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

 - Class of 1968

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It includes a variety of activities in the fields of 21111, music, social science and English literature. Under the guidance of a different teacher in each field, the Humanities is able to offer a unique cul- tural as well as learning experience to its partici- pants. The experimental materials are being used in the fields of biology, geometry, and U.S. History. Through these new ideas an attempt is being made to find better and more effective teaching methods. Mr. Mfaara, principal, discusses with Mr. Rowe the many duties that must be performed as the assistant principal. r Quality In Students Director of Student Activities V. Ahnquist discusses innovations with Assistant Principal George Reat. 18 W" Giiv? ' 'MQW' Cf 11215 , A ' ' f'-sf ' ' . . i 1 Superintendent of the District 214 schools, Dr. Gil- bert tries to establish a better high school system. 214-'S Administration SCHOOL BOARD Front Row: Richard A. Bachhuber, Secretary, Dr. Frank Smith, President, Mrs. Ethel E. Beal. Second Row: Raymond A. Erickson, Mrs. Leah Cummins, Frank R. Bergen, Arthur E. Aronson. Dr. McLellan accomplishes the various responsibilities of the assistant superintendent while he helps Dr. Gilbert. P7355 Y 7 ii ' 77 :Q Planning for the opening of a sixth high school, John I-Iersey High School, and aiding the North Cen- tral Association evaluate the programs of all the district schools are only a couple of the activities of the Board of Education of District 214. Dr. Edward Gilbert, Ph.D., and Dr. McLennan, Ph.D. are the superintendent and assistant superin- tendent of District 214 respectively. Present board members are as follows: Dr. Frank Smith, Presi- dent, Mr. Richard A. Bachhuber, and Mr. Arthur Ar- onson, Mr. Frank R. Bergen, Mrs. Ethel E. Beal, Mrs. Leah Cummins, and Mr. Raymond A. Erickson. Many Faculty Roles The faculty at Arlington High School works as a group and individually to help the students reach their various goals. Russell Attis served as Divi- sion Head of the Physical Education Department. Alma Leonhard was the Department Chairman in the English Department and Kenneth Schaller was Department Chairman for the Social Science De- partment. L Hugh Jones headed the Science Department as Department Chairman, and the Mathematics De- partment Chairman was James Ulrich. Hazel Faulk- ner served the Business Education Department as its Department Chairman. Norman Nielsen. serv- ed as Department Chairman for the Foreign Lan- guage Department. Curtis Larsen was Supervisor in the Industrial Arts Department. The counseling office did a great deal for the students at Arlington this year. Advice was given to students on everything from personal problems to college choices. Director of Pupil Personnel Services was Donald Schroeder. A large amount of students were involved in the various art and music activities this year. Su- pervisor for the Art and Music Departments was Mr. Fred Schmoyer. It is really amazing how much the faculty at Arlington High School has done for the students. NANGY K. CLARK, B.A., M.A., French Clubg RUSSELL R. Arris, B.S., M.S., Division Head, Physical Educationg PETER J. BABRIS, B.A., M.A., Russian Clubg SUSAN BARTIZAL, BA., M.A.T., Ski Clubg WILLIAM BEAN, B.S., M.A.T., Rifle Clubg NILS A. BENGT- SON, B,A, Mr Bean Mr Bengtson Mr. Meyers derhonstrates the use of some equipment to interested, onlookers during a T.P.C. night. 20 Mr. Betterman Miss B1aCk Baseball coaches, Mr. Somers and Mr. Carter, intently watch batmen as they attempt to perfect an already unique technique. Mr, Boegel Mr. Breitling .V V Faculty Mr. Burt Mrs. Calisch Mr. Carter NIERLE BE'I'I'ERMAN, B.A., M.A.g Dorus L. BLACK, B.S., M.A., Future Teachers of America: ROBERT G. BoEsEL, B.A.,, M.A., Heights, Quill and Scroll, Chess Clubg PHILIP BILEIDING, M.S.g LEONARD W. BURT, B.S., M.S., Football Coach, Track and Field Coach, Math Club 3 GLENN CALISCH, B.A.3 ROBERT CARTER, B.A., Basketball Coach, Baseball Coach. Ron Jones and Kathy Stains listen attentively as Miss Stan- krauff and Mrs. Suzanne Tedell participate in team teaching. 21 , r x :fi-F 'ii at grim! 'X' ' -is-iifliitl Q-2' .. ?,., ?,. ' 1 it it Mr. Ciulla Mrs. Clancy Mr. Clark NICI-IOLAS CIULLA, B.S.g lVIRS,.I'IOWETT CLANEY, B.S., M.A., Iun- iO1 Class Sponsor, lROBERT D. CLARK JR., BA., M.S., Debate, Sophomore Class Sponsor, BETFY Conn, BA., M.A., Nationztl Honor Societyg MARCIA L. COFFBIAN, 15.8.5 MARY Lomsiz Cou- CORAN, Ph.B,g NIARTH A. CRAIG, lVI.A., Student Council, Foreign Exchange Students, Fresliinan Class Sponsor. Administration Aids In Student Progress Mr. Ahnquist sells football game tickets to two enthusiastic sophomore fans, Misses Jane X'Vhitne11 and Collen Guilfoil. 22 Miss Cobb Miss Coffman . Mrs. Corcoran M iss Craig Senior art student Janet Mullhclland completes a difficult art project under the watchful direction of Mr. Michaelis. ' 1:1 ' 1 . 7.37 ' ' ' T 5' 5 ii" Rf sj ' ,V , ' ff , , 1, ,i ' 1-.EL Mrs. Dietrich Mrs. Dunne scan Nolvuc Miss Ellingsen I-.. Faculty Mr. Dorn Mrs. Doyle Mr. Eitemiller i Mr. Emery AA eff? - ...,.... . , Z 1 :Es se? NIARGUERITE Dmrxuci-I, M .A., Pan Language Banquetg ALLAN G. DORN, B.S., M.A., Sophomore Class Sponsorg MRS. VERNELL DOYLE, B.S.g Jovan DUNNE, A.B., M.S., Reading Labg YVILLIAM EITEMILLER, BA., MA., Math Clubg JUNE ELLINGSEN, MA., M.A.T., Triple "S"g JACK EMERY, B.S., M.Ecl., Freshman Class Sponsor. 'Jr 4 1. l M 2 Mr. Paxton presents a lecture to one of his senior zoology classes on the various butterflies which are found in Illinois. Mrs. I-Iundt explains the basic fundamentals of the game to so1ne of the attentive on-lookers in her skillful tennis class. 23 ROBERT L. ENIINIONS, B.S.. M.Ecl.g CAROLYN EWAN, B.A., I-Ion1c- Economics Careers Clubg NANCY FAGEL, B.S.g I-IAZEL M. FAULK- NEP., B.S., M.A., Business Education Clubg JOHN FISH, B.A., M.S., Math Clubg JULIUS FLIEHLER, B.S., M.A., Biology Club BRENDAN FLYNN, M.Ed., Football Coach, Vkfresmling Coachz Math Club. E x' Y' V A Q X 1, is I! 1 Mr. Emmons Mrs. Ewan As Nurse Ford checks her complex file cabinet, two of her aides work hard at typing and alphabetizing. Miss Fagel Mrs. Faulkner Mr. Fish E'7' 24 -fi' -A rib! F il ,, 1. , 4 ., is z , ,LC , 2? Mr. Fliehler Mr. Flynn Mrs. Hundt leads Cardettes Karen McReynolds and Jcnec Nelson in the many agonizing contortions of the "Pretzel, ,H ig . X Z ' - .V " ' if+.:'1', V-ki if" ' an V 3 , ' ., y 'H I-it . .- i,,., ,4 : new ,, Q,-UN' . , ,.'.i . J 1' ' la , i ..Vv fi? 1 ,I v A , X: ,, K, V-if u 1. g QKV4 V. V7 . lee f . C rl , ii' Mrs. Ford Mrs. Forman Miss Frenz Miss Frey Miss Garden Mr. Gardner Seniors Sue Mfoocls, Kathy Braun, Nancy Zalud, Sue Becton, janet Sygnator. and Chris Iibert com- prised the Pan Language Council. Kathy was the general chuirmzui. Mr. Garcia i C U I h'lARGARl'I'l' A. FORD, R.N., Medical Careers Clubg RAYNA Fok- MAN, BA., MA., Pan-Language Banquet, SHARON FRENZ, B.S., Physical Science Club, JANE FREY, B.E., MA., National Honor Society, AMADO CLARCIA, JR., B.S., MA., Rifle Club, SUSAN GxXllDliN,. B.A., M.A.T., Riding Club, joins: GARDNER, BA., Ski Club, Fortran Programmers, Head Swimming Coach. M74 Mrs. Dunne shows Philip Sanborn, sophomore Richard Stanczak, and senior, Jim Pickett the many uses of Lhe machines in the reading lub. i, 5 Thanksgiving scenes are very picturesque and meaningful -if as Arlington High School celebrates this annual fall holiday. Librarian, Mrs. Guilfoil, assists Junior Rob Swim in finding a book, while secretary, Mrs. Irene Kratsch, quietly observes. Teaching Aids Offer Variety To Arlington Mr. Gellert Mr. Gibson '-'-.'1.' 'QT' 'Vg F....4f-rf'-ff""I...,I,'' q,'w:'1: , , ff- 1- .,,- v BRUNO T. GELLEll'I, B.S., M .A., German Clubg I-Iowmw Gmsow, BA., MA., Key Clubg BRUCE L. GLOVER, B.S., National Honor Society, Football Coach, Baseball Coachg LILLIAN GRAGG, B.S., MA., Future Teachers Clubg MARY ELLEN GRASSO, BA., MA.: XVYLMA CQUILFOIL, B.S.g JOYCE I'IAERTI-IER, BA., M,S.T., Triple ..S,, Mr. Glover Mrs. Gragg A ,J f Mrs. Grasso i ip Mrs. Gililfoil 1 7 Miss Hflefthfil' 26 Arlington's Cardinals line up for another delicious meal as proviclcd by Arlingtoxfs world-renownecl cafeteria cooks. In ,H plgwgw '1,. . S , . 4 'VAV r.f , f. ' 'mai t Arn . 1 I 5 ? 1 P -f 3 AA 22 Q ,ga V ,, '-J" l' ' VQQTL' I 2-'I '1 'I 7 .gq'f:?511I'l:i'Kff-, '3'sl 3 ,'2 ,qn,q::l,x-ir! gy. , , f 134325 Fai: I - . I ..'FFA?5', U T Q. I. H . hijfwfjdfi' ' ,Jia , . , - - , . FJ., A. N ,Z AJ: a I Mrs. Hamley Miss Hampton Miss I-Iarrod Mr. I-Iarth I If Qv-Hil- I .I s-qw! I 'Lf ilfls '- VJ'T fl,.'9gI I 19? ,Q -ii . ' ' - Hifi 'iii-'i i s H .1-av I I H I 'Im : ,I j If Y If i , A 4 I ,V. 2- ,,, I 5 VI: - Wk .R - 55? I A, pi? 5'9" ,gi I' ' " 53 Mr. Hicks Mr. Hillman od Q33 www Mwly wfsjrjfsity - I iw Wwwymflwik iffy IDA MAY I-IAMLIQX3 LIZOTTA I'IAMP'1'ON, B.S., M.S., Senior Class Sponsorg VlIlGINlfX I-Immou, BA., M.A.g JOHN l9lAR'1'I-I, B.S., M.Ed.g Joi-IN A. Hiczus, BA., MA., .junior Class Spousorg FLOYD HILLMAN, BA., MA., Senior Class Sponsor-5 CAROL I'IINTON, B.S., Pep Club. -I - . ,,biZQ4'Z'f'f1f4f'f"'j gif F I X?- Mr. Monnett entertains Miss Stau- krziuff and Mrs. Bartizal with cle- t Lails of the exploits of his students. Mrs. Hinton 27 Intriguecl by the many phases of their niechanical drawing class, the students go over at class project with Mr. Larsen. Betsy OYROll1'kC and her classmates eagerly get ready for nnotlier vigorous hour of dance class in the sunken gym. W -1 X X : . Mrs. Hult GERALD ITIOLLEY, B.S,, M.A., Chemistry Clubg BONNIE HULINA, B.S., National I-Ionor Societyg DONNA Jo I'IULT, B.S., Business Education Clubg NIARY LOU HUNDT, M.S., B.S., G.R.A., Car- clettesg DENNIS D. JASON, Astronomy Clubg HUGI-I E. JONES, B.S., M.S., M.A., Department Head, Scienceg MARILYN KANE, M.S., Home Economics Careers Club. Teachers Offer Hello 1 4 X KU-.I ji , Mr. Holley Mrs. Hulina 222, 5 Mrs. Hundt Mr. jason M l if fiiiiiii Mwgiuwt , SAMMY lima gf gi- N W Jones Mrs. Kane n U - .Wim ,fe ' f Q QQIQUT GMI ee OIGGOX WA Cwxt M ig D CENA, OM Cardinals Look To Teachers For Guidance Mr. Kaufman MT- Kavam-ugh Senior Mary Corwin gazes into the microscope while Tom Chandler waits to record information for a Zoology class. As Mr. Pugsley and Mr. Boesel watch, Miss Fagel explains Lhe Iflumanities curriculum to the parents at a T.P.C. night. Faculty Mr. Keenan MiSS Kelly MT' Klolz Mr. Knilans Mrs. Kresge ll fl VU? .M I-I. RONALD KAUFMAN, M.A.3 EUGENE KAVANAUGH, B.S., M.A.. AudioVisual Club: RICHARD T. KEENAN. B.A., Individuzll Speech Eventsg PATRICIA KELLY, B.A., Riding Club: MAU- iucn KLo'1'z, B.A., M.A.g ROBERT KNILANS, B.S., M.Ecl., Tennis Coachg IXLEDA S. KRESGE, B.A., Student Slzowcase. 2 9 Teachers Inform Us JOAN LAGERLOF, B.S., Coronetsg NIARY ELLEN LARRJNIORE, B.A., French Clubg CURTIS R. LARSIRN, M.E., Radio Jet Prop Hobby Clubg RAX'MOND LLAFGRJLN, B.A., Basketball Coachg BARBARA LEBIN, BA., Future Teachersg ALNIA LEONHARD, B.A., M.A., Department Head, English, CHAD LINDNER, BA., M.A., Philo- sophy Club. h Eowwai 5 E9lu1T'Ne-:J GET -R-NAKED F - ' . -c.7- I or Cast?-vb nerem ? W, 'ies ww x . Y '9 1 K 'X 'DQ 'TQMA-if .ass-Tilm-LEADEQSA-1 jj 'l kwf K Christine Wolter, sophomore, and Cathy Allen, junior, twirl rifles as they rehearse for the color guard. Mrs. Lagerlof 4 l Mr. Mueller's sixth hour sociology class views the film "1 See Ch1cago" to discover more about nearby city problems. L i 1 Via LM . El . if 1 -L , Qi. Y 11 Miss Larrimore Mr. Larsen E 30 Mr. Leafgren Mrs. Lebin l l Miss Leonhard Mr- Lindlifff lfVhile studying in the library, Barb Eveusen whispers to Sue Carr. Donna Walter and Magic Adams listen 1nost intently. Miss McGuire Miss McMillin Mrs. Markus fi, Mr.. Martin Mr. Meleclandri Mr. Michaelis Mr. M onnett Senior Kathy Ylfallner opens her locker, with seven minutes to dress in order to complete a routine . common to all girls at Arlington. Faculty SHIRLEY A. NICGUIRE, B.S., Triple "S"g LETA MCMILLIN, BA., MA., National Honor Societyg .KAREN NIARKUS, B.S., Pep Club, Sociology Clubg JACK XV. BJARTIN, B.S., M.S.g CAESAR NIELE- DANDRI, B.S., Technical Play Directorg F. VV. IVIICI-IAELIS, B.A.E., Art Clubg JOHN T. MONNETT, B.S., Aeronautics Club. 31 'N IRENE K. MOULTON, B.S., Business Education Clubg Manco RIUELLER, B.A., M.A., Sophomore Class Sponsorg Rxcrmkn NIUELLER, B.A., M.A., Sociology Clubg DOUGLAS K. MURPHY, B.A,, MA., Fall Play Director, Spring Play Director, Na- tional Thespian Societyg VVILLIANI L. MYERS, B.S., M.S., Head Vl71'CSLlll1g Coach, Football Conch, Track Coach, A-Club Sponsorg HELEN ANTICH, B.S., M.S.g JOHN R. Nici-IoLs, B.S., lVI.A., D.O., Vocational Industrial Clubs of America. Q S If mf' Miss Moulton Miss Mueller Juniors Jim Baumgartner and Jay Harris put away their gym clothes as they huiry to finish dressing and get no their next class. Mr. Mueller Mr. Murphy MT- MYSTS 32 5 as . Tel Mrs. Antich Mr. Nichols Pat: Koch shows Debby Leydig the correct way to sing a .pau from one of many Freshman Girls' chorus selecuons. l l- 'M rf Mr. Nielsen fx 'E ,V .- f I J -' A A T ' x fi 3- 'Nfl , I7 ,-,I::luU?. yr f ,.,, :Qwv-,. . ,,v.1:' ' Wi. ,,,.. , .. K, ,, I 15'-' s 5 rfyiyff' 2 1 4 3 I .D Mr. Pitchford Miss Redding .v A W9 Q- s p A L ' ' " 'Tx .X n-' W If n -. 'iff-'m'1i 1 " a-s ' . ' ., V I . ,,., V :.t""fff'7!1Qf.ff1' f ' L L . L ifiaif-CWS' HQ.-:Q T I . - ' 5 L ' J , 1,1 1 J r W ff A " i il ' ff " J X i if" v v fl X 1 X fl F, IIA JZ' n sf f N N , 1 .1 3 ' ,' ' lk I A ,, xg? K 1 jf .414 5 , l f IJ 4 1 QQ ffl 1 1 J 1 1' I Mr. Paxton Mr. Post . !--- 1 W MMQNW .WU E 'v .- lim , I,-' ' YY: .-' f . ,E -I .W -f' "- li. .- 2 .izxq '- - Qt. 'K -' M xg ilk..-11. uf' Ef . . T J ,, 1 Y l' g x 7' 5' 1 m l , . M, 1 3. . 1 '-,,,.,,.- . ., ,.-.ag..Tl-v--'-'LTZ"Z 1 Mrs. Riesco is H. ' "Car 54, where are you?" questions w Mr. Fran Somers of the students while they participate in the range phase of student driver education. Mr. Pugsley u C U N. H. NIELSEN, A.B., A.M.g M. A. PAXTON, B.A., M.S.g THOMAS J. PITCHFORD, B.S., M.S., A-Club Sponsor, Head Tennis Coach, Football Coachg Rox' Posr, B.S., M.A., Radio- Jet-Prop Club, Concession Directorg JEROME PUGSLEY, B.A., M.A., Clioraliers, Gir1's Glee, Mixed Chorusg HELEN F. Riznnmc, B.A.g NANCY Rnzsco, B.A., Spanish Club. ' Pat Kamp, Janie Oestndann, and ' Miss Whitney wonder, HlfVl1CI'6,.Ol1'- where has that little basketball J gone. Where, oh where can it be?" , . 33 Mr. Riggs Mr. Samoore Mr. Schaller KENNETH Riccs, B.A., Future Teachersg BRUCE SAMOORE, B,S., M.S., Head Cross-Country Coach, Head Track and Field Coachg KENNETH Sci-IALLER, A.B., M.A.g FRED SCI-IMOYER, MA., Instrumental Ensembles, German Band, Stage Bandg ROBERT A. SCHONTA, B.A., Biology Clubg PAINIELA Sci-xovA1N, B.S.g DONALD S. SCHROEDER, B.S., M.S. Facultyfs Own Ideas Widen Class Interest Determination to send the ball across the plate tenses the muscles of Denise Peterson as she pitches the ball. ' f ll '11 , H H W 5553 1 ii 1: E' H w is 34 Mr. Schmoyer Mr. Schonta pre fr Miss Schovain Mr. Schroeder Seniors Bonnie Barnett, Cathy Bube, and joanie Carlson race against the clock ,for a timed writing in typing class. 41 5 Mr- Seibel Mr. Sheehan MI. SiCWCI't Mr, Slaytgn Mr. Somers Miss Stankrauff Faculty Miss Sheffey IIICHARD R. SEIBEL, M.S., D.E. Clubg JAMES D. SI-IEEHAN, B.S., M.S.3 CAROLINE H. SI-IEFFEY, B.A., Pan Language Banquetg NORBER'f SIEWERT, A.B., M.S., Latin Clubg BILL SLAYTON, M.A., Head Basketball Coach, Baseball Coach, Football Coachg FRANCIS SOMERS, P.I-I.B., Football Coach, Basketball Coach, Head Baseball Coachg JULIE STANKRAUFF, M.A.T., B.A., Stu- dent Showcase. Sophomore students of Mr. Wagner's speech class cautiously pick subjects for their first upcoming impromptu speeches. Planning and discussing ideas for homes of the future stretches the imaginations of this Home Decorating class. 35 Terry Newsome, Linda Mj:Elhose, Ann Owens, and Pat Piper work together making original Christmas cards in art class. Card Administration Miss Thompson -,,,.-f--f fi? 1 . 1- ' 5 i fc '1 i 1 I ii ya - E i "X i , iv 1 V I i ,, Q 1. ,, g 'T' J f -J 1 -- is f Llc 4' Q Miss Stavros Mrs. Stewart 1 4- gp H:-F: - W E L.. .A Y 1: K. il S ?'-"fry . . 5 ,, se M. .. S ,A A - .,V N 14 Y' pi' . .1 Q v ' E - s Vi". 1 w. 1' gl . W f - " fq. - ' ,qi . I, lg.: In . I ,Zi . .,,, xref, Mr- Strong Mrs. Tedell Mr. Thompson Mr. Thyreen I-IELEN STAVROS., B.S., Individual Speech Events, National Forensics Leagueg IVIADALYN M. STEWART, B.A., Math Club, Bridge Clubg JOHN STRONG, A.B., M.S.g SUZANNE TEDELL, B.S., Cardinal Sponsor, Quill and Scrollg LINDA THORI1'SON, B.S., G.R.A.g ROBERT TFIONIPSON, B.S., M.S., Rifle Clubg D. A. THYREEN, B.A., Football Coach, T1-ack and Field Coach. Filled with Christmas spirit, history teacher Miss Black relishes her supper at the Triple "S" Christmas Banquet. Adults of Tomorrow it i llii D Helped By Teachers W . - J. 'l" I ART" ' il ' .1 f -Lil if I ,' ,Y .g- .xi-Ie. mll3lir:?illa, . Mr. Tourek Miss Trad EDWARD Tomuzx, A.B.g LYVONNE TRAD, A.B., M.A., Speech Activities Director, X'Vinter Play Directorg JAMES F. ULRICH, B.A., M.A., Math Club, Department Chairman, Mathematics Department, GUY VENA, B.S.g WAYNE H. XVAGNER, B.S., De- bate Director, National Forensic League, National Honor Society, Ronmtr VVALT1-IER, M. Ed., A-Club, Head Football Coach, Wrestliiig Coachg TOM WALT!-1oUs13, B.S., M.S., Foot- ball Coach, Head Gymnastics Coach, Head Golf Coach. Mr. Ulrich Mr. Vena Faculty 1 Mr. wagner Mr. Vlfalther Mr- Walrhouse Mr. lfValther, head football coach, signals for a time-out while Mr. Pitchford, assistant coach, loolcs on with concern. After singing for their supper at the Triple "S" Banquet, the members of the Choraliers wait for a delectable meal. n-Jt Mr. Attis congratulates the Cross Country State Champions and the 1967 MSL Football Co-Champions. Teachers Aid In Students' MRS. PHILIP VVESSELS, M.S., Cheerleadersg BRENDA VVEXLER, B.S., Debateg BOYD WI-IITE, Modern Music Masters, Senior Choir, I-Iarrnonettes, Young Artist's Club, Freshman Girl's Chorusg JUDITH YVHITNILY, B.S., M.Ed., Orchesis, Talent Showg EVELYN RAU, B.A.g CHARLES H. ZIEBELL. Not Pictured: BAR- BARA STEDG13, B.S., M.S. Larry Bergeson uses a jointer to join a plank of wood while Mr. Post stands by to give some occasionally needed advice. 38 il . 91" Mrs. Wessels Mr. White K Mrs. Rau Development Miss Wexler Miss Whitney Mr. Ziebell Y 'WW Mrs. Kane irons out El few wrinkles while demonstrating to her Home Economics Class the importance of having a clean wrinkle-free living. Classroom Insloires Curiosity And Thought Mr. Nielsen explains to his junior French IV class about Phileas Fogg, the major character in Le Tour de Monde. Miss Thompson demonstrates the skill involved in the com- plex act of performing the push-up for her freshman class. 39 Secretaries Aid The School Th rough Service SECRETARIES Row: Jean Smith, Patricia Corts, Eileen Gast, Mary Nagorny, F zrst Row: Dorothy Rudd, Ruth Nordbrock, Lucille Gillen, Julie Corkell, Irene Kratsch, Mary Lou Cole, jean Gray, Carol Virginia Uppling, Vera Tessendorf, Winnie Crockett. Second McKay, Connie Wolff. Another year has quickly gone by, and once again, the Arlington High School custodians have contri- buted their cheerful services to the maintenance of our school. Providing us with heat and light, waxing the endless miles of floors, and capably performing hundreds of odd jobs, kept these men busy every day of the school year. We are very fortunate to have such dedicated workers to keep everything in fine condition. Hank Leark headed the crew. As the clock strikes twelve each day, there is Hi i no doubt about it, food becomes an important part of a high school Student's life. It is especially im- portant when it is the kind of good food served by the Arlington High School cooks. Students on all four lunch shifts could be assured of a hearty and superb meal. For their consistently excellent var- iety of meals, prepared daily by a hard working crew of twenty women under the direction of the cafeteria food manager, Mrs. I-Iillg and Mrs. Wool- sencroft, food supervisorg we extend the full ap- preciation of our well-satisfied appetites. Under Mrs. Gast's direction, eighteen efficient secretaries and department clerks, worked with the attendance and administration office, and mailroorn. laid-V i N' 'N i Mrs. Braunstreuter, English Department Secretary, is a major necessity in the continuing resourcefulness of the Department. 40 CUSTODIANS First Row: Herman Schumakule, Bob Breem, Evelyn Peters, Mike Klein. Second Row: Louis Sehurr, Stan Markovac, Chuck Ferrari, Tony Putz, Adolf Meyer, Henry Leark. nm ' we gi .y Vi .e ll L ,U J - 'ill Custodians CIeanAs Cooks Prepare Cuisine ir -:fr ir" .. . 'W WM S ' 5' Sw 2.4 ' ' "" ' ' ,Jw " , 1 ,n is-r A 1 ,.g. ,afg f ,H ii .,. ,if ml., KL in ix fi l ' ,nt Wilt A il i I K E 5. 1, 'l f Q , aj are ,sa 5. X Qigl, gem, Q My 1 E ., fe me my Fw K , V3.3 4239 lv L Yi 2 53 , rr 25 '- w g- ' Q. , 55 1 , I ,if 13. l 1 rig Q , I 4 Y -' .uw V il i V Q 4 1 V . , v - l S 1 g ': ff- n ' S me 5. t 1 I f ,Q , -Un, ' 'FQ if i is 345 ,S T ' .1 '-Li 'vg , sf? QQ .Lx I I, ,4 E t ,R P EI' 'ii v Wm? i X 31 Q1 " .fl 417 L rf!! 57 . uae, I F11 if N15 Sr.,-I ,Q I if 4 Q uf U Q , M Z ls If sh Ji I ' 4 A-,SI ' f COOKS First Row: Flora Haines, Marilyn Sundquist, Maxine Curtis, Loraine Radtke, Lorraine Hauskhecht, Vir- ginia Clark, Carol Bruns, Mary Zitzer. Second Row: Dorothy Chiclg ley, Charlotte Hill, manager, Lor- raine Geisen, Delores Lallose, La- verne Reider, Lucille Mainiero, Jo Ann Grab, Jane Thornton, Martha Sarida, Shirley Kruser, Lorraine M arszalek. 41 4 42 -I ACTIVITIES 43 Homecoming At A.H.S. Holds With Traditions HOMECOMING COURT Left to Right: Page Kurt Frantz, Irene Haughey, Keith Culberson, Pat Mercer, Doug Daughtry, King Tom Chandler, Queen Barb Even- sen, Sally Faner, Dick Witcher, Page Peggy Harris, Paul Douglas, Cindy A. johnson. Recently elected, King Tom Chandler and Queen Barbara Evensen reign over the many AHS homecoming festivities. 44 1...l........,- Homecoming was the highlight of the school year. The week was one of much activity. National Honor Society members selling pennants, Student Council members selling shakers and Homecoming ribbons, cheerleaders selling mums, and "A" club members selling raffle tickets, could be found in any corridor of the school at any time during the week. Float building became the main attraction. Friday morning, October 6, 1967, the Coronation committee set to work to decorate the gym, which would set the mood for the afternoon's ceremony. Shortly afterwards, the awesome, tension-filled crowning of king and queen became a reality. A spotlight shone on the candidates as they proceeded toward the crowning area. The magic moment came as master of ceremonies, Glenn Mitchell, an- nounced Tom Chandler and Barbara Evensen as the reigning couple. Tears of joy were shed by many as King Tom presented Queen Barb to their royal subjects. Headed by the king and queen, the pages, and the court members: Cindy Johnson, Paul Douglas, Sally Faner, Doug Daughtry, Irene I-Iaughey, Dick Witcher, Pat Mercer, and Keith Culberson, the Homecoming parade drew the afternoon's events to a close. The victory bell told of a thrilling Homecoming football game victory, as the Cardinals had rolled over the Conant Cougars 41 to 0. The week's gay festivities came to a close as couples danced the night away at the Homecoming dance, "Autumn's Promise," which was presented by the "A" Club. Symbols of a long tradition await their future wearers as final coronation preparations await the chosen candidates. Royalty ls Crowned Barb's high school dream has come true as Glenn Mitchell crowns her Arlington I-Iigl1's Homecoming Queen of 1967. Bearing the crowns soon to be worn by the royal couple, pages Peggy Harris and Kurt Frantz walk down the aisle. King Tom Chandler escorts Queen Barb Evensen out of the Grace Gym amid the applause of their loyal subjects. 45 Hard-working seniorsl, labor industriously to perfect their floats in preparation for the colorful homecoming parade. Autumnal Nocturnes joke Deurloo, exchange student from Holland, and Ross Bondy admire the decorations at the Homecoming Dance. Arlington High Schoo1's treasured, N as well as respected, emblem is elaborately set off by decorations for the 1967 Homecoming Dance. 7 46 Unfortunate Cinderbeauty, Sue Wood, works hard as her evil stepmother, Ginny Hawley, plays a fast game of cards. "Time Upon a Once," this year's talent show, pre- sented a satirical version of traditional fairy tales and nursery rhymes. Under the head direction of Miss Judith Whitney, and the student direction of Candy Luhrsen and Marty Cookg the students were given the opportunity to display their various dancing, acting and musical talents. All students wishing to participate in the show must first audition. They were then either cut or began preparing for the big nights, November third and fourth. Such classics as The Old Lady Who Lived in a Show, Three Blind Mice, and Hansel and Gretal were comically altered and improvised. Vaguely re- sembling the famous tale of Cinderella was the story of Cinderbeauty, which included a fairy godmother who drove a motor scooter and a hippie prince. A delightful look at Toyland coming to life was given by such storybook characters as Raggedy Ann and Andy, Twinkerbell, and the wooden sol- diers. Q Concluding the evening of fun, the entire cast sang a finale, especially written by Anita Marshall. School teacher, Candy Luhrsen, senior, attempts to teach. the I-Iannonettes how to add that sum in the talent show. l'Vhimsy becomes reality for Bill Geiser and Terry Haines as they enter the fanciful world of "Time Upon A Once." Show Of Originality Astonished Cinderbeauty, Sue Woods, gapes in surprise when she sees her fairy godmother, Lisby Peek, riding a Honda. 47 Cindy Johnson presents her ideas as Kris Rue, Monica I-Iruby, Doug Daughtry, and Nancy Harris react. Drama Finds Its Meaning With Hard Work Coachman Rory Cassidy listens as Eliza Doolittle, played by Cindy A. johnson, tells of her days as a flower girl. 48 Doug Daughtry won his bet with Curt Wilson that Henry would make a lady out of Liza Doolittle, played by Cindy A. Johnson. The play, Bernard Shaw's Pygmalion, was directed by Mr. Douglas K. Murphy with sets by Mr. Caesar Meledandri. Nancy Harris, Steve Busch, Beth McDonald, Monica Hruby, Kris Rue, Glenn Mitchell, Craig Browark, and Bob Kindler, were part of the large cast for the fall play. If they could have talked to the animals, Doug Daughtry, Glenn Mitchell, Linda Ramsey, Rex Par- vin, Emery Peek, Mike Rieder, Dianne Gardner, Diane Rieder, and Bill Ross would have talked to the Thurber animals that comprised most of the scenery for A Thurber Carnival, the Winter play directed by Miss Lyovonne Trad. Harry Tennant, Sue LeBeau, Steve Busch, and Doug Daughtry led a large cast of colonists and British soldiers through the action of Bernard Shaw's The Devil's Disciple, under Mr. Murphy's direction, last spring. Camelot's glory was recreated by john Erickson and Debbie Zonsius opening night, and by Steve Clark and Linda Heffernan the following night With a large Music Department cast, under the direction of Messrs. B. White, J. Pugsley, and F. Schmoyer. Marty Cook and Ken Berggren created sets which lent an atmosphere of history mingling with legend to the Grace Gym, King Arthur's medieval castle. Mike Rieder imerviews islzmder Glenn Mitchell during Lliis yem"s liilznrious, skit-filled winter play, Tlmrbm' Clnrnizfal. Tcnsefi laces gaze upon the hanging of Ricllard Dudgeon, portrayed by Hurry Tennant, in the play 1Iffvil'.v Disciple. " King Arthur kneels over Lancelot as a hushed crowd looks on in the 1967 spring operetta, "Camelot," Linda and John were magically disguised as CZ1lTlCl0l,S royal cou- ple for the May, 1967 Operetta. 49 v,. Seniors Linne Lindstroni and Mike Peck snend a minute gazing at the decorauons for Cl1I'1Sf1HflS by Cancllelxglitf Captured in the glow of "Christmas by Candlelight", Pat Heisler and escort, Torn Sullivan, dance the night away. Bob Shartle, wearing a homemade corsage, and Jan Coch- ran take a break at the traditional Freshman Turnabout Frolic And Flowers , V- cf -.lfqqsI,,lf'Qiffx1 ,I"fYf'2?TA ffl r - J if ff' 55179, 1l"f '5,:':-N A : f V-i f-ILE: f F. -D 1 'fag ,,.gf43i35-,i"'11fD -ww y r I 1 ' . 21,-,,f f,1 Q, W Fnu-.tr Q g,- 3-5,21 ,gifs 1 '- ' - ' 2 t-g,fgf.y'l. " t 1 - Ian? ' i31'E"5'5aff. f .,!- E -1.13 Ai N: ,lv ,xii E-JEZUEEQ:,'itTl?1s,fl,A'y-I: in A 1 . . mf G gk -Y n , ,fi :pf MVA 5.116 :,r'l,:g5g-52,3 E Z1-1 , ' .43 , . - , I 'T , Ig, ,. Perfect Matches, Dave Schroeder and Kare Munsen, dance while enjoying themselves at this year's Computer Dance. "I-lours To Remember"-Unforgettable Time Everyone seemed to be in an 'iAutumn Hazel' as the 1967 Homecoming Dance suggested. Queen Barb Evensen and King Tom Chandler reigned over the weekends final activitiy and represented Arlington at the dance and the victorious game for the Cards. The Homecoming Dance symbolized the finale to the activities which made AI-I'ers proud of their school. The Christmas Ball, "Christmas By Candlelight," had the effect olf a cozy fire on a cold night. Warm smiles greeted everyone in spite of freezing temper- atures outside. Ann Olson was chosen Queen of the Ball by members of the Bob Stevens Orchestra. Other members of the court were seniors Cindy A. johnson, Sandy Ohman, Lynda Norris, Jan Hil- genfeld, Sue Becton, and Barb Hansen. The computer dance, sponsored by Student Coun- cil, made its debut on March 9. Arlington hosted Forest View for a dance that was out olf the ordinary and presented an exciting night for all who attended. The annual Arlington High School. Prom provided "Hours To Remember." Held at Chevy Chase Coun- try Club, the prom was a dance to remember and a tribute to the Junior Class. The students and their parents spent months in preparation for the event and the successful after-the-prom activities. Junior Lynn Fruechtenicht awaits a night of moonlight and roses as she and her escort attend this year's spring prom. Jim Philo, John Westwvoocl, and Kelly Reid, members of "The Blackwoodsf' perform on the after-the-prom excursion. Background music and 'holiday decorations help to set the mood ior a veiy memorable evening at the Christmas Ball. 51 Student Administration Learns To Legislate STUDENT COUNCIL Front Row: Sue I-Iruska, Ginney Hawley, Sue johnson, Sue Ramsey, Marcia Holley, Sue R. Johnson, Nancy Baumgartner, Emery Peek, Donna Kuharich, Liz Brankovich, Cindy A. Johnson, Mart jasper, Phyl Kirchner. Second Row: Nancee Dalley, Candy Luhrsen, Joan Dickinson, Betsy O'Rourke, Liz Galloway, Doug Daughtery, Carolyn Dobbins, Ed Haldeman, - ,, STUDENT COUNCIL OFFICERS Front Row: Cindy Ewertz, Sally Faner. Second Row: Pat Mercer, Cindy A. Johnson. Third, Row: Paul Douglas. 52 Penny Whiston, Nancy Scudder, Lisby Peek, Gail Collins. Third Row: Tom Devine, Pat Koch, Jody Culberson, Janie Oeastmann, Cathy Rowe, Pat Mercer, Marianne Clausing, Cindy Miller, Jenger Hilgenfeld, Jan Swanson, Cindy Ewertz. Fourth Row: Sally Faner, Paul Douglas, Bill Heffernan, Betsy Rossi, Steve Sinclair, Bob Goebbert, Brad Starr, Jim Maltman, Barb Evensen, Dave Strocler, Dave Kirchner. Student Council is an organization designed to involve the students in the government of their school. Student Council trains people in leadership and provides a bond between the students and ad- ministration. This year's council, under the expert leadership of Paul Douglas, Sally Faner, Cindy A. Johnson, Cindy Ewertz, and Pat Mercer, aimed to involve more people with council. Miss Craig and Mr. Ahnquist, as advisors, encouraged maximum participation. VV'ith this goal in mind, Student Council met daily during "B" lunch. Monday and Tuesday committee meetings were heldg on Wed- nesday and Thursday the business meeting took place, and leadership workshops were held on Fri- day. Council sponsored the Freshman party, Talent Show, A.F.S. week, two Fun nights, Homecoming ribbons and shakers, and a charity drive. We con- tinued correspondence with Phung-Thi-Loan, our Eoster child in Vietnam. Also, Council remained an active part of the school to school project in Rud- A-Var, Iran. We had six exchange students from all over the globe. They were: Christa I-Iainsching from Austriag jos Meloen and joke Duerloo from Hol- land, Hans Dahlberg from Sweden, Per Hveem from Norwayg and Pauline Botha from South Africa. L 551 1 , F 1 3-. X 4 -,. HM'-I1-'1 A gy . W rg Aix als'-S11 ,, I ,.,.-V .--.... .,.-QQ... EF ! 1 'A I P' Sam I X EZ af' , ...Lf ' Z... Zu gm 1 F X a ig,-, I 3 l-ATIN Cl-UB . Meyer. Second Row: Tom King, Nancy Epsky, Vicki Thies- lf-ront Itoru: Lucy Stratos, Mike Ford, Dana Corfman, Judy sen, Greg Renz, Joan Carlson, Judy I-Iillert, Gary XfVl1eelcr, Manclohni, Sue Becton, Alice Stigger, Marjie Bowen, Pam Jean Glander. FRENCH CLUB Front Row: Ellen Olson, Sue Luedeking, Kathy Campbell, Cathy Snyder, Kathy Hruby, Laurie Godwin, Kris Wolters, Nancy Allen, Carolyn Wacase1', Linda McElhose, Marybeth Schroeder, Laura VVray, Ellen Fill, Sue Pace, Cris Ebert. Second Row: Mary Linneweh, Gail Guilfoil, Kathy Gustke, Sue Lynn Ramsey, Kris Rongner, Marybeth Mfeiler, Karen Briscoe, Peggy Marks, Sue Kost, Sue Hofmann, Darlene Schubert, Liz Novaria, Martha Haeger, Colleen Guilfoil, Mar- garet Hermes. Third Row: Barb Moore, Denise Meuser, Karen Gildemeister, Kyle McKay, Susan Pierre, Barb Neckar, Adrienne Yoise, Jody Culberson, Sue Johnson, Lynda Norris, Nancy Zalud, Libby Griffith, Betty Adams, Debra Dargatz, Susan Morgal, Julie Brown. Fourth Row: Kathy Hurley, 54: Karen Garlend, Fran Natzke, Karen lvlarkstrom, Patti Cush- ing, Pam Miresse, Cathy Rowe, Cathy Johns, JoAnn Lawlis, Kim Sheviak, Val Voise, Sandy Hilton, Cindy Miller, Pat I-Iruby, Karen Ahnquist, Kathy Walsh, Paula Ralph. Fifth Row: Sandra Schinkowsky, Marilyn Epsky, Sue I-Iollmeyer, Kathy Vom Brack, Diane Stahl, Karen Kirkland, Pat Shangh- nessy, Jan Cochran, Dee Lockwood, Robyn Hoese, Marianne Clausing, Mimi Marshall, Monica Stansbury, Chris Blomquist, Jan Nightingale, Debbie Larson, Mary Beth Dority, Janet Sygnator. Sixth Row: Lindsey Barton, Sue Pretto, Carolyn Meister, Sue Sliimer, Marla Scofield, Jan Cording, Joan Koh- ler, Sandi Sundstrom, Mary Donn Rossi, Dottie Hauff, Elisa- beth Nowack, Ellen Brogclon, Kim Bedle, Sue Ramsey, Sherry Gayle, Jan I-Iauptly, Pam Bigford, Gale Sauers. Language Clubs Further Cultural Curiosity SPANISH CLUB Front Row: Lois Thielen, Peg Harris, Sue McNeal, Paula Carstens, Kathy Stroben, Sue VVhittier, Sharon Smith, Diane Genisio, Pat Swim, Rene I-Iutter. Second Row: Nita Furlong, Barbara Hansen, Linda Huster, Cindy lfVadzita, Jan Harding, Dianne Christensen, Belinda Reid, Marsha McClellan, Chris Greene, Lorie Berge, Sue Lasner, Kathy Vvitener. Third Row: Cindy Ewertz, Linda VVare, Peggy Wright, Bonnie Briscoe Language clubs at Arlington studied the cul- tures of different countries during the past year. French Club members procured penpals from the country of France, and ate dinner in a French res- taurant. The officers this year who were Peggy Marks, presidentg Karen Kirkland, vice-president, Mini Marshall, secretary, and Marianne Clausing, treasurer, were advised by Miss Anderson. Latin Club members, under the guidance of Mr. Siewert, participated in a wide variety of activities this year, including a trip to the Ice Capades. Officers were Sue Becton, treasurer, Judy Mandolini, secre- taryg Joan Carlson, vice-president, and Gary Wlieel- er, president. Sponsored by Mr. Babris, Arlington's Russian Club elected three officers: vice-president, Janet Damnig president, Kevin Blackburgg and secretary, Cathy Christopherson. One of their chief projects was sponsoring a Christmas Party with Russian folk singing. A spring trip to Mexico was planned by the Spanish Club officers. President, Bonnie Barnettg vice-president, Bonnie Briscoeg secretary, Peggy Yvrightg and treasurer, Nancy Nitch were aided in planning the trip and club meetings by Mr. Riggs who proved to be niost helpful this year. Sue Nelson, jan Damm, Carol Ankeiberg, jill Schwank, Dawn Mayer, Bonnie Barnett, Margie Merkel, Toni Bunnelle. Fourth Row: Anne Zonsius, Karen Munsen, Gail Stroben, Barb VVander, Sue Reinhart, Kathy Boygart, Elise Spears, jan Regin, Carol Larson, Beth Cook, Nancy Harth. Fifth Row: Nancy Nitch, Linda Nielsen, Paula Greeley, Tari Chandler, Stein Ohrstrom, Mark Spears, John Roach, Bill Callahan, Diane Archibald, Lynn Johnson, Barb Kolze, Jan I-Iilgenfeld. RUSSIAN CLUB Front Row: Mr. Babris, Sue Vlfojtkiewicz, Debbie I-Iugill, Nan- cy Christopherson, Cathy Christopherson, Mary Wearer, Mel- vin Cranmer. Second Row: Pam Richey, Liz Zillen, George Danker, Kevin Blackbcrg, Pam Kurzka, Dianne Banko, Jan Darnrn. 55 HEIGHTS STAFF Front Row: Pat Tackes, Linda Carlson, Kathy VVaara, Jean Givens, Judy Mandolini. Third Row: Carolyn Dalley, julie Milburn, Karen Markstrorn, Rick Tinclall, Ann Cournoyer, Nowack, Joan Carlson, Glenn Mitchell, Rick Pastor, Betsy Ginny Hawley. Second Row: Pat Kamp, Pam Bigford, Dave Rossi, Mary Donn Rossi, Penny Meyers. Not Pictured: Pam Drachman, Pam Miresse, Gail Hollinger, Jan Hilgenfeld, Pat Johnson, Linda Dix. Heights Staff Reaches For Peak Of Success ,lj-T, ' 1 s 9 Q 3' 1.-iq-, .-, -, ww-s.-.3 , it Pam Iohnson Picture Editor, spends many long hours work- Copy Editor Judy Mandolini looks over different designs hiv diligently, to see that everythings in its proper place, attempting to create a layout with more variation and style. Cv 56 Heights-Ac: h i eves Mary Donn Rossi and Carolyn Dalley carry on a conversa- tion while performing their many duties as Heights workers. To most of the students at Arlington, the year- book is merely an annual account of each school year. However, to the twenty-six nienibers of the Heights staff the year book represents a full year of hard work. The '68 Heights, which was started in the spring of '67 with the selection of several new members for the staff and two responsible editors, was not finished until April of '68. Actual plans for the yearbook were not started until the summer of '67, during which the copy editor planned a complete layout for the yearbook and set dead- lines, which the staff was expected to meet. It then remained to the staff to complete the year- book, under the supervision of the editors. During the following school year, the members of the Heights staff were kept busy writing cap- tions and scheduling faculty and student pictures. In addition, the staff arranged for pictures to be taken at all school activities, such. as dances and athletic events. The staff was also responsible for the sale of yearbooks. lfVhile the staff was busy meeting deadlines, the editors had the job of or- ganizing the staff's work into the yearbook. This year's editors were seniors, Judy Mandolini and Pam johnson. Judy, the copy editor, was in charge of copies, heads, and the general layout of the yearbook. Pain, the picture editor, was respon- sible for captions and pictures. The staff was also guided by Mr. Robert Boesel, their faculty advisor. l Staff advisor Mr. Boesel discusses a yearbook page layout with two loyal staff members Pat Givens and Rick Pastor. Carolyn Dalley looks on as Joan Carlson, Rick Pastor, and Mary Donn Rossi examine a few possible yearbook pictures. 57 Iunior, Linda Dix, adds to the Cardinal bulletin board by putting up an old newspaper as Marianne Brown observes. C d' I "H' ' " ar ma lghllghts juniors Pam Getting, Claudia Gerts, and June Lucas use their imaginations to write some articles for the Carclmal. 58 Toni Mfalsh and Bruce Blackwell discuss picture possibilities for the Carclimzl with their newspaper advisor Mrs. S. Tedell. For the first time in Arlington's history, every student was greeted with an issue of the CIl.1"dI71lIf on the opening clay of school. The editors gave up their last two weeks of their summer vacation to work on this welcoming issue. The editors of this fortieth volume of the Car- dinal were chosen from the previous year's Jour- nalism I- class for their interest and outstanding work in class. They were seniors Thomas YValsh, Editor-in-Chief, Peggy Kerr, Feature Eclitorg and Barbara Ruinatz, her assistantg News Editor, Linda Jarockig and her assistant, Pat Enrightg and Paula Alexander, Business Manager. Their sponsor and journalism teacher was Mrs. Suzanne Tedell. The pictures were taken by amateur photographers Brad Franzen, Bruce Blackwell, and Tom I-Iowe. The Journalism I class made up the remainder of the staff. Because of its popularity, this was the first year that it was separated into two classes instead of just one. These students all Worked as reporters gathering news, selling ads, and general staff work. Along with working on the bi-weekly editions of the Cardinal, the editor and the staff wrote some articles for '4High School Highlights," which appeared in Paddock Publications Weclnes- days. The '67-'68 staff had last year's achievements to live up to. In trying to improve over the All- Anierican Clwrclilrzial of '66-,67, the editors added larger editorials, an extra sports page, and a lot more student interest with the "Letters to the Editor," in which students expressed various views. Senior Cnwlimzl editors happily work hand-in-hand to put out another copy of A.1'1ll1glOl1'S "All American" newspaper. Creative Tom X'V2llSll grinds in over time on another lmir- raising editorial to finish a final layout for the Cardinal. I-IeadIinimgArIir1gton Ac:tivities:TI'1e Cardinal C33 .L CARDINAL STAFF I From Row: Linda Dlx, Sue johnson, Dane Lzicker, Pam Getting, Anita Lawles. Second Row: Bill Shernlan, Claudia Gerts, Val Voise, Diane Christensen, Sue Hubbard, Curt Vfil- son. Tlziwl Row: Gail I-Iaemker, June Lucas, Craig Howard, Pat jones, Mririanne Brown. 59 I-lomors Go To Active Speakers And Actors NATIONAL FORENSICS LEAGUE Front Row: Miss Vlfexler, Emery Peek, Pat Smith, Cindy A. Ulrich, Janet Sygnator, Rick VVilbins, Karen Richard. Third Johnson, Irene Porowski, Tom Devine, Sandy Meinhardt. Row: Mr. xVZlgI'lCI', Glenn Mitchell, Curt YVi1son, Greg Renz, Second Row: Miss Stzrvros, Bob Crockett, Linda Rogers, Dave Bill Hazen, Dave Palmntier, Craig Howard, Mark Brauer. NATIONAL THESPIANS SOCIETY Front Row: Rosalie Keller, Doris Dearen, Dianne Gardner, Bob Kindler, Val Voise, Cheri Berggren. Third Row: Linda Adrienne Voise, Stevi Cummings, Mr. Murphy. Second Row: Freeman, Debble Fffguson, Curt WIISOII, 101111 St- GCFITIHHIC, Kathleen Bauer, Terry Cassidy, Nancy Harris, Steve Busch, Doug Daughtry, D?lV1Cl Ewarr- A550153 Marty C0014- 60 NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY Harris, Ken Meyer, Sally Faner, Carolyn Dalley, Sandy Mein- Front Row: Cindy Iohnson, Nancy Zalud, Dave Drachman, hardt. Third Row: Mark Vlfarns, Steve Sinclair, Chris Brand, Sandy Ohman, Lynda Norris. Second Row: Peggy Kerr, Nancy Jim Bergstrom, Dave Palmatier, Ray Peale, Mary Callahan. Nl-IS Rewards In Scholarship Ano! Service NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY OFFICERS Left to Right: Sandy Ohman, Carolyn Dalley, Steve Sinclair, Cindy A. Johnson. Student's achievements in debate or individual speech activities are given recognition through the National Forensic League. Miss Trad, Mrs. Stav- ros, Mr. Wagner, and Miss Mfexler conduct Glenn Mitchell, president, Tom Devine, vice-presi- dentg and Nancy Harris and Craig Howard, secretary- treasurers, in sponsoring such league activities as the NFL calendar publication. Honoring those students who participate in Ar- lington's drama department is the National Thes- pians Society. This organization is headed by Mr. Murphy and membersliip is obtained by devoting 100 hours of acting, producing or crew work in dramatic productions. Entrance to the National Honor Society is de- termined according to scholarship, leadership, char- acter, and service. For admission into the or- ganization sophomores must have a 4.5 grade point average, juniors a 4.25 grade point average, and seniors a 4.0 grade point average. Steve Sinclair, president, Carolyn Dalley, vice-president, Sandy Ohman, secretary, and Cindy A. Johnson, .treasur- erg head the society under the sponsorship of Miss Cobb. National Honor Society has such activi- ties as selling pCl1l1211ltS at Homecoming and print- ing and selling Dialers in order to finance the spring initiation of new Honor Society members. 