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

 - Class of 1960

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It was hard to give up that evening with the boys just because he had a test coming up. But soon it became more or less second nature to him. He dis- covered, to his amazement, that the more he studied, the more he wanted to study. Sometimes it seemed to overwhelm him. He worked hard on one assignment only to find a bigger and more difficult one waiting for him. He felt as if he was getting nowhere. But he had kept at it and was proud of that accomplishment. Then came the day when it all paid off. Boy, he had been nervous going into his homeroom that day. It seemed as if his homeroom teacher had never moved so slow as when he handed out the report cards. At last he got his. He turned it over slowly and nearly shout- ed out loud. He'd made the honor roll and now he was eligible for a four semester honor pin! As he sat on the stage during the honor assembly he looked at all of his classmates seated 'Ollt in the au- dience and felt extra proud that he had managed to reach these heights in knowledge and deserved that pin. Sociabilit It was here at last. The prom, with all its magical and happy specialnessg was tonight. She swirled to meet him in the rustle of chiffon, and he couldn't help noticing how attractive she looked. gif gl M iw She thought of how hectic the last week had been. Concentration was so hard to come by when she had the prom to think about. And she had been so busy getting ready. From choosing her formal to the last minute de- tails of her hair, she had been in a wonderful whirl. His weeks had been full too. Choosing a corsage, getting a new suit, and a hair cut-yes he had been busy too. He hoped she would like the corsage. Would she notice that he had washed and waxed the car? Was his tie on right? It had taken him a long time to de- cide which one to wear. He had almost been late. Well, this was that all-important night. She pinned on her corsage and he adjusted his tie nervously. Then their eyes met and they smiled happily at each other. This was the perfect night for two to enjoy together. She smiled a little to herself. She could remem- ber how nervous she had been three weeks ago. She was almost sure that he was on the verge of asking her to the prom but every time she managed to steer the conversation around to it, he had gotten nervous and changed the subject. Then he had asked her when she was least expecting it. Boy, he could remember how nervous he had been about asking her! He was sure she would say no, but he managed to work up courage, and she accepted him. Activities Service-that could certainly be her motto. The number -of hours she had devoted to school musical programs proved she had been of service, but music was her favorite activity, so she hadn't minded the time. After all, what were activities for, but to take part in, to serve in, and to enjoy? She had learned that rewarding experiences were often the result of par- ticipation in extra-curricular activities. The thing she had liked most about activities she had been in was the friendliness of the kids. It was fun to get together with others who shared her ideas and interests. And then, it was interesting to' plan group projects and services, too. She liked musicg she enjoyed listening to it and singing it, but it was even more fun to play it. So she had become more and more involved in putting in time for the music department. It certainly didn't 6 seem like work to her, she got a feeling of happiness out of doing something worthwhile and enjoyable. Service takes -on many forms. She was able to find time for other things from painting posters to selling, student directories. Working with fellow students in school activities presented many new opportunities for friendships and for expression of ideas. Activities pro- vided added interest and a pleasant diversion from day-time classes. - ' Yes, she knew the advantages and the profits of taking part. It benefited the student as well as the club. She felt happy, and even a little proud, to know that she had done her best in service of her school. thletics He looked at the quarterback pass that scored the winning touchdown, at the varsity cager ready to spring into action with a jump shot, at the pitcher throwing a beautiful curve. He sighed and closed the sports mag- azine. Someday, he thought, someday, I'll be like one of those fellows. That was a long time ago. He had just been a kid then. Sports had been all glory to him, nothing but ad-- miration and cheers. Well, that played a part in it too, but there was more behind athletics than that. Sports meant many things to different people. It meant hot dogs and hoarse throats to the fans, and aching muscles and trying to whip up enthusiasm for the cheer- leaders. To him it meant other things. It meant bumps, bruises, satisfaction. It was kind of a nebulous, fuzzy satisfaction. He really couldn't explain it. Nothing else gave him the feeling of achievement that winning a game did. And nothing could beat that closeness of the team working together. That made him feel proud to be a part of the cheers and boos and the victories and the losses. It was great. He'd gained a lot from athletics. He'd improved his co-ordination and build and learned how to get along with others. That was something athletics taught you the hard way. If you couldnit get along with your teammates, the team work necessary to winning ,just wouldn't be there. ' He'd found that personal gain lost its importance, and the glow of satisfaction for team accomplishment became the goal whenever an athlete became a great. Well, he really wasn't a great athlete, he knew that only too well, but he still got that glow. Well, he had fulfilled that dream. He was now a quarterback, a basketball guard, and a pitcher for the Arlington Cardinals. It had taken a lot of work, a lot of time and a lot of patience. It was worth it. He had a personal satisfaction of doing something really worth- while. He had learned the meaning of the words, re- sponsibility, teamwork, and leadership. He was proud of his achievements and grateful for the things taught him. as-Mwrm -as W-vm ' ' I ndividualit Although she could not be found walking in the halls at Arlington High School this year, Marie Martin was a member of the senior class. Unlike the average Arlington senior, Marie found her classrooms in Ha- waii, japan, and all over Europe. After three years of hard studying, which were used to scurry up her rope of knowledge, Marie was chosen for the scholarship to study with the Interna- tional School Abroad. She was chosen as the outstand- ing participant in a conference on world affairs held on the campus of Illinois State Normal University and sponsored by the Foreign Relations Project. At the close of the conference she learned that her work had earned her a 5,000 dollar scholarship which would finance a work and study tour abroad. Her senior year featured many changes for Marie. For instance, while most A.H.S. seniors took their col- lege board exams in the high school cafeterias, Marie took hers in faraoff Hong Kong. Spending Christmas in New Delhi and Easter in Paris were other changes to which Marty had to adjust. During the year Arling- ton students were able to know what Marty and the ISA had been doing and where they were going through articles in Time and Life magazines. Her impressions and individual ideas were expressed by letters which 8 she had written and which had been printed in the Arlington Cardinal. Marie's fellow students at Arlington were truly proud of the fact that one of Arlington's students was representing their school on all the corners of the world. Indeed, it is a great honor to act as a seventeen year old diplomat. In attaining "the heights of individuality," Marie has discovered that her individual characteristics are possessions which must be carefully guarded from the mediocrity of conformity. Through the use of her :own individuality, Marie Martin has found her way around the world. Ijaye of Confenis . . KNOWLEDGE SOCIABILITY ATHLETICS ACTIVITIES INDIVIDUALITY I0 HEIGHT IN KNCWLEDGE "Is that what he really said?" "Uh-huh, so I told him, 'Well, I'm sorry, but if that is the way you feel . . . ' 'I "Say, you kids, don't we have any of the new records around here? This is ancient stuff that's on now." She was beginning to get a little peeved. She had thought that they were here to study, but apparently she had thought wrong. Well, she was go- ing to do her homework, even if they kept on ignoring theirs. "You guys, do you think I should go on a diet? I guess I really should lose weight! Maybe some exercises would help. Does anybody know of some good ones that would . . . " "Did you hear about Jan? She's been going out with some fellow from . . . " Won't those kids ever stop gabbing? Do'n't they ever run out of some- thing to say? For Pete's sake, this wasn't supposed to be a keep-talking ses- sion. She felt like screaming with irritation. How could she study with them jabbering like, like-well, jabbering. She hadn't lugged all of these text- books over here for nothing this afternoon. That history test tomorrow was going to be a real beaut, and she had to study for it now or else. "Say did anyone see that new program on TV the other night? I haven't laughed so hard in ages. It was just a panic. They had the funniest comedian on. He told this joke about . . . " 5-4-5-6-they really aren't such bad kids. They just talked too much. Oh, well she was just tired. After all, she had been going pretty hard lately. What with club meetings, term papers, tests, and telephone calls she just wasn't getting enough sleep. And then she got so irritable. Maybe she was the one that was out of tune. Boy, she wished they would be quiet. "Hey, have you noticed, girls, we have a real student in our midst?" "Yeah, I noticed that. Isn't it disgusting?" "Such an honor, yet." "Betty, you study too hard. What are you trying to learn? Good heavens, you know how to flirt, catch you man, and live on Fritos, hot dogs, cokes and Ricky Nelson. So, why bother? What else is there to know?" She thought it all over. Maybe they were right. She had been kind of a dull Jill lately. All work and no play was making a wreck of her. "O.K. kids," she said, "I get the hint. Hey, doll, I know a good set of exercises that will help you lose weight right away. And another thing, that . . Mr. E. Charles Lockwood, Jr., Dr. Keith G. Wurtz, Dr. Daryl B. Oldaker, Mr. Kenneth E. Dougan, Mrs. Alma Fontaine, Mr. Arvell C. Rumrey, Mr. William H. Spomer. Executives Put Their Policies Into Practice Contemplating plans for the future year, Mr. H. Slichenmyer, the superintendent of District 214, looks forward to even greater heights. Supervision of a four Year hlgh School for the flrst mme since 1956 has been a challenge to all those in administra- tive positions. An increase of students meant an increase in problems which administrators had to solve. Under the leadership of Mr. Kenneth E. Dougan, the Board of Education was responsible for the general policies of the high school. Superintendent H. L. Slichenmyer served as a liaison between the administration and the Board of Education. Together, Mr. Slichenmyer and Mr. Oliver organized and directed school procedure. As principal of Arlington High School, Dr. E. Eugene Oliver carried out the plans of the Board of Education, seeing that all teachers, employees, and students were in- formed of these plans and additions or changes in policy. Mr. Bruno W. Waara, assistant principal, had charge of student-teacher activities. From the beginning of regis- tration in August throughout the school year, all changes in students' schedules were supervised by Mr. Waara. Helping these men in the administrative and business offices were the secretaries, who handled students' records, teachers' supplies, tests, payrolls, mail, and the switchboard. I2 In spite of the paper work which is always piling higher on his Changes! Changes! Mr. Bruno Waara tackles another student sched- desk, Dr. Oliver, chief administrator, finds a moment to relax. ule change, only one of his many tasks as administrative assistant. t d t C U d . . t t. . Secrefaries Second Row: Dorothy Bing, Pat Sessous, Virginia Jaeger, Lee Pal- sen, Helene Guenther. First Row: Emily Bergland, Lydia Griesser, mer, Irvin Cuscaden, Evelyn Panek, Elsie May, Bernice Amundson, Mary Lou Johnson, Jean Hanauer, Mary Elizabeth Smith. Lucille Glllon, Sally Carl, Edith Ewert, Maybelle Slepica, Nan Jan- l I 3 Molehills of paperwork develop into mountains of problems which are Janet Rightmire and Vikki Van Ness confront Mr. Nelson Lowry, dean efficiently solved by Mr. Schaff, Business Administrator at AHS. Always Read To Aid Here's a problem that entails considerable work. Take 2,185 active teenagers, and sprinkle them liberally over a 159-room building. Then help them solve their problems, large and small, and maintain a tidy school for them. Last, balance the budget that provides for all of this activity. Sound unsolvable? Well, it's being done every day at Ar- lington High School. Helping the student understand his relation to the school was the job of Arlington's Dean, Mr. Nelson Lowry, who tried to maintain harmony at A.H. Mr. John Schaff, the school's business manager, is the person to notify if a bus is late. He also directs the financial transactions dealing with the school and its organizations. This year's counselors, Mr. Whiteside, Miss Hampton, Mr. Kunnen, Mr. Cashen, Mr. Claney, Mr. F eiereisel, Mr. Randle, Mr. Thomas, Miss Harrison, Mrs. Riordan, and Miss Craig have helped to guide students in the right di- rection for both the present and the future. The job of filling the stomachs of wild-eyed, hungry students has been filled by the cooking staff under the direction of Miss Mary Handlin. Under the guidance of Mr. William Greismeyer, Ar- lington's new chief engineer, students were for the first time employed to be of aid to the regular janitorial staff. I4 at AHS, with another of those innumerable little white slips of-paper. Knowledge of college is the principal problem of these students who consult senior counselors Miss Hampton and Mr. Whiteside. Cooks Fourth Row: Lorraine Stoffel, Jean Bebbers, Ethel Behrens, Lor- Sylvia Chiles. Second Row: Mary Horcher, Jeannette I-Ielfers, Lillian raine Radke, Clara Mass. Third Row: Bertha Meyer, Evelyn Peters, Meyer, Marie Sass. First Row: Margaret Rush, Sophia Meinkem, Gertrude Strauwald, Lillian Mueller, Margaret Kranz, Olga Pratchen, Lee Koeneman. O0 S TL usto ICLTLS . . . 8 TL LU' S Cusfodians Second Row: Carl Johnson, Sigmund Spiltberger, Walter Trener, First Row: Ray Friese, Mike Klein, Emily Selof, Bob Griesmeyer, Leon Anderson, Anton Putz, Chuck Ferrari, Art Beyer, Pete Fischer. Dennis Hertel. I5 Facul First Row: Mr. Charles E. Aldrich, Physical Education: B.A. and M.A., University of Tulsa. Mr. Larry I-I. Ander- son, Business Education: B.A., Western Illinois University. Mr. Robert Archambault, Foreign Language: B.A., James- town, College: M.A., Columbia University. Mr. Russell R. Attis, Physical Education: B.S. and M.S, University of Illinois. Second Row: Miss Joanne Austin, Physical Education: B.S., George Williams College. Mr. Peter Babris, Foreign Lan- guage: B.A., University of Latvia: M.A., University of South Dakota. Mr. Robert J. Baker, Physical Education: B.S., Northern Illinois University. Mr. Donald Beane, Mathematics: A.B., Iowa Wesleyan College: M.A., Univer- sity of Illinois. Third Row: Miss Marjorie J. Beu, Music: B.M., B.M. Ed. and M.M. Ed., American Conservatory of Music. Miss Doris L. Black, Social Science: B.S., South Dakota College: M.A., University of Colorado. Mr. Robert G. Boesel, Eng- lish: B.A., Nebraska State Teachers College-Peru: M.A.. Northeastern University. Mr. Frank Bohac, Mathematics and Physical Education: B.S. and M.Ed., University of Illinois. Fourth Row: Miss Mildred C. Bopp, Librarian: B.S. and B.L.S., University of Illinois: M.A., Columbia University. Mr. Bernard L. Brock, Social Science and English: B.S., Illinois State Normal University. Mr. Sid Brown, Core: B.S.Ed. Nebraska State Teachers College-Peru. Mr. A. F. Brownell Jr., Mathematics: B.S.Ed., Northern Illinois University. . Fifth Row: Miss Lillian Callihan, Business Education: B.E., Western University: M.B.A., Denver University. Mr, Ro- land Cai-anci, Core: B.S., and M.Ed., University of Colo- rado. Mr. Valjean M. Cashen, Guidance: B.S. and M.S., Southern Illinois University. Mrs. Wilberta Chinn, Sci- ence: B.S., Wheaton College. Sixth Row: Mrs. Howett Clnney, Guidance: B.S., East Central State: M.A., Columbia University. Miss Betty Cobb, English: B.A., Illinois College: M.A., University of Illinois. Mr. Francis J. Coleman, Science: B.E., Northern Illinois University. Mr. Reuben M. Conrad, Core: A.B.. Bluffton College: M.A., University of Illinois. Seventh Row: Miss Carol Cooper, Home Economics: B.S.. Iowa State University. Miss Martha A. Craig, Guidance: A.B., Olivet College M.A. University of Illinois. Mr. Wil- liam Daletski, English: B.A., St. Bene-dicts College. Mr. R. L. DePalma, Science: B.S., Rocky Mountain College: M.S., Northwestern University. Eighth Row: Mrs. Marguerite B. Dietrich, Foreign Lan- guage: B.S., Northwestern University. Mr. R. L. Eckert, Driver Education: B.S., Culver-Stockton: B.S.. Northern Illinois University. Mr. Robert Emmons, Science: B.S.. University of Illinois. Mrs. Hazel M. Faulkner, Business Education: B.S., Kansas State College: M.A., Northwest- ern University. Facull First Row: Mr. Clarence Feiereisel, Guidance and Core: B.S. Ed. and M.A., University of Illinois. Miss Margaret E. Firth, Language: Grand Island College and University of Chicago: M.A. University of Iowa. Mr, Edward Fischer, Art: B.A.E. and M.A.E., Art Institute of Chicago. Mr. Julius D. Fliehler, Science: B.S., Wheaton College: M,A., Michigan State University. Second Row: Mr. William R.. Foust, Art: B.A.E., Art Institute of Chicago, Miss Martha J. Frey, English: B.E. Western University: M.A. University of Denver. Mr. Don- ald M. Fyfe, English: A.B. and M.A., University of Mich- igan: John Hay Fellowship 1958-1959, Yale University. Mr. William Gallagher, Art: B.A.E., Art Institute of Chicago. Third Row: Mr. Bruno T. Gellert, Foreign Language: B.S., Lodz-Poland: M.A., Warsaw-Poland. Miss Sarah Gipson, Physical Education: B.S., University of Illinois. Mr. Roland R. Goins, Science: B.S., Illinois Wesleyan University: M.S., University of Illinois, Mr. Robert Grabitz, Social Science: B.S., University of Oregon. Fourth Row: Mr. Wallace Grace, Director of Athletics and Physical Education: A.B. and M.S., University of Illinois. Mr. John WV. Griffith, Industrial Arts: B.S. Ed., Northern Illinois University: M.S., University of Illinois. Mrs. Jean Guthrie, Business Education, B.S., University of Illinois. Miss Leotta Hampton, Guidance and Social Science, B.S. and M.S., South Dakota State College. Fifth Row: Miss Mary S. Handlin, Cafeteria Director, B.S. James Millikin University, M.A. Columbia University. Miss Cynthia Haram, Physical Education, B.S., North- western University. Mr. G. Harrington, Social Science, B,Ed., Illinois State Normal University, M.S. Ed., South- ern Illinois University. Mrs. Bettie Jane Harrison, Guid- ance, B.S., Indiana State Teachers College, M.S., Purdue University. Sixth Row: Miss Virginia Harrod, English, A.B., Eureka College, M.A., University of Illinois. Mr. Harold Henson, Industrial Arts, B.S., Illinois State Normal, Mr. Thomas Herrmann, English, B.A., State University of Iowa. Mr. Donald J. Hruby, Science: B.S. Ed. and M.S. Ed. North- ern Illinois University. Seventh Row: M1-s. Ivah T. I-Infnagel, Nurse, B.S. and M.A. Ed., Loyola University. Mr. Gay C. Hughes, Physical Education: B.S., University of Illinois: M.S., Northern Illinois University. Mr. James L. Jacobs, Foreign Lan- guage: B.A. and M.A., University of Illinois. Mr. Michael J. Karon, Science: B.S., University of Illinois. Eighth Row: Mr. James E. King, Science: B.S., Iowa Wesleyan College: M.A., Iowa State Teachers College. Mr. Maurice Klotz, Social Science: B.A. and M.A., Uni- versity of Illinois. Mr, Dennis K1-al, English: B.S., Univer- sity of Wisconsin. Mr. James Kunnen, Business and Guidance: B.S., Ball State: M.A., University of Michigan. 1 , 1, rw. q I KAI 'iiitlfl' kai! fi F acult First Row: Mr. Curtis R. Larsen, Industrial Arts: University of Illinois. Mr. George Larson, Mathematics: B.S. and University of Illinois. Mr. Maurice Levy, Driver Education: B.S. and M.A. Ed., University of Illi- nois, Miss Alma Leonhard, English: B.A., Illinois College' M.A., University of Chicago. I Second Row: Mr. Chad H. Lindner, Core: B.S. and M.A., University of Wisconsin. Mr. R. C. McLennan, Mathematics B.A. Iowa State Teachers College, M.A., Northwestern University. Miss Leta McMillin, Business Education, M.A., Columbia University. Mr. Jack Martin, English: B.S. Illinois State Normal University. Third Row: Mrs. Rita Mayes, Home Economics: B.S.. Stout State College. Mr. Roy D. Meiller, Science, B.A., LaCrosse State College, M.S., Colorado State College. Mr. Ralph R. Meyer, Science, B.S., University of Illinois. Mr. Charles J. Miller, Industrial Arts, B.S. and M.S., Eastern Illinois University. ' Fourth Row: Mrs. Irene K. Moulton, Business Education, B.S. Indiana State Teachers College. Mr. Paul N. Mueller, Science, B.S., Northern Illinois University. Mr. Richard Mueller, Core, B.A. and M.A., University of Illinois. Mr. Douglas K. Murphy, English, B.A.. Louisiana Polytechnic Institute, M.A., Northwestern University, Fifth Row: Mr. Norman H. Nielsen, Foreign Language A.B., Nebraska State College, A.M., University of Illinois. Miss Helen Nachbauer, Mathematics, B.S., Northern Illi- nois University, M.S.Ed., University of Illinois. Mr. Paul VV. 0'Den, English, B.A., San Diego State College, M.A., University of Chicago. Mr. E. Elliot Ormsbee, Busi- ness Education, B.S. Bradley University, M.S., Northern Illinois University. Sixth Row: Mr. Norman Patberg, Social Studies, B.S., Eastern Illinois University, M.S., Northern Illinois Uni- versity. Mr. Edward Paulus, Industrial Education, M.A., Northwestern University. Mr. Morris J. Pumphrey, Sci- ence, B.S.Ed. Illinois State Normal University M.S. Ed. University of Illinois. Mr. Nicholas J. Raino, Mathematics, B.S., Northern Teachers College. Seventh Row: Mr. VV. L. Randle, Guidance, B. of Ed., M.S.Ed., Southern Illinois University. Mr. Robert Rees, Mathematics, BS.Ed., and M.S.Ed., Illinois State Normal University Mr. Avon D. Reeves, Industrial Education, B.S., Northwest State College, M.S., Bradley University. Mrs. Roberta Rice, Speech Correction, BSS., Northwestern University. Eighth Row: Mr. Thomas L. Rite, Core: B.S. and M.S. Ed., Western Illinois State College. Mr. Donald Ring, Science: B.S., Northern Illinois University. Miss M. Ethel Riordan, Guidance: M.S.W. and -Ph.B., Loyola University. Miss Doral Rose, Physical Education: B.S., Northern Illi- nois University: M.Ed., University of Illinois. Facult First Row: Mr. Louis Sohairer, Science: B.E., University of Illinois. Mr. Kenneth Schaller, Core: A.B., Washington University: M.A., University of Wisconsin. Mrs. Dorothy Scharf, Home Economics: B.S., Stout State College. Mr. Fredrick C. Schmoyer, Music: B.A., University of Michi- gan: M.M.Ed., University of Pennsylvania. Second Row: Mr. Richard Seibel, Business Education: B.S., Kansas State Teachers College. Mr. Thomas Shirley, Mathematics: B.S. and M.S., Illinois State Normal Uni- versity. Mr. Evan D. Shull, Mathematics: B.S. and M.S.Ed., Illinois State Normal University. Mr. Norbert T. Siewert, Foreign Language: A.B., Marquette University: M.S., Western Illinois State University. Third Row: Mr. Alfred I-I. Snap, English: B.A. and M.A., University of Illinois. Mr, Roger Steingrraber, Driver Education: B.S. and Ed.M., University of Illinois. Mrs. Donna Swanson, Home Economics: B.S., North Central College. Mr. Don Thomas, English and Guidance: B.A., University of Dubuque: M.A., University of Illinois. fi' --l. I I W I I "fl, ,' ',' ' fy ', fu, L Juju, X, Q pg gl. 1."fLJ.t'lf"V:f Fon-rth Row: Mr. Edward Tom-ek, Social Science: B.A., Stanford University: M.A., University of Nebraska. Mr. James F. Ulrich, Mathematics: B.E., Northern Illinois University: M.A., University of Chicago. Miss Judelle Walke, Business Education: B.S., State University of Iowa. Mr. WV. David Whiteside, Guidance: B.A., and M.A., Southern Illinois University. Fifth Row: Miss Nancy Wilson, English: A.B., Augustana Colle-ge. Miss Dorthea Wolf, English: B.Ed., Illinois State Normal University: A.M., University of Illinois, Mr, Rob- ert D. Kvolff, Music: A.B., Carthage College: North- Western University: Ph.D., Columbia University. X I While photographing the Homecoming parade, Mr. Larsen and Mr. Waara unknowingly become camera subjects. Looking for a formula which will solve the problem of all semester "It's all in the cards," comments Miss Bopp while she deals out in- tests, Denny Fitzpatrick Wonders if he will survive his initial exams. "Ah-ah-ow-ow-oo-oo!" Janet Dubs' shrieks please Mike McKernan who dangles prize "rana pipiens" specimen over her shoulder. 20 formation to freshmen as they are introduced to library facilities. Freshmen Know- ow Apprehensive and eager, four hundred and eighty fresh- men entered AHS this fall. Many immediately joined clubs, embarked on athletic careers, and participated in dramatic and musical productions so that the strangeness of high school was replaced by the feeling of security. Under the direction of the class sponsors, Mr. Cashen and Miss Claney, the yearls activities began. The freshman class party was held on October 11 with entertainment provided by upperclassmen. Later in Gctober, the frosh began campaigning for class officers. Two weeks after, they elected their Student Council representatives and their class board. The freshmen looked forward to Homecoming with en- thusiasm. Although none of the freshmen floats placed, the freshmen enjoyed working on them during the hectic nights before the parade. The cheers led by Sally Moore, Margo Hauff, and Laurel Gray added excitement to the frosh-soph game. Later in the year the frosh participated in the Talent Show and sponsored the March turn-about. The Freshmen were required to take one year of math- ematics and one year of biology. Meeting these requirements were general mathematics and algebra. General math was a survey course reviewing fundamental concepts, and algebra was an introduction to problem solving. Biology opened the doors to the secrets of living things, both plant and animal. AHS Hall of Fame gives Karen Kastning a chance to brag about past athletic success and make predictions While orienting freshmen. ' -nf Freshmen Feature Fun From F ads To F relic r- '- ' What spirit! This time Cardinal Jackie Miller is the early bird. With "Things are dull and crowd's in a lull." Freshmen display a tradi- her ponnants flying the team is sure to come through with a victory. tional bashfulness during Frosh Party, the get-acquainted dance. Zl "But that wasn't supposed to be funny!" exclaims orator Bill Poole as the tribulations of a. sophomore speech class becomes apparent. Symbolizing Aspiring ophomore Scholars Perfecting the fundamentals of foot- work upon the dance floor, these sophomores exhibit c o 1' r e c t form. No time for a Siesta as Spanish students Sue Cornelius and John Bloschinsky ponder Spanish fiction. 22 16-13-4 or 4-13-16? Sophomore Bob Wenzel encounters after-vacation Admitting defeat, Bob finds his problem easily so lved when he re- dilemma of determining number that is the key to the combination. sorts to using the saw that Dean Lowry keeps for such occasions. Troubles, Triumphs Round Out Soph Year SPIRIT is the sophomore claim to fame, as the class of '62 completes its successful second year. Enthusiastically entering school activities, the sophomores showed the "best spirit yet," and can look back on their activities with a feeling of accomplishment. Class-officer campaigns at the beginning of the year gave the sophomores a chance to show their spirit by run- ning for offices and serving the school. Because of the large number of students running for each office, the candidates were excused from making campaign speeches. Not entirely excused from making speeches, the stu- dents returned to their classes only to find a sophomore speech class at the top of their schedules. To round out the sophomore curriculum such subjects as physical science and plane geometry often presented problems. Giving their class treasury a boost, the class of '62 worked on concessions at gamesg selling candy, popcorn, elevator passes, and pop. Cheering on the sophomore football and basketball teams proved to be an enjoyable pastime, and a good time to show class spirit. Copying Dog-patch style, the sophomores sponsored the November turn-about which was the girl-ask-boy dance. What, the girl calls for the boy? Mary Pietrolonardo p 1 a y s Sadie Hawkins before the Harvest Hop. 23 American History is the only toler- able topic of discussion at Miss Black's daily Junior open house. uniors Struggle Toward Scholastic Success Nervously awaiting their drivers' training test are N. Johnson, J. Driscoll, J. Dow, and N. Ristow. t'But he said that the slide rule makes logarithms so much easier! " complains worried Wally Friker. 24 uniors Whirled Un "That the junior class is quite completei' is a phrase heard several times this year-as the juniors were willing and able to sing their class song anywhere and everywhere. After glancing back through the school year one sees that the class of '61 had good reason to be proud. Guiding the class toward its goal-a successful junior prom-the class officers set a pace for junior money-making activities. This year along with regularly elected representa- tives, class board was supplemented with a number of members-at-large chosen by the officers to help in prom preparations. Working for fun and profit, the junior class opened Arlington's social season with the Kick-off Dance. Designing bids and putting up decorations paid off 5 the dance was a success, and the class treasury once again grew. However, effort was yet needed to make the prom reality. Furthering its cause, the class of ,Bl proceeded to earn funds for the treasury by working on concessions at football and basketball games. They sold pop, candy, popcorn, and A Carousel Uf Activit anything else that would earn money. Their goal seemed to be coming closer. Soon Homecoming week had arrived with its last-minute planning and hurry--and the juniors entered its whirlwind activities with breathless excitement. Floats, mums, the coro- nation, victory over RB, and the dance on Saturday were all part of Homecoming Week 59-60. Settling down, the juniors turned their thoughts to the work at hand-homework. Among the many subjects offer- ed to juniors, the one most groaned about was American History. This was also the time of the year when the third- year English students were introduced to American litera- ture and authors, and such topics as Poc, plot, and "The Pit and the Pendulumi' were explained to them. Suddenly it was May 27, and the night of the junior Prom was before the juniors. The challenge had been met, and the goal had been accomplished-the band began to play the first melody of that never-to-be-forgotten evening and slowly the couples began to drift onto the dance floor. These thirsty fans, milling around the coke stand, do not know they are pay- ing for the forthcoming Junior Prom. Counting the days, Pat O'Brien's mind PROMenades with dreams of "the loveliest night of the year." 25 l l Devoted seniors Glenys Rudd and Vince Bartle ignore fresh frosh Charles Reed and Eddie Gratzer. Pounding on Tom Simmons' head, senior boys squash his hat and his spirit during an exciting moment. Supplying the answer to the fad of telephone booth stuffing, Arlington seniors cram Phil Shaw's jalopy. Don't be alarmed! These jubilant graduates are only celebrating in their sophisticated senior manner. Traditionally dressed up for the Homecoming game, these seniors cheered the Cards on to victory. Priority to the first three rows rules, as seniors exercise their au- thority to remove the underclassmen. Seniors display green thumbs as Jim Magnuson and Betsy Castle Ah ha a Hymenoptera I think muses Marilyn Rose as she con industriously augment the population of the greenhouse community. fronts an interesting six legged specimen for her zoology collection Seniors Survive Sociall And Scholastlcall 1960 was the long awaited year for the seniors, for it was the first year they had the privileged opportunity of being true upperclassmen. The split in classes between Ar- lington and Prospect made the seniors underclassmen when they were juniors a year ago and sophomores in '58. After the excitement of Homecoming died down, senior class and student council officers were chosen. At last the seniors saw their classmates in executive positions which had been filled by former upperclassmen. Many seniors took part in the annual College Night at Arlington which provided much useful information for those seniors that were college bound. As winter approached, the senior board made plans for the annual Senior Ball. Various committees were set up to make this year's dance one that would, in the years to come, recall pleasant memories of the senior year at Arlington High School. Other events such as the Talent Show and the Senior Party passed quickly. The seniors were all looking forward to that magic June day when another world would open to them as they graduated. That day finally arrived and the graduating seniors realized that they had passed a milestone. Now they would go their separate ways but they would reserve a place in their memories for the things they had done at Arlington. "Bewitched, Bothered, and Bewilderedj' Tom Simmons faces one of insurmountable sociology problems-learning the art of childcare. Compiling facts from varied sources. illegible scribbling and frazzlcd nerves go into making those dreadful term papers startling successes. Frantic Freshmen To Sophisticated Seniors You'll always be able to tell a freshman by his hurried, worried look. You can always tell a sophomore because he'l1 carry one less book. You can always tell the juniors by their complacent manner and such. You can always tell a senior, but you certainly can't tell him much. Seniors March With Pomp And Circumstance Jay Wheelock, having received his high school diploma, realizes that he has taken an important step along the pathway to greater heights. New alumnae, gleeful graduates, Barbara Swanson, Carol Tock, Lynn Weber, Lois Perz, and Karen Drewes shout farewell to old Arlington. Strains of "Pomp and Circumstance" filling the air, and the gym overflowing with expectation could only be one thing, Graduation- "The footsteps of us all will echo through the hall and disappear." Thursday night with the final chords of the organ another class at Arlington became alumni. As the footsteps moved off in the distance, the graduates carried with them mixed emotions. This was the beginning of a very different life. After working together as part of a class for four years each individual was now free to choose his own course. Friendships would be split and new ones made as the class broke up to go to schools and jobs across the entire country. Memories, however, were foremost in the mind of every senior. Just being in the gym had brought back the thrill of a hard-won basketball game, the excitement of a partic- ularly enthusiastic pep session, and the glamour of the Christmas Ball. The familiar faces all around had recalled experiences both good and bad. Classes might be remembered as very difficult or lots of fun, but nothing could leave an impression like the hours of homework. That trying piece of writing, the term paper, would always be a vivid horror. During their four years, seniors also saw the school undergo changes. Teachers had gone to teach at Prospect, and for two years Arlington was less than a four-class school. With this pleasant reflecting was mixed the irony of the thought that as freshmen the seniors had looked envi- ously at the graduating seniors. The seniors now hoped they would be remembered after their footsteps had faded away. 29 I r V HEIGHTS IN SOCIABILITY Honestly, the decisions a fellow has to make-the problems he faces. Here he was with two adoring freshmen staring up at him, and he couldn't decide which one he should take to the show next Saturday night. Maybe the little blond . . . Gee, she thought, he sure is cute-and what a personality! Going out on a date with him would sure be neat, the absolute utmost, the very end. She loved his eyes, and his shoulders were so broad . . . This sure was a tough one to decide. Now, take that doll on his right. She was a real peppy kid. Lots of bounce and sparkle. He could really have a ball with her. On the other hand-his left--well, she was a pretty cute little gal, too . . . Golly, she wished he'd look her way. Oh, who did she think she was, any- how, she didn't have a chance with a big, sophisticated senior like him. But it was kinda nice to dream. He had the nicest smile, and his voice was so mature. It didn't crack or squeak on every other word, like those infants in her class. But . . . Yep, he thought, now there's a real sweet girl for you. She was a little quiet, but she was probably just a little shy. And, wow, what a smile! This sure was some dilemma. The blond . . . On the other hand, that guy that sat behind her in Biology wasn't so bad. ln fact he was sort of cute. He was shy, but he certainly was nice. She had a feeling that he was going to ask her to the coke dance after the game on Satur- day. And actually, he was more her size. She came just under his chin. And he wasn't a bad dancer, not for a freshman, that is. Maybe she should wait and see if he asked her out next weekend . . . . . . or the doll on his left. Oh yeah, that oo-ke dance was this Saturday. There might just be a chance that one of those bold freshman boys could have asked the blonde to the dance. He wondered if the other one . . . Jeepers, what would she ever talk about with him? What could she say that wouldn't bore him to death? After all, he certainly wasn't interested in dissecting frogs, and she didn't know anything about Sociology or any of that senior stuff. It would probably be better for her to wait for some boy in her own class to notice her. But then again, she might have to wait awhile. Some of those freshmen fellows were kinda slow about noticing girls. But they would be seniors some day too. Maybe, if she waited just awhile one of them would notice . . . Yeah, he had the solution to the whole perplexing problem. These two were dolls, and they obviously adored him, but he was afraid they would have to grow up a little. Now, what about that pretty girl who sat behind him in his English class. After all, those senior girls were more his type, and he . . . Happy as a royal couple could be King Rick and Queen Linda posed for the A.H. Homecoming portrait. With A Queenle Grace And I in I harm From awed freshman to reminiscent senior, Home- coming 1959 was a fantasy of fun and excitement. The festivities began early in October when the seniors chose king and queen candidates and the entire student body voted for their choice. On the afternoon of F riday, October 9, suspense reached its summit as the candidates once more were presented to the student body. They entered amid paths of roses, dreamy castles and the singing of the Choraliers and Harmonettes. In this magic setting Rick Johnston and Linda Close were crowned Homecoming king and queen for 1959. This year the theme of the Homecoming parade was famous historical events. Floats represented anything from ancient Egyptian life to Napoleon's last battle and Amer- ican history. The six winning floats were presented to the students and the audience at the game later that evening. After the parade, the students returned to the football field for a pre-game rally. Later, students, faces flushed by the warm sun and by the high wind, toured the campus. 32 The stands were full of cheering fans at the Home- coming football game. Through the words of the school song and other cheers, the Arlington High School students and fans transmitted their enthusiasm to the players. Thus the Cardinal team fought to a 20-13 victory over the Bulldogs of Riverside-Brookfield. The traditional football raffle was held by the A Club and an exuberant student gained a memorable souvenir. The 1959 Homecoming game victory was a wonderful tribute to the Homecoming king and queen and their court and subjects. Climaxing the exciting week was the 'Homecoming Dance. The decorations centered around the large Cardinal which was taken from the winning float and placed in the center of the gym. Red and white streamers and portraits of the king, queen, and their court completed the Homecoming motif. Homecoming 1959 began and ended on a note of excite- ment. Students were carried through the week on at cloud of anticipation. School spirit was at an all time high and the entire student body participated in making this Home- coming a staunch addition to Arlington High's tradition. Entering to the song "If," king and queen candidates each hope to be crowned during the 1959 homecoming. Royalty receives a thunderous ova- tion as King Rick presents his Queen Linda to an explosive student body. Presenting-The King, ueen, And Court Homecoming Court Second Row: Richard Passmore, Bob Inman, Rick Johnston, George Bork, Mike Dundy. First Row: Susan Whiteley, Linda Close, Bette Berg, Jeannie Gutru, Jane Schaeffer. 33 "Bulldogs meet their Waterloo," scored a victory not only for the Cards, but for the soph homerooms, too! Histor -Past and Present-Shown Floats Historically-minded seniors chose a Caesar and Roman chariot theme to bring in a winning Homecoming float. Depicting Saint George and his fero- cious dragon, this float brought a third place honor to three senior homerooms. 