Mulberry Grove Senior High School - Mulberry Leaves Yearbook (Mulberry Grove, IL)

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o , [jiliw tf- ' ' f ALLEN CqUNTY PUBLIC LIBRARY 833 01858 3549 GC 971.Z02 AA89HS, 1964 11 6 vMm ia Imx) 1964 EDITED BY THE ANNUAL STAFF OF MULBERRY GROVE COMMUNITY HIGH SCHOOL MULBERRY GROVE, ILLINOIS AM i Wfifi i He. PeE 1 1 W{uAw iA; y W iflJb As W[ie i 0 Uvtcl j CfiioA ; St-ee ! uUtiu Boug{iS, Am Uajj 0 Lo ieso Mfi. PCo ce AgaX irf tU£fey. Associated Press Wirephoto Courtesy Globe -Democrat JoJmv fiij uM fC MnJ (1917-1962) Co ife ife Administi " ation 5 Faculty 9 Seniors 17 Juniors 29 Sophomores 33 Freshmen 37 Sports 41 Activities 47 Junior High 61 Advertising 65 9 ADMINISTRATION STANLEY JOHNSON SUPERINTENDENT AND PRINCIPAL This year Mr. Johnson has assumed the added responsibi- lity of principal. This and being superintendent of an entire school unit make him one of the busiest men in town. Of course, Mr. Johnson still finds time to counsel students, advise teachers, and keep a watchful eye on all school activities. Mr. Johnson ' s " right hand women " are Mrs. Evelyn Koertge, unit secretary, and Mrs. Brenda Tompkins, high school secretary. Together they solve almost every problem that a student may bring to them. r BRENDA TOMPKINS, SECRETARY EVELYN KOERTGE, SECRETARY Bo(uA 0 Eioc itio ! BACK ROW: L-R; Ted Yates- -President: Mr. Yates is serving his second year on the Board of Education. Popular florist in Mulberry Grove, Mr. Yates lives in Mulberry Grove and is the father of two children. Calvin Metzger--Mr. Metzger is serving his sixth year as a member of the Board. He operates a farm about ten miles south of Mulberry Grove. Mr. Metzger is the father of three children. Bill Thacker--Mr. Thacker is serving his first year on the Board. He, too, is a farmer and the father of two children. His farm is located about two miles northeast of Mulberry Grove. John Marcoot--Mr. Marcoot is another first year Board member. The father of two children, Mr. Marcoot lives on a farm about a mile south of Pleasant Mound. FRONT ROW: Eldon Roe--Mr. Roe has served for five years on the Board of Education. He is a farmer and the father of four children, all girls. The Roe home is ten miles north of Mulberry Grove. Mearl Lewis- -Mr. Lewis has served six years on the Board of Education. The father of seven children, he is a farmer and lives about two miles north of Smithboro. Hayden 01ive--Mr. Olive is starting his third year as a member of the Board. The owner and operator of Olive ' s Feed Store in Mulberry Grove, he is the father of one child and lives three miles northeast of Mulberry Grove. DOROTHY BONE AND RUBY LEWIS, COOKS. MARION ROACH AND FLOYD STEWART, JANITORS. a :% WWf KENNETH LANDERS MAINTENANCE MAN rth FACULTY 9 MISS VIOLA RAGLAND, B.A., McKendree College, is synonymous with mathematics at M.G.H.S. She teaches four different classes of mathematics--algebra I, plane geometry, algebra II, and advanced algebra--all with a special manner that only she has. Mathematics is an exact science and no one can stress that better to first year stu- dents than Miss Ragland. Always willing to explain and re-explain parts of math that puzzle her stu- dents. Miss Ragland hardly knows what it means to have a free period. Most generally one of her students will be at her desk wondering " How do you set this equation up " or Since she is a senior sponsor, she often has conferences with her senior class officers. The senior trip to the Gulf Coast took much planning on the part of the seniors and their sponsors and it required much time. It also took MONEY that was made from concession stands, bake sales, and car washes. The LEAVES Staff salutes Miss Ragland for the superb job she has done. " How do you prove this corollary. I just don ' t understand it. " When the student leaves, most generally his problem is solved and he understands it. It is no coincidence that math scores run very high on the standardized tests taken by M.G.H.S. students. 10 MR. GEORGE BROWN, M.S., Southern Illinois University, is our science department head. His classes include chemistry, biology, general science, and physics. Always cheerful and ready to match wits with any of his stu- dents, Mr. Brown is a real favorite with his students- -except at test time. Extra duties befell Mr. Brown this year as a junior class sponsor. Directing the Junior Play and co-ordinating the Junior-Senior Banquet kept him extra busy. He and his wife have four children, David, Paul, Doug, and Susan. In summers, between camping trips of which he is extremely fond, Mr. Brown, manages the A W Root Beer Stand in Greenville. MRS. FLORENCE NEATHAMMER, B.S., Bethel College, is our social science instructor. Her daily routine includes sociology, government, American and world history, and geography. A sophomore class sponsor, Mrs. Neathammer is always willing to give of her time for school activities. Her vast library of historical information has been a big help to many students. Mrs. Neathammer and her husband, " Jake, " have a four -year-old son, Johnny. Reading is Mrs. Neathammer ' s favorite pastime. 