61 VARSITY Cf SUB-VARSITY DEBATE ' Front Row: Dave Ullrich, Mark Brauer, Greg Renz, Craig Howard, Tom Devine. Second -Row: Miss Vlfexler, Pat Smith, Sandra Meinhardt, Karen Richards, Karen Hilb, Irene Porow- ski, Mr. Wagner. Curiosity Arousecl In DeIoa'te,QuiII And Scroll l QUILL.8' sckoti. s , , Front Row: Linda Carlson, Pat Kamp, Judy Mandolini, Ann Cournoyer. Second Row: Julie Nowack, Penny Meyers, Peggy Kerr, Mary Donn Rossi, Carolyn Dalley. Not Picltwecl: Pam Johnson. 62 Mr. Boesel and Mrs. Tedell sponsored the Ar- lington chapter of Quill and Scroll, the Interna- tional Honorary Society for High School Journa- lists. Students on the Heights and Carcli-mtl staffs were recommended for membership by their spon- sors on the basis of their interest and ability in journalism. Individual Speech Events members attended week- ly tournaments, leaving from the Circle Drive as early as 6:30 A.lVI. Miss Stavros and Mr. Keenan coached students for competition in the following events: extemperaneons speaking, serious or com- edy play reading, oratorical declamation, radio speaking, original monologue, after-dinner speak- ing, poetry or prose reading, and original oration. At each tournament, a trophy was awarded to the school whose team had compiled the highest number of points during competition. "Debate is training in speaking and thinking," declares Mr. Wagiiei' as proof of the importance of debate. I-Ie worked hard with his assistant debate coach Miss lflfexler to teach varsity, sub- varsity, and beginning debaters to think on their feet. All debaters did independent research for this topic: Resolved: That Congress should esta- blish uniform regulations to control criminal in- vestigation procedures. Thought ruled in debate. Individual Speech Eventsflreete Initiative INDIVIDUAL SPEECH EVENTS Front Row: Eve Lacker, Emery Peek, Beth McDonald, Cindy A. johnson, Tom Devine. Second Row: Miss Stavros, Mfillie McGrath, Mark Bruner, Dick I-Ietke, Carol Lepkowski, Laura Pauline Betha, :1 hopeful candidate for Individual Speech Events, tells her class about her school life in South Africa. Bergstrom, Janet Sygnntor. Third Row: Mr, Keenan, Glenn Mitchell, Curt VVilson, Doug Daughtry, Bill Hazen, Dave Palinatier. Colleen Guilfoil, rt sophomore candidate for A1'lington's In- dividual Speech Events, delivers a short speech to her class. 63 Thrills, Chills, Excitement-Fun Ingredients SKI CLUB Front Row: Sue Luedeking, Cheryl Lusteck, Kathy Turkcan, Sandy Vogeler, Pat Tackles, Debbie Yates, Pete Luedeking, Pat Hruby, Ann Cournoyer, .lean Kunkel, Mike Ford, Kris Englebretsen, Kathy Campbell, Sue Pacee, Patti Rehan, Gail Collins. Secoml Row: Nita Lawlis, Cathy Vorn Brack, Kris lfVo1ters, Barb Boyd, Fran Natzke, Karen Briscoe, Linda Kleiner, Tom Sayer, Tom Vllakeling, Debbie Tortice, Sue Had, Paul Gundry, Margo Paulos, john Sorgatz, Kathy Gustke, Martha I-Iaeger. Third Row: Meredith Hamilton, Lana Volland, Paula Ralph, Kathy Walsh, Cris Blomquist, Stein Ohrstrom, Sue Pretto, Dawn Mayer, Diane Sheak, Pat RIFLE CLUB Front Row: Greg Shaffer, 'Bob Sulander, Jeff Stockdale, Ran- dy Buttsadt, Verne Genisio, Dave Riccio, Mike Wl1o1'ton. Second Row: Mr. Bean, Robert Moore, Bill Callahan, Mike Splitt, Gary Dalbke, Bill Jarm, Lloyd Albright. Third Row: Bob johnson, Dean Walker, Greg Lucle, Gary Komarek, Mike Auxier, jim Manos, Pete Nester. 64 Shaughnessy, Jody Culberson, Sue Lusteck, Barb Neckar, Sue Nelson, Cathy Snyder, Verne Genisio. Fozirth Row: Cindy lNadzita, Linda I-Iuster, Nancy Baumgartner, Anita Huismens, Marilyn Kehe, Mimi Marshall, Liz Maltman, Lynn Johnson, Gail Cordiner, Carolyn Miester, Dawn Nelson, Cindy Miller, Alena Kresge, Barb Fondrie, Carol Staahl, Chris Shaw, Bill Callahan. Fifth Row: Sue Johnson, Kathy Hurley, Andrea Laslo, Leslie Ferry, Ed Haldeman, Pat Townsend, Gale Sauers, jo Kaucher, Kim Bedle, Kathy Stains, Debby Turner, Sandi Sundstrom, Sue Ramsey, Sherry Gayle, Debbie Leydig, Fran Kushwara, Lindsey Reese. Not pictured: Mart Jasper. Boasting a membership of sixty-three skiers, Ski Club proved to be very successful this year. Mr. Gardner sponsored this year's Ski Club with Ann Cournoyer as president, Dawn Nelson as vice- president, and Pat Hruby as treasurer. Many after school and Saturday trips were planned to 'Wilmot, Gander and Alpine Mountains for the skiers. Two inexpensive weekend trips were planned to Telemark and Inclianliead for semester break and a three day weekend in February. Accomodations for the club members were held at nearby motels which gave the skiers two full days of skiing at the ski areas. The club was open to anyone interested in skiing or learning to ski. The trips were open to all Arlington students. Rifle Club followed Ski Club in so much as it proved to be quite active this year. President, Bob Johnsong vice-president, Bob Sulanderg and sec- retary, Greg Shaffer worked along with Mr. Bean and Mr. Garcia, this year's club sponsors. Practices at a nearby police range were held twice a week to keep up the aims of the interested members. An inter-school competition was held with other rifle clubs. The club had thirty members this past year. VPN! 1 I hi V,,, SENIOR LEADERS Lynn Elliott, Kathy Kehe, Marilyn Meyer, Sue Conzett. Front Row: Sharon I-Iicks, Cora Page, Sue Kelter, Barb Han- Third Row: Judy Ward, Jan Hilgenfeld, Gail Hollinger, Car- sen, Karen Kieca. Second Row: Pat Mercer, Sally Faner, Mary olyn Dalley, Carolyn Dobbins. Students Gain Experience By Club Activities I-lave any of you girls ever wondered how your physical education leader got to hold that position? First, she filled out an application to be in the leaders' class. When she was accepted, she joined the junior leaders' class Where she learned rules and fundamentals about each of the games that are played by the members of each class. Mrs. Wessels then decides which girls should go on to the senior class. These girls assist the teachers in many differ- ent Ways, including taking attendance and leading the class in various exercises. The leaders' class acts as student leaders to assist the teachers. Arlington's Riding Club is one that is especially for all the students that are interested in riding horsesi Sponsored by Mrs. Garden and Miss Kelly, this year's Riding Club indulged in several. new activities. Besides riding weekly at the Mid-West stables in Dundee, Illinois, the club had a bake sale to raise money for a horse show that was held on December 3. The officers of Riding Club this year were Wendy I-Iagenback, presidentg Karen Radcliffe, vice-presidentg Kathy Wallner, secretaryg and Kathy ammo CLUB orrlcsns - . A - t H- li R-d- , Front Row: Kathy Mfallner, Mfendy Hagenback. Second Row: Stalns' treasul er' Thug on lg 1 S 1 Ing Club Andrea Laslo. xf y made a very successful showing again this season.. 65 SOCIOLOGY CLUB Front Row: Barb Mendl, Kathy Wallner, Sue Wellhausen, Chris Ebert, Debbie Stefan, Kathy Prentiss, Mr. Mueller. Second Row: Peggy Marks, jan I-Iilgenfeld, Sue Pierre, Nancy Dargatz, jack Schmidt, Doris Dearen, Jo Johnson, Chris Cardinal Analyzers CHESS CLUB - i I , Front Row: Carolyn Wacaser, Richard Patti, Eric Hamilton. Second Row: jim I-Iauglrey, James Morrison, Jos Meloen, Trevor Will. A 66 Schimmel, Barb Hansen. Third Row: Karla Koeneke, Sue Wood, Nancy Zalud, Kathy Kehe, Sue I-Iolste, Cindy Ewertz, Sue Mitchell, John Sorgatz. Fourth Row: 'Terri Lincoln, jane Davis, Anne Splittorff, Nancy Nitch, Mike Peck, Mary Tier- ney, Carolyn Dobbins, Maureen Keough, Linne Lindstrom. Current social and racial problems were many of the subjects discussed by the Sociology Club. The club was open to all Arlington High students, and it was sponsored by Mr. Mueller. Candy Luhrsen was this year's presidentg Linda Burr was vice- presidentg Cindy Ewertz was treasurerg and Barb Mendl was secretary. A few of the club's annual activities were field trips to the Joliet State Pen- itentiary and to Old Town. Trips to a home for un- wed mothers, a settlement house, Little City, and the Cheetah were also planned this year. These field trips were also open to Sociology students who were not in the club. The meetings were usually held on the basis of once every month. Those of the student body who enjoy a competi- tive game using a great amount of strategy should have joined the Chess Club. The members learned to man and cover the sixteen pieces in various moves to outsmart their opponents. It required strict mental discipline, a complex analysis, and minute knowledge of chess theory. Subtle traps and delib- erate sacrifices made it an exciting game to watch or play. Every Wednesday afternoon, the ardent and devoted Chess Club members would saunter into room 108, where they would compete in an exciting game of chess. Many times, other students would amble in to give encouragement or to praise another skillful move. All of these meetings were held under the supervision of the club sponsor, Mr. Robert Boesel, a renowned chess champion from way back. Students Learn And Work For Experience i Would you like to earn money while you earn your credits? Then D.E. or D.O. is for you! To help students decide what to do after grad- uation and to gain experience in the field of their choice are the main objectives in the Distributive Education and Diversified Occupations programs. A student enrolled in either program attends school one half of the day and learns a trade during the other half, while earning two credits. I-Ie must attend two academic classes and a P.E. class. The D.E. Department gives students experience in any phase of retailing in which they are inter- DISTRIBUTIVE EDUCATION Front Row: Mr. Allen, Jan Schuett, Bon- nie Clausing, Fay Christianberry, Kathy Barry, Linda Murphy, Mr. Seibel. Sec- ond Row: Rich Sutter, Bill Pickett, Joe Spencer, John Ptak, Jim Schuetz, Ken VanBladel, Mike Krysh, Dan Ruff, Char- les Nolting. ested. Students train locally as stock boys, cash- iers, and salespeople. D.E. is under the direction of Mr. Siebel. Students enrolled in D.O. are able to learn a skilled occupation of their choice, such as tool and die makers, chefs, and telephone operators. This program is under the direction of Mr. Nichols. The D.E. and D.O. club's officers are Donald Hull, presidentg Alan Valenzo, vice-president: Ray Truelson, secretaryg and Frank McWhinney, treas- urer. The highlight of the year is the annual Employer-Trainee Banquet put on by the students. DIVERSIFIED OCCUPATION Front Row: Larry Andres, Brad Zook, Mary O'Brien, Cindy Paulsen, Irene O'Brien, Jody Kessner, Claire Lowell, Bob Suchomski, Mr. Nichols. Second Row: Keith Meyers, Tom Stevens, Rich Glaser, Bob Pruyn, Al Valenzo, Gary Pressney, B111 Waldbuesser, Greg Inselberger, Scott Schrednicki, Ray Truelsen, Bob Hetzke, Frank McWhinney. 67 OFFICE GUIDES Georgette Olsem. Second Row: Sue Kamrath, Jeanne Zumski, Front Row: Donna Hapke, Marian Smentek, Stevi Cummings, Lisa Knauf, Jan Harding, Sue Inselberger. Student Participation Through "Bon" Service .l . le me X v F SCHQQL STORE juniors Wally Strait and Jim Schuler buy some school sup- Left to Right: Jo Johnson, Candy Gerts, Sandy Gehrke. plies from the school store clerk, senior Jo Ann johnson. 68 LIBRARY AIDES Front Row: Barbara Auge, Mary Mc- Lean, Diane Socha, jean Burkitt, Barb Olsem. Second Row: Cher Orcutt, Julie Brown, Linda Martin, Sally Erbach, Sue Tongue, Ruth Gabler. Third Row: Mar- garet Lindsay, Leslie Shakra, Kathy Rog- ers, Terri Newsome, janet Marum, Dar- lene McCratic. All office guides in the counseling and attend- ance offices give up their study time to serve Arlington High School. These volunteers take pass- es to students in study halls and help the counse- lors in any ways possible. The office guides must maintain a certain grade average. Service to the school is the main objective of the Audio-Visual club. These students operate the equipment used by the faculty to aid their classes. Sponsored by Mr. Kavanaugh, these volunteers are responsible for all record players, tape recorders, movie projectors, and films used by the teachers. Checking out books, collecting fines, and assist- ing the librarians are some of the many duties per- formed by the library assistants. They contributed their services by taking charge of the desk and the magazine room. These students serve the librarians and Arlington High School as they gain experience in Working with people as well as a useful know- ledge of the library and how it Works. Arlington's school store is run by students who want to learn how to clerk. They work before or after school and during lunch. All money made is received by the business education department. AUDIO-,VISUAL Front Row: John Dittman, Bob Kincller, Gary Hill, Laura Reed. Second Row: Ken Wells, Brian Goedke, Dave Light- hall, Bill Strickler, Mr. Kavanaugh. 69 Health Gffice-N u rse's Aides Combat Disease Nurse's aide, Leora Weidner takes Diane Pastirilds temperature prior to making a diagnosis of her illness. mfr' '7 E133 ,rg ' ' C A view' i n' new ' ivy 7 NURSES AIDES U Front Row: Karen McReynolds, Nurse Ford, Lorie O'Connor, Lynne King. Second Row: Leora Weidner, Carolee Rothen- bach, Beverly Mueller, Lin Mitchell, Donna Tuorni. 70 fslirftlll , itsiliiltfi ' vw 1: if - .' - L- 11 ' Elfiits if ! ai ,v if: -,f I ,Ai Students who are interested in medical work and willing to spend time gaining knowledge and experi- ence in this field can develop their interest by being nurse's aids. From the time that these stu- dents are interviewed by Nurse Ford and generous- ly give up their daily study period, they begin per- forming a valuable service to both Mrs. Ford and the students at Arlington. A grade average of C or bet- ter is required in order to be an aid, and their of- fice duties keep them constantly occupied. In addi- tion to filing material and keeping daily attendance records, the nurse's aids learn minor nursing proce- dures, and they are given a chance to put this knowledge to use. Health Careers Club offers further opportunity for those Arlington students who plan to continue in the medical field after graduation. Under the supervision of Mrs. Ford the members are presented with various phases of medical careers and given a chance to explore any which happen to be of special interest to them. Through field trips, films, and speakers, the club studies health and medicine. A number of interested Health Careers Club members work in close conjunction with the Cerebral Palsy Association, spending several Saturdays studying the problem and its cause, victims, and treatment. HOME ECONOMICS CAREER CLIJB . Q Front Row: Gail Freeman, Jeri Geissinger, Sue Brandt, Deb- bie Smith, Kathy Montgomery, Susan Sundeen. Second Rong: Miss Ewan, Mary Kranz, Joan Alrndale, Pat Erbach, Leslie EatingAr1d Teaching Future Teachers was a club for all students who were interested in the careers offered in the field of teaching. Their main project was a stu- dent-teaching day, and those who participated in the project received much satisfaction. This oppor- tunity permitted them to see teaching from another light - that of the teacher. The other activities of the club this year were movies on teaching, a Christmas party, and observing some classes inthe local grade school. The officers of the club were president, Barb Hansen, vice-president, Sue Pierreg and secretary- treasurer, Janet Sygnator. Miss Black served as the club's sponsor. Home Economics Careers Club was a club that promoted careers in home economics. Their meetings were held on the second Tuesday of the month, and their sponsors were Mrs. Kane and Miss Ewan. A special trip was planned to Stouffer's Res- taurant. They were served a meal and then taken on a tour of the restaurant. At Christmas, they held an International Foods Dinner. At the dinner, each member showed how to make a decoration or gift. In the spring they attended the Art Insti- tute Fashion Show. Throughout the year they in- vited guest speakers who came and spoke to them. Lewis, Linda Fluhrer, Kathy Owens, Jean Herrmann, Mrs. Kane. Third Row: Nancy Spethmann, Jo Ann Johnson, Nancy Nitch, ,Maureen Callahan, Debby Larson, Melanie Staudcr, Diane Mouser, Marilyn IfVrobleski. FUTURE TEACHERS D Front Row: Ilona Goodman, Debbie Larson, Burton Boman. Second Row: Barbara Hansen, Kathy Dolinajec, Susan Pierre, Janet Sygnator, Sue Becton. Third Row: Jean Herrmann, Evelyn Wagner, Barbara Kolze, Barb Mendl, Kim Sheviak. 71 CHEMISTRY CLUB Front Row: John I-Iuter, Michele LaNoue, jimrn Larabee. Second Row: Lloyd Albright, Christopher Brand, Jos Meloen, Bob johnson. Third Row: Barbara Zaker, Jay Schaad, Jerry Brask, Debbi Whiting. MATH CLUB Front Row: Sue Hofmann, Kris Rongner, Roger Swanson. Second Row: Mrs. Stewart, Mr. Ulrich, Mr. Fish. Third Row: Jean Herrmann, Dave Lockwood, Mary Corwin. Fourth Row: Debbie Bowland, Jeanne Combs, Dotty Hauff, Mike La Due. Future Scientists Explore Unknown Worlds This year Biology Club planned its agenda to in- clude four field trips. These trips were to the Shed Aquarium, Argon National Laboratory, the Museum of Natural History, and the Museum of Sci- ence and Industry. President of Biology Club was Mary Callahan, and vice-president was Betty Adams. Mr. Schonta sponsored this club. Chemistry Club was headed by John I-Iuter, presi- dentg jim Larabee as vice-president, and Michele La Noue, secretary. Mr. Holley was the sponsor. Chem- istry Club encountered various experiements this year. This experimentation helped the students gain experience in the lab. It also allowed the students to become familiar with lab, procedures and equip- ment. Math Club planned many projects this year. A few included recreational puzzles, problems, math proj- ects, and papers. They also planned to watch films, have guest speakers, and take a field trip to a Computer Laboratory. President this year was jean- ne Combs, vice-president was Mike La Due, and secre- tary was jean I-Ierrrnan. Math Club was sponsored by Mr. Ulrich. Math Club, Chemistry Club, and Biology Club maintained an interest in the sciences outside of the regular school classes. They accomplished this by having students participate in educational projects which were of relevance to the c1ub's endeavors. 72 BIOLOGY CLUB Front Row: Mr. Schonta, Mike Schreiber, Melvin Cranmer, Dan Stauder. Second Row: Gary Mfheeler, Diane Plant, Bruce Federlick, Mary Callahan, Betty Adams. Not jaiclureclz Gary Kasprzak, jim Banie. "I wonder what this will do for 1ny angleworm crop?" says frosh Bob Vlcek, tinkering with the next U. S. moon shot. Mr. Post adjusts the dials of a radio which members ol Radio Jet Prop Hobby Club use during their meetings. Challenging Hobby Radio jet Prop Hobby Club is an expansion of what was formerly Radio Club. This year the club opened its membership to those interested in ama- teur radio, rocketry, U-control and radio control planes and model boating. During the winter its members can take advantage of the ham radio equipment in the back of room 139. The station, whose call letters are WAQOAH, has a transmitter for general licensed operators. The equipment is open to all novices who wish to learn about radio operation. The spring and fall are devoted to outdoor hob- bies. Beginning in March, the group meets every week and goes outdoors whenever possible. They build rockets with up to three stages which can travel as high as 2,000 ft. It is a complex operation involving actual launching pads and math calculations. This year the club plans as its major project the purchase of an expensive radio controlled air- plane for its members' use. Presently, a few of the participants are in the process of building their own planes. These planes range in size from a 42-60" wing span and a 39" length. This sport has become very popular in the Chicago area. Under the sponsorship of Mr. Post, the Radio jet Prop Hobby Club is a versatile and growing club. RADIO IET PROP HOBBY CLUB Front Row: John Vfalsh, Tom Rowe, Bill Stark, Mr. Post, Carolyn Wacaser, Steve Kenninger, Mike Freeman, Larry Daube. Second Row: Bob Kindler, Eric Lindblad, Gary Hill, Bob Uleck, Chuck Fischer, Doug Fuller, Glenn Abel. 73 ART CLUB Newsome, Jenny Walters, Mr. Michaelis. Second Row: Dawn Front Row: Mr. Monnett, Jeannie Anderson, Linda McEl- Nelson, Linda Nielson, jean Kehe, Tari Chandler, Nancy hose, -Peggy Marks, Anne Owens, Candy Frankovic, Terri Grabow, Mary Pat Piper, Orchard Battistoni, Sue O'Dor. Useful Skills Develop ln Art Club And Class Under the sponsorship of Mr. Michaelis and Mr. Monnett, this year's Art Club was composed of twenty-five of Arlington's best art students. Those wishing to be accepted into club membership sub- mitted a portfolio of their art work, which was judged by theart faculty and staff. One of the major purposes of the Art Club is to give students opportunities in the practical approach to design. Members of Art Club were kept busier this year than ever before. Posters were designed for dances, as well as other school activities. The club also planned the production and sales of Christmas cards. Senior jenny Walter served as the president of Art Club during this past year. Other club officers included sophomore Linda Mclilhose, vice-presidentg and Dawn Nelson, secretary-treasurer. The officers helped to plan many of the club's various activities. A meeting was held for the club every two weeks, and art students had the opportunity to meet other aspiring young artists, participate in creative art work, and learn new techniques Hom the faculty and from fellow students. Art Club is one of Arlington High School's many clubs which are geared to the specific interests of the individual. 74 ff' .KF l Art student Mary Anderson works on a challenging stillllife drawing in hopes of completing one more project on tune. Service Stressed By Key Club Arid Triple "S" KEY CLUB H 1 u Front Row: Steve Cleary, Gary Prochaska, Rick Wilbins, Rick Roeing, Greg Shaffer, Rick Tindall. Second Row: Ray Peale, VVayne Crockett, Scott McKay, George Predick, Jim Berg- strom, Neil Suzuki, Dave Abt. Third Row: Lou Splittorff, Key Club, which is the boys' service organiza- tion at Arlington, is a branch of the Kiwanis club. This year's officers were treasurer, Neil Suzukig corresponding secretary, Dave McGuffyg recording secretary, Wayne Crockettg vice-president, Steve Sinclairg and president, Mark Warns. It was spon- sored by Mr. Gibson. The projects this year in- cluded transporting books from the town's old library to the new one, providing a miniature golf course in Little City, and sponsoring a soap drive for Dixon State Hospital. Triple "S," which stands for spirit, service, and sportsmanship, is an organization to which all girls are invited. Dues are paid yearly and there are regular meetings. This year's Triple "S" officers were president, julie Nowackg vice-president, Lynn Kirchoffg recording secretary, Nancy Zaludg corres- ponding secretary, Melanie Stauderg and treasur- er, Pat Givens. Sponsors of this club were Miss McGuire, Miss Haerther, and Miss Ellingsen. The club served its first year as one of the members of the American junior Red Cross. They sewed Christmas stockings, and handled babysitting jobs with children afflicted with cerebral palsy. Triple "S" also made stuffed animals for the children of Northwest Community Hospital. A major project was a Valentine Party given at Maryville Academy. Ralph Ruthenberg, Greg Smith, Rick Pelland, Mark Warns, Steve Sinclair, Glenn Pierre, Tom Tichy. Fourth Row: Tod Somers, jim Manos, Bob Novaria, jim Mayhercy, Scott Josif, jim Stubbs, Bill Drake, Ken Newquist, John St. Germaine. TRIPLE "S" OFFICERS Front Rozu: Pat Givens, Nancy Zalud. Second Row: Melanie Stauder, julie Nowack. Not pictured: Lynn Kirchoff. 75 Y:-7 L., 122 rp- AERONAUTICS CLUB Front Row: Dianne Christensen, Blaine Hemphill, Barbara Sesterhenn, Dean Stansbury, Mark Schwank, Tim Fichter. Second Row: Mr. Monnett, Jay Schaad, Bob VVilliams, Scott kiss, Morken, John Holloway, Craig Sjogren, Jim Press, Bruce Bittner. Third Row: Dave Stroder, Ellen Kargol, Steve Rypkema, Ken Terry, john St. Germaine, Steven Sesterhenn, Glenn Moyer. Aeronautics And Astronomy Clubs Explore ASTRONOMY CLUB . Front Row: jean Herrmann, Candy Frankovic, Barb Boyd, Linda Mclillhose, Sally Strong. Second Row: Barb Roth, Sandy Meinhardt, Doug Robcon, Keith Moon, Jim .Se1lick, Terry Traina, Kathy Gaare. Third Row: Tim Accardo, Bill Strick- ler, Paul Bengtsen, Eric Clapton, jerry Hickling, Steve Rad- cliffe, Gene Mack, Scott Morken. Fourth Row: Tom Barrett, jim Banie, Mike Knaack, Bob Rosholt, John St. Germaine, john Huter, John Roach, Buzz Livingston, Dave Abt, Jim Rybsk. 76 Members of the Astronomy Club pursued their interests in the study of the planets and the stars this year through their challenging projects. Plan- ning and building a 1,350 pound telescope occupied a great deal of the students' time as well as that of their instructor, Mr. Jason. Also included in the club's plans was a closed-circuit television system to be attached to the telescope for observing the skies from inside the school. With the help of Mr. Jason and the club officersg Bill Strickler, Craig Loughren, and Rick Gellertg the members added to their knowledge 0 an experience in astronomy. Students interested in flight found ways to learn about various phases of the subject in Aeronautics Club this year. Witli the aid of their advisor, Mr. Monnett, the members held business meetings, saw films about aeronautics, and heard guest speakers such as an aerobatic flight instructor and a com- mercial airline pilot. Ground school materials were used by the club to learn about piloting a plane. The students' plans also included a trip to an air- port for an actual flight as Well as a visit to a control tower. john Kreidich, Kenneth Terry, and Glen Moyer were the officers of this year's club. GERMAN CLUB Front Row: Kathy Braun, Betty Shubeck, Sue Wellhausen, Debby Stefan, Sue Frank. Second Row: john Barto, Cathy Ploetz, Barbara Auge, Jeanne Combs, Mr. Gellert. Third Row: Orchard Battistoni, John St. Germaine, Sue Wood, Steve Sis- terhenn, Pat Gates. German Club was a successful organization at Arlington this year. President, Sue Woods, vice- president, Sue Welhauseng and secretary, Sue Frank conducted the monthly meetings. The club's activi- ties included a party for the German Clubs of the area schools at Sue Woods' house. This gave the clubs an opportunity to exchange ideas and also to meet the foreign students. These students were the special guests. The club also planned a trip to the Davis Theatre where productions in German are presented. Afterwards, they plan to eat at a German inn with Mr. Gellert, the club's sponsor. Pep Club was a new organization at Arlington. The club was started by a group of students inter- ested in promoting school spirit. Their idea was a. good one and students joined enthusiastically. Pep Club's major responsibility was to create spirit by cheering at the games, wearing booster buttons, and making posters. They eagerly assist the cheer- leaders. The club was organized with the help of Mrs. Hinton. Jo Ann Johnson was elected presidentg Pat Mercer, vice-presidentg Carolyn Dobbins, secretaryg Jenger Hilgenfeld was elected as the club treasurer. PEP CLUB BOARD Front Row: jo johnson, Carolyn Dob- bins, Pat Mercer, Jenger I-Iilgenfeld. Sec- ond Row: Connie Crenner, Marcia Hol- ley, Mrs. Carol Hinton, Cathy Cushing, Gail Hollinger. 77 SENIOR CHOIR Front Row: Mary Ellen, Olson, Sue DeRosa, Candy Gerts, Do- ris Dearen, Jane Oestinann, Sue Niemczyk, Bonnie Barnett, Linda Burr, Sherwell Clancy, Lyn Whiting, Joyce Wendorf, Rosemary Saidikowski, Sue Kendall, Vicki T hiessen, Karen M arkstrom, Pam Miresse, Dawn Nelson, Marybeth Koch, Cindy Miller, Pat I-Iruby, Jan hlaskula. Second Row: jane Ostrow, Pam Sims, Lynn Kirchhoff, Robin Seiler, Linne Lindstrom, Sally Yeazel, Randy Logsdon, Dave Stroder, john Noeren- berg, Craig Deehring, Keith Hurley, Rex Parvin, Jim Rybski, Rick Pelland, Jim Schuler, Tom Staadt, Pauly Berg, Christa Hainsching, Peggy Marks, jean Milburn, Carol Nelson, Pat Kamp. Third Row: Bert Miesse, Pat Danna, Dawn Mayer. e e .oz - :,. - f V N.. 1 :...N,i5 5 in - r f . - I-i-ii 1 Patty Pierce, Kim Hodges, Sue Mitchell, jim Larson, Paul Reckwerdt, Mike Micek, Bruce Stein, Al McKay, Don Vogel, Bill Hazen, Steve Latta, Darrel Rowader, Dale Bublitz, Mary Tierney, Sue VVoods, Sue Hauf, Sue Brice, Nancy Zalud, Pam Johnson, Janis Kinsley, Martha Cook. Fourth Row: Cindy johnson, Nancy Harris, Sue Conzett, Ann Splittorff, Barb Kolze, Karen Richards, Jan Jones, Debbie Hawkins, Tim Gibler, Nick Isaacs, Dave Steele, Hans Dahlberg, jack Kehe, Bruce Harmon, Bill Stelling, Dave Palmatier, Scott Butler, Barb Mendl, Terry Myer, Anne jackson, Gail Hollinger, Nancy Thompson, Judy VVard, Lynn Johnson, Sue Swanezy, Mary Tuorni. L T 5 4.-Q ' MIXED CHORUS Front Row: Margie Bowen, Mike Ford, Celeste Landon, Mar- garet Hermes, Debbie I-Ierclrich, Sue Kost, Margaret Merkel, Chris Ratchek, janet Lense, jeff Yount. Second Row: Kathy Dolinajec, Ellen Valentine, Dorothy Weidner, Lesley Deeh- ring, Ron Trahan, Monique Smith, Chris Haskins, Audrey Carlson, Patty Zalud, Kurt Frantz, Ken Lidge, Joe I-Iutchlns. 78 Third Row: Sandy Naeher, Steve Mfehman, jeff Steele, Roger Latta, Janet Cochran, Randy Fischer, Tom Bellito, Donna Wadsworth, Mike Clarke, Jan I-Iauptly, Rick Schulte, Joy Spies, Linda johnson. Fourth Row: Pamela Bigforcl, Rich johnson, Doug Fuller, Don Rateike, Gale Sauers, Sue Sun- deen, Dick Wakefield, Lloyd Albright, Dottie Hauff, Debbie Vogel, Barb Aschoff, Dan Renz, Bill Callahan, jim Haughey. Vocal music has traditionally played an important part of life at Arlington. Its directors, Mr. Boyd WVhite and Mr. Jerome Pugsley, strive to produce the best sounds with all of their groups. This year the ninety-four member Senior Choir was led by president, Keith I-Iurleyg vice-president, Tim Gibler, secretary, Janie Oestmann. The juniors and seniors who were members were chosen through auditions based on their musical abilities. Each year the choir performs in the District 214 festival as well as the seasonal concerts. The group is also in charge of the spring musical. Harmonettes are one of the special groups selec- ted by audition. Composed of twelve girls and ac- companied by Sandra Ohman, this year they are rec- ognizable in their kelly green dresses. With their own distinctive, enthusiastic style, they entertain at school functions and service clubs throughout Illinois. The Revelaires are-ten boys chosen from the Senior Choir on the basis of poise, personality, and musical ability. They participate in the Talent Show, school concerts and the entertaining of local clubs. The Choraliers consist of six girls and six boys, each with solo talent. Under the direction of Mr. Pugsley, they sing at the Homecoming coronation and school assemblies. Their selections vary from madrigal to folk songs. Mixed Chorus members are mainly sophomores wanting to participate in the program and gain ex- perience. Members hope that by gaining the valuable experience, they will be able to enrich their lives. REVELAIRES Sitting: Dave Strocler, john Noerenberg, Daryl Rowader, Bill Hazen. Standing: Rex Parvin, Mary Tuomi, Bruce Harmon, jack Kehe, Keith Hurley, Anne Zonsius, Nick Isaacs. ilvlusicmakers Swing E HARMONETTES Left to Right: Kathy Landwehr, Anne Zonsius, Nancie Doug- las, Lisby Peek, Lynda Norris, Sandy Ohman, Carolyn Dob- bins, Sandy Hilton, Karen Markstrom, Bonnie Briscoe, Ginny Hawley, Irene I-Iaughey. CHORALIERS - Left to Right: Lyn Whiting, Scott Butler, Nancy Thompson, Dave Palrnatier, Sue IfVood, Larson, Bert Miesse, Dave Steele, Debbie Hawkins, Tim Gibler, Robin Curtin, Steve Latta, Robin Seiler. 79 Choral Groups Practice Harmony Ano! Pitch FRESHMAN GIRLS' CHORUS Front Row: Peggy Harris, Diane Palmer, Rene I-Iutter, Pam Meyer, Ellen Olson, Sue McNeal, Susan Palmatier, Jan Die- ters, Ruth Kunz, Julie Pharcs, Lesley Richardson, Janet Truel- sen, Denise Mack, Laura Wray. Second Row: Kevin Black- berg, Kathy Campbell, Sandy Vogeler, Beverly Walker, Paula Carstens, Karen Briscoe, Dale Ruthenberg, Carol Finney, Linda Huster, Pat Smith, Taffeney Josif, Barb Jones, Nancy Baumgartner, Debbie Dargatz, Barbara Hudec, Jo Alice Rea- gle, Sue Harden, Mr. White. Third Row: Linda Schoepke, Pam Hodges, Jan Barto, Marta Larson, Martha Haeger, Sue 11-All freshmen girls interested in vocal music are eligible to join the Freshman Girls' Chorus. The girls make up two choruses which meet during two periods of the day. The two choruses are directed by Mr. Boyd'lfVhite. Each chorus has a president, vice-president, secretary, treasurer, and three lib- rarians. The Freshman Girls' Choruses perform to- gether at the fall, Christmas, and spring concerts. Girls' Glee Club is another girls' vocal group. This chorus has grown to be twice the size as last yearfs group. These girls are directed by Mr. Jerome Pugs- ley. The chorus, made up of sophomore and junior girls, performs at the fall, Christmas, winter, and spring concerts. ' Tri-M, or Modern Music Masters, is a national honorary music society. Members must be at least sophomores who have participated in the music de- partment and have shown their musical knowledge and ability. The officers of Modern Music Masters were president, Scott Josifg vice-president, John Noe- renbergg secretary, Sandy Ohmang treasurer, Vicky Auerg and historian, Nancy A. Zalud. Modern Music Masters' sponsors were the three music teachers. 80 lvhittier, Shirley Pfrank, Karen Ahnquist, Joyce Kuenstler, Marsha McClellan, Beth Cook, Karen Higgs, Linda Blocki, Eve Lacker, Nancy Bauler, Cathy Cushing, Katie Smith, Katy Jaskula, Julie Brown, Susan Morgal, Jan Swanson. Fourth Row: Pat Koch, Donna Fournelle, Denise Meuser, Patti Stein, Peggay Graham, Nina Davidson, Kris Newquist, Barb Neckar, Sue Hollmeyer, Debbie Bowland, Nancy Vanek, Barb Krysh, Sue Shimer, Sally Erbach, Marybeth Dority, Marcy Flodin, Sally Strong, Linda Westphal, Nancy Menz, Debbie Leyclig, Diane Dohrman, Diane Rieder. "Oops" Nancy Bauler looks a little bewildered over her error as Karen Ahnquist offers friendly moral support and advice. MODERN MUSIC MASTERS Front Row: Robin Seiler, Irene Haughey, Lynda Norris, Nan- cie Douglas, Sue l'Vellhausen, Bonnie Barnett, Sue Pierre, 'Sue Niemczyk, Lynn Kirchoff, Peggy Marks, Ginney Hawley, Kathy Landwehr, Vicki Auer. Second Row: Mr. VVhite, Bonnie Briss coe, Jean Milburn, Lisby Peek, Karen Markstrom, Nancy Zalud, Lyn lfVhiting, Sandy Ohman, Nancy Thompson, Pat Kamp, Sandy Hilton, Anne Zonsius, Mr. Pugsley. Third Row: Gail Conway, Joyce Vlfendorf, Pat Cushing, Robin Curtin, Dennis Conrad, Linny Johnson, John Noerenberg, Carolyn Dobbins, Betty White, Judy Ward, Nancy Harris, Tom Faust. Fourth Row: Linda Freeman, Dave Palmatier, Jim Milne, Keith Hurley, Ken Newquist, Scott Josif, Tim Gibler, Bob Gallagher, Bill Hazen, Glenn Pierre, Karen Richard. Arlingtorfs Vocalists Really Sing Up A Storm GIRLS' GLEE Front Row: Linda VV are, Robyn Hoese, Adrienne Voise, Cathy Christopherson, Janet Damni, Donna Rateike, Melanie Ma- loney. Second Row: Judy Thybony, DeLynn l'Vinkleman, Madelyn Selgracl, Donna Kuharich, Gayle Ness, Karen Platt, Barb Cox, Jody Culberson, Liz Brankovich. Third Row: Donna Bartels, Lorie VVendorf, Jackie McMillan, Betsy An- derson, Debbie Vanek, Sue Carter, Jan Dunn, Dee Staahl, Melinda Flodin, Linda Reed, Cheryl Tusteck, Shirley Stein. Fourth Row: Ruth Nerlinger, Vicky Lilleberg, Mary Lynn Elliot, Joanne Lalish, Paula Greely, Ann Franzese, Carol Staahl, Liz Zilen, Sue Steincamp, Roxanne Higdon, Karen Kirkland, Chris Lerchenfeld. Fifth Row: Rosalie Keller, Dana Lacker, Kim Lacker, Meloney Southard, Jan Finney, Arlene Palmer, Kris Wolter, Monica Stansbury, Jaci Bless, Sue Smith, Leslie Lewis, Pat Erbach, Lynne Butler, Phyllis Kirchner, Sue Wojtkiewicz. 81 CONCERT "A" BAND Front Row: Tom Faust, Barbara Auge, Kathy Geertz, Doug- las Chaps, Carletta Brown, Barbara Schultheis, Kim Sheviak, Judy Adams. Second Row: Sue Pierre, Rhonda XiVood, Gail Cordiner, Nancy Schapanski, Barbara Johnson, Chris Brand, joella Doyle, Richard Michalski, Bob Boyett, Bob Evans, Tom Xflfakeling, Vlfayne Pierre, james Southard, Debbie Yates, Jean Timm, Gail Quam, Rick Hahn. Third Row: Paula Fisher, Christine Schimpf, Maili Powell, Betty Adams, Bar- bara Nelson, Douglas Hammond, Gregg Small, Cliff Laufer. Band, Orchestra Bring Music To Arlington GERMAN BAND Front Row: Barb Fondrie, Sandy I-Iilton, Karen Markstrom. Second Row: Debbie Yates, Carletta Brown, Sue I-Iolste, Kim Sheviak. Third Row: Richard Ross, Sandy Schultheis, Rick Hahn, Ken Newquist. Fourth Row: Bob Gallagher, Charles Schlaufman, Scott Josif. V ic Arlington's Instrumental Music Department is made up of the Orchestra, Band, and German Band. Under the direction of Mr. Schmoyer, the Orches- tra practiced daily lfor the year's several perform- ances including the school's seasonal concerts, as- semblies, and operetta. The members took part in the District 214 Festival and played at a com- munity church, a local music store, and an Arling- ton T.P.C. meeting. Concert A Band also practiced every day under Mr. Scl1moyer's direction. Their performances this year included school concerts, football games, and parades. Volunteers from the Band formed the Pep Band which played at pep assemblies and home bas- ketball games. In addition, Band members played at the District 214 Festival and, for the twelfth consecutive year, attended Band Day at Northwes- tern University. There, performing with representa- tives from eighty-three other Illinois high school bands, they provided the half-time entertainment. German Band consisted of several instrumentalists and four dancers, all gaily clad in folk costumes. While the musicians performed German folk songs, waltzes and polkas, the dancers further enter- tained the audiences with their talents. German Band performed throughout the year at meetings in private homes, at schools, at banquet, and at hospitals. Students from Concert A Band made up the instrumental section of German Band while dancers Ann Cournoyer, Barb Fondrie, Karen Mark- SLTOIH, and Sandy Hilton volunteered their services. Debbie Alexander. Foztrtlz Row: Alice Stigger, Sue VVel1l1au- sen, Chris Gehrig, Kathy Hurley, Bruce Carlsen, James VVa11- ner, Ken Newquist, Glen Pierre, John St. Germaine, Joe Camp, Bill Steiner, John Frieburg, Jack Nawrot. Fifth Row: Pauline Botha, Patrick McDougall, Rick Rausch, Bill Anker- berg, Rick Roeing, Richard Buehne, Dennis Conrad, Bob Gallagher, Scott Josif, Charles Levecke, James Milne, Tom Frisbie, Cory Tibbits, Richard Ross, John Olunan, Jeff- Thie- man. Sixth Row: Fred Morrison, Rodney Southard, Gene Morse, Mike Newlin, Patricia I-Ieisler, Rory Cassidy, Charles Schlaufman, Russ Daughtry, Paul Thompson. Absent: Sue Holste, Dick Press, Craig Loughrin. ' ORCHESTRA Front Row: Betty Mlhite, Vicki Auer, Kathy Samson, Jana I-Iolt, Gail Conway, Jayne DeVerna, Judy VVi1lcox, Patti Cushing. Second Row: Laurie Godwin, Ken Sebesta, Nancy Christopherson, Debbie lflfhiting, Carol Mulholland, Ann Karen Thompson, Jean Combs, Tom Herbst. Stfmtling: Mar- Xfllagner. Third Row: Christina Rongner, Libby Griffith, Karen Thompson, Jean Combs, Tom Herbst. Standing: Mar- Bancl members Scott Josif and Jim Milne await the announcement of the Homecoming King and Queen. tha Jaster. Fourtlt Row: Nancy Schapanski, Gail Cordiner, Rhona Wocmcl, Sue Pierre, Barb Auge. Fifth Row: Kim Sheviak, Bob Schultheis, Sue I-Iolste, Cliff Lanier, Glen Pierre, lien Newquist, Tim Gibler. .Sixth Row: Jean Morse, Pat Heisler, Kathy Hurley, Chris Gehrig, Alice Stigger, Sue VVell- hausen, Jim Milne, Scott Josif, Dick Ross, John Ohman. A b- sent: Tom Faust. A 4 w w w ' w ,X w - w v 1: X w .HU w r ' w 1 n ' w Hx J w w uw ', 1 Y , , 84 ATHLETICS Senior stand-out and team captain, Tom Chandler, leads Arlington's fighting Cards to another Win for the season. 1967 VARSITY FOOTBALL Carflinals Ojrponent 13 ........... ,...... B arrington ......,..... . 20 13 ..... .,..... P rospect ...,.. .... 6 41 ..... ....,.. C onant .... .... O 35 ..,,. ....,.. F remd ...... .... 6 14 ..,,. ...,... W heeling .... ....... l 7 6 ,.,.. ....... E lk Grove ..... .... 0 34 .,.,. ....... P alatine ......... .... 0 24 ...,. ....... F orest View ...... .... 3 . 4- , .... fIHiTil Winning has become a habit with the Arlington gridders. This was proven when the Cardinal var- sity team wound up with another successful sea' son of sharing the Mid-Suburban League Cham- pionship. Many factors accounted for the tean1's ability to uphold the winning tradition, including the group effort of a squad of crack players. Some of the major contributions to the Cardinals' record of six wins, two losses were provided by the leader- ship olf halfback Tom Chandler and the rushing prowess of linebacker Dennis Meacham, and the blocking ability of senior, Ray Peale. Also of irn- portance were the interceptions of juniors jim Baumgartner and Dean Schmelzer. Other juniors who demonstrated that victories are here to stay included both tackle Daniel Selleck, and tackle Paul Tollefson. This year saw juniors Meacham, Selleck, Tollefson and seniors Chandler and Peale earn all'Conference honors. Although the individual performances of each of the squad's members often helped in determin- ing the final results, teamwork was the main in- gredient in the Cardinals' recipe for victory. Re- sponsible for building and directing the tea1n's drive were coach Mr. Robert Walther and assistant coaches Mr. Tom Pitchford and Mr. Leonard Burt. Piloting the J-V squad this season were Mr. Bren- dan Flynn and Mr. William Meyer, while Mr. Julius Fliehler and Mr. Tom Hfalthouse were in charge of the hard-working and victorious Frosh-Soph team. Gridders Triumph In IVISL League Action L . ' ':'l Arlingtorfs Dave Ewart, Lou Grossi, and Doug Daughtry lead the fighting Cardinals onto the field after another brief half-time. 86 ,N . .e 1 ms ? ' A, 'Z E5 ' .u, n22r'g?l5 YY 'i '-- "1 ? s'3Q1"if J" L Q 1 , l ,f , ivllf' . 7 Z VARSITY FOOTBALL Front Row: jim Baumgartner, Paul Tollefson, Bob Miller, Al LaLond, Todd Somers, Tom Chandler, Keith Culberson, Ray Peale, Dennis Meachem, Dan Selleck, Dean Sclnnelzer Bob Grahanl. Second Row: Coach Pitchford, Coach Burt Briggs Blackburn, John Vetter, Dick Witcher, Dave Ewart 1 J 1 :MBE 4 5 VVilbur Heineman, Bill Harris, Steve Stratton, Bryce Knorr, Lou Grossi, Paul Douglas, Coach Sheehan, Coach lfValther. Third Row: Ron Nelson, Al Kuhl, Gene Kennedy, Paul Stevens, Ken Koeneman, Darrel Kasl, Jim Ulrich, Tim Shan- non, Mark Lyclell, Chris Kaucher, Dave McGuffey, Doug Daughtry, john Lister. 7 ,7, L , , 7 77 ,-,.,-,7,., 7 7,7 U7 V 7777,- l w IUNIOR-VARSITY FOOTBALL FTOW Row: Dick PICSS, Doug Steilbim RRY. Smith, Waylie John Kushwor, Doug Judson, Mike Langhout, Coach Myers. Bfl1'lhO10II1CW, P21111 HRTU1, 101111 Sdllllfl, RICII HCI'I1?lHClCZ, Third Row: Rick Zacharias, Mark Warns, Carl Anderson Marc Lenlmdf- Sffgmfi Rvwg Coach Flynn, John McDonald, Scott Siman, VVally Bednarz, Bob Bright, Dow Woodard, Boll Arden Jacobs, Cfillg Deehrmg, Don Rehtz, Rick Trahan, Swim, F1-ed Harm, Andy IQehe. 