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

 - Class of 1967

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Arlington, vnjoys a ffm- H0111 1 clzungvs little with, the svusons. The pur- cademics Dr. Llflwgml Gilbert pauses iuoinciimrily from his various Mr. MfLc1111r111, this yeufs new msisuuir supcrinurmlcm 21Ll1X'1liC5 115 ilun new gupei-iilieliqlcm, 1,0 POW for hir, Piglm-Q, :assists 5ll1lC1'il1LCIldC1'll Gilbcri in his V1l1'iOl1S 1'cspu115ibiIiLics dinini trator Guide Policies of Learning Front Row: Mr. T. Earl Thompson, Secrctziryg Mr. II. XV. XVilIi:nu Gl'iffiLilj Mr. Richzurd A. Bzlchhubcrg Mr. A1'Lh11l'E, Armstrong, Presidentg Mrs. 1.01111 Cuuiulins. Second Row: Mr. Aronson: Dr. Frank QI. Sn1iLh. S Student Receive Admini trative id New director of student activities, Mr. Norman Patburg, remained at A.H.S. for only one semester. He was transferred to Forest View to act as assistant principal there. Taking Mr. Patburgs place at Ar- lington was Mr. Vincent Ahnquist. Mr. .Nhnquist was previously music director at Forest View. Heading Arlingtonls administration is Mr. Bruno YVaara, who is responsible lor the over-all operation of the school. Some of his duties include working with faculty committees, parent-teacher organiza- tions, and department chairmen, as well as putting board decisions into ellect. The assistant principal lor administrative service, Mr. George Reat, is in charge of maintenance and repair olf the building, co-ordinating the use of the building through rentals, and discipline and attend- ance. Mr. john WY Rowe, who is Arlingtoirs assistant principal for instructional service, makes adjust- ments ol' curriculum and schedule changes. The administration added five new courses to this year's curriculum. Four major cultural areas are Reviewing the floor plan of the school, Mr. XVaara and Mr. Rowe look forward to the time when it will he remodeled. fi 49" studied in depth in Xvorld I--listory Il. Taught on a college preparatory level, I.atin American History is a study of the origins, geography. and development of Latin America, other new courses include General Power Mechanics. special Math Topics, and Ameri- can Problems. I This years school board members were Mr. H. YV. Armstrong. presidentg Mr. T. liarl Thompson, sec- retaryg Mrs. I.eah Cummins, Mr. Frank Smith, Mr. Richard A. liachhuber. and Mr. Arthur E. Aronson. Elected by citizens olf this district, the school board establishes district policy and discusses the prob- lems of schools in this district. The biggest problem of the board this year has been 'the question ol whether to restrict the enrollment olf Arlington or expand its facilities. During the past year Dr. Edward Gilbert began his duties as Superintendent of District 214. Mr. Roderick C. McLennan was appointed to Dr. Gil- bert's former position of Administrative Assistant to the superintendent. Together these men formed the administrative head ol: the five district schools. Mr. Patburg, Director of Student Activitiesfaird Mr. Reat, the Assistant Principal, plan the many daily school activities. 19 COUNSELORS First Row: Mrs. Mary Barber, B.S., M.A., Freshman Class Sponsor: Miss Anna Marie Bazlk, B.S,, M,S., Sophomore Class Sponsorp Mrs. Howett Clan:-y, B.S., M.A., Sophomore Class Sponsor: Mr. Robert Clark, Jr., B.A. Second Row: Miss Martha Craig, A.B., M.A., Student Council Sponsor, Junior Class Sponsor: Mr. .lack Emery, B.S,, M.E4l., Junior Class Sponsor: Miss Lcottn Hampton, B.S., M.S., Senior Class Sponsor: Mr. John Hicks, B.A., M.A. Third Row: Miss Mnreim-l Mmelh-r, B.A., ALA., Freshman Class Sponsor: Mr. William Snmlvos, Senior Class Sponsor: Mr. Donald Schroeder, B.S., M,S., Director of Pupil Personnel Services: Mr. John Strong, A.B., M.S.W. Guidance Is The Main Aim Oi Coun elor Entering high school as a freshman with only ri small-scale diagram of the school can be ai very be- wildering experience without the help of class coun- selors. Planning next year's schedule was L1 headache for students but the counselors :advice has helped to smooth out sonic of their future college plans. Some of the inain duties ol' the counselors other than making out schedules are contacting parents and teachers on student progress, assisting with the administration on the interpretation ol' standardized tests, talking to students who have received failing notices, and tending to program changes. New this year were the career seminars which are sponsored by the counselors. This was replacing the career days which, in past years, were pre- sented in the spring. They are now being held dur- ing the lunch hour study halls. Mr. Schroeder, Mr. Sandvos, and Miss Hampton, senior counselors: junior counselors were Miss Craig and Mr. Enieryg sophomore counselors Miss Bazik, Mrs. Clancy, and Mr. I-Iicksg freshman counselors were Mrs. Barber, Mr. Clark, and Miss Mueller. 20 junior Mary Kunz asks for advice from Mrs. Clancy in selection of her curriculum for her senior year schedule. Driving Abilit Developed By In truction "Hmm, I wonder what great. lesson I will learn today," pon- ders Greg Busch before entering the driver training car. The Drivcr's Education course at Arlington con- sists of several phases or parts: classroom, behind- the-wheel, and simulator. Any student who is sixteen years old is eligible to take the Driver-'s Education course, however, ju- niors and seniors have priority over underclassmen. The first phase of the Driver's Education pro- gram is the Classroom part which students take dur- ing their sophomore year. Students must have class- room before they are eligible to take behind-the- wheel. This year the sophomores began classroom Driver's Education in March, and it lasted for six weeks. During this time the student becomes more familiar with the automobile and how it functions. Once a year a state trooper comes in to speak to the class, and there are usually a few other speakers during the course. The students are shown a series of films, and they are made aware of how important it is to be a careful driver. After a student passes the classroom phase he may sign up for behind-the-wheel. In this course the student actually drives the car under the supervi- sion and guidance of an instructor. Everyone is re- quired to have fat least six hours behind-the-wheel. The simulator is sometimes used in place of three hours of actual driving. Driving is a technique that must be carefully taught and mastered by everyone. Students receive experience and learn techniques of good driving by solving problems the driver simulator provides 21 ENGLISH rn x First Row: Mr, llnbvri Rovsr-l. B.A., M.A., II1-ights Advisor, Quill and Scroll Sponsor, Miss B1-tty Cnhh. B.A., M.A., Na- tional Iionor Society Sponsor: Mrs. Mary Louise Cnrvnran, Ph. B.: Miss Doris Denton, B.A,, N.T.A,, Triple "S" Sponsor: Mrs. V1-rnell Doyle-, B.S., Bridge Club: Miss Susan F4-rry, A.B, Sf-vund Row: Miss Jann- Frey, B.E., MA., Naiinnal Hfvnor So- ciety Sponsorg Miss Virginian Hnrrud, B.A., M.A.. Student Showcase, Bridge Club: Mr. Lnwremfe Iflnvvns, B.S., M.A., Individual Speech Events Advisor, National Forensics League Sponsor: Miss Slinrun Iiarzmnr, B.A., Individual Speech Events Advisory Mrs. Barbara liolxin, B,A., National Fnrvnsics Lemme Sponsor, Sub-Varsity and Beginning Delmte Advisorg Miss Alma Lvonlmril, B.A., ALA. Third Row: Mr. Douglas Murphy, M,A., B.A., Fall and Spring Play, National Thespian Society Advisor: Mr. Jann-s Nicholls, Jr., B.A,, Fall, Winter and Spring Plays: Mrs. Mary Sunn- wald. B.A,: Miss Julio Stnnkrnuff, RA., M.A.'l'., Student Coun- cil Sponsorp Miss Ht-I4-n Stnvrns, KS.: Mrs. Suzanne Tedell, B.S., Cardinal Advisor, Quill and Scroll Sponsor. l-'mnirth Row: Miss Lynrnnno Trad, B,A., M.A., Xvinter Play: Mr. Guy Yvnu, B.A., "A" Club Sponsor, Mr. lVaynt' Xhlgm-r, HS., Varsity Debate Advisor, National Forensics League Sprin- snr, Mrs. .luycv llumw, B,A., M.S. 'lbziriliing her junior English dass basic ' fundzlmentzils of gfilllllllllf, Miss Stanle- rziuff, points oill some helpful cxznnplcs. QQ rammar nd Literature Team Together I Y t 3. s Q,-Q . ,KAV 5 4 . . v --n..i5 ' linglish is one important aspect of learning' at Ar- lington. This year the English Department was plac- ed in the experienced and capable hands of Miss Leonhard. Study was not merely confined to literature and grammar hut to the practical application of both. Persuasive Speech was an advanced course for those primarily interested in debate. The student mastered skills that helped him speak intelligently and per- suasiyely. In addition to the semester of speech dur' ing the sophomore year, an advanced course in speech was ol'l'ered for those in junior and senior years. This course gave students more background in all areas of speech. Many concise speeches were re- quired throughout the school year. Play Production was offered to juniors and seniors this year. This course helped interested students appreciate the art ol' the theater. Drama was also offered to upper- classmen. The aspects of acting, literature, and production were included. An important, part. of the drama study was working on school plays. Journa- lism I included the theory of journalism and actual work on producing a newspaper. Journalism II was offered to seniors. It was primarily for the editors ol' the newspaper. Many different courses were open to students i11 Arlington High School. These courses played an im- portant part in the lives of Arlington students. They constituted an addition to our cumulative knowledge. l 1 4 . X-Vorkmg to complete term papers for Enfflish are Seniors Pam Frenh- . D . . . 1 ling, Peg Corwin, and jim Grossmckle. Sophomore Gail Haemker delivers her persuasive speech as her classmates wait until they will display their talents. 23 FOREIGN LANGUAGES First Rfvw: Miss Nancy Anderson, RA., N.A., French Club. Pan Language Banquetg Mr, Peter Babris. B,A., M.A., Russian Club: Miss Georgia, lloolookas, B.A.. Pan Langtiage Council Sponsor: Mrs. Marguerite Dietrich, B.S'., M.A, St-vom! Row: Mrs, lmynn Forman, BA., BLA., Pan Laiuzllagt' Banquet, French Cluhp Mr. Bruno Ga-lla-rt, B.S.. M,A., German Club: Mr. N. Nielsen, A,B., A.M.g Mr. Kenneth Riggs, B.A., Spanish Club. Third Row: Miss Trudeno lmbertn, RA., Triple "S" Sponsnrg Mr. Norbert Sicwi-rt, A.B., RLS., Latin Club: Miss Nancy Snmmins, PLA., Future Teachers Club Sponsor, Mr. Donald Zaannow, A.A., BS., BLA. Not Pictured: Mr. Rayniond IV:-lls, B.A. Languages Provide Knowledge Of Culture Terry Townley, Sue Lelieau, Donna Krilcic, and -litn Sar- baugh bring a seventeenth century French comedy to life. 24 Latin, Russian, German, French. and Spanish were offered to all Arlington students. The foreign lang- uage departtnent was headed by Mr. Neilsen. Audio-visual aids were also offered to all classes to help further their knowledge of the language. Through the use of slides, charts, and maps, the students were able to learn more about the culturual background of the country of their language, Many of the classes made use of the language laboratories. These laboratories were used to enable the teachers to watch the progress of their students in both understanding and coinprehcnsion. To furth- cr the SllltlCllllS knowledge ol: a foreign langauge. thc teachers sponsored language clubs. The clubs broadened the sludent's knowledge ol' a country through lectures, activities and field trips. "l'hrough these clubs, trips to France and Mexico have been planned lor the sunnner. In the early spring all the students were invited to the Pan Language Banquet. At' this banquet each club presented a skit depicting a symbolic scene front their particular country. A wide variety of dishes were served to supply a delectable meal for all. The outstanding students from each language were honored at Arlinglon's annual honor award assembly. Languages Expand Student 7 Knowledge ,gf . be 4, f f , r inf! xzpfllfif .E . Mai' , 1 ,", Russian 5lllClL'IlI9 listen 1lllCllllXK'ly :ns Mr. Bnhris helps ll1ClH lllltlCl'Sl2lIlKl lllC n1xnlcl'i:ll c0w1'n'cl in the daily lesson. xflilvff 'ug ,H " ' .5 4' Qllllllfll' Flifzlbetll Halworlll mentally ll'1ll'lSl2lICS Palm ml fl I'f'Vu :ls Rory Cassidy rczuls aloud lo lwr in sIJillll5ll. B 1 I a f , ' Senior Latin studems, under the illslrucliun of Mr. Sicwcrt, read and discuss history in thc flzmssiczll language. 25 1 ' . M ffl .c 9 4 L : :. -eva x Aye? ' 2. M socuu. SCIENCE .4 A'L v i K 1:1 "' Q K 41:1- 5. " v . all f I-'irsl Row: Bliss Susan Bimrlmm, HA., M.A.'I'.: Min Doris Black, HS., M.A., Future Teachers Club: Miss June- Ellimzsn-lu, ALA., M,A.T., Triple "S" Sp0nS0r3 Mr. Iiullulll liullfmzln, ALA.. Health Careers Club. Se-1-nml lluw: Mr. Maurice- Klutz, HA.. M.A.: Mr. Fluid Lind- uwr. MA. Philnsnuhy Vlubg Misa lizurvn Mc-yr-r, B.S., Sociology Club: Mr. Rivlmrcl Mm-lla-r, 1i.A.. MA., Sociology Club. 'l'hird Row: Mr. Norman Ps1tlnLrlI. RS., NLS.: Mr. lin-lun-th Srlmllvr. A.B., M.A.: Mr. James Slwc-lmn. HS., BLA.: Mr. I-Id 'l'onr4-lc. A.B., M.Erl,, Explorers Club. Students ain isicn From Social Science . 3 . E3 9 ly P . - ,V+ u x 31 Arif n ,E N... S-.. 1 "XVou1d you lic-lieu' zz l'im'l11rL: .XSS0lillliOIl Llimlyy asks Miss Meyers ol' Remy Chiu, V111 Plant and Jim Grossnickle. -ew Curl Piuglc, Norm Lees, and 1'I2lI'I'y Tennant check over Ihr- Illmois BIl.XlI1I'.X'.Y Rcmcw for their Economics Course. 26 1'-f , ,, ,, .....-- f W ,nv-gn :faq 'emerge s-,,,',,v . , ,. ., ,t 'R - 'wws,.2f:e..tZ...'iLs: , . ,. ff-X W.-?"?f'fe?-ai X' - .- M vt .1 fs' . lr, ,r " fd. A y' I i4-A gn . 3 v' ., .ef -v I, . ,n fly, -- 1, T 'Q .1 XX 1 .. X li:-ft 8 'iii' 1 - .hw , 2.15. F " fi 'w'lX'f11 L ga Dennis Draut points out China on a map as Sophomore Bob Kelley and Junior Cathy Coniglio look on during history. This year Arlington High School offered several courses in the lield of Social Science, headed by Mr. Schaller. Many of these courses are important to students because of the great need for more un- derstanding between people. .-X new Course was offered this year at Arlington. ,-Xinerican Problems was offered to sophomores, jun- iors, and seniors for one seinester. It was concerned with the aspects of goverinnent, plus a study of social and eeonoinieal probleins. YVorld geography and world history were again offered as part ol' the curriculum. They were concerned with the physical features, history, and politics ol: the world. Latin Atnerican History, Current History, Far Eastern His- tory, and liconomics were offered priinarily to upper- classnien for only one setnester. The first three, Latin American History, Current History, and Far liastern History, dealt with the history of Latin Atneri- ca, the iinpact of world crents in the United States, and the history of the Far Fast. Economics is a study ol' business, labor, international trade, and fartn prob- lClI1S. Sociology, offered only to seniors for either one semester or a l'ull year, coinbines psychology and sociology. Once again the Social Science Department has proved to be an iniportant lactor in the academic achievement ol' students at .Xrlington High School. Pa t And Present I 1 Nike Schoeplae points out a particular country on a map as Miss Funke and classmates look on in American History. Aluniors listen lIllCllllX'Cly as American History teacher Mr. Schallcr li'L'llll'C5 on problcms during the Rt-construction. 97 i First Row: Mr. William limin, ILS., Bl,A.'1'., Rifle Cluh: Mr , Fourth Row: Mr. William J. Surlulru. ILA.. Frosh-Soph Fool- W B.A., Track Conch, Biology Club. SCIENCE J. D. lflim-lllvr, B.S., M,A., Biology Club: Mr. John lhlrlll, Bb., M.Ecl., Physics Cllllw: Mr. Gvrzllil Holla-y, 12.S,, M.A,, A.M., Chemistry Club, Sw-mul lion: Mr. M4-I Johnson. I-LS., MA.. '1'aiIi-nt Show: Mr, Hugh ,lone-s, HS., M.S., M.A.: Mr. Rob:-rt linilams, B.S., M.S., Fi'osliASopl1 Tennis ffouch: Mrs. Joy Lipman, B.S. Tlinl Row: Mr. NI. A. Pinion. --. ., . ., ,-., I.'JlU1'v1"S K Hr. Morris Pllnipllrvy, B.S.. M.E.. ASL1'onumv Club. GeoloilN Club: Mr. llolu-rt F1-lionlzl, I-LS., l-Biologv Club: Miss Pam:-In srlzovain, 13.8. hall Corich, Frush-Soph VVI-estling Couch: Mr. D. A. 'l'Ilyn-un, Scientists Strive For chievements Mae -iv Mr. Pumpllrcy wzilflics ,loc Hooker :incl janet Crossuifklc finish si vcftors experi- meul in tlicir physical scicnfe dass. cv 28 Potential Scientists Studying Their Fields Dissecting wornis, nralaing liydrogen, learning to solve lorniulas, and going to the Indiana Sand Dunes were all part, ol the Science classes this year at Arlington. Students were taught about light. forces. reactions, and lilie. For each year that passes, this already enormous field broadens. Therefore, many niore things have to be covered in the sundry cours- es that are olfered. Altogether, there are only seven courses which are open to Arlington students. Biology, which is usually taken by all lreshnien, is one course which is required for graduation. Students learn about the family of plants, and the laniily ol' animals, and about the hunian body. The other required one is Physical Science, which is taken by second year stu- dents. Physical Science is the combination of one semester ol' chentistry and another ol' physics. These are taught in this way to give to the student a basic concept of both subjects. The only other s c i e n c e course which is open to the sophoinores is Earth Science. This course is taught only for one seniese ter. Chemistry is open to all the upperclassnien. This course increases the student's knowledge of chemi- cals and their reactions. Physics, Zoology, and Bot- any, the three remaining courses, are for seniors only. In this past year the honors physics classes delved more deeply into the study of electronics than in previous years. Students receive a close look at the science world and the fields related to science. As a senior zoology student Randy Nlcliay tlissects a fetal pig. his fellow classmates .Indy Bieber and Del lirandau look on, juniors Dick Press and Pat Reiner use various means to measure the amounts needed for a chemical experiment. c . . J H lz 4 .Ks a part of his biology course, freslnnan Paul Croarkin uses his nntroseope to examine a slide under high power. 29 MATHEMATICS First Row: Mrs. Carol Boblre: Mr. Leonard Burt, B.S., MS.. VVinter IVE-i1:ht Program Sponsor, Football Coach, Track Coat-lx, Math Club: Mr. William Eita-miller. B..-X., M.A,, Key Club: Mr. John Fish, B.S., M.S., Math Ulllh, Si-fontl Row: Mr. Br:-ndnn Flynn. M.l-Id., J.V. Football Coach, Goll' Coach: Mr. John linrdnr-r. B.A., Ski Club, Fortran Pro. g.ammerS: Mr. Brier Glover, B.S., National Honor Society Sponsorg Mrs. Lilllnn Grain, ILS., M.A. 'l'hirtl Row: Mr. llaymoml Lvalgrn-n. B..-X., l"ros'1 Baseball Coaellg Miss Helen Nnelllnuler, B.S., M.S.: Miss llonniv Ra- monel, B.S., National Honor Society Sponsorg Mrs. ,Nlailalyn Sh-waxrl, B.A., Math Club. Fourth Row: Mr. James Ulrich, 13-.S., M.A., Math Club. N.. Senior niatli students Mike Grant and Carol Gordon work together to find the answer to one of the math probletns. 30 Mathematics has become one iniportant lield in the world today. For this reason, inany students in- clude one phase ol: niatheniatics on their schedule ol' classes. Freshmen are able to take Algebra I or Math I. By one's sophomore year, Geometry is offer- ed. Upperclassnien take Advanced Algebra, Trigono- nietry, and Advanced Math I and II. Mr. James Ulrich was head of the Mathematics Department. He was also elected to serve as the president ol' the Illinois Council of Blatheniatics. Mr. Ulrich has written two books. One deals with high school geometry. IgA'.Y6'lll1-Ill .llflllzcflizafics has its sec- ond edition off the presses now. Several new inathematics teachers have conie to be a part ol the laculty at Arlington. Many of last years teachers have stayed again this year. These laculty nienibers strived to give students a basic understanding ol: niatheniatic principles and how to apply them. The mathematics courses were taken by our students with the college preparatory program. tudents Probe Concepts New Math Mr. Fish supervises as Linda Holsre and Cliff Lzrufcr try their manly skills :rt solving cr complex algebric cquzmon. flC0lllt'LI'lC l-lQl'lll'l?S make ilu' study of g'COIllCll'f' mufli euaicr for soplioinorcs Lisbc Peck, P21111 Nlircssc, zuul lim Sliannon. Mr. Ulrich illumiunres calculus by T V g using thc overheard vicwcr, :rn aicl than is cducalionul to Put, Rogers. 31 BUSINESS EDUCATION First Row: Mr. Marla Ih-Herman, B.A,, M.A.. Business Educa- tion Club Sponsor: Mr. John Bush, HA., Varsity Football Coaeli, Jr. Varsity Wrestling Coach: Mr. Roln-rt Curh-r, B.S., Frosh Basketball Coach, Jr, Varsity Baseball Coaehg Mrs. llnzt-I Faulkner, B.S,, M.A., Business Education Cluti Sponsor, Ni-enntl Row: Mr. Hvinlrtl liihson. B.A.. M.A,, Key tfluh Sponsorp Mrs. Furol Hinton, B.S,: Miss 1.4-txt Mr'3lilIin, M.A,, National Honor Society Sponsor: Mrs, lro-no Moulton. MS., lsuslness l-Itlueation Club Sponsor. Typing Makes Arlington Students Efficient Classes in Business liducation were on the sched- ules of tnany students this past school year. This department, headed by Mrs. Faulkner, offered ten different courses for those who were preparing for college or future jobs. These classes also helped stu- dents with their school work at Arlington. Typing, Notehand-typing, and Shorthand-typing were offered to those who desired an aid in their school work. It was also given to college bound stu- dents, as well as those who would be seeking jobs after they finished their high school education. The remaining seven courses in the curriculum of Business liducation were niainly for the students who were planning to get a job after they had coin- pleted high school. General Business had offered the student a general background of the business world. Courses in Business English and Business Law help- ed tlie students in understanding the various lang- uages of different business. Two other courses were 13 o o k k e e p i n g and Dictation-transcription. They taught the students some of the fundanientals each would need to know before going' into a business. Consutner Probletns and Office Practice classes help- ed students get acquainted with business operation. "' 5Et1z WVhile Allison Reed watclies, Mr. Betternian attempts to expound the complex language of a schedule. 32 ut , f Iwi- SL? Q DIVERSIFIED OCCUPATIONS Sealed: Barbara Spillar, Lvnn Mirs. Sfnlldingz Mr. Stahnke, Robert Kelly, Robert Prnyn, Terry Larsen, Carolyn .No Hunter, Roy Hinrichs, Richard Topalo- vich, John DeXVitt. Dislributivc Education is a vocational education program. In this program a student learns in the classroom and learns a trade at the same time. Dis- tributive Education, as the title indicates, is con- cerned with the field of distribution ol' goods or ser- vices. The major objective of this organization is to prepare high school students vocationally for retail jobs. This program is under the direction of Mr. Seibel. Learning one particular skilled occupation is the main objective of tl1e Diversified Occupations pro- gram. lt allows high school students to train for a job while earning a diploma, The Diversified Occu- pations program is under the supervision of Mr. Stahnke. In both Distributive llducation and Diversified Occupations students attend school for half a clay and are employed the other hall. They must take two academic subjects and physical science in school. The academic and vocational training prepare stu- dents to move ahead towards their chosen professions. DISTRIBUTIVE EDUCATION Km'cling': Bob Livett, Alan Van Bladel, Curt Holmes. Smmlingz Dorothy Beeks, Larry YVilkinson, Steve St. john, Danny Hansen, John Ptak, Craig johnson, Joe Spencer. Better Bu iness fb DIVERSIFIED OCCUPATIONS, DISTRI BUTIVE EDUCATION Mr. Riellnrd Svibs-l, B.S., M,S., D,E. Club: Mr. Vs-rnon Slnhnkv, HS., M.S'., D.O, Club: Mr. Jos:-ph no,-rn, B.A., Work Shop Orientation. 33 rt Offers Chance For Creative Talent Seniors Kathy Nitch and Paul Abel prepare for the next art assignment by mixing and blending the paint needed. pl Tix? ' ,E l ART , Mr. Fritz Mit-haelis, B.A.E., Art Club: Mr. Jnhn Monnett, B.S.E.7 Stage Crew Club, Art Club. 34 As Bonnie Roberts and Judy Harms ll'y artistically to recreate this squirrel, Mr. Monnett smiliugly looks on. Drawing' and painting make up only a small part ol' the art courses offered at Arlington. Under the supervision of Mr. Michaelis and Mr. Monnett, the 2111 department provides four individual courses. liasic concepts and principles along with design and drawing are emphasized in Art I. This course is open to any interested student. Art ll delves more deeply into the technical skills ol: graphics, ceramics, jewelry making, drawing, painting, and design. Af- ter taking Art I and ll, students may enroll in a combination Art II-IV course. In this class students choose their own workshop in sculpture, painting, drawing, ceramics, or jewel design and spend one semester on this particular subject. General Art is a concentrated course covering four years ol' ideas in one half semester. Juniors and seniors are offered a class in Fine Arts Appreciation taught by Mr. Pugsley. Fine Arts Appreciation is a survey of music and 211't covering the early Egyptian to contemporary periods. Besides studying in the classroom, art students benefit from excursions to the Art Institute or to the Field Museum. Also, extra time is saved each year for the competition in the Scholastic Art Show. Harmony, pitch, and tone quality are among the several goals which members of Arlingtoirs music departmentz worked for this year. Under the direct- tion of Mr. YVhite, Mr. Pugsley. and Nh: Schmoyt-r many ol' these goals were reached. As head of Arlingtoirs instrumental department Mr. Sehmoyer was director ol' ,-Xrling'ton's baud and orchestra. Under his teaching members of these organizations developed proper playing techniques and learned to play as a well-conducted group. This year the instrumental department provided much entertainment and music for the students of Arlington. In addition to performing during half- time, the band performed in several of Arlington's concerts with the orchestra. In addition, the orches- tra acttompanied this year's operetta. Under the direction of Mr. Pugsley and Mr. XVhite members of the vocal department worked hard in preparation for concerts, festivals and contests. Much of their work and talent was exhibited in the State Music Contest and the operetta. Freshman and sophomore members of the vocal department were trained in preparation for Senior Choir in Mixed Chorus, Girl's Glee, and Freshman Chorus. Mr. XVhite taught Senior Choir and the freshmen while Mr. Pugsley taught the sophomores. MUSIC Mr. Jerome Pmzsle-y, B.A., Choralit-rs: Mr. Fra-tlric-k Selnnuy--r. B.A., ALM.: Mr. Boyd White, B..-X., M.A., Modern Music Mas- ters Sponsor. Talent Di played In Musical Department Mr. Boyd XVhite reveals a pleased expression as he di- rects a group practicing for the District Music Festival. To be one of the inenrbers of Senior Choir is an honor and the members find out that even the honored must practice. 35 Skills Are Developed In lndu trial Arts Wlorking in his metals class, sophomore Rick Glaser takes a measurement with calipers while using a metal lathe. fn N if INDUSTRIAL ARTS First Row: Mr. Curtis Larsen, M.S., Radio Club: Mr. William Myers, B,S., M.S., Ski Club, Football Coach, Assistant Track Coach, XVrestling Coach, Second Row: Mr. Roy Post, B.S., M.S., Radio Club, Concession Director: Mr. Robert Thompson, B. S., M, S. 36 The Industrial Arts Department, like any of the other departments, teaches students through lec- tures, textbooks, and tests. However, the Industrial Arts courses place major emphasis on the applica- tion of texthook knowledge tltrough individual proj- ects. A project demonstrates the extent to which a student correctly understands an idea that has been presented. Several olmjectives pertain to all live areas of Industrial Arts. They are as follows: to teach the student skills in one or more of the five areas, to teach an understanding of the operation of specializ- ed equipment, to encourage ati appreciation of quali- ty workmanship, and to acquaint the student with various industries. Drafting, electricity, electronics, metals, and woods are the areas which comprise In- dustrial Arts. Teachers are Mr. Larson, Mr. Post, Mr. Myers, and Mr. Thompson. Drafting involves the principals of architecture and the use of drawing tools. Filectricity and electronics courses teach sueh topics as the fundamentals of computers. Students in woods and metals work with tools and their hands. Applying theory in an electronics room, students Greg Smith and john McDonald carefully test faulty tubes. Mrs. Kane, during her home economics class. shows her students how to select materials lor their wardrobes. Mrs. Barkers demonstration of the art of fruit preparation is an inspiration to the students in Family Meals class. Needle and Pan The home-making courses at Arlington, headed by Mrs. Kane and Mrs, Barker, offer a wide selection of classes pertaining to almost every part of home life. The classes range from Creative Cookery to Dress- making and from Child Care to Interior Decorating. Freshmen and sophomores are offered composite courses, Holneinaking I and II. These two courses include food selection and preparation, understand- ing children, laundering and fabric selection to suit the particular individual. Juniors and seniors who are going further in Home Economics may choose specialized courses in Clothing, Dressmaking, Tailoring, Creative Cookery, Child Care, and Interior Decorating. The homemaking course also includes demonstra- tions, talks, and field trips. Representatives from various corporations speak to the many classes. Oth- er speakers include some interior decorators, dress designers, and experts in Creative Cookery. Field trips are taken to such places as the Dixon State Hospital, the National Designing' Center, the Art In- stitute, the Merchandise Mart, the Quaker Oats Com- pany, and fruit manufacturing plants. All of these things make taking these courses worthwhile and fun. HOME ECONOMICS Mrs. Bzxrbnrn Burk:-r. HS., Home Eco- nomics Careers Club Sponsor: Mrs. Marily limw, B.S., Home Economics Careers Club Sponsor. 37 PHYSICAL EDUCATION I-'irst Row: Mr. Allyn Allen, B.A., M.S., Head Football Coach: Mr. Russell Atlis, RS., M.S., Athletic Director: Mrs. Marg Lou Hmult, B.S., G.R.A, Sponsor: Mrs. .lnim Lag:-rlof, B.S., Coronets and Carrlettes Sponsor. Svroinl Row: Mrs. Chris Lehir-1-ki. HS., Orche-sis Sponsor. Mr. 'l'hom:is Pitehfortl. B.S.. M.S., Head Frosh-Soph Football Coach, Head Frosh Basketball Coach, Head Tennis Coach, "A" Club Sponsor: Mr. llrnee Sanmore, B.S., M.S., Head Cross Country Coach, Head Track Coach: Mrs. Linda, Tlmmpson, B.A., G.R.A. Sponsor. Third Row: Mr. Thonlas Walillnusr-, B.S., M.S., Varsity Gym- nastics Coach: Mrs. Philip Wa-ssels. HS., Cheerleaders Sponl sor: Mr. Ted Nissen, B,S, M.S., Assistant Football Coach, Varsity Basketball Coach. fi fd n S' Q fr' C 1' In their Physical Education class sophomore boys struggle for an extra two point advantage above their opponents. Spirit nd Style "Ready, and . . . one, two, three, lour ,... " Anoth- er Arlington physical education class was under way. Throughout the gym groans of exhaustion were au- dible as students stretched, pulled, and strained. During the warmer months passers-by could watch red-andfwhite-clad boys and navyhblooinered girls hull and puff around iXrlington's endless track. Three new teachers were added to the Physical lidneation Department this past year. They are Mrs. Lebieki, Mrs. Lagerlof, and Miss Thompson. Mrs. La- gerlolf sponsors the drill team, and Mrs. Lebieki teaches dance and Orehesis. As in past years, there was a wide variety of specialized girls' gym classes. Orchesis and the drill team had classes ol' their own. Some girls took dance instead of a regular gym class, and many juniors and seniors were enrolled in Leader's class taught by Mrs. XVessels. Boys who were in a sport were able to take study hall instad of a physical education class, and there was a special gymnastics class offered for freshmen. Students who were not able to participate in ac- tive sports were enrolled in a limited physical edu- cation class. Mr. Russell Attis was the head of Arlington's Phy- sical Education Department during this year. 38 r N Physical Fitness Through Participation , v ,.. 1.4 K., "Strike llircc :mtl you're out!" yells the umpire. Sopho- more l,imlu Brown looks clejeclcml us she misses the bull. Miss Tlioinpson, Linda Doyle, and Lynn Larson spot Gloria XVoss as she practices her routine on the parallel bars. Boys in physical education Class wait to hit the bull as they wutflx their team mates volley it. 39 SPECIAL SERVICES First Row: Miss Dorothy Bolintz, A.B., M.S.L.S.: Mrs. Cornnu Dowling, HS.: Mrs. Murxzarc-t Ford, R.N., Health Care:-rs Club. Sf-4-lvntl Row: Mrs. 1YyInm, Guilfoil, 12.5.3 Mrs. l'artleI'. R.N.1 Mrs. Ks-gina Wuolsoiwroft, B,S., M.S.. Food Serxiee Director. Secretaries and Speci SECRETARIES First Row: Mrs. Mary Nagorny, Mrs. julie Corkell, Mrs. Irene Kratseh, Mrs. Fay Bruhnke, Mrs, Ruth Nordbrock, Mrs. Vera Tessendorf, Mrs. -lean Smith, Mrs, Dorothy Schom- hurg, Mrs. Carol McKay, Mrs. Mary Lou Cole, Mrs. Dorothy 40 Many of the services which enable the school to run efficiently are performed by the secretarial staff and the special service departments. These ser- vices benefit both students and teachers. 'l'he secretarial staff is composed of seventeen clerks, headed by Mrs. Cast. Six of the secretaries work as department clerks while the others work in offices. Among other jobs the department clerks mimeograph tests while the office clerks attend to such jobs as attendance and registration. One of the constantly used departments is the library. Through the work of Mrs. Cuilfoil, the head librarian, and her assistants the library is able to provide records, language tapes, books on nearly all topics, and magazines. Mrs. Dowling, speech correctionist at Arlington, helps students to overcome speech defects. Under the direction of Mr. Kavanaugh the Audio Visual department provides lighting for plays, tape recorders for teachers, and films for classes. Mrs. Ford, the school nurse, is responsible for the health of Arlingtonls students. In addition to re- pairing sprained fingers and injured knees, she files st.udent's medical reports and their accident claims. al Services Aid U Rudd, Mrs. Connie Hlolff. Second Row: Mrs. Eileen Cast, Mrs. Virginia Uppling, Mrs. Florence Braunsreuter, Mrs. Lu- cille Gillon, Mrs. Pat Corts, Mrs. XVinnie Crockett, Mrs. Jean Gray. l Custodians Beautify While Cooks ourish The work ol' the custodians is always a necessity in maintaining the appearance ol' the school bu ild- ing. The custodial staff, headed by Mr. Leark, is responsible for the care ol' fXrlington's grounds IIS well as building maintenance. This force of seven- teen people is depended upon by the entire stud body, faculty, and administration to keep the bu Clit, ilcl- ing in order and to see that such laeilities as heat and light are operating properly. The performance ol' these tasks and others insures the function of the entire building. In lflliti, as always, the custodians did their jobs well, thereby gaining our grateful recognition. The kitchen stall is a group that every stud CHI in the school appreciates. .Xbout 12 o'clock each day, the students tnay not be thinking about Mrs. KVt wolf soncrolt, food supervisor, Nlrs. Pardee. food produc- tion tnanager, or Mrs. Hill. cafeteria manager, or any ol the other ladies, but they begin looking for- ward to the delicious lunches they prepare. Twenty- one cooks are the mainstay of the cafeteria. Through tlteir efforts, a choice ol' fine nreals, which cont one-third of a student's daily ntttritional requ ain ire- ntents, is Carefully prepared each day by able hands. COOKS Front Rott: Marie Sass, I.orraine Nlarsvalek. Gail Tlnl Delores LaRosC, Charlotte Hill, Dorthey Chidley, Millie X gren, Lucille Mainiero, Laverne Reitler. Suomi Row: X llen, Vilt- lary , CUSTODIANS Front Row: C. YV. Liggett, Robert Brenn, Louis Schurr, Adolph Meyer, Second Roni: Henry Leark, Anton Putz, Her- tnan Schnutckel, Stanko Marko Markovieh, Charles Ferrari, John Engeo. Zitzer. .lo Ann Grob, Carol Bruns, Virginia Clark, Elsie Mueller. Vivian Penoycr, Olive Tltuerk, Lorraine Hausk- necht, -lane 'lihorton, l,orraine Radtke. Flora Haines. s s si.. - T . is 4.. -4 H ,.+wQ:' 1 49' ' 7 i ,,f,, r 'ay AQ Q., I " s - rtss , N i. .1 N xr yk .s... p F' M , w T e 1 41 my M , ..,.Q,W.54? 3 Q-5:25 f -x,l, - ,, wwu. 2mW,., mmmw Lv' , Q " Mit-1, '- , 4. ..- V 'YWQV ' W ' bw M1 A 1' ,f H, 4 ffm? +1 Sf 5 '5 Q. AE sgiiifmg 1 E1 ag., , www, .. ,ffl X , I' , 'WM ' 1 . , i For many Arlinglon SfllllI'IlfS ll grvul part of Illvir vrfllrflliolz f!llx'l'S 11111611 OllvfSidl' 1110 clussroonz. 'flu' 11r'tivilio.s uf .4r1ingIon, offvr the slzulrfnl ma- ny UlllIOI'lIIllifil'S Io illvvsliglltv Il SIll?jl'!'I nmrv lll0l'0ll:Q,'l1ly, IIIIFSIII' ll hubby, pllrliriluzlrf in Il 1U0l7f'l'l1iI1g lmfly, mul Sflllflly' IHIIY' ll goud Iimv. 501110 arti- Uilivs flu IIUI Fllllllgl' lllfllllglllllll ilu' yvur, Im! ollwrs Vllflllgl' Ifilll ilu' Sl'llSlIIlS. ctivities .Xrltngton's 'tifi Honieconiing Court is all smiles as its members look forward to the students' decisions of king and queen. Arlington Honors Homecoming Tradition Announcing of this years N66 Homecoming court started our homecoming week at Arlington High School. The nominees for queen were Sue Chodera, Aloy llruska, Lynn Larson, Pat Smith, and .Ian XVeber. The nominees for king were Lowell Christy, John Erickson, Mike Grant, Larry Malcohnson, and Kim Markshausen: The days that followed were filled with finding hayraeks for ever-rymies treasured floats, squeezing in a little homework between decorating these floats, and for some - sheer exhaustion. Originality played a big part in the Contest for the best float. .Xlter many long hours of work a great big grandfather cloek was chosen as the win- ner. It represented the race against time. On lfriday the decision ol' llomecoming queen and king had to be made. As it happened Sue Cho- dera and Larry Nlalcolmson were chosen as Home- coming queen and king to reign over the victorious and memorable weekend. The Cardinal spirit soared high as everyone await- ed the gatne against' Conant on Friday night. In the final outcome our Cards were on top with a victory over the Conant gridsters. Homecoming 'titi at Arlington was more than just a game or a dance but it remains a week packed with excitement, work, and fun. lt is the hope of everyone that this tradition will not be lost. 44 -X lr' 1 - ie-st,,,,,Y K v ft . - ,. Queen Sue Chodera and King Larry lvlalcolmson sit on the royal throncs following the presentation to A,H,S, students. 'vi I Lust minute pu-pzxrzuiom are fl'Lllllilillllf' mzulc bvforcz the COIHIIICIILCIIIUIII. of Lhc ulculorzlblc ISNS6 IIUIIlClOllliIlg PRIIYILIC. 4X lxlmimgll NIUIIC' :ll um' ul our ximlorious glllllfx. ns thc' ullvcr- Icaxclcrx zuul cmwcl Imzuk nur Klgmliunlx ou to uuum' lHlli'lltIOXVllS. hjny, Lynn, hlznu, :md Pal, display thc-ir bouquets of roscfs Llflfl' the Iflwllltiillllillg' Quvcu for 1906 has bucu ZIIIIIOUIICCKI. Before CIlll'1'illg the IIUIHCC0l1lillg dzlucc, couples perform the small. but thc uul'urgc-ltzxlrlc task of piuuiug ou thc wrsngcb. 45 lixcitcd couples rinlicipritc :iii owning of pleasure :is tl1Cy Clitcl' llic rcailm ol' Micliiiglit Mzicliirsm ut thc' wiiitci' nlziiicc-, Dance All Night Many couples walk nrouiicl :md Lzilk no friends while enjoying tlicimclvcs ut Lhc Cl1l'l5l1l12lS Bull, tillcd "Deep in l,lCCC1l1lJC1'.H 46 45 K . 5 ,,,z W gb, W. Pillll Reckwzinli is ful :L Cookie by luis dmc. The SCllll1g is lliim yc':11"s lull luriizilmui spcmsorcfl by the Soplioniore Class. 'ilu' SCCIICFY of Autumn N0lill11'IlL'. Lliis yC1ll"S licmiccouiiiig clzimv. is c-iiloycil by IWO couplcr. :ls they CHLCI' thc clziiicc. R1-11 Bublilz 111111 P21111 1S1'11ss1'i1 rnelully C11S1i1lX'CI' 111111 se- 1C111llQ Il 11111111 1'111x11g1- 1'1'1111i1'1:x 1111111 1111111gl1t 111111 IIIUIICY. 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As i11 11 11103111 tl1e proni 1111151 1:1111 11111 tl1e 111611117157 1'e11111ins. 47 . as W ,... . . .. . - - 1 A . , STUDENT COUNCIL Frou! Row: Dorothv C11a1n1an, Sue Chodera Ph illis Kirch- ner, Sue Hruska, Donnzi KllII2lI'ICll, Sue KIOIIIISZJIT, Ginny Hawley, Cindy A. Johnson, Margaret Hermes. Svrrmrl Row: Pat Shanghnessy, Toni Devine, Cindy Miller, Lisby Peek, Bill Heffernan, Terry Malone, Liz Galloway, Sue Lelieau Marianne Clausing. Pat Mercer. Third Row: Jim lX'I2lIIlHIll'1j Tl1e 'UG-'67 Student Council l1as two main goals lor tl1e school year. Tl1e liirst was to encourage Council to become involved witl1i11 itself, by keeping all of the 111e111bers active. Tl1e second aim was to promote tl1e best interests of tl1ose at Arlington, in l1opes other students would become more active. Un- der the leadership ol' Student Council oI'I'icers John Frickson, president, Low Christy, vice-president, Lyllll Larson, correspondiiig secretary: Susie Cho- dera, recording secretary: Jim Sergey, the chiel' ol' A.H.S. tral'l'ic court: Terry Malone, treasurer: and Harry Tennant, parliainentariang tl1e forty-l'o11r Council representatives 111et o11ce a week. Student Council has additional acconlplisliments to its credit this year. By encouraging class par- ticipation, Arlington was able to collect IIIOTC than lour thousand pounds ol' lood for the poor. Ideas, such as various workshops for better understanding of Council l'lIIlCll0ITS, evaluation sheets, and a Card Mascot, were instigated for the first time. A.H.S. was also able to, with the aid ol tl1e Peace Corps, build a school by raising a thousand dollars by way of vari- ous projects. Among other responsibilities taken on by Council were Homecoming cereinonies, Talent Show, Fun Nights, and our correspondence witI1 our own adopted Vietnamese girl, Pung Thai Loan. 48 -Ianie Oestinan, Mary lfischer, Lyn11 Larson, Dave Kurrasch, ljo Xnng Ifagerson, Bill Iilsner, Cathy Rowe, Larry Malcohnson, jim Sarbaugli, Cary Drake, Sally Faner, Fuurllz Row: Dave liwart. Mary Donn Rossi. Brad Starr. Harry 'I'ennant. Paul Bowen. -Iohn -Iarecki, I.owell Christy, Jim Sergey, Ken Mal- tohnson. .Iohn Iirickson, Betsy Rossi. Barb Evensen. f Student Council STUDENT COUNCIL OFFICERS Front Row: Terry Malone, Lynn Larson, Sue Chodera. Sec- ond Row: Harry Tennant, jim Sergey, john Erickson, Lowell Christy. New Experience For Pair From broad TRAFFIC COURT Sue Ranisey, Sue Carr, jaines Sergey, Carol Sponier. . .fc 'i T' Q, -..........,. ,,,,.