Althoff Catholic High School - Crusader Yearbook (Belleville, IL)

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VOLUME 34 RESPECTFULLY DEDICATED TO THE ALTHOFF ALUMNI WHO NOW SERVE IN OUR NATIONS ARMED FORCES. His Excellency Albert R. Zuroweste D.D. Bishop of Belleville CALENDAR 1967 - Aug. 24 —Football practice begins. Aug. 29 —Freshmen are introduced to school life, Althoff style! Aug. 30 —Fr. Orlet introduced as new A.C.H.S. principal. Aug. 31 — Full day of school for everyone. Sept. 6 —J.V. Cheerleader tryouts. Sept. 7 —Senior photographs. Sept. 8 —Football Kickoff Dance opens another great sea¬ son. Sept. 14 —First Mothers ' Club meeting — mothers have a chance to meet the A.C.H.S. Faculty. Sept. 15 —Althoff battles Collinsville to a scoreless tie. Sept. 16 —Frosh squad defeats O ' Fallon 21-0. Sept. 18 —Bishop Zuroweste celebrates Althoff ' s All School Mass; Sophomores trample O ' Fallon 30-0. Sept. 19-20 —Underclassmen Photos are taken; the Year¬ book staff hopes they ' re good. Sept. 22 —Althoff outlasts a tough Edwardsville squad 7-0. Sept. 25 —Crusader newspaper subscription and patron drive begins; the proceeds will help to give Althoff its best newspaper; Sophomores take Edwardsville 40-12. Sept. 26 —Annual Freshman — Mother Mass and Breakfast. Sept. 27 —Freshman shut out Cahokia 34-0. Sept. 29 —Althoff suffers the first of only two losses at the hands of C.B.C. 13-7; end of first full month of school, one down and eight to go. Oct. 2 —Sophs tie C.B.C. 0-0; Marquette ' s Frosh squad crumbles to Althoff ' s 12-0. Oct. 6 —End of first grading period, hard times ahead. Oct. 9 —Sophomores continue their winning season at the expense of Assumption 26-0; annual fire drill takes place. Oct. 10 —A.C.H.S. Sophs-12, East st. Louis-9. Oct. 12-13 —Annual Diocesan Teachers Institute meeting held at Althoff. Oct. 14 —Varsity adds Augustinian to its long list of victo¬ ries; Freshmen defeat Augustinian Frosh for their fifth straight shutout. Oct. 16 —Sophomores outscore Assumption 7-6. Oct. 20—Belleville championship game results in a hard- fought tie 6-6. Oct. 21 — Annual Junior Play is a big success; the Sophs topple Marquette 32-0; Frosh outpasses C.B.C. 7-6. Oct. 24 —B.T.H.S. West Sophs fall to Coach Fizer ' s squad 40-19. Oct. 27 —The Student Council sponsors the Homecoming Dance with the stage show by the Sing-Out St. Louis group; Theresa Biver reigns as 67-68 Homecoming Queen. Oct. 28 —Best Homecoming Parade in Althoff ' s history; Alumni gathers to watch the Crusaders lose a valiantly fought battle 20-13; Sophs win, Frosh team loses first and only game of the season. Nov. 1 — Nobody came so the school made it a free day; it was also All Saints Day. Nov. 2 —Freshman team takes B.T.H.S. West for its last game and final victory. Althoff-20, B.T.H.S.-13. Nov. 4 —Marquette falls 33-0; Sophs-32, Augustinian-7. Nov. 10 —Veterans ' Day —free. Nov. 11—Crusaders sketch out a close one, Althoff-19, Lin¬ coln-18. Nov. 13 —Sophs take Cahokia 27-19. Nov. 17 —Althoff retains the bell as the fighting Crusaders stop Assumption 26-20 in the Orphan Bowl game. Nov. 18 —Jean Fritch succeeds Miss Sue Gaa as Orphan Bowl Queen. Nov. 23 — Thanksgiving ends the second grading period; Students thank God that they made it this far! Nov. 27 —Senior boys retreat to King ' s House for some spir¬ itual maintenance. of MEMORIES -1968 Nov. 28 —School sets aside two days for the Days of Re¬ newal. Nov. 29 —Senior Girls ' Retreat at King ' s House and Mercy House. Dec. 1 — Althoff tips off the basketball season with a dance and pep rally. Dec. 7 —East St. Louis Tournament begins. Dec. 15 —The roundballing Crusaders lose their first sched¬ ule game to Lincoln 76-69. Dec. 17 —The gym rings with the sounds of the A.C.H.S. Band and Choral Concert. Dec. 22 —School has its annual Christmas Variety Show; Mater Dei Tournament begins — Crusaders drop champi¬ onship game to Madison 57-47. Dec. 24 —V isions of sugar plums etc. Dec. 25 —Christmas — " joy to the world. " Jan. 3 —Classes resume — " so soon? " Jan. 5 —Augustinian heads the list in the register of the vanquished, Althoff-58, Augustianian-48; Mike Skaer breaks the Althoff individual scoring record with 35 points. Jan. 6 —Assumption follows suit with its 60-54 defeat. Jan. 12 —End of the third grading period; Crusaders drop a heartbreaker to C.B.C. Crusaders-65, Cadets-66. Jan. 16 —Semester Examinations begin — a 2 +b 2 =?. Jan. 19 —Crusaders-78, St. Louis U. High-56. Jan. 20 —The Althoff aces rifle in over 25 fieldgoals as they trample Marquette 57-31. Jan. 27 —Althoff loses the city championship game with Maroon Mark Kroenig ' s one second fieldgoal; Crusaders- 55 : Maroons-56. Jan. 28 —Diocesan C.Y.O. Convention held at Althoff. Jan. 29 —New girl arrives to break the routine! Feb. 2— Augustinian falls for the second time 80-67. Feb. 3 —Assumption bows for its second time 81-67. Feb. 9 —Crusaders take revenge on C.B.C. 72-53. Feb. 10 —Mascoutah proves to be no match; Althoff-91, Mascoutah-37. Feb. 12 —Free day to honor President Lincoln ' s Birthday. Feb. 13 —N.H.S. pays tribute to the old members and in¬ ducts its new ones. Feb. 16 —St. Louis U. High counted under the Crusader scepter 61-55. Feb. 17 —Marquette crumbles to the Crusaders as the team has its greatest night; Dave Gifford shatters the Cathe¬ dral—Althoff individual scoring record with his 44 points; Squad sets a record by scoring 93 points. Final — Althoff - 93, Marquette-38. Feb. 23 — Basketball Dance; who will be our Basketball Queen? —tough choice. Feb. 24—Granite City —here. Feb. 28 —Ash Wednesday — Lent begins. Mar. 1 — Quincey — here. Mar. 26 —Senior-Junior Day of Renewal. Mar. 27 —Sophomore-Freshman Day of Renewal. Mar. 29 —Student Council Election Primaries begin. Apr. 10 —Council Election Assembly and Vote. Apr. 15 —Easter Sunday —He has risen! Apr. 25 —First annual Senior Play — " The King and I. " May 3 —Four years of high school nofficially capped off by the Senior Prom; Senior-Mother Communion Breakfast. May 10 —Seniors continue the Senior Festival —two days of games and prizes. May 17 —Academy of Notre Dame Prom. May 24 —End of last grading period —phew! May 27-29 —Finals. May 31 — Class Day. June 2 — Graduation — the climax to four of the best years life has to offer. WITH EYES TOWARD THE FUTURE! Time is measured in many ways —seconds ticked off by a heartbeat, minutes wasted during class, hours suffered at football practice, days of preparation for a prom, eight months of homework. A yearbook is one year of time measured in terms of people —their joys and their sorrows, their quick-silver dreams and their cynicisms, their loves and their hates, their conquests and sometimes their failures. One year of time —such a small piece of life and yet a big one if that year falls within our high school days — our best days! Those are days when conquest does not necessarily mean victory, when joy does not necessarily mean happiness, when failure is not eternal and success not perpetual. A yearbook is not just one hundred or more pages of pictures and writing, cover included. It is an organized sketch of one year of memories. And so with eyes toward the future, let us stop for a time, pick up our yearbook, leaf through the pages and catch a glimpse of the past. STUDENT Council president Dan Hayes listens to secretary Becky Kirn ' s minutes from the last meeting. HOMEROOM REPRESENTATIVES Chuck Azar Bob Boryska Sue Gaa Linda Jankowski Terry Wegener Paul Schaefer Chris Veremakis Kathy Yaeger Pam Daniels Marcia Bollman Mike Kohl Dave Kreiter Gary Lisch Aurora Miller Tom Palmer Bob Sisk Jerry Villemain Dan Burns Sue Bollman Jane Felts Jim Kostelac Bob Keefe Linda Rompel Mark Spalding Bill Weiss Tom Blome Paul Biver Rick Kirn Jerry Muckensturm Mike Kougis Vicky Schiffer Stanley Telizan Linda Todoroff Shelly Whithouse John Carney 12 Vice-president Dave Gifford - lost in thought. COUNCIL Bob Lucash prepares his treasurer ' s report. BOYS COURT OFFICERS: Pat Roth, sergeant at arms; Rick Janssen, court judge; Mr. Rensing, the court moderator, commonly sits in on and Dick Joyce, court recorder. sessions. GIRL OFFICIALS: Sue Goa, Cathy Wolfersberger, Glenda Sherman, Diane Arentsen, Jeannie Whitehead, Mary Ann Geneti, Debbie Parker, Linda Jankowski, Carolyn Wood, Becky Kirn. “A ticket to what? " SENIOR OFFICIALS Bob Boryska Mike Buehlhorn Tom Butler Rick Cooper Bill Dahm Larry Hoff Mike Hoffmann Mike Klinkhamer Tom Kloess Kent Lanter Randy Lucash Jim Mueller Dave Musso Ron Neff John Rauckman Jim Rompel Wayne Sc her Dan Schwemmer Mike Scaer Ron Toenjes Larry Tomasovich Jim Wolf Jim Wright Steve Yordy That look of innocence. 15 ALTHOFF PEP RALLIES Rick and Dave gave the skit the pro¬ fessional touch. JUST ONE REFLECTION OF ALTHOFF SPIRIT Two of our charming Lemon Sisters sung the praises of Althoff spirit. The Althoff stage becomes a discoteque cage 16 or a romper room school ... or even a bubbly dreamland for " Harvey ' s " symphonic pep band?? YOUNG CHRISTIAN STUDENTS Of the wide variety of group activities at Althoff, few are more important than this one. It gives Young Christian Students a chance to observe, judge and es¬ pecially act in a society of eager, hard-working young men and women and of demanding problems. es Mike disagree? Mr Rickert rechecks the blueprints for the ' 68 yearbook. 1967-68 EDITORS: Mr. James Rickert, moderator; Charmaine Zamenski, social editor; Steve Sei¬ bert, art editor; Karen Burnham, senior section editor; Dan Hayes, underclassmen section editor- Pot McCarron, co-business editor; Bob Neff, sports editor; Chris Zabawa, co-business editor; Pete Maul, editor-in-chief. Seated: Carol Michaelis, features editor. YEARBOOK Jr editor Paul Roesch with ruler in hand waits for his next assignment. Rick Cooper . . . Otto Faulbaum . Margo Mueller . Paul Roesch . . . Jack Meister . . . Aurora Miller . . Wayne Buescher Don Kern. Cathy Lehman . . George Voss . . . .Head Typist . Yearbook Photographer . . . Jr. Co-business Editor Jr. Co-business Editor .Jr. Sports Editor .Jr. Social Editor .Jr. Seniors Editor .Jr. Features Editor Jr. Underclassman Editor .Jr. Editor-in-Chief Fr. Dummer tells the Yearbook staff exactly how to run his homeroom ad. An energetic typist, working to make a deadline! NEWSPAPER " This month ' s edition is finally finished ' NEWSPAPER EDITORS: Jerry Kolda, sports editor; Chris Veremakis, news editor; Diane Arentsen, editor-in-chief; John Gifford, editorials. Missing is Chuck Azar, features editor. NEWSPAPER STAFF Writers Mike Agne Jerome Gass Rick Becherer Margo Mueller Ron Ceglinski Debbie Parker Rick Cooper Bob Neff Barb Crannage Mike Munie Cathy Dye Dave Pabarcus Mary Ann Genetti Dan Schwemmer Dan Hayes Steve Seibert Mike Hoffman Joe Stabile Mary Pat Koesterer Janice Tebbano Gary Lisch Mark Welsch Mike Mackin Jim Mueller Chris Zabawa Distribution Tom Scheibel The guardian of the pen and scroll. LIBRARY Sr. Helen insures that the library is run efficiently. LIBRARY OFFICERS Co-presidents: Clare Marie Beisiegel Ken Krausz Secretary: Mary Jo Luszowski Treasurer: Donald Taphorn CLA Guild Rep: MEMBERS Rick Cooper Dorothy Pajares Carl Bauer Ken Krausz Clare Beisiegel Sue O ' Neil John Bux Dorothy Pajares Terry Donohue Steve Sternau Donna Edwards Mary Wachtel Wayne Eschman Eric Young Jmn Geiger Rick Cooper 20 Our fearless leader " Tom Butler Sylvester Naliborski Carl Bauer Tim Nauman Curt Bauer Janice Rice Dave Boeving Howard Reiniger Sara Capps Don Savage Ken MeDade Mike Schmidt Bill Dahm Ray Schmidt John Gifford Mary Seibert Jeannie Head Dan Traynor Russ Hoeffken Steve Vick Mike Hopfinger Art Weisen Steve Jokish Cecelia Williams Bruce Kern Ron Yeager Kint Lanter Tony Yeager Mike Mackin Charmaine Zamenski John Maher ART CLUB Perfection just can ' t be rushed. Santa ' s little helpers erected this short-lived monument to him. 21 Mr Beine and his three right hand men . . . Otto Faulbaum CAMERA CLUB Dave Germain Bill Carriel Otto Faulbaum Bill Carriel Dave Pabarcus Dave Germain Bill Hausman Joe Benson Mike Cole company 22 SPEECH AND DRAMA CLUB OFFICERS: Mike Agne, Linda Nota, and Mary Ann Genetti. Mike Agne Cathy Dye Mary Ann Genetti Rich Green Jim Jacobs Mike Mackin John Maher Bob Neff Micky Quintin Dave Stroot Carolyn Wood Junior member Marcia Bollman has received excellent ratings for her speechs. Officer Mike Agne gives his thoughts on smoking marijuana cigarettes. 