1 34 "Time is so short!" realizes the float crew as they begin con- SU'UCtil'lg iheif Dart of the Arlington High Homecoming parade. Spectators watching the finished product of two nights' labor agree "Oil's Well in Arlington during Homecoming. l After hours of planning and prep- aration, dreams of floats material- ize, as time for the parade draws nigh. Multitudinous crowd throngs into the dimly lit gym for the revealing of 1 Homecoming king, queen and court. 35 All eyes are focused on the royal couple, Linda Close and Rick John- ston at the Homecoming Dance which climaxed the Week's festivities Ballroom Techniques Memories of good times was the keynote of the social season at Arlington. From the Kickoff Dance to the Prom, the calendar had a dance for every taste. The Kickoff Dance celebrated the beginning of a new year and the beginning of the football season. This was followed by the Homecoming Dance which climaxed the Homecoming Week. Decorations featured the Victory Flag. "Winter Whispersf, conveyed by white flocked trees against a misty background, was the theme of the Christ- mas Ball held in December. March brought the Stork Club Junior which followed the pattern of the celebrated night club, with exotic re- freshments and live entertainment in the form of a floor show put on by AHS students. Springtime means Promtime. This grand finale in May wound up the social events at AHS for the year 1959-1960. 36 Typical night club atmosphere provides a different and enjoyable set- ting for every A.H.S, student's enjoyment of the Stork Club Junior. Amid the excitement of a new year and a new athletic season, comes a kickoff to the school term, the football season and the social cycle. Looking the part of a queen is Nancy Owen With her escort Al Seyler Senior girls and escorts stand in anticipation in the minutes before during her reign as queen of the Christmas Ball, "Winter Whispers." Vic Faraci and his orchestra announce the Belle of the Christmas Ball. Shoes were taboo at Arlington's sock hop this year as students grate- Usual flower corsages are replaced by candy ones made by Carroll fully danced the evening away free from discomfort of tight shoes. Westfall and Janie Harris for their dates at the autumn turnabout. 37 Rosemary Barry, the Madwoman of Chaillot, signs her oil prosperity to prospectors Mark MacDonald, Art Nylin, and Wayne Meyer. Ambitious Thespians In a flurry about blasting for petroleum, the oilmen gather in the French cafe only to be scolded by the townspeople and Madwomen. Jerry Greer. Mark MacDonald. Wayne Meyer, and Jim Brunbcrg savor the sweet taste of newly discovered petroleum as they drink. Answer urtain alls Sinners are menaces to the world, and Judy Fruehling's suggestion for a trial causes Wanda Wheaton and Rosemary Barry to wonder. 38 "Would I really be expected to wear this monstrosity?" wonders Phil Shaw, trying out for the AH spring play, "As You Like It." Getting in shape for Shakespeare, Jerry Greer, Phil Shaw, and Vince Bartle read from As You Like It as Tony Hey holds the cue cards. Those Arlington Plays - As You Like Them All the world becomes a stage for Carol Weiser, Philip Shaw, Sue Peters, and Jeff Clark during the rehearsal of "The Cave Dwellersf' Love, hope, happiness, failure, life, and death-the secrets of the theatre were expressed through the plays at AHS this year. This fall Mr. Douglas Murphy and the drama group presented the "Mad Woman of Chaillotf' the story of an eccentric lady who changes the destiny of the world in one afternoon. Heading the cast was Rosemary Barry. In supporting roles were Wanda Wheaton, Diane Waterman, Jan Wagner, and Judy Fruehling. The Winter season brought work on the contest play 'The Cave Dwellersf' directed by Miss Lyvonne Trad. Susan Peters and Don Parillo played the leads in this story based on the theme that the world is just a cave. Others in the cast were Phil Shaw, Carol Weiser, Tom Bergstrom, Charlene Halama, Ruth Schilling and Don Marcus. As spring turns a young man's fancy to love, the sea- sonal play brought love, knightly chivalry, and dramatic events to Arlington in the form of William Shakespeare,s HAS You Like It." Directed by Mr. Douglas Murphy, the cast played a three night stand for the packed house. 39 With A Scottish Air "Brigadoon, Brigadoon moving under cloudless skiesg Brigadoon, Brigadoon there my heart forever lies . . . H and the curtain rose on the highlight of the music department's accomplishments for this year. The operetta "Brigadoon" was presented on the first and second of April by the Sen- ior Choir and the Girls' Glee under the direction of Mr. Wolff. Providing the music for "Brigadoon" was the con- cert band, directed by Mr. Schmoyer. Tryouts took place in February, but long before that plans were being formulated for the presentation of this yearls operetta. From painting scenery to fitting costumes, the jobs were ceaseless. Musical scores had to be distributed and rehearsed over and over again to make "Brigadoon" the success it was. Taking the leads in this story of a Scottish village that appears only once in every century were Nancy McComb as Fiona, Mark McDonald as Charlie Dalrymple, and Tom Wade as the American who makes the town reappear. Playing Fiona, the leading lady in the operetta Brigadoon, Nancy McComb makes a last minute check of Tom Wade before act one. Friendly advice is given to Charlie Dalrymple by Nancy McComb as she and Mark MacDonald rehearse their parts in the spring musical. Exhibiting the Scottish flair for clan color and design is Mark Mac- Before stepping out under the spotlight as Fiona, belle of Brigaduon, Donald in his role of a romantic villager for the operetta Brigadoon. Nancy McComb spends last moment with the mirror and her hopes. 40 Two heads are better than one think director Tom Wade and Council Crooning softly to the melodious tones of Glenda Gaiser s guitar the co-ordinator Betsy Creviston as they collaborate on the Talent Show. Catalinas relate a delightful French folk tale of love and romance Working With Tal nt Dancing in France to the strains of thc "Can Can," the orchesis group opened the unusual Talent Show of 1960 "Patterns in Musicf' With no plot this year's show relied on lighting and modern scenery to create the atmosphere of France, Germany, the Orient, and the United States. Tom Wade, student director, was aided by Betsy Crevis- ton, Student Council co-ordinator, and the faculty advisors, Miss Martha Craig and Mr. Chad Lindner. During the summer a committee composed of Tom Wade, Rosemary Barry, Betsy Creviston, Bob Setlik, and Sara Jane Prccilio wrote the original script which was revised in the fall. After early December tryouts, thirty-five acts were chosen, including modern dance, square dance, Polka, novelty--- vocalists, combos, group and solo instrumentals, a novelty horse act and baton twirling acts. The French C'Can Can" act introduced the grand finale at which time the entire cast sang, "It's a Big, Wide, Won- derful World," to conclude the 1960 "Patterns in Music." Common horse sense is in order for Betsy Sherman, Melody Gries- man, and Julie Strathearn as a talented steed and its pensive rider. Gay Paris is visited by these can-can dancers from the Orchesis when they open the annual Talent Show with their dance movement. i . i L if ig H. "Will he ever come?" wonders Jan May as she waits with anticlpa- Days of preparation preceded anticipation as Jan performed the tion for her date's arrival and beginning of an unforgettable Prom. many necessary duties resulting in her devastating appearance. A Perfect - ight For Dreamin And Dancing Long waiting and endless anxiety were drawing to an end-the sands of time were fast running our as they ap- proached the hour of magic-the night of dreams-the evening of enchantment. Yes, at last, the big night-the night of the Prom- was drawing near. Something that had seemed to be years away only yesterday, was now only hours distant. What had been a dream fantasy of the imagination would soon be a reality. The most talked about dance throughout the four high school years, the hour most thought about, dreamed about, sighed about. "Southern Rhapsody"-a drearnlancl fan- tasy set in a cloud of magnolias. A dance with all of the romance and elegance of the "Old South." An evening Prom problems and more prom problems confront Arlington High's Junior Class Board as the night of "Southern Rhapsody" draws nigh. 42 of breathless anticipation and anxiety, a whirlwind of preparation and primping. A night of the rhinestones and ruffles, starry eyes and sparkling smiles. The hours of enchantment and dreams. For many it was the last big high school dance, and it represented a turning point in their lives, a time of great importance, an ending of the old and familiar, and a be- ginning of the new, the challenging, the unknown. For them it was a time to remember always, something to think back on when reminiscing about the "good old days," a time to hold in their hearts forever. The lights were dimmed, musicians in place. The first tune could be heard sifting through the air as the Southern belles and their beaux began to drift onto the floor . . . l Chaperoning can be found fun say the Arlington Faculty as they relieve the bygone moments of their school days. rand Finale To The Whirl f Social F Oblivious to her actual surroundings, Sue Bell drinks a cup of coffee as she remlnisces over a perfect prom. Offering an old-fashioned invitation to the girl next door, John Newhard in- vites Nancy Johnson to go to the Prom. 44 HEIGHTS IN ATHLETICS Ouch! Darn, that was the third time he had pricked his finger. This sewing business was painful. But then he really wasn't the domestic type. His mom had offered to sew his letter on his sweater, but he had wanted to do it himself. After all, this was kinda important to him, and it had to' be done just so. He'd earned this letter, and he wanted to make sure that it was sewn on the sweater properly. Yeah, he sure had earned it. Everybody talks about the hard work that goes into winning a letter, the arduous practices, the tiredness, the discour- agement. But there was more to it than just that. That was the noble side of the business. There was a practical side, too. Take doctor bills, for instance. Pulled muscles, torn ligaments, physical checkups, just general aches and pain. And of course there was that time he had broken his leg. Man, those bills had turned his dad pale! And then there were girl problems. He had had some awfully big fights with his girl. She complained that the only time that she saw him was when he was playing. He couldn't take her home after school, and he sure wasn't in very good shape after a game. He got so tired all he could do was mumble "Hmmmm" at her. They'd nearly broken up a couple of times. It was hard keeping his grades up during the season, too. By the time he got home at 6:30, he was hungry and tired, and he didn't feel like studying. But he got good grades, and his parents insisted he keep 'em up. So he'd stay up late doing all of his homework, and then coach would ball him out the next day for not getting enough sleep. Sometimes it seemed that he just couldn't please anybody. His teach- ers would chide him if his work wasn't done, his coach if he weren't in shape, his girl if he didn't see her enough. Then they'd lose a game and everybody would be mad at the whole team. There were times that it just did not seem worth the effort. Oh, there were some satisfactions. There had to be or he couldn't have stood it. Let's face it, there's something about winning that makes a guy feel great, king of the world, master of all. There was prestige at- tached to being on the team, too, if you got right down to it. You just weren't supposed to notice it or let it affect you, that's all. And that was hard too, it really was. Well, he was almost done. A couple more stitches and he'd be all fin- ished. Aside from a few pin pricks he hadn't found it too hard. Better not let his mother know, though, or she'd want him to do his own darning. There, that was that. He stood up and turned around to the mirror. He held the sweater up in front of him to see how it would look. "Oh no," he shouted unhappily at his image. "It is sewed on upside down! " Varsi'I'y Fooiball Row Four: Kurt Barker, manager, Jim Blake, Jim Sikorske, Bob Ryan, Ron Schofield, Joe Corrado, John Ford, Mike Jennings, Rich Carlson, Gary Gullett, Jack Mutti, Leonard Moravec, Mike O'Connell, George Dilley, Mike Koenig, John Bergmann, Grant Wallhoff, Bob Setlik, Pat Harris, manager. Row Three: Jim Pedersen, manager, Lee Shultz, manager, John Kitch, Tony Stavros, John Beckman, Ron Hosek, Richard Sanford, Skip Garrison, Herb Tallltsch, Ray Teborck, Frank Peters, Dick Goeltz, John Miller, John O'Donnell, Frank Hermes, Tim O'Gorman, Art Nyblin, manager. Row Two: Coach Patberg, John Lopata, Bruce Fichte, Carl Massa, Rick John- ston, Tom Christiansen, Dan Striegel, Bill Harrington, Garner Sim- mons, Fred Shipman, Kurt Zimmerman, Roger Hage, Bill O'Brien, Bob Prenzler, manager, Coach Fliehler. Row One: Coach Aldrich, Roy Klehm, Carl Graf, Jim Ruffer, Don Snell, Phil Shaw, Buzz Owen, Mike Dundy, Al Westergaard, George Bork, Bill Andrew. Bill McMillan, Gene Dahlquist, Coach Ormsbee, Redbirds Kick if To A Successful Season Cardinal halfback eats the yardage up as he lunges toward the Arlington goal for a rousing run and another first down for A.H. Roy Klehm nosedives at a Maine ball car- rier, as McMillan comes to give additional Cardinal assistance during a crucial play. Out of Coach g'Bus" Ormsbee,s years at Arlington as a coach, this has been AH's best year as far as football is con- cerned. With nine returning lettermen from last year's team, Arlington placed third in the conference with a 6-2 record. Five Arlington players were chosen for the honor- ary all-conference team. Two of the boys, Mike Dundy and Dan Striegel, were chosen to honorary all state teams. Five wins gave an initial punch to the season. These wins were against East Leyden, 34-13, Lyons, 27-7, Glen- bard, 20-0, Riverside-Brookfield, 20-135 and York, 13-0. The Cards then lost two heart breakers to Hinsdale, 27-26 and to Maine, 6-0. Arlington bounced back to finish the season with a 20-12 win over Downers Grove. The impressive record was made possible by team work between team and coaches E. Ormsbee, head coach, C. Al- drich, assistant coach, Fleihler, line coach, and N. Pat- burg, end coach. F rosh-Soph scores were: Lyons, 39-0, Riverside-Broolv field, 20-125 York, 7-6, Maine, 19-0, and Downers Grove, 20-6, East Leyden, 7-20, and Glenbard 12-27. Other team records were as follows: Junior-Varsity 3-3-1, the Frosh A squad 2-3-2 and the Frosh B squad 4--2-4. Although this Cardinal ran into some opposition, it will not dampen his driving spirit to play his very best for Arlington and his team. Tackles, Split Tas, And Winning Touchdowns Frosh-Soph Football Row Four: Bob Burm, Denny Koeppen, Vince Furlong, Don Pol- stad, Bob Laughlin, Ross Retterer, Bill Cook, Ken Adams, Rick Schroeder, Lars Anderson. Row Three: Tom Trieschmann, Joe Lo- Cascio, Jim Loudon, John Ritzma, John Embry, Ray Voelker, Dennis Buren, Bob Robinson, Dick Stedry, manager. Row Two: Coach Brown, Mike McDonald, Bob Sweet, Mike Heyl, Jerry Orgler, Byron Duff, Roger Freise, Ray Miller, Jim Jansen, manager. Row One: Bob Bohac, Elroy Schuler, Dan Jennings, Bill Berg, John Lane, Frank Williams, Roy Woodruff, Jim Hosek, Coach Caranci. 47 :F W 1 i ,. . , , if , ' Leader's Class Judy Ingebrigtsen, Anne Stafnes. Suzanne Nelson, Kathleen Boden, Joan Anderson, Shari Mitchell. G.R.A. Board Row Two: Diane Cary, Kati Boden, Joan Anderson, Myrtle Sachs. Row One: Sue Schmidt, Judy Schuler, Miss Haram. Girls Score In Leadership And Participation "Get it over! Use both hands!" These cries are heard in the gym as girls in intramural volleyball work hard on their skills after school. "Ten jumping jacks! Ready, l,2,3,4!,, The voices of the gym class leaders were familiar sounds. Consisting of girls who were chosen for their ability to get along with people and for their knowledge of sports, Leaders taught in regular P.E. classes. During their junior year each leader goes through a training course with Miss Rose. Their re- sponsibilities include giving instruction and helping the instructors. To become members, girls must accumulate at least sixty points and pass a physical examination. The Girls Recreation Association allows girls an opportu- nity to participate in sports. Headed by President Judy Schuler, Vice-President Sue Schmidt, Secretary Diane Cary, Treasurer Joan Anderson, and Intramural Chairman Kati Boden and sponsor Miss Rose, the club has regular board meetings as well as after school meetings. Unusual activities include modern dance, bowling, archery, and horseback riding. The spring and fall banquets are held every year. 49 VarsH'y Cross-Coun+ry Third Row: Thomas Rezner, Helmut Beeger, Don Henry, Steve John Newhard, Jerry Hawkins, Wayne Thompson. First Row: Ken Van Deren, Bob Choporis, John Johannesen, Bob Johnson, Mike Dougan, Chuck Phelan, Bud Terbell, Ron Treabess, Roger Fredrick- Castor. Second Row: Neil Robertson, Dave Palmer, Earl Peacock, son, Jim Hendricks, Tim Smith, Mr. Attis. S ' t F ll Th C T JT ' It Race against time and Hinsdale, newcomers to the cross country What a pack of Cards! Someone is sure to get lost in the shuffle as team find being on a Cardinal team brings challenge and satisfaction. these cross country men start the long mile toward another AHS win. 50 Invisible, then blurred, then in sight, the string comes closer, and Ron Treabess fights to break the tape before his close competitor. With two returning lettermen to the Arlington High cross country team, Coach Russ Attis, Hhot dogs" ended the season with an all over record of seven wins and two losses. Beating Notre Dame, La Grange, Elgin, Hinsdale, York, Riverside-Brookfield, and Downers Grove, the team had only two defeats, Glenbard and Maine. At the conference meet, the harriers tied for fourth place with the host school, Riverside-Brookfield. At the district cross country meet, held at Maine, Arlington took sixth place with 184' points. In the conference dual meets, AHS placed third with a record of five wins and two losses. The two returning let- termen, Chuck Phelan and Bud Terbell, were of utmost value to Coach Attis' team. Other valuable runners who lettered this year were Rog Fredrickson, Ron Treabess, Jim Hendrichs, Tim Smith, Dave Palmer, and Bob Johnson. Arlington's frosh-soph cross country team did not have as good a record as the varsity. Bohac's harriers had a record of four victories with five defeats, ending in a tie for sixth place with Hinsdale. The cross country team beat Notre Dame, Elgin, Riverside-Brookfield, and Hins- dale while they were defeated by La Grange, Glenbard, York, Maine, and Downers Grove. Coach Bohac had four runners that earned their numer- als this season 5 freshmen Dan Bedford, Gary Brodnan, and Joel Martin, and sophomore Larry Weidner won awards. Setting The Pace For Speed And tamina Frosh-Soph Cross-Country Fourth Row: John Latta, Tom Van Deren, Gary Elste, Bill Raasch, Bob Dodge, Greg Whiteman, Dennis Fitz-Patrick. Third Row: Ran- dolph Miller, Dave Bell, Mike Hennessy, Jim Robertson, Glen Staadt, Dean Ladas. Second Row: Mr. Bohac, Doug Raupp, Larry Weidner, Craig McDougall, Dan Bedford, Vince Wroblexvski, Jim Moore, Steve Belcher. First Row: Joel Martin, Tom McGrath, Charles Vlcek, Gary Brodnan, Rick Hawley, Tom Tully. 5I "A" Club First Row: Dick Anderson, Bill Sayre. Second Row: Rick John- ston, Tom Christiansen, Jim Blake, Buzz Owen. Third Row: Carl Massa, Carl Graf, Lee Shultz, Tim Smith. Fourth Row: Kurt Zim- merman, Bill Harrington, Bill Flood, Al Kruse, Al Westergaard, Bud Terbell, Arnie Harvey. Tom Rezner, Tom Geocaris, Rog Fred- rickson, Jerry Pinkham, Jim Hendricks. Fifth Row: Art Nyblin. Bob Prenzler, John Beckman, Tony Stavros, Bruce Fichte, Mike Dundy, Chuck Phelan, Mike Nelson, Dick Wetzel, Jim Ruffer, Bill Spomer. Left Leg Qupb-Jim Pederson, Gene Dahlquist, John Miller, Ron Hosek, Kurt Barker, Dan Striegel, Skip Garrison, Herb Tal- litsch, Bob Johnson, Bob Inman. Right Leg Cup?-Ron Treabess, Steve Scheffer, Jay Wheelock, Bill Thompson, Don Snell, Roy Klehm, George Bork, Dave Palmer, Dick Goeltz. Provin That Precision And Practice Count g Orchesls Second Row: Suzann Russell, Carolyn Calderone, Mercedes Condy, Sharon Stewart, Terry Barbour, Pat McGrath, Miss Austin, Carol Mobus, Carol Kasl, Joan Keppen, Pam Bryant, Dawn Davis, Kitty Crockett, Ronna Panek, Mary Prenner, Alice Lagod, Pat Schmidt, Sandy Hertlein, Nancy Rydberg, First Row: Pat Schanmier, Nancy Owen, Phyllis Bonin, Judy Elgas, Nan Tully, Dale Goble, Leslie Silver, Betsy Creviston, Karen Drewes, Roberta Kalous, Kay Han- sen, Judy Wieber, Pat Shervey. 52 Springing into action, participants in boys' intramural basketball rise to the assistance of fellow teammates as the ball is put into play. Ambition For Action Sitting in class wearing a space hat with a propeller that did not even work was common to the prospective members of HA" Club. Promoting school spirit and pro- viding needed athletic equipment, NAv Club was led by Mike Dundy, president, Roy Klehm, vice-president, and Al Westergaard, treasurer, with sponsors Mr. Bohac and Mr. Baker. The HA" Club sponsored the Homecoming Dance and concessions at the Homecoming game and the sectional basketball game. Grace, co-ordination, proper posture, and quickness of reaction movement are goals of the juniors and seniors in Mr. Gay Hughes' fencing classes. This year two co-educa- tional fencing classes replaced regular P.E. Orchesis, Arlington's dance group, consists of girls who qualified in spring tryouts. Its sponsor was Miss Austin and officers were Les Silver, president and Bobby Kalous, secretary. The girls put on an orchesis show, participated in the Talent Show and basketball halftimes, and performed at school assemblies, and the Lutheran Old Folks' Home. Allowing participation in organized athletics for boys who did not wish to or could not participate in the varsity teams, intramural games were played in the Girls' Gym and the West Athletic Field. Twice a week from three to five, Mr. Fyfc supervised over a hundred boys in seasonal sports. As this boy stretches to make a basket, the others experience an anx- ious moment while hoping for a hit or a miss in the intramurals. "En guard!" With his trusty sword in hand. the daring Al Wolvin fiercely challenges any brave and daring soul to a fight-to-the-finish. 53 Another victory is in the making for the Cardinal basketball team as George Bork goes for a lay up to boost it in. Intent on boosting the Card's score for another win, Mel VonBergen seems to be suspended in a scrambling crew. "Help! I'm being surrounded!" discov- ers the enclosed Bob Inman as he reaches through his opponents' legs. Complete stillness ceases in an instant as Arlington snatches another jump ball and cheers once more envelope the gym. Arlin ton Cagers Dribble Ball To Success Varsi+y Baske+ball Third Row: Kurt Barker, Bob Inman. Mel VonBergen, Dan Streigel. Wade, Gene Dahlquist, Mr. Bohac. First Row: Carl Massa, Skip Rilfk -T0hHSt0Tl. Second Row: Jim Spencer, Ken Dougan, Gary Garrison, Jeff Whiteman, Dick Passmore, George Bork. SQ? .ww we-A -.1 M, I v Q- , 35 Q 5 XXX.. o 2 Q Q' was Q5 iii' , fri ,ga 54 Frosh-Soph Basketball Third Row: Ross Retterer, John Lane, Roger Freise, Rusty Blix, Phil O'Connell, John Burgemeister, Vince Furlong, Coach Ken Schaller. Sammi Row: Gary Brodnan, Scott Randle, Don Sass. Young Cards Pifvoted They said it couldn't be done! But Arlington did it! On February 19th in the year 1960 the overwhelmingly vic- torious Cardinal Cagers beat Maine for the first time in five years with a never-to-be-forgotten score of 62 to 4-8. Coach Bohac,s men brought home many non-conference victories. They beat Niles in the Hardwood Holiday Tour- nament and in the traditional Sleigh Bells Tournament took Palatine 75-52. Other defeats were Evanston and Elgin. In the West Suburban Conference Arlington had a rec- ord of six wins and eight losses. The cagers lost twice to York, twice to LaGrange, and also twice to Hinsdaleg split with both Glenbard and Maineg and won two from Down- ers Grove and two from Riverside-Brookfield. George Bork, a member of the Arlington team, was the top point gaincr in the entire West Suburban Conference. George Bork and Bob Inman were both prospects for the All-Conference Team, The Junior Varsity, coached by Norman Patberg, had a record of two losses and twelve winsg the Frosh-Soph, un- der Kenneth Schaller, had seven wins and seven lossesg and the two Freshman A and B teams, coached by Roger Steingraber and Robert L. Baker, recorded 12-2 and 6-6. Mike Heyl, Chris Choporis. First Row: Chris Beaber, Ray Willer. Don Kolstad, Chuck Close, Bob Laughlin, Torn Benson, John Treat, Kerry Clark. Completing his shot for a score, Ross Retterer holds the interest of spectators and players as he exhibits the typical skill of AH cagers. A lone frosh-soph forward grimaces as he tries to keep the ball from Glenbard players who seem intent on taking the ball from AH. ..,.,... .W.., .M Junior Varsity Baskefball Second Row: Bob Frank, Denny Koeppen, Frank Williams, Bob Bohac, John Sterba. First R-ow: Tim Roble, Grant Wallhoff, Bob Jacobsen, Skip Witt, Jim Clabaugh. Youn Cards Pivoted Their Wa To Victory Frosh Baskeiball Fourth Row: Terry Sesterhenn, Mgr., Coach Roger Steingraber, Joe Smith, Jim Wessling, Jim Gow, Jim Moore, Ken Seeger, Roland Oberg, Dan Bedford, Coach Baker. Third Row: Jeff Corbin, John Weidner, Ken Layden, Bill Guilfoil, Dave Sell, Ted Staahl, Ed Staahl, Chuck Vlcek, Gary Yeast, Martin Purvis, Second Row: Rich Corn, Pete Furlong, Bill Swaby, Barry Juhl, James Wolf, Tom Tully, Greg Whiteman, Tom Wilmotte, Pete Vaughn, Russ Ward, Ron Linn. First Row: Paul Benrud, Rick Hawley, Gary Spencer, Eric Berg, Chuck Friedlander, Steve Cournoyer, Mike Bencic, Fred Bali, Robin Auld. 56 "Oh when the Cards go marchin, in . . . ," the AHS cheerleaders come right behind them, cheering the athletic teams. Chosen to promote school spirit and on their ability to lead cheers, they were represented at most of the ath- letic games and meets, home or away. As captain of the varsity squad, Joan Trude led four seniors and one junior: Linda Close, Jeannie Gutru, Bette Berg, Linda Hanson, and Linda Schneberger. The frosh- soph squad was evenly divided with three sophomores and three freshmen: Captain, Judy Erwin, Marj Haizmann, Carol Schindler, Laurel Grey, Margo Hauff, and Nancy Bohac. Both squads were under the direction of Mrs. Rice. To promote spirit, the cheerleaders met with thc pcp club to plan for the fifteen minute pep sessions scattered throughout the year. This year the cheerleaders were guests at two Booster Club sports banquets instead of just one. VarsH'y Cheerleaders Left to Right: Jeannie Gutru, Bette Berg, Linda Close, Linda Han- son, Linda Schneberger. Center: Joan Trude. Sounding The Call For Cardinal Supporters Smiling faces of Arlington High's var- sity cheerleaders are one of the tradi- tional sights of a Homecoming parade. Frosh-Soph Cheerleaders Carol Schindlar, Margo Hauff, Marj Haiz- mann, Laurel Grey, Judy Erwin, Nancy Bohac. Varsity gymnast Mike Nelson demonstrates the necessary balance and Exhibiting perfect form on the parallel bars, Arlington's champ Arnie muscle power for success in completing a vertical stand on the rings. Harvey prepares for coming gymnastic tournaments and state finals. i 6 Q f 1 IHTLCLSLS ln a lCt0I' A Bai' ,dt , , 'g fy F' -- .51 1 C. Y 61 :M A, Y A K ,fl N K 'V H Y i X E, Varsiiy Gymnasiics Third Row: Bob Cordaro, Bob Russell, Jim Ruffer, Mr, Hughes, Brousseau, Harry Bierma, First Row: William Sayre, Arnold Har- Jerry Hawkins, Bruce MacCallum, Bill Flood. Second Row: Allan vey, Tom Geocaris, Gary Erwin, Richard Anderson. Crowe, Don Ballou, Ron East, Dick Wetzel, Mike Nelson, Larry if 8 lg 58 Frosh-Soph Gymnas+ics Third Row: Harry Margulis, Bill Sauerman, Terry Engle, Bill Kelley, Barrett Allison. Paul Garrity, Jim Lippert, Mike Flaherty, Kurt Markshausen. Second Row: Bob Barbach, Dick Lonergan, Joe Weiland, Erie Vittinghoff, Ken Lyons, Pete Engle, Len Witter, n Successful Bonds After ending a successful 1958-59 year as state cham- pions, Arlington's high flying acrobats finished the '59-'60 season equally well. Working out routines on parallel bars, rings, horizontal bars, horses, trampolines, and in tumbling was the usual round of events at practice. Once a routine was perfected, more difficult tricks were added to gain points at the vari- ous meets. This year's varsity men won at least five of their seven duel meets. Scores were as follows: Niles, 93-38, East Maine, 84-48, Proviso East, 77-555 Hinsdale, 83-49, New Trier, 85M-465. They also won triangular meets with Maine West, 83-49, and with East Leyden, 74-M-57W and placed first in the Northern Illinois Invitational Meet with IOOM points. Coach Hughes had eight returning lettermen from last year's all-state team: seniors Richard C. Anderson, Don Ballou, Bill Flood, Tom Geocaris, Arnold Harvey, and Mike Nelson, and juniors Bill Sawyer and Dick Wetzel. The Frosh-Soph gymnasts, under the coaching of Mr. Karon had an excellent record of eight victories and one loss. With best sophomores participating at varsity level, Coach Karon was satisfied with the improvement each of his men made. Predictions of future championships were made by Coach Hughes and Coach Karon at the end of the year. Lars Anderson, Roger Lindstrom, Bob Frohne. First Row: Ed Natzke, Bill Berg, Don Schanmier, Bill Poole, Dave Wollerman, Bob Paddock, Robert Edie, Jerry Russell, Mr, Karon. Defying gravity looks easy to the unexperienced eye, but Tom Geo- caris knows that a handstand on the rings takes eo-ordination. 59 ,mf ,g, T1 B 3 ei s Varsiiy Wres+ling Third Row: Bill Burfeind, Shane Gorman, Fred Walters, Mike Tim O'Gorman, John Anderson, George Shartle, Mike Castor. First Jennings, Chuck Patton. Garner Simmons, Roger Rumrey, Larry Row: Coach Emmons, Tom R. Clark, Bill Klouthis, Richard Par- Saunders, Bob Berg, John Link. Second Row: Jim Pedersen, Dennis son, Jerry Greer, Terry Harris, Rich Edelblute, Dennis Schneck, Fitz-Patrick, John Lind, Mike Koenig, Dennis Garofolo, Tim Smith, Bob Hacker. Wrestlers Take Down And Hold Victories Perfecting their techniques, Wrestlers Terry Harris and Jerry Greer practice in the foyer before the varsity meet. Struggling to share in bringing a vic- tory to Arlington, Tim O'Gorman ex- hibits the will and skill necessary. , 60 Although lacking in previous experience, Arlingtonis varsity wrestling team showed steady improvement. Faced with the problem of no returning lettermen, Coach Emmons found the grapplers full of determination and will to win. F aring well in the district meet, George Shartle, Tim O'Gorman, Jerry Greer, Terry Harris, and Dennis Schneck progressed to the sectional tournament. Shartle, wrestling in the 120 pound class, came in fourth at the state meet held at Champaign. The varsity seasonal record of 3 wins and 9 losses was overshadowed by grappler improvement. Varsity scores were: Arlington 11, Glenbrook 35, Arlington 28, Fenton 16, Arlington 18, Palatine 295 Arlington 15, York 235 Arlington 13, Hinsdale 28, Arlington 18, Downers 20, Ar- lington 14, La Grange 30, Arlington 8, Waukegan 333 Arlington 20, Maine West 24, Arlington 32, Glenbard 8, Arlington 32, R-B 12. Facing a rugged schedule, the Frosh-Soph wrestlers, and their coach Mr. F leihler, scored 5 wins, 6 losses, 1 tie. The freshman team, directed by Coach Harrington, steadily improved throughout their season, scoring 3 wins, 3 losses. "Is he down for the count?" wonder AH wrestling addicts, while Mike Koenig pins his hopes on the referee's decision against York. Pins And Holds Grabbed B AH Grapplers Frosh-Soph Wresiling Fourth Row: Ron Wolf, James Gerken, Bob Clark, Don Anderson, Kent Prather, Ken Rateike, Ken Pederson, Jorge Villar, Gary Hahn- feld, Scott Quackenbush, Larry Corrado, Ron Petersen, Derrill Bakas. Third Row: Richard Keslinke, Bill Fluger, Craig McDougall, Joel Martin, Mike Ryan, Jim Shartle, James Gutru, Steve Hadland, Ken Haworth, Jim Miller, David Granzin, Bill Heinz, Jim Jansen, Sec- ond Row: Mr. Harrington, Mike Cosgrove, Jim Link, Bruce Colvin, John O'Neil, Terry Witt, Bill Snodgrass, Kenneth Gruenes, Rick Keller, Bill Hoban, Larry Wright, Dave Robertson, John Gladish. Rick Schroeder, Mgr. First Row: Mr. Fliehler, Bob Hoehle, Ken- dell Bond, Jerry Lind, Ken Adams, Dave Bell, Jim Valenti, Roy Woodruff, Bob Sweet, Hal Selleck, Bob Burm, Jack Smith, John Hahnfeld, Bob Robinson. 6I Varsity Baseball lseniorsl Second Row: Don Snell, Richard Goeltz, George Bork, Carl Massa, Gene Dahlquist. First Row: Fred Peterson, John Lind, Jim Blake, Bill McMillan, It's a high fly! For outfielder Bill McMillan that means a high leap to catch that ball and prevent a high score from the opposite team. 62 Varsity Baseball Uunlorsl Second Row: Ken Dougan, Greg Beckway, Craig Quackenbush, John Rush, Les McDonald. First Row: John Cullison, Gary Erwin, Bob Leekley, Dean Moehling, Bill Burfeind. Cards, Hit Paraders Even before the basketball season was over the base- ball hopefuls had put on their spikes, oiled their gloves, and started to practice in the Prospect field house. Every- one wondered if anything would come from this group of boys who in one short month would be out on the diamond representing Arlington High. Through the training program of head baseball coach Bob Baker, the nine boys who took the field against Niles on that brisk and windy April day were a polished and high-spirited outfit. The Cards lost three all-conference stars from last year, but retained all-conference pitcher, Gene Dahlquist. Sup- porting Dahlquist on the strongest pitching staff the Cards have seen in years was letterman George Bork, aided by Don Snell, Fred Peterson, and junior Greg Beckway. All the infield positions were up for the taking at the first of the season, but several boys were found to fill in the holes left by graduation last year. Carl Massa and John Lind shared the infield with returning lettermen Bill MacMillan and Jim Blake holding the outfield together. Although the team was hurt by the split with Prospect, coach Buzz Ormsbee came up with a good Frosh-Soph squad. Freshmen teams were headed by Coaches Rees and Brownell who accomplished the rewarding task of turning the F rosh team into a team of near-professionals who suc- cessfully competed against the same teams as the varsity. Frosh-Soph Baseball Third Row: Jo-hn Passmore, Mike MacDonald, John Lane, Ross Dennis Keppen, Ray Miller. First Row: Art Kennedy, Ken Lyons, Retter, Buzz Williams, Butch Coventry, Bob Sweet. Second Row: Ryan Peterson, Dick Hansen, Don Sass, Bob Cordaro. Diamonds Are The A ineas Best F rie ds "Unwind yourself and run!" shout fans as Jim Blake puts in a powerful swing to assure another run for the Cardinals. With a determined effort, George Bork prepares to put the ball over the plate for another triumph with the Cardinals. 63 Varsity Tennis iSeniorsl Second Row: Mr. Schaller, Bob Inman, Warren Myers, William Flood. First Row: Bill Spomer, Jay Wheelock, Steve Scheffer. Oblivious to the world around him Bob Inman prepares to return the ball to unseen opponent during one of his numerous tennis matches. l i 64 Varsity Tennis fJUf'llOI'Sl Second Row: Bob Jacobsen, Denny Buren, Dick Daeshner, Gerry Cross, Bill Poole. First Row: Ernie Galarza, Bob Bohac, Dave Wallerman, Jim Wren. Grand Slam Victor With the "whish" of a tennis racket slicing through the air, Arlington's varsity tennis team, piloted by coach Ken Schaller, began a rewarding season in the West Sub- urban Conference. An extreme interest in this strenuous sport kept the boys practicing in the fall, winter, and early spring months in order to be ready for regularly scheduled competition. Hopefully looking toward a win- ning year, returning lettermen Bob Inman, Bill Thompson, Jay Wheelock, Steve Scheffer, and Bill Spomer brought plenty of experience and skill to the effort as did Tom Benson who starred on 58-59 Frosh-Soph team, with spirit- ed support from several reserve men. Besides conference play, the Cards participated in a Quadrangular meet at LaGrange with West Aurora, Wheaton, and La Grange. Going into the District meet, senior Bob Inman was Arlington's likely candidate for the state championship. The team pointed its way toward a chance for West Suburban Conference leadership. Winding up the 1960 season, the Cards found themselves with a ten- nis team and a record of play of which they could be proud. A younger version of the varsity team was the Frosh- Soph tennis team coached by Mr. Steingraber. To gain val- uable experience for later years in varsity play, these boys followed a similar schedule to the varsity. These freshman and sophomore boys proved that in sport, sportsmanship, and skill, they deserved a considerable amount of respect. Forty-love is the score as Arlington's server Bill Thompson, makes a Almost quicker than the eye can see is the hand of Bill Spomer as he difficult backhand shot with hopes of chalking up another love-match. skillfully returns an opposing serve with a firm stroke of his racket. Racketeers Swing And Obtain et Results It looks like it's going to be a close match as Cardinal rncquetecrs. Steve Scheffer and Jay Wheelock, take their positions on the court. 65 l Varsity Track Third Row: Tom Rezner, Mike Koenig, Bill Harrington, Dave Hinze, Roy Klehm, Roger Hage, Frank Peters, Randy Miller. Second Row: Mr. Attis, Bud Terbell. Richard Beckman, Earl Peacock, Phil Pailey, Although speed is all important at meets, track men Chuck Phelan and Tony Stavros certainly don't believe in running fast at practice. 5 Gene Moehling, John Johannesen, Mr. Dowell. First Row: Steve Van Deren, Jeff Whiteman, Al Westergaard, Ron Treabess, Mike Dundy, Dan Strie-gel, Chuck Phelan. Leaping All Barriers Feet began to fly at Arlington this spring as Coach Russ Attis started conditioning his cindermen. A twelve outdoor meet schedule and six indoor meets challenged the teams. In addition to the eighteen meets, there was the district meet held at Evanston, the conference meet, and the state meet held at Champaign. This tough competition meant constant training for the boys. Coach Attis expected to rely upon his five returning lettermen and boys from last year's frosh-soph team for strength. The returning lettermen who competed down state last year were Mike Dundy, who ran the quarter mile, half mile, and mile relays, Dan Streigel, who worked with the shot and disk 5 Tony Stavros, 44-0 and mile relay runner, Chuck Phelan, who ran half and mile relays, and Al Westergaard, low hurdler. Russ Attis, head track coach, coordinated all team ac- tivities and checked individual progress. Field events, which included shot, disk, high jump, broad jump, and pole vault, were supervised by Coach Edmonds. The middle distance men were handled by Coach Jackson, and high and low hurdlers were coached by Coach Dowell. Tom Rezner acted as manager. The Cards were up for conference and state championship again of which their chances seemed excellent. Speed and agility are demonstrated by varsity trackman A1 Wester- gaard as he leaps one of the many low hurdles on the cinder course. Obstacles are Of little COHCGH1 to J0l1Y1 "It's a flying saucer!" No, it's the fly- Practice makes perfect for Mike Dundy, Latta as he hurtles this barrier in his ing disk thrown by shot putter Dan a Cardinal runner with plenty of speed, stride during one of the track practices. Striegel trying to top his own record. during his final lap around the cinders. inder Men Lap It Up Around The Tracks Third Row: Eric Vittinghoff, Richard Nix, Tom Van Deren, Joel John Latta, Mr. Dowell. First Row: Denny Buren, Dan Jennings, Martin, Dale Coventry, Hal Selleck, Mike Hennessey. Second Row: Jim Hendricks, Roger Fredrickson, Wayne Parkin, John O'Neil. Mr. Attis, Steve Belcher, Jerry Totzke, Charles Vleck, Al MacDonald, 67 Varsity Golf Second Row: Mr. Meyer, Ralph Ibbotson, Alan Grotefend, Allen Feige, Mr. Brown, First Row: Grant Wallhoff, Bill Martin, Jay Coffey, Roger Haenggi. Golf Pros Tee Off With A Forceful Fore! Getting into the swing of things for the golf season is A1 Kruse Swinging into a great season this ear the Arlin ton as he brushes up on his techniques, While Al Feige looks on. O D D Y ' g varsity golf team posed again as one of the finest teams in the state. As the old saying goes, "Practice makes perfect," and through the coaching of two new coaches, Mr. Sid Brown and Mr. Ralph Meyer, the team was able to use its possi- bilities to its fullest extent. Returning lettermen, or the 'Sold prosf' were: Ralph Ibbotson, Al Feige, Al Kruse, and Roger Haenggi. New additions to the Arlington team of golfers included Bill Martin, Al Grotefend, Jay Coffey, and Grant Walhoff. In order to get the real feeling of driving golf balls down rolling fairways as well as avoiding water holes, the team was allowed to use the facilities of the Old Orchard Country Club in Prospect Heights. The linksmen used the course for practice as well as for the battleground for all the home meets. The rifle range located beneath the foyer was used for pre-season practice when the fish net ap- paratus was set up for the golfers. Following in line with last years tremendous job at the state meet, this year's golf team was able to finish as one of the top teams on the West Suburban Conference list. If the 1960-61 team does as well as these squads of past years, they will have a record of which they can be proud. 