Arlington High School - Heights Yearbook (Arlington Heights, IL)

 - Class of 1957

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Trlie, the bafic ingredientf for all yearbook: are the Janie-pie titre! and copy-bat from then on the Jtaff if on itf oivn to blend and combine the ingredients' at they see fit. fl goal mint be decided itpong. and their a method of combining ingredient! which will beft achieve this end mart be devifed. The goal of the '57 HEIGHTS if informality-to preyent xtzrdent life fait af it wax lived, To achieve rbif objective ive decided to prexent the year chronologically-Jeafon by Jeaion, fmt to have ingredients and a method for combining them, hon'- ever, 1vaJn't enough to make the yearbook complete. We added eye-catching pictiiref to ivhet the appetite. then Jeafoned ivith hamor and jitft a tonch of Jadnefs. For "froJting"' 'zve added an appropriate cover, We foi- loived oar recipe, bat the final text if np to yon, fmt ax it if raid, "The proof of the padding if in the eating," the proof of a yearbook it in the reading ......... THE EDITORS Hutumn Freshman Class Administration Sports Winter . . Sophomore Class Faculty Sports Spring . . Junior Class Sports Senior Class O O O . . Page 7 . . Page 45 . . Page 91 5 3,A'sf at , V. .. ' -Q 'X 0 ' A X . N141 rhbls--uns'll git you of 5011 don'l watch mul. uvrl- Ocober Q-x'L-ning ln-mlw zxlinusplwrn- us Just c-lu-L-ring in thx- rain." Stun Norman, Afn ,Il It I ll I I I , r 1 rl F1-im-rg. 1-:urn Lilquisl. .Inyw Min-lwll, fl" lm ' hm' 'ns "'-'W 'I' ,mb or AW' Blilffilllfl Fabian stand up for lhv kick-off . Lx I Wu A, 'KV if I Lai! ,EX ' ,T - , 1' . pl. Y 11' X ., GQ: ,Q Q Q. 35 fi . Q 31" , Jil? id ,,'x , ixq, +, A, Wi? "i 1 Q .5 Fn 571 , if. 1 -.f . gg, . r,'2's.' Anja , 4' Q vm satis' - , Q, v 'MN 4. .QQ . xt' 7 'a Pfnvm fG ,wgwkmgi vii ,,.,, z,f 'N..w 52.3 ,. , W ' xg: , Q' J 3 X if xi 1 jx' ,gs 2254 af, is Hjajf 5 is I fl N: ,M 9 3 I HL 'Q Ska k 1 M Kyiv , Q 1 3 x Q . , r ..: L-. 9 f? 5 1 6, 3, 4? . M if Q M S , 5 5 Q Q! 5' A 2.31 ' f a ii 2 Z E2 Q Q f ,gi 5 'li 7 . if Q, ,,g1Q if 1 . ,X ig .ff t 'f 1 ' A FRCSH WELCU ED Eight hundred strong. the class of '60 inarched into Arlington High. Septelnher el. Maps in hand. they scur- ried through the halls. getting hooked on various wires, stepping into plaster and paint buckets. and discovering to their horror that the workmen had set up equipment in front of their lockers. They soon heczune acquainted with the social life of the school at the freshman party. given bv the Student Council the first weekend. Games. dancing. and refresh- tnents highlighted the evening. 'l'wo weeks after school startedi the class elected from their homerootns a class hoard. Next in line came the first high school election for the freshmen, in which they chose as their class officers Richard Johnston. president: Carol Kasl. vice president: Nancy XICCOlIllJ: secretary: and .lane Hertel, treasurer. Ainicl the sea of coats. boots. hats, and tnittens at the coat-checking concessions. the freshman class again were working hard to serve the school during all home basket- ball games. As the freshmen look hack over the activities of the year. they may be asking themselves. "Did I really do that?,' or saving. "l sure acted like a typical freshman!" Third Row: Lynn Weber, Jeannie Gutru. Carol Kusl, Richard Johnston. Sk-cond Row: Judie Kuehn, Linda Hanson, Linda Close. Ronald Barnes, Dawn Davis. First Row: Linda Fonfarzi. Robert XVolf, Nancy MeCoinh. Frnn Bruseatn. Janie Hertel, Freshman Board Ifrosh officers Nzint-3' Mt-Cotnb. trezisuri-r: .Janie Ilerlel. seen-tar5 Rick Johnston. lirt-sith-nt: :ind Carol Kasl, vet-p. enjoy a full Klilj "How :lu you spell lilvisZ"' inquires Sharon Lloyd of her eon1pzmilm5 us she signs Z1 petition for a freshmzm class uffiver during luneh. XYailing: Lu appear in the 'Fzllent Show. frosh Viz-ky Lester, Rzllph The pause that refreshes the frosh 00:11 el10c'lu-rs is enjoyed bx .ll'l'fLZlj'SOI'l1lS he eheeks lalteunmer llee Dee Ifl'il'liSOl1'S A Roller, Ron Friend, Warren Myers. und Lnrnn Lide enjoy 'l'.V, 4 Cla A v '60 First Row: Jim Addy. Mary Allison, Bob Anderson. Dick Anderson. Earle Anderson. Jack Anderson, Joan An- derson, Karen Anderson. Nancy Anderson. Second Row: Ronald Anderson. Richard Anderson, San- drasue Anderson, Bill Andrew. Don Averill. Jim Austin. Don Ballou. Janet Banach, Ricky Bardach. Third Row: Ron Barnes, Rosemary Barry, Vince Bartle. Jerry Baumann, Darlene Baumet, Carol Bayne, John Beck- man. Fred Bedford, Ronnie Beeks. Fourth Row: Joanne Behning, Keith Behrendt, Marcy Beigel, Sue Bell, Alan Benevich, Bill Bennett, Mike Ber. Andy Berg, Elinor Berg. Fifth Row: Louise Berge. Ron Bergner, Tom Bergstrom, Glenn Bernard. Doug Berngen. Carol Berthold. Steve Ber- tok, Phil Bertsch, Karen Best. Sixth Row: Mary Best, Carla Betts, Harry Bierma, Melanie Bill. Allen Billy, Phyllis Bischof. Jim Blake, Jeannie Blue- berg, Alan Blum. Seventh Row: Mary Boeckhoff, Pat Boekhotf. Bob Boll- mann. Laurene Borg. George Bork, Carol Boscanip. Clinton Bowman, Bonnie Bracken. Barb Bradle. Eighth Row: Lee Bradle, Carl Brandon, Larry Broeske. Robert Brohn. Donna Brond, Diane Brown. Mary Brown, Glynn Brownell, Jerry Browning. Ninth Row: Bob Breeken, Jim Brunberg. Joyce Brunner, Fran Bruscato. Robert Bryant. Mary Ellen Bryngelson. Rich Buckley, Gerilyn Bugielski, Laura Bunn. Tenth Row: Russell Bunn, Pat Burditt. Doug Burgess, Jim Burgin, Judy Burke. Ginger Bernett, Jay Busse. Gloria Busse. Karen Busse. Eleventh Row: Pat Busse, Sandra Busse. Bob Byers. Donna Camm, Jerry Campbell, Joe Cangelosi. Fred Carlson. Carole Carrozza, Diane Cary. Twelfth Row: Tom Cashin, Tod Ceruenku, Bill Chalmers, Robert Choporis. Ronald Christ, Harry Christiansen, Neil Christiansen. Lynn Christopherson, Carol Clancy. Thirteenth Row: JefL Clark, Tom Clark, Michael Clements. Beverly Clemmons. Linda Close, Lois Coert, Ann Coey, Jay Coffey, Lynne Coleman. Fourteenth Row: Connie Collignon. Terry Collins, Loretta Comes, Merrily Cominski. Nancy Cook, Kathleen Cooper. Jean Corbeth. Jan Costa. Jackie Coursey. J J ig, I -1. M F i ' I it L . S -E Q' 1 'F l" '- ii i 4 ' . . iii, E xii 13 1 ,311 V, H , ,lg f ir, ', K X 5' ' CEL- J - ef.. A as as c e l i -Y' A 'sf' -'- -ref, f - ffm, , sis . .4 I W - K W.: 5 5 i, A 5 . N. ' g ' gh . 1 Q., .c - ' " gf. A i A 1. 1 fs . , f I nari! 4 ' D are-1'-Lev ' Q 9 1 9 1 - che? are ,. 5 ffl' 35 ' ' Q A 'W 1 U- 2: X y We-sf - f -A ' . -g 13:4 P3 X M , R ' ii , . i , . " ii' ,y Q , y . .gf y ,- , N , Qi , Q 1.-fa l ff: ' if i Q .- 'ij - L. 4 M.. .mf I K I- 'L " . -Y W K' is Z .SY-'A K J' Q: ' . . -ff 59? ' Q In . Wi any. ' " , 2 ' if ' ' ,Q Zim ' . iii 1 ' , " fl"p . - . f I if il. f . . V T' Q -Jr" W 51 .VJ sl il? ,1 .4 X 4 9 1 lf! fy' .1 frm" "' 2Vf""'fT"" ' . ig ' Q ' A 1. 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Betsy Creviston, Robert Cunningham. Tom Curtin, Barbara Dacus, Eugene Dahlquist. Sue Dally, Kathie Damerow. Second Row: Dawn Davis, Michele Davis, Walker Davis, Roberta Dawson, Yvonne De Bussman, Pat Dettmenn. Daniel De Wilde, Robert Diens, Roger Dierking. Third Row: Barb Dixon, Lucky Dodge, Jim Dormann, Dotty Dotts, Ken Dougan, Ken Draganski, Karen Drewes. Donna Dubs, Richard Duenn. Fourth Row: John Duff, Mike Dundy. Beverly Dungan. Jim Dunsmore, Darlene Dvoracek, Frank Eaton, Bob Ebel. Karen Eberhardt, John Eichelberg. Fifth Row: Jlm Emmons, Audrefy Engelking, Barbara Erickson. John Erzander, Terry Ernst, Newell Esmond, Ralph Evans, Joyce Faulstich. Sixth Row: Jim Fedak, Allen Feige, David Ferrara, Sharon Ferris, Bruce Fichte, Joy Fiedler, Robert Finger, Frank Fitzgerald, Terry Fitzpatrick. Seventh Row: Bill Flood. Carol Follett, Linda Fonfara. Larry Fors. Glenn Forster, Grant Freeding, Diane Free- man, Allen Freitag, Carol Friel. , Eighth Row: Ronald Friend, George Fromm, Judy Frueh- ling, Bill Gabriel, Doren Galandak, Kathleen Gallee, Gay Gardner, Sharon Garlisch, Dennis Garofolo, 1 Ninth Row: Dave Gates. Bob Gay, George Geane, Leonard Geller. Tom Geocaris, Don Getts, Toni Gewecke, Donna Gieselce. Ed Glaeser. Tenth Row: Richard Glass, Chuck Glassle, Linda Glassle, Bonnie Glover, Robert Glover, Dale Goble, Richard Goeltz, Carl Graf, Edith Graham. . Eleventh Row: Ken Grandt. Marie Grandt, Judy Greenacre. Patrick Griffiths, Richard Grimm. Doreen Gromek, Alan Grote-fend, Nikki Guarriello. Adoline Gust. .Twelfth Row: Phil Gustafson, Jean Gutru, Bill .Haberich- ter, Sandra Hachmeister, Bob Hacker, Roggr Haenggi, Larry Hagan, Melodee Hagenbring. Dennis Hahn. Thirteenth Row: Ronald Hahn. Laurie Haizman, Patti Halfhill, Bob Hall, Patricia Hall, Bob Halliman, Jackie Halwax, Mike Hampton, Barbara Hanigan. 1 Fourteenth Row: Doug Hansen, Katherine Hansen, Linda Hanson. Leslie Harrington, Jane Harris, Richard Harris, Terry Harris, Dennis Hartmann, Mary Ann Hassil. ' 2 i 1 ' fi ' .Q ,V f 5 if I Q CM A 0 . wr 1 . X ' . i if . , fri ' 1 ' f .M - i ' i I - R 'il ' . ' First Row: Janet Hasz. Joanne Haupt. Judy Havrarlek. ,Aff K I K . 'P W ,I . f yi , Martyilnlaivkcs. Roberta Hawley. Dale Hedberg. Jack Hen' ' .X ,X .V ' . YQ Y' LL driekson, Werner Henneberg. Don Henry. " A J in ' J K me as t a J if f - 49 eh? 15.443 . . I' ' , if . 3 Second Row: Annabelle Herbst. Janie Hertel, Steve Hey. '--fd. , 1 '34, , G .,, K if Judy Hibner. Ray Hill, Sandy Hill. David Hinze. Jerry . ' .. Nfif , - ' XY Hirons, Jay Hoban. . K L W :..':i Z- 4 . I L iz' fa' 'I J. Third Row: Jerry Hodlmair. George Hoke. Lynn Hollen- V ' 4- i ' - ' i 2 'LS . Q beck. Lorie Holm. Karen Holmblad, Delores Horcher. Ron .1 A 1 ,W f -' ' '. B' V . H k. K 1 H ii r. D H . f . -X L -M L IJ - 'W f--' I v ose ara os o on ouse - -If 4, Y A1 X, 'J .5 , A Y rx A Ad' Fourth Row: Julie Housekneeht, Russell Hullison. Dennis A f 'V .Q 'V' Y Q 4- '- Hunt. Becky Hunter. Ralph Ibbotson. Judy Ingebrigsten. I ' ' -' L .33 Bob Inman, Gerald Israel. Judi Jackisch. "mn f I , 1 . . Q , . i 5' iw fi-ilksffa' L R' 1 K fs! u-... .: e f - ' ' f " any Fifth Rnw: Robert Jackson. Pat Jahnke. Bob Jaques. ' , X i - Nancy Jarm. Merrily Joern. Marty Johnecheck. Barbara K 3. 1 .. uf' V, L" Johnson. Beth Johnson, Dale Johnson, A X ' f N A h K 'D ix Q 5' V I 45 A Sixth Raw: Karen Johnson. Robert Johnson. Sherlyn John- Y , son. Richard Johnston. Ricky Johnston. Jan Jorden. Marcia ' A A lg . Q N 1 Joswick, Valerie Juhl. Bobbie Kalows. B , Lf 1 1 ' tiff? -if - 'J 2. - ' . V . . . 1 if i ' ' X, K' Y' n ffz' Q. .zififit I V. Vi i , Seventh Row: Carol Kasl. Karen Kastning. Diane Keil- man, Judy Keith. Dave Keller. Ken Keller. Arline Kelley. '- K Pat Kelley. Jim Kennedy. ' I ,Q ' .. 4. , , ... e . M f .. K " ir N 5. 1 i . I 'D " . , . ,.. K ' V 5 f' , . , ' V Eighth Rim-1 Mike Kent. Joan Keppen. Judy Kessler. Barb ' A 'X King, John Kingsley. Richard Klamer. Roy Klehm, Marily ' ' A 5 Klingemaier. Fred Kloman. ' ,S t . 7,5 A 1 -4 . v 1 - , T31 I I X V. . Ninth Row: Sharon Koeneman, John Koester. Jim Koons. CTT' 'v K K X 4 Q 8- X Lawrence Kottke. Paula Kottke. Kathie Kovacs. Caroline V Kozowicz. Janet Kramer. Donald Kranz. , . ij V " 'Lai - i 1, K 4 M Q , 1 ' ,5 Tenth Rnw: Will Krueger. Al Kruse. Stephan Kurlh. John . ,,,. 5 I ' , 1 ,Q .L Lacina. Barry Landers, Lois Landmeier, Bonnie Lange. ' "H 1 11-' 'NA ' Paul Langes. Lester Larkin. A , -I '. e I, Q ' Q 1 Q l fy, '3 ri 3 'z Eleventh Row: Sue Larson. Regina Lasch. Bud Lass. Fred ' 4. , X ,d ' , 1 x' Kg Lauterburg. Bruce Law, Jeff Layson. Shari Leaf. Dempster ji' XI? " yi, t " -.jx Leech. Bob Leekley. A .,f . ' . .1 4, Y -if ,Exif .ge .Q Twelfth Row: Dick LeMay, Dave Lemke. Linda Le Starge. ta, V V. ,. I 'ag 13. Vicky Lester, Lorna Lide. John Lind, Bob Lindberg, Karen -.L ,I I 'F cl 1,4 ' ., .v - h A .af U... nf M f :gt .24 . Linehan. Bud Linneweh. A ' ' ' ",-V 7' 1' , .gif -X M1 B' X ' K '- ' V h ' -J, in ,e N Thirteenth Row: -Bonnie Lippke. Bill Lips. Nancy Lips. ' - is 1 'l ff Pat Locy. Pat Loechl. Carol Loeding, Charles Logie, Karen A - K ' . ',-, Y' 1 L t Lohr. Kristin Loll. 4 "aff , A . V i' Wg, . yyyqsefv ,.,. li I . H .ar X - Fnurteenth Row: Bonnie Look. John Lopata. Jeanene Ann ,, Q A Lorenz. Janet Lovejoy. Pat Lowe. Rod Luebcke, Tracy Luster. Donald MacCallum, Phil Machut. an Q 1. . H gif i Q' , N ' . if Q In 3475 ! V 13. A55 h 5 i 'D P' 1 L. k I i me .! o .if ,K S RP F' N1 J ki!'4 . N ' ,"I K 1 , ' i - f fir . :'Qf ' .Ii Tiki' - ma 0 '- A si 2, 55.24 kiwi Y ,,.. . K f sk V H V wa s 'Vt i A L .L L im pug... M T 4,3 . 1 .. eggae T 'VV' 'ffl ak! xgfjfffli-i V V '- V ' T Ai' i J. ,xg V zzk 1 ,, ...,....,. K M . f' 'i f ,, s .. , V 3 V , ' 4' , 'fi LQ, ' . , . V Q A if P Q f. -- I ' mf 5 . HYZ, i . .. 5 V.,. . ' J ' .1 .' s 7'f"'i"' -J A- ' V 'P AX jk ' i - J ' - . . 1 . . vi .EE ' I L ,Q .1 2 V 23? V V ,aah f . . . . i P . ' ,L Q " Af ' J V X- 13 .-1. 1 QQ gn mf sa- . B 1313. 155 ffl' . f ' L -x" .1. Q'-.vt Lie V ' 75? A I 5 .lc Y Y Y w- 1.11 f x ith. 5: 1 ri fs .. 'QQ L a 4' Ap Q J, xi . P' . -A 5-911 wi via x J 1 . -.Q ,., 1 3,42 MT' . gg, V J i yi Vigil' iii E .wx , MK wg- W . 'Pi W1 4Er,Ag,f f pri.. 1 f IV-il? V i ,',. 1 5' ' V r. 345' . . P :iff ' ' egiff' ' ' .J , ' 2 ...- V Z. YTIQQ -, 'ni ng N,....gf' 1, , nf ' K f -.sa ev, The ?rv In First Row: Beverly Macda. Rudolph Maierhofer, Marie Martin. Carl Massa, Doreen Matara, Janice May, Nancy McComb. Bruce McConnell. Sei-ond Row: Tom McCord. Sandra McDonald. Bonnie Mc- Dougall, Bob McDowell, Pat McGrath, Roger McKnight, Shirley McLean. Judy McReynolds, Terry McRoberts. Third Row: Terry Medal, Fay Meehan, Mike Meehan, Joanne Metz, Bob Metzler, Wayne Meyer, Eric Meyers. Rick Meyers, James Michgelson. Fourth Row: John Miller, Molly Miller. Sue Miller, San- dra Lee Moehling, Dennis Moeller, Jan Mollenkamp, Susan Morrison, Fred Mosiman, Peter Motisi. Fifth Row: Ken Moudry, Jeanette Mueller, Paul Mueller, Pat Mukahirn, Peggy Murray, Mike Nash, Dave Naylor, Karen Nelson, Marilyn Nelson. Sixth Row: Mike Nelson, Pat Nelson, Suzanne Nelson, Herb Neubaum, Russ Newman, Bill Nichols, Dave Nims, John Noble. Robert Novacek. Seventh Row: Beverly Nowak. Art Nyblin. Bill 0'Brien. John O'Grady, Laverne Ohrem, Carol Oja, Adrienne Olson, Janet Omer, Carole Oscarson. Eighth Row: Jean Osterberg, June Ostrom. Charles Otto, Nancy Palermo, Dave Palmer, Florence Palmer, Ken Panza, Lyle Parnell, Dick Parson. Ninth Row: Judy Pauls. Gammon Payne, Richard Peekc, Sharon Peery, Eddie Peifer, Ralph Perricone, Lois Pcrz. Fred Peterson, Roy Peterson. Tenth Row: Chuck Phelan. Alan Phillips. Lynn Phillips, Ricky Pinkas, Phil Pinckney, Lloyd Pohlman, Georgia Poteracki, John Poznan. Sara Precilio. Eleventh Row: Mary Prenner, Georgia Pulley, Eusebio Quiroz, Linda Raasch, MaryLou Radtke, Melanie Reck- werdt, Diane Reel, Trilla Anne Reeves, Karen Reis. 'Twelfth Row: Fred Retzke, Tom Rezner, Ronnie Richard- son. Janet Rightmire, Jill Robertson, Bonnie Robinson, Carol Rocco, Judi Rolfs, Ralph Roller. ' Thirteenth Row: Curtis Roney, Bob Roosen, Marilyn Rose, Victor Rose, Ed Rosenblatt. Carol Rowe, Kathleen Row- land. Glenys Rudd, Bob Russell. Fourteenth Row: Suzanna Russell, Bob Russow. Rosemary Ruzicka, Pat Sandford, Lorelei Sandvig, Margaret Sandy, Bob Sannwald, Kay Savio, Bob Sawyer. 9 I I 'r-w--1- - , gr .Q . 2 si 4 2 K . ' . A vi I 2 X ,gill 'A v Q xv-3 K! .. A - My 1, K .- , Y ,Je 5: j . X sg-4?.,,,.,,"1 1 af' g H s .' M 1 3 X ' .Dir 'V' Ye .. - .. N , - fl' ' f f Q eff First Row: Jane Schaefer, Ronald Schaefer. George Sehind- V' ' 7 N if gf f ' X . 'gf' ler. Janet Schindler, Lois Schmidt. Shirley Schmidt. Dennis if I ' , - .-tx . , Q KT ' 34' ' " 'gi Schneek. Lee Schramm. Diana Schroeder. 1' ?' f:1'g"17?' f i 0656? ?+f'm5' lf' I ' 'bfi . . if T -rm . Tre .V N-cond Row: Judy Sehuler, Nancy Schultz. Bob Schulze. ' , K-,A A ',--H f Richard Schulze. Ann Schumacher. Bill Schumann. Karen an K. K I J ..,5g+, my My ' li' . F' Schwaller, Richard Schwartz, Joe Scott. 'X in I-'ir-Yi ' ' S ' ge N. h-an f , . 3 - Third Row: Jackie Sedewarft. Carol Seegersy David- Sei- .. , , ,', j' V, 'H Ni man. Fred Sender. Judy Senne. Sherry Seward, Pat Sher- Y ' xp ' H-5, Vey. Lynn Shaughnessy, Fred Shipman. X t ' 1 Mg - ' 1 4 t . 1 , ,,,, , 4, . . Q.. ,H .. K . x 1' vt . hw- l Fourth Row: Lee Shultz. Karen Siebert. Leslie Silver. Bar- 6 S A f ' . E bara Slazas. Richard Slonaker, Larry Smith. Bob Smits. 'LQ' 'Z ft- f 3 "ffl W lf , - Q2 Alice sokoiski. Michael Somers. 'Sf 2 " . fa . 'A 33? I Y' 'A' "M" ' V . ' In I if - ' - A . " " "-" xr- in -- . gn'52g5faTT4fr5Egi.f . I r ted ru Fifth Row: Lore Sommer. Patricia Sparks. Bill Speeht. . y ' K 'Q Jim Spencer, Phil Spitler. William Spomer, Anthony Stav- I . In ,L Q 8 f 4 A' . ros, Pete Steiger. Bette Jane Steil. IN" Hz i , LJ -. in ' 9 'C s - ' 2 . . V ' . J . ' X "J " f' 3 ,: A . ' . fr V init., . ,ff t. X I , I Ai , q IJ 1 i Sixth Row: Robert Stephan. John Sterba, Barbara Stevens. I r . ,Q- Jean Stewart, Dan Striegel. Karen Stuart, Frank Sullivan. K 5 "'f 7' Tom Sullivan. Nancy Sutherland. ., .Q A " - 3 . 1 -M.: svwg- ,S , 1 . 4 gg- ,- hz, , 7 v. tif. A . r . .4 ey! ' . A Q., -4 ' 1 .1 , - ' fo r K . 2 W- - ' f l frfhtca B L A New-ntli Row: Barbara Swanson. .lane Swanson. Marilyn 'S ' 4 Swanson. Sharon Swarthout. Herbert Tallitsch, Joyce Tap- ,Y n per. Jim Taylor. Ray Teborek. Bill Terbcll. . g ,Q . .Q 5 if . gif ,L 5' EF., 4. .V X y . -ig' -M 2 P V, J, V ' :"f. .ff-'ni aft 5' .41 Eighth Row: Pat Terry. Lynne Tesar. Allan Themer, Bill 'V' W' 1 U11 .- 'a , T .Q'..3:f"'Y Iwuwf Thomas, Lynn Thomas. Starene Thomas, Dottie Thompson, I ' Judy v1-hompson. Mary Beth Thomson. if , , ' . , ,. :T T' ?a-'ff fi 2 ti' ...ff I , . as Y W 33. Ninth Row: Clark Thorp. Carole Tock, Lorraine Tonn. V Sv' Beverly Trader. Ron Treabess. Carol Trendel, Jim Trice. J L " I K' ir' 'ft M' M' " "7"'r 1 Q Joan Trude. Sandy Tynis, K W rr. ' 1 . V H 1 T ' Tenth Row: Allen Ullriek. Tom Van Bladel. Vicky Van rw ' A: 53 Ati-, ,W in D: ' i A My , Nt-ss. Karl Vittinghoff. Judy vivimo. Joe vleek. Jan Wag- A V - '43,-Ygfff-' 9 .4 - ff, :A Q ner. Roberta Walker. Wallace Mitchell. 2 -k'. f I ' 'xt ., ' f 1 'iv ' - ' sw J ly . L , .. , T. . . W . . . . if .W . le t .1 f.. luleventh Row: Eddy XX allocli. Pat Wall. lxaren NN asko. A , ie: " K - ' Diane Waterman, Mary XVatkin:a. Bob NK'eax'er, Lynn 'fx V xwffl Aruvfflf ' ' . 5, Weber. Sherre Weckerley. Barb Wehner, ' A 'K 1 .Q mf' Q .Sf . s. rex: :pf i I . L.. 4 - ' " - . 1- ' J ff z H3 ' Twelfth Row: Anna Weidner. Harold Weidner. Marvin . W . .5 V A fn 5' 1 Weidner, Robert Wells. Dennis Werner. Carole Weseman. 'f ' . iw 9' ba., A A :ws I tif: Jiri Q . . 5 1 Bruce Westcott. Alan Westergaard. Wanda Wheaton, 's t-E 1 N713 fl: . i ' ' - 1 t A Thirteenth Row: Sue Whiteley, Judie Whittaker. Judy 2955: f, . J A , Vl'ille, Candy XYillner. Rae XYilson. Barb XViltgen, Juanita 6 ' swf fx' 5 wist, Bob Wolf. Joan wolf. V - S 1 N 7-If 5? S .L Lf? M, ,fir . si t W - it- J ' t ' - . V 'fe- ' F - 5 . A 5 x Fourteenth Row: Lois Xi olf. Allen XYolvin. Beth Wood, ' 1 I .J . gi ,J R ' Sharon wright. Vi'illlam VVuestenfeld. Anne Wy-an, Jim 9 , 2, A' gh- 'Rx . ZHDD. Greg Zehner, Kurt Zimmerman. 9- A . T ' 5 . 3 -- in . V N - 3 u K .V Q f. .' - K. . f Q-. we - Q f -ft ' Pig.. .L -Lg 'fi5 , V. 4 , 1 .efaiisit -:E fiwwz-cw Q f ' .. J 11 -f- , , ..,,,,:g, . . V .,.-, , J , - 4 , - 11. , , fp, at 5 f f i -. 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En, V in . iff V -V A ,J V V VQT QV ,, I6 -K , he ?rv In First Row: John Allen, Don Alongi, Wes Anson, Bruce Bachar, Terry Berndt, Robert Bialo, Don Blomquist, Kath- leen Bodor, Penny Boeche. Second Row: Carol Bott, Joanne Brinke. Pat Cairns, Tom Callans, Betsy Castle. Linda Christy. Judy Conroy, John Crellin. David DeVVilde. Third Row: Bonnie Fisher, Pat Galowitch, Walter Gates, Fred Gerlaeh, Tom Grahrn. Ed Grapes, Deanne Gromek, Charlene Halama, John Hanor. Fourth Row: William Harrington, Dan Harris, Kathie Haynsworth. Iris Hirsch, Roland Jacobson, Michael Jen- sen, Judy Johnson, Bill Klouthis, Gerald Kmiecik. Fifth Row: Kenton Knoppel, Dennis Knutson, Sharon Kol- berg. Roger Krambeer, Mary Clair Kratt, Karen Kreft. Judie Kuehn, Bernie Kulik, Dan Kurtz. Sixth Row: Bruce LaVeau, Fred Learman, Karen Lille- berg. John Link, Sharon Lloyd. Valerie Lundquist, Barb Lutz, Ken Lytle. Yvonne MacAllister. Seventh Row: Bruce MacCallum. Kathy MaCCarthy, James Magnuson. Annette Malone, Susan McDonald, Karen Mc- Lean, Paul McNurlen, Andrea Medal, Kathleen Milazzo. Eighth Row: Carol Mobus, Merigail Moreland, Charles Nin- neman. Sandy Orgler, Alan Ostos, Ronna Panek, Rich Pass- more, Lynda Peak. Joyce Powell. Ninth Row: Robert Prouty, Manuel Ramirez, Dale Rask, Robert Reckamp, Roger Runirey. Nancy Rydberg, Pat Scamehorn, Kathleen Scherrer, Alan Schilling. Tenth ltow: Carol Schroeder, Diana Schroeder. Dave Shaughnessy, Tom Simmons, Jim Slinkard, Sharon Smith, Andy Steiehmann, Edward Stephens. Michael Stoffel. Eleventh Row: Judy Strobel, Sue VanOosten. Thomas Vidriek, Melvin Von Bergen, Carol Wall. Ron Weber, Bette Wessies. Vernon Weidner. Carroll Westfall. Twelfth Row: Pat White, Ralph Winkelhake, Leon Wintz, Joyce Woods, James Zapp, Dennis Bolliger. DMINISTR T10 LE S HELPI G H Q ff, A 'Nl IIIWW Stix . X30 ' X K -X xii . M W Corning to high school on thc first day was not its strangc and bewildering to thc freshmen as sonic upper- classinen would lilac to bclicvc, XVhy not? liccausc thc 'glrcshicsu had bccn givcn all the facts and figures about high school during thc suunncr through an cxtcnsivc pro- grzun callcd "Frcslnnz1n Oricntation." I The Student Council orientation COIIlIi1illl'C. ht-uclt-tl by -lanc Holloway, plzmncd prt--school get-togcthcrs for thc last two weeks of August. Advised by studcnt counselors, thc frcslnncn had opportunities to ask questions and learn about Arlington High's social and acadcmic lifc, On Frcshinan Orientation Day the class of '60 bcczunc furthcr acquaintcd with the tcachcrs and students through spat-chcs involving AH scliolarsliip. athletics and activities. Helping to make the frosh foul ue-lcumo at Arlington. Superintendent H. L. Slichenmyt-r tukos time out to chat with freshman Bob Eht-1. QQ K9 Q9 'L 4 Providing lt-aclcrsliip for thc cntirc staff and niaking the best possible cducation program for thc studcnts was the main rcsponsibility of Superintendent Harold Lvc Sliclicnmycr, M.S., also the official representative of thc Board of Education. Administrative assistant Eugcnc Oliver, M.S., di- rected guidance activities and took chargc of studcnt vn- rollrncnt, student records, and thc extra-curricular pro- gram. As co-sponsor of Student Council, lie worlwd witlt thc: Student Council Exccutivc Board. Dean Nelson Lowry, M.S., supcrvisccl student problems such as attendance and orientation of new studt-nts. All business conccrncd with finances was supcrvisvcl by john Schaff, M.A., who checked on maintenance and made provisions for transportation and night school. In the shadv of thc old maple trcc- Mr, Lowry and Mr. Schaff chez-k the last minute building details for tho new high school addition I8 It's a long tirnt- from September to June. but Mr. Slicht-nmycr and Mr. Oliver face thc new year with cheerful anticipation. So you think you had a problem this year getting through crowded hallways and finding' out-of-tlie-way rooms! ltlayhe it's reconciling to know that there wertz seven people who had even bigger problems connected with the school, This all-important group, to whom fell the difficult task of running Arlington High smoothly and efficiently, was the Board of Education. President of the Board. Nlr. George Sheppard. and the other six members met monthly to diseuss the fune- tions of the Board. Some of their duties were budgeting, providing the best equipment and staff possible, and shap- ing the general educational program of the school. This year members were particularly concerned with the future expansion of the AH district and the increasing population. This IBM machine. inspected by Mr. Oliver and Mr. Lowry. may not produce 864.000, but it aecounts for almost 64,000 grades a year. BO RD, DMINISTR Mr. Daryl Oltlztker. Dr. .Joseph Brant, Mrs. Robert Fontaine, Mr. George Sheppard, Mr, Kenneth Dougan, Mr. William Spomer. Mr. John Kappa, 1 l l .l 2 ' X wi' l SA FA y l f my T , i A my I ,ff 2 5 ," Yrs' 2 .r fggw ic' haii t Awe.. I' SECRET RIES, G IDE l l - - Third Rnw: Ilene Hoppe, Linda Bahr, Erika Offlce Guldes Streucr. Rosemary Gage, Julie Bunn. Joan Potkus, Rogvr Lomko. Sf-4-and Row: Hazel Ricks-rt, Sandy Svhwall- ur, Jackie Tumplin, Yvonne Hinriclis. Gloria Sonnc, Julie Marwcdol. Barbara Winiarski. First Row: Carol Loading, Jane Holloway, Carol Finch, Judy Erikson, Judy P:-mek, Bcrnadinc Shumakor. ANDLE BUSINESS ' Stamliiig: Nancy Brascl, Janvt Kmlavk. Evelyn Secreltarles Panok. Jean Hanaucr. Seam-dz Germaine Borg, Grace Erikson, Beverly Hering. Lydia Griessur, Elsie May, Helena Guenther. Luc-ilu Gillon, Barbara Raupp. 20 Y 'F' Q, mf hh P' X ? . ' Third Row: Stan Woznick. Second Row: Harry CuS+odIanS Fund. Ray Frivsc. Irv Grotofund. Donald Broluu. XValler Fic-nv. Don Murphy. First Row: Arthur lic-yor. Ed Illisn-luke, Emily Sc-lof, Earl Johnson. Alex Slum-fix-lll. FROM M KI G SOUP TO R KI G LEAV S Svcoml Row: Sophie Kramllevr, Roxio Slonocker. Mah:-l Cutlcr. Jcannulu- Duylv, Elhcl Bn-hrn-ns, Marin- Sass, Olga Pratchen. Ella Kastning, Ada Koch. First Row: Els-anor Br-hrvns. Luch DiValL-rio, Sylvia Chiles. Lillian Mun-llur. Mary Hancllin, Hatllm- Bohrons. Betty Bycrofl. lXIargarQL Rush. Ella Garms. Cooks V -T I Q A ' iv - Y an gg - 3, , , 1 X4-, 1 15. f Mk 2 I KY RE LS PL Ranging from aeronautics to foreign languages, full schedule of clubs has once again been offered to Ar- lington students and has included many different and in- teresting fields. In addition to working on projects and ac- quiring a better understanding of a specific field, students having the same interests had an opportunity to become better acquainted with each other. One of the activities in which all the science clubs participated was the Junior Academy of Science. Students from grades seven through twelve were eligible to enter projects in the Academy, which was affiliated with the Illinois Academy of Science. In the spring students com- pleted projects which consisted of collections, experi- ments, and original interpretations. Participants in the Junior Academy of Science first competed in district con- tests, the winners of these then competed for state honors. ' Standing: Judy Schuler. Judy John- B'0I09Y son, Judy Slgwart. George Sampson. Robert Brohm, Richard Goeltz, Lee Schramm. Richard Slonaker, John Hanor, Charles Nlnnemann, John Noble, 21 AN , BUG , ST HI feel a flight coming on!" might have been a student's feeling had he been a member of the Aeronautics Club. The thirty-six members, sponsored by Mr, Roberts, had as their high flying officers .lim Knollmuller, president: Ray Vesillus, vice-president, and Sandy Baker, secretary. Seeing stars? Astronomy Club members did when they made night observations using the telescope made by some of the members. Under the direction of Mr. Dowell and Mr. Pumphrey, the chief star gazers were jeff Hanor, presidentg Glenn Forster, vice-president, and Shirley Stad- nick, secretary-treasurer. Sponsored by Mr, Kcmman, Mr. Kellogg, and Mr. Goins, the Biology Club under the leadership of George Sampson, Tip Yager, Bonnie Lippke, and George Sawyer spent much time and effort in preparation for the junior Academy of Science, which met this year at Elmwood Park. Donn Betsy Creviston. Judy Fruehling, Candy Willner, Teresa Ryan, John Poznan. Leslie Harrington, Tip Yager, Dale Hedberg. Carstens, George Sawyer, Mr. Kemman. Sitting: 22 1 iff K . .- il. H, I Q gi 44 ' Standing: Ed Rosc-nblzitl. Alun XK'z1lki-r llzivis, Low Von Almon. Mr. Roberts. Georg:- Aeronau+lCS Phillips. Mr, Nichol fNIL'k'hili'liI'J, lfromni. Don Rolhenhzivh. Kiwi-Iim.g': Jim Knullmuz-ller. Ed XYahl. Pzim Butufnnh. Sandy Bziki-r. N4-il Hzxnsvn. L2lI'I'j'HUf.Zilll. I I 1 D ' I X S in Will 'Hui' Standing: Raymond Burfc-ind. Mr. AS+ronomy Pumphrey. Kcilh Sims, Shirluy Slzidnivk, Glenn Forster, Jeff Hzinor. Gary Young. Leo Wul- snn, Candy Willni-r. Mr. Ilmwll. Knox-ling: Clinton Rugrvrs. 23 , , You eun keep 'em down on the farm with modern devices like thisf lnspeelecl by Carl Klehm, Denny Engelking. :xml Wendell Sehoenbeek. ' Second Row: Mr. Shuirer. Fulure Farmers of America Cm Kklhmv Dennis Emm- klng. Art Moldenhouer. Marko Franc-iskovich. Dale Johnson. Bill Gu- hrlel, Tom Sullivan, Carl Heinz, Alan Van Dyke, John Henning. W2 NN ,DF W X . , lg ' .VS f-P K , , x' ,Xl V w r ' , 'th WV' A f XX . nh? 'ff L'-V. f in . 1 do-' ' .goat BU HEL ' A PECK Competition in various state and regional contests gave the members of the Future Farmers of America tro- phies, ribbons, and individual awards. Livestock, grains. and other phases of farming were focal points of the judg- ing at these contests. Recognition was also given to the boys at the Parent-Son Banquet in November, when those who had clone outstanding work in the organization were given honorary degrees. Even though a small percentage of FFA members did not live on farms, all were given opportunities to work on farms and enjoy rural life on weekends and during the summer. During school, vocational agriculture classes, in which learning the operation of farm equipment and studying soil types, conservation, and dairying were stressed. offered the boys experience in farm management. First Row: Jim Sherwood. Lloyd Pohlman, Sherman Bucher, Robert Kraus, Bruce Oehlerking. Wendell Sehoenbeek, Roy Klehm, Gordon Von Bergen. Stanley Boeline. 24 . 'F .1 "il fl ,. 1- E hK Q 1, 1 it . 1-'53 o vs l H Lag! : f 1 'l' h i rd Row : Barbzirsi Dixon. Elaine Frei-- man. Mary Lou Ghc-ra, Peg Terry. Judi Van Note. Judi Rolher. Joyce Mueller. Carol Volkinann. Dorothy Panzer. Myrna Scharring- hziusc-n, Janet Linncinunn. Dotty Petersen. Janet Cosman, Sec-mul Fulure Homemakers of America COUKI G WITH GAS "'l'hc ll0IIl0S of tomorrow arf- in the hands of youth todayf, syinholizcd on the emblem of thc Fnturc Hoinc- niakcrs of .AIllCI'lC'21: denote-s thc purposc in sponsoring this organization at Arlington. The lnotto "l'oward New Horizonsu I'l'IJl'PSt'I1lL'Ll thc- goal toward which FHA 1110111- hcrs workvd. Coinposcd ol' girls froin 1-ach of tht- four classes who had IJI'L'X'lOllSlf' taken or wcrc taking a homo t'C0l'101llil'S conrsc, the Futura- H0lIltLl112lkl'1'S of ,AIJICIJCZI ceiitcrccl this y0ar's activitivs around child guidance- in the hoinv. In addition to enjoying' a fnll schedule of field trips. ontsidt- spcakcrs, charity work.Vand social get-togetht-rs based on this theme, the girls also took Charge of one baslwthall ganu' concussion to raise- IHOHCY for Various projects. One project which the club sponsored was sc-nding one lI1L'l'1ll3t'l'. who was judge-d on ln-r ability and intcrf-st in the group to Future HOIllC'IIl21lii'l'S ol' :5xlllf.'l'lL'8 Camp, 114- ,fl S.,-f x,-ng-, ,, . Row: Faye Tagtnioic-r. Bt-rniuo Pfluger. Carol Lot-ding. Lois Lami- nu-ier. Ibotty Svliulzv. Jam-t Martini, Pnl Finnvgzin. Kathy Bodor. Judy Moehling. Bonnie 3IcGowcan. First Row: Roberta Wzilkor, Joan Anderson. Kathleen Bodur. Sandy Hacliim-isii-r, Bonnie Borin- son, Jnrly Gri-enz11-rv. A stitult in iinw is lakt-n by Pc.: 'TL-rry. supliniiiorv. :is sho hnrrics to 1-oiiiplt-to stlvt-ral lust lninutv dt-tails on l1ur ulolliing p1'o,i11cl, 1 s .X V. 4, . .'.,-fm-. .., I 1 'Z' fn w ' rx! LE ' - - ' Second Rnw: Mr. Reeves. Miki: LaCasico. Ronald Rziichert. First Row: Tommy D'Ve'5'i'ed Occupahons Robert Broczito. T on y Johnson, Ronald Schaefer, Chzirlos Gilmore. Gvrnld Thon, Ni-unteufi-1. Hurry Dodd, Jim Blzirk. Rivhzxrd ML'Nurl0n. Bill Grosvher, Gordon Govbburl. Diversified Occupaiions Sfc"'fd,R""'f QM' Wir' lcnbLrp.,, lloyd lXollu Rod McKay. .luck Russ, Jim Halvorsnn, Donald Pendleton . 'E' fi -. . 26 NING THE TRICK OE THE TR DE Bill Gloss. Mr. Roovos. First Row: Genv Straus. Ronald Cruz-n. Davo Collignon. Rnbcrt Sass. Bob Cline, Dick VVinl0rs. r 12? in lil - - - ' Sm-mul Huw: Hill Whitt-, Lynn Cut- Hauer. Mr. Wzizira, First Row: Hzirnlcl Holznagel. Flon-nc'e1 Gciscn, Dlsivrlbuhve Educahon lc-r. Phillip Gzirstkicwicz, Jim Slade, Carol Hodgson, Rlggio Nygnrd. Gerry Kilo, Hank Neumann, Ron Ikon ,Xrint-ntrrstit, Hon Martin. Don Lt-Vim-, Regt-r Crvziinor. Etim-nv Holxnzigvl, Ronald Hevkt-r. Dzix'irlMz1s1'li0ff. Km-tiling: Dir-li Sf-hnvltlt-r. Thc llistrilnitiw Hcliicutioii work pt'ngt'ain was pro- vidm-cl fm' tippc-tvlzissiiivii intt-rcstvcl in CZlI'tlCl'S in tht- fitrlds of buying. aclvcrtising, retailing, and displaying, D.E. stu- clt-nts took two l'l'g'lli2ll' classes in tht- niorning, attending spvcizil DE. vlzisses in tht- ztftcrnooii. After tlivse clzissvs tht-y had Z1 Chance to apply tht- int-whzinclising tvchniqucs lt-arnccl thrnnglt petit-tinic jobs at local stnrvs. Tha- Dim-1'siliiccl Occiipatiniis 1Jl'0Q'lTllIl clilvfcim-cl lioni tht- IIE. progrznn in that it was avziilzthlt- to juniors and st-niors tlvsiring spvcial training in LeCl1nicail ncctipzttions. Besides their two it-gulzn' stibjt-cts. D.O. studvnts took ti spvcial class in tnarhinc work, im'olx'ing such things as clt-ctiicity. radios. and printing. Aftc-1' this vlass each stu- clc-nt gziinvtl i.llI'lill'l' instt'nc'tion wcmrkiiig ut an otitsidc job. "This is tnnrt- fun than il barrel of glrl-asc nionkt-ysZ" says Ron Holxnzigcl its he giI'U1lSL'S at front zixle 01' ai Fill' :it his afternoon job. 27 Jsic HAS CHA y -nces who saw "No, No, Nanetten definitely knew 'illiain Congreve nic-ant when he said that nmusic ,, . . . . l ' X " ' l " ' ' '. . ann. The dntctois Miss Lelclt and M1 VVoli and crew of the show, and the student orchestra :cl efforts in producing this humorous opcretta. e student orchestra furnished the instrumental mu- UNO, No, Nanettef' and the A Cappella Clioir is both the Chorus and the fifteen supporting char- Dances, scattered throughout the show, were done nesis. the talent and charm department Lola Hamm, Rudolph, Charlene Curatti, Linda Clemens, Linda Gail Streich: and Judi Clahaugh portrayed the feminine characters. 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Blarrhiug with ilu- bziml. thcy also hucl thc- c'l12111c'v to pnriicipalc in High School Band Day and Homvcorxiiiig at No1'tl1wc-sin-in Unix crsiij' PRECISIO PLU ' lfourth Run: Lziuriv Rilvy. Jzlm' llrzllil. Judith Clai- Orchesls bziugh. Pzilrim-in Crossin. Judiih Laughlin. Kay Christ- mam. Jill Brozxdwr-ll. Third Row: Brenda Rudolph. Judy Pwlvrson. Num-5' Wilkinson. Judy Wm-isa-nbzrvli. Lynni- Lziwrly. Marty Gzlils. Szxllou Hirst. Nm-oml Rmr: Ilzlrhzxrzi Guy. Ginny Munn. Saimly Poxvr-ll. Iwo Pzldclur-k. Karr-ri Brodahl. Carrol Lunsmzinn. Susi Carrier. First Row: Shvrrvll Hood. Judy Down. Judic Flll-l,lllIll1'l'i, Carrol Dv Blic-hcln-. Carrol H51-rofl. Lindzx Colle. Simone Blzilvliow. A Su-mul Row: James Knopp. Rogvr McKnight. Alan D noe Band Binuivh. Ron Fonmrl. Davc- Brunner, First Ruw: L irlu F11 mispn Slfllilflfl Tcrhell. Bill Lippkc, Bill RL-ad. Ray Fflyouk Xllcn Fiibi M irgvf Sandford. I l PL Y SYMPHO Y IN SOU Fifth Rnw: Mr. Schmoycr, Don Carl- son, Tum Von Booz-kmann. Phil Lamb- Concer+ Band clin. David Price. Bill Rivdlvr. Fnurth Row: Vl'illiam Lipp ko. Janvl Lunsmann. Kari-n Flack. Judy Liobcnow. Bar bara llc-an. Dmiglas Yatos. Raymond Burfcind, John Duff. Darlf-no Knllc. Ruth Kon-stvr, Sandy Kason. Third Run' Jim 1ff'lUlll1lLlL'1if'I' Ray Tvbnrelc, Bobbin- Bradley. Joan Sullivan. Allen Fuigv. Karon Gilmore. Curry Sin-hun. Bil Road, Tom Ri-insma. S4-cond Row: Gvorgu Crawfurrl Caro Cook, 'Fhurston Brown, Barbara l-'romm. Fri-d Mum-llvr Judy Leaf, RohcrL Evkardl. Joff Inkloy. First Row: Karvr Bakur. Cfmnic Raasvh. Sylvia Pfc-ffer, Phyllis Ruichard Donna Sir-mm. l Third Row: Thurston lirmm n. German Band Ray T1-hfwrl-k. mn ifiamlrivlm- lor. Jvff Inklcy. Roger lVlc-Kniglll. Sc-camel Row: Lois Lippuld. Allen FL-igo. Carol Maisa-l, Jim Knopp. BL-Lsy Zimmerman. L00 Svhullz. First Row: NVarrL-n Smilll, Gerry Sinbcn. Bill Flood. Margo Sandford. Fifth Row: .Iulm Lim-lwnmv. Carl l-'ri- Row: Sarajanl- Ti-rhcll. Charll-s 'l'lmmson. Ralph Wvst- Conce'-+ Band ln-rg, Ln-v S:-hullx. Bill llal10rin'l1tvr. be-rg, Gi-orgv Luc-dkc, Jim Erivkson. Jerry VN'roh0l. Warn-n Alivliacl Ticrnvy. Mr. llahlhurg. Ifnurth Raw: llawn Cnr- Smith, John Anderson. S4-cond Row: Miko La RUC. Dave -nlry. XVilliam W4-llman, Ann lirmvn, Jim Travur. Bull Brunner. XYilliam Evans. Alan Bunovirli, Run Conrad. Sclirlwclur. Miko l,JL1nd5'. Spem-vt Johnson. Diana l-1-rrvll. Margv Sandford. First Row: Marilyn Swanson. Janot Roger All-Klliglil. Carol Main-l, Jamus Knapp. Third Oms-r. Linda Pyan. Patrivialllills. l11A...L ---i CLI BI G L DDER "Practice makes perfeeti' was the motto of Arlington musicians, always seen participating in thc musical pro- cluelions. The Operetta. the Christmas Assembly, the Spring Concert, and the presentation of "The lX1essiah" were on this year's program lor the orchestra and the con- cert band. Under the leadership ol' Frederick Sehmoycr, the orchestra was composed of ten students playing stringed instruments. although extra instruments from the concert hand were acldecl once a week lo make a full or- chestra. In atlclition to playing lor presentations, the con- cert hand marched during half-times at football games. lfnurth Row: Michael Stoffel. Kenn Frieker. John Cadel Band Heppner. Donald Krzinz, Jefl' lfreier. Rieliarcl Andi-rsen. Tliird Rnw: Kurt Zimmermzm. Jack Zan-hler, Larry Fors. George lfrumm. Dun Averill, Ron Anderson. S4-cunrl Huw: Bnh Szinns Third Row: Dave Brunner, Bill Evans, Orcheslra Rod Conrad. Jerry Campbell, Ann Brown, Boll Wellman. Jim Knopp. Betsy Zimmer- man. Jim Murphy, Second Row: Charles Ninne- mann, Mark Withey. Andrea Berg, Joyce Tapper, Connie Rauseh. Donna Siemro. Put Mills, Janet Lunsmann, Carol Cook. Gary Young. First Ruw: Alec Catherwood, Sue Hzine. Deanna Zielnell, Marge Sandford. Judy Sehmoyer. T0 MUSICAL SUCCESS To the thirty-six members of the Cadet Band. the meaning of the word practice became all too familiar. This intermediate training band, as well as the newly- formecl German Band, was also led by Frederick Sehmoyer. The German Band was formed to stimulate interest in ia foreign country by playing German music' and wearing German costumes. Performing this year uncler the swinging halon of B411 Niartin Dahlberg. the dance band, which was composed of a rhythm section, five saxes, three trumpets. and three trombones, accompanied the acts in the 1957 talent show. Wald. Art Beyer, Dave Sliaughnessy, .lim Webster, Hub Hollmann. Leslie Harrington. First Row: Suzann Russell. Larry Smith, Karen Johnson. Sharon Knlberg. Jay Busse. Jeff Lelyson, Janice Clausing, Pat Schneider. Ruth Haneock. ,, , .. ., N If N J wh tl f' K Q 1 i A Autumn ol' 1956 was tht- lwginning ol' a new athletic' season. First to app:-ar on tht- Arlington sports scene was football and cross-country Football, with its split-sccond action, plus Cross-Country. with its brczithtziking suspcnsc. trcldcd up to IIIOIIICIIIS that will livc fort-vcr' in tht- invin- orit-s ol' Cardinal fans. Goal lint- stands, last sn-cond sprints, vartli-shaking tackles, and touchdown runs wort- enough to thrill nnyonv. This ytfarls football and Cross-Country squads wurc lcd by frosh Coaches "Tc-go" Lztrscn. Mzuirict' Kvllogg. :ind Russell Dowcllg soph Coafhcs XVilliz11n lic-Ckrnan and Rich- ard MllClgl'I varsity rncntors "l3us', Orrnsbve. Art St-rlling. and Bob Scottg and cross-Country lvadcr Russ Attis. Behind tlic st't'nc-s was tht' backbone' of the ICZUII, Ar- lington's 1Il21I'l2lgl'1'S and scrubs. who with thc li2lCllll5' and cntirc studcnt body combined to bring many thrilling Con- ICSISTSOIIIC saddened by dcfcatg sonic lightened by victory. F LL 1956 - FOGTB LL, CROSS COUNTRY Flagler to ht-gzin przictiut- for this coming football season, Jim Hofflnztnn ind Ray Horchcr check uniforms from varsity nlanager Jeff Hzinor. 