11 MRS. JUANITA DURR, B.A., Greenville College, is one of the more familiar faces at M.G.H.S. An English teacher here for 24 years, this year Mrs. Durr teaches two classes each of English I and 11. She is also our school librarian, a job that consumes much of her time. As a senior sponsor, she is constantly involved in projects and activities. The mother of twin daughters, Marilyn and Carolyn, Mrs. Durr has three grandchildren. She is choir director for the First Baptist Church in Mulberry Grove and extremely active in all phases of church work. MRS. FRANCES FANSLER, B.A., Eastern Illinois University, is teaching her first year of high school English at M.G.H.S. Long a favorite fact on the Junior High faculty, Mrs. Fansler has added English 111 and IV to her daily regimen. Mrs. Fansler is always willing to help her students in any way she can. Mrs. Fansler and her husband, Vic, have two children, Ronnie, and Beverly, a sophomore at Eastern University. In her spare time Mrs. Fansler likes to read and play the piano. 12 MRS. MARGARET STUDEBAKER, B.S., Greenville College, is instructor of the newest academic subject to be added to the high school curriculum --Spanish. Her duties include classes in Spanish I and II in the high school plus teaching English in the junior high. One can always tell the Spanish room by the colorful posters and dis- plays. This year her classes presented " Cinderella " and " Snow White " in Spanish during the Talent Show at tlie Fall Festival. Mrs. Studebaker and her husband, Bob are the parents of a thirteen month old baby boy, Matthew LeRoy. In her spare time Mrs. Studebaker likes to knit and read. MR. GEORGE H. BARTON, B.M., Vandercook School of Music, Chicago, is one of the busiest men around M.G.H.S. Presenting programs of music at Spring Concert, Baccalaureate, Commencement, various P.T.A. meetings and school assemblies plus planning and directing the Fall Festival provide a major share of his duties. In addition to instructing girls ' chorus, concert and marching band, Mr. Barton also gives instructions in instru- mental music to grade school students. Mr. Barton and his wife have two daughters who, like their father, teach music. Mrs. Barton is a frequent spectator at musical functions here and the music department ' s best fan. An important member of the Barton household is Sandy, a cocker spaniel dog and the apple of his master ' s eye. 13 MR. RUSSELL WEGER, B.S., University of Illinois, is in charge of vocational agriculture instruction. Agriculture 1, II, and IV provide his daily class schedule. Mr. Weger is also FFA advisor. Helping the boys with their various projects plus taking them on field trips, take up a large part of his time. Mr. Weger and his wife, Evelyn, have two daughters, Laura and Mary. Mr. Weger ' s pastimes are watching television and horseback riding. MRS. CARLA FOWLER, B.A., Southern Illinois University, is a first year teacher at M.G.H.S. and her subject is home-economics. Her classes include home -economics I, II and family living. Many new innovations have been added to the home-economics format this year and Mrs. Fowler is largely responsible for them. As F.H.A. advisor Mrs. Fowler spends much of her time counseling her F.H.A. ' ers and organizing the various activities in which they are involved. Mrs. Fowler ' s husband. Jack, is a guidance counselor at St. Elmo High School. Mrs. Fowler ' s favorite hobbies include traveling and reading. This summer the Fowler ' s intend to build a new home. 14 MR. BYRON McGILL, B.A., Southern Illinois University, heads the Industrial Art Department. His daily class schedule includes four classes of Industrial art and two classes in drivers ' education. Mr. McGill is also a frequent bus driver for many extra curricular school activities. Mr. McGill and his wife, Stephanie, have two children, Leesa 7 and Douglas 2. Mr. McGill ' s favorite pleasures include hunting, fishing, and tinkering. MRS. LORRAINE HAZLETT, B.A., Robert Weslyan College, is one of the new teachers on the faculty this year. Her field of commercial instruction provides classes in