87 lf, . ,., MF- -gi. -4 rf -31, r,-, 1 m' ,gg 34 , 4 - . r 1 ei? ' N V5 '. as x. :Y YY , -- - f .. FROSH-SOPH FOOTBALL Front Row: John Keller, Dick Elsner, Jack Moeller, Dick Boyles. Second Row: Rick Stanczak, Bruce Frase, Denis Ag- nes, Jeff Howard, John Kuykendall, Sam Wit, Mark Musich, Jon Morrow, Mike Gardner, Dave Pollard, Hal Raupp, Paul Green, Mark Jacoby, John Manos. Third Row: Coach Walt- house, Jim Stipp, Fred Morrison, Gary Wegner, Tom Ander- son, Jack Hult, John Pollitz, Dick Wells, Wes VanWinkle, Bob VVeber, Mike Hadley, Mike McCall, John Garms, Mr. Fliehler. Fourth Row: Dan Renz, Doug Hochstetler, Jim Parish, Rich Delaney, John Reitmeyer, Craig Moritz, Bill Witcher, Peter Bukowski, Jolm Meyers, Brad O'Ber1y, Mike W'eber, Don Stuinpfh, Tom Nichols. FROSIH ANG' B FOOTBALL Front Row: Coach Glover, Ken McCoy, Tom Sayre, Fred Shek, Howard Cassavant, Greg Kennedy, Bob Dickinson, Craig Annen, Bob Wilson, Steve Chase, John Hilton, Roy Brooks, Tom Johnston, Bob McDonald, Tom Johnston, Gerald Dick- enson, Bob McCoy, Coach Somers. Second Row: Coach Slay- ton, John Oldenburg, Denny Foreman, Scott Davis, Bruce Clark, John Koriath, Scott Bruhnke, Jeff Thieman, Gene Elsberg, Scott Douglas, Chuck Dillon, Randy Roeing, Jeff Selleck, Roy Genevich, Will I-Iinneberg, Greg Dattilo, Scott Trernberth, Frank Dye, Coach Thyreen. Third Row: Randy 88 Fischer, Ed Carter, Chuck Stevens, Bob Huber, Tom Surge, Scott Brunke, Mike Garms, Jay Schmitz, Jerry Prosbestle, Bruce Starek, Steve Wehrnann, Gary Stevens, Mike D'Angelo, Rolfe Harper, Rick Schoell, Jim Reclalen, Gordon Heise, Keith Funk. Fourth Row: Chuck Donchess, Torn Harris, Tim Trurnmer, Will DeWitt, Steve Moore, Pat McGrath, Rick Parkin, Dave Friebus, Bill Miller, Don Zacharias, Mark iVil- cox, Mike Graham, Wally Wroblewski, Tim Nixon, Dan Rapp, Carl McWl1erter, Marty I-Iaeger. Fifth Row: Tom Brantner, Russ Daughtry, Lorne Kuffel, Peter Harth, Rick Schaeffer, Wayne Kleiner. CORONETS Front Row: Betsy Mirs, Sue Kasting, Cathy Allen, june Lucas, Debbie Ormsbee, Cindy Benoit, Carol Staahl, Lynda Norris, -Ian Schrank. Second Row: Kathy Plessner, Janis Jacoby, Sue Hruska, Peggy Marks, Cathy Bube, Marty Kort, Kathy Dill, Kris 'Woltcr, Pat Mirs. Third Row: Adrienne Voise, Vivian Marching And Tvvirling During the past year pre-game performances and half-time shows were often presented by the girls belonging to the Coronets and Cardettes. In' uniforms of red and white, the Drill Team, the Color Guard, and the Cardettes entertained with marching and twirling routines. Captains Lucy Bliss and Kathy Plessner devised the drills and taught them to the Corps in fourth hour gym class supervised by Mrs. Lagerlof. They per- formed their drills, including the one with which the team won the Veterans of Foreign Wars Nation- al Championship, at Arlington football and basket- ball games. Parades were also included in the activi- ties of the more than forty girls who belong to the Coronets. The Color Guard, a division of the Corps, was under the leadership of their sergeant, junior Deb- bie Ormsbee. They presented precision drills using sabers, flags, and rifles during each home pre-game period. Many half-time shows during both football and basketball games were put on by the Cardettes to the music of records or the Arlington Band. Led by their captain, Senior Sharon Fischer, the girls learned .and perfected entertaining pom-pon and baton twirling routines during their daily gym per- iod. In the fall, the twelve Cardettes accompanied the Arlington High School Marching Band to Band Day at Northwestern University in Evanston, Illi- nois. There they performed a routine at half-time. Faitz, Pat Lind, Pat Zalucl, jan Dunn, Nancy Zalud, Bonnie Pederson, Nancy Harth, Debbie Bruner, jean Milburn, Fourth Row: Pat Mercer, Diane Staahl, Debby Harth, julie Stipp, Penny Myers, Anne Jackson, Mel Stauder, Pat Rezner, Lynee Engleson, Jane Davis, Cindy Ewertz. Done With Precision CARDETTES Front Row: Ginny Hawley, Linda Carlson, Vicki Truax, Patricia Dean, Kathy Witcher. Second Row: Sue Rice, Debbi lfVhiting, Sharon Fischer, Jenee Nelson, Linda Freeman, Diane Pastirik, Dana Lacker. 89 Cardinal Harriers Run Away With State Title VARSITY CROSS COU NTRY Front Row: A1 McKay, Dave Dieters, Per I-Iveem, Ken Mal- stroin, Rory Cassidy, Joe Hooker, Jim Stubbs, Rich Saxton colmson, Scott Butler, Tom Swanson. Second Row: Iim Berg- Mr. Samoore. 7 Arlingtoifs clutnipion cross-country team displays the hard- gffpa earned fruits of their labor after earning the title clownstate ff 57 1. 90 ,HAD 1967 VARSITY CROSS COUNTRY Cfl'7'tll'7'l1lIS Ojnjmncnt 111 20 .......... , ............ Maine East .............. .... .,.,................ 2 . 2nd Place ......... Maine Hlest Center Meet ...... - 22 ....,.,....... ,..... E vanston .................,.............. ...... 3 7 15 ,... ...... C onant ....., ...... 4 7 15 .... ...... P rospect ..., 4.,,,, 4 S 15 ..,. ....., F orest View ..... ...... 5 0 18 ..., ..... , Palatine ....... ...... fl 5 20 .............. ...... E lk Grove ..,,., ,..... K 13 lst Place ........... Peoria Meet ...... - 15 ...,,,........ ...... V Vlieeling ..... ...... 4 18 16 .... ..,... F remcl .................. ...... L 111 15 .,,..,.i.. ....., L ane Tech ........... ...... 4 6 lst Place Conference Meet .............. - lst Place Libertyville Invitatioiial - lsr Place District Meet ..................... - 1st Place State Meet ..... - FROSH - SOPH CROS-S COUNTRY Front Row: Bill Cochran, Frank Dal Compo, Scott Teuber, Gary Rettberg, Steve Carncross, Joe Camp, Miles Roat. Sec- ond Row: Lupe Hernandez, Greg Gibbel, Paul Thompson, jim Catanzaro, Mike Pribilski, Mike Yorke, jim I-Iilgenfeld, For the first time in Arlington's history the school had a champion state cross country team. In an exciting race fought down to the wire at Cham- paign the Cards lived up to the reputation they had built during the best season on record. Among their achievements were an unbeaten record in dual competition, the Mid-Suburban League Champion- ship, and first place at the Peoria Invitational. Coach Samoore's team was led this year by co- captains Rory Cassidy and Dave Dieters. At the state meet Dave took fourth and Rory twenty-first. Other standouts were seniors Rick Saxton who placed 16th at state, and Jim Stubbs. Juniors Tom Swanson and Dave Marzelek added to the tea1n's success, as did sophomore Scott Butler, who finish- ed ninth at state. Foreign exchange student, Per I-Iveem added color and an extra kick to the varsity squad. Experts predicted that the winners of the Nor- ridge district, nicknamed "Little State," would be the state champs. At this meet were most of the powers in Illinois cross country competition. York, New Trier, Elmhurst, Main XfVest and Arlington met knowing that only two could qualify for state. In a matter of minutes, it was decided - York and Arlington would vie for state honors. The 1967 State Tournament was one of the most exciting in recent years. The Harriers of Arlington and Proviso West dueled down to the last runner on the two mile course, and after a long agonizingly wait the score was announced. Arlington won the state title by shading Proviso by just one point, 73-74. Peter Jacobs, Kurt Luhrsen, Chuck Koennke. Third Row: Jim Eggert, Mike Ford, Jeff Kowalski, John Grom, Larry Berjeson, Jack Fitzpatrick, Dan Niemann. Fourth Row: Jim Huter, Scott Hagy, Mitch Higdon, George Chapman, John Curtin, Vince I'Vcidner, Don Lewan, Cliff Laufer. "Statewide Champs" Per I-Iveem, one of the few exchange students to actively participate in athletics, strives toward a cross country victory. 91 VARSITY BASKETBALL Chris Buttenob, Larry Waclzita, Keith Culberson, jim. Baum- Left to Right: Craig Cochran, R. J. Collins, Dean Schmelzer, gartner. Managers: A1 Cool, Al May, Briggs Blackburn, Ron Todd Somers, Ralph Liclge, Dave McGuffey, John T heroux, Nelson. Cagers Dribble Oh Through Another Season R. J. Collins attempts to pass the ball to Mark Liddell as our cagers fight for victory over Prospect's team. Dave McGufleyrwith the help of fellow players R. J. Col- lins and Jim Baumgartner, scores during the Prospect game. Cards Advance Through IVISL To Regionals 1967-68 VARSITY BASKETBALL Omlmfzls - 011110116 Barrington York ...,..,..... Crystal Lake Wheel ing ......, Forest View T'Vaterrnan ..... Belvidere ....... Fremd .... Prospect ..,. Elk Grove .. Palatine ...... Libertyville Conant ...,.... Wheeling .... Forest View Fremd .......... Prospect ..... Elk Grove .. Palatine ...... Conant ...... Barrington fllegionalj Mundelein fllegionalj Grant Qllegionalj .......,.., ..,.. Tl! 119 75 62 59 45 51 51 711' 51 63 53 62 55 82 Lil 59 72 S2 49 63 53 50 79 Although there have been better years, the team acquitted themselves well this season. The Cardi- nals, directed by Coach Bill Slayton, got to the finals of the regionals, upsetting Barrington and Munde- lein. R. J. Collins and jim Baumgartner led the team in the backcourt, while Dave McGuffey, John Theroux and Mark Liddel fought under the boards. juniors Dean Schmelzer and Chris Buttenob also rebounded for the Cards. The team finished with an overall tally of seven wins and ten losses. The first two regional games were the best and most exciting to watch. Maybe this season Wasn't the best year for our varsity basketball team but the Cards can look for- ward to winning teams in the future. The junior- varsity team led by Coach Bob Carter, finished fourth in a tough conference. Ken Jorgensen with Gary Anderson helped the team to victory. The frosh-soph team posted a winning record of twelve wins and eight losses, Mr. Fran Somers coached these boys. The freshman teams played fine basketball and their records prove it. The freshman UA" team, coached by Mr. Brice Glover, had a thirteen and four record while Mr. Ray Leafgrins "B" team fin- ished with a twelve and three record. The Cardinals played a fast and a furious season. The Cards can look forward to exciting basketball in the years to come, to follow Arlington tradition. IUNIOR VARSITY BASKETBALL nom Row Steve Smlflloflf Ken ,IOYSCHSOIL Craig DCC111'iHg, Carter, Charlie Dickenson, Dave Steele, Tim Shannon, Torn Bill Stclhng jim Kolari, Bill Heffernan. Second Row: Coach Vlfhite, Gary Anderson, Terry Furlong. , 93 l l , C GDSDDSD FROSHVSOPH BASKETBALL ' Dick Boyles. Second Row: Coach Somers, Cliff Schultz, Brad Front Row: Jeff Schulze, Greg Harris, Gene Morse, Ron O'Berry, Gary Bratko, Ivfike Haclley, Steve Fischer, Tim Doubek, F1'CCl Hfllek, Jim Millfmllll, SH111 l'Vif, Mflfll Jacoby, Nagel, Jack Hult, John Garms, Jim Stipp, Ken Malcolrnson. Carol Spirit Soars During Basketball Season FROSH BASKETBALL Front Row: .Iirn Casey, Steve Chase, Gene Elsberg, Roy Gene- vich, Mike Wilbins, Scott Davis, Jeff Steele, Chuck Dillon Jack Tagey, John Oldenburg. Second Row: Dean Stzinsburyl Dennis Foreman, Bruce Carlson, John Bronan, Chuck Stevens 94 Ron Lelafan, Trevor X'Vill, Ken Pickett, Rick Shell, Bruce Frase, Bill Moore, Larry Bergeson. Third Row: Coach Glover, Keith Funk, Pat McGrath, Don LeWan, XfVill DeVVitt, Tom Harris, Mike Manclole, Tom Brantner, Ed Carter, Dan Rapp, Randy Fischer, Coach Leafgren. .. .' '-- . ,. .N--.-.4-p .--:ne-v Lf, . '79 I-F15 - " fs' s 4 I' ,y, J e L. we -5-pw,-. ,Q A id A. ,-11 W V g X J ' xgs ji' li, ff 8 V M YFQEQ4, Y ,- 1 ' F N- xl: 35: is? ' - 1 - -- - fi A TT?--1e?f, wg, . . nr f -V M, U .fir .QS W ,V- A -.'f' W A 1 M H A Q: A 5 '?fi1:. V Q T21 , 151' ' V -1 h xy JJ , -V N A V gig PA e' " f 1 ' W . s v 'MQ ' -- wif! 7- H" -' lm' W " H K ,rv Tankers Team Together Toward Triumph 'l967-l958 VARSITY SWIMMING Carfiinals Oppgngnf Y 3rd Place .......,.... St. Viator Relays ....... ,,..,,.,,,,,, - 22 ........, ...... E ast Leyden ..,........ ,.,,., 7 3 17 ...... ...... L ake Forest ..... ,,.... 7 8 29 ...... ......... W est Leyden ..... ,,,,,, 6 6 26 ...... ......... lX ffaine West ..... ....., 6 9 25 .. ......... Waukegan ..... ...... 6 9 22 ...... ........, ' Maine East ....... ...... 7 2 52 ...... ......... F orest View ....... .,,... 4 3 63 ...... ......... F orest View ,.,.. ...... 3 2 25 ...... ......... N iles West ..... ..,... 7 0 27 .................. Niles East ......... ...... 6 8 6th Place .....,.... Titan Relays ...,.. - 57 ...... ......... E lk Grove .,..... ...... 3 8 48 ...... ......... P rospect ...... ....,. 1 17 Freshman Jeff Thienian works on keeping his legs and his arms straight as he practices his diving-board technique. R I-ISi0PH SWIMMING Patterson, John Curtin. Thzrd Row: Coach Garclner, Dave llfrgiit Row: Dave Brasle, Paul Xverfelinann, Ron Hooson, Lee Argust, Frank Dye, Pete Nester, jeff Tlueman, Mike Walsh, Kowalski, Bill VVitcher. Second Row: Ken McCoy, Roger Randy Lagsdon, Tom Rowe, Roger Chapman, Erick Lind- Pelletier, Kevin Broderick, Greg Duff, Bob Shartle, Larry blad, Jim I-Iilgenfeld. 96 VARSITY SWIMMING Front Row: Bob Pfrank, Dennis Bosscrt, Dick Ruthenburg, Rod Antrim. Second Row: Tom Walsh, Mark Howard, Rich Swimming Plays An Again contending with the fact that they do not have a pool of their own, Arlingtorfs swim team did very Well this year. Coach John Gardner led the two tank teams to the honors they have received despite their obvious oppression. The team was required to practice at the YMCA in Des Plaines bright and early every sin- gle morning. That led to a sizeable slew of sleep- less swimmers. Co-captain Kurt Thompson was a great help to the team, so great, that Coach Gardner labeled him as "possibly our best swimmer". Kurt is a junior. A major handicap to the team was the loss of Dick Witcher due to injury. In spite of the loss, the tankmen managed to shatter many records, both varsity and frosh-soph. Spirit and determination were probably the main guiding forces in the successes the team did enjoy. Upcoming bond issues will provide, at least, a par- tial answer for the question of whether the team will get its long-awaited pool. Although next season will bring about the loss of the coach, the optimism that was shown by the team's quality and their dedication shows no signs of letting down. It seems that this year has been a "show-me" year: the preview of swimming future. Lighthall, John Westwood, Craig Davis, Doug Judson. Third Row: Coach Gardner, Mike Peck, Mark Jordan, Scott josif, Don Bieber, Curt Thompson, Dick Witcher, jim Ulrich. Active Part Of Winter Catching a deep breath, Kurt Thompson practices diving at one of the early swimming practices 'held at the YMCA. 97 J- VARSITY GYMNASTICS Larson, Doug Atkins, Yvayne Crockett. Second Row: John Front Row: Bob Gleichman, Neil Suzuki, George Creswell, Frieburg, Pete Metz, Gary Drake, Nick Isaacs, Kevin Lindsey, Ron Jones, Jim Brosseau, Gerry Wlthey, Jack Finch, Larry Rich Carlson, Glenn Pierre, Bob Ekstrancl, Coach X!VZlll1hOLlSC. Mighty Gymhasts Ta ke State Championship Senior standout Jack Finch works 'hard on the parallel routine which led him and the Cardinals to VIC 93 bars tory. Senior VVayne Crockett limbers up on the parallel bars with Il few difficult maneuvers before a gymnastics meet. 1967-68 VARSITY CYMNASTICS Cardinals Opponent 76W ..... New Trier East ....... ........ 55y, 80 .......... ..... N iles West ...............,......... ....... 5 2 85 .................., Glenbrook South .......................... 47 2nd Place .....,... Maine East Invitational ..... .... - 89 .......... .. ..... Barrington .......................... ....... 4 2 91 .......... .,,.. lN 'Iaine VVest .................... ....... 4 1 78y2 ............... Fremd ................................... .....,. 5 Sw 2nd, Place ...,..... Vliaukegan Invitational .,... .... - EMM-, ............... Palatine ............................ ....... 3 7M S3 .... ..... N ew Trier VVest ..... ......, 4 9 96 .... ..... C onant .................... ....... 3 6 74 .... ..... E vanston ............. ....... 5 8 95W ..... Elk Grove ....... ....... 3 GW 75 ....... ..... X fVheeling ...... ....... 5 7 - 77W ..... Prospect ........... ....... 5 4lW 84 ..,....... ..... F orest View ..... ....... 4 -8 lst Place ........... Conference ..... .... - lst Place ........... District .......... . - lst Place ........... State .... - SOPHOMORE CYMNASTICS Front Row: Gary Rettberg, Bob lfVilson, John Hilton, Mark Vtfeeg, Tracy Neftzger, jeff McGuire, Mark Boyett, john Van de Merkt. Second Row: Dave Lighthall, john Wezixfer, Steve Brogdon, Greg Dattilo, Scott Bruhnke, Tom Sayre, Paul Gundry, Karl Larrison, Randy Roeing, Coach Wziltliotise. FRESH MAN CYMNASTICS Front Row: Larry Daube, Torn Kennedy, Steve Vonlibers, Gary Bialkowski, john Boylan, Brian Pascale, Craig Sjogren, Wayne Pierre, Brad Prochaska, Kim Moore. Second Row: john Frieburg, Dave Spink, Mark Larson, Glen Temko, Bob Hollenbach, Tom Barrett, Pat Brousseau, Mike Isaacs, Bruce Mechling, jim Koerner, Lance Boyett, Coach Vlfalthouse. Practice Is Progress While the Arlington students were still basking in the glory of a cross country championship, the gym- nastics team then had another reason for a celebra- tion. After easily taking the Barrington section- als the powerful Cards went on to the ninth state championship meet at Maine East. The key to the success of the team throughout the entire season was depth. This was a mostim- portant factor at the state meet, as h Arlington emerged with two individual state champs, Gary Drake in tumbling, and Terry Haines on the tram- poline. All consistent performers for the team during the year, seniors Doug Atkins on side horse, Wayne Crockett on rings, and junior jim Brousseau on high bar all won third place state ratings.'An excellent showing was also made in the all-round event with Crockett taking third, and junior Bob Gleichman ninth. Adding to the Redbird domination of the rings were senior Rich Carlson at fourth, and junior Kevin Lindsey at tenth. Aside from the state crown, the Cards also broke Prospect's five year hold on the league championship, smashing them in a dual meet called by some the "battle of the giants" 755-Belw. The team also had an undefeated dual meet record. Graplolers Nluscle Along To More Success HIT 183 ' - 1-in 71 iffp' ufF': . N5 5, Lt rv V' I rm A L u ft I -4 t l 1 ,,.. -if .f-to S1- R 145 ,QB Y 135 isa ma ll 1-vs VARSITY 6' IUNIOR VARSITY WRESTLING Front Row: Rick Hernandez, Rick Stanczak, Jim Whitnell, Jay McDonnell, Gary Prochaska, Rick Wakley, Greg Mattix, Lupe Hernandez, Jack Dabbert. Second Row: Bob Bright, Varsity wrestler Dan Selleck holds a Palatine opponent in check as Arlington carries off Pa's Bucket once again. 100 '1 x t ,-, ,931 , . is , I Y ' .e it 'II Don Stumpf, Ray Smith, Paul Douglas, Greg Smith, Doug Thiernan, Al McKay. Third Row: Coach Myers, Dave Schott, Dan Selleck, Dennis Meacham, Carl Anderson, Stan Stanc- zak, Wally Bednarz, Coach Walther, Coach Bachir. Their Second year of Mid-Suburban League par- ticipation saw Arlington's varsity wrestlers repeat last yearis performance by again taking a second place in league competition. Under the guidance of Coach Willie Myers, co-captains Paul Douglas and jim Whitnell led a crack squad of varsity matmen to a league record of six wins, one loss. Other impor- tant achievements were a first place in the Lake Park Quad and second places in the Proviso West Quad and the Palatine Tourney. While Sectional competition cut short its down-state aspirations, the team did advance five grapplers to the district level, more than any other participating school. Among the wrestlers behind the tearn's success this season were senior standouts Ray Smith, Jim Whitnell, Dave Schott, and Paul Douglas. junior representation on the squad was also influential in the form of Gary Prochaska, Jay McDonnel, Doug Thiemann, Dennis Nleacham, and others. The junior varsity also earned a league record of 6-1, making a third successful MSL season very likely. The junior varsity coach was Mr. Brendan Flynn, while the soph and fresh coaching spots were filled by Mr. Walter Bachir and Mr. Bob Walther. ' TTA' -'PN' 'T-TTT M ii x Qi ' NXYIE7- Vlilih A .' N quill? Ax QIIE ie? FROSH-SOPH WRESTLING Front Row: Greg Chapman, Blaine Hemphill, Mike Weber, George Jirasek, Tom Fichter, John Mauos, Craig Smith, Bob VVi1son, Rick Brandt, John Brogni, Jim Cantazaro, Frank Dal Compo, Paul Helbling. Second Row: Todd Opela, Mgr., Mark Neurich, Jeff Howard. Dan Grey, Bob Moore, Scott McKay, Tom Anderson, Steve Bakas, Scott Douglas, Todd Shumate, Dave Friebu, Mike D'Angelo, Bob McDonald, jeff Selleck, Pat Barry, Jim Press, Doug Fuller, Carl McWholer, Marty O'Brien, Mgr. Third Row: Coach Bachir, Doug Hos- tetler, Bill Miller, Fred Morrison, Fred I-Iarth, Craig Annen, John Reitmeyer, Wes Van VVink1e, Richard Wells, Craig Morita, Peter I-Iarth, Gordon Heise, Steve Moore, Bob McCoy, Marty I-Iaeger, Bob Weber, jerry Proebstle, Pete Cassidy. Wrestlers Wrarigle To A Triumphant Finish 1967-68 VARSITY WRESTLING cm-dimly Opponent 35 .,..,....... ..... G lenbrook South ...... 9 38 ..... ..,.. W heeling .............. .. 8 23 ..... ..... F orest View ....... ..... 1 4 38 ..... ..... F remd .......... .. 5 19 ..... ..... P rospect ...... ..... 2 0 25 ..,,. ,.... 1 'alatine ...... ,.... 1 4 26 ..... ..... M CHCI11'j' .... ..... I 4 29 ..... ........ C onant ........... ..... 1 2 34 ..... ..... E lk Grove ..,., .. 6 23 ..... ..... N iles Mfest ....... .... ..... 1 S 112 ..,,............ .,... N iles East .......l............... , 6 2nd Place ............ Proviso Mfest Quad ..... - lst Place ..... ..... L ake Park Quad ........ . - 2nd Place ............ Palatine Tourney ...... - "I-Iow will this ever help my tennis game?" wonders senior Ray Smith while wrestling fiercely against his opponent. 101 T ORCHESIS Front Row: Janet Lense, Ann Olson, Sheila Harmon, Pat Strother, Pat Hruby, Sue DeRosa, Margie Bowen, Mary Ellen Olson. Second Row: Irene Haughey, Laurie Lechelt, Kathy Prentiss, Jeanne Urich, Sharon Martin, Pat VVood, Cindy G.R.A. BOARD Front Row: Wencly Hedberg, Betsy Rossi, Mary Callahan, Mary Donn Rossi, Ellen Brogdon. Second Row: Pam john- son, Gail Corcliner, Marilyn Meyer, Terry Cassidy, Carolyn Dalley. Third Row: Nancy Scudder, Sharon I-Iicks, Marline Chin, Lynne King, Debbie Yates. 102 Miller, Beth McDonald, Denise Petersen, Claudine Turi, Cindy A. Johnson, Betsy Criswell. Third Row: Pam Lindsay, Llnne Lindstrom, Mikki Belzer, Sue Wood, Barb Miilliams, Jan Jones, Sue Corbett, Nancy Grabow, Sue O'Dor, Nancy Harris, Bert Miesse, Libby Gustason. Agility Equals Action G.R.A. and Orchesis provide a wide range of phy- sical activities for the girls at Arlington High. G-.R.A. gives the girls opportunities to participate in Various sports. Orchesis offers a challenge in expressing emotions through dance techniques. G.R.A. provides competition in both team and in- dividual sports. By participating in various G.R.A. activities, points can be earned for awards. The number of hours determine the number of points earned for the awards. The awards are distributed at the Winter Banquet or the Spring Picnic. Presi- dent of the Girls Recreational Association was Terry Cassidyg vice-president, Mary Donn Rossig Record- ing Secretary, Carolyn Dalleyg Point Secretary, Mary Callahan. Mrs. Hundt and Miss Thompson served as this year's sponsors. This year Orchesis performed at the Freshman Party, several basketball games, and sponsored the annual Orchesis Show in the spring. Orchesis receiv- ed invitations to 'perform at different schools in the area. Orchesis was headed by Bert Miesse, pres- identg and Kathy Prentiss, vice-president. This year Orchesis was under the direction of Miss Wliitney. She has sponsored this club through past years. 'Athletic Achievement' ls"A"CIub Philosophy "A" CLUB Front Row: Bob Ekstrand, Gary Prochaska, Matt YVeeg, Mike Peck, Ron Nelson, jim Brousseau, Scott Butler, jim Whit- nell, Doug Atkins, Jay McDonald. Second Row: Ken Meyer, Mlayne Crockett, jack Finch, Dave Dieters, Keith Culberson, Gary Drake, Pete Hahn, Gary McCallister, Rich Carlson. Gerry tftfithey, Kurt Thompson. Third Row: Terry Hanes, "A" CLUBDOFFICERS I Left to Rzglzt: Dave Dieters, Bob Mlller, Gary McCallister. Tim Furlong, Ray Peale, jim Bergstrom, Doug Somers, Dick Witcher, Doug Daughtry, Bob Gallagher, Paul Stevens, Bill Stelling, Tom Swanson, Glenn Mitchell. Fourth Row: Paul Tollefson, Bob Graham, Al May, Briggs Blackburn, Rich Saxton, Doug Chaps, Dave Steele, Tom Chandler, Rory Cassidy, Bill Drake, Ken Newquist, Todd Somers, Bob Miller. "A" Club is one of the most active organiza- tions this year. This club has sponsored many ac- tivities under the leadership of president, Bob Millerg vice-president, Dave Dietersg secretary- treasurer, Gary McCallister. "A" Club's sponsor is Mr. Guy Vena. "A" Club sponsored various projects this year. On October eighth, "Autumn's Promise," the tradi- tional homecoming dance was held in the Grace Gym. "A" Club also took charge of the conces- sions for the homecoming football game and sold tickets to raffle the homecoming football. With the coming of the winter, "A" Club had the re- sponsibility of keeping up the maintenance of cer- tain areas of the school. This club also cooperated with Student Council by helping' to collect both money and cans for our canned food drive against Wheeling High School. "A" Club's major concern throughout the entire year is pledging. Three times every year, athletes who have lettered in a varsity sport are invited to join the club. If his application is accepted, the boy becomes a pledge for a period of six Weeks. During this time period each boy has a pledge rnas- ter and performs numerous tasks. At the end of six weeks they are initiated and become actives. 103 T-w-ff+TfQ- - A in A , 4 fm A ' 'i . 5 . I ff- 5 ef 4. Q 023- LW- 1..4- t STEAK. .r-'E-.. rs. . VARSITY BASEBALL Front Row: Dick Press, Dean Schmelzer, Darrell Kasl, Gary Anderson, John McDonald, Al May, Bob Miller, John Vetter, Lou Splittorff, Wayne Miller. Second Row: Rich Buehne, Lou Grossi, Jack Nebel, Keith Culberson, Dave Armstrong, Tom White, Doug Somers, Dave Somers, Steve Stratton, jim Batmen Shoot High Our first year in the Mid-Suburban League was successful. The squad's first year as a member of the Mid-Suburban League saw a great improve- ment over the cellar position they had held the year before in the West-Suburban Conference. The jump from a cellar record of three wins, fifteen losses to ten wins, nine losses Q8-6 in con- ference playj was largely through the efforts of several star players plus the veteran guidance of varsity coach, Mr. Fran Somers. Our second years was helped along by senior key players such as Bob Miller, Keith Culberson, Al May, Jack Nebel, Steve Sinclair, and several other junior players who ,contributed their skills tothe team effort. High hopes were had too, by the Junior-Varsity team. After finishing two undefeated seasons in a row, they stepped in in the hopes of continuing their fine performance. Coached by Mr. Robert Carter, the team attempted to crush their opponents in the fighting-cardinal tradition. Frosh-Soph and freshman sluggers gained much of the experience needed to become proficient bat- inen and improve their skills for the varsity play. 104 Kolari, Craig Cochran, Steve Sinclair, Glenn Gustitus. Tlzirrl Row: Terry Furlong, Coach Somers, Rich Rowing, Jim Baum- gartner, Rich Plessner, Paul Douglas, Bruce Douglas, Jack Kleisner, Al Feldman, jack Dabbert, Rich Hernandez, Coach Carter, Bill Martel, Mike Mohr. For Ulomost Position 7 .WZ HT. A' ,if ' ' 5 - r , Al May, Dick Press, and Lou Grossi ham it up near the dugout while Robert Miller intently attends to the game. Cardinal Batman Swing Nllgntlly Into Sprung lllllif -x ' h 'Imax i f v NE L. ,. . 5. . , pix' 1 , nl r' fi: - A 'Lil . 1:5575 - 'Q FROSH-SOPH BASEBALL 1' wnt R0w2 Steve FiSCl1C1', 101111 Keller, Ken Koster, R011 lmd john Kuykendall Thzrd Row Mr Vena Kevin Koene Doubek, Jim Parrish. Second Row: Jeff Schulze, Jim Bokel 11111111 B111I-Ieffermzm Rmk Euckson Larry Geyer A1Sl'1ger man, Bill Riddering, Fred Halek, Dave Kurrasch, Dave Pol G11-1 Anderson Don Martel 1967 VARSITY BASEBALL Cardinals Opponent 3 ,.......... ...... B arrington .......... .............. 0 0 .... ....... N iles East ......,.......... 3 3 .... ....... G lenbrook South ....... 7 O .... ...... F remd ...................... 1 6 .... ...... C onant .......... l 6 .... .,..... F orest View ..... 8 1 .... ....... A flaine VVest ..... 2 1 .... ....... E lk Grove ....... 2 2 .... ....... F orest View ..... 3 9 .... ...... C onant .......... 3 3 .,.. ....... P alatine .... 3 3 .... ...... Y Vheeliug ...... l Ll ..... ...... P alatine ...... 3 3 ..... ...... P rospect ........ 9 9 .,.. ...... E lk Grove ...... 0 7 ..... ...... X Vheeling ...... 3 1 ..... ...... P rospect ........ 7 2 .... ...... P alatine ........... l 0 ..... ...,.. ll flaine Mfest ,...... 3 1rosh'Soph baseball coach Guy Vena calls a play on Ailiugton Cardinal runner as he dashes to claim his base Linksters Try Making Duffers Of Opponents 1967 VARSITY GOLF CIl'I'Cli?ZIIZS Opponent 170 York .....,,,,,,,, 172 160 Barrington .,,,.,,,,,,.,,,,,,,,,,, 165 175 Waukegan ..,............,....,...,. ,,.,, I 61 9111 Lake Park Invitational ..,..., ,..,,. - 169 Forest View ,...,,,,,.,,,,,.,..,,,,, ,,,., 1 80 362 Mfheeling Invitational . - 176 Maine VVest .................. 167 166 Palatine .......... 174' 164 Conant ..... 179 7th District ..... - 170 Wheeling ..,..,,. 185 171 Elk Grove 209 196 Prospect ....... 158 Pete Hahn and Doug Chaps watch him while senior Steve Coy lines up "the perfect drive" during a golf practice 'gif 4 S VARSITY GOLF Bob O'Brien. Second Row: Gary McCa1lister, justin Yedor Front Row: Wes Van Winkle, Chirs Buttenob, Doug Chaps, Pete Hahn, Steve Coy, A1 Curtis, 106 FROSH-SOPH GOLF Left to Right: John Morrow, Jerry Bashleben, Dan Grey, Andy Kehe. "Clubbing Gppohehtn ls Philosophy Behind The Arlington Golfer Tactics For This Year. Arling-ton's varsity golf team entered the spring sports season trying to better their third place finish in the conference last year. With five boys returning as letterman from last year's team, Coach Tom Walthouse had no doubts that his team would have another good season. The five returning letter- men were Craig Browark, Doug Chaps, Steve Coy, Peter Hahn, and Justin Yeoder. Once again, Colden Acres Country Club in Roselle served as Arlington's home course. Soon after the cold weather and the snows had left the ground, the linksmen were out practicing on the practice tees. They practiced teeing off, drives, antl putting for their first practice round. After these practice rounds, the starting five were chosen. Once they were chosen, they played practice rounds to deter- mine their starting positions. In golf, there are five starters with no substitutes. Coach VValthouse used the Frosh-Soph team as a fundamental building block for the future varsity teams. The boys on the Frosh-Soph team worked very hard in order to improve their golf. They also participated in meets with the varsity squad. Throughout the season, the linksmen played in sev- eral dual meets as well as a few invitational meets. Arlington also hoped to do well in the district meet. l Mfitli great hopes of leaving the school lawn divot-free, Varsity golfer justin Yedor keeps his eye on that ball. 107 -751' In the heat of competition, varsity player Paul Stevens dem- matches and championships for Arlington High Schoo1's ten- onstrates his champion-like form that has Won so many nis squad. With star players and coaches, morale was up. Tennis Players Set "Up" For Winning Season FRQgH,SoPi-1 TENNIS lovics. Second Row: Coach Knilans, Wally Hughes, Stein Ohr- Front Row: Tom Ruprect, Rich Zacharias, Charles Ficher, strorn, Scott McKay, Ken Malcomson, Robert Baer, jim Malt- Dave Ullrich, Joe Frorneta, Doug Kochsteller, George Pav- man, Craig Sjogren, Tim Fitzpatrick. 108 VARSITY TENNIS l . Front Row: Dennis Conrad, Bob Crockett, Don Bieber, Rick Tindall, Ken Jorgensen, Greg Harris. Second Row: Coach I967 VARSITY TENNIS Cawli1ml.s 012110716716 3rd place .,.., .,,... N ew Trier Quadrangulnr .......... - l ....,,...,,.....,.. ,.... I- Iinsdale .................................. ...... 4 2nd place ,,,,,,,,,,,.. Evanston Invitational ....... .. - lst Place ,,,,, .,..,. Ar lington Invitational ....... .. - 5 ...,..,,,,,,,,. ,,..,. F orest View .................. ...... 0 4 ....,,....., ...... lv Iaine West ...... ...... 1 5 ,...,.....,, ...... P alatine ......... ...... 0 5 ............... ..,... C onant .............. ...... 0 lst place ,,,.,,, ,.,... D lstrlct MCCt ...,. .- - 5 ,..,,,....,..... ..... I Vheeling .,............ ...... 0 5 .....,...... ..... E lk Grove ............... ..,... 0 0 ,,,., ,,... N ew Trier West ....... ...... 5 1 ,,,,. ...... E vanston ................. ...... 4 5 ,,.,,,,..,., ..... O ak Park .............. ...... 0 5 ...,............ ..... P rospect ................... ...... 0 lst Place ,,,,,,, ,,.... C onference Meet .,.... .. - Senior Bill Von Boeckmann has won more championships and matches than any other player in Arlington's history. Pitchford, Bill Von Boeckmann, Matt 'Weeg, Bob Gallagher, Bill Stelling, Paul Stevens, Chuck Gibbel. Serving Them Right! With hope and desire to maintain the glorious tradition set by previous teams, Arlington's var- sity netmen entered the 1968 season. Arlington has always been a contender for the state crown. Last year the team was third in the state. The team did much more than this. They joined the new Mid-Suburban Conference. Under the direc- tion of Coach Tom Pitchford, the Cardinals took it, losing only one match out of thirty-five played. The Cards also won the conference' tournament. The frosh-soph team, coached by Mr. Bob Knilans, took conference easily. The lletmen won their district, sending five boys downstate. John Jarecki, played singles while jim Esser, Bill Von Boeckmann, John Brost and Matt Weeg competed in doubles. jim and Bill were runners-up in the Illinois State Doubles Tourna- ment. This year there are five returning lettermen, seniors Bill Von Boeckmann, Matt Weeg, and Bob Gallagherg and juniors, Bill Stelling and Paul Ste- vens. In a rapidly improving Mid-Suburban Confer- ence, these boys had to play their best. The team played many tough non-conference matches. Now the team is looking forward to even greater achieve- ments than those they have already accomplished. 109 Traokmen Excelg Make Tracks To Victory VARSITY TRACK AND FIELD Front Row: John Selgrad, Wilbert Heineman, Doug Judson, Scott Larson, Bruce Ebner, Scott Butler, Rick Pelland, Rich Pelland, Rich Ehlers, Larry Malcolmson, Dave Dieters, Gary McCal1ister, Chuck Schlaufman, Tom Devine. Second Row: Bill Hughes, Tom Howe, Tom Swanson, Bill Aguirre, Bob I-Ioff, Ray Benson, Bob Novaria, Dave Biwer, Doug Daughtry, Vic Soderstrom, Chuck Keating, Mark Warns Dan Ruff, John Last year's track season was a highly successful one for Bruce Samoore's trackmen, as they took a close second behind a strong team from Palatine in the Mid-Suburban Conference. ' The Cards first year of competition in the M.S.L. was highlighted by many outstanding individual performances. Senior Rory Cassidy was the Card's leading run- ner in the mile. Dave Dieters,another senior, who went downstate in Cross Country earlier in the season, was the standout in the half mile and 880 relay. Senior Tom Chandler's performance in the shot put and discus highlighted the weightman's season. Rick Saxton led the Cards in the two mile run, a new event this year. Bob Graham turned in the hurdles and was the top high jumper. A highly promising aspect of the season was the sophomore team's performance. junior Dave Steele went downstate in the hurdles, and the re- lay team of Rick Price, Rick Pelland, Will Heine- man and Rick Ehlers was a threat at every meet. junior Paul Tollefson was a leading contender in the shot. This year's goal is the conference championship. llO Faus. Third Row: Dave Palmatier, Bob Johnson, Mike Dority, Galy Fagerson, Chris Kaucher, Dave Lockwood, Mark Liddel, Paul Tollefson, Jim Uhlrich, Bob Goebbert, Kim Markshau- sen, Rory Cassidy, Tim Shannon, Tom Chandler, Tom White, Rick Saxton, Dave Steele, John Langhout, John Ploetz, Bob Graham, Greg Zachwieja, Tod Somers, Verne Gongol, Dave Marszalek, Lowell Christie, John Callahan, Joe Hooker, Glenn Mitchell, Dave Argust. During a meet, junior Bill Price scores big for Arlingtorfs varsity track team by jumping in the running broad jump. L- V Nz: Y mi FROSH-SOPH TRACK AND FIELD ' Front Row: Brad Prochaska, Jim I-Iilgenfeld, Richard Zach- man, Bob Shartle, joe Camp, john Manos. Second Row: Tom Nickol, Sam Wit, Mike Weiler, Kevin Hayes, Jerome Thinclads Sprint As They Hurdle Heights 1967 VARSITY TRACK AND FIELD Cardinals Opponent 68 ........... ....... W heeling ..... ........... 4 3 Deerfield ....... .... 7 8 Niles East ...... .... 3 9 '78 .... ....... 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Tllircl Row: Jan Barto, Cynthia Barton, .To Ann Baschleben, Nancy Bauer, Nan- cy Baumgartner, Brooks Bauske, Nan- cy Bayert, Thomas Bebber, Donald Becker. Fourth Row: Barb Beckman, Mary Beckman, Carol Bednarz, Diane Behrle, Debra Belzer, Marcia Bensinger, Ola Lorraine Berge, Lawrence Bergeson, Barbara Bialek. Fifth Row: George Bieber, Carolann Bird, Bruce Bittner, Linda Blocki, Dl- ane Blass, Marshall Blum, Robert Blum, Gary Bohling, Gail Bolduc. Sixth Row: Gary Borgerd, Gary Boulos, Debralee Bowland, Mark Boyeti, Rich- ard Brandt, Tom Brantner, David Brask, Chris Braner, Torn Brennan. Seventh Row: Karen Briscoe, James Broadfoot, Janet Broderick, John Brod- nan, Stephen Brogrlon, John Brognl, Roy Brooks, Bonnie Brown, Gail Brown. Eiklltll Row: Julia Ann Brown, Scott Bruhnke, William Bryk, Lynn Buck- ingham, Patricia Bukowski, Paul Bun- nelle, Linnea Burger, Debra Burk, Pen- elope Burke. Ninth Row: Robert Burke, Mary Ju Burkhardt, YVilliam Buschart, Linda Busscher, Randy Buttstadt, Kevin Ca- dle, Lori Cahill, Donnajo Camastro, Vicki Camp. Tenth Row: Kathy Campbell, Bruce Carlson, Steve Carncross, Tom Carroll, Paula Carstens, Ed Carter, Howard Casavant, James Casey, Peter Cassidy. Eleventh Row: James Catanzaro, Greg Chapman, Steve Chase, Eddie Chin, Joan Christensen, Bruce Clark, Can- dace Clark, Michael Clarke, Cheryl Clarkson. Twelfth Row: Karla Clemens, VVil- liam Cochran, Jeanne Combs, Brian Conklin, Susan Conroy, Beth Cook, Janet Cording, Cathy Cornell, Caryn Corts. 'Thirteenth Row: Melvin Cranmer, Di- ane Crowell, Catherinc Crycr, Kath- leen Csepp, Perry Cummings, Cathy Cushing, Lynne Czerney, Cindy Lee Daczewitz, Frank Dal Compo. Fourteenth Row: Nancee Dailey, Mi- chael Dangelo, Debra Dargatz, Greg Dattilo, Russell Doughtry, Cynthia Davis, James Davis, Scott Davis, Nina Gene Davison. ,QV if 4' . ' ff FAA T - -- - 1 .. Class of 1971 4 4. 4.4 E T 4 -i 1 4 if - -V ,V , . - l i '- . - - Vxf- iV -. 5 - Q I 4 4 - .f 4 4 RE? l fa 4 .Al 41 V. J l First Row: Mary Deasey, James Depcw, i ' ' g,,,,,. 'J ' i f ii lg? i 4 'Her' 'l .... ' - Donald Desimone, Nancy Jean Dew- i 'T 1, 'F V, f'VgT',fV A0-ii QV I X' , Y ix all, Will Dewitt, Gerald Dickinson, Ro- - VV 4-,V-2 --?Vf Vf'V f'::-- . .QVBVQ ': " ' ,'-- 3 VV! V7-iff . bert Dickinson, Joan Dickinson, Janette ,, ' V ,V V ' . ' , 5- 'N -- 'J X' . .VVV1'-'ffgli mfj Dieters. My Zu l -' - I L . , ii l . V 'il,hVVV V V l - 'i -- " , , Second Row: Charles Dillon, Diana -.V VSV W Yi 4 , f 'PWS I 3, V. V V V V, , , "' ' V V Dohi-mann, Chai-les Donchess, Mary i ' ' Ziff ', .V l - , ' i.VV 43 ff 1 0 V ,Q U ' -V . V f-,VV Beth Dority, Scott Douglas, .Joella lg'-7 V ,V Q fi 'f ,5? ' 4lLJf Vi, fl, ,J' Doyle, Tim Draut, Jane Draxler, Al ' '- ' ' . , " ' V l. , ' -' fy f Duenn. F ' ' ' 'YJ X' 'r' V -Q? 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' ' ' 'Irs-E-' 't ' 1, mg' 'l ' I, g- ' 'V,1 , f ll 4 Q' K-1'f1lae A -lf,1.s J 1 rl.l-as,4lf?f "' " E "T-J 5ifT'5"TfiE:L "' ' SJW," ' l 55' 'ii H " ' 5' " ' je.-AJ , 11, J .1 1 l i l , ' 1 1 1. , f J r r -1 . 1' ' 1 l . 1- -fu ef -, - I if . -1.1 1 11 ' F, A f -'77 i ' ,ETQZ 1. " : : 1 ' -' ' e 1,. . M 4,1 " ' Q' 'e .Q ,, 1 f q 1 3199 1 e 1 g , JV, V V 'M VV ff, f -1 . 4.315 11' or-zgi1J r ' . f L 4 . l -2 116 Freshmen First: Row: George Hildinger, Gay Hill, Kristen Hillman, John Hilton, William Hinneberg, Pamela Hodges, Sheila Hoffman, Jewel Hoffmann, Su- san Hofmann. Second Row: Susan Hollmeyer, Robyn Holmes, Barbara Holzem, Ronald Hooson, Candy Horcher, Nancy Houri- gan, Kathleen Hruby, Barbara Lynn Huclec, Robert. Huber. Third Row: Kathleen Hurley, Linda Jeanne Huster, James Hutcr, Rene Hutter, Laura Jacobs, Peter Jacobs, Ly- dia Jarocki, Katy Jaskula, Martha Jas- per. Fourth Row: Jeffrey Jaster, Jeffrey Jen- sen, Carol Johansen, Melanie Johnson, Nancy Johnson, Pamela Johnson, Su- san Johnson, Bert Johnston, Barbara Jones. Fifth Row: Taffney Ann Josif, Kent Kalwitz, Susan Kane, Ann Kasen. J. Katz, Jean Kche. Mar-ilyn, Wilma Kel- ler, William Kelly. Sixth Row: William Kemplsty, Greg Kennedy, Bonnie Kenney, Daniel Keough, Linda Kessler, William Kieck, Constance Kindler, Thomas Kincller, Thomas King. Seventh Row: Jeff Kirby, Jean Klvla- han, Wayne Kleiner, Lynnda. Kleiner, Kristin Klimek, Wilma Klfngenmaier, George Knight, Patricia Koch, Kathryn Koclanis. Eighth Row: Charles Koeneke, Brad Koerner. - er, John Koriath, Cynthia Kurt, K. Koster, Paul Kresge, Jean Krieman. Ninth Row: Gregory Krol, Donna Krull, Barbara Krysh, Jerrilyn Kubin, Joyce Kuenstler, Lorne Kuffel, Ruth Kunz, Scott Kunkel, Frances Kushwara. Tenth Row: Eve Lacker, Joe Lalond, Richard Lanzon, Karl Larrison, Joan Larsen, Debra Larson, Marta. Lynn Larson, Susan G. Larson, Susan Lasher. Eleventh Row: Roger Latta, Dorothy Lee, Mary Lelsten, Michael Leverick, Mary Levecke, Donald Lewan, Ronald Lewan, Debbie Leytlig, Kenneth Lidge. Twelfth Row: David Lighthall, Mark Llljegren, James Lincoln, Catherine Linclmark, Zoe Lindquist, Margaret Lindsay, Deborah Lindsay, Mary Linne- weh, Melody Lockwood. Thirteenth Row: Edwin Loeifler, Deb- bie Jo Loeser, Steve Lorch, Steph Loughran, Greg Lude, Peter Ludeking, Kurt Luhrsen, Susan Lusteck, Donna Luther. Fourteenth Row: Denise Mack, Ben Mamnina, Mike Mandela, Kathy Man- ning, Robert Martens, Therese Martin, Victoria Martin, Nancy Marzec, Ken Messa. Class of 1971 First Row: Jon Mayhercy, Steve McAl- lister, John McCabe, Marsha McClellan, Betsy McCollum, Robert McCoy, Ken- neth McCoy, Pamela McCratie, Robert McDonald. S4-cum! Row: Meg McDonald, S. McDon- ald, Ian Craig McGowan, P at rick McGrath, Jeff McGuire, Kyle Louise McKay, Mary McLean, Susan McNeal, Carl McWhorter. Tllh-xl Row: Jeff Meissner, Carolyn Meis- ter, Linda Menseh, Nancy Menz, Stan Mensehing, Fred Mertz, Denise Meuser, Charles Meyer, Pamela Meyer. Fourth Row: Bob Meyers, Arthur Miller, Laura Miller, Susan Miller, Jucli Milner, Dinah Minarik, Kathy Montgomery, Barbara Moore, Kim Moore. lflfih Row: Steve Moore, William Moore, Susan Morgal, Angela Morrison, Steve Mrozinski, C. Scott Mudge, Karen Mun- sen, Steve Mustain, Anton Namovicz. Sixth Row: Frances Natzke, Barbara Ann Neckar, Tracy Neftzger, Barbara Nelson, Marlene Nelson, Fremont Nes- ter, Mary Neumann, Kathleen New- comb, Kristin Newquist. S1-venllh Row: Therese Newsome, Doug- las Newton. Carol Nichols, Kerry Niel- sen, Daniel Niemann Jr., Arnold Nolt- ing, Lee Norton, Elizabeth Novaria, Elisabeth Nowack. Eighth Row: Joan O'B1'ien, E. Martin OBrien, John Ohman, John Oldenburg, Barbara Olsexn, Tom Olsen, Ellen Ol- son, Elizabeth O'Rourke, David Ostrow. Ninth Row: Katherine Owens, Susan Pace, Susan Palmaticr, Diane Palmer, Richard Parkin, Michael Pascale, John Passarelli, Karen Peelca, Roger Pelle- tler. Tenth Row: Janell Petersen, Sallie Piranlc, Julie Phares, Susan Phillis, Ken Pickett, Mark Piepenbrink, Antoi Pietrolonardo, Ann Porter, Margo Pou- los. Eleventh Row: Maili Powell, Martha Preis:-iing, James Press, Debra Preston, Paul Prohaska, .Terry Proebstle, George Purtha, Michael Quirlc, Steve Radcliffe. Twelfth Row: Paul Raed er, Paula Ralph, Phillip Rarlmer, Susan Lynn Ramsey, Cynthia Rapp, Daniel Rapp, Joal-ice Reagle, Jim Redalen, Lind- sey Ann Reese. 'fhirtcvnih Row: Patti Rehm, Susan Reid, Gary Rettberg, David Riccio, Leslie Richardson, Diane Rieder, Bob Roby, Randall Roeing, Kathleen Rog- ers. 