1 1 i x l . ,,.,.s..,. "7-,. " Q L yr' KI G TRACK In addition to finishing third in the WSC meet, and fourth in the district meet, Arlington's '56 cross-country squad had an overall season record of eight wins and four losses -- the most successful cross-country record in the history of sports at Arlington. Coach Russ Attis' hopes looked dim with Dick Koop- man and Alan Hutchinson as the only point-getters at the season opener, hut six new hoysfKen Courtcr. Ron Marks, Bob Taggart, John Andcrson, Les Vaughan, and Ted Geo- earisfbolstered the squad into a well balanced team. Taking time out from cross-country, one could glance at the football field and see Fred C. Schmoycr's marching hand as they practiced for their part in half-time loot- hall entertainment. Also seen perfecting their drills were the Color Guard, who presented the Colors during half-time at games and marched with the band in several parades. Fifth Row: Ric-hartl Hoke. Manuel Rodriguez, Cross Coun+rY Michael Tierney, Bill Koopman. Fourth Row: .lorry Kouzmanuff. Ronald Sc-lirot-der, 'Pom Reinsma. Robert John- son. Bob Inman. Thirml Row: Robert Wt-lls, Fred Fischer, William Dodge. Richard Plambcck. Jim Travcr, Michael Seef. S4-cond Row: George Luvdke, Bob Lockwood, John Anderson. Kenneth Courtcr. Bob Taggart, Ron Marks. Coach Attis, First Row: David Palmer. Les Vaughan. Ted Gt-oraris. Alan Hutchinson, Tom Gc-ocaris. Hal Lux. Lt-it: Soph Ron Marks sprints around the practice tracks in prepara- tion for a meet, Right: Junior John Anderson anxiously awaits the official's gun which will start him on a cross country practice run. 5 Salloc Hirst. Jurli Laughlin. Color Guard Kay Christmzm. Pill Crnssin, Judy Woiscnbach. Karon Brudzxhl. WHE THE CARD GU MARCHI I X xr ' 47' . ' W 52 H f Porfn-Orion in formation is displzxyod by ihc marching band during performance at half time. 35 -fl' F 1 54 1' n1 y s . ' MF! ,.k,A,.:4tii LA' SI'f'l'll. Frosh-Soph Cheerleaders Quill' Elinor Berg, Joan Trudo, Lindam Close, Simone Mzlluhuw, A "V" for vim-tory is symbolized as 1-lmviv Burp: guins nn-L-ded yzxrclzuzc for the Cards, S ' v TACKLI G THE JOB Starting tht' 1956 fall sports season hy stimulating school spiriti thc- twt-lvu Arlington clivc-1'ltfaclci's lt-cl yt-lls at tht- hour-long pt-p assi-nihly ht-lcl in the football blvavli- vrs hcforv tho first football giilillx Sc-ptcnihvr l-i. Chost-n for their ability to lvucl clit-ers and proinotc school spirit. tht- thrct- fri-shinzin clit-t-1'lt-acls-1's wc-rc sole-Ctc-cl thc first wot-k of school. whilt- this otht-r positions on thc squads wc-rt' fillt-cl last spring. Early in the full tha- six varsity t'lit't-r'lt'aclt'1's. hi-ziclt-tl hy 'Iutly Pt-tt-rson. :incl tho six frosh-soph CllCCl'lCilClC'l'S. led hy Linda Gollv. wt-rc Q,llt'SIS of honor at the annual sports hnnquvt. 'l'hc' aclvcnt of tht' haskvthall svason founcl thc varsity chcctrlt-aclcrs cheering in hrancl new red nniforins, Through- out this sports season. as in tht' football scnson. :ill twclw' of tht- girls Could ht- founcl doing their utmost to vnconrugc thc tcmn and proinotv spirit zunong tht- students. ' t'I'op to Bottom! Judi Clzihziugh, .Iutiv Va'5'+Y Cheerleaders Johnston. Marty liults. Nainvy Wil- kinson. Judy Pt-lt-rson. Vivki Mogrt-n. in snritdix ohstrxts ht t trims LLIQIOH it L onittotnint, footbili init ' Fourth Row: Hill Fisvhor tMzin:1- Va'5'+Y Foollhball gc-rt. Boh Ritzmzi. Jim Gran-s. Lev Askt-lof. Grt-pr Rost-. Bob Mors. Chuck Pvtt-rscn. Bob Crm'- iston. Dean Schm-vk, Jack Hoffman, Curl Kit-hm. Brion Robb. Third Row: Ed Ki-Ilt-y tiklzinzigvri. Divk Niokelst-n KMunup.:orl. John Liohunow fhlilflflgvfl. Roger Fzirloigh. Dave Burt-n, Don Gerkcn. Bob Cagainn. Jim Poery, Larry Smith. Ed Schuiiiuciier. Tom Kt-nnit-oil. Ralph VVHIQ. Bob Simmons. Hob Andurson. S4-fund Row: Kent Kurtz. fhflilli' zigt-rr. Cozit-h St-rfling. Tom Grey. Dennis Tliill. Tom Tiizickory. Don Plank. Wayne Rydborg. Mui Friend, Gt-orgv Stoll. Farr Ji-ht-ns. Dick Xilirfsntzin. Jack XV0b0r, Frank Embrey tMzinzi::t-ri. First Row: .It-ff Hnnor tMz1n- agzurr. Coat-h Orlnsbvo. Dun Vittum. Dean Skacibu1'g. Ray Horn-her. Donny Zapp. Jim Hoffmann. Ashley Hziiist-. Howie Rt-rg, Ed Moinki-n. Ron Shot-nizikv. Four-h Svoii. Fourth Row: Coach Mudge. John Lus- Frosh-Soph Foolliban sow, Davc Soenkscn. Jim Sayre-. liill Oldak,-r. Al XXV.-str-rggaarcl. 'l'ony llcnkcl, Jim Morris, Charlvs Ncu- man. Guy Stophlcl. Leigh Moorc. Coarh Rockman. Third Row: Dan Strcigel. Jeff I-lcintx. Al Sanders. Fred HL-de-mark, John Tor- rcns. Bob O'NL-il. Bob Barbour, Richard Bader, Clydc Hertlcin. John Wciscnbach. Frank Nlkvodruff. Charles Elsle. S4-cuud Row: Brucc Richmond, Ken Hadland. Dale Rntlionhcrgcr. Paul Pc-ters. Wally Mm-ycrs. Roy Kli-hm. Pat Buick. John Bot-hner. Dwight Za-man. Bill Nlors. Dari- Sn'li1'c-ibcr, VVklI'I'L'I1 Phillips 1Managcrb, First Huw: Ecl Wliitclaw, Jessi' Nchf, Larry Leu-por. Roy Garr. Joo Bonn, Bob Curatti, Jack lipley. James Meehan. Don Ahmcr. Dave Ebert. Sher- man Bus.-liur. Richard Miller tlvlanagerr. JL-l'f Pratt iManagerl. Fourth Row: Fred Shipman. Carl Graf. Art Frosh Foo-'bball Nvblin. Richard Got-ltz. Eugene Dahlquist. Gcorgo Bork. Kurt Zimmurman, Ronald Christ, Bruce Fichtv, Bud Terhull. John Miller. John Hose-k, Eddie Pfiffvr. Chuck Spaans. Third Row: Dennis Schncck. Peter Motisi. Ed Glam-ser. Carl Massa. Rickiu Johnston. Dave Sclman, John Lopala, Mike Dandy, Bill Schu- mann. Tony Smvros. Bill Andrcw. Bob Hack:-r, Conch Larson. Sov- 38 und Row: Hi-rbort 'l'allitsch, John Beckman, llick L1-man, Jim Slink- arcl. Richard Duenn, Alli-n Ullrick. Phillip Gustafson, Ronald Books, Ronald Schacffcr. Frederick Mosiman, Victor Rosc, Philip Shaw. Goorgc Goanc. First Row: Coach Dowoll, Bill Lips, Dale HL-dbergz. William Spomur, Ti-rry Harris. Bob LL-uklcy. Ron Troabrss, Terry Fitzpatrick. Ji-ffroy Layson, Paul McNurl0n, Dennis Knutson, Coach Kellogg. Flying through the ziir with tho gm-:its-st ol' t-:iso :irv yzirsily gritlrlurs .lini Hoffmzinn and lmn Viltum, 1 , G X x Wg? f f Q- A t'l'LlL'lill play in the grunt- brings tlistrvss to lioh Frvyiston, I-Irl Sliunisikvr, :intl Donny Zapp. The 1956 Cclition of the Arlington varsity coinpilccl :1 st-zxson rt-rorcl of tlirvv yic'torit's and five clcfcftts, good for at fifth plztcc finish. The varsity clrycii. Coztcllcd by Hliusu Ormsbcc. Bob Scott. and Art St-rfling, kiclu-cl off their scu- son with a 12-12 clcacllock with Lcyclcn, listed as an Ar- lington yictory hocaiisc' of a forfeit, Thc first confcrcncc tilt rtfsultccl in ri 1-1'-7 triuinph for 'glSus" Ornisl'Jc-t-'s boys. Aftt-r two consecutive- lossvs to Hinsclalc and Maint---tho Hoint-roining contest- -the yur- sity Cards cclgccl Downs-rs Grow- for tht-ir last victory of the year, LaGrange, Gln-nharcl. and Rivvrsidc-liroolxfirlcl took thc' following thrve gznnes. An oyvrull rt'c'orcl of two x'it'torit-s. fiyv clvfvats. and onc tic was uchicyt-cl by Arlingtonis frosh-soph gridclt-rs. By thc- c-ncl of tht- yt-ar, Couch Bill lieclmizlii and as- sistant couch Dick Nluclgc haul the squad worked into Ll httrcl-Chargt-cl unit, which attztins-cl tht- conference rccorcl of 2-4-1. good for ll fifth plan- tic. Arlington's frm-shinnn football tvznn lvtl hy ht-ual conrli "logon Lztrscn and assistant IIICIIIOFS "Rusty" Dowcll anal lVIutn'irc Kellogg Conipili-cl tht- rvcorcl of fiya- yictorics and two clcfmtts in play this yt-ar. Wlztlloping Hinsclzilc by LI 31 to 1-1 tally lnarliccl tht' first tiinc- an AH frvslnnan tm-um clc'l's-atvcl the Rrcl l-Jvyils. Still peppy alter vigorous football przwticc. the frosh-sonhs 4-lizirgv for the lovkvr room. With the hrisk October breezes blowing and the leaves taking on their autumn Colors, there arrivt-cl 21 buzzing stir among the students at Arlington High School, an excite- ment which could nit-an only one thing-Homecoming! 'fliese exciting Clays started with the important de- cision of rt slogan for at first prize float, Then, after nights of hurriecl preparation, the long awaited hour came. when the decorated floats, the marching band, and the royal Court started on their parade through town. To climax Homecoming clay, the winning floats were paraded on the field during half-time at the game. S'lVheel run 'em through thc mill" was the slogan of the first prize float, constructed by three senior homerooms. The second place, a freshman float, depicted a broken clock and pro- claimt-cl, K'Wc-'ll pop their main spring!" while juniors took third prize with a politicianis train, featuring Doug Stein- gralwr campaigning for Arlington's forthcoming victory. "Forty million napkins can't be wrong," says Connie Raasch to Sandy Powell as they put the finishing touches on their Homecoming float. HOMECGMI G PIRIT T KE HGLD GF Flvoryont- loves a parade. especially wht-n Homecoming spirit fills the air. Here the anxious crowd makes way for the murvhing band. a I mwaw 40 It was time for vin-tory uri-L1 this float in THf 11' for t 1 Hun 1 Q llwi iliti, Tho wlit-cis were turning in thv right clirwtion for tht' sa-niors its tht-5' ilt :1 first place float Showing: tht-ir pri-rlii-tion of Mziinm-'s fzitv. hrt-0 l'I'L'Slllll1lIl lwnicmoms wlwn lhoy "Feist your hzxllutx fur 'A' vivtrmryf' shouts Doug: Stn-ingrzlbt-r as in-coming pzxrzicltf. taking si-vond plzlwo. this junior float tztktfs third priztf in tht- llollit-uniting pzirzxclu. "kv-.V I o L Wil? .4- TAKE we N .VILIUHY-IZWYHIFW N , 4I l A Joking as usual. thu vzlndidutes for hmm-c'oming king are shown just ln-forv thu pn-sl-nlutiun as thi-y sprum- up for lhu big.: moment. Thuso Homecoming que-cn candiclates are all clvvkecl out in "buttons ziml bows" as ilu-y put on finishing.: touches for the presentation. Third Row: Dan Vittum. Chuck Pmor- son, Ed Rube, Bill Palmer, Don Plank. S1-cond Row: Nancy Wilkinson, Steph Empkie. Judy Johnston. First Row: Judy PL-ti-rson. .Ianv Holloway. Homecoming Couri' iffy X if 4 ,,.-:Qui"" X " 12' . QQ ' X ', ww f i A,', Q gi , ' , ' -ig-:'Ifg' ,' .1 ,Tv 'M 4? -if v fi !! 1 ' '- ' , 4 'J "Qs ' T xy . fgf - - " J ' " 1 it J, ,, W., AM, ,..x3iNQ,., gi rj.: ,L gz, . kg V A5 55 ,u f K 1? n "x y ' Peterson and Petersen. Homecoming King and Queen, pose for portrait. e-gf HOMECOMI G 1956, STORY OF M ORIES Homecoming 1956 was a story of memories, different to each and every person involved. September 14 was to most students at Arlington High School an average school day, but to ten members of the senior class it was the beginning of what was to be a deeply treasured memory. On that day Jane Holloway, Stephanie Empkie, Judy Jolmston, Judy Peterson. Nancy Wilkinson, Bill Palmer, Chuck Petersen, Don Plank, Ed Rabe, and Dan Vittum were given the honor of being chosen the 1956 Homecoming king and queen candidates. Most students at Arlington were familiar with the candidates, but to acquaint everyone with their person- alities, the CARDINAL ran a special feature with profiles on the royalty. All the candidates agreed that the spirit of Homecoming-the floats, parade, mums, game, and dance Scombined to make an event they would long remember. A further look at the nominees was given September 28 in a special assembly, in which Marty Gatts and Alan Hutchinson introduced the candidates for king and queen. Students returned to their homerooms after the presenta- tion assembly to cast their votes. From that day forth, rumors were circulated, bets were placed, and hot arguments raged on the topic of in- terest to all-the 1956 king and queen. Even the candi- dates themselves were uninformed, and the tension mount- ed steadily until Thursday, October 4, the day of the coronation. An atmosphere of mystery and suspense prevailed over the assembly as lights were dimmed and spotlights were placed on the candidates, who stood two by two, solemnly awaiting the students' decision. All was ready. Everyone became still, pages Janie Hertel and Bob Wolf handed the scroll to Bob Lenz. Bob announced that Judy Peterson and Chuck Petersen would reign over the Homecoming festivities at Arlington! The applause was deafening as Judy and Chuck were crowned, and circling the gym, they proudly greeted their subjects. Although little was seen of the king, the queen and her court Inade their appearance at the Homecoming foot- ball game where they again received cheers and ovations from all. The Homecoming Dance dramatically climaxed fes- tivities for the present time, but Homecoming 1956 will forever be alive in the hearts and minds of those concerned. 43 L mdvrn tm-ns still zlpprocizxu- tho old-fzushirmvcl xrlingmn life- is nm :ull xxurk uml nu plug for liuhlim: 011 1-wnilms suvh :rs this. uhm-n 1111 my 4 'izlil Smith :md GL-orgv Sampson us thvy zuinlirv Dill tho 4-ffm-ct of :1 snpl1is1im'z1Lvd c-hzxps-:nu on snmvman. 'l3"s ow-r and it, is timo to my gum!-115' -..A W 1 i ' w I 1 I 1 46 L ZND TIME 'ROUN The winter wind blew, along with flurries ol' snow. a whirlwind of activity to the sophomore Class. Led by Holm Barbour. president: John Lussow. vice president: Judy Keppen, secretary: Judy Johnson. treasurerg and Mike Shannon, traffic court judge: the elass worked under the guidance of Miss Martha Craig and Mr. Harold Husa. Following the excitement of Homecoming, the sopho- mores began work on the turnabout, the Harvest Moon Hop, The girls enthusiastically endorsed the dance, and a great number of Couples danced under a huge harvest moon. Next in line for the upper-underelassmen was their part in the talent show, the "Million Dollar Follies." The sophomores were well represented in individual acts by twirlers Bonnie Benson, Judy Schnioyer. and Sandy Peter- son with their twirling routine, and acrobatic dancer Marilyn Hagberg. An airport waiting room set the scene for singing and dancing in the class skit. which revolved around the theme i'Big D" and won for them a seeond place in the judging. Many a hearty cheer was led by cheerleaders Simone Malchow, Lynn Stadell. Linda Golle. and. later. Judy Kep- pen, while urging their teams to victory. Right on the beam at the games were the soph concessionaires as they sold popcorn and eokes to raise money for next yearis Prom. St-emitl Row: Roy Carr. Candle Esqulval. Sophomore Board Jim Sherman, Jean Sullivan. Simone Mal- elww. Leigh Moore, Jeff Heintz. Mike Shannon. Diane Ainslie. Ann Carlisle, Bonnie Benson. Carol Conroy. Al Sander. First Row: Naney fb -s in ,Q- X .V .7 ., Na .N , .K it -.,, ,L H we . Sliding into winter aellvltles are sophomore elass officers: Mike Shannon. John Lussow. Bob Barbour. Judy Keppen. Judy Johnson, Mess. Carole Hagzemann. Betty Klrelthuff. Tina O'Day. Bob Barbour. John Lussow. Judy Keppen. Judy Johnson, Gail lsselhardt. Carole Roeske. Kathy Stromberg. Ellen Wolf. lllllll Flllll llllll i t I 5? p Yup .l. 47 5 E E All the world scoms topsy-turvy to Marilyn Hngberg as she docs zi "Hello? Room service?" Jeff Inkley, sophomore, makes uso of one of handstand during her routine in the "Million Dollar Follies." the many conveniences in this exceptionally well-equipped locker. "Whz1t! No lvIomrt1"' exelziims Judy Keppen lo Carolyn Fletcher as those Sophmnoros choose ll tune to help them relax after ai busy clay. 48 he C7440 5 First Row: Judy Ackerlund. Joyce Addy. Don Ahiner, Diane Ainslie. Carol Anderson, Paul Anderson, Al Angel- lotti. Myron Appleyarcl. Eleanor Averill. Second Row: Richard Bader. Nancy Baker. Howard Bakke. Dave Balling. Carlotta Banach. Bob Barbour, Pat Barker, Barb Barrett. Bill Barzano. Third Row: Donna Basler. Richard Batts. Graycc Beckway. Elaine Beier, Ed Bellmore. Judie Bengson, Bob Bennett, Jean Bennett. Jon Benrud. Fuurth Row: Bonnie Benson, Jack Berg. Kathy Berg. Bruce Bersted. Bonnie Bertok, Art Beyer. Bill Bielinski. James Bjorgo. Tom Black. Fifth Row: Bob Blanchard, John Bleile. Kathy Bodor. Stanley Boehnc. John Boehner. Randall Bolsinger. Jerry Bonn. Wally Borinan, Marcia Born, Sixth Row: Nancy Bouer. Ann Bradshaw, Al Bratkovie. George Breust, Jill Broaclwell. Karen Brodahl, Tom Bro- derick, Diann Brown. Sue Brown. Seventh Row: Betty Brumit. Sherman Bucher. Charles Buckeridge. Jane Buckle, Pat Buick. Fred Bunnel. Dave Buren. Kathy Burkwest, Virginia Bussert, Eighth Row: Pam Buttenob. Keith Butterfield. Carol Bycroft. Karen Campbell, Sally Carl. Ann Carlisle. Joan Carlsen. Tom Cassidy. Sherry Chimis, Ninth Row: Claudia Cieciwa. Paul Cirricione. Paul Clark, Jackie Clarke. Janice Clausing, Robert Clausing. Janet Cloud. John Cochran. Caren Coken. Tenth Row: Loren Coleman, Carol Cominsky. Barbara Conklin, Ron Conrad. Carol Conroy, Jean Conroy. Jim Conroy. Pat Corteen. Tom Coryell, l-Ileventh Row: Dave Cosman, Janet Cosman. Kenneth Courter, Robert Curatti, Kent Danes, Denny Dassonville. Kathy Day, Barbara Dean. Dolores Dembinski. Twelfth Row: Nancy Deming. Judy Dempewolf. June Deu. Jack Deubel, Ken Dieball. Florence Dietrick. Bill Dodge. Bob Docrr. John Double. ' Thirteenth Row: Ronald Drake. Lorenzo Duran. Ken Durben, Dave Ebert. Chuck Elste. Cynthia Elterman, Kurt Engle. Lance Engle. Jack Eplcy. Fourteenth Row: Rick Erber. Carol Erickson. Jim' Erick- son, Lois Erickson, Candelarlo Esquivel, William Evans. Bob Evenson, Jean Ewert, Diana Ferrell. 'L ft . is fn " i gi 4. . ,I .,.. - , A ,Mia Yi T " .Q .fbi 3' pt. F: 'M Q "'- if at , 3 lvwki 'G I 3 -,' 1 Ak 1 mb 'i X -I 0 Rv " vginl fi A k K 1 .115 Q .iiiy if Q ' J J, ,f ff 7"" 4 f .5 ng- K x. J. lm xv l .. 1 ff' "1 gi fil l nz: A V if ft V EE E7 ., ,gl K , , q if l . .. it Y tgp 3 'wait QM 4 3 'gvfg . . . . ' . MX? A i . ,, .. , :sf is . J 5' ' rf L . K I K- , ,f Vg? . .Q ..tli K J , 1 , :IE ' 3 J Q 1. . , . . it -wt "L 'gy sf-' +1 , if J if' . ff W .. A . "2?f' xf - e J V ml- lb tg. A .2 s -af ia, - ,J ,il Q ij Wi, X ' .."'f . i-: :if .Sf . ' C' J' 'J' T . 1 . - J 'ii"i ' lf 1 -Q B5 , 2. SM: i M 1 L. "' . 1 2 TH - g Q ' I .l.A K 3 . A . Q . , 4 , A d' K T I Q4 1? .ir , . ' C J .Q 1 15' -A ,L ' - I . 'Q ,I KX g 1 -A ' . ij 3. Q WT! Af . 1, , .fi W J -H -ff' 9 rr Q- or J r A - Q f in NJ , A rx . ,M Q 5 . -. FE, 6. f , - ., ' f J -Q 5 X V rx kk KR My L . J i, il , . L x ,, xv, - -amy' K 3 ? in ,, ? E" . "fl' .f -Q if , . .. ' 4v ' 'J .N A - . F V' - L E' f . . . , ...Q 'J P ' . mg .. f A I fx M ' M A . -V , . C In '. . i in 5 'i 'gp :ra L ' . ,.i . I wi J ' i , Q ' I if .f ig xi- M ' ' i .i T Q. W- K f ---'f - fi A i. - ii L ' M . - .f F n ' ' ag. 5... 15 Sopiwmv eA First Row: Pat Finnegan. Fred Fischer, Karen Fischer. Karen Flack. Carolyn Fleleher. Robin Fontaine, Marko Franciskovich. Carol Freise, Kon Fricker, si-eoiul Row: Bill Frost. Carlos Galarza. Jan Galilz, Karl Gallee. Roy Garr, Jackie Gassway, Bob Gehl, Donald Ger- ken, Edward Gerrard. Third Row: Clifford Gerschefske. Mary Lou Ghera. Barb Gillham. Meg Gillon. Karen Gilmore, Pat Girvin. Jill Giul- iani, Barbara Glade, Marian Glade. Fourth Row: Larry Glass. Roger Goebbert. Linda Colle. Ralph Gould. Patricia Graef. Ken Graham, Pete Gregory, Kathy Grundhoefer. Marvin Haas. 1-'ifth Row: Ken Hadland, Joan Hadxirna, Carol Haegele, Gerald Haenggi, Marilyn Hagberg. Carole Hageinann, Don- ella Hager, George Hahn, June Hall. Sixth Row: Sharon Hall. Diane Hamm, Ruth Hancock. Bill llankley. Neil Hansen. Pal Harman, Cary Harling. Bernie Harvel. Carol Hartwig. Si-ventli Row: Pam Haslam, Dolores Haubenehild. Richard Haworth. Andrew Hayden. Dinah Haynes. Fred Hedemark. Sandy Hedslrom. Cathy Holley. Alan Heimsoth. I-ligfhtli Row: Rosemary Hein. Bill Hein, Jeff Heinlz, Ruth Hellwig. Toni Henkel, John Henning, Gay Henriksen. John Heppner. Fred Herdl. Ninth Row: Clyde Herllein. Nancy Hoppe. Steve Hoist. Ginny Holmes. Ruth Hoehn. Sallee Hirst. Peggy Hirons. Yvonne I-Iinriehs. Sue Hihbert. 'l'i-nth Row: Pain Huntley, Chuck Hurst, Mary Ihbotson, Angie Iminordini. Jeff Inkiey, Gail Isselhardi.. Bill Jansen. Sally Jansen. Diane Janssen. . Eli-ventli Row: Harold Jebens. Bruce Johnson, Fay John- son. Jan Johnson. Jeanne Johnson. Judy Johnson, Mary Lou Johnson. Mickey Johnson. Ruth Ann Johnson, 'Twelfth Row: Penny Kacena, Mike Kauffman. Evelyn Kay. Roland Kehe, Mildred Kelley, Ray Kemman, Judy Kep- pen. Roy Kim, Betsy King. 'l'hirt4-enth Row: Jerry King, Bcity KiI'Chh0ff, Richard Klages. Jacob Klamer. Debby Knight, Gail Knobloch. Don Knoepfle. Nancy Knox. Diane Koeeja. lfouriei-nth Row: Judi Koelling, Joy Koenig, David Koepke. Fred Koeppen. Fred Kolslad. Bill Koopman. Egon Kosel. Jerry Kouxnuinoff, Charles Kransberger. -diifq ., .1 l 41", The Cla A 0 5 First Row: Mary Kraus. Richard Krejsa. Carol Kroencke. John Kruk. Phillip Kunz. Dave Kussow, Raymond LaCroix. Zeno Ladas. Mike Lambert. Second Row: Tum Landmeier, Gayle Mary Lang, Pat Lan- gerock. Evelyn Langguth. Larry Larson, Mike LaRue. Eva Lasch, Chris Lasehok. Delores Laz. Third Row: Larry Leeper, Sandra Lcmke. Barbara Lilje- quist, Janet Linnemann, Tony Lochinger, Tim Lonergan, Sherrie Long. Bonnie Loy, Walter Loy. Fourth Row: Lillian Luba, George Luedke. Jan Lueth. Pat Lundstedt. Janet Lunsmann, John Lussow, Hal Lux, Mike Lyons, Judy Lysien. Fifth Row: Sandra MacDonald. Lee Magnuson. Pat Mahler. Carol Maisel. Judy Maitland. Simone Malehow, Odell Ma- lone, Ginny Mann, Carol Manta. Sixth ltnw: Ron Marks, Jeff Marsh, Janet Martini, Julie Marwedel, Judy Mayer. Gary MeConnell, Tom McCord. John McDonald, Willard McDowell. Seventh Row: Bonnie McGowean. Jeanne Medal, Jim Meehan. Nancy Mees, Dave Meller. Bill Menefee, Shirley Mewbourn. Frank Meyer. Helen Meyer. Eighth Row: Karen Meyer. Tony Meyer, Judy Michaels. Judy Michelson. Martin Mielke, Judy Mihalek, Jaekic Miller, Leroy Miller. Nancy Miller. Ninth Row: Richard Miller, Pat Mills. Ralph Milman, Tony Minetti, Kathie Mitehell. John Mokenhaupt, Jeanne Mojeske. Arthur Moldenhauer, Diane Moon. O Tenth Row: Leigh Moore. Nancy Moore. Ralph Moravec, Gary Moreland. Art Morgan. Elizabeth Moritz, Chuck Morris. Jim Morris. Bill Mors. Eleventh Row: Barbara Muhley, Sara Muran. Walter Myers. Catherine Myk, Wayne Myk, Dolores Nearhood. Jesse Nehf. Ellen Nelson. Jay Nelson. 'Twelfth Row: Gregg Neubauer. Charles Neumann. Gordon Newcomb, Dennis Niemann. Tom Ninow. Don Nordtvedt. Audrey Oakley, Jean Ocasek. Mary O'Connell. Thirteenth Row: Tina O'Day, Bruce Oehlerklng, Pat O'Gorman. Bill Oldaker. Jerry Olson, Bob O'Neil, George Opsahl, Maria Ortiz, Jim Pacelli. Fourteenth Row: Bernadine Page. Jim Page. Janice Pal- mer, Pat Parke. Joan Parlcin, Nancy Parson, Pat Pastor, Dwight Pate, Jerry Pate. Iii. Zi' .,, 'X way ' fx x :J ' '13 2' Q3 11 'fix 4 "1 ,' rf .: rf' .f fm , " l -' Y tif: ,V f. - - . Q, A X X ' 'll A .fir 163 I i 9 - 2 m Ai I by 3? in -, g Ny . 1. 455 35 T i -1 " f . I All sy , XXX f' fi k 'vig i X , ,gg I . sf J. if-ek .-Ci, A " 4 ' fk, FQQQSR .A if 5 ' Pie' J ' ip aero! Q fh 'fs x W. .wwe 7 ' -fygr' 'K .2 ' R ..-f f Q V f H + ries fi ' X f l"' rs .ff 4-, 34 ,, . Wye.. l., ,lA. 1 - Rt' - .fi , . . as It W - I - X? ., .ir , t N. 'lf I I . 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' .tw -':1 ' ti .. I ' LT: .4 77 . ' i firf' ' w i fi , ,. . s. , ' I -"5fQwsfw. . Svplwmv eA First Row: Yvonne Patterson, Joan Pauly, Joan Peder- sen, Lee Pennington, Paula Peters, Dotty Petersen, John Peterson, Lynda Peterson, Sandra Peterson. Second Row: Stanley Peterson. Joan Petkus. Roy Petter- son, Sylvia Pfeffer, Bernice Pfluger, Warren Phillips, Anne Pietrolonardo, Penny Pipkin, Richard Plambeck. Third Row: Robin Posselt, Caren Potts, Karen Prahl, Jeff Pratt, Alan Purvis, Joe Putz, Richard Rascher, Babs Ras- mussen. Daniel Raupp. Fourth Row: Bill Read. Phyliss Reichart, Sandy Reilly, Tom Reinsma, Bruce Richmond, Allen Richter. Bill Rich- ter, Frances Richter, Emily Riemer. Fifth Row: Ann Ritchie, Tom Roberts, Lynn Rodewald, Fred Roeck, Barbara Roeske, Carole Roeske, Rodman Roeske, Leonard Roesler, Jan Rogozinski. Sixth Row: Roger Rosene, Dale Rnthenberger. Jim Rozek. Joy Robertson. Judy Rosa. Susan Rosa, Charles Rush. Teresa Ryan, Tom Sande. Seventh Row: Perry Sandecn. Al Sander. Sharon Sass. Al- win Sasse. George Sawyer. Jim Sayre, Bob Sbarbaro, Diane Schaefer. Donna Sehanmier. Eighth Row: Carl Seharringhausen. Larry Seharringhau- sen. Myrna Scharringhausen. Skip Schiel, Dan Schmeichcl. Judy Schmoyer, June Schneider, Pat Schneider, Maryann Schobert. Ninth Row: Tom Schoen, Jay Schoenbeck, Carol Schoen- feld, Bob Schoepke, Dave Schreiber, Ronald Schroeder. Jean Schuette. Terry Schuetz, Bob P. Schultz. Tenth Row: Bob W. Schultz. Denny Schumacher, Rita Schumacher. Lynnae Sehummer, Ron Schwantz, Kathy Schwarz. Ken Schwarz, Betty Schweigerdt, Steve Sedlak. Eleventh Row: Grace Seffens, Wayne Serbin, John Setxer. Eleanor Shanley, Mike Shannon, Stephanie Sheets, Larry Shell. Jim Sherman, Jim Sherwood. Twelfth Row: Suzanne Shogren, Barbara Siech. Lynn Simpson, Cliff Skarr. Tim Slansky, Don Slonecker, Carol Smith, Judy Smith, Mary Smith. 'Thirteenth Row: Melissa Smith, Sandy Smith, Dave Soenk- sen. Tom Sowinski, Virginia Sowinski, Kay Spicer, John Spiczak, Virginia Stach. Lynn Stadell. Fourteenth Row: Shirley Stadnick, Luke Stephan. Judy Sternal. Sue Stevens, 'Pom Stewart, Betty Stiefbold, Fred Sticrle, Juanita Stolley, Guy Stophlet. K A he CIMA o S I f First Row: Jim Straus. Kathy Stromberg. Judy Darlene Stump. George Suchomski. Jean Sullivan. Trudy Summers, Bob Sunko, Joyce Swanson, Frank Szafran. Sec-unti Row: Sue Tahcieik. Bob Taggart. Faye Tagtmeier. Dick Talbot. Roberta Taylor. Peg Terry. Art T4-ws, Lois Thoma. Patrick Thoms. Third Raw: Michael Tierney. John Torrens. Gerry Trank- er. Jim Traver. Gary Trimble. Bob Trinka. Betty Truel- sen, Roger Uhlhorn, Ken Ulbrich. Fourth Row: George Vanalek. Alan Van Dyke, Judi Van Note, Dave Varnado. Claire Vandervort, Bob Voigt, Carol Volkmann. Lew VonAlmen. Thomas VonBoeekmann, Fifth Row: Karen Vork, Bob Wagner. Edward Wahl. Robert VVake. Bill VValden, Debbie VValker. Dennis XVal- ters. Sherry Warfsman. Mike Warne-cke. Sixth Row: Ruth Webster, Lorie Weidner, Norb Weidner. Jon Weisenbaeh. Tom Weller. Ralph Westberg, Suzanne Westerlund. Ed Whitelaw, Don Wilkes. Seventh Row: Karen Wille. Judy Willer, Carol Willie. Barbara C. Wilson. Barb R, Wilson, Roy Winkelman. Mark XVithe5'. Kay Witter. Barbara W'olI. Eighth Row: Ellen Wolf. Frank Woodruff. Jerry Wrobel. Pat Wuestenfeld. Rick Yager. Tip Yager. Douglas Yates. Bob Zadravetz. Jack Zaehler. Ninth Row: Marilyn Zbilski. Dwight Zeman. Dave Zim- merman, Julianne Zimmerman. Gloria Zorn. 'Shine on, shine on. harvest moon," hums sophomore Carol Maisel. dreaming oi the forthcoming turnabout :lance as she paints the final stroke on her poster. I 9 Q Q. . 9 . a A Q 93.29 2 V f J. J IHA Q Q Q 9 9 '-.- .f kv e 'ii' ' 'fk' I I I n -W' .wave ,.,-:.s:fG"f:'r 4 al 15 Q.-. - Second Row: Sylvia Pfeffer, Tom Reins- Fresh Debaile ma, Mike Shannon, Jim Sherman. First Row: Daniel Dewilde, Robert Stephan. Jeff Clark, Marie Martin, Jain Rogozinski. PE KERS - THE T LK GF THE TO ullezir ye! Hear ye!" might have been the cry of stu- dents in the National Forensic League who read the daily ztnnounccinents over the newly installed loud-speaker sys- tem this past year. Entrance into N.F.L,, a national orga- izzttion honoring students participating in debate, public speaking, and contest speaking, was gained through an ac- cumulation of points earned through work in speech. As inc-rnhers of the league, students had opportunities to ob- tain highcr degrces by gaining additional N.F.L. points. Many N.F.L. members also participated in debate, a branch of the National Forensic League. The debate teams, consisting of three squads-varsity, sub-varsity, and frosh-soph-debated in many tournaments, round robins, and contests throughout the year. Mr. Floyd Dougherty coached the varsity and sub-varsity teams, while Mr. Clarence Feiereisel coached the frosh-soph. The Arlington debate teams were new members of the Metropolitan de- bate League-league of high schools in the area-this year. Varsity Debate den Kreider. Mr, Dougherty. First Row: M:-r nan Jzinsen, Mimi Mc-Donald, Sec-ond Row: Tom Far rand. John Petersen, El Third Ruw: Linda C'l0I11L-115, John Livbvnmv. Lzirrv iiuxvnizin, Mzlrjoriv Mzirfzirrrin, Thesplans S1-coml Row: Mr. Murphy. Caryl 'IR-riirwils. Juhhn PL-lorsi-n. PL-nm' Puarnv. Joy' Vitoux. First Row: Priscillzi Uurgm-Ss. Smit Achim, Jun Dzivunpurl, Dcmnu Rzlffzly. Mary Ju UIL, P1111 McGill. ' ' Fifth Row: John Peterson. Sylvia Pivffer, Carol 1-'oige Na+IonaI Forenslcs League Eldon Krm-idx-r. l"0llI'1ll Row: Jun Dziw-1iiJm1l'l. Murymin Jain- sen. Jun Rognzinski. Third liow: Szlily Flux-nt. Jam I-iollmi'z15'. Erika Stn-uor. Sn-1-oncl Ruu- Carul XX'illiv. Lzuxrio Hill-52 Mimi Mi-Dmmalfl. First Row: Marky Gzltts, Miki' Shannon. Jeff Hzinor .4f lv In this seene from "Bontehe Sehweigm zi humble peasant QGZIFY More- landb is shown to a seat in heaven by 1-'either Abraham tTom Behmr. The eraftly inkeeper tPat Harrisb outwits his good friend. the Melamed Uohn Spiezaky in this one act play "The Tale of Chelmf' GI I GREG RD T0 OLD BRO DW Flapper Amy f.Ioy Vitouxb greets her mother ttlan Davenportl in ax scene from "The Show-off," a play set in the Roaring Twenties. my - -'1 'gPlaces everyone. . . Act I." 'Footlights on, houselights dim." "Curtain going up!" Before these final words were spoken. however, a grea many hours had been put in. Under the direction of Mr. Douglas Murphy, head of the dramatic department, there were sets to be built, costumes and props to be borrowed. bought, or made. and above all, weeks of hard work and rehearsal. A The fall production was a collection of three one-act plays: "Bears, Goats. and Angels." Niid-winter saw the Cast of Wllhe Show-offi' play to a full house in the newly completed Little Theater. The Contest play and a spring play were also presented by the drama department. Through participation in the cast and crew of these produetions, many students gained membership in the Nu- tional Thespian Soeiety. Following a fall initiation. Tom Farrand. Marge MacCarron, and Sharon Sellers were cho- sen as offieers. Another initiation was held in the spring. T YOUR SER ICE Ailing students and those needing first aid in the way of supplies found help in two of Arlington Highis service organizations-the Nurst-'s Aids and the school supply store. Students in need of first aid came to the health serv- ices office. which was located in a new, larger room this year, Twenty Nursels Aids assisted the school nurse Nfrs. Hufnagel in administering minor first aid to students. doing clerical work, and helping with the eve and ear tests and the chest X-rav program. School supplies ranging from locks to notebooks could be purchased before school and during lunch periods at the student supply store. Behind the counter were students from the office practice or business education departments chosen for this capacity bv hlrs, Faulkner, the sponsor and senior clerk, who supervised the ordering and sale of sup- plies. The five students who served as clerks had opportu- nity to gain experience in saleswork, as well as in giving service to the student bodv. An important event for these clerks was attending the office nlarlline show in Chicago. Second Row: Georgia Barnes, Lynn Rode- wuld, Judy Hansen. Carol Volkman. First Row: Barb Siech, Rosemary Barry, JoAnne Hadzima. Heal+h Services rv? Q' 5 M 'Q ,.- 'L i I . Service with a smile offered af supply store by Charles Rush. Barb Bader, Frank Embry, Diane De lfer, Mrs. Faulkner, Mary Kaiser. 7 Pe kv J X V5 magi- 71 r""'E' Qs! I- l x ssl' QF ' ' , Jil x 1' 'tt ,ea A I gf i 57 ' Fourth Row: Carol Erickson. Mary Ann A Cappella Choir Fabian, Suzanne Stevens, Gail VViltshire. Susan Hall, Margaret Halvorsen, Danny Borgen. Jim Hall. Harry Dodds, Brian Robb, Bob Hammcrl, Steve Scott., Bill Roosen, Chuek Petersen, Larry Bowman, Carol Koske. Marynan Jansen, Gloria Hoy- land. Frances Gemmill. Judi Clabaugh, Celia Close. Kathleen Christ- man, Gail Knobloeh. Third Row: Dee Dee Erickson, Beth Gassen. Pat. Orglcr, Kathleen Orescan. Ruth Ruhnow, Linda Hackbarth, Mike XVaI'neeke, Paul Syoen, John Double, Kenn Paulson, Jim Mott, Jim Perry, Buzz Burgess, Carl Colmar. Bob Berg, Fred Heclemark. Bill Elkjer, Alvin Popp, Ginny Uhlhorn, Sharon Murphy, June Richard- son, Rosemarie Meyer. Second Row: Mary Townsend, Judy Bown. Gloria Schanine. Penny Mitchell, Marty Gatts. Beverly Swanson, Gor- don Larson, Nick Rees. Dick Nickelson. Tony Thomas, John Nimmer. Bob Taggart.. Jerry Honemann, John Petersen. Bob Fernstrom. XVayne Rydbergz. Pat Harris, Judi Laughlin, Gail Streich, Barbara Gay, Dec Hager, Sally van Oostcn. First Row: Carol Wcdc, Dawn Leth. Sandra. Bjorgo, Priscilla Burgess, Gail Smith. Jill Broadwell. Linda Spratt, Lola Hamm, Brenda Rudolph, Barbara Stehman. Sandra lfleiden, Sue Knoepfle. MUSIC GROUPS - SIN AN "LEICK" IT "'l'here'S at song in my hcarlfbut will it last?" wonders sophomore l-Zola Taggert. as he tries to hold that high note a full twelve eou At the top of Arlington's scale ol' musical success were the Harmonettes, the A Cappella Choir, and the hlixed Chorus. Under the direction of Miss .lune Leick, these three vocal groups remained in the musical spotlight throughout the year. Identified hy their theme song, '5Hcllo Ex'e1'yboclyf' the Harmonettes were a group of eleven girls from the sophomore, junior, and senior classes. Their repertoire of sacred, secular, classical, and popular music lent itself to performances at local eluhs and gatherings, the Girls' Club Banquet. and the traditional eoronation of Homecoming King and Queen. The Harmonettes also participated in the activities of the A Cappella Choir. the summit of all Arlington vocal groups. Composed ol' one hundred four voices, ranging froin soprano to hass, the Choir sang in the operetta. i'No, No. Nanettef' the 'l'hanksgix'ing and Christmas Assemblies. the Christmas Concert, the XVest Suburban Mtisit' Festival, and thc Spring Concert. The eighty-two sophomores, juniors, and seniors in the Mixed Chorus participated in all the department's concerts. Third Row: Jane Brant, Don- Harmone++eS na Lee Dobbins. Laurie Riley. Norma Beisler, Second Row: Lynn Laverty. Peg- gy Cargill, Jean Conroy. Karen Prahl. First Row: Judy Miehaels. Dianne Koxyal. Linda Clemens. u Caren Potts. Ellen Wolf, Mickey Johnsoni Mixed .Cher S Fifth Row: Jayne Stumpf, Lynda Peterson Raleigh Kiek. Mel Friend. Riehard Schwarz, Wayne Serbin. Georgm Sawyer. Scott Adam. Alan Van Dyke, Bob Lockwood. Bill Sannwalcl, lim Meehan. Margaret Swanson. Kathy Miller, Nadean Weinrieh, lfaurth Iimv: Dolores Dembinski. Ann Ritchie. Judi Knelling. Nam-y Bear. Sue Tabaeik. Sue H1-nnegan. Jill Giuliani. Barbara Liljequisl. 