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

 - Class of 1958

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Robert y sel E N n M 7 h I hool spirit is evasive, yet seems to be with us wherever we go, and althoug often we may scoff, saying we have no e, no soon? have we spoken than a manifestation of lt p ppears. I School spirit appears at games, at assem- blieswat family dinner tables, ln locker rooms, na th mes, and also in yearbooks. Ndt only ackn wledglng its presence ln tlte '58 l-IE! HTS, but also giving school splrlt a place of honor, we have chosen it as our them . I hool spirit is many-sided: in t e '58 HEI I-ITS we have presented three of its facet Q The section entitled "Guiding Spirit" hgas ur faculty and administration, for lt ls thelrl task to furnish guidance and cl unsel- llnggf,'fLearning Spirit" has the stude ts, for lt is they who learn and are guided: ' Giving Spirit," sports and activities, for it ls in this capacity that the "Guiding Spirit" and the '1Leqm1ngespim" unite to give me and spirit to are whole school. p Sychool spirit has survived many t versi- ties. hit has held out against Elvis sley, ivy-lfague shirts, long socks, going teady, read ng MAD, and playing bridge. To school spirit we offer our sincere congratulations. . M, we 1 W , , 'R , I5 I I I h 1955 ' ' h I of ' p ARVLINGTON HIGH SCHQOL I- I u p IARLINGTON HEIGHTS ILLINOIS Edito r .......... ....... .............. Nancy Wichman Assistant Editor ...... ....... Ro semarw Gage Qopy Editor ....... ...... N ancy Helmsoth Copy Editor ....... ............ P am tckens Aldvlser .... 4. ...... ...... M r. Robert y sel E N h M 7 h I hool spirit is evasive, yet seems to be with us wherever we go, and althoug often we may scoff, saying we have no e, no soon? have we spoken than a manifestation of lt p ppears. I Stfhool spirit appears at games, at assem- blieswat family dinner tables, ln locker rooms, na th mes, and also in yearbooks. Not only ackn wledglng its presence ln tlte '58 l-IE! HTS, but also giving school splrlt a place of honor, we have chosen it as our them . 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'l'ht- lioztrtl consistt-tl ol' st-vt-n nit-tnht-rs who wt-rc t-lt-t-tt-tl lor ll thrt-t- yt-:tr pt-riotl hy tht- i'lllll'llS ol' tht- Arlington Ht-ights High School District. 'l'lll'y, in turn. t-lt-ctt-tl Ll prt-sitlt-nt llllil ll st-crt-tztry, ln ortlt-r to work nlort- t-lliicit-ntly :intl t-l'l't-t-tivt-ly. tht- lioztrtl tlivitlt-tl itst-ll into l'01llIIllltt'l'S ol' lvinzinct-, t-tluczttion, hniltling, :intl publicity. This past yt-111' int-clings wt-rc ht-ltl citht-r onct- or twlct- at month with tht- littiltling connnittt-t- ht-ing t-spt-t-ittlly alt'- tivt-. 'l'ht- pztssagt- ol' till hills, hiring ol' school t-niployt-cs. ttntl Hllllilllg school polit-it-s wt-rc sonit- ol' tht- itnportttnt functions ol tht- liottrtl ol' litlttt-ntion. Supt-rintt-nclt-nt Hztroltl l,. Slll'llt'Illllyt'l', 2llllIllIllSll'2lllX't' ht-ntl ol hoth high schools, was tht- connt-cling linlt lit-twt-t-n tht- llourtl ol' litluczttion :intl tht- lillflllly ztntl sttttlt-nt hotly. 'l'ht-rt- wt-rc rnziny plntst-s ol' rt-sponsilmility that Mr. Slich- t-nnlyt-r hzitl to tissnnit-. Aniong his most iniportztnt lunc- tions wt-rc to put into t-lvlit-ct :ull ol' tht- polit-ics that wt-rc cs- ttxhlisltt-tl by tht- lloztrtl, to propost- nt-w policit-s, ztntl to :itl- vist- on zxll policit-s ttntlt-r consitlt-rzition hy tht- lioztrtl, :intl to supply infornixition nt-t-tlt-tl hy tht- llozirtl ol' l'ltlttt'z1tion. Holtlim: tht- blut-prints for tht- futttrt- of Arlington stutit-nts is Mr. II, L. Slicht-nmyt-r, supt-rintt-ntlt-nt ol' Arlinpxton-Prtrspt-t-I High St-hool. ore me ScAool04Jm1'n1'sfrafion Board of Educa+ion Lt-fl in Right: IVIY, Robt-rt. l.0t-kwooti, Mr, lbztryl ll. Ultlnkt-r, Mrs. Alum C. Ftrntztint-, Mr, tlt-orp.gt- ll. Slit-ppnrtl, Mr. lit-nnt-th ltl. Dtnxgztn Mr, John Knppzt, Mr, Williznn II, Spoint-1: xii! Q mi lvllll. . lfllif Z tfggits ' lltt, 5.g'ff -it l 'MEA . lf:,lll i l , - l A ilsl 1 'fill 2 I ' I t ls la l t 9 'l'wo ctnnpttst-s two tttlniinistrzttions was ont- ol tht- nluny prohlt-nts ont- liourtl ol' Rlllllillltlll hutl to worlt with this yt-zxr. 'l'ht- lioztrtl consistt-tl ol' st-vt-n nit-tnht-rs who wt-rc t-lt-t-tt-tl lor ll thrt-t- yt-:tr pt-riotl hy tht- i'lllll'llS ol' tht- Arlington Ht-ights High School District. 'l'lll'y, in turn. t-lt-ctt-tl Ll prt-sitlt-nt llllil ll st-crt-tztry, ln ortlt-r to work nlort- t-lliicit-ntly :intl t-l'l't-t-tivt-ly. tht- lioztrtl tlivitlt-tl itst-ll into l'01llIIllltt'l'S ol' lvinzinct-, t-tluczttion, hniltling, :intl publicity. This past yt-111' int-clings wt-rc ht-ltl citht-r onct- or twlct- at month with tht- littiltling connnittt-t- ht-ing t-spt-t-ittlly alt'- tivt-. 'l'ht- pztssagt- ol' till hills, hiring ol' school t-niployt-cs. ttntl Hllllilllg school polit-it-s wt-rc sonit- ol' tht- itnportttnt functions ol tht- liottrtl ol' litlttt-ntion. Supt-rintt-nclt-nt Hztroltl l,. Slll'llt'Illllyt'l', 2llllIllIllSll'2lllX't' ht-ntl ol hoth high schools, was tht- connt-cling linlt lit-twt-t-n tht- llourtl ol' litluczttion :intl tht- lillflllly ztntl sttttlt-nt hotly. 'l'ht-rt- wt-rc rnziny plntst-s ol' rt-sponsilmility that Mr. Slich- t-nnlyt-r hzitl to tissnnit-. Aniong his most iniportztnt lunc- tions wt-rc to put into t-lvlit-ct :ull ol' tht- polit-ics that wt-rc cs- ttxhlisltt-tl by tht- lloztrtl, to propost- nt-w policit-s, ztntl to :itl- vist- on zxll policit-s ttntlt-r consitlt-rzition hy tht- lioztrtl, :intl to supply infornixition nt-t-tlt-tl hy tht- llozirtl ol' l'ltlttt'z1tion. Holtlim: tht- blut-prints for tht- futttrt- of Arlington stutit-nts is Mr. II, L. Slicht-nmyt-r, supt-rintt-ntlt-nt ol' Arlinpxton-Prtrspt-t-I High St-hool. ore me ScAool04Jm1'n1'sfrafion Board of Educa+ion Lt-fl in Right: IVIY, Robt-rt. l.0t-kwooti, Mr, lbztryl ll. Ultlnkt-r, Mrs. Alum C. Ftrntztint-, Mr, tlt-orp.gt- ll. Slit-ppnrtl, Mr. lit-nnt-th ltl. Dtnxgztn Mr, John Knppzt, Mr, Williznn II, Spoint-1: xii! Q mi lvllll. . lfllif Z tfggits ' lltt, 5.g'ff -it l 'MEA . lf:,lll i l , - l A ilsl 1 'fill 2 I ' I t ls la l t 9 Mr. Nelson Lowry and Mr. Carl Nelson have more in common than a nameg they are deans of Arlington and Prospect High School buildings. qMfA me Cpeins G cmanagemenf gn an "Yes, this is Arlington High School . . . " answers Mr. John Schaff, Business Administrator, who keeps increasing school costs in ehcck. I0 What is it that made the inner mechanism of the Ar- lington High School "tick"? It wasn't the IBM machine, as a legend had it. Neither could the secret be found in rows of filing cabinets or in stacks of student handbooks. The solution to the mystery became evident only when the administrators of the two buildings were mentioned. Arlington had Dr. Eugene Oliver as its chief adminis- trator. Serving in the same position at Prospect was Mr. Alvin Kulieke, MA. Their main duties were SL1pC1'- vision of the instructional programs of the school, training teachers and assigning school duties to them, and main- taining good public relations with the community. Mr. Bruno Wfaara, BLA., as administrative assistant at Arlington, took charge of student activities, while at Prospect, Mr. Larry -lenness, M.A., carried out these duties which included supervision of the student councils. During the course of the year, deans Nelson Lowry, M.A., at Arlington, and Carl Nelson, M.A., at Prospect, handled all student problems, from sawing locks off lock- ers and taking appropriate action in cases of misconduct and truancy, to maintaining student-faculty co-operation. Waiting for an elusive bus that never came? While students only had to worry about one bus, Mr. John Sehaff, M.A., was concerned with providing bus transportation for both the Arlington and Prospect buildings. As business manager, he also planned and supervised the night school program, checked on maintenance needs and problems, and handled all financial matters concerning both buildings. Mr. Nelson Lowry and Mr. Carl Nelson have more in common than a nameg they are deans of Arlington and Prospect High School buildings. qMfA me Cpeins G cmanagemenf gn an "Yes, this is Arlington High School . . . " answers Mr. John Schaff, Business Administrator, who keeps increasing school costs in ehcck. I0 What is it that made the inner mechanism of the Ar- lington High School "tick"? It wasn't the IBM machine, as a legend had it. Neither could the secret be found in rows of filing cabinets or in stacks of student handbooks. The solution to the mystery became evident only when the administrators of the two buildings were mentioned. Arlington had Dr. Eugene Oliver as its chief adminis- trator. Serving in the same position at Prospect was Mr. Alvin Kulieke, MA. Their main duties were SL1pC1'- vision of the instructional programs of the school, training teachers and assigning school duties to them, and main- taining good public relations with the community. Mr. Bruno Wfaara, BLA., as administrative assistant at Arlington, took charge of student activities, while at Prospect, Mr. Larry -lenness, M.A., carried out these duties which included supervision of the student councils. During the course of the year, deans Nelson Lowry, M.A., at Arlington, and Carl Nelson, M.A., at Prospect, handled all student problems, from sawing locks off lock- ers and taking appropriate action in cases of misconduct and truancy, to maintaining student-faculty co-operation. Waiting for an elusive bus that never came? While students only had to worry about one bus, Mr. John Sehaff, M.A., was concerned with providing bus transportation for both the Arlington and Prospect buildings. As business manager, he also planned and supervised the night school program, checked on maintenance needs and problems, and handled all financial matters concerning both buildings. Ni-iihl-r thi- city of Rnmu nor Prospvct High Svhuul was built in zi day ugrvv administrators Mr Alvin Kulii-ckv and Mr. Lziwrvnvv Ja-nm-ss. Dm-s thv shoe fit? Maybe not the om' on tho desk, but Mr. Olivor and Mr. Waara fit their positions as chit-f zidimiinistratnrs of Arlington. x 1 N il flf Nxt I i b ' 1 0 o Y 'A V47 j X .1 , :: ' Ni-iihl-r thi- city of Rnmu nor Prospvct High Svhuul was built in zi day ugrvv administrators Mr Alvin Kulii-ckv and Mr. Lziwrvnvv Ja-nm-ss. Dm-s thv shoe fit? Maybe not the om' on tho desk, but Mr. Olivor and Mr. Waara fit their positions as chit-f zidimiinistratnrs of Arlington. x 1 N il flf Nxt I i b ' 1 0 o Y 'A V47 j X .1 , :: ' H! I . . M., . WA- 4-M f V ' N-'-"A- W AA K K H i L I 4 i - i 3i 15? . P E . . f if A I ' 3' - e . . t . . AHS Secretaries Second Row: Evelyn Panek, Helena Guenther, Nan Jansen, Irwin Cuseaden. Elsie May, Jean Hanauer. First Row: Lucille Gillon, Lee Palmer, Emily Berglund, Nancy Brasel, Adele Fuller, Lydia Griesser, Mabelle Stepiea. icfafion 541461 fjifanscrilofion MPPQ cfion "Has an English book been turned in yet?' was a familiar question in the Attendance Office, which also housed the nlost and foundf' The daily routine here was mainly to keep track of student absences and tardies, Taking care of teachers' tests and supplies, typing transcripts, keeping students' permanent records, and tak- ing care of IBM cards for schedules and report cards were a few of the responsibilities of the secretaries in the Ad- ministration Office. The secretaries in the mail room sorted all mail and took teachers' dictation. Writing letters, making out state and county reports, and operating the switchboard and P. A. system were the duties of the secretaries in the Superintendent's Office. The Business Office took care of all expenses and pay- rolls, banked funds, and made schedules for school buses. PHS Secretaries Standing: Lucille Bahr, Alys Trenchard, Grace Erikson, Frances McMahon, Helen M. Soorus, Denzell Humphrey. Seated: Anne Henke. H! I . . M., . WA- 4-M f V ' N-'-"A- W AA K K H i L I 4 i - i 3i 15? . P E . . f if A I ' 3' - e . . t . . AHS Secretaries Second Row: Evelyn Panek, Helena Guenther, Nan Jansen, Irwin Cuscaden. Elsie May, Jean Hanauer. First Row: Lucille Gillon, Lee Palmer, Emily Berglund, Nancy Brasel, Adele Fuller, Lydia Griesser, Mabelle Stepiea. icfafion 541461 fjifanscrilofion MPPQ cfion "Has an English book been turned in yet?' was a familiar question in the Attendance Office, which also housed the nlost and foundf' The daily routine here was mainly to keep track of student absences and tardies, Taking care of teachers' tests and supplies, typing transcripts, keeping students' permanent records, and tak- ing care of IBM cards for schedules and report cards were a few of the responsibilities of the secretaries in the Ad- ministration Office. The secretaries in the mail room sorted all mail and took teachers' dictation. Writing letters, making out state and county reports, and operating the switchboard and P. A. system were the duties of the secretaries in the Superintendent's Office. The Business Office took care of all expenses and pay- rolls, banked funds, and made schedules for school buses. PHS Secretaries Standing: Lucille Bahr, Alys Trenchard, Grace Erikson, Frances McMahon, Helen M. Soorus, Denzell Humphrey. Seated: Anne Henke. guidance or jAe eaolers omorrow Entering high sehool. fortified with a school map. eoultl be a. bewildering experienee without the help of elass eounselors who made the adjustment of new pupils an easy one. Planning next yt-ar's schedule was a headaehe to stu- dents, but the Counselors' advice helped to solve the prob- lein. Voeational decisions and the ehoiee of college by seniors also required guidance by the Class counselors. Other duties included contacting parents and teachers regarding student progress. problems, and development: assisting with the administration and interpretation ol' stanclarclifecl testsg interviewing students who received notiees ol' unsatisfactory progress: and tending to indi- vidual program Changes. In addition to this each counselor taught two academic classes per day and six counseling classes every week. Rounding out an already busy sched- ule counselors assisted with the supervision of student after- sehool aetivities. and sponsored the Class boards. Class counselors this year included Mrs. Stewart, Mr. Lester. and Mr. Serfling, freshman counselors: Miss Craig and Mr. Cashen. sophomore counselors: MI's. Behrend and Mr. Arehambault, junior counselors: and Miss Hampton and Mr, Wfhiteside. senior eounselors. Personal and social eounseling this year at Arlington and Prospect was furnished by Miss Ethel Riordan and Mr. .lohn Strong. These Hvisiting Counselors" worked with stu- dents eoneerning home and social problems, whereas Class counselors gave gnidanee pertaining to sehool problems. l Amused by anties of Prospect High freshmen are eounselors Mrs. H. Beverly Stewart, Mr. Arthur Sc-rfling, and Mr. Howard J. Lester. S 1 Q "liei.:ul:ir girls' physieal edueation? Your schedule needs eham.:im.:!" says Miss Craig to Greg Zehner as she performs one of her eounselim.: duties, I3 llllilli guidance or jAe eaolers omorrow Entering high sehool. fortified with a school map. eoultl be a. bewildering experienee without the help of elass eounselors who made the adjustment of new pupils an easy one. Planning next yt-ar's schedule was a headaehe to stu- dents, but the Counselors' advice helped to solve the prob- lein. Voeational decisions and the ehoiee of college by seniors also required guidance by the Class counselors. Other duties included contacting parents and teachers regarding student progress. problems, and development: assisting with the administration and interpretation ol' stanclarclifecl testsg interviewing students who received notiees ol' unsatisfactory progress: and tending to indi- vidual program Changes. In addition to this each counselor taught two academic classes per day and six counseling classes every week. Rounding out an already busy sched- ule counselors assisted with the supervision of student after- sehool aetivities. and sponsored the Class boards. Class counselors this year included Mrs. Stewart, Mr. Lester. and Mr. Serfling, freshman counselors: Miss Craig and Mr. Cashen. sophomore counselors: MI's. Behrend and Mr. Arehambault, junior counselors: and Miss Hampton and Mr, Wfhiteside. senior eounselors. Personal and social eounseling this year at Arlington and Prospect was furnished by Miss Ethel Riordan and Mr. .lohn Strong. These Hvisiting Counselors" worked with stu- dents eoneerning home and social problems, whereas Class counselors gave gnidanee pertaining to sehool problems. l Amused by anties of Prospect High freshmen are eounselors Mrs. H. Beverly Stewart, Mr. Arthur Sc-rfling, and Mr. Howard J. Lester. S 1 Q "liei.:ul:ir girls' physieal edueation? Your schedule needs eham.:im.:!" says Miss Craig to Greg Zehner as she performs one of her eounselim.: duties, I3 lllllli Chzuffeurs, Cleaners, 541461 Calorie oncocfers lQ'B1l fuk 2 1' x AHS Cus'l'odlans Sea-mul Row: XVz1lter Fiene, Emily Selof, Ray Friese, Sian VVozniek, Harry Lund, Arthur Mueller, Leon Anderson. First Row: Art lil-yer, Hd Misehke, August Hattendorf, Earl Johnson, Frank Kirs:-hnie Mil-hm-I Klein, AHS Cooks Left to Right: Ethel Behren, Mario Sass, Evelyn Langguth, Esther Nich, Lillian Hudaeek, Olga Pratchen, Mary S. Handlin, Margaret Rush, Luc-y De Valerie, Lillian Mueller, Martha Messner, Edna Mueller, Hattie Behrens, Betty Bycrofi, Sylvia Chiles, Jessie Bishop, Ruth Pafenthein, Pearl Wilowski, I4 Chzuffeurs, Cleaners, 541461 Calorie oncocfers lQ'B1l fuk 2 1' x AHS Cus'l'odlans Sea-mul Row: XVz1lter Fiene, Emily Selof, Ray Friese, Sian VVozniek, Harry Lund, Arthur Mueller, Leon Anderson. First Row: Art lil-yer, Hd Misehke, August Hattendorf, Earl Johnson, Frank Kirs:-hnie Mil-hm-I Klein, AHS Cooks Left to Right: Ethel Behren, Mario Sass, Evelyn Langguth, Esther Nich, Lillian Hudaeek, Olga Pratchen, Mary S. Handlin, Margaret Rush, Luc-y De Valerie, Lillian Mueller, Martha Messner, Edna Mueller, Hattie Behrens, Betty Bycrofi, Sylvia Chiles, Jessie Bishop, Ruth Pafenthein, Pearl Wilowski, I4 fC ' I Yao ol I T"'Gj "3 Ihw klzlx ul-rv pzwkq-rl in In-rv lluhl us sux'- il1l'sf" ,iukvg "1'I1:lL1I'h-L1rs" Wullur llzuhnfq-ld :1 Imu lxznxtnlnpg us thc-5' start :anulln-r In-vliv un-1-R. ll PHS Cusfocllans Sm-cond Row: Alvx Swnofivlcl, Irving Grnh-fm-ml, lmmurri X First Row: Gordon W. Barry. Bl'I'l1il'l' Lund. Furl 134-rglund. 71114 fC ' I Yao ol I T"'Gj "3 Ihw klzlx ul-rv pzwkq-rl in In-rv lluhl us sux'- il1l'sf" ,iukvg "1'I1:lL1I'h-L1rs" Wullur llzuhnfq-ld :1 Imu lxznxtnlnpg us thc-5' start :anulln-r In-vliv un-1-R. ll PHS Cusfocllans Sm-cond Row: Alvx Swnofivlcl, Irving Grnh-fm-ml, lmmurri X First Row: Gordon W. Barry. Bl'I'l1il'l' Lund. Furl 134-rglund. 71114 Q wsu. Q Q wsu. Q Neither rain, sleet, nor snow can keep teachers Mr. Spacapan, Mr. Ralno, Mr. Tourek, Mr. Grab- itz. and Miss Hudson from their school mailboxes. aMaLing me gracles There goes that bell again . . . Now where do I go today? It's Tuesday so I have a first hour history class . . . Here's Room 118 . . . Let's see now. Do I have every- thing? . . . Where are my passes? Ah, here they are! . . . Roger's absent again today. I'll have to find out what's wrong with him . . . and so went the thoughts of typical teachers of Arlington High during the year as they went about their daily schedule. In addition to their regular duties of teaching, giving tests, recording grades, and making out quarter and semester grade cards for the IBM machine to record, the teachers also had a number of other responsibilities. One of these was to attend the departmental meetings of their respective departments. These meetings were held for the purpose of discussing policies and methods to be used in Mr. Charles E. Aldrich, Physical Education: B.A., University of Tulsa. Mr. Larry H. Anderson, Business Education: B.A., Western Illinois University. Mr. R. Archamhault, Foreign Language and Counseling: B.A., Jamestown College. Mr. Russell R.. Attis, Physical Education: M.S. and B.S., University ot Illinois. Miss Joanne C. Austin, Physical Education: B.S., George William College. Miss Diane Baker, Core: B.A., Denison University. 701' arvhnal Sfualen is that department. Another activity of the faculty members was to attend special meetings held throughout the town- ship, county, or state. At these meetings the teachers dis- cussed the methods of teaching and what could be done to improve these methods. Each teacher also had to spon- sor one extra-curricular activity. Another activity of a few of the faculty members, which showed a new side of the faculty to the student body, was a skit presented at one of the pep sessions. This year the teachers had a new situation with which they had to cope. As the two school buildings were some distance apart, it was necessary for the teachers at one building to make special arrangements to get together with teachers at the other school for meetings. This also was a problem for the teachers who taught at both schools. I7 Neither rain, sleet, nor snow can keep teachers Mr. Spacapan, Mr. Ralno, Mr. Tourek, Mr. Grab- itz. and Miss Hudson from their school mailboxes. aMaLing me gracles There goes that bell again . . . Now where do I go today? It's Tuesday so I have a first hour history class . . . Here's Room 118 . . . Let's see now. Do I have every- thing? . . . Where are my passes? Ah, here they are! . . . Roger's absent again today. I'll have to find out what's wrong with him . . . and so went the thoughts of typical teachers of Arlington High during the year as they went about their daily schedule. In addition to their regular duties of teaching, giving tests, recording grades, and making out quarter and semester grade cards for the IBM machine to record, the teachers also had a number of other responsibilities. One of these was to attend the departmental meetings of their respective departments. These meetings were held for the purpose of discussing policies and methods to be used in Mr. Charles E. Aldrich, Physical Education: B.A., University of Tulsa. Mr. Larry H. Anderson, Business Education: B.A., Western Illinois University. Mr. R. Archamhault, Foreign Language and Counseling: B.A., Jamestown College. Mr. Russell R.. Attis, Physical Education: M.S. and B.S., University ot Illinois. Miss Joanne C. Austin, Physical Education: B.S., George William College. Miss Diane Baker, Core: B.A., Denison University. 701' arvhnal Sfualen is that department. Another activity of the faculty members was to attend special meetings held throughout the town- ship, county, or state. At these meetings the teachers dis- cussed the methods of teaching and what could be done to improve these methods. Each teacher also had to spon- sor one extra-curricular activity. Another activity of a few of the faculty members, which showed a new side of the faculty to the student body, was a skit presented at one of the pep sessions. This year the teachers had a new situation with which they had to cope. As the two school buildings were some distance apart, it was necessary for the teachers at one building to make special arrangements to get together with teachers at the other school for meetings. This also was a problem for the teachers who taught at both schools. I7 aculfcy Miss Lillian Callihun, Business Education: M.B.A., Denver Uni- versity: B.E,, Western Illinois University. Mr. Valjean M. Cashen, Counseling: M.S. and B.S., Southern Illinois University. Miss Betty Cobb, English: M.A., University of Illinois: B.A., Illinois College. Mr. R. M. Conrad, Curriculum Director: M.A., University of Illinois: A.B., Bluffton College. Miss Martha Craig, Counseling: M.A., Uni- versity of Illinois: A.B,, Olivet College. Mr. James J. Curry, For- eign Language: M.A. and B.S., University of Illinois. Mr. W. S. Curtis, Speech Correction: M.A., Western Michigan: B.S.. Northwestern University. Mr. Martin C, Dahlberg, Music: M.M. and B.M.Ed., Northwestern University. Miss Marian Davis, Science: B.S.. University of Illinois. Miss Charlotte R. Dethart, Core: M.P.S., University of Colorado: B.Ed., Illinois State Normal. Mr. Floyd N. Dougherty, English: M,Ed., University of Houston: B.S., North Texas University. Mr. Russell Dowell, Mathematics: M.Ed., University of Illinois: B.A., Carthage College. Miss Carol Duthie, Foreign Language: B.A., Lawrence College. Mr. Richard I.. Eckert, Driver Education: M.S. in P.E., Northern Illinois University. Mrs. Florence R. Elfeld, Social Science: M.A., University of Wisconsin: B.A., Beloit College. I8 Mr. William C. Beckman, Physical Education: M.A. in Ed., North- western University: B.S. in Ed., University of Nebraska. Mrs. Norma A. Behrend, Counseling: M.Ed., University of Illinois: B.A., Carleton College. Miss Marjorie Beu, Vocal Music: M.M.Ed., B.M.Ed., B.M., American Conservatory of Music. Miss Doris L. Black, Social Science: M. A., University of Colorado: B.S., South Dakota State College. Mr. Robert G. Boesel, English: M.A., Northwestern University: B.A., Peru College. Mr. Frank J. Bohac, Mathematics: M.Ed. and B.S., University of Illinois. Miss Mildred C. Bopp, Librarian: M.A., Columbia University: B.S. and B.L.S., University of Illinois. Mrs. Margery Bright, Business Education: B.S., Illinois State Normal University. Mr. Bernard L. Brock, Social Science: B.A., Illinois State Normal University. aculfcy Miss Lillian Callihun, Business Education: M.B.A., Denver Uni- versity: B.E,, Western Illinois University. Mr. Valjean M. Cashen, Counseling: M.S. and B.S., Southern Illinois University. Miss Betty Cobb, English: M.A., University of Illinois: B.A., Illinois College. Mr. R. M. Conrad, Curriculum Director: M.A., University of Illinois: A.B., Bluffton College. Miss Martha Craig, Counseling: M.A., Uni- versity of Illinois: A.B,, Olivet College. Mr. James J. Curry, For- eign Language: M.A. and B.S., University of Illinois. Mr. W. S. Curtis, Speech Correction: M.A., Western Michigan: B.S.. Northwestern University. Mr. Martin C, Dahlberg, Music: M.M. and B.M.Ed., Northwestern University. Miss Marian Davis, Science: B.S.. University of Illinois. Miss Charlotte R. Dethart, Core: M.P.S., University of Colorado: B.Ed., Illinois State Normal. Mr. Floyd N. Dougherty, English: M,Ed., University of Houston: B.S., North Texas University. Mr. Russell Dowell, Mathematics: M.Ed., University of Illinois: B.A., Carthage College. Miss Carol Duthie, Foreign Language: B.A., Lawrence College. Mr. Richard I.. Eckert, Driver Education: M.S. in P.E., Northern Illinois University. Mrs. Florence R. Elfeld, Social Science: M.A., University of Wisconsin: B.A., Beloit College. I8 Mr. William C. Beckman, Physical Education: M.A. in Ed., North- western University: B.S. in Ed., University of Nebraska. Mrs. Norma A. Behrend, Counseling: M.Ed., University of Illinois: B.A., Carleton College. Miss Marjorie Beu, Vocal Music: M.M.Ed., B.M.Ed., B.M., American Conservatory of Music. Miss Doris L. Black, Social Science: M. A., University of Colorado: B.S., South Dakota State College. Mr. Robert G. Boesel, English: M.A., Northwestern University: B.A., Peru College. Mr. Frank J. Bohac, Mathematics: M.Ed. and B.S., University of Illinois. Miss Mildred C. Bopp, Librarian: M.A., Columbia University: B.S. and B.L.S., University of Illinois. Mrs. Margery Bright, Business Education: B.S., Illinois State Normal University. Mr. Bernard L. Brock, Social Science: B.A., Illinois State Normal University. Mr. Ilia-Iiurd ti. Etherton, Industrial Arts: M.S., Southern Illinois University: ILS., University of Dubuque. Mr. R. S. Farris, Science and Physical Education: BS., Illinois State University. Mrs. Hazel M. Faulkner, Business Education: M,A., Northwestern University: M.S., Kansas Slate 'l'eaehers College. Miss Margaret E. Firth, Foreign Language: M.A., University of Iowa: l5.A., Grand Island College. Mr. Edward Fischer, Art: lVl.A.Ed. and B.A.E., Art Institute of Chicago. Mr. George M. Fredin, Ari: lI.A,l'I., C'hiea1.:o Art Institute. Miss Martha Jam- Frey, English: M.A., University of Denver: B.E., Western State College. Mr. Merrill D. Fronoy, Science: l3.S., Illinois Slate Normal University. Mr. Donald M. Fyfe, English: M.A and All., Vniversily oi' Michigan. Mr. William Gallagher, Art: B.A.Ed., Chicago Art Institute. Miss Marilyn H. Gamlin, Home Economics: B.S., University of Illinois. Mr. Roland R. Goins, Science: M.S., University of Illinois: B,S.. Illinois Wesleyan. Mr. R. Grahitz, Social Science: B.S., University of Oregon. Mr. Wallace Grace, Director of Athletics and Physical Education: M.S. and A.B., University of Illinois. Mr. John W. Griffith, Industrial Arts: M.S., University of Illinois: B.S., Northern Illinois Stale Teachers College. Miss Leotta Hampton, Counseling and Social Science: RS., South Dakota State College. Miss Mary S. Handlin, Home Economies: M.A., Columbia, University: B.S., James Millikin University. Miss Virginia Harrod, English: M.A., University of Illinois: IIA., Eu- reka College. Miss Margery NV. Heddens, English: B.A., University of Illinois. Mr. Hal Henson, Industrial Arts: B.S., University of Illinois. Mr. Thomas Herrmann, English: B.A., University of Iowa. Mr. Robert A. Hoese, Business Education: M.S.E. and B.S.E., West- ern Illinois University. Mr. William C. Holt, Science: MS. in Ed.. University of Wisconsin: B.A., William Jewell College. Mr. Donald J. Hruby, Science: M.S. in Ed. and B.S. in Ed., Northern Illinois University. I9 Mr. Ilia-Iiurd ti. Etherton, Industrial Arts: M.S., Southern Illinois University: ILS., University of Dubuque. Mr. R. S. Farris, Science and Physical Education: BS., Illinois State University. Mrs. Hazel M. Faulkner, Business Education: M,A., Northwestern University: M.S., Kansas Slate 'l'eaehers College. Miss Margaret E. Firth, Foreign Language: M.A., University of Iowa: l5.A., Grand Island College. Mr. Edward Fischer, Art: lVl.A.Ed. and B.A.E., Art Institute of Chicago. Mr. George M. Fredin, Ari: lI.A,l'I., C'hiea1.:o Art Institute. Miss Martha Jam- Frey, English: M.A., University of Denver: B.E., Western State College. Mr. Merrill D. Fronoy, Science: l3.S., Illinois Slate Normal University. Mr. Donald M. Fyfe, English: M.A and All., Vniversily oi' Michigan. Mr. William Gallagher, Art: B.A.Ed., Chicago Art Institute. Miss Marilyn H. Gamlin, Home Economics: B.S., University of Illinois. Mr. Roland R. Goins, Science: M.S., University of Illinois: B,S.. Illinois Wesleyan. Mr. R. Grahitz, Social Science: B.S., University of Oregon. Mr. Wallace Grace, Director of Athletics and Physical Education: M.S. and A.B., University of Illinois. Mr. John W. Griffith, Industrial Arts: M.S., University of Illinois: B.S., Northern Illinois Stale Teachers College. Miss Leotta Hampton, Counseling and Social Science: RS., South Dakota State College. Miss Mary S. Handlin, Home Economies: M.A., Columbia, University: B.S., James Millikin University. Miss Virginia Harrod, English: M.A., University of Illinois: IIA., Eu- reka College. Miss Margery NV. Heddens, English: B.A., University of Illinois. Mr. Hal Henson, Industrial Arts: B.S., University of Illinois. Mr. Thomas Herrmann, English: B.A., University of Iowa. Mr. Robert A. Hoese, Business Education: M.S.E. and B.S.E., West- ern Illinois University. Mr. William C. Holt, Science: MS. in Ed.. University of Wisconsin: B.A., William Jewell College. Mr. Donald J. Hruby, Science: M.S. in Ed. and B.S. in Ed., Northern Illinois University. I9 aculfcy Mr. Dick Kinneman, Science: M.A.Ed. and B.S., University of Illinois. Mr. Maurice Klotz, Social Science: M.A. and B.A., Uni- versity of Illinois. Mr. Philip D. LaLeike, Core: B.S., Wisconsin State University. Mr. Curtis R. Larsen, Industrial Arts: M.Ed., University of Illinois: B.S., Northern Illinois State University. Mr. George Larson, Mathe- matics: University of Illinois. Mr. William E. Laymon, In- dustrial Arts: M.A. and B.A., Eastern Illinois University. Miss June Leick, Music: M.A., University of Denver: B.E., Western State College. Miss Alma Leonhard, English: M.A., University of Chicago: B.A., Illinois College. Mr. Howard J. Lester, Counseling and Science. M.S. and B.S. in Ed., Illinois State Normal University. Mr. D. L. Lindemann, Mathematics: B.S. in Ed., Northern Illinois Univemifv. Mr. Chad H. Lindner, Core: B.S., University of Wis- consin. Miss Jane Mahin, Core: M.A., University of Iowa: B.A., Cornell College. Mr. Jack W. Martin, English: B.S. in Ed., Illinois State Normal University. Mr. William D. McKillip, Mathematics: B.S. in Ed., University of Illinois. Mr. Roderick C. McLennan, Mathematics: M.A., Northwestern University: B.A., Iowa State Teachers College. 20 Miss Dolores Hudson, Foreign Language: M.A. and B.S., North- Western University. Mr. Gay C. Hughes, Physical Education: B.S., University of Illinois. Miss Patricia Jensen, Mathematics: A.B., College of St. Francis. Mrs. Helen Lauriente Johnson, English: B.S., Northwestern Uni- versity Mrs. Hazel Jolliffe, Home Economies: M.S. and B.S., Stout State College. Miss Ki Ki Katsoulis, Foreign Language: M.A. and B.S.Ed., Northwestern University. Mr. Maurice G. Kellogg, Science: M.S. and B.S., Western State University. Mr. Robert C. Kemman, Science: M.A., Roosevelt Uni- versity: B.S., Northern Illinois University. Mrs. Helen Kemmerly, English: B.S., Illinois State Normal University. 7r.4m n 1: i4,.e: zxw.i aculfcy Mr. Dick Kinneman, Science: M.A.Ed. and B.S., University of Illinois. Mr. Maurice Klotz, Social Science: M.A. and B.A., Uni- versity of Illinois. Mr. Philip D. LaLeike, Core: B.S., Wisconsin State University. Mr. Curtis R. Larsen, Industrial Arts: M.Ed., University of Illinois: B.S., Northern Illinois State University. Mr. George Larson, Mathe- matics: University of Illinois. Mr. William E. Laymon, In- dustrial Arts: M.A. and B.A., Eastern Illinois University. Miss June Leick, Music: M.A., University of Denver: B.E., Western State College. Miss Alma Leonhard, English: M.A., University of Chicago: B.A., Illinois College. Mr. Howard J. Lester, Counseling and Science. M.S. and B.S. in Ed., Illinois State Normal University. Mr. D. L. Lindemann, Mathematics: B.S. in Ed., Northern Illinois Univemifv. Mr. Chad H. Lindner, Core: B.S., University of Wis- consin. Miss Jane Mahin, Core: M.A., University of Iowa: B.A., Cornell College. Mr. Jack W. Martin, English: B.S. in Ed., Illinois State Normal University. Mr. William D. McKillip, Mathematics: B.S. in Ed., University of Illinois. Mr. Roderick C. McLennan, Mathematics: M.A., Northwestern University: B.A., Iowa State Teachers College. 20 Miss Dolores Hudson, Foreign Language: M.A. and B.S., North- Western University. Mr. Gay C. Hughes, Physical Education: B.S., University of Illinois. Miss Patricia Jensen, Mathematics: A.B., College of St. Francis. Mrs. Helen Lauriente Johnson, English: B.S., Northwestern Uni- versity Mrs. Hazel Jolliffe, Home Economies: M.S. and B.S., Stout State College. Miss Ki Ki Katsoulis, Foreign Language: M.A. and B.S.Ed., Northwestern University. Mr. Maurice G. Kellogg, Science: M.S. and B.S., Western State University. Mr. Robert C. Kemman, Science: M.A., Roosevelt Uni- versity: B.S., Northern Illinois University. Mrs. Helen Kemmerly, English: B.S., Illinois State Normal University. 7r.4m n 1: i4,.e: zxw.i Mr. Douglas K. Murphy, English: M.A., Northwestern University: B.A., Loulslana Polytechnic Institute. Mr. N. H. Nielsen, Foreign Language: A.M., University of Illinois: A.B., Nebraska State Col- lege. Mr. E. Elliott Ormsbee, Business Education: M.S., University of Illinois: B.S., Bradley University. Mr. Edward Paulus, Industrial Arts: M.A., Northwestern University. Mr. Merritt A. Paxton, Science: B.A., State University of Iowa. Mrs. Halcyon Peters, Social Science: B.A., Western Reserve Uni- versity, Mr. J. David Poling, Social Science: M.A. and B.S., Northwestern University. Miss Mary Frances Prust, Physical Education: B.A., Valparaiso. Mr. Morris J. Pumphrey, Science: M.S. in Ed., Uni- versity of Illinois: B.S., Illinois State Normal University. Mr. Nicholas J. Raino, Mathematics: B.S., Northern Illinois State Teachers College, Miss Martha Ann Redman, Librarian: A.B., East- ern Kentucky State Teachers College. Mr. A. D. Reeves, Industrial Arts: M.S., Bradley University: B.S., Northwest Missouri State College. Miss M. Ethel Riordan, Counseling: M.S.W. and B.P., Loyola Uni- versity. Mrs. Sandra Rives, English: B.S., Northwestern University. Mr. Donald R. Roberts, Science: M.A. and B.A., DePauw University. Miss Leta. McMillin, Business Education: M.A., Columbia University. Mr. Roy D. Meiller, Science: M.S., Colorado State College: B.S., La Crosse State College. Mr. Robert J. Meissner, Core: B.S., Uni- versity of Wisconsin. Mr. Charles J. Miller, Industrial Arts: M.S. in Ed. and B.S. in Ed.. Eastern Illinois University. Mrs. Sally L. Montgomery, Core: B.S., Northwestern University. Mrs. Irene K. Moulton, Business Educa- tion: B.S., Indiana State Teachers College. Mr. Richard Mudge, Physical Education: M.A. and B.A., University of Illinois. Mr. Paul N. Mueller, Science: B.S., Northern Illinois University. Mr. Richard John Mueller, Core: B.A., University of Illinois. I .rl 1.1 Mr. Douglas K. Murphy, English: M.A., Northwestern University: B.A., Loulslana Polytechnic Institute. Mr. N. H. Nielsen, Foreign Language: A.M., University of Illinois: A.B., Nebraska State Col- lege. Mr. E. Elliott Ormsbee, Business Education: M.S., University of Illinois: B.S., Bradley University. Mr. Edward Paulus, Industrial Arts: M.A., Northwestern University. Mr. Merritt A. Paxton, Science: B.A., State University of Iowa. Mrs. Halcyon Peters, Social Science: B.A., Western Reserve Uni- versity, Mr. J. David Poling, Social Science: M.A. and B.S., Northwestern University. Miss Mary Frances Prust, Physical Education: B.A., Valparaiso. Mr. Morris J. Pumphrey, Science: M.S. in Ed., Uni- versity of Illinois: B.S., Illinois State Normal University. Mr. Nicholas J. Raino, Mathematics: B.S., Northern Illinois State Teachers College, Miss Martha Ann Redman, Librarian: A.B., East- ern Kentucky State Teachers College. Mr. A. D. Reeves, Industrial Arts: M.S., Bradley University: B.S., Northwest Missouri State College. Miss M. Ethel Riordan, Counseling: M.S.W. and B.P., Loyola Uni- versity. Mrs. Sandra Rives, English: B.S., Northwestern University. Mr. Donald R. Roberts, Science: M.A. and B.A., DePauw University. Miss Leta. McMillin, Business Education: M.A., Columbia University. Mr. Roy D. Meiller, Science: M.S., Colorado State College: B.S., La Crosse State College. Mr. Robert J. Meissner, Core: B.S., Uni- versity of Wisconsin. Mr. Charles J. Miller, Industrial Arts: M.S. in Ed. and B.S. in Ed.. Eastern Illinois University. Mrs. Sally L. Montgomery, Core: B.S., Northwestern University. Mrs. Irene K. Moulton, Business Educa- tion: B.S., Indiana State Teachers College. Mr. Richard Mudge, Physical Education: M.A. and B.A., University of Illinois. Mr. Paul N. Mueller, Science: B.S., Northern Illinois University. Mr. Richard John Mueller, Core: B.A., University of Illinois. I .rl 1.1 aculfcy Mr. Arthur C. Serfling, Counseling: M.A., Northwestern University. Mr. Thomas VY. Shirley, Mathematics: M.S. and B.S., Illinois State Normal University. Mr. Evan Shull, Mathematics: B.S. in Ed., Illinois State Normal University. Mrs. Wilma Shull, Business Education: M.Ed. and B.S., University of Illinois. Mr. Norbert L. Siewert, Foreign Language: M.S., West- crn Illinois State University: B.A., Marquette University. Mr. Ron- ald A. Sims, M.A. and B.S.. Northwestern University. Edward Spacapan, Mathematics MS Northwestern University . ., Northern Illinois University. Mr. Vernon E. Stahnke, Indus- Mr. Alfred H. Snap, English: M.A. and B.A., University of Illinois. Mr. ' : . ., . ' ' 2 B S trial Arts: M.S. and B.S., University of Illinois. Mrs. Hazel Beverly Stewart, English and Counseling: M.A. and B.A., University of Illinois. Mr. John Strong, Counseling: M.S.W.. Washington University: A.B., Carthage College, Miss M. Donna Timm, Librarian: M.L.S., University of Illinois: B.S. in Ed., Illinois State Normal University. Mr. Edward J. Tourek, Social Science: M.A., University of Nebraska: A.B., Stanford University. Miss Lyovonne Trad, English: B.A., Eureka College. Mr. Dawson Trine, Mathematics: M.S., University ot Wisconsin: B.S., Platteville State College. 22 Miss Doral Rose, Physical Education: M.Ed., University of Illinois: B.S., Northern Illinois State University. Mr. Maurice A. Ross, Science: M.S. in Ed. and B.S., Western Illinois State University. Mr. Robert L. Roussey, Foreign Language: M.A. and B.A., Uni- versity of Illinois. Mr. VV. John Rowe, Mathematics: M.A., Northwestern University: B.S., Stout State College. Mr. Louis E. Schairer, Industrial Arts: B.S., University of Illinois. Mr. Kenneth Schaller, Core: M.A.. University of Wisconsin: A.B., Washington University. Mrs. Dorothy Scharf, Home Economics: B.S., Stout State College. Mr. Frederick C. Schmoyer, Music: M.A., University of Pennsyl- vania: B.S., University of Michigan. Mr. Robert N. Scott, Physical Education: M.Ed., University of Illinois: B.A., Evansville College. 1-unnnu1,i....... mf..f-1 -..'-- .am .mia Hu-snly .1 aculfcy Mr. Arthur C. Serfling, Counseling: M.A., Northwestern University. Mr. Thomas VY. Shirley, Mathematics: M.S. and B.S., Illinois State Normal University. Mr. Evan Shull, Mathematics: B.S. in Ed., Illinois State Normal University. Mrs. Wilma Shull, Business Education: M.Ed. and B.S., University of Illinois. Mr. Norbert L. Siewert, Foreign Language: M.S., West- crn Illinois State University: B.A., Marquette University. Mr. Ron- ald A. Sims, M.A. and B.S.. Northwestern University. Edward Spacapan, Mathematics MS Northwestern University . ., Northern Illinois University. Mr. Vernon E. Stahnke, Indus- Mr. Alfred H. Snap, English: M.A. and B.A., University of Illinois. Mr. ' : . ., . ' ' 2 B S trial Arts: M.S. and B.S., University of Illinois. Mrs. Hazel Beverly Stewart, English and Counseling: M.A. and B.A., University of Illinois. Mr. John Strong, Counseling: M.S.W.. Washington University: A.B., Carthage College, Miss M. Donna Timm, Librarian: M.L.S., University of Illinois: B.S. in Ed., Illinois State Normal University. Mr. Edward J. Tourek, Social Science: M.A., University of Nebraska: A.B., Stanford University. Miss Lyovonne Trad, English: B.A., Eureka College. Mr. Dawson Trine, Mathematics: M.S., University ot Wisconsin: B.S., Platteville State College. 22 Miss Doral Rose, Physical Education: M.Ed., University of Illinois: B.S., Northern Illinois State University. Mr. Maurice A. Ross, Science: M.S. in Ed. and B.S., Western Illinois State University. Mr. Robert L. Roussey, Foreign Language: M.A. and B.A., Uni- versity of Illinois. Mr. VV. John Rowe, Mathematics: M.A., Northwestern University: B.S., Stout State College. Mr. Louis E. Schairer, Industrial Arts: B.S., University of Illinois. Mr. Kenneth Schaller, Core: M.A.. University of Wisconsin: A.B., Washington University. Mrs. Dorothy Scharf, Home Economics: B.S., Stout State College. Mr. Frederick C. Schmoyer, Music: M.A., University of Pennsyl- vania: B.S., University of Michigan. Mr. Robert N. Scott, Physical Education: M.Ed., University of Illinois: B.A., Evansville College. 1-unnnu1ai......-. mf..f-1 -..'-- .am .m1a. Hu-snly .1 Miw lfllimln-lh M. Trout, VUFUI M,A. and ILA.. Univcrsily of Cliii-algo Mr. .lnnu-s lf. l'lric-ln, 1NTZll.h1'lYl1llll'Sf M.A., Univvrsity of Chicago ll,lC., Norllu-rn Illinois Slulu Ilnivc-rsily. Mr. Alfrvd A. Ilmhorgvr, Msillu-inxiiivs: M.A. :und l-LS., Norlliwa-Sli-rn Univvrsily, Mr. Curl T. l'!h, Mzntln-mulir-sz M.A., Norlliwvsu-rn Univorsity HS., l'niw-rsily of Dayton, Mr. Fred A. Yaisvil, Core: B.A., Uni va-rsily of Illinois, Miss Donna Maria- Volz, 1-'orvign Lzxnguago: MA. 1'olumlri:1 llnix'1-rsilyg HA., Norll1wvs1vrl1 Univvrsily. Miss M. Yun lligga-I4-n, Matin-mzxliw-sz ILS., Whl-zlton Collvge. Miss K We-iwnlmrgvr. l'l1ysir'ul l'Idur-ation: M.A., Colorzido Colin-go of Eduva lion: ILS. in lid., Missouri llnivorsily. Mr. lmvid White-sidv, Foun- sf-lim.:: 11.8, :infl ILS., South:-rn Illinois l'I1iv1-I'siIy. Mrs. Elaine Bliss:-n, Physivzil Education: B.S.l-I., Nortln-rn Illinois University. Mr. Tod W'ism-n, Physical Educ-ation: ll.S.I'I., Norllwrn Illinois Univ0I'sit.y. Miss Dortlu-an l.. WYnlf, lllnglish: A.M.. lini- vcrsity of Illinois: BA., Illinois Stem- Normal Univm-rsily. Mr. Rohort D. VY0lff, Musiv: M.M., Nortliwl-sim-rn Univvrsilyg A.l5.. Curthzlgc- Collugc-. Mr. Stun Kvuznick, Chivl I-Jngim-4-x', Mrs. Joy Zwoiglc-r, Em.flish: HS., Unlvvrsity of VVisc-onsin. As corny :is lL sn-wins, problvms are allways poppin' up for Mr. liolu-rt Grzibilz :incl ti-zivliz-rs who supvrvisq- vorivossions :IL aillilvtil- vw-nts. 23 Miw lfllimln-lh M. Trout, VUFUI M,A. and ILA.. Univcrsily of Cliii-algo Mr. .lnnu-s lf. l'lric-ln, 1NTZll.h1'lYl1llll'Sf M.A., Univvrsity of Chicago ll,lC., Norllu-rn Illinois Slulu Ilnivc-rsily. Mr. Alfrvd A. Ilmhorgvr, Msillu-inxiiivs: M.A. :und l-LS., Norlliwa-Sli-rn Univvrsily, Mr. Curl T. l'!h, Mzntln-mulir-sz M.A., Norlliwvsu-rn Univorsity HS., l'niw-rsily of Dayton, Mr. Fred A. Yaisvil, Core: B.A., Uni va-rsily of Illinois, Miss Donna Maria- Volz, 1-'orvign Lzxnguago: MA. 1'olumlri:1 llnix'1-rsilyg HA., Norll1wvs1vrl1 Univvrsily. Miss M. Yun lligga-I4-n, Matin-mzxliw-sz ILS., Whl-zlton Collvge. Miss K We-iwnlmrgvr. l'l1ysir'ul l'Idur-ation: M.A., Colorzido Colin-go of Eduva lion: ILS. in lid., Missouri llnivorsily. Mr. lmvid White-sidv, Foun- sf-lim.:: 11.8, :infl ILS., South:-rn Illinois l'I1iv1-I'siIy. Mrs. Elaine Bliss:-n, Physivzil Education: B.S.l-I., Nortln-rn Illinois University. Mr. Tod W'ism-n, Physical Educ-ation: ll.S.I'I., Norllwrn Illinois Univ0I'sit.y. Miss Dortlu-an l.. WYnlf, lllnglish: A.M.. lini- vcrsity of Illinois: BA., Illinois Stem- Normal Univm-rsily. Mr. Rohort D. VY0lff, Musiv: M.M., Nortliwl-sim-rn Univvrsilyg A.l5.. Curthzlgc- Collugc-. Mr. Stun Kvuznick, Chivl I-Jngim-4-x', Mrs. Joy Zwoiglc-r, Em.flish: HS., Unlvvrsity of VVisc-onsin. As corny :is lL sn-wins, problvms are allways poppin' up for Mr. liolu-rt Grzibilz :incl ti-zivliz-rs who supvrvisq- vorivossions :IL aillilvtil- vw-nts. 23 .. 4, 4 1pm .. .Mx ,lk 1 - f W1 -fr bf -, wfaw qf.f, in . 3 4 .gg xhfgwj "N 11 ' 1-f ue Rl' 5554, gn- ,j3r.v',',1, 2 wH, u '?1 ' ' S5 W ff 'Z N' frsiiiv ' ., 5. 4, Sv W N' ' ' MTJF., K V 53,315 fa? , K1 Q 4 Qu xx w x x.-ii ki vg H Y U., Q. , x x n I x I V x V I l l I w i F f 5 Bmiiie -0 4: 4 , Wx. 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M JWD .lx 0 N1 W Rfb' 4 3 Es, , YE Xi' : . 4 . pm, ww, mm 'V 'J Q r' W L 4 1 f l' ke, ,,,,L. wr Q- ',L2pr:w- W I-1" -M 4 fvflf Jr 'E'-Jw' .,,J A ,J 3- ' .5 l , Mx -W. , X X 1:35 Vf F.: , , FV- A 573511 1- J' I .-in ' pq, M.-f ,. .mvwsx HM , ... M JWD .lx 0 N1 W Rfb' 4 3 Es, , YE Xi' : . 4 . pm, ww, mm 'V 'J Q r' W L 'P if 5 is 5. Q E 1 55 , ! 5 ffm? gggbjwzg 33:52. KS :Q Wlxeyii. 2 Q ,. s f' 'wk Q Q6 f P ff ' .fwgif mm. null. WA- wi nv' M A gg is is Q 1 ,Wash Ffa ' 4 1 ,M Q 1' YH-E5 5551 33:52. 1 iiiilifgi KW , , 'l154Q,i2L 2 Ei g If Q vii fl 'wk Q Q6 f P ff ' .fwgif mm. sewn W5 if A fi .ff- Q u 1. cg x , ut? V y, 8 r qt It l PHS Freshman Board Third Row: Kart-n Hanson, Vivky Hands-n, Dorothy Kit-vk, Putty Pt-ck, Barh Evans, Trish Croc-kt-tt, Lynnt- Smith. Ginny Naylor, Juno Etigvuinbo, Karon Willizuns, Kathit- Kuhlman. Sa-corul Row: Mar- garet Linzt-r, Christinv Iiylski, Barbara Iilzuikwvll, .Iot-n-iyn Colmlt-nz. Carol Bodingfiold, Bt-th Roodt-ll, Bt-tsy Raynt-r, Marty Long, Uarol Hint-hliff, Jun Gow. First Row: Bob Millvr, David Zim-tx, Rit-ky Von Kutxlvbt-n, Nivk Tuttlv. res naen yin Frospecf or ufure oo Loost- wirt-s and nails, laddcrs, sawhorst-s, liannnvrs and saws, lying in tht- halls. wt-t paint. and "No studs-nts al- lowcdu signs all contributcd to the Confusion of the frcsh- nit-n's first fvw days as high school studt-nts, tho first students to occupy tht- nt-w building. 'l'lu: Class of '61 was first in niany ways. In addition to living thu first class to ust- tht- Prospt-rt building, it was also thc first freshman Class to have its own Cllocr- lt-ada-rs, Cliosvn in lzttt' St'ptt'mbt-r Carolyn Tracy, '1'c-rry Barbour. Nancy Larson, Linda Eaton, Sally Wichrnan, and Linda Sc'lnu-bt'i'gvr lt-d thc Clit-vrs of thc frosh. Also on tht- list of firsts was the fact tht' frosh had tht-ir own Studvnt Council in addition to a class board. Elvrtt-tl to lt-ad thu class of '61 through tht: turmoil of its first your wt-rv class officers Ed Mtiflalie, presidcntg lit-vt-rly liakt-r, victt- prvsidvntg Ann Warrcn, sccrvtaryg and 'lunt' Good, trt'asurt-r. Tha- frosh was also thc first class to have its own Minstrvl Show and Talent Show. The highlight of thc social whirl at Prospect was a turnabout dance, held March 15. 'l'hv lllt'IIlt' of this vvvnt was 'iCarouscl." Its first year in high school was truly a year of firsts for the class of '61 and certainly will bc rcmvm- bvrt-d by tht- frosli throughout thc coming years of school. Not "dormant" but active in planning class projects are freshmen offit-1-rs Ann Warrvn, Juno Good, Ed McCabe, and Beverly Bakvri 27 fi .ff- Q u 1. cg x , ut? V y, 8 r qt It l PHS Freshman Board Third Row: Kart-n Hanson, Vivky Hands-n, Dorothy Kit-vk, Putty Pt-ck, Barh Evans, Trish Croc-kt-tt, Lynnt- Smith. Ginny Naylor, Juno Etigvuinbo, Karon Willizuns, Kathit- Kuhlman. Sa-corul Row: Mar- garet Linzt-r, Christinv Iiylski, Barbara Iilzuikwvll, .Iot-n-iyn Colmlt-nz. Carol Bodingfiold, Bt-th Roodt-ll, Bt-tsy Raynt-r, Marty Long, Uarol Hint-hliff, Jun Gow. First Row: Bob Millvr, David Zim-tx, Rit-ky Von Kutxlvbt-n, Nivk Tuttlv. res naen yin Frospecf or ufure oo Loost- wirt-s and nails, laddcrs, sawhorst-s, liannnvrs and saws, lying in tht- halls. wt-t paint. and "No studs-nts al- lowcdu signs all contributcd to the Confusion of the frcsh- nit-n's first fvw days as high school studt-nts, tho first students to occupy tht- nt-w building. 'l'lu: Class of '61 was first in niany ways. In addition to living thu first class to ust- tht- Prospt-rt building, it was also thc first freshman Class to have its own Cllocr- lt-ada-rs, Cliosvn in lzttt' St'ptt'mbt-r Carolyn Tracy, '1'c-rry Barbour. Nancy Larson, Linda Eaton, Sally Wichrnan, and Linda Sc'lnu-bt'i'gvr lt-d thc Clit-vrs of thc frosh. Also on tht- list of firsts was the fact tht' frosh had tht-ir own Studvnt Council in addition to a class board. Elvrtt-tl to lt-ad thu class of '61 through tht: turmoil of its first your wt-rv class officers Ed Mtiflalie, presidcntg lit-vt-rly liakt-r, victt- prvsidvntg Ann Warrcn, sccrvtaryg and 'lunt' Good, trt'asurt-r. Tha- frosh was also thc first class to have its own Minstrvl Show and Talent Show. The highlight of thc social whirl at Prospect was a turnabout dance, held March 15. 'l'hv lllt'IIlt' of this vvvnt was 'iCarouscl." Its first year in high school was truly a year of firsts for the class of '61 and certainly will bc rcmvm- bvrt-d by tht- frosli throughout thc coming years of school. Not "dormant" but active in planning class projects are freshmen offit-1-rs Ann Warrvn, Juno Good, Ed McCabe, and Beverly Bakvri 27 -- 1 ff , ,, gt ' 4 X 1 .,: - , ji. -Q .-' Q :- J. . . fum EQ ' , -f' V , , , i :aw .V i,, u iv x?'i571Wfiaj f'f . .Q is f Q 1, L5 ae- . C .. . wsaslwae- ' 3 ij: H+ 1 -3135 .. x'A-, . af . 5 fi X17 1 4 it . 3. . ,, ll A .,, v 'N ,ss , . "ew Was .se , va ls 4 -1 J A , I , H gli vi V773 . W -fs X Yr' ' X-' a A ..- ' :lax I I I - - -" 1 Eel we! 4- l A if -21 f if -v - as .W ' e , , , ,, so so A . A . qbx. 'SX , S Y . , W A, . Y K I L , l 5 , is , ,, e he , Q: , ,F-5' ,B l . , .w', N tn'-'v 5' ,.. , :E krik I A Mila" S anus X i I gi . gin ,atlas , . its n iii l A t ' ' .W A: i it Q. '-"vi, J A i A 1 ei ffl? , at ' - gr., ' - 'I A , if .ll X , , - , P ,Q 1 ' , f 4- f is l ' Q ' s..t U a J sffi. " ' ,W -N-1 Class First Row: Wallace Adams, Karen Adkisson, James Aiman, June Albin, George Allen, Martha Allen, Susan Alm, Josephine Alongi, Carrolle Anderson. Second Row: Dawne Anderson, Gayle Anderson, Judy An- derson, Ken Anderson, Richard Anderson, William Ander- son, Earl Aronson, Alice Arrasmith, Cynthia Atwood. Third Row: Nelson Auer, Melvin Aukamp, Raymond Aurnhammer, Ricky Bailey, Beverly Baker, John Bannis- ter, Carole Barber, Terry Barbour. Denise Barkulis. Fourth Row: Donna Lee Baron, Lyle Barrett, Margaret Barrick, Bob Barzano, Dave Baughman, Marlene Becker. Richard Bemkman. Greg Beckway, Carol Bedingfield. Fifth Row: Carl Behrens, Steven Beisler, Lynne Belden. Marlee Benda, Norman Bendell, Carolyn Benson, Marilyn Benson, David Ber, Jim Berendsen. Sixth Row: Doreen Berg, John Bergmann, Verne Bergner. Steven Bergstrom, Neil Berndt, Noel Berndt, James Bid- derman, Pat Bielinski, Buddy Billings. Seventh Row: Pat Birr, Warren Bischoff, Tom Bischoffer, Shirley Bitter, Linda Black, Barbara Blackwell, Kay Black- wood. Barbara Blair, Bradley Blair. Eighth Row: Del Blakely, Dennis Blakely, George Blink. James Bliss, Terry Block, Karen Blume, Beryl Bobinette. Cora Boehm, Carol Bogart. Ninth Row: Pat Boland, Robert Bolas, Cindy Bolliger, Virginia Borchert, Darlene Borgardt, Sondra Borgardt. Suzy Bowdle, James Bower, Jerry Boyes. Tenth Row: Bud Bradley, Judy Braham, Bob Bremner, Carole Breust, Steven Bright, Nancy Broadbent, Bob Broege, Jim D. Brome, Richard Brongel. Eleventh Row: Bob Brooks, Larry Brousseau, Barbara Brown, Carol Brown, Penny Brown. Marl Brunberg, Pat Brunetti, Gail Bryant, Betty Buck. Twelfth Row: Don Buick, VVilliam Burfeind. Wendy Bur- gess, Linda Burke, Donald Burkhalter, Marikay Burns. John Burusto, Phyllis Busse, Oka Butler. Thirteenth Row: Bill Byer, Christine Bylski, Marvin Byrkett, Pete Cameron, Donna Camm, Panorea Candiotes. Terry Carlin, Daniel Carlsen, Bob Carlson. Fourteenth Row: Richard Carlson, Tom Carlson, James Cassie, Mike Castor, Paulette Chisholm, Gail Christ, Rob- ert Christensen, Ron Christensen, Rosemarie Cimino. -- 1 ff , ,, gt ' 4 X 1 .,: - , ji. -Q .-' Q :- J. . . fum EQ ' , -f' V , , , i :aw .V i,, u iv x?'i571Wfiaj f'f . .Q is f Q 1, L5 ae- . C .. . wsaslwae- ' 3 ij: H+ 1 -3135 .. x'A-, . af . 5 fi X17 1 4 it . 3. . ,, ll A .,, v 'N ,ss , . "ew Was .se , va ls 4 -1 J A , I , H gli vi V773 . W -fs X Yr' ' X-' a A ..- ' :lax I I I - - -" 1 Eel we! 4- l A if -21 f if -v - as .W ' e , , , ,, so so A . A . qbx. 'SX , S Y . , W A, . Y K I L , l 5 , is , ,, e he , Q: , ,F-5' ,B l . , .w', N tn'-'v 5' ,.. , :E krik I A Mila" S anus X i I gi . gin ,atlas , . its n iii l A t ' ' .W A: i it Q. '-"vi, J A i A 1 ei ffl? , at ' - gr., ' - 'I A , if .ll X , , - , P ,Q 1 ' , f 4- f is l ' Q ' s..t U a J sffi. " ' ,W -N-1 Class First Row: Wallace Adams, Karen Adkisson, James Aiman, June Albin, George Allen, Martha Allen, Susan Alm, Josephine Alongi, Carrolle Anderson. Second Row: Dawne Anderson, Gayle Anderson, Judy An- derson, Ken Anderson, Richard Anderson, William Ander- son, Earl Aronson, Alice Arrasmith, Cynthia Atwood. Third Row: Nelson Auer, Melvin Aukamp, Raymond Aurnhammer, Ricky Bailey, Beverly Baker, John Bannis- ter, Carole Barber, Terry Barbour. Denise Barkulis. Fourth Row: Donna Lee Baron, Lyle Barrett, Margaret Barrick, Bob Barzano, Dave Baughman, Marlene Becker. Richard Bemkman. Greg Beckway, Carol Bedingfield. Fifth Row: Carl Behrens, Steven Beisler, Lynne Belden. Marlee Benda, Norman Bendell, Carolyn Benson, Marilyn Benson, David Ber, Jim Berendsen. Sixth Row: Doreen Berg, John Bergmann, Verne Bergner. Steven Bergstrom, Neil Berndt, Noel Berndt, James Bid- derman, Pat Bielinski, Buddy Billings. Seventh Row: Pat Birr, Warren Bischoff, Tom Bischoffer, Shirley Bitter, Linda Black, Barbara Blackwell, Kay Black- wood. Barbara Blair, Bradley Blair. Eighth Row: Del Blakely, Dennis Blakely, George Blink. James Bliss, Terry Block, Karen Blume, Beryl Bobinette. Cora Boehm, Carol Bogart. Ninth Row: Pat Boland, Robert Bolas, Cindy Bolliger, Virginia Borchert, Darlene Borgardt, Sondra Borgardt. Suzy Bowdle, James Bower, Jerry Boyes. Tenth Row: Bud Bradley, Judy Braham, Bob Bremner, Carole Breust, Steven Bright, Nancy Broadbent, Bob Broege, Jim D. Brome, Richard Brongel. Eleventh Row: Bob Brooks, Larry Brousseau, Barbara Brown, Carol Brown, Penny Brown. Marl Brunberg, Pat Brunetti, Gail Bryant, Betty Buck. Twelfth Row: Don Buick, VVilliam Burfeind. Wendy Bur- gess, Linda Burke, Donald Burkhalter, Marikay Burns. John Burusto, Phyllis Busse, Oka Butler. Thirteenth Row: Bill Byer, Christine Bylski, Marvin Byrkett, Pete Cameron, Donna Camm, Panorea Candiotes. Terry Carlin, Daniel Carlsen, Bob Carlson. Fourteenth Row: Richard Carlson, Tom Carlson, James Cassie, Mike Castor, Paulette Chisholm, Gail Christ, Rob- ert Christensen, Ron Christensen, Rosemarie Cimino. ,f 1961 First Row: Jim Clahaugh, Judy Clark, Kathleen Clark, Jack Clarke, Susan Clarke, Pat Clarkson, Don Clerihan. Art Ulesen, Larry Clore. Second Row: Joselyn Coblenz, Robert Cochran, Edward Cody, Ronald Cokenower, David Cole, Jim Collins, Tony Colosimo, Mercedes Condy, Terry Conner. Third Row: Mike Consoer, Myna Jane Cordaro, Ron Cord.:-s. Carolyn Cordle, Sandy Coursey, Bill Covalsen. Philip Craig, Joyce Crane, Trish Crockett. Fourth Row: Allan Crowe, Bill Cunningham, Robert Vunningham, Sharon Cunningham, Denis Daniels, Patricia Darby, Joan D'Argo, Martha Davidson, Barbara Davis. Fifth Row: Jaequie Davis, Richard Davis, Suzanne Dean. Ed De Busman, Jill Dedering, Madeline De Huszar, Bill Dempewolf, Sandy Densmore, Marge Dethloff, Sixth Row: Allan De Wall, Marianne Diamond, Sally Dickinson, Jon Didriekson, Jim Diehl, Laurie Dieter. William Dietrich, George Dilley, Gloria Dilley, Seventh Row: Dennis Dixon, Charlotte Doan, Martin Doan, Kathryn Dobbins, Sandy Dodds, Ron Dolce, Joann Dormann, Dolores Dornan, Judy Dow. Eighth Row: James Doyle, Dennis Drinkwater, Joan Driscoll, Dennis Dryjanski, Sandy Dungan, Andy Duran. Sandy Dwyer, Ronald East, Lynda Eaton. Ninth Row: William Eaton, Harold Eddleman, Richard Edelblute, William Edelblute, Jane Edgcume, Susan Ed- monds, Judy Elgas, Tom Elia, Bob Elliot. Tenth Row: Bob Elschlager, Karen Elwart, Judy Emmert, Fred Empkie, Susan Ernst, Barbara Ervin, Sonia Ervo, Gary Erwin, Beryl Esmond. Eleventh Row: Roger Esse, Barbara Evans, Alan Ewert. Jeff Fahrner, Larry Farina, Jim Fedak, Dolores Federle. Virginia Ferrell, Roger Fessler. Twelfth Row: Mike Field, Patti Folkmann, Vernette Fol' lett. Robert Forsberg, Robert Frank, Kathie Freeman. Wally Friker, Fredric Froyd, Edward Fundahn. Thirti-enth Row: Diane Gabriel, Richard Gallagher, Jim Gardner, Lee Garr, Anita Gassaway, Oleta Gassaway, Gay Gatke, Judy Gay, Jerry Gehrke. Fourteenth Row: Paul Gehrke, Lorna Geots, Ed Gerber, Roy Germer, Pat Geserick, Pamela Giese, Jim Gladish, Bob Glaser, Jimmy Glidden. ,. l , ily' ,. . 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Second Row: Joselyn Coblenz, Robert Cochran, Edward Cody, Ronald Cokenower, David Cole, Jim Collins, Tony Colosimo, Mercedes Condy, Terry Conner. Third Row: Mike Consoer, Myna Jane Cordaro, Ron Cord.:-s. Carolyn Cordle, Sandy Coursey, Bill Covalsen. Philip Craig, Joyce Crane, Trish Crockett. Fourth Row: Allan Crowe, Bill Cunningham, Robert Vunningham, Sharon Cunningham, Denis Daniels, Patricia Darby, Joan D'Argo, Martha Davidson, Barbara Davis. Fifth Row: Jaequie Davis, Richard Davis, Suzanne Dean. Ed De Busman, Jill Dedering, Madeline De Huszar, Bill Dempewolf, Sandy Densmore, Marge Dethloff, Sixth Row: Allan De Wall, Marianne Diamond, Sally Dickinson, Jon Didriekson, Jim Diehl, Laurie Dieter. William Dietrich, George Dilley, Gloria Dilley, Seventh Row: Dennis Dixon, Charlotte Doan, Martin Doan, Kathryn Dobbins, Sandy Dodds, Ron Dolce, Joann Dormann, Dolores Dornan, Judy Dow. Eighth Row: James Doyle, Dennis Drinkwater, Joan Driscoll, Dennis Dryjanski, Sandy Dungan, Andy Duran. Sandy Dwyer, Ronald East, Lynda Eaton. Ninth Row: William Eaton, Harold Eddleman, Richard Edelblute, William Edelblute, Jane Edgcume, Susan Ed- monds, Judy Elgas, Tom Elia, Bob Elliot. Tenth Row: Bob Elschlager, Karen Elwart, Judy Emmert, Fred Empkie, Susan Ernst, Barbara Ervin, Sonia Ervo, Gary Erwin, Beryl Esmond. Eleventh Row: Roger Esse, Barbara Evans, Alan Ewert. Jeff Fahrner, Larry Farina, Jim Fedak, Dolores Federle. Virginia Ferrell, Roger Fessler. Twelfth Row: Mike Field, Patti Folkmann, Vernette Fol' lett. Robert Forsberg, Robert Frank, Kathie Freeman. Wally Friker, Fredric Froyd, Edward Fundahn. Thirti-enth Row: Diane Gabriel, Richard Gallagher, Jim Gardner, Lee Garr, Anita Gassaway, Oleta Gassaway, Gay Gatke, Judy Gay, Jerry Gehrke. Fourteenth Row: Paul Gehrke, Lorna Geots, Ed Gerber, Roy Germer, Pat Geserick, Pamela Giese, Jim Gladish, Bob Glaser, Jimmy Glidden. ,. l , ily' ,. . ' if ' l ..,, f-42 J ,Jil L f is Q P 2 1 if K if f 1 f- ' ..,, -N ' ' W A , - xt ,til ,, J :gg B if ,QI x ' W A ,' i - ililllll ill . sf X "jr 'af in V K 'E' '1 "'s -V N is f X, N ' M 8 J ' 9 'A f 5 i S ..,, X ' if ' i ' . ' , ' - "' ir 5 -..V: .,:..,,,. QL 4 Q, 1' ' Q ! Juli Q ,S f i M Q V ' I .5 ' r an " . . Q' Q' '21 D , Q P Ilia Higkiva-,, gt, K i . iI'l2'1'!lil' " wwf A i i flf S gg' ' i i, is ' 5 V '-- . 3 ,M 2 Q 4 ,Q .b Q 5 Q , J rt - , '83 " in rg iw .ii 'lk Y x K I li-'I va I 'V . . v, . x , ' - kg" C 'rf I ,4 A al A I, X , AN I . , fri' me 4 , .ff 'yrs iiii-"r 'i j ' ' V . if ' 'Q -' , N -f . 2 ' gi! J '- , . ', Mi - if .4 . ,, K , .wt 4 .3-yi, Mgr: -jx ' , v .,,: , . 4 , ig as 1 f g vlfi ik :NO ,J 1:-I v -lf1,,. ,M D'l,,,,1 .tm ir .,-gw:.as,sezss. 5 are as i Cl 'A at et an 'Y at 1 5 L gi s Ns. E ' K . , w ,fy ," 5 ,l, a.,,,,.,,.,, y. Q. " ' J W A L if 5 H zl' ' W' 'Q A Y 23, . j we , M . ri: ,Zo f . ik . ,.,...,x -Q .. V11 N - A mf 1 ,. ii 'Lwf Ti ' J ' v TY : . I J . S 1 H i -.. , . 5 e ' , ' 3 fp- J .3 . , X . . D -H 1 I K ' H 5 . J' gl ' 'I K f , ,.,, l e f E x 'li1lliali'3 2' A , A .. .R , . QW lun? ,,, ' ,251 ' -1 N ? AWAA5 fs ff Q J' r S -1. - W 'J A' ' f. gigi D if Q3 Z 'Z , v KM' ,,. ' V ' f i K . :' - , H '3 G . J N .gee Q Q S .A if W . rfiff Ql. f , ,i L .X ' 1 - . gi , if , ge, ,B ist S X Q : F ' eszf, ,A 4 w -a. M S Q sm M .. X " f ', Q - L13 " 1 an 4 J , ,A s!Nm3knrf"f: W' I 3 2 ZEN 3 im a? B e,..e:Wi . ' - at I5 . 1- . .x . .NJ . ia - 1 .. 1 " 'ef , sa! S 1 X' W ig ,.. , : , I gqis V ,. J 1 . .. . X M . . . . 'Q-- .. Q . ,1, -s " V "Fr "A' fr ., Q R . if .. f V, .. L., 2 ,',f fa 5, fs. HSS First Row: Diane Glimes, Leah Goedke, Mary Ann Goertz, Georgia Goewey, John Goggin, Oleh Goloskewitsch, June Good, Duke Goodenough, Shane Gorman. Second Row: Michael Gould, Sharron Gould, Jan Gow, Katherine Graham, Keith Grams, Ronald Graves, Sharon Graves, Linda Gray, Claudia Griesbach. Third Row: Melody Griesman, James Griffiths, Pat Grif- fiths, Dee Ann Grove, Joy Gruthusen, Gary Gullett, Bar- bara Gunther, Judy Gustafson, John Gustitus. Fourth Row: Jim Gutzmer, Jaci Haas. Leroy Haas, Dan Haase, Mike Hacker, Denny Hahn, Sandy Halun, Jerry Halverson, Joyce Hamann. Fifth Row: Carol Hampton, Don Hane, Linda Hansel, Bob Hansen, Jim Hansen, Ladonna Harmon, Fred Harper, Stephanie Harris, Barb Hartel. Sixth Row: Don Harting, Pat Hartman, Judy Hartwig, Carol Hausknecht, Sharon Hausler, Jerry Hawkins, Pat Hawkins, Reginald Hawkinson, Tom Haworth. Seventh Row: Marvin Haywood, Jim Hedges, Marge Hef- ley, George Hehnen, Mary Lee Heidemann, Tom Heim- soth, Ginny Heineman, Nancy Hejduk, Gene Helfogt. Eighth Row: Sandra Hendry, Betty Sue Henk, Carole Henseleit, Holly Henseleit, Lee Herbst, Nancy Herbst. Frank Hermes, Sandra Hertlein, Dennis Herzog. Ninth Row: Lois Hetzke, Helen Hightower, Jim Hilden- brand, Carol Hinchliff, Nina Hinrichs, Janet HIPP, Jeff Hitch, Johanne Hodgson, John Hodor. Tenth Row: John Hoffman, Caroline Hoffmann, Kath- leen Hogan, Mike Hogarty, John Holdeman, Doug Holz. Joann Hood, Tom Hood, Pat Hoppock. Eleventh Row: Sue Horbus, Ted Horn, Donna Rae How- ley, Joan Hubbard, Randel Huebner, Don Hulslander, Eileen Hunter, Tim Hunter, Robert Hutchinson. Twelfth Row: Roger Ibbotson, Gail Iversen, Bob Jacob- sen, Janice Jahnke, Nancy Jahnke, Beth Jasper, Larry Jauch. Ken Jennings, Michael Jennings. Thirteenth Row: Bruce Jiede, Barbara Johnson, Glenn Johnson, Karen Johnson, Ken Johnson, Nancy Johnson, Pam Johnston, Bill Jonas, Phyllis Jones. Fourteenth Row: Tom Jones, Barbara Jorgensen, Sue Kappa, Keith Kasen, Barbara Kath, Beryl Keck, Barbara Kehe, Jim Kehe, Jacqueline Kehe. v -lf1,,. ,M D'l,,,,1 .tm it .,-gw:.sa,sezss. 5 are Ev i Cl 'A at et an 'Y at 1 5 L gi s Ns. E ' K . , w ,fy ," 5 ,l, a.,,,,.,,.,, y. Q. " ' J W A L if 5 H zl' ' W' 'Q A Y 23, . j we , M . ri: ,Zo f . ik . ,.,...,x -Q .. V11 N - A mf 1 ,. il 'Lwf Ti ' J ' v TY : . I J . S 1 H i -.. , . 5 e ' , ' 3 fp- J .3 . , X . . D -H 1 I K ' H 5 . J' gl ' 'I K f , ,.,, l e f E x ,maxim 2' A , A .. .R , . QW lun? ,,, ' ,251 ' -1 N ? AWAA5 fs ff Q J' r S -1. - W 'J A' ' f. gigi D at Q3 Z 'Z , v KM' ,,. ' V ' f i K . :' - , X '3 G . J N .gee Q Q S .A ff W . sfiff Ql. f , M L .X ' 1 - . gi , if , ge, ,B ist S X Q : F ' eszf, ,A 4 w -a. M S Q sm M .. X " f ', Q - L13 " 1 an 4 J , ,A s!Nm3knrf"f: W' I 3 2 ZEN 3 im a? B e,..e:Wi . ' - at I5 . 1- . .x . .NJ . - - 1 .. 1 " 'ef , sa! S 1 X' W ig ,.. , : , I gqis V ,. J 1 . .. . X M . . . . 'Q-- .. Q . ,1, -s " V "Fr "A' fr ., Q R . if .. f V, .. L., 2 ,',f fe 5, fs. HSS First Row: Diane Glimes, Leah Goedke, Mary Ann Goertz, Georgia Goewey, John Goggin, Oleh Goloskewitsch, June Good, Duke Goodenough, Shane Gorman. Second Row: Michael Gould, Sharron Gould, Jan Gow, Katherine Graham, Keith Grams, Ronald Graves, Sharon Graves, Linda Gray, Claudia Griesbach. Third Row: Melody Griesman, James Griffiths, Pat Grif- fiths, Dee Ann Grove, Joy Gruthusen, Gary Gullett, Bar- bara Gunther, Judy Gustafson, John Gustitus. Fourth Row: Jim Gutzmer, Jaci Haas. Leroy Haas, Dan Haase, Mike Hacker, Denny Hahn, Sandy Halun, Jerry Halverson, Joyce Hamann. Fifth Row: Carol Hampton, Don Hane, Linda Hansel, Bob Hansen, Jim Hansen, Ladonna Harmon, Fred Harper, Stephanie Harris, Barb Hartel. Sixth Row: Don Harting, Pat Hartman, Judy Hartwig, Carol Hausknecht, Sharon Hausler, Jerry Hawkins, Pat Hawkins, Reginald Hawkinson, Tom Haworth. Seventh Row: Marvin Haywood, Jim Hedges, Marge Hef- ley, George Hehnen, Mary Lee Heidemann, Tom Heim- soth, Ginny Heineman, Nancy Hejduk, Gene Helfogt. Eighth Row: Sandra Hendry, Betty Sue Henk, Carole Henseleit, Holly Henseleit, Lee Herbst, Nancy Herbst. Frank Hermes, Sandra Hertlein, Dennis Herzog. Ninth Row: Lois Hetzke, Helen Hightower, Jim Hilden- brand, Carol Hinchliff, Nina Hinrichs, Janet HIPP, Jeff Hitch, Johanne Hodgson, John Hodor. Tenth Row: John Hoffman, Caroline Hoffmann, Kath- leen Hogan, Mike Hogarty, John Holdeman, Doug Holz. Joann Hood, Tom Hood, Pat Hoppock. Eleventh Row: Sue Horbus, Ted Horn, Donna Rae How- ley, Joan Hubbard, Randel Huebner, Don Hulslander, Eileen Hunter, Tim Hunter, Robert Hutchinson. Twelfth Row: Roger Ibbotson, Gail Iversen, Bob Jacob- sen, Janice Jahnke, Nancy Jahnke, Beth Jasper, Larry Jauch. Ken Jennings, Michael Jennings. Thirteenth Row: Bruce Jiede, Barbara Johnson, Glenn Johnson, Karen Johnson, Ken Johnson, Nancy Johnson, Pam Johnston, Bill Jonas, Phyllis Jones. Fourteenth Row: Tom Jones, Barbara Jorgensen, Sue Kappa, Keith Kasen, Barbara Kath, Beryl Keck, Barbara Kehe, Jim Kehe, Jacqueline Kehe. Cf 7961 First Row: Carol Keio, Dorothy Kieck, Carol Kindler, Nancy Kingsley, Vaughn Kirchoff, Bert Kisselburg, Rob- ert Kist, Marion Kita. Mary Anne Klabe. Second Row: Joan Klamer, Richard Klamer, Tom Kle- ment, Lynda Kline, Sharon Knaack, Mary Knopp, Karen Koeneman, Mike Koenig, Dick Koeppen. Third Row: Ronnie Koeppl, Joyce Korando, Eugene Koz- lowski, Bob Kransberger, Ron Kranz, Violet Kraus, Larry Krause, Dierra Kreider, John Krembs. Fourth Row: Joel Kubik, Thomas Kucharik, Bobby Kueh- nau, Kathie Kuhlman, Duncan Kumbera, Richard Kunz. Terry Kups, Karen Kurth, Carol La Bandt, Fifth Bow: Diane Lake, Al Landinger, Lester Landmeier. Jim Lange, Shirley Lange, Bonnie Langerock, Barbara Lansendorf, Allan Larsen, Nancy Larsen. Sixth Row: Jack Larson, Linda Larson, Ingrid Laschok. George Lass, Kathy Lawler, Doris Lawson, Ellen Lee, Richard Leeper, Linda Lehman. Seventh Row: Dick Lehmann, Jerry Lemke, Ronald Lemke, John Lemme, Karen Lense, Dennis Leonhard., Barb Leonteos, Frances Levesque, Carol Levine. Eighth Row: John Lewis, Karen Lich, Barbara Liesik. Richard Ligon, Margarete Linzer, Karen Lloyd, Barbara Lockwood, Patricia Lee Locy, Stan Loenel. Ninth Row: Marty Long, Steve Lowe, Jeff Louthain, Bon- nie Luby, Karen Lund, Fred Lussow, Arthur Luther, Janice Lytle, Susan MacDonald. Tenth Row: Joyce Maisel, Roger Maitland, Pat Majerus. Betty Malanik, Marabeth Malicki, Dan Malloy, Dale Mal- zahn, Rose Marino, Dick Martin. Eleventh Row: Eugene Martin, David McArdle, Ed Mc- Cabe, Valetta McCann, Linda McClellan, Douglas Mc- Donald, Leslie McDonald, Terry McNulty, Carol McVicker. 'Twelfth Row: David Mears, Janet Meier, Thomas Mer- ritt, Sheryle Mesnard, Evelyn Metz, Lana Metz, Connie Meyer, Jackie Meyer, Beth Michaels. Thirteenth Row: Sylvia Michels, Kenneth Middleton, Bill Miller, Donald Miller, Jerrilynn Miller, Maryann Miller. Peggy Miller, Robert Miller, Terry Miller. Fourteenth Row: Tom Miller, Charles Mills, Jan Miner, Jim Minikel, Eddie Mitchell, Tim Mitchell, Jerome Mittel- steadt, Dean Moehling, Gene Moehling, ,L K W K L .: ., dVkV Sl kky i tim f it s A , , www: ,,, Q MI' ge, f 55 l ' . "'v ' ,' jg, h 0 ii ' J r X i gi - ' V :- 54 I , hy A PD - iii ' His 5 M fn it J f yi 1 lk ,X - . iff? ' P1 v A w zfgvw J ff :wr t f . 1 :vm , e ,Qs m e V h M , we it T +3 ffhlff "i' ., f 3 . 'ff '.': r C fiijt' li IT of , J, ' - alliwlll T . 1 i a a ia-if K ' N i I T e ,. T Wiz? 'ii . 'i i , ,,', X . K ' Y 4 'fm' K Zmmv-... . , -,,,l'1"i53:1fi5i a Vt if Cf 7961 First Row: Carol Keio, Dorothy Kieck, Carol Kindler, Nancy Kingsley, Vaughn Kirchoff, Bert Kisselburg, Rob- ert Kist, Marion Kita. Mary Anne Klabe. Second Row: Joan Klamer, Richard Klamer, Tom Kle- ment, Lynda Kline, Sharon Knaack, Mary Knopp, Karen Koeneman, Mike Koenig, Dick Koeppen. Third Row: Ronnie Koeppl, Joyce Korando, Eugene Koz- lowski, Bob Kransberger, Ron Kranz, Violet Kraus, Larry Krause, Dierra Kreider, John Krembs. Fourth Row: Joel Kubik, Thomas Kucharik, Bobby Kueh- nau, Kathie Kuhlman, Duncan Kumbera, Richard Kunz. Terry Kups, Karen Kurth, Carol La Bandt, Fifth Bow: Diane Lake, Al Landinger, Lester Landmeier. Jim Lange, Shirley Lange, Bonnie Langerock, Barbara Lansendorf, Allan Larsen, Nancy Larsen. Sixth Row: Jack Larson, Linda Larson, Ingrid Laschok. George Lass, Kathy Lawler, Doris Lawson, Ellen Lee, Richard Leeper, Linda Lehman. Seventh Row: Dick Lehmann, Jerry Lemke, Ronald Lemke, John Lemme, Karen Lense, Dennis Leonhard., Barb Leonteos, Frances Levesque, Carol Levine. Eighth Row: John Lewis, Karen Lich, Barbara Liesik. Richard Ligon, Margarete Linzer, Karen Lloyd, Barbara Lockwood, Patricia Lee Locy, Stan Loenel. Ninth Row: Marty Long, Steve Lowe, Jeff Louthain, Bon- nie Luby, Karen Lund, Fred Lussow, Arthur Luther, Janice Lytle, Susan MacDonald. Tenth Row: Joyce Maisel, Roger Maitland, Pat Majerus. Betty Malanik, Marabeth Malicki, Dan Malloy, Dale Mal- zahn, Rose Marino, Dick Martin. Eleventh Row: Eugene Martin, David McArdle, Ed Mc- Cabe, Valetta McCann, Linda McClellan, Douglas Mc- Donald, Leslie McDonald, Terry McNulty, Carol McVicker. 'Twelfth Row: David Mears, Janet Meier, Thomas Mer- ritt, Sheryle Mesnard, Evelyn Metz, Lana Metz, Connie Meyer, Jaekie Meyer, Beth Michaels. Thirteenth Row: Sylvia Michels, Kenneth Middleton, Bill Miller, Donald Miller, Jerrilynn Miller, Maryann Miller. Peggy Miller, Robert Miller, Terry Miller. Fourteenth Row: Tom Miller, Charles Mills, Jan Miner, Jim Minikel, Eddie Mitchell, Tim Mitchell, Jerome Mittel- steadt, Dean Moehling, Gene Moehling, ,L K W K L .: ., dVkV Sl kky i tim f if s A , , www: ,,, Q MI' ge, f 55 J ' . 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'LA ' V 1 .- it ' t , P J x -gif Q A :AI 5, s wa' AAAA A ' . - , AAA f - 1,A - t or Class First Row: David Moore, Terry Moore, Leonard Moravec. Sharon Morgan, Dan Moritz, Joanne Morlock, Bill Morrow, Gary Morton, Tom Mott. Second Row: Sharon Moylan. Cindy Mueller, Richard Mueller, Audrey Mukshirn, Russell Mulligan, Donna Muscia, Jack Mutti, Pam Nagle, Janet Naumes, Third Row: Ginny Naylor, Barbara Nelson, Ron Nelson. Conrad Neumann, John Newhard, Herbert Niemann, Shir- ley Niemeyer, William Ninde, Judith Norman. Fourth Row: Jim Nottke, Donna Marie Novello, Pat O'Brien. Michael O'Connell, Tim O'Gorman, Jim Oldham. Sally Olsen, Hazel Olson, Mary Ann Olson. Fifth Row: Roger Olson. Bernie Olszewski. Bruce O'Neil. Corinne O'Neill. Leslie Orlick, Jose Ortiz, Allan Ostos. Sheila Page, Bill Palmer. Sixth Row: Dick Palmer, James Palmer, Armando Palomo. Marge Palubicki, Judith Papenthien, Kathy Parcell, Beth Paris, Don Parillo, Marcia Pate. Seventh Row: Roger Patton, Earl Peacock, Patty Peck, Joseph Peluso, Sharon Pennington, John Perkins, Jeff Peters, Sue Peters, Jim Petersen, Eighth Row: Lee Ann Petersen, Ann Peterson, Ken Peter- son, Tom Petrosino, Judy Petry, Kenneth Pieper, Darryl Phillips, Susan Plymale, Mary Polluck. Ninth Row: Georgene Poole, Thenoa Popp, David Price. Hermine Putz, Craig Quackenbush, Donna Quigley, Judith Rabe, Lenore Radosti, Beverly Raichert. Tenth Row: Ray Raines, Calvin Rateike, Chuck Rateike, Roger Raupp, Betsy Rayner, Pricilla Read, David Reed. Virginia Remedi, Joan Renner. Eleventh Row: Pauline Renwick, Grace Reynolds, Dennis Rice, Donald Richeson, Tom Richtfort, Donald Riemer. Maureen Rink, Nancy Ristow, Kathie Ritzenthaler. Twelfth Row: Frances Roeck, Beth Roedell, Judith Roeske, Jeff Rogers, Joan Rohlfing, Dennis Ronney, Jim Roozee. Cynthia Rosanova, Loralee Rothenberger. Thirteenth Row: Pat Royer, Dennis Ruckoldt, Jeffrey Rudge, Don Rudolph, Michael Ruhnow, John Rush, Bob Ryan, John Ryan, Barbara Ryan. Fourteenth Row: Sharon Ryan, Jim Ryg, Tom Salken. David Sancraint, George Sande, Shirley Sanders, James Sannes, Marsha Saunders, Bill Sayre. 1.43 ' E 1 ,Q ....... .. ,ew . - QM. -., F ,A 'J , 5, 3' as -A . N M - .Q 1 . X, V ,. iff7 .1 f, ' f V S ' .,,f J gl ' ,.., 4 A A f if ' e f'. K , gi' tk, L, L,, :vr K if P " c lt . A A . , I VV It .... Vk-L K v hi an . - -A , - ..,.. . . . .A ta A .L B f.: f A , ,A , A . , , N ,if W fe 4,-HA A .A A Z , I c f e A ,,. or c 4 . " - +' -ff'-' '-- ' -Q, - In f:.L , - A , U ' I J A. A e .. . l J Ag pg . . , N V A A 1 lam Af- t "- f et AA T' ...A fi " 15 I K iizg h . --it Jr 'F ..,A f A me A . - Af W . , :IP , 3 I. - .H f , A...,. , J- A . , 'm-' 2 ' - f1 . - . '.Q' - A . - A f A"M . it 5 J J ' yv 7 L. i . ' . 'LA ' V 1 .- it ' r , P J x -gif Q A :AI 5, s wa' AAAA A ' . - , AAA f - 1,A - r at Class First Row: David Moore, Terry Moore, Leonard Moravec. Sharon Morgan, Dan Moritz, Joanne Morlock, Bill Morrow, Gary Morton, Tom Mott. Second Row: Sharon Moylan. Cindy Mueller, Richard Mueller, Audrey Mukshirn, Russell Mulligan, Donna Muscia, Jack Mutti, Pam Nagle, Janet Naumes, Third Row: Ginny Naylor, Barbara Nelson, Ron Nelson. Conrad Neumann, John Newhard, Herbert Niemann, Shir- ley Niemeyer, William Ninde, Judith Norman. Fourth Row: Jim Nottke, Donna Marie Novello, Pat O'Brien. Michael O'Connell, Tim O'Gorman, Jim Oldham. Sally Olsen, Hazel Olson, Mary Ann Olson. Fifth Row: Roger Olson. Bernie Olszewski. Bruce O'Neil. Corinne O'Neill. Leslie Orlick, Jose Ortiz, Allan Ostos. Sheila Page, Bill Palmer. Sixth Row: Dick Palmer, James Palmer, Armando Palomo. Marge Palubicki, Judith Papenthien, Kathy Parcell, Beth Paris, Don Parillo, Marcia Pate. Seventh Row: Roger Patton, Earl Peacock, Patty Peck, Joseph Peluso, Sharon Pennington, John Perkins, Jeff Peters, Sue Peters, Jim Petersen, Eighth Row: Lee Ann Petersen, Ann Peterson, Ken Peter- son, Tom Petrosino, Judy Petry, Kenneth Pieper, Darryl Phillips, Susan Plymale, Mary Polluck. Ninth Row: Georgene Poole, Thenoa Popp, David Price. Hermine Putz, Craig Quackenbush, Donna Quigley, Judith Rabe, Lenore Radosti, Beverly Raichert. Tenth Row: Ray Raines, Calvin Rateike, Chuck Rateike, Roger Raupp, Betsy Rayner, Pricilla Read, David Reed. Virginia Remedi, Joan Renner. Eleventh Row: Pauline Renwick, Grace Reynolds, Dennis Rice, Donald Richeson, Tom Richtfort, Donald Riemer. Maureen Rink, Nancy Ristow, Kathie Ritzenthaler. Twelfth Row: Frances Roeck, Beth Roedell, Judith Roeske, Jeff Rogers, Joan Rohlfing, Dennis Ronney, Jim Roozee. Cynthia Rosanova, Loralee Rothenberger. Thirteenth Row: Pat Royer, Dennis Ruckoldt, Jeffrey Rudge, Don Rudolph, Michael Ruhnow, John Rush, Bob Ryan, John Ryan, Barbara Ryan. Fourteenth Row: Sharon Ryan, Jim Ryg, Tom Salken. David Sancraint, George Sande, Shirley Sanders, James Sannes, Marsha Saunders, Bill Sayre. Cf 7967 First Row: Eddie Scanlon. Sharon Scanlon, Gerald Schaef- er, Norman Schaefer, Daniel Schanmier, Kay Scharring' hausen, Barbara Schauffler, Jean Schell, Kathy Schlau. Second Row: Ella Mac Schmidt, Glenn Schmidt, Pat Schmidt, Susan Schmidt, Dorothy Schmoell, Linda Schne- hergcr, Rita Schneider, Dorothy Schons, Diane Schryer. Third Row: Donald Schuler, Arlene Schulmeister, Sandy Schult, Diane Schulze, Milly Schwall, Jerry Schwicgcr, Nancy Scott, Mike Sedlak, Terry Seelenbinder. Fourth Row: Henry Secstedt, Kathy Sellers, Nancy Sct- lik, Carol Scverson, James E. Shaw, Jim S. Shaw, Sandy Shaw, Tom Shea, Donna Shean. Fifth Row: John Shilcy, Katherine Ann Sibilski, Rick Sietmann, Alice Simmonds. Garner Simmons, Harold Si- mondson, Jeannie Sims, Joan Skibbe, Sharon Slinkard. Sixth Row: Nancy Slonek, Cheryl Smith, Clara Smith, David Smith, Harold Smith Seventh Ro w : Peter Snyder, Steve Sorgatz Donald Smith, Donn Smith, Grant Smith, Lynne Smith. Sharon Smith, Tim Smith, Jan Smola, Bonnie Soltz, Roland Soorus, Frank Soprano. Sandra Spiczak. fewfaeli Eighth Row: Jim Spinello, Chuck Staral, David Steegstra. Virginia Steel, Kathy Stctanik, Barbara Sterbenz, Richard Sternbenz, Carol Sternberg, Sharon Stewart. Ninth Row: Prlsca Stiarwalt, Carol Stigger, Scott Streh- low, Jeanette Stromberg, Judy Stuart, Sandra Stump, Ron- ald Suehomski, Burma Suhr, Bruce Sullivan. Tenth Row: Donald Sundvald. Barbara Swanson, Bob Swanson, Dennis Sydow, Val Syms, Edward Sypniewski, Thomas Szymanszek, Charlotte Talo, Mary Kay Tamulis. Eleventh Row: Ronald Tatar, Jacky Taylor, Karen Taylor, Al Templln, Diane Thackery, Pat Themer, Tommy Thiele, Gary Thomas, Bill Thompson. Twelfth Row: Donna Thompson, Sandy Thompson, Wayne Thompson, Natalie Thoms, Dolores Thon, Mark Thorne, Dlane Thorsen, Karen Thorsen, Janice Threadgill. Thirteenth Row: John Thurman, Elaine Thwreatt, Charles Tomanek, Carole Tompkins, Jean Tonn, Carolyn Tracy, Norman Trampf, Shari Trembert, Janet Trevcr. Fourteenth Row: Denny Troha, Les Truelsen, Michelle Tuchten, Richard Tuegel, Nick Tuttle, James Ungaro, Gail Urban, Tom Valenzo, Pat Vanderhoeven. .4 Rl ami.. ,4 uv A s i, M, 4 M A - Y E -1 K, t - ,V M , ,.., at f , , 41 -., J ' 4 . 1 ' ' L Es - i "' ' . . ,Q t-' ' .. X Nc! 1 . IS .as it ' 'Z?fWi5 ?f?llzi? ' ' . 4 , , . Ai - I 'fi ' ,, -' ,, x , s T I f , , ,,g,N ' A A KL 'p g .L fiifj V- I A 1 I 3 ' 1 V.,: 5 i a E A 44 5 1 - 55 t A ' ,. U, , , ' f' if 1' ,lf ,..- AI 5-T V, xt ,lf . J 1 . A 4 ii, by 9' 1 'F' -E 6 .Ef I ' an gf' , 1- A i ps. . - 2 A' I Y . -+- s X N , V , Ai. ,I ,,,-'t V vi , if 3 T GLM! ,. r . "s', " T . X ,iz i ., K ,.,:,7j,5 ,. 'i A I ' X 2 . 5' if 'Z' A " . J 'Li will ,. V V' Jig .ff :gi c fi J" 'V Q. K I A Y ,te s NJ 'Xi ,.,. ar' - 5 5 ' ,. " ew H LZ? '-'11 sv 'Q ,, , nw, , as , l "tX.V -.as,lQ, .-iY J -41 -L Q' . iw? . , gre- y S QV . . V if ,' A .eg , 1. -' z T 'A-it va 'W' f, 4- .,,,, AX A N6 1 A 'bfi ixwllw 'KE or Maw W: i f xm - I V- """',.,, .iff 5 ? J , ji """""""""' T . 4 it A t E5 4 ' Q J E W U? 'fi' I w 115 I e if A + X Cf 7967 First Row: Eddie Scanlon. Sharon Scanlon, Gerald Schaef- er, Norman Schaefer, Daniel Schanmier, Kay Scharring' hausen, Barbara Schauffler, Jean Schell, Kathy Schlau. Second Row: Ella Mac Schmidt, Glenn Schmidt, Pat Schmidt, Susan Schmidt, Dorothy Schmoell, Linda Schne- hergcr, Rita Schneider, Dorothy Schons, Diane Schryer. Third Row: Donald Schuler, Arlene Schulmeister, Sandy Schult, Diane Schulze, Milly Schwall, Jerry Schwicgcr, Nancy Scott, Mike Sedlak, Terry Seelenbinder. Fourth Row: Henry Secstedt, Kathy Sellers, Nancy Sct- lik, Carol Scverson, James E. Shaw, Jim S. Shaw, Sandy Shaw, Tom Shea, Donna Shean. Fifth Row: John Shilcy, Katherine Ann Sibilski, Rick Sietmann, Alice Simmonds. Garner Simmons, Harold Si- mondson, Jeannie Sims, Joan Skibbe, Sharon Slinkard. Sixth Row: Nancy Slonek, Cheryl Smith, Clara Smith, David Smith, Harold Smith Seventh Ro w : Peter Snyder, Steve Sorgatz Donald Smith, Donn Smith, Grant Smith, Lynne Smith. Sharon Smith, Tim Smith, Jan Smola, Bonnie Soltz, Roland Soorus, Frank Soprano. Sandra Spiczak. fewfaeli Eighth Row: Jim Spinello, Chuck Staral, David Steegstra. Virginia Steel, Kathy Stctanik, Barbara Sterbenz, Richard Sternbenz, Carol Sternberg, Sharon Stewart. Ninth Row: Prlsca Stiarwalt, Carol Stigger, Scott Streh- low, Jeanette Stromberg, Judy Stuart, Sandra Stump, Ron- ald Suehomski, Burma Suhr, Bruce Sullivan. Tenth Row: Donald Sundvald. Barbara Swanson, Bob Swanson, Dennis Sydow, Val Syms, Edward Sypniewski, Thomas Szymanszek, Charlotte Talo, Mary Kay Tamulis. Eleventh Row: Ronald Tatar, Jacky Taylor, Karen Taylor, Al Templln, Diane Thackery, Pat Themer, Tommy Thiele, Gary Thomas, Bill Thompson. Twelfth Row: Donna Thompson, Sandy Thompson, Wayne Thompson, Natalie Thoms, Dolores Thon, Mark Thorne, Dlane Thorsen, Karen Thorsen, Janice Threadgill. Thirteenth Row: John Thurman, Elaine Thwreatt, Charles Tomanek, Carole Tompkins, Jean Tonn, Carolyn Tracy, Norman Trampf, Shari Trembert, Janet Trevcr. Fourteenth Row: Denny Troha, Les Truelsen, Michelle Tuchten, Richard Tuegel, Nick Tuttle, James Ungaro, Gail Urban, Tom Valenzo, Pat Vanderhoeven. .4 Rl ami.. ,4 uv A s i, M, 4 M A - Y E -1 K, t - ,V M , ,.., at f , , 41 -., J ' 4 . 1 ' ' L Es - i "' ' . . ,Q t-' ' .. X Nc! 1 . IS .as it ' 'Z?fWi5 ?f?llzi? ' ' . 4 , , . Ai - I 'fi ' ,, -' ,, x , s T I f , , ,,g,N ' A A KL 'p ei .L fiifj V- I A 1 I 3 ' 1 V.,: 5 i a E A 44 5 1 - 55 t A ' ,. U, , , ' f' if 1' ,lf ,..- AI 5-T V, xt ,lf . J 1 . A 4 ii, by 9' 1 'F' -E 6 .Ef I ' an gf' , 1- A i ps. . - 2 A' I Y . -+- s X N , V , Ai. ,I ,,,-'t V vi , if 3 T GLM! ,. r . "s', " T . X ,iz i ., K ,.,:,7j,5 ,. 'i A I ' X 2 . 5' if 'Z' A " . J 'Li will ,. V V' Jig .ff :gi c fi J" 'V Q. K I A Y ,te s NJ 'Xi ,.,. ar' - 5 5 ' ,. " ew H LZ? '-'11 sv 'Q ,, , nw, , as , l "tX.V -.as,lQ, .-iY J -41 -L Q' . iw? . , gre- y S QV . . V if ,' A .eg , 1. -' z T 'A-it va 'W' f, 4- .,,,, AX A N6 1 A 'bfi ixwllw 'KE or Maw W: i f xm - I V- """',.,, .iff 5 ? J , ji """""""""' T . 4 it A t E5 4 ' Q J E W U? 'fi' I w 115 I e if A + X 'E e we it f Fw Q ' , . . as it ft, Ji 9 .. - , gg K is 9' 2 fix 2, Ivy., Q... V'-if, Q rsh ei 6 .ls A ii 5.7 a , -ggi' ,KE M g "My worm has fifty-five segments! How many does yours have ?" was a question frequently heard from fresh- men the day that the biology classes received their needles, scissors, and pans to begin dissecting worms. This much- talked-about project, dissecting both worms and frogs, was the highlight of the year for the freshman biology classes. Besides biology one year of mathematics is required. Some freshmen chose to enter the world of Xxy, exponents, and binominals in algebra, while others decided to add seem- 34 V25 Wflen First Row: Harry Van Dyke, Tom Van Jacobs, Susan Vannier, Judie Van Wakeman, Judy Verheeck, Don Vick- ery, Art Virta, Joann Vlock, Keith Voigt. Second Row: Rickie Von Kutzleben. Valorie Vorhees, Nancy Voss, John Wade, Cheri Waggoner. Warren Wahl. Bob Waldron, Joyce Waldrop, Sandra Walinski. Third Row: Stephen Walker, Grant Wallhoff, John Wall- rich, Richard Walsh, Warren Walter, Jeanie Ward, Pam Warfield, Ann Warren, Helen Warren. Fourth Row: Bruce Watkins, Allen Webb, Bob Weber, Cynthia Weidner. Donna Weimer, David Weinrich, Carol Weiser, Phillip Weiss, Patty Welsh. Fifth Row: Robert Wemheuer, Pat Wenkau, Georgianne Wesler, Kathy Wessling, Geraldine West, Barb Westberg. Barbara Westfahl, Richard Wetzel, David Whitaker. Sixth Row: Dru White, James Whitesel, Pamela Whit- low, Sally Wichman, Clybon VVickstrom, Andrew Widzisz. Donna Wiederhold, Ronald Wier, Charlotte Wiggins. Seventh Row: Wayne Wilkans, Verna Wilkins, Ron Wil- kinson, Gerry Wille, John Wille, Nancy Willer, Karen Williams, Mike Williams, Carole Willis. Eighth Bow: Jim Winiarski, Beverley Winkler, John Wirman, Judy Wistar, Susan Withey, Herman Witt, Ray Witteck, Rozanne Wittek, Dick Wolden. Ninth Row: Dean Wollin, Dale Wolter, Terry Wood, Lu- cille Wrenn, Lynn Wright, Kris Wrysinski, Barbara Yourzgren, Bill Zadel, Gail Ziel. Tenth Row: David Zietz, Carol Zimmerman. ingly endless columns of numbers in general math. All freshmen were also required to take either English or core. In addition to required courses several electives were offered to freshmen-home economics for the domestic- minded girl, art for the creative student, and shop for the handy boy. Such expressions as, 'iMerci, Mademoiselle," "Muchas gracias, Senoritaf' "Tibi gratum dabo," and "Danke, Fraulein," were often heard in the halls of PHS from students in other elective courses-foreign languages. "E e we it f Fw Q ' , . . as it ft, Ji 9 .. - , gg K is 9' 2 fix 2, Ivy., Q... V'-if, Q rsh ei 6 .ls A ii 5.7 a , -ggi' ,KE M g "My worm has fifty-five segments! How many does yours have ?" was a question frequently heard from fresh- men the day that the biology classes received their needles, scissors, and pans to begin dissecting worms. This much- talked-about project, dissecting both worms and frogs, was the highlight of the year for the freshman biology classes. Besides biology one year of mathematics is required. Some freshmen chose to enter the world of Xxy, exponents, and binominals in algebra, while others decided to add seem- 34 V25 Wflen First Row: Harry Van Dyke, Tom Van Jacobs, Susan Vannier, Judie Van Wakeman, Judy Verheeck, Don Vick- ery, Art Virta, Joann Vlock, Keith Voigt. Second Row: Rickie Von Kutzleben. Valorie Vorhees, Nancy Voss, John Wade, Cheri Waggoner. Warren Wahl. Bob Waldron, Joyce Waldrop, Sandra Walinski. Third Row: Stephen Walker, Grant Wallhoff, John Wall- rich, Richard Walsh, Warren Walter, Jeanie Ward, Pam Warfield, Ann Warren, Helen Warren. Fourth Row: Bruce Watkins, Allen Webb, Bob Weber, Cynthia Weidner. Donna Weimer, David Weinrich, Carol Weiser, Phillip Weiss, Patty Welsh. Fifth Row: Robert Wemheuer, Pat Wenkau, Georgianne Wesler, Kathy Wessling, Geraldine West, Barb Westberg. Barbara Westfahl, Richard Wetzel, David Whitaker. Sixth Row: Dru White, James Whitesel, Pamela Whit- low, Sally Wichman, Clybon VVickstrom, Andrew Widzisz. Donna Wiederhold, Ronald Wier, Charlotte Wiggins. Seventh Row: Wayne Wilkans, Verna Wilkins, Ron Wil- kinson, Gerry Wille, John Wille, Nancy Willer, Karen Williams, Mike Williams, Carole Willis. Eighth Bow: Jim Winiarski, Beverley Winkler, John Wirman, Judy Wistar, Susan Withey, Herman Witt, Ray Witteck, Rozanne Wittek, Dick Wolden. Ninth Row: Dean Wollin, Dale Wolter, Terry Wood, Lu- cille Wrenn, Lynn Wright, Kris Wrysinski, Barbara Yourzgren, Bill Zadel, Gail Ziel. Tenth Row: David Zietz, Carol Zimmerman. ingly endless columns of numbers in general math. All freshmen were also required to take either English or core. In addition to required courses several electives were offered to freshmen-home economics for the domestic- minded girl, art for the creative student, and shop for the handy boy. Such expressions as, 'iMerci, Mademoiselle," "Muchas gracias, Senoritaf' "Tibi gratum dabo," and "Danke, Fraulein," were often heard in the halls of PHS from students in other elective courses-foreign languages. "If Lhrvc fcct cqual one inch then five feet equal one and Lwo-thirds inches." Freshman boys learn to draw ohjl-cts to scale in mechanical drawing. Sight-loss studcnt, Bow-rly Bakr-r, uscs a piccc of the spocial 4-quipmcnt that is providr-d for the blind sludf-nts by the high school system. ix gy V . E 1 . I Qs, V aio ' a E Ea . ,ag , Q .F , ,,V,,.,w-1P'T'f , 5. A-ILE, '1 'fkzflff "Et tu Brute!" and a miniature Roman house are modorn of an anrriont culture intern-sting Linda Burke and Mary From the point of a woll-sharpcnod pcnc-il come-s a mast:-r rcmnnnts 'Vamul is. pic-vo hy a Prospect High art student, Norman Bn-ndvll, making likc Michclangolo. 35 "If Lhrvc fcct cqual one inch then five feet equal one and Lwo-thirds inches." 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Q ...Q M u ,,.. l 1 ff X X 'W oPAomores Sfelo Odgouf I.7Z1eir nsiness "XN'v'i't- tht: lwst class yt.-t." the first, lint: ol' tht' sopho- niorm- class song, aCc'uratt-ly clt-scriht-cl thc' sophoniorcs' lt-t-lungs. lfor tht-ni tht' yvar was parkvcl with lnn, nit-nt, and also a lot ol work. Cxcitv- 'l'hv sophoniorr-s lt-ll into tht- spirit ol' Honit-roining with tht-ir crt-po papt-r, napkins, and original ic lvas to t'Illt'l'g4' with a st'c'oncl plan- lloat, "Cards Kvvp Adding 'lint Up." Still hllvtl with pvp and vigor lroni Honim-connng, tht- nw sophoniorvs lwgan prt-parations lor thvir clant'm', thc .Spitt- nik Spinfl 'l'o tht- proniist- ol' lin-ly, whirling innsif. tht- n fnrls in school had a c'hanc't' to choose- thvir clatvs, as tht- "Spntnik-Spinn was a turn-alvont. 'l'ht- clanvc, clt'c'oratt-cl with Illllllillllll' Spntniks, was a lmig slime-ss. Alta-r Christnias vacation tht' class plnngt-cl onct- again into harcl work as it lx-gan to prvpart' its talvnt Show xkit, which t'ontrihntt-tl ninth to tht- sliow. Thi- sophoniort-s kt-pt np tht-ir lint- spirit all vvar. vagvrly giving the-ir lull snpport to tht- lrosh-soph IPZIIIIS. ln 1-oniir'c'tion with tht- g2llIlt'S tht-y also had s1'vc'i'al foot- hall and ll1lSlit'llJ2llll'UIli'l'SSl0llS. ln hack ol all tht- inn, spirit, anal work was tht- rx- m't't1tix'r' lmranfli ol tht' Class livaclvcl hx' llrnft- l'ic'htt', prvsi- tlvnt. Assisting hint wvrt- Sin- Wlliitt-ly, vicv prvsiclvntg Nancy Mciloinh, st-c'rt'tai'y: and Marin- Martin, trt'asnrt-r. Soplioinnrv lt-actors Nam-y Mtrfonih, Suv Wliitvlt-y, Marist Mart in, John Milli-r. ami lirnvt- Fit-litv look toward tht- bright futuru of tht-lr vlass. Sixth Row: John Miller, Warrvn Myors, Kathy Mat-t'arthy, Ron Barnes, Miss Craig, Mr. Cashun, l-'ran Brust-atu, Fifth Row: John Kocstor. Bruvv LaV0au, Kurt Zimmerman, Kun Evvnson, Ralph Ibbotson. Fourth Row: Joan VVolf, Mary Prvnnor, lit-tsy Cas- tlc, Nanvy Rydherg, Donna Dubs. Third Row: Dali- Goblt-, Marilyn Nelson, Barb Bradlu, Karen Svhwallor. Second Row: Lynn We-ht-r, Jan Jordon, Mario Martin, Nancy Mt-Comb, Linda llanson. First Row: Sue Bell, Kathy Dame-row, .Ioanniv Gutru, Sui- Whitvlt-y. Pat Shcrvoy. 37 oPAomores Sfelo Odgouf I.7Z1eir nsiness "XN'v'i't- tht: lwst class yt.-t." the first, lint: ol' tht' sopho- niorm- class song, aCc'uratt-ly clt-scriht-cl thc' sophoniorcs' lt-t-lungs. lfor tht-ni tht' yvar was parkvcl with lnn, nit-nt, and also a lot ol work. Cxcitv- 'l'hv sophoniorr-s lt-ll into tht- spirit ol' Honit-roining with tht-ir crt-po papt-r, napkins, and original ic lvas to t'Illt'l'g4' with a st'c'oncl plan- lloat, "Cards Kvvp Adding 'lint Up." Still hllvtl with pvp and vigor lroni Honim-connng, tht- nw sophoniorvs lwgan prt-parations lor thvir clant'm', thc .Spitt- nik Spinfl 'l'o tht- proniist- ol' lin-ly, whirling innsif. tht- n fnrls in school had a c'hanc't' to choose- thvir clatvs, as tht- "Spntnik-Spinn was a turn-alvont. 'l'ht- clanvc, clt'c'oratt-cl with Illllllillllll' Spntniks, was a lmig slime-ss. Alta-r Christnias vacation tht' class plnngt-cl onct- again into harcl work as it lx-gan to prvpart' its talvnt Show xkit, which t'ontrihntt-tl ninth to tht- sliow. Thi- sophoniort-s kt-pt np tht-ir lint- spirit all vvar. vagvrly giving the-ir lull snpport to tht- lrosh-soph IPZIIIIS. ln 1-oniir'c'tion with tht- g2llIlt'S tht-y also had s1'vc'i'al foot- hall and ll1lSlit'llJ2llll'UIli'l'SSl0llS. ln hack ol all tht- inn, spirit, anal work was tht- rx- m't't1tix'r' lmranfli ol tht' Class livaclvcl hx' llrnft- l'ic'htt', prvsi- tlvnt. Assisting hint wvrt- Sin- Wlliitt-ly, vicv prvsiclvntg Nancy Mciloinh, st-c'rt'tai'y: and Marin- Martin, trt'asnrt-r. Soplioinnrv lt-actors Nam-y Mtrfonih, Suv Wliitvlt-y, Marist Mart in, John Milli-r. ami lirnvt- Fit-litv look toward tht- bright futuru of tht-lr vlass. Sixth Row: John Miller, Warrvn Myors, Kathy Mat-t'arthy, Ron Barnes, Miss Craig, Mr. Cashun, l-'ran Brust-atu, Fifth Row: John Kocstor. Bruvv LaV0au, Kurt Zimmerman, Kun Evvnson, Ralph Ibbotson. Fourth Row: Joan VVolf, Mary Prvnnor, lit-tsy Cas- tlc, Nanvy Rydherg, Donna Dubs. Third Row: Dali- Goblt-, Marilyn Nelson, Barb Bradlu, Karen Svhwallor. Second Row: Lynn We-ht-r, Jan Jordon, Mario Martin, Nancy Mt-Comb, Linda llanson. First Row: Sue Bell, Kathy Dame-row, .Ioanniv Gutru, Sui- Whitvlt-y. Pat Shcrvoy. 