typing, advanced typing and office practice, and book- keeping. She is advisor to the yearbook and Messenger staffs and her afternoons are almost always taken up by their activities. She and her husband, Ray, are parents of two-year-old twins, Joyce and Keith. Spare time is something Mrs. Hazlett doesn ' t have, but if she did, reading and traveling would be at the top of her list. 15 MR. JACK FLETCHER, B.A., Southern Illinois University, teaches boys ' physical education and serves as coach of basketball and baseball. Like all men in his profession Coach Fletcher puts in many hours at the high school with his coaching duties. Mr. Fletcher is always available for faculty plays and other presentations. He and his wife, Pat have two young daughters, Andrea, 4, the real scene stealer when she ' s with her Daddy, and Susan Marie, 8 months. Like all coaches, he enjoys sports himself, but his favorite pastime revolves around his " three girls. " MRS. ELIZABETH CRAMMER teaches girls ' physical education in both the junior and senior high. Mrs. Crammer is the daughter of an African Missionary and she, herself, was born in Kenya, Africa. In the afternoon, she attends Greenville College, working toward her degree in education. In her spare time, she likes to read. 16 9 m SENIORS Being a class officer, especially a senior one, requires much work from the individual. This is especially true when the goal of the class is a senior trip as it was this year. Serving their class faithfully are L-R: Rita Grigg, secretary; Janie Johnson, reporter; Sandra Siebert, vice- president; Beverly Metzger, treasurer; and Gary Royer, president. 18 Q (Mj(yis " Always smiling . . . willing worker . . . forever friendly. " MARY ANDREWS Librarian 1,3,4; Messenger 3; Pep Club Member 1,2,3,4; F.H.A. Member 1,2, 3,4; Vice President of Degrees 3,4; Girls ' Chorus 1,2. " Fun loving fellow . . . laughing . . . and loafing . . . happy-go-lucky. " JAMES EARTH F.F.A. Member 1,2,3,4; Treasurer 3; Secretary 4; Pep Club Member 3. " Wit and wisecracks . . . peelin ' Pontiac . . . destined to succeed. " DAVID BLANKENSHIP Student Council 1,2; officer 2; F.F.A. Member 1,2,3,4; Band 1,2; Basketball 2; M.C. Fall Festival 3,4; M.C. Spring Concert 3. " Always agreeable . . . wastes no words . . . quiet ways. " MARY JEAN BLANKENSHIP Pep Club 3,4; F.H.A. Member 2,3,4; Girls ' Chorus 1,2,3. " Oldsmobile . . . friendly fellow . . . crewcut and cracks. " ROY BOHLE Pep Club Member 3; F.F.A. Member 1,2,3,4; Vice President 4. " Locquacious " . . . " Well, uh . . . you know what 1 mean. " GERALD BORROR Pep Club Member 3; Industrial Arts Club 2,3,4. 19 Q idOnS " Wise guy . . . lazy and lanky . . . friendly tease. " ROBERT BRYANT Pep Club 3; Intermural Basketball and Baseball 2,3. " Friendly . . . brightened Chevy . fun-loving favorite. " CHARLES CLINE Class Play 3; Pep Club 3. " Always amicable . . . sheepish grin . . . helping hand. " JERRY CRINER Pep Club 3. " Ford forever ... a whiz in math . . . fun-loving and fancy-free. " DON DEY Class Play 3,4; Pep Club 3; F.F.A. 1,2, 3,4; F.F.A. Chaplain 3,4; Basketball 1,2; Track 1. " Soft-spoken ... nice to know . . . raven locks. " CAROL DICKSON F.H.A. 1,2,3,4, Second Vice Pres. 2, Sec. 3, Vice Pres. of Projects 4; F.T.A. 2; Class Play 3,4; Chorus 1,2,3,4; Pep Club 1,2,3,4. " DOE " . . . " cut up . . . basketball bouncer. " LARRY DOTHAGER Class Play 3; Messenger 4; Pep Club 2,3,4; Basketball 1,2,3,4; Baseball 1,2, 3,4; Industrial Arts Club 1,2,3,4; Track 1. 20 Q mIM " Mope " . . . " our favorite lawyer . . . persistent prankst er. " JOHN EDWARDS Class Play 3,4; Pep Club 3; Basketball Manager 1,2,3,4; Industrial Arts Club 2,3. " Crop-top Blonde . . . forever friendly . . . quietness and quality. " GARY ELLSWORTH Pep Club 3; Basketball 1; Baseball 2; Industrial Arts Club 2,3,4. " Tiny and tacit ... a smile for all hand me the newspaper, Rex. " REX ELLSWORTH Pep Club 3. " Joking and jolly . . . daredevil . . hard to forget. " JAMES ENNEN Pep Club 3; F.F.A. 1,2,3,4; P.P. A. Treasurer 3,4. " Mischievous . . . jokester and jester . . . care-free. " LLOYD ENNEN Pep Club 3; F.F.A. 1,2,3,4. " Prolific brain . . . giggles and gab- sessions . . . golden locks. " KAREN EYMAN Pep Club 1,3; Girls ' Chorus 2. : 21 Q JtdM " Likable and laughing . . . our favorite actor . . . light-hearted lad. " TERRY FAIRES Class Play 3,4; Pep Club 3. " Always Smiling . . . English Ford . . . winsome. " DORIS GOODIN Class Play 3; Pep Club 1,2,3,4; F.H.A. 3,4; F.H.A. Class Representative 4. " An able F.F.A. President . . . tall, dark, and handsome . . . big brown eyes. " LARRY GREENWOOD Student Council 