23 BAND BAND MEMBERS Bernard Bauer Richard Becherer Ronald Becherer Gerry Brenner Michael Buelhorn Eugene Kish James Reifschneider David Schwartz Dan Schwemmer Steve Seibert Art Wiesen Steve Winter Chris Zabawa Edward Bauer Louise Bollman William Carriel Gary Gansmann David Germain Steve Junker Dave Muckensturm Jim Mueller Dale Newstrom John Rule Chuck Schumacher Glen Schwaegel Don Taphorn Steve Veto David Flach Mark Hasenstab Dave Klincar Mike Kolakowski Sylvia Loyet David Markus John Mueller Tom Rice Sue Rigden Richard Schaefer Leroy Agne Lorna Arensten Mary Biscan Tim Compton Diane Daenzer Dan Falbe Mark Ferguson Joseph Hoffman Michael Jasiewicz James Konradt Teresa Macke Dan Markus Joe Muckensturm Mary Ellen Mueth Jennifer Mullen James Musec Clarence Neibur John Ostermeir Gary Schaefer Laurence Schaefer Richard Schindler Terence Wade Joanne Wilhelm 24 Our brass band shines forth. CHORUS NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY N.H.S. OFFICERS: Jim Mueller, vice-president; Louise Bollman, philosophy division head; Mary Pat Koesterer, psychology division head, Barb Crannage, secretary; John Gifford, president; Larry Krupp, science division head; and Rich Becherer, art division head. Division heads compare notes on their separate meetings. Dianne Arentsen Richard Becherer Ronald Becherer Stephen Breslin Barbara Crannage John Gifford Margaret Hausmann Becky Kirn Kenneth Krausz Larry Krupp Kent Lanter Pete Maul Patricia McCarron Barbara Mueller James Mueller Barb looks like a prospect for the newly formed humor division of the N.H.S. Janet Mueth Michael Munie Rosemory Munie Carolyn Obernuefemann Dianne Obernuefemann Debbie Porker Micky Quintin Dianne Quirin Norma Jean Schaefer Susan Schoendienst Robert Seibert Glenda Sherman Joseph Stabile Christopher Veremakis Jeanne Whitehead Rosalie Wolfersberger Steve Youdy Eric Young Christopher Zabawa Charmaine Zamenski LETTERMEN ' S CLUB SENIOR LETTERMAN Dianne Arensten Ca rl Bauer Curt Bauer Richard Becherer John Bogacki Richard Cooper Barb Crannage Bill Dahm Sandy Deckard Cathy Dye Sue Gaa Mary Ann Genetti Dave Gifford John Gifford Peggy Hausmann Dan Hayes Dan Helfrich Linda Jankowski Richard Janssen Tom Johnson Becky Kirn Tom Kloess LETTERMEN ' S CLUB OFFICERS: Wayne Scher, vice-president; Bob Lucash, treasurer; Dave Gifford, president; Pat Roth, secretary. Alan Kolahowski Pat Roth Mike Kostelac Steve Schaefer Bob Lucash Wayne Scher John Maher -Steve Seibert Pete Maul Mike Skaer Mike Morris Bill Sobczak Barb Mueller Wayne Thoman Jim Mueller Ron Toenjes Mike Munie Jeanne Whitehead Dave Musso Art Wiesen Debbie Parker Chris Zabawa Discussing an important activity of the Lettermen ' s Club. VARIETY SHOW Violet Weilbocher and her accordion take first prize for the second consecutive year. John is becoming a regular pianist at Althoff musical functions. Rick Liberstein sings his bal¬ lad about the evolution of music. The combination of Heger and Becker represented the Junior addition to the " action. " Santa ' s been on a d«et. 29 LATIN CLUB ACCEPTED AS MEMBER OF JUNIOR CLASSICAL LEAGUE Bernard Bauer Dan Becherer Dan Hayes Kenneth Krausz Randy Lucash Mary luszawski Mike Morris James Mueller Paul Schaefer Richard Schaefer Chris Veremakis Mary Jean Williams Chris Veremakis and Father Orlet accept the trophy given to the Latin Club for its high score on the National Latin Test last year. Sister Olivia opens a weekly Latin Club meeting. Mike Fantini, treasurer; Paul Schaefer, vice-president; Chris Veremakis, president; Bill Nebel, secretary. You can ' t fool us, Karen Patti Baker Jerry Kolda Dave Boeving Chris Lang John Bogacki Kent Lanter Sara Capps Tom Luebben Bill Dahm John Maher Donna Crain Jim Mueller Cathy Dye Glenda Sherman Keith Felcyn Diane Wilhelm Sue Gaa Cecilia Williams Kevin Halloran Carolyn Wood Cathy Harris Kathy Yaeger Jeanne Head Charmaine Zamenski Mike Higgins Steve Yordy Linda Ja nkowski Mike Mackin Rick Janssen PEP CLUB OFFICERS: Dick Joyce, Kathy Yaeger, and Ray Schmitt Seated in his Firebird is moderator, Mr. John Guciardo. 99 out of every 100 Pep Club members fluncked a speling test givm by the Year¬ book staff shortly after recieving this foto. The spirited group tries to “raise the roof " at our pep rallies. President George Palmier Treasurer Anthony Riassetto Secretary Earl Traub Coach Stepien battles one of the mighty Fathers ' Althoff ' s All-Pro Roundballers Club cagers for a rebound. OFFICERS: Mrs. William Davis, secretary; Mrs. James Butler, president; Mrs. Paul Hoeffken, vice-president; Mrs. William Neff, treasurer. How does it taste? 35 Miss Terri Biver is crowned 1968 Homecoming queen. Terri and her court were the highlight of the Homecoming parade. HOMECOMING QUEEN Pat Roth assists Tom Johnson in the coronation. 1968 HOMECOMING QUEEN AND COURT: Marcia Gaul, Sue Gaa, Linda Jankowski, Terri Biver, Pat Shields, and Pat McNay. 38 ORPHAN BOWL QUEEN " I would hove voted for you! " Miss Jeonnie Fritsch is the 1968 Orphan Bowl queen. Give us a big smile, Nancy. Former queen Sue Gaa relinquishes the throne. " Mary " J-V CHEERLEADERS— Front row. Patti Mongan, Gerry Kassebaum, Michelle Wegener. Second row: Kathy Fogerty, Karen Moffitt, Vicky Shiffer. Last row: Pat Moehle, Nancy Felker, Karen Smith. 1968 VARSITY CHEERLEADERS - Clockwise from top: Mary Baldree, Bobbie Voellinger, Barbara Mueller, Judy Orlet, Margo Mueller, Cathy Lehman, Jeannie Whitehead, Becky Kirn. " Cathy " " Barb " Captain Patti AAongan Nancy Felker Karen Smith Michelle Wegener Captain Gerry Kassebaum Pat Moehle Karen Moffitt enberger, Dave Musso, Kevin Burns, Jerry Villemain. Sec- A.C.H.S. OPP. 0 Collinsville 0 7 Edwardsville 0 7 C.B.C. 13 20 Urbana 7 6 B.T.H.S. West 6 33 Augustinian 7 13 S.L.U.H. 20 33 Marquette 0 19 Lincoln 18 26 Assumption 20 CENTERS AND GUARDS: Bill Dahm, Glen Vollmer, Pat Ducey. Mike Kostelac. Second row. Mike Portell, Nick Sprague, Bob Porter, Steve Schulte. | ond row: Rick Sieben, Bob Tribout, Curt Bauer, Mike Kohl, Bill Weiss, Tom Johnson. Third row: Steve Schulte, Ron Piel, Doug Aufforth, Brian Hoffman, Bill Dobbs. TACKLES AND ENDS: Jim Winters, Tim Roth, Bill Sobczak, Dick Joyce, Bill Dahlman, Gary licsh, Dan Thessing. Second row: Dennis Beaumont, Ray Christopher, Bob Sisk, Woyne Scher, Greg Gundlach, Dave Muchensturm, Joe Glauber, Bob Sieben, Len Baenen. Scoring: R. Rec. xp Bauer 6 0 0 Sobzcak 0 6 0 Johnson 4 0 4 Receiving: No. Yds. Sobzcak 29 592 Tim Roth 14 248 Pat Roth 8 101 Rushing: Att. Yds. Pat Roth 155 421 Bauer 51 284 Kohl 52 243 Tackles: Vollmer Sisk AAuckensturm Pts. 36 36 28 Ave. 20.4 17.7 12.6 Ave. 3.5 5.2 4.7 107 100 49 , The rush is on . . . but Johnson has plenty of time. UP, UP, and AWAY Good!! 46 We drop ' em for a loss. SOPH FOOT BALL SOPHOMORE TEAM — Front row: Dan Strumberg, Chris Jorns, Jerry Broderick, Ted Johanning, Mike Walsh, Fred Herman, Bill Feldman, Gary Mackin, Kevin Burns, George Kougias, Steve Smith. Second row: Bob Sieben, Bill Dobbs, Dave Schwemmer, Ken Fournie, Dave Frierdich, Gene Menges, Tom Whitehead, Marty Biegler, Ron Margiotta, Bryan Hoffman, John Biver, Managers Dave Riassetta and Mark Welsch. Third row: Coaches Carl Stepien and Dan Fizer, Dan Burns, Bill Weis, Steve Beyer, Bob LeChien, Andy Karr, Jerry Lopinot, Fred Perryman, Mike Kolakowski, Ch ris Lynch. Lost row: Rick Kurtz, Joe English, Jim Reeb, Randy Broadhurst, Mike Johnson, Mike Koesterer. TIME TO BUILD A.C.H.S. 10-0-1 OPP. 30 O ' Fallon 0 40 Edwardsville 12 0 C.B.C 0 12 East St. Louis 9 7 Assumption 6 32 Marquette 0 40 B.T.H.S. West 19 14 S.L.U.H. 12 32 Augustinian 7 14 Lincoln 6 27 Cahokia 19 Coming off with a 5-3-1 record as freshmen, the Crusader sophomores were victorious in 10 contests — more than any other team in Althoff ' s history. Coached by Dan Fizer and Carl Stepien, and Blue and Gold con¬ quered such rugged foes as St. Louis U. High, B.T.H.S. West, Lincoln, and East St. Louis. The only blemish on the Althoff record was a scoreless tie with undefeated C.B.C. After a 10-0-1 campaign, great things are expected of the sophs as members of the varsity next year! 49 FROSH FOOTBALL FRESHMAN TEAM — Front row. Manager John Lengerman, Alfred Meirink, Alan Karban, Rick Davis, Irwin Reeb, Don Lauf, Dan Juncker, Dennis Pfeif¬ fer, Steve Buser, Steve Voss, Manager Dennis Wright. Second row: Mike Kougias, John Carney, Jim Mauch, Charlie Kalert, Tony Kapczyk, John Roth, Gary Fitzgerald, Tom Amann, Rick Kirn, Tom Hayes. Third row: Coach Gary Schuline, Ivan Martin, Alan Kosinski, Jim Baker, Frank Conrath, Carl Stanley, Dennis Hatch, Chris Smith, Terry Burnham, Larry Biegler, Buddy Webb, Al Azar, Coach Jack Gagen. Fourth row: John Hoffmann, Jim Gass, Dave Jones, Jim Roth, Gary Welzbacher, Rick Scher, Ray Sonnenberg, Marty Kelly, Bill Weber, Dennis Herzing, Terry Wade. TIME TO LEARN A.C.H.S. 7-1 OPP. 21 O ' Fallon 0 34 Cahokia 0 12 Marquette 0 26 Assumption 0 35 Augustinian 0 7 C.B.C. 6 0 S.L.U.H. 7 20 B.T.H.S. West 13 The 1967 yearlings under Coaches Jack Gagen and Gary Schuline compiled a fine 7-1 log. Allowing a re¬ markable total of just 15 first downs the entire season, the frosh contained some of the toughest competition in the area. The lone defeat to St. Louis U. High resulted when the Jr. Bills blocked a punt and ran it back all the way for the score. With our young Crusaders we look forward to the continuation of the winning tradition here at Althoff. VARSITY BASKETBALL VARSITY BASKETBALL TEAM: Coach Jerry Koehler, Bob Lucash, Ron Toenjes, Tom Johnson, Roger Helfrich, Manager Ron Neff, Coach Tom Vernier. Back row; Dave Gifford, Mike Skaer, Jim Winters, Bill Franiy, Tim Roth and Tom Kloess. A.C.H.S. OPP. 41 East St. Louis 62 81 Assumption 35 69 Lincoln 76 71 Mater Dei 58 52 Cahokia 53 73 Chicago 38 77 Lichfield 50 70 Bethalto 63 47 Madison 57 58 Augustinian 48 60 Assumption 54 45 East St. Louis 51 65 C.B.C. 66 78 St. Louis U. 56 57 Marquette 31 55 B.T.H.S. West 56 80 Augustinian 67 81 Assumption 67 72 C.B.C. 53 91 Mascoutah 37 70 St. Louis U. 63 93 Marquette 38 87 Granite City 57 REBOUNDS PTS. Mike " O " Skaer 343 406 Dave " Giff " Gifford 188 391 Bob " Luke " Lucash 85 208 Ron " Numpy " Toenjes 86 176 " Timely " Tim Roth 111 211 Tom Kloess 73 80 Tom Johnson 59 48 A.C.H.S. OPP. Record 16 7 Total Rebounds 972 796 F.G.A. 1341 1177 F.G.M. 589 483 F.G.% 43% 41% F.T.A. 531 489 ' F.T.M. 396 279 F.T.