5 lat XVeinriel1. Joy Bauer. Barb Wilson, Grace Seffens. Sallee Hirst. Kay Witter. Third Row: Caren Coken. Rita Benecletti. Joanne Metz. Diane Dailey. Judie Kohl. Karen Vork. Marcia Winkleman. Mary Smith, Judy Laseke. Judy Tallitsch. Judy Mayer. Sherry Warfs- man, Karen Brodahl. Dinah Haynes, Delores Miller, Second Row. Rosemary Wciland. Mary Hutchinson, Sandra Baker. Kathy Jonas Karen Johnson. Lorelei Byhring. Barbara Dill, Linda Learnian Barbara XVilson. Marian Glade. Virginia Bussert. Meg Gillon, Betty Kirehhoff. I-'irst Row: Sharon Hall. Joyce Parcell. Mary Kay Kunz, Carol De-Michele. Judie Fitz-Patrick. Gloria Kruse, Elizabeth Moritz Donna Schanmier, Pam Huntley, Barb Schwieger. Arlyne Grandi Hani Beirlein. L Standing: Gail Slrcich, Eugcnc Freeman. Carol Willic, Gordon Larson. Alan Hutchin- son. Tom Farrand, George Bcasluy, April Marn. Sitting: Gaylc Evanson, Diane Janssen, Charlcnc Curatti. Myra Clausing, Choraliers H MUSIC KERS ASTER ELODIES Fifth Row: Ann Carlislc, Florence Dil-trick, Sue Treble Cyr, Bonnic Poulc, Sara Muran, Bonnic Quigley. Dcbbic VValkcr. Sharon Sass, Diana Blose. Dianc Ainslie. Judy Will- cr, Lois Nelson, Judy Johnston, Pat Mahler. Maryann Schubert, Janet Cloud. Nancy Bower, Lynn Rodewald. Elainc Beier, Pat Hart- ing, Tcrry Ryan, Judy Carlson, Marilyn Kivi. Fourth Row: Lynn Simpson, Carol I-Iaegclc. Jeanne Medal. Patricia Grae-I, Nancy Mocs. Joyce Swanson, Gerry Tranker, Pat Lyons, Tina O'Day, Janet Martini, Joyce Engelking, Mary Jane Shulsc, Bc-tty Schwcigcrclt, Gay Henriksen, Judi Makinson, Sandra Peterson. Evelyn Langguth. Kathleen Bodor, Penny Pipkin. Karen WVille. Third Row: Sherrie Long, Shcrry Chimis. Carol Freisc, Karen Meyer. Steph Shccts. Kathy Day, Lois Erickson, Judy Smith, Gloriann Allison. Gail Lang. Rita Schumacher. Galc Powell, Sandy Lewis. Gracrc Bcckway. Linda Gollc, Robin Fontaine, Lillian Luba, Linda Mann, Marilyn Tracy. Pat Barkcr. Jean Ewcrt, Marylou Ghcra. Second Row: Judy John- son. Juno Schneider. Barbara Wolf, Eleanor Averill, Kathy Berg. Carol Hartwig, Delores Laz. Robin Possclt, Nancy Hoppc. Ginny Holmes. Sandra Smith, Peg Terry, Janice Palmcr, Jackie Millcr. Judy Dempeivolf, Joy Robertson, Toni Minetti, Jean Schucttc, Jane Owcn. Mary Ann Stcnborg. Sandra Lemkc. First Row: Mar- Ruth Lynn garct Latta. Cathy Hcfly, June Dcu. Julianne Zimmerman, Webster. Janice Galitz. Carol Schocnfeld. Jean Ocasek. Stadell. Donna Scharringhausen, Sharon Danes, Cyndy Long. Judy Lips. Vicki Mogrcn. 60 I Second Row: Wayne Meyer. Ken- Row: Robert McDowell, Robert Wolf, Glenn Bernard Alan Lrott Freshman Boys Chorus neth Dnugan. Clinton Bowman. fend. Ronald Friend. Lee Bradley. XVzirren Myers. Kurt Xloltnlsimp Allen XYolvin. Herbert La'I'ztllitseh. XX'illis Hendrickson. Robert Hall. Jaek Eurke. Alfred Julzi. Boh Szmyer. John Pnzan, James Zapp. Victor Rose. Ronald Richardson. First Members of Choraliers. Treble Clef, and Freshman Boys' Chorus have discovered the truth in the old adage- 'iSing and the world sings vith you." The Choraliers. a vocal group under the direction of Mr, Robert YN'oll'. has been in existence two years. These six boys and six girls. Clad in appropriate outfits. performed at many school and community functions, They represented Arlington at the Conference Dance and provided entertainment for the sophomore dance. in addition to taking part in the Oper- etta and Talent Show. Treble Clef. composed of sophomores. juniors. and seniors. was one ol' the three all-girl choral groups. The one hundred twenty-two girls combined their talents to sing at the Christmas Concert. the Christmas and the spring assemblies. and at several other recitals. Again this year the Treble Clel' members. along with other vocal or- ganizations. helped raise money for the Music Department by selling fruit cakes. candy. and chocolate topping. The Freshman Boys' Chorus. twenty-six strong, partic- ipated in the Christmas Concert. the Christmas and spring assemblies. and other school activities. under the direc- tion of Miss june Leick. The boys also helped with back- stage work during various music department productions. ,Y 5 A mW.ZlLJ!Ir1,,,I l . fx T f l X W 1 V ,, X X fx IAN WG' JW- JT Qi Q "QA i'Ql ,-, I , ,ff Q7 Qi i - I Third Row: Jeannie Gutru. Freshman Glrls Ensemble Judith Fruehling. Dotty Dotts. Nancy McComb, Diane Waterman, Janet Hasz. Glenys Rudd. Lorna Lide. Second Row: Karen Anderson, Mary Ellen Bryngelson. Lynne Hollenbeek, Sue Whiteley, Joan Trude, Ann Coey, Melanie Reck- werdt. First Row: Marie Martin, Barbara Johnson, Linda Raasch. How did the members ol' Freshman Girls' Chorus feel about music? They "LeickedH it! Yes, freshman girls at Arlington took their first step toward musical success in the Freshman Girls' Chorus. The chorus, under the direc- tion of Miss 'Iune Lcick, consisted ol two groups with a combined membership of one hundred and forty girls. The girls had opportunities to develop their singing talents bv performing in such productions as 'The Messiah," both the Winter and Spring Concerts, and in several of the assemblies. Members of the Freshman Girls' Chorus had the addi- tional opportunity to try out for the Freshman Ensemble, a comparatively new group at Arlington. Miss Leick di- rected the sixteen girls, who performed at several student assemblies and at various other functions throughout the school year. With a good beginning the girls have an excellent chance to achieve further success in Arlington music. FRESHMAN GIRLS SAY IT WITH USIC ' I Eighth Row: Carroll Westfall, Freshman Glrls Chorus Joan Wolf. Charlene Halania, Lorie Holm, Diane Creamer. Carole Toek, Sharon Palmer, Bette lane Steil, Linda Fontara, Donna Gieseke, Karen Drewes, Judy Burke. Kristin Loll, Sue Vilhiteley. Seventh Row: Dottie Thompson. Lois Wolf. Karen Reis. Joyce Faulstich, Joanne Metz. Pat Mr-Grath. Kay Savio. Karen Nelson. Phyllis Bisehof. Joyce Brunner, Carla Betts. Betsy Castle, Linda Raaseh. Ann Cot-y. Sixth Row: Shari Leaf. Judy Kessler. Bonnie McDougall. Karen Anderson. Lynne Hol- lenheek. Janet Banach. Louise Berg, Jeannie Gutru. Barbara Erick- son. Jane Swanson. LaVerne Ohrem. Marybeth Thomson, Roberta Dawson. Fifth Row: Janet Kramer, Judy Greenaere. Judy Frueh- ling, Melanie Reekxverdt, Lynda Peak, Gerry Bugielski, Ginger Bur- nett. Diane Cary, Naneie Sutherland, Nancy Owen, Margaret Sandy, Sue Miller. Becky Hunter, Carol Boseamp. Sandy Haehmeister. Bev- erlee Krateh. Fourth Row: Roberta Hawley, Mary Ellen Bryngelson. Nancy McComb. Dale Goble. Lorna Lide. Hasz. Sharon Garliseh. Marcy Beigel. Gay Marcia Joswiek, June Ostrom, Linda Close, Row: Judy Kading. Jill Robertson, Nancy Glynn Brownell, Janet Gardner, Marie Martin, Betsy Creviston. Third Lips, Annabelle Herhst. Nita Wish, Marilyn Nelson, Pat Loeehl. Sharon Smith. Florence Pal- mer, Vicky Lester, Karla Hoshor, Diane Waterman. Elinor Berg. Pat Kelley. Joan Trude. Roberta Walker. Second Row: Judy John- son. Connie Collignon, Darlene Horcher. Sandra Ballou, Jane Harris, Trila Reeves. Roberta Kalous, Carol Kasl. Jane Sr-haefer. Dawn Davis. Sharon Peery, Donna Dubs. Judy Gramit, Jeanene Lorenz. Barbara Johnson. First Row: Mary Wells, Sandy Orgler, Mary Ellen Best, Glenys Rudd. Pat Hall. Pat Jahnke, Georgia Pulley. Marilyn Klingenmaier, Loretta Comes, Lynne Tesar. Carol Clancy, Marilyn Rose. Rosemary Ruzieka. Karen Lohr, Doreen Matara, Nancy Palermo. tl I 5 N 4, Fw f w'Qf . .V- Y 90 s ...tax Girls' Club officers Dianne Kowal. Ann Wliitz-ley, :md Barb Wolf put usido their clicls for il night at thu Cllrislmas Potluck Dinner, Q CHRI TMAS COME BUT ONCE A YEAR A claim-ing muplt- puusvs to admire the silent beauty ofa winter scene Tom Jacohsvn csc-nrts Judy Johnston tliruugh tln- 1-imtrzim-v are-lm at wliivh liigliliglilod the clt-vnrzitirins all the Christmas Snow Bull. tht' Senior Snow Bull, fullmxing hor cnrrmzition us Snow Quvun. f- -'S 1 5- JN Anticipation hovers over the audience as the orchestra tuncs up before accompanying the choirs in the presentation of the "Messiah," MUSIC SGARS IN A WI TER W0 DERLAN ""l'is thc season to be jolly' as Diane Dailey, Kay Cliristman. and Penny Mitchell join in singing' an ancient yuletidc carol. 64 Christmas is a many splenclored thing. Its ingredients include everything from the ridiculous to the sublime, which, when combined, bring a feeling of warmth and happiness to all. For students at Arlington, Christmas Season 1956 began with the Inusie ClCP2tI'lIT1CI1l,S inspiring presentation of Handells Messiah. All Arlington High vocal and instrumental groups, plus eleven choirs, four soloists, and additional instrulnentalists, participated in the Christmas Conccrtithc largest program ever attempt- ed by the music department. Cliristnlas, of course, could not have been Cliristinas without a banquet and a Santa Claus. The Girls' Club fur- nished both of these necessary elements at its traditional pot luck supper. The officers and the faculty sponsor, Nliss Craig, supervised the party to which all girls, faculty women, and cafeteria staff int-rnbcrs were invited, Santa Claus, in the person of Celia Close, passed out gifts from the giant grab bag. The Harinoncttes, Linda Clemens, Lynn Stadcll, and Karen Brodahl provided the entertain- ment. The climax to AH holiday festivities came on the eve of Deccnibcr nineteenth when the Senior Class presented the Snow Ball. Highlighting the evening was the selection of Snow Queen -Indy Johnston by bandlcader Del 'Baker 'WHERE -44, "Lot it snow: lot it snuw: lul it snow." socm to be the sentiments nf thi-so four winter sports enthusiasts as tht-5' rciux by thc warmth of ai fire after il dup' uf tohoggzming during: the holidays. sea 5-fi if Q if 5 x i .3 HSIIUXX xxziy to gi-t plzivvs -f sitting: down." says junior Suu Knoopflc to supliomori- Fzlyu Tziglmcicr. as thcy gli-wftllly grvet tha' falling: snow with visions of ai lung tu-L-ki-ml ul' fun. "Wu rlun't l'ZlI'K' if thi- sun d4m'l sliinv: we iizivc nur fun in thu xxinli-i'lim0," sau st-niurs Gail Rust-nw and Huh Wik- stmin :is thvy struggle to mzuimzxin bul- zinvv on tho ii-5' 1ubn,:g:un sliflos. mf vp-M-vra5,,3i " 'v Ywrshw ,.,, ...W - 1, -4 . H1 a Ar. r 1 nn- '+R 'lv-sv..-, fsibm-..,f',Qs.-3-fs ... . Like Anna of the "King and I." Miss Frey is perplexed by a "puzzle- ment," as she tries to grade exams . , . "etcetera, etcetera, etcetera." EXAMS PUZZLE TEACHERS AN S UDE TS Twice annually the strain of exams is evident on the A .Lgqzz u AVVL 4 faces of the faculty as well as the students. The work which is involved in preparing these immense tests is lengthy and trying. Early in January of each year, the faculty members prepare the mid-term examinations, which cover all the material studied during the first four months of the school year. For the semester courses that carry one-half credit, the tests given at mid-term are equivalent to the final examinations given in other subjects at the end of the school year. After the vast amount of work necessary in the prep- aration of these examinations is completed. the work of the faculty is far from complete. The exams completed by the students must be marked and graded in time to be recorded by the I.B.1N1. machine in the office. l'Vith over one hundred examinations to grade, each teacher spends many extra etirricular hours at this time-consuming task. Jim Goodling: seems to be etnnpletely baffled hy this advanced algebra problem. hut he can be sure that Mr. Spaeapan will make it look easy. X 'ETX' Larry H. Anderson Robert Arc-hamlxault Russell R. Artis NVilliam C. Beckman Norma Ann Behrencl Doris L. Black Business Education Foreign Language Physical Education Physical Education Counseling. Science Social Science B.S. B.A. ILS.. M.S. B.S,. M.A. B.A., M,ED. NLS.. M.A. ,po-x 15 Q -au., -ga , -s., 41. .hx if? 1 , . Robert G. Bo:-sel I-'rank llohac Jo Rene Bond Mildred C. Bopp Margery Bright Norman D. llrust English Mathematics Physical Education Librarian Business Education Corc- B.A.. M.A. BS., ALE. B.S. M.A., B.S., B,L.S. BS, l3.S.. MS. -of Q-"Y Lillian Callihan S. Chalmers Betty Cohli R. JI. Conrad Martha Craig' James J. Curry Business Education Social Science English Curriculum Director Counseling Foreign Language B.E., M.B,A. B.A. B.A.. M.A. Core Physical Education B.S.. M.A. A.B.. M.A. M,A. Martin C. Dahlber Music B.M.E., M.M. 'l .,f . 4. . g Floyd Dougherty Russell Down-ll Carol J. Dutliie Flon-ncc R. Elf:-ld Richard G. Ethcrton English Mathematics Foreign Language Social Science Industrial Arts BS., M,E. B.A.. M.A. BA. B.A., M.A. B.S. 67 I.- , W 1 Righlvr S. Farris Hazi-l M. l"anlkn4'r Clan-ncv Fein-reiscl Edward Fischer Jane Frey Merrill D. Fronvy Srionvc Businoss Eduvalion Core Art English Scicnru B.S. IES.. M.A. l3.S. l3,A.1'l,. lVl.A.li, M.A, B.S. Donald ill. Fyfi- XYilliam Gallagflu-r Roland R. Goins XVullacv Grace John XV. Griffith L4-otta Hampton English Art Srienro Athlotic Dire:-tor Industrial Arts Counseling AB.. MA. B,A.E. B.S.. M.S. MS.. A.B. RS., M.S. Social Sc-ions-c BS. Mary S. Handlin Donald J, Hruby Dolnros Hudson Ivah T. Hufnagvl ii. C. Hnghvs H. E. llusa Cafeteria Director Svicnvc' Foreign Language Health SL-rvice Director Physical Education Counseling: B.S. BS., M.S. B.S.. M.A. R,N.. B.S. ILS. Mathoiiiativs B,S.E., M.A. Larry Jenni-ss Patricia Jensen Ki Ki Katsunlis Maurice G. Kellogg Roh:-rt C. Kcmma.. Helen KC1mHII'Pl1' English Muthcinutic-s Foreign Languagi Sc-ionco Svienc-rl English BA., M.A. B.A. l3.S.. M.A. iE.S,. M,S. B.A,. M.A. BS, 68 .ps 105. IU' an tv. - 'P .A Richard li. liinnm-nlnn Mnnrife Klutz Alvin L. Knlil-kr' Curtis R, Lzirsvn Gvurgv Larson Sciencc- Soi-iul Sn-icnvv Science Industrial Arts Mzltliomativs BS.. KLA. l5.A,. BLA. SB.. M.A. BS.. 31.12. US., M.E. 'Rf Nov 59' l'ntril'i:i Lvun Alma L1-unlmrd Foro English B..-X. l3.A., NIA. Jack NY. Hnriin xvillilllh D. McKillip English Matlivxmxlivs BS. BS. fx il, it-'ln vb 'fd' ,,.... 7..- -Innv Lvick Music' lili.. BLA. llowurd J. Lesh-r llnviil Lindemunn Chad ll. Lindnl-r Pliysivul Ediivziiiun Mzillioinzilivs Cure Svionco BS. HS. BLS. .ff Q.,-5 A4 Q99 Jani- Mzihin Form HA.. M.A. Rodvrick C. 1ICLOIlllllll Letzx Mvilillin Roy D. Mi-iller Charles -I. Miller lXI3tl'iOliiiltiC'S Business Edumlion Scim-nw Industrial Arts B..-X.. MA, M.A. B.S., BLS. B.S. if ,psf 5' Sally L. Jluntgunu-ry Irenr- K. Moultnn Richard Jlllclge Richard J. Nlnvllvr Douglas K. Murphy Furl L. Nelson Core Business Education Physical Educ-ation Core English Counseling B.S. B.S. B.S., MS. B.A. HA.. DLA, Science Hs.. M.A. 69 N. H. Niulsvn E. Elliott Ormsbee l'ldward Paulus Merritt A. Paxton Carolyn Curiv Pvck Halcyon Putvrs Foroign Language Businoss Education Industrial Arts Scicncu Spoof-h Correrlionist Social Scienrv A.B,, A.M. l3.S,, M.S. B.S..M.A. l2.A. A.B. B.A. Morris J. Pumphrey A. D. Rn-vu-s M. Ethel Riordun Donald R. Roberts Doral Rose John Rowe Scienvs- Industrial Arts Porsonai and Scion:-v Physical Education Mathematics B.S. BS., M.S. Sorial Counseling B.A., M.A. B,S, BS., M.A. BHP., M.S.XV. Ku., L. E. Schuirer Kenneth Schnllvr Dorothy M. Scharf Fredrick C. Schmnya-r Robert N. Scott Arthur S4-rfling Agriculture Corc Home Evonoinics Music' Physical Education Counseling B.S. AB. B.A, B.A., M.M,E. B.A. Science M.A. ur ,Cm-ff Thomas YV. Shirley Ronald A. Sims Alfred H. Snap Edward Spacapan Vornou ld. Stahnkz- Beatrice Steccu Mathematics English English Mathematics Industrial Arts Home Economics B.S., M.S. B.S,, M.A. B.A.. M.A, BS.. M.S. B.S., M.S. AB., M.A. 70 II. Bm-vc-rly Sivwzxrt Counsvling English M.A. 3 -of fr" Ifffm ' . . ' J' f Q .1 . 'ga' A In ' '-ng. .. , F T an 1 V .lnhn Strung.: Pursonul zlncl Sovizxl Cnunsn-ling ILS.. M. SAX' -I1-nnlw D. Trout Core FLA., M.A. Donna Timm -lannm-s F. l'lrim'h Lihrnrinn 11Zllht'IT1illll'S BS. BA.. M.A. -1 SJ A. A. l'mb4-rg: Mzltlu-xmxlics BS. Ti Q3 -uf L -CS' Curl T. l'th Dorman Marin- Ynlz lirunu W. Wlmrzx Yirtoriu XV:xll4-r Mau-,151-ry NY:u'fi4-ld K. We-isenburgnr 1XIz1llu-nlutlcs Form-ign Lzxnguzxgo ljusinn-ss Educ-zltlon Homo Evnnmnivs English Pl1ysic'z1l Education HS., MA. MA., B.A. Soviul Sviom-Q BS. BA. BS.. MA, .-XA.. HS., BLA. G? X YV. D, YYhitesidP Elaillo N'ias4-n llnrthx-an XVulf Counseling Physical Ecluuzltion English Mntl10muLiL's B.S. A.M. B.S.. MS. Robert D. Wulf! Joy Zwm-i,2:l1-r Music English Two fortunate faculty membm-rs, Miss Katsoulis und Mr. Kc-mm'm ABM MVM- 13.5. find u mmm-nt to rulzxx uncl hrp-ak thc- strain ol' classroom schudulm 'Q 'l'hird Row: Linda Rausch. Faith Samson. Judy Willvr. Pam Win-kons. Bonnie Quigley, Nancy Wichmun, Donna Siomro, Margaret Swanson. Second Row: Sylvia Pfeffur, Linda Hackburili, Fu'I'ure Teachers of America PREP RI GFOR ' Third Row: Janice Palmer. Fu+ure Nurses of Amerlca Diane Koci-ja. Cora Suv Gold- nn. Jain Dunlap. Sally Hudson. Mario Grandi. Second Row: Diario Blose. Lynn Rodewald. Lydia Schwarz. Lorrziini- Tonn, Bonnie wav' , ' i 2l ,Ii ',ia mm 1 x Gail Knoblovh. Ruth Hoehn. Gail Smith, Connie Raasch. First Row: Suzunn Russell, Audrey Gronert. Judy Lips. Judie Kohl, Linda Mann. Mug Gillon, Nancy Knox. MODERN AMERICA Karen Wille. Bonnie Lippke. First Row: Linda Lockwood, Deanna Wzirejckax. Georgia Barnes, Num-y Mn-cs. Beth Gassen, Trilla Ann Reeves. 'mi . U A t ., , i i .-M I. 6 , W '. we , .pu f X E i I , i ' Fourth Row: Jint Addy. Bob Roosen. Vietor Llbrary Rose. llill Richter. Riehartl Robinson, Greg.: XYag- ner, Paula XX'eit:el. Sally Moore. Judy Stark. 'I'liird Row: Naney Mees. Linda Baltr. Pat Sc-lint-itler. Dorene Markus. Mary Katlirein. Barbara l52lfit'l", Gay Iienrieksen. Linda Tininierinan. Sanrlra Mellon- Interest in professional vocations this past year was stimulated by three organizations. the F.'l'.A., the FN.,-X.. and the Library Club. Presiding over Arlington's fountain of knowledge were the sixty-five members of the Library Club. Serving as student assistants, cluh menihers were required to work in the lihrary two or more periods a week. In addition to aiding the librarians, eluh nielnhers helped develop student interest in library books. iinproye service in the lihrary. and giye students the opportunity to learn library pro- cedure. Chosen as officers were Greg Vlagner. Ann Car- lisle. Nancy Met-s. Rohin Posselt. and Nancy Heiinsotli. Future Nurses Association interested niany in nursing and the allied medical fields through programs, field trips. and projects. Elected as officers were lieth Gassen. Lydia Schwartz. Karen W'ille, Barbara Siech. Sally Hodson. and Lynn Rodewald. lVhen the Future 'l'eaehers Association niet under the sponsorship of Nfiss Frey. the officers Judy Kohl, Linda Bfann, and Judy Lips conducted discussion groups in which members, planning for their professional futures, investi- gated fields of teaching and listened to guest speakers. ald. Miss Bopp. Set-mul Row: Carol Byeroft. Pliyliss Reieliartl, Pat Luntistetlt. Dinah Haynes. Naney Haskins. Nancy Heinisolh. Jan May. Arlene Kelley. Naney Sehultz. l-'irst lion: Judie Hayrattek. Arlyne Grancll, Robin Posselt. .Xnn tA:iI'li:,Ie. Melissa Sniitli, .loan Pt-tierson. Rnnna Pant-lt, "Il 'knowledge is uealtli' I should he a niillionairef' says senior Mary Ann Fabian who spends extra hours working in the library. 3 3 1 i A 73 I Fourth Row: Mr. Gallager. Bruce McConnell. Daubers Third Row: Grayee Beekway, Carol Manta. Lin- da Haekbarth, Pam Wiekens. Carol Baumann, Gale Powell, Marcia Winltelman, lvlilte Gilmore. Set-ond Row: Roberta Hatvley, Carol .... Mike Gilmore. Jim Petrie. Mike LaRue, Mr. Camera Flthertun. Andrew Sim, .lt-rry Sinclair. 74 Hartxvig, Lillian Luba. Ginny Sotvinski, Ginny Holmes, Beverly Mat-da. Janice Palmer. First Row: Mickey Johnson. Mari lbbotson, Karen Wille, Glynn Brownell, Ann Schumacher, Betty Christman. Students who enjoy and appreciate art were given an opportunity to join the Daubers' Club, which offered its members information and demonstrations on various art skills. During the year the Daubers sponsored several classic movies, open to the entire student body, and an all-school art show which gave students a chance to dis- play their handiwork. Officers Linda Haekbarth, Betty Christman, Pam YVickens, and Virginia Sowinski headed the Club, which was sponsored by Mr. Fischer. Dealing with pictures of a different type, but employ- ing artistic principles, the Camera Club began its activity in the early fall. photographing construction work in the new unit. Aiming to teach members to develop, print. and enlarge photographs and to give them opportunities to use elaborate equipment. the Camera Club planned special demonstrations for meetings and operated its own dark- room. President Andrew Sim and sponsors Mr. Mueller and Mr. Etherton led the club in carrying out the projects. ' Second Row: Jill Giuliani, Dee Hager, Jim Chemistry Knopp. Bob Berg, Eldon Kreider. Bruce Bolas. John Staples. Jeff Hanor, Keith Sims. Gary Young, Bob Sehroeder, Mr. Mt-iller, Roy Kim, Don Henry. First Row: Kathleen Oresean. Carol Kueharik. David Starnes, Lee Watson, RCH 0F CHEMICA S CAMERAS COLOR "Lights, camera. actionin As far as the Audio-Visual Club was concerned, these three words meant learning to operate and care for slide projectors, motion picture pro- jectors, record players, and tape recorders. Leading the club in service at school and classroom functions were president Bob Eaton, Vice president Rod Roeske, secre- tary Donald Brohm, and adviser Nlr. Nliller. The minor explosions occasionally heard after school could be attributed to the Chemistry Club. Unusual ex- periments and demonstrations performed by club members often provided the program for club meetings, in addition to special events, such as guest speakers and field trips to industries dealing with chemicals. The club was under the direction of Mr. Meiller. adviser: Lee Watson, presidentg Gary Young, veep: and jim Knopp, secretary-treasurer, ' ' Fourth Row: John Staples, Don Drum- Aud'o'V'suaI Club tra. Third iam: Mr. Miner, Alan Pun-is, Bill O'B1-len, Roger Uhlhorn. Clinton Bowman, Kenneth Dit-ball, Second Row: Lee Bradley. Edward Wahl, John Kruk, Ed Rosen- blatt, Gary McConnell, First Row: Ray Kemman, Rodman Roeske. Donald Brohm, Alfred Jutzi. Elechonics Third Row: Lynn Stolley, Alan Purvis. Bruee LaVt-au, Richard Robinson. Bruee Bolzis. Second Row: Alfred Jutzi. Roger Uhlhorn. John I-Iipp. Perry Sundeen. Don Drumtra. First linw: Herb Grams, Wally Myers, John Staples, Jim Sherwood. Mr. Griffith. 76 Third Row: Mr. Shirley, 2Mr. McKillip. Second Ma+h Row: James Magnuson. Keith Sims, John Staples. .It-fl' 1-Izmnr, James Sehultz. Bill Deering. First Row: Bruce Bolas, Sherrell Reed, Lee Watson, Gary Young. PARKI G MI DS HThe mathematician has reached the highest rung on the ladder of human thought," said an unknown author. For those students at Arlington striving to reach this high peak in math and engineering, the Math Club gave op- portunity lor higher learning. Sponsored hy Mr, Shirley and Mr. McKillip, the Club was organized to cover un- usual math problems and to study calculus, different num- ber systems, and the history of mathematics. The ,56-'57 officers, Gary Young, Lee Watson, and Sherrell Reed, were chosen early in the fall. Mathematics proves helpful in many fields, one of which is electronics. This year the Electronics Club was reactivated after a lapse of five years. hlajor pur- poses of the organization were working to obtain a nhamn license to he an amateur radio operator and working with electronic test instruments for radio and television. The officers were John Staples, prrsidentg Wally Myers, vice presidentg and .lim Sherwood, secretary-treasurer. F l H WI TER PURTS S AS 1956-57 5 x 'Ni . ,- '-'gs Along with 1110 1vi1111. s111111'. 111111 1-11111 NX'1I11l'l' 111-111111-1 1'111111- A1'1i11gt1111,s NV1I111'I' Sports l11'11g'1'11111 -11118111-t111111. Xk'1'l'9- tliug. 211111 g1'111r111sti1's. F11111-3' 111111 111111111i11g. 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Vi1'1111'ic111s 11111. w1-1'1- 1X1'1i11g11111's 1'11g1-1111-11. 111111-1111 1111- way 1111111 1111 st111111i11g 1'111'aity 1111- 111 1111- "F1'11s11 151, sq11a11fp1'111'i111-1 1-x1-i11-1111-111 111-111-1' t11111- 1'111'g111t1-11 111' C11l'1'1'1I1g st11111-nts. With the precision of a French minuet, Dave Curtis and Avery Smith reach for the ball as Lynn Schaller awaits the change of partners. fX - K ,ffl M A, gl .1 Q kg! 7 of .x fu Q I 78 Bob Wolf follows through on the first frame of what he hopes will be a 300 game to raise the team average during the winter intramurals, THERE IS A SPORT Including football, bowling, and basketball, the boys' intramural program, under the direction of Mr, Donald Fyfe, gave those students not involved in school sports a chance to participate in some kind of organized activity. Continuing from the second week of school until the latter part of October, football intramurals were held on the football practice fields every Tuesday and Thursday after school. The bowling and basketball intramural programs ran concurrently from November to March. The keglcrs, about thirty-five strong, bowled every Monday after school at Beverly Lanes in Arlington Heights under the auspices of Tom Cors. The six intramural basketball squads, each composed of six boys, played two nights a week in the girls' gym. The winning squads were recognized through awards. Sore niuseles are often the result of G.R.A. modern danee eourses, yet t nmhoclx 1' ot to put tht dime n sus lunmr Susan B11 to freshmen Dotty llolts and Phyllis Bisehol przic-liee with enthusiasm. Difim Blost who ls unfmlt to irnust har rtlurtint stud to iction FUR E ERY DE IRE An added interest for Arlington girls this year was the Girls' Recreational Association. Sponsored by Miss Rose and Klrs. lVissen. G.R.A. members chose Ann Brown. president: Linda Huckbarth, vice president: Pain lViekens, secretary: Ellen lVolf. treasurer: and Linda 'IilIIlIllCl'II'lZlIl, intramural cliairnian. The intraniural sports offered to the girls were di- vided into five different Hsports seasons." The fall season included field hockey and tennis, and the two winter seasons offered modern dance, bowling, leaders' class, basketball, stunts and tumbling, and recreational games such as badminton. shuffle-board. and table tennis. Volleyball, bowling. modern dance. softball, archery, and golf were included in the two spring sports seasons. G.R.A. officers. Ann Brown. Pam Wiekens istandingl, Linda Tim- merman, Linda Haekbarth, Ellen Wolf tseatedl. headed girls' sports. Ushers' Third Row: Doug Steirmralmer. Jerr5 Klemunt. Ed Gilmore. Bog Czlgann. Ray liurfiend. Tom Kennieott. .lim Hoffmann. N1-emirl Row: Page Middleton. Mike Shannon. Dick Haxxkley. Diek Nil-ki-lsun. Al Langos, Bob 'l'ag.:garL. 1-'rank Colle. First Row: Al Johnson, Roger Rosen:-. Richard Schwarz. Ron Jonas. Don DeNapoli. Javk Palmer. John Taylor, A Fifth Row: Richard Koopman. Bill Palmer. Bob Creviston. Jim Peery, Bob Lockwood. Jack Weber. Tom Grey. Tom Kvnnicott, Denny Thill. Ralph Willa. Fourth Row: Bruvi- Robb. Richard Fischer. Jeff Hanor, Ron Marks. Dick Nicks-lsen. Kent Kurtz. John An- derson. Thurston Brown, Carl Klehrn, Third Row: Jerry Kouzmanoff. Howie Berg. Greg Rose. Frank Embrey, Kenneth Courtcr. Bob Taggart, Pal Brownell. Tom Jacobsen. Stan Norman, Ed- ward Meinken, Sc-cond Row: Jim Dresmal. Les Vaughan. Ralph Carlino. Edward Wilson. Robert Cagann. Bob Mors, Donny Zapp. lid Schumacher, Dave Buren. Donald Gerken. James Kouzmanoff. First Row: Patrick Harris. Jerry Bonn. Jim Mott, Ray Horcher. Dean Skadherg. Dan Vittum. Jim Hoffmann. Ron Shoemake. Ted Geocaris. Alan Hutchinson. Roger Farleigh. Donald Stadelman. 80 3 V'S TO ICTCRY Providing the vim, vigor. and vitality which lead to victory was the aim of three "spirited,' organizations - Pep Club, A Club, and Ushers' Club. The '57 Pep Club was behind the teams at every game, helping the cheerleaders with organized cheers. An organized card routine was a new twist added to pep see- tion cheering by Pep Club officers Judi Laughlin, Judy Fitz-Patrick, and Judy Keppen. One of the largest clubs in the school, Pep Club had four sponsors: Nliss lVeisen- berger, Miss Katsoulis, Miss Jensen, and Mr. Utnberger. Also seen in the Cardinal cheering section were the lettermen of the A Club. When not participating in a sport, these major letter winners promoted spirit among Cardinal fans. Dan Vittum, Jim Hoffmann. Dean Skad- berg, and Ed Meinken directed the club. which was spon- sored by Mr. Hughes. Manning the ropes at all home football and basketball games, Ushers' Club members admitted spectators, kept or- der, and encouraged good sportsmanship. Officers Ron Jo- nas, president, Don Dt-Napoli, veepg and Gene Straus. see- retary-treasurer, led the club with the help of Mr. Waara. :zt- 35' 435' X C3 ., .X O. ,A . KX f, my-.S First ladies of pep Judy Kc-ppt-n. Judi Laughlin. and Judie Fitz Patrick prefer front seats at Card hall games to any inaugural ball The score rises. and so do pep elubbers. watching the Cards chalk up another gf point in the exeiting La Grange game. 8I I ,f I r '- 6-'57 CO RT CRE Team spirit, plenty of height, powerful rebounding, and good, fast play added up to Arlington's most success- ful basketball season since entering WSC competition. Led by Coach Lester, Arlington's varsity cagers com- piled an ll-9 scason's record prior to the regionals and were 7-7 in WSC play, the Cards also defeated Wheaton und Niles to capture the Christmas Holiday Tourney at Leyden. The starting five for Coach Lester's court crew were center Bill Palmer, forwards Captain Tom Jacobsen and Bob Lockwood, guards .lack Weber and Bruce Bjorklund. Coach Frank Bohac, in his first year as frosh-soph basketball mentor, guided the young Cards to an impres- sive 16-5 scason's record and a 10-4 showing in VVSC. Spearheading the frosh-soph attack were the high scoring guards Lee Magnuson and Dave Varnado, center Ed Whitelaw, and forwards Don Gerken and Pat Cortcen. ln an effort to allow more boys to participate, fresh- man basketball was again divided into ','A" and HB" squads, led by Coach Schaller and Coach Anderson. the ball." "Gee. fellas, who stole the ball?" "Oh! I sec the balll' ros Basketball Ron Hosck 'Wild hxsh D k Pissnioit Iod Chuck lghelun. Phll.Gustzx1'son. lfiirst Row: Don Averill, Dave Pal- Ctrvtnkt Jim ktnntdi Dtnnis Hunt Anthom Stixros Pon Lhxlst .ut-r. Ken Dougzin, Frank Eztton, Alan Grotefencl. Bill Kalouttis. llmd Ron Coith Sehilltr Rn ltbortk 3-Lrit-gel Ctrl Massa Bruce Flehte Ricky Johnston, Gene Dahlquist l A Roger Hnentzgi. John Beekman, Bull Sponier, Bob Leekley, Bill Lips, dtrson Nicond Run bob Inman Miki Dundi Ctorgc lurk Din Bruce Law, Paul MeNurlen.To1n Clark. "VVl1o's got the ball?" "Oh! He's got the ball!" "N01"' "Wel1he had U 1 5 Fill! llnlll i 5 Fair! 1 4 . ,D f'N"X QQ v C ' Serond Row: Varslfy Baske+ball Ed Gilman,- Bruee Bjorklund, Pal Brownell. Dun Vittum, Alan Hutchinson, Toni Grey. Denny Thill. First Row: Jim Mull Uilanagc-rl, John Anderson. Jerry Kle- ment, Jack Weber, Bob Loc-kwood. Tom Jacobsen, Bill Palmer. Bob Mors. Frosh-Soph Baskemiball Third Row: Roger Rosonc- lManu- gerl, Don Gerken, Dave Soonkson, Bob Barbour, Pat Corlccn. L00 Mug- nuson. John Boehner fwlanagcrh. Jerry Kouzmanoff. Coen-h Boheme. See- nnd Row: Roy Garr. Ed NVhiLcImx'. Mike VVarne-cke. Jon Benrud. Bob Bennett, Mike Tiernew. First Row: Keith Butterfield, AI Sander. Dave Vnrnado, Dan Raupp. John Double. iii lll ar li S f ii fs - o ie O- .X X! Third Row: Coach Mudge. C l ai r e n C e Trausch, James Clark. George Carlson, Grey.: Rose, Dean Schneek. Tom Thaekery, Tom Kennieott, Warren Phillips CManagerJ. Second Row: Charles Elsie fManay:erl, Ed Schumacher, Ernesto Rodriguez, Richard Leekband, Denny Zapp, Dave Buren, Lee Askelof, Don Plank, Scott Adam flilanagerr. First lluw: John Amann, Les Vaughan. Dave Schreiber. Patriek Harris Ralph Carlino. Jerry Bonn. George Steil. Varsity Wrestling PI OR BE PINNED Arlingtonls 1956-57 varsity wrestlers won the sectional tournament for the first time in the school,s history when they defeated Elgin and fourteen other highly ranked schools. The grapplers who delivered the winning blows lor Coach Richard MllClgC,S squad were first place winners. .Ierry Bonn, Captain Pat Harris, and Dean Schneckg run- ners-up. Co-captain Ralph Carlino and Ed Schnmaeherg third place winner. George Steilg and fourth. Phil Deming. Fourth Row: John Lopata CMana- gerl. Hal Lux. John 'Vorri-ns. Jim Traver. Jeff Heintz. Gerry Stnphlel., Lew Von Almen. Frank Wood- ruff. Larry Leeper, Richard Haworth. John Lussow. George Dpsahl flVIanag.:erJ. Third Row: Ed Glaeser tManagerJ. Dwight Pate. George Luedke. Wally Borman, Paul Clark. Charles Neumann. Efl Gerrard. Bob Sbarbaro. John Link, George lireusl, Vinee Hartle. Frosh-Soph Wrestling tx Crippling injuries and an extremely tough schedule held Coach Nludgc's grapplers to a third place in WSC standings and a 5-6 record in dual meets. But with five of the six sectional winners returning next year, there seems to be a hright outlook for wrestling at Arlington. Bolstering this optimistic View was Coach hlaurice Kelloggis frosh-soph squad. Despite losing several start- ers to varsity positions. the squad compiled a 7-5 record. Terry Harris. Jerry Olson Cvlanagerl. Second Row: Bill Andrew. Sherman Bucher, Ralph Gould. Clyde Hertlein. Roy Klehm. Fred Fischer. Richard lluenn. Bob Hacker. VVilliam Harrington. Mike Kauffman. Dale Rothenberger. Ray Kemman, First Row: John Cochran. Dave Ehert. Dale Hedberg. John Hawkins. Dennis St-hneek, Manuel Ramirez. Allen Ullriek. Donald Getts. Leon VVintz. Richard Peeke. John Crellin, Jim Sllnkard. Coach Kellogg. ME , MA S, MEETS After a successful 1955-1956 season in which they finished second in the state to New Trier, thc 1956-57 varsity gymnastics team had to concentrate on building ri winner. Only two letterlnen remained on the squad, which had lost the hulk of its downstatc team, Letternien liruce Robb and Tom Seward were the key men in Coach Gay Hughes' hope of retaining the form of the 195-1-55 State Champs and the 1956 runners-up. During the year the varsity won two matches and lost seven but were hampered by constant injury and sick- ness. usually occurring to their key men. While the varsity won just two meets, the newly- formed frosh-soph gymnastics team started their first year competition with an impressive 5-O record, Coached by Mr. Righter Farris, the luture varsity showed promise of a prof- itable future by beating four teams and squeaking by York by one point to end their very successliul first season. ' ' Standing: Edward Schumacher tMana- Varsliiy Gymnasiilcs germ, Bill Lippke. Marty Green. Coaeh Hughes. Kneeling: Ed Wilson. Gary Moreland. Ed Kelley. On Floor: Bruce Robb. Bob Carman, Ed Wolf, Thomas Seward. N ,. . ' Fifth Row: Tom Landmeier, Steve Frosihsoph Gymnashcs scott. Mike Lyons. Mike Lambert. Fourth Row: Roland Kehe. John Laeina, Bob Sehoepke. Third Row: Kon Moudry, Gary Harting, Terry Loveless. John Henning, Bob Dot-rr. Nt-ctmd Row: Bill Hankley. Ralph Westberg. Don Sloneeker, Art Tews. Coach Farris. First Row: Richard Anderson, Gordon Newcomb, Tom Geocaris, Dc-nnis Niemzinn. 85 ,, Don Plank President Wayne Rydbe-rx: Vice President Steph Empkie Recording Secretary Joan Anderson Treasurer Judy Johnston Corresponding Secretary Jeff llanor Traffic Court Judge "The Council's work is never done," seems to be the slogan of those who have served as members of this year's Student Council. Along with the Talent Show and Home- coming, some of the bigger projects of the Council have been College Night, the Sock Hop, and Brotherhood Week. Representatives from colleges in Illinois and sur- rounding states were engaged by the Council for College Night. From them juniors and seniors received advice and information about advanced education. The Student Council shouldcred another responsibility this year in deciding to sponsor the annual Sock Hop. Couples looked as if they were straight from the East Coast as they sported Ivy League fashions. One of the newest and most successful projects un- dertaken was an exchange program with Dunbar Voca- tional High School in Chicago. Dunbar, an all Negro school, sent six representatives to visit Arlington during Brotherhood Y'Veek. The following day six Arlington stu- dents were guests of Dunbar High School. The Council also sponsored an assembly during Brotherhood Week, in which Mr. Ted Cobb, a Negro, spoke to the student body. A year-long project for the Council was the operation of the Traffic Court. Students who had violated one or more of the rules in Arlington's traffic code were required to appear before the Traffic Court eighth hour. Here, Chief Justice Jeff Hanor, along with the four judges, and the student clerks and attorneys, listened to the eases being tried and decided upon the fine or sentence. ' Second Row: Mr. Beckman, Robert Siegel, Sher- Traffic Court reli Reed. John Miller. First Row: Marynan Jansen. Warren Smith, Jeff Hanor, Mike Shannon. 4. it " V. yum . :mf .f fs. fi' Q v ' lfuurth Rmr: Mika- Jonson. Eldon Kroidvr. XYl1ill-Ivy. in-1-mul Row: Barb Wulf, Toni Mlm-Ili, Cnrol Willis. .lum- S+uden+ Councll .Il1lll!hIllli'!'