1; F.F.A. 1,2,3,4; Secretary 3, President 4, and F.H.A. Sweetheart 3. " Natural tease . . . nice to know . . . winning ways. " RITA GRIGG Class Secretary 3,4; Class Play; Girls ' Chorus 1,2,3,4; Accompanist 2,3,4, Vive President 4; F.H.A. 1,2,3,4; Recreation Ch. 2, Treasurer 3, Secre- tary 4; F.T.A. 2; Historian 2; Yearbook Staff 1; Pep Club 1,2,3. " Short, sweet . . . mighty hard to beat . . . blithe. " MARY JO HARMON Librarian 4; Messenger 4; Pep Club 2,3; F.H.A. 2,3,4; Public Relations 4; Girls ' Chorus 2,3. " Pert, pretty, and peppy ... a package of fun . . . cheerleader par excellence. " SUSAN HOPKINS Class Pres. 1; Vice Pres. 2; Class Play 3,4; Cheerleader 1,2,3,4; Messenger 3,4; Messenger Editor 4; Pep Club 1,2, 3,4; Sec.-Treas. 1; F.H.A. 1; Girls ' Chorus 1,2,3,4; Officer 2,3,4; Band 3,4; Reporter 3, Vice Pres. 4; F.T.A. 2; G.A.A. 2; Pres. 2. 22 £e u(vis " Friendly . . . always there . . . wavy hair. " BILL HUBBARD F.F.A. Member 1,2. " Sweet . . . pretty . . . mellow. " KAREN HUDSON Class Play 3,4; Pep Club 1,2,3,4; Librarian 2. " Tom Terrific . . . sportsman deluxe . . . record breaker. " " Natural Mimic . . . nonstop nonsense . . . sports enthusiast. " DALE VICTOR KNOWLES II Class Play 3,4; Messenger 4; Pep Member 3; Basketball 3; Baseball 3,4; Teen Tab 4. " Winning and wonderful . . . natural born leader . . . personality plus. " CONNIE MANSHOLT Class Reporter 2; Student Council 1,3,4, Vice Pres. 3; Yearbook 1,2,3,4, Editor 3,4; Messenger 1,2,3; Pep Member 1,2,3,4; F.H.A. 1,2,3,4, Song Leader 2, Pres. 3, Vice Pres. 4; Girls ' Chorus 1,2,3; Class Points Chairman 3,4. TOMMY JACKSON Student Council Member 4; Pres. 4; Yearbook Staff 4; Band 1,2,3,4; Basket- ball 1,2,3,4; Baseball 1,2,3,4. " Pretty smile favorite. " a joy to know JANIE BEA JOHNSON Class Reporter 3,4; Cheerleader 3; Yearbook 1,3,4; Messenger 1,3,4; Queen Candidate 4; Pep Club 1,2,3,4; Pep Club Reporter 1; F.H.A. 2,3,4; Council Member 2, Pres. 4; Girls ' Chorus 1,2, 3,4; Reporter 3; Band 1,2,3,4; Librarian of Band 1; Band Sec.-Treas. 2, Pres. 3, and reporter 4; G.A.A. 2; Assistant Band Director 4; F.T.A. 2; Teen Tab Staff 1,2,3. 23 C JiulM " Pretty face . . . sparkle in her eye . an unforgetful queen. " SANDRA SIEBERT Class Sec. 1,2, Vice Pres. 3,4; Cheer- leader 1,2,3,4; Yearbook 4; Queen Candidate 1,2,3, Queen 3; Pep Club 1,2,3,4; Girls ' Chorus 1,2,3,4, Pres. 3,4; Band 1,2,3,4, Librarian 1,2,3,4; G.A.A. 2, treas. 2; Assistant Chorus Director 4. " Quite quiet does it. " . soft spoken . . . easy LARRY SKINNER Pep Club 3; F.F.A. 1,2; Basketball 2. " Sugar and spice--all that ' s nice . . . modest . , . lovely queen. " BEVERLY METZGER Class Reporter 1, Treas. 3,4; Student Council 2, Sec. 2; Yearbook Staff 1,2, 3,4, Editor 3,4; Messenger 1,2,3; Queen Candidate 3,4; Queen 4; Pep Club 1,2, 3,4; Pep Club Vice Pres. 2; F.H.A. 1,2,3,4, Vice Pres. of Projects 2, Second Vice Pres. 3, Treas. 4, Section 4-A Vice Pres. 2; Girls ' Chorus 1,2; Girls ' Chorus Sec. 2; G.A.A. 2; F.T.A. 2; Class Play 3,4. " Class President . . . Missionary in the making . . . able intelligence. " GARY ROYER Class Pres. 3,4; Class Play 3,4; Librarian 1; Yearbook 1,4; Messenger 2,3,4; Pep Club 2,3,4; Teen Tab Editor 4. " 35 or 90 " for two. " natural comic . . . tea EARL STEWART Student Council Member 3. " Wild over horses . . . choice chit-chat . . . fim-loving. " MARY CANDIS STUDEBAKER Class Play 4; Pep Member 1,2,3; F.H.A. 2,3; Girls ' Chorus 1,2,3. 24 CeidonS " Good looking . . . dashing and debonaire . . . fond of fun. " JERRY TEDRICK " Friendly tease . . . happy-go-lucky . . . fun times. " FRANKIE TOMPKINS Messenger 3; Pep Member 3; F.F.A. 1,2,3,4, Sentinel 3, Reporter 4; Band 1,2,3,4. " A good artist . . . creative . . . lik- able loyalty. " DONNA WILLIS " Quiet and considerate . . . diamond on her finger . . . free and friendly. " LINDA WILSON Class Play 3; Head Librarian 4; Librarian 1,2,3,4; Pep Club 2,3,4; Girls ' Chorus 2. " Motorcycle madness . . . lighthearted . . . fun about living. " LONNIE YAEGER F.F.A. Member 1,2,3. " Businessman ' s mind . . . tiger in the Tempest . . . kooky cut-up. " PETER RUST (not pictured) Class Pres. 2, Vice Pres. 1; Pep Club 3; Band 1,2; Basketball 1; Baseball 1. 