% 74% 57% Total Points 1579 1245 Average Points 68.4 54.1 JUNIOR VARSITY -Front row: Gary Gansman, Ron Piel, Roger Helfrick, Ed Szewczyk, Roger Hoff¬ man, Manager. Second row: Tom Ries, Manager; Bill Dahlman, Bill Franey, Jim Winters, Jack Voss, Craig Weidemann, Coach Vernier. Dave drives ... looks ... aims ' Tom ' On guard!! ' SOPHOMORE TEAM — Front row. Dove Schwemmer, Don Burns, Bill Weiss, Kevin Burns, Tom Whitehead. Second row. Manager Mike Lehmann, Manager Dave Reassetto, Bob Keefe, Tom Blome, Bob Sieben, Brian Hoffman, Manager Bob Lechein. Third row: Coach Carl Stipien, Gary Schulte, Mike Kurtz, Glenn Weber, Doug Kaelin, Marty Biegler, Ron Margiotta. SOPHOMORE AND FRESHMAN BASKETBALL FRESHMAN TEAM-Front row: Ray Sonnenburg, Rick Scher, Jim Roth, Tom Dye, Rick Kirn, Managers Rick Martini and John Duffe. Second row: Wally Kassabaum, Mark Fiedler, Kim Wessel, Tom Heck, Al Karbin, Mike Jansen, John Roth, Ed Furhman, Dennis Herzing, Chris Smith, Marty Kelley, Jim Gass, Coach Bill Orlet. MICHAEL AGNE Sr. Augustine Debar 3; Homeroom Officer 2,3; Intra¬ mural 2,3,4; Paper Staff 4; Speech 3,4; Speech Club Officer 3; Talent Show 2,3; V.C.S. 2.3: Tutoring 3; Pep Club 4; St. Henry 1. NANCY ALBERTER Sr. James Homeroom Officer 2,4; Student Council 3; Y.C.S. 3; Pep Club 2; Art dub 2. " I ' ll bet at midnight it turns into a pumpkin. " DIANE ARENTSEN Sr. Albert the Great Bond 1; Debate 1; French Club Officer 2; Homeroom Of¬ ficer 1,2,3,4; Honor Roll 1,2,3,4; Honor Service Letter 2; N.H.S. 2,3,4; Paper Staff 1; Paper Staff Editor 2,3,4; Senior Officer 4; Speech I; Y.C.S. 2,3; Triple Trio Accompanist 2,3,4; Chorus Accompanist 1,2,3 4. CHARLES AZAR Sr. Henry Homeroom Officer 2,3,4; Honor Service Letter 2; N.H.S. 2.3.4; Letterman ' s 4; Paper Staff 2; Paper Staff Editor 3,4; Senior Official 4; Student Council 4; Yearbook 3; Y.C.S. 2,3,4; Pep Club 2 4; St. Louis High 1. WINIFRED ALLEN Sr. C lore Perfect Attendance 1; GAA 4. " Put your hand down, Debbie, he ' s ready to take my picture. " PATTI BAKER Queen of Peace Camera Club 2; Paper Staff 2,3; Perfect Attendance 1,2,3,4; Home Economics 2,3; Yearbook 2,3,4; Chorus 1; Spanish Club 4, Pep Club 3,4. LINDA BARZIK Sr. Clare Perfect Attendance 2,3; G.AA 4; Pep Club 2; Chorus 4. CARL BAUER Cathedral Art Club 2,3,4, Baseball I. Football 1.2,3; French Club Offi¬ cer 1; Intramurals 2,3,4, lettermon ' s Club 2.3,4, Library Assistant 4, Perfect Attendance 1,2,3,4; Trock 2,3,4. CURT BAUER Cathedral Art Club 3,4; Football 1,2,3,4; Homeroom Officer 1,2; Honor Service Letter 4; Intramurals 1.3,4; Lettermon ' s Club 2,3,4, Office Worker 3; Perfect Attendance 2,3; Student Council 1; Trock 1.2.3.4; Y.C.S. 1; Pep Club 2,3.4, Weight Lifting 3. BERNARD BAUER St. Mary Band 1,2,3,4; Homeroom Officer 2; Honor Roll 1,2.3.4; Latin Club 3,4; Perfect At¬ tendance 2,3; Pep Club 4. DAN BAUER Cathedral 59 RICHARD BECHERER Blessed Sacrament Art Club 4; Bond 1,2.3,4; French Club 1, 2,3,4? officer 4; Homeroom Officer I; Honor Roll 1,2,3,4; Honor Service letter 3; lob As¬ sistant 2,3,4; N.H.S. 2.3,4; Officer 3.4; Paper Staff 1,2,3,4; Perfect Attendance 1,3; Speech 4; Yearbook 1,3; Y.C.S. 1,3; Bridge Club 1,2; Newtpaper Correspondent 4, Pep Club 4; Junior Play 3. RONALD BECHERER St. Teresa Band Officer 4, Band 1,2,3,4; Honor Roll 3; Inframurals 2; N.H.S. 3,4; Perfect Attend¬ ance 1,2,3,4; Y.C.S. 3; Bross Sextet 2,3,4. BRUCE BECKER Cathedral Honor Roll 1,2 ,4; library Assistant 3; Per¬ fect Attendance 1,2,3,4; Pep Club. CAROL BEHRLE St. Albert the Great Art Club 2; Cafeterio 3; French.Club 2,3; GAA. 3; Prom Committee 1. CLARE MARIE BEISIEGEL St. Mary Ursuline Aspirance 1,2; Library Assistant 3,4; Officer 4; Perfect Attendance 4; Y.C.S. 3; Chorus 4; Fashion Show 3. MARY BERENS St. Clare Perfect Attendance 4; Chorus 1; Prom Committee 1. ROBERT BECKETT St. Augustine Art Club 4. AAARGARET BELTER Immaculate Conception Art Club 2; French Club 2; Pep Club 1,2. 60 VIRGINIA BERG Sf. Peter A Paul Perfect Attendance 1,3; Yeorbook 4; Y.C.S. 1,3; Fashion Show 2; Chorus 1; Prom Committee 1,2. DAVE BERKEl Sf. Mary Mo ter Dei 1. RITA BIVER Sf. Clara Cofeteria 2; Perfect Attendance 3; Talent 4; Chorus M; Pep Club 2. CHERYL BLAHA Queen of Peace Art Club 2; French Club 2; Officer 2, Homeroom Officer 3; Perfect Attendance 1,2,3,4; Talent Show 2,3,4; P.E. Assistant 4; Chorus 3; Pep Club 2; Prom Committee 1,2,3,4; GAA. 3; French Assistant 1,2. DAVE BOEVING Sf. Luke Art Club 3 4; Cofeteria 1; Intramural 2,3.4; Library Assistant 3; Y.C.S. 1.2; Pep Club 4. DENNIS BERTELSAAAN Cathedral Honor Roll 2,3; Perfect Attendance 1,2,3; Y.C.S. 2. JOHN DOGACKI Sf. Augustine Baseball 1,3 4; Intromurals 2Ai Perfect Attendance 3,4, Y.C.S 4; Pep Club 1,2.3 4. Roni toil over her machine. 61 BOB BORYSKA Queen of Peoce Baseball 1,2; Basketball 2; Football 1,2; Homeroom Officer 2.3,4, Honor Service Letter 4; Intramurals 1,2,3,4; Paper Staff 2,3;Senk r Official 4; Student Council 4; Yearbook 3; Y.C.S. 1.3. MICHAEL BRADY Queen of Peoce Homeroom Officer 1,2,3; Intramurals 1; Lab Assistant 2; Senior Official 4; Y.C.S. 1,2,3; Pep Club 3. MICHAEL BOLLMAN- St. Augustine French Club 3; Honor Roll 1; Lab Assistant 2.3; Y.C.S.1; Bridge Club U. CYNTHIA BRAUN St. Augustine An Club 2; Camera 2; French Club 2; Homeroom Officer 1,2; Library Assist¬ ant 1; Paper Staff 2; Talent Show 2,3; Y.C.S. 3; Prom Committee 2; GAA. 3; Chorus 1 ,• Pep Club 2. GERRY BRENNER Cathedral An Club 2,3; Bond Officer 4. Bond 1, 2,3,4; Homeroom Officer 1; Honor Roll 2; Intromurals 2,4; Student Council 2. Goshhhhh Lar! STEPHEN BRESLIN St. Henry Debate 3; Honor Roll 1,2,3,4; Intromurals 4; N.H.S. 2,3,4; Perfect Attendance 3,4; Y.C.S. 3, Pep Club 3 4. JOHN BRISK St. Teresa Baseball 1; Football Man¬ ager 2; Intromurals 2; Library Assistant 2; Perfect Attend¬ ance 1; Y.C.S. 3. MICHAEL BUELHORN St. Teresa Band 1,2,3,4; Cafeteria 3; Homeroom Officer 3; Senior Official 4; Student Coun¬ cil 3; Track 3; Chorus 1. KAREN BURNHAM Sf. Augustine Art Club 2; Camara Club 2; Home¬ room Officer 2; Honor Roll 4; Paper Stoff 4; Perfect Attendance 1.4; Yearbook Editor 3,4, Y.C.S. 3,4; G.AA 3,4; GAA. Officer 3,4; Pep Club 1,2.3,4; Chorus 1 Prom Com¬ mittee 1,2,4. MARY BUSS St. Liborius Art Club 2; Cafeteria 3; Officer Worker 4; Perfect Attendance 1,2; Y.C.S. 3; Chorus MARYLAINE CAITO 3,4;GAA 3,4; Prom Committee 1. St. Albert the Great Homeroom Officer 4; Library Assistant 3, Student Council 2; Y.C.S. 3; Prom Commit¬ tee 1,2,3; Pep Club 2, Junior Ploy 3. KAREL CARDWELL Queen of Peace Art Club 2; Band 1; Homeroom Officer 1; Perfect Attendance 1,2,3,4; Student Coun¬ cil I; Talent Show 1.2,3,4; Y.C.S. 3; Chorus 1,2,3 4; Triple Trio 2,3,4; Chorus Officer 3. THOMAS BUTLER Cathedral Art Club 3,4; French Club 3; Intramural 2,3,4; Lab Assist¬ ant 2; Library Assistant 1 ; Office Worker 4; Paper Stoff 3; Perfect Attendance 3; Senior Official 4; Student Council 1; Y.C.S. 2,3. JOHN BUX Cathedral Camera Club 2,3,4; Honor Roll 2,3; Library Assistant 3,4. SARA CAPPS Our Lady of Assumption Art Club 3,4; Librory Assistant 2; Paper Staff 3; Perfect At¬ tendance 4; Yearbook 2,3; Y.C.S. 1,2,3; Chorus 4; Guid¬ ance Office 2; Pep Club 2,3.4. JOHN CARPENTER Blessed Sacrament Homeroom Officer 3; Intra- murols 2,3,4; Pep Club 3. She might not be kidding. 63 RICHARD CARR Sr. Mary Cafeteria 3; Homoroom Officer 2; Honor Roll 2,3; Intromurols 2,3; Offico Worker 2; Perfect Attendance 1,2,3; Y.C.S. 3,4; Pop Club 3 4. RICHARD CASPERSON Sr. Toroso Intromuroll 4; Chaminade 2,3. Kevin looks comfortable. RONALD CEGLINSKI Sr. Augustine Baieboll 1; lab Auistant 3; Popor Staff 4; Talent Show 4; Y.C.S. 1 4. RICK COOPER Queen of Peace Debate 3; Homoroom Officer 3; Honor Sorvico lottor 4; In. tramuroU 3,4; Latin Club 3; lottermon ' i Club 4; library As¬ sistant 3,4; Officer 3,4; Popor Staff 3,4; Sonior Official 4; Studont Council 3; St. Honry 1,2; Yearbook 1,2; Y.C.S. 3,4; Pop Club 3; Chorus 3.4. GREGORY CRAIN Sr. Tereta Bond 1; Cafeteria 1,2; Homoroom Officor 1; Honor Roll 3; Y.C.S. 1,2. CHERYL CORRIGAN Sr. Aug uitine Art dub 2; Fronch Club 2; Tolont Show 2; Chorus 2.3,4; G A.A. 3,4; Officer 4. BARBARA CRANNAGE Sr. Auguirine Fronch Club 2,3; Officor 3; Honor Roll 1, 2,3,4; Honor Sorvico lotter 3; lob Assist- ont 2,3; N.H.S. 2.3,4; Officor 4; Popor Staff 3,4; Studont Council 3; Y.C.S. 2J; Chorui 1,3,4; Prom Committee 1. DONNA CRAIN Quoon of Peace Tolont Show 2,4; St. Mary ' s Acodomy 2; Chorus 1,2,3.4; Triplo Trio 2 ; Junior Class Ploy 3; Pop Club 4; Prom Commit- too 1,2; Soinor Musical 4; Sonior Fosttvol 4. WILLIAM DAHM St. Henry Art Club 3,4; Football 1.2,3,4; Honor Service Letter 4; Intro- moral 1,2,3,4; Lefterman ' s Club 3,4; Library Assistant 2; Senior Official 4; Pep Club 2,3,4; Weight Lifting 3. JACQUELINE CRYSTAL Immaculate Conception Art Club 2,3; Debate 1; Paper Staff 3,4; Talent Show 4; Yearbook 3,4; Y.C.S. 1,2. SANDY DECKARD St. Augustine Art Club 2; French Club 2; Homeroom 2,3; Honor Service Letter 4, Paper Staff 3; Perfect Attendance 1,2,3,4; Tolent Show 1,2,3,4; Y.C.S. 1,3; Chorus 1.2,3,4; Triple Trio 3; GAA 3,4; Prom Committee 1 ,2 4; Pep Club 2.4. JANET DAVIS St. Albert The Great Lab Assistant 2; Library Assistant 2,4; Pep Club 4. TRUDY ECKERT Sf. James Homeroom Officer 3; Perfect Attendance 1,2.3; Y.C.S. 3; Pep Club 2. TERRYL DONOHUE $r. Augustine Library Assistant 3 4; Y.C.S. 3,4; Chorus 1.2,3,4; GAA 3. CATHERINE DYE St. Augustine Cafeteria 2; French Club 2,3; Homeroom Officer 2,3,4; Honor Roll 1; Honor Service Letter 3; Letterman ' s Club 3,4; Paper Staff 2,3,4; Perfect Attendance 4; Speech 4; Student Council 2; Talent Show 2,4; Y.C.S. 2,3; Chorus 1.2,3,4; Offi¬ cer 3; Senior Officiol 3; Triple Trio 2,3,4; G.AA 3; Pep Club 4; Prom Committee 1,2; City Paper Correspondent 4. CHRIS DOUGLASS Queen of Peace Audio Visual 2; Homeroom Officer 1,2; Pep Club 2- 65 " Now, let ' s all say the homeroom pledge. " MARIBETH FARNHAM Our Lady of Assumption Art Club 2; French Club 2; Prom Committee 1. UAL FIELD St. Henry Baseball ?; Homeroom Officer 1,2,3,4; Intro- murals 3; Lob Assistant 2; Paper Stoff 4; Se¬ nior Official 4; Student Council 2; Talent Show 4; Y.C.S. 3.4. Pep Club 4. DAVID FLEMING Blessed Sacrament Intramurals 4. Subiero 1,2,3. DONNA EDWARDS Queen of Peace Cafeteria 2,3.4, French Club 2; Honor Service letter 3; Library Assistant 1, 2.3,4; Officer 3; Paper Stoff 3; Perfect Attendance 1,2,3; Tolent Show 2; Cho¬ rus 2.3; Triple Trio 2,3; GAA 3,4. MICHAEL FIETSAM St. Luke Homeroom Officer 1; Honor Roll 1; Tolent Show 3,4; Y.C.S. 2.3,4, Chorus 1,2. JUDI FRAWLEY Our Lady of Assumption Office Worker 4; Fashion Show 2; Chorus 1; Prom Committee 1.2. 