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Not all can be said in words; 
Not all can be written down; 
Most important is sensing feelings, 
Creating a common mind, 
An aura of deep understanding. 
This — this alone can transcend / 
all that is daily, / 

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all that is uncaring. / 



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Introduction 



Seniors and 



Who's Who 



Underclassmen 



Administration 



eks and Organizations 




McKendree College 
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A finding of the self in Nature . . . 

An involvement in every day from the first 

whisper of light til the all-inclusive blackness, 
A following of days into weeks and weeks into years. 
The self merges into an ever-existing cycle of time 
Nature is immortal; not I. 


















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Mmmm — the outdoors . . . 
Doesn't the grass feel warm? . . . Look 
at him run! . . . Seems like everybody's 
outside today ... Is he really studying? . . . 
You should have-been out at the park, 
you wouldn't believe what happened! . . . 
Hey — come on, you missed ANOTHER one! 
It's great to be outside! 









The two of us. Creating Love, contentment, 

joy, excitement — the thrill of loving 

deeply. 

Everything takes on a glow and the time 

to love seems so endless. 

My whole body is singing and everything 

inside me is swelling to fill my entire 

being. 

Your face is smiling and your cheeks 

are flushed. And your eyes — so warm. 

The two of us — 

suspended in a shell of love. 





I feel lost, confused, 

dejected, hurt, lonely. 
Confusion, hopelessness, disillusion. 
Why me? I haven't asked to be hurt, 

haven't deserved to be lonely. 
What am I to do? Where do I turn now? 
Looking — looking for answers . . . 







Oooh! Is he tough! And he likes me . . . 
I got an A on that paper . . . You're 
engaged! . . . You mean you really thought 
my speech was good? ... I did it! I lost 
another pound! . . . Let's go eat someplace 
special . . . Wow! A sixer at Horney! . . . 
Life — you're beautiful! 





Hush — There's a hint of serenity. 

A glimpse of knowing the unknowable; 

A touch of attaining the unattainable, 

Hush — There's a stirring in the soul. 

A revelation of truth found in immortal words; 

A vision of order discovered in realms of nature. 

Hush — peace, tranquility, solitude. 





Crowds. Communion. 

I am not just me — but a part of all I meet, 

of all I see. 
Interaction. Belonging. 
A place in the world to co-exist, to bask 

in the warmth of friends. 
Working together, however slowly, we are 
Moving — moving to a greater humanity. 




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THE CONFORMISTS- 
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THE NEW 





The new collegians looking for results; not excuses or re- 
strictions. Tired of the old cliches; "Love It or Leave It," 
and "Make Love Not War." 

If changes are needed let us not delay, but rather act to 
achieve them. We are no longer children; we are now 
eighteen-year-old voters with ten-thirty hours. 




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The homecoming candidates: (TOP to BOTTOM) Kathy Bryant, freshman maid; 
Margo Rutledge, senior candidate; Linda Keene, junior maid; Marna Rutledge, 
sophomore maid; Queen Linda Goeta; Vara Best, senior candidate; Vicki 
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Homecoming was underway once again. 
Cafe nite, the big parade, the game, and 
of course, the crowning of the queen. The 
suspense of waiting to learn the identity 
of our new queen was overwhelming. The 
suspense came to an end, however, when 
Miss Linda Goetz was named as Home- 
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CAST 

Melody Lane 

Sarah Wolfe 
Lucius Goodenough 

D. Krause 
W. Hightower 

T. Beaird 
Hiram Abernathy 

Mel Roberts 
Sarah Abernathy 

C. Kerens 
Aurelia Abernathy 

Terry Minard 
Red Wing 

Janet Simmons 
Battle Axe Annie 

Connie King 
Nellie Blythe 

Darlene Gross 
Muriel Atkins 

Cathy Porter 
Unexpected male arrival 

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What Is Life? 

What is life? I say. 

An endless maze of night and day? 

Or is it love, happiness and sorrow, 

And constant hoping for a better tomorrow? 

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The Cast 






Tony Kirby 


Penny Vanderhoff 






John Barrymore Koste 


Claudia Kerens 






Mr. Kirby 


Martin Vanderhoff 






Don Clinard 


John Radcliff 






Mrs. Kirby 


Alice Vanderhoff 






Connie King 


Janet Simmons 






Reba 


Essie Carmichael 






Cynthia Steele 


Lyn White 






Donald 


Ed Carmichael 






Maurice Kane 


David Krause 






Mr. Henderson 


Paul Vanderhoff 






Dave McKenzie 


Ron Copeland 






Olga Katrina 


Mr. DePinna 






Cathi Porter 


John Wayne Anderson 






Gay Wellington 


Mr. Kolenkov 






Tommy Thomilson 


Mel Roberts 


G-Men 








Chuck Sedgely 






Jerry 


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SPEA KERS . . . 



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Franz Hohn - 9:30 A 
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Topic: Relations betwet 
Mathematics and Scienc 




The Gleanlings 

"Earthy folk images give way to classics leading to the 
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Marion Williams 
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Dr. Franz Hohn 

"Relation Between Science 

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David Schoenbrun 

"World Renowned TV and Radio Correspondent' 



FOmnKIElEfflffi ' MI C©30W©CATn©BI 
10:00 A.M. 