37 Q: H Q 255 . W " P 1. v 4 J. ' . F ,e I B Class First Row: Jim Addy, David Adkins, Billy Allen, Mary Allison, Donald Alongi, Dennis Altergott, Jack Anderson, Karen Anderson, Nancy Anderson. Second Row: Pat Anderson, Richard Anderson, Ron An- derson, Sandra Anderson, William Andrew, Dave Angus, Wes Anson, Bernard Austin, Bruce Bachar. Third Row: Don Ballou, Sandy Ballou, Janet Banach. Richard Bardach, Kurt Barker, Rosemary Barry, Vince Bartle, Carole Bartman, Jerry Baumann. Fourth Row: Dianne Baumet, Carol Bayne. John Beck- man, Fred Bedford, Marcy Beigel, Sue Bell, Alan Bene- vich, Bill Bennett, David Bennett. Fifth Row: Mike Ber, Andy Berg, Bette Berg, Bob Berg. Louise Berge, Tom Bergstrom, Terry Berndt, Doug Bern- gen, Steve Bertok. Sixth Row: Carol Berthold, Phil Bertsch, Karen Best, Mary Ellen Best, Carla Betts, Charles Bialo, Robert Bialo. Harry Bierma, Melanie Bill. Seventh Row: Phyllis Bischof, Jim Blake, Don Blomquist, Alan Blum, Penny Boeche, Dusty Boekhoff, Dennis Bol- llger, Robert Bollmann, Phyllis Bonin. Eighth Row: Laurene Borg, George Bork, Carol Boscamp. Carol Bott, Bonnie Bracken, Barb Bradle, Lee Bradley, Tom Branham, Carl Brandon. Ninth Row: Lorraine Brennan, Joanne Brinke, Dorothy Broege, Harley Brovant, Diane Brown, Richard Brown. Glynn Brownell. Robert Bruhn, James Brunberg, Tenth Row: Joyce Brunner, Frances Bruscato, Robert Bryant, Mary Ellen Bryngelson, Richard Buckley, Gerilyn Bugielski, Laura Bunn, Russell Bunn, Patricia Burditt. Eleventh Row: Doug Burgess, Barb Burke, Judy Burke, Virginia Burnett, Gloria Busse, Jay Busse, Karen Busse, Pat Busse, Sandra Busse. Twelfth Row: Bob Byers, Carole Caglc, Pat Cairns, Tom Callans, Jerry Campbell, Joe Cangelosi, Al Carlson, Carole Carrozza, Diane Cary. Thirteenth Row: Tom Cashin, Betsy Castle, Tod Cervenka, Bill Chalmers, Bob Choporis, Ron Christ, Neil Christianson. Tom Christiansen, Lynn Christopherson. Fourteenth Row: Carol Clancy, Jeff Clark, Sue Clark. Tom R. Clark, Tom Clark, Dick Clarke, Mike Clements, Beverly Clemmons, Linda Close. Q: H Q 255 . W " P 1. v 4 J. ' . F ,e I B Class First Row: Jim Addy, David Adkins, Billy Allen, Mary Allison, Donald Alongi, Dennis Altergott, Jack Anderson, Karen Anderson, Nancy Anderson. Second Row: Pat Anderson, Richard Anderson, Ron An- derson, Sandra Anderson, William Andrew, Dave Angus, Wes Anson, Bernard Austin, Bruce Bachar. Third Row: Don Ballou, Sandy Ballou, Janet Banach. Richard Bardach, Kurt Barker, Rosemary Barry, Vince Bartle, Carole Bartman, Jerry Baumann. Fourth Row: Dianne Baumet, Carol Bayne. John Beck- man, Fred Bedford, Marcy Beigel, Sue Bell, Alan Bene- vich, Bill Bennett, David Bennett. Fifth Row: Mike Ber, Andy Berg, Bette Berg, Bob Berg. Louise Berge, Tom Bergstrom, Terry Berndt, Doug Bern- gen, Steve Bertok. Sixth Row: Carol Berthold, Phil Bertsch, Karen Best, Mary Ellen Best, Carla Betts, Charles Bialo, Robert Bialo. Harry Bierma, Melanie Bill. Seventh Row: Phyllis Bischof, Jim Blake, Don Blomquist, Alan Blum, Penny Boeche, Dusty Boekhoff, Dennis Bol- liger, Robert Bollmann, Phyllis Bonin. Eighth Row: Laurene Borg, George Bork, Carol Boscamp. Carol Bott, Bonnie Bracken, Barb Bradle, Lee Bradley, Tom Branham, Carl Brandon. Ninth Row: Lorraine Brennan, Joanne Brinke, Dorothy Broege, Harley Brovant, Diane Brown, Richard Brown. Glynn Brownell. Robert Bruhn, James Brunberg, Tenth Row: Joyce Brunner, Frances Bruscato, Robert Bryant, Mary Ellen Bryngelson, Richard Buckley, Gerilyn Bugielski, Laura Bunn, Russell Bunn, Patricia Burditt. Eleventh Row: Doug Burgess, Barb Burke, Judy Burke, Virginia Burnett, Gloria Busse, Jay Busse, Karen Busse, Pat Busse, Sandra Busse. Twelfth Row: Bob Byers, Carole Caglc, Pat Cairns, Tom Callans, Jerry Campbell, Joe Cangelosi, Al Carlson, Carole Carrozza, Diane Cary. Thirteenth Row: Tom Cashin, Betsy Castle, Tod Cervenka, Bill Chalmers, Bob Choporis, Ron Christ, Neil Christianson. Tom Christiansen, Lynn Christopherson. Fourteenth Row: Carol Clancy, Jeff Clark, Sue Clark. Tom R. Clark, Tom Clark, Dick Clarke, Mike Clements, Beverly Clemmons, Linda Close. ,f 7960 First Row: Lois Coert, Ann Coey, Jay Coffey, Lynne Coleman, Connie Colllngnon, Terry Collins, Stephen Colvin, Carol Condon, .Judy Conroy. Sei-ond Row: Toni Conroy, Nancy Cook, Kathleen Cooper, Jean Corbett, Jan Costa, Jackie Crane, Diane Creamer, John Crellin, Betsy Creviston. Third Row: Phil Cueinotta, Eugene Dahlquist. Sue Daily, Kathryn Damerow, Dawn Davis, Michele Davis, Walker Davis, Darlene Dax, Yvonne Dc-Busman. Fourth Row: Russell Delong, Patricia Dettmann, Dan D1-Wilde, David DeWilde, Bob Diens, Roger Dierking. Barb Dixon, Lucky Dodge, James Dormann. Fifth Row: Dotty Dotts, Ken Dougan, Ken Draganske, Karen Drewes, Richard Duenn, Donna, Dubs, Michael Dundy, Beverly Dungan, James Dunsmore. sixth Row: Dee Dyson, Franke Eaton, Bob Ebel, Karen Eberhardt, John Eichelberg, Barbara Erickson, John Er- lander, 'Ferry Ernst, Newell Esmond. Seventh Row: Ralph Evans, Joyce Faulstick, Thomas Fe- gan, David Ferrara, Sharon Ferris, Bruce Fiehte, Joy Fieder, Robert Finger, Nita Fischer. Eighth Row: Bonnie Fisher, Frank Fitzgerald, Terry Fitzpatrick, Carol Follett, Rose Folwarske, Linda Fonfara. Lawrence Fors, Glenn Forster, Pat Foster. Ninth Row: Ronald Franzen, Chantal Frawley, Grant Freeding, Elaine Freeman, Jeff Freier, Allen Freitag. Carol Friel, Ron Friend, Sheila Frink. Tenth Row: Judith Fruehling, Diane Fugate, Bill Gabriel. Doren Galandak, Pat Galowiteh, Gay Gardner, Sharon Garliseli, Dennis Garofolo, Howard Garrison. Eleventh Row: Dave Gates, Bob Gay, George Geane. Leonard Geller, Ron Genisio, Tom Geouiris, Kathie George, Fred Gerlaeh, Don Getts. Twelfth Row: Tony Gerveeke, Donna Geiseke, Edward Glaeser, Richard Glass, Chuck Glassie, Linda Glassie, Bonnie Glover, Robert Glover, Dale Goble. Thirteenth Row: Richard Goeltz, Dorothy Goettsche, Carl Graf, Thomas Graham, Judith Gramlt, Marie Grandt, Ed Grapes, Judy Greenaere, Richard Grimm. Fourteenth Row: Dianne Gromek, Doreen Gromek, Alan Grotefend, Nikki Ellen Guarriello, Darryl Gundach, Adoline Gust, Phillip Gustafson, Jeanne Gutru, Bill Hahn riehter. Qi 'K a 'f 4 -i N' " fri? f 'vie' Aff. an " l il? if Eg? fo 4 A foo, W1 E, , E. .. 1 I ,Qi 1' '57 I l "ga v v-4 -Q .,,,,., f Mm- . A A -km ,, lllftifw "" ' ' MCT' f ' y K A -,Magi i r h X a aafa F'w awww, le r , . y , ' f I :Ill R 4 A A VR 4 K ., ,':. sd' ,, J ,M . , . 1" - W , A , aw 'F .J J 1 if Qf. il fr I' M, . i f . ' w. J P V , in L J 'if-i"'T W le" f C A 'rs 'S - fit'..'L:x-l A - A I ti. -1 yn -,G Q V A :M -. xii lg ! K ' A of , I .. Q24 W " :M ,M A " 1,4 I H 1' . rf if ,, S K V4 I-ir. 2 ,gf K ,L Ib f :L ng 1 W is K f ,ii L. i m l. " X 4'-. Ui il . ei 53 1 ,-Q'e Q 1. - it Q iii f i t J 4 -':" - "i D f if i - l ' ,f 7960 First Row: Lois Coert, Ann Coey, Jay Coffey, Lynne Coleman, Connie Colllngnon, Terry Collins, Stephen Colvin, Carol Condon, .Judy Conroy. Sei-ond Row: Tom Conroy, Nancy Cook, Kathleen Cooper, Jean Corbett, Jan Costa, Jackie Crane, Diane Creamer, John Crellin, Betsy Creviston. Third Row: Phil Cueinotta, Eugene Dahlquist. Sue Daily, Kathryn Damerow, Dawn Davis, Michele Davis, Walker Davis, Darlene Dax, Yvonne Dc-Busman. Fourth Row: Russell Delong, Patricia Dettmann, Dan D1-Wilde, David DeWilde, Bob Diens, Roger Dierking. Barb Dixon, Lucky Dodge, James Dormann. Fifth Row: Dotty Dotts, Ken Dougan, Ken Draganske, Karen Drewes, Richard Duenn, Donna, Dubs, Michael Dundy, Beverly Dungan, James Dunsmore. sixth Row: Dee Dyson, Franke Eaton, Bob Ebel, Karen Eberhardt, John Eichelberg, Barbara Erickson, John Er- lander, 'Ferry Ernst, Newell Esmond. Seventh Row: Ralph Evans, Joyce Faulstick, Thomas Fe- gan, David Ferrara, Sharon Ferris, Bruce Fiehte, Joy Fieder, Robert Finger, Nita Fischer. Eighth Row: Bonnie Fisher, Frank Fitzgerald, Terry Fitzpatrick, Carol Follett, Rose Folwarske, Linda Fonfara. Lawrence Fors, Glenn Forster, Pat Foster. Ninth Row: Ronald Franzen, Chantal Frawley, Grant Freeding, Elaine Freeman, Jeff Freier, Allen Freitag. Carol Friel, Ron Friend, Sheila Frink. Tenth Row: Judith Fruehling, Diane Fugate, Bill Gabriel. Doren Galandak, Pat Galowiteh, Gay Gardner, Sharon Garliseli, Dennis Garofolo, Howard Garrison. Eleventh Row: Dave Gates, Bob Gay, George Geane. Leonard Geller, Ron Genisio, Tom Geouiris, Kathie George, Fred Gerlaeh, Don Getts. Twelfth Row: Tony Gerveeke, Donna Geiseke, Edward Glaeser, Richard Glass, Chuck Glassie, Linda Glassie, Bonnie Glover, Robert Glover, Dale Goble. Thirteenth Row: Richard Goeltz, Dorothy Goettsche, Carl Graf, Thomas Graham, Judith Gramlt, Marie Grandt, Ed Grapes, Judy Greenaere, Richard Grimm. Fourteenth Row: Dianne Gromek, Doreen Gromek, Alan Grotefend, Nikki Ellen Guarriello, Darryl Gundach, Adoline Gust, Phillip Gustafson, Jeanne Gutru, Bill Hahn riehter. Qi 'K a 'f 4 -i N' " fri? f 'vie' Aff. an " l il? if Eg? fo 4 A foo, W1 E, , E. .. 1 I ,Qi 1' '57 I l "ga v v-4 -Q .,,,,., f Mm- . A A -km ,, lllftifw "" ' ' MCT' f ' y K A -,Magi i r h X a aafa F'w awww, le r , . y , ' f I :Ill R 4 A A VR 4 K ., ,':. sd' ,, J ,M . , . 1" - W , A , aw 'F .J J 1 if Qf. il fr I' M, . i f . ' w. J P V , in L J 'if-i"'T W le" f C A 'rs 'S - fit'..'L:x-l A - A I ti. -1 yn -,G Q V A :M -. xii lg ! K ' A of , I .. Q24 W " :M ,M A " 1,4 I H 1' . rf if ,, S K V4 I-ir. 2 ,gf K ,L Ib f :L ng 1 W is K f ,ii L. i m l. " X 4'-. Ui il . ei 53 1 ,-Q'e Q 1. - it Q iii f i t J 4 -':" - "i D f if i - l ' x,- Q' a F if if J J' 'ff af .. . - 4. lf' at t H , , , or , Q at F L I 5 ., 55122 : icy , . ,-, t X A . ff- 7 - , . ' xii Q if 5 J ,Q . ' tl, W" ' xx .N In W J I . , . N .-3 4, .L ' J int X' was P-' A f v E- a ,, , I- ss Lf L J I J A kzr- , ig .. , 9 H et: I "earn slug 'J xii Q Q qu, , 555' TZ X Si MW ig ,Wi E55 ff F a s if Ei WP 2 , 3 If Lagb as .b:4 is ,D N, CAKES First Row: Sandy Hachmeister, Robert Hacker, Roger Haenggi, Lawrence Hagan, Melodee Hagenbring, Ronald Hahn, Laurie Haizmann, Charlene Halama, Patricia Halfhill. Second Row: Janice Hall, Pat Hall, Bob Halliman, Jackie Halwax, Michael Hampton, Barbara Hanigan, John Hanor, Doug Hansen, Katherine Hansen. Third Row: Linda Hanson, Sonny Hapanovieh, Leslie Harrington, William Harrington, Jane Harris, Richard Harris, Terry Harris, Dennis Hartmann, Mary Hassil. Fourth Row: Janet Hasz, Joanne Haupt, Roberta Hawley, Kathie Haynsworth, Dale Hedberg, Jack Hendrickson. Sharon Hendry, Werner I-Ienneberg, Donald Henry. Fifth Row: Dave Hinze, Annabelle Herbst, Steve Hey. Judy Hibner, Raymond Hill, Sandy Hill, Jerry Hirons, Marilyn Hirsch, Iris Hirsch. Sixth Row: Martin Hirsch, Jay I-Ioban, Jerry Hodlmair. George Hoke, Sharon Hollenbeck, Lorie Holm, Karen Holmblad, Joyce Holveck, Darlene Horcher. Seventh Row: Dolores Horeher, Ronald Hosek, Karla Hoshor, Carol Hotton, James Hotvedt, Rob House, Julie Houseknecht, Russell Hullison, Dennis Hunt. Eighth Row: Becky Hunter, Bob Inman, Gerald Israel. Judith Jackisch, Bob Jackson, Pat Jahnke, Nancy Jarm, Robert Jaques, Sue Jasper. Ninth Row: Michael Jensen, Merrily Joern, Marty Johne- check, Barbara Johnson, Beth Johnson, Judy Johnson. Karen Johnson, Robert Johnson, Sherlyn Johnson, Tenth Row: Richard Johnston, Jan Jorden, Valerie Juhl. Alfred Jutzi, Judy Kading, Sharon Kadlecik, Bobbi Kalous, Nancie Kamin, Carol Kasl. Eleventh Row: Karen Kastning, Diane Keilman, Judy Keith, Dave Keller, Ken Keller, Arlene Kelley, Pat Kelley. Joan Keppen, Les Kesel. Twelfth Row: Judy Kessler, James Kincl, Barbara King. John Kingsley, Kal Kirk, Roy Klehm, Marilyn Klingen- maier, Fred Kloman, Bill Klouthis. Thirteenth Row: Jerald Kmiecik, Kenton Knoppel, Dennis Knutson, Edward Koelper, Sharon Koeneman, John Koes- ter, Sharon Kolberg, Lawrence Kottke, Paula Kottke. Fourteenth Row: Kathie Kovacs, Roger Krambeer, Jan Kramer, Beverlee Kratsch, Mary Kratt, Kay Krebsbach, Karen Kreft, Will Krueger, Al Kruse. x,- Q' a F if if J J' 'ff af .. . - 4. lf' at t H , , , or , Q at F L I 5 ., 55122 : icy , . ,-, t X A . ff- 7 - , . ' xii Q if 5 J ,Q . ' tl, W" ' xx .N In W J I . , . N .-3 4, .L ' J int X' was P-' A f v E- a ,, , I- ss Lf L J I J A kzr- , ig .. , 9 H et: I "earn slug 'J xii Q Q qu, , 555' TZ X Si MW ig ,Wi E55 ff F a s if Ei WP 2 , 3 If Lagb as .b:4 is ,D N, CAKES First Row: Sandy Hachmeister, Robert Hacker, Roger Haenggi, Lawrence Hagan, Melodee Hagenbring, Ronald Hahn, Laurie Haizmann, Charlene Halama, Patricia Halfhill. Second Row: Janice Hall, Pat Hall, Bob Halliman, Jackie Halwax, Michael Hampton, Barbara Hanigan, John Hanor, Doug Hansen, Katherine Hansen. Third Row: Linda Hanson, Sonny Hapanovieh, Leslie Harrington, William Harrington, Jane Harris, Richard Harris, Terry Harris, Dennis Hartmann, Mary Hassil. Fourth Row: Janet Hasz, Joanne Haupt, Roberta Hawley, Kathie Haynsworth, Dale Hedberg, Jack Hendrickson. Sharon Hendry, Werner I-Ienneberg, Donald Henry. Fifth Row: Dave Hinze, Annabelle Herbst, Steve Hey. Judy Hibner, Raymond Hill, Sandy Hill, Jerry Hirons, Marilyn Hirsch, Iris Hirsch. Sixth Row: Martin Hirsch, Jay I-Ioban, Jerry Hodlmair. George Hoke, Sharon Hollenbeck, Lorie Holm, Karen Holmblad, Joyce Holveck, Darlene Horcher. Seventh Row: Dolores Horeher, Ronald Hosek, Karla Hoshor, Carol Hotton, James Hotvedt, Rob House, Julie Houseknecht, Russell Hullison, Dennis Hunt. Eighth Row: Becky Hunter, Bob Inman, Gerald Israel. Judith Jackisch, Bob Jackson, Pat Jahnke, Nancy Jarm, Robert Jaques, Sue Jasper. Ninth Row: Michael Jensen, Merrily Joern, Marty Johne- check, Barbara Johnson, Beth Johnson, Judy Johnson. Karen Johnson, Robert Johnson, Sherlyn Johnson, Tenth Row: Richard Johnston, Jan Jorden, Valerie Juhl. Alfred Jutzi, Judy Kading, Sharon Kadlecik, Bobbi Kalous, Nancie Kamin, Carol Kasl. Eleventh Row: Karen Kastning, Diane Keilman, Judy Keith, Dave Keller, Ken Keller, Arlene Kelley, Pat Kelley. Joan Keppen, Les Kesel. Twelfth Row: Judy Kessler, James Kincl, Barbara King. John Kingsley, Kal Kirk, Roy Klehm, Marilyn Klingen- maier, Fred Kloman, Bill Klouthis. Thirteenth Row: Jerald Kmiecik, Kenton Knoppel, Dennis Knutson, Edward Koelper, Sharon Koeneman, John Koes- ter, Sharon Kolberg, Lawrence Kottke, Paula Kottke. Fourteenth Row: Kathie Kovacs, Roger Krambeer, Jan Kramer, Beverlee Kratsch, Mary Kratt, Kay Krebsbach, Karen Kreft, Will Krueger, Al Kruse. F ,f 7960 l"irst Row: Judy Kuvhn, Bornio Kulik, Stl-phvn Kurth. Dan Kurtz, John Lacina, Janie-o Laden, Lois Landon-it-r. lionnii- Langi-, Paul Langos. Si-cond Row: Sui- Larson, Rc-gina Last-h, Carl Lass, Frvd Lautorhurg, Iiruri- LaVi-au, Bruvc- Law, Donny Lawson. Shari Loaf, Ili-nnis L1-dwon, 'I'hird Row: Fri-cl Ll-arman, Dempster Loi-1-li, Richard Li-May, Davo IA'lllkL', Linda LvStargt-, Vivky LL-stt-r, Lorna Lirli-, Judy Lim-in-now, Karvn Lillohilrg. lfourth Row: .John Lind, Bob Lindbi-rg, Karon Linehan. John Link, liurl Linni-we-h, lionnii- Lippko, Bill Lips, Nan- 1-iv Lips, Sharon Lloyd. Fifth Row: Pat Loi-vhl, Charlvs Logiv, Karon Lohr, Kris- iln Loll, Iillainu Long. John Lopala. Joani-no Lori-nz. Pat Lowv, Rod I.Lu'ht'ki'. Sixth Row: Valariv Lundquist, Travy Luster, Barb Lutz. Ki-n Lyllv, liruvv Mai'CaIlum, Kathy Mai'Carthy, Ri-v Mm-lla, Jann-s Magnuson, Rudolph Maiorhofvr, Se-u-nth Row: Annotti- Maloni-, Marsha Mariash, Marit- Martin, liill Martin, Carl Massa, Carolyn Mast, llorvc-n Maiara, Arla-no Mathi-son, Janiri- May, Eighth Row: Nan:-y M4-Comb, Bruvo Mc'Conni-ll, Sut- Mi-llonald, lflonniv Mcllougall, Rohm-rt MODowL'1l, Patrivia Mi-Grath, Rogor Mi'Knii.:ht, Karon Mc'Loan, Shirley McLean. Ninth Row: William Mi'Millan, Turry Mi'Roborts, Judith Mvlioy, 'I'vrl'y Mi-dal, Fay Movhan, Mivhavl Mi-chan, Jo- Anni- Mvtz, Wayni- Ms-yor, Eric' Mt-yt-rs. 'I'e-nth Row: Rivhard Moyl-rs, Jamvs Michgvlson, Kath- lvon Milazzo, Joi- Milla-r, John Millur, Mollisuv Millor, Sui- Millt-r, Shari Mitvhm-ll, Carol Mobus. lille-ve-nth Row: Sandra Moohling, Lonny Moolli-ntino. ln-nny Moe-lli-r, Charlotti- Moorv, Priscilla Moore. Mt-rigail More-Ianrl, lf'r4-dvrirk Mosiman, Pi-ti-r Motisi, Paul Mui-llc-r. l'wi-lfth Row: Warren Myers, Doug Nahb, Dave Naylor, Donna N4-Ison, Karon Nelson, Marilyn N4-Ison, Miki- Nol- son, Nancy Neilson, Pat Nelson. 'l'hirti-4-nth Row: Ht-rh Nl-ubaum, Charles Ninm-mann, John Nohlv, Paul Norton, Arthur Nyhlin, Bill O'Bri0n. John O'Grady, Varol Oja, Adriannv Olson. Foul-ti-4-nth Row: Judith O'Marro, Carolev Osrarson, June- Ostrom, Charlvs Otto, Buzz Owen, Nanvy Owl-n, Nancy Palvrmo, Ilan- Palm:-r, Florunci- Palmer. ,. J - - It ,- ' if ' .1 If J 'lz'i " , X 4' 1 LJJ, , fi N E, .,., , W -. I-A 4 ' 5 Q 1- .7 J! .-,,-, , 1 V . i fifif YF? 1+ if 'fiifif s ,,,, J 6 to J 1: A 6' i lzf. li J J' V A if . . C ' +5 ' if ' ' mg 73:21 H' 4 : , , t -Wy K? F. .f...l., Q 2 J Q52 l in 2 D-A 5 J g i QT, , l 13-1:4 1 , Th? '45 ' " S .mg A i V x M, .. fr qs J me J L n J. i , 1 , i ,isl g -.ag iq: P g, . Q - ' , 12 ,- x L J , Q' , 3 l L 1' f as I is me ' ji" . Fi-ff, 3 3? K 'Q 1' --H 'Eff' 'A I 1 -i t A L ' - xi A J i,,i , L, ig if A. 'S . H ' -Q I lj: 'I ,,1'1.,' 1 9' ' ab if J :li ' si ll A-Vw' is f' gifs if 'EU' v 'pp K - 2 -V if f , ,su ,r , A fl - Jw ... l,, , , f f t y, 1- K -ML ll, M F ,f 7960 l"irst Row: Judy Kuvhn, Bornio Kulik, Stl-phvn Kurth. Dan Kurtz, John Lacina, Janie-o Laden, Lois Landon-it-r. lionnii- Langi-, Paul Langos. Si-4-onil Row: Suv Larson, Rc-gina Last-h, Carl Lass, Frvd Lautorhurg, Iiruri- LaVi-au, Bruvc- Law, Donny Lawson. Shari Loaf, Ili-nnis L1-dwon, 'I'hird Row: Fri-cl Ll-arman, Dempster Lot-1-li, Richard Li-May, Davo Lcniko, Linda LvStargt-, Vivky LL-stt-r, Lorna Lirli-, Judy Lim-in-now, Karvn Lillolulrg. lfourth Row: .John Lind, Bob Lindbt-rg, Karon Linehan. John Link, liurl Linni-we-h, lionnil- Lippko, Bill Lips, Nan- 1-iv Lips, Sharon Lloyd. Fifth Row: Pat Loi-vhl, Charlvs Logiv, Karon Lohr, Kris- iin Loll, Iillainu Long. John Lopala. Joani-no Lori-nz. Pat Lowv, Rod I.Lu'ht'ki'. Sixth Row: Valariv Lundquist, Travy Luster, Barb Lutz. Ki-n Lyllv, liruvv Mal'CaIlum, Kathy Mam'Carthy, Rm-v Mm-lla, Jann-s Magnuson, Rudolph Maiorhofvr, Se-u-nth Row: Anm-Liv Malonv, Marsha Mariash, Marit- Martin, liill Martin, Carl Massa, Carolyn Mast, llorvc-n Maiara, Arla-no Mathl-son, Janirt- May, Eiglith Row: Nan:-y M4-Comb, Bruvo Mc'Connt-ll, Sut- Mi-llonald, lflonniv Mcllougall, Rohm-rt MODowL'1l, Patrivia Mt-Grath, Rogor Mi'Knight, Karon Mc'Loan, Shirley McLean. Ninth Row: William Ml'Millan, Turry M1'Roborts, Judith Mvlioy, 'I'vrl'y Mi-dal, Fay Movhan, Mivhavl ML-chan, Jo- Anno Mvtz, Waynl- Ms-yor, Eric' Mt-yt-rs. 'I'e-nth Row: Rivhard Moyl-rs, Jamvs Michgvlson, Kath- lvon Milazzo, Jol- Milla-r, John Millur, Mollisuv Millor, Sui- Millt-r, Shari Mitvhm-ll, Carol Mobus. lille-ve-nth Row: Sandra Moohling, Lonny Moolli-ntino. ln-nny Moe-llur, Charlotti- Moorv, Priscilla Moore. Mt-rigail More-Ianrl, lf'r4-dvrirk Mosiman, Pi-te-r Motisi, Paul Mus-llc-r. l'wc-lfth Row: Warren Myers, Doug Nahb, Dave Naylor, Donna N4-Ison, Karon Nelson, Marilyn N4-Ison, Miki- Nol- son, Nancy Neilson, Pat Nelson. 'l'hirti-4-nth Row: Ht-rh Nl-ubaum, Charles Ninm-mann, John Nohlv, Paul Norton, Arthur Nyhlin, Bill O'Bri0n. John O'Grady, Varol Oja, Adriannv Olson. Foul-ti-4-nth Row: Judith O'Marro, Carolev Osrarson, June- Ostrom, Charlvs Otto, Buzz Owen, Nanvy Owl-n, Nancy Palvrmo, Ilan- Palm:-r, Floruncn- Palmer. ,. J - - It ,- ' if ' .1 If J 'lz'i " , X 4' 1 LJJ, , fi N E, .,., , W -. I-A 4 ' 5 Q 1- .7 ii .-,,-, , 1 V . i fifif YF? 1+ if 'iiifif s ,,,, J 6 to J 1: A 6' i lzf. li J J' V A U . . C ' +5 ' if ' ' mg 73:21 H' 4 : , , t -Wy K? F. .f...l., Q 2 J Q52 l at 2 D-A 5 J g l QT, , l 13-1:4 1 , Th? '45 ' " S .mg A i V x M, .. fi qs J me J L n J. i i 1 , i ,isl g -.ag iq: P g, . Q - ' , 12 ,- x L J , Q' , 3 l i 1' f as I is me ' ji" . Fi-ff, 3 3? K 'Q 1' --H 'if' 'A I 1 -i t A L ' - xi A J i,,i , L, ig if A. 'S . H ' -Q I lj: 'I ,,1'1.,' 1 9' ' ab if J :li ' si ll A-Vw' is f' Lili' if 'EU' v 'pp K - 2 -V if f , ,su ,r , A fl - Jw ... l,, , , f f t y, 1- K -ML ll, M ln- : - tiife' 9.3 Q 1, 5 4 ' U- I sd. N L , dbg 1 CAZSS First Row: Sharon Palmer, Ronna Panek, Kenneth Panza, Lynn Parker, Lyle Parnell, Richard Parson, Rich- ard Passmore, John Patzke, Richard Paul. Second Row: Gammon Payne, Richard Peekc, Sharon Peery, Edwin Peifer, Ralph Perricone, Lois Perz, Fred Peterson, Charles Phelan, Lynn Phillips. Third Row: Warren Pinkham, Richard Pinkos, Georgia Poteracki, Joyce Powell, John Poznan, Sara Precilio. Mary Prenner, Barbara Pruyn, Georgia Pulley. Fourth Row: Linda Raasch, William Rafter, Dale Rask, Robert Reckamp, Melanie Reckwerdt, Diane Reel, Trilla Reeves, Jeanne Reighard, Karen Reis. Fifth Row: Fred Retzke, Thomas Rezner, Dianne Rich, Janet Rightmire, David Ripley, Bonnie Robinson, Neil Robertson, Carol Rocco, Judith Rolfs. Sixth Row: Robert Roosen, Marilyn Rose, Victor Rose. Edward Rosenblatt, Carol Rowe, Glenys Rudd, Roger Rumrey, Robert Russell, Suzann Russell. Seventh Row: Robert Russow, Rosemary Ruzicka, Nancy Rydberg, Patricia Sandford, Lorelei Sandvig, Robert Sannwald, Patty Scamehorn, Jane Schaefer, Ronald Schaefer. Eighth Row: Stephen Scheffee, Kathleen Scherrer, Dennis Schielie, Alan Schilling, Janet Schindler, Barbara Schmick. Lois Schmidt. Shirley Schmidt, Dennis Schneck. Ninth Row: Lee Schramm, Carol Schroeder, Diana Schroe- der, Mayrene Schroeder, Judith Schuler, Lee Schultz, Nancy Schultz, Richard Schulze, Robert Schulze. Tenth Row: Ann Schumacher, Bill Schumann, Karen Schwaller, Judith Schwartz, Richard Schwarz, Steve Scott. Carol Seegers, David Selman, Frederick Sender. Eleventh Row: Judy Senne, Bob Setlid, David Shaugh- nessy, Lynn Shaughnessy, Patricia Shervey, Fred Ship- man, Karen Siebert, Leslie Silver, Thomas Simmons. Twelfth Row: Michael Skrysak, Barbara Slazas, Richard Slonaker, Donald Smith, Larry Smith, Patricia Smith, Sharon Smith, Donald Snell, Alice Sokolski. Thirteenth Row: Patricia Sparks, Bill Specht, Jim Spen- cer, William Spitler, William Spomer, Judith Stark, Char- lene Stefanik, Helen Steffes, Andy Steichmann. Fourteenth Row: Pete Steiger, Bette Steil, Robert Ste- phan, Edward Stephens, Barbara Stevens, Jean Stewart, Harry Stirmell, Mickey Stoffel, Carole Stoike. ln- : - tiife' 9.3 Q 1, 5 4 ' U- I sd. N L , dbg 1 CAZSS First Row: Sharon Palmer, Ronna Panek, Kenneth Panza, Lynn Parker, Lyle Parnell, Richard Parson, Rich- ard Passmore, John Patzke, Richard Paul. Second Row: Gammon Payne, Richard Peekc, Sharon Peery, Edwin Peifer, Ralph Perricone, Lois Perz, Fred Peterson, Charles Phelan, Lynn Phillips. Third Row: Warren Pinkham, Richard Pinkos, Georgia Poteracki, Joyce Powell, John Poznan, Sara Precilio. Mary Prenner, Barbara Pruyn, Georgia Pulley. Fourth Row: Linda Raasch, William Rafter, Dale Rask, Robert Reckamp, Melanie Reckwerdt, Diane Reel, Trilla Reeves, Jeanne Reighard, Karen Reis. Fifth Row: Fred Retzke, Thomas Rezner, Dianne Rich, Janet Rightmire, David Ripley, Bonnie Robinson, Neil Robertson, Carol Rocco, Judith Rolfs. Sixth Row: Robert Roosen, Marilyn Rose, Victor Rose. Edward Rosenblatt, Carol Rowe, Glenys Rudd, Roger Rumrey, Robert Russell, Suzann Russell. Seventh Row: Robert Russow, Rosemary Ruzicka, Nancy Rydberg, Patricia Sandford, Lorelei Sandvig, Robert Sannwald, Patty Scamehorn, Jane Schaefer, Ronald Schaefer. Eighth Row: Stephen Scheffee, Kathleen Scherrer, Dennis Schielie, Alan Schilling, Janet Schindler, Barbara Schmick. Lois Schmidt. Shirley Schmidt, Dennis Schneck. Ninth Row: Lee Schramm, Carol Schroeder, Diana Schroe- der, Mayrene Schroeder, Judith Schuler, Lee Schultz, Nancy Schultz, Richard Schulze, Robert Schulze. Tenth Row: Ann Schumacher, Bill Schumann, Karen Schwaller, Judith Schwartz, Richard Schwarz, Steve Scott. Carol Seegers, David Selman, Frederick Sender. Eleventh Row: Judy Senne, Bob Setlid, David Shaugh- nessy, Lynn Shaughnessy, Patricia Shervey, Fred Ship- man, Karen Siebert, Leslie Silver, Thomas Simmons. Twelfth Row: Michael Skrysak, Barbara Slazas, Richard Slonaker, Donald Smith, Larry Smith, Patricia Smith, Sharon Smith, Donald Snell, Alice Sokolski. Thirteenth Row: Patricia Sparks, Bill Specht, Jim Spen- cer, William Spitler, William Spomer, Judith Stark, Char- lene Stefanik, Helen Steffes, Andy Steichmann. Fourteenth Row: Pete Steiger, Bette Steil, Robert Ste- phan, Edward Stephens, Barbara Stevens, Jean Stewart, Harry Stirmell, Mickey Stoffel, Carole Stoike. Cf 1960 First Row: Daniel Striegel, .Judith Strobel, Karen Stuart, Thomas Sullivan, William Sunstrum, Barbara Swanson. .lane Swanson, Marilyn Swanson, Sharon Swarthout. Set-ond Row: Herbert Tallitseh, Joyce Tapper, James Tay- lor, Ray 'I't-iiorek, William Terbell, Pat Terry, Alan Tlu-mer, Starene Thomas, Dorothy Thompson. Third Row: Maryheth Thomson, Clark Thorp, Carole Toek, Lorraine 'l'onn, Joseph Trampf, Ronald Treabess, Varol Trendel, Joan Trude, Jean Ulizze. Fourth Row: Allen Ullriek, Carol Ulrich, Thomas Van liladel, karen Van Hoorebeke, Vicki Van Ness, Sue Van Oosten, lbiek Vasy, Thomas Vidriek, Karl Vittinghoff, Fifth Row: Judy Vivirito, Joseph Vlcek, Melvin Von Bergen, Linda Voris, Thomas VVade, Jan Vl'agner, Roberta Vllalker, t'arol NVall, Edward XNalloeh. Sixth Row: Patricia VValt, Aliee Waterman, Luree Wat! son, Lynn Weber, Sherre VVeekerly, Barb Wehner, Anna Weidner, Harold Weidner, Marvin NVeidnor. Seventh Row: Mary Jo Wells, Dennis Werner, Sharon Weiss, Carole Weseman, Bette Wcssies, Sharon Wessling, Robert, Westcott, Alan Westergaard, Carroll Westfall. Eighth Row: Beverly Wetendorf, Jay Wheelock, Judie Whittaker, Sue VVhlteley, Evelyn Whitesides, Judy Wille. Diana Williamson, Candaee Willner, Barbara Wiltgen, Ninth Row: Ralph Winkelhake, Leon Wintz, Juanita Wist, Kenneth Witt, Joan Wolf, Joseph Wolf, Lois Wolf, Robert VVoll', Allen Wolvin. Tenth Row: Elizabeth Wood, Michael Woodworth, William Wuestenfeld, Anne Wyatt, Gregory Zehner, Kurt Zimmer- man, Sandra Zysko, Philip Bcrtseh, Don Kranz, "Mr, Iiekhardt, that isn't the way we were taught," says driver training.: student Bonnie McDougal, surveying the drift, , W., ,, .,,, l 'fi' 'VF :L i 131 ' 'WWA , A 'qi 1 . ' ' f',3f,. : +1 ,M ile i ' X l"x.': W' , it , X :vr . 'gk-A A ,Q , 1 1 . A 1 , v v , if FE - , W 8:1 . , .' I 4 ' .. n . 1 ,. "N L4 I V. ma- l-V I ni Ti' E 'C Q ,.....-..-... .. .l as '-:J 'ff . W 321 '52 m ,nt til? W ff? ' . ll . ' Z. wi to . as MQ ui-I af UF" N. ' l . l GW- Cf 1960 First Row: Daniel Striegel, .Judith Strobel, Karen Stuart, Thomas Sullivan, William Sunstrum, Barbara Swanson. .lane Swanson, Marilyn Swanson, Sharon Swarthout. Set-ond Row: Herbert Tallitseh, Joyce Tapper, James Tay- lor, Ray 'I't-iiorek, William Terbell, Pat Terry, Alan Tlu-mer, Starene Thomas, Dorothy Thompson. Third Row: Maryheth Thomson, Clark Thorp, Carole Toek, Lorraine 'l'onn, Joseph Trampf, Ronald Treabess, Varol Trendel, Joan Trude, Jean Ulizze. Fourth Row: Allen Ullriek, Carol Ulrich, Thomas Van liladel, karen Van Hoorebeke, Vicki Van Ness, Sue Van Oosten, lbiek Vasy, Thomas Vidriek, Karl Vittinghoff, Fifth Row: Judy Vivirito, Joseph Vlcek, Melvin Von Bergen, Linda Voris, Thomas VVade, Jan Vl'agner, Roberta Vllalker, t'arol NVall, Edward XNalloeh. Sixth Row: Patricia VValt, Aliee Waterman, Luree Wat! son, Lynn Weber, Sherre VVeekerly, Barb Wehner, Anna Weidner, Harold Weidner, Marvin NVeidnor. Seventh Row: Mary Jo Wells, Dennis Werner, Sharon Weiss, Carole Weseman, Bette Wcssies, Sharon Wessling, Robert, Westcott, Alan Westergaard, Carroll Westfall. Eighth Row: Beverly Wetendorf, Jay Wheelock, Judie Whittaker, Sue VVhlteley, Evelyn Whitesides, Judy Wille. Diana Williamson, Candaee Willner, Barbara Wiltgen, Ninth Row: Ralph Winkelhake, Leon Wintz, Juanita Wist, Kenneth Witt, Joan Wolf, Joseph Wolf, Lois Wolf, Robert VVoll', Allen Wolvin. Tenth Row: Elizabeth Wood, Michael Woodworth, William Wuestenfeld, Anne Wyatt, Gregory Zehner, Kurt Zimmer- man, Sandra Zysko, Philip Bcrtseh, Don Kranz, "Mr, Iiekhardt, that isn't the way we were taught," says driver training.: student Bonnie McDougal, surveying the drift, , W., ,, .,,, l 'fi' 'VF :L i 131 ' 'WWA , A 'qi 1 . ' ' f',3f,. : +1 ,M ile i ' X l"x.': W' , it , X :vr . 'gk-A A ,Q , 1 1 . A 1 , v v , if FE - , W 8:1 . , .' I 4 ' .. n . 1 ,. "N L4 I V. ma- l-V I ni Ti' E 'C Q ,.....-..-... .. .l as '-:J 'ff . W 321 '52 m ,nt til? W ff? ' . ll . ' Z. to . as MQ ui-I af UF" N. ' l . l GW- Illi . v 1 'X15UjlX1O5 , J N YY 'flu WY ll I A V, 10 jy 1,7 , Lf KK all ' go 'J DD! ff , .K V V A K 4: f TJ 4 all x 4. iig 4 ' N? .Y 1 ' 44 A fivv-sidvd polar trizlnglo with obtuse angles? Impossible!" vom- -nt Mr. lllrivh and Mr. Mm-Lf-nnun, authors of two new books. "Gunr'zunlm-fl pcrfvvl uve-ry limo ilu-y banks: pil uftvr pic. uftc-I' pic." provcs lruo for home- Doon omic-S studvnts Du- Dyson and Put Jznhnkv Illi . v 1 'X15UjlX1O5 , J x Wxx Wm I A ,f 10 jy 1,7 , ll f f af 'J D X f' f X00 , 5 ' Sf f 0 'Qi lil TJ 4 all x 4. gig 4 ' QW 1 -6 xl K 44 A fivv-sidvd polar trizlnglo with obtuse angles? Impossible!" vom- -nt Mr. lllrivh and Mr. Mm-Lf-nnun, authors of two new books. "Gunr'zunlm-fl pcrfvvl uve-ry limo ilu-y banks: pil uftvr pic. uftc-I' pic." provcs lruv for home- Doon omic-S studvnts Du- Dyson and Put Jznhnkv Sfuahous oPAomores 'l'ht-ort-ins. llll'Ol'l'lIlS. and mort- Illt'Ol'i'lIlS Could wcll llllYK' ht-t-n tht' thoughts of it S0pllOIIlUI't' cnrollvd in plant' gt-oint-try. By lvariiing this wondt-rs of the powvr of logical thinking, tht- sophoinorc-s g't't'utly inc'1'vz1st'd tht-ir rvasoning c':lpzu'itit's in thvir gvoxnvtry vlzissvs. Vlllllilllllllllll sophoniorv English clzisst-s with thvir ont- sm-tlit-stct' ol' spvvrlt hrought on tht- usual constc-mation ol' most individuals ut hztving to look thvit' Classilizttcs in tht' vyz- and talk for 21 gin-n lt-ngth of tintc. But after sur- nionnting thc' dil'fic'ultic-s of ncryonsncss and 1-yt' Contact. thvy finishvd tht- sviiicstvt' fcvling yvry much satisfivd with tht-ir Ziff!HllpllSlllIll'I1lS in thc field of public' spvaking. S0lJll0IIl0l'l'S dc-siring 11. sccond ycat' of sfivnco cnrollvd in at physical sfit-mit' class. This Course' c'onc'vntI'att'cl main- ly on tht- 4-It-1111-rmtary study of C'lN'II1lSfI'y and physics, thus giving' tht- studvnts 21 hzlsis on whivh to l.llI'lllt'1' thvir study. "Mirror: mirror on tht- wall, is my spot-1-h tho best onv of them all :asks sophomore- .lim Iirunhvrg us ht- fishvs for Z1 good spt-wh gradt ..- ,-'mm 5 Q-ing' -.,,1f' --N v 4.4 'I 1 Famous lztgl, worclsi "All uxpt-rimonts will turn out if they are con- dut-lvrl props-1'l5'." 1-onI'irlt-ntly stzltt-s Mr. Mus-llt-r. Littlv does hc know. - Lvfiillv 1 W1 li is 'i tiis mst words art- lost in at l'l0Lld of snloku as Miko Nash und Barb Johnson look on, mort- ztmust-d hy rt-sults than with tho Df'UC'K'l'dll1f.fS 45 Sfuahous oPAomores 'l'ht-ort-ins. llll'Ol'l'lIlS. and mort- Illt'Ol'i'lIlS Could wcll llllYK' ht-t-n tht' thoughts of it S0pllOIIlUI't' cnrollvd in plant' gt-oint-try. By lvariiing this wondt-rs of the powvr of logical thinking, tht- sophoinorc-s g't't'utly inc'1'vz1st'd tht-ir rvasoning c':lpzu'itit's in thvir gvoxnvtry vlzissvs. Vlllllilllllllllll sophoniorv English clzisst-s with thvir ont- sm-tlit-stct' ol' spvvrlt hrought on tht- usual constc-mation ol' most individuals ut hztving to look thvit' Classilizttcs in tht' vyz- and talk for 21 gin-n lt-ngth of tintc. But after sur- nionnting thc' dil'fic'ultic-s of ncryonsncss and 1-yt' Contact. thvy finishvd tht- sviiicstvt' fcvling yvry much satisfivd with tht-ir Ziff!HllpllSlllIll'I1lS in thc field of public' spvaking. S0lJll0IIl0l'l'S dc-siring 11. sccond ycat' of sfivnco cnrollvd in at physical sfit-mit' class. This Course' c'onc'vntI'att'cl main- ly on tht- 4-It-1111-rmtary study of C'lN'II1lSfI'y and physics, thus giving' tht- studvnts 21 hzlsis on whivh to l.llI'lllt'1' thvir study. "Mirror: mirror on tht- wall, is my spot-1-h tho best onv of them all :asks sophomore- .lim Iirunhvrg us ht- fishvs for Z1 good spt-wh gradt ..- ,-'mm 5 Q-ing' -.,,1f' --N v 4.4 'I 1 Famous lztgl, worclsi "All uxpt-rimonts will turn out if they are con- dut-lvrl props-1'l5'." 1-onI'irlt-ntly stzltt-s Mr. Mus-llt-r. Littlv does hc know. - Lvfiillv 1 W1 li is 'i tiis mst words art- lost in at l'l0Lld of snloku as Miko Nash und Barb Johnson look on, mort- ztmust-d hy rt-sults than with tho Df'UC'K'l'dll1f.fS 45 ww. xr' ,v',v1' f 1" . tg? W A ug 2' .Q Q '35 M . Q-.,.f , .L - A :gfw -we -vig . If S :IQ S ufi ' r Q FV1gggQQ1,b5gm iz f , , .. , f ,,.:-. ,f---:pm Wa .., W K ' N J " 5 ' - ' ' M ,wi :J Hifwf s , , ,LW ,xiii .Q H , I . K ,f Wk., 1 N mn Vp fa fs. 4, Em 6. 5. ,W Vg: x . . 3 . 5, sein f 'i'l?'kb b fffziki iv ' X mi , 4 X' 1 A 52QgafZiEi6?Ji X' ,sw 'sgjflsfuekgfl' V IM' ,f9 ', . ww. iff" 1 if 4 sf' .::.:,f':m V- 2 .,. h Q 8521 ww , QW gg Q gi ff -35? x , ' . K ,,LL i Z. . M.. 1. 1 .. z w , f . ,,-aff, 1, fm V . ' . . .. .. 113255 was ,Y +2-I , ' - g , , ws Www ',' If "ff'f?fW!fTfw",f. 'KT11J1f,..1 :isp 'L .IQ "TB P " " - ff -WH-g2wwQy Q,.,WQwg,.' ww -Q ,, ' 1 K K ,f Wk., 1 N mn Vp fa .fan 4, .ww ,1. 5. ,W Vg. . . . 3 . 5, sein f 5 ffiziki xv ' aka 5 X Mi X 4 4 ,ff f A 52QgafZi'zf5?E. lk fm ,. 57 xii? ,'ii2fl9ga:sif 'A' V IM' ,f5 ', . Junior Board 'I'hirtl Row: Mrs. lit-hrt-ntls, Ann t'arllslt-, Roy Carr, Milit' Warnt-t-kt-. lion Alnnt-r, Susan Rosa, Holm 'l'agg:nrt, Gram- St-fft-ns, Jiin Sayrt-. it-1-tnntl Ron: Sandy I't-tt-rst-n, Virt.:inia Sowinski, Lynn Stadt-ll, .lud5 Johnson, Kurt-n Mt-yt-r, Harb VVoII'. First Row: I't-nny Kart-nn. .lt-rrp' Hlson, .ltxhn lhouhlt-. unior isses 4941441 isfers Lead Boar uA'I2lylllllt', Nlziytiiiit-H coulcl wt-ll lim-te ht-t-n tht- llll'II1K' song ol this yt-ar's junior rlass. Lt-cl hy olfict-rs Don Alnnt-r, Frt-cl llt-tlrniark. Lynn Staclt-ll. Pt-nny Kact-na, and -It-rry Olst-n. tht- juniors ht-gan a st-rious niont-y-niaking rain- jraign t-arly in tht- yt-ar in antit-ipation of thc long-awaitt-cl month ol May with its junior prom. lit-ginning tht- sot-ial whirl at Arlington, tht- kjll!llOl'-SIJOIlSOl't'Ll Kick-oll' Danu- not only was a hiu' sort-t-ss hut also Qavt- a hoost to thc- class trt-asury. "llax't- a t-okt-l" or "How about sonit- hot, huttt-rt-tl popcorn!" was tht- juniors' t-ry as tht-y Illllilt' tht- ronntls at loothall and haskt-thall ganit-s trying to raist- nlort- niont-y. 'l'l1t- juniors also hatl otht-r Cont-t-rns ht-siclt-s making niont-y, l'lx't-ryont- ro-opt-ratt-cl during' tht- Honit-roniing st-ason to ht-lp protlurt- tht- grt-att-st paraclt- possihlt-. 'l'ht-ir harcl work hrought rt-snlts, as tht- juniors wt-rv willing to tt-stily wht-n ont- junior float, "Pigs lor Pointsf' 1't-ct-ix't'cl thirtl plart- in tht- t'0IIlpt'llllUll. Anotht-r big t-vt-nt was tht- annual talt-nt show. Not only was tht- show's audi- t-nt't- ainust-cl hy tht- class skit, whost- st-tting was a Chint-sv launtlry. hut tht-y also wt-rv t-ntt-rtaint-cl by tht- many tal- t-ntt-tl nu-inht-rs ol' tht- junior class who pt-rliornit-cl solo arts. 'l'ht-n lXlay arrivt-dl 'l'ht- long-awaitc-cl junior prom, with all ol' its t-xt'itt-nit-nt and gait-ty, was upon tht-In bt-fore they rt-alizt-cl it. On May 23 tht- lillll-lllIllt'Ill of this big f-vt-nt l'lllllilXl'll at lull and sur-ct-sslul yt-ar for tht- c-lass of '59, Olson, and Pt-nny Katt-na, t:ont't-ntrating on niont-5' for thv l' il l'l' -rry A pt-nny for tlat-ir thoughts? No! Thinking in tt-rms of dollars junior offirrt-rs Don Ahnn-r, Lynn Stadt-Il, Frtxtl llt-tlt-mark, .It Ftllll. Junior Board 'I'hirtl Row: Mrs. lit-hrt-ntls, Ann t'arllslt-, Roy Carr, Milit' Warnt-t-kt-. lion Alnnt-r, Susan Rosa, Holm 'l'agg:nrt, Gram- St-fft-ns, Jiin Sayrt-. it-1-tnntl Ron: Sandy I't-tt-rst-n, Virt.:inia Sowinski, Lynn Stadt-ll, .lud5 Johnson, Kurt-n Mt-yt-r, Harb VVoII'. First Row: I't-nny Kart-nn. .lt-rrp' Hlson, .ltxhn lhouhlt-. unior isses 4941441 isfers Lead Boar uA'I2lylllllt', Nlziytiiiit-H coulcl wt-ll lim-te ht-t-n tht- llll'II1K' song ol this yt-ar's junior rlass. Lt-cl hy olfict-rs Don Alnnt-r, Frt-cl llt-tlrniark. Lynn Staclt-ll. Pt-nny Kact-na, and -It-rry Olst-n. tht- juniors ht-gan a st-rious niont-y-niaking rain- jraign t-arly in tht- yt-ar in antit-ipation of thc long-awaitt-cl mouth ol May with its junior prom. lit-ginning tht- sot-ial whirl at Arlington, tht- kjll!llOl'-SIJOIlSOl't'Ll Kick-oll' Danu- not only was a hig sut't-t-ss hut also Qavt- a hoost to thc- class trt-astiry. "llax't- a t-okt-l" or "How about solut- hot, huttt-rt-tl popcorn!" was tht- juniors' t-ry as tht-y Illllilt' tht- rountls at loothall and haskt-thall ganit-s trying to raist- nlort- niont-y. 'l'l1t- juniors also hatl otht-r Cont-t-rns ht-siclt-s making niont-y, l'lx't-ryont- ro-opt-ratt-cl during' tht- Honit-routing st-ason to ht-lp protlurt- tht- grt-att-st paraclt- possihlt-. 'l'ht-ir harcl work hrought rt-sults, as tht- juniors wt-rv willing to tt-stily wht-n ont- junior float, "Pigs lor Pointsf' 1't-ct-ix't'cl thirtl plart- in tht- t'0IIlpt'llllUll. Anotht-r big t-vt-nt was tht- annual talt-nt show. Not only was tht- show's audi- t-nt't- 2lIllllSl'Cl hy tht- class skit, whost- st-tting was a Chint-sv launtlry. hut tht-y also wt-rv t-ntt-rtaint-cl by tht- many tal- t-ntt-tl nu-inht-rs ol' tht- junior class who pt-rlioruit-cl solo arts. 'l'ht-u lXlay arrivt-dl 'l'ht- long-awaitc-cl junior prom, with all ol' its t-xt'itt-nit-nt and gait-ty, was upon tht-In bt-fore they rt-alizt-cl it. On May 23 tht- lulfilhnt-nt of this big f-vt-nt l'lllllilXl'll at lull and sur-ct-sslul yt-ar for tht- c-lass of '59, Olson, and Pt-nny Katt-na, t:ont't-ntrating on niont-5' for thu l' il l'l' -rry A pt-nny for tlat-ir thoughts? No! Thinking in tt-rms of dollars junior offirrt-rs Don Ahnn-r, Lynn Stadt-Il, Frtxtl llt-tlt-mark, .It Ftllll. B at . . gr.. J ..,E as . . A - ., 'il r , 'A " S - i WM? 6.25 any :EW liar wbwr32B?5-raU KKE kkhy ' ,., ' . - I-:: I 5 ,V 5. ,.. , . .,.: J i . . T ee i ie B J ': ' xg I V I . I .I . -.,: H Et lk g ig:-' ax ctzv - if V K I . . ..5 fzi' - J JLnWdJ1JWhWRw?WWiiWH w + 4 i l ,Q ,hifi . Q ,VA,.,- . . ,, .. . . . ,, f ,. .. . , -, 1 - -.,. im X' ,gy X X 'fn 'w h ' ' X nv R N 'K A First Row: Juanita Blecke, John Bleile, Kathy Bodor. John Boehner, Ed Boettger, Randy Bol- singer. Jerry Bonn, Wally Borman. S4-cond Row: Marcia Born, Nancy Bower, Larry Bozousky. B'Ann Bradshaw, Al Bratkovic, George Bri-usl. Jill Broadwell, Karen Brodahl, Third Row: Torn Broderick, Di Ann Brown. Sue Brown, Betty Brumit. Sherman Bucher, Charles Buckoridge, Jane Buckle, Pat Buick. ' we . Www .,wmg sl Q, HW 191 'X :iq - ! Q y 1' 1 X I 1 4 Aww 1 , Ha .1 ,K ,: "1 - Fi 1:5 f H ' W ' 'HBEDMH' i if . :. l, f-V ,S ir , .,, 5 - 5 wr, 3 X it Q4 V X 5 elif' rm gg oh, 'M Q B Y' K .-, T l' if X C First Row: Judith Ackerlund. Don Ahmer. Diane Ainslie. Patricia Allen. Paul Ander- son, Myron Appleyard, Charles Ardinger. Second Row: Eleanor Averill, Richard Bader. Nancy Baker. Howard Bakke. Carlotta Banach, Bob Barbour. Pat Barkei, Barb Barrett. Third Row: Richard Batts. Grayce Beck- way, Elaine Beier, Robert Bennett. Jon Benrud, Bonnie Benson. Jack Berg, Kathy Berg. Fourth Row: Bruce Bersted. Bonnie Bertok, Barbara Bevan. Art Beyer. Bill Bielinski, James Bjorgo. Tom Black. Bob Blanchard. First Row: Dave Buren, Diane Burger. Kathy Burkwest, Clyde Burnquist, Virginia Bussert, Keith Butterfield, Carol Bycroft. Karen Campbell.. Second Row: Sally Carl, Ann Carlisle, Joan Carlsen, Diane Carsello, Jim Carns. Sharon Chimes. Richard Cianciarulor. Claudia Cieciwa. Third Row: Paul Cirricione. Paul Clark, Jacqui Clarke, Janice Clausing, Robert Clausing. Bill Clerihan, Janet Cloud, Caron Coken Fourth Row: Marilyn Colburn, Loren Coleman. Barbara Conklin, David Conrad. Nancy Conrad, Ron Conrad, Carol Conroy. Jean Conroy. B at . . gr.. J ..,E as . . 3 - ., 'Q 2 , 'A " S if K WM? 6.25 any :EW liar rbwW32B?5-raU H? . Q5 m.f Emi m.., Q, "V 3551 'mff EE? .':: QT 5 ,V 5. ,.. , . .,.: J a . . l ee h ie B ': ' . I .I . -.,: H Et K g ig:-' ax ctzv - if V K I . . . fzi' 1. J .Jia w i i l ,Q ,hifi . Q ,VA,.,- . . ,, .. . . . ,i f ,. .. . , -, 1 - -.,. im X' ,gy X X 'fn 'w h ' ' X nv R N 'K A First Row: Juanita Blecke, John Bleile, Kathy Bodor. John Boehner, Ed Boettger, Randy Bol- singer. Jerry Bonn, Wally Borman. S4-cond Row: Marcia Born, Nancy Bower, Larry Bozousky. B'Ann Bradshaw, Al Bratkovic, George Bri-usl. Jill Broadwell, Karen Brodahl, Third Row: Torn Broderick, Di Ann Brown. Sue Brown, Betty Brumit. Sherman Bucher, Charles Buckoridge, Jane Buckle, Pat Buick. ' we . Www .,wmg sl Q, HW 191 'X :iq - ! Q y 1' 1 X I 1 4 Aww 1 , Ha .1 ,K ,: "1 - Fi 1:5 f H ' W ' 'HBEDMH' i if . :. l, f-V ,S wi , .,, 5 -L 5 wr, 3 X it Q4 V X 5 elif' rm S! ah, 'M Q B Y' K .-, T l' if X C First Row: Judith Ackerlund. Don Ahmer. Diane Ainslie. Patricia Allen. Paul Ander- son, Myron Appleyard, Charles Ardinger. Second Row: Eleanor Averill, Richard Bader. Nancy Baker. Howard Bakke. Carlotta Banach, Bob Barbour. Pat Barkei, Barb Barrett. Third Row: Richard Batts. Grayce Beck- way, Elaine Beier, Robert Bennett. Jon Benrud, Bonnie Benson. Jack Berg, Kathy Berg. Fourth Row: Bruce Bersted. Bonnie Bertok, Barbara Bevan. Art Beyer. Bill Bielinski, James Bjorgo. Tom Black. Bob Blanchard. First Row: Dave Buren, Diane Burger. Kathy Burkwest, Clyde Burnquist, Virginia Bussert, Keith Butterfield, Carol Bycroft. Karen Campbell.. Second Row: Sally Carl, Ann Carlisle, Joan Carlsen, Diane Carsello, Jim Carns. Sharon Chimes. Richard Cianciarulor. Claudia Cieciwa. Third Row: Paul Cirricione. Paul Clark, Jacqui Clarke, Janice Clausing, Robert Clausing. Bill Clerihan, Janet Cloud, Caron Coken Fourth Row: Marilyn Colburn, Loren Coleman. Barbara Conklin, David Conrad. Nancy Conrad, Ron Conrad, Carol Conroy. Jean Conroy. First Row: Jlm Conroy, Pat Corteen, Tom Coryell, Dave Cosman. Janet Cosrnen. Carol Cote. Douglas Curtis, Kent Danes. Seconil Row: Kathy Day, Barbara Dean, Dolores Dembinski, Nancy Deming, Judy Dempewolf. June Deu. Jack Deubel, Pat Ib.-Vitt. Third Row: Kenneth Dievall, Florence Dietrlck, Bruce Dobranskl, Bill Dodge. Rwbcrt Doerr, Joann Dornquast. John Double' Ron Drake, Fourth Row: Lorenzo Duran. Dave Ebert. Charles Edwards, Judy Elch, Chuck Elste, Cindy Pllterman, Kurt Engle, Lance Engle. '9' in I A . .rv it t 1 17 1 J First Row: Karen Gilmore, Pat Girvln, Jlll Giuliani, Marian Glade, Larry Glass, Frances Glodcn, Roger Goebbert, Ralph Gould. Second Row: Diane Graef, Pete Gregory. Ckorgia Grimes, Sharon Groh, Pat Gross, Kathy Grundhoefer, Marvin Haas, Ken Hadland. Third Row: Joanne Hadzima, Carol Hacgele, Gerald Haenggl, Marilyn Hag- berg, Dee Hager, George Hahn, June Hall, Ruth Hancock. Fourth Row: Bill Hanklcy, Neil Hansen, Pat Harman, B111 Hartel, Carol Hartwig, Bernie Harvel, Pam Haslam, Ronald Hatch. af'Wl Na, ...ll ','2Rm...w.f " . VI Q. fl' ' t i i , A la , H ' aw L' 4 X A 1 ,Qu at X ii A' D 1 XJ x. 34? J , gl gtk, I x 'N - 31 ,B Lt ,Q Q 'I "Uri A lj? ' t 55: M 9 A First. Row: Jim Erickson, Lois Erickson. Camle Esquivel. Robert Eve-nson, Jean Ewert, Fred Fisher, Karen Flack, Carolyn Fletcher. Second Row: Robin Fontaine, Mark Francisko- vich, Carol Freise, Ken Friker, William Frost, Frank Glades, Jan Galitz, Karl Gallee. Third Row: Roy Garr. Dennis Gaul, Robert Gehl, Don Gerken, Ed Gerrard, Mary Lou Ghera. Barbara Gillham, Meg Gillon. 0 . First Row: Jlm Conroy, Pat Corteen, Tom Coryell, Dave Cosman. Janet Cosrnen. Carol Cote. Douglas Curtis, Kent Danes. Seconil Row: Kathy Day, Barbara Dean, Dolores Dembinski, Nancy Deming, Judy Dempewolf. June Deu. Jack Deubel, Pat Ib.-Vitt. Third Row: Kenneth Dievall, Florence Dietrlck, Bruce Dobranskl, Bill Dodge. Rwbcrt Doerr, Joann Dornquast. John Double' Ron Drake, Fourth Row: Lorenzo Duran. Dave Ebert. Charles Edwards, Judy Elch, Chuck Elste, Cindy Pllterman, Kurt Engle, Lance Engle. '9' in I A . .rv it t 1 17 1 J First Row: Karen Gilmore, Pat Girvln, Jlll Giuliani, Marian Glade, Larry Glass, Frances Gloden, Roger Goebbert, Ralph Gould. Second Row: Diane Graef, Pete Gregory. Ckorgia Grimes, Sharon Groh, Pat Gross, Kathy Grundhoefer, Marvin Haas, Ken Hadland. Third Row: Joanne Hadzima, Carol Hacgele, Gerald Haenggl, Marilyn Hag- berg, Dee Hager, George Hahn, June Hall, Ruth Hancock. Fourth Row: Bill Hanklcy, Neil Hansen, Pat Harman, B111 Hartel, Carol Hartwig, Bernie Harvel, Pam Haslam, Ronald Hatch. af'Wl Na, ...ll ','2Rm...w.f " . VI Q. fl' ' t i i , A la , H ' aw L' 4 X A 1 ,Qu at X ii A' D 1 XJ x. 34? J , gl gtk, I x 'N - 31 ,B Lt ,Q Q 'I 'ami A lj? ' t 55: M 9 A First. Row: Jim Erickson, Lois Erickson. Camle Esquivel. Robert Eve-nson, Jean Ewert, Fred Fisher, Karen Flack, Carolyn Fletcher. Second Row: Robin Fontaine, Mark Francisko- vich, Carol Freise, Ken Friker, William Frost, Frank Glades, Jan Galitz, Karl Gallee. Third Row: Roy Garr. Dennis Gaul, Robert Gehl, Don Gerken, Ed Gerrard, Mary Lou Ghera. Barbara Gillham, Meg Gillon. 0 . 'X goin J Y Q First Row: Sally Jansen, Diane Janssen, Harold Jebens, Dennis Johnson, Janice Johnson, Judy Johnson, Mary Johnson, Mickey Johnson. Second Row: Ruth Ann Johnson, Diane Judy, Penny Kacena, Judy Katkus, Marlene Katz, Mike Kauffman, Diane Kawa, Evelyn Kay. Third Row: Roland Kehe, Judy Keppen, Raleigh Kick. Roy Kim, Betsy King, Betty Kirchoff, Rich Klagres, Jake Klamer. First Row: Dolores Haubenchild, Jon Hawkins, Richard Haworth, Dinah Haynes, Fred Hedemark, Sandy Hedstrom, Cathy Hefley, Alan Heimsoth. Second Row: Bill Hein, Rosemary Hein, Jeff Heintz, Ruth Hellwig, Tom Henkel, John Henning, Gay Henriksen, John Heppner. Third Row: Kathy Herr. Clyde Hertlein. Sue Hibbert, Yvonne Hinrichs, Peggy Hirons, Sallee Hirst, Ruth Hoehn, Ginny Holmes. Fourth Row: Steve Holst, Pam Huntley, Chuck Hurst, Marj Ibbotson, Angie Im- mordini, Jeff Inkley, Gail Isselhardt, Bill Jansen. First Row: Lynn Knight. Gail Knobloch. Donald Knoepfle, Nancy Knox, Diane Koceja, Susan Kochan, Judi Koelling, Joy Koenig. Second Row: Fred Koeppen, Ruth Ann Kohl, Fred Kolstad, Bill Koopman. Egon Kosel, Gerry Kouzmanoff, Tim Kozlowski, Charles Kransberger. Third Row: Mary Kraus, Richard Krejsa, Carole Kroencke, John Kruk. Phillip Kunz, Dave Kussow, Zeno Ladas, Tom Landmeier. Fourth Row: Evelyn Langguth, Larry Larson, Eva Lasch, Christine Laschok, Dolores Laz, Larry Leeper, Sandra Lemke. Karen Lenehan. 'X goin J Y Q First Row: Sally Jansen, Diane Janssen, Harold Jebens, Dennis Johnson, Janice Johnson, Judy Johnson, Mary Johnson, Mickey Johnson. Second Row: Ruth Ann Johnson, Diane Judy, Penny Kacena, Judy Katkus, Marlene Katz, Mike Kauffman, Diane Kawa, Evelyn Kay. Third Row: Roland Kehe, Judy Keppen, Raleigh Kick. Roy Kim, Betsy King, Betty Kirchoff, Rich Klagres, Jake Klamer. First Row: Dolores Haubenchild, Jon Hawkins, Richard Haworth, Dinah Haynes, Fred Hedemark, Sandy Hedstrom, Cathy Hefley, Alan Heimsoth. Second Row: Bill Hein, Rosemary Hein, Jeff Heintz, Ruth Hellwig, Tom Henkel, John Henning, Gay Henriksen, John Heppner. Third Row: Kathy Herr. Clyde Hertlein. Sue Hibbert, Yvonne Hinrichs, Peggy Hirons, Sallee Hirst, Ruth Hoehn, Ginny Holmes. Fourth Row: Steve Holst, Pam Huntley, Chuck Hurst, Marj Ibbotson, Angie Im- mordini, Jeff Inkley, Gail Isselhardt, Bill Jansen. First Row: Lynn Knight. Gail Knobloch. Donald Knoepfle, Nancy Knox, Diane Koceja, Susan Kochan, Judi Koelling, Joy Koenig. Second Row: Fred Koeppen, Ruth Ann Kohl, Fred Kolstad, Bill Koopman. Egon Kosel, Gerry Kouzmanoff, Tim Kozlowski, Charles Kransberger. Third Row: Mary Kraus, Richard Krejsa, Carole Kroencke, John Kruk. Phillip Kunz, Dave Kussow, Zeno Ladas, Tom Landmeier. Fourth Row: Evelyn Langguth, Larry Larson, Eva Lasch, Christine Laschok, Dolores Laz, Larry Leeper, Sandra Lemke. Karen Lenehan. First Row: Barb Liljequist. Janet Linne- mann, Tim Lonergan. Jim Long. Sherrie Long. Bonnie Loy, George Luedke. Jan Luc-th. Sc-cond Row: Patricia Lundstedt. Janet Lunsmann, John Lussow, Mike Lyons, Judy Lyslen. John iMacAllister, Sandra MacDonald, Lee Magnuson. Third Row: Pat Mahler. Carol Maisel. Judy Maitland, Simone Malchow, Carl Malone, Ginny Mann. Carol Manta, Roger Markay. Fourth Raw: Ron Marks, Janet Martini, Julie Marwedel, Judy Mayer, Tom McCord. John McDonald, Bonnle McGowean, Jeanne Medal. First Row: Chuck Morris, Don Moses, Barbara Muhly, Sara Muran, Christine Muscia, Walter Myers, Dolores Nearhood, Jesse Nehf. Second Row: Ellen Nelson. Jay Nelson, Greg Neubauer, Charles Neumann, William Neurauter, Dennis Niemann, Darlene Nil- son, Tom Nlnow. Third Row: Don Nordtvedt, Audrey Oakley. Jeanne Oeasek, Mary O'Connell. Tina O'Day, Bruce Oehlerlng, Pat O'Gorman, William Oldakcr. Fourth Row: Jerry Olson, Bob O'Neil, George Opsahl, Jim Pacelli, Bernadine Page, Jim Page, Janice Palmer, Pat Parke. N -R: ...,.,, . -mil 2 .J 11.5 V' ,,..,, , .. ri.-. , , ,cava , wi i' 4 , I 2. mi: fa . J' is K ,J Q X Hn K1 A ,M 1 1 ii In as .. . arm? f A W w : -an 54" , .6 5-was ff -j'f-an - ' ' if 2 M Q gf 1, .1 ., 4 .Sa .,. , QM- si 5 'N th I A 1 ' 1 5, 3, X ia w 4 - fe j -if . Q, I ' 1 a.. if - M A W 6 af Q A sw r , 'Il '5' x ll 2' 4 ...B if ,,,l.,'5i '44 , I H1- ll + r we ' i-M-' af :is L aff' 1 I A el he tilt. . , . E. 9 -- Q -3 . ' is '51 i '4 VW W" " we-:2 525' as, Q ,, '35-iii y -' " . ,:,. ' xx H If if ia. - s el? ,A , ' l . J" wg 5 x Q 9' -J. it . 1 J ' ! ,Q 1 Q N.. First Row: Jim Meehan. Nancy Mees, Dave Meller, Frank Meyer, Helen Meyer, Karen Meyer, Tony Meyer, Judy Michaels. Second Row: Judy Michelson, Martin Mlelke. Judy Mihalek, Leroy Mlller, Nancy Miller. Richard Miller, Pat Mills, Ralph Mllman. Third Row: Toni Mlnettl, John Mockenhaupt, Jeanne Modjeske, Leigh Moore, Nancy Moore. Ralph Moravec-, Gary Moreland, Arthur Morgan. if: First Row: Barb Liljequist. Janet Linne- mann, Tim Lcnergan. Jim Long. Sherrie Long. Bonnie Loy, George Luedke. Jan Luc-th. Sc-cond Row: Patricia Lundstedt. Janet Lunsmann, John Lussow, Mike Lyons, Judy Lyslen. John iMacAllister, Sandra MacDonald, Lee Magnuson. Third Row: Pat Mahler. Carol Maisel. Judy Maitland, Simone Malchow, Carl Malone, Ginny Mann. Carol Manta, Roger Markay. Fourth Raw: Ron Marks, Janet Martini, Julie Marwedel, Judy Mayer, Tom McCord. John McDonald, Bonnle McGowean, Jeanne Medal. First Row: Chuck Morris, Don Moses, Barbara Muhly, Sara Muran, Christine Muscia, Walter Myers, Dolores Nearhood, Jesse Nehf. Second Row: Ellen Nelson. Jay Nelson, Greg Neubauer, Charles Neumann, William Neurauter, Dennis Niemann, Darlene Nil- son, Tom Nlnow. Third Row: Don Nordtvedt, Audrey Oakley. Jeanne Oeasek, Mary O'Connell. Tina O'Day, Bruce Oehlerlng, Pat O'Gorman, William Oldakcr. Fourth Row: Jerry Olson, Bob O'Neil, George Opsahl, Jim Pacelli, Bernadine Page, Jim Page, Janice Palmer, Pat Parke. N -R: ...,.,, . -mil 2 .J 11.5 V' ,,..,, , .. ri.-. , , ,cava , wi i' 4 , I 2. mi: fa . J' is K ,J Q X Hn K1 A ,M 1 1 ii In as .. . arm? f A W w : -an 54" , .6 5-was ff -j'f-an - ' ' if 2 M Q gf 1, .1 .e 4 .Sa .,. , QM- si 5 'N th I A 1 ' 1 5, 3, X ia w 4 - fa j -if . Q, I ' 1 a.. if - M A W 6 af Q A sw r , 'Il '5' x ll 2' 4 ...B if ,,,l.,'5i '44 , I H1- ll + r we ' i-M-' af :ir L aff' 1 I A el 'iw tilt. . , . E. 9 -- Q -3 . ' is '51 i '4 VW W" " was-:2 525' as, Q ,, '35-iii y -' " . ,:,. ' xx H If if ia. - s al? ,A , ' l . J" wg 5 x Q 9' -J. it . 1 J ' ! ,Q 1 Q N.. First Row: Jim Meehan. Nancy Mees, Dave Meller, Frank Meyer, Helen Meyer, Karen Meyer, Tony Meyer, Judy Michaels. Second Row: Judy Michelson, Martin Mlelke. Judy Mihalek, Leroy Mlller, Nancy Miller. Richard Miller, Pat Mills, Ralph Mllman. Third Row: Toni Mlnettl, John Mockenhaupt, Jeanne Modjeske, Leigh Moore, Nancy Moore. Ralph Moravec-, Gary Moreland, Arthur Morgan. if: 0 A f I , -- 7 f f M P 5 ' J -"if - J J., W s ,W is eq ,tell wari i+,H Jef ,' ts- xs - Pfam, , 3 ax: is , 'S it f.-fg ' H ,. N, . . X . 1 A .H P. i ' mv , J, 75 Q , " 'ny 5 E M I - A, - J I Ia , I . , Q I 'fs f E S . J. - li ,S 5 s 'S isis First Row: Sandra Reilly, Tom Reinsma, Don Rich, Bill Richter, Frances Richter, Ann Ritchie. William Roach, Sheila Roberts. Su-nnil Row: Tom Roberts, Lynn Rodewald, Fred Roeck, Barb Roeske, Carole Roeske, Leon- ard Roeslvr, Jan Rogozinski, Deanna Rolfs. Third Row: Susan Rosa, Roger Rosene, Dale Rothenbergcr, Roy Rousseau, Jim Rozek, Deck Rudolph, Mary Rumpf, Charles Rush. af Q, HR? w J S ,,,, , -i s ,,': .ff is , , J P J ,- Qll Hit . S ,. ... .. i -fi Q l ,. - 1 f xl it .Sli . . . ., , , , ' - Q , W . Uri" ' . qi V I M, b'ss 3 sis i iiff sise ei 'aaa gi. R .x Q V K A . First Row: John Parkin. Nancy Parson, Pat Pastor, Dwight Pate, Ross Paterson, Joan Pauly, Joan Pedersen, Paul Peters. Second Row: Dotty Petersen, Lynda Peterson, Sandra Peterson. Joan Petkus, Roy Petterson. Sylvia Pfeffer, Phyllis Phillips, Warren Phillips. Third Row: Anne Pietrolonardo, Penny Pipkin, Dick Plambeck, Robin Posselt, Caren Potts, Karen Prahl, Jeff Pratt, Alan Purvis. Fourth Row: Joe Putz, Russ Pyle, Richard Rascher, Babs Rasmussen, Dan Raupp. Bill Read, Carol Rehm, Phyllis Reinhard. 4 .,,, X V K 2 f i J 'I' 1 f aa sfi i i P is Q 1 ae,sl S-4, ease, g - S - S .. 3 F . , , , 5 ,K K 5 at ' "'i 1 ci' .. . me ' V aaafs S F , gag Q , i f "" f ' 1 " 1 " MH .. - .. kg , ,L . W i Ag Y. A .ll i H ., . " 'L , W P , area PP, a ea ,,, aaa s Q 1 ,F Lia i , , ,- Q -W sss, so J J P ltil J ' , ' . . if " ' 'sf A I as ' l ., ' . Val ,,,,, if s P if 1 ,,'V I . tra" .A fl' ' --f if-1,:.:: f.7::" 3 f , ,: . , ff 'il fscsf Q esctfc I sal if , e,sassysref , .ew ' ,' 1 x 9 1 4' at Q First Row: Terry Ryan, Lois Ryg, Perry Sandeen, Al Sander, Sharon Sass, Alwin Sasse, George Sawyer, Jim Sayre Second Row: Bob Sbarbaro, Deana Schae- fer, Donna Schanmier, Carl Scharringhau- sen, Larry Scharringhausen, Myrna Schar- ringhausen, Skip Schiel, Daniel Schmel- Chel. Third Row: Richard Schmidt, Judy Schmoyer, Tom Schoen, Carol Schoenfeld, Bob Schoepke, Dave Schreiber, Ronald Schroeder, Jean Schuctte. Fourth Row: Terry Schuetz, Bob W. Schultz, Rita Schumacher, Lynnae Schum- mer, Tom Schutz, Ronnie Schwartz, Kathy Schwarz, Kenneth Schwarz. 0 A f I , -- 7 f f M P 5 ' J -"if - J J., W s ,W is vs - Pfam, , 3 ax: is , 'S it f.-fg ' H ,. N, . . X . 1 A .H P. i ' mv , J, 75 Q , " 'ny 5 E M I - A, - J I Ia , I . , Q I 'fs f E S . J. - li ,S 5 s 'S isis First Row: Sandra Reilly, Tom Reinsma, Don Rich, Bill Richter, Frances Richter, Ann Ritchie. William Roach, Sheila Roberts. Su-nnil Row: Tom Roberts, Lynn Rodewald, Fred Roeck, Barb Roeske, Carole Roeske, Leon- ard Roeslvr, Jan Rogozinski, Deanna Rolfs. Third Row: Susan Rosa, Roger Rosene, Dale Rothenbergcr, Roy Rousseau, Jim Rozek, Deck Rudolph, Mary Rumpf, Charles Rush. af Q, HR? w J S ,,,, , -i s ,,': .ff is , , J P J ,- Qll it S ,. ... .. i -ff 1 W l ,. - 1 f xl it .Sli . . . ., , , , ' - Q , W . Uri" ' . qi V I M, b'ss 3 ef ei F is . , o , J First Row: John Parkin. Nancy Parson, Pat Pastor, Dwight Pate, Ross Paterson, Joan Pauly, Joan Pedersen, Paul Peters. Second Row: Dotty Petersen, Lynda Peterson, Sandra Peterson. Joan Petkus, Roy Petterson. Sylvia Pfeffer, Phyllis Phillips, Warren Phillips. Third Row: Anne Pietrolonardo, Penny Pipkin, Dick Plambeck, Robin Posselt, Caren Potts, Karen Prahl, Jeff Pratt, Alan Purvis. Fourth Row: Joe Putz, Russ Pyle, Richard Rascher, Babs Rasmussen, Dan Raupp. Bill Read, Carol Rehm, Phyllis Reinhard. J - .,,, X , ws, K W ii. 2 , Ag jj 1 -I ', i i J P is ,Q P- - es, S so , r, .. 3 F . 4, , , . 5 ,K K 5 ,iii ' "'e , 1 if ,., . .rs ' in , i f "" f ' Z 'P i " .. 'X -'E' .. kg , ,L . W i Ag Y. A .ll i H ., . " 'P , WP , PP, , , i , , ,- Q -W sss, so J J P ltil J ' , ' - - 'gf " ' 'K A I -as ' I ., ' . ta ,,,r,,l gf s P " 1 ,,V' f . tra" .A fl' ' --f if-1,:.:: f.7::" 3 f , ,: . , ff 'il f if are me ' 1 1 fi, s , .ew ' ,' 1 x 9 1 4' at Q First Row: Terry Ryan, Lois Ryg, Perry Sandeen, Al Sander, Sharon Sass, Alwin Sasse, George Sawyer, Jim Sayre Second Row: Bob Sbarbaro, Deana Schae- fer, Donna Schanmier, Carl Scharringhau- sen, Larry Scharringhausen, Myrna Schar- ringhausen, Skip Schiel, Daniel Schmel- Chel. Third Row: Richard Schmidt, Judy Schmoyer, Tom Schoen, Carol Schoenfeld, Bob Schoepke, Dave Schreiber, Ronald Schroeder, Jean Schuctte. Fourth Row: Terry Schuetz, Bob W. Schultz, Rita Schumacher, Lynnae Schum- mer, Tom Schutz, Ronnie Schwartz, Kathy Schwarz, Kenneth Schwarz. First Row: Betty Schweigerclt, Steve Scdlak, Grace Seffens, Wayne Serbln. John Setzer. Al Seyler. Eleanor Shanley, Robert Shannon. su-und Row: Steph Sheets. Larry Shell. Jim Sherman, Jim Sherwood, Sue Shogren. liarh Sieeh, Lynn Simpson, Cliff Skarr. Third Row: Don Slonecker, Judy Smith. Vlary Smith. Melissa Smith. Sandra Smith. Gary Snell, Dave Soenksen, Douglas Soren- SON. Fourth Row: Ginny Sowinski. Kay Splcer. John Spiezak, Joan Splitberger, Virginia Stach, Lynn Staclell. Margie Stafford. Ellen Steinml-ter. . 1 V , . V . 1 . K.. .. JF . 7 f' . . W., 5 H- ww 5 Vw Q H' ' 1 L Q ., ex , .. . A , is -Q' an If Ak X Y F A K . ,... . 14 X Lg t.!a,,,1 .- A -. ,xv , Q -- . -rf , f g '- me 5' A it y ig T 2- T ,'-' .Q . Tl., X ' V 1 X S as l :rw ' .f , ri ,- A 4. .dx ' F A ' . ..,. I .X V , w i : I .L E 'A T First lww: Art Tews, Lois Thoma, Patrick Thoms, Mike Tierney, John Torrens, Joan Trader, Jim Traver, Bob Trinka. Second Row: Bette Truelsen, Roger Uhl- horn, Ken Ulbrich, George Vanelek, Claire Vander Vort, Alan Van Dyke, Judi Van Note, Dave Varnado. Third Row: Bob Voigt, Carol Volkmann, Lew Von Almen, Tom Von Boeckmann, Karen Vork. Robert Wagner, Ed Wahl, Robert Wake. Fourth Row: Bill Walden. Debby Walker. Andy Wallor, Dennis Walters, Mike Warnecke, Melinda Watt. Ruth Webster, Lorie VVeidn0I'. ..,. ' me 4, - -13. Lui .-:,,, . -a. .ul . it , .r- . . ,?' 55- . Cv .I S q g 'L 1 If .F ,, v 1 Q 1 N 1 f . 1 g 1 K Y L., ., 'ff' 1 ' , ,K . It f S X J 1 . 'IQ k r Y If rw LI? if ? 1 I 43?-0... f 5' ' M ' ,aa- if Q, s 5 " " x 1 in 'Q N V , ' ' ? -' at t " f at " f' A Q L ' Q A . - get .... , J .. .el J. '5.1: at .',:b , .h Nami .-,I,,l:,y. . Hg V lag?-IW it Y 5 1 sz " ,. ww- l , nh ,X -wa. P. t. fn. . .V A i I . .' f ,M le' Q: , ,,.- , I fi in . V IEE- V .Q ' f ' i'i"'i Fill' if - S. t J .... e ' ' V t VI.: f.f"'z ., 'Q H V ' v :V ' K ' ,,, its 155352 .Eg N . Q ? M , '- ' 'f',. . ,N Hua' f Um., F2 4 YZF' First Row: Judy Sternal, Sue Stevens. Tom Stewart. Betty Stiefbold, 1-'red Stlerle, Bruee Stine, Juanita Stolley, Jim Straus. Second Row: Kathy Stroniherg, Judy Stump, George Suvhomski, Jean Sulllvan, Trudy Sum- mers, Bob Sunko. Joyce Swanson, Marilue Swanson. Third Row: Paul Syoen. Barbara Szymansky, Sue Tabaeik. Bob Taggart, Faye Tagtmeler, Kathleen Tavlor. Roheria Taylor, Petzgy Terry. 3- ' lu' 'E' if 'Q'-ig' .- XX S 4 A ' .1 so gl Q.. Q K - . ,. hr. vw ,W Wt V Q' . . l 3 l ihj s 'ln' 'I I O V A First Row: Betty Schweigerclt, Steve Scdlak, Grace Seffens, Wayne Serbln. John Setzer. Al Seyler. Eleanor Shanley, Robert Shannon. su-und Row: Steph Sheets. Larry Shell. Jim Sherman, Jim Sherwood, Sue Shogren. liarh Sieeh, Lynn Simpson, Cliff Skarr. Third Row: Don Slonecker, Judy Smith. Vlary Smith. Melissa Smith. Sandra Smith. Gary Snell, Dave Soenksen, Douglas Soren- SON. Fourth Row: Ginny Sowinski. Kay Splcer. John Spiezak, Joan Splitberger, Virginia Stach, Lynn Staclell. Margie Stafford. Ellen Steinml-ter. . 1 V , . V . 1 . K.. .. JF . 7 f' . . W., 5 H- ww 5 Vw Q H' ' 1 L Q ., ex , .. . A , is -Q' an If Ak X Y F A K . ,... . 14 X Lg t.!a,,,1 .- A -. ,xv , Q -- . -rf , f g '- me 5' A it y ig T 2- T ,'-' .Q . Tl., X ' V 1 X S as l :rw ' .f , ri ,- A 4. .dx ' F A ' . ..,. I .X V , w i : I .L E 'A T First lww: Art Tews, Lois Thoma, Patrick Thoms, Mike Tierney, John Torrens, Joan Trader, Jim Traver, Bob Trinka. Second Row: Bette Truelsen, Roger Uhl- horn, Ken Ulbrich, George Vanelek, Claire Vander Vort, Alan Van Dyke, Judi Van Note, Dave Varnado. Third Row: Bob Voigt, Carol Volkmann, Lew Von Almen, Tom Von Boeckmann, Karen Vork. Robert Wagner, Ed Wahl, Robert Wake. Fourth Row: Bill Walden. Debby Walker. Andy Wallor, Dennis Walters, Mike Warnecke, Melinda Watt. Ruth Webster, Lorie VVeidn0I'. ..,. ' me 4, - -13. Lui .-:,,, . -a. .ul . it , .r- . . ,?' 55- . Cv .I S q g 'L 1 If .F ,, v 1 Q 1 N 1 f . 1 g 1 K Y L., ., 'ff' 1 ' , ,K . It f S X J 1 . 'IQ k r Y If rw LI? if ? 1 I 43?-0... f 5' ' M ' ,aa- if Q, s 5 " " x 1 in 'Q N V , ' ' ? -' at t " f at " f' A Q L ' Q A . - get .... , J .. .el J. '5.1: at .',:b , .h Nami .-,I,,l:,y. . Hg V lag?-IW it Y 5 1 sz " ,. ww- l , nh ,X -wa. P. t. fn. . .V A i I . .' f ,M le' Q: , ,,.- , I fi in . V IEE- V .Q ' f ' i'i"'i Fill' if - S. t J .... e ' ' V t VI.: f.f"'z ., 'Q H V ' v :V ' K ' ,,, its 155352 .Eg N . Q ? M , '- ' 'f',. . ,N Hua' f Um., F2 4 YZF' First Row: Judy Sternal, Sue Stevens. Tom Stewart. Betty Stiefbold, 1-'red Stlerle, Bruee Stine, Juanita Stolley, Jim Straus. Second Row: Kathy Stroniherg, Judy Stump, George Suvhomski, Jean Sulllvan, Trudy Sum- mers, Bob Sunko. Joyce Swanson, Marilue Swanson. Third Row: Paul Syoen. Barbara Szymansky, Sue Tabaeik. Bob Taggart, Faye Tagtmeler, Kathleen Tavlor. Roheria Taylor, Petzgy Terry. 3- ' lu' 'E' if 'Q'-ig' .- XX S 4 A ' .1 so gl Q.. Q K - . ,. hr. vw ,W Wt V Q' . . l 3 l ihj s 'ln' 'I I O V A e - 12? il?-w : ' ' ' ' "" In .vw f 1 --s f f N' Q- our o t' 5' Q is ' oies it .l. -W: ,. W' -L it " f- " H ' r First Row: Norbert. Weidner, Jon Weisen- ig " 'W' bach, Tom Weller, Sandra VVesley. Ralph - Y QF . , l , Westberg, Sue Westerlund, Ed Whiteluw. 1, f l 'aaa is I i In -"- - ' 1. Don Wilkes. lvl- A. . , .. fag W - 'ef' L, 1 V N J " ' ff'-l H- Q .V s Q , ,,' H 7 l"'35f jj. Q smmd now: Karen Wllle, Judy Willer, :il-'15 . Q - " ' if -3 Barbara. C. VVilson, Barbara Wilson, Mark 1 f fl' W e j Withey, Kay Witter, Barbara Wolf, Ellen if , Third Row: Frank Woodruff, Jerry J V ,, ls' Wrobel. Judy Wrysinski. Pat Wuestenfcld. . A r.. V VV y Rick Yagzer, Tip Yager, Douglas Yates. L, N I A E ,. K : ,. 5 l . Hob Zadrzivf-tx. it , , " ' ,l l ", ia -1-- i f Fourth Row: Marilyn Zbilski, Dwight ' of l k ' i 1' N--,fr ',-l-l Q is ,1 Zeman, Ron Zemba, Dave Zimmerman, , t - V ' I lla . A Julianne Zimmerman, Gloria Zorn. Cary I 4 - M W -1 - Harting. VV2llter Loy, Sfeady Sindy xjfadiis Book laden. llltrried, and glassy-eyed from lark of sleep was the junior, working late one night to finish the outline due in American history. being up late the next night to finish the English theme which was postponed un- til the last lninllte. Work was the key to the junior year. With graduation only at year away, work was harder and grades more ilnportant. Typical of junior classes was Alneriean history, Z1 re- quired Course in which students had to pass at test on the United States and Illinois eonstitutions, the Declaration of Independence, and flag' etiquette. Also required was Eng- lish III. Many juniors also took a foreign lilllgllilgfh The third year science course for juniors was chemistry, and various math courses were also available. Shorthand xnd typing were offered to the students in business eduezitvi rl. F l l4x' ll . X ,Ml t Qlxll V , , ,XV X , l 4 A 54 f 'X ll l f . XX 1 - ll x ' My . y , 1.2 . 153. , ,'e.,T. l if fs fl : Shorthand students sueh as Carol Volkman take a short eut to seen tzlrilll sue:-ess in nn Arlington High Sehoqil business edueation eoursl e - 12? il?-w : ' ' ' ' "" In .vw f 1 --s f f N' Q- our o t' 5' Q is ' oies it .l. -W: ,. W' -L it " f- " H ' r First Row: Norbert. Weidner, Jon Weisen- ig " 'W' bach, Tom Weller, Sandra VVesley. Ralph - Y QF . , l , Westberg, Sue Westerlund, Ed Whiteluw. 1, f l 'aaa is I i In -"- - ' 1. Don Wilkes. lvl- A. . , .. fag W - 'ef' L, 1 V N J " ' ff'-l H- Q .V s Q , ,,' H 7 l"'35f jj. Q smmd now: Karen Wllle, Judy Willer, :il-'15 . Q - " ' if -3 Barbara. C. VVilson, Barbara Wilson, Mark 1 f fl' W e j Withey, Kay Witter, Barbara Wolf, Ellen if , Third Row: Frank Woodruff, Jerry J V ,, ls' Wrobel. Judy Wrysinski. Pat Wuestenfcld. . A r.. V VV y Rick Yagzer, Tip Yager, Douglas Yates. L, N I A E ,. K : ,. 5 l . Hob Zadrzivf-tx. it , , " ' ,l l ", ia -1-- i f Fourth Row: Marilyn Zbilski, Dwight ' of l k ' i 1' N--,fr ',-l-l Q is ,1 Zeman, Ron Zemba, Dave Zimmerman, , t - V ' I lla . A Julianne Zimmerman, Gloria Zorn. Cary I 4 - M W -1 - Harting. VV2llter Loy, Sfeady Sindy xjfadiis Book laden. llltrried, and glassy-eyed from lark of sleep was the junior, working late one night to finish the outline due in American history. being up late the next night to finish the English theme which was postponed un- til the last lninllte. Work was the key to the junior year. With graduation only at year away, work was harder and grades more ilnportant. Typical of junior classes was Alneriean history, Z1 re- quired Course in which students had to pass at test on the United States and Illinois eonstitutions, the Declaration of Independence, and flag' etiquette. Also required was Eng- lish III. Many juniors also took a foreign lilllgllilgfh The third year science course for juniors was chemistry, and various math courses were also available. Shorthand xnd typing were offered to the students in business eduezitvi rl. F l l4x' ll . X ,Ml t Qlxll V , , ,XV X , l 4 A 54 f 'X ll l f . XX 1 - ll x ' My . y , 1.2 . 153. , ,'e.,T. l if fs fl : Shorthand students sueh as Carol Volkman take a short eut to seen tzlrilll sue:-ess in nn Arlington High Sehoqil business edueation eoursl b-L W" 'W' ,.....- . r npr ,..,..f 1-www ....--. .0 M' -w vn- --nn, '-ann K-or ml r!ifl I mln in rl:-M-1'xv lhis'."' A1lx'zum'4-cl zllpis-hm sluriwnt Iflfl 1.1 rrnrvl In-lmmrxs hu Izllv :lx 111- I:u'kI1-5 :ln 1-xp'-4'rzlll5 Ira:-ky prwhlx-m, HIM lH:u'l4 tsnkm In-1' ,XINl'I'il'1lll liislnrj' sturivnls Szmfly I's-ls-P51111 zx .lim S211-Vmrnn fm 5ll'i'!IIIIlIIlI'fI IuLlr':nr'n1lnrl Ihr- xxwrlcl in sixty we-11111 'I'4'NIiI1Lf, lm-sling, mm--lxx'n-llnww, In-sling, 'lwstirmg fur an-ici :und hum lx lun llzxwkilus JIIIXUDLISIX :lXHliIil1y4 rw-sulls ul' his 1-In-mixI1'5 1-xgu rim nl b-L W" 'W' ,.....- . r npr ,..,..f 1-www ....--. .0 M' -w vn- --nn, '-ann K-or ml r!ifl I mln in rl:-M-1'xv lhis'."' A1lx'zum'4-cl zllpis-hm sluriwnt Iflfl 1.1 rrnrvl In-lmmrxs hu Izllv :lx 111- I:u'kI1-5 :ln 1-xp'-4'rzlll5 Ira:-ky prwhlx-m, HIM lH:u'l4 tsnkm In-1' ,XINl'I'il'1lll liislnrj' sturivnls Szmfly I's-ls-P51111 zx .lim S211-Vmrnn fm 5ll'i'!IIIIlIIlI'fI IuLlr':nr'n1lnrl Ihr- xxwrlcl in sixty we-11111 'I'4'NIiI1Lf, lm-sling, mm--lxx'n-llnww, In-sling, 'lwstirmg fur an-ici :und hum lx lun llzxwkilus JIIIXUDLISIX :lXHliIil1y4 rw-sulls ul' his 1-In-mixI1'5 1-xgu rim nl 135553 If ,rf if ff fi hfiwif if if 1 ii 1. , 4, ,.. 4 Q., 135553 If ,rf if ff fi hfiwif if if 1 ii 1. , 4, ,.. 4 Q., Senior Board Fourth Row: Hob VVt'lll11ill'1, llztnny Crt-t-o, .Ioyt't- Olson, t':1r-ol XVt-tit-. Hrt-ndu Rudolph, Surat Juni- 'I't-rbt-ll, Nztnt-y Wit-hrnun. 'l'hirtI Row: John Pt-tt-rst-n, Rtty Hur-ft-ind, St-ott Atlttnr, lVllll'lj' tlrt-on, lit-rniv Lulor, Kit-hurd Hokt-, St-irtt-tl Row: Marry .I:rnt- Shulst-. llizltm Blost-, Sandy Powt-ll, Fyndy Long. Ibizrnt- llzrily, Mr, XVIlilt-sitlt-. First Row: Kathy Millt-r, Dizrnzi Kt-lly, Jttdit- Fitz-I':itrit-k, Vit-ki Mogrt-n, Linder Clt-int-ns 99 CIM of 1958 - "Ulm 'Pride 0 04 . "l-fl-5-8, llllllls tht- yt-ur wt- grztdtiutt-f' was whzrt tht-y hard sung through yt-urs of English tt-sts, biology qttixxt-s. Imuskt-tlmll gzunt-s :intl tnrnzthottt dz1nt't-s, but littlt- did tht-y rtuilivt- that tht- long ztwztitt-d yt-ur would urrivt- so soon, ln tht- spring ol 1957 tht-y t-lt-t'lt-d tht-ir St-nior class oll'it't-rs: .Iohn l't-tt-rst-n, prt-sidt-nt: lNIztrty Crt-t-n, virt- prt-sitlt-ntg Kttthy Millt-r, st-t-rt-turyg und lliztnt- Dailt-y. lrt-ztstirt-r, lint tht-y wt-rv still .luniors. 'l'ht-n txtnrt- .IllIll' and vzrttzition, Many ol' tht- Scniors- to-ho lit-gun to study t'ollt-go rzitulogttt-s und visit t'ollt-gc cznnptist-s, vllllt'l't'1lllZllllOIllN'gL1Il to dawn. lVht-n tht- first day ol' school Cillllt' tht-y zrssutnt-d tht-ir rolt-s :rs tht- "Crt-ut Sugt-s" of Arlington. Although tht-y XN't'I't' dt-priyt-tl ol tht- t'on1pttny ol' tht- Fl't'SllIIli'I'l, thvrt- wt-rt- still tht- Sophoinort-s :intl 'Iuniors to look up to tht-xn. As tht- yt-nr tinlioldt-d it st-t-int-d no dilift-rt-nt from otht-r yt-airs. lhtt tht-n tuunt- l'l0IIlt'COIlllIlg. 'l'ht-y saw Howit- lit-rg. who was in tht-ir Sophoznort- world history t-lass, and April Mztrn. who wzts in ll1l'll' .Innior English t-lass, rt-igning as King und Qut-t-n, It all St'l'IIl0Cf inipossilmlt-. 'I'ht-n Cmnt- Clhristnrzts und tht-ir lust Christlnus Bull. as studt-nts of AHS. lht- linztl wt-t-ks ol school wt-rv wondt-rlttl ont-s. Iht-y sung tht-ir t'l:1ss song for tht- lust tinlt-3 tht-n donut-d tht-ir tops :intl gowns, sztitl ll lt-w words of l'!lC0lll'2lgl'Il1C'I1l to nt-xt yl'lll'YS St-niors. und hid L1 linzrl lzrrt-wt-ll to Arlington High. of .,-I Side by sidt- in all kinds of wt-utht-r nrt- st-nior offit-t-rs Marty tirt-t-n. Diztnt- Iluily, John Pt-tt-rson, Kathy Millt-r, :intl .Ianni-s 'l'innnt-rrnztn. 57 Senior Board Fourth Row: Hob VVt'lll11ill'1, llzrnny Circ-co, .Ioyvv Olson, t':1rol XVL-df-. Bri-ndu Rudolph, Sum Jann 'I'orbtrlI, Nzrnvy Wivhrnxrn. 'l'hiriI Row: John Pt-torsun, Ruy Hurfm-ind, Sc-oil Adam, Marty lil'l't'll, Iivrnii- Lulor, liivhurd Hokc-, Sm-inte-d Row: Marry Juni- Shulsv. llizlmr Blosc, Sandy Powt-ll, Fyndy Long. Ibizrm- llzrily, Mr, XVIHI4-sidt-. First Row: Kathy Millvr, Dizrnzi Kr-lly, .Indio Fitz-I':ilrh'k, Vic-ki Mogrt-n, Linder C'lornt-ns 99 CIM of 1958 - "Ulm 'Pride 0 04 . "l-fl-5-8, llllllls tliv your wt- gl'2lClllGlIl'.,, was whzrt thc-y hard sung lhrougli yours of English tvsts, biology quixxvs. Imuskc-tlmll g2lIlll'S :ind tnrnzrhoul dzrnccs, but liltlv did thvy rm-zilivv that tht' long zrwztitt-d your would urrivm- so soon, ln tht- spring ol 1957 thx-y t-lt-ctvrl llll'll' Scnior class oll'ic'm-rs: .Iohn l,K'lt'l'Sl'Il, pri-sid:-nt: hlzirty Crm-n, yifv pri-sich-nl: Kathy Milli-r, Sl'l'I't'llll'y1 und llizrnm- Dailvy. lI't'llSlIl'l'l', lint llll'y wvrv still .luniors. 'l,llt'I1 filllll' .Innv and vzutzition, Many ol' tht- Scniors- to-ho lwgixn to study vollvgc' c'zitulogiu's und visit tolli-gc' czrrriprisvs, Vlllll' I't'1lllZllllOIl lwgun to dawn. lVh4-n tht' lirsl day ol' school cztnit- thc-y zrssuinvd their rolvs :rs tht- "Uri-ut Sugt-s" of Arlington. Although thvy worm- d1'prix'4'd ol tht- Colnpuny ol' tht- Fl'l'SllIIlt'I'l, thvrt' worm- still thc- Sophoinorvs :ind 'Iuniors to look up to tha-xn. As tht- your nnlioldvd it sw-1114-cl no clilillvlrlit from othvr yt-airs. lint thvn fauna' l'l0IIlK'COIlllIlg. 'llwy saw Howiv Borg. who was in thvir Sophoznora- world history class, and April Mzrrn. who wzrs in thvir .Innior English Class, rc-igning as King und Que-mi, It all sm-111011 inipossilmlv. 'I'hvn Cmnt' Cllrristnrzrs und thc-ir larsl Cliristlnus Bull. as stud:-nts of AHS. lhc' lllllll wc-1-ks ol school wore' wondvrlul onvs. Ihvy sung tht-ir floss song for tht- lust tinlc: the-n donncd thvir cups and gowns, said ll low words of t'!lC0lll'2lgl'Il1C'I1l to next yl'lll'YS Svniors. und hid L1 linzrl lzrrc-wt-ll to Arlington High. of .,-I Side by sidt- in all kinds of woulhor uri- sonior offit-ors Marty Hn-1-ri. Dizmo Iluily, John Pots-rson, Kzrlhy Milli-r, und .Ianni-s 'l'innm-rrnzrn. 57 Svolt Adam James Aksamif Arlr-on All-si Gloriann Allison Sheila Altvattel' John Amar John And:-rson Carol Anderson Pm-to Andvrson Bob Anderson Pat Angvloff L1-P Ask:-lo ssl' .L Karon link:-r Susan liall Linda Barnard Gail Barron Iillgra-Ile lianvr Joy Baum Q G1-orgv F, B1-ash-y Blary Beaurline Ronald Bork:-r Thomas Bohm Erwin Behrens Jun:-t B4-hre Howard lie-rg.: Rohn-rt Bc-rg Barbara Berglnann Bob Be-rscha-t John Best Julie Ann Bil-df Svolt Adam James Aksamif Arlr-on All-si Gloriann Allison Sheila Altvattel' John Amar John And:-rson Carol Anderson Pm-to Andvrson Bob Anderson Pat Angvloff L1-P Ask:-lo ssl' .L Karon link:-r Susan liall Linda Barnard Gail Barron Iillgra-Ile lianvr Joy Baum Q G1-orgv F, B1-ash-y Blary Beaurline Ronald Bork:-r Thomas Bohm Erwin Behrens Jun:-t B4-hre Howard lie-rg.: Rohn-rt Bc-rg Barbara Berglnann Bob Be-rscha-t John Best Julie Ann Bil-dc om Amberg Lars Andersen linda Bahr John Baker 'at Baumet Nancy Bear avid Beigel Norma Beisler Ann Bielinski Bruce Bjorklund Scottllnderwood Adam: A Cappella Choir 4: Dramatlcs 1.2,3,4: National Thespian Society 2,3,4: Wrestling 1.2.3. Manager 4: "A" Club 3.4: Class Board 2,3,4: CARDINAL 2,4: HEIGHTS 1. James Aksamit: Transferred from Chicago, Illinols, as a senior. Arleen Alesi: G.A.A. 1,2.3: Teacher's Secretary 1.2: Lockerguard 3: Gym Leader 3: Mlxed Chorus 2: Transferred from Chicago, Illinois, as a senior. Gloriann Allison: Pep Club 1.2.3,4: Spanish Club 3: Leaders Class 4: Girls Intramurals 1: G.R.A. 3.4, Intramural Chairman 4: Freshman Girls Chorus: Treble Clef 2.3: Student Councll 1. Sheila Diane Altvatter: Offlce Guide 3.4. John Amann: Track 1: Wrestling 1.2,3.4: Hall Guide 3. Tom Amberg: Basketball 1: Boys Intramurals 1.2: Soccer 2: Dunbar Exchange Representative 3: Science Club 1.2: German Club 2: Transferred from Chicago, Illinois, as a junior. Lars Andersen: Hall Guide 2: German Club 2: Football 2: Mixed Chorus 3: Baseball 3: A Cap- pella Choir 4: Transferred from Chicago. Illinois, as a sophomore. John Anderson: Basketball 1,2.3.4: Baseball 1.2,3.4: Cross Country 1.2.3.4: "A" Club 3.4: Na- tional Honor Soclety 2,3,4: Concert Band 1,2,3,4. President 4: Student Council 3.4: Seven Se- mester Honor Pin. Carol June Anderson: Spanish Club 3.4: Future Homemakers 1.4: Philosophy Club 4: Freshman Girls Chorus: Girls Intramurals 3.4: Pep Club 1.2,3.4: Cafeteria Monitor 4. Pete Anderson: Football 4: Track 3.4: Baseball 2: Freshman Boys Chorus: Homeroom Treasurer 3. Bob Anderson: Football 1,2,3: Basketball 1: Homeroom President 4: Homeroom Vlce President 3. Patricia E. Angeloff: Library Club 1: Dlstributlve Education 4. Lee M. Askelof: Football 1.2,3.4: Wrestling 1,2.3,4: Golf 2,3,4: Baseball 1: "A" Club 4: Home- room President 3. Linda Bae Bahr: Office Guide 2,3,4: Library Club 1.2,3.4: Art Club 4: Fall Play Crew 2.4. John Baker: Tennis 3.4: Basketball 3. Karen Baker: Art Club 1.4, Vice President 4: Triple NS" Club 3: Concert Band 1.2.3.4: Pep Band 1.2.3.4: Orchestra 1,2,3: Drama Club 1: Class Board 2.3. Junior Class Secretary: Four Semester Honor Pin. Susan Ball: Treble Clef 2: A Cappella Choir 3.4: Talent Show 3.4: Bridge Club 4: Biology Club 4: G.R.A. 3.4: Horseback Riding Manager 3.4: G.A.A. 1: Transferred from Skokie, Illinois. as a freshman. ' Linda Barnard: Central Council 1.2: Publicity Club 1: Trireme Girls Club 1: Art Club 1.2: Dramatics 1,2.4: National Thespian Society 4: G.A.A. 1: Talent Show 4: Transferred from Chicago. Illinois. as a senior. Gail Barron: Leaders Class 4: G.R.A. 4: Philethian Literary Society 1,2.3: Transferred from Toledo, Ohio, as a junior. Eugene Bauer: Distributive Education 3.4. Joy E. Bauer: Mixed Chorus 3: Pep Club 1.2.3.4: Freshman Girls Chorus: Treble Clef 2. Pat Baumet: Latin Club 1,2.3: Social Science Club 3: Future Teachers 3: Drama Club 3.4: Girls Intramurals 3. Nancy Lee Bear: Talent Show 2,3,4: A Cappella Choir 4: Operetta 4: Class Board 1: Triple "S" Club 1,2.3: Social Science Club 3: Pep Club 1,2,3,4: Bridge Club 4. George F. Beasley: Freshman Boys Chorus: Football 2: Wrestling 2: Chorallers 2.3.4. Mary Beaurline: G.A.A. 1.2: Spring Play 1: Talent Show 4: Transferred from Chicago, Illlnols. as a junior. Ronald W. Becker: Football 1, Manager 2: Gymnastics 2: Dlstributlve Education 3, President 3. Thomas Behm: Fall Play 2,3,4: Spring Play 2,3,4: Talent Show 2.4: Drama Club 1.4, Vice President 4: Contest Play 4: National Thespian Society 4: Winter Play 3. Erwin Dennis Behrens: Freshman Boys Chorus. Janet Behrens: Red Cross Representative 1: G.A.A. 1: Social Science Club 3: Office Guide 3: Transferred from Chicago, Illinois, as a sophomore. David L, Beigel: Distributive Education 4. Norma Beisler: Harmonettes 2,3,4: Talent Show 1.2,3,4: Minstrel Show 2: Class Board 3: Student Council 4: A Cappella Choir 2.3.4. Howard Berg: Football 1,2.3.4: Basketball 1: Wrestling 2: Track 1,2.3: Homecoming King 4: "A" Club 3,4: Transferred from Chicago, Illinois, as a sophomore. Robert L. Berg: Wrestling 1.2: Freshman Boys Chorus: A Cappella Choir 2,3,4: Chemistry Club 3.4: Boys Intramurals 2,3,4: Baseball 2. Barbara Ann Bergmann: G.A.A. 1,2.3: Freshman Girls Chorus: Talent Show 4: Transferred from Chicago, Illinois, as a junior. Bob Berschet: Gymnastics 1.3: Football 2. John Best: Freshman Boys Chorus. Julie Ann Biederstadt Mary Ann Bielinski: Freshman Girls Chorus: Pep Club 1. Bruce Bjorklund: Basketball 1.2,3.4: Baseball 1,2: Football 1: "A" Club 3.4: Student Council 3: Four Semester Honor Pin. om Amberg Lars Andersen linda Bahr John Baker 'at Baumet Nancy Bear avid Beigel Norma Beisler Ann Bielinski Bruce Bjorklund Scottllnderwood Adam: A Cappella Choir 4: Dramatlcs 1.2,3,4: National Thespian Society 2,3,4: Wrestling 1.2.3. Manager 4: "A" Club 3.4: Class Board 2,3,4: CARDINAL 2,4: HEIGHTS 1. James Aksamit: Transferred from Chicago, Illinols, as a senior. Arleen Alesi: G.A.A. 1,2.3: Teacher's Secretary 1.2: Lockerguard 3: Gym Leader 3: Mlxed Chorus 2: Transferred from Chicago, Illinois, as a senior. Gloriann Allison: Pep Club 1.2.3,4: Spanish Club 3: Leaders Class 4: Girls Intramurals 1: G.R.A. 3.4, Intramural Chairman 4: Freshman Girls Chorus: Treble Clef 2.3: Student Councll 1. Sheila Diane Altvatter: Offlce Guide 3.4. John Amann: Track 1: Wrestling 1.2,3.4: Hall Guide 3. Tom Amberg: Basketball 1: Boys Intramurals 1.2: Soccer 2: Dunbar Exchange Representative 3: Science Club 1.2: German Club 2: Transferred from Chicago, Illinois, as a junior. Lars Andersen: Hall Guide 2: German Club 2: Football 2: Mixed Chorus 3: Baseball 3: A Cap- pella Choir 4: Transferred from Chicago. Illinois, as a sophomore. John Anderson: Basketball 1,2.3.4: Baseball 1.2,3.4: Cross Country 1.2.3.4: "A" Club 3.4: Na- tional Honor Soclety 2,3,4: Concert Band 1,2,3,4. President 4: Student Council 3.4: Seven Se- mester Honor Pin. Carol June Anderson: Spanish Club 3.4: Future Homemakers 1.4: Philosophy Club 4: Freshman Girls Chorus: Girls Intramurals 3.4: Pep Club 1.2,3.4: Cafeteria Monitor 4. Pete Anderson: Football 4: Track 3.4: Baseball 2: Freshman Boys Chorus: Homeroom Treasurer 3. Bob Anderson: Football 1,2,3: Basketball 1: Homeroom President 4: Homeroom Vlce President 3. Patricia E. Angeloff: Library Club 1: Dlstributlve Education 4. Lee M. Askelof: Football 1.2,3.4: Wrestling 1,2.3,4: Golf 2,3,4: Baseball 1: "A" Club 4: Home- room President 3. Linda Bae Bahr: Office Guide 2,3,4: Library Club 1.2,3.4: Art Club 4: Fall Play Crew 2.4. John Baker: Tennis 3.4: Basketball 3. Karen Baker: Art Club 1.4, Vice President 4: Triple NS" Club 3: Concert Band 1.2.3.4: Pep Band 1.2.3.4: Orchestra 1,2,3: Drama Club 1: Class Board 2.3. Junior Class Secretary: Four Semester Honor Pin. Susan Ball: Treble Clef 2: A Cappella Choir 3.4: Talent Show 3.4: Bridge Club 4: Biology Club 4: G.R.A. 3.4: Horseback Riding Manager 3.4: G.A.A. 1: Transferred from Skokie, Illinois. as a freshman. ' Linda Barnard: Central Council 1.2: Publicity Club 1: Trireme Girls Club 1: Art Club 1.2: Dramatics 1,2.4: National Thespian Society 4: G.A.A. 1: Talent Show 4: Transferred from Chicago. Illinois. as a senior. Gail Barron: Leaders Class 4: G.R.A. 4: Philethian Literary Society 1,2.3: Transferred from Toledo, Ohio, as a junior. Eugene Bauer: Distributive Education 3.4. Joy E. Bauer: Mixed Chorus 3: Pep Club 1.2.3.4: Freshman Girls Chorus: Treble Clef 2. Pat Baumet: Latin Club 1,2.3: Social Science Club 3: Future Teachers 3: Drama Club 3.4: Girls Intramurals 3. Nancy Lee Bear: Talent Show 2,3,4: A Cappella Choir 4: Operetta 4: Class Board 1: Triple "S" Club 1,2.3: Social Science Club 3: Pep Club 1,2,3,4: Bridge Club 4. George F. Beasley: Freshman Boys Chorus: Football 2: Wrestling 2: Chorallers 2.3.4. Mary Beaurline: G.A.A. 1.2: Spring Play 1: Talent Show 4: Transferred from Chicago, Illlnols. as a junior. Ronald W. Becker: Football 1, Manager 2: Gymnastics 2: Dlstributlve Education 3, President 3. Thomas Behm: Fall Play 2,3,4: Spring Play 2,3,4: Talent Show 2.4: Drama Club 1.4, Vice President 4: Contest Play 4: National Thespian Society 4: Winter Play 3. Erwin Dennis Behrens: Freshman Boys Chorus. Janet Behrens: Red Cross Representative 1: G.A.A. 1: Social Science Club 3: Office Guide 3: Transferred from Chicago, Illinois, as a sophomore. David L, Beigel: Distributive Education 4. Norma Beisler: Harmonettes 2,3,4: Talent Show 1.2,3,4: Minstrel Show 2: Class Board 3: Student Council 4: A Cappella Choir 2.3.4. Howard Berg: Football 1,2.3.4: Basketball 1: Wrestling 2: Track 1,2.3: Homecoming King 4: "A" Club 3,4: Transferred from Chicago, Illinois, as a sophomore. Robert L. Berg: Wrestling 1.2: Freshman Boys Chorus: A Cappella Choir 2,3,4: Chemistry Club 3.4: Boys Intramurals 2,3,4: Baseball 2. Barbara Ann Bergmann: G.A.A. 1,2.3: Freshman Girls Chorus: Talent Show 4: Transferred from Chicago, Illinois, as a junior. Bob Berschet: Gymnastics 1.3: Football 2. John Best: Freshman Boys Chorus. Julie Ann Biederstadt Mary Ann Bielinski: Freshman Girls Chorus: Pep Club 1. Bruce Bjorklund: Basketball 1.2,3.4: Baseball 1,2: Football 1: "A" Club 3.4: Student Council 3: Four Semester Honor Pin. James J. Black: CARDINAL 1: Diversified Occupations 3,4 Diana Blose: Mixed Chorus 4: Girls Intramurals 1.2,3,4: French Club 4: Nurses Club 3,4: Class Board 4: Pep Club 1,2,3.4: Cafeteria Monitor 4: Bridge Club 4, , Bruce J. Bolas: National Honor Society 3,4: Seven Semester Honor Pin: Chemistry Club 3.4: Math Club 3,4: Radio Club 1,3.4: Dramatics 1.2: Philosophy Club 4: Cafeteria Monitor 4. Daniel Borgen: Basketball 1,3.4: Cross Country 1: Wrestling 2: Track 1: Mixed Chorus 2: A Cappella Choir 3.4. Sharon Bostian: Social Science Club 3: Spanish Club 4: Philosophy Club 4: Girls Gymnastics 1: Pep Club 3,4: Transferred from La.Iolla, California, as a sophomore. Margaret Bowler Judy Bown: Orchesls 1,2.3,4: A Cappella Choir 3.4: Student Council 1: Homeroom President 1.4: Pep Club 1,2,3,4. Gretchen Lorraine Braasch: History Club 2: French Club 2.3: Library Club 4: Transferred from Waukegan, Illinois, as a senior. Mary Jane Brine: CARDINAL 4, Copy Editor 4: Freshman Girls Chorus: Pep Club 3,4: Bridge Club 4: Girls Intramurals 3: Hall Guide 2. David Brooke: Drum Major 3.4: Gymnastics 1.2: Audio-Visual 1. Sull Broseoe: Latin Club 1.2: Yearbook Finance Staff 2: Chemistry Club 4: Student Council 2: Student Librarian 2: Transferred from Skokie, Illinois, as a sophomore. Thurston Brown: Tennis 1,2,3.4: "A" Club 2.3,4: National Honor Society 3,4: Concert Band 2,3,4: Pep Band 2,3.4: Marching Band 2,3.4: Boys Intramurals 4: Seven Semester Honor Pin. Douglas Brown Ann Brown: National Honor Society 2.3,4: Student Council 3,4: G.R.A. 3, 4, Board 3.4, President 3: Concert Band 1,2.3.4, Vice President 4: Social Science Club 3, Vice President 3: Biology Club 4, Secretary-treasurer 4: Seven Semester Honor Pin: Class Board 2. Ellen R. Brumit: Pep Club 1.2: Latin Club 1.2: Junior Chorus 1,2: Girls Chorus 2: Future Homemakers 4: Girls Intramurals 1.2,3.4. Dave Brunner: Dance Band 3,4: Concert Band 1,2.3,4: Orchestra 3,4: Baseball 3,4: Talent Show 3.4. Julie Bunn: Office Guide 2.3.4. Raymond Burteind: Concert Band 3,4: Dance Band 4: Class Board 4: Track and Field Manager 2,3,4: Football 1.2: "A" Club 3,4: Ushers Club 2,3.4: Homeroom President 4. Priscilla Burgess: Class Board 1: Fall Play 3: Mixed Chorus 2: A Cappella 3,4: National Thes- plan Society 3,4: Talent Show 2,3,4: French Club 3,4: Cafeteria Monitor 4. Lorelei Burns: G.A.A. 1.2: Mixed Chorus 1.2: Latin Club 2: Transferred from Chicago, Illinois. as a junior. Dave Butts: Baseball 1.2: Ushers Club 4: Student Council 1: Concert Band 1: Audio-Visual 1: Transferred from Tulsa, Oklahoma, as a freshman. Sam Caltagirone: Basketball 1.2: Football 1. Larry Cameron: CARDINAL 1,2,3: HEIGHTS 1,2: Audio-Visual 1: Camera Club 1. Peggy Cargill: Harmonettes 3,4, Chorallers 2: A Cappella Choir 2.3,4: Office Guide 2: Pep Club 1,2,3: Spanish Club 2.3: Freshman Girls Chorus. B-alph A. Carlino: Wrestling 1,2,3.4: Cross Country 1: "A" Club 1,2,3,4. Don Carlson: Cadet Band 1.2: Concert Band 3: Baseball 2: Basketball 3. George L. Carlson: Wrestling 2,3,4: Football 2: Concert Band 3: Cadet Band 1,2. Judith Carlson: Pep Club 1,2,4: Social Science Club 3, Treasurer 3: Future Nurses 3,4: Phil- osophy Club 4: Treble Clef 2.3: CARDINAL 3. Judy Ann Carlson: Orchesls 1.2: Talent Show 4: Pep Club 1. Bob Carman: Gymnastics 3,4. Donn 0. Carstens: Football 1.2: Track 2: Basketball 1: Biology Club 1,2,3,4, President 4. Carol Carter: HEIGHTS 1: CARDINAL 1: Freshman Girls Chorus: Pep Club 1. Richard Christensen: Baseball 3. Betty Christman: Triple "S" Club 1,3: Social Science Club 3,4: Bridge Club 4: Nurses Aid 2: Office Guide 2: Library Assistant 4: Art Club 1,2,3, Vice President 3, Edward Christophersen: Boys Intramurals 1. Donald T. Clark: Gymnastics 1: Track 1. James R.. Clark: Wrestling 1,2,3: "A" Club 3,4: Cadet Band 1. Linda Clemens: Talent Show 1,2,3,4: National Forensic League 3,4: National Thesplan Society 3.4, Vice President 4: Harmonettes 3,4: Operetta 3,4: Third in State original monologue 3: Freshman Girls Chorus. Treasurer: Class Board 3.4. Celia Close: Student Council 1,2,3, Chairman of Service Department 3, Chairman of Jazz Concert Committee 3: Traffic Court Clerk 2,3: A Cappella Choir 3.4: Pep Club 1,2,3,4, Board 1, Secretary- treasurer 2: Talent Show 1.3.4, Director 4: Student Director of Operetta 3,4: Paint and Wig 1: Chairman of Cafeteria Board 4. M. Kent Colburn: Gun Club 4: Pep Club 2.3: Science in Industry Club 3: Biology Club 2: Cribbage 3: Transferred as a senior from Kansas City, Missouri. James Black Diana Blose Mary Jane Brine David Brooke Julie Bunn Ray Burfeind Ralph Carlino Don Carlson Richard Christensen Betty Christman James J. Black: CARDINAL 1: Diversified Occupations 3,4 Diana Blose: Mixed Chorus 4: Girls Intramurals 1.2,3,4: French Club 4: Nurses Club 3,4: Class Board 4: Pep Club 1,2,3.4: Cafeteria Monitor 4: Bridge Club 4, , Bruce J. Bolas: National Honor Society 3,4: Seven Semester Honor Pin: Chemistry Club 3.4: Math Club 3,4: Radio Club 1,3.4: Dramatics 1.2: Philosophy Club 4: Cafeteria Monitor 4. Daniel Borgen: Basketball 1,3.4: Cross Country 1: Wrestling 2: Track 1: Mixed Chorus 2: A Cappella Choir 3.4. Sharon Bostian: Social Science Club 3: Spanish Club 4: Philosophy Club 4: Girls Gymnastics 1: Pep Club 3,4: Transferred from La.Iolla, California, as a sophomore. Margaret Bowler Judy Bown: Orchesls 1,2.3,4: A Cappella Choir 3.4: Student Council 1: Homeroom President 1.4: Pep Club 1,2,3,4. Gretchen Lorraine Braasch: History Club 2: French Club 2.3: Library Club 4: Transferred from Waukegan, Illinois, as a senior. Mary Jane Brine: CARDINAL 4, Copy Editor 4: Freshman Girls Chorus: Pep Club 3,4: Bridge Club 4: Girls Intramurals 3: Hall Guide 2. David Brooke: Drum Major 3.4: Gymnastics 1.2: Audio-Visual 1. Sull Broseoe: Latin Club 1.2: Yearbook Finance Staff 2: Chemistry Club 4: Student Council 2: Student Librarian 2: Transferred from Skokie, Illinois, as a sophomore. Thurston Brown: Tennis 1,2,3.4: "A" Club 2.3,4: National Honor Society 3,4: Concert Band 2,3,4: Pep Band 2,3.4: Marching Band 2,3.4: Boys Intramurals 4: Seven Semester Honor Pin. Douglas Brown Ann Brown: National Honor Society 2.3,4: Student Council 3,4: G.R.A. 3, 4, Board 3.4, President 3: Concert Band 1,2.3.4, Vice President 4: Social Science Club 3, Vice President 3: Biology Club 4, Secretary-treasurer 4: Seven Semester Honor Pin: Class Board 2. Ellen R. Brumit: Pep Club 1.2: Latin Club 1.2: Junior Chorus 1,2: Girls Chorus 2: Future Homemakers 4: Girls Intramurals 1.2,3.4. Dave Brunner: Dance Band 3,4: Concert Band 1,2.3,4: Orchestra 3,4: Baseball 3,4: Talent Show 3.4. Julie Bunn: Office Guide 2.3.4. Raymond Burteind: Concert Band 3,4: Dance Band 4: Class Board 4: Track and Field Manager 2,3,4: Football 1.2: "A" Club 3,4: Ushers Club 2,3.4: Homeroom President 4. Priscilla Burgess: Class Board 1: Fall Play 3: Mixed Chorus 2: A Cappella 3,4: National Thes- plan Society 3,4: Talent Show 2,3,4: French Club 3,4: Cafeteria Monitor 4. Lorelei Burns: G.A.A. 1.2: Mixed Chorus 1.2: Latin Club 2: Transferred from Chicago, Illinois. as a junior. Dave Butts: Baseball 1.2: Ushers Club 4: Student Council 1: Concert Band 1: Audio-Visual 1: Transferred from Tulsa, Oklahoma, as a freshman. Sam Caltagirone: Basketball 1.2: Football 1. Larry Cameron: CARDINAL 1,2,3: HEIGHTS 1,2: Audio-Visual 1: Camera Club 1. Peggy Cargill: Harmonettes 3,4, Chorallers 2: A Cappella Choir 2.3,4: Office Guide 2: Pep Club 1,2,3: Spanish Club 2.3: Freshman Girls Chorus. B-alph A. Carlino: Wrestling 1,2,3.4: Cross Country 1: "A" Club 1,2,3,4. Don Carlson: Cadet Band 1.2: Concert Band 3: Baseball 2: Basketball 3. George L. Carlson: Wrestling 2,3,4: Football 2: Concert Band 3: Cadet Band 1,2. Judith Carlson: Pep Club 1,2,4: Social Science Club 3, Treasurer 3: Future Nurses 3,4: Phil- osophy Club 4: Treble Clef 2.3: CARDINAL 3. Judy Ann Carlson: Orchesls 1.2: Talent Show 4: Pep Club 1. Bob Carman: Gymnastics 3,4. Donn 0. Carstens: Football 1.2: Track 2: Basketball 1: Biology Club 1,2,3,4, President 4. Carol Carter: HEIGHTS 1: CARDINAL 1: Freshman Girls Chorus: Pep Club 1. Richard Christensen: Baseball 3. Betty Christman: Triple "S" Club 1,3: Social Science Club 3,4: Bridge Club 4: Nurses Aid 2: Office Guide 2: Library Assistant 4: Art Club 1,2,3, Vice President 3, Edward Christophersen: Boys Intramurals 1. Donald T. Clark: Gymnastics 1: Track 1. James R.. Clark: Wrestling 1,2,3: "A" Club 3,4: Cadet Band 1. Linda Clemens: Talent Show 1,2,3,4: National Forensic League 3,4: National Thesplan Society 3.4, Vice President 4: Harmonettes 3,4: Operetta 3,4: Third in State original monologue 3: Freshman Girls Chorus. Treasurer: Class Board 3.4. Celia Close: Student Council 1,2,3, Chairman of Service Department 3, Chairman of Jazz Concert Committee 3: Traffic Court Clerk 2,3: A Cappella Choir 3.4: Pep Club 1,2,3,4, Board 1, Secretary- treasurer 2: Talent Show 1.3.4, Director 4: Student Director of Operetta 3,4: Paint and Wig 1: Chairman of Cafeteria Board 4. M. Kent Colburn: Gun Club 4: Pep Club 2.3: Science in Industry Club 3: Biology Club 2: Cribbage 3: Transferred as a senior from Kansas City, Missouri. James Black Diana Blose Mary Jane Brine David Brooke Julie Bunn Ray Burfeind Ralph Carlino Don Carlson Richard Christensen Betty Christman Iiruvn- Iiolau Ihuliq-I Iiorgon Sharon lfUStiilll Maruarvt Iiuwlvr Judy Iiown lirs-l1'll1-n Brains Suzi liroscov C. Tllurshm Browzn Douglas Brown NI. 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Uollvllrll Carl Colman' Carol Cook Ralph Cordaro Sylvia Cordes Lee Covalsen have Crai Bob Crm-visfon Linda Crummc-tt Susan Cyr Diane Dailey Elll'l'll DiYal0rio Rolu-rf Evkardt Q A 'L 'ills-..,.. Ronald Dvalir Carol Delllic' fav Wt' Qu.- i ig J my .lfu .. 3, 4+ ' V 'wi' X 'H KX Judith DiVit0 Harry Dodds VVilliam Doering Jean Domrose 'NWS' Karon Edbvrg Bill Elkjer bf 'Q-ar if Howie Elliott ,L 6 X ' yi A A . xx Q, w., D4-anna Erickson Judy llrikson Gayle Evanson Spence Ewing Maryann Du I '-1i A Jeannette Eltz David Elwe i Beverly Farina Roger Earle Carl Colman' Carol Cook Ralph Cordaro Sylvia Cordes Lee Covalsen have Crai Bob Crm-visfon Linda Crummc-tt Susan Cyr Diane Dailey Elll'l'll DiYal0rio Rolu-rf Evkardt Q A 'L 'ills-..,.. Ronald Dvalir Carol Delllic' fav Wt' Qu.- i ig J my .lfu .. 3, 4+ ' V 'wi' X 'H KX Judith DiVit0 Harry Dodds VVilliam Doering Jean Domrose 'NWS' Karon Edbvrg Bill Elkjer bf 'Q-ar if Howie Elliott ,L 6 X ' yi A A . xx Q, w., D4-anna Erickson Judy llrikson Gayle Evanson Spence Ewing Maryann D0 I '-1i -In pw A Jeannette Eltz David Elwe i Beverly Farina Roger Earle 'onne Craig Roger Creamer ard Dierking Sue Dietrick ald Drumtru James Dudek nnk Embrey Joyce Engelking nm For-rand Pat Fedak Carl Colmar: Freshman Boys Chorus: Mixed Chorus 23 A Cappella Choir 3,43 State Music Contest 23 Minstrel Show 1,23 Operetta 3,43 Talent Show 2,3.43 Boys Octet 2.3.4. Carol Frances Cook: Talent Show 1,2,3,43 Four Semester Honor Pin3 French Club 2,3,43 German Band 3,43 Dance Band 3,43 District Music Contest 2,41 Pep Band 2,3,4Q Pep Club 1,2,3,4. Ralph C. Cordaro: Four Semester Honor Pin3 Football 1,43 Baseball 1,23 Wrestling 13 Track 43 Cafeteria Monitor 4. Sylvia Cordes. Seven Semester Honor Pin: HEIGHTS 1,2,3,4: Class Board 2, Sophomore Class Secretary: Philosophy Club 4, Secretary 43 Pep Club 1,2,3,43 French Club 43 Cafeteria Monitor 43 National Honor Society 2. Lee Covalsen: Beginning Band 1. Dave Craig: Beginning Band 23 Library Club 13 Track Manager 23 Cadet Band 3. Virginia. Yvonne Craig: National Honor Society 3,43 Seven Semester Honor Pin3 String Trio 2,31 Orchestra 13 German Club 3,4, President 43 HEIGHTS 43 Philosophy Club 43 Talent Show 1. Roger Creamer: Basketball 2,4. Bob Creviston: Football 2,3,4, Captain 43 "A" Club 3,43 Track 2,3,4. Linda Crummett: Talent Show 43 Spanish Club 33 Triple "S" Club 3,42 Social Science Club 3,43 Bridge Club 43 Pep Club 3,43 Library Club 43 Cafeteria Monitor 43 Transferred from Bell- airre, Texas, as a sophomore. Susan Cyr: Freshman Girls Chorus: Treble Clef 2,31 Girls Intramurals 3. Diane Dailey: Choraliers 4: Homecoming Queen Candidate 43 Class Board 4, Senior Class Treasurer3 A Cappella Choir 43 Girls Club Vice President 43 Student Council 23 Spanish Club 33 Talent Show 3,41 Transferred as a junior from Detroit, Michigan. Ronald Deahr: Transferred as a junior from Skokie, Illinois. Carol DeMichele: Paint and Wig 13 Triple "S" Club 13 Orchesis 2,3.43 Color Guard 33 Talent Show 1,2,43 Operetta 3,43 Class Board 1. Richard Dierking: Diversified Occupations 4. Sue Ann A. Dietrick: Organ 1,22 Nurses Aid 23 Girls Intramurals 13 Art Club 2. Eileen DiValerio: Library Club 43 Future Homemakers 4. Judith DiVito: Freshman Girls Chorus. I-larry A. Dodds: A Cappella Choir 2,3,4Q Freshman Boys Chorus3 Cross Country 1. William Doering: Four Semester Honor Pin: Football 1,21 Track 1,2,3,41 Wrestling 43 Math Club 33 Cafeteria Monitor 4. Jean Domrose: Cafeteria Monitor 43 Future Teachers 4, Cadet Teaching 43 Office Guide 43 Pep Club 1,2,3,4Q Latin Club 43 College Night Committee 43 Nurses Aid 43 Parking lot monitor 3. Maryann Doyle: Freshman Girls Chorus3 Nurses Aid 13 Pep Club 1,2,3. Donald W. Drumtra: Track 13 Basketball 1: Audio-Visual Club 1,2,3,43 Math Club 3.4, Vice President 43 Electronics Club 3,4, Librarian 43 National Thespian Society 43 Chemistry Club 3,43 Philosophy Club 4. James Dudok Robert Eckardt: Concert Band 3,4, Karen Jean Edberg: Freshman Girls Chorus: Treble Clef 23 Pep Club 1,2,3. Bill Elkjer: Choraliers 43 A Cappella Choir 3,42 Football 13 Golf 2,42 Operetta 3,41 Homeroom President 1, Homeroom Representative 23 Transferred from Des Plaines, Illinois, as a sophomore. Howie Elliott Jeannette Pauline Eltz: Pep Club 1,2,3. David J. Elwess Frank Embrey: Wrestling Manager 1,23 Football Manager 2,31 Track 2,3.43 Dramatics 2.3,4: National Thespian Society 43 Supply Store Clerk 1,2,3,4. Joyce Engelking: Freshman Girls Chorus: Treble Clef 33 A Cappella Choir 43 Talent Show 4: Pep Club 1,2,3,4. Deanna Erickson: Student Council 13 Triple "S" Club 4, President 43 A Cappella Choir 3.4: Talent Show 23 Pep Club Board 33 Operetta 3,43 Homeroom President 1. Judy lflrikson: Spanish Club 3.4: Office Guide 3.4: Beginning Band 1. Gayle Evanson: Pep Club 1,21 Freshman Girls Chorus: Treble Clef 23 Choraliers 3,43 A Cappella Choir 3.4. Spence Ewing: Camera Club 13 Radio Club 1. Beverly Farina: Leyden Girls League 1.21 Girls Intramurals 3: Transferred as a junior from Franklin Park, Illinois. Roger F. Farleigh: Student Council 4, Treasurer 4: Football 1,2,3,43 Wrestling l,2,3,-13 Track 1,2,33 "A" Club 3.4. Tom Farrand: Debate 1,2,3,43 National Forensic League 2,3,43 Talent Show 2,3.43 Choraliers 3: A Cappella Choir 2,32 National Thespian Society 3,43 Baseball 23 Dance Band 43 Transferred as a sophomore from Alliance, Ohio. Pat Fedak: Leaders Class 4: Student Council 1,23 Girls Choir 1,23 Transferred as a sophomore from Chicago, Illinois. 