25 " W.OuwfaX i Marie Lindsay . . Janie Johnson Patokah Lindsay . John Edwards Catalpa Lindsay . Rita Grigg Peggy Susan Hopkins Oby Don Dey Sophronia .... Sandra Siebert Henry McKay . . Victor Knowles Arthur Perrin . . Gary Royer John Gordon . . . Terry Faires Mrs. Gordon. . . Beverly Metzger Deedee Susan Hopkins 8 « p JOHN EDWARDS MAJOR DRAMATICS TOM JACKSON SPORTSMANSHIP JANIE JOHNSON HOME ECONOMICS MAJOR DRAMATICS ACTIVITIES Se u(w AwW6 LARRY GREENWOOD AGRICULTURE BEVERLY METZGER JOURNALISM, YEARBOOK SUSAN HOPKINS JOURNALISM, NEWSPAPER MINOR DRAMATICS 27 CUms 0 ' 64 FRONT ROW, L-R: Willis, L. Ennen, Royer, Studebaker, Dickson, Dey, Edwards, Yaeger, Borror, Siebert, Wil- son, Harmon . SECOND ROW: Goodin, Hopkins, Dothager, Metzger, J. Ennen, Grigg, Rust, Johnson, Jackson, Stewart, Criner, Knowles, Eyman, R. Ellsowrth, Hudson. THIRD ROW: Faires, Barth, Mansholt, G. Ellsworth, Cline, Skinner, D. Blankenship, Greenwood, Tedrick, Bryant, Bohle, Tompkins, Hubbard, M. Blankenship, Andrews. Co4uiueM ceutea6 Climaxing the graduation ceremony was the presentation of salutatorian and vale- dictorian awards . Also cited for their outstanding academic achievement were Bev- erly Metzger, Larry Greenwood, Susan Hopkins, Karen Eyman, and Mary Andrews, CONNIE MANSHOLT CO-SALUTATORIAN JOURNALISM, YEARBOOK DAR CITIZENSHIP AWARD DON DEY CO-SALUTATORIAN MINOR DRAMATICS GARY ROYER VALEDICTORIAN SAR CITIZENSHIP AWARD 28 A Cq " rxi 9 w JUNIORS The Junior Class has many activities, among them, the Junior Play, bake sales, concession stands, and, of course, the Junior -Senior Banquet. These activities call for good organization and sound leadership. There- in lies the importance of class officers. From L-R they are: Ruth Devore, reporter; Shirley Spradling, sec- retary; Judy Ennen, v.-pres.; Sharon Hill, treas.; Don Koertge, president. JowXfWS Janis Andrews Gloria Atchison Max Bauer Martha Beckert Jim Blankenship Donna Bohle Carol Brashear Sandra Cripe Ruth Devore Nancy Duckworth Janis Ennen Judy Ennen 30 CfoiS$4 ' 65 Roger Myers Terry Oldham Mary Margaret Roberts Jane Ruppe Jim Scroggins Shirley Spradling Rex Volkmar Pat Ward Brenda Waters Karen Wernle Loren Widger Dale Evans Bruce Grigg Linda Harnetiaux Sharon Hill Ruth Jenner Kathy Jolinson Donnie Koertge Harvey LeBegue Sandra Lynch Darrell McCormick John Merritt Sharon Moore 31 JuMlO PHouij " Fi ufc« Caj m " Frankie Nelson Janice Ennen Hercules Nelson Bruce Grigg Wilbur Maxwell Roger Myers Granny Sandra Gripe Mr. Quigly Rex Volkmar Dr. Baxter Janis Andrews Claude Max Bauer Daphne Garol Brashear Mary Nelson Patricia Ward Bob Nelson Donald Koertge Harry Schuster James Scroggins Madeline Jane Ruppe Nina Quigley Gloria Atchison Nina Quigley Sandra Lynch Geleste Nelson Judy Ennen dC 9 i« SOPHOMORES Although the boys have assumed the leadership in the class, they rely upon the help of the girls in making the decisions. From left to right, the officers are: Jim Bockstruck, Treas.; Sam Studebaker, Vice-Pres.; Roger Ellsworth, Pres.; Bob Baits, Rep. QopkcmiOnj CktJS Don Albert Bob Baits David Bandy Carol Beckert Frances Blankenship Dennis Blunt Jim Bockstruck Bill Britt Jeanine Criner Deanna Dugan Fred Durr Roger Ellsworth 34 SojjJioiMMes Maxine Ennen Larry Evans Dean Eyman Jim Fausz Betty Finley Jackie Gentry Charles Goodman Sharon Harnetiaux Janet Hemminghaus Muriel Knowles Mary Each Roger LeBegue Donald Pryor Linda Rench Merlin Roach Linda Roberts Mike Scott Sally Siebert Robert Shultz Janet Snow 35 Cojpkcm(m Sharon Snow Johnny Steiner Sam Studebaker Judy Tedrick Gerald Thacker Linda Thacker Mike Trainer Kathy Weber Larry Wehrle Gary Whicker Rusty Wilfong Larry Willis Louise Yaeger 36 FRESHMEN 9 The freshman year is one of great adjustment . There are new teachers, new subjects, new friends --a whole new way of life. Being a class officer is a new experience, too . From L-R they are: Dennis Wid- ger, Vice-Pres. ; Jerry Short, Pres. ; Jim Snow, Sec. ; Debbie Jackson, Treas. Piesliiwfiw Darlene Albert Betty Ambuehl Kathy Baits Margie Blankenship Vernon Blankenship Charles Bella Betty Britt Nick Devall Dean Deverick Nancy Dickson Linda Duckworth Renee Dugan 38 Piesfwae ! Steve Lach Connie Lewis Linda Mayfield Earl McCormick Harold Durr Linda Ennen Doug Gentry Bruce Goodin Sheila Gregory Pat Hill Debbie Jackson Dennis Jahnssen Lonnie McCormick Judy Miller Julia Miller Gilbert Olive Mark Paine Mary Poehling Eddie Prater Vicki Redenbo 39 PiGslu ie i Billy Reeves Barbara Roe Larry Scoles Jerry Scroggins Ronald Shipley Jerry Short Mary Smith Jim Snow Danny Steiner Betty Sugg Jerry Taylor Arnold Volkmar Elvin Whitford Joe Wilson Donald Wright Dennis Widger II 40 I » (X) I ATHLETICS BosMboM VERNON BLANKENSHIP COACH FLETCHER LARRY DOTHAGER 42 Juiuo V(usifaj BoMIdM FRONT ROW, L-R: Manager Edwards. Jett, Bolla, Bandy, Grigg, Gentry. BACK ROW: Manager Studebaker, Deverick, Short, Wilfong, REGULAR SCHEDULE ST. ELMO TOURNEY OPPONENT WE THEY OPPONENT WE THEY Cowden 54 73 Brownstown 70 86 Cailyle 70 99 Ramsey 69 68 Breese 65 68 St. Elmo 58 68 Ramsey 68 76 Okawville 50 86 CONFERENCE Odin 79 99 TOURNAMENT Patoka 69 85 Patoka 65 80 Sandoval 61 90 Okawville 44 89 Okawville 68 95 Carlyle 77 87 DISTRICT TOURNAMENT Witt 75 49 St. Paul 67 116 Brownstown 66 67 Ramsey 61 87 Odin 93 85 St. Paul 78 93 Witt 63 51 Sandoval 84 85 Patoka 65 98 Conference Games Tom Jackson, going up for his deadly shot, below, seemed to make a practice of getting new rec- ords. He established a conference mark of 742 points and M.G.H.S. single record of 49 points. 