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

 - Class of 1969

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Tradition at Arlington is forty- eight years old. It manifests it- self in the atmosphere, the acti- vities, and the actions of the twenty-three hundred individ- uals who crowd its halls daily. Tra- dition is the past, but it is not static because each year tradi- tion takes on new meaning. The old is not destroyed: the old at Arlington is reshaped hy time. Heiglifs '69 has consciously at- tempted to preserve and to re- state this tradition, hut it has attempted to do so in a way that adequately displays the spirit of "Tradition in Change" that keeps Arlington alive. Through the use of a two-section format, Heights '69 has put the old face to face with the new. Coronation, sleigh hells, and the prom take their places along with the new lock- er room, senior seminars, and student lounge. The first section represents change: the new lay- out and design feature those hap- penings particular to 1968-69. The second section represents traditiong the design and the con- tent are reflective of past edi- tions of I-Ieiglils. The motif of Heiglzls '69 again stresses the idea ol' past meeting progress. As the numerals "6" and "9" evolved historically, their appearance changed! yet their traditional shapes are still recog- nilahle. In a sense tradition is sacred, hut its ohservance is never rigid. Tradition reflects the hest of the past while it accepts the hest of the present as the tradition of tomorrow. XVith this in mind, the editors and the staff of Heiglzls '09 take pride in presenting "Tra- dition in Change" with the hope that the student body will always have the strength to accept that which cannot be changed, the courage to change that which must be changed, and the wisdom to know the difference. Tradition In CHANGE AHS 1969 Smnmer .... . .......... . Autumn ...... . XVinter. . . . Spring ...... . 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Imuks lic in wail lm' llIlNll5lAClllllg lirciuli slllf A lll'lllN. flffgfzlj f.ullc'L'll Cfullloll vlvwn llll' rulmlmlc Illlll will ln' :A ilrrm' I0 llic girls' gym. ..,, I.nm-lx' lockci 4IU"'S7 Sl'll1tli wwiting Im' lruzuilics S L' walls of the old locker ITJOIII coma tumbling clown :ia luatmliznns make ll vzilizmt .attempt to IJl'i'lYlClL' ,X1'lingl4m's lcmzllc' populzllimi with lzilcsl in lmkci' room clrcor. Cardinals Return For New Year A aNeW', AHS 1 Elibing SUIIIIHCI' lmrongln the l Clzxrds lmek l-l'0Ill jobs and H1111- ll0IlS to lIUIllCXX'0l'l'i :ind terln psi- pers. RCIll1KlllDg lor registrntioii and senior pictures i11 the oppres' sire August hear, suldents were greeted by Ll1e sights and sollnds ul' the eo11sL1'11etio11 and remodel- ling ol' the selmol lniilding. Fire floors were installed i11 strategic' spots, and the girls' loelser 1110111 was L'0IIlplClCly 1'e11ov11tecl. ,Xller registering i11 the air- eo11dilio11ed C'0lll.CTCllCC 11111111 and pirking up 11ew sets ol' hooks. new SIllClCllfS, as well as upper- l'lf1SSlllL'll, could be liilllliil wading tl11'o11gI1 ll1e ClllSI-C'0X'Cl'CCl eorrir dors: l'l'CSllI1lC'll SC2lTC'lliI1g lor elu- sive i'l2lSSYO0IllSQ and se11iurs, visiting Ll1e la111iIi:1r sires ol' years of 111e111u1'ies and experieinzes. Slzinding wesirily in line ill the 11111, llllllllll l1e:11 ol' ,lngnsl :ire .X1'li11glo11 'lid-'lllllEl'S llM'2llllllQv lln' sc-111-1:11'ies' liL'XL'lllllUll nl' Ille unning ye41r's elnllralllilig Class srlieclule. Vlifllll llngziro, Kevin lQOCIlClIlilIl. :ind l,ee Mirs begin to TC2IKl,lllSl lllClIlSClYCS lo ll1e 1111l'z1111iliz11' SL'llH2lli0ll llllll mines ll'UIll cz11'1'1'i11g books uller YI1C2lll0ll. Sllllllllfff rains 1111 slncleins ICIUPL Nlziry lNle11101'ies of l'u11-filled daiys i11 the sun fade Tnoini aiwzuy ll'0I11 lwok dist1'il111lio11. with ilu- lil-SL look up ucyi, ygal-'S Sqhedulgg, 9 ROYAL CQRONATIO Height 0' Heetie Homecoming f---af Q, 5 2 Counselor Nlr. Clark is OVt'l'WlllfllllCKl hy Arlington students. f'l'hey've got their I.D.'s to prove it.j Janice Paryin and Paula Greeley enter the Kickoff Coke Dante lirst, l'lUlllCL'OIlllllg 1968 was the tra- ditional highlight ol the school year. The many activities during the week included Club sell- ing raffle tickets, Student Coun- cil selling shakers and Home- coming ribbons, and cheerleaders selling nnnns. As always the con, struction and completion ol' the lloats lor the lltJlllCt'OIIllIlUk Jar- 5 ade hecanle the goal ol everyone. On lfriclay, October ll, 1968, the coronation ceremony cliniaxs ed the weekls lestivities. Tension mounted as the candidates walk- ed down the aisle. 'lille unhelier- able quickly became reality as the master ol' ceremonies. Curt Wlil- son, announced Todd Somers and Donna Kuharicli as the reigning l0 eouple. Tears ol' happiness and joy were shed by many as King Todd presented Queen Donna to her loyal subjects. The Honieeoin- ing parade concluded the alter- noon's events lor King Todd and Queen Donna and their court. The Iloinecoming spirit conti- nued tluring the lioothall game as the victorious Cardinals sunk the Palatine Pirates 41-0. The linal hours ol' this year's Ifloniecoining were danced away at the Homecoming hall, ".'Xutulnn Mist," which was presented hy "A" Cluh. The Grace Gym was transformed into an atnxosphere litting lor the season as the magic ol' Homecoming 1968 faded away: only memories remained. i Crown-Robe: Imperial Keys lmlcl Smiiciw. thc Homccoming King of 15768. :incl his royal Queen Dolmzl lillllll- rich limi lh:1l the cnmlimml impact of thc l'l0llICl'Ollllllg P1'0l'l21l1lIlll0Il ffm' lfflj is quickly rcplaicccl by the scrcm' hamp- piiicss hrouglil hy il crown :uid ai robe. .Ks thc- .Xl'llllgIOll ll0llll'C'0l1llIl Cllmrzilicrs hziil Lhu muplc hx g' royalty circles the flown-r-strewn gym floor, thc lczuling thc aiuclicmc in singing lhn' school song I'hc crowning momviit is rczicliul :is an xcirucl Donna liulizlrich llCglIlS hm' 1 reign us thc H368 llmncumiiiig Queen. ll ni , .A-"'.v I'l0Ill!'!'I1IHl7ly' lfullrli KEN EE :THQ ll? Rirk illlllllllll illlil Kris 1fllgL'llJliClSCIl. .Inn BLIIIIIIQZIYLITCI' and S110 .IOllIlh0ll. l':1gc S1011 Yi-zifcl. King 'lknlml SUIIICTW llllfl Quccn llllllllll lillll1l1'lt'll. lillgl' illCI'l'f' Smith. Dann- lQw111'1 llllll Ginny llnwlcy, Gary llmkc klllil ciilllly Rows. This lilllc piggy hogs thc' 2lllk'Illl0Il nl IC llOlIll'C'0l1llIlg llllfllili' Hlll00liCl'S. N1c'L laguna zulcls Il finishing 1ouCl1 of xprziy paint lm' Il inure I11lllll'lll look Slowly :mil i1111Aic-xli1z1lly thc' stroll is 111n'11llc4l Lu thc lilllll-LITE ul' thc organ. ? Milwjz , AV1.9.,13.,wAin . if E. ff' Q ' Y ,F , ,,'g:,Qv . . . . , .'1"' g,f4ie5iwiQ!1.: Q' Varsity 1'l1CCrle?1cl0rs :incl A lrivml 2lWV2l1l the 51111-1 of thc: llOlNCCOllllllj,f purnclc. 12 l gm ', :, x MJ- .1 . .f -wgyr. pg Q.,-.gn , .f- " , .- ' if.L"'-gk?-J., 1.9, 1, . Q. 1 ,lm U 5 K SSe?n,.2,-,i 3' - wfggp 4 ' ff-' , wh v ' ,rf-Q ff -' fe' "i,,5'ji4 if? .lv .zizf-',f "i.f . 9.45, ,, 1 . V - ,-: - . ' Q iN n --' , A W2 as 2' xv f ' r 8 1 an A 41 il 'TN' f ' ' fflwf 2 wt. , , A s. -' ' fx ' Jy if If 2 ,, 4 . . "'if ' : 7, ij , ll. gg JE f .k"5lT.1 v.".jL '. Q A A 1 ' ff "fx -,Sz .. 'L z -, 4 gag -gl-55' iam? f .. 'Q W1 94 'lfifff , f LL A ' illl 41 .lifi.22'g . T! . Q1,4.f . ka M ,Ji if V n yr W fb nw, ,, . ,ix , A .K ' J -1, av 4-v' I TQ "-"L" Rfk ill in H ff, , ' X V Ulll .. r AA Xlx'X.kL'x Ill . 'X,',,j' , lllllOl'lllll1llCly. Pclcr clicl not pick this llC2llll'ly-lilfllilllg pumpkin ns Rl winncrf ' .1432 f 'Qg,.:'hsi2,:fs'2'.iff:fVi Chicken Wire, Napkins, Fun ,ii "A 11 .ig N "L xr " . Eb .f fi, ' a 'Sf' L k f- ,555-:gl 3- .4--41' X3 'hi 15342. 'G .gl ' :,.x'x,k .V na' N: L. .ai 'l'hL' class of N69 provvs than. seniors "rule thi' mos!" as they lzlku lirsl prize with thuir lloan I7li04'lZllII1lllg thc incvilulmle SllpCI'l0l'lly of Czlrclinzil Powcl' ovcr Pirzltcs. .Xlzirk l,:n'son and his clam' walk nnmlcr Lhc znxh ol' tradition into lhc mnflnnion ol thc lull lcstivilics, ".Xuunnn Mist," Gznw' Drnkc- Cscorts Donna to thc microphonc' nm shc an' nounfcs Lhc winning Lifkct lor the HOI11CL'tJl11lI1g football. I 2 1 1 1 U . 4 1 lfi .Xa thc powclct' pull griclclcrs rcltix :tml tmcivc 1 ' A 1 1 ' - thc strategy ul tht- gztiiic. the ztuclicntc is ClllL'lil2lil'li'll :tt hxull-timv hy thc trztclitioiiztl lug-it-Will' clout' :tmttmlly hy lrcshmeii :tml suplmiitores ,, . . ,, 'f' -- f1m?gf:g' 'NWI P 1 P dk P With at look ul :lt-tt-riitiltzitioii. Pant Stmtltcrs attempts O u O u to mztkc il tottclitlowii Im' thc xintoritutx scftiiut' girls. Senior lbatxc liwnirt keeps up with junior hall czirrit-1' Gail Collins tis she stztrupccles luwztrcl her goal lint: U'hilc tht' varsity L'l1L'l'l'lC1lClL'l'S take at xhort lm-ztk, 3L'IllUl' hots show their skill in 21 pcrfcct pyratmicl. 14 5 ,IAS fs. Q 'F f a Q 3 15 nu Xs much :l panrl ul' 1'onll1z1ll as il lunch- wn or a pass, an plznyufs possible inf 'y requires Llw nllcnlion nf ull olllcrs. The field :luring thc lcnsc nnnncnl of Lhc kick-oI'!' xccnls fur xl"lillgK0ll'S lmlllxznk Denny xliilllllllll dodges CLI4-nlmrml North opponc-nl's unl- slrclcllcd :mn lu cmnplctc 2lIlKllI1L'l' Luunllclmvll in lllc Lypiull Llamlillzll fuslxioll. rL'lnnvc-cl lrmn llll' noisy crowds who :irc Sllljlliillg "Go, Go." .b 1 1 4 'nf' 5 I V X A Y 1. :L f' qw, 'er 1-.um 3, I B KH v Y, , , I 'rf ' f f , ' H i . A m , ,t ,4 I ' ., 1 K ii In the lllliihl ol :I sumfcsslul lalaklc Y'll4SIlY IL ' 'illll lJl'lYl'l' lllllIliJK'l' Sl'YL'Illy-LWO "flies Ihmugh lhc' :mir with thc gl'C2lll'SI of czisefi His hupci :irc running high for :1 will. f.1ll'ClIl!1liS quzlrlcrlmauk lomhl SUIIILIS nmlku .1 pass lu ai lczun ol rn-ul niovcrs. Our ,xfiillglflll Clurdixmlx crumpln- lilk Grovc- on their waxy to an HSI. chzumpionsliip. Il s hnrcl lo umlcrstzlml the decision 21 1'Ci'Cl'L'C thmugli his cycs. but try to w lhv Sillllllifill lilfllllgil his lugs! I7 Xlll'1lC llrlwcll IS Oll lllv lM'ilIll h'llll l llllllcllll Sllllll :ls Sllllllbll Alilfllll spots. Xgilc llllL'lll Slllllk' lJL'l'l'0l'lIlK'l'S llolil. llllllllllx. :lllcl 1lIlllJlll2llL' "Rope 'clll up. I'0llIlil 'cm llll. You llllwlll l':llll Mircssv, slill ill llifl' L'OXYQlll'l clcllllcs, ' ' : ', C1lY0l'l 2llJ0lll 1lllL'l' ll Lll'CSN l'Clll'ill'S1ll. rillg llllc ol lllillly cxfilillg :lcls llullvzllll lllc Big lop. flllflh Nl2l1'lLSll'Ulll. Pzllli Miller, :lllcl Czlml RlCll1ll'tlS L l'lllKlC .Xml l ul Vlllll' lfwlllv Big Sllwll' Wllll ll pmlllisc Lllzll ll1Cy will "lic Huck Sllflllll XVlIll Ill01'C llllll clllcrlzlilllllclll. Q.-, gged totsiboys CIIIIOZWH Lind at swarm ol mighty fleas Qlzwlmuj are ' o ' J' ' ' lust 1 couph oi the hilarious :nets 2lIiIJL'2ll'IllS under the :trtxotl-pzlckecl big lop, AHS Big Top- evzll Bzlg Shaw 1968 was the year oi' the big circus at Arlington Iligh School. The Student Council Talent Show, A Really Big Slzcw, was put on in the Grace Gymnasium by over one hundred students. Two members of the fzuiulty, Miss Judith XVhitney and Mr. Jerome Pugsley, directed the show. After tryouts were held, three weeks were allowed for rehear- sal. Yet in spite of the short time, thirty eye-raising acts were con- structed aud performed on the nights of October 31 and Novem- ber 2. Riugmzister John Noeren- berg introduced :ill acts to the audience who Silt inunching pea! nuts and popcorn in 21 true circus atmosphere. A pzirztde led by Car- dettes presented thirty hair-rais- ing and death-defying acts which included WVillie and lrVlllTl21 on their unicycles and the dancing highhiuders from Scotland's yard. .Xrlingtoifs :audience is delighted by the antics of the world- rcutmwied Merry Midgets :is they play at the .-XI-IS circus. .Xnu l'l1'lll17CSC :uid Czlil Ilziemker. in the midst of downing I atrouud, perform :un :uct in this yc':ir's "Rt-:lllv Biggest Slit-w." l 19 wg .il , .v . r , 5 Y L..--1' 9 ,Q if MJ .4- Y z s Fall Leaves Fond Memor Y lf, ,, 'VL 'QI -I wiv' i,,f" V 4. , '- 14: . .Xugel Iwgxlcmal, IIZIXIIIQL zxwlwcl Irom illl ull-Imys SLIIOUI in Nlaulricl. 1-njovs the change uf t'IlNlI'UIllNl'lll l71'0XltlC'tl ln' Sm K1 nh. lrlllll NllIkCNSl'.13UIlll1l xY1lIlL'l', 111141 Su-ph liizlluk. f'l'uj1J Rum - Tiny 'lim - llaulghlry Sllllffl :md .Xf1!lI'l.'lI'll1Q' mlwcrilmnr ,Xrlingv highlights Ihr M-1151111 with hix pivrcing mnk f:Lll'fl1'lIQ's uml their new uniforms, fzllmullu. Clirlorvj Soucl' clllllusixnsls Iml- llc lu XVIII ilu' llll-llHl1Ul'l2llIl Crmllml. ww.-....,, ""' N'--M ,. Huw, Vw: got, ll IIu111oplc1'al!" PZIIH I sun azlpllzws bugs HII thc cvcr- l'Xfilillg' Zoology flaws fin-ld trip. 5lI CQ, 1- 4-' f g i' Y 'W I '- ,E lim' Im1'1'icr 'Ibm SWQIIIHOII lmlllcs his y Llmruglx the cruss country jung "Sure, il'5 zu lol nl hzml work." smilcs .Xngcfl FiQ.llL'YUll. .'Xl'liIlgl0ll'5 furcigll cxcllzmgc slucluul lrum Klzulrid. Spain. in :umvcr Lu um vc-ry ilucrcslcd varsity chem-l'lcndc'l's. Harriers Hustle Past pponents Tom SXVZIIISOI1 lczuls Zl lmccrlcss lluwicr pau k Lo illlrlllltl' x im wry. wllimh jun gow lu prove thu JIIJSUIIIIK' puwctr oi' Cllxecrios, plvnty ull spinzlrll lrnm thc' n'z1I1'Ic'1'i:1, :mul 4lc'clic':1liml. NW 1'4I'a.".T-S ., 11 - 'W' 3 6 XX! CARDI AL CAGERS ROMP To Victory And Points Beyond Xll :111c'11iiu11 is Ihfiisceil on M-11i1,n' lien lUlgl'IlSCll :is hc pixolx In shunt for Lwo. 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QF' lv ?L 4 ilu! ,.-e:eQQ1fi,,., Q' 5 AS I-""",iy ll'CZlllllL'lll from Cloricli fiIl1'ClllL'l', Kurt Ifvziriiig llin- iioilwimis lllllllxlllg in llic pool Vllllillllhflll pn-cm into mile-1' lm' Clamliiizil pool genial wlm will livlp limi win lint plzicc. Pool-less Pacfldlers Proudl Prac XX lm sziyx uzxily Illilflllllg IJIAZIKIILCS 1ll't'Il s lun: Uliy. wc' own gm our lJltllll'L'S lillicll, llllllli Xlllbllf' ixxiikn-rs lil7g'l'li Cllinlmiziii, Craig llzlvis. liurl YlillOlllSOll. liurt lcrllycliow. Disguisn-cl :im Siipmiiialii. iiiilcl-iiiaiiiiwl Clnrcliiinl Lziiikcr, senior Craig llzivis. lmumls in rr YQISI cxpzniws ul lllC Xlc'lmp1xlir, iily lmul iii lmpvsol'11ikiiigl'i1'sl pl:1c'C lm- AHS. 28 tice Perfection .Kr six 1l.Ill. wlwu youre' in lml, lzmk- iiizm 'lull' '1'liicman1 is wzikiiig his liczul. 11111 Hi1gc111c1d flWVIl1tS 1114: l'11Z'lIlCC to 1 prove 111111 1lL'YS 12lS1C'l' 1111111 11 spCCc1i11g 1111111-1. 111010 IJOXVL'1'1.l11 1111111 HSI. 100. Swimmers All Wet? 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CARDI AL WHI RLWI O Wonderful Winter Activity N171 011-11 sc'x1'11lx-six ll'Olll1JOIlC5 IIIIL1 ll big, lJlll'lli1K' 11711111 c11111p1'1c with 1111- g1J1l1L'Il l41Ilt'S 1'11is1'11 In l1lt' 111:1xsixc 411111081111 111111 L1llll'llS01- 1110 'HU l5is11'i11 211 5111511 lfcslixall, .7 Q ' - HM , 'xl M 4, 1' ,JBL 1 Q- .lj Iwo 1l1.11bl'lllg Ic111111c 1:1115 lll1IIllli' -Illll N11ly1ll'l'tf, 111111 Rum. st-111111' 111111 klllllllil' XN'lllllt'lw ol N111 I1'111's1s111l1l1' 1111111-sl. 11111111 was 111-111 by 'I'1'i11l1- 111 misc 11101111 im' XIVS, O1'c11L'sl1':1 111 1' Ill 11 1' 1' liblly XX'11il1'. 1111122116 s111isl'iC1l 111111 she 11115 gix'1'11 ll gmnl IJL'l'11H'IIl2Illll'. 111v11i1s 1110 Nlix1'11 f1l1111'11s lJl'L'5L'IllLlI10ll 11111'i11g 111c 1315111111 Music 151-5111111 111 1'1L'I'hC'y High 811111111 1'iYl'Il 51111121 Claus 111111111111 have 110011 Il lllllI'C c11plix111i11g speaker 1111111 0111 11lIIll11' 211 1111- CRA XX'i111ur BLIIICIUCY. 513 Happiness Is Another State Championship ,N R 2' . i I il i P : " ,M ' '..f. -C. ' Mi. ,a gi - ,M-we , Fixing i ' wang - 4 ,M f - f f--M A lk, I, W f , f , - , -' le. ilii . I L' , spin i i i ' ,qbq ' l L i H 5 A 7. 5fArs cmmvionsmv I Y Toun.NAmzr-41' i Ffnr pins ai. ' I new nf RIDGE 5 Y i FMU l Q. A ' f ., - ' . . ., . iii" -X' S1111 lizmipuliiiisl 'l'c'i'i'v Iiziim-s Il0IH'i!1!illllliY hiss:-s ull his triple-Ilip ruiilimr wlmii XYHII lm' him thc' highest scores in the llllliUllliHI'1l high smlirml lI'2lllllHliillC pc'i'l'mtii "Look, Nhim, no il2lIlLiSf" grins Alim lhmissc-1111 ns he piuuliws iii I'i'c-m'-cxm'1isc'. mic ni' the fiw events in which he miiipclul to heumic hmilli Zlii-1ll'OllllLi mzm 111 the stale. Gary Drake is just lin-uls-mei-lin ul zihrmul gylllllilhlith as he nh-iiicriislizilcs illIll2lSlit' Iorm iii thc iicwcsl cxcnl strip Il urn' llIIlliJiiIlg'iI'l'i' vxvli .N an f , - ,L-Jifigsw A ., Ming g 1 rm :gg -x'51'?f511f1i'5 I K . x W . ,5,, M rv M ,, Li. Niall Iszlzlu QIIUUTW' frlfj ilIlllN lllll Llu sl LOIIIUIIIUIIS lllll HL 1 ll'll'l nl 1IXl'4'l'Xl'l'l5ll' nlm " IIIYIIILJIK' 5lCXt' You llrus fnlmlf zzglflp nluplznys ilu- url ul clmng ilu lllllll splilx, only Ullt' paul ul 1 Inu sxuc '-figj VOUIIIIK' Ihzll rzllul him IIIIIIIIMI om m thc Slllk lxum Llllll lxnlcs on ilu' Llbllul gxuulum ul thc clillicull xllfllgll mmm lmlmul hum sn IIIQII Ill llln cu11Ic1nl1u LllSIl'lll. zlml Sllllk' muh llus s IS Lum ll llllp Lllllllll lun llunu clcixu QI IXIIX uma .1Lg.ul1 ls lm nlmpI.u5 .lu- ul Ins mul lll IIIIIIKIIXKIN xxluln lm cl numlus KlLlLIIIIIIlLt1ILIHIIIIHL l5oI1C9lmi4h rm s llll ol klllll .lllll IIIIPIKSSIXK 1Llls Ull pulxxllcl bars. Arlington Linksmen Stroke Through Lofty Year l 4. A , I '4 .' X 5 lilly fm.. lu 'll W! H il I ' le 'ml -'ll nl l y lull f ll lll 'H lm lllu, lm l..