'onne Craig Roger Creamer ard Dierking Sue Dietrick ald Drumtru James Dudek nnk Embrey Joyce Engelking nm For-rand Pat Fedak Carl Colmar: Freshman Boys Chorus: Mixed Chorus 23 A Cappella Choir 3,43 State Music Contest 23 Minstrel Show 1,23 Operetta 3,43 Talent Show 2,3.43 Boys Octet 2.3.4. Carol Frances Cook: Talent Show 1,2,3,43 Four Semester Honor Pin3 French Club 2,3,43 German Band 3,43 Dance Band 3,43 District Music Contest 2,41 Pep Band 2,3,4Q Pep Club 1,2,3,4. Ralph C. Cordaro: Four Semester Honor Pin3 Football 1,43 Baseball 1,23 Wrestling 13 Track 43 Cafeteria Monitor 4. Sylvia Cordes. Seven Semester Honor Pin: HEIGHTS 1,2,3,4: Class Board 2, Sophomore Class Secretary: Philosophy Club 4, Secretary 43 Pep Club 1,2,3,43 French Club 43 Cafeteria Monitor 43 National Honor Society 2. Lee Covalsen: Beginning Band 1. Dave Craig: Beginning Band 23 Library Club 13 Track Manager 23 Cadet Band 3. Virginia Yvonne Craig: National Honor Society 3,43 Seven Semester Honor Pin3 String Trio 2,31 Orchestra 13 German Club 3,4, President 43 HEIGHTS 43 Philosophy Club 43 Talent Show 1. Roger Creamer: Basketball 2,4. Bob Creviston: Football 2,3,4, Captain 43 "A" Club 3,43 Track 2,3,4. Linda Crummett: Talent Show 43 Spanish Club 33 Triple "S" Club 3,42 Social Science Club 3,43 Bridge Club 43 Pep Club 3,43 Library Club 43 Cafeteria Monitor 43 Transferred from Bell- airre, Texas, as a sophomore. Susan Cyr: Freshman Girls Chorus: Treble Clef 2,31 Girls Intramurals 3. Diane Dailey: Choraliers 4: Homecoming Queen Candidate 43 Class Board 4, Senior Class Treasurer3 A Cappella Choir 43 Girls Club Vice President 43 Student Council 23 Spanish Club 33 Talent Show 3,41 Transferred as a junior from Detroit, Michigan. Ronald Deahr: Transferred as a junior from Skokie, Illinois. Carol DeMichele: Paint and Wig 13 Triple "S" Club 13 Orchesis 2,3.43 Color Guard 33 Talent Show 1,2,43 Operetta 3,43 Class Board 1. Richard Dierking: Diversified Occupations 4. Sue Ann A. Dietrick: Organ 1,22 Nurses Aid 23 Girls Intramurals 13 Art Club 2. Eileen DiValerio: Library Club 43 Future Homemakers 4. Judith DiVito: Freshman Girls Chorus. I-larry A. Dodds: A Cappella Choir 2,3,4Q Freshman Boys Chorus3 Cross Country 1. William Doering: Four Semester Honor Pin: Football 1,21 Track 1,2,3,41 Wrestling 43 Math Club 33 Cafeteria Monitor 4. Jean Domrose: Cafeteria Monitor 43 Future Teachers 4, Cadet Teaching 43 Office Guide 43 Pep Club 1,2,3,4Q Latin Club 43 College Night Committee 43 Nurses Aid 43 Parking lot monitor 3. Maryann Doyle: Freshman Girls Chorus3 Nurses Aid 13 Pep Club 1,2,3. Donald W. Drumtra: Track 13 Basketball 1: Audio-Visual Club 1,2,3,43 Math Club 3.4, Vice President 43 Electronics Club 3,4, Librarian 43 National Thespian Society 43 Chemistry Club 3,43 Philosophy Club 4. James Dudok Robert Eckardt: Concert Band 3,4, Karen Jean Edberg: Freshman Girls Chorus: Treble Clef 23 Pep Club 1,2,3. Bill Elkjer: Choraliers 43 A Cappella Choir 3,42 Football 13 Golf 2,42 Operetta 3,41 Homeroom President 1, Homeroom Representative 23 Transferred from Des Plaines, Illinois, as a sophomore. Howie Elliott Jeannette Pauline Eltz: Pep Club 1,2,3. David J. Elwess Frank Embrey: Wrestling Manager 1,23 Football Manager 2,31 Track 2,3.43 Dramatics 2.3,4: National Thespian Society 43 Supply Store Clerk 1,2,3,4. Joyce Engelking: Freshman Girls Chorus: Treble Clef 33 A Cappella Choir 43 Talent Show 4: Pep Club 1,2,3,4. Deanna Erickson: Student Council 13 Triple "S" Club 4, President 43 A Cappella Choir 3.4: Talent Show 23 Pep Club Board 33 Operetta 3,43 Homeroom President 1. Judy lflrikson: Spanish Club 3.4: Office Guide 3.4: Beginning Band 1. Gayle Evanson: Pep Club 1,21 Freshman Girls Chorus: Treble Clef 23 Choraliers 3,43 A Cappella Choir 3.4. Spence Ewing: Camera Club 13 Radio Club 1. Beverly Farina: Leyden Girls League 1.21 Girls Intramurals 3: Transferred as a junior from Franklin Park, Illinois. Roger F. Farleigh: Student Council 4, Treasurer 4: Football 1,2,3,43 Wrestling l,2,3,-13 Track 1,2,33 "A" Club 3.4. Tom Farrand: Debate 1,2,3,43 National Forensic League 2,3,43 Talent Show 2,3.43 Choraliers 3: A Cappella Choir 2,32 National Thespian Society 3,43 Baseball 23 Dance Band 43 Transferred as a sophomore from Alliance, Ohio. Pat Fedak: Leaders Class 4: Student Council 1,23 Girls Choir 1,23 Transferred as a sophomore from Chicago, Illinois. Cynthia Felleisen: Student Council 1,2: Fall Play 4: Year Book Delegate 1,2: Receptionists Club 2: Pep Club 3,4: National Thespian Society 4: Drama Club 4: Transferred as a junior from Chicago, Illlnols. Carol Ruth Fellingham: Freshman Girls Chorus: Pep Club 1: Future Homemakers 1: Spanish Club 3. Robert W. Fernstrom, Jr.: Freshman Boys Chorus: A Cappella Choir 2,3,4: Track 2,3: Minstrel Show 1.2: Operetta 3. Bill Fischer: Football 1,2,3,4: Baseball 1.2.33 Basketball 1,2: "A" Club 4: Four Semester Honor Pin. Judie Fitz-Patrick: Orchesis 1,2,3,4: Pep Club 1,2,3.4, Vice President 3, President 4: Class Board 2,3,4: Junlor Class Vlce President: Talent Show 1,2,3,4: A Cappella Choir 4: Operetta 3,4: Social Science Club 3. Joyce Forsberg: Silver Honor Pin: Girls Chorus 1,2: G.A.A. 1.2, Volleyball Intramural Captain 1,2: Girls Intramurals 3,4: Art Club 3,4: Variety Show 2: Fashion Show 1,2: Tri-Hi-Y Club 1,2: Transferred as a sophomore from Chicago, Illinois. Mel Friend: Football 1,2,3,4: Baseball 1,2: Basketball 1,2: Latin Club 1.2: A Cappella Choir 4: Mixed Chorus 3: "A" Club 4: Transferred as a junior from South Bend, Indiana. Barbara Mae Fromm: Concert Band 2.3,4: German Band 3,4: Future Teachers 4: Philosophy Club 4: French Club 4: Pep Band 2.3.4. Rosemary Gage: National Honor Society 3.4, Treasurer 4: HEIGHTS 4, Assistant Editor 4: Bridge Club 4, Vice President 4: Seven Semester Honor Pin: Social Science Club 3: Organ 1,2: Office Guide 3: Latin Club 1.2.3. Nancy J. Galivan: Dramatlcs 1: Journalism Club 3: Transferred as a junior from Chicago, Illinois. Barbara Gall: Freshman Girls Chorus: Art Club 2: Nurses Aid 3: Treble Clef 4. Martha Gatts: Student Council 2.4, Corresponding Secretary 4: Cheerleading 2.3.4, Captain 2: A Cappella Choir 2,3.4: National Honor Society 3,4: Talent Show 1.3.4, Student Council Chairman 4: Homecoming Queen Candidate 4: National Forensic League 2: D.A.R. Award 4. Barbara Gay: Glrls Intramurals 1: Orchesis 2.3,4: Talent show 1,2,3: A Cappella Choir 3,4: Mixed Chorus 2: Freshman Girls Chorus: Paint and Wig 1. Jean Gerschefske: Freshman Girls Chorus: Future Homemakers 1. Judy Glaser: Talent Show 4: Drama Club 2.4: Social Science Club 3: Homeroom Vice President 1: Fall Play 4: Treble Clef 3: Girls Intramurals 1,2: Transferred as a junior from Chicago, Illinois. Bill Gloss: Diversified Occupations 3.4. Janice Goode: Nurses Aid 2.4. Jim Goodling: Golf 1,2,3,4: Football 2: Basketball 1: "A" Club 4. Herb Grams: Electronics Club 3: Diversified Occupations 4. Kenneth Grams: Basketball 1.3: Baseball 1,2: Ushers Club 3,4: CARDINAL 4: Talent Show 4: Boys Intramurals 4: Four Semester Honor Pin. Arlyne Grandt: Class Board 1.2. Freshman and Sophomore Class Treasurer: Mixed Chorus 3,4: Library Club 2.3: German Club 3: Social Science Club 3: Triple "S" Club 3. Denni Grant: Cross Country 1.2,3: German Club 4: Pan-Language Council 4: Basketball 1: Freshman Boys Chorus: Boys Intramurals 3.4. Jim Graves: Football 1,2,3,4: Basketball 1,2,3: Tennis 2,3,4: "A" Club 4: Student Council 1,2: Freshman Boys Chorus: A Cappella Choir 2,4: Boys Octet 1.2.4. Juanita Graves: Orchesis 1,2: Talent Show 1.2,3: Minstrel Show 1,2: Bridge Club 4: Triple "S" Club 4: Treble Clef 2. Richard Graves: Football 1,2.3: Wrestling 2: Concert Band 1.2.31 Drama Club 4: Tennis 1.2. Daniel E. Greco: Football 1,2: Basketball 1: Boys Intramurals 3,4: Homeroom President 4: Class Board 4: Talent Show 4: Transferred as a sophomore from Chicago, Illinois. Martin L. Green, Jr.: Gymnastics 1,2,3: Class Board 1.4. Senior Class Vice President: Track 1,2,3,4: Homeroom President 3: "A" Club 3.4. Bill Gresher: Diversified Occupations Club 3.4, President 3: Aeronautics Club 1. Tom Grey: Student Council 4, President 4: Football 1,2,3,4, All Conference Quarterback 4: Baseball 1.2.45 "A" Club 3,4: Homecoming King Candidate 4: Freshman and Sophomore Class Vice President: "WB" Club: Transferred as a junior from West Bend, Wisconsin. Ernie Grimm: Future Farmers 1,2. Ronald Grnen: Boys Intramurals 1. Linda Hackbarth: CARDINAL 3.4. Editorial Editor 4: Quill and Scroll 3,4: National Honor Society 3,4: Seven Semester Honor Pin: G.R.A. 3.4, Vice President 3, President 4: A Cappella Choir 3,4: Leaders Class 4: Art Club 3, President 3. Richard A. I-lahn: Tennis 1. Sandra D. Halvorsen: Freshman Girls Chorus: Girls Intramurals 3,4: Transferred as a sophomore from Maywood, Illinois. Darleen Harrington: Freshman Girls Chorus: Treble Clef 2. Patricia Harting: A Cappella Choir 4: Treble Clef 2,3: Freshman Girls Chorus: Social Science Club 3. Nancy Haskins: Pep Club 1,2,3: Library Club 1.3: Talent Show 2: Social Science Club 3: Spanish Club 3: Philosophy Club 4: Future Homemakers 4: Freshman Orientation 2. Patricia S. Havey: Triple "S" Club 3,4: Pep Club 1,2,3,4: Cafeteria Monitor 4: Locker Room Monitor 3: Girls Intramurals 1.3: Freshman Girls Chorus. Barbara Jean Hayden: Cafeteria Monitor 4. Susan Haynes: Nurses Aid 1: Spanish Club 3: Future Homemakers 4: Chemistry Club 4: Bridge Club 4: Betty Crocker American Homemaker of Tomorrow Award 4. Cynthia Felleisen Carol Fellingham Rosemary Gage Nancy Galivan Janice Goode Jim Goodling Richard Graves Daniel Greco Richard Hahn Sandra I-Ialvorsen Cynthia Felleisen: Student Council 1,2: Fall Play 4: Year Book Delegate 1,2: Receptionists Club 2: Pep Club 3,4: National Thespian Society 4: Drama Club 4: Transferred as a junior from Chicago, Illlnols. Carol Ruth Fellingham: Freshman Girls Chorus: Pep Club 1: Future Homemakers 1: Spanish Club 3. Robert W. Fernstrom, Jr.: Freshman Boys Chorus: A Cappella Choir 2,3,4: Track 2,3: Minstrel Show 1.2: Operetta 3. Bill Fischer: Football 1,2,3,4: Baseball 1.2.33 Basketball 1,2: "A" Club 4: Four Semester Honor Pin. Judie Fitz-Patrick: Orchesis 1,2,3,4: Pep Club 1,2,3.4, Vice President 3, President 4: Class Board 2,3,4: Junlor Class Vlce President: Talent Show 1,2,3,4: A Cappella Choir 4: Operetta 3,4: Social Science Club 3. Joyce Forsberg: Silver Honor Pin: Girls Chorus 1,2: G.A.A. 1.2, Volleyball Intramural Captain 1,2: Girls Intramurals 3,4: Art Club 3,4: Variety Show 2: Fashion Show 1,2: Tri-Hi-Y Club 1,2: Transferred as a sophomore from Chicago, Illinois. Mel Friend: Football 1,2,3,4: Baseball 1,2: Basketball 1,2: Latin Club 1.2: A Cappella Choir 4: Mixed Chorus 3: "A" Club 4: Transferred as a junior from South Bend, Indiana. Barbara Mae Fromm: Concert Band 2.3,4: German Band 3,4: Future Teachers 4: Philosophy Club 4: French Club 4: Pep Band 2.3.4. Rosemary Gage: National Honor Society 3.4, Treasurer 4: HEIGHTS 4, Assistant Editor 4: Bridge Club 4, Vice President 4: Seven Semester Honor Pin: Social Science Club 3: Organ 1,2: Office Guide 3: Latin Club 1.2.3. Nancy J. Galivan: Dramatlcs 1: Journalism Club 3: Transferred as a junior from Chicago, Illinois. Barbara Gall: Freshman Girls Chorus: Art Club 2: Nurses Aid 3: Treble Clef 4. Martha Gatts: Student Council 2.4, Corresponding Secretary 4: Cheerleading 2.3.4, Captain 2: A Cappella Choir 2,3.4: National Honor Society 3,4: Talent Show 1.3.4, Student Council Chairman 4: Homecoming Queen Candidate 4: National Forensic League 2: D.A.R. Award 4. Barbara Gay: Glrls Intramurals 1: Orchesis 2.3,4: Talent show 1,2,3: A Cappella Choir 3,4: Mixed Chorus 2: Freshman Girls Chorus: Paint and Wig 1. Jean Gerschefske: Freshman Girls Chorus: Future Homemakers 1. Judy Glaser: Talent Show 4: Drama Club 2.4: Social Science Club 3: Homeroom Vice President 1: Fall Play 4: Treble Clef 3: Girls Intramurals 1,2: Transferred as a junior from Chicago, Illinois. Bill Gloss: Diversified Occupations 3.4. Janice Goode: Nurses Aid 2.4. Jim Goodling: Golf 1,2,3,4: Football 2: Basketball 1: "A" Club 4. Herb Grams: Electronics Club 3: Diversified Occupations 4. Kenneth Grams: Basketball 1.3: Baseball 1,2: Ushers Club 3,4: CARDINAL 4: Talent Show 4: Boys Intramurals 4: Four Semester Honor Pin. Arlyne Grandt: Class Board 1.2. Freshman and Sophomore Class Treasurer: Mixed Chorus 3,4: Library Club 2.3: German Club 3: Social Science Club 3: Triple "S" Club 3. Denni Grant: Cross Country 1.2,3: German Club 4: Pan-Language Council 4: Basketball 1: Freshman Boys Chorus: Boys Intramurals 3.4. Jim Graves: Football 1,2,3,4: Basketball 1,2,3: Tennis 2,3,4: "A" Club 4: Student Council 1,2: Freshman Boys Chorus: A Cappella Choir 2,4: Boys Octet 1.2.4. Juanita Graves: Orchesis 1,2: Talent Show 1.2,3: Minstrel Show 1,2: Bridge Club 4: Triple "S" Club 4: Treble Clef 2. Richard Graves: Football 1,2.3: Wrestling 2: Concert Band 1.2.31 Drama Club 4: Tennis 1.2. Daniel E. Greco: Football 1,2: Basketball 1: Boys Intramurals 3,4: Homeroom President 4: Class Board 4: Talent Show 4: Transferred as a sophomore from Chicago, Illinois. Martin L. Green, Jr.: Gymnastics 1,2,3: Class Board 1.4. Senior Class Vice President: Track 1,2,3,4: Homeroom President 3: "A" Club 3.4. Bill Gresher: Diversified Occupations Club 3.4, President 3: Aeronautics Club 1. Tom Grey: Student Council 4, President 4: Football 1,2,3,4, All Conference Quarterback 4: Baseball 1.2.45 "A" Club 3,4: Homecoming King Candidate 4: Freshman and Sophomore Class Vice President: "WB" Club: Transferred as a junior from West Bend, Wisconsin. Ernie Grimm: Future Farmers 1,2. Ronald Grnen: Boys Intramurals 1. Linda Hackbarth: CARDINAL 3.4. Editorial Editor 4: Quill and Scroll 3,4: National Honor Society 3,4: Seven Semester Honor Pin: G.R.A. 3.4, Vice President 3, President 4: A Cappella Choir 3,4: Leaders Class 4: Art Club 3, President 3. Richard A. Hahn: Tennis 1. Sandra D. Halvorsen: Freshman Girls Chorus: Girls Intramurals 3,4: Transferred as a sophomore from Maywood, Illinois. Darleen Harrington: Freshman Girls Chorus: Treble Clef 2. Patricia Harting: A Cappella Choir 4: Treble Clef 2,3: Freshman Girls Chorus: Social Science Club 3. Nancy Haskins: Pep Club 1,2,3: Library Club 1.3: Talent Show 2: Social Science Club 3: Spanish Club 3: Philosophy Club 4: Future Homemakers 4: Freshman Orientation 2. Patricia S. Havey: Triple "S" Club 3,4: Pep Club 1,2,3,4: Cafeteria Monitor 4: Locker Room Monitor 3: Girls Intramurals 1.3: Freshman Girls Chorus. Barbara Jean Hayden: Cafeteria Monitor 4. Susan Haynes: Nurses Aid 1: Spanish Club 3: Future Homemakers 4: Chemistry Club 4: Bridge Club 4: Betty Crocker American Homemaker of Tomorrow Award 4. 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Hedges Richard Hvdkc- Sandra J. II1-ide-n Nancy Hoimsoth Y. Curl H1 Jill Suzanne Hoffman Ken Hognrty Richard Hoke Norbert Holmblad Doug Holm:-s Ilene Helen l Alun Hutchinson Mary Hutchinson Carole Ihbotgon Joyce Igoe Barbara Jahnkc- John Farr Jn Jn-anno Johnson Karen Johnson Tommy Johnson Judith E. Johnston Barry Kahn Patricia K Edward F. Kolloy Kenneth A. Keeley Diana Kelly Tom Kennicott Kathy Kenyon Nancy Kie llvan Barry Hodbvrgr John R. Hedges Richard Hvdkc- Sandra J. II1-ide-n Nancy Hoimsoth Y. Curl H1 Jill Suzanne Hoffman Ken Hognrty Richard Hoke Norbert Holmblad Doug Holm:-s Ilene Helen I Alun Hutchinson Mary Hutchinson Carole Ihbotgon Joyce Igoe Barbara Jahnkc- John Farr Jn Jn-anno Johnson Karen Johnson Tommy Johnson Judith E. Johnston Barry Kahn Patricia K Edward F. Kolloy Kenneth A. Keeley Diana Kelly Tom Kennicott Kathy Kenyon Nancy Kie ack Hipp Jack Hoffman b Huberty Jim Hughes i A. Johnson lra. L. Kamen Charles D. Johnson Lisle J. Kauffman ol K i ndli art Pat Kindler Dean Barry Hedberg: Cross Country 1: Basketball 1: Track 1,4: Talent Show 4. John R. Hedges: Football 1,2,3: Basketball 1,2,3: Student Council 2: Transferred from Chicago, Illinois, as a junior. Richard Hedket Basketball 1. Sandra J. Heiden: Freshman Girls Chorus: Treble Clef 2: A Cappella Choir 3.4: Operetta 3,4: Future Nurses 1,2. Nancy Heimsoth: National Honor Society 3.4: Class Board 3: HEIGHTS 4, Copy Editor 4: Seven Semester Honor Pin: Spanish Club 3: Bridge Club 4: Pep Club 1: Paint and Wig 1. V. Carl Heinz: Future Farmers 1,2,3,4. Jack Hipp: Audio-Visual 1.2.31 Chemistry Club 4. Jack Hoffman: Football 1,2,3: Wrestling 2. Jill Suzanne Hoffman: Girls Intramurals 1: Office Guide 3: Future Homemakers 4: Pep Club 4: Cafeteria Monitor 4: Triple "S" Club 4. Ken Hogarty: Swim Team 1,2,3: Track 1,2,3: Football 2,3: Transferred as a senior from Maywood, Illinois. Richard Hoke: Four Semester Honor Pin: Class Board 4. Norbert Holmhlad: Four Semester Honor Pin. Doug Holmes: Wrestling 1,2: Football 1. Ilene Helen Hoppe: Four Semester Honor Pin: Office Guide 2,3,4: Freshman Girls Chorus: Social Science Club 3: Girls Intramurals 1: Pep Club 1,3. Bob Huberty: Basketball 1,2,4: Baseball 2. Jim Hughes: Football Manager 1.2: Basketball Manager 1,2,3,4: Baseball Manager 1,2,3,4: "A" Club 3,4: Hall Monitor 2: Latin Club 2: Talent Show 4. Alan Hutchinson: Basketball 1,2,3,4: Baseball 1,2,3,4: Cross Country 1.2,3,4: Chorallers 2,3,4: Student Council 2.3,4: Class Board 2, Sophomore Class President: National Honor Society 3.4: A Cappella Choir 2,3,4. Mary Hutchinson: French Club 3.4: Pan-Language Council 4: Freshman Girls Chorus: Treble Clef 2: Mixed Chorus 3: Social Science Club 3: Library Club 4: Seven Semester Honor Pin. Carole Ibbotson: Freshman Girls Chorus: Audio-Visual 4: Future Homemakers 4: Pep Club 1. Joyce Igoe: Transferred from Des Plaines, as a junior. Barbara Jahnke: Homeroom Secretary 1,3,4: Freshman Girls Chorus: Treble Clef 2: Girls Intra- murals 1,3,4: Hall Monitor 3: Pep Club 1. John Farr Jebens: Football 3.4: Freshman Boys Chorus: R.O.T.C. 1.2: Drama Club 4: Spring Play 3: Fall Play Crew 3: Talent Show 3.4: Transferred from Omaha, Nebraska, as a junior. Alvin A. Johnson: Ushers Club 3,4 Track 2. Charles D. Johnson: Homeroom Vice President 1: Football 1. Jeanne Johnson: Freshman Class President: Dramatic Art Club 1.2: Sophomore and Junior Class Vice President: Student Council Secretary 3: Transferred as a Junior from Chicago, Illlnols. Karen Johnson: Freshman Girls Chorus: Treble Clef 2.4: Mixed Chorus 3. Tommy Johnson Judith E. Johnston: Social Science Club 3: Philosophy Club 4: Bridge Club 4: Freshman Girls Chorus: Treble Clef 3: Mixed Chorus 4: Talent Show 3. Barry Kahn: Radio Club 2. Patricia Kane: Social Science Club 3: Talent Show 3: Pep Club 3: Office Guide 3. Sandra L. Kasen: Concert Band 1,2,3: Pep Band 1.2,3: Mixed Chorus 1: Future Homemakers 1: Transferred from Fish Creek, Wisconsin, as a sophomore. Lisle J. Kauffman: Latin Club 1,2,3, Vice President 2. Edward F. Kelley: Football 1,2,3: Wrestling 1: Track 1,2: Gymnastics 3,4: Class Board 2. Kenneth A. Keeley: Freshman Boys Chorus: Aeronautics Club 1: Golf 1. Diana Kelly: CARDINAL 3,4, Business Staff Manager 4: Class Board 3.4: Triple "S" Club 3.4: Spanish Club 3: Treble Clef 2: Freshman Girls Chorus, Ensemble: Homeroom President 4: Bridge Club 4. Tom Kennicott: Student Council 1,4: Football,1,2.3,4: Wrestling 1.2,3,4: Track 1.2,3: "A" Club 3.4, Vice President 4. Kathy Kenyon: Freshman Girls Chorus: Future Homemakers 1: Pep Club 1,2,3,4: Philosophy Club 4: Senior Ball Committee. Nancy Kieck Carol Kindhart: Girls Intramurals 3,4: Freshman Girls Chorus. Pat Kindler: Girls Intramurals 2,3,4: Nurses Aid 3: Hall Guide 3: Fall Play Crew 4: Trans- ferred from Des Plaines, Illinois, as a junior. ack Hipp Jack Hoffman b Huberty Jim Hughes i A. Johnson lra. L. Kamen Charles D. Johnson Lisle J. Kauffman ol K i ndli art Pat Kindler Dean Barry Hedberg: Cross Country 1: Basketball 1: Track 1,4: Talent Show 4. John R. Hedges: Football 1,2,3: Basketball 1,2,3: Student Council 2: Transferred from Chicago, Illinois, as a junior. Richard Hedket Basketball 1. Sandra J. Heiden: Freshman Girls Chorus: Treble Clef 2: A Cappella Choir 3.4: Operetta 3,4: Future Nurses 1,2. Nancy Heimsoth: National Honor Society 3.4: Class Board 3: HEIGHTS 4, Copy Editor 4: Seven Semester Honor Pin: Spanish Club 3: Bridge Club 4: Pep Club 1: Paint and Wig 1. V. Carl Heinz: Future Farmers 1,2,3,4. Jack Hipp: Audio-Visual 1.2.31 Chemistry Club 4. Jack Hoffman: Football 1,2,3: Wrestling 2. Jill Suzanne Hoffman: Girls Intramurals 1: Office Guide 3: Future Homemakers 4: Pep Club 4: Cafeteria Monitor 4: Triple "S" Club 4. Ken Hogarty: Swim Team 1,2,3: Track 1,2,3: Football 2,3: Transferred as a senior from Maywood, Illinois. Richard Hoke: Four Semester Honor Pin: Class Board 4. Norbert Holmhlad: Four Semester Honor Pin. Doug Holmes: Wrestling 1,2: Football 1. Ilene Helen Hoppe: Four Semester Honor Pin: Office Guide 2,3,4: Freshman Girls Chorus: Social Science Club 3: Girls Intramurals 1: Pep Club 1,3. Bob Huberty: Basketball 1,2,4: Baseball 2. Jim Hughes: Football Manager 1.2: Basketball Manager 1,2,3,4: Baseball Manager 1,2,3,4: "A" Club 3,4: Hall Monitor 2: Latin Club 2: Talent Show 4. Alan Hutchinson: Basketball 1,2,3,4: Baseball 1,2,3,4: Cross Country 1.2,3,4: Chorallers 2,3,4: Student Council 2.3,4: Class Board 2, Sophomore Class President: National Honor Society 3.4: A Cappella Choir 2,3,4. Mary Hutchinson: French Club 3.4: Pan-Language Council 4: Freshman Girls Chorus: Treble Clef 2: Mixed Chorus 3: Social Science Club 3: Library Club 4: Seven Semester Honor Pin. Carole Ibbotson: Freshman Girls Chorus: Audio-Visual 4: Future Homemakers 4: Pep Club 1. Joyce Igoe: Transferred from Des Plaines, as a junior. Barbara Jahnke: Homeroom Secretary 1,3,4: Freshman Girls Chorus: Treble Clef 2: Girls Intra- murals 1,3,4: Hall Monitor 3: Pep Club 1. John Farr Jebens: Football 3.4: Freshman Boys Chorus: R.O.T.C. 1.2: Drama Club 4: Spring Play 3: Fall Play Crew 3: Talent Show 3.4: Transferred from Omaha, Nebraska, as a junior. Alvin A. Johnson: Ushers Club 3,4 Track 2. Charles D. Johnson: Homeroom Vice President 1: Football 1. Jeanne Johnson: Freshman Class President: Dramatic Art Club 1.2: Sophomore and Junior Class Vice President: Student Council Secretary 3: Transferred as a Junior from Chicago, Illlnols. Karen Johnson: Freshman Girls Chorus: Treble Clef 2.4: Mixed Chorus 3. Tommy Johnson Judith E. Johnston: Social Science Club 3: Philosophy Club 4: Bridge Club 4: Freshman Girls Chorus: Treble Clef 3: Mixed Chorus 4: Talent Show 3. Barry Kahn: Radio Club 2. Patricia Kane: Social Science Club 3: Talent Show 3: Pep Club 3: Office Guide 3. Sandra L. Kasen: Concert Band 1,2,3: Pep Band 1.2,3: Mixed Chorus 1: Future Homemakers 1: Transferred from Fish Creek, Wisconsin, as a sophomore. Lisle J. Kauffman: Latin Club 1,2,3, Vice President 2. Edward F. Kelley: Football 1,2,3: Wrestling 1: Track 1,2: Gymnastics 3,4: Class Board 2. Kenneth A. Keeley: Freshman Boys Chorus: Aeronautics Club 1: Golf 1. Diana Kelly: CARDINAL 3,4, Business Staff Manager 4: Class Board 3.4: Triple "S" Club 3.4: Spanish Club 3: Treble Clef 2: Freshman Girls Chorus, Ensemble: Homeroom President 4: Bridge Club 4. Tom Kennicott: Student Council 1,4: Football,1,2.3,4: Wrestling 1.2,3,4: Track 1.2,3: "A" Club 3.4, Vice President 4. Kathy Kenyon: Freshman Girls Chorus: Future Homemakers 1: Pep Club 1,2,3,4: Philosophy Club 4: Senior Ball Committee. Nancy Kieck Carol Kindhart: Girls Intramurals 3,4: Freshman Girls Chorus. Pat Kindler: Girls Intramurals 2,3,4: Nurses Aid 3: Hall Guide 3: Fall Play Crew 4: Trans- ferred from Des Plaines, Illinois, as a junior. Ruth Kindler: Pep Club 1: Nurses Aid 2: Girls Intramurals 3. James S. Kingsley: Astronomy Club 1: Cross Country 1.3: Golf 2: Future Farmers 2,3,4: Ex- plorers Club 4: Boys Intramurals 4. Mary Anne Klrzeder: Transferred as a junior from Rock Island, Illinois. Wayne Knight: Baseball 3,4: Transferred as a junior from Binghamton, New York. Sue Knoepfle: A Cappella Choir 3,4: Mixed Chorus 2: Freshman Girls Chorus: Talent Show 1,2,3,4: Operetta 3,4: Social Science Club 3: Spanish Club 1,2,3: Bridge Club 4. James H. Knollmueller: Concert Band 1,2,3,4: Marching Band 1,2,3,4: Aeronautics Club 1,3,4, President 3,4: German Band 3,4: Pep Band 1,2,3,4. James Knopp: National Honor Society 3,4, President 4: Chemistry Club 1,3,4: Philosophy Club 4: Concert Band 1,2,3,4: German Band 3: Dance Band 2,3: Orchestra 2,3,4: Talent Show 1,2,3,4. Herbert Knoppel David L. Koceja: Basketball 1: Baseball 1,2: CARDINAL 4: Boys Intramurals 3: Camera Club 1. Ruth Koester: Freshman Girls Chorus, Ensemble: Cadet Band 1: Concert Band 2,3: Pep Band 2,3: Marching Band 2,3: Pep Club 1,4: Cafeteria Monitor 4: Four Semester Honor Pin. Ed Kolk: Track 1,2: Swimming 1,2: Diversified Occupations 4. Phyllis Mary Komondoros Pat Kopriva: Freshman Girls Chorus: Office Guide 2,3: Future Homemakers 4: Pep Club 4. Ray Kranz: Diversified Occupations 4. Eldon Kreider: Debate 1,2,3,4: National Forensic League 1,2,3,4: National Honor Society 3,4: Math Club 1,3,4, President 4: Chemistry Club 3,4: Radio Club 1: Philosophy Club 4: Cadet Band 1. Gloria Kruse: A Cappella Choir 4: Class Board 1,3, Junior Prom Chairman 3, Senior Ball Chair- man 4: Social Science Club 3: Bridge Club 4, Secretary-treasurer 4: Triple "S" Club 3,4: Nurses Aid 1: Mixed Chorus 3: Pep Club 1,2,3,4. Kent Kurtz: Track 1,2,3,4: Football 1, Manager 3,4: "A" Club 3.4. Bernard A. Lalor: National Honor Society 3,4: Class Board 4: French Club 4: Talent Show 2,4: Seven Semester Honor Pin: Homeroom President 3,4. Philip E. Lambdin: Dramatics 3,4: Concert Band 3,4: Golf 1: Talent Show 3,4: German Band 4: National Thespian Society 4: Astronomy Club 1: Boys Intramurals 4. Gordon Larson: Choraliers 2,3,4: A Cappella Choir 2,3,4: National Forensic League 4: Talent Show 2,3,4: Minstrel Show 1.2: Operetta 4: Freshman Boys Chorus. Margaret Latta: Treble Clef 3: A Cappella Choir 4: Talent Show 2,3: Spanish Club 3: Orchesis 1.2: Girls Intramurals 1,2: Pep Club 1,2,3,4: Cafeteria Monitor 4. Pete Lauberiheimer: Track 3,4: Boys Intramurals 1,3,4: Model Railroad Club 4. Richard M. Leckband: Wrestling 1,2,3,4: Football 1,2: "A" Club 3,4: Class Board 3, Junior Class Traffic Court Justice: Talent Show 2. Hex-mine Leiher: Girls Intramurals 3,4: Piano 2: Pep Club 1. Roger Lemke: Debate 1: Wrestling 1: Hall Guide 3. Dawn H. Leth: Operetta 3,4: District and State Music Contest 2,4: A Cappella Choir 3,4: Art Club 3,4: Talent Show 4. Bonnie Levine: Freshman Girls Chorus: Office Guide 2. Ruth LeVine: Girls Intramurals 1: Office Guide 2,3: Cafeteria Monitor Chairman 4. Sandy Lewis: Pep Club 2,3,4: Talent Show 2,4: Homeroom Secretary-treasurer 3: Senior Ball Committee: Cafeteria Monitor 4: Camera Club 1, Treble Clef 3: Home Economics Club 1: Trans- ferred as a sophomore from Stamford, Connecticut. John Gilbert Liebenow: "A" Club 4: Concert Band 1,2,3: Drama Club 4: National Thespian Society 4: Talent Show 1,2,3,4: Football Manager 3,4: Winter Play 3: Spring Play 3,4. Patricia Liggett: Pep Club 1,2. Rick Lindstrom: Golf 1,2,3,4: "A" Club 3,4: Basketball 1: Talent Show 2,3,4. Kenneth Linnemann: Future Farmers 1, Sentinel 1. William Lippke: Gymnastics 1,2,3,4: Track 1,2: Cross Country 2,3: Concert Band 1,2,3,4: March- ing Band 2,3,4: Dance Band 2,3,4: Talent Show 2,3,4: Homeroom President 1. Lois Lippold: Concert Band 1,2,3,4: Triple "S" Club 2,3,4, Vice President 4: Girls Intramurals 2,3: Marching Band 1,2,3,4: German Band 3: Pep Club 1,2,3,4: Talent Show 2,3: Cafeteria Monitor 4. Judy Lips: Cheerleading 4: CARDINAL 3,4, Oo-business Manager 4: Seven Semester Honor Pin Future Teachers 3,4, Secretary-treasurer 3: Spanish Club 3,4: Treble Clef 2,3: Talent Show 2,3. Linda L. Lockwood: Future Nurses 3,4. President 4: Nurses Aid 3,4: Talent Show 3: Hall Moni- tor 2: Freshman Orientatlon 3: Latin Club 1,2,3: Pep Club 1,2,3,4. Bob Lockwood: Basketball 1,2,3,4: Track 1,2,3,4: Cross Country 1,3: "A" Club 2,3,4: Mixed Chorus 3: A Cappella Choir 4: Freshman Boys Chorus. Jodee Lohr: Girls Intramurals 3,4: Freshman Girls Chorus: Orchestra 2: Pep Club 1,2. Cyndy Long: Bridge Club 4, President 4: Homeroom President 4: Class Board 3,4, School Cal- endar Co-editor 3: Office Guide 4: Talent Show 2,3,4: Cafeteria Monitor 4, Spanish Club 4. 54 Ruth Kindler James King David Koceja. Ruth Koes U. Kent Kurtz Bernard L Roger Lemke Dawn Lei Kenneth Linnemann William Lil Ruth Kindler: Pep Club 1: Nurses Aid 2: Girls Intramurals 3. James S. Kingsley: Astronomy Club 1: Cross Country 1.3: Golf 2: Future Farmers 2,3,4: Ex- plorers Club 4: Boys Intramurals 4. Mary Anne Klrzeder: Transferred as a junior from Rock Island, Illinois. Wayne Knight: Baseball 3,4: Transferred as a junior from Binghamton, New York. Sue Knoepfle: A Cappella Choir 3,4: Mixed Chorus 2: Freshman Girls Chorus: Talent Show 1,2,3,4: Operetta 3,4: Social Science Club 3: Spanish Club 1,2,3: Bridge Club 4. James H. Knollmueller: Concert Band 1,2,3,4: Marching Band 1,2,3,4: Aeronautics Club 1,3,4, President 3,4: German Band 3,4: Pep Band 1,2,3,4. James Knopp: National Honor Society 3,4, President 4: Chemistry Club 1,3,4: Philosophy Club 4: Concert Band 1,2,3,4: German Band 3: Dance Band 2,3: Orchestra 2,3,4: Talent Show 1,2,3,4. Herbert Knoppel David L. Koceja: Basketball 1: Baseball 1,2: CARDINAL 4: Boys Intramurals 3: Camera Club 1. Ruth Koester: Freshman Girls Chorus, Ensemble: Cadet Band 1: Concert Band 2,3: Pep Band 2,3: Marching Band 2,3: Pep Club 1,4: Cafeteria Monitor 4: Four Semester Honor Pin. Ed Kolk: Track 1,2: Swimming 1,2: Diversified Occupations 4. Phyllis Mary Komondoros Pat Kopriva: Freshman Girls Chorus: Office Guide 2,3: Future Homemakers 4: Pep Club 4. Ray Kranz: Diversified Occupations 4. Eldon Kreider: Debate 1,2,3,4: National Forensic League 1,2,3,4: National Honor Society 3,4: Math Club 1,3,4, President 4: Chemistry Club 3,4: Radio Club 1: Philosophy Club 4: Cadet Band 1. Gloria Kruse: A Cappella Choir 4: Class Board 1,3, Junior Prom Chairman 3, Senior Ball Chair- man 4: Social Science Club 3: Bridge Club 4, Secretary-treasurer 4: Triple "S" Club 3,4: Nurses Aid 1: Mixed Chorus 3: Pep Club 1,2,3,4. Kent Kurtz: Track 1,2,3,4: Football 1, Manager 3,4: "A" Club 3.4. Bernard A. Lalor: National Honor Society 3,4: Class Board 4: French Club 4: Talent Show 2,4: Seven Semester Honor Pin: Homeroom President 3,4. Philip E. Lambdin: Dramatics 3,4: Concert Band 3,4: Golf 1: Talent Show 3,4: German Band 4: National Thespian Society 4: Astronomy Club 1: Boys Intramurals 4. Gordon Larson: Choraliers 2,3,4: A Cappella Choir 2,3,4: National Forensic League 4: Talent Show 2,3,4: Minstrel Show 1.2: Operetta 4: Freshman Boys Chorus. Margaret Latta: Treble Clef 3: A Cappella Choir 4: Talent Show 2,3: Spanish Club 3: Orchesis 1.2: Girls Intramurals 1,2: Pep Club 1,2,3,4: Cafeteria Monitor 4. Pete Lauberiheimer: Track 3,4: Boys Intramurals 1,3,4: Model Railroad Club 4. Richard M. Leckband: Wrestling 1,2,3,4: Football 1,2: "A" Club 3,4: Class Board 3, Junior Class Traffic Court Justice: Talent Show 2. Hex-mine Leiher: Girls Intramurals 3,4: Piano 2: Pep Club 1. Roger Lemke: Debate 1: Wrestling 1: Hall Guide 3. Dawn l-I. Leth: Operetta 3,4: District and State Music Contest 2,4: A Cappella Choir 3,4: Art Club 3,4: Talent Show 4. Bonnie Levine: Freshman Girls Chorus: Office Guide 2. Ruth LeVine: Girls Intramurals 1: Office Guide 2,3: Cafeteria Monitor Chairman 4. Sandy Lewis: Pep Club 2,3,4: Talent Show 2,4: Homeroom Secretary-treasurer 3: Senior Ball Committee: Cafeteria Monitor 4: Camera Club 1, Treble Clef 3: Home Economics Club 1: Trans- ferred as a sophomore from Stamford, Connecticut. John Gilbert Liebenow: "A" Club 4: Concert Band 1,2,3: Drama Club 4: National Thespian Society 4: Talent Show 1,2,3,4: Football Manager 3,4: Winter Play 3: Spring Play 3,4. Patricia Liggett: Pep Club 1,2. Rick Lindstrom: Golf 1,2,3,4: "A" Club 3,4: Basketball 1: Talent Show 2,3,4. Kenneth Linnemann: Future Farmers 1, Sentinel 1. William Lippke: Gymnastics 1,2,3,4: Track 1,2: Cross Country 2,3: Concert Band 1,2,3,4: March- ing Band 2,3,4: Dance Band 2,3,4: Talent Show 2,3,4: Homeroom President 1. Lois Lippold: Concert Band 1,2,3,4: Triple "S" Club 2,3,4, Vice President 4: Girls Intramurals 2,3: Marching Band 1,2,3,4: German Band 3: Pep Club 1,2,3,4: Talent Show 2,3: Cafeteria Monitor 4. Judy Lips: Cheerleading 4: CARDINAL 3,4, Oo-business Manager 4: Seven Semester Honor Pin Future Teachers 3,4, Secretary-treasurer 3: Spanish Club 3,4: Treble Clef 2,3: Talent Show 2,3. Linda L. Lockwood: Future Nurses 3,4. President 4: Nurses Aid 3,4: Talent Show 3: Hall Moni- tor 2: Freshman Orientatlon 3: Latin Club 1,2,3: Pep Club 1,2,3,4. Bob Lockwood: Basketball 1,2,3,4: Track 1,2,3,4: Cross Country 1,3: "A" Club 2,3,4: Mixed Chorus 3: A Cappella Choir 4: Freshman Boys Chorus. Jodee Lohr: Girls Intramurals 3,4: Freshman Girls Chorus: Orchestra 2: Pep Club 1,2. Cyndy Long: Bridge Club 4, President 4: Homeroom President 4: Class Board 3,4, School Cal- endar Co-editor 3: Office Guide 4: Talent Show 2,3,4: Cafeteria Monitor 4, Spanish Club 4. 54 . . I Ruth Kindler James King Q. David Koceja. Ruth Koes U. Kent Kurtz Bernard L Roger Lemke Dawn Lei Kenneth Linnemann William Lil 'Gang fi IEA . Annq- Kirzn-ds-r N'uyno Knight Suu linm-pflv James Knollmuc-llvr Jam:-S Knapp Ili-rbvrt Knoppi- Hd Kolk 3 .7 I .J Fw. Rip l.nmhdin h '5- V i 'x ' wr-if I - ff 'T-,Q f Q 4f"5 x A 1 .2 .1- I . mi. I .A ' . 1 'REQ- Phyllis Komundnrns Pat Knpriva Ray Krnnz Eldon Kra-ide-r Gloria, Kruse ':-.1-Gi' Li, Gurdon Larson Marpfurvt Latta Pete Lalllwnha-imc-r x Nb .argjx '?"'1p Richu rd L1-1-klmnd Hvrmine- L4-ilu-r nnif- Ls-vinv Ruth L1-Vinv Sandy Lewis John Lil-benuw Patricia I.ig1.:c'tt Rick Lindstrnm nis Lippold Judy Lips Linda l,m'kw00d Bob liorlnvimd Judea Luhr Cyndy Lung 'Gang fi IEA . Annq- Kirzn-ds-r N'uyno Knight Suu linm-pflv James Knollmuc-llvr Jam:-S Knapp Ili-rbvrt Knoppi- Hd Kolk 3 .7 I .J Fw. Rip l.nmhdin h '5- V i 'x ' wr-if I - ff 'T-,Q f Q 4f"5 x A 1 .2 .1- I . mi. I .A ' . 1 'REQ- Phyllis Komundnrns Pat Knpriva Ray Krnnz Eldon Kra-ide-r Gloria, Kruse ':-.1-Gi' Li, Gurdon Larson Marpfurvt Latta Pete Lalllwnha-imc-r x Nb .argjx '?"'1p Richu rd L1-1-klmnd Hvrmine- L4-ilu-r nnif- Ls-vinv Ruth L1-Vinv Sandy Lewis John Lil-benuw Patricia I.ig1.:c'tt Rick Lindstrnm nis Lippold Judy Lips Linda l,m'kw00d Bob liorlnvimd Judea Luhr Cyndy Lung Thomas Longwell Barbara Maas Bob Maierhofer Judy Marsala Judi Makinson April Ma Susan McCoy Putt McGill Rod McKay Marvin Meyer Sharon Meehan Roger Meg Kristin Miller Andy lllitchell Bonnie Mitchell Edwin Moehling Judith lloehling Vicki Mog I I Sally Moore Bob Mors Jim Morris Dwayne Mueller Joyce Mueller Sharon Mui Kenneth Nau Lois Nelson Richard Nickelsen Lorraine Niebur John Nimmer Floyd No Thomas Longwell Barbara Maas Bob Maierhofer Judy Marsala Judi Makinson April Ma Susan McCoy Putt McGill Rod McKay Marvin Meyer Sharon Meehan Roger Meg Kristin Miller Andy lllitchell Bonnie Mitchell Edwin Moehling Judith lloehling Vicki Mog li I Sally Moore Bob Mors Jim Morris Dwayne Mueller Joyce Mueller Sharon Mui Kenneth Nau Lois Nelson Richard Nickelsen Lorraine Niebur John Nimmer Floyd No nncy May Carol Mayhew ores Miller Katherine Miller ul Molltor Sharon Munjeau lin Murray Judith Murray rry North Larry North Thomas Longwell: Tennis 1,2,3,4: "A" Club 4: Cafeteria Monltor 4: Orchestra 1. Barbara Maas: Chorus 1: Pep Club 1: Future Homemakers 1: G.A.A. 1: Transferred from Grayslake, Illinois, as a sophomore. Bob Maierhofer: "A" Club 4: Gymnastics 3,4: Beginning Band 1. Judy Darlene Marsala: Girls Intramurals 1: Orchestra 1.2.3, Treasurer 3: Operetta 3. Judi Makinson: Cardettes 3: A Cappella Choir 4: Class Board 1: Talent Show 1,2,3: Pep Club 1.2,3,4: Art Club 3: Triple "S" Club 3: Bridge Club 4. April Mem: Homecoming Queen 4: Student Councll 4, Recording Secretary 4: Talent Show 2.4: Chorallers 3,4: A Cappella Choir 3,4: Triple "S" Club 3: Pep Club 3,4. Nancy May Carol Ann Mayhew: Social Science Club 3: Pep Club 3: Treble Clef 4. Susan Virginia McCoy: HEIGHTS 3,4: Philosophy Club 4: National Honor Society 3,4: Latln Club 3: Talent Show 2,4: Class Board 2: Freshman Girls Chorus: Quill and Scroll 3,4. Putt McGill: CARDINAL 4: National Thespian Society 3,4: Drama Club 4, Secretary-treasurer 4: Pep Club 1,3,4: Talent Show 2,3: Cadet Band 1: Talent Club 3,4: Play Crew 2,3,4. Bod McKay: Mixed Chorus 1.2: Boys Intramurals 1. Marvin W. Meyer: National Honor Society 2,3,4: Future Farmers 1,2, Reporter 2: Explorers Club 3: Boys Intramurals 2. Sharon Meehan: Glrls Intramurals 3,4: Freshman Girls Chorus: Future Homemakers 1. Roger A. Meyer: Four Semester Honor Pin: Student Council 4, Chief Justice Traffic Court 4: Homeroom President 4: Spanish Club 3: Gymnastics 1,2,3,4: Class Board 3: Talent Show Crew 2. Delores M. Miller: Cafeteria Monitor 4: Triple "S" Club 3: Mixed Chorus 3: Library Club 3: Pep Club 1,2,3: Talent Show: Girls Intramurals 3. Katherine Ann Miller: Class Board 4, Senlor Class Secretary: A Cappella Choir: Mixed Chorus 3, Secretary 3: Freshman Girls Chorus: CARDINAL 3,4, Co-business Manager 4: Talent Show 2: Operetta 4: Triple "S" Club 3. Kristin Miller: Pep Club 1,2,3,4, Secretary-treasurer 4: Student Councll 3,4: Class Board 1.2, Sophomore Class Vice President: Talent Show 2,3,4: Art Club 1,2: Spanish Club 3: Freshman Girls Chorus: Spring Play 3. Andy Mitchell: Boys Club 1. Bonnie Mitchell: Class Board 4: Office Guide 2,3: Girls Gymnastics 1: Freshman Girls Chorus: Triple "S" 1.3, Executive Board 3: Talent Show 4. Edwin Moehling: Golf 1,2,3,4: "A" Club 3,4: Hall Monitor 3: Boys Intramurals 2,3,4. Judith Moehling: Freshman Girls Chorus: Talent Show 2, Crew 3: Future Homemakers 1.3: Fall Play 3. Vicki Mogren: Homecoming Queen Candidate 4: Cheerleading 1,2,3,4, Captain 4: Class Board 4: Latin Club 3: Triple "S" Club 3,4: Social Science Club 3,4: Pep Club 1,2,3,4: Talent Show 2. John B. Molitor Sharon Eileen Monjeau: Freshman Girls Chorus: Mixed Chorus 2: Diversified Occupations 3,4, Secretary 3,4. Sally Moore: Homeroom Secretary 1,4: CARDINAL 3,4, Co-advertising manager 4: Class Board 3: Talent Show 2,3: Triple "S" Club 3: Girls Club Convention Delegate 3: Social Science Club 3: Bridge Club 4. Bob Mors: Football 1,2,3,4, All Conference 4: Basketball 1,2,3,4: Track 1,2,3,4, All State 3: "A" Club 2.3.4, President 4: Homecoming King Candidate 4. Jim Morris: Football 1,2,3: Class Board 1. Dwayne W. Mueller: Beginning Band 1: Hall Guide 3. Joyce Mueller: Seven Semester Honor Pin: Future Homemakers 1,3,4: Girls Intramurals 1,3,4: Cafeteria Monitor 4. Sharon Murphy: A Cappella Choir 3: Treble Clef 2: Freshman Girls Chorus: Girls Intramurals 2,3,4: Pep Club 1. John Murray: Basketball 1: Football 1.2: Golf 1,2,3. Judith Murray: Pep Club 3: Social Science Club 3. Kenneth Nau: Tennis 1,2.3: Dlstributive Education 4. Lois Nelson: Triple "S" Club 3,4, Secretary-treasurer 4: Cafeteria Monitor 4: Office Guide 2: Pep Club 3,4: Treble Clef 3: French Club 3: Bridge Club 4: Social Science Club 3. Richard Nickelsen: "A" Club 3,4: Baseball 1,2,3,4: A Cappella Choir 1,2,3,4: Football 1,2,3,4: Ushers Club 3,4. Lorraine Edith Niebur: Sodallty of Mary 2,3: Dramatics Club 2,3: Varsity Volleyball 2,3: News Staff 3: Spring Recital Play: Transferred as a senior from Chicago, Illinois. John Allen Nimmer: National Thesplan Society 4: Drama Club 4: A Cappella Choir 3,4: Forensics 4: Fall Play 4: Contest Play 3. Floyd W. Nolte: Diversified Occupations 3.4: Football 1. Barry North: Boys Intramurals 1,2,3,4: Explorers Club 3. Larry North: Boys Intramurals 1,2,3,4: Explorers Club 3: Hall Guide 3. nncy May Carol Mayhew ores Miller Katherine Miller ul Molltor Sharon Munjeau lin Murray Judith Murray rry North Larry North Thomas Longwell: Tennis 1,2,3,4: "A" Club 4: Cafeteria Monltor 4: Orchestra 1. Barbara Maas: Chorus 1: Pep Club 1: Future Homemakers 1: G.A.A. 1: Transferred from Grayslake, Illinois, as a sophomore. Bob Maierhofer: "A" Club 4: Gymnastics 3,4: Beginning Band 1. Judy Darlene Marsala: Girls Intramurals 1: Orchestra 1.2.3, Treasurer 3: Operetta 3. Judi Makinson: Cardettes 3: A Cappella Choir 4: Class Board 1: Talent Show 1,2,3: Pep Club 1.2,3,4: Art Club 3: Triple "S" Club 3: Bridge Club 4. April Mem: Homecoming Queen 4: Student Councll 4, Recording Secretary 4: Talent Show 2.4: Chorallers 3,4: A Cappella Choir 3,4: Triple "S" Club 3: Pep Club 3,4. Nancy May Carol Ann Mayhew: Social Science Club 3: Pep Club 3: Treble Clef 4. Susan Virginia McCoy: HEIGHTS 3,4: Philosophy Club 4: National Honor Society 3,4: Latln Club 3: Talent Show 2,4: Class Board 2: Freshman Girls Chorus: Quill and Scroll 3,4. Putt McGill: CARDINAL 4: National Thespian Society 3,4: Drama Club 4, Secretary-treasurer 4: Pep Club 1,3,4: Talent Show 2,3: Cadet Band 1: Talent Club 3,4: Play Crew 2,3,4. Bod McKay: Mixed Chorus 1.2: Boys Intramurals 1. Marvin W. Meyer: National Honor Society 2,3,4: Future Farmers 1,2, Reporter 2: Explorers Club 3: Boys Intramurals 2. Sharon Meehan: Glrls Intramurals 3,4: Freshman Girls Chorus: Future Homemakers 1. Roger A. Meyer: Four Semester Honor Pin: Student Council 4, Chief Justice Traffic Court 4: Homeroom President 4: Spanish Club 3: Gymnastics 1,2,3,4: Class Board 3: Talent Show Crew 2. Delores M. Miller: Cafeteria Monitor 4: Triple "S" Club 3: Mixed Chorus 3: Library Club 3: Pep Club 1,2,3: Talent Show: Girls Intramurals 3. Katherine Ann Miller: Class Board 4, Senlor Class Secretary: A Cappella Choir: Mixed Chorus 3, Secretary 3: Freshman Girls Chorus: CARDINAL 3,4, Co-business Manager 4: Talent Show 2: Operetta 4: Triple "S" Club 3. Kristin Miller: Pep Club 1,2,3,4, Secretary-treasurer 4: Student Councll 3,4: Class Board 1.2, Sophomore Class Vice President: Talent Show 2,3,4: Art Club 1,2: Spanish Club 3: Freshman Girls Chorus: Spring Play 3. Andy Mitchell: Boys Club 1. Bonnie Mitchell: Class Board 4: Office Guide 2,3: Girls Gymnastics 1: Freshman Girls Chorus: Triple "S" 1.3, Executive Board 3: Talent Show 4. Edwin Moehling: Golf 1,2,3,4: "A" Club 3,4: Hall Monitor 3: Boys Intramurals 2,3,4. Judith Moehling: Freshman Girls Chorus: Talent Show 2, Crew 3: Future Homemakers 1.3: Fall Play 3. Vicki Mogren: Homecoming Queen Candidate 4: Cheerleading 1,2,3,4, Captain 4: Class Board 4: Latin Club 3: Triple "S" Club 3,4: Social Science Club 3,4: Pep Club 1,2,3,4: Talent Show 2. John B. Molitor Sharon Eileen Monjeau: Freshman Girls Chorus: Mixed Chorus 2: Diversified Occupations 3,4, Secretary 3,4. Sally Moore: Homeroom Secretary 1,4: CARDINAL 3,4, Co-advertising manager 4: Class Board 3: Talent Show 2,3: Triple "S" Club 3: Girls Club Convention Delegate 3: Social Science Club 3: Bridge Club 4. Bob Mors: Football 1,2,3,4, All Conference 4: Basketball 1,2,3,4: Track 1,2,3,4, All State 3: "A" Club 2.3.4, President 4: Homecoming King Candidate 4. Jim Morris: Football 1,2,3: Class Board 1. Dwayne W. Mueller: Beginning Band 1: Hall Guide 3. Joyce Mueller: Seven Semester Honor Pin: Future Homemakers 1,3,4: Girls Intramurals 1,3,4: Cafeteria Monitor 4. Sharon Murphy: A Cappella Choir 3: Treble Clef 2: Freshman Girls Chorus: Girls Intramurals 2,3,4: Pep Club 1. John Murray: Basketball 1: Football 1.2: Golf 1,2,3. Judith Murray: Pep Club 3: Social Science Club 3. Kenneth Nau: Tennis 1,2.3: Dlstributive Education 4. Lois Nelson: Triple "S" Club 3,4, Secretary-treasurer 4: Cafeteria Monitor 4: Office Guide 2: Pep Club 3,4: Treble Clef 3: French Club 3: Bridge Club 4: Social Science Club 3. Richard Nickelsen: "A" Club 3,4: Baseball 1,2,3,4: A Cappella Choir 1,2,3,4: Football 1,2,3,4: Ushers Club 3,4. Lorraine Edith Niebur: Sodallty of Mary 2,3: Dramatics Club 2,3: Varsity Volleyball 2,3: News Staff 3: Spring Recital Play: Transferred as a senior from Chicago, Illinois. John Allen Nimmer: National Thesplan Society 4: Drama Club 4: A Cappella Choir 3,4: Forensics 4: Fall Play 4: Contest Play 3. Floyd W. Nolte: Diversified Occupations 3.4: Football 1. Barry North: Boys Intramurals 1,2,3,4: Explorers Club 3. Larry North: Boys Intramurals 1,2,3,4: Explorers Club 3: Hall Guide 3. Riggie Nygard: Distrlbutive Education 3.4. Reporter 3, Secretary 43 Cafeteria Monitor 4. John Oberg: Baseball 1,2,3,43 Basketball 1.2.31 Football 1,21 "A" Club 3.43 Student Council 13 Homeroom President 13 Class Board 23 Transferred as a freshman from Des Plaines, Illinois. Joyce Olson: Candidate for Homecoming Queen 43 Student Council 13 Class Board 43 Homeroom President 1.43 Cafeteria Monitor 43 Office Guide 3.4: Talent Show 3,41 Bridge Club 4. Joanne Catherine Oplt: Pep Club 3: Social Science Club 33 Hall Guide 33 Treble Clef 4. Randi 0psahl: Class Board 1: Library Club 13 Philosophy Club 4. Jane Ann Owen: National Honor Society 3,43 Seven Semester Honor Pin: Treble Clef 3,4, Ac- companist 3,43 Latin Club 1.2.3,4, Treasurer 3, Consul 43 Future Teachers 43 Pan Language Council 4: Social Science Club 33 Pep Club 1,2,3,4. Dorthy L. Panzer: Social Science Club 1,31 Future Homemakers 2.3. Sally Ann Pasvogel: Pep Club 1,3,4: Hall Guide 2,3: Social Science Club 3. Kenneth Paulson: Golf 1,2,4Q A Cappella Choir 2.33 Freshman Boys Chorus3 Minstrel Show 23 State Music Contest 3. Penelope Elizabeth Pearne: Social Science Club 3: Cafeteria Monitor 43 Pep Club 4: National Thespian Society 3.4, President 43 Drama Club 43 Spring Play 23 Fall Play 3.43 Future Teachers 4. Janet Pearson: Future Teachers 43 Treble Clef 23 Cafeteria Monitor 43 Pep Club 1,2,3,43 Office Guide 43 Library Assistant 13 French Club 33 Future Homemakers 1. James Peery: Football 1,2,3,43 Baseball 1,2,3,4I Basketball 1,23 "A" Club 3,42 Student Council 1,2,3,43 National Honor Society 2.3.43 Freshman Boys Chorus 13 A Cappella Choir 2,3,4. Diana Petersen: Talent Show 2,3,43 Triple "S" Club 3,43 Pep Club 1,2,3,4Q Homeroom Secretary 13 Organ 13 Office Guide 23 Girls Intramurals 23 Nurses Aid 4. John Petersen: Class Board 1,2,3.4, Freshman and Sophomore Traffic Court Justice, Junior and Senior Class President: National Forensic League 1.2.3, Vice President 3, President 4: National Honor Society 3,43 Seven Semester Honor Pin: A Cappella Choir 3,4, President 43 National Thes- plan Society 3.4, Treasurer 4: Student Council 2.3.4. Jim Petrie: Camera Club 3. Carolyn Pitt: Hall Guide 3. Bonnie Lynn Poole: Girls Intramurals 3,43 Freshman Girls Chorus3 Treble Clef 2,31 Spanish Club 3. Alvin D. Popp: Freshman Boys Chorus3 A Cappella Choir 2,3,43 Camera Club 13 Aeronautics Club 13 Audio-Visual 1.2. Carl J. Popp: Wrestling 2,33 Cross Country 43 French Club 3.4, President 43 Explorers Club 43 Pan Language Council 43 Hall Guide 4. ' Gale Powell: Treble Clef 1,2,31 Orchesis 13 Talent Show 1,43 Triple "S" Club 1,31 Art Club 1.2,33 Pep Club 1,2,3,4Q Social Science Club 33 Freshman Girls Chorus, Ensemble. Sandy Powell: Cheerleading 1.2,43 Orchesis 33 Class Board 3,4: National Forensic League 23 National Honor Society 3,43 Talent Show 2,3,4I Seven Semester Honor Pin3 Spanish Club 4. Diane Price: Band 23 G.R.A. 4: Pep Club 43 Astronomy Club 33 Camera Projection 2,35 Trans- ferred as a sophomore from Waukesha, Wisconsin. Helga Pytlik: Class Board 13 HEIGHTS 1,33 German Club 3,4, Treasurer 3, Secretary 43 Talent Show 23 Cafeteria Monitor 43 Organ 1.2. Homeroom President 43 Four Semester Honor Pin. Bonnie Quigley: G.R.A. 3 ,4. Treasurer 43 German Club 3,4, Vice President 3,43 Freshman Girls Chorus3 Treble Clef 33 Pep Club 1.3.43 Future Teachers 3.43 Talent Show 2,43 Cafeteria Monitor 4. T, J. Quigley Connie Raasch: Concert Band 1,2,3,43 National Honor Society 2.3.4, Vice President 4: Future Teachers 3,4, President 43 Social Science Club 3, Secretary 33 Spanish Club 1.3.43 French Club 43 Orchestra 3,41 Seven Semester Honor Pin: Transferred as a sophomore from Sioux Falls, South Dakota. Donald Rasmussen: Freshman Boys Chorus3 Camera Club 33 Radio Club 1. Betty Jane Rawlings: Future Homemakers 4. Guenther Beinke: Cross Country 1,22 Baseball 1.2.31 Wrestling 2. June Marie Richardson: Freshman Girls Chorus: Mixed Chorus 23 A Cappella Choir 3: Operetta 3. Bonnie I. Richards: Future Nurses 1.23 Future Homemakers 1.23 Treble Clef 2. Daniel Riley: Golf 13 Diversified Occupations 43 Boys Intramurals 1. Laurie Riley: Harmonettes 2.3.43 Orchesis 2,3,43 A Cappella Choir 2.3.42 National Forensic League 2.42 Student Council 1,22 Talent Show 1,2,3,4Q Operetta 3.43 Class Board 1, Freshman Class Secretary. Danita Marie Rinaldi: Volleyball 1.2.3, Co-captain 2,3: Dramatics 1.2,33 Student Prefect 1: Trans- ferred as a junior from Chicago, Illinois. Robert Bruce Ritzma: Football 1,2,3I Basketball 1.23 Diversified Occupations 43 Track 2: Tennis 13 Freshman Boys Chorus: Mixed Chorus 2. Bruce Robb: Gymnastics 1,2.3.4. Richard Robinson: Library Club 1,33 Chemistry Club 3.43 Cross Country 1.23 Track 13 Biology Club 1.2. Ernesto P. Rodriquez: Wrestling 1,2,3,43 Football 1,2,4Q Baseball 1,21 Spanish Club 33 "A" Club 3,43 Homeroom Vice President 1, Treasurer 3. William James Roosen: A Cappella Choir 1,2,3,43 Latin Club 43 Philosophy Club 43 Swimming Team 1,2,3I Opera Club 1,2,3Q Cross Country 23 Transferred as a junior from Chicago, Illinois. Gregory W. Rose: Football 1,2,3,43 Wrestling 2.3.43 Basketball 1,21 Baseball 1,42 Track 2: Homeroom President 33 "A" Club 3.4. 1 Riggie Nygard John Obi f Kenneth Paulson Penelope Pc Bonnie Poole Alvin P01 T. J. Quigley Connie Baa xr Laurie Riley Danita Rin: Riggie Nygard: Distrlbutive Education 3.4. Reporter 3, Secretary 43 Cafeteria Monitor 4. John Oberg: Baseball 1,2,3,43 Basketball 1.2.31 Football 1,21 "A" Club 3.43 Student Council 13 Homeroom President 13 Class Board 23 Transferred as a freshman from Des Plaines, Illinois. Joyce Olson: Candidate for Homecoming Queen 43 Student Council 13 Class Board 43 Homeroom President 1.43 Cafeteria Monitor 43 Office Guide 3.4: Talent Show 3,41 Bridge Club 4. Joanne Catherine Oplt: Pep Club 3: Social Science Club 33 Hall Guide 33 Treble Clef 4. Randi 0psahl: Class Board 1: Library Club 13 Philosophy Club 4. Jane Ann Owen: National Honor Society 3,43 Seven Semester Honor Pin: Treble Clef 3,4, Ac- companist 3,43 Latin Club 1.2.3,4, Treasurer 3, Consul 43 Future Teachers 43 Pan Language Council 4: Social Science Club 33 Pep Club 1,2,3,4. Dorthy L. Panzer: Social Science Club 1,31 Future Homemakers 2.3. Sally Ann Pasvogel: Pep Club 1,3,4: Hall Guide 2,3: Social Science Club 3. Kenneth Paulson: Golf 1,2,4Q A Cappella Choir 2.33 Freshman Boys Chorus3 Minstrel Show 23 State Music Contest 3. Penelope Elizabeth Pearne: Social Science Club 3: Cafeteria Monitor 43 Pep Club 4: National Thespian Society 3.4, President 43 Drama Club 43 Spring Play 23 Fall Play 3.43 Future Teachers 4. Janet Pearson: Future Teachers 43 Treble Clef 23 Cafeteria Monitor 43 Pep Club 1,2,3,43 Office Guide 43 Library Assistant 13 French Club 33 Future Homemakers 1. James Peery: Football 1,2,3,43 Baseball 1,2,3,4I Basketball 1,23 "A" Club 3,42 Student Council 1,2,3,43 National Honor Society 2.3.43 Freshman Boys Chorus 13 A Cappella Choir 2,3,4. Diana Petersen: Talent Show 2,3,43 Triple "S" Club 3,43 Pep Club 1,2,3,4Q Homeroom Secretary 13 Organ 13 Office Guide 23 Girls Intramurals 23 Nurses Aid 4. John Petersen: Class Board 1,2,3.4, Freshman and Sophomore Traffic Court Justice, Junior and Senior Class President: National Forensic League 1.2.3, Vice President 3, President 4: National Honor Society 3,43 Seven Semester Honor Pin: A Cappella Choir 3,4, President 43 National Thes- plan Society 3.4, Treasurer 4: Student Council 2.3.4. Jim Petrie: Camera Club 3. Carolyn Pitt: Hall Guide 3. Bonnie Lynn Poole: Girls Intramurals 3,43 Freshman Girls Chorus3 Treble Clef 2,31 Spanish Club 3. Alvin D. Popp: Freshman Boys Chorus3 A Cappella Choir 2,3,43 Camera Club 13 Aeronautics Club 13 Audio-Visual 1.2. Carl J. Popp: Wrestling 2,33 Cross Country 43 French Club 3.4, President 43 Explorers Club 43 Pan Language Council 43 Hall Guide 4. ' Gale Powell: Treble Clef 1,2,31 Orchesis 13 Talent Show 1,43 Triple "S" Club 1,31 Art Club 1.2,33 Pep Club 1,2,3,4Q Social Science Club 33 Freshman Girls Chorus, Ensemble. Sandy Powell: Cheerleading 1.2,43 Orchesis 33 Class Board 3,4: National Forensic League 23 National Honor Society 3,43 Talent Show 2,3,4I Seven Semester Honor Pin3 Spanish Club 4. Diane Price: Band 23 G.R.A. 4: Pep Club 43 Astronomy Club 33 Camera Projection 2,35 Trans- ferred as a sophomore from Waukesha, Wisconsin. Helga Pytlik: Class Board 13 HEIGHTS 1,33 German Club 3,4, Treasurer 3, Secretary 43 Talent Show 23 Cafeteria Monitor 43 Organ 1.2. Homeroom President 43 Four Semester Honor Pin. Bonnie Quigley: G.R.A. 3 ,4. Treasurer 43 German Club 3,4, Vice President 3,43 Freshman Girls Chorus3 Treble Clef 33 Pep Club 1.3.43 Future Teachers 3.43 Talent Show 2,43 Cafeteria Monitor 4. T, J. Quigley Connie Raasch: Concert Band 1,2,3,43 National Honor Society 2.3.4, Vice President 4: Future Teachers 3,4, President 43 Social Science Club 3, Secretary 33 Spanish Club 1.3.43 French Club 43 Orchestra 3,41 Seven Semester Honor Pin: Transferred as a sophomore from Sioux Falls, South Dakota. Donald Rasmussen: Freshman Boys Chorus3 Camera Club 33 Radio Club 1. Betty Jane Rawlings: Future Homemakers 4. Guenther Beinke: Cross Country 1,22 Baseball 1.2.31 Wrestling 2. June Marie Richardson: Freshman Girls Chorus: Mixed Chorus 23 A Cappella Choir 3: Operetta 3. Bonnie I. Richards: Future Nurses 1.23 Future Homemakers 1.23 Treble Clef 2. Daniel Riley: Golf 13 Diversified Occupations 43 Boys Intramurals 1. Laurie Riley: Harmonettes 2.3.43 Orchesis 2,3,43 A Cappella Choir 2.3.42 National Forensic League 2.42 Student Council 1,22 Talent Show 1,2,3,4Q Operetta 3.43 Class Board 1, Freshman Class Secretary. Danita Marie Rinaldi: Volleyball 1.2.3, Co-captain 2,3: Dramatics 1.2,33 Student Prefect 1: Trans- ferred as a junior from Chicago, Illinois. Robert Bruce Ritzma: Football 1,2,3I Basketball 1.23 Diversified Occupations 43 Track 2: Tennis 13 Freshman Boys Chorus: Mixed Chorus 2. Bruce Robb: Gymnastics 1,2.3.4. 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Hg 'fm ' r 'sz A-wg: A W kv , :,yz.:- , Judith Ruckoldt Brenda Rudolph John Russ Judith Ryan Linda Ryan W'ayne Ryd uf' E is Marge Sandford Bill Sannwald Ronald Schaefer Charles Schall Gloria Schamne Donna Scharrin qw 11 VYayne Schmidt Di-an Schneck Jim Schroeder Bob Schroeder James Schultz Dottie Sc-hul Richard Schwarz Barb Schwieger Lynda Scott Gloria Senne Kenneth Shaw Robert Shr Gerri Siehen Donna Siemro Robert Simmons Jay Singelmann Judy Skahill Gail Smit 'fm ' r 'sz A-wg: A W kv , :,yz.:- , Judith Ruckoldt Brenda Rudolph John Russ Judith Ryan Linda Ryan W'ayne Ryd i if as ii Q1 Marge Sandford Bill Sannwald Ronald Schaefer Charles Schall Gloria Schamne Donna Scharrin qw 11 VYayne Schmidt Di-an Schneck Jim Schroeder Bob Schroeder James Schultz Dottie Sc-hul Richard Schwarz Barb Schwieger Lynda Scott Gloria Senne Kenneth Shaw Robert Shr Gerri Siehen Donna Siemro Robert Simmons Jay Singelmann Judy Skahill Gail Smit Sachtschnlo Virray Sandberg ine Schlau Judy Schmidt Schumacher Lydia Schwarz ' Jane Shulse Ed Shumaker vhn Smith Laurence Smith Judith Ruckoldt Brenda Rudolph: Harmonettes 43 Student Council 13 Class Board 3,4: A Cappella Choir 3,4: Talent Show 1,2,3,4: Minstrel Show 1,23 Operetta 3,43 Orchesis 1.2,3,4. John Russ Judith Ryan: Class Treasurer 1,23 Volleyball 1.2.33 Dramatic Art 1,2,3: Transferred from Chicago, Illinois, as a senior. Linda. Ryan: Four Semester Honor Pin: Cadet Band 1: Concert Band 2.3.4, Librarian 3: Social Science Club 4: Future Teachers 4. Wayne Rydberg: Football 1.2,3: Track 2,3: Student Council 1,2,3,4, Vice President 3,4: Freshman Boys Chorus: A Cappella Choir 2,3,43 Boys Octette 1,2,3,4: Basketball 1: Homeroom President 1. Jim Sachtschale: Baseball 1,23 Football 2: Wrestling 1.2.4: Track 3,4: Homeroom President 4: Transferred from Des Plaines, Illinois, as a sophomore. V irray San dherg Marge Sandford: Concert Band 1,2,3,4: Marching Band 1,2,3,4: German Band 3: Pep Band 1,2,3,4: Talent Show 1.2.33 Operetta 3,43 Class Board 13 Diversified Occupations 4, President 4. Bill Sannwald: Spanish Club 4, President 4: Pan Language Councll 3.4, Vice President 3. President 4: Freshman Orientation Committee 2: Track 1.2: Cross Country 1,23 Boys Intramurals 3,42 Village Clerk 3. Ronald Roy Schaefer: Diversified Occupations 3.4, Vlce President 3,4: Gymnastics 1. Charles Schall: Boys Intramurals 33 Explorers Club 3,4: Transferred from Green Bay Wisconsin, as a sophomore. Gloria Schamne: Freshman Girls Chorus, Ensemble: Pep Club 1,2,3,4: A Cappella Choir 33 Talent Show 1,2,43 Operetta 3: Minstrel Show 2. Donna Scharringhausen: Freshman Girls Chorus: Treble Clef 33 A Cappella Choir 4: Cafeteria Monitor 4: Seven Semester Honor Pin. Elaine Schlau: Mixed Chorus 4: Senior Choir 2,3, Secretary 3: American Glrl Club 2.3: Ballet Corps 1,2,3: College Club 1,2,3: Italian Club 1,21 Office Assistant 1.2: Transferred from Chicago. Illinois, as a senior. Judy Schmidt: Nurses Aid 33 Library Assistant 3: Girls Intramurals 1.4. VVayne Schmidt Dean Schneck: Football 1,2,3,4: Wrestling 1,2,3,4: Track 2,3,4: "A" Club 3.4. Jim Schroeder: Future Farmers 1,2,3,4, President 1, Vice President 2. Bob Schroeder: Latln Club 13 Philosophy Club 4: Chemistry Club 3,4: Cadet Band 1.2: Concert Band 3,43 Marching Band 3,4: Pep Band 3,4. James D. Schultz: Football 1,22 Basketball 1: Wrestling 2: Track 1,2,3,4: Math Club 3. Dottie Schulze: Organ 1,22 Girls Intramurals 1,3.4: Future Homemakers 3.4, President 33 Office Guide 4: Seven Semester Honor Pin. Ed Schumacher: Football 1,2,3,4: Baseball 1,2,3,4: Wrestling 2,3,4, Co-captain 4: "A" Club 3,4: Student Council 43 Homeroom President 4. Lydia. Schwarz: Future Nurses 3, Vice President 3: Latin Club 33 Future Homemakers 1: Pep Club 1,21 Nurses Aid 4. Richard Schwarz: Freshman Boys Chorus: Mixed Chorus 2,32 Student Councll 1: Ushers Club 3,4, President 4. Barb Schwieger: Choraliers 43 Orchesis 43 A Cappella Choir 43 Pep Club 2,42 Talent Show 2,3,43 Mixed Chorus 33 Freshman Girls Chorus. Lynda. Scott: Freshman Girls Chorus: Glrls Intramurals 1.2: Pep Club 13 Library Assistant 13 Monitors Club 1. Gloria Senne: Office Guide 33 Pep Club 23 Future Homemakers 13 Girls Intramurals 1. Kenneth Shaw: Homeroom President 33 Football 1: Wrestling 23 Golf 2.3: Cross Country 4: Explorers Club 4. Robert Shriver: Football 1,22 Baseball 1: Basketball 13 Wrestling 2: Golf 3: Freshman Orienta- tlon Committee 2.3. Mary Jane Shulse: Girls Gymnastics 1: Library Club 1.2, Secretary 2: Social Science Club 3: Freshman Girls Chorus: Treble Clef 2.3: Class Board 4: HEIGHTS 43 Four Semester Honor Pin. Ed Shumaker: Gymnastics 1,2,3,4: "A" Club 3,4: Baseball 4: Traffic Court Monitor 4. Gerri Sieben: Concert Band 2,3,43 Latin Club 1,2,3,4: Class Board 3: Organ 1,23 Girls Intramurals 1: Freshman Orientation Committee 2: Talent Show 3: Pep Club 1,2,3,4. Donna Siexnro: Concert Band 3,4: Organ 1,23 Freshman Glrls Chorus: Orchestra 33 Future Teach- ers 3: Biology Club 4: Social Science Club 3: Seven Semester Honor Pln. Robert A. Simmons: Football 3: Talent Show 2. Jay Singelmaun: Audio-Visual 1: Chemistry Club 3. Judy F. Skahill: Art Club 1,2: Paint and Wig 1: Glrls Intramurals 1: Talent Show 1: Pep Club 1.2. Gail Smith: CARDINAL 3,4, News Editor 4: National Honor Society 3,4: Harmonettes 4: G.R.A. 3,4 Board 4: Spanish Club 3,4, Secretary 43 Quill and Scroll 3,4: Four Semester Honor Pin: A Cappella Choir 3,4. John Smith Laurence A. Smith: Football 1,2,3,4: "A" Club 4: Future Farmers 1,2: Boys Intramurals 1. Sachtschnlo Virray Sandberg ine Schlau Judy Schmidt Schumacher Lydia Schwarz ' Jane Shulse Ed Shumaker vhn Smith Laurence Smith Judith Ruckoldt Brenda Rudolph: Harmonettes 43 Student Council 13 Class Board 3,4: A Cappella Choir 3,4: Talent Show 1,2,3,4: Minstrel Show 1,23 Operetta 3,43 Orchesis 1.2,3,4. John Russ Judith Ryan: Class Treasurer 1,23 Volleyball 1.2.33 Dramatic Art 1,2,3: Transferred from Chicago, Illinois, as a senior. Linda. Ryan: Four Semester Honor Pin: Cadet Band 1: Concert Band 2.3.4, Librarian 3: Social Science Club 4: Future Teachers 4. Wayne Rydberg: Football 1.2,3: Track 2,3: Student Council 1,2,3,4, Vice President 3,4: Freshman Boys Chorus: A Cappella Choir 2,3,43 Boys Octette 1,2,3,4: Basketball 1: Homeroom President 1. Jim Sachtschale: Baseball 1,23 Football 2: Wrestling 1.2.4: Track 3,43 Homeroom President 4: Transferred from Des Plaines, Illinois, as a sophomore. V irray San dherg Marge Sandford: Concert Band 1,2,3,4: Marching Band 1,2,3,4: German Band 3: Pep Band 1,2,3,4: Talent Show 1.2.33 Operetta 3,4: Class Board 13 Diversified Occupations 4, President 4. Bill Sannwald: Spanish Club 4, President 4: Pan Language Councll 3.4, Vice President 3. President 4: Freshman Orientation Committee 2: Track 1.2: Cross Country 1,23 Boys Intramurals 3,42 Village Clerk 3. Ronald Roy Schaefer: Diversified Occupations 3,4, Vlce President 3,4: Gymnastics 1. Charles Schall: Boys Intramurals 33 Explorers Club 3,41 Transferred from Green Bay Wisconsin, as a sophomore. Gloria Schamne: Freshman Girls Chorus, Ensemble: Pep Club 1,2,3,4: A Cappella Choir 33 Talent Show 1,2,4Q Operetta 3: Minstrel Show 2. Donna Scharringhausen: Freshman Girls Chorus: Treble Clef 33 A Cappella Choir 4: Cafeteria Monitor 4: Seven Semester Honor Pin. Elaine Schlau: Mixed Chorus 4: Senior Choir 2.3, Secretary 3: American Glrl Club 2.3: Ballet Corps 1,2,3: College Club 1,2,3: Italian Club 1,21 Office Assistant 1.2: Transferred from Chicago. Illinois, as a senior. Judy Schmidt: Nurses Aid 33 Library Assistant 3: Girls Intramurals 1.4. VVayne Schmidt Dean Schneck: Football 1,2,3,4: Wrestling 1,2,3,4: Track 2,3,4: "A" Club 3.4. Jim Schroeder: Future Farmers 1,2,3,4, President 1, Vice President 2. Bob Schroeder: Latln Club 13 Philosophy Club 4: Chemistry Club 3.4: Cadet Band 1.2: Concert Band 3,43 Marching Band 3,4: Pep Band 3,4. James D. Schultz: Football 1,22 Basketball 1: Wrestling 2: Track 1,2,3,4: Math Club 3. Dottie Schulze: Organ 1,22 Girls Intramurals 1,3.4: Future Homemakers 3.4, President 33 Office Guide 4: Seven Semester Honor Pin. Ed Schumacher: Football 1,2,3,4: Baseball 1,2,3,4: Wrestling 2,3,4, Co-captain 4: "A" Club 3,4: Student Council 43 Homeroom President 4. Lydia. Schwarz: Future Nurses 3, Vice President 3: Latin Club 33 Future Homemakers 1: Pep Club 1,21 Nurses Aid 4. Richard Schwarz: Freshman Boys Chorus: Mixed Chorus 2,32 Student Councll 1: Ushers Club 3,4, President 4. Barb Schwieger: Choraliers 43 Orchesis 43 A Cappella Choir 43 Pep Club 2,42 Talent Show 2,3,43 Mixed Chorus 33 Freshman Girls Chorus. Lynda. Scott: Freshman Girls Chorus: Glrls Intramurals 1.2: Pep Club 13 Library Assistant 13 Monitors Club 1. Gloria Senne: Office Guide 33 Pep Club 2: Future Homemakers 13 Girls Intramurals 1. Kenneth Shaw: Homeroom President 33 Football 13 Wrestling 23 Golf 2.3: Cross Country 4: Explorers Club 4. Robert Shriver: Football 1,22 Baseball 1: Basketball 1: Wrestling 2: Golf 3: Freshman Orienta- tlon Committee 2.3. Mary Jane Shulse: Girls Gymnastics 1: Library Club 1.2, Secretary 2: Social Science Club 3: Freshman Girls Chorus: Treble Clef 2.3: Class Board 4: HEIGHTS 43 Four Semester Honor Pin. Ed Shumaker: Gymnastics 1,2,3,4: "A" Club 3,4: Baseball 4: Traffic Court Monitor 4. Gerri Sieben: Concert Band 2,3,43 Latin Club 1,2,3,4: Class Board 3: Organ 1,23 Girls Intramurals 1: Freshman Orientation Committee 2: Talent Show 3: Pep Club 1,2,3,4. Donna Siexnro: Concert Band 3,4: Organ 1,2: Freshman Glrls Chorus: Orchestra 33 Future Teach- ers 3: Biology Club 4: Social Science Club 3: Seven Semester Honor Pln. Robert A. Simmons: Football 3: Talent Show 2. Jay Singelmaun: Audio-Visual 1: Chemistry Club 3. Judy F. Skahill: Art Club 1,2: Paint and Wig 1: Glrls Intramurals 1: Talent Show 1: Pep Club 1.2. Gail Smith: CARDINAL 3,4, News Editor 4: National Honor Society 3,4: Harmonettes 4: G.R.A. 3,4 Board 4: Spanish Club 3,4, Secretary 43 Quill and Scroll 3,4: Four Semester Honor Pin: A Cappella Choir 3,4. John Smith Laurence A. Smith: Football 1,2,3,4: "A" Club 4: Future Farmers 1,2: Boys Intramurals 1. Roger Smith: Track 1,25 Talent Show 35 Explorers Club 3. Sean Smythe Jim Stade: Distrlbutive Education 3,45 Future Farmers 1,2. John William Staples: Philosophy Club 45 Chemistry Club 3,4, President 45 German Club 35 Math Club 3,45 Audio Visual 1,35 Seven Semester Honor Pin5 Junior Academy of Science 2,3, First Place 2,35 Radio Club 1,3,4, President 3,4. William David Starnes: Chemistry Club 1,3,45 Biology Club 15 Math Club 45 Philosophy Club 4: Electronics Club 45 Four Semester Honor Ping Junior Academy of Science 1,2,3, First Place 1,2.3. Barbara Stehman: Freshman Girls Chorus5 Mixed Chorus 25 A Cappella Choir 3,45 Latin Club 3,45 Triple "S" Club 35 Four Semester Honor Pin5 Pep Club 1,2,3,4. Lianne Steiger George A. Steil: Wrestling 2,3,45 Football 1,2,3,45 "A" Club 3,45 Future Farmers 3,4. Erika Streuer: Student Council 1: Seven Semester Honor Pin: National Forensic League 1,2,45 Debate 15 Office Guide 3,45 German Club 35 Social Science Club 3. Jane Stumpf: Treble Clef 25 Mixed Chorus 35 A Cappella Choir 45 Latin Club 25 Talent Show 2.4. Eileen Sundquist: Seven Semester Honor Pin: Freshman Girls Chorus: Future Teachers 4: Triple "S" Club 45 Cafeteria Monitor 45 Supply Store Clerk 45 Pep Club 45 Office Guide 4. Margaret Swanson: Freshman Girls Chorus5 Treble Clef 25 Mixed Chorus 35 A Cappella Choir 45 Future Teachers 3,45 Social Science Club 3,45 Talent Show 2,35 French Club 3. William Swanson Sarajane Terbellz Concert Band 1,2,3,45 National Honor Society 2,3,45 Class Board 3,45 Talent Show 2,35 Seven Semester Honor Pin: Dance Band 2,45 Philosophy Club 4, Vice President 4. Carol Ternovits: Drama Club 4, President 45 National Thespian Society 4, Secretary 45 Pep Club 1,2.3.4: French Club 2,3,45 Talent Show 1,2.45 Girls Gymnastics 15 Social Science Club 3.45 Philosophy Club 4. Denny Thill: Football 1,2,3,4: Baseball 1.2,3,45 Basketball 1,2.35 "A" Club 2,3,4. Anthony Thomas: A Cappella Choir 2,3,45 Basketball Manager 1,2,3,45 Baseball Manager 2,45 Talent Show 1.4. Pat Thompson: Pep Club 1.25 Freshman Girls Chorus5 Girls Intramurals 1. Ronald Wm. Thompson: Football 1.2.35 Track 15 Wrestling 2. John Thorne Edward J. Timmermann: Baseball 1,25 Wrestling 25 Senior Class Traffic Court Judge. Marilyn Tracy: CARDINAL 3,4, Exchange Editor 45 Freshman Girls Chorus: Treble Clef 25 Social Science Club 3: French Club 35 Pep Club 1,2,3,4. Clar Trausch: Wrestling 1,2,3.45 "A" Club 3,45 Library Club 15 Piano 1. Gerald J. Ulrich: Baseball 1: Boys Intramurals 2: Model Railroad Club 1. Mary Jo Utt: CARDINAL 1,3,4, Feature Editor 45 Talent Show 1,2,3,45 National Thespian Society 2.3,4: National Forensic League 3,45 Student Council 15 Class Board 35 Treble Clef 25 Quill and Scroll 3,4. Ron Vanllaalte: Track 15 Baseball 25 CARDINAL 4. Leslie W. Vaughan, Jr.: Track 1,2,3,45 Cross Country 1,2,3,45 Basketball 15 Wrestling 2,3,45 "A" Club 3,45 Cadet Band 1. Donna Jeanne Verheeck Ray Vesillus: Wrestling 2,35 Aeronautics Club 2,3, Vice President 3. John D. Vetter: Gymnastics 15 Explorers Club 2,3. Randall Virgil: Basketball 15 Baseball 1.2: CARDINAL 3,4, Sports Editor 45 HEIGHTS 4. Joy Louise Vitoux: National Thespian Society 3,45 Concert Band 1,2,3,45 French Club 1,25 Drama Club 1,45 A Cappella Choir 3,45 Philosophy Club 45 Art Club 1,2,3,4. Gordon Von Bergen: Future Farmers 2,3,4, Treasurer 3, Vice President 4. Linda Eileen VorBroker: Girls Intramurals 35 Freshman Girls Chorus. Barry Lee Walsh: Spring Play 25 Winter Play 35 Fall Play 3,45 Drama Club 45 National Thespian Society 3,4, Deanna Jean Warejcka.: Seven Semester Honor Ping Future Nurses 3,4, Vice President 45 Pep Club 1,3.4: Philosophy Club 45 French Club 45 Freshman Girls Chorus, Girls Intramurals 3,4. Gwen Warfield: Four Semester Honor Ping Homeroom Vice President 15 Office Guide 15 Girls In- tramurals 35 French Club 3,45 Cafeteria Monitor 4. William R. Webb: Wrestling 1,25 Aeronautics Club 15 Astronomy Club 1. Jack Weber: Football 1,2,3,4, All Conference 4, All State 45 Basketball 1,2,3,45 Track 1,2,3,45 "A" Club 2,3,45 Candidate for Homecoming King. Carol Wede: A Cappella Choir 3,4, Vice President 45 Triple "S" Club 3, Treasurer 35 Class Board 3,45 Princess of Christmas Ball 45 Pep Club 1,2,3,4, Board 3,45 Girls Intramurals 1,25 Freshman Girls Chorus 15 Mixed Chorus 2. Roger Smith Sean Smy Erika Streuer Jane Stun Anthony Thomas Pat Thomp Mary Jo Utt Ron VanBa Gordon Von Bergen Linda V0l'Bl Roger Smith: Track 1,25 Talent Show 35 Explorers Club 3. Sean Smythe Jim Stade: Distrlbutive Education 3,45 Future Farmers 1,2. John William Staples: Philosophy Club 45 Chemistry Club 3,4, President 45 German Club 35 Math Club 3,45 Audio Visual 1,35 Seven Semester Honor Pin5 Junior Academy of Science 2,3, First Place 2,35 Radio Club 1,3,4, President 3,4. William David Starnes: Chemistry Club 1,3,45 Biology Club 15 Math Club 45 Philosophy Club 4: Electronics Club 45 Four Semester Honor Ping Junior Academy of Science 1,2,3, First Place 1,2.3. Barbara Stehman: Freshman Girls Chorus5 Mixed Chorus 25 A Cappella Choir 3,45 Latin Club 3,45 Triple "S" Club 35 Four Semester Honor Pin5 Pep Club 1,2,3,4. Lianne Steiger George A. Steil: Wrestling 2,3,45 Football 1,2,3,45 "A" Club 3,45 Future Farmers 3,4. Erika Streuer: Student Council 1: Seven Semester Honor Pin: National Forensic League 1,2,45 Debate 15 Office Guide 3,45 German Club 35 Social Science Club 3. Jane Stumpf: Treble Clef 25 Mixed Chorus 35 A Cappella Choir 45 Latin Club 25 Talent Show 2.4. Eileen Sundquist: Seven Semester Honor Pin: Freshman Girls Chorus: Future Teachers 4: Triple "S" Club 45 Cafeteria Monitor 45 Supply Store Clerk 45 Pep Club 45 Office Guide 4. Margaret Swanson: Freshman Girls Chorus5 Treble Clef 25 Mixed Chorus 35 A Cappella Choir 45 Future Teachers 3,45 Social Science Club 3,45 Talent Show 2,35 French Club 3. William Swanson Sarajane Terbellz Concert Band 1,2,3,45 National Honor Society 2,3,45 Class Board 3,45 Talent Show 2,35 Seven Semester Honor Pin: Dance Band 2,45 Philosophy Club 4, Vice President 4. Carol Ternovits: Drama Club 4, President 45 National Thespian Society 4, Secretary 45 Pep Club 1,2.3.4: French Club 2,3,45 Talent Show 1,2.45 Girls Gymnastics 15 Social Science Club 3.45 Philosophy Club 4. Denny Thill: Football 1,2,3,4: Baseball 1.2,3,45 Basketball 1,2.35 "A" Club 2,3,4. Anthony Thomas: A Cappella Choir 2,3,45 Basketball Manager 1,2,3,45 Baseball Manager 2,45 Talent Show 1.4. Pat Thompson: Pep Club 1.25 Freshman Girls Chorus5 Girls Intramurals 1. Ronald Wm. Thompson: Football 1.2.35 Track 15 Wrestling 2. John Thorne Edward J. Timmermann: Baseball 1,25 Wrestling 25 Senior Class Traffic Court Judge. Marilyn Tracy: CARDINAL 3,4, Exchange Editor 45 Freshman Girls Chorus: Treble Clef 25 Social Science Club 3: French Club 35 Pep Club 1,2,3,4. Clar Trausch: Wrestling 1,2,3.45 "A" Club 3,45 Library Club 15 Piano 1. Gerald J. Ulrich: Baseball 1: Boys Intramurals 2: Model Railroad Club 1. Mary Jo Utt: CARDINAL 1,3,4, Feature Editor 45 Talent Show 1,2,3,45 National Thespian Society 2.3,4: National Forensic League 3,45 Student Council 15 Class Board 35 Treble Clef 25 Quill and Scroll 3,4. Ron Vanllaalte: Track 15 Baseball 25 CARDINAL 4. Leslie W. Vaughan, Jr.: Track 1,2,3,45 Cross Country 1,2,3,45 Basketball 15 Wrestling 2,3,45 "A" Club 3,45 Cadet Band 1. Donna Jeanne Verheeck Ray Vesillus: Wrestling 2,35 Aeronautics Club 2,3, Vice President 3. John D. Vetter: Gymnastics 15 Explorers Club 2,3. Randall Virgil: Basketball 15 Baseball 1.2: CARDINAL 3,4, Sports Editor 45 HEIGHTS 4. Joy Louise Vitoux: National Thespian Society 3,45 Concert Band 1,2,3,45 French Club 1,25 Drama Club 1,45 A Cappella Choir 3,45 Philosophy Club 45 Art Club 1,2,3,4. Gordon Von Bergen: Future Farmers 2,3,4, Treasurer 3, Vice President 4. Linda Eileen VorBroker: Girls Intramurals 35 Freshman Girls Chorus. Barry Lee Walsh: Spring Play 25 Winter Play 35 Fall Play 3,45 Drama Club 45 National Thespian Society 3,4, Deanna Jean Warejcka.: Seven Semester Honor Ping Future Nurses 3,4, Vice President 45 Pep Club 1,3.4: Philosophy Club 45 French Club 45 Freshman Girls Chorus, Girls Intramurals 3,4. Gwen Warfield: Four Semester Honor Ping Homeroom Vice President 15 Office Guide 15 Girls In- tramurals 35 French Club 3,45 Cafeteria Monitor 4. William R. Webb: Wrestling 1,25 Aeronautics Club 15 Astronomy Club 1. Jack Weber: Football 1,2,3,4, All Conference 4, All State 45 Basketball 1,2,3,45 Track 1,2,3,45 "A" Club 2,3,45 Candidate for Homecoming King. Carol Wede: A Cappella Choir 3,4, Vice President 45 Triple "S" Club 3, Treasurer 35 Class Board 3,45 Princess of Christmas Ball 45 Pep Club 1,2,3,4, Board 3,45 Girls Intramurals 1,25 Freshman Girls Chorus 15 Mixed Chorus 2. Roger Smith Sean Smy Erika Streuer Jane Stun Anthony Thomas Pat Thomp Mary Jo Utt Ron VanBa Gordon Von Bergen Linda VorBl V f,,MiQ:v1 , ye A if lim Studs- -lohn Stuplvs William Stal-nes Barham Stohman Linnno Stvigvr G1-orlrv Slvil 1-n Sundquist Jlurgurvt Swanson VVilliam Swanson Sarajane Terlwll Carol 'Fa-rnovits Donny 'Phill lld Thonlpson John Thorn? Edward Timmvrmann Marilyn Tracy Clur Trnusvh Ge-ranld l'lri4-h alia- Ynuglmn Donna V1-rho:-rk Ray Ver-illus John Vetter Randall Virgil Joy Yitoux arry xvlllSIl l,l'1lllIlll W'are-jvka Gwen VYarfi9ld VYillia,m VVebb Jack VVQ-bor Carol VYOde Q V f,,MiQ:v1 , ye A if lim Studs- -lohn Stuplvs William Stal-nes Barham Stohman Linnno Stvigvr G1-orlrv Slvil 1-n Sundquist Jlurgurvt Swanson VVilliam Swanson Sarajane Terlwll Carol 'Fa-rnovits Donny 'Phill lld Thonlpson John Thorn? Edward Timmvrmann Marilyn Tracy Clur Trnusvh Ge-ranld l'lri4-h alia- Ynuglmn Donna V1-rho:-rk Ray Ver-illus John Vetter Randall Virgil Joy Yitoux arry xvlllSIl l,l'1lllIlll W'are-jvka Gwen VYarfi9ld VYillia,m VVebb Jack VVQ-bor Carol VYOde Q Jaime-s VYvi1lner Rosemary Vhliland Nadean VVQ-in rich Put We-in rich Robert NVQ-llmam lllwid WVQ rth Fred NYetendorl' - S. 2 Dave Wetzel Bill VVhite Nancy XVichman Pam VVickn-ns Chuck WVi Gail W'iltshire Marcia Winkelman Dick VVinters Sharon Vlfischstadt Gerric Wiszowaty Barbara Wk L Li 1 .- Jim VVo0d Ronald Zadrozny Dieter Zimmer Betsy Zimmerman Michael Zucchero Jaime-s VYvi1lner Fred NYetendorl' Rosemary Vhliland Nadean VVQ-in rich Put We-in rich Robert NVQ-llmam lllwid VYQ rth Dave Wetzel Bill VVhite Nancy XVichman Pam VVickn-ns Chuck WVi Gail W'iltshire Marcia Winkelman Dick VVinters Sharon Vlfischstadt Gerric Wiszowaty Barbara Wk L Li 1 .- Jim VVo0d Ronald Zadrozny Dieter Zimmer Betsy Zimmerman Michael Zucchero sh Wessling Barbara West llph Wllle Edward Wilson Ed Wolf Pat Wolfe James Weidner Rosemary Anno Weiland: Four Semester Honor Pin: Freshman Girls Chorus: Treble Clef 2.3: Mixed Chorus 3: Minstrel Show Crew 2: Pep Club 1. Nadean Weinrich: Class Board 1: Freshman Girls Chorus: Treble Clef 2: Homeroom Secretary 1.2: Pep Club 1.2: Mixed Chorus 3: A Cappella Choir 4: Operetta 4. Pat Weinrich: Freshman Girls Chorus: Treble Clef 2: Mixed Chorus 3: Pep Club 1.4. William Robert Wellman: Concert Band 1.2.3,4: Orchestra 1.2.3,4: Talent Show 1.4: Muslc Con- test 1,2,4: Homeroom President 4. David P. Wertheimer: Wrestling 1.2: Track 2: Baseball 3. Judith Wessling: Freshman Girls Chorus: Mixed Chorus 2: Girls Intramurals 4. Barbara West: Freshman Girls Chorus: Treble Clef 2: Girls Gymnastics 1: Supply Store Clerk 4. Fred Wetendorf: Wrestling 4: Track 1.2: Basketball 1.2: Transferred as a junior from Des Plaines. Illinois. Dave Wetzel Bill E. White: Track 1,2,4: Football 1: Basketball 1: Dlstrlbutive Education 3. Nancy Wiehman: Illini Girls State Delegate 3, Lieutenant Governor 3: HEIGHTS 3.4, Edltor-ln- chief 4: National Honor Society 2.3.4, Secretary 4: Class Board 3.4. Junior Class Treasurer: Social Science Club 3. President 3: Pep Club 1,2,3,4, Board 3.4: Seven Semester Honor Pin: Traffic Court 3.4, Monitor 3, Chief Clerk 4. Pam Wickens: HEIGHTS 4. Co-copy Editor 4: National Honor Society 3.4: G.R.A. 3.4, Secretary 3. Vice President 4: Art Club 1.3.4. Secretary 3, President 4: Cardettes 3: Seven Semester Honor Pin: Future Teachers 3.4, Historian 4: French Club 1.3. Chuck Wille Ralph Wille: Football 2.3.45 Baseball 2.3.4: "A" Club 3.4, Edward Wilson: Gymnastics 1.2.3,4: Track 1.2.3,4: "A" Club 2.3.4: French Club 3, Vice President 3: Cross Country 1. Gail Wiltshire: A Cappella Choir 2.3,4: Talent Show 3.4: Operetta 3.4: Class Board 1:1 Freshman Girls Chorus: Triple "S" Club 3: Pep Club 1,2.3.4. Marcia Winkelman: Art Club 3: Mixed Chorus 3: Treble Clef 2: Freshman Glrls Chorus. Dick Winters: Biology Club 1: Library Club 1: Track 2: Gymnastics 1: Diversified Occupations 3.4. Sharon Wischstadt: Nurses Aid 3.4: Freshman Girls Chorus: Spanish Club 2.3: Cafeteria Monitor 1.2. Gerrie Wiszowaty: Library Assistant 2: Nurses Aid 3: Transferred as a sophomore from Chicago, Illinois. Barbara Wolden: CARDINAL 4: Nurses Aid 4: Future Nurses 4: Latin Club 3.4: Cafeteria Monitor 4: Bridge Club 4: Seven Semester Honor Pin: College Night Committee. Ed Wolf: Gymnastics 2.3.4. Pat Wolfe: Junior Class President: G.A.A. 1.2,3: Class Play 3: Spanish Club 4: Social Science Club 4. Treasurer 4: Girls Chorus 1.2.3: National Honor Society 3.4: Future Teachers 1.2.3,4: Transferred as a senior from Savanna, Illinois. Jim Wood: Track 1: Tennis 2.3: Gymnastics 1: Explorers Club 3.4. Ronald M. Zadrozny: Cadet Band 2: Transferred as a sophomore from Chicago, Illlnols. Dieter Manfred Zimmer Betsy Zimmerman: Concert Band 3.4: Leaders Class 4: Talent Show 3: Girls Intramurals 1.2.3,4: Pep Club 1.2: Pep Band 3.4: Class Board 3: Cadet Band 2. Michael Zucchero: Basketball 1: Wrestling 2.3.4. emi icfure William Benson Dana G. Farmer: Transferred from Des Plaines, Illinois. as a senior. James Halvorson. John S. Hirst: Astronomy Club 1.2: Track 1. Sandra Landmeier: Piano 1. Patricia Leistikow: Treble Clef 1.2: Pep Club 1.2: Cheerleader 3: Girls Intramurals 4: Volce Ensemble 3.4: Sodality 3.4: Glee Club 3.4: Class Treasurer 4: Transferred from Chicago, Illlnols, as a senior. Richard Marxen: Philosophy Club 4. Herb Bandell: Gymnastics 1.2. Tom Seward: Gymnastics 1.2.3.4. sh Wessling Barbara West llph Wllle Edward Wilson Ed Wolf Pat Wolfe James Weidner Rosemary Anne Weiland: Four Semester Honor Pin: Freshman Girls Chorus: Treble Clef 2.3: Mixed Chorus 3: Minstrel Show Crew 2: Pep Club 1. Nadean Weinrich: Class Board 1: Freshman Girls Chorus: Treble Clef 2: Homeroom Secretary 1.2: Pep Club 1.2: Mixed Chorus 3: A Cappella Choir 4: Operetta 4. Pat Weinrich: Freshman Girls Chorus: Treble Clef 2: Mixed Chorus 3: Pep Club 1.4. William Robert Wellman: Concert Band 1.2.3,4: Orchestra 1.2.3,4: Talent Show 1.4: Muslc Con- test 1,2,4: Homeroom President 4. David P. Wertheimer: Wrestling 1.2: Track 2: Baseball 3. Judith Wessling: Freshman Girls Chorus: Mixed Chorus 2: Girls Intramurals 4. Barbara West: Freshman Girls Chorus: Treble Clef 2: Girls Gymnastics 1: Supply Store Clerk 4. Fred Wetendorf: Wrestling 4: Track 1.2: Basketball 1.2: Transferred as a junior from Des Plaines. Illinois. Dave Wetzel Bill E. White: Track 1,2,4: Football 1: Basketball 1: Dlstrlbutive Education 3. Nancy Wiehman: Illini Girls State Delegate 3, Lieutenant Governor 3: HEIGHTS 3.4, Edltor-ln- chief 4: National Honor Society 2.3.4, Secretary 4: Class Board 3.4. Junior Class Treasurer: Social Science Club 3. President 3: Pep Club 1,2,3,4, Board 3.4: Seven Semester Honor Pin: Traffic Court 3.4, Monitor 3, Chief Clerk 4. Pam Wickens: HEIGHTS 4. Co-copy Editor 4: National Honor Society 3.4: G.R.A. 3.4, Secretary 3. Vice President 4: Art Club 1.3.4. Secretary 3, President 4: Cardettes 3: Seven Semester Honor Pin: Future Teachers 3.4, Historian 4: French Club 1.3. Chuck Wille Ralph Wille: Football 2.3.45 Baseball 2.3.4: "A" Club 3.4, Edward Wilson: Gymnastics 1.2.3,4: Track 1.2.3,4: "A" Club 2.3.4: French Club 3, Vice President 3: Cross Country 1. Gail Wiltshire: A Cappella Choir 2.3,4: Talent Show 3.4: Operetta 3.4: Class Board 1:1 Freshman Girls Chorus: Triple "S" Club 3: Pep Club 1,2.3.4. Marcia Winkelman: Art Club 3: Mixed Chorus 3: Treble Clef 2: Freshman Glrls Chorus. Dick Winters: Biology Club 1: Library Club 1: Track 2: Gymnastics 1: Diversified Occupations 3.4. Sharon Wischstadt: Nurses Aid 3.4: Freshman Girls Chorus: Spanish Club 2.3: Cafeteria Monitor 1.2. Gerrie Wiszowaty: Library Assistant 2: Nurses Aid 3: Transferred as a sophomore from Chicago, Illinois. Barbara Wolden: CARDINAL 4: Nurses Aid 4: Future Nurses 4: Latin Club 3.4: Cafeteria Monitor 4: Bridge Club 4: Seven Semester Honor Pin: College Night Committee. Ed Wolf: Gymnastics 2.3.4. Pat Wolfe: Junior Class President: G.A.A. 1.2,3: Class Play 3: Spanish Club 4: Social Science Club 4. Treasurer 4: Girls Chorus 1.2.3: National Honor Society 3.4: Future Teachers 1.2.3,4: Transferred as a senior from Savanna, Illinois. Jim Wood: Track 1: Tennis 2.3: Gymnastics 1: Explorers Club 3.4. Ronald M. Zadrozny: Cadet Band 2: Transferred as a sophomore from Chicago, Illlnols. Dieter Manfred Zimmer Betsy Zimmerman: Concert Band 3.4: Leaders Class 4: Talent Show 3: Girls Intramurals 1.2.3,4: Pep Club 1.2: Pep Band 3.4: Class Board 3: Cadet Band 2. Michael Zucchero: Basketball 1: Wrestling 2.3.4. emi icfure William Benson Dana G. Farmer: Transferred from Des Plaines, Illinois. as a senior. James Halvorson. John S. Hirst: Astronomy Club 1.2: Track 1. Sandra Landmeier: Piano 1. Patricia Leistikow: Treble Clef 1.2: Pep Club 1.2: Cheerleader 3: Girls Intramurals 4: Volce Ensemble 3.4: Sodality 3.4: Glee Club 3.4: Class Treasurer 4: Transferred from Chicago, Illlnols, as a senior. Richard Marxen: Philosophy Club 4. Herb Randall: Gymnastics 1.2. Tom Seward: Gymnastics 1.2.3.4. "Vivo In Franco!" Frvnvh teacher Mr. Arvhambziult brings gay Paris lo lift- for third your French students Sally Moore, Mary Hutchinson. Uurol Fook, Furl Popp, Bernie- Lalor, Suv McCoy and Yvonne Craig. 80 i ii i S 6'7If'ff 'N I i TY "Lights! Action! Canu-ra!" The director on this svt is Core IV teach er Mr. Muellor and the cast is seniors learning about family relations "Vivo In Franco!" Frvnvh teacher Mr. Arvhambziult brings gay Paris lo lift- for third your French students Sally Moore, Mary Hutchinson. Uurol Fook, Furl Popp, Bernie- Lalor, Suv McCoy and Yvonne Craig. 80 i ii i S 6'7If'ff 'N I i TY "Lights! Action! Canu-ra!" The director on this svt is Core IV teach er Mr. Muellor and the cast is seniors learning about family relations 4'l ri-ally gm-I zu vliargl- out ol' physir-s," says Donn Carsu-ns lo class- "Wvll, I'm finally finishvd, Uh, no! Tho Carbon was in hzu'kwar1ls." math .lim tlraw-s as his 1-an-l'ulIy vomhvrl hair' govs up in 4-ll-s'irii'i1y. So Sally l'asvof,tvl starts again with no sympailiy from l'Irik:i Sin-in-i', 9 ?lfliOl"S Slave O Vlong 01442 3 Lei!" S "'l'li1- world is yoursu wan ax plirasc that had ll spi-cial ini-aning lor' svniors lwcziiisv they foulcl look ll0l'XN'i1l'Cl to mon gvlling out in thc' world. 1-ilhvz' at c'ollm-gv or in busi- ill-ss. For ihosv stuclvnls planning to go lo collvgv, nico- noinifs. English IV. physics, hotany, and Zoology wma- ol'- l g , l . , f l-i'I'l'Ll to Ulu' lhvm thc' l7Lil'lU'l'Ullllll lor collv-fv t'Ulll'Sl'S Smi- 5 5 5 ...L iors planning to qv! jobs altvi' high school Vfllllil talw ol'- livc pi'z1ctic'c-. typing. shortliancl. husim-ss English, hook- kcvping. 2lgl'iC'lllllll'l'. or shop. Also ol'l'm-ix-nl to svniors was Cori' IV. a Coursc' in child pswl1oloU'x' and lainilx' livin-' , 5. . F' XN'l1aLdol-s lui ml-an'."' "lll- van'l ln-sl-rioL1s!" "Mr lqfv, tl-ll as this iw a jokvf' Thus linglisli IV Studi-ms grow-1 a Iormiclahll- !lSSlLlIlIlll'l1l, 1 'll-tw L s. .fx 1 xi 4'l ri-ally gm-I zu vliargl- out ol' physir-s," says Donn Carsu-ns lo class- "Wvll, I'm finally finishvd, Uh, no! Tho Carbon was in hzu'kwar1ls." math .lim tlraw-s as his 1-an-l'ulIy vomhvrl hair' govs up in 4-ll-s'irii'i1y. So Sally l'asvof,tvl starts again with no sympailiy from l'Irik:i Sin-in-i', 9 ?lfliOl"S Slave O Vlong 01442 3 Lei!" S "'l'li1- world is yoursu wan ax plirasc that had ll spi-cial ini-aning lor' svniors lwcziiisv they foulcl look ll0l'XN'i1l'Cl to mon gvlling out in thc' world. 1-ilhvz' at c'ollm-gv or in busi- ill-ss. For ihosv stuclvnls planning to go lo collvgv, nico- noinifs. English IV. physics, hotany, and Zoology wma- ol'- l g , l . , f l-i'I'l'Ll to Ulu' lhvm thc' l7Lil'lU'l'Ullllll lor collv-fv t'Ulll'Sl'S Smi- 5 5 5 ...L iors planning to qv! jobs altvi' high school Vfllllil talw ol'- livc pi'z1ctic'c-. typing. shortliancl. husim-ss English, hook- kcvping. 2lgl'iC'lllllll'l'. or shop. Also ol'l'm-ix-nl to svniors was Cori' IV. a Coursc' in child pswl1oloU'x' and lainilx' livin-' , 5. . F' XN'l1aLdol-s lui ml-an'."' "lll- van'l ln-sl-rioL1s!" "Mr lqfv, tl-ll as this iw a jokvf' Thus linglisli IV Studi-ms grow-1 a Iormiclahll- !lSSlLlIlIlll'l1l, 1 'll-tw L s. .fx 1 xi is W -Y' - v - 1 E i Q --- - ., . , 1 1. U l an -v "- v .W N msn , , x, 0 ,,- x. v. Q I-,mini " 1 M,,u...Jg av an -v "- v .W N msn , , x, 0 ,,- x. v. Q I-,mini " 1 M,,u...Jg av ff ff .f-'ff' ,,--- "lu ""' "': - 1 """..."'.fl.-"H S' ,.-,....w' iQ,,,,.i..,---H r ,.-.fi .,,..,Mff-"""' ,,,,,,,....,- Busy as Russian scicntists this year wcrc thc Stutlcnt Council mcmhcrs at Prospect High. 'llhcir most important task was organizing thc nc-w council and gctting it to lunc- tion smoothly. Staging thc freshman 'l'alcnt Show was an- other king-sixccl projcct for the Council. Oricntation for ncw students using thc "buddy systcm" was also planncd and supcrvisccl hy this busy group. Uthcr activitics of thc Council incluclccl sponsoring an all-school social cvcnt tlur- ing March and co-opt-rating with tht- Arlington Stuclcnt Council in thc two major charity fund clrivcs this yt-ar. Lcaclcrs ol' thc Prospcct Stuclcnt Council wcrc prcsi- clcnts Frank Hcrmcs and Tim Smith, vicc prcsiclcnts 'l'im Smith and Cora Boehm, rccording' sccrctarics Pat Hawkins and Mercy Concly, trcasurcr Betty Buck, and corrcsponcling secretary Linda Schnchcrgcr. Supcwising and lcncling' a hclping hand we-rc sponsors Mr. Jcnncss and Miss Frcy. This is a first, for thc Frvshman! Prospocl High School Studi-nt Council officers Frank Horrncs, Tim Smith, Bt-tty Huck, Pat llawkins. and Linda Schnz-hurixcr inauzzurate tho sturlcnl, govt-rnmt-nt program. . . . If G-Ae fuvlenfs, or me fvwlenfs . . . PHS Siudeni' Council Sa-mml Row: Dalc Kcto, Jacquic Davis, Joan IJ'Argo, Sandy Schull. Terry Harbour, Bt-ryl Ki-ck, Jaci Haas, Pam Johnston, Burma Suhr, Pat Hartman. Sharon Stl-wart, Linda Iiurkc, Mary Kay 'l'5llilllllS, Penny Brown, First Row Sitting: Tim Smith, Iictty Buck, l'at Hawkins, Frank Ht-rmcs, Linda Schncbt-ri.:t-r, Dick Carlson, tlcurgm- Allcn, Jofm Scholl, Carolyn Tracy, Toni Pt-trusino. .f-'ff' ,,--- "lu ""' "': - 1 """..."'.fl.-"H S' ,.-,....w' iQ,,,,.i..,---H r ,.-.fi .,,..,Mff-"""' ,,,,,,,....,- Busy as Russian scicntists this year wcrc thc Stutlcnt Council mcmhcrs at Prospect High. 'llhcir most important task was organizing thc nc-w council and gctting it to lunc- tion smoothly. Staging thc freshman 'l'alcnt Show was an- other king-sixccl projcct for the Council. Oricntation for ncw students using thc "buddy systcm" was also planncd and supcrvisccl hy this busy group. Uthcr activitics of thc Council incluclccl sponsoring an all-school social cvcnt tlur- ing March and co-opt-rating with tht- Arlington Stuclcnt Council in thc two major charity fund clrivcs this yt-ar. Lcaclcrs ol' thc Prospcct Stuclcnt Council wcrc prcsi- clcnts Frank Hcrmcs and Tim Smith, vicc prcsiclcnts 'l'im Smith and Cora Boehm, rccording' sccrctarics Pat Hawkins and Mercy Concly, trcasurcr Betty Buck, and corrcsponcling secretary Linda Schnchcrgcr. Supcwising and lcncling' a hclping hand we-rc sponsors Mr. Jcnncss and Miss Frcy. This is a first, for thc Frvshman! Prospocl High School Studi-nt Council officers Frank Horrncs, Tim Smith, Bt-tty Huck, Pat llawkins. and Linda Schnz-hurixcr inauzzurate tho sturlcnl, govt-rnmt-nt program. . . . If G-Ae fuvlenfs, or me fvwlenfs . . . PHS S+uden'I' Council Sa-mml Row: Dalc Kcto, Jacquic Davis, Joan IJ'Argo, Sandy Schull. Terry Harbour, Bt-ryl Ki-ck, Jaci Haas, Pam Johnston, Burma Suhr, Pat Hartman. Sharon Stl-wart, Linda Iiurkc, Mary Kay 'l'5llilllllS, Penny Brown, First Row Sitting: Tim Smith, Iictty Buck, l'at Hawkins, Frank Ht-rmcs, Linda Schncbt-ri.:t-r, Dick Carlson, tlcurgm- Allcn, Jofm Scholl, Carolyn Tracy, Toni Pt-trusino. AHS S+uden+ Council Fourth Row: Don Ahmer, John Anderson, Eldon Kreider, John Peterson, Wayne Rydbcrg. Third Row: Dave Buren, Don Gerken, Ken Hadland, Kris Mi Row: Diane VVat0rman llvr, Glynn Brownell, Rog Meyer. Second , Lynne Thomas, Al Hutchinson, Tom Grey. First Row: Tom Kcnnicott, Jane Shaeffer, Judy Rosa, April Marn. Suv Rosa. PHS S+uden+ C Fifth Row: Bob Ryan O'Brien, Ken Peterson, Boehm, Sally Olsen, Jo Susan Schmidt. Third R Judy Gustafson, Donna Urban, Diane Thackory, Hcinomann. First Row Anflrva Duran. 86 Roger Farleigh 'I'r0as111'or Marty Gatts Corresponding Sccrcizlry ouncil Reporiers ' , Dennis Leonard, Carolyn Bvnson, Pat Carol Zimmerman. Fourth Row: Cora an Driscoll, Janice Lytle. Kathie Freeman. ow: Sue Clarke, Gail Iverson. Jill Dedering, Shean, Sandy Walinski. Second Row: Gail Dawne Anderson, Karon Koeneman, Ginny b : Miss Frey, Carol Bogart, Phyllis Jones. Rpgcr Meyer TI'Uii1C Court Judge AHS S+uden+ Council Fourth Row: Don Ahmer, John Anderson, Eldon Kreider, John Peterson, Wayne Rydbcrg. Third Row: Dave Buren, Don Gerken, Ken Hadland, Kris Mi Row: Diane VVat0rman llvr, Glynn Brownell, Rog Meyer. Second , Lynne Thomas, Al Hutchinson, Tom Grey. First Row: Tom Kcnnicott, Jane Shaeffer, Judy Rosa, April Marn. Suv Rosa. PHS S+uden+ C Fifth Row: Bob Ryan O'Brien, Ken Peterson, Boehm, Sally Olsen, Jo Susan Schmidt. Third R Judy Gustafson, Donna Urban, Diane Thackory, Hcinomann. First Row Anflrva Duran. 86 Roger Farleigh 'I'r0as111'or Marty Gatts Corresponding Sccrcizlry ouncil Reporiers ' , Dennis Leonard, Carolyn Bvnson, Pat Carol Zimmerman. Fourth Row: Cora an Driscoll, Janice Lytle. Kathie Freeman. ow: Sue Clarke, Gail Iverson. Jill Dedering, Shean, Sandy Walinski. Second Row: Gail Dawne Anderson, Karon Koeneman, Ginny b : Miss Frey, Carol Bogart, Phyllis Jones. Rpgcr Meyer TI'Uii1C Court Judge Toni Grey President Wayne Rydberg Vice President April Marn Recording Secretary "First in efficiency, first in co-operation, first in work- ing for the betterment of Arlington High," were words which expressed the feelings that many individuals held concerning the Arlington Student Council. The main theme of this organization was the co-ordination of the student body and the Council. At Arlington, along with the reading of the Student Council minutes over the P.A. system, representatives went to each homeroom to further acquaint the students with the Council's activities, in- cluding the Talent Showg the support of Yung Sook, a Korean orphang and College Night. Working with officers Tom Grey, presidentg Wayne Rydberg, veepg Marty Gatts, corresponding seeretaryg and April Marn, recording see- retary as supervisors were Mr. Waara and Miss Craig. Two new activities of the Student Council were the ex- change of yearbooks among conference schools and the merging of six fund-raising campaigns into two main drives. The Councils of both schools worked together on Homecoming, the Student Council Convention, and Brotherhood Week. The Council further carried out the idea of Student government through the Traffic Court, headed by Judge Rog Meyer. Court members held trials for violators of the parking lot rules. The junior class provided monitors for the student parking lot, while Mr. Beekman, Mr. Snap, and Mr. Reeves were supervisors of the faculty parking lot. ' ui, LUI- ,, S' 1 ., -1 ,wt '- L .V ,Z '1,. .V X. , S 2 .ia -1.- I P Traffic Courl' Second Row: Jerry Olson, Mr. Reeves, Mr. Snap, Naney Wiehman. First Row: Jim Timmermann, Roger Meyer, John Miller, Cyndy Long, Sandy Hedstrom, Susan Rosa. Mike Tierney digs deep for Student Council fund drive solicitor Ed Wliitelaw, but Tom Bergstrom finds glving is a bit painful. 87 Toni Grey President Wayne Rydberg Vice President April Marn Recording Secretary "First in efficiency, first in co-operation, first in work- ing for the betterment of Arlington High," were words which expressed the feelings that many individuals held concerning the Arlington Student Council. The main theme of this organization was the co-ordination of the student body and the Council. At Arlington, along with the reading of the Student Council minutes over the P.A. system, representatives went to each homeroom to further acquaint the students with the Council's activities, in- cluding the Talent Showg the support of Yung Sook, a Korean orphang and College Night. Working with officers Tom Grey, presidentg Wayne Rydberg, veepg Marty Gatts, corresponding seeretaryg and April Marn, recording see- retary as supervisors were Mr. Waara and Miss Craig. Two new activities of the Student Council were the ex- change of yearbooks among conference schools and the merging of six fund-raising campaigns into two main drives. The Councils of both schools worked together on Homecoming, the Student Council Convention, and Brotherhood Week. The Council further carried out the idea of Student government through the Traffic Court, headed by Judge Rog Meyer. Court members held trials for violators of the parking lot rules. The junior class provided monitors for the student parking lot, while Mr. Beekman, Mr. Snap, and Mr. Reeves were supervisors of the faculty parking lot. ' ui, LUI- ,, S' 1 ., -1 ,wt '- L .V ,Z '1,. .V X. , S 2 .ia -1.- I P Traffic Courl' Second Row: Jerry Olson, Mr. Reeves, Mr. Snap, Naney Wiehman. First Row: Jim Timmermann, Roger Meyer, John Miller, Cyndy Long, Sandy Hedstrom, Susan Rosa. Mike Tierney digs deep for Student Council fund drive solicitor Ed Wliitelaw, but Tom Bergstrom finds glving is a bit painful. 87 PHS Biology Club Fifth Row: Sandy Schult, Jane Edgcumbe, Carol Severson, Barbara Blackwell. John Bannister. Vaughan Kirchhoff, David Weinrich. Fourth Row: Mr. Kellogg, Jim Bidderman, Mary Sue Knopp, Connie Meyer, Jeanette Stromberg, Rickey Bailey, Ken Middleton. Third Row: Allan DeWall, Jim Spinello, Jerry Lemke, David Sancraint. Edward Fundahn, Bruce Watkins, Ron Sundblad, Oleh Goloskewitsch. Miss D ivis. Second Row: Dennis Sydow, Casey Jones, Beth Paris, Marsha Saunders, Diane Thorsen, Pam Johnston, Nancy Slonek. James Bliss, Denis Daniels. First Row: Shari Tremberth, Tom Mott, Barb Ryan, Marge Palubicki, Gary Morton, Ann Warren. Susan Peters, Joe Peluso. anef, aderop ane, 04nJ Iprofozoa rproders AHS Biology Club Second Row: Pam Haslam, Sharon Wessling, Sandy MacDonald. Judy Fruehling, Candy Willner, Mr. Goins, Richard Goeltz, Martin Hirsch. Stephen Kurth, Richard Brown. First Row: Donna Siemro, Susan Ball, Dee Hager, Donn Carstens, Ann Brown, Terry Ryan. John Hanor, Joe Wolf, Sue Shogren. 