43 The importance of cheerleaders is something that cannot be defined in words . The zip and excitement that they give to any basketball game is an intangible thing. Many times, tlie impression that a team of cheer- leaders make will be remembered longer, when it comes to represent- ing a school and the students in it, than the team itself. This year M.G.H.S. could be proud of their cheerleaders. The support of the team never faltered, no matter what the score, and the sportsmanship was always superb. The cheering squad was divided into the Junior Varsity, made up only of freshmen and sophomores, and the Varsity. ' KATHY ' On this page are the JV cheerleaders: Kathy Baits, Deanna Dug an, and Pat Hill. On the right hand page are : Debbie Jackson, Shirley Spradling, Sandra Siebert, and Susan Hopkins- -the Varsity cheerleaders. 44 45 BosdoM Above L-R: 1964 Aces. KNEELING: Knowles, Jack- son, Widger, Jett, Shipley, Grigg. BACK: Willis, Dothager, Goodman, Coach Fletcher, Goodin, Dev- erick, Wilfong. At left: Vic Knowles provided most of the fire power from the mound for the Aces. Knowles not only was a frequent starter, but pro- vided bullpen help in critical situations. Below, left: Tom Jackson and Vic Knowles, the Aces ' answer to Maury Wills and Willie Davis, led the team in runs scored with ten apiece. In stolen bases, Knowles racked up six, two more than Jack- son with four. Below, right: The ACES were not with- out their hitters. Leading the club in averages were Knowles--. 379, Widger--. 418, Goodman--. 416, and Jackson--. 376. 46 9 ACTIVITIES FW FRA FIRST ROW, L-R: Siebert, Roberts, M. Andrews, Weber, Grigg, Mansholt, Johnson, Gripe, Metzger, Harmon, Janice Ennen, Dickson, Goodin, Jackson, Spradling. SECOND ROW; Wernle, Judy Ennen, J. Andrews, Hemminghaus, M. Enneni Studebaker, Brasliear, S. Hill, L. Harnetiaux, R. Dugan, Britt, Mrs. Fowler. THIRD ROW: Waters, Lynch, Johnson, Jenner, Bohle, M. Beckert, Ruppe, Redenbo, C. Beckert, S. Harnetiaux, Tedrick, Roe, Margie Blanken- ship. FOURTH ROW: Mary Blankenship, Merritt, Finley, Gregory, Sugg, Lewis, N. Dickson, Ambuehl, L. Ennen, P. Hill, Ward, Devore. FIRST ROW, L-R: Mr. Weger, Dey, Bauer, Bohle, Greenwood, J. Ennen, Tompkins, Barth, L. Ennen. SECOND ROW: Prater, L. Evans, M. Scott, Eyman, Goodman, D. Evans, Wehrle, Thacker, Blunt, Britt. THIRD ROW: Trainer, Whicker, Bockstruck, Whitford, Devall, Blankenship, Pryor, J. Steiner, Schultz. FOURTH ROW: Kimbro, D. Steiner, Durr, McCormick, Snow, Willis, Wright, Albert. 4S F .H.A. and F .F .A. are two of the most active organizations in school . Under the leadership of Mrs. Carla Fowler and Mr. Russell Weger, these organizations give learning and enjoyment to over eighty boys and girls . The F.H.A. has many projects and the one pictured above was one of the most successful. At formal installation of 1964 officers, the members did " Tea Room " modeling for their friends and neighbors . A wide variety of outfits, including both hand-made and store-bought garments, were shown to the large audience. Dainty refreshments made the evening a complete success . The F .F .A. boys make many field trips to different places for land judging and cattle judging contests. Public speaking and Parliamentary Procedure Contests are also participated in by the M.G.H.S. club. Below, is one of the many activities sponsored jointly by the two organizations -- The Cherry Pie Festival . A take-off on the old " box social, " the Cherry Pie Festival substitutes pies for boxes, but the result is still the same- -a boy has to put out the money to eat with his best girl . 49 SWeitt Cou tCti STANDING, L-R: Ruth Jenner, Linda Mayfield, Sharon Snow, Connie Mansholt, Mark Paine, Bill Britt, Loren Widger. SEATED: Tom Jackson, President and Mr. Johnson, Advisor. TmvTch Sfcft UinotAiotM FRONT ROW, L-R: D. Bohle, V. Redenbo, P. Ward, B. Roe. BACK ROW: T. Jackson, F. Blankenship, V. Knowles, L. G. Royer, editor. FRONT ROW, L-R: S. Cripe, P. Ward, L. Rench, D. Dugan, M. Andrews, G. Royer, M. Harmon (not shown, L. Wilson, head librarian). 