Venice High School - Venetian Yearbook (Venice, IL)

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CAVNER DUNMInE's CONFECTIONARY GROCERIEs-MEATS-FRU1Ts-VEGETABLES 900 3rd street Venice, Illinois Venice, Illinois NEW GYMNASIUM JUNIOR AND SENIOR PROM D. DAVINROY M. KOWALSKI D. MCGEE W. OHLENDORF P. SHAMBRO J. YEARMAN E. WIESEHAN I F. COWLEY "' J. HACKNEY C. CALLENDER I G. KELLY M. HENDRICKS D. BEYER J. MANGI B. RODY J. BOUSHARD R. HAWKINS T. VOEGELE 'nv-., Hi 5,4 has ! DR. STEVE K. GEROFF B. J. MANGOFF Madison, Illinois Madison, Illinois f-,, K 7,7 ff. , N ff o,j2rM?'..,1 A ' MERCER BUTLER KEINER PIER PIER SALEM SALEM 15337 CRUMBLEY PARKS ASHFORD SADLER X .Be COOK RITZ FOLEY EDMISTON GRAY ROBERTSON ELGIN MITCHELL R A D. J . B. ia gf, J. 5:5524 ECK 8 BOB ROMANN RAI FORD AGENCY Service Station 1510 Niedrin Raggc' Granite City, Illinois Granite City, Iglinois ,,7.,,xs' MYRACLE CASE SAPER CHALFIN if . f, if, Y ,, haw? M, up ,ff 'ii .J . xxx. I ,Ei D. GIBBS B. GIBBS L. SABIN B. SMITH C. MERCER D. BUTLER B. KEINER J. PIER LEATHERMAN LEATHERMAN BLATTNER BLATTNER DURER DURER BOYD WELLS . 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A i f KAREN CRAWFORD F h GEORGE CREWS r m e n BARBARA DENNIS EDDIE FOX 155323 52323252-ERDY EDWARDS MARIE SHAMBRO WILLIAM SHAMBRO JANE SHELTON JACKIE SEIBERT I A? JO ANN FULLER LARRY GRAY HAROLD HACKVEY CHARLES SHERFY PHILLIP SMITH PHYLLIS SMITH LINDA STERN RRR- Qgf, AW AQ ,IIRA 7 fWf Zffff , 7 .ff Xff ZX! I , f f f W 0 Hn W' 1 I ff! mfw hs QWMEQR 4' A A4 f w if 'iff V 1 f A f, I f f A '2" Alf f , , Z, 4 W kwffkgw 4 a -2 ,A 2271 f ww JEAN HACKNEY RALPH HACKNRY CHARLES WEIDNER DORIS WILKINSON BETTY JO TURNER rw 'WW - J , Z??59 li L' Pictures missing I N"A BOB EBLING W A ROR MINKS WQRxgQg? SOLAR TV-RADIO SERVICE TRIANGLE TYPEWRITER AND SUPPLIES 1010 Madison Avenue TR 6-5202 TR 7-1912 TONY MANGI Madison, 1111no1s Venice, Illinois f Q g xg: 721 C QQ ff I q ,L ,Q , VENICE LIONS CLUB C. Cavner Wm. Ebersoldt President Secretary 8 fniurs FI JAN-MAEFAS AGENCY 1 nois HOW wg PAT WILKINSON GLENDA SADLER GLEN SADLER s.-V9 , ,'b,4u,,, ,W 4 v -. Q . fi , X NN A 2, f ,fs J 1 i iyff., K N J LAWRENCE HEAGY It JANET JENNE .,y I .',,:4 AAVP Lwya.. '17 ...A ,'l1N 'Af' M MARYELLA f A PRICE gh THOMAS A v VOEGELE L 1 JANE ANN GROSHONG CAROLYN MERCER JEss1E L0 MITCHELL ZQN4 2' CALLENDER Aiilia fiT,,1bAf -. A N A TERRY -f 1 DONALD BEYER GREENLEE TVA A A STERLING TV AND APPLIANCE co. N GL 2-8166 N ' igd?gggiO?lQYg3?g I L '2 LOOKED THEN fa if My 22, J D A D DAVINR CAROL MANGI ON L CY CAROL MARSHALL ! ! LI A GLENDA DONALD COOK FRANK COWLEY WARNHOFF DAVID PARKER V,,, , in A A Ill JOHN BOUSHARD MARGARET HENDRICKS MARY CATHERINE KOELKER WALTER WISQ VENICE GAS AND OIL WELCH MASTAG COMPANY TR 6-9976 181 State Venice, Illinois Granite City, Illinois SENIOR CLASS HISTORY In penning this record of our journey through high, Maryella Price and I, Janet Jenne, were stunned by the thought of GRADUATING this year! On the first day of September in l95H, we enrolled at Venice High School as Freshmen. The number in our class