88 Sputnik, the Russian satellite, and the International Geophysical Year kept a starry look in the eyes of the PHS Astronomy Club. Led by officers James Bliss, Charles Staral, and Joan Hubbard and sponsored by Mr. Pumph- rey, the club spent its time viewing Sputnik, meteorite showers, planets, and planetoids with its five telescopes of both refractor and reflector types. While observing the heavens, the Astronomy Club might have seen members of the Aeronautics Club zoom- ing through the sky in a rented plane, a new activity for the Aeronautics Club this year. For other activities, of- ficers james Knollmueller, Ed Wahl, George Fromm, and sponsor Mr. Roberts planned trips to Palwaukee and O'Hare airports and lectures by pilots from major air- lines. A highlight of the year was a lecture by an expert on flying saucers, Among the activities of both the AHS and PHS Bi- ology Clubs were field trips to museums and orchid farms and lectures by guest speakers. Officers Donn Carstens and Ann Brown of AHS and Jim Spinello, Edward Syp- niewski, Bruce Watkins, and Barbara Blackwell of PHS headed the clubs. The main purposes of the clubs were to stimulate student interest in projects for the junior Academy of Science and to sponsor annual district and statewide science fairs. Students began work on their post- ers, collections, notebooks, and models early in the fall. PHS Biology Club Fifth Row: Sandy Schult, Jane Edgcumbe, Carol Severson, Barbara Blackwell. John Bannister. Vaughan Kirchhoff, David Weinrich. Fourth Row: Mr. Kellogg, Jim Bidderman, Mary Sue Knopp, Connie Meyer, Jeanette Stromberg, Rickey Bailey, Ken Middleton. Third Row: Allan DeWall, Jim Spinello, Jerry Lemke, David Sancraint. Edward Fundahn, Bruce Watkins, Ron Sundblad, Oleh Goloskewitsch. Miss D ivis. Second Row: Dennis Sydow, Casey Jones, Beth Paris, Marsha Saunders, Diane Thorsen, Pam Johnston, Nancy Slonek. James Bliss, Denis Daniels. First Row: Shari Tremberth, Tom Mott, Barb Ryan, Marge Palubicki, Gary Morton, Ann Warren. Susan Peters, Joe Peluso. anef, aderop ane, 04nJ Iprofozoa rproders AHS Biology Club Second Row: Pam Haslam, Sharon Wessling, Sandy MacDonald. Judy Fruehling, Candy Willner, Mr. Goins, Richard Goeltz, Martin Hirsch. Stephen Kurth, Richard Brown. First Row: Donna Siemro, Susan Ball, Dee Hager, Donn Carstens, Ann Brown, Terry Ryan. John Hanor, Joe Wolf, Sue Shogren. 88 Sputnik, the Russian satellite, and the International Geophysical Year kept a starry look in the eyes of the PHS Astronomy Club. Led by officers James Bliss, Charles Staral, and Joan Hubbard and sponsored by Mr. Pumph- rey, the club spent its time viewing Sputnik, meteorite showers, planets, and planetoids with its five telescopes of both refractor and reflector types. While observing the heavens, the Astronomy Club might have seen members of the Aeronautics Club zoom- ing through the sky in a rented plane, a new activity for the Aeronautics Club this year. For other activities, of- ficers james Knollmueller, Ed Wahl, George Fromm, and sponsor Mr. Roberts planned trips to Palwaukee and O'Hare airports and lectures by pilots from major air- lines. A highlight of the year was a lecture by an expert on flying saucers, Among the activities of both the AHS and PHS Bi- ology Clubs were field trips to museums and orchid farms and lectures by guest speakers. Officers Donn Carstens and Ann Brown of AHS and Jim Spinello, Edward Syp- niewski, Bruce Watkins, and Barbara Blackwell of PHS headed the clubs. The main purposes of the clubs were to stimulate student interest in projects for the junior Academy of Science and to sponsor annual district and statewide science fairs. Students began work on their post- ers, collections, notebooks, and models early in the fall. AHS Aeronauhcs Club I.4-ft to Right: Mr. Rnlwrls, Vlyrh- lim-rlls-in. Jim Knollmuvllm-r, N1-il Hznnezf-u, Ralph fltllllfil .Irrhn Kruk. 121-wmv Frumm, Roy Kim. lid Wuhl, ,-5 'x OP.: C' Y PHS Asfronomy Club Right Front to Bm-Ia: Jim W'I1iu-sm-l, VViIliz1m Dis-lrivh, Juan Skibhv. .Iuhn 1,1-WIA, Ulm-h, Goioskvw1ls4'l1, Chuck Sturul, Rohcrl EISl'hlZlf.ZOI' Cc-nt:-r: Mr, I'umphr1-y. I.:-ft Front to lim-k: Alivv Arrasmith Huh Millvr, In-tty Sun- Hunk, Carolyn Cordlv, Juzm Hubbard, Conrad N4-umzmu. In-nnis Rmuxvy. AHS Aeronauhcs Club I.4-ft to Right: Mr. Rnlwrls, Vlyrh- lim-rlls-in. Jim Knollmuvllm-r, N1-il Hznnezf-u, Ralph fltllllfil .Irrhn Kruk. 121-wmv Frumm, Roy Kim. lid Wuhl, ,-5 'x OP.: C' Y PHS Asfronomy Club Right Front to Bm-Ia: Jim W'I1iu-sm-l, VViIliz1m Dis-lrivh, Juan Skibhv. .Iuhn 1,1-WIA, Ulm-h, Goioskvw1ls4'l1, Chuck Sturul, Rohcrl EISl'hlZlf.ZOI' Cc-nt:-r: Mr, I'umphr1-y. I.:-ft Front to lim-k: Alivv Arrasmith Huh Millvr, In-tty Sun- Hunk, Carolyn Cordlv, Juzm Hubbard, Conrad N4-umzmu. In-nnis Rmuxvy. AHS Audio-Visual Club Third Row: Bruce LaVeau, Charles Ninne- mann, Rod Roeske, Ed Wahl. Second Row: Alfred Jutzi, Lee Bradley, Doug Yates. Clint Bowman. First Row: Dick Clarke, John Kruk, Don Drumtra, Ken Dieball. Seated by Projector: Mr. Charles Miller. 04fcAison, OPGLQ, 547161 ,Bell 54710, xjfowell Shutterbugs at Prospect High, led by president Joe Peluso, vice president Conrad Neimann, and sponsor Mr. Etherton, learned the arts of picture taking, developing, and printing in the Camera Club. At the meetings the members developed and printed pictures and had movies on the making of fine cameras and on lighting in pictures. Profits received from the club's money-raising activities were used to purchase darkroom equipment. The program throughout the year in the AHS and PHS Model Railroad Clubs was almost identical at both schools. Movies were shown on both model and real rail- roads, speakers explained and demonstrated how to make better models, and the boys exchanged ideas about their models that they had built at home. At Prospect the Model Railroad Club was under the leadership of Mr. Uth and president John Didrickson. The Arlington club was sponsored by Mr. Ulrich and led by president Charles Logie. Manning the spotlights at the Homecoming Coronation, recording the Christmas concert, and testing microphones before assemblies were a few of the duties of the Audio- Visual Clubs. The members were on hand, though usually behind scenes at nearly every theatrical production and every assembly for the student body. Under the direction of Mr. Miller and the officers Ed Wahl, Bruce Le Veau, and Clinton Bowman, the AHS club helped out with film projection, tape recording, public address work, and light- ing and handled most of the combined schools' audio-visual work. At PHS, with the aid of Mr. Layman, the freshmen began to learn to operate and repair equipment they would be using. Highlights of the year were experiments with closed-circuit educational television and exploration of mysteries of the 38,000 lighting panel in the Little Theatre. . . , ,r,sr..1.-s. me PHS Camera Club Second Row: Mr, Etherton, Jim Wlniarski, Jim Hansen, Ray Raines, Jim Bidderman, Roger Maitland, Conrad Neumann. First Row: Oka Butler, Bruce O'Neil, Joe Peluso, Del Blakely, Frances Levesque. 90 AHS Audio-Visual Club Third Row: Bruce LaVeau, Charles Ninne- mann, Rod Roeske, Ed Wahl. Second Row: Alfred Jutzi, Lee Bradley, Doug Yates. Clint Bowman. First Row: Dick Clarke, John Kruk, Don Drumtra, Ken Dieball. Seated by Projector: Mr. Charles Miller. 04fcAison, OPGLQ, 547161 ,Bell 54710, xjfowell Shutterbugs at Prospect High, led by president Joe Peluso, vice president Conrad Neimann, and sponsor Mr. Etherton, learned the arts of picture taking, developing, and printing in the Camera Club. At the meetings the members developed and printed pictures and had movies on the making of fine cameras and on lighting in pictures. Profits received from the club's money-raising activities were used to purchase darkroom equipment. The program throughout the year in the AHS and PHS Model Railroad Clubs was almost identical at both schools. Movies were shown on both model and real rail- roads, speakers explained and demonstrated how to make better models, and the boys exchanged ideas about their models that they had built at home. At Prospect the Model Railroad Club was under the leadership of Mr. Uth and president John Didrickson. The Arlington club was sponsored by Mr. Ulrich and led by president Charles Logie. Manning the spotlights at the Homecoming Coronation, recording the Christmas concert, and testing microphones before assemblies were a few of the duties of the Audio- Visual Clubs. The members were on hand, though usually behind scenes at nearly every theatrical production and every assembly for the student body. Under the direction of Mr. Miller and the officers Ed Wahl, Bruce Le Veau, and Clinton Bowman, the AHS club helped out with film projection, tape recording, public address work, and light- ing and handled most of the combined schools' audio-visual work. At PHS, with the aid of Mr. Layman, the freshmen began to learn to operate and repair equipment they would be using. Highlights of the year were experiments with closed-circuit educational television and exploration of mysteries of the 38,000 lighting panel in the Little Theatre. . . , ,r,sr..1.-s. me PHS Camera Club Second Row: Mr, Etherton, Jim Wlniarski, Jim Hansen, Ray Raines, Jim Bidderman, Roger Maitland, Conrad Neumann. First Row: Oka Butler, Bruce O'Neil, Joe Peluso, Del Blakely, Frances Levesque. 90 AHS Model Railroad Club Si-cond Row: Mr. Ulrivh, KL-rl Kvllvr, Gvorgn' Fronim. Uhzirlvs Logiv, Rim-liaircl Robinson, Bob Iiizulo, IN-lu Lzxulwnlin-iiiivr, John Iiic-hi-lburg, First limv: Iluw Angus, Larry Hagan, Clark Thorp. 4 - A , ,MMM 4.,..,L Mc-Ilonziicl. lioh Kreiiisln-rgl-r. Svc-oiul Row: Ilob Millvr, Tom Shi I XYurri-n Vfuhl, S1-oli Slrn-hlow, lid 114-Ilusmzm. Imviel Mi-airs. Fi PHS Audio Visual Fourth lion: .Iolin Louis. ln-zuml Iirnrili-5, lion Ilzino 'l'Iiii-il limi Jim Czlssio, if-FLIUI' U'Nc-il, Lznrry Ilroussf-aiu, Ilnrolii Smith, Los Isl Row: Mr, Luymon, Stifvv Sorgzilz, In-nnis Rim-, Holi 4'I1i-islunssn l'iI'ill1lQ Sooninoi Milo- Ruhzioxxy liiwiw Sullivzin PHS Model Railroad Club S4-4-nm! Row: John Didrivkson, Rzuinoiizl Aiirnliziinim-r, 'lllrry lilovk, Roh.-rl, Iilsi-lilzugsi Rom-1' I-Issi-, Harold Siniondson. Allzin From Mr. Vih. First Row: Jziim-s XX'IiiiL's1-I, 'Vom Carlson, Iwnnis Ruvkolcli, Jim Roomfv. if f ,ws f 4 MUD! 4 mn "f-Y'ii0l0lfVG 91 AHS Model Railroad Club Si-cond Row: Mr. Ulrivh, KL-rl Kvllvr, Gvorgn' Fronim. Uhzirlvs Logiv, Rim-liaircl Robinson, Bob Iiizulo, IN-lu Lzxulwnlin-iiiivr, John Iiic-hi-lburg, First limv: Iluw Angus, Larry Hagan, Clark Thorp. 4 - A , ,MMM 4.,..,L Mc-Ilonziicl. lioh Kreiiisln-rgl-r. Svc-oiul Row: Ilob Millvr, Tom Shi I XYurri-n Vfuhl, S1-oli Slrn-hlow, lid 114-Ilusmzm. Imviel Mi-airs. Fi PHS Audio Visual Fourth lion: .Iolin Louis. ln-zuml Iirnrili-5, lion Ilzino 'l'Iiii-il limi Jim Czlssio, if-FLIUI' U'Nc-il, Lznrry Ilroussf-aiu, Ilnrolii Smith, Los Isl Row: Mr, Luymon, Stifvv Sorgzilz, In-nnis Rim-, Holi 4'I1i-islunssn l'iI'ill1lQ Sooninoi Milo- Ruhzioxxy liiwiw Sullivzin PHS Model Railroad Club S4-4-nm! Row: John Didrivkson, Rzuinoiizl Aiirnliziinim-r, 'lllrry lilovk, Roh.-rl, Iilsi-lilzugsi Rom-1' I-Issi-, Harold Siniondson. Allzin From Mr. Vih. First Row: Jziim-s XX'IiiiL's1-I, 'Vom Carlson, Iwnnis Ruvkolcli, Jim Roomfv. if f ,ws f 4 MUD! 4 mn "f-Y'ii0l0lfVG 91 enema E MW .tyxfisi af ,f Y N We - .. ' .5 ,el . Chemistry Club Fifth Row: Randy Bolsinger, Roy Kim, Loren Coleman, Bruce liolas. Scott Adam. Fourth Row: John Staples, Bob Berg, Jerry lflaenggi. Jim Sayre. Riek Batts, Bob Schroeder, Diek Plambeek. Don Ilrumtra. Dave Starnes, Roger Uhlhorn, Sylvia Pfeffer. Third Row: Mr. Mieller. Mr. Froney, Wally Borman. Jim Sherman, Eldon Pazffincq Qjest quges Radio Club Sei-onil Row: Mr, Griffith. Roger Uhlhorn. Jim Knopp, Roy Kim. Ken Knoepple, Perry Sandeen, Scott Adam. First Row: Richard Robinson, Roh Berg, Loren Coleman. Don Drumtra, John Staples, 92 Kreider. Jim Knopp, Donella Hager. Sue Shogren. Sei-ond Row: Perry Sandi-en. Diane Kawa. Judy Fruehling. Candy VVillner. Rieh- ard Robinson, George Sawyer, Fred Fisher.First Row: Jim Conroy. Susan Haynes. Pam Haslam. Jill Giuliani, Virginia Bussert. Kenton Knoppel. 547161 Ijflge esfers The ring of tense eager faces grew tighter as step by step the experiment was completed. Instructions were con- sulted often and carried out with utmost care. There could be no slip-ups. The mixture turned colors rapidly as each ingredient was added. When the final chemical was poured into the frothy mixture. everyone watched it intensely for several seconds and then they glanced at each other, and quiet congratulations were exchanged. They had done it!! Wiio were they? WVhy. they were members of the Arlington High School Chemistry Club. Performing unique experiments was only one of the activities of the club. Taking field trips, having guest speakers, and making projects were also included in their schedule. One of the highlights of the year was the an- nual trip taken to Argonne National Atomic Laboratories. Every year many students take part in the junior Academy of Science, and this year, as in past years, proj- ects consisting of all kinds of experiments and collections were submitted. First. students competed for state honors and then advanced to national competition. Eligible sen- iors also entered the Westinghouse Science Talent Search. This year the club was led by Mr. Roy Meiller and Mr. Merrill Froney. sponsorsg john Staples, presidentg Dee Hager. vice presidentg and Jim Knopp. secretary-treasurer. enema E MW .tyxfisi af ,f Y N We - .. ' .5 ,el . Chemistry Club Fifth Row: Randy Bolsinger, Roy Kim, Loren Coleman, Bruce liolas. Scott Adam. Fourth Row: John Staples, Bob Berg, Jerry lflaenggi. Jim Sayre. Riek Batts, Bob Schroeder, Dick Plambeek. Don Ilrumtra. Dave Starnes, Roger Uhlhorn, Sylvia Pfeffer. Third Row: Mr. Mieller. Mr. Froney, Wally Borman. Jim Sherman, Eldon Pazffincq Qjest qudes Radio Club Sei-onil Row: Mr, Griffith. Roger Uhlhorn. Jim Knopp, Roy Kim. Ken Knoepple, Perry Sandeen, Scott Adam. First Row: Richard Robinson, Roh Berg, Loren Coleman. Don Drumtra, John Staples, 92 Kreider. Jim Knopp, Donella Hager. Sue Shogren. Sei-ond Row: Perry Sandi-en. Diane Kawa. Judy Fruehling. Candy VVillner. Rich- ard Robinson, George Sawyer, Fred Fisher.First Row: Jim Conroy. Susan Haynes. Pam Haslam. Jill Giuliani, Virginia Bussert. Kenton Knoppel. 547161 Ijflge esfers The ring of tense eager faces grew tighter as step by step the experiment was completed. Instructions were con- sulted often and carried out with utmost care. There could be no slip-ups. The mixture turned colors rapidly as each ingredient was added. When the final chemical was poured into the frothy mixture. everyone watched it intensely for several seconds and then they glanced at each other, and quiet congratulations were exchanged. They had done it!! Wiio were they? WVhy. they were members of the Arlington High School Chemistry Club. Performing unique experiments was only one of the activities of the club. Taking field trips, having guest speakers, and making projects were also included in their schedule. One of the highlights of the year was the an- nual trip taken to Argonne National Atomic Laboratories. Every year many students take part in the junior Academy of Science, and this year, as in past years, proj- ects consisting of all kinds of experiments and collections were submitted. First. students competed for state honors and then advanced to national competition. Eligible sen- iors also entered the Westinghouse Science Talent Search. This year the club was led by Mr. Roy Meiller and Mr. Merrill Froney. sponsorsg john Staples, presidentg Dee Hager. vice presidentg and Jim Knopp. secretary-treasurer. aloagle ornlonfers ll Ll lmmllmll is sixtm-11 lIlK'lll'5 lung :incl ll plzuu- svvllcm Viblllllllllllg' an svaun is am 1-llipw. thi- sliorlvx' clizllilvlvl' ol' Wlllfll is viglll lllK'lll'S, lllllll llu' vuluiiu- il' llu- cross svfliori lw:1c'll'1'll'. Xvllill wuulrl num Slllill'lll5 do ill l-iH'l'll by this llllflllfl 'l'lu-y would pn-nlmlaly run tlu- ntlu-1' waxy, lull tlul mvnilu-rx ul' lllt' Iwo lllkllll Clllllx 1-iljnym-cl solving' such lJl'lllIl Iwislvrs. l'1'4-xuling' all lIll'l'IlIlQS ol' Ilu' l'l'nspvcl Club was .john Kim-mlws, Ill'l'SlllK'lll1 zlsxisli-cl by Rohm-r liulus, vcvpg -IZIIIIUS lilias, St'K'I't'I1ll'3'-Il'l'il5lIlil'l'1 and Mr, Rowv and Mr. McKil- lip. zulx'ism'l's. 'l'lu- lrnsll spvm Ilu' yvzu' lllYi'SllglXllI1g' Sllfll :iw-in ul' nmllu-rimlivs ns ilu- lxinziry YYSIVIII mul tlu- slicls' rulv, .-Xt ,'XI'llllQlUll lulmlmi l'Xl'1'l1li'l', pI'l'Sllll'IllI lion l,l'lIIIlll'll. vin- prvsicli-iii: .lulm Slzlplvw. !s1'Cl'l'lLll'y-ll'l'ilSlll'K'l'1 and ilu- Npuiisms Mr. Shi:-lm-y :uul N111 lilllllil guiclvcl ilu' Yi'lll',S uc'- livilu-Q, NA'lllI'll lIll'llllll'il clisflissioiis cm llu' z1lg'c'lmrz1 ol logic. lniumzxl llllIIllN'li synlm-ills, auul t'llli'lllllS :xml pz1l'Iic'ip:1lior1 by wnu' nu-mlu-rs ll! ilu'inte-1'-scluvlzlstu'slulvfull-ruiimpvtitloii. AHS Mafh Club 'I'hir1l Run: Mr. Shirh-5, Mr, liuinu, Ilill Ilzinklc-3, Alfri-rl Julzi. Iirum- I,:1Vv:i1i. .Inhn Stuplvs, S4-1-mul Row: Nlvzxnur Sl'Hll'1lUj, Dun Ivrumlrzu, Iiruw- liolus, Imvicl S-lzxrm-s. First Iiuw: Vnmly VVilln1-r. Iilrlun Hn-uh-i', Kvnlim Knuplu-I, Sli-vw Svclluk, R175 Kim, PHS Mailw Club lfourth Row: f'rmr:ul Nuunmnn, llzlw Zivtl. Third Row: Mr, Rum- Huh Millvr, Huh Iiulzis. Sz-vmul Row: Mr. Mrliillip, .Irmhn Krvniln l41II'I'j .Tzlur-k rslurulimgb, First Row: Ria-Iwi Iiauiln-y, .Innu-5 Illiss 5--, -ug.. 93 aloagle ornlonfers ll Ll lmmllmll is sixtm-11 lIlK'lll'5 lung :incl ll plzuu- svvllcm Viblllllllllllg' an svaun is am 1-llipw. thi- sliorlvx' clizllilvlvl' ol' Wlllfll is viglll lllK'lll'S, lllllll llu' vuluiiu- il' llu- cross svfliori lw:1c'll'1'll'. Xvllill wuulrl num Slllill'lll5 do ill l-iH'l'll by this llllflllfl 'l'lu-y would pn-nlmlaly run tlu- ntlu-1' waxy, lull tlul mvnilu-rx ul' lllt' Iwo lllkllll Clllllx 1-iljnym-cl solving' such lJl'lllIl Iwislvrs. l'1'4-xuling' all lIll'l'IlIlQS ol' Ilu' l'l'nspvcl Club was .john Kim-mlws, Ill'l'SlllK'lll1 zlsxisli-cl by Rohm-r liulus, vcvpg -IZIIIIUS lilias, St'K'I't'I1ll'3'-Il'l'il5lIlil'l'1 and Mr, Rowv and Mr. McKil- lip. zulx'ism'l's. 'l'lu- lrnsll spvm Ilu' yvzu' lllYi'SllglXllI1g' Sllfll :iw-in ul' nmllu-rimlivs ns ilu- lxinziry YYSIVIII mul tlu- slicls' rulv, .-Xt ,'XI'llllQlUll lulmlmi l'Xl'1'l1li'l', pI'l'Sllll'IllI lion l,l'lIIIlll'll. vin- prvsicli-iii: .lulm Slzlplvw. !s1'Cl'l'lLll'y-ll'l'ilSlll'K'l'1 and ilu- Npuiisms Mr. Shi:-lm-y :uul N111 lilllllil guiclvcl ilu' Yi'lll',S uc'- livilu-Q, NA'lllI'll lIll'llllll'il clisflissioiis cm llu' z1lg'c'lmrz1 ol logic. lniumzxl llllIIllN'li synlm-ills, auul t'llli'lllllS :xml pz1l'Iic'ip:1lior1 by wnu' nu-mlu-rs ll! ilu'inte-1'-scluvlzlstu'slulvfull-ruiimpvtitloii. AHS Mafh Club 'I'hir1l Ron: Mr. Shirh-5, Mr, liuinu, Ilill Ilzinklc-3, Alfri-rl Julzi. Iirum- I,:1Vv:i1i. .Inhn Stuplvs, S4-1-mul Row: Nlvzxnur Sl'Hll'1lUj, Dun Ivrumlrzu, Iiruw- liolus, Imvicl S-lzxrm-s. First Iiuw: Vnmly VVilln1-r. Iilrlun Hn-uh-i', Kvnlim Knuplu-I, Sli-vw Svclluk, R175 Kim, PHS Mailw Club lfourth Row: f'rmr:ul Nuunmnn, llzlw Zivtl. Third Row: Mr, Rum- Huh Millvr, Huh Iiulzis. Sz-vmul Row: Mr. Mrliillip, .Irmhn Krvniln l41II'I'j .Tzlur-k rslurulimgb, First Row: Ria-Iwi Iiauiln-y, .Innu-5 Illiss 5--, -ug.. 93 rump, rump, rump, are ing explorers Bridge Club Fourth Row: Ronna Panek. Carol Kasl, Linda Hanson, B. Erickson. Ili Dailey, Kathy Damerow, Pat Wolfe, Mary Hutchinson, Leslie Silver, Mary Prenner, Lorie Holm, Beth Wood, Joyce Brunner, Linda Clemens, Joyce Olson, Linda Close, Susan Ball. Third Row: Nancy Owen, Karen McLean, Phyllis Bonin, Sara Precilio, Carol Mobus, Lynne Thomas, Linda LeStarge, Roberta Taylor, Jean Ewert. Robin Fontaine, Melinda Watt, Nancy Knox, Kristin Loll, Explorers' Club Left to right: Steve Massic, Jim Wood, Carl Popp. Ken Shaw, Mr. Larson, Bill Specht, Jim Kingsley, John Vetter. Sally Jansen, Joan Wolf, Betsy Castle, Erika Struer, Joan Trude, Second Row: Bonnie Robinson. Susan Haynes, Jane Owen, Diana Kelly, Dee Erickson, Linda Crummett, Juanita Graves, Sue Knoepfle. Jan Kramer, Lois Landmeier, Judy Wille, Betsy King. Marcia Born, Carol Bott, Mr. Mueller. First Row: Mrs. Montgomery, Barbara Wolden, Nancy Heimsoth, Nancy Bear, Rosie Gage, Cindy Long. Barbara Dean, Gloria Kruse, Judi Makinson, Sally Moore. Around the World in Eighty Days could well have bcen the motto of the Explorers' Club at Arlington High. Sponsored by Mr. George Larson and led by president John Vetter, the club participated in many activities con- nected with the American Youth Hostel of Chicago. The purpose of the club was to give students the op- portunity to participate in skiing, bicycling, sailing, and hiking. At monthly meetings the Explorers' Club pro- vided a varied and interesting program by discussing equipment and skills for forthcoming excursions. With the words i'trick," ngamef' and "rubber,l' an- other meeting of the bridge Club ended. Under the spon- sorship of Miss Sally Montgomery, Mr. Paul Mueller, and Mr. Robert Grabitz, the members chose their officers, Cyndy Long, Rosemary Gage, and Gloria Kruse. Membership was open to those interested in learning the fundamental skills of bridge. At the meetings the members were taught the rules of the game. The highlight came during the last months of school, when everyone was given a chance to test his knowledge at a bridge party. rump, rump, rump, are ing explorers Bridge Club Fourth Row: Ronna Panek. Carol Kasl, Linda Hanson, B. Erickson. Ili Dailey, Kathy Damerow, Pat Wolfe, Mary Hutchinson, Leslie Silver, Mary Prenner, Lorie Holm, Beth Wood, Joyce Brunner, Linda Clemens, Joyce Olson, Linda Close, Susan Ball. Third Row: Nancy Owen, Karen McLean, Phyllis Bonin, Sara Precilio, Carol Mobus, Lynne Thomas, Linda LeStarge, Roberta Taylor, Jean Ewert. Robin Fontaine, Melinda Watt, Nancy Knox, Kristin Loll, Explorers' Club Left to right: Steve Massic, Jim Wood, Carl Popp. Ken Shaw, Mr. Larson, Bill Specht, Jim Kingsley, John Vetter. Sally Jansen, Joan Wolf, Betsy Castle, Erika Struer, Joan Trude, Second Row: Bonnie Robinson. Susan Haynes, Jane Owen, Diana Kelly, Dee Erickson, Linda Crummett, Juanita Graves, Sue Knoepfle. Jan Kramer, Lois Landmeier, Judy Wille, Betsy King. Marcia Born, Carol Bott, Mr. Mueller. First Row: Mrs. Montgomery, Barbara Wolden, Nancy Heimsoth, Nancy Bear, Rosie Gage, Cindy Long. Barbara Dean, Gloria Kruse, Judi Makinson, Sally Moore. Around the World in Eighty Days could well have bcen the motto of the Explorers' Club at Arlington High. Sponsored by Mr. George Larson and led by president John Vetter, the club participated in many activities con- nected with the American Youth Hostel of Chicago. The purpose of the club was to give students the op- portunity to participate in skiing, bicycling, sailing, and hiking. At monthly meetings the Explorers' Club pro- vided a varied and interesting program by discussing equipment and skills for forthcoming excursions. With the words i'trick," ngamef' and "rubber,l' an- other meeting of the bridge Club ended. Under the spon- sorship of Miss Sally Montgomery, Mr. Paul Mueller, and Mr. Robert Grabitz, the members chose their officers, Cyndy Long, Rosemary Gage, and Gloria Kruse. Membership was open to those interested in learning the fundamental skills of bridge. At the meetings the members were taught the rules of the game. The highlight came during the last months of school, when everyone was given a chance to test his knowledge at a bridge party. Cadet Bancl Fifth Row: Jon llidriekson, Tom tlirlson, Jim Bidderman, Larry Jaueh, Norman Bendell, Hill Edelblute. Jim Diehl, Milly Sehwall. Hob Kransherger. Ken Anderson, Jim Sannes. Fourth Row: Robert Cochran, Bud Bradley, Bruce Watkins, Phil Craig, James Bower. Wayne Thompson, Don Riemer, Mike Kauffman, Charles Edwards. Allan Dc-Wall, Keith Kasen, Richard Davis. Third Row: Clara Smith, Sonia Ervo, Virginia Ferrell, Barbara Burke, Les Kesel, Dave g . 1, X, r Angus. Steve Lowe, Michael O'Connell, Rita Schneider, .Jocelyn Coblenz, Dierra Kreider, Beryl Keck, James Whitesel, Second Row: Nancy Willer, Gay Gatke, Holly Henseleit, Sally Olsen, Jim Brome. Jim Lange, Carole Henseleit, Emily Riemer, John Cochran, John Shiley, James Bliss, James Palmer. First Row: Bill Eaton, Sieve Sorgatz, Bill Burfeind, Bob Wemheuer. V65 Vlflen 7214 Ang rounol M95 MV! "With a one and a two and a ,.... U No, that wasn't Lawrence Welk making champagne musicg it was Mr. Dahlberg conducting the Cadet Band at Prospect High School, The band, composed of sixty-five freshmen and sophomores, served as intemiediate training to prepare the students for participation in Concert Band, 'l'he fifty-six freshmen members of Cadet Band could be heard practicing in the music room every day during the seventh hour while the sophomores practiced at Ar- lington High School under the direction of Mr. Frederick Schmoycr. The two groups combined to play for the Christmas Concert, the Winter and Spring concerts, bas- ketball games, and an assembly at the Wheeling grade school. Arlington Heights saw them marching in the Santa Claus Parade and the Memorial Day Parade. From the Cadet Band at Prospect, a Dance Band was chosen, which consisted of eight students playing the saxophone, trombone, trumpets. string bass, drums, and piano. Several individuals from the Cadet Band have also performed at various functions. Members formed small musical groups to play at recitals in the Little Theater at Arlington and at the Prospect High Christmas Concert. PHS Strings Left to Right: Nancy Slonek, Oleh Golosewitseh, Jim Cassie, have Baughman, Mr. Dahlberg. 95 Cadet Bancl Fifth Row: Jon llidriekson, Tom tlirlson, Jim Bidderman, Larry Jaueh, Norman Bendell, Hill Edelblute. Jim Diehl, Milly Sehwall. Hob Kransherger. Ken Anderson, Jim Sannes. Fourth Row: Robert Coehran, Bud Bradley, Bruce Watkins, Phil Craig, James Bower. Wayne Thompson, Don Riemer, Mike Kauffman, Charles Edwards. Allan Dc-Wall, Keith Kasen, Richard Davis. Third Row: Clara Smith, Sonia Ervo, Virginia Ferrell, Barbara Burke, Les Kesel, Dave g . 1, X, r Angus. Steve Lowe, Miehael O'Connell, Rita Schneider, .loeelyn Coblenz, Dierra Kreider, Beryl Keek, James Whitesel, Second Row: Nancy Willer, Gay Gatke, Holly Henseleit, Sally Olsen, Jim Brome. Jim Lange, Carole Henseleit, Emily Riemer, John Coehran, John Shiley, James Bliss, James Palmer. First Row: Bill Eaton, Sieve Sorgatz, Bill Burfeind, Bob Wemheuer. V65 Vlflen 7214 Ang rounol M95 MV! "With a one and a two and a ,.... U No, that wasn't Lawrence Welk making champagne musicg it was Mr. Dahlberg conducting the Cadet Band at Prospect High School, The band, composed of sixty-five freshmen and sophomores, served as intemiediate training to prepare the students for participation in Concert Band, 'l'he fifty-six freshmen members of Cadet Band could be heard practicing in the music room every day during the seventh hour while the sophomores practiced at Ar- lington High School under the direction of Mr. Frederick Sehmoyer. The two groups combined to play for the Christmas Concert, the Winter and Spring concerts, bas- ketball games, and an assembly at the Wheeling grade school. Arlington Heights saw them marching in the Santa Claus Parade and the Memorial Day Parade. From the Cadet Band at Prospect, a Dance Band was chosen, which consisted of eight students playing the saxophone, trombone, trumpets. string bass, drums, and piano. Several individuals from the Cadet Band have also performed at various functions. Members formed small musical groups to play at recitals in the Little Theater at Arlington and at the Prospect High Christmas Concert. PHS Strings Left to Right: Naney Slonek, Oleh Golosewitseh, Jim Cassie, have Baughman, Mr. Dahlberg. 95 Orchesira Standing: Dave lbaughman. Tom Ferrand. Jeff Layson. Third Row: Sandy Kasen, Bob Wellman, Ann Brown, Gerry Sieben, Mike LaRue. have Brunner, Carol Maisel. Second Row: Kathy Sweeney, Nancy Slonek, Judy Sehmoyer, Marge Sandford, Sue Nelson, Al Feige, Carol Cook, Pat Schneider, Pat Mills. First Row: Sue Anderson. Charles Ninneman, Roy Kim, Sylvia Pfeffer, Connie Raaseh. adrbngfon usic Concerl Band Fifth Row: Lee Sehultz, John Heppner, Curt Zimmerman, Mike Tierney, Bill Haberiehter, Bob Vlfellman, Ann Brown, Sandra Kasen. Karen Johnson. Fourtli Row: Sue Russell, Sue Nelson, Bill Read, Margaret Sand- ford, James Knopp, Paul Norton, Mickey Stoffel, Fred Bedford. Carol Maisel, Roger McKnight, Betsy Zimmerman, Ken Friker, Bob Sehroeder. Bill Harrington, Ron Anderson, Ralph Westberg, Larry lfors, Jeff Inkley, Mike LaRue, Al Benevieh, Bill Evans, Bill Flood. Larry Smith. Third Row: Sharon Wessling, Jack Zaehler, Bob Bollman, Sarajane Terbell, Vince Bartle, Bruce Oehlerking, John Duff, Bill Lippke. John Anderson, Dave Brunner, Russ Pyle, Ronald Conrad, James ldrim-kson, Jerry Wrohel, Don Averill. George Fromni. S4-eoml ltmv: Janet Omer. Linda Ryan, Pat Schneider, Karen Baker, Pal Mills. Joy Vitoux, Douglas Yates, Dirk Anderson, Barbara Fromm, Bob Iiekardt, James KH0llHlUClllQF, Thurston Brown, Al Fi-ige, Lois Lippold, Barbara Dean, Carol Cook, Janet Lunsman, Sylvia 1'l'efl'er, Judy Liebenow, Phyllis Reiehard, Donna Siemro. Sharon Kolberg, Leslie Harrington. Gerrie Sieben, Bob Sannwald. lfirsi Row: 'I'om VonBoeekmann, Jay Busse, Jeff Layson, John lvlrllonald, Riehard Buekley. Phil Lambdin, Darryl Gundlaeh, Ray liurfeinfl. 96 of ers an fjogeflzer Orchesira Standing: Dave lbaughman. Tom Ferrand. Jeff Layson. Third Row: Sandy Kasen, Bob Wellman, Ann Brown, Gerry Sieben, Mike LaRue. have Brunner, Carol Maisel. Second Row: Kathy Sweeney, Nancy Slonek, Judy Sehmoyer, Marge Sandford, Sue Nelson, Al Feige, Carol Cook, Pat Schneider, Pat Mills. First Row: Sue Anderson. Charles Ninneman, Roy Kim, Sylvia Pfeffer, Connie Raaseh. adrbngfon usic Concerl Band Fifth Row: Lee Sehultz, John Heppner, Curt Zimmerman, Mike Tierney, Bill Haberiehter, Bob Vlfellman, Ann Brown, Sandra Kasen. Karen Johnson. Fourtli Row: Sue Russell, Sue Nelson, Bill Read, Margaret Sand- ford, James Knopp, Paul Norton, Mickey Stoffel, Fred Bedford. Carol Maisel, Roger McKnight, Betsy Zimmerman, Ken Friker, Bob Sehroeder. Bill Harrington, Ron Anderson, Ralph Westberg, Larry lfors, Jeff Inkley, Mike LaRue, Al Benevieh, Bill Evans, Bill Flood. Larry Smith. Third Row: Sharon Wessling, Jack Zaehler, Bob Bollman, Sarajane Terbell, Vince Bartle, Bruce Oehlerking, John Duff, Bill Lippke. John Anderson, Dave Brunner, Russ Pyle, Ronald Conrad, James ldrim-kson, Jerry Wrohel, Don Averill. George Fromni. S4-eoml ltmv: Janet Omer. Linda Ryan, Pat Schneider, Karen Baker, Pal Mills. Joy Vitoux, Douglas Yates, Dirk Anderson, Barbara Fromm, Bob Iiekardt, James KH0llHlUClllQF, Thurston Brown, Al Fi-ige, Lois Lippold, Barbara Dean, Carol Cook, Janet Lunsman, Sylvia 1'l'efl'er, Judy Liebenow, Phyllis Reiehard, Donna Siemro. Sharon Kolberg, Leslie Harrington. Gerrie Sieben, Bob Sannwald. lfirsi Row: 'I'om VonBoeekmann, Jay Busse, Jeff Layson, John lvlrllonald, Riehard Buekley. Phil Lambdin, Darryl Gundlaeh, Ray liurfeinfl. 96 of ers an fjogeflzer . N 3 . . 4. ' . l' M' ' f ' 57' :5i:7'g' ' ALL.. , Q rw W ws ?wi' Lf : X ,3 1,4 mf ?f 1 w5, ,' 3 ' 'f in ig i 4' 5 'iX.xaL 217 "A V N'- 'L:,L. ' YQ .1 ,.. ,I f ,. , I'-W 2. ' . 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'V , A , ' yu "X ug,- ui K I" M aj I V i f n X Q - ,Q ' .W Q ' .1'2-:Q " -M ,.:.f ...Al 4.- ' J, ' 1 . W 4 4 Q-ff Q fa ZH' Q -1"--- ii. J " 'T ' if A "Mains In-sl friond's his trumpet" is the motto for John Andvrson. Fiddlin' fingers of Sue Anderson and Judy Sclmmycr siring along llziw- lirunncr, and Ron Conrad, trumpvt trio ol' Arlington High. with Mzirilcr- Swanson In forin thu string: trio of Arlington High. Gfllsloring lfggeeflzoven, ralzms, adnolggop For sophomore Nanvy Andi-rsun, mush: weaves a spell of wistful enchantment :ls she spends il fcw infroquent nm- nmnts of solitude at the zlrzind pizinw. 98 "Mains In-sl friond's his trumpet" is the motto for John Andvrson. Fiddlin' fingers of Sue Anderson and Judy Sclnnoycr siring along llziw- lirunncr, and Ron Conrad, trumpvt trio ol' Arlington High. with Mzirilcr- Swanson In forin thu string: trio of Arlington High. Gfllsloring lfggeeflzoven, ralzms, adnolggop For sophomore Nanvy Andi-rsun, mush: weaves a spell of wistful enchantment :ls she spends il fcw infroquent nm- nmnts of solitude at the zlrzind pizinw. 98 lVith an Heins, xwci, drci, spiel-oompapa oompapan the fit'I'Ill2lI1 Band swung into the year,s activities of play- ing authentic German music. 'l'he hand, the most color- ful and interesting division of the music organizations, was composed ol' clztrinets, corncts, trombones, tubas, drums, and an antique German tenor horn. Wllien giving a public perforrnance, tllc twelve members of the group wore Ger- main costumes. '.l'l1c girls, costumes consisted of aprons placed over printed, full dresses. The boys' costumes con- sisted ol' white shirts, grey bermuda shorts called lederho- svn, l5t'l'IllllCl2l. socks, green suspendcrs, and green felt hats. The dance band, a medium ol' expression for seven- teen Pllyllllll-IlllI1lll'Cl musicians, was made up of saxo- phoncs, trumpets, trornhones, amd it rhythm section. The group l.lIl'I1lSlll'Cl music to accompany the talent show and also played lor several dances of thc Saramha Club. Completing the musical activities at AHS, were the string trio, the trumpet trio, the French horn quartet, the flute trio, and the woodwind quintet. These groups played for various programs in the community and participated in music contests. VVinners from the district contest, which was held in Nlztrch, went downstate to represent Arlington High in state competition. Mr. Fredrick Schmoyer, head ol the music department, directed music groups at AHS. German Band Third Row: Thurston Brown, Rich Buckley, Phil Lambdin, Bill Huboriehter. S1-cond Row: Bob Eckardt, Gorri Siebcn, Suzann Russell, Jim Knollmurfllor. First Row: Barbara Fromm, Carol Fook, Sarzljune Ti-rlwll. lVith an Heins, xwci, drci, spiel-oompapa oompapan the fit'I'Ill2lI1 Band swung into the year,s activities of play- ing authentic German music. 'l'he hand, the most color- ful and interesting division of the music organizations, was composed ol' clztrinets, corncts, trombones, tubas, drums, and an antique German tenor horn. Wllien giving a public perforrnance, tllc twelve members of the group wore Ger- main costumes. '.l'l1c girls, costumes consisted of aprons placed over printed, full dresses. The boys' costumes con- sisted ol' white shirts, grey hcrniuda shorts called lederho- svn, l5t'l'IllllCl2l. socks, green suspendcrs, and green felt hats. The dance band, a medium ol' expression for seven- teen Pllyllllll-IlllI1lll'Cl musicians, was made up of saxo- phoncs, trumpets, trornhones, amd it rhythm section. The group l.lIl'I1lSlll'Cl music to accompany the talent show and also played lor several dances of thc Saramha Club. Completing the musical activities at AHS, were the string trio, the trumpet trio, the French horn quartet, the flute trio, and the woodwind quintet. These groups played for various programs in the community and participated in music contests. VVinners from the district contest, which was held in Nlztrch, went downstate to represent Arlington High in state competition. Mr. Fredrick Schmoyer, head ol the music department, directed music groups at AHS. German Band Third Row: Thurston Brown, Rich Buckley, Phil Lambdin, Bill Huboriehter. S1-cond Row: Bob Eckardt, Gorri Siebcn, Suzann Russell, Jim Knollmurfllor. First Row: Barbara Fromm, Carol Fook, Sarzljune Ti-rlwll. Odrbngfon llI't'I.fElll0, szill. :ind thymic may he in thi- rw-ipo for ravioli. but success is thu rw-ipv for the first prizo svnior flozlt. Snappy steps by the spattcd fe-ot olf the marr-hinaf band hirmonili with the atmospherv of Z1 brisk fall deny to sol stmzi- for Homuoniing omecoming Pirif ara es as "Cards keep adding 'em up" with thc- ziid of 21 sophomore adding mam-hinu plus Z1 Cardinal to score socond place victory. if si-"ii-1 swan 4 Hn I00 Thru- junior homvroonis urs banking: on il vivtory for the Cards as shown hy novol slogan "W'o're pigs for points." Odrbngfon llI't'I.fElll0, szill. :ind thymic may he in thi- rw-ipo for ravioli. but success is thu rw-ipv for the first prizo svnior flozlt. Snappy steps by the spattcd fe-ot olf the marvhinaf band hlI'lll0l'lllL with the atmospherv of Z1 brisk fall deny to sol stagi- for Homuoniing omecoming Pirif ara es as "Cards keep adding 'em up" with thc- ziid of 21 sophomore adding mam-hinu plus Z1 Cardinal to score socond place victory. if Q-'fm Qfvw ,flu I00 Thru- junior homvroonis urs banking: on il vivtory for the Cards as shown hy novel slogan "VVe"re pigs for points." 1 4 :lv Av ' gp- 1 -v 1 4 :lv Av ' gp- 1 vv ' ' Awami , wwMmf.M.g W ff,-- iv-A-awwmzm -:mr 1 ,- , . M u ' ' Awami , wwMmf.M.g W ff,-- iv-A-awwmzm -:mr 1 ,- , . M u is "if" '11-it ' fi' Homecoming Couri Second Row: Tom Grey. .luck VVt-ber, Howie Berg, Bob Mors, John Petersen. First Row: Marty Gatts, Joyce Olson, Vicki Mogren, April Marn, Diane Duily. Cafihnal kmflg AJ Queen A hush fell over the darkened gym as the strains of ull" filled the air, and the ten candidates for Homecoming king :md queen entered, As Vicki Mogren, Tom Grey, Marty Gauts, -john Petersen, April Marn, Howie Berg, llizme Daily, Bob Mors, -Ioyce Olson, and Jack Weber as- sembled ziroimd the throne, excitement grew. All eyes were fixed on Randy liolsinger who stepped forward to unroll at scroll engrayecl with the names of the king and queen. The uliderelassmen moved by the beauty of the occasion, the juniors viewing the proceedings with dreams that next year would liind them standing around the throne, and the seniors quickly wiping away a tear while viewing the cor- onzttion lor the last time all strained to hear Randy pro- claim the winners" -Howie Berg and April Marnl Screams ol' delight hroke the silence as the two stepped forward and were crowned King Howie and Queen April by the pages Evelyn Kay and john Bergman. The king then escorted his queen around the gym to 'When You XVish Upon a Star." Reigning monarchs April Marn and Howie Berg enjoy a quiet moment from the festivities to pose for their Homecoming portrait. is "if" '11-it ' fi' Homecoming Couri Second Row: Tom Grey. .luck VVt-ber, Howie Berg, Bob Mors, John Petersen. First Row: Marty Gatts, Joyce Olson, Vicki Mogren, April Marn, Diane Duily. Cafihnal kmflg AJ Queen A hush fell over the darkened gym as the strains of ull" filled the air, and the ten candidates for Homecoming king :md queen entered, As Vicki Mogren, Tom Grey, Marty Gauts, -john Petersen, April Marn, Howie Berg, llizme Daily, Bob Mors, -Ioyce Olson, and Jack Weber as- sembled ziroimd the throne, excitement grew. All eyes were fixed on Randy liolsinger who stepped forward to unroll at scroll engrayecl with the names of the king and queen. The uliderelassmen moved by the beauty of the occasion, the juniors viewing the proceedings with dreams that next year would liind them standing around the throne, and the seniors quickly wiping away a tear while viewing the cor- onzttion lor the last time all strained to hear Randy pro- claim the winners" -Howie Berg and April Marnl Screams ol' delight hroke the silence as the two stepped forward and were crowned King Howie and Queen April by the pages Evelyn Kay and john Bergman. The king then escorted his queen around the gym to 'When You XVish Upon a Star." Reigning monarchs April Marn and Howie Berg enjoy a quiet moment from the festivities to pose for their Homecoming portrait. ewecy ecimalmoers Manning the front line, battling whatever ignorance students had about books, were the members of the two Library Clubs. Leading the AHS Library Club in carrying out its duties were: Miss Mildred Bopp, sponsor, Ann Carlisle, president, Cathy Higley, vice president, Kathy Jonas, secretary, Claudia Cieciwa, treasurer, and Cynthia Elter- man, reporter. The PHS club was led by sponsor Miss Donna Timm, president Kenneth Middleton, vice president Sharon Hausler, and secretary-treasurer Mary Lou Heide- mann. Any library assistant was eligible to join the clubs, which devoted part of each of their meetings to instruc- tion on improving library service, the purpose of the clubs. AHS Library Club Third Row: Linda Bahr, Mary Hutchinson, Bob R00- sen, Ed Rosenblatt, Mike Hampton, Steve Bertok, Car- ole Tock, Jackie Halwax, Pat O'Gorman, Miss Bopp. Sec- ond Row: Sherlyn Johnson, Marlene Katz, Claudia Cieci- wa, Cindy Elterman, Ann Carlisle, Lynn Rodewald, Kathy Jonas, Rosemary Hein. Bonnie Lippke, Pat Schnei- der, Dusty Boekhoff. First Row: Eileen DiValerio, Judy Kessler, Robin Posselt, Me- linda Watt. It'S not Poe, Longfellow, Shakespeare, or Hawthorne that holds the at- tention of Fred Kloman, but fellow library assistant Juanita Graves. PHS Library Club Third Row: Ken Middleton, Bob Frank, David McArdle, Donna Baron, Sally Dickinson, Mary Lou Heidemann. Judy Anderson, Calvin Rateike. Second Row: Judy Rabe, Bonnie Soltz, Donna Thompson, Rozanne Wittek, Linda Lehman, Pat Themer. Sharon Hausler, Carol Brown. First Row: Allan Crowe, Carol Hampton, Peggy Mill- er, Karen Koeneman, Judy Wistar, Wendy Bur- gess. Barbara Jorgensen, Jim Oldham. I04 ewecy ecimalmoers Manning the front line, battling whatever ignorance students had about books, were the members of the two Library Clubs. Leading the AHS Library Club in carrying out its duties were: Miss Mildred Bopp, sponsor, Ann Carlisle, president, Cathy Higley, vice president, Kathy Jonas, secretary, Claudia Cieciwa, treasurer, and Cynthia Elter- man, reporter. The PHS club was led by sponsor Miss Donna Timm, president Kenneth Middleton, vice president Sharon Hausler, and secretary-treasurer Mary Lou Heide- mann. Any library assistant was eligible to join the clubs, which devoted part of each of their meetings to instruc- tion on improving library service, the purpose of the clubs. AHS Library Club Third Row: Linda Bahr, Mary Hutchinson, Bob R00- sen, Ed Rosenblatt, Mike Hampton, Steve Bertok, Car- ole Tock, Jackie Halwax, Pat O'Gorman, Miss Bopp. Sec- ond Row: Sherlyn Johnson, Marlene Katz, Claudia Cieci- wa, Cindy Elterman, Ann Carlisle, Lynn Rodewald, Kathy Jonas, Rosemary Hein. Bonnie Lippke, Pat Schnei- der, Dusty Boekhoff. First Row: Eileen DiValerio, Judy Kessler, Robin Posselt, Me- linda Watt. It'S not Poe, Longfellow, Shakespeare, or Hawthorne that holds the at- tention of Fred Kloman, but fellow library assistant Juanita Graves. PHS Library Club Third Row: Ken Middleton, Bob Frank, David McArdle, Donna Baron, Sally Dickinson, Mary Lou Heidemann. Judy Anderson, Calvin Rateike. Second Row: Judy Rabe, Bonnie Soltz, Donna Thompson, Rozanne Wittek, Linda Lehman, Pat Themer. Sharon Hausler, Carol Brown. First Row: Allan Crowe, Carol Hampton, Peggy Mill- er, Karen Koeneman, Judy Wistar, Wendy Bur- gess. Barbara Jorgensen, Jim Oldham. I04 PH Supply Sfore Orderly housekeeping proves problem for Pros- pect High supply store supervisor Mr. Pumphrey and helpers Jerry Lemke and David McArdle. Selblflg MPPLGS ADJ Does your Chart and Log have a habit of disappear- ing? Are you constantly running out of typing paper? The answer to these problems and many more could be bought at the student supply store. Here the students could pur- chase articles ranging from paper to paint brushes. Faculty sponsor of the Arlington supply store was Mrs. Faulkner, hcad of the Business Education Depart- ment. Students in this department interested in providing SUPP ying wlllt SCYVICC a service to the school while gaining valuable personnel experience were selected to act as student clerks. Chosen to manage the store at Prospect High was Mr. Pumphrey assisted by two student volunteers. The supply stores were basically run as non-profit or- ganizations maintained for the student body's convenience and any funds accumulated during the year were used to purchase materials for the improvement of the schools. AHS Supply S+ore Left to Right: Mrs. Faulkner, Joann Dornquast, Virray Sandberg, Charles Rush, Barbara West. Eileen Sundquist. I05 PH Supply Sfore Orderly housekeeping proves problem for Pros- pect High supply store supervisor Mr. Pumphrey and helpers Jerry Lemke and David McArdle. Selblflg MPPLGS ADJ Does your Chart and Log have a habit of disappear- ing? Are you constantly running out of typing paper? The answer to these problems and many more could be bought at the student supply store. Here the students could pur- chase articles ranging from paper to paint brushes. Faculty sponsor of the Arlington supply store was Mrs. Faulkner, hcad of the Business Education Depart- ment. Students in this department interested in providing SUPP ying wlllt SCYVICC a service to the school while gaining valuable personnel experience were selected to act as student clerks. Chosen to manage the store at Prospect High was Mr. Pumphrey assisted by two student volunteers. The supply stores were basically run as non-profit or- ganizations maintained for the student body's convenience and any funds accumulated during the year were used to purchase materials for the improvement of the schools. AHS Supply S+ore Left to Right: Mrs. Faulkner, Joann Dornquast, Virray Sandberg, Charles Rush, Barbara West. Eileen Sundquist. I05 ---.....,,.. AHS Office Guides Third Row: Janet Cosman, Judy Stark, Judy Hibner, Karen Sehwaller, Judy Vivirito. Gerry Bugielski, Dottie Schulze. Eileen Sundquist. Janet Pearson, Ruth Hellwig, Karen Meyer. Sc-cond Row: Mary O'Connell, Julie Bunn, Sheila Altvatter. Joan Pedersen, Kathy Scherrer, Candy Willner, Karen Wasko. Shirley McLean, Sue McDonald, Sharon Hendry, Vikki Van Ness, Sallee Hirst, Carol Freise. First Row: Carol Bott, Eve- lyn Kay, Carol Carrozza, Judy Erikson, Cindy Long, Joyce Olson, Erika Streuer, Judi Van Note, Sandy Hedstrom, Penny Kaeena, Sandra Lemke. fllice guiJes- Ijilze gpifome If efficiency 4' HWhat do policemen and office guides have in com- mon?" i'Flat feet," answered one of the typical office guides of Arlington and Prospect High Schools. S'They came from walking practically miles of lonesome corridors to collect attendance slips, to deliver notes to students and teachers, and to carry special announcements to the classes." In addition to these duties, the hard-working office guides also aided students in the Lost and Found Depart- ment and served in the Counseling Office. in the Attend- ance Office, and in the Administration Office. They made themselves generally useful by answering telephones. oper- ating the switchboard, running errands, and helping in many ways to keep both high schools running smoothly. PHS Office Guides Third Row: Joan Driscoll, Cora Boehm, Jeanette Stromberg. Karen Blume, Barbara Youngren, Judy Clark. Second Row: Ginny Heinemann, Donna Shean, Trish Crockett, Jan Jahnke. Marcia Pate, Jeannie Sims. First Row: Dolores Thon, Sandy Thompson. Natalie Thorns, Judith Papenthen. ---.....,,.. AHS Office Guides Third Row: Janet Cosman, Judy Stark, Judy Hibner, Karen Sehwaller, Judy Vivirito. Gerry Bugielski, Dottie Schulze. Eileen Sundquist. Janet Pearson, Ruth Hellwig, Karen Meyer. Sc-cond Row: Mary O'Connell, Julie Bunn, Sheila Altvatter. Joan Pedersen, Kathy Scherrer, Candy Willner, Karen Wasko. Shirley McLean, Sue McDonald, Sharon Hendry, Vikki Van Ness, Sallee Hirst, Carol Freise. First Row: Carol Bott, Eve- lyn Kay, Carol Carrozza, Judy Erikson, Cindy Long, Joyce Olson, Erika Streuer, Judi Van Note, Sandy Hedstrom, Penny Kaeena, Sandra Lemke. fllice guiJes- Ijilze gpifome If efficiency 4' HWhat do policemen and office guides have in com- mon?" i'Flat feet," answered one of the typical office guides of Arlington and Prospect High Schools. S'They came from walking practically miles of lonesome corridors to collect attendance slips, to deliver notes to students and teachers, and to carry special announcements to the classes." In addition to these duties, the hard-working office guides also aided students in the Lost and Found Depart- ment and served in the Counseling Office. in the Attend- ance Office, and in the Administration Office. They made themselves generally useful by answering telephones. oper- ating the switchboard, running errands, and helping in many ways to keep both high schools running smoothly. PHS Office Guides Third Row: Joan Driscoll, Cora Boehm, Jeanette Stromberg. Karen Blume, Barbara Youngren, Judy Clark. Second Row: Ginny Heinemann, Donna Shean, Trish Crockett, Jan Jahnke. Marcia Pate, Jeannie Sims. First Row: Dolores Thon, Sandy Thompson. Natalie Thorns, Judith Papenthen. oloin ,Ij'!zem n . . . "Points, points. points! Huw C2111 1 t'lll'Il lllUl't' lJtllIllSllH was thc plz1i11tix't' cry lil't'flllttI1lly llt'ill'tl l'1'c1111 tht' lIlt'Illl3l'l'S ol' tht' Uslwrs Cluh. Ill o1'clt'1' to ht' vligihlt' for Illl'IIll7t'l'- whip i11 tht' cluh Ilt'Xl yt'z11' llllll lm' ll l'it'ltl trip to ll lump show i11 tht' sp1'i11g', t'11t'h hwy haul tu t'LllAll lXX'l'Ill5'-l-lX'l' points this past S'l'1ll'. 'l'ht'st' hoys, t'11sily rt'c'0g11ift'tl hy lllt'il' hright 1't'cl touts, light grvy punts, illlll black tit's, t'lll'Ilt'tl thvst' points hy zmclmitting Sllt'L'llllUI'S lllltl lit't'lJlIlg 0l'lll'l' :tt l'11oth11ll z111cl hz1skt'thz1ll g2lIlll'S, XYl't'SlllllQ,' :tml QyIllIlLlSllt'S 11u't'ts 1111tl ut such spvviztl gz1tl1t'1'i11gs us giucltixttiuii :mtl lltDIllt't'OllliIlQ COI'0I12lllOIl. Othvi' llSllt'I'lIlg' tlutivs int'luclt'tl acting LIS guitlvs lm' night school, lim' lll'l'2l zmtl clistrivt lt'llt'lll'I'Sl lIlt't'llIlgS. llllil for utl1t'1' Q21ll1t'I'lIlgS z1ftt'1' scliool llUlII'S. Ol'lit't'1'st1f tht' cluh wvrt' Dirk St'llWllI'Z. IJl't'Slllt'Ill1 Rtmg Rt'7St'I1t', vim p1't'siclt'11tg Zlflil lN1ikt' Sl1:11111o11, st't'1't't111'y-t1't'z1s- lll'f'I'. Tht' Cluh, Consisting of twvrity-fivt' SOlJllOIllUl'l'. jtinior. and svnim' boys, was spm1so1't'cl hy NIV, Ruluml Goins. Ushers Club S1-1-111111 Row: Ray Hurft-ind, Rrvgqvr Rust-nt-. Im-k St'l1XYZlI'Z, Ilurtt-l, Kon Punxu, tlt-urge Suxxyt-r, Iluvt- Butts. KVIIID' lwlikt- Sl1:1n1mn, Al Johnson. llltllll Iit'ins111:1. First Row: Hill tlr:1n1s, Mit'h11t'l Jvnson, Mr. Goins. I I IO7 'Ht-y buddy, huvt' you svon my I1ltHlll1l5","' lNl1llKll'IlS i11 clistrvss prt-V st-nt il VElI'll'lj' nf prohlt'111s for Arlington High ushvr Huh I-Iv:-nstvn. oloin ,Ij'!zem n . . . "Points, points. points! Huw C2111 1 t'lll'Il lllUl't' lJtllIllSllH was thc plz1i11tix't' cry lil't'flllttI1lly llt'ill'tl l'1'c1111 tht' lIlt'Illl3l'l'S ol' tht' Uslwrs Cluh. Ill o1'clt'1' to ht' vligihlt' for Illl'IIll7t'l'- whip i11 tht' cluh Ilt'Xl yt'z11' llllll lm' ll l'it'ltl trip to ll lump show i11 tht' sp1'i11g', t'11t'h hwy haul tu t'LllAll lXX'l'Ill5'-l-lX'l' points this past S'l'1ll'. 'l'ht'st' hoys, t'11sily rt'c'0g11ift'tl hy lllt'il' hright 1't'cl touts, light grvy punts, illlll black tit's, t'lll'Ilt'tl thvst' points hy zmclmitting Sllt'L'llllUI'S lllltl lit't'lJlIlg 0l'lll'l' :tt l'11oth11ll z111cl hz1skt'thz1ll g2lIlll'S, XYl't'SlllllQ,' :tml QyIllIlLlSllt'S 11u't'ts 1111tl ut such spvviztl gz1tl1t'1'i11gs us giucltixttiuii :mtl lltDIllt't'OllliIlQ COI'0I12lllOIl. Othvi' llSllt'I'lIlg' tlutivs int'luclt'tl acting LIS guitlvs lm' night school, lim' lll'l'2l zmtl clistrivt lt'llt'lll'I'Sl lIlt't'llIlgS. llllil for utl1t'1' Q21ll1t'I'lIlgS z1ftt'1' scliool llUlII'S. Ol'lit't'1'st1f tht' cluh wvrt' Dirk St'llWllI'Z. IJl't'Slllt'Ill1 Rtmg Rt'7St'I1t', vim p1't'siclt'11tg Zlflil lN1ikt' Sl1:11111o11, st't'1't't111'y-t1't'z1s- lll'f'I'. Tht' Cluh, Consisting of twvrity-fivt' SOlJllOIllUl'l'. jtinior. and svnim' boys, was spm1so1't'cl hy NIV, Ruluml Goins. Ushers Club S1-1-111111 Row: Ray Hurft-ind, Rrvgqvr Rust-nt-. Im-k St'l1XYZlI'Z, Ilurtt-l, Kon Punxu, tlt-urge Suxxyt-r, Iluvt- Butts. KVIIID' lwlikt- Sl1:1n1mn, Al Johnson. llltllll Iit'ins111:1. First Row: Hill tlr:1n1s, Mit'h11t'l Jvnson, Mr. Goins. I I IO7 'Ht-y buddy, huvt' you svon my I1ltHlll1l5","' lNl1llKll'IlS i11 clistrvss prt-V st-nt il VElI'll'lj' nf prohlt'111s for Arlington High ushvr Huh I-Iv:-nstvn. CCZVJVICZI C7Qe0lCross 3 t at we 'W i ves om orfing ervice AHS Nurses' Aides Second Row: Lynn Weber, Lynn Thomas, Eleanor Shanley, Janet Cloud, Nancy Baker, Laura Bunn, Barbara Wolden, Jean Domrose. First Row: Linda Lockwood, Sharon Wischstadt, Jan Goede, JoAnne Hadzima, Lynn Parker. 4'Oh, no, not you, tooll' exclaimed a Nurse's Aide as another victim of the Asiatic flu staggered into the nurse's office, a very crowded place during the flu epidemic in October. The Nurses' Aides were kept busy not only dur- ing this time but also throughout the rest of the year as well, helping Mrs. Ivah Hufnagel, the school nurse. By attending to the aches and pains of the Arlington student body and by doing clerical work during their study halls, the girls became thoroughly acquainted with the numerous duties of a nurse. The Future Nurses Clubs were organized to help girls who were interested in nursing from both AHS and PHS to get a better understanding of the profession, The inter- ests of the girls were stimulated from the information given by various guest speakers concerning the different areas of nursing, a number of field trips, and other activities of the group. Through the field trips the girls, while adding a cheerful note to the patients' day, were able to see the mechanics behind the running of an efficient hospital or medical center. Future Nurses Clubs at both Prospect and Arlington High Schools were under the supervision of Mrs. Hufnagel Linda Lockwood headed the club at Arlington, while Karen Kurth performed the duties of president at Prospect High PHS Nurses' Aides Third Row: Mary Brunberg, Charlotte Talo, Patti Folkman, Barbara Gunther, Gloria Dilley. Carol Bedingfield, Marlene Becker, Sandy Schult. Second Row: Valorie Vorhees, Karen Elwart, Connie Meyer, Minnie Putz, Eileen Hunter, Claudia Griesback, Barbara Kath, Gail Ziel. First Row: Beverly Winkler, Karen Kurth, Pam Giese, Beth Paris. l08 CCZVJVICZI C7Qe0lCross 3 t at we 'W i ves om orfing ervice AHS Nurses' Aides Second Row: Lynn Weber, Lynn Thomas, Eleanor Shanley, Janet Cloud, Nancy Baker, Laura Bunn, Barbara Wolden, Jean Domrose. First Row: Linda Lockwood, Sharon Wischstadt, Jan Goede, JoAnne Hadzima, Lynn Parker. 4'Oh, no, not you, tooll' exclaimed a Nurse's Aide as another victim of the Asiatic flu staggered into the nurse's office, a very crowded place during the flu epidemic in October. The Nurses' Aides were kept busy not only dur- ing this time but also throughout the rest of the year as well, helping Mrs. Ivah Hufnagel, the school nurse. By attending to the aches and pains of the Arlington student body and by doing clerical work during their study halls, the girls became thoroughly acquainted with the numerous duties of a nurse. The Future Nurses Clubs were organized to help girls who were interested in nursing from both AHS and PHS to get a better understanding of the profession, The inter- ests of the girls were stimulated from the information given by various guest speakers concerning the different areas of nursing, a number of field trips, and other activities of the group. Through the field trips the girls, while adding a cheerful note to the patients' day, were able to see the mechanics behind the running of an efficient hospital or medical center. Future Nurses Clubs at both Prospect and Arlington High Schools were under the supervision of Mrs. Hufnagel Linda Lockwood headed the club at Arlington, while Karen Kurth performed the duties of president at Prospect High PHS Nurses' Aides Third Row: Mary Brunberg, Charlotte Talo, Patti Folkman, Barbara Gunther, Gloria Dilley. Carol Bedingfield, Marlene Becker, Sandy Schult. Second Row: Valorie Vorhees, Karen Elwart, Connie Meyer, Minnie Putz, Eileen Hunter, Claudia Griesback, Barbara Kath, Gail Ziel. First Row: Beverly Winkler, Karen Kurth, Pam Giese, Beth Paris. l08 AHS Fufure Nurses sfm, Janis 1'il1111Ul'. Judy '1'111111111s1111, S11s:111 1111s11, Nl'1'0llIl IK1111: S1111I'1111 XY1-ss1111g, Andy 111-rg, .11-:111111- 1111111.11-skv. .111111 X'z111 N1111'. l1'1111r1l1 IK1111: 1.11111 1111111-1x:1111, I11z1111- 1:11151-, X11111'1 31111-s, 1311111 Muriv fVll'1lf1fl1. First Row: fvillilll 111111141-111, 1!111111i1- 11111111113 111211111 W111111-11. 1,111'1':1i111- '1'111111 'l'11i1-11 IQ1111: 1J1:1111- 1'1'1-:11111-11 ,111y1'1- S111111- 11llI'LIC'1', 1Ir'z11'1- S1'11I,1'1'IS, .1:1111-1 i'1r111f1, I11 l"r11111: 1.i1111:1 1,111-11111111fl. gl-ganclaging ogefAer or onfzorrow L ealfA Shi 4 "1'11:11's 1111111 54111 1.11-1 1111' 1111-111111114 up 1111- j111111," :1111111111is111-s .1:111 fvllbllii 11111111 N:1111-1' N11-ws V1-11:111's R.Ur4'l11Z11'j' 11:11'1'1's 1111111 PHS Fufure Nurses Fifth Row: Slmmn L'un11ing11z1111, 1'11z1r'1111111 '1':11u, H!l1i1l!ll'!l l1ll11111l'l' 1Zz11'1111r'z1 Iimwn, SL11- 1'1C1111HI1I1S, 1"1'11111'1-s L1'X'1'S11l11', 131-v1-1'1y R11-11111'1 W1-miy 11Ll1'1.fl'S7i, .11111z111n11 l11111gs1111, l'i0lll'tll ltuw: 1111111111 NY1l'l1t'l'1l111l1 Valoriv Vv0I'1'll'P5, P11111 1f'111k111z11111, 1,111r111 1.:11's11n. S1111'l1-1' 1,:1n1,:1- Judy Gus1z1fs1111, 1111r1111r:1 1Jz1v1s, .I111111 IJ1'is1'111l. 'I'11ir1l Ilow: S111 D1-1111, 1N'IZ1I'11'I'l11 13111-k1-r, KllFt'I1 11ZI11'11r1, 1'11I1'l'11 11111111-13 S11Zl1'1lI1 Km 1111-r, S111rl1-y N11-1111-511-11 1i2ll'hilI'El W1-s11:1111, S111- S1-11111i111, S1-1-11111 Row: fwllil X11-1. K:1111y W1-ss1i11:.:, i'111'111111- O'N1111I, 1l1111'i:1 111111-1' Sandy S1-111111, Kz11'1-11 .1111111s1111, U11111111- 1111-yur, 1111111111 121111111-y. First Row: 15111'1'I'111y VVink11-11 Nl1I1l'j' Voss, N!ll11'j' Rixluw, 1211111 111111111-ll 1 T,yr11111 S1111111. .1z11'ki1- K1-1111. Ii:1r'1-11 li1l1'111, 151-111 1':11'is. AHS Fufure Nurses sfm, Janis 1'il1111Ul'. Judy '1'111111111s1111, S11s:111 1111s11, Nl'1'0llIl IK1111: S1111I'1111 XY1-ss1111g, Andy 111-rg, .11-:111111- 1111111.11-skv. .111111 X'z111 N1111'. l1'1111r1l1 IK1111: 1.11111 1111111-1x:1111, I11z1111- 1:11151-, X11111'1 31111-s, 1311111 Muriv fVll'1lf1fl1. First Row: fvillilll 111111141-111, 1!111111i1- 11111111113 111211111 W111111-11. 1,111'1':1i111- '1'111111 'l'11i1-11 IQ1111: 1J1:1111- 1'1'1-:11111-11 ,111y1'1- S111111- 11llI'LIC'1', 1Ir'z11'1- S1'11I,1'1'IS, .1:1111-1 i'1r111f1, I11 l"r11111: 1.i1111:1 1,111-11111111fl. gl-ganclaging ogefAer or onfzorrow L ealfA Shi 4 "1'11:11's 1111111 54111 1.11-1 1111' 1111-111111114 up 1111- j111111," :1111111111is111-s .1:111 fvllbllii 11111111 N:1111-1' N11-ws V1-11:111's R.Ur4'l11Z11'j' 11:11'1'1's 1111111 PHS Fufure Nurses Fifth Row: Slmmn L'un11ing11z1111, 1'11z1r'1111111 '1':11u, H!l1i1l!ll'!l l1ll11111l'l' 1Zz11'1111r'z1 Iimwn, SL11- 1'1C1111HI1I1S, 1"1'11111'1-s L1'X'1'S11l11', 131-v1-1'1y R11-11111'1 W1-miy 11Ll1'1.fl'S7i, .11111z111n11 l11111gs1111, l'i0lll'tll ltuw: 1111111111 NY1l'l1t'l'1l111l1 Valoriv Vv0I'1'll'P5, P11111 1f'111k111z11111, 1,111r111 1.:11's11n. S1111'l1-1' 1,:1n1,:1- Judy Gus1z1fs1111, 1111r1111r:1 1Jz1v1s, .I111111 IJ1'is1'111l. 'I'11ir1l Ilow: S111 D1-1111, 1N'IZ1I'11'I'l11 13111-k1-r, KllFt'I1 11ZI11'11r1, 1'11I1'l'11 11111111-13 S11Zl1'1lI1 Km 1111-r, S111rl1-y N11-1111-511-11 1i2ll'hilI'El W1-s11:1111, S111- S1-11111i111, S1-1-11111 Row: fwllil X11-1. K:1111y W1-ss1i11:.:, i'111'111111- O'N1111I, 1l1111'i:1 111111-1' Sandy S1-111111, Kz11'1-11 .1111111s1111, U11111111- 1111-yur, 1111111111 121111111-y. First Row: 15111'1'I'111y VVink11-11 Nl1I1l'j' Voss, N!ll11'j' Rixluw, 1211111 111111111-ll 1 T,yr11111 S1111111. .1z11'ki1- K1-1111. Ii:1r'1-11 li1l1'111, 151-111 1':11'is. orwaral 65004 IEW Cifizens f Qjnmorrow fi I A A .iggf , we . , . - -f N' ,. ' AHS Fu+ure Homemakers Ihbotsun, .lan May, Sharon Lloyd, Botti- Juno Steil, Diam Kawa, Kathlc-on Rowland, Carol Juno Anderson, Karon Nelson. Miss Kapovich. Sc-cuml Row: Pat Kopriva, Eileon DiValierio, liiinniu Burink, Gvorgia Pullvy, Sharon Groh, Lorraim- Tonn Third Row: Diana lirown, Linda Voris, Judy Gramit, Caroli- Judv Smith, Carol Follvtt, Harb Swansnn, Barb Dixon, Carolv liariman, 1-'irst Row: Judy Grcenacre, Annu Piulrolnnardn Judy Senna. Mzlric Grandi, Honnii- Robinson, I-Ivvlxn Kay Ruth Hanrrwk, Dottio Svhulzv. A Q PHS Fuiure Homemalcers Third Row: JL-an Tonn, Kar:-n Thorsen, Judy Braham, Violct Kraus, Juyvc Gcots, Sharon Knaack, Clara Smith, Carol Slornlnvrg, Margarrm Dc-thloff, Joan Rohlfing, Diane Schulze. Kathy Svllcrs, Phyllis Busse, Corinne O'Nvill, Marlvnc Becker, Myna Jayne Cordaro, Lynn Wright, Sandra Shaw, Pat Darby. Sm-und Row: Miss Gamlin, Darlene Borgardt, Dorothy Schons, 9 gn K Susan Plymale, Dorothy Srhindollur, Janet Meier, Karen Lense, Dolore-S Federle, Shirloy Nivinm-yer, Georgia Gm-wuy, Dee Ann Grove, Valerie Vorhees. First Row: Joan Renner. Linda Black, Lcnorc Radosti, Rosa Marino, Elaine Thwrvatt. Lana Matz. l fi Ii orwaral 65004 IEW Cifizens f Qjhmorrow fi I A 4sg4,,,f , we Q. . ,. "vii - V Q -. ,335 AHS Fu+ure Homemakers Third Row: Diana lirown, Linda Voris, Judy Gramit, Caroli- Ihbotsun, .lan May, Sharon Lloyd, Botti- Juno Steil, Diam Kawa, Kathlc-on Rowland, Carol Juno Anderson, Karon Nelson. Miss Kapovich. Sc-cuml Row: Pat Kopriva, Eileon DiValerio, linnniu Bartok, Gvorgia Pullvy, Sharon Groh, Lorraim- Tonn. Judv Smith, Carol Follvtt, Harb Swansnn, Barb Dixon, Carolv Hartman, 1-'irst Row: Judy Grcenacre, Annu Piutrolnnardn Judy Senna, Mario Grandi, Honnii- Robinson, I-Ivvlxn Kay Ruth Hanrrwk, Dottio Svhulzv. A Q PHS Fuiure Homemalcers Third Row: Ji-an Tonn, Kar:-n Thorsen, Judy Braham, Violct Kraus, Juyvc Gcots, Sharon Knaack, Clara Smith, Carol Stornlnvrg, Margarvt Dc-thloff, Joan Rohlfing, Diane Schulze. Kathy Sa-llcrs, Phyllis Busse, Corinne O'Nvill, Marlvnc Becker, Myna Jayne Cordaro, Lynn Wright, Sandra Shaw, Pat Darby. Sm-und Row: Miss Gainlin, Darlene Borgardt, Dorothy Schons, gn K Susan Plymale, Dorothy Srhmoollur, Janet Meier, Kari-n Lense, Dolore-S Federle, Shirloy Nivini-yer, Georgia Gm-wuy, Dee Ann Grove, Valerie Vorhees. First Row: Joan Renner. Linda Black, Lcnorc Radosti, Rosa Marino, Elaine Thwrvatt. Lana Maltz. H ,t.. 11, ..........g.. w-... g.a,..1. ...g ' -vm., wa' X 'llllllllllll i- f ,.llllllllllllllll "We are the Future Homemakers of America. We face the future with warm courage and high hopef, With this creed the FHA members devoted the year to pro- moting better family living hy learning the opportunities open to them in the field of home economics. Sponsored hy Miss Kapovich and guided hy officers Sharon Groh. Iudy Smith, and Lorraine Tonn, the club was composed of girls interested in hottie economics. Activities for the year included field trips to foreign restaurants and to china shops, a spring tea and fashion show for the mem- bers' mothers. an evaluation meeting with FHA's of other schools, and a car wash. A relatively new group at Arlington was the Future 'l'eachers of America. A national organization affiliated with the National Education Association, the purpose of the cluh was to give the members vocational information. an idea of the qualities of a good teacher, and the history af Future Teachers Standing: Mrs. Moulton, Miss Callihan. Fourth Row: Gail Knobloeh. Eileen Sunclquist, Karen Wille, Nancy Mees, Dusty Boekhoff, Sandy Haehmeister, Third Row: Marge Swanson, Linda Ryan, Sandra Anderson, Jean Corbett, Scott Adam, Judy VVil1er, Karen Holmblad. S+-eontl Row: Pat VVolfe, Jane Owen, Mary Hutchinson, Janet Pear- son, Jean Dombrose, Linda Raaseh. Marie Martin. First Row: Nancy Knox, Melinda Vl'att, Barbara Fromm, Meg: Gillon, Pam Xviekt-ns, Jean Flaw rt. of education. At monthly meetings movies on education were shown, and teachers and other educators spoke. In the field of practical experience, FTA assistants actually helped out at local grade schools. Members also sponsored a spring tea for the women of the faculty. Supervising the club were Miss Callihan and Mrs. Moulton. Officers were Connie Raasch, Meg Gillon, Nancy Knox, and Pam W'ickens. The Future Farmers of America prepared for their futures in a very concrete way. At their meetings they learned about agriculture and discussed farming problems. In addition, they went on field trips and undertook fund- raising activities. They also entered agricultural contests in various fields-land judging, livestock, grain and poul- try judging, public speaking, and parliamentary procedure. Aiding Mr. Schairer, the sponsor, were officers of the cluh Don Ahmer, Roy Klehm, Tom Sullivan, and 'lim Sherwood. Future Farmers Third Row: George Steil, Bill Swanson, Jim Stade, Ernie Grimm, Gordon VonBergen, I-'red Wetendorf, Melvin VonBergen, Dale Johnson. Mr. Sehairer. Second Row: Tom Sullivan. Jim Kingsley, Jim Sherwood, Don Ahmer. Roy Klehm, Mark Franeiskovieh, Jim Schroe- der. First Row: Carl Heinz, Stanley Bot-hne. Bill Barzano, Harold VVvidner, Bob Bruhn. Tom Branham. ..........a.. w-... g.a,..1. ...g ' -vm., wa' X 'lllltlllllll i- f ,.llllllllllllllll "We are the Future Homemakers of America. We face the future with warm courage and high hopef, With this creed the FHA members devoted the year to pro- moting better family living hy learning the opportunities open to them in the field of home economics. Sponsored hy Miss Kapovich and guided hy officers Sharon Groh. Iudy Smith, and Lorraine Tonn, the club was composed of girls interested in hottie economics. Activities for the year included field trips to foreign restaurants and to china shops, a spring tea and fashion show for the mem- bers' mothers. an evaluation meeting with FHA's of other schools, and a car wash. A relatively new group at Arlington was the Future 'l'eachers of America. A national organization affiliated with the National Education Association, the purpose of the eluh was to give the members vocational information. an idea of the qualities of a good teacher, and the history af Future Teachers Standing: Mrs. Moulton, Miss Callihan. Fourth Row: Gail Knobloeh. Eileen Sunclquist, Karen Wille, Naney Mees, Dusty Boekhoff, Sandy Haehmeister, Third Row: Marge Swanson, Linda Ryan, Sandra Anderson, Jean Corbett, Scott Adam, Judy VVil1er, Karen Holmblad. S+-eontl Row: Pat VVolfe, Jane Owen, Mary Hutchinson, Janet Pear- son, Jean Dombrose, Linda Raaseh. Marie Martin. First Row: Nancy Knox, Melinda Vl'att, Barbara Fromm, Meg: Gillon, Pam Xviekt-ns, Jean Flare rt. of education. At monthly meetings movies on education were shown, and teachers and other educators spoke. In the field of practical experience, FTA assistants actually helped out at local grade schools. Members also sponsored a spring tea for the women of the faculty. Supervising the club were Miss Callihan and Mrs. Moulton. Officers were Connie Raasch, Meg Gillon, Nancy Knox, and Pam W'ickens. The Future Farmers of America prepared for their futures in a very concrete way. At their meetings they learned about agriculture and discussed farming problems. In addition, they went on field trips and undertook fund- raising activities. They also entered agricultural contests in various fields-land judging, livestock, grain and poul- try judging, public speaking, and parliamentary procedure. Aiding Mr. Schairer, the sponsor, were officers of the cluh Don Ahmer, Roy Klehm, Tom Sullivan, and 'lim Sherwood. Fuiure Farmers Third Row: George Steil, Bill Swanson, Jim Stade, Ernie Grimm, Gordon VonBergen, I-'red Wetendorf, Melvin VonBergen, Dale Johnson. Mr. Sehairer. Second Row: Tom Sullivan. Jim Kingsley, Jim Sherwood, Don Ahmer. Roy Klehm, Mark Franeiskovieh, Jim Sehroe- der. First Row: Carl Heinz, Stanley Bot-hne. Bill Barzano, Harold VVvidner, Bob Bruhn. Tom Branham. , ....A K Disiribuiive Ed ucaiion Second Row: Dick Cianciarulor, Jim Stade, Ken Nau, Fred Koep- pen, Carl Seharringhausen, Guenther Reinke, Wayne Schmidt, David BL-igcl. First Row: Ron Becker, Riggie Nygard, Sherman Bucher. Eugene Bauer, Pat Angeloff, Chuck Hurst, Mr. Waara. xloerience rovivles me egf ggluqafion "Whistle while you weed," is a mixed up song title, but it serves as a thc-me song for Richard Klages, D.O. student learning while on job. II2 Interested in special training for careers in the fields of advertising, buying, and selling? Want a skilled occupa- tion or trade as a vocation? Many students interested in these fields of work were members of the D.E. or D.O. programs. D.E.-Distributive Education-was a course of study available to upperclassmen who were interested in adver- tising, display, record keeping, and salesmanship as a ca- reer. Mr. Bruno Waara was the director of the class. Diversified Occupations was a program, supervised by Mr. Avon Reeves, also open to qualified juniors and sen- iors interested in classroom and on-the-job training in one of the skilled occupations. Students enrolled in D.E. and D.O. attended one period of D.E. or D.O. classroom instruction, two periods of regularly credited subjects, and physical education. The remaining two periods and the rest of the day were spent under the supervision of their employees and director. This year the D.E. and D.O, Clubs, formed from class members, participated in a number of field trips. The D.E. Club also sent delegates to the District D.E. Conference at Waukegan and to the State Conference at Springfield. The highlight of the year's activities was the jointly spon- sored D.E.-D.O. Employer-Employee Banquet in April. , ....A K Disiribuiive Ed ucaiion Second Row: Dick Cianciarulor, Jim Stade, Ken Nau, Fred Koep- pen, Carl Seharringhausen, Guenther Reinke, Wayne Schmidt, David BL-igcl. First Row: Ron Becker, Riggie Nygard, Sherman Bucher. Eugene Bauer, Pat Angeloff, Chuck Hurst, Mr. Waara. xloerience rovivles me egf ggluqafion "Whistle while you weed," is a mixed up song title, but it serves as a thc-me song for Richard Klages, D.O. student learning while on job. II2 Interested in special training for careers in the fields of advertising, buying, and selling? Want a skilled occupa- tion or trade as a vocation? Many students interested in these fields of work were members of the D.E. or D.O. programs. D.E.-Distributive Education-was a course of study available to upperclassmen who were interested in adver- tising, display, record keeping, and salesmanship as a ca- reer. Mr. Bruno Waara was the director of the class. Diversified Occupations was a program, supervised by Mr. Avon Reeves, also open to qualified juniors and sen- iors interested in classroom and on-the-job training in one of the skilled occupations. Students enrolled in D.E. and D.O. attended one period of D.E. or D.O. classroom instruction, two periods of regularly credited subjects, and physical education. The remaining two periods and the rest of the day were spent under the supervision of their employees and director. This year the D.E. and D.O, Clubs, formed from class members, participated in a number of field trips. The D.E. Club also sent delegates to the District D.E. Conference at Waukegan and to the State Conference at Springfield. The highlight of the year's activities was the jointly spon- sored D.E.-D.O. Employer-Employee Banquet in April. ai'?? 'Ch Diversified Occupa+ions Ss-cond Row: Mr. Rr-vvvs, Doug Curtis, Bill Swanson, Larry Cum- oron, Bob Trinka, Rod Mc-Kay. First Row: Marge Sanford, Ron Grin-n, Rivhnrcl llivrking, Dick NVint1-rs, Ili-rh Knopps-l, Bill Gloss. Diversified Occupalions Second Row: Tom Johnson, Ronald R. Schaefer, Floyd Nolls-, Ray Krunz, Richard Klziges, Roger Gocbbert, Herb Grams, Mr, Rovvvs. First Row: Bill Greshvr, Bob Maicrhofcr, Dam Riley, Rohm-rt Rilzmu, Al Richter, Jim Black. mf me F i P II3 ai'?? 'Ch Diversified Occupa+ions Ss-cond Row: Mr. Rr-vvvs, Doug Curtis, Bill Swanson, Larry Cum- oron, Bob Trinka, Rod Mc-Kay. First Row: Marge Sanford, Ron Grin-n, Rivhnrcl llivrking, Dick NVint1-rs, Ili-rh Knopps-l, Bill Gloss. Diversified Occupalions Second Row: Tom Johnson, Ronald R. Schaefer, Floyd Nolls-, Ray Krunz, Richard Klziges, Roger Gocbbert, Herb Grams, Mr, Rovvvs. First Row: Bill Greshvr, Bob Maicrhofcr, Dam Riley, Rohm-rt Rilzmu, Al Richter, Jim Black. mf me F i P II3 Pan Language Board Second Row: Randy Bolsinger, Miss Firth. First Row: Yvonne Craig, Carl Popp, Dennis Grant, Mary Hutchinson, Babs Rasmussen. Doreen Gromek, Jam- Owen, Sitting' in Front: Bill Sannwald. QTL ery ,re French Club Fourth Row: Mary O O O lVlM8' J Lew anyway? IIC? GCZSMVG Boekhoff, Judy Stroble, Sue Van Oosten, Sue Second Row: Naney Anderson, Diana Bloso, Carol Cook. Mar5 Daily, Jeanne Gutru, Barb Lutz, Karen McLean, Kathy MacCarthy, Hutchinson, Jan Galitz, Kathy Kovacs, Suv Stevens, Dinah Haynes, Lynn 'l'l'Slll', Carl Popp, Bernie Lalor. Third Row: Barb Dean, Gay Hendrickson, Sylvia Cords-s, Deanna Warejcka. First Row: Karen Vork, Leigh Sandvig, Glc-nys Rudd, Sharon Garliseh, Lorna Barb VVi1son, Mary Kratt, Jan May, Charlene Halama, Carol Stoike, Lido, Carol Manta, Ginny Sowinski, Steph Sheets, Carolyn Fleteher, Carol Bott, Sally Jansen, Karen Prahl, Joan Petkus, Marcy Beigel Connie Raasc-h, Karen Baker, Jane Harris, Pat Mills, Mr. Nielsen. Claudia Cir-eewa, Pris Burgess, Carol Ternoviis. II4 i r rw Pan Language Board Second Row: Randy Bolsinger, Miss Firth. First Row: Yvonne Craig, Carl Popp, Dennis Grant, Mary Hutchinson, Babs Rasmussen. Doreen Gromek, Jam- Owen, Sitting' in Front: Bill Sannwald. QTL ery ,re French Club Fourth Row: Mary O O O lVlM8' J Lew anyway? IIC? GCZSMVG Boekhoff, Judy Stroble, Sue Van Oosten, Sue Second Row: Naney Anderson, Diana Bloso, Carol Cook. Mar5 Daily, Jeanne Gutru, Barb Lutz, Karen McLean, Kathy MacCarthy, Hutchinson, Jan Galitz, Kathy Kovacs, Suv Stevens, Dinah Haynes, Lynn 'l'l'Slll', Carl Popp, Bernie Lalor. Third Row: Barb Dean, Gay Hendrickson, Sylvia Cords-s, Deanna Warejcka. First Row: Karen Vork, Leigh Sandvig, Glc-nys Rudd, Sharon Garliseh, Lorna Barb VVi1son, Mary Kratt, Jan May, Charlene Halama, Carol Stoike, Lido, Carol Manta, Ginny Sowinski, Steph Sheets, Carolyn Fleteher, Carol Bott, Sally Jansen, Karen Prahl, Joan Petkus, Marcy Beigel Connie Raasc-h, Karen Baker, Jane Harris, Pat Mills, Mr. Nielsen. Claudia Cir-eewa, Pris Burgess, Carol Ternoviis. II4 i r rw tlirf-c'tiun ol' thvir Pan I.anguagt' Council nic-inhc-rs, 'l'hc- Lltlllllfll, rrxiiipusvcl nl. two x'1-prvs1'Iitatiyvs l4l'OIll varh Club. lllt'l rnifu il lnunth to t'tXll'LllIl2llt' tht- ac'tiyitit's ol tht- font' grmips. Bill Sannwalcl. Chairinang jane- Owl-n, ss'Ci't-tary: and Nfrs. Firth, sponsor. guialt-cl tha- group. qos. thc- Spanish rhih siiffgvsi? lhsr llanqnt-t w'1s the pur- pnss- ul' thvir last lim-w num-tiiigs. Othvr intl-rt-sting prograins such as thi- showing ul' sliclvs and pic'turt-s ol' Spanish spvaking runntrit-s liillt-cl tht- rt-st of thc yvar. Bill Sann- walrl, prvsicle-ni, ol'i'im'iatt'cl at Illt't'llllQ,S with tht- hvlp ol' tht' otha-r tllil-lt't'l'S2 lid Gm-i'rarcl, yin' prt-siclvllti Gail Smith, sN'l't't1lI'y1 ancl Kathiv llaynsworth, trt-asnrvr. Sona' stu- clvnts gut a, littll- tastm' ol' Mvxivo wht-n Bliss Katsonlis. spmisnr, wok groups to a Mvxiraii rt-staurant in Cliicago. pri-paratimi as plans lim' tht' llaiicltii-t luoli shapv. Sonic ol' tht- ollivr lllt't'Illlg'S wi-rv spt-nt, in pre-paring' a Christmas Pntlnvk Snppvr and workiiig' on skits ol' typical Fri-nch sturii-s. Carl Popp, pre-siclm-ntg Kart-n Vork. yin- prc-sidvnt: Spanish Club Fifth Row: Sandy Pmw-Il, linlurt-s Nt-arliund, Bunnio Brackc-n. XYood, Gail Knulilnuli. Robin Fnntainf-. Pat Wolfe-. Nanvy thu-n. .Ivan liwt-rt. .lt-an Sullivan, Andrian Olson, Pat Kvllny, Pat Shi-rvvy. Toni Mint-tti, Runna Pant-k, Barbara liril-ksun, Soc-mul Row: th-orgizi Sarah Jani- l'rt-4-ilin, .ludy Viviritn, Marilyn Rush, Judy Lips. Al Pulley, Sandy Pt-tvrsun. Nancy llakl-r, .iam-l Lunsinann, .Indy l-'t-ima Fourth Row: Ralph Wustht-rg, Cnnnit- Raasch, Carroll VV0st- Erikson, Ll-sliv Silver, Karla Hoshnr, Barbara llanigan, I"ltll't'lll'l' fall. Marilyn Nolsnn, .Judy Srhninycr, Pt-ig 'I'vrry, Diam- Ainsliv, Palmt-r. Babs Rasinussvn. First Row: Suxann Russl-ll. .Iudy .Inlin- Sandy Mac-Dnnald, lit-i-ky llunil-r, Lvslit- Harrington. Diana Brown. son, Cyndy Lung, l-Bill Sannwald, Gail Sniithl Kathy llaynswnrth, Nanvy Wivlnnren. Third Row: Linda Haas:-li, Slit? Sliogrt-ii, Hfttli Carol Juni- Anflvrson, Sandy llodstruni, Nant-y Rydlwriz. Dt-Inrt-s Lal. "Dining Uulf' this yt'Lll',S lllt'II1t' of thc Pan Lllllgllllgl' lianqnr-t. was rarril-cl out hy nach lanqiiagt- club uncle-1' thi' 'l'urtillas? Roast hvvli? Wiliat invnn shonlcl Los Hidal- 5. 4 llatvr l"rt'l1c'l1 clnli int-vtings also took on an air ol bfllll' .lmlsliuf Slkclllilullyi -lmlu Plilkus' lnlllslllifllii and .NIL "Tho Night. lic-fort: t'hristn1as" in Spanish as visions nf pinatas darwi- N. U. Nlf'l5t'Il. S110r1S0r', 2lll4lf'Cl UH- flllll IU Its liC'llY'lllti5- thru ht-:las .if .may Lips limi im wfiirl- similiim shut- at si. sit-il, II5 tlirf-c'tiun ol' thvir Pan I.anguagt' Council nic-inhc-rs, 'l'hc- Lltlllllfll, rrxiiipusvcl nl. two x'1-prvs1'Iitatiyvs l4l'OIll varh Club. lllt'l rnifu il lnunth to t'tXll'LllIl2llt' tht- ac'tiyitit's ol tht- font' grmips. Bill Sannwalcl. Chairinang jane- Owl-n, ss'Ci't-tary: and Nfrs. Firth, sponsor. guialt-cl tha- group. qos. thc- Spanish rhih siiffgvsi? lhsr llanqnt-t w'1s the pur- pnss- ul' thvir last lim-w num-tiiigs. Othvr intl-rt-sting prograins such as thi- showing ul' sliclvs and pic'turt-s ol' Spanish spvaking runntrit-s liillt-cl tht- rt-st of thc yvar. Bill Sann- walrl, prvsicle-ni, ol'i'im'iatt'cl at Illt't'llllQ,S with tht- hvlp ol' tht' otha-r tllil-lt't'l'S2 lid Gm-i'rarcl, yin' prt-siclvllti Gail Smith, sN'l't't1lI'y1 ancl Kathiv llaynsworth, trt-asnrvr. Sona' stu- clvnts gut a, littll- tastm' ol' Mvxivo wht-n Bliss Katsonlis. spmisnr, wok groups to a Mvxiraii rt-staurant in Cliicago. pri-paratimi as plans lim' tht' llaiicltii-t luoli shapv. Sonic ol' tht- ollivr lllt't'Illlg'S wi-rv spt-nt, in pre-paring' a Christmas Pntlnvk Snppvr and workiiig' on skits ol' typical Fri-nch sturii-s. Carl Popp, pre-siclm-ntg Kart-n Vork. yin- prc-sidvnt: Spanish Club Fifth Row: Sandy Pmw-Il, linlurt-s Nt-arliund, Bunnio Brackc-n. XYood, Gail Knulilnuli. Robin Fnntainf-. Pat Wolfe-. Nanvy thu-n. .Ivan liwt-rt. .lt-an Sullivan, Andrian Olson, Pat Kvllny, Pat Shi-rvvy. Toni Mint-tti, Runna Pant-k, Barbara liril-ksun, Soc-mul Row: th-orgizi Sarah Jani- l'rt-4-ilin, .ludy Viviritn, Marilyn Rnsv, Judy Lips. Al Pulley, Sandy Pt-tvrsun, Nancy llakvr, .iam-l Lunsinann, .Indy l-'t-ima Fourth Row: Ralph Wustht-rg, Cnnnit- Raasch, Carroll VV0st- Erikson, Ll-sliv Silver, Karla Hoshnr, Barbara llanigan, I"ltll't'lll'l' fall. Marilyn Nolsnn, .Judy Srhninycr, Pt-ig 'I'vrry, Diam- Ainsliv, Palmt-r. Babs Rasinussvn. First Row: Suxann Russl-ll. .Iudy .Inlin- Sandy Mac-Dnnald, lit-i-ky llunil-r, Lvslit- Harrington. Diana Brown. son, Cyndy Lung, l-Bill Sannwald, Gail Sniithl Kathy llaynswnrth, Nanvy Wivlnnren. Third Row: Linda Haas:-li, Slit? Sliogrt-ii, Hfttli Carol Juni- Anflvrson, Sandy llodstruni, Nant-y Rydlwriz. Dt-Inrt-s Lal. "Dining Uulf' this yt'Lll',S lllt'II1t' of thc Pan Lllllgllllgl' lianqnr-t. was rarril-cl out hy nach lanqiiagt- club uncle-1' thi' 'l'urtillas? Roast hvvli? Wiliat invnn shonlcl Los Hidal- 5. 4 llatvr l"rt'l1c'l1 clnli int-vtings also took on an air ol bfllll' .lmlsliuf Slkclllilullyi -lmlu Plilkus' lnlllslllifllii and .NIL "Tho Night. lic-fort: t'hristn1as" in Spanish as visions nf pinatas darwi- N. U. Nlf'l5t'Il. S110r1S0r', 2lll4lf'Cl UH- flllll IU Its liC'llY'lllti5- thru ht-:las .if .may Lips limi im wfiirl- similiim shut- at si. sit-il, II5 fwAile gn ome, o 5 fjle omans AHS Latin Club Fourth Row: Dee Hager. Dick Plambeck, Bill Roosen, Lonny Moellentine, Jerry Hodlmair. Dave Selman, Judy Kessler, Bette Wessies, Steve Colvin. Sandra Moehling, Randy Bolsinger. Third Row: Jane Owen. Virginia Bussert, Barbara Stehman, Patt McGill. Jean Domrose, Betsy King, Doreen Gromek, Dianne Gromek. Vic-ky Lester. Barbara VVolden. Peggy Hirons. Wanda Wheaton. ., :V 55 "' Q " V .Q-5 y , ,l v ' r II6 Linda Hanson, Joan Trude, Mr. Siewert. Second Row: Jean Sulli- van, Karen Wille, Elaine Beier, Betty Schweigerdt, Janet Cloud, Judy Lysien, Joan Wolf, Bev Wetendorf, Carol Mobus, Jean Stewart. First Row: Sue Clancy, Shari Leaf, Rainy Brennan, Phyllis Bonin. Jane Schaefer, Laurie Haizmann, Melanie Bill, Lorie Holm. Fran Bruscato, Sue Whitely. "Vale, vale Romaf' was not quite true at either Arling- ton or Prospect High School this year. Thanks to the Latin Club, Latin students did not need to say good-bye to the ancient Roman culture. Included in the activities of the club was a Christmas Banquet given at Prospect High School for Latin Club members of both schools. PHS members supplied the en- tertainment. The Latin Club also joined the other lan- guage clubs in planning for the annual Pan Language Banquet. At the meetings after the formal business was over, such games as Roman Tic Tac Tow and Roman foot- ball were played. Mr. Sicwart, sponsor, and the two consuls, Jane Owen and Randy Bolsinger, conducted the Arlington High School Latin Club in ancient Roman fashions. Jill Giuliani, the scribag and Betsy King, the quaesterg with the other mem- bers of the Board, aided them in this project. With the assistance of Miss Voltz, the Prospect High School Latin Club was directed by governor Richard Davis, Linda Burke acted as scriba, and the quacster was Mary Kay Tamulis. PHS Latin Club Third Row: Carol Hausknect, Sue Clarke, Sonia Ervo, Carolyn Benson, Charlotte Wiggins, Dierra Kreider, Joselyn Coblenz. Beryl Keck, Miss Volz, Barbara Johnson, Ladonna Harmon. Second Row: Mary Kay Tamulis. Richard Davis, Linda Burke. First Row: Sharon Graves, Bill Ninde, Jim Oldham, Rickie Von Kutzleben. Barbara Harteli fwAile gn ome, o 5 fjle omans AHS Latin Club Fourth Row: Dee Hager. Dick Plambeck, Bill Roosen, Lonny Moellentine, Jerry Hodlmair. Dave Selman, Judy Kessler, Bette Wessies, Steve Colvin. Sandra Moehling, Randy Bolsinger. Third Row: Jane Owen. Virginia Bussert, Barbara Stehman, Patt McGill. Jean Domrose, Betsy King, Doreen Gromek, Dianne Gromek. Vic-ky Lester. Barbara VVolden. Peggy Hirons. Wanda Wheaton. ., :V 55 "' Q " V .Q-5 y , ,l v ' r II6 Linda Hanson, Joan Trude, Mr. Siewert. Second Row: Jean Sulli- van, Karen Wille, Elaine Beier, Betty Schweigerdt, Janet Cloud, Judy Lysien, Joan Wolf, Bev Wetendorf, Carol Mobus, Jean Stewart. First Row: Sue Clancy, Shari Leaf, Rainy Brennan, Phyllis Bonin. Jane Schaefer, Laurie Haizmann, Melanie Bill, Lorie Holm. Fran Bruscato, Sue Whitely. "Vale, vale Romaf' was not quite true at either Arling- ton or Prospect High School this year. Thanks to the Latin Club, Latin students did not need to say good-bye to the ancient Roman culture. Included in the activities of the club was a Christmas Banquet given at Prospect High School for Latin Club members of both schools. PHS members supplied the en- tertainment. The Latin Club also joined the other lan- guage clubs in planning for the annual Pan Language Banquet. At the meetings after the formal business was over, such games as Roman Tic Tac Tow and Roman foot- ball were played. Mr. Sicwart, sponsor, and the two consuls, Jane Owen and Randy Bolsinger, conducted the Arlington High School Latin Club in ancient Roman fashions. Jill Giuliani, the scribag and Betsy King, the quaesterg with the other mem- bers of the Board, aided them in this project. With the assistance of Miss Voltz, the Prospect High School Latin Club was directed by governor Richard Davis, Linda Burke acted as scriba, and the quacster was Mary Kay Tamulis. PHS Latin Club Third Row: Carol Hausknect, Sue Clarke, Sonia Ervo, Carolyn Benson, Charlotte Wiggins, Dierra Kreider, Joselyn Coblenz. Beryl Keck, Miss Volz, Barbara Johnson, Ladonna Harmon. Second Row: Mary Kay Tamulis. Richard Davis, Linda Burke. First Row: Sharon Graves, Bill Ninde, Jim Oldham, Rickie Von Kutzleben. Barbara Harteli .ae gf' 'se pn "Sprechen sie Deutch. "Yes, we speak Cermanf' an- swered the eighteen members of the AHS Cerman Club. Under the sponsorship of Miss Hudson the members had a chance to increase their knowledge of Germany and its language when they met once a month. Assisting Miss Hudson were president Yvonne Craig, viee president lion- nie Quigley, secretary Helga Pytlik, treasurer joan Peder- sen, and pan language representative Dennis Grant, A typical meeting consisted of business and then entertain- ment such as the showing of slides of Germany. Highlights of the year were a trip to Chicago to see a German Christ- mas program and participation in the Pan Language Banquet. Upon questioning a member of the Modern Language Club what language he spoke, you would get a reply of either Francais, Deuteh, or Espanol. One day a month the twenty-five students of Prospect High met with Mr. Rous- sey and Mr. Curry to learn more about France, Germany and Spain. The meetings were presided over by president Cora Boehm, vice president Trish Crockett, and secretary Mercy Condy. Entertainment included slides from foreign countries and viewing souvenirs brought in by the students. German Club Third Row: Dennis Grant, Charles Logie, .Ioan Pedersen, St-cond Row: Bonnie Quigley, Shirley Schmidt, Mike Hampton, Helga Pytlik. First Row: Pat. Loeehl, Yvonne Craig, Clark Thorp. aris, aalriac ,Eerbn rua anguacqe Cluds Modern Language Club si 1-und limi Mr Roussey, Karen Lund, Sally Olsen, Jane Edg- man, Mr. Curry. First Row: Bev Raiehert, Kathy Lawler, Ann tumht tliudit t rushuh Cora Boehm, Penny Brown, Sally Wieh- Warren, Jil Dedering, Doris Lawson, Eugene Martin, Carolyn Tracy. II7 .ae gf' 'se pn "Sprechen sie Deutch. "Yes, we speak Cermanf' an- swered the eighteen members of the AHS Cerman Club. Under the sponsorship of Miss Hudson the members had a chance to increase their knowledge of Germany and its language when they met once a month. Assisting Miss Hudson were president Yvonne Craig, viee president lion- nie Quigley, secretary Helga Pytlik, treasurer joan Peder- sen, and pan language representative Dennis Grant, A typical meeting consisted of business and then entertain- ment such as the showing of slides of Germany. Highlights of the year were a trip to Chicago to see a German Christ- mas program and participation in the Pan Language Banquet. Upon questioning a member of the Modern Language Club what language he spoke, you would get a reply of either Francais, Deuteh, or Espanol. One day a month the twenty-five students of Prospect High met with Mr. Rous- sey and Mr. Curry to learn more about France, Germany and Spain. The meetings were presided over by president Cora Boehm, vice president Trish Crockett, and secretary Mercy Condy. Entertainment included slides from foreign countries and viewing souvenirs brought in by the students. German Club Third Row: Dennis Grant, Charles Logie, .Ioan Pedersen, St-cond Row: Bonnie Quigley, Shirley Schmidt, Mike Hampton, Helga Pytlik. First Row: Pat. Loeehl, Yvonne Craig, Clark Thorp. aris, aalriac ,Eerbn rua anguacqe Cluds Modern Language Club si 1-und limi Mr Roussey, Karen Lund, Sally Olsen, Jane Edg- man, Mr. Curry. First Row: Bev Raiehert, Kathy Lawler, Ann tumht tliudit t rushuh Cora Boehm, Penny Brown, Sally Wieh- Warren, Jil Dedering, Doris Lawson, Eugene Martin, Carolyn Tracy. II7 F Freshmen Girls Chorus Eighth Row: Joy Gruthusen, Shirley Bitter, Jackie Kehe, Susan Ernst, Carole Breust, Elaine Thwreattt, Susan Schmidt, Beth Mi- chat-ls, Kathy Parr-ell, Carol Brenyas, Laurie Dieter, Mary Knopp, Pat Hartman, Barbara Westfahl, Jerilynn Miller, Carol LaBandt, Seventh Row: Sandra Dobbs, Judy Emmert, Jane Edgcumbe, Judy Roeske, Sue Vannier, Charlene Toussaint, Phyllis Busse, Beryl Esmond, Arlene Schulmeistcr, Patricia Welsh, Carolyn Benson. Cheryl Smith, Dorothy Kieck, Lenore Radosti, Kathy Graham. Sixth Row: Jean Tonn. Kathy Dobbins, Joyce Hamann, Kay High- tower, Dolores Dornan, Terry Barbour, Judy Norman, Penny Brown, Roger Patton, Donna Quigley, Karen Thorsen, Myna Jayne Cordaro. Lynne Belden, Pam Johnston, Linda Gray, Corinne 0'Neill, Miss Leick. Fifth Row: Lynne Smith, Barbara Swanson, Sandy Dodds. Linda Black, Helen W'arren, Carol Kindler, Linda Larson, Dorothy Schons, Sandra Hertlein, Patricia Darby, LaDonna Harmon, Barbara Nelson, Marilyn Benson, Sue Plymale, Janet Trever, Carolyn Bogart, Fourth Row: Barbara Hartel, Judy Van Wakeman, Judy Hartwig, Joanne Morlock, Doreen Berg, Leah Goedke, Karen Adtkisson, Pam Nagle, Patricia Vanderhoeven, Audrey Mukahirn, Mary Ann Miller, Linda McClellan, Sharon Scanlon, Sharon Moylan, Ann Peterson, Judy Dow, Barbara Ryan, Janis Gow, Sally Wichman. Third Row: Sharon Graves, Carol Houseknecht, Mary Anne Klabe. Suzanne Dean, Susan Withey, Joann Hood, Lynda Eaton, Barbara Blackwell, Mercy Condy, Kathie Hogan, Beryl Bobinette, Betty Buck. Sue Clarke, Barbara Evans, Judith Schiller, Beth Roedell. Second Row: Doris Lawson, Georgene Poole, Dawne Anderson, Marsha Saunders, Mary Alice Olson, Pat Hawkins, Susan Edmonds, Penny Candiotes, Denise Barkulis, Carol Hinchliff, Virginia Steel, Marikay Burns, Carol LeVine, Casey Jones, Gayle Anderson, First Row: Pam Warfield, Barbara Johnson, Carolyn Cordle, lI8 PHS Mixed Ensemble Left to Right: Jerry Hawkins, Doug Holz, John Lewis, Donn Smith, Toni Mott, Pat Hawkins, Mary Knopp, Sally Wichman, Sue Clarke, Dorothy Kieck. F Freshmen Girls Chorus Eighth Row: Joy Gruthusen, Shirley Bitter, Jackie Kehe, Susan Ernst, Carole Breust, Elaine Thwreattt, Susan Schmidt, Beth Mi- chat-ls, Kathy Parr-ell, Carol Brenyas, Laurie Dieter, Mary Knopp, Pat Hartman, Barbara Westfahl, Jerilynn Miller, Carol LaBandt, Seventh Row: Sandra Dobbs, Judy Emmert, Jane Edgcumbe, Judy Roeske, Sue Vannier, Charlene Toussaint, Phyllis Busse, Beryl Esmond, Arlene Schulmeistcr, Patricia Welsh, Carolyn Benson. Cheryl Smith, Dorothy Kieck, Lenore Radosti, Kathy Graham. Sixth Row: Jean Tonn. Kathy Dobbins, Joyce Hamann, Kay High- tower, Dolores Dornan, Terry Barbour, Judy Norman, Penny Brown, Roger Patton, Donna Quigley, Karen Thorsen, Myna Jayne Cordaro. Lynne Belden, Pam Johnston, Linda Gray, Corinne 0'Neill, Miss Leick. Fifth Row: Lynne Smith, Barbara Swanson, Sandy Dodds. Linda Black, Helen W'arren, Carol Kindler, Linda Larson, Dorothy Schons, Sandra Hertlein, Patricia Darby, LaDonna Harmon, Barbara Nelson, Marilyn Benson, Sue Plymale, Janet Trever, Carolyn Bogart, Fourth Row: Barbara Hartel, Judy Van Wakeman, Judy Hartwig, Joanne Morlock, Doreen Berg, Leah Goedke, Karen Adtkisson, Pam Nagle, Patricia Vanderhoeven, Audrey Mukahirn, Mary Ann Miller, Linda McClellan, Sharon Scanlon, Sharon Moylan, Ann Peterson, Judy Dow, Barbara Ryan, Janis Gow, Sally Wichman. Third Row: Sharon Graves, Carol Houseknecht, Mary Anne Klabe. Suzanne Dean, Susan Withey, Joann Hood, Lynda Eaton, Barbara Blackwell, Mercy Condy, Kathie Hogan, Beryl Bobinette, Betty Buck. Sue Clarke, Barbara Evans, Judith Schiller, Beth Roedell. Second Row: Doris Lawson, Georgene Poole, Dawne Anderson, Marsha Saunders, Mary Alice Olson, Pat Hawkins, Susan Edmonds, Penny Candiotes, Denise Barkulis, Carol Hinchliff, Virginia Steel, Marikay Burns, Carol LeVine, Casey Jones, Gayle Anderson, First Row: Pam Warfield, Barbara Johnson, Carolyn Cordle, lI8 PHS Mixed Ensemble Left to Right: Jerry Hawkins, Doug Holz, John Lewis, Donn Smith, Toni Mott, Pat Hawkins, Mary Knopp, Sally Wichman, Sue Clarke, Dorothy Kieck. C.7Zere gs usic n fjze ir Freshman Boys' Chorus Third Row: Miss I.im'k, John Borg'n1unn, J1-rry Milli-lstvadt, Rivh Iidli-hluli-, .Iuhn N1-wiizird, Ja-ff Pvivrs, Slove B1-islor, Hill Nindv. Sui- P1-tvrs. S1-4-111111 Row: imvv Mmrs, Tom P1-l,ro1-inn, T1-rry Millvr. Music lIlll.li4'I'S 111 Prosp1'c'l inciliiclm-cl FI'l'SlllIl21I1 Girls lllimwis, Fl'K'SlllIl2lIl Boys Uliorus. and thc Frcshinan Ensvin- bln. PI'ill'llClI1Q", lJl'I'liK'CliI1g', and pc1'l'111'111i11g oc'c11pic'cl tlivir svlivcliilvs. zuicl llllll ul tlivir lllI'l'f'lOI'. Nliss .lunv L1-ick. lli'K'illlSi' il was so large-, thc F11-sl1111z111 Girls Chorus. :iu111pr1svcl of una' liiinclrvcl sixty-liivu girls, was divided into 1l11'1-1- svrlimis. liz1rl1 svrlicm 1111-I unc lmur 21 clay to rc- lll'2ii'Si', :incl 1-lvrl 0lvl1ll'l'l'S. Pl't'Slill'IllS iIll'lllQll'Ll Pal Hawkins, livtly liurk, 111111 Pillll 'Iul111sIc111. 'l'l11: 2ll'CUIllIJi1IllSlS wvrcf P11111 xV1lI'lAii'lll, lizirlmurzi -l0lIIlSOIl, uncl Carol Corcllv. 'l'l11- F11-sl1111:111 lioys clll0l'l1S, lwcnly-six strong illlll Llc:- rmiipziriim-cl by S1111 P1-tr-rs, wars lm-cl by its pre-sidc-nt, .lc-rry llziwkins. Spcrizil lrilmutc- must bc' pziicl to this boys for lung' liuiirs ol llillil work on llic Dixivlzmcl Mi11st1'c'l Show. 'l'wc-lui girls wvrv Cll0St'I1 to p11rtic'ipz1to in tlic' Fresh- 'llilll Iiiisi-111l1lv. M1-111l11-1'sl1i1J Clliillglil l-l'0Il1 tiinv to Linu- io iiiurc- girls could t'XIJl'l'll'I1Cl' l'I1Sl'IIllJl0 work. Two pro- grzuiis. llrllll :xt 11-citzils, we-rv pri-scntccl by tl1is groiip. Piwmslx-c'Us inusictzxl procllictlions tl1is yi-ar inrliiclccl thc' Q1l11'ist111z1s cl0IlCi'l'l, thc Wintvr Cl3I1L'l'l'l. the Spring Con- 'vrt. six Sunclziy 1'c'Cilz1ls, :md Llic IJlXll'l21I1Cl Minstrel Show. Sulm-s tvrliriiqiws wvrv lvstm-cl by tc-c-11-ago l111c'ksu'1's luring llllf Milsic lJCIJ2ll'lIIlK'flt Szxlvs of Texas Manor' lruit takes Zlllll W'orlcl's Finvst Cllocolzltc candy and topping. .Tm-rry Hawkins, Bill Anderson, Ricky Bully, Jun Mim-r. First Row: Jim Ryg, Doug: Hull, Donn Smith, 'T'1i111 Mott., John Lewis, Hill Jonas, Jim Bruin:-, Bud rl'i'I1lIlliI1, Bill C'ovz1lS1-n. NVo1'1d's Fini-sl Cimvolnli- IS lhl- il:-111 l4I'L'f-lllliilll 'I'm11 Moll si-Ils. pair' ticipziting in il inunc-yn1z1king drive hy "VVorld's Flin-sl" 11111si1- giwnip. i 3 E 1 2 5 1 ll 1 11 .i ji 11 ii I1 i 1 J 3? ' 1 I ,i A .wa 1 M, rii, X . 1 l 1' Z C.7Zere gs usic n fjze ir Freshman Boys' Chorus Third Row: Miss I.im'k, John Borg'n1unn, J1-rry Milli-lstvadt, Rivh Iidli-hluli-, .Iuhn N1-wiizird, Ja-ff Pvivrs, Slove B1-islor, Hill Nindv. Sui- P1-tvrs. S1-4-111111 Row: imvv Mmrs, Tom P1-l,ro1-inn, T1-rry Millvr. Music lIlll.li4'I'S 111 Prosp1'c'l inciliiclm-cl FI'l'SlllIl21I1 Girls lllimwis, Fl'K'SlllIl2lIl Boys Uliorus. and thc Frcshinan Ensvin- bln. PI'ill'llClI1Q", lJl'I'liK'CliI1g', and pc1'l'111'111i11g Uf'ClIPlK'll tlivir svlivcliilvs. zuicl llllll ul tlivir lllI'l'f'lOI'. Nliss .lunv L1-ick. lli'K'illlSi' il was so large-, thc F11-sl1111z111 Girls Chorus. :iu111pr1svcl of una' liiinclrvcl sixty-liivu girls, was divided into 1l11'1-1- svrlimis. liz1rl1 svrlicm 1111-I unc lmur 21 clay to rc- lll'2ii'Si', :incl 1-lvrl 0lvl1ll'l'l'S. Pl't'Slill'IllS iIll'lllQll'Ll Pal Hawkins, livtly liurk, 111111 Pillll 'Iul111sIc111. 'l'l11: 2ll'CUIllIJi1IllSlS wvrcf P11111 xV1lI'lAii'lll, lizirlmurzi -l0lIIlSOIl, uncl Carol Corcllv. 'l'l11- F11-sl1111:111 lioys clll0l'l1S, lwcnly-six strong illlll Llc:- rmiipziriim-cl by S1111 P1-tr-rs, wars lm-cl by its pre-sidc-nt, .lc-rry llziwkins. Spcrizil lrilmutc- must bc' pziicl to this boys for lung' liuiirs ol llillil work on llic Dixivlzmcl Mi11st1'c'l Show. 'l'wc-lui girls wvrv Cll0St'I1 to p11rtic'ipz1to in tlic' Fresh- 'llilll Iiiisi-111l1lv. M1-111l11-1'sl1i1J Clliillglil l-l'0Il1 tiinv to Linu- io iiiurc- girls could t'XIJl'l'll'I1Cl' l'I1Sl'IIllJl0 work. Two pro- grzuiis. llrllll :xt 11-citzils, we-rv pri-scntccl by tl1is groiip. Piwmslx-c'Us inusictzxl procllictlions tl1is yi-ar inrliiclccl thc' Q1l11'ist111z1s cl0IlCi'l'l, thc Wintvr Cl3I1L'l'l'l. the Spring Con- 'vrt. six Sunclziy 1'c'Cilz1ls, :md Llic IJlXll'l21I1Cl Minstrel Show. Sulm-s tvrliriiqiws wvrv lvstm-cl by tc-c-11-ago l111c'ksu'1's luring llllf Milsic lJCIJ2ll'lIIlK'flt Szxlvs of Texas Manor' lruit takes Zlllll W'orlcl's Finvst Cllocolzltc candy and topping. .Tm-rry Hawkins, Bill Anderson, Ricky Bully, Jun Mim-r. First Row: Jim Ryg, Doug: Hull, Donn Smith, 'T'1i111 Mott., John Lewis, Hill Jonas, Jim Bruin:-, Bud rl'i'I1lIlliI1, Bill C'ovz1lS1-n. NVo1'1d's Fini-sl Cimvolnli- IS lhl- il:-111 l4I'L'f-lllliilll 'I'm11 Moll si-Ils. pair' ticipziting in il inunc-yn1z1king drive hy "VVorld's Flin-sl" 11111si1- giwnip. i 3 E 1 2 5 1 ll 1 11 .i ji 11 ii I1 i 1 J 3? ' 1 I ,i A .wa 1 M, rii, X . 