66 WESLEY FRICK Sr. Luke Debate 1; Intramurals 2,3,4; Y.C.S. 2,3. GARY FRIERDICH St. Augustine St. Henry 1,2; Y.CS. 3; Baseball I, Basketball 1 , 2 . Caught you peeking! LINDA FRIERDICH Sr. James Honor Roll 3, Perfect attendance 1,2,3 4; Y.CS. 3; Pep Club 3. KENNITH FUHRMANN Sr. Mar JERRY FROMME Sr. Liborius Band 1,2; Perfect Attendance 1.2,3.4; Yearbook 4. SUSAN GAA Sr. Augustine Art Club 2; French Club 2; Homeroom Officer 1,3,4; Honor Roll 3; Honor Service letter 3, letterman ' s Club 3,4; library Assistant I; Paper Staff 2.3; Perfect Attendance 1,3,4; Se¬ nior Official 4; Student Council 4; Talent Show 2,3,4; Y.C.S. 3; Chorus 2,3,4; Officer 3.4; Triple Trio 2,3,4; Prom Commit tee 1,2; GAA. 3; Pep Club 4. DAVID GASS Cathedral Football 1; Homeroom Officer 1,2,4; Intramurols 1,3; li¬ brary Assistant 2; Chaminade 1; Y.C.S. 3; Pep Club 2. DONALD GASS Sf. Augustine Bond 1; Cafeterio 4 ; Football I 67 DAVID GIFFORD $f. Luke Baseball 1.2,3,4. Basketball 1,2,3.4; Foot- ball 1; Homeroom Officer 1,2,3,4; Honor Service Letter 4; Letterman ' s Club 3,4; Officer 4; Student Council 3.4; Officer 4; Y.C.S. 1,2,3. JAMES GEIGER Sr. Henry Art Club 3,4, Band 1,2; French Club 1; Homeroom Officer 4; Honor Roll I; Intramurals 4; Lob Assistant 2; Library Assistont 4; Track 1; Y.C.S. 1,2. MARY ANN GENETTI Queen of Peace Art Club 3; Debate 1,3; Homeroom Officer 1; Honor Roll 3. Honor Service Letter 3; Letterman ' s Club 3,4; Paper Staff 1,2,3,4; Senior Official 3,4; Speech 2,3.4. Officer 2,3,4; Tolent Shaw 1.2.4; Y.C.S. 2,3,4; Girls’ Court Recorder 3; Court Judge 4, GAA. 4; Chorus 1,2,4; Junior Clots Play 3; Newspaper Correspondent 4. Guidance Worker 2. JOHN GIFFORD Cathedral Art Club 3,4; Basketball Manager 1; Honor Roll 1,2,3; Honor Service Letter 3. Lab Assistant 3; N.H.S. 2,3,4, Officer 3,4, Paper Staff 3.4; Editor 3,4; Student Council 2; Y.C.S. 2,3,4. DONNA GILTNER St. Clare Debate 1; Perfect Attendance 3; Year¬ book 3; GAA. 3, Fashion Show 2; Prom Committee 1,2. NORMAN GRAU St. James Perfect Attendance 1,2,4; Mater Dei I. Cathy looks pleased with someone. JAMES GUENTHER St. Henry Honor Roll 1,2,4; Library Assistant 2; N.H.S. 2,3; Perfect Attendance 3,4; Y.C.S. 3; Bodge Club 1; Chorus 3; Lob Assistant 3. MICHAEL GREGOR Blessed Sacrament Baseball 1; Intromurols 2,3,4; Perfect At¬ tendance 2,3; Y.C.S. 3,4. KEVIN HALLORAN Sf. Henry Homeroom Officer 3; Perfect At¬ tendance 1; Yearbook 3; Y.C.S. 3; Pep Club 4. ROBERT HARTER Sr. Mary Art Club 3.4; Bond 1.2; Y.C.S. 3. JAMES HATZEL Sr. James Intramurals 1,4. CATHY HARRIS Queen of Peace Art Club 2; Comero Club 2. French Club 1,2,3; Lob Assistant 3; Paper Staff 1,2.3,4; Talent Show 2.3,4; Yearbook 2,3 4; Y.C.S. 3, Chorus I. 2,3,4; Prom Committee 1,2,3; Pep Club 1.2,3.4; Tutor Club 3,4; GAA 3,4. DIANA HAUKAPP Sr. Clare Cafeterio 2. Perfect Attendance 1.2.3; Talent Show 4 ; Chorus 1 . 4 , Pep Club 2. 69 MARGARET HAUSMANN Queen of Peace French Club 2,3; Homeroom Offi¬ cer I; Honor Roll 2; Honor Service lener 3, Lob Assistant 2,3,4, Paper Staff 2,3; Perfect Attendance 1,2.3; G.AA. 3,4. EDWARD HEET Sf. Mary Bond 1,2; Honor Roll 1,2; Perfect Attendance 1,3 4; Y.C.S. 3,4. DANIEL HAYES Blessed Sacrament Basketball Statistician 4; Debate 3; Intramurals 2,3,4, Latin Club 3.4; Honor Service Letter 3; Office Worker 4; Paper Staff 3,4; Speech 4, Student Council Officer 4; Trock 3,4; Y.C.S. 2,3,4, Pep Club 3.4; Junior Play 3; St. Henry 1; Yearbook Editor 3,4. JEANNE HEAD Queen of Peace Art Club 3,4; Perfect Attendance I, 2,3.4. Y.C.S. 1.3; Yeorbook 1.3. Cho¬ rus 1.2; Pep Club 2,3,4. DANIEL HELFRICH St.John the Baptist Chorus 3; Baseball 1,2,3.4; Intro- murals 3; Lettermen ' s Club 2,3,4; Library Assistant 3; Perfect At¬ tendance 3, Pep Club 3,4. MICHAEL HIGGENS Sf. Henry Art Club 3. Basketball Manager 3; Intramurals 2; Paper Staff 3; Tal¬ ent Show 1, Trock I; Y.C.S. 1,3; Pep Club 3,4. MICHAEL HEISLER Sr. Teresa Homeroom Officer 1; Honor Roll 1; Intramurals 1,2,3,4, Pep Club 2; Per¬ fect Attendance 4; Y.C.S. 1,3,4. ARLOU HELFRICH Sr. Michael Cofeteria 2,3; Honor Roll 2; Library Assistant 4; Office Worker 3; Perfect Attendance 3; Sacristan I. You know she is only posing! 70 MICHAEL HOERNIS Cathedral Baseball Manager 1; Inframurals 1,3,4; Perfect Attendance 1,2,3,4; Y.C.S. 2,3.4, Pep Club 3,4. LARRY HOFF Queen of Peace Baseball 1; Basketball 1,2; Football 1,2; Homeroom Officer 1,2,3,4; Honor Service Letter 4, Intramural 1,2,3,4, Letterman ' Club 4, Paper Staff 3; Senior Official 4; Speech 4; Student Council 3; Talent Show 4; Track 1; Yearbook 3; Y.C.S. 3; Pep Club 3. Althoff ' 67 Crime Fighters MICHAEL HOPFINGER St. Mary Art Club 3,4; Y.C.S. 3. KAREN HUBER Holy Childhood Cafeteria 3; Honor Roll 3; Perfect At¬ tendance 3,- Urtuline Aspirant 1,2, U.C.S. 3. MICHAEL HOFFMANN St. Theresa Basketboll Statistician 2,3; Homeroom Officer 4; Honor Roll I; Intramural 1,2, 3.4, Senior Official 4; Officer 4; Student Council 2, Talent Show 4; Y.C.S. 1; Pep Club 2. JACKIE HULL St. Albert the Great Art Club 3; Honor Roll 3. North Syracuse Central High School 1,2; Yearbook 4; G.A.A. 2,3,4. Chorus 1.4, Guidonce 4 71 THOMAS M. JOHNSON Cothedral Horn room Officer 3,4. LINDA JANKOWSKI St. Albert the Great Homeroom Officer 1,2,3,4; Honor Roll 3; Honor Service Lot- ter 3; Lettermon ' s Club 3,4; Office Worker 3; Paper Staff 2,3; Perfect Attendance 1,3,4; Senior Official 3,4; Officor 4; Student Council 2.4; Yoorbook 1, Y.C.S. 2JS; Chorus 3; Ju¬ nior Ploy 3; Pop Club 1,3,4. RICHARD JANSSEN St. Joseph Basketball 1,3; Football 2,3; Homeroom Officer 2.3,4 Honor Service Letter 4; Intramural 3,4; librory Assistant 3 Office Worker 4 ; Paper Staff 4; Student Council Officer 4 Y.C.S. 1,3,4; Guidonce Helper 2,3; Pep Club Officer 4. THOMAS J. JOHNSON Queen of Peace Baseball 1,2,3,4; Basketball 1,2,3,4; Homeroom Officer 1,2; Leftermon ' s Club 3,4; Track 1; Y.C.S. 2,4; Golf 4; Footboll 1,2,3,4. EUGENE KAELIN STEVEN KAISER Blessed Sacrament St. Mary Paper Staff 4; Perfect Attendance Perfect Attendance 2,3; Chorus 1, 3,4; Augustinian Academy 1,2; Y.C.S. 2,3,4. 3,4; Chorus 4; Tutor 4. THOMAS KANZLER Cathedral Y.C.S. 3; Student Council Representative 4. MICHAEL KARFS St. Augustine Lob Assistant 2; Chorus 1,2,3,4; Office Worker 3,4. 72 KEVIN KARR St. Henry Homeroom Officer 3,4; Intramural 2,3,4; Lab Assistant 2; Talent Show 2,4; Y.C.S. 3; Pep Club 1,2,3 4. MALCOLM KATT Blessed Sacrament Homeroom Officer 1,2,3; Intramural 2; Paper Staff 3; Yearbook 2. KATHY KERNAN St. Augustine Art Club 2; Homeroom Officer 4; GAJK. 3; Prom Committee 1,2. A shot through an open door of knowledge. EUGENE KISH Cothederol Band 1,2,3,4; Homeroom Of¬ ficer 3; Honor Roll 1.2; Per¬ fect Attendance 1,3; Pep Club 4. MICHAEL KLINKHAMER Sr. Luke Baseball 2; French Club 3, Homeroom Officer 1,3; Intro- mural 2; lettermen ' Club 3,4; Senior Official 4; Golf 3. TOM KLOESS St. Mary Baseball 1.2,3,4, Basketball 1,2,3,4; Homeroom Officer 2; Intramural 1,2; Lettermon ' s Club 4; Senior Official 4. BECKY KIRN Queen of Peace Art Club 2; French Club 2; Homeroom Officer 2; Honor Roll 1,2,3; Honor Service Letter 2; Lettermen Club 2,3,4; N.H.S. 2,3,4; Paper Staff 3, Student Council Offi¬ cer 3,4; Talent Show 2,3,4; Y.C.S. 1,2,3; Prom Committee 1,2; Cheerleader 1, 2,3,4; G-AA. 3; Senior Official 3,4; Tutor Club 3. MARY ANNE KLYM St. Albert The Great French Club 2; Honor Roll 4,- Perfect Attendance 4; Chorus 3.4, G.AA 3. 73 STEVE KOENIG Sr. Luke Art Club 3; Football 1,2; Homoroom Officer 1.2,3; Intramur¬ al 3; Paper Staff 3; Trock 1. ALAN KOLAKOWSKI St. Mary Football 2.3,4; Intramural 2,3.4; Y.C.S. 2,3; Pep Club 2,4 JERRY KOLDA St. Henry Baseball Statistician 2; Honor Service Letter 4; Intramural 1,2,3,4; Letterman ' ft Club 4, Paper Staff 1,2,3.4; Perfect Attendance 4; Y.C.S. 1,2.4; Golf 3.4, Pep Club 1.2,3,4. ROBERT KOLB Immaculate Conception Intromural 2,3,4; Perfect Attendance 2 .3.4; Y.C.S. 3,4. The studious! MICHAEL KOSTELAC Sr. James Football 2,3,4; Homeroom Officer 4; Intramural 2,3,4; Lab Assistant 2, Lettermon ' s Club 3,4; Y.C.S. 3; Pep Club 1,2,3,4. LARRY KRUPP Sr. Augustine Honor Roll 2,3,4; Lab Assistant 2; N.H.S. 3.4, Officer 4; Y.CS. 2,3,4, Bridge Club 1 , 2 . JAMES KRAMER Queen of Peace Art Club 3,4, Honor Roll 2; Perfect Attendance 3. KENNITH KRAUSZ Holy Childhood Honor Roll 2,3,4; Latin Club 3,4; Library Assistant 2,3,4; Of fker 3,4; N.H.S. 2,3,4; Perfect Attendance 1,3; Y.C.S. 3,4. CHRIS LANG Holy Childhood French Club 2; Homeroom Officer 1,2,4; Honor Service Let¬ ter 3; Library Asst. 2; Talent Show 1,2,3,4; Y.C.S. 3; Chorus 1,2.3 4, Triple Trio 2,3,4; Chorus Officer 3,4, G.A.A. 3.4; Pep Club 3,4; Prom Committee 1,2,4. JOYCE LANGHAUSER Sr. Clare Art Club 1; French Club 2; Perfect Attendance 4; Talent Show 4; Y.C.S. 3; Guidance Assistant 3; Chorus 1,3; G.A.A. 3. BERNADINE LABLANCE St. Albert the Great Art Club 2,3,4; Audio Visual 3; French Club 2. Chorus 1,2,3,4; G.A.A. 3,4. TERRY LANTER Cathedral Honor Roll 1. Perfect Attendance 1.2; Tu¬ toring 3. KENT LANTER Queen of Peace Art Club 4; Honor Roll 1,2.3,4; Honor Serv¬ ice Letter 4, Lab Asst. 2.3; N.H.S. 2,3,4; Perfect Attendance 1,2,3,4; Senior Offi¬ cial 4; Y.C.S. 2,3,4; Bridge Club 1,2; Cho¬ rus 3 4; Pep Club 3,4. RANDY LUCASH Sf. Joseph Baseball 2. Basketball 1,2, Footboll 1.2; Honor Roll 1,2,3,4; Latin Club 3.4, Perfect Attendance 1,2,3,4; Senior Official 4; Y.C.S. 3. Pep Club 4. An example of Pep Club spirit. ROBERT LUCASH St. Joseph Baseball 1.2,3,4; Basketball 1.2,3,4; Clots Officer 4, Football 1,2; Home¬ room Officer 1,2,3,4; Honor Service Letter 3; Latin Club 3; Lettermen ' s Club 2,3,4; Library Assistant 3, Per¬ fect Attendance 1,2; Student Council We must have won. Officer 4 ; Y.C.S. 2,3. MICHAEL MACKIN Queen of Peace Art Club 3,4; Cafeteria 2; Debate 3; Foot¬ ball 2; Honor Roll 3; Intromurols 1,2,3,4; Paper Staff 3,4; Speech 4; Track 1.2,3,4; Y.C.S. 3,4; Pep Club 4; Drama Club 4; Chorus 2,3,4; Yearbook 4. THOMAS LUEBBEN Queen of Peace Debate 1; Homeroom Officer 2,3; Office Worker 4; Perfect Attendance 1,2,3; Stu¬ dent Council 3; Paper Staff 3,4; Talent Show 4; Junior Ploy 3; Chorus 3,4; Y.C.S. 2,3,4; Tutoring 3,4. MARYJO LUSZOWSKI St. Adalbert Honor Roll 2; Latin Club 4; Library Assist¬ ant 3,4; Library Officer 4; Perfect Attend¬ ance 1.2,3,4; Y.C.S. 3,4. JOHN MAHER Queen of Peace PETER MAUL St. Augustine Class Officer 4; Football 2; French Club 2,3; Homeroom Officer 2,3; Honor Roll 1,2,3,4; Honor Service Letter 4; In¬ tramurals 1,3,4; Lettermen ' s Club 2,3,4; N.H.S. 3,4; Perfect Attendance 1,2,4; Student Council 2; Trock 1,2,3,4, Year¬ book Editor 3,4; Y.C.S. 3,4; Chorus 3; Bridge Club 1; Pep Club 3,4. KENNETH McDADE St. Mary Art Club 3,4, Basketball Manager 2; Intromurol 4 PATRICIA McCARRON St. Augustine French Club 2,3; Honor Roll 1,2; Honor Service Letter 3; N.H.S. 2,3,4, Speech 2,3; Talent Show 3, Yearbook 1,2,3,4; Editor 3.4; Y.C.S. 2,3; Chorus 1,2,3,4; Triple Trio 2,3; Pep Club 1,2. 76 MITCHELL MEZYK Sf. Henry BERNARD MILLER Cathedral Band 2,3,4; Basketball Statistician 4; In¬ tramurals 3,4; Letterman ' s Club 4; Perfect Attendance 1,2,3,4; Track 1,2,3,4; Y.C.S. 3. TERRY MILLER Immaculate Conception Boseball 2,3,4; Intromurals 2,3,4. CAROL MICHAELIS Queen of Peace Library Assistant 2.3; Perfect Attendance 1; Talent Show 2,3; Yearbook 2,3,4; Editor 3,4; Y.C.S. 3; Chorus 2,3,4; GAA 3; Pep Club 3. GORDAN MOFFITT Sf. Clore Baseball 2; Homeroom Officer 3; Honor Roll 2; Intromurals 3. MICHAEL MORRIS St. Augustine Homeroom Officer 1,2,3; Honor Roll 1,3,4; Intromurals 1, 2,3,4; Lob Assistant 2; Latin Club Officer 3,4; Perfect At¬ tendance 2,3,4; Y.C.S. 1,2.3,4; Golf 3.4. JEANNE MONGAN Sf. Augustine Art Club 2; Cafeteria 3; Camera Club 2; French Club 2; Honor Roll 3; Perfect At¬ tendance 1,2,3, Speech 3,4; Yeorbook 3. 77 BARBARA MUELLER Queen of Peace Art Club 2; French Club 2; Homeroom Officer 2; Honor Roll 2,4; Honor Service Letter 2; Lettermen ' s Club 2,3,4; N.H.S. 2.3,4; Paper Staff 2,3,4, Perfect Attend¬ ance 2; Student Council 1; Talent Show 1.2,3,4; Cheerleader 1,2,3,4, Captain 4; GAA 2; Junior Official 3; Chorus 1,2; Pep Club 4; Prom Committee 1,2. Barb won ' t slow down even for a picture. JAMES MUELLER St. Lukes Camera 2; Debate 1; Honor Roll 2,3,4; Latin Club 3,4; N.H.S. 2,3,4; Poper Staff 3,4; Perfect Attendance 1,2,3,4; Senior Officiol 4; Y.C.S. 2.3; Pep Club 4. PAUL MUELLER St. Augustine Honor Roll 2; Intramurols 1,2,3; Perfect Attendance 1.2,3; Y.C.S. 3,4; Sodality 1,2. JANET MUETH St. Michael Cafeterio 2,3; Honor Roll 1,2,3; N.H.S. 3,4; Perfect Attendance 2.3; Y.C.S. 2,3; Socristy 1. WILLIAM MUELLER St. Henry Art Club 3; Homeroom Officer 1; Intro- murals 1,2. PAUL MUETH St. Liboriut Honor Roll 1,2; Lob Assistant 2; Sodality 2. MICHAEL MUNIE St. Mary Art Club 3, French Club 3; Honor Roll 1.2.3,4. Lob Assistant 2,3,4; N.H.S. 3,4; Bridge d«K t. Tutoring 2,3. ROSEMARY MUNIE St. Albert the Great Cafeteria 2,3; French Club 2,3; Honor Roil 1,2.3; N.H.S. 2.3,4. 