68 With the situation firmly under control, Bette Berg settles down and enjoys her teammates mulish struggle for victory. Lining up the irons and woods, Arling- ton's linksmen Ralph Ibbotson, Al Feige, and Al Grotefend talk it up. Two stubborn opponents find them- selves on the same team, when Carol Kasl and friend come to a quick halt. 69 70 HEIGHT IN ACTIVITIES "Aw, come on now, don't be chicken. You'd make a good officer." "But I don't think I'd win. I don't know even enough kids to fill out a petition." "Good heavens, you know more people than all of us put together. I'll disown you if you don't run for . . . " "OK, OK, I'll take a petition, but when I l-ose remember I told you so." So she had taken out a petition. She just hoped that they wouldn't be too terribly disappointed if she lost. Well, the first problem was getting enough signatures on her petition. "Would you sign my petition? I'm running for . . . " "Sure, I'd be glad to. I'm glad you're running for office. You'd make a good . . . what office did you say you were running for?" Getting signatures wasn't really too hard. She suspected that some of her friends had been drumming up business but she had gotten a few more than the required amount just to be sure. "Say, Sally, how about being my campaign manager for this election?" Well, they'd made name tags and they'd made posters. Boy, did they make the posters. Her manager insisted that they needed all of them, but she had been kind of skeptical about them since she wasn't going to win anyhow. "Now comes the hard part," her campaign manager told her a day before elections. "You've got to write a real rouser of a speech." "What? Do you mean to tell me that I have to give a speech? You know how nervous I get in front of a group. I can't do it." "Oh sure you can. If you expect to' win this campaign . . . " "But I don't! That's just it. I havenit a ghost of a chance of winning the darn thing." She had gone through election day in a sort of daze. She knew she wasn't going to win but she wished she could think of some way to pay back all those friends who had helped her. Seventh hour the PA system crackled briefly and then a voice said, "Here are the results of the class elections held todayf, She slumped miserably in her seat. She didnit want to see the disappoint- ed looks on her friends' faces. All of a sudden everyone was milling around her and laughing and shouting. "You won, you idiot," someone shouted at her, "You won, you won!" As last minute deadlines are approaching, Vicky Lester, picture ed- "This is copy?" pleads Leigh Sandvig, copy editor, as she- proofreads itor, is hard at work cropping photos to be mailed to the engravers. the material which she undertakes to revise for the yearbook. 'Double, Double' Editing 6Toil And Trouble, Those pressing deadlines, complicated schedules, and unfinished lay- outs give headaches to Marilyn Nelson, head editor of the yearbook. 72 Never ending problems and decisions were on the agenda for this year's yearbook staff and editors. The planning, writing, and completion of the 1960 Heights proved a tiring yet rewarding twelve months. The preparation of the Heights began last spring even before the 1959 publication was distributed. Vicky Lester, Leigh Sandvig, and Marilyn Nelson were chosen as editors by Mr. Robert Boesel, the adviser, and the 1960 Heights began. By June the theme for the book was chosen and the staff's plans were on their way to becoming a yearbook. Fall found the staff anxious to get started on the cap- tions, heads, pictures, and copy that were to appear in the book. The seventh and eighth hours were busy times in Room 108. Students were seen running in and out of the back room to attend meetings, get the caption box, identify pictures, or find a red pencil for indexing. Anyone in the room for the first time was bewildered by all the activity. Achievement came in many and varied forms. To the staff member it came from succeeding in fitting a particu- larly elusive caption or head. To the editors it came when the final deadline was met and the 1960 Heights came out. ? After they have indexed the 1960 Heights, both Luree Watson and Puzzled by a scramble of words that could only be a Heights cap Bette Wessies should know their alphabet backward and forward. tion in its making are Linda Burke, Kay Blackwood, and Beryl Keck. R" Adl'b' TG tH'ht HEIGHTS Sfaff Third Row: Sue Russell, Linda Krueger, Judy Erwin, Kathy Dame- Linda Burke, Barbara Antoine. First Row: Berry Keck, Caroline row, Lorie Holm. Diann Lang, Diane Cary, Bill O'Brien. Second Neas, Kathie Haynsworth, Beth Wood, Bev Maeda, Kay Blackwood. Row: Pam Warfield, Bev Bycroft, Luree Watson, Bette Wessies, 73 Hardworking members of the Cardinal staff rally together in the never-ending task of producing the bi-monthly school newspaper for student enjoyment. "Do you think we should use this article in next week's issue?" asks Betsy Castle of fellow staff members as they prepare another news publication. cardinal Journalists Meet Their Deadlines Cardinal Third Row: Mr. Martin, Bill Anderson, Bob Schultz, Bill Spomer, Dow. First Row: Carolyn Tracy, Nancy McComb, Binki Hawley, Steve Scheffer, Larry Broeske. Second Row: Burma Suhr, Laurie Martha LaRose, Leigh Sandvig, Haizman, Kathy MacCarthy, Bev Wetendorf, Marcy Beigel, Judy aking News Known Up-to-the-minute coverage and on-the-spot reporting kept student interest high when their Cardinal newspapers were distributed every other week. Guided by Mr. Martin, the staff faculty, advisor, and Editor-in-chief Andrea Berg, the twenty-two member Cardinal staff published interesting and factual articles about school and social activities. Feature articles about social and scholastic life in Germany were written by Field Service Foreign Exchange Student, Helmut Beeger. "Sports Limelight" acquainted students of AHS with Star players of both football, bas- ketball, while "Roving Reportera' added a personal touch to the news by printing remarks of students in answer to various questions. Editorials and play-by-play accounts of games of the week rounded out the news coverage. Serving their school as editors of the Cardinal were: Betsy Castle, News Editor, Bob Inman and Jack Anderson, Sports Editors, Bob Setlik, Feature Editor, Jim Magnuson and Dan De Wilde, Copy Editors, Kathie George, Advertise- ment Manager, and Linda Christy, Circulation Manager. Although buried in "paper" work, Betsy Castle, news editor and Bob Sctlik, feature editor, relax before getting down to Cardinal business. "Who pasted this week's editorial in upside down?" asks indignant Andrea Berg of Mr. Martin as they hold a last minute conference. "Why can't we print these articles?" says Kathie George, advertising manager, who has different ideas from sports editor Jack Anderson. 75 Apparently enjoying every minute of it, a well pleased audience lis- tens as Tom Bergstrom completes his speech with comical remarks. Silence is scarce when all the members of National Forensics League get together for a meeting, here was a room filled with twenty-two experienced speakers. Although generally busy preparing for tournaments. they found time to sponsor, under the direction of their officers, president, Carol Bertholdg vice-president, Toni Marsalag and secretary-treasurer, Rosemary Barry, two activities for the benefit of the school. Their calendar of school events has become an annual project. NFL spon- sored special student-faculty basketball game. Labor unions were the subject of many hot arguments this year as the debaters tackled the question of govern- ment regulation of the labor unions. Each debater spent many hours poring over magazines, pamphlets, books, news- papers, and any other available source to find the facts that would destroy the opposing case. Mr. Brock, varsity adviser, and Mr. Thomas, frosh-soph adviser, saw that Ar- lington was represented in about twenty tournaments. Mr. Herrmann, individual events adviser, and his stu- dents participated in two tournaments, the district meet, and the big National Forensics League district tournament. Purposeful Words From Behind The Podium Second Row: Mr. Herrmann, Karen Macior, Marilyn Nelson, Bill Kruk, Georgene Hall, Rosemary Barry, Carol Berthold, Toni Mar- Martin, Dick Schulze, Dan DeWilde, Wayne Moulton, Dick Daesch- sala, Tom Bergstrom, John Miller, Susan Allison. ner, Ron Barnes, Bob Wenzel, First Row: Linda Clark, Nancy 76 Sub-VarsH'y Debafe Second Row: Mr. Thomas, Linda Krueger, Margaret Marshall, Andy Mike Hruby, Bob Bliss, Nancy Kruk, Georgene Hall, Bob Sielken, Rogozinski, Larry Schmidt, John Shaw, Charles King. First Row: Jay Lemke. Debaters Mastering Rhetoric And rator Varsify Debafe Second Row: Frank Renner, Richard Schulze, Kenneth Schmidt, Dan Mr. Brock. First Row: Marilyn Nelson, Bill Martin, Tom Bergstrom, DeWilde, Dick Daeschner, Susan Allison, Jerry Berthold, John Miller, Wayne Moulton, Carol Berthold, Ron Barnes, Karen Macior. 77 National Thespians Society Second Row: Wanda Wheaton, Mayrene Schroeder, Jerry Greer, Row: Karen Best, Rosemary Barry, Carol Trendel, Wallace Mitchell, Pat Dettman, Tom Wade, Judy Fruehling, Mark MacDonald. First Mary Claire Kratt, Marcy Beigel, Mike Ryan, Mr. Murphy. Producing And Performing Literar Works Quill and Scroll Second Row: Bob Setlik, Kathy Haynsworth, Marilyn Nelson, Lu- ree Watson, Vicky Lester, Jack Anderson, Mr. Boesel. First Row: Betsy Castle, Andrea Berg, Leigh Sandvig, Bev Maeda, Mr, Martin. l l 78 Out of all the organizations at Arlington, membership in National Honor Society is perhaps the most coveted. Stu- dents are selected for membership in this high school or- ganization on the basis of their character, scholarship, leadership, and service to the school. Sophomore, as pro- bationary members, juniors and seniors are accepted for membership in a spring induction ceremony. Under officers, Ron Barnes, Linda Raasch, Jim Magnuson, and Joan Hen- dricks, and sponsors, Miss Cobb, Mr. Ulrich, Miss Frey, Mr. Larsen, and Miss McMillin, NHS sold homecoming flags and student directories, and sponsored a tutoring service. Quill and Scroll is a national organization for young journalists. The members, who currently work on the Cardinal or Heights staff, must be in the upper half of their class and be recommended by Mr. Martin or Mr. Boesel. The National Thespian Society, a dramatic fraternity, awards recognition for an outstanding amount and quantity of participation in dramatic activities. Candidates must apply for membership which is on a strictly selective basis. Seeking support for student production, Drama Club members, sponsored by Mr. Martin and Mr. Murphy, were required to work on a play and submit application. The of fi- cers were Rosie Barry, Mark McDonald, and Di Waterman. Nafional Honor Sociely Fourth Row: Ann Schumacher, Bette Wessies, Julie Cartwright, Judy Fruehling, Kathie Haynsworth, Joan Trude, Glenys Rudd, Valerie Juhl, Joyce Faulstich, Joan Hendricks. Third Row: Bruce LeVeau, Wayne Meyer, Ron Hosek, Mark MacDonald, James Mag- nuson, Ron Barnes, Charles Phelan, Tony Stavros, Marilyn Nelson. Second Row: Sherri Mitchell, Nancy Anderson, Jane Harris, Carol Kasl, Ginger Burnett, Jeannie Gutru, Carol Bott, Vicky Lester. First Row: Leigh Sandvig, Susan Whiteley, Diane Cary, Andrea Be-rg, Leslie Silver, Linda Raasch. Man- Hours Of Preparation Pa Di idends Drama Club Diagonally Front to Back, First Row: Susan Marshall, Laurie Friscoe, Jan Jordan, Charlene Halama. Second Row: Jan Gow, Diane Waterman, Mark Hannum, Tony Hey, Wayne Meyer, M, J. Ryan. Mr. Murphy. Third Row: Penny Beyreau, Judy Norman, Judy Fruehling. Fourth Row: Judy Greenacre, Nancy Schultz, Lynn Shaughnessy, Jerry Greer, Wallace Mitchell, Don Parrillo, Lee Bradley, Pat Dettmann. Fifth Row: Nancy Carstens, Mary Walsh, Bonnie McDougall. Sixth Row: Rosemary Barry, Karen Best, Betty Ciezadlo, Jim Brunberg, Mark MacDonald, Jeff Clark, John Sterba. Seventh Row: Jean Ulizzi, Marcy Beigel, Mary Claire Kratt, Rich Harris, Jerry Pinkham, Michael Stoffel, Vince Bartle, Martha La- Rose, Wanda Wheaton. Eighth Row: Carol Trendel, Mayrene Schroeder, Diane Baumet, Ann Toffoli. 79 Student Council Officers A S g,f""' -I Q 3,,,. "'- 'Q ,.,, I:- - , Dick Passmore Jeannie Gutru Nancy McComb To govern and to serve the school were the objectives of the AHS Student Council. Student Council was com- prised of eight members elected from each class. The Coun- cil was led by officers Dick Passmore, president, Jeannie Gutru, vice-president, Nancy McComb, recording secre- tary, Glynn Brownell, treasurer, Ann Warren, correspond- ing secretary, and Bill O'Brien, chief justice of the traffic court. As usual, the Council took charge of Homecoming, Frosh orientation, and the spring carnival, and sponsored the AHS Talent Show, College Night, and two fund drives. They also sent gifts to and supported Arlington's adopted Korean orphan, Moon Yung Sook. A new project for the Student Council was the sponsoring of a February Dance, fm .,. ,,.. 1- MQ Ann Warren Glynn Brownell Bill O'Brien the proceeds from which went to a worthy cause. The Conference Dance and Hospitality Night were also activi- ties in which the council participated. "You are hereby summoned to appear before the traffic court on . . . " These words were unfortunately familiar to Arlington violators of the student parking code. Led by Bill O'Brien, chief justice, and associate justices, Ken Even- son, Wayne Thompson, Scott Randle, and Russell Walters, the Court maintained its purpose of safety for the individual. All cases of infractions of the traffic rules were tried in the court which met eighth hour every Wednesday. A new policy was adopted this year, and violators no longer re- ceived fines, but had their driving privileges suspended for periods of time and also were given detention study halls. AH Council Exemplifies Student Leadership Siudeni' Council Fifth Row: Rick Johnston, Bob Inman, Dick Passmore, Sue White- ley, Helmut Beeger, Bill O'Brien, John Miller, Dan Bedford, Pete Dougan. Fourth Row: Cora Boehm, Pam Warfield, Carol Schindler, Kitty Crockett. Betsy Creviston, Sue Bell, Jim Gutru, Dick Daesch- ner. Third Row: Toni Marsala, Judy Erwin, Jane Schaefer, Nancy McComb, Glynn Brownell, Mike Castor, Tom Clark. Second Row: Denny FitzPatrick, Sue Hidding, Kathy Curtiss, Linda Scales, Peggy Miley, Marty Peifer, Mercy Condy, Melodie Griesman, Nancy Johnson. First Row: Anne Warren, Diane Waterman, Barb Legge, Cheryl Smalley, Jeannie Gutru, Sue Keller, Judy Durgom, Linda Schneberger, Carolyn Tracy, Terry Barbour. ' .S 80 Traffic Cour+ Mr. Eckert. Russ Walters, Bob Hansen, Bud Mills. Wayne Thomp- son, Scott Randle, Richard Brongel, Ken Evenson, Bill O'Brien. Future Leaders Work For tudent Welfare Helmut discovers America, and American girls discover Helmut dur- 'tOh, think nothing of it. It's deductible from my income tax," says a ing the get-together for transfer students given by Student Council. donor in answer to the thanks of busy Student Council fund-raisers. 8I Spanish Club Fourth Row: Luree Watson, Nancy Johnston, Sharon Slater, Pam Berngen, Sue Cornelius, Nancy Westfall, Florence Palmer. Third Row: Miss Firth, Al Billy, Beryl Bobinette, Cinda Pippenger, Barb Legge, Rita Jo Klabe, Karen Stuart, Bill Thompson, Mrs. Dietrich. Rolling The His For German Club Third Row: Mr. Gellert, James Brunberg, Keith Zimmerman, John Hanor, Bill Stull, Jim Hosek, Bob Wenzel, Jerry Franz. Second Row: Diane Thorsen, Maryjane Kleisner, Beverly Bycroft, Linda Trimmel, Monica Edlund, Jane Krause, Caroline Neas. First Row: Durwood Brockmann, Larry Croon, Glenn Forster, Robert Brown, Bill McCracken, Lonas Lindgren, Kurt Markshausen. 82 Second Row: Sharon Swarthout, Linda J. Burke, Kay Blackwood, Diana Schroeder, Carroll Westfall, Nancy Lips, Arline Kelley. First Row: Judy Rabe, Karen Kastning, Melodee Hagenbring, Doreen Matara, Bonnie McDougall. punish And German Exchange was a key word in the activities of all AHS language clubs this year. Members of the German Club, directed by Herr Gellert, a native of Germany, exchanged magazines with students in Germany. Officers Mona Edlund, president 5 Keith Zimmer- man, vice-president, and Linda Timmel, secretary, also arranged for correspondence between German and AHS students. The French Club, headed by president Leigh Sandvig, vice-president Marcy Beigel, and secretary-treasurer Chan- tal Frawley, and assisted by Mr. Archambault taped selec- tions of American literature. This tape was sent to F ranre in exchange for such a recording of French literature. Movies of Mexico and a traditionally Spanish Christmas Party helped the Spanish Club become more familiar with customs and people in Spanish speaking countries. Programs were organized by Florence Palmer, president, Beryl Bobi- nette, secretary, Pam Berngen, treasurer, and faculty ad- visors, Mrs. Dietrich and Miss Firth. Saturnalia, the Roman Christmas season, was celebrated in Roman style by the Latin Club and its officers consul Val Juhl, vice-consul, John Miller, scriba Bev Maeda, treas- urer Margaret K. Marshall, and sponsor Mr. Siewert. The Pan Language Banquet, a costume affair, culmi- nated an active linguistic year for all the language clubs. French Club Fourth Row: Janine Carlson, Barbara Evans, Sandy Wilkins, Elaine Row: M ry Boekhoff, Joan Wilcox. Beverly McDonald, Karen Macior, Schiel, Julie Strathearn, Karen Olsen, Arlene Barnes. Third Row: Karen Schlect, Janet Kramer, Judy Stewart. First Row: Chantal Sulane Hamilton, Joan Driscoll, Nancy Ristow, Sharon Schoen, Trish Frawley, Leigh Sandvig, Sharon Stewart, Patty Peck, Ann Warren, Crockett, Marty Graves, Rita Jo Klabe, Mr, Archambault. Second Marcy Beigel. F ' T W'thB IEA dToga La+in Club Third Row: Mr. Siewert. Kerry Kurtz, Jim Peeke, Linda Krueger, Juhl, Bev Maeda, Sandra Lee Moehling, Judy Hoggay. First Row: Carolyn Seng, Pat Gross, Jeff Corbin, Charles King, Jay Lemke, Margaret Marshall, Nancy Kruk, Ann Kalkhoff, Betsy Schulte, Bar- Susan Braasch, Sandy Anderson, Bette Wessies, John Miller. Second bara Magnuson, Sue Carlisle, Lynn Witter. Row: George-ne Hall, Nancy Ervo, Sonia Elvo, Trilla Reeves, Valerie 83 D. E. Second Row: Deborah Walker, Bud Linneweh, Richard Mancini, Starene Thomas, Mr. Siebel. First Row: Yvonne MacAllister, Louise Thomas Vidrick, Chet Sokolski, Thomas Conroy, Ronald Weber, Berge, Rae Wilson, Nancy Kamin, Marlene Becker, Brenda Surratt, Arthur Clexton, Allen Freitag, Dennis Hartmann, Joseph Cangelosi, Patricia Burditte, Karen Busse. M t 't ' F D d ' t d D0 Second Row: Bob Bendix, Don Vickery, Roland Jacobson, Ron Ander- Reeves. First Row: Faye Meehan, Kal Kirk, Jeanne Reighard, Jackie son, Bob Townsend, Paul Mueller, Roger Dierking, Bob Edel, Mr. Crane, Bob Bowman, Jack Anderson, Carol Brenyas, Diane Creamer. f"gf'if"lQ 84 What to be, what to be. A photographer, perhaps, or a waitress? Or an auto mechanic, a merchandise buyer or salesman? On the other hand, would homemaking be the proper line? To help Arlington students decide now what to be in the future was the main objective of this year's Future Homemakers of America club and the Distributive Educa- tion and Diversified Occupations classes. VVhat were commonly called DE and DO were similar programs in which a student attended school for half the day and learned a trade in the other half of the day. In both programs the student received two units of credit toward graduation. In class he worked on general assignments on employment and economy and did more specific assign- ments on his chosen vocation. He also attended P.E. and two other electives. To qualify for these classes, a student had to be sixteen years old and a junior or senior. FHA's educational projects this year included making of favors for hospital trays and serving tea for their parents. Among its social plans were Christmas and St. Valentine's Day dances. President of the group was Caroll Whitesides with Sandy Busse as vice-president, Janet Kramer, treasurer, and Judy Grammait, secretary. Sponsor was Mrs. Swanson. Fashions in vogue are only a few steps away as Mary Ann Goertz and Karen Drewes demonstrate creative ability in a do-it-yourself project. T ey're Connoisseurs 0 The Culinary Arts FHA Second Row: Susan Klingenrnaier, Carol Follett, Patricia Jahnke, Judith Gramit, Joanne Haupt, Roberta Walker, Mrs, Maves, Caroll Whitesides, Sharon Lloyd, Sandra Busse, Phyllis Busse, Lois Land- rneier, Janet Kramer. First Row: Diane Janis, Barb Corkell, Judy Wille, JoAnn Seul. 85 FTA Fourth Row: Judy Conroy, Kris Loll, Molly Miller, Shirley Homeyer, Nancy Schultz, Mary Ellen Bryngelson, Luree Watson, Karen Holm- blad, Susan Hanich, Joanne Haupt, Darlene Yahnke. Third Row: Jo Ann Hood, Betty Buck, Joan Driscoll, Judy Schuler, Rita Jo Klabe, Julie Cartwright, Betty Vahrenhold, Mary Anne Klabe, Susan Fergu- son, Joan Hendricks, Jan Tierney, Bette Wessies, Ruth Siwek, Pills And Book Mark FNA Third Row: Dorothy Broege, Jeanellen Chiles, Marilyn Gifford, Judy Nelson, Diane Rush, Joan Donahue, Mary Boekhoff, Nancy Purdy. Second Row: Debby Starnes, Pat Loechl, Anne Stafsnes, Darlene Mercedes Greyer, Suzann Russell. Second Row: Doreen Matara, Lenore Radosti, Sandy Anderson, Marti Watson, Sandy Wilkins, Carol Retzke, Bonnie Bracken, Dolores Horcher, Jay Lemke. First Row: Fran Buttitta, Arline Kelley, Carol Hotton, Barbara Brown, Karen Olsen, Sue Palmer, Linda LeStarge, Virginia Soorus. The Vocation-Bound Raupp, Sharon Kolle, Pat Pearce, Barb King, Kathy Branka. First Row: Judy Sullivan, Sharon Smith, Dianne Gromek, Stephenie Leth, Sue Lester, Penny Boeche, Doreen Gromek, Marilyn Rose. 86 All heads turn as a girl brings a message into the silent classroom. Who will get the detention slip? Is that note for me? The girl who has aroused all of this curiosity is one of AHS's office guides. Willing to give up a study hall to serve her school, these girls learn that efficiency is a must, and service is a pleasure. Answering the telephone, and aiding in the office are also duties. There is more to this teaching business than meets the eye is an observation made by members of the F uturc Teachers of America. Student teaching at Ridge school gave members of the club practical insight into the problems of teaching. They also made a donation to the Rolling Meadows school for the mentally retarded. Officers of the Club were Sue Russell, president, Carol Hotton, secretary, and Jay Lemke, vice-president. The Future Nurses of America club carried out a vigor- ous and varied program this year under the leadership of Diane Gromek, president, Marilyn Rose, vice-president, Ar- lene Mathiesen, secretary, and Sharon L. Smith, treasurer. Weekly trips to the Lutheran Home by the FNA gave experience helping care for invalids. They sponsored, during the Christmas Season, a used toy drive and a skating party, Sweethearts on Ice, given at Michael Kirby's skating rink, Heal+h Aids Second Row: Donna Rawlings, Carol Hildebrandt, Sue Alm, Judie Thompson, Lynn Phillips. First Row: Pat Pearce, Debby Starnes, Dorothy Broege, Jeanellen Chiles. Specializing n Giving otes And Antidotes Office Guides Second Row: Joan Hendricks, Bonnie Bolognia, Dee Dyson, Myrtle Sachs, Nancy Schultz, Carol Hotton. First Row: Ronna Panek, Barb Antoine, Sue Bell, Sara Precilio. 87 3 A ll , 1 It's a tremendous turn-out for a Triple S meeting, as the girls make plans to contribute to school in service, spirit, and sportsmanship. Providing S portsmanship, Spirit And Service Triple S Officers Sue Whiteley, Barb Erickson, Kathy Damerow, Lynne Thomas, Sue With Mrs. Clancy lending a helping hand, Girls' Club officers Leslie Bell, Carol Kasl, Glenda Gaiser. Silver, Nancy McComb, and Joan Keppen plan coming pom-pom sale. 5 ,Q W Q s,,,li K ' Q ' ' ' A f':'f 5f'Vf:fEf'fif ":' 'VST V i 88 Service is the common denominator and interest the numerator of these four A.H. clubs: Girls' Club, Triple "Sn Club, Ushers' Club, and Social Science Club. Girls' Club was sponsored by Mrs. Howett Claney and headed by officers, John Keppen, president, Leslie Silver, vice-president, and Nancy McComb, secretary-treasurer. Attendance at a Girls, Club Conference in Oak Park and sponsoring a Christmas Potluck were projects again this year. Triple "S" Club has a three-fold purpose, promoting service, spirit, and sportsmanship. The spirit section, which is the equivalent of Pep Club, was headed by Glenda Gaiser. The sportsmanship division, led by Sue Bell, made posters encouraging attendance at athletic events. President, Sue Whiteley, vice-president, Kathy Damerow, recording secre- tary, Barb Erickson, corresponding secretary, Carol Kaslg and treasurer, Jean Stewart, coordinated the three divisions. Recognized by red coats and black ties, Ushers' Club, another service group, is open to sophomore, junior, and senior boys. Particeaation includes ushering at home foot- ball and basketball games, T.P.C., night school, and plays. Endeavoring to learn more of the mechanics of foreign and national government is one goal of the Social Science Club. Headed by president, Carolyn Tracy, vice-president, Monica Edlund, and secretary-treasurer, Joann Hood, this organization promotes more interest in the social sciences. Social Science Club Fourth Row: Mr. Klotz, Phyllis Busse, Karen Eberhardt, Bonnie Bracken, Andrea Berg, Betsy Castle, Third Row: Julie Cartwright, Denise Barkulis, Gayle Anderson. Second Row: Sue MacDonald, Judy Kessler, Linda J. Burke, Nancy Johnson, Monica Edlund. First Row: Carolyn Tracy, Ingrid Me-hrmarm, Sue Ferguson, Sharon C. Smith, JoAnn Hood, Beverly Winkler. Speaker: Helmut Beeger. Sociall -Inclined Students Stud And Serve Ushers Club Fourth Row: Mr. Goins, Mr, Meyer, Steve Massie, John Hall, Fred Bedford. Third Row: Gerry Hirons, John Link, Kenneth Witt, Michael Jensen, Ken Panza, Dick Paul. Second Row: Dick C. An- derson, Jim Nottke, Wallace Mitchell, Bill Sterritt, Bill McCracken. First Row: Sam Griffith, Ken Knoppel, Bill Klouthis, Bill Wert, Roger Rumrey. 89 -1 fl' - ' fa 1 2 . Audio Visual Standing: Carl Brandon, Jim Mich- gelson. Third Row: Tom Balhatchat, Bob Bardach, John DiCanio, Scott Quackenbush, Scott Strehlow, Bruce O'Neil, John Bowdle. Second Row: Lee Bradley, A1 Jutzi, George Meyer, Ear- nest Larkin, Jerald Kmeicik, Clinton Bowman, Bob May. First Row: Joe Weiland, Diane Janis, Rodman Roeske, Ed Gerber, David Hill, Doug Cox, Dave Rolson. Films Preview Drawing f .lack 0 lubs Bridge Club Fourth Row: Ellen Lee, Joan Wolf, Molly Miller, Penny Beyerau, Kay Krebsbach, Ann Schumacher, Judy Kuhlman, Donna Nelson, Barbara John- son, Penny Fink, Third Row: Sharon Tremberth, Susan Isham, Denise Bar- kulis, Linda Black, Gayle Anderson, Jan Ferry, Alene Posselt, Kathy Cur- tis, Helen Hansen, Ann Kalkhoff. Sec- ond Row: Pam Nagle, Maryjane Kleis- ner, Kathy Wessling, Kathy Poznam, Mary Walsh, Julie Lalor, Dianna Reed, Maurita Kelly, Karen Panek. First Row: Pat Vander Hoeven, Arlene Kelly, Bobbie Brown, Nancy Carstens, Karen Palmer, Bonnie Metsig, Alice Lagod, Sue Cornelius, Sharon Slater. Ari' Club Third Row: Judy Schuler, Diane Thor- sen, Oenita Fischer, Robert Smits, Lois Coert, Sandy McDonald, Sue Van Oos- ten, Candace Willner, Julie Strathearn. Second Row: Mr. Gallager, Linda Han- son, Helen Hansen, Rosemarie Wem- llnger, Mary Tully, Barbara Ryan, Bon- nie Fisher, Mr. Fischer. First Row: Merrily Cominsky, Bob Hansen, Connie Fuson, Mary Anne Klabe, Gerry Vid- rick, Elroy Schuler, Jan Loster, Janet Crawford, Sally Schmidt. 90 c'Special interest" groups delve into the realms of fact and fancy, the known and the unknown in after school sessions. Audio-visual is a service club which affords interesting diversion to regular classes and added effects to assemblies. Keeping track of tape recorders, phonographs, movie pro- jectors, etc., keeps the members of audio-visual busy. Fact and fancy enter into this clubis activities. Factual knowl- edge of the operation of these instruments and their fanciful effects make the services rendered by audio-visual an im- portant part of our school life. A game of chance and skill is the source of enjoyment for another group of Arlington students. Meeting twice a month, Bridge club members find relaxation is all in the cards. Reaching into the realms of the known and un- known playing techniques and theories on winning are explained. Fact and fancy are included in the Art Club, too. The fact is learning more about the world of art and putting this knowledge to practical use. The fancy is the personal enjoyment achieved from the individual projects. The unknowns to Math Club members become the knowns through the efforts of sponsors and students to learn more about a magical world of numbers. Investigating problems, theories, and mathematical puzzles, students find this a rewarding and interesting area with unending pos- sibilities. Amid this space-age, one finds the members of Arling- ton's Astronomy Club busily engaged in making todayis un- knowns tornorrow's realities. Studying the parts and cycles of the universe challenges and rewards the club members. Solving Equations And canning The Skies Math Club Standing: Ken Knoppel. Second Row: Jim Brunberg, Gerry Hirons, Leonard Geller, Rita Jo Klabe, Mary Conley, Kathy Kmiecik, Mr. Schull, Mr. Raino. First Row: Monica Edlund, Jean Stew- art, Debby Starnes, Barb Antoine, Mary Sue Knopp, Anne Stafsnes, Astronomy Club Second Row: Mr, Purnphrey, James Bliss, Tim Hunter, Durwood Brock- mann, Mr. King. First Row: Jay Lem- ke, Robert Brown, Pete Schultz. 9l World Of Science-F rom Frogs to Formulas Exploration beyond the classroom was the objective of the Biology Club. Field trips to broaden knowledge of plant and animal life, science projects, and discussions pre- sented new and interesting discoveries in biology. As a fur- ther challcnge individual members entered their science proj- ects in the competition at the Junior Academy of Science. Making a debut at Arlington was the Physical Science Club, although it was formed at Prospect a year before. This club had as its aim a greater understanding of both physics and chemistry. Experiments and demonstrations made the meetings both factual and interesting. Promoting interest in our large Soviet competitor an- other club, the Russian Club, made its first entrance in Ar- lingtonls extra-curricular program. This club showed slides and had entertaining talks concerning the country. Any Biology Club Second Row: Rick Maitzen, Joe L0l'1I'. Chuck Spatafore, Bob Ward, Ted Mil- liken, Jeff Carlson, Mr. De Palma. First Row: Mary Anne Klabe, Nancy Bohac, Kathy Casteel, Patty Faust, John Hanor. student with inquisitiveness about Russia was invited to become a member of this club. Supplying assistance in the library was a requirement to be in the Library Club. Duties included checking books in and out, sorting books, making overdue library notices, and working at the magazine counter. Assisted by Miss Bopp, the Club's purpose was to provide suggestions on how to improve library policies and to help students. Keeping track of students' needs was the job of the supply store throughout the year. From fountain pens to paint brushes, from erasers to school folders the necessary supplies were endless. Students enrolled in business edu- cation could gain helpful experience in clerking. The profit which was made from the sales would be invested in mate- rials which would contribute to the school's improvement. 92 Physical Science Club Second Row: Judy Whitaker, Jerry Inselberger. First Row: Mr. Ring. Marcia Myers, Ruth Schilling, Laurie Schulte, Jim Peeke, Mr. Pumphrey. Russian Club Third Row: Don Henry, Robin Auld, Jim Kivi, Steve Stadnick, Kenneth J. T. Schmidt, Conrad C. Neumann, Helmut Beeger. Second Row: Richard Clarke, Bob Roosen, Walter Brown, Bill Ho- ban, Jim Schalin, Mr. Babris, First Row: Kurt Zimmerman, Carol Bott, John Wrenn, Mary Ann Klabe, Suzanne Katovich, Richard Brace. Activities For Every Abilit And Interest Supply Store Gaining experiences in clerical Work are Jeanette Leto and Marty Graves during their job as clerks in the supply store. Library Assistants Third Row: Judy Rabe, Marty Graves, Judy Bell, Mercedes Freyer, Jean Cor- bett, Ann Kalkhoff. Second Row: Karol Graczyk, Patricia Smith, Berna- dette Richter, Nancy Purdy, Mary Boekhoff, Delores Horcher. First Row: Lynae Townsend, Karen Brown, Pa- tricia Ann Gauck, Marcy Beigel. 93 Science Seminar Second Row: Tim Hunter, Mr. Schmidt, Conrad Neuman, Richard Clarke, Ron,Hosek, Bob Roosen, Al Jutze, Richard Brongel. First Row: Lee Shultz, Bruce LaVeau, Phil Craig, Bob Miller. Science And Sematies Pan Language Council Third Row: Florence Palmer, Bob Roosen, Don Henry. Second Row: Molly Miller, Carol Bott, Leigh Sandvig, Joan Wilcox, First Sciences cover all fields. Directly related to the specific fields of mathematics, chemistry, physics, and computators was the Science Seminar. Many meetings centered around discussions by local businessmen, including practical topics not usually covered in class situations. One of their goals was to enter projects in the Science Fair held by neighbor- ing schools. Certificates arc awarded for one and two year participation in Science Seminar. With the science of music in mind, Orchestra, under the direction of Mr. Schmoyer, devoted much time to the musical score "Brigadoon." Judi Anderson received recog- nition in the All State Orchestra at the University of Illi- nois, she was Arlington's first representation in this event. The Ensembles performed in school music recitals. Five international circles represent another area of science. Forming the background for this yearis Pan Lan- guage Banquet were the language clubs: French, Spanish, German, Latin, and Russian. Sponsored by Mr. Jacobs, thc Pan Language committee consisted of two members from each club. The international theme was seen in the decora- tions, unique favors, and centerpieces provided by the clubs. Promoted B Youth Row: Judy Hoggay, Margaret Marshall, Monica Hadland, Keith Zimmerman. Standing: Mr. Jacobs. 94 Orchestra Second Row: Judy Bazler, Tom Tully, Judi Anderson, Ed Grote, Pris- cilla Read. First Row: Scott Quackenbush, Sue Peters, Gayle Kosen, Concert Artists Paint Musical Impressions Brass Ensemble Woodwind Ensemble Left to right: John O'Donnell, Roger McKnight, Fred Bedford, Left to right: Suzanne Russell, Nancy Ervo, Judy Liebenow, Sandy Bill Sterritt. Wilkenson, Phil Craig. 95 1 2 E unes And Tempos Interest Musical Minds Boys Octet John Latta, Victor Rose. Keith Friend, Brian Larsen, Jeff Clark, Bill Jamison, Ryan Peterson, Frank Renner, Paul Ryski. 96 Assuming the twin identities of Marching Band and Concert Band, this organization made many outstanding performances. As the Marching Band it held great honors in being chosen to play for the Northwestern University Parade Day this year as well as for all the Arlington home games. Under the title of Concert Band it played for the Talent Show, Operetta, and Spring and Winter Concerts. Mr. Frederick C. Schmoyer directed the band under both names. Returning to Arlington this year were the Harmonettes, a girls' vocal group under the direction of Miss Marjorie Beu. With piano accompaniment by Pam Warfield, the twelve girls performed for the Talent Show, Operetta, numerous school activities, and various community and service organizations. Representing the sophomore, junior, and senior classes, eight boys were chosen for membership in the Boys, Octette this year. Directed by Mr. Robert Wolff, the organization performed for the Talent Show, two neighboring junior high schools, and several other school activities through- out the year. Choraliers, directed by Mr. Wolff and accompanied by Linda Raasch, was a traditional mixed ensemble consisting of six boys and six girls. They performed for many local organizations as well as at various Arlington High functions. Concert Band Fifth Row' Ken Lyons, Richard Buckley, Bill Burfiend, Mike O'Con- nell, Roger Lindstrom, Fred Brace, Bill Habericter, Dan Bedford, Jeff Corbin, Jeff Layson, Terry Engle, Jay Busse, Fourth Row: Tom Balhatchet, Peter Engle, Susan Yates, John Colonbe, Richard Yoder, Tim Garasha, Richard Kappell, Phil Pailey, Don Averill, Mike Dundy, Tom Rezner, Richard Nix, Mickey Stoffel, John O'Donnell, Larry Jauch, Bill Starrit, Roger McKnight, Fred Bed- ford. Third Row: Sharon Kolberg, Richard Anderson, Dave Ran- dolph, Richard Ligon, Bob Sannwald, Jerry Campbell, Al Benevich. Nelson Auer, Richard Wallhoif, Keith Kasen, Phil Craig, Ted Staahl, Dave Bell, Sandra Borgen. Second Row: Bill Anderson, Caroline Neas, Judy Liebenow, Al Fiege, Sharon Wessling, Vince Bartle, Jim Wessling, Sue Russell. Wayne Thompson, Terry Sesterhenn. First Row: Berry Keck, Betty Vahrenhold, Sonia Ervo, Sandy Wilkins, Nancy Ervo, Rita Schneider, Ed Staahl. 66They Will Make Music Wherever They C099 Harmoneiies Second Row: Ruth Bostian, Pat Hawkins, Dorothy Kieck, Nancy McComb, Marge Sandy. First Row: Donna Nelson, Dottie Dotts. Linda Black, Pam Warfield, Jan Gow, Susie Kincheloe, Barbara Blackwell, Bev Kratsch. Chorallers Bob Ryan, Judy Fruehling, Mark MacDonald, Mary Sue Knopp, Ron Friend, Marge Keller, Pat Terry, Jerry Hawkins, Judy Norman, Jack Anderson, Janet Schindler, Torn Wade, Linda Raasch. 97 Senior Choir Fifth Row: Trilla Reeves, Dale Goble, Melanie Reckwerdt, Terry Barbour, Marsha Myers. Kathy Baker, Dorothy Kieck, Judy Whit- aker, Donna Quigley, Ron Reese, Rich Edelblute, Brian Larsen, Mark MacDonald, Tom Wade, Herb Tallitsch, Bob Wells, Jack Anderson. Ken Dougan, John Lacina, John Link, Dave Adams, Jackie- Kehe, Ginger Burnett, Carol Stoike, Betsy Creviston, Sue Whiteley, Karen Drewes, Barbara Johnson, Carroll Westfall, Jan Tierney, Fourth Row: Lynn Coleman, Lynne Clark, Marilyn Swanson, Mary Sue Knapp, Linda Raasch, Judy Fruehling, Jan Schindler, Nancy Lips. Jeff Clark, Dave Mears. Bill Jamison. Rick Bailey, Keith Friend. Dan Jennings, Chuck Patton, Jerry Hawkins, Karla Hoshor, Burma Suhr, Sue Larson, Dottie Dotts, Lorna Lide, Sharon Peery, Gay Gardner, Mary Anne Klabe, Sue Clark, Lynne Christopherson. "Strike up the band!" Nattily dressed and smartly stepping, drum major Warren Myers leads the marching band down the A.H. field. 98 Third Row: Mary Ellen Bryngelson, Karen Adkisson, Sue Reeves. Sue Schmidt, Lenoroe Radosti, Pam Nagle, Bob Green, Dick Stedry, Bob Broege, Bill Anderson, John Bloshinsky, Glen Bernard, Bev- erlee Kratsch, Barbara Blackwell, Pat Terry, Barb Gard. Second Row: Darlene Horcher, Ann Warren, Denise Barkulis, Dawne An- derson, Pat Hawkins, Pam Warfield, John Lotta, Ryan Peterson, John Bergmann, Bob Ryan, Pat Harris, Doug Holz, Ron Friend, Vic Rose, Bill Doten, Frank Renner, Donna Nelson, Leslie Silver, Marilyn Benson, Janet Trevor, Doreen Matara. First Row: Jan Gow, Jeanne Gutru, Diane Waterman, Nancy McComb, Susie Kincheloe. Ruth Bostian, Linda Black, Jane Harris, Margaret Sandy, Margie Keller, Barb Swanson, Marybeth Thompson, Mercy Condy, Melanie Bill, Lynn Tesar, Jan Wagner. M err Music Makers Musical supremacy in Arlington's vocal department is represented by the Senior Choir, as membership is by audi- tion only. Contributing to such school musical activities as seasonal concerts, Talent Show, Baccalaureate, and Com- mencement, Senior Choir under the direction of Mr. Wolff also sang at other schools, Qld Orchard, the West Sub- urban Music Festival, and the Lutheran Home for the Aged. Musically inclined freshmen were invited to join the chorus groups, which review the basic fundamentals of mu- sic and sing music of both the masters and contemporaries. The fifty girls in Freshman Girls' Chorus, directed by Miss Beu, sang in recitals, concerts, and the Lutheran Home. During the first semester the Freshman Boys' Chorus was known as the Freshman Boys, ensemble. Mr. Wolff, the director of the Ensemble, prepared the chorus for its per- formances at Miner and South Junior High Schools, St. Peters Lutheran Church, and school recitals and concerts. Freshman Girls' Chorus Fourth Row: Sharon Smith, Judie Pauls, Alice Brander, Sue Lester, Judy Kucera, Sharon Schoen, Stephenie Leth, Gail Gaenzle, Kay Hagg, Lynn Kunbereh, Charlene Stites, Joan Kastning. Third Row: Sue Hamilton, Sheryl Crittenden, Cheryl Smalley, Sue Hidding, Judi Stewart, Shirley Harmon, Mary Meyer, Jenifer Snelton, Kerry Ritzenthaler, Bonnie Luster, Mary Jane Heberling, Second Row: Freshman Boys' Chorus Left to fight: Laffy Wright, Mike Clexton, Craig McDougall, Rich- ard Corn, Ken Raitike, Mr. Wolff. Sue Tapley. Alene Posselt, Diane Kabat, Susan Paul, Nancy Halama, Barbara Gish, Leah Strehlow, Meredith Grisell, Marge Lurtz, Barb Hawkey, Carol Medley, Martie Watson, Nancy Dresmal. First Row: Karen Moudy, Mary Rose Mammine, Joan Brna, Sue Sebastian, Dee Dee Drumtra, Carolyn Smith, Marty Piefer, Linda Seales, Shar- on Huff, Suzanne Bauer, Mary Stewart, Marcia Martin, 99 Cardettes Second Row: Joan Kastning, Molly Musser, Betsy Sherman, Julie Anderson, Cheryl Williams, Doren Galandek, Carol Oja, Sue Peters, Strathearn, Vicki Machin, Jan Jordan, Lois Brown, Bev Kratsch, Katy Wit, Melodie Griesman. First Row: Margie Lurtz, Donna Bunny Olson, Nancy Anderson, Carla Anderson, Kathy Lawler. Continuall With Music n Their Thoughts Color Guard Katy Wit, Julie Strathearn, Jan Jordan, Vicki Machin, Melodee Griesman, Betsy Sherman. I00 With their pom-poms swishing and their batons twirling, the Cardettes were one of Arlington's busiest groups. Chosen by try-outs, the girls, under the direction of Mr. Schmoyer, elected Nancy Anderson their captain. Cardettes not only performed at basketball and football games but also at events ranging from Northwestern's Homecoming Parade to a program at a local church. Presentation of the colors during halftime at football and basketball games was the job of the color guard. Chosen from the Cardettes, these girls created intricate and varied routines. Singing was the pastime of the approximately sixty girls who comprised the Girls' Glee Club. Under the di- rection of Miss Beu and officers, Rosie Rozeca, Bonnie McDougall, and Ginny Bliss, they were accompanied by Alice Lagod and Nancy Anderson. Girls' Glee sang at school assemblies and gave special programs in the area. Also under the direction of Miss Beu, the girls in the Treble Clef chose as their officers, Kathy Sellers, Sue Lips, and Kay Warneke. Doren Galendak and Barbara An- toine accompanied the group. They sang at school concerts and gave performances at the Lutheran Old Folks' Home. Treble Clem' Fourth Row: Helene Mell, Joyce Bergren, Barb Becker, Barb C01- lins, Kathy Sellers, Merrilie Moehling, Shirley Lange, Beth Michaels, Marie Wahler, Nadine Martin, Linda Kehe, Kathy Wessling, Third Row: Martha La Rose, Judy Kessler, Nancy Carstens, Karen Wil- liams, Joyce Hamann, Sally Olsen, Lee Goedke, Sharon Gruyn, Lois Molitor, Marilyn Courter, Sandy Shaw, Charlene Halama, Barbara Girls' Glee Club Fourth Row: Marilyn Hirsch, Carole Schutz, Barbara Bartels, Pat Hoppock, Kathy Ryan, Ginny Bliss, Sharon L. Smith, Sharon Gar- lisch, Ann Coey, Rosemary Ruzicka, Pat Loechl, Mary Walsh, Lucy Lynch, Judy Roeske, Jo Ann Hood, Jeanne Lorenz, Third Row: Judith A. Nelson, Marty Hawkes, Barbara Erickson, Sue Clancy, Sue Heddesheimer, Sue Withey, Ann Toffoli, Nancy Westfall, Bonnie McDougall, Becky Hunter, Karen Reis, Beth Hansen, Beryl Bobin- ette, Barbara Wade. Second Row: Linda Hanson, Carol Condon, Kehe. Second Row: Mary Dralle, Karen Best, Pat Vanderhoeven, Kathy Poznan, Adrienne Ropa, Shirley Homeyer, Laurie Dieter, E. J, Ward, Myna Jayne Cordaro, Pat Scharringhausen, Karan Ol- sen. First Row: Barbara Ryan, Jane Rutledge, Karen Johnson, Ellen Lee, Sue Lips, Jessie Hill, Gayle Anderson, Patty Hartman, Doren Galandak, Barbara Antoine. Jan Gow, Nancy McComb, Pam Warfield, Pat Hawkins, Dorothy Kieck, Donna Nelson, Dotty Dotts, Margaret Sandy, Sue Kincheloe, Ruth Ann Bostian, Linda Black, Barb Blackwell, Beverle-e Kratsch. First Row: Nancy Anderson, Alice Lagod, Nancy Owen, Carol Ba- fetti, Jo Ann Del Guidice, Darlene Yahnke, Judy Johnson, Barbara Hamm, Jeanne Zimmerman, Judy Dow, Betty Schuette, Florence Palmer, Priscilla Reed, Sue Keller, Nancy Kruk. IOI I i HEIGHTS IN INDIVIDUALITY Golly moses, this high school was certainly a terrifying place. It was big. Why, he had heard someone say that it was a six block walk around the school. And then you added all those steps in funny places and those silly rooms that were stuck under and over things-well, it just confused a guy completely. "Watch out Freshie, I don't want to crush ya! He had never seen so many people in all his fourteen years. They all seemed to be going somewhere very fast. Everyone but he seemed to know just where to go and how to get there. They dodged in and out of crowds with amazing agility. H e was forever being knocked around. He just couldn't seem to get the knack of getting through the crowded halls. "OK kids here's tomorrowls assignment. Now I don't want you girls to get squeamish, but we're going to be dissecting pretty soon, and I want you to read chapters four and five and be prepared. I don't want any fainting . . . His algebra teacher actually sat on the desk and swung his legs over the side when he lectured. But he liked them all. They didn't treat him as if he were a baby, although he did some pretty dumb things. And they let you do things on your own. They didnit lead you right to things like the junior high teachers. "Hi, Betty, how was your summer?" "Marvelous, Kay, I met this real cute life guard . . . " "Have you seen Kathy yet? She sure has a gorgeous tan." "Say, let's all get together at my house this afternoon. We can catch up on the gossip . . . H jeepers, everyone seemed to knoweveryone else He felt kinda out of everything. He hadn't seen a friendly face all day. He feld kind of swamped in this school. What was it that his dad was always telling him? "Be your- self," he said, "that's what is most important. Be yourselff, Well, maybe that would solve his problem. If he was himself, if he could distinguish himself in some way so that people would notice him . . . Whew, he'd made it to class. He plopped down into his seat just as the bell rang. Man, he thought, I didn't have a minute to spare. He sat staring at his shoes as the teacher began to call roll . . . 