-1' 1,e Foreign exchange student Cathy lialoudi attempts to ex- pound vigorously on problems posed in her Sociology class. Mike Paehno, one of two Arlington High School loreign exchange students, delivers a speech to his English class. l'nder the supervision of counselor Miss Craig and student activity director Mr. Patberg, the Ar- lington chapter of tl1e American Field Service spon- sored two exchange students this year. They were seniors Catherine Kaloudi from Athens, Greeceg and Michael Paehno from Paele, Laguna, Philip- pines. Student council's chapter of A. F. S., headed by senior Bill lllsner, along with an adult connnittee, sponsored various projects to raise inoney to send Arlington students abroad. Although run by student council, A. lf. S. is open to any interested student. The rnain purpose of Traffic Court is to stress driving safety to students, It is Traffic Court that makes the safety rules stated in the student con' stitution. The court chief justice was senior jim Sergey and the representatives were senior Carol Spolner, junior Mark XVarns, sophornor Sue Carr, and freshman Sue Ranlassy. This year the court sent one of these rep- resentatives to the Springfield Traffic Safety Con- vention to discuss old and new rules of the state. 49 Students Display Their Dramatic Talent lX'hile relaxing over dinner, the members of the cast of ".Xh, Nl'ilclerlu'ss!" periorni a scene from the fall play. This yearis play season began with the fall play Ali ll'ila1crizcss.' The three-aet eoinedy, written by Nobel Prine winner Eugene O'Neil, is partially based on the playwright's teen years. The story is about lainily life set in a CTOIIIICCITCIII town in IEPOG. The Miller ianrily was headed by llarry Tennant as Nat and Nancy llarris as his wile lissie. Ineluded in the lfaniily were Steve Clark and Robert ltkstrancl as the sons and Susan lelieau as the daughter. The show was Directed by Douglas K. Murphy with the teehnieal work done by .lanies Nicholls. Pat Gates was assistant to the director, The winter season was brightened by the showing ol' Moss llart's Light U11 The Sky. The author's ex- periences in the professional theatre constructed the background lor the comedy about lil'e in the theater. Moss Mart was also the eo-author ol' previous Arling- ton productions ol' The illau llilzo Came To IJIUHIIIH' and time In A Lffelirnc. The locale ol' the play is Boston and business at hand is the pre-Broadway try- out ol: a new play. The play was directed by Lyo- ronne Trad with scenery by Blames Xieholls. Leads were shared by Nloniea Hruby, Dave liwart, Alanies Cronin, and Pat Smith. The 111ftf1'1ls' D1'S!'iI1lt' was presented in the spring. 50 Sophomore Dave Ewart and junior Monica Hruby rehearse a sttene for this year's winter play, "Light Up the Sky." l 3 fl il 'l g. ? , .Iunior Craig Brnwark and Senior Pat Slllilil take time out from relic-arsal of "Light Up The Sky' to ponder and relax. .Xn enthusiastic lI1CIIllJCI' of make-np crew Carefully puts the fzue on rin anxious sznlor pairtieipziting in the show. N. ,, .... ,t,. . ,. t. ,.,.. me , .,.t,,,,..,W,,..... f..v.M,.W...ii.,-g.,.,,.....,.,.......,,i f KU 1 -'lib . . . i 532123 if linjoying :i chocolate pie "On the Good Ship Lollipop," Wil-2 Nznley Givens will probnhly "awake with ll tnnnny zu: 2" Show O Talent "'-lhis peilorinzuiee is going to be great the first time. Tlglll?" monnnzincls Mr. johnson as he entourztges nienihers. "A Deelt ol' Clzirds Our Shulille sXhoard,' this years talent show, was nizide possihle through the direc- tion of Mr. johnson. Miss .-Xnderson, and student Cll1'CCllJ1iPlllsllllfll. Over two hundred students pzirtieipated in the show. Menihers ol' the rust were seleeled during trys outs, which were held nearly o11e inonth before the perforniznice. The inziin c'l1:u':u'tei's were the ship's eziplziin, played hy Lowell Clliristy, :ind the reerezi- tion clireetor. played hy Shelley Ilznnilton. The show was hzised on an oeezin voyage from l,ondon to New York on the S. Arlingtoiif' The show opened on the day ol' departure :it a London port. :lxl'IClASCYC1'2lll1ll1HlJC1'S, including Ufiet Me to the Boat on Time" and u1'Xl'lC'llO1'S Aweigh," the boat departed :ind the voyage begun. The voyage was filled with song' and clzinee nninhers, sneh as 'AI Feel Sezlsiek' and the ufiood Ship Lollipop," which deni- onstrzned the students' talents. One ol' the 2lt'tS de- pieted an underwater scene. The voyage was ended with the singing ol' "Give Me Your Tired, Your Poo1"' helore the Stzitne of l'.iherty. The entire exist joined ill singing the finale. 51 NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY Front Row: Kris Schwank, Paula Schoinburg, Steve Schaf- Bonnie Marks, Diana King, Diane Smith, Mary Fischer, ersman, Jim Sergey, Pat Rogers, Beverly Seng, Jane Ulrich. Jane Olson. Second Row: Sue Klhodera, Sharon Dillon, Carol Spomer, Student Recognized By Honorary Clubs Of all the organizations at Arlington, membership in National Honor Society is probably the most diffi- cult to attain. Students were chosen by their teach- ers and sponsor on the basis of character, scholar- ship, leadership, and service to the school only after they had met these basic requirements: sophomores, a 4.5 grade averageg juniors, a 4.25 grade averageg and seniors, a 4.0 grade average. The members in- clude l0'fQ, of the senior class, 52 of the junior class, and 2.52, of the sophomores, who are probationary members. Under its sponsor, Miss Cobb, this organization again served its school. This year's officers, chosen by the members last spring, are -lim Sergey, presi- dentg Diane Smith, vice-presidentg Jane Ulrich, sec- retaryg and Sharon Dillon, treasurer. During the year the National Honor Society sold pennants, printed and sold 'ADialers,l' held basketball concessions, and sponsored coke dances in order to finance the initiation ol' new members in the spring. Parents, teachers, and friends were invited to this impressive ceremony at which pins and mem- bership certificates are distributed. N.H.S. also par- ticipated in the tutoring service offered at Arling- ton arld contributed to A.F.S. Besides holding their regular monthly meetings, they also took a field trip to entertain the two A.I'I. foreign exchange students. 52 NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY OFFICERS Sealed: jim Sergey, Sharon Dillon. Standing: Jane Ulrich, Diane Smith. YT! NATIONAL THESPIAN SOCIETY Front Row: Lynda Norris, Mary Corwin, Pain Larson. Dennis McMillan, Pat Smith, Dave Ross, Doris Searen, Martha Cook. Second Row: Steve Busch, Barb johnson, Laura Hilton, Mike Moses, Chris Anderson, Sue YVood, Mr. Murphy. Third Row: National Thespian Society is an organization Whose membership consists of students who have worked at least one hundred hours on a dramatic production. The group is sponsored by Mr. Nlurphy, Arlingtotfs dramatic teacher. It is Mr. Murphy's hope that mem- bership in the club will promote even greater en- thusiasm in all areas of dratnatics. National Forensics League is comprised of those NATIONAL FORENSICS LEAGUE Front Hom: Kathy Landwehr, Terri Thompson, Pat Cox, Cindy A. hlohuson. Carol Herda, Mr. XVQIQIIICIX Second Row: Dave Palmatier, Doug Uselding, Lydia XVi1son, Pat Smith, Linda Freeman, Ilan lflC1ll. Toni Cory, jim Sergey, Steve Starck, Steve Clark, Harry Tennant, Curt X'Vilson. Not Pic- lurrrlz Sue LeBeau. students who participate in debate or individual speech activities. The club is headed by an executive board including Steve Clark, presidentg Doug Useld- lllgf, vice-presidentg and Cindy Johnson and Pat Smith, secretaries. Their sponsor is Mr. Hiagner, who is assisted by Miss Trad, Mrs. Lebin, and Mr, Havens. Among the activities ol' the group is the annual pub- lication of the National Forensics League calendar. 43' Q D Yf' Steve Clark. Tlzirrl Roan Jeff Fairfield. Pat Rogers, Janet Sygnator, Nancy Harris, Karen Richards, Sandy Meinhardt, Craig Howard. 53 QUILL AND SCROLL lfrrnil Row: l':un Johnson. Iiarry Dale. Xlonita Hoggay. Alohn Ploetz. Mary Barb Olson. 311111111 Now: Terri Malone, Jan Geyer, Kristi Scliwank. Barb Broscovak, Sally Shannon, l.inda PlClTCl'llIlll. Slwlley llaniihon, Prowess In Journalism nd Lingui tic fn PAN LANGUAGE COUNCIL l"ronI Row: Jan Brewer. lien Meyer, lillen Olsen. Swconrl Row: Mrs. l'1Ul'I112Ill, Miss Roberts. Miss .Xnderson. 'lillirfl Rott" lialhy l,andu'el1r. Sue xVCllll2lllhCll. .lane Olson, Bonnie llris- coe. Ifoznllz Rom: Carol Olson, Sue XX'oods, Linda Punch. 54 Quill and Scroll is an international honorary society set 11p to l'Ct'0Qlll7CT high school journalists. The inenlhers have ass11111ed responsibilities for two years and have inade outstanding contrilnitions to their respective stalls. either tlllf Cflrtlirzul or the Hefglzlx. The journalists are reconiinended for a nieinhership hy the sponsor ol the publication. The candidates niust then he approved by the executive secretary of Quill and Scroll before they are accept- ed. In order to qualify for nieinhership a Student must he either a junior or a senior in the upper third ol his class scholastically. Quill and Scroll is headed hy tl1e ptllaliczttion sttperxisors. The only tiine when lfrench Clluh, l.atin Clluh. Spanish Club, German Cluh, and Russian Club are united is at tl1e Pan Iiflllgllllgl' Council. ljach cluh is represented hy specially chosen IIICIIIIJCTS. Their inain purpose is to plan the annual Pan LQIIIQUIIQC Banquet, each he-ing' in charge of either the lfood, the puhlicity, the decorations. or the entertainment. The puhlicity t'll2lll'lll2ll1'S ioh is to SClld out the in' ritatiolls to tl1e special guests and to tI1e lioreign exchange students ol' Arlington and ol' the other schools. cillilllilllllll ol' the decoration CtJI1lIIllUCC has the ioh ol' liortniiig tl1e decorations around the theme selected lor tl1e lianquet. The mezil for tl1e Banquet is served in ll bullet style with tl1e niain dish s11p- plied hy the Council with cooperation l.l'OIIl the cafeteria. Other dishes are supplied hy the guests. The inilla, pnneh, a11d collee are also supplied by tl1e cztleteria. Nliss 1Xnderson is in charge this year. K El it il vvvvu MODERN MUSIC MASTERS Front Roan Robin Curtin. John Erickson, Jim Gallagher, Scott -Iosif, Ken Newquist, Paula Schomburg. Second Row: Sandy Corfman, Sharon Dillon, Irene Haughey, Peggy Marks, Sue XVellhausen, Kathy Landwehr. Third Row: Mr. XVhite, Pam Fruehling, Debbie Zonsius, Diane Smith. Carletta Brown, Susan Pierre, Linda Heffernan, Lynda Norris, Mr. SPANISH CLUB Front ltuzcg Sheila Harmon. Kathy Stroben. Marilyn Mullner, Sue Lindsey. Second Row: Shelley Smith, jenger Hilgenfeld, Pat Barrett. Toni Bunnelle. Judy Mcflorinick, Micky Cron- auer. lan Bourbon. Third Row: .lan Brewer, .Xnne Zonsious, Chrisifireene, Barb Hansen, Georgianne Smuda, Pat Gates. .lan Rinsley, ,Ian Hilgenfeld. Iioztrtll Row: Mary Pat Piper, Tom Swegles, Camille Oldenburg. Gary Glaser, Barb Kolze, Barb Callahan, Lynn Johnson. Cindy liwertz. Fifth Roni: Alice Nagorny, Bonnie Briscoe, Susan Stcgemeyer, Linda Cor- der, Mary Simpson. Dawn Mayer, Sheila Zimmerman, Bonnie Barnett, Chary Colburn. Pugsley. Fourth Row: Ginny Boyles. Sue Niemczyk, Sandy Ohman, Nancy Zalud. Nancy -lean Thompson, Tom Faust, Vicki Aner, Nancie Douglas. lfifllz Row: Beverly Seng, Linda lfreenian, Mike Moses, Dave Palmatier. Bill Hazen, ,lim Milne, Carol Malmquist, Karen Richards. ccent ith ote "The purpose of Spanish Club is to promote a deeper interest in the language," said one member of the organization. XVith this goal in mind, Barb Callahan, Camille Oldenburg, and Bonn i e Barnett guided the club through its various activities. At Christmas, AHS Spanish Club helped give a party lor the children of the Spanish migrant workers in the area. Two extensive trips were planned during the year, a spring trip to Mexico, and one to Spain in the smnmer. During the school term, the club kept itself busy with lield trips, watching slides, and attending a Spanish Fiesta. One of the more highly distinguished groups at .Xrlington High is known as Tri-Nl, or by its l'nll title, Modern Music Masters. The national organiva- tion gives special recognition to the student who actively participates and shows marked achieve- ment in both fields of music, that of vocal, or that ol: instrumental. Membership is achieved by main- taining a "B" average in music, along with at least a HC" academic grade point, by auditioning. and by receiving recommendations from different teach- ers. Tri-M's projects include their annual Pot Luck Dinner that is held lor all of the district schools, recitals. Christmas caroling. and athletic concessions. 55 FRENCH CLUB Front Row: Cail Cordiner. Pat Rodgers, Sharon Dillon, Deb- bie Zonzius, Linda Heffernan, Karen Lebbin. Second Row: Kathy Dolinger, Denise Loriss, Donna Kuharich, Pat Hruby, Debbie- Yates, Chris libert. Sue Johnson, Steve Kenninger, Ruth Nerlinger, Patty Zalud, Kristine Hlolter. Third Row: Terry Cassidy, Marcia Myers, Barb Fondrie, Sue Carter. Mar- ilyn Epsky, Sue Ramsey, Pam Bigford, Linda Fluhrer, Nancy Jacobs, Pat Haldeman, Cathy Rowe, Sue Kost. Fourth Row: Barb Scthultheis, Karen Kirkland, Marianne Clausing, Mary Lynn Llliot, George Roby, Martha Stephens. Mimi Marshall, Janet Sygnator, Diane Staahl, Sharon Lasswell. Betty Adams, 1-lyelyn XVagner, Janet Cochran. Fifth Row: Laurel Steele, Karen Markstrom, Pam Miresse. Christine Ferrario, Janie Oestmann, Barb Petersen, Cathy Johns, Mary Donn Rossi, Joanne Lalish, Debra Vogel, Cathy Clemens, Barb Terhune, Julie Nowack, Sandy Hilton, Barb Rumatz. FRENCH CLUB Front Roan Terri Tliontpson, Leslie Deehring. Jody Culber- son. Lynne Butler, Pat Cates, Linda Reyelle, Denise Dearen. Barb Fugate, Melanie Maloney, Jan Grossnickle. Second Row: Jane Olson, Ann Cournoyer, Sandy Corfman. Adrienne Voise, Peggy Marks, Linda Reid. Dawn McDonnell, Jackie Mclylil lan, Valorie Krieman, Steph Bialek, Judy Thybony. Third Roar: Chris Haskins. Sharon Martin, Valerie Voise, Kim Quackenbush. Nancy Zalud, Penny Meyers, Marianne Brown, Sue Holste, Donna Hlinters. Cindy Miller, Pat Cushing, Sue Crashorn, Fourth Rout: Sue Carr, Sue Hubbard, Marilyn Meyer, Carolyn Dalley. Ellen Brogdon, Jan Cics, Jan Jones, Mary Tierney, Cindy Jolmson, Paula Schomburg, Melanie Stauder, Robin Curtin, Sue Koch, Celeste XVroblewski. French and German are Basic Languages For better understanding of the French language, the Frenrh club viewed interesting and informative French liilms and acted out various French plays this year. Guest speakers discussed their recent trips to France and showed slides illustrating the French ways of life. The Pan-Language Banquet was a very important event. The club members planned and presented a skit at the annual banquet. Club officers were Pat Rogers, presidentg Sharon Dillon, rice-president: Debbie Zonsius, secretary: and Linda Heffernan. treasurer. The two sponsors of the club were Mrs. Foreman and Mr. Nielsen. German Club took part in many activities during the past year. The elnb took a lield trip to see two German lihns in Chicago to start oll' the year's at'- tivities and continued seeing Films and slides at their meetings. A time consuming project lor German club was planning a skit for this year's Pan-Language Banquet. The singing ol' German Christmas carols was the highlight of the clubls Christmas party. The club's leaders were Lyn Stevens, president, Susan Woods, vice-presidentg and Susan YVellhausen, secre- tary-treasurer. The German teacher who sponsored German club this year and assisted in the planning of the organizatiotrs activities was Mr. Gellert. 56 GERMAN CLUB Ifronl Row: Debbie Stefan, Kathy Braun, Doreen Jokiel, Betty Shubeck, Sue Frank. Second Row: Orchard Battistoni, Barb Pautz, Christopher Brand, Cathy Ploetz, Dave Palma- tier. Joyce XVendorf. Tltirrl Row: Sue O'Dor, Kim Quacken- bush, Judy Mandolini, Jan Cies, Sue Xtloods, Kristi Bonfi- mino, Sue XVellhattson. LATIN CLUB Ifrfnit Row: Kathy Lantlwehr, Dana Laurin, Chris libert, Christie Laurin, Linda Martin, Alice Stigger. Marjorie Bowen. Kerry Knox. Sm-mul Row: Mary Fischer, Glen 1-Inloe, Betky Crahatn. Pain Martin, Bob Johnson, Joan Carlson. Nancy Burget. -ludy Hillert. Carolyn Dobbins, Carol Spoiner. Tlzirfl Row: Dana Corhnan, Lynn Peterson. Judy Mandolini, Sue Confett. Pant xlohnson, Penny Meyers, Linda Burr, Gary Ulheeler, Mania liotlenstedt, Nancy llpsky. Doris Dearen. Russian and Latin Clubs Get Acquainted RUSSIAN CLUB lfron! Row: Mr. Babris, Debbie Hugill. Dianne Banko, Mary XYeayer, Pain Rithey, Susan XVOjtkiewiel. Second Row: Jan Cies, Fred Korndorl, Carol Olson, Bill Stelling, Barb Xllil- liatns, Tllird Row: Liz Zileu, Nancy Christopherson, Janet Dannn. Cathy Christopherson, Joanne Kieca, -lan Brewer. lillen Olsen. Two ol' our foreign language ttlubs, Russian Club and l.atin Club participated in inany activities this year. lioth clubs olfered membership to any student who was interested in learning more about the past, present, and future ol' Russia and ancient Rome. ln the spring they both participated in the annual Pan-Language banquet. Russian Club, sponsored by Nlr. Babris and head- ed by lfred Korndorl' president: Bob Stigger rive- president: and secretary Fllen Olsen. visited other high sthools in District ZH in order to observe their elasses and respertire clubs. They also attended Russian concerts, operas, and inories in Chicago. Latin Club, headed by Nlr. Siewert, took part in several trips this year. On October Sth, several mem- bers ol' the club went to Ottawa to attend the annual Illinois Slate .lunior Classical League Convention. Carol SPOIIICII president ol the club, served as second presidtnt ol' Classical l.eague lor lfltili. The other ol'lit'ers of the elub are -Iudy Nlandolini. secretary: and Nlary Fisher, treasurer. Onfe again they participated in the annual Latin Distrirt Playday. This winter they also attended a play in Chicago. Latin Club has also t'onsidert'd sending a student and a sponsor to the National -lunior Classileal League Convention whirh is being held in Arizona during the early part ol Attgttst. For this year's Pan-Language ban- quet l.atin Club presented a skit which was written by Mr. Siewert. Members put on a fashion show. 57 HEIGHTS STAFF Ifrrmf IM111: Limlzt Dix, Linda fIz1r1so11. A1111 CUL1l'H0yL'1'. Johnson, John Ploctz, Kristi Schwunk, Mary Barb OISOII. K:11'c11 xlJIl'kSLl'OIH. l':1L Kamp, Cathy Bulnc. Srmrlfl Row: Fozzftlz 160111: Pr-1111y AIt'y0I'S, Sully' l"11llC'1', RIHTY DOIIII Rossi. Vlulit- No11':1t'k, slllll Geyer. Sully Sl1z1n11r111. .Izm Hilgcufeld, Catil P11111 Bowcn, Al0IliC2l Hoggny, Cztmlyn Dullcy. Holli11gCr, -Indy AIlll1d0lilli. Tlzinl Row: Barb Broscovak, Pam Staff Works Toward Greater Heights Stmim' Ii111I1 I51'osm1'z1k, this yL'2lI'.S Heights t-clitrrr, und IICI' zmixtnllt Plllll -IoI111s011, co11s11It over clipbo:11rd and d111r1111y. 58 Sports Editor john Ploctz takes a 1ve1l-desQrvc'd break f1'0111 1110 fast Zlllll Ivlll'i0l1S pure hr' sets for thc Il2ll'Ll'XY0l'killg stuff. 1 1 Memories of 766-'6 liach year it is the responsibility ol' the lfleighls staff to organize into one book the year's events. This is a pertnanent record for ,-Xrlitigtotrs students and teachers and the whole cotutnunity. During sixth hour every day in room IOS, there was a scene of busy work and hectie activity. There was not an idle moment for the staff or for their capable ad- visor, Mr. Robert Boesel. Barb llroscovak served as liditor-in-Chief, Pain -Iohnson as Assistant Fditor, plus .lohn Ploetz as Sports liditor. During' the sunr- nier they inet to begin the work on the yearbook. First the 'fdunnnyf' had to be set up. Decisions, then. had to be tuade as to how the pictures and copies would be arranged on the pages and when certain club pictures and incidentals would be taken. The remaining positions on the staff were filled by the twenty-three sophomores, juniors, and sen- iors. These students, who were Chosen after apply- ing in the spring, did the many assignments handed out to them by the three different editors. Much had to be done. Idents had to be taken, indexing and alphabetizing had to be done, copies, captions. and heads had to be written and counted, and er- rands had to be run. Their job also included prompt- ing sales to the students. faculty. and different near- by offices. Spending innuinerable hours after school and during the sixth hour. the staff worked indus- triouslyf througltout the year to nieet its deadlines. -lui iiors Cathy Rube, Linda Carlson. and Carolyn Dallex browse througli past yearbooks during some leisure tintt . X ,4 . . gc? 4, . W? XX'orkinq at the nexer-ceasing task. Gail llollinqer. Penny' l-illllil Dix Sl10WS .lH11 GCYCIY A1111 C01l1'110YC'13 Cll11lY Cl'ilCl Meyers and Judy Mandolini Jllletupt to alphabetile the indef. flmlr- l111ll C4'l"'ll"l Dilllcl' 5' li'l'Um in im "lil llCl!lll5 lselll 59 J' J x"f 7-sy CARDINAL STAFF lfronl Roni: Paula Alt-xmnlcr, jan Bnrgcrt, Snc Vogelcr, Shel- ry Mzilrolinsmi. Lynn Lzirson. Follrlfl Row: John Simmons, Icy Iillllllifflll.SUCUHll1If0TL'I IiyllllPClC1'SOl1.P2llEl1I'igilI.BIll'iJ Peggy Kerr, Iohn Hart, Larry Dzllc. Scott Pickard, john illllllilll, Louise Cmnqnist, Terry Malone. Tlzfrfl Row: Linda Lzingliout, Gziiy Meyers. llclll -1'11111 1, 'lc 1'1' y O'R crlxl' kc, Alolin lic-hc, Linda Alzirocki, Lar- Cardina! Keeps Arlington Up To Date CARDINAL EDITORS Snnrfrl: Linda Heffernan, Nancy Bukowski, Rob Kurrzisch, Shelley Hznnilton, Bunny Berngen. SH171III.77gZ Larry Malcolm- i son, Terry Malone, Mzinrccn Sllziughncssy. nv ' gssji L ff? f Q' 9' if iy t , me 'iw wiv L' xi tfgslflriig f ify I, E FY .N ,,., - ew Q' ' :rw s -- ' 'S-JM-5 .. ... ,-f..aau lim king np Iimn next 1nontli's laiy-oul, flrlrzlimzl liditor-in- EQ J Cliicl john Sinnnons plans 1Xrlington's next stliool nuwspziper. xx ,X 1 xg, L-1 C. Y X A X '57 xx' 60 Working Hard To Prepare A New Edition The Cardinal, Arlington High School's newspaper, was put Ollt every other week throughout the school year by its efficient staff. This year the Cardinal staff was divided somewhat differently as far as the journalism classes were concerned. Of all the students in llournalisni one were reporters and those in journalism two were editors. The Cardinal staff seenied to be quite happy with the way their new systein functioned this year. The sponsor of this year's Carclizml is Mrs. Suzanne Tedell and she is backed up by twelve conscientious staff inempers. The editor-in-chief is john Sinnnons, co-feature editors are Rob Kurrasch and Terry Ma- lone, news editor is Linda Heffernan, and the as- sistant news editor is Nancy Bukowski. The energe- tic sports editor is Larry Kfalcohnson and his assist- ant is Ron Horcher. Larry Dale is responsible for the photography and Maureen Shaughnessy is the car- toonist. The business manager is Bunny Berngen and the circulation manager is Kiln Markshausen. Last, but not least, is Shelley Hamilton who is the highlights co-ordinator for this year's Cardinal staff. This year's Carcliiials success was not only due to its efficient and energetic staff, but the Cardinal also added the Roto Scholastic to each issue this year. Two ffllflffllllf staff members listen to their advisor Mrs. Tedell, as she tells the fundamentals of better journalism. Thonras lX'alsh and Terry O Rourke concentrate on the next edition of the fflllilflillllf, striving to meet their deadlines. Mike Grant and Mike Peck, two reporters for the Carzlinnl talk over the ingredients of a feature for the coming edition. 61 'vai Nl' ' is ,445 up ef if 9 1 -- - . . ,,x' 1 '1 1 YQX . INDIVIDUAL SPEECH I"1'onf Ilozvz Miss liilllllllf. Stew f.l1ll'ii, l':1tritiz1 Rogers. l'11t Lil Zilen, Nancy Ilzirris, E1neryPeek, Janet SygYl1llOl'. Fourth Smith, Lowell Clllristyi Srfroml Row: Mr. llIlYL'llS, Doris lJe:11'- 130111: Alelf lfriirlielcl, Curt XYilSOll. Dick Heike, Bill Hazen, e11. Xl2lllliCL'll fllllllllllglllllll, Clincly .L Qlohnson, rlltllll Devilie, Dave l,IllIHCIlCI', Linclzi Rogers, Lllllfll Hilton. lieth .XltlJ0llZllLl, Sue Johnson. Third Row: Bill McGrath, Cards Contribute Speeches And erviees LIBRARY ASSISTANTS Ifionf lime: Susan lYo,itkiewit1, cililllllt' lkfillllllillltilil, ixllll'-i0I'iL Bowen. SUVUIIII Ruin: .loyte Szttlowski, Sherri Cook, Betty Shuheck, Iiztthy Strohen. 'l'l1i1'rI 160111: RIeritlitl1 llziinilton, Rirlizirtl Ruth, Sue Saxton. Fourtlz Row: Ruth fi1ll3ll'I', Marv Simpson, glenn Burkitt, llunet Lunkos. I 62 Students from all four classes pftrtieipzttecl in ln- clivicl11:1l Speech Events, t'O2lC'llCCl hy Miss Knznizlr nncl Mr. Havens. Members worked at self-governed pziees to ael1ieve tl1eir goals in pa1rtie11lz1r 2ll'CllS of speech. liucli student zittencling ll to11rnz1n1ent par- ticipated i11 his chosen category: serious or COIl1CCly pl:1y reading. tJ1'ZlIOl'lK'1il l'li'L'lillllZlIlUll, radio speak- ing, poetry or prose reacling. original nionologue, ztncl CXICINIXDIYIITCOIIS speaking, original oration, :mil 2liillCl'-Clll1llCI' speaking. Menibers won N.F.l,. poi11ts :intl gained recognition for Arlington hy placing seeoncl i11 the district contest 11t XV2lllliCg2lll. l'll'0ll1 tl1is six stnclents ziclvznieecl to the seetionzil contest. llunior Glenn Mitchell 2iClY2lllCC'Cl to the stz1te l-iH2llS in l1is spec'i:1lity-original orzition. l.ihr:1ry 2lSSlSf2lIllS were an integral part of the l,liJI'2l1'y stall. They eoiitrihutecl their services by taking t'il2ll'gC ol' the Illlllll desk zincl the magazine rooni. Clheeking out hooks, ciolleeting fines. and IIS- sisting inquiring stnclents were some ol' tl1e duties that they lDCl'ii0l'IIlCCl. They gziinecl experienee in working witl1 people 11s well as Il llSC'l'lll knowledge ol' tl1e lihrz1ry's lilyfllll. These clecliezitecl zissistzints wuivecl 21 sturly to he zihle to serve the l'z1e11lty and their fellow sehoolnizites. Their tizipnhle zissistzincte freed the lJlISy lilJl'2UillIllS iltllll tl1e siipervisory tasks :intl enabled theni to partake in specialized activities. l Debate Come Through Again Thi Year Resolved: The foreign aid program of the United States should be limited to nonmilitary assistance. This year the Arlington debate team participated in over thirty tournaments. The first major contest was the District 214 tournament. Sixteen schools from the state were present, with Arlington being victorious. XVe then returned to Northern Illinois University to try to keep the title won last year. Arlington entered the Sectional debate tournament, which determined those entering state competition, and the District tournament, which also determined who was eligible to enter the nationals. Arling- ton, debated in Illinois. XVisconsin, and Indiana. This year we have had the largest debate team in the schoo1's history. The varsity debaters were coached by Mr. XVagner. The sub-varsity team was coached by Mrs. I.ebin. Mr. Clark and Mrs. I.ebin led beginning debaters. Secretaries Carol Ilerda, Linda Punch and Linda Ilselding catalogued evidence and ran errands. This year the varsity squad of Karen Richards, Lydia W'ilson, Doug Uselding, Sandy Meinhardt and Pat Cox had an excellent baclagrotmd in the art ol' debate. The majority ot the tea111 attended debate classes at various colleges this past summer. Top awards were attained by each member attending the supplementary classes. Debate teams at Arling- ton had an excellent year for rigorous competition. BEGINNING DEBATE lfronl Row: Tom DeVine, liill Stark, Randy Logston, Pat Smith, Irene l'orow- ski. Susan Xtojtkiewitz. Sl'l'UHI1 Row: .lan Urossnickle. Nlarta Oldenburg, Paula Ramsaier. Karen Hella, Betty Adams, Robin St-ilcr. Maureen Callahan, Dee Staahl. Bill Ross, Pam Sims, Diane Gard- ner. Tltirfl Row: Kim Nlaun. Pam Lind- say. Kim Hodges, Barry Goodman, Dave llllrich. Greg Stump, Bill Murphy, Bob Crockett, Cheryl Stein, Susan Brice. t 237, 2 Q --. y VARSITY and SUB-VARSITY DEBATE Front Row: Mr. IVagner, Doug Uselding, Lydia XVilson. Second How: Calhi Hansen, Sandy llieinhardt, Karen Rich- ard, Carol Herda. Third Row: Terri Thompson, .lelif Fair- field, Craig Howard. Not jzirlztrerl: Pat Cox. 63 RIDING CLUB OFFICERS Front Row: Geri Larsen, Linda Mc,-Xrthur. Srcoml Roni: Celeste Xllroblewski, Mary -Io Thelander. FORTRAN PROGRAMM ERS Senlerlz Bob Johnson, Bonnie Marks. Slrmfling: Tom Staadt, Tom Swegles, Randy Ifoltman, Mr. Gardner. Interests Go From Saddles To Computers Three ol' the various clubs that the Arlington stu- dents may join are Computer Club, Riding Club. and Sociology Club. These clubs usually meet at least once a month during the seventh hour. Riding Club is a newly organized group that is spon- sored by Mrs. llinton. This club is open to all girls who are interested in riding whether they've had ex- perience with horses or not. In the spring and the fall the members ride every week alter school. Dur- ing the winter the meetings are held once a month, Ollicers are elected in the spring of each year and serve the following year, Mary Jo Thelander is this year's president, Computer Club is under the supervision of Mr. Gardner. At the monthly meetings computerism is the topic ol' discussion. Lecturers speak and movies are shown in order lor the members to learn more about this lascinating lield of science. This years president is Tom Staadt. Sociology Club is another organization that is of- lered to Arlington High's students. Its sponsor is Mr. Mueller and the president is Norm Lees, The meetings are usually held on the second Monday of every month. All the members take part in group dis- cussions which deal with current social and racial problems. The club makes extensive use of the au- dio-visual aids which include tapes and lilms deal- ing with these subuiects. Ifield trips to Old Town and Joliet were also some olf the club's activities. 64 SOCIOLOGY CLUB i From Roni: Jan Brewer, Kathy Kaloudi, Amy Matthews, Rhondi Slatter, Marjie Stewart, Lisa Perschhaeher, Gail Vet- ter. Smmnl Row: -lack Kanne, jim Chase, Carol Spomer, Dee Kuntz, Barb Raasch, Louise Granquist, Sue Olipra, Tom Ralp, Paul Abel. Third Row: Pam Alacobs, jean Kolari, Carol Voelker, Jane Nichols, Matti Peyton, Lynanne Fouty, Sue Brooks, Donna Krilcic. Ifourlh Row: Joan Mc.-Xllister, Penny Miller, Nancy Kale, Sue Mitchell, Linda Burr, Kay Haedike, Lonna Linnewek, Sue Khile, Bob Smuda. Fifth Row: Norm Lees, Gary Glaser, Gary Meyers, Maureen O'brien, Kathy Kunkel, Gloria Anderson, Camille Oldenburg, Bob Edgerton, Tom Hyde, jim Coleman. , rlington olunteers Give Helping Hand Teachers from the science department who need assistance can receive help from students called la- boratory aides. These students give up their study halls to perform various duties for the chemistry, physical science, and biology teachers. The duties in- clude making solutions and preparing apparatus. The lab aides also help the teachers by correcting papers and helping with class experiments. The lab aides serve the science teachers while learning about various science fields. YVhen our school nurse, Mrs. Ford, needs students to help her in the health office, she interviews stu- dents who have volunteered their study halls to become nurse's aides. Anyone who is interested in applying Inust have a grade average of C or above. The nurse's aides help to accomplish vari- ous jobs while they are in the health officeg however, if necessary the aides may study. Some of the du- ties ol' the aides are signing in students who come to the office, filing health records, and learning about first aid. XVith the nurse's supervision the nurse's aides are allowed to give first aid care to minor in- juries. The aides also assist with eye examinations. The nurse's aides often discuss health problems and nursing care with the 11t1rse. Of the twelve nurse's aides who offered their services this year, half are very interested in a nursing career upon graduation. LAB AIDES Seated: Karen Kieca, Carol Olson. Standing: John Huter. HEALTH OFFICE GUIDES 'asf-'cfs Front Rout: Lynne King, Kathy Stains, Donna Tuoini, Diana King. Szfcmzd Row: Lin Mitchell, Debbie Kimball, Linda Punch, Mrs. Ford. Not Pil'IZl7'8!lZ Bonnie Clausing, Carol Voelker, Gail Guderly. 65 'Lf-73' CHEMISTRY CLUB Front Row: Bonnie Marks, Frank Lentine, Sandy Meinhardt. john Huter, :Xllan Swaby. Hobbies In Science The Ham Radio Club this year has encountered it- self in many projects. lt had eight 111embers and the President was Bob Kindler. Presiding as Vice-Pres ident was Bob Hill and the Trustee was Mark Keller. Through practice, the club members are expected to learn the Universal Code and the Morse Code. They are taught the basie fundamental techniques of radio transmitting and the responsibilities accom- panying it. The Radio Club helps to promote the amateur radio operator into operating the radio as a hobby. The club has set its goal toward licensing each olf the members and teaching different codes. Their call letters are XVAQFOH and their sponsor for this year was Mr. Post. Trying to develop theories and experiments with chemicals are the main characteristics of Chemistry Club. The elub has helped to encourage more in- terest in experimentation with formulas. Interested students Spellt their time in the lab during eighth hour. Here they can experiment on their created formulas and develop many new theories. Chemistry Club not only helps prepare them for the future but also for schoolwork. Mr. Jones guided this year's members in their experiments in the chemistry labs. 66 r"T Sffroml Row: Doug Uselding, -Ieff Vance, Tom lepkowski, RADIO CLUB Frou! Row: Bob liindler Gary llill. Xl'f'0llI1 Row: Mr. l'ost Gary Daleke, Steve Maruym, Chuck Fischer, Steve Cook. V Life, Rocks nd Star Intrigue Student Astrononiy, Geology, and Biology clubs carried out plans for vzirious projects and field trips. These srienee clubs inerezised tl1e knowledge of its 1116111- bers by offering extra opportunities other than those offered i11 seie11ee classes. Tl1e clubs were ope11 to :ill interested students. .Xstronoiny Club was 511011- sored by Mr. Pinnphrey. Its president, viee-presi- dent :ind seeretziry-trezisurer were Bonnie Marks, 1 Sandy Nieiirhiirdt, and TITIIII Aeeardo respeetively. As- tronoiny Club, having eleve11 ineinbers, built 21 large teleseope for their elulfs use. The Club helped to proinote interest Ill zistronoiny. l In its first year of existenee at Arlington High 1 Sehool was Geology Club. The Club was originally started by Beverly Seng, Steve Selizifersiiinii, and Steve lillSCll. The elub's five II1CIlllJC'l'S planned two field trips to help them study in their field of science. These two trips were to Palos Hills :ind Chieag'o's .'Xm'z1cle111y of Science. This year Biology Club had fifteen nieinbers. Mr. Schontzt sponsored the elub. President was Doug Tlieiman, vice-president was Gary YVheeler, and see- . retary-treasurer was Mary Czillzihun. The elub plan- BIOLOGY CLUB 11ed two field trips to Argon National Lziborrttory and 1"rm1!Rnz1': lxlllll llionipsoii, l'lNl'lyll XYZIQIIUY. Garry XYlIL'K'lL'I'. D1'C5dCl1 Xufilcill' PUWC1' Sfilllflll- Afelllllefs WCYC 2lSli' Scfoml Row: Nancy Iipslay, Kzithy Dolinzijef, Sue Kzist. gd lt, 410 at least one SCR-In-C Pl-Ojcct for the Club. 'Q Af ,. GEOLOGY CLUB ASTRONOMY CLUB Ifmrzt Row: john Sinnnons, Bill XVhitel1c-rid. Snfozizl Row: jf,-Ong Rong Tim Acfm-dn, F1-pink 1,4-ming, Bgnnig Mm-15, blini Csullziglier, lien Newqnist. 'Illini Ruth: Bob Cztllzngher, Mr. Punrphrey. Sewtid Korn: Dave .-Xbt, Satndy Meinlixirdt, Scott Josif. I"ou1'tlz Row: Alini Milne. lluve 1':1li11:itie1'. Chzzrlie John St. Cerniziine, john lluter. Sflllilllfllllllly Dave lfinney. 67 if 3 r r y a W ,N 1 . S li f "' K J Q i ww- . "' E i 1. - V . A , Q. . ' 'f ' 1 5 C' ,ff C ' T er N y f J J- Q. A 'W ' " ' 3.x in 5 new '17 A' r A l my 1 . - ff .ff 4 I M 5 3 .,1' .L 4 r Li OFFICE GUIDES Front Row: Nancy Tubbs. Jan Tubbs. Debby Guy, Stephanie Cheryl Berggren, Bob Hoff, Debbie Turner, Dan Ruff, Bialek, Cathy Ford, Pat Blevins. Szfmnrl Row: Cindy Ewertz, Cindy Klocpfel, Maureen Cunningham. tudent Render Service For Convenience . We ' K iffy 1 355253 AUDIO-VISUAL Front Rowg Mike Kranz, Maenie Ye, Margo XVebb, Mike .lohn DiIllll1lIl,1lil,i1 Liglnnll. Third Row: jerry Hickling, Bob Lyuk. Second Row: Mr. C2lV2ll11lllgil. Dave Crunch, Cary Hill, Kindler, Hob Gorman, Russ Hiller, Ernie Lidge, jack Moeller. 68 Gaining Practical and Bu iness Experience SCHOOL STORE Front Row: Jean Pagliai, Louise Granquist. Scwnrl Roar: Sherri Mead. Have you ever wondered, as you stop by the school store, who is in charge ol' this convenient service? Miss Faulkner of the business education department is the sponsor. Seven girls from the office practice class clerk in the store before and after school and at lunch time. Any profits that the school store makes are used to purchase equipment for the busi- ness education department. The Audio-Visual Club is composed of students who give up their study time to serve the school. Included in their responsibilities are lunch time tapes and all tape recorders' tapes, movie projectors, movies, and record players used as teaching aids. Three girls serve as secretaries to the sponsor, Mr. Cavanangh. The Business Education club, sponsored by Mr. Betterman, meets twice a month to discover and discuss possible future careers in business. The club has a membership of twenty. Another group of students who give up their stu- dy time to serve the school are the office guides in the counseling and attendance offices. They regu- late traffic in the offices and distribute passes to students in study halls. Fach volunteer is inter- viewed by a faculty member of the office involved and each must maintain a certain gradepoint average. ,pu il' csv BUSINESS EDUCATION CLUB Front Row: Dorothy Bakowski, Mrs. Moulton, Nancy Tubbs. Schmidt, Kathy Dauer. Linda Raica, Cathy Baines, Linda Mr. Betternian, Sue Lindsey, Mrs. Faulkner, Jean Pagliai, Laney, Carol Metzel, Kathy Moravek. Vicki Kranz. Second Row: Gloria XVoss, Margo X'Vebb, Bev 69 STAGE CREW CLUB Fran! Row: 111110 Bl:1ke1111111, .11-1111116 .Xl1C1Cl'SOI1, Ann Coiirno- yer, Lynda Norris, P21111 'I'l1o111ps011, .-Xclrienne Voise, ljilllil 1.acker, Li1111a Revelle, Jilll -Iaskula, Hank Henry, Stephani clll11111111lgS. SFFOIIII Rmu: h1111'lIlI1IlC Brown. Valerie Voise, S116 Htthbard, Dave liwart, Steve Busrh, Dave Ross, Teri C11TlI1lllC1', Barb JOl1I1S011, Linda Raina, S116 Carter, Mr. Nie- Time, Work, Skills The I11C1111JC1'S of the Stage Crew Club are t11e peo- ple who have 1vorke11 b6l1i1111 t11e s1'e11es to 1112lliC tl1is ye11r's plays the s111:1'esses they l111ve bee11. Thanks to t11e Stage Crew Cl11h, the 1lra11111ti1's 116part111e11t has literally lit up 1116 sky 111 the Bristol Theatre tl1is year. T11is year's 1tl11b 11as 1f11111'tio11e11 111111611 t11e SIJO1lS01'Sl11P of Mr. Nichols. Its 111C'llllJCl'S have 13011- I1'1lJlllCC1 the labor 1111 props 111111 s1'611ery for tl1e fall, winter, 211111 spring plays: also for the operetta. M11- Ily 111ClI11JC1'S of the tillllj 11161 as a special sixth l1Oll1' class daily to work 1111 stage properties. Tl1is class is k11o1v11 as Play P1'OC1l1t'11011. Rifle 611111315 round of activities started olli with a hang t11is year, The Club 1121S gone shooting alter school tl1is year for pra1:ti1:e. Also they have gone o11 trips to s11oot at live game during the l11111ti11g season. T116 CllllJ,S 11121111 olmuieetives are to perf61't. the 1112l1'1QS111ZlI1S11lP of its 111011111615 and to develop a knowledge of safety when using 1-l1'CZl1'11lS. The spon- sorship of Rifle Club changed 11311115 this year. Vol- utiteering for the job of sponsor was Mr. Beau, 111 early l':1ll tl16 C1l11JiS twe11ty-live 111611113613 elected their v6tera11 l1131'1iSlIlZ111 Roger Kendall as t11e president. 70 11018. Tlzirzl Row: Chris AllllC1'SO1'l, Dianne Banko. Jenger Ililgt-11li1'l1l, Terry Cassidy, Vicki xXllCl', Mary Corwin, ,l1Ol1y Bobka, Diane 1'12ll1SC11, Bobette Clarke. l'a111 Miresse, Cheryl 15e1'gg1'e11, Ray Silliilfili, I.i111l11 I-lolste. N01 pictured: Marty Cook, Keir Berggren. RIFLE CLUB Frou! Row: Greg 513111111613 Roger lic-111la1l, GlCl1I1 Resehke. .S'1'r'rn1r1 Row: Hob Slllillllllfll A11-Il' Sto1k11al1'. Ceorge l,llVltlV1l'S, Nlr. 110311. Tlzirzl Row: Creg 112111111-1', Steve Iiatta. 