PRESIDENT ERIC N. RACKHAM PRESIDING 



(On February 20, 1828, six men (three clergymen and three 
laymen), Methodists, met in the house of Nathan Horner and 
founded the "Lebanon Seminary. " In 1833, with the approval 
of Bishop William McKendree, its name was changed to 
"McKendree College, " and the Reverend Peter Akers was its 
first president. It was one of the four colleges chartered by 
the Illinois State Legislature in 1835 and still operates under 
authority of the revised charter of 1839. ) 



PRELUDE "Te Deum Laudamus" Aloys Claui 

Professor Glenn H. Freiner, Organist- Director 



THE HYMN "Praise to the Living God" No. 30 

Meyer Lyon 



INVOCATION (standing) 



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After a relatively snowless winter, Spring struck Muck. 
Less than a month of Spring had passed when it ended; 
April 6, 1971. A foot of snow fell in Lebanon on that day. 
Unfortunately, most of the McKendree students had 
gone home for their Easter break. The snow is preserved 
for those who missed it on these pages. 





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Some faces we'll remember 

Others won't remain 
Some we'll love forever 

Others not again 
Faces of our friends 

Faces of our enemies 
Friendship never ends 

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Mary C. Allen 
Edwardsville, 111. 
Major: English 




Richard Bank 
Perth Amboy, N.J. 
Major: History 




Barbara Bailey 
Highland, 111. 
Major: Elementary Ed. 
English 





Mark Baldwin 
Pana, 111. 

Major: Elementary Ed. 
Minor: Psychology 




Thomas Beaird 
Belleville, 111. 
Major: Art 



George Baver 
Pennsburg, Pa. 
Major: Elementary Ed. 



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Michael Bender 
Towerhill, 111. 
Major: Physical Ed. 



Marc Beenders 
Roanoke, 111. 
Major: Physical Ed. 






Bern ice Berry 
OTallon, 111. 
Major: Elementary Ed. 
Minor: English 



Vara L. Best 
Livingston, 111. 
Major: Physical Ed. 
Minor: Sociology 




Robert D. Berry 
OTallon, 111. 
Major: Psychology 



David Bossier 
Belleville, 111. 
Major: Business 




Mary Burk 
Lebanon, 111. 
Major: Physical Ed. 
Minor: Business 




Don Clinard 
Butler, 111. 
Major: History 
English 




Stephen Carlson 
Galesburg, 111. 
Major: Business-Econ 
Minor: History 





Larry Carter 
Palmyra, 111. 
Major: Business 




Robert Crawford 
Streator, 111. 
Major: Business 



Ronald Copeland 
St. Louis, Mo. 
Major: History 
Minor: Sociology 





Cynthia De Hart 
Taylorville, 111. 
Major: Elementary Ed. 
Minor: Sociology 
Psychology 



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Brian De Wolff 
Wheaton, 111. 
Major: Psychology 
Minor: Biology 



Charles Dollar 
Collinsville, 111. 
Major: Business 
Minor: Religion 




Bradley Dirks 
Lincoln, 111. 
Major: Music 
Minor: Voice 



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Robert Drews 
New Castle, Del. 
Major: Physical Ed. 




Joy Etherton 
Belleville, 111. 
Major: Music 
Minor: Music 






Sally Gillespey 
Collinsville. 111. 
Major: Elementary Ed. 



Kathy Farrall 
Lebanon, III. 
Major: Psychology 
Minor: English 



Linda Goetz 
Fairview Park, Ohio 
Major: Sociology 
Minor: English 





Douglas Grimm 
Collinsville, 111. 
Major: History 
Minor: Psychology 



William Goshen 
Dupo, III. 
Major: Sociology 
Minor: Art 





LeRoy Haynes 
Bronx, NY. 
Major: Sociology 















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Bruce Hogan 
Pleasant Plains, 111. 
Major: Business 
Minor: Physical Ed. 



Bradley Hoyt 
Mt. Prospect, III. 
Major: Business-Econ 
Minor: Sociology 




Michael Howie 
Chester, 111. 
Major: Psychology 
Minor: Sociology 



Stephen Keene 
Lewistown, 111. 
Major: Physical Ed. 




Michael Kinney 
Godfrey, 111. 
Major: History 
Minor: Sociology 






Kenneth Koste 
Arnold, Mo. 
Major: Psychology 



Carol Klopmeyer 
Mascoutah, 111. 
Major: History 
Minor: English 



Peggy Kuttin 
New Douglas, 111. 
Major: Soc. Studies Div 
Minor: Business Core 





Janey Lingafelter 
Hutsonville, 111. 
Major: English 
Minor: Sociology 



Blanche Laff 
Yonkers, NY. 
Major: History 
Minor: Pol. Science 





Melissa Loy 
Kinmundy, III. 
Major: Physical Ed. 
Minor: Sociology 



Margaret Lorentzen 
Red Bud, 111. 
Major: English 
Minor: Music 






Amy Malott 
Tilden, 111. 

Major: Elementary Ed. 
Minor: English 



Ellen Marcell 
Lebanon, 111. 
Major: Physical Ed. 
Minor: Sociology 




Gloria Mannz 
Troy, 111. 

Major: Elementary Ed. 
Minor: Sociology 



Scott McKenzie 
Decatur, 111. 
Major: Business 







Betty McKinzie 
Venedy, 111. 
Major: Business 






Thomas Montgomery 
Rosemont, Pa. 
Major: Art 
Minor: English 



Jane Misegades 

Elsah, 111. 

Major: Elementary Ed. 



George Myers 
Wolf Lake, III. 
Major: Elementary Ed. 
Minor: Art 





Deborah Nevois 
Collinsville, 111. 
Major: Elementary Ed. 
Minor: Sociology 



Lester Nalevac 
Bellwood. Ill 
Major: Business Adm. 
Minor: Philosophy 





Jeffrey O'Neil 
Belleville, III. 
Major: Soc. Studies Div. 
Minor: Sociology 

Philosophy Core 



Sandra Newbury 
Worden, 111. 
Major: Elementary Ed. 
Minor: English 






Mary Rann 
Lebanon, 111. 
Major: Psychology 




Charlene Raitt 
Carondelet, 111. 
Major: Sociology 



Geraldine Robbins 

Lebanon, 111. 