'lNow, are there any students whose names I haven,t called?" With a start he realized he hadn't heard his name and slowly raised his hand. The teacher looked at him with a funny smile on his face and walked over to his desk. "May I see your schedule please? Yes, I thought so. You're supposed to be in algebra in room 208 during this hour. This is a senior English class." Seniors Remember . . . After the faces and names of fellow students becomes blurred by the years, seniors will still recall the foyer as a common meeting ground. For seniors the cafeteria will bring memories of dances, college board exams, banquets, teas, and, of course, monitors and lunch lines. IO4 In a memory tour of the school building, seniors certainly won't pass the library without thinking of the days spent on research papers. Remembrance of the hallowed halls, and the passes one had to have to get through them, will live in the minds of the graduating seniors. Sw ' ll FIRST ROW: Dave R. Adams: Cross Country 23 Senior Choir 2,3,4: Operetta 3. Jim Addy. Judy Agnes: Class President 2: Queen of Thalia Club: Hall Guard Marshall: G.A.A.: Transferred as junior from Lake View. Mary Kay Allison: Pep Club 1, 2: German Club 2: Spanish Club 3: F.T.A. 3. Dennis F. Altergott: Transferred from Taft High School. Jack A. Anderson: Baseball 2: Basketball 2: D.O. 4: Secretary 4. Jack R. Anderson: Cardinal 3,4, Sports Editor 4: Quill and Scroll 4: Senior Choir 2,3,4: Talent Show 3,4: Operetta 3,4: Class Board 1,2,4: Choraliers 4: Football 1,2,3. SECOND ROVV: Joan M. Anderson: Leaders Class 3,4: G.R.A. 2,4, Treasurer: F.H.A. l,2. Karen A. Anderson: Chorus l,2,3: Library Assistant 4. Nancy ri Kay Anderson: Cardettes 1,2,3,4, Captain 4: National Honor Society 2,3,4: Student Council 3: Class Board 3: Girls Glee Club 3,4: French Club 2,3,4: Triple "S" 3,4: Seven Semester Honor Pin. Pat Ander- son: G.R.A. 1,35 F.H.A. 1,3: Transferred from McLeansboro Town- ship High School. Richard C. Anderson: Gymnastics 1,2,3,4: "A" Club 3,4: Ushers Club 4: German Band 3,4: Pep Band 2,3,4: Concert Band 2,3,4: Marching Band 2,3,4: Cadet Band 1. Ron Anderson: Gymnastics 23 Cadet Band 1: Concert Band 2,35 Marching Band 2,3: Pep Band 2.3. Sandrasue Anderson: F.T.A. 1,2,3,4g Social Science Club 3: Latin Club 3.4. FIRST ROW: William L. Anderson: Band 1,2,3,4: Cardinal 4: Seven Semester Honor Pin. William K. Andrew: Football 1,2,4: Wrestling 1,23 "A" Club 4g Baseball 1: Physical Science Club: Physics Club. David P. Angus: Concert Band 3,4: Model Railroad Club 3,4. Yves Anson: Class Board 3: Traffic Court Judge 3: Cross Country 2,33 Basketball 1: Talent Show 2.3. Barbara Antoine: Heights 4: G.A.A. 1,22 Four Semester Honor Pin: Math Club 3.4, President 4: Class Board 4: F.T.A. 3: Office Guide 3,4: Treble Clef 4. Robert Arnold. Donald L. Averill: Concert Band 2,3,4: Marching Band 2,3,4: Pep Band 2,3,4: German Band 3,4: Cadet Band 1: Basketball 1: Operetta 3.4. SECOND ROWV: Bruce Bachar. Donald C. Ballou: Gymnastics 1,2,3,4: "A" Club 3,4: Class Board 4: Student Council 4. Janet V. Banach: Library Club 1,2,3: Freshman Girls Chorus. Richard Bardach: Basketball 1,2,3: Track 2: German Club 4: Seven Semester Honor Pin. Kurt Barker: French Club 3,45 Four Semester Honor Pin: Football Manager 4: Basketball Man- ager 4: Baseball Manager 3,4: "A" Club 4. Ronald Barnes: National Honor Society 2,3,4, President 4: Student Council 3,4: Class Board 1,23 Debate 4: Seven Semester Honor Pin: National Forensics League 4: Tennis 1,2: Physical Science Club 2, ViCe President- Rosemary Barry. IOS Seniors Exchan e I nofwleolge In Brotherhood FIRST ROW: Vince Bartle: Cadet Band 1: Concert Band 2,3,4: Drama Club 4: Wrestling 1: Football 2: Student Council 1: Spring Play 3: Fall Play 4. Carole Bartmun: Four Semester Honor Pin: F.H.A. 2. Gerald Baumann: Latin Club. Carole Bayne. Darlene Baumet: Drama Club 1,2,3,4: Library Club 2: Latin Club 2. John Beckman: Football 1,2,3,4g Baseball 1,2,4: Basketball 1,23 "A" Club 4: Class Board 1: Talent Show 3. Fred D. Bedford: Dance Band 2,3,4: Ushers Club 2.3,4: German Band 2,3,4: Four Semester Honor Pin: Pep Band 2,3,4: Spring Play 3: Orchestra 2,3,4. SECOND ROW: Helmut Beeger: Cross Country 4: Student Council 4: Honor Society 4: German Club 4: Russian Club 4: Exchange Siudent from Germany. Keith Behrendt: Audio Visual 1,2,3: Model Rail- road Club 2: Baseball 1, Marcella Beigel: Four Semester Honor Pin: French Club 2,3,4, Vice President 4: Thespians 3,4: Drama Club 1,2,3,4, Secretary 3: Cardinal 4: Plays 1,2,3,4: Talent Show 1.3,4. Sue Bell: Student Council 4: Class Board 1,2,4: Triple "S" Club 3,4, Officer 3,4: Four Semester Honor Pin: Talent Show 1.2,3.4: Art Club 1,21 Bridge Club 2,3: Office Guide 3,4. Louis Belmont: Football 1,2,3: Student Council 2,3: Transferred from St. George. Alan S. Benevich: Dance Band 1,2,3,4: Music Festival 1,23 Talent Show 1,2,3,4: Speech 4: PCD Band 1,2,8,4: Concert Band 1,2,3,4: Marching Band 1,2,,4, Dave Bennett: Baseball 1. FIRST ROVV: VVilliam Bennett: Basketball 1: Baseball 1,2. Mike Ber: Wrestling 2: Track 2. Andrea Berg: Cardinal 3,4, Editor-in- Chief 4: Quill and Scroll: National Honor Society. Elinor Berg: Cheerleader 1,2, Captain 3,4: Homecoming Court 4: Class Board 1,2,3. Robert Berg: Wrestling 4. Barbara A. Berge: Cleff Club 1, Student Guide 2: Library Assistant 4. Louise Berge: Freshman Girls Chorus: Art Club 2. SECOND ROW: Tom Bergstrom: Na- tional Forensic Leagueg Basketball 1,2. ,Glenn Bernard: Freshman Boys Chorus: Mixed Choir 2: Senior Choir 3,4: Arlington Society of Music 4: Talent Show 3,4: Track 1, Manager: Fall Play 4. Terry Berndt. Doug Berngen: Gymnastics. Carol Berthold: De- bate 2,3,4: National Forensic League 2,3,4, President 4: National Honor Society 3,4: Seven Semester Honor Pin: Spanish Club 1.2. Phil Bertscli: Football 1: Basketball 1. Karen Best: National Thes- pian Society 4: Drama Club 3,4: Fall Play 3,4: Spring Play 3,4: Talent Show 3,4: Treble Clef 4: Pep Club 1,4: Freshman Orien- tation 2,4. FIRST ROW: Mary Best. Carla Betts: Freshman Girls Chorus: Triple "S" Club 2.3.4. Penny Beyerau: Office Guide 1.2: Spanish Club 1: Class Board 3: Triple "S" Club 4: Bridge Club 4: G.A.A. 1.2: Cardinal 3: Drama Club 4: Transferred as a junior from Amundsen High School, Chicago, Illinois. Robert Bialo: Biology Club 1: Model Railroad Club 2. Charles Bialo. Jan Bieneman: Pep Club 1,22 F.H.A. 1.2: Transferred as a junior from Fox Lake, Illinois. Harry Bierma: Class Board 1: Gymnastics Manager 3.4. SECOND ROVV: Melanie Bill: Triple "S" Club 1,2,3,4: Pep Club 1.2: Latin Club 2: Treble Clef 3: Senior Choir 4. Al Billy: Spanish Club 3.4. Phillis Gay Bischof: Triple "S" Club 1,2,3,4: Pep Club 1,2,3: Cardettes 1,2.3: Color Guard 2.3: Nurses Club 3 Historian: Library Assistant 1,2: Talent Show 3: Spanish Club 3. James L. Blake: Baseball 1,2,3,4: Football 4: Wrestling 1: Gymnastics 2: "A" Club 3.4: Class Board 3: Talent Show 2. Donald J. Blomquist. Alan Blum. Kathleen Boden: G.R.A. 1,2.3, vice president 3, intramural chairman 4, F.H.A. 1: Leaders Class 3.4: Chorus 2: Nurses Aid 4. . FIRST ROW: Penny Ann Boeche: F.N.A. 3,4. Mary Otis Boekhoff: French Club 2,3,4: F.N.A. 2.3.41 Library Club 2: Freshmen Orien- tation 2,4: Library Aid 2.3.43 Office Guide 4. Jerry Boeldt: Football 3: Track 3: German Club 2. Dennis Bolliger. Robert Bollman. Bonnie Bolognia: Spanish Club 3: Girls Intramural 3: Pep Club 2: G.A.A. 3: Transferred as a junior from Morton East High School, Cicero, Illinois. Phillis Bonin: Orchesis 3.4: Talent Show 3.4: Operetta 3.4: Latin Club 2: Triple "S" Club 2.3,4: Bridge Club 2.3: Transferred as a sophomore from Wyoming. SECOND ROVV: Laurene Borg: Office Guide 1.2.33 Library Club 1,2,3: F.H.A. 1. George Bork: Football 1,2,3,4: Basketball 1.2,3,4: Baseball 1,2,3,4: "A" Club 2,3,4: Homecoming Court 4. Carol L. Boscnmp: Chorus 1.2. Carol Anne Bott: National Honor Society 2.3.43 Seven Semester Honor Pin: Office Guide 1,2.3,4: Russian Club 4, vice president: Freshman Orientation 2.4: Heights 2: French Club 2.3: Pep Club 1.2. Clinton R. Bowman II: Audio-visual 1,2.3,4: Astronomy Club 1,4: Music 1.2. Fred Brace: Band 1.2,3,4: Dance Band 3.4: Intramurals 3.4: Seven Semester Honor Pin: Drama Club 4: Fall Play 4: Transferred as a sophomore from Webster Groves High School, Webster Groves, Missouri. Bonnie Bracken: Social Science Club 4: F.T.A. 4: Spanish Club 2: Fall Play 2: Triple "S" Club 3: Art Club 1,3. IO7 Victor Flag S mbolizes High Fl ing Team FIRST ROVV: Barbara Bradlc: Triple "S" Club 2,3,4: Pep Club 1,2,3,4: Cardettes 2: Color Guard 2: Class Board 2: Office Guide 2: Senior Board 4. Lee Bradley: Audio-Visual 1.2,3,4: Dramatics 4: Music 1,2. Carl Brandon. Loraine M. Brennan: Triple "S" Club 3,41 Latin Club 2: French Club 3: Girls Glee Club 3: Pep Club 2: Transferred from St. Patricks Academy. Joanne Brinke: Freshman Orientation 2: Triple "S" Club 2,3,4: French Club 2,3: Pep Club 1,21 Bridge Club 2,3: Class Board 1. Dorothy Broege: Student Council 1: Class Board 1: Girls Chorus 1: F.N.A. 2,4: Nurse's Aide 3,4: Librarian Aide 4: Triple "S" Club 4. Larry M. Broeske: Cardi- nal 4. SECOND ROWV: Robert Brohm, Richard Brown: Biology Club 1,2,3. Glynn Brownell: Student Council 2,3,4, Treasurer 4: Four Semester Honor Pin: Music 1.2,3, President of Glee Club 3: Or- chesis 3: Art Club 1,2,3,4: Russian Club 3,4. James A. Brunberg: Chemistry Club 2,: Math Club 3,4: German Club 4: Four Semester Honor Pin: Illinois Junior Academy of Science State Fair 2,3: Fall Play 4: Class Board 4. Joyce Brunner: Chorus 1: Pep Club 132: Bridge Club 2: Cardettes 3: Talent Show 3: Color Guard 3: Office Guide 4. Fran Bruscato: Class Board 1,2: Pep Club 1,2, Board 13 Triple "S" Club 3,4, Board 4: Girls Gymnastics 1, Talent Show 2,3: Latin Club 2. Robert Bryant: Wrestling 1 Baseball 2,3. Golf 12 FIRST ROW: Mary Ellen Bryngelson: Freshman Girls Chorus: Girls Ensemble 1: Senior Choir 2,3,4: Operetta 2,3: Triple "S" Club 3: Pep Club 23 G.R.A. 2: F.T.A. 4. Richard Buckley: Band 2,3,4: Dance Band 4: Fall Play 3: Contest Play 33 Talent Show 1,2,3,4: Tri-School Talent Show 3. Gerilyn C. Bugielski: Cardettes 2,3: Girls Freshman Chorus: G.R.A. 1: Office Guide 2,3,4: Pep Club 132. Laura Louise Bunn: Nurses' Aide 2,3,4: F.N.A. 3: Four Semester Pin. Russell Bunn. Pat Burditt: Pep Club 1: Nurse's Aide 2. Judy Lynn Burke: Freshman Girls Chorus: Treble Clef 2: Social Science Club 3.4: Cardinal 2,3: F,T,A. 4: Pep Club 1: Li- brary Assistant 3. SECOND ROWV: Ginger Burnett: Freshman Girls Chorus: Treble Clef 2: Girls Glee 3: Senior Choir 4: National Honor Society 3,4: Seven Semester Honor Pin: Triple "S" Club 3,4: Pep Club 3,4, Mary Jane Burrows: Tri-Y Club 3: Golf 1,2,3,4: Tennis 1,2,3,4: Swimming 1,2,3,4: Hockey 2,3,4: Volleyball 1,2,3,4: Transferred from Buenos Aires, Argentina as a senior. Gloria Busse. Jay H. Busse: Seven Semester Honor Pin: Spring Play 3: Fall Play 4: Concert Band 2,3,4: Dance Band 4: Orchestra 2: Drama Club 4: Chemistry Club 1. Karen Busse: Freshman Girls Chorus: Talent Show 2: Spanish Club 2: Distributive Education 4. Pat E. Busse: Pep Club 1: Office Secretary 4. Sandra Busse: Pep Club 1,2,3,4: Treble Clef 2,3: French Club 3: F.H.A. 4, Vice-President 4: Talent Show 4. FIRST ROXV: Fran Buttitta: Nurses 3: Four Semester Honor Pin: Office Guide 4: Triple US" Club 4: Pep Club 4: Talent Show 4: F.T.A. 4: Transferred as a junior from Siena High School, Chicago. Robert Byers: Basketball 1. Juanita Helene Byrne: Pep Club 4: Triple "S" Club 4: G.A.A. 1,2,3, Executive Board: Latin Club 1,2: Cardinal 1,2,3: National Honor Society 1: Girls' Chorus 1,2, Secretary 2: Dramatics Club 1.2. Carole Lee Cagle: Library Assistant 1,2. Carolyn M. Calderone: Orchesis 3,43 Pep Club 3: Student Council 1,23 F.H.A, 1.2: Transferred as a junior from Grayslake. Jerry Campbell: Concert Band 1,3,4: Orchestra 1,3,4: Dance Band 3,4: Wrestling 2: Talent Show 2,3. Joseph T. Cangelosi: D.E. 4. SECOND ROVV: Carole Carrozza. Julie Cartwright: National Honor Society 3,43 Ushers' Club 3: Girls' League 1,2,3, Representa- tive 2: F.T.A. 1,3,4: Transferred from Proviso East High School. Diane Cary: National Honor Society 4: Heights 4: G.R.A. 1,2,3,4. Secretary: Four Semester Honor Pin: Freshman Girls' Chorus 1: Mixed Chorus 2: Triple HS" Club 3: Pep Club 1. Tom Cashin. Betsy Castle: Cardinal 3,4, News Editor 4: Quill and Scroll 4: Triple "S" Club 2,3,4, Board 3: Class Board 2,4: Bridge Club 2,31 Social Science Club 4: Talent Show 1,2,3. Tod Cervenka: Basketball 1,2. Bill Chalmers. FIRST ROWV: Robert N. Choporis: Astronomy Club 1: Chemistry Club 3: Cross Country 4. Ronald L. Christ: Football 1: Basketball 1: Baseball 1: German Club 2. Harry S. Christiansen: Math Club 1: Biology Club 1: Physical Science Club 2: Astronomy Club 2,3. Neil Christensen: Chemistry Club 3: Physical Science Club 2: Biolo- gy Club 1: Explorers' Club 1,2: Astronomy Club 2,3: Spanish Club 1,3. Thomas A. Christiansen: Football 1,2,3,4: Track 2: UA" Club 4: Student Council 3: Class Board 3: Seven Semester Honor Pin: Talent Show 3. Lynn C. Christophersen: Piano 1. Linda Christy. SECOND ROYV: Dennis DI. Cieszynskiz Football 1,2,3: Basketball 3: Y.C.S. 2,3, Vice-President 3: Library Club 2,3, Betty Ciezadlo: School paper 1,2,3: Drama Club 1,2,4: Latin Club 1,2, Secretary 2: Pep Club 3: Social Science Club 4: Transferred as a senior from Ela Vernon High School, Lake Zurich, Illinois. Sue Clancy: Freshman Girls Chorus: Girls Treble Clef 2: Talent Show 2: Latin Club 2: Girls Glee 3.4: F.H.A. 3: Operetta 3. C. Thomas Clark: Football 2: Wrestling 1,2,3,4: Gymnastics 4: Track 3: Baseball 4: Class Presi- dent 4: Student Council 4: Four Semester Honor Pin. Jeffrey Clark: Debate 1,2: Dramatics 3,4: Drama Club 4: Boys' Octet 3.4: Senior Choir 3,4, President 4. Sue Clark: Pep Club 1,2,3,4: Triple "S" Club 3,4: French Club 1,2,3: Bridge Club 3: Office Guide 4: Trans- ferred as a freshman from Maine High School. Thomas R. Clark: Football 1: Baseball 1,2: Wrestling 2,3,4. I09 Seniors Answer FIRST ROWV: Beverly Clemmons. Richard Lawrence Clarke: Rus- sian Club 4g Talent Show 3: Seven Semester Honor Pin: Audio-Vis- ual 2. Arthur WV. Clexton: Football 1,25 Basketball 1,25 Tennis 1,23 Woodstock Varsity Club 23 Distributive Education 4: Trans- ferred as a junior from Woodstock High School, Linda Close: Home- coming Queen 4: Cheerleader 1,2,3,4: Heights 3: Talent Show 2,3,4C Class Board 1: Freshman Girls Chorus. Lois Coert: Art Club 3,4, President 4: Bridge Club 33 Triple "S" Club 3. Ann Coey: Music 1,2,3,4: Triple "S" Club 2,3,4: Pep Club 3.4: Freshman Girls En- The Maine Challenge semble. Jay W. Coffey: Physical Science Club: Chemistry Club. SECOND ROXV: Lynne Coleman: Class Board 3: Office Guide 2,3. Terry L. Collins. Dlerrily A. Cominsky: Art Club 4. Carol Condon: Chorus 1,2,3,4: Triple "S" Club 2,3,4: Pep Club 1,21 Spanish Club 2: Bridge Club 2, Judy Conroy: F.N.A. 3,45 Bridge Club 3,41 F.T.A. 4: G.R.A. 13 Latin Club 1: Play Crew 2. Thomas V. Conroy: Baseball 1: Wrestling 2: Distributive Education 4. Nancy B. Cook: Audio-Visual Guide 2.3,4: Art Club 2: Chorus 1: Stage Scenery 2,32 G.R.A. 2. FIRST DOVV: Kathleen A. Cooper: Pep Club 2,3: Triple "S" Club 3. Robert P. Coopmans: Student Council 1.2. Jean Corbett. Jan Costa: Freshman Girls Chorus. Jacquelyn L. Crane: Diversified Occupations 4: Pep Club 1. Diane M. Creamer: Freshman Girls Chorus: Mixed Chorus 2: Girls Glee 3: Office Guide 3: Pep Club 1,23 Diversified Oc- cupations 4: F.N.A. 1,2,3: Cafeteria Monitor 4. Jolm Evan Crellin: Wrestling 1. SECOND ROVV: Betsy Ann Creviston: Talent Show 1,2,3,4: Operetta 2,3: Orchesis 2,3,4: Triple "S" Club 1,2,3,4: Senior Choir 3,4g Drama Club 2: Spanish Club 1,23 Student Council 1.4, Parliamentarian 4, Tom Curtin: Wrestling 2: Aeronautics Club 1. Eugene M. Dahlquist: Football 1,2,.4: Basketball 1,2,3,4: Baseball 1,2,3,4: MA" Club 3.4. Sue Daily: Talent Show 1,2,3: Triple "S" Club 1,2,3,4: French Club 2.3.43 Class Board 41 Bridge Club 2. Kathryn L. Damerow: Class Board 2,3g Triple "S" Club 2,3, Board 4, Vice- President 4: Heights 4: Pep Club 1.2: Bridge Club 2,3. President: Talent Show 1,23 G.R.A. 1. Dawn April Davis: Orchesis 2,3,4: Art Club 2,3, Treasurer 2,3: Talent Show 1,2,3g Triple "S" Club 1,2,3,4, Board 4: Music 1,2: Latin Club 3: Class Board 1. Michele Davis: Office Guide 2,3,4. FIRST ROWV: WValker Davis: Aeronautics Club 1,2. Roberta Daw- son: Girls Chorus: Treble Clef 23 Talent Show 43 Latin Club 1,21 G.R.A. 2, Darlene A. Antoinette Dax: Nurse's Aide 3. Russell De- long: Baseball 23 Track 23 Wrestling 2. Pat Dettmann: Drama Club 3.43 Thespians 43 Fall Play 3,42 Spring Play 3,43 Talent Show 3: Contest Play 3. Daniel N. DeWVilde: Debate 1,2,43 Speech 4: Cardinal 4, Copy Editor 43 Science Seminar 2,33 Cross Country 3: Seven Semester Honor Pin: French Club 2,3,4. Robert Diens. SEC- OND ROVV: Roger Dierking, Dixie Dolleslager: G.A.A. 1,21 Cafe- teria Cashier 1,2, Captain 23 Chorus 1,21 Transferred as a junior from Leyden High School, Franklin Park, Illinois, James M. Dor- mann. Dorothy C. Dotts: Class Board 1,3,4: Harmonettes 2,41 Choraliers 33 Senior Choir 2,3,4Q Girls Glee Club 43 Pep Club 2,3,4Q Triple "S" Club 3,43 German Club 4. Ken Dougan: Student Coun- cil 2: Class Board 33 Cross Country 2.3,4: Basketball 1,2,3,4Q Base- ball 1,2,3,4Q National Honor Society 3,41 Senior Choir 2,3,4: Seven Semester Honor Pin. Ken Draganski: Baseball 1,4. Karen Di-ewes: Orchesis 2,3,4: Freshman Girls Chorus: Senior 2,3,43 Talent Shovv 2,31 Operetta 2.3. FIRST ROVV: Carol Sue Drucker. Donna, Mae Dubs: Class Board 2: Freshman Girls Chorus: Treble Clef: Leaders Class 3,43 Seven Semester Honor Pin, Richard W. Duenn: Football 1: Track 13 Wrestling 1,2,3. Michael VV. Dundy: Football 1,2,3,4, Captain 43 Track 1,2,3,43 "A" Club 1,2,3,4, President 4: Homecoming King Candidate: Concert Band 1,2,3,4. Beverly Dungan. Karen Dye: Spring Play 3: Fall Play 4: Art Club 3: Girls Glee 2. Dee Dyson: F.H.A. 2,43 Office Guide 4, SECOND ROW: Bob Ebel: D. O. Karen Eberhardt: Social Science Club 4. Jolln Eichelberg: Model Rail- road Club 2. Audrey Engelking. Barbara Erickson: Freshman Girls Chorus: Treble Clef 2,33 Girls Glee 42 Triple "S" Club 3,4, Recording Secretary 43 Spanish Club 2, John E. E1-lander: Base- ball 1,2. Terry 0. Ernst: Physical Science Club 2: Intramural Basketball 4. nnual Instigators Make Christmas pirit FIRST ROW: Newell Esmond. Ken Evenson: Class Traffic Court Judge 3,4: Class Board 2,3.4: Ushers' Club 2,3: Talent Show 3: Intramural Basketball 4. Joyce Faulstich: National Honor Society 4: F.T.A. 2: Freshman Girls Chorus: Treble Clef 2: Four Semester Honor Pin: Office Guide 4. Jim Fedak, Tom Fegan. Allen Howard Feige: Concert Band 1,2,3,4: Golf 1,2,3,4g Dance Band 1,2,3,4: Or- chestra 2,3,4g Talent Show 1,2,3,4: Minstrel Show 2,3,4: Pep Band 1,2,3,4: German Band 1,2,3,4. Dave Ferrara. SECOND ROW: Robert FIRST ROWV: Terry P. Fitzpatrick: Baseball 2,4: Football 1,41 Wrestling 2: Class Board 4: Student Council 1.2,3,4: Intramural Basketball 3,4. WVilliam L. Flood: Gymnastics 1,2,3,4: Tennis 2,3,4: "A" Club 3,41 Concert Band 1,2,3: Four Semester Honor Pin: Physical Science Club 2: Science Seminar 3,4. Carol Follett: F.H.A. 2,3,4: Office Guide 3,4. Linda. Fonfara: Class Board 1: Girls Chorus 1: Pep Club 1,2: Talent Show 1: Mixed Chorus 2: Girls Glee 3: Nurses Aide 4. John Ford: Football 1,23 Wrestling 2: Debate 4? Transferred as a junior from Notre Dame. Lawrence Fors. Glenn Forster: Astronomy Club 1, Vice-President 1: Wrestling 2: Ger- James Ferris III: Football 1,2,3: Basketball 1,2,3: Golf l,2,3: Track 1,21 Student Council 1, President 1: Science Club 3: Drama Club 1, Vice-President 1: Band 1: Transferred as a senior from Hoopeston, Illinois. Bruce Fichte: Football 1,2,3,4: "A" Club 1,2,3,4: Track 1,2,4: Student Council 1,2,3: Class Board 1,2: Class President 2: Basketball 1: Talent Show 2. Joy Fiedler: Pep Club 1,2: F.H.A. 2. Robert Finger. Oneita Fischer. Bonnie J. Fisher: Art Club 3,45 Latin Club 3: Junior Board 3. Frank T. Fitzgerald: Wrestling 1. man Club 4: Golf 1. SECOND ROWV: Elisabeth Fowler: Basket- ball 1: Transferred from Canada, Paulette Franz: Triple "S" Club 3: Spanish Club 3: Pep Club 1.2: German Club 2: Ski Club 2: Transferred as a junior from Niles Township High School, Niles, Illinois, Ron Franzen: Wrestling 4: Fall Play 4: Drama Club 41 Transferred as a sophomore from Fenwick High School, Chicago, Illinois. Chantal Frawley: French Club 1,2,3,4, Secretary-Treasurer 4: F.H.A. 3: Art Club 3,4. Grant Douglas Freeding: Gymnastics 23 Art Club 4. Elaine Freeman. Jeff Freier: Beginning Band 1: Cadet Band 2: German Club 2. FIRST ROWV: Allen Freitag: Football 1: Basketball 13 Baseball 1. Mercedes Freyer: F.T.A. 4: Library Assistant 4. Laurie Aurora Friscod: Drama Club 4: Fall Play 4: G.A.A, 1.2.3: Talent Show Make-Up 33 Junior Play Chorus: F.T.A. 2: Caducean Club 2: Y-Teens 1,33 Transferred as a senior from Columbus, Ohio. Ronald Alan Friend: Choraliers 2,3,4: Freshman Boys' Chorus: Boys Octet 2,33 Senior Choir 2,3,4: Operetta 1,2,3,4I Talent Show 1,2,3,4. Judith Ann Fi-uehling: National Honor Society 2,3.43 Seven Semes- ter Honor Pin3 Choraliers 3,4: Senior Choir 2,3,4: National Thes- pians 4: Heights 3: Cardinal 2,31 Dramatics Club 4. Connie Fuson: Art Club, Secretary: Triple "S" Club: Pep Club. Diane Gabrys: Chorus 1,2: School Play 1,2: Transferred as a junior from Chicago. Illinois. SECOND ROWV: Glenda Gaiser: Girls' Chorus 13 G.A.A. 23 si 1 K.: Triple "S" Club 3,42 Pep Club 3,4, Board 4: Art Club 3: Social Science Club 3: Class Board 4: Class Treasurer 4: Transferred as a junior from New Mexico. Doren Galandak: Cardettes 1,2,3,4: Treble Clef 3,4: Pep Club 23 Talent Show 2. Gay Gardner: Girls' Chorus 1: Treble Clef 2: Senior Choir 3,4: Triple "S" Club 2,3,4Q Pep Club 2,3,4: Library Assistant 2. Sharon Rae Garlisch: Girls Glee 3,4: Treble Clef 2, Treasurer: Girls' Chorus 13 French Club 2,3: Bridge Club 3: Triple "S" Club 33 Pep Club 2. Dennis Ralph Garo- folo: Baseball 1,2,4: Wrestling 4: Four Semester Honor Pin: Sci- ence Seminar 2: Audio-Visual 4: Intramural Bowling 1. Howard Garrison: Football 1,2,3,43 Basketball 1,2,3,4: Track 1: "A" Club 4. Daye Gates. . 1 , rf my .. :M . tf , 0 'A ' 11 , ,nf .A Y., , L, , f 1 ,, wi, .N , ' 41' . 0 , ,r . X L r ,. FIRST RONV: Bob Gay. George Geane: Football 1,2: Baseball 3,4. Leonard Geller: Math Club 4: Intramural Basketball 4: German Club 2,3. Ron Genisio: French Club 23 Biology Club 2. Tom Geo- caris: Gymnastics 1,2,3,4, All-State 33 Cross Country 1: Track 1: UA" Club 2,3,4Q Class Board 1: Student Council 2. Kathie M. George: Yearbook 13 School paper 1, Cardinal 2,3,4, Advertising Editor 43 Triple "S" Club 3,4, Pep Club Board 3: Class Board 3,4: Bridge Club 2,3: Talent Show 2,3,43 Dramatics Club 1: Transferred as a sophomore from Cleveland, Ohio, Fred Gerlach. SECOND ROW: Donald Getts: Wrestling 1,2,33 National Honor Society 43 Class Board 33 Physical Science Club: Seven Semester Honor Pin, Toni Gewecke: Pep Club 1: G.R.A. 13 French Club 23 Cafeteria Monitor 4. Donna Gieske: Freshman Girls Chorus: Girls Chorus 23 Art Club 1: G.R.A. Horse-Back Riding 2,. Diane Gilbert: G.A.A. 1,2,3g F.H.A. 2: Pep Club 1,2,43 Mixed Chorus 23 Girls Choir 2: Art Club 4: Transferred from Washington High School as a senior. Edward Glaesel-: Football 1,2,3: Track 1, Spanish Club 23 Wrestling 1: Tal- ent Show 2,3,43 Stork Club Floor Show 3. Richard Lee Glass. Dale Goble: Freshman Girls Chorus, Secretary3 Mixed Chorus 23 Senior Choir 3,4: Class Board 23 Talent Show l,2,3: Orchesis 3,4: French Club 2,33 Triple "S" Club 2,3,4. II3 Standard An uish With All Standard Tests FIRST ROWV: Richard Karl Goeltz: Football 1,2,3,43 Baseball 1,2,3,43 "A" Club 4: National Honor Society 2,3,43 Seven Semester Honor Pin3 Physical Science Club, President3 Biology Club 1,2: Talent Show 2,3. Connee Goman: Triple "S" Club 3,43 Girls Club 2,3,4: Art Club 3: Pep Club 23 Bridge Club 33 Transferred as a junior from Minneapolis, Minnesota. Carl R. Graf: Football 1,2,3,-4: Track 2: "A" Club 3,4. Edith Graham. Thomas Graham, Judith Ann Gramit: Freshman Girls Chorusg F.H.A. 1,2.4, Secretary 4. Marie H. Grandt: F.N.A. 1,21 F.H.A. 1,2Q Nurses Aide 3. SECOND ROVV: Ed Grapes: Cardinal 3. Robert Green: Intramural Basket- ball: Laurals Honor Society 2,33 Football 23 Baseball 2,33 Solo Chorus 1,2,3Q Opera Club 2,3: Special Choir 2,33 Businessmen's Luncheon 1,2,3: Transferred from Schurz High School. Judith M. Greenacre: Freshman Girls Chorus 13 Treble Clef 2,31 F.H.A. 1,21 Pep Club 1,23 Triple "S" 43 Drama Club 4, Jerry Greer: Class Vice-President 43 National Thespians 43 Wrestling 2.3,43 Football 1,23 Spring Play 3,4: Fall Play 43 Drama Club 43 "A" Club 4. Ronald E. Grenlie. Dennis William Griesmeyer: German 13 Trans- ferred from York Community High. Richard E. Grimm. i., :J .,'u!"1'. ' 1 5 M . .3 3 FIRST ROVV: Dianne B. Gromek: F.N.A. 3,4, President 43 Four Semester Honor Pin3 Triple "S" 43 Pep Club 1,2,3: Freshman Orientation 1,2: Latin Club 23 Hall Monitor 2: Girls Intramurals 1.2. Doreen Gromek: Pep Club 1,23 Class Board 33 Pan-Language Coun- cil 2: F.N.A. 3,43 Four Semester Honor Pin3 Latin Club 23 Girls Intramurals 1.2. Alan G1-otefend: Golf 3,41 Basketball 1, Nikki Ellen Guarriello. Darryl Gundlach: Wrestling 23 Football 33 Con- cert Band 2,3. William J. Haberichter: Concert Band 1,2.3,4: German Band 1.2,3,4: Pep Band 1,2,3,43 Basketball Manager 1: Tennis Manager 1. Sandra I-Iachmeister: Freshman Girls Chorus: , ,if x.,, L I ' R ' 1 1 , 3 sv., V., Treble Clef 23 French Club 23 F.T.A. 2. SECOND ROW: Robert J. Hacker: Wrestling 1,2,3,4g Football 13 Track 1, Roger A. Haenggi: Golf 1,2,4: Basketball 13 Intramural Basketball 2,3,4: Latin Club 2. Laurence P. Hagan: Aeronautics Club 1: Model Railroad Club 1,21 Physical Science Club 2. Roger I-Iago: Football 1,2,4Q Transferred from Lane Tech. Melodee Hagenbring: Spanish Club 43 Triple "S" Club 4, Pep Club 1,2,3. Ronald H. Hahn: Basketball 1. Laurie Haizmann: Cheerleader 23 Cardinal 43 Class Board 3: Talent Show 3,41 Freshman Orientation 2,33 Pep Club 1,2,33 Triple "S" Club 1,2,3,4Q Girls Gymnastics 1. FIRST ROW: Charlene G. Halamaz Drama Club 2,3,4: Speech 41 Triple "S" Club 1,2,3,41 Pep Club 1,2,3,41 Girls Ensemble 3,41 French Club 1,21 G,R.A. 1: Contest Play 4. Pat Halfhill. Jan Hall: Leyden Girls League: Pep Club 2,32 Triple "S" Club 3,41 Math Club: G,A.A. Pat Hall: Spanish Club 1,21 Freshman Girls Chorus 1: G.R.A. 1,2. Bob Halliman. Jacqueline J. Halwax: Triple "S" Club 2,3,4: Pep Club 1,21 Freshman Orientation 2,31 Library Club 1,2,3,4: Hall Monitor 1,21 Girls Gymnastics 1. Ned Hammer. SEC- OND ROW: Michael Lee Hampton: Gymnastics 2,31 Dramatics 3,41 Football 21 Tennis 2: German Club 2. Barb Hanigan: Spanish Club 2: G.R.A. 1. John Hanor: Biology 1,2,41 German Club 2,4. Doug Hansen: Basketball 11 Spanish Club 2.3. Helen Hansen: Intramurals 1,21 Journalism Club 11 Pep Club 1,21 Triple "S" Club 3,41 Bridge Club 41 Publicity Club 21 Drama Club 21 Art Club 3,41 Transferred as a senior from Sheboygan, Wisconsin, Katherine M. Hansen: Orchesis 1,2,3,4: Triple "S" Club1 Pep Club 1,2. Linda Hanson: Class Board 1,21 Orchesis 31 Cheerleader 4: Girls Glee1 Talent Show 1,2,3: Triple "S"1 Bridge Clubg Art Club. FIRST ROVV: Sonny Hapanovich. William C. Harrington: Football 2,3,41 Wrestling 1,2,31 Baseball 1,2,4: Intramural Basketball 3,41 German Band 21 "A" Club 41 Art Club 4. Jane Harris: Girls Glee Club 3: Senior Choir 41 National Honor Society 3,41 Heights 2,31 Operetta 3,41 Talent Show 41 Class Board 41 Social Science Club 3. Richard K. Harris: Fall Play 41 Drama Club. Terrell J, Harris: Wrestling 1,2,3,4: Football 1,2, Dennis Hartmann. Arnold H. Harvey: Band 11 Swimming and Diving 11 Track 11 Gymnastics 1,2,3,41 Freshman Football1 Transferred as junior from Leyden High School. SECOND ROWV: Mary Hassil: F.H.A. 11 Library 3,4. Janet Hasz: Freshman Girls Chorus1 Treble Clef 213. Ronald S. Hatch: Swim Team 11 Transferred as a sophomore from Harrison. Joanne Haupt: Pep Club 1,21 F.T.A. 41 F.H.A. 4. Martha J. Hawkes: Treble Clef 31 Girls Glee Club 41 Triple "S" Club 4. Roberta Hawley: Cardinal 41 Triple "S" Club 1,2,3,4Q Span- ish Club 3: Art Club 1,21 Freshman Girls Chorus1 Treble Clef 21 Girls Chorus 3. Kathie Haynsworth: National Society 3,41 Seven Semester Honor Ping Heights 2,41 Spanish Club 1,2, Treasurer 2: Class Board 31 Quill and Scroll 3,41 Orchestra 31 Talent Show 4. II5 Cornell, tanford, Harvard, Duke, Illinois FIRST ROW: Dale Hedberg: Football 1,2,3, Wrestling 2.3, Base- ball 2, Biology Club 1, Talent Show 1,2, Mike Heinze: Bowling 1,2,3,4. Joan Hendricks: National Honor Society 3,4, Secretary 4, F.T.A. 3,4, Spanish Club 1,2, HY"-Teens 2: Seven Semester Honor Pin: Office Guide 3,4: Art Service Club 2: Letter of Recognition NMST, Transferred as a junior from North College High, High School, Cincinnati, Ohio. Judy Hendricks: Class Secretary 4, Class Board 3, Student Council 1,2: Four Semester Honor Pin, Triple "S" Club 3,4, Bridge Club 3, Talent Show 2,3, Latin Club 1,2. Don Henry. Annabelle Herbst: Freshman Girls Chorus, Treble Clef 3, Art Club 2. Steve Hey. SECOND ROW: Judy Hibner: Office Guide 3, Spanish Club 3. Sandy Hill. Dave Hinze: Track 3. Jerry Hirons. Marilyn Hirsch: Girls Glee 3. Martin Hirsch. Jay I-Ioban. FIRST ROWV: Jerry Hodlmair. George Hoke. Lynne Hollenbeck: Girls Glee 3, Treble Clef 2, Lorie Holm: Pep Club 1,2, board 2, Class Board 2,43 Triple "S" 2,3,4, board 3, Seven Semester Honor Pin, Chorus 1,2, Vice President 2, Heights 4: Talent Show 2,3,4. Karen Holmblad: F.T.A. 2,3. Darlene Horcher: Treble Clef 2,33 Art Club 2. Delores Horcher: F.T.A. 3, SECOND ROW: Ron I-Iosek: Football 1,2,3: Basketball 1: Honor Society 2,3,4, Karla Hoshor: Senior Choir 3,43 Freshman Girls Chorus, Spanish Club 2, Mixed Choir 2, Art Club 2. Carol June Hotton: F.T.A. 3,4, Secretary- treasurer 4, French Club 3, Bridge Club 3, Office Guide 3,4, Julie A. Houseknecht: Office Guide 1,2,3,4, Pep Club 2, Triple "S" Club 3, Spanish Club 3. Russell Hullison Jr. Becky Hunter: Span- ish Club 1,2,4, Freshman Girls Chorus, Treble Clef 2, Girls Chorus 3, Girls Glee 4. Ralph Ibbotson: Golf 1,2,3,4, Class Board 2, Hall Guide: Intramural Basketball 2,3,4, FIRST ROW: Judith Kaye Ingebrigtsen: Leaders' Class 3.4. Rob- ert Inman: Tennis 1,2,3,4: Basketball 1,2,3,4: HA" Club 2,3,4: Stu- dent Council 1,2,3,4: Homecoming King Candidate: National Honor Society 2,3,4: Cardinal 3,4, Sports Editor 4: Seven Semester Honor Pin. Jerry Israel. Judi Jackisch. Robert Jackson, Roland A. Jacobson: DE 3: DO 3.4. Karen D. Jahnke: Class President 1: Stu- dent Council 2: Future Teachers Club 3: G.R.A. 3: Bridge Club 4: Transferred as a senior from Chicago. Illinois SECOND ROW: Patricia Arlette Jahnke: F.H.A., Parliamentarian 4: Office Guide 3.4: G.R.A. 1. Bob Jaques. Nancie Jarm. Sue Jasper: Latin Club 1: Treble Clef 2: Girls Glee 3: Four Semester Honor Pin: Triple "S" Club 2.3. Judith Ann Jenkins: A Capella Choir 3: Cheerleading 1: Student Council 2: Girls Glee 2: Yearbook Staff 2.3: Girls Service League 2.3: Latin Club 2: Office Guide 3: Transferred as a junior from Galesburg, Illinois. Michael G. Jensen: Student Council 1,2: Class Board 3,4: Fall Play 1: Ushers Club 2.3.4, President 43 In- tramurals 3. Meri-ily Ann Joern: Treble Clef 2: Office Guide 3.4, FIRST ROWV: Barbara Johnson: Senior Choir 4: Latin Club 3: Triple "S" Club 3.4: G.R.A. 1.3: Bridge Club 4. President 4. Daryll D. Johnson. Judy Johnson: Girls Chorus 1,2: National Honor So- ciety 2,3.4: Seven Semester Honor Pin: Spanish Club 1,2,: Art Club 3,4: Girls Glee 3,4. Karen Esther Johnson: Class Board 1: Cadet Band, Treasurer 1: Concert Band 2: Triple "S" Club 3. Robert A. Johnson: Cross Country l,2.3,4. Sherlyn Johnson. Rich- ard L. Johnston, Jr.: Freshman Class President: Football 1.2,3,4: Basketball 1,2,3,4: Seven Semester Honor Pin: Student Council 1.2,3,4: National Honor Society 3,4: Homecoming King 4: "A" Club 4. SECOND ROW: Pat Jones: Music 1,2. Jan Jordon: Class Board 2.3: Student Council 3,4: Cardettes 2,3,4: Color Guard 4: National Thespians 3,4: Drama Club 2,3,4: Triple "S" Club 2,3,4: Bridge Club 3. Valerie Juhl: Latin Club 2,3,4, Council 4: F.T.A. 3.4: National Honor Society 2,3,4: Seven Semester Honor Pin: Cafeteria Monitor 4. Alfred L. Jutzi: State Science Fair 1,2,3: Audio-Visual 1.2,3.4: Math Club 2: Mixed Chorus 2: Freshman Boys Chorus: Latin Club 3. Judy Kading: Girls Chorus 1.2: Monitor 43 Transferred in freshman year from Chicago, Illinois. Sharon Kad- lecik. Roberta M. Kalous: Orchesis 2,3,4. Secretary 43 Triple "S" Club 1.2.3: Class Board 4: Twirlers 1: Chorus 1.2: Spanish Club 2.3: Art Club 4, II7 Banquets Reward The F amished With Food FIRST ROW: Nancie Lou Kamin: DE: Transferred as a sopho- more from Detroit, Michigan. Carol Kasl: Class Vice-President: Cheerleader 23 Orchesis 3,43 Triple "S" Club 2,3,4, Corresponding Secretary 33 Pep Club Chairman 33 National Honor Society 3,4: Seven Semester Honor Pin3 Chorus 1,2,3. Karen Kastning: Art Club 23 Office Guide 3,42 Triple "S" Club 3,43 Pep Club 1,23 Bridge Club 3,41 Spanish Club 3,4. Diane Keilman: Hall Guide 13 Nurses Aide. Dave Keller: Tennis 13 Audio-Visual 2. Ken Keller: Biology Club 13 Model Railroad Club 2. Arline Kelley: Library Club 1,21 Student Librarian 1,2,3,43 Spanish Club 43 F.T.A. 4, Historian 43 Bridge Club 43 Four Semester Honor Pin. SECOND ROW: Patricia A. Kelley: Freshman Girls Chorus: Student Council: Triple "S" Club 1,3,4Q Spanish Club 1,21 Four Semester Honor Pin. Les Kesel: Band 1,2. Judy Ann Kessler: Freshman Girls Chorus3 Treble Clef 43 Latin Club 1,22 Social Science Club 3,41 Triple "S" Club 43 Four Semester Honor Pin: G.R.A. 1,4. Marianne Kindler: Transferred as a sophomore from St. Patrick High School, Des Plaines, Illinois. Barbara G. King: Pep Club 1,23 Talent Show 2: French Club 2,33 Triple "S" Club 3: F.N.A, 4, John Kingsley. Kal Kirk: DO 43 Transferred from Steinmetz High School, Chicago, Illinois. FIRST ROW: Roy Klehm: Football 1,2,3,4, co-captain 2.4, All Con- ference 3,42 "A" Club 3,4, Vice-President 4: Four Semester Honor Pin3 F.F.A. 1,2,3, Vice-President 2,31 Baseball 2,41 Class Board 1, Wrestling 1. Maryjane Kleisner: Student Council 2: German Club 43 Class Board 23 Office Guide 43 Triple "S" Club 33 Four Semester Honor Pin3 Bridge Club 43 Transferred as a junior from St, Pat- rick High School, Des Plaines, Illinois. Marilyn Klingenmaier: Chorus 1: Nurse's Aide 2,33 F,H.A. 3, Vice-President 3. Bill Klou-3 this: Wrestling 43 Basketball 1,23 Track 3,43 Ushers Club 43 In- tramurals 2,3,4. Jerry Kmiecik: Audio-Visual 1. Nancy Knackstedt: German Club 1,2: L,G.L. 1,21 Hi C 1: Transferred from Leyden High School, Franklin Park, Illinois. Ken Knoppel. SECOND ROVV: Dennis Knutson: Football 1. Sharon Koeneman: Library Assistant 1,2,3. George Koenig: Explorers Club 43 Intramural Basketball 33 Basketball 2. Edward Lee Koelper: Band 1,23 German Club 1. Jolm Koester: Baseball 1,21 Gymnastics 2: Wrestling 13 Class Board 2. Sharon Kolberg: Concert Band 2,3,43 Triple "S" Club 2,3,43 F.H.A. 1. Jan Kommerstad: HY"-Teens 2,33 G.A.A. 1: Leaders Class 33 Transferred from Edina-Morningside Senior High School, Minne- apolis, Minnesota. FIRST ROW: Karyn Koren: House of Representatives 2,35 Art Club 1,2,3,45 Junior Play 35 Finance Committee 3: Tri-Hi-Y 35 Dance Club 3: Triple "S" Club 45 Transferred from Las Lomas High School, Walnut Creek, California, Lawrence Fredrick Kottke. Paula Ann Kottkc. Kathie Kovacs: Pep Club 1,25 French Club 2,35 Junior Board 35 Girls Chorus 25 Talent Show 3. Roger K1-ambeer. Janet Kramer: Freshman Girls Chorus: French Club: Bridge Clubg Office Guide: F.H.A., Treasurerg G.R.A.: Pep Club. Donald Robert Kranz: Cadet Band 15 Concert Band 2. SECOND ROW: Beverlee D. Kratsch: Cardettes 1,2,3,45 National Honor Society 3,41 Seven Semester Honor Pin: Harmonettes: Girls Glee: Senior Choir 0 WW 45 Treble Clef 25 Talent Show 2,3,4, Mary Claire Kratt: Drama Club 2,3,45 Thespians 3,45 Art Club 2,3,45 Pep Club 1,25 Philosophy Club 35 Office Guide 3: Talent Show 3,45 French Club 3,4. Kay Krebsback: Pep Club 2: Triple "S" Club 3,45 Bridge Club 3,43 Talent Show 2,35 Class Board 45 Office Guide 45 Four Semester Honor Pin. John Krolikowski: Cardinal 45 Student Council 1,29 Sales Committee 1,25 R.O.T.C., Student Detail Committee 1.2.31 Supply Staff 35 Transferred from Harrison Technical High School. Al Kruse. Judy Kuehn: Library Club 1,25 Class Board 15 Art Club 45 Nurses Aide 4. Bernie Kulik. FIRST ROWV: Stephen L. Kurth: Four Semester Honor Pin: Biology Club 1,2,35 Boys Choir 1. John Lacina: Boys Chorus 15 Senior Choir5 Gymnastics5 Four Semester Honor Pin5 Talent Show. Janice Laoen: Girls Chorus 1. Lois Landmeier: F.H.A. 1,3,45 Span- fo Q X as NS RQ KX N 45 Hall F.H.A. 35 G.R.A. 1,25 F.N.A. 4. Regina Lasch: Office Guide onitor 35 German Club 1,25 French Club 35 G.R.A. 1,25 F.H.A. 41 Social Science Club 25 F.T.A. 1. Fredrick G. Lauterburg. Bruce La Veau: National Honor Society 3,45 Class Board 2,35 Science . . . I . . . . ' -fig Pep Club 1,23 Band 114. Girls Glee 12. SECOND ROW: Brian Show 3.5 Electronics Club 1,2. Bruce C. Law: Basketball 15 Tennis Larsen: Talent Show 3,41 Senior Choir 3,45 Choraners 31 Fall Play 1,21 50191109 Seminar 31 Denny Lawson! Proctor S Club 11 Leadfm 35 Operetta 3,45 Boys' Octet 4, Sue Larsen: Triple "S" Club 3,45 FA Club 1.35 Transferred as a soDh0m0f9 ffom Horace Mann High Pep Club 1,25 Office Guide 2,35 Bridge Club 2,35 Leaders Class 35 , I G School, Wichita, Kansas. NM . XJ We Qfslxk. l I9 5 Epxr as X., Late Nights Termi FIRST ROW: Jeffrey B. Layson: Concert Band 1.2,3,4: Dance Band 2,31 Football 1: Track 1,21 Orchestra 2,3,43 Ushers Club 2,3: Talent Show 2,3. Shari Leaf: Freshman Girls Chorus: Latin Club 1,23 F.H.A. 33 F.T.A. 3,45 Office Guide 3: Talent Show 3,41 Oper- etta 3,4. Denny Ledwon: Basketball Intramurals l,2.3. Robert Leekley: Baseball 1,2,3,43 Football 1,22 Basketball 13 Talent Show 23 Intramurals 2,3,4. Richard T. Lelllay: Golf 1,2,3,43 Football 1,2: Wrestling 13 Intramurals 4. Dave Lemke. Linda LeStzu-ge: Class Board 43 Social Science Club, Vice-President 3: Triple "S" Club 1,2,3,4: Pep