1 l 1' Z ,ai , :Q , V, M. e x., EV 5 E 5 . i qw l . 4? iwwf Ng W? gg Q ga iw .59 his lm EEL Q, was ' , A 7 ' 2 ' If? . ,X . Q . - , , - . .iff dw W' 'wg Q - fi' 4' W V Q9 K S. 5 A gf 39 E -Ls -we is 3 3 53 42 fg ,ai , :Q , V, M. e x., EV 5 E 5 . i qw l . 4? iwwf Ng W? gg Q ga iw .59 his lm EEL Q, was ' , A 7 ' 2 ' If? . ,X . Q . - , , - . .iff dw W' 'wg Q - fi' 4' W V Q9 K S. 5 A gf 39 E -Ls -we is 3 3 53 42 fg Mixed Chorus Fourth Row: Judie Pauls, Florence Dietrick, Judy E. Johnston. Joyce Swanson, Ann Ritchie, Dennis Gaul, Lee Bradley, Wayne Serhln, Zeno P. Ladas, Jack Hendrickson, Diana Blose, Pat Wolfe, Diane Cary, Dale Goble, Leslie Silver. Third Row: Robin Fontaine, Ann Carlisle, Nancy Mees, Diane Creamer, Alfred Jutzi. Bob Wolf. David Adam, Clint Bowman, Al Wolvin, Caren Coken, Grayee Bea-kway, Carol Condon, Toni Minetti, Jan Galitz. Second Row: Elaine Schlau, Ruthi Webster, Sherrie Long, Janiee Palmer, lioh Roosen, Glenn Bernard, Bruce Stine, Victor Rose, Linda Fonfara. Peg Terry, Jean Ewert, Marie H. Martin, Karla Hoshor, Mary Lou Ghera. First Row: Miss Beu, Diane Waterman, Doreen Matara, Kathie Berg, Eleanor Averill, Will Hartel, Ron Richardson, Raleigh Kick, Bob Sawyer, Arlyne Grandt, Sandy Orgler, Trilla Reeves. Delores Laz, Jeannie Gutru, Cathy Hefley. Boys Oc1'e+ Standing: John Petersen, Carl Colmar, Jim Graves, Jim Peery, Bob Taggart, Tony Thomas. Sitting: Wayne Rydberg, Ron Friend. I2l Mixed Chorus Fourth Row: Judie Pauls, Florence Dietrick, Judy E. Johnston. Joyce Swanson, Ann Ritchie, Dennis Gaul, Lee Bradley, Wayne Serhln, Zeno P. Ladas, Jack Hendrickson, Diana Blose, Pat Wolfe, Diane Cary, Dale Goble, Leslie Silver. Third Row: Robin Fontaine, Ann Carlisle, Nancy Mees, Diane Creamer, Alfred Jutzi. Bob Wolf. David Adam, Clint Bowman, Al Wolvin, Caren Coken, Grayee Bea-kway, Carol Condon, Toni Minetti, Jan Galitz. Second Row: Elaine Schlau, Ruthi Webster, Sherrie Long, Janiee Palmer, lioh Roosen, Glenn Bernard, Bruce Stine, Victor Rose, Linda Fonfara. Peg Terry, Jean Ewert, Marie H. Martin, Karla Hoshor, Mary Lou Ghera. First Row: Miss Beu, Diane Waterman, Doreen Matara, Kathie Berg, Eleanor Averill, Will Hartel, Ron Richardson, Raleigh Kick, Bob Sawyer, Arlyne Grandt, Sandy Orgler, Trilla Reeves. Delores Laz, Jeannie Gutru, Cathy Hefley. Boys Oc1'e+ Standing: John Petersen, Carl Colmar, Jim Graves, Jim Peery, Bob Taggart, Tony Thomas. Sitting: Wayne Rydberg, Ron Friend. I2l A Capella Choir Fourth Row: Jaynt- Stumpl, Diant' Ainsliv, Gract' Sofft-ns, Judy Frut'hling.:, Linda Hackbarth, Nancy Bear, Susan liall, Judi Koclling, Lars Andt'rst-n, Hwrbt-rt Tallitsch. John Iloublt-, Mikt- VVarnt't'kt', Dan Iiorgon, Jim Graves. Jim Pt-tiry, Bob Lot-kxvnod, Bill Roost-n, Tom Wadc. Alan Van IJykt', Nadvan NVt'inrit?h, Harry Dodds, Kathy Millcr. t't'lla Clusty Margarvt Swanson, Elaint' Bolt-r, Cart-n Potts. llarb R. Wilson, Joan Trudt-, Det- Hagt-r. Third Row: Priscilla llurgvss, Pat Pastor, Ellt'n VVoll, Mulanit' Rock- txt'rtt, Kart-n Vork, Mary Flllun Bryngolson, Sut- Stt'vt'ns. nsic 01 ers n wow t l Jill Broadwt-ll, Gail NViltshirt-, Kun Dougan, Waynt' Mt-yt-r. Warrt-n Myvrs, Bob Berg, Alvin Popp, Robcrt Mt'IJtm't'll. Carl Colmar, Bob Taggart, Gvorgt- Sawycr, Sandy Ht'itlt-n. Dot' Erickson, Barbara Gap, Evclyn Langguth, Pat Hart! ing, Barbara Sit-hman. Set-ond Row: Marty Gatts, Nancy McComb, Kathy Bodor, Jt-an Conroy, Pt-ggzy Cargill, Ili Daily, Brt-nda Rudolph, Laurit' Rilcy, Al Hutchinson, lfrt'tl Ht-dt-mark, Bill Elkjcr, Tony Thomas, Gortlit' Larson. Gcorgt- Bt-aslt-y, Vllaynt' Rydbt-rg, Norma Bt-islt-r, Gail Smith, Linda C'lt'mt'ns, Lorna Lidt-, Judy Mit'l1at'ls, Judit- QIOCJH G CZVVVIOVICV '.MllSlQ' in tht' ltcy of A.H." was tht' spccialty ol six AHS Vocal Inusic groups ftht- Choralicrs, Boys' Uctct, antl A Cappella Choir undcr tht' clircction ol' Mr. Robcrt Wlolll' and Trcblt' Clcf, Mixt'tl Chorus. antl tht- Hai'niont'ttt's un- clcr tht' tlircction of Miss Marjorit- l3t'u. 'l'ht' Boys, Octct, organizctl as an cxtra curricular music t'nst'mblt', sang at various progralns in Arlington Hcights and surrounding coniniunitics as wt'll as tht' Dis- trict Contcst whcrt' tht'y rt'ct'ix't'cl an "t'xt't'llt'nt" rating. Singing at tht' Hospital llcclication, thc WVt'st Suburban Music Fcstival, tht- Spring Ctinccrt, and l3act'alaurt'att' and Co1n1nt'nct'xnt'nt t'xtvi't'ist's was tht' A Cappclla Choir whose' lIlt'IIll'X'I'S wcrt' choscn for tht-ir abort' avcragt' singing ability. Wt'aring thcir spccial outfits wt'rt' tht' mt'mbt'rs ol' tht' Ha1'mont'ttt's antl Choralicrs as thcy sang at various school functions and nuincrous cominunity affairs. Tht' Mixcd Chorus and 'l'rt'blt- Clcii participatccl in tht' Christrnas. Wintcr and Spring Conccrts and t'nst'n1blt's from thcst' groups pt'i'l'ormt'cl in rt't'itals in tht' Littlt' 'l'ht'att'r. Choraliers Standing: Nancy McComb, Gctirgt- Ht-aslt-y, Gaylt- I-Ivanson, Frt'd Ht-dt-mark, Gordon Larson, Bill Elkjt-r, Ron Friend, Gail Knoblocli. Al Hutohinson. April Marn, Sitting: Barb St-hwicgzcr, Diane Janssen. Di Dailey. t- A Capella Choir Fourth Row: Jaynt- Stumpl, Diant' Ainsliv, Gract' Sofft-ns, Judy Frut'hling.:, Linda Hackbarth, Nancy Bear, Susan liall, Judi Koclling, Lars Andt'rst-n, Hwrbt-rt Tallitsch. John Iloublt-, Mikt- VVarnt't'kt', Dan Iiorgon, Jim Graves. Jim Pt-tiry, Bob Lot-kxvnod, Bill Roost-n, Tom Wadc. Alan Van IJykt', Nadvan NVt'inrit?h, Harry Dodds, Kathy Millcr. t't'lla Clusty Margarvt Swanson, Elaint' Bolt-r, Cart-n Potts. llarb R. Wilson, Joan Trudt-, Det- Hagt-r. Third Row: Priscilla llurgvss, Pat Pastor, Ellt'n VVoll, Mulanit' Rock- txt'rtt, Kart-n Vork, Mary Flllun Bryngolson, Sut- Stt'vt'ns. nsic 01 ers n wow t l Jill Broadwt-ll, Gail NViltshirt-, Kun Dougan, Waynt' Mt-yt-r. Warrt-n Myvrs, Bob Berg, Alvin Popp, Robcrt Mt'IJtm't'll. Carl Colmar, Bob Taggart, Gvorgt- Sawycr, Sandy Ht'itlt-n. Dot' Erickson, Barbara Gap, Evclyn Langguth, Pat Hart! ing, Barbara Sit-hman. Set-ond Row: Marty Gatts, Nancy McComb, Kathy Bodor, Jt-an Conroy, Pt-ggzy Cargill, Ili Daily, Brt-nda Rudolph, Laurit' Rilcy, Al Hutchinson, lfrt'tl Ht-dt-mark, Bill Elkjcr, Tony Thomas, Gortlit' Larson. Gcorgt- Bt-aslt-y, Vllaynt' Rydbt-rg, Norma Bt-islt-r, Gail Smith, Linda C'lt'mt'ns, Lorna Lidt-, Judy Mit'l1at'ls, Judit- QIOCJH G CZVVVIOVICV '.MllSlQ' in tht' ltcy of A.H." was tht' spccialty ol six AHS Vocal Inusic groups ftht- Choralicrs, Boys' Uctct, antl A Cappella Choir undcr tht' clircction ol' Mr. Robcrt Wlolll' and Trcblt' Clcf, Mixt'tl Chorus. antl tht- Hai'niont'ttt's un- clcr tht' tlircction of Miss Marjorit- l3t'u. 'l'ht' Boys, Octct, organizctl as an cxtra curricular music t'nst'mblt', sang at various progralns in Arlington Hcights and surrounding coniniunitics as wt'll as tht' Dis- trict Contcst whcrt' tht'y rt'ct'ix't'cl an "t'xt't'llt'nt" rating. Singing at tht' Hospital llcclication, thc WVt'st Suburban Music Fcstival, tht- Spring Ctinccrt, and l3act'alaurt'att' and Co1n1nt'nct'xnt'nt t'xtvi't'ist's was tht' A Cappclla Choir whose' lIlt'IIll'X'I'S wcrt' choscn for tht-ir abort' avcragt' singing ability. Wt'aring thcir spccial outfits wt'rt' tht' mt'mbt'rs ol' tht' Ha1'mont'ttt's antl Choralicrs as thcy sang at various school functions and nuincrous cominunity affairs. Tht' Mixcd Chorus and 'l'rt'blt- Clcii participatccl in tht' Christrnas. Wintcr and Spring Conccrts and t'nst'n1blt's from thcst' groups pt'i'l'ormt'cl in rt't'itals in tht' Littlt' 'l'ht'att'r. Choraliers Standing: Nancy McComb, Gctirgt- Ht-aslt-y, Gaylt- I-Ivanson, Frt'd Ht-dt-mark, Gordon Larson, Bill Elkjt-r, Ron Friend, Gail Knoblocli. Al Hutohinson. April Marn, Sitting: Barb St-hwicgzcr, Diane Janssen. Di Dailey. t- ifitf-i':iIi'i:-k, .lurli Mzikinsun, April Mzirn, Gnyli- iivzinsun. Hzuil Knuiiiiwii, Kari-n I5i'i-wi-s, First Row: Czirul XVQ-rli-. Rubin Pnssvlt, llairh Sr'iiwi4'i.:i-r, Judy Hown, Gloria Krusi-, .Ii-inn Sc-hui-Ili-, Ibziwn Lvih, .Tulinnno Zimim-rmun, Sc-oil Arizim, Iiivk Nivki-lsrm, Hob Fvrnslrnm, John Pi-Ii-rson. Mi-l l"I'i4'l1Il, Run Frivnd. Jim Mm-4-hun, .Iill Giuliani, Mug iiillrm, Virginia: Hussi-ri, Sui- Knm-miflv, Dolly Ilritts. iliuni- .lunsm-n, l':im ilunlli-y, Kun-n Pmiili Imnnzi Srhzir- ringhziiiss-n. JS, 0 O HarmoneH'es Stauuling: l,:iurio Riii-5, Judy Min-iiui-ls, Lorna I,iriv, Illlilj lmlts, Ji-:in Cunruy, Kathy Bridnr. IN-31113 l':iri.:iil, ilrn-mln Rudolph, Norma Iivislvr. Hziil Smith, Linriai f'Ii-me-ns,Sittin1.:: Kem-n Przihl. ifitf-i':iIi'i:-k, .lurli Mzikinsun, April Mzirn, Gnyli- iivzinsun. Hzuil Knuiiiiwii, Kari-n I5i'i-wi-s, First Row: Czirul XVQ-rli-. Rubin Pnssvlt, llairh Sr'iiwi4'i.:i-r, Judy Hown, Gloria Krusi-, .Ii-inn Sc-hui-Ili-, Ibziwn Lvih, .Tulinnno Zimim-rmun, Sc-oil Arizim, Iiivk Nivki-lsrm, Hob Fvrnslrnm, John Pi-Ii-rson. Mi-l l"I'il'l1Il, Run Frivnd. Jim Mm-4-hun, .Iill Giuliani, Mug iiillrm, Virginia: Hussi-ri, Sui- Knm-miflv, Dolly Ilritts. iliuni- .lunsm-n, l':im ilunlli-y, Kun-n Pmiili Imnnzi Srhzir- ringhziiiss-n. JS, 0 O HarmoneH'es Stauuling: l,:iurio Riii-5, Judy Min-iiui-ls, Lorna I,iriv, Illlilj lmlts, Ji-:in Cunruy, Kathy Bridnr. IN-31113 l':iri.:iil, ilrn-mln Rudolph, Norma Iivislvr. Hziil Smith, Linriai f'Ii-me-ns,Sittin1.:: Kem-n Przihl. I c I p "Hurrah for John Kent! For Alpha Beta Pi!" John Petersen reeeives a trophy from Al Hutehinson as Bob Taggart, and Ellen Wolf watch. 494 esicqn in nsic Boy met girl. Boy fell in love with girl. This was the story of 'lRoberta.', jerome Kern and the AHS A Cappella Choir teamed up to present this Broadway musical comedy for this year's annual operetta. The setting was France where Madame Roberta. played by Laurie Riley, ran an exclusive dress shop. The girl in question was Stephanie, played by Brenda Rudolph. Stephanie, Roberta,s head designer, met boy, John Kent, when he came from college to visit Roberta who was Aunt Minnie. John Peterson. as John Kent, soon fell in love with Stephanie: but complications developed in the form of Ellen Wolf, who played Sophie Teal, a wealthy Ameri- can debutante. and Dawn Leth, as Scharwenka, a spoiled patron of Madame Roberta. Even so, all ended well, This two act musical was produced by the music de- partment under the direction of Miss Beu and Mr. Wolff with the help of the art department, the audio-visual de- partment. husiness education department. and Orehesis. Orchesis members, Jean O'Casek and Karen Brodahl take a breather in the cafeteria during the operetta to enjoy the pause that refreshes. "Dance ballerina, dance." Judy Bown, senior, pirouettes in front of footlights, adding graceful, swirling note to the operetta ROBERTA. I c I p "Hurrah for John Kent! For Alpha Beta Pi!" John Petersen reeeives a trophy from Al Hutehinson as Bob Taggart, and Ellen Wolf watch. 494 esicqn in nsic Boy met girl. Boy fell in love with girl. This was the story of 'lRoberta.', jerome Kern and the AHS A Cappella Choir teamed up to present this Broadway musical comedy for this year's annual operetta. The setting was France where Madame Roberta. played by Laurie Riley, ran an exclusive dress shop. The girl in question was Stephanie, played by Brenda Rudolph. Stephanie, Roberta,s head designer, met boy, John Kent, when he came from college to visit Roberta who was Aunt Minnie. John Peterson. as John Kent, soon fell in love with Stephanie: but complications developed in the form of Ellen Wolf, who played Sophie Teal, a wealthy Ameri- can debutante. and Dawn Leth, as Scharwenka, a spoiled patron of Madame Roberta. Even so, all ended well, This two act musical was produced by the music de- partment under the direction of Miss Beu and Mr. Wolff with the help of the art department, the audio-visual de- partment. husiness education department. and Orehesis. Orchesis members, Jean O'Casek and Karen Brodahl take a breather in the cafeteria during the operetta to enjoy the pause that refreshes. "Dance ballerina, dance." Judy Bown, senior, pirouettes in front of footlights, adding graceful, swirling note to the operetta ROBERTA. t ttting all st-t for tht- Girls' Club annual Christ- m is l'otlut-k Dinnor art- Girls' Club offit-urs l irhara NX'olf, Ibiam- lJ:iilt-y. and Judy St'l'llllUyl'I'. nel: Sfuff 045 C reams re a e fi Xlmost lt-anim: ovt-r bavkwarrl to win tht- approval of his date Joycv Stars, snow, and ttytis sparklo whilt- danvt-rs swirl to dr:-amy niusit unnt-r is Al Krust- who rt-avlios for a nzivkagt- from undt-r tht- trvt-, and Carol Wt-dt-, soniur, is 4-rowm-tl quot-n of tht- 'Voylaml Fantasx Santa. brouglit toys to good girls and boys, and Christ- i011 buildings. got into tliv Cllll'lSllIlllS spirit at tht' clinnti mas brouglit tht- souncls and snit-lls ol' tht- st-ason, lint br- Out. of sc-nior Cliristnias spirit taint' tht' H357 tlln-ist siclt-s tlwst- Cliristinas brought tlitr Girls' Club Potluck mas Ball. loylancl Fantasy. 'l'lit- lioys' Gym was rliangttl l,lllIll'l' :intl tlit- cllll'lSlIll2lS llall. On lit-t-t-nibt-r st-x't'ntl1. into 21 jlivcriilt' joy by a profusion ol' toys lying llllLlt'l 1 irls' Club olil'it't'rs liarbara W'oll4, Dianv Daily, and -Iucly Cliristrnas trt-1' in tht- l't'Illt'l' ol tht- floor. Carol WR-alt Stlnnoyt-r. togt-tlit-1' witll girls lroin P1'ospt'c't and Arling- svnior, was rrownt-cl quot-n and rt-ignvcl ow-1' tllis lantasx l25 t ttting all st-t for tht- Girls' Club annual Christ- m is l'otlut-k Dinnor art- Girls' Club offit-urs l irhara NX'olf, Ibiam- lJ:iilt-y. and Judy St'l'llllUyl'I'. nel: Sfuff 045 C reams re a e fi Xlmost lt-anim: ovt-r bavkwarrl to win tht- approval of his date Joycv Stars, snow, and ttytis sparklo whilt- danvt-rs swirl to dr:-amy niusit unnt-r is Al Krust- who rt-avlios for a nzivkagt- from undt-r tht- trvt-, and Carol Wt-dt-, soniur, is 4-rowm-tl quot-n of tht- 'Voylaml Fantasx Santa. brouglit toys to good girls and boys, and Christ- i011 buildings. got into tliv Cllll'lSllIlllS spirit at tht' clinnti mas brouglit tht- souncls and snit-lls ol' tht- st-ason, lint br- Out. of sc-nior Cliristnias spirit taint' tht' H357 tlln-ist siclt-s tlwst- Cliristinas brought tlitr Girls' Club Potluck mas Ball. loylancl Fantasy. 'l'lit- lioys' Gym was rliangttl l,lllIll'l' :intl tlit- cllll'lSlIll2lS llall. On lit-t-t-nibt-r st-x't'ntl1. into 21 jlivcriilt' joy by a profusion ol' toys lying llllLlt'l 1 irls' Club olil'it't'rs liarbara W'oll4, Dianv Daily, and -Iucly Cliristrnas trt-1' in tht- l't'Illt'l' ol tht- floor. Carol WR-alt Stlnnoyt-r. togt-tlit-1' witll girls lroin P1'ospt'c't and Arling- svnior, was rrownt-cl quot-n and rt-ignvcl ow-1' tllis lantasx l25 "Y,1ill fum 'htmrtl tlt: slttflitutt tm' st-t- tlt- Dixit-ltuitl Nliitstrt-I Showf' This slogan ttppt-tilt-tl on htillt-tiii lmtutrtls amd in shtvwt-itst-s whilt- tht- tmt- liiiritlrt-tl fifty cast iiit-tiiht-rs :it Prospt-Ct rt-ht-z11'st-tl tht-it' 11111-QillC'li0Il tmdt-1' tht- stipt-11 vision of Miss Juiit- Lt-ick, filfllliy dint-t'ttn'. XVht-11 tht- t-urtziin mst- tm Ft'hl'llLll'f' twt-my-st-t-tmtl, xt bztckdmp inc-ltitling' at lttrgt- hlaitk iltt-t-. hzmtls. ti htm' tit-. :md itiusit-al symhols. ull ttizttlt- til' histt-i' litt- iiizttt-riztl was t-xpust-tl to tht- Cztpztfity t't'twwtI. and tht- shtiw was tin. Thmiighotit tht- t-vt-ning Ric-k Htlt-lhhitt-. playing tht- part of tht- Intt-i-ltit't1tm', kitldt-cl with tht- ftiui' Eutl Mt-tr 'lt'l'l'f' Hawkins, 'I't'm1 Pt-tmsirttv. Dotig' Htilz, zmtl John Nt-wliztrtl ff -whilt- tht- Frt-shiiiztu Boys' Clitwtis plztyt-tl tht- putt til' tht- Cirvlt- Nit-ri. CDTIIPI' t-h1ii'zit'tt-i' :tt-ts :mtl ittiiiit-miis t-nrat-mhlt-s lit-lpt-tl prtwitlt- tht- makings for an tmjtiyzihlt- t-vt-ning. CiO-0lJL'l'211iI1g' with tht- i1l'L'Sllllll'll. tht- Arlirtgttm Ilztuct- Band platyt,-tl ht-lio1't- tht- show anti cltiritig' tht- iutt-ruiissitmti. Stu- Pt-tt-rs and P11111 Wvztrliit-lti :1t't-tmipttttit-tl xztrititis zivts. Ont- tif Prospt-t-t Hipzifs trirvlt- mt-n has thut t-t-rttiin glow .thtiut him thzil mztflt- tht- 1957 I'1'twspf-vt Minslrt-1 Show :1 lrt-mt-ndtitls stit-tit-ss. ar ies Color, Slzow . . rj-alenf I tyttnti :i siizititm tif at tltnubt Prospt-t-t High t-htiratl grmip did fl gt: i tti bring tilti Ilixit- but-k into stylt- for an t-vt-ning's t-njtiymt-nt. I26 "Y,1ill fum 'htmrtl tlt: slttflitutt tm' st-t- tlt- Dixit-ltuitl Nliitstrt-I Showf' This slogan ttppt-tilt-tl on htillt-tiii lmtutrtls amd in shtvwt-itst-s whilt- tht- tmt- liiiritlrt-tl fifty cast iiit-tiiht-rs :it Prospt-Ct rt-ht-z11'st-tl tht-it' 11111-iillC'liOIl tmdt-1' tht- stipt-11 vision of Miss -Illllt' Lt-ick, filfllliy dint-t'ttn'. XVht-11 tht- t-urtziin mst- tm Ft'hl'llLll'f' twt-my-st-t-tmtl, xt bztckdmp inc-ltitling' at lttrgt- hlaitk iltt-t-. hzmtls. ti htm' tit-. :md itiusit-al symhols. ull ttizttlt- til' histt-i' litt- iiizttt-riztl was t-xpust-tl to tht- Cztpztfity tttwwtl. and tht- shtiw was tin. Thmiighotit tht- t-vt-ning Ric-k Htlt-lhhitt-. playing tht- part of tht- Intt-i-ltit't1tm', kitldt-cl with tht- ftiui' Eutl Mt-tr 'lt'l'l'f' Hawkins, 'I't'm1 Pt-tmsirttv. Dotig' Htilz, zmtl John Nt-wliztrtl ff -whilt- tht- Frt-shiiiztu Boys' Clitwtis plztyt-tl tht- putt til' tht- Cirvlt- Nit-ri. CDTIIPI' t-h1ii'zit'tt-i' :tt-ts :mtl ittiiiit-miis t-nrat-mhlt-s lit-lpt-tl prtwitlt- tht- makings for an tmjtiyzihlt- t-vt-ning. CiO-0lJL'l'211iI1g' with tht- i1l'L'Sllllll'll. tht- Arlirtgttm Ilztuct- Band platyt,-tl ht-lio1't- tht- show anti cltiritig' tht- iutt-ruiissitmti. Stu- Pt-tt-rs and P11111 Wvztrliit-lti :1t't-tmipttttit-tl xztrititis zivts. Ont- tif Prospt-t-t Hipzifs trirvlt- mt-n has thut t-t-rttiin glow .thtiut him thzil mztflt- tht- 1957 I'1'twspf-vt Minslrt-1 Show :1 lrt-mt-ndtitls stit-tit-ss. ar ies Color, Slzow . . rj-alenf I tyttnti :i siizititm tif at tltnubt Prospt-t-t High t-htiratl grmip did fl gt: i tti bring tilti Ilixit- but-k into stylt- for an t-vt-ning's t-njtiymt-nt. I26 66 77 usical exfra: . . incqin , 3 Ae ews G ll f' Wi 'Q 6 'yxj Tx 'l'm-ss, portrayed by Kris Miller, scolds disconso- lato Joss Barkvr, acted by John Licbenow, on his attitudvs and arftivitivs toward tho Bowc-ry, "Y0u'rc l'irt'cl." tht- first words ol' tht- H358 tah-nt show. "Singing tht: Ncwsf' was tht- ht-ginning ol' tht' cncl ol' months ol' work for many Arlington stutlt-nts. liacltstagi- Ct-lia Closc, stuclt-nt clirvctor, ancl Marty Calls, t'lI2lll'Illllll. i'c'n1ir1isc'ctl as thvy watc'ht'tl thc' prothict ol' hours ol' work. Tho idea for tht' show had hvvn horn in that spring ol' 1957. Than in january tht- tryouts wt-rc hvlcl, and thx- action rt-ally hcgan. Plans wort- t'xt-ciitvclg vostumt-s, St't'Ilt'I'y, and music worm- ohtainvcl. Finally Ft-hruary I5 arrivvtll First on stagv was -Iohn Lit-hvnow, playing .lt-ss llarpvr, a rt'- portvr firm-cl for his attavks on tht' pt-oplv ol' tht- shuns. In thc show 'l't'ss, playt-cl hy Kris Nlillcr, Ulu-t'i't-tl hiin up and finally rhangccl his opinion. 'l'ht- show viitlctl with a hurst of music and a cascatlv ol' halloons. The Prospvct High School stuclt-nts pre-st'ntt'tl thr-ir talt-nt show in April. Thi' Ci't-atirv Waiting Chih and tht' script foinniittvo conihinc-tl tht-ir talvnts to 4-iin-rgo with a thoinv involving a group ol' vollt-go studt-nts who wort- to participatc- in tht- lirussc-l's World Fair. Pr:-sc-nting tht- Inany ahilitivs of tho frvshnn'n"t'la.ss, tht' show niorvcl along' at a vc-ry fast pact: spin-cl with coint-cly, inusiv, :intl talvnt. Alone on the norm-r of Broadway and Forty-st-cond Stn-ot dirt-vtors Ct-lia Closo and Marty Gatts paust- a momvnt aftvr tht- final vurtain. I27 66 77 usical exfra: . . incqin , 3 Ae ews G ll f' Wi 'Q 6 'yxj Tx 'l'm-ss, portrayed by Kris Miller, scolds disconso- lato Joss Barkvr, acted by John Licbenow, on his attitudvs and arftivitivs toward tho Bowc-ry, "Y0u'rc l'irt'cl." tht- first words ol' tht- H358 tah-nt show. "Singing tht: Ncwsf' was tht- ht-ginning ol' tht' cncl ol' months ol' work for many Arlington stutlt-nts. liacltstagi- Ct-lia Closc, stuclt-nt clirvctor, ancl Marty Calls, t'lI2lll'Illllll. i'c'n1ir1isc'ctl as thvy watc'ht'tl thc' prothict ol' hours ol' work. Tho idea for tht' show had hvvn horn in that spring ol' 1957. Than in january tht- tryouts wt-rc hvlcl, and thx- action rt-ally hcgan. Plans wort- t'xt-ciitvclg vostumt-s, St't'Ilt'I'y, and music worm- ohtainvcl. Finally Ft-hruary I5 arrivvtll First on stagv was -Iohn Lit-hvnow, playing .lt-ss llarpvr, a rt'- portvr firm-cl for his attavks on tht' pt-oplv ol' tht- shuns. In thc show 'l't'ss, playt-cl hy Kris Nlillcr, Ulu-t'i't-tl hiin up and finally rhangccl his opinion. 'l'ht- show viitlctl with a hurst of music and a cascatlv ol' halloons. The Prospvct High School stuclt-nts pre-st'ntt'tl thr-ir talt-nt show in April. Thi' Ci't-atirv Waiting Chih and tht' script foinniittvo conihinc-tl tht-ir talvnts to 4-iin-rgo with a thoinv involving a group ol' vollt-go studt-nts who wort- to participatc- in tht- lirussc-l's World Fair. Pr:-sc-nting tht- Inany ahilitivs of tho frvshnn'n"t'la.ss, tht' show niorvcl along' at a vc-ry fast pact: spin-cl with coint-cly, inusiv, :intl talvnt. Alone on the norm-r of Broadway and Forty-st-cond Stn-ot dirt-vtors Ct-lia Closo and Marty Gatts paust- a momvnt aftvr tht- final vurtain. I27 Sophoniorvs blamed it all on Gvorgi- III and Napoleon, thus winning the first placo in thi- class skit compc-tition in the '57 tall-nt show. Elvis in pq-rsnn? No, iL's George Beasley impersonating that celebrity in the 1957 Tall-nt Show, sponsored by the Arlington Student Council. I28 fjalenf SAQWS Confuscious say, "Chinatown ne-vor like this!" Participants in the junior class skit of '57 Talent Show brought a Chinese laundry to life. Sophoniorvs blamed it all on Gvorgi- III and Napoleon, thus winning the first placo in thi- class skit compc-tition in the '57 tall-nt show. Elvis in pq-rsnn? No, iL's George Beasley impersonating that celebrity in the 1957 Tall-nt Show, sponsored by the Arlington Student Council. I28 fjalenf SAQWS Confuscious say, "Chinatown ne-vor like this!" Participants in the junior class skit of '57 Talent Show brought a Chinese laundry to life. xic Calls swing up ll storm as I using into 'AIWIOIUIHZI lJori't Allow Nu 'Vluxic l'lz1yinf,: Ruunrl lli-rv." xl-Hum. 4 :nilllin-mv un llu-s-fl1,:1-rxflliwir sl :tx u'x'1- rlutlzx lluvv llm-nrt" to surx 4 1 nmvv of thi- Ijryclgvrs from llrunlx lxn is lhv sud 4-umlusion of ilu- Bo s 111141 uhir-h mourns lir'rmkl5n's le 1 .Im-'s uumpaiign platform I ough in thi- sf-niur class skit, though hc has ph-nly of c-hm-rim.: sul rt from :ill of his lnyul hnlm fa K xic Calls swing up ll storm as I using into 'AIWIOIUIHZI lJori't Allow Nu 'Vluxic l'lz1yinf,: Ruunrl lli-rv." xl-Hum. 4 :nilllin-mv un llu-s-fl1,:1-rxflliwir sl :tx u'x'1- rlutlzx lluvv llm-nrt" to surx 4 1 nmvv of thi- Ijryclgvrs from llrunlx lxn is lhv sud 4-umlusion of ilu- Bo s 111141 uhir-h mourns lir'rmkl5n's le 1 .Im-'s uumpaiign platform I ough in thi- sf-niur class skit, though hc has ph-nly of c-hm-rim.: sul rt from :ill of his lnyul hnlm fa K Narrator Randy Bolsinger and prop man Frank Embrey come face to face during one of the opening: scenes from the play, Yellow Jacket. PHS Drama Club urfain 'S oing Amidst make-shift horses, wooden swords, and tables symbolizing mountains, and the artificial make-up and ex- aggeration of the Chinese theater, Tip Yager took the leading role in the November presentation of The Yellow Jacket, a Chinese comedy by Hazelton and Benrimo. In March the annual spring play was Thornton lNilder's Broadway Comedy, The Matchmaker, starring Linda Cleinens and Tom Behm. Romance of the Willow Pat- tern, a one-act play which brought third honors in a drama contest, was also included in the presentations of the Drama Club. These plays provided entertainment for both the students and the community. The Drama Club was sponsored by Mi'. Murphy and headed by president Carol Ternovits, vice-president Tom Behm, and secretary-treasurer Patt McGill. To earn money with which to purchase new scenery and to rent costumes, the Drama Club had concessions at local Village Theater presentations. The Drama Club, working with the Art Club, also sponsored the Bal Mardi Gras, which was held in January. The goal for which all of the members of the Drama Club were reaching was to be accepted into the National Thespians Society. Officers were Penny Pearne, presi- dent, Linda Clemens, veep, and Carol Ternovits, secretary- treasurer. Membership into this organization was given for work in the cast and crews of the dramatic productions. Fourth Row: Karen Adkisson, Christine Byiski, Mary Sue Knopp. Sandra Hertlein, Kathy Seller. Second Row: Casey Jones, Jeanie Carol Weiser, Ginny Heinemann, Lynne Smith, Marsha Saunders, Ward, Ann Warren, Dierra Kreider, Dawne Anderson, Kathy Sehlau. Janice Lytle. Third Row: Mrs. Rives, Lenore Radosti, Joanie First Row: Marty Long, Susan Peters, Jeanne Schell, Madelaine D'Argo, Charlotte VViggins, Donna Shean, Jan Gow, Susan Withey, DeHuszar, Linda Burke, Mary Kay Tamulis, Corinne O'Ni-ill. l30 Narrator Randy Bolsinger and prop man Frank Embrey come face to face during one of the opening: scenes from the play, Yellow Jacket. PHS Drama Club urfain 'S oing Amidst make-shift horses, wooden swords, and tables symbolizing mountains, and the artificial make-up and ex- aggeration of the Chinese theater, Tip Yager took the leading role in the November presentation of The Yellow Jacket, a Chinese comedy by Hazelton and Benrimo. In March the annual spring play was Thornton lNilder's Broadway Comedy, The Matchmaker, starring Linda Cleinens and Tom Behm. Romance of the Willow Pat- tern, a one-act play which brought third honors in a drama contest, was also included in the presentations of the Drama Club. These plays provided entertainment for both the students and the community. The Drama Club was sponsored by Mi'. Murphy and headed by president Carol Ternovits, vice-president Tom Behm, and secretary-treasurer Patt McGill. To earn money with which to purchase new scenery and to rent costumes, the Drama Club had concessions at local Village Theater presentations. The Drama Club, working with the Art Club, also sponsored the Bal Mardi Gras, which was held in January. The goal for which all of the members of the Drama Club were reaching was to be accepted into the National Thespians Society. Officers were Penny Pearne, presi- dent, Linda Clemens, veep, and Carol Ternovits, secretary- treasurer. Membership into this organization was given for work in the cast and crews of the dramatic productions. Fourth Row: Karen Adkisson, Christine Byiski, Mary Sue Knopp. Sandra Hertlein, Kathy Seller. Second Row: Casey Jones, Jeanie Carol Weiser, Ginny Heinemann, Lynne Smith, Marsha Saunders, Ward, Ann Warren, Dierra Kreider, Dawne Anderson, Kathy Sehlau. Janice Lytle. Third Row: Mrs. Rives, Lenore Radosti, Joanie First Row: Marty Long, Susan Peters, Jeanne Schell, Madelaine D'Argo, Charlotte VViggins, Donna Shean, Jan Gow, Susan Withey, DeHuszar, Linda Burke, Mary Kay Tamulis, Corinne O'Ni-ill. l30 Nalional Thespians Third Row: John P1-ti-rsm-n, Cynthia Fi-llvisi-n. John I.ivhunow, Pail Mvflill, tlorclim Larson. Randy linlsingc-1', Mr, Murphy. S4-mm! Row: Small, Adam, Mary .ln lllt, ldllon XVolf, Frank lflmhri-y, Limla fxlt'llll'YlS, IH-nny l'i-army Tip Yagvr, Tom ISL-hm. Don Drumtra. l-'ire-at Raw: Sui- Anclvrsnn, Linda llarnard, John Nimmor, Caryl '1'i-rnovils, Phil Lambclin, Priscilla Iiurgvss. Drama Club Fourth Row: Linda CI4-mm-ns, Farr .lvln-ns, Randy liolsingi-r, Slvvc Fnlvin, Frank Iflmhri-y, 'l'mn livhm, Harry XValsh, Idllvn NVulf, Uinily Folic-isun, Marry lim-igl-l, Jim Shi-rman. Third Row: Miss 'l'r:ul Daw- Sulman, Wanda Win-alon, .luhn Nimmi-r, Sylvia Corilvs, Mr Murphy. Sn-cond Row: Naniy Wivhman, .lan Jordvn, Mm-lissn Smith Glynn Hrownvll, Virginia llussi-rl, Smit Adam, Limla liarnarrl Caryl Tvrnovils. Priscilla liurizvss. First Row: Ginny Suwinski P1-nny Pvarm-, Judy Glasvr, livlsy Fri-vision, Phil liamhzlin I3I Nalional Thespians Third Row: John P1-ti-rsm-n, Cynthia Fi-llvisi-n. John I.ivhunow, Pail Mvflill, tlorclim Larson. Randy linlsingc-1', Mr, Murphy. S4-mm! Row: Small, Adam, Mary .ln lllt, ldllon XVolf, Frank lflmhri-y, Limla fxlt'llll'YlS, IH-nny l'i-army Tip Yagvr, Tom ISL-hm. Don Drumtra. l-'ire-at Raw: Sui- Anclvrsnn, Linda llarnard, John Nimmor, Caryl '1'i-rnovils, Phil Lambclin, Priscilla Iiurgvss. Drama Club Fourth Row: Linda CI4-mm-ns, Farr .lvln-ns, Randy liolsingi-r, Slvvc Fnlvin, Frank Iflmhri-y, 'l'mn livhm, Harry XValsh, Idllvn NVulf, Uinily Folic-isun, Marry lim-igl-l, Jim Shi-rman. Third Row: Miss 'l'r:ul Daw- Sulman, Wanda Win-alon, .luhn Nimmi-r, Sylvia Corilvs, Mr Murphy. Sn-cond Row: Naniy Wivhman, .lan Jordvn, Mm-lissn Smith Glynn Hrownvll, Virginia llussi-rl, Smit Adam, Limla liarnarrl Caryl Tvrnovils. Priscilla liurizvss. First Row: Ginny Suwinski P1-nny Pvarm-, Judy Glasvr, livlsy Fri-vision, Phil liamhzlin I3I Arguments began to brew when the negative and af- firmative debate teams discussed this yearis topic ol for- eign aid. The debate teamsfvarsity. coached by M1'. Floyd Doughertyg sub-varsity, guided by Mr, Bernard Brockg and frosh, directed by Mrs. Sandra Rives--fgathered ma- terial from magazines, newspapers, and every possible source in order to stunip the opposing teams. From gloom to gayety might describe the monologues, poems, play cuts. and one-act plays which were used by contest speakers. Sponsored by the English and speech teachers at both Arlington and Prospect these students competed with contestants from other schools in this area. For those interested in public speaking the National Forensic League provided many opportunities. Entrance into NFL was gained by obtaining points in debate. extern- poraneous speech, or contest speaking. Once a nieniber, stu- dents could receive higher honors by earning extra points. Arlington,s chapter of the NFL sponsors a calendar ol school events. This year's edition was based on song titles that corresponded with the school months. Sponsoring the NFL were Mi'. Floyd Dougherty and hir. Bernard Brock. Varsi+y Debate Left to Right: Tom Farrand, John Petersen. Mr. Brock, Eldon Kreider, .lim Sherman. F0144 il z2Ailfl6! JAG O ilfllflfl OVW? GWCXV S Sub-Va rsily Debate Sl-emul Row: Rob Roosen, Marie Martin, Sylvia Pfeffer, Bill Martin, lioh Stephan, Mr. Brock First Row: Jan Rogozinski, Ginny Bussert, Marilyn Nelson, Jeff Clark, Dan DeVVilde. l32 Arguments began to brew when the negative and af- firmative debate teams discussed this yearis topic ol for- eign aid. The debate teamsfvarsity. coached by M1'. Floyd Doughertyg sub-varsity, guided by Mr, Bernard Brockg and frosh, directed by Mrs. Sandra Rives--fgathered ma- terial from magazines, newspapers, and every possible source in order to stunip the opposing teams. From gloom to gayety might describe the monologues, poems, play cuts. and one-act plays which were used by contest speakers. Sponsored by the English and speech teachers at both Arlington and Prospect these students competed with contestants from other schools in this area. For those interested in public speaking the National Forensic League provided many opportunities. Entrance into NFL was gained by obtaining points in debate. extern- poraneous speech, or contest speaking. Once a nieniber, stu- dents could receive higher honors by earning extra points. Arlington,s chapter of the NFL sponsors a calendar ol school events. This year's edition was based on song titles that corresponded with the school months. Sponsoring the NFL were Mi'. Floyd Dougherty and hir. Bernard Brock. Varsi+y Debate Left to Right: Tom Farrand, John Petersen. Mr. Brock, Eldon Kreider, .lim Sherman. F0144 il z2Ailfl6! JAG O ilfllflfl OVW? GWCXV S Sub-Va rsily Debate Sl-emul Row: Rob Roosen, Marie Martin, Sylvia Pfeffer, Bill Martin, lioh Stephan, Mr. Brock First Row: Jan Rogozinski, Ginny Bussert, Marilyn Nelson, Jeff Clark, Dan DeVVilde. l32 41412 .lvunnv Slvphzun. W 1" Q' , ' ,.,lf',k I33 41412 .lvunnv Slvphzun. W 1" Q' , ' ,.,lf',k I33 I 14, Philosophy Club Fourth Row: Dave Starnes. Judy Carlson, Jan Rogozinski, Bill Sylvia Cordes, Roger Uhlhorn, John Petersen, John Staples, Scott Roosen, Don Drunitra, Eldon Kreider. Bruce Bolas. Third Row: Adam, Bob Schroeder. First Row: Sue McCoy, Yvonne Craig, Candy Naney Haskins. Carol June Anderson, Kathy Kenyon. Randi Opsahl, Willner, Deanna Warejeka, Barbara Fromm, Joan Keppen, Judy I-I, Johnston, Richard Marxen, Second Row: Norma Beisler, reparincq jocfacy or ifizens ip omorrow PHS Crea+ive Writing Club Sitting: Barbara Sehauffler. Judy Rube, Judy Hartwig. Va Sn n VVakeinan, Jeanie VVard, Wendy Burgess, Bonnie Soltz, iith. Standing: Miss Timm, ill Judie Clara I34 "Mi1'1'o1', mirror on the wall, who had the most spirit of them all?,' The answer to this question was found in the members of the Triple S Club, sponsored by Miss Dethart. The students who joined the group tried to develop their spirit. sportsmanship, and service to a fuller extent. One of the newest organizations at AHS was the Phi- losophy Club. Sue McCoy'. presidentg Sarajane Terhell. veepg Sylvia Cordes. secretary-treasurerg and NIL lNIueller and Mr. Martin sionsors. made certain that interesting 7 D programs about philosophies and the lives and works of hiloso Jhers were Jrovided. Usuallv the students 're Jared l , their own talks but occasionall listened to 0Al1t'Sl s ealiers. Y S M1', Poling, sponsorg Gail Isselhardt. presidentg .Ioan Petkus, secretaryg and Pat Wolfe, treasurer, guided the Social Science Club. The members saw slides about Puerto Rico and the Korean XVar. sponsored the Wforld Clothing Drive, and packaged materials for the Red Cross, The Creative lVriting Club was an organization of stu- dents at Prospect formed for the purpose of stimulating the students to write. This activity was sponsored by lN1iss Timm. At the meetings members of the group discussed writing techniques and various authors and criticived their own work. One of the club's main activities was to assist in writ.ing the script for the Prospect High Talent Show. I 14, Philosophy Club Fourth Row: Dave Starnes. Judy Carlson, Jan Rogozinski, Bill Sylvia Cordes, Roger Uhlhorn, John Petersen, John Staples, Scott Roosen, Don Drunitra, Eldon Kreider. Bruce Bolas. Third Row: Adam, Bob Schroeder. First Row: Sue McCoy, Yvonne Craig, Candy Naney Haskins. Carol June Anderson, Kathy Kenyon. Randi Opsahl, Willner, Deanna Warejeka, Barbara Fromm, Joan Keppen, Judy I-I, Johnston, Richard Marxen, Second Row: Norma Beisler, reparincq jocfacy or ifizens ip omorrow PHS Crea+ive Writing Club Sitting: Barbara Sehauffler. Judy Rube, Judy Hartwig. Va Sn n VVakeinan, Jeanie VVard, Wendy Burgess, Bonnie Soltz, iith. Standing: Miss Timm, ill Judie Clara I34 "Mi1'1'o1', mirror on the wall, who had the most spirit of them all?,' The answer to this question was found in the members of the Triple S Club, sponsored by Miss Dethart. The students who joined the group tried to develop their spirit. sportsmanship, and service to a fuller extent. One of the newest organizations at AHS was the Phi- losophy Club. Sue McCoy'. presidentg Sarajane Terhell. veepg Sylvia Cordes. secretary-treasurerg and NIL lNIueller and Mr. Martin sionsors. made certain that interesting 7 D programs about philosophies and the lives and works of hiloso Jhers were Jrovided. Usuallv the students 're Jared l , their own talks but occasionall listened to 0Al1t'Sl s ealiers. Y S M1', Poling, sponsorg Gail Isselhardt. presidentg .Ioan Petkus, secretaryg and Pat Wolfe, treasurer, guided the Social Science Club. The members saw slides about Puerto Rico and the Korean XVar. sponsored the Wforld Clothing Drive, and packaged materials for the Red Cross, The Creative lVriting Club was an organization of stu- dents at Prospect formed for the purpose of stimulating the students to write. This activity was sponsored by lN1iss Timm. At the meetings members of the group discussed writing techniques and various authors and criticived their own work. One of the club's main activities was to assist in writ.ing the script for the Prospect High Talent Show. ...fa Triple S I-'ifth Roy: lmnna Nt-lsnn, lizirbara Iflrivksun, Dali- Gohln-, Kathy Ma1't'arIliy, Juyw- 'l'apln-r, Kathy llama-row, .Ivan Gutru, Nanvy Um-11, Sandy livclsirnm, litllllllt"l'1lj'l0I', Gail Issvlharclt, Diana KL-lly. I-'ourth Run: Inu- ldrivkswn, Fran liruscato, Leslie Silver, Vit-ki VanNvss, Mary l'rt-nm-r, llonniv Lippkv, Hotsy Castle, Joan Wolf. Pat, llavi-5. 'l'hird Row: Mrs, Schull, .lnitnnu M1-tx, Lois Nt-lson. t'harlottt- Munn-, Vunnii- Raasvli, Gwen XYarl'lc'ld, Lois Lippold. Joan z Ol Social Science Club Fourth Row: Barb Lutz, Carol Manta, 1.1-sliv llarringiun Phylum Rvit-liarrl. Pi-guy llirons. Third Row: lim' Wi-tt'mlui'l4, Sin- Daily. Kathy Maf'Cartliy, Jtiannit- Gutru, Katliii- limai-s, Iiiniia Raasvli, tlliarlilttl- Mimrv. S1-1-mul Row: Gary Mori-land, llaxyn llavis, l'i-g 'Ft-rry, Ginny Ilolmi-s, Hobbit- Taylor, Sandy lli-ilstruinl .lullv Mai' wodcl, .lurly Smith, Myrna St'llZ1l'I'lIli.IllilLlSt'I1, Mr. lwling, Iilil Shu maker. First Row: Margaret Swanson, Barb C, VVilson, Gall Issclu liardt, .loan Putkus, Caryl 'l'ornovits. Iliann Kama. Kvppcn. Runna Pant-k, Sliarun lhimiry, .lan .lni'rivn, liust-:nary Ruzivkt-. Linda Hanson, Miss In-thart, Mr. Trim-. S1-4-mul Row: Bobbi Kalous, liutsy Cruvistun, Laurie llaizniann, H4-tin Borg, Carol Kasl, Juan Pvtkus, Julia- lllarwt-dt-l, Lois lirit-ksun, Ann Ritvhit-, Linda Raaswh, First Row: Suv XX'liilt-Ivy, t'arnl Ulmluii. Lurit- Holm, Sara Pri-vllio. Ht-x' Wvtvmlnrlf Suv Ilally, llayy n llavis, Barh Lutz. Pat, Terry, Kart-n Mt-Li-an, Carol Mnbus. I35 ...fa Triple S I-'ifth Roy: lmnna Nelsnn, lizirbara Iflrivksun, Dale Goble, Kathy Mael'arIliy, .Iuyee 'l'apper, Kathy llama-rmy', Jean Gulru, Naney Um-11, Sandy lieclstmni, liHlllll0'l'1lj'l0I', Gail Isselharclt, Diana Kelly. I-'ourth Run: lim- ldriekswn, Fran liruseato, Leslie Silver, Vieki VanNess, Mary Prenner, Bonnie Lippke, Betsy Castle, Joan Wolf. Pat, llavey. 'l'hird Row: Mrs, Schull, JoAnne Metz, Lois Nelson. 1'harlo1le Moore, Connie Raaseli, Gwen XYarl'leld, Lois Lippold. Joan z Ol Social Science Club Fourth Row: Barb Luiz, Carol Mania, Leslie llarrimqlun Phylum Reieliarrl. Peggy llirons. Third Row: Bev Welemluil, Sin- Daily. Kathy Maekfarlliy, Jeannie Gulru, Kathie liuvaes, Iiiniia Raaseli, Cliarliltte Moore. Ser-mul Row: Gary Moreland, llaxyn llavis, l'i-g Terry, Ginny Holmes, Bobbie Taylor, Sandy lli-ilsiruml .lulle Mai' wedel, .lurly Smith, Myrna Seharringliausen, Mr. lwling, Illil Shu maker. First Row: Margaret Swanson, Barb C, VVilson, Gall Isselu liardt, .loan Pelkus, Caryl Ternovits. Iliane Kama. Keppen. Runna Panek, Sliarun Peery, .lan .lnrrien, liuseniary Ruzieke. Linda Hanson, Miss Ili-tliarl, Mr. 'l'rine. S1-euml Row: Bobbi Kalous, Betsy Crevisumn, Laurie llaizmann, llelti- Berg, Carol Kasl, Juan Petkus, .Julie Marwedel, Lois lirieksun, Ann Ritehie, Linda Raaseh, First Row: Sue XX'liili-Ivy, Uarnl Fumlun. Lorie Holm, Sara Pri-eilio. Hex' Wetemlurlf Sue Ilally, llayy n llavis, Barn Lutz. Pat, Terry, Karen Mi-Li-an, Carol Mnbus. I35 PHS Ar+ Club Ss-vanml Row: Mr. Frt-din, Ji-I'olnv Nllltvlslttildt, Diana 'I'liorsvn, Royunno Wittuk. Lynnu Bt-ldvn. Chctrl xVill.f5lUI'l4'I', Mary Kluht-, Mzlrsliu Sztundurs. First Row: Lynnu Smith. Jvunuttt- Stromhvrg. Alicft- Simmonds, Luvillt- Wrt-nn, Pvnny Cimdiotes, Judy Andi-rson, Grunt Smith, Lylv Ilulrt-tt. aleffe ainfgrnsiz 041401 04 icfure 7 7 Intl-t't'st plus dvsirv to bvconu' Ill0l'L' acqtuiiiitvcl with tht- liivlcl of art constitutvcl thc 1'CLll1ll'C111Cf1fS for belonging to thc- AHS and PHS Art Clubs. Artiviticis of thc clubs ittclticlvfl Cl'L'llllllQ sci-ru-ry for clraniutic productions. taking lic-lcl trips to plum-S of artistic intvrcst. sponsoring' forvign tnovivs. clisplayitig' tlivir hztndiwork in un art show for the srltool. :incl working jointly with thc Draina Club to spon- bi ......... .. 1 g ,.ii., 4 f l avliiiii ow,- rav -N AHS Arl' Club Third Row: Mary Krutt. Mary Pronnor, Dzuvn Davis, Pat Terry, Vztrolyn lflt-t:'lu-r. Cztrol ixlilfllil. Bzxrhztrit Muhly, Lois Cocrt. Sevond Row: Mr. Gaillzlglu-r. .Io ltlvtx, B1-vurly Manda. Ginny Sowlnski, Dztrl I36 SUI' tht- "Bal lN1arcli Crasf' Ll iiizisqiivuidt- bull. Thi' AHS Club also coniplctcd LL IIlllI'L1l for 21 l'uc'ulty lounfzgv. wliilt' thv PHS club worked on their svcrt-t lDI'O-ll'Cl. "Operation H--1-." Thu AHS group was lcd by NIV. Fisclic-1' :incl N111 Ciiillllgllixl' and officc-1's Pant Wliclxc-ns. K8l'l'I1 liztkt-i'. licvt-t'ly lWzu'clzi. and Dawn Davis. NIV. Frvclin :incl ol'l'iC01's Lynn Smith. Norman V4-nd:-ll. :incl Carol l4vcli11Q'l'ivlcl lml tlu- PHS Club. Horn-hor. Judy Schulvr. Karon linker. Vzllc-rt-0 Lundquist, Penn Wickens. First Row: Ruth Webster, Judy In-mpoxxolf. Terry Ryan. Kzirlu Hoshor, Glynn Brownell, Annuhctllv Hvrbst. Kurvn Kzxstning. PHS Ar+ Club Ss-vanml Row: Mr. Frt-din, Ji-I'olnv Nllltvlslttildt, Diana 'I'liorsvn, Royunno Wittuk. Lynnu Bt-ldvn. Chctrl xVill.f5lUI'l4'I', Mary Kluht-, Mzlrsliu Sztundurs. First Row: Lynnu Smith. Jvunuttt- Stromlwrg. Alicft- Simmonds, Luvillt- Wrt-nn, Pvnny Cimdiotes, Judy Andi-rson, Grunt Smith, Lylv Ilulrt-tt. aleffe ainfgrnsiz 041401 04 icfure 7 7 Intl-t't'st plus dvsirv to bvconu' Ill0l'L' acqtuiiiitvcl with tht- liivlcl of art constitutvcl thc 1'CLll1ll'C111Cf1fS for belonging to thc- AHS and PHS Art Clubs. Artiviticis of thc clubs ittclticlvfl Cl'L'llllllQ SCl'Ilt'I'Y for clraniutic productions. taking lic-lcl trips to plum-S of artistic intvrcst. sponsoring' forvign tnovivs. clisplayitig' tlivir hztndiwork in un art show for the srltool. :incl working jointly with thc Draina Club to spon- bi ......... .. 1 g ,.ii., 4 f l avliiiii ow,- rav -N AHS Arl' Club Third Row: Mary Krutt. Mary Pronnor, Dzuvn Davis, Pat Terry, Vztrolyn lflt-t:'lu-r. Cztrol ixlilfllil. Bzxrhztrit Muhly, Lois Cocrt. Sevond Row: Mr. Gaillzlglu-r. .Io ltlvtx, B1-vurly Manda. Ginny Sowlnski, Dztrl I36 SUI' tht- "Bal lN1arcli Crasf' Ll iiizisqiivuidt- bull. Thi' AHS Club also coniplctcd LL IIlllI'L1l for 21 l'uc'ulty lounfzgv. wliilt' thv PHS club worked on their svcrt-t lDI'O-ll'Cl. "Operation H--1-." Thu AHS group was lcd by NIV. Fisclic-1' :incl N111 Ciiillllgllixl' and officc-1's Pant Wliclxc-ns. K8l'l'I1 liztkt-i'. licvt-t'ly lWzu'clzi. and Dawn Davis. NIV. Frvclin :incl ol'l'iC01's Lynn Smith. Norman V4-nd:-ll. :incl Carol l4vcli11Q'l'ivlcl lml tht- PHS Club. Horn-hor. Judy Schulvr. Karon linker. Vzllc-rt-0 Lundquist, Pam Wickens. First Row: Ruth Webster, Judy In-mpoxxolf. Terry Ryan. Kzirlu Hoshor, Glynn Brownell, Annuhctllv Hvrbst. Karon Kzxstning. ggcllolars ip, OVL, ervice qua gjfonors pd' . . Nahonal Honor Soc1e'ry I-'11111'1h limi: Sara .11Il11' '1'l'l'1l1'1l, A1111 IZ1111111, 121111 Sl11111l, 1121111 1111-k1-11s, 1111s1-1111113 1111111-, N11111-5 XK'11'111111111. S111- 1X11'f'llj, .I111111 P1111-1'51111, I2111-11i1- l,:1l111', A1 11lI11'1111'1S1ll1, .I1111 Knapp. Third Row: 1':11 W11I11-, .1EIll1' 11111-11, 1'1111ni1- R1l!lS1'1l, l.in1ia H211-k11ar111, Nam-5 111-1111511111 Nl'l'llIlll liow: Sandy I'11x11-ll. Mary 110115, YY1JI'lI'l1'CI'll13.1. 1111111 M1111-1-51111, 'I'11111's11111 Hr111111, I-'irst R1111: 1!1'111-1- 1311las, 1121111111 Ii1'1-1111-11, :WJll'V1l1 M1-31-1', .Ii111 1,1'1'I'f'. N11111' 1'1111g' 111 Rl 11111111-1' was Ill'Yl'l' lIl1'2lIll 111 l'1'S1 11p1111. 11111 11111x' 111 1111111 il lIl2ll1,S 111111 lllllg 1-111111g'11 111 1-11111111- 111111 111 11111 llll' 111111-1' 5111111-w11111 111g111-1'.'y 11115 1I111111- 1'1-p1'1-S1-1111-11 11ll' s1111111111'11 111 1111- lll1'Ill1D1'I'S 111 1111- N11111111111 H1111111' S11- l'1l'1y 111111 11l1' Q11111 111111 S111111. '1111 I11-1'111111- lll1'Ill11l'l'S 111 11l1' N11111111111 111111111' S111'11-ly. 5111111-111s w1-1'1- j1111g'1-11 1111 11l1'1l' s1-11111118111 1'1-1'111'11. 1111-11' 11-1111- 1'l'S1llIJ. 11l1'll' s1-1-v11'1- 111 1111- s1'1111111. 111111 1111-11' C11llI'2lC'1l'l'S. 1111- 11ig1111g111 171, 1111- ya-111' was 1111- 11111111111111 111 111-w II1l'1111Ul'l'S 1111111111-11 by 11 1'1-1-1-11111111 1111' 1111 IIl1'IIl1X'I'S 111111 11ll'1I' 111111-111s. f111l1'l' 1101111111-s 1111'111111-11 S1'111Ilg 111-1111111115 11111'111g 11111110- l'lllIl1Ilg'. IJll1l11S1l1llQ,' il s111111-111 1111'1-1'1111'y. 111111 W'OI'1i1llg' 1111 1'11111'1-ss11111s. 1,1-1-11'l'l'S NN'1'1'l' -11111 K1111pp, p1'1's1111-111: C11111111- 1iLlllSl'1l. x'11'1- IJI'l'S1C11'll1Q NllIll'5' YN'11'111111111, S111-1'1-taryg 111111 1i11s1-111111'y Uagv. 11'1-1151111-1'1 1111- 51111115111 was Miss Cobb. '1'111- Ill1'lIl1J1'1'S 111' llll' Q11111 111111 S111111. 1111111111-1' 111111111'111'y 111'g'11111x11111111. w1-1'1- 1-111151-11 1111' 1111-11' writing' 111v1111y by 1111- 1111111111 s111111s111's M11 15111-s1-1 111111 R112 M1111111. Afltxl' 111-ing' 1'1111s1-11 111' 1111- 1111'111 sp1111s111's. 1111- 5111111-1115 Sll15Ill111L'C1 W'1l211 11l1'y 1-V11 was 1111-11' 111-sl XVl'111I1g 111 1111- 1111111111111 11ss111t11111o11 111 111- j1111g'1-11 1111' lIl1'l1l111'I'S1l1IJ 111 1111- Q11111 111111 Scroll. Qulll and Scroll N1-1-111111 I111u': 111111 Smilh. 141111121 H111-k11111'1h. S111- M1-C1133 First lion-: N1llI'X.11l1 11. Mr, H111-S1-l. --.W-.....,.,.,,t ggcllolars ip, OVL, ervice qua gjfonors pd' . . Nahonal Honor Soc1e'ry I-'11111'1h limi: Sara .11Il11' '1'l'l'1l1'1l, A1111 IZ1111111, 121111 Sl11111l, 1121111 1111-k1-11s, 1111s1-1111113 1111111-, N11111-5 XK'11'111111111. S111- 1X11'f'llj, .I111111 P1111-1'51111, I2111-11i1- l,:1l111', A1 11lI11'1111'1S1ll1, .I1111 Knapp. Third Row: 1':11 W11I11-, .1EIll1' 11111-11, 1'1111ni1- R1l!lS1'1l, l.in1ia H211-k11ar111, Nam-5 111-1111511111 Nl'l'llIlll liow: Sandy I'11x11-ll. Mary 110115, YY1JI'lI'l1'CI'll13.1. 1111111 M1111-1-51111, 'I'11111's11111 Hr111111, I-'irst R1111: 1!1'111-1- 1311las, 1121111111 Ii1'1-1111-11, :WJll'V1l1 M1-31-1', .Ii111 1,1'1'I'f'. N11111' 1'1111g' 111 Rl 11111111-1' was Ill'Yl'l' lIl1'2lIll 111 l'1'S1 11p1111. 11111 11111x' 111 1111111 il lIl2ll1,S 111111 lllllg 1-111111g'11 111 1-11111111- 111111 111 11111 llll' 111111-1' 5111111-w11111 111g111-1'.'y 11115 1I111111- 1'1-p1'1-S1-1111-11 11ll' s1111111111'11 111 1111- lll1'Ill1D1'I'S 111 1111- N11111111111 H1111111' S11- l'1l'1y 111111 11l1' Q11111 111111 S111111. '1111 I11-1'111111- lll1'Ill11l'l'S 111 11l1' N11111111111 111111111' S111'11-ly. 5111111-111s w1-1'1- j1111g'1-11 1111 11l1'1l' s1-11111118111 1'1-1'111'11. 1111-11' 11-1111- 1'l'S1llIJ. 11l1'll' s1-1-v11'1- 111 1111- s1'1111111. 111111 1111-11' C11llI'2lC'1l'l'S. 1111- 11ig1111g111 171, 1111- ya-111' was 1111- 11111111111111 111 111-w II1l'1111Ul'l'S 1111111111-11 by 11 1'1-1-1-11111111 1111' 1111 IIl1'IIl1X'I'S 111111 11ll'1I' 111111-111s. f111l1'l' 1101111111-s 1111'111111-11 S1'111Ilg 111-1111111115 11111'111g 11111110- l'lllIl1Ilg'. IJll1l11S1l1llQ,' il s111111-111 1111'1-1'1111'y. 111111 W'OI'1i1llg' 1111 1'11111'1-ss11111s. 1,1-1-11'l'l'S NN'1'1'l' -11111 K1111pp, p1'1's1111-111: C11111111- 1iLlllSl'1l. x'11'1- IJI'l'S1C11'll1Q NllIll'5' YN'11'111111111, S111-1'1-taryg 111111 1i11s1-111111'y Uagv. 11'1-1151111-1'1 1111- 51111115111 was Miss Cobb. '1'111- Ill1'lIl1J1'1'S 111' llll' Q11111 111111 S111111. 1111111111-1' 111111111'111'y 111'g'11111x11111111. w1-1'1- 1-111151-11 1111' 1111-11' writing' 111v1111y by 1111- 1111111111 s111111s111's M11 15111-s1-1 111111 R112 M1111111. Afltxl' 111-ing' 1'1111s1-11 111' 1111- 1111'111 sp1111s111's. 1111- 5111111-1115 Sll15Ill111L'C1 W'1l211 11l1'y 1-V11 was 1111-11' 111-sl XVl'111I1g 111 1111- 1111111111111 11ss111t11111o11 111 111- j1111g'1-11 1111' lIl1'l1l111'I'S1l1IJ 111 1111- Q11111 111111 Scroll. Qulll and Scroll N1-1-111111 I111u': 111111 Smilh. 141111121 H111-k11111'1h. S111- M1-C1133 First lion-: N1llI'X.11l1 11. Mr, H111-S1-l. --.W-.....,.,.,,t ecor ing qze xj6gAb8'Af5 U-Ae ear Any yearbook is 'Lone per cent inspiration and ninety- nine per cent perspiration," and the HEIGHTS was no ex- ception. In order for the book to reach the students, hands in June, work was begun on the '58 HEIGHTS in April of last year. Editor Nancy Wichman, assistant editor Rose- mary Gage, and copy editors Nancy Heimsotli and Pam Wickens, working closely with Mr, Boesel, adviser, spent the summer months planning the layout and finishing the dummy. With the arrival of September the entire staff began working as a team to meet those all-important deadlines. Schedules for faculty and student pictures were the first concern. As the weeks passed the book began to take shape fpictures were mounted and went to the engraver, copy assignments were made and completed, work on the index was started, and the cover design was drawn and approved. Everyone pitched in when a sales campaign was conducted and a coke dance was given to help raise extra funds. As the year progressed deadlines arrived more often. The flurry of activity in Room 108 increased with each passing day as the clatter of typewriters lent to the grow- ing excitement. After school work continued as April 1, the final deadline approached. With this over the staff began proofreading copy from the printer and finishing last min- ute details. June finally arrived--too soon it seemed-and the book was completed and ready to be distributed. Snowed under by something more than the yearbook's trying respon- sibilities are Heights editors Rosemary Gage and Nancy VViehman. Heights "Jills of All Trades" Second Row: Diane Ainslie, Babs Rasmussen, Pam Butte-nob. First Row: Leigh Sandvig, Carol Bott. Kneeling: John Zubeek. Words, words, words! Copy editors Nancy Heimsoth and Pam VViekens are slaves to pencils, paper, typewriters, and deadlines. I38 Q1 'R ecor ing qze xj6gAb8'Af5 U-Ae ear Any yearbook is 'Lone per cent inspiration and ninety- nine per cent perspiration," and the HEIGHTS was no ex- ception. In order for the book to reach the students, hands in June, work was begun on the '58 HEIGHTS in April of last year. Editor Nancy Wichman, assistant editor Rose- mary Gage, and copy editors Nancy Heimsotli and Pam Wickens, working closely with Mr, Boesel, adviser, spent the summer months planning the layout and finishing the dummy. With the arrival of September the entire staff began working as a team to meet those all-important deadlines. Schedules for faculty and student pictures were the first concern. As the weeks passed the book began to take shape fpictures were mounted and went to the engraver, copy assignments were made and completed, work on the index was started, and the cover design was drawn and approved. Everyone pitched in when a sales campaign was conducted and a coke dance was given to help raise extra funds. As the year progressed deadlines arrived more often. The flurry of activity in Room 108 increased with each passing day as the clatter of typewriters lent to the grow- ing excitement. After school work continued as April 1, the final deadline approached. With this over the staff began proofreading copy from the printer and finishing last min- ute details. June finally arrived--too soon it seemed-and the book was completed and ready to be distributed. Snowed under by something more than the yearbook's trying respon- sibilities are Heights editors Rosemary Gage and Nancy VViehman. Heights "Jills of All Trades" Second Row: Diane Ainslie, Babs Rasmussen, Pam Butte-nob. First Row: Leigh Sandvig, Carol Bott. Kneeling: John Zubeek. Words, words, words! Copy editors Nancy Heimsoth and Pam VViekens are slaves to pencils, paper, typewriters, and deadlines. I38 Q1 'R 1' Ngag... Heighfs Mouniing Sfaff L4-ft to Right: Betsy King, Peggy Hirons, Carol Ruvskv, Sylvia Pl:-ffm-r. Heighls Index Slaff Svc-amd Row: Sully Janson. Kzithio Huyns- worth, Marilyn Nelson. First Row: Mary Juni- Shulsl-, Kathy liurkwlisl, .Iuniv llzirris. Heighfs Copy Slaff Second Row: Glyriis Rudd, Vicky Lestvr, Betty Snhweigcrdt, Ginny Sowinskl, Mr. Boosol. First Row: Dom-llzi lizuzvr, Yvrmnv Craig. Suv McCoy, Sylvia Fordl-s. I39 1' Ngag... Heighfs Mouniing Sfaff L4-ft to Right: Betsy King, Peggy Hirons, Carol Ruvskv, Sylvia Pl:-ffm-r. Heighls Index Slaff Svc-amd Row: Sully Janson. Kzithio Huyns- worth, Marilyn Nelson. First Row: Mary Juni- Shulsl-, Kathy liurkwlisl, .Iuniv llzirris. Heighfs Copy Slaff Second Row: Glyriis Rudd, Vicky Lestvr, Betty Snhweigcrdt, Ginny Sowinskl, Mr. Boosol. First Row: Dom-llzi lizuzvr, Yvrmnv Craig. Suv McCoy, Sylvia Fordl-s. I39 Cardinal Page Editors Left to Right: Gail Smith, Linda Haekbarth. Mary Jo Utt. Randy Virgil. Standing: Mr. Martin. fjzeir ine gs ibemvlbnes 54140, gj'QaJhnes I40 Once every two weeks on Friday during seventh hour the students of both AHS and PHS received visible evi- dence of the previous two weeks' work by the Cardinal staff. Work on the newspaper was begun at this time when the editors gave assignments to the reporters for the articles in the paper. When the copy, including the head- lines and captions had been written and revised, it was sent to Paddock Publications, where it was printed for the first time. During this time pictures were taken to help illustrate the articles. Whc'n the copy came back from the printer, it was proofread for errors and arranged on the pages for the final copy. It was then rushed to the printers for the final copy and was finally ready to be distributed to the students and faculty. Faculty adviser Mr. Martin selected the four editors fnews editor Gail Smith, editorial editor Linda Hack- barth, feature editor Mary -lo Utt, and sports editor Randy Virgilfin the spring of 1957 to head the newspaper. Se- lected to handle all business matters of the newspaper were Marilyn Tracy, exchange editorg Kathy Miller and Diana Kelly, co-business managersg Mary Jane Brine. copy editor: and Sally Moore and Judy Lips, co-advertising managers. Scott Adam supplied the snapshots of school activities. Loaded with school news Scott Adam, photo manager of the Cardinal. prepares to spread the word with the latest edition of the newspaper. Cardinal Page Editors Left to Right: Gail Smith, Linda Haekbarth. Mary Jo Utt. Randy Virgil. Standing: Mr. Martin. fjzeir ine gs ibemvlbnes 54140, gj'QaJhnes I40 Once every two weeks on Friday during seventh hour the students of both AHS and PHS received visible evi- dence of the previous two weeks' work by the Cardinal staff. Work on the newspaper was begun at this time when the editors gave assignments to the reporters for the articles in the paper. When the copy, including the head- lines and captions had been written and revised, it was sent to Paddock Publications, where it was printed for the first time. During this time pictures were taken to help illustrate the articles. Whc'n the copy came back from the printer, it was proofread for errors and arranged on the pages for the final copy. It was then rushed to the printers for the final copy and was finally ready to be distributed to the students and faculty. Faculty adviser Mr. Martin selected the four editors fnews editor Gail Smith, editorial editor Linda Hack- barth, feature editor Mary -lo Utt, and sports editor Randy Virgilfin the spring of 1957 to head the newspaper. Se- lected to handle all business matters of the newspaper were Marilyn Tracy, exchange editorg Kathy Miller and Diana Kelly, co-business managersg Mary Jane Brine. copy editor: and Sally Moore and Judy Lips, co-advertising managers. Scott Adam supplied the snapshots of school activities. Loaded with school news Scott Adam, photo manager of the Cardinal. prepares to spread the word with the latest edition of the newspaper. AK Cardinal Siaff Si-coml Row: istzinfiimzi Ed Moi-hiing, Nunn-y iiziki-r, .loam IN-lkua Dzivo KOCE'.iE1, Jim Cairns, Pull Mi-Gill, First Ilmv: Sui- Wi-sim-rlunzi Mr. Martin, Kathy Milli-r. .Iznnif-ii Clzxusinig, iizirh Wolclvn. Cardinal Managing Ediiors Li-ft: ftop to bottom! Kathy Millvr, Mary Juni- Brine, i7i.lIiil K4-II5 Right: Sully Moore, Judy Lips, Marilyn 'I'r:n'y. A table for two is the ordvr for Judy Rosa :ind Km-n Ilzxdlund who i-nifw 'v niuht of dancing.: und dining ut ii102li'll'1ll2li Stork Vlub Junior AK Cardinal Siaff Si-coml Row: istzinfiimzi Ed Moi-hiing, Nunn-y iiziki-r, .loam IN-lkua Dzivo KOCE'.iE1, Jim Cairns, Pull Mi-Gill, First Ilmv: Sui- Wi-sim-rlunzi Mr. Martin, Kathy Milli-r. .Iznnif-ii Clzxusinig, iizirh Wolclvn. Cardinal Managing Ediiors Li-ft: ftop to bottom! Kathy Millvr, Mary Juni- Brine, i7i.lIiil K4-II5 Right: Sully Moore, Judy Lips, Marilyn 'I'r:n'y. A table for two is the ordvr for Judy Rosa :ind Km-n Ilzxdlund who i-nifw 'v niuht of dancing.: und dining ut ii102li'll'1ll2li Stork Vlub Junior on 547101 C7212 jwggf 541441 qlze usic Participating in one of his favorite extra curricular activities is Lee Magnuson as he "kibitzes" while abstraetly petting the family eat. I42 Time: 9-12 P.M. Place: Medinah Country Club. Date: May 23. 1958. Purpose: To have a wonderful time. Dancing and dreaming to the music of Del Baker's or- chestra, more than four hundred Arlington couples in tux- edos and billowy pastel formals crowded Medinzth's ball- room on the night of junior Prom. The queen and her court were selected by members of the orchestra and pre- sented with bouquets. This evening had been preceded by three years' hard work by the juniors of sponsoring conces- sions and dances. When the money had been raised and ar- rangements for the band, country club, decorations, and refreshments completed, the juniors could finally lean back and enjoy their Prom. But all too soon the dance was over, the weekend gone, and all that remained were 21 pressed eorsage, a crumpled bid, and a million happy memories. Mindful of Kris Miller's frothy formal, her conscientious escort ex- tends a ehivalrous hand to help her from the ear at the Junior Prom. On other end of the line is Pat Graef who prefers telephone conver- sation to American History which was forgotten with thi- first ring. on 547101 C7212 jwggf 541441 qlze usic Participating in one of his favorite extra curricular activities is Lee Magnuson as he "kibitzes" while abstraetly petting the family eat. I42 Time: 9-12 P.M. Place: Medinah Country Club. Date: May 23. 1958. Purpose: To have a wonderful time. Dancing and dreaming to the music of Del Baker's or- chestra, more than four hundred Arlington couples in tux- edos and billowy pastel formals crowded Medinzth's ball- room on the night of junior Prom. The queen and her court were selected by members of the orchestra and pre- sented with bouquets. This evening had been preceded by three years' hard work by the juniors of sponsoring conces- sions and dances. When the money had been raised and ar- rangements for the band, country club, decorations, and refreshments completed, the juniors could finally lean back and enjoy their Prom. But all too soon the dance was over, the weekend gone, and all that remained were 21 pressed eorsage, a crumpled bid, and a million happy memories. Mindful of Kris Miller's frothy formal, her conscientious escort ex- tends a ehivalrous hand to help her from the ear at the Junior Prom. On other end of the line is Pat Graef who prefers telephone conver- sation to American History which was forgotten with thi- first ring. fjzefy 'll ememger 494 YVith thc first warm brat-za-s of Spring thc' scnior began to look around hiui and rcalizc' that this was it and Incm- oric-s hc-gan to tug and pull at his hand. Hu rmilc-iilht-r'vcl thc- fm-l ol' things . . . tht' flatncss of typc-writvr kc-ys. thc' warm ft-vling of a Cup of hot choco- latc at a football QZIIIIC. and thc- svcurc- fm-ling of a class ring that assures him that this is it, this is thv year. H0 l't'IIlt'IIllJt'I't'Cl tht' sound of things . . . thc sound of lockers gvink hurricdly slanuuvd. this sound of cafvtt-ria Chattcr, thu sound ol' tht- fin- alarm that intvrrupts that test at just thc right tinlv. and thc sound of thv thrc-0 Illllilltlx ht-ll that sc-nds 1-vt-1'yox1c scurrying for his first hour class, But suddvnly uivuiorivs wort- pushed into tht- hack- ground by thu- rt-alization that graduation was lwrc and that tht' daydrz-aux Callvd tht- futurc was thc rc-ality called tht- IJI'l'St'Ill. Now it was his turn to walk across tht' stage. It St'l'Illi'll likm' a long way to him, hut thvn hc had Come a long way alrvady. That diploma i'vpn-sclittfcl four years of work, four yn-ars which hc would rt'int'1nhf'r for it long tirnc. "t'om.:raIulations, old man," says senior Donn Ht-dhcrg to follow graduatt- 'I'om I-'arrand who conpzrzitulzits- 1-zu-h otht-r on joh woll donv. fjzefy 'll ememger 494 YVith thc first warm brat-za-s of Spring thc' scnior began to look around hiui and rcalizc' that this was it and Incm- oric-s hc-gan to tug and pull at his hand. Hu rmilc-iilht-r'vcl thc- fm-l ol' things . . . tht' flatncss of typc-writvr kc-ys. thc' warm ft-vling of a Cup of hot choco- latc at a football QZIIIIC. and thc- svcurc- fm-ling of a class ring that assures him that this is it, this is thv year. H0 l't'IIlt'IIllJt'I't'Cl tht' sound of things . . . thc sound of lockers gvink hurricdly slanuuvd. this sound of cafvtt-ria Chattcr, thu sound ol' tht- fin- alarm that intvrrupts that test at just thc right tinlv. and thc sound of thv thrc-0 Illllilltlx ht-ll that sc-nds 1-vt-1'yox1c scurrying for his first hour class, But suddvnly uivuiorivs wort- pushed into tht- hack- ground by thu- rt-alization that graduation was lwrc and that tht' daydrz-aux Callvd tht- futurc was thc rc-ality called tht- IJI'l'St'Ill. Now it was his turn to walk across tht' stage. It St'l'Illi'll likm' a long way to him, hut thvn hc had Come a long way alrvady. That diploma i'vpn-sclittfcl four years of work, four yn-ars which hc would rt'int'1nhf'r for it long tirnc. "t'om.:raIulations, old man," says senior Donn Ht-dhcrg to follow graduatt- 'I'om I-'arrand who conpzrzitulzits- 1-zu-h otht-r on joh woll donv. 1, k 4 ,. Q19-Qigiimv ME- , 1' Lf 1' 1-if , K gh' . X :SQL-1 " K, . ' I ' . ' 1 U X' L . 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Ljzelyafe unning QQ archnal iyans DU ssh ws' Arlington cross 4-oantry mon and lhoir vompvtilion may look likc Cross c-ountry runm-rs Bob Ta1:g:0rt, Ron Marks, and AI llutr-h 1-ommuta-rs running.: fora train, hut thx-5' an- running for victory. inson, rlisvovvr quir-k trip around homo lravk "lJr4-alhlakim:.' I45 'ITD Varsify Cross Couniry i Third Row: Hill Koopman, llivk I'lamh4-4'k, Ifrmi Fish:-r, Doug.: Lm-lik'-. llill Ilomlgv, Tony Nlt'j1'I', lion limo:-pflw. .Im-rry Kouxmanofl S14'ilU.LI'2IlJl'Y'. .lim 'Fran-r. .Ian Rogozinski, .Ion lim-nrud. Don Nfrdl- First Ilou: Ron Marks. Los Vaughana Al Hal:-hinson, lioh 'I'aggarI af-:lt Sw-mul Row: Mrt Allis. llrum- Slim-, Ron S4-lmrovrh-r, Cvurgm' .Iolm .'XHd4'Y'SUl'I, Kvn Vourlm-r. Ljzelyafe unning QQ archnal iyans DU ssh ws' Arlington cross 4-oantry mon and lhoir vompvtilion may look likc Cross c-ountry runm-rs Bob Ta1:g:0rt, Ron Marks, and AI llutr-h 1-ommuta-rs running.: fora train, hut thx-5' an- running for victory. inson, rlisvovvr quir-k trip around homo lravk "lJr4-alhlakim:.' I45 Frosh-Soph Cross Country Third Row: Mr. Meissner, John Newhard, Wes Anson, Chuck Phelan, Dave Palmer, Don Henry, David Adams, Mike Castor. Second Row: John Wallrich, Jose Ortiz, Richard Carlson, Reggie Hawkinson, Jeff Louthain, Armando Palomo, Tom Salken. First Row: Ken Anderson, Dan Carlsen, Mike Field, Biff Blair, Earl Peacock. Chuck Tomanek, Dave Price. Setting an outstanding record in their dual meets, the Arlington varsity cross country runners this year wound up the season with ten wins and two losses. Five of these wins were racked up against non-conference schools. The complete conference record was five wins and two losses for third place. In the all-conference run, which was held at La Grange, the Card varsity squad took a close fourth place. The total record put Arlington in a tie for third place in the conference with Hinsdale. The varsity runners also participated in the district cross country run, which was held at Maine. The team took fourth place, and Ron Marks qualified for the downstate run at Urbana, The frosh-soph cross country team participated in seven conference dual meets in which they won four and lost three, finishing fourth in the conference. They also had one non-conference meet against Palatine, which they lost. In the all conference run at La Grange the frosh-soph runners finished fourth. The Cardinal varsity cross country team was under the leadership and direction of Coach Russ Attis, while the boys of the frosh-soph team were coached by Bob Meissner. I46 "Where's the fire'."' Cross country Bill Dodge has that fiery spirit that provides an extra burst of speed as he approaches the finish line. 9556 1 an ex! H5156 Frosh-Soph Cross Country Third Row: Mr. Meissner, John Newhard, Wes Anson, Chuck Phelan, Dave Palmer, Don Henry, David Adams, Mike Castor. Second Row: John Wallrich, Jose Ortiz, Richard Carlson, Reggie Hawkinson, Jeff Louthain, Armando Palomo, Tom Salken. First Row: Ken Anderson, Dan Carlsen, Mike Field, Biff Blair, Earl Peacock. Chuck Tomanek, Dave Price. Setting an outstanding record in their dual meets, the Arlington varsity cross country runners this year wound up the season with ten wins and two losses. Five of these wins were racked up against non-conference schools. The complete conference record was five wins and two losses for third place. In the all-conference run, which was held at La Grange, the Card varsity squad took a close fourth place. The total record put Arlington in a tie for third place in the conference with Hinsdale. The varsity runners also participated in the district cross country run, which was held at Maine. The team took fourth place, and Ron Marks qualified for the downstate run at Urbana, The frosh-soph cross country team participated in seven conference dual meets in which they won four and lost three, finishing fourth in the conference. They also had one non-conference meet against Palatine, which they lost. In the all conference run at La Grange the frosh-soph runners finished fourth. The Cardinal varsity cross country team was under the leadership and direction of Coach Russ Attis, while the boys of the frosh-soph team were coached by Bob Meissner. I46 "Where's the fire'."' Cross country Bill Dodge has that fiery spirit that provides an extra burst of speed as he approaches the finish line. 9556 1 an new H5156 "Whrmps! This hunks liki- Il dm-url 1-nfl stron-tl" rvmarks Donny Thill :is hi- runs into opposition in thi- form of two dotvrminvd fi-llows. icqs in acyers fjvackle ongb Compefifion Varsily Foolball Fourth llmv: lfurr John-ns, Miki- Iiilklfflililll, George Stull, Ki-n Had- lziml, Alxxin Sims:-, Tram llvnkvl, Lot- Askvlof. M01 Frlvncl, Ralph Unrciurh, IH-tv Andi-rson, Larry Smith, Bill Oldzikvr, Kr-nt Kurtz. Vhuvk I-Ilslv. Third Row: Mr. RUSS, Mr. And0I'son, Dick NiCk6'ls0H, .Xl S1-yi:-r, .le-ssh Nt-hf, Boh WN:-il, Dwight Zwvmun, Chzirh-s Nt-umzmn, llaili- iiiillii-nlii-im-r. Put Buivk, Ilan: Hbvrt, Huh Wzigm-r, Fr:-cl iii-:lm-hi-irk. limi Whitt-lziw. Mr. Svott. Mr. Wissvn. Mr. Ormshce. Sec-mul row: Ed Schumzicllur, Larry Lccpor, Bill Fischer, Leigh Moore, Bob Barbour, Dun Ahmur, Frank Wuuclruff, llzivo Sm-nksi-11, John Bochmur. John Lussow, Dennis Thlll, John Licbunow. First Row: Tom Kc-nnicott, Al Sander, Jack Wubor, Howie Borg, Ruger Furla-ipzh, Grteg Rust-, Bob Crcvistun, Ralph Willv, Dt-:in Svhnm-vk, Binh Mors, Jim Pm-ry, Don Gcrkcn. I47 "Whrmps! This hunks liki- Il dm-url 1-nfl stron-tl" rvmarks Donny Thill :is hi- runs into opposition in thi- form of two dotvrminvd fi-llows. icqs in acyers fjvackle ongb Compefifion Varsily Foolball Fourth llmv: lfurr John-ns, Miki- Iiilklfflililll, George Stull, Ki-n Had- lziml, Alxxin Sims:-, Tram llvnkvl, Lot- Askvlof. M01 Frlvncl, Ralph Unrciurh, IH-tv Andi-rson, Larry Smith, Bill Oldzikvr, Kr-nt Kurtz. Vhuvk I-Ilslv. Third Row: Mr. RUSS, Mr. And0I'son, Dick NiCk6'ls0H, .Xl S1-yi:-r, .le-ssh Nt-hf, Boh WN:-il, Dwight Zwvmun, Chzirh-s Nt-umzmn, llaili- iiiillii-nlii-im-r. Put Buivk, Ilan: Hbvrt, Huh Wzigm-r, Fr:-cl iii-:lm-hi-irk. limi Whitt-lziw. Mr. Svott. Mr. Wissvn. Mr. Ormshce. Sec-mul row: Ed Schumzicllur, Larry Lccpor, Bill Fischer, Leigh Moore, Bob Barbour, Dun Ahmur, Frank Wuuclruff, llzivo Sm-nksi-11, John Bochmur. John Lussow, Dennis Thlll, John Licbunow. First Row: Tom Kc-nnicott, Al Sander, Jack Wubor, Howie Borg, Ruger Furla-ipzh, Grteg Rust-, Bob Crcvistun, Ralph Willv, Dt-:in Svhnm-vk, Binh Mors, Jim Pm-ry, Don Gcrkcn. I47 C5 'D 709 mal 4, ,lilly 6 'tat ' """ Q43-1 .B ffl C5 U aw' ig mf. v . 4 'S' gjlgyyy L , W- ' t ' fit 'lim My ...!- 4 -3 ? l c ti a 3 lit, if tit' My , t 1 M. Nw? GS 3 41 111k 2212 2 twig f , Frosh-Soph Foolball lftnurtli Row: 'l'tm1 t'hi'ixtiansttn. lliwli Got-ltz, liill Swltttmanti. Iloh Ht-tllit-rg. Skip Garrison, Rivli Joltnslon. Petri Massa, llivk l'assi1tort-. Ia-t-lilt-X, John Blillt-r. Ray 'Vt-hort-ki Htirh 'l'allitst'h, Miko Nash. .lim Magnuson. John lit-t-kmzm, I'hil Sliaw. Frt-tl Sliipmani Lt-it llivk IMNIIIN. Kurt Xiittmt-rman. John Lopata. Third Rtm: Hutt Shultz. First limv: Pt-tv Motisi, .xllt-n Vllrivk. Hoy Kltthm, Art 'l't-rht-ll. Phil tlttstafstm, HI'Llt't' l1'it'hIty Dill Anrlrt-xx. liuz fmt-11, Ron Nihlin, .-Xl NYt-slttrgfzlzlrti. Gt-no Daltltgtttst, Blikt- Iluntly, fit-orgw llorlt llost-ls, Tom Simmons. lllll Harrington, Dan Strivgt-li Antliony IJ.-mils Svlmt-t'k, Gatiimrm I':t5nt-. llill Nlt'Nlillan. Mr. Ilot-N-. min t'arl4,1.tf, Imit- Slwxrtw, tlt-tvr'5.Ct- lil'JII1t'. Not-nntl Row: Mr, Htwk 2 , l48 Altt-1' yt-als ol' st,-coml division football the Cards iituipttd to ivotirth plact' with ont- ol tht- st'hool's ht'st fool- hall tvams. 'I'wt-lvtt lt-ttt-mit-n, illfillliillg' tt'u st-niors. startvd thtt svasoit. 'l'ht-5' wt-tt' t'oat'ht-tl hy Mr, Ormslut-t-. Mr. Scott, N111 Ross. and NIV. XYiSSl'Il. 'I'ht- Birds t'nclt-cl tht- svason with an ovt-rail l'CCOl'Ci of 5-2-l and placvd four boys on thtv XVCSL Suhurhzm All- Cittlli-t'l'L'llCC llillllfxlllfii XYt'Imt-tg Hob Nlors. Tom Crt-y. and Grt-g Rostz Picktml as most valuahlt- varsity PiilB't'l' ol' tht- 'yvai' was Ralph Wills. olilwt-tlsivt' guard, Only mishap ol tht' season oct't1t'1't'd in tht' Hinsdale gamtz Arlington'S HftIl1l'L'tTlllillQ, wht-n lt-ttcrmait Dau- Blll'4'Il stti'l't-rt-tl a hrokcil lt-g in tht' xt't'oud hall. This httrt tht- Cards, lint' for tht- l'l'IIlLliIlCii'I' oi tht' yt'at'. 'Iiht' stiztsoti startvtl with tht' clt'1't-ating oi four Straight lthlllls Lt-xtlt-11. Rix't'rsitlt'-Brools.l'itlltl, York, and Hinsclalt- at out' HiJllli'1'llI1liIlQ. In tht' Rivt-rsiclt' gamt' lioh Niors ran wild lion' lin' totlchclowils to svt ll nt-xv School 1't-Cord. At Xiaiut-'s IkiOlIll'COIllillg tht- Cartls wt'1't- a Qit'll'l'llliI10Ci lot wht-h thtty took tht' fivlcl, hut tht- rtmning ol' Vit' Pagvl and lt'1'i'x' W1-iss dowttvd tht- Cards 26-lil, .-Xftvt' tht- Nlaint' gamt- i'Xl'iiI'lQlOIl fought lot' a lb-lil tit- with llowut-t'rt. A lov to Laflrattgv I'llilll'Ci tht- Birds' hops-s for thirtl pl.tt't- in tht' ftllli-t'l'l'lli'l' and Illlliil' a Dads' night tiowtl x't'1'3' unhappy. 'l'ht' yt-at' linisht-tl on a ltappy notv- a win ovvt' Ciit'l1iJ21I'Li. t'o:it-h Stwltt looks at tlit-t':1rtlf ltr llmttt-ll tht- l'ulurt- ot' thu Arlington munity' tt-am in tht- louuh XYMI Sulittrlmzln t'onl't-r't'nt't- voiitiwtitioit C5 'D 709 mal 4, ,lilly 6 'tat ' """ Q43-1 .B ffl C5 U aw' ig mf. v . 4 'S' gjlgyyy L , W- ' t ' fit 'lim My ...!- 4 -3 ? l c ti a 3 lit, if tit' My , t 1 M. Nw? GS 3 41 111k 2212 2 twig f , Frosh-Soph Foolball lftnurtli Row: 'l'tm1 t'hi'ixtiansttn. lliwli Got-ltz, liill Swltttmanti. Iloh Ht-tllit-rg. Skip Garrison, Rivli Joltnslon. Petri Massa, llivk l'assi1tort-. Ia-t-lilt-X, John Blillt-r. Ray 'Vt-hort-ki Htirh 'l'allitst'h, Miko Nash. .lim Magnuson. John lit-t-kmzm, I'hil Sliaw. Frt-tl Sliipmani Lt-it llivk IMNIIIN. Kurt Xiittmt-rman. John Lopata. Third Rtm: Hutt Shultz. First limv: Pt-tv Motisi, .xllt-n Vllrivk. Hoy Kltthm, Art 'l't-rht-ll. Phil tlttstafstm, HI'Llt't' l1'it'hIty Dill Anrlrt-xx. liuz fmt-11, Ron Nihlin, .-Xl NYt-slttrgfzlzlrti. Gt-no Daltltgtttst, Blikt- Iluntly, fit-orgw llorlt llost-ls, Tom Simmons. lllll Harrington, Dan Strivgt-li Antliony IJ.-mils Svlmt-t'k, Gatiimrm I':t5nt-. llill Nlt'Nlillan. Mr. Ilot-N-. min t'arl4,1.tf, Imit- Slwxrtw, tlt-tvr'5.Ct- lil'JII1t'. Not-nntl Row: Mr, Htwk 2 , l48 Altt-1' yt-als ol' st,-coml division football the Cards iituipttd to ivotirth plact' with ont- ol tht- st'hool's ht'st fool- hall tvams. 'I'wt-lvtt lt-ttt-mit-n, illlilllilllg' tt'u st-mime. startvd thtt svasoit. 'l'ht-5' wt-tt' t'oat'ht-tl hy Mr, Ormslut-t-. Mr. Scott, N111 Ross. and NIV. XYiSSl'Il. 'I'ht- Birds t'nclt-cl tht- svason with an ovt-rail l'CCOl'Ci of 5-2-l and placvd four boys on thtv XVCSL Suhurhzm All- Cittlli-t'l'L'llCC llillllfxlllfii XYt'Imt-tg Hob Nlors. Tom Crt-y. and Grt-g Rostz Picktml as most valuahlt- varsity PiilB't'l' ol' tht- 'yvai' was Ralph Wills. olilwt-tlsivt' guard, Only mishap ol tht' season oct't1t'1't'd in tht' Hinsdale gamtz Arlington'S HftIl1l'L'tTlllillQ, wht-n lt-ttcrmait Dau- Blll'4'Il stti'l't-rt-tl a hrokcil lt-g in tht' xt't'oud hall. This httrt tht- Cards, lint' for tht- l'l'IIlLliIlCii'I' oi tht' yt'at'. 'Iiht' stiztsoti startvtl with tht' clt'1't-ating oi four Straight lthlllls Lt-xtlt-11. Rix't'rsitlt'-Brools.l'itlltl, York, and Hinsclalt- at out' HiJllli'1'llI1liIlQ. In tht' Rivt-rsiclt' gamt' lioh Niors ran wild lion' lin' totlchclowils to svt ll nt-xv School 1't-Cord. At Xiaiut-'s IkiOlIll'COIllillg tht- Cartls wt'1't- a Qit'll'l'llliI10Ci lot wht-h thtty took tht' fivlcl, hut tht- rtmning ol' Vit' Pagvl and lt'1'i'x' W1-iss dowttvd tht- Cards 26-lil, .-Xftvt' tht- Nlaint' gamt- i'Xl'iiI'lQlOIl fought lot' a lb-lil tit- with llowut-t'rt. A lov to Laflrattgv I'llilll'Ci tht- Birds' hops-s for thirtl pl.tt't- in tht' ftllli-t'l'l'lli'l' and Illlliil' a Dads' night tiowtl x't'1'3' unhappy. 'l'ht' yt-at' linisht-tl on a ltappy notv- a win ovvt' Ciit'l1iJ21I'Li. t'o:it-h Stwltt looks at tlit-t':1rtlf ltr llmttt-ll tht- l'ulurt- ot' thu Arlington munity' tt-am in tht- louuh XYMI Sulittrlmzln t'onl't-r't'nt't- voiitiwtitioit .f .X 3 A4 ,Pa A 00 X a w ' l . A si' X ' :Q Q My . 1:':'.: , .lg-5 '- , AU '-ui" vig-i'::'i '51-27 -Fr ,. , .. '.s-,- It izlije Dr:-aming of tho fuiurl- is frushman football managvr liriuw- Sullivan. who puts himsvlf in thv olhm-r guys shirt hut finds ii mlm-sn'i fit yvi. no . ' If A ,im , i I Frosh Foolball Fourth Row: Mr. Down-ll, In-nnis Leonard, Jim Minikol, Darryl Phillips, Stan 1.01-rm-l, Nil-k Tultlu, Miko Hogarty, Gary Thomas. Tommy 'l'hlvlm-. 'l'im Hunlvr. Third Row: Frank Hormvs. Tom l'c-trusllm, Cl:-nr1.:u Ibillvy, Imn Holslandvr, Hill Zadol, M01 Aukarnp, 'Fc-rry Mlllvr, Rivh Pldvlblutm-, Bob VYl'I11h0Ll0I', I-'roddy Froyd, Mr. Hs-nson. Sf-com! Row: Ed Mc-Cahv, Tum Mc-rritt, Rivky 1.11-pvr, KL-ith Grams, Tim O'Gurman, Miki- O'Conna-ll, Run Kranz, 'l'im Mitvholl, John Bergmann, Mr. Aldrich. First Row: Rohm-rt llutvhin- son, Richard Ligon, Jim Ungaro, Gary Gull:-it, Mikv Km-nig, .Il-rry Halvvrson, Gorry Willn, Gvrald G4-hrko, lirum- Sullivan. I49 .f .X 3 A4 ,Pa A 00 X a w ' l . A si' X ' :Q Q My . 1:':'.: , .lg-5 '- , AU '-ui" vig-i'::'i '51-27 -Fr ,. , .. '.s-,- It izlije Dr:-aming of tho fuiurl- is frushman football managvr liriuw- Sullivan. who puts himsvlf in thv olhm-r guys shirt hut finds ii mlm-sn'i fit yvi. no . ' If A ,im , i I Frosh Foolball Fourth Row: Mr. Down-ll, In-nnis Leonard, Jim Minikol, Darryl Phillips, Stan 1.01-rm-l, Nil-k Tultlu, Miko Hogarty, Gary Thomas. Tommy 'l'hlvlm-. 'l'im Hunlvr. Third Row: Frank Hormvs. Tom l'c-trusllm, Cl:-nr1.:u Ibillvy, Imn Holslandvr, Hill Zadol, M01 Aukarnp, 'Fc-rry Mlllvr, Rivh Pldvlblutm-, Bob VYl'I11h0Ll0I', I-'roddy Froyd, Mr. Hs-nson. Sf-com! Row: Ed Mc-Cahv, Tum Mc-rritt, Rivky 1.11-pvr, KL-ith Grams, Tim O'Gurman, Miki- O'Conna-ll, Run Kranz, 'l'im Mitvholl, John Bergmann, Mr. Aldrich. First Row: Rohm-rt llutvhin- son, Richard Ligon, Jim Ungaro, Gary Gull:-it, Mikv Km-nig, .Il-rry Halvvrson, Gorry Willn, Gvrald G4-hrko, lirum- Sullivan. I49 I 4 Tlu-y ve I't'i1llX got that spirit! Kris Miller, Judy Fitz-Patrick. Buzzing abcut Z1 honey of il new cheering routine are PH Pep und .lill liroudwell, Pep Club officers, back Cards all the way. Club officers Sandy Dodds, Joyce Maisel, and Barb Youngren. ' 'f win 5 04,014 F f P 3 57 PFW P Ort-In-sis mt-mhers take the basketball fans back to the flapper era during.: an half-time entertainment program with an energetic dance. l50 Flashing silver batons and dexterity to music described the Cardettes, familiar decorations at football and basket- ball games. The girls also appeared at Northwestern Uni- versity's Homecoming Parade. Under the supervision of band director, Mr. Schmoyer. the Cardettes developed their own baton and pompon routines, two of which en- abled them to walk off with superior ratings at the Dis- trict Miisic Contest. Another familiar sight at football and basketball games were the members of the Pep Clubs. Frequent meetings with the cheerleaders helped the girls keep up on the new- est cheers. Under the supervision of Mr. Sims. the Arling- ton branch was lcd by .Iudie Fitz-Patrick, president: .lill Broadwell, veep: and Kris Miller, secretary-treasurer. At PHS in addition to backing their teams at all home games the Pep Club members presented skits during pep assem- blies and made posters promoting school spirit. The Pros- pect branch was under the direction of Sandy Dobbs, pres- ident: Joyce Maisel, veepg and Barb Youngren, secretary- treasurer. Also an organization for talented girls was Orchesis. a modern dance group. These girls, chosen at tryouts in the spring of the preceding year, made up their own dance routines with the help of Miss Joanne Austin. The girls appeared at three basketball games, the Talent Show, Operetta. Easter assembly, and various other programs. I 4 Tlu-y ve I't'i1llX got that spirit! Kris Miller, Judy Fitz-Patrick. Buzzing abcut Z1 honey of il new cheering routine are PH Pep und .lill liroudwell, Pep Club officers, back Cards all the way. Club officers Sandy Dodds, Joyce Maisel, and Barb Youngren. ' 'f win 5 04,014 F f P 3 57 PFW P Ort-lit-sis mt-mhers take the basketball fans back to the flapper era during.: an half-time entertainment program with an energetic dance. l50 Flashing silver batons and dexterity to music described the Carclettes, familiar decorations at football and basket- ball games. The girls also appeared at Northwestern Uni- versity's Homecoming Parade. Under the supervision of band director, Mr. Schmoyer. the Cardettes developed their own baton and poinpon routines, two of which en- abled them to walk off with superior ratings at the Dis- trict Miisic Contest. Another familiar sight at football and basketball games were the members of the Pep Clubs. Frequent meetings with the cheerleaders helped the girls keep up on the new- est cheers. Under the supervision of Mr. Sims. the Arling- ton branch was lcd by .Iudie Fitz-Patrick, president: .lill Broadwell, veep: and Kris Miller, secretary-treasurer. At PHS in addition to backing their teams at all home games the Pep Club members presented skits during pep assein- blies and made posters promoting school spirit. The Pros- pect branch was under the direction of Sandy Dobbs, pres- ident: Joyce Maisel, veepg and Barb Youngren, secretary- treasurer. Also an organization for talented girls was Orchesis. a modern dance group. These girls, chosen at tryouts in the spring of the preceding year, made up their own dance routines with the help of Miss Joanne Austin. The girls appeared at three basketball games, the Talent Show, Operetta. Easter assembly, and various other programs. 3 l ,xl lgb EQ Q if fix: K D T , I 'K 'Q AM K ' K ' lykf 4: a Mi iv . 5 fu ' jf W A As, f f W 3 , . 0-Sr' Q?A,i .f ,H we V G 4'-, ' L. - S Q .f Qi i 1' W bw' , Q I A lf? i ' l f - i " 'A' 3 l ,xl lgb EQ Q if fix: K D T , I 'K 'Q AM K ' K ' lykf 4: a Mi iv . 5 fu ' jf W A As, f f W 3 , . 0-Sr' Q?A,i .f ,H we V G 4'-, ' L. - S Q .f Qi i 1' W bw' , Q I L lf? i ' l f - i " 'A' Varsiry Cheerleaders Top to Bottom: Murly Gatts, Sandy Powell. Judy Keppen. Simone Mulehow, Vieki Mogzren. Judy Lips. ' N 3 4 5 'B O ,fr-in . i A 0 is 31.34 'fu ' ,"Z, V iL,V V .1 2 1 f K f .XWMHMKM 0 . 1 my-f" 4 Nh- 'Jr L ww' .ak Frosh Cheerleaders Left to Righi: Linda Sehnc-berger, Sally Wit-hnmn. Czircvlyn 'l'r:u'y, Terry Barbour, Lynda Eaton, Nancy Larsen. G O QPPGVS "Come on, you kids, let's hear it now! Let's really yell itli' With such encouragement from the eighteen cheerleaders of Arlington and Prospect High School, the student body cheered its teams on to victory. Positions on both the varsity and sophomore squads were filled at the tryouts held the previous spring. In fall after a Cheerleading clinic, conducted hy these Cheerlead- ers, the frosh squad was chosen. The varsity cheerleaders, led by Vicki Mogreng the sophomore cheerleaders, headed by Elinor Berg, and the frosh squad, captained by Linda Schneberger, led cheers at all home and away games. A substitution occurred on the varsity squad when ,ludy Lips broke her arm. Pam VVickens took her place temporarily. The squads were under the direction of Miss Carol Duthie and Mr. David Lindeman. Soph Cheerleaders Left to Right: Jeanie Gutru, Betty Berg, Carol Kzisl, Laurie Huiz- mann. Linda Close, Joan Trude. Varsiry Cheerleaders Top to Bottom: Murly Gatts, Sandy Powell. Judy Keppen. Simone Mulehow, Vieki Mogzren. Judy Lips. ' N 3 4 5 'B O ,fr-in . i A 0 is 31.34 'fu ' ,"Z, V iL,V V .1 5 1 f K f .XWMHMKM 0 . 1 my-f" 4 Nh- 'Jr L ww' .ak Frosh Cheerleaders Left to Righi: Linda Sehnc-berger, Sally Wit-hnmn. Czircvlyn 'l'r:u'y, Terry Barbour, Lynda Eaton, Nancy Larsen. G O QPPGVS "Come on, you kids, let's hear it now! Let's really yell itli' With such encouragement from the eighteen cheerleaders of Arlington and Prospect High School, the student body cheered its teams on to victory. Positions on both the varsity and sophomore squads were filled at the tryouts held the previous spring. In fall after a Cheerleading clinic, conducted hy these Cheerlead- ers, the frosh squad was chosen. The varsity cheerleaders, led by Vicki Mogreng the sophomore cheerleaders, headed by Elinor Berg, and the frosh squad, captained by Linda Schneberger, led cheers at all home and away games. A substitution occurred on the varsity squad when ,ludy Lips broke her arm. Pam VVickens took her place temporarily. The squads were under the direction of Miss Carol Duthie and Mr. David Lindeman. Soph Cheerleaders Left to Right: Jeanie Gutru, Betty Berg, Carol Kzisl, Laurie Huiz- mann. Linda Close, Joan Trude. aslwfs usf 04 :Drop f nckefgall V l 1 f 1 f I I Q J f . A 1 g 7 fy ' 4 I r' , . V. I . , K . f f , ' -v i , . , lklllti llllxlul :N lm' lln- lvmlx, lfnl' Illm- Lknrclinzulrz llml lx' Yznlxlly Inns! in-tlmll I-lsuyvr .lnvk W1-lu-1' lm-is ll5 xxllll Iln lmll I'u1'zn1m1l1m-1' lmfllv-l. . It 7 ,f f ,v lf. , A 1 ,I 4.1 X .f 'Q f V, I f' A In : VV , 5 5 ' l' f l I ,bf Varsify Baskelball N4-1-mul Ilmv: .lim lluglu-s. lmn ilvrkr-n, .Invk XXX-In-r, lid NX'l1nls-lzm. lhmll l,m'luumci, Imn llnmgl-11, llnll Nurs, .lulm Amin-rxnn, I-'in-st Row: " 'W ' Xlr. l:HllJll'. 'l'nm Hwy, lmi 1'm't1-mx. lima-I' l'I'4'2llllt'T', Imp M:1gnusm1. .Xlnn lluts-lminsunl Iluu- Ynrnrulu, 'Vcuny Vlulllllllilb, llruvr- l5,im'kluncl. IS3 aslwfs usf 04 :Drop f nckefgall V l 1 f 1 f I I Q J f . A 1 g 7 fy ' 4 I r' , . V. I . , K . f f , ' -v i , . , lklllti llllxlul :N lm' lln- lvmlx, lfnl' Illm- Lknrclinzulrz llml lx' Yznlxlly Inns! in-tlmll I-lsuyvr .lnvk W1-lu-1' lm-is ll5 xxllll Iln lmll I'u1'zn1m1l1m-1' lmfllv-l. . It 7 ,f f ,v lf. , A 1 ,I 4.1 X .f 'Q f V, I f' A In : VV , 5 5 ' l' f l I ,bf Varsify Baskelball N4-1-mul Ilmv: .lim lluglu-s. lmn ilvrkr-n, .Invk XXX-In-r, lid NX'l1nls-lzm. lhmll l,m'luumci, Imn llnmgl-11, llnll Nurs, .lulm Anrlvrxnn, I-'in-st Row: " 'W ' Xlr. l:HllJll'. 'l'nm Hwy, lmi 1'm't1-mx. lima-I' l'I'4'2llllt'T', Imp M:1gnusm1. .Xlnn lluts-lminsunl Iluu- Ynrnrulu, 'Vcuny Vlulllllllilb, llruvr- l5,im'kluncl. IS3 Bound qor arsifcy cln't't'tion of Fiztnk Bullitt' finisht-cl tht' svttsmi with gt rt't'ord ol' 1-lt'x't'n Wim and twvlvt' lussvs. In YYSC play tht- Cards won fin' amd droppt-d nine for sixth plzuiv. Leading tht Qtttztfk for Cnztch Pmhztc wt-rt' 4-0-ctlptaiiis lfhttcv lijorkltuicl. wnioi' Quarcl, and limb I,ockwootl. st-nint' iiOl'NX'2ll'li. Otht-1 st u ting tt-inn was diviclvtl uniting svxlinrs Dim BOI'gl'I1 and Alam Hutt-hinson amd junior Iliivt- Vzirnztcln. Cnzlcli Ken Schzxllc-i"s hwmsii-sopl'1 Biixlivs finisht-cl third in tht- XYSC with tvn wins and Your lnsst-s. 'l'l1t-ii' ovctitll wards Carl NILISSQI7 Iiuh Inman. :md Dun SlI'it'Q2li, Ccntci Dtutcly. lht- il'i'Sl1lIlilIl Slllllili svt zm Arlington l't't'cwt'cl hy hvmq tht' only ttvun in tht' history of tliv school to go uncle' Iic-ntt-cl. Coztcli 'lt-cl XN'issvxi,s sqtind was lt-cl hy guzutls Ks-ith Grzuus Lind Rt-tl Lussow. who wt-it' tht' IULIIIIYS higfh sfoix-i's V i.0I'XVLll'Cl Fit-tl Eiupkivg amd l'l'llIl'l' Dick Pithitviy 'liht' othci .IIIHIUV XIIFSIIX vugt-1' Ind Hllitttlztxx' Smurf-ht'S Iur at waxy out nl tht- wxiut- ht- wt-ins lu hi- vuughl iI'l1Ixlk'2ll1l mutt- Mikt-NYul'11vt-IwItmlcsnii ' ' , Soph Baske+ball Svc-mul lion: llivk l':i5wiim't-, MV. St-hzillt-I1 Imvt- Riplt-5. Frzutkt- Hill Spmnvr, Bill Lips. Fir-.t Run: Iflivky Iizirdzu-li. l'hu1'k l'ht-lain. I-Iutun, .Iuhn Ut-1-kitiziiil .Xl Krust-, 'Vnfltl t't-ru-nkzi. 'Vrnn i:Q'I'LQSlI'Hl1l, Hit-ky Julmstun, Gvorgt- Burk. Miki' llulidy, Ilan Stn-igt-l, Curl Mussu. Hilti- Nash. Skip iillI'I'iSflI1. Ibvnnis Hunt, John Milli-11 lit-n Imugztn. Hob Inmzml Phil Gustafson, tit-nv IJ:-thlquisl. I 54 AHS vqirsity httfkt-tt't'1's in thvii' first yvzu' unch-1' thtx IIllllIlSll1yS nl tht' squad wt-rv 'luck YM-ht-1', st-nim' l'l'I1lt'l'. mtl Let Nlztgntison. junior guttrnl. Tht- fifth plain- of thc tt-c'm'cl was Iii-5. Rt-gulars for Cmtclt Schzillc-1' wt-rc for- Rivkx' lohnston, imcl Qtittrtls Gt-nv IVJlliliCIl1iSI and Nlikt' lim'xvgt1'd wits uwuztllv t-ithvt' Nifk 'liuttlv rn' 'linni Kit-iuvnt. Bound qor arsifcy cln'm'timi of Flllllii liolitxc' linisht-cl tht' svusmi with gt i1't'ord ol' 1-lt'x't'n Wim and tw-lw lussvs. In YYSC play tlit- Cards won fin' amd droppt-d nine for sixth plzutv. Leading tht Qtttztfk for Condi l'mhzic wt-rt' 4-0-ctlptaitis l'h'tu'v lijorkliuicl. wnioi' Quarcl, and limb Iuwckwootl. st-nint' iiOl'NX'2ll'li. Otht-1 st u ting tt-tnn was diviclvtl uniting SCIliUI'S Dim Iiorgvti and Alam Hutt-hinson amd junior Iltivt- Vzirnzicln. Cnzlcli Ken Schzxllc-i"s hwmsii-sopl'1 Biixlivs finisht-cl third in tht- XYSC with tvn wins and Your lnsst-s. 'l'l1t-it' ovctiill wtiitls Carl NILISSQI7 Iiuh Inman. :md Dun SlI'it'Q2li, Ccntct Dtuicly. lhe- il't'Si1lIlilIl mqtiatl svt zm Arlington t't't'cwt'cl hy hvmq tht' only ttvun in tha' history of thv svhnnl to go uncle' Iic-ntt-cl. Coztcli 'll-cl XN'issvxi,s sqtind was lt-cl hy guzumls Ks-ith Grzuus Lind Rt-tl Lussow. who we-it' tht- IULIIIIYS liigfli sfotx-t's V i.0I'XVLll'Cl Fit-tl Etupkivg amd l'l'llIt'l' Dick Ptthnviy 'l'lu- othci .IIIHIUV XEIFSIIX t'lI2t'I' Ind Hllttttlzixx' Smurf-ht'S Iur at waxy out nl tht- wxiui- ilt'st'4'I1lS lu tri- vuught iI'l1Ixlt'2ll11 mutt- Mikt- NYul'11vt-Iw hawks un ' ' , Soph Baske+ball Svc-mul lion: llivk l':i5wiim't-, MV. Si-Itztllt-I1 Imvt- Riplt-5. Frzutki- Hill Spmnvr, Bill Lips. Fir-.t Run: Iflivky Iizirdzu-li. Vhuvk Pht-lain. I-Iutun, .Iuhn Ut'1'iilll1lIl4 .Xl Krust-, 'Vnfltl t't-r'x's-nkzt. 'Vrnn i:Q'I'LQSlI'Hl1l, Hit-ky Juhnstun, Gvorgt- Burk. Miki' lltiltdy, Ilan Stn-igm-l, t':trl Mussu. Hilti- Nusli. Skip iillI'I'iStlI1. Ibvnnis Hunt, John Milli-11 lit-n Imugzin. Hob Inmzml Phil Gustafson, tit-nv IJ:-ihlquist. I 54 AHS vqirsity httfkn-tt't'1's in thvii' first yvzu' unch-t' thv tnzunstztyx nl tht' squad wt-rv 'luck YM-ht-13 st-nim' t's-ntt-i'. mtl IAQ Nlztgriuson. junior guztrtl. Tht- fifth plain- of thc tt-c'm'cl was Iii-5. Rt-gulars for Cmtclt Schzillc-1' wt-rc for- Rivkx' lohnston, imtl Qiitirtls Gt-nv IVJlliliCIl1iSI and Nlikt' lim'xvgt1'd wus uwuzillv t-itht-1' Nifk 'liuttlv rn' 'linni Kit-iuvnt. Frosh Baske+ball Fifth Row: Hunk Sm-usts-clt, Kc-n Andi-rson, Kun Middh-lun. I-Iurl Pi-an-m'k. Fourth Row: Mr. Aldrivh. Jeff Louthain, Bob Bra-mm-r, Tum Sulki-n, John Shilvy, I-'nd Frmd, Huh Glaser, Gary Thomas. Huh .Im-uhsi-n, Tr-rry Kups, Tum Thim-lv, Mr. Wisson. Third Row: Juhn Rush, Bill Millvr, lion Buivk. Ji-rry Guhrkm-. Jim Liska, Jim Aimun, .lim Ili:-hl, Im- fiwrr. Huh 111111-hinsun. Tum Hood, Ji-ff Rom-rs, Huh Frank. St'I'lIlld Row: Grunt W:1Ilhofl', Kira-1: Quzwkvn- hush, Skippvr VK'ilI, Brum- Jim-du, Sic-vo Iii-islm-r, Jim llliildi-n, Hill Hurfc-ind, Ed Sypnivwski, Armando Pzilumo, I-'ri-d Lussmv, Dzixw- NICZIFS. First Row: Jim Clzibziugh, Tom Klc-nu-nt. Run Curtin-s, 1-'ri-d Empkiv, John N1-whzird, Diuk Pzilmi-r. Nivk 'I'ut1li-, I-'rank llormvs. Mark Thorn:-. Kvith Grams. lv Basmball Si-4-mul ltmr: Mr. Kinm-mam. Miki- Warm-4-ki-, Huh lic-nnvtt. Hub First Rmv: Jvrry Kllllllllilnfiff, Ki-n llzidlaind, lmighl Zi-mam, lum- Ilnrhuur, Miki! 'l'i1-rm-y, .Iuhn Imuhli-A Kvith Hutti-rfivld. Dam Rziupp. Srwnkse-n, Jnhn lim-hm-r, Jun Hn-nrud, Rugm-r Rnsi-nv. I55 Frosh Baske+ball Fifth Row: Hunk Sm-usts-clt, Kc-n Andi-rson, Kun Middh-lun. I-Iurl Pi-um-m'k. Fourth Row: Mr. Aldrivh. Jeff Louthain, Bob Bra-mm-r, Tum Sulki-n, John Shilvy, I-'nd Frmd, Huh Glaser, Gary Thomas. Huh .Im-uhsi-n, Tr-rry Kups, Tum Thim-lv, Mr. Wisson. Third Row: Juhn Rush, Bill Millvr, lion Buivk. Ji-rry Guhrki-. Jim Liska, Jim Aimun, .lim Ili:-hl, Im- fiwrr. Huh 111111-hinsun. Tum Hood, Ji-ff Rom-rs, Huh Frank. St'I'lIlld Row: Grunt W:1Ilhofl', Kira-1: Quzwkvn- hush, Skippvr VK'ilI, Brum- Jii-du, Sic-vo Iii-ish-r, Jim llliildi-n, Hill Hurfc-ind, Ed Sypnivwski, Armando Pzilumo, I-'ri-d Lussmv, Dzixw- NICZIFS. First Row: Jim Clzibziugh, Tom Klc-nu-nt. Run Curtin-s, 1-'ri-d Empkiv, John N1-whzird, Diuk Pzilmi-r. Nivk 'I'ut1li-, I-'rank llormvs. Mark Thorn:-. Kvith Grams. lv Basmball Si-4-mul ltmr: Mr. Kinm-mam. Miki- Warm-4-ki-, Huh lic-nnvtt. Hub First Rmv: Jvrry Knuzmzinoff, Ki-n llzidlaind, lmighl Zi-mam, lum- Ilnrhuur, Miki! 'l'i1-rm-y, .Iuhn Imuhli-A Kvith Hutti-rfivld. Dam Rziupp. Srwnkse-n, Jnhn lim-hm-r, Jun Hn-nrud, Rugm-r Rnsi-nv. I55 There are straight pins, safety pins, and bobby pins. but varsity wrestler Jeff Heintz tries I'or additional points with a wrestling pin. Frosh-Soph Wrestling Fourth Row: Curt Roney. Mike Her, Bob Harker, Riehard Duenn. Dempster Leeeh. John Link, John Lopata, Dennis Sehneek, George Diller, Bill Harrington, Bill Andrew, Third Row: Mr. Ross, Bruce Sullivan fManzegerl, Darryl Phillips, Dennis Herzog, Mike Jennings. Alike Hogarty, Riehard Gallagher, Darryl Gundlaeh, Bob Prouty. lion Getts, Al Ullriek, Tom Clark, Erie Meyers, Buzz Owen, Mr. llenson. S4-coml Row: Mike Castor 4Managerl, Dan Haase, Garner Arlington wrestlers enjoyed a very sueeessful season both as a team and individuals. As a team they tied for the eonferenee Championship with Marine and York and finished second in the district, third in the seetional. and fifth in the state. They also took a third in the Waukegan Holiday Tournament as Ralph Carlino and senior Rieh Leekband took individual championships. Individually. senior Ralph Carlino brought honor to Arlington by taking first place in the state in the 112 pound weight division. This was Arlington's first indi- vidual state championship. Carlino lost only one match all year and won the first annual VFW' trophy lor the most pins. Another first for Arlington was established when the state wrestling meet was held here for the first time in history breaking all previous attendance reeords. Besides Carlino there were three other boys from Arlington who qualified for the state competition. Representing AHS were junior Jerry Bonn and senior co-captains, Ed Sehu- macher and Dean Schneek. Carlino, Bonn, Schumacher. Schneek, and senior George Steil were named to all conference wrestling team, Simmons, Al Sandinger, Mike Field, Bob Kransverger, Mike Koenig, Ricky Leeper, Terry Harris, Jaek Burke, Tom Rezner, Bob Kist. Doug Nabb, Pete Motisi, Jerry Greer, Dale Hedberg, Lee Sehultz. First Row: Tim Smith, Diek Ligzon, Jose Ortiz, Brad Blair, Ed Gerber, Carl Behrens, Bob Traseh, Tom Curtin, Glenn Forster, Jerry Campbell, Tom Clark, Rieh Parsons, Jerry Pinkham, Rieh Meyers, Leon Wintz. l56 There are straight pins, safety pins, and bobby pins. but varsity wrestler Jeff Heintz tries I'or additional points with a wrestling pin. Frosh-Soph Wrestling Fourth Row: Curt Roney. Mike Her, Bob Harker, Riehard Duenn. Dempster Leeeh. John Link, John Lopata, Dennis Sehneek, George Diller, Bill Harrington, Bill Andrew, Third Row: Mr. Ross, Bruce Sullivan fManzegerl, Darryl Phillips, Dennis Herzog, Mike Jennings. Alike Hogarty, Riehard Gallagher, Darryl Gundlaeh, Bob Prouty. lion Getts, Al Ullriek, Tom Clark, Erie Meyers, Buzz Owen, Mr. llenson. S4-coml Row: Mike Castor 4Managerl, Dan Haase, Garner Arlington wrestlers enjoyed a very sueeessful season both as a team and individuals. As a team they tied for the eonferenee Championship with Marine and York and finished second in the district, third in the seetional. and fifth in the state. They also took a third in the Waukegan Holiday Tournament as Ralph Carlino and senior Rieh Leekband took individual championships. Individually. senior Ralph Carlino brought honor to Arlington by taking first place in the state in the 112 pound weight division. This was Arlington's first indi- vidual state championship. Carlino lost only one match all year and won the first annual VFW' trophy lor the most pins. Another first for Arlington was established when the state wrestling meet was held here for the first time in history breaking all previous attendance reeords. Besides Carlino there were three other boys from Arlington who qualified for the state competition. Representing AHS were junior Jerry Bonn and senior co-captains, Ed Sehu- macher and Dean Schneek. Carlino, Bonn, Schumacher. Schneek, and senior George Steil were named to all conference wrestling team, Simmons, Al Sandinger, Mike Field, Bob Kransverger, Mike Koenig, Ricky Leeper, Terry Harris, Jaek Burke, Tom Rezner, Bob Kist. Doug Nabb, Pete Motisi, Jerry Greer, Dale Hedberg, Lee Sehultz. First Row: Tim Smith, Diek Ligzon, Jose Ortiz, Brad Blair, Ed Gerber, Carl Behrens, Bob Traseh, Tom Curtin, Glenn Forster, Jerry Campbell, Tom Clark, Rieh Parsons, Jerry Pinkham, Rieh Meyers, Leon Wintz. l56 Varsiiy Wresiling Third Row: .Iuhn 'I'ur'runs, Iluvi- Iflhi-ri, .lim 'Vrzivs-r, I-'ri-d XVs-tvl1- N.