-ll' l X Sli, 1 W il., mm- SUBURBAN 1 QHNQSQNS lll"- ll lor. l-nun acuool. ,ii . AQLlNh v lr ffffll .Xrlinglmfs gmswm-1' to Boll Hope Golf Classic mlnpc-liliml rcvczxls in--bluc czllmucas amd mlws ol' xlcvl il-1 thc l-2li'i' ol sumilx clmllcngn-5 as goll :nr-1-ls :xml lJll0lflgll1lPllCl'5. .Xu L'cSl1lIlt' grin on thc lncc ol gollcr Nlikc Roni registers julnilaulion OVCI' zulollu-1' :uc-? luck VQIIIYCCII proves Ilxzll cllivulry Lfxists in thc- gznuc ol' golf :ls luv employs some lxlncy foolwork while: sawing his lmll l'1'0lll x'orzu'ious wr-urls on that p1':u'Lime field. ,H l.llllLhIIlCll Mike Rossi. 'luck Yzuiccii. Rich .Xrmour sluml iilcniiin-1'i1i:4l :ns tlicy wzxlvli Bill XVolu1l lllilllllillll his cool Illl'OllQ'llUlll Lllc SZIIIYK' c'xL'4'lxlimi nl' l-lllll0ll5 ll1ltlLSWlllg. Riclizml .Xl'IllUlll', .luck VJIIIYCCII. :md lil'1lIll.Ol'll O'l3ci'ry slmw llu' tlircc Xlllll paris ul :my gall swing :us Llic Iczuu lkzllows lliruugli during zmollicr siurcss- lul grill' xc-nsuii on llic .Xrlinglon lOlll'. Q czuumzllcs look on as .Xrliiiglou links num llliL'lJ1lI'CS to llub MSI. OIJPOIICI Cardinal Netmen Raise A Racquet At State Finals "What L1 rznczkel! Once you're in, y0ll'l'C lioukecllu ihink tennis lerrilits Bill Snelling :incl Paul Stevens while they watch the hull go soaring' ofl' inln the wilcl. blue yonder. f ' V ii: 5 .ww ,, , ., .. . fi.,,'. .,,. Tw .1 V.- e a"e e ihil e. A ty 51 is , fr, 9 ---. f Y .-., , . 1 f X , , lf ' -!.,1N- U" 'wiyu I -,B 1513, , H . .. li' xg i av K ' f r 'ffyf , , If r . X if, ,Ruff Q NT, 1 9 N. t ,. - ' V . . K. 'Q "1 f. 4 ,LH 4,- y 1 ., gf, ' ' Q lil! v. fa - .-' , ,J A X z :HY 'bi Greg Harris risks. "Racket, rzicket in my hzuncl who's greatest in the land?" AHS. K 4' fiT""f:?!'.f ,A Y Y , f i f 35? -ua 1-- if 5.: P' H - "- '-iii!-T' A"-nf ,- Ut' I I .i X gg? a f a, NK K , y ggi. , ..,- X 'K 4 .1 V X ,M 3 tw? ,W ga- Y + ,L 3 Q. Ng 4 fig .W w W 3.3 E? gi, .1 Y all Ma f t ix 4 as 5 -...Q....- - at IM xx, Q Greg. The Harris Iiion. lets his l'0XX'CI'lIlQ, opponent know who's King ol' Courts, E18 4' if .g t V, . I ,F , 'f ND 4 J "I wis 7 5 'U - rfb 4 Q-V V If-1-i Ql'C'ZvniS!- vs a 9 ai" 7 3 V' wifi h l'cl eaten my XYl1e:llies this morning!" exflziinis exzlspemtecl Scott Mclizly as he xives up lowering opponent Roh Haier. who stands ready lo rank up more points. Pi' i'I':iCIIlClll2ll'f'. my clczir XII. Stvlling. just prelcml yULl'l'C shaking lmmls with thc racket." Conch Pill'ilI40I'll rcvicws thc hzusic' lcnnis grip with in slellxu' Sl'lli0l'. Nwffjr A Q- SWJLXXX iii N i5 il, .- - . i M X 93 AT i i ' I i J' i 'ii 'wx' ,N .qu 1 .. R -fiiitmim N! 1 Ii -X X i MMM ,J VARSITY CONFERENCE X gpm:-among Y QNX U lqbg ,N X N ARL1Nc,ToNH1c1H 5cHocaL X ,E - X L1 ' Vi, Xi Usually IIlilli'IIl2lllllCl'Cd. Ikllllin Lcrrui' Kcn .IOl'gCllSCIl slzmds poisvcl for action before :1 crushing conntact :incl then steps lightly into a fzmtnslic follow-through. '-J J9 Co, go. gn IJUXYCI' is ill'IIl4lllSlIk1lll'fl by junior Stull Blllll'l' who n'ox'L's L-:slung C.l1c'L'r1m czlcll l11l7I'lllIlg'. plus lJI'lli'llCL'. um llclp. .Q LL. 'XVI ml l'll2llLCS SZIHIINY run?" is thc 1Illt'hllUll :lun two oplmv lll'IllS :wk lll1'lllSL'lYCg zu lllinclzlcl Sum NYM lzoumls upwurcl, nn Swanson is NllllIL'I'll llllll as lu: lcncls llu' llclcl ol llxm clzuls Ill lhc two lllllC clxslznlfe umm .lr thc MSI. Comes 40 Exhilyiling PCI'lnCCl form. Cary lfzxgcrson uses the lorcc typical- ly ncccssury Lo spun' am illllllfllllllg lunch from AHS culcleriu. District Champs Make Tracks For AHS Victory hiQt' Illi- I4-ft. right, lCl'l. right. gasp. gasp. One. two. ll11'L'l', four, pull. pull. Hoy lm-. 11-zlllv lxzuw llml llminrlaul l'llYllHll now. 'llngcflllt-1' now. left. right. lcll, l'lL1lll. l.-"Fl 'W l J H A f x g 1 ' 11 I , :tw 1 X un A, l ,T - msrmr Touram HE LD AY . 'U I D-l S A " nnunurcunrfsnrs llocs11't :anyone nolifc llu- climplcs in llznvc Slcclds Lum-Ls when hc' umslcrs thc lmrcllcs? I'rolxz1lmly thc girls flu! I 'l-'WSW' -ill QI.1:fIj "'l'l1aL supcrmam stuff isl1'l so Illllglll-l COIN' moms 'lkulcl SOIIILTS. as lu' l , fwczllcsl ul case. flflfllll luul Iollclsrm pl ox 1 s zmyllung ns possllmlc. :us lm aullm-:nuts lu swallow :I hugh llymg slcel slwl pm. 'll Diamondmen Swing Thru Sparkling Season f'f'X'N .W I. 9 X. ff X W 1 Rf? I ff ? 1 I r V x wx yx W QW s Xmvl 5,-Ry 1 R V 5 x W 5 gm vu' W n 5 N I I f K K N X 1' N is wyfvv Nl V' E if 1 U J-155 tl. A 9 -UIIMW VIQIIK' windup. Ihc pilcgh. and ,Xl'lillgl0ll'S scnior l1u1'1c'r C111 ' .XIHIUTSOII suucssfully slrikcs out zmolher oppmu-l1l. Om' f clynzumic duo on lhu pirflwfs mouml plan more iIlg4'lli01l5 ll1ilIIl'lINCl'S lu use succcsslully against I-'rm-sl Vim-wk Ilona. '12 ,Xflcr ll close play by Czml iii1'Sl liaise- mzm. flllHI'Il!'5 zumtlier lim' is maullccl nut. AHS3 third lmsciiiuii flwlnzvj retires opposing sirlc by Ullbiiillg' thc pop Ili, ni Sciiim' piuliing acc. Clary .Xiidm-rmii. QIIIIUFWQ liurla thu lilllli slrlkcr lu retire thi , Int lmllci' :xml pilfli llic' ci2Il'liill1liS lu zmollici' victory. .Xl'iilIgl0l1'S Xllfbily C0 5 flu-lmvj joins imriiilmcrs ni, his ICAIIII on Llir' umuml to clisruns thc game slrzitngx Bunburyist Discovers The Vital ulmportance Cf Being Earnesti' kluhii lvfilillllllg :mtl .Xlgernuii play. fiWCllLl0lCll, liiiiery Peek. Mumiiellli. plziyecl hy KL. Xliehziel :intl Cecily. Virginizi Hawley. pm'- Rieclei' ziml Rllylllflllll xllllllll, dis- lrziyecl Iwo lovely yflllllg iiiziiclens em'ei'ecl The lf11j1r1rlu1111'of living who were iutereslecl only in IIICII lfrlnlfdsl when they l'ell in luxe iizimecl l'i2l1'llCSl.'l4llC eoiilecly was w i l h Clweiiclulen l'iIlll'li2lX :mil clireclefl hy Miss Trad. lim Pump Cecily Clzmlew cluriiig lhe winter wus leelmiezll cli1'eeIoi'. llizimie llieclei. :is l,4inh lil'llililll'll. has ai clililiciill lime lllNlllSSlllg nizirriaige with IJQQ Rigqler iii gi scene lil'f7l11 lhg- win. lmiiflielor llllllllllfylkl ,Xlgeriiini Nlomiiell. ziliais Rziy Nlllllffl, during the lJl'0llllL'll0ll, ter plziv. lirifmrlrzzln' of Being I'iIlIllf'l'l. llIltli'l' l.aicly l3r'ziekiic'll'n pieriing shire, Y Y john Xlurlliiilg, Iimls IJIKYIJUNIIIQ lu his clezlresl flweiicluleii quite clisliexsing. "My clear .Xuiil Kklgllslil. l regret to my there :iris no eucumlxer sziudwiiliexf' iimweix .llgeriioii Mmiiriellf Ll1JOlOgl?llCllllY :is hig 1iunL'5 pointing hire rellcets dimppoiimueiil. 44 I Ciinm' Hziwlex poses lm' impeilirni hx' Ycrx' 1111011-slilig-an wllzigc ui Orchcsis members: I,lml:u llmrws, Sue: TAICLTCTQIIIQ. Iniicl l rchesis In A Dance Calla e Lciisc. liurlm lfrimlric', Ilmmzi XYAIICV, l.au1'iC l.Oc'l11'll. Nlzlrgzircl lung, lam iT1UWA'1iSVIliT, .Xilcr llircc mmitlis oi' prepzlr- The Clklllll' "Tip Tm' Thmiigli Zllitlll, Oirhcsis IJIg6St'IlIC'CT i ts The Tulips," sung by Tiny Tim. zmnuzll ummrrt Mzirch 28 and 229. Icziturcfl Imllcl, Iiltcrprctivc mo- Tliis yczifs sliuw, Collrlgf, um- clcrn CT2lIlt'C wus displayed in llllilly sislccl ui' clzinces i'T1fJYCOg'I'lllJTlt'Il IIUIIITJCIAS such :is Ufloinpllter ln by IIICIIIIJCTS of Orclicsis. l.m'L'." :incl "Ins Diusf' INT-Ul'lll2lT Sc-Y61'z1l CTIIIIKC Iiorms werc pic- clzmccs wcrc vliui-cogitipliccl In In .I . I I , .. , , , H Mmlin HOVLII. Minh Tllllflll cl.mrL the scmccl :ls Lollagz' num- to liic. populzn' songs as Ihc- Stripper. ,-md, My 1, 198.1 ,-,,,,,'l,m-L. of m,HPmC,.b Sue Koih clisplqnx artistic lulvm in her Pnl llruby. portrziyiilg Sliyclcly XX'hipl:ish. grins hzxughtily :ll Pearl Tyllll'-Hl'.l!'l. plzuym-ml impressiuiiisiif pz1inLi11goIiP:1LtY Hruby. hx' Lynn jolinscm. :in thc lrauiii iivun in ll highly IIICTOKTIYIIIIRILTC scum- imm llollnug 41 gush During lull' QL'OIIlL'll'y ilzlss. unc zllluxiliw SlllKiCIll czikulzilcs thc HCI'OCifIlZlIlliL' ililomizuliml IlC'LL'SS2ll'y Im' zllluriimm kilc-flying lun. nuiilill my. I Izlkm' yu: anwzly frmn alll this?" grins Miko DL'lo1m.i. as rspringk wawni sunsliinc QUIIIILIQTS lmullv ICITUII liylski :mil him I ' ,SQ ,. sy f . . . , ,i,.,,i.fQsl Senior DC'lllliS Xll'!lt'il2lHl limis Iillll hlllillg in lllc limc lo USC ' - in' an quick trip in NI:u'lJoimld's for lunch f 9.-E1 1 ' i iixlgi Ama? F ' In J L .J X1'linglol1's :ll'l cxliilmil :xt R:mdl1m'sL firm up Xlziry Sllzlffefs uiisiii zupimiioiis as she reviews the uri class cxplzmulious. Lumli uuisidc- is more exciting than one thinks! KVl1o says "turning im" wilh ll rmmiish-pirklc szimlwich in thc- fresh 'lll' lllllil bc clinic. il' out ilcmcml mind bniing wind blown? I EQ , ' Q I ' lf M ,, 5? 1. 5 gm -, f 'A1 li ij '-A Q., :M Vn. K , H s Q fi Q' ' ,J .2 ,K . i 4' 'X , Q UUQUH1 W-BJ Cardinal Audience Puckers U For KiffMeKate "lint huh' linux why clml thou uhusc mu su?" slmuls dormlccl ,lim SLIIIIILT. A ,gf 'NIP- :. . 'lllglflll Illllhlflll. lxm' Mc Kuff' I'f'llt'LlI'SCA thc lineal grand chorus ' ulhvr U1u'nin,' .Xuo1hc1' Shawl' 5 -IS y Peck I'l',lCCl5 R1-x PIITYIIIS pluu " nlncss in .XIlS's Kiss .Hu Kale. Kiss Alu lfulrf, 1I1c play 11'i1I1in 1 11I11y, was spirilc-cllv I11'o11g'I1t to cvc-11i11qs oi' May I7 111111 IS, 1068. 1'c1'to1' ol' 1I11- lll'UfIlIC'IIOIl. .Msislf mg I1i111 wc1'c NIV. SC'IllIlOyL'l', Miss XVI1it11cy. :md M11 Pugslcy, 1111ci student cIi1'cc'to1' lJ11x'L' I,11I11111lic1'. 's 15 QL I LX and l L 1' 0' 1 11' 1' ro c' 1 I I111gc 11 1 S 1 s Je' 1' Vtlllll' ' ' ll IIIHIIIIQ of fill? Sl11'1f11'. Rex 11cIvpl- ll'S ol I'IY'HI'KlllS l'1.'IIL'lll'hLlI to 111 IlllI'C IIIL' ICIII no 1111cI cI111111111L'1' ol Clulc- I'f11'1c'1"s II' SIIIKIIIWI USI11' in UNC UI' AXHSI5 H I I , A , ncly music 111I111i11111c' IIS XI11 S1I1111oyL'1' sig11:1Is for 1110 opcuing IIIQIII 1Imv11l1c11I. 1111151 6IltL'I'l:lll1ll1g,' pC!'IOI'lll1lIlCl'S. gr mwwj INIIII Iiir1I1I1oI'I workx Oll COSIl1llll'S for IICI' I 1 A: '- 1' " ' : '1sL. Qliwlomp Hume 0 1,x1111's 11'1'111iu11s 1111: S0011 11s 1,isI1y 1111cI Rc-x play 49 omlering XS'llClllLl' l1e llllll his t1'z1i11 will he the nexl XlilllllS of lllllll l1i-iaukers, the i'OllLlllCI01' looks ClLllll0llSly :il tl1e lrowsl s111'ro11111l111g the elution. l.llll'li. he lincls lll0y'l'l' coming 2IllUlll'.l Io haue Zlll Clllflllllllk li111e following "Of llllwll 11111l lJl'C1llllS.H XIII ples lzlke time 11111 l1'o111 the tlilllflllg' lo enjoy iUllYLfl'51lllOll Sue l71':111k's lllllblllllllg leet linml reliel lI'Ulll Robert liosliolfs twinkle toes, Ill ial the l'lK'gIllll lllIIlUSl1llCl'L' "Oli ljllllll lllltl 1Jl'CLllllS..l tour Memories Of A Dream June not only llftillglll the lflllg-1llVZllfl'Cl Sllllllllel' vz1ez1Iio11, hut the most Cll'g'1lllI l-0l'lIllll ol' the yeznx The IJTOIII was litlecl Of Iirmw and 121'zff1n1.s', and was held z1t Cll1evy Clmse Cionntry Clluh. The night ol' blune sixth was 2lllIlL'lIl2lICKl with lllllfll excitement :is well as ehuos. l'i2lt'll girl n1z1cle sure her dress wus the most exquisite and the only one ol' its kincl. .X hoy, on the other hand. had to worry 2llJ0lll which IIICIIVS Stull? was going to make him look ii'- iesislihle i11 El tuxeclo. Dflllflllg' to music' hy ll pop- nlan' l'UIIllJO lillecl the hours. Several plunnecl zxetiv- lies UL'lillPlCLl tl1e 1'Cl112llllClC1' ol' the night. The IDYOIII was o1'gz111izecl hy the junior class, and their ll1ll'Cl work c'1'ez1tecl an evening ol' l'Olll2lllCC and 111e111o1'ies that will always l'CII12llll witl1 those who attemlecl. f 9 TRADITION In Change AHS 1969 Administration ........ . . Organizations ...... . LA thletics -..... . Individuals ...... . . v- ,K , V rx ,, .mx E ,,,M. ...Q 2? fn avi ,sf wi. Fig, 1,5 ,rm Ll ,f 3,5 ,'-, g , .. V Q Y' F. HN agp . ' TIO gff ?ff2:5ff'f?Y"'7'f'Iff Q-fl?" .?J"41-L1-fE2'5Q0f. " - s-ff31ei,g'.:f,f3v .:,Jc1ey..g.Q it f :fQFi?f,1,fLz.. M, -. ., .A wwe YQ 1, ,l I s 1 Q f- ,mm 1 V - Q. -I 1QwZSLy34v,.fQ 4, , was ,-,, - ,tk iff? :Q ' A ff' -frifwlvfa xg., A ' f,,,h , ' dv , M - w if We Dr, Gilbert, Superintendent of District 214 schools, leads the way to practical, yet treative, applications of education. Dr. Gilbert, the Superintendent of District 214, headed the school board with the aid of the Assist- ant Superintendent, Dr. McLennan. Dr. Gilbert was responsible for the selection ol' teachers, and Dr. MeLennan's duties included being in charge olf eur- riculuih q development. The solving of Student problems and the forma- tion of school policies were the duties of the elected board. One ol' the most talked about decisions made concerned the perniission granted to each school which allowed it to decide whether or not students would be given smoking rights on school property. 3 p its .fi . 3-' A 2, fri v Dr. Roderick hllilkllllflll, Assistant Superintendent, sits Cahn- ly in the face ol dilliiculties CllkUlIlllCl'Cll by district schools. Business Of Education BOARD OF EDUCATION Ifrorzvl Row: Leah Cummins, Frank AI. Smith, Ethel E. Beal. Second Row: Raymond A. Erickson, Ricllzlrd A. BZlClllllllJl'1', lfrank R. Bergen, Arthur E, Aronson. . qw' ,.f-'K ,.W-.,. 1 X. V- X. lx in z 3 Adding a little variety into his busy duties as principal, Mr. XYaara takes a hreak and looks up long enough for his picture. plu- 1 -ra Assistant Principal Vlilliam Powell is welcomed hy Director ol' Sintlent Activities Vincent Ahnquist as they lay out the plans for the assistant principals first year at Arlington High. Powell akes F our The school year hegan with the addition of Mr. Powell as the Assistant Principal of Administrative Services. Mr. XVaara ancliNIr. Rowe hegan their sev- enth year at AHS as Principal and Assistant Princi- pal-. respectively. Mr. Ahnquist, Director of Stu- dent Activities, again helped the student. body to coordinate activities and projects of interest to them. The administration provided three new courses to expand the already broad scope of curriculum at AHS. Radio-T,V. was offered to all juniors and seniorsg advanced placement in French was offer- ed: and a cooperative work agreement program was initiated. A student-faculty co-ordinating com- mittee was fortned to aid understanding hetween the administration and the student body and to make decisions on grievances. Given the opportuni- ty to make the decision as to smoking on school grounds, the administration replied negatively. "Early Bird" classes were once again available for the early risers. lflowever, unlike last year, there was no early dismissal availahle to students. , ,gh . . V1 Keeping Arlington on the right track of enjoyable education through a finer curriculum is Vite-principal Mr. john Rowe. 57 Secretaries Serve To Expedite School Processes sEcRETARiEs I Front Row: Mrs. Virginia Uppling, Mrs. Ruth Nordbrotk. lon, Mrs. Florence Braunsreuter, Mrs. Pat Corts, Mrs. .Iulie Mrs. Dorothy Rudd, Hrs. Vera Tessendorf, Mrs. Mary Na- Clorkell, Mrs. Gene Smith, Mrs. Carol McKay, Mrs. Patricia gorny. Second Rom: Mrs. Sally Holmeister, Mrs. l.ucille Gil- Phillipp, Mrs. liileen Gast. The secretaries at Arlington are one of the many behind-the-scenes forces that kept the school func- tioning. Mrs. Cast, secretary to Mr. XVaara, headed a staff of ten per- sons, who served in various capa- cities from the registrar, Mrs. Crockett, to treasurer, Mrs. Cillon. liaeh department had its own par- ticular secretaries who served Zt- part from those in the main ad- ministration offices. These ladies worked closely with the teachers in preparing material for class- room use. The attendance office personnel worked forty hours a week. In addition to admittance procedures, they assisted with correspondence and rentals. Plach day the attend- ance was sent to the central office with IBM equipment. In the mail room announcements were typed and mail was distri- buted. Administrative secretaries worked with teacher staffing and handling the budget. The secreta- ries performed invaluable services for faculty and students at AHS. 58 Mrs. Gillou, busy attendance olfite secretary. is surrounded, almost engulfed, by a deskload of things to do. Her special duties include keeping track of funds. ' T ' 1 Y 2.1, .f 'iz 1 .,, 1 - K : it s sw . 