Club 1,2,3,43 Bridge Club 2,33 F.T.A. 4g Talent Show 1,2. SECOND ROVV: Vicky Lester: National Honor Society 3,41 nate All Term Papers Heights 2,3,4, Picture Editor 4: Quill and Scroll 3,4: Seven Semester Honor Ping Triple "S" Club 3,4: Class Board 13 Freshman Girls Chorus: Talent Show 1,2. Jeannette Leto: Supply Store 4. Lorna Lide: Orchesis 23 Harmonettes 23 Choraliers 3: Senior Choir 4: Triple "S" Club 1,2,3,43 Pep Club 1,2,3,43 Bridge Club 2,31 Talent Show 1,2,3,4. Judy E. Liebenow: Concert Band 1,2,3,43 Pep Band l,2,3.4: Marching Band 1,2,3,43 German Band 3,4. Karen H. Lille- berg: Triple "S" Club 3,41 Pep Club 3,42 Bridge Club 3,4, Vice- President 4: F.N.A. 4. John WV. Lind: Baseball 1,2,3,43 IBM Operator 2,3,43 Four Semester Honor Pin3 Intramurals 1,2,4. Bob Lindberg. FIRST ROVV: John Link: Baseball 1: Wrestling 1,2,3,41 Ushers Club 43 Senior Choir 4. Bud Linneweh: D.E. 4. Bonnie Anne Lippkc: Biology Club 1, Secretary 13 Library Club 23 Freshman Orientation 2: Triple "S" Club 1,2,33 F.N.A. 1,2,3: Cardinal 4: Class Board 3,4, Nancy A. Lips: Spanish Club 2,3,4: F.N.A. 3,43 Pep Club 1,2,4: Triple "S" Club 4: Freshman Girls Chorus: Treble Clef 23 Girls Glee Club 4. Martha Little: Pep Club 1,25 Triple "S" Club 3,43 Bridge Club 3,4: Class Board 33 Leaders Class 3: Transferred as a sophomore from Wisconsin. Sharon F. Lloyd: F.H.A. 2.3,4: Chapter Parliamentarian 33 French Club 2. Patricia A. Loechl: German Club 23 Freshman Girls Chorusg Girls Glee Club 3.4: F.N.A. 3,4: Bridge Club 3.4: Pep Club 1, SECOND ROW: Chuck Logie: Model Railroad Club 2,33 President 33 Football 2: German Club 23 Radio Club. Karen Lynn Lohr: Freshman Girls Chorus: Treble Clef 2,31 Spanish Club 3. Kristin Loll: F.T.A, 43 F.N.A, 33 Bridge Club 1,2,33 G.R.A. 1: Freshman Girls Chorus: Pep Club 1, Ron Longfield: German Club 13 Boys Bowling Club 2,3: Rifle Club 2: Physics Club 3: Transferred as a senior from Maine Township High School, Des Plaines, Illinois. John Lopata: Football 1,2,3,43 Wrestling 1,23 Baseball 1,2. Jeanene A. Lorenz: Freshman Girls Chorus3 Treble Clef 23 Girls Glee Club 4. Pat Lowe. FIRST ROW: Phil Lunaburg: Basketball 1,2: Football 13 Trans- ferred from Luther South. Rod Luebcke. Valerie Lundquist: G.R.A. 1: Art Club 1,2,3: Latin Club 33 Pep Club 1. Tracy Luster. Bar- bara Ann Lutz: Triple "S" Club 2,3,43 Social Science Club 3,4: French Club 1.2: Spanish Club 3,43 Bridge Club 2,32 Pep Club 1,2,3,4: Math Club 3: Hall Guide 1. Ken Lytle: D.E. 3,4. Yvonne A. MacAllister: D,E. 4, SECOND ROW: Bruce Macflallum: Gym- nastics 2,3,4. Mary Kathleen MacCarthy: Cardinal 43 Spanish Club 2,33 Triple "S" Club 2.3,4: Office Guide 4: Class Board 1,2,3: Pep Club 1,2: Bridge Club 2,3,43 Talent Show 3. Mark MacDonald: Talent Show 3,43 Operetta 3,43 Plays 3,43 Choraliers 43 Senior Choir 2,3,4: Drama Club 1.2.3,4: Thespians 3,4: National Honor Society 3,4: Transferred as a junior from Danville, Illinois, Anita Mache: Library Club 1: Triple "S" Club 3: Social Science Club 3. Phil Dfilfcllllt. Bill M. Maddox: Collogium: Class Board 1: Bloom T.H.S. Amateur 1,2,3, Vice-President 3: Transferred as 21 senior from Bloom Township High School, Chicago Heights, Illinois. Beverly Maeda: Art Club 1,2,3,4, Secretary 2, Vice-President 33 Heights 3,4: Latin Club 3,4, Quaester 4: Quill and Scroll 4: Four Semester Honor Pin: Pep Club 1,2, Board 23 Triple "S" Club 3,4: Freshman Orientation 2,3.4. FIRST ROVV: James Andrew Magnuson: National Honor Society 2,3,4, Treasurer 43 Cardinal 4, copy editor 4: Science Seminar 2,3: Seven Semester Honor Pin: Football 23 Baseball 1: Math Club 13 Intramural Basketball 4. Rick A. Mancini: Intramural Softball 1,22 Italian Club 1,2: Intramural Basketball 1,23 Wrestling 23 D.E. 4. Marsha Mariash: Piano 1,2. Susan Marshall: Dramatics 2,3,43 F.T.A. 1,2,4: French Club 3,42 Four Semester Honor Ping Science Seminar 2. Bill Martin. Marie Martin: Seven Semester Honor Pin: National Honor Society 2,3,43 Class Treasurer 2: Class Board 2: National Forensic League 2,3,43 Debate 1,23 Senior Choir 3: Science Seminar 2,33 International School 4. Carl Massa: Basketball 1,2,3,43 Baseball 1,2,3,4: Football 1,2,3.4: "A" Club 4: Four Semester Honor Pin. SECOND ROW: Stephen N. Massie: Ushers Club 3,4: Four Semester Honor Pin: Explorers Club. Doreen P. Matara: Freshman Girls Chorus3 Mixed Chorus: Girls Chorus: Senior Choir: Talent Show 1,2,3: Spanish Club 3,43 F.T.A. 4: Pep Club l,2. Janice May: Triple "S" Club 3,4: Pep Club 1,21 Talent Show 2,3,4Q Dramatics 1,2,4: Treble Clef 23 Girls Glee 3. Ray Mc- Candless. Nancy McComb: Student Council 3,4Q Student Council Recording Secretary 43 Choraliers 2,3Q Harmonettes 43 Class Board 1,2,33 Class Secretary 1,23 National Forensic League 3,4: Girls Club 1,2,3,4, Secretary 4. Lane Bruce McConnell: Art Club 1,43 Track 2: Fall Play 4. John McCully: Audio-Visual 1,2,3,4, Secretary 2, Vice-President 33 Dramatics 3: Transferred as a senior from Clinton, Iowa. l2I Lookin nto Their Future Career D FIRST ROVV: Beverly Ione McDonald: French Club 3,4: Bridge Club 3. Sandralyn McDonald: Library Assistant 1,2: Art Club 4. Sue McDonald: French Club 3: G.R.A. 2: Triple "S" Club 3. Bonnie McDougall: Spanish Club 2,3,4: Freshman Girls Chorus: Girls Glee Club 2,3,4: Drama Club 4: Philosophy Club 3: Fall Play 4: Pep Club 1,2. Patricia Ann McGrath: Orchesis 2,3,4: Senior Choir 2,3,43 Freshman Girls Chorus: Pep Club 1.2: F.N.A, 4: Talent Show 3. Allen McKinney. Roger McKnight: Concert Band 1.2,3,4: Dance Band 1,2,3,4: German Band 23 Brass Choir 4. SECOND ROVV: Karen McLean: Pep Club 1,2,3,43 French Club 1,2: Triple "S" Club 1,2,3,43 Bridge Club 2,3: Four Semester Honor Pin. Shirley A. McLean: Pep Club 1,2: Office Guide 2,3,4. Wvilliam R.. McMillan: Baseball 1,3,4: Football 1,2,3,4, manager 23 Cardinal 33 "A" Club 3,4: Talent Show 3, Terry Mclioberts: Girls Chorus 1,2: Office Guide 3: Library Assistant 2,3. Judith Ann McRoy: Band 1: F.H.A. 1: Transferred as a sophomore from Eldorado. Illinois. Terry Medal: Gymnastics 1,2: Talent Show 3. Art Club 4, Faye Meehan. FIRST ROW: Merry Mendro: Spanish Club 2.3: Megaphone 1: Drama Club 1: Junior Talent Show: California Scholarship Fed- eration: Transferred from Arroyo High School, San Lorenzo, California. Bonnie Metsig: Music Recital 1,21 Basketball Team 1,2: Christmas Show 23 Bridge Club 4: Good Music Club 4: Transferred from St, Patrick High School, Des Plaines. Illinois. JoAnne Metz: Pep Club 1,2,3,4Q Art Club 1,2,: Class Board 2: Triple US" Club 2,3,4: Bridge Club 43 Chorus 1,2: Talent Show 3. VVnyne Meyer: Dramatics 3,4: National Honor Society 2,3,4: Four Semester Honor Pin: Tennis 1,2: Freshman Boys Chorus: Senior Choir 2,3. Richard F. Meyers: Gymnastics 1: Wrestling 2: Aeronautics Club 2. Carol Michelle: "G"-ettes 3: Book Store 2,35 Switchboard 33 Nurses Office 1: Commercial Club 1.2,3: Prom Committee 3: G.A.A. 2: Transferred from Grant Community High School, James Michgelson: Audio-Visual: Four Semester Honor Pin: Talent Show 4. SECOND ROW: Kathleen Milazzo: French Club 2.3: F.T.A. 2: Pep Club 1,2: Triple "S" Club 4. Joe Miller: Intramural Basketball 13 School Play 1: Transferred from Notre Dame. John F. Miller: Seven Semester Honor Pin: Student Coun- cil 1.3,4: Traffic Court Judge 1,2: Class Board 1,2: Football 1,2,3,4: Basketball 1,2: Baseball 1,2: Intramural Basketball 3,4. Mollisue Miller: Spanish Club 2,41 Triple "S" Club 4: F.T.A. 22 F.H.A. 2: Pan Language Council 4: Bridge Club 4: Traffic Court Monitor. Sue Miller: Freshman Girls Chorus: Treble Clef 2: Library Assistant 2: Hall Guide 3: School Store 4. Shari Lynn Mitchell: Na- tional Honor Society 3,4: Leaders Class 3,4: Art Club 1: French Club 2: Math Club 1,33 Girls Intramurals 1: Seven Semester Honor Pin, Wvallace F. Mitchell: Ushers Club 3,4: Drama Club 3,41 Spring Play 3: Fall Play 4. FIRST ROW: Carol Mobus: Orchesis 4: Class Board 43 Triple "S" Club 2,3,43 Talent Show 1: Bridge Club 2,3. Sandra Lee Moehling: Piano 1,21 F.N.A, 13 Latin Club 2,3,4. Lonny Moellen- tine: Latin Club 2: Biology Club 2. Denis Moeller. Janet Lee Mollenkamp: G.R.A. 1,23 Leaders Class 3,43 Spanish Club 1,2. Charlotte Moore: Triple "S" Club 33 Pep Club 23 Latin Club 2. Merigail Moreland: Senior Choir 2,3,43 Drama Club 3,42 F.H.A. 2,41 French Club 2. SECOND ROW: Sandra Morris: Yearbook Staff 2,31 Newspaper Staff 2,32 Pep Club 1,2,3g F.T.A, 3: Band 1,2,33 Transferred as a junior from Garfield County High School. Glenwood Springs, Colorado. Susan Jean Morrison: Spanish Club 2: F.N.A. 3: Triple HS" Club 2,35 Nurse's Aide 3,4: Latin Club 3: Fall Play 4. Frederick T. Mosiman: Football 1. Peter Motisi: Football 1,23 Wrestling 1,2,3. Kenneth G. Moudry: Biology Club 13 Gymnastics Manager 1,23 Tennis 1,2,3. John Wayne Moulton: Debate 43 National Forensic League 4, Gary James Muckle: Foot- ball 1,2g Transferred as a senior from Libertyville High School, Libertyville, Illinois. FIRST ROWV: Paul Mueller: Tennis 1: Fencing 4. WVarren S. Myers: Class Board 2,31 Tennis 1,2,3g "A" Club 3,4Q Drum Major 2.3,4: Senior Choir 2,3,4: Freshman Boys Chorus: Choraliers 3: Talent Show 1,2,3,4, Michael Nash: Student Council 33 Football 2: Baseball 1,21 Basketball 1,2,3. David 0. Naylor: Track 1,2. Donna Nelson: Harmonettes 43 Senior Choir 3,4: Treble Clef 2: Triple "S" Club 2,3,43 Bridge Club 4: Class Board 33 Leaders Class 3. Karen Nelson: Girls Chorus 1,2,3: F.H.A. 2. Marilyn Anne Nelson: Heights 2,3,4, Editor-in-Chief 43 Debate 2,3,4Q Seven Semester Honor Pin3 National Honor Society 2,3,4: N.F.L. 2,3,43 Quill and Scroll 3,4: Spanish Club 2,31 Freshman Girls Chorus. SECOND ROVV: Michael Alan Nelson: Gymnastics 1,2,3,4: UA" Club 3,43 Baseball 1, Mary Ann Nelson: Homemaking Club 1: Cheerleader 13 Red Cross Club 13 Transferred as a sophomore from Good Counsel High School, Chicago, Illinois. Suzanne A. Nelson: Concert Band 1,2,g Pep Band 1,2,33 Class Board 1: Leaders Class 3,4. Herb Neubaum. Russ Newman: Baseball 1,2,3,43 Basketball 1,2. John A. Noble: Wrestling 3: Biology Club 1, Beverly Nowak. I23 To eniors, Parting Is Such Sweet Sorrow FIRST ROW: Art Nyblin. Bill O'Brien: Football 3,43 Student Council 43 Traffic Court Chief Justice 43 Ushers Club 2,3,4, Secretary-Treasurer 43 Chemistry Club 3: Cafeteria Monitor 43 Heights 43 Physical Science Club. John 0'Donne1l: Football 2,3,43 Track 33 Dance Band 1,2,33 Pep Band 1,2,3,43 Hi-"Y" 2,3, Officer 2,33 Baseball 23 "A" Club 43 Transferred as a senior from California, John 0'Grady. Carol Oja. Carole J. Olsen: Yearbook Staff 43 Poster Club 3, Secretary 33 F.'I'.A, 33 Spanish Club 1,21 Tri-Hi-Y 1,2,3,4, President, Treasurerg G.A.A. 33 Chorus 13 Transferred as a senior from Oak Lawn Community High School, Oak Lawn, Illinois. Gerrie Olsen: Triple "S" Club 3,42 Student Council 13 Tennis Club 1,23 G.R.A, 33 G.A.A. 1,21 Art Club. SECOND ROW: Adrienne Joan Olson: Cardettes 1,2,33 Color Guard 2,33 Spanish Club 2,3Q Triple "S" Club 1,2,3,43 Pep Club 1,2. Judith Ann 0'Marro: G.R.A. 1. Janet Omer: Concert Band 1,2,3,4Q Pep Band 1,2,3,4Q F.N.A. 4. Laurence O'Neil: Band 13 Football 1,33 Baseball 23 Hi-"Y" 23 Basketball 33 Trans- ferred from Lynbrook High School, Lynbrook, New York. June Ostrum: Freshman Girls Chorus3 Triple "S" Club 2.33 Bridge Club 2,33 G.R.A. 13 Physical Science Club 23 Pep Club 1,21 Talent Show 3. A. Charles Otto. Bonnie Ovitt: Transferred as a sopho- more from Webster City High School, Webster City, Iowa. FIRST ROW: Nancy Owen: Orchesis 3,43 Triple "S" Club 1,2,3,43 Spanish Club 2,33 Bridge Club 2,3,43 Talent ShoW3 Operetta3 Girls Glee 3,43 Transferred as a freshman from Carl Sandburg High School, Orland Park, Illinois. Nancy Palermo. Florence Palmer: Spanish Club 2,3,4, President 43 Triple "S" Club 33 Freshman Girls Chorus3 Treble Clef 23 Girls Glee 3,4Q Bridge Club 23 Pan Language Council 43 Pep Club 2. Sharon Palmer. Tom Panak. Ronna Lee Panek: Orchesis 2,3,4, President 43 Triple "S" Club 1,2,3,4: Spanish 2,33 Bridge Club 2,3,43 Talent Show 1,2,3,4: Operetta 2,3: Hall Guide 4. Kenneth S. Panza: Ushers Club 2,3,43 Math Club 33 Biology Club 1. SECOND ROW: Lyle J. Parnell. Richard Parson: Wrestling 1,2,3,4Q Track 43 Football 1. Richard Passmore: Baseball 13 Football 1,23 Basketball 1,2,3,43 "A" Club 43 Seven Semester Honor Ping Homecoming Court3 Student Council President. R. Patterson. Charles Patton: Glee Club 1,23 Choir 1,23 Senior Choir 43 Wrestling 43 Fall Play 43 Football 1,23 Basketball 13 Baseball Manager 1,23 John Robert Patzke. Richard W. Paul: Ushers Club 3,43 Social Science Club 33 Football3 Bandq Chorus: Transferred as a sophomore from Harvard High School, Harvard, Illinois. FIRST ROWV: Judie Pauls: Pep Club 23 Music 1,2,3,4. Gammon William Payne: Football 1,2. Dick Peeke: Track 13 Wrestling 13 Baseball 4: Camera Club: Audio-Visual. Sharon Peery: Fresh- man Girls Chorus3 Senior Choir 3,4, Secretary 33 Triple "S" Club 3,43 Class Board 2,33 Talent Show 1,23 Art Club 4: Hall Guide 4. Ed Peifer. Ralph E. Perricone. Lois Perz: Class Vice-President 33 Class Board 33 Cardinal 3. SECOND ROW: Frank Peters: Foot- ball 1,2,3,43 Track 2,3,43 "A" Clubg Transferred from Soo High N l Y 1 , , School, Sault Ste. Marie, Michigan. Fred Peterson: Baseball 1,2,3,4: Latin Club 2. Chuck Phelan: National Honor Society 3,41 Seven Semester Honor P1113 "AH Club 3,43 Cross Country 2,3,4, Captain 43 Track 2,3,4: Basketball 1,23 Class Board 2,31 Social Science Club 3. Lynn Phillips: Nurse's Aide 2,3,43 F.H.A. 33 Latin Club 23 Talent Show 4. Jerry W. Pinkham: "A" Club 3,41 Wrestling 2,3: Football Manager 33 Baseball Manager 23 Fall Play 33 Drama Club 3,4. Richard Pinkos. VVayne Pokuta. FIRST ROW: John Poznan: Freshman Boys Chorus, Vice-Presi- dentg Astronomy Club 13 Organ 2. Gail Prassas: G.A.A. 13 Pep Club 13 Talent Show 1,23 Transferred as a junior from Glenbard High School, Glenbard, Illinois. Grant Prather: Wrestling 1,21 Baseball 1,23 Transferred from Wauconda, Illinois. Sara Jane Precilio: Triple US" Club 2,3,43 Pep Club 1,23 Bridge Club 2,3. Mary Theresa Prenner: Orchesis 2,3,43 Talent Show 2,31 Operetta 2,32 Class Board 2,3,43 Student Council 33 Bridge Club 23 Pep Club 2: Art Club 2. Bob Prenzler: "A" Club 3,43 Football 3,43 Wrestling 33 Baseball 2. Robert G. Prouty: "A" Club 3,43 Tennis 23 Wrestling 2. SECOND ROWV: Barbara Therese Pruyll- Carol Pruyn: Music Club 1,23 Art Club 43 Transferred as a junior from St. Patrick Academy, Des Plaines, Illinois. Linda Sue Raaseh: Spanish Club 1,2,3, Secretary 33 Freshman Girls Chorusg Treble Clef 23 Girls Glee 33 Choraliers 4: Seven Semes- ter Honor Pin3 National Honor Society 2,3,4, Vice-President 43 Orchesis 3. Carl Raffel. Dale R. Rask: Class Board 2. Bob Reckamp. Melanie Joy Reckwert: Senior Choir 2,3,43 Freshman Girls Chorus: F.T.A. 3,41 Pep Club 1,2. I25 Class f 960 Honors Uutstanding Members FIRST ROVV: Diane M. Reel. Trilla Anne Reeves: Senior Choir 3,43 Four Semester Honor Pin: Latin Club 2,3,43 Pan Language Council 23 Mixed Choir 23 Bridge Club 3,43 Triple "S" Club 1.2,3. Jeanne Rae Reighard: Transferred as a freshman from St. Patrick Academy, Des Plaines, Illinois. Karen Frances Reis: Girls Glee 42 Treble Clef 33 F.N.A. 3: Girls Chorus 2: Freshman Girls Chorus. Fred Retzke. Thomas C. Rezner: "A" Club 3,43 Track 2,3,43 Wrestling 2,33 Cross Country 3,43 Band 1,2,3,4. Patrick D. Rickards. SECOND ROW: Ron Richardson: Mixed Chorus 2: Freshman Boys Chorus. Janet H. Rightmire: F.N.A. 1,2,3. Dave Ripley: Honor Pin: School Paper3 Basketball 2,3, Manager 2,33 Intra- mural Basketball 3,43 Transferred from Parker High School, Chi- cago, Illinois. Neil A. Robertson: Football 13 Baseball 1,43 Drama 33 Fall Play 33 Cross Country 43 Transferred from Notre Dame Boys High School, Niles, Illinois. Bonnie Robinson: F.H.A. 1,2,3,4, Historian 1,21 F.N.A. 2,33 Bridge Club 2, Carroll Rocco: Triple "S" Club 4: Office Guide 4. Ralph Roller: Track 1,2,3,43 Football 1,23 Talent Show 1,23 Biology Club 13 Cafeteria Monitor 43 Intra- mural Basketball 2. er H .A ,I v. N .Q ' FIRST ROW: Robert G. Roosen: Track 1,2, Manager 1,21 Russian Club 4, President 43 Library Club 1,21 Pan Language Council 4: Mixed Chorus 23 Seven Semester Honor Pin: Physical Science Club 23 Philosophy Club 3. Victor M. Rose: Baseball 13 Freshmen Boys Chorus: Mixed Chorus: Senior Choir 3,43 Boys Octet 3.45 Football 1. Edward Rosenblatt: Aeronautics Club 1,2,3: Audio- Visual 23 Chemistry Club 3. Glenys Rudd: Heights 23 National Honor Society 2,3,43 French Club 2,3, Vice-President 3: Seven Semester Honor Pin: Freshman Girls Chorus3 Pep Club 1,23 Social Science Club 3. Jim Ruffer: Football 1,2,3,43 Gymnastics 4: Class Board 43 "A" Club 43 Track 43 Varsity Club: Wrestling 33 Transferred as a junior from Pacific High School, San Bernardino, California. Bog Rnmrey: Wrestling 2,33 Track 3,43 Ushers Club 43 Intramural Football 4: Intramural Basketball 3. Bob Russell: Gymnastics 1,233.43 Baseball 1. SECOND ROVV: Suzann J. Russell: Spanish Club 1,2,3,43 F.T.A. 1,2,3,4, President 4: Concert Band 1,2.3,4: Heights 3,41 Orchesis 3,4: Class Board 13 German Band 2: Talent Show 3. Robert R. Russow. Rosemary Ruzicka: Freshman Girls Chorus3 Treble Clef 23 Girls Glee 3,4, President 4: French Club 1,23 Bridge Club 1. M. J. Ryan: Thespians 43 Drama Club 3. Fall Play 3,43 Contest Play 2,33 Talent Show 33 Spring Play 3. Nancy Ellen Rydberg: Orchesis 2,3,43 Class Board 23 Spanish Club 2,3,43 Talent Show 2,3,43 Operetta 2,3,43 Triple "S" Club 2,3,4: Bridge Club 4. Myrna Sachs: G.R.A. 1,2,3,4, Board 43 Pep Club 1,23 Triple "S" Club 3,43 Bridge Club 4: Transferred as a junior from Fenton High School, Bensenville, Illinois. Myrtle Sachs: G.R.A. 1,2,3,4, Board 43 Pep Club 1,23 Triple "S" Club 3,42 Office Guide 43 Bridge Club 4: Freshman Honor Roll: Transferred as a junior from Fenton High School, Bensenville, Illinois. FIRST ROW: Lorelei Sandvig: Seven Semester Honor Pin: Na- tional Honor Society 3,4: Heights 2,3,4, Copy Editor 4: French Club 2,3,4, Secretary-Treasurer 3, President 4: Cardinal 43 Quill and Scroll 3,4: Social Science Club 3, President 3: Pan Language Council 4. Margaret Sandy: Freshman Girls Chorus: Treble- Clef 2: Girls Glee 3: Harmonettes 4: Triple "S" Club 4. Robert Sannwald: Concert Band 2,3,4: Dance Band 2,3: German Band 3: Class Board 3: Spanish Club 3,4: Boys State 3: Talent Show 2,3,4. James Sand- ford. Dick Sanford: Football 1,2,4: Monitor 3: Track 1: Basketball 1: Student Council 1: Star Staff 1: Choir and Ensemble 1: Rifle Club: Transferred as senior from Des Moines, Iowa. Robert Sawyer: Freshman Boys Chorus: Mixed Chorus 2: Dramatics 3,4: Talent Show 3. Patricia Lee Scamehorn: Tennis 1,25 G.R.A. 3, SECOND ROVV: Jane Schaefer: Class Board 1,2,3, Vice-President 3: Stu- dent Council 2,4: Homecoming Court: Pep Club 1,2,3, Board 1,21 Language Clubs 1,2,3: G.R.A. 1,2. Steve Scheffer: Tennis 1,2',3,4: "A" Club 4: Cardinal 4: Intramurals 4: Transferred as freshman from Indianapolis, Indiana. Kathleen Diane Scherrer: French Club 2,3: Office Guide 2,33 Pep Club 1: G.R.A, 1: Triple "S" Club 3. Alan VV. Schilling: Astronomy 1: Wrestling 3. George Frank Schindelar: Football 2: Wrestling 3. Janet Schindler: Pep Club 1,2: Spanish Club 1,2: F,N.A. 2,3, Vice-President 3: Treble Clef 2,3: Senior Choir 4: Choraliers 4: Art Club 4. Karen Sue Schlect: French Club 1,2,3,4: Y-Teens 3, Chairman 3: Pep Club 1,2,3: Art League 1,2,3: Kappa Phi Delta 2,3: G.A.A. 1,2,3: Business Club 3: Polywogs 2,3, Transferred as senior from Cincinnati, Ohio. FIRST ROW: Kenneth T. Schmidt: Debate: Science Seminar: Russian Club: Transferred as freshman from Notre Dame. Lois Ann Schmidt: F.N.A. Shirley Schmidt: German Club 1,2. Dennis Schneck: Wrestling 1,2,3,4Q Football 1,2: Track 1, Lee Schramm: Explorers Club 3,4: Biology Club 1. Carol Schroeder: Drama Club 2: Pep Club 1,2. Diana E. Schroeder: Office Guide' 1,3,4: ClasS Board 3: F.N.A. 1: Spanish Club 2,3,4g Pep Club 1,2,3,4: Art Club 2,41 Bridge Club 2,3: Triple "S" Club 4. SECOND ROW: John W. Schroeder: Football 1,2: Intramural Basketball 1,2,3: Intramural Softball 1,2,3: Homecoming Board 2,3: Transferred from Notre Dame. Mayrene Schroeder: Drama Club 4: Thespian 4: Office Guide 3: Talent Show 3,4. Judy Schuler: G.R.A, 2,3, Treasurer 3, President 4: Art Club 2,3,4: Latin Club 3: F.T,A. 3,4: Four Se- mester Honor Pin3 Talent Shovv 4: Freshman Orientation 2,3,4. Nancy Schultz: Chorus 1,2,3Q F.T.A. 1,43 Drama Club 4: Library 1: Office Guide 4. Richard Schulze: Varsity Debate: Seven Semester Honor Pin: Philosophy Club. Robert Schulze: Senior Board: Cardi- nal: Baseball 2: Intramurals 2,3,4. Ann Schumacher: National Honor Society 2,3,4: Seven Semester Honor Pin: F.T,A. 3: Bridge Club 4: Art Club 1. l27 Enjo Yourself: Itis Later Than You Think FIRST ROVV: William Schumann: Football 1,2,35 Baseball 1,25 Basketball 1: Class Board 1. Karen G. Schwaller: Library As- sistant 1: Class Board 25 Office Guide 25 Talent Show 3: Pep Club 1,25 Triple "S" Club 4. Judith A. Schwartz: Library Assist- ant: Pre-Med Club: Latin Club: G.A.A.: Transferred from Stein- metz High School, Chicago, Illinois. Richard Schwarz. Karenellen Scott: Debate 1,25 Young Christian Students 15 Sodality 2,35 Speech 15 A.A.A, 1,2,35 Spanish Club 3: Red Cross: Transferred as a junior from Alvernia High School, Chicago, Illinois. Carol Seegers: Spanish Club 25 Talent Show 25 Chorus 25 Chorus 35 FIRST ROWV: Dave Shaughnessy: Basketball 15 Track 1,2. Philip L. Shaw: Football 1,2,3,45 Spring Play 3,4: Contest Play 45 Talent Show 35 Biology Club 1. Pat Shervey: Orchesis 3,45 Class Board 25 Spanish Club 1,25 Triple HS" Club 1,2,3,4: Talent Show 2,31 Operetta 3. Fred Shipman: Football 1,2,3,45 Track 2,35 "A" Club 4. Wesley Shoemaker: F.F.A.5 Transferred from Bloomfield High School, Bloomfield, Indiana. Lebert D. Shultz: Concert Band 1,21 German Band 15 Football Manager 2,8,45 Wrestling Manager 2, Baseball Manager 1,2,3: "A" Club 3,45 Science Seminar 2,3,4. Jim G.R.A. David J. Selman: Debate 45 Drama Club 25 Fall Play 25 Track 1: Football 15 Class Board 1. SECOND ROVV: Fred Sender. Judy A. Senne: F.H.A. 25 Library Assistant 2. Janis Serve. Robert Setlik: Cardinal 3,4, Feature Editor 45 Football 3,45 Four Se- mester Honor Pin5 Quill and Scroll 45 Intramurals 2,3,45 Talent Show 4, JoAnn M. Seul: G.A.A. 15 F.H.A. 4. George Joseph Shartle: Wrestling 1,2,3,4: Football 1,2. Charlynn Shaughnessy: Fall Play 3,45 Spring Play 3,4: Contest Play 35 Talent Show 3: Drama Club 3,4, Sikorske. SECOND ROWV: Leslie Silver: Orchesis 2,3,4, President 45 National Honor Society 45 Class Board 3,45 Triple "S" Club 2,3,4, Secretary 35 Girls Club 1,2,3,4, Vice President 3: Senior Choir 3,4, Vice-President 4: Spanish Club 2,3, Treasurer 3, Tom Simmons: Baseball Manager 1,25 Football 25 Talent Show 2,3, Jack Simoni. Michael Skrysak. Barbara Slazas, Judy Slof: Transferred as a junior from Southport High School, Indianapolis, Indiana. Chuck Smith: Basketball 1,2: Golf 1,2,45 Track 25 Cross Country 3: Trans- ferred as a junior from Oskaloosa, Iowa. FIRST ROW: Don Smith: Biology Club 1: Chorus 1,2: Intramural Basketball 2: Intramural Football 2: Transferred from Rich Twp. High School, Park Forest, Illinois. Larry Smith: Dance Band 2,3,4: German Band 2,3: Bridge Club 2,. Pat Smith: Speech Club 1. Vice-President 1: Pep Club 1: Basketball 1: Softball 1: G.R.A, 3: Spring Play 1: Art Club 4. Priscilla Anne Smith: Dramatics 1.2: Glee Club 1: Dance Club 1,2,3: Hall Monitor 2,32 Red Cross 2,32 Pep Club 3: Home Economics Club 3: Sports Club 3: Transferred as a senior from Shorewood High School, Milwaukee, Wisconsin. Sharon L. Smith: Freshman Girls Chorus: Treble Clef 2: Girls Glee 3,4: F.N.A. 3,4: Social Science Club 3: Arlington Society Of Great Music 4. Robert VV. Smits: Art Club 4. Don Snell: Baseball 1,3,4: Football 1,3,4: Basketball 1: Intramural Basketball 4: "A" Club 4: Transferred as a freshman from Notre Dame High School. SECOND ROW: Alice Sokolski: Library Assistant 2,3: G.R,A. 3: Art Club 4. Chet Sokolski. Roselyn Spada: Transferred from Mor- ton High School. Bill Specht: Biology Club 1: Explorers Club 1.2: Track 3. Philip Spitler: Physical Science Club 2: Seven Semester Honor Pin. Wvilliam R. Spomer: Football 1: Basketball 1,2,3: Tennis 1,2,3,4: "A" Club 4: Cardinal 4: Four Semester Honor Pin. Anne Stafsnes: G.A.A. 1,2: Leaders Class 3,4: Math Club 3,4: F.N.A. 3,4: Transferred as a sophomore from Steinmetz High School, Chicago, FIRST ROW: Judith Stark: Office Guide 2,3,4: Library Assistant 1. Anthony J. Stavros: Track 1,2,3,4: Football 1,2,3,4: "A" Club 1,2,3,4: National Honor Society 3,4: Seven Semester Honor Pin: Class Board 2: Intramural Basketball 3,4: Basketball 1. Bette Jane Steil. Eddie Stephens. M. John Sterba: Basketball 4, Man- ager: Intramurals 2,3,4: Senior Choir 4: Fall Play 4: Physical Science Club 2: Chemistry Club 3: Drama Club 4. Bill Sterritt: Concert Band 1,2,3,4: Ushers Club 4: Choir 1,2,3: Dance Band 2,4: German Band 4: Intramural Basketball 1,41 Ensemble 2,33 Pep Band 3,4: Jean May Stewart: Triple "S" Club 3,4, Treasurer 4: Math Club 3,4: Biology Club 3: Pep Club 1,2: Latin Club 2. SEC- OND ROW: Harry Stirmell. Michael Stoffel: Dance Band 1,2,3,4: Concert Band 2,3,4: Marching Band 2,3,4: Cadet Band 1: Drama Club 4: Talent Show 1,2,3,4: Spring Play 4. Carole Stoike: Triple HS" Club 2,3,4: Bridge Club 3: Class Board 3,4: French Club 2: Senior Choir: Girls Chorus: Treble Clef: Transferred as a sopho- more from Indian Hills Junior High, Kansas City, Kansas, Judy Stone: Chorus: G.A.A.: Hall Guide: Transferred as a senior from Schurz High School, Chicago. Dan Striegel: Football 1,2,3,4: Basketball 1.2: Track 1,2,3,4: "A" Club 2,3,4: Hall Guide 2,4. Judy Strobel: Nurse's Aide 1: Bridge Club 2,3,4: Triple "S" Club 3: Class Board 3: Office Guide 4. Karen L. Stuart: Spanish Club 3,4, President: Triple "S" Club 3,4: Pep Club 1,2,3,4: Bridge Club 3. I29 Graduation-The Ending And The Beginning FIRST ROW: Tom Sullivan: Wrestling 15 F.F.A. 1,25 Secretary 2: Barb Swanson: Pep Club 1,215 Latin Club 1,25 F.N.A. 1,2,35 F.T.A. 1,25 Library Club 15 Triple "S" Club 1,2,4. Jane Swanson: Fresh- man Girls Chorus: Supply Store 4. Marilyn Swanson: Senior Choir 3,45 Mixed Chorus 25 Concert Band 15 Pep Band 1, Sharon Swarthout: F.N.A. 2,3,4: Triple "S" Club 3,45 Pep Club 1,25 Spanish Club 2,3,4. Kathy Sweeney: Pep Club 25 Library Club 25 Orchestra 2,35 Transferred as a sophomore from Aquinas High School, Chicago, Illinois. Herb Tallitsch: Football 1,2,3,45 Senior Choir 2,3,45 "A" Club 45 Freshman Boys Chorus5 Track 25 Oper- etta 8,45 Talent Show 35 Intramural Basketball 4. SECOND ROW: Joyce Tapper: Orchestra 15 Pep Club 1,25 Triple "S" Club 1,2,3,45 Office Guide 3. James B. Taylor. James M. Taylor. Ray J. Teborek: Football 2,45 Basketball 1,25 Concert Band 1,25 Talent Show 1,35 Ger- man Band 1,25 Dance Band 15 Intramural Basketball 4. VVilIiam A. Terbellz "A" Club 3,45 Football 1,25 Track 1,2,3,45 Basketball 15 Cross Country 3,45 Latin Club 25 Hall Guide 45 Talent Show 2. Pat Terry: Choraliers 45 Senior Choir 45 Chorus 2,35 Triple "S" Club 1,2,3,45 Talent Show 1,2,3,45 Spanish Club 3,45 Class Board 2,31 Art Club 2. Lynne Tesar: Class Board 35 Girls Chorus 1,25 Girls Glee 35 Senior Choir 4: Triple "S" Club 3,45 French Club 2: Bridge Club 35 Pep Club 2,3. FIRST ROW: Allan E. Themer. Ted A. Thibault Jr.: Handball: Tennis5 Baseball5 Transferred as a sophomore from Mother of Good Counsel Seminary, Warrentown, Missouri. Larry Thomas. Lynne Thomas: Student Council 2,35 National Honor Society 2,3,45 Triple "S" Club 1,2,3,45 Pep Club 1,2, Board 15 Four Semester Honor Pin5 Bridge Club 1,2,35 Talent Show 1,25 French Club 1,2. Starene Ann Thomas: Pep Club 15 F.N.A. 15 Nurse's Aide 1: Office Guide 25 Distributive Education 4. Judie A. Thompson: Nurse's Aide 1,2,3,45 F.N.A. 1,2. Marybeth Thomson: Girls Chorus5 Treble Clef 2: Senior Choir 3,45 Operetta 35 German Club 2. SEC- OND ROW: Carole Tock: Library Club 25 Nurse's Aide 45 Fresh- man Girls Chorus5 Triple "S" Club 3,45 Pep Club 1,25 Class Board 1. Robert Townsend. Lorraine Tonn: Nurse's Aide 1,2,3,45 F.N.A. 1,2,35 Triple "S" Club 3,45 Pep Club 25 F.H.A. 1,2. Bev J. Trader: Library Club 1,25 F.N.A. 1,25 G.R.A. 1,2. Ron Trebess: Track 2,3,45 Cross Country 3,45 "A" Club 45 Class Board 4: Talent Show 35 Hall Monitor 45 Football 15 Basketball 1. Carol Louise Trendel: Spring Play 35 Talent Show 35 Office Guide 35 Fall Play 45 Pep Club5 Span- ish Club 45 Thespians 45 Drama Club 3,4. Joan Carol Trude: Cheer- leading 1,2,3,4, Captain 4: National Honor Society 2,3,45 Fresh- man Girls Chorus5 Senior Choir 2,3,45 Seven Semester Honor Pin5 Talent Show 3,45 Operetta 25 Heights 3. FIRST ROIV: Louis Tyska., Jr.5 Jeanne V. Ulizzi: Nurses Aide 35 Drama Club 3,45 Spring Play 3,45 Fall Play 3,4. Allen A. Ullrick: Football 1,25 Wrestling 1,2. Carol Ulrich: G.R,A. 4. Melvin Von- Bergen. Thomas Va.nBladel. Steve Van Deren: Basketball 2: Baseball 1,25 Cross Country 45 Track 45 Basketball Intramurals 45 Talent Show 45 Choir 35 Transferred as a junior from Fremont, Michigan. SECOND ROW: Karen Van Hoorebeke: Chorus 25 Bowling Team 15 Transferred from Rock Island, Illinois. Vikki Van Ness: Triple "S" Club 1,2,35 Office Guide 1,2,45 Spanish Club 1. Sue van Oosten: Art Club 45 French Club 1,25 F.N.A. 2,3, Board Member 3. Dick Vasy: Transferred from Janesville, Wisconsin as a sophomore. Tom Vidrick: D.E. 4. Karen Visser: Girls Glee 1,27 Fall Play 35 G.R.A. 1,2535 Pep Club 1,25 School Supply Store 4: Transferred as a senior from Chicago, Illinois. Lois Vetrano: Class Board 3,45 Bridge Club 35 Pep Club 15 Triple "S" Club 45 Trans- ferred as a junior from Maine Township High. FIRST ROVV: Karl Vittinghoff: Aviation Club 1. Judy Vivirito: Class Board 3,45 Spanish Club 2,35 Pep Club 15 Office Guide 25 F.T.A. 4. Linda L. Voris: F.H.A. 2. Gary Wade: Basketball 1,2,3,45 Football 15 Senior Choir 1,2,3: Spring Play 15 Transferred as a senior from Wauwatosa High School. Jan Wagner: Choir 3,45 Operetta 3: Drama Club 45 French Club 2,35 Pep Club 1,2. Carol Wall: Art Club 3. Roberta Walker: Freshman Girls Chorus: F.H.A, 1,45 Library Assistant 1. SECOND ROW: Edward R. Walloch, Jr.: Latin Club 2,35 Physical Science Club 25 Bridge Club 4. Patricia Lou Walt: Pep Club 15 F.T.A. 15 French Club 2. Fred Walters: Football 2: Wrestling 1,25 Rifle Team 15 Baseball 1,25 Chorus 25 Track 25 Basketball 15 Transferred from North- western Military Academy. Vaile Richard Ward: Concert Band 15 Baseball 2,45 R.O.T.C. 25 Transferred as a junior from Omaha, Nebraska. Diane WVaterman: Student Council 2,3,45 Chorus 1,2,3,45 Talent Show 1,2,45 Operetta 3,45 Fall Play 45 Drama Club 4: Pep Club 1,2,3, Luree Irene Watson: Heights 3,45 Quill and Scroll 45 Four Semester Honor Pin5 Spanish Club 4: Fall Play Crew 45 F.T.A. 45 Pep Club 25 Art Club 35 Transferred as a fresh- man from Greenville, South Carolina. Wanda L. Wheaton: Latin Club 2,3 Drama Club 2,3,45 National Thespians 45 Fall Play 2,4. Fun, tud , Worr , Hurr - Senior Class FIRST ROWV: Ron WVeber: D.E. 3,4. Lynn WVeber: Pep Club 1,25 Triple "S" Club 3,45 Class Board 1,21 Art Club 2,45 Nurse's Aide 2,35 Talent Show 35 Bridge Club 3. Barbara Wehner: Library As- sistant 2. Judy Lynn Wieher: Orchesis 4: Pep Club 45 Triple "S" Club 4: Bridge Club 4: Talent Show 3,45 Operetta 4: Cafeteria Monitor 4. Ann L. !Veidner: Library Club 1. Harold WVeidner Jr.: Wrestling 1: F.F.A. 3, Secretary 3. Sharon E. Weiss: F.N.A. 3. SECOND ROWV: Robert W'ells. Bob Wendling: Track 15 Trans- ferred from Ft. Lauderdale High School, Ft. Lauderdale, Florida. Dennis Werner, Carole Jean Weseman: G.R.A. 15 Office Guide 3,4. R. Bruce Westcott: Baseball 1. Bette L. Wessies: Heights 45 National Honor Society 3,45 Seven Semester Honor Pin: Office Guide 35 Latin Club 2,3,45 Social Science Club 35 Bridge Club 3: Piano l,2. Sharon L. Wvessling: Concert Band 1,2,3,4: Dance Band 1,3,45 Four Semester Honor Pin: F.N.A, 2,3,45 Biology Club 25 National Junior Honor Society 15 Pep Band 253,45 Transferred as a sophomore from Robert E. Lee Junior High School, Orlando, Florida. ,W :, - ...., -'Iii .. FIRST ROVV: Al Westergaard. Carrol Ann 'Westfalh Freshman Girls Chorusg Treble Clef 2, Librarian 2: Senior Choir 3,45 Spanish Club 2,3,4: Triple "S" Club 3,45 Talent Show 2,35 Operetta 35 Seven Semester Honor Pin. Bev Wetendorf: Cardinal 4: Triple "S" Club 2,3.4: Traffic Court Monitor 45 French Club 35 Pep Club 2,3545 Latin Club 2: Social Science Club 2. Jay Wheelock: Latin Club 1,25 "A" Club 3,45 Tennis 1,2,3,45 R.O.T.C.5 Transferred as a sophomore from Hillcrest High School, Dallas, Texas. Pat White: Pep Club 1,25 Organ 25 Piano 15 Bridge Club 35 Talent Show 1: Fall Play 345 F.T.A. 45 G.R.A. 1. Jeff VVhiteman: Basketball 1,2,3,45 Baseball 1.2,3: Football 1,25 Cross Country 45 Track 45 Student Council 152: Class Board 45 Class President 25 Seven Semester Honor Pin. Transferred as sophomore from Manhasset High School, New York. Carroll Whitesides: Twirling 15 F.H.A. 1,2,3,4, Treasurer 1, President 45 Library Assistant 3: Triple "S" Club 4: Dramatics 3. SECOND ROW: Susan Whiteley: Student Council 1,3545 Class Board 2: Class Vice-President 25 Senior Cl1oir5 Girls Club 1,2,3,4. Vice-President 35 National Honor Society 3,45 Triple "S" Club l,2,3,4, Vice-President 3, President 45 Homecoming Court. Judith VVille: F.H.A. 3,45 Pep Club l,2,35 Bridge Club 25 Latin Club 25 Organ 1,25 Spanish Club 1, Karen E. Williams: Girl's Club5 Stagerafter's: Pep Club5 Leaders Class 3,45 Rifle Club5 Latin Club5 Transferred as a junior from Maine Township High School, Des Plaines, Illinois. Diana WVilliamson: G.A.A. 15 Art Club 15 F.T.A. 15 Transferred as a sophomore from Etobicoke Collegiate Institute, Toronto, Ontario, Canada. Sandra Jean Wvilkens: Concert Band 1,2,3,45 Girls Chorus 1,25 Mixed Chorus 25 F.T.A, 3,45 French Club 3,45 Orchestra for Musical 3,45 State Music Contest 1,2,35 G.A.A. 1,25 Transferred as a junior from Carthage Community High School, Carthage, Illinois. Candace Willner: The Great Music Club 45 Office Guide 25 Four Semester Honor Pin5 Chemistry Club 25 Philosophy Club 25 Biology Club 1,25 Art Club 45 Astronomy Club 1. Rae NVilson: D.E. 45 G.R.A. 2. First Row: Barb Wiltgen: Office Guide 3,4: Pep Club 1,2: Triple "S" Club 1,2,3. Leon Wintz: Wrestling 1,2,3. Juanita M, VVist: Cardinal 2,3,4, Business Manager 3,4: Heights 3: F.H.A. 2,3, Sec- retary 3: Pep Club 1,2: Four Semester Honor Pin: Freshman Girls Chorus: Talent Show 2: French Club 2,3. Kenneth F. VVitt: Ushers Club 3,4. Judy Whittaker. Bob Wolf. Second Row: Joan Wolf: Class Board 2,3: Pep Club 1,2: Office Guide 4: Chorus 1,2,3: Triple "S" Club 1,2,3,4: Bridge Club 3,4. Joseph Wolf: Fencing 1: Latin , ,-"Lf 1 M - 1 L A .1 f way! r LTU "ENV .x,,, I -.. , ,ff - 'L , f Iyii I All JJ 'VS ' 1 lu f L7 w if L 7 lj fx, H 4 . - r , V I 5 Club 1: Band 1: Biology Club 1: Cross Country 3: Track 3,4: Wres- tling 3: Football: Transferred as a sophomore from Austin High School, Chicago, Illinois. Lois Wolf: Music 1,2,3,4: Library Assistant 1,2,3: F.H.A. 1. Elizabeth B. Wood: Heights 4: Class Board 3,42 Talent Show 1,2,3,4: Triple "S" Club 3: Spanish Club 2: Social Science Club 3: Pep Club 1,35 Bridge Club 2,3. Allen A. Wolvin: Track 2: Freshman Boys Chorus: Mixed Choir 2: Senior Choir 3: Speech 2. VVilliam CDougD WVuestenfeld: Wrestling. First Row: Stuart Wright: Audio-visual 4: Football 2: Camera Club Treasurer: Swimming 1,2, Captain: Transferred as a junior from Belleville High School, Belleville, Michigan. Dennis B. Zer- rien. Kurt Zimmerman: Football 1,2,3,4: "A" Club 4: Band 1,21 Class Board 2,3: Seven Semester Honor Pin: Spring Play 3: Talent Seniors Not Pictured: Carol Barsi. Jeffrey Bruce Barr: Football 1,2,3,4: Basketball 2,3,4: Baseball 1,2,3: Leaders Club 2,33 Triple "S" Club 2,3: Transferred from Skaneateles Central School, Scan- eateles, New York. Jack Bateman: Transferred as a junior from Kelvyn Park High School, Chicago, Illinois, Juanita. Bishop. Fred Show 3: Track 2. Sandy Zysko: G.R.A.: Transferred from Maine Township High School, Des Plaines, Illinois. Steve Scott: Gymnas- tics 1,2: Biology Club 1: Tennis 1: Four Semester Honor Pin. John Krolikowski: Cardinal 4. Carlson. Sephan Carroll. James R. Clark: Hall Guard: Student Council: Transferred from Carl Schurz High School, Chicago, Illi- nois. Yvonne DeBusman. Frank Eaton: Basketball 1,25 Baseball 2: Track 1. I33 Seniors Not Pictured: Norb Eggert. John, A. Fischer: Male Choir 3. Roy Froelich: Chorus: German Club: Soccer Intramurals: Trans- ferred from Livingston High School, Livingston, New Jersey. Jeannie Gutru: Cheerleading 2,3,43 National Honor Society 3,42 Class Board 1,2,33 Class Treasurer 33 Senior Choir 3,43 Homecoming Queen Can- Joan M. Keppen: National Honor Society 3,41 Seven Semester Honor Pin3 Girls Club 1,2,3,4, Secretary 3, President 4: Orchesis 3,41 Pep Club 1,22 Triple "S" Club 3. John Kitch. Pat Knutson: Concert Band 1,2,3,43 Orchestra 2,41 Band Council 4: Language Club 23 Transferred as a senior from Aberdeen, South Dakota. Caroline M. Kozowicz: G.R.A. 1,2,3,43 Office Guide 4. Karen Linehan. Arlene Bill Nichols. Robert Novacek. Paula Olsen: Freshman Girls Cho- rus3 Poster Club 2, Treasurer 23 Art Club 23 Tri-Hi-"Y" 1,22 Trans- ferred from Oak Lawn Community High School. James Origer: Swimming3 Mixed Chorus: Transferred as a senior from El Cajon, California. Jean Osterherg. Buzz Owen: Football 1,2,3,43 Track 1,2Q Wrestling 2,43 Student Council 33 "A" Club 3,41 Class Board Butch Pruyn: Wrestling 33 Tennis 1,2,33 Transferred as a senior from Shoreline High School, Seattle, Washington. Craig Allen Ritchey: Transferred as a senior from Lexington High School, Lex- ington, Ohio. Heather Rodericks: Horseback Riding 1,23 Firel Hockey 1,21 Basketball 1,22 Transferred as a sophomore from Need- ham High School, Needham, Massachusetts. Rodman Roeske. Joseph M. T1-ampli, Joe Vlcek. Thomas B. Wade: Science Seminar 2,3,4Q National Honor Society 3,42 Senior Choir 2,3,43 Choraliers 3,41 Drama Club 2,3,43 Talent Show 3,4, Stage Director 33 General Director 4, Deborah Lee Walker: F.H.A. 13 Treble Clef 23 Latin didate3 Student Council Vice-President 4: Seven Semester Honor Pin: Dunbar Exchange, Denny Hahn: Basketball 1. Gary R. Jobst: Baseball 1.2.33 Basketball 1,2. Martin Johnecheck. Richard Kann. Richard Kappel: Concert Band 43 Marching Band 33 German Band 4. Matheson: Latin Club 13 Math Club 33 Secretary 33 F.N.A. 3,4. Secretary 3,43 Class Board 43 Leaders Class 3,42 Four Semester Honor Pinl Transferred as a freshman from Renton, Washington. Jeannette Mueller. Clarel Monell: Transferred as a senior from Southfield High School, Southfield Michigan. 