.LHI'l'j WL-lxln-r. John Pm-lersn-11. llolluxxzly, Pzxlrll-in Km-llm-51 llizinv Hmmm, Ann Broun, Chzlrll-no liruco Fivlltc-, Jim Kennedy. I-'rn-ci Huh-murk, Bula Inmzm, Holm Curulli. CL-liz1L'lose, First Row: l2dXYl1lu-lzlxx, Tom .Izu-uhxQ11. Alun 'l'z1f.:gart. Third Row: Rivl1z1rdJulms1on. Hill Ilugxzm-, Ibn- Crm-gory. HlllL'llll1SIDll. .In-ff Hzmor. Juan Andl-rsrm, Don Plank. Slfdllhillllil Donny Zapp. Dun Alum-r. Hub Dznrlmur, John Anrlvrson, Jim Furry. Elmlklv. NVzxyr1vRyf1lilfrg. Judy Jrxlmslon. Kris Millar. Dun Viltum. Ilvzm Slszulhslrg, Drum- Ejcxrkluncl, Ann Wllilvluy. Suu E DLESS WORK CUNFRGNTS THE CCUNCIL Arlington says "Hello" lo llunhiir l-xr-lmngv students on tha-ir lrrivzll :xl AH for p:u'lim'ipali11n in lirrwllwrlirmlxcl XVULHR zivlivilim-s. Q,--N Sitting on top of the world. student direetor Boll Lenz Views talent show rehearsal with eo-eliairmen Steph limpkit- :incl Ann Whitelex. An net of J. R. Buckingham's lavish production closes "Million Dollar Follies" with the proclamation "The best things in life are free." ROLLI GI DOUGH "Million Dollar Follies" took roughly a million hours of work. for work began when the plot and theme were selected in the summer of 1956. Following the trend start- ed with the 1956 talent show, 'iNavy Bluesf' the directors gave 'lMillion Dollar Follies" a definite plot corresponding with and uniting the separate acts. The script was written in the fall, and tryouts for speaking parts and acts were held in early November. Throughout the December and January rehearsals, thc show gradually took shape under the supervision of Bob Lenz, student director. Steph Empkie and Ann White- ley, co-chairmen, and faculty advisors Mr. Chad Lindner and Miss Martha Craig. In addition to numerous details which had to be arranged, there were tasks of selecting music. designing the set, painting scenery, and wo1'king out audio and visual problems which had to be solved before the directors could "get the show on the road." When opening night came, the audience filled the girls' gym to pass the verdict on the result of months of effort. Chuck Peterson, a Broadway big shot R, Buck- ingham and Linda Clemens as his efficient and surpris- ing secretary, with the help of a large supporting cast, played the character parts which helped to combine the various song. dance, and instrumental numbers and the four class skits into a unified, musical production. 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Robert Fmsr Q!i.5S?4'-Y' . .f:5:2!9f!El5ibI'F5:'3i+5.': WFM .. w fkHWJ" XYlu-ri April si'iowi-rs riimv this way, four study- wiirn girls zihzimiunccl their hooks and their slums fur ai frivolous uflcrnoun of pudcilt--jumping, ring "bn, 3 Q .,,. . if-'PI - Officers Karen Baker. Rich Leckband. John Peterson. Judie Fitz-Pat- rick, and Nancy Wichman steer class of '58 through the junior year, ' standing-: Mr, Nelson, John Peterson. Judie Fitz- Junlor Board Patrick. Nancy NVichman, Karen Baker. Third Row: Mrs. Belirencl, Brenda Rudolph. Sarajane Terbell. Carol Vi'ede. Buzz Burgess. Doug Steingraber. Second Row: Nancy Heinisoth. Cyn- :ly Long. Gerry Sieben. Barb Gay, Sandy Powell. Linda Clemens. Diane Kelly, Tom Farrand. First Row: Betsy Zimmerman. Scott Adam. Roger Meyer. Gloria Kruse. Norma Beisler. rr. - "". ' 1W'ffw3'+3T-'-3-""f" - I . ,N vm il .. 1"'5i"!lnvunQsnn 24"Xlr.tzn1uugg,,1' W A-units, fwrrun-.'L":,':',: g.'f'f"""lsunmu .31-.m! alQ g5d?nnnnq .A it fx-'uni fires' ,A .- 2 . i 'fic ' Flilillh ' W' ,, asa..-...-rj fs-, multi! ,QQ Sl t wanna- 1 1 151i 7 jR.PRONlPREVAUg Suddenly it was spring--and the junior year was al- inost over. The Prom. a long-awaited event. was just around the corner. This night to rcnicniber cliinaxed the year's activities for thc junior class. 'Vurning back the calendar to early fall. one could find juniors busy planning thc first dance of the year -- the Kick-off Dance. During football season juniors hawked popcorn and sold hotdogs in addition to operating booths and selling candy. cocoa. coffee. and coke, The object of all tlns: money for the pronil An election theme urging yotcrs to cast their ballots for "A" victory took third place among the Homecoming floats. Three junior hoineroonis combined their talents to produce this winning float. Basketball season arrived, and sports followers again saw juniors in the stands and behind the counter selling popcorn. candy. and cokcs, while fellow classmates fol- lowed the cheers of junior cheerleaders Marty Gatts and Vicki Nlogren, The coke dance following the C-lenbard game was another concession which added to the growing junior treasury. It was the talent show. however. in which the juniors really shone, The class skit. a take-off on the Chez Parce, won first place-the third consecutive year that the class of '58 accomplished this feat. Piloting the class through a soiuetiines hectic yet always eycntful year were the junior class officers: presi- dent. john Petersong rice president. -Iudic Fitz-Patricia: secretary. Karen liakerg and treasurer. Nancy Wichnian. s wages V C, f ' ff' K " , jjj. sf? fi i s giii, fag, so ' in " Q 4 1 rm K 55542 Q , ,sk W if lp, .... ...- ' 1. l Q ' ' t .c V . Q fgff'-il R 4 J N 'K N. N, K VA I ,sl K -Lg f1kq,sX,,. zgfvagfy, 1 ,fxmfg .. -' t , , l - W. ' ,, . .V m 4:41, ,YM K Lf, , ' f Ni --, .-e',,- -, w -'hu'-, jp' elif-1 J- 11 1 t 't -A af' cf. f FEA Q L I 1,4 fm. ff' ..A " 'at M W tv t . ' -YG .fi V -' . it q 1 Mr , tsiiinfkfivt ,exmgtait-. -- f-:fri EMT.: .nn HBH' . . .jf ft-Sw? f 5 P 'f' Wi J it Joy and znnlivipzilimx un- rvi'lvc'ic-ri in lin- incl- of junior Judy Iloxxn Linda Hzu'kha1'lh and Tom FZll'I'2lI1L1 have "rung" up an HA" for El is Shu piculrus hm-rsn-li' in lufr nm-xx spring furniui ut Liu- Juniur Prom. rcuiistic' aippruum-h to ri-aiding Our Town required for all juniors. Nightvluh CI'IlL'I'lZ1il'!Il'lOY1I is cnzwtcd by Chez Chee chorus and Laurie Riley. who croons "Bc a beggar, hu u thief." O V llnl0l' f "N . f- 1. . , Q . .-' . -' K " Q5 e . A ... f . 'LH . f Q, ik . ' ' T Q 1, J R.. ' ra, - It ' ., 2 ' " 'T' . A 'RNS' A A 1 , y ' " First Row: Svott Adam. Gloriann Alli- , A, l I N. , V ' gy 'X 25 Q 4 i L son, Sheila Altvatter, John Amann, " 'aah fj5'5"1 A ' V ex John Andersen, Lars Andersen, Bob Anderson, Carol June Anderson. ' 36.4.4 . A ,all l V V ,- . Second Row: John Anderson. Pete An- af "' ,Q -' X E, ' jf 'kg - -Q derson. Phyllis Anderson, Pat Angeloff, .V V . ' . . ', S V ' WL 'H Lee Askeloi. Linda Bahr. Jack Baker. , , VV 1 K ' , 1 . VV ' , 9 Karen Baker. ' X 5235 3 ' , X- A -55 7' mfg,- ., , V 7 V A SV 1 ' Q - 1 f k 'S Third now: Sandy Baker, susan Ban, f ' V - 'J' 'Tr' ' Y A uf 3 , ,, , Janice Barnhill, Eugene Bauer. Joy . .V , J '- i Bauer. Pat Baumet. Nancy Bear. Y ' Elk V 'J I George Beasley. ' 'fx 5 A QQ -:nu 4 is 1 if ,V V . A 4 1 Fourth Row: Mary Beaurline. Ron 5. . " V. V 3 A ' V V 1 Becker, Tom Behm. Erwin Behrens. -'Q . V ' N-11 Jan Behrens, Dave Beigel, Norma Beis- ' f Y.:-,, V' V 'V' V Y., ' VV - ler, Bob Berg. lp, A sf K F' X' X' ' jk A mf? .- -y t , W, F f ' ' . ' V 1 . V V 5 7 V ,, L V I -V' :F . . A V . ,. . " SJ Ii 5 '-s . . a ' K 'F -.V .u - "" .. X - ' f. , Q, 'C 1-4 . V ' Finn now: Howard Berg. Bob Bar- S-9, .Q X -f X sehet. John Best. Julie Biedersiadt. 'Ov' if ' X 4 ' V , .D V .V - Mary Ann Bielinski. Bruce Bjorklund. xx "YK - " . . My .. -- V W , f - -. ' 'M N A u - 5 if 4' X' - . 3 . " ' James Black. Diane Blose. 1-11' if . - N -ll' 'v t rf! V-2 wg -A A f A J V,. . Sixth Row: Brifce Bolas, Danny Bor- its? - X H ' ,reg Q J? gen, Sharon Bostain, Judy Bown. lvlary , A , if " ff- " s Brice, Mary Jane Brine, David Brooke, ' , ' , - ' ' I V. , . V. , xi z, v . i . Sue Bwswe, ' 7503+ .lr-'fi' ' 'X ' A ' - W il 2 M . A . f 8 3. , 'FJ a h. LM " 2 - Seventh Row: Ann Brown. Doug: ':' ,gf Ig, , - t A, A Brown, Ellen Brumit. Dave Brunner. 6 . A , my , 5 ,V Jim Bruscato. Julie Bunn. Ray Bur- ,XT if ' .K .-' gi feind, Buzz Burgess, - fx I- ' 3 A -"5 . . as ' 'L ,P 9 f. ja: V f' . ' A f : V , . X , - J '- Eighth Row: Priscilla Burgess. Lorelei 5 .N 1 wi ' . IQ , . V ' V, Burns. Dave Butts, Sam Caltagirone. Y7? " - fi 'fm' 1 Larry Cameron. Peggy Cargill, Ralph " , , , V V , ' . VV, Carlino, Don Carlson. ' - ,' deg .4 9""g , 5. V W- . i f 'TJ qi, r a ' N 151, ' t n . 'fgfe r ' "' , V -1 egg. . 1 , .,.- fe . ' . " if ' ,lfwi ' A ar . ' .5 . , f " 51 1 .A " Ninth Row: George Carlson, Judith W X..,"ffff 'S ' 'w , 4 ' Qi 5.-1 Ann Carlson, Judy Carlson, Bob Car- QV V ff' AW P' QV ,QV ' i man, Donn Carstens, Carol Carter. NA A V ' A Richard Christensen. Betty Christman, "f u K ' ' '4 . . 5 , , -A ., . .- Q , v A " ILE? , ' ,. A - .- - 1 - .. . 0, -Q -' l it 1 5 Q3 Q "EV f X are .qw 4 3,6 1 Q , . . VV V it W VV -V 1. X.., V -V ,9 Tenth Row: Ed Christophersen, James ' ,WX ' ' V1 Q!" K. " . . Clark, Linda Clemens, Celia Close, ' ' . ,- ' 1 ' V. f, ' ' , 3f':.2g,.,, QV: ' -1 ' Carl Colmzir, Carol Cook. Ralph Cor- - it 5' J . ,, 1' V .V ,Ta V daro, Sylvia Cordes. , , 1 .zip-. , -1 ' A 'X ..f. 'l x all ' is 555 ... 1... 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Carol DeMichele, Richard Dierking, Sue Ann Dietrick, Eileen DiValerio, Judy DiVito. Bill Doering. Third Row: Jeanne Donirose, Maryann Doyle. Don Drumtra, Jim Dudek, Berta Eaton. Karen Edberg, Bill Elkjer, Howie Elliott. Fourth Row: Jeannette Eltz. Frank Embrey, Joyce Engelking, Deanna Erickson, Judy Erikson, Gayle Evan- son, Spence Ewing, Roger Farleigh. Fifth Row: Tom Farrand, Pat FL-dak. Cynthia Fclleisen, Carol Fellingham, Robert Fernstrom, Bill Fischer, Judie 1-'itz-Patrick, Joyce Forsbcrg. Sixth Row: Mel Friend, B a r ba ra Fromm, Rosemary Gage. Barbara Gall, Kathy Gates, Marty Gatts. Barbara Gay, Jean Gerscliefskc. Seventh Row: Judy Glaser, Bill Gloss. Janice Goode. Cora Sue Golden. Jim Goodling. Herb Grams, Kenny Grams, Arlync Grandt. Eighth Row: Dennis Grant. Jim Graves, Juanita Graves, R i r ha r d Graves, Daniel Greco, Marty Green, Ar- den Gregory, Bill Gresher. Ninth Row: Tom Grey, Ronald Gruen, Linda Hackbarth. Richard Hahn. Jim Hall. Sandy Halvorsen. Darlene Har- rington. Pat Harting. Tenth Row: Nancy Haskins. Patricia Havey. Sue Hawk. Barbara Hayden, Susan Haynes, Dean Hedberg, Richard Hedke, Sandy Heiden, 0197 First Rnw: Nancy Heimsoth, Carl Heinz. Susan Hennegan, Richard Hill. Richard Hinriehs. John Hipp, Milt Hirsch. Carol Hodgson. Second Row: Jill Hoffman. Richard Hoke. Nan Holm. Norbert Holmblad. Maeve Hopp. Ilene Hoppe. Bob Hu- berty. Jim Hughes. Third Row: Alan Hutchlnsnn, Mary Hutchinson. Carole Ibboison. Joyce lgoe, Barb Jahnke. Farr Jebens, Alvin Johnson. Chuck Johnson, Fourth Row: Tommy Johnson. Dale Johnston. Sue Johnston, Barry Kahn. Pat Kane. Ron Karge. Sandy Kasen. Lisle Kauffman. Fifth Row: Kenneth Kenley, Ed Kel- ley, Diana Kelly. Tom Kennicoti. Kathy Kenyon, Nancy Kieck. Carol Kindhart, Pat Klndler. Sixth Row: Ruth Kindler, Jim Kings- ley. Marilyn Kivi, Fred Klamer. l-'red Knaack. VVayne Knight. Sue Knoepfle. James Knollmueller. Seventh Row: James Knopp, Herbert Knoppel. Jim Kohy, David Koceja. Ronald Koeppen. Ruth Koester, lid Kolk. Phyllis Komondoros. Eighth Row: Pat Kopriva, Ray Kranz. Eldon Kreider. Gloria Kruse, Kent Kurtz, Manfred Kwiran. Bernard Lalor. Phil Lambdin. Ninth Row: Sandra Landmeier, Gor- don Larson. Dotty La'I'our. Marge Lat- ta. Pete Laubenheimer, Rich Leckband. Hermine Leiher, Roger Lemke. Tenth Row: Dawn Leth. Bonnie Lc- vine. Ruth Levine. Sandy Lewis, Pa- tricia Liggett. Rick Lindstrom. Ken- neth Linnemann, William Lippke. 'B f ' , .f 6 4 ' Q i 2 . ,J Q X4 x "T .Q , rl 1 M . LEE ., fl-a:.'f X - ' -4 , , -L.. " .F 7 I J A FS X le J 'f ,- gi lls x ,V Q' 1 K - A Y l 1 , . '4 ' f' l li :Q ' if 5 , M X' ' f .4 . ' via G ,, ,sm N. Ns, K "W J ' v ' I X' fi L 1, ga .M :ze l ef f .. e , fqxl A .. 4. 1 . ,QM -. i Wg. l ii! H- A ff as f x xv U' A i , s ,,. 6 Q . ' J th ing.-'V lk fi , T 4 , ' .,"' 1 l f f f xx X . V ikg fl 4 T ' ' . 1 j ' 'W .' . 5 ,.. v I . , L if f,.. A is 4 -'fb ' QS , F134 ai ' jfs? , l 55 fb 1, N - V 11 . irirf - I X. A. W ' A' r. 5- r .W 0 f ii I ..,a .1 . Q43 1' 'Q Q. O ri? 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'J I an .,.' ' J' i' J .- Emi Z. ff .V ' ff i in or X ' 5 N' 'iik X f at A-an J 1 , All - S llhIOI'.J First Row: Lois Lippold, Judy Lips, Mike LoCaseio. Bob Lockwood, Linda Lockwood. Jodee Lohr, Cyndy Long, Tom Longzwell. Second Row: Cristal LUX, Barbara Maas, Kitty Machut, Judi Makinson, April Marn, Judy Marsala. Carol May- hew, Sue McCoy. Third Row: Patt McGill, Rich McNur- len, Sharon Meehan, Marvin Meyer, Roger Meyer, Delores Miller, Kathy Miller, Kris Miller. Fourth Row: Andy Mitchell, Bonnie Mitchell, Ed Moehling, Judy Moehling, Vicki Mogren, Sharon Monjeau, Bar- bara Morehouse, Bob Mors. Fifth Row: Dwayne Mueller, Joyce Mueller, Sharon Mueller, Sharon Mur- phy. John Murray, Judy Murray, Walt Myers, Kenny Nau. Sixth Row: Lois Nelson, Diek Nirkei- sen, John Nimmer, Floyd Nolte, Barry North, Larry North, Riggie Nygard, John Oberg. Seventh Row: Joyce Olson. Joanne Oplt. Randi Opsahl, Jane Owen, Doro- thy Panzer, Sally Pasvugel, Ken Paul- son, Penny Pearne. Eighth Row: Janet Pearson. Jim Peery. Don Pendleton, Diane Petersen, John Petersen. Jim Petrie, Carolyn Pitt. Bonnie Poole. Ninth Row: Alvin Popp, Carl Popp. Jerry Potter, Gale Powell, Sandy Pow- ell. Diane Price, Pam Prigge, Helga Pyuik. Tenth Row: - Bonnie Quigley, Mark Quiroz, Connie Raasch, Herb Randell. Don Rasmussen, Betty Rawlings, Gun- ther Reinke, June Richardson. J- 7, , ,7 l I97 First Row: Penny Riesing, Dan Riley. Laurie Riley, Robert Ritzma, Bruce Robb, Richard Robinson, Ted Robin- son. Ernie Rodriquez. Second Row: William Roosen, Greg Rose. Judy Rother. Judith Ruckoldt. Brenda Rudolph, Linda Ryan. Wayne Rydberg, Jim Sachtschale, Third Raw: Virray Sandberg. Marge Sandford, Bill Sannwald, G e o r g i a Schack, Charles Schall. Gloria Schamne. Donna Scharringhauscn, Judy Schmidt. Fourth Row: Wayne Schmidt, Dean S c h n e c k, Barbara Schroeder, Bob Schroeder, Jim Schroeder, James Schultz, Dotty Schulze, Ed Schumacher. Fifth Row: Lydia Schwarz, Richard Schwarz. Barb Schwieger, Lynda Scott. Gloria Senne, Ken Shaw, Marshia Shelffo, Bob Shriver. Sixth Row: Mary Jane Shulse, Edward Shumaker, Gerry Sicben, Donna Siemro, Bob Simmons, Jay Singclmann, Judy Skahill, Gail Smith. Seventh Row: Larry Smith. Roger Smith, Sean Smythe, Jim Slade, John Staples, David Starncs, Claudia Steffes. Barbara Stehman. Eighth Row: George Steil. Douglas Steingraber, Don Steinmetz, Erika Streuer, Jayne Slumpf, Eileen Sund- quist, Beth Sutherland. Margaret Swan- son. Ninth Row: Sarajane Terbell. Caryl Ternovits. Denny Thill, Tony Thomas. Pat Thompson. Ron Thompson, John Thorne, Jim Timmermann. Tenth Row: Marilyn Tracy, Joan Tra- der, Clarence Trausch, Mary Jo Ult. Dennis Van Jacobs. Ronald Van Raallc, Les Vaughan, John Vetter. i 4 1 f. A Vg .. Us L K ,fm X-.i 1. A m Qggz i G 1 A it I r " ' f' .ad H., - , , 1 ' .Lg 'Q ' ' Q ' Q' ' ,. Q , i f - Q J , 52-Ji. X , 5 1 K '- " Q 5 A. .l'.':-e' . H fu . J . ', Q .5 ' it . Syn L ,,,. 41 w' T J v , 1 N Lg, T Si". .. A 5 - .L-AA .1 i 1 Nt' NS, S ' Ang x "' - A. 1 . wi . I I J Q if - J w lf L V ' ' 'Q C ff if . f Q ' ij' . ",. , 'S f iitfi X I Lia ,ff 'K 'x fk4m"',, M ' I xx 35. J H- f Q xv K ky fu ,.., 2' 1. . V4 . ,., ag K, I ,.. , . ' 1. , V T Q i '- - - ' X' , . r ' Pg. 1 Y ,YI . f fi N3 B- f.. .i 'Q' if Jew 'M' i J C .2 7 so R 5f'2 i s J Z3 'r . Q . .,., , N . lb l G' 'X F l 5if5lxi5?e X ' -A ' ' A me is A h A ' 5' 'M l. 2, 5 5 gl . Zrcilikfpx F L im,-:k ia Allis 1 A g A f 1: ' 1 i.. g ' ' 'W - , If lf . ' Lfififi . ,ag ' iii: ' . - , 3 .- ' . V- sjf l 2 - 0 -w il - ' 5" . ' ' T , 4 ,. 5 g l a. ff -P . f gr llnl0f'A .J a Q ke.. xml .. , i f R ' fr, ,E Y l . . a s K., ,Q Q hw: a Q . .. . . . K f 1,- A-.f1fQ'?"?if5f:117'2, '. .f .. .' ' First Row: Randall Virgil, Joy Vitoux. V ,N 8. ., ,fi . ..,.,,- .--W.. -,P .. ., .Y . " ' . . . .... . -W- . -U5 - af W5 Gordon Von Bergen, Linda Vnr Broker. , Roburt Walker. Barry VValsh. Deanna x A , S F. VVarjcka. Gwun Warfield, I -' E in 'V f . ' '- Q T A Q .-ff, . 5 V H rpg. , ' 'asm fi -. 1 f llll ' EE. . i fig if XLR ' ' A 3 Sm-ond Raw: Divk Warfsman, Bill "F Q. -W' V. ' ' Vlfebb. Jar-k Weber, Cami VVedc, James V Q' Illl ' ii"- 1-K I KE f Y JSE.. 'fr Q ' Wcidnvr. Rosemary VVQiland, Nadeen ' xx Rfk W, 4 N' M Woinricli. Pat Wcinric-h. nv if 'Y in ' '5-- ' -w.--la..-W ' ' 5 f :Y f ff + N in wf. . A. L N .V ,x ,A . rf . Q -w ' K Third Row: Bob Wellman, Dave Wer- .A Wk K ' " 'V K' Kms? 'k": thoimer. Judy Wessling, Barbara West. . 53.5 6 tiff? A RAM. Fred Wctcndnrf, Dave Wctzel. Nancy 'I - i f ' X Wichman. Pam Wickens. x mba - fr., . Us 'ii s K . ip. R " 2. . - - ' i "' .51 ' A Fourth Row: Chuck Willc. Ed VVils0n. Gail Wiltshire. Marcia Winkelman, Dirk Winters. Sharon Wischstadt, Ger- riu XViszowal.y. Barbara VVnlrl0n. Finn Inav: Ed Wulf. James vvomi. Ron Zaclruzny, Mika Zucchl-ro, Denny Zapp. . - I I . tggf- f T +11 H .Q fx ' 3. 'Nl K 5 ., v msn, Mr K. A. A .5 ., T. .. ... ll l V . 3 ' 5 5.6. 4 , . L 1-Q11 . 6 .. al. - ' - r 5 ,, l ' l -- .2 ' Q -I Q . ', g . .. . i 95' ' fl V. .N in ' S 2 la. 5 "Y, . ' Q-.. ' 5' l. . i .f 'f hm- kr . ' - fa N- 9 T . ' ' . . , ' rf X ,ez 1. - 'Nw Lockers. lrn-lu-rs. cvcrynlu-ro. buL not a uni- for junior KL-nny Gramw who is another unfortunalc viclim of thu lrmrker uvac-ualion program. , L5 '- Betxy Zimmurman. ll's only a boy, but Sally Monro and Judy Alakinson find it necessary to resort L0 mom than friunclly persuasion to control Kathy Mlllcr. B -4 - D gil? 4, 5, -5 X Tri Ie S b Fifth Row: Jam-L Ham-nggi. Nancy Buar. Rosc- P u mary Gagc. Linda Crumnu-lt. loni Minolii. Elaine BL-iur. Sandy HL-dslruln. Gail Knublovli. Betty Scliweigercll. Diane Poirrscn. Marty Calls. Gale Powell. Fourth Row: Judy Carl' mn. Bunniv Miivlu-ll. Arlyno Grandi. lwlrmrvs Miller, Lois I.ippuIcl. lam- Owl-n. Jullu lNI:1x'xy4-nlvl, Karvn Willi-. liarb Siovh. Janil-v Palnivr. Sharon llanrs. Judy Lasvkv, Ann llapp, Ilolnrus Nvarhuml, llarhara Sli-hnian. Miss 'l'imm. Third Row: April Iilarn. llianc- Dxlill-y. .lucli ix XX R" ' l -, -'if' . Nw 'G R -- 5 l up -pw '-.v Q Makinson. Linda Cla-mens, Joan Pi-ikus, Kathy Miller. Joy Bauer. Sally Muon-. Gail Wilishirn-. Pat Baunwl. Ss-cnml Row: Judy Lips. Vicki Mogrun. Sandy Poucll. Cyndy Lung. Pm-L: Terry, Lois Nr-lson. llluria Krusn-. Patricia Ilan-5. lim' Dm- Er'ivksun. Diana Kvlly, Kari-n llakcr, Priscilla Hurgoss. First lluw: Mary Ann Fabian, Aurlrvy 'Irunl-rt. Carul Wi-flu. Gail Stn-ivli. l"1'anws Klvnnnill, Mimi lXlm-l9un- alll. llnnna Rafiay, Faill1Sanisnn. GGODWILL MBASSADORS GF THE SCHOGL Fifth Row: Barbara Dvan. Ann Brown. Nanry Bm-nr. Jani' Owl-n. Cyncly Lung. Sandy Pmyr-ll. Vin-ki Mugzn-ri. Judy Lips. Kris Millar. Suu Knom-pflv. Social Science Club Fourth How: Linda l-larkharih. Lois l.ippold, Gail Sniilli, Rosvniary Gam-. Linda Crumnn-il. Susan Hi-nm-gan. Pat llaunict, Gloria Krusc-. Lois Ni-lson, Dm-c Doc Iirivlisnn. Durnlliy Panm-r. 'l'hir1l limv: Cun- niu Raasvh. Di-anna Ware-juka. Pain Wir-kvns. Mary Jann Sliulsc. 1' 'E 91 M :var xy ss, i--ff: 1.1.42 -,.a we QQ esm. M- an wsu 'la vw 1 fmt .fl sz: f-mn , u .- 1 R81 1 S11 E1 NC 'nt rm:-A ' 'r ffm.- Alary Hutchinson. Mary .Io Uli, Juriy Johnston, II:-nv lloppi-, Ilunnn Siwmrn. Pal Harling. Joannv Opll, .lurly Murray. Sv:-mul Rnw: Judy Carlson. Pal Lunzlslucll. Ca1'ol Williu, Pug 'IR-rry. llvily Srliwvigr-i'rl1. Judy Glasor, Gals- l"fm'oll. Sally Mmm-, Susan 3lm'Co3'. First limy: Nanvy Wir-linian. Carol Blayln-xl. Auclu-5 firuni-rl. I.infla Sprail. Francvs Goinniill. Gail Sirviuli. lluity Tl'Lli'lXt'l1. Phyliss Reirlivrl. Linda Raasi-li. Arlg nv Grandi. i 1, 'Q x,' 1 .r .5 -1 is Fourth Row: Joe Putz, Bob Roosen, Arlyne Grandt, John Staples. Third Row: Donna German Club Siemro. Yvonne Craig, Erika Streuer. Andrew Sim, Loren Coleman, Fraulein Hudson. Second Row: Warren Smith, Garry Gappert. John Kruk, Lee Watson. First Row: Joan Pederson. Bonnie Quigley, Dorothee Wopp. Carol Byeroft. ' Fourth Row: Sharon Wisehstadt. Kathy Miller, Spanish Diana Kelly. Sue Knoepfle, Marge Latta, Judy Lips, Nancy Wichman, Gail Smith, Connie Raaseh, Janet Lunsmann. .lean Ewert, Peg Terry. Third Row: Carol June Anderson. Judy ldrikson, Nancy Heimsoth, Faith Samson, Linda Spratt, Gloriann Allison. Nancy Deming, Kathy Berg, Suzann Russell, Janet Mellen- Fm 1 ROU D WORLD I "VVhen in the Spanish Club do as the Spaniards do" seemed to he the motto of "Los Hidalgos," who practiced many Spanish customs. Spanish Club officers Sandy Bjorgo, pre-sidentg Bill Sannwald, vice president: Arlene Schweigerdt, secretaryg Toni Minetti, treasurerg and Miss Carol Duthic and Mr. James Curry, faculty advisors, planned club programs, which included games such as Spanish bingo, slides taken in Spain, a Spanish Carnival, and a Christmas fiesta. complete with traditional pinata. The German Club, on the other hand, enjoyed doing things the German way, One of the main features of the year was a Christmas dinner composed of German food. Al meetings slides were shown, and exchange student Dorothea- Wopp gave first-hand information on Germany. In addition to these projects, sponsor Miss Delores Hudson and officers Lee Wfatson, presidentg Bonnie Quigley, vcepg Dorothee Wopp, secretaryg and Helga Pytlik, treasurer, were behind an exchange of letters between students of Germany and Arlington High School. kamp, Barbara Dacus. Sn-cond Row: BZIFDZITEI Liljequist, Judie Kohl, Janet Haenggi. Linda Mann, Judy Meyer, Carol Feige, Sue Hane, Yvonne Hinrichs, Delores Laz, Babs Rasmussen, Dolores Nearhood. Judy Johnson. First Row: Susi Carter. Senorita Duthie, Sandra Bjorgo. Arlene Sehweigerclt, Toni Minetti, Bill Sannwald, Betsy Creviston, Linda Raaseh, Carol Kasl. Judy Panek. -4 he Y in ' 4 ' I02 AN UAGE CLUBS A vkh to a French reuaurant,rnovks about Pads hors cl'ocuyrcs a la Francaise. and a French fashion show were enjoyed by thc French Club. Lcs Circlcs clc Francais, CHuh acdxiuesxveu-iuuhn'the duecuon and guidance of Mr. Archambault, sponsor: Lorelei Byhring. prcsiclcntq John Mrol. yicc-president: and Mimi NIcDonalcl. SCC1'i'lL1l'y. Those whose taste ran inorc toward slaycs. togas. consuls. anal the likc. joint-cl the Latin Club. Wfith the as- sistancc of Nliss Volx and Mr. Niclson thc two consuls. Grcg iVagncr and Audrey Gronertg thc scriha, Diannc K0- yvah and the quacmcn janc Chvcn.conducu1lthe Ladn Club IllCL'liligS in a typical Roman manner, At thc early fall initiations and thc Pan Language llanquct. new incin- bcrs served as slaycs as part of the initiation procccclings. ' Ninth Row: Pain Haslzun. Cyntly Long. Dick Plam- Lalm beck. Jane Ouen. Lisle Kauffman. Eiglitli Row: Betsy King. Eleanor Averill. Greg Wagner. Kay Rauf. Sen-ntii Row: Joan Edmonds. llorothee NX'opp. Lynn Rodc-Wald. Steph Shcets. Sixth Row: Georgia Barnes. Judy Lysicn. Pat McGill. Ann Carlisle. Nancie Sutherland. Fifth Row: Judy XYillcr, Janet Cloud. Jill Giuliani. l-' 0 n r t h It ii u' : Maryann Schobert. Betty Schwci- gerdt, Barb NYolticn. Pcslgy' Hirons. Third Row: Debbie XYalker. Florence Dietrich, Cora Sue Golden. Set-uinl Ruw: Kathlt-cn Ores- can. Dianne Kowal, Carol Chloupek, Nancy Bear, Sandy Powell. Mr. Nielson. First Row: Sherrcll Recd. Audrcy Gronert, Gerry Siohen. Vicki Mogren, Barbara Stehman. Fourth Row: Kathy Burkwest, Betty Truelson. French Marilyn Tracy. Gwen Warfield. Caryl Tcrnoviis. Ginny Holmcs. Barb Morehouse, Dinah Haynes. Barbara XVolf. Judy Johnson. Third Row: Janet Pearson. Barbara Dean. Sally Jansen. Carol Cook, Lois Nclson, Sylvia Pfeffor. Joan Petkus. Claudia Ciuciwa, Sue McCoy. Pam Wickens. Karen Prahl. Jan Galitz. Mon- i . J - Q 4 K. . - M.. .V Wu ,, a 5 W j i 'Il'IN T5 1 X sit-ur Archambauit, Second Raw: Meg Giilon, Mary Hutchinson. Carol Manta, Pat Crossin. Bill Rcad. Jerry Sinclair. Ed Wilson. Nancy Miller. Graycc Bt-ckxxay. Lore-lie Hyhring. Carol Kucharik Jeanne Medal. First Row: Roscmary Ruzicka. Karen Vork, Judi Laughlin. Gloria Boyland, Mimi McDonald. John Mroz. Gary Young. Frances Gcmmill. Priscilla Burgess. Kathlccn Orcscan. Tina O'D.iy. ,J S FTZLAL. J Sl .wa -, t fs, IO3 l A 1 1 Cardinal Re or+erS Third Row: Sally Fluent. Pat Hess P Mimi McDonald, Pat Frossin. Linda Haekhartli, Mary Jani- lirine. Judi Ilzttiglilin, Carol Ft-ige. .Ioan Pt-tkus. .Jerry Sinclair, t'onnie Raaseh. .loiin Mroz. Somnnl Row: Newspaper business managers Linda Mann and Carol Lunsmann, Mr. filartin. sponsor. and Judy Meyer, copy and exeliange editor. discuss preparations for arrival ol' Arlington's Stork Club Junior tlanre, I W,,, . Lxzh X ,ss My sw ..-.Lt ,mall i 5 1 S . P Mary Jo Utt, Gail Smith. Erika Streuer, Cyndy Long. Bonnie Quig- ley. Ann Brown. Diane Dailey, Marilyn Tracy. First' Row: Dwight Pate. Sheila Robertson. Larry Webber, Franees Gemmill, Bill God- man. Dale lletiht-rg. Randy Virgil. Virginia liussert. Being up on the times is important! Arlington High's newspaper, the CARDINAL, kept AH students informed of timely events by publishing and distributing an edition every two weeks. Seconds counted as the thirty staff members scurried about to collect news items, write copy. solicit ads, pro- vide "heacls,' and captions, design the layout, revise copy, and take pictures. All these actions were tied together by editor-in-chief Gloria Boyland, news editor Susi Car- ter. business editors Carol Lunsmann and Linda Mann, feature editor Bob Siegel, sports editor Bill Hogate, and copy and exchange editor Judy Nleyer. After the news- paper was printed at Paddock Publications, staff members distributed their product to seventh hour classes, where students received news of past, present, and fixture life at AH. The winding and oiling of this clock-like organization was the job of faculty advisor. Mr. Ma1'tin, who conduct- ed a journalism class, partially devoted to work on the CARDINAL. ln addition to publishing the paper, staff members de- voted time and energy to work on the Stork Club -lr., held in the spring, and sent four delegates down to the campus of the University of Illinois in Champaign last October to attend the Illinois State High School Press Conference. Evan ai tour-li of spring fovvr vuulfl not prevent the Cardinal editors Bob Siegel, Gloria Boyland, Bill Hugulu. :xml Susi Curtor from planning mniing vrlilionx. CARDINAL KEEPS AH UP O THE 'LQIMES Niury .Ju Lfll :ind Ji-rrg Sinclair li-urn Ui' thc xxondirx uf ilu new xpipir xxurid Trudy Sununcrs soon finds limi ii's im- possible to i-onipi-te with ilu- Czirdinzil. Fziiiwroii. Mike LaRue discuss photos. 145' fn- 2,55 ,Tk 5 fs f' Curililizil Sl'lLlll0I'hLlgS Dzivv Priro, Larry A A, , , -Wi X. ,xii ,xx R -,,,l' F5 if Q- f I my -di- -X ,z : ki .. 0 " ffvf A 3 '- -'33 ,.. 6 'f E I05 Producing a 'yearbook is indeed not an easy job. The '57 HEIGHTS began to take shape in the spring and summer of 1956! A theme was chosen and developed by editor-in-chief .lean Edgcumbe, assistant editor Sheila Kutchera, copy editors Nancy Wfilkinson and Carol Feige. and art editor Bob Lenz. Assisted by designer Joyce Mit- chell, the editorial staff chose a cover for the forthcoming publication. Under the guidance of HEIGHTS sponsor Mr, Boesel, the business end of the project got under way as engraving, printing. and cover contracts were signed. New members of the staff were informed of the year- book theme early in the fall, Following this, they were launched in their new jobs, which included everything from typing to picture taking. giRC1l1L'IllllCl' the budget," was a constant phrase as staff members took part in sell- ing campaigns and basketball concessions to raise funds. Meanwhile, editors worked hard to meet the ever- present deadlines. Many nights after school found staff members and editors working under the watchful eyes of Mr. lioesel, Miss -Iensen, Miss Katsoulis, or Mr. Curry to finish the writing of captions and headlines, or mount- What is so rare as a clay in June, xx hen Heiglits editors Sheila Kuteh- ing pictures. era and .lean lntlgctiinbe 4-an leave school with no vearhook worries? When the final deadline came on the first of April, the HEIGHTS staff thought "it was all over but the shout- ing," but they were wrong because next ye-ar's editors had been chosen and work had begun on the 1958 HEIGHTS! DE DLI ES DICTATE THE YE RBUOK LIFE Standing: Peggy Hirons. Carole Roeske, Donna McCoy, Kathy Berg. Ginny Smvinski, Balls Rasmussen, Sylvia Raffay, Caren Potts. Jean Conroy. Pam But- Pfeffer. Judy Meyer. tenob. Naney Wiehman. Pat Girvin. Sitting: Barb Morehouse, Sue . fit!! lik L U .Q I . f .aw- A-nv 'W 5 X -s ' X4 g fhud Ram Shulx Kutchera, Dianne Kowznl, Carol Kun-harik, a Iona' Honor Socle+y Je ln Fd1.,Lun1b1 Gam Young, Jeff Hunor, Carol Foigv. Sec- nnd limi .lim Bmnt Pob S1cl.,1l Steph Fmpkm Judy Johnston, Audrey Gronort. First Row: TIME AND EFFCRT PAYS WITH HO OR 4 i Q 'II d S Standing: Linda u' an Cro M Z1 n n, Gloria Boyland, Jean Edgcumbe, Bob Siegel, Bill Hogule. Sitting: Nanny Wilkinson, Carol F1-igv. Judy Moyer, Carol Luns- '11z1nn. Susi Carter, Sheila Kutchera, SPRI : ASEB LL, TRACK, TENN S, GULF XVat'tn. balmy air, frcsh grccn grass. soft. punc- trating sunshine--what do those clcntcnts turn a young II12lIl,S fancy towards? Arlingtonls hup and at lt-rn" ath- lctcs lookcd forward to thc spring sports-haschall. track. golf. and tcnnis. The solid whack of a hard hit ground hall. thc soft plop of an outficldcr shagging a long fly ball-Arlingtonls sluggcrs were ready to "play ball." Coachcs of the-sc thrcc tcatns wcrc Howard Lcstcr. varsity: l'Bus,' Urinshcc. frosh-soph: and Frank Bohac. frosh, Laps. laps. and more laps hclpcd to condition Arling- tonls track squad for spring int-cts. Sccing that all the un- dermen wcrc in top shapc wc-rc coacltcs Russ Attis. yar- sity: Bob Scott. frosh-soph: and YYilliatn licckinan. frosh. tx J 44 l t ll 441- l Wg :EV xx F X Never has the-rv bcc-n closcr vo-operation ht-twvon tt-atninatcs as thtfrt- is ht-twvt-n Tom Tltztttkt-ry and Tom Thackcry. often confusing: opposing.: tttzuns. "Forcl', was thc cry of varsity and frosh-soph golf coaches "'l'cgo', Larson and "Rusty" llowcll, as thvy haulvd thc hopcful duffcrs to Old Orchard Country Club for anothcr practice round. Also taking advantage of the warm. spring wcathct' wcrc thc nctrncn, who wcrc now known throughout the school as hard-hitting tcnnis enthusiasts. ntuch to thc joy of varsity and frosh-soph tcnnis coachcs Kcn Schalltfr and Rightcr Farris. 'l'hc I957 spring sports season tnarkcd thc t-nd of two coaclting cart-crs at AHS. Varsity bascball coach Howartl Lcstt-1' lcd tht' Cztrdinal ninc for thc last tinic. for hc has acct-ptt'd a nt-w counst-ling position. Also st-cn in tht- final coaching ycar was varsity golf tncntor "'l'cgo" Larson. 0 N . X ,,4 M Q R WS 'lf' v AW N .Ki N RUNUTU 4 lrxiig 5 sit-w.J..w' Var5H,Y Baseball Fourth Row: Jerry Kle-ment, Richard Chris- Row: Rivhard Hoke, Ralph Wille, Dave Soenksen. Dc-an Skadberg. tensen. Lynn Sehaller, Ron Jonas. Guenther Iliive Price, Tom Thaekery. Dan Borgen. Lars Andersen, Xlklynv Reinke, Dan Greco. Dave Brunner, Bob Miller, Third Row: Dir-lc Knight. First Row: Dennis Thill. John Oherg, Pat Brownell. Larry Warfsman. Dick Niekelsen. Ed Paschke, Bill Fischer, Don Gm-rken. Webber. Alan Hutchinson, Ed Meinken. Seott Adam tManai.:vri. DI M0 D CUTTER - V LU BLE H GEMS - Fourth Row: Jim Meehan, Dan Rauma, Rirh Allen. Don Wilkes. Mike Warneke. Gary Moreland. George Frosh Baseball Fred Hn-rdt. Dave Zimmerman. Don Sion- Bork, Tom Brndrick, John Parkin. George Breust. First Row: Ralph evkur. Jon Benrud, Dave Kussow, Jeff Pratt.. Third Row: Tom Gould. Tom Hinkel, Bill Frost, Don Moses. Gene Dahlquist, Bob Landmeior. Roland Kehv. Jake Klamer, Pat Corteen. Dave Varnado. Luc-kly. Al Sander, Art Tews. Bob Bennett, Bob Dnerr, Stove Hoist. Second Rnw: Bob Voigt. IIO Over thirty diamond hopefuls greeted Coach Howard Lester at the initial baseball practice mid-way in March. Among these baseball aspirants were five returning letter- men, around which Arlingtoxfs 1957 varsity nine was built. Senior pitcher Bob Miller, author of several no-hit games in past seasonsg senior third baseman and outfielder Pat Brownellg senior catcher Dan Vittum, one of Arlington,s all-conference members last seasong and junior shortstop Denny Thill formed Coach Lester's diamond nucleus. Promising juniors up from last year's frosh-soph team were outfielders Ralph Wille, Ed Schumacher, and Guenther Reinkeg shortstop Alan Hutchinson: pitcher john Obergg and catcher Dick Nickelsen. Several transfer stu- dents and senior reserves from last vcaris squad also boost- ed the Cardinal hopes of improving on last season's third place WSC finish. Frosh-soph baseball mentor nBus" Ormsbee looked forward to a rebuilding season with the young Cards. XVeakened by the loss of last vearls starters-pitchers Dave Soenksen and Don Gerken, and outfielder Lee lklagnuson-who were moved up to the varsity, little was known of the thirty-two hopefuls, and all positions were open. The frosh-soph schedule included ten games, the first three being against Niles. Downers Grove. and La Grange. X 1 A A 5 if , X f fe 111,17 , X 4 ' , 'V' xKfX Y M-.UL xv A i Six ff h lllj -I-A 4. 2 Dari Vittum lets no grass grow under his feet as he makes that last great spurt to first base, tthen second, then third. and then hnme'.'J "He's got that go power." Slugger Pat Brownell. like friend dashing Dan, has ever-drivinf.: determination to make "first base or bust." si, S4 lawn , , , ..,., r , i . xx I a ' 1 ' lif! I - 'l'hii-il Row: Bill Menufce. John Cochran Frosn Tennls Dave Kvll:-r. Kon Moudry, Bill Spomcr Stove Sc'hc'l'fvr. S11-vc Scott. Kent Danes. Secoml Row: Coach Farris Ed Gerrard, Bob Inman, Ronny Barnos. Bruce Law. Bob Wakv LO E AND DASHE : ,.,, . ML., Q5 K .aw Q., X 1 7 f i 1 Myron Appleyard, Ronald Hatch, Ron Conrad, Bill Haberirhlur. flvlanagcrl. First Row: Jvrry Olson, Warren Myers, Jerry Kouzman- off, Frank Meyer. Carlos Galarza. Wayno Meyer, Larry Larson. TENNIS AN TRACK Second Row: B111 Rich- ter fManagur7. Tom Lonuucll. Keith Sims, Kenny Nau. Jim Knopp. Don Carlson, First Row: Keith But- terfield. Don Stadelman. Thurston Brown. Luc VVats0n, Jim Mott. Varsify Tennis lil!! TCC 5 i l 5 J . 2 X 0 Ee? . 7' 62 4- ' .- ky l ' . , T' Y f ... I . ' , rf . i , i Q, .4 5'-I . I ' hwy 1 'g L l. K 4 D 3 P 2- .K . ..- l ls A 'L' 'X 1' X11 . 'ia' , T5 lt - . 'Y fi- '1 l X 'J - lt., ffl " T ' . V f. . A H' 1 W ' is I -"' 4. -.,-1 gf, XV t ff I tl ity Wx' . ix ' A 1 I4 fel. W ix 8 it 6 sf! Fifth Row: John Torrens. Bob O'Neil. Fresh-Soph Track Paul Peters. Frank XVoodruff. Ralph Roll- er, Bob Curatti. Dan Strit-gel, John Lussow. Ed Whitelaw, Dave Buren. Bob Barhour. John Boehner. Jeff Marsh. Ron Schroeder. Fourth Row: Dave Naylor, Jim Traver, Fred Fischer. Fred Hede- mark, Don Ahmer. Tony Stavros. Al Westergaartl, Bud Terhell, Mike Dundy. Coach Beekman. Third Row: Coaeh Seott, Bill Hank- ley, Rick Baits, Bill Oldaker. Bob Taggart, Mike Kauffman, Dale Arlingtonis growing interest in tennis during the past few years indicated at top flight team this season for varsity and frosh-soph coaches Kenneth Schaller and Rightcr Farris. Good cause for an optimistic view of the oncoming season were three returning lettermen-jim Mott and Don Stadelman, seniors, and Thurston lirown, junior. An- other promising junior candidate was Tom Lonewell. a regular on last season's squad. The 1957 tennis schedule included over fourteen dual meets plus the conference. district. and state tournaments. ' Third Row: Stan Norman. Bill Lippke. Bob Varsdy Track Fernstrom. Dave Butts. Ed Kelley. Tom Kenni- eott. Jim Schultz, Bill Doering. Vl'ayne Rydberg. Second Row: Coach Beekman. Rich Koopman. Kent Kurtz. Pete Laubenheimer. Jim Hoff- HD i Et GSI? ' 1 nhl 11: ix' 7. iii? Rothenberger. Dwight Zeman. Bruce Fit-hte, Willard McDowell. Dave Art Beyer. Clyde Ron Marks. John Selman, Frank Sullivan. Ed Peifer, Second Row: Hortlein. Dick Plambeck. Bob Wolf. Jon Hawkins. Peterson. Bill Dodge, Jim Conroy, Rich Bader tManagerJ, Rich Klages tManagerJ. First Row: Bill Read, Tip Yager, Russell De- long. Franke Eaton, Ken Courter. Don Knoepfle. Dave Palmer, Fred Kloman. Ron Friend, Bob Roosen. Dave Shaughnessy, Jeff Lay- son tManagerJ. Eight lettermen returned to bolster the hopes of Ar- lingtonis 1957 track squads. led by varsity coaches Rus- sell Attis and William Beckman and sophomore mentor Robert Scott. Included in the returning lettermen were two high jumpers, seniors Bill Palmer and Stan Norman, both of whom had already cleared six feet. Seniors Carl Klehtn and -lim Hoffmann were in their second varsity season throwing the discus and shot. Juniors Bob Mors. distance runnerg Ed YVilson, pole vaulterg Bob Lockwood. sprinter and broad jumpcrg jack l'Veber, weights and hurdles. completed the Cardinal list of competitors. mann. Jim Hall. John Petersen. Bob Lockwood. Bob Mors. Jim Kouz- manoff talanageri. Coach Attis, First Row: Jeff Hanor tMaangerJ. Jerry Sinclair. Les Vaughan. Ted Geoearis, Jim Saehtsehale. Ed Wilson. Marty Green. Pete Anderson. Ray Horr-her. Bob Creviston. CARDINALS TEE DFF Approximately fifty golf squad hopefuls were wel- comed hy varsity coach "Tego" Larsen and frosh-soph mentor "Rusty" Dowell, At the opening of golf practice in March. each squad was pared down to about 17 when qualifying scores determined the actual playing teams. The team's chances seemed to be limited because of the return from last year's state champs of only one letter- man, Tom Jacobsen, but the situation was eased somewhat by the promotion of ten linksmen from the frosh-soph conference champs of 1956. Coach Dowell,s frosh-soph linksmen played approxi- mately the same schedule as the varsity boys, except the underclassmen were not entered in the district or state meets. They also participated in the Waukegan Tourney. In addition to winning the state crown in 1956, Ar- lington golfers eopped first place titles at the district and conference meets. They also set a national record of 281 in regular conference competition against La Grange, and their overall 20-I set a record in Cardinal history. Sc-ennd Row: Coach Larsen, Robert Hammerl, Tom Jacobsen, John Murray, Jim Goodling. First Row: Ken Shaw, Rick Lindstrom. Ed Moe-filing. Va rsi+y Golf .- a.-. n..f.unau1-nr us .fnrun A mf.-n.,.nw:numn-.