2 f S COOKS Front Row: Laverne Reider, Dorothy Chidly, Lorie Geisen, Charlotte Hill, Manager, Lucille Mainiero, Blanche Tollef- son. Second Row: Martha Savdiga, Maxine Curtis, Lorraine Cooks Dish Up hile YVhen stomachs began growling at AHS, students' thoughts turned to the cafeteria. Visions ol the meals that the cooking stall' was preparing bolstered the1n through that last class before lunch. Favorites this year included ham- burgers, the "diet" line, the ever- popular mashed potatoes, as well as an increased and varied supply ol' Candy. The new disposal system was an aid to both students and ealeteria personnel. Mrs. Hill head- ed the harcl-working cooking Crew. The clistrirt supervisor was Mrs. lVoolsenctrol't. The enstodians had the respon- sibility ol the maintenance of the school, hoth indoors and ont. An additional task was sweeping away dust tracked through the school due to remodelling. This aetive Crew consisted of eighteen eus- todians and one matron working' around the clock to complete the tasks. Mr. Leark headed the crew. ai -si'-' .. 14' , . il L. .,,, V7-. L 15 . i Radthe, Marilyn Sundquist, Flora Haines, jane Thortin. Third Row: Ruth Naughton, Lillian Mcrges, Mary Zitzer, Milclred Hliltgen, Lorraine Ilausknecht, Shirley Kruser, Lor- raine Marscalek. Custodians Swish CUSTODIAN5 Front Row: Henry Leark, Delores Hans, Tony Putz. Second Row: Herman Schu- mukel. SllllllLO Markovic, Adolf Meyer, Peter Fack, George l'Vinkleman, Lewis Scliurr. 59 Faculty- umber ne Knowledge Division GREGORY J. ALCORN, B.A., English, Assistant Football Coach, Assistant Wrestling Coachg CANDY ALLGAUER, B.A., English, Future Teachersg HELEN M. ANTICH, B.S., M.S., Mathematicsg ALLAN ASKEW, B.S., M.A., Psycholo- gistg RUSSELL R. ATTIS, B.S., M.S., Director of Physical Education and Athleticsg PETER J. BABRIS, B.A., M.A., Foreign Languapje, Russian Clubg MERLE W. BETTERMAN, B.A., M.A., Division Head For Bus. Ed., Hmkg., Ind. Ed., Voc., Business Education Clubg ROBERT G. BOESEL, B.A., M.A., English, Heights, Chess Cluby PHILIP BREIDING, RS., M.S., Speech Therapistg GARY LEE BRODNAN, B.A., Social Science, Freshman Basketball Coach, Sophomore Ten- nis Coach. "Happiness is I'CCClYlllg ll progress report with CXCClJllOllIllly good lirsl quarter grades," cxflziims sopliomorc Linnea Berger. Mr. Bcttcrmzlu Mr. Bocscl 60 Mi: .Xlmrn Mrs. .Xiilicli Hr. .Xltis Mr. Brcimling 0 U 114, Hrs. Allgziuci Hr. .Xskcw Mr. Babris Mr. Bliliilllilfl Q Wifilllili' Miss Callilizln e...wafe, . ,.,,,., ' , 'Qifif it s -F ':- -yvrl 53 ' D :fig 7" px. , . 1 . , ., fi: XY Mrs. Clanoy Mr. Clark 'Bw Miss Coffman Mr. Calvaretla Mr. Carter Mr. Ciulla I I . GNN Faculty 1 E Mrs. Clark SI-nior diuli clay? No. .Kun Owens, .Xnne lfrislmie. and Miko Rossi are sole surxivors ul .XHS rrisis 3 thc Hong Kong flu. Miss Cobb LILLIAN CALLIHAN, lVI.B.A., Business Education. Business Education Club, ANTHONY J. CALZARETTA, B.S., English, Individual Speech Eventsg ROBERT CAR- TER, B.S., Business Education, JV Basketball Coach, Fresh- man Baseball Coachg NICHOLAS G. CIULLA, B.S., Library, HOWETT CLANEY, B.S., M.A., Counselor, Freshman Class Sponsor, NANCY K. CLARK, B.A., M.A., Foreign Language, Cardcttesg ROBERT 0. CLARK, JR., B,A., M.A., Counselor, Swimming Coach, Junior Class Sponsor, BETTY M. COBB, B.A., M.A., English, National Honor Society: MARCIA LYNN COFFMAN, B.S., Science, Medical Careers Club, MARY LOUISE CORCORAN, Ph.B., English, Student Show- Mrs. Corcoran case Committee. 61 Facult f 1 , W, "" . .LLL , Clouccrnccl :about touiglifs zlinucr, Mike Splill rcvicws HVUIIIHIIJS Daily for usclul Hllouseliold Tips" as SCOLL stuclics. I 'V' 'Q R l 2 ga-:B Mrs. lllCll'lLlI Nlr. Dorn MARTHA A. CRAIG, A.B., M.A., Counselor, Student Coun- cil Sponsor, Sophomore Class Sponsor, Foreign Student Programg JOHN LAURENCE CUTLIP, B.S., M.S., Busi- ness Education, Wrestling' Coach, Assistant Varsity Foot- ball Coach, Assistant Track Coach, NANCY B. DAVIS, B.S., Englishg ELIZABETH A. DECAUSSEMAKER, B.A., Foreign Language, MARGUERITE DIETRICH, B.S., M.A., Foreign Language, Pan Language Banquet, Future Teachersg ALLAN G. DORN, B.S., M.A., Counselor, Junior Class Sponsorg DON DRAIN, B.S., M.S., Mathematics, Assistant Basketball Coach, Assistant Baseball Coach: JOYCE R. DUNNE, B.A., M.S., Englishg WILLIAM W. EITEMILLER, B.A., M.A., Mathematicsg JUNE ELLINGSEN, M.A., M.A.T., Social Science, Triple HS". 62 Miss Clrzlig Mr. Cutlip Mrs. Davis M iss DeCz1usscmnkcr Mr. Drain Mrs. Duunc fl' , w ill f--W' f 1 Q it I- Q - .,,. , f I x c A N ga K Nomncg - ,V 4,533 , ry -os, ,lfs 'f ,,',s5,.5,i-5, y 3,3 ,,,, L Q, J J' ,,, 4 X ..- ', f I BEC ' fi 59, ' if 3 in 1" ' I sffi' ,L r X ., , f nb' ' X . I Mr. Ilitcniillcr Miss Ellingscn .46 Hr. limcry Xlr. Fnnnons X. sf, 4-1-. Miss EXVRIII Miss Faigcl 3,.,, -r C 2' J . ., S r. ,f.. If-vi gy. ll' an ,..-1 M... , ,gf F F' J A A . be Q.. Hrs. lforcl Nlrs. lforinzm , iiizfrl fi , -, Qi we J Q , gm 5 Q Al, 5 N,,1 . i - c Mrs. Iirenz Xliss Frey riginality of Thought And Expression -OK Mr. Fish Hr. lfliehler Biologx' lcznclicr Mr. Einnirms prouclly displays sonic l'i'lIIll2lllli ol' il low ul' his lczisl l':ix'o1'iIc hlllKlClllS from prcxious classes. , as he F JACK EIVIERY. B.S., M.Erl., Counselor, Sophomore Class Sponsor: ROBERT L. EMMONS, B.S., M.Ed., Science: CAROLYN EWAN, B.A., Homemakingr, Home Economics Careers Clubg NANCY FAGEL, B.S., Social Scienceg JOHN T. FISH, B.S., M.S., Mathematics, Math Clubg JULIUS D. FLIEHLER, B.S., M.A., Science, JV Football Coachg MAR- GARET A. FORD, R.N. School Nurse, Medical Careers Clubg RAYNA FORMAN, B.A., M.A., Foreign Language, Pan Language Banquetg SHARON K. FRENZ, B.S., Sci- cnce, Future Teachersg JANE FREY, B.E., M.A., English, National Honor Society. 63 Faeult Inspires Classes To Heights of Learning Mr. Cc-llcrl Mr. Gibson "I guess the I'illslmm'y Doughlmy 4lIllIl'l help us too much." cxclziim Ilmmzx lioylcs, Donna Miller. :incl I.inclu Isqizicsoii. 1 4 4- ,, 1 1 4 , AMADO GARCIA, JR., B.S., M.A., Science, Rifle Club, Astronomy Clubg JOHN GARDNER, B.A., M.S., Mathema- tics, Soccer Club, Assistant Swimming Coach: BRUNO T. GELLERT, B.S., IVI.A., Foreign Language, German Club: HOWARD GIBSON, B.A., M.A., Business Education, Key Clubg LILLIAN M. GRAGG, B.S., M.A., Mathematics, Fu- ture Teachersg WYLMA L. GUILFOIL, B.S., Libraryg MARILYN I. HAGEY, B.S., Mathemziticsg CHARLES E. HAINES, Ph.B., M.A., lvlathematics, JV Football Coach, Sophomore Basketball Coachg LEOTTA HAMPTON, B.S., M.S., Counselorg VIRGINIA HARROD, A.B., M.A., Eng- lish, Creative Writers Club. 64 Mr. Garcia Mr. Czzrclner Mrs. Ciagg Mrs. Cuilfoil Mrs. Ilzugcy Hr. Haines me Q' I I if 2 f+f?i1 'HX' 7 j "Zyl U. . Z , Miss Hzunploii Miss Harrocl Mr. Harth it GO: 'T L +ws'f?5'i - if i f'-3 .C l , fi , .tw Q 4 f. A 5 La W ' Mr. H ollcy Blrs. Hnlinu Sy? 27.445 ld 'wr W iw iii-ri . Z' I C X l Q , we Mr. -Ioncs -we -4 . 'il 5, V K 1. . -. ' ' 'V ' S I ff Y X Q V V lr f S x if Lise' .5 -. . XIV. llifks Mrs. lIornc XX g , Mrs. IIult Mrs. Kane Facult . . . I IVli:n Skill! Such Poiscl fQl'2lCClllIl Don xI2lI'lL'l fonccntrzltcs on ilic inlricanc 1Il2lllCLlYL'l'S ol' :L call. lczip during his P.E, class. A ,gf Mrs. Hunclt Mrs. jason JOHN E. HARTH, B.S., M.Ed., Science, JETS, JOHN A. I-IICKS, B.S.M., M.M., M.A., Counselor, Freshman Class Spon- sor, GERALD D. HOLLEY, B.S., M.A., A.M. Sci. Ed., Science, Chemistry Club, CHRISTINE P. I-IORNE, B.A., Business Education, BONNIE E. HULINA, B.S., Mathema- tics, National Honor Society, DONNA JO HULT, B.S., Business Education, Business Education Clubg MARY LOU HUNDT, B.S., M.S., Physical Education, Girls Recrea- tion Associationg PAMELA JASON, B.S., Science, HUGH E. JONES, B.S., M.S., M.A.T., Advanced Certificate, Sci- ence Department Chairman, MARILYN KANE, B.S., M.A., Homemaking, National Honor Society, Home Economics Careers Club. 65 , . kV',' 'iw ., ' 5 8 I 4 Mr. Kllllflllflll Nlr. li2lYllIl2lllglI Cardinal Rule: Readinl Writin', 81 'Rithmatic 4l1'qQQi,l': 13,-,:,-we f - 'VH 7 XVl1iIc racism is the topic the Bosrou College speaker uses to unplurc: lllC zuulir-mc unnpmcml ul' senior sociology SllIlll'llIi. H. RONALD KAUFMAN, B.A., M.A,, Social Sc-ieneeg EU- GENE J. KAVANAUGH, Audio-Visual Director, Camera Club, PATRICIA RIGGIO, B.A., Foreign Lzlngfuagc, Riding Club, French Club, LAURA KENDALL, B.A., B.D., lVI.S.M., Private Voice Instructorg LINDA KLEINSCHIVIIIJT, B.A., English, Pep Clubg MAURICE KLOTZ, B.A., M.A., Social Science, Bridge Club, ROBERT E. KNILANS, B.S., M.Ed., Science, Astronomy Club, ALEDA S. KRESGE, B.A., English, Ski Club, JOYCE KULKARNI, B.A., M.S.T., Mathematics, Triple "SH, CURTIS K. LARSEN, RS., MB., Industrial Education, Jet Prop Hobby Club. 66 Mm. Riggio Miss Kendall Xlrs. lXIL'lll5llllllILll Mr. lilflll . f A f fi-vw-fu 1 5 Mr. Knilzms Mrs. Kresge Mrs. KllllL1ll'lll Mr. l.:n'sc11 K xii. ' 5 r' ' . Airs. Lzltoiii' Mr. l,in1lncr Mrs. Alil1ilillS iii Miss Mueller Miss l.conli:n'cl Miss Kldlilliil Mr. Nliclizurlis Mr. Nlucllcr Pacult SUSAN LATOUR, B.S., English, Pep Club: ALMA LEON- HARD, B.A., M.A., English Department Cl'l2ll1'lTl21IlQ CHAD H. LINDNER, B.A., Social Science, Sociology Club, LETA McMILLIN, M.A., Business Education, National Honor Societyg KAREN MARKUS, B.S., Social Science, Pep Club: FRITZ MICHAELIS, B.A.E., Art, Art Clubg MARGARET MUELLER, B.A., M.A., Counselor, Junior Class Sponsorg RICHARD J. MUELLER, B.A., M.A., Social Science, So- ciology Clubg WAYNE ROGER MUELLER, B.S., Study Hall Supervisorg DOUGLAS K. MURPHY, B.A., M.A., Eng'- lish, Fall Play, Spring' Play, National Thespizxn Society. ....-.- "Ycs, I think thc illlllIlllll'l' mzulc' ll mistake," zngrucs Miss Nlucllcr. "You'rc clclinilc-ly noi llic Drcssinziking ll type-." xhh Nlr. Mueller Mr. Murphy 67 Faculty Heads Strive For The Top Ar AHS JOHN R. NICHOLS, HS., M.A., Business Education, Di- versified Occuputions, Vocational Industrial Clubs of Amer- ica, NORMAN H. NIELSEN, AB., A.M., Foreign L2lllf.1'Ll2l,Ll't' Department Chairman, KATHERINE OWEN, B.S., Home- makingg MERRITT PAXTON, B.A., M.N.S., Scienceg JAMES B. PINK, B.S., Art, Art Clubg THOMAS J. PITCHFORD, B.S., M.S., Physical Education, Assistant Varsity Football Coach, Tennis Coach, UA" Club, ROY POST, B.S., M.S., Industrial Education, Jet Prop Hobby Club, Concession Di- rector, SHEILA M. PRESS, B.A., English, Student Show- case Committee, JEROME F. PUGSLEY, B.A., M.A., Mu- sic, Talent Show, Modern Music Masters, Young Artists Club: EVELYN L. RAU, B.A., Mathematics, Math Club. Artist Sue .lolinson works over ISU pounds ol' slouc wliilc: clraxwiny, xi lilliogrzipli ol livr iucluslrious ClllSSlIl1llCS lor url. Mr. Post Mrs. Press 68 Mr. Nichols Nlr. Nielsen li i 'fa All-5, Qu-Cu Mr. Paixlon NIV. Pink Mr. Pugslcy UK . A " -vf "Gif A V' . ' ' I yiaspziti , 1 ff L' 1':'?i-'ff fail i ,- - an fill? -M ' P' , so c. or . .. ., , Qt 11 wi? -,gm Y , , 4. ' .-1 . mm ,M - x ia, , ,ww -. . V ?,,,, ,?iF Q ,. , - fi wx, , kv, - ' ffiisll 'I Q a. T ,.f1,w. , , A i ,el -15,1 J gg" .f lmrff. ' Hifi? , . my ,ifz'z,fif., . asf i xg if f I w- ,-15:2 , ff' W 1 . 17,55-j, ia W: 'ff'-:fr-'fl' ' 'f f '1":5",?1,",a',?5 f"fa5',,fAQofh,1 . I Jflxf 17' ., Mr. Pilililorcl Mrs. Rau Rusi Hr. Russell Mr. Salilin Facult "Now Llinl l'in LlUN'll llL'l'k', liuw mln I get buck up?" :isles Couch Samoorc umlcr his lmrcath as lic ln-mls rzllislhcliics in Class. KENNETH RIGGS, B.A., Foreign Language, Spanish Clubg WILLIAM RUSH, B.M.E., M.M., Private Voicc Instructor: ROBERT CHARLES RUSSELL, B.S., M.S., Science, As- sistant Gymnastics Coachg CARL JOSEPH SAHLIN, B.S., M.S., Physical Education, Assistant Football Coach, As- sistant Track Coachg BRUCE A. SAMOORE, B.S., M.S., Physical Education, Cross Country Coach, Track Coach, KENNETH SCHALLER, A.B., M.A., Social Science Depart- ment Chairman, FRED C. SCHMOYER, B.A., M.Mus.Ecl., Supervisor of Music and Art, Pep Band, German Band, Stage Bandg ROBERT A. SCHONTA, B.S., Science, Biology Club, DONALD S. SCHROEDER, B.S., M.S., Director of Pupil Personnel Services, Senior Class Sponsor, RICHARD SEI- BEL, M.S., Business Education, Distributive Education Club. 69 Facult Nlr. Slicclizln Enlliusiaslic lxuul inclnbcrs clircclccl by Mr. Sclinioycr blow Lhcir minds to thc mclmly of "Mary I-lzul a Littlc l.zui1lz." Mr, Somcrs WJ f s w ,aff 4 . i I Miss Srernshein Mrs, Stcwnrl Mr. Stillc JAMES D. SI-IEEHAN, B.S., M.S., Social Science, NOR- BERT SIEWERT, A.B., M.S., Foreign Language, Latin Club, FRANCIS E. SOMERS, Ph.B., M.A., Physical Education, Baseball Coach, Freshman Football Coach, HELEN M. STAVROS, B.S., English, Individual Speech Events, Na- tional Forensic Leagueg EILEEN STERNSHEIN, B.S., For- eign Language, French Club, Riding Club, Pan Language Banquet, MADALYN M. STEWART, B.A., Mathematics, Math Club, Bridge Clubg DARYL STILLE, Police Counse- lor, Rifle Club, JOHN STRONG, A.B., M.S.W., School Social Worker, SUZANNE TEDELL, B.S., English, Car- dinal, Quill Kz Scroll, LINDA DIANE THOMPSON, B.S. Physical Education, Coronets. MVS- Tl'fl0ll 70 Mr. Siewcrt Miss Slznvros l Mr. Strung Miss Thompson lluunpsou Mr. 'lollick 'l 'ourck Miss Trad Xlr. Ycual Nlr, Viliou i Xli XVagucr Klux lYIllll'lCli Wiz a 1' cl s 0 A H S Promote Scholarship Mr. Ulrich Mrs, Vzuuleuburgh l'll'lL'llKl5lllIl Scvcu? .Xpollo liighl? No. lhcy'rc just two uoriual. duwu-lo-czulh A HS sludcnls wcldiug braces lor an shop Ill'O,iCCl. ROBERT L. THOMPSON, B.S,, M.S., Industrial Educationp THOMAS M. TOLLICK, BS., Industrial Education, As- sistant Football Coach, Assistant VVrestlin5x Coach, ED- WARD TOUREK, A.B., M.Ed., Social Science, Ski Club: LYOVONNE TRAD, A.B., M.A., English, Winter Play, Na- tional Forensic Leagueg JAMES F. ULRICH, B.A., M.A., Mathematics Department Chairman, Mathematics Club, CON- NIE VANDENBURGH, B.S., M.A., Physical Education, Girls Recreation Association, GUY VENA, B.S., M.A., Eng- lish, "A" Club, Intramural Sports, DONALD J. VI'l"l'ON. B.S., Driver Education, Assistant Cross Country Coach, Assistant Track Coach, VVAYNE H. VVAGNER, B.S., Eng- lish, Debate, National Forensic League, Student Forumg ROBERT VVALTHER, B.A., M.Ed., Physical Education, "A" Club, Football Coach, Freshman Wrestling Coach. 71 Cardinal Facult Aids Progress Ut Students TOM WALTHOUSE, B.S., M.S., Physical Education, Soph- omore Football Coach, Gymnastics Coach, Golf Coachg MARY WELPTON, B.S., M.S., Physical Education, Cheerleaders, BOYD WHITE, B.A., M.A., Music, Modern Music Masters, Young Artists Clubg .IUDITH A. WHITNEY, I-LS., M.Ed., Physical Education, Orchesis, Talent Show, CHARLES H. ZIEBELL, Study Hall Supervisorg GEORGE ZIGMAN, B.S., M.S., Physical Education, Basketball Coach, Freshman Foot- hall Coachg SHARON JENSEN, BS., Mathematics, Na- tional Honor Societyg JOYCE PETERSON, HS., Business Educationg LINDA SNVANSON, BS., Physical Education, xl"1IllllOlISt' wuz' sm ' 5 if: 1 7 A ',u.,.,, g , 1165? v mbikgggfk - 2' Y! Miss xVCllJl0Il Girls Recreation Association. "Il is Ilul. lor you lo rczison why - just hold Lhzll pose ton il I1-W llUlll'S.n grins Xliss lYliitllcy. Imixippiiig up Ll llllIlC'l'l'. Xlr. While Mr. Zichcll Miss Whiincy Mr. Ziginain B A Hi,-43 ' ful' V,-, .,f F Qt, 'ag '-i, g ,, A , ,q v wi' i a Hrs. blcnscn Miss Petcrson Miss Swanson 72 W . I lm, .AQ 5 I ff' Y 151.1 . 3' ' , r f 4 'Ugg , wa , STUDENT COUNCIL 'I'om Nicholson. Tlzirtl Row: Iim Iianmgartner. I.if Galloway. lfrrml Ruin: liris Englebretsen. Margaret Hermes, Colleen Guil, Kathy XVgtam, Alarybeth Kochi. Pat lioch. Marcia Ilolley, Clin, Ioil, Gayle Woods, Kathy XYood. Donna liuharich, Sue Alohn- fly Millet-A Nlgtriainu- Cllansing, Cathy Rowe, Liz lXIaltman, son. Eva Lacker. Becky Geiser, Pam liurkhardt. llathy Narup, Lisby Peek. Iiinda Ramsey. Betsy Nlcflolluni, Debbie 'leu- .Xnn Lotkwood. Ginny llawley. Mart ilaspar. Gail Collins. Sue rhert. Melissa Opela, .Ienger I-Iilgenleld. ,Iody Culberson. Collins. Sworirl Roth: -Iotly Grabow, Carol nlernberg. Pam lfonrllr Rout: Sandy Hilton, Bill Hellernan. lid Haldeman, Nliller. I-lric Hamilton. Nantee Dalley. Nancy Iiaumgartner. .lim Hellernan. .lim Parish, 'I'im Fitzpatrick. Ken Nlalcolmson. 