1,33 Class Treasurer 13 Class President 33 Transferred as a sopho- more from Round Lake, Illinois. Dave Palmer: Cross Country 1,2,3,4Q Track 1,2,3,43 Basketball 13 "A" Club 4. Wayne A. Pate- naude: Lane Roller Club3 Aviation Club3 Hall Guard Chief: Gym- nastics3 Band3 Baseball: Transferred from Lane Technical High School, Chicago, Illinois. , 1,,,' Y 7 N. 4 7 'A ,ZZW 'ffai'-4if"' gnffzaif sf.7L'g J, J I 'Q Qffcfff-39 fx' "if ..,' 615 -f-S Adrienne Ropa. Marilyn Rose: Freshman Girls Chorus3 Treble Clef 23 F.N.A. 3,4, Vice-President 33 Bridge Club 33 Triple "S" Club 33 Spanish Club 2. Carol Rowe. Craig Rutledge: Transferred from North Fulton High School, Atlanta, Georgia. Dennis Schielie. Bub Schultz. James L. Spencer: Basketball 1, Manager 2,3,43 Base- ball 1,2. Andy Stechmann. Dotty Thompson. Club 2: D.E. 4, Bob Weaver. Mary Jo Wells. Joseph Weir. Judy VVhittaker: Freshman Girls Chorus. Ralph Winklehake. Harold Witt. Ron Zemba. W r ye M. At the coke party for new students, Ju- dy Pauls introduces new seniors, Jack Simoni and Dick Kann to A.H. customs. l34 Senior Board Third Row: Mr. Kunnen, Ron Treabess, Jerry Greer, John Miller, Terry Fitzpatrick, Mike Jensen. Second Row: Kathy George, Jane Harris, Beth Wood, Judy Hendrichs, Linda LaStarge. First Row: Success For Seniors Senior class vice president Jerry Greer, secretary Judy Hendricks, and treasurer Glenda Gaiser relax after a very hectic board meeting. Bids, bands, refreshments-all the problems of a successful Christmas Ball plague members of the senior board during a planning meeting. Carol Mobus, Glenda Gaiser, Arlene Matheson, Kay Kresbach, Laurie Holm, Mr. Whiteside. lA35 unior First Row: Karen Adkisson, June Albin, Marcy Allen, Sharon Alm, Sue Alm, Josephine Alongi. Second Row: Bill Anderson, Dawn Anderson, Gayle Anderson, Judy M, Anderson, Judith A. Anderson, Kittie Arrasmith. Third Row: Earle Aronson, Raymond Aurnharnmer, Rick Bailey, Terry Barbour, Denise Barkulis, Dave Baughman. Fourth Row: Marlene Kay Becker, Richard Beckman, Greg Beckway, Carol Bedingfield, Steven Beisler, Bob Bendix. Fifth Row: John Bergmann, Linda Black, Barbara Blackwell, Kay Blackwood, George Blink, James Bliss. First Row: Elaine Blomquist, Beryl Bobinette, Cora Boehm, Sondra Borgardt, Bob Bolas, Cindy Bollinger. Second Row: Virginia Borchert, Suzy Bowdle, Charles Bredow, Carol Brenyas, Carole Breust, Nancy Broad- bent. Third Row: Bob Broege, Richard Brongel, Larry Bousseau, Gail Bryant, Susan Buchan, Betty Buck. Fourth Row: Janice Buker, Bill Burfeind, Linda J. Burke, Phyllis Busse, Chris Bylski, Denny Calderone. Fifth Row: Bob Carlson, Julie Carr, Mike Castor, Gail Christ, Rosemary Cimino, Beverly Clark, First Row: Bill Edelblute, Barb Evans, Susan Fergu- son, Sue Ferry, Wally Friker, Ed Fundahn. Second Row: Lee Garr, Leah Goedke, Joyce Geots, Ed Gerber, Roy Gerber, Pam Giese. Third Row: Jim Gladish, Mary Ann Gortz, Shane Gor- man, Mike Gould, Jan Gow, Katherine Graham. Fourth Row: Jim Graves, Claudia Griesbach, Melody Griesman, Thomasina Griffith, John Gustitus, Joyce Hamann. Fifth Row: Bob Hansen, Jim Hansen, Pat Harris, Patty Hartman, Jerry Hawkins, Pat Hawkins. lass f '61 First Row: Kathy Clark, Linda Clark, Sue Clarke, Don Clerihan, Larry Clore, Barb Collins, Second Row: Mercy Condy, Myna Jayne Cordaro. Joyce Crane, Barb Criswell, Trish Crockett, Carol Cronin. Third Row: John Cullison, Sharon Cunningham, Barb Davis, Sue Dean, Jil Dedering, Lauri Dieter. Fourth Row: George Dilley, Gloria Dilley, Judy Dow, Joan Driscoll, Sandy Dwyer, Ron East. Fifth Row: William Eaton, Richard Edelblute, Monica Edlund, Judy Elgas, Karen Elwart, Sonia Ervo. First Row: Beryl Keck, Barb Kehe, Jackie Kehc, Jim Kehe, Margie Keller, Maurita Kelly. Second Row: Pat Kervick, Dorothy Kieck, Carol Kind- ler, Mary Ann Klabe, Mary Knopp, Karen Koeneman. Third Row: Mike Koenig, Bob Kransberger, Ron Kranz, Alice Lagod, Diane Lake, Tom Lang. Fourth Row: Diane Lang, Shirley Lange, Bonnie Langerock, Martha LaRose, Joanne Larson, Nancy Larsen. Fifth Row: Kathy Lawler, Ellen Lee, Linda Lehman, Karen Lense, Fran Levesque, Dick Ligon. l38 uniors First Row: Jim Hedges, Nina Hendricks, Frank Hermes, Dennis Henzoz, Lois Hetzke, Jim Hildebrand. Second Row: Carol Hinchliff, Janet Hipp, Kathy Ho- gan, Beth Hoppock, John Holdeman, Doug Holz. Third Row: JoAnn Hoos, Randy Huebner, Sharon Hul- tin, Tim Hunter, Bob Hutchinson, Bob Jacobsen. Fourth Row: Bill Jamison, Jan Jahnke, John Johan- nesson, Beth Jasper, Mike Jennings, Ken Jennings. Fifth Row: Donna Johnson, Karen Johnson, Nancy Johnson, Nancy Johnson, Barb Jorgenson, Keith Kasen. Class f '61 First Row: Sue Macdonald, Roger Maitland, Pat Ma- jerus, Dale Malzahn, Rose Marino, Janet Meier. Second Row: Val McCann, Leg McDonald, Don Macin- tyre, Mike McKernan, JoAnn Mealey, David Mears. Third Row: Ingrid Mehrmann, Sheryll Mesnard, Beth Michaels, Diane Mikes, Peggy Miller, Dean Moehling. Fourth Row: Terry Moore, Leonard Moravec, Richard Mueller, Jack Mutti, Pam Nagle, Diane Nagorny. Fifth Row: Jan Nelson, Ron Nelson, Conrad Neumann, John Newllard, James Nottke, Judy Norman. First Row: Pat O'Brien, Mike O'Connell, Tim O'Gor- man, Bunny Olson, Pauls Olson, Sally Olsen. Second Row: Roger Olson, Bruce O'Neil, Phil Pailey, Don Parrillo, Marcia Pate. Earl Peacock. Third Row: Patty Peck, Jeff Peters, Susan Peters, Ann Peterson, Leann Petersen, Judy Petry. Fourth Row: Sharon Pruyn, Hermine Putz, Craig Quackenbush, Virginia Quare, Donna Quigley, Bill Quirk. Fifth Row: Judy Rabe, Lenore Radosti, Dave Ran- dolph, Priscilla Read, Dianna Reed, Ray Raines. I39 uniors First Row: Dennis Rice, Maureen Rink, Nancy Ristow, Fran Roeck, Judy Roeske, Joan Rohling. Second Row: Adrienne Ropa, Tom Rose, Loralee Roth- cnberger, Mike Ruhnow, Barbara Ryan, John Ryan. Third Row: Bill Saunders, Kathy Schlau, Glenn Schmidt, Pat Schmidt, Sue Schmidt, Linda Schneberger. Fourth Row: Rita Schneider, Ron Schofield, Margo Scott, Nancy Scott, Mike Sedlak, Terry Seelenbinder. Fifth Row: Kathy Sellers, Jim Shaw, Sandy Shaw, Alice Simmonds, Garner Simmons, Jeannine Sims. I40 First Row: Harold Smith, Lynne Smith, Sharon Smith, Tim Smith, Roland Soorus, Sharon Stewart. Second Row: Scott Strehlow, Judy Stewart, Burma Suhr, Brenda Surratt, Barbara Swanson, Ron Tatar. Third Row: Diane Thackery, Natalie Thoms, Dolores Thor, Diane T-horsen, Beverly Thygeson, Carolyn Tracy. Fourth Row: Wick Tregel, Shari Tremberth, Janet Trever, Jim Ungaro, Pat Vander Hoeven, Nancy Voss, Warren Wahl. Wallace Adams, Oliver Auer, Marilyn Ben- son, David Ber, Virginia Borchert, Bar- bara Brown. Daniel Carlsen, Richard Carlson, James Clabaugh, Hervert Conner, Joseph Cor- rado, Philip Craig. Allan Crowe, William Cunningham, Ed- ward Debusman, William Dempewolf, James Diehl, Dolores Dornan. Susan Ernst, Gary Erwin, Roger Esse, Wendy Fellingham, Robert Frank, Fred- ric Froyd. Richard Gallagher, Pamela Giese, James Gladish, Georgia Goewey, Mary Ann Goertz, Shane Gorman. Michael Gould, Janis Gow, Datherine Gra- ham, James Graves, Frank Gravin, Mel- ody Griesman. Class V61 First Row: Grant Wallhoff, Vicki Walker, Ann Warren, Bruce Watkins, Warren Walter, Pam Warfield. Second Row: Sue Warren, Janice Weidner, Dave Wein- rick, Carol Weiser, Diane Wennerstrom, Georgianne Wesler. Third Row: Kathy Wessling, Barb Westberg, Barbara Westfahl, Dick Wetzel, Jan Whadcock, Dru White. Fourth Row: Jim Winiarski, Pam Wiltshire, Beverley Winkler, Paul Widinski, Karen Williams, Jack Williams. Fifth Row: Susan Withey, Skip Witt, Marie Wohler, Dean Wollin, Terry Wood, Lynn Wright, Sandy Dwyer. uniors Not Pictured Claudia Griesbach, Gary Gullett, John Gustitus, Victoria Haden, Joyce Hamann, Bob Hansen. James Hansen, Patrick Harris, Patricia Hartman, Jerry Hawkins, Sandra Hart- lein, Caroline Hoffmann. Lawrence Jauch, William Jones, Barbara Kath, Nancy Kingsley, Karen Koeneman, Mike Koenig, Veronica Koeppl, Robert Kransberger, Ronnie Kranz, Kathleen Kuhlman, Alice Lagod, Diane Lake. Thomas Lane, Diane Lang, Bonnie Lan-. gerock, Shirley Lange, Nancy Larsen, Jack Larson. Joanne Larson, Carol Lawler, Karen Lloyd, Stephen Lowe, Margaret Miller, William Miller. Eugene Moehling, Cynthia Mueller, Roger Olson, William Ostermann, James Peder- sen, Beverly Raichert. Roger Raupp, Pauline Renwick, Dathie Ritzenthaler, Elisazeth Roedell, Dennis Rooney, James Roozee. John Rush, Robert Ryan, Larry Saunders, William Sayre, Daniel Schanmier, Lynn- ette Schroeder. Louis Simmons, Harold Simondson, Frank Soprano, Robert Stanton, Carol Stigger, Bruce Sullivan. Valerie Syms, Mary Tamulis, Patricia Themer, Gary Thomas, William Thomp- son, Wayne Thompson. Linda Tracy, Thomas Valenzo, Don Vick- ery, Richard Walsh, David Whitaker, Clifton Wickstrom. Donna Wlederhold, Wayne Wildans, Bev- erley Winkler, Rozanne Wittek, Lucille Wrenn. l4l Junior Board Fifth Row: Craig Quackenbush, Bob Bolus, John Newhard, Bob Hutchinson, Wayne Thompson, Jerry Hawkins. Fourth Row: Jan Gow, Dorothy Kiek, Terry Barbour, Carolyn Tracy, Tim Smith, Frank Hermes, Bill Burfiend, Mike Castor, Third Row: Diane Thorsen, Mary Sue Knopp, Vicky Walker, Jill Dedering, Nancy Johnson, Monica Edlund, Cora Boehm, Betty Buck, Donna Quigley, Beryl Bobbinet. Second Row: Sue Fergerson, Judy Norman, Karen Williams, Nancy Larsen, Trish Crockett, Pat O'Brien, Judy Ander- son, Nancy Anderson. First Row: Patty Peck, Sue Terry, Linda Schneberger, Ann Warren, Barb Swanson, Berry Keck, Drew White. Enthusiastic unior Push Prom Promotion Junior Class Officers John Newhard, Wayne Thompson, Jerry Hawkins, Dru White, Lynne Smith. l42 Having attained the standing of upperclassmen, the Juniors take the initiative as they carefully decorate for the first dance of the year. Homeroom 228 Fourth Row: Chris Choporis, Kerry Clark, Eric Christensen, Robert Burm, Dale Coven- try, Jack Carney, Larry Croon, Bill Cook. Third Row: Susan Carle, Carol Cope, Flor- ence Carlson, Nancy Carstens, Janet Craw- ford, Deanna Carman, Sue Cornelius. Second Row: Diane Coopmans, Marilyn Courter, Mary Conlley, Beverly Bycroft, Cheri Car- roll, Barb Corkell, Kitty Crockett, Frances Cooper. First Row: Wally Clark, Ken Clark, Robert Cordaro, Linda Burke, Judy Cowan, Donna Crane. Homeroom I46 Fourth Row: John Embrey, Bill Doten, Tom Fedak, Jerry Esch, Pete Dougan, Terry Engle, Byron Duff, Gary Elste. Third Row: Gary Elledge, Mary Dralle, Lynn Cains, Dick Daeschner, Marilyn Emery, Gene Crossin, Steve Fowler. Second Row: Pete Engle, Pen- ny Fink, Roberta Finkler, Pam Bryant, Kathy Finch, Pat Drant. First Row: Darlene Don- arski, JoAnne Del Giudice, Judy Erwin, Daryl Davis, Donna Cunningham, Judy Durgom. Sophomores Homeroom 2OI Fourth Row: Ken Bartelt, Thomas Benson, Bill Berg, Kathy Baker, Gerry Berthold, Judy Bazler, Barb Bartels, Roger Behrens, Third Row: Gene BeHage, Les Beyer, John Ander- son, Okey Anderson, Lars Anderson, Chris Beaber, Ken Adams. Second Row: Dave Bell, Barb Becker, Joyce Berggren, Pam Berngen, Arlene Barnes, Connie Beckway, Trudy Benson, First Row: Donna Ander- son, Sharon Amerlan, Susan Allison, Carol Bafetti, Donna Aronson, Jean Anderson. Homeroom 226 Fourth Row: Jack Bunn, John Bloschinsky, Bob Bliss, John Bowdle, John Burgermei- ster, Rusty Blix, Walter Brown. Third Row: Bruce Botterman, Dennis Buren, Durwood Brockman, Susan Braasch, Lois Brown, Ron Burdick, Jim Borecki. Second Row: John Boyd, Eric Bublitz, Gloria Bolliger, Gail Brooke, Mike Brady, Ginny Bliss, Lois Boett- ger. First Row: Bob Bohac, Robert Brown, Barb Brown, Ruth Ann Bostian, Stephanie Bratke, Dawn Bozee. Sophomores Homeroom I55 Fourth Row: John Hahnfeld, Burkhard Geis- sler, Allan Gerlach, Roger Frederickson, Patt Gross, Harold Griesmeyer, Marty Graves. Third Row: Sam Griffith, Chuck Gosch, Tim Garasha, Ernie Galarza, Herb Greksa, Bonita Hahn. Second Row: Diane Fox, Marilyn Gulbandson, Marilyn Gifford, Karen Hahn- feld, Barbara Gard, Charlene Haase. First Row: Keith Friend, Jerry Franz, Vince Fur- long, Roger Freise, Martin Hahnfeld, Erve Gramit. Homeroom 249 Fourth Row: Richard Hartmann, Albert Hill, Mike Hennessy, Ronald Hinrichs, John Hall, Mark Hannum. Third Row: Tony Hey, Bill Heinz, Mike Heyl, Jim Hendricks, Keith Hol- lenbeck, Dick Hansen. Second Row: Judy Hoggay, Sue Heddesheimer, Georgene Hall, Sue Hanich, Marj Haizmann, Joan Halten- hoff, Beth Hansen, Carol Hildebrant. First Row: Judy Havey, Donna Henne, Lynnea Heidt, Jessie Hill, Barbara Hamm. Homeroom I4I Fourth Row: Sherry Johnson, Don Kanwisch- er, Mike Hruby, Chuck Jensen, Art Kennedy, Jim Hosek. Third Row: Linda Kehe, Carol Jaquet, Susan Hosang, Gerald Inselberger, Don Kingsley, Dan Jennings, Dick Klaslo. Second Row: Carol Klehn, Karen Jones, Cathy Jones, Carol Kent, Lesley Hoppe, Sue Keller, Debbie Holloway, Jim Jansen, First Row: Shirley Homeyer, Rita Jo Klabe, Pa- tricia Kinne, Diane Janis, Ann Kalkhoff, Chris Howes. Homeroom 220 Fourth Row: Don Krambeer, Jim Kottke, Don Kolstad, John Lane, Ernest Larkin, Bill Kopplin, Bill Kyska. Third Row: Fred Kunz, John Latta, Bob Laughlin, Dennis Koeppen, Kerry Kurtz, Dean Ladas. Second Row: Maryann Kuhn, Jane Krause, Beverly Kram- beer, Kathleen Kmiecik, Nancy Kruk. First Row: Judy Kraenzel, Angie Ladas, Kathy Kolens, Sue Larsen, Judy Kuhlman, Linda Krueger. Homeroom 235 Fourth Row: Beth Olson, Ken Nowak, Tom Parish, John Passmore, Don Naumann. Third Row: Manfred Mukahirn, Judith Nelson, Molly Musser, Jim Murphy, Bob Paddock, Jerry Orgler, Ed Natzke. Second Row: Mar- cia Mueller, Nancy Ostrom, Kathy Parker, Mary Nelson, Caroline Neas, Valerie Page, Bruce Nicol. First Row: Jackie Neurauter, Karen Palmer, Karen Panek, Karen Olsen, Sue Munson, Marcia Myers. Homeroom 50 Fourth Row: Scott Randle, Ryan Petersen, Jerry Peterson, Jim Pohlman, Jim Peeke, Third Row: Paul Peters, George Pennington, Don Rajkowski, Bill Poole, Ronald Reese, Robert Prims. Second Row: Nancy Purdy, Kathie Poznan, Cinda Pippenger, Pam Pel- tier, Donna Pohlman, Paulette Torretto. First Row: Carole Paulson, Priscilla Reed, Lucene Pennington, Pamela Reckwerdt, Donna Raw- lings, Mary Pietrolonardo. Class Ui ,62 Homeroom I2I r Fourth Row: Joe Machut, Ralph Law, Joe L0- Cascio, John Lundgren, William Lovitt, James Liszeski. Third Row: Lonas Lindgren, Dick Lonergan, Jerry Lind, Harry Margulis, Ken Lyons, William Linn. Second Row, John Lind, Vicky MacIntyre, Karen Macior, Jan Loster, Diane Lindman, Lucy Lynch, Vicki Machin. First Row: Sue Lips, Barb Legge, Susie Lay- son, Fran Lobojko, Elaine L'Homrnedieu. Homeroom I I7 Fourth Row: John Miller, Don Markus, Kurt Markshausen, Randy Miller. Third Row: Charles Mills, Bill McCracken, Tom McGrath, Hank Melnik, Mike McDonald, Ted Milli- ken. Second Row: Margaret Marshall, Bob May, Larry Moehlenkamp, Terry Mazur, Kathy Metz, Lois Molitor, Ray Miller. First Row: Margaret Moeller, Mary Miles, Nancy Moellentine, Nadine Martin, Toni Marsala, Helene Mell. ophomores Homeroom 233 Fourth Row: Jerry Russell, Bill Roozee, James Robertson, Bill Sauerman, Carole Sat- tazahn, Diana Rosenblatt. Third Row: Don Sass, Bob Robinson, John Ritzma, Ross Ret- terer, Tim Roble, Bill Richter, Paul Rybski. Second Row: Betty Ann Rainschmidt, Mary Ann Robinson, Mary Ellen Reynolds, Gerry Reilly, Sue Reeves, Sandy Rigney, Rose Ru- dolpho. First Row: Bernadette Richter, Frank Renner, Diane Richard, Ted Reineking, Pat Reif, Kathy Ryan. Homeroom 23 I Fourth Row: Rick Schroeder, Roberta Schroe- der, Pat Scharrlnghausen, Betsy Schulte, Mark Shannon, Rick Schroeder, Third Row: Elaine Schiel, Anita Schamne, Carolyn Seng, Pat Schwarz, Judy Shambo. Second Row: John Shaw, Jack Schwolow, Don Schanmier, Bob Sauer, Jack Sider, Ruth Schilling. First Row: Pat Schanmier, Sandy Schmiedel, Carol Schindler, Carole A. Schutz, Betty Schuette, Betsy Sherman, Laurie Schulte. Homeroom I 40 Fourth Row: Bill Stull, Ford Slagle. Third Row: Pete Schultz, Robert Sweet, Dick Stedry, John Spieker, Virginia Soorus, Glen Staadt, Jack Smith, Robert Sielken, Bud Stewart. Second Row: Debby Starnes, Sharon Slater, Gail Sullivan, Ruth Ann Stine, Betty Sims, Sue Simon, Kathy Sowinski, Julie Strathearn. First Row: Kathy Theal, Carol Sorce, Doro-thy Stier, Sandy Teets, Ruth Siwek, Penny Tessar. Homeroom 50 Fourth Row: Tom Trieschmann, Ray Voel- ker, John Treat, Tom Van Deren, Bill Wert. Richard Wallhoff, Daniel Wesolek, Bill Thomas. Third Row: Larry Weidner, Jim Valenti, Garry Thomas, Gerry Vidrick, Frank Webster, Bob Wenzel, Barry Reece. Second Row: Mary Walsh, Mary Tulley, Ann Tof- foli, Mary Thomas, Jan Tierney, E. J. Ward, Nan Tully, Bill Wallenbecker. First Row: Judith Van de Merkt, Rosemarie Wemlinger, Barb Thorsen, Linda Trimmel, Barb Wade, Kay Warnecke, Eric Vittinghoff. Promoting success are Annette Zimmerman. Katy Wit, Beth Olson, and Toni Marsala, the executive officials of the soph class. Sophomore Class Board Fourth Row: Molly Musser, Ryan Peterson John Latta, Mark Hannum. Third Row Cheri Carrol, Gale Sullivan, Jeanne Zimmer- man. Second Row: Mr. Raino, Bobbie Brown Debbie Holloway, Sandy Schmiedel, Barb Bar tels. First Row: Miss Craig, Annette Zim merman, Toni Marsala, Katy Wit, Beth Olson Class '62 Homeroom I37 Fourth Row: Roy Woodruff, Darryl Wisch- stadt, Frank Williams, Sue Yates, Mary Zaker. Third Row: John Wrenn, Dennis Wood, Ke-ith Zimmerman, Katy Wit, Annette Zimmerman, Judy Whitaker, Vohny Woods. Second Row: Cheryl Williams, Nancy West- fall, Jeanne Zimmerman, Darlene Yahnke, Phyllis Wikarski, Lucille Wrobel. First Row: David Wollerman, Leonard Witter, Richard White, Clifford Zeek, Jack Wetherall. Makeup Homeroom Second Row: Merrily Moehling, Urnie Krue- ger, Diane Stade. First Row: Diana Brenyas, Lynn Strait, Andrea La Tour. Busily cutting out some "paper doll" bids for the freshman turn-about are Nancy Pepio, Sally Moore, and Sue Hamilton. Introducing Heirs To Cardinals, Tradition Holding a meeting outside are frosh offi- cers Dan Bedford, Russ Walters, Nancy Bohac, Pete Vaughn and Chris Crockett. Freshman Board Third Row: Gail Gaenzie, Nancy Pepio, Sue Hamilton, Nancy Bohac, Chris Crockett, Chuck Close, Pete Vaughn, Mr. Cashen. Second Row: Joanne Hvid, Andy Rogozinski, Sue Craw- ford, Sally Moore, Judy Boehner, Marti Watson, Russ Walters, Mrs. Claney. First Row: Bill Kasper, Phil O'Connell, Jim Lin- dall, Gil LaCroix, Doug Rice, Fred Ball, Dan Bedford. Freshmen Homeroom 223 Fourth Row: Barrett Allison, Gary Andersen, Robin Auld, Ian Bartholomew, Steve Belcher, Jim Anderson, Dan Bedford. Third Row: Elroy Anderson, Tom Balhatchet, Margaret Bauler, Pat Beasley, Barb Baule, Don An- derson. Second Row: Fred Ball, Charlotte Annen, Lynn Arndt, Jill Adix, Robert Bar- dash, Derrill Bakas. First Row: Carla An- derson, Lynn Anderson, Kathy Bauer, Judy Bell, Suzanne Bauer, Mary Aspengren. Homeroom 206 Fourth Row: Jim Bland, Alice Brandau, Gary Brodnan. Third Row: George Brinke, Judy Boehner, Sandra Borgen, Barbara Bus- chart, Charlotte Blackwell, Sandy Bruska. Second Row: Kendell Bond, Eric Berg, Paul Benrud, Gary Bryan, Richard Brace, Mike Bencic. First Row: Muriel Bischoffer, San- dra Allen, Joan Brna, Nancy Bohac, Barbara Burns, Elaine Brogden, Kathy Branka. Homeroom 2 I 0 Fourth Row: Neil Clausing, Chuck Close, Al Carosella, John Colombe. Third Row: Mich- ael Clexton, Allan Campbell, Bill Cargile, Bob Clark, Bruce Colvin, Robert Carlson. Second Row: Rosemary Calienel, Joyce Conroy, Jan- ine Carlson, Sharon Bylski, Barbara Carlson, Sue Colianni, First Row: Susan Carlisle, Karen Campbell, Marcia Cech, Kathleen Cas- teel, Kathleen Clemmons, Patti Capone, Jean- ellen Chiles. Homeroom 208 Fourth Row: Steve Cournoyer, Doug Cox, Richard Doubek, Richard Corn, Jeff Corbin, Bob Dodge. Third Row: John DiCanio, Larry Corrado, Janet Dubs, Sheryl Crittenden. Kathy Curtis, Karen Drake, Arlene Drewes. Second Row: Nancy Dresmal, Dee Dee Drumtra, Mike Cosgrove, Peggy Corn, Sue Crawford, Joan Donahue. First Row: Chris Crockett, Daryl Down, Nancy Daube, Sharon DeShan, Maria DeLaGarza, Marlee DeBusman. Freshmen Homeroom I53 Fourth Row: Pete Furlong, Robert Edie, Gail Gaenzle, Joyce Esse, Bill Fluger, John East. Third Row: Joe Gehrke, Dennis Fitz- Patrick, Charles Friedlander, Mike Flaherty, Christine Forpe, Carla Ferris. Second Row: Paul Garrity, Jerry Emmerich, Pat Gauck, Jan Ferry, Nancy Ervo, Cathy Fowler, Alice Freier. First Row: Susan Ebel, Bob Frohne, Tom Dunham, Janet Frank, Patricia Faust, Jane Ferguson. Homeroom I32 Fourth Row: Bill Guilfoil, Jim Gutru, John Glaslish, Karol Graczyk, Laural Grey, Mac Gow. Third Row: Barbara Gutzman, David Granzin, Ed Grote, Ken Gruenes, Doug Gus- tason, Douglas Green, Barb Gish. Second Row: Jeanie Guderley, Melanie Hacker, Jim Gerken, Bob Gray. First Row: Meredith Grisell, Judy Guarrillo, Edward Gratzer, Rob- ert Graumann, Donna Gieseke. Homeroom l42 Fourth Row: Karen Hagenback, Lance Hen- rickson, Katherine Hagg, Kathy Hartig, Rick Hawley. Third Row: Dave Hedberg, Margo Hauff, Steve Hadland, Shirley Harmon. Sec- ond Row: Sue Hamilton, Rick Hankley, Ray Hardtke, Mary Jane Heberling, Janet Helwig. First Row: Linda Hardison, Jane Hayns- worth, Nancy Halama, Barbara Hawkey, Gary Hahnfeld. Homeroom 246 Fourth Row: Jay Hines, John Jacobson, Leroy Homeyer, Sue Isham, Sandy Honan. Darlene Johnson, JoAnn Jahnke. Third Row' David Jevne, Sue Hidding, Sharon Huff, Linda Johnson, Janet Hugg, Joanne Hvid. Second Row: Robert Hoehle, Mary Hoffman, Nancy Herman, Karen Herr, Anne Homme, Marilou Hogate, James Hipp. First Row: Nancy Hill. Bill Hoban, Carna Herford, John Herro, Fred Jarm, Jim Hildebrandt. lass f '63 Homeroom 254 Fourth Row: Bill Kasper, Harry Kairys, Jr., Don Krehl, Pat Kennedy, Ron Johnson, Den- nis Lee, Bob Johnson. Third Row: Marian Kalish, Joan Kastning, Lyn Johnson, Judy Kucera, Sue Kindler, Janice Kramer, Sharon Kolle, Jim Kivi. Second Row: Judy Kerbick, Bill Kelley, Richard Keslinke. Beverly Kay, Phil Johnson, Steve Kennedy, Judy Krambeer, Michael Katz. First Row: Sue Klingenmaier, Gayle Kasen, Diane Kabat, Suzanne Katovich, Barry Juhl, Charles King, Joseph Lohr. Homeroom 252 Fourth Row: Mary Lunkos, Alan MacDonald, Jacob Meudt, Jim Mahler, Craig McDougall. Third Row: Jeanne Marshall, Lynne Mat- thews, Kelly Mammina, Barbara Magnuson, Bonnie Luster, Barb McDonald, George Meyer. Second Row: Lynn Machometa, Carrol Lysien, Dan Meyer, Lupe Lopez, Gerhard Mache, Rick Maitzen. First Row: Marcia Martin, Joel Martin, Dave Martin, Carol Medley, Marge Lurtz, Delores Lopez. Homeroom 250 Third Row: Ken Layden, Sue Lester, Lynn Keinberger, George Leone, Gil La Crox, Roger Lindstrom, Allen Lapinski, Diane Lloyd. Sec- ond Row: Jay Lemke, Roy Lindeman, Vera Land, Cassandra Kunstman, Jim Lippert, Ron Linn, Stephenie Leth. First Row: Ron Lasch, Allan Lasheff, Jim Link, Terry Leh- man, Orville Kron, Daryl Lebben, Gail Kurtz. Homeroom 246 Fourth Row: Gary Neal, Dave Hill, Jim Moore, Russ Mitchell. Third Row: Phyllis Nelson, Mary Meyer, Mary Mockenhaupt, Sally Moore, Jim Miller, Tom Mueller. Sec- ond Row: Ken Miller, Marilyn Murdock, Jo Anne Mitchell, Karen Moudry, Steve Miller, Marcia Munk, First Row: Donna Neubarth, Barbara Nauheimer, Peggy Miley, Linda Mitthe, Jeanette Mohlman. Freshmen Homeroom 243 Fourth Row: James Parker, James New- comb, Phil O'Connell, Roland Oberg, Dalton Pate, John Oneill, Scott Overton. Third Row: Robert Paddock, Dick Nix, Greg Olen, Mi- chael Patrick, Mike Newcomb, Allen Parch- em. Second Row: Wayne Parkin, Karyl Ora- vetz, Jane Oldenburg, Kathy Newberg, Mary Ottengheime, Ester Nygaard, Don Panunzio. First Row: Susan Palmer, Carol Owen, Les- lie Odor, Susan Paul, Joan Oertel. Homeroom I29 Third Row: Scott Quakenbush, Ronnie Pe- tersen, Ernest Piazzi, Kent Prather, Kenneth Pedersen, Bill Raasch, Martin Purvis, Second Row: Nancy Pepio, Alene Posselt, Cindy Potts, Jackie Pohlman, Pat Pearce, Janet Pitzen, Robert Price. First Row: Tana Quinn, Karen Pickert, Karen Peterson, Betty Pohl- man, Lois Peters, Marty Peifer. Homeroom l25 Third Row: Darlene Raupp, Ken Rateike. Douglas Raupp, John Rae, Doug Rice, David Robson. Second Row: Mary Rickerson, Bar- bara Roberts, Julia Robinson, Joan Rajala. Kerry Ritzenthaler, Lynnette Ramey, Jean Reilly. First Row: Charles Read, Heidi Rie- sing, Sandy Reynolds, Ron Radke, Carol Retzke, Lynn Raffel. Homeroom I27 Fourth Row: Terry Scott, Tom Smith. Third Row: Jim Schalin, Burnardo Sauceda, Janet Rose, Larry Schmidt, Barbara Schmidt, Shar- on Schoen, Sharon Santage, Diane Roszak. Second Row: Sharon Schumaucher, Donald Schaefer, Susan Sebastian, Gene Scheuwimer, Ann Schmitt, Luana Schofield, Linda Seales. First Row: Sydney Schumaker, Peggy Roth- acker, Andy Rogozinski, Mike Ryan, Reginald Rybak, Diane Rush. Class f '63 Homeroom I04 Fourth Row: Terry Sesterhenn. David Sell. Hal Sellech, Joe Smith, Jim Shartle, Ken Seeger. Third Row: Bill Snodgrass, Karen Sorensen, Charles Simmonds, Diane Soenk- sen, Dean Schultz, John Simpson, Ed Staahl, Ted Staahl. Second Row: Chuck Spatafore, Lynn Sloan, Donna Soto, Carolyn Smith, Gary Spencer, Marilyn Smith, Jenifer Snelten. First Row: Kathy Simon, Emmi Snyder, Cindy Shay, Cheryl Smalley, Pat Smith, Carol Shanley. Homeroom I I2 Third Row: Jerry Totzke, Bill Swaby, Char- lene Stites, Steve Stadnick, Jim Tindall, Paul Tossman, William Syoen. Second Row: Sue Tapley, Judy Sullivan, Leah Strehlow, De- lene Tomlinson, Joanea Stueber, Carol Teg- tow, Katherine Tagge. First Row: Mary Stewart, Genevieve Sterling, Judy Tally, Judi Stewart, Roy Tatar, Jack Sulima. Homeroom I35 Fourth Row: Charles Vleck, John Weidner. Third Row: Jorge Villar, Tom Tully, Betty Vahrenhold, Pete Vaughn, Russell Ward, Leroy Watkins. Don Walker. Second Row: Joe Weiland, Bob Ward, Jim Waddell, Linda Vernon, Sandra Weide. Judy Walsh, Lynae Townsend. First Row: Cheryl Watkins, Marty Watson, Kay VanderVort, Michel Wad- zita, Richard Visser, Russ Walters John B. Truskowski. Homeroom 53 Third Row: Larry Wright, Joe Wertheimer, Jim Wessling, Ron Wolf, Vince Wroblewski, Gary Yeast, William H. Wood. Second R-ow: Lynn Witter, Shirley Willert, Terrence Witt, Rick Yoder, Greg Whiteman, James Wolf, Tom Wilmotte. First Row: Ralph Witzke, Linda Wennerstrom, Joan Wesley, Sheryl Wirth, Joan Wilcox, Judy Whipple. Concluding this year's climb "to greater heights," we, the HEIGHTS staff, realize that we are indebted to many people for their time and consideration. First and fore- most we are indebted to our adviser, Mr. Robert Boesel. Guiding us through our many deadlines took a great deal of his time, and for this we express our truest gratitude. It is said that a picture is worth a thousand words. With this in mind, our praises go to Vicky Lester, our picture editor, for her patience and perseverance in plan- ning and scheduling the pictures. In connection with our pictures, we acknowledge Mr. John Zubek, our photograph- er, of Community Camera and his employer, Mr. Don Knapp, for their willing cooperation. Our thanks also go to Mr. Larry Wells of Capitol Engraving Company for his work behind the scenes. Another year of copy-writing meant toil and trouble to our faithful copy editor, Leigh Sandvig. Writing and fitting the vignettes and accounting for all the copy was a big job that required much of her time. After the copy had been written, fit, and typed, it was Sent to Paddock Publications for printing. Our genuine appreciation goes to Mr. Lou Tanner and Mr. Karl Kanitsch for the diligent work in printing. Enclosing the contents of our book is the cover, pro- duced by the DeLuxe Craft Company and their represen- tative Mr. Harold Beckett. In addition our many thanks go to the administration, counselors, teachers, and coaches for their cooperation in organizing the pictures and the copy. I54 Acknowledge Efforts "She always speaks highly of you," says Mr. Boesel as he listens to bridge table gossip in an afternoon session with the girls on the staff. Barbara Antoine Diann Lang Kay Blackwood Beverly Maeda Caroline Neas Bill O'Brien Susan Peters Linda Jane Burke Beverly Bycroft Diane Cary Barbara Criswell Suzann Russell Kathy Damerow Elaine Schiel Judy Erwin Sharon Slater Kathy Haynsworth Diane Thorsen Debby Holloway Pamela Warfield Lorie Holmes Luree Watson Berry Keck Bette Wessies Linda Krueger Beth Wood Rain, nor snow, nor sleet, nor hail can keep the Heights staff from running Wild with jubilance and relief when that deadline is met. A Adams, David 143 ......,............. 98,105 Adams, Kenneth 123 ............ 47,61,143 Addy, James 143 .............................. 105 Adlx, Jill 113 .................................... 149 Adkisson, Karen N, 133 .......... 98,136 Agnas, Judy 143 ...........................,,, 105 Albin, June M. 133 ........ Allen, Marcy 133 ........... ............ 1 36 Allen, Sandra 113 .............,............ 149 Allison, Barrett 113 .................. 59,149 Allison, Mary 143 .......................,.,.. 105 Allison, Susan 123 ..............,. 76,77,143 Alm, Sharon 133 ......... ................ 1 36 Alm, Susan 133 ................ ,.,.,.. 87 ,136 Alongi, Jo 133 ...................... ......... 1 36 Altergott, Dennis 143 ........ ......... 1 05 Amerlan, Sharon 123 .................,,, 143 Andersen, Gary 113 ...................... 149 Anderson, Carla 113 ................ 100,149 Anderson, Dawne L. 133 ........ 98.136 Anderson, Don 113 .............. 48,61,149 Anderson, Donna 123 .............. 100,143 Anderson, Elroy 123 .................... 149 Anderson, Gayle L. 133 ........89,90.101,136 J k A 4 tudent Index Beckway, Greg 133 .................... 62,136 Bedford, Dan 113..20,51,S0,97,148,149 Bedford, Fred 143 .......... s9,95,97,106 Bedingfield, Carol 133 ..l.. ,...... ........ 1 36 Beeger, Helmut 143..50,80,81,93,106 Behage, Eugene 123 ........................ 143 Behrendt, Keith 143 ........................ 106 Behrens, Roger 123 .,.,..,................. 143 Beigel, Marcy 143..74,78,79,83,93.106 Brace, Richard 113 .....,.,..l......... 93.149 Bracken, Bonnie 143 ..... ....... 8 6.89,107 Bradle, Barb 143 ............-.-.------------'- 103 Bradley, Lee 143 .........,......,... 79.90.108 Brady, Michael 123 ....................--,. 143 Brandau, Alice 113 .................... 99,149 Brandon, Carl 143. .,................... 90,108 Branka, Kathy 113 ..............,..... 86,149 Bratke, Stephanie Ann 123 .......... 143 Bredow, Charles 133, l.......... .......... 1 36 Brennan, Rainy 143 ........................ 108 Brenyas, Carol L. 133. ............. 84,136 Brenyas, Diana Louise 123 .......... 147 Breust, Carole 133 .........,... ............. 1 36 Brinke, George 113 ..................... ...149 Brinke, Joanne 143 ............,.,......... 108 Brna, Joan 113 ....,,,.,,............... ,101,149 Broadbent, Nancy 133 .................. 136 Brockman, Durwood 123 ,... 82,911,143 Beisler, Stephen 133 ........................ 136 Belcher, Steve 113 ................ 51,67,149 Bell, David 123 ................ 51,61,97,143 Bell, Judy 113 ............................ 93,149 Bell, Sue 143, ..............,...... 80,87,88,106 Belmont, Louis P. 143 .................. 106 Bencic, Michael 113 ....,...........,....... 149 Bendix, Bob 133 ...................,...... 84.136 Benevich, Alan S. 143 .............. 97,106 Bennett, Bill 143 ............... ......... 1 06 Bennett, Dave 143 ............ ......... 1 06 Benrud, Paul 113 ............... ......... 1 49 Benson, Marilyn 133 ........................ 98 Benson, Thomas P. 123 ................ 143 Benson, Trudy 123 .............. ,.....,...., 1 43 Ber, David 133 Ber, Mike 143 .................................. 106 Berg, Andrea 143 ............ 75,79,89,106 Berg, Bette 143 ................ 33,57.69'.106 Berg, Bill 123 ........... ......... 4 7,523,143 Berg, Eric 113 .............. ..........,..... 1 49 Berg, Robert 143 .......,........,....... 60,106 Berge, Barbara 143 ........................ 106 Berge. Louise 143 .................. 2784 106 Berggren, Joyce 123 ....,........... 101:143 Bergmann, John 133 .....,..... .46,98,136 Bergstrom. Tom 143 ............ 76,T7,106 Brodnan, Gary 113 .................... 51,149 Broege, Bob 133 ........................ 98,136 Broege, Dorothy 143 ............ 86,87,108 Broeske, Larry 143 ,......,..........,. 74,108 Brogden, Elaine 113 ............... ......... 1 49 Brohm, Robert 143 ........................ 108 Brongel, Richard 133 .......,.. 81,941,136 Brooke, Gall 123 .................,............ 143 Brousseau, Larry 133 ................ 58,136 Carman, Deanna 123 ........ ........... 1 43 Carney, Jack 123 .......... ...... . ....... 1 43 Carosella, A1 113 ........ ....,.... 4 8,149 Carr, Julie 133 .............................-.--- 136 Carroll, Cheri 123 .................... 143,147 Carroll, Stephen 143 Carrozza, Carole Ann 143 ........l... 109 Carstens, Nancy 123 ..,... 79,90,101,143 Cartwright, Julie 143 .... 79,86,89,109 Cary, Diane 143 ..l...... ....... 4 9.73,79,109 Cashin, Tom 143 .............................. 109 Casteel, Kathleen 113 .,.............. 92,149 Castle, Betsy 143 ........ 27,75,78,89.109 Castor, Michael 133..50,60,80,136.142 Cech, Marcia 113 ............................ 147 Cervenka, Tod O. 143 ................,... 109 Chalmers, Bill 143 .......................... 109 Chiles, Jeanellen 113 .......... 86,87,149 Choporis, Chris 123 ........--....--, A------ 1 43 Choporis, Robert N. 143 .--------- 50,109 Christ, Gail 133 ,.............. ................. 1 36 Christ, Ronald L. 143 ......... . .l.... 109 Christensen, Eric 123 .,................ 1143 Christiansen, Harry 143 ................ 109 Christensen, Neil 143 .................... 109 Christiansen, Tom 143 ........ 46.52,109 Christophersen, Lynn 143 ........ 98,109 Christy, Linda 143 .......................... 109 Cieszynski, Dennis 143 ...........,...... 109 Ciezadlo, Betty 143. ................l.. 79,109 Cimino, Rosemarie 133 .................. 136 Ciskowski, Nancy 123 Clabaugh. James 133 Bischoffer, Tom 133 Cornelius, Sue 123 ....------ 22,82,90,143 Crane, Donna 123 ............................ 143 Anderson, ac . 1 3 ...,......,,.. 84,105 Anderson, Jack R. 143 ........75,78,96,98,105 Anderson, Jim 113 ......................,. 1149 Anderson, Jeanne 123 .................... 143 Anderson, Joan A. 143 ............ 49,105 Anderson, John 123 ..,............... 60,143 Anderson, Judi A. 133 ....,....... 136,142 Anderson, Judy 133 ........................ 136 Anderson, Karen 143 ............ 54,56,105 Anderson, Lars 123 .............. 47,59,143 Anderson, Lynn 113 ....,,,..,,,,...,..,,. 149 Anderson, Nancy Kay 143 .......,79,100,101,l05 Anderson, Okey 123 ........................ 143 Anderson, Pat 143 .......................... 105 Anderson, Richard C. 143 ........52,89,97,105 Anderson, Ron 143 .................... 84,105 Anderson, Sandra 143 ........ 83,86,105 Anderson, William K. 133 ...... 98,136 Anderson, William L. 143..74,97,105 Andrew, Bill 143 ............ , ........... 46,105 Angus, Dave F. 143 .....,.,.,.......,,,.,., 105 Annen, Charlotte 113 ...................... 149 Anson, Weston 143 .......................... 105 Antoine, Barbara 143 ........73,87,91,101,105 Arndt, Lynn 113 ............,......, ,..,,.,,,, 1 49 Arnold, Robert 143 ,.....,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 105 Aronson, Donna 123 ......,...,. ,..,,,,,, 1 43 Aronson, Earle 133 .,.,,,..,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 136 Arrasmith, Alice K. 133 ...... ..,....... 1 36 Aspengren, Mary 113 ..........,.,.. ..... 1 49 Auer, Nelson 133 ,.,.....,...,,,,,,..,.,,, , ,,,, 97 Auld, Robin K. 113 ,,..,.....,,,,,,..,, 93149 Aurnhammer, Raymond 133 ....... 1 136 Averill, Donald 143.. .,,.....,..,,,,,,, 97,105 Bachar, Bruce 143 .....,... ,,,,.,,,,,,, 1 05 Bafetti, Carol 123 ....,... ,,,,,,,, 1 01,143 Bailey, Rick 133 .,....,... ,,,,,,,,,, 9 8,136 Bakas. Derrill 113 ................ 48,61,149 Baker, Kathie 123 .........,........,,, ,9S,143 Balhatchet, Tom 113 ,......... 90,97,149 Ball, Fred 113 ............,......,,.,..,., 148,149 Ballou, Donald C, 143 ..,,,,,,,,,,,i 58,105 Banach, Janet V. 143 .....,,,.,,,.,,.,,, ,105 Barbour. Terry 133--52.80,98.136.142 Bardach, Richard 143 ,..,. .......,, 26 ,105 Bardach, Robert 113 ...,,,,,.,,, 59,90,149 Barker, Kurt 143 .............. 46,52,54,105 BaI'k111iS. Denise 133 ,... ..89,90,98,136 Barnes, Arlene 123 .....,....,......,,, 83,143 Barnes, Ronald 143 .... 26,76,77,79,105 Barry, Rosemary 143 ........38,76,78,79,105 Barsi, Carol Anne 143 Bartels, Barbara 123 ........ 101,143,147 Bartelt. Kenneth 123 ............,....... 143 Bartholomew, Ian S, 113 .,,,,,,,,,,, 149 Bartle, Vince 143 ...... 26,39,79,97,106 Bartman, Carole 143 ..,,,,,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,, 106 Basil, Jim 123 Bateman, Jack. 143 Bauer, Katherine 113 ...........,........ 149 Bauer, Suzanne 113 .................. 99,149 Baughman, Dave 133 ......,... ...,.,... 1 36 Baule, Barbara 113 .......... .... ......... 1 4 9 Bauler, Margaret 113 ........ ..,.,.... 1 49 Baumann, Jerry 143 .,...,...,..........., 106 Baumet, Darlene 143 ......,...,..... 79,106 Bayne, Carol Arm 143 .,.,,,,, ,,,,,,,,, 1 06 Bazler, Judy 123 .............. ......... 1 43 Beaber, Chris 123 ...,........................ 143 Beasley, Patricia 113 ....,,.,..,..,...... 149 Becker, Barbara 123 ................ 101,143 Becker, Marlene Kay 133 ........ 84,136 Beckman, John 143 .............. 46,52,105 Beckman, Richard 133 ..,..,............ 136 Bernard, R. Glenn 143 ..,......... 98,106 Berndt, Terry 143 ........................,.,. 106 Berngen, Doug 143 ...,...,..............,, 106 Berngen, Pam 123 ...................... 82,143 Berthold, Carol 143 .............. 76,77,106 Berthold, Gerard J. 123 .......... 77,143 Bertok, Steve 143 Bertsch, Phil 143 ............................,. 106 Best, Karen 143 ............ 78,79,101,106 Best, Mary Ellen 143 .,.,,...,.......,.,. 107 Betts, Carla 143 ..............................., 107 Beyer, Les 123 ................................., 143 Beyerau, Penny 143 ..........., 79,90,106 Bialo, Bob 143 .................................. 107 Bialo, Charles 143 ............ .....,....... 1 O7 Bienemenn, Jan 143 ........ ............. 1 07 Bierma, Harry 143 .................... 58,107 Bill, Melanie 143 ........................ 98,107 Billy, Al 143 ................................ 82,107 Bischof, Phyllis Gay 143 Bischoffer, Murial A. 113 ............ 149 Black, Linda 133 ...... 90,97,98,101,136 Blackwell, Barb 133 ,... .,97,98,101,136 Blackwell, Charolette 113 ............ 149 Blackwood, Kay 133. ........... 73,82,136 Blake, James L. 143..46,52,62,63.107 Bland, Jim 113 ............................ 48,149 Blink, George 133 ............................ 136 Bliss, Ginny 123 .........,.............. 101,143 Bliss, James R. 133 ......... ....... 9 1,136 Bliss, Bob 123 ................... ........ 7 7,143 B11 R 2 .... . ........................... 143 x, usty 1 3 Blomquist, Donald 143.., ............... 107 Blomquist, Elaine 133 .................... 136 Bleschinsky, John 123 ........ 22.98.143 Blum, Alan 143 ......,......................... 107 Bobinette, Beryl 133 ......,... 82,101,136 Boden, Kathleen 143 ............ ..., 4 9.107 Boeche, Penny Ann 143 .......,.... 86,107 Boehm, Cora 133 ......................., 80.136 Boehner, Judith 113. .....,... 20,148,149 Boekhoff, Mary Otis 143 ........27,83,86,93,107 Boeldt, Jerry 143 ............................ 107 Boettger, Lois 123 .......................... 143 Bohac, Bob 123 ...............,.,..,.....,. 47,143 Bohac, Nancy 113 ...... 20,57,92,148,149 Bolas, Robert 133 .................... 136,142 Bolliger, Cindy 133 .....,......,........... 136 Bolliger, Dennis 143 ......... ......... 1 07 Bolliger, Gloria 123 .,..,.... ......... 1 43 Bollman, Bob 143 ............................ 107 Bolognia, Bonnie 143 .........,...... 87,107 Bond, Kendell 113 ..,....,....,..,...... 61,149 Bonin, Phyllis 143 .......,............ 52,107 Borchert, Virginia 133 .................. 136 Borecki, Jim 123 ............................ 143 Borg, Laurene 143 .......................... 107 Borgardt, Sondra V. 133 ............ 136 Borgen, Sandra 113 ,...,...... ......... 9 7.149 Bork, George 143 ........33,46,52,54,62',63,107 Boscamp, Carol 143 ................,....... 107 Bostian, Ruth Ann 123..97,98,101,143 Bott, Carol Anne 143 .... 79,93,94,107 Botterman, Bruce 123 .............,....., 143 Bowdle, John 123 ......................., 90.143 Bowdle, Suzy 133 ............................ 136 Bowman, Clinton R. II 143 ........84,90,107 Boyd, John S, 123 ...................,,,.... 143 Bozee, Dawn 123 .............. ............. 1 43 Brassch, Susan 123 ......... ....... 83 ,143 Brace, Fred 143 ...,...,.... ...,.,. 9 7,107 Brown, Barbara 123 .... 86,90,143,147 Brown, Barbara 133 Brown, Lois 123 ............,,.......... 100,143 Brown, Richard 143 ...............,.,...,.. 108 Brown, Robert 123 ......,....... 82,91.143 Brown, Walter 123 .................... 93,143 Browne, Karen 113 ........,................... 93 Brownell, Glynn 143 ..............., 80,108 Brunberg, James A. 143 ........38,79,82,91,108 Brunner, Joyce 143 ...,. .... .....,......... 1 0 8 Bruscato, Fran 143 ....,......,.........,.,.. 108 Bruska, Sandra 113 ....... .......... 1 49 Bryan, Gary 113 ............. .,.,...... 1 49 Bryant, Gail 133 .............................. 136 Bryant, Pam 123 ........................ 52,143 Bryant Robert C. 143 108 Bryngelson Mary Ellenm143w""' ', ........ 86,593,108 Bublltz, Eric 123 ..........,................... 143 Buchan, Sue 133 Buck, Betty 133 .......................... 86,136 Buckley, Richard 143 ................ 97,108 Buker, Jan 133 ................... ....... . ..136 Bugielski, Gerry 143 ......... .......... 1 08 Bunn, Jack 1223 .............,. .......... 1 43 Bunn, Laura 143 ..........,.. .......... 1 O8 Bunn, Russell 143 .......................... 108 Burdick, Ronald 123 ,..........,...,..,... 143 Burditt, Pat 143 .......................... 84,108 Buren, Dennis 123 ................ 47,67,144 Burfeind, William E. 133 ........60,62,97,136,142 Burgermeister, John 123 .,......,..... 143 Burke, Judy Lynn 143 .................. 108 Burke, Linda. L, 123 ........................ 143 Burke, Linda Jane 133..73,82.89,136 Burm, Bob T. 123 ................ 47,61,143 Burnett. Ginger 143 .... . ,...... 79,98,108 Burnquist, Earl 123 Burns, Barbara Jean 113 ............ 149 Burns, Marikay 133 Burrows, Mary Jane 143 .............. 108 Buschart, Barbara 113 .................. 149 ' 108 Busse, Gloria 143 ..........,................. Busse, Jay 143, ............... ........ 9 7.108 Busse, Karen 143 ......... . ........... 84,108 Busse, Pat 143 .................................. 108 Busse, Phyllis 133 ................ 85.89.136 Busse, Sandra L. 143 .............,.. 85,108 Buttitta, Fran 143 ...................,.. 86,109 Bycroft, Beverly 123 ............ 73,82,143 Byers, Bob 143 ................................ 109 Byl, Neil 133 Bylski, Chris 133 .......,.., , ...... ...136 Bylskl, Sharon 113 ....... .,........ 1 49 Byrne, Juanita 143 ......... .......... 1 09 C Cagle, Carole 143 .............. .......... 1 09 Cains, Lynn 123 ..................,............. 143 Calderone, Carolyn 143 ............ 52,109 Calderone, Dennis 133 ............,,.... 136 Caliendo, Rosemary 113 ................ 149 Campbell, Alan 113 ........................ 149 .97109 Campbell, Jerry 143, .......,,...... . , Campbell, Karen E, 113 ................ 149 Cangelosi, Joseph 143 .............. 84,109 Cap-one, Patricia A. 113 ................ 149 Cargile, William C. 113 .......... 48,149 Carle, Susan 123 .............................. 143 Carlisle, Sue 113 ..,.............,.,.,.,. 83,149 Carlsen, Dan 133 Carlson, Barbara J, 113 .............. 149 Carlson, Bob 133 ........,.........,...,...,. 136 Carlson, Florence J. 123 .............. 143 Carlson, Fred 143 Carlson, Janine 113 .................... 83,149 Carlson, Jeff 113 ........ .........l.. 9 2 Carlson, Rich 133 ........... .......,.... 4 6 Carlson, Robert 113 ....... .......... 1 49 Clancy, Sue 143 ..............,...,...,, 101,109 Clark, Bev 133 .........................,,....... 136 Clark, Bob 113 ........................ 48,61,149 Clark, James 133 Clark, Jeffrey E. 143 .... 39'.79,98,109 Clark, Jim 143 Clark, Kathy 133 ............................ 137 Clark, Ken 123, ...... . ...-.- .-.-.---4----. 1 43 Clark, Kerry 123 ........................ 47,143 Clark, Linda 133 .................... 76.98.137 Clarke, Richard L. 143 ........ 93.94.110 Clark, sue 143 ............................ 98,109 Clark, Thomas C, 143 .................... 109 Clark, Thomas R. 143 .... ,...60,80,109 Clark, Wally 123 ..........,................. 143 Clarke. Susan 133 .................... 124,137 Clausing, Neal 113 ..................,....... 149 Clemmons, Bev 143 .....,.................. 110 Clemmons, Kathleen 113 .............. 149 Clerihan, Don 133 .... ................... ..... 1 37 Clexton, Arthur 143 .................. 84,110 Clexton, Michael 113 ................ 99,149 Clore, Larry 133 ......................... ..... 1 37 Close, Charles 113 --------.------- 43,148,149 Close, Linda 143 ........ 32,33,36,57.110 Cgert, Lois 143 ..........,...,............. 90,110 Coey, Ann 143 .....,...................... 101,110 Coffey, Jay 143 ..... ........... ......... 68 , 110 Coleman, Lynne 143 ................ 98.110 Colianni, Susan 113 ....... .............. 1 49 Collins, Barb 133 -....... -.-...--.- 1 01,137 Collins, Terry 143 .....,. .............. 1 10 Colombe, John 113 ........ ......... 97 ,149 Colvin, Bruce 113 ........................ 61,149 Cominsky, Merrily 143 ............ 90,110 Condon, Carol 143 -.------------------ 101,110 Condy, Mercy 133 ............ 52.849.98.137 Conley, Mary 123 ........................ 9 1,143 Conroy, Joyce 113 ....... Conroy, Judy 143 -.----- Conroy, .Tom 143 ........ .........84,11O Cook, B111 123 ...--.---.-------- .-------- 4 7,143 Cook, Nancy 143 ................ ........... 