1110111 Tlillwlllllg, Patrick Blllfllll. Fmzrilz Row: Dick Rutlienberg, Bill Hughes, 5101111 fiklflilllfl, Steve XVi'lll1Ill1SCfl, James XVIIIIHCT. Ififlh Row: Mark lX'l1.GOXk'2lI1, Bob Al11l111so11, '1'i111 Nagel, Mike Sadeeky, Bruce Lefkie, Craig Scofield. Triple WSU nd Key Club Serve Us All 4-1 KEY CLUB Front Row: Mr. Gibson. Dave Kirtlmer, lXeil Suzuki, Mike Paelmo, Greg Yhalfer. Rick 'l'intlall. -latk Kanne, NX'ayne Croc- kett. .lim Sarbaugh, Steve Coy. .blfllllltl Row: Bill Price, Dick Press, .lim Klanos. Bruce Beddinglield, Don Yogeler. -lim Mil- v Triple Arlington's service club for girls, at- traeted its many members lrom all liour classes. It broadened its field of service this year by be- coming a member ol' the Ainerican Red Cross. Par- ticipating students contributed their time and skills to such projects as the making of Christmas stock- ings lor the Cook County Children's Hospital. Tri- ple members gained not recognition, but a very real sense oi' achievement from their tangible con- tributions to the community. Sponsors were Bliss lillingsen and Miss Roberts. Key Club. Arlingtons service club for boys, eom- pleted its lilth year ol' service to the community, the school. and the church. Mernbers eondueted cam- paigns to collect articles. such as books, needed by institutions in the surrounding area. To encourage school spirit. they promoted the games through Col- orlul posters in the halls. Students contacted Church sponsored homes for the aged to learn ol' needs which they could help to supply. Hoping to increase the el'l'ectiveness ol' Key Club. members attended district and state conventions to gather new ideas. Key Clubbers had a break lrom their varied activi- ties at a semi-l'ormal dance in january. Nlr. Gibson and Mr. lfitc-miller led this clubls varied activities. .-J ne. Bob Edgerton. Patil Parrish, Steve Sinclair. Paul Bowen. Tlziwl Roni: John Jarecki, Scott llosif, Dave Fondrie, Rob liurrasch, Ray Peale, Bruce Schott, Patil Predick, Norm Iiees, Jim Coleman, -lim Grafeu. fu TRIPLE "S" OFFICERS lfront Rare: Carol Spomer. Pat Mercer. .S'r'fm1,11 Rom: Julie Newark, Monica Hoggay, Nancy Givens. 71 ART CLUB Front Roth: Jenny lValter, Jeanne Anderson, Anne Frisbie. Sue johnson, Mr. Monnett, Mr. Miehaelis, Paula Alexander, Cindy Benoit, Karen Lebbiu, Debby Hoban. Sefoml Row: Orchard Battistoni, Sue Brooks, Donna Dolan. Nanry Cra- how, Nancy Burget, Cary Drake, Linda Jaroclai, Sue Corbett. Create And Cure This year, Arlingtons Health Careers Club was very busy. Their purpose, "to aequaint students with various fields in the medical profession," was definitely fulfilled. Among their many field trips was a visit to a drug laboratory, a tour of the new St. Alexius Hospital in Elk Grove, and the singing of Christmas songs at Northwest Community llos- pital. The 1ne111bers also saw several films on Nurs- ing lidueations. A speaker from the Chicago Career :Xeadetny gave an interesting talk on Medical Assist- ants. Health Careers Club was led by Head Chairman. Christine Kelhiz lfinanre Chairman. Debbie Turner: Program Chairman, Nancy Niteh: and Kathy Stains, Recording Chairman. Nurse Ford was their advisor. Members ol' Art Club again had a sut'c'essl'ul Black and YVhite Show in the fall. ln order to gain entry into the club, new members had to submit three works to this show. These pieces were then judged by advisors, Mr. Miehaelis and Mr. Nlonnet. All win- ning works were put on display. Club members also participated in field trips, ron- eessions, and the printing of Christmas Cards. The elub ollfieers were Sue O'Dor and Sue Brooks. These girls helped plan many of the activities of the Club. '-0 lr. Linda Nielsen, Mary Pat Piper, Sue O'Dor. Third Row: Lin- da Melllhose, Tina Nielsen, Peggy Marks, Val Plant, Anita Huysmans, Cindy Miller, Joan McAllister, Kathy Brown, Anne Owens, Coral Cazel, Dawn McDonnell, Shirley Owen. HEALTH CAREERS CLUB Front Row: Shawn Page, Linda Kanne, Trudy Lemein. Svc- mul Row: Kathy Stains, Debbie Turner, Sue Sundeen, Nan- cy liurget, Third Row: Mrs. Ford. lionnie Souutag. Chris libert, Nlady Peyton. Chris Carlson. Ifvzzrllt Row: Sue l'Vell- hausen, Diana King, Donna Tuomi. Linda Mitchell, -Ian Ol- son. Fifth Roni: Lynne King. Linda Punch. Candy Kolehler, Sharon Martin. Pat lilll71lilI.YSl.Yll1 Roth: Vicki Kranz, Carole Cotkell. Debbie Kimball, Chris Kelhi, Karen 0'Mera, Nan- tzy Niteh, Sue Niemezyk. Club etivities Prepare For Career Lives ei.,-.s,.w,,f.,,,f. . f- . . . .- HOME ECONOMICS CLUB Frmzl Row: Kathy Moravec, Dorothy Bukowski, Sue Speth- mann, Sue Sundeen, Jan Dale, Sheri Ladd, llleretlith Hamil- ton. Pat Smith. Second Row: Mrs. Barker, Dorothy XVeidner, Cathy Ford, Shirley Owen, .lean Herrmann. Marjorie Bowen, Linda Wiegel, Maureen Fitipatrick, Sue Brandt, Mrs. Kane. Third Row: Sheila Cassidy, Kim Lacker, Dana Lacker, Linda Home Economies Careers Club helped promote a greater appreciation of the home economics field. This club tried to present interesting programs to its members. Various people have come to give a lecture or present a demonstration. A liield trip was also part ol' its activities this year. Besides interest- ing programs, the members of the club have strived for these from which they could learn a lot. Regular meetings were held once a month. .lo Anne -lohnson was president: Susan Raymond, vice-president: Pamela Jacobs, secretaryg and -lean Pagliai, treasurer. The sponsors were Nlrs. Kane and Mrs. llarlaer. Future Teachers ol' .Xmerica was an extremely active organization this year. Field trips were just one phase ol' many projects. During October, live members ol' this cluh attended a lfuture Teacher lVorkshop at Glenbrook. The Circle Campus of the llniversity of Illinois, located in Chicago, and the Chicago Teachers College were visited by the club on Veterans Day. Two representatives were sent to a special education workshop at the campus ol the llniversity of Illinois in Champaign-Urbana. Future Teachers ITICI regularly once a month. The officers were Sandy Corlman, Pat Rogers and Pam Micek. These girls helped plan the activities. Revelle. Sue Heilig, Gloria lVoss. Leslie Lewis, Linda lfluhf rer. linda Frank. Susan Seelenhinder. Fourth Row: Trudy Woss. Pam lambs, l.lIlIlC Lindstrom, Carol Gordon, Barb Callahan. Gloria Anderson, Darlene llOl,llClllJ2lCll, Kathy Kehe, .lo johnson, joy Spies, .lean Pagliai. FUTURE TEACHERS OF AMERICA Front Roar: Barbara Hansen. Cheryl Huster, Peggy Kerr.'St:r- mul Row: Sandy Corfman, Sue Pierre, Kathy Braun, Debbie Husted. Tllirzl Row: Sharon Moore. Pam Miccek, Barb Cal- lahan, Virginia Boyles. Not pictured: janet Sygnator. 73 SKI CLUB lfirxl Note: Stephaui tlununings, Donna liuharitlt. Sue John- son. Io.Xnu Perrin. Geri Larsen, Karen Oldenburg. Kathy Nleliride. Shelley Smith, Pat Hrnby. Sheila llarmon, Rondi Slater. .S'r'f'm11I Row: Pat Barrett, Debhie Heyer, Sara Reys uolds, Neda Kresge, Dianne Christensen, Gail llaetnker, -ludy Nlaierlioefer, Kathy Stains, Rlarybetli Classidv, Randy lfolt, ludi Mrllormitk. 'I'hirrI Row: Linda Olsen, l'at XVallerman Kun Couruover, Dawn Mayer. XVently llagenbaek, Dawn Nell son. Kliekev Cronauer. Diane Shak. Caillvnn Stier, Sue Oli- pra, .lim FitvSimmons. Melanie Maloney. I Skiers Swoop, lide, Soar, nd Tumble An open invitation to skiers and non-skiers to join ski club resulted in a membership of sixty students for the club. There were no requirements necessary lor membership. The elubls purpose was to provide a ehauee lor skiing enthusiasts to get in more skiing and to give others a chance to learn skiing skills. In early -Ianuary thirty-two members of ski club .journeyed to Iron Mountain. Michigan lor two days of skiing at a ski resort. Non-experienced skiers as well as the experienced skiers enjoyed the trip to Iron Mountain and inlormal weekend exeusions when weather permitted. These trips were planned as olten as possible. The enthusiastic skiers parked up their gear on a moments notice whenever eondi- tions were favorable. Area ski resorts were fre- quented by the club and provided convenient slopes for the club members to praetiee their sport. At regularly scheduled meetings skiing movies were shown to illustrate numerous skills. Guest, speakers visited the club and spoke to the members about ski resorts. President, ol' the club was Sara Reynolds and vice-president, was Diane Christiansen. Mr. Gardner enthusiastically served as sponsor of Arlington's ski Club lor the third consecutive year. 74 I-warp ' l Sophomores Pat Kamp, Dawn Nelson, and Pat Hruby enjoy their january Ski Club outing at Pine Mountain, Michigan. PHILOSOPHY CLUB Ifronl Row: Bonnie Marks, June Ulrich, Cheryl Dority. Sammi 180111: Lowell Christy, Mr. Lindner, Dztve Paliiintier. Cure for 21 Sllllllllklllllg game ol' Chess or 21 deep discussion ol' philosophy? Chances are that you don't spend inucli time on either ol' these mind teasers. That is, unless you are ll tnetnber ol' Chess Cl11h or Philosophy Cluh. illlllflllgll pzu'tic'ipz1tion i11 the activities ol these orgzinimtions, tnetnhers are given 21 chance to de- velop methods of thought, meditzttion, reasoning, and strugety while having lun. They leztru tllilf thought is 21 product ol' hahit und how to apply their eon- iured ideas to dil'l'e1'ent situations. Philosophy cluh, under tl1e direetion ol' Mr. Liudner, discussed their ideas not only in light ol' Socratic and Platonic the- ories but also modern day reflections and situations. Chess cluh members apply the methods of strategy and thought that they develop to tl1e maneuvering of the gmne pieces as they attempt to outstnart their opponents in this individuztlistie and competitive gznne. Philosophy nd Chess Promote Thought CHESS CLUB lfronl Roni: Ilztve Pztlnietier, Betty BI'0XYlllllg. Srfmml Row: llohn Sinunons, Fred Korudorli. 75 FRESHMAN GIRLS' CHORUS ."'ir.tl lfnzv: Susan XVajtkiewicz. Sue l.e Van, Iiynn Butler. Debbie Danes, Sharon Smith, Lorie XVenclorf. Sue Seelind- binder. De Lynn XVinkleman. Barb Sesterhenn, Kris Hlalters, Phylis Kirshner. Pat Kane, Donna Bartells, Denise Dearon. Kerry Knox, -Ianet Lense. Srmnrl lima: Laurie I.echeIt, Pal Smith. Sue Kost. Donna Ratcike, Chris Lerchenfelcl. Jody Culberson, Rosalie Keller, Mary Tuomi, Jackie McMillan, .Xndrey Carlson. Ruth Nerlinger, Monica Stansbnry, Leslie Deehring. Melanie Maloney. Dorothy Uleidner, Janet Xv21lLCTS, Margie Nlicrfel, Chris Rzxtcliefk. Tlzfrrl Row: Linda YVal'e, Paula Rznnsaier, Sue Ramsey, Patty Zalnd, Shirley Taillon Linda -johnson, Beverly Clarke. Diane Stahl, Heather Baird Debbie Vogel. Cherie XVestedt, hlill Sehwank, Lynda Uselding Lycia Main, Kathy Dolenajer. Marcia Bodenstedt, Jan Dunn, Monique Smith, Nancy Epsky. Fozlrlli Row: Kathy Johns, Virki Lilliberg, Pam Bigford, Joanne Lalish, Adrienne Voise, Liz Zilen, Karen Kirkland, Barb Petersen, Sue Sundeen, Melinda Flodin, Ann Franzese, Gail Sanrs, Dottie Hauf, Cindy Herrirk, Paula Greeley, Carol Lepkowski, Jan I-Iauptly, Debbie Vanek, .Ian Cochran, Joy Spies. FRESH MAN BOYS' CHORUS Standing: Darryl Rowlander, Randy Logsdon, jim Hxnighey, Richard johnson, Paul Reckwerdt, Dave Stroeder, Don Ra- 76 leike, Mike Mirek, Rex Paryen. Seated: Mr. Pugsley. N01 l'1'cl1m'rI: Tom Bellito. Harmonettes And Revelair Harmonize Under the direction of Mr. XVhite, the Freshman Girls' Chorus was, onee again, one of Arlington's largest music groups. Any freshman girl could be- eome a member. They gave peri'ormant'es at many of the school assemblies and converts. The ehorus was a line preparation for the higher musie groups at Arlington. Besides singing various songs, the girls learned some ol' the theory ol' music. whieh is so very necessary lor any musician. The Freshman Boys' Chorus, while not as large in size, showed great potential. XYearing .-Xrlington's red blazers, these boys performed many times throughout the year. Like the freshman girls, they learned many oli the rules and techniques of music. Mr. Pugsley, their director, has done a fine job with the boys. Many a person has enjoyed the soft sounds of the Harmonetts this year. They have performed at la- dies luneheons, reeitals, the D.A.R. Illinois Conven- tion, the Teacher-Parent Congress, the talent show and many other affairs. Sponsored by Mr. XVhite, the group consists of five seniors and eight juniors, each a talent in his OYV11 right. Chosen on tl1e basis of poise, personality, and of competent musical ability, the Reyelaires have be' ,come a well established name at Arlington. These ten boys were under the direetion of Mr. Boyd VVhite. REVELAIRES Ifrmit Row: Mike Moses, John Nurenburg, Paul Klinkey, Tim Cigler, Sharon Dillon. Swconzl Row: Clark Sims, Bill Hazen, Bill Stelling, Keith Hurley, lien Berggren, Dave Pal- meuer. .i HARMONETTES 4 V Sandy Ohman, Kathy Landwehr, Pam lfruehliug, Sue Heilig, Nancy Douglas, Linda Hefferman, Bonnie Briscoe, Lynda Norris, Linda Malmquist, Debbie Zon- sious, Lynn Carson, Carolyn Dobbins, Laura Hilton. 77 X L 1 A - , J. .1': rj- .i SENIOR CHOIR I"ir.i'l Rum: Marry XVeltou, Linue Liuclstrom, Carncly Lulirsen. llairris. Ann Splittorlli, Cheryl Bokelinann, Susain COIIICIL. Daive -lainie Oesnnnnn, Doris Deziren, Diaine Smith, Bonnie Burnett, Pailuialtier. Cllairk Sims, .Iohn l-11'icksou, Mike Moses, Bill Stel- ,lain O'Neil, Bonnie Jo Angus, Sue Nieniczyk, filllltly Gerls, ling. Slew Clairk, Martin Stzihl, Alohn Sedor, Sue XYOotl, l.yn lllhitiug. Sharron Dillon, Nlairtliai Cook, Cindy A. blohn- Nanny Tlioiupsrni, l'auilar Sclioinliurg, Annette Harney, Pail mon, Peggy Marks. Terry Marlene, Nauicy llminpson. Bairb Reiner. Joyce XVCntlorf, Nanny Givens. 170147111 Roni: Karen -lohnson, Linclar Olsen, Salntly Stone. Srcrnzfl Roni: Debbie Riclrairals, Debbie lluwkins, Lintlat lireeinain, Cindy johnson, Deehring, Mary Lyn Elliot, Sally Ycaizel, XYeucly Bolduc, Banrb Rolfe, Carrol Mailniquist. Cheryl Dority, Brncl Somers, Susain Mitchell, lainclai Burr, litl Riehairclson, xlell' Brown. -Iohn Brost, lluve Steele, laairry Dzile, aloe XVeiclner, rllllll Dale Bublitz, Toni Ralph, Ken Berggren, Keith Hurley, Bill Cibler. Rick Bloniquist, Terry Gallagher, Paul Iilinkey, Ruse- llauen, lien Bubliu, Sherwell Clancy, liaithy Ilerbst. llutly marry Saiiclikowski. l.oryn Dodge, Robin Curtin, Monica Hogl W'aurcl, Nauicy Zzxlucl, Donna lirilcic, Sue I.eBeuu. Dorotliv gary, Anne -laukmni, Debbie Cairns. lllrupinani. '1'l1ir'rI Rrmf: Maiureen lilamen, Bert Miesse, Naincy l AD ,I 1: 'L' GIRLS' GLEE Ifronl Rout: Eval -lairnhulni. Lynn Kirelroff, Irene Haxugliey, Robin Seiler, Pzuti Pierce, Caithy Clemens, Sue Ilnuf, Mr. Karen l'laiLL, Lisbe Peek, Jani Qlaiskulai. 'learn Milburn, Leeai Pugsley. Till-l'Il Raw: Cheryl Stein, Chris Bishop, llzui Bless, Iioughrain, Shcilal llairinon. Sue DCl1Ob2l. Swrorlfl Row: Kim Marry Tierriey, Alain jouis, Bairb lluliumon, l'1nn Johnson, Hodges, Jann Kingsley, Janne Ostrow, Linclat Keitl, Calil Vogel. Paulette Berg, Vail Voise, P11111 Miresse. 78 Musical En embles Strive For ualit MIXED-CHORUS First Row: Vicki Truax, Sue johnson. Liz Brankoricli, Kathy lVaara, Karen Melleynolds. Sue Smith, Denise Petersen, Pat Hruhy, Dotma Kuharich. Shirley Stein. Swifoiifl Kwai: Carol Lee Herda, Dawn Nelson. Steve Latta, Jeanne Kunkel, Cathy Cihristopherson, Leslie Lewis. Sue Grasllorn, Nancy Jacobs, Laura Steele, Gayle Ness, .lan Finney, Pam Sims, Maryheth Koch. Ginney Hawley, Judy Thyhouy. Third Row: Tom Staadt, Carol Nelson, Donna Xivinters, Karen Markstrom, Cin- Senior Choir consisted olf eighty juniors and sen- iors, who were conducted by Mr. Boyd NVhite. The group was featured at school concerts and assetn- blies, and participated in the District 214 Festival. Senior Choir perlornied lor the State Classical League at the lidgewater Beach Hotel and, also, sent a delegate to the all-state chorus. Mixed Chorus was composed olf sophomores de- siring to gain musical experience. Besides singing in concerts, assemblies, and the District 214 Festi- val, Mixed Chorus helped the music department or- ganize and sell tickets for its concerts. Girls' Glee Club included sophomore, junior, and senior girls. The group sang at concerts and partici- pated in the District 214 Festival this year. Choraliers was a very select group with three voic- es singing each ol' the lour voice parts. The group performed for Homecoming Coronation, the Talent Show, concerts and assemblies. Clhoraliers yoealized several madrigal pieces during the past school year. dy Miller, Aim Zonsius, -lim Schuler, Pat Danna, Vicki Thies- sen, l'at lirhacli, I,iz Galloway, Sandy Hilton, Pat Kainp. Dawn Mayer, Sue Carter. lfoiirlli Row: Dennis Hacker, julie Nowack, John Noerenberg. Sue Swanxey, Bruce Stein, Bar- hara Mendl, Nick Isaacs, Gary Fagerson, Craig Deehring, -lim Larson, Don Vogel, Al Nckay, Sue Kendall, Terry Myer, I.ynn johnson. Roxanna Higdon, janet Damn, Carol Staahl, Mr. Pugsley. CHORALIERS Left to Right: Steve Latta, Terry Malone, Steve Clark, Delm- hie Hawkins, john Sedor, Cheryl Dority, Dave Steele, Sue XVood, Terry Gallagher, Maureen Klaussen, Iohn lirickson, Robin Curtin. A 79 CONCERT B BAND Front limit: XVilly Sherman, Ken Koster, Chris Greg, Linda Vlalker, Lu.-Xnne llnderwoocl, Caroyln XVacaser. Srfconzi Row: Paul Thompson, Nick Hahn, Richard Tchairosky, Dare Ar- In trumental Music GERMAN BAND Firxl Rozvz Debby Yates, Diane Sharp, Barb Schultheis. Sec- ond Row: Sue Holste, Ken Newquist, Ginny Boyles. Thfrrl Row: Dave Finney, -lim Gallagher, Scott Josif. Charlie Sch- laufman. lfotzrllz Row: Bill YX'hitehcacl. Scott Butler, Bob Gallagher, Jim Milne, Jack Nawrot. 80 gus, George Pavolicli, jim Boyeit, Larry Brown. Third Row Greg Small, Date Grant, Tom Scott, Ricliarcl Draws, Du watt. 1115, ,lim XYall 11r-1-, Dick Boyles. In Its Many hases The Instrumental Music Department at Arlington is lead by the conductor, Mr. Schnloyer. The insttu mental department consists of Concert A Band, Con cert B Band, German Band, and Orchestra. The stu dents in the department practice daily for their per lormances. Concert A and 15 Band perform at school con certs during the year. Concert A B and marches and plays at football games here at Arlington. In et ested members oi Concert A Band play at pep 'ts semblies and home basketball games. Concert A Band plays in parades also. German Band is a popular group which entertains at various school activities. This band also plays churcltes and hospitals. Members ol' the German Band wear Gerinan folk costumes. The Orchestra at Arlington performs at school concerts and festivals. Orchestra students also dis play their musical ability at assemblies during Tliatiksgiviiig and Christmas. Music for the school operetta is furnished by the Orchestra each year. This is an important perl'ormanc'e lor the members oi the Orchestra. The Instrumental Music Department is responsi ble for the entertaining of many people again tlns year. XVith the help of Mr. Schmoyer members of thc Instrumental llepztrtment work to perfect talent -,..1--Y ORCHESTRA Ifrorzt Row: Betly lvllllf, Virki Auer, Debbie Hlliiting, Ken Sebesta, Gail Conway, ,Iayne DeVerna, james Sergey, Beverly Seng. .YITUIIIZ Row: Sl1C,X7OgClC1', Laurie Godwin, Jann Holi, Kathy Samson, Namy cill1'l5l.UlJllC1'5Oll, livelyn XX'asner, Cathy Sintoy, Toni Ilerbsl, Judy XVillcox, l'aLLi Cushing. Third Row: Barbara Auge, Tom Fziusi, Sue Oicrre, Rhonda YVood. lfmnlll Rum: liill sVllllCllC2lll, Diane Sharp. Virginia Boylus. Chris Blilllll, Glenn Pierre. Iiijlli Row: Dave Finney, klini Gallagher, Semi Qlmif, ,jim Milne, Ron l,eL'1n'r, Sue NVCllhau- sen, Alice Snigger. Slumling: Sandy Ulnnan, Dl'lllllS lionci- inino, Mr. Sdnnoyer, Bonnie Marks. CONCERT BAND Ifronl Row: Chris Schinipl, Paula l'll5llt'l', Rlioncla xvllllll, Sue Pierre, Barbara Auge, Torn lfaubl, Sandra Ciorfinan, Virginia linyles, Diane Sharp, Doug Chaps, Sue llolnte, cIlll'lCll.l lirowii. Sflllllll Row: Belly .Xclznns. Gail flOl'tlllll'I', Anita Marshall. Cliff Lanier, Mark 1'IOWV1ll'Li. Mike Langlionl, Gail Quain, liarbara Filgzile, xvilyllff Pierre, Rick llahn, Bryan Collins. Debbie Yates, Debbie Alexander, Kini Slieviak, -Indie Aclaiils, Bill XVl1iLel1eacl, Barb Scihullheis. Tliirzl Row: Ron lieeper, Lon Press, Sue U'ellliausen. Alice Sliggcr, Craig Sjogren, Doug Hannnonrl, 'lioin liepknwski. Chris Brand, Craig Lnnglirin, lien NL'WLllllhl, Bob llerht, Greg Nefizger, Glen l'ierre, john Sl, Clerinaine, Mr. Schnioyer. lfmwllz Row: Dare Finney, -jini Gallagher, Tony Pretto, Jim Nlilne, Bob Gallaglier, Tony Prelm, Jiin Milne, Bob Gallagher, Dennis Conrail, john Frieburg, Scott. Buder, vlaek Nawrol, Bob Goebbert. Fifth Row: john Cnnnningn, Bill Ankerbcrg, Rick linehne, Turn Friesbie. Yixllz Row: kliin jolnison, Gene Mor- ris, Mark Hipple, Mike Newlin. Rory Cassidy, Charles Sahlarhnan. No! Piiizzrezlz 'llnn Sullivan. Barb Johnson. 81 X. A .1 Q53 R , . 'wfffkg . V I . 1 K ,L 6 "' W P 'H ,- 52 A 4,3213 'Lau' It in T ' ' xc bg-"1',3Qfq A' 2" Q f . , K D: f-. -f 1 , by Slry 1 K X :Y X V , 36- ,mf 1, f ,Q wk W' 4' wa it AT LETICS I . T g . 2 11 u RUM . A .Wally lmurs of lzarrl work uflrf r svlmul, on wwzkzmrls, and during unru- lions by many rl0dic'r1l4'zl pvuplre ufvrv rvrlllirwl In prutlllre tlw nwnmrulzlr' twuns and lfillllillg rvrords lvhiz-ll Arlinglun fllllS saw this year. ,-llnmsl all lvunzs hurl 1'.u'vpliolu1l SUIISIIIIS during ll yvar whirlz sun' .4rlinglun's lung overdue' mnergenre as a major-.spurt power. ,-1 year IU bv lung rvnzenzbvrvd. 83 VARSITY FOOTBALL First Row: Daw Lockwood, Karl Pingel, Stevc Conley, Kim Mzrrkslizuiiseii, Steve Allen, jim Donclless, .rim Swanely. Brad Somers. .S'r'r'm11l Roni: Cloacli Len Burt, Jan Sarff. Scott Guil- foil. Cary .Xnnun. -lim fi1'2IlCll, Mike xvlllllllll, Bruce XvK'lJl'li, Brad Philo, Connell Al Allen. Tllirrl Row: Ron llorelier, l'anl ll1ll'lSll, Dave Fondrie. Gary Price, 'llO1H Chandler, Cary Coch- ran, Jerry Enright, Neil Zfliflllllllll. Fourth Row: Coach John Bush, Dick lVitc:l1i-r. Ray Pealc: Bob Miller, Mike jones, Michael Pevk, Coach Ted XX'isscn. l"1'j'll1 Row: -john Lister, lllgf., Cary NIC.-Xllistclg mgr., Kc-illr Cllllll'l'SOll. Todd Sonrers, Paul Tolli'lS011, Dan Sellcrk. 'l'erry 'l'zu'gc, ingr., Scott, Paliner, ingr., Couch jim Sheehan. Be t Finish Since 1938 For ur Gridders .XI'llllgl0ll'S All-Conference senior lllllllbflllli Steve Conley Sprints to tackle the rugged Glenbrook sOlIlll UIJIJUIHTIII. 84 fil1LlI'g'iIlg lllfllllgll the Conant line, aenior fullbaek Mink XVadzita struggles io complete those last coveted yards. I Quarterback Steve Allen throws another vital pass over the heads of attacking Knights to keep the Cards rolling along. Arlington's Varsity Football team battled to its best finish in twenty-nine years last fall, ending the season with a 7-0-l mark and sharing the Mid- Suburban League title with Maine West. The Cardi- nals also landed a record nine men on the all-con- ference team. These players were quarterback Steve Allen, also named to several All-State teamsg half- back Steve Conley: split end Dave Lockwood: tackle Kim Markshauseng center Brad Philo: tailback Brad Somersg fullback Mick llladzitag and guard Bruce YVeher, all seniors. Also named was sophomore tack- le Patil Tollelson. Others who contributed greatly to Coach Al Allen's talented squad were seniors Karl Pingel, Ron Horcher, and Jerry Enright. Coach Allen was assisted by Mr. John Bush, end coach: Mr. Len Burt, line coachg and Mr. Jim Shee- han, trainer. Coach Brendan Flynn guided the Jun- ior Varsity eleven to a record of 7-l, and Coach Tom Pitchford's sophomores finished with a perfect S-0-0 standard. The Frosh HA" team had a 4-2-l mark under Mr. Fran Somers, and the "B" team was 6-l. VARSITY l4'00'I'l!ALL SCORES Arlington Barrington ....... Arlington Palatine ........ Arlington Conant ......... Arlington Wheeling: .... Arlington Maine XVest .. .Xrlington Forest View . , Arlington Prospect ,. .. Arlington Glenbrook South IUN IOR VARSITY FOOTBALL Front Row: Gary Kennedy, mgr., Gene Kennedy, Ray Smith. Corky Croarkin, Kelly Reid. Craig Cochran, joe Kolczak. Second Row: Mike Krysh. trainer, john Schultz. Patil Douglas, Brian Marinello, Allan May, Doug Daughtry, Dean Schmel- zer, Denny Meacham, john Benoit, Gary Mc.-Xllister. Third Row: Ken Meyer, mgr., Stan Stanczak, Bob Goebbert, Mike Bellito, Larry lvadzita, Cliff Boehler, Lou Grossi, Keith Cul- bertson, Bryce Knorr, John Vetter. lfozzrlh Row: Coach Flynn, Marc Lenhardt, john Theroux, Briggs Blackburn, Dave McGuffy, Bob Graham, Mark Liddell, Chris Kaucher, Ken Koeneman, Coach Myers. 85 FROSH-SOPH. FOOTBALL l"rm1l Row: Rick Zacharias, mgr., Pat De Juilio, rngr., Dave Arnistrong, Doug Judson, Paul Harth, Gene lVaynian, Doug Stueher. Al Kuhl, HIST., Ron Nelson, ingr. Smvmrl Rum: Alay Harris, lVayne Bartholomew, Al LaLoncl, Jim Bauingartner, Dave 1-lwart, XVill Heinemann, Craig Dechring, Steve Strat- ton, Scott Larson. Third Row: Paul Stevens, Don Bieher, Bob Bright, Greg Smith, Tim Shannon, Dow lVoodzn'd, Dirk Iihlens, Mike Dority, Jim Ulrich. Fourlli Row: Dan Selgrad, john McDonald, Dirk Tralian, X'Valler Bcdnarz, Jim Larson. Charles Dickinson, Steve Wellhausen, Bob Swim. Fifth Rom: Coach Bill Svrlnga, Don Rahlz, Terry lXlIl1'SClllYl2lI'l, Mike Mohr, Richard Hernandez. Scolt Sinlan, Coach Tom Pitclr lord, Coach Bruce Glover. .si-, x.,......-.Xvx2L i FROSH FOOTBALL Front Row: Andy Kehe, John Manos, Dale XVeidner, Craig Rider, Tim Love, Jack Moeller, Dennis Agnes. Jim Johnson, Bob Kwiecnski, Tim Fitzpatrick, Steve Cleary, Rich Stanzack, Don Martel, Dick Bomes. Scconrl Row: Dave Kurrash, Mike llfeber, jim Bokelman, Mike Knack, john Keller, Paul Greene, Gary Bratco, Sam Hfit, Bill Xvitcher, Doug Hochstetl ler, jim Parish, jim Maltman, john Reitmeyer. john Meyer, Mark Musich. Mark Jacoby, Coach Lifshin. Third Row: Dick Rausch, Coach Somers, Rich Rex, Tom Nichols, Tom 86 Anderson, Bill Adams, john Morrow, Brad O'Berry, Rich Delaney, Fred Harth, Todd Shumate, John Curtin, Steve Bakas, Fred Morrison. X'Vess Van Mlinkle, Pete Bukowski. Coach XValthouse. Fourth Row: Terry Pierce, John Tollef- son, Gary Wagner, Mike Newlin, Carl Anderson. Dave Larl son, Tim McGrath, Dennis Boncimino, John Politz, Bill Bergstrom, Craig Moritz, Ken Koster, Tom Vleher, Lee Mc' Arthur, Jim Stipp. Membership in Orc-hesis and the C.R.A. provides girls ol: Arlington lligh with a wide range ol' popu- lar physical activities. Orchesis ollers a rhanee for girls to participate in dance and express themselves in any of its various forms. C.R.A. presents indi- vidual and learn eonlpetition to the sporting' girl with a ehoiee ol' sports lltllll archery to x'oIleyba'l'l. Girls gain llillllllfllllif lo Orehesis by trying' ont in the Spring ol' the year. These girls learn and pract- tiee new dances whirh they perlorin Ill basketball games and in their annual Orehesis show, ,Xuthentie folk dancing. wliich gives the girls more lreedoin ol' expression than eonx'entional danee lorins, high- lighted this years Orchesis activities. Nlenibership to the Girls Recreation .Xssociation is open to all girls at .'Xrlington. This club sponsors eight dillerent sports a year. liy participating in these sports and other activities. suvh as playdays at other schools, the girls aeeinnulale points toward the attainment ol an award. .Xwards are given at the Hlinter Sports Banquet whieh is planned by the board. The board is headed hy Diana King. presi- dentg -lane Olson, vice-president: and Terry Cassidy, secretary. This years sponsors lor G.R..X. are P. E. teaehers, Mrs. Mary Lou Hundt and Miss 'I'hoinpson. Coordinated Activities Y. li is sl S 'Q . g 'f C.R.A. BOARD l'.l'0Ilf Rnrr: Betty Chin, Diana King, .lane Olson. SL'lT07Hi IQUIIT Gail Clordiner, .lane Ulrich, Terry Cassidy, 1.:n1r:l llaranowski. 'lilzirfl lfuzu: Iioryn Dodge, Mary Callahan, Mary Donn Rossi. Xa! llil'fllT6lII Betsy Rossi, Judy XVard. ohieve Agile Cards ORCHESIS Front Row: Kathy Prentiss, Pat Hruby, Betsy Criswell, Shirley Owen, Cindy A. johnson. Pat Strother, Sue DeRosa. Ann Olson. Seton!! Row: Pat Hood, Chris Plodzien, Marv Fischer, Nancy Iirikson, Melissa Ashworth, Bert Nliesse, Liz Syoen, Linne Lindstrom, Dorothy Sehini, Debbie Deehring, fan Weber, Sandy Ornisbee. Third Row: Cindy Miller, Nancy I-Iarri s. Nikki Belzer, jean Kenyon, Barb Callahan, Nancy Grabow, Harb Williams, .Ian Lane, Maureen Klassen, Sue XVood, Gloria Anderson, Mary Barb Olson, Sharon Martin, Diane Hahnfeld. 87 Cardinals Sprint Their Way n To Victory The painful Lension of ar cross-country meet is mirrored in Miles of hzlrcl running produce this expression on Lhe fare the faire of junior Drive Dieters :is he strains io the finish. of Rory Cassidy ns he helps achieve :another school viciory. is A - li - -V A FROSH-SOPH. CROSS-COUNTRY Front Row: Cliff Laufer, John Fans, Rick Pellancl, Ken Ungaro, Jim Hilgenfeld, Gary Prochaskzi, Vince YVeidner, Malcolrnson, Ron Duenn, Charles Schlaufman, Kevin Hayes Torn Devine, Bill Heffernan. Fourth Row: -lim Manos, Ron Second Row: Torn Klingner, Mike Pribilski, Cliff Schultz, Doubek, Al McKay, Bill Price, Robert Baer. Gary Fagerson, Bob Shartle, Tim Furlong, Jim Kolari, Bob Loughmzm, john Terry Kluesing, Dave Marszalek, Mr. Gardner. Kuykendall. Third Row: joe Camp, David Quigley, Tom 88 VA RS-ITY CROSS-COU NTRY Ifrmil Row: Scott Butler, Greg Busch, Byron Collins, Tom Zachwicja, mgr., Rick Saxton, .lim Stuhhs, Rory Cassidy, .lim Swanson, Dave Dicters, Larry Nalcolmson. Semrltl Row: Greg lic-rgstroni, mgr., Coach Samoore. Midwest Champions Share M-SL Crown Arlington's Varsity Cross-Country squad ran for one of its finest records in school history last fall. The harriers compiled a perfect 1240 record in dual meets, and finished the season in a tie with Maine lVest. for the Mid-Suburban League title af- ter finishing second in the conference meet. Arling- ton runners also defeated seventeen other teams to win the Mid-YVest Invitational Cross-Country Meet at Janesville, lVisc'onsin. In the District meet, Cardi- nal harriers narrowly missed an invitation to go to Champaign for the state meet hy finishing third. Only the top two teams were eligible to go down- state. XVinner of the District meet was Evanston, the eventual state champion. Returning as head coach was Mr. llruce Samoore, who in two seasons at Arlington has made his har- riers into a power in state competition. He was again assisted by Mr. John Gardner, who guided the Frosh-Soph squad to a first-division finish. Next year will see the return of five of the top seven runners on this year's squad, who were senior captain Greg Busch, senior Larry Malcohnson, juniors Rory Cassi- dy, Dave Dieters, and Rick Saxton, sophomore Tom "Archway" Swanson, and freshman Scott Butler. 'qigf YY. Cross-Country Captain Greg Busch practices his winning form at Pioneer Park, scene of many of the tearn's practices, 89 W U Club Representing Spirit And Sport UAH CLUB Front Row: John McDonell, jim XVhitnell, Matt Ylleeg, Don Vonlibers, Art llleitlner, Bob Von Boeckmann. Second Row: Bob Hecht, Steve Conley, Lowell Christy, john jareeki, 'lim Donchess, Larry Dale, Ken Kutlsk, Steve Allen. Greg Zach- wieja. Tliinl Row: Kim Markshausen, Greg Busch, Tom Mae- Carthy, Rick Decker, Paul Parish, jim 1-Qsser. Torn Cory, "AU Club, Arlingtorrs most active service organi- zation, was again sponsored this year by Nr, Guy Vena. Club membership is open to boys who have earned a major letter in a varsity sport. Officers ol' Club were Kiln Markshausen, president. Creg Busch, v i c e-p r e s i dent, and Tom MacCarthy, secretary-treasurer. "A" Club again sponsored t-he annual Homecom- ing dance, held on October lst. The Boys' Cym was decorated in a fall motif and featured an orange- and-white canopy. The theme was Hlhllllllllll Noc- turner". Other service projects ol' "A" Club were the buy- ing ol' special items for the athletic department. rnaintenance ol' the Bemidji ball courts, a coke dance sponsored by the club's pledges. and the donation of Easter dinners to needy families in the area. The sale of Cardinal bleacher cushions was a new promi- eet of "A" Club this year. The club also ralfled off the Homecoming football. HA" Cub pledges were again required to submit to the wishes of actives. One pledge commented that "the heat was really on this year." Club again attended several Chicago Black Hawk games. 90 Byron Collins, Cary Armen. Scott Palmer, Dick Johnston, Glen Mitchell. Fourth Roni: -lohn Erickson, Mick lVadzita, Terry Townley, John Schuler, Steve Starck, Dave Lockwood, Ken Newquist, Karl Pingel, Rory Cassidy, Bruce XVeber, -lohn Brost, Brad Somers, Ditk Witcher. . "A" CLUB OFFICERS Seated: Kim Markshauseu, Greg Hirsch. Sltirzfling: Toni Mac- Carthy. CORONETS Front Row: Barb Terhune, Betsy Mirs, Debbie Ormsbee, Nan- ey Lyons, Karen Ellertson, Betty Bliss. Sue Kastning, Candy Ormsbee, Marcia Jacoby, Sammi Rout: Ruth Moulton, Paula Page, Kathy Plessner, Jan Tubbs, Peggy Marks. Maureen Shaugnessy, Dorothy Chapman, Jan Schrank, Donna Kuh- arieh, Jan Jacoby, Pain Pennings, Third Row: Cindy Kar- kula, Lucy Bliss, Kathy Allen, Marty Kort, Deb Harth, Barb Heddeshiemer, Claudia Davis, Pat Reiner, Cindy Benoit. Kathy Dill, Jeanne Kunkel, Ruth Dougan. l"m1rIl1 Row: Val Plant. Dianne Sehriner, Lynn Peterson, June Lucas, Penny Meyers. Liz Hughes, .Xnne Jzukson. Carol Staahl, Cindy Ilwert, Sherwcll Clancy, Pam Larson. Corps Marches With Precision nd Skill "Hip, ho, hut, ho ,... " arronipanied by the steady stamp of sneakers on the gym floor were familiar sounds during Nlrs. l.agerlol"s fourth hour class as the Coronets practiced their drills. Captains Cindy Karkula and Ruth Dougan were responsible for the precision drills of the Corps. The thirty-four girls marched in parades and per- formed at three half-time shows during the loot- ball and basketball seasons. A speeial branch of the Coronets is the Color Guard. Composed of thirteen girls. this group was under the leadership of Debbie Drake. Their drills always concluded home pre-game shows as th e y marched with flags, rifles, and sabers. In the corner of the girls gym was often heard the elunk of a falling baton or the swish ol' pom- poms as the Cardettes prepared their routines. The ten girls, led by Paula Schomburg, preceded the band at the home football games and in parades. All their routines were also seen at half-time shows. CARDETTES Front Row: Carol Dombrowski, Linda Carlson, Ginny Haw- ley. Second Row: Dana Lacker, Janife Pauly, Jan Dunn. Third Row: Karen McReynolds, Sharon Fischer, Linda Free- man, Paula Schomburg. T J 91 Varsity Cagers Win M- L Championship VARSITY BASKETBALL Ifwml Row: Briggs Blackburn. Dong Dnuglnry, Ron Nelson, Allnu May. Srrzmrl Row: Dave Lockwood, Nike Grant, Mick llvillllllil. Chuck Renting. Larry Alf1ll'0lIllS0l'l, Terry Townlcy, All-conference forward Dave Lockwood defends the ball from his anmcker during one of the Cardinals' onslaughts. 92 lim Swarm-lx. 'I'l1irrI lime: Nr. Slueellzm, Steve Allen, Sleve Conley. llllllVcQI'2lCC?l1. .lim Donfliess. Bob Heelxl, floucll Miissen. Senior guard Steve Allen skillfully avoids his opponent as he clribbles down court on his way to another field goal. .Xnother link in the long chain ol' SllCl'CSSlilll sea! sons at Arlington this year was the Varsity Basket- hall team. rated the hes! in sehool history by many long-time observers. .'Xrlington eagers compiled a very impressive 20-4 record, which included a vit" tory over Iilite-liigln' linalist York and winning the consolation bracket at the Kankakee Holiday Tourn- ament. The Cardinals' llhl standard in the Nlid-Snb- nrban League placed them lirst in the eonlerencte. .Xrling'ton's eagers finally hovved to a lirecleup Ant- ioch vlnlm in the Regional linals, missing a chance to Q advance to the iXl'llllg'UJIl Sectional where they would enjoy the llOlllC"l'0lll'l advantage which led them to he nndeleated this year at home. Sparking the squad was All-Staler Steve Xllen, who set a career scoring reeoid over three stasom as a regular. Dave Loekvvood. Terry 'l'ownley, -lim Doneh- ess, and Steve Conley rounded ont the starting live lor this exceptionally vvell-balanced Arlington squad. C4lNl"I'lIil'ISf'l4l lSASKE'l'l!AI.L SCORES A I-linggon ..,,, . ,,,,t ,,,,,, ..,,,,,,,,..,, 7 G Conant . , ., . -14 A,-lingmn , ,Y ,,,,,,. 61 Wheeling .. 59 Arlington . , 90 Palatine ,, 511 Arlington Q 5-l Mzxino VVest . 51 , . , , , , ,vrlin ton ,, ,,,, , 65 Prospect ff 51 Llxciteincnt fills the an' during the Prospect game as 'larry Arrington .,,.. . :ss For-est View 23 , . - V . - r Townley goes up to attempt another shot lor the Cardinals. SXlR'tl:ie"y-- is Blaine VW-st 55 Arlington .,,,. 54 Arlington , 7-1 Prospect , ..,. 47 Arlington .,,,, . 51 Forest View 33 Arlington , 79 Wheeling .... 67 Cardinals Sink 'Em IUNIOR VARSITY BASKETBALL Kneeling: Coach Fran Somers, Simzzling: Keith Culberson, Cary Prire, Greg l,emein, john 'l'ln'roux, l.arry NVadzita, Ray Collins, Doug Somers, llave MmGul'l'ey, Mark Liddell, Craig Cothrgni, Pat Denluilio, mgr, 93 FROSH-SOPH BASKETBALL Ifmzllkow: Mr, l'iul1I'ord, llzivn-Stn-ulc, Dc-am Sclmiclfc-r, Chris Clary Anclcrson, Clizlrlcs Dickclimli, Tim Slizumon, Scoll liutrclmb, llaivc Somers, lim liiIl1ll1Q'2ll'lllL'l'. SI'l'HIlll Row: XV:1lkm-r, Bill Sltjlllllg, Al lfclclmzm, jim lioluri. 'll-l'ry lfurlmig, lin-11 llurgn-iiwli, .lily llzirris, Craig lJQ'C'lll'lllg', i FROSH BASKETBALL lfmul Row: llulc ,lc-nscn, mgr., Bill' llc'flcrn:m, Com- Moral: O'lh:rry, Jim Slipp, -IOllll liuykcmlull, Andy Kcliu. Tllirfl Circg Hurrim. .lim Klzulunzuns, Sami XViI, Cllili' Scliullv. Mark Ifrmf: iluzulu C2ll'lCl', Craig Muuu, Robert Bzrcr, john l'olliL7, -Izuuliy, Dirk liuylcs, mgr. Srzmzcl Ruin: -In-Il' Sdiulzc, Gary livin Koster. linger 1':Ilg'L'llJl'L'lhUll. klulm Kcllc-r, Dau- Larson, Bliilllill, Kon Nlulcnlnisuii, Su-uf lfiwlu-r. lfrwl l-lurlli, Brad Run Doubvk, Cuzuli l,cuIgrcn. SH VARSITY CHEERLEADERS Barb llvensen, Barb Felclnmn, Put Mercer, Sue CllOC.lCl'Ll, Joy l'lI'llNll2l, Lynn Larson. Cheerleaders Spur Teams n To Victor 'QLAI FRESHMAN CHEERLEADERS IUNIOR VARSITY CHEERLEADERS Martin Holley, Gail Collins, Sue llrnskn, l'l1yll lill'fllllt'I'. FVUIII Row: Sandy Simmonds, Kathy RVZIZITLI, lrcne Hzluglley Second Row: Carolyn Allen, Sue -I0llllS0lI, Kris l'iIlgl'llJI'ClSCIl Cathy Rowe, Com Page. 95 9' S' iii? VARSITY WRESTLING Front Row: Greg Smith, Mike Mills. Richard Brex, jay McDonell Jim lVhitnell Ierrv Brask Cnr Proelriskw , , K I 1. , . y . .. Swmirl Row: Dong Daughtry, Mike jones, .Xl McKay, Brad Philo, Ray Smith, Paul Douglas, jeff Damm, Tom MacCar- thy, Ilan Selleek, Scott Butler. Third Row: Coach Myers, Arlingtotrs Wrestlers Pinning an opponent to the mat. all C'OlliiC1'CIlt'C senior Brad Somers show the form which won third place in State meet. 96 Wally Bednarz, Tom Barkulis, Brad Somers, Pat McCoy, Verne Gongol, Clark Sims, Kelley Reid, Dave Bakas, Coach Bush. Alimirzg: Bob Dabbert, Dave Schott, Rich McCoy, ingr.. Bill Drake, mgr. Score On The at As first-year members of the Mid-Suburban Con- Ierenee, Coaeh XVillie Myers's wrestling crew turned in one of its finest seasons ever. In their eonferenee debut, the Arlington matmen finished second. Other team triumphs included the Proviso YVest Quad Championship, The Lake Park Quad Championship, the Palatine tournament championship, the Distriet rhampionship, and a tenth place finish in the State linals. The varsity squad, eoaehed by Mr. Myers, was led by eo-captains Brad Somers and Tom MacCar- thy, Other varsity standonts included Brad Philo, Mike Jones, Clark Sims, Verne Gongol, Kelley Reid, Mike Mills, -lim lVhitnell, jay McDonell, and Gary l'roehaska. Both Mike Jones and Brad Somers ad- vaneed to the State finals. The high point of Brad's season tizune when he placed third in Champaign. The junior varsity, sophomore, and freshtnan teams were eoaehed by Mr. -john Bush, Mr. Bruee Clover and Mr. Bill Svrluga. Valuable men on the squad were Gerry Brosk, Tom Barkulis, Pat McCoy, and Ray Smith. This year's sophomore grapplers gained third place in the Mid-Suburban. Standouts on the team were Denny Meacham, Noel Bauler. and Doug Thieman. Freshmen ended the season as M-Sl, champions. Wrestler Turn In A Sparkling Season ,,..g ...........-.M-1. Striving for Z1 win during his nmtch zigziinst Clonzint, senior Mike jones is in il rencly position to try to pin his opponent. All'Conl'erence senior Brad Philo seems to lie in complete montrol :is he puts his opponent in Il firm guilloline hold. FROSH-SOPH AND FROSH WRESTLING Ifrzml Row: Mark Musieh, Tim lficliler, 'liualcl Shnnnile, Don Stumpf, Mike XVeber, jack Dnlmberi, Tim Love, George -firnsek, Pnul Snntelli, John Mzinos, jeff Boehler, Dennis Agnes, Gary Dzilbke, john Morrow. Secoml Row: 'l'om Schef- fel, Scott McKay, john Reitnieyer, Toni Anderson, :Xl Lalond, Bob Bright, Don Speese, Rich Hernzindez. Chuck Schini, Noel Bziuler, Fred Morenson, Wes Van XVinkle, Ralph Brock, Bill Brecksoine. Tliinl Noni: john Meyer, nrgr., George Dun- ker, Kevin Blziekberg, Nlzilly Beclnnrz, Bryce Knorr, Paul Stevens, Jim Ulrich, Denny Bleairlnnn, Dong 'l'hiem:m, Doug l-loehsietler, Warren Rudy, Todd Opclzi, Pele Bukowski. Ifunrlh Row: 'fini Furlong, xngr., ,john Cunnnings, Coach Svrlugn, Cozith Glover, Rirlinrtl Wells, Andy Locken, Dave Biwer, Curl Anderson, Mike Newlin, Bob NVeber. 