Appleton East High School - Lantern Yearbook (Appleton, WI)

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V - ,gf-'P -'iw Q w 1 W Z 1 af- H , E ...Q-4 a A 1. iv. , v Aj 'F .n ff' f ' , '- , nl WITH YUIJID EFFDIQTS 'lff fi ..-nw.. - .km J.. iq zu EIB IQEACH DUT AND TDIJCH SUMEDNE A may mmm, ACADEMICS y L 2.1 'n 1,1 1-' .1 Q, K nf. ,,k.,1. 5 ,, ,tr I My , , . aw. A 'ii' 1 ' r, X 1. 1' 1 '. ' "'1,4. M-It M -!',4 gy' -ar MJ ,gf .tx ,An-ff. I 4 gl -4.4 .4 4,5 This is where it all begins All 5 , ' 'ffl' X ' i Q ' ' Mr. Haoeck MV- Peru N-.f Ar! is nothing more than the shadow of humanity.-Henry James M.-w,.m-we-f-"""""""w'.AMWAWu "h?f!,w2 ,...-- W pl fi Q f 'P' r 1 A V V K A ,V 'iw ,ff Z ,ff Y ,I The secret of education lies in respecting the pupil.-Emerson , fl ,, ij 2 3 ,J . 1 Mr. Anderson MY- MCGihhiS USINESS f .. fx in fm ,... if Business is our business! rw.. .Q "W , m ,' Q! "Har ' ' ,v'4::1., A f ffm mf l Mrs. Bleek Mr. Case Mr. Regner vi ' V kyy I . , H' ,,, V Y f V v a ' ,.MM - ' " , 1' K, .,,," v, Miss Sayler Mrs. Sloboda Mrs. Sullivan avr 2:7 1' fI'l't f Q. Miss Rowe V ,, -M, Q' gi-AA V - ?.,,g , ggi v NU- l . slffvi-" v 'vi' l A A Mr. Taylor CDMMUN CATI If AIQTS Mrs. Becker f ff A4552 , 1 1 1 4 V , 1 ,sf Q Q . A X M Jr 1 , . ,fi 9 , .V . .. Z 2 gf f 'gn mfffi' V ' Hg , ga ,e, A Q lt takes a great deal of elevation of thought to produce a very little elevation of life.-Emerson 1 3' ffl f s 113 42, ,. 1 V .. -9 l W Mrs. Burroughs f 42 V lf I lm K? A 2? qw, Z The happiest person is the person who thinks the most interesting thoughts.-Timothy Dwight Mrs. Christopherson Mr. Cibra rio Mr. Freund ii. "1 ' S' fix 1 in fn 4:11 . Q N,,ww:i1 awk ' .X , pf V 1. . . - -. - Xs4.:?5x - -N sr.g:.:.1xg:3 Q X :- xx 4 , if , 6, ,rw w yy We I , ,M 4 f in I 1 ,Z , fx Mrs. Gerlach Mrs. Hoecherl Mr. Howard M 'f A good book is the best of friends, the same today and forever.-Martin Farquhar Qyfmnj 1 ymli, if fu I fu, V, X 1 ' ' , ' aff., . I. ,ff 4 , ,g.1.,,,49Qf,, ,,,.:, Mrs. Winzenz . We should not mind if on our ear there fell some less of cunning, more of oracle.-Thoreau i ll! I 330 pix Q .,, . Q-if N fn. - nf 'N' ' J ' V " B' 'Q r- L! ff 4 B Mr. King Mr. Main Mrs. Ostrowski Mr. Prust Mr. Svejda Mr. Tralango IQEIIE AN UAGE f' 4 Q ' r . f r fl Y ai, , V1 fzffffff mf , X V mi:-31 1 He: 1,5fff9"u7 2, ,f.,,,,x , 4 -V ,f , ,z,Q,,aff41- A 1 .pf ,z. f. ' J . svffgsvgfvww if - .1-- , gm- jug. 2 sig? il ' 'ff f2w,iff6jf'J ' QZMVW L, V. , :. ' ::. z'fmsLi2rz9nzfz,f ' gr-f i X A. . .I ,Sir-w: W1 Q mt nag? 4 ,va we wp: mf' 1? 5 W A I I T., ,,,., , f 3, K - 1 V ..i1:::g:a.. - W, ' v K 5 1 , s ,-...x gtmpzxzr 4 ,x i I is 1 is ' Q, iwafyyr s.. .rg Q 1 ' ff e Q 2 5 , - fggfq "'Q,1:1 ,- .Lime fy - gf We-W1M,W--W ' ' ' MI N, 7 ' f mmf, fr A. : ' -, .,.. ,e,f,,w,.,., ,f As., , 1' ,A-5--sf: ff- is ' ' zz - fm " , ze J X, . s r ff , s K r .2 - Q - 2 ' ,wi-25' fl-i' ,M r K , A ,, LJ , .er 2 i J ' r ' v Q' ,r ,... R awilzwi --Q Foreign language is the means by which students learn to communicate with those in other countries. NN ' 31" X 'Q fv-r -V SHS . W... in V-R 'Y 0' ' M., 11 we .V XF 't""fv ,..,. K , - V . ww N , V J 2 , .W M .. - ' A " ' V ' x 1 , I Q, 4, , ' f ' ' ' ,A Mrs. Graf Mr. Mercier Miss Schmidf Mrs. Schrader X Q if ME ECUN rcs .M ,,, 'Wg' is an c M' Wifi ' W-A531 Better is half a loaf than no bread.-John Heywood ' . V A: W if "L ' ff f -. . -' " . ff 'V - X 'L ,,,, ,, ,V ml-...AA H t f,,,,.X I ,152 W L' 5 f 1... 4 at ' f Mrs. Jones Mrs. Hessler Mrs. Goolsbey Mrs. Derr W IDX? I USTIQIA ADT sz 1'-'isfiv W KI X Y xx Mr. DeJanes L ,, 'i Nothing is achieved before it be thoroughly attempted.-Sir Philip Sidney i 3 Q l Z Q Mr. Gee Mr. Keliher 'Ng W6 if MF- l-22 MY- Od28iil'd Mr Reppert Mr. Schultz MATH QQ' 1-r ,O Mr. Bauman , 1 ffff y ,z wt, W Q fn 14' Q , -, A gi 'ef Mathematics is keeping in step with progress. X' S. X , va . J, gs! ,- . ' 1, .tu ff' I I Mrs. Borchardt 'aa XY t Mrs. Debbink W . 3 fl V , Q1 A , t ten A QQ, Mr. Tobler Mr. Rudzinski Mr Pike Mr. Debbink aw? -r- 'W X N su 1 ., if rf X ' 9 Z W4 MUS C Muslc IS the universal language of mankind Longfellow l C77 ,hr mm ,l.,.,,, , ,.,, , V V 4,-lf! fy 'ff 14' Qfcgfijgf f ' fe - ,U -li'- I f 'l " ' Miss Bubolz Mr. Jacobs Mr. Nelson Mrs. Wilke SICAL EDUCAT DN xi i 4332- QQ, ,fu I J 5 X 4 f 3 I 1 l s ' I ,X V.,A il! as wks! wx, , 'XA Mr. Black ith dd' B. H ii .si ii Qs A as-V-liwe--W" fi if 5 1 ' 1? 5, 3 l gi A? 1 , sf E f A gf By constant exercise one develops freedom of movement- for virtuous deeds.-Diogenes Mr. Fahrenholz 1 r . 'Q -.dl-L ,YA , Y , if Miss Moede Miss Marko Mr. Hussey Mr. Gossens SCIENCE Knowledge comes, but wisdom lingers.-Tennyson Smooth runs the water where the brook is deep.-Sir Walter Raleigh r , H , M ia 'J -,X M 5414 ' V , A H " A in ' ' 'V .,,, ' Gy, f' in 1. ' s 1 M . ' W ' ' ' U f 0+ ' -'f X j f f . f fbi 5,5 X ' ,I QE gh , V ggi if , f ' H rf 1 C Hifi f if P if D N ,,!, -f gg A Mr. Bayer Mr. Burroughs Mrs. Gilpin Mr. Hallada .pf ,.. 'QV' The sum of wisdom is, ihat the iime is never lost that is devoted to work.-Emerson " If hr' f 9.9. . rg 3 " ... 2 r ' " B 'ZS 1 I 4 ' " ii -'wax . 1 h , 5- na , , 'f .1 . Halv2rS0r1 Mr. Hansel Mr. Howensiine Miss Kiesow " 6 gf 3 ' , M' 5 Q , SDCI ST DIES T , fd. N f ' 7 1 y tux 'img 1 A Mr. Croy MN Mr. Flood " Q N Mr. Funk N I 5" Mrs. Holmes fwf yy . 1 1 .K Rf 6? ff 2 -1 fz s , J -9 .J ,fm 'fx ' ff V ,W In 1 ,f K " ,1 , ,Af ,f , -1, ,L 25272, p f H 3 V i f! ' ' km f Mr. Koepke Mr. Kohlman The world is always equal to itself.-Emerson 4 M, 1,55 . Q., , ' 'f : -..,..- I , 1 . Mr. Nagler 'Dv 5 52521-ff A 5 ' Q 4: ! Q 1 YV J- sf A , , ' 'Z f ' AMX! A f XW f 5 4 f s i 'V Mr. Radke Mr. Stoner ADMI N ISTIQAT CN """'ffiug,- l Mr. Ore ii? Q 1 I 5 . ., . V l-"4 ' , - . . 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W , gig, , .. ff - -A A "fl ,, ' ,M ,gm ., .pl 3 'N A , ' V . ' X I L -Q4 --:fa '- ,, 'e A' 2 EAS 'S F UTIBALL MEN ROW 1: T. Sommer, G. Hoffman, D. Meyer, D. Hardt, J. Vandenberg, D. Heinritz, D. Van Handel, D. Weyenberg, R. Fischer, J. Petlegrew, J. Schinke. ROW 2: J. McClennen, J. Struck, P. Huhn, J. Sauter, B. Hutchinson, C. Anderson, A. Reynolds, D. Petrasko, T. Sutheimer, B. Clark, F. Harvey, J. Miles. ROW 3: D. Mueller, J. Jirschile, J. Radcliffe, G. Williamson, K. Barrow, M. Grishaber, K. Frank, M. Forseth, M. Huebner, J. Kasper, C. Heinritz. ROW 4: C. Long, D. Diet- zen, J. Schneider, J. Noie, D. Gerard, R. Anderson, J. Wirth, B. Abel, T. Kocher, J. Fish, K. Fry, P. Calloway, Coach Halverson. ROW 5: Mgrs. D. Walker, D. Kurath, K. Beaudo, Head Coach Prust, Coach Howard. Our JV team. ROW 1: B. Bergner, J. Bevers, M. Polakowski, D. Pike, B. Kiser, M. Brahan, B. Kasper, S. Ziemer, G. Noie. ROW 2: Mgrs. J. Marston 8: D. Walker, K. Doepker, M. Borchardt, S. Limpert, M. Guckenberger, H. Heiman, P. Hutchinson, L. Braun, Pozo- linski, Head Coach Pike. ROW 3: B. Matteson, Pozolinski, T. Miller, G. Burmeister, P. Ciske, B. Marx, K. Limberg, P. Kitzerow, S. Shorey, W. Vander Neilen. Coach Gee is absent. 34 42 Q yi At. aff 4 ' ,MQW X 2 F4 all -1. i WW "ls that Mr. Farenholz behind those Foster Gran Behind every team are the plays that work. Coach Prust and Coach Halverson kept turning oui the winning plays this season. 3' R DEFENDI G STATE CHA MDS -1 -V N. -. ,m,A W.ff....,w.,mm...mw,,f.,..V,W.,.' ,V V ' N-J ,YVYV W' ...uf-iv.. 1 s A , ' 5 ' fp "' 2 ,, ,, Q, 2 Q , ----'s 3' ,-,..,...s,,.,W,.mmw ,, 1, -f f 2 ' f .M , 'iz fr W? ff.f4 ,, -f-W. VmvV.V .... ,, ,, 7 f f -?yf.f---1--sf,-.Hf:.:f,.,fs.p-H. ,Ag 'W' . 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'...:m: f5,i..,L,Qf,..-1J....,.:ff-WV,-Q,mMp..a.,w,.,m 'M.fsML:f,..g0g4.mg, j,W,4g A mga, ,,,. .4 e. " '-'fw'-Ww:'is 'rf' "?f55'1' ' H-MW ww, , I V V,,! ,,,, I V , f ff ' f f f f ' ' f W. ,... ,W , ,.,.:.,,, 1:2...t , ,. ,"A 1.7.---,,f.,,,. ...,. .., , .,,,, WWWWMW ,, V V, , . ,,. .- -..W ,.. ......,. f. '.L,',.',4 7 45Q,QzQsff- fJ,Q.i.',f.M.". xx w'f"f.-fewffrfgf'-fwr :W .. if " ' 21 ,f 2 -' fwfr-MW, "few M . - ,, ,, ,, ,, , ' G ff' Q, . ,, ,,,,, , w , , ug , "zz- , P,7 . f fM'f'wIg,j! pf , Qltcf. V mo. MW fa A w K' I ' , I! I . sa Q 4 xg JJ Coach Koepke and our players. J. Riehl, L. Matuszak, D. Schizdermayer, "Set it up, set it up!" Although the season record was low, 8-11, J. Cipriani, D. Lawson, J. McGregor, P. Kern. the games were close to the very end. volley. -gf' I RNCMHB to return a threatening I 1 F-ww .f 1 f'mLa3 141' "U 1? t 1 4 , hi 324 3 -if ,Fm lat 'R .nw 4.5. """""'m. SUIDEIQ W N SEASUN s.. v fv- , -e - Varsity Players: ROW 1: K. Zeegers, P. Bergs, B. Roovers, C. Jaehnke, D. Plato. ROW 2: L. Herb, P. Winkler, C. Lutz, V. Christiansen. .M 4'9" . 3 3 L. .. , -..-. ' t N-I 4 .E -K + 2 V 13 25' C' 5- ""' ' is 1 .. I' ,ya , ,.,,......., .,,,, M, .V f, f'l' ' ......-1..-- lik 1 vs.. v iii Junior Varsity Members: ROW 1: M. Waltman, P. Drexler, ROW 2: P. Reimer, L. Cusatis, B. Sutheimer, J. Recker. D. Christiansen. ,rei ' vga Coach Marko and our team pushing their strategy for another win wwfvwf A tough return by Barb Roovers. The hard team effort given by everyone was the push that led to their winning season record of 7-1. MAKI WAVES 45 'Q 6 C9 I4 'X 4'-' ,2 ? 3 ROW 1: M. Hardacker, K. Remfer, J. Rehfeldt. ROW 2: C. Sommer, K. Grummer, M. La Fave, D. Dier- meyer, C. Gilespie. ROW 3: E. Savage, S. Winski, S. Selig. ROW 4: S. Ellefson, W. Jabas, S. Zuleger, M. Badger, C. Cale. ROW 5: A. Savage, M. O'ConneIl, B. Luckow, Coach Kiesow. Under pressure, Barb Luckow performs a high scoring dive. 39 ,zwlifcffg :fy 6.73. ., f, - k grimy A , -rx, '12 'KE uf, , -yr I ,VJ A HM, , if X. F' i . mfr " ' KJ 25 Q' rf. A s ' 'F x. v s , , , X V Er , 5 2, if w' x M . fx 'A sw, TENN f :ns ' ,.-s,4.,,..., . - :ii . . -'T Eva?" .nag , Xi N :,Q15vf+ -1 93x-7f1M7iQ:'S5,'ss.4. ?f"ffffQ.fYff.11QJE3 - it-zvzefvzv lamb si: -:-E r, , 1: .Q-3,-:mg N px.: 54. g , "W r.-.fe N f, , , L-52 Q 'ii , , , N rv Q.,-.gs 15,5 K ' -. V' 7'?7T11.'1j155-Xjqu-.X 41 :V .rlzeyf , f - V' tijgfgg 5 vf5g.gy.Pxgsf 21: rg gijgigsj -,+sg4f'sZ-V I gtg' VI. Q V53-if fbimixlvs 5? 4 - l -.3-.4g,.3f3sQg.p.' r rzmesfhfa, S ' Tami X -, j u Tw fff-. .-I4-Z , S X- ,gb ,Q - ,wg-g,,,1a:' : 1" . -- -We-eve-aiifwiwg ?'234'2. !'.X wif fy.. , N-sa., - , 5, 'g ' lf? gia. - . , ,'5Igf3Z.A iyljl-Asif? 1 rg-,mfgm Xi, ,I X L wsu-v.'-uxgx ,s,i,f,w,,s .- -:wv ces: -ewzszi'-zizrzl. 'sr N ' FN QC :?f2:2r35:m Q 3., X: F' '3'95f4'-3'3T3'-' " , sl 3 W4 ,h-?:,lg,.5 Q ' W ' N 'VS xr iwl.. 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Wh X Terry Kramer wonders, "Where's the ball . Wg, A '53 X -5' J? ., '10-on-...L A ' -.M ,.,, ,...,, gn "VR . . TEAM S ATE CHAM gf- A DS F3 'CT' 2 4 O 4. F x -1 W- -A K xy, BOTTOM: Siracka, Loescher, Hohnberger, Maulhe. TOP: Coach Perez, Malley, VanDenBrand!, Oliver, Hopfensperger, Koester. GIIQLS' TENN S TEAM 1 I- 5 ,afzf2Iifgg2ff27 fifgffggggf? ' , T IT A , 3 ', ' TQ ff A , ,T , Vi, T fa. , ,- TFLQTQ 3:14 Nj f it Ijie' 1 jf' if If' V, , A 'V W : fd-" QQ' T4f' f A +A f' ill A 'TM' ' "I 3 J ii :- gr K 1 T Ju., ,Zi at I ,, 'x N X K f I IQ 'Q , , ,gt Q j . :Q 1 Y fy f ef ' -rx f ,lf X I A 12, ,. T ' N, , ' 4 f"7 ' 1-1- T 13491 W' 'Ti T f' 1? : 5- .ZZUL5 - , A" BOTTOM: DeYoung, Donahue, Raedts, Tamura, Reinke, Sherman, Grishaber, TOP: Kramer, Paerli, Hill, Birk, Werner, Hal verson, Stfoess. 41 , 1 4 CAIEEIQS CAIDT IQE DEG ONAL TITLE LEFT TO RIGHT BOTTOM: Manager Randy Koesler, Dan Heinrifz, Brad Londre, Craig Martin, Jeff West, Jay Sauler. TOP ROW: Assistant Coach Joe Perez Mark Bleier, Ray Schreiier, Tim Kelley, Paul Callaway, Mike Huebner, Dave Van Handel, Jim Vandenberg, Bruce Clark, and Coach Tom Gossens. 