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L iw F . , r- ' I f -.f."'3', , lf " ' 1 - 4 I -K-if A' ' 118 Freshmen First Row: Ronald Salee, Connie San- clerbeck. Jean Santelli, Janie Sauceda., Thomas Sayre, Nancy Sichapanslci, D. Scheffel, Laura Schimmel, John Schmidt. Second Row: Henry Schmitz, Claire Schmoyer, Kathryn Schxnoyer, Gary Schneider, Rick Schoell, Linda. Schoen- ke, Michael Schreiber, David Schroeder, Darlene Schubert. Third Row: Richard Schulte, Robert Schwank, Marla Scofield, John Scott, Nancy Scurlrler, Cindy Sebesta, Jeff Selleck, Robert Sesterhenn, Debbie Shafer. Fourth Row: Richard Shaffer, Fred Shalt, Stephanie Shaw, Michael Shea- hen, Karen Shepherd, Susan Shimer, Patricia Shumate, Linda Simon, Har- old Sintov. Fifth Row: Leslie Skarra, Catherine Smith, D. Craig Smith, Deborah A. Smith, Deborah L, Smith, Joan Smith, Patricia Ann Smith, Sheryl Smith, Trinket Smith. Si"th Row: Thomas Snelten, Catherine Snyder, Constance Snyder, Diane So- cha, Cynthia Soderlund, Rodney South- arrl, Kathleen Spelick, Nancy Speth- mann, Michael Splitt. Seventh Row: Ron Stanley, Dean Stans- bury, Bruce Starck, Steve Starr, Daniel Staucler, Jeff Steele. Sally Stegemeyer, Barbara Stein, Janet Stein. Eifxhth Row: Patrice Stein, Wilbert Ste'ner, Charles Stevens, Gary Stevens, Dave Stockdale, Darlene Strait, Lucy Stratos, Gail Stroben, Sally Strong. Ninth Row! Cheryl Stubbs, Tom Surge, Jan Swanson, Linda Swanson, Roger Swanson, Patricia Swim, David Syoen, Jack Taege, Scott Teuber. T1-nlh Row: Pamela Teuchert, Dale Thakc, Barb Theroux, Abbe Thriessen, Lois Thielen, Jeff Thieinan, Karen Thompson, Nadine Thrasher, Cory Tib- bits. Eleventh Row: Julie Tollefson, Char- lene Toml'nson, Susan Tongue, Paula Tooman, Deborah Tortorice, Shelley Townsend, Patricia Towend. Cathy Townsend, Ronald G. Trahan. Twelfth Row: Scott Tremberth, Janet Truelson, Tim Trummer, Cathy Turck- an, Larry Turney, Maryann Uriclc, John Van De Mcrkt, Van DcMerlit, Nancy Vanek. - Thirteenth Row: John Vanveen, Robert Vlcelc, Sandy Vogeler, Lana Volland, Cynthia Wadzita, Thomas Waltel-ing, Linda Yvaldbuesser, Beverly Walker, Dean Walker. Fourteenth Row: Kathy VValsh, John Walsh, Michael Walthouse, Barb Vvan- der, Kathy Ward, L. Wayman, John Weaver, Karen Weber, Patricia Weber. Class of 19 71 ' l W l f r if , n all l . f ' ' "" 'N V s ' . i - . R -2--. . f D- N- , , L ' M . . fir' 1 Fi W ' ' ' Ti'-on 'H 91 First Row: Ron Weber, Mark Weeg, A g l .D . V 11, .. ' ' ,' Steve Wehmann, David Weide, Mary . 'nl gi , , Q ' , mg N t Y M Q jo, Y A. Beth Weller, Ken Wells, Paul Werfel- N E G! -f-if I Q A ,ll A Ki, 'A i'f'm ,,,jrgi 1 -gfyviwilhv lk, ' mann, Larry West, Linda Westphal. .-L ' A ' ' 7+ i w., , -...L ' ' ,gp-T ' , 'ie-.5 1 ,V Y 'ng e 1 i if-V 144. l -Vi. i Second Row: Linda Westwood, Penelope - f 1 I, '- , -..,, 2 T , - -. N E' A Whiston, Tom White, Susan Whittier, '4.- -1 t 2' " ' ' Lg , , ,' '- , I Michael Wharton, Kathy Wickless, Mi- TF' .A ' A ' 'C:- -f , cimei Wiibins, Dorinda. Wilkinson. 4 If A .' 17' . ,,' ,Q,'j 4 H 1 -. -1 ff' - :I A r A lax ME Y.r'xiJi ' .. ' -F 'nl N , ' A N. M A ' L V'-" ' . Third Row: Trevor Will, Robert Wil- A-"f" 1 IU., N., M- gy, Y liams, Bob Wilson, Robert Wilson, Kat- L " ,"' -1- 1 :'f"'vIif . l . lecn Witcher, Robin Witt, Robert , i .. fra' - -5 .L - g' 5 -.- ..- Woohlck, Winiam Woioa, Raymond ir- L, - ,M , , 1 Q 5 it ,i g woss. 9 6 ,Ty ' .5 1, . i I 1, 1 " 4, .vi 'll' - ' '57 ll " ,,.l" ' ll 1 1 V " , - l' -f 1, .-. -" 1 . ii ill' 3 li V l ,.. L ' Fl W " ' , . jig. I iw' 1" tl JA l Y . F if-,eff - fi ,lr 'lf' A . ,,'t Fourth Row: Laura Ann Wray, Wally "L A- e gg "3 ' 1 . E .-fri., ' Q W1-oblewski, Michael Yorke. Jeff Yount, A gtg' '-I i ' - ' i' .- -L - .- ' Don Zacharias, Valerie Zachwiejzi. Lin- E, , ff: ""' ' ,la if I , x F " in 'fag l da Aberie, Lloyd Aim-ight, Esther Barna. if ' fi ' ' , ' I ,-' V .I-gk it " 4 ix l I -. All .TK 'V - K 7 Y ,-in X . . I I' ' l R r - V l l l H. W '21 R fl rfffns l lflfiill Row: David Timm, Leslie Ferry, 6 ,qi , 3 ' -1.1, Y , Linda, Gardner, Cynthia I-Ialclen, Lupe ' , - . , J '. , .,, -ru... .ag Fernandez, Cynthia. Jenkins, Scott Nie- .w i -, ,-" " 'r'.gQ L.-5 U ,ha 'lin' ,r , 'D--1 .A ' :YQ ' l lsen, Janet Peszat, Shirley Pfranlc. ,J I ll-ge I ' , , l k -M., ITU ' -4- , ,Y Fl 1 I t 2. fl, Y .. l, fe' l.. . I A ' 1 Q.:-4.-Lili." I 1 rr. V- . A ,., ,l Ai- - W I v A V "3 fr .lr -1 I T.-l Sixth Row: Carmen Garcia, Mark Wil- .A .fit 3 rf? is cox, David Scott, Tim Dixon. .lf , Y 1 ff -V' , ' if " . l .. hee: .... fr ' Freshmen Begin Tnei r Careers At Arlington Freshman Michelle Haas pins a Christmas Ball corsage on .loan Smith before their first formal dance, "Christmas By Candlelight." 119 Class Of 1971 Plans Their Future AtArling1:on FRESHMAN CLASS BOARD F-font Row: Steph Loughran, Sandy Vogeler, Nancee Dalley, Scott Tremberth, Paula Carstens, Martha Jasper, Liz Novaria, Dean Stansbury, Sue Palmatier, Sue McNeal. Second Row: Nancy Baumgartner, Sue johnson, Julie Brown, Tafney Josif, Eve Lacker, Laurie Schimmel, Penny Whiston, Karen Bris- As soon as the freshmen became accustomed to their strange, new life at Arlington, they quickly began taking a regular part in several school activities. One of their first responsibilities was to elect their class officers and student council representatives. As their class leaders they select- ed Sue johnson, president: Ed Haldeman, vice- presidentg Jan Swanson, secretaryg and Nancee Dalley, treasurer. The newly elected officers im- mediately organized the first meeting of the Fresh- man Class Board. Each homeroom elected a regular and alternate member to the boardg however, all members of the freshman class were encouraged to participate in the meetings. The main ambition of the Freshman Class Board was to build a treasury in anticipation of the prom which their class would be sponsoring their junior year. As their first project they sponsored a bas- ketball concession, However, most of their time was given to planning the "Turn Aboutj' which they sponsored in the spring of '68. They also organized a service project. The freshman class was able to accomplish much this year because of the class cooperation and the spirit of its members. 120 coe, Ellen Fill. Third Row: Joan Dickenson, Ann Porter, Diane Crowell, Pam Teuchert, jeff Selleck, Bill Moore, Tom King, Jan Swanson, Pat Koch, Karen Munsen. Fourth Row: Sue Ferry, Charline Tomlinson, Debbie Leydig, Salley Pfrank, Mike D'Angelo, Tom Harris, Diane Reider, Ed Haldeman, Betsy McCollum, Maili Sue Powell, Rick Schoell. FRESHMAN CLASS BOARD OFFlCERS Sea.tr:d: Nancee Dailey. Standing: Jan Swanson, Sue John- son, Ed I-Ialdernan. Freshmen cheerleaders Patricia Koch, Betsy McCollum, and Cyn Dee Kort lead enthusiastic fans. Fearless Freshmen Fade Into A.I-LS. Ways Y" UP x I Freshman Trinket Smith waits to be issued an admit slip, an important function of the Attendance Office secretary. ogy as 4 Freshman Lupe Hernandez and friend Work diligently as they learn the many techniques taught in Industrial Arts.. 121 ., ,. . 1 X Mk X ' YMFTT , " ' .51 i n , "' ' L, I ,WX ' Xa- V hlkv -1 fx , ,N - X.. X --- --- f X -X X. .f X. 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Nan- Second Row: John Almdale, Carl Anderson, Janice Anderson, Mary Anderson, Thomas Anderson, Tra- cy Andrews, Carla Angeloff, Jo- anne Ankerberg, Theodore Antrim. Third Row: Diane Archibald, David Argust, Richard Armour, Barbara Aschoff, Janet Atkins, Nancy Aud- etlze, Barbara Auge, Michael Auxier, Robert Baer. Fourth Row: Heather Baird, Steven Bakas, James Banie, Dianne Banko, Tom Barrett, Donna Bartels, John Barto, Lindsey Barton, Jerry Bashle- Jen. Fifth Row: Randolph Bauer, Kim Bedle, Thomas Bellito, Paul Bengt- sen, Robert Benisek, Debra Bentz, Laura Bergstrom, William Berg- strom, Gary Bialkowski, Sixth Row: Joanne Bieber, Pamela Blgford, Douglas Bischof, Alison Blackburn, Brent Blomqulst, Chris- tine Blomquist, Patrick Bluhn, Mar- cia Bodenstedt, Jeffrey Bochler. Seventh Row: James Bokelmann, George, Linda Bonn, Kathleen Borgardt, Deborah Boufiard, Mar- jorie Bowen, Linda. Bowler, Bar- bara Boyd, Robert Boyett. Eighth Row: John Boylan, Richard Boyles, Garrett Bratko, Frank Bren- nan, Mary Brennan, Barbara Bress- ler, Richard Brex, Donna Brink, Dave Brockman. Ninth Row: Kevin Broderick, Wil- liam Broderick, Pat Brousseau, Di- ane Brouwer, James Brown, Kath- leen Brown, Larry Brown, Patricia Brown, Debra. Bruner. Tenth Row: Karen Brunke, James Bnblftz, Scott Buckingham, Michael Buechner, Peter Bukowski, Mary Bunnelle, Christine Burch, Wayne Burget, Blake Burkett. Eleventh linw: Jean Burkitt, Nan- cy Burra, Lynne Butler, Scott But- ler, Maureen Callahan, Bill Calla- han, Joseph Camp, Robert Camp- bell, Daniel Cannell. Twelfth Row: Audrey Carlson, Christine Carlson, Sheila Cassidy, Daniel Chalifoux, Tari Chandler, George Chapman, Roger Chapman, Richard Church, Luuwanne Cisewski. Thirteenth Row: Harry C l a r lc, Kristin Clark, Bobette Clarke, Ma- rianne Clausing, Stephen Cleary, Ja- net Cochran, Gail Collins, Thomas Conway, Sharon Cook. 'Fourteenth Row: Steven Cook, Gail Cordiner, Dana Corfman, Martha Corwin, Jody Culberson, John Cur- tin, Kitty Curtin, Glenn Cuzzort, Nancy Dabbert. CIasSoil97O First Row: Gary Dalbke, Janice Dale, Denise Dalton, Deborah Danes, Larry Daube, Wesley David- son, Linda Davis, Patricia Dean, Denise Dearen. Sc-cond Row: James Deasey, Les- ley Dcehring, Richard Delaney, Gail Demczyna, Susan Devault, Michael Dezonna, John Dittman. Sharon Dobbertin, Kathy Dolinajec. 'I'hlrd Row: Ronald Doubek, Eliza.- beth Drake, Danette Draut, Greg- ory Duff, .Tan-ice Dunn, Nancy Dutt, Elyse Early, Kristine Ehlers. Kevin Ellertson. Fourth Row: Treacy Elliott, Donald Ellis, Roger Engebretson, Glenn Engelk'ng, Linda Englander, Nan- cy Epsky, Rick Erickson, John Ewalt, Jonathan Fenlaciki, Chris- tine Ferrario. lfiflh Row: Timothy Fichter, Char- les Fischer, Steven Fisher, Timothy Fitzpatrick, Melinda Flodin, David Foss, Candice Frankovic, Ann Fran- zese. Sixth Row: John Fricburg, Fran- ces Frigo, Thomas Frisbie, Joseph Frometa, Barb Fngatc, Kathleen Gaare, Ruth Gabler, Edwin Gaen- zle, Michaela Gardiner, Dianne Gardner. ' Seve-ntli Row: Jerry Gardner, John Garms, Sherry Gayle, Crisfne Geh- rig, Reinhard Gellert, Bonnie Gen- iilc, Verne Genisio, Bonnie Gentile, Lawrence Geyer, Linda. Gilmore, Ecl- ward Gimbel, Pat Givens. Ei1.:lil1h Row: Laurie Godwin, H. Goodman, David Gran'lt, Gary Grat- zcr, Paula Greeley, Robert Green, Paul Greene, Robert Greenwald, Daniel Grey. Ninth Row: Alan Gronlnnd, Valer- ie Guentner, Colleen Guilfoil, Leslie Gnllett, Marilyn Hacker, M'chael Hadley, Nicholas Hahn, Kathleen Haire, Fred Halek. 'l'c-nth Row: Betsy I-Ialsall, Meredith Hamilton, Peggy Hamilton, Donna Hapke, Judy Harms, Gregory Har- ris, David Hart, Fred Harth, Michael Hartig. Elm-venth Row: Robert Hartung, Christine Haskins, Linda Hauf, Dorothy Hanif, James Haughey, Janis Hauptly, Kevin Hayes, Bill Hayn, Patricia Hayward. 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Fourth Row: Dick Johnson, Carol Jokiel, Bob Kadow, Karen Kalinski, Pat Kane, Linda Kanne, Ellen Kar- gol, Jim Katovich, Jo Kaucher. Fifth Row: Andy Kehe, Germaine Kelhli. John Keller, Rosal'e Keller, Jean Kellogg, Tom Kennedy, Steve Kcnninger, Charles Kenny, Sherrie Khlle. Sixth Row: Joanne Kieca, Debbie Kimball, Lynne King, Bill Kirch- off, Phyllis Kirchner, Karen Kirk- land, Tom Klingner, Terry Kluesing, Mike Knaack. Seventh Row: Bruce Knoll, Kerry Knox, Candy Koehler, Jean Koen- cke, Kevin Koeneman, J-im Koer- ner, Joann Kohn, Gary Komarelc, Sue Kost. Eighth Row: Ken Koster, Connie Kouzrnanoff, Lee Kowalski, Mary Kranz, Michael Kranz. Valerie Krlemau, Robert Kubicck, Cathy Kubin, Dave Kurraseh. Ninth Row: Pam Kurzka, John Kuykendall, Bob Kwiecinski, Sher- ri Ladd, Mike LaDue, Joanne La.- lish, Celeste Landon, Jim Landwehr, Bob Landwehr. Tenth Row: Mary Langerock, Ml- chelle LaNoue, Carol Larsen. Dave Larson, Mark Larson, Bob Lasheff, Sharon Lasswell, Cliff Laufer, Lau- rie Lechelt. Eleventh Row: Marcia Lelster, Torn Lemmons, Debbie Lenhardt, Janet Lense, Carol Lepkowskl, Christine Lerchenfeld, Ron Lewandowski, Vicky Lilleberg, Erick Lindblad. Twelfth Row: Denis Lindsey, Char- les Livingston, Andy Locken, Dave Lockwood, Randy Logsdon, Geoff Lonergan, Margaret Long, Denise Lor.ss, Craig Loughrin. Thirteenth Row: Bob Loughman, Nancy Louis, Tim Love, William Lumpp, William Lussman, Joe Lynch, Mike Lynk, Lee McArthur, Lindsay McCall. Fourteenth Row: Jerry McDougall, Linda McElhose, Tim McGrath, Can- di McGurer, Scott McKay, Guy McMillan, Jackie MCM-illan, Robbie McReynolds, Holly McWhlnney. Class of197O First Row: Chris Mackey, Susan Mader, Joanne Maierhoier, Lycia Main, Ken Malcolmson, Melanie Maloney, Jim Mailman, Kevin Man- ning, John Manos. Second Row: Cathey Marschman, Mimi Marshall, Don Martel, Lincla Martin, Janet Marum, Greg Mat- tix, Debbie Maybee, Bruce Mechling, Kathy Menz. Third Row: Joanne Mensching, Mar- gie Merkel, Michael Metzel, Diane Meuser, Barb Meyer, John Meyer, Mike Mieek, Richard Michalslci, Ken Miksta. Fourth Row: Micaela Miller, Russ Miller, Lin Mitchell, Jack Moeller, Kim Moore, Bob Moore, Craig Mo- ritz, Scott Morken, Fred Morrison. Fifth Row: Jim Morrison, John Morrow, Gene Morse, Leroy Morse, Glenn Moyer, Larry Mueller, Ca- rol Mulholland, Suzanne Murdock, Richard Murphy. Sixth Row: Ken Mustain, Sandy Neahcr, Tim Nagel, -Alice Nagorny, Mary Nall, Laurie Nelson, Sue Nel- son, Ruth Nerlinger, Mike Newlin. Seventh Row: Tom Nickol, Rich Nickol, Scott Nielsen, Tina Niel- sen, Paul Nystrom, Tim Oates, Brad O'Berry, Lorie O'Connor, John Oertle. Eighth Row: Deirdre Often, Stein Ohrstrom, Georgette Olsem, Todd Opela, Anne Owens, Shawn Page, Bill Parnpel, Jim Parish, Sheila. Parker. Ninth Row: Rex Parvin, Brian Pascale, Dave Passarelli, Diana Pas- tirik, Larry Patterson, Marcia Pat- terson, Richard Patti, Georg Pavlo- vics, Pam Peck. Tenth Row: Sue Peeora, Mike Pec- oraro, Bonnie Pedersen, Emery Peek, Barb Petersen, Steve Pct- ersen, Dan Peyton, Wayne Pierre, Linda Filip. Eleventh Row: Mary Piper, Diane Plant, Dave Pollard, John Pollitz, Irene Porowski, Ginny P o w c r s, George Predick, Sue Pretto, Mike Pribilski. Twelfth Row: Brad Prochaska, Louanne Purvine, Gail Quam, Dave Quigley, Judy Radtke, Leslie Raitt, Paula Ramsaier, Sue Ramsey, Hal Rapp. Thirteenth Row: Jerry Rasnak, Chris Ratehek, Donal Rateike, Don- na Rateike, Dick Rausch, Karen Reckert, Paul Reckwerclt, Belinda Reed, Janet Regan. Fourteenth Row: Craig Reider, Deb- orah Reiss, Dan Renz, Sue Rice, Pam Richey, Mike Rieder, Colleen Ringel, John Roach, Brian Robb. L f 10 ,i 1 1 21 . 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I pl, Q1 1 in k ,gh , 126 Sophomores First Row: Bonnie Roberts, Geo- rge Roby, Miles Root, Delores Rop- er, Loretta Rosancki, Richard Ross, William Ross, Betsy Rossi, Barbara Roth. Second Row: Daryl Rowacler, Jean Rudins, W'arren Rudy, Karen Rum- gay, Patricia Running, Thomas Rllprecht, James Rybski, Steven Ryplcema, Paul Saclowski. Third Row: Janet Saflarski, Wendy Sage, Lesley Salas, Gale Sailers, Patricia Sawyer, Suzanne Saxton, Riki Sayre, James Schaefer, Berna- dette Schamne. Kathy Scheuerrnan. Gary Schubert, Wil- Clifford Schultz, Jef- Jill Schwank, Tho- mas Scott, Spring Sedlak. Fourth Row: Jean Scholten, liarn Schubert, frey Schulze, Susan Seelenblndel. Arthur Sergey, Bar- bara Sesterhenn, Diane Shak, Glenn Shannon, Robert Shartle, Pat Shaughnessy, John Shervey. Fifth Row: Mark Seevers, Sixth Row: Kimberly Sheviak, Wil- liam Short, Jeffrey Shumate, Glenn Sieferman, Craig Sjogren, Alan Sleger, Jeffrey Smith, Monique Smith, Patricia Smith. Seventh Row: Patricia Smith, Sha- ron Smith, Jeanne Sorell, Elise Spears, Susan Spethmann, Joy Spies, David Spink, Robert Spoerlein, Wil- liam Sporleder. Diane Staahl, Jean Stains, Rick Stanc- Stansbury, William Stephens, Sue Stern- berg, Juliana Stewart. Eighth Row: Stage, Robert zak, Monica Stark, lvlartha Ninth Row: Alice Stiilgef. James Stipp, Mike Sltirber, Jeffrey Stock- dale, Warren Stout, Robert Streit, W-illiam Strickler, Gary Strock, Dave Stroller. Tenth Row: Shirley Strzelecki, Don- ald Sturupf, Kenneth Suchornski, Susan Sundeen, Sigrid Sundstrom. Thomas Swarcl, Shirley Taillon, Pet- er Tanis, George Tannery. Eleventh Row: Patricia Taylor, Su- san Taylor, Glenn Ternko, Kenneth Templin, Roger Thielen, Paul Thompson, Dale Tibbits, Randall To- bin, John Tolleison. Twelfth Row: Robert Torno, Carol Tortorice, Alan Townsend, Terence Tralna, Joy Tray-is, Herbert Trulove, Mary Tuoml, Claudine Turi, Eliza- beth Turkcan. Thirteenth Row: Lorel Turney, Da- vid Ullrieh, Lou Underwood, Pa- tricia Ungaro, Thomas Ungaro, Lynnda Uselding, Robert Van Bla- tlel, Carol Vanrleveget, Deborah Vaneli. Fourteenth Row: Wesley VanVVin- kle, Debra Vogel, Adrienne Volse, Cathy Vombrack, Stephen Von Eb- ers, Carolyn Wacaser, Donna Wads- worth, Evelyn Wagner, Linda Wag- ner. Class of1971 First Row: Richard Wakely, Nancy Waldbuesscr, Norman VVall, .Tames Wallner, M lchael Walsh, Patricia Walsh, Linda. Walter, Janet Walters, Bonnie Walworth. Sammi Row: Donna, Ward , Douglas Ward, Linda. Ware, Jeifrey Warr, Mary Weaver, Robert Weber, Michael NVeber, Gary Wegner, Jeffrey Wehr- meister. Third Row: Dale Xveidner, Dorothy Weidner, Vince Weidner, Michael Wel- ler, Richard Wells, Lorie Wendorf, Cherie Westetlt, Deborah Whiting, Jane Whitnell. Fmwth Row: Judy Willcox, William Wille, Karen Wilson, Delynn Winkel- man, Marc Winters, Samuel Wit, Wil- liam Witcher, Susan WVojtkiewicz, Kristine Wolter. Fifth Row: James Woodward, Marilyn Wroblewski, Patrick Yorke, Richard Zachman, Barbara Zaker, Robert Za- ker, Patricia. Zalud, Debra Zare, David Zick. Slxtll Row: Elizabeth Zilen, Pamela Zoellick, Eileen Brown, Sherry Gayle, Bonnie Gentile, Thomas Helman, Pat Hogan, John Reitmeyer, Mary Talaber. Seventh Row: Patricia Wayman, Jeanne Zumski. ' , fna L n f:- , ' if ' at , ,J -2 . V - ,.,V ,N ,aw ' X 't Y- V A ' Q' 5" T :r 4, 1 V. LW? 5 4 ,V V .i V - Q M' 5- .V 1 W ' 'i -fa 'J if 4? we K , Vi: 1 1 V ' ' .ggi il , , ,y 1 ' g A-M . - fa-f, .V W-'Tw is W V , are l , 2 , V. 2 ZZZ V, V V i 4,,V , in .- A gg 1 V , H , ' -V A1 'if l 14 45 H NE Eh :Ei fu 9 H Ai "" --In , gin. ' 1 I if in - '- ' " 7 it ill' fi? 'Jil I ,i il iiijii-fx ,l v V lf 0 U -. - Y .M I it ' l , ".f.ll ' 1 'ff' 7 A N771 Qiw?"" W 2' 1:5 -V l 1' ' 'Elf 1 T 'S 'vm r , V , 1 . - .gf il, '- if 'f .. ,. I DF. .. V 1- if, i H ii: A ' " ' , Q n 1- D V , l 5 . lm V ,N W 1- Va l xr Ri f V s. i . T I l -V 'A l F F i A ,o ' A M ' , .LI PM -il m ' 4 T- 4 A li tif .vim ' I ' , l iuriiii A 4' 5 F9 f . , , -, ' 1 . , 1 1 , -3 , If :N ,Vz l i t V A V- 'lilo ,ow Mi' - M 'I .':' ' Q .. l rr- ' 5 ' i eqgfir- 'ifjl J VN Y ' 1-U' W -l"'1s, :,: 7 e xi l 4 1 :V I Y Q 1 A ,l ,. H, 1 1 ' ' . ' ii A l 1V W ., V, l l V wa? it W- '-if Xi-Nt. ig' , IL! 55- V 1 Q 5. N 3 ,A M t , :I 1 " ' E A v ' X if " "1 l ' - l ' -use V . W ' 1 ',., ff ' l l ' 1 we 4 V, V il , 'f - lr., ., N .,. ,J , . , Kg f l f - e - 1, . ,V in A .. b ggw l Q V fy , Y x W 2' ,JV A g t 'i, Q "': i ' :gf rV ' y , ff' 1 ll, 1, ' J X A if' - ju 4 14-f M Ff-'-1'f'f- ' ..JL.44.,g,r.5sg9..t,zsLc:L:L,si.s..e.V .r,, 7-4- L. Lay, rer, las- 4,,r1L1,,e.:. ,.,. .,.' ....1. ..,. Q.cs.,g'.'4...sa:1::Ig...M.f Sophs Succeed Socially And Scholastically Mrs. W'o1ff, attendance office secretary, pauses from her work to answer one of sophomore David Brask's questions. 'r 7.1 I i 1 Expert chess player, Jos Meloen, makes another great move in an attempt to win the game from his opponent. 127 SOPHOMORE CLASS BOARD Front Row: Jeff Schulze, Gail Collins, Irene Porowski, Lisa Turkcan, Peggy Hamilton, Trisha Dean, Janet Atkins, Dave Lockwood, Pam Richey, Candy Frankovic, Linda Mclllhose, Denise Dearen, Brad Prochaska, Janet Lense. Second Row: Margaret Hermes, Sue I-Iruska, Laurie Lechelt, Ruth Nerlin- ger, Monica Stansbury, Janet Walters, Adrienne Voise, Craig Sjogren, Cris Blomquist, Barb Boyd, Jody Culberson, Melanie Maloney, Toni Bunnelle, Dianne Gardner, Carolyn Wacaser, Colleen Guilfoil, Christine Walter. Third Row: Anne Owens, Mimi Marshall, Karen lNilson, Pat Givens, Gail Cordiner, Jenger Hilgenfeld, Robyn I-Ioese, Judy Wilcox, jan Cochran, jan Dunn, Lynne Butler, Marcia Holley, Martha Stephens, Kim Sheviak, Pat Smith, Chris Haskins, Karen I-Iilb. Fourth Row: Patty Zalud, Marianne Clausing, Karen Kirkland, Bill Heffernan, Cathy Vom Brack, Rich Delaney, Scott McKay, John Kuykendall, Pat Shaughnessy, jane lfVhitnell, Pam Big- ford, Carol Lepkowski, Lindsey Barton, Sharon Lasswell, Pat Brown, Laura Bergstrom, Donna YVadsworth. Fifth Row: Joanne Lalish, Jo Kauchy, Sheriy Gayle, Bill Ross, Dave Stroder, Tari Chandler, Karen Rumgay, Marcia Patterson, Sandy Sundstrom, Jim Parish, Mike Weiler, Sue Sundeen, Betsy Rossi, Kathy Gaare, Mike Isaacs, Betsey Anderson, WVendy Hedberg. Sophomores Look Ahead To Their Future , LQ SOPHOMORE CLASS OFFICERS Front Row: Pat Shaughnessy, Colleen Guilfoil. Second Row: Marsha Holley, Jim Parish. 128 In their second year at Arlington the 1970 board consisted of elected representatives, alternates, and members of the Sophomore class who attended more than two meetings. Most of the members of the sophomore class board worked enthusiastically to raise money for the junior-Senior prom next year. The prom will be the major responsibility of the board next year, and the money must be raised this year as sophomores, The sophomore class sponsored a coke dance in the spring rather than the traditional autumn turn- about. The sophomores also received concessions for two football games during the fall. They broke all records for the concessions at the Arlington vs. Wheeling game. The sophs also had a Christmas bake sale, which was very successful. These money making projects were under the direction of Miss Mueller, Mr. Clark, and Mr. Dorn. The sophomores had an extremely successful year. The class of 1970 is ready and prepared to become next year's junior class. Jim Parish led the sopho- more class board. Pat Shaughnessy served as vice- president, Colleen Guilfoil was secretary. Marcia Holley handled the money. She was the treasurer. Enthusiastically executing a V. cheer, sophomore Phyllis Kirchner inspires Cardinal fans to voice their loyalty. Soph Sophisticates Connie Kouzmanoff and Nancy Waldbuesser listen as Bob Shartle expounds upon his impression of this unusual display. Mr. Eitemiller presents Margaret Hermes and her' date Jim Stipp with a bid from the winter dance. Sophomore jim Hilgenfeld concentrates on perfecting his accent while working with practice tapes in Spanish class. 129 is :1f?L.:, ,,' Z if ' " n-far 'W i ,f l ' 73. ll "1 , ,, ig, Q N - , A ' , wi, ' ,., ,S ' A ...!'74-W, ff - I - Q L it 1 1- i M'-22-v'fL'vfe'l,,, , 'Eh' V - I 7,3 1 V 3 Aix, ,, X X W, ' - 1- C ' . F .4 1 ., g J 3' . 1 a , H, f WI, . 4, , J r, 3 l - S. ffl, ' . 51' ' fe ' , 1 , gi - - i ,Eb .s-nfv,f ly , . - v , are 1 Y 1- -W 5: --4 Y .- ' ,Q -: -K f ,i ,EEE , l 1 ' I . re ry V - lf:-,F ' ii 19.595 45 H, wr, iw wr-r exif ., X, J' r 5 Q , , ff , " 1 -Us yn. Y' .. - J , xiii? "': ' 33-,1,ff,3Isq4e.::: "' la' A A' J Qu 1, 130 Q. .4 4 4,4 im-' FL 4 vb X ' 11 - fm I' 'V w F- ..- - s-x J X Q 1 Juniors First Row: Joyce Abel, Judy Adams, Margaret Adams, David Aguirre, Rich Alderson, Cathy Allen, Art Allendorph, Barb Anderson, Gary Anderson. Second Row: Lawrence Andres, Rod An- trim, David Armstrong, Vickie Arndt, Kathie Ballou, Thomas Bart, Wayne Bartholomew, Orchard Battistonl, Don Bauer. Third Row: Noel Bauler, Jim Baum- gartner, Bonnie Sue Becker, Greg Beck- ley, Walter Bednarz, Todd Behrens, Cindy Benoit, Raymond Benson, Cheryl Berggren. Fourth Row: .Till Bernhardy, Stephanie Bialek, Josephine Blanca, Judy Bianca, Don Bieber, Tony Bird, David Blwer, Cheryl Bjornson, Kevin Blackberg. Fifth Row: Bruce Blackwell, June Blakeman, Jacquelyn Bless, Brian Bol- duc, Dennis Bossert, Jan Bourbon, Jef! Brady, .Tudy Brand, Liz Brankovlch. Brantner, Gerald Susan Brice, R0- Broadfoot, Ralph Brock, Jim Brousseau, Marianne Brown. Sixth Row: Sandra Brask, Mark Brauer, bert Bright, Thomas Seventh Row: Bruce Bruscato, Kath- leen Bryk, Richard Buehne, Scott But- ler, Chris Buttenob, Karen Bylskl, John Callahan, Marianne Cameron, Robert Campbell. , Eighth Bow: Lyn Carbone, Gary Carl, Amy Carlson, Thomas Carlson, Sue Carr, Suzanne Carter, Laurie Casavant, Terry Cassidy, Marllne Chln. Dianne Cathy Christopherson, Nancy Chrlstopherson, Richard Clarbour, Jan Clark, Keith Clemmons, Chuck Cofoid. Nlntlr Row: Diane Christian, Christensen, Sue Christensen, Tenth Row: Chary Colburn, Ann Com- er, Dennis Conrad, Gall Conway, Susan Corbett, Linda Corder, Sean Corkell, Ann Cournoyer, Barbara Cox. Eleventh Row: April Cranmer, Connie Crenner, George Creswell, Betsy Cris- well, Bob Crockett, Marianne Cronaucr, Cathy Cronin, Dave Crundhoefer, John Cummings. Twelfth Row: Stephani Cummings, Mau- reen Cunnlngham, Pattlann Cushing, .Tack Dabbert, Daryl Lee Dalton, Janet Damm, George Danker, Patricia Danna, Christine Davis. Thirteenth Row: Craig Davis, Craig Deehring, Pat Dejuillo, Tom Devine, Charles Dickinson, Glenn Dleball, Lin- da Dix, Donna Dolan, Christina Do- mek. Fourteenth llow: Pat Donahue, Linde. Donath, Michael Dority, Gary Drake, Ron Duenn, Greg Duffey, Paul Ebel, Bruce Ebner, Jody Eckles. Class of 1969 First Row: Art Eggert, Richard Eh- lers, Judy Elliott, Kathy Eisner, Kris Engelbretsen, Donna. Englander, Mari- lyn Epsky, Pat Erbach, Mike Erick- son. Second Row: Susan Estrella, Greg Ever- hart, Dave Ewart, Gary Fagerson, Vi- vlan Faitz, John Faus, Al Feldman, .Tere Fellmann, Debbie Ferguson. Third Row: Mike Ferris, Sally Field, Martha Finnegan, Janice Finney, Tom Fitzpatrick, Linda Fluhrer, Ted Folt- man, Barb Fondrie, Moira. Ford. Fourth Row: Richard Ford, Nancy Foreman, Richard Francisco, L l n cl a Frank, Susan Frank, Brad Franzen, Anne Frisbie, Lynn Fruechtenlcht, Ter- rence Furlong. Fifth Row: Tim Furlong, Liz Galloway, Marion Gamenthaler, Julian Garcia, John Garland, Barbara Gatlin, Kathryn Geertz, William Geiser, Wayne Geiser. Sbcth Row: Claudia Gerts, Pam Get- ting, Tim' Gibler, Lynn Gillig, Mary Gillmore, Deborah Glander, Don Glas- er, Rick Glaser, Robert Gleason. Seventh Row: Robert Gleichman, Sandra Glod, Nancy Grabow, Andrea Graczyk, Paulette Graozyk, Sue Grant, Sue Gras- horn, Warren Gray, Thomas Green. Eighth Row: Scott Griffith, William Groh, Fred Grossi, Jan Grossnlckle, Gloria Grunwald, Theodore Guenther, Cindy Guy, Dennis Hacker, Gail Haem- ker.' Ninth Row: Wendy Hagenback, Rick Hahn, Steve Hahn, Terry Haines, Tho- mas Halden, Patricia Halcleman, Robert Halsall, Doug Hammond, Diana Han- sen. Tenth Row: Thomas Harding, Linda Harer, Bruce Harmon, Sheila Harmon, Christine Harper, .Tay Harris, Paul Harth, Sue Hauf, Ginny Hawley. Eleventh Row: Sue Heidt, Dianne Heim- soth, Will Heinemann, Regina Helser, Dennis Hemstreet, Henry Henry, Tho- mas Herbst, Richard Heike, Robert Hetzke. Twelfth Row: Debbie Heyer, Darius Hickling, Marty Hickox, Roxanna Hig- don, Sandra Hilton, Debbie Hoban, Kin Hodges, Robert Hoff, Carl Hofmeister. Thirteenth Row: Mike Hoggay, .Toe Hooker, William Horbowy, Susan Ho- recka, Craig Howard, Mark Howa1'd, Thomas Howe, Pat Hruby, Sue Hub- bard. Fourteenth Row: Penelope Huber, Wil- liam Hughes, Ken Hull, Barry Hun- sicker, Deborah Husted, Bruce Hut- chins, Per Hveem, Greg Inselberger, Nick Isaacs. Juniors First Row: Alan Isaacson, Eva .Tarn- holm, Jan Jaskula, Laura Jenkins, Ro- bert Jensen, Warren Johns, Emmy Lou Johnson, Lynn Johnson, Pam Johnson. Second Row: Robert Johnson, Sue John- son, Jennlfer Jones, Ronald Jones, Ken Jorgensen, Doug Judson, Steve Kamin- ski, Pat Kamp, Sue Kamrath. Third Row: Leni Marie Kastens, Mike Katovich, Tom Keating, James Keilman, Bob Kelly, Sue Kendall, Mike Kephart, Jody Kessner, Larry Kiel. Fourth Row: Lynn Kirchhoff, Jack Kleisner, Harold Klingner, Cindy Kloep- fel, Ron Kloepfel, Lisa Knauf, Mary Knight, Bryce Knorr, Marybeth Koch. Fifth Row: Sue Kock, Karla Koeneke, James Kolari, Patricia Kopesky, Mar- vette Kort, Craig Korte, Gary Korte, Mary Kubin, Laura. Kudsk. Sixth Row: Donna Kuliarich, Al Kuhl, Jeanne Kunkel, Pat Kurtz, John Kush- wara, Dana Lacker, Tracy Ladd, Ken Lake, Allen Lalond. Seventh Row: Anita Langerock, Mike Langhout, Jim Larson, Scott Larson, Andrea Laslo, Steve Latta, Christie Laurin, Dana Laurin, Siri Laurin. Eighth Row: Cathy Lauterburg, Bruce Leckie, Steve Lee, Trudy Lemeln, Charles Levecke, Leslie Lewis, Ernest Lidge, Ray Liken, Pat Lind. Ninth Row: Pam Lindsay, Kevin Lindsey, Linda Lockwood, Leea Lough- ran, Claire Lowell, June Lucas, Sue Luedeking, Cheryl Lusteck, Gordon Luster. Tenth Row: Luke Lyklcen, Thomas Mcafee, McArthur, Jim, Kathy Mc- Bride, Donna McCa1'ter, Michael McClellan, Judy McCormick, Patrick McCoy, Darlene McCratlc. Eleventh Row: Beth McDonald, John McDonald, Maureen McDonald, Dawn McDonnell, John McDonnell, Gary McDougall, Patrick McDougall, Mark McGowan, William McGrath. Twelfth Row: Alistair McKay, Patricia McKay, Karen McReynolds, Kathleen Mcvicker, Frank McWhinney, Terry Mainiero, Elizabeth Maltman, Mary Mandela, Frank Mangan. Thirteenth Row: James Manos, Linda Margel, Karen Markstrom, Terry Marschman, Anita Marshall, Robert Marshall, David Marszalek, Sharon Martin, Steve Marum. Fourteenth Row: Joanne Matschinegg, Kimberly Maun, Janis Maxe, Richard Nickel, Dawn Mayer, James Mayhercy, Dennis Meacham, Peter Metz, K-leth Meyer. Class of 1969 First Row: Mary Jane Meyers, Jean Milburn, Cindy Miller, Linda Miller, Robert Miller, Jean Millhouser, Pamela Miresse, Lee Mirs, Patricia Mirs. Second Row: Michael Mohr, Raymond Molitor, James Moos, Debra Moss, Melinda. Moss, Michael Murdock, Bill Murphy, Kathleen Murphy, Mary Mur- phy. Third Row: Terrell Myer, Marcia Myers, Linda Neal, David Neas, Carol Nelson, Dawn Nelson, Ronald Nelson, Gayle Ness, Mark Neumann. Fourth Row: Linda. N-ielsen, John Niemeyer, Janis Nightingale, Sandra Nisle, John Noerenberg, Charles Nolt- ing, Robert Novaria, Julie Nowack, Irene O'Brien. Fifth Row: Mary O'Brien, Margaret O'Brlen, Marta Oldenburg, Mary Ellen Olson, Karl Olsson, Cheryl Orcutt, Deb- orah Ormsbee, Arlene Palmer, Fred Pampel. Sixth Row: Janice Pauly, Thomas Pautz, Elizabeth Peek, Richard Pel- Iand, Olga Perwz, Joann Perrin, Denise Petersen, Jeff Peterson, Fred Peyton. Seventh Row: Kathleen Phillis, Glenn Pierre, Frederick Plessner, Catherine Ploetz, William Price, Gary Prochaska, Sfteve Proebstle, Richard Przebiecla, Karen Radcliffe. Eighth Row: Don Rahtz, Michael Raitt, Basdaye Ramsaroop, Linda Ramsey, Barbara Razgaitis, Allison Reed, Linda Reeves, Bruce Regione, Linda Reid. Ninth Row: Deborah Reiss, Brian Renz, Glenn Reschke, James Revelle, Linda Revelle, Beth Rickerson, Fred Riemer, Douglas Robb, Lynn Roberts. T:-nth Row: Deborah Robinson, Douglas Robson, Valarie Rodgers, Eileen Roclig, Linda. Rogers, Jennifer Rollefson, Mary Donn Rossi, Janice Rothers, Cathy Rowe. Eleventh Row: Barbara Rowland, Daniel Ruff, Richard Ruth, Ralph Ruth- enberg, Michael Sadecky, Katherine Samson, Paul Santelli, Juan Saucecla, Karen Savich. Twelfth Row: Gary Schaffersman, Men- cla. Schimmel, Christine Schlmpf, Charles Schlaufman, Dean Schmelzer, Joseph Schmidt, David Schoepke, Wayne Schreiner, James Schuetz. Thirteenth Row: James S-chuler, Bar- bara Schultheis, Craig Scofield, Ken- neth Sebesta, Cheryl Sefried, Robin Seller, John Selgrad, Madelun Selgrad, Daniel Selleck. 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J J- nf J, 1 J J .og ' I II If, -I IQ- J .V . :J-, IQ! l J -I ' 44 '.iiI,I ,I I1 I : 133 11 . gs .1 f fi' 1- sfiefnri View Ji- W , W 7 ' ' ' mr: ll it H In s"'ip'Li J i iii .girl s 3 2:15 i' 1 ff , D A' i .. ' is ls, .- . lf ' l f f 55' ' g -'-- 1. 1 h rf' --li .- -.fi ruff ' f fi l Juniors First Row: Scott Slman, Mary Simp- son, Pamela Sims, Gregg Small, Ma- rian Smentek, Gerald Smith, Jeff Smith, Julie Smith, Michelle Slmith. , A - iff Ve" ' :f"w'wi' ,V 5 " :Q 'l I f , 1 ,'i 'i I ' -J " l Second Row: Susan Smith, Georgianne y 'T l Q ' .7 ii l N ' ,. , 3 . .5 3 T' 1 ,Q ,4 , Q 3 ' Smuda, Victor Soderstrom, David Som- ' ,Z s ' 3 3, 44 44 44 .Qi g 4 ., ,J 4 -4 l ers, Todd Somers, Bonnie Sonntag, Mi- A . ,I I " "W-,gf ' ,ff .1 J fr , gs 4 S , , chael Soprano, Melon-ia Southard, Alan , 4 N-, V ,-. .- ef.,-. , . 1 ,lx .W -,,, N pf, , , . 41 Sowka -A fir: V 'gui 'IW ' ' 3 'xv ' Sx x 'V ' iff. ' '- ' -- L , 'f., , , ,. - , il . . - .gf ' 1. . ffl, ' W- .4 . ll' fi' S ' is - igz'-f . 1 . if . - H fl - ' 9 ,A I . A A. !' ,, , it V 7 1 Q' " 4" 'ii ' , 4' , ff Third Row: Mark Spears, Donald '.4 r 5' 3 EQ 15 if 3' l it Q " - " "' ' y , ' 54 ,V Spec-se, Louis Splittorff, Scott Srednicki, . . Q, ,4 4 ,,4.. I ' . J Q .' it Thomas Staadt, Carol Staahl, Randall "H ff, - V 1 " i4 il if " - , ,, ' J. M 54 A Stahl, Kathryn Stains, James Starkey. 'il ,Y ' 5 ' . .:- 4' 44' ,L ,. .V 1 4 " "1 lf. ', -xl ' 5 , .-' 'if A ' ,Nd '1 if , LT' lf' T N A ' , .' - H22 if? " ,f' ' ' " 1- - - 1 --- S --.L . ai - ll . er ,F 4 f e ' 'bei F' ' we it " " '- "f sig ,. ,ine-:ff --ar 'ff '4 " ' lf--+-+ k 4' LL- - '- 4 W ' 7' ,W if is ,,, ' ,Wi ' Fourth Row: David Steele, Laurel ' .7 4 V - 544' l 4 '- 3, A 'f' -2 ii. .51 - -, -. V 'L J j Steele, Thomas Stefanik, Susan Stege- ' 124 'sg' ,--,. 4 :I YY ' i :gf Y U 3 meyer, Bruce Stein, Cheryl Stein, Shir- ' ,, ' ,I " .' , -' ii , , .. - , 1 4. ley Stein, Laurel Steiner, Sue Stein- -' 4 :,w fff' 35 J W' , . if. kamp. ,, f"'d1' , ire- -.-f t. ' M " ' T L1-,V L. 1 f' Aft' 517 ,. ,4 , V 4 Z l , 4 4.-y , l N il I 'r' 1 Z 1... 11 :n - '., 'I ' . F . i , 1 'gl e ll 1 . , W , I F . 'Q' f ,Q 'iiii' ' Ur ,-Q in. l l! g,. Q . H". Fifth Row: William Stell-ing, Paul Stev- ' - 4 I 1, -' ffhi i ' M M l 'Il ,4 x , N " ' -1 '-ff' ens, Thomas Stevens, Gaillynn Stier, . 1 1 ' i i , ' ' f E 3 Walter Strait, Steven Stratton, Kathy ' , 'g' ' Biff ' j. Strobcn, Betty Strock, Patricia Stroth- . A 'i ' 9 - ' ,, 9 . " ' ' ' ' 'T' V I 'i . I . -,, ., , - .. N , if f x . ,M il ef if rf . 1 Fi it -. .lv ' ee f , ' ' - " L - -- 'N ' . ' 1 -5 I ' I 9' ' ?i ,Q i' "Ei Y A W j-1 'TWKT' :'?"1i'- 'T ' , , T Q .X fi . i .,,i ' Y:-it it 1 V W my is K ' 4 Sixth Row: Sue Swanezy, Thomas ' l - QW - ,593 1. 5 1 ii xi 5.5 ' l i -.ur all-, Swanson, Robert Swim, Robert Such- '-, 1 441-' 4 " ' 1,-5 4 ' , xv. ' ' I omski, Cindy Taege, Teddy Genevieve, , ,til W, 4 ' y j 4 J "1 Alexander Suoen, James Thal, Kenneth '- its ', . ,. ,il ' YO lil" Ji gi ' . f' 1. s A' Ee-t.. f K ' - - ' ' - U 'Y ,,, ,li , l if-Q 4 , I xw 5 f - l il jj 4 gr 'N 3, ,,A"i.uilBpgl 1 1 - 4 . if Seventh Raw: Douglas Thieman, Vicki ig 5-w IL, il , . ' ' ,fs H' 'fi' -' ,h 5 ,S ' 17,553 ,H '1 Thiessen, Kurt Thomson, P a IU e la I .. f. ' '. 4 "-.ni " ' ' 4 ' ' Thompson Teresa Tompson, Judy 25:1 " , 4, . ,' Y , .4 ,XF - Y' , ' - , ' , Thybony, ,Richard Tinclall, Paul Tollef- i -" 'f ,. ' , ,.f,, K 4, its.: "' 14' 51- .. , Q 1, son. Pamela Townsend. .i .. ,, . - t . .. ,,, . 4 . 4 4 . Y X .-.f ' 'A 5: ' -M' , ' 4 . ' "X ' ' - K. I I Y' .mai j Fee- - in fer- -: .- .1 - - sg A E V 4 4:-5-V -:4-msg!! FE- - . - ' , . fe 'y 1 " I-, , , Q 'fi I . ' " , ,' ' ,, . ,V A . Eighth Row: Richard Trahan, Judith ,I 3?-17 ' eat-f if '. '5 SD ,, ,, 3 . 'U I A .5 ' ' , FCM! Travis, Mary Tribbey, Doug Stueber, '- ' fy .W ':- Q ' 1' 'Q-' ' ' x f f , ' 7 H Q "" H i " Ray Truelsen, Vicki Truax, Don The- QQ. -Q -. , 9 ' ,i '27 r i' '?' J ' 1 , y lander, Donna Tuomi, James Ulrich. .iii -I A L.,.x . 1 'Xi , J wi- K- N , . '.- , ffl . .' ' - . l 'SX J " sin 'ff It ' ' 1' .ji H' - " KR 1' ' ' lui 'l' 9 X" 'N ' , f . . . . -1 - '-' . J ses... LL: l c-Q. 11. .ee s , At the Homecoming dance, juniors Beth McDonald and Ron Kloepfel discover magical reality in an "Autumn Promise." 134 While digesting their lunch, junior French students digest fourth yezu' literature from their teacher, Mr. Nielsen. fur'--'v' ' - 4. AV- P Y i- W. - - - 1' V , , .. 1. Class of 1969 1 1 'J ' A LUG .-' Q, ' fb, 1 -. . "4.. el? -. 1 1.0 ei Y .if 'T l 1 KNI11 ' -X 'I' N 1 - ,1 , " X ' b A e 1, K. '15--Q - Z, 1 , 11? , , , 1 First Rnw: Jeanne Urlck, Alan Valen- ., V, - 2 25, A " r J fl'im' i s-si ' " , - 1 ' -A 1 'IL l zo, Paula Van Dellefh Donald Vogel, -' , 11, '21 yi ' 11 V' A ss' X 'f Valerie Voise, Kathryn Waara, Deborah 4' 1 I1'lw.':qf1Qi11l11.-I' H-V ' ei " F32 , 5 ,.,, 0 if li ' . Wadsworth, Carolyn Waffle, Armar Walker. Second Row: Scott Walker, Gregory Tj S r Wallner, Thomas Walsh, Donna. Walter, X, "' ' John Warnock, James Watt, William ,X Watt, Gene Wayman, Susan Weber. ' ' iff vig' Third Row: Michael Wedd, Steven Well- hausen, Betty White, Janet White, Thomas White. David Wiegel, Scott Wigren, Richard Wilbins, Lynn Wllke. Fourth Rmv: Michael Williams, Peggy Williamson, Curtis Wilson, Donna Win- ters. Patrlola Wollerman, Rhonda Wood, Dow Woodard, Nancy Wos, Margaret Wright. Filth Row: Celeste Wroblewski, Peggy Wunderle, Deborah Yates, Marcy Yount, Richard Zacharias, Thomas Zaehman, Kim Zajicek, John Zaker, Charles Zehner. L 67 sf Sixth llow: Julie Zlck, Susan Zim- mer, Al Zimmerman, Anne Zonsius, Brad Zook, Susan Zumskl, Alexander Zyzak, Kim Benseman, Mark Kramer. K X I P- - , 75' 1 Seventh Row: Larry Larson, Dawn ' W 'i1'9?"'2 V ' McDonnell, Gwen Patterson, Richard " ' V. U Q 'K ,, ,134 l- Q' Roeing, Jean Timm. 1 ry ' 5 if FW' 1 V. , f" s , Xe. 1 fx, 1 ' ' I , '-.iff 1 1:3 Let ing, a - 2 3'l'fff' :Fil ' - One of the many typical moments in which junior girls and boys spend their precious time before and after school. 9. li 141 . . E 1.1 y -f' . ' ' i H 'f l -I5 do ii' if - :--411 ' - I 11 " L ,- 1 1 ,1 1, 11, 1 , ,WM1 11111.11 V- 1 1 1 1 1: 1, ,111 1 11'1 11-'111:121li1111111i1,,11W111?1111-1,1111v f of 1-111,111.11 111 4 f While discussing the play A Thurber Carnival, Ginny Haw- ley and Mr. Murphy find a humorous idea for its publicity 135 Juniors Work Toward A Successful Prom IUNIOR CLASS BOARD Front Row: Liz Galloway, Given Patterson, Pam Getting, Sue Grashorn, Marybeth Koch, Linda Brown, Carol Nelson, Sue Swanezy, Marilyn Epsky. Second Row: Linda Revelle, Julie Nowack, Cheryl Stein, Carol Staahl, Cathy Allen, Anne Zonsius, Liz Maltman, Lynn Johnson, Sue Carter. Third Row: Kathy Waara, Pat Hruby, Lynn Kirchhoff, Karen McRey- nolds, Ginny Hawley, Connie Crenner, Jeanne Kunkel, Pat i IUNIOR CLASS OFFICERS Left to Right: Jim Baumgartner, Donna Kuharich, Sue john- son, Dan Selleck. 136 Strothers, Betty Schubeck, Kris Engelbretsen. Fourth Row: Jim Baumgartner, john Noerenberg, Ralph Ruthenberg, Todd Somers, Bruce Harmon, Don Vogel, Debbie Ferguson, Gail Haemker, Nancy Grabow, Linda Ramsey. Fifth Row: Pat Cushing, Sandy Hilton, Mariann Brown, Donna Walter, Emmy Lou Johnson, Pam Miresse, Mary jane Meyers, Bill McGrath, Val Voise, Barb Fondrie, Karen Markstrom, Linda Fluhrer, Barb Schultheis. As the juniors entered Arlington this fall they were faced with a major problem: The Junior Prom. President Donna Kuharich was aided by the other junior class board officers which included treasur- er, Jim Baumgartnerg vice-president, Daniel Selleckg and secretary, Sue Johnson to get the plans started. Mr. Hicks, Mrs. Claney, and Mr. Hillman worked as the junior class board sponsors. Committees were organized to secure money for the prom and to make plans for the prom. A coke dance, football concessions, and selling of tickets to the fall talent show provided needed money for the dance. Committees for bids, publicity, theme, and decorations were formed to get the plans made. All of the class board members were working to ful- fill their dreams of a perfect prom. "Ours To Remember" was held at Chevy Chase on the night of June 7. It was followed by the tradi- tional train ride. Not only was the Junior Prom on the minds of the class board members and its officers. The members proudly polished the trophies in the foyer. They also carried out plans for the transferring of the books from the old Memorial Library to the new. Junior Gary Anderson anticipates a pass from No. lflr, Al Feldman. An intent opponent observes the successful play. Junior Sophisticate During an exciting Student Council discussion on school ex- change trips, Cindy Benoit expresses a worthwhile opinion. Juniors Lea Loughran and Cheryl Berggren take time out from building their floats to pose for the photographer. Linda Ramsey chuckles over the corsage she made for Al- len Zyzak to wear to Arlington's annual Turnabout Dance. 137 'ii pug Third Row: Arthur L. Anderson: Freshman Boys' Chorus 15 Baseball 15 Plays 1: Wrestlingy Baseball 25 Key Club5 Intramural Basketball. Hurry M. Anderson: Golf 15 Intramurals 3,4. Mary R. Anderson: Art Club 1,25 Ski Club 1,25 Talent Show 35 G.R.A. 1. lVlllizlm C. Ankerberg: Pep Band 1,2,3,45 Marching Band 1,2,3,45 Concert Band 1,2,3,4. Fourth Row: Dale C. Armstrong: Gymnastics: Football5 Baseballg "A" Club: Spanish Club: Student Council. Melissa, M. Ashworth: Triple "S" 15 Orchesis 2.3. Douglas M. Atkins: Gymnastics 1,2,3,45 "A" Club .3,4. Bonnie A. Barnett: Freshman Girls' Chorus 15 Girls' Glee 25 Senior Choir 3,45 Senior Choir Board 45 Spanish Club 35 President 45 Modern Music Masters 3,45 Operetta. 35 4 Semester Honor Pin. Fifth Row: Kathleen Barry. Susan C. Bursc: Office Guide 25 Transferred as a sophomore from Mundelein High School, Munde- lein, Illinois. Kathleen L. Bauer: Drama 1,25 National Thespian Society 35 Transferred as it freshman. James H. Baycrt. 138 . 1 Seniors First Row: R. Vaughn Abbott. David K. Abt: Class Board 1,2,3,45 Astronomy Club 2,3,45 Key Club 45 Intramurals 3,45 7 Semester Honor Pin. Timl G. Accardo: Astronomy Club5 Music Department. Roberta. M. Agnes: G.R.A. 1,2535 Future Homemakers 1. Second Row: Virginia, D. Alexander: Student Council 1,25 Stage Band 2, Concert Band 1,2,3,45 Marching Band 3,45 Treasurer 25 Spanish Club 25 G.A.A. 25 Girls' Club 1,2,35 Transferred as a junior from Harold L. Richards High School, Oak Lawn, Illinois. Jeanne Allgrier. Judy A. Almdale: G.R.A. 1,25 Future Homemak- ers of Alnerica, 15 Pep Club 45 Talent Show 45 Representative for McCalls fashionboarth 4 Semester Honor Pin. Allan A. Annu.- rel: Football 1,25 Transferred as a Senior from Yuba City High School, Yuba City, California. 'l I Sixth Row: Robert Bebiber: Wrestling 1: Baseball 1.2. Michael J. Bellite: Football 1.2.35 Baseball 2. Michelle J. Bs-lzer: Orchesis 2,3915 G.R.A. 1,2,35 Ski Club 1,2,35 Sociology Club 45 Talent show 253. Philip G. Benzic: Wrestling5 Speech: Basketball: Trans- ferred as a junior from Lakeshore High SCHOOL Sf-OVGHSVIIIS. Mich-igan. o 'z ohn H. Benoit: Football 1,2.3: Tennis 2: Band 1,2,3. gxtilglg. lgyllejnsonz Talent Show 4: G.R.A. 3: Transferred as a junior from Sacred Heart of Mary, Rolling Meadows, Illinois. Jiunes D, Bergstrom: Cross Country 1,2, Mgr. 3,45 Basketball 15 Track 1,2,45 "A" Club 3,45 National Honor Society 3.49 Key Club 4- Cutherlne R. Bieber: Medical Careers Club 3,4. Cl:-355 0161968 First Row: Richard E. Blcrma.: Baseball 2.3: Intramural Basket ball. Tim J. Bischoffcr: Cross Country 1. Briggs B. Blackburn Football 1.2.3,4: Student Trainer 2.3.