1 10 Cooper, Frances 123 -.-.--.-. .- ------- 143 Cooper, Kathleen 143 --------- ------- 1 10 Coopmans, Bob 143 .......... ....... 1 10 Coopmans, Diane 113 ........ ........... 1 43 C pe, Carol 123 ................................ 143 Cgrbett, Jean Ann 143 .............. 93,110 Corbin, Jeff 113 .-.-----.,---------- 83.97.149 Cordaro, Myna Jayne 133 ---- 101,137 Cordaro, Robert J. 123 ...,.... 58.63.143 Corkell, Barbara 123 .............--- 85.143 Corn, Peggy 113 ..............,... , ......,.... 149 Corn, Richard 113. ..... ................ 9 9,149 Corrado, Joe 133 ............---------------- ---- 45 Corrado, Larry 113 .................... 61,149 Cosgrove, Mike 113 .......... .......... 6 1.149 Costa, Janice 143 ..................-------- -.110 Cournoyer, Steven 113 ........,--------- 149 Courter, Marilyn 123 .............. 101,143 Coventry, Dale 123 ....... ......... 6 3,143 Cowan, Judy 123 ......... .............. 1 43 cox, Doug 113 ............ ..........,. 9 0,149 Craig, Philip 133 .................... 94,95,97 Crane, Jacquelyn 143 ................ 84,110 Crane, Joyce 133 .....................----A-. 137 Crawford, Janet 123 ................l. 90.143 Crawford, Sue 113 .................... 148.149 Creamer, Diane Mae 143 .... 41.84.110 Crellln, John E, 143 ........................ 110 Creviston, Betsy Ann 143 ........41,52,8O,98,110 Criswell, Barbara 133.. ,..... ............ 1 37 Crittenden, Sheryl 113 ............ 99,149 Crockett, Chris 113 ................ 148,149 I55 Hankiey, Rich 115 ......................,,.. 150 Crockett, Kitty 125 ...........,.. 52,80,143 Crockett, Trish 135 ............ 83,137,142 Gerlach, Fred 145 .......... .........113 Hanich, Susan 125 ......... ........ 86 ,144 Hanigan, Barbara 145 .................... 115 Germer, Roy 135 G tt D 45. Go , G ' 35 Daily, Sue 145 .................................. 110 eway eorgia 1 Cronin, Carol 135. ..,........................ 137 Croon, Larry 125 ........... .......... 8 2,143 Crossin, Gene 125 .......... ......,.... 1 43 Crowe, Allan 135 ,,,..................... .... 5 8 Cullison, John 135 .................... 62,137 Cunningham, Donna 125 ............,. 143 3 137 Cunningham, Sharon 1 '5 .............. Curtin, Tom 145 ................,............. 110 Curtis, Kathy 115 ................ 80,90,149 Daeschner, Dick 125 ...... 76,77,80,143 Dalquist, Eugene 145 52, 54,62, 110 Damerow, Kathryn 145 ...... 73,88,11O Daube, Nancy 115 ............................ 149 Davis, Barbara 135 ........................ 137 Davis, Daryl Ann 125 ....... .. ........... 143 Davis. Dawn April 145 ...,........ 52,110 Davis, Jacquie 135 Ervo, Nancy 115 .............. 83,95,97,150 Ervo, Sonia 135 .............i....,. 83,97,137 Erwin, Gary 135 .........,.................. 58,62 Erwin, Judy 125 .............. 57,73,80,143 Esch, Gerald 125 .............................. 143 Esmond, Newell 145 ...................... 112 Esse, Joyce 115 .................,.............. 150 Esse, Roger 135 Evans, Barbara 135 ....... ,..... .... 8 3 ,137 Evanson Bob 2 , 1 5 ......... ..... Evenson, Ken 145 ........... ........ , ..81 112 F Faulstich, Joyce 145 ................ 79,112 Faust, Patricia 115 .................... 92,150 e s, on 1 ......,.... .......-. 1 13 Gewecke, Toni 145 .....,.... ......... 1 13 Giese, Pam 135 ....,......... .. ....,,,..... 137 Gieske, Donna 145 ........,........... 113,150 Gifford, Marilyn 125.. ..............86,144 Gilbert, Diane 145 ......................,... 113 Gish, Barbara 115 ................ 49',99,150 Gladlsh, Jim 135 ......... ................ 1 37 Gladish, John T, 115 ............ 48,61,15O Glaeser, Edward 145. ............... 26,113 Glass. Richard 145 ......,................. 113 Glimes, Dee 135 Goble, Dale 145 ........ ............ 5 298,113 Goedke Leah Rae 135 , ............ 101,137 Goeltz, Richard 145 ..,..... 46, 52,62, 114 Goertz, Mary Ann 135 .............. 85,137 .........114 Hannum, Mark 125 ............ 79,144,147 Hanor, John 145 .................... 82,92,115 Hansel, David 135 Hansen, Beth 125 ....... ......... 1 01,144 Hansen, Bob 135 ......... .......... 81 ,90 Hansen, Dick 125 ......... ........ 6 3,144 Hansen, Doug 145 ...... ........, .115 Hansen, Helen 145 ......... ........ 9 0,115 Hansen, Jim 135 .............,................ 137 Hansen, Katherine 145 .........,.. 52,115 Hanson, Linda 145 ........ 57,90,101,115 Hansen, Richard 125 Hapanovich, Sonia 145 ...,. ..... ......., 1 1 5 Hardison, Linda 115..1 ................... 150 Harmon, Shirley Ann 115 ........ 99,150 Hartke, Ray 115 .............................. 150 Harrington, William 145 Graumann, Robert A. 115 .,.......... 150 Davis, Michele 145 .......... . ........ 110 Davis, Walker 145 ........... ........ 1 11 Dawson, Roberta 145 ....... ........ 1 11 Dax, Darlene 145 .......... ........ 1 11 Dean, Sue 135 ................... ......,. 1 37 DeBusman, Ed 135 ............... . ....... 137 DeBusman, Marlee 115 ..........,....... 149 DeBusman, Yvonne 145 Dedering, Jil 135 ............................ 137 DelaGa1'za, Maria 115 ..,................. 149 DelGludice, JoAnn 125 ............ 101,143 Fischer, Oenlta 145 .................. 90,112 Haworth, Kenneth 115 .............. 48,61 Delong, Russell 145 ........................ 111 Dempewolf, William 135 Dennis, Norma 115 DeShan, Sharon 115 ..................,,., 149 Dettmann, Pat 145 ................ 78,79,111 DeWilde, Dan 145 ............ 26,76,77,111 Fedak, Jim 145 ............. ..........,. 1 12 Fedak, Tom 125 .......... .................... 1 43 Fegan, Tom 145 .............................. 112 Feige, Allen 145 .................... 68,97,112 Fellingharn, Wendy 135 Ferguson, Jane 115 ........................ 150 Ferguson, Susan 135 .... 86,89,137,142 Ferrara, David 145 ........................ 112 Ferris, Carla 115 .............................. 150 Ferris, Jim 145 ......... ...... ........ 1 1 2 Ferris, Robert 145 Ferry, Jan 115 ............................ 90,150 Ferry, Sue 135 ....................,............. 137 Fichte, Bruce 145 ............ 46,52,66,112 Fiedler, Joy 145 .............................. 112 Finch, Kathryn 125 ..............,......... 143 Finger, Robert 145 ........................ 112 Fink, Penny 125 ........................ 90,143 Finkler, Roberta 125 ....... ............ 1 43 Fischer, John 145 Fisher, Bonnie 145 .................... 90,112 Fitzgerald, Frank 145 .............,.... 112 Fitz-Patrick, Dennis 115 ........20,51,6O,80,150 Fitzpatrick, Terry 145 ...... 26,112,135 Flaherty, Mike 115 ..................,. 59,150 Flood, William 145 ........ 52,58,64,112 Dodge, Robert. 115 ................ 51,67,149 Grimm, Richard 145 ................. ..... 1 14 Dornan, Delores 135 Dicanio, John 115 ...................... 90,149 Diehl, Jim 135 Diens, Robert 145 ............................ 111 Dierking, Roger 145 .................. 84,111 Dieter, Laurie 135. ..,................ 101,137 Dietrich, William 145 Dilley, George 135 ..................,. 46,137 Dilley, Gloria 135 ,.,. .....................,.. 1 37 Dolleslager, Dixie 145 ............... , .... 111 Donahue, Joan 115 ........... ......... 86 ,149 Donarski, Darlene 125 .................. 143 Dormann, James 145 .,.... Goman, Connee 145 ........... Gorman, Shane 135 ----... .. ........ 60,137 Gosch, Charles 125 ......................., 144 Gould, Mike 135 ........................,... 137 Gow, Janis 135 ........ 79,97,98,101,137 Gow, Mac 115 .................................... 150 Graczyk, Karol A. 115 .............. 93,150 Graf, Carl 145 ........................ 46,52,114 Graham, Edith 145 ........................ 114 Graham, Kathy 135 ........ .... . ........ 1 37 Graham, Tom 145 ........ ......... 1 14 Gramit, Erv 125 .......... ............. 1 44 Gramit, Judith 145 .................... 85,114 Grandt, Marie 145 .......................... 114 Granzin, David G. 115 ........ 48,151,150 Grapes, Ed .......................................... 114 Gratzer, Edward N, 115 .......... 26,150 Graves, James 135 .......................... 137 Graves, Marty 125 ................ 83,935,144 Gravin, Frank 135 Gray, James Robert 115 ........ 48,150 Green, Douglas 115 ........................ 150 Green, Robert 145 .........,............ 98,114 Greenacre, Judy 145 ................ 79,114 Greer, Jerry 145 ........38,39,60,78, 79, 114, 135 Greksa, Herbert 125 ...................... 144 Grenlie, Ronald 145 ..............,......... 114 Grey, Laurel 115 .......... ,....... ...... 5 7 ,150 Griesbach, Claudia 135 .................. 137 Griesman, Melody 135..41,80,100,137 ........46,52,66,115 Harris, Jane 145 ..-.-. 37,79,98.115,135 Harris, Pat 135 ...................... 46,98,137 Harris, Richard 145 .................. 79,115 Harris, Hartig, Hartman, Patty 135 ................ 101,137 Hartmann, Dennis 145 .... 84,101,115 Hartmann, Richard 125 ................ 144 Terrell 145 ......... ........ 60 ,115 Kathy 115 ......... ............. 1 50 Harvey, Arnold 145 ............ 52,58,115 Hassil, Mary 145 .....,......................., 115 Hasz, Janet 145 ............. .......... . ..115 Hatch, Ronald 145 ......... .......... 1 15 Hasz, Janet 145 ............. ............. 1 15 Hatch, Ronald 145 .......................... 115 Hauff, Margo 115 ...................... 57,150 Haupt, Joanne 145 ................ 85,86,115 Havey, Judith 125 .......................... 144 Hawkes, Marty 145 ................ 101,115 Griesmeyer, Dennis W. 145 ........ 114 Griesmeyer, Harold J. 125 ...... Griffith, Tommy 135 .................... Griffith, Sam 125 ........................ 89,144 Doten, B111 125 .,..............,.,,..... ,,,98,143 Dotts, Dotty 145 ............ 97,98,101,111 Doubek, Richard 115 ....,........., 48,149 Dougan, Ken 145 ........ 50,54,62,98,111 Dougan, Pete 125 ..........,........... 80,143 Dow, Judy 135 .............. 24,74,101,137 Down, Daryl 115 ............................ 149 Draeanski, Ken 145 ........................ 111 Drake, Karen 115 ....,,.,., ,.,,.,,,,,,,,,, 1 49 Dralle, Mary 125 ........... ..,.... 1 01,143 Draut, Pat 125 ......,........................... 143 Dresmal, Nancy 115 .................. 99,149 Drewes, Arlene 115 .............,,,,,,,,,,, 149 Drewes, Karen 145 .....,..27,29',52,85,98,111 Driscoll, Joan 135 .......... 24,83,86,137 Drucker, Carol Sue 145 ,,.,.,,,,,,,,,,, 111 Drumtra, Dee Dee 115 ...... . ..... 101,149 Dubs, Donna Mae 145 .................... 111 DUDS. Janet 115 .............. ............ 20 ,149 Duenn, Richard 145 ........................ 111 Duff. Bryon 125 .... ..... . .............. 4 7,143 Dundy, Michael 145 ........33,46.48,52,66,97,111 Dungan, Beverly 145.. Dunham, Tom 115 Durgom, Judy 125 ....... Dwyer, Sandy 135 ......... Dye, Karen 145 .......... Dyson, Dee 145 ..,.,. .. East, John 115 .... East, Ronald 135 ....... , .........80,143 .......137,141 ..,......87,111 .........58,137 Fluger, Bill 115 .......................... 61,150 Folkes, Gene 135 Follett, Carol 145 ,,....... ............... 85 ,112 Folwarski, Rosemary 145 Fonfara, Linda 145 ........................ 112 Ford, John 145 .................,.......... 46,112 Forpe, Christine 115 Fors, Lawrence 145 ........................ 112 Forster, Glenn 145 .................... 82,112 Fowler, Cathy 115 ........,................. 150 Fowler, Elisabeth 145 ........ ......... 1 12 Fowler, Steve 125 ............. ........ 1 43 Fox, Diane 125 ............. ............ 1 44 Frank, Bob 135 Frank, Janet 115 .......... .......... 85 ,150 Franz, Jerry 125 ........................ 82,144 Franz, Paulette 145 ............. . .......... 112 Franzen, Ron 145 ......................,..,.. 112 Frawley, Chantal 145 ................ 83,112 Fredrickson, Roger 125..50,52,67,144 Freeding, Grant 145 ........................ 112 Freeman, Elaine 145 ...................... 112 Freier, Alice 115 ............... ............ 1 50 Freier, Jeff 145 ...................,............ 112 Freise, Roger 125 ...................... 47,144 Freitag, Allen 145 .,.................. 84,113 Freyer, Mercedes 145 ........ 86,913,113 Frledlander, Charles 115 ........... ...150 Friend, Keith 125 ...................... 98,144 Friend, Ronald 145 .............. 96,98,113 Friker, Wally 135 ................,..... 24,137 Friscoe, Laurie 145 .......... ....... 7 9,113 Froelich, Roy 145 Frohne, Bob 115 ........................ 59,150 Fruehling, Judith 145 ........38,79,96,98,113 Fundahn, Edward 135 .................... 137 Furlong, Peter 115 .................... 48,150 Furlong, Vincent W. 125 ........ 47,144 Fuson, Connie 145 ...................... 90,113 G Gabrys, Diane 145 .......................... 113 Gaenzle, Gail M. 115 ........ 99,148,149 Galser, Glenda 145 ...,.... 41,88,113,135 Grisell, Meredith J. 115 ............ 99,150 Gromek, Dianne 145 ................ 86,114 Gromek, Doreen 145 ....... ....... 86 ,114 Gross, Patrick 125 .................... 83,144 Grote, Edwin P. 115 ...................... 150 Grotefend, Alan 145 ....,........... 68,114 Gruenes, Kenneth 115 .............. 61,150 Guarriello, Judith 115 .................. 150 Guarriello, Nikki Ellen 145 ........ 114 Hawkey, Barbara 115 .............. ...... 1 50 Hawkins, Jerry 135 .......,50,58,96,98,137,142 Hawkins, Pat 135 .......... 97,98,101,138 Hawley, Rick 115 ........................ 51,150 Hawley, Binki 145 ...................... 74,115 Haynsworth, Jane 115 .................. 150 Haynsworth, Kathie 145 .... 73,79,115 Heberling, Mary Jane 115 ...... 99,150 Hedberg, Terry 145 ........................ 116 Hedberg, David 115 ........................ 150 Heddesheimer, Suzanne 125 ........70,101,144 Hedges, Jim 135 .............................. 138 Heidt, Lynnea 1225 ..... ..................... 1 44 Heinz, Bill 125 ................ .,...... 6 1,144 Heinze, Mike 145 ........ ................. 1 16 Helwig, Janet 115 .......................... 150 Hendricks, Jim 125 ........ 50,52,67,144 Hendricks, Joan 145 ........ 79,86,87,116 Hendricks, Judy 145 .............. 116,135 Henne, Donna 125 .......................... 144 Hennessy, Michael 125 ............ 51,144 Henrickson, Lance 115 .....,..,......... 150 Henry, Don 145 ................ 50,93,94,116 Herbst, Annabelle 145 .................... 116 Guderley, Jeanie 115 ...................... 150 Guilfoil, William 115 ................ 48,150 Gulbrandson, Marilyn 125 ...,.,.... 144 Gullett, Gary 135 .............................. 46 Gundlach, Darryl 145.... ,..... ......... . 114 Gustason, Douglas 115 ........... ,...... 1 50 Gustitus, John 135 ....... . .................. 137 Gutru, James 115 ............ 48,61,80.150 Gutru, Jeannie 145 ...... 33,57,79,8O,98 Gutzman, Barbara 115 ..,.............,, 150 H Herford, Carna 115 ........................ 150 Herman, Nancy 115 ........................ 150 Hermes, Frank B, 135 ..,.....46,142,66,138 Herr, Karen 115 .............................. 150 Herro, John 115 .............................. ..150 Hertlein, Sandra 135 ......... 138 Herzog, Dennis 135 ........... .......... Hetzke, Lois 135 .......... ...........- .138 Hey, Steve 145 .............. ................. 1 16 Hey, Tony 125 ........... .......... 39 ,79,144 Heyl, Mike 125 ............................ 47,144 Hibner, Judith 145 ..............-...--.-.- 116 Hidding, Sue 115 .................. 80,99,150 Eaton, Franke 145 Eaton, William 135 .... .89 111 Galandak, Doren 145 ........ 100,101,113 Galarza, Emesto 125 ...................... 144 Garasha, Tim 125 ........................ 97,144 Gard, Barb 125 ............ .......... 9 8,144 Gardner, Gay 145 .......... .......98,113 Garlisch, Sharon 145 .............. ,.101,113 Garofolo, Dennis 145 ................ 60.113 Garr, Lee 135 .... , ............................... 137 Garrison, Skip 145. ,..... .46,52,54,113 Garrity, Paul E. 115 ................ 59,150 Haase. Carlene 125 ........... .......,, 1 44 Haase, Richard 125 Haberichter, William 145 ........ 97,114 Hachmeister, Sandy 145 .............. 114 Hacker, Melanie 115. ..................... 150 Hacker, Robert J. 145 ............ 60,114 Hadland, Steve 115 ..,........... 48,61,150 Haenggi, Roger 145 .................. 68,114 Hagan, Laurence 145 ...................... 114 Hage, Roger 145. .......... ...... ....... 4 6 ,114 Hagenback, Karen 115 ................., 150 Hagenbring, Melodee 145 ........ 82,114 Hagg, Kay 115 ............................ 99,150 Hahn, Bonita M, 125 ,...... ......... 1 44 Hahn, Denny 145 Hahn, George 145 Hahn. Ronald H. 145 ................,... 114 Hahnfeld, Gary 115 ......... ....... 6 1,150 Hahnfeld, John 125 ..................., 61,144 Hahnfeld, Karen 125... .........144 Hahnfeld, Martin 125 ..............,,.... 144 Haizmann, Laurie 145 ..............74,114 Haizmann, Marj 125 .................. 57,144 Haltenhoff, Joan 125 ....... ......... 1 44 Ebel, Robert 145 ....................... , Ebel, Susan 115 ................................ 150 Eberhardt, Karen 145 .............. 89,111 Edelblute, Bill 135 .......................... 137 Edelblute, Rich 135 ........ .... 6 0,98,137 Edie, Robert 115 ........................ 59,150 Edlund, Monica 135 ..... ...82,89,91,137 Eggert, Norb 145 Eichelberg, John 145 .....,,,,,.,,,.,.,,,,, 111 Elgas. Judy 135 ............. ......... 5 2,137 Elledge, Gary 125 ..... ....,.......,. .143 Elste, Gary 125 ......... ........ 5 1,157,143 Elwart, Karen 135 .,..... . ............... 137 Embrey, John 125 ....... Emery, Marilyn 125 ......... .......,... 1 43 Emmerich, Gerald 115 .................. 150 Engelking, Audrey 145 .,.,.,......,,.,., 111 . ........ 47,143 Engle, Terry 125 .....,............ 59,917,143 Engle, Pete 125 ............ ,....... 5 9, 97 , 143 Erickson, Barbara 145 ...... 88,101,111 Erlander, John 145. .,..................... 111 Ernst, Sue 135 Ernst, Terry 145 ....,... I56 ...,....111 Gates, Dave- 145 ................................ 113 Gauck, Patricia Ann 115 ................ 93 Gay, Bob 145 .................................... 113 Geane, George 145 ....... ....... ......,.. 1 1 3 Gehrke, Joe 115 .............................. 150 Geissler, Burkhardt 125 .......... 82,144 Geller, Leonard 145 ...........,...... 91,113 Genisio, R. 145 ................................ 113 Geocaris, Tom 145 ................ 52,58,113 George, Kathie 145 ............ 75,113,135 Geots, Joyce 135 .............................. 137 Gerber, Ed 135 ....................... ..,..90,137 Gerber, Ray 135 ......,.,..................... 137 Gerken, James N. 115 ........ 48,61,15O Gerlach, Allan 125 .......................... 144 Halama, Charlene 145 ........ 79,101,115 Halama, Nancy 115 .................... 99,150 Halfhill, Patricia 145 .............,...... 115 Hall, Georgene 125 ........ 76,77,83,144 Hall, Jan 145 ..............................,..... 115 Hall, John 125 .............. .........., 89 ,144 Hall, Pat 145 ................ ......... 1 15 Halliman, Bob 145 ........ .. ....... 115 Halwax, Jackie 145 ........................ 115 Hamann, Joyce 135 ................ 101,137 Hamilton, Sulane 115 .... 83,99,148,150 Hamm, Barbara Lynn 125 .... 101,144 Hammer, Ned 145 ...............l...,.,.... 115 Hampton, Michael 145 .................. 115 Hildebrand, Jim 135 ...................... 138 Hildebrandt, Carol 125 ............ 87,144 Hildenbrand, Jim 135 .................-.- 138 Hildebrandt, James 115 -... f -------4--- 1 50 Hill, Albert 125 ........................ ........ 1 44 Hill, David 115 ...................--------- 90,151 Hill, Jessie 125 .............,............ 101,144 Hill, Nancy 115 ........., ............. 1 50 Hill, Sandy 145 ,.,,.,.,.... .,.... .,.. 1 1 6 Hinchliff, Carol 135 ....... ---------- 1 38 Hinrichs, Nina 135 .....-.-- ---------- 1 38 Hinrichs, Ronald 125 ....... .--------- 1 44 Hinze, David 145 .......................- 66,116 Hipp, Janet 135 ........ ....... ............- 1 3 8 Hlpp, Jim 115 .............. ...............-. 1 50 Hirons, Gerald 145 ................ 89,591,116 Hirsch, Iris 145 Hirsch, Marilyn 145 ----------.-"'- 101,115 Hirsch, Marty 145 ..............---- ---------- 1 15 Hoban, Bill 115. .... ........... 48 .61,93,150 Hoban, John 145 ...--.---------- 4----------- 1 16 Hodlmair, Jerry 145 .............-.-------.. 116 Hoe-hle, Bob 115 .......................... 61,150 Hoffmann, Caroline 135 Hoffman, Mary 115 .................,...... 150 Hogan, Kathie 135 ..........-.-.-.---------- 133 Hogate, Marilou 115 ................ 49.150 Hoggay, Judy 125 ................ 83,941,144 I-Ioke, George 145 .................,,..,...... 116 Holdeman, John 135 ...........---.--....- 138 Hollenbeck, Keith 125 .................. 144 Hollenbeck, Lynne 145 .................. 116 Holloway, Deborah 125 ......,. 144,147 Holm, Lorie 145 ..,............... 73,116,135 Holmblad, Karen 145 ....... ......... 86 ,116 Holmeier, Shirley 125 Holz, Doug 135 ................. ..---.----- 9 8.138 Homeyer, Leroy 115 .-------- ---------- 1 50 Hosek, Jlm 423 ..............,. 47,63,82,144 Homeyer, Shirley 423 ........ 86,101,144 Homme, Anne 413 .......................... 150 Honan, Saundra 413 .... .................. 1 50 Hood, Joann 433 ...... .. .... 86,89,101,138 Hoppe, Lesley 423 ..........,............... 144 Hoppock, Pat 433 .................... 101,138 Horcher, Darlene 443 ................ 98,116 Horcher, Delores 443 .......... 86,93,116 Horn, Russell 443 Hosang, Susan 423 ...............,......,... 144 Hosek, Ronald 443 ...... 46,52,79,94,116 Hoshor, Karla 443 ........l....,...... 98,116 Hotton, Carol June 443 ...... 86,87,116 Hotoedt, Jim 443 I-Iouseknecht, Julie 443 ..... ,,........... 1 16 Howes, Chris 423 ...................,.... 70,144 Hruby, Michael 423 ............l..... 77,144 Huebner, Randall 433 .................... 138 Huff, Sharon 413 ..............,.,....... 99,150 Hugg, Janet 413 ,,.,,......... ........,..,.... 1 50 Hullison, Russell, Jr. 443 ,.......... .116 Kann, Dick 443 .... .... .............. . .... .... . 1 34 Kanwischer, Donald 423 .............. 144 Kappel, Richard 443 ...,.................... 97 Kasen, Gayle 413 ..............,......,..,... 151 Kasen, Keith 433 ........................ 97138 Kasl, Carol 443 ............ 52,69',79,88,118 Kasper, Bill 413 .................. 48,148,151 Kastning, Joan 413 ............ 99,100,151 Kastning, Karen 443 .,.......... 21,82,118 Kath, Barbara 433 Katovich, Suzzanne 413 ............ 93,151 Hultin, Sheron Lee 433. ,,.,,.....,.... 138 Hunter, Becky 443 ............,..... 101,116 Hunter, Tim 433 ...,.................... 91,138 Hutchinson, Robert 433 .,...... 138,142 Hvid, Joanne 413. ....,.............l 148,150 I Ibbotson, Ralph 443 .....,............ 68,116 Ingebrigtsen, Judith Kaye 443 Israel. Jerry 443 ............. ........... 1 17 ........49,117 Inman, Bob 443 .... 33,52,54,64,80,117 Inselberger, Gerald 423 ............ 92,144 Isham, Susan 413 ......... . ............,. 90,150 J Katz, Mike 413 ....,.. ......................... 1 51 Kay, Beverly 413 ............................ 151 Keck, Beryl 433 .................... 73,917,138 Kehe, Barbara 433 ......... ....... 1 01,138 Kehe, Jackie 433. ....... ......... 9 8,138 Kehe, Jim 433 ................ ............... 1 38 Kehe, Linda 423 ........................ 101.144 Keilman, Diane 443 ...................,.... 118 Keinberger, Lynn 413 ......,.......,... 151 Keller, Dave 443 .........l..,,.....,.,....,... 118 Keller, Ken 443 ,.,........... .................. 1 18 Keller, Margie 433 ..............,. 96,538,138 Keller, Rick 413 ..... ..................... ...... 6 1 Keller, Susan 423 ................ 80,101,144 Kelley, Arline 443 ............. ...82,86,118 Kelley, Bill 413 ............ ...l..,., 5 9,151 Kelley, Pat 443 .........,,,.. ............... 1 18 Kelly, Maurita 433 .,...,.............. 90,138 Kennedy, Arthur 423 ................ 63,144 Kennedy, Patrick 413 .... ....,.....,..... 1 51 Kennedy, Steve 413 ......... ..... . ..151 Kent, Carol 423 .............. ........... 1 44 Keppen, Joan 443 ........,.... ........ 5 2,88 Kervick, Judy 413 .............,.,...,,.,..... 151 Kervick. Patricia 433 ..,,..,..,..,,,..... 138 Kesel, Les 443 ..........,...,................... 118 Kessler, Judy 443 ..... ......... 189,101,118 Kuhlman, Judy 423 ...................- 90,144 119 Kulik, Bernie 443 ..............,...........,- Kunberger, Lynn 413 ..................,..- 99 Kunstman, Cassandra 413 ....... ..... 1 51 Kunz, Fred 423 l....................... ........ 1 44 Kurth, Stephen L, 443 .................. 119 Kurtz, Gail 413 .........................--..- ,-151 Kurtz, Kerry 423 ........................ 83,144 Kyska, Bill 423 .......... ------------ 1 44 L Lacina, John 443 .....,. ...,.,.... 9 8,119 La Croix, Gil 413. ..,..... ............ 1 48 Ladas, Angie 423 ......... ............ 1 44 Ladas, Dean 423 ........................ 51,144 Laden, Janice 443 .......................... 119 Lagod, Alice 433 ............ 52,90,101,138 Lake, Diane 433 .............,.......,........ 138 Laior, Julie can ...........................,...... 90 Land, Vera 413 ..............................l. 151 Landmeier, Lois 443 .......... , ..... 85,119 Lane, John 423 ................ 47,55,63,144 Lane, Thomas 433 .......................... 138 Lang, Diann 433 ........................ 73,138 Lange, Bonnie 443 .......................... 119 Lange, Shirley 433 .................... 101,138 Langerock Bonnie 433 .................. 138 Langos, Paul 443 ............................ 119 Lanz, Karen 443 .............................. 119 Lapinski, Allen 413 .,.................. 48,151 Lopata, John 443 .............. Lopez, Delores 413 ..l..,. , ............151 Lopez, Lupe 413 .......,.....,..... 1 .......... 151 Lorenz, Jeanne 443 ........... Lorenz, Jesi 413 Loster, Jan 423 .... ,.., .... .....101,120 .......90,145 Loudon, Jim 423 ............ ........... 4 7 Lovitt, William 423 ........ ...,,.... 1 45 Lowe, Pat 443 ................,..... ..,....... 1 20 Lowe, Stephen D, 433 Luebcke, Rod 443 .....,........ ......... 1 20 Lunaberg, Phil 443 ........................ 120 Lundgren, John A. 423 ................ 145 Lundquist, Valerie 443 .............,.... 120 Lunkos, Mary 413 ..........,.,............... 151 Lurtz. Marjorie 413 ,.... ....... 99 ,100,151 Luster, Bonnie 413 .,.................. 99,151 Luster, Tracy 443 ......,................... 120 Lutz, Barbara Ann 443 ,............... 120 Lynch, Lucy 423 ..................,.,. 101,145 Lyons, Ken 423. ......... 59,63,96,97,145 Lysien, Carrol 413 ....,.........,.,.,.,....... 151 Lytle, Ken 443 ..............,................... 120 Keslinke. Richard 413 .........,,,,. 61,151 Kieck, Dorothy 433 ........97,98,101,138,142 Kincheloe, Susie 423 ................ 98,101 Jackisch, Kay Judith 443 ............ 117 Jackson, Robert 443 ......... , ............ 117 Jacobsen, Robert 433 ...................... 138 Jacobson, John 413 .......... .... .......... 1 50 Jacobson Roland 443 ......,......... 84,117 Jahnke, Jan 433 .............. .......... 1 38 Jahnke, JoAnn 413 ......... .......... 1 50 Jahnke, Karen 443 ......... . ,........... 117 Jahnke, Patricia 443 ........ ,....... 85 ,117 J i n Bill Q33 .... Kindler, Carol 433 .......................... 138 Kindler, Marianne 443 .................. 118 Kindler, Susan 413 .......,................ 151 King, Barbara 443 .................... 86,118 King, Charles 413 ..............., 77,834,151 Kingsley, Don 423 .......................... 144 Kingsley, John 443 ......... ........... 1 18 Kingsley, Nancy 433 Kinney, Patricia 423 ...................... 144 Kirk, Kal 443 ....... - .... ......... 84,118 Kitch, John 443 .................................. 46 Kivl, James 413 .......................... 93,151 Klabe, Mary Anne 433 ..,..,..86,90,9'2,93,98,138 Klabe, Rita 423 .......... 82,83,86,91,144 Klaslo, Dick 423 .............................. 144 Klehm, Carol 423 ............................ 144 Klehm, Roy 443 .............. 46,52,66,118 Kleisner, Maryjane 443 ....., 82,90,118 Klingenmaier, Marilyn 443 ...,...... 118 a.m so , .... ................ 9 8,138 Janis, Diane 423 ............,....... 85,90,144 Jansen, Jim 423 .................... 47,61,144 Jaques, Robert 443 ........................ 117 Jaquet, Carol Lee 423 .................... 144 Jarm, Fred 413 .............,.................. 150 Jarm, Nancie C. 443 ........ .....,. 1 17 Jasper, Beth 433 ................ ....... 1 38 Jasper, Sue 443 ,......... ..... ....... 1 1 7 Jauch, Larry 433 ....... ......... 9 7 Jenkins, Dick 423 Jenkins, Judi 443 ........... . ...... ,..,. . . Jennings, Dan J. 423 .......... Jennings, Ken 433 ............... Jennings, Mike 433 ...........,.. 117 47, 98, 144 46, 60, 138 Jensen, Charles 423 ..............,..,..,... 144 Jensen, Michael G. 443 .......... 117,135 Klingenmaier. Susan 413 ........ 85.151 Klouthls, Bill 443 .................. 60,89,118 Kmiecik, Jerald 443 ..........l....... 90,118 Kmiecik, Kathleen 423 ............ 91,144 Knackstedt, Nancy 443 .................. 118 Knopp, Mary Sue 433 .... 91,96.98,138 Jevne, Davld 413 ........,............... 48,150 Jobst, Gary 443 Joern, Merrily A. 443 .................... 117 Johannesen, John 433 ..,........... 50,138 Johnecheck, Marty 443 Knoppel, Kenton 443 ............ 89,91,118 Knutson, Dennis 443 ...................... 118 Kobi, Jeff 443 Koelper, Edward 4 43 ........, ,.... . ..118 138 Koeneman, Karen 433 ....,,.............. Koeneman, Sharon 443 ................ 118 Koenig, George 443 .................. ...... 1 18 Koenig, Mike 433 ............ 46,60,61,138 Koepler, Ed 443 ..............,............... 118 Koeppen, Denny 423 ............ 47,63,144 Koeppl, Ronnie 433 Koester, John 443 .........,,.... ,....,.,..... 1 18 Kolberg, Sharon 443 ............. ..... 97 ,118 Kolens, Kathy 423 ........ .86,151 Kolle, Sharon 413 ..................... Kolstad, Don 423 ..........,...,......... 47,144 Kommerstad, Jan 443 .................. 118 Kopplin, William C23 ........ . ....... 144 Koren, Karyn 443 ............. ........ 1 19 Kottke, James 423 ..,..........,. ........ 1 44 Kottke, Lawrence 443 ......... ........ 1 19 Kottke, Paula 443 .,............. ...,.... 1 Kovacs, Kathie 443 ...............,........ Kozowicz, Caroline 443 Kraenzel, Judy 423 ............. ........ 1 44 Krambeer, Beverly 423 ..,. ........ 144 Krambeer, Donald 423 .................. 144 Krambeer, Judy 413 .......l......... ..... 1 Jones Pam Anne Q4,-lm .-A-.--.. M117 Lippke, Bonnie Anne 443 .,....,..... 120 Johnson, Barbara 443 ........., 90.98.117 Johnson, Bob 413 ................ 50,52,151 Johnson, Bruce 443 Johnson, Dale 443 .......................... 117 Johnson, Darlene 413 ......,............. 150 Johnson, Daryll 443 Johnson, Donna 433 ........................ 138 Johnson, Judy 443 ........,........... 101,117 Johnson, Karen 433 ...l.................... 138 Johnson, Karen E. 443 ..............,. 117 Johnson, Ken 433 Johnson, Linda 413 ..........l..........,,, 150 Johnson, Lyn 413 ................,........... 151 Johnson, Nancy M. 433 ........24,80,82,89,138 Johnson, Phil 413 ............................ 151 Johnson, Robert 443 ..................,.,. 117 Johnson, Ron 413 ...l...................,.... 151 Johnson, Sherlyn 443 .................... 117 Johnson, Sherry 423 ...................... 144 Johnston, Nancy 433 .............. 138,142 Johnston, Richard L, 443 ......,.32,33,36,46,52,54,80,117 Jonas, Bill 433 Jones, Cathy 423 ......,....................... 144 Jones, Karen 423 ........,..................... 144 Jorden, Jan 443 .................... 79,100,117 Jorgensen, Barbara 433 ................ 138 Juhl, Barry 413 ................................ 151 Juhl, Valerie 443 ..... : .............. 79.83.117 Jutzl, Alfred 443 ......... ,,..,.. 9 0,94,117 , K Kabat, Diane 413.. ..., ,,,.,. ......... 99 , 151 Kadlng, Judy 443 .............. .............. 1 17 Kadlecik, Sharon 443 .,.................. 117 Kairys, Harry, Jr. 413 .................. 151 Kalish, Marian 413 .......................... 151 Kalkhoff, Ann 423 .......... 83,90,93,144 Kalous, Bobbi 443 ...................... 52,117 Kamin, Nancy 443 .................... 84,118 Krambeer, Roger 443 ......,..........,., Kramer, Janet 443 ...... .......... 83 ,85,119 Kramer, Janice 413 .........,.............. 151 Kransberger, Bob 433 .....,.............. 138 Kranz, Donald 443 .......................... 119 Kranz, Ron 433 .......................,........ 138 Kratsch, Beverlee 443 ..,.....97,98.100,101,119 Kratt, Mary-Clare 443 ........ 78,79,119 Krause, Jane 423 ........................ 82,144 Krebsbach, Kay 443 ........., 90,119,135 Kreft, Karen 443 Krehl, Donald 413 ................,.,.,... ,.151 Krolikowski, John 443 ............ 119,133 Kron, Orville 413 ........., , ................. 151 Krueger, Linda 423 ........ 73,77,83,144 Krueger, Urnie 423 .,...................... 147 Kruk, Nancy 423 ...... 76,77,83,101,144 Kruse, Al 443 .......................... 52,68,119 Kucera, Judy 413 ........................ 99,151 Kuehn, Judy 443 ..... , ,.... .............,..... 1 19 423 144 Kuhn, Mary Ann ........ ........... Larkin, Earnest 423 ,............... 90,144 La Rose, Martha L. 433 ........74,79,101,138 Larsen, Brian 443 ................... ,..98,119 Larsen, Nancy 433 .................. 138,142 Larsen, Sue 443 .,........... .......... 9 8,119 Larsen, Suzie 423 ....... .......... 7 0,144 Larson, Jack 433 Larson, Joanne 433 ......... ,.,.,.,, 1 38 Lasch, Regina 443 ....... ........ 1 19 Lasch, Ronald 413 ....... ........ 1 51 Lasheff, Allan 413 .......................... 151 Latour, Andrea 423 ........,............... 147 Latta, John 423 .,...... 51,67,98,144,147 Laughlin, Bob 423 .,,................. 47,144 Lauterburg, Frederick 443 .......... 119 LaVeau, Bruce 443 ................ 79,94,119 Law, Bruce 443 ................................ 119 Law, Ralph 423 .......... ............,...... 1 45 Lawler, Kathy 433 ....... ........ 1 00,138 Lawson, Denny 443 ........................ 119 Layden, Ken 413 ........................ 48,151 Layson, Jeffrey B. 443 ............ 97,120 Layson, Susie 423 .......................... 145 Leaf, Shari 443 .................... ...... , .120 Lebben, Daryl 413 .......................... 151 Ledwon, Dennis M. 443 ................ 120 Lee, Dennis 413 .......................,.. 48,151 Lee, Ellen 433 .................... 90,101,138 Leekley, Robert 443 .................. 62,120 Legge, Barb 423 .................... 80,82,145 Lehman, Linda 433 ...... ,. ..,............. 138 Lehman, Terrence 413 .................. 151 LeMay, Richard 443 ...................... 120 Lemke, Dave 443 .,.......................... 120 Lemke, Jay 413 .....,,... 77,83,86,91,151 Lense, Karen 433 .....................,...... 138 Leone, George 413 .......................... 151 Leonteos, Barb 433 Le-Starge, Linda 443 ........ 86,120,135 Lester, Sue 413 .,.................... 86.99.151 Lester, Vicky 443. .,........,...... 72,79,120 Leth, Stephenie 413 ............ 86,99,151 Leto, Jeannette Joyce 443 ...... 93,120 Levesque, Fran 433. .......,,.............. 138 L'Hommedleu, Elaine 423 ............ 145 Llde, Lorna 443 ........................l. 98,120 Llebenow, Judy E. 443 ...... 95,947,120 Ligon, Richard 433 ..................,. 97,139 Lilleberg, Karen 443 ...................... 120 Lind, Jerry 423 ............... .......... 6 1,145 Lind, John W. 443 .... .......... 62,120 Lind, John 423 ........... .......... 6 0,145 Lindall, Jim 413 ........... ............ 1 48 Lindberg, Bob 443 ........... ........ 1 20 Lindeman, Diane 423 ...................... 145 Lindeman, Ray 413 ..............,......... 151 Lindgren, Lonas 423 ................ 82,145 Lindstrom, Roger 413 .... 48,59,97,151 Linehan, Karen 443 Link, Jim 413 ............................ 61,151 Link, John 443 ........... ........ 89 ,98,120 Linn, Ron 413 ......... ,..... .......... 4 8 ,151 Linn, William 423 ............................ 145 Linneweh, Bud 443 .................... 84.120 Lippert, Jim 413 .............,.......... 59,151 Lips, Nancy 4 43 .................... 82.98,120 Lips, Sue 423 ............................ 101,145 Liszewski, James 423 .................... 145 Little, Martha 443 .............. ........ 1 20 Lloyd, M, Dianne 413 ........ ........ 1 51 Lloyd, Karen 433 Lloyd, Mickey 413 Maas, Jim 423 MacAllister, Yvonne 443 ........ 84,121 MacCullum, Bruce 443 .......,..., 58,121 MacCarthy, Mary Kathleen 443 ......,.74,121 Macdonald, Alan 413, ............... 48,151 MacDonald, Mark 443 ........40,79,78,96,98,121 Macdonald, Sue 433 .......,........,, 89,139 Mache, Anita 443 .................. . ......... 121 Mache, Gerhard 413 ........,.,..,,.,..... 151 Machin, Vicki 423 .................,.. 100,145 Machometa, Lynn 413 ........... L ........ 151 Machut, Joe 423 .............. ...,..... 1 45 Machut, Phil 443 .....,.......... ......... 1 21 Maclntyre, Don 433 ...................... 139 MaCIhtyI'e, Vicki 423 .................... 145 Macior, Karen 423 .......... 76,77,83,145 Maddox, Bill 443 ........................,.,.,. 121 Maeda, Beverly 443 ......,. 73,78,83,121 Magnuson, Barbara 413 ........ ....83,151 Magnuson, James 443 ........ 27,79,121 Mahler, Jim 413 ......i.........,............. 151 Maitland, Roger 433 .................... 1139 Maitzen, Rick 413 ............ ,,,..., 9 2,151 Majerus, Richard 413 Majerus, Pat 433 ....,....... ......... 1 39 Malzahn, Dale 433 ....,,.,,, ,,,,,,,,, 1 39 Mammina Kelly 413 ............ .... 9 9.151 Mancini, Rich 443 ............ ..,.... 84 ,121 Margulis, Harry 423 ................ 59,145 Mariash, Marsha 443 .......... ......... 1 21 Marino, Rose 433 ............ ...,,.,.,.,, 1 39 Markus, Don 423 ,,,,,,.,.,..,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 145 Markshausen, Kurt 423 ...... 82,59,145 Marsala, Toni-Lynn 423 .......,76,80,145,147 Marshall, Jeanne 413 ,,,,,..,,..,,,,,,,,, 151 Marshall, Margaret K. 423 ........77,83,94,145 Marshall, Susan 443 ,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 79,121 Martin, Bill 443 ................ 76,77,68,121 Martin, David 413 .........................,. .151 Martin. Joel 413 .................... 51,61,151 Martin, Marcia 413 ......,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 99,151 Martin, Marie H, 443 .,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 121 Martin, Nadine 423 .................. 101,145 Martinals, Daniel 423 Martinals, Mitchell 413 Martinals, Rudolph 423 Massa, Carl 443 .......... 46,52,54,62,121 Massle, Allen 413 Massle, Stephen N. 443 ............ 89,121 Mast, Carolyn 443 Matara, Doreen P. 443..82,86,98,121 ' 135 Matheson, Arline 443 .................... Matthews, Lynne 413 .,...............,.. 151 May, Bob 423 .................... ......... 1 45 May, Janice 443 ......... ,.... ......... 1 2 1 Mazur, Terry 423 ................ ......... 1 45 McCandless, Ray 443 ........ ....... , .121 McCann, Val 433 ........,.,................... 139 McComb, Nancy 443 ........40,80,88,97,98,74,101,121 McConnell, L. Bruce 443 ....,......... 121 McCracken, Bill 423 ............ 82,891,145 McCully, John Paul 443 ................ 121 Lloyd, Sharon F. 443 ................ 85,120 Lobojko, Fran 423 ................,....... 145 LoCascio, Joe 423 ...................... 47,145 Loechl, Pat 443 ...........,........ 86,101,120 Logie, Charles 443 .......................... 120 Lohr, Joseph 413 ........................ 921,151 Lohr, Karen 443 ........ Loll, Kris 443 ............. ....-.........120 ..........86',120 Lonergan, Dick 423 ....... .......... 5 9,145 Longfield Ron 443 ......... Look, Bob 423 ...........120 McDonald, Barbara 413 ................ 151 McDonald, Beverly I, 443 ...... 83,122 McDonald, Les 433 .................... 62,139 McDonald, Mike 423 ............ 47,63,145 McDonald, Sandralyn 443 ...... 90,122 McDonald, Susan 443 .......... ........ 1 22 McDougall, Craig 413 .... 51,61,99,151 McDougall, B onnie 443 ........79,82,101,122 McGrath, Patricia 443 ............ 52,122 McGrath, Tom 423 .................... 51,145 McKerman, Mike 433 ........ ......... 1 39 McKernan, Mike 423 ...................... 20 McKinney, Allen 443 .................... 122 McKnight, Roger 443 .......... 95,97,122 McLean, Karen 443 ........................ 122 McLean, Shirley A, 443 ................ 122 McMillan, William R. 443..46,62,122 McRoberts, Terry 443 .................. 122 McRoy, Judith 443 ........................ 122 Mealey, Joanne 433 ........................ 139 Mears, David 433 ........................ 98,139 Medal, Terry 443 ......... ............... 122 I57 Medley, Carol 411 ........... ........... 9 9,151 Meehan, Faye 441 ...................... 84,122 Mehrmann, Ingrid 431 .v.......... 89,139 Meier, Janet 431 .............................. 139 Mell, Helene 421 ........................ 101,145 Melnik, Hank 421 ............................ 145 Mendro, Merry 441 ..................,. -... 1 22 Mesnard, Sheryll 431 .................... 139 Metsig, Bonnie 441.-. ................ 90,122 Metz, JoAnne 441 ...... .... . .......... 1 22 Metz, Kathy 421 ......... .......145 Meudt, Jacob 411 ....... ....... 1 51 Meyer, Carol 421 Meyer, Connie 431 Meyer, Dan 411 .............- ------1-- 4 8,151 Meyer, George 411 ........ ......... 90 ,151 Meyer, Jack 431 Meyer, Mal'V 411 .............-- -------- , 99,151 Meyer, Wayne 441 A... .---..-------,-- '79 ,122 Meyers, Richard F. 441 .-------.--v- ---122 Michaels, Beth 431 .....,............ 101,139 Michelle, Carol 441 ...-----1.1------,.----- 122 Michgelson, Jim 441 ................ 90,122 Mikes, Diane 431 .....-....---- Mikula, Nancy 431 V Milazzo, Kathleen 441.. .......... ........ 1 22 Milliken, Ted 421... Miles, Mary E. 421 .....,.................. 145 Mlley, Peggy Ann 411 ............ 80,151 Miller, Bill 431 Miller, Jackie 411 ...................A........ 21 Miller, Jim 411 ...................... 48.61.151 Miller, Joe 441 ........-...-----,.------------- 122 Miller, John 441 ......,..... 46,52,122,135 Miller, John 421 ........ 63,76,7'7,83,145 Miller, Ken 411 .......................... 48,151 Miller, Mollisue 441 ........ 86,90,94,122 Miller, Peggy 431 ....................,....... 139' Miller, Randolph 421 ............ 51,695,145 Miller, Ray 421 .......................... 47,145 Miller, Steve 411 ......... .............. 1 51 Miller Sue 441 ................. .....,........ 1 22 ...................92,145 Nelson, Nancy Ann 441 ................ 123 Nelson, Pat 441 Nelson, Phyllis 411 .......,. ........... 