42 The strong berich gave East extra victories throughout the season. Q "' N. xi X fgj, , 'fl I . 'f N W 3 F., Great rebounding by Ambrose devastated the Terrors. Sophomore Paul Callaway and Senior Tim T. K. Kelley controlling the boards G 5 ns Ln QE Claire Cate Q30 controls the ball as Meribeth Waltman C123 watches. K I 'Q ivy, ., an Lori Halverson is in tight on defense as she moves in to steal the ball. Kathy Zeegers was unstoppable and a big headache for opponents. Nancy Werner drives in for two more points. Terry Pawer C411 watches as Diane Plato 0431 controls tip f Coach Moede and the girls discuss strategy that gave them their 2nd consecutive championship and an undefeated season. VADSIT IQESTLI NI' Wif'fv-'ff' In I if ' WWWW' yWy, ' f . , ' W Wm Meylwmffj Wf:? -A wm,.w.,,,,,'Q ff V ,E , W, 287' ' 'J fan Af-All W 9' f, ,, V r XV f ' W""M9Ii,',, 4.0, F' .Qi-A W, MMM! "Dutch" Lawson Dennis Vallard ,ivy 0 wg , , ... 1' I BOTTOM: Bushman, Quella, Errington, Grunert, Lawson, Ray, Knutson. TOP: Vallard, Jens, Heeren, Dietzen, Walker, Kapheim, Coach Gee. 46 ,,,g,,,3,,, 17' I V... ...MM f , fn., V+ "' ' f.,f 3 , 1. .M f. ,www y.,f f f "X Q37 1:'f'w . l I Coach Gee and the team in a pre-match strategy session. .M .... .,. ,.,.,.,,..-.,,, ,,.,,..............,.,, st jf'- ,. 4 ,lfemlsffd x " las M 95. 'I' 5 Marc Grunert Ji. Earl Ray 24, fi ms L. ,,w" s,..,,WM7'nATMMm W , X -e fas. ,- , , ' ' we - 3 6 ' nf' mf 'ffm Q .f f . , , ' " g53 7 'Y' N , -me 1 im . Mike Jens 47 4 ,, ,,,.,r.,MwMWWW K mx, wmwwy 'ww Z9Ahvkm1wMf4WW.M.,, .Q.w,,,6mMMWm, W, f W Kris McArt practicing vaulting. Liz Vandenwildenberg works on balance beam. Mary Ann O'Connell on Qhe unevens. -44? BOTTOM: Cathy Carlson, Davina Lemke, Jan Schultz, DeAnn Einspahr, Kris Mcfxrf, Deniece Handrich. TOP: JoAnne Jacquof, Lynn Lango, Brenda Lernkg Mary Ann O'ConneII, Liz Vandenwildenberg, Joan Orbison. Coaches Debbie Quella and Mrs. Debbink. 48 'TW' V , , - a , X. .r,,.k. . A. in be 1 K, K In igjgik gg rf' -1 v 1,1-.135 EQ1 CVS' YM AST CS ia-effifff 1 V . 4 Team Captain Tad Bebeau. - 2 D 0. M- Gary Klein on rings. G r Klein com etin in floor Ex. afX'i:'W Y ' a Y P 9 ",f ff .1S?'f7'f?5 'f U:-'WHA AM' ' iw Q, I fi.: 31 ' c I ' G ' "ne X .K , f 1 ' 'i V' I 1 5 1973 Boys Gymnastics ieam coached by Sieve O'Brian compiefed ihe season with a 3 and 5 record with Gary Klein iaking 'lth ai siafe on rings. Tad Bebeau performs on the paraiiei bars. 49 Q ,. W...y . , an , Q M W, V, , I, 5 I . ' as gg? ff ,X K' Q' Mark Friedman gets sei . . . Mark Zuleger Us ow QM for his specialty 100 yd. Bufierfiy . . . John Cipriani, B. Ciske and Capfuyeg 151 place, L to R Gordon, Friedman, Zuleger, and Lulz 50 .-, I ff 99 ' '- r qv- sea Q Kundiger, Bergsma, Cislre, Gordon, Friedman, Volpinlesta, Huichison, Rehfeldt, Cipriani, Weyenberg, Coach Tobler, Hamilton, Doeplrer, Tralango, Kuruth, John son, Guckenberger, Beauvillia, Stevens, Blank, Coach Flood, La Bonle, Scheibe, Madden, Herman, Maloney, Harvalh, Bevers. . . BASKETBALL 6? MJ snr EIBT Eur 3,2 Eur 4 2 'i Mogenson, Williams, Scharenbroclc, Lemlce, Brahe, Coach Bauman, Bergner, Lindberg, Wachlendonk, Haas, Marx, Klevesahl, Cislee, Werner 44 1-1 ' r 1 I f 1 , ' f .V I N Y ' " W V .i r 'L uf Xxx gf 9 M .4 W .fs-1 J J , Q, , v gl i. M f A ,'.. , e rr 5 1 :Q ,Y 'Q 1 , t 7 ? W-5 A ,I , V ,V , M 7 nil, MWMQWM '-'..g': : fi A W3 ,Q Don "double clutching" Mowry in K 17391 'la Q ' -7 f 41 "iv r N 4, ' K.? ivi 15 , 3 U , , x 'ii' Q - . . .: ' , -f a , ' 52 X" 1 1: 4' ,Q J, L A , Q' K EAST A K N51 9 f ' 2' ' 13 ' g ,LA - '95, . X .'?:.',,.,',.n9 1 ,1 ""'V 1. 3' 1" P Ac" XX Q5 igllfuf- ll, Fw. x 3' X L, Q " ' ,,., V A ' ' V 52 1,9 . , , JW g Z ,jr Q if 4 x 94 Denil to Steve Schimke Mowry io Mike Denil is .-f.. Schimke to Kerry Frank 1? N, f Frank, Schimke, Denil, and Mowry, 1st in 880 8: 440 relays. in pus I I' rw E gQffffjf""Q g"h""':' - will HF I . N-g, 1973 EAST TIQACIK TEAM is em 9 'HJ Q "PTH T-5 U Q uigv T. .P Andy Oliver BIIV D B d ,X f Q fl , ' J - Y ,jf ,, ,. p .Q fi -. xx, ff , 1, VA' N? jycfzxg Xl Mv?,,' T lg ,Z I ,f-.6 1 Qjgj .. A K - ' j ff ,N.A , J ' yf J AQ, 'vw f 414 ,,' 1: , " . - ' , My J' grin 'A jr, , JI: E 1 A 83'i4 X 'ri 51' T LLJ' ' Paul Kern-Pole Vault , -Q K X ,. , , - n , f , T 'Qvfa 1 ' M .sf JD 5 ' n ' . yi 5 a f , ' r , S 14, , ., ,. nb ' .1 7 ,m,,,,,W, EA Q W Q J J M QW., E ... - J -M--A ' , wx A-'Q WM? g , f V J , , J, A 9 my 3 , 1' ,ik ,, 'I 'f ' V L, -I 1 , M G " uf ' 'X gi'-4 tl ,, -J 4- ,Q 'V+ X ' , , ' s ,. v. . ' A.. 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"No it's not, Bill." f -wiv N' X' M531 Wa? .09 im ,, , 91, fn i Z, 5 Qf ,, Y ww ww ,Jw A, ECM E Z, 5 rfn axial-:,: - h-5313--, Fc ' ' ,vnu wk 8 . , ', 1 M rd ,Quai 4f'lf',' gf N -3 X. mf '1 L ,-iv li, : Q, 1- ' V - I 1 ,, h . , . , . I .raft D. xgirdg- V f 1"-,I- Y- .,,. xg 'x -r .. .Nl .rg ,,-f -.,. -"""""n-www I ' ' L want". Q- VAIQSIT TENN S TEAM 3 0 r J Gruenke, Hunter, Mader, Denzer, Herman, Hardl, Herb Boldt, Lemke, Farah, Lewis, Wulterleins, Loug, Tate, Schmidt, Coach Tralango, Biesierveldt. 57 x aff 'S , K 'Y g rm Flin rw 'fi 9 v -'luqym 'G W, , W' v f V , ,vw f nm, I f W , f Y ,514 ,W i 9? GI! Joan Orbison Q- af 6, 3 22' . rf E Q fl A 1, 1 4 Z 1-f 'R ' M fr f , , X f 1 If M , ,mf LAL 70 ' 14' 'fe , ,Y ,,.wd 4""' 58 Diana Plato rf- I Q 5 f Kaihy Zeegers , 1 ., in Y, f ,, -feng ,-., . ., , ff V, Ae45Em.L ,J I 4 :LX r r irlfigiwf rl 1 W... 1' fn! 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L- , A V4 1 4 5 N 1 .A ,.-v r : e 1 fW CUNSEIQVATIUN V y . . Mr. Funk, advisor of Conservation Club, poses to think out an answer to an ecology problem. DEI? U 2 f 1 , rr , 1 'W f 2 X A , 1 41 ' fffj f f , f I' I 4 X AI . ,f 4 4' f f 6 iff if .. , 35 f te ' tw' f i ' 4 4 Q ff f .1 Q ff if , 1, 3 Civ' f M, 'W l jf f s 1 Y ,X 2. .K ,f ,fy ,f .41 J Y f Nancy Peterson sells baked goodies to raise funds for Conservation Club proiects. M nr 5 se,-5, QQ Pep Club officers for 72-73 were Jody Kafura fl'reas.J, Becky Rogers fSec.D, Barb Langman KPresJ and Kathy Meet: CV. Pres.J. Squad Leaders of Pep Club. FRONT ROW-Barb Kuehmsted, Nancy Barlement, Jean Reider. TOP ROW-Amy Savage, Lisa Sighl, Debbie Hietpas, Katie Nabbefeld and Sue Hill. Missing are Martha Milhaupt and Pat Burns. DEI? C Our Patriotic Pep Club paints a pretty peppy poster! The girls worked diligently this year to produce the very spirited and original signs plastering the East halls. ri' It lr- ,Q 5.9, '1 Ni' P , wi. ,V Zwf W. V , M., Ex? ab- 66 Pep Club gives T. K. and the smashing Patriots a rip-roaring welcome! A 41 as ..... fy. ,f 3 5523, if it ' -rf. if' ,ws ,. , f-V, 7 - , sla g" if x ' ' A A1 , , , .. V igi ii' :av A A , it P Zfvggrf, 'A ' YN , fl 53' "" I' 1 4 , , ' . , I ,WI br, W A , ,' Avy 6 ff, V 4 w.Z,,V ' f , xi ,:,. f,2',Cgf.1f E 21' . . D i' gig 4'74+"l' f 4 -- " q, L W -, 'f . Q L li 3 1 P ' if "1 : gi YY "'r 5 Q " - l " i ,.,,, ' P f ' vm, ' ' ' Q " :': ' V , ,, , I A A .A H .A . ,'V, . ! . N , . K a ,I 1,1 13 Sv vl., . , V 1 , ,. 1 , ' -'--, , . f Wi! ei ' ' G, ,. ,V Si"" 1' ,AA, , , W , B M, . , ,,.... ., , A My- PEP CLUB. ROW 1: B. Abraham, S. McCann, S. Hill tsquad Leaderl, N. Barlament tSquad Leaclerl, .l. Reider fsquad Leaderj, B. Farmer, J. Kalura Clreasurerl, L. Stohl fsquad Leaderl, S. Wickman. ROW 2: M. Reicler, D. Thiel, D. Diermeier, B. Verlcuilen, C. Weaver, S. Gerrits, K. Emling, S. Tummett, R.-Pirlot, M. Cotter, S. Williamson. ROW 3: B. Langman fPresidentJ, M. Claypool, C. Seidler, N. Chandler, B. Rogers fsecretaryf, S. Kenney, C. Mortell, K. Krueger, C. Hoffman, N. Pike, L. Krueger, D. Stohl, K. Hipp. ROW 4: D. Eick, K. Kneice, B. Rathsaclr, C. Turkow, K. Nabbeleld fsquad Leaderl, C. Sommer, B. Kuehmsted tSquad Leaderl, H. Radlce, C. Hammond, H. Campbell, Mrs. Gerlach. USI-IEIQS C UIQ? K .X If' "bfi USHERS CLUB. ROW 1: R. Pirlot, L. Krueger, B. Abraham, S. Adenwalla, K. Meelz, D. Eick, B. Rochon, A. Savage. ROW 2: D. Thiel, K. Knaus, S. Hering, J. Grishaber, K. Krueger KPresiden0, J. Kaufman. ROW 3: C. Heiden, K. Emling, C. Seidler, B. Kuehmsied fVice Presidentl, N. Pike, S. Abraham CSecrelary-Treasurerj, D. Hietpas, J. Kafura, C. Mortell, J. Kurka, Mrs. Bleck. I 1 Barb Langman demonslrales the courteous, cheerful smile that is so essential to a good usher. Sandy Hering directs frafiic on Parents-Gel-Lost nighi. 67 IDE HC FRENCH CLUB. ROW 1: E. Kaustinen, N. Pelerson, J. Mancl, M. Mancl, L. Crouse, W. Jabas. ROW 2: Madame Schmidt, J. Karner K. Rieman, A. Foote, C. Crouse, B. Heiding, B. Franzke, C. Vermillion. 08 GERMAN TF " :C Fifi .Y VV 10 4 GERMAN CLUB. ROW 1: D. Werner, L. Hannemann, N. Koch, M. Zuleger. ROW 2: C. Brandt, C. Hessler, B. Schindler, P. Voelz fPresiden0, Frau Graf. ROW 3: D. Hendricks CVice Presidentl, D. West- fahl, C. Smith, E. Savage, M. Volpentesia, T. Hilgendorf, D. Stach. Missing: D. Vollbrecht. DATIQIUT DIQESS X PATRIOT PRESS. ROW 1: K. Ribble, J. Bushman. ROW 2: H. Hamilton, T. Schwarfz fPresiden0, D. Lawson, R. Le Mieux. ROW 3: T. Sommer, T. Donnelly, M. Schumacher fsecretary-Treesurerl, S. Hanp, R. Glaser fVice Presidentl, H. Van Stippen. DIQACTICE MADE DEIQFECT DRILL TEAM FIRST ROW Ja Mahloch Je Mahloch QAIU C Turlcow K GrummerfSecJ N Pike CDrllI Master, B Stachowralc ffxssrstant DrrlIMasterJ W Witt V Otis B Rochon SECOND ROW C Sommer CAIN D Derouso S Stachowlak S McCann M Grlshaber L Vanden Wrldenberg B Lemke D Lemke QAIU S Wolff THIRD ROW J Jacquot S Ernest B Ballard .I Kurlca T West P Mueller T Langdok K Koeppe MISSING B Farmer KAIU X fwi 1 . .-11,5 'J' P -x 4. 2 Qu" fo' ,Q 4' I.- I The cl imax in the Drill teem's Many hours of practicing made precise performances and awarding experiences forthe 28 girls on the AHS-East Drill team. X X '- , W W a ff , '72-'73 year: a command performance at the half-time of the East-West game. F.T.A. GAINED If DEE NCE Running off dittoes was one of many tasks Yvonne Radloff and LouAnn Rabideau performed to ease their teacher's worlt load. 0 rf r as iff .ie . um. 41 4 'fl H-gps.: i Each member of Future Teachers volunteered to serve as a teacher's assistant during the year. Here Nancy Peterson teaches a second year French class. Q..... Mrs. Burroughs shows Lisa Stohl some of the liner points ol bulletin board design while Nancy Peterson looks on. IA W ', 5 in ibn 0 ,, f A " 'fi f ,',' fr ' "'. ff ' , ' f 7 . MW I .ifzeiq 75 ,ff I f l ' ' 'fi ,"' is 'ffl ' V A f',i fa ' 7 H4 . 1 fi , 54- T . 1. 04 Riinl FUTURE TEACHERS. FIRST ROW: P. Pope, P. Peterson, K. Ellestnd, W. Jabas, B. Smith, L. Stohl. SECOND ROW: P. Cowling, N. Peterson, J. McDowell, Mrs. Burroughs. CTO FUN U .......,. aws- .nu Tr Q. East Photographers under the supervision of their advisor, Mr. Hansel, captured East's activities on film forthe use of the Lantern and Courier. Besides the pictures assigned to them, the photographers enjoyed shooting the many interesting and photogenic sights around them, such as these shown taken by ace photographer, Richard VanDeWeghe. f 4 H ,M X! ,gi ref' 1 4365 Q 13 1f14+aw, K Yu ff. xur rf' AQ xx I . I 164,31 905'-Qafif I 14 A ' ' 515141 r, ' xii: I f E -U14 Wm l ! J! 1, .ai is gl ii J 2: " J ' f':.'.',1SZi3f:qffff,- ,.!,! , Nga ., lfliffaf .a.11fg,1v'q N ., . g4vgn11,,,.. AK FLW! G2 via! X, Xyxwxx lxlywflq HWY Lis' . MMI X, Z6 f? I as, 1 'FS-B Pvuvnur -Q14 73 I30 ll ECU 6.