was forty-four In October Of that Same year we gave the Sophomores a Freshman-Sophomore Party in return for thefbpho- more-Freshman Party given us. Our officers were President Thomas Hormanng Vice-President, Lawrence Heagyg Secretary-Treasurer, Mary Catherine Kbelker, In September of 1955, it was back to school again, with the latest gossip and newest fads. Sadly enough, though, we found our number had decreased to thirty-five. we elected as our class officers: Jane Groshong as President, Tom Voegele as Vice-President, and Mary Catherine Koelker as Secretary-Treas- urer. During our second year in high school, the Student Council was first organized at our school. We chose two of our number to represent our class in the council. In addition the Venetian, our high school yearbook, was started. We chose as our class candidate for yearbook queen, Jessie Mitchell. Also, in October of 1955 we gave the Freshmen a Sophomore-Freshman Party. On August 31, l9565we returned to school as Juniors, now being considered as upper-classmen. Our number had slightly decreased to thirty-three. Our class officers for the year were President, Carolyn Mercer, Vice-President, Frank Cowley, Secretary Mary C. Kbelkerg Treasurer, Jane Groshongg Assistant- Treasurer, Carol Marshall. We elected Mary Catherine Kbdker and Carol ManmaD. as our Student Council representatives for our class. In October of that same year we presented a play entitled, UMeet Me At The Promu. Also in October, we chose Mary Catherine Koelker as our candidate for Miss Venetian. In May of 1957 we gave the Seniors a Prom held in the new gym of our high school. The theme for the prom was UMoonlight and Rosesn. In addition, Mary Catherine Koelker was elected by the students to be Student Council President in the school year of 1957-58. On August 30, 195Z'we arrived at Venice High as VMighty Seniorsn,who were all anxiously awaiting the day when we will march up the aide and receive our diplomas. Our number had sadly dissolved to twenty-seven. We chose as our class officers President Lawrence Heagyg Vice-President, Glenda warnhoff, and Secretary-Treasurer, Carol Marshall. We chose as our class representatives to the Student Council Jessie Mitchell and Donald Davinroy. Mary Catherine Koelker presided as Student Council President. In October we selected as our class candidate for Miss Venetian, Jane Ann Groshong. As a result of yearbook voting, Jane Ann was crowned Miss Venetian on December 5, 1957. In April we presented a Senior Class Play in order to raise funds for the Senior Trip. As all of these pleasant memories of our class come to our minds, we won- der what will happen to us in the future. We hope that luck, happiness and prosperity will come to us all. ' GOFF A DITTMAN FLORISTS TR 6-H320 GL 2-2197 Madison, Illinois VICE-PR SIDENT GLENDA WARNHOFF Band l,2 Prom committee 3 Junior Play 3 Transferred from Cuba, Missouri 3 S. C. REP. xnxx enior Class Officers PRESIDENT LAWRENCE HEAGY Chorus M Baseball l,2,3 Track 1,2 Boosters 3 Prom Committee 3 Junior Play 3 Vice President 1 President A DON DAVINROY Band l Student Council M Baseball 2 B k tb ll 1 2 Tiger? 