97 , G mnasts Swing From ictor To Victor VARSITY GYMNASTICS Front Row: Bob lillSl1'llllLl, Gary Drake, Don Vonlflbers, Neil Gerry XVithey, Kevin Linclsen, Curt Haines, Conch Hlalt- Sumial, Jim Broussenu, Richard Carlson, Nlfziyiic Crock- house, Nick Isaacs, Terry Haines, Hunk Taylor, Jack Finch. ett, Doug Atkins, Rick Atwater. .S'ez'om1 Row: Art XVeidncr, Iuinping into the air and preparing xi scat drop, senior Rick Atwater wishes he had some ol' tlnn "Greasy Kicl's Stuff." U8 Senior gyIIlll21SI Donald Von llbers "swings" through his rou- tine on the parallel bars, displaying excellent coordination. Senior gyninast ,Xrt xkll'lilllL'li uses his many skills and line lethnitlues as he does an hon truss at a gynlnastitis meet. Gyrating G mnasts Arlingtoirs Varsity gymnastics squad stepped out of the limelight this past year as lar as state and distriet ehatnpionships went. but Goaeh Toni NValthouse was busy building a team of future chain- pions. With seniors Hank Taylor on the side horse. .Xrt XVeidner in the all-around competition, Rick Atwater handling the trampoline and tumbling ehores, and Don Von libers on the parallel bars, along with some outstanding' work by some underelassmen, the Cards managed to linish their new Mid-Suburban League schedule in seeond place with only one loss, a six-point decision at the hands ol' the P r os p e et Knights. In the lforest View Meet, Arlington finished third in the competition, with 48-l, f"' 3 points, less than two points away from the ehznnps. ,-Xrlington's only District ehainp was Taylor, who took the side horse erent. In the State tneet, the Cards found themselves in trouble due to a laek of linaleround qualifiers. Arlings tion's entire score, 5-1X2 points, was earned by soph- oniore standout Terry Haines who managed to take a fifth on the tranip to land the Cards nineteenth. FROSH-SOPH GYMNASTICS Itronl Row: Mark Larson. Don lillis. Dave Spink, Brian Pascale. Mike Isaats, Kim Moore. Steve Vonlibers, Denis Lindsey, Bob Hollenbaeh, lYayne Pierre. Gary Bialkowski. Sworzil lime: Iohn Boylan, lolin ,-Xhntlale. Pat lirousseau, I,arry Danbe, ,Glenn Tlflllkfg, Brad Prothaska, Craig Sjo- gren, Dave Strotler. Toni Kennedy. Bill Hayn. .Iohn Frieburg, uigr. 'l'ln'r11 Row: Greg Wfallner, Lance Boyett, Glen Engelk- ing, lSrtu'e Mechling, Bob Marshall. Pete Bleu. Larry Larson, Ron Alones. George Creswell, Glenn Pierre, Rick Clarbour, Bob Gleiclnnan, Coach Hkiltliouse. 99 F rogmen Left Competition In Their Wake VARSITY SWIMMING Ifronl Row: -lim Pump, mgr.. Scott Gnilfoil. l.owell Christy. Nlohn Erickson. Semml Row: Bob Miller, 'l'ony Pretto, Scott Qlosil, .lohn Selluler, Aloltn lVestwood, Toni Cztllzthztn. Third 'Ilhis yezn"s swim teznn eould boast of Iew success- es in their Iourteen meets, but wats not lurking in incliricluzll talent. Among the vursitv tanknien Iohn lfriekson proved to be tough competition lor his opponents in the breztstroke and individual medley. l.owell Christy reeorded some lfine times in the back- stroke while Seott Guilloil und Dick Robinson dis- played strength in the butterlly and lree-style re- spectively. As for the lfrosh-Soph, Kurt Thomson showed promise in the distance liree-style :ind lresh- inzin lirie Lindbzul exhibited ll strong bzuikstroke. Clozlell -lohn Clzirclner seems to leel that lztek of depth in this yez1r's teznn wus the inztin contributing luetor to the senson's disappointinents. Despite the lztet than the IEIIIIQIIICII prztetiee fire nights 21 week :it the Saint Visitor pool :ind possess some very eupztble swinnners, sueeess rnrely dztwns. Their ellort :ind t'IIllIllSlllSIIl, however, ezinnot be stifled. Although this yezn"s teznn standing' did not eomf plitnent the ellorts ol our swinnners, school records were broken. Among these were the medley relay event and the one-hundred yztrd butterfly event. 100 Row: Coach Iolin Gardner, lim Surbaiugh, john Stull, Greg I Neltvger. Ditk lYiteher, kIi1n'Philo, Rzty Ienle, Dt-:in blolui- son, Klhurlie Linsey. Gliding through the water, eo-eztptziin Lowell Christy wurins up lor ztn attempt to lower his bruikstroke tnne. Slipping through the wzitcr, john lirickson displays thc Senior Scott Guilfoil springs from thc starting block and form that has made hirn 21 standout in thc brcziststrokc. cllvcs in :ls he practices starting in thc butterfly cvent. Cardinal Tankers Swim Past ld Records FROSH-SOPH SWIMMING Fronl Row: Dick Ruthcnburg, mgr., David Argust, mgr. Third Row: Conch john Gardner. Rich Lighthnll. Miko Second Row: Alan Townsend, Dave Kurrzisch, Larry Patter- XV:ilsh. Bill XVitchcr, jim Hilgenfcld, Kevin Broderick, Bob son, Gary Strock, john Curtain, Doug Judson, Greg Duff. Shartlc, Erick Lindlzlad, Kurt Thomson. 101 VARSITY TRACK lfronl Row: Mart: Lenhartlt, Neil Suzuki, Jack Kanue, Jim Kussow, Larry Malcolmson, Dave Dieters, Bob Edgerton. Sammi Row: Glenn Mitchell, Mark Liddell, Jim Bergstrom, Vic Soderstrom, Cary Annen, Terry Gallagher, Rory Cassidy, Bob Goebhert, Chris Kaucher. Tlrirrl Row: Coach Myers, Byron Collins, Boh Gmlmni. Dave McGuffey, l,:n'ry Dale, Kim Markshauscn, Greg Zachweija, Tom Hyde, Terry Pitts, Coach Samoore. Cards Hurdle Over Unchallenged Heights His face grim with determination, senior Kim Markshausen prepares to put the shot for a new record during a meet. 102 Putting many long hours of practice to the final test at a track meet, Bob Grahzun skinls over one of the hurdles. l i Senior Greg Zachwieja displays the form that made him the District Discus Champ as he launches another discus. A good practice session never hurts anybody, thinks junior Rory Cassidy, jogging on Arlington's famed "race track." lt' n T Racing To Victory f-in Striding out, Arlington thinclad Larry Malcolmson takes the baton and sprints off the blocks toward a victory. Arlingtoirs varsity track squad entered its 1967 season as a new entry in the Mid-Suburban Con- ference. The Cards welcomed the chance to regain their status in a new conference after finishing their last year in the 1Vest Suburban Conference in last position. The thinclads did find some consola- tion, though, as they finished ninth in the district in 1966. l'nder the veteran direction of head coach Mr. Bruce Sanioore and assistant coaches Mr. Leonard Burt, who handles the weight events, Mr. Hlilliain Myers, whose specialty is the running events, and Mr. Daniel Thyreen, who guides the jumpers, the Cards acquired both the experience and the know- ledge necessary for a winning team. Going into the season the tCElll1,S roster included six returning lettermen in discus-tln'owing Greg Zacliwie-ia, the 1966 district champion in the event. Kim Markshausen, another weightman, and four top runners: Larry Maleolmson, jerry Enright, jack Kanne, and big Jim Donchess. Senior Greg Busch and juniors Dave Dieters and Rory Cassidy, all top Cross Country runners, provid- ed the necessary depth a winning team needs. Arlington's sophomore cindermen also showed pro- mise for the years ahead in this year's competition. 103 sry-. pun 7 VARS-ITY TENNIS Front Row: Matt YVeeg, Bill Von Boeckmann. jim Esser, -Iohn Brost, John llarecki, jim Coleman. Second Row: Ken New- Netmen f'Love" It Arlington's varsity netmen entered the 1967 sea- son with both the spirit. and the experienced per- sonnel to capture the state crown. The Cardinals have always been game for the title and finally won it in 1964. The following year found the Big Red in the runner-up position, losing only to a tough New Trier squad in the finals. ln 1966 the Cardinals won their fourth straight conference crown and qualified four team members for state competition. The year's team, under the veteran direction of Mr. Tom Pitchford. included five returning letter- men. Junior Bill Von Boecknian and seniors .lim Ffsser and john Jarecki returned to their respective first, second, and third singles spots. Esser rounded out the 1966 season by capturing second place honors in the singles division of the rugged W'est Suburban Conference while Jarecki took a third place. Both boys qualified for state competition. Senior john Brost and Junior Matt YfVeeg moved into first doubles competition replacing the invin- cible 1966 pair of Dave Milligan and Brian Burke. Frosh-Sophs were again coached by Bob Knilans. 104 nt? ' ff' -1 M10 'L . . "'I"'- ,gi I A i it i f fliwwn. if A ,A ' A f 1 Bl Y i t is -. the if . 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'Wfil' ' nigga, 1 . ,ff S' 255535531552525552222523 - ,gf QE - f e, - , ' YY , i . ,iih.,, nl, ,..l,,5,,,,,g?3 nag,BE -' n' ge-'g"i'mggf'.22! :E'iiE::QiEn:5,EE223iiii1 ,:., If A I ' ll Il 'I . V ei? ,. 3, " if,-Fiwffffff.-f ifefgfxa-4 fm- it .. hem - 1 .. I .I , 'F' D79 f2'fEi".wfi' L 1, - 2 or U ' I Ti ' ' ' ll 'lf ivaggiiiaffifl Poised for contact, senior co-ea tain im Esser dis laws the The vzursit' doubles LCIHI1 coin osed of 'unior Matt Weeff , , , , P, I , P D' . 5 P , .l , .D winmn form t' :cal with .-Xrlln tons varslt' rztcketeers. and senior ohn Brost tlemonstrntc their rowess in tennis. 8 lP S l P Tennis At Arlington ls A Winning Racket Front Row: Scott Butler, Don Bieber, .lohn Novrenberg, Mike Scott, Larson. Alini lllrifli, -lim Lzxrson, XVnFrc'n johns, Dong Kephart, Paul Stevens. Second Rmu: Bob Crockett, John .lllClSOI1,lllIH Mzinos, Carry Stlmfersmzm, Bob Campbell, Gene Harmon, Bill Stelling, Rick Tinclall, Ken Jorgensen, Dennis XVaiyinan, Conrad, Coach Kniluns. Third Row: Wally Strait, Rob Sciler, An um' Y Y .ngrif 'GQILCVFH M207 5 N If fl ll I J 1 1 A 105 tw ' 9 Senior Smit, l'imkzird pcrfecls his follow-lln'migI1 cluring the Shipping llicv ball Ulll, of n snnd imp lic. junior Doug Chaps mnslzlm Pl'IlCliCC necessary for Zl winning cillflliillll golf Lenin, n'o11cCi1t1':1u-s on Z1 sil,unLi0n :ill too familiar to most golfcrs Cardinal Link men Drive On To ictory lfrnnl Ifmv: Iivviu Broclc-rick. Andy Relic, Mark XX'i11lc1's. Tim Alulm Rrmzuli. Cleary Iimnzirvk, XVOs Vain XYinklc-, Curl XYils01i, Love. Swruml limp: Rinliaird ,'Xrinuur. Iznncs .XIm, 'l'rQzicv lilli- 'liimnzis Swzml, Rich l'wc'lniml:i, ilfmcli lflvnn. ul, Dun Grey, Boi: 'l'orno. kfcrry igZlSil1CiJCII. 'l'l1ir1I llfuruz 1 106 T-f 5- A gb 1 sltt 1 VARSITY GOLF CANDIDATES Front 130111: Scott xY2llXYOl'll1. Bryce li11111'1', Stcvc Coy, -fohu Doug Clutps, jim Ci1':1Cc11, Chris 1311114-11011, Dztvc lfuiulritt, XYcll111:111, Al Curtis. Scrum! lffnv: l'L'1c II:1l111, Bob Stiggcr, Couch ltlyllll. Xthilc hoping for 21 stmvss for thc clIlI'KllIli1lS' golf tcami, SOIDl1Ul1l01'P Chris B11ttc11r,1h works tu pt-rfcct Il lmckswiiig. Sinking That Putt! .X1'li11gto11's Varsity :mtl l'l1'fJSlIASOPll goll' tcz1111s gut fill' to I1 fresh s1z11'1 this your. Not only did H11 H11-11f rlztu lflynu 11-plzttic M12 Stark as t'uz1c'l1, but this wats thcir first yczii' i11 the Nllfl-Sllljllfllilll League CI1111l'c1'- CIICC. Lust YCZIIJS g1'2Iilll1lIitJl1 took 11 heavy toll ul' CXIJl'l'lCllC'CCl gxmllbits. Only one ol' thc lettc1'111c11 1'0- IllI'IIl'Cl 111 thc squad this yczir. Sc'1'c1':1l kiu11i111's whim gziiuccl cxpC1'ic111'cf tl111'i11g l:1st SCZISOII l'Ulll1ClCCl out thc Varsity squztd. 'lihcsc huys were t'llt1Sl'l1 :1l'tc1' sm c1'z1l days ol lJl'2lt'IltiL' mtimls. They stmvt' lm' z1t'1'111'11c'y :uid low s1't11'cs i11 uitclci' to qtiulily IU1' thc ICZIIII. 01110 z1g'z1i11 thc 1'o111'sc 211 Golden .Xfrcs str1'1'L'cl :ls .X1tli11gtu11's limuv t'tllll'SC, Slum' was still lJ111'yi11g' thc' gmtiiid WllCll thc tt-11111 stzutccl their 1Jl'2lt'lit'CS. 'l'hcy p1'z1c'tic'ecl thvii' lL'l'illg' ull. clrivcs, llllil putting i11 lJl'GID?ll'2lll0ll lifll' their l'i1ts1 d11:1l golf 111001. The 111:1i11 aiiihitiuu ol' thc' lTl'USll'S0lJll lC2llll was to p1'epz11'c theiiiselvcs lor l-llIlll'C positirms 011 thc' Varsity squad. They also p1'z1c'1ic'ecl every day :md p:1r1iCipz1t0cl in meets. Tlirougliutit the scnsoii thc' team pf11't,ictipz1tQcl in uiuc dual meets and two i11x'itz1tionz1ls. The districts wc-rc held 111 Chevy Cihztsc Couiitry Club. The 5121111 finzils were held in Clliiltlpillgll ou May 19th 11ud2Oth. IO? VARSITY BASEBALL Front Row: Mike Schoepke, Doug Somers, -john Vetter, Gary McCal1ister, Paul Douglas. Dirk Press, Darrell Kasl, Keith Culberson. Second Row: Briggs Blackburn, Steve Mlhittier, John Schultz, Bill Drake. Bill Clroarkin, l.ou Grossi, Jack Stealing To ietory Arlingtorfs lirst year in the new lNIid-Suburban League marked the second year at the helm for varsity ctoaeh Fran Somers. This year saw an im- provement from the dismal 3-15 record Compiled by last yt-ar's team which placed Arlington last in the Hfesl. Suburban Conference. The Cardinals played fourteen games in the Nlid-Suburban league this year, with several non-conference contests and the District tournament. Top players for this year's squad were senior outfielder Brad Somers, senior infielders Paul Par- ish and Bob Hecht, inlielder-pitcher Ron Horeher and senior pitcher Steve Allen. Several promising juniors also contributed to the team, brightening the future ol' Arlington baseball. Junior varsity baseball was again coached by Mr. Robert Carter. The -IV's continued the winning tradi- tion established by the undefeated 1966 squad. Mr. Guy Vena again served as Frosh-Soph coach, and Freshman teams were coached by Mr. Ray Leafgren. ms Nebel, Bob Miller, Dick TViICi1Cl', Gary Price. Tlzirzl Row: Coach Somers, Steve Allen, Bruce Weber, Dave Lockwood, Dong Fink, Paul Parish, Ron Horcher, Steve XVilliams, Chuck Keating, Brad Somers, Bob Hecht, Coach Carter. Kijf,,,.i,,5?,T 'f fwgt e-we, -,5,,,.,x 3,1 , R D- , . ....,- .. . , 4, , , . ,, ,ft -, .- 2 5 "' H .,,.,,, fwwtffsm-4.i,'t K v ' " ,, 5, -' ' ff f-.,vaWrs4f"' s.2:1e','q,, , .-Mgur, r - .g- W , . .f,.....,.,t. Y-.M-fm, .-Xrlington's varsity second baseman, Paul Parish, reaches in an attempt to make the out, as a Maine foe slides in. Following through, Senior Ron Ilorcher wutclles his base hit bounce into center field before running to first base. lfroin their dugout, sewlull Cards Willfll intently us our varsity baseball luuni swings its wary to another victory. Cards Swing Through nother Big Season FROSH-SOPH. BASEBALL Ifrunt Row: Mark Neumann, Greg Shaffer, Ron Nelson, Rick Roeing, Jeff Smith, jim Bznnngartner, Rick Plcssner, Gzuelle .X1'II1Sll'0I1g. Al Felclnlzln. -SUZUIZKI Row: Rick Buehne, Cary Anderson, ilint liolalri, Jack Dzlbhert, Greg Smith, Bill Wliitelieud, Gary McDougall, Steve Stratton, Dow Mfoodard, 'loin Hlalsh, Dick Hetke, Mike Mohr. Thirrl Row: Glenn Gustitus, Chuck Anger, ilohn MacDonald, Craig Deehring. Rick Trillian, George Creswell, Nlurk AIIICCKHVLIII, Nike Lungliaur. Dave SOIHCT5, Lon Splittorlf, Dean SC'ilI'llCiZC'li, Coach Lifshin. 109 1 1 - u l 4 L r 4 r 1 r Z 1 T I 1 I P Indi idual Y ,. 2 A - 15" 'wi L 'mmm -' A ' Mx F -fb 5 N050 ,'lI'fiIlglUl1 lliglz Sr'l11ml's SIIITPSS flvlwluls l'Ilfil'l'ly' un lhf' imlivirllml. 111- llilfillllllli rllul groups of illlil.L'l'l11llllS un' Ihr' lmilflillg blur-l.4.w of all Ihr' avli- W vilivs rll .'ll'liIl4,'i'IUl1. -I S1lld4'Ill-S iIlIl'I'lIl'fiUl1S 1l'illI nllwr pvuplv lwlp him In llrwrflnp mon' fully us an illllfldlllllll. 'l'lw illllildlllllll slmlvnl is, l1illIS4'lf, rvspollsiblf' fur lha' Slll'l'4"SS or fuifurv of his lwrsnllrll ll'llI'lliIlg f',x'pr'ri1'l11'4'. I rw SENIOR CLASS BOARD Front Row: Diane Stnith, Nady Peyton, Sharon Dillon, Aniy Matthews, Dorothy Chaptnan, Peg Corwin, Sue Heilig. Set'- onzl Row: Paul Bowen, Karen lillertsen, Barb Pautz, Cheryl Bokehnan, Bob Mekling, Bill lilsner, Nancy Bukowski, Ca- inille Oldenburg, Lowell Christy. Tlzirzl Row: Gary Meyers, Jim Sarbaugh, Carol Spomer. .lack lianne, Larry Malcohn- son, Lynn Larson, Debbie Zonsins, Sue l,eBeau, Donna Krilfie. Seniors Conclude Final Year at rlington SENIOR CLASS OFFICERS Sealctlz lint Sarbangh. Sltolding: Paul Bowen, Sue I.eBeau, Carol Spoiuer. 1 I 2 Seniors began their final year at Arlington as fall leaves lell to the ground. This fall, however, was tlillerent lront the years previous lor the Class ol' 'ti7. To the Seniors Homecoming Caine meant prior- ity on the bleachers and a football line up and Ilotne- eotuing Court consisting of their classmates. All were interested in college applications or future vocations. NVinter's arrival meant, plans for the Christnias Ball. llnder the leadership ol' Klint Sarbaugh, Presi- dent: Patil Bowen, Vice-presidentg Terrie Malone, Secretary: and Sue Lelieau, Treasurer: the seniors sponsored "Deep in Deeetnher". The profits were added to the treasury which was used to purchase a gilt presented to the school upon graduation. Springs arrival nteant the tnd ol' high school days. liy this tiute tnost ol' the seniors had plans in tnind lor the lutureg for some they were college and for others either ,jobs or niarriage. Plans lor the tradi- tional Senior Class Party were lorinulaled. The ju' niors sponsored a ineniorahle l'rotn in honor ol' the S. graduates. Sunnner soon eanie and with it, graduation. The seniors had had their last Honteeotning, seen their last games, and attended their last dances as stu- dents oli Arlington High School. The Class of '67 was at the start of something new and challenging. Fourth Row: Richard S. Atwater: Gymnastics 1.2,3,-33 "A" Club 1l,4. Catherinr- L. Baines: G.H.A. 3: Triple "S" 33 Business Edu- cation Club Il.-13 Office Guide 3. David P. Bnkas: lfoothall 1,21 Wrestling 1.2,'l: Slide Rule Club 1: Fortran PIU!-!l'1-IHIIHSFS 3- Panu-la R. linker: Cheerleader 23 Triple "S" 1,23 Class Boarrl 1.2.33 Girls' Leaders 3,4, lfifth Row: Dorothy F. Baknwski: Home lflconoinics Careers Club 2,3,-13 Business Education Club 3,-1: President 4. Laura S. Buru- noxvsklz Triple "S" 1,2.3: G.R.A. 1.2.31 Executive Board 43 Spanish Club President 3: Talent Show -ii Powder Puff Football 3,43 Pan Language Chairman 3: Girls' Leaders 3,-i3 Future Teachers 1.2. 'Thomas G. Burkulis: Football 1,23 NVrestling 1,2,ZZ,-43 Track 23 Sociology Club 4. John A. llaschlc-nhcn: Sociology Club 4: Key Club 4: Intramural Basketball 2,3413 4 senieslor honor pin. Sixth Ilmv: Paulette I.. Bates: Chorus 13 G,R.A, 23 Ski Club 33 Transferred as a senior from Prospect High School, Mt. Prospect. Ill. Rims liaule. William B. Baumgimrtnf-r: Basketball 13 Baseball 1,23 Intramural Basketball 2,3,f1: Band 1,23 Band Librarian II: Sociology Club 43 4 semester honor ping Transferred as a junior from Homewood-Flossmoor High School, Flossmoor, Illinois. Ger- ald E. Bi-bbq-r: VVrestling 1, 2: Baseball 1,2. New-nth Row: Bruce Br-dingfiolcl: Gymnastics 1: Tennis 1, ll: Plays 2.3: Key Club 3,43 Rec, Secretary -1. Dorothy J. lice-ks: G.R,A,: Home Economics Careers Club. lienne-th A. lin-rgirrexi: Cross Coun- try l3 Track lg Revelairs 2.4: Senior Choir 3,41 Stage Crew -l. liunny Berngr-en: Cardinal Zl,1. Business Manager 4: Class Board 1: Triple "S" 1,2,3. -wg., Class of 1967 First Row: Paul l-1. Abel: Sociology Clubg Gold Ki-y for Art, Robert. ll. Abney: Intramural Basketball 1.2,3,-4. Christine M. Aht: Triple "S" 1.3: Socioloily Club: T sernester honor pin. lflilgcln- IV. Aguirre: 'l'r:ick 2.3,-l: Inrluor 'Frank 2.3,-1, Second Row: St:-ve lf. .Uh-n: Football 1,2,3,43 rio-Captain -it Basketball l,2,Jl,4: Baseball l,2,Il,43 "A" Club 2,3,-L3 All-Conference Football 3,43 All-Conf:-rence Basketball 3,-L: All-State Football -i. Nancy A. Altvrgott: Office Guide 2,2l: Health Office Guide 1. fliristcn I'. Anderson: National Thespiains Society: Stage Crew Club. Rviginn Andrews. Third Row: llonnic Jo Angus: Cheerln-arle-r 33 Talent Show -L3 Operetla -l: Triple "S" 4: Board 4: Drama Club 1, 2. Il: Senior Choir 1: Glce Club 1,23 Transferred as a Senior from Mayfield High School, Clt-vt-hind, Ohio. Cary WV. Anncn: Football 1,2.3,-13 Track l,3.3,-13 Basketball 13 VVrvstling 2: "A" Club 3,43 Class liounl -5: Bemidji Ball 4. Marsha J. Anthony: Freshman Girls' Chorus 13 Mixed Chorus 23 Girls' Glee il: lfrcnch Club 3.4. .leffrs-y A. Atkins: Student Count-il 1,43 Class Bnarfl 2.3,-13 Tennis 1,23 Intramurals 1,2,Zl,-L3 Spanish Club 3,13 Ki-y Club 43 Talent. Show 113 7 semester honor pin. 71? M- , :fjf X . f , ,i l 'it- , , : l lfl t l Q, 3 V?- an N- Flfth llmr: Kenneth Bublilz. Janet Ii. Burget: National Thespiaus 2,3,-lg State Music Contest 1,23 Talent Show 2,3: Plays 1,23 Fresh- man Girls' Chorus 13 Mixed Chorus 2: Girls' Glee 3. .lolm IV. Burns. Gregory K. Busch: National Honor Soc-icly 233.41 "A" Club 2,3,fl: Vice-President ii: Cross Country 1,2,Il,43 Track 1,'2.3,4: Russian Club 2,3,-t3 7 semester honor pin: Transferred as a Sophomore from Palatine High School. Palatine, Illinois, Sixth Row: David W. Buslnu-ll: Track: Tennis mgr. 23 Ski Club 3: Cross Country. Robert G, Butcher: Football 1,23 Gymnastics 1,21 Baseball 1,2. Barbara A. Calliuluinz Orchesis Zi,-1: Triple "S" l,2,3,43 Home Economics Club 3,-l: Future Teachers Club 2,3412 Spanish l,2,Ii,43 President 43 Sociology Club 43 Talent Show 3. .hum-s ll. Fnrlsnn: Cross Country 1,25 Wrestling 13 Track 2. Seventh Row: Roger ll. Carroll: Transfer stuili-nt fronr St. Viator High School' AI-Hngwn Hts., Illinois. Murybo-th Cussuly: Talent Show 4: Ski Club 43 Triple "S" 43 A.F.S. 4. .lnnu-5 A. Chase: Baseball 13 Sociology Club 4. Betty Chin: G.R.A. 1,3,'13 Board 4. H4 f""x ffi Seniors First Row: Judith A. Bieber: Home Economies Club 2: Slpanlsh Club 33 Plays 1: Freshman Girls' Chorus l3 7 semester honor pin. l'ntrit-in I. Blevins: G.H.A. Ii: Health tiart-ers Club 1: Triple "S" 1: Latin Club 13 Office Guide 1. llielulrcl I.. lilnniquist: Ilcbate 2,2i,i3 National Forensics l.oai.:ur- 2,Ci,-lg Football mgr. 1: Gymnas- tics 1: Opercttn 3,13 Chess Club 2,-l. Anotluy I.. Boblm: Stage Crew Club: Drama Club: Great Books Club: Philosophy Club: Chorus 1,31 Transferreil as ai Senior from St. Viator's High School, Ar- lington Hts., Ill, Ser-nml Row: Cheryl I.. Ilokelmann: Talent Show 2.3.41 Senior Choir 3,-1: Triple HS" 2,33 G.R.A. 1,21 Freshman Girls' Chorus 13 Mixed Chorus 23 Class Hoawl 3,4: tfhornlicrs 4. Wm-mly S. Boldur: Triple "S" -tp Senior Choir 3,43 French t'lub 4: Talent Show -1: Tutoring -3,43 Art Club 2: 4 semester honor pin: Transit-rred as a Junior from Homewood-Flussmoor High School, Flossmoor, Illinois. Paul BY. Bowen: Class Board l,2,I5,l: Vice-President 4: Student Council -lp Heights Stuff 11 Key Club 2,-13 Talent Show fl: Cross Country 253: Track 1,2,3. Virginia l. Ihryles: Modern Music Mas- ters 2.3.41 State Music Contest 2,3,-l: Concert Banil 1.2,3,43 Music Scholarship 1: Orchestra 2,3,-1: Future Teachers Club Il,-lg Plays 1, Thiril Row: Janet L. Brewer: liussiun Club 31.43 Spanish Club 3,-1: Sociology Club fl: Latin Club 1,2: Latin Honor Award 1.12. Susan IC. Brooks: Art Club Zl,l: Vive-Presiclent -4: Sflciology Club L: l-'ulure Teachers 3: Scholastic Art Awaril Gold Key: Trans- ferrerl :is a Sophomore from Alexander Ramsey High School, St. Pziul, Minnesota. lhmrlmru A. ISrmu'un':lk: Heights 3.1: Heights Edi- trlr-in-Uhief 43 Triple "S" 1,2,1t: G.R.A. 1: Quill unrl Seroll -lt 7 Semester Honor Pin. Paul R. Iirosseil: Basketball 13 Intramurals 2. Ifourlli Kaur: John J. Rrost: Tennis l,2,1i,4: Spanish lflub 1,23 Biology Club 1.2: Mixed Chorus 2: Senior Choir 3,43 Talent Show 1.2: "A" Club '11 Intraxnurals 1,2.3,f1. Lansing J, Brown: Wrest- ling 1.2: Truck 27 John Phillip Sousa Award 1: Band 1,25 Talent Show 13 Key Club t: Spanish tilub 3: Transferred as a Sophomore from North Springs High Sc-hnnl, Sanily Springs, Georgia. Michael A. Brown: Football 1: Swimming 1,2,1i,fl3 "A" Club 3,4. Koh:-rl YV. Brown: -t semester honor pin. Class of 1967 First Row: Nancy Chlnpsaz Freshman Girls' Vhorus 1: Mixed Chorus 21 Senior Choir 3,-1: Triple "S" 1.2.33 Talent Show 2. Susan M. fhosh-ra: Cheerleader 1,2.lS,-1: Secretary 4: National Honor Society 3.4: Studi-nt Council 3.1: Recording Secretary -1: Homecoming Queen: Class Board 3: T Semester Honor Pin. Low:-ll Christy: Student Council Il.-1: Vice-President -1: "A" Club: Class Heard 1.2.3,-ip Individual Speech, Swimming 1.2.1l.fi: Track 1.2, 3,41 Football 1.2: 4 Semester Honor l'in. .lam-I I.. Cin-s: National Henor Society 2.3: National Merit Semi-Firalist 4: French Club 1,2,3,4: G.R,A. 4: Concert Choir 2.3: Newspaper 2,31 Year- book 1,25 T Semester Honor Pin: Transierreil as a Junior. Sei-ond Row: Ste-pin-n l'. Clark: Morning Announcer 1.2.3.-1: Chora- liers Zi,-1: Revelairs 1.2: Operetta 1,25 Individual Speech Events 2.3,-1: National Forensics League 3,-1: President -l: Plays 3,13 National Tnespian Society 3,-1. Thomas ti. Clark. Gary S. t'ovh- ran: Football 1,2,Zi.f1: Basketball 1,2,Z5,-1: Baseball 2,Ii,-ig 'l'i-ack 1: 'l'ransi'erretl as a Si-niur from Lakewood High School. Lakewooil, Colorado. Elizuln-tli ti. Cole: French Club 1.2: Draxnatius 2: Sociology Club -1: 'l'ransferrcd as a Junior from Sacred Heart of Mary High School, Rolling Meadows, Illinois. 'l'hir1I Row: Juni--s ll. C'oIvnuui: Cross Country 1: XVrestling 1.2: Tennis 1,2,3,-1: Sociology Club -1: Key 1'luh 35,-1: Computer Pro- grammer Club 25. Kathi S. Colianni: Triple "S" 1,133 French Club 1,2,3: Li-:xslt-rs' 3: Sociology Club -1: G.R.A. 1. llyron G. follins: All-County Band 1.2: "A" Club: Literary Pin Awaril 1: Current Events Club Contest Award: Annual Band Award: Cross Country SBA: Track 2.3,-1: 7 Semester Honor Pin: Transferred as a Junior from Pearl River High School, Pearl River. New York. Steve C. Conley: Football 1,2,3,-1: All-Conference -1: Basketball 1. 2,8,4: Baseball 1.2: Track 3: "A" Club 2,3,-1. Fourth How: Sandra. J. Corfiuan: Concert Band 2.3,-lg Modern Music Masters 13,41 State Music Contest 2.3,-1: District 1-'estival Band 2,3,'1: Future Teachers of America 3,-1: President 4: Heir-rlits Staff 3: T Semester Honor Pin. Martzart-t A. Corwin: Debate 1.2: National Forensics League 1.2: A.i-IS. Committee -it Student Li- brarian -1: Class Board 1.2.3,-1: 7 Semester Honor Pin, 'Thomas l-'. Cory: National Thesplans Society Zl,l: Baseball L!,3,-1: "A" Club -1: Intramurals 3.-ii Stage Crew Club 2.3,-1. Patricia fox, Fifth Raw: Christy L. Cronin. John M. Frossin, Pr-gary Ann Dugizs: Triple "S" 1: G.H.A. 1: Freshman Girls' Chorus 1: Mix.-ll Chorus 2: Senior Choir 3.4: Talent Show 1,21 Plays B1 Art Club 2. Lawrence P. Duh-: Cardinal 1.2.3.-l: Quill and Scroll -1: Gym- nastics 2.3: Track 2.3: "A" Club 3,-1: Play Casts and Crews 1,2,Zl,4: Senior Choir 3,l: N.F.L. Calender Pliotograililiel' I,2.3,4. Shih Row: Kathleen J. Dau:-r: French Club 1: Business Echlcation Club 3,-1: Home Pleonoinies Careers Club -1: G.R.A. Zi: Biology Club 2: Triple "S" 3,-1. Jary li. Davis: Health l':irl'ers Club 2.31: Sociology Club -1: T Semester Honor Pin. ltit-hard M. llet-in-r: Cross Country 1: Swimming 1,2,3,-1: Baseball 1: "A" Club 3.-1. Deborah J. Dec-hrini.:: Freshman Girls' Chorus 1: Orehesis 2.11.-1: Wardrobe Mistress -1: Senior Uhoir 15,13 Triple "S" 1,21 Tall-nt Show Il,-I: Mixed Chorus 15. si-u-nth Row: ltil-luird lla-ttnuin. In-liora'i l. In-Vault. John Di-- XYHL fzlttyl Dickinson, lI5 Seniors i i First Row: Sharon A. Dillon: National Honor Society 'J,J,,43 Vice- Presltlent 43 Modern Music Masters 2,3,43 President -l: French Club 1,2,3,43 Rcvelalres accompanist 3,43 Senior Choir accom- panist 3,43 Class Board 1l,3,-l: Operetta accompanist 2,3,4g 7 Semester Honor Pin. Timothy Dolan, Carol S. Ilonilrrowsltiz Car- dettes 43 G,R,A. 1,21 Triple "S" 1,21 Health Office Guide 13 Office Guide 2, Jiimes XV. Dondn-ss: Football 1,2,3,43 Basketball 1,2,3,1lg Track 1,33 Baseball 1,23 National llonor Society 2,3,43 "A" Club 3,43 7 Semester Honor Pin. Second Row: Linda Doyle: G.R,A. 13 Health Office Guide 2. Terrence ti. Draut. Nancy J. Drolshuucn: G.R,A. 13 German Club 2,3,43 Art Club 43 Sociology Club -ig Tutor. Jos:-ph A. I-Li-cles. 'l'hlrll Row: Robert YV. Edgerton: Sociology Club 4: Key Club 43 Track 2,3,l3 Cross Country 33 Basketball 1: Intramural Basket- ball 43 Bemidjiball 4, Shari K. Ehlers: G.R.A. 1: Triple "S" 11 French Club 1,23 Debate 3: Sociology Club 4. Diuilol ll. Elenz: National Thespian Society 3,41 Stage Crcw Club 2,3513 Plays 2, 33 Sociology Club 43 Gymnastics 13 Mixed Chorus 2: Frcshman Boys' Chorus 1. William lt. Eisner: Class Board 1,2,3,-l: Student Council 43 Key Club 23 Swimming 2,3,43 Freshman Boys' Chorus 13 Mixed Chorus 23 Senior Choir 3, American Field Service Committee Chairman 4. I-'nurth Row: Jerry Enright: Football 1,2,3,-1: Basketball 1,23 Track 1,2,3,1l3 Student Council 1,23 "A" Club -l: French Club 3.-L: Slide Rule Club 3,43 Computi-r Club 3,43 Transferred as a Junior from Divine Child High School, Niuicy B. Erickson: Orcbesis '.Z,3,f13 Talent Show 3. Linda M. Erkklla. .hum-s K. Esscr: Studcnt Coun- cil lg Tennis 1,2,3,43 Co-Captain A13 Basketball 1,23 "A" Club 4. 116 i I Fifth Row: ,lo A. l4'ar.:i-rson: Student Council 1,2,3,4: Triple "S" 1,2,33 Class Board 2,3,4g N.F,L. Calender Girl, David M. Finney: Concert lizind 1.3,-l: Orchestra 223,43 Marcliing Band 1,3,4: Pep Band 1,Ii,-1: Plays 3,43 Talent Show 4: 'l'ransl'erred as :1 Junior, Mary M. Fisclu-r: Orchi-sis 3,41 Student Council '13 7 Semester Honor Pin: Latin Club 3,-12 Treasurcr 113 National Honor Society 11,43 Talent Show 3,43 Triple "S" 1,3,1i. Maureen S. Fitzpatrick: Home Economics Careers Club 2,3,-ig Triple "S" 23 Sociology Club 45 Riding Club 4. Sixth Row: Randy J. Foltnian: Football 3: Wrestling 33 Ski Club 3,13 Fortran Programmers 43 Plays 43 Slide Rule Clubg Talent Show 5S,4. David C. Fonilriez Key Club 3.43 Football 1,2,3,'1: Stuf di-nt Council A13 Spanish Club 2,31 Golf 1,2,3,4: Basketball 11 7 Semester Honor Pin: VVrcstling 2. Cathy I.. l-'ordz Plays 3,43 Health Careers Club 1,23 'l'i'iple "S" 1,2,3,-i3 G.R.A. 4: Sociology Club 13 Talent Show 43 Home Economics Club 43 Latin Club 1,2, 3,-l. .lui-It C. Foss: Key Club 231.43 Freshman Boys' Chorus 11 Mixed Chorus 23 St-nior Choir 3: Biology Club 19 Tennis 25 Football 1: Slide Rule Club 3. Seventh ltow: Stove W. Franck: Cross Country 1,23 Track 1g Mixed Chorus 2, Findy A, Frnndsvn: Cheerleader 2,33 Class Boardg Triple 1. Rim-lmral W. Fruechtmiirht: Football 13 Wrestling 1,23 Baseball 13 Golf 23 Sociology Club 4: Mixed Chorus 23 Slide Rule Club -l. Pamela L. Fruehlinic: Harmonettes 3,43 Modern Music Masters 2,3,43 Semester Honor Pin3 National Tliespians 3, 45 Talent Show 1,2,3,43 Operetta 2,3,4. VS 495 l:'it'th Row: llnln-rt A. Gross: Gcopzraphy Club 2: Biology Club: Science Club 1: Transfer Student. .Inlnes I-Z. Grossnickla-: S'ociolo- gy Club fi: Math Club 1: Bridge f'lub 1,21 Intramural Basketball 1,3: Golf 1: 7 Semester Honor Pin. .Ion Scott Guilfoilz Football 1.13.-l: Basketball 1.2: Swimming Zi,-1: Baseball 1,2,Il,-I: Student tfouncil 1,2.Il,-tg "A" Club -t. Kathryn A. llnmlikr: Ifrench Club 4: Triple "S" 12: Sociology Club -l. Sixth Row: Diane J. Huhnteld: Class Board 1,2551 N.F,L. Calen- der Girl: Orchesis 3,-1: Triple "S" 1.,2,3,4. Iiatlilu-4-n L. llahnfelcl: Office Guirlc 3. Curtis A. Haines: Class Boarrl 1: Gymnastics 1. 2,3,-1: Tennis 1,2,3. Shelley l'. Hamilton: National Tbespians: Quill and Scroll: Cardinal Staff 3: Highlights tfoorrlinator 4: Talent Show 3,-1: Plays 2: Debate 1.3: Library Assistant 2. Seventh Row: Annette R. Haney: Freshman Girls' Choir 1: Mixed Chorus 2: Senior Choir ll: Sociology tjluh 4: Gymnastics 1,23 G.R.A. 1.2. Catherine Y. Hansen: Debate 2,3,ht: National Foren- sics Lcague 4: Spanish Club 1.2,3.1: Chorus 1,25 Newspaper 3: Sociology Club 4: Dramatics Club 1: Transferred as a Junior from Billings Senior High School, Billings, Montana. Blzulelinc Nl. Harcr. Donna R. Harms. 1 tri? RJ., Class of 1967 I-'irsf Row: James F. Gallagher: Modern Music Masters: Talent Show 2,3,4: Marching Band: Track 1: Plays 4: Intramurals 2: Concert Band 3,4: Dance Band 3,f1, Terry A. Gallagher: Mixed Chorus 2: Senior Choir 3,4: Track 1.2,3,4: Modern Music Master 2,3,4: Choraliers 3,-i: Revclaires 2: Talent Show 2,345 Operetta 2.Ii,f1. Gr:-gory D. Galyon: Basketball 1: Baseball 1: Intramural 3.4: 7 Semester Honor Pin. Donna S. Garrison: Triple "S" 1.2: 1-'reshman Girls' Chorus 1: Girls' Gln-e 2,3. Sf-cond Row: Bruno lt. G4-lla-rt: Russian Club 1,23 German Club 1,2,3: Chemistry Club 3: Gymnastics 1. Linda L. Genevlcll: Coro- nets 1,2,3,4: Cardettes 1,2: Color Guard 3,43 Talent Show 2.3: Triple "S" 1.2. Imrrnrnce P. Getting: Tennis 1,2,3: Football 1: Rifle Club lllntramurals 1,2,3,4. Janice C. Ga-yer: Heights 3.4: Triple "S" 2,3,4: Health Careers Club 2: Quill and Scroll 43 G.k.A. 1: 7 Semester Honor Pin. Third Row: Nancy J. Givens: Class Board 1: Freshman Girls' Chorus 1: Mixer! Chorus 2: Senior Choir 3,43 Triple "S" 2,3,4: Secretary 4: Talent Show 4: Powder Puff 3, 4. Gary L. Glaser: Choir: Chess Club: Sociology Club: Spanish Club: Transfer stu- flent from Lutheran High School, Los Angeles, California. Verm- ll. tiongol: Cross-Country 1.2: Wrestling 1,2,3,4: Track 1,2,3,4: Intramural Basketball 3,4: Laboratory Assistant 2,3: Sociology Club -l, Carol M. Gordan: Freshman Girls' Chorus 1: G.R.A. 2: Talent Show 3: Home Economics Careers Club 4: 4 Semester Honor Pin. Fourth Row: James M. tirnccn: Football 2,-1: Basketball 2,3,4: Gulf 4: Key Club 4: "A" Club 4. Kathie IC. Gnu-f: Triple "S" 1: Girls' Glee 2: Freshman Girls' Chorus 1: Orchesis 2: Socio logy Club 41: Ski Club -1. Michael S. Grant: Basketball 1,2,3,4: Student Council 3: Class Board 2,3,-i: President 3: Plays 3: Talent Show 4: National Honor Society 3,4: Homecoming Court: 7 Semester Honor Pin. Louise V. tirnnquist: Triple "S" 1: G.R.A. 1,25 tfarilinal Staff 4: Sociology Club 4: School Store 4. T' . W.. ,-X is hh' ' 117 49: Fourth Row: Ronald N. Hurtzlwrz Football 1,213.13 Bass-ball 1.2, 3.1: Indoor Track 1,2.fi,4: Freshman B0ys' Chorus 13 Cardinal Stuff' 3: Sports Editor 4: Mixed Chorus 2. llnvid B. Howard: Intramural llaskethnll 2,3,1: Tennis 1.2.3,-1: Rziskethnll 1: Slwztn- ish Cluh 2.3. Joy li. Hruska: Cheerleader 1.2.3.-1: Class Board 1.2: Student Council 2.3: Triple "S" 1.2.3: Homecoming Court fi: Girls' Leaders 3.4: N,F,L.. Calender Girl: Rally Club 1.2, Ifllizztlwtli A. liiuzlwsz Coroncts 3.1: Curdettcs 3: Cluss Board l.2.3: Studi-nt Council 1: G.R.A. 1.2: Triple HS" 1,2.3: Tztlenr Show Il.-1: 7 Semester Honor Pin. lfifth Row: St:-plwn W2 llurfill: Gymnnstir's 1.2. Ronald llull. linthle-1-u M. Ilutter: Triple "S" 1.2.3: G,R.A. 1.2.32 Spanish rjlun 1.13: Sc-liool Store tt: Business Cluh fi. 'l'Iionms P. Hyde: Football 1: Vilrestlingr 1.2.32 'I'r:ick 1.2.3,-1: Sociology Club 41: Biology Club 13 Chemistry Club Il: Spanish Cluh 2. Sixth Row: llc-rh lt. lrllnwlu-r: Football 1.2.31 Baseball 1.2: -1 S1-nwster Honor Pin, l'iun A. ,hu-obs: Talent Show 3: Triple "S" 1,2.1l: Home Economics Cart-1-rs Cluh 3.1: Secretary FS.-1: Future 'l't-nt-liers Cluh 2.3: Spanish Club 2.15: Sociology Club -1. Marc-in S. tlncohy: Coronf-ts 25.12 Color Guard 3.1: Talent Show 3.4: G.R.A. 1.2: Biology Club 1. John 'l'. Jairevki: Key Club 4: "A" Club tt: Floss Board 2.3: Student Council 1.1: Tennis 1,2.3.ft: Captain 1: Intruinnml Basin-tlmll 2.51.-1: 11 Semester Honor Pin. Sow-nth Row: Jeff E. Johansen: Track 1.2: Cross Country 2. linrlmru A. Johnson: Class Board 1.2: Treasurer 1: Choir 1.2.3,-lg lirnmativs Vi. fruit: R. Johnson: Distrihutive Education, Iluviql ld. Johnson: Gymnftstf-s 1.2: Talent Show 2.3.4. 118 Senior First Row: Crail: R. Hmisluu-4-ht: Tennis 1.2: Cross Country 1.2. Robert I. Hecht: Concert Bnnd A l,2.3.4: Pep Band 1: Marching Bund 12.3.11 Basketball 1,233.43 l-lziseball 1,2.3,4: "A" Cluh 4. Susan J. Hnilig: Harmonvttes Ji,-1: Triple "S" 1,2,Tl.4: Tztlcnt Show l.2.3,fl: Suite Music Contest 1.13.41 Class Board 3.4: Home Economics Careers Club: Mixed Chorus 2: Freshman Girls' Chorus 1. Paul lfl. Hernhd: Swimming 1.2: "A" Club 1.2. Sr-cond liow: William t'. llc-miiiuz. Kntllln-en M. llvrhst: Talent Show 2.3: Senior Choir 3.4: Triple "S" 2.3: Freshman Girls' Chorus 13 Mixed Chorus 2: T Semester Honor Pin. Fnrol L. He-rdzi: Debate 2,3,4: National Forensics League 1: Girls' Glee 2.3: Mixed Chorus 4: Freshman Girls' Chorus 1: French Club 1: Future Teachers 1. Donmu M. lls-rff: French Club 1.2: G.R,A. 1,21 Office Guide -1. , Third Row: l'IiIt'Pn M. Hildt-brulldt: Triple "S" 1.2: Office Guido 2.-1: lnrlivirlunl Speech Events 1: Sociology Club -l. Monica Jenn Hotfizuy: lleights Stall' 3.4: Freshman Girls' Chorus 1: Mixed Chorus 2: Senior Choir 75.13 Trilile "S-" 1,2.3.4: Board 1.2: Secre- tziry Ii: Presidl-nt 4: Quill und Scroll -1. Curtis A. Holnu-sz Diss tributive Education '12 President -1. Patrick E. Hoover: Track 1.13.13 Intramural liziskctbztll 3: Bemidji Ball 3: Interscholastic Bowling 1.2: Transferred as it Sophomore from St. Viator's High St-honl. Arlington Heights. Illinois. ku-V, ,., Class of 196 lfirst Row: ltlrhard .lohnshinz "A" Club Il,i: Gymnastics 1,215.13 Class Board l: l-liology Club 1: Plays 1,Zi. Dorn-vn R. Jokiel: Ger- man Club 2l,i: Nursf-'s Club 1: Stage lfrew Club 1: Chess Club 1. Mike l'. .loin-sz Football 1,2.i: Wrestling 1,2,3,4i: Track 1.13: "A" Club Zi,-1. Nauwy A. Kale: G.lL.A. lt Talent Show 23 Art Club 3: Sociology Club 41 lflieiwli Club -1. Serond Row: Katerina Kaloudi: Student liuunvil 1: Sm-iology Club 4: Vice-President 4: Talent Show l: Home lflvoiioiiiic-s Careers Club 1: American Field Servive Foreign Exchange Student, from Athens. Greece. Javk Y. linnne Jr.: Cross Country l,2: Gymnas- tes 1: Track 13,43 "A" Club -1: Key Club 2,3.-1: Treasurer 4: Student Council 3: Class Board 1,2,3.4. Cynthia H. Karknla: Coronets 2.3,1: Captain 3.4: lla-iizhts Staff 3: Latin Club 1,2: Triple "S" 1,2: Talent Show 2.3.42 T Semester llonor Pin. fharh-s I.. Keating: Football -1: Basketball 3,11 Baseball 3. Third Row: John ll. Kr-lie: Student Council 2.3.13 Basketball I: Football 1: Tennis 1.2: Class Eaarrl 1: Cardinal Staff -l: Ski Club 2. WYIUIIU' lit-llolzlr. Robert Kelly. Roger A. Kendall: Plays 1: Rifle Club Ii,-1: President -l. V5- 1 47 M ,Sf wa- 'F lfourtli Row: Jenn I.. Kenyon: Orchesis 3.4: G.lLA.: Triple "S" Sun .l. Khile: German Club: Biology Club: Sociology Club: Talent Show 1: -1 Semester Honor l'in. Nancy K. Kiel: Trlple "S" 2.3: Latin Club 4: Girls' Leaders 3.-1. Diana. L. King: G.R.A. 1,2,3,4: President 4: National Honor Society 3,-1: Health Careers Club il,-1: Health Office Guide 1.2,3.i: Girls' Leathers 3,45 Tutoring: T Semester Honor Pin. Fifth Row: ltiehnrd A. Kin-hoff: Baseball 1,2,ZZ,4: Football 1: Intramural Basketball: T Semester Honor Pin. Maureen H. lilassen: Class Board 1,-3: Orchesis 13.15 Secretary 4: Senior Choir 3, 1: Choraliers 4: Triple "S" 1. Paul RI. Klinkey: Senior Choir 2.3,-lg Vice-President -i: Revclaires 2.3.41 Operetta 3,-11 Talent Show 2.3.-1: lntramural Basketball 1.23: Cross Country 1. Gordon N. Iiohnke. Sixth Row: Jean M. Ktvlnri: Individual Speech Events 3: Cardi- nal Staff ZS: Sociology Club -lg Plays Al: Tranferred as a Sopho- more from Alexander Ramsey High School, St. Paul, Minnesota. Donna Krili-iv: Class Board 2,3,1: Mixed Chorus 2: Senior Choir 3,13 French Club 3: Sociology Club 4: Triple "S" 3.4: Talent Sfhow 4. Roln-rt Krull. Ka-una-th A. Kndsk: Baseball 1.2.3: Wrest- ling: 2.3: Football 2,-3: "A" Club 41: Key Club el: Intramurals 1,41 7 Semester Honor Pin. Seventh Row: Kathleen S. Kunkel: Talent Show 3,-1: G.A.A, 23 Plays 3: Sociology Cluh 4: Modern Dance Club 2: Ski Club 4: 'l'ransferretl as a, Senior. IN-ann L. Kuntz: Talent Show 1,4: Spanish Club 1,21 Triple "S" 1.2: Debate 2: Stage Crew 1,2: Ski Club 2: Chorus 1,2,33 Rally Club 1, lhilivri- N. Kurrasch: Key Club 3,41 Quill and Scroll 4: Talent Show 4: Baseball 1: Spanish Club 3,-1: Cardinal Staff 3: Co-Feature Editor 43 Ski Club 2:13. .Iinx L. Kuss0w: Track 1,2,3,'l: Cross Country 1,2,3. Sociology Club -1: "A" Club 2,3,4. llfl Senior First: Row: Mark IL Lullno: tTllcmistry Club 33 Science lllub 1: Transferred as :L l-'roslunan from Glendale High School, Spring:- field, Missouri. Larry A. Laliosl-: Track 13 Plays 1.2: Cardinal Stuff 41: National 'Fhesnians Society. Ia-slr-y L. Larson: Class Board 1,2.!1.fl3 Vif:e-President 1: Clicorloarlor l,2.3,f1: Captain 43 Student Council 14: Corresponding Soc-rl-tary -13 Harmonettcs -13 1 Semester llonor Vin. Susan li. Lr-lin-au: Student Council 1,41 Class Board 1,2,Il,1: Treasurer -13 Talent Slxow 2,3,4: Plays 43 Operetta 33 National Tliespiaus Society: -1 Semester Honor Pin. S4-cond Row: Ronald W. IA-4-pm-r: Football 1: Golf 2: Band 1,2.3,-13 Ori-liestrzt 3,4: 7 Sn-ini-str-r Honor Pin: Transl'c-rr--cl as a. Junior from East Mulino, Illinois. Norwyn W. Leos: 'l'c-nnis 'l,2,3,'1: Key Club '13 Sociology Club 13 T Semester Honor Pin. Thonias R. l.1-plaowslci: Banrl 1.2.Zl,l: Vice-President 4: Pep Hand 235,43 Track 23 Vhcmistry Club 4. Vnlrric A. lfllolnnlviliril. Thirrl Row: Louna S, Linnt-wa-hz G.R.A. 1: Triple "S" 2,33 Sociology Club 1. David I.. Lockwoml: "A" Club 213,43 Football 1.23.11 l-lxxslu-tllaill 1,'2,3,4: Baseball 1.13.43 National Honor Society 2.3,l: Student Council 13,13 7 Semester llonor Pin. Kathryn I.. l,oIl: -1 Semester Honor Pin. Arthur J. Long. 1? ,. KQV Q. Q. S -M 'zfif 'Nair W 120 Fourth Row: Judy M. Lorenz: Triple "S" 1,2,3: Sociology Club 4. Teena L. Luhrscn: G,R.A. 1,23 Board 1,21 Sociology Club 43 Secretary -1: Individual Speech Events 33 Talent Show 4. Mark B. Lykkon: Track 1,23 Cross Country 1,2. Patricia, C. Maas: Triple "S" 13 Student Council 1,2,3: Coronets 2,3,4g Color Guard 2,2l,i3 N.F,L, Calender Girl: Talent Show 2,3. Fifth Row: Thomas l'. Macfurthyz Football 1,23 Wrestling 1,2, Il,-13 Co-Captain '13 Baseball 1: "A" Club 2,Il,43 Sncretary-Treas- urcr 4: Class Board 1,Z. Thomas K. Mnelntyrc: Football 1. Judy Maitz:-n: Triple "S" 13 Talent Show 4. Larry B. Malcolm- son: Student Council 1,2,3,4: Class Board l,2,3,-1: President 23 Cardinal Staff 3,4: Sports Editor 41 Homecoming King3 Cross Country 3,-13 Track 3,43 Basketball 1,2,3,43 "A" Club 1, Sixth Ron: Carol A. Mailmquist: Modern Music Masters 3,43 Triple l,3,,l: Art Club 3,43 Senior Choir 3,43 Mixed Chorus 2: Talent Show L2,4. Hnrry A. Malone: Football 1,23 Basketball 1: Intramurals 3. Terry Malone: Choraliers 3,43 Student Council Treasurer -lg Class Board 1,2,3,4: Treasurer 33 Cnrrllnul Staff 3,-l: Feature Editor 43 Senior Chair 51,43 Talent Show 2,3,4. Patrick Mart-urcl. Seventh Row: Bonnie L. Marks: National Honor Society 2,3,43 Philosophy Club 2,3.4: Orchestra 1,2,3,43 Astronomy Club 2,3,4: Modern Music Masters 2,1l,43 Chemistry Club 3,43 Computer Club 3,-13 Concert Band 2,3. Kim G. Marksluulscn: "A" Club 23,43 President 4: Football 1,2,3,4: C0-Captain 4: Track 1,2,3,43 Bemidji Ball 3,43 Homecoming Court 45 Cardinal 3,4. Pamela Martin: Latin Club 2,3,43 Future Teachers Club 2,3,4. Virginia A. Martin: G.R.A. lj Business Club 4, if ' Fourth Row: Rnluert P. Mt-rlilingr Vlatss Board 3.4: Band 1: Transferred as a Sophomore from lirush High School, Cleveland, Ohio. Patrick E. Merrick: 'Transferred :ts a Senior from St. Via- tor's Hiuh School, Arlington Heights, Illinois. larul L Mvtzt-I: G.R,A. 12.-i: Library Aide 2: Business ldtlucatiun Club Al: Plays 3: Transferred as :i Sophomore from Sacred Heart uf Mary High Schnol, Rolling Meadows, Illinois. Gary L. All-yu-re: Sm-inlogy Club 4: Cardinal Staff 4: Class Bnnrd -1. I-'iflh Row: Panieln A. Mic:-k: Future 'l't-:nzhers nt' America 1.2. 