'I'afIney -Iosil. Rink Stancfyk. .Ian Swanson, Nancy Scudder, Todd Somers. ,lim Ulrich, Scott lXlcKay, Curt XVilson, .Xngel Sue llohnson, Rick 'I'indall. Carol Richards, Dale Ruihenburg. Figueroa, Craig Howard, Lindsey Barton. Pat Hruby. Student Delegates Advance '69 Action Council 2 s Q- Y-tml STUDENT COUNCIL OFFICERS lfrmlt Row: President Rick Tindall. Srcmirl Row: Recording Secretary Cindy Miller. Corresponding Secretary Ginny Ilaw- ley. Third Row: Vice-president I.il Calloway, Parliamentarian Klint Ulrich, Treasurer Donna liuharich. 74 Ideas. both old and new, kept the Sludmit Coimcil busy this year. Sixty-four elected students, under the direction ol' Miss Craig, Mr. Ahnquist and the executive board, traditionally planned a fall Pow- der Puflf football game, lun nights, Homecoming, a competitive canned liood drive, and talent show. The council again supported our foster child in Viet Nam. Phung Thai Loan, and aided our two foreign ex- change students, Lourdes Perea from Peru and Angel Figueroa from Spain. Council members worked five days each week either on assigned committees or at meetings where projects and ideas were discussed. Nnliorirll Honor Society has again completed an' other actiye year. The organization is made up of students from three upper classes who excel in scholarship, leadership, character and service. Sen- iors mnst attain a grade point average of -1.0: inn- iors a 4.2: and sophomores must serve as probation- ary members with a 4.5 average. Under the sponsor' ship ol' Miss Cobb and Miss Frey, the group held a car wash, a work day, and sold PGIIIIZIIHS. Their goal was to earn money for next years initiation ceremony. .Yutional Thesjzinri Society is a select group for students who have worked one hundred or more hours on dramatic productions. 'iThis organization is for students who have gone far beyond our basic expectations of what a usual student achieves," stated Mr. Murphy, the Thespian chapter sponsor. Honor Equals articipation For HS And NTS NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY Ifronl Rmu: lieth I.CIlITl2Il1. Szincl Hilton, Richard Hvtkc, Burl: l"omlriL', Kathy G04-rlv. Dcllmlmic Yates. Srmnrl Row: Ilonnzl Iuoini. Lynn Iii1'chhoIl'. Kathy Yvllilfil. Tom Dcvinc, B1ll'Il Snhnllhcis, Suu Johnson. Tlrirll Row: Greg Scillxlffcr, EP?" l':nn 1xIIl'l'SSC, -lnlic Nowzick, Lynn Johnson, Gwen Pultcrson, Mary Donn Rossi, llznhy Rowe, Karen Mzirkstroni. Fourth Rmv: Slow l.:utl:i, .john Noercnherg, Craig Howzlrcl. Bill Slclling. jim Ulrich. Bob Nox'airiu. Angel Figueroa, Brian I Roni, Dennis fionrznl. H.: rw N Zin? gf UK' NATIONAL THESPIAN SOCIETY lfrmzl Row: Mr. Murphy, SIIG NIL'- Nczll, Cclcslc Lzuiclon, -lczin Horr- mxinn, Marjic' Bowen, Srephzlni Cummings, Linda Rznnscy. Second Row: .Xdricnnc Voisc, Dchhie I-Icrdrich, Lisby Peek, Ginny Haw- ley, Lisa Knzluf. Rosalie Keller. Thirrl Roni: Cheri Berggren, -Ioan 1 Smith, Mary Lcveckc, Debbie Vo- l gel. iimhy xxmlsh. Chris Haskins. l Beth McDonald. Fourth Row: Val i Voisc, Lil Zilcn, Curt IViIson, G. Michael Riedcr, Bruce Harmon. Rex Parvin, jim Mriyhercy, Debbi Ferguson. 75 Hei his res i 1 - Highlighting "I wonder if Pearl Bunk started t Donn Rossi. author ol' ,Xrlingtoi his way?" ponders Nlary Vs best seller, Ileigllls. Heetie, Happ Hours .Ks visions ol an .-Xll-.Xinerican rating dance through her head. Editor -Iulie Nowack chooses piritures for the '69 Heights. M "XVhere's the dunnny?" Ulilll - sixteen pieas too long!" f'That eandy has been here since Chrit- nias of '54!" Ah, yes, the bursts of inspiration, the sounds ol' dil- igent staff lllCIlllJL'l'S al work on the ereation of a yearbook. Lead- ing this year's tireless fflffgllla' forces in and out of the maze ol' HEIGHTS STAFF ' copies and eaptions were Mary Donn Rossi as eopy editor and Alulie Nowaek serving as pieture editor. Congenial Mr. Robert Hoe- sel carefully supervised the ai'- iivities of his erew. The hour staff and alter- sehool staff, consisting of twenty- three talented sophomores, jun- iors, and seniors, eonibined their efforts to reeord eaeh II1CIl10l'2llJlC event ol the year ranging from football to Fun Nite. These stu' dents made sales, took idents for pictures, indexed, and counted every head, copy, and caption. After applying in April the staff was selected, and plans for the Ifrorzl Roni: Kathy XVaara. l'at Givens. Kris Rongner, Colleen Guilfoil. Semlnd Row: Pain Bigford, Debbie Moss, Pain Miresse. Pat Iianip, Ann Cournoyer. Timer! Roni: -lane XVhilnell, Betsy Rossi, Debbi Ferguson, Lindsey Barton, Klan Cochran. Karen Markstroni. 76 1969 yearbook began even before last year's Heiglzls was in the hands of its many eager readers. 'E' it liiihlicil yu?" Xlziry llfmn gixcs "Crop mn lmll ol' Sc-nirn' Kllmir :incl llu- picture will lil." grim Linilsuy lilllilfbll. ns 1 cmvcring sml'l'Ll1ccvil nyc. fi0lll'i'Il Uuilloil :incl liclsy Rossi zigrcc lllill "1,imlscy's lvccn :il Iliix loo long!" Staff Hustles Hezlgbtf fe E lvitlly Gccrtz :incl Pail Givens I2ll4C time out lroni llic lwxul- junior Clollcvn Gnilloil lulws zu negative zirliluclc l0XVill'll Llic es of writing captions ln pzigl: llll'Ollgl1 :ln old vcliuon. iclcn ol' writing original mpics :incl liwucls for lhc 'Gil Hwiglifx. 77 l' Q 5- 2-ft' 5-fi? nfDlll ' Jsxefg tact 5 rt. Q, J, QUILL AND SCROLL I t lfronl Row: Sue Johnson. I':nn Miresse. Pam liiglord. Pat lizunp. Serrlltrl lffmti Ginny Hawley. Val Voise. Curl XVilson. Iohn lfaus. Alune l.ueas, Kllaudixi Clerts. 'l'l1irrI Rnztt: Nlary Donn Rossi, Betsy Rossi, Ilulie Nowack, Marian Sll1i'IllCl4, A Cardinal Issues Spark Reader Reaction And Repl Ns is 5 6 W Crirrlimzl Editorial Editor Curt X-Vilson and Managing liditor Val Voise compare ideas and articles in other school papers, 78 l It was dilfieult lor the typical leature reader, news hound, or sports lan to realize the planning and prepztration which went into eaeh hi-monthly edition ol' the Cllfflllllfll. Mrs. Tedell, the sponsor, helped Nlzutaging liditor Val Voice and liditorial liditor Curt NVilson to guide the stall' in the production ol' eaeh issue. Dead- lines were niet every other week, and there was no time to sit around. As the students enjoyed this weel4's Iiinal product, the stall was already meet- ing deadlines lor the next issue. Senior editors were Claudia Cerls, Features: -lune Lucas, Newsg Ron Duenn, Sports. Bruce lilaeliwell was the photographer. Supporting' the editors was an experienred group ol senior helpers. These stu- dents also wrote AHS news in the "High School Highlights" column ol' Paddock Puhlieations. The .lonrnalisni I class, which was trained lor approxi- mately one to two months before sulnnitting arti- cles, served as reporters lor the paper. Quill and Srroll, an honorary organization, was sponsored hy Nlr. Boesel and Mrs. Tedell. To he- roine a meniher, one had to be on either the Cardinal or Heighlx stafl lor one year, he a junior or senior. and he in the top one third ol' his class. The meni- hers were allowed to buy Quill and Seroll pins and received a Quill and Seroll magazine every month. O 'D Cardinal - News Commentator I xl w 1, 7' ,hx i KIIVW CARDINAL EDITORS Ifrrml li'nu': Sui' NI. -luliimm. Vail Yrvisc. ilurl U'ilsml, lllziunlizu Coils, .Snnnrl Ifrm'Z Killlly Haiinsmi. limi Clotting. ulum- Lufzis. Nlzirizui SIIICHICK. Clcmgiziiilic' Smuclzi. lfmv: 'l'L'i'i'y Clzmicly, ,lrmlm lfziua. Nlzirigiiiiic' Brown. llizmm' CllllilSlCIlSL'll. ag 7? CARDINAL STAFF Slcclc. Debbie: Lcnlizirclt. Srwmlfl Raw: Limlzi XX'au'C. Bill Mc Front Row: Trisha Uczui, P21111 Llllflriily, P11111 Mircssc. lfllllllfl Grzith, john Pollitl, .xlllll Hess, Paula Greeley 'I'li1'rfI lfrm': Run lJllL'lllI. Cizxil l"l2lL'IIllxL'!'. llruu' lilziclxwvll. Greg l'iYUI'l12ll'l. l"r1u1'll1 Ifiliii l"IlllS :xml limi llumln llzisli Ilit' lfrllrlflml lu ilu' wildly wailing NlllflL'Ill5. ational Forensic League Members Speak ut A 'v NATIONAL FORENSIC LEAGUE lfronl Row: Sue Saxton, l,incla Sclioepke, Mr. XVagiier, Leslie Skarra, fiOfl4CSIJ0IldIIIg SCL'1'CI.ZlI'y Irene Porowski. Srrmzfl Row: President 'Tom Devine, Rc'c'ornliiig Sc-r'i'etai'y Pat Smith, Linda XX'c'stpIialI. Mary Donn Rossi. Mike I.eDne, Kathy Koclanis. Third Rom: Mark Scevers, Stew Loixh. Dirk Heike. .Xl Hess, Mark Ikrauer, Brian Rciil. Vice-president Dave Ullrich. INDIVIDUAL SPEECH EVENTS Front Row: Mr. Calzarclia, Miss Slavros, live Lacker, Alan Hess, Karen Nlunsen, Deborah Leyilig, Charlie Dickinson. Second Rozu: Sue Saxton, Curl IVi1son, Liz Zilen, Sue Pal- 80 inaiier, Brian Renz. Sharon IVe1lliausen. Third Row: Tom Devine, Mary Donn Rossi, Dick Heike, G. Michael Rieder, Mark Brauer, Dee Riecler, John Faus. 1 L VARSITY DEBATE lfrrmt Ruin: Tom Devine, Dave Ullrith. Seemtrl Row: Mr. Wagner, Mark lirauer. l'at Smith. AHS Speakers And Deba Xrllimlrzl I"or1'mic lfrzgzzrf was an honorary or- ganization set up to recognize exreptional aehieve- ment in Individual Speech lfvents or Debate. Chap- ter membership was awarded to those students ol' speeeh who had aeeunmlated the required amount olf points. The main aetivitiy of this organilation, whieh was sponsored by Miss Trad, Miss Stavros, Mr. W'agner. Mr. Calxaretta, and President Tom Devine was the promotion ol' the NFL calendar. Mr. XN'agner also served as the eoaeh lor Arling- ton's rlrlmla team. The controversial topie ol' de- bate this year was Resolved: That the Vnited States should establish a system of compulsory serviee lor all citizens. Alter individual researeh on the topie, eaeh member ol' the team lortnnlated his own arguments and presented his solutions at 2-1 Ulllf- naments held throughout the state. Students who participated in llllllxlffllllllf Sf1I'IT11 Emails were given an opportunity to develop their speaking skills in various areas sutth as, serious or comedy play reading, verse reading, original monologue and original oration. The students dis- played their talents in these lields at several invia tational tournaments. Since the bus often left lfor tournaments belore seven a.m., devotion became a neeessary ingredient in determining the sutieess ol' Arlingtotrs speech team. Miss Stavros and Mr. Cal- faretta guided these "early birds' " exeiting season. BEGINNING DEBATE Ifrrml Row: l.inda Sehoepke, Debbie Smith. Seronrl Row: Steve Loreh, Iiathv Roelanis, Karen Thompson. Third Row: Marjorie Phillipp, Mr. Wagner. ters Earn New Honors l e SU B-VARSITY DEBATE Front Row: lirit' Hamilton, Irene Porowski. Srrorzzl Row: I,es- lie Skarra, Mr. XYagner. Tlzirrl Row: Michael I.aDue. 81 Meetings With Coffee, Tea, Tequila Cr Bortseh?! RUSSIAN CLUB IPVIIIII ltotv: Presitlenl Pain Riclley, Mr. liabris, I.idaKl'eitlicl1. Second Roni: Laura liwert. Kevin Blackberg, Liz Zilen, Di- anne l-Sanlto. liven though Mexico City and Moscow are very lar away, it would not have been unlikely to hear talk of tequila or borstch right here at Arlington. One would only have had to attend a Spanish or Russian club meeting. This year Arlingtons Sjmnislz Club could have been nick-named the "Action Club," as its member' ship and activities both increased. The annual ex- cursion to Mexico was probably the year's most pop- ular activity. This year the trip seemed to prove that education can be lun. The days were packed full with sight-seeing tours, souvenir hunting, and vari- ous other lornis ol' entertainment. Under the super- vision of Mr, Riggs, President Paulette Graczyk, Vice-president Jeanne Uriek, and SecretaryTreas' urer juan Snnuith led this year's "action" club. Rllmizzrl Club also worked very hard this year, however, due to circumstances beyond their con- trol, there was no trip abroad. Alter an absence of several years, the Russian Club newspaper was re- vived. Movies and field trips were also new addi- tions to the elub's agenda lor IU68-l069. Two parties were planned during the course ol' the year, one during the winter and one in the spring. President Pam Richey aided by her fellow officers led the years activities with the help ol: Mr. Peter llabris. SPANISH CLUB Front Row: Brian llogan, Don Lewau, blell' XVysocki, Norm Wlall, -Iolin Roach, Mike linaack, S!'I'UH1l lflmfz Maurila Smith. .ludy Maitland, Sue McNeal. Lois 'I'hielen. Karen Mcliay. Rene Hutter. Kathy McKay. Tliirrl lime: Sue Tay' lor, Julie Phares, Diane Behrle, -Ioan Smith, Nadine '1'hrash- er, Mary Yorke, Aloclla Doyle. Ginny Powers. Fourth Row: Fran liushwara, Karen Reckerl, vlan .-Xlmblad, Connie Cren- 82 ner. Maryann Uriclt. ,leannu llriek, Paulette Cracvylc, Margie Merkel. Lydia Qlarotki. Ifffllz Row: Nancy Vanek, Mary Lee Cronin, Peggy XVilbins. kim XVard, Nina Davison, Denise Miller, Marv Newsome, Kathy Fagerson. Sixth Row: Mary Pat Piper, Barb Olsem, jennifer Dixon, Pam Johnson, Sue Romanenghi. Mary Newniann. Peggy Cunninghznn, Peggay Graham. FRENCH CLUB Liz NliN'1ll'l2l. Sue l'l1illis. 'lillirtl Rumi: 'lierry Smith, SLI l'iI'UIlf Rumi: Susnun Slllllltff. Betsy Nllfiillllllll. 81151111 Shieltls. cil'ZlSllUl'Il. Kit-lzunie Nlailoney, l.2llll'Cl Steele. Chris Haskins Liz Nowzuik, l'1'r1gr11111 Lilllllflllllll ciWt'Il l,lIIll'l'50I!, SL'lI'L'l2ll'5 Lihhy CL1'il'l'itl1. xlilliglllfi lleller. l'11t Stnith. Denise Meusex Nlinii xlllfhllllll. l'1't-sitleiit Plllll Xlirt-ssc, Vil'C-lJl'CSlLlClll li1ll'l'Il Kathie LJWCIIS, Sne Slll'llllll2lllll, hne RZIIIISCY, li111'e11 .Xhnqnist liiflllilllll. iliI'L'llSlllil'l' Lillllll ll1llllSL'Y. Lintlsey Reese. Rolxyii Nllllylltflll XX'eiler. li11ll1y llrnlay, 1,ClJl'll 'lllllt'lL'Il, lfozzrlll 1611111 llUlIIlCS. Dt-hhie l.1ll'SOIl, lllllll liiglurtl. Swrnirl Row: Miss Bzirlx Xlnore, 1XI11ri111111t- Clnnsing, Nilllilllll H2lK'gC'l',1'Xllll Gras Kelly. lfllen Olson, Celeste 1.1lllll0ll. Meryl Lee Steele, Carnr horn, Sue Li1ll'lL'l'. sill? LiilI'1llll'l, Alextn KiX'lLlllIlll, Blllill lirysh lyn lY11t11se1'. l.i111l11 Salim-plae, Sli'lJllZlllll' Stznntler. Cheri Leslie Ferry. -Indy l'mt'l1:1sk11, l.1111r11 lizly slYClilSl'll, Nzniu CIl111'ksu11, l.lllll'll XYr11y. Sue l'l1lI'tlCll. Kris Klhnek, Gail Cnil- lJeW11ll. lianhy lXl2IlSll. l'11lti Clnsliing. Pam Lintls11y, Kri foil. Nlzuryhetli SCllIi0l'ClL'l', Vitki lJelI111'et't:1. lrt-nc: Po1't1wslLi, ROIIQIICIZ AHS Latin Lovers 81 French Fanciers Speak The spirit ul' Nnpolenii 11ncl CillCS2ll' 1111116 to life ill tl1e l'il'ClR'll Zlllil lilflll clnh rneetings. XVith the intention OlilJCl11g2ll1 111'tix'e1'l11h Llllfl i11- volving 11s lllillly lIlCIIllJL'l'S 11s possible. I"i'1'r11'f1 Club was lecl resse s11icl 1 5 1 '1 ' U new Lll1llCIlSl0llS h' l1olcli11v' ll J1'11v'1'essive clin bake snle, l'iliCI1l'll lf0UlilIlU' sessm 21 Fl'Cl1L'l1 rest: '1 l"1'icl11ys 1n1cl Ilffillll 9111'tittiJ11tetl in lillll l,z111f1'1111g1 1 11 net even s. ' ' lU' ll fftizlfe te11c'1 1 'ss Kelly 1 cl Miss SICl'llSllll1L'. s 11 surecl 11' 1' . . Ill I "nor ' A f' '1 "- ' retnent to lellt 11' 11 ' .' I '. 1 lain e 1' 1 'tieimtecl it1 the P1111 .1 ff ape bunq 2 1111: Zlllllllfll l.1 ' 1321" festivities. Rewt I1 r niee inws arn- viclecl 1111 upporttlility for IIlCII1lJl3I'S to cltstinss 11ttt1v1- - - Q l- b - 1. 7 LATIN CLUB ties. L11 Alfillllliill, p1L'5I!lL'lll. saltl, We were 11hle I,-mn, Huw, lwesidm t l.i1 Alillllllllll, Se1rt'111ry Val Rogers to have ll Latin dinner and x'11rin11s spring events, Viteprt-sicit-111 Bill ll'I'lL'L', '1'1-1-:1s111-1-1' timmy 1.1111 -I11l111s1111 llllel thus Cllkflllllillgcfl H1016 olcl lllltl new IHClHlJCIi5-U 'i"'m"1, flfwz Joh" Nl'l'l'C"Cf"' l'f'U'41' Bergmlom' lem New ,. . . , mine. Ihnd Rmu Mr. Norbert Stewert wus the SPOIISUI' ol Lkltlll Cilnb. 511.16 lilumxt- I IQOIH King. Steve L,7iIllQll, Oliver Peule 83 Loquacious Linguists Speak With Limber Lips PAN LANGUAGE COUNCIL 1'i1'UIlf Row: llebhv Brown. Nl llllll Row: Brian RCIII, lflrthard Battis- toni, Rob liner, 'lkrrry Myer, Cathy Ploetf. Representatives elected from each ol' the foreign language clubs were chairmen lor the eonmrittees ol' the Pan l.IUIgllllg6 Coinzcil. Sue Grashorn and l,iz Maltman led the Publicity Committee: l,iz Zilen and Pam Richey were in charge ol' the Food Committee: Patty Zalnd and Cathy Snyder were responsible lor the theme and decorations. The Hospitality Com- mittee eo-chairmen were Nlimi Marshall and loan Snrithg Greg Shaller was in c'harg'e ol' the IJTOQTZIIII and ticiketsg and Brian Ren! led the lintertainment Committee. Pam Biglord, the General Chairnian, tio- ortlinated the aetirities ol' all the eonmiittees. The object of the years work lor the Council was the Pan l.anguage lianquet held on Mareh IO. The decorations, small balloons with baskets, and the skits. performed by the various language clubs, ear- ried out the theme, "Around the YVorld in an lireningf' ,-Xdministrators, teachers, and exchange students were the honored guests for the enjoyable allair, filfflllflll Club was headed this year by President. Brian Renz, Vice-president Terry Myer, and Secre- taryrtreasurer Barb Auge. Their year's activities culminated in the Pan Lilllgllllglf Banquet skit which was a hmnorous presentation ol' the story ol' iVil- liam Tell, the mythical apple-shooting archer. 