2213 ' '3'L' Boosters 3 Prom Committee 3 Junior Play 3 JESSIE LOU MITCHELL Band l,2,3,b Chorus l,2,3 F. H. A. 1,2 Student Council 2,3,h Dance Band 2 Prom Com ittee 3 Junior Play 3 SECRETARY-TREASURER CAROL MARSHALL Chorus l,2,3 N Asst. Librarian M F. H. A. 2 Student Council 2,3 Dramatics 2,3 Latin Club 2 Boosters 2,3 Journalism 2 Yearbook 3,M Newspaper 2,k Prom Committee 3 Junior Play 3 Transferred from Madison 2 S. C. REP. m ,Q Secretary l THE BLOSSOM SHOPPE J. GUM CLEANERS 20th and Delmar 302 Madison Avenue Granite City, Illinois Madison, Illinois DON BEYER Baseball l Prom Com ittee 3 PICTURE H SSING CARL CALLENDER Track 1,2, Prom Committee DONALD COOK Baseball 1,2 Basketball 1,2 Track 1,2 iugwwn . I I ggs l QW, xt: afigggiflgi ,'g'2f Q:Q2ff??T?! 3 2 L g ff' - FRANK COWLEY Track 2 Prom Committee 3 Vice-President 3 FRIEQHAHAS 533933233 Ample Parking---Free Delivery Madison, Illinois - "" tif 'Cf"P .1 ,N I S 2' JOHN BOUSHARD Basketball 1, 2 TERRY GREENLEE Band 1 2,3 M Dramatfcs 2,3 Red Cross H Baseball l,2,3 Basketball 1 Track 1,2 Dance Band 3 Boosters 3 Junior Play 3 ?uartet N ournalism 1,2 Yearbook 3,M Prom Committee Newspaper l,2,U JANE ANN GROSHONG Band l,2,3,h Chorus l,2,3,M F. H. A. 2 Student Council 2,3,h German Band M Dramatics 2 Dance Band l,2,3 Latin Club 2 Boosters 2,3 Thespian 3 Yearbook M Newspaper M Prom Committee 3 Junior Play 3 President 2 Treasurer 3 Asst. Librarian A , at 9 Q51 LM THOMAS HORMANN Baseball l,h Basketball l,h Track 1,2 Prom Committee 3 Junior Play 3 JANET JENNE Band 3,h Chorus 3,h F. H. A. 1 Student Council 3 Dramatics 3 G. A. A. 1,2 Cheer Club 1,2 Latin Club 1,2 Booster 3 T. A. B. 1,2 Yearbook 3 Prom Committee 3 Junior Play 3 Transferred from Collinsville 3 MASSEY DAIRY INC. Home Deliveries TR 6-1880 Granite City, Illinois MARGARET H NDRICKS Latin Club 1,2 Booster l,2,3 yearbook h Newspaper M Prom Committee 3 Junior Play 3 MARY CATHERINE KOELKER Chorus l,2,3,h F. H. A. 1,2 Student Council 2,3,h Red Cross M Latin Club 3 Booster 2,3 Journalism 2 Prom Com ittee 3 Junior Play 3 Treasurer l Secretary-Treasurer 2 Secretary 3 . ff? , 1 1 , Q VKJJQ 5 be Q .ffzfg W7 X CAROL MANGI Chorus l,2,3 Student Council Dramatics 2,3 Latin 1,2 Booster 1,3 Yearbook Staff 3 Newspaper A Prom Committee 3 Junior Play 3 Attended Mount Providence 2. 3 ,h DAVID F. PARKER Track 2,3 TV, MARYELLA PRICE Chorus l,2,3,h F. H. A. 2,3 Boosters 1 Yearbook 2,3 Prom Committee 3 Junior Play 3 FIRST GRANITE CITY NATIONAL BANK Since 1902 Member of FDIC Stren th 8 Dependability Gran te City, Illinois r . CAROLYN MERCER Band l,2,3 Chorus 1 F. H. A. 1,2 Student Council 2 Dramatics 3 Boosters 2,3 Prom Committee 3 Junior Play 3 President 3 GLENDA SADLER Band l,2,3, Chorus 1 F. H. A. 2 Dramatics 2 Latin Club 1 Boosters 2,3, Prom Committee 3 Cheerleader A GLEN SADLER Track 1 THOMAS VOEGELE Basketball 1,2 Prom Committee 3 Junior Play 3 Vice President 2 LA VONNE STOVER Chorus 2,3,h F.H.A. 1,2 PATRICIA WILKINSON Chorus 1 F.H.A. l,2,3 Boosters 2,3 