Major: Elementary Ed. 




Mel Roberts 
Alhambra, 111. 
Major: Speech 
Minor: Sociology 






Mary Ellen Rutledge 
Trenton, III. 
Major: History 



Margo Rutledge 
Arthur, 111. 

Major: Elementary Ed. 
Physical Ed. 






Ann Ruyle 
Granite City, 111. 
Major: Psychology 





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Walter Schewe 
Mascoutah, 111. 
Major: Business 



Peter Saineghi 
Christopher, III. 
Major: Business Adm. 
Minor: Sociology 





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Martha Skinner 
Bellerive, 111. 
Major: Psychology 
History 



Ava Seth 
Mascoutah, 111. 
Major: Business Ed. 
Minor: English 






Samuel Smith 
St. Louis, Mo. 
Major: Biology 
Minor: Chemistry 



Dan Stewart 
Robinson, 111. 
Major: Business 
Minor: Sociology 




Suzanne Sobol 
Lebanon, 111. 
Major: Physical Ed. 
Minor: Biology 



Sheila Swyear 

Benton, 111. 

Major: Elementary Ed. 




Sally Verton 
Gillespie, 111. 
Major: Physical Ed. 
Minor: Psychology 




Don Williams 
Decatur, 111. 
Major: Psychology 
Minor: Physical Ed. 




Daniel W. Vest 
Fairfield, III. 
Major: History 
Minor: Political Science 









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Clifton Wells 
Elgin, 111. 
Major: Sociology 
Minor: Psychology 




Miles Wright 

Decatur, III. 

Major: Business Adm. 



Lee Wright 
Girard, 111. 
Major: Business 



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WHO'S WHO 





Stephen Carlson 



Cynthia DeHart 





Roger Deterding 



Michael Howie 





Margo Rutledge 



Martha Skinner 













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Roy Allen 



Cathi Boyer 





Richard Eichkorn 



Micky Brownfield 





David Hassenflug 



Dorthy L. Dodson 








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Jerry Bauer 





Thomas Fischer 



Valeria Burton 




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Terry Henry 



Rosemary Evans 





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Darlene Gross 



Richard Keene 



Ginger Herman 



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Milinda Hicks 



Steven W. Laur 



Connie King 




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Brian Linehan 





Wayne Loehring 



Anna McNeely 



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Perry R. Martz 



Diane Payne 



G. David McKenzie 



Elmer McPherson 




Michael Schleyer 



James Thompson 




Gary Novich 





Charles Sedgley 





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Gary Reed 





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James S. Sanders 




Wayne Sumner 




Mike Vargo 




Dave Visintine 



Gary Weintz 





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Debbie Berg 






Debbie Anderson 





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Bill Biggerstaff 



Margaret Branson 




Douglas K. Book 



Aaileen Carmell 





Bryan Carson 




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Steve Clendenny 











Robert Castellani 



Robert DeBoer 





Iris Jahn 





Carol Koglin 



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James Ferrall 



Mary A. Moeller 




Thomas Gaddy 




Hal Gray 




Dave Markwell 





Cheryl Nail 




Marna Rutledge 



Cherie Skaggs 



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George Galeener 




Paul Kettwich 




Jerry Mueller 




Carol O'Guinn 



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Deborah Schwartz 




Cynthia Steele 




John Nipper 



Rebecca Upchurch 




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Gail Vogeler 



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Glenn Sanders 



Pamela Zutter 






Tony Taggert 



James D. Trogolo 




Robert Weakly 



Joe Whinnery 







Anteneh Ambellu 



Carol Bopp 







John W. Anderson 



Kathleen Bryant 



Dennis Barker 



Marguerite Comissiong 







Frederick Brauer 



Beverly Gehling 



Kian Chua 



Paula Gillespey 




Michael Collins 



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William Ficker 



Claudia Kerens 



Kathryn Knickerbocker 






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Brion Gallagher 



Ran die LaRussa 



James Haefner 



Linda Lawrence 










Michael Hiltbold 



Janet Lewey 



Harold Howie 



Martha Loyd 






Greg Hunt 



Terry Minard 



Theresa Mitchell 




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Sharon Pepper 



Cindy Phillips 




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Dennis McDonald 




Landon Moore 



Cathy Porter 



Sherry Ratz 




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Janet Simmons 



Danny Miller 



Peggy Spencer 





Barb Steidley 



Buddy Morris 



Lynn Strieker 










Emmerson Munro 



Candace Switzer 



Gregory Price 



Marsha Terry 




Willis Rezba 




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Eugene Soper 



Nancy VonBokel 




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Michael Terry 




Linda Thompson 




Michael Wright 




Kenny Zeisset 



CLASS OF 1972 



Roy Allen 

East St. Louis, 111. 
Jerry Bauer 

Chester, 111. 
Cathi:Boyef 
-'.' BeitiaHq; 111, 
Janet Brand . 
; Piscataway, NJ. 
Micky Brdwnfield 

Lebanon, 111. 
Valeria Burton 

Alton, 111. 
Dorthy L. Dodson 

Centralia, 111. 
Riehard Eichkorn 

Kirkwood, Mo. 
Rosemary Evans 

Galatia, 111. 
Thomas Fischer 

Collinsville, 111. 
Darlene Gross 

Olney, 111. 
David Hassenflug 

Hamilton, Bermuda 
Terry Henry 

Mt. Vernon, 111. 
Ginger Herman 

Lebanon, 111. 
Milinda Hicks 

Pinckneyville, 111. 