3,41 Secretary-Treasurer 4: G.R.A. 2.3: Pan Lan1:u:ui:t- l'uhl1t-ity Committee 3: 4 Semester Honor Pm. Tholnns J. Slit-lutlski. l't-nny S. Miller: Triple "S" 1: Class Buard 2.3: Socinlnuy Cluh -l, Mirhna-l E. Mills: VVrcstling 1.2.3,-1: Cross Country 2: "A" Club 3.4. Sixth Row: Lynn L. Mira: Plays 1.2: lfreslunan Girls' lihurus 1: Mixed Chorus 2: Tal:-nt Show 2: Divt-rsifit-fl Occupntiuns 2.1: Secretary 4. Cltzxrlcs M01-Il:-r. Sharon t'. Munro: G.R.A.g Future Teachers nt' Amt-rca: Riding: fflub -1. Kntlllf-vu lf. Morztvm-: Home Economics Careers Cluh 1,2,3: l-Business English Club l,2. Seventh Row: Susan J. Murrow: Triple "S" 1,LJ,Zl: Future Teach- ers of America 1: Talent Show 4. Milu-I L. Must-sz Senior Choir 2.3.41 Revelairs 2.3.-1: Modern Music Masters 2.3,-t: National Thespians Society 11,141 State Music Cuntest ZZ,3,,1: Football 1.2: Operetta 13,43 7 Semester Honor Pin. David I.. Moss: l Semester Honor Pin. Robert I'. Motln-rslufud: Fruzthall 241 Intramurals 2. 3,41 Bemidji Ball 3.-l. Class of 196 First llmr: Amy I. Mattlu-ws: Home Economics Careers Club 1,2,Il,l: Triple "S" 1: Class Board 4: Spanish Club 4: Sociology Club -t. Juan t'. Mc.-kllister: Art Cluls 4: Sociology Club At: Triple- "S" 1.2,3,4: Freshman Girls' Chorus 1: Girls' Glee 2,3: Stage Crew Club 27 Ski Club 2. Linda R. Mc-Arthur: Office Guide 1: Spanish Club 1,2: Bridge Cluh 1: Riding Cluh 4: Secretary -tg 4 Semester Hnnur Pin. Susan Mt-Culw. S1-com! Now: Paul Mcfnllum. llirhnrtl Mufuy, Sally-.ln A, Mc- t'rzttit': Girls' Freshmtin Chorus II French Club 15 Office Guide 2.14: Tztlvnt Slum' 1. Linda A. Mrliny: G.R.A. 1, Triple "S" 1.2,3: Transferred as a Snpluunore from Trinity High School, liiver Forest, Illinois. 'l'hir4I Iluw: Ihuulall E. Mcliay. llnslfethall l: Intramural Basket- ball 2,32 liinlofzy Cluh 1: Mixed Chorus 2: Senior Choir 3: Oper- Qtla 2. Susan A. M't'Kuy. G.R,A, 1: Triple "S" 1,2,Jl: 'I'ransft-rrqd as a Sopliumurc from Trinity High School, River Furl-st, Illinois. Dt-nnis K. Nh-Millunz Music 1.2,fi: Plays 2.23: Opert-tta 1.2,35 Ng. tional Thespian Society 2,3,-1: Stage Crow Club 2.fl,,1. Slwrri I, Mt-rul: G.R,A.: School St:-re fl. 9? 121 Seniors First Row: Ruth A. Moulton: Class Board 1,!: N,14'.L. Calender Girl: Coronet Drill Team 2.3.41 Tall-nt Show 2.14: Triple "S" 1. Clauulin S. Murphy: German Club: Blasquers Club: Transferred as a St-sion' from Alton Srnior High School. linllllve-n M. Nakutny: Sociology Club 1: G.R.A. 1.13: N.A.W.C, 3: Scholastic Art Award 3: Ofiil-0 Guillc Il: Talent Show -1. Richard Nulnavilfz. S1-1-mul Row: Gail A. Niulor: Student Librarian 2: Business Edu- c-:uion Club: 'l'ransfer1w-cl as ra Sophomore from Forest Vicw Hitgh School, Arlington Heights. Illinois. Gr:-,lr Neflzgm-r: Biology Uluh 1: Concert Band 1.!.3,'1: Marching Rand 1,2.3,f13 Swimming 2.31.-1. Kathlvvn R. Nitrh: Triple "S" 1: G,R.A. 12: Home Eco- nomics Carccrs Club Il. K:-ith li. tms: Wrestling 1.2. 'I'hird Row: 'Thomas l'. Oates: Gymnastics 1.2. Camnillv R, Oldcn- burg: Spanish Club -1: Viet--President 1: Class Board 4: Triple HS" 3.11: I-'uture Teachers of America 1: Sociology Club fl: 'l'nlenL Show -1: Office Guide 12. -In-an M. Olingc-r: Gorman Club -1. l'vh'r J. tllillgvr. Fourth Row: Limla E. Olsn-n: Senior Choir 3,413 Talent Show 43 Ski Club 13,43 Latin Club 3: Trlplo "S" 1.2.3: Health Careers Club 1.2: Mix:-rl Chorus 2: Freshman Girls' llhorus 1. June E. Olson: G,R.A. 1,113.45 Vitae-President. 4: National Honor Society 1: Chl-mistry Club 3.4: French Club 3.4: Health Caiccrs Club 11,43 1-Biology Plub 3.-1: 7 Semester Honor Pin. Kal,hh-Q-n A. 0'- Malloy: Triple "S": Stage Crew, Mary 'l'. 0'llourke: Class Board 3,113 1-'rcnch Club 1: Prcsillent 1: Triple "S" 1,23 Talcnt Show 1: G.ll.A. 2: Coronets Il: Canlilml Staff 4. lfifth Row: Alan ll. Ostrow: 'l'rans1'err4-fl :is 11 .lunion from St Viator's High School, Arlinlzton Heights. Illinois. Shirh-y A. Owen: Triple "S" l.12,3: Or:-basis 3.1: French Club 1.2: Art Club 3.4: Home Economics Careers Club 1: Stage Crow Club 2: Chorus 1.2: Girls' Glcc 3.4. Mirfian-I N. l'u4-hnn: Studcnt Council fl: National Honor Soc-it-ty fl: Key llluh -lg American Fic-lri Service lfornugn Exchange Studi-nl from thc Pliilippine Islands. Paula P. I'aE0: f'oronr-ts 3,1 Sixth Row: .li-an 'l'. Palrliuiz Homc Euononiics Careers Club 1.1: Treasurer 1: Future T1-:ushers ol' Annlrica 2: Business Education ' Club Il.-1. Scott ll. l'ahn4-r: Football 1,231.11 llasehall 1: "A" tfluh Zl,,1. Paul G. Parish: l-'oothnll 2.11: Baseball 1.Z.il.f1: Haskel- hall 1: "A" Clllb -1: Kcy Club 2.21.12 Vic:--Prflsinlenl bl: Illtrzl murals 1,2,3.-1. liarh J. Pautz: Dt-halo 2: Gorman Club I3,l. Class Board 3.4: Tale-nt Show 1. Sovu-nth Row: Lisa A. IH-rsclilmz-lwr: Triple "S" 1.31: G.R.A. fl: Latin Club 32: Tmffic' Court 1.12: T Scnwstcr Honor Pin. Philip I-I. I'r-slut. Shnrri A. l'f-slat. Mxulf-lf-va l.. l'cy1on: Art Club 2.31: Secretary 3: Calender Girl: Ski Cluh 2.3: Sociology Flub 4: Tnlcnt Show -1: Class Board 1. Health Careers Club -1: 'Fransferrurl as :L Senior from Ccntrnl High School, Grvt-ley. Colorado. 14147 Class of 196 Viral Ron: llratllvy R. l'Ililo: Football l.!.Il.l: iV1'esIling 1.2.3,,lg Track 1.2: 1 Svniestvr Honor Pin. Scott S. Picknrd: "A" fflubg Cardinal Staff -13 Golf 13,13 Sociology Club -1. Karl K. Ping:-l: Football 1.2.3.-1: Track 1.2.31 Club 3.1: Class Board 2: Chorus 2.3: -1 Semester Honor Pin. John I.. I'loc1z: Baseball 1,2,!l.l3 Cross Country 2.3: Ilvights Staff 2.3.-1: Sports Editor 4: Quill and Stroll 3,43 Class Huarrl I3 National Merit Semi-Finalist 13 7 Semester Honor Pin. S4-1-ond Row: lliunt- I'nul1-. I':ulI Il. Pr:-Alirk: lfoothall 1.2: Track 2.il,11: Key Cluh 2.3.-1: Intramural Basketball 4. I.indi G. I'ulu-h: G.R.A. 3.1: French Club Il.1: A.F.S. 3.1: lieluitt- 1: Health ffarcers Club -1: Hcalth Office Guirle -1: T Semester Hontr Pin. Iiurlmrn I'. Rausrli: G.R.A. 1.21 Triple HS" 1.2.3. Sociology Club -I: Talent Show 4. Third Ituu: llnrlmra L. Ilahlz: Health Careers Club 1.23 Poni- Pon Group 2: Transferred as a Senior from San Varlos High School. San Francisco. California. Linda BI. Ralf-a: Horne Eco- nomics Careers Club 1: Plays 3.-l: Stage Crew Club 15 Business Education Club 1. Tom ll. Ralph: lfrvslunan Boys' tihort-s 13 Mixed Chorus 2: Senior Choir 2.1: Sociology Club -13 Lab Aide 3: Operetta 1.3: State Music t"ontcst 1.13 District Festival -1. Mary Ann Itasnak: G.R.A. 1: Future Tuachers of Anivrica 2.3.13 Home Economics Careers Club -1: T Semester Honor Pin. lfnurth Ilow: Fhristini- Itvrlnlen: lilstributivv 1-jflut-ation. tio-rald G. Item-se. Ilavid Frank Rohm: Basketball 1: Trzirk 1.2: Football 2. th-urge A. lteim-kimzz Wrestling 1: Track 1: Intramural Bas- ketball 2.3.41 Transferred as a Freshman from Mona Shores Hillh School. Muskegan. Michigan. iv, Iflflh Row: Rich C. Rn-lm-kinir: Cross Country 1: Basketball 1: Baseball 1: Intramural Basketball 2.3.-1: Spanish Club: Trans- ferred as :1 Freshman from Mona Shores High School, Musltegan. Michigan. D. Scott kit-In-y: Football 1.23 Basketball 1.2: Baseball 1g Intramural Basketball Il.-1: liill H. Ilirkt-rson: Cross Country 1.2: Gymnastics 13 Baseball 13 Intramural Basketball 2.3. Becky lt. Ridd:-ring: Health Careers Club l.2.3.43 Secretary-Treasurer 2: Vicz--President 4: G.R.A. 113 Triple "S" 1.2: Sociology Club 4: 'l'reasurcr 43 Talent Show Al. Sixth Row: Itlvluird Rolrinson: HA" Club 3.14: Swimming 1.1. Patricia A. Rom-rs: French Club 1.2.3313 President 113 Future Teachers of America 2.3.4: National Honor Society 2.3.4: Na- tional lforr-nsics Loaguc- 3.4: Individual Speech I-Ivcnts 2.3.41 Girls' Leaders Zi.-1: 7 Semester Honor Pin. David lt. Itnssz Stage Crew Club 2.3.-13 National Thespians Society 3.4: Basketball 2: Plays 2.3.4: Talent Show 2.3.43 Opcrctta 2.3.4. Nancy I.. Roth: Talent Show 2.3. Nt-va-ntli Row: Darla-ne K. Ilothenlmrhz Freshman Girls' Chorus 1: Home Economics Careers Club 4: Talent Show 3: G.R.A. 2. Cllairlvs Rolhcrs. Rivllurd L. Sage: Student Council 1.23 Class lioard 1.2.-1: Swimming 1.23 Talent Show 2.3.-I: Tennis 1.2. .hunt-s Ib, Surham.-gli: Swimming 3,4: Debate 3: Key Club 3.4: President -1: Class Board 15.43 President 4: Student Council -1: T Semester Honor Pin: 'Fransferrerl as a Junior from William Penn Charter School. Philadelphia. Pennsylvania. 123 Senior I-'irst Row: -lan A. Sarff: Football l.2.Il.'i: Wrestling 1: Baseball 1.2.32 Latin Club 1.2: Student Council 2: Transferrml as n Senior from St. Louis. Missouri. Patricia L. Scliai-fi-r: Class Board 1,2.3.'l: Health Careers Club 2: Latin Club 1. Stern-n ll. Schuh-rsnuin: National The-spians Society 2.3.43 Modern Music Mastrrs il.-1: Concert Band 1.2.3.4: As.ronomy Club 2.3: Chess Club l.2.fi,l: Geology Club fi: Drama 1,2.3.l: 7 Semester Honor Pin. Karen L. Scherrer: Triple "H" 1.2.31 Latin Club I: Busi- ness lflducntion Club 3.1: Library Aisle 1.2: Office Guide 21.-l: Math Club 1. Sm-oml Row: Dorothy A. Svhini: tlrchesis 2.25.-t: Costume Designer 2: Class Board 2.3.43 German Club 2: Vice-President 2: Triple "S" 2,-l: Board 2: T St-nicsti-r Honor Pin. Joseph I-'. S4-hnelh-r: Cross Country 1: Traci: 1: Wrestling 3. Iliane ll. Sr-holten: T Semester Honor Pin. l'auIa J. Sm-lminliiirg: National Honor Society 2.:l.4t: Modern Music Masters 2,!i.4l: National Thespians Society 2.3.-I: Cardettes 1,L2.I3.4: Calitain -iz Senior Choir -I: I-'rench Club l.2.3.4: 7 Semester Honor Pin. 'l'hiril Row: lirucs- M. St-hott: Key Club: Baseball: Basketball: T Semester Honor Pin. John YV. Svllilli-r: S'wlmmlng 1.13.15 "A" Club 3.1: Talent Show 3.4: Tennis 2.11: Cross Country 1.2. Kristina I.. Sa-lnrank: H4-iirhts Staff Il.-l: National Honor Society 3.4: Class Board 1.2: Tutoring 2.25: Talent Show 2: Quill and Scroll -1: Trilile 1.12: T Semester Honor Pin, Eilwanl Si-alnan. Fourth Rim: John J. S4-dor: Gymnastics 1.2: Debate 2: N,F.L. Degree of Honor 23 Music 1.2.3.-l: State Music tfontvst lst. Place 3: Choraliers 47 Olieretta 3: Talent Show 1.2.3,l. Beverly S. S4-npr: National Honor Society 2.3.rl: Modern Music Masters 2.3,4: Treasurer 1: Biology Club 1.13: President ll: Fri-ncli Club 2,3.-t: Sociology Club 3.4: Chemistry Vluh fl: 7 Semester Honor Pin. Jann-s A. Sergey: National Honor Society 2.15.-L: President 4: Student Council 4: Traffic Court Chief Justice -1: Orchestra 1.2.3,-1: President -1: National Tliesnians Society 3.l: T Semester Honor T'in. Nancy M. Shannon: Triple 1.2.35 Freshman Girls' Chorus 1: Mixed Chorus 2: Girls' Glee Club Il: Coronation Committee 25.4. CQ"- 124 l"it'tli Roll: Sally A. Shannon: Triple "S" 1.2: Talent Show 2: Class Board 23 N.F.L. Calender Girl: Tutoring 15: Hi-iizlits Staff 3.-l:. Quill and Scroll ,lg 4 Semester Hinor Pin. Diane I. Sharp: Concert Band 1.2.3,-iz Marching Hand 1.2.7143 Orchestra -t: German Band 3.1: Modern Music Masters 2.3.42 7 Semester Honor Pin. I54-rmicletlv A. Shay: Art Club l: Library Club 1: Transfer- red :is ri Junior from Duchesni- Acad:-iny. Omaha. Nebraska. Connie L. Ncliubovk: French Club 1.2: Transferred as a Junior from Sacred Heart of Mary High School. Rolling Meadows. Illinois. Sixth Roll: John G. Simmons: Chess Club 1.2.3.l: President 3: Quill and Scroll 4: Cardinal Staff Il.-1: Editor-In-Vliief ft. Clark A. Sims: Wrestling 1,2,3.-lp Baseball 1: Ffivlbfill 3: Sffnillr Chfiil' 31.-l: lu-vclaires 4.'f'ImrIve IG. Seater: Basketball 1: Intramural Basketball 2.3: Homecoming: Committee 3.4: French Club 1. Ronili lt. Slater: Spanish Club 1,2,3: Ski Club 2.3.41 Tri le "S" P t: Sociology Club 41. ' Sew-nlli Row: Robert. J .Nniuilau Intramural Basketball 3: Latin 2.3: .X.V. Club 2: Sociology Club -lg Chess Club 3: Transferred as ti Sophomore from lfremd High School. Palatine. Illinois. Dar- Ii-ne M. Som-lin: Triple "S" 1.2.3: Fixture Teachers of America 1: Talent Show 3: Home Economics Careers Club 3: Treasurer 3: Riding Club -1. Nancy li. Snnntnlz. Barbara R. Spaeth: Library .title 1.2: School Store 4. '9Q'J"f r ' 1. mi,. , -wi-gp I-'ifth Row: Liz U. Sym-n: Triple 1: Talent Show 3: Orchesis 11: Sociology Club 41. Terrenm- L. Tuegv: Club 3,-1: Football 2,3,r1: Basketball 1,2,3: Intramural Basketball 1.11: Bemidji Ball Ii,4. Gail J. 'l'itLztlnvIn-r: Office Guide. Barbara L. Taylor: G.H.A. Sixth Row: llnnk M. Taylor: Gymnastics 1,2,3,-1: Co Captain -S: Tennis 1,2: "A" Club 3,4. Harry R. Tennant: Student Council Parliamentarian 4: Plays 3,4: Student Congress 2: Ascencia 2: Buna 1,2: Swimming: 7 Semester Honor Pin: Transferred as :i Junior from Birmingham High School, Birmingham, Michigan. Jerome M. This-len: Rifle Club 2. Grey.: tl. Thin-nuul: German Club 1: President 1: Dralna Club 2: Basketball 2: Ice Hockey 2: Soccer 2: Ski Team 2: Transferred as a Junior from the American School, Lugano-Montagnola-Ticino, Switzerland. Seventh Row: Nancy J. Thompson: Triple "S" 3,4: Talent Show 4: Sociology Club 4, Richard 'l'opa1ovleh. Jerry R. Tuwnley: Bas- ketball 1,2,3,4: Captain 2: "A" Club -1: Football 1: Track 1: Talent Show 4. Janis L. Tubbs: tTardf-ttes ii: Coronets 3,-1: Color Guard Sargeant -1: G,R.A. 1. 4 4 3-..,. . ga.. Class of 196 First Row: Carol A. Sponu-r: National Honor Society 3.1: Latin Club 1,2,3,-1: Triple "S" 1,2,:l,-1: tforonets 1,2,3,1: Traffic Court Judge 2,3,-1: Class lloard 2,IS,i: Talent Show l,2,Zl,-i: T Semester Honor Pin. Gr:-L: A. Sr:-dnivki: Intramural Basketball 3: Bemidji Ball 3: Baseball 3: Track 2,3. Martin ll. Stahl: Intramural Bas- ketball 1,131 Mixed Chorus 2: Senior Choir 3,-1: Operetta. 2. Stephen W. Starck: "A" Club 3,43 National Thespian Society 2, 3,,1: X1'restling 1,2,3: Lab Assistant 2,Z3,l: Spring Play 2: Stage Crew Club 2.25: 4 Semester Honor Pin, Sm-olnl Row: t'ar1 J. Stn-fnnik: Football 1.2: XVrestling 1,21 Ski Club 2:11,-1: Lab Assistant 3,-1: Bemidji Ball 3,-t: German Club l,!: f'hc-mistry Club 3. .lost-ph M. Stefanik: VV'restling 2.3: Track 1.13: Bemidji Ball Il.-1: German Club 1,25 Chemistry Club 3. l-Irie Stu-ln: Murgie J. Sli-wart: Girls' Leaders: Spanish Club: Triple "S": Talent Show: Sociology Club: Transferred as a Sophomore from Taft High School, Chicago, Illinois. Thirml Row: Nancy E. Stn-it: G.R,A, 2: Freshman Girls' Chorus 1: Mixed Chorus 2: Business Education Club 11: Costume Crew 2. Jonntluin J. Stull: Gymnastics 1: Swimming 2,I5,ii: Class Board i. Thomas M. Sullivan: Football 2,31 Band 2,3,i: President -1: Intramural Basketball 3,-1: Bemidji 111111 3,t: Operetta BA: Plays 23,4: Transferred as a Junior from Washington High School, Mil- waukee, Wisconsin. John fi. Svast: Football 1: Cross Country 2: Transferred as a Sophomore from Carl Schurz High School, Chi- cago, Illinois. Fourth Row: Allan F. Siruby: Band 1,2: Chemistry Club 4: Chess Club 1,2,3,-1: President 2: Stage Crew Cluh 2.11. James S. Swa- ni-zy: Football 1,2,21,-1: liasketball 1,2,3,-1: Baseball 1,2,3,4: "A" Club -1. Thonnis R. Nw:-gli-s: Football 1.2: Spanish Club -1: Trans- ferred its :1 Sophomore from I.utlu-r North High School, Chicago, Illinois. Jn-an li. Swenson: Girls' Leaders 3.-1: T Semester Honor Pin, ,Jef 4-4' 'vp N-.Q 125 4 'S , L W. I-'onrth ltow: linthryn A. Waffle: T Semester Honor Pin. F. S4-ott .gl . Walworth: Golf 231,43 Wrestling 3. Barbara J. W'ard: G,R.A. 1 ' 13 Freshman Girls' Chorus 1: Mixed Chorus 33 Office Guide Il.-I. te Ujj. ' ' Rob:-rt E, Ward: Tennis 1.2. W I 1 jilith Row: Timothy ID, Ward: Swimming 1.2. Margot L. HW-lily: Freshman Girls' Chorus 1: Girls' Glee 2,113 Chess Club ZS: Audio Visual Secretary -l: Transferrcil as u Freslunan from Downers High School. Iiruvs- G. YY:-In-r: Football l.2.3.fl3 YVl'eslliug 132,31 Baseball l.2.3.4: "A" Club Student Council 1. John M, Wm-llnmnz Golf 2.3,43 Cross Country 21 Football 3: Key Club rl: Trans- ferred as a Freshman from Foothill High School, 'l'urtin, Culi- fornia. Sixth Row: Mary J. Welton: Freshman Girls' Chorus 1: Blixvd Chair 2: Senior Choir 3,43 G.R.A. 1,23 Triple "S" 1,2.3: Spanish Club 1. Kim A. Wim-derholml: Football 1.23 Gymnastics 1. Arthur I. Wm-iclnvr: Gymnastics 1,2.3.43 Captain '13 Cross Country 1,23 Track 1,23 "A" Club 3.4: Boys' PE. Leader 2,11.-1. Bill 11'i4-gel, Seventh Row: Stove-n M. W'illinms: Rifle Club 2.3t Baseball 21.1, Lydia A. Wllsonzz National Forensics League l.2,3,43 Treasurer 33 Debate 1.2.3,-13 Mixed Chorus 2: Chess Club 33 Philosophy Club 33 Tutoring 3.43 1 Semester Honor Pin, Carroll M. Winkler: Business Elluczition Club 33 Transferred as a Sophomore from Prospect High School, Mount Prospect, Illinois. N. Keith Winkler: Sociology Club 11: Football 1.23 Basketball 1.2: Baseball 13 Intra- mural Basketball 3.-13 Bemidji Ball 21.13 4 Semester Honor Pin. 126 Seniors First Row: June E. l'Irlch: National Honor Society 2.3.43 Secre- tary -t: G.R.A. 1.2.1113 Public Relations 33 'Treasurer -1: Latin Club 1.2.33 Tripll- "S" 2,3,-13 T Semester Honor Pin. Patricia A. l'mlmugh: Talent Show 3: 'l'riph- 1.2: I-'uturo Teachers ol' America 13 Stage Crew Club 1.2. .lo-nn M. l'n:inmln-r: Student Council: Class Board 1.2.3,-13 Triple "S" 1.2.3,-13 G.1i.A. 1.2.33 Ski Club 23,43 Chess Club 2: Art Club 2.3: Freshrnun Girls' Chorus 1, Robert 'l'. l'lu:nro: Football 1.23 VVI1-stling 1.23 Ten- nis 1. Svvoml Row: Douglas K. l'sPl4lini.:: Nutiozznl Forensics League 1. 2.3.12 Vice-President 3,43 Chemistry Club 3.1: Vice-President -l: Track 1: N.F.L. Calender Editor -13 Di-bale l,2.3.-l. Arlo ll. Yzunla- Yi-gte. J:-fl' YanEo: Tennis 1.2.32 Chess Club 2.3: Chemis- try Club 3.43 l"rcsir1ent -13 Talent Show 43 7 Semester Honor Pin. tinil A. Yotlor: Sociology Club 43 Frenrh Club 13 Offive Guide 2. 'l'hiril Row: Carol J. Voolker: Counseling Office Guide 33 Health Offirrl- Gniile 43 Health Careers Club 43 Sociology Club 43 Trans- ferrwl :is n Sophomore from Prospect. High School, Mount Pros- pect, Illinois. Susan Yom-lor: Orchestra 1.2.3,-1: Librarian -tg Russian Club 1,23 Cardinal Staff 4. Donald -l. Yonlibers: Gyni- nastics 1.2.3.-t3 Tennis 1,23 "A" Club 3.-1. Mix-linrl P. Wadzitn: 1-'ootbnll l.2.3.1I3 lizisketbnll l,H,3.-13 Baseball 1.2.33 "A" Club 3.4. Class of 196 First Row: Robert C. Wlrkn. Iiloria lt. Woss: Ti-ipie "S" l: Health Careers Club 2.3: Home Economics Hari-ers Club 2.25,i: Business Education Club 4. l'hili'x t'. Wrobli-wski: Student Council 2.3: Class Board 1,23 Vice-President 2: Wrestling 1.2: Track 1. Janis L. Yates: Class Board 4: Office Guide 3: 'I'rausferred as a Junior from Pomona High School, Pomona, California. Second Row: Mau-nw Yee: Audio Visual Secretary 4. Patricia M. Yon-: Triple "S" 2,33 Office Guide 23 Class Board 2.14. Gregory IV. Zachwlvgn: Track i,2,3,-13 Football 1,23 Basketball 1,22 Cross Country 3,-ig "A" Club -l: Intramural Basketball Zig District Champion Discus Throw 1966, Neil J. Zaelinmn: Font- ball lg Transferred from North Almsted Hitrh School, Clevt-laml, Ohio. 'I'hlrd Row: llnndnll lY. Zionuinn: Gernfrin Club 2: Chemistry Club 3: Intramural Basketball 1: Bemidji Hall 3. Sheila li. Zim- nn-rnmn: Class Board 2,3,4: N.lf'.L. Calendar Girl: Talent Show 3,41 Triple "S" 1.2: Spanish Club 3,42 Sociology Club -i: 4 Semester Honor Pin, Deborah L. Zonslus: Class Board i,2,3,4: Talent Show 2.3.-l: Operetta 2,3,-ig N.F.L. Calendar Girl: Modern Music Masters 235,43 I-Iarmonettes 3.-1: French Club -1: 4 Semester llonor Pin. Ruth Broderick. Fourth Row: John lt, Erin-lason: Student Council l.2.3,-i: President 43 Class Board Viuc-President 3: Modern Music Masters: Senior Choir 3.4: President 4: Homecoming Court: Swimming l,2,1l,4: "A" Club. Kick L. Abbott: Swimming: Art Club: Key Club: Trzlnsiei-red from Lafayette High School. Gloria A. Anderson: Orchesis 4: G.R.A. l: Triple "S" 3: Home Economics Careers Club 4: Talent Show 3,-1: Sociology Club 4: ltiding Club 4. lh-tty Bliss: Student Council 2.25: Talent Show 1,2.3,-1: Coronets 2,3,4: Color Guard 3,-lg Class Board 11 N.l".I... Calender Girl: Freshman Girls' Chorus 1: Mixed Chorus 2. Fifth Row: ll:-lion J. Brnndan: Baseball li Intramural Basketball 1. Nancy U. Bukowski: Talent Sfhow 4: lfreshman Girls' Chorus 1: Mixed Chorus 2: Senior Choir Il: Cardinal Staff Il,-i: Assistant News Editor -1: Class Board 2,Z5,-l. Thonnis J. Cullnhanz Science Fair l: Transferred as a Senior from George Washington High School, Denver, Colorado. Marcia A. Carlson. Sixth ltow: Mary L. Craig: Freshman Girls' Chorus l: Triple "S" 1.2. .Izunlo P. Chapman: N.F.L. Calendar Girl 3. Dorothy M. Clmpf num: Freshman Girls' Chorus Ii: Mixed Chorus 23 Girls' Glee Il: Senior Choir 4: Coroncts 4: French Club 1,21 Student Council 2.4: Class Board 1,2,3,4. Alfred N. lh-u: Basketball 1,2,3.-l: Track 'l,2.3,'l. Sew-nth Row: Cheryl lf. Dority: Choraliers 3,4: National Forensics League 2,31 Secretary 3: Debate 1,2,3,-1: N.I4'.L. Calendar Editor3 Senior Choir 3,-4: Tall-nt Show Il,-13 Operetta 3: 4 Semester Honor Pin. ltuth A. Ilougan: Coronets 23,43 Captain 3,l: Cardettes 2: Class Board 2,Ilg Talent Show 3,4: Triple "S" 1.2,3: Board 1. Di-bbio Drake: Triple "S" 1,23 Coronets 1,2,3,'l: Color Guard 2,3,-lp Sergeant 4: Talent Show 2,33 National Honor Society 3,4: Class Board 3: Secretary 4: 7 Semester Honor Pin. Diana Drake: Coronets 1,2,3: Color Guard 2,35 National Honor Society 3.4: Class Board 1,33 Triple "S" 1,2: T Semester Honor Pin. l27 Senior First ltuw: Karen Ellertson: Class Board 1,2.Zi,'ip Coronets 2.Zi,'lg Color Guard 3,-l: Talent Show 3.1. Lynanne Fonly: GILA. 1.2.31 Sociology Club -lg Business Education Club 3.4. llull XV. ll-nderley: Talent Show 1: Triple "S" 1.2.31 Freshman Girls' Chorus 1: Mixed Chorus 2: Grils' Glee Zig Sociology Club 4: Deborah .l. Guy: Fixture Teachers of America 3: Pep Cluh 1.2: Office Guide -1: Tranferred as a Senior from Forest View High School, Arling- ton Heights, Illinois. Seeund ltow: Linda A. Heffernan: Harmonettes Il.-lg Modern Music Masters 2.3.41 French Club 1.2.3.-lg 'lreasurer 3.4: Cardinal News Editor -lp Talent Show 2.3.-l: Operetta. 2.3,1: State Music Con- test 1,253.45 7 Semester Honor Pin, Melody li. Kalous: G.R.A. 1: Talent Show 2. Sheila M. Kaiser: Triple "S" 1.23 Spanish Club 1,2.3,4: Karen K. lmeken: Swim Club 1.2.33 Girls' Choir 2.3: Band 11 Transferred as a Senior. Third Row: Naney ll. Lyons: Freshman Girls' Chorus 13 French Club 1.2: Talent Show 2.3,-iq Coronets 2.3.43 Color Guard 3.4: -1 Semester Honor Pin. .lane A. Nichols: Home Economics Careers Club 1: G.R.A. 1: Ski Club 25 Talent. Show -1: Sociology Club 4: Girls' Leaders 3: Triple "S" 3.-1. Carol li. Sordyke: Class Board 2: Latin Club 2.33 Triple "S": Plays Il: Dramaties: G,R.A. Maureen 0'l5rien. 128 .L Fourth Row: Karen L. Oldenhurir: Home Economics Careers Club 1.2.-l: Ski Club 2,-ly Library Aide 1: Transferred back to Arling- ton as n Junior from Coral Gables Senior High, Florida. Sue A. Olinmz Talent Show -1: G.R.A. 1.2.15 Triple "S" 1.2.-I: Spanish Club Il: Ski Club 3,-l: Office Guide 2: Sociology Cluh 4: A.F.S. 4. Carol A. Olson: Russian Club '.Z.3.i: G,R,A. 1.3.11 Chemistry Club 3,43 Lab Aide 4: Talent Show lg Debate 2: Concert Band 1.25 L1 Semester Honor Pin. Janet li. KPN:-nl: Senior Choir 3,-1. lfiftli Row: Canulaee C. tlrmshee: Coronets 2.3.43 Talent Show 3.17 Plays 2: Class Bonrfl 1.23 Color Guard 3.4: G,R.A. 1,25 A1 Semester Honor Pin. Sandra DI. Ormsbee: Orchesis 2.3.47 Senior Representative 'lg Talent Show 3.4: G,R.A. 1.2: Class Board 1.2.-lg Triple "S" 1.13: 1 Semester Honor Pin. Jenn M. Patter- son: Debate 2: Chorus l,1l,3: Triple "S" 1.2.31 Rally Club 1: Sociology Club 43 Talent Show 1.1: Stage Crew Club 1. Lyda li. Phillills. Sixth Row: Valerie A. Plant: Coronets 2.3.-1: Art Club 3,43 Triple "S" 2,31 Talent Show 23 Stage Crew 1. Maureen A. Sllzllrzlillessy: Triple "S" 31 Corfrnets 15,13 Cardinal Cartoonist 4, Francine -l. Selina-ller: Biology Club 13 Home Economics Career Clulw 2. Ilinnne Nl. Sehreiner: Coronets 2.3.45 Triple "S" 1,25 1-'ri-null Club Zig Talent Show 1.2: -1 Semester Honor Pin. Seventh lmw: Diane L. Smith: Class Board 3,-l: Modern Music Masters 3,43 National Honor Society 3.4: Senior Choir 3.4: Secre- tary -ig Talent Show -1: Operetta 3.-1: 7 Semester Honor Pin: 'I'ransl'erretl as a Junior from Toledo. Ohio. Merry G. Smith: G.R.A. 1.2.35 Triple "S" 15 Library Aide li Business Club 3. l'nlrii-in I'. Smith: Musie 2.3.-1: Student Council Ii: Class Board 1.2.3.-iq Individual Spec-oh 1.2.3,-1: Homecoming Court: Plays 1.2, 3.4: Mornng Announcer 3.-ig Talent Show 2.3,-L. Brad J. Somers: Student Council 3,15 Class Board 1.15.31 Football 1.2.3,4: Wrest- ling i,:,:s,4. Baseball 1.2.3,-lg --A" Club 3.4. Fourth ltow: Ferdhuunl F. Kurndorf: Russian Club 1,2,3: Presi- dent 4: German Club 2.3,-1: Chess Club 2.3,4: National Honor Society 3,41 Chemistry Club 3: Plays 2: 7 Semester Honor Pin. Terry L. Larson: Wrestling: Diversified Occupation, Geoffrey A. Llnilsey: Swimming 1,2,3: 7 Semester Honor Pin. Leroy F. Ito- sum-ki: Audio Visual 2. I-'ifth Row: Ste-vi-li F. St. John. 'Fhomus Smith. Lance Thorton. -lim E. Truman: Transferred from St. Vintor's High School, Ar- li. gtun Heights, Illinois. Class of 196 lfirst Row: Cllr-ryl J, Tlutke: Girls' Lenders 3,fl: Class Board 1.13: German Club 1: Triple "S" 1,2,3g Rally Club. Mary Jo Tin-lmuln-r: Class Board 3,-i: Art Club 3: Biology Club 3: Girls' Leaders 3,41 French Club 2: Hiding Club -lg President -ig Intru- murul Basketball 2: Transferred :is a Sophomore from Sacred Heart of Mary High School, Rolling Meadows, Illinois. Ad:-line AI. 'funn-iz Transferred ns at Senior from Sacred Heart of Mary High School, Rolling Meadows, Illinois. .lanvt L, th-ber: Class Board Secretary l,2,3: Senior Choir 3: National Honor Society BA: Orcllesis 2,fl,4g Vice-President -1: Homecoming Court: Triple "S" 1,2,1l: T Semester Honor Pin. Second Row: Donna U. Whiting: Astronomy Club 3: Biology Club 2,31 Latin Club 2,3: Orchestra 1,2,3: National Honor Society 45 Sociology Club 3,45 Modern Music Masters 3,-1: 7 Semester Honor Pin. Louise l-'. Winters: Triple "S" 1: G.R.A. 1. David E. t'u-rroll: Swim Teuni li Gull' Team 1: Spanish Club 1: Ski Club 2,35 'Transferred from Arcadia, tlzilifornin. Alan llnnwn. 'l'hir4l Row: Leunnrd W. lions:-n, .lost-ph llnnlor. Mike Hynes: Class Board 3. Rohn-rt Jnrnl. li 5 K J" Sixth ltnw: Gilbert Vim Raalte. Lynda L. Yost: Transferred as ,ig ,lf ,lf 11 Senior from Niles East High School, Skokie, Illinois. 4' I Q ! ,v 'Q ,mtv g . ,, 129 PClf0llll1Ii4f Uilil Llip perfection and confidence of il scnior, Hwnk l nloi docs thc 'Russnln moorc" on the side home. One ol' the lnvlilwlits of the 1966 falcnt Show was i ilu ippc uunct oi thc fislomslinlff Horuey Toads. Nom Picturoil: Jann-s B. Cronin: Swimming 1,235 Studvnt Council 2,32 Baseball 1: Trzlnsferrecl as a Senior from St. Vintor's High School, Arlington Heights, Illinois. Gary C. llivks: Football fl: Busehzill l. llnnnld llull. Cnrolyn Hlmlvr. William Hutchison. Thoinns P. Jonas: Football 1,!,Il: Wrvsiling 1,233 Sociology Club 4: Biology Club 13 Slide Rule Club 1.2, Bob B. Livoit: Baseball: Dislributivc Education. Brian Ns-ilson. Nancy Russf-l, Cathy N. Sintnv: Modern Music Masters 2.3: Suc1'etu1'y 4: Latin Club 1,122 Vice-President 2: Musical 2,3: Orchestr:L 1,2,3,flg Variety Show 2: T Semester Honor Ping 'Transferred ns a Scnior from Mainv lVest High School, Des Plaines, Illinois. Bm-hum L. Spillnr: Transferred as a Student from Northeuslvrn High School, Spring- field, Ohio. Robert E. Stiggc-r: Golf 2,3,-1: Russian Club 1,2,3,-l: Vice-President -Lp National Honor Society 2,2l,4g Chess Club 13,-it T Semester Honor Pin. John Tolnplin. 4 l . V. Seniors Liuclzi Hcfft-maui, I nn 11uL1l1nU ind Slitllcn II inul Lon luke El lircnk during llic lunth houi to cnjoy 1 ilu C1 sion The Last Time Around For 1967 Senior l"11lIowi11g C111111111911101111111 cxn-1'ci51-5. lllt' IICXVIf"g'1'llIlllIllCLI l'1111l 1311111111 1l11i1'kly I1c'l11s Alllfiill kI:11ol1y fl'O111 IICI' robe. H11111 I1.11151'11 1111111111- im' 1l11' 11111111111 1.111111111111111 l,I'l'5CIllllIlUll. I 1 . I ,nip . .fl 513 " :QQ-'K' . A S1-11i111' flIlL'Tyl l5ok1'l111z11111 lJOTlI'1lf'1'l1 thc 51111110 oi' Liberty while lllUIkllliCI'S Aing "Give M15 Your Tirccl. Your Poor." QQ, , . TSW- .1 -.. v- ' ' :Tl I 'CV if SL'l1iU1' clnsx I11'cniclc11l. lim Sz11'I11111gI1. lvndx ll 1li5111mi1111 1111 1I11 11pcr1111111w 611115111111 l51ll Llllllllg 1 l11111d - ' ff 'I 1. 1 " lf' 1 1 ' lllfdllillg. lfil c1'o111i11g c:Hlll'l 1110111111-rs klllll xYl'lM'Ik .1111l kim Nlnrkx IUNIOR CLASS BOARD Front Row: Cindy A. Johnson, Nancie Douglas, Liime Lind- strom. Cathy Clemens, Dave Abt, .Ianie Oestmann, Kathy Bl'1lllll,,iXI1IlQllC Johnston. Seronrl Row: Nancy Harris, Sally Junior Class Has B This year's junior elass was lead by President Diek Ylliteher and Carolyn Dobbins as vice-president. Sally Faner was recording seeretary and Cindy A. johnson was made responsible lor the junior elass linanees. Serving as the Class ol' ti7's Trallir Court was Mark XVarrens. As October rolled around the juniors found them- selves laeed with a big responsibility - preparation lor their future and lor most ol' them this was eol- lege. It was quite a novelty for them as they went to take their first encounter with college entranee examinations. This year the Junior Class sponsored a winter danee. The purpose ol' this dance was to raise money lor the Prom. The dance was held February 25 in the Boys Cym. The juniors also sponsored a eoke danee and a eoneession at one ol' the football games. The location of the '67 .lunior-Senior Prom was Ri- verwood Country Club. This dance was presented to the Seniors by the junior Class on qlune Sl, l9ti7. Johnny Marlow's Hand provided the entertainment. Preparations were an integral part of the '67 Prom. Industrions juniors spent mueh time working on the bids, ticket, theme, and publicity committees for a bids, tieket, theme, and publicity committees in order to make the prom a memorable event for all. 132 Faner, Cindy AI. johnson, Linda Freeman, Dick l'ViLCllCI' Mark XVarns, Laura Hilton, Carolyn Dobbins, Carolyn Dal- ley, Paula Fisher. a ic Goal: The Prom! IUN IOR CLAS-S OFFICERS Front Row: Cindy A. Johnson, Second Row: Sally Faner, Dirk NVitther. Tliirrl lfuzu: Mark YVarns, Carolyn Dobbins. Class of 1968 Ifint llmr: Vaughn Alvhotl, Nanri' Ahe-l. liavirl Ain, Tim Avcarllo. Ro- herta Agnes. Eugenio Aguirr-, Christo- pher Aldrich, D4-lvorah Alvxancllrr, f'aroI3'n Allen, S4-4-mul liow: .lurly Alniclalf-, Arthur Amlersl u. Harry Anderson, Jeanne Amie-rsou, Mary Anflersvn. William Anlierherg, Dale Armstrong, Melissa Ashworth, Doxu: Atkins, 'Third Row: Vivlii Ain-r. Ann Barnett, Bonnie Barnett. Kathy Barry, Susan Rarse. Waller Barthcll, Kathy Bauer, James Eaym-rl, Boll Ilehher. Fourth Row: Hiuharrl lieeks, Michael Bellilo Xliuhi-lle Bu-lzer Sanrlr B 4 - , r 8. HI'- nett, John Benoit, Patricia Benson, Paulette Berg, Jann-S livrgstroni, Catherine Hieber. lflfth Ron: Richard Biernia. Tim Bischoffer. Briggs Blaulihurn, Jann-s Blair. Lucy Bliss. Linda l-llomguisl. Marlin Bloom, Douglas Bloss, Ronalll Hodenstvzlt. Sixth Rmv: C'lifl'orri Roehll-r, John Borcharrl. Ralph Bossi-rt. Daniel Boulos. Gloria Bowles, lirure Boyd, Christoph:-r Branrl, Susan Branrll, Kathleen Braun, S4-vvlilli Row: Diane Brisl-oe. Ellen llrogrlen. Linvla Brosuo- vak, 1"arlr-Ita. Brown, Lee Brown, George Browning. Jann Bruner, Cathy Ruhr. Brinlr. Donnie Eltrhth Row: Dale liluhlitz, Nancy Bur- get, Linda Burr, Stephen Busch, Mary Callahan. .loan Uarlson, Linvla Carlson, Rieharll Carlson, Scoll Carncross. Ninth Row: Deborah Carns. Charles Cashinn. Rory Cassidy, Coral Cazel, James Chalifoux, Thomas riliaumlln-1', Susan Chapman, Douglas Chaps, Mar- cella Uhristeuherry. Ti-nth Row: Jane lfhristnplierson, Slivr- wvll Vlaney, Hounie Clausing, Cathy Ullamans, Craig Cochran, Raymond Collins, Jack Comer. Kathleen Fouiglio, Tiehorali Conroy. I-Ili-wntli Ron: Susan Conzcll, Martha Took. William Cook, Parole Uorliell. Kvnneth Cnrrarlo, Mary 1"orwin, Slephvn Coy, Nanny Vrawforfl, William tlruar- kin. l'ws-lftli How: Wayne Lfrof-ken, Keith Culberson. Ke-vin Cunningham, Robin Curtain. Alan Curtis, Carol Cuzzorl, Rolu-rl Dahberl, Carolyn Dailey. Jef- frey mmm. Thirls-i-ulh How: Frank Daniel, Nancy Dargatz, Douglas Dzuuzhlry, Claudia Davis, Dnris Dearen. 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Marianne Erfl, Arrlith Erickson, Bar- hara Evensen, Cynthia Ewertz, Sally Faner. S1-r-ond lnnv: Thomas Faust, Barbara Fel lnian, Dominick Firluccia, John Finch, Sharon Fischer, Paula Fisher, James Fitzsimons, Gregg Fleming, John Forsyth. Third Row: Lincla Freeman, Felicity Frisbic-, Robert Gallagher, Elaine Gard- ner. Patricia Gates. Sandy Gehrke. Susan Gehl. Candace Gerts, Charles Gibbn-lL Fourth Runv: Ruth Gicseke, James Gil- more, Davin Glomski, Robert. Got-bbert. James Gordon. Christine Graczyk. Beckay Graham, Robert Graham. Christine Green:-. Fifth Row: Varnl Griesmeyer, Louis Grnssi, I-Zlizalnftli Gustason, Vlfilliam Harker, Peter Hahn, Sally Haire, Bon- nie Haloli. Lynn Hanna, Barham Hanson. Sixth Row: Janice Harding, Stacy Harer. Nancy Harris, John Hart, Debra Harth, Michal-l Harth, Ir'-ne Haughey, Debby Hawkins, Elizabeth Haywortli. Sew-ntli Row: Pamela llazarrl, William Hazen, Barbara Hvtlrleslicimer, Laura Holden. Frank Heinz, Michael Herr, S-lophr-n HL-yer, Sharon Hicks, Fred llilriihlflvl' Eighth Rnnr: Jan Hilizenfelrl, Gary Hill, Robert Hill. Laura Hilton, Mark Hipplv, Mary Hodge, Gail Hollinger, Susan Hnlste, Monica Hruhy. Ninth Row: Vicki Hui-:ht-s. Keith Hurley, Cheryl Huster, John Huter. Annu- Jackson. llirlgely Jackson, Thomas Jaunh, Arden JacobsL Janis Jacoby. 'IH-nth Row: Rao Janrll, Linfla Jarocki, Guy Jessngnc, Barbara J. Johnson, Cynthia A. Johnsvn, Cynthia J. John- son, Dean Johnson. Joannc Jrllinson, Kathleen Johnson. El:-ventli Row: Pamela Johnson, Ann- ette Johnston, Janice Jones. Karen Joost, Sr-ntl Jnsif, Mark Kahling, Dar- rell Kash Gary Kaspm-rzak, Susan Kastniniz. 'Pwr-ilftll Row: Fllrls Kauclier, .Tack Kche, Kathlyn Kehe, Christine Kelhi. Mark Keller, Susan Keller, Gary Ken- nocly, Eugene Kvnnvfly. James Kenny. 'I'hirtn-vnth Row: Maureen Kenugh, Peggy Kerr. Karon Kicca, Curtis Kim- hall, Robert Kinvller, Janis Kinsley, David Iiiri-liner. Mary Klippert. Kvnneth Kuvmlxnan. l-'uurt4-rnth Row: Joseph Knlvzak. Bar- hara Ko!zv, Randy Knnschake, Victoria K.anz, John Kreidich, Ale-da Kresge, Michael Krysh. Mary Kunz, Susan Kurtz. Class of 1968 First Row: Kim Larker, Kathleen Lamlwebr. Linfla Laney. John Langh- nut. Geraldine Larson, Pamela Larson, Susan Larson, Anita Lawlis, Karen Ln-bhin. S4-4-mul Row: Ranrlohih Lee, Lynette Leiizlimn. Donna Lemar, Gregg: Leme- in. Marc Lenharclt, Flank Lentine. Ronnie Lewis, William Liddell. Theresa Lincoln. Third Kam: Myra Linllmark, Susan Lindsey. Linnv Linflstrom, Charles Lia- sey. .luhn Lister. Candice Lulirsen, Gary Lulwski. Janet Lunkos, Scott Luther, Fourth Row: Kenneth Maeharek, Juflith Maierhnfer, Linda Malmquist, .Tully Manclolini, Bzian Marcussen, Brian Marinello. Pulllll' Marks, Wilht-rt Mar- tel, Allan May. Fifth Row: Gary McAIister. Linda McDougall, Janet McGrath, David Mc'- Guffy, Charles McMillan, Cathleen Moe Namara. Sandra Meinhartlt, Barbara Menfll, Sandra Mensch. Sixth Row: Patricia Mercer, Kenneth Meyer. Marilyn Mn-yer, Penny Meyers, Bert Miesse, Glen Miller, Gloria Milli-r, Robert Miller, Wayne Miller. Se-ventli Row: James Milne. Elizabeth Mirs. Glenn Mitchell. Susan Mitchell. Brian Mnlitor. Fieverly Mueller, Bruce Mueller, Marilyn Mullnrr, Linda Mur- P1132 Eighth Raw: Walter Mustain, Lawrence Nagurny, Era Jane Nall, Frank Nastal, Kenneth Natzke, Jack Nawrot, Jack Nebel, Karol Nelson, Kenneth Newquist. Ninth Run-: Susan Nieme yk, Nancy Nisle, Nancy Nitch, Lynda Norris, Christopher Nystrom, Alan Oates. Ro- bert Obrien, Dyane O'Brian, Susan O'D0r. Tenth Run: Janie Oestmann, Sanrlra Ohman, Diane Oldenburg, Ellen Olson, Ann Olson. Mary Barbara Olson, Peter Olson, Gail Om-al, Jane Ostrow. Eleventli Row: Cnra Page, David Pal- matier. James Pamn, Richard Pastor, Deborah Patanella, Thomas Pe-ale, Michael Peck, George Pederson, Pamela Pennings. Twvltth Row: Ly nn Peterson, Robert Pfrank, Linzla Phillis. James Philo. 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John St. Germaine. William St. John, Rlcharvl Saxton, John Sehaarl. 'l'hir4l Row: Greg Schcclc, Kris Schim- mel, Keith Srhnvivler, Mike Schoepke, Davirl Schott, Jan Schrank, Jan Svhu- ett. Patricia St-huelz, Craig Schulze. Fourth Row: Holly Schulze, Phyllis Schuster, Susan Seaman, Sharon Seeg- ers, livnnis Shaw, W'illiam Sherman. Nanvy Short, John Shultz, Saunmlra Simmonds. ' Fifth Row: Steve Sinclair, Raymond Smith, Douglas Somers, John Sorgatz. James Southarrl. Joseph Spencer, Don- nzilrl Snink, Anne Splittorff, Stanley Stanrzak. Sifsth Row: Brad Starr, Melanie Staucl- er. Deborah Stefan, Sue Stefanik. Julie Stipp, Robert Stluka, Sanrlra Stone. Susan Stout, James Stuhhs. Sa-vt-ntl: Row: R'ihr'rt Sulanfler. Michael Summers. Neil Suzuki, Janet Sygnator. Patricia Tackcs, Steve Tanis, VVilliam Taylor, Rarhnra Terhune, Jolm Ther- onx, Roberta Thomas Tongay, Deborah ltlixzhth Row: Donna Thiecle, Thietle. Nanry Thompson. Tichy. Mary Tierney, David Nancy Tuhhs. Richard Tully, Tn. ner. Ninth Ihrv: Kenneth Van Blatlel. John Vetter, Gail Vogel, Gregg: V ight. Bill Von iioec-lunann, Lawrence Watlzita, Hob Wakely, William Wahlhuessor, Kathy Wallner. 'l'n-nth Row: Thomas Walsh, Jennifer XYalter. Linda XValt0rs, Joseph XN0i1ln0r, lteora Weirlner. Sue Wt-'lhausen, Joyce Wentlorf, David Vfestplial, John West- wtml. I-Il:-vm-n'h Row: Gary Wheeler. Gail Whiteside. Lyn Whiting, James VVhit- nvll, Stephen Whittier, Linrla Wiegel. Haihara Williams, Richard Witeher. Gerry VVithey. 'I'wz-l'th Row: Gary Wolorl, Patricia Wfod, Susan Woo", Susan Woods, Bar- hara Woorlwarrl, Herbert Worsley. Alan Yarrington. Sal'y Yi-azel, Shiela Yore. "'hirt"t'nth Row: Marlrne Zaker, Nanvy Zalurl, Jurly Wai-tl, Mark Warns, Matt- hew We:-iz, Kelly Williams, Tom Fitz- patrick. Gary Price. Karen Platt. Fourh-1-ntl: Row: Robert Ravas, Dennis Sacllicki. Beverly Schmidt, Greg Win- ters. .1lll110l' boys lllllllltlf 1111skc't111111 ll'L11lllIlllCN 111 1'. la. ns l1lt'y 11:1l11c- c11411 011101 lu lllilkl' 111c'i1' lL'll111 1110 lwsl 1Il 1110 mlzus. 1111' tllllllthl' gll1N Il1'21l11lL' 111011 1111. .X Xcllmv S1111111111'111c'. 11111'i11g om' of 1111- lung I11'z1a1i11's 1lL'1'0I'l' l111' 7111110111 Slmw. llllllfil' 1.111119 1.11111511r1111 tllI'L'11l11X 111115 111'1' 11H1IlCl1lllC1C 1 UQ 1111 l':1111 110lIg11IS. 11c1' 0511111 101' 1110 11111 lLlI'I11l1lO i. 1.1I1C121.1Z1l'llI1i1 ZIIIK1 Clrvgg Yoigln mlisruss ways 101' 111:114i11g 1114-114 1l'2lllIl'C i11tc1'cs1111g to 1121111 for 111C 1'c:1c1c1's ol' 1111- lfrznlinul. 137 SOPHOMORE CLASS BOARD Frou! Row: Karen McReynolds. Sue Smith, Jeanne Kunkel, Valerie Rodgers, Shelley Smith, JoAnn Perrin. Kathy Me- Bride. Suzanne Vlalter, Mickey Cronauer, Liz Galloway, Cin- dy Miller, Sharon Martin, Jody Eccles, Kathy Phillis, Linda Fluher. SVIJUYIII Row: lXlarianne Brown. Marta Oldenburg, Sue Carter. Cheryl Stein, Marilyn Epsky, Vicki Thiessen, Linda Corder, Pat Haldeman, Karin Savich, Sue Swanezy, Judy McCormick, Pat Barrett. June Lucas, Debbie Ormsbee, Jaci Bless, Cathy Rowe, Sue Carr. Third Row: Jan Rothers, Lynn XVilke, Debbie Hohan, Sheila Harmon, Paulette Grac- Yyk. Sue Grant, Kathy Strober, Peggy XVright, Linda Brown, l'at Hruby, Donna Kuharith, Ginny Hawley, Sue Johnson, Clathy Allen. Cindy Benoit, Beth McDonald, Betty Shubeck, Jan Grossnickle, Greg Schaffer, Rick Tindall, Pat XVoller- man. Fourth Row: Linda Revelle, Leslie Lewis, Sue Gras- Sophomores Strive In their second year of school at Arlington, sopho- mores attempted a new idea in their class board. This year sophomores could attend open class board meetings. For the first time, sophomores did not elect representatives from each homeroom. All soph- omores were welcomed to the meetings and became members alter attending two-thirds ol' the meetings. The new open board created enthusiasm and par- ticipation from the class. The sophomores participated in several projects this year. Their class board sponsored a service proj- ect for the school with the assistance of their eoun- selors Miss Bazik, Mrs. Claney, and Mr. Hicks. The sophomores also continued to work toward the big goal olf their junior year - the Prom. In the lall the class sponsored the annual autumn tllrll- about which they called "La Discotheque". The sophomores also received concessions for two loot- ball games in the fall. The sophomore class board was led by president Gary Drake. He was assisted by rice-president Liz Galloway. Sue Johnson took over the responsibility of secretary and Donna Kuharich that ol: treasurer. Sue Carr held the oflice of the traffic court justice. 