Journalism 2 Yearbook A Newspaper 2,h Prom Committee 3 Junior Play 3 GARY TROBAUGH WALTER WISE Boosters 3 Journalism 1,2 Junior Play 3 Yearbook 3,L Newspaper l,2,L MEYER HURWITZ JEWELRY CO. NTake her to Hurwitzu 1237 19th Street Granite City, Illinois CLASS WILL We, the class of 1958, Venice High School, Venice, Illinois, being of sound mind and memory, do hereby make, publish, and de- clare this to be our last will and testament, hereby revoking any will or wills heretofore made by us. I, Donald Beyer, will my ability to make successful hunting trips to anyone who wants them. I, John Boushard, will my ability to pass Civics to NButchH Hackney. I, Carl Callender will my successes and failures to the new freshmen of Venice High School. I, Donald Cook, will my ability to be a good student for four years to Donn Hornberger. I, Frank Cowley, will my locker, Cno, 205, to Ronald Wilkinson. I Donald Davinroy, will my ability to go through 3 l!2 years of high school without buying any paper or pencils to any needy person who can't afford it. I, Terry Greenlee, will my weight and scholastic ability to Denny Caruso. I Jane Groshong, will my ability to be a good sport about teasing to sandy cnimplesb onlendorf. I, Lawrence Heagy, will my nbrown toweln to Neil Ebersoldt in the hope that he will use it forever, as I did. I, Margaret Hendricks, will my good times in V. H. S. to the poor incoming freshmen. I, Thomas Hermann, will my long fingernails to Clarence Hand. I, Janet Jenne, will my ability to get hurt in gym to anyone who needs the insurance badly enough. I, Mary Catherine Kbelker, will my tennis shoes to Ina Mae Cockrill in hope that they will keep her nlittle feet warmn. I Carol Mangi, will my black hair and dark complexion to Ina Mae Cockrill in the event that she marries B. P. I, Carol Marshall, will my given grades in English to whoever the poor kid is. I, Carolyn Mercer, will my afternoon at the doctor's office to anyone who can't think of his own excuse. I, Jessie Lou Mitchell, 'will my driving ability to Doris Pickens in the hope that someday she will be able to drive. I, David Parker, will my height to anyone who needs it. I, Maryella Price, will my weight and height to Teresa Bauer. RANFT BGTTLING CO. 2118 Grand Granite City, Illinois I, Glen Sadler, will my cowboy boots to Mr. Sabin. I, Glenda Sadler, Cbeing a twin myselfb, will my ability to keep peace between twins to Phyllis and Phil Smith. I, La Vonne Stover, will Willis Stover the ability to be on the Student Council again next year. I Thomas Voegele, will my height and ability to type to Ervin Hawkins. I, Glenda Warnhoff, will my false teeth to Carol McKinney. I, Patricia Wilkinson, will my blond hair to Jackie Seibert. I, Walter Wise, will my ability to eat and not get fat to Neil Ebersoldt. In Witness whereof, We, the Senior Class of 1958, have set our hands and seal hereto this lst day of April in the year of our Lord one thousand nine hundred and fifty-eight. CMXEMQMW ww Hui ,W QW V if MJ .faf-W".' , 27' OHVQWMA ' by YV' Q? My N' J vc mf - My WM Mex