-4: Basketball mgr. 1: 4 Semester Honor Pin. James R. Blair: Gymnastics: Freshman Boys' Chorus 1 Second Row: Lucy N. Bllss: Coronets 2.3: Captain -it Class Board 1.2,3: French Club 3: Talent Show 3: N.F'.L. Calendar Girl: 4 Semester Honor Pin. Linda J. Blomqulst: Business Club 2: Triple "S" 2: Tutor 34. Alan D. Blass: Track 2: Chemistry Club 2 Cliff J. Boehlcr: Football 3 51 1 4:12 lu L ll I ' 1 l l 1. l V Sixth Ilflw: Dale E. Buhlltz: Mixed Chorus 2: Senior Choir 3.4: Baseball 1.2.43 Bemidji Ball 3: Operetta: Talent Show 4. Nancy J. Buryzoi-: Stage Crew 1.2: Art Club 2.3: Lal-ln Club 2.3: Ski Club 4. Linda J. Burr: Plays 3: Triple "S" 1.2.3,fl: Freshman Girls' Chorus 1: Girls' Glee 2: Senior Choir 3.4: Sociology Club 3.4: Latin Club 1.2.32 4 Semester Honor Pin. Ste-phen D. Busch: Plays 1.2,3.4: National Honor Society 2.3,4: 7 Semester Honor Pin. Seventh Row: .Mary J. Callahan: National Honor Society 3.4: G.R.A. 1.2.3.4-: Tutoring 3.4: Chess Club 1, Office Guide 2: 7 Semester Honor Pin. Joan M. Carlson: Latin Club 1,2.3.4: Vice-president 4: G.R.A. 2.3: Heights staff 4: Home Economics Careers Club 1: 4 Semester Honor Pin. Llndn. C. Carlson: Cardettes 3.4: Heights staff 3.4: Quill and Scroll 4: Talent Show 8: G.R.A. 1.2.33 French Club 2. Richard R. Cnrlsuu: Gymnastics 1,2,3,4: "A" Club 3.4: Student Leader 3.4. x l , W? Third Row: Ralph C. llnssert. Pauline Botha: International Rela- tions Club 4: G.R.A. 4: Student Council 4: Marching Band 4: Pep Band 4: National Honor Society 4: Plays 4: American Field Service 4: T1'ansfei'1'ed as a senior from the Republic of South Africa. Daniel L. Boulns: Gymnastics. Bruce IV. Boyd: Tennis 1.2: 7 Semester Honor Pin. F0urth Row: Christopher J. Brand: Concert Band 1.2.3.4: Orches- tra. 2,3,4: National Honor Society 2,3,4: Chemistry Club 3.4: German Club 2.3: Wrestl'ng mgr. 2: Track 3: 7 Semester Honor Pin. Susan L. Brandt: Pep Club 4: Home Economics Careers Club 3.4. Kathleen ll. Braun: Class Board 2,3,4: German Club 1.2,3.4: Future Teachers of America 3.4: Tutoring 3,4: Pan Language Council 4. Bonnie A. Briscoe: Modern Music Masters: Girls' G-lee 2: Harmonettes 3.4: Spanish Club 2.13,-4: Vice-president 4: Class Board 4: Talent Show 3.4: Pan Language Council 3. Fifth Row: Ellen C. Brugdon: G-.R.A. 1.2.31 Public Relations Officer 4: French Club 1,2,4: Triple "S" 4: Leaders 3. Linda M. Bruscovnk: Triple "S" 1.2,3,4: Art Club 1,2. Carlotta M. Brown: G.R.A. 1,2,3: Latin Club 1,2,3: Concert Band 1,2.3.4: Pep Band 1,2.3,4: German Band 3.4: Modern Music Masters 2.3.4: National Honor Society 3,4: 7 Semester Honor Pin. Cathy J. Bube: Coronets 4: llcirrhts staff 3: Office Guide 2.3: Triple "S" 1,2,3: G.R.A. 1.2: Spanish Club 1.2. VSCYW V H-'EFLV1-:'5""-" H' Hs ' 1' is ,K "fl -! , l v l l, X ne" L I 139 Seniors First Row: Scott A. Curncross: Track 1. Deborah K. Cairns: Triple '4S"5 Freshman Girls' Chorus 15 Girls' Glee 25 Senior Choir 3,45 Charles J. Cushion: Transferred as a junior from St. Viator High School, Arlington Heights, Illinois. Rory D. Cassidy: Cross- Country 1,2,3,45 Co-Captain 45 Track 1,2,3,45 Concert Band 1,2,3,45 President 45 "A" Club 2,3315 Plays 3,4. Second Row: Coral L. Cazcl: German Club 25 Triple "S" 1,2,35 Leaders 45 Art Club 1,2,35 Band 15 G.R.A. 1. James A. Chalifoux: Transferred as a. junior from St. Viator High School, Arlington Heights, Illinois, Thomas Il. Chnndler: Football 1,2,3,45 Captain 45AAll-Conference 45 Track 1,2,3,45 All-Conference 3,45 Homecoming King 45 "A" Club 3,45 Transferred as a junior from Lake High- lands High School, Dallas, Texas. Douglas A. Chaps: Golf 2,3,45 "A" Club 45 Basketball 15 Baseball 15 Concert Band 1,2,3,45 Mm-ch- ing Band 1,2,3,45 Talent Show -15 Opcretta 3,4. Thlrll Row: Marcella. F. Christenlu-rry: Triple "S" 35 Diversified Education Club 45 Secretary 45 Health Careers Club 1. Juno F. Cllristoplxerson: Triple "S" 25 Transferred as a Sophomore from Arnerican Commun-ity High School, Beirut, Lebanon. Slxerwell Clancy: C01'0n9tS 2.3.42 Senior Choir 3.45 Mixed Chorus '25 Operetta 35 French Club 1,25 Triple "S" 1,25 Ski Club 25 7 Semester Honor Pin. Rebecca J. Clark: National Honor Society 15 Drama Club 1,2,35 Talent Show 1,45 French Club 1.2.35 Spanish Club 35 Chess Club Secretary 35 G.A.A. 1,2,3: Debate 2: Transferred as a junior from Bowling Green High School, Bowling Green, Ohio. .,.. H 5 'asf 5. W, .EE l r ff! W l . , il - If .T .. .., , 5 W lr, 5 ,ri wsu Sixth Row: Ken Corrado. Mary E. Corwin: Stage Crew 1,2,3,45 Treasurer 35 G.R.A. 15 National Thespians 2.3.4. Stephen F. Coy: Golf 1,2,3,45 Cross Country 1,22 Homecoming Page: Student Coun- cil 1,25 Key Club5 Senior Advisor 45 Bemidji Ball 1,2,3,1L Keith E. Culberson: Football 1,253,115 Basketball 1,2,3,45 Baseball 1,2,3,f15 Student Council 3,45 Homecoming Courtg "A" Club fl. Seventh Row: Kevin M. Cunningham: Swimming 35 Transferred as a junior from St. Viator High School, Arlington Heights, Il1ino's. Alan S. Curtis: Golf 1,2,3,45 Biology Club 1. Carol L. Cuzzort: Office Guide: Art Club5 Transferred as a junior from Niles Town- ship North High School, Skokie, Illinois. Robert A, Dalbbert: Cross Country 1,2,5 Wrestling 1,2,3,45 Track 1,2. 140 Rl, 1 if .ng l l l Fourth Row: Bonnie L. Clausing: Business Club 25 Health Office Aid 2,35 Triple "S" 15 Diversified Education Club -1. Craig E. Cochran: Basketball 1,2,3,45 Football 1,2,35 Baseball 1,2,3,4-: Student Council 15 Audio Visual 1,25 Transferred as a junior from Lakewood High School, Lakewood, Colorado. Raymond J. Collins: Basketball 1,2,3,45 Football 1,25 Track 15 Kathi A. Conlglio. Fifth Row: Susan L. Conzctt: Latin Club 1,2,35 Plays 3,45 Leaders 3,45 Biology Club 1,25 G.R.A. 15 Riding Club 35 Music Department 1,2,3,45 Martina J. Cook: Stage Crew 253,45 Secretary 35 National Thespians 2,3,45 Debate 1,25 Senior Choir 3,45 Girls' Glee 25 Talent Show 2: National Forensics League 2. lvillium D. Cook: Football 2: Stage Crew 45 Transferred as a Sophomore from Hampton High School, Allison Park, Pennsylvania. Carole A. Cork:-ll: G.R.A. 1,25 Health Careers Club 2,35 Riding Club 2. I. it l 'rj Fourth Row: Paul C. Douglas: Student Council 1,2,3,4: President 4: Football 1,2,l3,1l: Wrestling 1,2,3,4: Baseball 1,2,3: Class Board 2: National Honor Society 3,43 "A" Club 3,al. David A. Drachnmn: lflviizhts Staff BA: National Honor Society 2,3,4: Tennis 1,2: 7 Semester Honor Pin. lvilliam L. Drake: "A" Club 2,aL: Key Club 4: Football 1,2: Wrestling 1,2,3,1l: Baseball 1,2: 7 Semester Honor Pin. Robert C. Ekstrand: Gymnastics 1,2,3,4: Plays 1,3: "A" Club 3,i: Student Leader 3,4. Fifth Row: Mary Lynn Elliott: Music 1,2,3,4: NFL Calendar Girl: Class Board 2,3,4: Talent Show 3,-1: Leaders 3.4: French Club 1.2: Triple "S" 1.2: I-Iomeccmlng Committee 3. Lynnea A. Englcson: Coronets 4: G.R.A. 1.2: Class Board 1. Glen E. Enloe: Football 1: Wrestling 1: Rifle Club 2: Latin Club 3: 7 Semester Honor Pin. Patricia, A. Enright: Cardinal staff 3: Assistant News Editor 4: Student Council 1: Class Board 2: Triple "S" 2,3,41 Leaders 3,41 Office Guide 3.4: Transferred as a Sophomore from Divine Child High School, Dearborn, Michigan. it Q: l"' l.,i' 'n-- l l ,l l . v Class of 1968 First Row: Hans A. Dahllierg: Student Council 4: Senior Choir 4: Ski Club 4: Rifle Club 4: Exchange student from Kiruna, Sweden. Jeffrey A. Damm: Riffle Club 1,2: Wrestling 2.3. Frank E. Daniel: Gymnastics 1,2: Spanish Club 1: Class Board 1,2: Talent Show 2. Nancy J. Durrrutza G.R.A. 3,4: Triple "S" 2,3,4: Sociology Club 4. Second Row: Douglas Danghtry: Football 1,2,3,4: Student Trainer 2.3.45 Plays 3.4: Homecoming Court: Student Council fl: Senior Class Board fi: Senior Class President 4: "A" Club 3,4. Claudio J. Davis: Coronets 3,4: Sociology Club 4: Riding Club 4. Doris L. Dearan: Class Board 4: Latin Club 1,2,3: Sociology Club 4: National Thespian Society 2,3,4: Freshman Girls' Chorus 1: Talent Show 4: Mixed Chorus 2: Senior Choir 3,4. Susan D. DeRosa: Student Council 1: Freshman Girls' Chorus 1: Girls' Glee 2,3: Senior Choir fl: Orchesis 3,4: Talent Show 3,4: Operetta 3. Third Row: Johanna. M. Deux-loo: Student Council 4: G.R.A. 4: Medical Careers Club 4: Riding Club 4: Talent Show 4: National Honor Society fl: Transferred as a senior exchange student from the Netherlands. David WV. Dieters: Cross Country 2,3,4: Captain 4: Track 1,2,3,4: "A" Club 2,3,4: Vice-president 4: Bemidji Ball 2,3,4. Loi-yn Dodge: G.R.A. 1,2,3,4: Board 2,3: Triple "S" 1.2: Freshman Girls' Chorus 1: Mixed Chorus 2: Senior Choir 3: Latin Club 2: French Club 2. Nancy T. Douglas: Cheerleader 1: Coronets Color Guard 2.3: Class Board 1,2,3: Harmonettes 3,4: Triple "S" 1,2,3: Operetta 2,3,4: Talent Show 'Z,3,4: Modern Music Masters 2,3,4. llsssiislll N. Wi 4 l Sixth Row: Barbara, A. Evenscn: Cheerleader 1,2,3,4: Captafn 4: International Relations 4: Student Council 1,2,3,4: Class Board Secretary 4: Youth Week Trustee 3: Homecoming Queen. Cindy A. Ewertz: Student Council 4: Vice-president fl: Sociology Club 4: Treasurer 4: Coronets 2,3,4: Triple "S" 1,2,3,4: Spanish Club 1.2.3,-1: 7 Semester Honor Pin. Thomas W. Faust: Concert Band 1,2,3,4: Orchestra: Modern Music Masters: Marching Band: 4 Semester Honor Pin. Thomas L. Ferguson. Seventh Row: Dominick Fiduiccia. John E. Finch: Cross-Country 1: Track 1: Gymnastics 1,2,3,4: "A" Club 3,4: Senior Leader 3,4. Sharon D. Fischer: Cardettes 1,2,3,4: Coronets 1,23 Class Board 4: German Club 1,21 Talent Show 2,3,4: Triple "S" 4: Pep Club 4: 7 Semester Honor Pln. Jim P. Fitzslmons: Ski Club. 141 Third Row: Charles M. Glhbel: Tenn's 1,2,3,41 Latin Club 1,2: Bemidgi Ball 2,3,43 National Honor Society 43 4 Semester Honor Pin. James W. Gilmore. Robert J. Goebbert: Football 1,2,3,43 Track 1,2,3: Basketball 1,21 Student Council 4: Class Board 4: Band 1,2,3: German Band 2,3: Talent Show 4. Christine L. Graczyk: Triple "S" 1,2,3: G.R.A. 2,3: Spanish Club 2,3,4: Sociology Club 4. Fourth Row: Beclmy J. Graham: Latin Club 1,2,3: G.R.A. 1. Rohr-rt I-I. Graham: Football 1,2,3,'1: Basketball 1,2: Track 1,2,3,4f "A" Club 4: Class Board 3,4: Band 1. Christine M. Greene: Class Board 4: Spanish Club 2,3,4: Activities Co-chairman 4: National Honor Society 23 Homecoming Coronation Committee 3,4: Pan- Language Banquet 2.3,43 Tutoring 2,32 4 Semester Honor Pin. William S. Hacker: Tennis: Rifle Club: Transi'errecl as a sopho- more from VVoodstock Community H-igh School, Woodstock, Illinois. get 142 Seniors First Row: John P. Forsyth: Chess Club 1. Linda. li. Freeman: Cardettes 3,4: Harmonettes 4: Senior Choir 3: Operetta. 1,2,3,-1: Modern Music Masters 2,.3,4: National Thespians 2,3,4: Talent Show 1.2.3.-4: Class Board 2.3. Felicity Frlsbie: Art Club 1,2. Robert VV. Gallagher: Tennis 1,2,3,4: Basketball 1,21 Band 2,3,4: Modern Music Masters 3,43 Talent Show 2,3,4: "A" Club 4: Plays 3,45 Radio Club 1. Second Bow: Elaine Gardner. Patricia. D. Gates: Health Careers Club 1,2: President 2: Spanish Club 3: French Club 33 German Club 4: Stage Crew 3. Sandra J. Gehrke: Orchestra 1,23 Art Club 13 5011001 Sf-Ore 4: Triple "S" 33 Future Teachers 1. Candace P. Gerts: Plays 3,43 Stage Crew Club 2,3,43 Freshman Girls' Chorus 1: Mixed Chorus 2: Senior Choir 3,43 School Store 4: National Thesllians 4: Health Careers Club 1,2,3. q-Q, z . g.. Fifth Row: Peter J. Hahn: Plays 2: Track 1,22 Golf 1,2,3,43 "A" Club. Christa. Hainsching: G.R.A. 4: National Honor Society 4: Student Council 4: Transferred as a senior exchange student from Ardning, Austria. Sally J. Hairc: Triple "S" 1: Stage Crew 1. Barbara, J. Hansen: Triple "S" 2,3,4: G-.R.A. 2,33 Future Teachers of America. 1,2,3,4: Secretary-Treasurer 2: President 4: Spanish Club 2,3,4: Class Board 43 7 Semester Honor Pin. Sixth Row: Junlce E. Harding: G.R.A. 1,2,3: Spanish Club 2,3,4: Triple "S" 1: Office Guide 4. Nancy D. Harris: National Honor Society 3,43 National Thespian Society 3,-1: National Forensics League 2,3,4: Modern Music Masters 2,3,4: Individual Speech Events 2,3,4: Orchesis 3,43 Plays 3,43 7 Semester Honor Pin., Michael J. Hnrth: Transferred as a. junior from St. Viator High School, Arlington Heights, Illinois. Irene K. Huughey: Cheerleader 2.3: Harrnonettes 43 Modern Music Masters 2,3,4: Girls' Glee Presi- dent 3: Orchesis 4: Student Council 3,4: Homecoming Court 4: NFL Calendar Girl 2. Seventh Row: Debbie A. Hawkins: Talent Show 1,2,3,-13 Opcretta 2,3,4: Pan Language Council 23 Triple "S" 1,2: Choraliers 3,41 Senior Choir 3,45 Girls' Glee 2. Pamela. J. Hazard: Pep Club 4. Wvllllam R. Hazen: Senior Choir 3,4: Modern Music Masters 2,3,fli Mixed Chorus 23 Freshman G.irl's Chorus 1: Revelaires 2,3,4Z National Thesplan Society 3,43 Individual Speech Events 1,2,3,4I National Forensics League 2,3,-1. Patricia A. Helsler: Band 1,2,3,-43 Mixed Chorus 3: G.A.A. 1,2,3: Transferred as a junior from Frank B. Kellogg High School, St. Paul, Minnesota. Class of 1968 First Row: Donnn. G. Helm-mvuy: G.A.A. 1.2: Color Guard 2: French Club 13 Responsibility Training Program 3: Transferred as a. senior from Mundelein High School, Mundelein, Illinois. Michael J. Herr: Intramural Basketball 3,45 Transferred as a junior from St. Viator High School, Arlington Heights, Illinois. Sharon L. Hicks: Leaders 3,45 G.R.A. 1,2,3,4: Board 4: French Club 1,2,33 Triple "S" 1,25 Tutoring 25 Riding Club 35 Office Guide 2. Jan Hllgenfeld: NFL. Calendar Girl 2: Class Board 2,3,4: Treasurer 4: Heights Staff 3.4, Spanish Club 2,,4g Talent Show 3,4: Leaders 3,45 4 Semester Honor Ping Transferred as a sophomore from Plner Jr. High School, Sherman, Texas. Second Row: Gary R. Hlll: Radio Jet Prop Hobby Club 1,2,3,4: President 2: Audio-Visual 1,2,3,43 Vice-president 3. Mark A. Hippie: Baseball 1: Band 1.2,3g Pep Band 3. Gall J. Hollinger: Class Board 1,2.3,4g Triple "S" 1,2,3,4g Heights Staff 3,-4: Talent Show 3,43 Mixed Chorus 23 Senior Choir 49 Pep Club Senior Representative 43 Leaders 3,4. Susan L. Holste: Concert Band 2,3,4g Marching Band 2,3,4g Pep Band 2,3,4g German Band 2,l3,4I Orchestra 3,4g Operetta 3,49 G.R..A. 2,3,4p Sociology Club 4: Transferred as a sophomore from Fremd High School, Palatine, Illinois. Fltth Row: Anne Jackson: Coronets 2,3,4: Slenior Choir 3,41 Mixed Chorus 25 Freshman Girls' Chorus 1: Talent Show 4: Triple "SW: Pan-Language Council: 7 Semester Honor Pin. Rldgely J. Jackson: Freshman Girls' Chorus 1: Girls' Glee 2: Office Guide 3: Cardinal Staff 45 Transferred as a junior from Wheaton Academy, VVheaton, Illinois. Arden H. Jacobs: Football 1,2,3g Basketball 1. Linda M. Jnrocklz G.R.A. 1,2,4g Triple "S" 1,2,3g Spanish Club 1,27 Cardinal Staff 3: News Editor 43 Pep Club 2: Transferred from H-lnsdale Central High School, Hinsdale, Illinois. Sixth Row: Guy E. Jessogne: Gymnastics 1,2. Barbara J. Johnson: Pep Band 1,2,3,4g Marching Band 1,2,4g Concert Band 1,2,3,4: District Festival 1,2,3,4g Stage Crew 2,37 State Band Contest 1,2,4. Cynthia A. Johnson: National Honor Society 2,3,4: Homecoming Court 43 Student Council 2,3,-1: Class Board 2,33 National Forensic League 2,3,4g Orchesis 2,3,4g NFL Calendar Girl: Plays 3,4. Deon S. Johnson: Swimming 1,2. Seventh Row: Kathleen J. Johnson. Annette Johnston: Triple "S" 1,2,3g Class Board 3,43 Talent Show 45 French Club 3. Junice A. Jones: Orchesls 3,4: Wardrobe Mistress 4: Talent Show 1,2,3,-1: Triple "S" 1,2,3.4: Operetta 33 Girls' Glee 2.3: Senior Choir 4: Pep Club 4. Putrlclu S. Jones: Nat. Honor Soc. 3, 45 Class Board 3, 4: Treas- urer 3g Cheerleader 25 Yearbook Staff 3: Junior-Senior Prom Chairman 3: Talent Show 4: Transferred as a senior from North Muskegan High School, North Muskegon, Michigan. Third Row: Debbie N. Hoppe. Monica. Hruby: Drama Club 3: Talent Show 3g Plays 3,49 Stage Crew 31 Morning Announcer 4: Student Council 23 Transferred as a. junior from Carmel High School for Gi1'ls, Mundelein, Illinois. Edward L. Huber Jr.: Basketball: Trans- ferred as a junior from Addison Trail High School, Adcl'son, Illinois. Vicki A. Hughes: Stage Crew: G.R.A. 1,2,3,4g Ski Club: Pep Club 43 Powder Puff Football 3,4. Fourth Row Donald Hull keith I Ilurlev Senior Choir 3,41 President 4 Modern Music Masters L Rtvelalrcs 234 Operetta 2 3 4 Talent Show F 3 4 Gymnastics 1 2 Chqrxl L Hustar: G.R.A. 1 2 3 Future Teachers of America 2 3 4 Pep Club 4 Iohn G. Huter: Astronomy Club Chemlstiy Club President Lab Assistant: 7 Semester Honol Pin I, 143 Seniors First Row: I-Iugh H. Jordan: Chess Club: Baseball: Agriculture Club: Transferred from Southport High School, Indianapolis, Indiana. Mark D. Jordan: Swimming: Baseball 3: Golf: Chess Club: Intra- mural Basketball: Phi Beta Rho: Transferred from Southport High School, Indianapolis, Indiana. J. Scott Josif: Modern Music Masters 2,3,4: Concert Band 2,3,4: Key Club 3,4: Marching Band 2,3,4: Swimming 3,4: Operetta. 3: German Band 3,43 Orchestra 2,3,4.' Mark A. Kuhling: Football 1,2: Basketball 1: Baseball 1,2. Second Row: Darrell F. Kasl: Football 3.4: Baseball 1,2,3,4: Basket- ball 1,2,3,4: Band 1,2: Bemidji Ball 3,4: Key Club 3,4: "A" Club 4. Gary J. Knsprzak: Junior Academy Science Fair: Biology Club 2,3611 President '31 Vice-D1'SSidGIlt 4. Chris E. Kauoher: Football 1,2,3,4: Track 1,2,3,4: "A" Club 4. Jack P. Hehe: Class Board 2: Senior Choir 4: Revelaires 4: Talent Show 4. T'T:'.1nPE ff ' A " ' I 1 M , :gm 5 ew if-W Sixth Row: Ken F. Koeneman: Football 1,2,3,4: Wrestling 1,2,3,4: Baseball 1,2,3,4: "A" Club 4: Band 1.2. Barbara A. Koluc: G.R.A. 1,2,3,4: Spanish Club 1,3,4: Future Teachers of Amer'ca 3,4: 7 Semester Honor Pin. Victoria Krantz: G.R.A. 1.25 Health Careers Ciub 1,23 Triple "S" 1: Business Education Club 3: School Store 4. John Kreidich: Aeronautics Club: President: 4 Semester Honor Pin: Transferred as a freshman from Schurz High School, Chicago, Illinois. Seventh Row: Aleda. S. Kresge: Orchestra: Ski Club: Biology Club: Make-Up Crew: Transferred as a junior from Thomas Jefferson High School, Dallas, Texas. Mary R. Kunz: Office Guide 2,33 Cherry Pie Contest Finalist 2. Kim V. Lacker: Stage Crew 1: Plays 4: G.R.A. 3: Home Economics Careers Club 3: Girls' Glee 4..Linda K. Laney: Pan American Student Forum 1.2: Chorus li BUSINESS Club 3: Transferred as a, sophomore from Greenville High School, Green- ville, Texas. 144' ' is U, is i ,, V 'TED Third Row: Kntblyn Keller: G.R.A. 1: Home Economics Careers Club 1,33 Leaders 3,4: Talent Show 3,4: Pep Club 4: Sociology Club 4. Mnrk J. Keller: Radio Club 4. Susan M. Kclter: Riding Club 4: Office Guide 1: Leaders 3,4: Office Guide 4. Gary Kennedy. Fourth Row: James C. Kenny: Football 1,2: Baseball 1,2: Swimming 1: Intramural Basketball 1,2,3,4: "A" Club 4: Transferred as a junior from St. Viator High School, Arlington Heights, Illinois. Peggy A. Kerr: Cardinal Staff 2,3,4: Feature Editor 4: National Honor Society 3,4: Future Teachers of America 1,3: National Forensic League 2,3,4: Quill and Scroll 4: Individual Speech Events 2.3: 7 Semester Honor Pin: Transferred as a junior from Maine South High School, Park Ridge, Illinois. Karen A. Kieca: G.R.A. 2,3,4: Leaders 3,4: Biology Club 1,2,3: Lab Assistant 3: Talent Show 3: Freshman Girls' Chorus. Curl: Kimball: Baseball 1: Cross-Country 2. Fifth Row: Robert P. Kindler: Audio-Visual 1,2,3: Radio Club 1,2, 3,4: President 3: Talent Show 3,4: Plays 2,3,4: Operetta 2,3: Morning Announcer 3,4: Intramural Basketball 4. Janis E. Klnslcy: Fresh- man Girls' Chorus 1: Mixed Chorus 2: Girls' Glee 3: Senior Choir 4: Spanish Club: Triple "S", David L. Kirchner: Student Council 2,3,4:: Key Club 3.4: Football 1,2: Track 1: Bemidji Ball 3,42 7 Se- mester Honor Pin. Mary Klippert: G.R.A. 1: French Club 1: NFL Calendar Girl. I 1, I Qi ' V is... 5 i N 5 in .,.. U we . ,4 . of-153 f " , - I I W?-'V Third Row: Donna G. L:-mar: Triple "S" 1,2,3,43 Freshman Girls' Chorus 13 Mixed Chorus 23 Spanish Club. Gregg D. Lemein: Basket- ball 1,2,3: Football 1.2: Baseball 12 Track 23 Key Club 2,33 Class Board 33 'I Semester Honor Pin. Marc J. Lenhurdt: Football 1,2,3,-J: Track 1,23 Basketball 1, Frank G. Lf-urine: Astronomy Club: Latin Clllb3 National Honor Society. Fourth Row: Ralph T. Lidtre: Basketball 11 Varsity Crew: Basketball 4: Transferred as a senior from Culver Military Academy, Culver, Indiana. Ricllurd A. Lighlhallz Audio-Visual 3,4: Swimming 3,4: 'Talent Show 3,45 Radio Club 3,4: Operetta 3,43 Transferred as a junior from Sun Valley Senior High School, Green Ridge, Chester, Pennsylvania. 'fhcrvszr L. Lincoln: Class Board 43 Triple "S" 1,2,33 G.R,A. 3: Pep Club 43 Stage Crew 2. Myra E. Lindnurrk: Triple "S" 1,2,33 Latin Club 1,2. Fifth Row: Linne A. Linmlstromz Orchesis 2.3.43 Individual Speech Events 23 Mixed Chorus 23 Senior Choir 3,4: Talent Show 2,3,-1: Class Board 3,43 Student Council 13 Sociology Club 4. Cliurlus R. Linscy: Swimming 1,2,3: Biology Club 13 Track 1, John Lister. Candice Luhrscn: Class Board 1,2,3: Student Council 43 Sociology Club 3,413 President 4: Latin Club 1,21 Leaders 3,4. fig fi " I 'Ml lit, 3 1. " ...Cosa Class of 1968 First Row: B. John Lnnghoulg: Gymnastics 1.2: Cardinal Staff 33 Track 2,3,43 Slide Rule Club: Astronomy Club: Spanish Club 2. James W. Larabee: Chemistry Club 4: Vice-president 4: Transferred from Springfield High School, Springfield, Illinois. Geraldine F. Latr- sen: Art Club: Ski Club: Riding Club: Vice-president: G.R.A.3 Stage Crew. G. Stephen Larsen: Class Board 43 Student Council 33 Co-editor of Phoenix 3: Art Club 33 Youth Council on Human Relations President 33 Transferred as a senior from Lakewood High School, Lakewood, Ohio. Second Row: Susan K. Larsion: French Club: Stage Crew: Pep Club: Ski Club. Anita J. Lu.u'lis: Class Board 4: Triple "S" 1,2,3: Cawdimrl Staff 43 Talent Show 33 Office Guide 13 G.R.A. 13 Spanish Club 33 Ski Club 2,3,4. Km-en A. Lehhin: French Club 31 Art Club 33 Class Board 43 Talent Show 4: Triple "S" 33 Transferred as a sophomore from George Wasliington High School, San Francisco, California. Randolph J. Lee: Cross Country 1,2,33 Basketball 1,23 Baseball 1,2. ii sax .. .. 3 KE' it W ., Il I Aw' I9 l Sl .3 ,X , I 1 ay- ..: .I I .Q fm"- 3- A3 X Sixth Row: Scott C. Luther: Baseball 13 Biology Club 1: Intramural Basketball: Bemidji Ball. Gary McCulllster: Football 1,2,3,4: Base- ball 1,23 Track 3,4: "A" Club 2,3,43 Secretary-Treasurer 4: Bemidji Ball 2,3,43 Student Council 4. Linda. Mollougall: Triple "S" 1,2,3: Ski Club: Business Education Clubg Home Economics Careers Club 1. Diwid McGul'fey: Football 1,2,3,4: Basketball 1,2,3,fl: Track 1,2,33 Secretary 3,4: Hall Monitor 2,3,43 7 Semester Honor Pin. Seventh Row: Gothic-en A. McNan1m-n.. Kenneth F. lllnclmcck: Class Board President 13 Student Council 11 French Club 1,2,33 Chess Club 13 Intramural Basketball: Bemidji Ball. Judy M. Mundo- llni: Heights Staff 33 Copy Editor 4: Latin Club 1,2,3,4: Secretary 3,43 Quill and Scroll 43 G.R,A. 1,2,33 Triple "S" 1,2,33 7 Semester Honor Pin. A. Brian Mu-rcussen: Cross Country 1,23 Truck 2. 145 ew i Emi i T ' A Wg ' ii nw Fourth Row: Glen A. Miller: Rifle Club: Pep Band: Chemistry Club: Transferred as a senior from Lafalate High School, Madison, Wisconsin. Gloria A. Miller: Office Guide: Business Education Club. Robert F, Miller: Football 1,2,3,4Q Swimming 2,31 Baseball 1,2,3,fl: "A" Club 3,43 President 4: Transferred as a sophomore from Wm. Frernd High School, Palatine, Illinois. James VV. Milne: Concert Band l,2.3,4g Band Librarian 3: Key Club 3,43 Orchestra 2,3,4: Tennis 1,2,3,4: Modern Music Masters 2,3,4: Plays 3,4: 4. Semester Honor Pin. Fifth Row: Glenn W. Mitchell: Individual Speech Events 2,3,43 National Forensics League 3,43 President 43 Track Mgr. 1,2,3,4: Cross Country Mgr. 23 Heights Staff 43 Plays 43 Bemidji Ball 3,4: Transferred as a. freshman from Robinson Junior High School, Witchita, Kansas. Susan A. Mitchell: Sociology Club 3,4: Fresh- man Girls' Chorus 1: Girls' Glee 23 Senior Choir 3,4. Brian G. Molitor: Concert Band 1,2. Beverly J. Mueller. 146 Seniors 4 First Row: Brian F. Marinello: Football 1,2,3: Wrestling 1,2,3: Track 1,22 Freshman Boys' Chorus 1: Mixed Chorus 2: State Music Contest 2. Pcggy D. Marks: Art Club 1,2,3,4: French Club 1,2,3,1l: President 4: Coronets 3.4: Modern Music Masters 2,3,4: Senior Choir 3,4: Triple "S" 1,2,3,4: 7 Semester Honor Pin. Wiilbert WV. Muriel: , Baseball Mgr. 2,3,4: Track 1. K. Allan May: Football 1,2,3,4: Bas- ketball Mgr. 1,2,3,43 Baseball 2,3,4: "A" Club 3,4. A Second Row: Sandro. A. Meinlmrclt: Debate 2,.3,43 National Honor Society 2,3913 National Forensics League: NFL Calendar Chairman 4: Astronomy Club 1,2,3,4: Heights Staff 2: Chemistry Club 3: French Club 1.2. Johannes D. Meloen: Chess Club 4: Chemistry Club 4: Student Counc'1 43 National Honor Society 43 Exchange student from Haarlem, Netherlands. Barb Memll: French Club 1,23 Class Board 4: Tr-iple "S" 2.3,4: Future Teachers of America 4: Senior Choir: Sociology Club 3,43 Secretary: 7 Semester Honor Pin. Sztntlrn. E. Monsch: G.R.A, 1,21 Triple "S" 1,2,33 French Club 1,23 Sociology Club 4: 4 Semester Honor Pin. Third Row: Kenneth D. Meyer: National Honor Society 3,4: "A" Club 3,43 Pan Language Council 2,35 Football Mgr. 1.2,3: Illinois State Latin Contest '.Z,3: Latin Club 1,2,3: Bemidji Ball 2,3: 7 Su- mester Honor Pin. Marilyn Meyer: G.R.A. 2,3.4: Class Representative 43 French Club 3: Leaders 3.4. Penny ll. Meyers: Class Board 1,2,3,43 Heights Staff 3,4: Quill and Scroll fl: Coronets 3,4: Talent Show 3,43 Latin Club 1,23 4 Semester Honor Pin. Roberta D. Miesse: Orchesis 3,4: President 4: Class Board 1,2,3,4: Student Council 1,22 Music Department 1,2,3,4: Choi-aliers Al: Talent Show 1,2,3,4: senior choir 3,4. ...c ,. .., i i i i 3 ,-,. tw Sixth Row: Bruce IV. Mueller: Football Mgr. 2. Janet: Y. Mull- hollund: Water Ballet: Student Congress: Variety Shows: Dr8.m21liCS Club: National Junior Honor Society 1: Transferred as a senior from E. W. Seaholm High School, Birmingham, Michigan. Marilyn G. Mullncr: Office guide: Spanish Club. Lindo. J. Murphy: Distributive Education Club el: President 4. i Seventh Row: Ln,wrcnce E. Nngorny: Football 1: Latin Club 2. Frnnk J. Nastal: Gymnastics 1,2. Kenneth J. Natzkc: Debate 1: Bemidji Ball 2: Marching Band 1,22 Concert Band: Pep Band 1.2. Jack ll. Nauvrot: Concert Band 1.2,3,4: German Band 2,3,4: Pep Band 1,2,3,1l: Talent Show 43 7 Semester Honor Pin. Class of1968 First Row: .luck S. Ni-bel: Baseball 1,2,3,4: Basketball 1: Football 1,23 Cu-rdinnl Staff. .Ii-in-c A. Nelson: Cardettes, Coronets3 4 Semester Honor P'n. Retransferred as a junior from the Lady Eleanor Holles School, Sunbury-on-Thames, Middlesex, England. Kenneth E. New- quisi.: Tennis 1,2,3,fl3 "A" Club 3.4: Key Club 3,43 Modern Music Masters 2,3,-I3 Plays 3,43 Concert Band 1,2,3,43 Orchestra 1,2,3,43 German Band 2,3.4. Susan K. Niemezyk: Modern Music Masters 2,3,43 Vocal Music Librarian 1,2,3.4: Class Board -13 Music Depart- ment 1,2.3,43 Choir Board 43 Operetta 3: Spanish Club 1,21 Pep Club 4. Second Row: Nancy J, Nitch: G.R.A. 2.3.43 Spanish Club 'Treasurer 43 Health Careers Club Vice-president 33 Sociology Club 4: Triple "S" 4.3 4 Semester Honor Pin. Lyndu Norris: Harmonettes 3,43 Class Board 2,3,4: Coronets 2,3,fl3 Color Guard 4: All-State Chorus 43 Operetta 1,2,3,fl3 Talent Show 2,3,43 National Honor Society 2,3,4. Cliristoulier I'. Nystrom. Alun E. Oates: Wrestling: Tennis: Intra- mural Basketball. Third Row: Robert L. 0'Brien: Golf 1,2,3,4: Retransferred as a senior from Hoover High School, Glendale, Californ'a. M. Dynnc 0'Bricn: MiXed Chorus 23 G.R.A. 2,31 Transferred as a sophomore from Sacred Heart of Mary High School, Rolling Meadows, Illinois. Susan M. 0'Iior: Art Club 1,2,3,Al: President 23 Orchesis 4: German Club 1,2,33 Triple "S" 1: Ski Club 2. Martha. J. Oestmnnnz Freshman Girls' Chorus: Mixed Chorus 23 Senior Choir 3,43 E-tudent Council 2,3,L1: Class Board 1,3,1.l3 Vice-president 13 Talent Show 3,43 Al Semester Honor Pin. Sixth Row: Deborah E. l.'at'anelln.: Riding Club 3,43 French Club 2,33 G.R.A, 3,43 Talent Show 43 Freshman Girls' Chorus 13 Sociology Club 43 Transferred as a sophomore from Milwaukee Lutheran Hgh School, Milwaukee, Wisconsin. Tlmnms Ra-y Pc-ale: Football 1,2,3,43 National Honor Society 3,43 Class Board 4. Michael V. Peck: Football 1,2,3: Vsfrestllng 1,23 Track 13 Swimming 43 Sociology Club: Class Board 3: "A" Club: Cardinal Staff: Transferred as a junior from North Farmington High School, Farmington, Michigan. Judith L. Peterson: Plays 13 Freshman Choir 11 Silhouette Drill Team 2,33 Pep Club 2: Junior Choir 33 Library Aide 113 Trans- ferred as a Senior from Ygnacio Valley High School, Walnut Creek, California. Seventh Row: Robert L. Pfrunk: Swimming 4: Football 1,21 Base- ball 13 Biology Club 13 President: Intramural Basketball 1.2,43 Transferred as a junior from Southport High School, Indianapolis, Indiana, Linda L. Phillis: Trivlc "S"7 Fl'G1lCl1 Club? Stage Crew: Home Economics Careers Club. Juanes C. Philo: Swimming 1,23 Football 1,2. Jnnms D. Pickett: Tennis 2,3,4: Football 23 Baseball 12 Intramural Basketball 2,3319 Bemidji Ball 43 7 Semester Honor Pin. ,im 457 SWK . . L ll, . , I E l ll 1 l, , F . bg . I l ., Q 3 ,,.,,-. ,.... -,.. 1-ns. , . 3: ' -' Ll--1' th i s - I' 'iw ll ',,..,f, fl ,JJ I . Y ' AT' 3 wil! 'Nil "ilPl"n"- W -V , ll . f A l ly Q A , 'll ll ' r V ll . ' wi Eoin! Z ku ' . If I ,VA J . K n ,E Fourth Row: Ellen C. Olsen: Pan Language Council 33 G.R.A. 13 Russian Club 1,2,3I Secretary 33 Stage Crew 1: Talent Show 4. Mary Barb Olson: Heitrhts Staff 2.3: Orchesis 3,41 Triple "S" 2: Talent Show 33 Pep Club 11 Quill and Scroll 3,43 Transferred as a freshman from Guilford High School, Rockford, Illinois. Gail A. O'Neal: G.A.A. 1: Tutoring -13 7 Semester Honor Pin: Transferred as a sophomore from West Leyden High School, Northlake, Illi- nois. June L. Ostrow: Talent Show: Girls' Glee 23 Senior Choir 3,43 French Club. Fifth Row: Cora J. Pil-Ko: Cheerleader 1,3,43 Coronets 23 Leaders 3,43 Homecoming Committee 1,3,4f Triple "S" 1,33 Pep Club -13 G.R.A. 13 French Club 2. David A. Palnmticr: Modern Music Masters 2,3,43 National Forensics League 2,3,1lg National Honor Society 2,3,43 Gymnastics 1,23 Track mgr. 3,43 Student Council 2: Revelaires 2,3I Choraliers 4. .Innms D. Pamp: Cross Country 1,23 Track 1,2Q Indoor Track 1,23 Swimming l'llgI'. 3,43 Stage Crew 43 Russian Club 13 Hall Monitor 4: Transferred as a junior from Lincoln High School, Denver, Colorado, Richard J. Pastor: Radio Club 13 Tennis 13 Cardinal Staff 43 Heights Sltaff 4. il. '., 2 if 3 er l 5 - ,Y l y' l 3 lffr uii 'six ,.-4. -. . 'ai-vi . fl.-,l.3u. mf' , ,,,.. , , . , , f ' -iiitgi, l .L , . 4 . 3 15" 1. ,Bl 251, ' 2' 'SS l V l X X 3 Ag li air!-l U' . 147 .la . ,Jil i . V 4:4- 1 N' QUT? Third Row: Louis Press. Gary J, Price: National Honor Society 3.4: Football 1,2,i3: Basketball 1,2,3: 'Baseball 1,2. Michael H. Proohstle: Football 1.2: Baseball 1: Bemidji Ball 2,3,4: Intramural Basketball 3.4: National Honor Society fl: 4 Semester Honor Pin. John M. Plaik: Distributive Education Club. Fourth Row: Michael J. Pugslcy: Football: Wrestling: "A" Club: Spanish Club. Kim Quarkonbush. Tom A. Qnid: Chess Club: Trans- ferred as a sophomore from St. Viator High School, Arlington Heights, Illinois. Robert C. Rawls: Spanish Club 1: Class Board 1. Fifth Row: Susan U. Raymond: Home Economics Careers Club 1,2,3: Secretary 2: Vice-president 3. Laura P. Reed: Audio-Visual: Drama Club: Spanish Club: Float Committee Chairman. Kelley D. Reid: Football 1,2,3: Wrestling 1,2,3,4: Co-captain 4: Tennis 1.2: Student Council 1,2,3,4: Youth Week Plan Commission 3: Chorus 1,25 Class Board 4. Greg VV. Ren-z: Debate 1,2,3,4: Individual Speech Events 1,2,3: Basketball 3: Math Club 1,22 Latin Club 4: Intramurals 1,2,3: Transferred as a senior from Bis1iop's Latin School, Pitts- burgh, Pennsylvania. 5 I 11' 'it ya I U1 L 'f if E, . .5.,.j'a.f M Ls 'Vg i V I my ig. , 5. Gif? "V, if l L .w V . . R lst:-U .51 H , : s. g -Epi i i 148 ii .gi Seniors First Row: 'William D. Pickort: 'l'1'ansferrec1 as a senior from St. Viator High School, Arlington Heights, Illinois. lima.-Clio Marin Pierce: G.R.A. 2: Girls' Glee 2,3: Rid-ing Club 3: Senior Choir Al: Transferred as a sophomore from South Miami High School, South Miami, Florida. Susan L. Pic-rro: Concert Band 1,2,3.fl: Pep Band 2,3,4: Modern Music Masters 2,3,f1: Operetta. 3.4: State Music Contest 3,ft: Future Teachers of America. 2,3.-l: French Club fl: fl Semrster Honor Pin. Knri-n I. Plntt: Triple "S" 1.2.35 Ski Club 1,2: Girls' Giec 2,3,4l: Freshman Girls' Chorus 1. Second Row: Kathy -I. Plf-ssm-r: Coronets 2.3.f1: Captain 4: G.R.A. 1.2. Anno M. Purowslci: Sociology Club: French Club: Triple "S"1 Future Teachers of America: 7 Semester Honor Pin: Transferred as a junior from Wheaton Central High School, Viiheaton, Illinois. John Porter. Kathleen C. Prcntiss: 'lalent Show 2,3,4: Orchcsis 3,45 Vice-president 4: Sociology Club 4: Latin Club 1: Class Board 'l: G.R.A. 1: Spanish Club 3. .TET I, x " - 'ii ' al' 'fi if gi, W . . 1 .2 3 i ms? 4. .fn- rf 1 Sixth Row: Sara. -I. Reynolds: Ski Club: I-"resident: Spanish Club: Art Club: Class Board: Triple "S": Stage Crew. Patricia A. Reznerg Coronets 2,3-pi: Carclcttes 2: Color Guard 4: Girls' Glee 2: Senior Choir 3: Triple "S" 1: 4 Semester Honor Pin. Kzu-on R. Richard: Debate 1,2,3,el: National Forensics League 1,2,3,4: Morn- ing Announcer 4: Modern Music Masters 2,3,4i: Senior Choir 3.4: Girls' Glee 2: Freshman Girls' Chorus 13 7 Semester Honor Pin. Edward E. Richardson: Mixed Chorus 2: Senior Choir 3,4. Seventh Row: Mark Richter. Sue E. Robertson: Stage Crew 1.2.32 Triple "S" 1,23 Health Careers Club 2. Virginia C. Rodgers: Class Board 1,23 Individual Speech Events 1,25 Latin Club 1,23 4 Semester Honor Pin. Jackie Ii. Rollfc-son: Home Economics Career Club 1. Class 0161968 First Row: Robert: A. Rosholt: Cnrdlnul Staff 3: Astronomy Club 4: Transferred as :1 sophomore from Highland Jr. High School, St. Paul, Minnesota, Kristine M. Rue: Art Club: Stage Crew: Plays 4: Pep Club: Transferred as zz senior from Whitefish Bay High School, Whitefish Bay, Wisconsin. Barham C. Rumatz: Freshman Girls' Chorus 1: G.R,A. 2: French Club 1,2: Cardinal Staff 3: Assistant Feature Editor 4: Quill and Scroll 4: 4 Semester Honor Pin. Dennis A. Sadlicki: Wresll'ng 2: Tennis 2.3.45 Individual Speech Events 4: Transferred as a sophomore from Scnn High School, Chicago, Illi- nous Second Row: Raylnond E. Safarik: Radio .Tet Prop Hobby Club 1,2,4: Stage Crew 1,2,3,fi: Audio-Visual 1.2.4. John St. Germaine: Astronomy Club 2,3,4: Bemidji Ball 2,3,fl: Concert Band 1,2,3,4: German Club 1,2,f1: .T.E.T.Sl. President 4: National Thespians 3,-1: Tennis 1: Student Councl Parliamentarian 4. Vvilliam S. St. Jolm: Gymnastics 1,2: Talent Show 2,-4: French Club 1: Stage Crew: Ski Club 3. Philip V. Sanborn: Orchestra BA: Oneretta. 3: Transferred a senior fron1'Taft High School, Chicago, Illinois. 26 i , , Il .ll ' ' 'ill :V l ,I ,fry ,, l . . Ffh' -j.l, n ' Sixth Row: Susan R. Seaman: Triple "S" 1,2: 4 Semester Honor Pin. Sharon A. Sci-gvrs: German Club 1. Wlllia-in R. Sherman Cardinal Staff 4. Nancy Short. Seventh Row: John XV. Schultz III: Football 1,2,3,-1: Gymnastics 1,25 Baseball 2,3: National Scholastic Art Award: Track 1,2. Sandie L. Simmons: Cheerleader: Tr-iple "S1": G.R.A.: Leaders. Stephen G. Sinclair: Key Club 2,3,el: Vice-president 4: National Honor So- ciety 3,-1: President 4: Student Council 251: Class Board 2,-1: Presi- dent 2: Baseball 1,2,3,4: 7 Semester Honor Pin. Raymond N. Smith: Football 1,2,3.f1: Wrestling 1.2,3.4: Tennis 1,2: First Place at State Industrial Arts Exhibit: "A" Club 4. s Third Row: Richard E. Saxton: Cross Country BA: Track 3,41 UA" Club 3,4: 7 Semester Honor Pin. John W. S4-haad: Chemistry Club: Biology Club: Wrestling: Track mgr: Aeronautics Club. Gregory XV, Sclii-ck: Gymnastics 1,2: Baseball 1: Intramurals 2:13. Kris E. Schimmcl: Student Council 1: Acapella Choir 2: Talent Show 3,4: Class Board 4: Pep Club 4: Triple "S" +12 Soriology Club fi: Transferred as a sophomore from Blair High School, Pasadena, California. Fourth Row: John P. Schmitz: Sociology Club 4: Class Board -i: Vvrcstling 1: Student Council 1: Tmnsfcrrecl as a sen-ior from St. Viator High School, Arlington I-Ie'ghts, Illinois. Mir-lmcl P. Schoepkv: Radio 1: Baseball 2: Swim1:r1'ng: J'.E.T.S. 11. David J. Schott: Wrestling 3,43 Football 1: Intramural Basketball LZ: Spanish Club l3: Stage Crew: Ski Club 2: Rifle Club 2. Jan A. Surimk: Stage Crew 1: Corcnzis 2,3: Color Guard 11. Fifth Row: Janice Schuctt. Pal' Schuetz. Craie A. Schulze: Gymnas- ti:s 1: Track 1,2,3,4: Bemidji Ball 3,-1: Span'sh Club 3, llolly E. Schulze: Triple "S" 2: French Club: Plays 2,3: Talent Show 2: 7 Semester Honor Pin. Ez E-1 149 Seniors First Row: Douglas B. Somers: "A" Club 4: Basketball 2.3,-lg Baseball 1.2,3,4: Intramural Basketball 3,43 Transferred as a junior from Chippix Jr. High School, Normal, Illinois. John A. Surgntz: Ski Club, Sociology Club. .lnnies R. -Sontliard: Marching Band 1.2,3,4g Concert Band 1,2,3,45 Chess Club 1,23 Intramural Basketball 43 Pep Band 2,3,4. Joseph A. Spencer: Transferred as a junior from Carmel High School, Mundelcin, Illinois. Second Row: Donald B. Spink: Tennis 2. Anne L. Splittorff: National Thespian Society 1,2,3,43 Freshman G'rls' Chorus 1: Senior Choir 3,45 Stare Crew Club 1,23 Triple "S" 1,2,3,fl7 Sociology Club 43 Operetta. 3: Riding Club 4. Stanley L. Stnnczak: Football 1,2,33 lfVrestling 3,43 Talent Show 1,23 Class Board 1,25 Foreign Exchange Student: Track 1,22 Transferred as a junior from Gilmour Academy, Gates Mills, Ohio. Bradley Starr. Third Row: Melanie A. Stamlcr: Talent Show 45 Class Board 43 Triple "S" 1,2,3,1i3 Corresponzl ng Secretary 41 Coronets 3,45 Home Economics Careers Club Secretary 43 G.R.A. 1.2.35 4 Semester Honor Pin. Kxxtltleen Ste-rnrr. Robert Stlukn. Susanna A. Slonr: Plays 35 Biology Club 1, Riding Club 43 Spanish Club 2.3: Ski Club 4. -5 ru l Wei' f' Sixth Row: Barbara Terhune: coronets, Color Guard: Class Board: Freshman Girls' Chorus: French Club, Triple "S". Jolm B. Tlleroux: Basketball 1,2,3,4: Football 1,2,3,4g Track 2,35 Tennis 1: Class Board 45 Latin Club 2: 7 Semester Honor P.'n. Roberto. L. Thlnde: Library Aide, G.R.A. Nancy J. 'l'humpson: Freshman Girls' Chorus 13 Girls' Glee 23 Senior Choir 3.4: Modern Music Masters 2,3,4: Choraliers 3,-1: Leaders: 3,45 G.R.A. 1,33 Triple "S" 3. tl R. ': Tlomus VV. Tleliy: Concert Band 1,25 Key Club 'LZ .fit-:21taflm:11'afsw2,3,4: 4 Semester Honor Pin. David F. Tonguy: Talent 31-,qw 2,35 Indoor Track 25 Latin Club. Nancy Tubbs. Richard M. Tully: Baseball 1,43 Football 1,21 Intramurals 39 Bemidji Ball 31 Transferred as a junior from St, Viator High School, Arlington Heights, Illinois. 150 gr ii i l . I Fourth Row: James E. Stubbs: Cross Country 2,3,4: Track 2,45 "A" Club 45 Key Club 4: 7 Semester Honor Pin: Transferred as a junior from Lebanon High School, Lebanon, Ohio. Robert C. Suland- er: Rifle Club 1,3,4: Vice-president 4: Track 2. Neil 0. Suzuki: Gymnastics 1,2,3,4: Captain fig Track 2,3: Key Club 3,-1: Treasurer 4: lst Place Honors State Architecture Contest: Talent Show 2,3,4: Plays -1. Janet Bl. Syl-motor: Class Board 4: National Forensics League 1,2,3,4g Future Teachers of America. 2,3,4: Secretary 4: French Club 1,2,3,43 Individual Speech Events 13,43 Pan Language Council 1,2,3,flg 7 Semester Honor Pin. Fifth Row: Patricia, M. Talrlces: Heights Staff 4: Art Club 1,2: Riding Club 3,49 French Club 25 Ski Club 4, Transferred as a sophomore from Sacred Heart of Mary High School, Rolling Meadows, Illinois. Stephen J. Tunis: Freshman Boys' Chorus, Latin Club 1. William L. Taylor. William X. 'Pee-fey: Transferred as 21. senior from Bloomfield Hills High School, Bloomfield Hills, Michigan. 1 as i 1" i i 1 l ..,,,, 1 iw.. 1 1 1 EFT! '23, 'J 2 1 I 1 1 1 Y . al . . , .. 'leg' ' '-' Ii, IL- , f 1. 5 -1-.- ,..L'Xv Fourth Row: Linda. A. VV:rlt4-rs: Class Board 1: Art Club 1 2: Triple "S" 2,3: Sociology Club 4: G.R.A. 3: Spanish Club fl. Jumlv A Ward: Music Department 1,213,111 G.R.A. 1,2,3,-4: Secretary Leaders' 3,41 Talent Show 3,4: Operetta 3,41 Modern Music Masters 3,41 Triple "S" 1,2,3,4. Mark lvurnsz Key Club 31 President -1 Traffic Court 3: Class Board 3: National Honor Society 3 4' Football 1,2,41 Student Council 1: 7 Semester Honor Pin. Transferred as a sophomore from Chanel High School, Bedford, Ohio. Melvin M Weeg: Tennis 1,2,3,4: Co-captain 41 "A" Club -34: Concert Band 11 Marching Band 1: Intramurals 4. Fifth llfvw: Joseph R. VVeidnnr: Freshman Bays' Chorus 1' Mixed Chorus 2: Senior Choir 3,4, LL-ora D. Weidner: Nurses Aide 2,3,-1: G.R.A. 1,25 French Club 1,2. Susan M. lvelllinusvnz German Club 2,3,4: Vice-president 3,113 Health Careers Club 2,31 Concert Band 3,4: Modern Music Masters 2,3,4: Future Teachers of America fl: Sociology Club 4: Pan Language Council 3: Transferrccl as a sophomore from Steinmetz High School, Chicago, Illinois. Juyee L. Wendorf: Triple "S" 2,31 German Club 2,31 Opcretta 2: Senior Choir 3,41 Girls' Glee 2: Freshman Girls' Chorus 11 Modern Music Masters 3,41 7 Semester Honor Pin. F Bmw .',n' il 1 1 'l :fs Class of 1968 First Row: Deborah M. Turner: G.R.A. 1,2,3: Triple "S" 1,2,3: Health Careers Club 1,2,3: Treasurer. Kenneth R. Vnnllliulel: Dis- tributive Education: Vice-president. John R. Vetter: Football 1,2,3,4: Baseball 1,2,3,4: Basketball 1. Gnil A. Vogel: G.R.A. 1: Freshman Girls' Chorus 2: Girls' Glee 3. Second Row: Gregg A. Voight: Football 1,2. William A. Von Boeck- mann: Football 1,21 Wrestlng 1: Tennis 1,2,3,4: "A" Club 2,3,-1. Larry Yvuilzita. Robert Vllukely: Basketball mgr. 1: Freshman Boys' Chorus 1: Mixed Chorus 2: Cross Country. Third Row: Wlllinm E. Wnhlbuesser: Diversified Occupations 3,4. Kathryn L. Wullnvr: Freshman Girls' Chorus 1: Girls' Glee 2: G.R.A. 21 Riding Club 3,41 Sociology Club 3,4, Thonms C. Walsh: Cardinal Staff 3,4: Editor-in-Chiei' 4: Student Council 41 Class Board 3: Intramurals 3,41 Stage Crew Club 1,2,3: National Trespians Society 1,2,.3,4: Key Club 2,3. Jennifer L. Walter: Triple "S" 1,21 G.R.A. 1,2,3g Art Club 2,3,41 President 41 Scholastic Art Award 3: Pan Language Council 3. Trays 1 , Q" l l , . 1 niet- Sixth Row: John R. Westwood: Football 1,21 Swimming 1,2,3,4: Track 1: Plays 4. Gary P. Wheeler: Latin Club 2,3,4: President 4: Biology Club 1,2,3,4: Pan Language Council el: 7 Semester Honor Pin. Gerald L. White: Football1 Student Council: Intramural Basket- ball: Transferred as a senior from Bentley High School, Livonia, Michigan. Gail A. V6'hiteside: Office Guide 2,3: fa E, Monitor 4: Leaders' 4: G.R.A. 1: Stage Crew 1: Ski Club 1,2. ' Seventh Row: Lyn D. Whiting: National Honor Society 3,41 Modern Music Masters 3,41 Talent Show 2,3,fl: Choraliers 3,1l: Senior Choir 3,41 Operetta 2,33 Latin Club 1,21 7 Semester Honor Pin. James L. Whitnell: W'restling 1,2,3,4: Co-captain 4: Baseball 1.2: Intrar murals 2,31 "A" Club 2,3,'lQ All-Conference Wrestling 2,3,4. Steve D. Wfhittlier: Football 1,2,3: Swimming 11 Baseball 1,21 Golf 3,42 Bemidji Ball 3,43 Intramural Basketball 1,2,3,4. Linda, L. Wiegel: E-Ionic Economics Careers Club 3: Homecoming Coronation Commit- ee . 