JeffJahn 

Lebanon, 111. 
Richard Keerie 

Lewistown, Hi,. . 
Connie King 

Lebanon, 111. 
Richard Kirkpatrick 

Pekin, 111. 
Steven W. Laur 

Lawrenceville, 111. 
Brian Linehan 

Lebanon, 111. 
Wayne Loehring 

Summerfield, 111. 
Perry R. Martz 

Shelbyville, 111. 
Laverne McCoy 

St. Louis, Mo. 
G. David McKenzie 

Vienna, 111. 
Anna McNeely 

Tower Hill, 111. 
Elmer McPherson 

Cairo, 111. 
David Musso 

Belleville, III. 
Gary Novich 

Madison, 111. 
Diane Payne 

Collinsville, 111. 



Gary Reed 

McLeansboro, 111. 
James S. Sanders 

Toledo, 111. 
Michael Schleyer 

Chicago, 111. 
Charles Sedgley 

Mayfield Village, Ohio 
Todd Subers 

Newtown, Penn. 
Wayne Sumner 

Metropolis, 111. 
James Thompson 

Cahokia, 111. 
Gary Tydus 

Buffalo, N.Y. 
David VanGiesen 

Roodhouse, 111. 
Mike Vargo 

Harrisburg, 111. 
Dave Visintine 

East St. Louis, 111. 
John Weber 

Lebanon, 111. 
Gary Weintz 

Christopher, 111. 



CLASS OF 1973 



Rosemarie Alton 

St. Louis, Mo. 
Debbie Anderson 

Herrin, 111. 
John Anthony 

Roodhouse, 111. 
Charles Back 

O' Fallon, 111. 
Bob Baer 

Lebanon, 111. •>. 
Debbie Berg 

Fairfield, 111. 
.Bill Biggerstaff 
y. Mounds, 111. 
Steve Boh ner 

Decatur, 111. 
Douglas K. Book 

Mt. Verhon^ill. 
Margaret Branson 

Mattoon, HI. 
Vicki Buchanan ..': 
i Fairfield, 111. 
HaileenCarmeU 

Lebanon, Hi 
Bryan Carson :. 
: Lombard, HI. 
Robert Castellan i 

Pa.ramus, N J. 
'.Steve Cleftderiny 

P'Fallpn, HI.; 
Robert DeBoer 
: .Belleville, 111. ' 



James Ferrall 

Lebanon, 111. 
Tom Fohne 

Lebanon, 111. 
Thomas Gaddy 

Lebanon, 111. 
George Galeener 

Vienna, 111. 
Hal Gray 

Lebanon, 111. 
Lauanne Holper 

Lebanon, 111. 
Carol Hulick 

Shelbyville, 111. 
Iris Jahn 

Lebanon, 111. 
Paul Kettwich 

Minonk, 111. 
Diane Killion 

Carlyle, III. , 
Carol Koglin 

Granite City, 111, 
Dave Mark well 

Greenup, 111. 
Mary A. Moeller , 

Nashville; 111. 
Jerry Mueller 

Freeburg, 111. 
Cheryl Nail . 

Lebanon, 111. 
John Nipper. 
1 McLeansboro, 111. 



Carol O'Guinn 

Cahokia, 111. 
Dennis Price 

Rockbridge, 111. 
Alan Rhein 

Carmi, 111. 
Marna Rutledge 

Arthur, 111. 
Glenn Sanders 

Woodlawn, 111. 
Deborah Schwartz 

Bethany, 111. 
Cherie Skaggs 

Salem, 111. 
Tony Taggart 

Toledo, 111. 
James D. Trogolo 

Christopher, 111. 
Rebecca Upchurch 

Dupo, 111. 
Danett Utz 

Tonawanda, N.Y. 
Gail Vogeler 

Granite City, 111. 
Robert Weakly 

Minonk, 111. 
Joe Whinnery 

Lebanon, III. 
Pamela Zutter 

Lima, Peru South Am. 



Daniel Aboussie 
St. Louis, Mo. 
Anteneh Ambellu 

Addis Ababa, Ethiopia 
John W. Anderson 

Millstadt, 111. 
Dennis Barker 

Fair Lawn, N.J. 
Sarah Benton 

Belleville, 111. 
Carol Bopp 

Belleville, 111. 
Frederick Brauer 

University City, Mo. 
Kathleen Bryant 

Berkeley, Mo. 
Kian Chua 

Medan Sumatra, Indonesia 
Michael Collins 

St. Louis, Mo. 
Marguerite Comissiong 

Lebanon, 111. 
David Cooper 

Granite City, 111. 
Edward Davidson 

O'Fallon, 111. 
Patrick Doyle 

Petersburg, 111. 
William Ficker 

Benald, 111. 
Thomas Ford 

New Athens, 111. 
Brion Gallagher 

Syracuse, N.Y. 
Beverly Gehling 

Granite City, 111. 
Paula Gillespey 

Collinsville, 111. 
Tina Marie Gitchoff 

Granite City, 111. 
James Haefner 

Lebanon, 111. 
Katherine Hill 

Alton, 111. 
Michael Hiltbold 

Peoria, 111. 