ypjfff' MM! 4.,..,uc"o-Af 6 75 M, AQ JOHNSON'S ROLLER RINK A FgMILY RECREATION TR 6-O 29 Granite City SENIOR CLASS PROPH ECY It is August 23, 1965. Carol Marshall and I, Carol Mangi, are sitting in the lobby of the Hotel Chase waiting for our old classmates to arrive. The occasion is our first reunion since High School. The former Margaret Hendricks has just arrived in a Cadillac,and has been telling us that she is now married to Ed Wiesehan and is the mother of two darling girls. We have just received a telegram from Lawrence Heagy and Cathy Koelker, who are now in Reno opening up a new club, Cthe 6Oth,D and can't make this reunion. Terry Greenlee just walked in and is telling us that he has just signed a contract for five years at the Venice Social Club. Ile will be accompanied by Jane Groshong on trumpet, and also as his assistant Vocalist. Don Cook, a famous man about town, has just told us that he is the new principal of old Venice High School. He tells us thathehas things really rolling. After graduation Don Davinroy changed his ways and is now study- ing at the Frontinac Seminary in St. Louis to become a priest. His first mission will be in Africa. Janet Jenne and Jessie Lou Mitchell work together at Swift Pack- ing Companyg they are the chief sausage makers. They are also room- mates. Tonight each former classmate will receive one pound of SwifUs sausage. Well, here comes good old Frank Cowley. He has just told us Hum he is the chief cake decorator at a bakery shop in St. Louis. John Boushard is a traveling salesman for the Campbell Soup Com- pany. What a surprise this is!! Don Beyer is his partner in thegbb. They tell us that they are doing fine. Carolyn Mercer just came in and is telling us about the HBWIMWB- up on the market. She is now head make-up counselor at Stix,IBBr,amd Fuller. David Parker is now the president of the Parker Pen Company, due to the death of his uncle. He has just invented a new pen that achzd- ly writes without ink! Each of us will receive one tonight. Glen Sadler is a minister at the 2nd Baptist Church in Venice.He has eight sons, and hopes that at least one of them becomes a minismm of his church. A FRIEND A FRIEND Walter Wise has just told us that he is a fashion designer at Mak taldo's in St. Louis. He is one of the head designers of wom ez1's clothes. NThe women will be wearing very loud colors this year,H says Wally. Well, you never know. Maryella Price has opened her own Slenderella shop in Venice. It is the only one around here. She decided to try to do some good for the women of this town. Oh, and by the way, Maryella now weighs only llO pounds, and is looking fine. Glenda Warnhoff is a Patricia Stevens Model in St. Louis. She is modeling for a New York Company. She's really changed over tlie se years. It is amazing what seven years will do for a person. Pat Wilkinson is the head of a professional baby-sitter samnca She now has one hundred teenage girls working under her. She says the business is doing wonderfully. La Vonne Stover is an airline hostess, and works for