50 U oom Sfa SEATED, L-R: Beverly Metzger, Connie Mansholt. STANDING: Sandra Siebert, Shirley Spradling, Janice Ennen, Janie Johnson, Don Koertge, Gary Royer, Tom Jackson, Mrs. Hazlett. The two main publications of Mulberry Grove High School are the LEAVES and MESSENGER. Each requires much time and patience by the respective staffs to produce a good product. Mrs. Lorraine Hazlett has the task of guid- ing both publications . Wesseage £(o SEATED, L-R: Mrs. Hazlett, Jane Ruppe, Shirley Spradling, Susan Hopkins, Pat Ward, Gary Royer. STANDING: Frank Tompkins, Ruth Devote, Vic Knowles, Sandra Siebert, Larry Dothager, Janie Johnson, Bob Baits, Mary Jo Harmon, Jim Bockstruck. 51 FIRST ROW, L-R: Drum Majorette--D. Jackson, S. Gripe, M. Lach, L. Weger, D. Albert, C. Lewis, G. Ruppe, G. Backert, J. Ruppe, L. Harnetiaux, K. Redenbo--Twirler. SEGOND ROW: L. Dothager-- Twirler, R. Devore, M. Beckert, S. Snow, S. Harnetiaux, C. Brashear, L. Rench, J. Snow, P. Bandalow, F. Tompkins, L. Yaeger, Y. Edwards, J. Hametiaux, T. Jackson, F. Durr, M. Paine, J. Ennen, F. Blan- kenship, M. Blankenship, V. Dothager--Twirler. THIRD ROW: A. Wehrle--Twirler, K. Baits, B. Britt, 52 I K. Weber, V. Redenbo, G. Whicker, M. Taylor, D. Bandy, R. Devore, C. Mayfield, R. McKean, B. Dickson, M. Blunt, M. Dothager, L. Mayfield, R. Wilfong, J. Short, B. Baits, M. Knowles, D Koertge, R. Koertge, D. Evans, L. Wehrle, W. Bandy, C. Bolla, J. Scroggins, B. Knowles, L. Widger, P. Thacker --Twirler. FOURTH ROW: P. Ward, Mr. Barton--Director, B. Grigg, C. Goodman, B. Roe, G. Sohn, J. Scroggins, D. Dugan, J. Tedrick, S. Hopkins, S. Siebert, J. Johnson. Mulberry Grove High School can boast of one of the finest bands to be found in this area. Rightfully proud of their organization, Band members display spirit and loyalty worthy of imitating. The officers that guide Band are: President- -Tommy Jackson Vice-President- -Susan Hopkins Sec .-Treas .--Muriel Knowles Librarians --Sandra Siebert and Loren Widger Reporter- -Janie Johnson Mr. Barton, who deserves much credit for the music department ' s ac- complishments, is especially proud of the individual men-±)er ' s fine show- ing in solo contests. The total points for 1st, 2nd, and 3rd division ratings obtained in solo contests ranked M.G.H.S. Band second in our division. In the State Band Contest held this spring, the Band received an " Excel- lent " rating. Popular entertainers, The Band received many chances to display their talents in P.T.A. programs and school assemblies. In addition to concert band, Mr. Barton also instructs the band in marching drills in the spring. 53 He i Uajesty -Beim j Awii fMt v 54 Above: At left, Retiring queen, Sandra Siebert and her escort, Tommy Jackson. Center: Her Majesty, Beverly Ann Metzger, 1963-64 Fall Festival queen, Her Royal guard, Charles Goodman, Queen ' s escort, Larry Greenwood, Royal guard, Nick Devall. At left: Maid of honor, Debra Jackson and her escort, Jerry Short. FRONT ROW: Marsha Matthews, Vicky Wallace, Jill Whited, Linda Lynch, Jeri Crane. SECOND ROW: Barbara Dothager, Brenda Dothager, Cathy Combes, Brent Elam, Ricky Wallace, John Bockstruck, Joni Wehrle, Edith Bartley, Doris Neatherly. Above, at the extreme left are M. Dothager, C Mayfield, and R. Devote, the Herald Trio, and L. Mayfield, the Royal Page. At the extreme right is D. Blankenship, the Royal Herald. 56 The breathtakingly beautiful setting of " Babes in Toyland " provided the backdrop for this year ' s Fall Festival. Always the high- spot of the year ' s social activities, this year ' s Coronation was no exception. From the Herald Trio ' s first notes that announced the entrance of the retiring queen, Miss Sandra Louise Siebert, to the culmina- tion of the evening ' s events, the crowning of Miss Beverly Ann Metzger as Fall Festival Queen of 1963-64, the evening was unforget- table . Setting the mood for the entire evening ' s events was the performance of the band and chorus as they interpreted in music the theme " Babes in Toyland. " At left, L-R: Miss Deanna Lynn Dugan, a sophomore, and Jerry Tedrick, Miss Janie Bea Johnson, a senior, and Larry Dothager, and Miss Martha Mae Beckett, a junior, and Roy Bohle. Above, L-R: Miss Sharon Kay Hill, a junior, and Donald Koertge, Miss Linda Ann Roberts, a sophomore, and Robert Baits, and Miss Barbara Ann Roe, a freshman, and Bruce Grigg. 