CLASS OF 1974 

Harold Howie 

Chester, 111. 
Greg Hunt 

Brighton, 111. 
Lydia James 

East Alton, 111. 
John Jamison 

Beardstown, 111. 
Daniel Johnson 

Galesburg, 111. 
Linda Jones 

Swanwick, 111. 
Claudia Kerens 

Columbia, 111. 
Darrel Kiefer 

Carmi, 111. 
Kathryn Knickerbocker 

Amsterdam, N.Y. 
Michael Koch 

Petersburg, 111. 
David Krause 

Fairfield, 111. 
Randie LaRussa 

Hillsboro, 111. 
Linda Lawrence 

Mattoon, 111. 
Janet Lewey 

Tower Hill, 111. 
Martha Loyd 

Decatur, 111. 
Dennis McDonald 

Chester, 111. 
Danny Miller 

Chester, 111. 
Terry Minard 

Gary, Ind. 
Theresa Mitchell 

West Frankfort, 111. 
Landon Moore 

Saratoga Springs, N.Y. 
Buddy Morris 

Glen Dale Heights, 111. 
Emmerson Munro 

Chicago, 111. 
Sharon Pepper 

Lebanon, 111. 



Cindy Phillips 

Collinsville, 111. 
Cathy Porter 

Vandalia, 111. 
Gregory Price' 

Rockbridge, 111. 
Sherry Ratz 

Red Bud, 111. . ; 
Willis Rezba 

Sparta, 111. 
Janet Simmons 

Lebanon, 111: 
Chondus Smoot 

St. Louis, Mb. 
Eugene Soper 

St. Jacob, 111. 
Peggy Spencer 

Norris City, 111. 
Barb Steidley 

Hettick, 111. 
Lynn Strieker 

Okawville, 111. 
Candace Switzer 

Karnak, 111. 
Marsha Terry 

Tower Hill, 111. 
Michael Terry 

Tower Hill, 111. 
Judy Thompson 

East Alton, 111. 
Linda Thompson 

Colfax, 111. 
Greg Totten 

Nashville, 111. 
Nancy VanBokel 

New Baden, 111. 
William Wesselman 

Tallula,Ill. 
Michael Wright 

Elwood, Ind. 
Kenny Zeisset 

Edwardsville,lll. 
Jan Zumwalt 

Tower Hill, 111. 
Sharon Zurliene 

Albers, I1L ;; . 




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ADMINISTRATION 




Vernon Snead 
Business Manager 
B.S. SIU 
M.S. Indiana U 



Duane Amburn 
Director of Dev. 
B.S. Indiana U 
B.D. Southern 
Baptist Seminary 



Larry Schmalenberger 
Dean of Students 
B.S. Ohio State 
M.S. SIU 



Emerial Owen Jr. 
Dean of the College 
B.A. McKendree 
Ph.D. St. Louis U. 




Dr. Eric N. Rackham 
President of the College 
B.A. Mt. Allison University 
Ph.D. University of Michigan 






Lynn Grove 

Head Librarian 

B.A. McKendree 

M.A. University of Denver 



James E. Maneke 

Registrar 

A.B. McKendree 




Rev. Louis Youngs 

Chaplain 

A.B. Asbury College 

B.D. Christian Seminary 




Walter Smith 
Director of Admissions 
B.A. SIU 
B.D. Garrett Seminary 



Doris Weber 
Financial Aids 





Yvon Baber 
Spanish 



FACULTY 




Ronald Benson 
Philosophy of Religion 





Robert Brown 
Sociology 





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Otha Clark 
History 



Lowell Burger 
Business and Economics 





France Dixon 
French and Spanish 



Dwayne Cole 
History 




James Drake 
Art 




David Dutler 
Physical Education 




Fred Fleming 
Biology 




Glenn Freiner 
Music 



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Mathematics 



Judge Gray 

Business and Economics 






William Hodge 
Art 



Edward Hock 
Business and Economics 




Elizabeth Hopkins 
English 




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Physical Education 




John Kovac 
Political Science 





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Frederich Minnigerode 
Psychology 



Ralph Marty 
Education 





Howard Porter 
Physics 



Stephanie Owen 
Music and Piano 





Orville Schanz 
Music and Art 




Dale Schwerdtfeger 
Sociology 




Harry Statham 
Physical Education 





Roy Sturm 

Director of Special Students 



Edward Streif 
Economics and Business 





Blanche Tibbetts 
Education 



Terry Thomlison 
Speech 




Curtis Trainer 
Education 




Robert Van Dan Elzen 
Mathematics 




Grace Welch 
English 




Ernest Willoughby 
Biology 





Fred Robinson 

Assistant Business Manager 



Norbert Rapp 

Supt. of Buildings and 

Grounds 










Patricia Troy 
Assistant Librarian 




Marge Dillender 




Nancy Snead 




Doris Wolfslau 




Left to right Kathy Thompson, Evelyn Cummins, Doris Jefferson, Barbara 
Stanton 




Lorraine Browntield 




Virginia Pepper 




Erma Murphy 






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Betty White 



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Wayne Loehring 



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Mike D'Amico 



Statistics 

Leading field goal percentage, 54.4% — 
Ceene 

2. Leading rebounder 334 season, 12.3 
game — Vargo 

3. Leading free throw shooter, 8 1.6% — 
Stone 

4. Leading scorer 703 season, 26.0 game — 
Vargo 

5. N.A.I.A. District 20 1st team— Vargo 

6. Honorable Mention N.A.I.A. Ail-Ameri- 
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RECORDS 



1. Most Field goals attempted, 610— Vargo 

2. Most field goals in a game, 18— Vargo 

3. Season scoring record, 703— Vargo 

4. Season's average score, 26.0 — Vargo 

5. Most field goals in season, 313— Vargo 



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Jim Bunge 




Lloyd Steinkamp 



Larry Baldwin 



VARSITY 




Maurice Kane 





Tom Fischer 





George Galeener 





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1. 


102 


Boy's Club 


2. 