P. A. A. She is now on a flight from Havana to New York and cannot be With.I1B to- After graduation, Gary Trobaugh took up dramatics. He is nownska ing his first movie in Hollywood. His specialty is western rnovies. His movie name is WGary Gunsn. Glenda Sadler is a pretty good auto-mechanic around GraniteCity these days. We hear that she is one of the best. LIFE magazine 11as chosen her as the nMechanic of the Yearn, for 1965. Dr. Tom Voegele is teaching Senior English at Venice High School. This is his first year. Our Senior English teacher has had several nervous breakdowns, Ccause unknownl, and Tom Voegele was offez'ed the j0-be Carl Callender won't be able to make this reunion because he is in Alaska where he has a small general store of his own. 'We ha ve heard that the Eskimos are his best customers. Well, Carol Marshall and I, Carol Mangi,are working togetller at the famous NPINK SPIDER CASINOU. We are the head bookkeepers, and we are very happy and wealthy!! Well, meeting our old classmates surely does bring back memo- ries of the good old days at Venice High School. NIEBUR'S sHoE s'roRE PERDUE FURNITURE C0- 1315 19th Street Furniture 8: Appliances Granite City, Illinois Madison, Illinois 'X X' N , rf ' -gi , Lf . vw . 'wxb-'rv' J ggi 1 . , . I Boy, wHAT HARD WORKING STTIDLNTS WE HAVE AF VENICE 5-5 HIGH THIS YEAR. sq 5.7 I Q , I MT L, 8' k g .X 'X I 1 GRANITE CITY TRUST dr SAVINGQ BANK Yozm FRIENDLY BANX 1909 Edison Granite City, Illinois 69' rfiui its f I' I' X, VENICE-MADISON AMERICAN LEGION Post 194307 f Miss Venetian Q f . .,.. . LQEQQMWWWNH s K , , f, j n- ' y af 3 4' , :su ,,,. ., M . it ,f lg 3 , 'If' 6' ' f A P Q, , , I jig 'ff 'gif s 7 5 A 'gjfn' wx 4 ,fix f , gf" 6 M , . fi f g .s ss ssssfi V , f, , s ff 1958 af .1 j 4 ,M ww, ,wa ' as sw' , fy. ,W sw iss Jane Groshong MILMOR MANUFACTURING CO. Venice, Illinois Betty Jo Turner Phillip Smith Fern Johnson Edvard Brown FRONT ROW: Jeanie Svezia, Rosemary Daniels SECOND ROW: Anita Svezia, Betty Jo Turner, Jane Groshong, Fern Johnson. , X '- f fx wxw, at ,n ,s li.. J Miss Pat Shambro-Retiring Queen Miss Jane Groshong-Reigning Queen TRI-CITY CLEANERS nFor Dgscriminating Peoplen TR 6-787 1221 Ma ison Avenue Madison, Illinois Pat Shambro James Edmiston Anita Svezia Woodrow Moad Donald Davinroy Jane Groshong ui,-W Publ icaii0flS Class FRONT ROW: T. Greenlee, J. Groshong, C. Marshall, C. Mangi. BACK ROW: W. Wise, P. Wilkinson, M. Hendricks. Ii NG' 5 501 W 95 sf 91f,5'5'ot sffxggggig. sfpgxx G? XNSYLGQ 5 nnrsmffoum Milk VENETIAN CAROL MANGI: Editor CAROL MARSHALL: Assistant Editor WALTER WISE: Business Manager First row: BOB MURRAY BMMMCMWU JANET ROBERTSON ROBERT SCATURRO Second row: JOYCE MANGI INA MAE COCKRILL RUTH HAWKINS Third row: EDWARD ROWN JIM GRAY JOHN CAMP ELL TERRY SALEM DAVID WEBER Fourth row: DAV ID PA INTER MR. SIMPSON NEIL EBERSOLDT JIM FULLER 0 Junior Class Play The lncomplefed Pass ,, A f GLIK'S DEPARTMENT STORES Madison and Bellemore Village , f I U-gikgfil EE !! fudent CouncH 6 2,03 G FRONT ROW: Davinroy, Groshong, Ebersoldt, Koelker, Stover. SECOND