151 in ii is ii I "" Third Row: Sully A. Yeazel: Class Board 1.2.3,4: Freshman Girls' Chorus 13 Mixed Chorus 2: Senior Choir 3.4: Triple "S-" 1.2: Talent Show 3. Justin Yedor: Golf: Transferred as a senior from Normandy High School, St. Louis. M'ssourl. Sheila M. Yuri-: Triple "S" 1: Art Club 1,2: French Club 1: Ski Club 2. nlll.l'I8llIE Znker: Art Club: Biology Club. Fourth Row: Nancy A. Zulud: National Honor Society 2.3.43 Modern Music Masters 2,3,4: Triple "S" 2,3,4: Recording Secretary 4: Music Department 1.2,3.4: French Club 1,2,3,4: Talent Show 4: Coronets 4: 7 Semester Honor Pin. Paula. J. Alexaxmlvrs Class Board 4: Pep Club 1.2,4: Drama Club 2: Art Club 3: Cnrcllnul Staff 3: Clll'lIlIlll'l Business Manager fl: G.R.A. 1,25 Sociology Club 4: Transferred as a junior from Forest View High School, Arlington Heights, Illinois. Carolyn M. Allen: Cheerleader 3: French Club 1.2.31 Triple "S" 1.2: G.R.A. 1: Art Club 2: Class Board fl: 4 Semester Honor Pin. Nancy L. Abel: Talent Show: French Club: Latin Club: Home Economics Club: G.R.A. "rf 'i 7 in if Seniors First. Row: Barbara L. Williams: Orchesis 2,3,4: Talent Show 2.3.45 Russian Club 1,2,f3: Operetta 3.4. Ricmrd W. Witcher: Class Board President 3: Vice-president 2: Student Council 3,4: Span-ish Club 1.2.31 Football 1.2.3-A: Swimming 1.2,3,4: Baseball 1.2: "A" Club 2,3,4: Homecoming Court 4. Gerry A. Withey: Gymnasitcs 1,2,3.4: "A" Club 3,4: Golf 1,2,3,4: Rifle Club: Boys' Leader 3.4. Susan E. lvood: Class Board: 1,2: Traffic Court 1: Senior Choir 3.4: Ch0!'21Il9l'5 3.4: Orchesis 3.4: Operetta 1.2,3,4: Talent snow 2,3,4: National Thespiau Society 2,3,4. Second Row: Susan E. XVOods: G.R.A. 1,2.3: German Club 2.3,-1: President 3.4: Pan Language Council 3,43 Future Teachers of America 4: Sociology Club 4: French Club 1: 4 Semester Honor Pin. Bnrlmrxi A. lVondwurd: Stage Crew 1.2: Triple "S" 1: Ski Club 1: G.R.A. 1.2. Herbert lvorsley. Alan L. Yarrington: Intramurals 4: 'T Semest- er Honor Pin. 152 'free Fifth Row: Jeanne C. Anderson: Art Club 2.3.41 Stage Crew 1,2,3: Talent Show 3: Coronation Committee. Vicki A. Auur: G.R.A. 1,2,3: Philosophy Club 2: Modern Music Masters 2.3.41 Orchestra 1,2,3,4: Stage Crew 3: Plays 3: Operetta 1,2.3,4: Talent Show 4. Ann G. Barnett: Leaders 3.4: Transferred as a sophomore from Sacred Heart of Mary High School, Rolling Meadows, Illinois. Susan L. Becton: Lat'n Club 1,2.3: National Honor Society 2,3,4: Future Teachers of America 3,4: Pan Language Council 3,4: Mu Alpha Theta 2.3: Pep Club 3.4: Christmas Ball Court 4: 7 Semester Honor Pin: Transferred as a sophomore from Prospect High School, Mount Prospect, Illinois. Sixth Row: Paulette J. BOTH! G.R.A. 1: Freshmen Girls' Chorus 1: Mixed Chorus 2: Girls' Glee 3: Senior Choir 4: Talent Show 4. C. Martin Bloom: Cross Country 1: Wrestling 1: Baseball mgr. 1. Burton ll. Bomun: Future Teachers Club 4: Tifansferrecl as a senior from Lake Forest Military Academy. Dinno E. Brink: G.R.A. 21 Off-ice Guide 4. Seventh Row: .Inna L. Bruner: G.R.A. 1.2: Ski Club 3: Class Board 4: Class Board Vice-president 4: Leaders 4: Office Guide 4: French Club. Sue Clay. Catherine A. Clemons: Class Board 2.3: Freshmen Girls' Chorus 1: Mixed Chorus 2: G-il'ls's Glee 3: Treasurer 3: Triple "S" 1,2,3,4: French Club 1,2,3. Deborah L. Conroy. Class of1968 First Row: Wayne P. Crockett: Gymnastics 1,2,3,4: Captain 45 Base- ball 15 "A" Club 3,45 Key Club, Secretary 4. Robin L. Curtin: Freshmen Girls' Chorus 15 Mixed Chorus 25 Senior Choir 3,45 Choraliers 2,3,45 Talent Show 2,3,45 Operetta 3,45 Modern Music Masters 2,3,45 7 Semester Honor Pin. Cnrolyn A. Dalley: National Honor Society 2.3,-15 Vice-president 45 Student Council 1,3,45 Class Board 2,3,fl5 Heights 3,45 Quill and Scroll -15 Leaders' 3,45 G.R.A. 1,2,3,45 7 Semester Honor Pin. Jane Dnvis. Second Row: Jayne F. DeVc-rnn.: Orchestra 1,2,3,45 State Music Contest Superior Rating 35 G.R.A. 15 Talent Show 3. Carolyn L. Dobbins: Harmonettes 3,45 Modern Music Masters 3,45 Class Board 1,2,3,45 Vice-president 35 Student Council 45 Leaders' 3,45 Talent Show 3,45 Pep Club Secretary 4. Chrlr-xllne M. Ebert: Class Boartl 45 Pan Language Council 45 Latin Club 2,35 French Club 3.45 Sociolo- gy Club 45 Pep Club -1: G.R.A. 2,35 'T Semester Honor Pin. Mnrianne T. Erd: Office Guide: Art Club. Fifth Row: Lon A. Grossi: "A" Club 45 Football 1,2,3,-15 Base- ball 2,3,45 Transferred as a sophomore from Prospect High School, Mount Prospect, Illinois. Elizabeth A. Gustzxson: Orchesis 45 Triple "Sl" 1,25 Talent Show 4. Lynn E. Hanna: Transferred as a fresh- man from Wayzata High, Wayzata, Minnesota. Debra L. lim-th: Coronets 3,45 Talent Show 35 Stage Crew 35 Triple "S" 1,25 Fresh- man Girls' Chorus 1. Sixth Row: Laura M. Uniden: Talent Show 35 Triple "S" 1,2. Laura J. Hilton: National Honor Society 2,35 National Thespians 35 Student Council 1,25 Class Board 1,2,35 Harmonettes 35 Modern Muslc Masters 35 Orchesls 25 A.F.S. Exchange Student in Germany 4. Mary E. Hodge: French Club 15 Triple "S" 25 Freshman Girls' Chorus 15 Mixed Chorus 25 Leaders' 3,45 4 Semester Honor Pin. Jnnis L. Jacoby: G.R.A. 15 Triple "S" 15 Coronets 3,45 4 Semester Honor Pin. Seventh Row: Rae M. Jundl: G.R.A. 1,2,3,45 Triple "S" 3,45 Fresh- man Girls' Chorus 15 Mixed Chorus 15 Pep Club 45 Sociology Club 45 Powder Puff Football 3,-1. Cynthia. J. Johnson: Class Board 1,2,35 Triple "S" 1,2,3,45 Freshman Girls' Chorus 15 Mixed Chorus 25 Senior Choir 3,45 Talent Show 45 French Club 35 7 Semester Honor Pin. JoAnne Johnson: Home Economics Careers Club 1,2,3,45 Triple "S" 3,45 Talent Show 3,45 Class Board 45 Sociology Club 45 School Store 45 Pep Club 45 President fl: Plays 3,4. Pnrnela S. Johnson: Heights Staff 2.3,45 Assistant Editor 35 Picture Editor 45 NFL Calendar Girl5 Class Board 3,45 Quill and Scroll 3,45 National Forensic League 25 Talent Show 45 4 Semester Honor Pin. Third lww: Ardith J. Erickson: Office Guide5 Freshman Girls' Chorus 15 G.R.A. 1. Sully K. Faner: Student Council 1,2,3,45 Recording Secretary 45 Class Board Secretary 1,2,.35 National Honor Society 2,3,45 Heights Staff 2,35 Homecoming Court 45 D.A.R. Good Citizen Award 45 7 Semester Honor Pin. Bai-bum A. Feldman: Cheerleader 1,2,,45 Secretary 45 Class Board 1,45 NFL Calendar Girl5 Tutoring 3,45 French Club 2,35 Office Guide 45 4 Semester Honor Pin. Paula. K. Fisher: Band 1,2,3,45 Future Teachers of America 1,25 Class Board 35 Spanish Club 25 Transferred as a junior from Maine South High School, Park Ridge, Illinois. Fourth Row: Sue L. Gehl: Home Economics Careers Club: Philo- sophy Club5 P1a.ys5 Spanish Club5 Hockey Team: Future Teachers of America Club5 Retransferrecl as a junior from Elgin Academy, Elgin, Illinois. Ruth E. Gieseke: Booster Club 15 G.R.A. 15 Incli- vidual Speech Events 25 Office Guide 25 Sociology Club 45 Trans- ferred us a sophomore from Hebron High School, Hebron, Indiana. David Glomskl. Carole L. Griesmeyer: Triple "S" 1,25 G.R.A. 1,25 Leaders' 45 Office Guide 45 Freshman Girls' Chorus 15 Mixed Chorus 2. 153 Seniors First Row: Karen VV. Joost. Susan Kastning: Freshman Girls' Chorus 13 Talent Show 2533 Cardettes 1,23 Color Guard 3,44 Coro- nets 1,2,3,4. K. Cristine Kelhiz Health Careers Club 2,43 President 33 French Club 23 Stage Crew Club 23 Health Office Guide 2,3,f1. Maureen A. Keougliz Ski Club 33 Sociology Club 43 Girls' Glee Club 1,23 Transferred as a sophomore from Sacred Heart of Mary High School, Rolling Meadows, Illinois. Second Row: Kathleen S. Liuulwehrz Modern Music Masters 2,:3,4j National Forensics League 1.2.33 Latin Club 1,2,3I Pan Language Council 2.33 Harmonettes 3,43 Debate 1,23 Health Careers Club 1,2,3,4f 7 Semester Honor Pin. Lynette K. Leighton: Triple "S"3 G.R.A.3 Pep Clubg Transferred as a freshman from South St. Paul High School, South St. Paul, Minnesota, John M. Lewis: Basketball 1,23 Tennis 1,23 Football 1,2,33 Track 3: Intramurals 8,43 Retrans- ferred as a. Senior from Prairie View High School. Susan D. Lind- sey: Individual Speech Events 23 Triple "S" 33 Spanish Club 3,43 Business Education Club 3. Sixth Row: Lindo Sknug: Stage Crew 13 Triple "S" 1,23 Class Board 13 Drama 33 Art Club 33 Retransferrecl as a senior from Hovey Academy. Delmrull. A. Stefan: Health Careers Club 1,2,33 Home Economics Careers Club 11 G.Ri.A. 1,2.33 Latin Club 1,23 German Club 2,3,41 Future Teachers' of America fl: Sociology Club 43 Triple "S" 1,2,3,4. Sue Stefnnik: Triple "S" 1,21 4 Semester Honor Pin, Jewel M. Stipp: Class Board 1,2,3,43 Leaders' 3,43 Coronets 43 Triple "Sf" 1,2,3. Seventh Row: Sandra. S, Stone: French 1,2,33 Freshman Girls' Chorus 13 Mixed Chorus 23 Senior Choir 13,43 Stage Crew 1,23 Triple "S" 3,4. Claudia. Tami. Patricia J. Tango: Student Council3 Pep C1ub3 Sk-i Cluhg Ca.va1ettes3 A.F.S.3 Dramatics3 Transferred as a senior from Hopkins High School, Minneapolis, Minnesota. Mary E. Tierney: French Clubg Triple "S"3 Sociology C1ub3 Talent Sl1oW3 Freshman Girls' Chorus 13 Girls' Glee 23 Sienior Choir 3,4. 154 'l'hir11 Row: Janet L. McGrath: G.R.A. 1,21 Spanish Club 1.2. Judy A. Muierhofer: G.R.A. 13 Ski Club 3.4: Triple "S" 1,2,3,f13 Spanish Club 2. Patricia A. Mercer: Cheerleader 1,2,3: Coronets 4: Student Council 2,31 Corresponding Secretary 43 Class Board 1,43 Home- coming Court 43 Pep Club Vice-president 43 Talent Show 3,4. Ell- zabeth A. Mjrs: G.R.A. 1,23 Coronets 2,3,4Q Color Guard 3,+l. Fourth Row: Wvally Mustain. Ann C. Olson: G.R.A. 13 Orchcsis 2,3,4j Homecoming Page 11 Operetta 33 Talent Show 2,31 Triple "S" 1,23 Stage Crew 13 Class Board 1,2,3. Sandra M. Ohman: I-Ia.1'- nionettes 2,343 National Honor Society 3,41 Secretary 4: Modern Music Masters 2,3,43 Leaders' 3,43 Operetta 3,43 State Music Contest 1,233,113 7 Semester Honor Pin: Transferred as a sophomore from Minnetonka High School, Minnetonka, Minnesota. Lynn C. Peterson: Coronets 33 Color Guard 43 Cardinal Staff 33 Latin Club 2,31 G.R.A. 13 Triple "S" 11 Stage Crew 2. Fifth Row: Christine Plodzicn: Triple "S" 1,23 Talent Show 3: Riding Club 443 Ski Club 23 Orchesis 2,3. Anthony M. Prvtto: Swimming 1,2,3,43 Tennis 1,23 Concert Band 1.2.33 Russian Club 1,2. Rosmnzu-y Saiclikowski.: Tniple "S" 1,2,33 Mixed Chorus 23 Senior Choir 3,43 French Club 1,21 Operetta 33 4' Semester Honor Pin. Carolyn L. Shiites: Transferred as a junior from Taft High School, VVoodland Hills, California. 1.4! V l A ' . i. is "" 5 - , 1' li' 'A Wi' .zizffh : Ex . . N 4 , ,X i , ..1 9. , 2 5. L i. , .2 na ifi. . kt' if l 'l'lilrd Row: Douglas J. I'lkl4linp:: Soccer: Football: Baseball: Track: 'l'ransl'errefl as a senior from Principia High School, St. Louis, Missouri. Mike Harth. .lov J. Kolczak: Football 3: Wrestling 3: Track 1,23 Basketball 1,25 Intramural Basketball 3.4: Transferred from Kremlin High School, Kremlin, Montana. !'n,trick J. Kolnmn: Transferred as a senior from Lane Tech High School, Chicago, Illlnols. Fourtli Row: Mike XV, Krysh: Vllrestling 1,21 Rifle Club 2: Slide Rule Club 1,2,3: Biology Club 2: Chemistry Club 2: Football 1: Tennis 1. Mark W. Lichh-ll: Football 1,2.3,4: Basketball 1,2,3,1lI Baseball 1: Track 2.3,-15 Slide Rule Club 1,2,3: Astronomy Club. lmter- K. Olson: Wrestling 1. George N. l'mlcrsen: Wrestling 1,25 Latin Club 1,2: Biology Club 1,2: Library Alrle 1: Talent Show 3. Fifth Row: Pamela L. 1'0nniny.:s: Drama Club 1: Plays Chairman 1: Coronets 3: Triple "S" 2: Spanish Club 1: Office Guide 4: Transferred as a sophomore from Sacred Heart of Mary High School, Rolling Meadows, Illinois. Rnlwrt B. Poundinlrz Nvrestling 1: Foot- ball 1: Talent Show 2,3: Transferred as a sophomore from Avon Lake High School, Avon Lake, Ohio, Gary Pr:-ssm-y. Jerry Ross. H . Y.-il' 1 fl E , n '- 1 N, l ,F ll... salt 1 hui We: Nu ul, uw ' ll lx! K ' I h l Lf.. , A ll ' " 5 ' x W, ,e W M.gg'l."g,'fl rn' .1-i w, - , H ' ' l lu, 5 l All-,Qi 1 ml A' iv ' ' 5 1 xo A - ir: f .V . I, -1, ' .i' 4 ' LV I F ifi 1 YrgTm'lf, Nfl . ' A V , U 'I l' 'Q' l , li' - 115 1 .f. ' - . . v'T"'-r"fi " 2: rj --:,7,.f5"' " 'v'iF:, A 'l I in rf' l 1 wJ L ' 55. P ,, . E 5 .ar ff. it as I lwrsx v, V .A l ' - ,J I l 1 N N r1fi:"eie" f. , "V 'QT l WIFE? . ' i lil' il ,Q we rj ' HH, 1 ll V , ' ,Mimi l l lg' ' V . 'J 1. 5 if 5 1 l. 1 suv- ' l ,,, . - , , --. In -. 'I' ' in K.. 'ffxfix - , --in 'vii-av 5.5: A ,C 522' fl!-u-,A ,nxn 5o,lLg.i. I-.0v.:f4'fiqm! . 'Wat :Uv ,Spar n"-?'1'8"VlM.., '- , 3.A:'x:i,uv.1.W 5- 7,,'.v?.Ah.'.!l wk V ui,,.ii,xqe v..,,.4 ..,., ...UM-", .' ir' 'f.,4ip',,l i rv 1 "JO--4' 'f"' l!.1'1 i . 'h ii, Class of1968 First Row: Gm-y P. Wulod: Football 1: Wrestling 1,2: Track 1: Library Aide 1: Office Guide 2: Intramural Basketball 3,4. Patricia A. Wvood: Orchesis 3,45 Talent Show 4: Ski Club 2: 4 Semester Honor Pin. Craig L. Browark: "A" Club 3,45 Golf: Plays. Susan M. Chapman: NFL Calendar Girl: Orchesis 2: Class Board 1,2: Talent Show 1,2: French Club. Si-coml Row: Claudia Demczymr. Cnrnl L. Emmricli: G.R.A. John Hart. Frank J. Heinz: Football 1,2: Intramural Basketball 3,4. .raw .. if ' i f . 2 l 5 - rl, 1Y,.i 5 5. 13: l . fi .X X 1 i W' i 1 V X If ' ff .l A W M ' .f ' X A if ii Hui! Sixth Row: Michael J. Summers: Intramurals 3.4: Transferred as a junior from St. Viator High School, Arlington Heights, Illinois, Donna. M. Thiede: G.R.A.: Triple "S": Office Guide: Library Aide: School Store. Dave Z. Westphal: Chess Club: Astronomy Club: 7 Semester Honor Plin. Greg Wlinters. I Seventh Row: Chris Aldrich. Keith D. Schneider: Baseball 1: Wrest- ling 22 Intramurals: Stage Crew: French Club. Rich Sutter: Dis- tribntive Education: Football 2.3: Baseball 1,2,3. Fred D. Hildlnger. Nnl: Pictured: Dennis J. Drmlt. Debra. J. Ingbretson: Transferred as a junior from Palatine High School, Palat-ine, Illinois. George Kwieoinski. Giniilir M. Marshall: 'llransferrecl :ls a. Junior from Prospect High School, Mount Prospect, Illlnols. ' 155 SENIOR CLASS- BOARD Front Row: Barb Evensen, Janet Sygnator, Kathy Prentiss, Paula Alexander, Barb Hansen, Sue Becton, Bonnie Briscoe, Chris Ebert, Anita Lawlis, Penny Meyers. Second Row: Sue Niemczyk, Barb Feldman, Janie Oestmann, Jane Bruner, Kathy Braun, Chris Greene, Jo Johnson, Lynda Norris, Doris Dearen. Thircl Row: Chris Schimmel, Ian Hilgenfeld, Mel- anie Stauder, Pat Mercer, Terry Lincoln, Sharon Fischer, Dave Abt, Gail Hollinger, Mary Lynn Elliott, Carolyn Dalley. Fourth Row: Linne Lindstrom, Steve Sinclair, Barb Mendl, Bob Goebbert, Gary Price, Steve Larsen, Doug Daughtry, Ray Peale, Sally Faner. Senior Class Plans A Final Memorable Year As the '67-'68 school year began the thoughts of the Seniors turned to their future plans and ex- pectations. To some of the Seniors their goals were represented by college plans, but to others there were jobs or marriage awaiting. After four years, the Class of 1968 finally reached the top of the high school ladder, however, their duties and re- sponsibilities, as a class, would not be over until graduation day. One of the major concerns of the Senior Class was the preparation for the Christmas Ball, which was as elegant as its title - "Christmas By Candle- light." Along with the Senior duties there were also many privileges that the class was entitled to, they included Senior Bermuda Day, the election of the Homecoming Court, "honored" guests at the Prom, and the Senior Party were just a few of the many 'fextrasf' The Senior Class was under the leadership of President, Doug Daughtry, Vice-President, Jane Bru- ner, Secretary, Barb Evenseng and Treasurer, Jan I-Iilgenfeldg and the year proved to be a successful one. As the Seniors accepted their diplomas on June 12, they had only happy memories remaining of their four memorable years as enthusiastic Fighting Cards. 156 simon cLAss BoARD orrlcens Left to Right: Doug Daughtry, Jan Hilgenfeld, jane Bruner, Barb Evensen. Four Years Draw To Close For AI-IS Seniors n Ffa!!! Sided by senior blockers Carolyn Dobbins and Linne Lind- strom, senior Nancy Douglas strives to make an endsrun. Could it be that senior muscleman Keith Culberson is in ardent training to become the very next Masked Avenger? ! i l gm: 0 Seniors Steve Busch and Nancy Harris go through one of the various scenes in the spring play "Devil's Disciple." N m----r All of the firefighters oblige as senior Doug Daughtry performs inasochistic rites at one of their get-togetllers. 157 With memories of the prom still fresh in the minds of these sen- iors, they prepare to board the train for the after-the-prom trip. X Seniors Focus Attention On PastAnd Future r .X xx F E5 A 2,15 i Seniors Debbie Patanella, Becky Clark, Karen Lebin, and Polly Berg each proclaim, 'Tm 21 big girl now, l'm live." Not a little confused is how Bob Ekstrancl feels as he wades through the copious volumes of numerous college catalogues. 158 .H .Q .4 . Q ::. .. .. u . . u. . . 3 ...M WU . .. ..H.. ,mm1".. .. in f... QQ... . 1 1 W: . . - mg . M . ,. ,MF .5 . L , 2. .9 A,.1N ' S' ' ' .q J. YJ '.-,-Q. , I- H1 pm .:. f- . 1 .3 5: T " "ti, ' Y "" .Quik Q . 5 9 . . W' "LZ - ,. . - Q S I If: ' ' . ' ,...I" , I. "img 5 .41 gf I ' ' I , Q I Arif: 1"- .. 'gi A '1l5:.:g.- I Z .:. M ...H N . 5411... In V , , rg M I.. . . ...1 ..-. .- '. 11,9 Q- - . + .gag .' ' JI 'UAL 'wwf X limi? . 'a 5Ea'2aa1. . WL' -4.41 ,J4....1.J --'L iw . X ' 41.5-1 . 3 ' 3 -.A ' 'J. I fi? . '. .4i.I?""f'f ' qa?fG"'fsl.. . -. mm. zz S., -W1-EE, f .. we H - . , 6:5-W ,..S,K2Wf mm N. f 1 After a hard year's work, seniors Rick Pastor, Pam Johnson, Joan Carlson, and Carolyn Dalley rest on all the laurels of past years. Finished! Cost Tout! Finis! AI Final! The End! Although the 1967-68 Heights has reached the hands of its readers, there still remains one last task for the ever-loyal staff - the recognition of those people who have so graciously supported our endea- vor. Special thanks goes to that guiding light of Heightsdom, Mr. Robert Boesel, whose inspirational Sauerkraut Band Recordings sustained the day staff through many long hours of creating captions and counting copies. And, of course, we cannot overemphasize the su- preme dedication of our editors, Judy Mandolini and Pam johnson. Their organizational capabilities and imaginative tactics molded and often prodded the staff into productive labor, a magnificent feat. We also gratefully acknowledge the following peo- ple and organizations who have made the Heights photographs possible: Root Studies for our general photographic Work, the Nickerson Photo Company, for play pictures, the Arlington Day and the Crawli- iml, for many sports picturesg Douglas Daughtry and the A-V Department. We extend our appreciation to Robert Merriman of the Durand Manufacturing Co. for our cover Work, to Mr. David McConnell of the Benton Re- view Publishing Co., Inc., and to lVIr. Larry Wells of the Associates Engraving Co. Merci beaucoup, Gratias, Gratia, tibi, Thank you. 160 HEIGHTS STAFF MEMBERS Bigford, Pam Carlson, joan Carlson, Linda Cournoyer, Ann Dalley, Carolyn Dix, Linda Drachman, Dave Givens, Pat Hawley, Ginny Hilgenfeld, Hollinger, Gail Kamp, Pat Marks trom, Karen Milburn, jean Miresse, Pam Meyers, Penny Nowack, Julie Mitchell, Glenn Pastor, Rick Rossi, Betsy Rossi, Mary Donn Tackes, Pat Tindall, Rick Waara, Kathy In Memory .2 BARBARA ANN THEROUX May 5, 1968 Fifteen years to celebrate The gift of life. And then, It's, much too late, to A Reflect and speculate about How all might have been. Hoping her memory will never encl. Another light, another face- Through tragedy we erase From our midst another friend, By Rick Pastor, senior Arlington High School Ahnquist, Mr. Vincent ,.,..... 18, 22 Allen, Mr. Allan .......A,,.. .A......... G 7 Antich, Mrs, Helen ..... .....,........ 3 2 Attis, Mr. Russell .,... ..... 2 0, 38 Babris, Mr. Peter ,..,.. ........... 2 0, 55 Bachir, Mr. .,.............. ..... 1 00, 101 Bean, hir. William , .... , .... 20. 64 Bartizal, Mrs. Susan ....,., 20, 27 Bengston, Mr. Nils ...... .........,....... 2 0 Black, Miss Doris ........ ..,,..,... . . 21, 36 Betterman, Mr. Merle .......,...l.....v.. 21 Boesel, Mr. Robert ........ 21, 29, 57 Breiding, Mr. ........,....................,...... 21 Burt, Mr. Leonard A .......,..l....... 21, ST Calisch, Mrs. Glenn Deane ..,. .... 2 1 Carter, Mr. Robert .....,.,.... 21, 93, 104 Ciulla, Mr. Nicholas ........... .......... 2 2 Clancy, Mrs. Howett . .,..................... 22 Clark, Mrs, Nancy ...... ..... 2 0 Cobb, Miss Betty .. ............... ..... 2 2 Coffman, Miss Marcia .l.. ...... ..,.. 2 2 Corcoran, Mrs. Mary Louise ,..... ,... 2 2 Craig, Miss Martha .,.........,.... ...., 2 2 Dietrich, Mrs. Marguerite ...... ...... 2 3 Dorn, Mr. Allan ....,,,......... ....,.,. 2 3 Doyle, Mrs. Vernell .,..... ,. ..........l. 23 Dunne, Mrs. Joyce .,.. .......... 2 '3, 25 Eitemlller, Mr. William ..,. 25, 120 Ellingsen, Miss June ..... ,..... ,........... 2 3 Emery, Mr. Jack .... ......... ......... 2 3 Emmons, Mr. Robert ,..... .........,.. 2 4 Ewan, Miss Carolyn ...... ....., 2 4, 71 Fagel, Miss Nancy ,... ..i. 24, 29 Faulkner, Mrs. Hazel .... ............ 2 4 Fish, Mr, John ....... .... ,,..., 2 4 , 72 Aagaard, Paula. C23 ...............,......,. 122 Abbott, Vaughn R, Q43 ...l...,.. . ..... 138 Abel, Glenn C13 ..,.......,......... 73, 114 Abel, Joyce 433 ........l.-...- -..,.---- 1 30 Abel, Nancy C43 ...i..................- -.... 1 52 Abt, David 143 72, 75, 138, 156 Accarclo, Tim C43 ..,.A.------ 72, 133 Adam, Jeffrey C13 .....,.. . ----A------- 114 Adams, Elizabeth C23 54, 72, 83, 122 Adams, Judy C33 ..,..... ...,-.-.4 S3, 130 Adams, Margaret C33 .... -------A------4 3 1 Adams, Michael C13 ......,. .... 1 14, 130 Adams, William C23 . ..... -,----------- 1 752 Agnes, Dennis C23 ..... ..... 8 8. 122 Agnes, Roberta 013 -...-.--------- -- 1213 Aguirre, David C33 ---------------,---- -'-- 1 30 Aimquist, Karen f13 . ..--1 -- 54, 30- 114 Albright, Lloyd 113 - ..,.... 64, 72, 78 Alrlerson, Patricia Q23 --,------,,---"---A 122 Aiderson, Richard C33 ....-----A-- ----- 1 30 Aldrich, christopher 143 .----- 155 Aldrich, .Tay Q23 .......,.-.,--A---, ------,-- 1 '22 Alexander, Deborah I-13 --.- 33, 133 Alexander, Christina 123 ...-..,------- 122 Alexander, Paula C43 .....,., 152, 156 Alexander, Frank Q13 ..---...--1--,--4-- 114 Allen, Carolyn C41 -i...,-----,------' .---4-- 1 52 Allen, Catherine C33 30, 54, 89, Allen, Nancy Q27 .......,...-.----,-, ----,--- 1 22 Allendorph, Arthur 431 -,.-A1-------,-- 130 Allgrier, Jeanne C43 .....-4---A-A----- -44- 1 33 Aim, James Q23 .....,-.,.--A----, 106, 122 Aim, Debra C13 .....,.- --1--,------- 1 14 Almblad, Janet C13 ...... --------1-, 1 14 Almdale, Joan C13 .... .. .... 114 Almclale, John C23 ......--. ---- 1 22 Aimaaie, Judith C43 .... ---- 1 38 Amarel, Allan 443 ....... 133 Anderson Arthur C113 ........ ...,--- 1 33 Anderson, Barbara 131 ,...... ..... ,....... 1 3 0 Anderson, Carl C21 37, 100, 105, 122 Anderson, Gary C33 93, 104, 130, 137 Anderson, Harry C43 ..........-,..-.. - 138 Anderson, Janice C23 .............,....-- 122 Anderson, Jeanne C41 i...---. 74, 152 Anderson Keith C13 ...,..i..-,--------- 114 Anderson Mary E, C21 81, 122, 128 Anderson, Mary Ruth 143 .... 74, 138 Anderson, Thomas Q23 SS, 101, 102 Amlres, Lawrence C31 .....,,.,,.. 67, 130 Andrews, Tracy Q23 ....... .......... 1 22 Angelloff, Carla 123 ...... .......... 1 22 Angeloff, Linda Q13 ...... .......... , ,. 114 Ankerberg, Carol Q13 ..... 55, 114 Ankerlierg, Joanne C23 ........, . 122 Ankerberg, William C43 .,..,,.. 83, 138 Annen, Craig C13 .... 88, 101, 11-1 Antrim, Rodney 133 ............ 97, 130 Antrim, Theodore 123 ........,....... 122 Archibalcl, Diane 123 ............ 55, 122 Argust, David C23 .... 96, 110, 122 Armour, Richard 423 ....,... 106, 122 Armstrong, David C33 ........ 104. 130 Armstrong, Dale M3 ,,...............,.. 138 Arndt, Victoria f33 ...,................ 130 Ascliofi, Barbara 123 .......,.... 78, 122 Ashworth, Meliss 143 .......,,....,..,... 138 Atkins, Douglas C43 ,.., 98, 103, 138 Atkins, Janet C2 ................ 122, 128 Audette, Nancy 123 ..., . ,,,...,,,.,..,. 122 Auer, Vicki M3 ............ 81, 83, 152 Augc, Barbara C23 69, 77, 83, 122 Faculty Index Fiiehier, Mr, Julius ...,,,,,.,.,.... 24, S8 Kratsch, Mrs. Irene ...... .... 2 6 Flynn, Mr. Brendan .,.,,... 24, 87, 106 Kresge, Aleila -,.-.--A------, ---- 2 9 Ford, Mrs, Margaret , ..,r,.,.... 24, 25, 70 Lagerlof, Mrs. Joan ....... i.... 3 0 Forman, Mrs. Reyna ..,............. ..... 2 5 Larrimore, Miss Mary .... .------- 3 0 Franz, Mrs, Sharon .....,...,......,...,.., 25 Larsen, Mr. Curtis ......,.. .......... , . 30 Frey, Miss Martha Jane ............ . .. 25 Leafgren. Mr. Raymond .......- 30. 94 Garden, Mrs. Susan .,.............. . 25 Lebin, Mrs. Barbara .... ...... ..,-,-.--. - - 30 Gardner, Mr. John ..,......... 25, 96, 97 LO0Flh3l'd, Miss Alma -- ----, 30 Gellert, Mr, Bruno ..,... .......,.. 2 '6 77 Linclner, Mr. Chad .......... ...... 3 0 Gibson, 11111 Howard ,,,,.,.,,... ...,...... 2 6 McGuire, 1NIiSS Sllirlfie ...... ,.,., 3 1 Glover, Mr. Bruce ........ 26, SS, 94 McMillin, Miss Leta ....... ..... 3 1 Gragg, Miss Lillian ............ ............, 2 6 Markus, Mrs. Karen ...... ...... 3 1 Grasso, Mrs. Mary Ellen ......,, .... 2 6 Martin, Mr. A ................... ....... - -- 31 Guilfoil, Mrs, Wylma ...,.... , .... 26 Meiedandri, Mr. Caesar ............ .. 31 Haerther, Miss Joyce ,.., 26 Michaelis, Mr. Fritz ......,. 22, 31, 74 Hampton, Miss Leotta ...... 27 Monnett, Mr. John ....,... 27, 31, 74, '76 I-Iamley, Mrs, Ida, .....,,,... ..... 2 7 Moulton, Mrs. Irene ....................,. .32 Harrod, Miss Virginia .... ..... 2 7 Mueller, Miss Margaret .............-.-..-- 32 1-Im-th, Mr, John ..,,,..... .....,. 2 7 Mueller, Mr. Richard .... 30. 32, 66 Hicks, Mr. John .........,.. , .......... 27 Murphy, Mr. Douglas .... .... 3 2, 60 Hillman, Mr, Floyd .....,............. 27 Myers, Mr. William .... 20, 32, 87, 100 Hinton, Mrs, Carol Sue ........ '27 77 Nichols, Mr. John ............ ...... 3 2. 67 Honey, Mr, Gerald ...,,., .,... ..,. , , .... 2 8 Nielsen, Mr. Norman .. ........ 33 39 Hulina, Mrs. Bonnie ...,, ., .... 1. 28 Paxton, Mr. Merritt ........... ..,..i..... ? 3 Hult, Mrs. Donna Jo ..,.............,..... 28 Pitchford, Mr. Thomas 33, 37, 87, 108 I-Iundt, Mrs. Mary Lou .... 23, 24 28 Post, Mr. ROY .....,.. .... 3 3. 38. 73 Jason, Mr. Dennis .... .... ........ 28 Pugsley, Mr. Jerome .,.. 29, 33, 81 Jones, Mr. Hugh ........ ........ , . ...... 28 Rau, Mrs. ,.... ......... .--.. . .. 38 Kane, Mrs, Marilyn ........ '38, 39 71 Reztt, Mr. GEOUIB ..i.,... .- ..--.. -- 18 Kaufman, Mr. Ronald .....,.. ........... , 29 Redding, Mrs. Helen ...... ...... 3 3 Kavanaugh, Mr. Eugene .....,.. 29 69 Riggs, Mr. Kenneth 34 Keenan, Mr. Richard ...,.. 29 63 Riesco, Mrs. Nancy ...... ..... , 33 Kelly, Miss Patricia ........ , .....,.... 29 Rowe, Mr. 501111 -- ,.-..,,-,---- -A---- V 13 Klotz, Mr, Maurice ........, ......,,....,.. ' 29 Samoore, Mr. Bruce ..... ...... 3 4, 90 Knilans, Mr. Robert ..... ..,. 2 9, 108 Auxier, Michael Q23 .....,,..,.. 64, 122 Bergstrom, James 143 61, 75, 90, 10535 1 Baer, Robert C23 ....... ...... 1 08, 122 Bergstrom, Laura C21 63, 122, 128 Baird, Heather C21 ...... ....,........ 1 22 Bergstrom, William C23 ................ 122 Bakalar, Michael Q13 ............,....... 114 Bernhardy, Jill K33 ........................ 130 Bakas, Steven C23 ....... ...,. 1 01, 122 Bialkowski, Gary 123 ...... 99, 122 Bakowski, Edwin C13 ......,....,...... 114 Bialek, Barbara Q13 .... .......... 1 14 Ballou, Kathie C33 .....,.. .......... 1 30 Bialck, Stephanie C33 ..... ...,... 1 30 Banie, James KZJ ........ ..,... 7 2, 122 Blanca, Josephine Q33 ,,... .... 1 30 Banko, Dianne 423 .......,, .,..., 5 5, 122 Bianca, Judith C31 ,.......,...A........... 130 Banta, Charles 113 ...................... 114 Bieber, Catherine C113 .... , ........., 138 Barnett, Ann C43 ............................ 152 Bleber, Donald C33 ............ 97, 108, 130 Barnett, Bonnie 143 34, 55, 78, 81, Bieber, Joanne C23 ,,.......... .... 1 22 138 Bieber, George 113 .,...................... 114 Barody, Margaret C13 ,.,.... ............... 1 14 Bierma, Richard M3 ........,.. ...,.,., 1 39 Barrett, Thomas C23 .... 72, 99, 122 Bigford, Pamela C23 54, 56, 78, 122, Barry, Kathleen 143 ,....,,..... 67, 138 128 Barry, Patrick t13 ....,. .... 1 01, 114 Bird, Anthony C33 ,.,............,........ 130 BarSe, SUSHII 143 .-..AA. --------,- 1 33 Bird, Carolann 613 ,...... ...,. 1 14 Bart. Thomas K 3 ..... .A...-------- 1 30 Bischof, Douglas C23 ,. ...... 122 Bartels, Donna 423 ...... ..... 8 1. 122 Bischoffer, 'rim C43 ..... .,,..... . . 139 Bartik. Kathleen C13 ..... .. .-.------ v 114 Bittner, Bruce 413 .,,. ..,... 7 6, 114 Bartholomew- Wayne C31 '--- ---- S T 130 Biwer, Dave 431 ....... , ..,.. 110, 130 BaTiO, -THU CU ---'---.------A------- 30: 114 Bjornson, Cheryl C33 .....,. ..........., 1 30 Barto, John Q23 '--,--,--,-.-------. 77. 122 Biackberg, Kevin .......,.... 55, so, 130 Barton, Cynthia 411 -,-,--A L., ------AA-- 114 Blackburn, Auison K23 .,... ...,,..... 1 22 Barton. LIHGSBY l2D ---- U4. 122, 128 Blackburn, Briggs my .... sv, 103, 139 Baschleben, Jerry 623 105, 107, 122 Blackwell, Bruce 123 ,.,l,,,,.,,, 53, 130 Baschleben, JoAnn Q13 .................. 114 Blair, James Q43 -,,,.,,,,, ,----,,,,,,,,,,Y v 139 Battistoni, Orchard 133 74, 77, 130 Biakeman, Jung Q31 ,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,, , 130 B-111er.D0nf11d 133 ------,'-,-1----'--'-4,' 130 Bless, Jacqueiyn 033 ..... 81, 130 Bauer, Kathleen 143 .l...l..1... 60, 138 Bliss, Lucy Q43 ,,,,,,,, W .,,,,-,,,,,w,,,,, 139 Bauer.R21r1dyl27 -.-7--1- -----.-------- 1 22 Blocki, Linda C13 .........,.,.,,, so, 114 Bauler, Nancy C13 Y ----4-------'-' S0. 114 Biomquist, Brent my .....,...,.....,.... 122 Bauler. N001 C33 -----------1--'----'----'----- 130 Biomquist, ci-mine 123 54, 122, 123 Baumsartncr. James 633 32, 87, 104. Biomquist, Ln-.na C33 ,,,,,,,,,,,,, 139 130.136 Bloom, Martin C43 ..., ..l.l... 1 52 Bauske, Brooks C13 .. .... ..1...... 1 14 Blogs' Alan Q43 ,-,,---,., ,AIAA 1 39 Bayern James HD -f--1 4------ 1 38 Bless, Diane 415 ,..,.... 114 Bayeff. NIUICY C11 . --.- 124 Bluhm, Marshall 113 114 Bebber, Robert C43 ,-A----- -Y-- 1 -38 Bluhm, Patrick C23 .,,,.. ,,,, 1 22 Bebber, Thomas, C13 .... .... 1 14 Blum, Rqbgrt 115 ,,,.,-,,,,,w,, ,,,,, 1 14 Becker, Bonnie 133 ...-- ---4 1 30 Boaenstedf, Marcia my ..,.. ..,.. 1 22 Becker, DUUEUG QD ---- 114 Boehler, Clifford Q43 ..,.., 139 Beckley. Greg C37 -------- ----- 1 30 Boehm-, Jeffrey Q23 ...,. ,,..... .... 1 2 2 Beckman, Barb C13 ..........,,,......... 114 Bohying, Gary 113 .A..-..' -v-..,---',.- 1 14 Beckman, Mary U-5 ---- -- -------------v 114 Bokleman, James C23 .... ,.... 1 05, 122 Becton, Sue 143 25, 54, 71. 152, 156 Bolduc, Brian 433 , ,,,, ,.Y-,-vv,- 1 3U Berlnarz, Carol C13 ...,., ................ 1 14 Bfglflug, Gail Q13 ,,,,-,, ,,.,,,.. 1 14 Bednarz, Walter C33 87, 100, 130 Bmnan, Bm-ton Q43 71 Bedle, Kim IQJ ...............,.,. .........l 1 12 Bonn, Linda 421 ,,,,, ,,,, 1 22 Balmer Diiml? U3 ---- ------ - ---1'---- 1 34 Bond, George Q23 .... ....,..... 1 22 Behrens. Todd l3J ...., .......... 1 30 Bundy, Ross 1 3 .,,,,,, 46 Bellini, Michael C43 ---,-' - --1------.1- 13S Borgardt, Kathy ..,....... . ..... 55, 122 BGUR0, Thomas C21 ...., 78, 122 Borgerd, Gary Q13 ,,,,,,,,, ,,,,, ,,,,,,,, , 1 14 13012213 Debra ill --,---1 ------------- 1 14 Bossert, Dennis 633 ...... , .... 97, 130 Belzer, Michelle 143 ...... 102, 138 Bossert, Ralph Q43 ,,,w ,,,,,,, , 139 Bencici Philip 44? -'--- ------------ 1 38 Botha, Pau1'ne f4l ..,,.... 52, 83, 139 Benesion. Paul 125 .,....,,..., 72. 122 Bouffard, Deborah KZ3' ,.,,.,...,.,.,.,i, 122 Benisek, Robert C23 .............,...... 122' Bouios, Daniel Q45 ,,,,.,c,,,l,,,, ll,,, , 1 139 BCHOQL Cindy 133 ....,.,, 89, 130, 137 Boulos, Gary 113 ,,,,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,4,,,,,, 114 Bel'10lf, John -C43 --.--------...............i. 138 Bourbon, Janice C33 .... ., ..,,,.. .,,,., 1 30 Bensffmarl, Kim- Q33 .1................l. 134 Bowen, Marjorie C23 54, 73, 102, 122 BQUSIUSQIE MHFCII1 C19 -1--- --------.. 1 14 Bowland, Debralee C13 .... 72, 80, 114 Benson, P5-tficiak 141 ------------. 138 BOWlor, Linda. Q23 ....,.,...., ..r....,,... , 122 BGUSOD, R1iYmDl'ld C35 ........ 110, 130 Boyd, Barbara C23 .... 64, 72, 122, 128 Bentz, Debra Q23 ......,..,...........,.. 122 Boyd, Bruce 443 ,,,,,,,,,r,,l,,,l,,,,,,,,,, , 139 Berg. Paulette C43 ........ 78, 152, 158 Boyett, Mark 113 ......,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 99, 114 Berge, Ola. Lorraine C13 ........ 55, 114 Boyett, Lance 123 ........ 83, 99. 122 Berggren, Cheryl can ..., 50. 130, 131 112312,,ffJ,2'5"'jjjj.'jjj"ggQ 221 Befseson. Lawrence f1J 38, 91, 94, Bracly, Jeffrey Q33 ......,......,.,,,,, 130 114 Brand, Christopher 143 61, 72, 83, 139 S'cha1le1', Mr. Kenneth ..... ..... 3 4 Schmoyer, Mr. Fred ........ .,...ll..... 3 4 Sehonta, Mr. Robert ....... ,. .... 311, 72 Sehovain, Miss Pamela ..,.., ..,... . ,. 34 Schroeder, Mr. Donald .......... .... 3 4 Sheehan, Mr. James ....... . .... 35, 87 Sheffey, Miss Carolyn ......... 35 Siebel, Mr. R'chard .,.... 35, 67 Siewert, Mr. Norbert ..........,,.l.. .. 35 Slayton, Mr. William ,...... ........... 3 5, SS Somers, Mr. Francis 21, 33, 35, 88. 94, 101 Stankrauff, Miss Julie 21, 27, 35 Stavros, Miss Helen .... 36, 61, 63 Steclge, Mrs. ............ ..... ..,.. .......... 3 8 Stewart, Mrs. Madalyn ........ 36, 72 Strong, Mr. John ,,..... A ............,.......... 36 Tedell, Mrs. Suzanne ...,.... 21, 36, 58 Thompson, Miss Linda .... ,,..... 3 6, F9 Thompson, Mr. Robert ..... ,........ .1 36 Thyreen, Mr. Daniel .... ..... 3 6, 88 Tourek, Mr. Edward ..... ..1.,.... 3 7 Trad, M'ss Lyovonne .... ...... . . 37 Ulrich, Mr. James .... ,. .. .... 37, 72 Vena, Mr. Guy ....,,...... ....,.. 3 7, 105 Waara, Mr. Bruno ,..,.. ...... . 18 Wagner, Mr. Wayne ,... ........ 3 7, 61. 62 Walther, Mr. E. Robert ..,. 37, 87, 100 Walthouse, Mr. Thomas 37, 88, 98, 99 Wessels, Mrs. Sally .... ................,...... 3 8 Wexler, Miss Brenda ........ 38, 61, 62 White, Mr. Boyrl ,..., 38, 80, S1 Whitney, Miss Judith .....,...... 33, 38 Ziebell, Mr. .,..........,.,,..... .............,.. 3 S Brand, Judith 633 ..,......,........ ...... 1 30 Brandt, Richard ill .....Y.. 101, 114 Brandt, Susan 643 . ..,..... ..... 7 1, 139 Brankovich, Elizabeth 133 .52, 81, 130 Brantner, Thomas 113 S8, 94, 114 Brantner, Sandra 133 ...............,,. 130 Brask, Gerald 133 ............ 72, 130 Brask, David Q13 ......,. ,,,.,,,..,, 1 14 Brasle, David f 3 ,.,, ,, ,,,,,,, 96 Bratko, Garrett C23 ....,.,,,,.. 94, 122 Brauer, Christine 113 ,,,,,,,,..,,.,,,,,, , 114 Brauer, Mark Q33 .... 61, 62, 63, 130 Braun, Kathleen C43 25, 77, 139, 156 Brennan, Frank C23 ..,,,..,,,,..,,,.,,.., 122 Brennan, Mary Q23 .,,...,,.,.,,,,i,,,.,,,, 122 Brennan, Thomas 113 .,..,, ,,,,, 1 14 Bressler, Barbara 123 .,.,. ,,.,,,, , 122 Brex, Richard C23 ...........,,,,,.,,,.,,,,, 122 Brice, Susan C33 ,.., 22, 78, 130 Bright, Robert 133 .... ..,., 8 6, 100, 130 Brink, Diane C43 ..,..,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,1,,,,,,,,, 152 Br'nk, Donna L23 ....,,,..,..,,,,,,,,,.,,,,,, 122 Briscoe, Bonnie C43 55, 79, 81, 139, 156 Briscoe, Kare C13 54, 64, 80, 114, 120 Broadfoot, James C13 , ....,...,,,,,,,,,,, 114 Broadfoot, Thomas Q33 ,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,, 1 30 Brock, Ralph C33 ....... .,... ,,,,, 1 3 0 Brockman, David Q23 .,.,,,i,,,i4 ,,,,,,,, 1 22 Broderick, Janet 113 ,,,,,.,,,,,,,,, ,,4, 1 14 Broderick, Kevin Q23 .... 96, 106, 122 Broderick, William 123 ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 122 Broclnan, Jolm C13 ...,,,...., 94, 114 Brogclon, Ellen 143 ....,....... 54, 139 Brogdon, Stephen C13 ........ 99, 114 Brogni, John J. Q13 ..... .,., 1 01, 114 Brooks, Roy 119 ........... ...... S 8, 114 Broscavak, Linda 443 .,,,,i,,,,,.,,.,,, 139 Brousseau, James C33 ..,. 98, 103, 130 Broussea, Patrick C23 ,,... 99, 122 Brouwer, Diane 121 ,,,,,,,,4,,,,, 122 Browark, Craig C43 ,.,,. 155 Brown Bonnie Q13 ,.,. ,,,,,,,,,,, 1 14 Brown Carletta C43 .... ..... 8 3, 139 Brown, Eileen C23 ,,,i,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 127 Brown, James 123 ..........,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 122 Brown, Julia Ann 413 54, 69, 80, 114, 120 Brown, Kathleen 123 ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 122 Brown, Larry Q23 ,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 1 22 Brown. Linda. C33 ...,....,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 1 36 Brown, Mar anne 133 58, 59, 136, 130 Brown, Patricia 123 ,,..... 1.,,,, , ,, 122, 128 Brulinke, Scott Q13 ........ 38, 99, 114 Bruner, Debra 123 ,..., .,.,,,,, 5 9, 122 Bruner, Jane O13 .... 152, 156 Brunke, Karen Q23 .,,, ,,,,,,,,1,, 1 22 Bruscato, Bruce L33 ..... .,..,.,, 1 30 Bryk. Kathleen C33 ..... .,.........,..,,,, 1 30 Bryk, William Q13 .,,,,,,,1,,, .,,,, 114 Bube. Cathy 143 ---- 34. 89, 139 Bublitz, Dale C43 .,.,....,,,..,..,,,. 78, 139 Bublitz, James C23 .,,, ,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 1 22 Buckingham, Lynn Q13 ,,,,, ,,,,,,, 1 14 Buckingham, Scott C23 .... ...,,,,,,1, 1 22 Buechner, Michael Q23 ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 122 Buehne, Richard C33 83, 104, 130 Bukowski, Peter 123 ......,, SS, 122 Bukowski, Patricia, Q13 ,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 114 Bunnelle, Mary C23 .... 55, 122, 128 Bunnelle, Paul Q13 ,,,,.,,,A,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 114 Burch, Christine C23 ....,.,............. 122 161 Burger, Linnea Q13 ..,. ..... Burget, Nancy Q43 . ..... ..... Burget, Wayne Q23 ,,... , .... Burk, Debra Q13 . .... . Burkett, Blake Q23 ..... .... Burke, Penelope Q13 Burke, Robert Q13 ,..,,..,.. ,,A,,,,,,, Burkhardt, Mary Q13 .,..,, ..,,......... Burkitt, Jean Q23 .... ,.,.,, ,,,,,, 6 9 , Burr, Linda Q43 .......... .... 7 S, Burra, Nancy Q23 .... ......,.4.. Buschart, William Q13 .... .....,.... Busch, Stephen Q43 .... 60, 139, Busscher, Linda Q13 .,....,...........,,,. Butler, Lynne Q23 ............ 81, 122, Butler, Scott Q23 ............ 90, 103, Butler, Scott Q33 78, 79, 110, Buttenob, Christopher Q33 92, Buttstarlt, Randy Q13 .... ..... 6 4, Bylski, Karen Q33 ...... . Cadle, Kevin Q13 ,...,. ,.....,....... Cahill, Lori Q13 .......,.,....,....,...... Callahan, Mary Q43 61, 72, 102, Callahan, Maureen Q23 ....,,...... 71, Callahan, Bill Q23 55, 64, 78, Callahan, John Q33 . ..,.,,., 110, Camastro, Donnajo Q13 ......., Cameron, Marianne Q33 ........ ...... Camp, Joseph Q23 .... 83, 91, 111, Camp, Vicki Q13 .... . ......,..........., . Campbell, Kathy 54, 611, 80, Campbell, Robert J. Q23 .....,.,... Campbell, Robert P. Q33 ..,......... Cannell, Daniel Q23 . ...,...,. .. Carbone, Lyn 131 ..,... .,.,,.............. Carl, Gary Q33 .. ..... ........... , .,.., . .. Carlsen, Bruce Q13 .,,..,.. 83, 94, Carlson, Amy Q33 . ....... .,..........,... , Carlson, Audrey Q23 .......,........ 78, Carlson, Christine Q23 ........,........... Carlson, Joan Q43 '34, 54, 56, 57, Carlson, Linda Q43 .... 56, 62, 89, Carlson, Richard Q43 .,., 97, 103, Carlson, Thomas Q33 A ....... .......... . . Carncross, Steven Q13 ..,. 91, Carncross, Scott Q43 ...... ...........,. Carns, Deborah Q43 .........,.,.......... Carr, Susan Q33 .................... 31, 95, Carroll, Thomas Q13 .. ........ Carstens, Paula Q13 .... 55, 80, 114 Carter, Edward Q13 ........ 88, 94, Carter Suzanne 13 81 130, ' . 3 - 4--- r Casavant, Howard Q13 ....... . 88, Casavant, Laurie Q33 .,.. ............. Casey, James, K. Q13 ........ ,.., 9 4, Cashion, Charles Q43 .................... Cassidy, Peter Q13 ........... ,..... 1 01, Cassidy, Rory Q43 48, 83, 90, 103, Cassidy, Sheila Q23 .................... ..... Cassidy, Teresa Q33 .,,. 60, 102, Catanzaro, James Q13 .... 90, 101, Cazel, Coral Q43 ..................,.,....... Chalifoux, Daniel Q23 ..........i....... Chalifoux Q43 ....................... . .... A. Chandler, Thomas Q43 29, 44, 45 87, 103, 110 Chandler, Tari Q23 .... 55, 74, 122, Chapman, George Q23 .... 91, Chapman, Greg Q13 -..-----4--- 101. Chapman, Roger Q23 ........ 96, Chapman, Susan Q43 ............i, Chaps, Douglas Q43 H ------ 53, 103, Chase, Stephen Q13 ........ 88, 94. Chin, Eddle Q13 .............,-,... ---- , Chin, Marline Q33 ....... ......... 1 02, Christian, Diane Q33 ........... A ....---- Christenberry, Marcella 141 67, Christensen, Dianne Q33 55, 59, 76, Christensen, Joan Q13 , ................ . Christensen, Sue Q33 . ..-...----------- -. Christopherson, Cathy 131 55, Christopherson, Jane Q43 ., .....i.... .- Christopherson, Nancy Q33 55. 83. Church, Richard 121 ......,....,,........- Cisewslri, Louanne 121 ...........,....., Claney, Snerwell Q43 .... ..... 7 8, Clapton, Bill Q 3 ------------- ----------- Clarbour, Richard Q33 ....,.......... .- Clark, Bruce Q13 ............. ...... B 8. Clark, Candace Q13 , ...A .......... Clark, Harry Q23 ...,.. ..---- Clark, Jan Q33 --------.- -------,-A Clark, Kristin Q23 .,.. ...... ...... Clark, Rebecca Q43 ------ ---- 1 40. Clarke, Bobette Q23 ......... Clarke, Michael Q13 ..... ..... 7 8, Clarkson, Cheryl Q13 ......,.---------. Clausing, Bonnie Q43 .......,.... 67. Clausing, Marianne Q23 52, 54, Clay, Susan Q43 .....,..... ..-... -.-.--.---- Cleary, Stephen Q23 ...... ..v., 7 5, Clemmons, Karla Q13 .... , Clemans, Catherine Q43 .,.,.. .,--l--.--, Clemmons, Keith Q33 ..............,.., Cochran, Craig Q43 ..., 92, 104, Cochran, Janet Q23 50, 54, 78. Cochran, William Q13 ............ 91, Cofoid, Charles Q33 ...................... Colburn, Chery Q33 ...................,.. .. Collins, Gail Q23 52, 64, 95, 122, Collins, Raymond J. Q43 .... 92, Combs, Jeanne Q13 77, 72, 83, 162 114 139 122 114 122 114 114 114 122 139 122 114 157 114 128 122 130 105, 130 114 130 114 114 139 122 122 130 114 130 122 114 114 122 130 122 130 130 114 130 122 122 139. 160 139 139 130 114 140 140 130 114 120 114 136 114 130 114 140 114 110. 140 122 130 114 140 122 140 86, 140 128 122 114 122 155 140 114 114 130 130 140 130 114 130 81, 130 140 130 122 122 140 . 72 130 114 114 122 130 122 158 122 114 114 140 122, 128 152 122 114 152 130 140 122, 128 114 130 130 128, 135 140 114 Coniglio, Kathleen A. Q43 ..... ..,. 1 40 Comer. Ann Q33 ..........,.........,.,,...... 130 Conklin, Brian W, Q13 ,,,,,,,,,,,.,,,, 114 Conrad, Dennis L. Q33 81, 83, 108, 130 Conroy, Deborah L, Q43 ,.,,,,,,,.,, 152 Conroy, Susan J. Q13 .,..,,.,.,,,,,,4,,,, 114 Conway, Gail F. Q33 .,.,.... 81, S3, 130 Conway, Thomas E. Q23 ,,,,,,,,,,,, 122 Conzett. Susan L, Q43 ,.., 65, 78, 140 Cook, Beth A. Q13 ........ 55, 80, 114 Cook, Martha J. Q43 ........ 60, 78, 140 Cook, Sharon L. Q23 ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 122 Cook, Steven R. Q23 .. ,.,,,.,,.,, 122 Cook, William Q43 ...,,, ,,,.,,,,,,,,,, 1 40 Corbett, Susan Q33 ..... ,.., 1 02, 130 Cording, Janet Q13 ...... ,..,,, ,,,,, 5 4 , 114 Corder, Linda Q33 ,,,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,, 1 30 C0l'f1l1'19I'. Gail Q23 83, 102, 122, 128 Corfman, Dana Q23 ,,,.,,,,,,,, 54, 122 Corkell, Carole Q43 .,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,, 1 40 Corkell, Sean Q33 ...,,.,., ,,,,,, 1 30 Cornell, Cathey Q13 .,,.,,.,,,, ,,,,,, 1 14 Corrado, Kenneth Q43 ...,. ...... 1 40 Corts, Caryn Q13 ,.....,...., ,,,,,.,., 1 1:1 C0rWin, Martha Q23 ........, ,.,,,. 7 2, 122 Corwin, Mary Q43 .................... 29, 72 Cournoyer, Ann 131 .... 56, 62, 64, 130 COX, Barbara Q33 ..... ,..,.,,,,,, ,,,, S 1 , 130 Coy, Stephen Q43 .,,....... ............ ,...., ' 1 06 Cranmer, April Q33 ,,.,,,,,,,,,.,,,,,,,,, 130 Cranmcr, Melvin Q13 ,... 55, 72, 114 Crenner, Constance Q33 ..77, 130, 136 Creswell, George Q33 ,,,,,,,,,,,, 98, 130 Criswell, Betsy .......,...,,,,,,,,,.,,,,1 102, 103 Crockett, Robert Q33 .... 61, 108, 130 Crockett. Wayne Q47 75, 98, 103, 153 Cronauer, Marianne Q33 ,,,,,,,.,,,, 130 Cronin, Cathleen Q33 ,,,,,,,,,,,.,.,,.,,, 130 Crowell, Diane Q13 .., .,.,,,,,,,,, 114, 120 Crundhoefer, Dave Q33 ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 130 Cryer, Cathy Q13 ....,..,,,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 114 Csepp, Kathleen Q13 ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, ,, 114 Culberson, Jody Q23 52, 54, 81, 122, ' 128 Culberson, Keith Q43 44, 87, 92, 103, 104, 140, 157 Cummings, John Q33 .................. 130 Cummings, Stephanie Q33 60, 68, 130 Cummings, Perry Q13 .......,,..,,.,., , 114 Cunningham, Kevin Q43 ..,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 140 Cunningham, Maureen Q33 ........ 1.30 Curitn, Catherine Q23 .,.....,,,.,.,,, 122 CUTUT1. -101111 Q23 90, 96, 111, 122 Curtin, Robin Q43 79, 81, 153 Curtis, Alan Q43 .,,.....,,,,,, 106, 140 CUSNHS. Cathy Q13 .... 77. 80. 114 Cushing, Pattlann Q33 54, 83, 81, 130, 136 Cuzzort, Casol Q43 ,.,.., .,.,,, 1 40 Cuzzort, Glenn Q23 122 Czerney, Lynne Q13 ..... . .... 114 Dabbert, Nancy Q23 ......,.........,,,,..,. 122 Dabbert, Jack Q33 ........ 100, 104, 130 Dabbert, Robert Q43 ,.......,.,. ........., 1 40 Daczewitz, Cindy Q13 .............. 114 Dahlberg, Hans Q43 .... 52, 78, 141 DalCompo, Frank Q13 91, 101, 114 Dalbke, Gary Q23 , .,,.... ,,..... .,... 6 4. , 123 Dale, Janice Q23 ........,..... ............. ..... 1 2 3 Dalley, Carolyn Q43 56, 57, 61, 62, 65, 102, 153, 156, 160 Dalley, Nancee Q13 ........ 52, 114, 120. Dalton, Daryl Lee Q33 ..,.,.......,... ,,.. 1 30 Dalton, Denise Q23 ......,.........,.....,. 123 Damm, Janet Q33 .,...... 55, 81, 130 Damm, Jeffrey Q43 ......,.........,.,..... 141 Danes, Deborah Q23 ......... .. ............ 123 Dangelo, Michael Q13 88, 101. 114, 120 Daniel, Frank Q43 ..,..............,. ,... . . 141 Danker, George Q33 .....,,.,... 55, 130 Danna, Patricia Q33 ., ...,...... 78, 130 Dargatz, Debra Q13 .... 54, 80, 114 Dargatz, Nancy Q43 ................ 66, 141 Dattilo, Gregory Q13 ........ 88, 99, 114 Daube, Larry Q23 ........ '73, 99, 123 Daughtry, Douglas Q43 44, 48, 52, 60, 63, 86, 87, 103, 110, 141, 156, 157 Daughtry, Russell Q13 ........ 83, 88, 114 Davidson, Wesley Q23 ...............,.. 123 Davis, Claudia Q43 66, 89, 141, 153 Davis, Christine Q33 .... ......,............ . 130 Davis, Craig Q33 ....,... .... .......... 9 7 , 130 Davis, Cynthia Q13 ........ . 114 Davis, James Q13 .... ..4 ......... 114 Davis, Linda Q23 ................ ......... 1 23 Davis, Scott L. Q13 .....,...... S, 94, 114 Davison, Nina Jean Q13 .... SO, 114 Dean, Patricia Q23 ..,..... 89, 123, 128 Dearen, Denise Q23 ...... ...... 1 23, 128 Dearen, Doris Q43 60, 66, 78, 141, 156 Deasey, James Q23 .......................... 123 Deasey, Mary Q13 ............................ 114 Deehring, Craig Q33 78, 87, 93, 130 Deehring, Lesley .................... 78, 123 Dejuilio, Patrick Q33 ,... ..... ....,.......... 1 3 0 Delaney, Richard Q23 88, 111, 123, 128 Demczyna, Gail Q23 .................,.... 