97 


Scott Air Force Base 


3. 


89 


John Logan 


4. 


82 


Belleville J.C. 


5. 


69 


S.I.U. Edwardsville 


6. 


114 


Boy's Club 


7. 


111 


U. Mo. St. Louis 


8. 


80 


Belleville J.C. 


9. 


93 


Quincy 


10. 


86 


Florek Flashers 


11. 


84 


Martin Oilers 


12. 


64 


S.I.U. Edwardsville 


13. 


88 


Florek Flashers 


14. 


100 


Martin Oilers 



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102 
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BASKETBALL 



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WOMEN'S INTRAMURAL AWARD WINNERS 



Mickey Brownfield 
Mary Burk 
Diane Ohl 
Sue Sobol 
Sherry Ratz 



Ellen Olds 
Suzanne Hamilton 
Mary Ann Moeller 
Iris Houston 
Rita Fryman 




SPORTS 



Tennis 
Soccer 
Bowling 

Pool 



Mickey Brownfield 
Underdogs 
Linda Keene 
Suzanne Hamilton 
Iris Houston 



Volleyball 


Underdogs 


Basketball 


Road Runners 


Badminton Doubles 


Sherry Ratz 




Dianne Ohl 


Softball 


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Vargo, Bill Biggerstaff, Dave Markwell, Coach Dave Dutler FRONT ROW: Emmerson Munro, Dale Emerick, Bill Wessel- 
man, Chondus Smoot, Dale Calvert, John Mule'. Steve D'Amico, Gary Reed 



BASEBALL SCORES 
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SIU Edwardsville 



Washington U. 



Eastern Illinois U. 



U. of Missouri at Rolla 



U. of Missouri at St. Louis 



SIU Carbondale 



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1. M. Loy 

2. M. Moeller 

3. P. Sabin 

4. C.Wells 

5. J. Weakly 

6. M. Kinny 

7. R. Eichkorn 

8. D. Musso 

9. J. Owens 

10. D.Williams 

11. R. Deterding 

12. M. Lorentzen 

13. S. Ratz 

14. M. Loyd 

15. T. Minard 

16. E. Willoughby (Faculty Adviser) 



INTER*SOCIETY COUNCIL 




PI LAMBDA TAU 



1. 


D. Berry 


14. 


B. Castellani 


2. 


R. McKinley 


15. 


D. Groh 


3. 


G. Reed 


16. 


S. Bohner 


4. 


M. Bender 


17. 


D. Drake 


5. 


K. Koste 


18. 


M. Schleyer 


6. 


M. Terry 


19. 


S. Keene 


7. 


D. Williams 


20. 


R. Deterding 


8. 


T. Montgomery 


21. 


D. Keene 


9. 


F. Minnigerode, Adviser 


22. 


S. Laur 


10. 


G. Weintz 


23. 


L. Moore 


11. 


D. Clinard 


24. 


M. Vargo 


12. 


S. Sanders 


25. 


T. Taggart 


13. 


P. Grieme 








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2. C. Skaggs 

3. E. Marcell 

4. L. Goetz 

5. A. McNeely 

6. D. Anderson 

7. M. Hicks 

8. K. Reed 

9. D. Payne 

10. J. Misegades 

11. B. Upchurch 

12. M. Lorentzen 

13. S. Verton 

14. D. Berg 

15. M.Loy 

16. I. Houston 

17. P. Kuttin 

18. K. Bryant 

19. C.Strief (Adviser) 

20. B. Stambough 




KAPPA LAMBDA IOTA 



PHI RHO CHI 




M. Fenton 
B. Hoyt 
L. Wright 
P. Martz 
S. Carlson 
M. Howie 
M. Collins 

8. B. Wesselman 

9. J.Weakley 

10. B.Carson 

11. P. Kettwich 

12. D. Visintine 

13. D.Harper 

14. P. Doyle 

15. E. Davidson 

16. D. Adams 

17. B. Ficker 

18. S. D'Amico 

19. D. Johnson 

20. G. Hunt 

21. M. Przybyl 

22. B. Hogan 

23. J. Bauer 

24. D. McDonald 

25. G. Sudol 

26. P. Durato 

27. B. Munroe 








SIGMA KAPPA TAU 



1. Claudia Kerens 

2. Linda Lawrence 

3. Mary Ann Moeller 

4. Margaret Branson 

5. Linda Jones 

6. Beverly Gehling 

7. Sherry Ratz 

8. Mrs. Kovac 

9. Carol Koglin 
10. Melva Kloth 



ALPHA KAPPA TAU 




1. R. 

2. D. 

3. R. 

4. D. 

5. M 

6. H. 

7. T. 

8. D. 

9. R. 

10. D. 

11. B. 

12. P. 

13. T. 

14. J. 

15. D 



Eichkorn 

Musso 

Sturm, Adviser 

Bossier 
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Lilli 

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Van Giesen 

Kirkpatrick 
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Cain 

Myers 

Franzen 
Anthony 

Holmes 




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1. J. Thompson 

2. T. Minard 

3. C. Porter 

4. T. Mitchell 

5. L. Holper 

6. C. Hulick 

7. M. Rutledge 

8. M. Loyd 

9. K. Knickerbocker 

10. P. Gillespey 

11. G. Welch, Advisor 




ALPHA OMEGA 



PHI LAMBDA SIGMA 





1. J. Whinnery 

2. L. Baldwin 

3. A. Johnson 

4. J. Anderson 

5. H. Porter, Adviser 

6. J. Owens 

7. M. Kane 

8. C. Smoot 

9. M. McKenna 

10. M. Gumm 

11. R.Allen 







DELTA PHI SIGMA 







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1. 