ROW: Cicio, Mitchell, Turner, Boyer. BACK ROW: Cockrill, Hogan, Painter, Ohlendorf, Miss Groshong. German Z, CHass .N ein, zwei, droi, vior, funf, sex, sieben, aclit FRONT ROW: B. Turner, L. Boyer, K. Crawford. SECOND ROW: Mrs,Krumsiek, B. Schaffner, T. Bauer, G. Ledbetter, D. Weber. BACK RO : F. Parker, R. Hackney. RICH'S S MMON CE TATION Ladies' Apparel I E0?EgXgadwSy Granite City, Illinois Venice, Illinois l Cheerleaders Qg i V l - A X FRONT ROW: G. Sadler, D. Pickens, J. Fuller. BACK ROW: S. Ohlendorf, J. Yearman. Baseball Team 'l FRONT ROW: Salem, J. Gray, Johnson-Manager Crews Le li s e Price, L. Gray. SECOND ROW: Corrie, Moad, Campbell, Wylde: BACK ROW: Koelker, Hogan, Hand, McClain, Ebersoldt, Painter, Minks, Mr. Dubinick. lf SELF-SERVICE STORE ALCO INSURANCE AGENCY MICE Hain Street GL 2-3363 308 Broadway Venice, Illinois Venice, Illinois Winn- It Q 5 X 2 A XJ ,W P", X . 1:5 ' E Ei.. ' ' 5 4 32 , , U x I X at Il N EU 44 STANDING: Stoverg Coach wellsg Salemg Fullerg Painterg Ebersoldtg Davinroyg Murray. SITTING: Handg Wyattg Moadg Browng Hormanng Campbell. Q F U 14 zum 3 STANDING: Dubinick' Hill' Corrie' McClain' Hand' Moad' W tt' W ld ' Stoverg Shambrog Koelker? Crewsg,Johnsong,Gray., , ya , Y 6, SITTING Basketball Team HARRY A. 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THIRD ROW: Turner, Leaton, Edwards, Shelton, Hogan, Marquis, Yearman, L. Boyer. BACK ROW: Koelker, Kelly, Schaffner, Stern, C. Boyer, Shambro, Britt, Johnisee, Cicio. MODERN EXTERMINATORS TR 6-7351 Serving the 1-Cities ,.-.-...A vit G61 c LU a FIRST ROW: Bauerg Gray- Boyer. SECOND Row: Smithg Hydeng Ke11yg THIRD Row: Mrs. Dakeg Leatong Minksg Edwardsg Crawfordg FOURTH ROW: Callenderg Cow- leyg Cookg Crewsg FIFTH ROW: Agersg Beyerg Hackneyg Boushard. "Don't tell me you are 1eaving'??" N 5 QQ H2 A ' My 1 ' f ev? ?9jr 6Atf? ' What s so unny. . oi 1 'ef 'WK 3 The Getaway" 5,1 KW,-,J 'The great student?'? " A llHi ll 1 TONY dr CAROLINA RACHEFF DUDLEY AUTO RADIATORS 1122 Madison Ave. 1509 Seventh Street Madison, Illinois Madison, Illinois ith 7 A ,,,,t:.E.-i.. 5 , iff , ,yxyl Q " f 1 I 4., V' fw- .fz f f S W LAHEY FUNERAL HOME Madison, Illinois Cnuif A devout heart, A joyous spirit, A sincere effort, A worthy ambition, A habit of success, Life is an unfolding Of pleasure forevermore. Principal DR. H. EPSTEIN OPTOMETRIST I+ dim GranlEe5Cgi3.rIliingiS TO THE SENIORS: You have now come to the end of what you will recall as one of the most important periods of your life. As you look back you will remember the joys, the worries,the responsibilities rendered youg and I feel sure you will thank each individual who helped you on your way. You will realize that you are on the threshold of a new life, that you are about to step out into a world suffering from the realities of war and insecurity, and, as you go your individual ways, you will strive to understand and to hold to the ideals of our liberty-loving fore-fathers. So to each of you I extend my heartiest HCongratulationsU with every hope for a successful and prosperous future. o.CBa Superintendent FEnD's Ftowras F f 11 o bgffgfie 335, Ilffifiigns 2, L.a..,,.