-run: i i l Swinging low, Don Stadclman lungzes Really 'Toughing it." John Murray stirs forward, slamming ball across the net. up a small sand storm as he slices out. YUU G N'S ANCIES TUR Caught in tho act. junior Ed Wilson defies law of gravity in a polu vault. l l X i i .NN 4'How would Ben Hogan do itZ"' thinks Tom Jacobsen, surveying difficult putt. TO SPORT Bill Palmer passes his "har exam" suc- cvssfully as he skims over a high jump. wr, 31 X i 11ih7..11 +1 in W'hen the Class of '57 entered its last year. it inherited a long line of traditions. There were eertain l't'Clllll'ClI1l5Ill.S in this will. that they seniors had to meet. The first big project of the year was the organization of the cafeteria board. Wlitli Sheila Kutcliera at the head, the board soon took charge of their duties as monitors. helping to keep the cafeteria in order. Soon the thrill of Homecoming descended upon the seniors, After three years it was their turn to rule over the festivities, and their own classmates. King Chuck and Queen Judy, were chosen to reign over Homecoming. A senior float outshone all others, taking a first place. Starting off the winter social season, the seniors pre- sented the Snowball. Anxiety. work, and fun were the ingredients for a successful Christmas dance. After qualifying exams came a flurry of excitement. There were too many things to think of at one timefsen- ior pictures. graduation announcements, final examinations. the Prom Queen. college. Baccalaureate, and finally, after four long years crammed with work and fun-graduation. Sem-und Kmv: Larry Webber. Edward Halle. Barbara Lind. Jan Steil, De Gregory. Tom Senior Board Clarke. Jerry Honemann, Riehard Miller, First Row: Nancy XVil- l Q, gf: Sis-thirty a.m,-To bed at last goes typiesl senior Gloria Boyland after eonipleting a hard night of work on her English research paper. kinson. Judy Peterson. Joan Anderson, Audrey Gronert, Sally Fluent. Donna Raffay. lI6 -fliii? E ii' tg QW F. .gg 54 in 1 ff" - if eiiii ' ,K-X ' Q 5552 W, 1 s Q, ,V Gi ' ' f L. T 757 ' .14 , V- ' 1 , 5 ? 1 . , ' V All ,A W! , ' r ' X ik - f -, i -x ,. M ff v ' .J M - 5. 1 'z 5 L ' ' A i .K . 7 l , 1' S ! 4 Headlining a big yn-zu' uri' si-nior uffi- E 1 A 3 gl' vvrs Ed Haba, Prvs.: Du Lira-g.:cxr5', Von-p: A' H . ' ' 5 I , 1 I Q A Nancy Wilkinson. Sl-u'y.: Judy Pv- l ' Q 1, A 0 N - - Q Y ...f . f-7- ., - in i, , 61 lvrson, Treas. 1 Wzirri-n Slllllh, Jud,:v. b...T -' -flikgfiiff A ' " 'K-'N'i'L"f ' ' "' D" .. S NIORS - HEIRS T0 CARDI AL TR DITIC Ruproscniingg various primfossiimns. thc- svnior buys agree that lhov X 1-annul find ai by-tu-1' owiipzililrn than "xxz1ii'hing :ill the girls go by." l S , , ,i i L- X L Y II7 Beverly Ann Allison Freshman Girls' Chorus: Treble Clef 2: Latin Club 2: G.A.A. 1: Four Semester llonor Pin: Talent Show 1: Intramural Volleyball. Sandra Lee Allison Transferred as a senior from St. Mary's Academy. Nauvoo, Illinois, Donald Altergott Gloria Amundson Four Semester Honor Pin: G.A.A 1,2, Board 1: CARDINAL Staff 4: Art Club 1.2: Nurses' Aid 4: Student Council 1: Cheerleading 1: Transferred as a sophomore from Foreman High Suhool. Chicago. Illinois. Joan Anderson Student Council Treasurer 4: Class Board 3.4: Cafeteria Monitor 4: Office Guide 3: Pep Club 3: Talent Show 1.3: Chorus 1.2. Marian Anderson A Cappella Choir 3: Treble Clef 2: Freshman Girls' Chorus: Pep Club 2: Sophomore Board: Spanish Club 2: G.A.A. 1: Talent Show 1. 'Ulf Joyce Aug'slmrger National Honor Society 3.-lg History llonors 3: Stageeralters' Club 3: French Club 1.2: Dra- mal.ii's Club 1.2: Stunt Show 2: Debate Club 2: Trans- ferred as a senior from Maine Township High School, Des Plaines. Illinois. llarbarn Bader Supply Store 4: College Night commit- tee -l: Pep Club 1.2: Library Club 4: Girls' Intramurals 1.3: Bowling 3. Lucille liallr Mixed Chorus 3: Treble Clef 2: Talent Show 1: Freshman Girls' Chorus: Freshman Board: Freshman Girls' Ensemble: Spanish Club 23 Future Homemakers ol' America 1. Sandra Lee Baker Hall guard secretary and monitor 1.2: Phorex member and representative: G.A.A. 1.2: Talent Show 2: Aeronautics Club 4. Secretary: Trans- ferred as a senior from Fenger High School. Chicago, illinois. Georgia Louise Barnes Frshman Girls' Chorus: Treble Clef 2: Pep Club 1: Future Homemakers oi' America 2: Latin Club 2.3.4: Nurses' Aid 3.4: Future Nurses of America 4. Carol linumiuin Seven Semester Honor Pin: Art Club 4: Paint and Wig 1.2: Talent Show 1: Social Seienee Club 2: Treble Clef 2: Freshman Girls' Chorus: G,A.A. 1. Jane Bedingfield Homeroom Secretary 1: Homeroom Vice President 2.4: Junior Board: Pep Club 1,2.3: Tal- ent Show 1.2.3: CARDINAL Staff 3: G.A,A. 1: Spanish Club 3. John Bell Cross Country 1.2: Wrestling 2. Rita Benedetti G.A.A. 1.2: Intramurals 1,2,4: Fresh- man Girls' Chorus: Treble Clef 2: Mixed Chorus 4: Paint and Wig 2. f 1.-un. . , l Y Bobbie Bradley Band 1.2.3.-11 G.A.A. 1. Mary Jane Bradley Pep Club 1. Catlmrine Jane Brant Freshman Class Seeretary: Or- ehesis 12.3.41 Harmonettes 3.4: A Cappella Choir 3,-1, Senior Music Pin: National Honor Society 3.41: Four Semester Honor Pin: Talent Show 1,2.3.4: Minstrel Show 1.2.3. Patricia Brewer Junior Board: A Cappella Choir 3.-l: Fencing 3: Spanish Club 2: Pep Club 1.2: Transferred as a junior from Evanston Township High School, Ev- anston. Illinois. Robert J. Brom-nto Student Council 1.2: Freshman Boys' Chorus 1: Diversified Occupations Club 3.4. Presi- dent 4: Latin Club 1: Parking lot monitor rl: Begin- ning Strinirs 2. Donald John lirohm Audio-Visual Club 2.3.-1. Scorc- taryel John Patton Brownell Cross Country 1: Football 12: Biiskctball 1.2.3.-l: Baseball 1.2.3.4: A Club 3.-l: Student Connell 1: Four Semester Honor Pin: Band 1.2.3. Louella lirnmit Library Club 1.2.3: G,A.A, 2: Trans- ferred as a senior from Proviso Township High School. Maywood. Illinois. Lorelei Ilyliring French Club 2,-1. President: Pan Language Council 2.-1: Paint and Wig 2.3: Triple S Club 4: Pep Club 2.4: Treble Clef 2.3: Mixed Chorus 4: Cafeteria monitor -1. 'Wie if N'ill iam Benson. IC. 'l'h4-odors Biek Four Semester Honor Pin: Cross County 2: Intramural Basketball 2. Sandra Bjorgo Spanish Club 2.4. President -1: Pan Language Council -l: A Cappella Choir 4: Treble Clef 2.3: Freshman Girls' Chorus: "NO, No, Nanettcn 45 Talent Show 2.3.4. Ronne Blaselilu- Homeroom President 2: Student Coun- cil 2: Band 1.2.3.4: Gymnastics 1.2: Fencing 4: Tennis 2: Audio-Visual 1.2. Larry lkowman Choir 2.3.-1: CARDINAL Staff 1.3: Na- tional Thespian Society 4: "Murder is Fun" 3: State Music Contest 3: Freshman Counselor 4: "Bears, Goats, and Angels" 4: Talent Show 4. Gloria Boyland CARDINAL Staff 1.2.3.4. Edit0r-ln- chief 4: Quill and Scroll 3.-1. Vice President -l: Choir 1.2.3.4: Dunbar exchange student 4: French Club 2.4: Pep Club 1.2.3.-l. Board 2: Talent Show 1.2.3.4: G.A.A. 1.15. if i l Bob Cagann Football 2.3.41 National l-'orensie League 4: Track 1.2,3: Wrestling 2: Choir 2.3: Boys' Oetet 3: Ushers' Club 4: A Club 4. Barbara Curl Future Homemakers of America 1.2: German Club 2. Susi Carter Quill and Scroll 3.4, President 4: CARD- INAL Staff 3.4, News Editor 4: Spanish Club -1: Pan Language Council 4, Secretary: Junior Board: Orehesis 4: Seven Semester Honor Ping Homeroom President Ll. Vice President 2. Alec Catherwood. Carol Chluupek Latin Club 4: Triple S Club 4: Dra- maties Club 1, Treasurer: Transferred as a sophomore from Neshaming High School, Langhorne, Pennsylvania. Kathleen Bryan Christmnn Orchesis 1.2.3.4: Color Guard 1,2,3,4: Homeroom Secretary-Treasurer 1.2.41 Choraliers 3: Choir 1,2.3,4: Talent Show 1.2.3,-i: Min- strel Show 1.2.31 "No, No. Nariettif' -1. Judith Ann Clubaugh Cheerleader 1.2.3,4: National Honor Society 3,43 Orehesis 2.3,-1: National Forensie League 3.4: A Cappella Choir 3.4: Talent Show 1.2.3,-1. Choreographer 43 Sophomore Class Secretary: Seven Semester Honor Pin. Buh Clnney Homeroom Secretary 2: Basketball 2: Golf 2.3.43 Intramurals 3.4. Thomas B. Clarke Basketball 1.2.31 Cross Country 1: Intramurals 4: Class Board 2.3.4: Freshman Boys' Cho- rus: Cafeteria monitor 4: Hall monitor 3, 'S FUD Myra Lee Clausing' W'onien's Club Music Scholarship 3: Maclrigals 2: Choraliers 3.4: A Cappella Choir 2.34: Distric-t Music Contest 2.3: State Music Contest 2.3: CARDINAL Staff 3: Freshman Girls' Chorus. Carolyn Clesen Future Homemakers of Ameriea 1.2: Spanish Club 2: Freshman Girls' Chorus: Treble Clef 2.3: Girls' Gymnasties 2.3: G.A.A. 2. David Albert ColIi1.:nnn Diversified Oeeupations Club 4. Anthony YY. Consoer Intramural Baseball 1. Dawn Coventry G.A.A. 1: Pep Club 1: Concert Band 3.4: Marching Band 3.4: Music' Festival -l. .llnrshall J. Crane Wrestling 1: Audio-Visual 1: Cam- era Club 1: Offiee Guide 2. 'ik -1. Hg Jan Davenport "Our Town" 3: "The lit-ar" 4. "'l'he Showoff" -l: Debate 1.2.31 National Forensie League Secretary 1.2.3. President -1: Paint and Wig 1Z.3.4: Latin Club 1.12: Speerh Contest 3.-1: Four Semester Honor Pin, Diane Deeke Four Semester Honor Pin: Freshman Homeroom Seeretary: Future Homt-makers of America 1.2: G.A,A. 1,21 Girls' Club Representative I: Student Supply Store 4: Intramurals 2. Phil Deming VVrestlin1: 2.3.4: Gymnastic-s I: Cafeteria monitor 4: Spanish Club 2: Talent Show -l. Donald C. DeNapoli Feneing 2: French Club LZ: Ush- ers' Club 3.4, President -iz Cafeteria monitor Vt. Diana DeWiIde Future Nurses ot' America 4: Latin Club -1: G.R.A. 4: Transferred as a senior from Austin High School, Chicago. Illinois. Bobbie llietriek G.A.A. 1.2: G.R.A. 4. Basketball Sports Head: Daubers' Club 1.2: Astronomy Club 2: Hall guide -l: Band 1.2: Girls' Gymnasties LZ: Talent Show 4. K . George Crawford Camera Club 1: Cadet Band 1: Marching Band 2.3.41 Pep Rand 1Z.3.4: Concert Band 2.3.-l. Patricia Crossin National Honor Society 3.4: Seven Semester Honor Pin: Orehesis 1.2.3.-1, Costume Director 4: Color Guard 2.3.-l: Pep Club 1.2.3.-4: I-Iomeroom Treasurer 12.-1: Cafeteria monitor 4: Talent Show I,2,3.4. Clmrlene Curatti Student Council 1.2.3.-1: Four Semes- ter Honor Pin: Choraliers 3.-1: A Cappella Choir 3.4: Talent Show 1.2.3.-l: Minstrel Show 2.3: Operetta 1,41 Paint and Wiz.: 1.2.4. Secretary-Treasurer 2. Dive Curtis Football 1.2: A Cappella Choir 2.3.41 Cho- raliers 3.4: "No, No. Nanettef' 4: Four Semester Honor Pin: Student Count-il 1.2: Senior Board: Dunbar Ex- ehange student. Lynn Cutler Distributive Education 3,-1. liatlileen II. llagres Mixed Chorus 3: A Cappella Choir -l: "Messiah" 4: Cafeteria monitor 4: Transferred as a junior from Carl St-hurz High Sehool, Chieago. Illinois. Lee A. Daimler Freshman Boys' Chorus: A Cappella Choir -l: "Messiah" 2: Musie Festival 2: Tennis 1.1Z.3.4: Daubers' Club 2: Minstrel Show 2: Intramural Basket- ball 2, Sharon Lee Danes Pep Club 1.2: G,A.A. 1: Junior Board: Freshman Girls' Chorus: Treble Clef 2.34: Triple S Club 2.-l: Parking lot monitor 4: Talent Show 12. Diane D'Arp:o Freshman Girls' Chorus: Treble Clef 2: Intramural llasltetball 3: G.R.A. Modern Dance -1: llaubers' Club 12. MV 's"7 "--ff hx 'Uk Ll"-rf .s ,fs ---Di Nusa" Robert Eaton Audio-Visual Club 1.2.3.4. President 4: XVrestling 1.2: Cross Country 1.2: Talent Show sound erew 4. Jean lddgeumbf- HEIGI-ITS Staff 1.2.3.Al. Eclitor-in- ehiet' 4: National Honor Soeiety 3.4: Seven Semester Honor Pin: Quill and Scroll 3.4. Secretary-'l'reasurer 4: Biology Club 1.2: .Junior Academy of Seienee 1.2: Latin Club 1.2: Talent Show 1.2.3. Joan Edmonds Four Semester Honor Pin: National Thespian Society 3.-l: Latin Club 1.2.3.-1: Debate 1.2: Choir 1.2.3.4: Talent Show 2.3.-1: Pep Club 1.2.3.4: Spring Play 1.2.3. Douglas Elliott Sophomore Board: "A Jubilee" 2: Mixed Choir 2: Sophomore Quartet: A Cappella Choir 3. Stephanie ltlmpkie Candidate for Homecoming Queen 4: Student Council 4. Reeording Seeretary: National Honor Society 3.4: Talent Show 3.4. Co-Chairman -1: CARIJINAI. Staff 3: Seven Semester Honor Pin: Cafe- teria monitor 4: Transferred as a sophomore from Kirkwood High School. Kirkwood. Missouri. Mary Ann Fabian Freshman Girls' Chorus: Treble Clef 2: A Cappella Choir 3.4. Treasurer 4: Four Semester Honor Pin: Triple S Club 2.3.4. Treasurer 3. President 4: Spanish Club 2: Talent Show 2: Homeroom Seere- tary 1. Ruth Faulstich Freshman Girls' Chorus: Coneert Band 2: Latin Club 2: G.A.A. 1: Talent Show 1: Seven Se- mester Honor Pin: Intramurals 1. Carol Feige HEIGHTS Staff 3.4. Co-eopy Editor 4: National Honor Soeiety 3.4. Secretary 4: Quill and Scroll 3.4: National Thespian Society 3.4: CARDINAL Staff 3.4: Dramaties 1.2.3.4: National lforensie League 2.3.4: Seven Semester Honor Pin. Maxine Fit-lite Spanish Club 2: Intramurals 1.2: Talent Show 2: Talent Show crew 4: Cafeteria monitor 4: Pep Club 2.3.41 Student guide 4: Transferred as a sopho- more from Oak Park High Sehool, Oak Park. Illinois. A 4 lin:-lmra Dill Class Board 1.2: Intramurals 2: Girls' Gymnasties 2: Chorus l.2.4: G.A.A. 1: 1-'rent-li Club 2: Latin Club 1: Talent Show 4. Donna Lee Dobbins Freshman Girls' Chorus: 'Preble C'lef 2: A Cappella Choir 3.4: Organ 1.2: l-Iarmonettes 3.-t: Talent Show 2.3: Minstrel Show 3: Homeroom See- retary 2. Marie Dow A Cappella Choir 3: Junior Board: Mixed Chorus 2: Music: Festival 2: Music- Drama Club 2: Transferred as a junior from Chicago Christian High Sehool. Chirago. Illinois. John Doyle "Uur Town" 3: Talent Show scene design- er 4: Track 1. Jim Dresmal Band 1.2.3.-4: Pep Band 3.4: Basketball 1.2.3: Baseball 2. Manager 3.4: Intramurals 1.2.4: A Club 3.4. -Ianiee Dunlap Spanish Club 2: Triple S Club 2: Li- brary Club 2. Vice President: Office guide 3: Pep Club 2.3.-t: Talent Show 4: Future Nurses of Arneriea 4: Cafeteria monitor 4. Carole Jean Finch Homeroom Vice President 1: Spanish Club 2: Triple S Club 2: Talent Show 2: Pep Club 1.2.3.-1: Office Guide 3.-l: Freshman Orientation -l: Cafe- teria monitor 4. Richard D. Fischer Track 1.2: Football 1,2.3: Wres- tling 3: Basketball 1.2: Cafeteria monitor -l. Sally Fluent Class Board 2.3.-1: Junior Class Secretary: Debate 1.2341 National Forensic League 1.2.3,4. See- retary 4: G.R.A. Sportshead -1: Orehestra 1.2.3: CARD- INAL staff -l: Talent Show 1.2.3.-l. Richard Fox Football 1: Track 2: Freshman Boys' Chorus: Cafeteria monitor 4. Eugene Freeman A Cappella Choir 2.3,-4: Choraliers 3,-1: Talent Show 2.3.-1: "No, No. Nanette" 4: Minstrel Show 3: State Music Contest 3: Mixed Chorus 2: Trans- ferred as a sophomore from Beloit Memorial High Sehool. Beloit. Wisconsin. Carl L. Friberg Convert Band 1.2.3.-1. President 4: Pep Band 1.2.3.-1: Marehing Band 1.2.3.4: Talent Show -l: District Music Contest 1.2: State Music Contest 1: Radio Club 2. Vice President: Tennis 1.2.4. 'K' 2..- 1 .,- x 1' AIX . C il, Q "bv -....,,- 'fe' bs. 1. 5,1 Gary tiappert Intramural Basketball 2: Audio-Visual l.2: liiology Club 1: German Club -l: Explorers' Club -t. Ronald Gene Garliseh Basketball 2.3: Baseball 2: Cross Country 2: Transferred as a sophomore from York Com- munity High Sehool. Elmhurst. Illinois. lieth Gassen Future Nurses of America 4, President: Cltoraliers 3: A Cappella Choir -1: Treble Clef 2: Fresh- man Girls' Chorus: State Music Contest 3. Gerry Gehrkc Future Homemakers of America 1.2: Spanish Club 2. l-'ranees Gemmill CARDINAL staff 1.-1: Pep Club 1.2.3.-1: French Club 2.3: Talent Show 1.2: Freshman Girls' Chorus: Mixed Chorus 3: A Cappella Choir fl: "No. No, Nanette' 4. Ann Gr-rsehefske Future Homemakers of America 1.2. ldilgar Gilinore National Honor Society 3.4: Ohio Boys' State 3: Student Couneil 1: Key Club 2.3: Basketball 2.3,4: Football 2.3: Ushers' Club 4: Transferred as a senior from Madeira High School, Madeira, Ohio. Gerald II. Glass Freshman Boys' Chorus: Beginning Band 1: Daubers' Club 1 Judith Goble CARDINAL staff 3: Pep Club 12.3,-1: i'Murder is Fun" 3: "Our Town" 3: Treble Clef 2.3: G.A.A. 1: French Club 2.3.4. Margaret Ann Halvursen Pep Club 1.2.3.-1: Triple S Club 2: Freshman Girls' Chorus: Mixed Chorus 2: Or- gan 2: A Cappella Choir 2.3.-1: G.A.A. 1. Lola Jeannie Hamm A Cappella Choir 4: G.R.A. -li Mixed Chorus 1,2.3: Taft Dance Committee: Junior Girls' Club: G,A.A. Intramurals Sports Winner: :'No. No. Nanette-" 4: Transferred as a junior from Taft l'li:.:h School. Chicago, Illinois. Rohert llerhert llammerl Basketball 1.2: Golf 2.3.41 Freshman Boys' Chorus: A Cappella Choir 2.3.41 Intra- murals 4, Susan Hanc Four Semester Honor Pin: Homeroom Vice President 1: Orchestra 1.2.4: Girls' Gymnastics 1.2: Paint and Wig 2: Daubers' Club 2: Spanish Club -l: Cafeteria monitor 4. -In-ff l-Ianor Traffic Court Judge 2.3: Chief Justice 4: Football Manager 1.2.3,4: Track Manager l.2.3.4: A Club 2.3,-1: National Forensic League 3,-lg Astronomy Club 1.2.4, Vice President 2, President 4: Chemistry Club 2.4. Judith Marie Hansen National Thespian Society -l: Fu- ture Nurses of America Al: Nurses' Aid -1: 'Talent Show Al. William C. Gudman CARDINAL Staff' 4: HEIGHTS Staff -l: Basketball Manager 1: Freshman Boys' Chorus: Mixed Chorus 2. tim-mlm: Gnehlu-rt llomeroom President 1: Student Council 1: Diversified Occupations 3.4. James P. Golden Track 1: Cross Country 2. Frank Galle -Ir. Football 1.2: Baseball 1,2,3,4: Ushers' Club 4: Intramurals 2.4: Freshman Boys' Chorus: A Cappella Choir 2.3: Hall guide 4, De-Elton l'. Gregory Cross Country 1: Football 2: Vlfrestling 1.2,3: Homeroom Vice President 2: Cafeteria monitor 4: Student Council 4: Baseball 1: Senior Class Vice President. Audrey tirunert National Honor Society 3,4, Treasurer 4: Seven Semester Honor Pin: Latin Club 1.2,3,4. Scriba 2, Consul Ai: Pan Language Council 4: A Cappella Choir 2.3.-1. Senior Music Pin: Triple S Club 4, Vice President: Senior Class Board: Student Council 1. Nvillium Grove Wrestling 1: Audio-Visual Club 1. Jann-t Haenggi Four Semester Honor Pin: Cafeteria monitor 4: Triple S Club 4: Spanish Club 4: Pep Club 2.-ll Hall monitor 1. Carol Joyce Hull Freshman Girls' Chorus: Pep Club 1.2: Girls' Club representative 1: G.A.A. 1: Office guide 3, 3' Ann llapp Spanish Cluh 2: Triple S Club 21: Parking lot monitor -1. Isabel Hurnish Latin Club 1.2.-l: Spanish Club al: Fu- ture Nurses of America 3.-4: Four Semester Honor Pin: Social Science Club 3. John Harris Baseball 2: Intramural Football 1. Patrick C. llurris Football 1.2: Wrestling 1.2.3.-i. Co- captain 4: Wrestling Conference Champion -1. Sectional Champion 4: A Club 3.4: Homeroom President 1: Stu- dent Council 1: Freshman Boys' Chorus. Vice President: A Cappella Choir 2.3.4. Joyce Delores Hartwig Freshman Girls' Chorus: Fu- ture Hnmemakers of America 1.2. Lois Hasz Pep Club 1.2.3,-1: Tumbling 1: G.A,A. 1: Treble Clef 2.3: Beginners' Band 1: Four Semester Honor Pin. Roland Heckenhaeh Audio-Visual Club 1: Gymnastics 1. Anim Hi-imsuth Transferred as a junior from Maine Township High School. Des Plaines, Illinois. Pat Henning Freshman Girls' Chorus. President: Band 1.2: Spanish Club 2: Future Homemakers of America 2: Social Science Club 4: Pep Club 2.-1: Office guide -l. . - A,-sl, f I . Y ,fi .V X N h A . 5, . 4 ,.L- W ' . . ra , .. I 'f 1 x V' ,Y -of YQ' K X 1-no, '52 Q-.q" Tom llenry Football 1. Rosenun-y llerhst Freshman Girls' Chorus 1: Pep Club 2. Mairgie Herd! Student guide 2: Pep Club 2.3: Treble Clcf 3: Nurses' Aid 4. Patricia Hess CARDINAI.. Staff 4: Social Science Club 4: Student Council 3: Dance Club 2.3: Girls' Chorus 1.2.31 Homeroom Secretary 2: Transferred as a senior from Northern High School, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. Roberta Hill Freshman Girls' Chorus: Treble Cleb 2.3: Spanish Club 2: Astronomy Club 1. Secretary 1: Social Science Club -i: Office guide 4: Pep Club 1.2.3.-l. John S. Hirst Track 1: Astronomy Club 1.2. Sally Hodson Future Nurses of America 4: G,R.A. fl: Bowling 3: Talent Show 4: Freshman Girls' Chorus: Pep Club 2.4: Freshman Orientation 2. Jim Ilofimzmn Football 1.2.3.4: Track 1.2.3.-1: A Club 3.4. Vice President 4: Intramural Bowling 2.33 Intra- mural Basketball 4: Cafeteria monitor 4: Weight Lifting 4. 1Yilliam S. Hogate Football 1.2.31 Track 1.2: Junior Class President: Student Council 3.4: National Honor Society 3.4: Boys' State Delegate 2: Wrestling 2: CARDINAL Staff 3.4. Sports Editor 4. ' Dunne Hngrove Carol Holcomb Homeroom Vice President 1. Secretary 2: Cadet Band 1: Concert Band 2.3: State Music Con- test 2: Girls' Gymnastics 1.2: Future Homt-makers of America 1: Pep Club 1.2: Talent Show 1.4, Jane Holloway Girls' State Delegate 3: Student Coun- cil 1.2.3.4 Executive Board 3.4. Corresponding Secretary 3: Homecoming Queen Candidate 4: Pep Club 1.2.3.4: Freshman Orientation Chairman 3.4: G.A.A. 1.2: Home- ruom President 2: Office guide 4. 'MQW my 'aw fain Ron Holznagnl Baseball 1.2: Distributive Education 3.4. Vice President 4: Basketball 2.4. Gerald Gene I-ioncmann Student Council 2: Senior Board: Cafeteria monitor 4: Talent Show 1.2.3.4. Ticket Chairman 2: Four Semester Honor Pin: A Cappella Choir 2.3.4: District and State Music Contests 2.3: Triple S Club 2, Dennis Horclu-r Library Club 1.2.3,4. President 3: Sophomore Board: CARDINAL Staff 1: Intramural Bowling 1. Ray llorcher Football 2.3.4: Track 1.2.3.4: A Club 4: Intramural Basketball 2: Intramural Bowling 4: Audio- Visual Club 1: Cafeteria monitor 4: Weight Lifting 4, Tom Jacobsen Basketball 1.2:3.4: Golf 3.4: Football 1.2: Baseball 1.2: Cross Country 3: A Club 3.4. Four Semester Honor Pin: Student Council 4. Marynan Jansen Debate 2.3.4. State Debate Contest 3: National Forensic League 2.3.4: Orchestra 1.2.3. District Music Contest 3: Traffic Court Clerk 4: Cafeteria moni- tor 4: Pep Club 1.2.3.4 Spencer Johnson Cadet Band 1.2: Concert Band 2.3: Pep Band 2.3: Marching Band 2.3: Radio Club 1.3: Christmas Concert 2: Conference Festival Band 4. Judith K. Johnston Cheerleader 1.2.3.4: Student Coun- eil 2.4. Corresponding Secretary 4: Candidate for Home- coming Queen 4: National Honor Society 3.4: CARD4 INAL Staff 3: Talent Show 1.2.3.4: Sophomore Class Treasurer. Ronald J. Jonas Senior Board: Homeroom President 4: Ushers' Club 3.4. President 4: Student Council 1.4: Baseball 1.2.3: Cross Country 3: Intramural Basketball 1.4: Cafeteria monitor 3.4. in Gerry Kile Office guide 2.3: Supply Store 3: Distribu- tive Education 4. Secretary: Freshman Board: Fresh- man Girls' Chorus: G.A.A. 1.2. William Kirk Jr. Cafeteria monitor 4. Carl Klehm Football 1.2.3.-l: Track I.2.3.4: Wrestling 1.2.31 A Club 3.4: Freshman Board: Four Semester Honor Pin: Future Farmers of America 2.3.4. President 4: Vlleight Lifting 3.4. Jerry Klemen! Baseball 1.2.3.4: Basketball 1.2.3.4: Hall monitor 4: Ushers' Club 4: Aeronautivs Club 1: Fresh- man Boys' Chorus. Judie Kohl Mixed Chorus 4: Treble Clef 1.2.31 Future Teachers of America -l. President: Junior Board: Span- ish Club 4: Newspaper Stall' 1: Transferred as a sopho- more from Baraboo Senior High Sehool. Baraboo, NVis- consin. Darlene Kolle Beginning Band 1: Cadet Hand 1: Con- cert Band 2.3.41 Future Homemakers of America 1.2. Richard A. Koopman Cross Country 3.41 Traek 4: A Club 3.4: Homernom Vice President 4: Talent Show 4: Cafeteria monitor 4: Transferred as a freshman from Maine Township High School. Des Plaines. Illinois. Carol -lean Koske CARDINAL Staff 1.2: A Cappella Choir 4: Mixed Chorus 3: Treble Clef 2: Seven Semester Honor Pin: Homeroom Treasurer 4: Talent Show 1.2: Chemistry Club 4. James Kouzmannff A Club 3.4: Basketball Manager 2.3.43 Track Manager 12.3.43 Intramural Basketball 1.4: Chorus 1.2: Hall monitor 4. llau Bartlett Jordan Football 1.2: Wrestling 1.2: Ease- ball 2. David lieomze Kar-zniarvk Dance Committee 1.2: Sei- enee Club 1: German Club 1.2: Library Club 3.4: Cafe- teria monitor -1: 'I'ransferretl as a junior from Taft High School. Chicago. Illinois. Mary Kaiser CARDINAL Art Staff 2: Piano 1.2: Treb- le Cla-1' 2: Supply Store 3,-l. Ilomu- F. Karstens Biology Club 1: French Club 1.2: Camera Club 2. Mary Kathrein Future I-lomemakcrs of America 1: Treble Clef 2: Dramatics 4: Cafeteria monitor 4: Li- brary Club 4. Dorothy Alberta Kibhie G.A.A. 1.2: Pep Club 1: Ger- man Club 1: Freshman Girls' Chorus: Treble Clef 2. 49 ' 'Lf' -C Dianne Kownl Harmonettes 2.3.4: National Honor So- ciety 3.4: A Cappella Choir 2.3.4: Girls' Club Secretary 3, Vice President 4: Latin Club 1.2.3.-1. Board 2, Secre- tary 4: Seven Semester Honor Pin: Homeroom Secre- tary 1.4: Talent Show 2.3. Veronica Catherine Krause Future llomemakers Ameriea 1: Intramurals 1.2: Piano 1.2. Elaine Kruse l-'reshman Girls' Chorus: Treble Clef 2.3: Girls' Gymnastics 2: Future Homemakers of Ameriea 13 Talent Show 1. Carol Lynn Kneharik National Honor Society 3.4: G.A.A. 1.2.3. Council. 500 Club, Delegate: Papateers Club 2.3: Sketch Club 1.2: Art Club 4: Chemistry Club 4: 1-'rench Club 2.3.4. Treasurer 4: Transferred as a senior from Carl Sehurz High School. Chicago. Illinois. Mary Kay Kunz German Club 1.2: G.A.A. 1.2: Paint and Wig 2.3: Girls' Chorus 1: Treble Clef 2.3: Mixed Chorus 4: Transferred as a sophomore from Lake View High School. Chicago. Illinois. Sheila Kutchera HEIGHTS Staff 3.4. Assistant Editor 4: National Honor Society 3.4: Quill and Seroll 3.4: Student Council 3: Four Semester Honor Pin: Cafeteria monitor 3.4, Chairman 4: Biology Club 1.2. Vice Presi- dent 2: Talent Show 1.2.3.4 Jerry l.ag'ml Football 1: Freneb Club 2. Alfred Langns Ushers' Club 3.4: Library Club 2: Wrestling 2. Barbara Lapinski Freshman Queen Candidate: G.A.A. 1.2: Art Club 2: Pliotography Club 2: Library Club 2. Clerk: Transferred as a sophomore from Carl Sehurz High School. Chicago. Illinois, Judith Lnseke Freshman Girls' Chorus: Treble Clef 2: Triple S Club 4: German Club 2. . Judith Laughlin Pep Club 1.2,3.4, Secretary-treasurer 2. Vice President 3, President 4: Bandfront 1,2,3.4: Color- guard 1.2.3.4: Talent Show 1.2.3.4: Chorus 1.2.3.4: CARDINAL STAFF 2.4: Four Semester Honor Pin: l-lomeroom Viee President 2. Secretary 4. Lynn Lnverty Talent Show 2.3.41 Minstrel Show 2.3: "No. No. Nant-tte" 4: Harnionettes 3.4: Choir 3.4: French Club 2: Homeronm Secretary 1, Treasurer 2: Madrigals 2. Linda Li-nrman Library Assistant 1: Girls' Chorus 2.3: G.R.A, i.2.3: Future Homemakers of America 1: Li- brary Club 2: Homeroom Secretary 1. Treasurer 2: Madrigals 2: Mixed Chorus 4: Transferred as a junior from Kelvyn Park High School, Chicago, Illinois, Robert H. Lenz Talent Show 1.2.3.4 Director 3.4: HEIGHTS Staff 3.4. Art Editor 4: CARDINAL Staff 2.3.4. Art Editor 3.4: Concert Band 1,2.3: Dance Band 1.2.3: National Thespian Society 3.4: Basketball 1.2: Homeroom President 1.4. Susi Lewis G.A.A. 1.2: Spanish Club 1: Talent Show 1.2.31 Travel Club 1.2: Chorus 1: Band 1: Student Coun- eil 1: Transferred as a junior from Hartland High School. Hartland. Wisconsin. Mixed Chorus Ari: Future Homemakers of America 1: 'wt '27 X I T 'W' MV'- 'G X l lhvid Masclxoff Distributive Education 3.4. Micki Mc-Claskey G.A.A. 1.2: Student Council 1: Motl- ern Dancing 2: Candidate for Sophomore class queen: Transferred as a junior from J. Sterling Morton High School, Cicero, Illinois. Mimi McDonald Sophomore Board: Triple S Club 2.3,4: National Forensic League 2.3.43 Debate 3,41 French Club 2.3.4. Secretary 4: Pep Club 1.2.3,-13 Talent Show 2,3,4: CARDINAL Staff 4. Tom McGlynn Swimming 1.2: Basketball 2: Visual Aid 1,23 Football 1: Ben Franklin Printing Club 3: Science Club 1: Cadet Band 1: Transferred as a junior from Carl Sehurz Township High School, Chicago. Illinois. Sandra Meidell Office guide 1: Spanish Club 1.2: Cafe- teria monitor 4: Transferred as a sophomore from Kel- vyn Park High School, Chicago. Illinois. Roger A. Meier Baseball 1: Basketball 1: Track 2: ln- tramural Basketball 4: Hall guide 4: Cafeteria monitor 4: Transferred as a sophomore from Mukwonago High School, Mukwonago, Wisconsin. 4 ,an 4--x. ti, fit 5. L Hu "5'.'I'T" 42, a d 1 3 1' -Quin . . at :Q .s J? la 7 4 i Q., 'f,..w 'X . A 1 . E- V E Q E. Q' 'I 4 sv 5 Y ,K 1 Jr liarhura Lind G..-LA, 1.2: Representative 1: Senior Board: llomeroom President 1: Piano 2: Ping Pong 1: CARDINAL Staff 3.4: Transferred as a sophomore from Steinmetz High School. Chicago. Illinois. Sandy Lindahl Treble Clef 2.3: Talent Show 4, Carol Luusmauu CARDINAL Staff 2.3.4. Business Manager 3.4: Orchesis 3.4: Spanish Club 2.3.4. Secre- tary 3: Seven Semester Honor Pin: Talent Show 1,2,3.4: Quill and Scroll 3.4: "No, No, Nanette" 4: Freshman Orientation 3, Patricia D. Lyons Four Semester Honor Pin: Treble Clef 2,3311 Freshman Girls' Chorus: Latin Club 2.3.4. Tom Lytle Band 1.2: Talent Show 4: Cafeteria moni- tor -l: Baseball 2, Mai-,iorie Ann MacCarron National Thespian Society 3.4. Vice President 4: Spring Play 1.2.3.-1: Fall Play 1.2.3,4: "Murder is Fun" 3: Talent Show 4: G.A.A. Tumbling.: 1.2: Freshman Girls' Chorus: Treble Clef 2. Linda Mann CARDINAL Staff 2,3.4. BuSin9Ss Mana- ger 3.4: lfuturc Teachers of America 4. Vice President: Spanish Club 2.3.4: Talent Show 1.2,3.4: Quill and Scroll 3.4: Seven Semester Honor Pin: Freshman Orien- tation 3: Treble Clef 4. accompanist. Jacob Marino Gymnastics 1,2.3: Camera Club 2. Iloreue Markus Freshman Girls' Chorus: Treble Clet 2: Dramaties 4: Library Club 4: Hall guide 4. in K ,Q x . . Harvey XV. Miller Pennsylvania Dutch Club: Newspa- per Staff 1, Art Editor: Transferred as a sophomore from Henry Houck High School. Lebanon. Pennsylvania. Marlene M. Miller Four Semester Honor Pin: Fresh- man Girls' Chorus: Treble Clef 21 Christmas Coneert 1,2. Richard C. Miller Senior Board: Football 2: Basket- ball 2: Traek 2: Four Semester Honor Pin. Robert Miller Baseball 2.3,-1: Transferred as a sopho- more from Henry Houck High School, Lebanon. Penn- Sylvania. Joyce Marie Mitchell HEIGHTS Staff 3.4: Treble Clef 1,2,3: Daubers' Club 2: G.R.A. 4: Summer Art Scholar- ship 3: Transferred as a freshman from Carl Sehurz High Sehool. Chicago, Illinois. Penny Mitchell A Cappella Choir 3,43 Freshman Girls' Ensemble: Talent Show 1,2.3: Operetta 1,4. Stuart J. Mogren Football 1. Dennis Moore Football 2: Track 1: Transferred as a junior from Tenafly High School. Tenafly. New Jersey. Xvalter Moritz, German Club 2: Homeroom President 4: Cafeteria monitor 4. ww' Iddu-ai-cl C. Mc-ink:-n Football 1,2,3.4: Basketball 1.3: Baseball 2,3,-1: CARDINAL. Staff 3: A Club 3,4. Joanne Mei-z Talent Show 4: Mixed Chorus Ll: Treble Clef 2.3: Freshman Choir: G,R.A. 4: Pep Club 1. Judith Meyer Quill and Scroll 3,41 Seven Semester Honor Pin: CARDINAL Staff 3.4. Copy and Exchange Editor -l: HEIGHTS Staff 2.4: Spanish Club 4: Talent Show 2,3: Paint and Wig 1.2: Freshman Orientation 2. Rosa-nmriu Meyer Four Semester Honor Pin: Fresh- man Girls' Chorus: Treble Clef 2: Mixed Chorus 3: A Cappella Choir 4: G.R.A. 1,4, Sports Head 4: Office guide 1,2: "No, No. Nanette" 4. Stuart C. Meyers Swimming 1: Baseball 3: Transferred as a junior from Hammond High School: Hammond. Indiana. John Page Middleton Student Council 1: Gymnastics 1: Sophomore Board: Wrestling 2: Ushers' Club 2.3.42 Talent Show 2: Cafeteria monitor 4: Homeroom Vice President 4. Jim Mott Tennis 1.2.3.4 Captain 4: Varsity Basketball manager 3.4: A Club 3.4: A Cappella Choir 3.-1: Ushers' Club 3: Talent Show 2.4: Cafeteria monitor -1. John W. Mruz French Club -1, Treasurer: CARDINAL Staff 4: National Forensic League 4: Student Council 1.3: Transferred as a junior from Steinmetx l-Iitzh School, Chicago. Illinois. Fred Mueller Band 1.2.3.4. James B. Murphy Intramural Basketball 2.4: Biology Club 1.2: Daubers' Club 1: Concert Band 3.4: Talent Show 4: Radio Club 1.3: Dance Band 4. Henry B. Neumann Bowling Intramurals 2: Distribu- tive Education 3.4. Tony Nt-unteufel Diversified Occupations 3.4, , K, if . L ,, . . " 1 ,f '35 . ,ei .Qxbiiiy H matte 1 1:-if-.2.-.- 4 5 1 - v YMESP Q37 5-9' V' rw Stan Norman Football 1.2: Basketball 1.2: Track 1.2.3.4: Swimming 3.4: A Club 2.34: Homeroom Vice President 2: Band 1.2: Talent Show 4. Luis Odriozola C. H. Visiting student from Mexico. Dennis Olson Basketball 1: Football 1.2: Track 1.2: Hi-Y 1.12.31 Canteen 1.2.3: Cafeteria monitor 4: Trans- ferred as a senior from St. Louis Park High School, St. Louis Park. Minnesota. Kathleen Orescan Latin Club 1.2.3.4: French Club 2.4: Math Club 2.4: Seven Semester Honor Pin: Chemistry Club 4: Bridge Club 3: Freshman Girls' Chorus: A Cap- pella Choir 3.4. Patricia Orirler G.A.A, 1: G.R.A, 4: German Club 2: Freshman Girls' Chorus: Mixed Chorus 2: A Cappella Choir 3.4: Girls' Gymnastics 2. Lee Pzuldoek Orchesis 2.3,4: Class Board 1.2.41 Home- room President 4: Talent Show 1,2.3: Hall guide 4: Cafeteria monitor 4: Freshman Girls' Chorus: Treble Clcf 2, Jack Palmer Football 1.2: Baseball 1.2: Ushers' Club 4: Cafeteria monitor 4: Intramurals 4. Judy Pam-k Spanish Club 2.4: Office guide 3.4: Fresh- man Girls' Chorus: Bridge Club 2: Girls' Club repre- sentative 1. loyce Ann Pareell Student guide 2: Girls' Gymnastics 1.2: Intramurals 1.12: Treble Clef 2.3: Mixed Chorus 4: Talent Show 4: Modern Dance 2. Vins Dave Price CARDINAL Stall 1.2.3.4: Camera Club all Band 1.2.3.4: National Forensic League -1. Don Pruyn Intramural Football 1.2.32 Baseball 1.2.31 Swimming 1.2: Basketball 1.23: Wrestling 1.2: Boxing 1.2: Transferred as a junior from Weber High School. Chicago. Illinois. Anthony Pununzio Edward F. Rube Senior Class President: Student Coun- cil 4: Football 1: Candidate for Homecoming King 4. Catherine E. Raef Latin Club 1.2.3.4: French Club 4: Math Club 1.2: Social Science Club 3: Four Semester Honor Pin: Bridge Club 3: Freshman Girls' Chorus: Treble Clef 2. Donna Rafiay Senior Board: Cafeteria monitor 4: Cheerleader 3: HEIGHTS Staff 4. CARDINAL Staff 2: National Thespian Society 3.4: Orehesis 3: Talent Show 1.2.3.4 Ed Pztschke Football 1: Baseball 1: Beginning Banci 1: Track 3. Chuck Petersen Freshman Class President: Football 1.2.41 Track 1.2: Choir 1.2.3.4: Homecoming King 4: Wrestling 1: Talent Show 12.3.43 Minstrel Show 1.2.3. Judith Peterson Cheerleading 1.2.3.4, Captain 4: Home- coming Queen 4: Class Treasurer 1.4: Orchesis 2.3.41 Talent Show 1.3,4: Student Council 3: Cafeteria moni- tor 4: D.A.R. Award 4. Tom Peterson Marching Band 1.2,3: Concert Band 1.2.31 Honor Roll 1.2.33 Intramural Basketball 4: Spring Concert 1.2.3: Transferred as a senior from Cathedral High School. Indianapolis, Indiana. Joanne R. Pfluger Future Homemakers of America 1: Latin Club 2: Future Nurses of America 4: Nurses' Aid 1.2. Carol Marie Piepenbrink G.A.A. 1: Future Home- makers of America 1: Beginning Band 1: Cadet Band 2: Girls' Gymnastics 2. Judith Ann Pistnrius Future Homemakers of Amer- ica l. Michael R. Pityer Audio-Visual Club 1: Aeronautics Club 1.2.3. Dun Allen Plank Football 1.2.3.4: WVr0stling 1.2.3.4: Baseball 1.2.3.4: Student Council 2,3.4: President 4: Homecoming King Candidate 4: Honor Society 3.4: Four Semester Honor Pin: Band 1.2. 'fb fa Wi. , ...M Alan Andrews Ragland Student Council 2: Minstrel Show 3: Talent Show -l: Football 1: Basketball 1.2. Richard Rapp Philip Rasmussen Cross Country 2: Track 2: Camera Club 4: Latin Club 1: Audio-Visual Club 1. Sherrell Reed Seven Semester Honor Pin: Orchesis 2.3,-4: Traffic Court Clerk 4: Mathematics Club 4. See- retary-Treasurer: Latin Club 2,3.4: Talent Show 2.3.-ii Pan Language Council 4: "No, No, Nanette" 4. Nick Rees Freshman Boys' Chorus: Mixed Chorus 2: A Cappella Choir 3.4: Tennis 2.3: Fencing 2. Ralph Richard Regnell German Club 1: Football 1: Cafeteria monitor 4: Transferred as a sophomore from Maine Township High School, Des Plaines, Illinois, John L. Revers Student Council 1.2: Football 1: Base- ball 1.2: Diversified Occupations 3.4, Vice President 4: Homeroom President 1.2. James K. Rickards Homeroom President -l: Student Council 1: Intramural Basketball 1: Rifle Team 2: In- tramural Football 1: Transferred as a junior from West Senior High School. Rockford, Illinois. Hazel Rickert Office guide 2,3.-l: Future Homemakers of America 1.2: Homeroom Secretary'-'I'rf-asurer 1.2. es 604 . '75-'V 4 nl kv 'E I 0 'Q hx' -. 6 :R his The liill Riedler Concert Band 1.2.3.-l: Marching Band 1.2.3.1 Iirinn Rollin Sheila Robertson CARIJINAL Staff 4: Glee Club 1.22 Dramatics Club 1: Talent Show 4: 'Transferred as a junior from Mallinckrodt High School, XVilmettc, Illinois. Gail Roselle Talent Show 2.3.-11 Spanish Club 2.3: Freshman Girls' Chorus: Pep Club 1.2.3-,4: CARDINAL Staff -l: Cafeteria monitor -l: Junior Board. Sharon Ann Rothenbnch Beginning Mixed Chorus 1,21 G.A.A. 1.2: Transferred as a junior from Lake View High School. Chicago. Illinois. Art Rnffinn Intramural Football 1.2: Intramural Track 1.2: Hall guide 4: 'Transferred as a senior from Lane Technical High School. Chicago, Illinois. Ruth Marie Rulinuw A Cappella Choir 4: Treble Clef 2.3: Future Homemakers of America 1: Pep Club 1. George Sampson Biology Club 1.2.3.4. President 41 Homeroom Vice President 2. Faith Samson Future Teachers of America 4: Triple S Club 2.3: Spanish Club 2.3,4: Talent Show 12.3.41 Minstrel Show 3: Pep Club I.2.3.4: Freshman Girls' Chorus: Cafeteria monitor 4. Tom Santarelli Tennis 3: Fencing 2: Freshman Board. Robert Sass Diversified Occupations -L: Fencing 2. H. Lynn Schaller Football 1.2: Basketball 1.2.32 Base- ball 1.2.3.4: Intramural Basketball -i: Cafeteria monitor 4: Transferred as a sophomore from Taft High School, Chicago, Illinois. fm Wayne Lloyd Schiff:-lb:-in Spanish Club 2, Treasurer: Yearbook Staff 3: Projection Club 1.2: Fire Marshall 2.3: Transferred as a senior from Lindblom High School, Chicago, Illinois. James R. Sehipper Football 1: Track 1: Sophomore Board: Talent Show 1.3.42 Minstrel Show 2.3: Concert Band 1.2: Intramural Basketball 2.3.42 Intramural Bowling 2.3.4. Daniel Seliock Gymnastics 1,2.3: Concert Band 1.2,3,4, Wendell Selwenlwck Future Farmers of America 2.3.41 Track 1. Rein Schumann Biology, Physics, Chemistry Club 2, Vice President: Baseball 2: Ticket Sales Club 2, Presi- dent: Hall monitor 2.4: Talent Show 4: Student guide -1: Transferred as a junior from Round Lake Commu- nity High School. Round Lake. Illinois. Sandra Schwaller Future Homemakcrs of America 1,23 Office guide 3.4: Cafeteria monitor 4, Bonnie Jean S4-hwantz Library Club 1: Spanish Club 2: Future Nurses of America 4. Arlene Schweigrerdt Spanish Club 2.4. Secretary 4: Four Semester Honor Ping Treble Clcf 2.3: Mixed Chorus 4: Pep Club 1,2.3.4: G.A.A. 1.2: Future Home- makers of America 1.2: Social Science Club 2.3, Nancy Len Scott Girls' Intramurals 1.2: Future Home- makers of America 1.2: Freshman Girls' Chorus: Treble Clcf 2. tg' W 19 'E' Betty Lon Shulse Talent Show 1.2: Library Club 1.2.3.