138 horn, Julie Smith, Debbie Hustecl, Judy Adams, Chris Schimpl, Pat Lind, Jean Milburn, Denise Petersen, Dawn Nelson, Sue Haul, Lynn Gilig, Joyce Abel, Karen Mark- strom, Pat Cushing, Lynda Reeves, Judy Thybony, Maggie Adams. Fifllz Row: Sue Koch, Pat Kamp, Marybeth Koch, Pam Miresse. .Xnn Cournoyer. Mary Knight, Kathy Hlaara, Kris lingelbretsen, Carol Staahl, Barb Schultheis, Kathy Els- ner. Julie Nowack, Cindy Kloepfel, Nancy Jacobs, Anne Zonsius. Li! Maltman, Barb Fondrie. Emmy Lou Johnson. Sixth Row: Celeste XVrohlewski, Nancy Grahow, Pam John- son, Sue llubbard, Valerie Voise, Bill Murphy, Bill McGrath, Dick Ruthenberg, Gary Drake, John Fans. Mary Donn Rossi, Bill lX'hitehead. Don Vogel, Curt XVilson, Bob Johnson, Gail Conway, Debbie Ferguson, Sue Kendall, Bruce llarmon. For uccess In Goals SOPHOMORE CLASS BOARD OFFICERS .swnlwlz Sue Johnson, Liz Galloway. Slancling: Donna Ku- harich, Gary Drake, Class of 1969 Flrst How: Joyce Ahel, Judy Adams. ltlarfaret Adams, Dayirl Aguirre. Fatherine Allen, Arthur Allenrlorph, Barhara Anderson, Gary Andreson. Lawrenre Andres. Second Row: Rodney Antrim, David Armstrong. Vivtoria Arndt, Karen Arnold, Kathie Ballnu, Le-slee Bang. Patricia Barrett. Thomas Bart, Wayne Bartholomew. Third Row: Orchard Battistoni, Donald Bauer, Noel Bauh-r. James Baumgart- ner, Bonnie Sue Becker, Grcl: Beckley. Walter Bednarz. Todd Behrens, Cindy Benoit. I-'ourth Row: Raymond Benson, Chryl Berggren, Stephanie Bialek. Josephine Bianca. Judith Bianca, Donald Bieher. Anthony Bird, Krista Bishop, David Biwer. Iflfth Row: Pheryl Bjornson. Kevin Rlackherg, Bruce Blackwell, Junt- Blakeman, Jaquelyn Bless. Brian Bol- duc. Dennis Bossert. Janice Bourbon. J:-ffry Brady. Sixth Row: Elizabeth Brankovitch. Sandra Brantner, Gerald Brask, Mark Brauer, Susan Brice. Robert. Bright. Thomas Brnadfoot, Ralph Brock, James Hrousseau. Svvv-ntlx Row: Linda Brown, Marianne Brown, Bruce Bruscato. Kathleen Rryk. Richard Huehne, Scott Butler. Chris Buttenoh, Karen I-lylskl, John Nallalian. Eighth Row: Rohm-rt Campbell, Michael Cape-lln, Lynne Varbone, Gary Carl. Amy Carlson, Glen Carlson, Thomas Carlson. Susan Carr, Suzanne Carter. Ninth ltmv: Laurie Casavant, Teresa Cassidy. Marline Chin. Dianne Christ- ensen, Sue Christensen, Cathy Christo- pherson, Nancy Christopherson, Richard Clarbour, Keith tilt-mmons. Tenth Row: Charles Cofuid, Chary Col- hurn. Ann Comer, Dennis Conrad, Gail Conway, Susan Corbett. Linda Corder. Sean Cirkell, Stephen Cornelius. l-Ill-vs-nth Row: Ann Folirnuyer, Barbara Cox, April Crammer, Constance- Cren- ner, George Creswell, Betsy Criswell. Robert Crockett. Marianne Cronauer. Carhlean Cronin. Twelfth Row: John Cummings, Steivhani Cummings. Maureen Cunningham. Patti- ann Cushing, ,lack Dabhert. Shelly Dat-zewitz, Janet Damm, Georic Dunk- er, Patricia Danna. Thirlr-ruth Row: Christine Davis. 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Q 1' ' ' I ' Y L Vifiiiiii-,fQ.,V -322545 D156 V .JE 3 'wi ii 140 Sophomores First Row: Greg Duffy, Paul Ebel, Bruce Ebner, Joanna Eccles, Arthur Eggert, Richard Ehlers, Judith Elliot, Kathryn Eisner, Kris Englebretson, sa-eoml Row: Marilyn Epsky, Patricia Erbach, William Erd, Michael Erick- son, Susan Estrella, Gregory Everhart, llavid Ewart, Gary Fagerson, Jeff Fairfield. Third Row: Vivian Faitz, John Faus, Al Feldman, .Tere Fellmann, Deborah Ferguson, Michael Ferris, Martha Fin- negan, Janice Finney, Linda Fluhrer. I-'uurth Row: Ted Fnliman, Barbara Fnndrie, Moira Ford, Richard Ford, Nancy Foreman, Richard Francisco, Linda Frank, Susan Frank, Bradley Franzen. Fifth Row: Anne Frisbie, Lynn Frue- chtenichl, Terrance Furlong, Timothy Furlong. Elizabeth Galloway, Marion Gamcnthaler, John Garland, Barbara Gatlin, Barbara Gauck. Sixth Row: William Geiser, Wayne Geisler, Claudia Gcrts, Pamela Getting, Timothy Gibler, Lynn Gillig, Mary Gil- more, Deborah Glander, Donald Glaser. Si-rf-nth Row: Rick Glaser. Robert Glea- son, Robert Gleichman, Nancy Grabow, Andrea Graczyk, Susan Grant, Susan Grasluorn, Warren Gray, Thomas Green. Eighth Row: Svoit Griffith, Fred Grossi, Janet Grossnickle, Glenn Gustit- us, Cindy Guy, Dennis Hacker, Gail Haemker, Wendy Hagenback, Rick Hahn. Ninth Row: Steven Hahn, Terry Haines, Patricia Douglas Thomas Harmon. Haldi-man, Robert Halsall, Hammond, Diana Hansen, llarding, Linda Harer, Bruce T4-nth Row: Sheila Harmon, William Harris, Paul Harth, Susan Hauf, Vir- ginia Hawley, Susan Heidt, Dianne Hcimsuth, Wilhert Heinemann, Regina lleiser. Eleventh Row: Henry Henry, Thomas Herbsl, Richard l-lvtke, Robert Hetzke, Deborah Heyer, Darius Hick- ling, Martha Hickox, Roxanna Higdon. Sandra Hilton. Twelftll Row: Deborah Hoban, Kimber- ly Hodges, Curtis Hodor, Robert Hoff, Michael Hopzzay, .loeseph Hooker, Wil- liam Horbowy, Craig Howard, Mark Howard. Thirtt-1-nth Row: Thomas Howe, Patricia Hruby, Susan Hubbard, Linda Hudak. William Hughes, Kenneth Hull, Barry Hunsickcr, Deborah Husted, Bruce Hutchins. I-'ourteenlli Row: Greg Inselberger, Nicholas lsaars, Alan Isaacson, Nancy Jacobs, Eva Jarnholm, Janet. Jaskula, Robert. Jensen, Warren Johns, Emmy Lou Johnson. Class of 1969 First Row: Lynn Johnson, Pamela Johnson, Robert Johnson, Susan John- son, Thomas Johnson, William Johnson. Jennifer Jones, Ronald Jones, Kenneth Jorgensen. Sq-1-mul Row: Douglas Judson, Patricia Kamp, Steven Karninski, Susan Kam' rath. Lcni Kastens, Michael Kzituvich. Thomas Keating, James K1-ilman, Ro- bert Kelly. Third Row: Susan Kendall, Sandra Kennedy, Michael Kephart, Jody Kes- sner, Larry Kiel, Lynn Kirchol't', John Klelsncr, Harold Klinger, Cynthia Kloepfol. Fourth Row: Ronald Klocpfel, Mary Knight, Bryce Knorr, Marybi-th Koch, Susan Koch, Karla Koeneke, Nancy Kokulak, James Kolari. Patricia Kope- sky. l-'itth Row: Marvette Kort, Mark Kramer, Deborah Krull, Mary Kubin, Laura Kudsk, Donna Kuharich, Alfred Kuhl, Jeanne Kunkel, Dana Lacker. Sixth Row: Tracy Ladd, Kenneth Lake, Allen Lalond, Anita Langerock, Michael Langhout, James Larson, Larry Larson, Scott Larson, Andrea Laslo. Seventh Row: Stephen Latta, Christie Laurin, Dana Laurin, Slrl Laurin, Cathryne Lauterburg, Bruce Leckie, Steve Lee, Trudy Lenicin, Charles Leuccke. Eighth Row: Leslie Lewis, Ernest Lidge, Richard Lighthall, Raymond Likcn, Patricia Lind, Pamela Lindsay, Kevin Lindsey, Linda Lockwood, Lcea Loughran. Ninth Row: Claire Lowell, June Lucas, Susan Luedeking, Gordon Luster, Luke Lykken, Terry Mainiero, Frank Mun- gan, James Manos, Linda Margel. Tenth Huw: Karen Markstrom, Terry Marschman, Bruce Marshall, Anita Marshall, Rohn-rt Marshall, David Mar- szalek, Steven Marum, Elizabeth Malt- man, Mary Mandcle. 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Sixth Row: Richard Pelland, Olga Perez, Joann Perrin, Denise Petersen Jeff Peterson, Fred Peyton, Kathleen Phillis, Glenn Pierre, Frederick Pless- ner. Seve-nth Row: Catherine Ploetz, William Price, Gary Prochaska, Steven Proeb- slle, Richard Przebieda, Melinda Puck- ett, Karen Radcliffe. Dun Rahtz, Mich- ael Raitt Eighth Row: Linda Ramsey, Basdaye llamsaroop, Barbara Razgaitis, Allison Reed, Lynda Reeves, Bruce Regione, Linda Reid, Deborah Reiss, Glenn Resch ke, Ninth Row: James Revelle, Linda Re- velle, Beth Rickerson, Fred Rlemer, Douglas Robb, Lynn Roberts, Deborah Robinson, Douglas Robson, Valarie Rodgers, 'l'4'n1h Row: Eileen Rodig, Richard Roeing, Linda Rogers, Jennifer Rollef- son, Mary Rossi, Janice Rothers, Cathy Rowe, Barhara Rowland, Daniel Ruff. Eh-vi-ntl: Row: Richard Ruth, Ralph liuthenherg, Michael Samlecky, Kather- ine Samson, Paul Santelli, Juan Sau- uwla, Karin Savich, Gary Srvhafersman, Thomas Scheffel. 'l'nelfth Row: Christine Schimph, Menda Suhimmel, Charles Schini, Charles Sch- laufman, Dean Schmelzer, Joseph Sch- midt, David Schneplie, Wayne Schrein- er. James Schuetz, Thirteenth Row: James Schuler, Har- bara Schultheis, Craig Scofield, Kenneth Sebesta, Cheryl Sefrled, Robin Seiler, John Selgracl, Mamlelyn Selgrad, Daniel Selleck. If'onrlen-nth Row: Steven Sesterhenn, Greg Shaffer. Mary Shaffer, John Shannon, Betty Shubeck, Dianna Shul- tz, Henry Silver, Scott Sinian, Mary Simpson, Class of 1969 First llmv: Pamela Sims, James Ska- hill, Gregg Small, Marian Snivntelc, Gregory Smith, Jeff Smith, Julia Smith, Michelle Smith, Susan Smith. Set-mul Row: Getwgianne Smurla, Victor Sutlerstrom, Davitl Somers, Todd Som- ers, Bunnie Suntag. Mit-har-1 Sfvprano, Nancy Suri-usen. Mt-luuin. Suuthartl, Alan Snwka. Third Row: Mark Spears, Debra Spen- tor, llonald Speese, John Spicer, Louis Splitturlif. S4--:tt Srt-tlnicki, Thomas Staavlt, Carol Staahl, lfanclall Stahl. l-'nurth Raw: Kathryn Stains, James Starkey, lmvifl Steele. Laurel Steele. Thumas Sta-fanik, Susan Stegcmeyer. l-lrut-u Stt-in, Cheryl Steii, Shirley Syein. l-'iftli ltmr: Laurel Stt-inn-r, William Str-lling, Paul Stevens. Thomas Stevens, Gaillyn Stier. Waltt-r Strait. Stew-u Stratton, Kathy Strnhen. Beth' Struck. Sixth Rem: Patrivia Strnthor, Douglas Stuebt-r. Robert. Suchomskl, Susan Swanezy. Thomas Swanson, Hubert Swim, Alexanrlt-r Syuen, Cynthia Tat-ge. Genevit-vo Tedrly. Sf-vt-nth Row: Kenneth Terry, James Thai, llonahl Thelantler, Duugtlas Thieman. Vicki Thiessen, Regt-r Thie- lt-n, Pamela Tlimmusuri, Teresa 'l'limnp- son, Kurt 'l'luunpstsn. Eighth Row: Jtltly Thyhony, liic-harfl Tintlall, Paul Tollefsun, Pamela Town- send, Richard Trahan, Judith Travis, Mary 'I'rihht-y, Vicki Truax, Ray Truel- Sen. Ninth Row: Donna Tunmi, James Ul- rich, Jvanne l'rirl:, Alan Valenzo. Paula Van Dellun, Dnnalrl Vogel, Valerie Voise, Kathryn Waara, Carolyn Waffle. 'l'1-nth Itmr: Armar XValker, XVilliarn Walker, Gregory Wallnt-r, Thomas Walsh, Suzanne VValter, John Warnock, Stephen Watkins, James Watt, William NVat.t. lilt-vc-ntli Row: Gene XVi1yman, Susan Weber. Michael Wet-tl, Steven Well- haust-n, Betty White, Janr-t White. Thomas White, William Whiteht-all, llavitt Wieixel. Tw:-lt'th Row: Steven Wicrman, St-att XVig:reu, Richard Wilhins, llanalfl Willie, Lynn Willie, Mit-hael Williams. Petzl-TY Willlamsun, Curtis Wilson, Donna Win- ters. Thirta-vnth limv: Patricia XVollvrman. Rhunmla Watt-I. Warren Wuuflarll, Nancy Wfs, Trutly Wuss, Margaret Wright. Celeste Wruhlewski, Peggy Wunclerlt-, Dehrvrah Yates. Fnurtor-nth ltmv: Marry Yount, Richard at-harias, 'l'hmnas Zachman, Kim Za- uzt-k, John Zaker, .Tulie Zin-lc, Susan Zilnxnt-r, Allan Zimmerman, Anne Zith- wus. ,-- , ,Al K 0 - ' 'fr "'i A ' . ., - , in XF' 1 ii S f I L 'ff X, K- ., 3 Ip Af' , 45. 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N:1111-y 1:1-1111-1112 Smiling 111 1111li1i11111i1111, m111111111111111a 111111111 R1'1'1'11s 111111 Ri111 1'1-11111111 111111512 LIL 1111' 111111111112 111 1111: CI111'1s111111s 111111. 1111 111 111'c11:11'11Li1111 11111 1111111111-1' 11111111-11gi11g 1111111' 111 l',1Z. clash s11111111111111'c girln WV2ll'l11 1111 with 5L'VL'1'111 111111131113 exercises l - 1 FRESHMEN CLASS BOARD lfwnzt Ron: janet Lense. Gail Collins, Debbie Hngill, tlalleen Cuilfoil, klirn Hilgenfeld, Tim Fitvpatrick, Melanie Maloney. Paula Ramsaier, Laurie LeChelt, lXlarjorie Bowen, Xrmnzl lime: Llenger Hilgenfeld, Marcia Ilolley, Judy XVillcox, Diane Staahl, Marianne Clausing, Sue Haedike, Diane Pzistriclt. Pat Freshmen Set Up G The Freshman class, 430 strong, was lead into the busy world olf high school by their counselors Mrs. Barber, Mr. Clark, and Miss Mueller. To them, high school was a new and bewildering experience. Fresh- man Orientation was sponsored by Student Council in May of 'lili to introduce the new frosh to Arlington High School. Also at tl1e beginning of this school year, members off Student Council acted as hall guides during the passing period to help the lost frosh get to their classes on time. The class of 1970 sponsored many projects throughout this school year. Fund raising projects were organized to add to their treasury. The I'rosh also sponsored a dance in May to gain some needed money. Any extra money in their treasury will be used for the prom they will sponsor in their junior year. In September the freshmen held elections and an assembly to elect their class board officers. Filling the office of president was Ken Malcohnson. tlenger Hilgenfeld was elected vice-president and Diane Staahl was elected secretary. Treasurer was Gail Collins and traffic court was Sue Ramsey. The fresh- men class board was open to all interested freshmen until November when board members were elected in each homeroom. All interested freshmen were in- vited to attend the class board meetings and join to help make their own class a very successful one. Shaughnessy, Sue Ramsey, Adrienne Voise, Marcia Boden- stetlt. Third Row: Carol Lepkowski, Karen Kirkland, Donna XVartl, Betsy Rossi, Scott McKay, John Keller, Ken Malcolm- son, -lim Maltman, Melinda lflodin, Gale SZlllCl'5, Lindsey Barton, -lane XVhitnell. ,lill Sthwank. oals For Future Year FRESHMEN CLASS BOARD OFFICERS Sfunrlingz Sue Ramsey, llianne Staahl, Gail Collins. Seaferlz Ken Malcolmson. Alenger Hilgenfeld. 145 ,Ve-U - ex ,f - 9, , ,. Z. 1. -ui.. ' 'fi , f- ' -. .fs . ,. t 1,3 ww. ,Lf , - I 2' " Q' , f K Y? Y ,+ :A , f'V. -V fix-N,g'f "-.1 Q ' . ,f f t M, et 1 , 4 'X tri.. gbffi mv:-. 4- 4,1 l' , " ,,,., L , . , - G- HW - ' 5? i L ,C . ? 9 , 1 ' . J -- ' A e S r wa i f . 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Third Row: Janet Atkins, Nancy Ard- vtte, Barbara Auger, Michael Auxier, Robert Baer, Heather Baird, Steven Bakas, James Banie, Dianne Hankn, Fourth Row: Lindsey llairton, .Terry Tlashlehvn. Randolph Bauer, Kun Bedle, Thomas Bellitu, Paul Bt-ngtsen, Ruhvrt Bt-nisvk, Dt-hm B4-mx, Laura Berli- Strom. Fifth Huw: William llerpgstruin, Gary Blulkmvslii, Juaiuie Hiebe-r, Vaniela Big- furd, Dtniglas Bisuhuf, Alison Black- hurn, Bri-nt Blmnquist, Christine Blom- quist, Kris Hlrmm. Sixth lhnr: Patrick Bluhm, Marcia Ilmlensxwlt, Ji-1'l'rt-y Bm-liler, James Bnkvlinzlnn, G1-ergo Bond, Linda Bonn, l't-tm-r Bm-clmrfl, Kathy Bm'p::irdt, Deb' nrah Hmi1'fai'Ll. Sm-vi-ntli Row: Marjorie Bowen, Llnda l-xmvlvr, liarhnra Boyd, Robert Boyett John Boylan, Richard Buylee, Garrett Bratlw, Frank Brennan, Mary Bren nan. Eighth Row: Barbara Bressler, Richarc Brcx. Donna Brink, David Brnukman Kevin Plruderick, NVilliam Bruderick .John Brrigan. Pat Bruissean, lliani Brouwer. Ninth Rnw: James lflrnwn, Knthleel Brown, Larry llrrlwn, in-hra Bruner Karcn Iirilnlw, .lamos Huhlltz, Scot Huukinghaim. Mit-hnel Him-liiiei', Pete-1 Bulmwslri, 'l'n-nth Row: Mary Bunnellc, Wnyn Burget, Blake Burlu-tt, Jean linrkitt Nanvy Burra, Lynne Hutler, Scott But li-r, Klnurul-n f':illahan, Bill Callahan. Eli-vi-ull: Row: Jost-ph Camp, Rnber rwiniphell, Dniiit-l Cannell, Audrey Carl nun, Vhristinu Carlson, Sheila Cassidy Daniel f'halii'mn1x, T:1ri Chandler rlvnmzv l'h:x1nnan. 'l'wvlftli Row: Ruger Chapman, Richarc m'hnrm:h, Louwanne Cisewski, Kristi Clark, Mary Clark, Bobctte Clarke Marianne Clnusing, Stephen Cleary .lilnvt llnchran. 'l'liirti-ruth kmr: Judith Collins, Thoma Conway, Sharon Cuok, Steven C00 Gail liordiner, Dana Corfman, Marth Corwin, Paul Crnarkin, Carol Culbursur l"mirt.t-4-iitli Row: John Curtain, Glen Cuzzort. Nanry Ilnhhert, Gary Dalbke Janice 132116, Deborah Danes, Larr Dilllllr. P1ill'il'ia Dean, Denise Doarcn. Class of 1970 First Row: James Deasey, Lesley Deeh- ring, Richard Delaney, Gall Demczyna, Susan Devault., Michael Dezonna, Roy Dingler, John Dlttman, Kathy Dollnajec. Sc-cond ltow: Ronald Doubek, Elizabeth Drake, Gregory Huff, Janice Dunn, Elyse Early, Kristine Ehlers, Kevin Ellertson, Donald Ellis, Glen Engelking, Third Row: Nancy Epsky, Rick Erick- son, Pedro Espinoza, John Ewalt, Carol- yn Fairhead, Christine Ferrario, Tim- othy Fichter, Charles Fischer, Stephen Fisher. Fourth Row: Timothy Fitzpatrick, Me- linda Flodin, David Foss, Candice Frankovic, Ann Franzese, Michael Freeman, John Frieburg, Frances Frigo, Thomas Frlsbie. I-'ifth Row: Joseph Frometa, Barbara Fugate, Kathleen Gaare, Ruth Gabler, Dianne Gardner, Jerry Gardner, Sherry Gayle, Christine Gehrig, Reinhard Gel- lert. Sixth Row: Edward Glmbel, Pat Givens. Lfnurie Godwin, Harold Goodman, Tobert Gorman, David Grandt, Gary Gratzer, Paula Greeley, Robert Green. Seventh Row: Paul Greene, Robert Greenwald, Daniel Grey, Alan Gronlund. Valerie Guenter, Colleen Guilfoil, Mari- lyn Hacker, Susan Haedike, Nicholas Hahn. Eighth Row: Christopher Haight. Kathleen Halre, Fred Halek, Meredith Hamilton, Peggy Hamilton, Rhonda Hamza. Judy Harms, Christine Garper, Gregory Harris. Ninth Row: David Gurt, Fred Harth, Michael Hartlg, Robert Hartung, Chris- tine Hasklns, Linda Hauf, Dorothy Hnuff, James Hnighey, Janis Hauptly. 'l'n-nth Row: Kevin Hayes, George Hayn. Patricia Hayward, Cathy Heckendorf. Wendy Hedberg, John Heffernan, VVil- llam Heffernan, Thomas Heimsoth, Patricia Henrlckson, Elm-ve-nth Row: Margaret Hermes, Ri- cardo Hernandez, Cynthia Herrick, Jean Herrmann, Constance Heycr, Kart-n Hilb, Dennis Hill, James Hilgenfeld, Jenger Hilgenfeld. Twelftli Row: Judith Hillert, Douglas Hochstetler, Sue Hodge, Robyn Hoese, Robert Hollenbonch, Marcia Holley, John Holloway, Andrea Holman, Linda Holste. 'Thirteenth Row: Jana Holt, Pamela Hooker, Marcia Horn. Jeffrey Howard. Susan Hruska, Wallace Hughes, Deb- orah Hugill, Janet, Hull, Joseph Hutch+ ings. Fourteenth Row: Anita. Huysmans, Susan Inselberger, Michael Isaacs, Mark Jacoby, Debra Jahnke, Bill Jarm, Leif Jarnholm, Jack Jenkins, Dale Jensen. ' -,sl F: ' , V 'M Q' , at if X 4' "' 2,5531 ' , . 1 H ' l if , lf em, -Q , Q S ' " '. Ji' ,Q jf, 1 T J ' P - - ,E ' 'I - A ' ' I im g V? qi I 'Him I MM" ga. ' , ., fy.- ll' 'Q ' Q. ' I r ,, ,Um , L , 1 I , L l X H , - v LKLL 7 'A , ' , , . ,fe ,Q .Q . . - ' S ' ge g K.. ' 4 ' , ,,, - ' , iff 'f ' ' f, ' . if ' xl? .4 ' Q: ! . - i?:??Z?1' f - - X 1 , , ef-, , J ,ff ve 4 I I 5 Y - V l', B .HAZ x I j, Q4 " W 1 - Q 4 " ' it . 1: ' A . ' ' , ,KVA A a,,,,,. ,,, V . 1, gy 0 , I, -A L eif Q . ' W' f K ' ' i ,Q 925, ' " 5 L-, ,lf if -'K I A ll J.,--. fd 151 L tn f if ' ' ,,.,,.,.. , , ,. , ' for V . A ' .mf tr, - ,, , ' -. A , , 'S u f - 2 ' ' ' if We H . J' -l W' - .., 5, l' ' " .. 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'Cp ,gd ' at ,,,' 1 F sQ!,.4.aim f ' X i gt- "' V V is A J - , ff? i ,, A -J J 1 lf- A rl'-Q-vii. 1 7 ff s J J .J as , if A.: ' J , U lj , nw S J " A' 1 f .fi J 'sf f- is 3 ii ' y if ' ,' , ,f M , : 143 Freshmen First Row: George Jirasek, Catherine Johns, Elizabeth Johnson, James John- son. Janet Johnson, Jeffrey Johnson, Linda Johnson, Richard Johnson. Su-colnl Row: Carol Jokiel, Robert Ka- dow, Patricia Kane, Linda Kanne, Ellen Kargol, James Katobich, Jo Kauchcr, Andrew Kehe, Germaine Kclhi, 'l'hircl Row: John Keller, Rosalie Keller, Jean Kellog, Thomas Kennedy, Steve Kenninger, Charles Kenny, Sherrie Khile, Joanne Kieca, Deborah Kimball. I-'mirth Row: Barbara King, William Kirchhoff, Phyllis Kirchner, Karen Kirkland, Terry Kluesing, Michael Knack, Bruce Knoll, Kerry Knox, Can- dace Koehler. Fifth Row: Jeannette Kocneke, Kevin Koeneman, James Koerner, Joann Kohn, Susan Kost, Kenneth Koster, Constance Kouzmanoff, Lee Kowalski, Mary Kranz, Sixth Iluw: Michael Kranz, Robert Krewer, Valorie Krieman, Robert Ku- bicek, Catherln Knbin, David Kurrasch, Jill Kurtz, Pamela Klirzka, John Km'- kendall. Seventh Row: Robert Kwiecinskl, Sheri Ann Ladd, Michael Ladue, Joanne La- lish, Celeste Landon, James Landwehr. Robert Landwehr, Mary Langerock, Carol Larson. Eighth Row: David Larson, Mark Lar- son, Robert Lasheff, Sharon Lasswell, Clifford Laufer, Laurie Lechelt, Marcia Lvister, Thomas Lemmons, Deborah Lenhardt. Ninth Row: Janet Lense, Carol Lepkow- ski, Christine Lerchenfeld, Suzanne Le- van, Victoria Lilleberg, Erick Linclblad, Denis Lindsey, Andy Locken, David Lockwood . T1-nlli Row: Randall Logsdon, Geoffrey Loncrgan, Margaret Long, Denise Lor- iss, Craig Loughrln, Robert Loughman, Nancy Louis, Tim Love, William Lumpp. Eleventh Row: William Lussman, Joe- seph Lynch, Michael Lynk, Christine Mackey, Joanne Maierhoffer, Lycia Main, Kevin Manning, Ken Malcolm- son, Melanie Maloney. 'Pwr-lflh llnw: James Maldman, Greg Mattix, John Mannos, Cathy Marsch- man, Marianne Marshall, Donald Mar- tel, Linda Martin, Janet Marum, Debra Maybec. Thirteenth Row: Lee McArthur, .Terry McDougall, Linda Mcellluse, Timothy McGrath, Scott McKay, Guy McMillan, Jacquelin McMillan, Robert McRey- nolds, Holly McWhinney. lfoilrtcmith Row: Bruce Mechllng, Joanne Mensching, Margaret Merkel, Michael Metzel, Diane Meuser, Barbara Meyer, John Meyer, Michael Micek, Richard Mlchalski. Class of 1970 First Row: Kenneth Miksta, Betty Mil- ler, Micaela Miller, Russel Miller. Janet Mills, Linda Mitchell, Jack Moeller, Kim Moore, Scott Morken. S1-cond Raw: Craig Moritz, Fred Mur- rison, James Morrison, John Morrow, Leroy Morse, Glenn Moyer, Larry Muel- ler, Suzanne Murdock, Richard Murphy. Third Raw: Mark Musich, Kenneth Mustain, Sandra. Naeher, Timothy Nagel, Alice Nagorny, Mary Nall, Susan Nelson, Ruth Nerlinger, Michael New- lin. Fourth Row: Thomas Nichols, Thomas Nickol, Scott Nielsen, Tina Nielsen, Paul Nystrom, Bradford 0'Berry, Lorie O'C0nner, John Oertel, Deirdre Often. Fifth Row: Stein Ohrstrom, Georgette Olsem, Karen Onieara, Todd Opela, Anne Owens, Shawn Page, Armando Palacios. James Parish, Sheila Parker. Sixth Row: Rex Parvin, David Vassar- clli, Diana Pastirik, Larry Patterson, Marcia Patterson, Richare Patti, Pam- ola Peck, Michael Pecnraro, Susan Pecora. Seventh ltmv: Bonnie Pederson, Emery Peek, Barbara Petersen, Steven Peter- son, Daniel Peyton, Elizabeth Pit-ree, Terry Pierce. Wayne Pierre, Linda Pilip, Eilrhth Row: Mary Piper, Diane Plant, David Pollard, John Pollitz, Irene Poro- wski, Virginia Powers, George Pretlick, Susan Pretto, Michael Ptibilski. Ninth Row: Bradley Prochaska, Lou- anne Purvine, Gail Quam, David Quig- ley. Judith Radtke, Leslie Raitt. Paula Ramsaier, Susan Ramsey, Jerome Ras- nak. T1-nth llnw: Christine Ratchek, Donna Rateike, Donald Rateike, Dick Rausch, Paul Reckwerdt, Belinda Reed, Janet Regan, Craig Reicler, Susan Reinhardt. Eleventh Row: John Reitmeyer, Sue Rice, Pamela Richey, VVilliam Ridder- ing. Michael Rleder, Cnllen Ringel, Richard Rizzio. John Roach, Brian Robb. Twelfth Row: Bonnie Roberts, George Roby, Miles Root, Delores Roper, Lor- etta Rosancki. Richard Rose, William Ross, Elizabeth Rossi, Barbara Roth. Thirteenth Row: Darrell Rowader, Jean Rudins, XVarren Rudy, Karen Rumgay, Thomas Ruprecht, Steven Rypkema, Paula Sadowski, Janet Saflarski, Wendy Sage, Fmutecntli Row: Lesley Salas, Gale Saucrs, Suzanne Saxton, Erika Sayre, James Schaefer, Kathy Scheuerman, Jean Scholten, William Schubert, Clif- ford Schultz. J ,-.. -8 4 . il. 1 Hts- .,, ,, . ' x X '-X , 'lf V. ,b ,Hy .. 3 61 A 4.4 5 -.fu ,af we - ' .. G' if ,, Q .b R 4 N. I x M 5-Zfrffiiaa-life Ti, K" W , ' ' T 1 ': J ,ii 'ff , . A t-1 Q ' . 'P .- l-J 'M -- 'Y 1,1- gg, f V A , , .A X 42651 16 "kv In X . ,dry -rv 'J"Js4.1 ' , . ,-w w e . sq V Vi ia. ' M' ff. t Q I .41 Q 1 3,4 b - ' -,",- ,f , K ,lg as H - ' xiftf' N- li f ai, It , I fe J -- , . x . fs E, X 'Tu X " 4 ,,,, , -? ,Y lx gfx' as K not i f ' V A Z i f -bil " ' AY.. ' ' Ll? " sms' ,E 'Fig L, , 7. Q ,lf N- Q k - Q '- f .ff I "Qi ' , J ff ' " V' , -W 'L s' . ,gf-1' I 3' ef x 1 2 ,M , .2 L J 5. J l, Ag, 'D 1' ' , 4 -' ' D Aff? K A - 1 f ll ' JL V1 12 . 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V , x 4, 5 " ' ' ' S ' ' Q ,, "S - -fe Q '- Q ' . . 5.55 ' ' 161 . 3 - . g ' 1fa.m, U-.A yi f 3 Q- ' , 5 - . H . ,Q s " ' . it " Ml M fi M I li N ,. ., I 5 ew- . W,Lx T E I I , , ge, li. , , I: Y , 1 V af ' ' ' - 1 I -' . z' j - Z gzgjn, ' .1 ' . H. , , , , - we U ' - K' ,, - A"b ,, in -'gi fi V A is r it Q, " ' 5 . - , - F " ' ' ' K ' - .1 M' H ' ' f 1 it 'ff' ' zifilfif ' -'fi A i J lr " yi H 1 f te' U 1 .- . V- e A "r e l " i' ' ..5,1f.,l"5-.. we " - .' .T w t? ,..f Ns -5 5 2 .. S az, 5 ,gh Q i- - 2, .V Q , E E5 A f 1 Q. 1 s :w.::2, , , WH-A 'x R 150 va '77, if A , L --f "-ae' az I Freshmen First Row: Jeffery Schulze, Jlll Sch- wank, Thomas Scott, Spring Sedlak, Susan Seelenblnder, Arthur Sergey, Barbara Sesterhenn, Dianc Shak, Glenn Shannon. Second Row: Robert Shartle, Pat Shauilhnessy. John Shervey, Kimberly Sheviak, XVilliam Short, Jeffrey Shu- mate. Craig Sjogren, Alan Sleger, Jef- frey Smith. Thlrd Row: Monique Smith, Patricia A. Smith, Patricia M. Smith, Sharon Smith, Elise Spears, Robert Spencer. Susan Spethmann, Joy Marie Spies, David Spink. Fourth Row: Robert Spoerlein, William Sporleder, Diane Staahl, Jean Stage, Robert Stains, Monica Stansbury, Rich- ard Stanczak, William Stark, Martha Jo Stephens. I-'lfth Row: Sue Stcrnbcrg. Carol Ste- wart, Juliana Stewart, Alice Stigger, James Stipp, Jeffrey Stockdale, VVarren Stout, Robert Strcit, William Strickler. Sixth Row: Gary Strock, Dave Struder, Shirley Strazelecki. Donald Stumpf, Kenneth Suchomski, Susan Sundcen, Sigrid Sundstrom, Thomas Sward, Shir- ley Taillon. Seventh Row: Peter Tanis, George Tannery, Patricia Taylor, Susan Taylor, Glenn Temko, Kenneth Templin, Paul Thompson, Dale Tlbbits, Randall Tobin. Eighth Row: John Tollefson, Robert Tm-no, Carol Tortorice, Alan Townsend, Terence Traina, Joy Travis, Herbert Trulove, Mary Ellen Toumi, Elizabeth Turkcan. Ninth Rnw: David Ullrich, Lou Under- wood, Thomas Ungaro, Lynnda Useld- ing, Robert Van Bladel, Carol Vande- vgte, Deborah Vanek, VVesley Van- wlnkle, Debra Vogel. Tenth Row: Adrienne Voise, Cathy Vombraclc, Stephen Von Ebers, Carolyn Wacaser, Evelyn Wagner, Linda Wag- ner, Richard Wakley, Nancy Waldhues- ser, Norman Wall, Eleventh Row: James XVallner, Michael Walsh, Patricia Walsh, Linda Walter. Janet Walters, Bonnie Walworth, Donna Ward, Doug Ward, Pamela W'ard. Twelfth Row: Linda Ware, Patricia VVayman, Jeffrey Warr, Mary Weaver, Michael Weber, Rohnrt Weber, Gary W:-gner. Jeffrey Wehrmf-ister, Dale Weidner. Thirteenth Row: Dorothy Weidner, Vince YVeidner, Michael Weiler, Richard Wells, Lorie Wendorf, Cherie Westedt, Deborah Whiting, Jane Xvhitnell, Kyle Wierlerhold. Fourteenth Row: Judy Willcox, William Wille, Karen 'vVilson, Delynn Wlinkel. man, Mark Winters, Samuel Wit, Wll- liam Witcher, Susan Wojtkiewicz, Peter Wolff. ?,,,.,l,. , CLASS OF 1970 ' ' First Kon: Krisiinn XVo1ter. , Q 5 4 x A mi Jarnos Wfimlwnrii. Marilyn Z , -it Wrolrln-wski, Bruce Wylie. 6 'U XY NL V -P Richard Zuclimzm. Burbzira af f N 'Q :yi V xx 'f Zaker, Rob:-rt Zzxker, Patri- Y 'ev f- 4 - '+. cizr Zsiluil, Dohm Znre. fn r L Ez.. ' I x wi ll L5 il . I fi 5' - , wg'-2:12 V . , Www , , if' sm-limi num: mvm mek, A ' . ' ' Elizzibvtlr Zilr-n. Pamela X gf" Zuellivk. Dnnnza 'I-iurtels, - l Susan Hr-dfmfri, Larry Geyer, 4 f ' Jim Juhnsnn, Gcnrgo Pzivlo- . ., ui. fx' - V viirs, Pin i'npiii-ii. wi llrcwsccl in Smiling CUSIIIIIICS. ilu' l'1I'L?5llIIl2lll Boys' illmrus Pmucllx singx U,'XIlfll0l'h .Xwcigliu cluring the lzrlcnl show. .I:1nc'L 1,4-im: :xml liin Lc'l'L'1liu11i1's lm' Ilicil' lilsl liim' until llltj' livcmm' suni CIliL'cl'le2lclC1'5 il.ullu Llic linsluimii Img 111 linpvi tlivx' will buy Hlllllk'ifJIIIlIlg llowcrs im mr- girls i Mmm' Il2l1'llLlpllIC in lmiilvcriiiiiiig ou. 3 it it 11 t E lVith all thoughts ol' '67 Hciglzls off their minds, editors and staff members relax at at game of cards. Well Deserved nd Our school year is ended: every copy, head, and caption has been Written: and that last deadline has been met. After a year of hard work and concentra- tion, the '67 Heights has been completed. Our goal was to recreate the happenings and excitement of the past year with creativity and variety. YVC could not have done it without the help of our advisor, Mr. Robert Boesel. XVe would especially like to thank senior Paul Bowen for his assistance in taking some pictures when a professional photographer wasn't available. XVhat is a yearbook without' editors? The constant work of our editors, Barb Broscovak, Pam Johnson, and John Ploetz, shows brightly in this yearbook. NVC also greatly appreciated the help given to us by Mr. David McConnell of the lienton Review Publishing Company. lVe would also like to thank the Durand Manufacturing Company and Mr. Rob- ert Merriman for producing the cover and Mr. Larry lVclls ol' the Associates Engraving Company. A spe- cial thanks goes to Mrs, Dompke and Mrs. Schultz from Root Studios along with all the photographers. The Sports Department expresses its sincere thanks to Mr. Bob Casterline of the Arlington Day and to Mr. Bob Frisk of Paddock Publications. l52 ppreciated Ending A final note of thanks goes to the following people, the members ol' the I-Ieightx staff, who rendered their time and services for a better Hezfghtrvz Paul Bowen Barb llroscoyak Cathy Bube Linda Carlson Ann Cournoyer Carolyn Dalley Linda Dix Dave Draclnnan Sally Faner .Ian Geyer Klan Hilgenfeld Monica Hoggay Cail Hollinger Pain Johnson Pat Kamp .Indy Mandolini Karen Markstrom Penny Meyers julie Nowack Mary Barb Olson llohn Ploetz Mary Donn Rossi Kristi Schwank Sally Shannon Torn lValsh A Aagaara, Paula C11 . ....,..... .....,....... 1 46 Ahajian, Allen 111 .............,....,....... 146 Abbott, Vaughn 131 .. 67. 89, 109, 133 Abbott, Richard C41 ................,...---. 127 Abel, Joyce 121 .....,.. 73, 138, 139 Abel, Nancy 131 ..,............. 67, 133 Abel, Paul 141 ..,,...... ...,....... 6 4, 113 Abney, Robert 441 ..... , .,,,.....,..., 113 Abt, Christine 141 .....,, .,.......,,..,...... 1 13 Abt, David f31 --vv 66, 67, 132, 133 Accarrlo, Tim 631 . ...,.. 67, 110, 133 Adams, Elizabeth f11 .. 56, 63, 81, 146 Adams. Judy 421 .. 72, 73, 139, 97, 138 Adams, Margaret. 121 .. 73, 138, Adams, William U1 .... .....,,.. 8 5. 145 Agnes, Dennis C11 .,....... ,.,, . .. 86, 146 Agnes, Roberta f31 ............ 67. 133 Aguirre, David Q21 ......,..,f.,------- 73. 139 Aguirre, Eugene 131 ........ 67, 113, 134 Aldrich, Christopher 131 ....,......,.. 134 Aldrich, Joy H1 .........,A..,,,, . ....--- 146 Alexander, Christin C11 .... ,,..... .........,... Alexander, Deborah 131 ........ 81, 133 Alexander, Paula f31 ,.... ,. ..... 60, 72 Allen, Carolyn 131 ..,, 67, 95, 103, 133 Allen, Nancy f11 ....,,,,.........-.------ - 145 Allen, Steven Q41 .... 84, 85. 90, 92. 113 Allendorph, Arthur 121 ..,..... 73, 139 Alm, James C11 ..........,...... 4, A,.--.- 146 Almdale, John f11 ---.------ ....-. 9 9, 146 Almdale, Judith C31 ....... ,,,,. S 7, 133 Altergott, Nancy 141 ,,,, ..-..--..- 1 13 Amsz, Donna f31 ....... . ...-..-------.-- ...---- 6 7 Anderson, Arthur C31 ..........,, 67, 133 Anderson, Barbara 121 ,...,... 73. 139 Anderson, Carl Q11 .......-.------.1-.-..-- 85 Anderson, Christen 641 .... 53. 70, Anderson, Gary 421 ,,,,...- 94, 109. 139 Anderson, Gloria 141 .... 64, 73, S7- Anderson, HHFFY Q31 .........,,. 67, 133 Anderson, Janice C11 .,.. ..,---.-.- ----- 1 4 6 Anderson, Jeanne C31 .... 67. 70. 72. 95, 103. 133 Anderson, Mary f11 ,. .........,......,,.. 133 Anderson, Mary Ruth i31 ........ 67, 133 Anderson, Thomas 411 .,,,....,... 86, 146 Andres, Lawrence f21 ..,.......-- 73. 139 Andrews, Regina K41 ..-.- ----7----- 1 13 Andrews, Tracey 111 ..,. ,, ....... 146 Angeloff, Carla 111 .... -1-------- 1 46 Angus, Bonnie 141 -----..- fe .----- 78' 113 Ankerberg, Joanne f11 ---- -------- 1 46 Ankerberg, William C31 ..-- 67. 31. 133 Annen, Cary f-41 .... 84. 90, 102. 113 Anthony, Marsha 141 --------....---- 95. 113 Antrim, Rodney 421 A .....1.. ...1-. 7 3- 139 Antrim, Theodore 111 -----.1-..-.1-.7---- 145 Argust, David 111 ..,,..,. 80, 101, 146 Armour, Richard fll -----f-.------7- 146 Armstrong, Dale C31 .... 67, 99, 133 Armstrong, David C21 .... 73, 86, Amdt, victoria 723 ......., ,, 73. 139 Arnold, Karen C21 ......,,,...-.-. 73- 139 Ashworth, Melissa Q31 ,... 67. 87. 133 Atkins, Douglas 131 .... 67, 89, 95, 133 Atkins, Janet 111 ....., .-----. --.--------.-- 1 4 5 Atkins, Jeffrey f41 . ...,,., 60, 94, 113 Atwater, Richard I41 ..,,....,... 98. 113 Audettc. Nancy f11 ........ .............,. 1 46 Auer, Vicki Q31 .1-- 67. 70. 51- 101- 108, 133 Auge, Barbara 111 ......,,........ 81, 145 Auxier, Michael KE31 .........,............ 146 Baer, Robert f11 , ........., 88. 94, 146 Baines, Catherine 141 69, 98, Baird, Heather C11 , ---- ..------ 7 5- 145 Bakas, David 141 ...... ,.,. 1 07, 113 Bakas, Steven C11 ...., .... 8 6, 146 Baker. Pamela Q41 ....., ..,,..,..,,...... 1 13 Bakowski, Dorothy f41 ,.,. 69, 72, 113 Ballou, Kathie 121 . .,., ........... 7 3, 139 Bang, Leslee 121 .,.... ,.........,.. 7 3, 139 Banie, James f11 . ,,.,,,,.... .... , ..,..,,. 1 46 Banko, Dianne 111 ........ 57. 70, 145 Baranowskl, Laura 141 .... 87. 94, 113 Barkulls, Thomas Q41 .......,......,..... 113 Barnett. Bonnie f31 .... 55, 67, 78, 112, 133 Barrett, Patricia Q21 .... 55, 73, 74, 138, 139 Barrett, T0m C11 ................------ ------ 1 46 Barry, Kathleen 131 .... .,.,.... ---- 1 3 3 Barse, Susan 131 ....... .---- 5 7. 133 Bart, Thomas Q21 .. ,, ,...... 73, 139 Bartels, Donna 111 ...,,.......,,....,. 76, 151 Barteli, Walt 131 .... ., 67, 10,9 133 Bartholomew, VVayne f21 .,,. 73, 86, Barton, Lindsey 111 ....,,....,..... 145, 146 Bashleben Jerry f11 ...... .... ...... 1 4 6 Baschleben, John C41 ......,...,.,,.... 113 Bates, Paulette 141 .........,..,,,,........ 113 Battistoni, Orchard Q21 .... 56, 72, 73, 139 Bauer, Donald C21 ........ ,.... 7 3, 139 Bauer, Kathleen Q31 . ..... ...... 6 7, 133 Student Index Bauer, Randolph Q11 .. 146 Bauler, Noel 421 .,.. ...,.. 73, 139 Baule, Ross M1 ..,,..,..,.................. 113 Baumgartner, Brad Q41 ....., ,. , , 113 Baumgartner, James 121 ,.,. 73, 86, 94, 109, 139 Bayert, James H. 1,31 .,.,,,,,..,, 67, 133 Bedder, Gerald 441 .. , 113 Bebber, Robert f31 .,..... , .,....., 133 Becker, Bonnie f21 ..., ..,....,,. 7 3, 139 Becker, Rlchann H. C31 ,..,.....,...,......, Beckley, Greg 121 ..,, 73, 107, 139 Bedford, Norma f11 .,.,,,,,,.,,,.,,.,.,,. 151 Bedingfield, Bruce Q41 ...,,, ,..... . , 113 Bedle, Klm C11 ,, .......,.............,...... 146 Bednarz, Walter C21 ....,... 73. 86, 139 Beeks, Dorothy t41 .. .,., ,.... 3 3, 113 Beeks, Richard f31 .... ,..... 6 7, 133 Behrens, Todd 121 .....,., ....,... 7 3, 139 Belllno, Dominic C31 . .........,, ......,..., 6 7 Belllto, Michael J, f31 ,... 67, 85, 133 Belllto, Thomas f11 ...........,........ 146 Belzer, Michelle J. 131 ..,, 67, 87, 97, 133 Bengztsen, Paul f11 ..,.... ..., 1 46 Benisek. Robert 111 ..,......,..,,.,...,,,,. 146 Bennett, Sandra 131 ..,..,..,................. 67 BENCH. Cindy C21 .. 72, 73, 91, 138, 139 Benoit, John f31 ........ 67, 85, 133 Benson, Raymond 121 ............ 73, 139 Bentz, Debra 111 ..,..,.,..... ,,,....... . 146 Berg, Paulette J, f31 ...... 67, 78, 110, 133 Berggren. Cheryl K. 121 68, 70, 73, Boyles, Virginia K41 .... 55, 73, 80, 81, 103, 108, 114 Brady, Jeffrey f21 .....,.,......,. 73, 139 Brand, Christopher J. K31 .... 56. 67, 96, 108. 133 Brand, Judith Q21 ..,.,,.... 139 Brandau, Delton 441 ........ 29, 127 Brandt, Susan 431 .,... ,, 67. 73, 133 Brankovich Elll 121 .... 72, 73, 79, 97. 112, 139 Brantner, Sandra L., 121 ..,..... 73, 139 Brask, Gerald C21 .... . ,,..,,,. .... . 73, 139 Bratko, Garrett 111 ,, .,.. 86, 94. 146 Brauer, Mark W. C21 ..,..... 73, 139 Braun, Kathleen R. Q31 ,,.. 56. 66, 67, 73, 96, 132, 133 Brennan, Frank 111 ......,..,.,., .... . 146 Brennan, Mary C11 ................., 146 Bressler, Barbara f11 ......,. ..... , , 146 Brewer, Jan f-41 54, 55, 57, 64, 96 114 Brex, Richard 111 .......,.,................ 146 Brice, Susan K21 .... .... 6 3, 73, 139 Bright, Robert f21 ..,......... 73, 86, 139 Brink, Diane 131 .......... .... 6 7, 133 Brink, Donna C11 ., ........................ 146 Briscoe, Bonnie A. Q31 .... 54, 55, 67, 77, 112, 133 Broadfoot, Thomas A. f21 ........ 73, Brock, Ralph E. 121 .... 73, 107, 139 Brockman, David 111 .... .......... . 146 Broderick, David f11 ,.............,..... 146 Broderick, Kevin 111 .... .... 1 01, 146 Broderick, Ruth C41 ........., ., 127 Broderick, William f11 , ,,,,,..,,.,... 146 Brogan, John f11 ...,...........,............ 146 Brogdon, Ellen C. K31 56, 67. 95, 133 Brooks, Susan 141 ,, 64, 72, 103, 1071 11 Broscovak, Barbara C41 .. 54, 58, 88. 107, 114 Broscovak, Linda 131 ..... ....... 6 7, 1,33 Brosseit, Paul 141 . ....... ............... 1 14 Brost, John 141 78, 90, 98, 104, 105, 110, 114 Brousseau, James 121 ...... 73, 98, 139 Brousseau, Pat 111 ...,,, , 99, 146 Brouwer, Diane Q11 ...... ,, ............ 146 Browark, Craig I31 , ....., H 67. 68 Brown, Carletta M. 131 ,... 55, 67, 81, 94, 133 Brown, James C11 ....... ...,....,.. 1 46 Brown, Jeff I 1 .....,... ......................... 7 8 Brown, Kathleen C11 .,..,. ,.... 7 2, 146 Brown, Larry f11 ..,........ ..... 8 0, 146 Brown, Lansing 141 .........,.......... 114 Brown, Lee M. 131 ......,..... 67, 133 Brown, Linda. C21 .... 73 39, 138, 139 Brown, Marianne I21 .,.. 56, 70, 73, 138, 139 Brown, Michael f41 ..,..... , ...,....,,.. 114 Brown, Robert 441 .... ....... 1 14 Brown, Scott 141 ...... ............. Browning, Betty 141 ...,. 75 Browning, George C31 67, 133 Bruner, Debra 111 ....,...... .............. 1 46 Bruner, Jane L. 131 ,,.... 67, 133 Brunke, Karen 611 ....... .......... , ,. 146 Bruscato, Bruce 121 ....... 139 73, Bryk, Kathleen S. Q21 .,....,. 73, 75,139 139 Berggren, Kenneth 641 .... 77, 78, 110, 113 Bergstrom, James 431 .... 67, 102, 133 Bergstrom, Laura Q11 ,............... .... 1 46 Bergstrom, William l11 .........,.. 86, 146 Berngen, Diane C41 ........ 133, 60, 113 Blalek, Stephanie 121 56, 68, 139 Blalkowski, Gary f11 .... ........ 9 9, 146 Blanca, Josephine A. 121 ............ 139 Bianca, Judith C21 .........,.... ......... 1 39 Bieber, Catherine 131 .,.,................ 133 Bieber, Doonald R. Q21 .... 86, 105, 139 Bieber, Joanne 411 ........................ 146 Bieber, Judith 141 ............,....... 29, 114 Blerma, Richard E. C31 ......,,.,., 133 Bigford, Pamela C11 .... 56, 76, 146 Bird, Anthony 121 ........................ 139 Bischof, Douglas C11 .................... 146 Bischoffer, Tim J. C31 ................ 133 Bishop, Krista 121 .................... 78, 139 Biwer, David Q21 .,...................... 139 Bjornson, Cheryl A. C21 .....,.. ,, 139 Blackberg, Kevin D. C21 ..... .... . .. 139 Blackburn, Alison 111 ................ 146 Blackburn, Briggs B. f31 .. 85, 108, 133 Blackwell, Bruce f21 ....... ....... 1 39 Blair, James R.. C31 ....,.. ......,....... 1 33 Blakeman, June t21 ............ 70, 139 Bless, .Tacquelyn R. 421 .... 78, 138, 139 Blevins, Patricia 141 ............ .... 68 , 114 Bliss, Betty Q41 .......... .............. 1 27 Bliss, Lucy N. f31 ........., ,... . ., 91, 135 Blomqulst, Brent f21 ...... .......... 1 46 Blomqulst, Cristine C11 . .....,. ....... 1 46 Blomqulst, Linda J. 131 ....... . ..,..... 67 Blomqulst, Richard 141 .... 22, 78, 92, 100, 110, 114 Bloom, Martin f31 ......... ...... 6 7, 133 Bloss, Alan Douglas C31 ...,,,., 67, 133 Bluhm, Patrick Alan Q11 ..., 70, 146 Bobka, Anthony L. 141 ..,. ,.., 7 0, 114 Bodenstedt, Marcia 111 .... 57, 76, 145, 146 Bodenstedt, Ronald C31 ...,............ 133 Boehler, Clifford Q31 .... 67, 85, 133 Boehler, Jeffrey 111 ....,.,............. 146 Bokelmann, Cheryl K41 .... 78, 110, 131 Bokelmann, James f11 ...,.... 86, 146 Bolduc, Brian J. 421 ............ 73, 139 Bolduc, Wendy C41 ........ 78, 110, 114 Bomes, Richard O1 ...........,,,............ S6 Boncimino, Denny 121 ............ 81, 86 Boncimino, Kristi 111 ..... ..,. ..... 5 6 Bond, George f11 ......, ,. ......, 146 Bonn, Linda 111 ........ ........., 1 46 Borchard, John Q31 .... .... . 67, 133 Borchard, Peter f11 .... .......... 1 46 Borgardt, Kathy 411 .................,,, 146 Bossert, Dennis t21 ......,............. 73, 139 Bossert, Ralph C. Q31 ........ 67, 133 Bouffard, Deborah C11 .........,.......... 146 B0ul0S, Daniel L. C31 ........ 67. 133 Bourbon, Janice 121 ...., 55, 73, 139 Bowen, Marjorie 111 .... 57, 62, 73, 146 Bowen, Paul C41 ..48, 58, 60, 71, 74 114, 131 Bowler, Linda K11 , ...,,,,.....,.,..,,,,,, 146 Bowles, Gloria P. 131 ,,,,...,,,,. 67, 133 Boyd, Barbara 111 ..,., ,,,,,,,,,,,,, 1 46 Boyd, Bruce 131 ........ .... 6 7, 133 Boyett, Lance C 1 ...... ...,,, ,, 99 Boyett, Robert 111 .... ,..... S 0, 146 Boylan, John ily ...... ,. ,..,, , .,,.. 99 Boyles, Richard Q11 .... 80, 94, 146 Bube, Cathy J. 131 .... 58, 59, 67, 98, 133 Bublitz, Dale E. f31 ., 67, 73, 110, 133 Bublitz, James Q11 , ..............,..... 146 Bublitz, Kenneth Q41 .... 78, 110, 114 Buckingham, Scott 111 ................ 146 Buechner, Michael t11 ........ 146 Buehne, Richard A. 121 .... 73, 81, 109, 139 Bukowski, Nancy 441 .... 33, 60, 90, 91, 110, 127 Bukowski, Peter C11 ................ 86, 146 Bunnelle, Mary C11 ...........,........ 146 Burget, Janet 141 ..... .... , 60, 114 Burget, Nancy 031 .... 57. 67, 72, 103, 133 Burget, Wayne 111 ................. .. 146 Burkett, Blake f11 ......................, A 146 Burkltt. Jean f11 ......... ..,. . 62, 146 Burr, Linda C31 .... 57, 64, 67, 78, 94, 112, 133 Burra, Nancy U1 .......................... 146 Burns, John f41 .,.,...., ,,.... , 1 ....... 114 Busch, Greg f41 .... 21, B9, 90, 114 Busch, Stephen Q31 .. 53, 67, 70, 93, 94, 100, 133 Bushnell, David Q41 ........,..... . ......... 114 Butcher, Robert Q41 , ................... 114 Butler, Lynne 111 ....... .... 5 6, 76, 146 Butler, SC0l.t Q11 .... 80, 81, 105, 146 Butler, Scott R, 121 ........,,..,... 73, 139 Buttenob, Chris 121 .... 73, 94, 107, 139 Bylski, Karen A. C21 ........ 73, 139 0 Callahan, Barbara L41 .,.. 55, 7-3, 87, 114 Callahan, Bill f11 .....,,,.... ,, ,.,,,,,,,,,, 146 Callahan, John A. C21 .......... .... 1 39 C3113-han, MHFY 131 .... ............ S 7, 133 Callahan, Maureen C11 ..... 63, 146 Callahan, Tom f41 ..... .,... , 100, 127 Camp. Joseph 111 ...... ..,.... .... 88 , 146 Campbell, Robert ID --.. ., ......,. 146 Campbell, Robert P, 121 ., ...... 105, 139 Connell, Daniel C11 ..,,... .,.,...,,,, 1 46 Cappello, Michael 121 .... ...... 1 39 Carbonc, Lynne 421 ..... ,..... 1 39 Cadona, Louis C31 ,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, Cael, Gary f21 .........,. ...,,, 1 39 Carlson. Amy 121 ..., ........, 1 39 Carlson, Audrey f11 ..... .... 7 6, 146 Carlson, Christine C11 ........ 72, 146 Carlson, Glen 121 ........ , ,,., 139 Carlson, James I41 ..,..,, ...,,,,,.,,, , ,, 114 Carlson, Joan 131 .,.. N .,..,,,. 57, 133 Carlson. Linda C31 .... 53. 59. 91, 133 Carlson, Marcia 141 .....,,,,,.,,,.,,,.,.,, 7 127 Carlson, Richard f31 ....... .... . 98. 133 Carlson, Thomas K21 ............ ,, 73, 139 Carr, Susan C21 .... 49, 56, 138, 139 Carroll, David f41 -'-. - ...,, ....,...,..... 1 29 Carroll, Roger 141 .......................... 114 Carncross, Scott 131 .................... 133 Carns. Deborah 131 ................ 78. 133 Carter, Suzanne 421 .... 56, 70, 79, 138, 139 Casavant, Laurie C21 ............,.,..... 139 Cashion, Charles 131 ........ .... ........ 1 3 3 Cassidy, Mary f41 .... .........,. 7 4, 114 Cassidy, Rory f31 .... 25, 81, 89, 90, 102 133 Cassidy, Sheila 111 .... ,.... ..... 7 3 , 146 Cassidy, Teresa Q21 .... 56, 70, 87 139 Cazel, Coral 131 ,. 67, 72, 96, 103, 133 Chalifoux, Daniel 111 .................... 