-13 Q FIRST ROW: D. Werner, V. Vaubel, D. Geneman, R. Glaser, T. Kunschlxe, B. Long, J. Bushman, T. Mueller, S. Parthie, B. School. SECOND ROW: R. Pirlot, Ja. Heimerman, Ju. Heimerman, R. Moore, S. Tummett, S. Pierre, D. Kolosso, P. VanLinn, L. lngalls, M. Werner, V. Lindquist, B. Gee fTreas.J, C. Stroess. THIRD ROW: M. Walleniang, L. Krueger, M. Bressers, N. Gall, P. Glassman, K. Krueger, C. Reclxer, C. Geiger, D. Mowry, B. Siebers, K. Thompson, G. Gevelinger, D. Mancl, D. Locke, C. Smith, L. VanderWyst, N. Guerts. FOURTH ROW: R. Kositzke QSec.J, L. Buck, M. Chesney, P. Hanneman, T. Martin, D. Maves, R. Rhode, D. Bonnell, B. Kositzlxe, T. School, J. Dorow CPres.J, D. Antinoja, S. Kolosso, T. Breitengross, M. Lewis, B. Brasch, S. Dratz, J. Ormson. fx YK ff mi rw' fl ff l y 7 X995 ....-0 ., .1 if '11 bxpgj kr , I M C! ' 'J vb C - Strike??? . 3 5 5 K , x I N H 7 2 2, ' e 1 . 4 V X V5 at L, ,' ig 'E 'f x wk, . . ,f f fi i STIQIIYESQ GUTTEIQIBALLS AND FUN ELECTIQUN CS C U fi wwx Electronic Club members from left to right are M. Heimmerman, B. Welsh, S. Lefevre, M. Bahcall fPres.l, S. Marks, D. Schneider and their advisor, Mr. Delanes. Mr. Delanes explains the set-up of a color television set to Electronic Club members. lf 49? UL. 14 li ,U W,fy,,f,-' ' Hi"?'t '4 I Kevin Reichel and Dave Knapp take time out from their work to smile for Lantern Merle Heimmerman concentrates during part of an experi- photographers. ment using the oscilloscope, a silicon controlled device --.V ,f i SC ENCE CI. Karen Mancl displays one of the mice she raises lor a hobby. Karen is quite an expert on the furry creatures. Happiness is building a model of a complex mole cule according to science fan, Bob Brasch. . 'N East's members of Mad Scientists of America are S. Schwarzbauer, W. Wichman, B. Brasch, K. Mancl, P. Mancl, L. Conway, D. Mancl and J. Thompson. fl-IA l 1 i l ' I . ,Z r X 1339393525 ,573-2 1.iv'51'ilii " Q.,-:YQ f'i!::'.-.-'Agni 472' 5 J-'5"'f'ir'P:5 1 ti' f":4 "2 fe "V -sq -lay riffs?- c 2 "ry LJ l5'ifife1 f Fi.'lJifKT?6'fff3 M- elf-rtff,.' gc'-41 1-4-, U11 ,E 1.1 rr?-.' ,-M142-5 '-'iii ll-i'L'wT"g1.'1Z.A il: V i l a s' -5.1 . Appleton East's Betty Crocker Home- ytwmm maker of Tomorrow for 1973 is Sue Parthie. Sue was chosen by the Betty Crocker Company on the basis of her score on an examination testing her atti- tudes and knowledge ofthe art of home- making. Congratulations to Sue and the other senior members of East's home ec classes who also participated in the con- test. ' v '-A WF! , The members of Future Homemakers of America practiced their homemaking skills this year by helping to prepare the dinners at the athletic ban- quets and selling milk in the commons during the lunch hours. A visit to the Betty Crocker kitchens in Minnesota over their Easter vacation was a high point of their year. Their members are Cseatedl D. Fulcer, C. Kemkes, P. Pope, S. Kettner, K. Knaus, Cstandingj S. Schwartz, K. Ulmen, M. Vogl, and their advisor, Mrs. Goolsbey. DECA .hug P"'-' Distributive Education Club of America prepares its members for iobs after graduation by firsthand experience during their senior year. Each member is assigned to work in a situation close to their field of interest. They are graded on their performance as they learn the ways of the work- world. The senior members that participated this year are, ROW 1: D. Errington, G. Sonsthagen, S. Rogers, V. Scheibe, B. Buelow, J. Herwig, D. Warner. ROW 2: B. Siebers, J. Schaefer, K. Much, B. Kohl, W. Chevalier, D. Gloudemans, Mr. Regner Cfkdvisorl. .S ea XJ if N Junior members preparing for next year's experience are, ROW 1: E. Hemauer, D. Diedrich, K. Maas. ROW 2: J. Vandenberg, C. Vollbrecht, K. Waller, D, Hulsey. ROW 3: W. Brouillard, B. Ballard, A. Stoeger, K. Ulmen, T. Olsen. ROW 4: J. Fischer, S. Tremmel, J. Lee, D. Kingsley, M. Wingrove, W. Radloff, Mr. Regner. FFICE CAIQEEIQS C mm , . Kneeling, ROW 1: T. Talbok, M. Zick, B. Frank, B. Ketlner, J. Schulz, D. Merkel, S. Kunslman, D. Dieball, V. Vanderzanden. ROW 2: J. Gooding, L. Kroiss, L. Griedl, M. Garrity, S. Bruce, L. Beauvillia, L. Hilgendorf, T. Forslund, K. Doule. ROW 3: OFFICE CAREERS CLUB if . .M W D. Coon, K. Knaus, C. Berg, E. Hoppe, J. Skarda, K. Kohl, J. Walkers, S. Kuhnke. 4 4 ! X f M Q o X 5 The Co-op sold Fuzzy-Wuuys to raise money. Seen above working at the sale are Jane Mahloch and Sharon Bruce. Mrs. Sullivan and Miss Sayler observe as Janice Gooding and Nancy Kleppg work on the key punch machine at the left. A L :- , g K., 2 A F UIQE EDICSC U ROW 1: T. DeKeyser, K. Johnson, W. Jabas, S. Tummeti, B. Luclzow, K. DeLain, B. Lamm. ROW 2: Mr. Croy, Ukcivisorl, J Loescher S. Duthie, T. Scheid, fPres.D, D. Schiedermayer, QVice Presj, N. Lamm, E. Savage, fSec.J, Missing: Y. Tamura, QTreas.D. f fp. M Q ' . y I 5 3 K f M +L U so i Gu-Obi! Wafch out world! Here we come! Health Careers Day, Appleton Memorial Hospital. Dr. Pier spoke on the Gilt of Life GAA -sq 1- .alt One of the popular sports was volleyball. Here we see team members ready for action. The hard working officers of the Girl's Athletic Association were: Pres. Pat Winkler, Vice Pres. Beth Stachowialc, Sec. Val Christenson, and Treas. Nancy Werner. Miss Moede served as the advisor this year, attending all the meetings and helping to organize the teams. r G.A.A. drew a large membership this year. Meeting every Monday evening, the girls had a large variety of lun activities from which to choose. 492 ' . f -., V it ' I ' , R ,, Pam Donahue practices on the uneven balance beam in the gymnastic area. wit' V , ' "f' 'ia iz, ,3 Mzfffzw .ff 1' , Q. fwrfzyyfgygayfgwi, fc ' V, fn, , , 'pf ,V A , , .. ,,-v-v 7W'5fQ"' 3137 ITu",, if ffm- MQ' , , 'ff' ,zyi "1 I ,Y 1 ' W-mm-C 3f 12wnefvlm4f"'FM-,.,. . ,, n .ff If , , , ,, , 7 . .. , -..a '- S ... . fn-W 'MF' , ,,,Wg.,f 1J""f"7'. www -1 Ag:'ff'f fly ',V,,:ff ' Qfg'J'j4t ji JY ' Q 5 1, W 'f:'f"'L:'..g .1. - - ' ! J W' 71, . ' ..,, Q4r35M.,.:f.,y-,.,, 'gf-ffv:ww?'fW?', , f Making a spectacular catch, Pat Winkler joins in the lun of a basketball game. My FAIIQ LADY Eliza ,... . ....... Sue Boldt Higgins .,.. ,..... T om Breunig Piclcering .... ..... M iles Cherlcaslcy Doolittle ..,...... ........ B ill Dafoe Freddy .......,....,. . . .Martin .lansen Mrs. Eynsford-Hill .... .... N an Duclclow Harry .,.......... ...Robin Gibson Jamie. . . . . .Paul Schmitt The musical chosen to be put on this year was Lerner and Loewe's "My Fair Lady." The production director was Mr. Svejda with Miss Bubolz as the musical director and Mr. Keliher as technical director. Mr. Case was in charge of choreography and costumes. "My Fair Lady" is the story of Professor Higgins' venture to teach an uneducated waif off the streets of London how to be a respect- able lady, against many difficulties. The household staff honors Professor Higgins for his successful transformation of a crude flower vender into a prim young lady. lm, Bill Dafoe staggers out of the pub while Robin Gibson lies in a daze. Tom Breunig as Professor Higgins and Sue Boldt as Eliza Doolittle spend a quiet evening together practicing their enunciation. 84 DIQETT SQUID ILE DUN Mr. Slow. , Mr. Fleet ........ Mrs. Warren .... Mrs. Basket. Mrs. Brown. Mr. Black. . Mrs. Dark. . Mr. Badger, Mrs. Brush . GROUP 1 Howard Schmitt .Richard Lovall .Karen Yurlcowitz , .Sue Abraham . . .Grace Butler . . . . . . .Dave Hoffman .Mary LaMarca . . , . .Tom Mills . . .Barb Bueche student directors ....... Pat Woldt Pat Bender GROUP 2 Brent Johnson Paul Schmitt Wendy Witt Suzanne Andrews Lynne Ostrowslci Deann Weese Babs Malcchow Tom Breunig Viclci Otis Nancy Peterson Nan Duclclow 4' R' Q13 R " eye- Ae . f ,f, . . rv, , J of . f ' Y, 'f,,m,f.-.i .3 ty "A Pretty Good Mile Run" was put on in February by Children's Theatre under the direction ol Mrs. Maclte. Traveling to the various grade schools in town, the troupe performed the familiar tale ol the tortoise ancl the hare to the attentive audiences awaiting them. The cast enioyed the audi- ence responses they got from the younger children and the children enioyed the play with its moral ol "slow but sure wins the race." NHEIQIT T W N A dramatic courtroom scene adds to the climax of the play, "inherit the Wind." Doug Purdy points out a vital fact to the jury. Sympathy and despair are displayed on Sonia Ellefson's face as she soothes Brent Johnson playing her attorney husband, Matthew Harrison Brady. "inherit The Wind" By Jerome Lawrence and Rolaert E. l.ee Bertram Cates .1........................... Paul Schmitt Henry Drummond .... .... D oug Purdy Rachel Brown ......,.,., .,.. K aralyn Moe Matthew Harrison Brady .... . .Brent Johnson Mrs. Bradyf ........... ,... S onia Elleison E. K. Hornlaeclc .... .... H owardschmitt Judge ............,. . . . . ...... Tom Mills Rev. Jeremiah Brown ...................... Kevin Meighan "inherit the Wind" was put on by the East drama department on April 5-7 under the direction of Mr. Svejda. The play is a iictionalized account of the Famous Scopes trial oi1925 dealing with a young school teacher accused of teaching evolution in a public school. "He that troubleth his own house shall inherit the windf and the Fool shall be servant to the wise in heart."- Bible quote. HESDIANS Many Thespians were active in stage crew. Their many hours of hard work at such activities as painting scenery, above, and adjusting the lights, right, made the productions possible. .H , ewki '45- Thespians. KNEELING: Mr. Case Cfxdvisorl. ROW 1: S. Sheflra, N. Peterson, L. Petersen, B. Bueche. ROW 2: H. Schmitt, R. Thompson, D. Hoffman, P. Schmitt, P. Bender. ROW 3: T. Mills, P. Woldt, M. Trevelyan, N. Ducklow, J. McDowell, M. LaMarca, B. Hoeft, C. Berg, J. Raisler. 4. U An honorary Thespian member. 87 NATICINA NU CICIET JUNIORS: Barbara Brasch, Rebecca Rehl, Roxann Pirlot, Ellen Savage, Howard Schmitt. SENIORS: Stuart Bailin, Judith Cardin, John Cipriani, Bill Cislre, Susan Dunsirn, DeAnn Einspahr, Linda Fischer, Patti Glassman, Jean Grishaber, Kim Grummer, Marc Grunert, William Heeter, Deborah Hietpas, Betty Hoeft, Jody Kafura, Timothy Kelley, Susan Kenney, Ann Koopman, Jean Kurlca, Dennis Mancl, Janet Mancl, Karen Mancl, Craig Menning, David Mills, Cathy Mortell, Eliza- beth Park, Nancy Jo Peterson, James Pettegrew, Paul Schmitt, Jim Sinclair, Cynthia Sommer, Mitchell Stary, Lisa Stohl, William VandenBranclt, Cheryl Van Handel, David Van Handel, Patricia Winkler, Kathleen Wolff. 88 STUIDE T CUNGDESS l 5 is. ' I I ' 6 in ,-.. I .V f U 5 1' ,X cn, ,LN L Z, 4, J " 1 D-2--'Ffh 'H E ,V IM, A...-null-" he ""a Sandy Hering gives her opinion on one of the many topics discussed this year while Brent Johnson gives his undivided attention. Some of the topics that came up at the Monday night meetings were a new constitution and bill of rights, the abolishment oi homeroom, improved food in the vending machines, student exchanges, curriculum changes and the theft of bicycles on school grounds. 1 1 Mr. Tobler and Debbie Steinmate listen intently to the discussion going on. Mr. Tobler replaced Mrs. Holmes as advisor at the semester. SENIORS Jeff Retson fpresj Sue Abraham Judy Cardine Floyd Harvey Marta l"laza fAlt.J Katie Nabbefeld Libby Park OFFICERS Jeff Retson-Pres. Sandy Hering-Sec. Wendy Witt-Treas. JUNIORS Greg Williamson CPres.D .sas SOPHOMORES Debbie Ziven fPres.J Brent Johnson Mary Miller Doug Purdy fAlt.D Bonnie Rathsaclc Maureen Sajbel Jeff Straclca Karen Yurlcowitz CAILD QWQX y,....... 