1 51 Nelson, Ron 431 ...,............................ 139 Nelson, Suzanne 441 .....,,......... 49,123 Neubarth, Donna 411 .... ....., .......... 1 5 1 Neubaum, Herb F, 441 ......,........... 123 Neumann, Conrad 431 .............. 93,139 Neurauter, Jackie 421 .,.......,........ 145 Newberg, Kathy 411 .....,.............. 152 Newcomb, James 411 ....,............... 152 Newcomb, Mike 411. ...,.........,,........ 152 Newhard, John F. 431 ...... 50,139,142 Newman, Russ 441 ......,................. 123 Nichols, Bill 441 Nicol, Bruce 421 ......... ..,...,........... 1 45 Nix, Dick 411 .............................. 97,152 Noble, John 441 .....................,.......... 123 Norman, Judy 431 ........ 79,96,139,142 Nottke, Jim 431 .............,............ 89,139 Novacek, Robert C. 441 Nowak, Beverly 441. ......,...,.......... 123 Nowak Ken 421 .........................,.... 145 Nyblin, Arthur 441 .............. 46,52',124 Nygaard, Esther 411 ...................... 152 1 M .-MM. OM, ,M Oberg, Roland 411 .......... .... ...,.. 2 O .152 O'Brien, Bill 44146,73,80,81.89.124 O'Brien, Pat 431 ........,....,,. 25,139,142 Oclexton, Art 441 O'Connell, Michael 431 ...... 46,97,139 O'Connell, Phil 411 ............ 48,148,152 O'D0nnell, John 441 .... 46,95,97,124 Peeke, Dick 441 .......... ................... 1 24 Peeke, Jim 421 ...................... 83,92,145 Peery, Sharon 441 ......, ............... 1 24 Peifer, Ed 441 .................................. 124 Peifer, Marty 411 .............,.. 8O,99,152 Peltier, Pam 421 .............................. 145 Pennington, George 421 ................ 145 Pennington, Lucene 421. ............... 145 Pepio, Nancy 411 .................... 148,152 Perricone, Ralph 441 ......,............... 124 Perz, Lois 441 ...,............. .......... 29 ,124 Reilly, Geraldine 421 ........ ......... 1 46 Peters, Frank 441 ......... .......... 4 6,124 Peters, Jeff 431 .......,.,. ,,..,...... ..... 1 39 Peters, Lois Ann 411 ........,....... . ..,.. 152 Peters, Paul 421 ................. ............. 1 45 Peters, Susan 431 ............ 139,100,139 Petersen, Chuck 421 Petersen, Leeann L. 431 .,... .,......... 1 39 Petersen, Ronnie 411 ......,......... 61,152 Petersen, Ryan 421 ...... 63,98,145,147 Peterson Ann D. 431 .............. , ..... 139 Peterson, Fred 441 ..................., 62,125 Peterson, Jerry 421.. ..,.. ...... . . ........ .145 Peterson, Karen Toni 411 ...,........ 152 Petry, Judith 431 ............................ 139 Phelan, Chuck 441 .......... 50,52,79.125 Phillips, Lynn 441 .................... 87,125 Piazzl, Ernest 411 ...........,..........,.... 152 Plckert, Karen 411 .......................... 152 Pietrolonardo, Mary 421 ........ 23,145 Pinkham, Jerry 441 ............ 52,79,125 Plnkos, Ric 441 ................................ 125 Pippenger, Cinda 421 ................ 82.145 Pitzen, Janet 411 ..............,............. 152 Pohlman, Betty Lou 411 .,............ 152 Pohlman, Donna 421. ..................,.. 145 Pohlman, Jackie 411 ............,.,....... 152 Pohlman, Jim 421 ....,.,....,,.,..,,...,,,. 145 Pokuta, Wayne 441 ................,....... 125 Poole, Bill 421 ........................ 22,59,145 Posselt, Alene 411 ................ 90,519,152 Potts, Cindy 411 Mills, Charles A. 421 ..............,, 81,145 Milton, Judith 411 Mitchell, JoAnne 411. ..................- 151 Mitchell, Russell A. 411 ................ 151 Mitchell, Shari 441 ..,........... 49,79,122 Mitchell, Wallace F. 441 ........78,79,89,122 Mittag, Linda 411 Mitthe, Linda 411 ................... . .....-.- 151 Mobus, Carol 441 ...........,.... 52,123,135 Mockenhaupt, Mary 411 ................ 151 Moehlenkamp, Larry D, 421 ....,... 145 Moehling, Dean 431. ................. 62.139 Moehling, Gene 431 Moehllng, Merrilie 421 ............ 101,147 Moehling, Sandra Lee 441 .... 83,123 Moellentine, Lonny 441 ................ 123 Moellentine. Nancy 421 ................ 145 Moeller, Denis 441 ..,....,.................. 123 Moeller, Margaret 421 .................... 145 Mohlman, Jeanette 411 ,.............. ...151 Molltor, Lois 421 ...................... 101,145 Mollenkamp, Jan 441 .................... 123 Monell, Clarel 441 Moore, Charlotte 441 .....,..........,..... 123 Moore, James 411 .i........,,,......... 51.151 Moore, Sally 411 ------.-.1.-..---------- 148,151 Moore, Terry 431 ................ .......... . .139 Moravec, Leonard 431 .............. 46.139 Moreland. Merlgall 441 ............... .123 Morris, Sandra 441 ....,.,................. 123 Morrison, Susan J. 441 ................ 123 Mosiman, Frederick 441 ,..... ......... 1 23 Motisi, Peter 441 ............................ 123 Moudry, Karen 411 ,,.,.. .. ......... ,..99,151 Moudry, Kenneth G, 441 ............ 123 Moulton, Wayne 441 .........,.. 76,77,123 Muckle, Gary 441 ....... . ..................,. 123 Mueller, Cindy 431 Mueller, Jan 441 Mueller, Marcia 421 ....... .............. 1 45 Mueller, Paul 441 ....................., 84,123 Mueller, Rich 431 ............................ 139 Mueller, Tom 411 ............................ 151 Mukahirn, Manfred 421 ................ 145 Munk, Marcia 411 ...,...,........ ....... 1 51 Munson, Sue 421 .............................. 145 Murdock, Marilyn 411 ....... ....... ,.... . 1 Murphy, James 421 ,............. .......... Musser, Molly Ann 421 ........ 100,145 Mutti, Jack 431 .........,.................. 46,139 Myers, Marcia 421. ............... 92,98,145 Myers, Warren S. 441 ...... 64,98,123 Odor, Leslie R. 411 ........................ 152 Oertel, Joan 411 .......... ,,..,. ................ 1 5 2 O'Gorrnan, Tim W. 431 .... 46.60.139 O'Grady, John 441 ........................ 124 Oja, Carol 441 ......,...,............... 100,124 Oldenberg, Jane A. 411 .,.............. 152 Olen, Greg 411.. .... ...........,.......... 48 ,152 Olsen, Gerrle 441 ..,......................... 124 Olsen, Karen 421 ............ 83,86,101,145 Olsen, Sally E. 431 ................ 101,139 Olson, Adrienne 441 ...................... 124 Olson, Beth 421 ............... ....... 1 45,147 Olson, Bunny 431 ......... ....... 1 00,139 Olson, Paula 431 .............. ...,....... 1 39 Olson, Roger G.431 Olszewski, Bernard 421 O'Marro Judith 441 ............... ......... 1 24 Omer, Janet 441 ..,.................,........... 124 O'Neil, Bruce W, 431 ....,....... 90,139 O'Neil, Lawrence 441 .................... 124 Oneill, John H. 411 ..........,..... 61,152 Oravetz, Karyl R. 411. ,... .............. 1 52 Orgler, Jerry 421 ........................ 47,145 Osterberg, Jean 441 Ostrom, June 441 .,,......................... 124 Ostrom, Nancy 421 .,...................... 145 Ostermann, Bill 431 Ottengheime, Mary E, 411 ........ 152 Otto, Charles 441 ............................ 124 Overton, Scott C. 411 .................... 152 Ovitt, Bonnie 441 .....,...................... 124 Owen, Buzz 441 ...................... 37,46,52 Owen, Carol 411 .......................,...... 152 Owen, Nancy 441 ................ 52,101,124 P Paddock, Robert 411 ................ 59,152 Page, Valerie 421 .............. ...,....... 1 45 Pailey, Philip 431 ......... ..,...... 9 7,139 Palermo, Nancy 441 ........................ 124 Palmer, Dave 441 ........................ 50.52 Palmer, Florence 441 .... 82.94,101,124 Palmer, Karen 421 ..................., 90,145 Palmer, Sharon 441 ..............,......... 124 Palmer, Susan R. 411. ,... ......... 86 ,152 Panek, Tom 441 ............... ...........124 Panek, Karen 421 ......... ........, 90 ,145 Panek, Ronna 441 ................ 52,87,124 Potts, Julle 431 Powell, James 421 N Panunzio, Don M. 411 ........,.....,..,,. 152 Panza, Kenneth S. 441 .........,,, 89,124 Parchem, Allen L. 411 ............,..... 152 Parenaude, Wayne 441 Parish, Tom 421 ................. ....... 1 45 Parker, James 411 ............ ....... 1 52 Parker, Kathy 421 ..........., .....,.. 1 45 Parkin, Wayne T, 411 ....... ..,. . ..152 Parnell, Lyle 441 .............. ........,.. 1 24 Parrillo, Don A. 431 ................ 79,139 Parson, Richard 441 .................. 60,124 Passmore, John 421 .................. 63,145 Passmore, Richard W, 441 ........33,54,80,124 Nagle, Pamela 431 ...,............ 90,98,139 Nagorny, Dianne 431 .................... 139 N h Ml h l 441 ........................ 123 as , c ae Natzke, Ed 421 ............................ 59,145 Nauheimer, Barbara 41 151 1 .............. Naumann, Don 421 ..... . ............,....... 145 Naylor, Dave 441 ................ ....... 1 23 Neal, Gary 411 .................................. 151 Neal, Peggy 431 Neas, Caroline 421 .......... 73,82,97,145 Nelson, Donna 441 .... 90,97,98,101,123 Nelson, Jan 431 ............................. ,139 Nelson, Judy 421 .............. 86,101,145 Nelson, Karen 441 .......................... 123 Nelson, Marilyn 441 ........'72,76,77,78.79,123 Nelson, Maz'y 421 ............................ 145 Nelson, Mike 441 .................. 52,58,123 I58 Pate, Dalton Earl 411 .................... 152 Pate, Marcia 431 ............................ 139 Paterson, Ross 441 ........ ....... 1 24 Patrick, Michael 411 ........ .,......... 1 52 Pattock, Bob 421 .......... ........,,.... 1 45 Patton, Charles 441 ............ 60,98,124 Patzke, John 441 .......... ..... ......... 1 2 4 Paul, Richard 441 .....,................ 89,124 Paul, Susan G. 411 .................... 99,152 Pauls, Judie 441--""' ........... 99,124,134 Paulson, Carole 421 ........................ 145 Payne, Gammon W. 441 ............,... 124 Peacock, Earl 431 ...................... 50,139 Pearce, Pat 411 .................... 86,87,152 Peck, Patty 431 .................. 83,139,142 Pedersen, Jim 431 .................. 46,52,6O Pedersen, Kenneth 411 ............-........ 61 Poznan, Kathie 421 ......,...., 90,101,145 Poznan, John 441 ............,............... 125 Prassas, Gail 441 ..........................., 125 Prather, Grant 441 ........................ 125 Prather, Kent 411 ...................... 61,152 Precllio, Sara 441 ................ ....8'7,125 Prenner, Mary 441 .................... 52,125 Prenzler, Bob 441 ................ 46,52,125 Prenzler, Richard 421 Price, Robert 411 ............,.,............. 152 Prims, Robert 421 .........,. ............ 1 45 Prouty, Robert 441 ......... ........ 1 25 Pruyn, Barb 441 ............ ....... .125 Pruyn, Carol 441 ......... ............ 1 25 Pruyn, Sharon 431 ........ ........ 1 01,139 Purdy, Nancy 421 ................ 86,93,145 Purvls, Martin 411 ........................ 152 Putz, Hermine K. 431 ................,. 139 Quackenbush, Craig 431 ......62,139 Quackenbush, scott 411-:.61,90,152 Quane, Virginia 431 ......... Quigley, Donna 431.. .......... 98,139,142 Quinn, Tana Mae 411 .................... 152 Quirk, William 431 ........................ 139 Quiroz, Pete 441 M R Raasch, Bill 411 ........................,. 51,151 Raasch, Linda 441 .......... 79,96.98,125 Rabe, Judith A. 431 .........,.. 82',93,139 Radke, Ronald 411 ......,...,............... 152 Radland, Monica 431 ........................ 94 Radosti, Lenore 431 ............ 86,98,139 Rae, John 411 ............... ............... 1 52 Raffel, Carl 441 ..... ..... Raffel, Lynn 411 ..,........ Raffel, John 411 Raines, Ray R. 431 Rajala, Joan 411 ............. Rajkowski, Don 421 ......... Ramey, Lynette 411 ..,.... Randell, John 421 ............125 ........152 ........152 ........145 ............152 Randle, Scott 421 .,.............,...... 81,145 Randolph, Dave 431 .................. 97,139 Ranole, Scott 421 Rask, Dale 441 ................................ 125 Rateike, Kenneth 411 .......... 61,99,152 Raupp, Darlene 411 ......,........,.. 86,152 Raupp, Douglas 411 ......,........... 51.152 Raupp, Roger M. 431 Rawlings, Donna 421 ................ 87.145 Read, Charles 411 ...............,...... 26.152 Read, Priscilla W. 431 .... Reagen, Charlotte 441 Reckamp Bob 441 ,,.., ....... Reckwerdt, Melanie 441'fffffff Reckwerdt, Pamela 421 ..,.,.125 .98,125 Reece, Barry 421 ...................,........ 146 Reed, Dianna 431 ...............,...... 90,140 Reed, Priscilla 421 ......... ........ 1 01,145 Reel, Diane 441 .......... ............ 1 26 Rees, Robert 421 Reese Ronald 421 ......... ,.., ...... 9 8 ,145 Reeves, Susie 421 ........................ 98,146 Reeves, Trilla 441 ................ 83,98,126 Reif, Patricia 421 .........................,.. 146 Relghard, Jeanne 441 ................ 84,126 Reilly, Jean 411 ...................,.,,,,,,,, ,152 Reineking, Ted 421 .................... 63,146 Reinschmidt, Betty 421 ................ 146 Reis, Karen 441 ........................ 101,126 Renner, Frank 421 ..........,,,,., 77,98,146 Retterer, Ross 421 .......... 55,47,63,146 Retzke, Carol 411 ....................., 86,152 Retzke, Fred 441, ..,,,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 126 Reynolds, Mary Ellen 421 .,,,,,,,,,,, 146 Reynolds, Sandy 411 .............,.,,,..., 152 Rezner, Thomas 441 ........ 50,52,97,126 Rice, Dennis C. 431 ...................,..,, 139 Rice, D011-lg 411 ......... ,.... ......... 1 4 8,152 Rich, Nancy 431 Richard, Diane 421 ....,.,.,.,,,, ,,,, ,,,,,, 1 4 6 Richardson, Ron 441 ...................,., 126 Richter, Bernadette 421 .......... 93,146 Richter, Bill 421 .......,,.,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 146 Rickards, Patrick 441 ...,..., ,.,,,,,,, 1 26 Rickerson, Mary 411 ,,,,,,, , ,,,,,,,,, 152 Rlesing, Heidi 411 ,,,,,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,, 1 52 Rightmire, Janet 441 .......... ......... 1 26 Rigney. Sandra 421 ........................ 146 Rink, Maureen A. 431 .................. 140 Ripley. Dave 441 ..................,......... 126 Rlstow, Nancy C. 431 ....... Ritchey. Craig 441 Rltzenthaler Kathie A .24,83,140 , . 431 Rltzenthaler, Kerry 411 ............ 99,152 Ritzma, John 421 ....,.,..,.,,,,,,,,,,,,, 47,146 Roberts, Barbara 411.. Robertson, David 411.ffffff::fff .....152 148.61 Robertson, J im 4 21 .......,,,,,,,,,,,,, 51,146 Robertson, Neil A. 441 ............ 50,126 Robinson, Bob 421 ...........,,,,, 47,451,146 Robinson, Bonnie E, 441 Robinson, Julie 411 ,...,........, ,.,,,,,,,, 1 52 Robinson, Mary Ann 421 ,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 146 Roble, Tim 421 .........,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,, 63 ,146 Robson, David 411 .,,,,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,, 1 52 Rocco. Carroll 441 ..,,,,, , ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 13 Rodericks, Heather 441 Roeck, Fran 431 Roeske. Judy 431 .................... 101,140 Roeske, F. Rodman 441 .............,.... 90 Rogozlnski. Andy 411 .....,.. 77,148,152 Rohlfing, Joan G, 431 .................. 140 Roller, Ralph 441 ...............,..,.. ,,,,,,, 1 26 Rolson, Dave 431 ..........,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 0,90 Rooney, Dennis H. 431 Roosen, Robert 441 ...... ...... 9 3,514,126 Roozee, James B. 431 Roozee, Bill 421 .............................. 146 Ropa, Adrienne 431 ................ 101,140 Rose, Janet 411 .....,...,.,.,,,.,,,.,,,,,,,, 1,152 Rose, Marilyn 441 ...........,,,,, 27,845,126 Rose, Tom 431 ............... ,. ................. 140 Rose, Victor 441 ..........,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 98 Rosenblatt, Diana 421 ..,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 146 Rosenblatt, Edward 441 .............. 126 Roszak. Diane 411 .......................... 152 Rothacker, Peggy 411 ........... - ..... 152 Rothenberger, Loralee J. 431 .,.. 140 Rudd, Glenys 441 .......,........ 26,79,126 Rud01Dho,.Rose Marie 421 ............ 146 Ruffer, Jim 441 ........ 46,48,52,58,126 Ruhnow, Michael 431 ............,......... 140 Rumrey, Roger 441 ...... ..j ..... 60,821,126 Rush, Diane 411 .......... ...,,,,.,, 86 ,152 Rush, John L. 431 ....... Russell, Bob 441 .............. Russell, Jerry 421 .,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 59,146 Russell, Richard 421 Russell, Suzann 441 ........52,73,86,95,97.126 Russow, Rutledge, Craig Rutledge, Jane Robert .................. 58,126 421 ........................ 101 Ruzicka, Rosemary 441 ........ 101,126 Ryan, Barbara 431. ............. 90,101,140 Ryan, Bob 431 ..............,......... 46,9698 Ryan, John 431 .............................. N140 Ryan, Kathy 421 ................ .... 1 01,146 Ryan, Michael J. 441 ................ 79,126 Ryan. Mike 411 ................ 48,61,78,152 Rybak. Reginald 411 ....................., 152 Rybski, Paul M. 421 ...................... 146 Rydberg, Nancy Ellen 441 .... 52,126 S Sachs, Myrna 4 41 ........................ 49,126 Sachs, Myrtle 4 41 ...,,.....,,,,, .49, 87, 126 Salmen, Dan 421 Sandvig, Lorelei 441 ........72,74,78,79,83,911,127 Sandy, Margaret 441 .... 97,98,101,127 Sanford, Jim 441 .........................,., 127 Sanford. Richard 441 .......... 26,445,127 Sannwald, Robert C, 441 ........ 97,127 Santage, Sharon 411 ...................... 152 Sass, Don 421 ........................ ...... 6 3,146 Sattazahn, Carole 421 ..........,......... 146 Sauceda, Bernardo 411 ........ , ......... 152 Sauer, Bob 421 ................................ 146 Sauerman, Bill 421 .......... ....... 5 9,146 Saunders, Bill 431 .............. ......... 1 40 Saunders, Larry 431 ........., ,.,.,,...., 6 0 Sawyer, Robert 441 ......... .... ........,.. 1 27 Sayre, William 431 ...................... 52,58 Scamehorn, Patricia 441 .............. 127 Schaefer, Donald 411 .... ...... ' .......... 1 52 Schaefer, Jane 441. ............... 33,8O,127 Schaefer, Ronald F, 441 Schalin, Jim 411 ........................ 93,152 W Schamne, Anita 123 ..............,...,..... 146 Schanmler, Daniel 133 Schanmier, Don 123 .................. 59,146 Schanmier, Pat 123 ..,................. 52,146 Scharringhausen, Pat 123 .... 101,146 Scheffer, Steve 143 .... 52,64,55,74,127 Scherrer, Kathleen 143 .v.............. 127 Scheuwimer, Gene 113 .........,.... ,.., 1 52 schiei, Elaine 123 ..................,,,, 83,146 Schielie, Dennis 143 Schilling Alan W, 143 .........,.. 127,146 Schilling, Ruth 123 .......................... 92 Schindelar, George F. 143 ............ 127 Schindler, Carol 123 ............ el, Sandy 123 ............ 146,147 57, 80, 146 Schindler, Janet 143 ............ 96,98,127 Schlau, Kathy 133 .......................... 140 Schlect, Karen 143 .,................,. 83,127 Schmidt, Barbara 113 ............,..,,... 152 Schmidt, Celeste 123 Schmidt, Glenn 133 ...................... 140 Schmidt, Kenneth J. 143 .... 77,93,127 Schmidt, Lawrence 113 ............ 77,152 Schmidt, Lois Ann 143 ................ 127 Schmidt, Pat 133 .....................,.. 52,140 Schmidt, Sally 123 ............................ 90 Schmidt, Shirley 143 .................... 127 Schmidt, Susan 133 .......,.... 49,98,14O Schmied Simon, Kathleen 113 .......... . Simon, Sue 123 ..,................,. ...........153 ..,........146 .128 134 Simom, Jack 143 ..................... , Simpson, John 113 ......... Schneider. Schmitt, Ann 113 ......i..................... 152 Schmitt, Dan 123 Schneberger, Linda 133 ........57,80,14O,142 Schneck, Dennis 143 ..,............. 60,127 Rita 133 .................... 97,140 ...........153 Sweeney, Kathy 143 ..........,.....,....... 130 Sweet, Robert 123 ,.,....... 47,61,63,146 Syms, Val. 133 Syoen, William 113 ,.....,...,..........--- 153 T Tagge, Katherine E. 113 ........,..... 153 Tallitsch, Herb 143 .... 28,46,52,98,130 Tally, Judy 113 ........,........,.......... .... 1 53 Tapley, Sue 113 .......................... 99,153 Tapper, Joyce 143 ........ ........... 1 30 Tatar, Ron 133 ................ .,,.,.. 1 40 Tatar, Roy 113 .,...... . ......... .....,. 1 53 Taylor, James B. 143 Taylor, James M. 143 ......... ........ 1 30 Taylor, Tony 133 .............. ........... 1 42 Teborek, Ray 143 ......... ......... 4 6,130 Teets, Sandy 123. ........ .................. 1 46 Tegtow, Carol 113 ...l.......l................ 153 Terbell, William 143 ...... 50,52,66,130 Terry, Pat 143 ...... ................ 9 698,130 Tesar, Lynne 143 .,...... ............. 9 8,130 Tessar, Penny 123 ........ ........... 1 46 Thackery, Diane 133 ........ ....... 1 40 Theal, Kathy 123 ......,.i. ....... 1 46 Themer, Allan 143 ........ .,.,.,. 1 30 Themer, Pat 133 Thibault, Ted 143 ....... , ....., ....... 1 30 Thoman, William 143 Thomas, Bill 123 ...........,.... ....... 1 46 Thomas, Garry 123 .......... ,....,. 1 46 Thomas, Larry 143 ........ ........... 1 30 Visser, Richard 113 ..................., 67,153 Vittinghoff, Eric 123. , .............. 59,146 Vittinghoff, Karl 143 .................... 131 Vivirito, Judy 143 ..... ....................... 1 31 Vlcek, Charles 113 ..... Vlce-k, Joe 143 Voelker, Ray 123 ....... ,. Von Bergen, Mel 143. .. .,........ 51,153 ...............47,146 .,.............54,131 Voris, Linda 143 ............... ........... 1 31 Voss, Nancy 133 ..,..,...... ........ 1 40 Thomas, Schoen, Sharon 113 .............. 83,953,152 Schofield, Luana 113 .......,,,...... 49,152 Schofield, Ronald 133 ......,....... 46,140 Schordie, Carol 143 Schramm, Lee 143 .......................... 127 Schroeder, Carol 143 ...................... 127 Schroeder, Diana E. 143 .......... 82,127 Schroeder, John 143 .,............,....... 127 Schroeder, Mayrene 143 .... 78,79,127 Schroeder, Richard A. 123 ...... 61,146 Schroeder, Rick 123 .....,............ 47,146 Schroeder, Roberta 123 ............,... 146 Schuette, Betty 123 ....,........... 101,146 Schuler, Elroy 123 ..,......,.....,..,,,,,, 47,90 Schuler, Judy 143 ............ 49,86,90,127 Schulte, Betsy 123 ...................... 83,146 Schulte, Laurie 123 .................... 92,146 Schultz, Dean Allan 113 ..,..........,.. 153 Schultz, Nancy A. 143 .... 79',86,87,127 Thomas, Lynne 143 ....... ......... 88 ,130 Thomas, Mary 123 ........ ...........146 Starene 143 ................ 84.130 Schultz, Peter 123 .........,............ 91,146 Schultz, Bob 143 ..................,............, 74 Schulze, Bob 143 .................,..........., 127 Schulze Richard 143 76.127 Schumacher, Ann 143 ........ 79,90,127 Schumacher, Sharon 113 ...,.,,..,,,,i 152 Schumaker, Sydney 113 ......,,,,.,.... 152 Schumann, William R. 143, Schutz, Carole A. 123 ........... Schwaller, Karen 143.. Schwartz, Judith 143 ......... Schwarz, Patricia 123 ..,.... Schwarz, Richard 143 Schwolow, Jack 123 .... Wells, Mary Jo 143 .,..,....128 .101,146 128 .........128 .........146 ......,.,.146 128 Sims, Betty 123 ............... .......... 1 46 Sims, Jeannine 133 ......... .............. 1 40 Siwek, Ruth 123 ..............,........... 86,146 Skrysak, Michael 143 ..,................... 128 Slagle, Ford 123 ...A.......................... 146 Slater, Sharon 123 .........,...... 82,9'0,146 Slazas, Barbara 143 ........................ 128 Sloan, Lynn 113 .............,. .............. 1 53 Slof, Judy 143 .................................. 128 Slonek, Nancy S. 133 Smalley, Cheryl 113 ............ 80,99,153 Smith, Carolyn 113 .................... 99,153 Smith, Chuck 143 ..............,............. 128 Smith, Don L. 143 ...........,.............. 129 Smith, Harold C. 133 ........... ......... 1 40 Smith, Jack 123 .......,.................. 61,146 Smith, Joe 113 ........,.......... . i........ . .,.. 153 Smith, Larry E. 143 ...................... 129 Smith, Lynne 133 ...,.................. 140,142 Smith, Marilyn 113 ....... ...........,.. 1 53 Smith, Pat 143 ............... .............. 1 29 Smith, Patricia 113 .................... 93,153 Smith, Pixie 143. ..,.,........................ 129 Smith, Sharon C. 133 .......... 89,99,14O Smith, Sharon L. 143 ........ 86,101,129 Smith, Thomas 113 .......................... 152 Smith, Tim 133 -,------.. 50,52,60,140,142 Smits, Robert 143 .............,........ 90,129 Snell, Don 143 .............,.... 46,52,62,129 Snelten, Jennifer 113 ...... ....... . 199,153 Snodgrass, Bill 113 .........,.... 48,151,153 Snyder, Emmi 113 .......,.................... 153 Soenksen, Diane 113 ...................... 153 Sokolski, Alice 143 ......... ...... ,...,,.. 1 2 9 Sokolski, Chet 143 .......... ........ 84 ,129 Somodi, Brian 143 Soorus, Roland 133 ...,...... .......... 1 40 Soorus, Virginia 123 .................. 86,146 Soprano, Frank 133 Sorce, Carol 123. .............. ...,...... 1 46 Sorensen, Karen 113 ....... .......... 1 53 Soto. Donna 113 ............. .......... 1 53 Sowinski, Kathy 123 ........ ....... . ..146 Spada, Roselynn 143 ........ .......... 1 29 Spatafore, Chuck 113 ............,... 92,153 Specht, Bill 143 ....,........... ......,,,. 1 29 Spencer, Gary 113 ,.......... .....,,,,. 1 53 Spencer, James 143 ...,.., ,,,,.,,,,,,, 54 Spieker, John 123 ........... .......... 1 46 Spitler, Philip 143 ...........,..,, .,,,. ,,,,, 1 2 9 Splithoff, Andrea 113 Spomer, William 143 ........52,64,65,74,129 Staadt, Glen 123 ................,....,,,,. 51,146 Staahl, Eddy 113 ....,....,,, , ,,,,,,,,,,, 97,153 Sfaahl, Teddy 113 ....... ..........., 9 7,153 Stade, Diane 123 ...........,,...,,,,.,,,,,.,,, 147 Stadnick, Steve 113 .................... 93,153 Stasfnes, Anne 143 .......... 49,86,91,129 Stanley, Carol 113 Stanton, Bob 133 Starbenz, Richard 133 Stark, Judy 143 ............................,,.. 129 Starnes, Debby 123 ........ 86,87,91,146 Stavros, Anthony 143 Stearnes, Jean 113W- .46,52,66,79,129 Thompson, Bill R. 133 .......... 52,65,82 Thompson, Dottie 143 Thompson, Judie 143 ................ 87,130 Thompson, Wayne 133..50,81,97,142 Thoms, Nikki 133 ............................ 140 Thomson, Marybeth 143 .......... 98,130 Thon, Dolores 133 .......................... 140 Thorp, Clark 143 Thorsen, Barb 123 ....,...........,......... 146 Thorsen, Diane 133 ...... 82,9O,14O,142 Thygeson, Beverley 133 ................ 140 Tierney, Jan 123 ....,............. 86,918,146 Tikas, Michael 143 Tindall, Jim 113 ...,.................,.. 48,153 Tock, Carole 143 .................. 27,29,130 Toffoli, Ann 123 .................. 79,101,146 Tomlinson, Delene 113 .....,....,.,..... 153 Tonn, Lorraine 143 ........................ 130 Torretto, Paulette 123 ....... ....... 1 45 Tossman. Paul 113 ............ ........... 1 53 Totzke, Jerry 113 ............................ 153 Townsend, Lynae 113 .............. 93.153 Townsend, Robert 143 ............ 84,130 Tracy, Carolyn 133 ........74,80,89,140,142 Trader, Bev 143 ...................,........,, 130 Trampf, Joseph M. 143 Treabess, Ron 143 ........50,51,52,66,130,135 Treat, John 123 ................................ 146 Tregel, Wick 133 ...................,.......,., 140 Tremberth, Shari 133 ................ 90,140 Tremko, Karen 123 Trendel, Carol 143 ............... .78,79,130 Trever, Janet 133 ...................... 98,140 Trickle, Sandy 123 Trieschmann, Thomas 123 .,,. 47,146 Waddell, Jim 113 .......... ........... 1 53 Wade, Barbara 123 ................ 101,146 Wade, Gary 143 ..............,........... 54,131 Wade, Thomas B, 143 ........40,41,78,96,98 Wadzita, Michele 113 ...,................ 153 Wagner, Jan 143 ........................ 98,131 Wahl, Warren 133 ........... ........... 1 40 Wahler, Marie 143 ........... ........ 1 01 Walker, Deborah 143 ......... .......... 84 Walker, Donald 113 ....... ........... 1 53 Walker, Roberta 143 ..............., 85,131 Walker, Vicki 133 .................... 140,142 Wall, Carol 143 ................. ..,........ 1 31 Wallenbecker, Bill 123 .................. 146 Wallhoff, Grant 133 ............ 46,68,140 Wallhoff, Richard 123 .........,..., 917,146 Walloch, Edward 143 .................... 131 Walsh, Judith 113 .......................... 153 Walsh, Mary 123 .......... 79,90,101,146 Walsh, Richard 133 Walt, Patricia 143 ............................ 131 Walter, Warren 133 ........................ 141 Walters, Fred 143 ........ . ........... 60,131 Walters, Russ 113 .............. 81,148,153 Ward. E. J. 123 .......... 46,101,137,146 Ward, Richard 143 .......................... 131 Ward, Robert 113 ...................... 92,153 Ward. Russ 113 .......................,........ 153 Warfield, Pam 133 .... 73,80,97,101,141 Warnecke, Kay 123 ...............,,,.,.,.. 146 Warren, Ann 133 ...... 80,83,98,140,142 Warren, Susan 133 .......,.........,,,,,..., 141 Watkins, Charles 133 .,.................. 140 Watkins, Cheryl 113 ...................... 153 Watkins, Leroy W. 113 ..............,. 153 Waterman, Diane 143 .... 79,80,98,131 Watson, Luree I. 143 ........72,73.78.82,86,131 Watson, Marti 113. ....... 86,99,148,153 Weaver, Bob 143 ....... Webb, Joyce 133 Weber, Lynn 143 ...... Weber, Robert 133 ............27,29,132 Weber, Ron 143 ................. ............. 8 4 Wittek, Rozanne 133 Webster, Frank 123 ......... ........ 1 46 Wehner, Barb 143 ........ . ...,,., 132 Weide, Sandra 113 ........ ........ 1 53 Weidner, Ann 143 ............. .,...... 1 32 Weidner, Harold 143. ..,,.. ........ 1 32 Weidner, Janice 133 ......... .....,.,,., 1 41 Weidner, John 113. ......................... 153 Weidner, Larry 123 ......... , .,,..... 51,146 Weidner, Larry 143 Weiland. Joe 113 .................. 59,913,153 Weinrlch, D-avid 133 ..,................... 141 Weir, Joseph 143 Weiser, Carol 133 ......... ......... 39 ,141 Weiss, Sharon 143 .......................... 132 Trimmel, Linda 123 ....,.,.........,. 82,146 Trude, Joan 143 ................,.., 57,79,130 Truelsen, Larry 123 Truskowski, John B. 113 .............. 153 Tucker, Dawn 113 Tuegel, Richard 133 Tully, Mary 123 ..........,. .....,... 9 0,146 Tully, Nan 123 ............ ......... 5 2,146 Tully, Tom 113 ............ ......... 5 1,153 Tyska, Louis 143 ....... ........... 1 31 U Shartle. Ge0I'ge J. 143 ........ ...... 6 0,128 Strathearn, Julie 123 Valenzo, Thomas 133 Shipman, Fred 1431 ............,, 46,615,128 Scott, Karenellen 143 ,..,.,, ,,,,,,,,, Scott, Linda Lee 123 Scott, Margo 133 .......... ......... 1 40 Scott, Nancy 133 ...,... .,.,......... 1 40 Scott, Steve 143 ............ ................ 1 33 Scott, Terry 113 .............................,,. 152 Seales, Linda 113 .................. 80,99,152 Sebastian, Susan 113 ..............., 99,152 Sedlak, Michael 133 ........ ............. 1 40 Seeger, Ken 113 .............................. 153 Seegers, Carol 143 .......................... 128 Seelenbinder, Terry 133 ................ 140 Sell, David 113 ........................ 48,67,153 Selleck, Hal 113 .................... 48,61,153 Sellers, Kathy 133 ..................,. 101,140 Selman, David A, 143 ..,.,.,............. 128 Sender, Fred 143 ............. .....,..,.... 1 28 Seng, Carolyn 1213, .......... .....,.. 83 ,146 Senne, Judy 143 ......................,......... 128 Serve, Janice 143 ....................... ,.... 1 28 Sesterhenn. Terry 113 .............. 97,153 Setlik, Bob 143 ................ 46,75,78,128 Seul, JoAnn 143 .......................... 85,128 Seward, Sherry 143 Shambo, Judy 123 .......... ......... 1 46 Shanley, Carol 113 .......................... 153 Shannon, Mark 123 .....,.................. 146 Shartle, Jim 113 .................... 48,61,153 Shaughnessy, Dave 143 .................. 128 Shaughnessy, Lynn 143 ............ 79,128 Shaw, Jim S. 133 ............. ........,...... 1 40 Shaw, John 123 .,.......................... 77,146 Shaw, Philip 143 ..........,...,,,,,. 39,415,128 Shaw, Sandy J. 133 ................ 101,140 Shay, Cindy 113 ..................,.,...,...,.,. 153 Sherman, Betsy 123 ......,... 41,100,146 Shervey, Pat 143 ..........,,,......,,,., 52,128 Shoemaker, Wesley 143 ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 128 Shultz, Lebert 143 .,,,,,.... 46,52.94,128 Sider, Jack 123 .....,......, ,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,, 1 4 6 Siech, Peter 123 Sielken, Robert 123 .................... 77,146 Sikorske, James 143 .................. 46,128 Silver, Leslie 143 ........ 52,79,88,98,128 Simmonds, Alice 133 ................,,,... 140 Simmonds, Charles 113 .........,........ 153 Simondson, arold 133 Simmons, Gai-i'ner 133 ...,...... 46,6O,140 Simmons, Tom 143 .............. 26,27,128 Stedry, Dick 123 .................. 47,98,146 Stefanik, Kathie 133 Steichmann, Andrew 143 Steil. Bette Jane 143 ...................... 129 Stephens, Eddie 143 ........................ 129 Sterba, John 143 ,..... ................,. 7 9,129 Sterling, Doris 113 Sterling, Genevieve 113 ................ 153 Sterritt, Bill 143 ..........,... 89,95,9f7,129 Stewart, Bud 123 ............................ 146 Stewart, Jean 143. ,.... ............ , ...91,129 Stewart, Judi 113 ................ 83,239,153 Stewart, Mary 113 .................... 99,153 Stewart, Sharon 133 ............ 52,233,140 Stier, Dorothy 123 ......,.......,....,,..... 146 Stigger, Carol 133 Stine, Ruth Ann 123 ........,............. 146 Stirmell, Harry 143 ......,................. 129 Stites, Charlene 113 ...... ....... ..... 99 , 153 Stoffel, Michael 143 ............ 79,537,129 Stoike, Carole 143 ...................... 98,129 Stone, Judith 143 ,...... ..................... 1 29 Strait, Linda 123 .............................. 147 ........41,83,90.100,146 Strehlow, Leah 113 ........,..,.. 49,953,153 Strehlow, Scott 133 .............. 90.99140 Strlegel, Dan 143 ........ 46,52,54,66,129 Ulizzi, Jeanne 143 .......... ......... 7 9,131 .........,.131 Wells, Robert 143 ...,.. . ............... 98,132 Wemlinger, Rosemarie 123 .... 90,146 Wendling, Robert 143 .................. 132 Wennerstrom, Diane 133. ....l...... 141 Wennerstrom, Linda 113 .............. 153 Wenzel, Bob .123 ............ 23,76,82,146 Werner, Dennis 143 ........................ 132 Wert, Bill 123 ...........,...,.............. 89,146 Wertheimer Joe 113 .....,.......... 48,153 Weseman, Carole 143 ....,.............., 132 Wesler, Georgianne 133 ................ 141 Wesley, Joan 113 ...,,,....,.......,......... 153 Wesolek, Daniel 123 ............... ....... 1 46 W ' ,B tr 143 essles e e ........ 72,73,79,83,86,132 Ullrick, Allen 143 ........ Ulrich, Carol 143 ............ Ungaro, James 133 --.------- .......131 .....,.140 Wessling, Kathy 133 ........ 90,101,141 Wessling, Jim 113 ...,............. ..... 9 7,153 Wessling, Sharon 143 .............. 97,132 Westberg, Barbara 133 ............... ...141 Westcott, Bruce 143 ..............-....... 132 V Vahrenhold, Betty 113 ........ 86,9'7.153 Valenti, Jim 123 ......,................. 61,146 VanBladel, Thomas 143 ................ 131 Van de Merkt, Judith M. 123 .... 146 Van Deren, Steve 143 -----1---1 50.66.131 Van Deren, Tom 123 .......... 51,67,146 Vanderhoeven, Pat 133 .... 90,101,140 Strobel, Judy 143 .... . ..,,,,,.,..,,,,,,,..,,, 129 Stuart, Judith 133 ......,.,..,.,,,,,,...,, ,,140 Stuart, Karen 143 ........,,...,.....,,, 82,129 Stueber, Joanne 113 ............,.,,...... 153 Stull, Bill 123 ,......... .....,,....,,. ,,,, . , 82,146 Suhr. Burma 133 .,................ 74,98,14O Sulima, Jack 113 ......,.,.,.,,,,,,.,,,,,,,,,,, 153 Sullivan, Bruce 133 Sullivan, Gail 123 ..........,......... 146,147 Sullivan, Judy 113 ........ ........ 86 ,153 Sullivan, Tom 143 .,.,,...... .,,....,,. 1 30 Summers. Sharon Surratt, Brenda 133 ........ .......... S4 ,140 Swaby, C, William 113 .......... ........ 1 53 Swanson, Barb 143 .........,... .27,29,130 Swanson, Barbara 133 .... 198,140,142 Swanson, Jane 143 ...........,.............. 130 Swanson, Marilyn 143 ................ 98,130 Swarthout, Sharon 143 ............ 82,130 Vandervort, Kay 113 ...l......l......... 153 Van Hoorebeke, Karen 143 ....---- 131 Van Ness, Vikki 143 ........................ 131 Van Oosten, Sue 143 ...... ,... ...... 90 , 131 Vasy, Dick 143 ...........................,.... 131 Vaughn, Pete 113 ................ 48,148,153 Vernon, Linda 113 ......... ,................ 1 53 Vetrano, Lois 143 ....... .............. 1 31 Vickery, Don 133 .......... ......... ....... S4 Vidrick, Gerry 123 .................... 90,146 Vidrick, Thomas 143 ................ 84,131 viuar, Jorge up .............,...... 48,631,153 Visser, Karen 143 ....... .............. 1 31 Westergaard, Alan C. 143 ........46,52,66,132 Westfahl, Barbara 133 ....,...,......... 141 Westfall, Carroll 143 .... 37,82.98,132 Westfall, Nancy 123 .......... 82,101,147 Wetendorf, Bev 143 .................. 74,132 Wetherall, Jack 123. ............,..,....... 147 Wetzel, Richard 133 ....,....... 52,58,141 Whadcock, Jan 133 ........................ 141 Wheaton, Wanda 143 ......,... 78,79,131 Wheelock, Jay 143 ...... 29,52,64,65,132 Whipple, Judith Anne 113. --------- 153 Whitaker, David S. 133 Whitaker. Judy 123 ........................-- 92 White, Dru 133 ................,,...... 141,142 White, Pat 143 ............,..................... 132 White, Richard 123.., ...,................. 147 Whiteley, Susan 143 ....33,79,80.88,98,132 Whiteman, Greg 113 .,.............. 51,153 Whiteman, Jeff 143 ..... ....... 5 4,156,132 Whitesides, Carroll 143 ............ 85,132 Whittaker, Judy 143 l59 Widinski, Paul 131 .........,.... ........,. 1 41 Wieber, Judy Lynn C47 .......,.......... 52 Wiederhold, Donna 437 Wikarski, Phyllis C21 .................,.. 147 Wilcox, Joan fl? ,..... ............ 83 ,94,153 Wilkans, Wayne Q31 Wilkins, Sandra C4J..83,86,95,97,132 W'll .T d Q47 .............,............ 85132 Wintz, Leon C41 .............................. 133 Wirth, Sheryl 413 ............................ 153 Wischstadt, Darryl C21 ................ 147 Wist, Juanita C41 ............................ 133 Wit, Katy 429 ..................,......... 100,147 Withey, Susan 631 .................. 101,141 Witt, Harold C41 Wolvin, Allen A. C41 ................ 53,133 Wood, Elizabeth C43 .......... 73,133,135 Wood, Dennis 121 .............,...........l 147 Wood, Terry Q31 .....................,.,.... 141 Wood, William H, C17 ............ 67,153 Woodruff, Roy K2J .............. 47,61,147 Woods, Vohny Q21 , , Z Zaker, Mary Q21 ........ Zeek, Clifford, Q21 ......,..,,, Zemba, Ron Q41 ......,.,.147 ..........147 Zerrien, Dennis C41 ....................l.l. 133 Zimmerman, Annette 121 .............. 147 Zimmerman, Jeanne 421 ........ 101,147 Zimmerman, Keith 121 ...... 82,534,147 Zimmerman, Kurt 443 .... 46,52,93,133 Zysko, Sandy Q41 ............................ 133 1 e, u sf , W'tt, Herman Q31 .......................... 141 W , J 11 Q29 ........., ......... 9 3,147 Wmert smrley 417 ..............,......,.. 153 wltt, Kenneth to ...,.....i.......... 89,133 WEEKS, Lcilclllle to "' if Williams, Cheryl 421 e-----'--'---' 100,147 Witt, Terrence George Q11 .... 61.153 Wright, Larry C13 .......,,, 48,61,99',153 Williams, Frank C21 ............ 47,615,147 Wittaker, Judy Q21 ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 98 Wright, Lynn 733 '..-.---.-.-...-"'..',..-.. 141 W11l18.II1S. Jack Q31 -..-......-.---.--.. 65,141 Wittek, Rozanne C35 Wright, Stuart Q45 ,--',,,,,-,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 133 Williams, Karen C33 ......,, 101,141,142 Witter, Leonard 123 ,,,,,.,,,,,,,,,, 59,147 Wrobeli Lucille Q23 '."-, ,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,, 1 4 7 w1H1gEgbnKa1gSf2n 354225 -----4-A------'--- Vvxlgittir. Llysnhflgig ..................... W1-obiowski, vinoo up ,.,..... 51,s7,153 , ...........,...... Z , ,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,, ' Willner, Candace C47 ................ 90,132 Wohlofi-, Maile 433 .....,., ,..,,...,,, 1 41 Wuestenfeld' Willem D' 44, '-133 Wilmotte, Thomas M. C13 ............ 153 Wolf, Bob Q41 ................... .......,.,. 1 33 Wilson, Rae UD .......................... 84,132 Wolf, James Q, Q11 ,.,,,,,,, ,,,,,,.,,,, 1 53 Y Wlltgen, Barb f4J .......................... 132 Wolf, Joan 143 ...............,.........,.. 90,133 Wiltshire. Pam Q39 ...... , ...............,, 141 Wolf, Joo 149 ................. ............... 1 33 Wlnlarski, Jim 131 .............,,.,..,.,,,., 141 Wolf, Lois Q43 ,,,,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,.,,, 1 33 Yahnke, Darlene Q21 ,...... 86,101,147 Winkelhake, Ralph 143 Wolf, Ron Q13 ............,,,,,,,,,,,, 48,61,153 Yates, Susan 125 .................... 1,197,147 Winkler, Beverley C33 .............. 89,141 Wollerman, Dave 427 .............. 59,147 Yeast, Gary 413 ................................ 153 Winters, Pat f4J Wollin, Dean L31 ,............ .,...,..... 1 41 Yoder, Richard Q13 .................... 97,153 A Capella Chorqgnf .,,,,, , ,,. Z ,, ,,,,,, 98 Harmonettes "A" Club ,,,, ,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,, , ,,,,, 52 HEIGHTS Art Club ....... ...... ..... .,,..,.,.. 1 . 90 Homecoming Court .............. .. Astronomy C ub .... ......... 91 Junior Class ................................... Audio-Visual Club 90 Junior Class Board and Officers Baseball . .......... ...........,......,,... 62-3 Latin Club ............................ . , W Basketball ....... .......... 54-b Leaders' Class Biology Club ...i..,....,,....,,...,,,...,.. 92 Library Assistants I Boys' Octet .............. . ..............,, ...... 96 Math Club ....................... Bridge Club .... ..... . ..,,.,.,......,,,.. ,.,,.,., ,, 90 National Forensics League Cardettes ........ ........ ......................... .... 1 0 0 National Honor Society .......... CARDINAL ...... ..... 74-5 National Thespians Society Cheerleaders .,,, ,, 57 Nurses' Aides .,,,..,,....,,,.,..,.,.., , Choraliers ........ .. 97 Office Guides ..... . Color Guard ....... Concert Band .... Cross Country ..... 100 ........96-7 ........50-1 .1 DE ...................... .. 84 Debate ........... .. 77 DO .,................ .. 84 Drama Club ..... ..,,,..,..,.......,, , . 79 Ensembles ..... .........................,.....,........., ..... 9 5 Football ...,.....l......... ' ' ..... ........ 46-8 French Club .................. ........ ..........,... . . . .l... ., 83 Freshman Boys' Chorus .,... .......... 9 9 Freshman Class .............. ........ 1 49-153 Freshman Girls' Chorus .............. ........ 9 9 Freshman Officers and Board ..... ..... 1 48 Future Homemakers of America ...... Future Nurses of America ........... Future Teachers of America ...... German Club ........................... Girls' Club Officers ...... Girls' Glee Club .... Golf .................... GRA Board .. Gymnastics ..... I60 -ew-.4 , -1 ""Y"' .. 85 .. 86 .. 86 .. 82 .. 88 101 .. 68 .. 49 .....58-9 -,-. - ....- .-1-1, --.-'E-5 -',?'.'- 7" OfChCS1S ................ .. 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