146 Cnalifoux, James C31 .......... . 133 Chandler, Tari C11 .. ............ 70, 146 Chandler, Tom 131 ................ 84, 133 Chapman, Dorothy K41 .... 48, 78, 91. 127 Chapman, George f11 .... ...,......,. 1 46 Chapman, Jamie I41 ..... ...,. 1 27 Chapman, Roger 111 ..... . .... 146 Chapman, Susan L31 .........,....,..... 133 Chaps, Douglas Q31 .....,.,,....... ..81, 133 Chase, James 141 ................... . 64, 114 Chin, Betty 141 ......,. 26, 87. 114 Chin, Marlene 121 .,...,..........,,,,........ 139 Cnlupsa, Nancy 141 ....,.,..., ,.......... . . 115 Chodera, Susan Q41 44, 48, 52, 95, 115 Christenberry, Marcella 131 ..,......... 133 Christensen, Diane f21 ...,.... 74, 139 Christensen, Sue 121 ....,..., ,,,,,,... . 139 Christophersen, Jane Q31 .... 68, 133 Christophersen, Nancy C21 .... 57, 81, 139 Christopherson, Nancy 121 .... 57, 81, 139 Christy, Lowell I-41 .... 47, 48, 52, 62, 75, 80, 100, 115 Church, Richard 111 ............. ....,.. 1 46 Cies, .Tan 141 ........., ,.,. . 56, 57, 115 Ciscwski, Louwanne f11 ........... , 146 Claney, Sherwell C31 .... 78, 91, 133 Clarbour, Richard 121 ............ 99, 139 Clark, Kristin f11 ,...,...,. ,.............. 1 46 Clark, Mary C11 ,..........................,.. 146 Clark, Robert K41 ...............,.....,,,..........,. Clark, Stephen C41 .,.. 53, 62, 78, 79, Clark, Thomas Q41 ........................ 115 Clarke, Bohette 01 .... 70, 76, 146 Clausing, Bonnie 131 ................,..... 133 Clausing, Marianne Q11 .... 48, 56, 145, 146 Cleary, Stephen 111 .,......., , ,.... 86, 146 Clemans, Catherine 131 .... 56, 78, 132, 133 Clemmonse, Keith C21 ...,................ 139 Cochran, Craig f31 ............ 85, 93, 133 Cochran, Gary 141 ..,........, 84, 115 Cochran, Janet 111 .....,.. 56, 76, 148 C0f0id, Charles 121 ,,,, .. ......,..,.,... 139 Colburn, Chary f21 ..,... ..... 5 5, 139 C0le, Beth C41 ....,,,,.....,..........,....... 115 Coleman, James 141 .... 64, 71, 104, 115 Coliannl, Kathleen C41 ......,.....,,,..,,, 115 Collins, Byron C41 ..., 81, 89, 90, 102, 115 Collins, Gail f11 ..,....... ...... 9 5, 145 Collins, Judith 411 ..,,,,,.. ,,,. . ....,.. 1 46 Collins, Raymond C31 .... 93, 133 Comer, Jank 131 ....... .. ...,.. 133 Comer, C. Ann f21 .... , ......... 139 Coniglio, Kathleen f31 ........ 27, 133 Conley, Stephen C41 Y, ......,.. .......... 9 2 Conrad, Dennis 121 ........ 81, 105, 319 Conroy, Deborah C31 .........,.. 67, 133 Conway, Gail 421 .,.......... 81, 138, 139 Conway, Thomas C11 ........,........... 146 Conzett, Susan 131 ,........ 57, 78, 133 Cook, Martha C31 ........ 53, 78, 133 Cook, Sharon C11 ,,,,., ..,........ 6 2, 146 Cook, Steven f11 ....... 66, 146 Cook, NVilliam K31 --.. ,,....,.,.......... 1 33 Corbett, Susan 121 ..................,. 72, 139 Corder, Linda C21 ,,,.... . 55, 138, 139 C0rdiher, Gail 111 ......,, 56, 81, 87, 146 Ccrfman, Dana. 411 ,,,,...,,,,,,,,, 57, 146 Corfman, Sandra 141 ,.., 55, 56, 73, 81, 115 Corkell, Carole 131 .,.,.. ,,,.,.. 7 2, 133 Corkell, Sean 421 ...........,. .,.... 1 39 Cornelius, Stepan C21 ..... ......... 1 39 Corrado, Kenneth 431 ..,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,, 1 33 Corwin, Margaret C41 ..... ..,. 2 3, 115 153 Corwin, Martha 111 ,. ....,.....,.,. 146 Corwin, Mary 131 ----.... 53, 70, 133 Cory, Thomas 141 ,,.......... 53, 90, 115 Cournoyer, Ann 121 .... 56, 58, 59 70, 74, 139 Cox, Barbara 121 ,,.., . ,................. 139 Cox, Patricia 141 ...... 53, 115 Coy, Stephen 131 ...... .,.. 7 1, 133 Craddock, Cindy 121 ...., .......... 5 9 Craig, Mary 1-11 ,. ,,,, 127 Cranmer, April 121 ,,...... ..., 1 39 Crawford, Nancy 131 ..., , ...,.,, 133 Crenmer, Constance 121 ................ 133 Creswell, George 121 .,.. 99, 109, 139 Criswell, Betsy 121 ....,,, ......., 8 7, 139 Croarkin, Paul 111 .,,,,,,,..,. 29, 146 Croarkin, VV'illiam 131 .... 85, 108, 133 Crockett, Robert 121 ,,,,.. 63, 105, 139 Crockett, Wayne 131 ........ 71, 98, 133 Cronauer, Marianne 121 .,.. 55, 74, 138, 139 Cronin, Cathleen 121 ....... .....,..,. 1 39 Cronin, Christy 141 .... . ....... 115 Cronin, Jim 141 , .1,. ,,,,,. . W Crossin, John 141 .,.....,.............. .. 115 Culberson, Jody 111 ,, ..... 56, 76, 146 Culberson, Keith 131 84, 85, 93, 108. 133 Cummings, John 121 ............,,.. 81, 139 Cummings, Sltephanl 121 .... 70, 74, 139 Cunningham, Kevin 131 ,, ............. 1,33 Cunningham, Maureen 121 .... 62, 68, 139 Curtain, John 111 ,,,, 86, 101, 146 Curtin, Jack 141 .,.,,. ., ...,.. .,.... . Curtin, Robin 131 .. 55, 56, 78, 79, 133 Curtis, Alan 131 ..r,.... .,....,...... ,,..,. 1 3 3 Cushing, Pattiann 121 .,.. 56, 81, 138, 139 Cuzzort, Carol 131 .,.... ..,.........,, 1 33 Cuzzort, Glenn 111 ...,,. . 146 D Dabbert, Jack 121 .,.... ,,,. 1 09, 139 Dabbert, Nancy 111 .... ,,,.,,,.,.. 1 46 Dabbert, Robert 131 .,,., ...... 1 33 Daczewitz, Shelley 121 ..,, ..... 1 139 Daggs, Peggy 141 .,.....,. ,..,.... 1 15 Dahl, Carolyn 121 ,, .,... 91 Dalbke, Gary 111 ,... ..........,.., 6 6, 146 Dale, Janice 111 ..,,, ,,.., ,,,...,. , . , 73, 146 Dale, Lawrence 141 .... 54, 60, 78, 90, 102, 115 Dailey, Carolyn 131 56, 58, 59, 133 Damm, Janet 121 .....,...... 57, 79, 139 Damm, Jeffrey 131 ,,,,..... 133 Danes, Deborah 111 ..,... 76, 146 Daniel, Frank 131 .,... ...,,..,... 1 33 Danker, George 121 , . ........... 139 Danna, Patricia 121 , ,,..,. ...... 7 9, 139 Dargatz, Nancy 131 ,..... ,,....,,,,,.. 1 33 Dauer, Kathleen 141 .....,.. ,. 69, 115 'Daughtry, Douglas 131 .... 85, 92, 133 Dauke, Larry 111 .....,.,,,, ...... 9 9, 146 Davis, Christine 121 , .......,,.. 139 Davis, Claudia 131 .... ,... 9 1, 133 Davis, Craig 121 --A--- ------- 1 39 Davis, Jary 141 ....,. ..,.. 1 15 Davis, Linda 111 .....,.Y................,..,...- Dean, Patricia 111 ......,...,,,.-,-------- 145 Dearen, Denise 111 .... 56, 76, 146 Dearen, Doris 1-31 ., 53, 57, 62, 78, 133 Deasey, James 111 .... ., ..,., ,,.......... 1 47 Decker, Richard 141 ..............,. 90, 115 Deehring, Craig 121 .... 79, 86, 94, Deehring, Deborah 141 .. 78, 87, 115 Deehring, Lesley 111 ..,.---- 56, 75, 147 Dejuilio, Patrick 121 ..,,,.., 86, 93. 139 Delaney, Michael 121 , ..,...... ..... , Delaney, Richard 111 ........,,,,.. ...-. 1 47 Demczyna. Claudia 131 .--.-------------4 133 Demczyna, Gail 111 ......,......,,,----,--- 147 Derosa, Susan 131 ............ 78, 87, 133 Dettmann, Richard 141 -.-----------,.--- 115 Deu, Allard 141 ...,...... . 127 DeVault, Deborah 141 ..,.,, ..... 1 15 Derault, Susan 111 ,,,-------,, fff- V 147 Deverna, Jayne 131 .,.. .... ...,,,. 8 1 , 133 Devine, Thomas 121 ,.,. 48, 62, 63, Dewitt, John 141 ...,...,,,,.----,,,, 33, 115 Dezonna, Michael 111 ,.,.,,, ,.... . 147 Dickinson, Carol 141 ..,,,,,.,........... 115 Dickinson, Charles 121 ..,. 86, 94, 139 Dieball, Glenn 121 ..,. .... ...,.. . 1 39 Dieters, David Q31 .... 89, 102, 133 Dietzel, Donna Q21 ,,,, A... ......,-.------- 1 3 9 Dietzel, Ellen 141 .-.-,-..,---------------4 Dill, Kathi? 121 ...., V ,,---,-- H 91- 139 Dillon, Sharon 141 -'-- 52, 56, 77, 78, 116 Dingler, Ray 111 . ...,, ...,........,-., , . 147 Dittman. John 111 .........,,,...... 68, 147 Dix, Linda 121 ,,,...,- 53. 59, 139 Dohbin, Carolyn 131 ., 57, 77, 132, 133 Dodge, Loryn 131 , ........ 78, 37, 133 Dolan, Donna 121 ,,..........,..,., 72, 139 Dolan, Timothy 141 ...................,,,,. 116 Dolinger, Kathy 111 , . 56, 67, 76, 147 Dombrowski, Carol 141 ........ 91, 116 Domek, Christina 121 ......,,,, ......... 1 39 Domek, Martha 121 ..,, . ........ 139 Donahue, Patricia 121 .,.... .........,,, 1 39 Donath, Linda 121 ...,.,,.,, ...... 139 Donchess, James 141 .. 84, 90, 92, 116 Dority, Cheryl 141 ....,.....,....... 79, 127 Dority, Michael 121 ..,...,,...... 86, 139 Doubek, Ronald 111 .... W 88, 94, 147 Dnugan, Ruth 141 ......, .... 91, 127 154 Douglas. Nancy 131 .... 55, 77, 132, 133 Douglas, Paul 131 . S5, 108, 133, 137 Doyle, Linda 141 , ,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 3 9, 116 Drachman, David 131 .,.. ,,..,. .,,, 1 3 3 Drake, Deborah 141 ............,,, ......,, 1 27 Drake. Diana 141 ,.,.,,,,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,, 127 Drake, Gary 121 .... ,, .... 48, 72, 98, 139 Drake, Elizabeth 121 ........,,, ,,,,.... 1 47 Drake, William 131 ...,... ..,, , 108, 133 Draut, Danette 111 ,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,, ,,,, Draut. Dennis 131 , ,.... .......,,.. 2 7 Draut, Terrence 141 .,,... , ,,.,..... , Drolshagen, Nancy 141 ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 115 Duenn, Ronald 121 ,.......... 88, 139 Dllff, GreE0l'Y 111 ,,,..,............ 101, 147 Duffey. Gregory 121 ....,...,..., , .... 139 Dunn, Janice 111 ,, .,,.,... 76, 91, 147 E Early, Elyse 111 ......, ...,.. ...... 1 4 7 Ebel, Paul 121 ,,,,.,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 1 39 Ebert, Christine 131 ., 56, 57, 133 Ebner, Bruce 121 ,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,, 1 3 9 Eccles, Joanna 121 ..... ,..,, . .. 138, 139 Eccles, Joseph 141 ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,, , 116 Edgerton, Robert Q41 .... . 71, 102 116 Egzert, Arthur 121 .,,, ..,.,,,,,,, , 139 Ehlers, Kristine 111 ,,,. ......., , . 147 Ehlers, Richard 121 .,.,. 86, 139 Ehlers, Sharon 141 ....., , ............ 116 Ekstrancl, Robert 131 .... ,,,. 9 8, 133 Elenz, Daniel 141 , .. ..... 53, 116 Ellertson, Karen 141 ..... .... 9 1, 128 Ellertson, Kevin 111 ,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,, 1 47 Elliot, Judith 121 ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,, , , 139 Elliot, Mary Lynn 131 ....,... 56, 78, 133 Ellis, Donald 111 ........ ..... 9 9, 147 Eisner, Kathl'Yh 121 ..,,,. 133, 139 Eisner, William 141 ........ ,, 48, 116 Emmrich, Carol Q31 .........,,..,.., ,. 134 Engiebretsen, Kris 121 ,,,. 95, 138, 139 Englebretsen, Roger 111 ,, .,,, 94 Engleking, Glen 111 ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 99, 147 Engleson, Lynnea 131 .... ..,.....,.,,. 1 34 Enloe, Glen 131 .,,.,.,.,.. , ........ 57, 134 Enright, Jerry 141 ,,,,,,,,,, A, W., 84, 116 Enright, Patricia 131 .,,,,, , 60, 68, 134 Epsky, Marilyn 121 .....,,, 56, 138, 139 Epsky, Nancy 111 ..,, 57, 67. 76, 147 Erhach, Patricia 11 ............ 72, 79, 139 Erd, Marianne 131 ........................ 134 Errl, William 121 ,, .,,........,.,, ,.,..... 1 39 Erickson, Ardith 131 .....,,. ,,,..,,.... 1 34 79, 90, 100, 101, 127 Erickson, John 141 ,... 48, 52, 55, 78, Erickson, Michael 121 ,,,,,.,,,.,,,,,.,.. . 139 Erikson, Nancy 141 ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 87, 116 Erickson, Rick 111 ,,........ ..,. 1 47 Erkkila, Linda 141 .. .,,, .,....,,.... 1 16 Esser, James ,, ,,,,. 90, 104, 105, 116 Espinoza, Pedro 111 ........... .,,,........ 1 47 Estrella, Susan 121 ,.,. ..., .,., ,,,... .,,. 1 3 9 Evensen, Barbara 131 ., 48, 73, 95, 134 Everhart, Gregory 121 ...,., .,.... ,... 1 3 9 Ewalt, John 111 ..,.. . ,,,,,,,,...,.,. ,, 147 Ewart, David 121 ,... 48, 70, 86, 139 Ewertz, Cynthia 131 ., 55, GS, 91, 134 - lr - Fagerson. Gary 121 ..,. 79, 88, 139, 140 Fagerson, Jo 141 ........,... 48, 60, 116 Fairfield, Jeff 121 ..,. 53, 62, 63. 140 Fairhead, Carolyn 111 ,,,,......... . 147 Faitz, Vivian 121 ,...,... ,.., . ..,,,...,.. 1 40 Faner, Sally 131 ..,. 48, 53, 132, 134 Fans, John 121 .........,.... 88. 138, 140 Faust, Thomas 131 ,,.,,. ,, 55, Sl, 134 Feldman, Al 121 .,....., 94, 109, 140 Feldman, Barbara 131 95, 134 Fellman, Jere 121 ..,, .,.,....., ,. 140 Ferguson, Deborah 121 ,, 138, 140 Ferguson, Thomas 131 ................ 134 Ferrario, Christine 111 , ...,,.. 56, 147 Ferris, Michael 121 ..., .....,,. . 140 Fichter, Timothy 111 .,,,. ..,,,, 1 47 Fiduccia, Dominick 131 .... 134 Finch, Jack 131 .......,,..... ..,..,, . .. 98, 134 Finnegan, Martha 121 , .,,.........,,... 140 Finney, David 141 . 67, 80, S1, 116 Finney, Janice 121 ,,... , ,..,,,., 79, 140 Fischer, Charles 111 .,., , .... 66, 147 Fischer, Mary 141 ..., 52, 57, 87, 116 Fischer, Sharon 131 , ,,., , ,.,,, 91, 134 Fisher, Paula 131 .. 81, 132, 134 Fisher, Steven 111 -,-- , 94, 147 Fitzpatrick, Maureen 141 ...,.... 73, 116 Fitzpatrick, Thomas 131 .,,.,,. . 134 Fitzpatrick, Timothy 111 .,,, S6, 145, 147 Fitzsimmons, James 131 74, 134 Fleming, Gregg 131 .,,.... ...,..,... 1 34 Flodin, Melinda 111 .,,. 76, 145, 147 Fluhrer, Linda 121 56, 73, 138, 140 Foltman, Randy 141 .... 64, 74, 116 Foltman, Teri 121 ,.,,, ,..,... . . ,,,,...... 140 Fomirie, Barbara 121 ..,. 56, 138, 140 Fonrlrie, David 141 ,, ,.... 71, 84, 116 Ford, Cathy 141 ,,..,,,, ,. 68, 73, 116 Ford, Moira 121 ..., , ...,.., . 140 Forll, Richard 121 ..,.,, 140 Foreman, Nancy 121 140 Forsyth, John 131 .,,., ,. 134 Foss, David 111 ,... , 147 Foss, Jack, 141 ,.,,,,,.,,, , .,.,,,,, , 116 Fouty, Lynanne 141 ,,,,,.,....,.... 64, 128 Francisco, Richard 121 , . ...,,,,, ,. 140 Franck, Steve 141 ,,., ,....,, 116 Frandsen, Cindy 141 .... ,, ,, 116 Frank, Linda 121 .. ...... ..... 7 3, 140 Frank, Susan 121 .,,,,,.. ...,, 5 6. 140 Frankovic, Candice 111 ., ........., 147 Franzen, Bradley 121 ..,.. . ,,,... . 140 Franzese, Ann 111 .,.,,..,...,........ 76, 147 Freeman, Linda 131 ..., 53, 55, 78, 91, 132, 134 Freeman, Michael 111 ...,..............,. 147 lfrieburg, John 111 ,,,.,,, 81. 99, 147 Frigo, Frances 111 ......,,, ..,,. . 147 lfrisbie, Anne 121 .... .... ,.., 7 2 , 140 Frisbie, Felicity 131 .,...,. .......,...... 1 34 Frisbie, Thomas 111 .... 81, 147 Frometa. Joseph 111 .... , ., ..,... 147 Fruechtenicht, Lynn 121 , ...,, .,....... 1 40 Fruechnicht, Richard 141 .,..,...,....,,. 116 Fruehling, Pamela 141 .,.. 23, 55, 77, 116, 130 Fugate, Brabara 111 ,..,..., 56, 31, 147 Furlong, Terrence 121 .,,. , ,...,,....... 140 Furlong, Timothy 121 ,,,,, ,,., ,,.. 1 4 0 - G - Gaare, Kathleen 111 .,,....., ,......,..... 1 47 Gabler, Ruth 111 ..,,..,.,,,,,,., 62, 147 Gallagher, James 141 , , 55, 67, 80, 81, 117 Gallagher, Robert 131 ,,,, 67, 80, 81, 104, 134 Gallagher, Terry 141 ,. 78, 79, 102, 117 Galloway, Elizabeth 121 .,,. 48. 79, 138, 140 Galyon, Gregory 141 .... A ,, ,.... .. 117 Gamenthaler, Marion 121 .....,, .... 1 40 Garcia, Julian 121 ...... ....., , ..,,,,.. 1 40 Garnder, Dianne 111 ,,,,..,., .,,. 6 3, 147 Gardner, Elaine 131 .... .......... 1 34 Gardner, Jerry 111 ...., ...,,,, . . 147 Garland, John 121 . ,..,. 70, 140 Garrison, Donna 141 ,, ,. ,. ,.., , ,. 117 Gates, Patricia 131 , ,.,.,.,,.. 55, 56, 134 Gatlin, Barbara 121 ,.,, , ,,,,,,, ...,,,, 1 40 Gauck, Barbara 121 ,, . .. 140 Gayle, Sherry 111 .... . 147 Gehl, Susan 131 ....,.... .,., 1 34 Gehrig, Cristine 111 ..... .,,.. 1 47 Gehrke. Sandy 131 ..... ...,. 1 34 Geiser, William 121 ..,. ...,,. 1 40 Geisler, Wayne 121 .,,.,,, ,.,.. 1 40 Gellert, Bruno 141 , ,.,....... ,.,... 1 17 Gellert, Reinhard 111 ....., ., ..... 147 Genevich, Linda 141 .,...,, .. ,...... 117 Gert, Canrlace 131 .,,..., ,..... 7 S, 134 Gerts, Claudia 121 ,,.. ,, ..,. ,,,,.,,,.,, 1 40 Getting, Lorrence 141 ,,...,,,...... 117 Getting, Pamela 121 ,,,,..., ,, .......... 140 Geyer, Janice 141 ..,, 54, 58, 59, 117 Geyer, Lawrence 111 ..,,.....,....,..... 151 Gibbel, Charles 111 ...,,,,,,,,. 104, 134 Gibler, Timothy 121 ...., , 77, 78, 140 Gieseke, Ruth 131 ., ,,.,,, 134 Gillig, Lynn 121 .,...... ..,, ..., . 140 Gillmore, Linda 111 .... ......,.... Gilmore. James 131 .,.,, . ,.,,. . 134 Gilmore, Mary 121 ,..,,.. . .,,,, 140 Gimbel, Edward 111 ..,.,. .....,,, , ,, 147 Givens, Nancy 141 .... ., 51, 78, 117 Givens, Pat 111 ........... ,,........ 7 1, 147 Glander, Deborah 121 ...................... 140 Glaser, Donald 121 ............ ......... 1 40 Glaser, Gary 141 ..... .,.. 5 5, 64, 117 Glaser, Rick 121 .... ............. 3 6, 140 Gleason, Robert 121 ,,..........,... 140 Gleichman, Robert 121 .................. 99 Glomski, David 131 ..,. ,,,................ 1 34 Godwin, Laurie 111 ,.....,. . 81. 147 Goebbert., Robert 131 81, 85, 102, 134 Gongol, Verne 141 ........ ,,,..............,. 1 17 Goodman, Barry 111 ........ . 63, 147 Gordon, Carol 141 .,,.,..,,,.. 30, 73, 117 Gordon, James 131 ...... ......... . 134 Gorman, Linda 121 ......,,...,,,..,.,,,, Gorman, Robert 111 M , ,.,. . 68, 147 Grabow, Nancy 121 ,,,, 72, 87, 138, 140, 144 Graccn, Jim 141 ,... 71, 84, 92, 117 Graczyk, Andrew 121 ...,........ ...... 1 40 Graczyk, Christine 131 ....,,,,, ..,. 1 34 Graczyk, Paulette 121 ,, .. ...,. 138 Graef, Kathryn 141 .,,. .,,,., . ..,,..,, 1 17 Graham, Beckay Jo 131 ........ 57, 134 Graham, Robert 131 85, 102, 134 Grandt, David 111 .....,.. GS, 80, 147 Granquist, Louise 141 .. 60, 64, 69, 117 Grant. Michael 141 .,,...... . 61, 92, 117 Grant, Susan 121 ,, . ,,.....,.. ....,.., . 140 Grashorn, Susan 121 .. 56, 79, 138, 140 Gratzer, Gary 111 ,, ,,,,, 147 Gray, Warren 121 ........ .,,,,, ,.,, 1 4 0 Greeley, Paula 111 .,,, ,.... 7 6, 147 Green, Robert 111 ...., ,. .,,,,,,..,,, 147 Green. Thomas 121 .,,.... .....,.. . . 1411 Greene, Christine 131 ,... . 55, 134 Greene, Paul 111 ,... ...... 8 6, 147 Greenlee, Charles 131 ...,, ..,,,,,,,,,,,,A,, Greenlee, Don 141 ,,,,,.,,, ,,,,,,,A,, , Greenwald, Robert 111 .,,. , .... 147 Greg, GreY. Daniel 111 ,..,.,,.,.. ,,,,. 1 47 Griesmeyer, Carole 131 .... N.. 134 Griffith, Scott 121 ,,A,A,, ,A,,, 1 40 Groh, William 121 ,,,,,,,A ,,,,, 1 44 Gronlunrl, Alan 111 147 Gross, Robert 141 ,,,,, ,,,,,, , , ,A,, 117 Grossi, Fred 121 .....,.........,....,,,, . 140 Grossi. Louis 131 .,...,.A,. 85, 108. 134 Grossniclile, James 141 .... 23, 26. 117 Grossnickle, Janet 121 .. 28, 56, 63, 140 Guderley, Gail 141 ,,,,i,i,,,,,, , 128 Guentner. Valerie 111 ..,. ..... ......,. 1 4 7 Guilfoil, Colleen 111 .... 145, 147 Guilfoll, Jon Scott 141 .... 84, 100, 101, 117 Gullett, Leslie 111 .,,...,,,,,.,,,,.,,. . ..,,,,,,,.,,, ,, Gustason, Elizabeth 131 ............ 70, 134 Gustitus, Glenn 121 .,.,,,.. 109, 140 Guy, Cindy 121 ............ .........,.. 1 40 Guy, Deborah 141 .,.,.. ,, 68, 128 .. H .. Hacker, Dennis 121 ..,..... .,.... 7 9, 140 Hacker, Marilyn 111 .,,.. ,,.,..... 1 47 Hacker, William 131 ...............,....,. 134 Haedikrc, Kathryn 141 .........,,.,......, 117 Haedike, Susan 111 ,, ..,. 64, 145, 147 Haemker, Gail 121 ,,,,........ 74, 140 Hagenback, Wendy 121 .,,...,..... 74 140 Hahn, Nicholas 111 ,......., ...... 8 0, 147 Hahn, Peter 131 , ........ .,.... 7 0, 1,34 Hahn, Rick 121 .......... , .... 81, 140 Hahn, Steven 121 ......., ............ 1 40 Hahnfeld, Diane 141 ,...... ...... B 7, 117 Hahnfeld, Lathleen 141 .................... 117 Haight, Christopher 111 ,, ...,..,.. 147 Haines, Curtis 141 ............ 98, 109, 117 Haines, Terry 121 .,,..,,. .... . , .... 98, 140 Haire, Kathleen 111 ..,,, ,,,..,,,,,,, . W 147 Haire, Sally Jo 131 , ....... ....... 1 34 Halden, Thomas 121 .,...,..,,,,................ .. Halrlerman, Patricia 121 .,,. 56, 138, 140 Halek, Bonnie 131 ...,........ ..,... 1 34 Halek, Fred 111 ,. 147 Halsall, Betsy 111 ....,. .....,... ,,...... . , . ..,. .. Halsll, Robert 121 .....,..........., .... 1 40 Hamilton, Meredith 111 62, 73, 147 Hamilton, Peggy 111 ...,.....,., ,...,,,... 1 17 Hamilton, Shelley 141 .. 33, 54, 60 117 Hammond, Douglas 121 ..,. ,, 81, 140 Hamza, Rhonda 111 ,...,. . ....,..., . 147 Haney, Annette 141 .,,, ., ,..,,, 78, 117 Hanna, Lynn 131 ,............ ,.,..... . ,. 134 Hansen, Barbara 131 , ,..,.. 55, 73, 134 Hansen, Alan 141 .,,.. . .,.,..., 33, 129 Hansen, Diana 121 ,,,....,,, ..,,, 7 0 140 Hansen, Catherine 141 ...... 63, 117 Hansen, Leonard 141 .... .......... 1 29 Harding, Janice 131 W .....,.,,. 134 Harding, Thomas 121 ..,. ,.... 7 0, 140 Harer, Linda 121 ...... .....,, 1 40 Harer, Madeline 141 ..... ...,...... 1 17 Hater, Stacy 131 .....,..,.... , ....., ,...,. 1 34 Harmon, Bruce 121 .......,,....... 138, 140 Harmon John 121 ,......,,... .,,, , .. 105 Harmon, Dheila 121 .... 55, 74, 78 140 Harms, Donna 141 .......,,,,,,,,, ,,,, 1 17 Harms, Judy 111 ........,,,. ,.....,, 3 4, 147 Harper, Christopher 111 .... ,,,....,... 1 47 Harris, Gregory 111 , .,,,,, ,,.,, 94 147 Harris, Nancy 131 ..., 62, 78 87, 132, 134 Harris, VViIliam 121 , ,,,.,,,. 86. 94, 140 Hart, David 111 ..,.. .. ............. 147 Hart, John 131 .,.,. 60. 134 Harth, Debra 131 ,,,, ,, ,,,,, 91, 134 Harth, Fred 111 ,, ,,,,, ,,,,,, s 6, 94, 147 Harth, Michael 131 . ..,..,,. 134 Harth, Paul 121 ,,,,,,,,,, ,,,, S 6, 140 Hartlg, Michael 111 ,..,,,,,,, 147 Hartung, Robert 111 ......, 147 Haslins, Christine 111 ,,,,,,, 147 Hauf, Linda 111 ,,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,, 1 47 Hauf, Susan 121 ,,,,,, ,, ,,,, 78, 140 Hauff, Dorothy 111 ,, ,,,,, , 76, 147 Haughey, Irene 131 .... ,..., 7 8, 95, 134 Haughey, James 111 ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, , 147 Hauptly, Janis 111 .,,. .,..,. 7 6, 147 Hausknecht, Craig 141 ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 113 Hallth. Pamela 131 ........, ,.........,. ....... Hawkins. Debbie 131 .....,, 78, 79, 134 Hawley, Virginia 121 .. 48, 79, 91, 138 140 Haworth, Elizabeth 131 ...,.... 25, 134 Hayes, Kevin 111 . .......,.. ...... 8 8, 147 Hayn, Bill 111 ., ..,,....,,.., .,.. 9 9, 147 Hayward, Patricia 111 ........,.....,,,, 147 Hazard, Pamela 131 .... ........,,.,..., 1 34 Hazen, 11'illiam 131 .,.. 55, 62, 77, 78, 134 Hecht, Robert 141 .,.. 81, 90, 92, 108, 118 Heckenrlorf. Cathy 111 ,..,.., ,..... 1 47 Hedberg, Wendy 111 .,,,,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,., 147 Heddesheimer, Barbara 131 ,.,. 91, 134 Heffernan. John 111 . .,....,..,,......... 147 Heffernan, Linda 141 33. 54, 55, 56. 60, 77, 128. 130 Heffernan, William 111 .... 48, 88, 94, 147 Heiden, Laura 131 . ........,.,.. 134 Heidt, Susan 121 ...,,.. , ...,..,,,,, .. 140 Heilig, Susan 141 ,,., , ,,,,,,,, 73, 77, 118 Helmsolh. Dianne 121 ........,,........ 140 Heimsoth, Thomas 111 , . ......,..... 147 Heinemann, YVilbert 121 .... 86, 140 Heinz, Frank 131 .,,..,,,,, ,,.,,,,, , 134 Hriser, Regina 121 ,, ,,.... ....... 1 40 Helb, Karen 111 ,,,,, .. 63 Heike, Dick 111 ,,,,,,,, 62 Hembd. Paul 141 .....,,. .,,,.,,,, , ,, 118 Hembolrl, Pam 131 ,,,, ,,,,, , ,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,, , Hendrickson, Patricia 111 ,,,,,,,,,,,, 147 Hennig, William 141 ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,v , 118 Henry, Henry 121 .... ., ,, 70, 140 Herbst, Kathleen 141 .,,,,,.. ,...,. . 78, 118 Herbst, Thomas 121 ,...,,,,. 81, 140 Herda, Carol 141 ,,,, 53, 63, 79' 118 Herff. Donna 141 .....,.., ,,,,,,........ , 118 Hermes, Margaret 111 ,,...., ,. 43, 147 Hermandez, Dolores 111 ,,,,,,,,,,,w,,,,,,,,,, Hernandez, Ricardo 111 .... , 86, 147 Herr, Michael 133 ...... Herrick, Cynthia 113 ...., ,,,. . 76. Herrmann, Jean 113 ......,.,... 73, Hetke, Richard 123 .... ,.... 1 09, Hetzke, Robert 123 .... .........,.. Heyer, Constance 113 ,,,, ...,,,.... 1-Ieyer, Daborah 123 . 74. Heyer. Stephen 133 ...,...., 1-Iickling, Darius 123 .... ..., 6 8, Hickox, Martha 123 ..., ......... Hicks, Gary 143 ......... ...... Hicks, Sharon 133 .. Higdon, Roxanna 123 .,..,.,. 79, Hilh, Karen 113 ..,., ...,,,., ..,,. .......... Hildebrandt, Eileen 143 ....., ...... . .. Hildinger, Fred 133 .,...........,..., ..... Hilgenfeld, James 113 .... 88, 101. Hilgenfeld, Jan 133 ..,..,.. 55, 58, Hilgenfeld, Jenger 113 55. 70. Hin, Dennis 113 ..,, ............... Hill, Gary 133 ...A-,---- ---, 3 . 66. 68. Hill, Robert 133 .......,.... . ......,....-...- .- Hillert, Joseph 113 ...,.........,.. 57. Hilton, Laura 133 53. 62, '17, 132, Hilton, Sandra 123 ......,..... 56, 79, Hinrichs, Roy 143 .... 3 3 -- -,,--, W Hippie, Mark 133 ..,,........., .... 8 1. Hoban, Deborah 123 .,,,.,,- - 72- Hochstetler, Douglas 113 .... 86. Hodge, Mary 133 ..,...,..........,..,..... . Hodge, Sue 113 .... ......,., .------ . f A Hodges, Kimberly 123 ..,, 63, 78, Hodor, Curtis 123 . ,,....., ,.....,.. . Hodor, Joe 143 .,,... ......-..,, ,... Hoese, Robyn 113 ,..., .,...,. . Hoff, Robert 123 . ........,...., 63. Hoggay, Michael 123 ., Hoggay, Monica 143 ,, 54, 58, 71 Holleck, Bonnie 133 ....................... Hollenbach, Robert 113 ,,,.... ..... 9 9. Holley, Marcia 113 95, 145, Hollinger, Gail 133 ........ 58, 59. Holloway, John 113 .......,.... Holman, Andrea 113 ,,.. , ,..,,. ,. Homes, Curtis 143 .......,....,. . 33, Holste, Linda 113 ........ 31. 70- Holste, Susan 133 .,,. 56, 813, 81, Holt, Jana 113 .................,., 81. Hooker, Joseph 123 ........ .. 28, Hooker, Pamela 113 Hoover, Patrick 143 ....,, ..,. Y Y ,,-- H Hoppe, Deborah 133 , ...,, Horbowy, William 123 . ......, ,, Horcher, Ronald 143 Horn, Marcia 113 .... 84, 108, 134 147 147 140 140 147 140 134 140 140 134 140 147 118 134 145, 147 134 145, 147 147 134 134 147 134 140 .. 33 134 140 147 134 147 140 140 129 147 140 140 ,78. 11S 147 147 134 147 147 115 147 13-I 141 140 147 115 140 118 147 140 118 147 1-10 140 134 87. 140 118 147 140 140 113 13-1 147 140 1-17 118 147 140 113 140 . 33 134 140 134 147 140 Howard, Craig 123 ...., , 53, 63. Howard, David 143 , ...,.. .. 104. Howard, Jeffery 113 , Howard. Mark 123 ---- ..., 81, Howe, Thomas 113 .. .. H H - Hruby, Monica 133 .... ..,,,, ...... . . Hruby, Patricia 123 .... 56, 74. 79. 133' Hruska, Joy 143 ....,, -15, 67, 95. Hruska, Susan 113 ..,. ,. 48, 95, Hubbard, Susan 123 .,.. 56, 70, Hudak, Linda 123 . .,....,... ,,,,, , .. Hughes, Elizabeth 143 ,. 91. Hughes, Vicki 133 Hughes, Wallace 113 .. Hugm, William 123 .,.. , ., 70, Hugil, Deborah 113 ,....,,... 57, 115, Hugill, Stephen 143 .....,, ..... Hun, Donald 143 ..,,.. ,, Hull, Janet 113 ,,,,...... -A-- V .- Hull, Kenneth 121 .... , .... 76, Hull, Earl Ronald 143 ...... .. Hunslcker, Barry 123 ,. ..,.,,.. Hunter, Carolyn 143 ...,.... ,, ., ,, Hurley, Keith 133 .... . 77, 79. Husted, Deborah 123 ..,..... 73. 138. Huster, Cheryl 133 ,, ,,..,. 7-3. Hutchings, Joseph 113 .. , ,. Hutchins, Bruce 123 , .. .... Hutchinson, William 143 , Hutchinson, Robert 123 ....,., Huter, John 133 .... 65, 66, 67. Hutier. Kathleen 1-13 ,.....,. ,... Huysmans, Anita 113 ..,.. .. 42. Hyde, Thomas 141 . ,.,, ,,,,. 6 4, 102, Hynes, Mike 113 . ,,,. ..,.,.,, ,.,,.. I Inselberszer, Gres' 123 ......,, , Inselberger, Susan 113 .,...,,, H ..... .. Irlhackor, Herbert 143 ........,.,....... Isaacs, Nick 123 ,... W ,... 79, 98, Isaacs, Michael 113 .....,.,.... ,, 99, Isaacson, Alan 123 ................ . 76, ... J - Jackson, Anne 133 ,,,,.... 78. 91, Jackson, Rldgely 133 .,.,,. ,,.... . .. Jacob, Thomas 133 ..,..,..... . Jacobs, Arden 133 ..,..,...............,.... Jacobs, Nancy 123 .... 56, 79, 138, Jacobs, Pamela 143 ..,. 64, 73, Jacoby, Janis 133 ..........,.... . 91. Jacoby, Marcia 143 .,...... 91, 118. Jacoby, Mark 113 . , ...., S6, 94, Jahnke. Jandl, Rae 133 ..,.,......,.... Janlo, Gregory 133 Debra 113 134 118 147 118 129 140 147 118 140 147 140 134 134 134 134 140 118 134 131 147 147 1.34 Jarecki, John 143 .... 48, 71, 90, Jarocki, Linda 133 ..., 60, 72, Jarm, Bill 113 ........ Jarm, Robert 143 ,,... 104. 118 13-i 147 129 Jarnlmlm, Eva 123 ...., 78, 140 Jarnholm, Leif 113 .... ,...., ,,,,,.,...... 1 4 7 Jaskula, Janet 123 .. ...,... 70, 78, 140 Jenkins, Jack 113 ...... . . ..... . 147 Jenson, Dale 113 .,,. , ......, 94, 147 Jensen, Robert 123 ........ 140 Jessofzne, Guy 133 .,.... .,.. ...... 1 3 4 Jirasek, George 113 ,.,..,...,.,. 148 Johansen, Jeff 143 .,,, 74, 118 Johns, Catherine 113 ........ 56, 76, 148 Johns, Warren 123 ,,..,. 105, 1-10 Johnson, Barbara 133 53, T0, 73, 134 Johnson, Barbara 113 .... ...... 1 18 Johnson, Cynthia 133 53, 62. TS. 134 Johnson, Cynthia 133 48. TS. 87. 132, 134 Johnson, Craig 143 ...,, . 33, 118 Johson, David 143 ..,.,,... ., 118 Johnson, Dean 133 ,........, .,.,. 1 00, 13-1 Johnson, Elizabeth 113 ,,,, .......,, . 148 Johnson, Eleanor 113 ,..,. ..,,., , ,. Johnson, Emmy Lou 123 ..,. 138, 142 Johnson, James M, 113 . 81. 148 Johnson, James R, 113 .. . 86, 151 Johnson, Janet 113 .....,,. ..,....., 1 48 Johnson, Jeffrey 113 ..,,,. ....,... . 148 Johnson, Joanne 133 H ...., .,.. 7 3, 134 Johnson, Kathleen 133 ......,.,, ,,.. 1 34 Johnson, Linda 113 ..... 76, 149 Johnson, Lynn 123 ,,.. .. 55, 79, 142 Johnson, Pamela 123 14, 78. 1-ll Johnson, Pamela 133 , 54, 57, 58. 134 Johnson, Richard 113 ff-- -.,, .,,......, . . 148 Johnson, Robert 123 . 57, 64, 70, 138, 141 Johnson, Susan 123 56, 62, 72, 74. 79, 95, 138. 1'l1 Johnson, Thomas 121 . H . H 141 Johnson, William 123 ...,.,..,.....,...,. 141 Johnson, William 123 ...,,. 141 Johnston, Annette 133 ..., ..,.. 1 32, 134 Johnston, Kevin 133 --.... . ,..,, .,......,,. . ,. Johnston, Richard 143 .... .... 9 0, 119 Jokiel, Carol 113 ..,..,, .....,,... . .. 148 Jokiel, Doreen 143 , .... 56, 119 Jones, Janice 133 .,..,,..... .. 56, TS, 134 Jones, Jennifer 123 .... 141 Jones, Michael 143 ..... ., ,... 84, 119 Jones, Ronald 123 ......... ,,.... 9 9, 141 Joost, Karen 133 ,, ..,.. ,. . ....,,,,. ., 134 Jorgensen, Kenneth 123 ,,.. 94, 105, 1.41 Josif, Scott 131 ,,.. 55, 67, 71, 80, 81. 100, 134 Judson, Douglas 123 ,,.. 86, 101, 105. 141 li Kadow, Robert 113 ,,,, ..,,,. 1 48 Kahling, Mark 133 ...,., ..... 1 34 Kalinski, Karen 113 ....,.. ..,, ,..., . . ,, Kale, Nancy 143 ..... .......,. 6 4, 119 Kaloudi, Cathy 143 ..,,., ,,,,. 4 9, 64, 119 Kalous, Meldoy 143 , , , .....,........,. 123 Kaminski, Steven 123 .......,.,,... 141 Kamp, Patricia 123 ,. 58, 7-1, T9, 138. 141 Kamrath, Susan 121 , ..,..........,,.. 141 Kane, Patricia 113 .,.,. .,,. 7 6, 148 Kahne, John 143 .. 64, 71, 74, 102, 119 Kanne, Linda 113 .. ,...,,,,. ..,, 7 2, 148 Kargol, Ellen 113 ..,. ...........,...... 1 43 Karkula. Cynthia 143 ..... , ,. 91, 119 Kaser, Sheila 1-13 ......,..... 67, 96, 128 Kasl, Darrell 133 ..,,., ., ,,,, 108. 134 Kasprzak, Gary 133 ..,. . 134 Kast, Susan 113 --.- ,, 67 Kastens, Leni 123 ......... ,,,... 1 '11 Kastning, Susan 133 ,.,,. ,,,.... Katovich, James 113 .,....,..... , ...... 148 Katovich, Michael 123 .. ........,,,,,, 141 Kaucher, Chris 133 ....., , 85, 102, 134 Kaucher, Jo 113 ..........,., ,, 148 Keating, Charles 143 .....,. 92, 108, 119 Keating, Thomas 123 ..,.,. 141 Kehe, Andrew 113 ..,..... 86. 94, 148 Kehe. Jack 133 ...,,, .,....,,..... . 134 Kehe. John 143 .,... .... 6 0, 119 Kehe, Kathlyn 133 .... ., 73, 134 Keilman, James 123 ......, N 141 Kelhi, Christine 133 H ,,.,.. 72, 134 Kelhi. Germaine 113 ............, .,.... 1 48 Keller, John 113 .,,, 86. 04, 145, 148 Keller, Mark 133 . ,,.,.. , ..,,....,, . 134 Keller, Rosalie 113 ..... ,... 7 6, 148 Kellogg, Jean 113 ,,,. .,,... . 148 Kellogg, Whitney 143 119 Kelly, Robert 143 .. ,,.. ,... 27, 119 Kelly, Robert 123 ...,.,... 33, 141 Kelter, Sue 133 ..,..,,..,.,, , .,.. ,. ,..., , 134 Kendall, Roger 143 , .... 70, 119 Kendall, Susan 121 ,. ..... 79, 138, 141 Kennedy, Eugene 133 .. ,,,,. 85, 134 Kennedy, Gary 133 .,,. ......, . 85, 134 Kennedy. Sandra 123 ....,,,, 141 Kennedy, Thomas 113 ..........., 99, 148 Kenninger, Steve 113 , ,,.. 56, 148 Kenny, Charles 113 f- ,.,..,, .. 143 Kenny. James 133 ....... 134 Kenyon, J4-an 143 .,,. 87, 119 Keough, Maureen 133 ........,......,.... 134 liephart, Michael 123 . ,,., 105, 141 Kerr, Peggy 133 ..,,, ...... 6 13. 73, 134 Kessner, Jody 123 ..... ...,....... . . 141 Khile, Sherrie 113 ..,,.. ..,.,... . 148 Khile, Susan 143 ,, 64. 119 Kieca, Jeanne 113 .... 57, 148 Kieca. Karen 133 .... 65, 134 Kiel, Larry 123 ., ....... ..,.......... 1 41 Kiel, Nancy 143 ., ..... 119 Kimball, Curtis 133 ........ .... 7 0, 134 Kimball, Seborah 113 .,,,,,,, S5, 72, 148 Kindler, Robert 133 . ,.... 66, 68, 134 King, Barbara 11: ,....... 65, 72, 148 King, Diana 143 .... 52, 65, 72, 87, 119 Kinsley, Janis 133 .,,......,,, 55, 78, 134 Kirchoff, Lynn 123 ,...,,. ,. ..... 78, 141 Kirchoff, Richard 1-i3 ,,,, ,.... , .... 1 19 Kichoff, William 113 ....,, ,, ,,..... ,. 148 Kirchner, David 133 .......,...... . 71, 134 Kirchner, Phyllis 113 ..,. 48, 76, 95, 148 Kirkland, Karen 113 .. 56. 76, 145, 148 Klassen, Maureen 143 .. TS, 79, 87, 119 Keisner, John 123 .,,...,.........,. ...... 1 41 Klinger, Harold 123 ..,., , ., ,, 141 Klinkey, Paul 143 ,.........,, 77, 78, 119 Klippert, Mary 133 ..................,,...... 134 Kluepfel, Cynthia 123 .... 68, 133, 141 Klorpfel, Ronald 123 ..,., ,,.,.. ,,.... 1 4 1 Kluesinfz, Terry 113 ..... ,,,, 8 8, 148 Knaack, Michael 113 86. 148 Knight, Mary 121 138, 141 Knoll, Bruce 113 .... ,, 148 Knorr, Bruce 123 .... ....,.,. B 5, 141 Knox, Kerry 113 57, 76, 148 Koch, Marybeth 123 ,,,, . 79, 138, 141 Koch, Susan 123 ., .... 56. 138, 141 Koehler, Candace 113 . ........,. , .... 148 Koeneke, Jeanette 113 . H 148 Koeneke, Karla 123 .. , 141 Koeneman, Kenneth 133 .... , 85, 134 Koeneman, Kevin 113 ........, ...,.. . ,. 148 Koeppen, Russell 143 .. ,...,...... Koerner, James 113 . .. .. 148 Kohn, Gary 113 .. .... .. , . 14:1 Kohnke, Gordon 143 ..., .... . , 119 Kokulak, Nancy 123 .,..,.. ., .. , 141 Kolari, James 123 SS, 534. 109, 141 Kolarl, Jean 143 ...., .. ...,,...... 61, 119 Kolczak, Joseph 133 ..., , ..,.,... 85, 134 Koleliler, Candy 113 L., ,, ,,.,,, 72 Kolze, Barbara 133 ,,,,,, . 55, 78, 134 Kopesky, Patricia 123 ..,, , . . 141 Korndorf, Ferdinand 143 , 57, 75, 129 Kort. Marvctte 123 ......... ....,.... 9 1, 141 Kast, Susan 113 ,,., , ,.., .. 56. 76, 148 Koster, Kenneth 113 .. 80, 86, 94, 148 Kouzmanoff, Constan 113 ,,,, 62, 148 Kowalski, Lee 113 ......... . ,..,.. ..,.,. 1 48 Kramer, Mark 123 ..,,., , .. .... 141 Kranz, Mary 113 .... ,, ..,.. 148 Kranz, Michael 113 ..,...... . ...,.., 63, 148 Kranz, Victoria 133 H 69, 72, 134 Kreidich, John 133 ,,,,.........,......,... 134 Kresge, Aleda 133 ,.,, .. 74 Krewer, Robert 113 ........,... .,,,..,. 1 48 Krieman, Valarie 113 ,, ,,,....,,.. 56, 148 Krilcic, Donna 1-13 ,... 24, 64. 78, 119 Krull, Deborah 123 .,.,,,.,,......... ,...... 1 -11 Krull, Robert 143 ,..,,, ,, ., ......... . 119 Krysh, Michael 133 , .. 85, 134 Kubicek, Robert 113 .... ,.,...,... 1 48 Kubin, Catherine 113 .... ....... 1 48 Kubin, Mary 123 ..,,, ,,.., ..,.,....,. 1 4 1 Kudsk, Kenneth 143 .... , .,.. 90, 119 Kudsk. Laura 123 ,.,,,, ,. 141 Kuharich, Donna 123 ,,,, 48, 56. 74, 73, 138, 141 Kuhl, Alfred 123 ,,,, ..,...,. 8 6, 141 Kunkel, Jeanne 123 79, 91, 138, 141 Kunkel, Kathy 143 ,.,,...., 64, 119 Kuntz, Dee 143 ..,..,,, , .,.... 64, 119 Kunz, Mary 133 .,,., ,,,. ,,,,., 2 0 , 1311 Kurrasch, David 113 ,,4S, S6, 101. 148 Kurrasch. Robert 1-13 ,. -33, 60, 71, 119 Kurtz, Jill 113 . ,,,.., , ........,,,,.... .-. 148 Kurtz, Susan 133 . ...,.,,. 31, 71, 13-l Kurzka, Pamela 113 ..,.,,,, , ...,........ 148 Kussow, James I-13 ........ ,, 74, 102, 1153 Kuykendall, John 113 ..,. 88, 94, 148 Kwiecinski. Robert 113 ., ,,,.. S6, 148 - 1, - Lacker, Dana 123 .,.. 70, 73, 91, 141 Lacker, Kim 133 ,,,, 71, 73, 135 Ladd, Sheri 113 . .,,, 73, 148 Ladd, Tracy 123 ,,,... ..........,, 1 41 LaDue, Mark 143 . . 120 LaDue, Michael 113 , , .. 148 Lake. Kenneth 123 .,.. , .,.. 141 Lalish, Joanne 113 ,. , 56, 76. 148 LaL0nd, Allen 123 ,... ,,,,, . 86, 141 Landon, Celeste 113 .,.. .. ...... 148 Landwehr, James 113 . ., . , 148 Landwehr, Kathleen 133 54, 55, 57, 77, 135 Landwehr, Robert 113 .,,. , ..,,. .,,,. 1 48 Lane, Jan 113 .. .. 148 Lane, Jan 113 .,,. . ....,,. ............. , . 87 Laney, Linda 133 ...,.. .. ,.... 69, 135 Langerock, Anita 123 ,...,,, ....... 1 41 Langerock, Mary 113 , ,.,,,, 148 Langhout, John 133 A 60, 71, 135 Langhout, Michael 123 .... 70, 81, 109, 141 Lanhardt, Mark 133 , ,,.,.......... ......... . LaRose, Lawrence 143 .....,,...,. 95, 120 Larsen, Geraldine 133 ., .,.,, 64. 71, 74 Larsen, Carol 113 W ..,....., 148 Larson, David 113 .....,.,...,,. S6, 148 Larson, David 113 vfv. 86, 94. 148 Larson, James 123 79, S6, 105, 1-11 Larson, Larry 123 .,,,, ..,.. 99, 141 Larson, Lesley Lynn 143 .. 45. 48, 52, 60, 77, 95, 120 Larson, Mark 113 ..........,...,..,.. 99, 148 Larson, Pamela 133 ,,.. 53, 68, T1 91. 102, 135 Larson. Scott 123 86, 105. 141 Larson, Stan 113 .,...... ..,..,, ,,,...,..... 1 0 1 Larson, Susan 133 ..... ..,..... 7 1, 135 Larson, Terry 143 , ,......,.. .. 33, 129 Lasheff, Robert 113 .....,... .,,,,.. , 148 Laskowski, Margaret 123 ,....,, .,...... Laslo, Andrea 123 ,, ,.,....,, ,,,...,.. . 141 Lasswell, Sharon 113 ..,,.. 56, 148 Latta, Stephen 123 ..,..... ,, 70, 79, 141 Laufer, Clifford 113 ,,,, 31, 81, SR 148 Laurin, Christie 123 .,...,....,. 57, 141 Laurin, Dana 123 .... , ..., 57, 141 Laurin, Siri 123 ,.,..... ..... . . ............ 141 Lauterburg, Cathrine 123 .,,..,,,..,,.. 141 Lawlis, Anita 133 .,....,. 69, 71, 135 Lehhin, Karen 133 .... ,... .. 56, 72, 135 Lelieau, Susan 143 24, 48, 62, 78, 112 120 Lechelt, Laurie 113 ,,,.. , 76, 1-15, 148 Lockie, Bruce 123 .... 70, 141 Leo, Randolph 133 ..,... ,, , 31, 71, 135 Lee, Steve 123 ,, ,,......,........,..,.. 141 Leeper, Ronald 143 .... ........ 8 1, 120 Lees, Norwyn 143 .... 26. 64, 71, 104, 120 Leighton, Lynette 133 ..,., 71, 135 Leister, Marcia 113 ,,,,., 148 Lemar, Donna 133 ,,,. , ..,., Tl, 135 Lemein, Trudy 123 ..,..... ..., 7 2. 141 Lemmons, Thomas 113 ..,,,,,.,,, .. 148 Lenhardt, Deborah 113 ......,........, 148 Lenhardt, Marc 133 .... 71. 73. 85, 102. 135 Lense, Janet 113 . 76, 145, 148, 151 Lentinv, Frank 133 66. 67, 71, 96 135 Lepkowski, cami 113 76. 145. 143 Lepkowski, Tom 143 . ..,.. 66, 81 120 Lerchenfeld, Christen 113 .,.., 76 148 Levan, Suzanne 113 ............,,.......,... 148 Levecke, Charles 123 . ........... ...... 1 41 Lewis, Bonnie 133 ........,,,..,....,,,. 135 Lewis, Leslie 123 38, 73. 79, 141 L'I-Iommedieu. Valarie 143 ...... 120 Liddell, Bill 133 ., Tl, 85, 93, 102, 135 Lidge. Ernest 123 - 68, 74, 101, 141 Lighthall, Richard 123 68, 101, 141 Liken, Raymond 123 ............... . .... 141 Lillenberg, Victoria 113 ..,,.... 76, 148 Lincoln, Theresa 133 ...,.... .,.. 7 1 135 Lind, Patricia 123 ........ 183, 141 Lindblad, Erich 113 .,,., 101, 148 Lindmark, Myra 133 , , ,. 71, 135 Lindsay, Pamela 123 .... 63, 77, 141 Linsen, Kevin 113 ...,.. ................,.. 9 8 Lindsey, Denis 113 ..... ,.... 9 9, 148 Lindsey, Jeffrey 143 .. ................ 129 Lindsey, Kevin 123 .,.,,........,.,........ 141 Lindsey, Susan 133 .,,. 55, 69, 71, 135 Lindstrom, Linne 133 73, 78 87. 132. 135 Linneweh, Lonna 143 ..... .....,. 6 4, 120 Linsey, Charles 133 ,,,, 71, 100, 129, 135 Lister, John 133 , . 71, 84, 135 Livet, Robert ,... .....,,...,... .. ........... 33 Livingston, Charles 113 ....... ....,. . Locken, Andy 113 ......,.... . ...... 148 Locken. Karen 143 . ..,,.,..,,,. .....,.. 1 28 Lockwood, David 113 , ...,..... 92, 148 Lockwood, David C. 143 ,.,. 84, 90. 108, 120 Lockwood, Linda 123 ....,... .,..,.... 1 41 Lopzsdon, Randall 113 ..,..,.. 63, 76, 148 Loll, Kathryn 143 ..,,. ....,.,.....,......... 1 20 Lonergan, Geoffrey 113 .............-.-.. 148 Long, Arthur 143 ....... .... . . 120 Long, Margaret 113 ....., ..... 1 48 Lopez, Isreael 123 ............. Lorenz, Judy 143 ....., . ...,.......... 120 Loriss, Denise 113 ...... 56. 148 Loughrin, Craig 113 ..,.. 81, 148 Loughran, Leea 123 ,,......... 78, 141 Loughman, Robert 113 ,. ,,,, 88, 148 Lovelady, Wayne 133 .... ,........,.... Lowell, Claire 123 ..,.....,, ....,... 1 41 Louis, Nancy 113 ..,.. .......... . 148 Love, Tim 113 ..,... .... ..., . . . 86, 148 Leudekinl-1. Susan 123 ..... .... .... 1 4 1 Luhrsen, Candy 133 78, 135 Lurhsen, Teena 143 120 Lukoski, Gary 133 ,....,.. .... 135 Lumpp, William 113 , .. ......,. 148 Lunkos, Janet 133 ....,,, ..,,., 6 2, 135 Lussman, William 113 .,,, H ,,.,. 148 Luster, Gordon 123 ....... .,.,. 1 41 Luther, Scott 133 , .,.. ...,.. 1 35 Lykken, Luke 123 ,.,,.. ..... 1 41 Lykken, Mark 143 ,...., ,,...... 1 20 Lynch, Joseph 113 . ...,, ....,...... 1 48 Lyons, Nancy 143 ......,., ........ 9 1, 128 Lynk, Michael 113 ..,......,..,... 68, 148 DI Maas, Patricia Coleen 143 ,, ...... 120 MacCarthy, Thomas P. 143 , . 90, 107, 120 Machacek, Kenneth F. 133 .... 71, 135 Maclntyre, Thomas K. 143 ........ 120 Mackey, Christine 113 ......,... ...., 1 48 MacMurray, Barry 143 .,..., ....... 9 9 Maierhofer, Joanne 113 ........,,,,.... 148 Maierhofer, Judith A. 133 .. 71 74, 135 Main. Lydia. 113 .. ..... . .,.... TG, 148 Main, Michael B, 123 . ,,.. .,..,,.. ... 77 Mainero, Terry F. 123 , 77, 101, 141 M5-112211. Judith 143 ...,..... ., .,..,, ,... 1 20 155 Malcolmson, Kenneth C13 .... 48, 88, 94, 145, 148 Malcolmson, Lawrence C43 .... 33, 44, 48, 60, 62, 86, 89, 92, 93, 102, 120 Malmquist, Carol A. C43 .... 55, 78, 112, 120 Malmqulst, Linda C. C33 ..., 71, 77. 98, 114, 135 Malone, Harry C43 ...,....,,,,......... . 120 Maloney, Melanie C13 ,..... 56, 74, 76. 145. 148 Maltman, Elizabeth C23 ,, 77, 96, 98, 138. 141 Maltman, James C13 ..,. 48. 86, 94, 145, 148 Mandele, Mary E. C23 .... 74, 77, 141 Mandollni, Judy M. C33 ,,,. 56, 57, 58. 59, 71, 96, 135 Mangan, Frank J. C23 .... 77, 101, 141 Manning, Kevin C13 ........,............... 148 Manos, James C. C23 .... 77, 88, 141 Manos, John C13 ,......,..,.,..,....,. 86, 148 Marcucci, Patrick C43 ...,... ,........ 1 20 Marcussen, Brian F. C33 ........ 71. 135 Margel, Linda M. C23 ........ 77, 141 Marlnello, Brian C33 .,,. 71, 85, 112, 135 Marks, Bonnie L. C43 .... 52, 64, 66, 67, 75, 81, 99, 103. 109, 110, 120 Marks, Peggy D. C33 .... 55, 71, 91, 97. 105. 113. 135 Markshausen, Kim G. C43 .... 84, 90. 93, 102, 120, 131 Markstrom, Karen L. C23 .... 56, 58, 79, 114, 138, 141 Marschman, Cathy C13 .,,.,.,.....,,,, 1148 Marschman, Terry A. C23 ,,.. 77, 86, 141 Marshall, Anita H. C23 ............ 77, 81, 141 Marshall. Bruce B. C23 ............ 77, 141 Marshall, Marianne C13 ...,.... 56, 148 Marshall, Robert B. C23 ...... 77, 99, 141 Marszalek, David A. C23 -. 77. 88, 141 Martel, Donald C13 ......,.,.,,.... 86, 148 Martel, Wilbert W. C33 ............ 135 Martin, Linda C13 ..................., 57, 148 Martin. Pam C43 ...................... 57, 120 Martin, Sharon A. C23 .... 56, '12, sv, 138, 141 Martin, Vlrglnia A. C43 ..,,,,,,,,,, 120 Marum, Janet C13 ..,..,,,,,,,,,,,.,.,,,,, 148 Marum, Steven E. C23 .... 66, 77, 141 Matschinegg, Joanne F. C23 ....,... 141 Matthews, Amy I. C43 .... 64, 104, 121 Mattix, Gregory C13 ,,,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 143 Maun, Kimberly A. C23 .......,.... 63, 77, 141 May, Kenneth Allan C33 .... 