'X Lf: Grace Butler Jody cimiasky mm Bill Koopman Jean Shiner Debbie Steinmates Cheryl Vermillion Alt DBVQ W2ll'IOLIS2 r' K, 1' 2 2 15 "'f,, "e ,iii - f 12 li mf2a'1fj.v SPAN SH C Kr. fnayyg., V ff Q l ,, . - I I W. ,.,,, Mqfffze Spanish Club members became well acquainted with lhe effects of spicy Spanish food. Causes ol their indigestion were Spanish dinners at Tippy's Taco House and a member's home, and their own successful taco sale. Wai! . - gf, 5Pfwf1L5jg.f'XUm 7 E The Spanish Club's plan to "Fold, Spindle and Mutilate" the Kimberly team, led to Qhis con- tribution in the Homecoming Parade. 'S 4-55010 l , I A T F7 5 x5 I U ' 90 Spanish Club. FRONT ROW: Senora Schrader, J. Kaufman fSec.J, D. Handrich CPres.J, S. Kenney fTreas.J BACK ROW: M. Schroeder, J. Brunner, Bo. Brasch, Ba. Brasch, M. Bressers, R. Neiizlce. ANTEI2 wr Ri? Lantern staff. FRONT ROW: C. Hammond, N. Barlament, K. Meetz, W. Jabas, B. Gatmaitan. SECOND ROW: M. Cotter, L. Stohl, K. Wolff, C. Mortell, B. Rogers, B. Langman, C. Beckman. BACK ROW: K. Hipp, D. Stohl, J. Mancl, M. Waugus, B. Rathsaclc, M. Forster, D. Eiclc. x N, . E . 5 1 1" "4 " ' h 4 ' qs 1 2 5 6 A J . T G13 tr-r A F' gf H A . tt' ,YI . 'U I ,, ,fl if L 6 Cr. tx? V, ., 4 ,Ile ' NX f ' , f- A ...tvs Y , 'fi 1133- '4.'2,'kiw Las, ,, ,1 gf' Q" Q vi' Q11 -A V ' ff I rv L , ' N - , '21 -4. ,Q V V ii M' H,-,AA . A- C. ,of I ,. Q ,llt ' 7' , ja sy' ' ' fp-f ""'4- I ,... - f "' ff ,- ' . The girls responsible for the compiling of this year's Lantern were editors: Debbi Eiclf ffditor- in-Chiefl, Barb Langman fClassesQ, Cathy Mortell fOr9anizationsJ, and Kathy Wolff- fAca- demicsl. Missing from this picture are Stu Bailin fsports Editor and Assistant Editor-in-Chiefl and the yearbook advisor, Miss Marko. Many hours of work and frustration went into the yearboolc's lay- outs. Sue Kenney and Jeri Maas consider the possibilities for a picture in the organizations section. ,v-- 91 I-I0 US THIRD HOUR CHOIR. ROW 1: J. Ward, D. Werner, T. Heller, M. Grishaber, D. Steinmates, S. Kettner, S. Schwartz, C. McGinnis, S. Gerhardt, L. Krause, C. Wachowiuk, C. Gillespie, J. Vandenburg, K. Knaus. ROW 2: N. Seidl, B. Rochon, S. Stachowiak, J. Combes, M. LeFevre, L. Dougherty J. Kauth, C. Gizger, J. Broehm, D. Burmeister, M. Bastian, J. Smith. ROW 3: E. Meuller, D. Kolosso, C. Deschler, R. Seidl, T. Van Ryzin, D. Bonnell S. Van Rooy, T. Martin, J. Smith, L. Smith, D. Gendron, J. Rehieldt, K. Neiland, K. Olsen. ROW 4: M. Ciske, N. Timmers, M. Polalcowslci, C Champeau, B. Marx, P. Cislxe, K. Roberts, D. Jandourek, P. Clark, T. Crupi, L. Schulz, T. Hilgendorf. Full Choir in concert. 615 CONCERT CHORALE. ROW 1: C. Vermillion, D. Maurice, V. Otis, D. Wallis, K. Brandt, B. Franzke, D. Errington, S. Shefka, J. Mielke, P. Staedt, M. Mancl, L. Paull, B. Brasch, D. Spilman. ROW 2: S. Franzke, D. Sommer, S. King, D. Frederick, D. Christensen, M. Park, K. DeLain, P. Drexler, J. Galloway, T. Pawer, P. DeLain, A. Foote, L. Deschler. ROW 3: L. Chern, L. Mittlestadt, P. DeHart, S. Boldt, D. Young, D. Houk, L. Gottschalk, C. Strassburg, B. Bueche, K. Twomey, L. Juneau, R. Neitzke, L. Jandourek, J. McDowell, D. Weyenberg. ROW 4: D. Munson, J. Struck, T. Sommer, R. Glaser, W. Witthuhn, D. Flynn, J. Kauth, M. Sauter, C. Stone, K. Gordon, J. Miles, M. Smith, M. Jansen. Miss Bubolz directs the choirs. 'jtiflifxfqwf 4 fx 'L A 1' , .. SWING CHORUS. ROW 1: D. Stach, S. Boldt, S. King, P. DeHart, D. Frederick, S. Shefks, S. Kettner, K. Meet: S berg, J. McDowell. ROW 3: M. Sauter, J. Kauth, D. Hoffman, H. Schmitt, R. Gibson, C. Stone, M. Jansen. 93 Brown, S. Brown, L. Chern, S. Nowak. ROW 2: S. Franzke, P. Glassman, B. Hoeft, B. Bueche, C. Stressburg, D. Weyhn- BAN QLEFTD This year's Guest Artist Concert featured the Wingra Woodwind Quintet from the University of Wisconsin-Madi- son. A highlight of the program was the performance of the double quintet which also included East band students Dave Mills, Richard Rehl, Ann Koopman, Bill Koopman, and Donna Derouso. CBELOWJ Jim Balch carefully counts measures of rest while waiting for his next entrance during a Wind Sym- phony concert. . ,lx Q ,QQ 1, -Q V ' 4 2'l,cl2" WIND SYMPHONY. FIRST ROW QL. to RJ: P. Rehl, A. Froehlich, M. Kilroy, J. Orbison, A. Wuerger, D. Mills, K. Grummer. SECOND ROW: D. Derouso, K. Johnson, D. Mancl, Je. Maas, K. Mancl, W. Wichman, K. Yurkowitz, C. Sommer, D. Broadway, S. Uehlein, P. Donahue, N. Chandler. THlRD ROW: L. Crouse, D. Mueller, A. Savage, J. Jacquot, J. Albrecht, C. Schroeder, K. Kneice, K. Collar, B. Rogers, S. Kenney, T. Kunschlce, P. King, B. Hoeft, B. Kohl, S. Duthie, L. Jandourelc, B. Koopman. FOURTH ROW: Jo. Maas, B. Golz, J. Balch, N. Boettcher, B. School CSec.-Treasj, D. Wulterkens, M. Watters, S. Nowak, J. Ormson, P. Wulterkens, C. Solberg, M. Grunert CVice Pres.J, S. Haynes, M. Hardacker, N. Gall, L. Fischer, H. Schmidt, J. Sinclair, A. Koopman. FIFTH ROW: M. Jesse, R. Fisk, S. Dratz, P. Costello, C. Martell, J. McGregor, J. Cipriani, M. Waltman, D. VanVreede, K. Schmitz. CONCERT BAND. FIRST ROW KL. to RJ: T. Sumnicht, L. Grubb, M. Allinger, K. McArt, S. Schilcher, N. Barlament, C. Crouse, J. Grist, H. Ellefson. SECOND ROW: J. Cherkasky, W. Radloff, K. Hamel, J. Secor, C. Hoerning, M. Groves, V. Kaczor, B. Brunken, M. O'Connell, B. Cluberton, C. Griffin, T. Slater, K. Emling. THIRD ROW: B. Frank, D. Bartell, C. Smith, D. Kappell, M. Romenesko, K. Kuchenberg, L. Kulhavy, S. Mowry, S. Hill, J. Siebers, D. Waldhart, T. School, B. Neumann, J. Gierald, J. Dessens, J. Dvorachek, R. Hoerning, D. Maurice. FOURTH ROW: V. Short, C. Reinke, C. Spring- slroh, A. Reckor, A. Gallenberger, E. George, P. Walker, K. Steichen, B. Casper, B. Schindler, M. Wallenfang, S. Doepker, R. Wink, J. Wielock, D. Lee, D. Pike. FIFTH ROW: S. Neuman, L. Herb, B. Golgar, D. Stoch, M. Meyer, B. Matteson, G. Huettner, D. Green, S. Kuhr, J. Laux, R. Krueger, J. Kilroy, E. Brooker, D. Knapp, G. Reistad, M. Bahcall, M. Borchardt, D. Christensen, B. Tesch, P. Kitzerow, B. Hamilton. COLOR GUARD. FRONT ROW CL. to RJ: T. Sumnicht, M. O'Connell, S. Neuman, M. Kilroy. BACK ROW: C. Mortell, S. Kenney, B. Hoeft Csargeantl, B. School, A. Gallenberger. fi -1 Mg R fk ,fl and l-Te 'fx I Pep Bancl volunteers contributed to Patriot enthusiasm at all home football and basketball games. W ee., 1T"""PACIFlC f QABOVE PHOTOJ Band members worked swiftly fand lranticallyl to complete their"Pulperize 'em" for the home coming parade. QRIGHTJ Fooled ya Kimberly, there's more than one way to make a touchdown! Actually, the sky divers were one of several surprises in the half-time show, "The Washington Zoo " lin f vf fgifffii M i I r y we fi " igff f , 0 r F! fyzgy CW mg, yi J! W gi Wim A ffhgii iZ2Zf4s,fi'N ' 6 f ff mf, we fkwffwgf 5 ,gift i ff ffifg ?fif y A ' 5 A V , , if fmff fy, f ' :??y3?i?M 5 fag ZW . 'Af Ti' M555 ,igwfwmwfrfg W5 AM-+4-ww f ,www Aw + ff ewwivffvizga fi? Y KABOVEJ Band members try to "warm up" as they awaitthe start of an early morning rehearsal in preparation for homecoming activities. CBELOWJ Color Guard members also held many practices in which they designed and ran through parade and football and basketball game marching drills. WM ff- ' T ' ' auf. :-, fagvu gl az- VKAV ,gl , r'm,gggj, Z, - ff - ' 2.--1 'f ' :- - , eff r "Music, once admitted to the soul, Q' V , Qefviix 9 ' wk , - ' . . 2124211 - 21:52. f . 'fe .A ,., j .. . 1, '35, '. W - , , becomes a sort oi splrlt, and never ', 'F -"' ,L Q, A as , u dies." Bulwer ' ' ' ' A k ' " ,W 1 4, W, Z", ., E , we x I I V' -" ' 'ziggy , A. n , . ,,. , , , . , f ' ' I SF X at ' K JAZZ ENSEMBLE. QL. to RJ FIRST ROW: J. Berkley, T. Kunschke, S. Kenney, K. Collar, W. Raclloif, D. Mancl. SECOND ROW: J. Raisler, J. Hoppe, B. Goldgar, S. Nowak, L. Mittlestadt. THIRD ROW: B. Hamilton, P. Kitzerow, D. VanVreede, J. McGregor, K. Schmitz, M. Wallen- lang, P. Wulterkens, D. Pike, S. Haynes, C. Solberg, J. Ormson, G. Reistacl. 'mi .,.. A, -ff, 'W fw- If IBELIE If I US C FIRST ROW: J. Kurka, J. Hoppe, J. McDowell, K. Kleman, J. Kaemmerer, B. Rehl, L. Ostrowski, L. Lango. SECOND ROW: V. Verhagen, L. Krueger, R. Pirlot, L. Stohl, K. Knaus, C. Zak, B. Nabbefeld, D. Kurath, E. Paulson, S. Wolff, T. Mills, N. Koch, B. Herdwich. THIRD ROW: G. Kruger, P. Glassman, W. Berrens, K. Wolff, M. Miller, J. Last, P. Kirk, D. Hanson, B. Spoo, E. Steichen, S. Michler QPres.D, L. Park, M. Hardt, B. Welch. FOURTH ROW: N. Smith, B. Luckow, G. Bravick, G. Butler, S. Brown, K. Grummer, Y. Raclloii, D. Mills, R. Rehl, M. Kilroy, D. Mancl, K. Johnson, S. Duthie, L. Jandourek, B. Koopman, B. Hoelt, S. Kenney, K. Collar, D. Shefka, D. Walker, T. Mann, D. Hardt. FIFTH ROW: J. Balch, S. Uehlein, H. Schmitt, J. Sinclair, A. Koopman, S. Haynes, J. Ormson, S. Nowak, K. Schmitz, J. Cipriani, J. McGregor, B. Ciske, M. Wright, R. Koester, J. Raisler, M. LaMarca, D. Bergsma. T fxfi v if 1 rf! N xxx J WNW -1l,li- . al 1 X .. .S pp ',,v f-.F Q, " ' 'X VY x s x 1,1 Q za, V 1,-35, v mi' 98 X. at-F ,', -s.i'?xf"-11 W "' QA A I Strings in Stereo plays for social gatherings in a stereo set up. lts members are from left to right: G. Kruger, K. Kleman, N. Smith, L. Krueger. SECOND ROW: P. Glassman, J. Hoppe, K. Kurka, R. Pirlot, J. Last. THIRD ROW: M. LaMarca, B. Luckow, W. Berrens, M. Wright, D. Bergsma. WE BELIEVE I UN !!! .1 LETTEIQ ,M hswf' Here they are-Our Monogrammed Men! Duties of the lettermen included ushering at sports activities and manning the refreshment booth at basketball games. X H P ff! ffl, m ' Ill' L. E151 Q :qu l Y J' DAV TAS f f A ...f Davitas. ROW 1: D. Bartell, K. Ellestad, T. Langclok, D. Peterman, D. Fredrick, S. Williamson. ROW 2: M. Guerts, D. Diermeier, P. Wulterlcins, A. Savage, M. Buss, E. Savage, K. Dabbefeld. ROW 3: K. Steichen, K. Tjossem, J. Vandenberg, J. Mancl, B. Kuehmsted, J. Kafura, S. Schilcher. ON CHAIR: K. Meet: fSec.-Treasj, S. Winslci fVice-Pres.J, Miss Kiesow fAd.J, J. Seibel fPres.J. - SE IlIl rf., y A rl' f rv wklns lxlfel I 7 'Fl J 4 if lv 7 53 , ls, M " ' ' .A . it--QL " 'W --D' .L A 1'2'?is..+, ' A 24-legged octopus? No, it's Qhe Davitas doing handstencls. Ask any Davifas member and she will tell you ihat synchronized swimming ialces hours of long hard practice but it's also a lot of fun. .ww , i V f. SKI f f Zkfyivf ,590 fwlhfi faff ggi! WA? ff' W' wigfg '- 3, 52? y CW ' W mwww- 01,041 www 1- ff, Q., , V , , ,. ,f z 4 gf, 1 fig, K, , ', 'v 1 iv 7 W' ' ' Q: 3 4 W . . Wh. C A ,W ,fs ' Jane Sturtevant and Sandy Henng loading the boat at lie ap fa 102 Charlie Heinritz off on another trip. A variety of abilities are displayed by the ski club. FDIQENS CS FORENSICS TEAM. ROW 1: D. Welhouse, P. Schmitt, M. Hardacker, B. Malchow, S. Sheflca, J. Brunner, E. Hemauer, D. Ziven. ROW 2: R. Dengels, D. Pike, K. Hipp, S. Schleisner, S. Ellefson, S. Ernest. ROW 3: L. Rabideau, K. Grummer, H. Schmitt, B. Franzlce, K. Reiman. ROW 4: Mrs. Hoecherl, J. Shearier, J. Grist, D. Purdy. During the Forensics season, various folic instruments appeared at the meets. Below, Howard Schmitt picks at his mandolin, while waiting For the results of a ournamen s e. i ?' 