-umnnn, iYIiki'K2Illffl1i?lT1, lid Gi-rrnrri, Wzirri-n Phillips, First Run riurf. th-nrgv Upszihl, Clvurgi- Furlson. Hill Dm-ring. I-'rank XVrmdrufl'. Fhzirlm-s Elsie, Rim-h Ln-vkhzlmi. AI Si-ylvr, .Iuhn Amzmn, Gi-uI'i:o Sli-il Hn-i: Rumi, Rivh Ilziyuortli, Mr. Murlizi-. Si-4-mul Row: Bill Rim-htm-r. Ilmun Sc-hnoi-k, I-Id Sm-iiiiiiizwiii-r, Ralph Czirlinu, .li-Fry Iiunn, limi Li-5 Yaiugzlizin, Miki- Ziiviiziru, I-Irnuxtu Rudrigm-Z, Bruin- Stein, Li-if Ss-hr.-ihvr. R.0LZ,l'I' 1-'zirli-ig:i1,Si-:iii Adam. Aski-lui. Jim S:u-lilsviizili-, Clziri-111-u 'I'f'ZlLlsi'h, Paul Clark, Chuvk arc! mafmen in own any qgcfories Ralph l'nrlino ll! Pnuml 1038 Siuli- XYrs-siling l'hzimpiim Xxvililivl' ui 'IR-:um 'i'i'-nphy I-'ur thu Must Pins Wham suplmiiirm- wri-stlur T1-fry Harris is :iimul in gzip si-i-ing Inst in lhv shufl'lu :ls Tum Flzirk trys in prow- that hi- Imm'l lust his grip l57 Varsiiy Wresiling Third Row: .Iuhn 'I'ur'runs, Iluvi- Iflhi-ri, .lim 'Vrzivs-r, I-'ri-d XVs-tvl1- N.-umnnn, iYIiki'K2Illffl1i?lT1, lid Gi-rrnrri, Wzirri-n Phillips, First Run riurf. th-nrgv Upszihl, Clvurgi- Furlson. Hill Dm-ring. I-'rank XVrmdrufl'. Fhzirlm-s Elsie, Rim-h Ln-vkhzlmi. AI Si-ylvr, .Iuhn Amzmn, Gi-uI'i:o Sli-il Hn-i: Rumi, Rivh Ilziyuortli, Mr. Murlizi-. Si-4-mul Row: Bill Rim-htm-r. Ilmun Sc-hnoi-k, I-Id Sm-iiiiiiizwiii-r, Ralph Czirlinu, .li-Fry Iiunn, limi Li-5 Yaiugzlizin, Miki- Ziiviiziru, I-Irnuxtu Rudrigm-Z, Bruin- Stein, Li-if Ss-hr.-ihvr. R.0LZ,l'I' 1-'zirli-ig:i1,Si-:iii Adam. Aski-lui. Jim S:u-lilsviizili-, Clziri-111-u 'I'f'ZlLlsi'h, Paul Clark, Chuvk arc! mafmen in own any qgcfories Ralph l'nrlino ll! Pnuml 1038 Siuli- XYrs-siling l'hzimpiim Xxvililivl' ui 'IR-:um 'i'i'-nphy I-'ur thu Must Pins Wham suplmiiirm- wri-stlur T1-fry Harris is :iimul in gzip si-i-ing Inst in lhv shufl'lu :ls Tum Flzirk trys in prow- that hi- Imm'l lust his grip l57 IIX :nn 1-xvilim: llwvm- ring virm-us wlu-n Ihv Fzlrdinnl gymnusts, ln- Sxxlnging into high 1:1-ur is Ed XYilsrm zxnnlhvr LQINTIZISI who pru 1-hurling liuh Vzlrnn-n, pl-rllvrm on thl- hzurfl rings. :md side- hnrsv, virlvs lllilllf' thrills :und vhills xxhill- pm'r'I'urmim: nn ilu- pznrzullvl hun ZJACVQ gs OV? OMVICC O AYOMVICC Varsily Gymnaslics 'I'hir4l Run: limi Silumulwr. Klikn- I,ym1x4 llulw Svlmm-plw, Mika Lum- llvnning, llill llznrwklwy. I-Icl K4-Ill-3. licl XX'nll'. Imn Slum-lwr. ln-rmlx lu-rl. 'IR-1'I'5 1.4m-ll-xx, Hum TXIurvl:mrl, .lvll Vmlt, Rem Vrmrzucll Nh- lhq Kim. l'.'lXIllS Wzxlll-xx. Sn-roxul lion: Hurrlun Nwxxwxvlnly .Iulm llru if 1- , AA Al., flllll. lilll I.ipplu-, Ralph XYl'SIlDLlI'il Rrwn Svllrmfrlm-l'. lfirxt Ron liulmll, limi Wilsun. llnlv K'1zl'llln'I1, Tum Sn-xxznrcl, XIV, llughvs -w.,,,3W IIX :nn 1-xvilim: llwvm- ring virm-us wlu-n Ihv Fzlrdinnl gymnusts, ln- Sxxlnging into high 1:1-ur is Ed XYilsrm zxnnlhvr LQINTIZISI who pru 1-hurling liuh Vzlrnn-n, pl-rllvrm on thl- hzurfl rings. :md side- hnrsv, virlvs lllilllf' thrills :und vhills xxhill- pm'r'I'urmim: nn ilu- pznrzullvl hun ZJACVQ gs OV? OMVICC O AYOMVICC Varsily Gymnaslics 'I'hir4l Run: limi Silumulwr. Klikn- I,ym1x4 llulw Svlmm-plw, Mika Lum- llvnning, llill llznrwklwy. I-Icl K4-Ill-3. licl XX'nll'. Imn Slum-lwr. ln-rmlx lu-rl. 'IR-1'I'5 1.4m-ll-xx, Hum TXIurvl:mrl, .lvll Vmlt, Rem Vrmrzucll Nh- lhq Kim. l'.'lXIllS Wzxlll-xx. Sn-roxul lion: Hurrlun Nwxxwxvlnly .Iulm llru if 1- , . AA Al., flllll. lilll I.ipplu-, Ralph XYl'SIlDLlI'il Rrwn Svllrmfrlm-l'. lfirxt Ron liulmll, limi Wilsun. llnlv K'1zl'llln'I1, Tum Sn-xxznrcl, XIV, llughvs -w.,,,3W Frosh Gymnasfics I'-1lllI'1II IR1111: .I111111-5 1111111-11 K1111 l'i1-111-1: 111111 lZ:1ll1111, 111111 1':11'lx1111. S11-11 S1-1111, llill 1'111'z1lx1-11, .I1-1'l' I-':1l1r111-12 .1l11ll1 ll11l'1'1111111. .11'I'l'j llz111 1'1I1, X1'11'l1111'11111. 11111111111 SUl1111J1II11. H11-11 111111-11111111-A 111111 1i1ll'11I'1lI1. 111115, Larry' l21'1111ss1-1111. .I11h11 I1111'11s111, 111111 Yi1'l11-1'1', R11-1111111 1' X1':11'1'1111 H111-l1111'1' 'I'I1ir1l II1111: .li111 1111111111-11 V1-1-11 l!1-115111-11, 'l'11111 .1nd1-1's1111. liill 511111-, I-'irsl IK1111: X111 R. 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Bonniv Quiglvy, Gail liarriin, Flon-ni-i Nanvy Lau Monro, Third Row: .Ivan 'I'radi-r. Judy Jiihnsrin, Mary-Lau Jivlinsiin. Nm-mul limv: Janice Ulausiml, Pal Fr-dak. Iilli-n Bruniit. I-'irwi Rim: Sliorrii Long, Pai Liinclali-di, Pluliss Rvivliard. unior eaclers xfenvl 494 elaing an Frosh Girls' Gymnasiics lfourth Row: llulsy Rayni-r. Sandy Dodds, Ginny Hciinvmann, Caryl Raw: Miss Prust. Kari-n Lonsv. Pvgiqy Millvr, Gloria Dillvy, Mar NIc'Yii'ki-r, Viirrullv Andi-rsim. Pat Iluppfivk, Third Row: Lynn li-no Bi-vkvr. Bunny Olson, Pal Hawkins. First Rnw: Kathy Law Wriglil. Sui- Mi-Donald. llurnia Suhr, Karvn Kriom-man, Barbara lor, Heiv Raichert, Cindy Bolligor, Barbara Jorgonsi-n, Ilalimri-s Than Sxxansiin, llaunu Anrlurson. lioryl Esmond, Gail In-rsvn. Si-mini Sharon Stvwart, Kaihii-From-inan. a:i im -4i ,.., f , i mini.. -num un 17, A-. 1. 1 -if u ,-f- .a1mif- :ii 1 gn.: Fifth Row: Sharon Grnh, Iiluriann Allison, Joan Pauly. llictrivli. Fourth Row: IJ:-lows Miller, Ann Brown, Bc-tsy Zimmi-rman, .liid5 Iiiaitlandl Linda Hziwlqlizirlli. Wrysinski. Virginia llussvrt, lliani- lliirgwr, Ruth Ann Junior Leaders Judi Km-lling. Bonniv Quigli-y, Gail liarriin, Flon-ni-i Nanvy Lau Monro, Third Row: .Ivan 'I'radi-r. Judy Jiihnsrin, Mary-Lau Jivlinsiin. Nm-mul limv: Janice Ulausiml, Pal Fr-dak. Iilli-n Bruniit. I-'irwi Rim: Sliorrii Long, Pai Liinclali-di, Pluliss Rvivliard. unior eaclers xfenvl 494 elaing an Frosh Girls' Gymnasiics lfourth Row: llulsy Rayni-r. Sandy Dodds, Ginny Hciinvmann, Caryl Raw: Miss Prust. Kari-n Lonsv. Pvgiqy Millvr, Gloria Dillvy, Mar NIc'Yii'ki-r, Viirrullv Andi-rsim. Pat Iluppfivk, Third Row: Lynn li-no Bi-vkvr. Bunny Olson, Pal Hawkins. First Rnw: Kathy Law Wriglil. Sui- Mi-Donald. llurnia Suhr, Karvn Kriom-man, Barbara lor, Heiv Raichert, Cindy Bolligor, Barbara Jorgonsi-n, Ilalimri-s Than Sxxansiin, llaunu Anrlurson. lioryl Esmond, Gail In-rsvn. Si-mini Sharon Stvwart, Kaihii-From-inan. a:i im -4i ,.., f , i mini.. -num un 17, A-. 1. 1 -if u ,-f- .a1mif- :ii 1 gn.: Fifth Row: Sharon Grnh, Iiluriann Allison, Joan Pauly. llictrivli. Fourth Row: IJ:-lows Miller, Ann Brown, Bc-tsy Zimmi-rman, .liid5 Iiiaitlandl Linda Hziwlqlizirlli. Wrysinski. Virginia llussvrt, lliani- lliirgwr, Ruth Ann l"i5A 041441 irc ic or nercqefic emu es Introducing a new club- PHS Girls, Gymnastics, The club was started by a group of girls interested in the sport and was headed by Sue MacDonald, president. Although activities were limited because of equipment. some of the girls became quite talentd on th trampoline. Nlembers also learned various tricks in tumbling. and practiced liree exercise for balance. They hoped to work on the parallel bars and balance beams in the future. Another new organization was the junior Leaders' Class. Its purpose was to help interested girls in becoming better acquainted with the various sports and enabling them to help teach these activities in other physical edu- cation classes. The objectives of this course were to de- velop an understanding of skills. a sense of responsibility. a knowledge ol' sport rults, and a sense of self-confidence. Each junior leader had certain duties for which she was responsible. Among these were coaching, checking equip- ment and lockers. learning new techniques, and correcting tests. Requirements of the course included keeping a de- tailed notebook of the sports played during the year. com- pletion ol' two projects, and preparation of certain lessons. Linda Ilackbarth. Pam VVickens. Ruth Aim Johnson. Bonnie Quigley, and Gloriann Allison were the officers of G.R.A.. Girls' Recreational Association. The association was established to create an active athletic interest in girls. lts objectives were leadership, sportsmanship, and friend- ship. 'l'o become a member, a girl must have earned points by taking part in sports offered, Upon membership. every girl received a charm bracelet and whenever her team won a championship she received an additional charm. GRA Board Left to Right: Gail Smith. Ruth Ann Johnson, Ronnie Quigley Linda Haekharth. Pam VViekens, Ann Brown, tlloriann Allison. "I shot an arrow into the air, and it fell in the snow I du not knou where." GRA sports manager Joan Trader practices in all weather u ' im-ww l a. aaa, ..,. . H vs l"i5A 041441 irc ic or nercqefic emu es Introducing a new club- PHS Girls, Gymnastics, The club was started by a group of girls interested in the sport and was headed by Sue MacDonald, president. Although activities were limited because of equipment. some of the girls became quite talentd on th trampoline. Nlembers also learned various tricks in tumbling. and practiced liree exercise for balance. They hoped to work on the parallel bars and balance beams in the future. Another new organization was the junior Leaders' Class. Its purpose was to help interested girls in becoming better acquainted with the various sports and enabling them to help teach these activities in other physical edu- cation classes. The objectives of this course were to de- velop an understanding of skills. a sense of responsibility. at knowledge ol' sport rults, and a sense of self-confidence. Each junior leader had certain duties for which she was responsible. Among these were coaching, checking equip- ment and lockers. learning new techniques, and correcting tests. Requirements of the course included keeping a de- tailed notebook of the sports played during the year. com- pletion ol' two projects, and preparation of certain lessons. Linda Ilackbarth. Pam VVickens. Ruth Aim Johnson. Bonnie Quigley, and Gloriann Allison were the officers of G.R.A.. Girls' Recreational Association. The association was established to create an active athletic interest in girls. lts objectives were leadership, sportsmanship, and friend- ship. 'l'o become a member, a girl must have earned points by taking part in sports offered, Upon membership. every girl received a charm bracelet and whenever her team won a championship she received an additional charm. GRA Board Left to Right: Gail Smith. Ruth Ann Johnson, Ronnie Quigley Linda Haekharth. Pam VViekens, Ann Brown, tlloriann Allison. "I shot an arrow into the air, and it fell in the snow I du not knou where." GRA sports manager Joan Trader practices in all weather u ' was-ww l a. aka, ..,. . H vs Like Dave Wertheimer and Karen Meyer, juniors and seniors look- ing for an international flavor in physical education, choose fencing. on 'f ence Us n XVaitl Those shouts you heard in the halls after school and during first and seventh hours were only coming from the foyer where the fencers were running their opponents through, or from the girls' gym where boys, intramurals were being held. The students who took fencing learned the footwork. body movements, attacks and parries that are all a very important part of fencing. After conquering the funda- mentals during the first semester, the fencers then took part in round-robin bouts during the second. VVhile fenc- ing, the students developed poise and body-coordination. Fencing was under the direction of Coach Gay Hughs. Boys' intramurals were after school sports played by teams organized by the boys who were interested in a particular sport. There were intramural football teams as well as basketball teams and all were under the direction of M1'. Donald Fyfe. Both these activities, fencing and boys' intramurals, were aimed at keeping the participants physically fit while teaching them the skills necessary to enjoy these sports. Perseverzinee plus, skill pays off for Boys' Intramurals participants John Baker. Mr. Fyfe, Bill McMillan, Greg Rose, and Bob Leekley. I62 Like Dave Wertheimer and Karen Meyer, juniors and seniors look- ing for an international flavor in physical education, choose fencing. on 'f ence Us n XVaitl Those shouts you heard in the halls after school and during first and seventh hours were only coming from the foyer where the fencers were running their opponents through, or from the girls' gym where boys, intramurals were being held. The students who took fencing learned the footwork. body movements, attacks and parries that are all a very important part of fencing. After conquering the funda- mentals during the first semester, the fencers then took part in round-robin bouts during the second. VVhile fenc- ing, the students developed poise and body-coordination. Fencing was under the direction of Coach Gay Hughs. Boys' intramurals were after school sports played by teams organized by the boys who were interested in a particular sport. There were intramural football teams as well as basketball teams and all were under the direction of M1'. Donald Fyfe. Both these activities, fencing and boys' intramurals, were aimed at keeping the participants physically fit while teaching them the skills necessary to enjoy these sports. Perseverzinee plus, skill pays off for Boys' Intramurals participants John Baker. Mr. Fyfe, Bill McMillan, Greg Rose, and Bob Leekley. I62 Va rsil'y Golf Second Row: Mr. Spaeapan. Rick Lindstrom, Ed lwrelilinil, Roh Schultz. Jerry Hat-nggi. Dwight Pate. First Row: Al Kruse, Ken Sliaw, Bob Shriver. Wally Borman, Bob Sharharo. goyers iscover Ae airways o uccess This year, out of the forty hopefuls that tried out for the golf squad, only thirteen were selected to remain on the team. Out of these thirteen. there were seven returning letterinen and only one of last year's regulars on the var- sity squad. Under the direction of their new head coach, Mr. Edward Spacapan, the Card golfers had a good chance of finishing at the top in the West Suburban Conference and in the state competition. The Arlington golf teani took a first in the frosh-soph division of the VVSC last year and all these hoys corning from the sophomore division of last year competed for the five varsity positions. Last year's on inan, Ed Moehing, was back this year along with Rick Lindstrom. john Mruuay, and -lim Good- ling. all members of last year,s starting five. Although the weather was not too warm, these boys went out before the season and practiced for the qualify- ing rounds during the spring vacation. Coach Spacapan. along with the help of Arlington's athletic director, Mr. H. XV. Grace, hooked some of the toughest teams in the state to play against the Red Birds. This year's frosh-soph squad had only two of last year's veterans hack, These boys. Bob McDowell. Ralph Ihhetson, fought for top position along with the freshman. Speaking of predieaments. golfer Rick Lindstroni, senior, finds the going tough in the rough at the time when a hole in one would help. I63 Va rsil'y Golf Second Row: Mr. Spaeapan. Rick Lindstrom, Ed lwrelilinil, Roh Schultz. Jerry Hat-nggi. Dwight Pate. First Row: Al Kruse, Ken Sliaw, Bob Shriver. Wally Borman, Bob Sharharo. goyers iscover Ae airways o uccess This year, out of the forty hopefuls that tried out for the golf squad, only thirteen were selected to remain on the team. Out of these thirteen. there were seven returning letterinen and only one of last year's regulars on the var- sity squad. Under the direction of their new head coach, Mr. Edward Spacapan, the Card golfers had a good chance of finishing at the top in the West Suburban Conference and in the state competition. The Arlington golf teani took a first in the frosh-soph division of the VVSC last year and all these hoys corning from the sophomore division of last year competed for the five varsity positions. Last year's on inan, Ed Moehing, was back this year along with Rick Lindstrom. john Mruuay, and -lim Good- ling. all members of last year,s starting five. Although the weather was not too warm, these boys went out before the season and practiced for the qualify- ing rounds during the spring vacation. Coach Spacapan. along with the help of Arlington's athletic director, Mr. H. XV. Grace, hooked some of the toughest teams in the state to play against the Red Birds. This year's frosh-soph squad had only two of last year's veterans hack, These boys. Bob McDowell. Ralph Ihhetson, fought for top position along with the freshman. Speaking of predieaments. golfer Rick Lindstroni, senior, finds the going tough in the rough at the time when a hole in one would help. I63 Frosh-Soph Golf Left to Right: Roger Haengzgi, Robert N1eDmx'ell Mr. Aldrich, Al Feige, Ralph lbhotson. Varsity golfer VVz1lly Harman seems to be launching his own Sputnik, hut hi- is ri-silly telling off and heading straight for that first green. I64 Teamwork makes a team work. Jim Erickson gives his tennis team mate Ron Barnes a few words of advice that build up spirit Frosh-Soph Golf Left to Right: Roger Haengzgi, Robert N1eDmx'ell Mr. Aldrich, Al Feige, Ralph lbhotson. Varsity golfer VVz1lly Harman seems to be launching his own Sputnik, hut hi- is ri-silly telling off and heading straight for that first green. I64 Teamwork makes a team work. Jim Erickson gives his tennis team mate Ron Barnes a few words of advice that build up spirit ac efeers erve MP Alove ennzf W'itl1 tht- t'x'm'1' grmvirlg c-xtc-nsivv tcnnis prograxil chances of thc' 1958 ttunn SChallc1', tc-nnis coach, vxpc first division tvuni this YVLII in history AHS has had 21 On the dockvt for thc squid oi ten hows who s xx sity action wc-rc ovci' twint du inc tl Y as Suburban Conft-1'vnc'c and tht Suhuihln Iidwum Maxis' of thv hopcs of th: nnsitx ltdlll wut illslti on l'txllll'IliI1Q,' l0ttc1'invnf'I'l1urston Iizcmn and loin Lmwwscll sc-niors, and Kvith BllIKt'l'i-itili ind un Puck n yunu 1 ac efeers erve MP Alove ennzf W'itl1 tht- t'x'm'1' grmvirlg c-xtc-nsivv tcnnis prograxil chances of thc' 1958 ttunn SChallc1', tc-nnis coach, vxpc first division tvuni this YVLII in history AHS has had 21 On the dockvt for thc squid oi ten hows who s xx sity action wc-rc ovci' twint du inc tl Y as Suburban Conft-1'vnc'c and tht Suhuihln Iidwum Maxis' of thv hopcs of th: nnsitx ltdlll wut illslti on l'txllll'IliI1Q,' l0ttc1'invnf'I'l1urston Iizcmn and loin Lmwwscll sc-niors, and Kvith BllIKt'l'i-itili ind un Puck n yunu 1 Candidates for Varsity Baseball Sec-ond Row: Dave Soenksen, Bill Fischer, Guenther Reinke. Wayne Schumacher, Alan Hutchinson, Lee Magnuson, Denny Thill, Ralph Knight. John Oberg. Don Gorken. John Anderson. First Row: Ed Wille, Dick Hoke, Jim Peery. 111K J ' QM -at Although suffering heavily from graduation, the base- ball teams of Arlington High came up with a fine season, thanks to the performances of returning lettermen. Ralph Wille, Denny Thill, Lee Magnuson, Al Sander, Dick Nickelsen, Al Hutchinson, Ed Schumacher, John An- derson, and John Oberg returned to provide the balance for the varsity team. The team was weak in both hitting and pitching due to the loss of Dan Vittum, Pat Brownell, Ed Meinken, and Bob Miller. Thill, Magnuson, Schumacher, and Wille were the inainstays of the club, but the pitching was not very strong all season. Thill often had to come in from his shortstop position to pitch. Offensively the Cards were fairly strong. The infield was Thill, Nichelsen, jim Peery, and Al Hutchinson. The outfield consisted of Wille, Schumacher, and Magnuson. The varsity team was coached by Mr. Kinneman, while Mr. Ormsbee aided the frosh-soph team. Toughest competition before entering the tournaments came from defending conference champions Maine and Hinsdale. Judging from this yeafs WSC conference teams, baseball is on the upswing in competition. Returning lettermen from this year's team could mean a really big year for the Cardinal nine in the coming year. Baseball with frostbitten noses? Varsity baseball hopeful John Oberg thinks wistfully of the green grass that used to grow on this mound. Candidates for Varsity Baseball Sec-ond Row: Dave Soenksen, Bill Fischer, Guenther Reinke. Wayne Schumacher, Alan Hutchinson, Lee Magnuson, Denny Thill, Ralph Knight. John Oberg. Don Gorken. John Anderson. First Row: Ed Wille, Dick Hoke, Jim Peery. 111K J ' QM -at Although suffering heavily from graduation, the base- ball teams of Arlington High came up with a fine season, thanks to the performances of returning lettermen. Ralph Wille, Denny Thill, Lee Magnuson, Al Sander, Dick Nickelsen, Al Hutchinson, Ed Schumacher, John An- derson, and John Oberg returned to provide the balance for the varsity team. The team was weak in both hitting and pitching due to the loss of Dan Vittum, Pat Brownell, Ed Meinken, and Bob Miller. Thill, Magnuson, Schumacher, and Wille were the inainstays of the club, but the pitching was not very strong all season. Thill often had to come in from his shortstop position to pitch. Offensively the Cards were fairly strong. The infield was Thill, Nichelsen, jim Peery, and Al Hutchinson. The outfield consisted of Wille, Schumacher, and Magnuson. The varsity team was coached by Mr. Kinneman, while Mr. Ormsbee aided the frosh-soph team. Toughest competition before entering the tournaments came from defending conference champions Maine and Hinsdale. Judging from this yeafs WSC conference teams, baseball is on the upswing in competition. Returning lettermen from this year's team could mean a really big year for the Cardinal nine in the coming year. Baseball with frostbitten noses? Varsity baseball hopeful John Oberg thinks wistfully of the green grass that used to grow on this mound. J-V Baseball Third Huw: Dwight Z4-main, Tom Henkel, Dan Raupp, Jim Meehan. AI Snnrim-r, Imve Zimmm-rnmn. Hub Voigt, Soc-mid Row: Miko XVzir- nm-kf-, Daw- Kussmv, Jon Iienrufl, George Bork, Toni Lnndmeier. Soph Baseball Third Row: Phil Gustafson, Arthur Nyhiin. Dennis Hunt, Curl Massa, Ilill Sc-humzxnn, John Miller, Vivtur Rose, Rich PilSSI110TQ. Si-cnml Row: John Lind, Fred Peterson, Dale Hedberg, Jim Blake, 'f""" J' Roland Kc-ho. First Row: Jeff Pratt, G4-nv Dzihlquist, Dun Moss-s, Bob Leekley, Don Wilkes, Bill Lips, Dempster Leech, John Beckman, John Lopntzi, First Row: Bill Andrew, Dennis Garofoio, John Koestvr, Ken Dougain, Ron Schaefer, Russ Newman. ' L. . A4 , I67 J-V Baseball Third Huw: Dwight Z4-main, Tom Henkel, Dan Raupp, Jim Meehan. AI Snnrim-r, Imve Zimmm-rnmn. Hub Voigt, Soc-mid Row: Miko XVzir- nm-kf-, Imw- Kussmv, Jon Iienrufl, George Bork, Toni Lnndmeier. Soph Baseball Third Row: Phil Gustafson, Arthur Nyhiin. Dennis Hunt, Curl Massa, Ilill Sc-humzxnn, John Miller, Vivtur Rose, Rich PilSSI110TQ. Si-cnml Row: John Lind, Fred Peterson, Dale Hedberg, Jim Blake, 'f""" J' Roland Kc-ho. First Row: Jeff Pratt, G4-nv Dzihlquist, Dun Moss-s, Bob Leekley, Don Wilkes, Bill Lips, Dempster Leech, John Beckman, John Lopntzi, First Row: Bill Andrew, Dennis Garofoio, John Koestvr, Ken Dougain, Ron Schaefer, Russ Newman. ' L. . A4 , I67 Q X 7 , .1 1 , l ., l 'www- xx x, " Xi Frosh-Soph Track Third limi: Inu-U Naylor. Rivk Juhnslnn, Anthony Slavros, Mika Tum Gvmtxris. First Row: Divk IH-1-kv, Bob Rlmsc-n, Frank Sullivan llundy. Daw- S4-lman, Dan Stric-gvl. .Jvff Laysun. Second Row: Ed IlavvPalni1-r. Bud 'I'vrbvlI. Ilavz- Sh?lLIl.IllY'lt'S5j'. lx'4'lfl'l"k Al YVUSlllI'LIElZlI'd. Ralph Rrwllvr, Dvnnis Svhnc-rk, Bob Hall, arals WXGA QOWVI rj-Lose anim! Iwns Varsify Track I-'mirth Ihnv: Pal Buick. John Hawkins, llill Iinclgzv, Javk XXX-ln-r, liurlvind, Tip Yam-r, Rivk Yagi-r. Pvtv Ancil-rslm, Lila Vaughan UN' 'l'1l1Jl.Iart, lid Whitl-law. Dan- llurvn, Bula l-Iarbuur, John Lussow, Iluug Stn-inilrabvr. Willard Illvllmwlll .iuhn 'l'orr4-ns. lwan Sm-linwk l-'iw-ml l-'islu-r, .Iam 'I'raw-V, Third Row: Warrvn Phillips. .lim Conroy. Hun Marks, Wayne Rydln-rg, Bill Rvful. First Iimv: Km-nl Kurtz .lulin l34N'lll1l'I'. IR-lv Laulicnlim-lim-r. I-Id XYilsun. Bnh Curatti, Don limb Luvkwnoci. Hub Nurs, .lim Hall, Jim Savlitfvlizilo, Toni K4-nni Mmivr, llun linux-11l'lc-. Dall- Rollin-nln-rglcir, Fra-d Hvrlomark, Art 1-ull, Bob O'Nvil, Mika' Kaullinan, Kan l'llklI'l4'I'4 Marty firm-n lu-yi-1', Frank XN'rmdrufl'. Mr, Smit, Ser-mul Row: Mr. Atlis, Ray Q X 7 , .1 1 , l ., l 'www- xx x, " Xi Frosh-Soph Track Third limi: Inu-U Naylor. Rivk Juhnslnn, Anthony Slavros, Mika Tum Gvmtxris. First Row: Divk IH-1-kv, Bob Rlmsc-n, Frank Sullivan llundy. Daw- S4-lman, Dan Stric-gvl. .Jvff Laysun. Second Row: Ed IlavvPalni1-r. Bud 'I'vrbvlI. Ilavz- Sh?lLIl.IllY'lt'S5j'. lx'4'lfl'l"k Al YVUSlllI'LIElZlI'd. Ralph Rrwllvr, Dvnnis Svhnc-rk, Bob Hall, arals WXGA QOWVI rj-Lose anim! Iwns Varsify Track I-'mirth Ihnv: Pal Buick. John Hawkins, llill Iinclgzv, Javk XXX-ln-r, liurlvind, Tip Yam-r, Rivk Yagi-r. Pvtv Ancil-rslm, Lila Vaughan UN' 'l'1l1Jl.Iart, lid Whitl-law. Dan- llurvn, Bula l-Iarbuur, John Lussow, Iluug Stn-inilrabvr. Willard Illvllmwlll .iuhn 'l'orr4-ns. lwan Sm-linwk l-'iw-ml l-'islu-r, .Iam 'I'raw-V, Third Row: Warrvn Phillips. .lim Conroy. Hun Marks, Wayne Rydln-rg, Bill Rvful. First Iimv: Km-nl Kurtz .lulin l34N'lll1l'I'. IR-lv Laulicnlim-lim-r. I-Id XYilsun. Bnh Curatti, Don limb Luvkwnoci. Hub Nurs, .lim Hall, Jim Savlitfvlizilo, Toni K4-nni Mmivr, llun linux-11l'lc-. Dall- Rollin-nln-rglcir, Fra-d Hvrlomark, Art 1-ull, Bob O'Nvil, Mika' Kaullinan, Kan l'llklI'l4'I'4 Marty firm-n lu-yi-1', Frank XN'rmdrufl'. Mr, Smit, Ser-mul Row: Mr. Atlis, Ray 2.-"" 11 yn 'I lm... U ,. , 1 . 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Also p1'1-1l1m111i1111111 111 llll' ll'ilIll,S 1'111111i11g 11t1z11'l1 w1-1'1- ' 111111111's lN11'la IS 11111-11 Huh cYNl'll. z1111l lilfli 11111l Cl1111'k X11g'1'1' llllll S1-111111' lucl ll 1lw1111 wl111 I'l'llll'Ill'll l1'11111 lust X'l'2lI',S Xillhllh' t1'11111. A1'li11gt1111 l'l1g'l1 S1'l11111l, 1l1'l1-111l111q 1111111-1'1'111'1' 1'l111111- pinm l111s1'1l its l111p1-s 1111 Illl'S1' buys, llllll was Zlgillll 11111' ol' . , - 1l11' l1'illllIlQ 11'111'k 1JONXl'l'S 111 lN1's1 S11l1111'l11111 C.1111l1'1'1'111'1'. Arllng11111 lI'H1'lilll1'l1 'lvllflj' S11111'11s, llill 1111111415 111111 H1111 T1-rb1'1l 1:1-I 1llX1I111g1x1 thc ht 11 1n1l1m1ur 1r11k 11 I - - ' ' 1 " 1 ,I'lI51ll'l'l ll run for its mfmvy. I69 IIN "A" Club Fifth Row: Rich Leekband, Scott Adam, A1 Hutchinson, Dean Sehneck, Jim Flark, Clarence Traush, Bruce Robb, Thurston Brown, Ernie Rodriguez, Dick Niekelson, Ed VVhitelaw, Fourth Row: John Oherg, Riek Lindstrotn, Dave Ebert, Bruce Bjorklund, Bob Lockwood. Tom Longwell, Dave Soenksen, Marty Green, Bob Creviston, Tom Grey, Jaek Vi'eber, Jim Hughes. Third Row: Bob Sbarbaro, Al Kruse, lid VVilson, Bob Barbour, Jeff Heintz, XVarren Phillips, Bill Riehler. Gary Moreland, Ed Sehumaker, George Steil, Greg Rose. effermen Pell Cui John Anderson, Second Row: Mr. Mudge, Jim Goodling, Jerry Kouzmunoff, Ken Courter, Bob Taggart, Frank Embrey, Kent Kurtz, Don Gerken, Lee Magnuson, Mike Lyons. Tip Yager, Jim Erickson, Jim Peery, Mr. Schaller. First Row: Howie Berg. Roger Farleigh. Ed Schumacher, Ray Burfeind, Les Vaughan, Jerry Bonn, Bob Mors, Tom Kennicott, Ralph Carlino, Mike Dundy, Tony Stavros, Bruce Fiehte, Dave Buren. ins gn qielcls 'Strange things are happeningf' was at connnent often heard following each sports season. These were the times that nA,' Club initiations were held. To be eligible for mem- bership, boys must have lettered in a sport and have been sponsored by a rnernber. For two weeks boys obeyed the commands, which ranged from washing cars to pushing pennies with their noses, of their sponsors. If they were able to survive, they became full-fledged inelnbers. The club purchased sports letters and training room equipment, sponsored 21 banquet at the end of the year to honor outstanding individuals in sports, and paid for the electric scoreboard, Funds were raised for these projects through Homecoming and sectional basketball concessions. The club was led by Mr. Mudge, the sponsor, and officers liob lXfIors, Tom Kennicott, Ralph WVille, and Jerry Bonn, What a guy won't go through for a letter. "A" Club pledge Jim Graves gets a lot of exercise during initiation-sometimes rugged. "A" Club Fifth Row: Rich Leekband, Scott Adam, A1 Hutchinson, Dean Sehneck, Jim Flark, Clarence Traush, Bruce Robb, Thurston Brown, Ernie Rodriguez, Dick Niekelson, Ed VVhitelaw, Fourth Row: John Oherg, Riek Lindstrotn, Dave Ebert, Bruce Bjorklund, Bob Lockwood. Tom Longwell, Dave Soenksen, Marty Green, Bob Creviston, Tom Grey, Jaek Vi'eber, Jim Hughes. Third Row: Bob Sbarbaro, Al Kruse, lid VVilson, Bob Barbour, Jeff Heintz, XVarren Phillips, Bill Riehler. Gary Moreland, Ed Sehumaker, George Steil, Greg Rose. effermen Pell Cui John Anderson, Second Row: Mr. Mudge, Jim Goodling, Jerry Kouzmunoff, Ken Courter, Bob Taggart, Frank Embrey, Kent Kurtz, Don Gerken, Lee Magnuson, Mike Lyons. Tip Yager, Jim Erickson, Jim Peery, Mr. Schaller. First Row: Howie Berg. Roger Farleigh. Ed Schumacher, Ray Burfeind, Les Vaughan, Jerry Bonn, Bob Mors, Tom Kennicott, Ralph Carlino, Mike Dundy, Tony Stavros, Bruce Fiehte, Dave Buren. ins gn qielcls 'Strange things are happeningf' was at connnent often heard following each sports season. These were the times that nA,' Club initiations were held. To be eligible for mem- bership, boys must have lettered in a sport and have been sponsored by a rnernber. For two weeks boys obeyed the commands, which ranged from washing cars to pushing pennies with their noses, of their sponsors. If they were able to survive, they became full-fledged inelnbers. The club purchased sports letters and training room equipment, sponsored 21 banquet at the end of the year to honor outstanding individuals in sports, and paid for the electric scoreboard, Funds were raised for these projects through Homecoming and sectional basketball concessions. The club was led by Mr. Mudge, the sponsor, and officers liob lXfIors, Tom Kennicott, Ralph WVille, and Jerry Bonn, What a guy won't go through for a letter. "A" Club pledge Jim Graves gets a lot of exercise during initiation-sometimes rugged. 'Living U-Ae Crevhf I2fl,Aere Crecbf Q95 time Although John Heywood didn't have yearbooks in mind when he said, "All is well that ends well," the maxim is certainly applicable to them. Thinking thusly, we could find no better way to end our book than to express our gratitude to those who have made this book possible. Our thanks go first to Mr. Robert Boesel, our chief advisor, who was assisted by Misses Firth, Baker, and Katsoulis. Thanks also to Mr. William O'Connor of Jahn and Ollier and to Mr. Robert Merriman of the Durand Cover Company. To John Zubek, our photographer, and his employer, Mr. Don Knapp of Community Camera, we are grateful. Recognition is due Paddock Publications, our printer, and especially Mr. Lou Tanner and Mr. Stuart Paddock Jr. Lastly, we deeply appreciate the work of a most de- voted and persevering staff, the members of which were: Diane Ainslie Carol Bott Susan McCoy Vicky Lester Kathy Burkwest Pam Buttenob Sylvia Cordes Yvonne Craig Donella Hager Jane Harris Kathy Haynsworth Peggy Hirons Sally Jansen Betsy King Marilyn Nelson Sylvia Pfeffer Barbara Rasmussen Carole Roeske Glenys Rudd Lorelei Sandvig Mary Jane Schulse Betty Schweigerdt Virginia Sowinski Randy Virgil Q7'Ae iors F RAQ, og lv gk, S'1 'S ' The halls empty and buses fill with Arlington High School students. but the spirit lingers, reminiscing and planning greater Heights. I7I 'Living U-Ae Crevhf I2fl,Aere Crecbf Q95 time Although John Heywood didn't have yearbooks in mind when he said, "All is well that ends well," the maxim is certainly applicable to them. Thinking thusly, we could find no better way to end our book than to express our gratitude to those who have made this book possible. Our thanks go first to Mr. Robert Boesel, our chief advisor, who was assisted by Misses Firth, Baker, and Katsoulis. Thanks also to Mr. William O'Connor of Jahn and Ollier and to Mr. Robert Merriman of the Durand Cover Company. To John Zubek, our photographer, and his employer, Mr. Don Knapp of Community Camera, we are grateful. Recognition is due Paddock Publications, our printer, and especially Mr. Lou Tanner and Mr. Stuart Paddock Jr. Lastly, we deeply appreciate the work of a most de- voted and persevering staff, the members of which were: Diane Ainslie Carol Bott Susan McCoy Vicky Lester Kathy Burkwest Pam Buttenob Sylvia Cordes Yvonne Craig Donella Hager Jane Harris Kathy Haynsworth Peggy Hirons Sally Jansen Betsy King Marilyn Nelson Sylvia Pfeffer Barbara Rasmussen Carole Roeske Glenys Rudd Lorelei Sandvig Mary Jane Schulse Betty Schweigerdt Virginia Sowinski Randy Virgil Q7'Ae iors F RAQ, og lv gk, S'1 'S ' The halls empty and buses fill with Arlington High School students. but the spirit lingers, reminiscing and planning greater Heights. I7I Prom ..................... ORGANIZATIONS A Cappella Choir . A Club .................... Aeronautics Club ...... .. Art Club ................ Astronomy Club ..... Audio-Visual Club Baseball ...........,......... ........ Basketball .......,........... ........ Biology Club ................. ..,.. Board of Education Boys' Intramurals ..,...... .. Boys' Octet ............. Bridge Club ....... Cadet Band ......... Camera Club ....... Cardettes ......... CARDINAL ...... Cheerleaders ........... Chemistry Club ........ .. Choraliers .,............ Christmas Ball ...... Color Guard .......... rganizafion xgnclex AHS 122-123 .......170 89 .......136 .fffff 90 166-167 153-155 88 .......162 .......121 94 .......151 140-141 ......152 92 .......122 ,......125 .......101 Concert Band .............. ......... 9 6-97 Cooks ..,............................. ......1.. 1 4 Creative Writing Club ...... ................ Cross Country .................. ........ 1 45-146 Custodians ........... ....... 1 4 Dance Band ................. Debate ............................... .. 99 .......132 PHS 136 89 91 155 88 95 90 152 134 15 133 Distributive Education ...... Diversified Occupations .... Drama Club ................. Explorers' Club .....,.. Faculty ................ Fencing ........ Football .................. French Club ...................... Freshman Freshman Freshman Freshman Freshman Freshman Boys' Chorus ...... Class .................. Class Board .................. Girls' Chorus .................... Homeroom Reporters Mixed Ensemble .............. Future Farmers of America ............ .. Future Homemakers of America Future Nurses of America ................ .. Future Teachers of America ........ .. German Band ............................. German Club ......... Girls' Club Officers ..... l72 .......1l2 .......113 .......131 130 94 .....,...17-23 .......162 147-148 149 14 119 28-34 27 118 86 118 .......111 .......1l0 110 .......109 109 .......111 99 .........117 .......125 ORGANIZATIONS Girls' Gymnastics Club ........ ..,,,..... Golf ..............,.,,r.,.........,..,..., G.R.A. Board ....... Gymnastics ........ Harmonettes .. HEIGHTS ..... Homecoming ........ Junior Class .....,........... Junior Class Board ...... Latin Club .............. Leaders' Class . Library Club ...,.,. Math Club ......... Minstrel Show ............ Mixed Chorus ................... Model Railroad Club ...,... Modern Language Club ...... National Honor Society .... National Forensics League .. National Thespians Society Nurse's Aides .................,...... Office Guides ...................... Operetta ...... Orchesis ...... ....... .... . . . Orchestra ...............,.............. Pan Language Council ...... Pep Club Officers .....,....... Philosophy Club ....., Quill and Scroll ...... Radio Club ........... Secretaries .........l... Senior Class ............. Senior Class Board ..... Social Science Club ....... Sophomore Class ................ Sophomore Class Board .... Spanish Club ....................... String Ensemble .............. Student Council ...... Supply Store ....... Talent Show ........ Tennis ............... Track ................ Traffic Court ....... Treble Clef ....... Triple S Club ....... Trumpet Trio ,,..,.. Ushers' Club ...,..... Wrestling .......... AHS 163-164 .......16l 158-159 .......123 138-139 100-103 ..,.......48-54 47 .......1l6 .......160 93 .......121 91 .......137 .......133 .......131 .......108 .......106 .......124 .......151 96 .......114 .......150 .......134 .......142 .......137 92 12 .......58-79 57 .......135 .......38-43 37 .......115 98 86 .......105 127-129 .......165 168-169 87 .......120 .......135 98 .......107 156-157 PHS 1 60 116 104 93 126 91 117 108 106 150 12 95 85 105 Prom ..................... ORGANIZATIONS A Cappella Choir . A Club .................... Aeronautics Club ...... .. Art Club ................ Astronomy Club ..... Audio-Visual Club Baseball ...........,......... ........ Basketball .......,........... ........ Biology Club ................. ..,.. Board of Education Boys' Intramurals ..,...... .. Boys' Octet ............. Bridge Club ....... Cadet Band ......... Camera Club ....... Cardettes ......... CARDINAL ...... Cheerleaders ........... Chemistry Club ........ .. Choraliers .,............ Christmas Ball ...... Color Guard .......... rganizafion xgnclex AHS 122-123 .......170 89 .......136 .fffff 90 166-167 153-155 88 .......162 .......121 94 .......151 140-141 ......152 92 .......122 ,......125 .......101 Concert Band .............. ......... 9 6-97 Cooks ..,............................. ......1.. 1 4 Creative Writing Club ...... ................ Cross Country .................. ........ 1 45-146 Custodians ........... ....... 1 4 Dance Band ................. Debate ............................... .. 99 .......132 PHS 136 89 91 155 88 95 90 152 134 15 133 Distributive Education ...... Diversified Occupations .... Drama Club ................. Explorers' Club .....,.. Faculty ................ Fencing ........ Football .................. French Club ...................... Freshman Freshman Freshman Freshman Freshman Freshman Boys' Chorus ...... Class .................. Class Board .................. Girls' Chorus .................... Homeroom Reporters Mixed Ensemble .............. Future Farmers of America ............ .. Future Homemakers of America Future Nurses of America ................ .. Future Teachers of America ........ .. German Band ............................. German Club ......... Girls' Club Officers ..... l72 .......1l2 .......113 .......131 130 94 .....,...17-23 .......162 147-148 149 14 119 28-34 27 118 86 118 .......111 .......1l0 110 .......109 109 .......111 99 .........117 .......125 ORGANIZATIONS Girls' Gymnastics Club ........ ..,,,..... Golf ..............,.,,r.,.........,..,..., G.R.A. Board ....... Gymnastics ........ Harmonettes .. HEIGHTS ..... Homecoming ........ Junior Class .....,........... Junior Class Board ...... Latin Club .............. Leaders' Class . Library Club ...,.,. Math Club ......... Minstrel Show ............ Mixed Chorus ................... Model Railroad Club ...,... Modern Language Club ...... National Honor Society .... National Forensics League .. National Thespians Society Nurse's Aides .................,...... Office Guides ...................... Operetta ...... Orchesis ...... ....... .... . . . Orchestra ...............,.............. Pan Language Council ...... Pep Club Officers .....,....... Philosophy Club ....., Quill and Scroll ...... Radio Club ........... Secretaries .........l... Senior Class ............. Senior Class Board ..... Social Science Club ....... Sophomore Class ................ Sophomore Class Board .... Spanish Club ....................... String Ensemble .............. Student Council ...... Supply Store ....... Talent Show ........ Tennis ............... Track ................ Traffic Court ....... Treble Clef ....... Triple S Club ....... Trumpet Trio ,,..,.. Ushers' Club ...,..... Wrestling .......... AHS 163-164 .......16l 158-159 .......123 138-139 100-103 ..,.......48-54 47 .......1l6 .......160 93 .......121 91 .......137 .......133 .......131 .......108 .......106 .......124 .......151 96 .......114 .......150 .......134 .......142 .......137 92 12 .......58-79 57 .......135 .......38-43 37 .......115 98 86 .......105 127-129 .......165 168-169 87 .......120 .......135 98 .......107 156-157 PHS 1 60 116 104 93 126 91 117 108 106 150 12 95 85 105 Brumlt, A Acker, Tom 111 ................,............. 159 Ackerlund, Judy 131 ........................ 48 Adam, Scott 141 ........57.59,92,111,122,131.134,170 Adams, David 121 .......,A ........... 1 21.146 Adams, Wallace 111 .....................Y.. 28 Addy, James 121 ..........................,.,.., 38 Addy, Joyce 131 Adklns, Davld 121 .A.A........................ 38 Adklsson, Karen N. 111 .... 28,118,130 Ahmer, Don 131..47,48,86,111.147,168 Alman. James E. 111 ......,........ 28.155 Ainslie, Diane 131 ........ 48,115,122,138 Sfudenf xgnclex Bardach, Richard 121 .............. 38.154 Barker, Pat 131 .,.....................,.. 48,120 Barker, Roland 121 ............,......,...,.. 38 Barkulis, Denise N, 111 ..,.,..... 28,118 Barnard, Linda 141 .................... 59,131 Barnes, Ronald 121 ...,..,........... 37.164 Baron. Donna Lee 111 ..,...,..,.. 28,104 Barrett, Barb 131 .......... . ............,.... 48 Barrett, Lyle E. 111, ........,....,. 28,136 Barrick, Margaret 111 Barron, Gail 141 ........................ 59.160 Barry, Rosemar 121 y .... Bartle, Vincent 121 ........ Bartman, Carole 121 ..l............... 38,110 Barzano, Bill 131 ............ . ............ 111 Barzano. Bob J, 111..1 .... .,..,,..., 2 8 Basler, Donna 131 Brooke, David 141 ........... ......... 60 .97 Brooks, Bob 111 ........................,....... 28 Brosooe, Sue 141 ................,............... 60 Brousseau, Larry 111 ....,... 28.91.159 Brovant, Harley 121 ..........,.,......... ,... 38 Brown, Ann 141..60,88,96.137,160.161 Brown, Barbara 111 .............i....., 8.109 Brown, Carol A. 111 .................. 28.104 Brown, Diane 121 ................ 38,110,115 Brown, Di Ann 131 .......................... 48 Brown, Douglas 141 ........................ 60 Brown, Penny 111 ....,.,. 28,85.117.118 Brown, Richard 121 .................... 38.88 Brown, Sue 131 .................................. 48 Brown, Thurston 141 137.165,170.180 Brownell, Glynn 121 ........38,86,120,131.136 Bruhn, Robert 121 ...,................ 38,111 Betty 131 ............................ 48 Boland, Pat 111 ...,.....................---.--.-- 23 Belgel, Marcy 121 ..,..... 38.114,120.l31 Batts, Richard 131 ....... ........ 4 8.92 Bauer, Eugene 141 .................... 59,112 Bauer. Joy 141 .................................. 59 Baughman, Dave B. 111 ........ 28,515.96 Baumann, Jerry 121 ..,....,................ 38 Baumet, Darlene 121 ...................... 38 Baumet, Pat 141 ..,.............,............... 59 Bayne, Carol 121 .............................. 38 Bear, Nancy 141 ............,..,,. 59.94.122 Beasley, George 141 ............ 59.122.128 Beaurllne, Mary 141 ...............,........ 59 Becker, Marlene Kay 111 .,.,..,.28.108.109.160 Becker, Ronald 141 ...,...,. ......... . .59,112 Beckman. John 121 .... 38,148.154.167 Beckman, Richard G. 111 .,......,... 28 Beckway, Grace 131 .... 48,101,121,151 Beckway, Greg W. 111 .................. 28 Bedford, Fred 121 ......,............... 38,96 Bedingfield, Carol 111 ........ 27.28.108 Behm, Tom 141 ...,...................... 59,131 Behrendt, Keith 121 Behrens, Carl M. 111 ................ 28,156 Behrens, Erwin 141 .......l.................. 59 Behrens, Janet 141 ............................ 59 Beier. Elaine 131 ............ .... 4 8.116.122 Belgel. David 141 ...................... 59,112 Beisler, Norma 141 .,.. 59.122,123,134 Belsler, Stephen H, 111 .... 28.119155 Belden. Lynne M. 111 ........ 28,118,136 Bell, Fred 111 Bell, Sue 121 ........,.,.........,............. 37.38 Benda, Marlee 111 ..............,........,.... 28 Bendell, Nomxan C. 111 ...... 28.35.95 Benedix, Robert 111 Benevlch, Alan 121 .......,.............. 38,96 Bennett, Bill 121 .....,............A............. 38 Bennett, Davld 121 ............................ 38 Bennett, Bob 131 ...,. ................... 4 8.155 Benrud, Jon 131 .......,,... 48,145,155,167 Benson, Bonnie 131 ,,,..... .......... 4 8,151 Benson, Carolyn A. 111 ........28.86,116.118 Benson, Marilyn R. 111 .......... 28,118 Aksamlt. James 141 ........................ 59 Albln, June M, 111 ..........,............... 28 Alesi, Arleen 141 .......... ................. 5 9 Allen, Bllly 121 ..................,............. 38 Allen, George H. 111 ............ 28.85.159 Allen, Martha 111 ............................ 28 Allen, Patricia 131 ............................ 48 Allison, Glorlann 141 ........ 59,160,161 Allison, Mary 121 ................. ........... 38 Alm, Susan A. 111 ..,.........,............... 28 Alongl, Donald 121 ...........,.............. 38 Alongi, Josephine J. 111 ,.... . ......... .28 Altergott, Dennis 121 ,..,......... ,........ 38 Altvatter, Sheila 141 ..............,. 59.106 Amann, John 141 .............,................ 59 Amberg, Tom 141 ..,..................... ...59 Andersen. John A, 141 ........ 86.98.137 Andersen, Lars 141 .................... 59.122 Anderson, Bob 121 .......,.,.....,.....,.... 11 Anderson Bob J. 141 .......,.......,..... .59 Anderson Carol 131 Anderson. Carol June 141 ........59,110,l15.134 Anderson, Carrolle J, 111 ....., 28.160 Anderson Dawne L. 111 ...,....28,86,118.130,160 Anderson, Earle 121 .....,.................. 11 Anderson, Gayle L. 111, .......,... 28.118 Anderson, Jack 121 .......................... 38 Anderson Joan A. 121 .................... 11 Anderson, John 141 ........59.145,153.166,170 Anderson, Judy A. 111 ...... 28,104,136 Anderson, Karen 121 ................ 38.120 Anderson, Ken W. 111 ...... 3,146,155 Anderson Nancy Kay 121 ..,.....38,98,114,151 Anderson, Pat 121. ..........,... ...,...,... 38 Anderson Paul 131 .......................... 48 Anderson Pete 141 .......,.,.. 59,147,168 Anderson Richard A, 111 .......,.... R Anderson Richard C. 121..38,96,159 Anderson. Ron 121 .,.,............ 38.96.159 Anderson, Sandra Sue 121 ...... 38.111 Anderson, Susan 131 ...... 48,98.99,131 Anderson, Wllllam K. 111 ...... 28,119 Andrew, Bill 121 .......... 38,148,167,156 Angelo!! Pat 141 .,.................... 59,112 Angus. Dave 121 .................... 38.91.95 Anson. Wes 121 .........,..............., 38,146 Apgleyard, Myron 131 ............,....... 48 Ar lnger, Charles 131 ......,.,............, 48 Aronson. Earle W. 111 .................. 28 Arrasmlth, Alice K. 111 ............ 2.89 Askelof, Lee 141 ........, .....,.,....... 5 9,147 Atwood, Cynthia 111 ,.,...,,..,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 28 Auer, Nelson 0. 111 .......... ...... .......,.. 28 Aukamp, Melvin T, 111 .,......,.,. 28,149 Aurnhammer, Raymond H. 111 .... 28,91 Austin, Bernard 121 ..................,...., 38 Averill, Don 121 .,,,.,,,.,,,, Averill. Eleanor 131 .,................ 48.121 Bachar, Bruce 121 ........... Bader, Richard 131 ......... ................. 4 8 Bailey. Bahr, Linda Rae 141 ................ 59,104 Rickey 111 .......... 28,88,93.119 Baker, Beverly 111 ..........,,,,,.,,,,,, 28,35 Baker, John 141. ................. 59,165,180 Baker, Karen 141 .... 59,96,114,136,151 Baker, Nancy 131 ........ 48,108,115,141 Bakke. Howard 131 ......................,... 48 Ball. Susan 141 ................ 59,88,94,122 Balllng, Dave 131 Ballou, Don 121 .......................... 38,159 Ballou. Sandra 121 .....,........... .,.38,120 Banach, Carlotta 131 ............,,....,... 48 Banach. Janet V. 121 ...................... 38 Bannister. John 111 ..,............,..,. 28,88 Barber, Carole 111 ............................ 28 Barbour, Bob 131 ........48.147.155,168,169.170 Barbour. Terry A. 111..28,85,118,152 Ber, David L. 111 ............................ 28 Ber, Mike 121 ...........................,., 38.156 Berendsen, Jim A. 111. .................. .28 Berg, Andy 121 .......................... 38,109 Berg, Bob 141 ..........................,.,. 92,122 Berg, Doreen A, 111 ................ 28.118 Berg, Elinor 121 .......... 38.120,135,152 Berg, Howie 141 .,..,.,.59,100.101,103,147,170 Berg, Jack 131 .....................,.........,.. 48 Berg, Kathy 131 ........................ 48,121 Berg, Robert 141 ........ .............. 5 9 Berg, Robert 121 ................ .......... R Berge, Louise 121 ....................... Bergmann, Barbara 141 ................ 59 Bergmann, John E 111 .... 28,119,149 Bergner, Vem 111 .................... 28,159 Bergstrom, Steven O, 111 ............ 28 Bergstrom, Tom 121 .... ...... 38 .87,154 Bernard, Glenn 121 .....,.................. 121 Berndt, Nell 111 ........ ........... ...28 Berndt, Noel F. 111 ....... .,..... 28 Berndt, Terry 121 .............. .... . ..38 Bemgen, Douglas 121 .......... ....... 38 Berschet, Bob 141 ........................,... 59 Bersted, Bruce 131 ..... .................. . ..48 Bertok, Bonnie 131 .................... 48,110 Bertok, Steve 121 .............. 38,104,159 Bertsch, Phil 121 ..,........................... 43 Best, John 141 ..,............ .............,... 5 9 Best, Karen 121 ............... .............. 38 Best, Mary Ellen 121 ................ 38,120 Betts, Carla 121 ...........,.................... 38 Bevan, Barbara 131 ....... .............. 4 8 Beyer, Art 131 ............................ 48,168 Blalo, Charles 121 ............. ............... 38 Blalo, Robert 121 .....................,.. 38,91 Bldderman, James 111 .... 2888.90.95 Blederstadt, Julie 141 ...............,...... 59 Blellnski, Blll 131 .............................. 48 Biellnski, Mary Ann 141 ................ 59 Bielinskl, Pat J. 111 ....... ........... 2 8 Bierlein, Hanni 141 Blerma. Harry 121 ..,......................... 38 Bill, Melanie 121 ..........,............. 38.116 Billings, Buddy S. 111 ..,................. 28 Billy, Allen 121 Birr, Pat 111 ................,,,................... 28 Bischof, Phyllis Gay 121,.38.101.151 Bischoff, Warren 111 .............. 28,159 Bischotfer, Tom 111 ....................,... 28 Bitter, Shirley 111 .................... 28.118 Bjorge, Jim 131 .,.............................. 48 Bjorklund, Bruce 141 ........ 59,153,170 Black, James 141 ........................ 60.113 Black, Linda 111 .,...................... 2,118 Black, Thomas 131 ,......,... ............... 4 8 Blackwell, Barbara 111..27,28,88,118 Blackwood, Kay 111 ....,................... 28 Blair, Barbara 111 ..... ....................... 2 8 Blair, Bradley 111 ............., 28,146,156 Blake, Jlm 121 ........... .............. 38 .167 Blakely, Del 111 .......... .. ............ 28,90 Blakely, Dennis 111 ........ .........,, 2 8 Blanchard, Bob 131. .,....... .,......... 4 8 Blecke, Juanita 131 .-... ....... 48.120 Bleile, John 131 ..,..,,..,,....... ............ . .48 Blink, George 111 ......,....................... 28 Bliss, James 111 ................ 2888.93.95 Block, Terry 111 ........................ 28.116 Blomqulst, Donald 121 ....... A ......,..... 38 Blose. Diana 141 .... 57.60.101-3.114.121 Blum, Alan 121 ..............,..,................ 38 Blume, Karen 111 .....,.....,........ 28,106 Bobinette, Beryl 111 ,..... .......... 28 .118 Boden, Kathleen 121 ..................,... 120 Bodor, Kathy 131 ................ 48,122,123 Boeche, Penny Ann 121 .................. 38 Boehm, Cora 111 ............ 28.86.106.117 Boehne, Stanley 131 ...,.................. 111 Boehner, John 131 ...... 48,147,155.168 Boekhoff, Mary 121 .,.. 38.104.111.114 Boettger, Edward 131 ..............----.- 43 Bogart, Carol 111 .............,.... 28.86.118 Bolas, Bruce 141 ...... 60.92.93.122.137 Bolas, Robert 111 ...............,........ 28.93 Bolllger, Cindy 111 .........,..-.-.---- 28,160 Bolllger, Dennis 121 .......... ........... 38 Bollmann, Bob 121 ....,........... . ,.... 38.96 Bolsinger, Randall 131 ........4S.92.100,114,116.130.13'1 Bonin, Phyllis 121 ................ 38.94.116 Bonn, Jerry 131 .,...............,......-- 48.170 Borchert, Virginia 111 ......,............. 28 Borg, Laurene 121 ..........l........----- --38 Borgardt, Darlene 111 ................-..- 28 Borgardt, Sondra 111 ..............., ------ 28 Borgen, Dan 141 ........,......... 60.122153 Bork, George 121 .......... 38.148.154.167 Borman. Wally 131 ..........,. 48.92.163 Born, Marcia 131 ,..., . ...........,...... 48.94 Boscamp, Carol 121 .........,.......... 38.120 Boss, Nancy Jean 111 Bostlan, Sharon 141 ....................-.-1 60 Bott, Carol Anne 121 ....,...38,94.106.114.138 Bowdle, Suzy 111 .,.,............--...-- ------- 2 8 Bower, James 111 ...,.. .......... 2 8.95.159 Bower, Nancy 131 ..,,.......--------- 48.120 Bowler, Margaret 141 ...,................ 60 Bowman, Clinton 121 .........,.,,.., 90.121 Bown, Judy 141 .......... 60,122,124,151 Boyes, Gerald 111 .........................,.- 23 Bozusky, Larry 131 ....... .......... ....... 4 8 Braasch, Lorraine 141 ........----.------. 60 Bracken, Bonnie 121 ..,............, 38,115 Bradle, Barb 121 ............ 37,38,101.151 Bradley, Deane 111 ............--.- 28.91.95 Bradley, Lee 121 .................. 38.90.121 Brumlt, Douglas 111 Brumlt, Ellen 141 ...................... 60,160 Brunberg, James 121 ................ 38.45 Brunberg, Mary 111 ............,.,. 8.108 Brunettl, Pat 111 ....,,,..................... 28 Brunner, Dave 141 ............ 60,96.98,99 Brunner, Joyce 121 ............ 38.94.125 Bruscato, Fran 121 ...... 37,38,116,135 Bryant, Gall 111 ................................ 28 Bryant, Rob 121 .................-----.--------- 38 Bryngelson, Mary Ellen 121..38,122 Bucher, Sherman 131 .................... 112 Buck, Betty 111 .................... 28.85.118 Buckerldge, Charles 131 .................. 48 Buckle. Jane 131 ......,....................... 48 Buckley, Rich 121 .............. Buehrlng, Janet 111 ....38.96.99 Buglelskl, Gerllyn 121 .... 38,106,151 Buick, Don 111 .... ..... ................... 28 , 155 Buick, Pat 131 .................... 48,147,168 Bunn, Julie 141 ..... ...... .......,,.. 6 0 .106 Bunn, Laurle 121 .......... .,...... 38 .108 Bunn, Russell 121 .......................... ,... 38 Bunnel, Fred 131 Burdltt. Pat 121 ..........,.,.................,. 38 Buren, Dave 131 ............ 48,86.168.170 Burfelnd, Raymond 141 ........57,6O,96,99,10f7,170 Burfeind, Wllllam 111 ...,.... 28.95.155 Burger, Diane 131 ..............,. 48,109,160 Burgess Burgess , Douglas 121 .............,........ 38 , Priscilla 141 ........60.114,122.131 Burgess, Wendy 111,.,.28.104.109.134 Burkart, Dick 141 Burke, Barb 121 .........,................ 38.95 Burke, Jack 121 .......... ............. 1 56 Burke. Judy 121 ........................ 38.120 Burke, Llnda 111 ........B.35.85.116.13O.133 Burkhalter, Donald 111. Burkwest, Kathy 131 ...........,.... 48.139 Burnett, Ginger 121 .........,......., 38,120 Burnquist, Ronald 111 ........48 Bradshaw, B'Ann 131 ...,.................. 48 Braham, Judy 111 .......... Brahm, Tom 121 .......... ....... 38 .111 Brandon, Carl 121 .....,.... , ......,... 38 Bratkovlc, Albert 131 ...,.... ........... 4 8 Bremner, Bob 111 ......,....,.......... 28155 Brennan, Lorraine 121 ............ 38:116 Brenyas, Carol 111 .......................,.. 118 Breust, Carole 111 .........,.......... 28,118 Breust, George 131 ....... Bright, Steven 111 ,,......,. Brine, Mary Jane 141 ................ 60,141 Burnqulst, Clyde 131 ......, Burns, Lorelei 141 ............. ........... 60 Burns, Marlkay 111 ....... ........ 28 ,118 Burusto. John 111 ........... ........ 28 .159 Busse, Gloria 121 ........ ,....,.... . 38 Busse, Jay 121 ............. . ......... 38.96 Busse, Karen 121 .,...... ....,...,.. 38 Busse, Pat 121 .............. ........... 38 Busse, Phyllis 111 ........ ........ 28 ,118 Busse, Sandra 121 ...................... 38.120 Bussert, Vlrglnla 131 ........48.92,116.122.131,132.160 Butler, Oka 111 ............................ 28,90 Buttenob, Pam 131 ........................ 138 Butterfield, Keith 131 ........48.155.165,180 Butts, David 141 ................,....... 60,107 Bycroft, Carol 131 .......................,.. 48 Byer. B111 111 ...................,.....,...,...... 28 Byers, Bob 121 ............................... ,.... 38 Bylskl, Christine 111 .......... 27.28.130 Byrett, Marvin 111 ...................... ...... 28 C Cagle, Carole 121 ........ ,.....,..., 38 Brinke, Joanne 121 .......................... 38 Broadbent, Nancy 111 .... ................ 28 Broadwell, Jill 131 ...... 48,122.150,151 Brodahl, Karen 131 ............ 48,124,151 Broderick, Tom 131 .......................... 48 Broege, Bob 111 ................................ 28 Broege, Dorothy 121 ,....,.... ...,... 38 Broeske, Larry 121 ......... .............. 38 Brohm, Robert 121 Brome, Jim 111 ................... ...28.95.119 Brond, Donna 121 Brongel, Richard 111 ...................... 28 Calms, Patricia 121 ....... Callans. Tom 121 ............ Caltaglrone, Sam 141 ....... Cameron, Larry 141 ....... Cameron, Pete 111 ,........ . Campbell, Jerry 121 ....... Campbell, Karen 131 ......... Candiotes, Penny 111 ............... Cangelosl. Joseph 121 ..... Cargill. Peggy 141, .......... .. 38.120 60,113 38,156 .28 136 v .60. 1 22,123 Carl, Sally 131 .................,...........,...... 48 I73 Brumlt, A Acker, Tom 111 ................,............. 159 Ackerlund, Judy 131 ........................ 48 Adam, Scott 141 ........57.59,92,111,122,131.134,170 Adams, David 121 .......,A ........... 1 21.146 Adams, Wallace 111 .....................Y.. 28 Addy, James 121 ..........................,.,.., 38 Addy, Joyce 131 Adklns, Davld 121 .A.A........................ 38 Adklsson, Karen N. 111 .... 28,118,130 Ahmer, Don 131..47,48,86,111.147,168 Alman. James E. 111 ......,........ 28.155 Ainslie, Diane 131 ........ 48,115,122,138 Sfudenf xgnclex Bardach, Richard 121 .............. 38.154 Barker, Pat 131 .,.....................,.. 48,120 Barker, Roland 121 ............,......,...,.. 38 Barkulis, Denise N, 111 ..,.,..... 28,118 Barnard, Linda 141 .................... 59,131 Barnes, Ronald 121 ...,..,........... 37.164 Baron. Donna Lee 111 ..,...,..,.. 28,104 Barrett, Barb 131 .......... . ............,.... 48 Barrett, Lyle E. 111, ........,....,. 28,136 Barrick, Margaret 111 Barron, Gail 141 ........................ 59.160 Barry, Rosemar 121 y .... Bartle, Vincent 121 ........ Bartman, Carole 121 ..l............... 38,110 Barzano, Bill 131 ............ . ............ 111 Barzano. Bob J, 111..1 .... .,..,,..., 2 8 Basler, Donna 131 Brooke, David 141 ........... ......... 60 .97 Brooks, Bob 111 ........................,....... 28 Brosooe, Sue 141 ................,............... 60 Brousseau, Larry 111 ....,... 28.91.159 Brovant, Harley 121 ..........,.,......... ,... 38 Brown, Ann 141..60,88,96.137,160.161 Brown, Barbara 111 .............i....., 8.109 Brown, Carol A. 111 .................. 28.104 Brown, Diane 121 ................ 38,110,115 Brown, Di Ann 131 .......................... 48 Brown, Douglas 141 ........................ 60 Brown, Penny 111 ....,.,. 28,85.117.118 Brown, Richard 121 .................... 38.88 Brown, Sue 131 .................................. 48 Brown, Thurston 141 137.165,170.180 Brownell, Glynn 121 ........38,86,120,131.136 Bruhn, Robert 121 ...,................ 38,111 Betty 131 ............................ 48 Boland, Pat 111 ...,.....................---.--.-- 23 Belgel, Marcy 121 ..,..... 38.114,120.l31 Batts, Richard 131 ....... ........ 4 8.92 Bauer, Eugene 141 .................... 59,112 Bauer. Joy 141 .................................. 59 Baughman, Dave B. 111 ........ 28,515.96 Baumann, Jerry 121 ..,....,................ 38 Baumet, Darlene 121 ...................... 38 Baumet, Pat 141 ..,.............,............... 59 Bayne, Carol 121 .............................. 38 Bear, Nancy 141 ............,..,,. 59.94.122 Beasley, George 141 ............ 59.122.128 Beaurllne, Mary 141 ...............,........ 59 Becker, Marlene Kay 111 .,.,..,.28.108.109.160 Becker, Ronald 141 ...,...,. ......... . .59,112 Beckman. John 121 .... 38,148.154.167 Beckman, Richard G. 111 .,......,... 28 Beckway, Grace 131 .... 48,101,121,151 Beckway, Greg W. 111 .................. 28 Bedford, Fred 121 ......,............... 38,96 Bedingfield, Carol 111 ........ 27.28.108 Behm, Tom 141 ...,...................... 59,131 Behrendt, Keith 121 Behrens, Carl M. 111 ................ 28,156 Behrens, Erwin 141 .......l.................. 59 Behrens, Janet 141 ............................ 59 Beier. Elaine 131 ............ .... 4 8.116.122 Belgel. David 141 ...................... 59,112 Beisler, Norma 141 .,.. 59.122,123,134 Belsler, Stephen H, 111 .... 28.119155 Belden. Lynne M. 111 ........ 28,118,136 Bell, Fred 111 Bell, Sue 121 ........,.,.........,............. 37.38 Benda, Marlee 111 ..............,........,.... 28 Bendell, Nomxan C. 111 ...... 28.35.95 Benedix, Robert 111 Benevlch, Alan 121 .......,.............. 38,96 Bennett, Bill 121 .....,............A............. 38 Bennett, Davld 121 ............................ 38 Bennett, Bob 131 ...,. ................... 4 8.155 Benrud, Jon 131 .......,,... 48,145,155,167 Benson, Bonnie 131 ,,,..... .......... 4 8,151 Benson, Carolyn A. 111 ........28.86,116.118 Benson, Marilyn R. 111 .......... 28,118 Aksamlt. James 141 ........................ 59 Albln, June M, 111 ..........,............... 28 Alesi, Arleen 141 .......... ................. 5 9 Allen, Bllly 121 ..................,............. 38 Allen, George H. 111 ............ 28.85.159 Allen, Martha 111 ............................ 28 Allen, Patricia 131 ............................ 48 Allison, Glorlann 141 ........ 59,160,161 Allison, Mary 121 ................. ........... 38 Alm, Susan A. 111 ..,.........,............... 28 Alongl, Donald 121 ...........,.............. 38 Alongi, Josephine J. 111 ,.... . ......... .28 Altergott, Dennis 121 ,..,......... ,........ 38 Altvatter, Sheila 141 ..............,. 59.106 Amann, John 141 .............,................ 59 Amberg, Tom 141 ..,..................... ...59 Andersen. John A, 141 ........ 86.98.137 Andersen, Lars 141 .................... 59.122 Anderson, Bob 121 .......,.,.....,.....,.... 11 Anderson Bob J. 141 .......,.......,..... .59 Anderson Carol 131 Anderson. Carol June 141 ........59,110,l15.134 Anderson, Carrolle J, 111 ....., 28.160 Anderson Dawne L. 111 ...,....28,86,118.130,160 Anderson, Earle 121 .....,.................. 11 Anderson, Gayle L. 111, .......,... 28.118 Anderson, Jack 121 .......................... 38 Anderson Joan A. 121 .................... 11 Anderson, John 141 ........59.145,153.166,170 Anderson, Judy A. 111 ...... 28,104,136 Anderson, Karen 121 ................ 38.120 Anderson, Ken W. 111 ...... 3,146,155 Anderson Nancy Kay 121 ..,.....38,98,114,151 Anderson, Pat 121. ..........,... ...,...,... 38 Anderson Paul 131 .......................... 48 Anderson Pete 141 .......,.,.. 59,147,168 Anderson Richard A, 111 .......,.... R Anderson Richard C. 121..38,96,159 Anderson. Ron 121 .,.,............ 38.96.159 Anderson, Sandra Sue 121 ...... 38.111 Anderson, Susan 131 ...... 48,98.99,131 Anderson, Wllllam K. 111 ...... 28,119 Andrew, Bill 121 .......... 38,148,167,156 Angelo!! Pat 141 .,.................... 59,112 Angus. Dave 121 .................... 38.91.95 Anson. Wes 121 .........,..............., 38,146 Apgleyard, Myron 131 ............,....... 48 Ar lnger, Charles 131 ......,.,............, 48 Aronson. Earle W. 111 .................. 28 Arrasmlth, Alice K. 111 ............ 2.89 Askelof, Lee 141 ........, .....,.,....... 5 9,147 Atwood, Cynthia 111 ,.,...,,..,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 28 Auer, Nelson 0. 111 .......... ...... .......,.. 28 Aukamp, Melvin T, 111 .,......,.,. 28,149 Aurnhammer, Raymond H. 111 .... 28,91 Austin, Bernard 121 ..................,...., 38 Averill, Don 121 .,,,.,,,.,,,, Averill. Eleanor 131 .,................ 48.121 Bachar, Bruce 121 ........... Bader, Richard 131 ......... ................. 4 8 Bailey. Bahr, Linda Rae 141 ................ 59,104 Rickey 111 .......... 28,88,93.119 Baker, Beverly 111 ..........,,,,,.,,,,,, 28,35 Baker, John 141. ................. 59,165,180 Baker, Karen 141 .... 59,96,114,136,151 Baker, Nancy 131 ........ 48,108,115,141 Bakke. Howard 131 ......................,... 48 Ball. Susan 141 ................ 59,88,94,122 Balllng, Dave 131 Ballou, Don 121 .......................... 38,159 Ballou. Sandra 121 .....,........... .,.38,120 Banach, Carlotta 131 ............,,....,... 48 Banach. Janet V. 121 ............ .......... 38 Bannister. John 111 ..,............,..,. 28,88 Barber, Carole 111 ............................ 28 Barbour, Bob 131 ........48.147.155,168,169.170 Barbour. Terry A. 111..28,85,118,152 Ber, David L. 111 ............................ 28 Ber, Mike 121 ...........................,., 38.156 Berendsen, Jim A. 111. .................. .28 Berg, Andy 121 .......................... 38,109 Berg, Bob 141 ..........................,.,. 92,122 Berg, Doreen A, 111 ................ 28.118 Berg, Elinor 121 .......... 38.120,135,152 Berg, Howie 141 .,..,.,.59,100.101,103,147,170 Berg, Jack 131 .....................,.........,.. 48 Berg, Kathy 131 ........................ 48,121 Berg, Robert 141 ........ .............. 5 9 Berg, Robert 121 ................ .......... R Berge, Louise 121 ....................... Bergmann, Barbara 141 ................ 59 Bergmann, John E 111 .... 28,119,149 Bergner, Vem 111 .................... 28,159 Bergstrom, Steven O, 111 ............ 28 Bergstrom, Tom 121 .... ...... 38 .87,154 Bernard, Glenn 121 .....,.................. 121 Berndt, Nell 111 ........ ........... ...28 Berndt, Noel F. 111 ....... .,..... 28 Berndt, Terry 121 .............. .... . ..38 Bemgen, Douglas 121 .......... ....... 38 Berschet, Bob 141 ........................,... 59 Bersted, Bruce 131 ..... .................. . ..48 Bertok, Bonnie 131 .................... 48,110 Bertok, Steve 121 .............. 38,104,159 Bertsch, Phil 121 ..,........................... 43 Best, John 141 ..,............ .............,... 5 9 Best, Karen 121 ............... .............. 38 Best, Mary Ellen 121 ................ 38,120 Betts, Carla 121 ...........,.................... 38 Bevan, Barbara 131 ....... .............. 4 8 Beyer, Art 131 ............................ 48,168 Blalo, Charles 121 ............. ............... 38 Blalo, Robert 121 .....................,.. 38,91 Bldderman, James 111 .... 2888.90.95 Blederstadt, Julie 141 ...............,...... 59 Blellnski, Blll 131 .............................. 48 Biellnski, Mary Ann 141 ................ 59 Bielinskl, Pat J. 111 ....... ........... 2 8 Bierlein, Hanni 141 Blerma. Harry 121 ..,......................... 38 Bill, Melanie 121 ..........,............. 38.116 Billings, Buddy S. 111 ..,................. 28 Billy, Allen 121 Birr, Pat 111 ................,,,................... 28 Bischof, Phyllis Gay 121,.38.101.151 Bischoff, Warren 111 .............. 28,159 Bischotfer, Tom 111 ....................,... 28 Bitter, Shirley 111 .................... 28.118 Bjorge, Jim 131 .,.............................. 48 Bjorklund, Bruce 141 ........ 59,153,170 Black, James 141 ........................ 60.113 Black, Linda 111 .,...................... 2,118 Black, Thomas 131 ,......,... ............... 4 8 Blackwell, Barbara 111..27,28,88,118 Blackwood, Kay 111 ....,................... 28 Blair, Barbara 111 ..... ....................... 2 8 Blair, Bradley 111 ............., 28,146,156 Blake, Jlm 121 ........... .............. 38 .167 Blakely, Del 111 .......... .. ............ 28,90 Blakely, Dennis 111 ........ .........,, 2 8 Blanchard, Bob 131. .,....... .,......... 4 8 Blecke, Juanita 131 .-... ....... 48.120 Bleile, John 131 ..,..,,..,,....... ............ . .48 Blink, George 111 ......,....................... 28 Bliss, James 111 ................ 2888.93.95 Block, Terry 111 ........................ 28.116 Blomqulst, Donald 121 ....... A ......,..... 38 Blose. Diana 141 .... 57.60.101-3.114.121 Blum, Alan 121 ..............,..,................ 38 Blume, Karen 111 .....,.....,........ 28,106 Bobinette, Beryl 111 ,..... .......... 28 .118 Boden, Kathleen 121 ..................,... 120 Bodor, Kathy 131 ................ 48,122,123 Boeche, Penny Ann 121 .................. 38 Boehm, Cora 111 ............ 28.86.106.117 Boehne, Stanley 131 ...,.................. 111 Boehner, John 131 ...... 48,147,155.168 Boekhoff, Mary 121 .,.. 38.104.111.114 Boettger, Edward 131 ..............----.- 43 Bogart, Carol 111 .............,.... 28.86.118 Bolas, Bruce 141 ...... 60.92.93.122.137 Bolas, Robert 111 ...............,........ 28.93 Bolllger, Cindy 111 .........,..-.-.---- 28,160 Bolllger, Dennis 121 .......... ........... 38 Bollmann, Bob 121 ....,........... . ,.... 38.96 Bolsinger, Randall 131 ........4S.92.100,114,116.130.13'1 Bonin, Phyllis 121 ................ 38.94.116 Bonn, Jerry 131 .,...............,......-- 48.170 Borchert, Virginia 111 ......,............. 28 Borg, Laurene 121 ..........l........----- --38 Borgardt, Darlene 111 ................-..- 28 Borgardt, Sondra 111 ..............., ------ 28 Borgen, Dan 141 ........,......... 60.122153 Bork, George 121 .......... 38.148.154.167 Borman. Wally 131 ..........,. 48.92.163 Born, Marcia 131 ,..., . ...........,...... 48.94 Boscamp, Carol 121 .........,.......... 38.120 Boss, Nancy Jean 111 Bostlan, Sharon 141 ....................-.-1 60 Bott, Carol Anne 121 ....,...38,94.106.114.138 Bowdle, Suzy 111 .,.,............--...-- ------- 2 8 Bower, James 111 ...,.. .......... 2 8.95.159 Bower, Nancy 131 ..,,.......--------- 48.120 Bowler, Margaret 141 ...,................ 60 Bowman, Clinton 121 .........,.,,.., 90.121 Bown, Judy 141 .......... 60,122,124,151 Boyes, Gerald 111 .........................,.- 23 Bozusky, Larry 131 ....... .......... ....... 4 8 Braasch, Lorraine 141 ........----.------. 60 Bracken, Bonnie 121 ..,............, 38,115 Bradle, Barb 121 ............ 37,38,101.151 Bradley, Deane 111 ............--.- 28.91.95 Bradley, Lee 121 .................. 38.90.121 Brumlt, Douglas 111 Brumlt, Ellen 141 ...................... 60,160 Brunberg, James 121 ................ 38.45 Brunberg, Mary 111 ............,.,. 8.108 Brunettl, Pat 111 ....,,,..................... 28 Brunner, Dave 141 ............ 60,96.98,99 Brunner, Joyce 121 ............ 38.94.125 Bruscato, Fran 121 ...... 37,38,116,135 Bryant, Gall 111 ................................ 28 Bryant, Rob 121 .................-----.--------- 38 Bryngelson, Mary Ellen 121..38,122 Bucher, Sherman 131 .................... 112 Buck, Betty 111 .................... 28.85.118 Buckerldge, Charles 131 .................. 48 Buckle. Jane 131 ......,....................... 48 Buckley, Rich 121 .............. Buehrlng, Janet 111 ....38.96.99 Buglelskl, Gerllyn 121 .... 38,106,151 Buick, Don 111 .... ..... ................... 28 , 155 Buick, Pat 131 .................... 48,147,168 Bunn, Julie 141 ..... ...... .......,,.. 6 0 .106 Bunn, Laurle 121 .......... .,...... 38 .108 Bunn, Russell 121 .......................... ,... 38 Bunnel, Fred 131 Burdltt. Pat 121 ..........,.,.................,. 38 Buren, Dave 131 ............ 48,86.168.170 Burfelnd, Raymond 141 ........57,6O,96,99,10f7,170 Burfeind, Wllllam 111 ...,.... 28.95.155 Burger, Diane 131 ..............,. 48,109,160 Burgess Burgess , Douglas 121 .............,........ 38 , Priscilla 141 ........6O.114,122.131 Burgess, Wendy 111,.,.28.104.109.134 Burkart, Dick 141 Burke, Barb 121 .........,................ 38.95 Burke, Jack 121 .......... ............. 1 56 Burke. Judy 121 ........................ 38.120 Burke, Llnda 111 ........B.35.85.116.13O.133 Burkhalter, Donald 111. Burkwest, Kathy 131 ...........,.... 48.139 Burnett, Ginger 121 .........,......., 38,120 Burnquist, Ronald 111 ........48 Bradshaw, B'Ann 131 ...,.................. 48 Braham, Judy 111 .......... Brahm, Tom 121 .......... ....... 38 .111 Brandon, Carl 121 .....,.... , ......,... 38 Bratkovlc, Albert 131 ...,.... ........... 4 8 Bremner, Bob 111 ......,....,.......... 28155 Brennan, Lorraine 121 ............ 38:116 Brenyas, Carol 111 .......................,.. 118 Breust, Carole 111 .........,.......... 28,118 Breust, George 131 ....... Bright, Steven 111 ,,......,. Brine, Mary Jane 141 ................ 60,141 Burnqulst, Clyde 131 ......, Burns, Lorelei 141 ............. ........... 60 Burns, Marlkay 111 ....... ........ 28 ,118 Burusto. John 111 ........... ........ 28 .159 Busse, Gloria 121 ........ ,....,.... . 38 Busse, Jay 121 ............. . ......... 38.96 Busse, Karen 121 .,...... ....,...,.. 38 Busse, Pat 121 .............. ........... 38 Busse, Phyllis 111 ........ ........ 28 ,118 Busse, Sandra 121 ...................... 38.120 Bussert, Vlrglnla 131 ........48.92,116.122.131,132.160 Butler, Oka 111 ............................ 28,90 Buttenob, Pam 131 ........................ 138 Butterfield, Keith 131 ........48.155.165,180 Butts, David 141 ................,....... 60,107 Bycroft, Carol 131 .......................,.. 48 Byer. B111 111 ...................,.....,...,...... 28 Byers, Bob 121 ............................... ,.... 38 Bylskl, Christine 111 .......... 27.28.130 Byrett, Marvin 111 ...................... ...... 28 C Cagle, Carole 121 ........ ,.....,..., 38 Brinke, Joanne 121 .......................... 38 Broadbent, Nancy 111 .... ................ 28 Broadwell, Jill 131 ...... 48,122.150,151 Brodahl, Karen 131 ............ 48,124,151 Broderick, Tom 131 .......................... 48 Broege, Bob 111 ................................ 28 Broege, Dorothy 121 ,....,.... ...,... 38 Broeske, Larry 121 ......... .............. 38 Brohm, Robert 121 Brome, Jim 111 ................... ...28.95.119 Brond, Donna 121 Brongel, Richard 111 ...................... 28 Calms, Patricia 121 ....... Callans. Tom 121 ............ Caltaglrone, Sam 141 ....... Cameron, Larry 141 ....... Cameron, Pete 111 ,........ . Campbell, Jerry 121 ....... Campbell, Karen 131 ......... Candiotes, Penny 111 ............... Cangelosl. Joseph 121 ..... Cargill. Peggy 141, .......... .. 38.120 60,113 38,156 .28 136 v .60. 1 22,123 Carl, Sally 131 .................,...........,...... 48 I73 Carlin, Terry 111 .............................. 28 Carlino, Ralph 141 .............. 60,157,170 Carlisle, Ann 131 .,.......... 47,48,104,121 Carlsen, Daniel 111 .........,.......... 28,146 Carlsen, Joan 131 .............................. 48 Carlson, Al 121 ............. .............. 38 Carlson, Bob 111 ........................ 28.159 Carlson, Richard 111 .......... 28,85,146 Carlson, Don 141 .......................... 60,91 Carlson, George 141 ........ ............., 60 Carlson, Judy 141 ......, ....... 60,134 Carlson, Judyann 141 ...,.... .........,. 6 O Carlson, Tom 111 .....,..............,... 28.95 Carman, Bob 141 ...................... 60,158 Carns, Jim 131 ............................ 48,141 Carrozza, Carole Ann 121 ...... 38,106 Carsello, Diane 131 .................. ........ 4 8 Carstens. Donn 141 ..,....................... 60 Carter, Carol 141 ......... ...,..,....... 60 Cary, Diane 121 ............ ....... 38 .121 Cashin, Tom 121 ..........................,,,... 38 Cook, Carol 141 .......... 63,80,96,99,114 Cook, Nancy 121 ..,..........................,.. 39 Cooper, Kathleen 121 ...,.................. 39 Corbett, Jean 121 .............,........ 39,111 Cordaro, Myna Jayne 111 .......,,... 118 Cordaro, Ralph 141 .................... 63,147 Cordes, Ron 111 .,.................,.,.... 29,155 Cordes. Sylvia 141 ...... 63,114,131,134 Cassidy, Thomas 131 Cassie, James C. 111 .............. 28.91.95 Castle, Betsy 121 ..........,,.. 37,38,94,135 Castor, Mlke 111 ...........,.... 28,146,156 Catenazzo, Bob 141 Chisholm, Paulette 111 ....... ...... Choporls, Robert 121 ........ Christensen, Richard o goo oooo 5' ITD' I-'J'-T190 1 2121 """"2 m mmm 51550, 2' EP" fn'-ei! 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Cordle, Carolyn 111 .............. 29.89,118 Corteen, Patrick 131 ................ 49,153 Coryell, Tom 131 .,....................,....... 49 Cosman, Dave 131 ............ ............ 4 9 Cosman, Janet 131 ......... ...,.... 4 9,106 Costa, Jan 121 .,................ ........... 3 9 Costello, Pat 141 Cote, Carol 131 ,........... ........ 4 9 Coursey, Jackie 121 Coursey, Sandy 111 ......,........,.,......., 29 Courter, Kenneth 131 ...... 145,168,170 Covalsen, Blll 111 ........,.,..... 29,119,159 Covalsen, Lee 141 .........,...............,.. 63 Craig, Dave 141 .,.....,..,... ..,............ 63 Craig, Philip 111 ..................,,...... 29,95 Craig, Yvonne 141 ........63,80,114,117,134,137 Crane, Jackie 121 ..,.......................,.,, 39 Crane, Joyce 111 ......,..................,..,... 29 Creamer, Diane 121 ......,..... 39,109,121 Creamer, Roger 141 .................. 63,153 Crellin, John 121 ...............,......,....... 39 Crevlston, Betsy 121 ........39,120,131.135.151 Creviston, Bob 141 ...,........ 63,147,170 Crockett, Trish 111 ....,..,.... 27,29,106 Crowe, Allen 111 ,..,.............. 29.91.104 Christophersen, Ed 141 ..............,,.... 60 Christensen, Ron 111 ......,,.,............,. 28 Christiansen, Harry 121 Christiansen, Tom 121 ............ 38,148 Christln. Robert 121 Chrlstman, Betty 141 ..,...,.... ....... 60 Christophersen, Lynn 121 .............. 38 Christy, Linda 121 Clanclarulor, Richard 131 ...,.. 48,112 Cleclwa, Claudia 131..48,104,114,120 Cimlno Rosemarie 111 ..................,. 28 Cirrlcione, Paul 131 ..................,....... 48 Clabaugh, Jim 111 ,...,.... ........... 29 ,155 Clancy, Carol 121 ................ 38,116,120 Crummett, Linda 141 .............,.... 63,94 Cucinotta, Phil 121 .......................... 39 Cunningham, Bill 111 ..... .... ...,.... 29 Cunningham, Cunningham Cunningham: Curattl, Bob Curtin, Tom Bob 111. .....,............... 29 Robert 121 Sharon 111 .,.,.... 29,109 131 ...........................,.. 168 121 .... .,.........,....,......... 1 56 Edelblute, Richard 111 Clark, Don 141 .................,..............., 60 Clark. James 141 ............ 60.841.95.170 Clark. Jeff 121 ,,....... .,......... 38 ,132,133 Clark, Judlv 111 .......................... 29,106 Clark, Ka leen 111 ........................., 29 Clark, P Clark aul 131 ............................. .,.,.48 , Sue 121 ............................. 1 .... 38 Clark, Tom 121 .................... 38,156,157 Clark, Tom C, 121 .......,....... .. ........... 38 Clarke, Dick 121 .......... ............ 38 ,90 Clarke, Jack 111 ................................ 29 Clarke, Jacqui 131 ................,........... 48 Clarke, Susan J. 111 .... 29,86,116,118 Clarkson, Pat 111 .................,...,,....... 29 Clauslng, Janice 131 .......... 48,141,160 Clauslng. Robert 131 ........................ 48 Gabriel, Diane 111 ......,...,..............,.. 29 Clemens, Linda 141 .,......57,60,122,123,131,133 Clements, Michael J. 121 ................ 38 Clemmons, Bev 121 .......................,.,., 38 Clerihan, Bill 131 .............. ......, 4 8 Clerihan, Don 111 ,........ ...- ........... ..29 Clesen, Art 111 .......,.,.,.,.,.,.,..,,,,,,,,..,, 29 Clore, Larry 111 ......,.,..................,.. 29 Close, Celia 141 .................... 60,122,127 Close, Linda 121 ........,.........,, 38,911,152 Cloud, Janet 131..48,108,109,116,12O Coblenz, Joselyn 111 ...... 27,29,95,116 Cochran, John 131 Cochran, Robert 111 .........,.. 29,515,159 Cody, Edward 111 ....... .................. 29 Coey, Ann 121 ..........,....... ....... 39 ,120 Coffey, Jay 121 .,..,.,......,..,,....,,,,,,,,,.,, 39 Coken, Caren Lee 131 .............. 48,121 Cokenower, Ronald 111 .................. 29 Colburn, M. Kent 141 ........ ....... 60 Colburn, Marilyn 131 ......,. ,,,.,,,,.,, 4 8 Cole, David 111 .................................. 29 Coleman, Loren C. 131 .............. 48,92 Coleman, Lcynne 121 .......... ,.......... 39 Colllgnon, onnle121 ....... ..... , ..39 Collins, Jim 111 .....,..................,..,..,, 29 Collins, Terry 121 ............................ 39 Colmar, Carl 141 ...... 58,63,95,121,122 Colosimo. Tony 111.. ........................ 29 Colvin, Stephen 121 ............ 39,116,131 Comes, Loretta 121 Comlnsky, Carol 131 Cominsky, Merrily 121 Condon, Carol 121 .............. 39,121,135 Condy, Mercedes 111 ................ 29,118 Conklin, Barbara 131 ...................... 48 Conner, Terry 111 .............. ....... 29 Conrad, David 131 ............................ 48 Conrad, Nancy 131 .......................... 48 Conrad, Ron 131 ........ 48,96,98,99,158 Conroy, Carol 131 .......................,...... 48 Conroy, Jean 131 ................ 48,122,123 Conroy, Jim 131 .................... 49,92,168 Conroy, Judith 121 ....... .................. 39 Conroy, Tom 121 .............. ............... 39 Consoer, Mike 111 .......... ........ 29 I74 Curtis, Douglas 131 ....... ..,.... 4 9,113 Cyr, Susanne 141 ........ ........... 6 3 D'Argo, Joan 111 ......,........... 29.85,130 Dacus, Barbara 121 Dahlquist, Eugene 121 ...,....39,148,154,167 Dailey, Diane 141 ,.......57,63,94,103,122,125 Dally, Sue 121 .............,...... 39,114,135 Damerow, Kathy 121 .... 37,39,94,135 Danes, Kent 131 ......................,........... 49 Daniels, Denis 111 ...................,.. 29,88 Dapello, Robert 141 Darby, Patricia A, 111 ..,,.....,........ 118 Dassonville, Denny 131 Davidson, Martha 111 ...................... 29 Davis, Barbara 111 ,... ............. . ..29,109 Davis, Dawn 121..39,120,135,136,151 Davis, Jacquie 111 ...................... 29,85 Davis, Michele 121 ............................ 39 Davis, Richard 111 ................ 29,95,116 Davis, Walker 121 ..... ....................... 39 Dawson, Roberta 121 .................... 120 Dax, Darlene 121 .....,,....................... 39 Day, Kathy 131 .......,.....................,,... 49 Deahr, Ronald 141 ............................ 63 Dean, Barbara 131 ........., 49,94,96,114 Dean, Suzanne 111 ............ 29,109,118 DeBusman, Ed 111 .................... 29,91 DeBusman, Yvonne 121 .................... 39 Dedering, Jill 111 ,..,.. .......... 2 9,815,117 Deeke, Don 141 DeHuszar Madelaine 111 ...... 29.130 Delong, Russell 121 ........................ 39 Dembinski, Dolores 131 .,,....... 49,120 DeMichele, Carol 141 ................ 63,151 Deming, Nancy 131 .......................... 49 Dempewolf, Bill 111 ........................ 29 Dempewolf, Judy 131 ...... 49,120,136 Demsmore Sandy 111 .................... 29 Dethloff, Marge 111 .................,..,... 29 Dettmann, Pat 121 ....... ........ 3 9 Deu, June 131 .............. ........ 4 9 Deubel, Jack 131 ........... ............ 4 9 DeVitt, Patricia 131 ........................ 49 DeWall, Allan 111 .................. 2938.95 DeWilde, Daniel N. 121 .... 39,132,133 DeWilde, David A. 121 .................... 39 Diamond, Marianne 111 .........,,..... 29 Dickinson, Sally 111 ...........,...... 29,104 Dldrlckson, Jon 111 ....,........ .29,91,95 Dieball, Kenneth 131 .................. 49,90 Diehl, Jim 111 .......,...,............ 29,95,155 Diens, Robert 121 ..,......................... 39 Dierklng, Richard 141 .............. 63,113 Dierklng, Roger 121 ......,................... 39 Dieter, Laurie 111 ...,................ 29.118 Dietrich, William 111 .....,.......... 29,91 Dletrick, Florence 131 .,.. 49,121,160 Dletrick, SueAnn 141 ..........,...,....... 63 Dilley, George 111 .......,.,.. 29,149,156 Dilley, Gloria 111 ........ 29,108,109,16O DiValerio, Eileen 141 ........ 63,104,110 DlVito, Judy 141 ..............,.............., 63 Dixon, Barbara 121 .............,...... 39,110 Dixon, Dennis 111 ......... ............... 29 Doan, Charlotte 111 ....,..... ............ 29 Doan, Martin 111 ..........,..............,.... 29 Dobbins, Kathryn 111 ............ 29,118 Dodranski, Bruce 131 ..............,..... 49 Dodds, Harry 141 .,............,....... 63,122 Dodds, Sandy 111 ........ 29,118,150,160 Dodge, Bill 131 .... 49.145,146,168,169 Dodge, Lucky 121 .......,.........,.....,.... 39 Doering, Bill 141 ............,,....,.......... ,63 Doerr, Bob 131 ......., ....................... 4 9 Dolce, Ron 111 ...,...,...,........................ 29 Domrose, Jean 141 .... 63,108,111,116 Dorman, James 121 ..............,......... 39 Dormann, Joann 111 .....................,., 29 Dornan, Dolores 111 ...,...,.,,..... 29,118 Dornquast, Joann 131 ............ 49,105 Dotts, Dotty 121 .......,........ 39,122,123 Double, John 131 .......... 47,49,122,155 Dougan, Ken 121 ........ 39,122,154,167 Dow, Judy 111 ............,...,......,.... 29,118 Doyle, James 111 ,........................,...... 29 Doyle, Maryann 141 ..,...,.......,....,.,.. 63 Draganski, Ken 121 ,......,..... ,.......... 3 9 Drake, Ronald 131 ..........,..............,., 49 Drewes, Karen 121 ............ 39,122,151 Drinkwater, Dennis 111 .........,....., 29 Driscoll, Joan 111 ........ 29,86,106,109 Drumtra, Don 141 ......,.63,90,92,93,122,131 Dryjanskl, Dennis 111 ........,,.,.,...... 29 Dubs, Donn 121 .....,.........,.... 37,39,120 Dudek, Jim 141 ...................,........ 63,96 Duenn, Richard 121 ....... ........,.. 3 9,156 Duff, John 121 ..,........ .........,......... 96 ,99 Dundy, Mike 121.v39.148.154.168,1'70 Dungan, Beverly 121 ............,......... 39 Dungan, Sandy 111 ..,.,..................... 29 Dunsmore, James 121 ....... . .,.......... 39 Duran, Andy 111 ......,,...............,., 29,86 Duran, Lorenzo 131 ......... ..........., 4 9 Durben, Ken 131 Dvoracek, Darlene 121 Dwyer, Sandy 111 ...........,. .....,.,..., 29 Evenson, Bob 131 ...................... 49,107 Evenson, Ken 121 ...........,................ 37 Ewert, Alan 111 .............,. , ................ 29 Ewert, Jean 131 ...... 49,94,111,115,121 Ewing, Spence 141 ............................ 63 Fahrner, Jeff 111 ........,.............., 29,159 Farina, Beverly 141 ........................ 63 Farina, Larry 111 .,............................ 29 Farleigh, Roger 141 ........63,87,147,157,170 Farrand, Tom 141 ..,.......,. 63,96,99,132 Faulstich, Joyce 121 .............,., 39,120 Fedak, Jim 111 .... ..... ......................... 29 Fedak, Pat 141 ............... ......... 6 3,160 Federle, Dolores 111 ..,.,....,.............. 29 Fegan, Tom 121 ................................ 39 Feige, Allen 121 ........,.., 96,99,115,164 Felleisen, Cynthia 141 ..........., 64 ,131 Fellingham, Carol 141 ..................,. 64 Fellingham, Wendy 111 Fernstrom, Robert 141 ..,......... 64,122 Ferrara, David 121 .......................... 39 Ferrell, Diana 131 Ferrell, Virginia 111 ....... ........ 29 ,95 Ferris, Sharon 121 .....................,...... 39 Fessler, Roger 111 ...................,...... 29 Fichte, Bruce 121 ............ 37,39,148,170 Fiedler, Joy 121 ..........., ,, .................. 39 Field, Mike 111 .................... 29,146,156 Finger, Robert 121 ............ ,....... .,...... 39 Finnegan, Pat 131 Fischer, Bill 141 ................ 64,147,166 Fischer, N,ita 121 ............v................. 39 Fisher, Bonnie 121 ....,,...................... 39 Fisher, Fred 131 ..... ..... . .49,92,145,168 Fitzgerald, Frank 121 .................... 39 Fitz-Patrick, Judie 141 ........57,64,122,150,151 Fitzpatrick, Terry 121 .................... 39 Flack, Karen 131 .............,,............... 49 Fletcher, Carolyn 131..49,114,136,151 Dye, Karen 121 ............... .......... 1 20 Dyer, David 141 Dyson, Dee 121 ........ ........,. 3 9,44 E East, Ronald 111 ........................ 29,159 Eaton, Franke 121 .................... 39,154 Eaton, Iwnda 111 ................ 29,118,152 Eaton, illiam 111 ..........,......... 29,95 Ebel, Bob 121 ...........,........................ 39 Eberhardt, Karen 121 ...................... 39 Ebert, Dave 131 .................. 49,147,170 Eckardt, Robert 141 .............. 63,96,99 Edberg, Karin 141 ............................ 63 Eddleman, Harold 111 .,................., 29 Edelblute, Bill 111 ...................... 29,95 ........29,119,149,159 Edgcumbe, Jane 111 ........27,29,88,117,118 Edmonds, Susan 111 .......... 29,109,118 Edwards, Charles 131 ................ 49,95 Elch, Judy 131 .....,.,............. . .............. 49 Eichelberg, John 121 .................. 39.91 Elgas, Judy 111 ........,.... ..........., 29 Elia, Tom 111 ................ .........,..... 29 Elkjer, Bill 141 ......... ......,, 6 3,122 Elliot, Bob 111 ......,.,... ............ 29 Elliott, Earl 111 Elliott, Howie 141 ............................ 63 Elschlager, Bob 111 .........,...... 29.89.91 Elste, Chuck 131 ........................ 49,147 Elterman, Cynthia 131 ............ 49,104 Eltz, Jeannette 141 .......................... 63 Elwart, Karen 111 .............. 29,108,109 Elwess, David 141 .............................. 63 Embrey, Frank 141 ...... 63,130,131,1'70 Emmert, Judy 111 ................,... 29,118 Emmons, Jim 121 Empkie, Fred 111 .,..................,. 29,155 Engelking, Audrey 121 ..............,... 120 Engelking, Joyce 141 ..,..,.......... 63,120 Engle, Kurt 131 .,,............ ..,,........ 4 9 Engle, Lance 131 ........... ..,...... 4 9 Flood, Bill 121 ........,................... 96,159 Folkmann, Patti 111 ................ 29,109 Follett, Carol 121 ...................... 39,110 Follett, Vernette 111 ........,............... 29 Folwarski, Rosemary 121 .............. 39 Fonfara, Linda 121 .....,............ 39,121 Fontaine, Robin 131 .... 49,94,115,121 Fors, Larry 121 ............................ 39,96 Forsberg, Joyce 141 ........................ 64 Forsberg, Robert 111 ..................,... 29 Forster, Glenn 121 .................... 39,156 Foster, Pat 121 .,,............................... 39 Framberger, James 111 Franclskovlch, Mark 131 ..,..... 49,111 Frank, Robert 111 .............. 29,104,155 Franzen, Ronald 121 ...,.................... 39 Frawley, Chantal 121 .....,... . ............ 39 Freeding, Grant 121 ......,......... 39.159 Freeman, Elaine 121 .......,...........,.... 39 ,.29 86 160 Freeman, Kathie 111 ........ 1 1 Freler, Jeff 121 ...........................,...... 39 Freise, Carol 131 ........... ......... 4 9,106 Freitag, Allen 121 ............................ 39 Freu, Carol 121 .......................... 39,120 Friend, Mel 141 .................. 64,122,147 Friend, Ronald 121 ....... ..... 39 ,121,122 Friker, Ken 131 ..................... ,49,96,99 Friker, Wally 111 .,...... ................ 29 Frink, Sheila 121 ...,...............,.......... 39 Fromm, Barbara 141 ,.......64,96,99,111,134 Epley, Jack 131 Erber, Ri Erickson, chard 131 Barbara 121 39,94,115,120, 135 Fromm, George 121, ......,...... 89,91,96 Frost, Bill 131 ..,...,...............v............. 49 Froyd, Fredric 111 ............ 29,149,155 Fruehling, Judith 121 .... 39,88,92,122 Fugate, Diane 121 ............................ 39 Fundahn, Edward 111 ....,........... 29,88 G' Gabriel, Bill 121 ................................ 39 Gage, Rosemary 141 .... 64,94,137,138 Gaides, Frank 131 ............................ 49 Galandak, Doren 121 ................ 39,151 Galarsa, Carlos 131 Galitz, Janice 131 ..........,..... 49,114,121 Erickson, Carol 131 Erickson, Dee Dee 141..63,94,122,135 Erickson, Jim 131 ........49,96,164,165,170,180 Erickson, Lois 131 ...,..............,. 49,135 Erikson, Judy 141 ........... ...63,106,115 Erlander, John 121 ............................ 39 Ernst, Susan 111 ......... .,,,.... 29 ,118 Ernst, Terry 121 ......... ................ 39 Ervin, Barbara 111 .......................... 29 Ervo, Sonia 111 ....,................. 29,95,116 Erwin, Gary 111 ....... .. .................. .29 Esmond, Beryl 111 ............ 29,118,160 Esmond, Newell 121 ........................ 39 Esquivel, Candelaris 131 ..,............. 49 Esse, Roger 111 .,.,.............................. 29 Evans, Barbara 111 .........,.... 27,29,118 Evans, Ralph 121 ....... .........,......... 39 Evans, William 131 ....... ................ 96 Evanson, Gayle 141 .... ......... 63,122 Gallvan, Nancy 141 .......................... 64 Gall, Barb 141 ,... ......v..,...................... 64 Gallagher, Richard 111 ............ 29.156 Gallee, Karl 131 ....,............................. 49 Gallee, Kathleen 121 Galowltch, Pat 121 ........................ ..39 Gardner, Gay 121 ........................ 39,120 Gardner, Jim 111 ........v............... 29,159 Gardner, Marion 131 Gassaway, Oleta 111 ....... Gassway, Jackie 131 Gates, Dave 121 .............. 5959399 giagnig Bm 5935929 SO' 333' ' ,,a:r:,.,.UZ-' E-'gggtfgp' swag 2 9,3 co-1: E mr-1 VD-:: ""E ::,-.A 5232559 . :::1-15 : :: ::59g889 ZISH- 1-lb-U-I 882543828 ES Carlin, Terry 111 .............................. 28 Carlino, Ralph 141 .............. 60,157,170 Carlisle, Ann 131 .,.......... 47,48,104,121 Carlsen, Daniel 111 .........,.......... 28,146 Carlsen, Joan 131 .............................. 48 Carlson, Al 121 ............. .............. 38 Carlson, Bob 111 ........................ 28.159 Carlson, Richard 111 .......... 28,85,146 Carlson, Don 141 .......................... 60,91 Carlson, George 141 ........ ............., 60 Carlson, Judy 141 ......, ....... 60,134 Carlson, Judyann 141 ...,.... .........,. 6 O Carlson, Tom 111 .....,..............,... 28.95 Carman, Bob 141 ...................... 60,158 Carns, Jim 131 ............................ 48,141 Carrozza, Carole Ann 121 ...... 38,106 Carsello, Diane 131 .................. ........ 4 8 Carstens. Donn 141 ..,....................... 60 Carter, Carol 141 ......... ...,..,....... 60 Cary, Diane 121 ............ ....... 38 .121 Cashin, Tom 121 ..........................,,,... 38 Cook, Carol 141 .......... 63,80,96,99,114 Cook, Nancy 121 ..,..........................,.. 39 Cooper, Kathleen 121 ...,.................. 39 Corbett, Jean 121 .............,........ 39,111 Cordaro, Myna Jayne 111 .......,,... 118 Cordaro, Ralph 141 .................... 63,147 Cordes, Ron 111 .,.................,.,.... 29,155 Cordes. Sylvia 141 ...... 63,114,131,134 Cassidy, Thomas 131 Cassie, James C. 111 .............. 28.91.95 Castle, Betsy 121 ..........,,.. 37,38,94,135 Castor, Mlke 111 ...........,.... 28,146,156 Catenazzo, Bob 141 Chisholm, Paulette 111 ....... ...... Choporls, Robert 121 ........ Christensen, Richard o goo oooo 5' ITD' I-'J'-T190 1 2121 """"2 m mmm 51550, 2' EP" fn'-ei! 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Cordle, Carolyn 111 .............. 29.89,118 Corteen, Patrick 131 ................ 49,153 Coryell, Tom 131 .,....................,....... 49 Cosman, Dave 131 ............ ............ 4 9 Cosman, Janet 131 ......... ...,.... 4 9,106 Costa, Jan 121 .,................ ........... 3 9 Costello, Pat 141 Cote, Carol 131 ,........... ........ 4 9 Coursey, Jackie 121 Coursey, Sandy 111 ......,........,.,......., 29 Courter, Kenneth 131 ...... 145,168,170 Covalsen, Blll 111 ........,.,..... 29,119,159 Covalsen, Lee 141 .........,...............,.. 