-, W , so ' X . Pkfiii 'ii' 1 ,., ul. ' MB. K. DUANE RANKIN Industrial Arts Junior Advisor MRS. HELEN KRUMSIEK German Mathematics M Senior Advisor German Club Band German Band MR. WILLIAM CAVALLO MR. ROBERT DUBINICK Asst. Coach Boys' P. E. Freshman Advisor MRS. GWENDOLYN DAKE Junior English Freshman Advisor Art Club Librarian lrrxiw MISS ALI Cn PURDES Music ,I, , MADISON POLICE DEPARTMENT , d Madison, Illinois G"5' ,-fx 5 xlnea .gig Ni 'P Glee Club ia y G GAGA lm llll KQQG 3 M --.M PFI 41 2?-I L V -QNX ', .. 4 It .Y E M, 11 E '- , sb, I r K I -N , h AQ A ' so 1, vm 1 i' , SSX ., ,, A xxx X? IN M SS MORENE GROSHONG ' History Senior Advisor Student Council Advisor Jr. Red Cross Advisor K I M SS MARY EUBANKS Typing XR MISS MARIEANN WARGO Speech M . HENRY SIMPSON English Sophomore Advisor Play Director MRS BARBARA WILLIAMS an-:E Venice Sophomore Advisor Business Subjects VENETIAN Advisor Hi Times MH ZAHN WELLS Coach Boys' P. E. Health MISS SHIRLEY GOT T ,- ' Home Economics .ff 'V wi 4 an I Junior Advisor F.H.A. Advisor MRS . CLEO wELLs Girls' P. E. I Picture Missing? "WG M. MILLER IRON G METAL CO. 321 Broadway Venice, Illinois X-, V , ,Vi A 4 krv , , X V , V 0 ,,'V ,'fk , I ,, V 7 2 f-. L il f' A, ' f! 4 7 Z 7 Custodian VIC GONDOLFO Standing: SEIBERT, LEATHERMAN, FOLEY3 MUSICK Sitting: ELGIN, SALEM, PIER, DAVINROY Board of Education I Office Staff: MRS. FLORENCE DURER MISS LOIS WELLS rms. MARY suse Cooks, 1-ms. GEORGIA BURNS Mas. Amos SHAMBRO Custodian GUS REH US O CLEANERS OJAN SANDWICH SHOP fgHgAHth Street T309 Madison Avenue Madison, Illinois Madison, Illinois TEACHERS' FRONT: Wilkinson P. Price Johnisee SECOND: Foley Moreland Hendricks Mercer HFLPERS RACK: J. Crawford Bauer C. Marsrall C. Mangi Wise Cicio M. Price K. Crawford CAFETERIA WORKERS FRONT: BACK: Hawkins Boushard Martin Crews Beyer Brown Ochoa SECOND: J. Gray Cockrill M. Koelker L. Gray Hendricks J. Koelker OFFICR WORKERS FRONT: Stern D. Koelker Sadler SECOND: Mitchell M. Koelker Edwards BACK: Warnhoff Johnisee Price Mangi T LIBRARY HELPFRS FRONT: Moreland Marshall Minks SECOND: Crawford Foley Kelly Jenne BACK: Gray Mrs. Dake Mercer Groshong Black TH DOW CHEMICAL COMPANY Madison Division .,.,,, ,.,,.v.....- .-1 f -f- w-r-rl-1r-nrrv-- 1 ' 'ZF' ' " 4 ll A ' Q gifhw Gee, iii? Davielgkf 1 ' F4 f Fiiend ly advice? That look in his eyes I 4 W l Our poor senior class Miss Groshong, look at Santa Claus. The things we doinsdmm. Carol, I'm shocked CHEERLEADERS ? Buddies "Fat Black BUCKS" Aw, Mrs. Williams E Georgie Porgie LA RUE VARlETY STORE BUSY BEE BAKERY Venice, Illinois Madison, Illinois ,fi r is 1 Teens Against Polio February 21, 1953 I T. A. P. T. A. P. KING QUEEN Jim Baggette Rita Marshall Jessie Mitchell TSTGSS Baller Tommy Hormann Phillip Smith The TEENS AGAINST POLIO dance was given by the Publications Class. Mr. and Mrs. K. Rankin, Mr. and Mrs. H. Simpson, and Mr. and Mrs. W. Wil- liams were the advisors of the T. A. P. dance. 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