1 mi. s 11 , - K gg' " x 1 ' , Dave Malley watches while camera-shy Julie Grist hides behind her reading. D 'i 4 103 AFS Bebs Gatmailan performs a Muslim fan dance forthe AFS Talent Show. Students from Ghana and Afghanistan assist. AFS Club. ROW 1: M. Raedts, J. Buhl, K. Hessler, B. Gatmaitan, S. Ernest. SECOND ROW: Mrs. Hessler CAdvisorl, E. Kaustenin, K. Hemel, L Stohl, N. Gall, K. Kneice, U. Pirlot. THIRD ROW: B. Brunken, J. Kaemmer, D. Stohl, K. Sherman, V. Verhagen. Missing: K. Wolff fPres.j, S. Wolff. Mr. Flood goes "a-broad" for AFS Week. Appleton East is thousands of miles away from my school in Manila and there are thousands of differences within the school system. My year here has been quite an experience. School starts at 7:45 instead of 7:20, students change classes instead of teachers, and each class is an hour long instead of forty minutes. On Friday night there are dances at school instead of Saturday night parties at someone's house. We can wear jeans instead of uniforms, white socks, and black shoes to school. OF course, a major difference is school being co-ed instead of all-girls. Beside watching football games and ice hockey, the most fantastic thing l have experienced is winter. ln the Philippines, our temperature does not go below 60 degrees, so this was my first time ever to see, feel, and taste snow. l was simply fascinated by it. My style of dress has come a long way from wearing summer clothes all year-round, to wearing coats, mittens, scarves, and boots. My stay here, just like everywhere else, has come to an end, but l shall forever remember my experiences and the acquaint- ances l have made here at East. I would like to thank all of you for making my AFS year a Great Year! Thank You, Bebs Gatmaitan 1' 'A ' j I .,.,. 11,1-fs? 4 . 'ff '-'f -- 1 r 5-55 East had three foreign visitors this year. Ursula Paerli was a visitor from Switzerland staying with the Orbison family. Bebs, our AFS student from the Philippines, stayed with the Ernests. Yuri Tamura came to the U.S. from Japan as an exchange student in the Youth for Understanding program. Her host family was the Sumnichts. 10 CHEEIQLEADEIQS Varsity Spirit of "l3: J. Orbison, S. Uehlein, N. Chandler, J. Johnson, J. Vanfxcker, L. Fischer, D. Einspahr ' 1 A cf: ' A N- ff". x , . ,., .L . -6 ' ' ,?75"'X. I , gh 'fs' ,-"lux -e-f, alnnnmi' r- .f '39 v K 14 Mm The Active Class of '75 was cheered on by: D. Stinemates, G. Bravick, M. Groves, S. Schleisner, J. Grist, M. O'Connell, J. Buehl East grapplers were enthusiaslically supported by: L. Wallis, J. VandenHeuvel, P. Clark, C. Schroeder It wasn't always so pleasant. , , x . Kennedy, M. Hara, D. vw' W . A. .f f"W 'Q .,M.W 2 A Supplying both enthusiasm and humor were the male cheerleaders of "IB: J. Cipriani, E. Ray, D. Lawson, S. Hanes, D. Purdy, J. Retson, B. Dafoe 1 07 5519 12 Q :wwf A. , . , 3 W 'g fe - ref , gfa in z.,- ,QAGW rf, 'Md,,.,-o6f'f., M- QECVJWS' ,cf , 5 ' '? 24 f MJ' fl M FW, 5? 3"'m,, ,,, fi a , an 3 I 1 Km? 1 'W I D691 DUTI30 IQIQI Eu' uw, mn' dr W W Y , O 1521 rw1 K ,, , 110 f Y "r1"'y I y ,' Q 0'7"'3 "M s sf ff 4 ORGANIZATIONS STAFF Diane Bartell Heidi Campbell Mary Claypool at Deanne Einspahr X Karin Ellesiad Marilyn Forster Wendy Jabas Sue Kenney Lorie Krueger Jeri Maas Cathy Mortell Howard Schmitt Bonnie School Mary Waugus Wendy Win al- f--- W ' 4, ar, , ' 5 glue V: R ll" ' ff 112 s lf, 'TWT . . uf? M 1 V V, fsl'W5iQ2B'3'a P ,M me 0 Lf? 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Anderson, C. Austin, J. Bloomer, F. Boettcher, N. Bohatschek, S. Boldt, B. Calmes, N. Cardin, J. Dempsey, J. DeYoung, B. Eichinger, P. Erbach, D. Erickson, M. Ermers, R. Gooding, J. Guither, J. Hager, D. Hanneman, K. Haynes, S. Heinritz, J. Heller, J. Herrling, D. Hopfensperger, T. lsotalo, E. Johann, J. Johnson, M. Kempen, M. Klein, G. Koopman, A. Kugler, J. Lindsley, D. Maas, J. Maloney, A. Mancl, D. Marx, K. McClenahan, W. Meyer, C. Michler, S. Morlock, A. Mortimer, T. Raedts, M. Retson, J. Ritchie, R. Rochon, R. Rosenthal, S. Rowland, K. Scheibe, T. Scheisl, J. Schimke, S. Schmidt, D. Severson, F. Sinclair, J. Stark, W. Steward, K. Thompson, J. Tjossem, K, VanderLois, D. Vandevoort, R. Werner, M. Weyenberg, E. Weyenberg, R. Worden, D. Cherkasky, M. Barden, K. Boldt, L. Ducklow, N. Fay, M. Hartzheim, M. Heuvelmans, M Johnson, P. Larson, J. Mancl, K. Moe, M. Reynolds, A. Sauer, A. Schmidt, J. Suehring, N. Vanstippen, H. Zeegers, K. SEN UD ACTIV T ES 138 A Abralram,Susan J. AFS 3, Library Staff 2,3, Pep Club 2,3 4, Student Congress 4, Ushers Club 3,4, CSecretary-Treasurers. Achterberg, David M. General Course. Achterberg, Ronald M. General Course. Alexander, Julie C. General Course. Anderson, Curtis C. Baseball 2,3,4, Basketball 9, Football Q,3,4, Future Meclics 4, Lettermen s Club 4, Spanish Club Q, Wrestling 3,4. Apitz, David H. General Course, Aspan, Mary A. AFS 3, Choir 2,3,4, Patriot Players 3, Pep Club 3,4, Modern Dance 9,3,4. Austin,Jamea General Course. B Bailin, Stuart L. Courier Q,3,4, CEclitor in Chief? FVASC 2,4, gresidentj Lantern 4, CAssistant Editorj Patriot Players 9, Pu Athletic Association 3,4, Student Council 2,3. Bain, Bruce M. Audio-Visual 2, Co-Op 4. Balch, James R. Band 9 3,4, Forensics Q, Spanish Club Q. Balch, John R. Band 2,3, Homecoming Court 4, Spanish Club Q. Baldwin,Jeffrey D. Basketball 9. Barden Kim J. AHS'-E Sky Diving Team 4, Co-Op 4, Football Q, Ski Club Q, Swim Team 2. Barl:er,Jelfrev D. General Course. Barndt, Thomas A. Gymnastics 2,3,4. Bazile, Kathleen Co-Op 4, GAA Q,, Girl's Track Q. Beauvlllia, Lynn C. AFS 3, Art Club 3, Co-Op 4, GAA 9,3,4, Pep Club 3,4, Office Careers Club 4. Bebeau, Theodore D. Courier 4, Chess Club 3,4, Gymnastics Q,3,4. Behnke, Steven R. General Course. Bender, Patricia A. Ecology Club 3,4, GAA 2, Patriot Players 3,4, Stage Crew 3,4, Thespians 3,4. Berg, Christine M. ABC 2, Co-Op 4, Ecology Club Q 3,4, Lantern 3, Latin Club 2, Patriot Players Q,3, Office Careers Club 4, Stage Crew 2 3, Swing Chorus 3. Bergman, Mary A. Art Club 3,4, Choir 2,3, Co-Op 4, GAA 2,3,4, Pep Club 3,4, Office Careers Club 4. Begsma, Daniel rchestra 9,3, Swim Team 3,4, Swing Chorus 3. Berkley, Jeffrey R. General Course. Berrens Wanda H. Art Club 4, French Club 9, Future Teachers Club 2,3, Modern Dance Q, Orchestra 2,3,4. Besselt, Sheila J. General Course. Beasette, Stuart K. General Course. Bierman, Dennis J. General Course. Biesterveld, Peter J. Tennis 3,4, Track 2. Blank, Scott H. Bowling Club 3,4, Baseball Q, Lettermen's Club 3, Ski Club Q, Swim Team 4, Wrestling 2. Blier, Marlt Basketball 9,1-3,4, Cross Country 9, Courier 4, Key Club 3 Clreasurerb. Bloomer, Frank a General Course. Boettcher, Nolan J. General Course. Bohatehak, Steven J. General Course. Boldt, Barbara A. Co-Op 4, Future Homemakers 9. Boldt, Larry J. General Course. Boldt, Susan R. Patriot Players 3,4, Spanish Club 4, Swing Chorus 2,3,4. Bonnell, David A. Bowling Club Q,3, Football 2,3,4, Patriot Players 2,3,4, Stage Crew 4, Swing Chorus 4. Bork, Debra J. General Course. Boucher, Grace Q3 Club 4, Co-Op 4, Future l-lomemakers Club 3,4, GAA Bowman, Ann M. General Course. Boyle, Kathleen J. General Course. Brandt, Melinda Davitas Q, Spanish Club 3. Branch, RobartJ. . Bowling Club 3,4, Science Club 3,4, Spanish Club 3,4. Breltengross Tom Bowling Club 4, Lettermen's Club 4, Tennis 3,4. Bressers, Mark C. Bowling Club 3,4, Spanish Club 4. Broadway, Dlana Band Q 3,4. Broehm, Ronald Swim Team 3,4. Brower, Rhonda J. French Club 2 ,GAA 2, Student Council 3. Brown, Keith General Course. Bruce, Sharon Co-OD 4 GAA 2, Pep Club Q,3,4. Bueche, Barbara A. Modern Dance 2,3, Patriot Players 3,4, Davitas 3, Swing Chorus 4, Thespians 3,4. Buelow Rebecca E. Art Club 4, Co-Oo Q,3,4, Mat Maids 3, Modern Dance 2.3. Homecoming Court 4. Bungen, Robert J. General Course. Burmelater, Bruce D. General Course. Bugsteln, LeugaJ.F T orensics . . uture eachers 3, Lantern 2, Ski Club 4, Student Council 9, Ushers Club 2,3,4. Bushman, Gerald F. General Course. Buglmaln, Jegarly 4 OW ins u , , , Printing Club 4, Wrestlin 3,4. Byrne, Sandra L. 5 Bowling Club 4. C Calmes Ellen M. Co-OnE Future Homemaker: 2,3,4. Calmea, lcholal F. General Course. Cagdlrs, Judith L. T tu ent ongress 3,4, hesoians 3,4, WASC Dele ate 4. Cherkasky, Mller R. S Band 9, Courier 3,4, Lantern 3 4, Patriot Players 3,4, Pub Athletic Association 4, Snanish Club 9. Chevalier, Wendy S. AFS 3, Co-Oo 2,3,4, DECA Club 3,4 CVice-Presidentb. Christenaon, Valerle L. GAA 3,4, Girl's Volleyball 3,4, GirI's Track 3,4. Cloudy, Robert L. General Course. Cipriani,John C. Band 2,3,4 Cheerleading 4, Davitas 3,4, Lettemlen's Club 9,3,4, Orchestra 3 4, Stage Band 2,3, Swim Team 9,3,4, Track Q 3,4, Volleyball 3,4, Badger State Delegate 3. crrlro, william s. Band 9 3,4, Ecology,Club 9, Lettermen's Club 4, Swim Team SZ 3,4, Trees for Tomorrow Delegate Q. CI .lr a e Nl a , rue . Basketball 2 3,4, Football Q,3,4. Conway, Lee C. Science Club 2,3,4. Coon, Dlena F. Co-Op 4, GAA 2. Costello, Patrlelr C. Band Q 3,4, Bowling Club 3,4, Football Q, Ski Club 4, Y.U.P. Club 4 fChairmanj. Cowling, Patrlela M. General Course. Crowell, Carol A. General Course. Curtlr,Cralg R. General Course. D Daloe, William 1. General Course. Davlx, Jlll L. Cheerleading 9, GAA 9,3,4, Girl's Swim Team 9, Gradua- tion Committee 4, Homecoming Court 4 Peo Club Q 3 CSquad Loaaorp 4 Ski Club Q, Student Council Q, Girl's Basketball Q,3,4 Girl's Track 9. De Bruin, Jeanne M. Co-Op 4, GAA 2, Latin Club Q, Patriot Players 2. Deag, Suaan K. General Course. Dlltlli, Pltllcll L. Patriot Players 3,4, Spanish Club 9, Stage Crew 4, Swing Chorus 3,4. DeLalne, Kathryn L. Future Medics 4, Choir 9,3,4. Dempsey, James D. General Course. Denll, Mleliael D. Lettermen's Club 3,4, Track 2,3,4. Derouao, Donna L. Band 9,3,4, Drill Team Q,3,4, GAA 4, Patriot Players 4. Deaelller, Lynne E. General Course, Der Meralr Katllerlne H. French Club Q, Patriot Players Q,3,4, Ski Club 9,4, Stage Crew 2,3 4. De Young, Harbara J. GAA 2,3,4, Girl's Tennis 4. Dlaball, Deborah M. Bowling Club 2,3, Co-Op 4, GAA Q,3, Pep Club Q, Girl's Track 2 3,4. Dletzen, balllal General Course. Damlnawrkl Daniel M. Bowling Club 3. Donahue Pamela S. Band 2',3,4, Tennis 4, GAA 4. Donnelly, Tllblll E. Bowling Club 3, Printing Club 4. Dorn, Kenneth D. General Course. Dara, Joreuh A. Bowling Club 3,4. Dorow, Jeffrey M. Bowling Club 3, Ski Club 2, Volleyball 3,4. Doule, Katllrvn A. Pep Club 3. Dratz. Sllllllll l-- Eand 2,3 4, Bowling Club 3 4, Ecole? Club 3 4, French Club Q, bolnioal sorerioe Club 4, Ski lub 4, Cn... Club 3,4. Dreluon, George W. Co-Ops Fogensics 2, Key Club 2. Duclrlow, an . Forensics 9, Latin Club 9, Patriot Players 2,3,4, Peo Club Y, Stage Crew 2,3,4, Thespians 3,4. Dunrlrn, Susan M. Ecology Club 2,3,4, Latin Club 9, Library Staff 4, Patriot Players 2,3, Stage Crew 2,3, Thesoians 2,3. Duel, Llnda M. Co-Ogu9,3,4, Choir 2,3. Dlrthle a J. ABC 9, AFS 3,4, Future Medics 4 Graduation Committee 4, Lantern 9,3, Orchestra 3,4, Ski Club 9, Student Council 9. E Ebben, Steven A. General Course. Ehlert, Mlehael A. General Course. Elehlnger, Paul H. General Course. Eiek, Debra L. AFS 2,3, GAA 2,3,4, Lantern 9,3,4 CEditor in Chiefb, PeD Club Q,3,4, Usher's Club 3,4. Elnspallr, DeAnn E. U Cheerleading 2,3 4, GAA Q,3,4, Girls Gymnastics 9 3,4, Lantern 4, Peo Club 9,3,4, Ski Club Q,3,4, Badger State Delegate 3 CAlternateD. Emriclt, Scott F. General Course. Erbach, Danlel J. Chess Club 3,4. Erickson, Mlehael R. General Course. Ermers, Randy F. General Course. Enington, Deborah A. Co-Op 2, Swing Chorus 3, DECA 4. F Farah, Connie M. Art Club 4 CSecretary-Treasurerj, GAA 2,4, Peo Club 2,3. FIY Michael K. General Course. Feavel, Jethey L. General Course. Ferris, Joseph J. AFS 3, Debate 4, Lantern 3,4, Latin Club Q, Student Council 3. Flrger, Rich S. o-Oo 4. Flscher Llnda L. Band' Q,3,4, Cheerleading 2,3 4, Girl's Gymnastics Q,3,4, GAA 2,3,4, Orchestra 4, Peo Club 2,3,4. Flrcller Ronald L. Football 9,3,4. Fonlund, Terese A. Courier 9, Co-Op 4, GAA 2,3, Peo Club Q,3, Girl's Track 3, Business Club 4. Forster Judlth A. Co-Oo 4, GAA 2,3, Latin Club 2, DECA 3,4, Young Democrats 4. Forster Marilyn A. ABC 2,3,4, GAA 2, Graduation Committee 4, Lantern 4, Spanish Club 2. Franlr, Barbara J. Band 2,3,4, Bowling