84 GERMAN CLUB l"1'm1f Row: Sue Crztshorn, Mrs. For- mzm, Pam Richey, Liz Zilen, Sezioml Row: Patty Zalud, Liz Nlaltman, Mimi Marshall, Pam Bigford. CREATIVE WRITERS CLUB A y l'rnl1l Roni: I,intla Nielsen. .S'f't'oml Note: lleirdrt' Ollen. SCHOOL STORE Ifroul Noni: 'lirudy Woss, Handy llranlner. Nlr. lietterinan, Tina Nit-lst-ii. Sue l'rau1k. Adding New Clubs Shows Cardinal Creativity BUSINESS EDUCATION CLUB - I"ro1il Rout: Kiennv leddy. lrudy XVoss, Dianne Ilennsoth. Suomi lime: Xanty lforenian, Sue lnselberger, Debbie Moss. Tllirtl lime: l.intlzi Neal. Bonnie lietker, Dee flhristizui. Chris Davis. A ery ol' "Anyone lor a nigl1tshirt?" seeined to be the sales piteh lor the 51211001 More cilerlis as bright red nightsliirts were introduced to the al- ready extensive stoek. Many lrantie students lound their way to the sehool store in 21 last ininute rush to buy those supplies that had been willed for days ago. Hlhether it was gym loelts, typing paper or a eoinpass lor inath class, the school store was hap- py to handle all crises. Under the supervision ol' Bliss Harrod, nlany Ar- lington students were given the opportunity to l'ur- ther their inventive abilities in the Cliealfw lIf'riler.i' Club. This activity was a neweoiner to the long list of extra-eurrieular progrzuns available to the students. Creative IVriters attracted the per- sons who hoped to develop liner writing techniques and an individual style. To give their writing a unique llair was the desired goal. There was no gold- en trophy at the end ol' their rainbow, only that satisfying feeling ol' aeeoinplislnnent. ln this highly Competitive world ol' business no one ever has enough experience or aclriee. Trying to aid in these two lields was the Bn.iir1zf.syv fftlll- rrllion tllulf. a subsidiary ol' Arlington's busi- ness education eourses. lieeause the business world seeins to be massive in size and the possibilities ol future careers endless, Business lidueation Club aid- ed its new tnenibers in loeusing on speeilie areas. 85 Learning To Question, Observe, And Experiment Denise Dalton and Steve Chase Check the weight ol' a solution as a part ol a P chemistry experiment on composition. in V Science clubs presented interested students with the means to discover their preferred area ol' sein entilie study, to learn more about it, and to ex- periment with the equipment used in their chosen lield. l'It's not work, because I would hope they enjoy what t1hey're doing," was sponsor Mr. llolley's idea about the members of Cliffznislry Club and their projects. This year the students dealt with group laboratory activities which were not available in regular Classwork. Biology Club, sponsored by Mr. Schonta, planned excursions to the Cliicago Aca- demy ol' Sciences, and nearby regions olf ecological interest. Malli Club, under the direction ol' Nlr. l'l- rich, sought knowledge from recreational mathema- S6 tics such as quineunx. unicursal pufzles and mathe- iuatical spelldowns. llowever, the serious-minded club members. seeking more uselul inliormation, eon- templated the wonders ol liuler's line. Members ol' A.Yll'UII0ll1y Club were active this year assembling and operating' a six inch portable telescope as well as construeting a twelve inch tele- scope to be mounted on the school roof. Sponsor Nlr. Knilans was pleased with the elub's progress in what he considered "a big undertaking for high school students." Students iu ,lei Prop Hobby Club, supervised by Mr. Post, enjoyed the opportunity to work with model rockets and radio-controlled air- planes. which they either made themselves or as- sembled from special kits that they had purchased. -iv- MATH CLUB lfronl Row: Xlr. lfish, Vice-president i Kris Rongiier, President Nlike LaDue, 5 Secretary .lean lflerrmann. Secoml Rom: i l.eslie Skarra. Betli Adams, Cathy l'ownsend. Beverly B u r c h. Terry Smith. Tltirrl Korn: lean Iessup, Klar- t Rent Roger Swanson Nike 1? lhz A i'n. -l U , il' 5 Sheahan, 'l'om lvmg. .leanne Combs. Q mx 1 W x l ASTRONOMY CLUB IET-PROP HOBBY lfrwzl Now: NIV. Iinilauis. Bill Sll'iC'lilL'l'. Rick Gcllert, John Ifronl Raw: Vic'e-presiclenl Steve KCl1I1l11Q,l'I', l'resiclciit Steve lliltmzln. Swrzmrl Row: Gary Russell, Jeanine Combs. Tlzirzl Cook. Mr. Post. Sfmnrl Row: Roger Swanson. Larry Dnuhe. Row: SIL-ve Lm'c'l1, 'Ibm Iicllilo. Roger Swanson. Fmlrlll Tlzirrl Row: Ilalvid KK'IlIliI1gt'l'. Tom Sword, Jeff Smith, Tom Row: Bob Vlwk, lirizui Conklin. Craig Cixnmll, Craig Lfjllgll- Kindlcr. rm. Fellow Pupils Delve Into The Realms Ol Science E in M in i A sl Ae , ix 'V 1 e in . " 'K hu...-...Af ' liii I Ag' CHEMISTRY CLUB lilusivc Illlil'O-0I'QllI1lSIllS swim in the Illgllif filled bunkers lfrmzl Row: Debbie YVliili11g, Belli AKl2llllS, -Iezm l'lCl'l'lHZlIlll. I'lTOLllltl ll'CSlllllllll Clinch Conley us she l1l2llLk'S n biology slide. SI'!'ll!I!l Rrmv: Scott Severswlly Plllll Ny'SffO1l1- Tflfffl ROTUZ Lloyd Alhriglil, Greg Small, XVally Hughes. S7 ll Card Songsters Sing ut: Happiness Is Harmon Ffa t.tt L I H - L - ,, , ' I SENIOR CHOIR Ifronl Ilozrz Sue lVojtkiewit1, Cheryl l.usterk, Xlarjie Bowen, Ruth Nerlinger, Sue liost, Cathy KIhristopherson, Pam Sims. Nloniea Stanshnry. Lorie xx't-t.tiartL Sue Grashorn, Sue Haul, IleLyn lYinkelinan, -Iatkie Xltklillan. Dehhie Hertlrich, Me- lonie Mztloney, Dana Latker, .Indy 'lihyhony. liris XV0ll1'1', .Xuclrev Carlson, Liz Brankovith. Sheila Harmon. Semin! Knut: fklr. Boyd White, .lean 'liimm. Leslie Lewis. Dawn Mayer. Mary Tuoini, Chris Lerehenlelcl. Pat lirhaeh, Pat Kamp. alike Ford, Stephen Latta, 'liom Staatlt, Roger Latta, Rick Schulte, Steve XVelnnan. ,lim Srhuler, Kurt, Franz, Ran- dy Logsdon, l'aiti Cushing. Nlaryheth Koch. Pat Zalud, Carol Nelson. Rohin Seiler. Gayle Ness, Melanie Southard, -lan t HARMONETTES Ltrfl lo Right: Rosalie Keller, Lishy Peek. Lynn liirrliholl. Karen Kirkland. Leslie lbeehring. karen Blarkstrom. Karen Mt'Reynolds. ,Xnu Zonsins, Gale Sauers. -lody Culberson, San- dy Hilton, l'at llruliy. Xu! jiirliowlz .'Xt'tonipaniest Carol Lepkowski. 88 lValters. Tliirfl lime: Chris Haskins, Sue Ramsey, Lynn lint- ler, liathy lilsner, liim Holstad. liim Hodges. .Io.Xnn Lalish, .Xnn Ifrarwese, Sue Hteinkamp, Melinda lflodin, Sue Kendall, Terry Myer. Pam johnson. Dottie l-lanll, Dehhie Vogel, Lynn Johnson. Lil Zilen. .Ian Hauptly. Pat Danna, Donna Yl'adsworth, Debhie Vanek. .lanet llamm. Virki Lilleherg, Pam Xliresse. Sue Carter. lfzmrllr Roni: Tom Bellito. Mel Smith, -less Steele. Dick Rauseh. Don Raleike, Mike lsaaes, Bill Stelling, Srott Butler, Nick Isaaes, Don Vogel, Rex Par- vin. Bruce Harmon. Dave Steele, ,lim Larson, Gary Komarek, Tim Cihler, Craig Deehring, .lim Rvhski. Lloyd Alhrigllt, Mike Clark, .Xl Mtliay. Darrel Rowader, Rirk Pellancl, Dan Renl. Dennis llatker, .Iohn Noeretiberg. 'll3usy" and l'eapahle" were two adjectives often used to deserihe the music' department, whieh was usually in the state ol' uproar due to some minor "erisis." Either all the music had heen misplaced or the ceiling ol' the music room had started to leak again. However, despite the eonlusion, the music department managed to present another year ol' exceptional and varied entertainment. Concerts were presented hoth in and out ol' the eonnnunity. The many vocal groups within the department were directed hy Nlr. XVhite and Nlr. Pngsley. The largest ol' the groups was Senior Cfmir, a mixed ehorus made tip of over one hundred voices. This year's choir presented progrznns at Northwestern Station and at Illinois State University at Normal. Aniong the other musical groups were the Hin'- iiiozzellm, an ensemhle ol' lourteen girls. They had the honor ol' performing at the Illinois Music Edu- eators' Convention in Peoria. The Ci1'rl.st' Glen Club, lilly girls dressed in flowing, hlaek erepe, was also active in school eoneerts. Another organization ol' the department was Tri- tll, an honorary nnisie soriety. Only students who had proved their musieal ability were initiated. TRI-M f'.I'OHf lfmv: N111 15111111 XV11il1', V11'1'Al11'Csi111'111 1111111 CL1111c1'. l'1'1's11111111 -1111111 N111'1'1-11111'1'g, 1115- 111111111 1111111 81111111111-is, SC11'1'l111'x' A11111' Z1111s111s, '1'1'c'11sl11'1'1' 110111 X1'111l1', Srfrlflrll 110111: 1701111115 Yates. 1111111 Ii11'1111111111. Rmnlic 110111-1: -111111 1Y11C11x. S1111 f1l42I511flI'Il. Kris 1X'f11l1'1'. 'I'l1iwI lfmv: S1112 limi, 111111111- XV1'1111111'1'. 1i2ll'1'll A1Il1'1R- :L 1 - 1 1 sl1'11111. 141111 S111'1i11k. V11141 11il11l11'1'g, P11111 c11lS1111lg. x1IlI'f' '1'1111111i. 111.11111 11111is11, Ifulrrllz lfmv: P11111 X1111111. 1,111 1i:111111, 111111111 S1'111'1', 810111 1.11l111. 141111111 1ii1'k1111111, Liz Zi11111, P11111 1X111'1'ss1'. lfiflfl lfmr: IIZIII 1'1l1ll1D11y, 1111111 , A 1 . A1111111m11, 1A'11Il 1111111-1. 1511111115 C1111111111. 11111 1.111's1111. 11'1111111g. 01111111 1,1Cl'141'. 1,1111 Rcnz, Dcl1111c GIRLS' GLEE l"1'1n1l Rnrw: 81151111 K11N1'111. 1'1011l1i1' 1'1fl111l. 81151111 1,2l11Il2l11CI'. 15111111-11 111111111 151111111. li111'1'11 1511111113 11211111 1111111111 '11Cl'1"j' S1111111' X'11g1'I1:1'. 'l'1111111'y 105111. 81152111 1i2llllI'1Il11. 151-11151: Muck. N1'11's111111'. A12111L'1f'Il S1-1g1'111l. 'I'l1i1'1l lfuw: 1i111'1'11 1X1111q111st, K111111' D1l11l12l,1lTC. N1lll'12l 1111rs1111. ,X111'1c11111: H1151-. Slll' X1'111t- 11111 110111. .1111 81111111 Nkllllf' XVIIIIC1-Q. x11ll'1' 1"1l'111 1311111111 1121111 11011f1C1E5lL'11Lll1111ll1, 1111111111 111ll'lt'1S. S111I'1L'1' 510111 X11' Pugs- 'l111111s1111. 11115116 1,1l1'1l1S. 5111- S1ll1l1L'Cll. UCC Ri1'11111'. l3cl1111c 1013 .Srrmzfl Ruin: 111111111 S1'1111Cp141'. 111111 A1111 1,1111lc1'wO1111. llllll 111'1'11ig. Hclsy .X111101's1111, 111111111 X1'1fslp11111, R11x111111:1 111g111111. S11'1111s1111. CI111111' CllS1l11lg. Kris N1'11'1111iSI. live 11111kc1'. 11111111 111111111 k1111111n1111. ,1J1'11is1- x1L'115Cl', 1111111111: 1111111113 1711111111 F111111 NV1111C, -1oy1c 1i11CIlS11Cl'. 1111113 XC111111', P11111 11o11gCs. Nzmcgy 11c'11c. 89 FRESHMAN GIRLS' CHORUS Ifront Row: Nlarcia Tindall, Nlr. Boyd XN'hite. Roxanne Pet- rucci. Srmml Row: -loanne Oppenheimer. Sheri Ryckaert, Betty Carlson. Sharon X'Vellhausen. -lanet Dore. Pam Logs- tlon. Mary Cook. Sue Small. Nlaurita Smith. Diane Ostrow- ski, Cynthia XVagner. Carol XX'erner. Nancy xl'1ll'llL'L'kC. Nancy Hess. Nancy Simon, Kathy Goebbert. Third Row: .Kuna l'el- land, Debbie l-leicken, Sandy XVeber, Pam Patberg, Pam Burkhardt. Vicki Oas. Debbie Thahnan. .lan Anderson, Desiree Frisclmiann, .lean Anderson. Chris Yonkers. Kathy Olsson, Carolyn Dawson, Barb Panlp, Pant Johnson. Barbara Sherman. Linda Esvang, Hlendy Jenkins. Fourth Row: Nancy Girls of the class ol' '72 were initiated into the music depart- ment at AHS in FHCNIIIIIKIIL CIirl'x Clzorux. Perliorining' at the school concerts under the direction of , Mr. Boyd YVhite, the girls were divided into two classes. The sec- ond hour class was led by Presi- ' dent Marcia Tindall while Nancy Hlarnecke was vice-president. Their treasurer, Pauline Dority, was joined by Susan Maerker as secretary. Lee Ann Davidheiser was president of I'il'th hour chorus, with Kathy YVood as vice-presr dent. Mel Opela served as treas- urer, and the secretary was Deb- by Bunn. Arlingtotrs mixed vocal ensem- ble was composed ol' eight boys, eight girls. and their accompani- est Debby Brown. The ClIOI'Il1fl?l'.S', directed by Mr. -lerome Pugsley, introduced a new idea in costumes this year. The girls of the ensem- ble surprised audiences with their detachable lull length skirts over street length dresses. The Chora- liers' performances included the traditional part in Iflomecoming. cHoRAt.iERs 90 Buehne. .lackie Funk. Beth Oestinanu. Kathy YVootl, Becky Cieiser, Pam Nliller. Lorie XX'itkstrom. Mary Newsome, Barb Xl'ray, Laurel liwert, Kathy lfagerson. Sue XVickless. Rhonda Barrett, Cristy Zook. -ludy Michalski. -lody Barker, planet Iverson, Beverly Burth. Carol Dalbke. .lanet listerel. Fifllz Row: Kris Reeves. .Xnne XVoods, Pauline Dority. jennifer Dixon. Cheryl Kellogg, Sue Shields. Chris Nlarkslrom, Debby Bunn. Mel Opela. Colleen Ryan. Chris lVCSLlJlllll. Marcia XVeslphal, Debbie Brooke. Sue Nlaerker. Sue Liljegren, Laura Sirertsen. Anne Kunfe, Angela Berry, Laurel lVallner. Lee ,Xnn Davidheiser, Mary lane Wenzel, Lynnette Johnson. lfrrmt Horn: Nlr. Pugsley. Ruth Netlinger. Mike lford. Robin Seiler, Dan Rem. Sheila Ilarmon, Serourl Row: Tim Gibler. Donna lX'adsworth, Steve Latta, Leslie Lewis, Scott Butler. Tllirrl Row: Debbie Brown. Bruce Harmon. Alun lfranvese, Date Steele. Debbie Yanek, -lim Larson, Lorie Wendorl. Vocalists Interpret Musical Sights And Sounds Two of Arlingtons many vocal groups were Mixed Chorus and the Rerelaires. illixerl tfllorils, mainly composed ot sophomore students, displayed their musical talents at the seasonal eoneerts. Their direc- tor was Mr. Pugsley, and the presi- dent was Bev Nllalker. Denise Stein- man was secretary, and Ellen Ol- son was treasurer. Nine hoys, dressed in burgundy biaekets, made up the Itczfelrtimv. This student group was directed hy Mr. Wlhite. Rex Parvin, a meniher ol Revelaires, often took on the duties ol' student director. Terry Myer, a senior, and junior Mary Tuomi accompanied the boys on pi- ano for their performances at Arlington and elsewhere. Some of the Revelaires' other performanc- es were at the Northwest Commun- ity Hospital, loeal men's club meet- ings, and meetings ol? various lo- REVELAIRES V eal women's clubs. The group al- lfmnl Roni: Roger l,atta, -lohn Nuerenherg, Dick Rausth, Jell Steele. SlfCOI'Ill1f0IUI so Sana. for Several Childrenis oath- Nlary Tuomi. Terry Myer. Tllirrl Rout: -lim Rybski, Rex Parvin, Nick Isaacs, 4, Nh' l I I E DIu.l.i,l1 Rowudcl.. Lllllgb, dlli fit. flllllllfl ffl CHL blOlV. MIXED CHORUS 1'll'OlIf Row: Rene llutter, liaren Rue, Beverly lValker. Robert well, Mark Atwater. lien Lidge. Thirrl Row: -Iulie Phares, XVheaton. Valerie Grotheer. Ruth Kunz, lillen Olson. Serum! Denise Steinman, Peggay G1'Zlll1llll,.S?lllY lllxllildlf 5l111'Cl2l F10- Rowz Hike Musith, Doug lfuller, Mark Niemclyk. Rick Bron- din, Ron Burlingame, Patrice Stem, kathy Campbell. 91 l Musicians Make Magic Moods 0 Marvelous, Melodious Music: l1i111l this 1111c1I11:1l1'cl 111i111l? Only Nlr. SCllllIUfL'li knows lor l'k'l'l2Illll GERMAN BAND fflllill 110111: li2ll'lJ l'i4JllLll'lk'. Clliris G11 rig. lXlic1' Sliggvr. l'iVL'lyll lX':1g1101'. X'1'1rn1rl lfuzvz Cllill l,:111lc1'. l,i11cl:1 XV:1l- L1-r, Dclilmic Yulcs. Kim Slicvizlk. liznrlx Scliulllicis, Ri1k llilllll. 'lillirrl Ifnzw: Ri1k Nlinlmlski. .xlilll Cloniracl. Phyllis lioixloii. lxcii S2lWlISLll. lJ1-1111is 61011, 1':11l, Rielizxill Ross. lfflllflll 1ffJIl'Z xxlilll ll'llg'Ill'I'. llcrll' Wisocki, Klrcg' l.1llllUll. lrillll llioiiipsoii. lIl1:11'lic S1'l1la111li111:1l1. ORCHESTRA lfi1'.1'l Row: lic-111' While, l,lllll'lL' cif7llWlIl. l3:11'lv:11'g1 Raiill, limi lricsizl S11-lJl1i11s, B1'1111' cl2lTlSL'll. Clliris Uclirig. ll111'Iz Scl111IIl1cis, SClJC5lll. Srmrzfl lfflilll Clliurlvs Sl1'g1'111:111. llclilii XYl1ili1ig,. lxi111Sl1c'1'iz1k. Rick I-l:1l111. Ifnurllr Ifn1'1': liris Rongzicr, llincly Claml Xl11ll1oll1111cl. Alxuiici- llcrlist, l"1':1111'1's Kviiipisly. Bcity S1'l1csI:1. N111111 fil1l'l5lUIJllCI'5HIl. Hill Hcslor. Kathy Ilurlcy. Miclcrsoxi, XI:1ili l'o1v1'll. Rliomla U'oo1l. 'I'l1i1'rl Row: 51151111 .Xli11: SIlggl'l'. D1-1111is Coiirzul. Ri1l1:11'1l l5111'l111c. Slunrlirlgz R. Qlohiison. Libby Cirilliili, vj:111i11' l':11'xi11, K2ll'L'I'l l'lol'l', P21- ,lcll NX'yso1ki. Alam XYz1g111'1'. Gregg l.a1111o11, SIISZIII Goclibcrl. 92 xvllill 111x'slc1'io11s 11111si1' lurks ln'- ' Q Nan ,Tm,7,-,,,A,,,,,i J ,MH .. , M. I fQI.1.f,1,2 2. r , .mb im 1 L- BAND y . lfronl lfozv: Nlaili Vowcll. Xlltil 5il'y,lriccl. liarhara Hcilt: Dutt, Nlarla Sm'ol'it'ltl. lfuizrlli Itnxw: Clharlcs I,L'yc't'k1'. .Xlan lilllm cifmllllgy- H4'f'f-ll1sf'- llillil' 5ll'l'l'lll'l5- lull' llli'l49ll"Sf Clouracl. Phyllis liortl, lien Sawusth. Russ lsil'L'llllHlli. lax Rick Hahn. Swfmlzl ICHWZ l5ilI'll1l1'2l Nvlwll. 