78 FRED NADLER Sr. Agatha librory Assistant 4; Perfect Attendance 1,2,3.4; Y.C.S. 2,4; Pep Club 2,3,4. MYRA NEFF Sr. Michael Library Assistant 2,3; Precious Blood High School 1,2,3; Y.C.S. 2,3; Chorus 3. DAVID MUSSO Sr. Tereso Band 1,2; Baseball 1,2,3,4; Cafeteria 1; Football 1,2,3,4; Homeroom Officer 3; Honor Service Letter 4; Letterman ' s Club 3,4; Senior Official 4; Talent Show 1; Pep Club 2,3,4. ROBERT NEFF Cathedral Art Club 3; Bond 1; Debate 1,2,3; Honor Service Letter 3; Intramurals 2,3,4; Letterman’s Club 4; Librory Assistant 2; Paper Staff 2,3,4; Speech 1,2,3,4; Yearbook 1,3,4; Editor 3,4; Y.C.S. 3,4; Debate Officer 3; Newspaper Correspond¬ ent 4, Junior Play 3; Golf 3,4; Tutoring 3,4. Interesting, isn ' t it, Ron. RICHARD NIXON Sf. Henry Art Club 2. Baseball 1. Bosketball Statisti¬ cian 4; Football 1,2; Homeroom Officer 1,2,4; Intromurals 1,2,3; Library Assistant 2.3, Talent Show 4, Pep Club 1,2.3. RONALD NEFF Sf. Mary Basketball Manager 2,3,4; Cafeteria 3; Football Manoger 3; Intromurals 2; Letterman ' s Club 3 4; Senior Official 4; Bridge Club 1; Chorus 1. LINDA NOTA Our Lady of Assumption Art Club 2; Comoro 3; French Club 2; Office Worker 4; Poper Staff 3; Speech 4; Officer 4; Y.C.S. 3; Junior Play 3; G.A.A. 3,4; Chorus 2,3. EILEEN NOWAK Our Lady of Assumption French Club 2,3; Perfect Attendance 1,2,3,4. STEPHEN NEUBLING St Joseph Homtroom Officer 2; Honor Roll 3,4; Y.S.C. 2; Chorus 2.3. " Barb, please do your homework at home. " C ROLYN OBERNUEFEMANN St. Clare French Club 2; Homeroom Officer 4; Honor Roll 1, 2.3,4; N.H.S. 2,3,4. MARY OBERNUEFEMANN St. Augustine Audio Visual 3; Cafeteria 2, French Club 2; Poper Staff 4, Speech 3; Yearbook 4; Y.C.S. 1,2; Guidance Office 4. DIANNE OBERNUEFEMANN St. Clare Cafeteria 2.3; French Club 2; Honor Roll 2,3; N.H.S. 3,4; Perfect Attendance 1,2,3; B.AA 3,4. BRENDA OETJEN Sf. Augustine French Club 2; Library Assistant 1,2; Perfect Attendance 4 ; Talent Show 1,2,3; Yeorbook 1,3; Y.C.S. 1,3; G.A.A. 3; Chorus 1,2,3; Triple Trio 3,4, Pep Club 2. MICHAEL O ' MEARA Holy Childhood Boseboll 2; Football 1,2,3; French Club 3; Honor Roll 3, Trock 1,4, Pep Club 3,4. VERNON OBERMEIER Cathedral Football 1; Homeroom Officer 1 . DIANE OMELSON St. Albert the Great Art Club 2,3; Camera 2; French Club 2; Honor Roll 2,3; Honor Service Let¬ ter 4; Perfect Attendance 2,3; Speech 3,4. Y.C.S 3. G.AA. 3.4, Offi¬ cer 4. Chorus 1.2,3,4, Officer 2; Ju¬ nior Ploy 3. 80 SUE O ' NEILL Queen of Peace Library Assistant 4; Perfect Attendance 1; Yearbook 3; Y.C.S. 3; Chorus 1,3,4; GA.A. 3. DEBBIE PARKER Sr. Albert the Great CIom Officer 4; French Club 2; Homeroom Officer 1,2,3; Honor Service Letter 3; N.H.S. 2,3,4; Paper Staff 3,4; Perfect Attendance 1,2.3,4; Senior Official 4; Talent Show 2; Y.C.S. 2,3; Chorus 1,2,3,4; Triple Trio 2,3,4; Pep Club 1,2; Chorus Officer 2.4. EUGENE OULVEY iletsed Sacrament Perfect Attendance 3, Assumption High School I DOTTIE PAJARES Immaculate Conception Cafeteria 2,3,4; Lab Assistant 3; Library Assistant 2.3 4; Officer 3; Perfect Attendance 1.2,3,4; Yearbook 3; Y.C.S. 3 4; GAA. 3 4; Junior Play 3. Mr. Beine said something funny? GERRY PAOLI St. Mary Cafeteria 1,2; Intromurols 1.2,3.4; Perfect Attendance 2; Talent 4; Pep Club 3. • I r DIANNE QUIRIN Sr. John the Baptist N.H.S. 2.3.4; Chorus 1,4. JAMES REIFSCHNEIDER Cathedral Band 1,2,3.4; Intromurals 3; Pep Band 4. TERRY RANDLE Cathedral Honor Roll 1; Paper Staff 2; Y.C.S. 2,3. The Thinking!!! HOWARD REINIGER Cathedral Art Club 3,4; Basketball Manager 3; In- tromurals 2; Library Assistant 1.2,3,4; Per¬ fect Attendance 1. MARGARET QUINTIN St. Albert the Great Art Club 2; Audio Visual 2; French Club 3; Honor Roll 3; N.H.S. 3,4; Office Worker 4; Perfect Attendance 1,2; Speech 2,3; Bridge Club 1; Chorus 3; Guidance Committee 4; Junior Play 3. Cothedral Art Club 3; Homeroom Officer 3; Intra¬ murals 3. Lab Assistant 2; Senior Official 4; Talent Show 4; Yearbook 1,4; Y.CS. 2,3,4; Pep Club 4. 82 TERRY RETTLE St. Henry Silence is golden. KATHLEEN REUSS St. Liboriux Perfect Attendance 2. BARBARA RIEBELING St. John the Baptist Perfect Attendance 1,2,3,4. PATRICK ROTH Cathedral Boteball 1.2,3.4, Basketball 1,2; Footboll 1,2.3.4; Homeroom Officer 1,2,3,4; Honor Service Letter 4; Let- terman ' t Club 2,3,4, Officer 4; Per- ect Attendance 1,2,4; Senior Official 4; Officer 4; Student Council 2,3,4; Officer 3,4; Talent Show 1; Y.C.S. 1,2,3.4; Football Co-Coptoin 4. 83 Two office sentinels, Althoff ' s pony express. DON SAVAGE Queen of Peace Art Club 3,4; Library Assistant 3. DONNA SCHAEFER St. John the Baptist Homeroom Officer 4; Honor Roll 3,4; Perfect Attendance 1.2.3.4; Talent SHow 4; Chorus 1,4. CHRISTINE SALLADE St. Augustine Cafeteria 2,3; French Club 2; Y.C.S. 3 4; Prom Committee 1 . St. Mary Football 1 , 2 ; Homeroom Officer 2 ; Intro- PAUL SCHAEFER murals 1,2,3,4; Lob Assistant 2. 5 0 j e Baseball 2; Basketball 2; Cafeteria 2; . Football I; Manager 2; Homeroom Offi¬ cer 1,3,4; Honor Roll 1,2; Intromurals 1, Z3.4; Latin Club 3 4; Officer 4 ; Student Council 4; Y.C.S. 1,2; Pep Club 3. RICHARD SCHAEFER St. Luke Intromurals 1,2,3 4; lab Assistant 3. Latin Club 3 4, Poper Staff 3,4; Senior Officiol 4, Track 4; Y.C.S. 2,3. 84 — THOMAS SCHEIBEL St. lute Office Worker 3; Poper Staff 3,4; Perfect Attendance 1; Chorus l,2,3,4; Bridge Club 1. I ' m going to the retreat. Are you? WAYNE SCHER Sr. Teresa Baseball 1,2; Bosketball 1, Football 1.2.3.4. Homeroom Officer 1,2; Intramurals 2,3; Lettermon ' s Club 3,4; Officer 4; Senior Official 4. Pep Club 2,3,4. DAVID SCHMIDT Sr. Augustine Homeroom Officer 1; Intramurals 1,2,3,4; Perfect Attend once 1,2,3,4. GARY SCHMIDT Cathedral Intramurals 1,2,3,4, Perfect Attendance 1. SUE SCHOENDIENST St. Augusfine Art Club 2; French Club 2; Homeroom Officer 1,2; Honor Roll 3; N.H.S. 3.4; Per¬ fect Attendance 3; Y.C.S. 1.3; Prom Committee 1,2,3; GAA. 3. MICHAEL SCHOMBER Sr. Mary Bond 1, Football 1,2; Homeroom Officer 2,3; Intromuralt 2. JOANN SCHWAEGEL Sr. Clan Frence Club 2; Homeroom Officer 3; Office Worker 3,4; Poper Staff 3; Perfect Attendance 1,2; GAA. 3,4, Chorus 1,2,3; Prom Committee 1,2; Tutoring Club 3. LARRY SCHUBERT Sr. James Cafeteria 2; Honor Roll 2; Intramurals 2,4; Office Worker 3; Yearbook Staff 2. 85 DANIEL SCHWEMMER Cathedral Art Club 4; Bond Officer 3,4; Bond 1, 2,3,4; Football Manager 1; Homeroom Officer 4; Intramural 1,3 4; Senior Offi¬ cial 4; Trock 1,2,3,4; Y.C.S. 3,4, Pep Club STEVEN SEIBERT St. Augustine Bond 1.2,3,4; Baseball I; Football 2; Homeroom Officer 2,3,4; Honor Service Letter 4; Intramural 1,2,3,4, Paper Staff 2,3,4; Perfect Attendance 1,2,3,4; Student Council 2, Yearbook 3,4; Editor 3.4; Y.C.S. 2,3,4; Pep Club 3,4. JAMES SIEGEL Holy Childhood St. Henry ' Prep 1.2.3; Yearbook 4. LAWRENCE SEIPP St. Clare Office Worker 4; Perfect Attendance 1.2,3 4. GLENDA SHERMAN Queen of Peace Art Club 3; Camero Club 2, French Club 2,3; Homeroom Officer 3,4; Honor Roll 1.2.3; Honor Service Letter 3; Letter- man ' Club 3,4; N.H.S. 3,4; Paper Stoff 3, Perfect Attend¬ ance 1,2,3; Senior Official 3,4, Y.C.S. 1,3; Choru 1 ,2,3 4; G.A.A. 3,4; Girl Art Club 2. Pep Club 2,3,4. Junior Play 3. MICHAEL SKAER Sf. Joseph Basketball 1,2,3,4; Class Officer 4; Homeroom Officer 1,2; Honor Roll 1,2,3,4; Honor Service Letter 4. Itin Club 3; Let- termen Club 3,4 N.H.S. 4 ; Perfect Attendance ».2.3,4; Se¬ nior Official 4; Student Council 3; Y.C.S. 1.2.3. 86 WILLIAM SOBCZAK Cathedral Football 2,3,4; Homoroom Officer 2,3; In¬ tramural 1,2,3,4; letter men ' Club 3.4; Y.C.S. 2.3, Pep Club 3. JOSEPH STABILE Sacred Heart Football 1,2,3; French Club 3,4; Honor Roll 1,2,3,4; Honor Service Letter 4; Lob Assist¬ ant 2,3,4; N.H.S. 2,3,4; Paper Staff 4; WILLIAM STEIN Y-C.S. 2; Chorus 3,4. Cathedral Band 1,2,3; Honor Roll 2,3; Intramurals 2,3,4; Perfect Attendance 1,2. JOSEPH STEIN St. Mary Homeroom Officer 1; Intramurals 1,2,3,4; Trock 4. Grinning Country folk. DAVED STROOT St. Luke Pep Club 2,3; Intramural 2,3,4; Poper Staff 3.4; Perfect Attendance 2; Speech Y.C.S. 3,4, Sodality 1.2. RAYMOND SWEDO Queen of Peace Art Club 3; Audio-Visual 1,2,3,4; Office Worker 3. 87 WAYNE THOMAN St. Mary Golf 3,4. Official 4; Y.C.S 2. ROLAND THOUVENOT Sr. Teresa Bond 1,2,3; Honor Roll 3; Intramural 2. LARRY TOAAASOVICH 61 Socroment Bateball 1,2.3 4; Football 1,2; French Club 4; Homeroom Officer 1,3; Intra¬ mural 1,2,3,4, tettermon ' Club 3 4; Perfect Attendance 2,3,4; Senior Of¬ ficial 4; Y.C.S. 1.2. TERRY TRUE Cathedral Debate 1,2; Intramural 2,3. CHRISTAPHER VEREMAKIS Sf. Henry Honor Roll 3.4; Latin Club 3.4; N.H.S. 3,4; Paper Staff 3.4; Editor 3,4, Student Council 4; Fair Field Prep 1,2; Y.C.S. 3; Pep Club 4. Jerry should be reading a text book. MARSHA VOLLMER St. Jome i Honor Roll 3,4; Perfect Attendance 4; Talent Show 4; Homeroom Committee 2,3; Chorus 1. KENNETH WALLER St. Anthony MARY WACHTEL Sf. Micheal Cafeteria 2,3; Honor Roll 1,2; Library As¬ sistant 4; Perfect Attendance I. CATHY WEBER Sf. John the Baptist Homeroom Officer 4; Library Assistant 1,2,3; Talent Show 4; Y.C.S. 1,3, GAA 3,4; Chorus 1,2. JAMES WEBB Sf. Teresa Bas eball 1,2; Basketball 1,2; Homeroom Officer 1, Intra¬ murals 1,2,3,4; Pep Club 3. MARY WARHOOVER Sf. C ore French Club 2; Honor Roll 3. JOANN WEBER Sf. Anthony JAMES WITT St. Tereso Perfect Aftendonce 1,2; Y.C.S. 1. JAMES WOLF Sr. Henry Baseball 1,2; Football 1; Homeroom Officer 1,2,4; Intromurals 1,2,3.4; Perfect Attendance 2,3; Senior Offi¬ cial 4; Y.C.S. 3; Pep Club 2,3,4. CATHY WOLFERSBERGER Holy Childhood Homeroom Officer 3,4; Honor Roll 3,4; Senior Official 4; Talent Show 4; Urtuline Aspirancy 1,2; Y.C.S. 3. ROSALIE WOLFERSBERGER Sr. Clare Art Club 3; French Club 2,3; Honor Roll 1,2,3,4; N.H.S. 2.3.4. Student Council 1; Yearbook 4; Y.C.S. 3.4; Girl Official 3; GAA 3.4 A Candid Shot of Snoopy ' s Co-Pilot CHRIS WOLFERSBERGER Sr. Clare French Club 2; Homeroom Officer 3; Honor Roll 3, Office Worker 3. Paper Stoff 3,4; Y.C.S. 3; GAA 3,4, Chorus 1,2; Prom Committee 4. CAROLYN WOOD . Our Lady of Assumption Homeroom Officer 4, Senior Official 4; Speech 3,4; Talent Show 4; Y.C.S. 3; Guidance Worker 2.3. 90 TERRYL WEGENER St. Albert the Great Art Club 3; Debate 3; Honor Roll 2; Latin Club 3; Office Worker 3; Perfect Attend¬ ance 1,2.3; Sodality 1,2; Paper Staff 3. JEANNE WHITEHEAD Queen of Peace Art Club 2; French Club 2; Honor Roll 2; Homeroom Officer 4; N.H.S. 3,4; Lettermen ' s Club 2,3,4; Paper Staff 2,3; Se¬ nior Official 4; Talent Show 1,2,3 4; Cheerleader 1,2,3,4; Y.C.S. 3 4 ; Chorus 1,2; Pep Club 2,3,4. GAA. 3. ART WIESEN Cathedral Art Club 4; Band 4; Homeroom Officer 1; Intramurals 1,2,3,4; Lettermen ' s Club 2,3,4; Student Council l; Track 1,2,3,4; Y.C.S. 3,4. Another job for Mr. Clean? CECELIA WILLIAMS St. Stevent Art Club 4; Chorus 4; Pep Club 4; Marquette High 1,2,3. MARY WILLIAMS Sf. Augvtfine Latin Club 4. Champaign High 1,2,3. Holy Childhood Cafeteria 3,4; Honor Roll 3,4; Perfect At¬ tendance 4, Pep Club 4; Y.C.S. 3.4; Ursu line Aspirancy 1,2. 