Club 3, Co-Oo 4, Lantern 2. Franske, Sara R. Ecology Club 4, FHA 2, Swing Chorus 3,4. Freeman, Bruce D. Courier 4, Ecology Club 4, Forensics 9, Future Medics 4, Latin Club 2, Spanish Club 3,4. Frey, Wllllem T. General Course. Friedman, Marla L. Electronics Club 2, Lettermen's Club 4, Swim Team Q,3,4, Tennis Team 2,3,4, Volleyball 4. Froehllch, Anne L. AFS 2,3 4, Band Q,3,4, Orchestra 3,4. Fuent, Carla J. GAA 4. G G ll N E. 165521, Band e,3,4, Bowling Club Q,3,4. Garrett James B. Gil.: Cla sz,-sg Wrestling Q. gotyfjp TCIGAA Q, Cheerleading 3, Peo Club Q, Office G Careeg Carb E, Ski Club 4, Choir 3. .ee:bp.4, Fzture Homemakers 4, DECA 4. Gatmaltan, Marla Lourdes KBebal AFZK., GA? 4, Lantern 4, Library Stall 4. Giazwlhngngrril 2,3,4, GAA sz,3,4, Mai Maids 3,4, Peo Club Qi3,4, YouniDemocrats 4. Ge rt Lauren . AFS 3, Art Club 3, Debate 3, GAA Q,s, Lam... 9, Ln... Club 2 CVice-Presidentj, Mat Maids 3,4, Pep Club 2.3,4, Young Democrats 4. Gendlan, Kim S. Ski Club 3,4. Gerhardt, Alan A. Bowling Club 9,4, Football Q, Wrestling Q,a. Gerrits, Keith W. General Course. Gevellnger, Thomas J. GlBowu:ngdCIiIrb 3,4. ere, n Y . ABC 4. Graduation Committee 4, Mat Maids 3, Modern Dance 2. Gill, Margaret E. General Course. GI , R el lR. slzxllintgrllfflub 3,4, Printing Club 3,4 CVice-Presidentb. Glmman, Pattl L. AFS 3,4, Bowling Club 2,3,4, French Club 2, Orchestra 2,3 4, Ski Club 4, Swing Chorus 2,3,4, Tennis 3. Glourlemans, Davld L. Co-Op 4, Track Q, Wrestling 3. Golz, Robert W. Band 2,3,4. Gamln, Mark F. General Course. Gooding, Janls M. Co-Oo 4, GAA 2. Gordon, Kim J. GSwinwTezm ?,4. ou en y . GAA 3,4, Ski Club 23.4. Student Council 3. Grell, Loula E. General Course. Gtledl Linda M. Co-Oo 4, Office Careers Club 4. Grishaber, Carla J. AFS 3, French Club 3 CVice-Presidentj. Grishaber, Henry J. General Course. Grishaber,Jean C. GAA 2,3, Girl's Volleyball 2,3, Latin Club 2, Pep Club 2,3,4, Llsher's Club 3,4. Grummer, Kimberly A. AFS 3 CSecretaryD, Forensics 3,4, Future Teachers Club 3, Girl's Swim Team 4, Orchestra 4, Pep Club 3, Student Council 2, Trees for Tomorrow Delegate 2, Usher's Club 3,4, Badger State Delegate 3 CAlternateD. Grunert, Marc S. Band 2,3,4, Camera Club 4, Football 2, Stage Band 4, Wrestling 2,3,4. Guither, James E. Chess Club 4. Gutsclrow, Denice A. General Course. Guvette, Anne M. General Course, H Hackbarth, Steven J. General Course. Hager, Deborah L. Co-Op 4, Spanish Club 2, Office Careers Club 4. Hamilton, Hugh J. General Course. Hankey, Steven J. General Course. Hanneman, Kathy A. General Course. Hansman,John C. General Course. Hanson, Darice M. Library Stall 3, Orchestra 2,3,4. Hardt, David H. Basketball 2, Football 2,3,4, Tennis 2,3,4, Orchestra 2,3,4. Hardy, Paul A. General Course. Hardy, Randy J. General Course. Harp, Steven E. General Course. Hartzheim, Mark General Course. Harvey, Floyd C. Football 2,4, Key Club 2,4 Homecoming Court 4, Letter- men's Club 4, Pep Club 4, Ski Club 4, Student Congress 4, WASC Delegate 4. Hassell, Dennis R. Baseball 2,3,4, Co-Op 2,3, Football 2,3, Wrestling 3. Haugen, Donald G. Co-Op 3,4, Swim Team 2,3. Haynes, Steven A. ABC 4, Band 2,3,4, Cheerleading 3,4, Courier 2,3,4, Forensics 4, Lantern 2,3,4, Orchestra 2,3,4. Haza, Marta A. Basketball 2, Cheerleading 4, GAA 2, Girl's Swim Team 4, Pep Club 2,3, Ski Club 2 3,4, Student Council 3, Student Congress 4 CAlternatej, WASC Delegate 3. Heeter, William B. General Course. Heim, Dawn M. GAA 2,3, Pep Club 4, Young Democrats 4. Heiman, Georgina A. Co-Op 4, GAA 3,4, Pep Club 2. Heimmerman, Mark J. Bowling Club 3, Electronics Club 2,3,4. Heinritz, Daniel R. Baseball 2,3,4, Basketball 2,3,4 Football 2,3,4 CCo-Captainj, Homecoming Court 4, Key Club 2, Lettermen s Club 2, Badger State Delegate,3. Heinritz,Joseph P. General Course. Heinritz, Gregory J. Art Club 3. Heller, James P. General Course. Herirrs, Sandra K. AFS 2,3 CPresidenO, GAA 2, Modern Dance 4, National Honor Society 3, Pep Club 2,3,4, Ski Club 3,4 Student Council 2, Student Congress 3,4 fecretaryh, Trees for Tomorrow Delegate 2, Usher's Clu 3,4, Badger State Delegate 3. Herrling, Douglas S. ABC 4, Patriot Players 3, Stage Crew 3, Swim Tearrg9,4, Thespians 3. Herwig Joanne M. coop 4, GAA Q,4, DECA Club 3,4 cswenfyp. Heuvelmans, Monique B. ABC 3,4, Co-Op 2,3, Drill Team 2, GAA 2,3,4. Hibbard, Carrie French Club 2,3, GAA 2, Mat Maids 3, Modern Dance 2, Pep Club 2,3, Student Council 2,3. Hietpas, Deborah A. Future Medics Association 2,4, GAA 2, Lantern 4, Latin Club 2, Pep Club 2,3,4 CSQuad Leaderj, Swing Chorus 3, Usher's Club 4. Hilsrendorl, Lynne V. Co-Op 4 Cpresidentj, ABC 2,3, German Club 2,3,4 CPresi- dentj, Pep Club 3,4. Hintz, Michael C. General Course. Hoell, Betty A. Band 2 3,4, Color Guard 4 QSergeantD, Patriot Players 4, Swing Chorus 2,3,4, Thespians 4. Hallman, Cathy A. AFS 2,3, Art Club 4, GAA 2,3,4, Modern Dance 2,4, Pep Club 2.3,4. Hallman, Michael J. General Course. Hollman, Victoria A. Cheerleading 2, Future Homemakers 2,3,4. Hollman, Gary R. Bowling Club 2, Cross Country 3,4, Track 2,3,4. Hghnberser, Gary F. rack 2,3,4, Cross Country 3,4, Bowling Club 2. Holz, Mariorie A. General Course. Hoover, Steven J. Co-Op 4, Football 2. Hoplensperger Cheryl J. GAA 2 4, Girl's Volleyball 2, Mat Maids 3,4 CPresidenO, Pep Club 2, Student Council 2 CAlternateD. Honfensnerser, Debra A. General Course. Hoplensperger, Thomas J. Art Club 3, Cross Country 3,4, Track 2,3,4, Swim Team 3. Hoppe Ellen L. Co-OD 4 Ollice Careers Club 4 gSecretaryD, GAA 2,3,4, Girl's VollcYball 2, Pep Club 2,3, tudent Council 3. Hoppe,JodY A. Band 2,3, Graduation Committee 4, Orchestra 2,3,4, Patriot Players 4, Stage Band 3,4. Horn, Michael Football 3. Howard, Mavis E. General Course. Huhn, Patrick T. Football 3,4. Hunsinser, Linda S. Co-OD 4, GAA 3. Huntley, Diane M. General Course. Hurley, Deborah M. GIener1al Coarrse. Hure erri . GAFA 2,3,4, Girl's VollcYball 2. Hutchison Bradley J. Football4, Swim Team 2,3,4. lsatalo, Ernest L. General Course. J Jacquol, Joanna L. Band 2,3, Drill Team 2,3,4. Jenneman Donald E. Baseball 3,4, Football 2, Swim Team 2,3. Jens, Michael C. Football 2,3, Wrestling 2,3,4. Jesse, Mark A. Band 9,3,4. Jilelt, Debra L. GAA, Ski Club. Jochman, Roger J. C -O 4 o p . Johann, John A. J general Coarse. o nson, err . AFS 4 CRepresentativeD, Cheerleading 3,4, GAA 9.3.4, Student Council 3, Homecoming Court 4, Mat Maids 3, Pep Club 2634, Skilglub 2,3,4. J n on, ristine . OAFS 3,4, Band 2,3,4, Future Medics Association 4, Or- chestra 4. Johnson, Marcus ABC 3,4, Graduation Committee 4. Johnson, Patricia J. General Course. Josephs, Evelyn S. 'Co-OD 4. K Kalura, Jody J. AFS 3,4, Davitas 3,4, Future Medics Association 9,4 GAA 2 Girl's Volleyball 2, Modern Dance 2,3, Pep Club 2,3,4 dreasurerb. Kaopell, Debra A. Band 2,3,4. Karr, Curtis H. K Genesal Couge. arras, ancy . A Cheerleading 2,3, GAA 2,3,4, Office Careers Club 4, Ski Club 2,3,4. Kasper, John R. Track 2,3,4, Wrestling 3, Football 2,3,4. Kauth, Jerrold M. Choir 2,3,4, Patriot Players 3,4. Kehl, Jeffrey W. Generalgfourse. Kelley, Ro ert . . A Basketball 2.3.4, Golf 2.3.41 KZY Club 9.3.4 fV1CC-PWS" dentj, Lettermen's Club 3,4, Spanish Club 2,3. Kellv, Mary C. Co-Op 4. Kemkes, John M. General Course. Kempen, Mary E. General Course. Kennedy, Linda I ABC 4, Cheerleading 3,4 GAA 2,3, Graduation Com- mittee 4, Mat Maids 3, Ski Club 2,3,4. Kenney, Susan V. Band 2,3,4, Color Guard 4, Lantern 2,4. Orchestra 2,4, S anish Club 4 CTreasurerj, Stage Band 2,3,4, Student Cllbuncil 2. Kern, Paul D. , Football 9, Lettermen s Club 3,4, Ski Club 2,3,4, Track Q,3,4, Volleyball Q,3,4. Keltner Barbara J. coop 4, Latin Club 2, Office cami. Club 4. Kilroy, Margaret A. A Band 2,3,4, Color Guard 4, GAA 4, Mat Maids 4, Or- chestra 4, Spanish Club 3,4. Kilsdonk, Jeanie A. Graduation Committee 4. King, Pamela General Course, Kirk, David E. Swim Team 2,3. Kiser, Karen S. General Course. Klein, Gary F. KIGvmnatics Qi. e ps ancY . K Go-Ocp 4, Business Club 4. naus, aren . Co-Op 4, Library Stall 3, Spanish Club 2, Business Club 4. Kneice Kathleen A. Band 2,3,4. Koepsel, Gerald Bowling Club 2. Koester, Randolph W. Basketball 2,3,4, Cross Country 2,3,4, OVCPCSUU 9.3.4, Track. Korl'lF.liE'l'5',5,l'E3AA 9,3,4, caap 4, Track 3, Business club 4. Kohl Kathleen A. Alfs a, coop 4, GAA 2,3,4, Girlz Volleyball 9,a, Pep Club 3 4, Office Careers Club 4. Kolosso, Steven General Course. Koopman, Ann E. General Course. Kositzke, Rick L. Bowling Club 2,3,4. Kositzke, Robert H. Bowling Club 2,3,4, Track 9,3, Wrestling 2. Kramer, Teresa M. GAA 2,3,4, Girl's Tennis Team 3,4, Girl's Volleyball 3, Pep Club 2,3, Tennis 3,4, Volleyball 3, Kraus, Ronald H. General Course. Kreicha, Brian L. Football 2, Lantern 2. Kroiss, Linda M. , General Course, Co-Op 4, Office Careers Club 4. Krueger, Christine A. General Course. Kruger, Gail P. German Club 2,3,4, Orchestra 2,3,4. Krueger, Karen L. Bowling Club 2,3,4, Future Medics 2,4, GAA 3, Pep Club 4, Ski lub 2,3,4, Student Council 2,3, Usher's Club 2,3,4 CPresidentD. Kuchenbecker, Tom L. General Course. Kuchenberg, Daniel W. Swim Team 2,3. Football 2. Kuehmsted, Barbara E. AFS 2,3, Davitas 3,4, GAA 2,3, Graduation Committee 4, Pep Club 2,3,4, Ski Club 2,3,4, Student Council 2,3, Usher s Club 2,3,4. Kugler, Joseph M. General Course. Kuhnke Susan K. Coop 4, GAA Q,3,4, Track 93. Kundiger Rex W. Swim Team 2 3,4. Kumllk., road E. , General Course. Kunstman,Susan C. Co-Op 4, GAA 2,3,4, Pep Club 2,3,4, Office Careers Club 4. Klnx, Cary L. Key Club 4. Kurka, Jean B. Bowling Club 3, Drill Team 4, Orchestra 2,3,4 CVice-Presi- clentD, Ski Club 4, lJsher's Club 4, Strings in Stereo 2,3,4. L Laabs, Steven F. General Course. Laehn, Todd M. Art Club 4. Lamm, Betty A. Future Medics 4, Latin Club 2, Pep Club 3,4. Langman, Barbara A. Art Club 4, Courier 2,3, GAA 2, Graduation Committee 4, Lantern 2,3,4 CClasses Editorj, Latin Club 2 CPresidentD, Pep Club 2,3 CSQUBCJ Leaderj 4 CPresidenO, Student Council 2,3, Student Congress 4, Ushe"s Club 4, Young Democrats 4. La Pierre, Matthew C. Forensics 2,3,4, Patriot Players 2,3,4, Student Council 3 CClass PresiclentD, Student Congress 3, Thespians 2,3,4. Lappen, Cheryl A. Davitas 2,3, GAA 2,3, Lantern 2. Lappen, Mary A. General Course. Larson, Janet Co-Op 4. Lautenschlaser, Diane K. General curse. Lawson, Harold D. Cheerleading 3,4 Lettermen's Club 3,4, Printing Club 4, Volleyball 2,3 4, Wrestling 2,3,4. Lazowski, Linda General Course. LeMieux, Ronald J. Printing Club 4 Wrestling 3. Lemmers, Deborah J. General Course. Co-Op 4, Future Homemakers of America. Lemons, Dianne M. GFSJE, GAA 2, Modern Dance 4, Pep Club 2,3, Spanish u . Lewis, Mark C. Tennis 3,4. Lillge, Drew M. General Course. Lindlofl, Laurel A. Future Medics 2,4, Latin Club 2. Lindsley Douglas M. Swim Team 2. Lochner Karlene R. Art Club 2, GAA 2,4, Modern Dance 3, Pep Club 2,3 CSuuad Leaderj, Ski Club 2,3,4, Teacher's Aid 4. Loecke, Diane L. General Course. Art Club 4, Bowling Club 4, GAA 3,4. Loescher, Jon M. Band 2,3, Cross Country 3,4, Future Medics 4, Stage Crew 2 Track 2. Luekow, Barbara L. General Course. M Maas, Jeri L. General Course. Maas,Joseph R. General Course. Mach, Charlene K. Co-Op 2,3,4, DECA President, Drill Team 2,3. Mackin, Michele R. Future Teachers 3,4, GAA 2,3, German Club 2,3, Patriot Players 2,3,4, Pep Club 2,3. Mahloch, Jane M. Co-Op 4, Davitas 2, Drill Team 3,4, GAA 2,3, Mat Maids 4, Pep Club. Mahloch, Jean A. Drill Team 3,45 GAA 2,3, Pep Club 3. MaIIey,Davld . Cross Country 2,3,4, Future Medics 4, Lettermen's Club 2,3,4, Track 2,3,4. Maloney, Amy L. Co-Op 4, GAA Q. Maloney, Kathleen M. GAA 2, Mat Maids 3,4 CSecretaryD. Malueg Debra J. Drill Team 2. Mancl, Dennis M. 