63 Craig, Dave 141 .,.....,..,... ..,............ 63 Craig, Philip 111 ..................,,...... 29,95 Craig, Yvonne 141 ........63,80,114,117,134,137 Crane, Jackie 121 ..,.......................,.,, 39 Crane, Joyce 111 ......,..................,..,... 29 Creamer, Diane 121 ......,..... 39,109,121 Creamer, Roger 141 .................. 63,153 Crellin, John 121 ...............,......,....... 39 Crevlston, Betsy 121 ........39,120,131.135.151 Creviston, Bob 141 ...,........ 63,147,170 Crockett, Trish 111 ....,..,.... 27,29,106 Crowe, Allen 111 ,..,.............. 29.91.104 Christophersen, Ed 141 ..............,,.... 60 Christensen, Ron 111 ......,,.,............,. 28 Christiansen, Harry 121 Christiansen, Tom 121 ............ 38,148 Christln. Robert 121 Chrlstman, Betty 141 ..,...,.... ....... 60 Christophersen, Lynn 121 .............. 38 Christy, Linda 121 Clanclarulor, Richard 131 ...,.. 48,112 Cleclwa, Claudia 131..48,104,114,120 Cimlno Rosemarie 111 ..................,. 28 Cirrlcione, Paul 131 ..................,....... 48 Clabaugh, Jim 111 ,...,.... ........... 29 ,155 Clancy, Carol 121 ................ 38,116,120 Crummett, Linda 141 .............,.... 63,94 Cucinotta, Phil 121 .......................... 39 Cunningham, Bill 111 ..... .... ...,.... 29 Cunningham, Cunningham Cunningham: Curattl, Bob Curtin, Tom Bob 111. .....,............... 29 Robert 121 Sharon 111 .,.,.... 29,109 131 ...........................,.. 168 121 .... .,.........,....,......... 1 56 Edelblute, Richard 111 Clark, Don 141 .................,..............., 60 Clark. James 141 ............ 60.841.95.170 Clark. Jeff 121 ,,....... .,......... 38 ,132,133 Clark, Judlv 111 .......................... 29,106 Clark, Ka leen 111 ........................., 29 Clark, P Clark aul 131 ............................. .,.,.48 , Sue 121 ............................. 1 .... 38 Clark, Tom 121 .................... 38,156,157 Clark, Tom C, 121 .......,....... .. ........... 38 Clarke, Dick 121 .......... ............ 38 ,90 Clarke, Jack 111 ................................ 29 Clarke, Jacqui 131 ................,........... 48 Clarke, Susan J. 111 .... 29,86,116,118 Clarkson, Pat 111 .................,...,,....... 29 Clauslng, Janice 131 .......... 48,141,160 Clauslng. Robert 131 ........................ 48 Gabriel, Diane 111 ......,...,..............,.. 29 Clemens, Linda 141 .,......57,60,122,123,131,133 Clements, Michael J. 121 ................ 38 Clemmons, Bev 121 .......................,.,., 38 Clerihan, Bill 131 .............. ......, 4 8 Clerihan, Don 111 ,........ ...- ........... ..29 Clesen, Art 111 .......,.,.,.,.,.,.,..,,,,,,,,..,, 29 Clore, Larry 111 ......,.,..................,.. 29 Close, Celia 141 .................... 60,122,127 Close, Linda 121 ........,.........,, 38,911,152 Cloud, Janet 131..48,108,109,116,12O Coblenz, Joselyn 111 ...... 27,29,95,116 Cochran, John 131 Cochran, Robert 111 .........,.. 29,515,159 Cody, Edward 111 ....... .................. 29 Coey, Ann 121 ..........,....... ....... 39 ,120 Coffey, Jay 121 .,..,.,......,..,,....,,,,,,,,,.,, 39 Coken, Caren Lee 131 .............. 48,121 Cokenower, Ronald 111 .................. 29 Colburn, M. Kent 141 ........ ....... 60 Colburn, Marilyn 131 ......,. ,,,.,,,,.,, 4 8 Cole, David 111 .................................. 29 Coleman, Loren C. 131 .............. 48,92 Coleman, Lcynne 121 .......... ,.......... 39 Colllgnon, onnle121 ....... ..... , ..39 Collins, Jim 111 .....,..................,..,..,, 29 Collins, Terry 121 ............................ 39 Colmar, Carl 141 ...... 58,63,95,121,122 Colosimo. Tony 111.. ........................ 29 Colvin, Stephen 121 ............ 39,116,131 Comes, Loretta 121 Comlnsky, Carol 131 Cominsky, Merrily 121 Condon, Carol 121 .............. 39,121,135 Condy, Mercedes 111 ................ 29,118 Conklin, Barbara 131 ...................... 48 Conner, Terry 111 .............. ....... 29 Conrad, David 131 ............................ 48 Conrad, Nancy 131 .......................... 48 Conrad, Ron 131 ........ 48,96,98,99,158 Conroy, Carol 131 .......................,...... 48 Conroy, Jean 131 ................ 48,122,123 Conroy, Jim 131 .................... 49,92,168 Conroy, Judith 121 ....... .................. 39 Conroy, Tom 121 .............. ............... 39 Consoer, Mike 111 .......... ........ 29 I74 Curtis, Douglas 131 ....... ..,.... 4 9,113 Cyr, Susanne 141 ........ ........... 6 3 D'Argo, Joan 111 ......,........... 29.85,130 Dacus, Barbara 121 Dahlquist, Eugene 121 ...,....39,148,154,167 Dailey, Diane 141 ,.......57,63,94,103,122,125 Dally, Sue 121 .............,...... 39,114,135 Damerow, Kathy 121 .... 37,39,94,135 Danes, Kent 131 ......................,........... 49 Daniels, Denis 111 ...................,.. 29,88 Dapello, Robert 141 Darby, Patricia A, 111 ..,,.....,........ 118 Dassonville, Denny 131 Davidson, Martha 111 ...................... 29 Davis, Barbara 111 ,... ............. . ..29,109 Davis, Dawn 121..39,120,135,136,151 Davis, Jacquie 111 ...................... 29,85 Davis, Michele 121 ............................ 39 Davis, Richard 111 ................ 29,95,116 Davis, Walker 121 ..... ....................... 39 Dawson, Roberta 121 .................... 120 Dax, Darlene 121 .....,,....................... 39 Day, Kathy 131 .......,.....................,,... 49 Deahr, Ronald 141 ............................ 63 Dean, Barbara 131 ........., 49,94,96,114 Dean, Suzanne 111 ............ 29,109,118 DeBusman, Ed 111 .................... 29,91 DeBusman, Yvonne 121 .................... 39 Dedering, Jill 111 ,..,.. .......... 2 9,815,117 Deeke, Don 141 DeHuszar Madelaine 111 ...... 29.130 Delong, Russell 121 ........................ 39 Dembinski, Dolores 131 .,,....... 49,120 DeMichele, Carol 141 ................ 63,151 Deming, Nancy 131 .......................... 49 Dempewolf, Bill 111 ........................ 29 Dempewolf, Judy 131 ...... 49,120,136 Demsmore Sandy 111 .................... 29 Dethloff, Marge 111 .................,..,... 29 Dettmann, Pat 121 ....... ........ 3 9 Deu, June 131 .............. ........ 4 9 Deubel, Jack 131 ........... ............ 4 9 DeVitt, Patricia 131 ........................ 49 DeWall, Allan 111 .................. 2938.95 DeWilde, Daniel N. 121 .... 39,132,133 DeWilde, David A. 121 .................... 39 Diamond, Marianne 111 .........,,..... 29 Dickinson, Sally 111 ...........,...... 29,104 Dldrlckson, Jon 111 ....,........ .29,91,95 Dieball, Kenneth 131 .................. 49,90 Diehl, Jim 111 .......,...,............ 29,95,155 Diens, Robert 121 ..,......................... 39 Dierklng, Richard 141 .............. 63,113 Dierklng, Roger 121 ......,................... 39 Dieter, Laurie 111 ...,................ 29.118 Dietrich, William 111 .....,.......... 29,91 Dletrick, Florence 131 .,.. 49,121,160 Dletrick, SueAnn 141 ..........,...,....... 63 Dilley, George 111 .......,.,.. 29,149,156 Dilley, Gloria 111 ........ 29,108,109,16O DiValerio, Eileen 141 ........ 63,104,110 DlVito, Judy 141 ..............,.............., 63 Dixon, Barbara 121 .............,...... 39,110 Dixon, Dennis 111 ......... ............... 29 Doan, Charlotte 111 ....,..... ............ 29 Doan, Martin 111 ..........,..............,.... 29 Dobbins, Kathryn 111 ............ 29,118 Dodranski, Bruce 131 ..............,..... 49 Dodds, Harry 141 .,............,....... 63,122 Dodds, Sandy 111 ........ 29,118,150,160 Dodge, Bill 131 .... 49.145,146,168,169 Dodge, Lucky 121 .......,.........,.....,.... 39 Doering, Bill 141 ............,,....,.......... ,63 Doerr, Bob 131 ......., ....................... 4 9 Dolce, Ron 111 ...,...,...,........................ 29 Domrose, Jean 141 .... 63,108,111,116 Dorman, James 121 ..............,......... 39 Dormann, Joann 111 .....................,., 29 Dornan, Dolores 111 ...,...,.,,..... 29,118 Dornquast, Joann 131 ............ 49,105 Dotts, Dotty 121 .......,........ 39,122,123 Double, John 131 .......... 47,49,122,155 Dougan, Ken 121 ........ 39,122,154,167 Dow, Judy 111 ............,...,......,.... 29,118 Doyle, James 111 ,........................,...... 29 Doyle, Maryann 141 ..,...,.......,....,.,.. 63 Draganski, Ken 121 ,......,..... ,.......... 3 9 Drake, Ronald 131 ..........,..............,., 49 Drewes, Karen 121 ............ 39,122,151 Drinkwater, Dennis 111 .........,....., 29 Driscoll, Joan 111 ........ 29,86,106,109 Drumtra, Don 141 ......,.63,90,92,93,122,131 Dryjanskl, Dennis 111 ........,,.,.,...... 29 Dubs, Donn 121 .....,.........,.... 37,39,120 Dudek, Jim 141 ...................,........ 63,96 Duenn, Richard 121 ....... ........,.. 3 9,156 Duff, John 121 ..,........ .........,......... 96 ,99 Dundy, Mike 121.v39.148.154.168,1'70 Dungan, Beverly 121 ............,......... 39 Dungan, Sandy 111 ..,.,..................... 29 Dunsmore, James 121 ....... . .,.......... 39 Duran, Andy 111 ......,,...............,., 29,86 Duran, Lorenzo 131 ......... ..........., 4 9 Durben, Ken 131 Dvoracek, Darlene 121 Dwyer, Sandy 111 ...........,. .....,.,..., 29 Evenson, Bob 131 ...................... 49,107 Evenson, Ken 121 ...........,................ 37 Ewert, Alan 111 .............,. , ................ 29 Ewert, Jean 131 ...... 49,94,111,115,121 Ewing, Spence 141 ............................ 63 Fahrner, Jeff 111 ........,.............., 29,159 Farina, Beverly 141 ........................ 63 Farina, Larry 111 .,............................ 29 Farleigh, Roger 141 ........63,87,147,157,170 Farrand, Tom 141 ..,.......,. 63,96,99,132 Faulstich, Joyce 121 .............,., 39,120 Fedak, Jim 111 .... ..... ......................... 29 Fedak, Pat 141 ,.............. ......... 6 3,160 Federle, Dolores 111 ..,.,....,.............. 29 Fegan, Tom 121 ................................ 39 Feige, Allen 121 ........,.., 96,99,115,164 Felleisen, Cynthia 141 ..........., 64 ,131 Fellingham, Carol 141 ..................,. 64 Fellingham, Wendy 111 Fernstrom, Robert 141 ..,......... 64,122 Ferrara, David 121 .......................... 39 Ferrell, Diana 131 Ferrell, Virginia 111 ....... ........ 29 ,95 Ferris, Sharon 121 .....................,...... 39 Fessler, Roger 111 ...................,...... 29 Ficbte, Bruce 121 ............ 37,39,148,170 Fiedler, Joy 121 ..........., ,, .................. 39 Field, Mike 111 .................... 29,146,156 Finger, Robert 121 ............ ,....... .,...... 39 Finnegan, Pat 131 Fischer, Bill 141 ................ 64,147,166 Fischer, Nita 121 ............v................. 39 Fisher, Bonnie 121 ....,,...................... 39 Fisher, Fred 131 ..... ..... . .49,92,1-15,168 Fitzgerald, Frank 121 .................... 39 Fitz-Patrick, Judie 141 ........57,64,122,150,151 Fitzpatrick, Terry 121 .................... 39 Flack, Karen 131 .............,,............... 49 Fletcher, Carolyn 131..49,114,136,151 Dye, Karen 121 ............... .......... 1 20 Dyer, David 141 Dyson, Dee 121 ........ ........,. 3 9,44 E East, Ronald 111 ........................ 29,159 Eaton, Franke 121 .................... 39,154 Eaton, Iwnda 111 ................ 29,118,152 Eaton, illiam 111 ..........,......... 29,95 Ebel, Bob 121 ...........,........................ 39 Eberhardt, Karen 121 ...................... 39 Ebert, Dave 131 .................. 49,147,170 Eckardt, Robert 141 .............. 63,96,99 Edberg, Karin 141 ............................ 63 Eddleman, Harold 111 .,................., 29 Edelblute, Bill 111 ...................... 29,95 ........29,119,149,159 Edgcumbe, Jane 111 ........27,29,88,117,118 Edmonds, Susan 111 .......... 29,109,118 Edwards, Charles 131 ................ 49,95 Elch, Judy 131 .....,.,............. . .............. 49 Eichelberg, John 121 .................. 39.91 Elgas, Judy 111 ........,.... ..........., 29 Elia, Tom 111 ................ .........,..... 29 Elkjer, Bill 141 ......... ......,, 6 3,122 Elliot, Bob 111 ......,.,... ............ 29 Elliott, Earl 111 Elliott, Howie 141 ............................ 63 Elschlager, Bob 111 .........,...... 29.89.91 Elste, Chuck 131 ........................ 49,147 Elterman, Cynthia 131 ............ 49,104 Eltz, Jeannette 141 .......................... 63 Elwart, Karen 111 .............. 29,108,109 Elwess, David 141 .............................. 63 Embrey, Frank 141 ...... 63,130,131,1'70 Emmert, Judy 111 ................,... 29,118 Emmons, Jim 121 Empkie, Fred 111 .,..................,. 29,155 Engelking, Audrey 121 ..............,... 120 Engelking, Joyce 141 ..,..,.......... 63,120 Engle, Kurt 131 .,,............ ..,,........ 4 9 Engle, Lance 131 ........... ..,...... 4 9 Flood, Bill 121 ........,................... 96,159 Folkmann, Patti 111 ................ 29,109 Follett, Carol 121 ...................... 39,110 Follett, Vernette 111 ........,............... 29 Folwarski, Rosemary 121 .............. 39 Fonfara, Linda 121 .....,............ 39,121 Fontaine, Robin 131 .... 49,94,115,121 Fors, Larry 121 ............................ 39,96 Forsberg, Joyce 141 ........................ 64 Forsberg, Robert 111 ..................,... 29 Forster, Glenn 121 .................... 39,156 Foster, Pat 121 .,,............................... 39 Framberger, James 111 Franclskovlch, Mark 131 ..,..... 49,111 Frank, Robert 111 .............. 29,104,155 Franzen, Ronald 121 ...,.................... 39 Frawley, Chantal 121 .....,... . ............ 39 Freeding, Grant 121 ......,......... 39.159 Freeman, Elaine 121 .......,...........,.... 39 ,.29 86 160 Freeman, Kathie 111 ........ 1 1 Freler, Jeff 121 ...........................,...... 39 Freise, Carol 131 ........... ......... 4 9,106 Freitag, Allen 121 ............................ 39 Freu, Carol 121 .......................... 39,120 Friend, Mel 141 .................. 64,122,147 Friend, Ronald 121 ....... ..... 39 ,121,122 Friker, Ken 131 ..................... ,49,96,99 Friker, Wally 111 .,...... ................ 29 Frink, Sheila 121 ...,...............,.......... 39 Fromm, Barbara 141 ,.......64,96,99,111,134 Epley, Jack 131 Erber, Ri Erickson, chard 131 Barbara 121 39,94,115,120, 135 Fromm, George 121, ......,...... 89,91,96 Frost, Bill 131 ..,...,...............v............. 49 Froyd, Fredric 111 ............ 29,149,155 Fruehling, Judith 121 .... 39,88,92,122 Fugate, Diane 121 ............................ 39 Fundahn, Edward 111 ....,........... 29,88 G Gabqer BHI121 ................................ as Gage, Rosemary 141 .... 64,94,137,138 Gaides, Frank 131 ............................ 49 Galandak, Doren 121 ................ 39,151 Galarsa, Carlos 131 Galitz, Janice 131 ..........,..... 49,114,121 Erickson, Carol 131 Erickson, Dee Dee 141..63,94,122,135 Erickson, Jim 131 ........49,96,164,165,170,180 Erickson, Lois 131 ...,..............,. 49,135 Erikson, Judy 141 ........... ...63,106,115 Erlander, John 121 ............................ 39 Ernst, Susan 111 ......... .,,,.... 29 ,118 Ernst, Terry 121 ......... ................ 39 Ervin, Barbara 111 .......................... 29 Ervo, Sonia 111 ....,................. 29,95,116 Erwin, Gary 111 ....... .. .................. .29 Esmond, Beryl 111 ............ 29,118,160 Esmond, Newell 121 ........................ 39 Esquivel, Candelaris 131 ..,............. 49 Esse, Roger 111 .,.,.............................. 29 Evans, Barbara 111 .........,.... 27,29,118 Evans, Ralph 121 ....... .........,......... 39 Evans, William 131 ....... ................ 96 Evanson, Gayle 141 .... ......... 63,122 Gallvan, Nancy 141 .......................... 64 Gall, Barb 141 ,... ......v..,...................... 64 Gallagher, Richard 111 ............ 29.156 Gallee, Karl 131 ....,............................. 49 Gallee, Kathleen 121 Galowltch, Pat 121 ........................ ..39 Gardner, Gay 121 ........................ 39,120 Gardner, Jim 111 ........v............... 29,159 Gardner, Marion 131 Gassaway, Oleta 111 ....... Gassway, Jackie 131 Gates, Dave 121 .............. 5959399 giagnig Bm 593x929 SO' 333' ' ,,e:r:,.,.UZ-' E-'gggtfgp' swag 2 9,3 co-1: E mr-1 VD-:: ""E ::,-.A 5232559 . :::1-15 : :: ::59g899 ZISH- 1-lb-U-I 882543828 ES Haberlchter, Bill 123 .... 39.596.99.165 Gates, Walter 123 Gatke, Gay 113 ............................ 29,95 Gans, 'Vlarty 143 ........64,87.103.122.127,137,156 Gaul, Dennls 133 ...................... 49,121 Gay, Barbara 143 ..,..,...,...... 64,122,151 Gay, Bob 123 ..A............ .................., 39 Gay, Judy 113 ......,,...,..... ....,...... ,,... 2 9 Geane, George 123 ...................... 39,148 Gehl. Bob 133 ...................................... 49 Gehrke, Jerry 113 ................ 29,149,155 Gehrke, Paul 113 ..........A....,..,........... 29 Geller, Leonard 123 .......................... 39 Genlslo, Ron 123. ....., ...............,......... 3 9 Geocarls, Tom 123 .----. 39,158,159,168 George, Kathie 123 .......................... 39 Geots. Lorna 113 ..............,..............,.. 29 Ed 113 ..............,............. 29,156 Gerber, Gerken, Donald 133 Jacklsch, ........49,86,147,153,166,170 Gerlach. Fred 123 .............A.........,...... 39 Germer, Roy 113 ..........,.............,..... 29 Gerrard, Edward 133 ...................... 49 Gerschefske, Cllfford 133 Gerschefske Jean 143 .......... ......,.. 6 4 Gervecke, Tony 123 .......... ..........., 3 9 Geserlck, Pat 113 .......... ........,....... 29 Getts, Donald 123 .......... ......... 3 9,156 Gewecke, Tonl 113 ...,........................ 39 Ghera, Marylou 133 ................ 49 121 Glese, Pamela 113 .......... ......... 29 ,108 Gleseke, Donna 123 ..........,.......,. 39,120 Glllham, Barb 133 ............................ 49 Glllon, Meg 133 ...,................ 49,111,122 Gllmore, Karen 133 ...................,.,.... 49 Glrvln, Pat 133 ..... .....................,. 4 9,153 Glulianl, Jill 133 ,...........,., ..,.. 4 9,92.122 Glade, Marian 133 ............................ 49 Gladlsh, Jim 113 ..,.................,......,.... 29 Glaeser, Edward 123 ,.........,........ Glaser, Bob 113 ............. .,........... 2 9,155 Glaser, Judy 143 ............. Glass, Larry 133 ............. Glass, Rlchard 123 ......... Glassle, Chuck 123 ........ Gruen, Ronald 143 .................... 64,113 Grundhoefer, Kathy 133 ................ 49 Gruthusen, Joy 113 .................... 30,118 Guarrlello, Nlkkl 123 ...............,...... 39 Gullett, Gary 113 ...................... 30.149 Gundlack, Darryl 123 .......... 39.96.156 Gunther, Barbara 113 .............. 30,109 Gust, Adollne 123 .............................. 39 Gustafson, Judy 113 .........,.. 30.86.109 Gustafson, Phlllip 123 ..,.....39,148,154,167 Gustltus, John 113 ,.,.....,................. 30 Gutru, Jeannie 123 ...,.,.,37,39,114.121,135,152 Gutzmer, Jlm 113 .............,................ 30 H Haas, Jaci 113 ........... . ..,.... 30.85 Haas, Leroy 113 ..................,.......,..... 30 Haas, Marvin 133 .....,.....,.,....,........,,. 49 Haase. Dan 113 .......................... 30,156 Hachmelster, Sandy 123..40,111,120 Hackbarth, Linda 143 ........64,122.137,140,160,161 Hacker, Bob 123 ........................ 40,156 Hacker, Mike 113 ..,........................... 30 Haden, Vicky 113 .............................. 27 H dl d K 33 4986147155 a an, en 1 ......., . , , Hadzlma. JoAnne 133 .,....l....... 49,108 Haegele. Carol 133 .................... 49,109 Haenggl. Gerald 133 ..,.,..... 49.92.163 Haenggl, Roger 123. ................. 40.164 Hagan. Laurence 123 .................. 40.91 Hagberg, Marilyn 133 .............. 49.151 Hagenbrlng. Melodee 123 ..,........... 40 Hager, Donella 133 Hahn, Dennis 123 Hahn, 30 Hahn George 133 ....... .......... 4 9 64 40 .47,49,88.92,116,122 Denny 113 l................ .......,. .... Hahn: Hahn, Haizmann, Laurie 123 Richard 143 ...... ...................... Ronald 123 ..................,..,...... ........40,116,135,152 Halama, Charlene 123 .,.. 40,100,114 Halfhlll, Patti 123 .......,....,.....,......... 40 Hall, Bob 123 .................,...,............ 168 Hall, Janice 123 ,,.,,.,. ..,.,,,.,,.., 4 0 Hawkins, Jon 133 .................... 50,168 Hawklns, Pat 113 .......... 30,85,118,160 Hawklnson, Reglnal 113 .......... 30.146 Hawley, Roberta 123 ............... .40,120 Haworth, Richard 133 .................... 50 Haworth, Tom 113 .......................... ..30 Hayden, Andrew 133 .............. 165,180 Hayden, Barbara 143 ......l............... 64 Haynes, Dinah 133 ............ ......., 50 .114 Haynes. Susan 143 ................ 64.92.94 Haynsworth, Kathie 123..40,115.139 Haywood, Marvin 113 ...................... 30 Hedberg, Dale 123 ...... 40,148,156,167 Hedberg. Dean 143 ........,................. 67 Hedemark, Fred 133 ........47,50,122.147,168 Hedges, Jim 113 ......,......,,...,.,...,....... 30 Hedges, John 143 ....,......................... 67 Hedke, Richard 143 .......................,.. 67 Hedstrom, Sandy 133 .....,..50,87,106,115.135,151 Hefley, Cathy 133.. .,..,.,............. 50,121 Hefley, Marge 113 ,.,.......... .,..,....,,.,,, 30 Hehnen, George 113 ........,.........,....... 30 Horbus, Sue 113 ................................ 30 Horcher, Darlene 123 ........ 40,120,136 Horcher, Dolores 123 ..........,............. 40 Horn, Ted 113 ..................... ......... ...... 30 Hosek, Ron 123 ................,........, 40.148 Hoshor, Karla 123 ........ 40,115.121,136 Hotton, Carol 123 .............................. 40 Hotvedt, James 123 ..........................,. 40 House, Don 123 ...............,..........,....... 40 Houseknecht, J ulle 123 ........ ........ 40 Howley, Donna Rae 113 .................. 30 Hubbard, Joan 113 ...................... 30,89 Huberty, Bob 143 .......,...................... 67 Huebner, Randall 113 ..,,,................. 30 Hughes, Jlm 143 ................ 67,153,170 Hullison, Russell 123 ...................... 40 Hulslander. Don 113 ........................ 30 Hunt, Dennis 123 ................ 40,154,167 Hunter, Becky 123 .............. 40,115,120 Hunter, Eileen 113 .............. 30,108,109 Hunter, Tim 113 ..,,.,....,......... ..,, 30 .149 Huntley, Pam 133 .........,............ 50,122 Hurst, Chuck 133 ........................ 50,112 Hutchinson, Alan 143 .......,67.86.122,13'7,145,153.166.170 Hetzke, Lois 113 .......... Glassle, Linda 123 ............................ 39 Glidden, Jlmmy 113 .................. 29,155 Glimes. Dlane 113 ............ ............ 30 Gloden, Frances 133 ...... ,.... ....,..,..... 4 9 Gloss, Bill 143 .,.. ........................ 64 ,113 Glover, Bonnie 123 ............................ 39 Glover, Robert 123 ............................ 39 Goble, Dale 123 ......l....... 37,39,121.135 Goebbert, Roger 133 ................ 49,113 Goede, Janice 143 ........... ' ........... 64,108 Goedke, Leah 113 ........................ 30,118 Goeltz. Richard 123 ............ 39,88,148 Goertz. Mary Ann 113 ...,................ 30 Goettsche. Dorothy 123 .......... 39,120 Goewey, Georgla 113 ......................., 30 Goggln. John 113 .............................. 30 Goloskewltsch, Oleh 113,.30.88,89,95 Good, June 113 .................................. 30 Goodenough, Duke 113 ...............,.... 30 Goodling, Jlm 143 .................... 64,170 Gorman, Shane 113 .......... ............ 30 Gould, Michael 113 .......................... 30 Gould, Ralph 133 .......................... 49,89 Gould, Sharron 113 ...,,.....,...,.....,..,.. 30 Gow. Jan 113 .......................... 27.30.130 Graef, Patrlcla 133 .................... 49.142 Graf, Carl 123 ....,..............,......,. 39,148 Graham, Edlth 123. .....................,..,.. 12 Graham, Katherine 113 ............ 30,118 Graham, Tom 123 ............................ 39 Gramlt, Judy 123 .................... .... 39 ,110 Grams, Herb 143 ........................ 64,113 Grams, Kelth 113 ............ .... 30 .149.155 Grams, Kenny 143 .................... 64,107 Grandt, Arlyne 143 ............ 64106121 Grandr. Marie 123 .............. 39:109:110 Hall, Jlm 143 .......... Hall, June 133 ...... ,.... ..........49.151 Heidemann, Mary Lou 113 .... 30,104 Helden, Sandy 143 .................... 67.122 Hi th Al n 133 emso , a ......,,,,,,.,,,,,,,,,,, 50 Heimsoth, Nancy 143 ........ 67.94.137 Heimsoth, Tom 113 ,...,,. ..,.,.,.,,,..,.,... 30 Hein, Blll 133 .....,...,.,.,,..,...,,.,,,,,..,,, .50 Hein, Rosemary 133 .......,......,. 50,104 Heinemann, Ginny 113 ........30.86,106,130,160 Helntz, Jeff 133 .,.......,,............... 50,170 Heinz. Carl 143 .......,..,...,..,..,,,,,,,, 67,111 Heinze, Michael 123 Hejduk, Nancy 113 ,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,, 30 Helfogt, Gene 113 ,......... ,.....,.... 30 Hellwig, Ruth 133 ,.... ............... 50 ,106 Hendrickson, Jack 123 ............ 40,121 Hendry, Sandra 113 ........................ 30 Hendry, Sharon 123 ....... .,.,.......40.106 Henk, Betty Sue 113 .................. 30.89 Henkel, Tom 133 ................ 50,147,167 Henneberg, Werner 123 ......,,.,,,.,.,,. 40 Henning, John 133 .................... 50.158 Henriksen, Gay 133 ,...... Henry, Don 123 ............... ......,50,114 .......4O.115 Henselelt, Carole 113 .................. 30,95 Henselelt, Holly 113 ....... Hepner, Fred 123 .........30,95 Heppner, John 133 .........,.,,,,....... 50,96 Herbst, Annabelle 123 .......... 140,136 Herbst, Lee 113 ...........,..,................... 30 Herbst, Nancy 113 ,...............,.....,,,,., 30 Hermes, Frank 113 ...,.... 30,85,149,155 Herr. Kathy 133 ................................ 50 Hertleln, Clyde 133 .........,..,...,,.... 50,89 Hertleln. Sandra 113 ........ 30,118,130 Herzog, Dennis 113 .................... 30,156 Hutchinson, Mary 143 ........67,80,94.104.114 Hutchinson, Robert 113 .,......30,124,149,155 Ibbotson, Carole 143 ..,...,......... 67,110 Ibb t o son, Ibbotson Marj 133 .........,.................. 50 , Ralph 123 ................ 137,164 Ibbotson, Roger 113 .......................... 30 Igoe. Joyce 143 .................. ............ 6 7 Immordlnl, Angle 133 ...................... 50 Ingebrlghtsen, Judy 123 Inkley, Jeff 133 ............................ 50.96 Inman, Bob 123 ...... . ...,. 40.154.165,180 Israel, Gerald 123 .............................. 40 Isselhard t, Gall 133 ............ 50,135,151 Iversen, Gail Ann 113 .......... 30.86.160 J ackson, Jacobsen, Jacobson J Judith 123 ........ ........ 4 0 Robert 123 ........ ............ 4 0 Bob 113 .......... ........ 30 .155 , Roland 123 Jahnke, Barb 143 ........... ................ 6 7 Jahnke, Janice 113 ........ ........ 30 ,106 Jahnke, Nancy 113 ............................ 30 Jahnke, Pat 123 ............................ 40,44 Jansen, Bill 133 ................................ 50 Jansen, Sally 133 ............ 50.94.114.139 Janssen, Dlane 133 .................... 50,122 Jaques, Bob 123 .................................. 40 Grant, Dennis 143 ............. .64 . 114. 117 Gray. Grapes, Ed 123 .................................. 39 Grau. Llnda 113 Graves, Jlm 143 ........64.81,121.122.165,170,171,180 Graves, Juanita 143 ............ 64.94.104 Graves, Richard 143 ..............,......,,, 64 Graves, Ronald 113 .......................... 30 Graves, Sharon 113 ............ 30,116,118 Linda 113. ...,.................,., .30,118 Greco, Daniel 143 ........................ 57.64 Green, Marty 143 .......... 57,64,168,170 Greenacre, Judy 123 .......... 39,110,120 Greer. .Jerry 123 ....... .....................,. 1 56 Gregory. Pete 133 .......................,.... 49 Gresher, William 143 ................ 64,113 Hall. Pat 123 ............ ..... ..,.......... 4 0 Halllman, Bob 123 ........... ........., 4 0 Halslander, Don 113 ....... ........... 1 49 Halun, Sandy 113 ......,...,.. .....,..,.,,.. 30 Halverson, Jerry 113 ................ 30,149 Halvorscn, Sandy 143 ...................... 64 Halwax, Jackie 123 .................. 40.104 Hamann, Joyce 113 .................. 30.118 Hampton, Carol 113 ................ 30,104 Hampton, Michael Lee 123 ........40,104,117.159 Hancock, Ruth 133 .................... 49.110 Hane, Don 113 .,.......................,.... 30,91 Hanlgan, Barbara 123 .............. 40,115 Hankley, Blll 133, .,............... 49.93.153 Hanor, John 123 ........... ............ 4 0,88 Hansel, Linda 113 ....... . ...,......., 30 Hansen, Bob 113 .....,.,.., .......... 30 Hansen, Doug 123 ........... ............, 4 0 Hansen, Jlm 113 .......................... 30,90 Hansen, Karen 113 .......................... 27 Hansen, Katherine 123 ..............,... 40 Hansen. Nell 133 .......................... 49,89 Hanson, Helen 123 Hanson, Llnda 123 ,..,....3'7,40.94.116,120,135,151 Hapanovlch, Sonia 123 ......,............. 40 Harman, Pat Ann 133 ....,.,............. 49 Harman, Ladonna 113 .,.... 30,116,118 Harper, Fred 113 ........................,..... 30 Harrington. Darlene 143 ................ 64 Harrington, Leslie 123..40.96.115.135 Harrington, William 123 ........40,96.148.156 Harris, Harris, Jane 123 .........,........ 40,114,139 Richard 123 .......................... 40 Hey, Steve 123 ................ ........... 40 Hibbert, Susan 133 .....,..., ,,........,.,. 50 Hlbner, Judith 123 ......... ....... 4 0.106 Hightower, Kay 113 ,... .............. 30 ,118 Hlldenbrand, Jim 113 ...................... 30 Hill, Ray 123 .................................,.... 40 Hill, Sandy 123 ...,..,.... .. ..................... 40 Hlnchllff, Carol 113 ..... ....... 27 ,30.118 Hinrlchs. Nina 113 ................ ............ 30 Hinrlchs. Yvonne 133 ...............,..,,,, 50 Hlnze, David 123 ............ ........... 4 0 Hipp, Janet 113 ............ .... ................ 30 Hipp, John 143 .............. .................... 6 7 Hlrons, Jerry 123 .............................. 40 Hlrons, Peggy 133 ...... 50,116,135,139 Hirsch, Iris 123 ..................,............... 40 Hirsch, Marilyn 123 .................. 40,120 Hirsch, Martin 123 ......... ......... 4 0.88 Hirsch, Milt 143 Jarm, Nancy 123 ......... Jasper, Bet 113 ......... Jasper, Sue 123 .......... Jauch, Larry 113 .......,,..,...,....,. 30.93.95 Jebens, Farr 143 .................. 67,131,147 Jebens, Harold 133 .......................... 50 Jennings, Eve 113 Jennings, Ken 113 ............................ 30 Jennings, Michael 113 .............. 30.156 Jensen, Michael 123 .................. 40.107 J lede, Bruce 113 .......................... 30,155 Joern, Merrily 123 .................... 40,120 Johnecheck, Marti' 123 .................... 40 Johnson, Alvln 1 3 ....,............... 67,107 Johnson, J ohnson. Johnson, Johnson, Bruce 133 Johnson, Johnson, Dale 123 ............ Hirst, Sallee 133 ............. ....... 50 ,106 Hltch, Jeff 113 ..........,........... ........... 30 Hoban, Jay 123 .................................. 40 Hodgson, Johanne 113 ............ 30.109 Hodlmair, Jerry 123 .......... .... . .40,116 Hodor. John 113 .............................,.. 30 Hoehn, Ruth 133 ............ ...,. .. ..,. 50 Hoffman, Jack 143 ........ ....... 6 7 Hoffman, Jill 143 ........., Hoffman, John 113 .............,.. ..30 159 Hoffmann, Caroline 113 ............... Hogan, Kathleen 113 ................ 30,118 Grey, Tom 143 ................ 64.86,153.170 Grlesbach, Claudia 113 .... 30,108,117 Grlesman, Melody, 113 ,,,,,,,.,,,,.,,,.,,. 30 Grlfflths, James 113 .................,..,.,. 30 Griffiths, Pat 113. ...... ....... Grlmes, Georgia 133 ......... Grimm. Emle 143 ...................... 64,111 Grimm, Richard 123 ..................,.,,.. 39 Groh, Sharon 133 ......., 49,110.120,160 Gromek, Dianne 123 ....,...... ....... 3 9,116 Gromek, Doreen 123 ........ 39,114,116 Gross, Pat 133 ......,.....,...........,.....,..... 49 Grotefend, Alan 123 ,.....,...,,,.,,,,,,,,,, 39 Grove, Dee Ann 113 ..,..,,. .,.,,.,,, 30 Harris, Stephanie 113 .................... ..30 Harris, Terry 123 ................ 40,156,157 Hartel, Barb 113 .................. 30,116,118 Har-rel, B111 133 ............ ........ 4 9,107,121 Harting, Cary 133 Hartlng. Don 113 ..,........................... 30 Hartlng, Pat 143 ........................ 64,102 Hartman, Pat 113 .............. ..30,85,118 Hartmann, Dennis 123 .........,,,.,....., 40 Hartwlg, Carol 133 ..............,.,......... 49 Hartwlg. Judy 133 ............ 30,118,134 Harvel, Bernie 133 ............................ 49 Haskins Nancy 143 .................. 64,134 Haslam, Pam 133 .............,.... 49.88.92 Hassll. Mary Ann 113 .................... 40 Hasz. Janet 123 ........................,. 40,120 Hatch. Ronald 133 ,... ...................... 4 9 Haubenchlld, Dolores 133 .............. 50 Haupt, Joanne 123 .................... 40,120 Hausknecht, Carol 113 ...... 30,116,118 Hausler, Sharon 113 ................ 30,104 Havey, Patricia 143 ,................. 64,135 Hawk, Susan 133 ...........,.,.............. 120 Hawkes, Marty 123 Hawkins, Jerry 113 .... 30,118,119,159 Hogarty, Ken 143 .............................. 67 Hogartyi Mike 113 .......... .... ao .149,156 Hogy, lchard 133 .......................... 100 Hoke, George W. 123 .................... 40 Hoke, Richard 143 ................ 57.67.166 Holdeman, John 113 ......................,. 30 Hollenbeck. Lynne 123 ............ 40,120 Holm, Lorie 123 ............ 40,94,120,135 Holmblad, Karen 123 ................ 40,111 Holmblad, Norbert 143 ...............,,. 67 Holmes, George 143 ......... Holmes, Ginny 133 ............ 50,100,135 Holst, Steve 133 .............,.................... 50 Holveck, Joyce 123 ............................ 40 Holz, Doug 113 ........,,.......... 30,118,119 Holznagel, Harold 143 Hood, Joann 113 .......,...........,.... 30,118 Hood, Tom 113 .............. ....... 30 .155 Hoppe, Ilene 143 .......... Hoppe, Nancy 133 ........ Hoppock, Pat 113 ........ , ......,.,. 67 160 Barbara 123 ........ 40.45.120 Barbara E. 113 ........ 30.116 Beth-Ann 123 .................. 40 Chuck 143 .............. ............67 ..........111 Johnson, Dennis 133 ........ Ge 1 Johnson, orge1 3 Johnson, Glenn 113 ....,.....,......... 30.159 Johnson, Janice 133 .,....,................. 50 Johnson Jeanne 133 ......................,. 67 J ohnson. Johnson, Johnson, Johnson, J ohnson, Johnson, Johnson, Johnson, Johnson, Johnson, J ohnson, Johnson, Johnson, J ohnson, Johnston Johnston Johnston Johnston Judy 123 .............. 40,115,120 Judy L. 133. ...,.. ......... 4 7,50 Karen 143 .......................... 67 Karen 123 ............., 40,96,120 Karen E. 113 ............ 30,109 Ken 113 .............................. 30 Mary-Lou 133. ........... 50.160 Mickey 133 .......... 50,165,180 Nancy 113 .......................... 30 Robert 123 ........................ 40 Ruth Ann 133 ...,.,.. 160,161 Sherlyn 123 ............. ...40.104 Spencer 143 ....... , ............. 31 Tommy 143....26,67.9'7.113 , Dale 143 ....... ...... ............. 97 , Judy 143 ...,.. 67.79121,134 , Pam 113 ........ 30,85,88.118 , Richard 123 ,.......4O,148.154,168 Johnston, Sue 143 ........... ................. 9 7 Jonas, Blll 113 ............................ 30.119 Jonas. Kathy 133 .....................,.. 59,104 Jones, Phyllis 113 .......... 30.86.118,130 Jones, Tom 113 ............................,..... 30 Jordan, Dan 143 Jorden, Jan 123 ...... 37.40.131,135,151 Jorgensen, Barbara 113..30.104.160 l75 Haberlchter, Bill 123 .... 39.596.99.165 Gates, Walter 123 Gatke, Gay 113 ............................ 29,95 Gans, 'Vlarty 143 ........64,87.103.122.127,137,156 Gaul, Dennls 133 ...................... 49,121 Gay, Barbara 143 ..,..,...,...... 64,122,151 Gay, Bob 123 ..A............ .................., 39 Gay, Judy 113 ......,,...,..... ....,...... ,,... 2 9 Geane, George 123 ...................... 39,148 Gehl. Bob 133 ...................................... 49 Gehrke, Jerry 113 ................ 29,149,155 Gehrke, Paul 113 ..........A....,..,........... 29 Geller, Leonard 123 .......................... 39 Genlslo, Ron 123. ....., ...............,......... 3 9 Geocarls, Tom 123 .----. 39,158,159,168 George, Kathie 123 .......................... 39 Geots. Lorna 113 ..............,..............,.. 29 Ed 113 ..............,............. 29,156 Gerber, Gerken, Donald 133 Jacklsch, ........49,86,147,153,166,170 Gerlach. Fred 123 .............A.........,...... 39 Germer, Roy 113 ..........,.............,..... 29 Gerrard, Edward 133 ...................... 49 Gerschefske, Cllfford 133 Gerschefske Jean 143 .......... ......,.. 6 4 Gervecke, Tony 123 .......... ..........., 3 9 Geserlck, Pat 113 .......... ........,....... 29 Getts, Donald 123 .......... ......... 3 9,156 Gewecke, Tonl 113 ...,........................ 39 Ghera, Marylou 133 ................ 49 121 Glese, Pamela 113 .......... ......... 29 ,108 Gleseke, Donna 123 ..........,.......,. 39,120 Glllham, Barb 133 ............................ 49 Glllon, Meg 133 ...,................ 49,111,122 Gllmore, Karen 133 ...................,.,.... 49 Glrvln, Pat 133 ..... .....................,. 4 9,153 Glulianl, Jill 133 ,...........,., ..,.. 4 9,92.122 Glade, Marian 133 ............................ 49 Gladlsh, Jim 113 ..,.................,......,.... 29 Glaeser, Edward 123 ,.........,........ Glaser, Bob 113 ............. .,........... 2 9,155 Glaser, Judy 143 ............. Glass, Larry 133 ............. Glass, Rlchard 123 ......... Glassle, Chuck 123 ........ Gruen, Ronald 143 .................... 64,113 Grundhoefer, Kathy 133 ................ 49 Gruthusen, Joy 113 .................... 30,118 Guarrlello, Nlkkl 123 ...............,...... 39 Gullett, Gary 113 ...................... 30.149 Gundlack, Darryl 123 .......... 39.96.156 Gunther, Barbara 113 .............. 30,109 Gust, Adollne 123 .............................. 39 Gustafson, Judy 113 .........,.. 30.86.109 Gustafson, Phlllip 123 ..,.....39,148,154,167 Gustltus, John 113 ,.,.....,................. 30 Gutru, Jeannie 123 ...,.,.,37,39,114.121,135,152 Gutzmer, Jlm 113 .............,................ 30 H Haas, Jaci 113 ........... . ..,.... 30.85 Haas, Leroy 113 ..................,.......,..... 30 Haas, Marvin 133 .....,.....,.,....,........,,. 49 Haase. Dan 113 .......................... 30,156 Hachmelster, Sandy 123..40,111,120 Hackbarth, Linda 143 ........64,122.137,140,160,161 Hacker, Bob 123 ........................ 40,156 Hacker, Mike 113 ..,........................... 30 Haden, Vicky 113 .............................. 27 H dl d K 33 4986147155 a an, en 1 ......., . , , Hadzlma. JoAnne 133 .,....l....... 49,108 Haegele. Carol 133 .................... 49,109 Haenggl. Gerald 133 ..,.,..... 49.92.163 Haenggl, Roger 123. ................. 40.164 Hagan. Laurence 123 .................. 40.91 Hagberg, Marilyn 133 .............. 49.151 Hagenbrlng. Melodee 123 ..,........... 40 Hager, Donella 133 Hahn, Dennis 123 Hahn, 30 Hahn George 133 ....... .......... 4 9 64 40 .47,49,88.92,116,122 Denny 113 l................ .......,. .... Hahn: Hahn, Haizmann, Laurie 123 Richard 143 ...... ...................... Ronald 123 ..................,..,...... ........40,116,135,152 Halama, Charlene 123 .,.. 40,100,114 Halfhlll, Patti 123 .......,....,.....,......... 40 Hall, Bob 123 .................,...,............ 168 Hall, Janice 123 ,,.,,.,. ..,.,,,.,,.., 4 0 Hawkins, Jon 133 .................... 50,168 Hawklns, Pat 113 .......... 30,85,118,160 Hawklnson, Reglnal 113 .......... 30.146 Hawley, Roberta 123 ............... .40,120 Haworth, Richard 133 .................... 50 Haworth, Tom 113 .......................... ..30 Hayden, Andrew 133 .............. 165,180 Hayden, Barbara 143 ......l............... 64 Haynes, Dinah 133 ............ ......., 50 .114 Haynes. Susan 143 ................ 64.92.94 Haynsworth, Kathie 123..40,115.139 Haywood, Marvin 113 ...................... 30 Hedberg, Dale 123 ...... 40,148,156,167 Hedberg. Dean 143 ........,................. 67 Hedemark, Fred 133 ........47,50,122.147,168 Hedges, Jim 113 ......,......,,...,.,...,....... 30 Hedges, John 143 ....,......................... 67 Hedke, Richard 143 .......................,.. 67 Hedstrom, Sandy 133 .....,..50,87,106,115.135,151 Hefley, Cathy 133.. .,..,.,............. 50,121 Hefley, Marge 113 ,.,.......... .,..,....,,.,,, 30 Hehnen, George 113 ........,.........,....... 30 Horbus, Sue 113 ................................ 30 Horcher, Darlene 123 ........ 40,120,136 Horcher, Dolores 123 ..........,............. 40 Horn, Ted 113 ..................... ......... ...... 30 Hosek, Ron 123 ................,........, 40.148 Hoshor, Karla 123 ........ 40,115.121,136 Hotton, Carol 123 .............................. 40 Hotvedt, James 123 ..........................,. 40 House, Don 123 ...............,..........,....... 40 Houseknecht, J ulle 123 ........ ........ 40 Howley, Donna Rae 113 .................. 30 Hubbard, Joan 113 ...................... 30,89 Huberty, Bob 143 .......,...................... 67 Huebner, Randall 113 ..,,,................. 30 Hughes, Jlm 143 ................ 67,153,170 Hullison, Russell 123 ...................... 40 Hulslander. Don 113 ........................ 30 Hunt, Dennis 123 ................ 40,154,167 Hunter, Becky 123 .............. 40,115,120 Hunter, Eileen 113 .............. 30,108,109 Hunter, Tim 113 ..,,.,....,......... ..,, 30 .149 Huntley, Pam 133 .........,............ 50,122 Hurst, Chuck 133 ........................ 50,112 Hutchinson, Alan 143 .......,67.86.122,13'7,145,153.166.170 Hetzke, Lois 113 .......... Glassle, Linda 123 ............................ 39 Glidden, Jlmmy 113 .................. 29,155 Glimes. Dlane 113 ............ ............ 30 Gloden, Frances 133 ...... ,.... ....,..,..... 4 9 Gloss, Bill 143 .,.. ........................ 64 ,113 Glover, Bonnie 123 ............................ 39 Glover, Robert 123 ............................ 39 Goble, Dale 123 ......l....... 37,39,121.135 Goebbert, Roger 133 ................ 49,113 Goede, Janice 143 ........... ' ........... 64,108 Goedke, Leah 113 ........................ 30,118 Goeltz. Richard 123 ............ 39,88,148 Goertz. Mary Ann 113 ...,................ 30 Goettsche. Dorothy 123 .......... 39,120 Goewey, Georgla 113 ......................., 30 Goggln. John 113 .............................. 30 Goloskewltsch, Oleh 113,.30.88,89,95 Good, June 113 .................................. 30 Goodenough, Duke 113 ...............,.... 30 Goodling, Jlm 143 .................... 64,170 Gorman, Shane 113 .......... ............ 30 Gould, Michael 113 .......................... 30 Gould, Ralph 133 .......................... 49,89 Gould, Sharron 113 ...,,.....,...,.....,..,.. 30 Gow. Jan 113 .......................... 27.30.130 Graef, Patrlcla 133 .................... 49.142 Graf, Carl 123 ....,..............,......,. 39,148 Graham, Edlth 123. .....................,..,.. 12 Graham, Katherine 113 ............ 30,118 Graham, Tom 123 ............................ 39 Gramlt, Judy 123 .................... .... 39 ,110 Grams, Herb 143 ........................ 64,113 Grams, Kelth 113 ............ .... 30 .149.155 Grams, Kenny 143 .................... 64,107 Grandt, Arlyne 143 ............ 64106121 Grandr. Marie 123 .............. 39:109:110 Hall, Jlm 143 .......... Hall, June 133 ...... ,.... ..........49.151 Heidemann, Mary Lou 113 .... 30,104 Helden, Sandy 143 .................... 67.122 Hi th Al n 133 emso , a ......,,,,,,.,,,,,,,,,,, 50 Heimsoth, Nancy 143 ........ 67.94.137 Heimsoth, Tom 113 ,...,,. ..,.,.,.,,,..,.,... 30 Hein, Blll 133 .....,...,.,.,,..,...,,.,,,,,..,,, .50 Hein, Rosemary 133 .......,......,. 50,104 Heinemann, Ginny 113 ........30.86,106,130,160 Helntz, Jeff 133 .,.......,,............... 50,170 Heinz. Carl 143 .......,..,...,..,..,,,,,,,, 67,111 Heinze, Michael 123 Hejduk, Nancy 113 ,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,, 30 Helfogt, Gene 113 ,......... ,.....,.... 30 Hellwig, Ruth 133 ,.... ............... 50 ,106 Hendrickson, Jack 123 ............ 40,121 Hendry, Sandra 113 ........................ 30 Hendry, Sharon 123 ....... .,.,.......40.106 Henk, Betty Sue 113 .................. 30.89 Henkel, Tom 133 ................ 50,147,167 Henneberg, Werner 123 ......,,.,,,.,.,,. 40 Henning, John 133 .................... 50.158 Henriksen, Gay 133 ,...... Henry, Don 123 ............... ......,50,114 .......4O.115 Henselelt, Carole 113 .................. 30,95 Henselelt, Holly 113 ....... Hepner, Fred 123 .........30,95 Heppner, John 133 .........,.,,,,....... 50,96 Herbst, Annabelle 123 .......... 140,136 Herbst, Lee 113 ...........,..,................... 30 Herbst, Nancy 113 ,...............,.....,,,,., 30 Hermes, Frank 113 ...,.... 30,85,149,155 Herr. Kathy 133 ................................ 50 Hertleln, Clyde 133 .........,..,...,,.... 50,89 Hertleln. Sandra 113 ........ 30,118,130 Herzog, Dennis 113 .................... 30,156 Hutchinson, Mary 143 ........67,80,94.104.114 Hutchinson, Robert 113 .,......30,124,149,155 Ibbotson, Carole 143 ..,...,......... 67,110 Ibb t o son, Ibbotson Marj 133 .........,.................. 50 , Ralph 123 ................ 137,164 Ibbotson, Roger 113 .......................... 30 Igoe. Joyce 143 .................. ............ 6 7 Immordlnl, Angle 133 ...................... 50 Ingebrlghtsen, Judy 123 Inkley, Jeff 133 ............................ 50.96 Inman, Bob 123 ...... . ...,. 40.154.165,180 Israel, Gerald 123 .............................. 40 Isselhard t, Gall 133 ............ 50,135,151 Iversen, Gail Ann 113 .......... 30.86.160 J ackson, Jacobsen, Jacobson J Judith 123 ........ ........ 4 0 Robert 123 ........ ............ 4 0 Bob 113 .......... ........ 30 .155 , Roland 123 Jahnke, Barb 143 ........... ................ 6 7 Jahnke, Janice 113 ........ ........ 30 ,106 Jahnke, Nancy 113 ............................ 30 Jahnke, Pat 123 ............................ 40,44 Jansen, Bill 133 ................................ 50 Jansen, Sally 133 ............ 50.94.114.139 Janssen, Dlane 133 .................... 50,122 Jaques, Bob 123 .................................. 40 Grant, Dennis 143 ............. .64 . 114. 117 Gray. Grapes, Ed 123 .................................. 39 Grau. Llnda 113 Graves, Jlm 143 ........64.81,121.122.165,170,171,180 Graves, Juanita 143 ............ 64.94.104 Graves, Richard 143 ..............,......,,, 64 Graves, Ronald 113 .......................... 30 Graves, Sharon 113 ............ 30,116,118 Linda 113. ...,.................,., .30,118 Greco, Daniel 143 ........................ 57.64 Green, Marty 143 .......... 57,64,168,170 Greenacre, Judy 123 .......... 39,110,120 Greer. .Jerry 123 ....... .....................,. 1 56 Gregory. Pete 133 .......................,.... 49 Gresher, William 143 ................ 64,113 Hall. Pat 123 ............ ..... ..,.......... 4 0 Halllman, Bob 123 ........... ........., 4 0 Halslander, Don 113 ....... ........... 1 49 Halun, Sandy 113 ......,...,.. .....,..,.,,.. 30 Halverson, Jerry 113 ................ 30,149 Halvorscn, Sandy 143 ...................... 64 Halwax, Jackie 123 .................. 40.104 Hamann, Joyce 113 .................. 30.118 Hampton, Carol 113 ................ 30,104 Hampton, Michael Lee 123 ........40,104,117.159 Hancock, Ruth 133 .................... 49.110 Hane, Don 113 .,.......................,.... 30,91 Hanlgan, Barbara 123 .............. 40,115 Hankley, Blll 133, .,............... 49.93.153 Hanor, John 123 ........... ............ 4 0,88 Hansel, Linda 113 ....... . ...,......., 30 Hansen, Bob 113 .....,.,.., .......... 30 Hansen, Doug 123 ........... ............, 4 0 Hansen, Jlm 113 .......................... 30,90 Hansen, Karen 113 .......................... 27 Hansen, Katherine 123 ..............,... 40 Hansen. Nell 133 .......................... 49,89 Hanson, Helen 123 Hanson, Llnda 123 ,..,....3'7,40.94.116,120,135,151 Hapanovlch, Sonia 123 ......,............. 40 Harman, Pat Ann 133 ....,.,............. 49 Harman, Ladonna 113 .,.... 30,116,118 Harper, Fred 113 ........................,..... 30 Harrington. Darlene 143 ................ 64 Harrington, Leslie 123..40.96.115.135 Harrington, William 123 ........40,96.148.156 Harris, Harris, Jane 123 .........,........ 40,114,139 Richard 123 .......................... 40 Hey, Steve 123 ................ ........... 40 Hibbert, Susan 133 .....,..., ,,........,.,. 50 Hlbner, Judith 123 ......... ....... 4 0.106 Hightower, Kay 113 ,... .............. 30 ,118 Hlldenbrand, Jim 113 ...................... 30 Hill, Ray 123 .................................,.... 40 Hill, Sandy 123 ...,..,.... .. ..................... 40 Hlnchllff, Carol 113 ..... ....... 27 ,30.118 Hinrlchs. Nina 113 ................ ............ 30 Hinrlchs. Yvonne 133 ...............,..,,,, 50 Hlnze, David 123 ............ ........... 4 0 Hipp, Janet 113 ............ .... ................ 30 Hipp, John 143 .............. .................... 6 7 Hlrons, Jerry 123 .............................. 40 Hlrons, Peggy 133 ...... 50,116,135,139 Hirsch, Iris 123 ..................,............... 40 Hirsch, Marilyn 123 .................. 40,120 Hirsch, Martin 123 ......... ......... 4 0.88 Hirsch, Milt 143 Jarm, Nancy 123 ......... Jasper, Bet 113 ......... Jasper, Sue 123 .......... Jauch, Larry 113 .......,,..,...,....,. 30.93.95 Jebens, Farr 143 .................. 67,131,147 Jebens, Harold 133 .......................... 50 Jennings, Eve 113 Jennings, Ken 113 ............................ 30 Jennings, Michael 113 .............. 30.156 Jensen, Michael 123 .................. 40.107 J lede, Bruce 113 .......................... 30,155 Joern, Merrily 123 .................... 40,120 Johnecheck, Marti' 123 .................... 40 Johnson, Alvln 1 3 ....,............... 67,107 Johnson, J ohnson. Johnson, Johnson, Bruce 133 Johnson, Johnson, Dale 123 ............ Hirst, Sallee 133 ............. ....... 50 ,106 Hltch, Jeff 113 ..........,........... ........... 30 Hoban, Jay 123 .................................. 40 Hodgson, Johanne 113 ............ 30.109 Hodlmair, Jerry 123 .......... .... . .40,116 Hodor. John 113 .............................,.. 30 Hoehn, Ruth 133 ............ ...,. .. ..,. 50 Hoffman, Jack 143 ........ ....... 6 7 Hoffman, Jill 143 ........., Hoffman, John 113 .............,.. ..30 159 Hoffmann, Caroline 113 ............... Hogan, Kathleen 113 ................ 30,118 Grey, Tom 143 ................ 64.86,153.170 Grlesbach, Claudia 113 .... 30,108,117 Grlesman, Melody, 113 ,,,,,,,.,,,,.,,,.,,. 30 Grlfflths, James 113 .................,..,.,. 30 Griffiths, Pat 113. ...... ....... Grlmes, Georgia 133 ......... Grimm. Emle 143 ...................... 64,111 Grimm, Richard 123 ..................,.,,.. 39 Groh, Sharon 133 ......., 49,110.120,160 Gromek, Dianne 123 ....,...... ....... 3 9,116 Gromek, Doreen 123 ........ 39,114,116 Gross, Pat 133 ......,.....,...........,.....,..... 49 Grotefend, Alan 123 ,.....,...,,,.,,,,,,,,,, 39 Grove, Dee Ann 113 ..,..,,. .,.,,.,,, 30 Harris, Stephanie 113 .................... ..30 Harris, Terry 123 ................ 40,156,157 Hartel, Barb 113 .................. 30,116,118 Har-rel, B111 133 ............ ........ 4 9,107,121 Harting, Cary 133 Hartlng. Don 113 ..,........................... 30 Hartlng, Pat 143 ........................ 64,102 Hartman, Pat 113 .............. ..30,85,118 Hartmann, Dennis 123 .........,,,.,....., 40 Hartwlg, Carol 133 ..............,.,......... 49 Hartwlg. Judy 133 ............ 30,118,134 Harvel, Bernie 133 ............................ 49 Haskins Nancy 143 .................. 64,134 Haslam, Pam 133 .............,.... 49.88.92 Hassll. Mary Ann 113 .................... 40 Hasz. Janet 123 ........................,. 40,120 Hatch. Ronald 133 ,... ...................... 4 9 Haubenchlld, Dolores 133 .............. 50 Haupt, Joanne 123 .................... 40,120 Hausknecht, Carol 113 ...... 30,116,118 Hausler, Sharon 113 ................ 30,104 Havey, Patricia 143 ,................. 64,135 Hawk, Susan 133 ...........,.,.............. 120 Hawkes, Marty 123 Hawkins, Jerry 113 .... 30,118,119,159 Hogarty, Ken 143 .............................. 67 Hogartyi Mike 113 .......... .... ao .149,156 Hogy, lchard 133 .......................... 100 Hoke, George W. 123 .................... 40 Hoke, Richard 143 ................ 57.67.166 Holdeman, John 113 ......................,. 30 Hollenbeck. Lynne 123 ............ 40,120 Holm, Lorie 123 ............ 40,94,120,135 Holmblad, Karen 123 ................ 40,111 Holmblad, Norbert 143 ...............,,. 67 Holmes, George 143 ......... Holmes, Ginny 133 ............ 50,100,135 Holst, Steve 133 .............,.................... 50 Holveck, Joyce 123 ............................ 40 Holz, Doug 113 ........,,.......... 30,118,119 Holznagel, Harold 143 Hood, Joann 113 .......,...........,.... 30,118 Hood, Tom 113 .............. ....... 30 .155 Hoppe, Ilene 143 .......... Hoppe, Nancy 133 ........ Hoppock, Pat 113 ........ , ......,.,. 67 160 Barbara 123 ........ 40.45.120 Barbara E. 113 ........ 30.116 Beth-Ann 123 .................. 40 Chuck 143 .............. ............67 ..........111 Johnson, Dennis 133 ........ Ge 1 Johnson, orge1 3 Johnson, Glenn 113 ....,.....,......... 30.159 Johnson, Janice 133 .,....,................. 50 Johnson Jeanne 133 ......................,. 67 J ohnson. Johnson, Johnson, Johnson, J ohnson, Johnson, Johnson, Johnson, Johnson, Johnson, J ohnson, Johnson, Johnson, J ohnson, Johnston Johnston Johnston Johnston Judy 123 .............. 40,115,120 Judy L. 133. ...,.. ......... 4 7,50 Karen 143 .......................... 67 Karen 123 ............., 40,96,120 Karen E. 113 ............ 30,109 Ken 113 .............................. 30 Mary-Lou 133. ........... 50.160 Mickey 133 .......... 50,165,180 Nancy 113 .......................... 30 Robert 123 ........................ 40 Ruth Ann 133 ...,.,.. 160,161 Sherlyn 123 ............. ...40.104 Spencer 143 ....... , ............. 31 Tommy 143....26,67.9'7.113 , Dale 143 ....... ...... ............. 97 , Judy 143 ...,.. 67.79121,134 , Pam 113 ........ 30,85,88.118 , Richard 123 ,.......4O,148.154,168 Johnston, Sue 143 ........... ................. 9 7 Jonas, Blll 113 ............................ 30.119 Jonas. Kathy 133 .....................,.. 59,104 Jones, Phyllis 113 .......... 30.86.118,130 Jones, Tom 113 ............................,..... 30 Jordan, Dan 143 Jorden, Jan 123 ...... 37.40.131,135,151 Jorgensen, Barbara 113..30.104.160 l75 Joswick, Marcia 111 ....,... ........ 1 3,62 Judy, Diane 131 Judy, Sandra 111 Juhl Valerie 2 . 1 J .,......,, Jutzi, Alfred 121 ............ K ..40 90 93,121 1 v Kacena, Penny 131 .....,...,..., 47,50.106 Koenig, Mike 111 ....... Koeppen, Dick 111.. .........31,149,156 Koeppen, Fred 131 .................... 50,112 Koeppen, Ronald 141 Koeppl, Ronnie 111.. Koester, John 121 ............,... 37.40.167 Koester, Ruth 141.... Kohl, Ruth Ann 131 Kokes, Ronald 111 , .,,.................... 50 Kolberg, Sharon 121 ................,. 40,96 Lussow, John 131 ......,,.,,,.... 51,147,168 Luster, Tracy 121 ....... ..........,........ 4 1 Luther, Arthur 111 ..... ..................... 3 1 Lutz, Barb 121 .................... Lux, Hal 131 Lynch, Gloria 111 Lyons, Mike 131. ...... ..,,... . Lysien, Judy 131 ..... 41.114,135 51,158,170 ......,.....51.116 Kading. Judy 121 ...................... 40,120 Kadlecik, Sharon 121 .,.,.,,...,,,,,,...,,, 40 Kahn, Barry 141 .,......,......................, 67 Kalous, Roberta 121 ..,. 40,1Z3,135,151 Kamln, Nancie 121 ...,.,.....,.,............ 40 Kane, Pat 141 ,,,.......,,,.,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 6 7 Kappa, Sue 111 ....l,.... ..,......, 30 Kasen, Keith 111 ,..... .................... 30 .95 Kasen. Sandy 141 ........,,................ 67,96 Kasl, Carol 121 ........ 40,94,1Z1,135,152 Kastning, Karen 121 .....,...,....,,,, 40,136 Kath, Barbara 111 ...............,,,,,,, 311,108 Katkus, Judy 131 ...,.,.,,......,.,...,......,, 50 Katz. Marlene 131 .....,,,.,..,,,,.,,.,. 50,104 Kauffman, Lisle 141 .,...................... 67 Kauffman, Mike 131 .... 50.95.147,168 Kawa, Diane 131 .......... 50,92.110,135 Kay. Evelyn 131 .................. 50,106,110 Keck, Beryl 111 ...,.......... 3O,85,95,116 Keeley, Kenneth 141. Kehe, Barbara 111 ..... Kehe, Jacqueline 111 ........ 30,109,118 Kehe, Jim 111 ..,...,...,.. Kehe, Roland 131 ........ Kellman, Diane 121... Kelth, Judy 121 ...,..,...... Keller, Allen 131 Kruse, Allan 121..40,125,154,163,170 Klabe, Mary Anne 111 ....., 31,118,136 Keller, Dave 121 ........ ..........,.,. 4 0 Keller, Ken 121 ..,....,....... . ....... 40,97 Kelley, Arline 121 ......... ...,.......... 4 0 Kelley, Ed 141 ..,...................,...., 67,158 Kelley, Patricia 121 ................,. 40,115 Kelly, Diana 141 ...... 57,67,94,135,141 Kemman, Ray 131 .....................,...... 80 Kennicott, Tom 141 ....,..,67.86.147.168,170 Kent, Mike 121 Kenyon, Kathy 141 .................... 67,134 Keppen, Joan 121 ......,......... 40,134,135 Keppen, Judy 131 ...................,.. 50,152 Kesel, Les 121 ,................ ............... 4 0,95 Kessler, Judy 121 .,....,......... 40,104,116 Keto, Dale .Carol 111 .................... 31,85 Kick, Raleigh 131 ...................... 50,121 Kieck, Dorothy 111 .........,.... 27,31,118 Kieck, Nancy 141 ,.....,,.,.....,.............. 67 Kim. Roy 131 ,......... .... 40 ,89,92,93,158 Kincl, James 121, .................,............. 40 Klndhart, Carol 141 ...........,.............. 67 Klndler, Carol 111 ....... ...,...... 3 1.118 Klndler, Pat 141 ................................ 67 Klndler, Ruth 141 ,..,,.....,....,............ 68 King, Barbara 121 ...,...,......,.,........... 40 King, Betsy 131 .......,.... 50,94,116.139 King, Jerry 131 Kingsley, James 141 .......,.... 68,514,111 Kingsley, John 121 ......................... ...40 Kingsley, Nancy 111 .................,.,,,., 31 Kirchhoff, Betty 131 .,...............,..,... 59 Klrchhoff, Vaughan 111 .... 31.88.159 Kirk, Kal 121, .,......,....,,...............,..,... 40 Klrzeder, Mary Anne 141 ............ 68 Kisselburg, Bert 111 ...........,..,..,,,..., 31 Kist. Robert 111 ........................ 31,156 Kita, Marion 111 .......................,..,..... 31 Kolk, Ed 141 ..,...,,...,........................., 68 Kolstad, Fred 131 ..................,,.......... 50 Komondoros, Phyllis 141 .............,.. 68 Koopman, Bill 131 ......,............. 50,145 Kopriva, Pat 141 ......,............,.... 68,110 Korando, Joyce 111 ........ .,,...,.... 3 1 Kosel, Egon 131 ..... ,....,,.. ..,.... 5 0 Kottke, Lawrence 121 ........ ....... 4 0 Kottke, Paula 121 .........................,.. 40 Kouzmanoff, Jerry 131 ......,.50.145,155,165,170,180 Kovacs, Kathie 121 ..,. 40,114,120,135 Kozlowski, Eugene 111 ,....,..,,.......... 31 Kozlowski. Tim 131 Kozowic, Caroline 121 Krambeer, Roger 121 ..................,... 40 Kramer, Janet 121 ...................... 40,94 Kramer, Sharon 111 ..............,...,..... 109 Kransberger, Bob 111 .... 31,91,95,156 Kransberger, Charles 131 ...,.......... 50 Kranz, Donald 121 .................,.....,.... 43 Kranz, Ray 141 ..........,............... 68,113 Kranz, Ron 111 ............................ 31,149 Kratsch, Beverlee 121 ........ 40,120,151 Kratt, Mary-Claire 121 .... 40,114,136 Kraus, Bob 121 Kraus, Mary 131 ...................,.......... Kraus, Violet 111 ......... ........ Krebsbach, Kay 121 .,.,...,.. ....... Kreft, Karen 121 ................,..,............ Kreider, Dierra 111 .,..,...31,95,116,130,133 Kreider, Eldon 141 .,.,....68,86,92,93,132,133,134,137 50 31 Krause, Larry 111 .......... .,..... 3 1 40 40 Krejsa, Richard 131 ..................,....... 50 Krembs, John 111 ........................ 31,93 Kroencke. Carole 131 .......,.............. 50 Krueger, Will 121 ....................,......... 40 Kruk, John 131 ..,......,,,.....,.,.. 50,89,90 Kruse. Gloria 141 ................ 68,94,122 Lass, George 111 ......, ........ 3 1 LaTour, Dotty 141 Latta, Marge 141 ................................ 68 Laubenheimer, Pete 141 .... 68,591,168 Lauterburg, Fred 121 ............,......... 41 LaVeau, Bruce 121 ............ 37,41.90.93 Law, Bruce 121. ........,.,,............. 41,165 Lawler, Kathy 111 ............ 31.136160 Lawson, Denny 121 ............,............. 41 Lawson, Doris 111 .............. 31,117,118 Layson, Jeffrey 121 .................. 96,168 Laz, Delores 131 .................. 50,115,121 Leaf, Shari 121 ............................ 41,116 Learman. Fred 121 ...... Leckband. Richard 141 ..,.......l. 68.170 Ledwon, Dennis 121, .,... Lee, Ellen 111 ....,........... Leech, Dempster 121 ......... Leekley, Bob 121 .......,...... Leeper, Larry 131 ........,.. .41, 156 , 167 . ..148,167 S.-150,147,149 Leeper, Richard 111 .....,............ 31.156 Lehman, Linda 111 ......... ........ 3 1.104 Lehmann, Dick 111 ....,... Leicht, Douglas 131 Leiher, Hermlne 141 ........................ 68 LeMay, Dick 121 ............. ........ 4 1,148 Lemke, Dave 121 .......... ............ 4 1 Lemke, Jerry 111 ......... .......... 3 1,88 Kubik. Joel 111 .................................. 31 Kucharik, Thomas 111 ..,,................ 31 Kuehn, Judie 121. ...,.....,.., ....... 4 1 Kuehnau, Bobby 111 ........................ 31 Kuhlman, Kathie 111 .......,,.,.,,., 27,31 Kulik, Bernie 121 .,.,.,.......... ........... 4 1 Kumbera, Duncan 111,, ..,. ,. ...... .31 Kunz, Phillip 131 ...,...,...................... 50 Kunz, Richard 111 ....,....................... 31 Kups, Terry 111 ............,,..,..,...... 31,155 Kurth, Karen 111 .......,........ 31,108,109 Kurth, Stephen 121 ..................., 41,88 Kurtz, Dan 121 ...................,.............. 41 Kurtz, Judy 131 Kurtz, Kent 141 ............ 68,147,168.170 Kussow, Dave 131 ...................... 50,167 L Labandt, Carol 111 ......... ....... 3 1,118 Loechl, Pat 121 .....,..,...............,... 41.117 Richard 131 ..,..,.... 50,112,113 Klamer, Fred 141 Klages, Klamer, Jacob 131 ....... Lemke, Sandra 131 ......... ........ 5 0,106 Lemke, Roger 141 ......... ............ 6 8 Lemke, Ronald 111 .....,.... .. ..... .31 Lemme, John 111 ........... .,...... 3 1 Lenehan, Karen 131 ......,................, 50 Lense, Karen 111 ........................ 31.160 Leonard, Dennis 111 ......,..... 31.86.149 Leonteos, Barb 111 ............ , ..............l 31 LeStarge, Linda 121 ..,................. 41.94 Lester. Vicky 121 ................ 41,116,139 Leth, Dawn 141 ..............,............. 68,122 Levesque, Frances 111 ....,,.. 31,90,109 Levine, Bonnie 141 ,....... .................... 6 8 Levine, Carol 111 ........................ 31.118 Levine, Ruth 141 ......A......................... 68 Lewis, John 111 ........ 31,89,91,118.119 Lewis, Sandy 141 .............................. 68 Lien, Karen 111 ............,...........,......... 31 Lide, Lorna 121 .... 41,114,122,123,151 Liebenow, John 141 .... 68,131.147.170 Liebenow, Judy 121 ...................... 41.96 Liesik, Barbara 111. .................l....... 31 Liggett, Patricia 141 ...... .................. 6 8 Ligon, Richard 111 ..........,. 31,149,156 Liljequist, Barbara 131 .................... 51 Lilleberg, Karen 121 .,.,.................. 41 Lind. John 121 ,............. .............l 4 1,167 Lindberg, Bob 121 ....l....................... 41 Llndstrom, Rick 14J..68,163.164,170 Linehan, Karen 121 .... ...................... 4 1 Link, John 121 ....,............,.,..... ...41,156 Linnemann, Janet 131 Linnemann, Kenneth 141 .......... 51,68 Linneweh, Bud 121 ............................ 41 Linzer, Margarete 111. ..........l.... 27.31 Lippke, Bonnie 121 ..,. 41,104,109,135 Lippke, William 141. ..... 68.516.99.158 Lippold, Lois 141 .....,.,.......... 68,913,135 Lips, Bin 121 .,.,.................... 41,154,167 Lips. Judy 141 .,.... 68,113,115,141,152 Lips, Nancy 121 ....,,.,.........,..,..... 41,120 Liska, James 111 ....................,....... 155 Lloyd, Karen 111 ,.......,.. ............... 3 1 Lloyd, Sharon 121 ,..,..... . .......... 41.110 Lo Cascio, Mike 141 Lochinger, Tony 131 Lockwood, Barbara 111 ..l............. 31 Lockwood, Bob 141 ........68,122,153,168,169.170 Lockwood, Linda 141 ......,, 68,108,109 Locy, Patricia 121 Locy, Patricia Lee 111. ........... . ....... 31 Lytle. Janice 111 ..............., 31.86.130 Lytle, Ken 121 ....,..........................,,... 41 M Maas, Barbara 141 ................ ......... 7 1 MacAllister, John 131 ...................,.. 51 MacAllister, Yvonne 121 MacCallum, MacCarthy, Kathy 121..37.41,114,135 MacDonald, Sandra 131. ..... 51.88.115 MacDonald, Susan 111 .............. 31.160 Machut, Kitty 141 Machut, Phil 121 Maeda, Beverly 121 ...........,,.,..... 41,136 Magnuson, James 121 .............. 41,148 Magnuson, Lee 131 ...... 51.153,166,17O Mahler, Pat 131 ..................,..,............ 51 Maierhofer, Bob 141 ...,.............. 71.113 Maierhofer, Rudolph 121 .............,.. 41 Bruce 121 ,.,.,.,...., 41, 159 Maisel, Carol 131 ................,..,.... 51,96 Maisel, Joyce 111 ....................., 31.150 Maitland, Judy 131 ,,.,......... ...51.160 Maitland, Roger 111 ..,................. 31,90 Majerus, Pat 111. ..,..........,................. 31 Makinson, Judi 141 ............,, 71,914,122 Malanik, Betty 111 ....... ..............,....., 3 1 Malchow, Simone 131 ................ 51.152 Malicki, Marabeth 111 .................... 31 Malloy, Dan 111 ..............,..,........ 31,159 Malone, Annette 121 ......., . ........,... 41 Malone, Carl 131 ...,......... .,....... 5 1 Malone. Odell 131 Malzahn, Dale 111 ........................,... 31 Mann, Ginny 131 ................................ 51 Manta, Carol Ann 131 ..,.....51,114.1Z-15,136 Mariash, Marsha 121 ...................... 41 Marino, Rose 111 ......,....................... 31 Markay, Roger 131 .........,.,................ 51 Marks, Ron 131 .,..,............. 51,145,168 Marn, April 141 ,.......71,86,100,101,103,122 Marsala, Judy 141 .......,...,.............,.. 71 Marsh, Jeff 131 Martin, Bill 121. ,.,.., ........... 4 1,132,133 Martin, Dick 111 ....,..............,............ 31 Martin, Eugene 111 ..,...............,. 31.117 Martin, Judith 131 Martin, Marie 121..37,41,121,132,133 McKay, Rod 141 ........ , ............... 71,113 Lacina, John 121 ....,.,.. ........... 4 1 LaCroix, Ray 131 Ladas, Zeno 131 .............,............ 50,121 Laden, Janice 121 ......,.... ......,............ 4 1 Lake, Diane 111 ,........ ....................... 3 1 Lalor, Bernard 141.,57,68.80,114,137 Lambdin, Phil 141 .......... 68.913.99.131 Lambert, Mike 131. .......,................. 158 Landers, Barry 121 Landinger, Al 111 ..... ...,.....,,.... 3 1,156 Landmeier, Lester 111 .................... 31 Landmeier, Lois 121 .................... 41,94 Landmeier, Sandra 141 Landrneler, Tom 131 .......... 50,158,167 Loeding, Carol 121 Klamer, Joan 111 .......,. ,.,.,,,,,,,,,,,,, 3 1 Klamer, Richard 111 ........,.,,,,,,,......, 31 Klehm, Roy 121 ..............,... 40,111,148 Klement, Tom 111 ..............,.,,,. 31,155 Kline, Lynda 111 ...........,............,,.,.. 31 Kllngenmaier. Marilyn 121 ...,........ 40 Kloman, Fred 121 ...................... 40,104 Klouthls, Bill 121 ....,..,,,.,...,.............. 40 Kmiecik, Gerald 121 .,..... .......... 4 0 Knaack, Fred 141 Knaack. Sharon 111 .,..... ....... 3 1 Knight, Debby 131 Knight, Lynda 131 ...,.,, ,................ . .50 Knight, Wayne 141 .................. 68,166 Knobloch, Gail 131 .,.,., 50,111,115,122 Knoepfle. Donald 131 ...,.... 50.145.168 Knoepfle, Sue 141 ...,............ 68,94.122 Knollmueller, James 141 Knopp, James 141 .....,.... 68.92,96,137 Knapp. Mary 111 .......... 31,88.118,130 Knoppel, Herbert 141 ,,.,.. .......... 68 ,113 Knoppel, Kenton 121 ..........,. 40.92.93 Knox, Nancy 131 ........,.,....... 50,94,111 Knutson, Dennis 121 ...,.,..,.,............. 40 Koceja, David 141, .,.,..,.....,,...,,,, 68,141 Koceja, Diane 131 ....... .....,,..,.,..... 5 0 Kochan, Susan 131 ...,,....................... 50 Koelllng, Judl 131 ............ 50,122.160 Koelper, Edward 121 .........,,.,.....,,.. 40 Koeneman, Karen 111..31,86,104,160 Koeneman, Sharon 121 .................... 40 Koenig, Joy 131 ...,,...,..,.................... 50 I76 Lang. Gail 131 Lange, Bonnie 121 ....... ,.,..,............ 4 1 Lange, Jim 111 ...........,... ......... 3 1,95 Lange, Shirley 111 .................... 31,109 Langerock, Bonnie 111 ....,............... 31 Langerock, Patricia 131 Langguth, Evelyn 131 .............. 50,122 Loerzel, Stan 111 ..........,,............ 31,149 Logie, Charles 121 ................ 41.91.117 Lohr, Jodee 141 .......... ................... 6 8 Lohr, Karen 121 .,..........,...,......... 41,120 Loll, Kristin 121 ............................ 41.94 Lonergan, Tim 131 Long, Cyndy 14J..57.68,87,94.106,115 Long, Elaine 121 .............................. 41 Long, Jim 131 .................................... 51 Long Marty 111 .................... 27.31.130 Longl Sherrie 131 ..,............. 51,121,160 Larkin, Larsen Larsen Langos, Paul 121 .....,,,.....,...,.............. 41 Lansendorf, Barbara 111 ..,........... 31 Lester 121 Alan 111 ..., ,....... ...... ....,...... 3 1 Nancy 111 ........,..,........ 31,152 Sue 121 ..............,...,............... 41 Larsen Longwell. Thomas 141 .,......71,165,170,180 Lopata, John 121 ,... .... 4 1,148,156,167 Lorenz, Jeanene Ann 121 ........ 41,120 Louthain, Jeff 111 ,.,,.......... 31,146,155 Loveless, Terry 131. ..............,........ 158 Lowe, Par 121 ,............ . ,.,.,.. ........ 4 1 Lowe, Steve 111 ........ Loy, Bonnie 131 ....... Loy, Walter 131 ,....... .. . ....,,... 31,95 . ....... 54 Larson, Gordon 141 ...... 68,94,122,131 Larson, Jack 111 .......................,,,,,,,.. 31 Larson. Linda 111 ................ 31,109,118 Luby, Bonnie 111 ........ Luebcke, Rod 121 ........,.,. ............... 4 1 Luedke, George 131 ....... ........ 5 1,145 Lueth, Jan 131 ................ ............ 5 1 Lund, Karen 111 ....,.,..............,., 31,117 Lundquist, Valarie 121 ....,...,... 41.136 Larsson, Larry 131 ....,....................... 50 LaRue, Michael 131 ,........ . .......... 96,99 Lasch. Eva 131 ............................,,..,,.. 50 Lasch, Regina 121 ...,,., ........... 4 1 Laschok, Chris 131 .......... ....... 50 Laschok, Ingrid 111 ........ ....... Lass, Bud 121 ....,............ ....... 31 41 Lundstedt, Pat 131 ....,.............,. 51,160 Lunsmann, Janet 131 ....,..... 51,913,115 Lussow, Fred 111 ,..,,.,..,.. .......,.. 3 1,155 Martin, Ron 141 Martini, Janet 131 ...................... 51,120 Marwedel, Julie 131. ................. 51.135 Massa, Carl 121 .,...,,..... 41,148,154,167 Massie, Steve 121 ,................. ............ 9 4 Mast, Carolyn 121 ..,....................,...... 41 Matara, Doreen 121 .... ..,.,.,,...... 4 1.121 Matheson, Arlene 121 .........,............ 41 May, Janice 121 ....,. 41,71.110,114,120 Mayer, Judy 131 ,.......................... ..... 5 1 Mayhew, Carol 141 ............................ 71 McArdle, David 111 ...,.............. 31,104 McCabe, Ed 111 ..........,............... 31,149 McCann, Valetta 111 ........................ 31 McClellan, Linda 111 ......,.,,...... 31,118 McComb, Nancy 121 .........,., 37.41.122 McConnell, Bruce 121 .........,............ 41 McConnell, Gary 131 McCord, Tom 131 ......,....................... 51 McCoy, Susan 141 .......... 71,80,134,137 McDonald, Douglas 111 .................. 31 McDonald, John 131 .............. 51.96.99 McDonald, Leslie 111 .......... 31.91.159 McDonald, Sandra 121 McDonald, Susan 121 ................ 41.106 McDougall, Bonnie 121 ..,... 41,413,120 McDowell, Robert 121 ...... 41,122,164 McGill, Patt 141 .......,,. 71.116.131,141 McGowean, Bonnie 131 .... 51,101,151 McGrath, Patti 121 .........,.......... 41.151 McKnight. Roger 121. ........... 41.96.99 McLean, Karen 121 ........41,94,105,114.135 McLean, Shirley 121 .....,.......... 41,106 McMillan, William 121 ............ 41,148 McNulty, Terry 111 .......................... 31 McRoberts, Terry 121 ...,.......... 41,120 McRoy, Judith 121 ..........................., 41 McVicker, Carol 111 .................. 31,160 Mears, David 111 ....... ...31,91.119,155 Medal. Andrea 121 Medal, Jeanne 131 ...........,.................. 51 Medal, Terry 121 .,....... ....,.............. 4 1 Meehan, Fay 121 .......,,,...................... 41 Meehan, James 131 ..........,. 51,122,167 Meehan, Michael 121 ........................ 41 Meehan. Sharon 141 .......................... 71 Mees, Nancy 131 .......,.. 51,109,111,121 Meier, Janet 111 ................................ 31 Meller, David 131 ............................,. 51 Menefee, Bill 131 Merritt, Thomas 111 ................ 31.149 Mesnard, Sheryle 111 .................. .... 3 1 Joswick, Marcia 111 ....,... ........ 1 3,62 Judy, Diane 131 Judy, Sandra 111 Juhl Valerie 2 . 1 J .,......,, Jutzi, Alfred 121 ............ K ..40 90 93,121 1 v Kacena, Penny 131 .....,...,..., 47,50.106 Koenig, Mike 111 ....... Koeppen, Dick 111.. .........31,149,156 Koeppen, Fred 131 .................... 50,112 Koeppen, Ronald 141 Koeppl, Ronnie 111.. Koester, John 121 ............,... 37.40.167 Koester, Ruth 141.... Kohl, Ruth Ann 131 Kokes, Ronald 111 , .,,.................... 50 Kolberg, Sharon 121 ................,. 40,96 Lussow, John 131 ......,,.,,,.... 51,147,168 Luster, Tracy 121 ....... ..........,........ 4 1 Luther, Arthur 111 ..... ..................... 3 1 Lutz, Barb 121 .................... Lux, Hal 131 Lynch, Gloria 111 Lyons, Mike 131. ...... ..,,... . Lysien, Judy 131 ..... 41.114,135 51,158,170 ......,.....51.116 Kading. Judy 121 ...................... 40,120 Kadlecik, Sharon 121 .,.,.,,...,,,,,,...,,, 40 Kahn, Barry 141 .,......,......................, 67 Kalous, Roberta 121 ..,. 40,1Z3,135,151 Kamln, Nancie 121 ...,.,.....,.,............ 40 Kane, Pat 141 ,,,.......,,,.,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 6 7 Kappa, Sue 111 ....l,.... ..,......, 30 Kasen, Keith 111 ,..... .................... 30 .95 Kasen. Sandy 141 ........,,................ 67,96 Kasl, Carol 121 ........ 40,94,1Z1,135,152 Kastning, Karen 121 .....,...,....,,,, 40,136 Kath, Barbara 111 ...............,,,,,,, 311,108 Katkus, Judy 131 ...,.,.,,......,.,...,......,, 50 Katz. Marlene 131 .....,,,.,..,,,,.,,.,. 50,104 Kauffman, Lisle 141 .,...................... 67 Kauffman, Mike 131 .... 50.95.147,168 Kawa, Diane 131 .......... 50,92.110,135 Kay. Evelyn 131 .................. 50,106,110 Keck, Beryl 111 ...,.......... 3O,85,95,116 Keeley, Kenneth 141. Kehe, Barbara 111 ..... Kehe, Jacqueline 111 ........ 30,109,118 Kehe, Jim 111 ..,...,...,.. Kehe, Roland 131 ........ Kellman, Diane 121... Kelth, Judy 121 ...,..,...... Keller, Allen 131 Kruse, Allan 121..40,125,154,163,170 Klabe, Mary Anne 111 ....., 31,118,136 Keller, Dave 121 ........ ..........,.,. 4 0 Keller, Ken 121 ..,....,....... . ....... 40,97 Kelley, Arline 121 ......... ...,.......... 4 0 Kelley, Ed 141 ..,...................,...., 67,158 Kelley, Patricia 121 ................,. 40,115 Kelly, Diana 141 ...... 57,67,94,135,141 Kemman, Ray 131 .....................,...... 80 Kennicott, Tom 141 ....,..,67.86.147.168,170 Kent, Mike 121 Kenyon, Kathy 141 .................... 67,134 Keppen, Joan 121 ......,......... 40,134,135 Keppen, Judy 131 ...................,.. 50,152 Kesel, Les 121 ,................ ............... 4 0,95 Kessler, Judy 121 .,....,......... 40,104,116 Keto, Dale .Carol 111 .................... 31,85 Kick, Raleigh 131 ...................... 50,121 Kieck, Dorothy 111 .........,.... 27,31,118 Kieck, Nancy 141 ,.....,,.,.....,.............. 67 Kim. Roy 131 ,......... .... 40 ,89,92,93,158 Kincl, James 121, .................,............. 40 Klndhart, Carol 141 ...........,.............. 67 Klndler, Carol 111 ....... ...,...... 3 1.118 Klndler, Pat 141 ................................ 67 Klndler, Ruth 141 ,..,,.....,....,............ 68 King, Barbara 121 ...,...,......,.,........... 40 King, Betsy 131 .......,.... 50,94,116.139 King, Jerry 131 Kingsley, James 141 .......,.... 68,514,111 Kingsley, John 121 ......................... ...40 Kingsley, Nancy 111 .................,.,,,., 31 Kirchhoff, Betty 131 .,...............,..,... 59 Klrchhoff, Vaughan 111 .... 31.88.159 Kirk, Kal 121, .,......,....,,...............,..,... 40 Klrzeder, Mary Anne 141 ............ 68 Kisselburg, Bert 111 ...........,..,..,,,..., 31 Kist. Robert 111 ........................ 31,156 Kita, Marion 111 .......................,..,..... 31 Kolk, Ed 141 ..,...,,...,........................., 68 Kolstad, Fred 131 ..................,,.......... 50 Komondoros, Phyllis 141 .............,.. 68 Koopman, Bill 131 ......,............. 50,145 Kopriva, Pat 141 ......,............,.... 68,110 Korando, Joyce 111 ........ .,,...,.... 3 1 Kosel, Egon 131 ..... ,....,,.. ..,.... 5 0 Kottke, Lawrence 121 ........ ....... 4 0 Kottke, Paula 121 .........................,.. 40 Kouzmanoff, Jerry 131 ......,.50.145,155,165,170,180 Kovacs, Kathie 121 ..,. 40,114,120,135 Kozlowski, Eugene 111 ,....,..,,.......... 31 Kozlowski. Tim 131 Kozowic, Caroline 121 Krambeer, Roger 121 ..................,... 40 Kramer, Janet 121 ...................... 40,94 Kramer, Sharon 111 ..............,...,..... 109 Kransberger, Bob 111 .... 31,91,95,156 Kransberger, Charles 131 ...,.......... 50 Kranz, Donald 121 .................,.....,.... 43 Kranz, Ray 141 ..........,............... 68,113 Kranz, Ron 111 ............................ 31,149 Kratsch, Beverlee 121 ........ 40,120,151 Kratt, Mary-Claire 121 .... 40,114,136 Kraus, Bob 121 Kraus, Mary 131 ...................,.......... Kraus, Violet 111 ......... ........ Krebsbach, Kay 121 .,.,...,.. ....... Kreft, Karen 121 ................,..,............ Kreider, Dierra 111 .,..,...31,95,116,130,133 Kreider, Eldon 141 .,.,....68,86,92,93,132,133,134,137 50 31 Krause, Larry 111 .......... .,..... 3 1 40 40 Krejsa, Richard 131 ..................,....... 50 Krembs, John 111 ........................ 31,93 Kroencke. Carole 131 .......,.............. 50 Krueger, Will 121 ....................,......... 40 Kruk, John 131 ..,......,,,.....,.,.. 50,89,90 Kruse. Gloria 141 ................ 68,94,122 Lass, George 111 ......, ........ 3 1 LaTour, Dotty 141 Latta, Marge 141 ................................ 68 Laubenheimer, Pete 141 .... 68,591,168 Lauterburg, Fred 121 ............,......... 41 LaVeau, Bruce 121 ............ 37,41.90.93 Law, Bruce 121. ........,.,,............. 41,165 Lawler, Kathy 111 ............ 31.136160 Lawson, Denny 121 ............,............. 41 Lawson, Doris 111 .............. 31,117,118 Layson, Jeffrey 121 .................. 96,168 Laz, Delores 131 .................. 50,115,121 Leaf, Shari 121 ............................ 41,116 Learman. Fred 121 ...... Leckband. Richard 141 ..,.......l. 68.170 Ledwon, Dennis 121, .,... Lee, Ellen 111 ....,........... Leech, Dempster 121 ......... Leekley, Bob 121 .......,...... Leeper, Larry 131 ........,.. .41, 156 , 167 . ..148,167 S.-150,147,149 Leeper, Richard 111 .....,............ 31.156 Lehman, Linda 111 ......... ........ 3 1.104 Lehmann, Dick 111 ....,... Leicht, Douglas 131 Leiher, Hermlne 141 ........................ 68 LeMay, Dick 121 ............. ........ 4 1,148 Lemke, Dave 121 .......... ............ 4 1 Lemke, Jerry 111 ......... .......... 3 1,88 Kubik. Joel 111 .................................. 31 Kucharik, Thomas 111 ..,,................ 31 Kuehn, Judie 121. ...,.....,.., ....... 4 1 Kuehnau, Bobby 111 ........................ 31 Kuhlman, Kathie 111 .......,,.,.,,., 27,31 Kulik, Bernie 121 .,.,.,.......... ........... 4 1 Kumbera, Duncan 111,, ..,. ,. ...... .31 Kunz, Phillip 131 ...,...,...................... 50 Kunz, Richard 111 ....,....................... 31 Kups, Terry 111 ............,,..,..,...... 31,155 Kurth, Karen 111 .......,........ 31,108,109 Kurth, Stephen 121 ..................., 41,88 Kurtz, Dan 121 ...................,.............. 41 Kurtz, Judy 131 Kurtz, Kent 141 ............ 68,147,168.170 Kussow, Dave 131 ...................... 50,167 L Labandt, Carol 111 ......... ....... 3 1,118 Loechl, Pat 121 .....,..,...............,... 41.117 Richard 131 ..,..,.... 50,112,113 Klamer, Fred 141 Klages, Klamer, Jacob 131 ....... Lemke, Sandra 131 ......... ........ 5 0,106 Lemke, Roger 141 ......... ............ 6 8 Lemke, Ronald 111 .....,.... .. ..... .31 Lemme, John 111 ........... .,...... 3 1 Lenehan, Karen 131 ......,................, 50 Lense, Karen 111 ........................ 31.160 Leonard, Dennis 111 ......,..... 31.86.149 Leonteos, Barb 111 ............ , ..............l 31 LeStarge, Linda 121 ..,................. 41.94 Lester. Vicky 121 ................ 41,116,139 Leth, Dawn 141 ..............,............. 68,122 Levesque, Frances 111 ....,,.. 31,90,109 Levine, Bonnie 141 ,....... .................... 6 8 Levine, Carol 111 ........................ 31.118 Levine, Ruth 141 ......A......................... 68 Lewis, John 111 ........ 31,89,91,118.119 Lewis, Sandy 141 .............................. 68 Lien, Karen 111 ............,...........,......... 31 Lide, Lorna 121 .... 41,114,122,123,151 Liebenow, John 141 .... 68,131.147.170 Liebenow, Judy 121 ...................... 41.96 Liesik, Barbara 111. .................l....... 31 Liggett, Patricia 141 ...... .................. 6 8 Ligon, Richard 111 ..........,. 31,149,156 Liljequist, Barbara 131 .................... 51 Lilleberg, Karen 121 .,.,.................. 41 Lind. John 121 ,............. .............l 4 1,167 Lindberg, Bob 121 ....l....................... 41 Llndstrom, Rick 14J..68,163.164,170 Linehan, Karen 121 .... ...................... 4 1 Link, John 121 ....,............,.,..... ...41,156 Linnemann, Janet 131 Linnemann, Kenneth 141 .......... 51,68 Linneweh, Bud 121 ............................ 41 Linzer, Margarete 111. ..........l.... 27.31 Lippke, Bonnie 121 ..,. 41,104,109,135 Lippke, William 141. ..... 68.516.99.158 Lippold, Lois 141 .....,.,.......... 68,913,135 Lips, Bin 121 .,.,.................... 41,154,167 Lips. Judy 141 .,.... 68,113,115,141,152 Lips, Nancy 121 ....,,.,.........,..,..... 41,120 Liska, James 111 ....................,....... 155 Lloyd, Karen 111 ,.......,.. ............... 3 1 Lloyd, Sharon 121 ,..,..... . .......... 41.110 Lo Cascio, Mike 141 Lochinger, Tony 131 Lockwood, Barbara 111 ..l............. 31 Lockwood, Bob 141 ........68,122,153,168,169.170 Lockwood, Linda 141 ......,, 68,108,109 Locy, Patricia 121 Locy, Patricia Lee 111. ........... . ....... 31 Lytle. Janice 111 ..............., 31.86.130 Lytle, Ken 121 ....,..........................,,... 41 M Maas, Barbara 141 ................ ......... 7 1 MacAllister, John 131 ...................,.. 51 MacAllister, Yvonne 121 MacCallum, MacCarthy, Kathy 121..37.41,114,135 MacDonald, Sandra 131. ..... 51.88.115 MacDonald, Susan 111 .............. 31.160 Machut, Kitty 141 Machut, Phil 121 Maeda, Beverly 121 ...........,,.,..... 41,136 Magnuson, James 121 .............. 41,148 Magnuson, Lee 131 ...... 51.153,166,17O Mahler, Pat 131 ..................,..,............ 51 Maierhofer, Bob 141 ...,.............. 71.113 Maierhofer, Rudolph 121 .............,.. 41 Bruce 121 ,.,.,.,...., 41, 159 Maisel, Carol 131 ................,..,.... 51,96 Maisel, Joyce 111 ....................., 31.150 Maitland, Judy 131 ,,.,......... ...51.160 Maitland, Roger 111 ..,................. 31,90 Majerus, Pat 111. ..,..........,................. 31 Makinson, Judi 141 ............,, 71,94,122 Malanik, Betty 111 ....... ..............,....., 3 1 Malchow, Simone 131 ................ 51.152 Malicki, Marabeth 111 .................... 31 Malloy, Dan 111 ..............,..,........ 31,159 Malone, Annette 121 ......., . ........,... 41 Malone, Carl 131 ...,......... .,....... 5 1 Malone. Odell 131 Malzahn, Dale 111 ........................,... 31 Mann, Ginny 131 ................................ 51 Manta, Carol Ann 131 ..,.....51,114.135,136 Mariash, Marsha 121 ...................... 41 Marino, Rose 111 ......,....................... 31 Markay, Roger 131 .........,.,................ 51 Marks, Ron 131 .,..,............. 51,145,168 Marn, April 141 ,.......71,86,100,101,103,122 Marsala, Judy 141 .......,...,.............,.. 71 Marsh, Jeff 131 Martin, Bill 121. ,.,.., ........... 4 1,132,133 Martin, Dick 111 ....,..............,............ 31 Martin, Eugene 111 ..,...............,. 31.117 Martin, Judith 131 Martin, Marie 121..37,41,121,132,133 McKay, Rod 141 ........ , ............... 71,113 Lacina, John 121 ....,.,.. ........... 4 1 LaCroix, Ray 131 Ladas, Zeno 131 .............,............ 50,121 Laden, Janice 121 ......,.... ......,............ 4 1 Lake, Diane 111 ,........ ....................... 3 1 Lalor, Bernard 141.,57,68.80,114,137 Lambdin, Phil 141 .......... 68.913.99.131 Lambert, Mike 131. .......,................. 158 Landers, Barry 121 Landinger, Al 111 ..... ...,.....,,.... 3 1,156 Landmeier, Lester 111 .................... 31 Landmeier, Lois 121 .................... 41,94 Landmeier, Sandra 141 Landrneler, Tom 131 .......... 50,158,167 Loeding, Carol 121 Klamer, Joan 111 .......,. ,.,.,,,,,,,,,,,,, 3 1 Klamer, Richard 111 ........,.,,,,,,,......, 31 Klehm, Roy 121 ..............,... 40,111,148 Klement, Tom 111 ..............,.,,,. 31,155 Kline, Lynda 111 ...........,............,,.,.. 31 Kllngenmaier. Marilyn 121 ...,........ 40 Kloman, Fred 121 ...................... 40,104 Klouthls, Bill 121 ....,..,,,.,...,.............. 40 Kmiecik, Gerald 121 .,..... .......... 4 0 Knaack, Fred 141 Knaack. Sharon 111 .,..... ....... 3 1 Knight, Debby 131 Knight, Lynda 131 ...,.,, ,................ . .50 Knight, Wayne 141 .................. 68,166 Knobloch, Gail 131 .,.,., 50,111,115,122 Knoepfle. Donald 131 ...,.... 50.145.168 Knoepfle, Sue 141 ...,............ 68,94.122 Knollmueller, James 141 Knopp, James 141 .....,.... 68.92,96,137 Knapp. Mary 111 .......... 31,88.118,130 Knoppel, Herbert 141 ,,.,.. .......... 68 ,113 Knoppel, Kenton 121 ..........,. 40.92.93 Knox, Nancy 131 ........,.,....... 50,94,111 Knutson, Dennis 121 ...,.,..,.,............. 40 Koceja, David 141, .,.,..,.....,,...,,,, 68,141 Koceja, Diane 131 ....... .....,,..,.,..... 5 0 Kochan, Susan 131 ...,,....................... 50 Koelllng, Judl 131 ............ 50,122.160 Koelper, Edward 121 .........,,.,.....,,.. 40 Koeneman, Karen 111..31,86,104,160 Koeneman, Sharon 121 .................... 40 Koenig, Joy 131 ...,,...,..,.................... 50 I76 Lang. Gail 131 Lange, Bonnie 121 ....... ,.,..,............ 4 1 Lange, Jim 111 ...........,... ......... 3 1,95 Lange, Shirley 111 .................... 31,109 Langerock, Bonnie 111 ....,............... 31 Langerock, Patricia 131 Langguth, Evelyn 131 .............. 50,122 Loerzel, Stan 111 ..........,,............ 31,149 Logie, Charles 121 ................ 41.91.117 Lohr, Jodee 141 .......... ................... 6 8 Lohr, Karen 121 .,..........,...,......... 41,120 Loll, Kristin 121 ............................ 41.94 Lonergan, Tim 131 Long, Cyndy 14J..57.68,87,94.106,115 Long, Elaine 121 .............................. 41 Long, Jim 131 .................................... 51 Long Marty 111 .................... 27.31.130 Longl Sherrie 131 ..,............. 51,121,160 Larkin, Larsen Larsen Langos, Paul 121 .....,,,.....,...,.............. 41 Lansendorf, Barbara 111 ..,........... 31 Lester 121 Alan 111 ..., ,....... ...... ....,...... 3 1 Nancy 111 ........,..,........ 31,152 Sue 121 ..............,...,............... 41 Larsen Longwell. Thomas 141 .,......71,165,170,180 Lopata, John 121 ,... .... 4 1,148,156,167 Lorenz, Jeanene Ann 121 ........ 41,120 Louthain, Jeff 111 ,.,,.......... 31,146,155 Loveless, Terry 131. ..............,........ 158 Lowe, Par 121 ,............ . ,.,.,.. ........ 4 1 Lowe, Steve 111 ........ Loy, Bonnie 131 ....... Loy, Walter 131 ,....... .. . ....,,... 31,95 . ....... 54 Larson, Gordon 141 ...... 68,94,122,131 Larson, Jack 111 .......................,,,,,,,.. 31 Larson. Linda 111 ................ 31,109,118 Luby, Bonnie 111 ........ Luebcke, Rod 121 ........,.,. ............... 4 1 Luedke, George 131 ....... ........ 5 1,145 Lueth, Jan 131 ................ ............ 5 1 Lund, Karen 111 ....,.,..............,., 31,117 Lundquist, Valarie 121 ....,...,... 41.136 Larsson, Larry 131 ....,....................... 50 LaRue, Michael 131 ,........ . .......... 96,99 Lasch. Eva 131 ............................,,..,,.. 50 Lasch, Regina 121 ...,,., ........... 4 1 Laschok, Chris 131 .......... ....... 50 Laschok, Ingrid 111 ........ ....... Lass, Bud 121 ....,............ ....... 31 41 Lundstedt, Pat 131 ....,.............,. 51,160 Lunsmann, Janet 131 ....,..... 51,913,115 Lussow, Fred 111 ,..,,.,..,.. .......,.. 3 1,155 Martin, Ron 141 Martini, Janet 131 ...................... 51,120 Marwedel, Julie 131. ................. 51.135 Massa, Carl 121 .,...,,..... 41,148,154,167 Massie, Steve 121 ,................. ............ 9 4 Mast, Carolyn 121 ..,....................,...... 41 Matara, Doreen 121 .... ..,.,.,,...... 4 1.121 Matheson, Arlene 121 .........,............ 41 May, Janice 121 ....,. 41,71.110,114,120 Mayer, Judy 131 ,.......................... ..... 5 1 Mayhew, Carol 141 ............................ 71 McArdle, David 111 ...,.............. 31,104 McCabe, Ed 111 ..........,............... 31,149 McCann, Valetta 111 ........................ 31 McClellan, Linda 111 ......,.,,...... 31,118 McComb, Nancy 121 .........,., 37.41.122 McConnell, Bruce 121 .........,............ 41 McConnell, Gary 131 McCord, Tom 131 ......,....................... 51 McCoy, Susan 141 .......... 71,80,134,137 McDonald, Douglas 111 .................. 31 McDonald, John 131 .............. 51.96.99 McDonald, Leslie 111 .......... 31.91.159 McDonald, Sandra 121 McDonald, Susan 121 ................ 41.106 McDougall, Bonnie 121 ..,... 41,43,120 McDowell, Robert 121 ...... 41,122,164 McGill, Patt 141 .......,,. 71.116.131,141 McGowean, Bonnie 131 .... 51,101,151 McGrath, Patti 121 .........,.......... 41.151 McKnight. Roger 121. ........... 41.96.99 McLean, Karen 121 ........41,94,105,114.135 McLean, Shirley 121 .....,.......... 41,106 McMillan, William 121 ............ 41,148 McNulty, Terry 111 .......................... 31 McRoberts, Terry 121 ...,.......... 41,120 McRoy, Judith 121 ..........................., 41 McVicker, Carol 111 .................. 31,160 Mears, David 111 ....... ...31,91.119,155 Medal. Andrea 121 Medal, Jeanne 131 ...........,.................. 51 Medal, Terry 121 .,....... ....,.............. 4 1 Meehan, Fay 121 .......,,,...................... 41 Meehan, James 131 ..........,. 51,122,167 Meehan, Michael 121 ........................ 41 Meehan. Sharon 141 .......................... 71 Mees, Nancy 131 .......,.. 51,109,111,121 Meier, Janet 111 ................................ 31 Meller, David 131 ............................,. 51 Menefee, Bill 131 Merritt, Thomas 111 ................ 31.149 Mesnard, Sheryle 111 .................. .... 3 1 Mueller, Paul 127 .............,.............. 41 M ll Rlhrd117 51 127 136 ue er, c a ....... Muhly, Barbara 137 ..... , , Mukahlrn, Patricia 127 Mukahlrn, Audrey 117 ............ 32,153 Neumann, Charles 137, ....... ...... 5 1,147 Mulligan, Russell 117 ............... .. ..... Muran, Sara 17 ................ ......., 5 1 Murphy, Sharon 147 ------ .. ....... .71 Murray, John 147 ........... ........ 71 Murray, Judy 147 ............ ........ 7 1 Murray, Peggy 127 Muscla, Christine 137. .,.-.-.-. ----.A-A 5 1 Muscla, Donna 117 ............ ........ 3 2 Mutti, Jack 117 ..,............. .....,... 32 Myers, Claudette 117 Myers, Walter 137 ................ ............ 5 1 Myers, Warren 127 ........37,41,122,165,180 Myk, Catherine 137 ........................ 120 Myk, Wayne 137 N Nabb, Doug 127 ..,...,. ............ 4 1,156 Nagle, Pam 117 ..... .. .................., 32,118 Nash, Mike 127 ................., 45,148,154 Nau, Kenneth 147 ...................... 71,112 Naumes, Janet 117 ....-.... ...---....------ 32 Naylor, Dave 127 ........... .............. 1 68 Naylor, Ginny 117 ....................... 27,32 Neal, Frederick 117 Nearhood, Dolores 137 ............ 51,115 Nehf, Jesse 137 ............................ 51,147 Nelson, Barbara R. 117 ..........., 32,118 Nelson, Donna 127 ..,.,,..,... 41,120,135 Nelson, Ellen 137 .............................. 51 Nelson, Jay 137 ............... .,.............. 5 1 Nelson, Karen 127 ...................... 41,110 Nelson, Lois 147 ........................ 71,135 Nelson, Marilyn 127 ..,.....37,41,115,132,133,139 Nelson, Mlke 127 ..................,..... 41.159 Nelson, Nancy 127 ............................ 41 Nelson, Pat 127 ............... ...,.... 4 1 Nelson, Ron 117 .................. ........ 32 Nelson, Suzanne 127 ........... ...... ...96 Neubauer, Gregg 137 .....l................ 51 Neubaum, Herb 127 .....................,.... 41 Neumaxm, Conrad 117 ...... 32,89,90,93 Neurauter, Blll 137 ............................ 51 Newcomb, Gordy 137 ...................... 158 O'Nell, Bruce 117 .................... 32,9O,91 O'Nell, Corlnne 117 .... 32,109,118,130 Oplt, Joanne 147 ........................ 72,120 Opsahl, George 137 ............................ 51 Opsahl, Randi 147 ....... ..... ..... 7 2 ,134 Orgler, Sandy 127 ............................ 121 Orlick, Leslie 117 .............................. 32 Ortiz, Jose 117 .................... 32,146,156 Ortlz, Marla 137 Oscarson, Carolee 127 .................... 41 Osterberg, Jean 127 Ostos, Alan 117 .................................. 32 Ostrom, June 127 ............................., 41 Owen, Buzz 127 .........,.,...... 41,148,156 Owen, Jane 147 ........72,94,111,114,116,120,137 Owen, Nancy 127 ................ 94,120,135 P Pacelll, Jim 137 ................. .......... 5 1 Page, Bernadine 137 ....... .......... 5 1 Page, Jim 137 .....,............ .......... 5 1 Page, Sheila 117 ...,.,......... .......... 32 Pagnac, Kenneth 127 Palermo, Nancy 127 .......................... 41 Palluck, Mary E. 117 Palmer, Bill J. 117 .................... 32.159 Palmer, David 127 .....,...,.. 41,146,168 Palmer, Dlck 117 .............,........., 32,155 Palmer, Florence 127 ........ 41,115,120 Palmer, James 117 ...................... 32,95 Palmer, Janice 137 ............ 51,109,121 Palmer, Sharon 127 ....... ................... 4 2 Palomo, Armando 117 ..... ,..32,146,155 Palublcki, Marge M. 117 .......... 32.88 Panek, John 147 Panek, Ronna 127 ........42,94,115,135,151 Metz, Evelyn 117 ................................ 31 Metz, Joanne 127 ........ 41,120,135,136 Metz, Lana 117 .................................... 31 Mewboum, Shlrley 137 Meyer. Connie 117 ........ 31.88.108.109 Meyer, Frank 137 ............................ 51 Meyer, Helen 137 .............................. 51 Meyer, Jackie 117 ............................., 31 Meyer, Karen 137 .......... 47.51.106.1'78 Meyer. Marvin 147 ................---- 71.137 Meyer, Robert 127 Meyer, Roger 147 .......,............ 71.86.87 Meyer, Tony 137 .......... ........... 5 1.145 Meyer, Wayne 127 ......... ....... 4 1.122 Meyers, Erlc 127 ............. ....... 4 1.156 Meyers, Richard 127 ................ 41.156 Michaels, Beth 117. ................... 31,118 Michaels, Judith 137 .......... 51,122,123 Mlchels, Sylvia 117 .l........... ............. 