91 GENE WORMS Holy Childhood Inframurals 2,3,4. KATHY YAEGER Holy Childhood Cafeteria 2; French Club 2; French Club Officer 2; Homeroom Officer 1,3,4; Honor Service Letter 3; Lettermon ' s Club 4; Po- per Staff 2, Perfect Attendance 1; Senior Official 3; Student Council 3,4; Yearbook 3; Y.C.S. 1.2.3; Quod High 3,4; Quad High Officer 3; GAA. 3; G.AJC Officer 3. Pep Club 3,4; Pep Club officer 4. STEPHEN YORDY Queen of Peace Honor Roll 1,2,3,4; N.H.S. 2,3,4; Perfect Attendance 2,3,4; Senior Official 4; Track 2; Pep Club 4. ANTHONY YEAGER Cathedral Art Club 3,4. ERIC YOUNG St. Luke Debate 3; Honor Roll 1.2,3,4; Library As¬ sistant 3,4; N.H.S. 2,3,4, Perfect Attend¬ ance 3; Sodality 2; Pep Club 2,3. CHRISTOPHER ZABAWA Queen of Peace Band 2,3,4; French Club 3; Honor Roll 1,2,3; Lettermon ' s Club 3,4, N.H.S. 2,3,4; Poper Stoff 2,3,4; Yearbook 3.4; Yearbook Editor 3,4; Y.C.S. 2; Chorus 1,2,3,4; Pep Club 2,4; Bridge Club 1. MICHELLE YOUNG Queen of Peace Art Club 2; Comera Club 2; Homeroom Officer 2; Honor Roll 3,4; Tolent Show 2,3,4; Yearbook 2.3; Y.C.S. 3; G.AA Offi¬ cer 3; Chorus 3.4; Prom Committee 1,2. CHARMAINE ZAMENSKI Queen of Peace Art Club 2,3,4; Cafeteria 3; Camera Club 2; Debate Club 1; Honor Roll 1,2,3; N.H.S. 2,3,4; Paper Stoff 4; Yearbook 2,3,4; Yearbook Editor 3,4; Pep Club 3,4; Chorus 1,2; Prom Committee 1,2,3; Tutor ' s Club 4; Big Sister 4. 92 ADMINISTRATION REV. RAYMOND C. ORLET PRINCIPAL , o ' i€ A or mar 4 ' dlni ' W) v ?Je°of of ?rsr« t v, S-fV “’ , V» ' £% ,U%Vv. £,r -« 4 V s V ntr ? ' ! af ot V " _ rA A V oUr Ucs a sa i or- « ? ve» ra ' V ' ' ’g sr ' near 4 " ' nec - e0( ' ‘vess 04 „4 sor ° r ' l %e C c ' ' f f x e a 1 Si «• i J _ . “£ ' °£ V;£V a . £5 V »» an .,« al« oa ioav ?? vo- »oe v 4 ' - vU Ci e 4 ° S nv " ' j Sa 1 W ef4S S $S ?$S£ S? ‘ ..- JL- v» a daP c ,. ' ST aoK’ orV La t, 56 ' +3tefr °° u o d aV 0 O Co . 4 , % £ .A V ' mar « U ? £ va- rf ' S ' foV Vl eV „ £ cwff; ? x £r m V oUr JoA naPP V lls of 2 of -s?£ " « ssr-isri•’■ c . £ £» ■• tf 1 « 94 FR. DALY HANDLES CURRICULAR AFFAIRS MR. MCATEER OVERSEES EXTRA¬ CURRICULAR ACTIVITIES ALTHOFF BOARD OF DIRECTORS That look of quiet despair. SISTER BERNADETTE, OSU Home Economics I, II; Religion II; Moderator 2-212. SISTER CATHERINE, AdPPS English II, III; Moderator 3-111. MR. THOMAS J. BURKE English I; Business Math; Business Law; General Business; Moderator 2-110. 98 SISTER CECIUANA, SSND Mixed Chorus; General Music; Girls ' and Boys ' Chorus; Triple Trio. FATHER WILLIAM CLARK Religion II. MR. WILLIAM CLARK English I, II; Student Council Modera¬ tor; Moderator 1-114. SISTER CHARLES BORROMEO SSND Sociology-Economics; American His¬ tory; World History; Moderator 4-113. MR. GARY CHOLET English III, IV; Moderator 3-115. Better luck next year. ' ' 99 MRS. ZAIDA COIL Spanish I, II; Moderator 1-104 SR. CLOTILDA, AdPPS Head of Business Department; Short¬ hand l II; Typewriting; Moderator 2- 109 SR. DELELLIS, SSND Developmental Reading; Notehand; Speed Reading. Sister DeLellis waits for the answer. SR. DOLORES MARIE, OSU Algebra I, II; Essential Math; Geome¬ try; Moderator 1-106 FR. DONALD DUMMER, OMI Religion I; Y.C.S. Moderator; Modera¬ tor 1-109 100 MR. DAN FIZER Plane Geometry; Trig and Solid Geom¬ etry; Sophomore Football Coach; As¬ sistant Varsity Baseball Coach. MR. JACK GAGEN World Geography; Historical Geogra¬ phy; Physical Education; Freshman Football Coach; Head Varsity Track Coach. MRS. JOYCE FRANCE Drama; English I; Public Speaking; Junior and Senior Play Director; Speech and Drama Club Moderator. Mrs. Morey and Sr. Melanie discuss the progression of the French Club. MR. EDWARD GRAELISH Algebra I; Moderator 1-101. MR. JOHN GUCIARDO Head of Art Department; Art Class; Mechanical Drawing; Art Club Moder¬ ator; Pep Club Moderator; Y.C.S. Moderator; Moderator 2-115. “I think I see a blue crested warbler! " MR. MAX HAMILTON Physical Education; Athletic Director; Head Varsity Foot¬ ball Coach; Head Varsity Baseball Coach. SISTER HELEN, OSU Library Moderator; Modera¬ tor Librgry; Assistants ' Guild. 102 SISTER MARY IRENE, AdPPS English III, IV; Mission Modera¬ tor, Moderator 3-110. MR. JAMES IGEL Head of History Department; World History; History Area Studies. FATHER JACOBS Religion III; Counselor; Y.C.S. Modera¬ tor; Moderator 3-107. MR. FRED LOTZ Latin I; Spanish I; Moderator 1-113. " Who ' s the wise-guy. Deep in the shadows of chemistry lab lie the secrets of the universe. SISTER MARIE, OSU Head of Science Department; Chemis¬ try; Y.C.S. Moderator; Moderator 3- 211 . SISTER MARIE JAMES, SSND English Department Head; English IV; Bookkeeping; Faculty Council; Moder¬ ator 4-112. SISTER MARIE AUGUSTEEN, SSND Biology; Chemistry; Moderator 2-113. SISTER MARIELLA, OSU Biology; Typewriting; N.H.S. Modera¬ tor; Y.C.S. Moderator; Moderator 2 106. 104 SISTER MARJORIE BRENNAN, OSU Religion III; Moderator 3-112. FATHER JOHN W. McEVILLY Religion III, IV; Band; Y.C.S. Modera¬ tor; Pep Band; N.H.S. Moderator; Moderator 4-111. MRS. GAIL McKEAN English II. Sister Marjorie is ready to face another day. 105 Fr. Jacobs answers a pertinent question. MR. CHRIS NIEMANN Algebra II; Modern Math IV; Com¬ puter Programming. 106 Sr. Norbert delivers her history lecture for the day. SISTER OLIVIA AdPPS Latin II, III, IV; Counselor; Moderator of J.C.L.; Modera¬ tor 4-211. MR. WILLIAM ORLET World History; American and World Problems; Freshman and JV Baseball Coach; Moderator 4-115. 107 " Well, if you ask me ... FATHER CARROL PARKER, OMI Head of Religion Department; English II; Religion II; Faculty Council; Modera¬ tor 2-104. " Did I ever show you my song-and-dance routine? " SISTER PATRICK ANN, SSND Geometry; Counselor; G.A.A. Modera¬ tor; Y.C.S. Moderator; Moderator 2- 114. 108 Has an unexpected question stumped Mr. Igel? " A one, a two, a three . .. O Taunambaum ... MR. JOHN RENSING Bookkeeping; Business Economics; Typewriting; Senior Officials Modera¬ tor; Moderator 3-105. MR. JAMES RICKERT World History; YEARBOOK Moderator; Guidance Department. MR. GLENN SCHOTT Head of Physical Education Depart¬ ment; Physical Education; Assistant Varsity Football and Track Coach; Wrestling Coach. 109 MR. GARY SCHUUNE US History; American and World Prob¬ lems; Letterman ' s Club Moderator; Assistant Football Coach. Mr. Gagen compares the size of Canada with that of the U.S. MR. CARL STEPIEN Physical Education; Assistant Sopho¬ more Football Coach; Moderator 1- 115. FATHER JAMES TAYLOT, OMI Religion I, II; Moderator 2-101. MR. THOMAS VERNIER English I; Sociology; Assistant Basket¬ ball Coach; Speech Moderator; Mod¬ erator 3-113. 110 Miss JoAnn Sommers, in quest of some misplaced article. Mrs. Yordy and Mr. Haas start off each day by helping students in their business with the school. Ill t CAFETERIA PERSONNEL Pictured here are the women who are well aware that man, especially the caliber that makes up Althoff students, does not live by bread alone. Each week they prepare meals which might be served in China, the U.S., or Italy. Although the lunches have a wide variety, they never vary in quality. ALTHOFF S CAFETERIA PERSONNEL: Mrs. Marie Crarmage, Mrs. Paula Jacob, Mrs. Ida Rensing, Mrs. Hedwig Geolat, Mrs. Malinda Blaes, Mrs. Eulalia Helvey, Mrs. Cecilia Smith, Mrs. Amanda Orlet. 112 JUNIORS Gregory Andrews H-102 Deborah Archer H-111 Stephen Anich Vice-president H-115 Marcia Sue Arnold H-110 114 Jill Bannon H-111 Thomas Bauer H-107 Patricia Baechle H-110 Frederick Beaston H-113 Fred Barbeau H-105 John Becker H-105 Randy Becker Henry Behnen H-115 H-112 Joseph Benson H-102 Janet Berkel H-111 William Bertelsman H-102 Michael Beuckman H-113 Joyce Bertelsmon H-211 Henry Beykirch H-113 Carl Biegler H-105 Paul Biegler H-113 Teresa Bierbaum Student Council Rep. H-211 Patricia Blaise H-110 Louise Bollman H-110 Marcia Bollman Student Council Rep. H-111 115 Henry Brenner Vice-president H-107 Eugene Canavan Treasurer H-107 Roy Brown H-102 John Cange H-115 Mike Brueggeman H-115 William Carriel H-112 Wayne Buescher H-115 Nancy Carson President H-110 Jane Ceglinski H-111 Gary Chesley Raymond Christopher H-107 H-105 Richard Colloton Gary Cooper Donald Corrigan Michael Courtois Gregory Coyne Cindy Crannage H-102 Treasurer H-112 H-113 H-102 H-105 H-211 Daniel Davis H-107 Patricia Davlan H-IIO Mark DeAntoni H-105 Jacqueline Dickerson H-111 Harold Donovan H-112 Paul Dressier H-115 Pat Ducey H-102 Nancy Dunnigan H-21 1 Patricia Dye H-110 James Eichenseer H-112 Julie Eichenseer H-111 Charles Eisele H-113 James Emig H-113 117 Norman Etling H-1 15 Michael Fantini H-1 5 Michael Evans H-102 Otto Faulbaum H-112 Thomas Fahrner H-105 Robert Feder H-107 Roy Fehlig H-112 Sharon Flynn H-110 John Fehlker H-107 Raymond Fournie H-105 Mark Ferreri H-107 Robert Fournie H-113 Debbye Finck H-211 William Franey H-102 John Fritsche Don Frost Dennis Gain Gary Gansmann H-102 H-113 H-102 Treasurer H-115 116 Oliver Gansmann Mary Jane Gass David Germain Christy Gerngross Thomas Gildig H-105 H-l 10 H-115 H-l 11 H-112 Joseph Glauber Michael Glenn John Graham Kathy Grass Shirley Grau H-107 H-107 H-112 H-211 H-111 Mary Green H-211 Gregory Gundlach H-105 John Haas H-l 13 Cynthia Hall H-211 Joel Hallbauer H-l 15 119 Michael Hasenstab Nicholas Hasenstab Bruce Hauck H-113 H-105 H-105 Karen Haudrich H-110 Pamela Haupl H-111 Judy Herrmann H-211 William Hausmann H-111 Bruce Heafner Secretary H-115 Steve Hechenberger H-102 John Heger President H-112 Roger Helfrich President H-107 Dan Hempe H-112 John Hipskind Vice-president H-105 Betty Hock H-111 Edward Hoerner H-102 William Holdener H-107 Roger Holtman H-107 120 Margaret Howie H-110 Barbara Hulling Secretary H-21 1 Steve Jokisch H-105 Richard Joyce H-102 Michael Jacob H-l 13 Kathleen Johnson Secretary H-110 Mark Juen H-112 Steve Junker H-115 Barbara Kage H-l 11 Mike Karraker H-l 13 Randy Karfs H -107 Cathy Kelly H-l 11 Karen Koesterer H-21 I Mary P. Koesterer H-110 Sharon Koesterer H-111 Susan Kostelac H-no Vincent Kozsdiy H-107 Dave Kreuter Student Council Rep. H-107 Timothy Kosinski H-102 Janet Lauf H-211 John Lauf H-105 Cathy Lehman H-110 Gary Lisch Student Council Rep. H-105 James Luecking H-102 Elizabeth Martin H-111 Susan Maxwell H-111 Cheryl Lemay H-211 Dianne Lickenbrock Vice-President H-110 Robert MacBush H-112 Michael Malter H-113 Peggy McElligott H-211 John Meister H-113 122 Nancy Meketa HI M Michael Metcalf H-115 Aurora Miller Student Council Rep. H-110 Gary Miller H-107 Reavis Moore H-105 Michael Morgan H-102 Margo Mueller William Mueller H IM Secretary H-107 David Muckensturm H-113 James Mueller H-115 Michael Murry H-112 Sylvester Naliborski H-105 123 Timothy Naumann H-102 William Nebel H-107 Keith Newman H-105 Dale Newstrom H-102 Kathy Neff H-211 Kathleen Nowak H-110 Kent Neu H-115 Karen Obernuefemann H-211 Kathy Oplt David Pabarcus H-111 H-113 Thomas Palmer Ronald Peil Student Council Secretary H-112 Rep. H-115 Peggy Reeb H211 Don Rigney H-113 Gerry Reis H-107 David Rist H-115 George Renner H-105 Keith Roach H-115 Michael Roberts Paul Roesch Albert Rudert John Rule H-102 H-112 H-113 H-107 Danny Sabo Carmen Sarmiento William Schaab William Schauerte H-115 H-110 H-112 H-107 Mary Schlatweiller H-110 Pamela Schmid Treasurer H-111 Diane Schmidt H-110 Michael Schmidt H-107 125 Raymond Schmitt Teresa Schott Michael Schuhart H-105 H-211 H-102 James Schuetz H-113 Glen Schwaegel H-107 Steve Schulte H-115 Eric Seibel H-105 Charles Schumacher H-112 Dave Seibert H-105 Patricia Seipp Secretary H-111 Richard Seiben Robert Sisk H-102 H-113 Nicholas Sprague H-115 126 Brenda Speichinger H-111 Frank Srogus H-112 Joseph Steirer H-102 Richard Sullivan H-102 Henry Stelmacki H-107 John Sweeney H-113 Lynda Stelzer H-211 Edward Szewczyk H-115 Phyllis Terveer H-MO Michael Tissier H-102 Daniel Thessing H 112 Anne Trautt H-211 Susan Thomas Vice-president H-111 Robert Tribout H-113 Steve Vargo H-105 Stephen Veto H-115 Jerry Villemanin H-102 Dan Viviano HI 12 Richard Voellinger H-l 13 Robert Voellinger H-107 128 Virginia Tucker H-l 10 Michael Vallie re H-107 Mike VanEeckhoute H105 Bruce Vick H-105 Connie Voellinger H-111 Jeff Whitney Carole Wickman Cecilia Wilhelm Stephen Wilshire H-113 H-111 H-111 