'Band 2,3,4 CTreasurerD, Orchestra 3,4, Science Club 2,3,4 CPresidentD, Stage Band 3,4, Student Council 3, Chess Club 3,4 Pit Orchestra 3,4. Mancl, Janet M. Davitas 2,3 CVice-PresidentQ 4, Fcology Club 4, French Club M3,4i L2ntern'3,4. anc aren . Band 2,3,4, Forensics 2, Latin Club 2, Science Club 2,3 CPresidentD. Mangan, Gail J. GAA 4, Pep Club 4. Martzahl, Nancy L. General Course. Marx, Kathryn A. General Course. Matteson, Robin R. General Course. Mauthe, Robert L. ' Cross Country 2,3,4, Key Club 3,4, Lettermens Club 3,4, Track 2, MeArt, Kristin E. Girl's Gymnastics 2,3,4, Ski Club 2, GAA 2,3,4. McCIerrahan, William S., lll Stage Crew 2,3. McDowell,Judith C. A GAA 2, Graduation Committee 4, Orchestra 2,3,4, Patriot Players 2,3,4, Swing Chorus 4, Choir 3,4, Teachers Ald 4. McGregor, John R. h Band 2,3,4, Lettermen s Club 4, Orchestra 3,4, Stage Band 2,3,4, Volleyball 3,4. McLennan, Robert J. Football 2,3,4. Meetx, Kathryn A. Courier 4 CContributing Edited, Davitas 3 CSecretaryj 4, CSecretary-Treasurerj, Ecology Club 3,4, GAA 2,3, Lantern 4 CCO-Senior Class Eclitorl, Modern Dance 2,3, Pep Club 2,3 4 CVice-Presidentb, Usher's Club 4. Meighan, Kevin T. Football 2,3, Folk Club 3,4, Ski Club 2,3,4. Meinhardy Judy L. spanish Club 9,1 Menning, Craig A. I Electronics Club 2 EVice-Presidentj, 3 CPresiclen0, 4 KVICC- PresidentD, Science lub 3,4. Merkel, Debra J. AFS 3, Co-Op 4, GAA 2, Lantern 3,4, Pep Club 2,3, Spanish Club 3, Office Careers Club 4 KTreasurerD. Merkel, Donald L. Electronics Club 2. Merkel, Joan E. A GAA 2,3, Girl's Volleyball 2, Ski Club 4, Student Council 2. Metcher, Jean M. General Course. Meyer, Charles General Course. Meyer Douglas S. V gaseball 2,3,4 CCC:-Captainj, Football 4, Lettermens Club ,4. Meyer Exa M. Co-Op 4. Michler, Sara J. ABC 2,3, Art Club 2,4 CPresidentD, Ecology Club 2,3, Orchestra 2,3. Mielke, Ronald J. General Course. Miles, Jess W. , Basketball 2, Football 2,4, Key Club 3,4, Lettermen s Club 4, Ski Club 4. Miller, Marlene A. Future Medics 2,4, Latin Club 2, Orchestra 2,3,4. Mills, David D. Band 2,3,4, Courier 3,4, Orchestra 4, Creative Writing Club 3. Mills, Thomas C. b Courier 3,4 Uvlanaging Editorj, Forensics 2 3, Graduation Committee, Lantern 2,3, Library Staff 3,4, hlational l-lon-or Society 3,4, Orchestra 2,3 4, Patriot Players 2,3,4, SDdl'HSl1 Club 2, Student Council 2, Thespians 3,4, Trees for Tomorrow Delegate 2. Mirek, Jerome General Course. Maderson, Paul W. Baseball 2,3,4. Moe, Marc C. Bowling Club 3, Golf 3, Gymnastics 2,3,4. Monday, Richard G. General Course. Mooney, Marilyn K. General Course. Morlock, Andrew A. General Course. Mortell, Catherine A. Band 2,3,4, Color Guard 4, GAA 3, Lantern 2,3,4 ICO- Editorj, Pep Club 4, Usher's Club 3,4. Mortimer, Thomas M. General Course. Mawry, Donald J. I Bowling Club 4, Lettermen s Club 3,4, Track 2,3,4. Much, Kathleen J. Co-Op 2,3,4, Chorus 2,3, DECA 3,4. Mueller, Terry J. . Bowling Club 4, GAA 2,4, Lantern 3, Pep Club 3. N Nabbeleld, Kay E. AFS 3, Davitas 3,4 Forensics 2,3, GAA 2, Girl's Swim Team 3, Lantern 3, Modern Dance 3, Patriot Players 4. Pep Club 2,3,4, Ski Club 4, Student Council 3, Student Congress 4, Thespians 4. Neltxke, Ranae A. GAA 2,3,4, Lantern 3, Patriot Players 4, Pep Club 3, Spanish Club 4, Chorus 2,3,4. Nelson, Mall: A. Baseball 3,4, Key Club 3,4. Newman, Sheila K. General Course. Newlin, Marjorie A. GAA 2,3,4, Pep Club 2,3. Nickel, James A. General Course. Norder, Mary A. General Course. Nowak, Steven R. Band 2.3.4. Courier 4, Lantern 3.4, Patriot Players 3. Stage Band 9.3.4. Swing Chorus 4. O O'ConneIl, Bonnie S. Band 9.3, Debate 4. Swing Chorus 2.3. Ohman, Carleen Davitas 3, GAA 2.3, Pep Club 2.3. Oliver, Andrew W. Cross Country 9.3.4, Courier 3.4, Lantern 4. Lettermen's Club 3,4 CPresidentJ. Track 9.3.4. Badger State Delegate 3. Band 2, Commencement Flag Bearer 3. Ormson. James L. Band 2 3,4, Bowling Club 4. Tennis 3.4. Otto. Richard M. Football 9. Ottone. Charles M. General Course. P Paden, Curtis J. General Course. Paarll Ursla AFS 4, GAA 4, Girl's Tennis Team 4, Ski Club 4. Track 4. Park, Elisabeth S. Davitas 3, Homecoming Court 4, Modern Dance 2.3.4 QPresi- dentb, Orchestra 2.3 CVice-Presidentj, 4 CSecretaryJ, Pep Club 4, Ski Club 4, Student Congress 4, Usher's Club 4. Parthle Sue A. ABC 3,4, Bowling Club 4, Future Medics 4, Future Teachers 4, GAA 3. Paull, Lorralna E. Davitas Q Patriot Players 4. Choir 2.3.4. Peterman. Craig A. Tennis 9.3.4. Paterson, Linn M. Ecology lub 3,4 CSecretary-Treasurerb. GAA 2, Stage Crew 3.4. Peterson. Nancg J. ABC 2.3.4. cology Club 2.3.4, French Club 9.4 CPresidenO. GAA 9.4. Patriot Players 2.3.4, Stage Crew 2.3.4. Student P CounciL2, Thexaians 3.4. I . e erson, eggy Future Teachers 2.4, GAA 2.3.4. Pep Club 3.4. Petrasko. George Co-Op 4, Football 9.3.4. Track 2.3.4. Pattegraw. James F. Courier 3,4, Football 2.3.4, Forensics 9.3.4. Graduation Committee 4, Key Club 2, Lantern 4, Lettermen's Club 3.4. Ski Club 2.3.4 CPresident?, Student Council 3, Track 9.3.4, Wrestling Q, Audio Visua 9.3.4. Pierson. Clifford F. Band 2.3. Bowling Club 3, Courier 4, Golf 9.3.4, Key Club 4, Student Council 2.3. Pike, Nancy M. , Drill Team 9.3.4 CDrilI Masterj. Pep Club 2.3.4. Usher s Club 3.4. Polakowslrl, Lynn M. Drill Team 2. Polakowrkl, Nancy M. P Geneaal Cognac. ornpa. osep . Latin Club 9. Prelmsberaar, Mark E. Wrestling 3.4. Probrt. Gary A. Band 9.3. Pruno, Roland E. General Course. R Rabldeau, LouAnn ABC 4 Forensics 3,4, Library Staff 4, Stage Crew 4. dl rr Y M Ra o . vcnna . Band 2.3.4, Library Staff 4. Raedts, Mary J. AFS 4. GAA 4, Girl's Tennis Team 4. Ralslar, John P. Courier 3.4, Orchestra 2.3.4. Stage Band 3,4, Stage Crcw 9.3 4, Thesoians 2.3.4, Patriot Players 9.3.4. Rassal, Dannls J. Camera Club 9. Ra . Earl M. Cheerleading 3.4, Football 9, Key Club 4. Wrestling 9.3.4. Rehfeldt, David J. Courier 4 CSports Editorj. Football 9, Key Club 4, Lantern 4, Swim Team 2.3.4. Rehmer. Susan M. ABC 9.3, Future Medics 3. Relnke. Vlctorla L. French Club 9, GAA 9, Graduation Committee 4. Patriot Players 9.3.4, Ski Club 9, Stage Crew 9.3.4, Student Council 9. Retsors, Jallrey G. Senior Class President, Basketball 9, Cheerleading 3.4. Volleyball 2.3.4. Retson, Thomas P. Basketball 9 Latin Club 9. National Honor Society 3,4, Ski Clulidiffxt SVicehPresidentD, Wrestling 3. Reyna 1 n rew . Baseball 2.3.4. Football 2.3.4, K.. Club 3,4, sta Club 2. Swim Team 2.3. Ribble, Kevin P. General Course. Rlaman. Kathryn A. ABC 9,3 4, AFS 3. Forensics 9.4, French Club 4. GAA 4. Student Council 3. Rink. Danlal J. General Course. RltEhIec5Ra5sd4y J. o- p . Rachon. Robert J. General Course. Ro ers. Rebecca L. Art Club 4, Band 9 3.4, Ecolo y Club 4 GAA 3,4, Lantern 4, Pep Club 2.3.4 CSecretaryD. Flshefs Club 4. Raovera. Barbara J. GAA 2.3.4. Girl's Volleyball 9.3.4, Track Q. Rasenthal.Sandra A. Co-OD 9. Rother, Lynda M. ECOl0BY Club 9.3.4. GAA 3. Lantern 3, Latin Club 9, Patriot Players 2.3. Stage Crew 2.3, Thespians 2.3.4. Rowland, Kim S. General Course. Rusch, Brlan A. General Course. S Saser.Jamer R. Band 9. Baseball 2.3.4. Courier 4, Key Club 2.3.4, Lantern 4. Lettermcn s Club 4. Salbal.Jerorne S. Ski Club 3.4. Swim Team 4, Track 4, Audio Visual 4, Chess Club 3,4, Gymnastics 3. Sauer. Gary F. General Course. Sauer. Allan R. General Course. Sauter. Mark E. General Course- Savage Anna M. Band 9.3.4. Davitas 4, GFUK 2.3.4 Girl's Swim Team 2.3.4. PCD Club 2.3,4 Tennis 9. sher's Club 4. Schaefer. Elizabeth A. GAA 2.3. Schaefer. Judy A. GAA 9. Graduation Committee 4, Ski Club 4. Schelbe. Thomas General Course. S h lb Vi t I L c e e. c ora . Co-OD 3,4 Modern Dance, 2, DECA Club 3.4. same. Timothy R. Future Medics 4 CPresidentD. Schleiermayer. David L. Bas etbal 2.3.4, Courier 2 3.4 CCD-Editor in Chiefl, Ecolo5Y Club Q. Forensics 2.3.4, Fluture MedicS 4 CVice-Presidcntl. Homecoming Court 4 National Honor Society 3.4. Student Council 3. rees for Tomorrow Delegate 2. Volleyball 3.4. Badger State Delegate 3. SchIesI,JeHrey L. General Course. Schlmlte. Steven F. Bowling Club 3.4. Spanish Club 3, Track 3.4, Schlnke, Jams J. ??'set:Sall 3. Football 2.3.4, Track 2, Homecoming Court 4 in Schrnldqt. om.. W. Tennis 9.3.4. SchmIdt,Jahn A. General Course. Schmidt. Mary L. General Course. Schmltj. Paul C. Ban 2 3, Forensics 9.3.4. French Club 2.3. Patriot Players 2.3.4. Thespians 3.4. Schmitt. Kurt R. Band 9.3.4, Electronics Club 4, Orchestra 4, Stage Band 3.4. School. Bannlr A. AFS 3. Band 2.3.4 CSecretary-Treasurerl. Bowling Club 3.4. Color Guard 4 French Club 9 GAA 2.3. Girls Tcnnls S Icom 2. Eatiiicn Players 3. Pep Club 3. Science Club 4. I rel er. ar . Bowclins Club 3. Co-Oo 4. Electronics Club 2.3. Schroghr. Carla J. Ban 9.3.4. GAA 3. Pep Club 3. Schuh. Diana C. Co-On 4. GAA 9.3. Schultz Sandra J. Art Club 2. Dayitas 9. GAA 2.3. Mat Maids 3. Schulz. Janine J. CQ.Oa 4. Gymnastics 2.3.4, GAA 9.3.4. Schumac or Michael J. S Il:ringngTClub 4, Track 2.3.4. c we Z. errant! S ,Camera Clutg.3.4, Swim Team 3. Football 2. Printing Club 4. c warsbauer. even G Electronics Club 3. Science Club 3.4 CVice-Prcsidentb. Sgear. Richard M. Bowling Club 3.4. Saldl. Cynthia M. General Course. Saldl. Robert P. s Sing? FQEM' e er gr a . eng 3, Ars 2.3, and 2.3. GAA 2, P... cub 2.3.4. ushsrs U . Selnel, Dlvld G. Bowling Club 3. Football 2, Swim Team 2, Tennis 2.3.4. Wrcstlins 3. Sevarson. Frank C. General Course. Shannon Rachel M. Arr club 4. Shalka, Kathryn A. General Course- Sherman. Catherine AFS 2.3.4, Lantern 9.4, Pep Club 2.4. Slalrars Bruce A. Bowling Club 2.3. Co.Op 4. Sleth. Stavan W. General Course. Sinclair. James M. ga5vd19.3,4. Courier 4. Badger State Delegate 3. Key Club Skarda.Jane A. Choir 3. Co-Op 4. GAA 2.3.4, Office Careers Club 4. Sloboda. Nancy A. Debate 3. Student Council 9.3. Smith. Barbara J. ABC 2 3 4. Ecology Club 9. Future Teachers 9.3 CPf2tl- S c:5:1tQGiliA 9.3.4. Girl's Tennis Team 9. m ,ar . S Caciurloiga Club 2 CPresIdentD. Ski Club 4. Student Council 3. .M . ,ll I . Band 9.3.4 Bowling Club 4. rr u W 5 lt M . . mBarld Q?lBaseball 3.4. Basketball 9.3, Football 9. Golf 9. Ski S CiuJbR9.3a4R mGeher:TCourse. Smith. Tonl M. S firm? liiulff' s . oBaF1g'2.l3'4. Basketball 3. Science Club 4. SWBC Bend 4. Student Council 3. Sommer, Cynthia R. Band 2,3,4, Courier 4, Color Guard 3, Davitas 2,3 CSecre- taryj 4, Drill Team 4, GAA 2,3 CPresidentD 4, Girl's Swim Team 2,3,4, Homecoming Court 4, Patriot Players 2, Pep Elhb4Q,3,4, Student Council 9, Girl's Track 9, Girl's Basket- Sommer, Thomas G. Baseball 2.3.4, Basketball 9, Football 2,3,4, Printing Club 4, Swins Chorus 3. Sonsthagen, Gail A. Basketball 3,4, Color Guard 4, DECA Club 3,4, GAA Snilman. Debra K. Stage Crew 4 Swing Chorus 4, Thesoians 3,4. Sbrlngers, Jane F. General Course. Snreeman.Jante M. General Course. Snrotte, Glenn A. Courier 4, Student Council 3, Wrestling 3. Stachowlak, Beth A. Band 2.3,4, Drill Team 2,3,4, GAA 23,4 iVice-Presidentj, PED Club 9.3. Ski Club Q,4, Student Counci Q. Stark, Wendy J. General Course. Starr, Brad N. General Course. SNYY, Mitchell M. Courier 4 Football Q, Lantern 4, Swim Team 2. Steen, Douglas R. Camera lub Q, Courier 3,4, German Club Q, Lantern 3,4, in Ste' Daniel J. Ar's 4, Bowling Club 4, can 9,-1, Key cub 4, su Club 4. Stein Mich l C. . e e Band 2,3, Co-Oo 4, Office Careers Club 4, Spanish Club 4, GAA 2,3,4. Ski Club 4. Stelow. Diane M. GAA 2,3,4, Mat Maids 3, Pep Club 9,3,4. Stevenson. Frances L. ABC 3,4, Art Club 4, Ecology Club 4, Graduation Com- mittee 