71, 85, 92, 135 Maybee, Debra C13 ..,,,,,.,,,,.,,,..,,,, 148 Mayer, Dawn E. C23 .... 52, 72, 74, 79, 99, 114, 141 Mayhercy, James C. C23 ,,..... . 77, 141 McAllister, Gary C33 ........ 84, 85, 108 McAllister, Joan c. C43 . 64, 72, 114, 121 McArthur, James R. C23 .... 77, 100, 141 McArthur, Lee C13 ............ 86, 148 McArthur, Linda C43 .,........ 64, 121 McBride, Kathleen H. C23 .... 74, 77, 138, 141 McCabe, Susan M. C43 ,......... ..... . 121 McCallister, Gary D. C33 .... 71, 84, 85, 135 McClellan, Michael S. C23 .... 77, 141 McCollum, Paul C43 .......,............,. 121 McCormick, Judith A. C23 ,... 55, 74, 138, 141 McCoy, Patrick E. C23 77. 141 McCoy, Richard W. C43 ...,....,... 121 McCratic, Darlene C. C23 .,... .. 77, 141 McCratic, Sally Jo C43 ........ 100, 121 McCratic, Ronald C43 ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, Mennnsld, Beth M. C23 62, 138, 141 McDonald, John D. C23 ............ 36, 77. 86. 90. 109, 141 McDonald, Maureen B. C23 ,... 77. 141 McD0nnel, Ceclle C23 ........,,,,......,. 141 McDonnell, Dawn C23 ,,,,..,,...,.,,, 56, 72 McDonnell, John J. C23 .... , 77, 141 McDougall. Gary A. C23 77, 109. 141 McDougall, Jerry C13 .................... 148 McDougall, Linda Lou C33 .... 71, 135 McDougall, Patrick M. C23 .... 77, 141 Mc Elhose, Linda C13 ............ 72, 148 McGowan, Mark W. C23 ........ 70, 77, 101, 109, 141 McGrath, Janet L. C33 71, 135 McGrath, Timothy C13 ,...,,,,. 86, 148 McGrath. William J. C23 62, 77, 138, 141 McGuffey, C. David C33 .... 71, 85, 87, 93, 102, 135 McKay, Alistair C23 .....,.. 77, 79, 88, 114, 141 McKay, Linda. C43 . .... ............. . .. 121 McKay, Patrlels C23 ......,..... 77, 141 McKay, Randy C43 ........ 112, 121 McKay, scott C13 ........ .,...... 1 45, 148 McKay, Susan C43 ..... . ...,............ 121 McMillan, Charles D. C33 ...,........ 135 McMillan. Dennis C43 95, 102, 156 McMillan, Guy C13 ........,,.,........... . 148 McMillan, Jacquelin C13 .... 56, 76, 148 McNamara, Cathleen A. C33 -... 71. 135 McReynolds, Karen L. C23 .... 77, 79, 87, 91, 114, 138, 141 McReynolds, Robert C13 ...,......,... 148 Mcvlcker, Kathleen C23 .... 77, 141 McWhinney, Hoely C13 ................ 148 McWhinney, Frank C23 .... 77, 101, 141 Meacham, Dennis I. C23 77, 85, 141 Mead, Sherri C43 .,,,........ 69, 121 Mechling, Bruce C13 .......,.... 99, 148 Mechling, Robert C43 ..........,...,..... 121 Meinhardt, Sandra A. C33 .... 53. 63. 66, 67, 71, 90, 102, 135 Mendl, Barbara A. C33 .... 71, 73, 79, 91, 102, 112, 135 Mensch, Sandra E. C33 ..,.,.,. 71, 135 Menschlng, Joanne C13 .........,.,.... 148 Mercer, Patricia A. C33 ..,. 48, 68, 71, 95, 97, 135 Merkel, Margaret C13 ................ 148 Merrick, Patrick C43 .... ...... ......... 1 2 1 Metz, Peter R. C23 ..... 77. 99, 141 Metzel, Carol C43 .... ,......... . ..... 6 9, 121 Metzel, Michael C13 ., ,....... ...... 1 48 Meuser, Diane C13 .,...,.....,,............, 148 Meyer, Barbara C13 ,,.,,....,..,,,,..,. 148 Meyer, Keith Robert C23 .... 77. 141 Meyer, Kenneth D, C33 .... 54, 71, 85, 96, 135 Meyer, John C13 .................... 86. 148 Meyer, Marilyn L. C33 .... 56, 71, 135 Meyers, Mary Jane C23 ........ 77, 96. 141 Meyers, Gary C43 ...,.,... 60, 64, 121 Meyers, Penny C33 .,.. 56, 57, 58, 59, 71, 91, 96. 135 Micek, Michael C13 ....,........... 76, 148 Micek. Pamela C43 . ,.... 73. 105. 121 Mlchalskl, Richard C13 ,, .............. 148 Michalski. Thomas C43 ....,......... 121 Miesse, Roberta D. C33 .... 71, 78, 87, 112, 113, 135 Miksta. Kenneth C13 ...... ...... .....,. 1 4 9 Milburn, Jean E. C23 .... 77, 78, 114, 138, 141 Miller, Betty Jean C13 .................... 149 Miller. Cynthia A. C23 ........ 48, 56, 72, 74, 77, 79, 87, 102, 112, 141 Miller, Glen C33 ,, ..,..............,.. 71, 135 Miller, Gloria A. C33 , .....,. 71, 87, 135 Miller. Linda. L. C23 .... 77, 105, 141 Miller, Mlcaela C13 ,........... ..... 1 49 Miller, Penny C43 .................. 64, 121 Miller, Robert C33 . .,.,... s4, 108, 135 Miller, Robert C23 .. ..... 77, 100, 141 Miller, Russell C13 ..,..,........ 68, 149 Miller, Wayne P. C33 .................. 135 Mlllhouser, Jean A. C23 ............ 77, 141 Mills, Janet C13 ,,.,,..,,,,,.,,.,,,,,,,.,.,.,. 149 Mills, Michael C43 ............... ....... . . 121 Milne, James W. C33 .... 55, 67, 71, 80, 81, 110. 135 Miresse, Pamela L. C23 .... 31, 56, 70, 77, 78, 114, 138, 141 Mlrs, Elizabeth A. C33 .... '71, 91, 135 MirS. Lee A. C23 .................. 77, 142 MUS. LYHII L. C43 ................ 33, 121 Mlrs, Patricia J. C23 .,...,....,. 77, 142 Mitchell, Glenn C33 .,.. 90, 99, 102, 103, 135 Mitchell, Linda C13 ,....,,,,,,, 65, 72, 129 Mitchell, Susan A. C33 64, 71, 75, 114, 135 Moeller, Charles H. C43 ,,.,,,,,, 1211 -Moeller, Jack C13 ...,.... 68, 86, 149 Mohr, Michael L. C23 .,.. 77, ss, 109, 142 Molitef, Raymond C23 .......... . .,...... 22 Molitor, Brian G. C33 .................,,..... 71 Molitor, Raymond A. C23 .... 77, 142 Moore, Kim Patrick C13 .... 99, 149, 151 Moore, Sharon C43 .,,,,,.,,,,,,, ,,,,, 7 3, 121 Moos, James P. C23 ,....... .... 7 7, 142 Moravac, Kathleen F, C43 .,.. 69, 73, 121 Morsen, Scott C13 ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, ,,,, 1 49 Moritz, Craig C13 ,,,,,.,,,,,. 35, 94, 149 Morrison, Fred C13 ,,.,,,.,,, ,,,,, S 6, 149 Morrison, James C13 ....., , ,,,,,.,,,, 149 Morrow, John C13 .. ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, , 86, 149 Morrow, Susan J. C43 ..,,.,,,,,,..,,,. , 121 Morse, Leroy C13 .................... 94, 149 Moses, Mikel L. C43 .... 53, 55, 77, 78, 112, 113, 121 Moss, David L. C43 ,...,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 121 MOSS. Debra Susan C23 ..... ., 77. 142 Moss, Melinda A, C23 ,,,,,,,,,,,, 77, 142 Mothershead, Robert C43 .....,,,,,.,,,,,,,,.,, Moulton, Ruth A. C43 ,,,,, ,,,,,,, 1 22 Moyer, Glenn C13 ,,,,,..,.,.,,, ,,,,,,,,, 1 49 Mueller, Beverly J. C33 , ,.,, ., 71, 135 Mueller, Bruce W. C33 ........ 71, 135 Mueller, Larry C13 ,,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,, 1 4 9 Mullner, Marilyn G, C33 .... 55, 71. 135 Murdock, Michael P. C23 .... 77, 142 Murdock, Suzanne C13 ..... , .,....., 149 Murphy, Claudia. C43 ,,,,,,.,, .,,,,, 1 22 Murphy, Kathleen C23 ..,. ........., 1 42 Murphy, Linda J'. C33 .,.......... 71, 135 Murphy, Richard C13 ..,,,,,,,,,,, ,.,, 1 49 Murphy. William F. C23 ..,. 63, 77, 138, 142 Muslch. Mark Edward C13 .... 86, 149 Mustain, Kenneth C13 .... .,,..... . 149 Mustain, Walter J. C33 .....,.. 71, 135 Myer, Terrell A. C23 ..,.,. 77, 79, 114, 142 Myers, Marcia S. C23 .... 56, 77, 142 N Naeher, Sandra. C13 ............ .. 149 Nagel, Timothy C13 .........,.. 70, 149 Nagorny, Alice C13 ...............,.... 55, 149 Nagorny, Lawrence E. C33 ...,.... 135 Nakutny, Kathleen M. C43 ............ 122 Nall, Era. C33 ........,,,,..... ,......, . 135 Nall, Mary C13 ...,,.,.,,,,, , ...,.,.,,,.,..,.... 149 Namovicz, Richard V. C43 ........ 122 Nastal, Frank J. C33 ..,......,.............. 135 Natzkc, Kenneth J. C33 ................ 135 Nawrot. Jack R. C33 .... 80, 81, 135 Naylor, Gail C43 ......,....,,......,.,........ 122 Neas, David U. C23 ...................... 142 Nebel, .Tack S. C33 ............ 108, 135 Neftzger, D. Gregory C43 .... 81, 100, 122 Nelson, Carol J. C23 .......... .. 79, 142 Nelson, Dawn Leslie C23 .... 74, 79, 138, 142 Nelson, Karol C33 ...............,............ 135 Nelson, Ronald A. C23 ,,., 86, 92, 109, 142 Nelson, Susan C13 ..............,,............ 149 Nerlinger, Ruth C13 ..,,.... 56, 76, 149 Ness, Gayle C23 .................. 79, 142 Neumann, Mark J. C23 ........ 109, 142 Newlin, Michael C13 .... 81, 86, 149 Newquist, Kenneth E. C33 .... 55, 67, 80, 81, 90. 104 135 Nichols, Jane A. C43 .... ....,.. 6 4, 128 Nichols, Thomas C13 .... , ............ 149 Nlckol, Richard W. C23 ............ 142 Nickol, Thomas C13 ..........., 86, 149 Nielsen, Linda J. C23 ...... ........... 1 42 Nielsen, Scott C13 .....,..... ..... .... 1 4 9 Nielsen, Tina C13 .... .....,...... 7 2, 149 Niemczyk, Susan K. C33 .... 55, 72, 78, 135 Niemeyer, John C23 .................,...... 142 Nightingale, Janis F. C23 ............ 142 Nisle, Nancy D. C33 .........,. .,... 1 35 Nisle, Sandra J. C23 ........ ....... 1 42 Nitch, Kathleen R. C43 .............. 122 Nltch, Nancy J. C33 ................ 72, 135 Ncerenberg, John W. C23 .... 79, Nolting, Charles W. C23 ..,......... 142 Nordyke, Carol L. C43 ................ 128 Norris, Lynda L. C33 .... 53, 55, 70, 77, 135 Novaria, Robert J. C23 ..,. ........... 1 42 Nowack, Julie E. C23 56, 58, 71, 79, 138, 142 Nurenburg, John C3 .................... 77 Nystrom. Chrlstovher C33 135 Nystrom, Paul C13 .........,,, .... 1 49 0 Oas, Keith R, C43 122 Oates, Alan E. C33 ....... .... 1 35 Oates, Thomas P. C43 ..........,......... 122 Oates, Timothy C13 ....................,......,.... 0Berry Bradford C13 .... 86, 94, 149 O'Brien, Diane C33 , ...................,... 135 O'Brien, M. Irene C23 ................ 142 O'Brien, Joseph L. C23 ...... 142 O'Brien, Margaret A. C23 .....,..,,,, 142 O'Brien, Mary A. C23 ,.., ............. . 142 O'Brien, Maureen C. C43 .... 64, 128 0'Brlen Robert C33 ..., ..........,...., 1 35 O Connor, Lorie C13 .................,...... 149 O'Donnell, Noreen K. C23 ............ 142 0'dor, Susan M. C33 .... 56, 72, 135 Oertel, John C13 .... .................,...... 1 49 Oestmann, Janie C33 .... 48, 56, 78, 132, 135 Often, Deirdre C13 .........,..,, ,.,,,,,,, . , 149 Ohman. Sandra C33 .... 55, 77. 31, 135 Ohrstrom, Stein C13 . ,......... ........... 1 49 Oldenburg, Camille R. C43 .... 55 64, 122 Oldenburg, Diane R. C33 ,.,,,,,,,,,, 135 Oldenburg, Karen L. C43 .... 74, 128 Oldenburg, Marta A. C23 .... 63, 138, 142 Olinger. Jean C43 ....,.......,............,.... 122 Ollnger, Peter C43 ,, ...... .......... . 122 Olipra, Susan A. C43 .... 64, 74, 128 Olsen, Ellen C. C33 ........ 54, 57, 135 Olsen, Georgette C13 ..,....,. ,........ 1 49 Olsen, Linda Eileen C43 .... 74, 78. 122 Olson. Ann C. C33 ............ 87, 135 Olson, Carol A. C43 ,, 54, 57, 65, 128 Olson, Cynthia M. C23 ...., , ....,,,, 142 Olson, Jane E. C43 .... 52, 54, 56 72, 87, 122 Olson, Karl C23 ............. .........,...,.. 1 42 Olson, Mary Barb C33 ,... 54. 58. 87, 135 Olson, Mary Ellen C23 .,,,,.,,,..,,,,. 142 Olson, Peter K. C33 ...,,,, ,,,,.,, 1 35 O'Malley, Kathy C43 ,,,. ,,,, .,,,,,,, 1 2 2 Omeara, Karen C13 .... 72, 149 0'Neal, Gail C33 ........,. ,,,,,.,,,,,,,, 1 35 0'N9Hl. Janet C43 ----- ..... 78, 128 Opela, Todd C13 ..., N .................... 149 Orcutt, Cheryl M. C23 ,,,,.....,,.,,,,,,., 142 Ormsbee, Candace C. C43 ., 87, 91, 128 Ormsbee, Deborah L. C23 ., 91, 138, 142 Ormsbee, Sandra M- C43 .......... 128 Orourke, Mary T. C43 .... .....,.,..,. 1 22 O'Rourke, Terry C43 ...... 60, 61 Ostrow, Allan C43 ..... ..,,...,....... 1 22 Ortiz, Theresa C33 ..............,..,,,.... 71 Ostrow, L. Jane C33 .... 71. 78. 135 Owen, Shirley A. C43 .... 72. 73. 87, 122 Owens, Anne C13 ........... .... . 72, 149 P Paelmo. Michael N. C43 .... 49, 71, 122 Page, Cora J. C33 .... 95, 97, 135 Page, Paula P. C43 .........,...... 91, 122 Page, Shawn C13 .................,,. 72, 149 Paglia, Jean T. C43 ........ 69, 73, 122 Palaclos, Armandl C13 ..... .,........ 1 49 Palacios, Estella C23 .,.......... ....,,. ..... 1 4 2 Palmatier, David A. C33 .... 53, 55, 56, 62, 67, 75, 77, 78, 135 Palmer, Arlene A. C23 ................ 142 Palmer, Scott D. C43 84, 90, 122 Pamp, James D. C33 ............ 100, 135 Panek, Carl C43 ....,...............,................. Parish, James C13 ................ 86, 149 Parish, Paul C43 .... 71, 84, 90, 108, 122 Parker, Shelia C13 ........ .........,..... 1 49 Parnin, Rex C13 ...... ....... 7 6. 149 Pascale, Brian C 3 ...., .............. 9 9 Passarelll, David C13 ........ ............. 1 49 Pastirik, Diana C13 .....,...,.. 145, 149 Pastor, Richard J. C33 ............ 135 Patanella, Deborah C33 ................ 135 Patterson, Gwen M. C23 ............ 142 Patterson, Jean M. C43 ....,............. 128 Patterson, Larry C13 ,....,.,,..,.. 101, 149 Patterson. Marcia C13 ,... ........... 1 49 Patti, Richard C13 ,,.......,,................. 149 Paulsen. Cynthia J. C23 .............. 142 Pauly, Janis A. C23 ,............ 91, 142 Pautz, Barbara J. C43 -..... .... 5 6, 122 Pautz, Thomas A. C23 .................... 142 Pavlonlcs, George C13 .... 70, 80. 141 Peale, Ray C3 ........ 71. 84. 100 Peale, Thomas R. C33 ...,.,...... 135 Peck, Michael C33 ............. 61 84 Peck, Pamela C13 ............ , ....... 149 Pecora, Susan C13 ........... ..... 1 49 Pecoraro, Michael C13 .... ..... 1 49 Pedersen, Bonnie C13 ,.........,.. ..... 1 49 Pedersen, George N. C33 ...,........ 135 Peek, Elizabeth S. C23 .... 31. 48, 87, 34, 142 Peek, Emery C13 ....,...........,. .. 62, 149 Pelland, Richard R. C23 ........ 88. 142 Pennings, Pam C33 ................ 91, 135 Perez, Olga B. C23 ..... .............. 1 42 Perpto, Tony C 3 ............. ....................... Perrin, Joann K. C23 . ....... 74, 138, 142 Perschbacher, Lisa A. C43 .....,...... 122 Peszat, Philip E. C43 ............... .. 122 Peszat, Sharri A. C43 ................ 122 Petersen. Barbara C13 .... 56, 76, 149 Peterson, Denise L. C23 .... 79, 138. 142 Peterson, Jeff S. C23 .................... 142 Peterson, Lynn C. C33 .. 57. 60. 91 Peterson, Steven C13 .................... 149 Peterson, Susan C3 ......, .................... Peyton, Daniel C13 ......................... 149 Peyton, Fred C23 ...............,-..,..-------- 142 Peyton, Madelva C43 .... 62, 64, 122 Pfrank, Robert L. C33 .............. 135 Phlllls, Kathleen J. C23 .... 138, 142 Phillis, Linda L. C33 ...................... 135 Phillips, Lyda C43 . ..... ..... ......,. . . . 128 Philo, Brad C43 ........ ......... 8 4. 123 Philo, James C. C33 ............ 100. 135 Pickard, Scott C43 ........ 60, 106, 123 Pickett, James D. C33 .............. 135 Pierce, Elizabeth C13 .................... 149 Pierce, Ilma. C33 ........... ........ 1 35 Pierce, Patti C33 ....... ,.....,. ...... 7 8 Pierce, Terry C13 ........ ...,........ 8 6, 149 Pierre, Glenn N. C23 -... 81, 99. 142 Pierre, Susan L. C33 55, 73, 81, 135 Pierre, Wayne C13 ............ 81, 99, 149 Pilip, Linda C13 ,.... .............,........... 1 49 Pingel, Karl K. C43 .... 26, 81, 90 123 Piper, Mary Patriot C13 .... 55, 72, 149 Pitts, Terence B, C33 ........ 102, 135 Plant, Diane C13 ........................... . 149 Plant, Val C43 ........... ..... 7 2, 91, 128 Platt, Karen I. C33 .... 36, 78, 135 Plessner, Frederick C23 ..., 109, 142 Plessner, Kathleen C33 ,....... ...... .... 1 3 5 Plodzien, Christine C33 ......,. 87, 135 Ploetz, Catherine S. C23 .,,,.... 56, 142 Ploetz, John L. C43 .... 54. 58, 123 Pollard, David C13 ...,..........,....... 149 Pollitz, John C13 ......,....,..,. 86, 94, 149 Poole, Diane L. C43 .............,.......... 123 Porowsl-cl, Anne C33 ..,, ............... 1 35 Porowskl, Irene C13 ..,... 63, 149 Porter, John C33 .,.......,.. , ...,.....,. 135 Pounding, Robert C33 ..... ,..,.. . . 135 Powers, Virginia C13 ......... ...... 1 49 Prak, John C 3 ...,,,.,.,.........,,.....,....... 33 Prather, Michael D. C23 .,......... ,.,...... Prediek, George C13 ........,,.......... .. 149 Prediek, Paul C43 47, 71, 74, 123 Prentiss, Kathleen C. C33 .,,. 87, 135 Press, Louis R. Jr. C33 .,.. 29, 71, 81, 108, 135 Pressney, Gary M. C33 ....,......,.... 135 Pretto, Anthony M. C33 ..,. 81. 100, 135 Pretto, Susan C13 .,.......,,,.... ,... ...,, , 1 49 Pribllskl, Iillchael C13 ,...,, 88, 149 Price, Gary J. C33 ........ 34, 93, 136 Price, William J. C21 .... 71, 88, 142 Prochaska, Bradley C11 .... 99. 149 Prochaska, Gary G. C21 .... 88, Proebstle, Mike H. C31 ..... ........ 1 35 Proobstle, Steven J. C21 ....,......., ,, 142 Pruyn, Robert A. C31 . ...,. .. 33, 135 Przebieda, Richard C21 .....,.,......., 142 Ptak, John M. C31 ., ........,,,..,...... 135 Puckett, Melinda C21 .,..,,..,, ..,,.. . ,. 142 Pllgsley, Michael J. C31 ..,. 60, 135 Punch, Linda G. C41 .,.. 54, 65, 72. 123 Purvlne, Louanne C11 ........... .... 1 49 Q Quackenbush, Kim K. 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C31 .... 53, 55 63, 78, 138 Richardson, Edward E. C31 ........,. 78, 110, 136 Richey, D. Scott C41 ....,,,,.....,...... 123 Richey, Pamela C11 ...... ....... 5 7, 149 Richter, Mark W. C31 .... .......,,.. 1 36 Rlckerson, Beth A. C21 ..... ........ 1 42 Rickerson, William C41 .. ,....,,,,.... 123 Rjdderlng, Becky R. 141 .... 104, 123 Rlddering, William C11 ,, .,,,,..,,,,,.,, 149 Rider, Craig C 1 , .......,,,,.,. .......... S 6 Riecler. Michael C11 ...... , .... 149 Riemer, Fred F. 121 .... 142 Rlngel, Colleen C11 ...... ..... 1 49 Rlzzio, Richard C11 .... ,,,,, 1 49 Roach, John C11 ....,.,, ..,.,,., 1 49 Robb, Brian C11 ...,.... , .,,,,,,,,, 149 Robb, Douglas C21 ,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 1 42 Roberts, Bonnie C11 ...........,.. 34, 149 Roberts, Lynn C. C21 ...... ..... ..,... 1 4 2 Robertson, Susan F. C31 ,,......... 136 Robinson, Deborah A. C21 ....,... 142 Robinson, Richard S. C41 .1..,....... 123 Robson, Douglas A. 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C41 .,....... . .... 60, 67. 75, 124 Simmonds, Saundra L. C31 ,, .... 73, 95, 136 Simpson, Mary L. C21 55, 62, 105, 142 Sims, Clark A. C41 .,........ 77, 78, 112, 124 -Sims, Pamela .T. C21 .... 63, 79, 143 Sintov, Cathy C41 . ........................,.. 81 Slnclalr, Steven G. C131 .... 71. 111, 136 Sjorgen, Craig C11 .,........ 81, 99, 150 Skahlll, James C21 ........ .,,,,......,..... 1 43 Slater, Chuck E, C41 ....... ............ 1 24 Slater, Rondi C41 ............ 64, 74, 124 Sleger, Alan C11 ........ ,,,.,. ......,.. . . .. 150 Small, Greg Allan C21 ------.. 80, 143 Smentek, Marian L. C21 ....... ,,.,. , . 143 Smith, Diane C41 . ,,.. .... 5 2, 78, 128 Smith, Gregory C. C21 ...........,,. 36, 86, 109, 143 Smith, Jeff S. C21 .,.,... ....., 1 09, 143 Smith, Jeffrey C11 ......,.,................. 150 Smith, Julia Ann C21 ........ .. 138, 143 Smith, Kenton M. C41 .......................... Smith, Merry C41 .... .. 128 Smith, Michelle A. C21 ........ . 143 Smith, Monique C11 .,.... ..,, 7 6, 150 Smith, Patricia A. C11 ........ 73, 150 Smith, Patricia C. C41 .... 45, 53, 62, 128 Smith, Patricia M. C11 .... 63, 76, 150 Smith, Raymoml N. C31 .......... 85, 136 Smith, Sharon C11 .,... .. 74, 76, 150 Smith, Shelley C21 ..... .. ...,.....,., , 138 Smith, Susan Jean C21 .... 79, 138, 143 Smith, Torn C41 ...... ............ .......... 1 2 9 Smuda, Bob C41 ..,,,...,.,.,,,,,,,,,,,, 54, 124 Smuda, Georganne C. C21 .... 55, 143 Socha, Darlene M. C41 .. ...,,........... 124 Soderstrom, Victor C21 .... 102, 143 somers, Brad J. C-11 78, 84, 90, 108, 128 Somers, David M. C21 .,.. 94, 109, 143 Somers, Douglas C31 .... 93. 108, 136 Somers, Todd M. C21 ,...,,. 84, 143 Sonntag, Bonnie C21 .. .,....,.. 72, 143 Sonntag, Nancy E, C41 ..,.. .,.,. ,.... 1 2 4 Soprano, Michael J. C21 ,.... 143 Sorensen. Nancy L. C21 .,,.. . .,.. 143 Sorgatz, John A. C31 ....... ....... 1 36 Southard, James R. C31 .... ...... 1 36 Soutllard, Melonia S. C21 ,,,,,,,,,,,, 143 Sowka, Alan E. C21 ........., ...... 1 43 Spaeth, Barbara C41 . ,,.,.., ..,.., 1 24 Spears, Elise C11 .. .,.... ..,,.. 1 50 Spears, Mark L. C21 .... ...... 1 43 Spector, Debra C21 ..,....... . .,,. 143 Speese, Donald C21 ..... ...,.... 1 43 Spencer. Joseph A. C31 .. ........ 33, 136 Spencer, Robert C11 . ,.., .,....... 1 50 Spethmann, Susan C11 73, 150 Spicer, John C21 ...........,.... .... ,... 1 4 3 Spies, Jay Maril C11 ..,..,.. 73, 76, 150 Spillar, Barbara C 1 .,.,,,,,....,,,......... 33 Spink, David C11 .... ,. ..... .... 9 9, 150 Spink, Donald B. C31 ........... ....... 1 36 Splittorif, Anne L. C31 72, 78, 94, 97, 136 Splittorff, Louis A. C21 ...... 109, 143 Spoerlc-in, Robert C11 .................... 150 Spomer, Carol A. C41 .. 49, 52, 57. 64, 71, 125 Sporleder, William C11 ................ ,. 150 Srednicki, Scott M. C21 ,..........,.... 143 Srednicki, Greg A. C41 ...... ..,,.... 1 25 Staadt, Thomas A. C21 .... 64, 79, 143 Staahl, Carol M. C21 .,.. 79. 138, 143 Staahl, Diane C11 .... 56, 63, 76, 1456 15 Staahl, Martin R. C41 ,... 78, 125 stahl, Randall G. C21 ...... ........... 1 43 Stage, Jean C11 . .... ........ ..... ........ 1 5 0 Stains, Robert C11 .. ,... ,, 150 Stains, Kathryn M. C21 .... 65, 72, 74. 143 Stanczak, Richard C11 ........ 86, 150 Stanczak, Stanley C31 ., ......... 85, 136 Stansbury, Monica C11 ........ 76, 150 Starek, Steve W. C41 .... 53, 90, 125 Stark, William C11 .........,.... 63, 150 Starkey, James R. C21 ...... ,.,..,.,.... 1 43 Starr, Bradley R. C31 .... .. 48, 136 Stauder, Melanie A. C31 ..,..... 56, 136 Steele, David R. C21 .... 18, 79, 94, 143 Steele, Laurel A. C21 56, 79, 143 Stefan, Deborah A. C31 ,..... .. 56, 136 srefanlk, carl J. C41 .......,........,.., 125 Stefanlk, Joe M. C41 , ..... ....... 1 25 Stefanilc, Susan M. C31 ..,.. ....... 1 36 Stefanik, Thomas F. C21 .... ..... 1 43 Stegemeyer, Susan O. C21 .... 55, 143 Stein, Bruce E. C21 ............ 79, 143 Stein, Cheryl C21 , ....... 63, 78, 143 Stein, Edward E, C41 , ,...... ,........ , 125 Stein, Shirley C21 ..,............... 79, 143 Steiner, Laurel E. C21 ........... .... 1 43 Stelling, Xvilliam E. C21 .... 57, 77, 78, 79, 94, 98, 105, 143 Stephens, Martha C11 ........,... 56, 150 Sternberg, Sue C11 .......................... 150 Sterner, Kathleen A. C31 ...,,...,.............., Stevens, Laura L. C41 , ...........,............... Steven, Paul A. C21 ...... 86, 105, 143 Stevens, Thomas E, C21 .,....,.....,... 143 Stewart, Carol C11 ................. ........ 1 50 Stewart, Juliane C11 . .... ...,....... 1 50 Stewart, Marjorie C41 ............ 64, 125 Stier, Gall Lynn P. C21 .... .... 7 4, 143 Stigger, Alice C11 .... 57, 81, 150 Stigger, Robert E. C41 .......,...,,.,..,.....,.... Stipp, James C11 ........ 86, 94, 150 Stlpp, Julie M. C31 ...........,........., 136 Stluka, Robert A. C31 ....... ........... 1 36 Stockdale, Jeffrey C11 ..........., '10, 150 Stone, Sandra S. C31 ............ 78, 136 Stout, Susan G. C31 . .... .......... 1 36 Stout, Warren C11 ....... ................ 1 50 Storder, Dane C11 .......,.......,....,......,,..... Strait, Walter E. C21 ..........,. 105, 143 Stratton, Steve C21 .... 86, 109, 143 Sltrelt, Nancy E. C41 ........,....... ..,. 1 25 Strelt, Robert C11 ,....,.......... ............ 1 50 Stricker, William C11 ,....... ....... . .. 150 Stroben,,Kathy M. C21 .... 55, 62, 100, 143 Strock, Betty Jean C21 .................. 143 Strock, Gary C11 ............,... 101, 150 Stroder, Dave C 1 ........... . ...... . ....... 99 Stroeder, Dave C 1 ........... ........., , , 76 Strother, Patricia E. C21 .,,..,.. 87, 143 Strzelecki, Shirley C11 .................... 150 Stubbs, James C31 .................. 88, 136 Stueber, Douglas C. C21 .... .. 86, 143 Stull, Jon J. C41 . ,.......... .. ,... 100, 125 Stump, Greg C 1 ..,.....,.... ...........,. 6 3 Stumnf, Donald C11 ......... ....... 1 50 Suchomski, Kenneth C11 ....,,.......... 150 Suchomski, Robert J. C21 .... . .... 143 Sudeen, Susan C11 ..., 72, 73, 76, 150 Sulander, Robert C. C31 ........ 70, 136 Sullivan, Tom C41 ......,...,.......,....... 125 Summers, Mike C31 ............... . 136 Sunilstrom, Slgrid C11 ...,............ 150 Suzuki, Neil C. C31 .... 71, 93, 102. 136 Svast, John C41 ..,..... ................. 125 Swaby, Alan C41 ...................... 66. 125 Swanezy, James S. C41 .,.. 84, 92, 125 Swanezy, Susan C21 .... 79, 138, 143 Swanson. Thomas L. C21 .... 89, 143 Sward, Thomas C11 .. ,... ..,............. 1 50 Sweeny, Barbara D. C21 ..............,,.... 98 Swegles, Tom C41 ........ 55, 64, 125 Swenson, Jean K. C41 .................... 125 Swim, Robert G. C21 ............ 86, 143 Syein, Shirley C21 ............................ 143 Sygnator, Janet M. C31 .... 53. 56, 636 1 Syoen, Alexander H. C21 ..........., 143 syoen, Elizabeth c. C41 ...,. sv, 125 'I' Tackes, Patricia C31 ........ ....... 1 36 Taege, Cynthia E. C21 ................ 143 Taege, Terrence L. C41 ,...... . 84, 125 Tagmeier, Gail J. C41 .................. 125 Talllon, Shirley C11 .. .... . 76, 150 Taischer, Sharon C 1 ..... ..............---.- Tanis, Peter C11 .... ....... ........ 1 5 0 Tanis, Steven J. C31 ..... ,,.. 1 36 Tannery, George C11 ..... .... 1 50 Tapp, Claudia C131 ......... . ..,. A... . Taylor, Barbara C41 .................,. 125 Taylor, Bruce C41 ..........,,...................... Taylor, Henry A. C41 .... 98. 125. 130 Taylor, Patricia C11 ............,....... .. 150 Taylor, Susan C11 .... ..,........., ....... 1 5 0 Taylor, XVilliam L. C31 ...... ..,. 1 36 Tchalvosky, Richard C 1 .... ...,. . S0 Teddy, Genevieve S. C21 .... .... 1 43 Temko, Glenn C11 ..........,,.............. 150 Templin, John F. C41 ......,....,......,......... Templin, Kenneth C11 .......,............ 150 Tennant, Harry C41 .... 26, 48, 52. 53, 125 Terhune, Barbara C31 .... 56, 91, 136 157 Van Dellen, Paula L, C21 .,,.. 143 Vaml0Veglc-, Arlo HJ .. .,... .. 126 Vanclevegie, Carol flb ,, 150 Van Ee, John J, 14? 66, 126 Vanek, Deborah flu . .. , 76, 150 Vnnrnalte, Glimvrl. C. KU , , .,,. 129 Vanwinkle, Wesley rlj ..,. . 86, 150 Vetter, Gail A. f-il ., h-1, 126 Vetter, John R. L35 ..,. 85, 108, 136 Voelker, Carol 143 , ...,........ 64, 126 Vogel, Debra up ..,... , 56, 76, 150 Vogel, Donald C. 125 74, 79, 138. 143 Vogel, Gail Ann 435 ..... ...... 7 8, 136 Vogeler, Don K J ............ ....,. 71 Volleler, Susan K-15 .,...... 60, 81, 126 Voight, Gregg A. 433 .................. 136 Voise, Adrienne 411 .... 56, 70, 76, 145, 150 Voise, Valerie Kay 1,21 ..,. 56, 70, 78, 1138, 143 Vombraek, Cathy Q13 ........... , ..... 150 Von Boeckmann William C31 .... 90, 104, 136 Von Ebers, Donald J. Q41 90, 98. 126 Von Ebers, Stephen 115 ..,..... 99, 150 W Waara, Kathryn J. L23 79, 95, 138, 143 Wacaser, Carolyn ill ...... ..,,. S 0, 150 Wadzita, Lawrence L. 131 .... 85 136 Waclzita, Michael P. C43 .... B-i 90, 92, 93 126 Waffle, Carolyn ID .... ..,......... 1 43 Waffle, Kathryn A. 4-IJ 126 Wagner, Gary Q J ........... ........ .... 8 6 Wagner. Evelyn 113 ........ 56, G7 150 lVagnor, Linrla fl? ..,...,,.,...,.....,.... 150 Vllajtkiewicz, Susan Q J ............ .... 7 6 Wakley, Richard 111 ., . ..,. .... 1 50 Wakely, Robert S. 135 136 l.Valclbuesser, Nancy ill . .... 150 Waldbuesser, William 133 ............ 136 Walker, Armar C21 .. .......,,.....,,,.. 143 Xlfalker, VV'illlam S. Q23 .,...... 94, 143 Wall, Norman C13 .... ................ 1 50 VVallner, Gregory A. 123 70 99, 143 Wallner, James 111 ., . 70, SO, 150 Wallner, Kathryn L. 133 ..............,. 136 Walsh, Michael C13 ....,. , 101, 150 Walsh, Patricia 111 ...,. ,,,,,, , ....,.... 1 50 Walsh, Thomas C. 431 , lil, 72 136 Walsh, Thomas 123 ,..,. 109, 143 Walter, Jennifer L, 133 ..,. 72, 73. 136 Walter, Linda 113 ........,... 80, 150 VVaIter, Suzanne R. f2J .... 138, 143 XValters, Janet KU .,,, N ,,,,,,, 76, 150 Walters, Kris K J V . ,.., ., ,..,. ,. 76 Walters, Linda A. 1135 ...., ,, ..,. 138 lValwox'th, Bonnie 113 .....,............. 150 Walworth, Frederick S, Q43 , ,.... 126 Ward, Barbara J. 44 lv. ,. 126 Ward, Donna Jean Ill .,...... 145, 150 Ward. Doug: Q13 .,,,,,,,....,,,,.... .. ,,.. 150 XVarrl, Judy A. 131 , 73, 78, 136 Ward, Pamela fij ,,.., ,,,,, ,,,,,,,,, .,,, , 1 5 0 Ward, Robert E. L43 .,,. , ,...,,... 126 Ward, Tim D. 145 ,,,, ,... 67, 126 Ware, Linda Q11 .,..... ..,. 7 6, 150 Warnock, John T, 4'2l ,,,, 143 Warns, Mark D. 133 .,... .... 1 32, 136 Warr, Jeffrey C19 ...,..,.,. ,, ,..,.. , .... .. Wasner, Evelyn 4 J ,..,..,.,,,, ,,,,,..,.. 8 1 Watkins, Stephen B, 125 ..,. . .. 143 Watt, James A. C25 ..,.,.. , ,. 143 YVatt. XVi1liai"n A. 423 143 F acult Terry, Kenneth L. 125 .... . 143 Thake, Chr-ryl 1115 .... ...,. 129 Thal, James M. 12j ..,, ,, .. ......, , 143 Thelander, Donald M. f2I , . 143 Thelanfler, Mary Jo ill ,. 64, 129 Theroux, John R. 133 .,,, 85 293, 136 Thierle, Donna M. 435 .,,, 136 Thiede, Roberta L, C33 ..,,, .... 1 36 Thielen, Jerome 143 ., .... .. 125 Thielen, Roger D. 123 ..,. , ...,, 14-3 Thieman, Douglas A, 123 .....,....,,, , 143 Thieman, Greg 143 ,.,.,,,..,, .,,,...,.,.., 1 25 Thiessen, Vicki L, C21 79, 138, 143 Thompson, Nancy J. 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L-U 24, 90, 92, 93, 125 Townsend, Alan 113 ,,,., ,,... 1 01, 150 Townsend, Pamela L. Q21 ..,. , ,.,, 143 Trahan, Richard G. 1.21 .... 86, 109. 143 Trana, Terence 113 ......., ...,..... 1 50 Travis, Jay 111 ..........,.. ...... 1 50 Travis, Judith L, C23 .... ...... 1 43 Tribbey, Mary A, rel .,... ,.,,.. 1 43 Troman, James 143 .,,,, ..... 1 29 Truax, Vicki J. 121 ........ .,... 1 43 Truelsen, Ray A, Q23 ,,,.,,,, ,,........ 1 43 Trulone, Herbert ill ............ ...,..... 1 50 Tubbs, Janis L. 143 .... 68, 91, 125 Tubbs, Nancy A. in .,., ss, 69, 136 Tully, Hisham M. ray ..., ,,,,, ,... 1 3 6 Tuomi, Donna J. 129 ..., 65, 72, 143 Tuomi, Mary K J ...,...,,., ......,.,......,,.... 7 6 Turkcan, Elizabeth L11 .,.. ,..,..... 1 50 Turner, Deborah M. 135 .... 68, 72, 136 U Ullrich, David C1J , ....,. ........ 6 3, 150 Ulrich, James F. C23 ......., 86, 105, 143 Ulrich, Jane 145 .... 52, 75, 87, 126 Umbaugh, Patricia 143 ,, .......... 126 Unandcr, Jean C45 .,....., ...,,......,., 1 26 Underwood, Lou ill ..... .... 8 0, 150 Ungaro, Patricia 115 ...... .,,.,.... 1 51 Ungaru, Robert 141 ...,..........,..,.,, .. 126 Ungaro, Thomas 113 ,. .,.,.. 88, 150 Urick, Jeanne M. f27 ..... ....., ,,....,.. 1 4 3 Useiding, Doug 441 .... 53, 63, ss, 126 Uselding, Lynncla GJ ,.... 76, 150 V VanBlaclel, Kenneth 135 .... . 136 VanBlaclel, Robert ill so ..... . 150 Ahnquisf., Mr. Vincent .... 17 Allen, Mr. Allyn . ,,.,., ..., 3 8, 84 Anderson, Miss Nancy ....... .. 24 Attis, Mr. Russell ...,........, , ,,,. 38 Babris, Mr. Peter .,...,, 24, 25 Barber, Mrs, Mary ,.,,.... ,. ......,,.,.,.. '10 Barker, Mrs. Barbara .,,,,,,. ,..,. 3 7, 73 Bazik, Miss Anna Marie ,, ,.....,..,.. 20 Bean, Mr, William ,,,,.,.,,..., , .... 28, 70 Betterman, Mr, Merle ...,,,, .... 3 2 Bingham, Miss Susan .... ,,,. 2 6 Black, Miss Doris .,.,.... ..... 2 6 Bohbe, Mrs. Carol .,., .... 3 0 Boesel, Mr. Robert ..,.,... 22 Boling, Miss Dorothy ..,......, . 40 Burr, Mr. Leonard ........ ..,.,.,,.,.. 3 0, 84 Bush, Mr. John .,,,,.. ., ,,,...... 32, 84 Carter, Mr. John .,.......... 32 94, 108 Claney, Mrs. Howell .,..,,...... ....,..... 2 0 Clark, Mr. Robert ,,,, ..,,,... ,,............ . . 20 Cobb, Miss Betty .,,,,,.,..,...,.....,.,,. ..., 2 2 Corcoran, Mrs. Mary Louise .,..,... 22 Craig, Miss Martha .... , .,.......,,. , ..,. 20 Deaton, Miss Doris .,,..,.. . ....... .... . 22 Dietrich, Mrs, Margerite ,..... ..., 2 4 Doyle, Mrs. Verneel ........,.. .,.. 2 2 Dunne, Mrs Joyce ,, .....,,... .... 2 2 Eitemiller, Mr. William ......, ,... 3 0 Ellingsen, Miss June .,,.,.,,., .... 2 6 Emery, Mr, Jack ................ .... 2 0 Faulkner. Mrs. Hazel .... 32 Ferry, Miss Susan .....,.,.,., .... 2 2 158 Fish, Mr, Jolm ,, ...,.. 30, 31 Fliehler, Mr. J. D, .... .,....,,.,.. 2 8 Flynn, Mr. Brendan ,, 30, 85 Ford, Mrs. Margaret ..,.. ,. -10, 72 Forman, Mrs. Rayna ..,, ,,...,.,.. ....... 2 4 Frey, Miss Jane ..,. ,.......,.,..,..,...,,,,.. 2 2 Gardner, Mr, John 30, 88, 100, 101 Gellert, Mr. Bruno , ,,,,, ..,,..,,.,.... . . 24 Gibson, Mr. Howard .,......,.,. ,..,..... 3 2 Glover, Mr. Brice .,,,,,,.,, .,,,. 3 0, 86 Gragg, Mrs. Lillian .,,..... ...... 3 0 Guilfoil, Mrs. Wylma ...,,.. ...... 4 0 Hampton, Miss Leotto , 20 Harrod, Miss Virginia .... ....,. 2 2 Harth, Mr, John .,.. , ..,, ,... . . 28 Havens, Mr. Lawrence ,. ,... . 22 Hicks, Mr. John ,...,........, ...... 2 0 Hinton, Mrs. Carol .,,,,.. ,,.,.. 3 2 Holley, Mr. Gerald .... ,..... 2 8 Hunrlt, Mrs. MaryL0u ..... .. 38 Johnson, Mr, Mel ....., .. ...,.. 28 Jones, Mr. Hugh ............ . .......... 28 Kane, Mrs. Marilyn . ........ 37, 73 Kaufman, Mr. Ronald .... ..,..... 2 6 Kazmar, Miss Sharon ,,,, .. ...... 22 Klutz, Mr. Maurice ..,., . ......,..... 26 Knilans, Mr. Robert .,... ,.... 2 S, 105 Lagerlof, Mrs. Joan 38 Larsen, Mr. Curtis ..., ,,,,,...... .,,...,... . 3 6 Lvafgren, Mr. Raymond ........ 30, 94 Lebiecki, Mrs. Chris ...,..... ,..... . ,. 38 Lebiri, Mrs. Barbara ,. 22 Winkler, Carol 143 ,,,, , . 126 Wayman, Gene V. f2J . , 86, 105, 143 Wuyinan, Patricia tlb 150 Weaver, Mary ill . , 57, 150 Webb, Maruot I-ll . 68, 69, 126 Wvher, Bruno G, fflr 84, 90, 108, 126 Wi-her, Janet, L. 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Q33 .....,..,,,,..,. 136 VVeidner, Vince 111 ,, .,...... .. 88, 150 Weiler, Michael Q13 ..........,,........ .. 150 Wellhauscn, Steven f2J .... 70, 86, 143 Wellhzxusen, Susan Q33 .... 54, 55, 56, 72, 81, 136 Wellman, John K4 5 ...... ........... , . 126 Wells, Richard flj ..., ................,. 1 50 Walton, Mary Jo 141 ,,,,.,,..... 78, 126 Wendorf, Joyce L. 135 ,, 56, 78, 136 lvendorf, Lorie 111 ....,. ,. 76, 150 Westedt, Cherie Anne 111 ..., 76, 150 Westphal, David A. 131 .... , .....,,. 136 Westwood, John R, 431 .... 100. 136 Wheeler, Gary P. KID .... 57, 67, 94, 136 While, Belly J. 125 ....,.,.,,,, 31, 143 White, Janet M, 429 , ........ 100, 143 White, Thomas K. 125 .,,, , , .... 143 Whitehead, William 123 .,.. 67, 80, 81, 109, 138, 143 Whiteside, Gail A. Q31 .................. 136 Whiting, Deborah UD ,......., , 81, 150 li'hting, Donna G. my .,.............. 129 Whiting, Lyn D, C31 ............ 78, 136 Whitnell, James L. l3J .,.. .. 90, 136 Whimell, Jane 113 ,... , ,,.,.. ...., 1 45, 150 Whitney, Donna C13 ............. . ........... .. Whitney, Greg S. C35 .,,,,. ,,,................., Whittier, Stephen D. Q33 .... 103, 136 XViemle1'h01d, Kim A. bij .,,, . ,,.,,,, 126 Wierlerhuld, Kyle 411 ..,. ..,., , . 150 Wiegel, David A. 121 , ........ , ...... 143 Wiegel, Linda L. C31 .,,.. .,,.,,. 7 3, 136 Wiegel, William Jr. 145 ..,..,...,., 126 Wierman, Steven H. 121 .... ,,,.. 1 43 Wlgren, Scott A. f2J ........ . .... 143 VVilbins, Richard G. C21 ..., ,, , 143 Willie, Donald James 12? ..... 143 VVilk0, Lynn S, 123 .,.....,.,,. 138, 143 Wilkinson, Larry 445 ...................... 33 XVillcox, Judy IU ....,,.. ,, 81, 145, 150 lVille, Michael Q41 ........,,,,,,,,.................. Wille, William l1J .... ..........,.,,,. 1 50 Williams, Barbara L. C33 ..,, 57, 87, 136 Williams, Dick 15 ,.,,, ,..... ........... R 0 Williams, Michael S. 123 .... ,....... 1 43 Williams, Steven 141 , ,,,, IOS, 126 f Williamson, Peggy A. 121 ,, .x3, 62, 13S WVils0n, Curtis J. f2J .,,. 53, 62, 138, 143 Wilson, Karen Q17 .,,. .,,, . , .,,., ,, 150 Wilson, Lydia f4J .....,., 53, 63, 126 Winkelman, Delynn ill ..,..,,. 76, 150 Winkler, Keith N. I-11 .... ,,.,,.., . 126 Leunharcl, Miss Alma ,. .... .,.,. 2 2 Lindner, Mr. Chad , ,,.... 26 Lipman, Mrs. Joy ,W 23 Mclilillin, Miss Leia .... ..... , 32 Meyer, Miss Karen ., ,, . ..,.. 26 Michaelis. Mr. Fritz .,.. , .... 34, 72 Monnett, Mr. John .......,,,.,. ..... 3 4, 72 Moulton, Miss Leia .... ,, .... 32 Mueller, Miss Margaret ...... .,.. 2 0 Mueller, Mr. Richard ....,, ......... ...... 2 6 Murphy, Mr. Douglas ,,,..,.. 22 Myers, Mr, William ,,,,,. 36, 85, 102 Nachbauer, Miss Helen ...,,........,.,,...., 30 Nicholls, Mr. James , .,.... 22, 70 Nielsen, Mr. N. . ..... 211 Patberg, Mr. Norman ..,..,.. 19, 26 Paxton, Mr. M. A. ................,,........ 28 Pitchford, Mr. Thomas .... 38, B6, 94, 10-L Post, Mr, Roy ,,,,,, , ,,,., ,..,, . 36 Pugsley, Mr, Jerome ., 35, 76, 78, 79 Pumphrey, Mr. Morris , ..,., , .,..., ,.... 2 8 Ramonrl, Miss Bonnie . .,.. 30 Reat, Mr, George ,.,, , 19 Riggs, Mr. Kenneth ., 24 Roberts, Miss Trurlens 24 Rowe, Mr. John ..........,. ...... ....... 1 9 Royal, Mr. Joseph .,.., .........,.,,. .. 33 Samoore, Mr. Bruce ,.,.. . 38, 89, 102 Sannlvos, Mr. William ....,,,,....,,.,....,. 20 Sandwalrl, Mrs. Mary . ..,.,, ..., , 22 Schaller, Mr. Kenneth .... . 26, 27 Winters, Donna J. 127 .... 56, 79, 143 Winters, Greg fill .,,.,......, ,.,,.,,.. 1 36 Winters, Louise E. 143 .. .. 129 Winters, Mark tlj ,.,.,.,,, ,,..,,,,, 1 50 Wirkn, Rnhert C. Ml . ...... ..... , 127 lVi!, Samuel flj ..,. 86, 94, 150 Witclier, Richard W. 131 , 82, 84, 90, 92, 100, 108, 132, 136 Witcher, XVilliam HJ ..., SG, 101, 150 Withey, Gerry H. 135 .... .... 9 8, 136 Wojtkiewicz, Susan Clj H 57, 62, 63, 150 Wolff, Peter 111 ,..,........,., ......,... 1 50 Wollerman, Patricia C21 .....,.. 138, 143 Wolod, Gary P, 631 ....,,, ..,......... 1 36 Wolter, Kristine KD ................ 56, 151 Wood, Patricia A. 131 .,...... . 87, 136 Wood, Rhonda C. Q25 .....,,, 81, 143 Wood, Susan 131 M 53, 78. 79, 87 Woodard, Warren D. 125 .... 86, 109, 143 Woods, Susan E. C31 .... 54, 56, 136 Woodward, Barbara A. Q31 ..,........ 136 Woodward, James 115 ,,.. H ........ 151 Worsley, Herbert J. t3J ..... ,,.,,..,.. 1 36 Vvos, Nancy A. f25 ., ,.,......... 143 Woss, Gloria R. C43 ..,. 309, 69, 73, 127 lVoss, Trudy L. C25 .... ...... 7 3, 143 iVright, Peggy A. C21 ........ 138, 143 Wroblewski, Celeste Q23 .... 56, 64, 138, 143 Wroblewskl, Marilyn 615 ...,.,,. .. 151 Wr0bleWskl, Phillip MJ ..... . .,,. 127 Wunderle, Peggy J, C23 ..... .... 1 43 W'ylie, Bruce 415 ,.......---- ...------.-.... 1 51 Y Yarrington, Alan L. 133 , ,.., . 136 Yates, Debbie 125 .... 56. 80. 81, 143 Yates, Jan I-15 - -,----------.-------. 26, 127 Yeazel, Sally A. C31 ..... 78, 136 Yeclor, Justin Q31 ....... ....,.. ,.... 1 3 6 Yee. Maeme OO ---,--- 68, 127 Yore, Sheila M. 135 ..,. ......,.... 1 36 Yore, Pat I-U ..,,.,..., ....... 1 27 Yost, Lynda Q45 ..,..... ..,. .... . . . 129 Younl, Marcy 425 ,..,,....,.... ...-.--.--- 1 43 Z Zacharias, Richard CD .... 86, 143 Zachman, Neil C43 ............ 84, 127 Zachman, Richard ill ...., ...-.---.-- 1 51 Zachman, Thomas C27 ........-..----- 143 Zachwieja, Greg VV. 141 ,... 89. 90, 102, 127 Zajicek, Kim C23 -..--------- .-------- 1 43 Zaker, Barbara 111 ...,.v, ......, 1 51 Zaker, John C23 .v..v,,A---,,-----' -,-------- 1 43 Zaker, M. Marlene 137 --,--v-"' - 136 Zaker, Rover: 413 ,,..,,, . ,.A,,----- .--,- 1 51 Znlud, Nancy A. Q39 ,... 55, 55- 73- 136 zaiud, Patricia 119 ,....... 56, 76, 151 zare, Debra 119 .,,..,..,... ..A--.,-- '.,,.-,- 1 5 1 Zehner, Charles Q23 .--- -1f"' ----1'-1----- Ziclc, David 113 .....'.vvYY1-1-- '--- 1 51 Zick, Julie 121 ,. .......V V,-..-.---,-,- - '..1- - - 143 Ziemann, Randall W, 41? -- .,........ 127 Zilen, Elizabeth f1J .... 57, 62, 75, 151 Zimmer, Susan 125 ,,.,..,.....,... ....., 1 43 Zimmerman, Allan f2J ......,A,....... 143 Zimmerman, Sheila K. 145 55, 127 Zoellick, Pamela Ill .,...,.. ,, 151 Zonsius, Anne Q21 55, 79, 138, 143 Zonsius, Deborah L. Q43 .... 55, 56, 77, 127 Zook, Brad 121 .. ..,.. ,,... .......... 1 4 4 Zyzak, Alexander f2l ,...... 144 Schmoyer, Mr. Frerl .....,, ,..,... 8 1 Schonla, Mr. Robert .......... .......... 2 8 Schovain, Miss Pamela .... A ,.,.,,,,,,.. 28 Schroeder, Mr. Donald .,,, .,.., 2 0, 35 Seibel, Mr. Richard ,...,,..,. 33 Sheehan, Mr. James .,.,, ,,.,,, 2 6, 84, 92 Seiwert, Mr. Norbert ....., .... 2 4, 25 Somers, Mr. Francis ,,,. 38, 86, 93, 108 Stahrike, Mr. Vernon ,...,,,,..,..,..,...,. 33 Stankrauff, Miss Julie ,,..,,,,,..,,,,,.. 22 Stavros, Miss Helen ......... 22 Stewart, Mrs. Madalyn .... ..., 3 U Strong, Mr. John ..........., , .,,.. 20 Summins, Miss Nancy ..,..... . 24 Surluga, Mr. William .... ,.,,. 2 8, 86 Terlell, Mrs. Suzanne ,,,,,, 22 Thompson, Miss Linda .,,., ...,,, 3 8 Thompson, Mr. Robert .... .. 36 Thyreen, Mr. D, A. ,,,,.. ...... 2 S Tonrek, Mr. Edward ,,,,,, ,,,,, , 26 Trail, Miss Lyovorine ....,.., . 22 Ulrich, Mr. James ,,,, 30, 31 Vena, Mr. Guy .... ,,,,,, , .. 22 Waara, Mr. Bruno , ,.....,.. ......,.. 1 9 Wagner, Mr, Wayne ....... ,,,.,,,,,. .... . 2 2 Walthouse, Mr. Thomas .... 38, 86, 98, 99 Wessels, Mrs. Phillip ,rr,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,, 3 3 White, Mr. Boyd ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 35 Wissen, Mr. Ted ...,.,...... 38, 84, 92 Zamzow, Mr. Donald ,,,,, ,,,, ,,,,, Y ,,,,,, 2 4 Organizational Index if 11 v A Club ..,.,,,,.,.,,,..,.,A..,.,,...,..............., ,,.... A. F. S. Foreign Exchange Students Art Club .......,.....,AA,,...,,..,.,7,,......,.......,.n. ...... Astronomy Club ,...,,, Audio Visual Club ,,,,,. Baseball ..,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, Basketball .,... .A,,,,,AA, Biology Club .,A..,.............., .,.. Business liducation Cl11b .... Cardettes ....,...,.,,,w,,.vV,,...... Carclinnl ...... Cheerleaders ...,... Cheniistry Club o,,.., Chess Club ,,,,,,,,,,, Choral iers .,,.......... Concert A Band .,..., Concert B Band ....,i Cooks ....,.......,,.i Coronets ..,......,.. Cross Country ,.... Custodians ,....... Dances ,,,...............,.,,.,,... Debate ............,................ Dislribulive Education .,.. .. Diversified Occupations .,.,. Football ,. ...,...,.,.,,...,.,,.i .. Fortran Progrannners ..... French Club .,,.,...........,.. Freshinan Class Board .,,.,. Freslnnan Chorus .....,..r...,.,.,.... Future Teachers of America ...... Geology Club .......r................ Cernian Band ..,.. Cernian Club ..... Girls' Glee Club ,,,o Golf ...,....r.r,....,.r.... CLRA. Board .... . Gymnastics ,........., ,. Hani Radio Club ..... Harinonettes ,,r..,,.,,,..... Health Careers Club ,,,,., Heiglzls .,..............,.,...,... Honiecoining .... 90 49 2 61 68 ......108 92 67 69 91 60 95 66 75 79 S1 SO 41 91 88 41 46 653 23 V3 si 64 as 5 76 73 61 60 56 78 ....,t106 S7 98 66 77 70 w 56 44 Home licononiics Careers Club Individual Speech Fvents ........ Junior Class Board .,..,.....r.. Key Club ................. Lab Aides .... Latin Club ........ Library Aides .,,,, Mixed Chorus .....,,,.,..,,,,,,,,, Modern Music Masters ,......... National lforensics League ,,,.. National Honor Society ...,.. National Thespian Society ,... 1 Nurses Aides . ,.,,t,.o..,,,,,,,,,,,., , Office Guides ,,..,., Orchesis .,,,,.,...,, Orchestra ,,,.,,,,,..,,,,,,,,,,,,,,i in 1 ,,,,. Pan Language Col c'l Philosophy Club .........,. Plays t,.t,,,........... Proin .....,..,,,,,,.,.,,,, Quill and Scroll tt,.... Revelaires ....,r.... 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