5l1C 1121141111414 Dorius, Bob Ifanniiig. kevin lloistacl. Ritliartl lluclint-, Mark l"rant'cs licinpisty. Holly Xtlzuns. l'hil Clarlscn. Cllill' l.ZlllliL'l', gi-1-yu,-S. PM Miljfmgllll. 'Ibm 1-'1-i5I,i4-l Xitk Hgilm. I,ai'ry Rllllllffl xlifllilhlsl- Holla llilllllllflllfl- SWW' lilwilll- MIWV Nloorc, Dart' Bustharl. Cory lihhitts, liill SIt'lllt'l', lim Kolltz 14-wiki-, lwgg-5' U1-Olp, lyiiul Xhilii-ig 'I'li1'nI Ifmvg Hiltly Suv- loin NUCl'ClllJt'l'g. Mark l,ilit'grc'n. Holm XYilli:uns. Ifilllf Row: xcrs. Nlarjorit' Phillipp. Cllcnn l,lL'I'I'L'. livith .xIlClCI'NtDll. qlvll' Mark l'it'pcnln'inlx. .lcll hfitsm, Suu Cloelilntwt. .Klan Hlig- l llunsifkcr. llayicl Zonsius. lirutc Clarlsun. Chris Clclirig, liat- nvr. Paul Cloclclington. Slvyu Cook, llharliv Stlllllllllllllll. Russ hy Hurlvy. .Xlitv Stiggcr. Suv Dawson. .lean lfllvrl, Vlifllll llaughtry. Paul llioinpsou. .Iohn Iiatoxitli. Another Musical Season g'Good Vibrations" Talat- viglitccli hoys in still, white collars ancl tliirly-tln'ct' girls in long, hlack skirts, lorty-one IIlllSiI' stancls. two string hasscs. a lacttlt' clruin and liltctn otliti lxincls ol nistiuincnts, park thcni into a hus. ancl nhat clo you haxt. lt s thc ,VXII5 ort'f11'.v- lm on its u n to '1 I7Cl'ltJ1'Ill'llli'C lor vrraflc school tliilclrcn. Bvsiclcs t-ntcrtaiiiing groups such as this outsitlc ol' school. orcolic'stra was also instrumental to tht sufccss ol inany music' tlcpartnicnt t'onc'crts, is xxcll is pt-rlornung' thc scorn' lor tht' opcrctta in thc spring. Hum! was husy providing a lxukgrotxncl lor tliccrs at haslacthall games and niarcliing during lioothall 1 ' "'. ' ook up ninth ol' their tnut' anal talent. hut thcrc was Clltlgy to sparc as the hand nlarchccl clown Dunton Strcct in thc' lirst .Xrliugton Ilcights Christmas pararlc. Authentic' tostunics inclucling lcclcrlioscn lor tht' hoys ancl piualorcs lor thc girls wcrc a part ol' thc ciCI'IIl2lll IlllIl0Sl1lICl'C' cnjoyccl hy thc many organi- fitions cntcrtainccl hy flrvnlun Band this year. This lim, Rim.: Alwmm, Umlhsy helm u':lgHL,l.v SUM, czmlml group ol SL'lCtfI,.lIlllS1t'12lllS SlJCl'lIilllCCl tn pollaas anal ludv Wilmx. Swami Ima: Bai-li Augt-. .lam-t Corcling. Kart-u othcr Cfcrlnan lolk tuncs. Ortlicstra, hancl, ancl Cfcr- 'l1ll0"'IN?'1' 'UH' Hf"s'7Hl- H""l R"f"5 lill'l'l'f1f"'l5L"'- f'l""' nian liancl wvrc unclcr the supervision ol' Nlr. lfritz Pierre. I'o1o'll1 Ifnzv: C.harlt's I,cvcckt'. Holi Uillizuus. Rlrliartl Syl YI . U .-ll ll A. H I. ,ll V -I. M I Ross. Sfllllfltllgf Hr. Stlunoyvr. john Olnnau, Tim Cilplcr. 'K m"'lUf ll lo 1"5l'11U KH llc l P61 ""'11UU 0' Oli Service Synonymous With Key Club, Triple 6'S', KEY CLUB lfrnnt Rom: dall, Semnr TRIPLE "S" lfronl Ifntv: dent Lynn Tlrirrl Row: Presiclenti Greg Shaffer, Vice-president Rick 'lin- I Rout: lirian Renv, Brian Robb, Stott McKay. . an OFFICERS Donna NValter. 94 Presiclent Julie Nowack. .S'r'cm11I Hunt: Vittrpresi- Rircliliolli. Recording Setretary Debbi Ferguson, Treasurer Pant Richey, florresponding Secrctarv i Roger Chapinan. Rick Pelland. l'anl 'l'hompson. Tlzirzl Rout: john Roach, Todd Somers. Doug jluclson. Bob Novaria. Don Richer, Bill Stelling, Mr. Gibson. Starting its second year in alliliation with the American Red Cross program, 'lliijzlr' "SU again participated in projects sponsored by this organ- ization. l,ast year's president, -julie Nowacli, was re-elected and again led Triple through a var- iety ol' new projects. The club, which had a ineniber- ship of two hundred girls, held its annual all-school Christmas dinner in December. A Honiecoining lashion show, Christmas stockings lor an orphanage, Christnias cards lor soldiers in Viet Nam, and toys for children in a local hospital were only some of the inany service projects perlornied by Triple lts most iniportant project was the school chest, which was sent to the school in Iran that Arling- ton's Student Council built two years ago. Miss lelaerther and Miss lfllllIlgSCll again acted as the co- sponsors ol' Triple l,ed by President Greg Shaller, Key Club parti- cipated in a variety ol' service activities to the school and the connnunity. Included in their list ol' nunierous projects were their collecting ol' soap lor Dixon State lflospital, selling candy to raise money lor the blind, and selling peanuts to support the Boys' Clubs. Mr. Gibson sponsored the club and its service activities. The niembership ol' thirty was chosen by the olilicers alter each prospective meni- ber lilled out an application telling the reasons why he was applying lor inenibership and the year's serv- ice projects in which he most wanted to participate. ,fl - , ' ' - t . s . . ,t ., s ..., .gt QW! PEP CLUB BOARD Frou! Roni: Mrs. Markus. Presi- dent Connie Crenner, Vit'e-p1'esi- dent Nanny XValdbuesser, Secretary Cathy Cushing, S1'1'm1rl Rout: Alan Leird. Mary Beth Weiler. Treas- urer Gwen l'atterson, Carol Jern- berg, Sharon Smith. Think, Plan, And Move to Spirit And Victor NVhile the nieinbers ol' Chess Club were thinking, planning, and moving their way in and out of cheek, Pep Club supporters were planning and moving lo- ward niass enthusiasm. Pep Club, which was sponsored by Mrs. Markus and Mrs. Latour, worked to proniote school spirit projects. The lneinbers sold spirit ribbons and took part in pep assemblies. Pep Club also was inllu- ential in the organization ol' ear eararans to vari- t ous athletic events. This began a new trend in niany ol' the other schools in the clislriet. Clztfxs Club, perhaps the uiost thinking club at Ar- lington, enjoyed a revival in 1968-69. Meinbersbip and participation increased. The club voted on a new constitution, held weekly business meetings and provided an opportunity for students to play Chess any day alter school in room IOS. Ripli Alder- son served as president. Nlr. Boesel was the sponsor. CHESS CLUB Front Row: President Richard .Nl- dersou. Vice-president glean Herr- mann, Clint Xlbrighl. SIYYJIIII Row: Paul Tlioiupson, Paul Han- son. Steve Lorth. Thfrrl Row: George Chapnian, Frank .Xd1uns. 95 Whatls The Word Around Here? Active Cards -7: 3 5 SOCCER CLUB l'lI'HlIl lfllilf D1111' l.1Jll4XN'OilKl. l':1l Yorke, llruee Hill. SI'l'0Il!l lime: Mr. c,l2ll'llIIi'I', Gary Stevens, llillll rllllfilllllhilll, XVilli11111 Plllllpfll. Swarm' Club was Sl 11ew UI'gllIllllIflOlI 1l1is year and was lecl lay Doug 'l'l1ie111z111, Bryce Knorr, z111cl Gary llI'2lliC. Soccer games were plnyerl fluring 1l1e I':1ll p1'i11111rily lor p1'11c'liee. cil0IIllX'llIlOIl gz1111es look plzlee 1l11ri11g the spring, l1111 Ilfl IllfC'l'-Si'lI00l g'z1111es were IJl2llIIIL'Il lor tl1e year. Several eli11ies were l1el1l llllkilllglllllll the year. At one s111'I1 111111111 the players lll'OIll 1l1e lJI'UllCSSlUI12Il soeeer team, the lll1iC11go NlllSl2IIIg'S. 1111110 to give II 1:1114 1o 1l1e boys, Mr. fi2lI'ClII6I' sponsorecl ll1e new C'llIlJ. llllflllg 1l1e lJ2lSl year riding e111l111siz1sts l1111'e gone lo the Midwest Smlsles III YV1-sl DlllIClCC every Mo11clr1yz1s IIICIIllDCI'S ol' Rifling Club. Sponsors ol' ll1e 1'l11l1. Bliss Kelly 111111 Nliss SICI'IISlIl'llI, helped llli' olilieers, l'1'esifle11t XVe11dy ll2IQ'CIIlJ2IC'li, Vi1'e'-presi- Clem Cliris lililers, SCi'I'CIZIl'y PZIIII K11rzl4:1, 111141 Tren- Slll'CI' Sue l.Zll'SOI1, to put on 21 Iew horse shows 2lg'2lllISl o1l1e1' stables. Sillltly lll'2lIlIllCl' z111cl IJSIIVII NI1'Do1111ell were ol' i111'11l1111l1le z1ssistz1111'e to 1l1e olli- eers i11 lllillilllg all Lllff ilI'I'iIlIgf3IIlf'IIlS i111'ol1'e1l i11 1l1e1'l11l1. I'ri111i11g' llllil selling C1l1ris1111:1s L'2Il'KlS, 11111ki11g posters lor X'2lI'lOlIS 11l11l1s. and lJl'CSCI1llIlg lectures z111d I'il111s on ZIIT were II lew ol LlIC l'11111'1io11s lIlIClCl'f l2IliCII lwy the Ar! 1111111 ll1is ye:1r. PI'CSlClClll l,i111lz1 MeFll1ose, xllC'CflJI'CSlClClIl .XIIIIC Owens. illlfl Secre- 1z1ry-lrez1s11rer lJ2lIK'Il Nelson, llltlllg' lVllll eo-spo11sors Mr. Mi1il1z1elis and Nlr. Pink, OTQ'2lIlllCCl liielcl trips 1.o benelit the IlllClCI'Sl2llIKllIlg and appre1'i:1tio11 of ill'l. 96 RIDING CLUB OFFICERS Ifrmzl lime: 'll14L'1lxlll'CIK Sue LZITSUII, Xlltl'-lJI'CSlIlL'lll. Kris lil1le1's. .S'1'm11rl Row: SL'4l'ClllI'Y lllllll li111'1k:1. l'resicIe11L XVCIltly ll:1- gelilmrk. H' k ART CLUB Ifronl lfuzuz vllk-IDl'l'SlilCIIl .X1111ie Owens. I'1'esi1le11r. Lincln Nlmlilliose, sCl'l'CL2lI'y"liI'C2lSllI'l'I' ll2lIVII Nelson, SVIOIIII How: llCl.X'lIII II'i11kel1111111, Cl2IIIllV F1':111ko1'i1', 'I'e1'1'i Newsonie. , Tlzirifl l1o11': Mr. I'i11l4. Xl1'.'NIi1l1:1elis. Rllllfll Holmes, Or- 1'l1:11'cl I3z1l1is1o11i, Leslie Ferrey. 1 SKI CLUB lfrrml lime: Garol Richards. liaren llayuk, Nadine 'llllI'1lSl1Cl'. Gonnie Grenner. Pat llruby, Sue Miller, lean liivlahan, Sue Phillis. Meryl Lee Steele. Desiree lfrisclnnann, Jane l.aurel Steele. Gltris Markstroni, Kathy XValsh, Rob -ludycki. Gundry. Sennzrl Roni: Mrs. liresge. Treasurer l'at lirbaeh. .Xnn Gournoyer. I"ifllr Rout: Glenn Guzlort. Mark Winters. Secretary Marilyn liehe. President Gheryl Lustetk. Vice-presi Toni Bnnnelle, l'auI Gundry, Mimi Marshall. Paul Kresge, dent Sandy Yogeler, Mike lfriebnrg, Mr. Tourek. 'l'lt1'r4l Kate: liodo M'eber. Tom XYakeling. Gail Brown. Sixlli Roni: Nanty Sharon Smith. Nantgy Xllildbuesser. Melanie Maloney, Fred Hourigan. Sally lirbach, Ifran Kushwara, Mike linaack. Don Shak. Cheri Clarkson. Paula ci1lI'SlL'IlS. Ken XVells. Kris Uiol- liieber, Don Speese, Verne Genisio. Rick Schulti. Diane ter, Kathy fi1lIlllJlJCll, Garol Dalhke. lfozollz Rout: .Ian Leird, Christensen. lean lfrossard. Ski 81 Rifle Clubs Aim To Shoot Down The Hills Ski and Rifle Clubs aimed to shoot down the hills lor another suecesslul year. Ski Club, this year sponl sored by Mrs. Aleda Kresge and Mr. lidward Tourek. took advantage ol' another winter season. Olli- cers, Gheryl Lustek, Sandy Vogeler, Marilyn Kehe, and Pat lfrbach planned one weekend trip to Indian- head Mountain. The ski trip took place over semes- ter break, serving as an enjoyable vacation alter studying for exams. Also planned lor the season were weekly night trips to XVilmot Mountain in XVisconsin. New this year was the opportunity lor Arlington High School skiers to View thrilling ski movies and hear interesting guest speakers. The emphasis in these presentations was placed on ski safety. Any AHS student could become a member by attending three meetings. This year's active Rifle Club was sponsored by Mr. Garcia and Mr. Stille, the police counsellor. The lonr ollicers, -lell Stockdale, George Ghaplnan, Greg l,ude, and Gary Komarek planned two club matches which took place in the lall and in thc spring. The lirst annual Arlingtonfllersey match was also held this year. Twice weekly Rille Glnb , , I., , , -. ,, RIFLECLUB 5hOt 'll thc' Axlllllglfm HUSITI5 Pollff P'W'l bulge' l'il'Ulll Rout: Mr. Garcia, Vice-president Greg l,ude, Dave The club members used lllffll' own twenty-two Cali- Stoekdale, Gary liomarek. Mr. Stille. .Sw-1-will Html: Gary hm. tmwct rirlcs for these ln.m.liu.S- liirlc Club was Stevens, lohn Scott. lean liurkitt. Tliirzl Row: President It-ll' Stotkdale, Setretaryl'l'reasurer George Chapman. Fmizrllz 3 NRA nlililllillwl' and lmimlwrs wslisfl NRA mtlngs' Row: Stexe Lindgren Tom 9w'n'd Paul Thonlpson 97 SOCIOLOGY CLUB 1'11'U1l1 11111112 14o1111ie He11g1-1'. Ritk lihlers. 1,I'CS1l1CIl1 S:1111lv llaxis. Cli1111y Nliller. XYII1 Yoise. 11111 Travers, Sue CL1'Il51l01i11. Hilton, Vi1'e-111'esi1le11t 1.i111111 Ra111sey, Site Clarter. 11011111lxV1l1'- T111111 110111: Sue 1101i6l'1i2l. 511111111 lien111'11y. Connie flI'L'Il1lC1', ter, 1':111l 'l'o111ei. 111211112 fi1ll'1Sl12Il1. S1'I'llI111 1111111 N111 N111L'11Lf1'. 1,ll1I1 1.i111ls:1y, 1,2l1 1'1l'll1Jy. Nlary Ellen Xlzirinier, f11lt'l'y1 lean Nlillhottser, lflllllly 1,011 -lO11IlSUl1. Dawn Nelson, Chris 1,llSlL'Ll4. Cards Become Alert To Current World Problems Many 11ew and 1I1lC1'CSl1l1g' projects were 1to111plet1- e1l hy ,A1'11l1g'UJlliS S111ri11l11gy f11Il11 tl1is year. llncler the s11per1'isio11 ol' their sponsor, Mr. Mueller, :11111 tl1e lJ1'CSll1Clll, Sandy Hilton, Sociology Clnh 11el11 F1111 Nite booths where t11ey sol1l posters l'1'o111 f11L1 Town 111111 took variotts I'ie111 trips to local l1ospitals 211111 instittttions. Speakers also C21l11C a111l 11is1:11sse11 llllllly 1lllL'1'CSfll1g' an1l CO1111'OVC1'Sl2l1 stthjeets that C'U1ll'C1'1lCC1 tl1e Slll11Cl1l body. Teaching l11lClCl'-P1'1V1- legt-11 1'hil1l1'e11 111 Cll1i1'z1g'11,to rea1l 111111 write was the f-. newest 111111 111ost Sl11'1TCSS1'll1 of the prolieets 1lo11e tl1is year. l5e1'a11se the st1111ents at AHS ClE'11lll11Sl1'21lCCl a IICCC1 to express t11e111selves, N111 XV2lg11l'1"S persua- sive speeelt elass 11e1'111e11 to fortn a C'1ll1J, S11ll11'7I1 1'1U1'Il11I. to give tl1e111 a 1t11a111ie to voice I11C1l' opinions 011 1i111'1'e11t issues. Topies s111'l1 as. "Values 111111 lfanlts i11 Olll' 1fC1lIl'2ll10l12l1 System," Ullow Schools an11 cltllllllllllllly 8111111111 fX11j11st to 11lLGf2g1'2ll1011,yl :11111 t11e A'S11l111rl1z111 1,11JCl'211101l lflitllllil were 111111111611 l'o1' 111s- 1'11ss1o11 at 111C 111o11t11ly ineetings. fxlfllllllgll Student 15111411111 111111 21 l'a1'111ty z111vise1', tl1e lJl'O1JlC'IIlS were lllYCSllQ2lIC'f1 111111 p1'1-se11t1-11 hy the Sl1l1lCl11S. 1'lll1Il1'l' 'l'1'111'111'11s' 111111 Home El'01I01l111.'.S' C111'1f1'1'5 1'l1111s 2lII.l'Z1l'ICCl 5ll1C1Cl1IS with an eye 1111 t11e 11lIll1'C. Nletnhers i11 FTA, sponso1'e1l hy Mrs. Gragg, gained CfXIJL'1'1K3111'C 111 IC2lt'11ll1Q' te1'l111iq11es, while Home STUDENT FORUM OFFICERS 1111- Cllnh, spo11so1'e11 by Nlrs. Kane 111111 Miss Ewan, of- f'i1'0H1 110111: 1,l'CS1t1t'l1l 11111 l':11'isl1. 511111111 lfllilf 1'lXCl'lll1YC S VI P lx .11 . V . U . ,l, D l'e1'e1l 11 close look at oppo1't1111ities in tl1e field 01 1 Cflilfllllly ,IH ly CL' '. UIJH' 101111l1l11L'C 1111111112111 11111 4" A l V- U Q Q l 1' - V I '- Y' vim- pmgmm Commmec Umimmn CMM. RON.. l1o1111111.1l11ng thtongh 11e111o11st1.1t1o11s 111111 l1e11l t11ps. 98 Club Activities Prepare Cards For Future Careers X! FUTURE TEACHERS bie Heirkeii, Secret:ii'yfI're:1sii1'er .Ivan Herrinziiin, Kathy Ifmnl Ruin: xiilt-IJl'L'SiLll'lll -Iam Trziver. flzilliy I.L'1ilinL', -Inyre lluliniiliec, Presicleiit ljlielyii XUIIQIICI. Thin! Rumi: Palm hlolm- Herrmziiiii. Swrruirl Row: Mrs. Crzigg, Roberta Judyfki. Deb- son, SIIIHIIIIC Ruff. Ixim Slicvizik. G ZT- HOME ECONOMICS CAREERS CLUB Ifrurrl Row: Sec'1'i'l:x1'y Lorie XVCl1fi01'i, President Leslie Lewis, Vice-presiileiil Doimzi XVZILISVIOFIII. Swmml Row: Terry Smith. Put Stebbins, Miss liwxin, Joyce HCI'1'lIl1lI1Il. Tliirrl Huw: -Iziiiet Fluhrer, 'I'I'l'llSlll'Cl' .Ivan I'lel'l'm:iiiil, Slierrye Doyle. lfuzlrllz Roni: Jeri Geissiiiger, Kzitliy I-Iruby. Joann Alinclzile, Kathie Own-ns, Diiine Mciiscr. 99 Guides And Aides Lend AHS A Helping Hand 2 af vjgfx QI if K. fc ' LIBRARY AIDES l'lI'I1Ill Row: Ruth Cahler, Dawn Nlelionnell. Sue lirauneis. ston. Ellen lfrishie. Karen lford, Alan flording, Leslie Dorius, Sharon Connor, .Slfrmlrl Ruin: Richard Alderson, -Tell' llggle- Denise Dalton. Mark Nieinelyk. Do you need to leel needed? -lust donate your study hall and lend Arlington a helping hand! Office Guides saerifieed study hall time to lend their assistance to the counseling and attendance olliees, These volunteers were in evidenee every' where, distrihuting passes and attendance slips as they made themselves useful to their sehool. Hooks, magazines, and mierolilms surrounded the 1.ibno'y A1'rlr'.v as they whirled through eaeh hour of checking out materials, eolleeting lines, and generally assisting the librarians. These students learned ahout. the lilnrary while donating service. Record players, tape recorders, and movie pro- t jeetors tnade up the world ol' the AIlflI.U'ViS!lIlI and Cunierrl fllllll lllCIlllK'l'S. These students operated and were responsible lor the equipment used as teaehing aids - a mueh appreeiated use ol' skill. Speeial assistants to seienee teachers were Lab Airlex, whose tasks included preparing apparatus and helping with experiments. The volunteers con- trihuted their talents, developed their laboratory 1 skills, and inereased their knowledge ol' stiienee. Y V 1 Taking temperatures, filing, and giving simple first OFFICE GUIDES aid were a lew duties performed by the aides to lfmnf limit: Kathy l'it-ree. Denise Ilauth, Vitki 'Fi-uax. Sec- Mrs. Ford, the school nurse. H,-Xngels ol' mercy" ond Roni: Dee Xleatham. lieth lfriese, Karla Cllemmons. Such Us H1656 PI-Uvided H useful Service which Up Tliirrl lime: Cheri Berggren. Carol Bednarl. -loan Larsen. HOHN. H.Hm.n ten proved helplul to an antieipated medieal career. 