4. Modern Dance 4, Steward. Kenneth W. Co-on 4. Stoeger, Patti L. GAA 2,3,4, Latin Club 2, Pep Club 2,3. Stoffel, Richard J. General Course. Sto I Lisa A. AFS 4, French Club Q, Future Teachers 4, GAA Q,3,4, Lantern 4, Orchestra S?,3,4, Pep Club 3,4. Stroess. Cynthia S. Bowling Club 4, Camera Club 4, GAA 9.4. Girl's Tennis Team 9,3,4, Patriot Players Q,4. Sturtevant, Jane E. AFS 23. Courier 4, GAA 2,3, Peo Club Q,3, Ski Club Q,3, 4. Usher's Club 4. Stushek. Kurt M. General Course. Suehring, Nancy General Course. Sullivan, Molly P. ABC 3,4, Bowling Club 4. Svtheimer Thomas J. I Football 3,4, Lettermens Club 3, Swim Team 2, Track 9,3. Swiclr,JuIie E. GAA 2,3. T Talbot, Tina L. AFS 3, Office Careers Club 4. Tamura, Yuri AFS 4, Future Medics 4, GAA 4, Girl's Tennis Team 4. Tate. Timothy D. Band 2,3, Bowling Club 4, Tennis 2,3,4. Tet1laH.Jacquelyn C. ' Camera Club 2 Courier 3.4. GAA 2.3.4. Gif' S Vvlleybdll 4, Lantern 3, Modern Dance 2,3, Pep Club 2,3,4. Thomack, Russell R. Baseball 3.4. Thompson, John D. Band SZ,3, Science Club 3,4, Chess Club 4. Timmer, Jean A. DECA 4, Co-Oo 9,3,4. PeD Club 3. Tiosrem, Kristine M. Davitas 3,4, Forensics 9, German Club 3. Torkelson. Gerald F. General Covrse. Townsan, Mark A. General Course. Treder, Scott R. General Course. Tummett.Susan M. gat Club 2, Bowling Club 3,4, Future Medics 4, Pep Club Turkow Cheryl A. Aa Crab 4 CCC-PYCSTGZFID, Drill rm Q,3,4, GM Q,3,4. Pep Club 2,3,4. TwameY. Kay I. Patriot Players 4, Swing Chorus 3. U Uehlein, Susan A. Band Q,3,4, Cheerleading 9,3 4, GAA 2 3,4, Homecoming Court 4, Pep Club Q,3,4, Student Council SZ,3, Track Q. Uehlins, Thomas R. Cross Country 2,3,4, Latin Club 2, Ski Club 2,3,4, Student Council 2.3, Swim Team 2. V Vallard, Dennis F. Football 2,3, Wrestling 2,3,4. Vandenbers, James J. Basketball 2 3,4, Football i,3,4, Lettermen's Club 3,4 CTreasurerD, Ski Club 9, Student Council 3. Track Q,3,4, Davitas 3. VandenBloomer, Kenneth A. Wrestling 3. VandenBrandt,Wiiliam A. Basketball 9. Cross Country Q,3,4, Courier 3,4, Lettermen s Club 3,4, Troclt 2,3,4. VandenHeuvel, Faith A. GeneraLCourse. VanderLois. David S. General Course. VanderWieIer, Christopher J. General Course. VanderWyst Loraine R. Bowling Club 4, GAA Q. VanderZanden, Vicki L. Band 2.3. Co-OD 4, Soanish Club 9,3 CTreasurerl, Student Council 2. VandaVoort, Randal N. C -O 4 o p . VanHandel, David J. Basketball Q,3,4, Football Q,3,4, Lettermen's Club 4. VanHandel, Richard A. COAOD 4. VanHandel, Wayne M. General Course. VanRonY, Patrick L. General Course. VanStippen Henry D. General Course. VanVreede, Douglas P. Band 9.3.4, Staie Band 3,4. Verhagen, Sandra J. Band 23, GAA Q, Spanish Club Q,3. Verstehen, Mark J. Latin Club Q, Gymnastics 9,3. V l P l J. oe 1, ame a Library Staff 3,4, German Club Q,3,4, Pep Club 3, Girl's Track Q, Girl's Volleyball Q, GAA Q,4. Vollbrecht, Daniel G. German Club 4. Volpintesta, Mark S. Football 9, German Club 4, Key Club 4, Swim Team 2,3,4, Track 2. Vruwick, Randal J. Bowling Club 4, Co-OD 4. W Wachowiak, Rick M. General Course. Warner, Diane L. Band 2,3.4. Co-Oo 4, DECA Club 4. Wassman, Mory A. General Course. Watters Jeanine K. CO-dp 4. GAA 2,4, Peo Club 4, Office Careers Club 4. Watters, Michael J. Band Q,3,4. Weber, June M. General Course. Weber, Randy R. General Course. Wehrman, Deborah J. Band 2. Werlein, Jeffrey J. Baseball 3,4, Key Club 4, Ski Club 4, Wrestling 4. Werlein, Vicki A. ABC 2,3, GAA 2,3. Werner, Martha M. Bowling Club 4, Mat Maids 4, Spanish Club 2,3, Student Council 2, Maiorette 9,3,4. W t P A. GS r GSSY French Club Q, GAA 4, Graduation Committee 4, Peo Club 4. West, Sharon M. GAA 9.3. Westfahl, Dawn M. GAA 4. Weyenberg, Ellen M. Mat Maids 4. Weyenbers, Richard W. Davitas 3, Ski Club 4, Swim Team 9,3,4, Track Q,3,4, Foot- ball 9,3,4, Lettermen's Club 3,4. Wienendt, Bonnie L. Bowling Club 2. Chorus 9.3.4. Williams, Charles E. General Course. Winkler, Patricia A. GAA 9 3 CSecretaryJ 4 CPresidentD, Girl's Volleyball 9.3.4. Pepa Cgut, Q,2,4, met 93. Wins i, usan . , Davitas Q,3,4 CVice-Presidentj, AFS 2,3, GAA 4, Girl s Swim Team 4. Witt, Marlene R. General Course. Witter, Cheryl A. Co-Op 4. Willhuhn, Gale A. General Course. WoIdY, Patricia R. Ecology Club 2,3,4, Stage Crew Q,3,4, Thespians 4. Wolff, Kathleen E. AFS 3,4 CPresidenO, Lantern 3,4 CAcademics Editorb, Or- chestra 2,3,4, Pep Club 4. Wolter, James J. General Course, Worden, Donald E. Football Q. Wrolstad, Bradley A. Courier 3,4 CFeatures Editorl, Lantern 4, Pub Sports As- sociation. Wuethrich, Mark K. General Course. Wultcrkins, Patricia A. Band 2,3,4, Color Guard 4, GAA 2,3,4, Lantern 4, Pep Club 4, Stage Band 3,4. Z Zeesers, Kathleen M. Girl's Basketball Q,3,4, GAA 9,3,4, Girl's Track Q,3,4, Girl's Volleyball 4. Zick Marie L. AFS 3, Latin Club 2, Pep Club 93, Office Careers Club 4, Student Council 3. Zick Margaret AFS 3, Latin Club 9, Peo Club 2,3, Student Council SE CAlternateD. Zuleger, Daniel L. General Course. Zuleger, Sandra A. Girl's Swim Team 2,3,4. A -J f fy Q , , , , f ,yf fl fl' if A ,7-zfff f Sw 4 N N 3 mmf , 3 . sis ff! . ,. ,N N X - 1 '.--276-ir-if 1 - fx iwaf 3,235pgQ1g,:. 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' I umm ES W9 mm if ,I i, f V. sum WMM mum U " , W .4 During this school year, Appleton East lost three fellow students. Todd Jenlcel and Daniel Holi were members oi the senior class. Alan Tjossem was a junior at East. These three students will be remembered by their friends and classmates. BADGEIQ BUYS' STATE Jeff Jirschele H IBADGEIQ GI DLS' STATE Barbara Brasch-alt. N WISCDNSIN HDNDD SCHDLADSHEIDS Katharyn DeLain Sandra Hering David Mills Thomas Mills Cheryl Van Handel Kathy Wolff 4 , Cindy Sommer Kimberly Grummer David Scheidermayer D.A.R. Good Citizen V.F.W. Good Citizen V.F.W. Good Citizen i WW DUI? LIFE AT EAST I , , ,f y V A A V Z Q, if , 13 1 .gy .2 L 5 'M ,- , , , , ,, 'f 2 f W f ,If Q, 4:5 gif ff . V .,f, V . Z f ,, .,f 'f,' 75 ,1 1 4 35,1 f , f, I, ffm. 4 Mg ' fy, ,vw g 2 1 , ,' 3 QM 1 W , f' ' " ' ' af f F: ' W , , I ,, W, , ww. ' , f 4:95 , V' ., - ' M. -, 1. 9 4 Z X. i f f fw -'-Y-.-mm. 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You can lean on me and I will help just the very little l that counts the very most. -Dave Schiedermayer f,-ff 2 ' 5 X f 'V wi A 9 K X A, yr 5 , , ,, ,- L , f ww. , . 4 1,5-'f:fc7f g 5 f ' ff , f ua, W, ,V ' f l' .H ,iff k f ' V ,mm H If , ..pa. , ' K' f Wm A 'Q 2 , xi, mzwzf W ww My WLNMW fi X wif, May --KMA' Q 'W N l M ,, 5 7 FALL Today it is tall Not by the calendar of man but by the calendar of nature. The lake is calm Vacations are gone Cool water laps against the shore and all the docks are taken in. There is a smell in the air, A smell of rotting leaves A smell of misty morning, And from the cottage there is the odor of wood smoke and bacon frying. The trees have not turned color But their time is coming ln the still morning their leaves hang limp. Squirrels leap and frolic ln nut-filled trees. They cut the nuts down With distinct plops and much chattering As each squirrel tells of his achievement. Yesterday seven deer walked past. They were lat and brown Ready for the hunting season And the hard winter alter. They will need all their energy. The sky is a leaden blue Merging with the water in the distance. Small fish leap alter minnows near shore While larger fish watch the small Fish and fishermen catch nothing. ln the stillness their voices are discouraged. Fall is a time of nature When fish know plastic imitations And are not fooled by man's inventions A slight breeze comes up, Small ripples dot the water. A woodpecker, stirred from lethargy, Finds the cottage a good pecking spot- Despite the creosote, grubs thrive on pine siding. And it is time for breakfast For both woodpecker and man At Long Lake. -Dave Schiedermayer fL" T' -in ,v Wu. Q . .- 'Yu' K -. , E Q if F' gg-- 3 Q., V V I. S Wi 'Ex Fi? si 5-2.5 ,J fl S e 1' If n KW 15? f 4v""'w 'S ZW jr 11- 16 Ar ,mf ni' .r v at - " , ps-"I," ' - Aga-Y ff'-'7",, I. It-, , " V 7"-:4-Lf.: ' in-hvqf. .L ,ff ' ?,v.,,.,' 4 Swp, ' 3-vm. 1 1 , ' i Kun' MZ,.,s,4:4f--'-' , ,gf .5-1' 1 ,M 4 3' ,,. 'aff JDHN I-IANCDCIYS Cf THE DATIQIUTS , -w,m,.4-,ff cm. 6:72 A f ,gy x f MAWW. M WW K ' x , . T'-W...M.N, ' I ' , . , N . ., N 2-I f-P u ff' . ' - A , 'rn x ','!f f 5563 1 I T121 wa 1 if T" , ' ' Hflffn , in N ,mil ,,.-. W., :M ,J , my K ' M-mm 'Wimmaw FIQIENDS Cf THE LANTERN J.D.'s Fast Food-Four years Tusler Motor Company lnc.-New Appleton Oil Company-Two years August Winter and Sons-One year Hueseman-Hellestad Agency-One year Dr. Blaine Claypool-Two years Appleton Papers-Three years Russ Darrow Chrysler-Plymouth-Two years Dr. James P. Mohr-Two years C and T American-A.M.C. Cars and Jeeps-New Hoffman Drug-Five years Hauert's Pet and Garden-Three years Glenn C Menswear-Four years First National Bank-Three years East Side Beauty Salon-Two years Dunaway West End Auto-Five years Dr. William Chandler-New Chair and Rent-All Service-Four years Appleton Trophy Supply-Two years George J. Hoffer Paint and Glass-One year Badger Printing Division-Graphic Communications Center-Two years Appleton State Bank-Four years Schulz Music Inc.-Three years Retson's Restaurant-Two years Peerless Paint-One year Petersen Press Inc.-One year Memorial Drive Florists-One year Tom's Drive-ln-Three years Dr. Edward Zeiss-Two years Mr. and Mrs. Nikolai Makaroff Northern State Bank-New Milhaupt's Bicycle Mart-Two years Jury, Nelson and Bayorgeon-Two years Left Guard Charcoal House-Three years Family Practice Associates-New l.arry's Ambulance Service-Three years Dr. John S. Kloehn D.D.S.-Three years Karras Vending Service-New Julie Ann Fabrics-Three years Wichman Furniture Company-Four years Pond Sport Shop-New H. C. Prange Company-Two years Post-Crescent-New The Outagamie Bank-Two years People's Credit Corporation-Three years One Hour Martinizing-Three years Fox Valley Surgical Associates Limited--New Novak's McKinley Sales-Three years Krieck Furs-Three years People's Credit Corporation-Three years Wisconsin Wires, Inc.-Two years Brettschneider Furniture Co.-Five years Riley Colonial Furniture-Three years Koehring Farm Division-New Dr. E. A. Fetting-Two years Appleton Clinic-Two years Sylvester and Nielsen lnc.-Five years Pizza Pize Store-Two years Appleton Eye, Ear, Nose, and Throat Clinic-New WBAY Station-New Valley National Bank-New WKAU AM-FM-New The Snack Drive Inn Restaurant-New The number of years after our sponsors' names indicates the number of times they have previously donated to our yearbook. We would like to give our grateful thanks to all those sponsors who contributed to this year's Lantern. M' ,L. wr- U v. "' 2 Q 1973 LANTERN STAFF Editor-In-Chief ....,.,,......,.,......., ,....,..,..,.... D ebbi Eiclc Assistant Editor-ln-Chief ..... ...... C hristy Hammond Stuart Bailin Academics Editor ....,. ........ K athy Wolff Athletics Editor ....,. ....... S tuart Bailin Organizations Editor .... ..... C athy Mortell Classes Editor ,.....,. ..... B arb Longman Head Photographer. . . ..... Doug Steen ff Lf! WH , ' V, I '77 V f L r a 4 ' 4' I Advisor ....,, .... M iss Marko Business Advisor, ,.., f .Mr. Main Cover Design .... ....... M itch Stary Division Pages. . . ..... Barb Langman The Lantern Staff would like to thanlt everyone who helped in any way with the production of the 1973 Lantern. Q 4 4 ,Lffm e-f-QW 5.3 5 G A 'U' 'NS f,,,.!" ' -'-'Su 1 'iff A' ' 'Q . 'Q I . Y A in ,J q 5 V ' X ? -Af x A , .v -5 Y A Aa - V 'Mar Q- I. A. V .ga , Lgllas Q 'QI 5 - Pl". 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