3 1 Michelson. Judy 137 ........................ 51 Mlchgelson, James 127 .................... 41 Middleton, Kenneth 117 ........31,88,104,155 Mlelke, Martin 137 ............................ 51 Mlhalek, Judy 137 ...................,, . ...... 51 Mllazzo, Kathleen 127 ....... ......- 4 1 Mllbratz, Bud 127 Miller, Blll 137 Miller, Blll A. 117 ..,........ .....,, 3 1,155 Miller, Dolores 147 .... ..... ....... 7 1 .160 Miller, Donald 117 .......... .........-. 3 1 Miller, Jackie 137 Miller, Jerrllynn 117 ................ 31.118 Miller, Joe 127 .................................- 41 Miller John 127 ........37.41,8'7,148,154,167 Miller, Kathy 147 .,...... 57,71.122,141 Miller, Krls 147 .................... 71.86.150 Miller, Leroy 137 ........ ...................... 5 1 Miller, Maryann 117 .................. 31,118 Miller, Molllsue 127 ......,................. 41 Miller, Nancy 137 ........... ............ . ...... 5 1 Miller, Peggy 117 ................ 31,104,160 Miller, Richard 137 ................,......... 51 Miller, Robert A. 117 ........27.31,89.91,93 Miller, Sue 127 ............................ 41.120 Mlller, Terry 117 ..........,..... 31,119,149 Mlller, Tom 117 .......... .................. 3 1 Mllls, Charles 117 ..................... 31.159 Mllls, Pat 137 ........................ 51.96.114 Mllman, Ralph 137 ......,...,............... 51 Miner, Jan 117 ,... . ....................... 31,119 Mlnettl, Toni 137 ......,......... 51,115,121 Mlnlkel, Jlm 117 .......................... 31,151 Mitchell, Andy 147 ............................ '71 Mitchell, Bonnie 147 ......... ......, 71 Mitchell, Eddie 117 ........ ....... 3 1 Mitchell, Kathie 137 Mitchell, Shari 127 ............................ 41 Mitchell, Tim 117 ...................... 31.149 Mitchell Wallace 127 Mlttelsteadt, Jerome 117..31,119,136 Menus, cami 127 .......... 41,94,11e,1as Mockenhaupt, John 137 .................. 51 Modjeske, Jeanne 137 ...... 51,109,120 Moehllng, Dean 117 .......................... 31 Moehllng, Ed 147 .............. 71,141,163 Moehllng, Gene 117 .......,.................. 31 Moehllng, Judy 147 .....................,.... 71 Moehllng, Sandra Lee 127 ...... 41,116 Newhard, John 117 .... 32,119,146,155 Newman, Russell 127 ...... .............. 1 67 Nichols, Bill 127 Nlckelson, Dick 147 .... 71,122,147,170 Niebur, Lorraine Edith 147 .......... 71 Niemann, Dennis 137 ................ 51,158 Nlemann, Herbert J, 117 ................ 32 Niemeyer, Shirley 117 ............ 32,109 Nilson, Clara 117 Nilson, Darlene 137 .......................... 51 Nlmmer, John 147 .................... 71,131 Nlms, Dave 127 Nlnde, William 117. ........... 32,116,119 Nlnnemann, Charles 127 ............ 41,90 Peluso, Raup , Roger M. 117 ...................... 32 Moellentlne, Lonny 127 ............ 41,116 Moeller, Denis 127 ....................,....... 41 Mogren, Vickie 147 ............ 57,71,152 Moldenhauer, Arthur 137 Molenkamp, Kurt 127 Molltor, John 147 .,.... ......... ....... 71 Mollenkams, Jan 127 Monjeau, haron 147 ....... .,.,....... 71 Moore, Charlotte 127 ................ 41.135 Moore, David 117 ............... ........... 3 1 Moore, Lelgh 137 ............. ....... 5 1,147 Moore, Nancy 137 ........ ........... 5 1,160 Moore, Prlscllla 127 ........................, .41 Moore, Sally 147. ............. 71,8O,94.141 Moore, Terry 117 .............................. 32 Morand, Richard 147 Moravec, Leonard 117 ...................... 32 Moravec, Ralph 137 ........................ 51 Moreland, Gary 137 .... 51,135,158,170 Moreland, Merlgall 127 .................. 41 Morgan, Art 137 ................................ 51 Morgan, Sharon 117 ........ ........... 32 Moritz, Dan 117 ............... - ................. 32 Morlock, Joanne 117 ................ 32,111 Morris, Chuck 137 .......... ......,.... 5 1 Morris, Jlm 137 ............ ....... 71 Morrison, Sue 127 Morrow, Bill 117 ................................ 32 Mors, Bill 137 Mors, Bob 147..71,103,147,153,168,17O Morton. Gary 117 .......................... 32.88 Moses, Don 137 ........................... 51,167 Moslman, Frederick 127 .................. 41 Motlsl, Peter 127 ................ 41,148,156 Mott, Tom 117 ....... ........ . 32,88,118,119 Nlnnow, Tom 137 .............................. 51 Noble, John 127 ....... .. ....................... 41 Nolte, Floyd 147 ........................ 71,113 Nordtvedt, Don 137 .................. 51,145 Norman, Judith A. 117 ............ 32,118 North, Barry 147 ................................ 71 North, Larry 147 .............. ....... 7 1 N P 2 . ..41 96 orton, aul17 ........... ...If , N ttk , Ji E 117 32 o e m . ................ ........... . Novacek Robert 127 Noveno, ' Donna Marie 117 .............. 32 Nowak, Beverly 127 Nyblln, Arthur 127 ............ 41,148,167 Nygard, Rlggie, 147 .................. 72,112 O Oakley, Audre4y 137 ........................ 51 Oberg, John 1 7 .................. 72,166,170 O'Brlen, Bill 127 ................................ 41 O'Brlen, Pat 117. ......................... 32.86 Ocasek, Jeanne 137 ......... .51, 124 , 151 O'Connel1, Mary 137 ................ 51,106 Panza, Ken 127 ............................ 42,107 Panzer, Dorothy 147 .....,.................. 72 Papenthlen, Judith M. 117 ...... 32,106 Parcell, Kathy J, 117. ............. 32,118 Parillo, Don A. 117 .......................,.... 32 Paris, Beth A. 117 ........ 32.88.108,109 Parke, Pat 137 .................................... 51 Parker, Lynn 127 .............. . ,...... 42,108 Parkin, John 137 ................................ 52 Parnell, Lyle 127 ........ ............. 4 2 Parson, Dick 127 ........................ 42,156 Parson, Nancy 137 ............................ 52 Passmore, Rich 127 .... 42,148,154,167 Pastor, Pat 137 .................,.......... 52,122 Pasvogel, Sally 147 ................. .....72,81 Pate, Dwight 137 ........... .......... 5 2.163 Pate, Jerry 137 Pate, Marcia 117 ........................ 32,106 Paterson, Ross 137 ......... ...... ......... 52 Patton, Roger 117 ...................... 32,118 Patzke, John 127 .......... Paul, Richard 127 ......,... Pauls, Judie 127 ..,. ....... . Paulson, Kenn 147 ..,..............,.,........ 72 Pauly, Joan M, 137 .................... 52,160 Payne, Gammon 127 ................ 42,148 Peacock, Earl E. 117 ......... Peak, Lynda 127 .32, 146,155 Pearne, Penny 147 .....,.,............ 72.131 Phillips, Warren 137 ........ 52,168,170 Pleper, Kenneth Robert 117..32.159 Plnckney, Phil 127 Plnkham, Jerry 127 .................. 42,156 Plnkos, Ricky 127 .............................. 42 Plpkin, Penny 137 ............ .. ........ 52,120 Pitt, Carolyn 147 ........... .. .......... .. ..... 72 Plambeck, Richard 137 ........52 92,116,145,165,180 Plymale, Susan C. 117 ............ 32,118 Pokuta, Wayne 127 , Pollard, Jerry 137 Polluck, Mary F. 117 ........................ 32 Poole, Bonnie 147 ............................ 72 Poole, Georgene 117 .................. 32,118 Popp, Alvln 147 .......................... 72,122 Popp, Carl 147 .................. 72,8O,94,114 Popp, Theona C. 117. ......... ............32 Posselt, Robin 137 ............ 52,104,122 Poterackl, Georgia 127 .................... 42 Potter, Jerry 147 Potts. Caren 137 ........................ 52,122 Powell, Gale 147 ................................ 72 Powell, Joyce 127 ...................... 42.120 Powell, Sandy 147..57,72,115,137,152 Poznan, John 127 .............................. 4 2 Prahl, Karen 137 ........ 52,114,122,123 Pratt, Jeff 137 ............................ 52,167 Preclllo, Sara 127 ........ 42,94,115.135 Prenner, Mary 127 . ........37,42,94,135,1I5,151 Prenzler, Robert 127 Price, David 117 ................,. 32,146,159 Price, Dlane 147 ................................ 72 Prigge, Pam 147 Prouty, Robert 127 ........................ 156 Pruyn, Barbara 127 .......................... 42 Pruyn, Don 147 Pulley, Georgia 127 .... 42,110,115,120 Purvis, Alan 137 ................................ 52 Putz, Hermlne K. 117 .............. 32,108 Putz, Joe 137 .................... .............. 5 2 Pyle, Russ 137 ................ ......... 5 2,96 Pytllk, Helga 147 ........ ....... 72 ,117 9 Quackenbush, Craig 117 .....,.... 32,155 Quigley, Bonnie 147..72,117,160,161 Quigley, Donna 117 ............ 32,109,118 Quigley, T. J. 147 ............................ 72 Qulroz, Mark 147 Qulroz, Pete 127 Raasch, Connie 147 ........72,111,114,115,135,137 Raasch, Linda 127 ...... 42,115,120,135 Rabe, Judlth A. 117 .......... 32,104,134 Radostl, Lenore 117 .......... 32,118,130 Radtke, Mary Lou 127 Rather, William 127 ........................ 42 Ralchert, Beverly J. 117..32,117,160 Ralchert, Ronald 147 Raines, Ray R. 117 ...................... 32.90 Ramirez, Manuel 127 Randell, Herb 147 Pearson, Janet 147 ............ 72,106,111 Peck, Patty 117 ............................ 27,32 Pedersen, Joan 137 ,.... . ...... 52,106,117 Peeke, Richard 127 .................... 42.168 Peery, Jim 147 ........72,121,122,137,147.166.170 Peery, Pelfer, Sharon 127 .....,........ 42,120,135 Eddie 127 ...,.................... 42.168 Joseph F. 117 .......... 32.88.90 Ranger, Pete 127 Rascher, Richard 137 ................,....... 52 Pennington, Lee 127 Pennington, Sharon A. 117 ............ 32 Rask, Dale 127 .................................... 42 Rasmussen, Babs 137..52,114,115,138 Rasmussen, Don 147 ........................ 72 Ratelke, Calvin 117 .................... 32,104 Ratelke, Charles 117 ....................,... 32 Raupp, Danlel 137 .............. 52,155,167 RawlFngs, Bettejane 147 ....... .. ....... 72 Rayner, Betsy A. 117 .......... 27.32.160 Read, Blll'137 ........................ 52.96.168 Read, Prlscllla 117 .......................... 32 Reckamp, Robert 127 ...................... 42 Reckwerdt, Melanie 127 .......... 42,122 Reed, T. David 117 ................. .. ....... 32 Reel, Dlane 127 ................................ 42 Reeves, Trllla Ann 127 ............ 42,121 Rehm, Carol 137 ................................ 52 Relchard, Phyllss 137..52,96,135,160 O' Connell, Michael 117 ........ 32,95,149 Moudry, Kenneth 127 .................... 165 Moylan, Sharon 117 .................. 32.118 Mueller, Cindy 117 ........... ........... 32 Mueller, Dwayne 147 ..... .. ....... 71 Mueller, Jeanette 127 Mueller, Joyoe 147 ............. ........ 7 1 Mueller, Kenneth 127 O'Day, Tina 137 ............... . ................ 51 Oehlerklng, Bruce 137 ................ 51.96 O'Gorman, Pat 137 .................... 51,104 O'Gorman, Tim 117 .................. 32,149 O'Grady, John 127 .......... ............ 4 1 Ohrem, LaVerne 27 Oja, Carol 127 ............ ............ 4 1,151 Oldaker, Bill 137 ........................ 51,114 Oldham, James 117 ............ 32,104,116 Olsen, Sally 117. .......... ...32,86,95,117 Olson, Adrienne 127 .... 41,101,115,151 Olson, Hazel, M. 117 ................ 32,160 Olson, Jerry 137 ...................... 47,51,87 Olson, Joyce 147 ...... 57,72,94,103,106 Olson, Mary Ann 117 ................ 32.118 Olson, Roger 117 ............... ................. 3 2 Olszewski, Bernie 117 ...................,.. 32 O'Marro, Judith 127 ........................ 41 Omer, Janet 127 ................................ 96 O'Nell, Bob 137 .................. 51,147,168 Relghard, Jeanne 127 ...................... 42 Relll , Sandy 137 Reinke, Guenther 147 ........ 72,112,166 Reynolds, Grace 117 ........ ............. Rezner, Tom 127 ......... Rlce, Dennis 117 ......... QJWFURQUFUZU 00 mmm 5555555 rriomm f'3'f'lEEpq5 F " 91? 'fl H4033 5255355 35.25595 Pwr' ia!! P47-5 BNHS 533 is se . ......... 32,91 Rich, Dianne 127 .......... .................. 4 2 Perkins, John E. 117 ...................... 32 Perricone, Ralph 127 ...................... 42 Perz, Lois 127 .................................... 42 Peters, Jeff 117 .......................... 32,119 Peters, Paul A. 137 .......................... 52 Peters, Susan 117 .......... 32,88,119,130 Petersen, Diana 147 ........... ,............ 72 Petersen, Dotty 137 .......................... 52 Petersen, Jim 117 .............................. 32 Petersen, John 147 ........ 57,72,86,103, 121,122,124,131,132,133,134,13'7 Petersen Lee Ann 117 ...................... 32 Peterson, Ann D. 117 ................ 32,118 Peterson, Fred 127 .................... 42,167 Peterson, Ken G. 117 ................ 32,86 Peterson, Lynda 137 ........................ 52 Peterson, Roy 127 Peterson, Sandra 137 .... 47,52,115,151 Peterson, Stanley 137 Petkus, Joan 137 ........ 52,114,135,141 Petrie, Jlm 137 .................................. 72 Petroslno, Tom R. 117..32,85,119,149 Petry, Judy E. 117 ............................ 32 Petterson, Roy 137 .......................... 52 Pfeiffer, Sylvia 137 ........52,92,96,132,133,139 Pfluger, Bernice 137 Phelan, Chuck 127 ............ 42,146,154 Phillips, Alan 127 Phillips, Darryl H. 117 ..., 32,151,156 Phillips, Lynn 127 ............................ 42 Phillips, Phyllis 137 ........................ 52 Rlch, Don 137 ....................... .. ........... 52 Richards, Bonnie 147 ........................ 72 Richardson, June Marie 147 ....-..... 72 Richardson, Ron 127 ...................... 121 Rlchert, Beverly 117 ...................... 109 Richeson, Donald 117 ..... ........ Richter, Allen 137 ................ ......... 1 13 I77 Mueller, Paul 127 .............,.............. 41 M ll Rlhrd117 51 127 136 ue er, c a ....... Muhly, Barbara 137 ..... , , Mukahlrn, Patricia 127 Mukahlrn, Audrey 117 ............ 32,153 Neumann, Charles 137, ....... ...... 5 1,147 Mulligan, Russell 117 ............... .. ..... Muran, Sara 17 ................ ......., 5 1 Murphy, Sharon 147 ------ .. ....... .71 Murray, John 147 ........... ........ 71 Murray, Judy 147 ............ ........ 7 1 Murray, Peggy 127 Muscla, Christine 137. .,.-.-.-. ----.A-A 5 1 Muscla, Donna 117 ............ ........ 3 2 Mutti, Jack 117 ..,............. .....,... 32 Myers, Claudette 117 Myers, Walter 137 ................ ............ 5 1 Myers, Warren 127 ........37,41,122,165,180 Myk, Catherine 137 ........................ 120 Myk, Wayne 137 N Nabb, Doug 127 ..,...,. ............ 4 1,156 Nagle, Pam 117 ..... .. .................., 32,118 Nash, Mike 127 ................., 45,148,154 Nau, Kenneth 147 ...................... 71,112 Naumes, Janet 117 ....-.... ...---....------ 32 Naylor, Dave 127 ........... .............. 1 68 Naylor, Ginny 117 ....................... 27,32 Neal, Frederick 117 Nearhood, Dolores 137 ............ 51,115 Nehf, Jesse 137 ............................ 51,147 Nelson, Barbara R. 117 ..........., 32,118 Nelson, Donna 127 ..,.,,..,... 41,120,135 Nelson, Ellen 137 .............................. 51 Nelson, Jay 137 ............... .,.............. 5 1 Nelson, Karen 127 ...................... 41,110 Nelson, Lois 147 ........................ 71,135 Nelson, Marilyn 127 ..,.....37,41,115,132,133,139 Nelson, Mlke 127 ..................,..... 41.159 Nelson, Nancy 127 ............................ 41 Nelson, Pat 127 ............... ...,.... 4 1 Nelson, Ron 117 .................. ........ 32 Nelson, Suzanne 127 ........... ...... ...96 Neubauer, Gregg 137 .....l................ 51 Neubaum, Herb 127 .....................,.... 41 Neumaxm, Conrad 117 ...... 32,89,90,93 Neurauter, Blll 137 ............................ 51 Newcomb, Gordy 137 ...................... 158 O'Nell, Bruce 117 .................... 32,9O,91 O'Nell, Corlnne 117 .... 32,109,118,130 Oplt, Joanne 147 ........................ 72,120 Opsahl, George 137 ............................ 51 Opsahl, Randi 147 ....... ..... ..... 7 2 ,134 Orgler, Sandy 127 ............................ 121 Orlick, Leslie 117 .............................. 32 Ortiz, Jose 117 .................... 32,146,156 Ortlz, Marla 137 Oscarson, Carolee 127 .................... 41 Osterberg, Jean 127 Ostos, Alan 117 .................................. 32 Ostrom, June 127 ............................., 41 Owen, Buzz 127 .........,.,...... 41,148,156 Owen, Jane 147 ........72,94,111,114,116,120,137 Owen, Nancy 127 ................ 94,120,135 P Pacelll, Jim 137 ................. .......... 5 1 Page, Bernadine 137 ....... .......... 5 1 Page, Jim 137 .....,............ .......... 5 1 Page, Sheila 117 ...,.,......... .......... 32 Pagnac, Kenneth 127 Palermo, Nancy 127 .......................... 41 Palluck, Mary E. 117 Palmer, Bill J. 117 .................... 32.159 Palmer, David 127 .....,...,.. 41,146,168 Palmer, Dlck 117 .............,........., 32,155 Palmer, Florence 127 ........ 41,115,120 Palmer, James 117 ...................... 32,95 Palmer, Janice 137 ............ 51,109,121 Palmer, Sharon 127 ....... ................... 4 2 Palomo, Armando 117 ..... ,..32,146,155 Palublcki, Marge M. 117 .......... 32.88 Panek, John 147 Panek, Ronna 127 ........42,94,115,135,151 Metz, Evelyn 117 ................................ 31 Metz, Joanne 127 ........ 41,120,135,136 Metz, Lana 117 .................................... 31 Mewboum, Shlrley 137 Meyer. Connie 117 ........ 31.88.108.109 Meyer, Frank 137 ............................ 51 Meyer, Helen 137 .............................. 51 Meyer, Jackie 117 ............................., 31 Meyer, Karen 137 .......... 47.51.106.1'78 Meyer. Marvin 147 ................---- 71.137 Meyer, Robert 127 Meyer, Roger 147 .......,............ 71.86.87 Meyer, Tony 137 .......... ........... 5 1.145 Meyer, Wayne 127 ......... ....... 4 1.122 Meyers, Erlc 127 ............. ....... 4 1.156 Meyers, Richard 127 ................ 41.156 Michaels, Beth 117. ................... 31,118 Michaels, Judith 137 .......... 51,122,123 Mlchels, Sylvia 117 .l........... ............. 3 1 Michelson. Judy 137 ........................ 51 Mlchgelson, James 127 .................... 41 Middleton, Kenneth 117 ........31,88,104,155 Mlelke, Martin 137 ............................ 51 Mlhalek, Judy 137 ...................,, . ...... 51 Mllazzo, Kathleen 127 ....... ......- 4 1 Mllbratz, Bud 127 Miller, Blll 137 Miller, Blll A. 117 ..,........ .....,, 3 1,155 Miller, Dolores 147 .... ..... ....... 7 1 .160 Miller, Donald 117 .......... .........-. 3 1 Miller, Jackie 137 Miller, Jerrllynn 117 ................ 31.118 Miller, Joe 127 .................................- 41 Miller John 127 ........37.41,8'7,148,154,167 Miller, Kathy 147 .,...... 57,71.122,141 Miller, Krls 147 .................... 71.86.150 Miller, Leroy 137 ........ ...................... 5 1 Miller, Maryann 117 .................. 31,118 Miller, Molllsue 127 ......,................. 41 Miller, Nancy 137 ........... ............ . ...... 5 1 Miller, Peggy 117 ................ 31,104,160 Miller, Richard 137 ................,......... 51 Miller, Robert A. 117 ........27.31,89.91,93 Miller, Sue 127 ............................ 41.120 Mlller, Terry 117 ..........,..... 31,119,149 Mlller, Tom 117 .......... .................. 3 1 Mllls, Charles 117 ..................... 31.159 Mllls, Pat 137 ........................ 51.96.114 Mllman, Ralph 137 ......,...,............... 51 Miner, Jan 117 ,... . ....................... 31,119 Mlnettl, Toni 137 ......,......... 51,115,121 Mlnlkel, Jlm 117 .......................... 31,151 Mitchell, Andy 147 ............................ '71 Mitchell, Bonnie 147 ......... ......, 71 Mitchell, Eddie 117 ........ ....... 3 1 Mitchell, Kathie 137 Mitchell, Shari 127 ............................ 41 Mitchell, Tim 117 ...................... 31.149 Mitchell Wallace 127 Mlttelsteadt, Jerome 117..31,119,136 Menus, cami 127 .......... 41,94,11e,1as Mockenhaupt, John 137 .................. 51 Modjeske, Jeanne 137 ...... 51,109,120 Moehllng, Dean 117 .......................... 31 Moehllng, Ed 147 .............. 71,141,163 Moehllng, Gene 117 .......,.................. 31 Moehllng, Judy 147 .....................,.... 71 Moehllng, Sandra Lee 127 ...... 41,116 Newhard, John 117 .... 32,119,146,155 Newman, Russell 127 ...... .............. 1 67 Nichols, Bill 127 Nlckelson, Dick 147 .... 71,122,147,170 Niebur, Lorraine Edith 147 .......... 71 Niemann, Dennis 137 ................ 51,158 Nlemann, Herbert J, 117 ................ 32 Niemeyer, Shirley 117 ............ 32,109 Nilson, Clara 117 Nilson, Darlene 137 .......................... 51 Nlmmer, John 147 .................... 71,131 Nlms, Dave 127 Nlnde, William 117. ........... 32,116,119 Nlnnemann, Charles 127 ............ 41,90 Peluso, Raup , Roger M. 117 ...................... 32 Moellentlne, Lonny 127 ............ 41,116 Moeller, Denis 127 ....................,....... 41 Mogren, Vickie 147 ............ 57,71,152 Moldenhauer, Arthur 137 Molenkamp, Kurt 127 Molltor, John 147 .,.... ......... ....... 71 Mollenkams, Jan 127 Monjeau, haron 147 ....... .,.,....... 71 Moore, Charlotte 127 ................ 41.135 Moore, David 117 ............... ........... 3 1 Moore, Lelgh 137 ............. ....... 5 1,147 Moore, Nancy 137 ........ ........... 5 1,160 Moore, Prlscllla 127 ........................, .41 Moore, Sally 147. ............. 71,8O,94.141 Moore, Terry 117 .............................. 32 Morand, Richard 147 Moravec, Leonard 117 ...................... 32 Moravec, Ralph 137 ........................ 51 Moreland, Gary 137 .... 51,135,158,170 Moreland, Merlgall 127 .................. 41 Morgan, Art 137 ................................ 51 Morgan, Sharon 117 ........ ........... 32 Moritz, Dan 117 ............... - ................. 32 Morlock, Joanne 117 ................ 32,111 Morris, Chuck 137 .......... ......,.... 5 1 Morris, Jlm 137 ............ ....... 71 Morrison, Sue 127 Morrow, Bill 117 ................................ 32 Mors, Bill 137 Mors, Bob 147..71,103,147,153,168,17O Morton. Gary 117 .......................... 32.88 Moses, Don 137 ........................... 51,167 Moslman, Frederick 127 .................. 41 Motlsl, Peter 127 ................ 41,148,156 Mott, Tom 117 ....... ........ . 32,88,118,119 Nlnnow, Tom 137 .............................. 51 Noble, John 127 ....... .. ....................... 41 Nolte, Floyd 147 ........................ 71,113 Nordtvedt, Don 137 .................. 51,145 Norman, Judith A. 117 ............ 32,118 North, Barry 147 ................................ 71 North, Larry 147 .............. ....... 7 1 N P 2 . ..41 96 orton, aul17 ........... ...If , N ttk , Ji E 117 32 o e m . ................ ........... . Novacek Robert 127 Noveno, ' Donna Marie 117 .............. 32 Nowak, Beverly 127 Nyblln, Arthur 127 ............ 41,148,167 Nygard, Rlggie, 147 .................. 72,112 O Oakley, Audre4y 137 ........................ 51 Oberg, John 1 7 .................. 72,166,170 O'Brlen, Bill 127 ................................ 41 O'Brlen, Pat 117. ......................... 32.86 Ocasek, Jeanne 137 ......... .51, 124 , 151 O'Connel1, Mary 137 ................ 51,106 Panza, Ken 127 ............................ 42,107 Panzer, Dorothy 147 .....,.................. 72 Papenthlen, Judith M. 117 ...... 32,106 Parcell, Kathy J, 117. ............. 32,118 Parillo, Don A. 117 .......................,.... 32 Paris, Beth A. 117 ........ 32.88.108,109 Parke, Pat 137 .................................... 51 Parker, Lynn 127 .............. . ,...... 42,108 Parkin, John 137 ................................ 52 Parnell, Lyle 127 ........ ............. 4 2 Parson, Dick 127 ........................ 42,156 Parson, Nancy 137 ............................ 52 Passmore, Rich 127 .... 42,148,154,167 Pastor, Pat 137 .................,.......... 52,122 Pasvogel, Sally 147 ................. .....72,81 Pate, Dwight 137 ........... .......... 5 2.163 Pate, Jerry 137 Pate, Marcia 117 ........................ 32,106 Paterson, Ross 137 ......... ...... ......... 52 Patton, Roger 117 ...................... 32,118 Patzke, John 127 .......... Paul, Richard 127 ......,... Pauls, Judie 127 ..,. ....... . Paulson, Kenn 147 ..,..............,.,........ 72 Pauly, Joan M, 137 .................... 52,160 Payne, Gammon 127 ................ 42,148 Peacock, Earl E. 117 ......... Peak, Lynda 127 .32, 146,155 Pearne, Penny 147 .....,.,............ 72.131 Phillips, Warren 137 ........ 52,168,170 Pleper, Kenneth Robert 117..32.159 Plnckney, Phil 127 Plnkham, Jerry 127 .................. 42,156 Plnkos, Ricky 127 .............................. 42 Plpkin, Penny 137 ............ .. ........ 52,120 Pitt, Carolyn 147 ........... .. .......... .. ..... 72 Plambeck, Richard 137 ........52 92,116,145,165,180 Plymale, Susan C. 117 ............ 32,118 Pokuta, Wayne 127 , Pollard, Jerry 137 Polluck, Mary F. 117 ........................ 32 Poole, Bonnie 147 ............................ 72 Poole, Georgene 117 .................. 32,118 Popp, Alvln 147 .......................... 72,122 Popp, Carl 147 .................. 72,8O,94,114 Popp, Theona C. 117. ......... ............32 Posselt, Robin 137 ............ 52,104,122 Poterackl, Georgia 127 .................... 42 Potter, Jerry 147 Potts. Caren 137 ........................ 52,122 Powell, Gale 147 ................................ 72 Powell, Joyce 127 ...................... 42.120 Powell, Sandy 147..57,72,115,137,152 Poznan, John 127 .............................. 4 2 Prahl, Karen 137 ........ 52,114,122,123 Pratt, Jeff 137 ............................ 52,167 Preclllo, Sara 127 ........ 42,94,115.135 Prenner, Mary 127 . ........37,42,94,135,1I5,151 Prenzler, Robert 127 Price, David 117 ................,. 32,146,159 Price, Dlane 147 ................................ 72 Prigge, Pam 147 Prouty, Robert 127 ........................ 156 Pruyn, Barbara 127 .......................... 42 Pruyn, Don 147 Pulley, Georgia 127 .... 42,110,115,120 Purvis, Alan 137 ................................ 52 Putz, Hermlne K. 117 .............. 32,108 Putz, Joe 137 .................... .............. 5 2 Pyle, Russ 137 ................ ......... 5 2,96 Pytllk, Helga 147 ........ ....... 72 ,117 9 Quackenbush, Craig 117 .....,.... 32,155 Quigley, Bonnie 147..72,117,160,161 Quigley, Donna 117 ............ 32,109,118 Quigley, T. J. 147 ............................ 72 Qulroz, Mark 147 Qulroz, Pete 127 Raasch, Connie 147 ........72,111,114,115,135,137 Raasch, Linda 127 ...... 42,115,120,135 Rabe, Judlth A. 117 .......... 32,104,134 Radostl, Lenore 117 .......... 32,118,130 Radtke, Mary Lou 127 Rather, William 127 ........................ 42 Ralchert, Beverly J. 117..32,117,160 Ralchert, Ronald 147 Raines, Ray R. 117 ...................... 32.90 Ramirez, Manuel 127 Randell, Herb 147 Pearson, Janet 147 ............ 72,106,111 Peck, Patty 117 ............................ 27,32 Pedersen, Joan 137 ,.... . ...... 52,106,117 Peeke, Richard 127 .................... 42.168 Peery, Jim 147 ........72,121,122,137,147.166.170 Peery, Pelfer, Sharon 127 .....,........ 42,120,135 Eddie 127 ...,.................... 42.168 Joseph F. 117 .......... 32.88.90 Ranger, Pete 127 Rascher, Richard 137 ................,....... 52 Pennington, Lee 127 Pennington, Sharon A. 117 ............ 32 Rask, Dale 127 .................................... 42 Rasmussen, Babs 137..52,114,115,138 Rasmussen, Don 147 ........................ 72 Ratelke, Calvin 117 .................... 32,104 Ratelke, Charles 117 ....................,... 32 Raupp, Danlel 137 .............. 52,155,167 RawlFngs, Bettejane 147 ....... .. ....... 72 Rayner, Betsy A. 117 .......... 27.32.160 Read, Blll'137 ........................ 52.96.168 Read, Prlscllla 117 .......................... 32 Reckamp, Robert 127 ...................... 42 Reckwerdt, Melanie 127 .......... 42,122 Reed, T. David 117 ................. .. ....... 32 Reel, Dlane 127 ................................ 42 Reeves, Trllla Ann 127 ............ 42,121 Rehm, Carol 137 ................................ 52 Relchard, Phyllss 137..52,96,135,160 O' Connell, Michael 117 ........ 32,95,149 Moudry, Kenneth 127 .................... 165 Moylan, Sharon 117 .................. 32.118 Mueller, Cindy 117 ........... ........... 32 Mueller, Dwayne 147 ..... .. ....... 71 Mueller, Jeanette 127 Mueller, Joyoe 147 ............. ........ 7 1 Mueller, Kenneth 127 O'Day, Tina 137 ............... . ................ 51 Oehlerklng, Bruce 137 ................ 51.96 O'Gorman, Pat 137 .................... 51,104 O'Gorman, Tim 117 .................. 32,149 O'Grady, John 127 .......... ............ 4 1 Ohrem, LaVerne 27 Oja, Carol 127 ............ ............ 4 1,151 Oldaker, Bill 137 ........................ 51,114 Oldham, James 117 ............ 32,104,116 Olsen, Sally 117. .......... ...32,86,95,117 Olson, Adrienne 127 .... 41,101,115,151 Olson, Hazel, M. 117 ................ 32,160 Olson, Jerry 137 ...................... 47,51,87 Olson, Joyce 147 ...... 57,72,94,103,106 Olson, Mary Ann 117 ................ 32.118 Olson, Roger 117 ............... ................. 3 2 Olszewski, Bernie 117 ...................,.. 32 O'Marro, Judith 127 ........................ 41 Omer, Janet 127 ................................ 96 O'Nell, Bob 137 .................. 51,147,168 Relghard, Jeanne 127 ...................... 42 Relll , Sandy 137 Reinke, Guenther 147 ........ 72,112,166 Reynolds, Grace 117 ........ ............. Rezner, Tom 127 ......... Rlce, Dennis 117 ......... QJWFURQUFUZU 00 mmm 5555555 rriomm f'3'f'lEEpq5 F " 91? 'fl H4033 5255355 35.25595 Pwr' ia!! P47-5 BNHS 533 is se . ......... 32,91 Rich, Dianne 127 .......... .................. 4 2 Perkins, John E. 117 ...................... 32 Perricone, Ralph 127 ...................... 42 Perz, Lois 127 .................................... 42 Peters, Jeff 117 .......................... 32,119 Peters, Paul A. 137 .......................... 52 Peters, Susan 117 .......... 32,88,119,130 Petersen, Diana 147 ........... ,............ 72 Petersen, Dotty 137 .......................... 52 Petersen, Jim 117 .............................. 32 Petersen, John 147 ........ 57,72,86,103, 121,122,124,131,132,133,134,13'7 Petersen Lee Ann 117 ...................... 32 Peterson, Ann D. 117 ................ 32,118 Peterson, Fred 127 .................... 42,167 Peterson, Ken G. 117 ................ 32,86 Peterson, Lynda 137 ........................ 52 Peterson, Roy 127 Peterson, Sandra 137 .... 47,52,115,151 Peterson, Stanley 137 Petkus, Joan 137 ........ 52,114,135,141 Petrie, Jlm 137 .................................. 72 Petroslno, Tom R. 117..32,85,119,149 Petry, Judy E. 117 ............................ 32 Petterson, Roy 137 .......................... 52 Pfeiffer, Sylvia 137 ........52,92,96,132,133,139 Pfluger, Bernice 137 Phelan, Chuck 127 ............ 42,146,154 Phillips, Alan 127 Phillips, Darryl H. 117 ..., 32,151,156 Phillips, Lynn 127 ............................ 42 Phillips, Phyllis 137 ........................ 52 Rlch, Don 137 ....................... .. ........... 52 Richards, Bonnie 147 ........................ 72 Richardson, June Marie 147 ....-..... 72 Richardson, Ron 127 ...................... 121 Rlchert, Beverly 117 ...................... 109 Richeson, Donald 117 ..... ........ Richter, Allen 137 ................ ......... 1 13 I77 Starnes, David 141 ........ 76,92,93,134, Richter, Bill 131 .......... 52,165,170,18O Rlchter, Frances 131 ........................ 52 Richfort, Tom 111 ......................,...,. 32 Riemer, Donald 111 .................... 32,95 Rlemer, Emily 131 ........... ....... ........ ..95 Rightmlre, Janet 121 ...................... 42 Riley, Dan 141 ............,............... 72,113 Rlley, Laurie 141..72.122,123.133,151 Rlnaldl, Danlta Marie 141 ............ 72 Rlnk, Maureen 111 ........... ... ......... .....32 Ripley, David 121 ...................... 42,154 Rlstow, Nancy 111 .................... 32,109 Rltchle, Ann 131 ........,......... 52,121,135 Rltzenthaler, Kathie 111 ...............v 32 Rltzma, Robert 141 .................... 72.113 Rlzlcka, Rosemary 121 ...... 42,120,135 Rothenbach, Don 131 Roach, William 131 ................. ......... 5 2 Roberts, Sheila 131 ....... ............... 5 2 Roberts, Tom 131 ............................., 52 Robertson, Neil 121 .......................... 42 Robinson, Bonnie 121 ........ 42.94.110 Robinson, Richard 141 .......... 72,91,92 Rocco, Carol 121 ................................ 42 Rodewald, Lynn 131 .......... 52,104,109 Rodrlquez, Ernesto 141 ..,......... 72,170 Roeck, Frances 111 .......................... 32 Roeck, Fred 131 ......... ....,.................... 5 2 Roedell, Beth 111 .....,.... 27,1-12,109,118 Roeske, Barbara 131 ........................ 52 Roeske, Carole 131 .................... 52,139 Roeske, Judith 111 ......... ........ 32 ,118 Roeske, Rodman 131 ......... ..........., 9 0 Roesler, Leonard 131 ........................ 52 Rogers, Jeff 111 .... .. .................. 32,155 Rogozinskl, Jan 131 ........52,132,133,134,145 Rohlfing, Joan 111 ............................ 32 Rolfs, Deanna 131 ..................,......... 52 Rolfs, Judy 121 ................ ........ 4 2 Roller, Ralph 121 ........ ........,. 1 68 Roney, Curtis 121 ............................ 156 Rooney, Dennls 111. ................... 32,89 Roosen, Bob 121 . ....... 42,104,121,132,133,168 Roosen, Wllllam 141 .... 72,116,122,134 Roozee, Jim 111 ............................ 32.91 Rosa, Judy 131. ................,..............,. 86 Rosa, Susan 131 .......... 47,52,86,87,109 Rosanova, Cynthia 111. .............,..... 32 .72,147, 170 Rose, Greg 141 ................... Rose, Marilyn 121 .............. 42,115,120 Rose, Victor 121 .......,........ 42,121,167 Rosenblatt, Ed 121 .................... 42,104 Rosene, Roger 131 ............ 52,107,155 Sypnlewski, Edward R. 111..33,155 Rothenberger, Dale 131 ,-.. 52,147,168 Rothenberger, Loralee 111 ............ 32 Rousseau, Roy 131 ............................ 52 Rowe, Carol 121 .................... ........ 4 2 Rowland, Kathleen 121 .....,.........l 110 Royer, Pat 111 ....,.v........l........,........... 32 Rozek, Jim 131 ...........,...................... 52 Ruckoldt, Dennls 111 .,.........,...... 32,91 Ruckoldt, Judith 141 ..........,.,........... 75 Rudd, Glenys 121 ................ 42,114,139 Rudge, Jeffrey 111 ..... ........ ............. 3 2 Rudolph, Brenda 141 ........57,75,122,123,133.151 Rudolph, Deck 131 ............................ 52 Rudolph, Don 111 ....,,...................,.... 32 Ruhnow, Michael 111 ........,.,.,..... 32,91 Rumpf, Mary 131 .........., ..........,. 5 2 Rumrey, Roger 121 ......,. .......,.,..... 4 2 Rush, Charles 131 .,..... ......,. 5 2.105 Rush, John 111 .......... ........... 3 2,155 Russ, Jack 141 ....................,.,.......,...., 75 Russell, Bob 121 ..,....,................ 42,159 Russell, Suzann 121 ,....... 42,96,99,115 Russow, Bob 121 ..... ....,...,..,.,.....,..,.... 4 2 Ryan, Barbara 111 ................ 32,88.118 Ryan, Bob 111 ...,........ ...,..,..,... 3 2,86 Ryan, John 111 ......... ..........,.... 3 2 Ryan, Judith 141 ....... ...............,,. 7 5 Ryan, Lmda 141 .................... 75,96,111 Ryan, Ryan, Terry 131 .,,..,...... 52,88,12O,136 Rydberg, Nancy 121 ..,. 37,42,115,151 Rydberg, Wayne 141 ........75,86,121,122,168 Ryg, Jimmy 111 .....,..,. Ryg, Lois 131 ............,,.....,.......... 52,120 Sharron 111 .........,.................. 32 ................32,119 Sasse. Alwin 131 ........................ 52,147 Saunders, Marsha 111 ........32,88,118,130,136 Sawyer, Bob 121 .............................. 121 Sawyer, George 131 ...... 52,92,11Y7,122 Sayre, Bill 111 ..............,............. 32,159 Sayre, Jim 131 ................,..,.... 47,52,92 Sbarbaro, Bob 131 .,............ 52,163,170 Scamehom, Pat 121 ............... . ,......... 42 Scanlon, Eddie 111 ...............,............ 33 Sainlon, Sharon 111 .......,.......... 33,118 Schaefer, Deana 131 ..v....................... 52 Schaefer, Gerald 111 .............,.......... 33 Schaefer, Jane 121 ................ 42.86.116 Schaefer, Norman 111 ...................... 33 Schaefer, Ronald 121 ......................., 42 Schaefer, Ronald 141 .......- 75,113,167 Schall, Charles 141 .............v.............. 75 Schamne, Gloria 141 .............,.......... 75 Schanmier, Daniel 111 ..v..............,.. 33 Schanmier, Donna 131 ..................,... 53 Scharringhausen, Carl 131 ...... 52,112 Donna 141..75,122 Scharrlnghausen, Scharringhausen, Kay 111 ....,..,..,, 33 Scharringhausen, Larry 131 Scharringhausen, Myrna 131 .....,., 135 Schauffler, Barbara J. 111 ..,... 33,134 Scheffer, Steve 121 .................... 42,165 Schell, Jean M. 111 .............. 33.85.130 Scherrer, Kathleen D. 121 ...... 42,106 Schiel, Skip 131 ..,...... .....,..............,.vv. 5 2 Schielie, Dennis 121 ............., ......... 4 2 Schiller, Judith 111 .,........ .......... 1 18 Schilling, Alan W. 121 .....,.. .......,. 4 2 Schlndlar, George F. 121 Schindler, Janet 121 ...............,.. 42,120 Schlau, Kathy M. 111 .....,.......... 33.130 Schlau, Elaine 141 ,...............,.,.,. 75,121 Schmelchel, Daniel 131 .................... 52 Schmick, Barbara 121 .......... ......... 42 Schmidt, Ella Mae 111 ..l..... ......... 33 Schmidt, Glenn C. 111 .....,.... l...... . .33 Schmidt, Judy 141 ............ ......... 7 5 Schmidt, Lois 121 .............. .....,... 4 2 Schmidt, Pat A. 111 .....,.,............,... 33 Schrnidt, Richard 131 ...................... 52 Schmidt, Shirley 121 ............,... 42,117 Schmidt, Susan 111 ...... 33,86,109.118 Schmidt, Wayne 141' ......v........... 75,112 Schmoell, Dorothy 111 .................... 33 Schmoyer, Judy 131 ........52,98,115,125,151 Schneberger, Linda A. 111 ........33,85.152 Schneck, Dean 141 .... 75,147,168,170 Schneck, Dennis 121 .... 42,148,156,168 Schneider, Pat 131 .................... 96,104 Schneider, Rita M. 111 ..,........... 33,95 Schoen, Tom 131 ..,............. ......... 5 2 Schoenbeck. Joy 131 Schoenfeld, Carol 131 ........................ 52 Schoepke, Bob 131 ..,................... 52,158 Schons, Dorothy A. 111 .....,...,,, 33,118 Schordje, Carol 121 Sedlak, Steve 131 ......................,. 53,93 Seegers, Carol 121 ...................... 42,120 Seelenbinder, Terry 111 .......,.....,..,, 33 Seestedt, Henry 111 .................. 33,155 Seffens, Grace 131 ....... .47,53,109,122 Sellers, Kathy 111 .....,..... . .......... 33,130 Selik, Bob 121 Selman, David 121 ...... 42,116.131,168 Sender, Fred 121 .............................. 42 Senne, Gloria 141 ...... ........................ 75 Senne, Judy 121 ............,. ......... 4 2,110 Serbin, Wayne 131 ........ ......... 53 ,121 Setlid, Bob 121 ............. ............. 4 2 Setlik, Nancy 111 .......... ......,,, 33 Setzer, John 131 ................ ............. 53 Severson, Carol 111 ......... ....... 33 ,88 Seward, Sherry 121 Seward, Thomas 141 ........ ........... 1 58 Seyler, Al 131 ..........,.......,.,..,.,..,. 53,147 Shanley, Eleanor 131 .......... 53,933,108 Shannon, Mike 131 .....,.,.,,,..,.,,,, 53,133 Shaughnessy, Dave Shaughnessy, Lynn Shaw, 121 ............ 42,168 121 ........,......,,. 42 James 111 .......... ...................... 33 Shaw, Jim 111 ............,,,,,..,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 33 Shaw, Ken 141 ........... ....... 7 5,94,163 Shaw, Philip 131 ,,,,.,, ,,,,.,,.,.,,,,,,,, 1 48 Shaw, Sandy 111 ..................,.,,,,,,,,,,,, 33 Shea, Tom 111 .,...,.,,,.,,,.,.,,,,,,,,,,,,, 33,91 Shean, Donna 111 .......... 33,86,106,130 Sheets, Steph 131 ........................ 53,114 Shell, Larry 131 ...........,,,.,,,.,,,.,,,,,,,,, 53 Sherman, Jim 131..53,92,131,132,133 Shervey, Pat 121 ..............,.,... 37.42.115 Sherwood, Jim 131 ........,........... 53,111 Sh1ley, John 111 ..................., 3a,95,155 Shipman, Fred 121 .............,.,,.,, 42,148 Shogren, Sue 131 .............. 53,88,92,115 Shriver, Bob 141 ......,,..,,,,,,, ,,,,,,, 7 5,163 Shulse, Mary Jane 141 ........ 57,75,139 Shultz, Lebert 121 ..,,.,.....,,,.,,,,,,,,,., 148 Shumaker, Edward 141 I ........ 75,135,160,170 Sibxlski, Katherine 111 ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 133 Sieben, Gerri 141 .,.....,.,,,,,,,,,,, 75,96,99 Siebert, Karen 121 ,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 42 Siech, Barb 131 .....,.,,,,,., ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 5 3 Siemro, Donna 141 ,,,.,,.,,,,,,,,, 75,8836 Sletmann, Rick 111 ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 33 Silver, Leslie 121 ........42,94,115,121,135,151 Spencer, James L. 121 ............ 42,154 Spicer, Kay 131 ....... .. ....,......,.,.....,..., .53 Splczak, John 131 ..........,......,,..., ..... 53 Spiczak, Sandra J. 111 ......,............. 33 Spinello, Jim J. 111. ..,...,............ 33,88 Spltler, Phil 121 ..............,.............,.., 42 Splitberger, Joan 131 ...................... 53 Spomer, William R. 121..42,154,165 Stach, Virginia 131 .......................... 53 Stade, Jim 141 ............,....,., 46,111,112 Stadell, Lynn 131 .................. 47,53,151 Stadnick, Shirley 131 Stafford, Margie 131 .......,................ 53 Staples, John 141 ............ 76,92,93.134 Staral, Chuck H. 111 .................. 33,89 Stark, Judy 121 ......... ................. 4 2,106 Simmonds, Alice 111 ,,,,,,,,,,.,,,,, 33,136 Stasuk, Michael 131 Stavros, Anthony 121 ........148,168,169.170 Steegstra, David A. Steelo, Virginia L. Stefanik, Charlene 1 Stefanlk, Kathy A. 111 .....,............ 33 111 ............ 33,118 21 .................... 42 111 .................. 33 Steffes, Helen 121 ............................ 42 Stehman, Barbara Steichmann, Andy 141 .... 76,116,122 121 .................... 42 Steiger, Llanne 141 ........................ 176 Stiger, Peter 121 .....v........................ 42 Steil, Bette Jane 12 1 ........ 42,110,120 VND!!! FYFYCF' mmm 55: Q99 59,361 ruU'0 '-HDS . Fm cn 59 'Dai :mf f-A5 Sta E E3 E E H : : 1- : : 1-4 E i-lr-4 : ,me E915 : H: 3589 U1 FY 0 va ::' su P FU o o' Q Il S L N . I-4 ES lb' Stephan, Thomas 111 Stephens, Edward 1 Sterba, John M. 121 Sterbenz, Barbara Ellen 111 ......... Sterbenz, Richard G. Sternal, Jud 131 ........................... Sternberg, garol 11 21 ........, , ,,.... 38 A F5 Y 3 UIUIMUJUZUJUIUIUHIJUJUIUJ eaegggggassss Eninmaggiiiaa :Win woo was ' 2 P' -2395. 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Stolley, Juanita 131 .......................... 52 Schramm, Lee 121 ....,,...................,.,.. 42 Schreiber, Dave 131 ..............,........... 52 Schroeder, Bob 141 ........ 75,92,96,134 Schroeder, Carol 121 ...................... 42 Schroeder, Diana 121 ....................... 42 Schroeder, Jim 141 .................... 75,111 Schroeder, Mayrene 121 .,................ 42 Schroeder, Ronald 131 ............ 52,141 Schryer, Diane L. 111 ...................... 33 Schuette, Jean 131 ................ ....... 1 22 Schuetz, Terry 131 ............................ 52 Schuler, Donald W. 111 .....,............ 33 Schuler, Judy 121 ...................... 42,136 Schulmelster, Arlene 111 ........ 33,118 Schult, Sandy 111 .... 33,85,88,108,109 Schultz, Bob 131 Schultz, Bob W. 131 ................ 52,163 Schultz, James 141 ............... ............. 75 Schultz, Lee 121 .................... 42,915,156 Schultz, Nancy 121 ............,......,........ 42 Schulze, Bob 121 ..............................,. 42 Schulze, Diane 111 .......................,.... 33 Schulze, Dotty 141 .............. 75,106,110 Schulze, Richard 121 ........................ 42 Schumacher, Ed 141 .... 75,147,166,170 Schumacher, Ann 121 ..............,....... 42 Schumacher, Denny 131 Schumacher, Rita 131 ....,......... 52,120 Schumann, Bill 121 ............ 42,148,167 Schummer, Lynnae 131 .................... 52 Simmons, Bob 141 ..,,,,,,,.,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, ,74 Simmons, L. Garner 111 ..,..... 33,156 Simmons, Tom 121 ,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 42,148 Simondson, Harold 111 .,,,,,,,,,,,,, 33,91 Simpson, Lynn 131 ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 53,120 Sims, Jeannie 111 ..,.,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,, 33 ,106 Slngelmann, Jay 141 ,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,, 7 5 Skahill, Judy 141 ,,,,,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,, - --75 Skarr, Clifford 131 .,,,,.,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,, 53 Skibbe, Joan 111 ,.,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,, 33 ,91 Skrysak, Mike 121 ,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,, 4 2 Slansky, Tim 131 Slazas, Barbara 121 ,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,, 42 Slinkard, Sharon 111 ,,,,,, ,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,, 33 Slonaker, Richard 121 ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 42 Slonecker, Don 131 ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 53,158 Slonek, Nancy 111 ..,,,,,, ,,,,,,, , ,,33,3g,95 Smith, Alvls 111 Smlth. Cheryl 111 ............. ......... 33 ,118 Smith, Clara 111 ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 33,595,134 Smith, David 111 ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,.--.-.-, 33 Smith, Donn 121 ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, -,-..---.--- 42 Smith, Smith Smith, Donald M. 111 ............ 33,119 Donn S. 111 ................,....... 118 Elizabeth Mary 131 Sachtschale, Jlm 141 ................ 75,168 Salken, Tom 111 ........,.,..... 32,146,155 Sansraint, David 111 .................. 32,88 Sandberg, Vlrray 141 ................ 75,105 Sande, George 111 ......................,.,.., 32 Sandeen, Perry 131 ........,.........,. 52.92 Sander. Al 131 ...................... 52,147,167 Sanders, Shirley 111 ........................ 32 Sandford, Marge 141 .......... 75,915,113 Sandford, Pat 121 ..............,.,.,,....,...,. 42 Sandvig, Lorelei 121 .......... 42,114,138 Sandy, Margaret 121 ...................... 120 Sannes. James 111 ........................ 32,95 Sunnwald, Bill 141 ..... ...75,96,114,115 Sannwald, Bob 121 ..,....................... 42 Sans, Sharon 131----""" .......... ....52,12O I78 Schutz, Tom 141 ................................ 52 Schwall, Milly 111 .....,,.,. Schwaller, Karen 121 ......,. 37,42, 106 Schwantz, Ronnie 131 ................. ..... 5 2 Schwartz, Judith 121 ........................ 42 Schwarz, Kathy 131. ......... ......... 5 2 Schwarz, Ken 131 .............. ......... 5 2 Schwarz, Lydia 141 .......................... 75 Schwarz, Richard 121 ....... .... ..... 4 2 ,75 Schwarz, Richard 141 ..............,..... 1017 Schweigerdt. Betty 131 .... 53,116,139 Schwieger, Barb 141, ......... 75,122,151 Schwleger, Jerry 111 ........................ 33 Scott, Joe 121 .................. ........ 4 2,159 Scott, Lynda 141 ................ ............ 7 5 Scott, Nancy 111 ................................ 33 Sedewarft, Jackie 121 .................... 120 Sedlak, Mike 111 .....,....... ...... Smith, Gail 141 I ........ 75,l15,122,123,137,140,161 Smgth, Grant 111 .......,,,,,,,,.,,,,, ,,,,,,, 1 36 Smith. Harold C. 111 ................ 91,159 Smith, John 141 ................ ...,,,,,,,,,,,,, 7 5 Smith, Judy 131 ............... ...5-3,110,135 Smith, Larry A. 141 Smith, Larry E. 121 ...... 42,75,96,147 Smith, Lynne Kira , ,109,118,1 ,1 Smith, Mary 131 ...................... Smith, Melissa 131 ............ ........ 5 3,131 Smith, Patricia 121 ,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,, 42 Smlth. Roger 141 .......... ,,,,,,,,,,,., 7 6 Smith, Sandra 131 ...,,,, ,,,,,,,,, 53 ,151 Smith. Sharon C. 111 ..........,.,.,,,,,,,,,, 33 Smith, Sharon L, 121 ,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 42,120 Smith, Tim R. 111 ..,,,,,.,,,,,, ,,33,85,156 Smlts, Bob 121 Smola, Jan 111 ..,,,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,, 33 Smythe, Sean 141 ,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,, 7 5 Snell, Donald 121 .v........ .......... 4 2 Snell, Gary 131 .......,.,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,, 53 Snyder, Peter J. 111 .....,...,.,,..,.,,,,,., 33 Soenksen, Dave 131 ........53,147,155,166,170 Sokolskl, Alice 121 .,,,.,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,, 42 Soltz, Bonnie J. 111 .......... 33,104,134 Soorus, Roland G, 111 ........,,,,.,.,,,., 33 Soprano, Frank P. 111 ...........,,. 33,91 Sorenson, Douglas 131 ...,,.,.,,,,,.,,,,,, 53 Sorgatz, Steve E. 111 ........,.... 33.91.95 Sowinski, Ginny 131 .... 53,114,131,139 Sparks, Patricia 121 .............,.......... 42 Specht, Blll S. 121 .....,.........,...... 42,94 Straus, Jlm 131 .................................. 52 Strehlow, Scott L. 111 .............. 33,91 Streuer, Erika 141 ........ 76,81,94,106 Strlegel, Dan 121 ........ 43,148,154,168 Strobel, Judy 121 ...................... 43,114 Stromberg, Jeanette 111 ........33,88,106,136 Stromberg, Kathy 131 .... 52,101,151 Stuart, Judy A. 111 ........................ 33 Stuart, Karen 121 ............................ 43 Stump, Judy 131 .............................. 52 Stump, Sandra S. 111 .................... 33 Stumpf, Jayne 141 .................... 76,122 Suchomski, George 131 ,............ ..... 5 2 Suchomski, Ronald J. 111 ............ 33 Suhr, Burma L. 111 ............ 33,85,160 Sullivan, Bruce 111 .... 33,91,149,156 Sullivan, Frank 121 ........................ 168 Sullivan, Jean 131 ...... 52,115,116.151 Sullivan, Tom 121 ..... ................. 4 3,111 Summers, Trudy 131 ...................... 52 Sundquist, Eileen 141 ........76,105,106.111 Sundblad, Ronald W. 111..33,88,159 Sunko, Bob 131 .................................. 52 Sunstrum, Bill 121 .......................... 43 Swanson, Barbara 111 ....... ...,... 33 .118 Swanson, Barbara 121 ...... 43,110,160 Swanson, Bill 141 .............. 76,111,113 Swanson, Bob 111 .............................. 35 Swanson, Jane 121 ............................ 4 3 Swanson, Joyce 131 ............ 52,109,121 Swanson, Margaret 141 ........76,111.122.135 Swanson, Maricee 131 ......... ....... 5 2,98 Swanson, Marilyn 121 .................... 43 Swarthout, Sharon 121 .................... 43 Sweeney. Kathy 121 ...................... 104 Sydow, Dennis C. 111 ................ 33,88 Syms, Val A. 111 .............................. 33 Syoen, Paul 131 .... ............................ 5 2 Szymansky, Barbara 131 ..... ......... 5 2 Szymaszek, Thomas C. 111 ............ 33 T Tabacik, Sue 131 ..........................,... 53 Taggart, Bob 131 ........47,53.121,122,124,145,168,170 Tagtmeier, Faye 131 ........................ 53 Tallitsch, Herbert 121 ...... 43,122,148 Talo, Charlotte A. 111 ............ 33,109 Tamulls, Mary Kay 111 ........33,35,85.116,130 Tapper, Joyce 121 .................... 43,135 Starnes, David 141 ........ 76,92,93,134, Richter, Bill 131 .......... 52,165,170,18O Rlchter, Frances 131 ........................ 52 Richfort, Tom 111 ......................,...,. 32 Riemer, Donald 111 .................... 32,95 Rlemer, Emily 131 ........... ....... ........ ..95 Rightmlre, Janet 121 ...................... 42 Riley, Dan 141 ............,............... 72,113 Rlley, Laurie 141..72.122,123.133,151 Rlnaldl, Danlta Marie 141 ............ 72 Rlnk, Maureen 111 ........... ... ......... .....32 Ripley, David 121 ...................... 42,154 Rlstow, Nancy 111 .................... 32,109 Rltchle, Ann 131 ........,......... 52,121,135 Rltzenthaler, Kathie 111 ...............v 32 Rltzma, Robert 141 .................... 72.113 Rlzlcka, Rosemary 121 ...... 42,120,135 Rothenbach, Don 131 Roach, William 131 ................. ......... 5 2 Roberts, Sheila 131 ....... ............... 5 2 Roberts, Tom 131 ............................., 52 Robertson, Neil 121 .......................... 42 Robinson, Bonnie 121 ........ 42.94.110 Robinson, Richard 141 .......... 72,91,92 Rocco, Carol 121 ................................ 42 Rodewald, Lynn 131 .......... 52,104,109 Rodrlquez, Ernesto 141 ..,......... 72,170 Roeck, Frances 111 .......................... 32 Roeck, Fred 131 ......... ....,.................... 5 2 Roedell, Beth 111 .....,.... 27,1-12,109,118 Roeske, Barbara 131 ........................ 52 Roeske, Carole 131 .................... 52,139 Roeske, Judith 111 ......... ........ 32 ,118 Roeske, Rodman 131 ......... ..........., 9 0 Roesler, Leonard 131 ........................ 52 Rogers, Jeff 111 .... .. .................. 32,155 Rogozinskl, Jan 131 ........52,132,133,134,145 Rohlfing, Joan 111 ............................ 32 Rolfs, Deanna 131 ..................,......... 52 Rolfs, Judy 121 ................ ........ 4 2 Roller, Ralph 121 ........ ........,. 1 68 Roney, Curtis 121 ............................ 156 Rooney, Dennls 111, ................... 32,89 Roosen, Bob 121 . ....... 42,104,121,132,133,168 Roosen, Wllllam 141 .... 72,116,122,134 Roozee, Jim 111 ............................ 32.91 Rosa, Judy 131. ................,..............,. 86 Rosa, Susan 131 .......... 47,52,86,87,109 Rosanova, Cynthia 111. .............,..... 32 .72,147, 170 Rose, Greg 141 ................... Rose, Marilyn 121 .............. 42,115,120 Rose, Victor 121 .......,........ 42,121,167 Rosenblatt, Ed 121 .................... 42,104 Rosene, Roger 131 ............ 52,107,155 Sypnlewski, Edward R. 111..33,155 Rothenberger, Dale 131 ,-.. 52,147,168 Rothenberger, Loralee 111 ............ 32 Rousseau, Roy 131 ............................ 52 Rowe, Carol 121 .................... ........ 4 2 Rowland, Kathleen 121 .....,.........l 110 Royer, Pat 111 ....,.v........l........,........... 32 Rozek, Jim 131 ...........,...................... 52 Ruckoldt, Dennls 111 .,.........,...... 32,91 Ruckoldt, Judith 141 ..........,.,........... 75 Rudd, Glenys 121 ................ 42,114,139 Rudge, Jeffrey 111 ..... ........ ............. 3 2 Rudolph, Brenda 141 ........57,75,122,123,133.151 Rudolph, Deck 131 ............................ 52 Rudolph, Don 111 ....,,...................,.... 32 Ruhnow, Michael 111 ........,.,.,..... 32,91 Rumpf, Mary 131 .........., ..........,. 5 2 Rumrey, Roger 121 ......,. .......,.,..... 4 2 Rush, Charles 131 .,..... ......,. 5 2.105 Rush, John 111 .......... ........... 3 2,155 Russ, Jack 141 ....................,.,.......,...., 75 Russell, Bob 121 ..,....,................ 42,159 Russell, Suzann 121 ,....... 42,96,99,115 Russow, Bob 121 ..... ....,...,..,.,.....,..,.... 4 2 Ryan, Barbara 111 ................ 32,88.118 Ryan, Bob 111 ...,........ ...,..,..,... 3 2,86 Ryan, John 111 ......... ..........,.... 3 2 Ryan, Judith 141 ....... ...............,,. 7 5 Ryan, Lmda 141 .................... 75,96,111 Ryan, Ryan, Terry 131 .,,..,...... 52,88,12O,136 Rydberg, Nancy 121 ..,. 37,42,115,151 Rydberg, Wayne 141 ........75,86,121,122,168 Ryg, Jimmy 111 .....,..,. Ryg, Lois 131 ............,,.....,.......... 52,120 Sharron 111 .........,.................. 32 ................32,119 Sasse. Alwin 131 ........................ 52,147 Saunders, Marsha 111 ........32,88,118,130,136 Sawyer, Bob 121 .............................. 121 Sawyer, George 131 ...... 52,92,11Y7,122 Sayre, Bill 111 ..............,............. 32,159 Sayre, Jim 131 ................,..,.... 47,52,92 Sbarbaro, Bob 131 .,............ 52,163,170 Scamehom, Pat 121 ............... , ,......... 42 Scanlon, Eddie 111 ...............,............ 33 Sainlon, Sharon 111 .......,.......... 33,118 Schaefer, Deana 131 ..v....................... 52 Schaefer, Gerald 111 .............,.......... 33 Schaefer, Jane 121 ................ 42,86,116 Schaefer, Norman 111 ...................... 33 Schaefer, Ronald 121 ......................., 42 Schaefer, Ronald 141 .......- 75,113,167 Schall, Charles 141 .............v.............. 75 Schamne, Gloria 141 .............,.......... 75 Schanmier, Daniel 111 ..v..............,.. 33 Schanmier, Donna 131 ..................,... 53 Scharringhausen, Carl 131 ...... 52,112 Donna 141..75,122 Scharrlnghausen, Scharringhausen, Kay 111 ....,..,..,, 33 Scharringhausen, Larry 131 Scharringhausen, Myrna 131 .....,., 135 Schauffler, Barbara J. 111 ..,... 33,134 Scheffer, Steve 121 .................... 42,165 Schell, Jean M. 111 .............. 33.85.130 Scherrer, Kathleen D. 121 ...... 42,106 Schiel, Skip 131 ..,...... .....,..............,.vv. 5 2 Schielie, Dennis 121 ............., ......... 4 2 Schiller, Judith 111 .,........ .......... 1 18 Schilling, Alan W. 121 .....,.. .......,. 4 2 Schlndlar, George F. 121 Schindler, Janet 121 ...............,.. 42,120 Schlau, Kathy M. 111 .....,.......... 33.130 Schlau, Elaine 141 ,...............,.,.,. 75,121 Schmelchel, Daniel 131 .................... 52 Schmick, Barbara 121 .......... ......... 42 Schmidt, Ella Mae 111 ..l..... ......... 33 Schmidt, Glenn C. 111 .....,.... l...... . .33 Schmidt, Judy 141 ............ ......... 7 5 Schmidt, Lois 121 .............. .....,... 4 2 Schmidt, Pat A. 111 .....,.,............,... 33 Schrnidt, Richard 131 ...................... 52 Schmidt, Shirley 121 ............,... 42,117 Schmidt, Susan 111 ...... 33,86,109,118 Schmidt, Wayne 141' ......v........... 75,112 Schmoell, Dorothy 111 .................... 33 Schmoyer, Judy 131 ........52,98,115,125,151 Schneberger, Linda A. 111 ........33,85.152 Schneck, Dean 141 .... 75,147,168,170 Schneck, Dennis 121 .... 42,148,156,168 Schneider, Pat 131 .................... 96,104 Schneider, Rita M. 111 ..,........... 33,95 Schoen, Tom 131 ..,............. ......... 5 2 Schoenbeck. Joy 131 Schoenfeld, Carol 131 ........................ 52 Schoepke, Bob 131 ..,................... 52,158 Schons, Dorothy A, 111 .....,...,,, 33,118 Schordje, Carol 121 Sedlak, Steve 131 ......................,. 53,93 Seegers, Carol 121 ...................... 42,120 Seelenbinder, Terry 111 .......,.....,..,, 33 Seestedt, Henry 111 .................. 33,155 Seffens, Grace 131 ....... .47,53,109,122 Sellers, Kathy 111 .....,..... . .......... 33,130 Selik, Bob 121 Selman, David 121 ...... 42,116.131,168 Sender, Fred 121 .............................. 42 Senne, Gloria 141 ...... ........................ 75 Senne, Judy 121 ............,. ......... 4 2,110 Serbin, Wayne 131 ........ ......... 53 ,121 Setlid, Bob 121 ............. ............. 4 2 Setlik, Nancy 111 .......... ......,,, 33 Setzer, John 131 ................ ............. 53 Severson, Carol 111 ......... ....... 33 ,88 Seward, Sherry 121 Seward, Thomas 141 ........ ........... 1 58 Seyler, Al 131 ..........,.......,.,..,.,..,. 53,147 Shanley, Eleanor 131 .......... 53,933,108 Shannon, Mike 131 .....,.,.,,,..,.,,,, 53,133 Shaughnessy, Dave Shaughnessy, Lynn Shaw, 121 ............ 42,168 121 ........,......,,. 42 James 111 .......... ...................... 33 Shaw, Jim 111 ............,,,,,..,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 33 Shaw, Ken 141 ........... ....... 7 5,94,163 Shaw, Philip 131 ,,,,.,, ,,,,.,,.,.,,,,,,,, 1 48 Shaw, Sandy 111 ..................,.,,,,,,,,,,,, 33 Shea, Tom 111 .,...,.,,,.,,,.,.,,,,,,,,,,,,, 33,91 Shean, Donna 111 .......... 33,86,106,130 Sheets, Steph 131 ........................ 53,114 Shell, Larry 131 ...........,,,.,,,.,,,.,,,,,,,,, 53 Sherman, Jim 131..53,92,131,132,133 Shervey, Pat 121 ..............,.,... 37.42.115 Sherwood, Jim 131 ........,........... 53,111 Shlley, John 111 ..................., 3a,95,155 Shipman, Fred 121 .............,.,,.,, 42,148 Shogren, Sue 131 .............. 53,88,92,115 Shriver, Bob 141 ......,,..,,,,,,, ,,,,,,, 7 5,163 Shulse, Mary Jane 141 ........ 57,75,139 Shultz, Lebert 121 ..,,.,.....,,,.,,,,,,,,,., 148 Shumaker, Edward 141 I ........ 75,135,160,170 Sibxlski, Katherine 111 ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, ,33 Sieben, Gerri 141 .,.....,.,,,,,,,,,,, 75,96,99 Siebert, Karen 121 ,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 42 Siech, Barb 131 .....,.,,,,,., ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 5 3 Siemro, Donna 141 ,,,.,,.,,,,,,,,, 75,823,915 Sletmann, Rick 111 ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 33 Silver, Leslie 121 ........42,94,115,121,135,151 Spencer, James L. 121 ............ 42,154 Spicer, Kay 131 ....... .. ....,......,.,.....,..., .53 Splczak, John 131 ..........,......,,..., ..... 53 Spiczak, Sandra J. 111 ......,............. 33 Spinello, Jim J. 111. ..,...,............ 33,88 Spltler, Phil 121 ..............,.............,.., 42 Splitberger, Joan 131 ...................... 53 Spomer, William R. 121..42,154,165 Stach, Virginia 131 .......................... 53 Stade, Jim 141 ............,....,., 46,111,112 Stadell, Lynn 131 .................. 47,53,151 Stadnick, Shirley 131 Stafford, Margie 131 .......,................ 53 Staples, John 141 ............ 76,92,93.134 Staral, Chuck H. 111 .................. 33,89 Stark, Judy 121 ......... ................. 4 2,106 Simmonds, Alice 111 ,,,,,,,,,,.,,,,, 33,136 Stasuk, Michael 131 Stavros, Anthony 121 ..,.....148,168,169.170 Steegstra, David A. Steelo, Virginia L. Stefanik, Charlene 1 Stefanlk, Kathy A. 111 .....,............ 33 111 ............ 33,118 21 .................... 42 111 .................. 33 Steffes, Helen 121 ............................ 42 Stehman, Barbara Steichmann, Andy 141 .... 76,116,122 121 .................... 42 Steiger, Llanne 141 ........................ 176 Stiger, Peter 121 .....v........................ 42 Steil, Bette Jane 12 1 ........ 42,110,120 VND!!! rffffi' mmm 555 Q99 59,361 ruU'0 '-HDS . Fm rn 59 ,D ,- C112- :mf f-A5 Sta E if E E H : : 1- : : 1-4 E i-lr-4 : wma E915 : H: 3389 U1 FY 0 va :- su P FU o o' Q Il S L N . I-4 ES lb' Stephan, Thomas 111 Stephens, Edward 1 Sterba, John M, 121 Sterbenz, Barbara Ellen 111 ......... Sterbenz, Richard G. Sternal, Jud 131 ........................... 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Stolley, Juanita 131 .......................... 52 Schramm, Lee 121 .....,...................,.... 42 Schreiber, Dave 131 ..............,........... 52 Schroeder, Bob 141 ........ 75,92,96,134 Schroeder, Carol 121 ...................... 42 Schroeder, Diana 121 ....................... 42 Schroeder, Jim 141 .................... 75,111 Schroeder, Mayrene 121 .,................ 42 Schroeder, Ronald 131 ............ 52,141 Schryer, Diane L. 111 ...................... 33 Schuette, Jean 131 ................ ....... 1 22 Schuetz, Terry 131 ............................ 52 Schuler, Donald W. 111 .....,............ 33 Schuler, Judy 121 ...................... 42,136 Schulmelster, Arlene 111 ........ 33,118 Schult, Sandy 111 .... 33,85,88,108,109 Schultz, Bob 131 Schultz, Bob W. 131 ................ 52,163 Schultz, James 141 ............... ............. 75 Schultz, Lee 121 .................... 42,915,156 Schultz, Nancy 121 ............,......,........ 42 Schulze, Bob 121 ..............................,. 42 Schulze, Diane 111 .......................,.... 33 Schulze, Dotty 141 .............. 75,106,110 Schulze, Richard 121 ........................ 42 Schumacher, Ed 141 .... 75,147,166,170 Schumacher, Ann 121 ..............,....... 42 Schumacher, Denny 131 Schumacher, Rita 131 ....,......... 52,120 Schumann, Bill 121 ............ 42,148,167 Schummer, Lynnae 131 .................... 52 Simmons, Bob 141 ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, ,74 Simmons, L. Garner 111 ..,..... 33,156 Simmons, Tom 121 ,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 42,148 Simondson, Harold 111 ,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 33,91 Simpson, Lynn 131 ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 53,120 Sims, Jeannie 111 ..,...,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,, 33 ,106 Slngelmann, Jay 141 .,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,, 7 5 Skahill, Judy 141 ,,,,,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,, , ,,75 Skarr, Clifford 131 .,,,,.,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,, 53 Skibbe, Joan 111 ,.,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,, 33 ,91 Skrysak, Mike 121 ,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,, 4 2 Slansky, Tim 131 Slazas, Barbara 121 ,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,, 42 Slinkard, Sharon 111 ,,,,,, ,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,, 33 Slonaker, Richard 121 ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 42 Slonecker, Don 131 ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 53,158 Slonek, Nancy 111 ..,,,,,, ,,,,,,, , ,,33,3g,95 Smith, Alvls 111 Smlth. Cheryl 111 ............. ......... 33 ,118 Smith, Clara 111 ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 33,595,134 Smith, David 111 ,.,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,, 33 Smith, Donn 121 ,,,,,,,,,,,-,-,-, ,------.---...- 42 Smith, Smith Smith, Donald M. 111 ............ 33,119 Donn S. 111 ................,....... 118 Elizabeth Mary 131 Sachtschale, Jlm 141 ................ 75,168 Salken, Tom 111 ........,.,..... 32,146,155 Sansraint, David 111 .................. 32,88 Sandberg, Vlrray 141 ................ 75,105 Sande, George 111 ......................,.,.., 32 Sandeen, Perry 131 ........,.........,. 52,92 Sander, Al 131 ...................... 52,147,167 Sanders, Shirley 111 ........................ 32 Sandford, Marge 141 .......... 75,915,113 Sandford, Pat 121 ..............,.,.,,....,...,. 42 Sandvig, Lorelei 121 .......... 42,114,138 Sandy, Margaret 121 ...................... 120 Sannes, James 111 ........................ 32,95 Sunnwald, Bill 141 ..... ...75,96,114,115 Sannwald, Bob 121 ..,....................... 42 Sans, Sharon 131----""" .......... ....52,12O I78 Schutz, Tom 141 ................................ 52 Schwall, Milly 111 .....,,.,. Schwaller, Karen 121 ......,. 37,42, 106 Schwantz, Ronnie 131 ................. ..... 5 2 Schwartz, Judith 121 ........................ 42 Schwarz, Kathy 131. ......... ......... 5 2 Schwarz, Ken 131 .............. ......... 5 2 Schwarz, Lydia 141 .......................... 75 Schwarz, Richard 121 ....... .... ..... 4 2 ,75 Schwarz, Richard 141 ..............,..... 1017 Schweigerdt. Betty 131 .... 53,116,139 Schwieger, Barb 141, ......... 75,122,151 Schwleger, Jerry 111 ........................ 33 Scott, Joe 121 .................. ........ 4 2,159 Scott, Lynda 141 ................ ............ 7 5 Scott, Nancy 111 ................................ 33 Sedewarft, Jackie 121 .................,.. 120 Sedlak, Mike 111 .....,....... ...... Smith, Gail 141 I ........ 75,115,122,123,137,140,161 Smgth, Grant 111 .......,,..,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,, 1 36 Smlfh, Harold C. 111 ................ 91,159 Smith, John 141 ................ ...,,,,,,,,,,,,, 7 5 Smith, Judy 131 ............... ...5-3,110,135 Smith, Larry A. 141 Smith, Larry E- 121 ...... 42,75,96,147 Smith, Lynne K. 111 -.------27.w.109,118,1 ,1 Smith, Mary 131 ........................ Smith, Melissa 131 .............. ...... 5 3,131 Smith, Patricia 121 ,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,, 42 Smlth. Roger 141 .......... ............. 7 6 Smith, Sandra 131 ...,,,, ,,,,,,,,, 53 ,151 Smith, Sharon C. 111 ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 33 Smith, Sharon L, 121 ,.,,,,,,,,,,,, 42,120 Smith, Tim R. 111 ..,,,,,.,,,,,, ,,33,85,156 Smits, Bob 121 Smola, Jan 111 ,.,,,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,, 33 Smythe, Sean 141 .,.,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,, 7 5 Snell, Donald 121 .v........ .......... 4 2 Snell, Gary 131 ....,,,,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,, 53 Snyder, Peter J. 111 .....,...,.,,..,.,,,,,., 33 Soenksen, Dave 131 ........53,147,155,166,170 Sokolskl, Alice 121 ,,.,.,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 42 Soltz, Bonnie J. 111 .......... 33,104,134 Soorus, Roland G, 111 ,....,.,,,,,,,,,,,., 33 Soprano, Frank P. 111 ...........,,, 33,91 Sorenson, Douglas 131 .,.,,.,.,,,,,,,,,,,, 53 Sorgatz, Steve E. 111 ........,.... 33,91,95 Sowinski, Ginny 131 .... 53,114,131,139 Sparks, Patricia 121 .............,.......... 42 Specht, Blll S. 121 .....,.........,...... 42,94 Straus, Jlm 131 .................................. 52 Strehlow, Scott L. 111 .............. 33,91 Streuer, Erika 141 ........ 76,81,94,106 Strlegel, Dan 121 ........ 43,148,154,168 Strobel, Judy 121 ...................... 43,114 Stromberg, Jeanette 111 ........33,88,106,136 Stromberg, Kathy 131 .... 52,101,151 Stuart, Judy A. 111 ........................ 33 Stuart, Karen 121 ............................ 43 Stump, Judy 131 .............................. 52 Stump, Sandra S. 111 .................... 33 Stumpf, Jayne 141 ............ ........ 7 6,122 Suchomski, George 131 ,............ ..... 5 2 Suchomski, Ronald J. 111 ........... 133 Suhr, Burma L. 111 ......,..... 33.85160 Sullivan, Bruce 111 .... 33,91,149,156 Sullivan, Frank 121 ...,.................... 168 Sullivan, Jean 131 .v.... 52,115,116.151 Sullivan, Tom 121 ..... .....,........... 4 3,111 Summers, Trudy 131 ...................... 52 Sundquist, Eileen 141 ........76,105,106.111 Sundblad, Ronald W. 111..33,88,159 Sunko, Bob 131 .................................. 52 Sunstrum, Bill 121 .......................... 43 Swanson, Barbara 111 ....... ...,... 33 .118 Swanson, Barbara 121 ...... 43,110,160 Swanson, Bill 141 .............. 76,111,113 Swanson, Bob 111 .............................. 35 Swanson, Jane 121 ............................ 4 3 Swanson, Joyce 131 ............ 52,109,121 Swanson, Margaret 141 ........76,111,122,135 Swanson, Maricee 131 ......... ....... 5 2,98 Swanson, Marilyn 121 .................... 43 Swarthout, Sharon 121 .,.................. 43 Sweeney. Kathy 121 ...................... 104 Sydow, Dennis C. 111 ................ 33,88 Syms, Val A. 111 .............................. 33 Syoen, Paul 131 .... ............................ 5 2 Szymansky, Barbara 131 ..... ......... 5 2 Szymaszek, Thomas C, 111 ....,....... 33 T Tabacik, Sue 131 ..........................,... 53 Taggart, Bob 131 ........47,53.121,122,124,145,168,170 Tagtmeier, Faye 131 ........................ 53 Tallitsch, Herbert 121 ...... 43,122,148 Talo, Charlotte A. 111 ............ 33,109 Tamulls, Mary Kay 111 ........33,35,85.116,130 Tapper, Joyce 121 .................... 43,135 5 Williamson, Diana 127 ........... .........43 Tatar, Ronald J. 117 ......... V Watt, Melinda 137 ........ 53,94,104,111 Weaver, Bob 127 5952599 52'.'i."i'E..'E.'5. 2-,ooooo -m:1n:-mn FF mE?55gE " S93 rf QQBESAW w N 29 :Fra s z 5.1-5 E' 553555 553H 5 5 : : SBSQMQ t'-555 5 LJ tes,-6323383 Terbell, Bud 127 ...,.... 43,148,168,169 Terbell, Sarajane 147 ........57,76,96,99,137 Ternovlts, Caryl 147..76,114.131.135 Terry, Pat 127 ............ 43,120,135,136 Terry, Peg 137 ............ 53.115,121,135 Tesar, Lynne 127 .................... 114,120 Tews, Art 137 .................................... 53 Thackery, Dlane E. 117 ............ 33,86 Themer, Allan 127 ............................ 43 Themer, Pat 117 ...................... 33,104 Thlele, Tommy 117 ............ 33,149,155 Thlll, Denny 147 .................. 77,147,166 Thoma, Thoman Thomas, Thomas, Thomas, Thomas, Lois 137 ....................,...,....... 53 , William 127 Gary 117 .............. 33,149,155 Lynne 127 ............ 86,94,108 Starene 127 ............... .. ..... 4 3 Tony 147 ...... 76,121,122,153 Valenzo, Tom 117 .............. ......... 33 Vanalek, George 137 ........................ 53 VanBladel, Tom 127 ...................... 43 Vanderhoeven, Pat 117 ............ 33,118 Thompson, Blll 117 .......................... 33 Thompson Donna 117 ............ 33,104 Thompson, Dottle 127 ................. ...42 Thompson Judy 127 ,..,.,.. . ......... 109 Thompson Pat 147 ........... ,..... ..... 7 6 Thompson, Ron 147 ......,.,,,.,.,.,....,., 76 Thompson, Sandy 117 ...........,,, 33,106 Thompson, Wayne 117 ,...,,,,.,,,,, 33,95 Vander Vort, Claire 137 .................. 53 Van Dyke, Alan 137 .................. 53,122 Van Dyke, Harry 117 ...................... 34 Van Hoorebeke, Karen 127 .... 43,120 Van Jacobs, Dennis 147 Van Jacobs, Tom 117 ...................... 34 Van Ness, Vicki 127 .......... 43,106,135 Vannler, Susan 117 .................... 34,118 Van Note, Judi 137 ............ 53,106,109 VanOosten, Sue 127 .................. 43,114 Van Raalte, Ronald 147 ...........,...... 76 Van Wakeman, Judie 117 ........34,118,134 Webb, Allen 117 ........ .................... 34 Webb, Blll 147 .......... .......... 77 Weber, Bob 117 ................................ 34 Weber, Jack 147 ........77.103,147,153,168.170 Weber, Lynn 127 ................ 37,43,108 Weber, Ron 127 Webster, Ruth 137 ........... Weckerley, Sherre 127.. Wede, Carol 147 ................. Wehner, Weidner, Weidner Weidner Weidner Weidner Weidner Barb 127 .......... Anna 127 ........ 53,121,136 57,122,125 , C nthia 117 ...................... 34 Hlgrold 127 ....... , James 147 ...... Weidner, Lorie 137 ........ , Marvin 127 ......... .......... Norb 137 ........ Weidner: Vernon 127 Welland, Welmer. Rosemary 147 ......,,.......... Donna L. 117 .................... Weiss, Phillip 117 ....... Weiss, Sharon 127 .....,.... 555 aaE S15 S222 9.22.3 gb!!! ,,111 S339 O 5' - HJZU 2555 ragga' 'Av O Sis' NTS?- b? 68523 E a 5 Q 5 .34 130 Pat 147 Thurman, John 117 .......................... 3 Thoms, Natalie 117 .................. 33,106 Thoms, Patrick 137 .......................... 53 Thomson, Marybeth 127 ........ 43,120 Thon, Dolores 117 .............. 33,106,160 Thorne, John 147 .........................,.. 76 Thorne, Mark 117 .....,,,...,,,,,,,., 33,155 Thorp, Clark 127 .................. 43,91,117 Thorsen, Diane 117 .........,..., 33,88,136 Thorsen, Karen 117 ...................,...... 33 Threadglll, Janloe 117 .................,.. 33 Thwreatt, Elaine 117 .........,...... 33,118 Tlerney, Michael 137 .... 53,87,96,155 Tlmmermann, Jlm 147 .............. 76,87 Tock, Carole 127 ........................ 43,104 Tomanek, Charles 117 .............. 33,146 Tompkins, Carole 117 .......,.,....,..,.,,, 33 Tonn, Jean 117 ..........................., 33,118 Tonn, Lorraine 127 .,.......... 43,109,110 Tonsul, Baldenar 117 Torrens, John 137 ...... .............. 5 2,168 Toussaint, Charlene 117 ..........,... 118 Tracy, Carolyn 117 ...... 33.85.117.152 Tracy, Marllyn 147 .................... 76,141 Trader, Beverly 127 Trader, Joan 137 .............. 53,160,161 Wllle, Ralph 147 ................ 79,147,166 Wlller, Judy 137 ........................ 54 .120 Wlller, Nancy 117 ........................ 34.95 Williams, Karen 117 .................. 27,34 williams, Mike 117 .......................... 34 Willis, Carole 117 ............................ 34 Wlllner, Candy 127 ........43,88.92,93,106.134 Wllson, Annlta 127 Barbara R. 137 .........- 54.122 Wilson, Wilson, Barbara C. 137 ........54,114,120,135 Edward 147..79.158,168.170 Wlltgen, Barb 127 ................ ............ 43 Wilson, Wiltshire, Gall 147 .................,.. 79.122 Wlnlarskl, Jim 117 ...................... 34,90 Wlnkelhake, Ralph 127 .................... 4-3 Wlnkelman, Marcia 147 .................. 79 Wlnkelman, Roy 137 Winkler, Bever ey 117 ...... 34,108,109 Winters, Dick 147 ................,... 79.113 Wlntz, Leon 127 ........................ 43,156 Wlrman, John 117 ............................ 34 Wlschstadt, Sharon 147 ............ 79,108 Wlst, Nita 127 .................................... 43 Wistar, Judy 117 ......,..........,...... 34,104 Wlszowaty, Geraldine 147 ............ 79 Withey, Mark 137 .........,.................... 54 Withey, Susan 117 .............. 34,118,130 Witt, Herman 117 ...........,.......... 34,155 Witt, Kenneth 127 .....,.... ............... 4 3 Wltteck, Ray 117 ................--.-.-.------. 34 Wlttek, Rozanne 117 ....,..... 34,104,136 Witter, Kay 137 ................................ 54 Wolden, Barbara 147 ,..,....79,94,108,109,116,141 Wolden. Dick 117 ..........,................... 34 Varnado, Dave 137 ........,........... 53,153 Vasy, Dick 127 .................................. 43 Vaughan, Les 147 ........ 76,145,168,170 Verheeck, Donna 147 ...................... 76 Verheeck, Judy 117 .......................... 34 Vesillus, Ray 147 ......,... ................ 76 Vetter, John 147 ............ ...... ..... 7 6 .94 Vickery, Don 117 .................,.... 34,159 Vldrlck, Thomas 127 ..-.... ................, 43 Virgil, Randy 147 .,........ ...,..... 7 6,140 vim, Arm 117 .......................,...... 34.159 Vltoux, Joy 147 ......................,..... 76.96 Vittinghotf, Karl 127 ......----------.. ,--- 4 3 Vivlrlto, Judy 127 ..,........... 43,106,115 Vlcek, Joe 127., ..........,. ......... .......-.--- - 4 3 Vlock, Joanne 117 ........ ................ 34 Voigt, Bob 137 ..... ........... ......... 53 , 167 Voigt, Kelth 117 ....,.....A..........------- ---- 34 Volkmann, Carol 137 ........................ 53 Von Almen, Lew 137 .........,.......,.,.... 53 Von Bergen, Melvin 127 ........ 43,111 Bergen, Gordon 147 ........ 76,111 Von Von Boeckmann, Thomas 137 ........53,96,165,180 Kutzleben, Rickie 117 ........27,M,116 Von Weller, Tom 137 ......,......................... 54 Wellman, William 147 ........ 57,79,96 Wells, Mary Jo 127 .................... 43,120 Welsh, Patty A. 117 .................. 34.118 Wemheuer, Robert F. 117 .... 34,149 Wenkau, Pat S. 117 .......................... 34 Werner, Dennis 127. ......................... 43 Wertheimer, Dave 147 ............ 79,178 Wolf, Wolf, Wolf, Wolf, Wolf. Wolf, Wolf, Wolfe, Barbara 137 ......,......... 47.54.125 Edward 147 ...................... 79,158 Ellen 137 ...,........ 54.122.124.131 Joan 127..37,43,94,116.12O.135 Joseph 127 ........................ 43,88 Lois 127 ..... . .............. 43,120,121 Robert 127 .............................. 43 VorBroker, Linda 147 ,........... ......,. 7 6 Vorhees, Valorle 117 ........ 34,108,109 Vorls, Llnda 127 ........,,.....,........ 43,110 Vork, Karen 137 ................ 53.122114 Voss, Nancy 117 ........ W ............34:109 Wade, John 117 ............ ................ 34 Wade, Thomas 127 .........,.....,.... 43.122 Waggoner, Cheri 117 .............,.. 34,136 Wagner, Bob 137 .......... ...... . 153.147 Wagner, Jan 127 ..........,............. 43.120 Wahl, Edward 137 .... - .......... 53,89,90 Wahl, Warren 117 ........ ........... 34 ,91 Wake, Robert 137 ........ Walden, Bill 137 ........,. Waldron, Bob 117 ............ Waldrop, Joyce 117 ........ Wallnskl, Sandra 117 ................ 34,86 Walker. Debbie 137 ..... Walker, Roberta 127 ........ Walker, Stephen 117 ........ Wall, Carol 127 ................ Wallhoff, Grant 117 ................ 34.155 Trampf, Joseph 127 .......................... 43 Trampt, Norman 117 ........................ 33 Trausch, Clarence 147 .............. 76,170 Trausch, Robert 117 ...................... 156 Traver, Jim 137 .................. 53,146,168 Treabess, Ron 127 .........................,,. 43 Tremberth, Shari 117 ................ 33,88 Trendel, Carol 127 ............................ 43 Trever, Janet 117 ........... ........ 33 ,118 Trinka, Bob 137 ........................ 53,113 Troha, Denny 117 .............................. 33 Trude, Joan 127 .... 43.94,116,122,152 Truelsen, Betty 137 .......................... 53 Truelson, Les 117 ..........,................... 33 Tuchten, Michelle 117 ...................... 33 Tuegel, Richard 117 ........................ 33 Tuttle, Nick 117 ............ 27,33,149,155 Tynls. Sandra 127 Uhlhorn, Roger 137 ..........,. 53,92,134 Ulbrlch, Ken 137 ................................ 53 Ullzze, Jean 127 ..............................,. 43 Ullrlck, Allen 127 ................ 43,148,156 Ulrlch, Carol 127 ..............,.......,....... 43 Ulrlch, Gerald 147 ............................ 76 Ungaro, James 117 .................... 33.149 Urban. Gall 117 ............................ 33,86 Utt, Mary 147 ,............ ...76,131.13'7,140 Walloch, Edward 127 ,.... . ................ 43 Wallor, Andrew 137 ........................ 53 Wallrich, John 117 ............ 34,146,159 Walsh, Barry 147 ...................... 77,131 Walsh, Richard 117 ....................,..... 34 Walt, Pat 127 ..............................,....... 43 Walter, Warren 117 ..............,........... 34 Walters, Dennis 137 .............,.. 53,158 Ward, Jeanie 117 ........ 34.130,133,134 Warejcka, Deanna 147 .......... 134,114 Warfield, Gwen 147 .................. 77,135 Warfield, Pam 117 .................... 34,118 Warnecke, Mike 137 . ....... 47,53,122,154,155,167 Warren, Ann 117 .................. 34,88,117 Warren, Helen 117 .................... 34,118 Wasko, Karen 127 ............... ........... 1 O6 Waterman, Dianne 127 .... 43.121186 Watkins, Bruce 117 ..... ......... 34 ,88,95 Watson, Luree 127 ............................ 43 Weseman, Carole 127 ...................... 43 Wesler, Georgianne 117 .................. 34 Wesley, Sandra 137 .........,..............., 54 Wessies, Bette 127 .................... 43,116 wessung, Judy 147 .......................... 79 Wessling, Kathy 117 .........,...... 34.109 Wessling, Sharon 127 .... 43,88,96.109 West, Barbara 147 .................... 79.105 West, Geraldine M. 117 .................. 34 West. Neal 137 Westberg, Barb K. 117 .................. 34 Westberg, Ralph 137..54,96,115,158 Westcott. Robert 127 ----.-.---..---------- 43 Westergaard, Alan 127 .... 43,148,168 Westerlund, Suzanne 137 ........ 54,141 Westfahl, Barbara K. 117 ........34,109,118 Westfall, Carroll 127 ........ 43,115,120 Wetendorf, Beverly 127 .... 43,116,135 Wetendorf, Fred 147 ................ 79,111 Wetzel, David 147 .................... 79,159 Wetzel, Richard D. 117 .................. 34 Wheaton, Wanda 127 .............. 116,131 Wheelock, .Tay 127 .... . ..................... 43 Whitaker, David S. 117 .................. 34 White, Bill 147 .................................. 79 White, Dru 117 .................... .......... 34 White, Pat 127 Whitelaw, Ed 137 ........54,87,147,153,154,168,170 Whiteley, Sue 127..37,43.116.120.135 Whitesel, James 117 ........ 34.89,91,95 Whitesldes, Evelyn 127 .................... 43 Whltlow, Pamela 117 ...................... 34 Whittaker, Judie 127 ,.... ................. 4 3 Wlchman, Nancy 147 ........57,79,87,115,131,137,138 Wlchman, Sally 117 .... 34.117.118.152 Wlckens, Pam 147 ........79,111,136,137,161 Wlckstrom, Clyton 117 ..,....,.... 34,159 . ....... 79.94.111.113.115,121.13'7 sgsssssssssssss 3 QUEEN OOO 5555555?599355P E55agvg55?gSgUg ci- ,mm o- :f"'fl 'ws 252 7521204 -I 3 L-55"9' 5,-0321A-.Sf-sfve vA5GQCGg5?ts5?? 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Y Yager, Charles 137 ...... 54,131,168-170 Yager, Rick 137 .......................... 54.168 Yates, Douglas 137 ............---- 54-90-96 Youngren, Barbara 117 .... 34,106,150 Zadel, Bill 117 .....,........... ....,.. 34 ,149 Zadravetz, Bob 137 ........... ........... 54 Zadrozny, Ronald 147 ....... ....... 79 Zaehler, Jack 137 .............................. 96 zbuski, Marilyn 137 ........................ 54 Zehner, Greg 127 ...................... ..... ..... 4 3 Zeman, Dwight 137 .... 54,147,155,167 Zemba, Ron cam ..............................., 54 Zlel, Gail 117 .........,.............. 34.108109 Zietz, David 117 .............. ........ 27 .3493 Zimmer, Dieter 147 ......A.....-..----------- 79 Zimmerman, Betsy 147 ...... 79.96.160 Zimmerman, Carol 117 ..........---- 34.86 Zimmerman, Dave 137 ............ 54,167 Zimmerman Julianne 137 ...... 54.122 Wldzlsz, Andrew 117--- ................. ..34 Wlederhold, Donna 117 .....,...... 34.109 Wier, Ronald 117 .............................. 34 Wiggins, Charlotte 117 ........34,116,130,133 Wilkans, Wayne 117 ...........,............ 34 Wilkes, Don 137 ........................ 54,167 Wilkins, Verna 117 ......... ............. 34 Wilkinson, Ron 117 ......... ............. 34 Wille, Chuck 147 ........... ................. 79 Wllle, Gerry 117 ....... ......,,,. 34 .149 Wille, John 117 .......... ....,................ 34 Wllle, Judy 127 ........ ........ 43 .91-1,116 Wllle, Karen 137 ....... .......... 54 ,111 Zimmerman: Kurt 127 .... 37,43.96,148 Zorn, Gloria 137 ................................ 54 Zucchero, Michael 147 ...................... 79 Zysko, Sandra 127, ......... .....,.. 43 I79 E Williamson, Diana 127 ........... .........43 Tatar, Ronald J. 117 ......... V Watt, Melinda 137 ........ 53,94,104,111 Weaver, Bob 127 5952599 52'.'i."i'E..'E.'5. 2-,ooooo -m:1n:-mn FF mE?55gE " S93 rf QQBESAW w N 59 :Fra s 5 5.1-5 E' 553555 553H 5 5 : : SBSQMQ t'-555 5 LJ sew,-6323383 Terbell, Bud 127 ...,.... 43,148,168,169 Terbell, Sarajane 147 ........57,76,96,99,137 Ternovlts, Caryl 147..76,114.131.135 Terry, Pat 127 ............ 43,120,135,136 Terry, Peg 137 ............ 53.115,121,135 Tesar, Lynne 127 .................... 114,120 Tews, Art 137 .................................... 53 Thackery, Dlane E. 117 ............ 33,86 Themer, Allan 127 ............................ 43 Themer, Pat 117 ...................... 33,104 Thlele, Tommy 117 ............ 33,149,155 Thlll, Denny 147 .................. 77,147,166 Thoma, Thoman Thomas, Thomas, Thomas, Thomas, Lois 137 ....................,...,....... 53 , William 127 Gary 117 .............. 33,149,155 Lynne 127 ............ 86,94,108 Starene 127 ............... .. ..... 4 3 Tony 147 ...... 76,121,122,153 Valenzo, Tom 117 .............. ......... 33 Vanalek, George 137 ........................ 53 VanBladel, Tom 127 ...................... 43 Vanderhoeven, Pat 117 ............ 33,118 Thompson, Blll 117 .......................... 33 Thompson Donna 117 ............ 33,104 Thompson, Dottle 127 ................. ...42 Thompson Judy 127 ,..,.,.. . ......... 109 Thompson Pat 147 ........... ,..... ..... 7 6 Thompson, Ron 147 ......,.,,,.,.,.,....,., 76 Thompson, Sandy 117 ...........,,, 33,106 Thompson, Wayne 117 ,...,,,,.,,,,, 33,95 Vander Vort, Claire 137 .................. 53 Van Dyke, Alan 137 .................. 53,122 Van Dyke, Harry 117 ...................... 34 Van Hoorebeke, Karen 127 .... 43,120 Van Jacobs, Dennis 147 Van Jacobs, Tom 117 ...................... 34 Van Ness, Vicki 127 .......... 43,106,135 Vannler, Susan 117 .................... 34,118 Van Note, Judi 137 ............ 53,106,109 VanOosten, Sue 127 .................. 43,114 Van Raalte, Ronald 147 ...........,...... 76 Van Wakeman, Judie 117 ........34,118,134 Webb, Allen 117 ........ .................... 34 Webb, Bill 147 .......... .......... 77 Weber, Bob 117 ................................ 34 Weber, Jack 147 ........77.103,147,153,168.170 Weber, Lynn 127 ................ 37,43,108 Weber, Ron 127 Webster, Ruth 137 ........... Weckerley, Sherre 127.. Wede, Carol 147 ................. Wehner, Weidner, Weidner Weidner Weidner Weidner Weidner Barb 127 .......... Anna 127 ........ 53,121,136 57,122,125 , C nthia 117 ...................... 34 Hlzgrold 127 ....... , James 147 ...... Weidner, Lorie 137 ........ , Marvin 127 ......... .......... Norb 137 ........ Weidner: Vernon 127 Welland, Welmer. Rosemary 147 ......,,.......... Donna L. 117 .................... Weiss, Phillip 117 ....... Weiss, Sharon 127 .....,.... 555 aaE S15 S222 9.22.3 gb!!! ,,111 S339 O 5' - HJZU 2555 ragga' 'Av O Sis' NTS?- b? 08523 E a 5 Q 5 .34 130 Pat 147 Thoms, Natalie 117 ................,, 33,106 Thoms, Patrick 137 .......................... 53 Thomson, Marybeth 127 ........ 43,120 Thon, Dolores 117 .............. 33,106,160 Thorne, John 147 .........................,.. 76 Thorne, Mark 117 ......,,.........,.. 33,155 Th0I'D, Clark 127 .................. 43,91,117 Thorsen, Diane 117 .........,..., 33,88,136 Thorsen, Karen 117 ...................,...... 33 Threadglll, Janloe 117 .................,.. 33 Thurman, John 117 .......................... 3 Thwreatt, Elaine 117 .........,...... 33,118 Tlerney, Michael 137 .... 53,87,96,155 Tlmmermann, Jlm 147 .............. 76,87 Tock, Carole 127 ........................ 43,104 Tomanek, Charles 117 .............. 33,146 Tompkins, Carole 117 .......,.,....,..,.,,, 33 Tonn, Jean 117 ..........................., 33,118 Tonn, Lorraine 127 .,.......... 43,109,110 Tonsul, Baldenar 117 Torrens, John 137 ...... .............. 5 2,168 Toussaint, Charlene 117 ..........,... 118 Tracy, Carolyn 117 ...... 33.85.117.152 Tracy, Marllyn 147 .................... 76,141 Trader, Beverly 127 Trader, Joan 137 .............. 53,160,161 Wllle, Ralph 147 ................ 79,147,166 Wlller, Judy 137 ........................ 54 .120 Wlller, Nancy 117 ........................ 34.95 Williams, Karen 117 .................. 27,34 williams, Mike 117 .......................... 34 Willis, Carole 117 ............................ 34 Wlllner, Candy 127 ........43,88.92,93,106.134 Wllson, Annlta 127 Barbara R. 137 .........- 54.122 Wilson, Wilson, Barbara C. 137 ........54,114,120,135 Edward 147..79.158,168.170 Wlltgen, Barb 127 ................ ............ 43 Wilson, Wiltshire, Gall 147 .................,.. 79.122 Wlnlarskl, Jim 117 ...................... 34,90 Wlnkelhake, Ralph 127 .................... 4-3 Wlnkelman, Marcia 147 .................. 79 Wlnkelman, Roy 137 Winkler, Bever ey 117 ...... 34,108,109 Winters, Dick 147 ................,... 79.113 Wlntz, Leon 127 ........................ 43,156 Wlrman, John 117 ............................ 34 Wischstadt, Sharon 147 ............ 79,108 Wlst, Nita 127 .................................... 43 Wistar, Judy 117 ......,..........,...... 34,104 Wlszowaty, Geraldine 147 ............ 79 Withey, Mark 137 .........,.................... 54 Withey, Susan 117 .............. 34,118,130 Witt, Herman 117 ...........,.......... 34,155 Witt, Kenneth 127 .....,.... ............... 4 3 Wltteck, Ray 117 ................--.-.-.------. 34 Wlttek, Rozanne 117 ....,..... 34,104,136 Witter, Kay 137 ................................ 54 Wolden, Barbara 147 ,..,....79,94,108,109,116,141 Wolden. Dick 117 ..........,................... 34 Varnado, Dave 137 ........,........... 53,153 Vasy, Dick 127 .................................. 43 Vaughan, Les 147 ........ 76,145,168,170 Verheeck, Donna 147 ...................... 76 Verheeck, Judy 117 .......................... 34 Vesillus, Ray 147 ......,... ................ 76 Vetter, John 147 ............ ...... ..... 7 6 .94 Vickery, Don 117 .................,.... 34,159 Vldrlck, Thomas 127 ..-.... ................, 43 Virgil, Randy 147 .,........ ...,..... 7 6,140 vim, Art 117 .......................,...... 34.159 Vltoux, Joy 147 ......................,..... 76.96 Vittinghotf, Karl 127 ......----------.. ,--- 4 3 Vivlrlto, Judy 127 ..,........... 43,106,115 Vlcek, Joe 127., ..........,. ......... .......-.--- - 4 3 Vlock, Joanne 117 ........ ................ 34 Voigt, Bob 137 ..... ........... ......... 53 , 167 Voigt, Kelth 117 ....,.....A..........------- ---- 34 Volkmann, Carol 137 ........................ 53 Von Almen, Lew 137 .........,.......,.,.... 53 Von Bergen, Melvin 127 ........ 43,111 Bergen, Gordon 147 ........ 76,111 Von Von Boeckmann, Thomas 137 ........53,96,165,180 Kutzleben, Rickie 117 ........27,M,116 Von Weller, Tom 137 ......,......................... 54 Wellman, William 147 ........ 57,79,96 Wells, Mary Jo 127 .................... 43,120 Welsh, Patty A. 117 .................. 34.118 Wemheuer, Robert F. 117 .... 34,149 Wenkau, Pat S. 117 .......................... 34 Werner, Dennis 127. ......................... 43 Wertheimer, Dave 147 ............ 79,178 Wolf, Wolf, Wolf, Wolf, Wolf. Wolf, Wolf, Wolfe, Barbara 137 ......,......... 47.54.125 Edward 147 ...................... 79,158 Ellen 137 ...,........ 54.122.124.131 Joan 127..37,43,94,116.12O.135 Joseph 127 ........................ 43,88 Lois 127 ..... . .............. 43,120,121 Robert 127 .............................. 43 VorBroker, Linda 147 ,........... ......,. 7 6 Vorhees, Valorle 117 ........ 34,108,109 Vorls, Llnda 127 ........,,.....,........ 43,110 Vork, Karen 137 ................ 53.122114 Voss, Nancy 117 ........ W ............34:109 Wade, John 117 ............ ................ 34 Wade, Thomas 127 .........,.....,.... 43.122 Waggoner, Cheri 117 .............,.. 34,136 Wagner, Bob 137 .......... ...... . 153.147 Wagner, Jan 127 ..........,............. 43.120 Wahl, Edward 137 .... - .......... 53,89,90 Wahl, Warren 117 ........ ........... 34 ,91 Wake, Robert 137 ........ Walden, Bill 137 ........,. Waldron, Bob 117 ............ Waldrop, Joyce 117 ........ Wallnskl, Sandra 117 ................ 34,86 Walker. Debbie 137 ..... Walker, Roberta 127 ........ Walker, Stephen 117 ........ Wall, Carol 127 ................ Wallhoff, Grant 117 ................ 34.155 Trampf, Joseph 127 .......................... 43 Trampt, Norman 117 ........................ 33 Trausch, Clarence 147 .............. 76,170 Trausch, Robert 117 ...................... 156 Traver, Jim 137 .................. 53,146,168 Treabess, Ron 127 .........................,,. 43 Tremberth, Shari 117 ................ 33,88 Trendel, Carol 127 ............................ 43 Trever, Janet 117 ........... ........ 33 ,118 Trinka, Bob 137 ........................ 53,113 Troha, Denny 117 .............................. 33 Trude, Joan 127 .... 43.94,116,122,152 Truelsen, Betty 137 .......................... 53 Truelson, Les 117 ..........,................... 33 Tuchten, Michelle 117 ...................... 33 Tuegel, Richard 117 ........................ 33 Tuttle, Nick 117 ............ 27,33,149,155 Tynls. Sandra 127 Uhlhorn, Roger 137 ..........,. 53,92,134 Ulbrlch, Ken 137 ................................ 53 Ullzze, Jean 127 ..............................,. 43 Ullrlck, Allen 127 ................ 43,148,156 Ulrlch, Carol 127 ..............,.......,....... 43 Ulrlch, Gerald 147 ............................ 76 Ungaro, James 117 .................... 33.149 Urban. Gall 117 ............................ 33,86 Utt, Mary 147 ,............ ...76,131.13'7,140 Walloch, Edward 127 ,.... . ................ 43 Wallor, Andrew 137 ........................ 53 Wallrich, John 117 ............ 34,146,159 Walsh, Barry 147 ...................... 77,131 Walsh, Richard 117 ....................,..... 34 Walt, Pat 127 ..............................,....... 43 Walter, Warren 117 ..............,........... 34 Walters, Dennis 137 .............,.. 53,158 Ward, Jeanie 117 ........ 34.130,133,134 Warejcka, Deanna 147 .......... 134,114 Warfield, Gwen 147 .................. 77,135 Warfield, Pam 117 .................... 34,118 Warnecke, Mike 137 . ....... 47,53,122,154,155,167 Warren, Ann 117 .................. 34,88,117 Warren, Helen 117 .................... 34,118 Wasko, Karen 127 ............... ........... 1 O6 Waterman, Dianne 127 .... 43.121186 Watkins, Bruce 117 ..... ......... 34 ,88,95 Watson, Luree 127 ............................ 43 Weseman, Carole 127 ...................... 43 Wesler, Georgianne 117 .................. 34 Wesley, Sandra 137 .........,..............., 54 Wessies, Bette 127 .................... 43,116 wessung, Judy 147 .......................... 79 Wessling, Kathy 117 .........,...... 34.109 Wessling, Sharon 127 .... 43,88,96.109 West, Barbara 147 .................... 79.105 West, Geraldine M. 117 .................. 34 West. Neal 137 Westberg, Barb K. 117 .................. 34 Westberg, Ralph 137..54,96,115,158 Westcott. 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