-l. Seeretary 2.3: 1-IEICQIITS Staff 3: Junior Board: Freshman Orientation 2: Student Council 2.3: Pep Club 1.2: Homeroom President 1.2. Bn-rnadine Slmmaker Front-h Club 2.3: Girls' Gymnas- ties 1: Talent Show 1.2: G.A.A. 1.2, Sports Head 2: Pep Club 1.2: Offiee guide 3.4: Freshman Orientation 2: Bridge Club 2. Robert Siegel Sophomore Class President: Student Couneil 2.3: National Honor Society 3.4: Debate 1.2.3.-l: CARDINAL Staff 3.-i. Feature Editor 4: Latin Club 1.2.3. Consul 2: Choir 1.2.33 Quill and Seroll 3.4. Judith Sigwart Homeroom President 1: Pep Club 1: G.A.A. 1.2: G.R.A. 4: Intramurals 1.2.3.fl: Freshman Girls' Chorus 1: Treble Clef 2: Mixed Chorus 3: A Cappella Choir 4. Andrew Sim Jr. Com-ert Band 2.4: Pep Band 2.1: Camera Club 1.2.4, President 4: Wrestling manager 2.3: Cafeteria monitor -l: German Club 4: Offiee guide 3. Keith Sims Astronomy Club 1.2.41 Chemistry Club 2.-l: lVlath Club 2.4: Tennis 3.4: Intramural Football 2: In- tramural Tennis 2: I-'our Semester llonor Pin, Gerald Sinelair Traek 2.3.12 CARDINAL Staff Al: I-'reneh Club 4: Pan Language Couneil -l: Camera Club -1: Talent Show -l: Basketball 2.3: 'Transferred as a senior from St. Edward High Sehool. Cleveland. Ohio. Marilyn Skaeh Orehesis 1.2: Freshman Board: Tal- ent Show 1.2.-1: Minstrel Show 2: Daubers' Club 2: See- retary: Freneh Club 2: Freshman Girls' Chorus: Treble Clel' 2. Dean Skadberg: Football 1.2.3.-l: Baseball 1.2.,l: Bas- ketball 2,3.4: A Club 3.4. Treasurer 4: Student Council 1.2.3.4. Homeeoming ehairman tt: Band 1.2.3.-4. at 1 Stephen Scott Traek 13 Homeroom Vice President 1.2: "Our Town" 3: :Ring Round the Moon" 4: Latin Club 1: Spanish Club 2: Mixed Chorus 3: A Cappella Choir 4 2.3.4. Donald Si-ef Donald Sem-gers Beginning Band: Freshman Boys' Chorus: Organ 3.4: Junior Board: Cafeteria monitor 4. Sharon Sellnrs National Thespian Society 3.4, Secre- tary-Treasurer: Y-Teens 1.2.33 G.A.A. 1: Transferred as a senior from Bosse High School, Evansville. Illinois. Sharon Serine Future Hornemakers of America 13 G.A.A. 1: Treble Clef 2.3: Pep Club 1. Ron Shoemake Football 1.2.3.4: Track 3: VVrestling 3: A Club rl: Talent Show 4: Transferred as a junior from Osborn High Sr-hool. Manassas, Virginia, mm te., ,J ,op ?4-.Q MCPY' xadi Y"'? 'asf' .1 1 Avery Smith Seven Semester Honor Pin: Baseball 2: Football 2: Hall monitor 3,43 Intramural Basketball 2.4: Intramural Bowling 1: Parking lot monitor 3: Transferred as a sophomore from Peoria Central High School, Peoria, Illinois. VVM-ren Irvin Smith Senior Class Traffic Court Judge: Cadet Band 1: Concert Band 2.3.41 Biology Club 2,341 Football 2: Vlfrestling 1: Track 2: German Club 2.4. Linda Ann Sprutt Freshman Girls' Chorus, President.: Mixed Chorus 2: A Cappella Choir 3.4: Vice President 4: Homeroom President 2, Vice President 1: Student Couneil 2: Pep Club 12.3.41 Board fl: "No, No. Nan- ette" 4: Minstrel Show 1.2.3. Donald Stzidelman A Club 3.4: Tennis 2.3.4: Seven Semester Honor Pin: Athletic Scholarship Trophy 3: Explorers' Club 4: Class Board 2.3: Basketball 2, Mana- ger 13 Hall guide 4. Janet A. Steil Senior Board: Orehesis 1.2: Pep Club 1.2.3,4, Board 4: Triple S Club 4: Talent Show 1.24: Cafeteria monitor 4: Homeroom Secretary 1: G.A.A. 1.2. Mnry Ann Stenluorg Freshman Girls' Chorus: Spanish Club 2: Treble Clef 2.4: Pep Club 1,2.3.4: Social Seienco Club 4. Lynn Stnlley Electronics Club 4. Donald Struuwald Distributive Education 4. Gail Veronica Streicli Choraliers 3.4: A Cappella Choir 3.4: Mixed Chorus 2: Homeroom Sec-retary-Treasurer fl: Junior Board: Triple S Club 2,3,4: Latin Club 1.2: Pep Club 2.3.4: Social Science Club -1. 'HQ' with VJ' .W Charlotte Strener German Club 2.4: Future Home- makers of America 1: Pep Club 2: Freshman Girls' Chorus: Pan Language Council 4: Cafeteria monitor 4: Four Semester Honor Pin, Beverly Jean Swanson Freshman Girls' Chorus: Treble Clef 2.3: A Cappella Choir 4: Student guide 2: Future Homemakers of America 1: District Music Contest 2: Cafeteria monitor 4: "No. No. Nanette" 4, Joseph Stephen Tnbucik Football 1: Ushers' Club 1.2: Biology Club 4: Cafeteria monitor 4: Student guide 2: Talent Show 4. Jiulitli Ann Tnllitseh G.R.A. 4: Mixed Chorus 4. Carole Ann Taschc G.R,A. Basketball Sports Manager 4: Four Semester Honor Pin: Intramurals 1,2.4. John Taylor Audio-Visual 1: Ushers' Club 4. aiu, 5' 3- Virginia Anne l'hIhorn Freshman Girls' Chorus: Tre- ble Clef 2: Mixed Chorus 3: A Cappella Choir el: Spanish Club 4. Marcia Yllrick Nurses' Aid 3. Sally van Oosten A Cappella Choir 3.4: Treble Clef 2: Freshman Girls' Chorus: Spanish Club 3: CARDINAL Business Staff 3.-iz Talent Show 4: "No, No. Nam-tie" 4: Pep Club 1.2. Dan vittlllll Football 1.2.3.4. All Conference Team -1: Basketball 1.2.3.-l: Baseball 1.2.3.4, All Conference Team 3: A Club 2.3.4. President 4: National Honor Soviety 3.-1: Freshman Class President: Student Council 1.3.-l: Seven Semester Honor Pin. John R. Vouden Tennis 1.2: Band 1.2.3. Robert !Vuddell Tennis 1.2: Intramural Basketball 2: Basketball 1. . Hi.'r15..lf W' if-1. P' Jarkie Ti-mplin Daubers' Club 2: Office guide 3.4: Modern Ilanee 12: Intramurals 1.2. Thoznas Tliaekery l-'ootball 1.2.3.-l: Baseball 1.2.31 Wresilim: 2.3.4: A Club -i: Junior Class Vice President: Basketball 1: llonieroom President 4: Band 1.2. Marilyn Kay Tholnn Transferred as a junior from York Community High School. Elmhurst. Iliinois. Charles YY. Thomsen Basketball 1.2: Track 1.2: March- ing Band 2.3,-l: Dance Band 2.3,4: Concert Band 2.3.41 Music Festival Band 3.-1. Gerald XY. Tlmn Junior tioardg Diversified Occupa- tions 4. Alba-rt Till Talent Show 3.1: Honierooni Vice Presi- dent 2.4: Wrestling 1: Cafeteria monitor -i: Organ 2.3.4. Linda 'I'imniei-innii Library Club 1.2.3,-i. Treasurer 3: Paint and XX'ig 1.2: G.A.A. 1.2: Chorus 1.2: Horseback Riding Club 3: GR..-X. Intramural Chairman 4: Mod- ern Danee 4. llnthninry 'Fowniey Pep Club 1.2: G.A.A. 1.2: G.R.A. -l: Spanish Club 2: Triple S Club 4: Horsebaek Riding Club 3. Mary Townsend Freshman Girls' Chorus: Pep Club 1.2: Mixed Chorus 2.3: A Cappella Choir 4: Cafeteria monitor -l. w..:..:l , 40- Wil' I l .34-Wx i . f Q' :- i K., 115 Larry Webber Baseball 1.23.41 Football 1.2: Basket- ball 1.3: Student Council 1,2.4: Senior Board: Sopho- more Class Vice President: Four Semester Honor Pin: HEIGHTS Staff 4. Bernard I.. Weidner Gymnastics 1.2: Football 1.2: Fu- ture Farmers of America 1.2.33 Wrestling 1.2. Paula WVei:.:el Spanish Club 4: Art Club 4: Library Club 4: Freshman Girls' Chorus: Girls' League repre- sentative 1: Transferred as a sophomore from Proviso High School. Nlaywood. Illinois. Judith Weisenbnch Class Board 2.3: Orchesis 1.2.3.4: Color Guard 2.3.4: Triple S Club 2.3: Spanish Club 2.3: Pep Club 1.2.3.4: G.A.A. 1.2. Lorraine Lei- YYeiss Future Nurses of America 4: Nurses' Aid 2.4: Latin Club 2.3. Ann Elizabeth XVhitc-ley Junior Class Treasurer: Girls' Club President 4: Talent Show 1.2.3.4 Co-chairman 4: Student Council 1.4: G.A.A. 1.2. Secretary-Treasurer 2: Spanish Club 2.3: Pep Club 1,2.3.4: Minstrel Show 3. Robert N. Wikstrom Football 1.3: Wrestling 1: Hall guide 4: Cafeteria monitor 4: Talent Show 3.4: Ushers' Club 4: College Night Committee 4: Golf 1.2. Nancy Wvilkinson HEIGHTS Staff 2.3.4. Co-copy Editor 41 Senior Class Secretary: Cheerleading 4: Orchesis 2.3.4: Color Guard 3: Quill and Scroll 3.4: Homecoming Queen Candidate 4: Four Semester Honor Pin. Robert J. Willa Intramural Bowling 1: Gymnastics 1.2: Baseball 2: Football 1: Wrestling 1. John Gregory Kvnyrner Latin Club 2.3.4. Board 3. Con- sul -1: Library Club 1.2.3.4. President 4: Football 1. Judi VYulpolo CARDINAL Staff 1.2: G.A.A. 1.2: Pep Club 1,2.3: French Club 3: Social Science Club 3: Cafe- teria monitor 4. Marilyn Wargra Library Club 1: Pep Club 1.2: Office guide 4. Glen Wnrteuberg Diversified Occupations 3.4. Vice President. Lynn Eve Wnsku National Forensic League 2: Library Club 2: Immaculata Athletic Association 1.2: Trans- ferred as a junior from Immaculata High School. Chi- cago. Illinois. Lee Watson National Honor Society 3.4. President 4: Chemistry Club 2.4. President 4: Astronomy Club 1.2.34 President 2.3: Math Club 2.-1. Vice President: German Club 4. President: Library Club 2.3: Track 1: Tennis 3.4. 40" B.. falgifq' llobvri L'. D'illg:s-n liarhura NViniargki Future Homuniakurs of Ann-ric-:x 1.12: l"r1-nrh Club 2: Offic-Lf guirlr- -l. Karnn NYoId4-n Spanish Club 3: SL-VL-n Solnvslur Ilnnor Pin: 'I'ransl'1-rrocl as a junior frnm Ruynl 0511: High School. Royal Oak. Michigan. Duruthee Shing: German Club -I: Scvrotziry. Latin Club 4: G.R,A. -1: Visiting stuclvnt from Germany. Gary Ynunp: National Honor Society 3.-1: Math Club 4. President: Com-L-rt Band 1.2.31 Orc-hvstrn 12.3.41 S1-vm-n Semester Honnr Pin: Chemistry Club 4, Vic-0 Prvsirls-nl: Tennis 1.2: Fronch Club 4. Deanna Ziebvll Orchestra 2.3-.4: Troblv Clef 2: "No. Nu. Nam-tru" 4: Freshman Girls' Ensemble: Pl-p Club 1: G.A.A. 1: Tala-nt Show 1,3: Minstrvl Shmx' 1. Al thru-v all is Charms. as illuslmtn-cl by Liu-so lulppy-go-lm-ky svniol' vlmmclcrs, who clvli5.:h1. at Liu- inviu- to a real fahtabulous car party. Seniors Noi' Piciu red Donald Alh-rggnlf Donald Armentruut Dvnnis liallering Jann-s 'I'. Calvy Carol J. Cavallalllrll lflll-anur Cnrlvr Doris Denny D1-nnis I-Illgollcillg Jalan W. Fisr-lu-r I-'lon-111-0 Gvisvn Tc-d lin-ucaris Janwea Halvn-rson Richard Hartmann Judith Ann Loaf Allan lmvv-I4-ws l'4-114-Inpv Jana U'Ne liill l'alnu-r Gem- Straus June, and they're busting out all over! The seasons have passed quickly for these seniors, who proeiaim. t'We made it!" CLIMAX 1 JU i'The seasons come, the seasons go, in colorful re- view," and as spring slowly turned into summer, the school year at Arlington drew to a close. The carefree mood of june took hold of AH, and the class of '57 came to the climax of four years of work and planning-graduation. To the freshmen, sophomores, and juniors, June brought the termination of another year's work and more time to do the things they somehow hadn't done in the ast. For the seniors. this end was reall onl a beginning P f Y Y D C3 for thev were now re ared to 0 out on their own to ivv . P P S . halls or Jorts of call. l When they donned their caps and gowns, the seniors bid farewell to school days at Arlington and took a final look at the brick building in which they had spent many of their happiest days. In reality they can never relive those days, but as each goes his way in the world, the memories of seasons past will remain, for these memories have become 21 part of the students who have lived them, With un air of joy and sadness. seniors Betty Shuise, Alan Ragland, Gt-ne Freeman. Avery Smith, Carole Fineh sign their last HEIGHTS. Jar' ff Wff' V ' W AQ- 4 fzf 5 wr z v . Q V f .W Y ' -. ji x "" Ill nw X X! .HX V I I si.. K X' .' i x R 5. X' I f . 5 f , , 4zL, 2, K I , 0 ' 'a fx 51251. X R 'I . 1. 3, V A Cappella Choir .,...., A Club ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, Aeronautics Club ...... . Astronomy Club ....,. Audio-Visual Club ...... . Baseball .................. Basketball .,,.... Biology Club .,l,......,,..l Board of Education ,.,,,, Cadet Band .....,....,.. Camera Club ,,,........ CARDINAL Staff ..,.... Cheerleaders ....,.,... Chemistry Club ...,..l Christmas Concert ....... Choraliers ..........,... Color Guard ...,.., Cooks ..........,........ Concert Band ........ Cross Country ..... , Custoclians ...... . Dance Band ...,.,. Daubers' Club ,,.,. . Debate ,.,,,...ii,,, ,,,,,,,,,, Distributive Education ,,,,. ., Dix' 1'1' sifiecl Occupations Dramatics ,,,,......,.......... Electronics Club ,..,, lraculty .....,,.....,,.. Football ,.,,..,,.., French Club ..........,.. Freshman Boys' Chorus ., Freshman Class .,.,,,. Freshman Girls, Chorus ,,.... , Freshman Girls' Ensemble ...,. . Future Farmers of America ,.,,.....,. F11ture Homemakcrs of America Future Nurses of America .,......... Future Teachers of America ..... 142 Nativity 58 80 231 23 110,111 82,83 22 19 32 74 104,105 36,37 75 64 60 21 30,31 34 21 30 74 54 27 26 55 76 66-71 36-39 103 61 9-16 62 62 2-1 72 72 Index German Band ...,,.. German Club ..,,. Golf ,,,,....,,,,,,,, G.R.A. .,... . Gymnastics . Harmonettes ...... Health Services .... . HEIGHTS Staff ....... Homecoming ..... Intramurals .....,,. Junior Class Latin Club ,.,.,... Library Club ...,... Math Club ........ Mixed Chorus .......,.......... National Forensic League ..,.... National Honor Society .. National Thespian Society Operetta .,.,...,.,........,.. Orchesis ......, Orchestra .....,,. Pep Club .............., Quill and Scroll ...,.. Secretaries ,,,,...,..... Senior Class ,.,,......., Social Science Club ....... Sophomore Class ,... Spanish Club ,,,,.. . Stuclent Council ...... Supply Store Talent Show .. Tennis .,.... l rack ,,.........,.,,,.. Traffic Court ....... Treble Clcf ..,1..,. Triple S Club ....... Twirlers .,,..,.,,, Ushers' Club ...... Wrestling ..... 31 102 114 79 85 59 106, 107 .. 40.43 78 93-100 103 73 76 59 55 108 55 28 29 32 81 108 20 116-139 101 .. 47-53 102 87 57 33, 89 112 113 86 60 101 29 80 84 Black. James 133 .....,.., Ackerlund, Judy 123 ...., .49 A Adam. Scott 133 .,., 55.59.84.93.95.110 Addy, James 113 ,.....,,,,,, .,..,....,.... 1 1.73 Addy, Joyce 123 .,.......... ,,..,,...,.. ..,., 4 9 Ahnier, Don 123 ....,,,,,...., 38.49.87.113 Ainslie. Diane 123 ,.,,., Allen, John 113 .....,.,.. Allison, Beverly 143., Allison, Gloriann 133... Allison. Allison. Alongi, Mary 113 ..,,,,,, Sandy 143 .,.... Donald 113 ........ Altergott. Dennls 113 ...,...,..47,49.60 , A,,,,........,,,, ,.118 .,..,.,..60,95.102 .,,,..,.118 ,..., .,16 Altergott. Donald 143, ....... .118 Altvatter. Sheila 133 ,,,,,,, ...,...... 9 5 Aniann. John 133 .......,... Amberg. Tom 133 ,....,,,84.95 Amundson, Gloria 143 ,,,.,... .,....., 1 18 Student index Barry. Rosemary 113 ....... Bartle. Vincent 113... Barzano. Bill 123 .,,.,., Basler. Donna 123 ....,,., Batts. Richard 123 .,.,... Bauer, Eugene 133 ....,,,,, ,..,.,..11.5l ,.,.,...11,813 , ,,49 ...,,,,..49.113 .,......27,95 Bauer, Joy 133 .....,,,,.....,......... 59.95.1131 Baumann, Carol 143 ..........,.,,..,. 7-1.118 Baumann. Jerry Baumet, Darlene 113 ......,. 113 ,,,,, ..,...11 Bjorgo. Sandra 143, ,....,... 58,102,119 Bjorklund, Bruce 133 ,.,.,., ,,,82.87.95 ..,.......26,95 Baumet. Pat 133 ......,....,,,,,,, ,...95.101 Bayne, Carol 113 ,,,,...,.,.......... ....,,..,.. 1 1 Bear. Nancy 133, ......... 59.95.101.103 Beasley, George 133 .,,.,............... 60,95 Beaurline. Mary 133 ,,,,........,...,,,,,,,, 95 Becker, Ronald 133 ....., ,..,...,.,... 2 7.95 Beckman. John 113 ,,,,............ 11.38.82 Beckway. Grayce 123 ...,,, 49.60.74,103 Bedingfield. Jane 143 .,,,..,.. ....., , 1118 Black, Thomas 123 ......... . ......,,. 49 Blake. Jim 113 ..........,. Blanchard. Bob 123 ....... Blaschke. Ronne 143 .......,, Blecke. Juanita 123 .......119 Bleile, John 123 .,,,.....,...,... ,,.,,,,. ......, 4 9 Blomquist, Donald 113 .,.............. ,,,16 Blose. Diana 133.. ,..........,, 60.72.7995 Blueberg. Jeannie 113 .,,............. 10.11 Blum, Alan 113 ,,..,.....,.... ,...,..,.... 1 1 Boden. Kathleen 113 Bodor. Kathleen 123 .,,,.......... 16.49.60 Boeche, Penny Ann 113 ,.,,. ..,.......... 1 6 Boehne, Stanley 123 ......,........,,,, 24.49 Boehner. John 123 .......... 38.49.83,113 Brumit, Ellen 133 ......... ..,...,.95 Brumit. Louella 143, .... ....... ...,,,, 1 1 9 Brunberg, James 113, ,,,..,............., 11 Brunner, Dave 133 .... 30.31.32,95.110 Brunner. Joyce 113 ....,,,.,,,,...,.... 11,62 Bruseato. Fran 113 ............. , .,.,... 9,11 Bruscato, Jim 133 ...,...., ........ 9 5 Bruser, Susan 113 Bryant. Rob 113, ....,....,.......,.,....,,, 11.91 Bryngelson, Mary Ellen 113 .... 11.62 Bucher. Sherman 123 .,..,. 24.38.4980 Buekeridge. Charles 123 .,.,.......,...... 49 Buckle, Jane 123 .............. Buckley. Rich 113 ......,.,,,. ........49 Bugielski, Gerilyn 113 ,..,.,,....,.... 11.62 Bedford, Fred 113 ............. ,,.,, . ,, ,,.. ..11 Beeks. Ronald 113 ..,....... ,.,...,. 11,38 Behning. Joanne 113 ...,.... ,,.,.,.,., 1 1 Behm, Tom 133 ,.....,.....,. Behrendt. Keith 113 ..,.,,.,,. Behrens. Erwin 133 ........,, Behrens, Janet 133 ,....,,, Beigel. David 133,...., Beigel. Marcy 113 ..,... Beier, Elaine 123 ....,... Beisler. Norma 133 ........,,, ,. Bell. Fred 113 Bell, John 143 .....,,... Bell, Sue 113 ......,.,,..... ,..........11.62 49.60.101 .,59,93,95 ...... .118 Boekhoff, Mary 113 ,,................,,..,.,. 11 Boettger. Edward 123 Bohaty. Pat 113 .............., ,....., ,,., 1 1 Bohnert, Kay 133 Bolas, Bruce 133 .........,.,,,,,.... 75.76.95 Bolliger. Dennis 113 ,........, ,, ,.,. ....16 Bollmann. Bob 113 .......,...,,......,,, 11,32 Bolsinger. Randall 123 .....,,,.,,. 49.103 Bonn, Jerry 123 .........,..,,,,.. 38.49.8084 Borg. Laurene 113 ........... ,.,,...........,, 1 1 Borgen, Danny 133, ...,,, Bork, George 113 ......... ..... ..,...58,95.110 11.158.82.110 Borman. VVally 123 ....,., ,......... .,.. 4 9 .80 Born, Marcia 123 ..,...., ......... ,.,, ...... 4 9 Boscamp, Carol 113 .....,, Bostian, Sharon 133 .,..,.. Bothwell. Jim 113 ...,.,,11.62. , ........ 95 Bott, Carol Anne 113, .,.... ......., , ,.16 Bower, Nancy 123 ,,.,,.,,.. ...,.,,,,,49.60 Buick. Pat 123 .......... ,... . . ......... 38,49 Bunn. Julie 133 ......... ...., , 220.95 Bunn, Laurie 113 .,.,,.... .......,,.. 1 1 Bunn, Russell 113 .....,.,. .,....., 1 1 Bunnel. Fred 123 .................. ........... 4 9 Burditt, Pal 113 ......,........ , ,.A,.....,.,.-. 11 Buren, Dave 123 .,,,...... 36.-19,80,84.113 Burfeind. Raymon d 133.,23.30,80.95 Burgess, Buzz 133 ....,.......,. 28.85.9395 Burgess, Douglas Burgess, Priscilla 113 ,...,, ............... 1 1 133 ....55,58,95,105,103 Burgin. Jim 113 ..,.................,. .--.- ,,,.-- 1 1 Burkart, Dick 133 Burke, Jack 113 .,..., ,.... Burke, Judy 113 ......,.,,.---- ,........11.62 Burkwcst, Kathy 123, .,.,.....,..,.. 49,103 Burnett. Ginger 113 ...,... Brodahl. Karen Andersen. Carol 123.. ,,,,,, ...,49 Andersen. John 133 ,.,. ,,,.,,.. 34,95 Andersen. Lars 133 ,,,,,,,,,, ,.....,.., 9 5 Anderson. Bob J, 133 ....,......,,... 36.95 Anderson. Bob W, 113 ,,,,,,,,,,, ,,...,,, 1 1 Anderson, Carol June 133 ........ 95,102 Anderson, Earle 113 ,....,.,,. .,.,,,,,,, 1 1 Anderson Jack 113 ........,..,,..,.,,.,,,,,, 11 Anderson Joan A, 113 ,.,,,,,,,,.,.,,,.,., 11 Anderson Joan E. 143 ...... 87.116.118 Anderson. John 133..31.3-1.8O.82,87,95 Anderson, Karen 113 ,....,.,,......... 11,62 Anderson Marian 143., ,.....,,......... 118 Anderson Nancy Kay 113 ............ 11 Anderson Paul 123,. .........,.,,,,,,.,,,,, 49 Anderson Pete 133 ..,,...., .,,.,,.... 9 5,113 Anderson Phyllis 1331, ,,,,,,,,,, ,.,,..95 Anderson, Richard A, 113 Anderson. Richard C. 113 .... 11.32.85 Anderson, Ron 113 ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 11,32 Anderson. Sandra Sue 113 ,,,.,., ,.,,, 1 1 Andrew. Bill 113 ,,,, ,,,, Angellotti, Al 123 Angeloff, Pat 133... , ,,........11.38,80 Anson, Wes 113 ,,,,,,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, ,,,.,,,,, 1 6 Appleyard, Myron 123. ,.,,.,..,... 49.112 Armentrout, Don 143 ,,,.,,, 4,,,,,,,A1,,,, 2 7 Askelof, Lee 133 .... ....,. Augsburger. Joyce 143, .,........36.84.95 ,,.,,,.....108.118 Austin, Bernard 113, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, ,,,11 Averill, Don 113 ...,.......,.......,., 11,3282 Averill, Eleanor 123 ,,.... 49,60,103,107 Bachar. Bruce 113 ,...., . Bader, Barb 143,,, ,,,, Bader, Richard 123 ,,,,,, Bahr, Linda Rae 133.. , ..16 ....,.,,57,73,118 ,.......38,49.113 , .,.. ,,,, 2 0,715.95 Bowman, Clinton 113 ......,,,,,. 11.61.75 Bowman. Larry 143 .....,...... ,.55.58,119 Bown. Judy 133 ..,.,,,,.,.. 28.29.58,94,95 .........11.62 Burns, Lorelei 133 ..-..,, --,-----,-- 9 5 Busse, Gloria 113 .....,,. -,-,,.----- 1 1 Busse. Jay 113 ........,.... ,---,---- 1 1,32 Busse, Karen 113 ......,,. .,,...--,.- 1 1 Busse, Pat 113,,, .....,.,,.., ...,,.,....,, . ,11 Busse, Sandra 113. ,.....,.,.........-..-,A,--, 11 Bussert, Virginia 123 .......,., 49.59.10-1 Bellmore, Ed 123 ....... .....,,,, , ,.49 Benedetti, Rita 143.,. .... ,,.59.118 Benevich. Alan 113 ,.......,,,,,,,. 11.30.31 Bengson. Judie 123,,, ,.,.,.,..,.....,,,,,, ,49 Bennett. Bill 113 ,...,....... ,.,,,,.......... 1 1 Bennett, Bob 123 .....,.. ,,,,,,, 4 83.83.110 Bennett. Jean 123 ,...... ,,,, ,...,....,. 4 9 Benrud, Jon 123 ......... .,.,,,, -1 9.83110 Benson. Bonnie 123 .........,,,,,., 29.47.49 Benson. VVilliam 143 .,,,......,.,...,,.,,, 119 Ber. Mike 113 ....., ,1.,.,.. ,,,,.,.,.,... 1 1 Berg. Ancly 113 ...,.,... Berg, Bob 133 ,...... .........,.11,32 .........75.85.95 Berg, Elinor 113 ....,, .. .....,,,. 11.36.62 Berg, Howie 133 ,.........,...,....,.. 36,813.95 Berg. Jack 123 ..,....,,,,,........,.,,,,,,, ,,,... 4 9 Berg. Kathy 123 ...,,,,,.,.. 49,60.11l2.106 Berg. Robert 113 Berge, Louise 113 .,........,,,,...,., 11.26.62 Boyland. Gloria 143 ,....,.,58,1133,105,108,116,110 Bozovsky. Larry 123 Bracken, Bonnie 113.., , ....,..... 113.11 Bahr, Lucille 1-13 ,,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 118 Baker, Jack 133 ......,......,.,.,,..,,,., ,,,,95 Baker, Karen 133 ,,,. ...,.,, 30 .93,95.101 Baker. Nancy 123.. ,.,,,.,.,,,,,..,,.......... 49 Baker. Sandra Lee 143..22.59.95,118 Bakke. Howard 123 ,.,.,... Bergmann, Barbara 133 Bergner, Ronald 113. ..,,,... . Bergstrom, Toni 113 ,..,... ,,,11 , ,,,.... 11 Bernard. Glenn 113 ,.,,.,,.. ..,, , 111.61 Berndt. Terry 113 .,..... ...,.,, Berngen. Douglas 113 ,,...,... B1-rsehet, Bob 133 ............, , Bersted. Bruce 123 ,,,,,,. . Bertl1old, Carol 113 ..... ..,. Bcrtok. Bonnie 123 ,....... Bertok. Steve 113 Bertseh, Phil 113 ....... , ,,11 ,, ...... 11 ....,..11 Bradle. Barb 113 .,..,,.,..... .,,,,,......... 1 1 Bradley, Bobbie 143 ,,,......,,,, ,,.30.1l9 Bradley, Lee 113,,, ,,,,...,......., 11,151.75 Bradley. Mary Jane 143 .,....,,....,,,. 119 Bradshaw, B'Ann 123 ..,,,,. ..... ,....,... 4 9 Brandon. Carl 113 ...,,,...,...... ,,.,..,....,, 1 1 Brant, Jane 143 ,............, 29,59.108.119 Bratkovic, Albert 123 ...........,.......... 49 Breust, George 123 .......,,,,,,,,. 49,80,110 Brewer, Patricia 143 ........,,.,,.,, ,.... 1 19 Brice. Mary 133 ,....,......, , Brine, Mary Jane 133 ,.... Brinke. Joanne 113 ...., Broadwell. Jill 123 ,,,..., ..,..,.,.,,95.104 ....,...29n-19,58 Brocato, Robert 143 ....,,......,...., 26,119 Broderick. Tom Broeske, Larry Brohm. Donald Brohm. Robert Brond. Donna 113 Brooke, David 133 ..... , 113, ,,.,,, 143 ,..... 113 ......,, 123 .....,.,.. 29.35,49.59 123 .....,........ ,. , ,,...,.49 .....,.,T5.119 ,...,..ll.23 .......29.95 Buttenob, Pam 123 ,........ ....22.49,105 Butterfield. Keith 123... ..,. 49-33-112 Butts, David 133 .,...,.,,.--- , ,-,---- 7951113 Bycroft, Carol 123 ,...,..., ,.29.49.73.102 gym-S. Bob 113 ......., ,....,.,,, A 1.... ....11 Byhring, Lorelei 143 .,,.,,. C 59,103,119 Cagann, Robert 1-13 ......... 156,80-120 Cagle, Carole 113 Cairns, Patricia 113 .,....,. -.---,-. 1 5 Caley. James 143 Callans, Tom 113 .,..,.,....,.. ., ,.,.. 16 Caltagirone, Sam 133 ..,..,,....,.... , ..... 95 Cameron. Larry 133 .,,,,....., 95.105 Camm, Donna 113 .,,...,..,,, .,11 Campbell. Jerry 113 ..,.......... ...... 1 1,32 Campbell. Karen 123 ....... .,...... . A9 Cangelosi, Joseph 113 ,,., Cargill. Peggy 133 ,.,...... Carl, Barbara 143 ..,.,.... ,......,.59.95 ...,.....120 Banach. Charlotta 123. Ball. Susan 133 .......,.,.... Baller-ing. Dennis 143 Balling, Dave 123 .....,,,. Ballou, Don 113 ....,,....,., ,, .,,., ,.58,T9.95 .......11 Ballou. Sandra 113 .,...,,.... ,....., 6 2 Banach. Janet 113. .,,.. . ,,,,,,....,,...11,62 Barbour. Bob 123..38.47,49.83.87.113 Bardaeh. Richard 113 .,,,,.,.,.,., ,,.,..,. 1 1 Barker. Pat 123 .........,.....,..,,....,.,. 49.60 Barker, Roland 113 Barnes, Georgia 143.,..57,T2.103.118 Barnes. Ronald 113., ,,,,,,.,,.,., 9.11.1112 Barnhill, Janice 133 ,........ ,,,,, .....,.,. 9 5 Barrett, Barron, Gail 133 Barb 123 ...,..... Broseoe. Sue 133 ......,.,..., ......... 9 5 Brovant. Harley 113 Best, John 133 .......,...,, ....... 9 5 Best, Karen 113 ,,,,,...,.,... ...,,,,.., 1 1 Best. Mary Ellen 113 .....,. ,,,..,. . 11.62 Betts, Carla 113 .,,.,.....,.. ........... 1 1.62 Beyer. Art 123 .,....,..,.,. ,,,.,., 3 2.453.113 Bialo. Charles 113 Bialo. Robert 113 .,.,...... , ,..,, 16 Biek. Ted 143 ...,...,.. .......,., .....,., 1 1 9 Biederstadt. Julie 133 ...,,,, ....,.,.,. 9 5 Bielinski. Bill 123 ...,....,......., ...,, , 49 Bielinski, Mary Ann 133 ......., ..,,... 9 5 Bierleln. Hanni 133 Bierma, Harry 113 .,..,... Bill. Melanie 113 .....,.....,,., Billy, Allen 113 .......,............. Bisehof, Phyllis Gay 113 Bjorgo. Jim 123 ....,., ....,..11 ,,,..,11 11.62.7859 Brown. Ann 133 .....,,.31.32,79,87,95,101,103,104 Brown, Diane 113 ,..., ,,,..,,.........,...,.,. 1 1 Brown. Di Ann 123 ...........,.,,,,..,...... 49 Brown, Douglas 133 ,,,..,,, ,......., 9 5 Brown. Mary 113 ..,........,. .,.,..... 1 1 Brown, Richard 113 Brown Sue 123 ,..,......,.,..,,,...,,,....,..... 49 Brown Thurston 133 .... 30,31,80,112 Brownell, Glynn 113 ,..,,,,, ,.,,., 1 1.62,74 Brownell. John 143 .,.. 80,110.111,119 Browning, Jerry 113 .,.. .,..,,....,.,...... 1 1 Bruhn, Robert 113 ..,....,.....,..,.........,. 11 Brumit. Betty 123 ...,.... ,,,..,... 4 9 Carl. Sally 123 ....,.......,.......,............,, 49 Carlino, Ralph 133 ,...,........... 80.84.95 Carlisle, Ann 123 ........ 47,49,60,73,103 Carlsen, Joan 123 .......................,..... 49 Carlson, Don 133 ..,..,.,.....,.,,. 30.95.112 Carlson, Fred 113 ..,,.... ,..,.............. 1 1 Carlson. George 133 ,.............,..... 84.95 Carlson. Judy 133 ..,,............ 60.95.101 Carlson, Judyann 133 ...................... 95 Carman, Bob 133 ....,.,,,..........,.,.,.. 85.95 Carrozza, Carole Ann 113 ,......,...... 11 Carstens, Donn 133 ,...,..........,.... 23.95 Carter, Carol 133 ........,.,.............,,,,.. 95 Carter, Susi 143 .,., 29,102,105.108.120 Cary. Diane 113 .,......,...,,..........,... 11,62 Cashin. Tom 113 ...,....,,....... ....,...... 1 1 Cassidy. Thomas 123 ....,...........,.,.,,.. 49 Castle. Betsy 113 ..,.........,.....,. 16.62.79 Catenazzo, Bob 133 I 43 Delong. Russell 111 ........ Cook, Nancy 111 ...,...,.,,.,....,........,...., 11 Catherwood. Alec 141 ,.... ..........32,120 Cervenka. Tod 111 ...,,,,,....,,,,...,.,.. 11.82 Cetwinski. Georgean 121 Chalmers, Bill 111 .,...,..,,, .,.,,,,,,, . ....11 Chimis. Sherry 121 ......... Chloupek. Carol 141 ....... ........,....49.60 .........103.120 Choporis. Robert 111 .,.,,.,...,....,,.,,.. 11 Christ, Ronald 111 ,.,,.............. 11.38.82 Christiansen, Harry 111 ................ll 11 Christensen. Neil 111 ,..,..,..,,,...,.,.,.,,, 11 Christensen. Richard 131 ,..,.,, 95.110 Christin. Robert 111 Christman. Betty 131 ........,.....,. 74.95 Christman, Kathleen 21,4 1 35.58 64,120 Christophersen, Ed 131 .........,........ 95 Ch ristophersen. Lynn 1 11 .,.... ,..11 Christy, Linda 111 .....,,,.....,,,...,,,,...,, 16 Cieciwa, Claudia 121 ,...,.,........, 49.103 Cirricione, Paul 121 ...,,.. .,.,,,,,, ,.,,,,... 4 9 Clabaugh. Judith 141 .. ,,,. 29.37.58.108.1'7fi Clancy. Carol 111 .,...,.,.,......,,,,,,.,,Y,,,, 62 Clancy. Robert 141 .,.,,,,, ,,,.,,.,... . .120 Clark. Don 131 Clark. James 131 ....,.,,, ,.,, ,,,.. 8 4 .95 Clark Clark. Paul 121... Clark, . Jeff 111 ......,.,, Sue 111 ..........11.54 80 Clark, Tom 111 .....,.,,.,. ....,.,. 8 2 Clark. Tom C. 111 ,,,,,,,,,. .,.......... 1 1 Clarke. Jackie 121 .......,.,.,..,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 49 Clarke. Thomas 141.. ,..,. ,,..... 1 16.120 Clausing. Janice 121 ...,.l.,............ 32.49 Clausing. Myra Lee 141.. ,.,,,,,,, 60.120 Clausing. Robert 121 ..........,.... ...,., 4 9 Clemens, Linda 131 .... 55.59.93 95,101 Clements, Michael 111 ..................,, 11 Clemmons. Bev 111 ......,.,.,.,.,,,,.,,..... 11 Clesen. Carolyn 141 ,......, ,,,,,..,,,.,, 1 21? Cline, Bob 131 ....,.,,,,,,,, ..,............,.. 2 6 Close. Celia 131 .,,,,, ....,... 58.87.95 Close, Linda 111 ,.,.,,. ........ 9 .11.36.62 Cloud. Janet 121 ..........,............... 49.60 Cochran. John 121 ................ 49.80.112 Coert, Lois 111 .......,, Coey, Ann 111 .........,,..... Coffey. Jay' 111 .,...... ........ ........,,11,62 Coken, Caren Lee 121 ...,............ 49.59 Coleman. Loren 121 ..... .. Coleman. Lynne 111 ...,.., .......49.102 ..........1O,11 Collignon. Connie 111 ..,.....,,,,..,. 11,62 Collignon, Dave 141 ,...... Collins, Terry 111. ,,..... Colmar, Carl 131 .,........ ........26.120 ..........58.95 Comes, Loretta 111 ....,...,,.,,,,,,,.,.. 11,62 Cominsky, Carol 121 .......,. ,.,..,..,., 4 9 Cominsky, Merrily 111 ,.,.,..,, ,.,..,.. 1 1 Condon. Carol 111 Conklin. Barbara 121 ,...................., 49 Conmd. Ron 121 ...,.... 30.31.32,49.112 Conroy, Carol 121 .....,....,.,........... 47.49 Conroy. Jean 121. .,.............. 49.59.106 Conroy, Jim 121 ...,..,. ,..,..,,,,, 4 9,113 Conroy, Judith 111 .......... ............ 1 6 Conroy, Tom 111 Consoer. Anthony 141 ........,.,,,,.... 120 Cook, Carol 131 .............. .30.32.95.103 Copper. Kathleen 111 ......, . ,....... 11 Corbett. Jean 111 ,,,,,.....,. Cordaro. Ralph 131. ...... . ........11 Cordes, Sylvia 131 ...............,..,,,,,....... 95 Corteen. Patrick 121 ............ 49.83.110 Coryell. Tom 121 ........,..,.,......,........, 49 Cosman, Dave 121 .... .. .... Cosman, Janet 121 .......... ......,.49 . .,,,.,. 49 Costa. Jan 111 ...,.......,.. ,,,,,,,, 1 1 Costello. Pat 131 ...,..,,,,.,,,.....,....,,,,,,,, 96 Coursey. Jackie 111 .................,..,.,... 11 Courter. Kenneth 121 ,... 34.119.80.113 Covalsen. Lee 131 ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 96 Coventry. Dawn 141 ................ 31.120 Craig, Dave 131 ............... ............ 9 6 Craig. Yvonne 131 ....,,,, Crane. Jackie 111 .... ....... Crane. Marshall 141 ....... .......96,102 ...,,,.,,,120 Crawford. George 141 .... ,,,...,. .... 3 0 ,121 Creamer, Diane 111 ....... I 44 .......12.62 Creamer. Roger 131.. ............,... 27.96 Crellin. John 111... ........... .....16.8O Creviston. Betsy 111... ..,, 12.23.62.102 Creviston. Bob 131 .... 36. Crossin, Patricia 141 39.80,96.113 ........29.35.103.104.108.121 Crummett. Linda 131 ,..,...,.,,,.,,, 96.101 Cucinotta. Phil 111 Cunningham. Robert 111. ..... .....,.. 1 2 Curatti, Bob 121 ....,,..,.........,. 38.49.113 Curatti. Charlene 141.. ...,,.. 60.87.121 Currin. Tom 111 ......,... ..... ....,,. ..... 1 2 Curtis. Dave 141 ..,....... ....... 6 0.121 Cutler. Lynn 141 ...... ....... 27.120 Cyr, Susanne 131. ..... . Dacus. Barbara 111 ....,,, .. Dagres. Kathleen 141 .... .........6O.96 .,.,12,102 . .121 Dahlquist. Eugene 111..12.38.82.1111 Dailey, Diane 131...59.64.96,101.104 Dally. Sue 111 ............ . .,..,.,.......,,,,.,, 12 Damerow. Kathy 111. ..., ,,,,,..,., , .12 Damler. Lee 141 ,.,,,,,,,,, ,,,,.,,,,,,,,,,,, 1 21 Danes. Kent 121. ,......,. . ........... 49.112 Danes. Sharon Lee 141. Daniels. Dick 141 Dapello, Robert 131 D'Argo. Diane 141. ..,. .,.60.101.121 ... ...,... .121 Dassonville. Denny 121 ,.,.,.. ,,,,,,.,.,., 4 9 Davenport. Jan 141 .... ........ ...... 5 5 .121 Davis. Dawn 111.. ..,.., Davis, Michele 111 ....... Davis. VValker 111 ........... .........9.12.62 .....12,22,103 Dawson. Roberta 111 .... ........ ...,, 1 2 .62 Dax. Darlene 111 Day. Kathy 121 ...............,,.........,. 49,60 Deahr. Ronald 131 Dean. Barbam 121 ........ 30.49.101.103 DeBusman, Yvonne 111 ,,.......,,,,,.,,. 12 Deeke. Diane 141 ........................ 57.121 Deeke. Don 131 ................ ........... 5 16 Dembinski. Dolores 121 DeMichele, Carol 131 ..,.. . 1.49.59 ..,....29.59.96 Deming, Nancy 121 ..,...,.,........ 2.49.1112 Deming. Phil 141 ............ Dempewolf, Judy 121 ................., 49.60 DeNapoli. Donald 141 .............. 80.121 Denny, Doris 141 Dettmann, Pat 111 ....... Deu, June 121 ............. Deubel, Jack 121 .,......... DeVitt. Patricia 121 .........49.611 DcWllde. Daniel 111 ........ ......... 1 2.54 DeWilde. David 111 ........ DeWilde, Diana 141 ........ .........121 Dieball. Kenneth 121 .................. 49.75 Diens. Robert 111 ............ Dierking, Richard 131 .... Dierking. Roger 111. ..., .. ........96 Dietrlvk, Bobbie 141 ..............,,....,. 121 Dietrick. Florence 121 ........ 49.60.103 Dietriek, Sueann 131 ..................... 196 Dill. Barbara 141 .....................,., 59,122 DiValerio, Eileen 131 .,...,., ,, .... 96 DiVit0. Judy 131 ..... ............. ,,..,,,, 9 6 Dixon. Barbara 111 ............ Dobbins. Donna Lee 141 Dobranski. Bruce 121 Dodds, Harry 131 ........... Dodge. Lucky 111 ............ .....12 ..........59,122 .........26,58 Dodge. William 121 ............ 34.49.113 Deering. Bill 131 .......... Doerr. Bob 121 ................ Domrose. Jean 131 .......... Dormann. James 111 ....,, Dornquast. Joann 121 Dotts. Dotty 111 ......,....... Double. John 121 ,........... .............76,96 ,.,,.49.85,11O ..12.62,78.79 49.555.83.114 Dougan. Ken Jr. 111 .... .. ........ 12.61.82 Dow, Marie 141 ............. Doyle, John 141 .......,..... Doyle. Maryann Draganski. Ken Drake. Ronald 121 ....... Dresmal. Jim 141 ......, 131 ........ 111 ........ .........122 ........96 ........12 .......80.122 Dressler. Thomas 111 Drewes. Karen 111 ............,,........ 12,62 Drumtra. Don 131 .................. 75.76.96 Dryjanski. Dennis 111 Dubs, Donna 111 ...........,., ......... 1 2,62 Dudek, Jim 131 ........,.... .............. 9 6 Duenn. Richard 111 ................ 12.38.80 Duff. John 111 .............................. 12,30 Dundy, Mike 111 ........ 12.31.38.82.113 Dungan. Beverly 111... Dunlap. Jan 141 .... ....... .......1O.12 .............72.122 Dunsmore, James 111 ,..................... 12 Duran, Lorenzo 121 ......... Durben. Ken 121 ....,,,...,.,..... .......49 .......49 Dvoracek, Darlene 111 .......... ....... 1 2 Dyer. David 131 E Eaton. Berta 131 ................................ 96 Eaton. Frank 111 ................ 12.82.113 Eaton. Robert 141 .......... ............... 1 22 Ebel, Bob 111. ......................,........ 12.17 Eberhardt. Karen 111 .................,.... 12 Ebert. Dave 121 ..............,......... 38.49.80 Eckardt. Robert 131 .......................... 30 Edberg. Karen 131 ..........,,.,.,.,.......... 96 Edgeumbe. Jean 141..106.108,122.152 Edmonds. Joan 141 .........,,......, 103,122 Eichelberg, John 111 ....... ,............. 1 2 Elkjer, Bill 131 ............. ..,..... 5 8.96 Elliott. Doug 141 .......... .. Elliott, Howie 131 .......... ............122 Elste. Charles 121. ................... 38.49.84 Elterman. Cynthia 121 Eltz, Jeannette 131 ............................ 96 Elwess. David 131 Embrey. Frank 131 .......... 36.57.8096 Emmons, Jim 111 ........,,....,.............,, 12 Empkie. Stephanie 141 ........42,87,88,108.122 Engelking. Audrey 111 .........,.,........ 12 Engelking, Dennis 141 ..........,,.....,.. 24 Engelking. Joyce 131 .........,........ 60.96 Fiedler. Joy 111 .....................,.,......,.., 12 Finch, Carole 141 ...........,.... 20,123,140 Finger. Robert 111 .................,.......... 12 Finnegan. Pat 121 ........................... 50 Fischer. Bill 131 .................... 36.96.110 Fischer, Fred 121 ........,... 34,50.80.113 Fischer. John 141 Fischer, Richard 141 ,...... .,...... 8 0,123 Fisher. Bonnie 111 ............ ,..,.......,, 1 6 Fitzgerald. Frank 111 ...................... 12 Fitz-Patrick. Judie 131 ....28.29.59.81.93.96 Fitzpatrick. Terry 111 ........,., .... 1 2,38 Flack, Karen 121 ,,.,.,.,,,,,,.,..,.,,,,,,, 30,50 Fletcher, Carolyn 121 ..,,.,........,..,,,., 50 Flood. Bill 111 ..........,................... 12.31 Fluent. Sally 141 .... 55,73,104.116,123 Follett, Carol 111 .............,.....,.,........ 12 Folwarski, Rosemary 111 Fonfara, Linda 111 ..,,,,.,,......... 9.12.62 Fontaine. Robin 121 ............ 50.60.103 Fors, Larry 111 ................ ........... 1 2.32 Forsberg. Joyce 131 ..,.... ............. 9 6 Forster, Glenn 111 ........,....,,.,.,,.,,, 12.23 Fox. Richard 141 .............................. 123 Franeiskovich, Mark 121 .......... 24.50 Frawley, Chantal 111 Freeding. Grant 111 ...................,...... 12 Freeman. Elaine 111 ........................ 12 Freeman. Eugene 141 .... 60.89.123,140 Freier, Jeff 111 ..........,........,.............. 32 Freise, Carol 121 ......... ....... 5 0.60 Freitag, Allen 111 ....... ................ 1 2 Friberg. Carl 141 ........ ......... 7 .30,123 Friel, Carol 111 ........ ................... 1 2 Friend, Mel 131 ........................ 36.59.96 Friend, Ronald 111 ......,. 10,12,61,113 Friker, Ken 121 ............................ 32.50 Fromm, Barbara 131 .................. 30.96 Fromm, George 111 ................ 12.22.32 Frost. Bill 121 .............................. 50.110 Fruehling. Judith 111 ............ 12.23.62 G Gabriel. Bill 111 ............................ 12.24 Gage, Rosemary 131 .... 20,96.101.103 Gaides. Frank 121 Galandak. Doren 111 ........................ 12 Galarza. Carlos 121 .................... 50.112 Galitz. Janice 121 ........ Galivan, Nancy 111 Engle, Kurt 121 .,..,............ .,.,,,,,,, 4 9 Engle, Lance 121 .........., .....,.... 4 9 Epley. Jack 121 ............. ......... 