57 JuiuO l -S6 uO t BCtMqu Jb QotJLjp (jom ' This year ' s Junior-Senior Banquet provided a fitting climax to the year ' s social calendar. The gymnasium was transformed into an exquisite garden with a pastel pagoda and sparkling fountain pro- viding the scenery. After the delicious meal, a short program of enter- tainment followed. Conficius, better known as Bruce Grigg, gave the seniors an insight into who their futures held in store. Frances Blankenship brought tears to people ' s eyes with her rendition of - " Sayonara. " The prom that followed was a high spot, with Moe ' s Combo providing dance music for all the guests. © fl (3 A FRONT ROW, L-R: Spradling, Siebert, M. Blankenship, Hopkins, Rench, Grigg, F. Blankenship, Gripe, Ward, Weber, S. Snow, Pm. Hill, Andrews, Poehling, Neathery, J. Snow, L. Ennen. SEGOND ROW: K. Johnson, Lynch, M. Beckert, Lach, Sugg, Atchison, Lewis, Albert, Miller, J. Ennen, D. Dugan, L. Harnetiaux, Mayfield, Mr. Barton. THIRD ROW: Redenbo, Judy Ennen, Jackson, N. Dickson, Jenner, Sally Siebert, C. Dickson, Brashear, Ambuehl, S. Hill, Bohle, Smith, Waters, Wernle. FOURTH ROW: S. Harnetiaux, G. Beckert, Roberts, Hem- minghaus, R. Dugan, Tedrick, Knowles, Roe, Ruppe, Baits, Britt, Johnson. Girls ' Chorus contributes much to the music department of M.G.H.S. Under the direction of Mr. Barton, the Chorus gives performances at many times and in many places. The Fall Festival ' s musical theme is always carried out by the Chorus in song. Also on their list of performances are Spring Concert, Commencement, Bac- calaureate, assemblies, and P. T. A. programs. In addition, many individual groups, sextets or octets, from chorus perform at the various school programs. 59 60 JUNIOR HIGH 9 Ju u(vi Higfc Foctitey ojiui Qbuukiflt CouwM STANDING, L-R: Mi. Leidner, Science; Mr. Barton, Music; Mi. Fletcher, Phys. Ed.; Mr. Hinman, Math. SITTING: Mrs. Sugg, Social Studies, Mrs. Fansler, English; Mrs. Studebaker, English; Mrs. Grammar, Phys. Ed. STANDING, L-R: Mr. Hinman, Advisoi; K. Ward, C. Mayfield, K. Case. SITTING: G. Sohn, D. Tevis, R. Mc- Kean, W. Bandy, M. Roe. 62 C AmJdv Qfuiuk FIRST ROW; L-R: Waddelow, Goodin, P. Blankenship, Sugg, Dana Willis, B. Moore, Ward, Booror, Edwards, S. Roe, Ruppe, A. Boyer, Delia Willis, S. Huxst, Lach. SECOND ROW: Mrs. Sugg, Weger, P. Johnson, M. Dothager, Deverick, Rebenbo, V. Bogart, Leidner, Mayfield, 1. Jahn, Devore, Campbell, Whited, Mr. Leidner. THIRD ROW: Duckworth, Hudson, Sohn, Obermark, Collier, Koertge, L. Boyer, Jones, Devall, S. Dothager, Reeves, Trainer, Whalen, Sussen. FOURTH ROW: Hamerick, Scoles, B. Johnson, Ennen, Brown, Rasler, E. Smith, Fletcher, Gaffner, G. Kissar, L. Kissar, Royer, Dickson. FIFTH ROW: McKean, Elam, Marohl, Thacker, Steiner, Paine, Roach. {i£t SWfi FIRST ROW, L-R: Tevis, V. Connor, C. Willis, Harnetiaux, L. Connor, M. Roe, Bandelow, Knowles, Wilson, C. Wehrle, Grigg. SECOND ROW: Mrs. Fansler, S. Thacker, Warren, Stone, J. Boyer, McCormick, S. Smith, M. Hurst, Gregory, K. Moore, B. Thacker, N. Moore, Mr. Henman. THIRD ROW: Neathery, Eyman, Bryant, Scott, D. Wehrle, Danne Evans, Yates, Y. Jahn, Spradling, Bandy, S. Dothager, Walton, FOURTH ROW: Case, M. Willis, Blacet, Woods, Gentry, Denne Evans, Blunt, Schneider, R. Blankenship, Snow, D. Bogart, Criner. 63 CJ omlmijm KNEELING, L-R: Joan Deverick, Kathy Redenbo. STANDING: Mary Roe, Deb- bie Tevis. BojMoM FIRST ROW. kneeling: Gentry, Spradling, Yates, Bandy, Dothager. SECOND ROW, standing: Mr. Leidner, Coach; Thacker, Marohl, Schneider, Neathery, Jahn, Evans, Bogart, Elam, Walton, McKean, Hamerick. 64 CD 9 ADVERTISING i ' i»;?; ' !rm¥i BOB THOMAN PHOTOGRAPHY Portrall-s Candid Weddings and All Types of Photography Phone 283-1464 Vcndalia, Illinois THE BRADFORD NATIONAL BANK Greenville, Illinois ( i RURAL ELECTRIFICATION . . . GOOD FOR ALL AMERICANS " Business is better today — pay-checks fatter, jobs more secure in every American city; and there is a good reason why. This year 16 million Americans now served by non-profit electric systems, will buy over a billion dollars worth of electrical ap- pliances. These will be made, sold, and serviced in the cities. That was impossible 26 years ago, when only 1 of 10 families outside the city limits had electric power. That ' s when rural Americans, by working together, began to serve themselves with this necessity of modern living . The Southwestern Electric Cooperative, Inc. is proud to have helped bring this miracle about . WEHRLE GRAIN COMPANY Custom Grinding, Mixing and Shelling Purina Chows Complete Line of Hog Poultry Equipment High Grade Seeds and Fertilizer " We Buy and Sell All Kinds of Grain " Phone 326-2221 Mulberry Grove, Illinois Try Our Broasted Chicken BEL AIR RESTAURANT us 40 III. 127 Greenville, III kjt 3 jai£ ' . BALDWIN FORD 520 S. Third Greenville, III Phone 664-0775 Ray Baldwin, Owner Fair Dealing — Friendly Service ? ' , 111 , 1. t. 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