100 NURSE'S AIDES Frou! Kmu: IQQITUII Mcllcynolds, Kzltlly Camaro, lionnie Becker, Ly'IlllCIIl Kleiner. Sammi Row: Kat- hy AfCXfii4'kL'l', Dzlrlcnc McCratic, Lylmc King, Liu Miulu-ll, Jam Almblnd. Service With A Smile zrff " I ,fx AV Cr CAMERA CLUB Ifmnl Row: I'1'L-xinlc-111 Bob Vlcck, Sfmml Row: Secretary LAB AIDES Brizm Gocclkc. Vice-Inl-sidcln 'Yom Kindlcr. Mr. K1lN'Illlilllgi1. Seated: Janet Mzlrum. Svuu Hllfkillgllillll. Slnnding: Bill Leiss4 'I'llh'rl Rom: Dzxvu Lighlhrall, Roger Swanson, Cilllfk Meyer, man, Ron Doubf-k. Marty XVaxslf-in. 101 Arlingtoirs D.li. and 15.0. programs allow students to receive early training in an occupation of their choice before graduating. D.F. or 1Ji.rlrilut'live Edu- cation. trains students in occupations which involve the merchandising ol' goods. 13.0. or D1'77Ifl'.Sffifl7!1 Oc- czlfmlions offers training in specific trades, such as nursing or auto IIlCl'llZll11L'S. D.15. and D.O. students are required to spend one half day at school in order to complete their gradu- ation requirements. They spend the rest of the day training at a job. At school the students attend at least two academic classes and a P.F. class. Two additional credits are received lfor working. Thus, the students are ahle to complete their education and receive valuable job training at the same tinie. DISTRIBUTIVE EDUCATION Ifmni Roni: Mr. Seihel, President Jo Bianta, Vice-president Ceoflry Gleason. Secretary Kill- hy Dill. Treasurer Cary Kehe. Secorzrl Row: Lynn Cillig. Sandra Clod, Louwanne Cisewski. Barb Ganek. Tllird Rune: Mary Mandele, -Ian Hull, Rick Francisco, Clluck Nolting. Claire Lowell. Fourlh Row: Gaillynn Stier. Melanie Randell. Mike Lvnk, Judy Biama, Paula .fXaga:n'cl, Patti Running, Scholastic ccupations DIVERSIFIED OCCUPATIONS lfront Row: Cindy Paulsen, Barb Cox. Jody Iiessner, Irene O'Brien. Frances Frigo, Donna Hapke. Second Row: Ray Truelsen. Gerald Smith, Scott Shrednicki. Tony Byrd. Scott Se' cumski, ,Xl Sowka, Larry Andres, Keith Meyer. Third Row: .-Xl Syoen, Brad Zook, Thomas Halden, Toni Stevens, Rick Lindgren. Mike Xlicek. Greg Inselberger, Glenn Diehall. 102 3 fi. ,fr 1 i Q V L X A an sf . 2' 1' 9 as a Q, lf., J QQ' 5 15271 .-', I W is yi? 1 ff N f f 5541 I Fig Slllllfllllgi Czithy Rowe, Kris Englubrcl- sen. In Tree: nlllfyllblll Kolli, Sue Johnson, Czlil Collins, Kathy XV1m1'a. ramid Of Spirit-Cardinal Power Never Fails VARSITY CHEERLEADERS FRQSH CHEERLEADERS Forming the c'rowcl's llZlVOl'llL', tln' pyrzinlirl of spirit, AHS var- Fronl Row: Mary 1.00 Cronin. Svrmlcl Row: Ginny Catlin, sity Cl1Cff1'lC'1ldC1'S once again prow that "our Ltjkllll is so big." Beth Oeslmann. Third Row: Kathy Mcliay. 104 'G- gbfkilii Rell letting the COllliillQ'IlL'C ol C,lardi11al Power. Varsity Captain is 1'lllgCll7l'l'lNL'Il Cllltlfs a rare. tahn llll7llll'lll. 111 a tense game NVho were those eighteen spirited girls dressed in red and white outfits that were seen at all athle- tie events? The .'Xl'llllgUJlI C1lI'I'l'll'tlIfIfI'S4, Ulf course. This enthusiastic group was divided into separate squads, There were four freshman on the fresh- lllllll stlttad. lottr soplicmtlimes on the st1pI1o1n01'e, lknir .juniors 4111 ll.V., illlfl live seniors and one itniior on varsity. The S0l3ll0lll0l'CS cheered at soph- mnore events and each week two alternated on the JY. squad, giving them a total ol' six. CllCC'l'lC1lCllllg' included huth enjoynrent and work Im' these lurttnrate girls. They practiced several hours a week and were in charge of the pep assem- hlies. The cheerleaders were partieularly busy dur- ing idtillllfftlllllllg week. It was their lioh to present the traditional erironatitin t'Cl'ClIl0lly and sell tnunis. The varsity llflllglll' new sweaters this year, red with rt white x'-neck Illlll a Fighting Cardinal emb- le111. The eheerleaders sold spirit rihho11s as a new way ol l1m1sti11g' seliool spirit. Proniotiirg interest in athletics was a respoiisihility that the girls enjoyed. ,Xrlingroifs -IV cheerleaders fire up the truwd with a strappy version of an old favorite. "Fight Cards." IUNIOR-VARSITY CHEERLEADERS lfront Row: Lindsey Barton, Pat lillfll, Betsy Ncilolltiin, Margaret llermes, Seronrl 130111: Kris Clark. Gail Ctiilloil, CIynDee Kurt, Mar- , cia Holley. 105 Slugging Cards Successfully Swing Through MSL VARSITY BASEBALL Front Row: John Garms. Gary Anderson, Dean Sclnnelzer, jim Bokelmarm. Dow YVoodard, ,lack I-lult, Jim Parish. Rog- er Chapman. Secoml Row: Tracy Elliot, Don Martel, Rick Iflrickson, Dave Pollard, John Kuykendall, Rich Hernandez, 1968 VARSITY BASEBALL f:lll'IIfl1lIfS 0f7f707lf?71f 7 ,,,, ,,... I lidgewood ,.,,,w, .. 3 2 , ..,.. Niles liast ,,Y,,,,,,... H 12 2 . ..... Glenbrook South ...,... .. 0 I ,,AA ...,. C Ionant .................. ,. 2 I ,,,, ,,,.. I 'alaline ,,,,,,, .. 0 2 ,,... Forest View .. 5 ll ,,,, ,,,,, I- 'rentd ,.,.,,,,,,. .. 7 S .,,. ..... l 'rospect .... .. 0 Il ,,,, ..,,. l ilk Grove .. 0 7 ,,,, ,,,,. l forest View .. .. 6 l .... ..... X Vheeling .. .. 0 l .... ..... C Ionaut ...... S 2 , ..... lilk Grove ...... .. 1 3 .,., ,,,., X Vheeling ,,,., .. 7 7 ,AAA .,.., L ake Park ...... .. 13 3 ,Y,, ..... P alatine .................... .. 4 l ,,,, ,,,,. P rospect fDistrictj ,..,, .. 3 2 , ,.r,, Prospect ....,v,,,.,..... .. S 2 .,r, ..... F remd .,.. .. 7 106 -leff Smith, Rick Plessner, Terry Furlong, Rick Buehne. Third Row: Mr. Somers, ,lim Baumgartner, Fred Halleck. Mike lllalsh, Ron Duheck, .lohu Keller, Pat Donahue, Al Feldman, .lim Kolari, Dave Armstrong, Steve Stratton, Larry Geyer. This year during varsity baseball the Cardinals 'isockedu it to their opponents. Although not one of its better seasons, the varsity team finished with an over-all record of eight victories, twelve losses. This was a sixth place finish in the Mid- Subnrbau League. The varsity team was instructed and guided hy Mr. Fran Somers, and it was aided by the adept catching of jim Kenny, the power hitting of Bob Miller and Darrell Kasl, the alert fielding of Craig Cochran, plus the expert pitching of Gary Anderson. Many other players also contributed greatly to the Arlington team effort. Both the sophomore and freshman teams showed the promise of exciting varsity play in the future with impressive identical showings of twelve wins and only four losses. The freshman "B" team also had a respectable record of six wins and seven losses. Coaches Drain and Glover helped the sopho- more and freshman HB" teams, respectively, while the frosh 'fA's" received the experienced coaching assistance of Mr. Bob Carter. The young Redbird sluggers, hoping to continue their fine performance, gained much from the 1968 season. lVith improved skills and new attitudes, the diamondmen prepared themselves for another season where slugging and swinging proves success. FROSH-SOPHOMORE BASEBALL Front Row: Mike XVilbins. Chuck Donchess. Steve Moore, Don Lewan, Bill Moore. John Brodnan. Rick Schoell, Torn Carroll, Szfwncl Row: Paul Helbing, john Oldenburg, Steve Chase, Scott Tremberth, Gene Elsberg, Roy Brooks, Craig Smith, The Girls Rrfrrrfatioiz ASSOCiLlfl.0Il', sponsored by Mrs. Hundt and Mrs. Vandenbnrgh, was one of Ar- lingtoirs largest and most active clubs, lls l00 nieni- bers participated in athletic activities which rang- ed from basketball to badminton two days each week. The girls worked to accinnulate enough points to earn one of three inajor awards. Award presenta- tions were niade at the YVinter Banquet and at the spring picnic, Crazy Daisies, held at Deer Grove. Brad Koerner, Blaine Hemphill. Third Row: Denny Foreman, Toni Rowe, Randy Roeing, Glenn Abel, Dan Rapp, Mike Mandele, Tom Branter, Bob McDonald, -lim Redle, Tom Brennan, jim Press, Chuck Dillon. Girls Reach Athletic Heights Through GRA G.R.A. , lfront Roar: President Mary Donn Rossi, Vite-president Lynne King, Recording Secretary Patty Zalud, Point Secretary Betsy Rossi. Sr'mnzI Row: Pam MeyCf, Ian Meyer, Pain Patberg. Sue Small, Betsy Moore, Debbie Yates, Linda Neal, Mary McLean, Linda Angelolf, Chris Oziinek, .Xnne Xlloods, .Ian Lyon. Third Row: Peg- gy Grob, Sue Cranci, Terry Cassidy, Kris XvOllL'l', Karen Munsen, Sandy Schinkow- sky. Pain Biglord, Debbie Larson, Marcia Floclin. FOIHAIII Row: Angela Berry, lean XVilson. Peggy Cunninghani. Barb lVray, Laura Kay Sivertsen, Cindy Soderlund, Carol Bednarz, Ioan Alnidale. Nina Davi- son, Susan Shinier. Ififlh Row: Laurel XVallner. Gail Thompson, Karen Hensen, Kathie Owens, Caryn Corts, Holly Han- sen, Mary Sheets, Andrea Pollites, Lana Volland. Sixth Raw: Terry Myer, Gwen Patterson. Marcia Patterson, julie Tollef- son. Chris Ferrario, Sue Shields. Jeanne Ebert, Carol Dalbke, Sharon Connor, Deb- bie Stoker, Kris Klimek. 107 Cardinal Cagers Net An Impressive Season VARSITY BASKETBALL Front Row: -Iell' Schulze. Ron Nelson. Coarli Zigman. Coach Carter, Al Kulil. Samui! Row: Bill Iflelleriian, .-Xl Feldman. liasketlmall at Arlington has traditionally lieen a popular spectator sport. This year was no diller- ent. as Arlingtoirs speedy. determined eagers rou- linued to attract crowds. Led liy .Xll-Conl'erent'e seniors Chris lluttenoli, Gary Anderson and lim llaunigartner, the varsity team compiled a win-loss record ol' l8-li. Other valualile inetnlmers ol' this year's squad were junior guards Bill llelternan and lim Stipp, and senior lorwards Ken .lorgensen and Dave Steele. Starter Dean Selnneller injured his ankle late in the season which kept him on the side- lines lor the remaining games. The varsity linisliecl second to Hlheeling in the Mid-Sulmnrlian League standings. Their only losses were to XVlieeling and Fremd. teams that lost to Arlington once during the season. .Xn extiting' high- light of eonlerenre play was a one-point, rome lrom behind vit-tory over XVheeling. The varsity also completed in a dil'l'it'nlt holiday tournament at DeKalb where they finished fourth. Under the direction ol' new head coach. Mr. George Zigman, Arlington basketball enjoyed sue- eess at all levels. The JV, eoaelietl by Mr. Carter and Mr. Pitehford finished third in the tonlerenee lie- hind Prospect and Fremd. Coaching the sophomore Conference champs was Nlr. Haines. while Mr. Drain and Mr. Brodnan led the freslnnen to similar titles. 108 lien Jorgensen. Cary .Xnderson. 'lim Sliznnion. Tom XYliite. Chris Iiultenoli, Dean Stlimelzer. Aliin Stipp, Jim Baumgart- HST. 't V Cardinal roach, George Zignian. gives advite to .'Xrlington's varsity tzagers about the execution ol a crucial defensive play. 1 C1 IVIIIVIIIIIA 1969 VARSITY BASKETBALL Ofijrrmwnl i 31 ,,,,. .,,. York ,,,,,,,,,,,,,, ,,,, , fill .... Nillill XVLBI ,, ,, I8 ., ,,,, U'l1c'L'lil1g ,,,,,., 735 , ,, cilfxllli Luka' 137 ,, ,.,, l'l'mlwcI .,,. , lifi ,,,, Pxilxnlilic' HH ., l3clxiclc'i'L- To . Sl. Clhairlcs .. 'iii ,.,, ,,,, S ycaniiimmir ....,, il ,, ,H liulizllln ,,,, , il .,., ,,,, I "rc-iml H ,,,,..,.. . 51 ,,,, fllciilngml Xmlli . QI ,, ,,,, Ilcrscy ,,,,,,, 75 ,,,, l"m'csI Yin-ix' 'ii , ,,,, B1ll'l'illglllIl ..... lili ,. ,.,, lilk Cl1'm'L- ,,,,. li-I ..,. .... C Irmaml ,,,. Ni ,,,, ,,,, X X'ilL'Ciillg . 57 . . ,,,, l'i'osIm1'cl ,, 70 .... Piliillilltf ,, 'il ,, ,,,. i'l'L'lllii .,...,....,,.,....,, To N ,,,, fiiL'Ilil1ll'Ki North ,... til .,,, .... I 'ulnliiw .,,,,, ,,,, , .79 , , SL. Villllll' Illigli jllngpiiig Clziiidiiml mgcrj Chris Iiiirteimli, flivs Iillfllllgil lll' llil' IlTUWillg' mis SUPC1'-W lllllllllf' unto I':1l:nli1iC's J1ISiiCl. IV BASKETBALL Front Row: ,Ia-H Slhllllll Couch Kl1n1'lv1', BLITI lk-Iaiiicy, .SIYYIVIII son, Put Hogan. Gary Rlllilhilllllll. Llzuk llult. -Iolm Gzirms Raw: Sum XYiL, R011 Doubck, Clifl Schultz, lieu Malcollu- .lim Stipp, Gary Brutko. Greg llzirris. U FROSH BASKETBALL lion 1'clL-rs. Brizm XX':1lkc1', Iell Halirc, Bruce Hill. Thin! f'il'0IIf Row: .lim Huher, -lull Clizm-. Chuck Fill, Dun Cllizmi- Rmu: Clozuli Drain. Rick Bmbkc. Grcgg Xl'ntlzmd, Rzly Thor- hcrs, 'l'L-rry XlKI,1lllQ'llllll. Dennis Kzuups, SlCYC Hllllcbll. Mika: sun. 'fmhl Malin. Rick limmvell. Rink Sunclquist, Bill Garmlf, Nlitchcll. S1'fOIlIl Row: licrl Clolizumi, llriam Hogan. Smll lim XVill. Drive Nordykc, Mark NVcikil1g'. Cozuli Cllizlpmzul. Steingrzuhcr, Kevin 'l'hull, 'ferry Ornishcc, Gorcloll Kaiser, Cloaicli B1'OClIl2lI1. C B d R h' G H ' h FROSH-SOPH BASKETBALL cus, Dummy lforcmzm. Bruce Ciarlsmi. Scrum! Row: Clozicli Frnni Row: licilh .kIlCilCI'SOIl, Gem: lilshcrg, Chuck Dillmi, Hnilics. 13011 Lewzm. Chuck lJOlllIlli'SS, Mike Nlnmlvlcf. Bill lion Pifkctl. John limclnzin. P111 xll'cil'1llll, Chuck Stcv- Kia-ck, l-lil10I1I1lS llnrris. Ron licwmi, 'I'rc'vo1' XVill, Rich Scholl. 110 CORONETS Fran! Row: Denise Dearen. Pat Mirs, Marty Kort, Laurie Peterson. Mary -lane Nleyers. ,lan Cochran. Adrienne Voise. ,lean Santelli, Kris XYolter, Nancy lirousseau. .S'1'1'on1l Rum: qlune Lucas, Maureen Callahan, Debbie Bruner, Martha Stevens, Barb Meyer, Patty Zalud, Cindy lVadzita, Terry Townsend, Mary llickox. Sue Pace. Tlzirzl Ruin: -leanne Kun- kel. Nancy Scudder. Pat Townsend. Debbie Leydig, Alcan Milburn. Vivian lfaitv. Bonnie Kenney, Nancce Dalley, Lynn Gray. -loan Dickenson, Debbie Vanek. lfourllr Roni: Karen Kfunseu, Dee Staahl, Robyn Hoese. Cherie XYestedt, -ludy Wilcox, Pat Walsh, Dianne Banko. Hip, Ho, arching, Twirling - Awa They Go "l lip ho, hut holy, To this accompanimcnt Arling- ton High Schools drill team, the tforonelx, took the field and floor for football and basketball half- time shows. The performances of marching and pre- cision drills, done to music at basketball games, reflected the hours ol' concentrated practicing by the thirty-six girls on the team. Because Coronets did not. have a class period, the captain. Vivian lfaitz taught' the drills she created to the girls dur- ing before school and evening rehearsals. The Coro- nets, sponsored by Miss Thompson this year, also marched in the Homecoming parade. The color guard. Il division ol' the Coronets, performed pre- game ceremonies, marching with Sabres, rifles, and flags. The Carf1t'llzf.r added life and sparkle to between- game and half-time shows. Sponsored by 21 former Clardette. Nlrs. Clark, the eleven member crew prac- ticed many long hours to perfect their baton and shaker routines. The effect of their routines, per- formed to the music of the Arlington Iligh School band or recordings, was heightened by the Car- dettes' new uniforms and their liberal use of cos- tumes and props. Their performances led by Vicki Truax, included ti hillbilly ho-down, children's games with lollipops, a special flag' routine on Homecom- ing, and an old fashioned top hat, soft shoe dance. CARDETTES Front Roze: Barb Conti, Dana Lacker. Trisha Dean, Vicki Truax, Kerry Knox. Second Row: Kathy Wlitcher, Sue Rice, Debbie lllhiting, Barb Nelson, Chris Losos, Denise Mack. lll VARSITY CROSS COUNTRY F?'O?7f RDIUZ .IOIIH cillflifl. Joe HOOIQCT, DANC Nl21l'SlZllCli, KCH agcr Davc Argust, Jeff Kowalski, Angel Figueroa, lhke Malcolmson, Scott Butler, Tom Swanson. .Sfcoml Row: Aillll' Yorke, Scott Tcuber, Conch Samoorc. Speedy Cards Win Conference And District Titles Zoom! ls it an birdg is it a plane? No, it's llll acc linrricrl Tom Swanson exhibits the form that is luster than a locomotive. 112 1968 Cu rzlizmls 2nd P1114 c ,,,,, 25 ..,.,...,.,..,.. 1 Zml plncc ...... I8 ,,,,,,,i,,,,, I7 27 Q5 I5 lil 22 ,,.i.,,,,,,,,... Znrl place ,.,.. Ili .,i,,,,,,,,,, IG Ili ,,,.,.,,,,,,, lst place .,,, 3111 plzlce ,,,, lst plalce ..., Sth place .,., VARSITY CROSS COUNTRY Peorizi lllvilauliolizll ......12v:mslon ..,...Nl:1ine NVQ-sl Nlccl ..,..,llcrsey ,,....lilk Grove ......l':1lzlLinc ,milillglewoml Forest View ..,.,.l'mspcct ......i'il'ClIlli .......l'coriu lmitzllionzll ..,,.,NX'l1eel111g ,......GlenbznrLl North . ......fiOll2lIlI ,,,,..CiOllfCl'CllC'C ,,,,,.LilJerIyvillc .,,,,,District ....,.St:ilc- Opjmncrzl 30 I5 A12 .28 30 16 36 ESI 45 '17 113 Striders Set The Pace .