H-102 Dave Winter H-115 James Winter John Wittenbrink H-105 H-102 SOPHOMORES Patricia Aiello H-212 Wally Alex H-106 William Anderson H-115 George Argos H-101 Diana Aubuschon H-114 Joan Averbeck H-109 Elena Alvarez H-109 Richard Amann H-110 Ann Arnold H-212 Janet Arnold H-114 Susan Bajoras H-114 Michael Bauer H-104 Daniel Baumann H-104 Thomas Beaston H-106 Mark Becker H-104 David Betlach Steven Beyer H-101 Treasurer H-113 Martin Biegler Jeff Biondi Vice-president H-110 H-110 John Biver H-106 Thomas Blome Student Council Rep. H-101 Maria Boehm H-109 James Boeving H-113 Sue Bollman H-114 Thomas Boul H-101 Jerry Broderick H-113 Kevin Burns Secretary H-110 Joseph Brown H-113 Pomelo Burns H-212 Michael Burnham HI 15 John Burnworth H-106 Dan Burns Student Council Rep. H-113 Michael Cannady H-113 Patricia Cannady H-109 James Carroll H-115 Sheila Canty H-212 Gerald Cegiinski H-101 134 Michael Cole Michael Collins Frank Cordie Raymond Crisio JoAnn Crook H-106 Vice-president H-104 H-106 H-104 H-114 David Dori H-113 David Edwards H-113 Gary Erhardt George Eros Allen Eros Mark Eschman Dennis Estes H-115 H-101 H-101 H-101 H-110 135 Nancy Feder President H-l 14 Dennis Feuer H-101 William Feldmann H-106 David Flach H-104 Sandy Gaa H-212 Jane Felts Student Council Rep. H-109 Richard Foeller H-106 Thomas Foster H-110 Ron Frauenfelder H-113 Kenneth Fournie H-104 Diana Friederich H-212 David Gamble H-110 Beverly Gaskill H-114 Gary Gass H-113 Jerome Gass H-104 Patricia Gass H-109 136 Vincent Hatch Dean Hauck Russel Haukapp Claude Heimburger Jacalyn Heintz Bermta Helfrich H-fOl HW6 H-101 H-110 H-114 H- 09 Gary Hellwig H-106 John Heuec H -104 137 Debbie Hoeffken HI 14 Dave Holdener H -104 Leon Hucke H-113 Nancy Hoehn Secretary H-212 Bryan Hoffmann Vice-president H-113 Roger Hoffmann H-115 Melvin Howie H-104 Janet Jarvis H-114 Theodore Johanning Kimberley Johnson Michael Johnson H-110 H-212 Treasurer H-115 138 Christopher Jorns H-113 Curt Jung H-110 Douglas Kaelin Treasurer H-106 Andy Karr Secretary H-106 Agatha Klym President H-212 James Kostelac Student Council Rep H I 10 Robert Keefe Donald Kehrer Student Council H-115 Rep. H-115 Michael Kolakowski Michael Koesterer President H106 H-101 David Klincar H-113 Kathryn Kolb H-212 Nancy Kostelac H-114 George Kougias H-101 Michael Kurtz Sec.-Treas. H-101 Rick Kurtz H-113 Robert LeChien H 101 Mary leFaivre H-114 Patricia Krause H-114 Kenneth Kreher H-104 Theresa Kurtz H-109 Janice Langhauser Treasurer H-114 139 Linda Lehman Vice-president H-212 Yvonne Lehr H-109 Jerry Lopinot H-113 Kathi Louis H-114 William Luebben H-110 Christopher Lynch H-104 Mary Mann H-109 Ron Margiotta H-110 David Markus H-113 Linda Martin Vice-president H-114 Gregory Mays H-115 Dennis McBride H-106 UO Edward Lemay H-104 David Lickenbrock H-115 Robert Louis H-110 Sylvia Loyet H-109 Ruth Macke H-114 Gary Mackin H-113 Richard Meinkoth Eugene Menges H-115 H-106 Debbie Mersinger H-212 Othmar Mersinger H-104 Peggy Miller H-109 Karen Moffitt H-212 Patricia Mongan H-109 Michael Mory H-101 John Mueller H-104 Sharon Munie H-114 Kathy Murphy William Murray Cindy Naumann Richard Neff H-109 H-106 H-212 H-109 Cheryl Niles H-109 Richard Palmier H-104 Marilyn Obernuefemann H-114 Robert Parker H-106 Kevin Obley H-110 Fred Patient H-106 Lynnett Perjak H-114 Michelle Peterson H-109 Fred Perryman Vice-president H-101 Robert Pfeiffer H-113 142 Michael Pintar H-104 James Porter Lawrence Porter H-W1 H-115 Thomas Powell H-106 David Reime H-101 Mike Read Kathy Recker James Reeb Carl Reed John Rehling H 104 H-212 H-106 H-101 H-110 H-113 Gregory Reuter H- M3 Thomas Rice Mary Riebeling Sue Rigden Bart Ringhofer H-115 H-109 H-114 H-115 Linda Rompel Timothy Roth Dennis Rueter James Rule Edward Ryan Student Council President H-115 H-101 H-104 H-110 H-212 143 Roselyn Schaefer H-212 Paul Schifferdecker H-113 Richard Schilling H-115 Mary Schindler H-114 Barbara Schoen H-109 Michael Schoenborn H-106 Mary Seibert H-109 Mary Shalapin H-212 David Schmidt H-106 Steven Schneider President H I01 Gary Schulte H-101 Dave Schwemmer President H-110 Debbie Sebescak H-114 Richard Seger H-115 144 Mark Shands Robert Sieben Ann Siegel Kathy Smith H-MO H MO H-212 H-212 Steve Smith Mark Spalding Stanley Speichinger Mary Spieker President H-104 Student Council H-106 H I 14 Rep. H 104 Gary Stein Roger Straubinger Danny Strumberg Karl Szewczyk Denise Taylor H-113 H-101 H-115 H-110 H-114 Pamela Thompson President H 109 Craig Tiedemann HI 06 William Thompson H-104 Thomas Tiernan H-J15 145 Beccie Tribout Treasurer H 109 Donald Van Eeckhoute H-113 Mark Tissier H-106 Dale Toennies H-101 Kathy Traiteur H-212 Dennis Traub H-110 Terry Truttmann H-113 Steven Vick Treasurer 104 146 Rick Wagner H-101 Michael Walsh H-115 Ruth Warhoover H-109 Karlene Webb H-212 Glenn Weber H-115 Michelle Wegener William Weis Secretary H-l 14 Student Council Rep. H-106 Mark Welsch H-101 Gilbert Weyhaupt Thomas Weyhaupt H-115 Robert Wilhelm H-104 H-110 Norma Wilkinson H-114 FRESHMEN Harold Aubuschon Sue Aubuschon H-IO? H-104 Alan Azar James Baker H115 H-114 Paul Biver Student Council Rep. H-114 Mary Bogacki H -104 Jay Boggeman H-109 Jomes Boryska Brad Boul Rene Boyce Dolores Boyle John Boyne H-115 Treasurer H I 01 H-106 H-106 H-110 150 Stephen Brown H-113 Terry Burnham Vice-president H-114 Philip Burke H-109 Michael Burrous H-110 Karen Buss H-212 Donna Connody H-212 Carol Cahnovsky H-212 John Carney Student Council Rep. H-101 151 Larry Closterman H-110 John Coggeshall H-113 Timothy Compton H-113 Colleen Connors H-106 H-106 H-101 Mary Rose Cullen Michael Cullen Diane Daenzer Donald Dahm Richard Dahm H-104 H-109 H-106 H-115 H-101 Richard Daubach H-110 Rick Davis H 114 Peggy Davlan Robert Dehler Ronald Dippel Treasurer H-104 H-101 H-113 Diane Dobkowski H-104 Kathy Donze H-104 Bridget Donohue President H-104 Charles Dressier H-110 John Duffy Thomas Dye Mary Eacho Vicki Eichenseer H-115 Secretary H-114 H-212 Secretary H-212 Michael Emke Ron Erb Rosann Etling Daniel Falbe David Fehlker H-110 H-109 H-212 Treasurer H-109 H-114 153 Cindy Finck H-106 Michael Flynn H-109 Gary Fitzgerald H-101 Daniel Forcade H-110 Thomas Fleming HI 09 Arnold Fournie H-109 James Frierdich Eddie Fuhrman James Gass H-115 H-101 H-113 Judy Gillum H-104 Janice Giltner H-104 Jo Lynn Gojmerac H-212 Ralph Freimuth H-114 John Gass H-110 Mary Grau H-104 154 Janice Guild Debbie Gutgsell Philip Haake Nicholas Hamlin H-106 H-104 H-113 H-114 Verle ne Harwerth Dennis Hatch Thomas Hayes Thomas Heck H-106 Treasurer H-110 President H-113 H-114 Doyle Henken Robert Henry Dennis Herzing Nancy Hettenhausen H-115 H-109 H-109 H-212 Linda Hinkle HI 06 Mark Hock Secretary H-101 Ed Hoeffken H-110 Kathy Hoey H-212 Robert Hoff Vice-president H-101 155 John Hoffmann Joseph Hoffmann Stephen Hogg Michelle Holtman H-M5 H-109 H-114 H-106 Debby Honer H-212 Sharon Huling H-104 Dennis Husmann H-115 156 Michael Janssen Justin Jaeger H-109 H-115 Michael Jasiewicz H-101 Dave Jalageas H-113 David Jones H-110 Daniel Junker H-113 Pam Howie H-104 Dennis Hundman H-114 William Irwin H-114 Thomas Kaesberg H-101 Charlie Kalert Treasurer H-113 Walter Kassebaum H-114 Luann Kehrer H-106 Marsha Kern H-106 Rick Kirn Vice-president H-115 Jack Kaffer H-110 Alan Karban H-114 John Kelcher H-101 Marty Kelly Vice-president H-109 Al Klein H-110 Mary Kim Klem H-212 Sandra Kluge H-106 Patricia Koesterer H-212 Philip Koesterer H-101 Nancy Kolb Secretary H-106 James Konradt H 101 Anthony Kopczyk H-110 Alan Kosinski H-113 Michael Kougias H-109 Pamela Krause H-212 Don LaJeunesse H-110 Donald Lauf H-113 Carol Krebs H-106 Maryann Kuebel H-212 Michael Lehman H-114 John Lengerman H-113 Dennis Lotz Barbara Luecking Bruce Luecking Susan Luecking H-115 H-104 H-101 H-212 Robert Lugge H-110 Kathy Lyvers H-106 Teresa Macke H-104 Ivan Martin H-114 Richard Martini H-101 Donald Malec H-113 Daniel Markus H-109 Robert Mask H-110 Daryl Masterson H-101 158 James Mauch Beth Maul President H-115 H-212 Linda Mueller Kathleen Mueth H-106 H-104 Alfred Meirink H-101 Stephen Meister Treasurer H-l 14 David Metcalf H-115 Frank Miller Vice-president H-110 Gary Moore President H-1 09 Kathy Moore H-212 Jerry Muckensturm Student Council Rep. H-113 Joseph Muckensturm H-109 Mariellen Mueth Jennifer Muellen H-104 Treasurer H-106 159 Karen Murphy H-106 James Musec H- 109 Thomas Nick H-11 5 Clarence Niebur H-101 Richard Naliborski H-114 David Nold H-115 Leon Nurdin H-110 Ida Obernuefemann H-104 Ricky Ord H-109 Dominick Orsa John Ostermeier H-101 H-110 Joseph Ostermeier Neal Oughton H-113 H-113 Carol Parker H-106 Debby Peet H-212 Harry Pauly Dennis Pfeiffer H-114 Treasurer H-115 160 Mary Pfeiffer Beverly Phillips Jane Poelker Leticia Poole Vice-president H-104 H-212 H-104 H-106 Dale Reinhardt H-113 Kathy Post H-104 Susan Prine H-212 James Rader H-109 William Rathmann H-114 Susan Read H-212 Irwin Reeb Secretary H-113 Thomas Reis HI 15 James Renneker H-109 Michael Renner H-101 William Renner H-J10 Curt Reno H-113 161 Barbara Rich H-104 Jill Roach President H-106 Craig Riesenberger H-109 James Roth H-115 Jan Roach H-212 John Roth H-101 Thomas Rule H101 Timothy Sansom H-114 Gary Schaefe H-110 Karen Schaefer H-104 Robert Schaefer H-109 Thomas Schaefer H-114 Andrea Schoefer H-106 Beverly Schaefer H-212 Laurence Schaefer H-113 Mark Schaefer H-101 Ricky Scher H-115 Victoria Schiffer Student Council Rep. H-106 162 Richard Schindler H-110 Daniel Seibel H-114 Geri Schuette H-104 James Seipp H-113 Judy Sheer H-212 Donna Slagle H-104 Christopher Smith President H-114 Ray Sonnenberg H-113 Carl Stanley Richard Stephens Randy Strube Stan Teliczan David Thoman H-115 H-101 H-109 Student Council H-110 Rep. H-110 Kathy Thompson Treasurer H-212 Toni Thompson H-106 Rick Tissier H-115 Linda Todoroff Student Council Rep. H-212 Jerome Touchette HU13 William Vangenhen H -109 Linda Voellinger HU 06 Mark Voellinger HU 5 Terence Wade Secretory HU 15 Barbara Woghorn Secretary HU 04 Rick Venier Secretary H-109 Robert Veto HU 14 Stephen Voss HU10 Michael Wachtel HU 15 Kathy Wagner H-104 Marsha Wallace H-2 2 William Weber Kevin Weinrich Gary Welzbacher Vice president HU 13 HU01 President HU01 164 Dennis Wesse! H-114 Warren Wessel H-109 Linda Whobrey Thomas Wickman H-106 H-114 David Wilburn H-110 Joanne Wilhelm H-106 Gregory Williams H-1J5 Jeffrey Winter H-114 Rochelle Withouse Bradley Wobbe Student Council H-110 Rep. H-104 Maribeth Kenneth Woodruff Dennis Wright Wolfersberger H-113 H-113 H-104 Cathy Wylie H-104 Christy Yoch H-212 Vicky Zaber H-106 Steven Zimmermann H-109 165 CONGRATULATIONS AND BEST WISHES TO THE CLASS OF “68” Compliments of the FATHERS, FRIENDS AND ALUMNI CLUB OF ALTHOFF CATHOLIC HICII SCHOOL CONGRATULATIONS AND BEST WISHES TO THE CLASS OF “68” Compliments of ALTHOFF CATHOLIC HIGH SCHOOL MOTHERS CLUB BEST W ISHES TO THE ALTHOFF CRUSADERS FROM THE AUTO HOME DISCOUNT CENTER 1701 WEST HIGHWAY 50 O ' FALLON ILLINOIS PHONE: 632-8839 watches, diamonds and fine jewelry BECHERER’S JEWELRY WAYNE FLESHREN, OWNER 233-0197 12 East Main St. Belleville, Illinois Good Luck. Crusaders BELLEVILLE SEWING MACHINE CO. Home of the World Famous Necchi and Elna Sewing Machine 6 South Church St. Belleville, Illinois Wick Days and Sat Friday BILL’S RADIO TELEVISION RADIOS • T V. - PHONOGRAPHS • AUTO RADIOS REPAIRS . SALES ft SERVICE PHONES, « € 2-4020 and MC 2-6372 77znZ m 105 E FIRST STREET (i )T 1 OFALLON. ILLINOIS compliments of DAHM PLUMBING HEATING CO. INC. llth C Sts. Belleville, Illinois BEST WISHES TO THE ALTHOFF CRUSADERS From Your Favorite Florists Paul Reis Dale Park GRIMM GORLY FLORISTS BELLEVILLE’S NO. 1 CLEANER BAECHLE CLEANERS 234-0540 214 E. WASHINGTON ST. WM. L. RABLE BELLEVILLE, ILL. 62220 Congratulations Graduates Downtown Belleville 234-4455 Free Delivery Bollineier Hobby Shop 715 EAST MAIN ST. BELLEVILLE, ILLINOIS DIEDRICH CHEVROLET CO. GOEHNER EAVES Stiles and Servit ' e 216 West Laurel St. INC. Millstadt, Illinois 62260 310 EAST MAIN BELLEVILLE Finest in Furniture BEELMAN TRUCK CO. and ST. LIBORY. ILL. Carpeting GENERAL HAULING RADIO DISPATCHED PHONE 768 2400 768-2445 171 Rt. Rev. Msgr. Louis F. Ell FREEBURG MILLING SUPPLY GOOD LUCK CRUSADERS FROM THE FELLOWS AT CURT SMITH SPORTING GOODS The Largesf Diamond Selection in This Areo For Ladies and Men: • Accutron Watches • Bulova Watches • Longines Watches • Jules Jurgenses Watches • Wittnauer Watches • Pedre Watches For the Younger Set: • Caravelle Watches THE DIAMOND SALON 128 East Main at Jackson Downtown Belleville Open Fri. and Mon. Nights Use Our Layaway BEN SEIDLER, Manager THE CHILDREN ' S SHOP 121 EAST MAIN ST. BELLEVILLE, ILLINOIS Fischer’s Restaurant 2100 W. MAIN ST. BELLEVILLE ILLINOIS 233-1131 BERGKOETTER’S GARAGE Compliments of CHEV ROLET SALES SER ICE FIRST NATIONAL BANK 1 11. FARM MACHINERY OF O’FALLON ST. LIBORY, ILL 200 SOUTH LINCOLN O FALLON. ILLINOIS TEL 768-2505 OLIVER C. JOSEPH MEYER OLDSMOBILE Chrysler-Dodge Oldsmobile AUFFENBERG FORD MUTTO AUTO SALES Ford Rambler ST. CLAIR MOTORS MEYER BROS. Lincoln-Mercury Pontiac WAGNER MOTORS L. R. 