Vic 


2. 


D. 


Swick 


3. 


E. 


Strief, Advisor 


4. 


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5. 


T. 


Subers 


6. 


F. 


James 


7. 


R 


Hodgson 


8. 


P. 


Sabin 


9. 


C. 


Murray 


10. J. 


Sanders 


11. 


R 


Drews 


12 


Ci 


Zauf 


13 


J. 


Watson 


14 


M 


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15 


S. 


McKensie 


16 


P. 


Bowling 


17 


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18 


D 


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19 


L. 


Carter 


20 


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1. 


S. Bohner 


9. 


M. Howie 


2. 


D. Williams 


10. 


N. Orms 


3. 


P. Grieme 


11. 


F. Minnigerode, Adviser 


4. 


J. Misegades 


12. 


L. Jensen 


5. 


C. DeHart 


13. 


K. Wright 


6. 


R. Alton 


14. 


D. Berry 


7. 


C. Koglin 


15. 


C. Wells 


8. 


M. Skinner 


16. 


K. Koste 



PSYCHOLOGY CLUB 




1. E. Willoughby 

2. S. Pepper 

3. D. Musso 

4. L. Hoffman 

5. R. Deterding 

6. J. Bunge 

7. H.Gray 

8. F. Fleming 

9. D. Utz 




SIGMA ZETA 





1. D. Clinard 

2. R. Eichkorn 

3. O. Clark, Adviser 

4. M. Rutledge 

5. P. Widicus 

6. C. Sedgley 

7. T. Davis 

8. D. Van Giesen 

9. R.Copeland 
10. R. Deterding 



HISTORY CLUB 



WOMEN'S SOCIETY OF CHRISTIAN SERVICE 




1. 


D. Schwartz 


2. 


C. Boyer 


3. 


D. Nevois 


4. 


K. Littell 


5. 


B. Steidley 


6. 


M. Brawley 


7. 


C. Switzer 




STUDENT EDUCATION ASSOCIATION 





1. D. Nevois 

2. C. Robbins 

3. M. Baldwin 

4. R. Marty 

5. C. Boyer 

6. B. Berry 

7. B. Laff 



8. J. Etherton 

9. M. Rutledge 

10. B. Tibbetts 

11. M. Lorentzen 

12. B. Broeckling 

13. D.Schwartz 

14. R. Evans 

15. G. Mannz 

16. L. Shawver 

17. P. Spencer 

18. M.Burk 

19. K. Littell 

20. G. Baver 

21. D. Book 

22. S. Rezba 



McKENDREE COLLEGE CHOIR 




M. Hicks 
P. Zutter 
M. Comissionj; 
I. Jahn 
C. Switzer 
M. Lorentzen 
R. La Russa 
A. McNeely 
G. Vogeler 



10. D. Gross 

11. M. Brawley 

12. C. Kerens 

13. S. Zurliene 

14. C. Boyer 

15. R.Crawford 

16. E. Queen 

17. M. Beenders 

18. G. Baver 



19. D. Barker 

20. C. King 

21. C.Porter 

22. C. Woebles 

23. J. Jameson 

24. D. McDonald 

25. R. Deboer 

26. K. Robison 

27. T. Beaird 

28. M. Roberts 

29. J. Jahn 

30. A. Rhein 

31. T. Gady 

32. G. Price 

33. KianChua 






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1. 


G. Novich 


2. 


A. Ambellu 


3. 


C. Rudiger 


4. 


C. Kerens 


5. 


D. Krause 


6. 


C. Raitt 


7. 


P. Martz 


8. 


R. Brown 


9. 


R. Manning 


10. 


J. Kovac 


11. 


E. Pearsons 




PUBLIC AFFAIRS FORUM 



1. M. Rutledge 

2. V. Buchanan 

3. S.Smith 

4. M. Rutledge 

5. P. Sabin 

6. C. Murray 

7. L.Wright 





CAMPUS PROGRAM BOARD 





1. D.Williams 

2. P. Widicus 

3. C. Hulick 

4. P. Grieme 

5. F. Minnergerode 

6. B. Stambough 

7. T. Subers 

8. D. Vest 

9. A. Ruyle 

10. I. Houston 

11. M.Tydus 

12. M. Loy 



13. 
14. 
15. 
16. 
17. 
18. 
19. 
20. 
21. 