123 Demczyna, Claudia Q43 ..,............, 155 Depew, James Q13 ....,.,................... 114 Derosa, Susan Q43 ........ 78, 102, 141 Desimone, Donald Q13 .................. 114 Devlne, Thomas Q33 52, 61, 62, 63, 110, 130 Devault, Susan Q23 .,,,,....... 1, ............ 123 Deverna, Jayne Q43 .,.......,..... . 83, 153 Dewall, Nancy Jean Q13 .............. 114 Dewitt, Will Q13 ......,..,... 88, 94, 114 Dezonna, Michael Q23 ..... ........,,.. 1 23 Dickenson, Gerald Q13 ............ 88, 114 Dickenson, Robert Q13 ....... .... 8 8, 114 Dickenson, Joan Q13 ., ..., 52, 114, 120 Dickenson, Charles Q33 ....,,..,,,..,,, 130 Dieball, Glenn Q33 .,.,,.,. ,,,..,,,,,,., 1 30 Dieters, David Q43 90, 103, 110, 141 Dieters, Janette Q13 ,..., ...,,.,.... S 0, 114 Dill, Kathie Q33 ..,..,.,,...,,.. ,, .,,.,.,,,.,. 39 Dillon. Charles Q13 ........ 88, 94, 114 Dittman, John Q23 ..., ......,.. 6 9, 123 Dix, Linda Q33 .........i...... 58, 59, 130 Dobbertin, Sharon Q23 ,.,,,,,,.,, ,,,,, 1 23 Dobbins, Carolyn Q43 52, 65, 66, 77, 79, 81, 153, 157 Dodge, Loryn Q43 .... 1 .,,,,,,,.,,,,,,,,, 141 Dohrman, Diana Q13 .......,,,,, 80, 114 Dolan, Donna. Q33 ..,., ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 1 30 Dolinajec, Kathy Q23 ......., 71, 78, 123 Domek, Christina Q33 ......,,.,.....,..,. 130 Donahue, Patrick Q33 ........ ........... 1 30 Donath, Linda Q33 ......,.,.,,,.,,..,,,,,,,, 130 Donchess, Charles Q13 ........ 88, 114 Doi-ity, Mary Beth Q13 ,... 54, 80, 114 Dority, Michael Q33 ..........,. 110, 130 Doubek, Ronald Q23 . ....... 94, 105, 123 Douglas, Bruce .......,...,..,, ,,,,.,,,,,,, 1 04 Douglas, Nancy Q43 79, 81, 141, 157 Douglas, Paul Q43 44, 52, 37, 100, 104, 141 Douglas, Scott Q13 .... 88, 101, 114 Doyle, Joella Q13 .,,.........,, 8-3, 114 Drachman, David Q43 .... 56, 61, 141 Drake, Elizabeth Q23 ,,,,. ,,,,.,,,,,,, 1 23 Drake, Gary Q33 .......,.... 98, 103, 130 Drake, Wfilliam Q43 ,.,. ..... 7 5, 103, 141 Draut, Dennis Q43 ......,.....,... . 155 Draut, Danette Q23 .... , ..,,..,.,,,,. 123 Draut, Timothy Q13 .... ...., 1 14 Draxler, Jane Q13 .,,. , ,,,,,,, , ,,.,, 114 Duenn, Al Q13 .,.........,....,,,,.,,,,,,, 114 Duenn, Ronald Q33 ,,........,,...,,., .,.,,., 1 30 Duerloo, Johanna Q43 ..., 53, 46, 141 Duff, Gregory Q23 .......,,,,, 96, 123 Duffey, Greg Q33 ,..,....,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,, 1 30 Dunn. -Tanifle Q23 Sl, 89, 123, 128 Duso, Jerry Q13 ,..,.........,...,...... ...... 1 14 Dutt, Nancy Q23 .....,,,.,,.,,,,..,.,,,,, . ,,,, 123 Dye. George Q13 88, 96, 114 Early, Elyse Q23 .,..............,,,,,,.,,,,.,,,, 123 Ebel, Paul Q33 ,.., ,..,.....,,.,,,..,,,,,,, 1 30 Ebert, Christine Q43 25, 54, 66, 153, 156 Ebner, Bruce Q33 .....,....,,..,, 110, 130 Ebner, Gail Q13 ...,.. ,,.,,, ,.,,,,,, 1 1 4 Eccles, Jody Q33 ...,.,.,, ,,,,,,,,,, 1 30 Eggert, Arthur Q33 ....... ......,..,..., 1 31 Eggert, James Q13 .. ............ 90, 114 Eggleston, Jeffrey Q13 ,......., , 114 Ehlers, Kristine Q23 ...., ........,,... .,.,.. 1 2 3 Ehlers, Richard Q33 .,.,,,,,,.,,,.,, 110, 130 Ekstrand, Robert Q43 .... 98, 103, 141 Elenz, Mark Q13 ................,,,.,,..,,,,.,.. 114 Ellertson, Kevin Q23 .......,.,.,,,,,,,...,.. 123 Elliot, Judy Q33 ,...... ........, . . ,,.,,...,, 130 Elliot, Mary Lynn Q43 65, 81, 141, 156 Elliott, Treacy Q23 ,... .......,..,, 1 06, 123 Ellis, Donald Q23 ....,..... ........,.... 1 23 Ellis, Mike Q13 ,.......... ,..,,,,. 1 14 Elsberg, Gene Q13 ......... .,... B S, 94 Eisner, Kathryn Q33 ..... . ..,..,.,...,. 130 Eisner, Richard Q13 ......,...,,,... 88, 114 Emmrich, Carol Q43 ....,..,............ 155 Engebretsen, JoAnne Q13 ....... . 114 Engehretsen, Roger Q23 . .... 123 Engleking, Glen Q23 ......... .............. 1 23 Engelbretsen, Kris Q33 64, 95, 131, 136 Engleson, Lynnea- Q43 ............ 89, 141 Englander, Donna Q33 ..... .......... 1 31 Englancler, Linda Q23 .i.,, ....... 1 23 Enloe, Glen Q43 ....,.....,.... ..,....... 1 41 Enright, Patricia Q43 ., ......,,........ 141 Epsky, Marilyn Q33 54, 131, 136 Epsky, Nancy Q23 .........,...... 54, 123 Erbach, Patricia Q33 .... 71, 81, 131 E1-nach, Sally Q13 ........,... 69, ao, 114 Erd, Diane Q13 ......... ....,.,.,.,. .... I 1 14 Erd, Marianne Q43 , ..... .............. 1 53 Erd, William Q33 ..... ,..... .,,....,....,.,. Erickson, Arcllth Q43 ..... .......... 1 53 Erickson, Mike Q33 ..... .,........... 1 31 Erickson, Rick Q23 105, 123 Ernst, John Q13 ....... . ,... ...... 1 14 Estrella, Susan Q33 .... ..,..... 1 31 Euricli, John Q13 .....,......,,.....,........ 114 Evans, Robert Q13 ............ 83, 114 Evensen, Barbara Q43 31, 44, 45, 52. 95, 141, 156 Evei-hart, Gregory Q33 ..........,.....,. 131 Ewalt, John Q23 .....,....................,... 123 Ewart, David Q33 .... 60, 86, 87, 131 Ewertz, Cynthia Q43 52, 55, 66, 89, 141 Faflik, Donald Q13 ......................i... 114 Fagerson, Gary S. Q33 .... 110, 131 Faitz, Vivian Q33 .,.......,.......... 89, 131 Faner, Sally Q43 44, 55, 61, 65, 153, 156 Fans, John Q33 ..............,..... 110, 131 Faust, Thomas Q43 ..,.,... 81, 83, 141 Federlick, Bruce Q13 ............ 72, 114 Feldman, Al Q33 ........ 104, 131, 137 Feldman, Barbara Q43 .... 95, 153, 156 Fellman, Jere Q33 ...................,...... 131 Fenlaciki, Jonathan Q23 ................ 123 Ferguson, Deborah Q33 .... 131, 136 Ferguson, Thomas Q43 ..... .... 6 0, 141 Ferrario, Christine Q23 ..., 123 Ferris, Michael Q33 ...,.,,.......,,.,,,,,,, 131 Ferry, Leslie Q13 .,.........,,,,,,,,,44,A,A,. 120 Flchter, Timothy Q2 .... 76, 101, 123 Fiducca, Dominick Q 3 ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 141 Fiduccia, Scott Q13 .,.,4,,,.,,,,,,...,,,,. 114 Field. Sally Q33 ....,. .............,. .....,.,,,,,. 1 3 1 Fill, Ellen Q13 ......,.., ,. 54, 114, 120 Finch. John Q43 ........ 98, 103, 141 Finnegan, Martha Q33 ..............,. ,, 131 Finney, Carol Q13 ...,......,...l. 80, 114 Finney, Janice Q33 .....,........,, S1, 131 Fischer, Charles Q23 .... 73, 10S, 123 Fischer. Randy Q13 .... 78, 38, 94, 114 Fischer, Sharon Q43 ..i. 89, 141, 156 Fisher, Paula Q43 .,.,,., ,A,,,,,, 8 3, 153 Fisher, Steven Q23 .,.. 94, 105, 123 Fitzpatrick, John Q13 ,.... 91, 115 Fitzpatrick, Thomas Q43 ..,,.,.,,,,,4,,. 131 Fitzpatrick, Timothy Q23 .... 108, 123 Fitzsimons, James Q43 . ...........,.,, 141 Flodln, Marcia Q13 .,.i...,,,..,,,, S0, 115 Flodin, Melinda Q23 .,,,,,., ,,,1 8 1, 123 Fluhrer, Linda Q33 .. .,.... 71, 131, 136 Fultman, Ted Q33 .,... .................. 1 31 Fonclrie, Barbara Q33 ........ 83, 131, 136 Fondrie, Joanne Q13 ...... . .....,,,....,,,, 1111 Ford, Michael Q13 . .........,. 54, 78, 115 Ford, Michael Lee Q13 .... 66, 91 115 Ford, Moira Q33 .,.,...,,. ............... 1 31 Ford, Richard Q33 .... ,,....... , .,.,.. 1 31 Foreman, Dennis Q13 ........ 88, 94, 115 Foreman, Nancy Q33 ...... . ...... 131 Forsyth, John Q43 ......,, . ,....,, ..,, 1 42 Foss, David Q23 ,........,,.... ....,.,..... 1 23 Fournelle, Donna. Q13 ..,......... 80, 115 Francisco, Richard Q33 ..,. .,,...... 1 31 Frandsen, Candace Q13 ..,. ,.,..,. 1 15 Frank, Linda Q33 ........., ...... 1 31 Frank, Roger Q13 . .,.,...,,..................,, 115 Frank, Susan Q33 ......, .,.,,.....,. 7 7, 131 Frankovic, Candice Q23 72, 74, 123, 128 Franks, Pamela Q13 ................,.....,. 115 Frantz, Kurt Q13 '14, 45, 78, 115 Franzen, Brad Q33 ................... ...... 1 31 Franzese, Ann Q23 ...,..,.., 81, 123 Franse, Bruce Q13 ..,......,.. 88, 94, 115 Freeman, Gail Q13 ............ 71. 115 Freeman, Linda. Q43 60, Sl, 89, 142 Freeman, Michael Q23 .,.....,....,,..,.,,,,.. 73 Frieburg, John Q23 .... 83, 98, 99, 123 Frlebus, David Q13 ........ 88, 101, 115 Frisbie, Anne Q33 ..,.,,..., ........,....., 1 31 Frisbie, Felicity Q43 .... ...,.,... 1 42 Frigo, Frances Q23 ..... ,........... 1 23 Frisbie, Thomas Q23 ....,..,..., 83, 123 Frometa, Joseph Q23 ............ 108, 123 Frossard, Jean Q13 ....,.................,. 115 Fruechtenicht, Lynn Q33 .... 51, 131 Fugaie, Barb Q33 .....,...,,.....,..,........ 123 Fuller, Douglas Q13 .... 73, 78, 101, 115 Funk, Keith Q13 .......,..,. 88, 94, 115 Furlong, Nita Q13 ..... ........... . .. 55, 115 Furlong, Terrence Q33 .... 93, 104, 131 Furlong, Timothy Q33 ........ 103, 131 Gaare, Kathleen Q23 ........ 72, 123, 128 Gabler, John Q13 ....... ............... . .. 115 Gabler, Ruthe Q23 ................ 69, 123 Gaenzle, Edwin Q23 ........,............. 123 Gallagher, Robert Q43 81, 83, 103. 108, 142 Galloway, Elizabeth, Q33 52, 131, 136 Gamenthaler, Marion Q33 .............. 131 Garcia, Julian Q13 ...,........,.........,,.., 115 Gardner, Dianne Q23 .... 60, 123, 128 Gardner, Elaine Q43 ........................ 142 Gardner, Jerry Q23 .......... .....,.i....,.. 1 23 Gardiner, Michael Q23 .... ..... 8 8, 123 Garland, John Q33 ......... ......ii....-... 1 31 Garland, Karen Q13 . ...l........... 54. 115 Garms, John Q23 ......... .... S S, 94, 123 Garms, Michael Q13 .,..... 58, 115 Gatlin, Barbara Q-33 .......-.--.. 131 Gatlin, Jennifer Q13 ..... ...,,........-. . .. 115 Gates, Patricia Q43 ...,..........,. 77. 142 Gayle, Sherry Q23 .... 123, 127, 128 Geertz, Kathryn Q33 ........,...,,.. 83, 131 Gehrig, Cristine Q23 .....i.......... 83, 123 Gehrke Q43 ......,.......... 63. 142 Gehl, Susan Q43 ............ ..,.,.. - - 153 Gelser, William Q33 47, 131 Geissinger, Jeri Q13 ------ 71. 115 Geliert, Reinhard Q23 ......,.... .-..---.- 1 23 Gentile, Bonnie Q23 .....-.- . 1'-33. 127 Genevich, Roy Q13 .....,.. 88, 94, 115 Genisio, Diane Q13 .......,-- 55. 115 Genisio, Verne Q23 .....,. 64. 123 Gerleve, Mark Q13 ,..l......... , .,.,.,..-.-. 115 Gerts, Candace Q43 ...... ,..... 6 8, 78, 142 Gel-ts, Claudia Q33 ..,..... 58, 59 131 Gettlng, Pamela Q33 58, 59, 131, 136 Geyer, Lawrence Q23 ..........i. 105. 123 Gibbel, Charles Q43 .i.........- 103. 142 Gibbel, Greg Q13 .........i...... 90, 115 Gibler, Timothy Q33 78, 79. 81 .1 Gieske, Ruth Q43 ..,,..,,............i... 153 Gildemeister, Karen Q13 ........ 54, 115 Gillen, Elizabeth Q13 ........ ......... 1 15 Gillig, Lynn Q33 ------ ,,---, - --'--- 1 31 Gilmore, James Q43 ----- ---- 1 42 Gllmore, Mary Q33 .......... . ..... . 131 Gilmour, Linaa Q23 . ........-- -.,..--,------- 1 23 Gimbel, Edward Q23 ..,,.....--..-,-. 1'-33 Givens, Patricia Q23 56, 57, 75. Glauder, Deborah Q33 .........------------- 131 Glander, Jean Q13 ....... ..... 5 4. 115 Glaser, Connie C15 ...... ...... 1 15 Glaser, Donald C33 ..., ...,... . .. 131 Glaser, Rick C33 .,.....,.. .... 6 7, 131 Glaser, James K. C13 ..... ......,,. 1 15 Gleason, Patricia C11 ...... ..,....... 1 15 Gleason, Robert CBJ .,.....,........ .. 131 Gleichman, Robert C33 ..,..... 98, 131 Gl0d, Sandra C33 ............ .,,..... 1 31 Glomski, David C47 .,...,. ,...., 1 53 Glomski, Deborah C13 ,..,........... .... 1 15 Glorl, Linda C11 ..,,.....,,...,,,......, .... 1 15 Godwin, Lauri C27 , .... 54, S3, 123 Godzicki, Raymond C13 .... ,. ..... 115 Goebbert, Robert C43 52, 110, 142 156 Guebbert, Suzanne C15 ,,,,,,,,,,,,.,,.,, 115 Goedke, Brian C11 .....,, .. 69, 115 Gong, James C13 ........ ., ....,.... , 115 Goodman, Barry C23 ..... ....... ...... 1 2 3 Goodman, Ilona C19 ..... .... 7 1, 115 Grahow, Nancy C35 74, 106, 131, 136 Graczyk, Andrea C31 ...................... 131 Graczyk, Christine C47 ..... ,..... 1 42 Graczyk, Paulette C39 .,..... .......... 1 31 Graham, Beckay .To C43 .,...... .. .,.... 142 Graham, Mike C11 ,,4..,,,,,,, ,,,,,,, 8 8, 115 Graham, Peggay C15 ,,,,,,,,,,,, S0, 115 Graham, Robert C45 8T, 103, 110, 142 Grandt, David C21 ,,,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 123 Grant, Susan C35 .,....,., ..,.......... 1 31 GF3-S1l0l'Il, A1111 C11 ...A ,,.... .,....,,.,.... 1 1 5 Gra.shorn, Susan 1133 ............ 131, 186 Gratzer, Gery C23 ..,,,,.,,, ,,,,,,,, ,,,,, 1 2 3 Gray, LYHY1 C11 ....,.. ,... ....... . 1 15 Gray, Wur1'en C33 ,,,,,,,, .,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 1 3 1 Greeley, Paula C23 . .....,. 55, 81, 123 Gl'08l'l, ROUGH. C21 ...,,,, ,,,,,, ,,,,,44,,,,, 1 2 3 Green, Thomas C33 ,,,,.,,,,,,,1,,, ,,,, 1 31 Greene, Christine C41 55, 142, 156 Greene, Paul C23 ,,4,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,, ,, 3, 123 Greenwald, Robert C23 ....,.. ...,.,.. 1 23 Greenwald, Wendy C13 .,,,,,,,,,,, ,, 115 Grey. Daniel C21 101, 106, 107, 123 Griesmeyer, Carole C43 ,,,,.,,,,,,,,,,, 153 Griffith, Elizabeth C13 .... 54. 83, 115 Griffith, Scott. C3 ,,,.,,,,,,4,4,,,,,,,,,,, 131 Grob. Peggy C13 . ....... ......... 1 15 Groh, William C31 ,,..,l ,,,,,,1,,,,, 1 31 G1'0m. John C11 ------- -- 90, 115 Gronlund, Alan C23 ,,,,, ,,,,,,,,, 1 23 Gross, John C11 ,,,,,,,, ,,,, , ,,,,,, 1 15 Grossl, Fred C33 .,,,,,,,4.,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,, 1 31 GPOSS1, Louis C43 86, 87, 104, 105, 153 Grossnickle, Janet C33 ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 131 Grunwald, Gloria CBJ ,,,,1,,,,, ,,,,,,, 1 31 Guehther, Theodore C37 .,.. . .. 131 Guenther, Valerie C23 ..... .....,. 1 23 Guilfoil, .Tohn C35 ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,.,,,,,, Guilfoil, Gail C15 ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 54 115 Guilfoil, Colleen C21 22, 5-1, 60, 123, 12S Gullcyy, Leslie C23 ,.....,,,,......,,,,,,,, 123 Gunrlry, Paul C13 ,,,,,,, ,,,,.,,,,,,, 9 9 115 Gustason, Elizabeth CBJ .,.. 102, 153 Gustitus, Glenn C J ...,,,.,,..,,,.. 104 Gustlce, Kathleen C13 .... ..,., 5 fl, 115 Guy, Cindy C33 ....,. ......,. . 131 Haas, Michele C13 ...... 115, 119 Hacker, Dennis C-33 ...... ............,. 1 31 Hacker, Marilyn C25 ...... ,,,,.,.,,. 1 23 Hacker, William C43 .........,......,...... , 142 Had, Susan C15 .,.............. ,, ,.,. ..... , ., 115 Hadley, Michael C23 88, 94, 111. 123 Haeger, Martin C11 SS, 101 115 Hagenbaclr, Wendy H. C13 .... 65 131 Hagy, S. Scott CD ..........,. 90, 115 Hahn, Nicholas P. C21 .,.....,.....,. 123 Hahn, Peter J. C-ly .... 103, 106 142 Hahn, Rick A. C35 ...,............,..... 131 Hahn, Steven W. C35 .,.. .,....., 1 31 Haines, Terry R. C35 47, 103, 131 Halnsching, Christa C43 52, 78, 142 Haire, Kathleen C23 ,..,....,...... ,,... 1 23 Haire, Sally J. C47 . ........ ..............l.. 1 42 Halcleman, Ed. J. C11 .... 52, 115 120 Halden, Cynthia A. 113 ............ . ..,.,., .. Halden, Thomas C35 .... ,. ............. 131 Halcleman, Patricial C37 .... .. .......... 1131 Halek, Fred C21 .i... 94, 105, 123 Hnlsztll, Betsy C21 ............ ,, .......,. 123 Halsall, Robert C35 ................. . 131 Hamilton, Eric C11 . ....,...... 66, 115 Hamilton, Meredith L. C2l .. ........ 123 Hamilton, Peggy C23 .....,.. 123, 128 Hamley, .Terry C13 ................ .... 1 ,15 Hammond, Douglas C35 ..., 83, 131 Hanna, Lynn C45 ........... ..... . .. 153 Hansen, Barbara C43 55, 65, 66, 71, 142. 156 Hansen, Diana Lynn C39 ...,.......... 131 Hansen, Ileen M. C11 ...... ...... 1 15 Hansen, Paul .T. C13 ,..... ...,..,... 1 15 Hapke, Donna M. C21 ......,. Gs, 123 Harden, Sue Ann 41l .......,.... S0, 115 Harding, Janice E. C45 .... 55, GS, 142 Harding, Thomas S. C37 ,.,,. ,...... 1 31 Harer, Kathleen A. C11 ........... . 115 Hater, Linda K. C-33 ...................,.... 131 Harmon, Bruce NV. C35 78, 79, 136, 131 Harmon, Sheila Jane C33 .... 102, 131 Harms, Judy A. Cm ...........,....,.,, 123 Harper, Christine W. 123 ................ 131 Harper, Rolfe C. C15 ........ 88, 115 Harris, Gregory R. C23 94, 108, 123 Harris, .Tay C31 ...,........................,..... 131 Harris, Nancy D. C43 48, 60, 61, 7S, 81, 102, 142, 157 Hofmann, Susan C13 .,...... 54. 72, Hofmeister, Carol C33 .................. Hogan, Patrick C21 .... ........... . . Hoggay, Michael C35 ....... ............ Hollenbach, Robert C23 .. .... 99, Holley, Marcia C23 52, 77, 123, Hollinger, Gail C45 56, 65, 78, 88, Hollmeyer, Susan 113 5-1, SO, Holloway, John C29 .....,.......... 76, Holman, Andrea C21 ,..,... ...........,. Holmes, Robyn C11 , ..................... .. Holste, Susan C43 ........ 66, 83, Holt, Jana C21 ........................ 83, Holzem, Barbara C11 ........ .......... Hooker, Joseph C39 .... 90, 110, Hooker, Pamela. C23 ........ . ......... , Hodson, Ronald C13 ..... .... 9 6, Hoppe, Deborah C43 ..,.... Horbowy, William C33 ..... Horcher, Candy C11 Horn, Marcia C21 .... ., I-Iorecka, Susan C31 ....... ..... Hourigan, Nancy up . ............. 62, Howard, Craig C41 59, 61, Howard, Jeffrey C21 .... 88, 101, Howard, Mark C33 .... .. .......... 97, Howe, Thomas C37 .. . ...... 110, Hruby, Kathleen C13 .... 54, 64, Hruby, Monica C45 , ............. 48, Hruby, Patricia C33 54, 78, 102, Harris, Peggy Ellen C11 -14, 45, 55, 80, 115 Harris, Thomas A. C13 SS, 94, 115, Harris, William J. C35 ..... .... 3 2, 87 Hart, David A. C25 ........,............... 123 Hart, John K. C43 ..,...............,... 155 Harth, Debra L. C43 ............ 89, 153 Harth, Fred J. C22 ........ 87, 101, 123 Harth, Michael J. C45 ........ 142, 155 Harth, Paul J. C35 ............ 87, 131 Hartig, Michael J. C25 ................. 123 Hnrth, Nancy L. C13 .... 55, 89, 115 Harth, Peter J. C13 .... 88, 101, 115 Harrung, Paul E. my ..,.,..,........., 115 Hartung, Robert E. C25 .............. 123 Haskins, Christine B. C21 7S, 123, 128 Hathaway, Nancy L. C15 ............ 115 Hauf, Linda. D. C23 ........ ...... ........ 1 2 3 Hauf, Susan F. C31 ........ .... 7 8, 131 Haughey, Irene K. C4-J 44, 79, 81, , 102, 142 Hauff, Dorothy M. C25 54, 7S, 123 Haughey, James L. C23 66, 78, 123 Hauptly, Janis L. C23 .... 54, 78, 123 Hauth, Denise C13 .. ........ 72, 115 Hawkins, Debbie A. C47 78, 79, 142 Hawkins, William C13 .................... 115 Hawley, Virginia K. C39 47, 52, 56, 79, V 81, 89, 131, 135, 136 Hayes, Kevin J. C25 ........,... 111, 123 I-Iayn, William C23 ....... ............,.,. 1 23 Hayn, Linda. C11 ....... , ......,,,,,,, 115 Hayward, Patricia C. C23 .... .... 1 23 Hayward, Terri J. C11 ............,.,,.. 115 Hzizard, Pamela J. C113 ................ 142 Hazen, William R. C43 61, 63, 73, 79, Sl, 14:2 Heckenclorf, Cathy E. C23 ........ . ,... 123 Heckman, Cynthia M. C19 ............ 115 Heclburg, Wendy C25 102, 123, 128 Heffernan, John C23 ..................,... 123 Heffernan, William C23 52, 93, 105, 123, 128 Helden, Laura C45 ........................ 153 Heidenson, Steven C15 ....... ...... 1 15 Heidt, Susan Elaine C33 ........ 131 Heimsoth, Thomas C23 ..,.,.,.....,.,. 123 Heimsoth, Dianne C33 .,................,. 131 Heinemann, Wilbert C31 S7, 110, 131 Heinz, Frank J. C43 .........., ...,,....... 1 55 Heintz, Gail C17 ................ . .......... 115 Heise, Gordon C11 ........ 88, 101, 115 Heiser, Regina C35 ....,.........,,.,,,,,,, 131 Heisler, Mary C23 ................ .. ...... 123 Heisler, Patricia C47 .... 50, 83, 142 Helbling, Paul CD .... ........... 1 01, 115 Helman, Thomas C25 .................... 127 Hembd, Patricia C13 ......,........,.,.. 115 Herneney, Donna 443 ,,,.,,,,,,..,,,,,.,, 143 Hemphill, Blaine C11 .,,, 76, 101, 115 Hemstreet, Dennis C33 .....,,,,.,......,,. 131 Hendrickson, Bruce C13 ,,,,,.. ., ...,,,, 115 Henclrickson, Patricia C23 .......,..., 123 Henry, Henry C33 ......,,,.,,,,,, ,,,,,,,, 1 31 Herbst, Thomas C33 ...,,.,,..,, 83, 131 Herdrich, Deborah C23 ........ 72, 123 Hermes, Margaret C21 54, 78, 95, 123, 128, 129, 135 Hernandez, Dolores C23 .,...,....,....,.. 123 Hernandez, Lupe C15 .... 90,l 100, 121 Hernandez, Ricardo C29 87, 100, 104, 123 Herr, Michael C43 ....,.,. ,,,.....,i.,,,,,, 1 43 Herrick, Cynthia C25 . ....... ...,....., 1 23 Herrmann, Jean C23 , .,..... 71, 72, 123 Herrmann, Edith C13 .... ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 1 15 Hess, Alan C23 ,... .... .............. J .2-3 Hetke, Richard C31 .... 63, 131 Hetzke, Robert C33 ............ 67, 131 Heyer, Constance C21 ...., ,,,,,,,,,, 1 23 Heyer, Deborah C33 ..,,,,, , ,,,,,,,,,., 131 Hlckling, Darius C39 ,. ...........,.. 72, 131 Hickox, Martha C33 .... .. ..,..... .... 1 31 Hicks, Sharon C41 .... 65, 102, 143 Hldding, Douglas C45 ,... ..,..,,.,.,,,, ,,,, 1 5 5 Higdon, Roxanna, C35 ........ 81, 131 Higdon, Thomas M. C15 ........ 91, 115 Higgs, Karen C19 .,...,. ...... ...... 8 0 , 115 Hilb, Karen C21 .....,...,.,.,.. 62, 123, 128 Hilborn, Stephen C21 ..,..,,. .. ,,.. ,... 1 23 Hilclinger, Fred C43 .................,,,.... 155 Hilclinger, George C11 ........,..,.,..,.,. 116 Hilgenfelrl, James C29 91, 96, 111, 123, 129 Hilgenfem, Jan C41 55, 56, 65, 66, 143, 156, 159 I-Illgenfelrl, .Tenger C23 52, 77, 123, 128 Hill, Dennis C23 ............ ..., ,.,,i ,...,, 1 2 3 Hin, Gary my ....... .... fs 9, 73, 143 Hill, Gay C13 ..........,. ........... ....,. 1 1 6 Hillert, Judith C25 .,.... ...,,,. 5 4, 123 Hillman, Kristen C13 .......,....,,,, 116 Hilton, John C17 ....,.., 88, 99, 116 Hilton, Laura. C41 ...,..,..... .......... 1 53 Hilton, Sandra C33 54, 79, 81, 83, 131, 136 Hinneberh, William C13 . ..,,,,. 88, 116 Hippie, Mark C49 .........,.................,,, 143 Hoban, Deborah C33 ...,.............,..., 131 Hochstetler, Douglas C23 BS, 101. 108, 123 Hodge, Sue C21 ,,,...... . ..,...,,.,,,..,i.... 123 Hodge, Mary C43 .............. ,. ...,,,..l, 153 Hodges, Kimberly C33 .....,.,.... 78, 131 Hodges, Pamela C15 .,.,.,.,..., 80, 116 Hoese, Robyn C29 54, 81, 123, 128 Hoff, Robert C31 ..,. ,,.,..,.,... 1 10, 131 Hoffman, Sheila C13 ..... ...........,. 1 16 Hoffman, Jewel C13 .....,.. . 116 1 Hruslca, Slusan C27 .... 52, 89, 124, Hubbard, Susan C35 ...,. ,...... 5 9, Huber, Edward C43 ....,..........,...... Huber, Penelope L33 ,..,, .... . , .,,. ,. Huber, Robert CU ..... .... S 3, Huclec, Barbara C11 80, Hughes, Wlallace C29 ..... .... 1 08, Hughes, Vicki C43 ...... ...,....... Hughes, William C33 ..... ..,, 1 10, Hugill, Deborah C25 .,,,....,,.,,,...,,,,...,. Hull, Kenneth Don C33 ..,. 131, I-Iult, Robert J. C23 ........ 88, 9-l, Huns'cker, Barry C35 ........,.,..,,,,... Hurley, Kathleen C13 .,... ., 54, 83, Hurley, Keith C43 78, 79, 81, 83, Huster, Cheryl C41 ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,..,,,, Huster, Linda. C13 .. ........ 55, SO, Hutchings, Joseph C23 ............ 78, Hutchins, Bruce C33 ,,,.., Huter, James C15 ........ , .,.,. 90, Huter, John C45 .....,... ,. ,..,., 72, Hutter, Ernee C17 ..... 55, 80, Huysmans, Anita C21 .....,.... Hveem, Per C33 ...,.... 52, 90, 91, Ingebretsen, Debra C41 ,,,,,,,,,,,,., Inselberger, Greg C33 ,,,,,,,,.,,, 67, Inselberger, Susan C21 ., ..... . 68, Isaacs, J. Michael C23 ..., 99, 124, Isaacs, J. Nicholas C3J 78, 79, 98, Isaacson, Alan C35 ,,,,,,,,,,,, 131, Jackson, Anne C45 .,,..... 78, 89, Jackson, Ridgely C41 .... ,. .............. ., Jacobs, Arden C49 ..,... ..,.,, S 7, Jacobs, Laura C11 ,,,,,,,,, , ,,,,,,,, N Jacobs, Peter C13 ,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,, 9 0, Jacobsen, Christine C2J ,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,. Jacoby, Janis C45 ,.,,,,,.,,,,,,,,,,,, 89, -Tflcflby. Mark C23 ........ 88, 94, Jahnke, Debra. C21 ,,,,,,,,, , ,,,,,,,,,,,,, A Jandl, Rae C45 ,,,,,,, , ,,,,,,,,,,,,, A Jarocki, Linda C41 .,,. .. Jarocki, Lydia Cl? ..., . .,,....... . Jam, Bin 421 .... . ..,....... .... 6 4, Jarnholm, Eva, C33 ,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,, Jarnholzn, Leif C23 ,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,, Jaskula, Janet C33 .,,,,,,, 4, ,,,,,, 78, Jaskula, Katy C15 ,,,, ,,,,,,,,, 80, Jasper, Martha C13 .... 52, 83, 116, Jaster, Jeffrey C13 ..,.,,,. ,,,,,,,, Jenkins, Jack C23 ..,1,,,,,,,.,,,,,,,,,, Jenkins, Laura C35 ,,,,,,,,,,,, M, Jensen, Dale Howard C23 .... ..... Jensen, Robert C33 ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,, Jensen, Jeffrey C13 ,,,, A ,,,, Jessogne, Guy C43 .. ...,. Jfrasek, George C25 ..... ,...... 1 01, Johansen, Carol C13 ,,,., ,, ,,,,,,,, ,, Johns, Catherine C23 .... ,..,. 5 4, Johns, Warren C33 ,,,,,,,., ,,,,,,,,,,, Johnson, Barbara. C45 .,,,,, ,, ,,,,,,, 83, Johnson, Bob C35 ,,,,,,,. ,,,,,,,, I 64 Johnson, Cynthia A. C49 44, 48, 63, 102, Johnson, Cynthia J. C43 .... 78, Johnson, Dean C-il .,.............. Johnson, Elinor C29 , ......... ,. Johnson, Elizabeth C21 ,,,,,,,,,,,, ,,,, Johnson, Emmy Lou C31 ,,.,.,., 132, Johnson, James C21 ,........,..,,,,. . ,.,,. . Johnson, Janet C23 .,,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,, Johnson, Joanne C43 66, 68, 71, 153, Johnson, Kathleen C45 ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, Johnson, Linda C21 ..,.,,..,.......,.,,,,,, Johnson, Lynn C33 55, 78, 81, Johnson, Melanie C11 ..................i... Johnson, Nancy C13 ................,.,....,., Johnson, Pamela J. C39 ........ 78, Johnson, Pamela Sue C41 56, 57, 153, Johnson, Pamela C13 ............ 102, Johnson, Richard C23 .....,.. 78, Johnson, Robert H. C31 110, Johnson, Susan M. C37 52, 54, 95, 132, 116 131 127 131 123 128 143 116 123 124 116 143 124 116 131 124 116 143 131 116 124 131 116 131 124 131 131 116 143 131, 136 128 131 143 131 116 116 124 143 131 55 143 124 131 116 143 143 116 124 131 116 1413 116 124 131 155 131 124 128 131 132 143 143 143 116 116 124 153 124 124 153 143 116 124 132 124 132 116 120 116 124 132 124 132 116 143 124 116 124 132 143 72 61, 153 143 143 124 124 136 124 124 77, 156 143 78 132, 136 116 116 132 61, 160 116 124 132 59. 136 Johnson, Susan R. C13 52, 83, Johnston, Annette C41 .......,........., 143 Johnston, Bert C11 .... .l .... 88, 116 Jokiel, Carol C21 .............................. 12-1 Jones, Barbara C13 .......,.... 80, 116 Jones, Janice C41 .... 78. 102. 143 Jones, Jennifer C31 .......,. ,... ......... 1 3 2 Jones, Patricia C43 ..........,-.i.-.-.--..--. 59 Jones, Ronald C33 ...... 21. 132 Joost, Karen C45 .... ........-- 1 54 Jordan, Hugh C49 .......,,........,........ 1-ill Jordan, Mark C45 ....,.,. ....... 97, 144 Jorgensen, Kenneth C35 93, 108, 132 Josih, Scott C41 75. 81. 83. 97, 144 Josif, Taffney C13 .... 80, 116. 120 Judson, Doug C33 87, 97, 110, 132 Kadow, Bob C25 ........i-.. ----- 1 24 Kahling, Mark C41 --i-- 9 ------ ------ 1 '14 Kalinski, Karen C2J .,........,..-.------i-i 1954 Kalwitz, Kent C15 .,.....i..........-.- - 116 Kamp, P2l.t1'lcla C33 33, 56, 62, 78, 81. 132 Knminski, Steven C33 ...,.,.............. 132 Kamrath C33 ...,....,.i....... ------ 6 3 Kane, Patricia C27 ....... .... 1 24 Kane, Susan C13 .,....i ----, 1 15 Kanne, Linda C23 . A... ...-....-.-,--- - 134 Kargol, Ellen C23 ...... -.--..,------ 7 5, 194 Kasen, Ann C13 ......l....,....,. 33. 116 Kasl, Darrell C49 ........ S7. 104. 114 Kasprzak, Gary C41 - ---,---- 72, 144 Kastens, Lehi Marie C31 .l....-.------ 132 Kastning, Susan C43 Y .,......... 89, 154 Katovich James C25 .,..... -,,---.--- 1 24 Katovich Michael C32 .......l.....l.... 132 Katz, J. C15 ................... .......,.,.-.-.. 1 16 Kaucher, C111'iS C4-J ..l- 87, 110, 144 Kaucher, Jo C25 ........---.--. A 124. 133 Keating, Thomas C33 ...----,---------.-- 132 Kehe, Jack C43 ...,........,.., 78, 79, 144 Kehe, J. Alltlrew C23 87, 105, 124 Kche, Jean C15 ------..----------A 74' 115 Kehe, Kathlyn C41 ........ 65, 56, 144 Kane, Marilyn C15 ........ A... - . --.----.-- 116 Keilman. James C33 --.-.--- --4--- 1 Q2 Kelhi, Christine C43 ...--.---4-l------.-- - 104 Kelhi, Germaine C23 -.l-.-----------.------ A 124 Keller, John C23 BS, 105. 124. 144 Keller, Rosalie C23 --4---4- 50' 311 124 Keller, Wilma C13 v.-. ------- - - ---- 1111 Kellogg, Jean C23 ---' Y 124 Kelly, Robert C37 ...... ........ 1 32 Kelly, William C13 .....l -..---'-,' 1 16 Kelter, Susan C45 Y.... --.- 65. 144 Kempisty, William C11 -.-- ----------- 1 1f5 Kendall, Susan C35 .....,. '78, 132 Kennedy. Gary C43 l..- --f- - -- ---------- 144 Kennedy, Greg C13 ........, 88, 116 Kennedy, Eugene C41 -Y -A--'---- S7 Kennedy, Thomas C23 ...l. .... 9 9. 124 Kenney, Bonnie C13 ..... ...,.l.. 1 16 Kenny, James C47 ---------- 11-4 Kenninger, Steve C23 -.'--- 73, 124 Kenny, Charles C21 ..-- - -------.- 124 Keough, Daniel C15 , .....,-Y----A---'- ---- 1 16 Keough, Maureen Cfll .... 66. 154 Kephztrt, Michael C35 . ....-.,,--------. I --'- 1 32 Kerr, Peggy C49 --4-4---'--- 61, 62, 144 Kessner, Jolly 137 -.-.. . .... 67, 162 Kessler, Linda CD H ----A----- 116 Khile, Sherrie C21 ..-- 124 Kleca, Joanne C23 ..--,- ---- --4--- 1 2 4 Kieca, Karen C47 ...-,-- --,- 6 5. 144 Kleck, William CD ..., .,....Y. 1 16 Kiel, Larry C39 ..,. ---- V 132 Kimball, Curtis C49 ..... -l--- 1 44 Kimball, Deborah C21 .... ,v--.---., . 124 Kincller, Constance C13 .,-,..-,---l--- 115 Kindler, Robert C45 .... 60, 69, 73 144 Kindler, Thomas C11 . ....... . ..,....... 116 King, Barbara Lynne C27 70, 102, 124 King, Thomas C13 ---- 54, 115, 120 Kinsley, Janis C43 .,.............. 78. 144 Kirby, Jeff C13 ....., ...,. . ...l....,..... 1 16 Kirchhoff, Lynn C33 78, 81, 1432, 136 Kirchner, David C43 -----4-4-------- 52. 144 Kirchoff C23 .,.........,..., . .-......Y,-, 124 Kirchner, Phyllis C26 52, 81, 95, Kirkland, Karen C21 54, 81, 124. 128 Kivlahan, Jean C11 ........,...... . 116 Kleiner, Wayne C13 ................ SS, 116 Kleiner, Lynnda C19 ,..... .,.. 6 4 116 Kleisner, John C33 .l.......... 104, 132 Klimek, Kristin C13 ........,...,......... 116 Klingenmaier, Wilma C19 .........,. .. 116 Klingner, Harold C33 .... .... 1 32 Klingner, Thomas C27 ..., ,.... 1 24 Klippert, Mary C41 ...,,... ....... 1 44 Kloepfel, Cynthia C31 ....., ..,........ 1 32 Kloepfel, Ronald C31 .,...... 132, 134 Kluesing, Terry C29 .,.... 111, 124 Knaack, Michael C25 ...... 72, 124 Knauf. Lisa. C33 ......... ..... 6 8. 132 Knight, George C19 .... .... . .... , 116 Knight, Mary C35 .... , ...... 132 Knoll, Bruce C21 ..... ........,.. 1 24 Knorr, Bryce C31 .....,......,... 87, 132 Knox, Kerry C21 .,..,, ...........,......,. 1 24 Koch, Marybetll C33 78, 95, 132, 136 Koch, Patricia C15 32, 53. 80, 95, 116, 120, 121 Koch, Susan C33 .............,.,.l.............. 132 Koclanis, Kathryn C11 .... ,..,. . . 116 Koehler, Candace C25 .,....., , .,.. 124 Koeneke, Jeannette C29 ..............,. 124 Koeneke, Karla C33 .................... 66 132 Koeneke, Charles C11 ...... 91, 116 163 Koeneman, Kenneth 143 87, 105, Koeneman, Kevin 123 ,,A4,,4,,,,,,,,,, Koerner, Brad 113 ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,4,, Koerner, James 123 .... Kohler, Joan 113 . .... 99, 54, Kohn, Joann 123 ,,,, ,.,.,,,.,.,,,,,,,A4,, Kolari James 3 . 1 3 ---- Kolczak, Joseph 143 ...., 93, 104, Kolman, Patrick 143 ,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,, Kolze, Barbara 143 55, 71, Komarek, Gary 123 ....,... 64, Kopesky, Patricia 133 vs, 106, Koriath, John 113 .........,,...,.,,,..,., Kort, Cynthia 113 ,........... 95, Kort, Marty 133 116, 89, Kortc, Craig 133 ...,............ Korte, Gary 133 .......,...,........,........... Kost, Susan 123 ..... Koster, Ken 123 ...,.,,, 105, Kouzmanoff, Constance 54, vs, 116, 123 124, 144 124 116 124 116 124 132 155 155 144 1214 132 110 121 132 132 132 128 124 129 . 91 Kowalski, Jeff 113 .....,... ,..... ..,......... Kowalski, Lee 123 ...........,,.,. Kramer, Mark 133 ..,. . Kranz, Mary 123 ,... Kranz, Michael 123 Kranz, Victoria 143 Kreiclich, John 143 96, 132, 71, Kresge, Alecla 143 ..... Kurzlca, Pamela C23 , ........--- 55. Kresge, Paul 113 ...... Krieman, Jean 113 ...... Kriernan, Valerie 123 Krol, Gregory 113 .....,. Krull, Donna 113 ...... Ki sh Barbara 113 'y . -f'-- Krysh, Michael 143 ...,. Kub'cek, Robert C21 Kubin, Catherine 123 Kubin, Mary 133 . ........ Kubin, Jerrilyn 113 ..... Kudsk, Laura 133 ..,.,... 67 Kuenstler, Joyce 113 ..... .i.. . .. 80, Kuffel, Lorne 113 .............,.,.... 88, Kuharich, Donna 133 52, 95, Sl, Kuhl, Alfred 133 ...... . ........... 87, Kunz, Ruth 113 ..,...,......,.. 80, Kunkel, Jeanne 133 . ,...... 64, 132, Kunkel, Scott C13 .... Kunz, Mary 143 ...... Kurtz, Patrick C31 ........ Kushwara., Frances 113 .....-.---- ------- Kushwara, John 133 ......------ 37, Kuykendall, John 123 SS, 105, Kwiecinski, George C43 ---,---------- Kwiecinski, Robert 123 .- ,,---.--- ---- - ,- Lacker, Dana 133 59, 81, 89, Lackcr, Eve 113 .... 63. 30- 115. Lacker, Kim 143 .,..--,---,- ,A-- ---- 8 1 , Ladd, Sheri 123 .....,-----,--- ---,------------- Ladd, Tracy 133 .-------,, -- ----------- - LaDue, Michael 123 72, Lake, Kenneth 133 ..l.. .... , .---.-- Lalond, Alan 133 ---- -----"-A- 3 71 Lalond, Joe 113 ,---- - --,----------------- - Lalish, Joanne C21 . ....... 81. 124, Landon, Celeste 123 .------------v Y- 78, Landwehr, James C33 ----'-.----------- -- Landwehr, Kathleen 143 79, Lanclwehr, Robert C21 81, Laney, Linda 143 ......... . ...... . Langerock, Anita. C35 ----- Langerock, Mary C23 -A ----- Langhout, John 1113 . .......... Langhout, Michael C33 110, 87 Lanoue, Michele 123 ................ 72, Lanzon, RiChal.'d ill ----- ------4--- Larabee, James 143 ...,. .... 7 2, Lai-rison, Karl C13 ------- ---'---- Larsen, Geraldine 143 ..... .,-.-- Larsen, Gregory C43 ----- ------- Larsen, Joan C13 '---- - ---- ------ ---' - A Larson, David F- C29 W --,-------- - ---"-- Larson, Debra 113 ------4- 54, 7,1, Larson, Carol Ruth 123 ----- - ----- 05. Larson, James 133 ------,- '78, 79, Larson, Larry C33 ---,---,---- -------- 9 31 Larson, Mark 123 --,----+------------ 99- Larson, Marta Lynn 117 -------- 30, Larson, Scott 133 -------,-,-- 110, Larson, Susan 113 ---,-----44 ------------ Larson, Stephen 143 ....... ........- Larson, Susan K. 143 .------- asheff Robert 125 Laslo, Lash er, Latta, Latte, Lauf er, Laurin, Laurin, Laurin Lawlis, Lebbin, Lechelt, Laurie 123 .... Leckie, .. ..... 124 65, 55, vs, '19, 91, cnrisrie 133 .................. ,-.- L ', Lasswell, Sharon 123 Andrea 133 Susan 113 Roger 113 -...,,------------,- Stephen 133 Clifford C25 , ..... ,. 78, 83, Dana. 133 .......,-----------f -------' sn-1 can .......... . --..-..--,--.-- -- Lauterluurg, Cathrin Anita 14:7 ---- 59, 64, 145, 145, Karen 143 ..,.....,--- 102, 124, Bruce 133 e 133 .............. Lee, Dorothy 113 Lee, Randolph 143 Lee, Steve C31 .-,---- --------.- 5 -- Leisten Leister, Lemar, Lemein , Lemein, Lemmo Lenhardt, Deborah 123 164 Leighton, Lynneite , Mary Ann 143 111 Marcia 125 .----- Donna. C41 Gregg 143 ---- ns, Thomas 123 Trudy 133 . ...----- 124 134 124 124 14.4 144 14-1 116 116 124 116 116 116 80 124 124 132 116 132 116 116 132, 136 132 116 136 116 144 132 124 116 132 122, 128 155 124 132 120 144 124 132 124 132 132 116 128 124 124 154 124 144 132 J 24 145 132 124 116 145 116 145 157 116 124 116 124 132 135 124 116 132 116 145 145 124 128 132 116 116 132 1.24. 132 132 132 132 156 158 128 132 116 145 ' 132 154 116 124 145 145 132 124 124 Lenharrlt, Marc 143 ............,. .. 8, 145 Leme, Janet 123 A... 78, 102, 121, 128 Lentlne, Frank 143 .,..,,.,...,.,...,,,.,,,,, 145 Lepkowski, Carol 123 ..,... ,. 63, 124, 128 Lerclienfeld, Christine 123 .... 81, 124 Leverick, Mike 113 ,.,. ,,,,.,,,,..,,,,,.,,,,, 1 16 Levecke, Charles 133 ..........., 83, 132 Levecke, Mary 113 .... ,,.,,........,,.. 1 16 Lewan, Donald 113 ........ 90, 94, 116 Lewan, Ronald 113 ............ 94, 116 Lewanclowski, Ronald C21 ...... 124 Lewis, John 143 ............... .......,., 1 .54 Lewis, Leslie 133 ............ 71, S1, 132 Leydig, Deborah 113 32, SO, 95, 116, 120 Liddell, Marli 143 87, '32, 110, 155 Liclge, Ernest C31 ,............,. ...,.,,... 1 32 Lidge, Kenneth 113 ,.,....,.. .. 78, 116 Tfdge, Ralph 143 .,.............. 99, 145 Lighthall, David 113 .... 69, 99, 116 Lighthall, Richard 143 .... 97, 145 Liken, Raymond C31 ..,. ............. 1 32 Liljegren, Mark 113 ......... ..... . 116 Lilleberg, Victoria, C21 . ....... 81, 124 Lincoln, James 113 ................,..,..,... 116 Lincoln, Theresa 143 .... 66, 145, 156 Lind, Patricia 133 .......... . ...,... 39, 132 Linclblacl, Erick C21 ..., 73, 96, 124 Lindmarlc, Catherine 113 ....,......,.,.. 116 Linclmark, Myra 143 ..................., 145 Linilquist, Zoe 113 .....,.. .......,.. 1 16 Lindsey, Pamela 133 ....,. ..... 1 02. 132 Lindsey, Dennis 123 ....... ......,.--. 1 24 Lindsey, Susan C43 --.- .,---,.- ---- 1 5 4 Lindsey, Kevin 133 ..... .... 9 S. 132 Lindsey, Margaret 113 ........ 69, 116 Lindsay, Deborah 113 ..,...-----.------ 115 Lindstrom, Linne C43 50, 56, 73' 102, 145, 156 Linneweh, Mary 113 ..---.-- 54, 115 Linsey, Charles 143 ------.------4--,--- A- 145 Lister, John 143 ...----- ,---- --------- S 7 1 145 Livingstom, Charles C23 ---- 72- 124 Locken, Andy C23 . ---------,------ V --AA-, 124 Lockwood, David 123 .... 72, 124, 123 Lockwood, Diane 113 -----,-.- ----A------ 0 4 Lockwood, Linda 111 -,-.,-.. ----- 1 32 Lockwood, Melody fl? ,---- A ------- --'---- 1 16 Loeffler, Edwin 113 .--.-------- ----'----A 1 16 Loeser, Debbie fll ----'---------- --'--'- 1 16 Logsdon, Randall 123 .... 78, 96, 12? Long, Margaret 123 ------------ A -,------- 144 Lonergan, Geoff 125 ----A Y -------A- - 124 Lorch, Steven C17 --,----' --'--'----- - - 125 Loughrin, Craig C23 --.- ----- 3 3, 1-44 Loriss, Denise 123 -,---------- ----------- - 12,45 Loughran, Leea 133 ....... . 132, 131 Lougm-an, Steph 113 -------- 116- 120 Loughman, Robert 123 ..,..,.. 111, 151 Louis, Nancy 127 ---A-4------- -A--A--'--- -"- 1 3 4 Love, Tim 123 -------- A ---A------ f 106' 150 Lowell, Clall'E C35 -----f---- ---'-4 6 7' 15 Lucas, June C33 581 591 891 136 Luflil, Gregory 03 ----------- V ---- 641 6 Luedeking, Peter C13 -------- 641 152 Luedeking. Susan 135 --', 54, 64' 145 Luhrsen, Candace 143 ---, 47, 521 116 Luhrsen, Kurt 113 -,------ 90' 99' M Lumpp, William 123 .---.------ --------- 1 3 Lusmii, Cheryl can ,------ ---,-,---- - -- 1 2 Luggman, William C23 ---- -'A--""" 1 24 Luster, Gordon GD --------- ---"""' ' "' 132 Lusteck, Susan 117 ----- 641 151 Lusteck, Cheryl -----,, --'---'--- -'116 Luther, Gail C17 -'----- ""' 1 45 Luther, Scott 143 ----- A ---- '2 Lykken, Luke 133 -"-' 124 Lynch, Joseph 123 ---'A Lynk, Michael 123 -,------- '--- ' " Machacek, Kenneth f47 ------ ---------- 1 '15 Mack, Denise 113 ------,----- ---- 3 0' 116 Mack, Eugene 133 --------- ------------ 7 2 Mackey, Christine C23 ------ A --'---- 1?5 Mader, Susan C23 ----------- ---' 1 25 Maierhoffer, Joanne C23 ----- 325 Maierhoffer, Judith 145- -.--- A '--- 134 Main, Lycia C23 -,----- 4"----- V -4--- 1-5 Mahn, Richard -,,----------' -------------' ' ainero, Terry -----f-------- ------"-' Dlilllialcolmson, Kenneth 123 90, 94. Maloney, Melanie 123 81, 125, 123 Maitman, Elizabeth 133 .... 132, 139 Maltman, James 123 52, 94, 103, 12-3 Mamninit, Ben C13 -------v-4------ - --4---- 116 hianrlele, Mary C37 --f--------- ------'------- 1 32 Mandela, Mike 113 ...........-- 1 .- 94, 116 Mandolini, .Tudy 143 ..-- 54. 05, 62, 145 Mangan, Frank 131 -----'--------------- 132 Manning, Kathy 113 ---4--'----'------ Y- 116 Manning, Kevin 123 --,------'-----'------ Manos, James C33 -..... .. 64, 75, 1:35 Manos, John 123 88, 101, 111, 142: Marcussen, Brian 1-13 -v-A-------- - -'A-- 145 Mar-gel, Linda 133 ---v--------A------- ---- 1 32 Marinello, Brian Ugg ---- 336 s Pe 4 , y , 1 1 Mark , SKY C 3 89' 146 Markstrom, Karen 133 54. 56, 78, 79, Sl, 33, 132 136 Mai-schman, Cathey 123 -------------- 125 Marschman, Terry 133 -..---'-------.--- 132 Marshall, Anita 133 -..-- ------------.- 1 32 Marshall, Ginidir 143 ........--------- 155 Marshall, Marianne 123 .... 54, 125, 128 Marszlek, David 133 ........ 90, 110, 132 Martel, Donald 123 ...... 105, 125 Martel, Wnberi 113 ....... ..,... 1 04, 146 Martens, Robert 113 ..... .........-.-.. 1 16 Martin, Linda 123 ..,. .,,.. 6 9, 125 Martin, Sharon 133 ..,.,. ..,, 1 02, 132 Martin, Therese 113 ..... ...,.,,,, 1 16 Martin, Victoria 113 .,,,., ,,4,4,,,,,,. 1 16 Miifllm, Janet 123 ...... .... 6 9, 125 Maruni, Steven 133 ,,,,Y, ,,,,,,,,,,, 1 32 Marzec, Nancy 113 ,.,,.,,, ,,,,,,, 1 16 Massa, Ken. 113 ........,.,,.,,,, .,,,,,,,, , 116 Matschinegg, Joanne 133 .,.,.....,...,.. 132 Mattix, Gregory 123 ..... 100, 125 Maun, Kimberly 133 ..,,.,..,..,..,,,,,, 132 Maxe, Janis 133 .,.......,,,,,,,...,,.,,,,,,,, 132' Mfay, Kenneth Allan 143 103, 104, 106, 156 Maybee, Debbie 123 ...,,.,,,,,,,,,,.,,,,,, 125 Mayer, Dawn 133 . .....,...., 55, 73, 132 Mayhercy, James 133 .,.,,A,,,4,, 75, 132 Mayhercy, Jon 113 .,.,.,.... ,,,,,,, 1 17 MacArthur, Jim 133 ,,... 132 McBride, Cathy 133 .... 132 McCabe, John 113 ..,..,,,,, ,,,, 1 17 McAfee, Thomas 133 ...,,, 132 McArthur, Lee 123 .. ,. 124 McCall, Lindsay 123 l ..... ..... 1 24 McCall, Mike ..,.,,.,,,,,...,.,,,,,,.,,,,,,, ,,.,,,, 8 3 McAllister, Stephen 113 , ,,.,,.,,,,,,,, 117 McCalllster, Gary 143 103, 106, 110, 1-15 McCai'ter, Donna 133 ...,...,.,,,l,,,,.,,, 132 McClellan, Marsha 113 .... 55, 80, 117 McClellan, Michael 133 .....,...,.,,..,., 132 McCollum, Betsy 113 95, 117, 120, 121 McCormick, Judith 133 . .,..,.,,,.. ,. 132 McCoy, Bob 113 ........ SS, 101, 117 McCoy, Kenneth 113 .... 88, 96, 117 McCoy, Patrick 1,33 .........,...,..,.,,., 132 McCratic, Darlene 133 ........ 69, 132 MCCl'3flC, Pamela 113 ....,..,,,,,, , 117 McDonald, Beth 133 63, 102, 132, 134 McDonald, John 133 ........ 87, 132 McDonald, Maureen 133 .................. 132 McDonald, Meg 113 ....... , ..,...,,..,,.,,,,, 117 McDonald, Robert 113 .... 88, 101, 117 lX'Ic'Donnell, Dawn 133 .....,.. 132, 135 McDonnell, John 133 100, 103, 104, 132 McDougall, Linda. Lou 143 .......,,. 145 McDougall Gary 133 .... ..,............ 1 32 McDougall Jerry 123 ..............,.,. 124 McDougall Patrick 133 ........ 33, 132 McElhose, Linda C23 36, 54, 72, 74, 124, 12S McGowan, Ian Craig 113 ............ 117 McGowan, Mark 133 ...,................ 132 McGrath, Janet 143 ..,,.,.,,....,............ 154 McGrath, Patrick C13 ..., 88, 94, 117 McGrath, Timothy 123 ................ 124 McGrath, William 133 83, 132, 136 McGuffey, C. David 143 87, 92, 145 McGuire, Jeff 113 ,.., ...,.. ...... 9 9 , 117 McGurer, Candi 123 ........,............. 124 McKay, Alistair 133 78, 90, 100, 132 McKay, Kyle 113 ....,...,........... 54, 117 McKay, Patricia. Ann 133 ........ 132 McKay, Scott L. C23 75, 128. 101, 108, 124 McLean, Mary A. 113 . ....... 69, 117 McMillan, Guy 123 .......,.... ......... 1 24 McMillan, Jacqueline 123 ..,. 81, 124 McNamara, Czlthleen 143 .........,,. 145 McNeal, Susan 113 55, 80, 117, 120 McReyno1ds, Karen 133 24, 70, 132, L36 McReynolr1s, Robert 123 .............. 124 McVicker, Kathleen C33 ...,.....,...... 132 Mcwherter, Carl 113 .... 88, 101, 117 McWhinney, Frank 133 ..., 67, 132 McWl1inney, Holly 123 ...,.....,.......... 124 Meacham, Dennis 133 .,.. 87, 100, 132 Mechling, J. Bruce C23 ......,. 99, 125 Meissner, Jeffrey 113 ...,,............... 117 Meinharrlt, Sandra 143 61, 62', 72, 146 Meister, Carolyn. 113 ..,,.....,.. 54, 117 Meloen, Johannes 143 52, 66, 72, 146 Mencll, Barbara 143 66, 71, 78, 1466 15 Menz, Kathryn 123 ..,,. ,..... . ..,...,.. 1 25 Menz, Nancy 113 ........, ..... 8 0, 117 Mensch, Linda. 113 ..... ......... 1 17 Mensch, Sandra. 143 ......,. l...... 1 46 Mensching, Joanne 123 .....,.......... 125 Mensching, Stanley C13 ........... . 117 Mercer, Patricia 143 44, 52, 65, 77, 89, 154, 156 Merkel, Margaret 123 .... 55, 78, 125 Mertz, Frederick 113 ..............,..... 117 Mertz, Michael 123 ..., ,.............. 1 25 Metz, Peter 133 .......,., ...,... 9 S, 132 Mfetzel, Michael 123 ...... ....,....... 1 25 Meuser, Denise 113 .... 59, 80, 117 Meyer, Barbara C23 ....,.. ..,........ .,.. 1 2 5 Meyer, Charles 113 ..........., .... .,..,. 1 1 7 Meyer, John 123 ...,................ 88, 125 Meyer, Kenneth 143 61, 103, 132, 146 Meyer, Marilyn 143 .... 65, 102, 146 Meyer, Pamela 113 ..,..... 54, 80. 117 Meyers, Bob 113 ...................... .... 1 17 Meyers, Mary Jane C33 .... 133, 136 Meyers, Penny 143 56, 62, 89, 146, 156 Micek, Michael 123 ...,............ 78, 125 Michalski, Richard 123 ........ 83, 125 Miesse, Roberta 143 .....,.,,. .......... 1 25 Milburn, Jean 133 58, 78, 81, 89, 133 Miller, Arthur 113 ................,........... 117 Miller, Cynthia 133 52, 54, 78, 10585 1 Miller, Gloria 143 ....... ...... ....... 1 4 6 Miller, Glen 143 .............. .... 1 46 Miller, Laura Lynn 113 .... ..... 1 17 Miller, Linda C33 ............ .... 1 33 Miller, Micaela 123 ..... .... 1 25 Miller, Robert F 143 87, 103, 104, 105, 146 Miller, Robert P. 133 ,,.. ,,,.,,.,.., 1 33 Miller, Russell C23 ........ ...,,,,,. 1 25 Miller, Susan 113 ,.., ,, ,,,,, 117 Miller, Wayne .......... ...,. 1 O4 Miller, TVilliam ............. . ..... , ..... 