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COMPANY grain banking bulk delivery Purina Chow sanitation products St. Libory Mascoutah 768-2555 566-2711 Illinois Compliments of OFALLON AQUARIUM 129 EAST STATE ST. O FALLON, ILLINOIS 632-6969 Compliments VIRGINIA LEE FABRIC of FLAVE ROESCH MOST COMPLETE LINE OF FABRICS IN THIS AREA BELLEVILLE, ILLINOIS FELLNER S, the store that has been a part of gradua¬ tion in Belleville for 77 years, extends to the first “All Althoir graduating elass sineerest congratulations on your commencement. As your school has achieved the stature of excellence in just four years, so have these four years brought to you the benefits of a dedicated educa¬ tional program. OUR LADY QUEEN OF PEACE PARISH MC MANEMY SIGNS BELLEVILLE. ILLINOIS REV. M. F. DRISCOLL O’FALLON, ILLINOIS REV. R. J. KEATING 178 RUST CONTRACTING SUPPLY CO. 920 W. A ST. BELLEVILLE, ILLINOIS PHONE 233-3260 NEW ERA OIL CO. Congratulations CLASS OF " 68 " GASOLINE FI HI. OILS ' Wtad ut 0 ?ttu4icJ 120 S. ILLINOIS ST. BFI.LFA ll.l.K, ILL TIRES SER ICK DEPT. 100 K. MAIN S T. RICH DAMBACHER Area Code 618 M BKI.I.FA ll.l.K. ILL 234 8985 727 LEBANON AVE. mt jWF MOLLMAN PUBLISHING COMPANY Compliments of SIGNAL HILL PHARMACY, INC. PRINTING PUBLISHING JOHN T. MCDIERMON, R.PH MILLSTADT, ILLINOIS 62260 Phone:476-3181 8800 W. MAIN ST. BELLEVILLE, ILL. 397-2828 ZENITH HEARING AIDS CONGRATULATIONS ami Congratulations BEST W ISHES to the CLASS OF “68 " CLASS OF 1968 Compliments of SHEER BEAUTY SUPPLY ST. AGATHA ' S PARISH CO. NEW ATHENS. ILLINOIS 21 W. MAIN PASTOR: FATHER JOHN TEREPKA BELLEVILLE, ILLINOIS 179 Schlosser ' s YOUR FAVORITE OASIS GOOD FOOD CANDY ICE CREAM DOWNTOWN BELLEVILLE SINCE 1921 112-500 E. MAIN ST. BELLEVILLE, ILL. ST. CLARE PARISH OFALLON, ILLINOIS FATHER EDMUND LUGGE, Pastor FATHER THOMAS SMITH. Assistant CHUCK-A-BURGER 1901 N. BELT WEST GIVE US THE BUSINESS 632-4939 L. J. “Dick " Seipp JMJ SANITATION SERVICE 412 East 4th St. OTallon, Ill. — Trash Garbage Collection — Residential — Commercial — Industrial ED TRIBOUT Toys and Novelties 1701 W. Main Belleville, Ill. r+j WELDON S — - Prescription Shopped 4527 W MAIN ST BELLEVILLE. ILL. PHONE 234-8383 CAPITAL RESTAURANT HOME MADE FOODS 6I« 293 4242 © VOSS PATTERM WORKS 123 IOWA AVI. ■ EULEVIL.LK. ILL. 62221 OPEN NIGHTS 6 TO 8 SiisCK 1921 Virgil J. vom Leo F. VO»9 1 81 REICHERT GRAIN CO. CONGRATULATIONS 600 S. FIRST ST. BELLEVILLE, ILLINOIS GLASS OF “68” LIESE LUMBER CO. Lumber, Millwork, Roofing MASCOUTAH GRAIN 319 E. Main St. AD-4-0105 FEED MASCOUTAH ILLINOIS Phone 566 2127 SOUTH BELT AND LUZERNE AVE. 234-0105 RUTTER STORE GO. ST. PANCRATIUS CHURCH established 1849 GENERAL MERCHANDISE FAYETTEVILLE, ILLINOIS ST. LIBORY, ILLINOIS Telephone 768-2650 PASTOR: PRESCRIPTIONS FR. WM. F. RENSING HAROLD SMITH DRUG STORE 1323 WEST MAIN BELLEVILLE Ph. 233-1194 182 GAS OIL 233-9224 BATTERY SERVICE, IGNITION SERVICE BRAKE SERVICE OTHER AUTO SERVICES KEN AHLERS 66 SERVICE GENERAL REPAIRS-ALl WORK GUARANTEED 1166 CENTERVILLE AVE. BELLEVILLE, ILL. O’FALLON MOTOR COMPANY, INC. 510 So. Lincoln Avo. O’FALLON, ILLINOIS G H E v R 0 L E T CKM C 0 R V A I R WAYNE McKinley Bu . Phono tfE 2-3521 Pr sid»nt Res. Phono EX 7-1384 MUNIE SONS GARAGE 502 S. LINCOLN AVE. O ' FALLON, ILLINOIS 632-4034 CAUSEY ' S JEWELRY GIFTS Downtown O ' Fallon KEEPSAKE DIAMONDS BULOVA WATCHES WATCH JEWELRY REPAIR REPAIR 632-3613 Free Gift Wrap PHONE 632-2225 TRUCK SERVICE ROCK-COAL-SAND-GRAIN MINTON HOME LIMESTONE and PHOSPHATE SPREADING FURNISHINGS ROY WOLFMEIER 476-4962 OPEN NITELY TILL 9 P.M. EXCEPT SATURDAY 415 South Illinois Millstadt, III. 107 WEST FIRST STREET O ' FALLON, ILL 62269 LOU ' S CUSTOM FLOORS 117 E. 1st 632-5452 Cinderella Shoe Shop LADIES GIRLS BRAND NAMES O ' Fallon, Illinois CANCELLATION STORES at DISCOUNT PRICES CARPETING-LINOLEUM-TILE 119 EAST FIRST STREET -SALES INSTALLATION- -CARPET BINDING- DOWNTOWN O ' FALLON 183 SENIOR GIRLS HOMEROOM 112 IT HAS BEEN GOOr, , T O; KNOW YOU V y WINIFRED ALLEN DIANE ARENSTEN CAROL BEHRLE MARY BERENS CHERYL BLAHA MARY BUSS MARYLAINE CAITO DONNA CRAIN BARBARA CRANNAGE SANDY DECKARD MARIBETH FARNHAM LINDA FRIERDICH CATHY HARRIS ARLOU HELFRICH KATHY KERNAN BECKY KIRN CHRIS LANG PATTY MCCARRON PATTY MCNAY MARY MONGAN ROSEMARY MUNIE DIANNE OBERNUEFEMANN SUE O ' NEILL DEBBY PARKER MICKY QUINTIN CHRISTY SALLADE NORMA SCHAEFER JO ANN SCHWAEGEL MARY WACHTEL JO ANN WEBER DIANE WILHELM CHRISTY WOLFERSBERGER KATHY YAEGER MARY WILLIAMS SISTER MARIE JAMES SANDY ALEXANDER RENE BOYCE DOLORES BOYLE MARY BISCAN DEBBIE CARRILLO JOYCE CEGLINSKI COLLEEN CONNORS KAREN COURTOIS KAREN CARRELL DIANE DAENZER CINDY FINCK JANICE GUILD VERLENE HARWERTH LINDA HINKLE MICHELLE HOLTMAN LUANN KEHRER MARSHA KERN NANCY KOLB CAROL KREBS KATHY LYVERS LINDA MUELLER JENNIFER MULLEN KAREN MURPHY CAROL PARKER LETICIA POOLE ROSE REIS JILL ROACH ANDREA SCHAEFER VICKY SCHIFFER TONI THOMPSON LINDA VOELLINGER LINDA WHOBREY JOANNE WILHELM VICKY ZABER SANDY KLUGE SISTER DOLORES MARIE 4-H5 Odd ' i OwujuXmi Horvey Becherer Jay Boggeman Ron Erb Bob Henry Marty Kelly Vice-President Rick Vernier Secretary Buddy Webb Sgt. At Arms Jim Musec Jim Rader Bill Vangenhen Warren Wessel Steve Zimmermann Frank Conrath CLASS OF HOMEROOM 2-212 SISTER BERNADETTE 192 HOMEROOM 2-110 Mr. Thomas Burke Rick Amann Marty Biegler George Brennan Ray Cullen George Eros Dave Gamble Claude Heimburger Curt Jung Bob Louis Ron Margiotta Kevin Obley John Rehling Dave Schwemmer Bob Sieben Dennis Traub Tom Weyhaupt Mike Becker Jeff Biondi Kevin Burns Ron Daubach Tom Foster Bill Haddock Ted Johanning Jim Kostelac Bill Luebben Mike Maxwell Fred Patient Ed Ryan Mark Shands Karl Szewezyk John Vigna Mike Yordy Dennis Estes ACHS Frosh 0-113 Bill Brady Steve Brown John Coggeshall Tim Compton Ron Dippel Mark Fiedler Jim Gass Phil Haake Tom Hayes Dave Jalageas Charles Kalert Alan Kosinski Don Lauf John Lengerman Don Malec Jerry Muckensturm Joe Ostermeier Neal Oughton Irwin Reeb Dale Reinhardt Curt Reno Larry Schaefer Jim Seipp Ray Sonnenberg Jerome Touchette Bill Weber Ken Woodruff Dennis Wright Mr. Fred Lotz 194 Congratulations to the Seniors from the Babes of 3-211 1-101 FRESHMAN HOMEROOM MEMBERS ' 68 IS NEAT . . . ' 70 WILL BEAT! Mike Kolakowski —Pres. Gary Hellwig —Ybk. Rep. Walter Alex Tom Beaston John Biver Mike Cole Bill Feldmann Rich Foeller Mike Goedeke Frank Cordie John Burnworth Joe English —V.-P. Dean Hauck Doug Kaelin Adam Karr Dennis McBride Gene Menges Bill Murray Bob Parker Tom Powell Scott Young Bill Weis —Sgt.-Arms Jim Reeb Jeff Renner Dave Schaefer Mike Schoenborn Dave Schmidt Stan Speichinger Craig Tiedemann Mark Tissier Jim Voegele Mark Hasenstab Sr. Mariella 198 Fr. Carroll Parker O.AA.I. Kneeling: C. Lynch, AA. Collins, AA. Read, J. Gass, AA. Bauer, AA. Becker. Standing: R. Schaefer, R. Wilhelm, AA. Pintar, E. Haas, O. AAersinger, R. Broadhurst, S. Smith, W. Thompson, AA. Spalding, R. Crisio, S. Vick, R. Palmier, R. Neff, F. Bertlesman, J. Heuer, J. AAueller, E. Lemay, AA. Howie, D. Holdner, D. Flach, D. Bauman, J. Rule ( absent ) K. Kreher, K. Fournie, R. Ehlers. Homeroom 3 112 Sr. Marjorie O.S.U. Doug Auffarth Bob Buehler Kenneth Darr Otto Faulbaum John Graham Dan Hempe Mike Kohl Mike Murray Bill Schaab Mike Taggart Barry Wallace Ed Bauer Bill Carriel Hal Donovan Roy Fehlig Paul Halvachs Mark Juen Bob MacBush Ron Piel Chuck Schumacher Dan Thessing Craig Weidemann Ed Weisser Henry Behnen Gary Cooper Jim Eichenseer Tom Gildig John Heger Ed Kloustermeyer Ed Mielke Paul Roesch Frank Srogus Dan Viviano Ron Yaeger 199 CM XT V O ' 203 r-r- 205 1-110 CLASS OF ' 71 206 2-113 SISTER MARIE AUGUSTEEN SSND 4-211 " Good-bye and Thanks " SHOP LAND INC. 4S 6930 W. MAIN ST. BELLEVILLE, ILL AND SHOPLAND INTERNATIONAL Mister Donut (open 24 hrs. Daily) 338 MANSION HOUSE CENTER ST. LOUIS, MISSOURI WORLD ' S FINEST COFFEE DONUTS 8. MUFFINS OUR SPECIALTY 4Mb FRITZ ELECTRIC INC. FING 1 1-36 South Railway INC COMPLIMENTS OF MASCOUTAII ILLINOIS BIEBEL ROOFING CO., INC. electrical contractors 503 West Main Street • Belleville, Illinois 62220 • Phone: 233-2424 566-2355 ALL TYPES ROOFING SIDING PLAZA RECORD CENTER INC. PLAZA SHOPPING CENTER 46th West Main St., Belleville Halt ' s Restaurant PHONE 233-0218 HOME-COOKED MEALS AND PASTRY 1422 CENTERVILLE AVENUE BELLEVILLE, ILLINOIS COMPLIMENTS OF Vi Mile S. U.S. 460 on State Rt. 158 INCORPORATED Blanche Clayton Ehrstein • COMPLETE AUTOMATIC MERCHANDISING AT THE DROP OF A COIN 212 CONGRATULATIONS CLASS OF ' 68 BANK OF BELLEVILLE BELLEVILLE NATIONAL SAVINGS BANK FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF BELLEVILLE ST. CLAIR NATIONAL BANK 213 Compliments of CATHOLIC KNIGHTS and LADIES of Illinois 1884-1968 Augustine ' s RESTAURANT MOTOR LODGE 1200 Centerville Avenue Belleville, Illinois TWO STORES TO SERVE YOU BELLEVILLE, ILLINOIS DOWNTOWN 315 EAST MAIN 233-4810 WESTSIDE 201 NORTH 47TH 234-3450 TRENTMAN SHELL SERVICE " 24 HR. " WRECKER SERVICE 768-9920 Routes 460 and 4 ST. LIBORY, ILLINOIS NITE-768-2765 HIDEG PHARMACY INC. KIL-MAR Professional Bldg. 8601 West Main Belleville, III. Phone 398-4400 Joe Hideg, R. Ph. Wolfersberger-Meyer Funeral Home 632-3680 O ' Fallon Summerfield BITTLES DRUG James H. Thomas, R. Ph. 101 West First O ' Fallon, III. 632-3241 Compliments of FATS ' EXPRESS INC. Belleville ST. TERESA ST. FELICITAS MARYDALE BEAVER PRAIRIE North 127th CARLYLE, ILL. CARLYLE, ILL. PASTOR FR. LLOYD P. MISHO Best Wishes from KEN GREEN GENERAL AMERICAN LIFE W. A. Schickedanz Agency, Inc. Real Estate Insurance 110 West Main Street Belleville, Illinois 215 ST. TERESA CHURCH Pastor Rt. Rev. AAsgr. Joseph Stenger, J.C.D. Assistant Rev. Gerald C. Miriam, S.T.B. Empire DEPENDABLE AND ECONOMICAL GAS HEATING APPLIANCES • BASEBOARD UNITS • ROOM HEATERS • DIRECT VENT UNITS • WALL FURNACES • FLOOR FURNACES • CENTRAL FURNACES • UNIT HEATERS • AIR CONDITIONERS w rfl Sing me seniors walking off the gridiron for the last time. Sing me a freshman on his first day in his first class. Sing me a teacher ' s late hours in making ready for the morrow. Sing me your school year.


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