J. Weakly 

J. Anderson 

C. DeHart 

T. Minard 

S. Carlson 

M. Rutledge 

M. Howie 

L. Schmalenberger 

R. Eichkorn 



22. G. Novich 

23. C. Rudiger 



STUDENT CONGRESS 



INVESTMENT CLUB 




1. L.Sterling 

2. G. Sanders 

3. M. Branson 

4. M.Wright 

5. J. Anderson 

6. M.Taylor 

7. T. Bailey 



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F. Washington 
R. Bank 

C. Kerens 
T. Githoff 

D. Hassenflug 

H. Porter, Adviser 



PHI BETA LAMBDA 




1. C. Back 

2. M.Wright 

3. M. Branson 

4. D. Bossier 

5. C. Schaefer 

6. T. Bailey 

7. W. Ivory 

8. G. Sanders 

9. M. Brown 

10. E. Strief, Adviser 

11. J. Anderson 

12. J. Mueller 





1. K. Littell 

2. M. Brownfield 

3. M.Burk 

4. D. Ohl 

5. M. Terry 

6. S. Schroeder 

7. L. Thompson 

8. S. Ratz 

9. R. Fryman 

10. C.Phillips 

11. M. Moeller 

12. K. Kirts, Adviser 

13. S. Hamilton 




PHYSICAL EDUCATION MAJORS AND 

MINORS 




1. J. Whinnery 

2. E. Best, Adviser 

3. M. Branson 

4. P. Martz 

5. T. Bailey 

6. C. Kerens 

7. C. Rudiger 

8. C. King 

9. C.O'Guinn 
10. R. Eichkorn 




REVIEW STAFF 





1. W. Ivory 

2. P. Williams 

3. D. Killion 

4. C.Steele 

5. I. Houston 

6. R.Allen 

7. A. Ambellu 

8. K. Woolfolk 

9. L. Haynes 
10. A. Norman 
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12. M. Brown 

13. J. Owens 

14. V.Scott 

15. J. Brand 

16. C.Wells 

17. A. Johnson 

18. G.Tydus 

19. L. McCoy 

20. J. Anderson 

21. M.Kane 

22. C. Smoot 

23. L.Baldwin 



RA'S WOMEN 



1. J. Lingafelter 

2. M. Rutledge 

3. M. Rutledge 

4. C.Allen 

5. C. Raitt 

6. E.White 

7. V.Best 










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1. P. Martz 

2. M. Howie 

3. B. Hoyt 

4. S. Carlson 

5. D. Price 

6. L. Sanders 

7. D.Williams 



INFINITY 




NOTmNG 




Jan Lewey, Jane Miersgades, Tom Montgomery 




John Anderson, Ken Koste, George Baver 




Gary Weintz, Gary Tydus, Jim Trogolo 




Steve Sanders, Dale Berry, Don Clinard 



STAFF 





Roger Deterding, Cindy DeHart, Fred Minnigerode 



George Baver 





ADVISER 

Fred Minnigerode 

EDITOR 

Roger Deterding 

ASST. EDITOR 

Cindy DeHart 

BUSINESS MGN. 

Don Clinard 

FEATURES 

Ken Koste 

John C. Anderson 

Blanche Laff 

INTRODUCTION 

Tom Montgomery 

Janey Lingafelter 

ORGANIZATIONS 

Margaret Branson 

Jane Miersgades 

Bern ice Berry 

Dale Berry 

ART 

Tom Beaird 

Dan Johnson 

Jan Lewey 

UNDERCLASSMEN 

Gary Tydus 

Gary Weintz 

Jim Trogolo 

SENIORS AND WHO'S WHO 

George Baver 

SPORTS 

Don Williams 

Steve Sanders 

PHOTOGRAPHERS 

Don Maibes 

Joe Whinnery 

T. A. Bailey 



Mick Branson, Blanche LafT, Bernice Berry 





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Someday on a Somewhere Corner 
We'll pass by each other, 
Do you suppose we'll speak 
Or pass by without a nod. 
Someday on a Somewhere Corner 
You'll break my heart again 

For who can see me coming 
And not know that everything 
My love knew died with 
Forgotten you. 

By chance on that Somewhere Corner, 
A laugh will be exchanged 
With the gaze of four eyes. 
Two blue — two brown 
Two young — two old. 

Who will know but they, 
Secrets of the past. 
Who cares, 

only behind 

the eyes, 
They care. 

Can time take care of 
Four eyes? 
Or will it always be 
Someday on a Somewhere Corner 
Lyn White 




As Editor of the 1970-71 McKENDREAN I feel that this book is a 
suitable cross section of the life on a small college campus. This book 
is by no means free from mistakes. The staff and myself have put 
forth a genuine effort to capture a part of the pictoral history of 
McKendree. The staff was one of the best, and without their devoted 
time there would be no 1970-71 McKENDREAN 




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Best Wishes 

First National Bank 
of 0' Fallon 

200 S. Lincoln 
O'Fallon, Illinois 


/GtK FIRST 

fc^ ^ NATIONAL 

Witfy BANK 

^%4U^ OF BELLEVILLE 


Meyer Concrete 
Products, Inc. 

Ready Mix Concrete 
Trenton, 111. Phone 224-9432 


Herr's General Store 

We Give Eagle Stamps 
Ph. 537-2980 We Deliver 


E. and R. Weber 

Hardware, Plumbing, Heating, and 
Air Conditioning 

Lebanon, Illinois 62254 

Ph. 537-2645 



Economy Auto & 
Sporting Goods Co. 

330 N. Main St. 

St. Charles, Mo. 

Ph. 724-6650 

Ed Osiek, rep. 

Equipment and clothing for 

all sports 

also trophies 


Sigma Kappa Tau 
Bittle's Drug 


Ph. 537-6689 Ph. 398-1206 
"Flowers For Every Occasion" 

La Rosa's Flowers & Gifts 

224 West St. Louis Street 

Lebanon, Illinois 

62254 

Charles & Rose Mathias 


Modern Linen Service 

Illinois Electric 
Works, Inc. 


Allen Foods, Inc. 

4555 Gustine Ave. St. Louis, Mo. 
and 

Allen Frozen Foods, Inc. 

2330 S. Seventh St. St. Lous, Mo. 


Old Vienna Products 
JMJ Sanitation Service 


Compliments of 

Misegades Electric Co. 


Ladda- Hamilton 
Insurance and Real Estate 

107 W.St. Louis St. 
Lebanon, Illinois 



Holten Wholesale 
Meat Co. 

919 Lynch 
East St. Louis, 111. 

Known By The Quality Customers 
We Serve 


WE THANK 


EVERYONE 


Diehl's Jewelry 


Mr. & Mrs. Irvin L. 
Deterding and Family 

Red Bud, 111. 


FOR 


THEIR HELP 


Grimm & Gorly 

"Flowers for all Occasions" 
Belleville, Illinois 



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