101 Millhouser, Jean 133 ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,.,,, 133 Milne, James 143 ,,,,,,,,,,,, 31, 83, 146 Milner, Judi 113 ,,,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,, , 117 Minerik, Dinah 113 ,,,,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 117 Miresse, Pamela 133 54, 56, 78, 133, 136 Mirs, Elizabeth 143 ,,,,,, ,,,,,,, 3 9, 154 Mirs, Lee 133 ..,,,,,,,,,,,,, ,,,, ,,,,-,, , , A 133 Mirs, Patricia 133 1 .,,,,,, ,,,, 3 9, 133 Mitchell, Glenn 143 45, 56, 61, 63, 103, 110, 146 lvlitchell, Linda. 123 ,... ........ T 0, 125 Mitchell, Susan 143 ........ 66, 78, 146 Moeller, .Tack 123 ..,.. ,,,,,,,, S 3, 125 Mohr, Mike 133 , ,,,,, ,,,, 104' 133 Molitor, Brian 143 ...,. , ,,,,,, 146 Moliivr, Raymond 133 ............ ,. 133 1W0UfS0mGl'Y, Kathy 113 ......., 71, 117 Moon, Keith ,,,,,,,, N ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, W ,,,,,,, 72 Moore, Baz-bam. 113 ,,,,.,,,,,,,,,, , 5.1, 117 Moore, Kim Patrick 123 ,,,, 99, 125 M0ote, Larry 113 ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,, 1 17 Moore, Robert 123 64, 101, 125 Moore, Steven Glenn 113 88, 101, 117 MOUTH, W'iUiaU1 111 88, 9-1, 117, 120 Moos, James 133 ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 133 M01'i5al. Susan 113 ......., 54, SO, 117 Morken, Scott 123 ..,..... 72, 76, 125 MDPHZ, Craig C23 SS. 94, 101, 111, 125 Morrison, Angela 113 ,,,,,,,,,,, ,,,, 1 17 Morrison. Fred 123 83, ss, 101, 125 Morrison, Jim 125 ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 55, 125 Morrow, John 123 ............ ss, 107, 125 Morse, Leroy 123 .,,,.,., 83, 94, 125 Moss, Debra. 1.33 ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 133 Moss, Melinda 133 ,,,, ,,v.,,.,',,4,. , 1 133 WIOYQF, Glenn 123 -- ---"- ' ....., 76, 125 Mrozinski, Steven 113 ,,,, ,,,,,,,,, , A 117 Mudge, C. Scott 113 A ,,A,,A,, ,,,, 1 17 Mueller, Beverly 143 ,.4, ,,,,, 7 0, 146 Mueller, Bruce 143 v.Y.,.444 . 146 Mueller, Larry 123 ,,,,,,, ,,,,-,A,,- 1 Q5 Mulholland, Carol 123 ........ 83, 125 Mulholland, Janet 143 ........ 22, 146 Mullner, Marilyn 143 ,,,,,, ,,-,,4A,-w.. 1 46 MUHSOI1. Karen 111 50. 117, 120 Murdock, Michael 133 .,,,,,,,,,.4.,A.,- 133 Murdock, Suzanne 125 ,,,,,.4',1,,,..,. . 125 Murphy, Kathleen 133 ,.,,,.,,,,,,,,,. 133 Murphy, Linda 143 ,.,,,, .,.,, 5 7, 146 Murphy, Mary 133 .....,... .........,, 1 33 Murphy, Richard 123 ,,,,, A,,,,, , 125 Murphy, William 133 ,.,, , 133 Musich, Mark 123 ,,,,,,,,,,,4, v ,ADDAD gg Mustain, Kenneth 123 ...... .,4,, 1 25 Mustain, Steven 113 ,,,,, ,A,.,,,, 1 17 Mustain, WValter 143 ..... , .,.,.,l,,, 154, Myer, Terrell 133 78, 1,33 Myers, Marcia, 133 ...... ,...... , 133 Naeher, Sandra. 123 ,.,,, ,.l,,. 7 8, 125 Nagel, Timothy 123 ............ .. 94, 125 Nagorny, Alice 123 ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 1-35 Nagorny, Lawrence 143 .,...,. , 146 Nall, Mary 123 ....,..,,,,,,,,,,A ,,,,, 1 25 Namovich, Anton 113 4,.,,, ,,,,,,,,,.,,,, 1 17 Nastal, Frank 143 ..,,.,..,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, , 146 Natzke, Frances 113 54, 64, 117 Natzke, Kenneth 143 ,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,., 145 Nawrot, Jack 143 ,,,,,,,,, ,,.,,, 8 3, 146 Neal, Linda 1,33 ,,,.,,,,,,. ,,,,,,,,,,,.,. 1 33 Neas, David 133 .,.,,,.. .,.........,...., 1 33 Nebel, Jack 143 .......,............ 104, 147 Neckar, Barbara 113 .,....., 54, 80, 117 Neftzger, Tracy 113 ............ 99, 117 Nelson, Barbara 113 .... 83, 117 NSISOU, Carol C31 ---- 78, 133, 136 Nelson, Dawn 133 .,.,..,.,,,, 74, 78, 133 Nelson, Jennee 143 ........ 2-1, S9, 147 Nelson, Laurie 123 ,..,,,, A,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,4, 1 2 5 Nelson, Marlene 113 ..,,....,..,,,,,,,,,,, 117 Nelson, Ronald 133 ...,.... 87, 103, 133 Nelson, Susan 123 ..,. ..,..,,,, 5 5, 125 Nerlinger, Ruth 123 .. 125, 128 Ness, Gayle 133 ..... ............... 8 1, 133 Nester, Fremont 113 .... 64, 96, 117 Neumann, Mark 133 .....,.....,.,..,,,,,, 133 Neumann, Mary 113 .,,...,,,..., . 117 Neurich, Mark ..........., .. .......,...,..l,,.,, 101 Newcomb, Kathleen 113 ,,.,.,,,,,,,,,,,, 117 Newlin, Michael 123 .... 11, 83, 125 Newquist, Kenneth 143 75, 81, 83, 103. 147 Newquist, Kristin 113 ............ 80, 117 Newsome, Therese 113 36, 69, 74, 117 Newton, Douglas 113 ............,.,,.,.... 117 Nichols, Carol 113 ....,,..... ....... , ..... 1 17 Nichols, Thomas 123 ........ S8, 111, 125 Nickol, Rick 123 .,..... .,.... 1 25, 132 Nielsen, Kerry 113 ........,............... 117 Nielsen, Linda. 133 ...,.... 55, 74, 133 Nielsen, Scott 123 .. ......,....,..... 125 Nielsen, Tina. 123 . .,,..... ............,. 1 25 Niemann, Daniel 113 .,.......... 91, 117 Niemeyer, John 133 ,......,. ..,........ ..., 1 3 3 Niemczyk, Susan 143 78, 81, 14-7, 156 Nightingale, Janis 133 ...,,.,,.... 54, 133 Nisle, Sandra 133 ...,,.....,...........,... 133 Nitch, Nancy 143 55, 66, 71, 147 Nivon, Tim .,...................................... 88 Noerenberg, John 133 78, 79, 81, 133, 136 Nolting, Arnold 113 , ..,...,..........,.... 117 Nolting, Charles C37 ............ 67, Norton, Lee C13 ...A.... .................... Norris, Lynda. C43 54. 61, 79, 81, 147, Novaria., Elizabeth CD ...,,... 54, Novarin, Robert 631 .--. 75, 110, Nowack, Elisabeth Ill ......., 54, Nowack, Julie Q33 56, 62, 75. Nystrom, Christopher C43 ............ Nystrom, Paul C21 ............. ..... Oates, Alan C43 ...,... ..A--.-..-- - Oates, Timothy C23 .................---,,-4-- Oberry, Bradford f2J .... 88, 94, O'Bx'ien, Dyane 649 .,..,A.-A.---4----------- - 0'Brien, Irene 137 ,... .,...- 5 7, O'Brien, Joan 613 .,.-....A --------,-- O'Brien, Margaret C33 -O'Brien, Martin ID .,... .... 1 01, O'Brien, Mary f3J --,---,.-.-- 67. O'Brien, Robert 143 A.....------ 106, O'Connor, Lorie f2J .............--, 70, O'Do1-, Susan MJ ----,--- 74. 102, Oertel, John C23 .................,...--A-.. --,- Oestmann, Martha. C41 33, 52, 78, Offen, Deirdre 421 , ..---A--------- ---,---, Ohrnan, John ill ....,...---.-,-- 33. Ohman, Sandra Q41 .,.. 61, 79, 81, Ohrstrom, Stein C25 .... 55. 108. Oldenburg, John 113 ,-.-- 33, 94, Oldenburg, Marta 431 -------------,--,--- 133 117 89, 156 117 133 117 133, 136 147 125 14:7 125 125 147 133 117 133 117 133 147 125 147 125 147, 156 125 117 154 125 117 131 117 125 147 117 154, 117 147 131 155 131 1117 125 131 131 117 117 147 128 117 117 147 125 79, 147 120 131 117 147 131 125 128 125 117 125 125 117 125 117 125 160 158 136 125 128 125 131 131 125 103, 156 147 125 117 125 125 125 154 131 125 131 117 155 131 125 131 117 131 147 154 125 125 147 120 80 117 131 147 117 147 148 147 117 117 14S Olsem, Barbara C13 .......-..-- 69. Olsem, Georgette Q25 .......... .. 68, Olsen, Ellen 143 ....,...--.--.- -,----,----A- Olsen, Tom Howard C19 , ........... Olson, Ann OD .............-,.--- A 102, Olson, Ellen C13 ........ 54. S0, Olson, Mary Barbara MJ .......--,,-,--- Olson, Mary Ellen C33 .,.. 78, 102. Olson, Peter C45 ...........-,...-,-- ,,-------- Olsson, Karl C37 ....A,.-. -.--------,---- O'Nea.1, Gail 143 ...... ,-------- - '- Opela, Todd C29 ,, ........ 101, Orcutt, Cheryl C31 ....--A----,--- - 591 Ormsbee, Deborah 135 ....,... 89. O'Rou1-ke, Elizabeth C13 28, 52, Ostrow, David C13 ...,.......,-,------ ------ Ostrow, L, Jane C43 .,--1-.- 'TQ' Owens, Anne Q23 ........ 74, 12s, Owens, Katherine 113 .-..-,,----- 71, Pace, Susan C13 .,,.. .... 5 4, 64, Page, Cora. C47 ............ 65, 95, Pngey Shawn C25 ...........,.....----,-. -- Palmatier, David 141 61, 63. 78 81, 110 Palmatier. Susan CD .... 80, 117, Palmer, Arlene C31 . ........-.. 31. Palmer, Diane 111 ..... . SO, Pump, James C43 A ...- -,------- Pampel, Fred C31 .....-.. .-,-------A--,- ---- Pampel, VVilliB.m CD ---------------------- Parish, James C23 88, 104, 125, Parker, Sheila C27 4 ,..--, -----,----------,---- Pm-kin, Richard Q13 ,,..,....... 83, Parvin, Rex 123 .,,......... '78, 79. Pascale, Brian Q23 ........----,--- 99, Pascale, Michael 115 ..... ..,.,.,,-- - Passarelli, David Q21 ........... --,.------ Passarelli, John 115 ...,. ....... ....... . Pastirik, Diana Q23 70. 89. Pastor, Richard C43 56, 57, 147, Patanella., Deborah MJ .,.. 147. Patterson, Gwen C33 131, 135. Patterson, Larry C27 ..........-.-,-- 96, Patterson, Marcia. f2J ........ 125. Patti, Richard C21 ................ 56, Paulsen, Cynthia CBJ ...... . ...., 67, Pautz, Thomas Q39 .....,.......,.,., A,-- - - Pavlovics, George Q23 ............ 108, Peale, Thomas C43 61, 75, 87, 147, Peck, Michael C43 50, 66, 97, 103, Peck, Pamela C25 ....................., Pecka., Karen Marie 113 ...... .....,... Pecoraro. Michael 127 -..-- -A-.----- Pecura., Susan 123 ...,.. . ....... Pedersen, Bonnie C23 ............ 89. Pedersen, George C47 .,.........,.... .- Peek, Elizabeth C33 52, 79. 81, Peek, Emery Q23 47, 52, 61, 63, Pelland, Richard Q31 75, 78, 110, Pelletier, Roger C11 .........,.. 96, Pcunings, Pamela C45 ............ . ..... Perrin, JoAnn CBJ ..,........... ,,.,,... Petersen, Barbara. 627 ..........,......... Petersen, Denise C37 .... -34, 102, Petersen, Janell fllj ...................... Peterson, Jeff C33 ............. ....--,. Peterson, Judith UU ...... ...... Peterson, Lynn Q43 ..,.. ,.... Peterson, Steven i2J .... Peyton, Daniel C21 ...... .,.......... Pfrank, Robert C43 ......... .... 9 7, Pfrank, Sallie up ...,........ 117, Pfrank, Shirley Sue ill .............. Phnres, Julie Q15 ......,.....,.,. 80, Phillis, Kathleen 135 ...,..., ........ Phillis, Linda. C43 ..... ........ Phillis, Susan 113 .... .....,...... Philo, James Q41 ,......,. 51, Pickert, William C43 ,... ......,. Pickett, James C43 ..... .... 2 5, Pickett, Ken up .....,,..,,.,......,.. 94, Piepenbrink, Mark Ill .................... Pierce, Ilma. C110 C-D .,,,,,,..... 78, Pierre, Glenn C33 75, 81, 83, 98, 131 Pierre, Susan Q45 54, 66, 71, 81, Pierre, Wayne 423 ---. 83. 99. 125 Pietrolonardo, Antoi C13 .... .,,....... 1 17 Pilip, Linda C23 ................--...-- ---- , ,- 125 Piper, Mary Patricia C23 36, 74, 125 Plant, Diane Q25 ,.... i..i..... .... 7 2 . 125 Platt, Karen C-13 ......,,........A...-- 81. 143 Plessner, Frederick C33 ...........,...,,. 131 Plessner, Kathleen C41 ..... 89, 148 Plessner, Richard ,,.... ....,.. .....,..-.-- 1 0 4 Ploetz, Catherine C33 .......,.... 77, 131 Plodzien, Christine Q45 ........,......... 154 P0ll11l'd, David C21 ,,,..... 88, 104, 125 Pollitz, John C23 ..............-..- SS, 125 Porowski, Anne C43 ................----.. 148 Porowski, Irene C29 61, 62, 125, 128 Porter, Arm C17 ..,.............-. 117. 120 Porter, John Mb ,,....,,... .,.--.-.,------- - 143 Poulos, Margo 413 ...,....,.....-- --...---- 1 17 Pounding, Robert Q41 ..........,..A.-,-,. 155 Powell, Maili Q15 .....,.. S3, 117, 120 Powers, Virginia t2J .......--.,-,------- 125 Predick, George 627 ,......... .. 75. 125 Preissing, Martha C13 ....-...-.----------,- 117 P1-entiss, Kathleen UD 66. 102, 148, 156 Press, James C17 76, 83, 101, 117 Press, Louis MJ 87, 104, 105. 1413 Pressney, Gary C45 ........---,.--- 67, 155 Preston, Debra Q15 ....---,...,-- --------- 1 27 Pretto, Anthony C43 -..,,-,- 1124 Pretto, Susan 123 ,....... .... 5 4, 125 Pribilski, Michael C27 ,...-,,, ---- 9 1, 125 Price, Gary Q45 .......i............ 143. 156 Price, William G33 .........i.... 110, 131 Prochaska, Bradley C23 99, 111, Prochaska, Gary C33 75. 100, 103, 131 Prohaska, Paul C13 ,..........,... .,---..-- l 17 Proebstle, Jerry Q15 SS, 101, 117 Proebstle, Mike C43 ..-,------ ---1-,-,--- 143 Prgebstle, Steven C33 ..........,........... 131 Pruyn, Robert 443 --..----- - -----------, G7 P1-zcbieda, Richard C33 ...,.,,. 106, 131 Ptak, John 143 ..............-....- 67. 148 Pugsley, Michael 049 .....-. -,---------- 1 43 Purtha., George 113 .....,...,.. .-------. 1 17 Purvine, Lousanne 123 ..,... ...-.. 1 25 Quaxrkenbush, Kim 013 .i..-- --.------ 1 48 Quam, Gail 123 . .............. .... 8 3, 125 Quid, Thomas MJ .,.... ......... 1 48 Quigley, David 423 ,,., ------ 1 25 Quirk, Michael C15 .,.. ...... 1 17 Radcliffe, Karen C35 ..,.. .......... 1 31 Radcliffe, Steven C13 ..... .,.. 7 2, 117 Raeder, Paul llj ..,......, ............ 1 17 Rahtz, Don C39 ........... 87. 131 Radtke, Judith C21 ....,. ......... 1 25 Raitt, Leslie C23 ---- ---,- 1 25 Ralph, Paula Q13 ....... ...... 1 17 RZldIU8l', Phillip C11 ........ ..---- 1 17 Ramsaier, Paula, C23 ........,.,........... 125 Ramsaroop, Basdaye Q33 .....,.,..,. 131 Ramsey, Linda KBJ ........ 131. 136 137 Ramsey, Susan K. C29 .... 54, 55, 125 Ramsey, Sfuszm Lynn C13 .... 54, 117 Rapp, Cindy ill ........,.,....,...-,.,-., 117 Rapp, Daniel up , ......,.... ss, 94, 117 Rapp, Hal C23 ............. ....... S S, 125 Rasnak, Jerome f2'J ........,..... 111, 125 Ratchek, Christine C25 ......,. 78, 125 Rateike, Donna Q23 ....... .... 8 1, 125 Rateike, Donald C25 ...,.. 78, 125 Rausch, Dick 123 ....,-. .. S3, 125 Ravas, Robert Q45 ....,....., ......... 1 48 Raymond, Susan 011 ........ .,....,.. 1 48 Razgaitis, Ba1'bn.ra. 133 .................. 131 Reagle, Jo C19 ........,........ .... S 0, 117 Reckert, Karen C23 ........ 125 Rcckwerdt, Paul C25 ..,,, .,.. 7 8, 125 Redalen, Jim C13 ...........,.,...... 88, 117 Reed, Allison C39 .....................,.. 131 Reed, Belinda Q21 ........ 55, 81, 125 Reed, Laura C41 ..........,,..,. 69, 148 Reese, Linsey Ann iljl .................. 117 Reeves, Lynda C33 ,........ ......... 1 31 Regan, Janet Q25 ....... 55, 125 Regione, Bruce C35 ...... ............,... 1 31 Rohm, Patti C17 ...... 64, 117 Rem, Kelley 443 ..,. .... 5 1, 148 Reid, Linda. C33 ...,. ........ 1 31 Reid, Susan C13 ..,....,. ...... 1 17 Reider, Craig C29 ........ ......... 1 25 Reinhardt, Susan Q23 .,.,........ 55, 125 Reiss, Deborah C33 .,.................... 131 Reitmeyer, John Q25 88, 101, 111, 127 Renz, Brian Q33 .........................i.... 131 Renz, Daniel 121 ........ 78, 88, 125 Renz, Greg O13 ..., 54, 61, 62, 148 Reschke, Glenn C33 ...................... 131 Rettberg, Gary 113 ......,, 91, 99, 117 Revelle, James 13? ,... ..... .,....,,.,...,.,. 1 3 1 Reveue, Linda 135 ........,.. . 131, 136 Reynolds, Sara Jane C45 ,..........,.... 148 Rezner, Patricia 143 ............ 89, 148 Riccio, David C13 ...................... 64, 117 Rice, Sue Q21 . ........,.1....,......... 89, 125 Richard, Karen C49 61, 62, 78, 81, 1118 Richardson, Edward C45 .........,...... 148 Richardson, Leslie Q13 ........ 80, 117 Richey, Pamela 421 ........ 55, 125, 128 Richter, Mark MJ .,........................ 1118 Rickerson, Beth Q33 ...,.................... 131 Rieder, Diane CD ..... , .,.... 80, 117, 120 Rieder, Michael 121 ......,....... . 125 Riemer, Fred Q31 ....... ..,. . . 131 Ringel, Colleen C23 ..... 125 Roach, John C23 .... 55, 72, 106, Robb, Brian 427 .,...... -..-...---- , --.- , . Robb, Douglas 433 .................,...... Roberts, Bonnie C23 . .... Roberts, Lynn 135 ........... Robertson, Sue C45 .... . ....... .,.. . .... Robinson, Deborah C39 Robson, Douglas 135 ..... Roby, George 121 ........ Roby, Robert Clk ........... 72. Rodgers, Valarie C39 ...i...,... ....,. Rodgers, Virginia 143 ..........,........... Eileen 133 ............ Randall C17 .... R.0dig, Roeing, Roeing, Richard C33 Rogers, Kathleen C13 ...... .i.... Rogers, Linda Q35 ............. J 1 'QEMQEQ 70, 69, ,. .,.,. 61, Rollefson, Jacquelyn 143 . ...........-.-- Rolleison, Jennifer C35 .................1.. 125 125 131 126 131 148 L31 131 126 117 131 148 131 117 S3 117 131 148 131 Romanenghi, Susan 115 ..............,... 117 Rongner, Kristina C13 .... 54, 72, 83 Root, Miles 127 .,.............. ..... 9 1, 126 Roper, Delores 123 .........,.. ......... 1 26 Rosancki, Loretta C23 .................. 126 Rosholt, Robert C43 ...... '72, 14,9 Ross, Jerry ....,......,........ ........... 5 5 Ross, Richard 423 .........,.......... S3, 126 Ross, Willianl L21 ,.,.,.,,.,. 126, 128 Rossi, Elizabeth C25 52, 56, 102, 123, 1-8 Rossi, Mary Donn 133 54, 56, 57, 61, 102, 131 Rossi, Mike 113 ,..,....,,...,....... ...,.... . ., 117 Roth, Barbara. C23 ......i.........,. 72, 126 Rothenbach, Carolee QD .,...,.. 70, 117 Rothers, Janice K-31 ..i..,......,... .......... 1 31 Rowader, Darrell C23 .... 78, 79, 126 Rowe, Cathy 133 52, 54, 95, 131 Rowe, Thomas C13 .,...... 51, 96, 117 Rowing, Richard 133 .... 104, 135 Rozdalovsky, Shirley 113 ...,..........,, 117 Rudins, Jean C23 ....,.,........ ........,. 1 26 Rudy, Warren Q29 ....,.,...., ....... 1 26 Rue, Karen C13 ..... .,.............. 1 17 Rue, Kristine C49 ...., .......... 4 8, 149 Ruff, Daniel C33 .,....,..,.. 67, 110, 131 Rumgay, Karen C27 ............ 126, 128 Running, Patricia KQJ .,.................... 126 Ruprecht, Thomas 129 ..,.,.., 108, 126 Ruth, Richard 133 ......,.......,......... 131 Ruthenberg, Dale C13 ,,..., .. 80, 117 Ruthenberg, Ralph C35 75, 97, 131, 136 Rybski, James 125 ........ 72, 78, 126 Rypkema, Steven 123 ...l.... 76, 126 Sadecky, John 113 ..,.... . ,.,,, 117 Sadecky, Michael 135 .,,,,, ,,,,,,, 1 31 Sadlicki, Dennis MJ ,,,,, ,,,, 1 49 Sadowski, Paul C22 ....,,,,., , ,,,,,, 126 Safarik, Raymond C41 ,....,. .,.,,,, 1 49 Saflarslii, Janet f2J .,,..,.,,.,,,,,,.,,,,,,,,, 126 Saidikowski, Rosemary C45 ..., 78, 1511 Sage, Wendy C25 ...,,,..,,, 1 ..,,,,,,,,,,,, 126 St. Germaine, John MJ 60, 72, 75, 76, 77, 83, 149 St. John, William C43 ..,,....,,.,...... 149 Salas, Lesley C29 . ......... ............ 1 26 Salee, Ronald C1J ....,............,.......,,. 118 Samson, Katherine 133 .....,.. 83, 131 Sanborn, Philip ULD .... 25, 83, 149 Sanderbeck, Connie C11 ..,, ,.,.... ..., . , . 113 Santelli, Jean Marie 613 ............ 118 Santelli, Paul C33 ...............,. ..,. 1 31 Sauceda, Janie Q11 ....,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,, 1 18 Saceda, Juan C31 ..... ........,....,, 1 31 Sauers, Gale Q25 ..... ..... 5 el, 78, 126 Savich, Karin C33 .............,,......,.... 131 Sawyer, Patricia C25 ............... ..,..,... 1 26 Saxton, Richard Q43 90, 103, 110, 1119 Saxton, Suzanne 123 ....,,,,...,.. , .,... 126 Sayre, Riki C23 .............,................ 126 Sayre, Thomas C19 64, 88, 99, 118 Sfchaad, John MJ ............ 72, 76, 149 Schaefer, James C23 ........... ,... ,.,.,.... 1 2 6 Schafersman, Gary Q35 ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 131 Scharnne, Bernadette Q23 ....,...,...., 126 Schapanski, Nancy 111 ........ 83, 118 Schecli, Gregory Q49 .,... ,,,,,,,,. 1 49 Scheffel, D. 113 .,,,.,....,.., .,,.,.,,,, 1 18 Scheuerman, Kathy Q23 ...... . ........,.. 126 Schimmel, Kris C43 ........ 66, 156 Schimmel, Laura. Q13 .,.. 118, 120 Schimmel, Menrla 631 .........,.....,...... 131 Schimpf, Christine 139 83, 131, 149 Schinkowsky, Sandra Q19 ....,,,.,,,,,,,,,, 54 Schlaufman, Charles 135 83, 110, 131 Schmelzer, Dean t3J S7, 92, 104, 131 Schmidt, John Q45 ..,,,..,...,.,,.,,..,,,,,,,,.. 66 Schmidt, John Rm C13 ....... ....,...,. 1 18 Schmidt, Joseph C33 ,..,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,, 1 31 Schmitz, Henry C13 ...... ..,.. 8 8, 118 Schmitz, John 445 ........ ...,,..,, 1 49 Schmoyer, Claire C17 ...,.. ,.,... 1 18 Schmoyer, Kathryn Q15 ,,,,,,. ,.,,,..,,, 1 18 Schneiflvr. Gary 417 ......................,. 118 Scllnexuer. Keith 143 ..,,,,,,,..,, ,,,,,,,,. 1 55 Schuell, Rick 4113 ........ 88, 118, 120 Schoepke, David 433 .,,,.,,.,,.,,,,,,, 131 Schoepke, Linda C12 ........ 80, 118 Schoepke, Michael Q45 ,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,, 1 119 Scholle, Michael Q33 ..., ....,.....,. 1 31 Scholten, Jean C23 ..., .,,,,,.,..,,,,,, 1 26 Schott, David C43 ...,.,. ...... 1 00, 149 Schrank, Jan C41 .... 89, 149 Schrednicki, Scott ..,....... .......,. , , 6? Schreiber, Michael C13 .,.. , ..., 72, 11S Schreiner, Vk'u.yne C35 ,,,, , .....,,,., 131 Schroeder, David Q19 ..,.. .... 5 O, 11S S'chl'oeder, Mary C13 .,,. ...,,...,,, 5 4 Schubert, Darlene 611 .... ..... 5 4, 118 Schubert, Gary C23 ..,...... ......... 1 26 Schubert, William 123 .....i... 126 Schuett, Janice C43 ..... ..... 6 7, 149 Schuetz, James C37 .,....,..... 67, 131 Schuetz, Patricia C41 ...................... 149 Schuler, James G33 ..1..... 68, 78, 131 Schulte, Richard Q15 .......,.,.. 78, 118 Schultheis, Barbara C31 83, 131, 136 Schultz, Clifford C23 ................ 94, 126 Schultz, John .....,...................... .......... 8 7 Schulze, Craig C41 ..,...,..,..,............. 149 Schulze, Holly Q41 ................., ........ 1 49 Schulze, Jeffery 623 94, 104, 126, 128 Schwank, Jill C23 .................. 55, 126 Schwank, Robert C15 ..........,. 76, 118 Scofield, Craig C33 ,..,. .......... 131 Scofield, Marla Q13 54, 118 Scott, John Q13 .......... ................ 1 18 Scott, Thomas C23 .... ......,...,...,.... 1 26 Scudder, Nancy 113 ........ 52, 102, 118 Seaman, Susan My , ,.........,.......... 149 Sebesta., Cindy C11 ......,., .,... 8 3, 118 Sebesta., Kenneth C35 .... ..... 8 3, 131 Sedlak, Spring C21 .,.,..,. ..,.....,. 1 26 Seegers, Sharon CLD ..,....,. ..,.... 1 49 Seelenbinder, Susan 121 ...... 126 Seevers, Mark l2b ..,....,.....,.. , ..,... 126 Sefried, Cheryl C33 .............,.......... 131 Seller, Robin C35 78, 79, 81, 131 Selgrad, John C33 .... .......... 1 10, 131 Selgrad, Madelyn C33 .......... 81, 131 Selleck, Daniel i3J 87, 100, 131, 136 Sellecli, Jeffrey C11 88, 101, 118, 120 Sellick, James C33 ........,....,.... 72, 131 Sergey, Arthur C23 .,...................... 126 Sesterhenn, Barbara C23 ........ 76, 126 S'este1'henn, Robert Q13 .................. 11S Sesterherm, Steven Q33 76, 77, 131 Shafer, Debbie ill .............,.......... 11S Shaffer, Greg C31 ........ 64 75, 131 Shaffer, Mary C33 .... .,,.....,.,........,,. 1 31 Shaffer, Richard C19 ...,.... 88, 118 Shak, Diane f2J .......,...... .......... 1 26 Shak, Fred C11 .................... 88, 118 Shakra., Leslie ..................,................. 69 Shannon, John C33 .... 87, 93, 110, 131 Shannon, Glenn C23 ...............,...,.. 126 Shartle, Robert 127 50, 96, 111, 126, 129 Shaughnessy, Pat 125 54, 126, 128 Shaw, Christine 133 , ,.,..,,, . ,.,...,,,,,, 131 Shaw, Stephanie Q13 ...,.. .... 1 18 Sheahen, Michael Q17 ..... ..,.. 1 18 Shell, Richard ..,...........,, .....,..,, 9 4 Shepherd, Karen C13 , ...... ......,.... 1 18 Sherman, William C40 ......,. 59, 149 Shervey, John 121 .,...,.,,,,,,,,.,,,,,,,, 126 Sheviak, Kimberly C23 54, 71, S3, 126, 128 Shimer, Susan Q13 ,...,..,.,,. 54, S0, 118 Short, Nancy 147 ..,... ,,...,.,.,.,.... 1 49 Short, William 423 .,., ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 1 26 Shub-2014, Betty I-33 .... 77, 131. 136 Shultz, Dianna 433 ..,.......,..,, ,,,.,,,,, 1 31 Shultz, John MJ ....,...,.,.,,,,,,,,..,,,,,, 149 Shumate, Jeffrey C23 ........ 101, 126 Shumate, Patricia 113 A .,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 118 Shutes, Carolyn C49 ...... .......... 1 54 Sieferman, Glenn Q27 .,,,.. ...... 1 26 Silver, Hank f3J ..........,.... ,........ , .. 131 Siman, Scott 433 ,.,.,....,..,,,,,,,, 37, 134 Simmonds, Sizundra C41 ,......., . .... 149 Simon, Linda C17 ,,,,..,.,,,,,, ,,,,,,, 1 18 Simpson, Mary Q37 .,..........,.,,....,... 134 Sims, Pamela C31 .........,.. 78, 134 Sinclair, Steven 443 52, 61, 75, 104, 149, 156 Sintov, Harold Q11 ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 113 Sjogren, Craig 423 76, 99, 108, 126, 128 Skarra, Leslie 113 ,,,,,,,,, , 113 Skoug, Linda, C41 ,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,, 1 54 Sleger. Alan C21 -- -... 105, 126 Small, Gregg C39 .......... ,.... 8 3, 134 Smentek, Marian 133 ..., ,..., 6 8, 134 Smith, Cathrine Q19 ..,,.,,,,,,,,,,, 30, 113 Smith, D. Craig fly ,,,,,,,,,,,, 101, 113 Smith, Deborah A. C15 ,....... 71, 118 Smith, Deborah L, 411 ,,,,, ,,,,, , ,,,, 1 18 Smith, Gerald C33 ,,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,, , ,,,,, 1, 34 Smith. Gregory 137 ..... ..... 7 5, 100 S'mith, Jeffrey Q23 ,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,, 1 26 S-mith, .Teff S. 131 . ...... ...... 1 34 Smith, Joan C19 ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, ,,,, 1 18 Smith, Julia. Ann Q1-ly ,,,,, ,,,,,,, 1 34 Smith, Michelle Q37 ........,,, ,,,,,,,,,, 1 34 Smith, Monique 421 , ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, TS, 125 Smith, Patricia Ann C11 .... 80, 11S Smith, Patricia A. Q21 61, 62, 126 Smith, Patricia M. f2J ........ 126. 128 Smith, Raymond I-13 ........ 87, 100 149 Smith, Sheryl Q13 ,,,,.,,,,,,,,.,,,A,,,,,, 115 Smith, Sharon Q25 ,,,A,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 55, 126 Smith, Susan Jean C33 ........ 81, 134 Smith. Trinket C13 .,,,,,A,.,,, 118, 121 Sfmuda, Georgianne 133 ,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 134 Snelten, Thomas Q13 .,,,,4,, ,,,,,..,, 1 18 Snyder, Catherine C13 .,...... 54, 118 Snyder, Constance 413 ,,,, ,,,,,,,,, 1 18 Sacha., Diane C13 ,.,..,. ,, 69, 118 Soderlunrl, Cynthia 413 ,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 4,,. 1 18 Soderstrom, Victor 435 v.,.,.. . 110, 134 Somers, David Q32 .,,.,,,.,,,,.,,, 104, 134 Somers, Douglas MJ 92, 103, 104, 150 Somers, Todd 033 75, 87, 103, 110, 111, 134, 136 Sonntag, Bonnie Q35 ,,,,,,,,,., ,,,,,, 1 34 Soprano, Michael f3J ..... . 134 165 Sorgatz, John C41 .... 66, 150 So1'ell, Jeanne C21 ..,, ,....,,., 1 26 Southard, James C41 ...,.. ,,,,,,,,,,,,,., 8 3 Southard, Melonia C31 ............ 81, 134 Southard, Rodney C11 ....,.., 83, 118 Sowka, Alan C31 ....,...,... ,,.,..,,.. 1 34 Spears, Elise C21 ............ ...... 5 5, 126 Spears, Mark C31 55, 134 Sfpeese, Donald C31 .... ....,.... 1 34 Speliclc, Cathy C11 ,...,,,,, .,,,,,,,,,,, 1 18 Spencer, Joseph C41 .,,,,,,,,,,, 67, 150 Spethmann, Nancy C11 ...... ,, 71, 118 Spethmann, Susan C21 ..............,... 126 Spies, Joy C21 ............... .. 78, 126 spink, David C21 ....... 99, 124 Spink, Donald C41 , ..,.. .........,....,. 1 50 Splltt, Michael C11 .,.,,,,..,,,,.,, 64, 118 Splitthorff, Anne C41 .... 66, 78, 150 Splitthorff, Louis C31 .... 75, 104, 1-34 Spoerlein, Robert C21 ....... . ....,....... 126 Sporleder, William C21 .,.,....,,........ 126 Srednicki, Scott C31 .......... ......... 1 34 Staadt, Thomas C31 .....4 ....,..,,. 7 8, 134 Staahl, Carol C31 81, 89, 134, 136 Staahl, Diane C21 ..,..... 54, 81, 89, 126 Stage, Jean C21 .............................. 126 Stahl, Randall C31 ..........,..............,.. 134 Stains, Robert C21 .l........................ 126 Stains, Kathryn C31 .............. 21, 134 Stanczak, Richard C21 25, 88, 1006 12 Stanczylt, Sltanley C41 .,...,.. 100, 150 Stanley, Ron C11 ..........................,. 118 Stansbury, Dean C15 76, 94, 118, 120 Stansbury, Monica C25 54, 31, 126, 128 Starek, Bruce C11 ...... ..... 8 8, 118 Stark, William C21 ....... ..... 7 3, 126 Starkey, James C31 .. ....,,,..... 134 Starr, Bradley C41 .... 52, 150 Starr, Steve C15 ,.,.,,........ .......,..... . 118 Stauder, Daniel C15 ......i..... 72. 118 Stauder, Melanie C41 71, 75, 89, 150, 156 Steele, David C31 78, 79, 93, 110, 134 Steele, Jeffrey C11 .... 78, 94, 118 Steele, Laurel C31 ............................ 134 Stefan, Deborah C41 ,...... . 66, 77, 154 Stefanik, Susan C41 .....,.........,........ 154 Stefanik, Thomas C31 ,..,. ..,... , 134 Stegemeyer, Sally C11 ...... .... 1 18 Stegemeyer, Susan C31 ..,.. ....... 1 34 Stein, Barbara C11 ,....,....., ..,......... 1 18 Stein, Bruce C35 .....,...., ....,... 7 8, 134 Stein, Cheryl C31 .... ..,.. 1 34, 136 Stein, Janet C11 .,.. ..,..,...... 1 18 Stein, Patti C11 ...... .... 8 0, 118 Stein, Shirley C31 .,,.. .... 8 1, 134 Steincamp, Sue C31 .... ,... 8 1, 134 Steiner, Laurel C31 ........................ 134 Steiner, Wilbert C11 , .,........... 83, 118 Stelling, William C31 78, 93, 103, Stephens, Martha C21 ....... .... 1 26, 128 Sternberg, Sue C21 ............,. .........,.. 1 26 Sterner, Kathleen C45 ...................... 150 Stevens, Charles C11 ........ 88, 94, 118 Slevens, Gary C11 .....,.,,.....,..... S8, 118 Stevens, Paul C31 87, 103, 108, 134 Stevens, Thomas C31 ..........,, 67, 134 Stewart, Juliana C21 .....,.,.... 95, 126 Stier, Gaillynn C31 ....... .,..,.............. 1 34 Stigger, Alice C21 ........ 54, 83, 126 Stipp, James C21 88, 94, 125, 126 135 Stipp, Julie C41 ......... ,.,. ....,.... 8 9 , 154 Stirber, Mike C21 .........,.................. 126 Stluka., Robert C41 .......... .......... 1 50 Stockdale, David C11 ...... ........,.,,. 1 18 Stockdale, Jeffrey C21 .... ..... 6 4, 126 Stone, Sandra C41 .......... .....,,.,., 1 54 Stout, Susan C41 ....... ...... 1 50 Stout, Warren C21 .... ....... 1 26 Strait, Darlene C11 ..l.. ........... 1 18 Strait, Walter C31 .................. 68, 134 Stratos, Lucy C11 .............,........ 54, 118 Stratton, Steven C31 87, 93, 104, 130 Strelt, Robert C21 .......................,.. 126 Strickler, Williani C21 ........ 69, '72, 126 Stroben, Gail C11 ....,.... ........ 5 5. 118 Stroben, Kathy C31 ..... ,.... 5 5, 134 Strock, Betty C31 .............l.............. 134 Strock, Gary C21 ...............,...........l.. 126 Stroder, Dave C21 52, 76, 78, 79, Strong, Sally C11 ........ 72, 80, 118 Strother, Patricia C31 .... 102, 134, 136 Strzelecki, Shirley C21 ..l................ 126 Stubbs, Cheryl C11 ....,....,................ 118 Stubbs, James C41 ........ 75, 90, 125 Steuber, Douglas C31 ............ 87, 134 Stumpf, Donald C21 ......,, 88, 100, 126 Suchomski, Kenneth C21 , .,...........,... 126 Suchomski, Robert C31 .... 67, 134 Sulander, Robert C41 ,..... .. 64, 150 Sullivan, Tom .............,.,.................... .. 50 Summers, Michael C41 ...,...,............ 155 Sfundeen, Susan C21 71, 78, 126, 128 Sundstrom, Sigrid C21 .... 54. 126, 128 Surge, Tom C11 .................... 88, 11S Sutter, Rich C41 ....... .....,, 6 7. 155 166 Suzuki, Neil C41 -.-----. 75, 98, 150 Swanezy. Susan C31 .... 78, 134, 1,36 Swanson, Jan C11 .... 52, 80, 118, 120 Swanson, Linda C11 ,,,,,,,,,,,.,,.,,,,,,,,, 118 5'Wal1S0Y1, ROEEI' C11 ......,.. ....... 7 2, 118 Swanson, Thomas C31 90, 103, 110, 1-34: Sward, Thomas C21 ,,,,.,,,,,,, 106, 126 Swim. Patricia C11 .............,...... 55, 118 Swim, Robert C31 ........ 26. 87, 134 Syglla-t0I'. Janet UU 25, 54, 61, 63, 71, 150, 156 Syoen, Alexander C31 ,,.,,,,,.,,,,,,,,,..,, 134, Syoen, David C11 .,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 1 18 Tackes, Patricia C41 .... 56, 64, 150 Taege, Cynthia C31 ,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,., , 134 Taege, Jack C11 ,,,,..,,, ,,,,,,, 9 4, 113 Taillon, Shirley C21 ...,..... 126 Talaber, Mary C21 .... ,..., , 127 Tanis, Peter C21 ..... ,,,,, 1 26 Tanis, Stephen C41 ...,.. ..... 1 50 Tannery, George C21 .... ...... 1 26 Tapp, Claudia. C43 ---..l. ,..... 1 54 Tauge, Patricia C41 ,,,,, ,,,,,, 1 54 Taylor, Patricia C21 ,..,, ,,,,,, A 126 Taylor, Susan C21 , .,.,. .,,,, 1 26 Teddy, Genesieve C31 .... ,...... , . 134 Temko, Glenn C21 ,,....,.,. ,,,. 99, 126 Templin, Kenneth C21 ..... ..........,. 1 26 Terhune, Barbara C411 .... . .....,......... 150 Terry, Kenneth C31 ,.... ...... 7 6, 134 Teuber, Nicholl C21 .,... ..,...,,.,... 9 1 Teuber, Scott C11 ....... ...,......,. 1 18 Teuchert, Pamela C11 .,.. ..... 1 18, 120 Thake, Dale C11 ....,,..,..... ............ 1 18 Thal, James C31 ................. ......... 1 34 Thelancler, Donald C31 ....... ......... 1 34 Theroux, Barb C11 ..,.,.... ,,......... 1 18 Theroux, John C41 .... ...... 9 2, 150 Thiessen, Abbe C11 .... .,.,............. 1 18 Thiessen, Vicki C31 ........ 54, 78, 134 Tnieien, Lois C11 ...,. , .,,..., 55, 113 Thlelen, Roger C21 .... ............., 1 26 Thiede, Donna C41 ......... ........ 1 55 Thiede, Roberta C41 ........,..,. . 150 Thieman, Douglas C31 ......,. 100, 134 Thieman, Jeff C11 ............ SS, 96, 118 Thompson, Karen C11 ............ 83, 118 Thompson, Nancy C41 78, 79, 81, 150 Thompson, Pamela C31 ....,........... 134 Thompson, Paul C21 ........ 83, 91, 126 Thompson, Teresa C31 ...,............ 134 Thomson, Kurt C31 ...,.... 97, 103, 134 Thrasher, Nadine C11 ..,....,............ 118 Thybony, Judy C31 ........ ....... 8 1, 134 Tibbits, Cory C11 ...,.. ...... 8 3, 118 Tibbits, Dale C21 ......... .........,. l...... 1 2 6 Tichy, Thomas C41 ..............,... 75, 150 Tierney, Mary C41 ....,... 66, 78. 154 Timm, Jean C31 .....,. .,.......... 8 3. 135 Tindall, Richard C-31 56, '75, 108, 134 Tobin, Randall C21 ..........,................. 126 Tollefson, John C21 1 ....,... ,T .,,...... 126 Tollefson, Julie C11 .,.....,....... ........ 1 18 Tomlinson, Charlene C11 ...,.... 118, 120 Tongay, David C41 ......... .,-.... .4150 Tongue, Susan C11 ....... 69, 118 Tooman, Paula C11 ..... ........,.. 1 18 Tomo, Robert C21 ....... .... 1 06, 126 Tortorice, Carol C21 ....l. ...,..,,.,.. 1 26 Tortorice, Deborah C11 ........ . 118 Townsend, Alan C21 .... . 126 Townsend, Cathy C11 ..,,. ...... 1 18 Townsend, Pamela C31 ..l.. . 134 Townsend, Patricia C11 ---- ------- 1 13 Townsend, Shelley C11 .....,.. . 118 Trahan, Richard C31 .... ............ 1 34 Trahan, Ronald C11 .,.. .... 7 8, 118 Traina, Terence C21 .,.. ,.... 7 2, 126 Travis, Joy C21 ....,... ........,.,.... 1 26 Travis, Judith C31 ....... ..............,... 1 34 Tremberth, Scott C11 .... 88, 118, 120 Tribbey, Mary C31 ...,... ......l........... 1 34 Truax, Vicki C31 ..,... .,.... 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Valenzo, Alan C31 67, 78 134 Van Bladel, Kenneth C41 .... 67, 151 Van Blaclel, Robert C21 , .,,,,,,.,.,,,,, 125 Van Dellen, Paula C31 ,..,,,,,,,,,,.,,,, 134 Van DeMerkt, John C11 ,.,.,,,, 99, 118 Vanclevegte, Carol C21 ..,..., ,,,,,,,,,,,, 1 26 Vanek, Deborah C21 ,,,,,, ,,,,,,, 3 1, 123 Vaneli, Nancy C11 ...,.., ,,,,,,, , ,, 50, 113 Vanveen, John C11 .....,.. ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 1 18 Vanwinkle, Wesley C21 88, 101, 106, 126 Vetter, John C41 ,.,. .... .... 8 7 , 104, 151 Vlcekf B079 C13 ,.-- .......... 73, 118 Vogel, Debra C21 , .... ..,.,.... 7 8, 126 Vogel, Donald C31 .,...... ....,..., 7 8, 134 Vogel, Gail Ann C41 ..,.,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 1 51 V01-Zeler, Sandy C11 64, 80, 118, 120 Voight, Gregg C41 .,..,.,.............,,..,, 151 Voise, Adrienne C21 54, 60, 81, 89. 126, 128 Vuise, Valerie C31 54, 59, 60, 134, 136 Volland, Lana C11 ,.,....,. ...,.., .,,,,,,.. 1 1 8 Vombrack, Cathy C21 54, 64, 126, 128 Von Boeclcmann, ivilliam C41 108, 109, 151 Von Ebers, Stephen C21 ........ 99, 126 Waara, Kathryn C31 56, 95, 134, 136 Wacaser, Carolyn C21 54, 66, 73, 126, 128 Wadsworth, Deborah C31 .......,.... 134 Wadsworth, Donna C21 78, 126, 128 Wadzita, Cynthia C11 ............ 55, 118 Wadzita, Lawrence C41 .....,...... 92, 151 Waffle, Carolyn C-31 ...................... 134 Wagner, Evelyn C21 ......,. 71, 83, 126 Walcefield, Richard C21 ............,,.... .,78 Wakeling, Thomas C11 ............ 83, 118 Wakely, Richard C21 ...... 100, 127 Walcely, Robert C41 .............,........ 151 Waldbuesser, Linda C11 ......,.., ...... 1 18 Waldbuesser, Nancy C21 .... 127, 129 Waldbuesser, William C41 ..,. 67, 151 Walker, Armar C31 ...l...,.,..,........... 134 Walker, Beverly C11 ............ 80, 118 Walker, Dean C11 . .,...,, ..... 6 4, 118 Walker, William C31 ..... ..l.....,.. 1 34 W'all, Norman C21 .......... ............. 1 27 Wallner, Gregory C31 .................... 134 Wallner, Kathryn C41 31, 65, 66, 151 Wallner, James C21 ....... ,.... . 83, 127 Walsh, John C11 ........ ..... 5 1, 118 Walsh, Katherine C11 .... ..... 5 4, 118 Walsh, Michael C21 .... ....,. 9 6, 127 Walsh, Patricia C21 ................ . ....,.. 127 Walsh, Thomas C31 . ...... ..... 9 7, 134 Walsh, Thomas C. C41 58, 59, 151 Walter, Donna C31 .... 31, 134, 136 Walter, Jennifer C41 ........ 72. 151 VValter, Linda C21 .. .........-----. 127 Walters, Janet C21 ..... 127. 123 Walters, Linda C41 ....,... .......... 1 51 Walthouse, Michael C11 l... ,,...... 1 13 Walworth, Bonnie C21 ....ll ........... 1 27 Wander, Barbara C11 ..... .....,. 5 5, 118 Ward, Donna C21 .,..... ..............-. 1 27 YVa.rd, Douglas C21 ......,............... -. 127 Ward, Kathleen C11 ,...,.... ............... 1 18 Ward, Judy C41 65, 78, 81, 151 Ware, Linda C21 ............ 55, 81. 127 Warns, Mark C41 61, 75, 87, 110, 151 Warnock, John C31 ...,............ ......... 1 34 Warr, Jeffrey C21 ........ .,... 1 27 Wiatr., James C31 ....... ..... 1 34 Watt, William C31 ........ ..... 1 34 Wayman, Gene C31 ....., --.-- 1 34 Wayman, L. C11 ---------. ------- 1 13 Wayman, Patricia C21 ...... ..........l 1 27 Weaver, Mary C21 ..............,, 55, 127 Weaver, T. John C11 ...l........ 99, 118 Weber, Karen C11 ,.,... .................... 1 18 Weber, Michael C21 .....,.. 88, 101, 127 Weber, Patricia C11 ........................ 118 Weber, Robert C21 88, 101, 111, 127 Weber, Ronald C11 .l.................... .... 1 19 Weber, Susan C31 ...- ...,..,.... ........... 1 34 Weed, Michael C31 ...........,.l....... 134 Weeg, Mark C11 .....................,.. 99, 119 Weeg, Matthew C-11 103, 108, 151 Wegner, Gary C21 ..,.,,,..,...... 88, 127 Welimann, Stephen C11 .... 78, 88, 119 Wehrmeister, Jeffrey C21 ..,........... 127 Weide, David C11 ................,.,.,......... 119 Weidner, Dale C21 ...,,...,........l.....,.... 127 Weidner, Dorothy C21 ......,,.,.. 78, 127 Weidner, Joseph C41 ..... .............. 1 51 Weidner, Leora C41 ..... .... 7 0, 151 Weidner, Vince C21 ................ 91, 127 Weiler, Mary Beth C11 . ,.......... 54, 119 Weiler, Michael C21 ..,. 111, 127, 128 Wellhausen, Steven C31 .. .............,,. 134: Wellhausen, Susan C41 66, 77, 81, 83, 151 Vlfells, Ken C11 ........................ 69, 119 Wells, Richard C21 ........ 88, 101, 127 Wendorf, Joyce C41 .....,.. 78, 81, 151 Wenclorf, Lorie C21 ....... ..... S 1, 127 Werfelrnann, Paul C11 . ,.... ., 96, 119 West, Lawrence C11 ......,................... 119 Westedt, Cherie Ann C21 ............ 127 Westphal, David C41 ..,v . ............... 155 Westplial, Linda. C11 ......., 80, 119 Westwood, John C-11 ...,,.., 51, 97, 151 Westwoocl, Linda C11 . ..........,..,.., ,, 119 Wet'-On, Kerry C11 ...,........... . ........ 119 Wheeler, Gary C41 ............ 54, 72, 151 Whiston, Penelope C11 .,,. 52, 119, 120 White, Betty C31 ........ 81, 83, 1134 White, Gerald C41 ,4.,,.,,,,, ,,,.4,.-4w,.,,,. 1 51 White, Janet C31 v,,,,,,, H ,,,,.,x....---w. 134 White, Thomas M. C11 104, 110, 119 White, Thomas R. C31 , ,,,,.,,,A,, 93, 134 Whiteside, Gail C41 ,,,,.,,A,,,,,,,,,.,,,,, , 151 Vvhiting, Deborah C21 72, 83, 89, 127 Whiting. Lyn C41 78, 79, 81, 151 Whltnell, James C41 .... 100, 103, 151 Whitnell, Jane C21 .,,. 22, 127, 12,3 Whittier, Stephen C41 ,,,.,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,, 1 51 Whittier, Susan C11 .....,....., 55, S0, 119 Whorton, Michael C11 ............ 64, 119 Wickless, Kathy C11 .,.., ,,,,,,,,,,,,, 1 19 Wiegel, David C31 ..,..... ,,,,,, 1 3:1 Wiegel, Linda C41 ,4,,,,,, ,4,.4,,,,,,,,., 1 51 Wigren, Scott C31 .,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,A,,A,. 134 Wilblns, Michael C11 ...,. ..,..., 9 4, 119 Wilbins, Richard C31 .,.. 61, 75, 134 Wilke, Lynn C31 .................,,,,..,..,... 134 Wilkinson, Dorlmla C11 ,4,,,1,A,,,.,, 119 Will, Trevor C11 , i.,..,......... 66, 94, 119 Willcox, Judy C21 ........ 83, 127, 128 Wille, Xvilliam C21 ..,.......,,........,,,l,, 127 Williams, Barbara C41 ,.,,.,,,,,,, 102, 152 Williams, Michael C31 .,... ,,,,.,...,.. 1 34 Williams, Robert C11 ....... ........ 1 19 Williamson, Peggy C31 .,,,,,.,,,, ,.,,,, 1 311- Wilson, Bob C11 88, 99, 101, 119 Wilson, Curtis C31 53, 60, 61. 63, 106, 134 Wilson, Karen C21 .... ,.,,...,,...,. 1 27, 128 Wilson, Robert C11 .................,...... 119 Winkelman, Delynn C21 . .,,.,.. 81, 127 Winters, Donna C31 .....,.. ..,...... 1 34 Winters, Greogry C41 ...... ,,........ . . 155 Winters, lkiark C21 . .,,.,,. .. ,..,,. 106, 127 Wit, Samuel C21 .... 88, 94, 111, 127 VVitcher, Kathleen C11 . .,...,,..,, 89, 119 Witcher, Richard C41 44, 87, 97, 103, 152 Witcher, William C21 88, 96, 111, 127 Wlthey, Gerry C41 ,........,., 98, 103, 152 Witne1', Kathy .....,..,.........,,..........,,...... 55 Witt, Robin C11 .... .........,.........,....... 1 19 Woehlck, Robert C11 .......,.............. 119 Wojtkiewicz, Susan C21 55, 81, 127 NVollerman, Patricia C31 , ................. 134 Wolod, Gary C41 ...............,...... ....... 1 55 Wolod, William C11 ........... ......,.. 1 19 Wolter, Kristine C21 30, 54, 81, S9, 127, 128 Wolters, Kris .......,,...........,.i..... ......... 6 ll Wood, Patricia C41 , ........... 102, 155 Wooil, Rhonda C31 ...,.......... 83, 1134 YVood, sue C41 25, 47, 66, 78, 79. 102, 152 Woodard, Warren C31 ........ 87, 134 Woocls, Susan C41 .................... 77, 152 Woodward, Barbara C41 .......,.,.... 152 Woodward, James C21 .....,. , ..,... 127 Worsley, Herbert C41 i..,. ...... 1 52 Wos, Nancy C31 .,..... ...........,.. . 134 Woss, Raymond C11 ....,................. 119 Wray, Laura Ann C11 54, 80, 119 Wright, Margaret C31 ..,i....,....... 55. 134 Wrobleslci, Celeste C31 ..,...,......... 134 Wroblewski, Marilyn C21 .,...... 71, 127 Wroblewsici, WVally C11 ..,...., 88, 119 Wunclerle, Peggy C31 ..... ......... 1 34 Yarrington, Alan C41 ...........,........ 152 Yates, Deborah C31 64, 83, 102, 134 Yeazel, Sally C41 .................. 78, 152 Yedor, Justin C-11 106, 107, 152 Yore, Sheila C41 .............................. 152 Yorke, lvlichael C11 .......,........ 91, 119 Yorke, Patrick C21 .... .......... 1 27 Yount, Jeffrey C11 ,.... 78, 119 Yount, Marcy C31 .... .......,. 1 3-1 Zacharlas, Donald C11 .i.....,.... 88, 119 Zacharias, Richard C31 87, 108, 134 Zachman, Richard C31 .... 111, 127 Zachman, Thomas C31 ................ 134 Zachwieja, Val C11 .......,.. .i........ 1 19 Zaker, Barbara C21 ..... 72, 127 Zaker, John C31 .,.....................,...... 13-1 Zaker, M. Marlene C41 ...............,.. 152 Zaker, Robert C21 ........................ 127 Zalud, Nancy C41 25, 54, 61, 66 75. 81, 89 152 Zalud, Patricia C21 78, 89, 127, 128 Zare, Debra C21 ,......., A ..,...i............. 127 Zehner, Charles C31 ...,. ..,... ......... 1 3 fl Ziclc, Dave C21 ......... . .......,......... 127 Zick, Julie C31 .,........................... .... 1 34 Zilen, Elizabeth C21 .... 55, 81, 127 Zimmer, Susan C31 ,......,i........,...... 134 Zimmerman, Al C31 .,...i...... ....... 1 34 Zoellick, Pamela C21 . .i................... 127 Zonsius, Anne C33 55, T91 81, 134. 136 Zook, Brad C31 .....,.............. 67, 134 Zumski, Jeanne C21 ..,.,................. 127 Zumski, Susan C31 . .,......................... 134 Zyzak, Alexander C31 ......., 134, 137 "A" Club .................... Aeronautics Club ...... Art Club .................. Astronomy Club ........ Audio Visual Club ....... Baseball ....................... Basketball ......... Biology Club ..,,... Cardettes ........... Cardinal ,. .,.... .. Cheerleaders ......... Chemistry Club ...... Chess Club .....,..... Choraliers ................ Concert "A" Band Cooks .................... Coronets ......,. Cross Country ...... Custodians C... Dances .......,....... Debate ................................ Distributive Education ....,.. Diversified Occupations ..... Organizational Index ,..-..103 76 74 76 69 ....-.104 92 72 89 58 95 72 66 79 82 41 89 90 50 62 67 67 Football .......,...................,......... -.----- 8 5 Foreign Exchange Students ...... ....... 5 3 French Club ......,...................,.. ....... 5 4 Freshman Class Board ......, ....... 1 20 Freshman Girls' Chorus ......... ....... 8 0 Future Teachers of America ...... ......, 7 1 German Band ........................... ....... 8 2 German Club ....... Girls' Glee ....... Girls' Leaders ..,.... Golf ................... G.R.A. Board ,.,,... 77 81 65 ....-..106 .......102 Gymnastics .... ...... 9 S Harmonettes ..... ....... 7 9 Heights ............,.................,......... ...... 5 6 1-Ioinecoming ..........................,....... ,,.... 4 4 Home Economics Careers Club ....,.. ...... 7 1 Individual Speech Events .........,.... ...... 6 3 Junior Class Board ..... Key Club .................. Latin Club ......... Library Aides ..... Math Club ...............,... Mixed Chorus ,............... Modern Music Masters .,,...... ..... National Forensics League National Honor Society ....... ----- National Thespian Society Nurses' Aides ......................... ----- Office Guides ...... . ---- - Operetta ............. Orchesis .......... ...,........... Orchestra ......... . ..........,... .. Pan Language Council ..... ..... Pep Club Board ............ Plays ..................... Prom ...................... Quill and Scroll ........................ ----- Radio-Jet-Prop I-lobby Club ..... ..... 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