38 .49 Erber, Richard 121 ............................ 49 Erickson, Barbara 111 ................ 12,62 Erickson. Carol 121 .........,............ 49.58 Erickson. Dee Dee 131..10.58,96.101 Erickson. Jim 121 .......................... 31,49 Erickson Lois 121 ........................ 49,60 Erikson. Judy 131 .......,.......... 20.96.102 Erlander. John 111 ....... ................. 1 2 Ernst. Terry 111 .................. .......... 1 2 Esmond. Newell 111 .......................... 12 Esquivel, Candelaris 121 ............ 47.49 Evans, Ralph 111 ................................ 12 Evans. William 121 ................ 31.2.49 Evanson. Gayle 131 ....... Evenson. Bob 121 .......,. ............60,96 Evenson. Ken 111 ...,.,........................ 12 Ewert, Jean 121 ......... Ewing. Spence 131 ..... .. F 49.60.102 .......50.60. 103 Gall, Barb 131 ............... ......... 9 6 Gallee, Karl 121 .............. . ........ 50 Gallee, Kathleen 111 ........................ 12 Galowitch. Pat 111 ............................ 16 Gappert, Garry 141 ....,....... 74,102,123 Gardner. Gay 111 ........................ 12,62 Gardner. Marion 121 Garlisch, Ronald 141 ........ ........ 1 23 Garlisch, Sharon 111 .................... 12.62 Garofolo. Dennis 111 ......................., 12 Garr, Roy 121 ..,................... 38.47.5083 Garstkiewicz, Ph ilip 131 .................. 27 Gassen, Beth 141 .................... 58.72.123 Gassway, Jackie 121 ,.,....,................ 50 Gates, Dave 111 ........... ......... 1 2 Gates, Kathy 131. ............................... 96 Gates. Walter 111 .............................. 16 Fabian, Mary Ann 141 7.58.73.101,122 Farina. Beverly 131 Farleigh. Roger 131 .......,........ 36.80.96 Farrand. Tom 131 .............. 54.93.94,96 Faulstich. Joyce 111 ............ 12.62.122 Faulstich, Ruth 141 ,,..,,,,,..........,.,.. 122 Fedak. Jim 111 .............. . ....... 12 Fedak, Pat 131 ...,,,.,. .....,.,.,,,,, 9 6 Fegan, Tom 111 Feige, Allen 111 ..............,,.,.,,. 12.30.31 Feige. Carol 141 .... 55,102,107.108.122 Felleisen. Cynthia 131 ............... .....,. 96 Fellingham, Carol 131 ...................,.. 96 Fernstrom. Robert 131. ,.... 58.96.113 Ferrara, David 111 .....,,,,.........,......,.. 12 Ferrell, Diana 121 ........,,.,............ 31,49 Ferris. Sharon 111 .....,,.,................... 12 Fichte. Bruce 111 ........ 12.38.82.87,113 Fichte. Maxine 141 ..................,. ..... 1 22 Gatts, Marty 131 .... 29.37.55.58.96.101 Gay. Barbara 131... ....... 28,29.58,93.96 Gay. Bob 111 ......................... ..........,.. 1 2 Geane, George 111 ...... ....... 1 2.38 Gehl, Bob 121 ............... ......... 5 0 Gehrke, Gerry 141 ,........ ....... 1 23 Geh rke, Paul 111 Geisen, Florence 141 .....,.. ......... 2 7 Geller. Leonard 111, ......................... 12 Semmill, Frances 141 ...,....58.101.103.104,123 Geocaris. Ted 141 ............ 34,80,85,113 Geocaris. Tom 111 ........................ 12,34 Gerken, Donald 121 .... 36,50.80,83,110 Gerlach. Fred 111 .............................. 16 Gerrard. Edward 121 ............ 50,80,112 Gerschefske, Ann 141 ...................... 123 Gersehefske. Clifford 121 .............. 50 Gerschefske. Jean 131 ...................... 96 Gloss. Bill 133 ..........,..., Golie, Frank 143 ...... . ,,,,, ,,,., . ..80.l2-1 Hertel. Janie 113 .v.V. VV..... Getts. Donald 113 ,.,,.... .........12.80 Gewecke, Toni 113 .,...,.... .......,,....,, 1 2 Ghera. Marylou 123 ....,.. Gieseke, Donna 113.. Gieseke. Wayne 143 ..50.60 ........12.62.79 Gillham, Barb 123. ,..,.,..,...,,............... 50 Gillon, Meg 123 ,,,,,,,.,,.,,,,, 50.553.72.103 Gilmore. Chuck 133. .,.,..,,,,,.....,......,, 26 Gilmore, Edgar 143 ..... Gilmore, Karen 123 ..,. ......81'3,82.123 . .,..,,,,., 30.513 Gilmore, Mike 113 ..,,,,,......,.............. 74 Girvin, Pat 123.. ,,,,,.,,,,,,, ...50.l06.107 Giuliani. Jill 123 .......,...... 50.553.75.103 Glade, Barbara 123 .................,.......... 50 Glade, Marian 123 ........... Glaeser, Edward 113 .,,. Glaser, Judy 133 ...,,........ Glass. Gerald 143 ,,.,...... Glass. Larry 123 .,.........,. Glass. Richard 113 ,,,...,.. Glassie. Chuck 113 ,.,....,. Glassie, Linda 113...... Gloden, Frances 123 Glover, Bonnie 113. ..... Glover, Robert 113 ......... Goble, Dale 113 .....,....... Goble. Judith 143 ..,.l.,,,,. Godman, William 143.. .....50.5E3 ........12.38.80 ........96.101 ..........123 ......,.50 .......26.96 ...12,62,79 ..104.107,124 Goebbert, Gordon 143. ,,l.,,,,,,,,,, 26,124 Goebbert. Roger 123 .,.., Goede. Janice 133 .....,.,... Goeltz. Richard 113 ..,.,... Goettsehe, Dorothy 113 Golden. Cora Sue 133 ,... Golden, James 143 ,........ .. ,.... 12.23.38 ..72.96.103 Hackbarth, Linda 133 .....,., 58.72.74,79.94.96.101,113-4 Haynes. Susan 133 ..,.,....,,. . .,..... 96 Haynsworth, Kathie 113 ,,., ......,....... 1 6 Horcher. Darlene 113 ................ 113.62 Horeher, Dolores 113 Hacker. Bob 113 ..,,,,,,,l..,,,...,,,, 12.38.80 Hadland, Ken 123 ,,.,,.,,...,..., 38.50.114 Hadzima. JoAnne 123 ..,........,...... 50.57 Haegelc, Carol 123 ,............,........ 50.60 Haenggi. Gerald 123 .....,..,.,...,... 50.114 Haenggi. Janet 143 ........ 1131.1132.124 1'1Zl0l'1gi,'Il. Roger 113 ........,..........,., 12.82 Hagan. Laurence 113.. .,,.,,...,.,.,....... 12 Hagberg, Marilyn 123 ,,,,,,,,,,,. . .,,,.. 50 Hagenbring. Melodee 113 .........,,..... 12 Hager. Donella 123 ...,.,.. 513.58.75,103 Hahn, Dennis 113 ...,,.... Hahn. George 123 ,.......l 50 Hahn. Richard 133.. .... .,..... 9 6 Hahn. Ronald 113 .,............. ........ 1 2 Haizmann, Laurie 113 .,....,. .,,,.,.,... 1 2 Halama, Charlene 113 Halfhill. Patti 113 2.16.62 Heekenbaeh, Roland 143 .,,,.....,.,., 125 Hedberg, Dale 113 .,...... 13,23.38.813.89 Hedberg. Dean 133 ................ 89.96.104 Hcdemark, Fred 123..38.50.58.87.113 Hedke, Richard 133 ..,.,..,..........,....... 96 Hedstrom. Sandy 123 ,..,............ 50.101 Hefley. Cathy 123 ............ ,...,,, . 50.60 Heiden. Sandy 133 ............ .. ,.,,, 58.96 Heimsoth, Alan 123 ............,,,.,, ,.,.... 5 0 Heimsoth, Anita 143 ....,.,..,, .......... 1 25 Heimsoth. Naney 133 ---- --73.93.97.102 Hein, Bill 123 ...,.......................,,.,.,..... 50 Hein. Rosemary 123 ......................,, .50 Heintz. Jeff 123 ...,.,......,..... 38.47.5080 Heinz, Carl 133 .,...,......... ........,.,,,,. 2 4.97 Heinze. Michael 113 Hellwig. Ruth 123 .... .. ,,..... ,...,.. 5 0 Henderson. James 1-43 Hendrickson. Jack 113... ..... 1.13.61 Henkel, Tom 123 .................. 38.50.110 Heneberg. Werner 113 .......... ......... 1 3 Horcher. Ray 143 ......... 36.80.113,126 Hosek. Ron 113 ,....................... 13.38.82 Hoshor, Karla 113 ....... ....... 1 3,62 Hotton. Carol 113 House, Don 113 .................. ...... ,D .13 Houseknecht. Julie 113 ....... ......... 1 3 Huberty. Bob 133 ............ . --.-.--.- 97 Hughes, Jim 133 .,.......,.,....... ....,,,., 9 7 Hullison. Russell Jr. 113 ................ 13 Hunt, Dennis 113 ...... Hunter, Becky 113 ........ Huntley. Pam 123 ...... ........13,62 .......50,59 50 Hurst, Chuck 123 .... Hutchinson. Alan 133 F ........34,60.80,82,8 1 .91 Hutchinson. Mary 133..59,97,101,103 60 Golle. Linda 123 ...... .......,. 2 9.36.5060 Goodllng. Jim 133 ................ 66.96.114 Gould, Ralph 123 ...........,..,... 50.80.1111 Graef, Patricia 123 ......... . ..... .,.. 5 0.613 Graf. Carl 113 ............ ...... ....... 1 2 .38 Graham. Edith 113 ....... .... . ..12 Graham, Kennis 123 ......... ........ 5 13 Graham, Tom 113 ..,..... ......., 1 6 Gramit. Judy 113... .... ......... . 62 Grams, Herb 133 .................,.,...... 76.96 Grams, Kenny 133 ......,............... 96,1013 Grandt, Arlyne 133..59.73.96.101,102 Grandt. Ken 113 .............. .,...,.,.,,,,,,,, 1 2 Grandt, Marie 113 ........ ..... 1 2,72 Grant, Dennis 133 ...,.... ,,.,,,,, 9 6 Grapes. Ed 113 ........... ............... 1 6 Graves, Jim 133 ............ .......... 36 .96 Graves, Juanita 133 ........ .........,., 9 6 Graves, Richard 133 .....,. ........ ...,.. 9 6 Greco, Daniel 123 ........., Green, Marty 133 ..... ....... Greenacre, Judy 113... .....96,110 ......85,96.113 .......12.25,62 Gregory, Arden 133 .....................,.,., 96 Gregory. De 143 .......... 87,116.117.124 Gregory, Pete 123 .........,..... .,............. 5 0 Gresher. William 133 .................. 26.96 Grey, Toni 133 .................... 36.80.8296 Griffiths. Patrick 113.... Grimes. Georgia 123 Grimm, Ernie 133 Grimm. Richard 113 ........ Groh, Sharon 123 Gromck. Dianne 113. ..... . Gromek, Doreen 113 ........ Gronert, Audrey 14 3 ........12 ........16 ........72,101.103,108.116.124 Groteiend, Alan 113 ........ .......12.61.82 Grove, William 143 ........ ............. 1 24 Gruen. Ronald 133 ........... Grundhoefer. Kathy 123 Guarriello, Nikki 113 ...... Gust. Adoline 113 ............ Gustafson, Philip 113 ..... Gutru. Jcannle 113 ........ H Haas, Marvin 123 ........ Haase. Ashley 143 ........... .............26,96 ........50 ......... ..12 . ............. 1.2 .......12.38,82 ..........9.12,62 Haberichter, Bill 113 ...... 12.31.82.112 Hachmeister. Sandy 113 ............ 12,62 Hall, Bob 113 ................ ........, 1 2.61 Hall, Carol 143 ..,...... ...........,. 1 24 Hall. Janice 113 Hall, Jim 133 ................,.......,. 58.96.113 Hall, June Elva 123 ...... .......... 2 9,50 Hall, Pat 113 .................. ......... 1 2.62 Hall. Sharon' 123 ....... ......... 5 0.59 Halliman, Bob 113 .,....... ........ 12 Halverson, Jim 143... .................... U26 Halvorsen. Margaret 143... ....., 58,124 Halvorsen. Sandy 133 ....... ........ 9 6 Halwax, Jackie 113 ...... . ............... 12 Hamm, Diane 123 ........ ............. 5 0.87 Hamm. Lola 143 ........ . .......... 28.58.124 Hammerl, Robert 143 ........ 58,114,124 Hampton, Michael Lee 113 .....,.,.... 12 Hancock. Ruth 123 ...................... 32.50 Hane. Susan 143 ........ ..32.59,102.124 Hanigan, Barbara 113 ...................... 12 Hankley, Bill 123 .............. ...50.85.113 Hanor. Jeff 14 3 ........23.36.55,75,76,80. 86.87,108.113.124 Hennegan. Susan 133. ......... 59.97.101 Henning, John 123 .......... Henning, Pat 143 ......... ........24.50.85 ............124 Hcnrieksen. Gay 123 ......--.----- 50.60-73 Henry. Don 113 ............ Henr5'- Tom 123 Hepner. Fred 113 Heppner, John 123 .... .........13.75 . ..... 1.32.50 Herbst, Annabelle 113 ........... .... 1 3.62 Herbst. Rosemary 143 .................... 125 Herdt, Fred 123 ..............,. .....513.110 Herdt, Margie 143 ........... Herr, Kathleen 123 Hertlein. Clyde 123 ....... . r . ......... 12.1 ........9.13 38.513.80.113 Herzberger, William 113 Hess. Patricia 143 ...... ..-..-- ---...- 1 0 4-125 Hey, Steve 113.. .......... .- Hibbert. Susan 123 .....,. Hibner. Judith 113 .,..... ......50 .......13 Hanor. John 113 ........................., 16.23 Hansen. Doug 113 .............................. 12 Hansen, Judith 143 .................... 57.124 Hansen, Katherine 113 .................... 12 Hansen, Neil 123 ,....,,.,................. 22,50 Hanson, Helen 113 Hanson. Linda 113 .......... ........... 1 2 Hapanovieh, Sonia 113 Happ, Ann 1-13 .....,.......,............ 101,125 Harman. Pat Ann 123 ...................... 50 Harnish, Isabel 143 .......................... 125 Harrington. Darlene 133 ................ 96 Harrington, Leslie 113 .......... 12.23.32 Harrington. VVilliam 113 .......... 16.80 Harris, Dan 113 ......................,..... 16,82 Harris, Jane 113 .......................... 12.62 Harris. John 143 .............................. 125 Harris. Patrick 143 ........ 58.808-1.125 Harris, Richard 113 .......................... 12 Harris, Terry 113 ......... ....... 1 2.38.80 I-Iarting. Cary 123 ........................ 50.85 Harting, Pat 133 .................... 60.96.101 Hartmann, Dennis 113.- ................. 12 Hartmann, Richard 143 Hartwig. Carol 123 ................ 50.60.74 Hartwig, Joyce 143 ......., ..,......... 1 25 Harvel. Bernie 123 ........ ......... 50 .74 Haskins, Nancy 133 ........ ......... 7 3.96 Haslam, Pam 123 ...,..... . .... ....... 5 0,103 Hassil. Mary Ann 113 ........ ........... 1 2 Hasz. Janet 113 ............ ......... 1 3,62 Hasz, Lois 143 ..... ...... ....... ......... 1 2 5 Hatch. Ronald 123 Haubenchild. Dolores 123 .............. 50 Haupt. Joanne 113 ,........ ........ ......... 1 3 Havey. Patricia 133.. ............ ..., 9 6.101 Havranek, Judie 113 .................. 13.73 Hawk. Susan 133 ............ ........... 9 6 Hawkes. Marty 113 ........ ....... . 113 Hawkins. Jon 123 ................... .... 8 0.113 Hawley, Roberta 113 ............ 13.62.74 Haworth, Richard 123 ................ 50.813 Hayden. Andrew 123 ........................ 513 Hayden. Barbara 133. Haynes. Dinah 123 .......... 50.553.73.103 Hill. Ray 113 .............. ....... 1 3 Hill, Richard 133 ........ ..... . 97 Hill. Roberta 143 ......... ............ 1 25 Hin, sandy 113 .................................. 13 Hinrichs. Yvonne 123 .......... 20.50.102 Hinze. David 113 ........... ................. 1 3 Hipp. John 133 .......... ....... 7 4.76.97 Hirons, Jerry 113 .............................. 13 I-Iirons Peggy 123 .............. 50.103106 Hirsch, Iris 113 ...... ................. 1 6 Hirsch. Milt 133 ...... ...97 Hirst. John 143 ........... Hirst. Salice 123 .... 28.29.35,50,59,103 Hoban, Jay 113 .............................. ...13 Hodgson. Carol 133... ........27.97 Hodlmair. Jerry 113 ....... ........... 1 3 Hodson, Sally 143 ......... ....... 7 2.126 Hoehn, Ruth 123 ................ ......... 5 0.72 Hoffman. Darlene 113 Hoffman, Jack 133 ..........................., 36 Hoffman. Jill 133 .............................. 97 Hoffmann, Jim 143..36,39,80.113,126 Hogate, Bill 143 ............ 87,105,108.126 Hogreve. Duane 143 Hoke. George 113 ......... .............. 1 3 Hoke. Richard 133 ............ ......... 34 .97 Holcomb. Carol 143 .................... 89,126 Hollenbeck, Lynne 113 .............. 13,62 Holloway. Jane 143 .... 20,42.55.87.126 Holm. Lorie 113 ...................... 13,152.79 Holm, Nan 133 .............. .,,. ..........,.. 9 7 Holmblad. Karen 113 ........ .......... 1 3 Holmblad. Norbert 133 .................... 97 Holmes. George 133 Holmes. Ginny 123 .......... 50.610.74.103 Hoist. Steven 123 ........................ 50.110 Holznagel. Harold 133 .................... 27 Holznagel, Ron 143 .................... 27,126 Honemann, Jerry 143 ........ 58.116126 Hopp, Maeve 133 ...... ....... ................. 9 7 Hoppe. Ilene 133 ......... ........ 2 0,537,101 Hoppe, Nancy 123 ......... ............ 5 0.60 Horcher, Dennis 143 ....... ........ 1 26 Ibbotson, Carole 133 ........ ............, 9 7 Ibbotson, Marj 123 ........ ........ 5 0.74 Ibbotson, Ralph 113 .......... .......... 1 3 Igoe, Joyce 133 .................. .......... 9 7 Immordini, Angie 123. ....... .......... 5 0 Ingebrigtsen. Judy 113 ...-..-------------- 13 Inkley, Jeff 123 .............. ............. 3 1.50 Inman. Bob 113 ............ 13.34.82.87.112 Israel. Gerald 113 .....................-1------- 13 Isselhardt. Gail 123 ................,..... 47,50 J Jackisch. Judith 113 ........ .......... 1 3 Jackson. Robert 113 .................. ....... 1 3 Jacobsen, Tom 143 ........63.80,82.87.11-1.115.126 Jacobson, Roland 113 ...................... 16 Jahnke, Barb 133 .............................. 97 Jahnke. Pat 113 ................ ........... 1 3.62 Jansen. Bill 123 ................. ................ 5 0 Jansen, Marynan 143..54.55,58.86,121i Jansen, Sally 123 .... .................. Janssen. Diane 123 ...................... 50. Jaques. Bob 113 ........... Jarm. Nancy 113 ......... Jasper. Sue 111 Jebens, Farr 133 ..........,.. . ........ 36. .50.103 13 13 97 Jebens, Harold 123 ........ ......... 5 0 Jensen. Michael 113 ...... .......... 1 6 Joern. Merrily 113 ............... .......... 1 3 Johnecheck, Marty 113 ....... .......... 1 3 Johnson. Alvin 133 ---......... ........ 8 0,97 Johnson, Barbara 113 ................ 13.62 Johnson. Beth-Ann 113 ....... ....-..--- 1 3 Johnson. Bruce 123 .......... .......... 5 0 Johnson. Chuck 133 ...... ............. 9 7 Johnson, Dale 113 .......... ........... 1 3.24 Johnson. Dennis 123 a Johnson, Fay 123 .......... .......... .... 5 0 Johnson. Jan 123 ............ .--------.... 5 0 Johnson. Jeanne 123 ........................ 50 Johnson. Joan 143 Johnson, Judy 113 .......... 16.23.62,102 Johnson, Judy L- 123 .... 47.50.50-103 Johnson. Karen 113 ................ 13132.59 Johnson, Karen 133 Johnson, Mary-Lou 123 .......-.-.-.----- 50 Johnson, Mickey 123 ............ 50.59.74 Johnson, Robert 113 ..............-.-.1- 13134 Johnson, Ruth Ann 123 ....... ...1..--.- 50 Johnson. Sherlyn 113 ........- ---...--.. 1 3 Johnson. Spencer 143 ........--------...--- 31 Johnson. Tommy 133 ..-.--- -.-...-- 2 6-97 Johnston, Dale 133 .....................--.---- 97 Johnston, Judy 143 ........37.42,60.53.8T.101108,125 Johnston, Judy 133 ..........-.----1..,------ 79 Johnston. Richard L. 113 ..,.....9,13.38,82.87 Johnston, Richard M. 113 .......... 13.82 Johnston, Sue 133 ......................-.-.-.-- 97 Jonas. Kathy 123 .............-... .-.--------- 5 9 Jonas, Ron 143 ............................ 80.125 Jordan, Dan Bartlett Jorden, Jan 113. .....ii 143 .,..,.. ....... 1 2 7 Joswick. Marcia 113 ......... ......- 1 3-62 Juhl. Valerie 113 ....... ...-..... 1 3 I45 1 A Jutzi, Alfred 111 ........ K ..,,.,.,.61,75,76 Kacena, Penny 121 ,,A,,,,AA,,, ,,,, ,,,,, 5 0 Kaczmarek, David 141 ,,,,,,AAA ,,,,,,, 1 27 Kading. Judy 111 .,,,,,.,,,,,A, A,,,AA., , 62 Kadlecik, Sharon 111 Kahn, Barry 131 .....,,,, Kalser, Mary 141 ,A,,A,. ,,,,, Kalous, Roberta 111.. ...,..,..57.127 ..,,,,,.,...13,29,62 Kane, Pat 131 ...,,,,..,... ,,,...,....., 9 7 Karge. Ron 131 .,...,..,..,.,, A,AA ,,,, 9 7 Karstens, Donne 141 ,v,,.,,,,,,,A,AVw.w,w, 127 Kasen, Sandy 131 ,,,,,.,,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 31,97 Kesl, Carol 111 .,,..........,,,,. 9,13,62,102 Kastning. Karen 111 ....,,. Kathrein, Mary 141 ........ Kauffman, Lisle 131... Kauffman. Mike 121., Kay, Evelyn 121 ,,,,,,A,,A,,, Keeley, Kenneth 131 ........ Kehe, Roland 121 .,,.,.... Keilman, Diane 111 V,V.... ,...,.,..73,127 ..........,,,,,97,103 .,,,......5O.80,113 .,...,,,.50,110 elth Judy 111 . Koulmanoff James 141 80113127 Looper, Larry ,ZIMB- K ' , ' ,.,....i., Z ' , . ,,,. , , Keller, Allen 121 Keller. Dave 111 ....... Keller, ......,.,13,112 Ken 111 ..,...,. ,.,,.,,,,,,,,i,,,, . ,,,,,, 1 3 Kelley, Arline 111 .,i,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 13,73 Kelley. Ed 131 ..,.,..........,,. 36,85,97,113 Kelley, Mildred 121 ,ii,i,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 50 Kelley. Patricia 111 ii,,,,,,,,,,,, 13,6287 Kelly. Diana 131. ..,........ 93,97,1o1,102 Kelly, Jim 131 Kemman, Ray 121 ,,,,,, Kenlay. Bruce 131 .,,,,..,50.75,84 Kennedy James 111 ,1,,,1A,,,,,,,,, 13,8287 Kennicott, Tom 131 ,1,,,,,,,A,, 36,80,84,97 Kent. Mike 111 ,,,,..,...... ,.,,,,,,,,, ii,,., , , 13 Kenyon, Kathy 131 ,,,,,,,,A ,,,,,,A,,AA,, 9 7 Keppen. Joan 111 ,,.,.,, ,1A,,,,,,,,,,,,A 1 3 Keplben. Judy 121 .1...... .,.,.,... 4 7,5081 Kesel, Les 111 Kessler. Judy 111 ....,.. .,,,,,,13,62 Koceja, David 131 ......., .....,, ..... 9 7 Koceja, Diane 121 ....... ,.....,... 5 0.72 Koelling, Judi 121 .,......... ....... 5 0,59 Koelper, Edward 111 Koeneman, Sharon 111 ........ ......... 1 3 Koenig, Joy 121 ,............,...,. .,.., , .50 Koepke, David 121 .....,.,. ....l..,. 5 0 Koeppen. Fred 121 ,,,,...., .....,,.. 5 0 Koeppen, Ronald 131 l....,,,, ,,,,,,,,, 9 7 Koester. John 111 ..,,,,,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 13 Koester. Ruth 131 ...,.,,,,,, .,,,,, ,,,,, 3 0 ,97 Kohl, Judie 141 ,.......,,,,.. 59,72.102,127 Kolberfz, Sharon 111 .,.....,,,,,,,,,,,,, 16,32 Kolk, Ed 131 .....,,.,.,.,., ., ,,.,,....... 97 Kolle, Darlene 141 ..........,,,,,,,,,, 30,127 Kolstad. Fred 121 ....,,......,..............,.. 50 Komondoros, Phyllis 131 ..........,...,. 97 Koons. Jim 111 .,,,,1,,,,,1,,1.,,i,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 13 Koopman, Bill 121 ...............l.,,,.,,. 34,50 Koopman, Richard 141 .... 80,113,127 Kopriva, Pat 131 ,,,,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 9 7 Kosel, Egon 121 .,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,, 5 0 Koske, Carol 141 ,,.......... ......,. 5 8,127 Kottke, Lawrence 111 ,1,1,1,i,1,,1,1,i,,,,, 13 Kottke. Paula 111 ........................,,.... 13 Kouzmanoff, Jerry 121 ,,.,.,..34,50,8O,83.112 Kovacs. Kathie 111 .,,.,,.....,,,,,,,,,,,,..,,, 13 Kowal, Dianne 141.,59,63.103,108,128 Kozowic. Caroline 111 .............,,,....,, 13 Kralnbeer, Roger 111 .,,,,. ,,,.,..,, 1 6 Kramer, Janet 111 ,,.,,,,,.,,,,,1,,,1,,,,, 13,62 Kransberger, Charles 121 ...,............ 50 Kranz, Donald 111 ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 13,32 Kranz. Ray 131 .........,,...,,,,,,. ...,..... 9 7 Kratseh, Beverloe 111 .,,,.,. .,,,,,.. ,62 Kratt, Mary-Claire 111 .,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,, 1 6 Larsson, Larry 121 ...........,......,.,, 51,112 LaRue. Michael 121 ........ 31,51.74,105 Lasch, Eva 121 ..,,,,...,,,....,.......,........... 51 Lasch, Regina 111 ,,,,,, Lasehok, Chris 121 ....,. Laseke, Judy 141 .............,.. 59,101,128 Lass, Bud 111 ......,....,,,,, ,,..,,,,.,..,,, 1 3 LaTour. Dotty 131 ,..,,..... ..,.,...... 9 7 Latta, Marge 131 .........,..,.,..,...,,, 97,102 Laubenheinler, Pete 131 .......... 97,113 Laughlin, Judith 141 .,,...,.29,35,58,81,103,104,128 Lauterburg, Fred 111 ..... ...,....,....... 1 3 LaVean, Bruce 111 ......,............,.. 16,76 Laverty, Lynn 141 ,..,,,,,,,,,,, ,29,59.128 Law, Bruce 111 ............,.,....... 1382.112 Layson, Jeffrey 111 .... 10,13,32,38,113 Laz, Delores 121 ..................., 51,60,102 Leaf. Judith 141, ........ ............... 3 O ' ,........ 13,62 Leaf, Shari 111 ..,...,....... Learman, Fred 111 ..,....,,. Learlnan, Linda 141 ,,,,.,.,,,,,..., 59,128 Leckband, Richard 131 .,,,.... 84,93,97 Leech, Dempster 111 ........................ 13 Loveless, 'Terry 121 .,,.,,,., .,...,.85 Lowe, Pat 111 .......,.....,,. ,,,.,,, 1 3 Loy, Bonnie 121 ........ ...,,,. 5 1 Loy, Walter 121 ............ ...,...,,..,,. 5 1 Luba, Lillian 121 .......,. ............ 5 1.74 Luebcke, Rod 111 .............................. 13 Luedke, George 121 ,.,,....,. 31,34,51,80 Lueth, Jan 121 .................................... 51 Lundquist, Valarle 111 ,,.......,.......... 16 Lundstedt, Pat 121 ,,,,.,,,,,,,.,,, 51,73,101 Lunsmann, Carol 141,,29,104,108,129 Lunsmann, Janet 121 ...... 30.32,51,102 Lussow, John 121 ...... 38,47,51,8O,113 Luster, Tracy 111 .,...,............,........... 13 Lutz, Barb 111 ........,.......,,,....,,, ,.,,,l... 1 5 Lux, Christel 131 ,,,........................... 98 Lux, Hal 121 .,...,....,..,, .,......., 34 .51.8O Lyons, Pat 141 ............ .......... 6 0.129 Lyons, Mike 121 .......... ............ 5 1,85 Lysien, Judy 121 ....... .......... 5 1,103 Lytle, Ken 111 ......... Lytle, Tom 141 ....... ,,,,,,,,129 Lcekley, Bob 111 .,....... ., Leicht, Leiher, LeMay, Lem ke. Lemke, Douglas 121 Hermine 131.1 Dick 111 ....,..,..... Dave 111 .......... Roger 131.. ,.,....13,38,82 ,.,.,...38.51,80 ..... 13,38 ...,,.,..20,9T Maas, Barbara 131 ........... ,..,, , 98 MaeAll ister, MacAllister. MaeCallun1, MacCarron. MaeCarthy, John 121 Yvonne 111, Bruce 111 ...,, ........... 1 3.16 Marjorie 141 .....,, 55.129 Kathy 111 ...,,,,,,.,,........ 16 Lemke, Sandra 121 .,,,l... .,..l........ 5 1,60 Lenz, Robert 141 ..........,...,. 88,107,128 Le Starge, Linda 111 ,,...,.,................ 13 Lester, Vicky 111 ,.....,..,.,,,,,.,,, 10,13,62 Leth, Dawn 131.,,,,,,,,,. Levine, Bonnie 131 ...... Levine Don 141 ....,,,,. ,,...,,..,58,97 . ,..,....,. 97 .....,..27 Levine, Ruth 131 ....... Lewis, Sandy 131 ....., Lewis, Susi 141 ,...... .......,,.6O,97 ,,....,.89,128 MacDonald, Sandra 121 ..,...., ....... 5 1 Maehut. Kitty 131 ,,....,..,...... ..... . .98 Machut. Phil 111 ............ .......... 1 3 Maeda, Beverly 111 ......,... ........ 1 4,74 Magnuson, James 111 ,,.....,,,....,, 16.76 Magnuson, Lee 121 .............. 38,51,1lO Mahler, Pat 121 ............... 1 .....,...... 51,60 Maierhofer, Bob 131 Maierhofer, Rudolph 111 ....,..... .,.. 1 4 Maisel, Carol 121 .........,................ 31.51 Maitland, Judy 121 ,,,,.l..., Kibbie, Dorothy 141.. Kick, Raleigh 121, ,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,, 5 9 Kieck, Nancy 131 ,,,,,,, Kile, Gerry 141 ......... ,...,,,,,,127 ,........27,127 Kim. Roy 121 .........., ...,,.. 5 0,75 Kinel, James 111 Kindhart, Carol 131 ,..,,,, ,,,,,,,,, 9 7 Kindler, Pat 131 ,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,, 9 7 Kindler, Ruth 131 ,,,,,,,1,,, ,,,,,,,,, 9 7 Kraus, Bob 111 .,,..,,.,.,.,.,..,. ,,,,,,,., 2 4 Kraus, Mary 121 ,,,,,,,,.,,,, ,,,.,,,,, 5 1 Krause. Veronica 141 ,.,,,,,,,.,,,,.,,,,,., 128 Kreft, Karen 111 .,.,.,,.,,,,,,..,..,,,,,.,,,,,,, 16 Kreider, Eldon 131 ...... 54,55,75,87.97 Krejsa, Richard 121 ..,,.,,.,,....,,,..,.,,,., 51 Kroencke, Carole 121 ,,,,,,,,,,,,,.,.,,,.,.,. 51 Krueger, Will 111 .,.,.,.,.,,,,.,..,,..,....,... 13 Kruk, John 121 ................,,..,, 51,75,102 Kruse, Allan 111 ........., Kruse, Elaine 141 ,.,,,,., Kruse, Gloria 131 ,..,,,,, Kurharik, Carol 1411, ,,.,59,93.97.101 .75,103,108,128 King, Barbara 111 ,,,,,,.,. King. Betsy 121 ...,..,,,,, ........50,103 Kms. Jerry 121 ..,...........,.., ,,,..,,,,,,, 5 0 Kingsley, James 131 ,,1,,, ,,,,,,, 74,97 Kingsley, John 111 ,,,,,,,,, Kirchhoff, Betty 121 Kirk, VVillia1Tl-141 .,..,,, ......,....l..47,50,59 Kivi, Marilyn 131 ,,,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,1 6 11,97 Klages, Richard 121 ...........,..,.,. 50,113 Klamer, Fred 131 ..,,,,,,,,, .,,,,,i,,,,, 9 7 Klamer, Jacob 121 ..,..,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 350,110 Klamer. Richard 111 ,.,,,,.,.,,,,,,,..,.,.., 13 Klehm, Carl 141 ,,.,,.,,,,,,,,,, 24,36,811,127 Klehm. Roy 111 ..............., 1324.38.80 Klement, Jerry 141 ...,......,. 82,110,127 Klingemaier, Marilyn 111 ,,,,,.,, 13,63 Kloman, Fred 111 ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 13,113 Klouthis, Bill 111 ...,,,,,,,,.,,,..,,,,,,,,, 16,82 Kmiecik. Gerald 111 ...,,,,, ,,,,,,,,, 1 6 Knaack, Fred 131 ........... ,....,,.. 9 7 Knight, Debby 121 ,.,..,,.. ,,,,,,,,. 5 0 Knight, Lynda 121 Knight, Wayne 131 ......,.,..,...,,,,, 97,110 Knobloch, Gail 121 ........ , .50,58,72,101 Kuehn, Judie 111 ,,.......,,..,,,,.,,.,,,,,,, 9,16 Kulik, Bernie 111 ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,..,,,,,., 16 Kunz, Mary Kay 141 ,.,,.,,..,,,,,., 59,128 Kunz, Phillip 121 ,,...,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,, 5 1 Kurth, Stephen 111 ....... ,,,,,,,,, 1 3 Kurtz, Dan 111 ......,.,,,, ,.,,..,.,,,,..,,,,, 1 6 Kurtz, Judy 121 Kurtz, Kent 131 ....,,,,, ,,,,,,, 3 6,8O,97,113 Kussow, Dave 121 .,,.,,,,,..,,,,.,,.,,,,,,,.,,, 51 Kutehera, Sheila 141 ,.,,....106,108,128,152 Kwiran, Manfred 131 ..,,,,,,.,,.,,,,,,,,,, 97 L Lacina, John 111 ..,., ,,,,,,. 13,85 LaCroix, Ray 121 ....,,.. ,,.,,,,,, 5 1 Ladas, Zeno 121 ,,,,.,,,, ,,,,,,,,, 5 1 Latzod, Jerry 141 ..,.,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,, 1 28 Lalor, Bernard 131 ,........ ,,,,.,... 9 7 Lambdin, Phil 131 ......, Lambert, Mike 121 .,,,,,,,, ,,,.,,.30,97 ...,,,.51,85 Landers, Barry 111 .,,.,,, ,,,,,,,,. 1 3 Landmeier, Lois 111 ,...,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 13 Landmeier, Sandra 131 ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 97 Landmeier, Tom 121 ,,,,,,,,,,,, 51,853,110 Lang, Gail 121 ..,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,, 5 1,60 Knoepfle. Donald 121 .,..,...,...,,,, 50,113 Knoepfle. Sue 131 .... 58,65,97,101,102 Knollmueller, James 131 ,,.,,, 22,30,97 Knopp, James 131..30.31,32,75,97.112 Knoppel, Herbert 131 ....,,....,,,,,,,,.... 97 Knoppel, Kenton 111 ......,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 16 Knox, Nancy 121 ,..,,,,,,,,,,,, .,,,,,, 5 0,72 Knutson, Dennis 111 ,,,,,,,,, ,.,.,,, 1 5,38 Koby, Jim 131 ,......,....,,,,, .,.,.,,,, 9 7 I46 Lange. Bonnie 111 .,.,,. Langerock, Patricia 121 ,,...,,,,,,,.,..., 51 Langguth, Evelyn 121. ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 51,60 Langos, Alfred 141 ,,,,,,,,,,,...,..,,, 80,128 Lide, Lorna 111 ,,,,,,,,,,,,. ........ 1 0,131.62 Liebenow, John 131 .........,...... 31,315.55 Liebenow, Judy 111 .... ......, ..,.,,,....... 3 0 Liggett, Patricia 131 ..........,.,,.,,,,,,, ,97 Liljequist, Barbara 121 .,., 7,51,59,102 Lilleherg. Karen 111 .,1.................,V,Y 16 Lind, Barbara 141 .........,.......,,. 116,129 Lind, John 111 ......,.,...., ............... 1 3 Lindahl, Sandra 141 ,,,,,,., ,.,...... 1 29 Lindberg, Bob 111 .......... .....,..... 1 3 Lindstrom, Rick 131 .,............., 97,114 Linehan, Dennis 141 Linehan, Karen 111 ........ ...,,,.,... 1 3 Link, John 111 ,,,,..1.,,,................... 16,80 Linnemann, Janet 121 .................,.... 51 Linnemann. Kenneth 131 .,.,...,,, 24,97 Linnexveh, Bud 111 .,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,..,..,...,, 13 Lippke, Bonnie 111 ,.,,,,,,,,,,..,,,,,... 13,72 Lippke, William 131 ,,,,,, 3o,s5,97,113 Lippold, Lois 131 ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,..,, 31,518,101 Lips, Bill 111 .,..,,,..,..,.,,,.,,,,...,,, 13,3882 Lips, Judy 131 ...,,,,.,, s0,72,9s.101,102 Lips, Nancy 111 ............................ 13,62 Lloyd, Sharon 111 ........ ,,.,..... 1 0,16 LoCasclo, Mike 131 ,.,.,,... ,,,.,.,,. 2 6,98 Loc-hinger, Tony 121 ,,,..,.,.,,.,.,.,...,.,. 51 Lockwood, Bob 131 .,,,,...34,59,80,82.98,113 Lockwood, Linda 131 .......... 72,98,103 Loey, Patricia 111 ,...,.,...,.,.,,,,.,,,.,.,.,., 13 Loeehl, Pat 111 ..........,,.. .......... 1 3,62 Loeding, Carol 111 .,,,,,,,,,, .,,,,,.... 1 3,20 Logie, Charles Jr. 111 ,,,..,, .,,,.,,.,., 1 3 Lohr, Jodee 131 ,,.,,,,,,.., ,.,,,.,,.,.,.., 9 8 ,,.,.,,,.13,62 Lohr, Karen 111 .,,.,.,. Loll, Kristin 111 ,.,.,, 13,62 Lonergan, Tim 121 ,.,,,,,,,,...,,,,,,.,,,.,,,. 51 Long, Cyndy 131 .....,.,60,93,98,101,103,104 Long, Sherrie 121 ,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,., 51,60 Longwell, Thomas 131 ,.,,,..,.,.,.. 98,112 Makinson, Judi 131 ...... 60 ,98,l00,101 Malchow, Simone 121 ,..... 29,36.47,51 Malone, Annette 111 ,,,... ,...,.,........,... 1 6 Malone, Odell 121 ....,.,.,, .............. 5 1 Mann, Ginny 121 ,,,,,,,,,.,,.....,..,..... 29,51 Mann, Linda 141 ....,,.,60,72,102,108,129 Manta, Carol Ann 121 ......,, 51,711,103 Mariasll, Marsha 111 Marino, Jacob 141 ..............V.,......Y.. 129 Marks, Ron 121 ,.,.,,,.,.,,,,., 34,51,80,113 Markus, Dorene 141 .................. 73,129 Marn, April 131 ,,.................. 60.98.101 Marsala, Judy 131 ,...,,,, ..,..........,,,. 9 8 Jeff 121 ,..,,....... ,,.,,... . 51,113 Bill 111 Marsh, Martin, Martin, Judith 121 Martin, Marie 111.,,,. ,,........... 14,541.62 Martin, Ron 131 .,,......... ......,...,.,, 2 7 Martini, Janet 121 ......... ..,1........ 5 1,60 Marwedel, Julie 121 ,,,.-...-.., 20.51.101 Maschoff, David 141 ..,..................... 27 Massa, Carl 111 ,...,...... ....,..... 1 438,82 Mast, Carolyn 111 Matara, Doreen 111 ....,,., Matheson, Arlene 111 May. Janice 111 ...,..,,., Mayer, Judy 121 ....1,, ,....,,,14,62 .,...,,,14,73 ....,.,.51,59 Mayhew, Carol 131 .,,...,..,,,..,,, ..,98,101 MeClaskey, MlCkl 141 .,,..,,.,.,,.,.,..,, 129 McClellan, Linda 111 McComb, Nancy 111 ..,..,,,...,,,., 9,1-4,62 McConnell, Bruce 111 ,.,,....,.,...,. 14,74 McConnell. Gary 121 .,...... ,,,...,, 5 1,75 McCord, Tom 111 ........................ 14.51 McCoy, Susan 131 .,.,.... 98,101,103,106 Langzos, Paul 111 ,.,. .,,, . ,, ,,.,.,.,,. ,,13 Look, Bonnie 111 ,,.,.,.,..,. McDonald. John 121 ......,.............,...,. 51 Lapinski, Barbara 141 Larkin, Lester 111 ,,,,,, Larsen, Sue 111 ....,....... .......128 ., ...,.... ,.13 LZITSDD, GOI'dOl"l 131 ..,,,,, .,.,..... 5 8,60,97 X Lopata, John 111 ,,,,.,.,.,.,,,.,.,,, 13.3880 Lorenz, Jeanene Ann 111 ...,...... 13,62 Love,1oy, Janet Lee 111. ,..,,...,,,.,,,.,,. 13 Loveless, Allan 141 McDonald. Mimi 141 ,.,..,.,54,55,101,103,104,129 Sandra 111 ...,...,.,.. ,...14,73 McDonald. McDonald, Susan 111. .,.... ....... 1 6 I Opsahl. Randi 131 .,,,,, I McDougall, Bonnie 111,,.. ...,.... 1-1.6.2 McDowell. Robert 111 ,.........,,,1-1.61 McDowell, XVillard 121 ...., ,,,,. ..,. . . .51 lVICGill, Pall 131.. ,... .. ..,. 55.98.1113 McGlynn. Tom 1-ll ,,,, , .,.......,,,,,, 1.1251 MqGowean, Bonnie 121 .,........, 51.79 McGrath. Patti 111 ....... ,VV..,,.------ 1 4.52 McKay. Rod 131 v,v.,,,,..,.....,....Yvv YYYA . 26 McKnight. Roger 111 ,,,,,,,..... 14.30.31 Mc-Lean, Karen 111... ,,............vvv,,, H16 McLean. Shirley 111 ...,,,,,,.,.........., 1-1 MeNurlen. Paul 111.. ,.......,,. 16.38.82 Mc-Nurlen, Richard 131 ,.,., 26.98 MeReynolds, Judy 111 ....,,. ....,1-1 Mt-Roberts. Terry 111 .......,. ....... 1 4 Medal, Andrea 111 ...... , , .,,... , ,W16 Medal. Jeanne 121 ...... ,,.,. , 51.60.103 Medal, Terry 111 ....,..1............... , ..... 14 Meehan. Fay 111 .....,.,,,.,., 214 Meehan. James 121 .......... 38.51,59,110 Meehan, Michael 111 Meehan, Sharon 131 .... ......... . ....... 9 S Mees. Nancy 121 ....,,..,, 47,5l,611,72.'T3 Meidell. Sandra 141 , ......... ,,,.,.129 Meier, Roger 141 ..,,,,,,.., ..,. . .... 129 Meinken. Edward 1-11.,36.80.110,130 Meller. David 121 ...., , Nlenefee. Bill 121 .... .. , ......... 51.112 Mogren, Stuart 141 ...,...,....... ..,.,,.,. 1 30 Mogren. Vicki 131 ..., 37,60.98,101,103 Moldenhauer. Arthur 121. .... 24.51 Molenkz imp, kurt 111 ,,,,,,,,, .,..,, .,61 Molitor, John 131 Moilenkamp. Jan 111.2 ........... 14.102 Monjeau. Sharon 131 .,.,...., Moon. Diane 121 ,......,.,.,. ........ 5 1 Moore, Charlotte 111 Moore. Dennis 1-11 ...,..... .............. 1 30 Moore. Leigh 121 ..,..... ........ 3 8,47,51 Moore, Nancy 121 .,.,,... ..,................ 5 1 Moore, Sally 131 ...,.,...,........ 73,100,101 Morand. Richard 131 Moraycc. Ralph 121... Morehouse. Barbara 131..98.103.106 Moreland, Gary 121 .,,,.,,,....., 51.85.110 Moreland, Merigail 111 .................... 16 Morgan, Art 121 ................. .. ......... 51 Moritz, Elizabeth 121 ........ ....... 5 1.59 Moritz, Walter 1-11 ......... .. ...13O Morris. Chuck 121 ..,...... ....,,...... 5 1 Morris, Jim 121 ........... ....,.. 3 8.51 Morrison. Sue 111 .......,.......,............., 14 Mors, Bill 121 ..,.,.,.,,,.....,,,...,.......,, 38.51 Mors, Bob 131, ,,,.,,,,,, 36,80,82.98,113 Moses. Don 121 ..... Mosiman. Frederick 111 ............ 14.38 Motisi. Peter 111 ........................ .1-1.38 Mott, Jim 141 ............ 58.80.82.112.131 Moudry. Kenneth 111 ,......... 14.85.112 Mroz, John 141 ...,.,............ 103,104,131 Mueller. Dwayne 131 ........,,.,.,,,........ 98 Mueller, Fred 141 ............ ........ 3 0.131 Mueller. Jeanette 111 .... . ....,....... 1-1 Mueller, Joyce 131 ...........1 1........ 9 8 Mueller. Kenneth 111 Mueller. Sharon 131.. .,., ........ 9 8 Mueller. Paul 111., .. ..,11 Muhly. Barbara 121 ..,........ ,,.,, 5 1 Mukahirn. Patricia 111 .................... 14 Posselt. Robin 121 .,,.,,,.,,,,,,,,,, 52,6O,73 Merz. Joanne 141 ......, ,....., 159.1311 Metz. Joanne 111 .,....,., , ..... 14.62 Metzler. Bob 111 .....,.,. ,..............,....,. 1 -1 Mewbourn. Shirley 121 .,......... ., ,..... 51 Meyer, Frank 121 ..,....,........,..,,, 51,112 Meyer. Helen 121.,.,.. ,, ,..... H51 Meyer. Judy 141,,102.104.106,1118.130 Meyer, Karen 121 ,.........., ,,.,..... , 51.60 Meyer. Marvin 131 ....... ..... 7 4.93 Meyer. Robert 111 ........ ...,..,., 3 2 Meyer. Roger 131 .............. .,,,.,,. 9 3.98 Meyer. Rosemarie 1-11 ..,......, 58,130 Meyer, Tony 121 .,..,. .. ........... ......51 Meyer, VVayne 111 .,.,,........,,, 14.61.112 Meyers, Eric 111 .....,......... ........., . 14 Meyers. Richard 111 ....... ...., . 14 Meyers. Stuart 141 ........,.. ...,.,-. 1 30 Michaels, Judith 121 ,,....,, ........ 5 1,59 Michelson. Judy 121 ..,..-. .1 ---- 51 Miehgelson, James 111 .........,.......... 14 Middleton. P1120 141 ...,...,... .,,,80.130 Muran. Sara 121 .,.......................,.. 51.60 Murphy, Jim 141 ,.,,. ,,.....,. 1.,,1 3 0 .32,131 Murphy, Sharon 131 ........,. ....,,..,. 5 8.98 Murray. John 131 .........,...... 98.114.115 Murray, Judy 131 .,...., ...........98,101 Nolte, Floyd 131. ....... . ..,.,..,.....26,98 Nordtvedt. Don 121 .... ,,,. ,.,,..,...,..,.. 5 1 Norman. Stan 141.. ...,..... 7,80.113.131 North, Barry 131 ......... ,,...,..... . . ........ 98 North. Larry 131 ....,.,.,.,,,., .,...,..... 9 8 Novacek. Robert 111 ....,,, . ........ 11 Nowak. Beverly 111 Nylvlin, Arthur 111 ,......... ............,,, 3 8 Nygard. Riggie 131 .......,, ,..., , 127.98 0 Oakley, Audrey 121 ...,. .. ........ 51 Oberg, John 131 ........,.,,, ....,... 9 8 O'Brien, Bill 111 ...,,,.... . ............... 75 Ocasek. Jeanne 121 .... ................. 5 1.611 O'Connell. Mary 121 ..,..................... 51 O'Day. Tina 121 ........,,,. ...47.51.60.103 Odriozola. Luis 141 ...... Oehlerking, Bruce 121 O'Gorman, Pat 121 ..... O'Grady. John 111 Ohrem, LaVerne 111,. Oja. Carol 111 ........,..,.. , ., ,,,........, .131 ,,,,,....,,....2-1.51 ..51 Oldaker. Bill 121 ........,...,., ,.,38.51,113 Olson, Adrienne 111 Olson. Dennis 141 .,...... Olson. Jerry 121... Olson. Joyce 131 ,...,., Omer. Janet 111 .,.,.,,,.. , ,,,,,,,, .1...,.. 1 31 ...51.80.112 . ........., ..,,,, 3 1 ONe1l, Bob 121 .,..................., 38.51.113 O'Neal, Penelope 1-11 Opalecky, Joe 141 Oplt, Joanne 131 .........,,,. .. 98.101 Opsahl, George 121 ......... ..,., 51.80 Orescan. Kathleen 141 Orgler, Pat 141 ..........,.,. 58.75.103,131 . . . 58.131 Orgler, Sandy 111... ......,, ............. 1 6.62 Ortiz, Maria 121 ..,....... Oscarson. Carolee 111 Osterberg. Jean 111 Ostrom, June 111 ...,..., Otto, Charles 111 ., ,.... 62 Pedersen, Joan 121. .,........... 52,713,102 Peeke, Richard 111. .,.,,..,......,, . .,,..,, .80 Peery. Jim 131 ............,. 36.58.811,8T,98 Peery, Sharon 111 .,,,,,,,,,, .,,,,,, , , 1,62 P0lfL'I'. Eddie 111 ..,...,......,.,.,... ..38.113 Pendleton. Donald 131 J... ............ 2 6.98 Pennington, Lee 121 ..,..,, Perricone. Ralph 111 Perz. Lois 111 Peters, Paul 121 ..............,.,.,.,. ,,.38,113 Petersen, Chuck 141,.36,42,58.89.132 Petersen. Diana 131 .,,,.,.........,.. 98,101 Petersen. Dotty 121 ....,...... ,,..,...,. . .52 Petersen, John 131 .,.,....-10.51.55.58.87.93.98.113 Peterson, Fred 111 Peterson, John 121., .52.103.113 Peterson, Judy 141 ,,28.29.37.42.116,117,132 Peterson. Lynda 121 ,.,.,,,,,...,,,.,.,, 52,59 Peterson. Roy 111 Peterson. Sandra 121 .,.......... 29.5260 Peterson. Stanley 121 .,,,..,.,,,..,,,..,.., 52 Peterson, Tom 141 . ......,............... 132 Petkus. Joan 121 .... 20.52,101,103.10-1 Petrie. Jim 121 ...........,..,...........,. 74.98 Petterson. Roy 121 .,.,,...,....,.,...,....., 52 Pfeffer, Sylvia 121 .,.....,30.52.54.55.72.103,106,107 Pfluger, Bernice 121 ......,,,,.....,.......,., 52 Pfluger, Joanne 141 .,.,.,.., ........,... 1 32 Phelan. Chuck 111 .....,,., ,,,,,... 1 4,82 Phillips. Alan 111 ......... ........ 1 4,22 Phillips, Lynn, 111 ..,.,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,..,,,.,., 14 Phillips, VVarren 121 ..........,... 38.52.84 Piepenbrink, Carol 141 .......,,.,, .132 Pietrolonardo, Anne 121 ......,. ,...... 5 2 Pinekney. Phil 111 .1.,. ,.,,, ,,,, Pinkham. Jerry 111 Pinkos. Ricky 111 ....,,.... Pipkin, Penny 121 Pistorius, Judy 141. .,.,.. .. Pitt. Carolyn 131... ,,.,, .,,.,..1-1 52.60 ,,,.,...132 .......98 Pltyer, Mlehael 1414 ,,,,,,,,.,,,,,,,,,,,.,, 132 Murray. Peggy 111 ................,, ,.,,.. 1 4 My-ers, VVally 131 .,...,.. ....,.,. 3 8.76.98 Myers, Walter 121 ............................ 51 Myers, Warren 111 .,.,........ 10.61.112 Myk. Catherine 121 ....,,,................... 51 Myk, NVayne 121 ...,...... ........... . V51 N Nash, Mike 111 ........,,,... ,.,....... 1 4.82 Nau. Kenneth 131 .......... ..,..... 9 8.112 Naylor, Dave 111 ...,...........,........ 14.113 Nearhoocl, Dolores 121 ...... 51,101,102 Pruyn, Don 131 .......,.,... Nickelsen. Dick 131 .......... 3658.80.98 Nehf, Jesse 121 ,...,.,.,...,.,.....,......, 38.51 Nelson, David 141 Nelson. Ellen 121 ...... ......... 5 1 Nelson. Jay 121 ,....... ......... 5 1 Nelson, Karen 111 l..,,.,.,............... 14,62 Nelson. Lois 131 ....,,..,,,. 60.98.101,103 Nelson. Marilyn 111 ........... ,,..,... 1 4.62 Nelson. Mike 111 Nelson. Pat 111 Nelson, Suzanne 111 Neubauer. Gregg 121 ......... ......,,,.,. 5 1 Neubaum, Herb 111 Neumann, Charles 121 ,,....,.., 38.51.80 Neumann, Henry 141 ............... 27.131 Neunteufel. Tony 141 ......,....... 26,131 Neurauter, Bill 121 Newcomb, Gordy 121----"., .... ..,51.85 Newman, Russell 111 Nichols, Bill 111 Mielke. Martin 121 ........ ,,,,.......,,, 5 1 Mihalek. Judy 121 .....,,,...........,..,. 15.51 Milazzo, Kathleen 111 .,.,..... .......... 1 6 Milbratz. Bud 111 Miller, Bill 121 Miller, Delores 131 .....,,,. ...... 5 9.98.1111 Miller, Harvey 141 ..........,............-.- 130 Miller, Jackie 121 ,..,., .,..........,,,, 5 1.60 Miller, John 111 ......,. .14.38,82.86.87 Miller, Kathy 131 ,,,...,.....59.98.100,101,102 Miller, Kris 131 .................... 87.93.101 Miller, Leroy 121 ..........,....l,.-.-----.---- 51 Miller, Marlene 141 ......... ,.-.------,- 1 30 Miller, Mollisue 111 .....,,...-.-----,,----- 14 Miller, Nancy 121 ...... .. .......... 51.103 Miller, Richard 141 ...,. , ....,., 116.1311 Miller, Richard 121 ....... .V1-,--- 38 -51 Miller, Robert 141 ......... ...,.,,. 1 10.130 Miller, Sue 111 ......,. ......l........ 1 4.613 Mills, Pat 121 ,.,,.,.,..,............. 31.32.51 Milnlan, Ralph 121 .............,,-.-1-------- 51 Minctti. Toni 121 ..... 51.60,87.101.102 Mitchell, Andy 131 ........... .............. 9 8 Mitchell, Bonnie 131 .................. 98.101 Mitchell, Joyce 141 .......... ...,.,.. 7 .130 Mitchell, Kathie 121 ........................ 51 Mitchell, Penny 141 ..........,. 58,6-1.130 Mitchell, Shari 111 Mitchell, Wallace 111 .............. ,...... 1 5 Mobus, Carol 111 ...................... ....,.. 1 6 Mockenhaupt. John 121 .................. 51 Modjeske, Jeanne 121 ,.,...,..........,.... 51 Moehling, Ed 131 .......,...,............ 98.11-1 Moehling, Judy 131 .,....... ,,.............. 9 8 Moehling. Sandra Lee 111 .,............ 14 Moeller, Denis 111 .................. ....... 1 4 Niemann, Dennis 121 ...........,...... 51,85 NilS0n. Darlene 121 Nll1ll1lCf. John 131 .............. ....... 5 8.98 Nims, Dave 111 Ninnemann, Charles 111 ...... 1626.32 Ninow, Tom 121 ,,,,,,,,,.,,,,.,,.,,,....,,...., 51 Noble. John 111 ........ .,.....,23 Plambeck. Richard 121 ., ,,,. 34,52,103,113 Plank. Don 141 .......... .36.42.84,s7,132 Pohlnlan, Lloyd 111 ,,........ ,.,,..,.. 1 4.24 Pokuta. Wayne 111 Pollard. Jerry 121 Poole. Bonnie 131 ..,...,,. ........, 6 0.98 Popp. Alvin 131 ..,.. .... .,....... 5 8 .98 PODIJ. Carl 131 ..................,...,,........ 40.98 Poteraeki. Georgia 111 ..,,.,............., 14 Potter. Jerry 131 ...................,.,.....,.... 98 Potts. Caren 121 ,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 52,57,59,106 P0Well. Gale 131 ..,.........,. 60,74,98.101 Ostos, Alan 111 .,,, ,.,......,................... 1 6 Owen. Jane 131... .......,.. 60,98,101.11'13 Owen, Nancy 111 .... ..... ..,.,...,............ 6 2 P Pacelli, Jim 121 ................ . .,,,,, .51 Paddock, Lee 141 ......................,. 29.131 Page, Bernadine 121 ,.,...,... ..,..,..... 5 1 Page, Jim 121 ........................ ...,.... 5 1 Pagnac. Kenneth 111 Palermo, Nancy 111 ..........., ..,, ..,. 6 2 Palmer. Bill 141 ,.,........... 42.80.82,115 Palmer, David 111 ,,,,,.,,.,,,.,,, 34.82,113 Palmer. Florence 111 ..,.,.,............... 62 Palmer, Jack 141 ........,..,............ 80.131 Palmer, Janice 121 .... 51,60,72,T-4.101 Palmer, Sharon 111 ..........,.......,..,, ..62 Panek. John 131 Panek, Judy 141 .....,.,..,.....,. 20,102,131 Panek, Ronna 111 ..................,...,. 16.73 Panza. Ken 111 Panzer. Parcell, Joyce 141 ........ Parke, Pat 121 ........... Parkin, John 121 ....... Parnell, Lyle 111 Parson, Dick 111 Parson, Nancy 121 ....... Dorothy 131 ..........,.,,.. 98.101 ,......59.13l .,.....51,1111 ,.....,.51 Paschke, Ed 141 ...,....,..... .......,.,., 1 32 Passmore, Rich 111 ,,........ ,,,.,.,.. 1 6.82 Pastor, Pat 121 .,...,...,.,. ............... 5 1 Pasvogel. Sally 131 .,......,................... 98 Pate, Dwight 121 .......,.,........ 51,80,104 Pate, Jerry 121 ..................,,....,......... 51 Patterson, Yvonne 121 .,,..., ......., 5 2 Patzke, John 111 Pauls. Judie 111 Paulson. Kenn 131 ......... .. ...... 58,98 Pauly, Joan 121 .,,,.,,.,.. .,,.,...,., 5 2 Payne. Gammon 111 Peak, Lynola 111 .......... Pearne, Penny 131 .....l .........16,62 . ....,.,.,.,.,, 55,98 Pearson, Janet 131 ......,... ...-10,923,103 Powell. Joyce 111 ...........,...,.............. 16 Powell, Sandy 131 ........ 28.29.-l0,93,98.101,103 Poznan, John 111 ,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 2 3,61 Prahl, Karen 121 ........,..,.,,... 52.59.103 Pratt. Jeff 121 .,..,................... 38.52.110 Precilio. Sara 111 Prenner, Mary 111 ,,,,,,,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 14 Prenzler. Robert 111 Price. Dave 141 ...... .... . 30.105.110,132 Price. Diane 131 .........................,...... 98 Prigge, Pam 131 .,......... Prouty, Robert 111 ,...,,, Pruyn, Barbara 111 Pulley, Georgia 111 ....... Purvis. Alan 121 ,,,,,, ,, Putz. Joe 121 ..,.......,..,,.,,, Pytlik. Helga 131 ........, 9 ...,..,98 . .,,,,. 16 ............132 .....1-1,62 52.74.76 .,.52,102 Quigley, Bonnie 131..60.72.98,102,104 Quigley. T. J. 131 Quiroz. Mark 131 ,,.,, ....... 9 8 Quiroz. Pete 111 ........ ..-.... 1 4 Raasch, Connie 131 .,,..,.,30.32,-10,72.98,101.102.104 I47 1 I 'I 4 1 I I I 1 l 1 1 I 1 1 . Riley, Laurie 133 ,..,,..,,, 29.55,59,94,99 ,.,,....99 , F Spicer, Kay 123 Raasch. Linda 113 .... 14.62,73.Il131.102 Rabe, Ed 143., ,.,,,,,,,,,,,,, 42.116.117.132 Radtke, Mary Lou 113... V,VVY.V,VV,VV,V ..1-1 Raef. Kay 143 ....,.,.......,............. 103.132 Rafiay, Donna 143 ............55.101,106,116.132 Ragland, Alan 143 ...,................ 133,140 Raichert. Ronald 133 ..,..................... 26 Ramirez, Manuel 113 ................ 16.80 Randell, Herb 133 ,.,,..,. ........ 9 8 Ranger. Pete 113 Rapp, Richard 143 .......... ,...Yv.... 1 33 Rascher, Richard 123 ...................... 52 Rask. Dale 113 ............,,Y, Y,................. 1 6 Rasmussen. Babs 123 ......,. 52,102,106 Rasmussen. Don 133 ...............,vY,vYY,V 98 Rasmussen, Philip 143 V,,Y ,V,,....----. 1 33 Raupp, Daniel 123 ....... .... ,.,. 5 2 .83.110 Rawlings. Bettjane 133 .,.... ..,...... v,.v 9 3 Read. Bill 123 ...............v 30.52.103.113 Reckamp. Robert 113 .....,..,VV,YYv-Y-YV,- 16 Reckwerdt, Melanie 113 ............ 14,62 Reed, Sherrell 143 .... 29.76.S6.103.133 Reel, Diane 113 Y..,.,.......................,.... 14 Rees. Nick 143 ..........................v... 58.133 Reeves. Trilla Ann 113 ........,. 14.62.72 Regnell, Ralph 143... ...,...Y,,,...,,,... .133 Rehm, Carol 123 Reichard, Phyliss 123 ,, ,,,.. 30,52,73.79,101 Reilly. Sandy ..............................,,Y,V,V,,V 52 Reinke. Guenther 133 Y,,Y...YYY......,V....,. 98 Reinsma, Tom 123... ,..,... 31.34.5254 Reis. Karen 113 ......,....Y................ 14,62 Remedi, Bob 123 Retzke. Fred 113 ....,...,,..., ,.,,.,..,.,. 1 4 Revers, Johnny 143 ..,....................... 133 Rezner, Tom 113 .,......,.,.,,.,................ 14 Richardson. June Marie 133 ...,.,,, 58 Richardson. Ronnie 113 ..,,......... 14.61 Richmond. Bruce 123 ..,.,. 38.52.98.114 Richter. Allen 123 ......................,.,,..., 52 Richter. Bill 123 ......,.,........... 52.73.112 Richter. Frances 123.. ,,,,,,.V,V,,,V.V.V... 52 Rickards. James 143 ....,.... Y..,...... 1 33 Rickards. Patrick 113 Rickert, Hazel 143 .......,.., ..,..... 2 0.133 Riemer, Emily 123 .....,... ...1..... 5 2 Riesing. Penny 133 ......... ........ 9 9 Rightmire. Janet 113 ,...ttt,t,.,..........,. 14 Riley, Dan 133 .,............,.........,,.,..,,.... 99 Ripley, David 113 Ritchie. Ann 123 ,.,.,........,, ..,,,,..,. 5 2.59 Ritzma. Robert 133 ......... .....,.... 3 6.99 Roach, William 123 Robb. Brian 143 ...........,........ 36.58133 Robb, Bruce 133 ...,...., ........ 8 0.85.99 Roberts, Tom 123 ........... ............... 5 2 Robertson, Jill 113 ,,,,,,t .....,.... 1 4.62 Robertson, Joy 123 ......... .......... 5 2.60 Robertson. Sheila 143 .....1...... 104.133 Robinson. Bonnie 113 ...................... 14 Robinson, Richard 133 .......,., 73.76.99 Robinson. Ted 133 ,......................,.... 99 Rocco, Carol 113 ...............i,.,......,.,.... 14 Rodewald. Lynn 123..52,57,60.72,103 Rodriquez, Ernesto 133 ,,............ 84,99 Rodriquez. Manuel 113 .................,., 34 Roeck, Fred 123 ,....... ,,.....,,...,.......,.... 5 2 Roeske, Barbara 123 ,,.,,,..,............... 52 Roeske. Carole 123 ..,.....,.,..... 47.52.106 Roeske, Rodman 123 ..,............... 52.75 Roesler. Leonard 123 .......,.............. 52 Rogozinski. Jan 123 ...,,.,,,,,,,.,. 52.54.55 Rohner, Horst 113 Rolfs. Judy 113 ................,,..,.....,....... 14 Roller, Ralph 113 ....,..,,,,,.,,,.. 10.14.113 Roney, Curtis 113 .........................,.,.. 14 Roosen, William 133 ......,,.,,,......,, 58,99 Roosen, Bob 113 ............ 14.73,102.113 Rosa, Judy 123 ......... ,..............,...... 5 2 Rosa, Susan 123 ....... ....................,. 5 2 Rose. Greg 133 ,.........,......... 36.80.8499 Rose, Marilyn 113 ............,..,.,,...,. 14,62 Rose, Victor 113.. .,,, ......,, 3 8.61.73 I48 Rosenblatt, Ed 113. . . ,.,.... 14.22.75 Rosene. Gail 143 ,.,,,, ......, 6 5,133 Roscne. Roger 123.... ..,...,. 52,813.83 Rossen, Vililliam 133 Rothcnbach, Don 123 ,,.,.,.......... ...,.... 2 2 Rothenbach. Sharon 143 .......,..,,.... 133 Rothenberger. Dale 123..38.52,8O,113 Rother. Judy 133 ,,,.,,....,..............,,.,,,, 99 Rowe, Carol 113 ,,,,,,, ,......,..,..., ........ 1 4 Rowland. Kathleen 113 .......,. ......., 1 4 Rozek, Jim 123 ...,,.,.,.,.,..,.,, ,,,,...,... 5 2 Ruckoldt, Judith 133 ,,,, ,...............,,, 9 9 Rudd, Glcnys 113 ..............,..,., 14.62.79 Rudler, Bill 143 .,..,l...,,,..,....,,...,. 31,133 Rudolph, Brenda 133 ....... 2958.93.99 Rudolpho, Janet 113 Ruffino, Art 143 ,,,,,.,..,,,., ......,....., 1 33 .. .... 58,134 Ruth 143 ....,,.., Ruhnow. Rumrey, Roger 113. ,,... .. Rush, Charles 123, ,..,. . . . 52.57 Russ. Jack 133 ,,,.,,.,... ..,......,,,,, ,,,, , 2 6 Russell. Bob 113 .....,.,.,.,.........,..,......... 14 Russell, Suzann 113. ..... 14.32,72,102 Russoy, Bob 113 ,,,,..,,,......,,,,,,,,, ,..,... 1 4 Ruzicka. Rosemary 113 .,.,,. 14.62.103 Ryan. Linda 133 ,,,,,,,.........,,,,, .,.... 3 1,99 Ryan. Teresa 123 ,,.,....,,,,,,....,, 23.52.60 Rydberg. Nancy 113 .,1,1,.,.,.....,.,,,,,,. 16 Rydberg. VVayne 133 ........36.58.87,99,113 S Sachtsrhale. Jim 133 .,.,,.,.,..,..,1 99,113 Sampson. George 143 .........,,,.... 23.134 Samson. Faith 143 ....,, 72.101.102,134 Schneider. June 123 .,......,,, ,,,,,,........ 6 0 Schneider. Pat 123 ,,,,,. ,..... 32.73.103 Schobert, Maryann 123 ......,..... 60.103 Schock. Daniel 143., ,,,, Schoen, Tom 123 Schoenbeck. Joy 123 Shogren. Sue Shriver. Bob Shulse. Betty Shulse. Mary Shultz. Lcbcr 123 ......... ....... 2 9.52 133 .....,,,,,,,..,.,.,...,. ,,,..,, 9 9 Lou 143. .. 1.135.140 Jane 133 ,,,,.,.. 60.99.101 t 113, ,,............,.,,,,,,,,..... 15 Schoenbeck. Wendell 143 .....,,, 24,134 Schoenfeld. Carol 123 ,,........,...,...,... 613 Schoepkc. Robert 123 Sehordje. Carol 113 Schramm. Lee 113 ........,... ,...... 1 5.23 Schreiber. Dave 123 ......,.....,.,...., 38.84 Schroeder. Barbara 133 .................. 99 Schroeder. Bob 133 ,.........,.,.,, 31.75.99 Schroeder. Carol 113 .,,,, .......,.,.....,,,. 1 6 Schroeder, Diana 113 .......,...,,,,, 15,16 Schroeder. Jim 133 ..,.,....,,,,, ....99 Schroeder. Mayrene 113 Schroeder, Ronald 123 .,,,.......... 34.113 Schuartz, Judy 113 Schuctte. Jean 123 Schuctz, Terry 113 Schuler. Judy 113.. ,....... ,...,., 1 5.23 Schultz, Bob P. 123 ,..,..,.. ,,,,,,..,,,,. 5 2 Schultz. Bob W, 123 .,,.,,,.....,... 52,114 Schultz, James 133 .,,,,.........,. 76.99.113 Schultz. Lee 123 ,.,... . ......,....,..,,, 31 Schultz. Nancy 113 ....,,, ,...,.,.,, 7 3.1013 Schultz, Tom 133 Schulze. Bob 113 ..,,,,,. ,..,,.. 1 5 Schulze, Dotty 133 .....,,, .,...,. 5 39 Schulze. Richard 113 .....,..,,,,............ 15 Schumacher. Ann 113 ,........, .,..,. 1 5.74 Schumacher, Denny 123 Shumaker, Bernadine 143 ...,,.,, 20.135 Shumaker. Edward 133 ............,, 39.99 Sieben, Gerry 133 ........30.31.93,99.101.103 Siebert. Karen 113 ......,..,,...........,..... 15 Siech, Barb 123 ,...,......,...,, ...,.., . 57.101 Siegel, Robert 143 ,....... 86.105,108.135 Siemro. Donna 133 ........31.32.40.72.99.1131,102 Sigwart. Judy 143 ......,,,,,,,........, 23,135 Silver. Leslie 113 ,,,,..... ...,,..,,....,,,,,. 1 5 Sim. Andrew 143 ................ 74,102,135 Simmons, Bob 133 ,,,,.,,,,, ,,,,,,..,.. 36 .99 Simmons, Tom 113.. ,..., l....,, , 16 Simpson, Lynn 123 ,,,,,,.,,,,,,..,,,,,.,,,..., 613 Simpson, Sharon 123 Sims, Keith 143 .,,.,,,,,,, ,,., 2 3.75,76.112 Sinclair. Gerald 143 ........74.103.104,105,113,135 Singclmann. Jay 133 ,..,. ,,.,,,,,,,,.,.,... 9 9 Skach. Marilyn 143 ,.,,,,,,,..,,,,...,, 89,135 Skadberg. Dean 143..36.80,87.11O,135 Skahill. Judy 133 ,,,, ,,,,,,,,,......,,,.,....., 9 9 Skarr, Clifford 123 Skrysak, Mike 113 Slansky, Tim 123 Slazas. Barbara 113 ,,..,.. ,...........,.., 1 5 Slinkard. Jim 113 ,,.,,....,..,,,,.. ..16,38.80 Slonaker. Richard 113 ,..,,,,,.,,...,. 15,23 Slonecker. Don 123 ....,.,.,.,,,.,,,,,, 85.110 Sandberg, Virray 133. ,.,.....,,,,,...,..... 99 Sande. Tom 123 .,,.,,,,,,,,.,,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,.,, 52 Sandeen. Perry 123 .,.,,,,,.,, .,,,,.,.,. 5 2,76 Sander, AI 123 ,......,.,.. 38.47.52,83,110 Sandford, Marge 133 Sandford. Pat 113 .,,,,, Sandvig, Lorelei 113 Sandy. Margaret 113., 30.31.3299 1.14.62 Silnnwald, Bill 133 .,,,,,, ,,,,,,,, 5 9,923,102 Sannwald. Bob 113 ,,,,,,,,,, .,,, Santa relli. Tom 143., . ,.......... ,,,,,,.,., 1 34 Sass, Robert Gordon 143 .......14,32 134 Sass. Sharon 123 .,,,. .,..,,.. ,..,,, ,,,,,,,. 5 2 . 60 Sasse. Alwin 123... ......,,, Savio, Kay 113... Sawyer. Bob 113 ..,,,, .,.,,, Sawyer. George 123., .........14.62 .........14,61 Sayre. Jim 123 .....,..,..,.,,...,,,..,..,,,. 38,52 Sharbaro. Bob 123 ......,...,..... 52.80.114 Scamehorn. Pat 113.. Sehaek, Georgia 133 ,...... . Schaefer. Diane 123 ......,. Schaefer. Jane 113 ,..,,....., Schaefer, Ronald 133 52 ...ffffffiifsz Schaeffer, Ronald 113 ..,,., ,,,,, .,., 1 5 .38 Sehall, Charles 133 ....... Schumacher, Ed 133 ,,......36.80.84,85.99.110 Schumacher, Rita 123 ..,,,,,.,,,........... 613 Schumann, Rein 143 .,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,.,,,,, 134 Schumann, William 113 ,,.,...,.,., 15.38 Schummer. Lynnae 123 Schwaller, Karen 113 ...............,,,,,,. 15 Schwaller, Sandra 143 ..,...,.,,..,, 20,134 Schwantz. Bonnie 143 ...,...,.,...... 72,134 Schwantz. Ronnie 123 Schwarz, Kathy 123 Ken 123 Schwarz. Schwarz. Lydia 133 .,.,,,,,,,,... 72.99.103 Schwarz, Richard 113 ....,............. 15.59 Schwarz. Richard 133 .,,...,,.,,.,.,..,.,.. 99 Schweigerdt. Arlene 143 ...... 102.134 Schweigerdt. Betty 123 .... 60,101,103 Schwieger, Barb 133 .,,,.........,,,.,., 59,99 Smith. Avery 143 .,,.... ,....., 1 36,140 Smith, Carol 123 Smith, Don 113 Smith, Elizabeth Mary 123 ,,.......... 59 Smith Gail 133..58.72.99,101.102,104 Scott. Joe 113.. ..,.........,,,,..,..,. 15.85.112 Scott, Lynda 133 ,,...,,. ,....,,..,...,... 9 9 Scott, Nancy 143 ,,.,..., ,,,.,,.,.,,, 1 34 Scott, Stephen 143., ,,,.,. ........,, 5 8.135 Searcy. Jinny 113 Schaller. Lynn 1 Schamne. Gloria 43 ...... ,........... . 110.134 133 ...........,.....,., 58,99 Schanmier, Donna 123 ..,.,.,,.,,,.,,. 52.59 Scharringhausen, Carl 123 ,,,,..,,.,., 52 Scharringhausen, Donna 133 ,.., 60.99 Scharringhausen, Larry 123 ,...,..... 52 Scharringhausen, Myrna 123 ,.,,,.,, 52 Scheffer. Steve 113 .....,.,,.,,,.,,,,,..,,.,, 112 Scherrer. Kathleen 113 .,,.,,.,. ..,,.,,. 1 6 Schiel. Skip 123 ....,,,..,,,,...,,,, ,,,,,,,. 5 2 Sohiffelbcin. Wayne 143. .. ......... .134 Sedewarft. Jackie 113 ......... ,,.,,.,,.,,. 1 3 Sedlak. Steve 123 Seef, Michael 143 ....... ,, ,.,.,,.,,. 34,135 Seegers. Carol 113 ..,..,.,.,.., ,..,....., 1 5 Seegers, Ronald 143 ,.,,,.,,, .,,,.,., 1 35 Seffens, Grace 123 .....,,.,, ,,,,,,. 5 9 Sellers. Sharon 143 ...,,.., ..,,....,,,.,.. 1 35 Sellik. Bob 113 Selman. David 113 ..........,.,.,. 15.38.113 Sender, Fred 113 .,......,... .,,.......,... 1 5 Senne. Gloria 133 ..,.,,... .,.,,.., 2 0.99 Scnne. Judy 113 ...,,,,, .....,,... 1 5 Senne. Sharon 143 ..,,,.,, ,..,.... 1 35 Serbin. Wayne 123 ....... ....... 5 9 Setzer, John 123 Seward. Sherry 113 ...... .. ,.,.,..,,.,.,. 15 Smith, John 133 Smith, Judy 123... ,.,........... ...... .... . . 60 Smith. Larry A. 133 ......,.. ....... 3 6.99 Smith Larry E. 113 ......... ,.,..,, 1 5.32 Smith Melissa 123 ......... .,.....,. 7 3 Smith Roger 133 ......... .,.,,.... 9 9 Smith Sandra 123 ,........... ........ 6 O Smith. Sharon 113. ,,.,.,,.,......,.,,.,. 16.62 Smith. Warren Irvin 143 ...,....31.86.102,117.136 Smits. Bob 113 .....,.,,..,,,..,.,,,.,...,...,...,. 15 Smythe, Sean 133 ,..,,...,., .....,....,.,,..,.. 9 9 Soenksen. Dave 123 .........,.,,, 38.83.1113 Sokolski. Alice 113 ,,,,,,.,.,,,,,,,,,..., 15,79 Somers. Michael L. 113 ,,,,,.,...,,.,,.,. 15 Sommer, Lore 113 ,,.,.,,,,,.,,,,,,,,,,.,..,.,,, 15 Sowinski. Ginny 123 ,,.,,.,..... 52.74.106 Spaans, Chuck 113 .,.,,..,,,,,....,,.,........ 38 Sparks. Patricia 113 ,,....,..,,..,.....,.... 15 Specht. Bill 113 .....,,,.,,,,,, .,,.,.,., 1 5 Spencer. James 113 ....,., ,, ...... 15 Spiczak, John 123 Spitler, Phil 113 .....,.,.,,,.,,,,,,,,.,.,....,.. 15 Spomer, William 113 ...... 15.353.82.112 Spratt, Linda 143 ,... 58,91.101.102.136 Staeh. Virginia 123 Seward. Thomas 133. ....,.,..,,,,,,,,., 77,85 Schiffer. Stephen 113 Schilling. Alan 113 .....,.,,,,,,, ...,..., 1 6 Schindelar. George 113 .,.,,,., . ..,..,.. 15 Schindler, Janet 113 ,.,,,... Schipper. James 143 ........ Sehmelchel, Daniel 123 Schmidt. Judy 133 ....... Schmidt, Lois 113 .,,.....,,., .........134 .,,,....99 ........15 Schmidt, Shirley 113 ......... ........ 1 5 Schmidt, Wayne 133 ,....... Schmoyer. Judy 123 ....... ,........29.32 Schncck, Dean 133 .....,...,.,...,.. 36.84.99 Schneck, Dennis 113 ,,,.,.,,,,,.,. 15.38.80 Schneider. Dick 143 ..... Shanley. Eleanor 123 Shannon, Mike 123 ....., 47,54.55.80,S6 Shaughnessy. Dave 113. .... 16.32.113 Shaughnessy. Lynn 113 .........,....,... 15 Shaw. Philip 123 ,.,..........., ,,..,..,.. 3 8 Shaw. Ken 133 ,..,,....... ,.,.,,,.,.,.,. 9 9 Sheets. Steph 123 ........... .,..,,..,. 6 0,103 Shelffo. Marshia 133 ...,... .,..,,.,., 9 9 Shell, Larry 123 Sherman. Jim 123 ,..,.,,,. ..,,...,. 4 7.54 Shervey, Pat 113 .........., .,.,.,...,.... 1 5 Sherwood. Jim 123 ....... .....,., 2 4.76 Shipman. Fred 113 .,,.,,. .,,.,,...... 1 5,38 Shoemake, Ron 143 ......,....... 36.80.135 Stadc. Jim 133 ,....,.....,........,,....,.., 27,99 Stadell. Lynn 123 .......................... 36,60 Stadelman. Donald 143 ........80.112.115,136 Stadnick, Shirley 123 .......,.,,.,,....,,..,, 23 Staples, John 133 ......,.,.,, 75,76,99.102 Stark, Judy 113 ,,,..... ..,,...........,,. ,... T 3 Starnes. David 133 ,,.,,,. ,.,,.,...,.,,, 7 5,99 Stasuk, Michael 123 Stavros, Anthony 113 .,..,. 14.38.82.113 Stefanik, Charlene 113 Steffes. Claudia 133 .,.,...... ...,,.,,, 9 9 Steffes, Helen 113 Stehman, Barbara 133 ........58.99.101.103 Steichmann, Andy 113 ......,,,,,,,,,,,,.,., 16 Steiger, Lianne 123 Steiger, Peter 113 ............,..............,.. 15 Steil. Bette Jane 113 ...,,,,,,,,, 15.62.79 Steil. George 133 .................... 36.84.99 Steil. Janet 143 ......... ....,.,. 8 9.116.136 1 Steingraber. Douglas 131 .,.. 80.93.99 V Steinmetz. Don 131 ..............,... .....99 Stenborg. Mary Ann 1-11. ,..,., 60.136 Stephan, Luke 121 Stephan. Robert 111.. ,,,,,, ,,,..,, 1 5.54 Stephens, Edward 111 .,..... ......... 1 6 Sterba. John M. 111. ...... .....,... 1 5 Sternal. Judy 121 Stevens. Barbara 111 ..,..,.. ......... 1 5 Stevens. Suzanne 121 .....,.. .,..,.... 5 8 Stewart. Jean 111 ..,,,,, ,.... . 115 Stewart. Stiefbold. Betty Tom 121 ..,..., 121 Stier. Sue 111 Stierle. Fred 121 ......7-1 Stine. Bruce 111 Stoffel, Miehael 111 ,.,,, ,,...,. 1 6.30.32 Stolley. Juanita 121 Stolley. Lynn 141 ....... 76.136 Stophlet. Guy 121 .....,. ....,.. 3 8.80 Straus, Gene 141 ...,..,,. ,...,... 2 G Straus, Jim 121 ..... ,,.,,,,,, . ,,.,,., ,,,,,. . 5 3 Strauwald. Don 141 ........,...,,,,....,,, 136 Streich. Gail 141 ....,....... 58.611.101.136 Streuer. Charlotte 141 .,,,.. ..,, ,.,..,, . 1 36 Streuer. Erika 131 .... 20.55.99.102.104 Striegel. Dan 111 ,..........,,, 15.318.82.113 Strobel, Judy 111 ...,......,...,.....,......... 16 Stromberg. Kathy 121 ..,.....,. ..,.. 4 7.53 Stuart, Karen 111 ........ ,.,. ,..,..,. 1 0 .15 Stump. Judy 121 ................ .........,,.. 5 3 Stumpf, Jayne 131 ..................,...,, 59.951 Suehomski. George 121.. .,,.. .,.,,..... 5 3 Sullivan. Sullivan. Sullivan. Frank 111 ...,.... ............15.113 Jean 121 .... ..,.......... 3 0.47.53 Tom 111 ..... .,.. 15.24 ...,........53.105 Summers. Trudy 121 ..,. Sundquist. Eileen 131 .......,. Sunko, Bob 121 ..,.....,.....,... .,...,.,. 5 3 Sunstrum. Bill 111 Sutherland, Beth 131 ...,,...,, ,..,......... S 19 Sutherland. Naneie 111 ........ 15.62.103 Swanson. Barbara 111 ......,,.. ........... 1 5 Swanson. Beverly 141 ..v.v.....,,., 58.136 Swanson, Bill 131 Swanson. Jane 111 ,,.....,... .,,,.,, 1 5.62 Swanson. Joyee 121 .,.................... 53.60 Swanson , Margaret 131 ...,.... 59.72.99 Swanson, Marilyn 111 ................ 15.31 Swanson. Robert 121 Swarthout, Sharon 111 ....... ...., .... 1 5 Syoen, Paul 121 .............., ......... 5 8 Szafran. Frank 121 ...... ..,...... 5 3 T Tabacik. Joseph 1-11 ...................... 136 Tabacik, Sue 121 .........,................ 53.59 Taggart, Bob 121..34,53,58.80.87.113 Tagtmeier. Faye 121 ...,............ ....53.65 Talbot. Dick 121 ............. .,...........,.... 5 3 Tallitseh. Herbert 111 ....... ..15.38.61 Tallitseh. Judith 141 ........,....... 59.136 Tapper. Joyce 111 ....... .,..,.. 1 5.32 Tarjoni, Eva 121 Tasche. Carole 141 ...i..... ,... . .136 Taylor. Jim 111 ........... .. ............. 15 Taylor. John 141.. ...... ....,....... 8 0.136 Taylor. Roberta 121 .......................... 53 Teborek. Ray 111 ................ 1530.31.82 Templin. Jackie 141 ..........,....... 20.137 Terbell. Bud 111 .................... 15.38.113 Terbell. Sarajane 131 ,,,... 30.31.9399 Ternovits, Caryl 131 ...... 55.78,99,103 Thomas, Tony 131 ...... , . ,..... , 58.99 Thompson. Dottie 111 ................ 15.62 Thompson. Judy 111 .,....,.. ......... . 15 Thompson. Pat 131 ...,... .. QQ ...,.. 99 Thompson. Ron 131 ........ . . .199 Thoms, Patrick 121 ........,..............,,. 53 Thomsen, Charles 141 ....... 30.31,13T Thomson. Marybeth 111 .....,...... 15.62 Thon. Gerald 141 ...............,........ 26.137 Thorne. John 131 ........ .........,....... 9 9 Thorp. Clark 111 ................................ 15 Tierney. Michael 121 ...... 31.34.5383 Till. Al 141 ..........................,............. 137 Timmermann. Tim 131 ....,.,.,...,.,.,.,. 99 Timmerman. Linda 141 ...... 73.79.137 Tock. Carole 111 ............. ...,...... 1 5.62 Tonn, Lorraine 111 .................,.. 15.72 Tonsul. Ramiro 111 Torrens, John 121 ...... 38.53.74.80.113 Townley. Ruth Mary 141 .............. 137 Townsend, Mary 141 .... .......... 5 8.137 Tracy. Marilyn 131 ........ 611.99.103.104 Trader. Beverly 111 .......................... 15 Trader. Joan 131 ............ ............ 9 9 Trampf. Joseph 111 Tranker. Gerry 121 ...................... 53.60 Trausch. Clarence 131 .......,........ 84,99 Traver. Jim 121 .,........ 31,34.53,80.113 Treabess. Ron 111 ....................,.., 15.38 Trendel. Carol 111 ......... ........ 1 5 Trimble. Gary 121 ....,.... ......... 5 3 Trimble. Jeff 141 Trinka. Bob 121 ....... ................ . 53 Trude. Joan 111 .......... ........ 1 5.36.62 Truelsen. Betty 121 ............ 53.101.103 Tynis. Sandra 111 ...... . ..,..... .....15 U Uhlhorn. Roger 121 .... .... ,.... 5 3.15.76 Uhlhorn. Virginia 141 .,............ 58.137 Ulbrieh. Ken 121 ...... ...... ......... . ..... 5 3 Ullrick, Allcn 111 ......... ........ 1 5.38.80 Ullrick, Marcia 141 ....,. Ulrich. Carol 111 Ulrich. Gerald 131 Utt. Mary J0 131 .,.. 55.99,101.104.105 ..........137 Vanalek. George 121 ,.,.,.... ,.,.,,., 5 3 VanBladel. Tum 111 ......... ............ 1 5 Vande-rVort. Claire 121 .....,.............. 53 Van Dyke. Alan 121 .......,......., 24.53.59 Van Jacobs. Dennis 131 .....,.,....,.,... 99 VanNess. Vicki 111 ..... ..... . ......15 Van Note, Judi 121 ...... . ............ 53 VanOosten, Sally 141 ,............... 58.137 VanOosten. Sue 111 ........... ......,,.... 1 6 Van Raalte. Ronald 131 ...., ,,,.,,.,.... 9 9 Varnado. Dave 121 .............. 53.83.110 Vaughan. Les 131.. ..,., 3-i.80.84.99.113 Vesillus. Ray 131 Wagner, .lan 111 ................... ..... 1 5.62 Wagner. Jon Greg 141 ....,. 73.103138 11'ahl. Edward 121 ................ 22.53.75 .......53.11.l XVakc. Robert 121 ........ Walden. Bill 121 ......., Walker. Bob 131 ..,......., .,.,.....,.,.,.. 1 011 Walker. Debbie 121 ............ 53.60.103 VValker. Roberta 111 ................. 15.62 Wall. Carol 111 ................ .........,.... 1 6 Walloeh. Edward 111 ........ ,...... 1 5 VVallor. Andrew 121 Walpole. Judi 141 ......... .........138 Walsh. Barry 131 .,....... .,.,,.... 1 00 XR'alt. Pat 111 ..... .,...,..... . ....,.. ..,..... 1 5 Walters. Dennis 121 ,,......,.............,. .53 Warejcka. Deanna 131 ..,... 72.100.101 VVarl'ield. Gwen 131 .......... 79.100103 Warfsman. Richard 131 136,100,110 Warfsman. Sherry 121..29.53.59.103 Warga. Marilyn 141 ................,..,,, 138 Warnecke. Mike 121 ...... 53.553.83.110 Wartenberg. Glen 141.. ........... 26.138 VVasko. Karen 111 ..,.....,,.,.... . ,.,,,,,,. 15 Wasko, Lynn Eve 141 ........... ....... 1 38 Waterman. Diane 111 ................ 15.62 Watkins. Mary 111 .....,.....,.,......,,.... 15 Watson. Lee 141 ........23.75.76.102.108.112.138 Watson. Luree 111 Weaver, Bob 111 ........ XVilk inson, Nancy 141 ........29.37.42.107.108.116.117.138 XVebb, Bill 131 .................................. 100 Webber, Larry 141 ........87,10-1,107,110,116 Weber, Lynn 111 .-----...............,.,..,. 9.15 XVeber. Jack 131..36.80,82.100,115,138 Weber. John 131 1Veber, Ron 111 ............. ..,.... 1 6 VVebster, Jim 111 ,.,...,,,..., ,.......... 3 2 Webster. Ruth 121 ....,.,............... 53.60 Weckerley. Sherre 111 ..................., 15 NVede. Carol 131 ....,....... 58.93,100,101 Wehner, Barb 111 ....................,,...... 15 Weidner. Anna 111 ....... ....,,. 1 5 VVeidner. Bernie 141 .,..... ......... 1 38 Weidner, Harold 111 ....... ,.......,.. 1 5 Weidner, James 131 ......... ......... 1 00 Weidner. Lorie 121 ........ ....... 5 3 Weidner. Marvin 111 ...... ............,. 1 5 Weidner. Norb 121 ...... .....,... 2 4.53 Weidner. Vernan 111 ,...,,. ..,........ 1 6 Weigel. Paula 141 ...................... 73.138 Weiland. Rosemary 131 ......... 59.100 Weinrich. Nadean 131 .............. 59.100 Weinrich, Pat 131 .....,. ...,.,........ 5 9.100 Weisenbaeh. Jon 121. ..,.............. 38.53 Weisenbaeh. Judy 141 ....... 29.35.138 Weiss. Lorraine 141 ....................,.,, 138 VVelle1'. Tom 121 ........,.,,....,. . ,.......... 53 Wellman. William 131 .....,. 31.32.100 Wells. Mary Jo 111 ............ . ........... 62 VVells. Robert 111 ......,... . ..... 15.34 Werner. Dennis 111 ....,.,...,....,.......... 15 Wertheimer. Dave 131 ...... ........... 1 00 Wesseman. Carole 111 ........ Wessies. Bette 111 ........... Wessling. Judy 131 .... ...., VVest. Barbara 131 ....... NVest. Neal 121 .. ..,, 15 ........100 .........100 Westberg. Ralph 121 ...,.,...... 31.53.85 Westcott, Robert 111 ......................,. 15 Westergaard. Alan 111 ,....... 15.38.113 Westerlund. Suzanne 121. ..,.......... 53 Westfall, Carroll 111 ...........,.,.... 16.62 VVetendorf Fred 131 ....... ........1U0 Terry, Pat 111 ..... ........... . . ................ 15 Terry, Peg 121 .......... 25,53.60,101.102 Tesar, Lynne 111 ......,..,................ 15.62 Tews, Art 121 ,,,,....., ,,... 5 3.85.110.11-4 Thaekery. Tom 141 ........36.8-1,109,114,136 Themer, Allan 111 .............................. 15 Thill, Denny 131 ......,.......,. 3680.82.99 Thoma. Lois 121. ............ ................... 5 3 Thoma. Marilyn Kay 141 .............. 137 Thoman, William H. 111 ......,...,..... 15 Thomas. Lynne 111 .......... ....,.... 1 5 Thomas, Starene 111.. ..... ......... 1 5 Vetter. John 131 ..,.,...,,,.,,.,...,,,...,,, 74.99 Vidriek. 'lhomas 111 ........................ 16 Virgil, Randy 131 ...................... 100.104 Vitouy. Joy 131 ..,...,..,...........,.... 55,100 Vlttlnghoff, Karl 111 .......,,.,.,.,,...... 15 Vittum. Dan 141 36.39.42.80.82.87,111.137 Vivrito. Judy 111 .,....,,........................ 15 Vleek. Joe 111 ......................... ......,, 1 5 Voaden. John 141 ........ .......... 1 37 Voigt, Bob 121 .........................,., 53,110 Volkmann. Carol 121 .,,,.......,...... 53.57 Von Almen, Lew 121 ....,..,..., 22.53.80 Von Von Von Bergen, Gordon 131.. Bergen. Melvin 111. Boeckmann. Thomas ........24,100 121530.53 VorBroker. Linda 131 .................... 100 Voris. Linda 111 Vork. Karen 121 ........ ......... 5 3.59.1013 W Waddell, Robert 141 ......... Wade. Thomas 111 Wagner. Bob 121 .,.,... .........131 ., . ..53 Wctzel. David 131 ........... .,.,,,.. 1 00 Wheaton. Wanda 111 ........ ....... 1 5 White, Bill 131 ,.,,.............................. 27 White, Pat 111 ,................................,., 16 YVhitelaw, Ed 121 ...... 38.53.83.87.113 Whiteley. Ann 141. ,...,., 63,87,88.138 Whiteley. Sue 111 .........,.,...,.... 15.62.87 XVhittaker, Judie 111 ........................ 15 Wiehman. Nancy 131 ........72,93.100.102.106 Wickens. Pam 131 ........72.74.79.100.101.103 Wikstrom, Robert 141 .............. 65,138 Wilkes. Don 121... .,..,.,,,...,.,......,. .53 Wilkinson. Ronald 111 XVille. Chuck 131 ................... .......... 1 00 Willc. Judy 111 .................................. 15 Willc. Karen 121 ........ 53.60,72.74,101 Willc. Ralph 131 .,,,.,..,, ......... 36 .80.110 Willc. Robert 141 ,,...,.,...,,.,,.......,.... 138 Willie, Carol 121. ...... 53.55.60,87.101 Willer. Judy 121 ..,.,.,....... 53.130.72.103 Willner. Candy 111. ........,....,.,,... 15.23 Wilson. Annita 111 Wilson. Barbara C. 121 .............. 53.59 Wilson. Barb R. 121 .........,.......,...,,, 53 VVilson. Edward 131 ........80.85.100.103.113.115 VViltgen. Barb 111 ...,........................ 15 Wiltgen. Robert 141 .............,.,.,...,.. 139 XViltshire. Gail 131 ...,........ 58,100,101 Winiarski. Barbara 141 .........,.. 20.139 VVinkelhake. Ralph 111 .................... 16 VVinkelman. Roy 121 ........................ 53 Winkelman. Marcia 131 .,.. 59.74.100 VVinters. Dick 131 .,.................... 26.100 VVintz. Leon 111 .....,....,..,,..,....,..... 16.80 Wischstadt, Sharon 131 ........ 100.102 Wist. Nita 111 ............... ................ 1 5.62 Wistar. Richard 111 Wiszowaty. Geraldine 131. ........... 100 XVithey, Mark 121 ........................ 32.53 1Vitter, Kay 121 ............................ 53.59 Wolden. Barbara 131 .................... 103 Wolden, Karen 141 ........................ 139 Wolf. Barbara 121 ...... 53.60.63.87,103 Wolf, Edward 131 ...,.................. 85.100 VVolf, Ellen 121 .,.............,.. 4753.59.79 1,Volf. Joan 111 ......... .................. 1 5.62 XVolf, Lois 111 .............................. 15.62 Wolf, Robert 111 ........ 9.15,61.78,113 1.Volvin. Allen 111 ........................ 15.61 Wood. Beth 111 .......... ,............ L ......... 1 5 Wood, James 131 ......................,. 74.100 Woodruff. Frank 121 .... 38.53.80,113 Woods. Joyce 111 .............................. 16 Wopp. Dorothee 141 ..., 79,102,103,139 1fVright, Sharon 111 ..........,............... 15 ........31.53 Wrobel, Jerry 111 ......... Wrysinski. Judy 121 11Vuestenfeld, Pat 121 ...................... 53 Wuestenfeld, William 111 ........,..... 15 Wyatt. Anne 111 ................................ 15 Y Yager. Charles 121 ................ 23.53.113 Yager. Rick 121 ........... ................ 5 3 Yates. Douglas 121 ...................... 30,53 Young. Gary 141 ........23.32.75,76,103.108.139 Z Zadravetz, Bob 121 ............ .......... 5 3 Zadrozny. Ronald 131 .................... 100 Zaehler, Jack 121 ,.................... ..... 3 2.53 Zapp. Denny 131 .... 36.39.80.84,87.100 Zapp. James 111 ...................... 15.16.61 Zbilski. Marilyn Zehner. Zeman. 121 ........................ 53 Greg 111 ............ ................ 1 5 Dwight 121 .............. 38.53.113 Ziebell, Deanna 141 .................... 32.139 Zimmer. Dieter 131 Betsy 131..31.32.93.10o Dave 121 .............. 53.110 Julianne Zimmerman. Zimmerman. Zimmerman. Zimmerman. Kurt 111 ...... 15.30.3238 Zorn. Gloria Zueehero. Michael 131 ..,...... ........ 1 00 121 ...... 53.60 121 .................................. 53 I49 5 M W AAL I4 ll t omffai, l fi 5,114 I W? 14utograp!aA ,I . 3 . D B. J O ' i . W D D i i i S i H S: i I on ' ' gr ' 2 Q O 9 '7 2, ' ' ' vw' ' D . Y Q . 6 A . yearbook production this book would not have been pos- ' 3 . ' I ,D Y . 5 . 7 1 , O V C . Cliffs H -4' nl 'fY:f fi 2' 1 f 4 4 x he In t Word - As the saying goes all good thrnffs must come to an end and this past year 1S no exception With it comes many memories some sfood and some drscouraffinff. But now is a good time to pause and thank the many persons who con- tributed to the production of tlus vearbook-the ,57 HEIGHTS Loud cheers are in order for one of the most co- operatrxe staffs anyonc has ever had to work with. They spent hours and hours of valuable time in the unheraldcd jobs of copy wrrtrnff, frhnv typrnlr etc We are especially indebted to Carol Fewt and Nancy Wilkinson who worked hard edrtrnff all the copy captions and headlines with a fresh and original stvlr to meet the dreaded deadlines. Another indispensable number of the staff was ar't editor Bob Lenz who rn addition to crcatrnff the humorous sketches gate us artistic advice rn picture composition and layout design We wish to extend words of apprecia- tion to oyce Mitchell for her art work. and especially for creatmg a cover design that adds spice and strengthens the theme of this book A hearty thanks goes to our faithful advisor Mr. Robert Boesel for his patience and helpfulness through- out the year Without his knowledge and experience in sible Assisting Mr Boesel were Mr ames Curry, Miss Pat Jensen and Miss Krkr Katsouhs who spent several evenings w or krnff with the staff ,. W ef. ' 'L Q , t 7' 'Nh It is said that a picture is worth a thousand words. Keeping this concept in mind, our photographer Mr. john Zubek heartily undertook the task of shooting the multi- tude of pictures. Thanks, too, to Mr, Zubekas employer, Mr. Don Knapp of Community Camera, for his friendly advice and helping hand. 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