-Xrlingtons varsity cross country team, under the coaching of Mr. Bruce Samoore, proved to its oppo- nents that it was worthy ol' its MSI. championship, Senior Tom Swanson, who acted as the teamls cap- tain, led his eight team members to victory in the MSL. Other members of the IGZIIII were sophomores Scott Teuber and -lellf Kowalski: juniors Scott But- ler. Ken Malcolmson, and -lohn Curtin: and seniors joe Hooker, Dave lNIarszalek, and exchange student Angel lfigueroa. For the third consecutive, undefeated year, the Cards ended the season with a record of thirteen wins in as many dual meets. In the Libertyville In- vitational, Arlingtolrs harriers placed fourth out ol' sixteen teams. In the Blaine Xvest Center Meet and the Peoria Invitational, Arlington took second places out ol fields ol twenty-eight and thirty-three, re- spectively. Continuing their drive toward the state meet, Card harriers out-ran Fremd lor the lirst place title at the Conlerence meet lmy one point, 54-55. In the next leg ol the race to the state meet, AHS paced its way through the District meet, again taking lirst place out ol twenty-two teams. Swanson set the pace in this meet, taking the individual first place honors. In the state meet. Scott Butler, Dave Marszalek, and -loe Hooker placed fourteenth, thirty- lirst, and thirty-eighth, respectively, as the AHS team finished in eighth place for the IQGS season. Stott Butler and Aloe llooker. liaster than speeding bullets, lap even Superman. heading for another cross country victory. . .Rift I ef-'QB' SM . x-- . S I fit ,Q Waite? X t I S4 . I i I ' l I li . l 1 K , . Kill X FROSH-SOPH CROSS COUNTRY I Fran! Row: -Iell Seiler, Steve Hinton, Pete Jacobs. Craig N0- land, leff Baker, -lim McGrath. Pete Stull, Bruce Hill. Sec- ond Row: Andy Hahn, Scott Yeazel, Dave Grashorn, Ray YVilliams, Mike Clohan, Don I,aul'er, George Knight, Richard liolari. Tllirrl Row: Coaclt Vitton, Nike Darcy, Scott Bar- nett, ,lack Fitzpatrick, john Chapman, 'l'om Jarm, Bill Coch- ra11. Mike Splitt, Dave Gaare. 113 Redbird Power Soars Far Ver Challengers A strong senior eleven and a spirited coaching staff: hir. llob Hfalther, head coachg Mr. Toni Pitch- ford, defensive coachg and Mr. -lack Clutlip, line eoach, composed the first undefeated football team at Arlington lligh School or in this area in forty- three years. Co-captain Todd Somers, senior, led the power- ful backfield of seniors Dave liwart and Dennis lNleacham, but the real eredit goes to the line. Sen- iors lim Ulrich and Paul Tollefson, who was co-eap- tain, took the tackle positions and refused to be moved. The offense scored points, and the defense wouldn't give up any. The defense relinquished only twenty-six points all season, and very little yardage, Although this was a history-making undefeated tea111, Mr. Clhuek llaines and Nlr. -lulius Fleihler may have built another on the AIV team, Arlingtoirs .IV team was also undefeated. They relied heavily on their defense, led by middle-linebaclser Mike XVeber. The interior lille was made of sophomores. The defensive backfield held up with Gary Bratko and Sam Mlit thwarting the opposing team's pass receivers. The offense had a dual set of quarter- backs, John Kuykendall and Fred Harth. Following the -IV team were the sophomores. Despite two early defeats, Mr. Tom XValthouse and Mr. Gregory Alcorn got their team to finish in good league standing. The freslnnan teams turned in respectable sea- son standings under the coaching of Mr. George Zigman, who began his first season at Arlington. Two important figures on the field at every Arlington foot ball game, Coaeh Walther and the referee. discuss the game l 968 VARSITY FOOTBALL llnrfIii1nl.i' Oflponelilx 26 .......... ,... B laine Ulest ..... ............. G F52 .. .... Forest View ..... .. 0 till .. .... Ifremtl .,...,........ .. G I!! ,, ,.., Wheeling ,,,,, .. 7 lll .. .... Palatine .... .. 0 29 H .... lilk Grove .. 0 I9 .. Ridgewood -- 7 34 .. ..,. Prospect ..,..........,. A, 0 -l7 ., ,,.. Cllenbard North .. .. 6 tio-captain Todd Somers, quarterback, stands above fellow varsity gridders while waiting to call out the winning play for AHS. 114 2 43 VARSITY FOOTBALL lfrmzl Row: Jim B2lllIIlQllliIllC1', Plllll Tollcfson, Todd Somers, Scolt Sinmn, Al Lnloncl, Curl .xllCiL'l'SOll. llzlvc liwc-rl, Dennis Mcuclrzlrn. Dean Schmclzer, Dan Sulleck, hlilll Ulrich. Scfrmrl Row: Clozuli XYz1lIhcr, Conch Pilrhforcl, Cozuli Cutlip, Chris liutlmmb. Craig Dechring. Rick Truhun, lic-vin lillerrson, EJ john Krislrwzmr. Tim Shannon, jmck Hult, Dick Rnusch, Ron Nelson. 'I'l1ir1l Row: Slcvc' Slrznllon. Dow XX'oodz1rd, Bryce Knorr, Mike Dclonnn. XX'nync Bartholomew, KWH Heine- nrznln, Mike Ilndlcry, Roh Swim, Dong Sluvher, Doug Jud- son, Jay Harris, Mr. Sheehan. Touchdown Team Hailed Throughout State r F Lama IV FOOTBALL IFVUIIT Raw: Pclc Bnkowaki, Scott Douglas, Bill XX'ilcl1er, Don Sllnnph, Sum XX'iL. Gary Brzntko. .lim Pxlrish, .lim Alm, Don- nis Agnus. Svrmlfl Rum: Conch Hzrincs, Brad OiBCI'1Tj, Doug Horllslellcr, 'Thomas Lidgc, john Gzrrms, 'Tom Harris. Chuck Domlmcss, Pclcr Hzlrlh. lim losctli. Gzrrv XVegncr, lfrud Mor- rison, Coath Flichlcr. 'l'!11'rrI' How: Dun' Rcrnlz, Mikc X'Vcbcr, Paul Crcenc, Craig Morin, Rich DL-lurrcy. Frccl Hnrlh, John Knykcndxlll, John Morrow, john Meyer, Manager John Mzrnos. 115 9954? L57 has-f 1, W F 'Zy 7 4?f ig Q51 is 3 65 2' F S 1 FROSH-SOPH FOOTBALL Front Row: Smit 'l'remhertli, Larry Bossnng. SIL-ve Chase, Chuck Dillon. Gene lilslnrrg, lioh XYilson. Fred Shak. lllainv Hemphill, Roy Geneyich, SI'!'Ullll Row: Kim Vollvndorl, Howard Casavant, lirnre Clark. John liorialh, Ali-fl' Si-llerik, Denny Foreman, Bill Ilinneherg, Bruce lllllllCl', .john Xl'alsh. ,jay Srlnnilz. Tliirrl Row: Coaih Alcorn, Vlill DeXViLt, Sieve Moore, Don Zarharias, Carl hllTxVllC1'I,Cl', Mike D'Angelo, Rick Shallvr, Alike Garms, U'ally YVrohlewski, Manager joe Lal,oncl, Manager Frank H iggason. Coach xvZ1llllOlISL'. Fourth Row: -lohn Gahler. Bruce Slarek, Jerry Proebslle, .lim Depew, Seoll Mudge, Riik Sfhoell, l'al hlCCl'1llll. Hob lX'lcDonalCl, Gordon Heist-. Chunk Slc'YL'llS, 'loin Sayre, Roh Hnher, Alike Graham. FROSH FOOTBALL Front Row: john Ripley. liarry XVCl'll1'l4. 'l'iin Cook. Mark Carlson. Rieharrl Collin. Craig I.ashc'r, Gary Browark. -lim Lloyd. lirir 'l'ollvl'son. -lon Decvy. Steve l'I1ll'lIlS, Larry XVolI'l'. Sfwmnl Row: -lim Hauer, .lim Brown. Dick Porowski, lllilan Sayirli, Mike Pralke, Art Dyer, .lov Knykenclall. Pele Anmler- son, Gary Lockwoocl, lieilh lloclor, Dana Morkeil. -lell Hurling. Stott Van Dellen, -lell Chase. Tllirrl Row: .lim Lo- Cascio, Terry Orinshcc. Mlhilney Dobherlin, lim Sands. Slew' Cooper, Mike Musich, Scum Sleingraber, -Iclf Haire, Lloyd 116 -fl 6.35 V Sexton. Dare Hills, Steve llilfll. Don Chainhers, lid Leister, Hob llcinpsvy. I"ourlh Ruin: Coach lolliek, Bart Delaney, Coach Somers, Aliin Nlfl1.'ll2lS, Craig lirurko, Frank Corrado, Mike Cleveland, Bill XVelLon. Bob Comer, lid Carpenter. Steve Cook. Dan Dohslafl, Oliver Peale, .lim Miller, Dave XVelnnann, Mark .'xlW2llL'l'. Coach Sahlin, Coach Zignian. Fifflz Row: Chuck Fill. Kevin 'l'hal, .lack Kelly, Troy Slinkard, .lim Kolze, Mike Flopp. .lay Nation, Bill Honsekneclit, Rink Brooke. Tim PlJgZlll, Brian XValkcr, .lohn Brice, Franz Gol- beck, Greg XVatland, Mark Chidley. Dennis Ramps. l In l,H'lll'.lli.Y girls learn to express their emotions l irls Gain Graceful Skills Through Participation "Sit-ups, one, two, three. lourf' were typiezil Com- nizinds ol the .ienior letlflers, who hettune se '- teziehers during the pzist year. These girls lou v - ,- that heing Il tezieher is not its sinrmle :is it nniy seein. A year ol training when they were yiunic 1 X niziy hzire enhzineed their skills, hut only experienee ,, could teach these girls to cope with lilty hoisterous K ' E sophoniores doing the "Salty Dog Rug." The silver- V - ' ' lish in the temporary dressing room posed just :in- other ol nizrny problems lor the girls to handle A I ii his I V with what gieaee :ind skill they eould nnister. The leaders were chosen on the hzisis ol enthusi- zistn, desire. and skill. During the past year thev ziided the PL. teachers by taking' zittendanee, lend- ing exereises. ldlflllllg' skills, helping to grzide Stll- dents, :ind sonretinies takinw' over the class entire- I ly. Nltiny ol these girls plain to go on in eolleot to heroine pliysituil eduezition teziehers. through interpretive dzinee using bzisie loeoinotor skills, hzilzinee, :ind hody eontrol. During the paist yeair the girls in Orehesis displayed their talent at sehool zxsseinhlies, :it grande schools, during hzisket- hzill hall-tinies, :uid at the annual Orehesis show. The girls :also visited :art galleries :ind dzuiee work- shops on lield trips. Nliss YVhitney, the groups . . ,. EADERS sponsor aided ollieers Pau llruhy, presidentg Lindy SENIOR L lfmnl ltrne: Mzirr llonn Rossi, Gwen Patterson, 'lerrv Myer, Nlillell Viet'-ptesiclellli itllel Slllll'0ll Nlillllll, SCCTC- lizirh lllllgllllih. Regina lleiser. .S'1'mnrI Row: Nztney Chris- IllIW'-lI'CllSlll'L'l'. Nziney Grzihow :ind lietsv Criswell l"l'l'l'lh0'f1 -lim l,l'l'lf' .Mull -ll"'f' .Mcl"i5' -lm" P'k'f5' -lim ' ' ' . llztnnn. lxnn Xlziun. Ilnrzl lime: ham Dunn, .Xndreu brztezyk, were hoth eleeted to he the wzirdrohe nnstresses. lfilwll Rmlig. m.,,1m. R,,l,i,N,,ly Km 1q,,gt.1l,,.l.,sUL ORCHESIS lfzonl Itmu: Sue l.uedt-king, Niiney Urzihow, Sharon Blztrtin. l.ense. Tliirfl Roni: Leslie Lewis, Tony Bnnnelle. Betsy Cris- l':it llruhy, Cindy Nliller, l'ttt Strother, Cllziudine Turi, .-Xnn well. lituhy lilsner. l,1uirie LC't'llt3ll. Mzirgznret Long, Linda Cluurnoyer. .S'f'f'm1fl lime: Sheilzi Hairinon. .Xnne Owens. Don- Reexes. Sue Cirzishorn, Sue lioth. l,ynn johnson. Carrol Lep- nzt Yl':ilter. Pznn 'l'owusend. lizirh lfondrie. Sturdy Hilton. kowski. I.:uu'u liergstroni. lieth Meljonzild. Indy 'Xd:uns, AlainVtlrossniekle. Lishy Peek. Sue Hziul. Ajezuine llrirk, Qlzinet Denise Peterson, Donna: liuhxtrieh. Mztrjie Bowen. Hole In ne:CardinaI Linksmeifs Cup Of Tee . l VARSITY GOLF CANDIDATES I lfrunl Row: .lim IVoocIw:u'cI, Alerry I3z1sI1Ia-bell, .luck X72Il1VCClI,III'IILI O'ISc1'1'y, Rich .X1'11lUlll'. Chris NIZIIISIZIIUIQ, Mr. XVZIILIIOIISC. I968 VARSITY GOLF Curzlimlls Of7fI07I!'7Ll IG9 ...... Maine IVCSK ..... ITS IG-I ......,,,,,,, IVZIIIIQCQZIII .,,.,.,.A...,.......,.....,. IGS Glli place ...... ....,,,, I ,aku Park Im'iL:ulirm.ll ,,.... - lG9 .,,,.,,,,,,,, Glclibmok South .. IG7 IGS KIIIIIIC Iizlsl. .,,.,,,,.. ISI IGO Form-sL View .. I7lI 160 l7l'v1nrI ...,..,. I7AI IGG ......,,..,., Pzilzltiuc ,...,.....,..,....,,.....,,,,,,. ISI! SLI! plnfc ..,,.. .,,,,,.. I VIICCIIIIQ' Invilzltirmnll ..... , I7I ,.....,,.,., Cunznut ,....,,.,,,,,,.,,,,,,.,,A,., I77 5tli plarc ...,.. ...,..,. D istriri ,,,,,,, - l7I ,A,.Y,,,A Elk Grow' ..,,,, QIEI IGI IVI1eQIil1g v..., IS2 IGI .,,...,,. I'1'ospL'c't ,....,. I G9 21111 place ,,.... Confcreme .... - IIS "Yes, I :mi often inisluken forA1'1mIcI I'a1Imcr!" L'z1su:1Ily Com- mcnlx golfer Jack X"1llIx'ICCIl H9 he exhibits than classic swing. www' Q FROSH-SOPH GOLF CANDIDATES Q 1 I'l7'Ullf Rout: -lake Nlaas. .lark Legg, Chris Xlarsalek, .S'rruml ICmtt:l'ete Lneclelting, llill Wolotl, Mike Rossi. Brian Conklin, Coath Xllultliouse. Golfers Are UP To Par Arlington's varsity goll' team hegan the season cleterminecl to hetter its thircl place standing in last year's Competition. The varsity linksmen met their ehallengeg and under the direction olf Cloaeh Tom XValthouse, they rapturecl the conference crown during the 1968 tournament. The team, mainly comprised of seniors. was head- ecl hy eo-captains Doug Chaps and Pete Hahn. Five starting varsity linlasmen Doug Cliaps, Pete Hahn, Steve Coy, klestin Yeclor and Rich Armour again challenged par at the Clolclen .Xeres Country Club in Roselle, Illinois. Neither rain nor snow nor sleet nor hail nor clark ol' night eoulcl keep the golfers lrom prac'tic'ing clailv. To start the hall rolling, Arlingtoti cleleatecl YVau- kegan High School lor the I'irst time i11 fourteen years. The varsity linksmen were victorious in all t'onl'erent'e clual meets. They linishecl the season with a great lollow tlirough hy cleleating the Pros- pect Knights. the toughest opponents. In the dis- triet meet held at Glenbrook Soutlrs home course, .-Xrlington linishetl fourth. The lrosh-soph team, again uncler the eoacthing' of Nlr. XValthouse, eonipletetl a sutfcesslttl season. The lrosh-soph golfers partieipatecl in clual meets anfl the c'onlierent'e tournament. They strove for I1 per- Iiett tlriye anal it clear shot to at Victorious Season. 1968 CONFERENCE CHAMPS I"rnnl Rua-: Doug Chaps, Pete llahn. Sefonzl Row: Coach Wallltotnse. Steve Coy. Rich Armour, Justin Yedor. ll9 Gymnasts Swing High, Double-Back n Success VARSITY CYMNASTICS Front Rout: Torn Kennedy, Steve Vonlibers, Nike lsaacs, .fini lioernt-r, Brian Pasrale, Kim Moore. Srfnztfl Rom: XVayne Pierre. Brad l'rot'liaska. Glenn Teinko, Pat Brousseau, l'll'llLil' Xletltling. -fohn Boylan. Mark Larson. Third Row: 1969 VARSITY CYMNASTICS Manager Dave l.ighthall. George Clreswell. Co-Captain Alini Brousscan, Kevin Lindsev. Terry Haines, Ron jones. Coach Russell, Coath XVallhonse, Nirk Isaacs, Co-Captain Cary Drake. Larry I.arson. Pete Metz. Bolt Cleielnnztn. Clonlerenee, district, state. Any really great team ran rack up trophies like that, but it: takes a 1Valt- house team to do it: twice in a row. Sixteen hours ol' practice a week weren't. uncom- Cf'1"'lf'1"'-f OPPOHMIS mon lor a dedicated gytnnast, The lruits olf such 121135 H 'v--.- Tlmmmn nnnn 7125 Iahor and the determination and skill olf coaches 'mm nlnbbb Plmpcm nnVAAV-.YA.---A---A-A-AAA--,, H 90.05 lVztlthouse and Russell were obvious in. the qualtlt- ISI Plzml liwmum Imimioml - ration ol nine boys in state eotnnetttton, at least H450 W--Pulmim -,-, -I G5-G0 one tn every eve-nt. bhartng' a third ol'the state " U w l . tieatn score were Inn lsrousseau and Bob Cfletehnian, 'SfP'1"'C 't'A' t""' l Iumc MSL hmmmn - liourth and filth. in the all-around event. lim also lg' Place ""' """' l 'V""k'3i"l l"VlU'll"'11'1 - look first on the high har and tenth on the paral- lll-35 -fA'A -'---- I "'C'1'd --"-----'------------'------ 65-45 lel liars. In the side horse competition, Ron Jones l27-"lil ----- ------ I "1"'ri11Sl'm -'f--'----f' 75-U5 secured tenth place. The strongest event, tutnhling- 127110 ----- ,----- 5 5ll'l1lJ111'fl Nflflll '--- 72-55 lree-exercise, was dominated by Steve Von llbers, 115.5 .. ...... New Trier East .... 108-10 Cary Drake. and Nick Isaaes, who wrapped up 126,35 ,,,,, .,,... 1 forest View ..... 100.811 first, third, and fifth places, respectively. Kevin 133,05 ,,,,, ,,,,,, 1 Evanston ,,,,, 119,65 Lindsey won a ninth place on still rings while George 126.95 Qbbnn ,,-,,- 1 gtk fp,-mic ,,,A 100.10 Creswell on high har tied lor third. Terry Haines Igllym - nnnnnn ll,,,,:,,,L nnynnn 61.85 retained his status as state rliatnpion on the tratnp. 135.15 -IIA nnlnun I Iolumlms vv--- 115.95 ln addition to topping every other gymnastics 156,30 VVVV Vxbvvn X vlmdmg nbnn- 50475 teatn in the state ol illhno-is, they also. heat the Ifmm unnbnn Hasty nuwnnunnnllbnnublybnh WMO H108-Indiana .Sta-te .Lhatnpions hy an nnpresstve Himlnlc Cum,-all ,-,,,A H905 tnargtn at an Invitational tn the -crl'1ll.'C Cfyni. The IM-45 U nnuv -Mmm ww VVVV WHO Indiana team proved no competition lor these boys ISL PING Cmlfcmmc III- H who have not lost a dual nieet in the last two sea- sons. 'St1'l1"Q 'Hmm "" T The lC1lllliS pride in the ahility ol' Coach YValt- 'St Plmie gmc 'tt"'t - house was reinloreed when he was chosen to attend W Il niet-ting ol' gym coaches in Basil, Switilerland. l l 12 0 t FRESHMAN GYMNASTICS lilffllfll-l-. Rich lznlilliljlllllll. l7r:n1z Cnlluerk, Iohn Kolzc, Couch FVIHII Ifflivi -Xlllll fT0lll'ilfl. THIN llCll1ll'ifliS. Doug' LHW, Bill Russell, Couch Xlhlllioilse, Clhnfk Hcrc'hlin1-. Mike XYrohlew- Heller, qlnhn Gihhol, Slew lfslrcllzl, 'l'c-fry Rani. .loc Teinko. ski, Cary Bl'1IllllSl'C'IllC1', Craig Combs, Alohn Ramsey, Mike Scfond Row: XIIIIIIIQCI' Dave Liglllhzlll, Chris Mnun, Russ l.issnL'r. G mnasts Prove Too Keen For The Competition SOPHOMORE GYMNASTICS 1'-Vlllll Row: Gregg Dzrtillo. I.llI'l'f' Bosnng, Scott llruulike, Mark XYeeg, Rick Klcliny. Tom Sayre, Conch Russell, Couch Slove Brogclon, jeff Mcfluirc, Roh Wilson, john Van dc Wzilllioinsv. lid llZllClCll1llll, Mink Musich, Tracy Nclrzger, Mvrkt. Szfcrmfl lfonfz AIZUIIIQCI' Dzlve Liglitliull, Ilohn Hilton, Dana: Zonsius. 121 VARSITY SWIMMING lfrzmt Row: Frzlnk Dyc. Bob Slizlrllc, Steve Jurco, Craig Du- .lim Hilgculcltl. -lcll Vllllllflllllll, Rogc-r Clmpinzlli, Eric Lind- vis. Kurt Fl'cllsc'l1uw. Scronfl Row: Conch Clark, Dnvc .-Xtgust. blzlcl, Captain Kurt Tllouison, 'limi ROWC. Clflllffll Gardner. Cards Plunge With ride, Splash With Spirit 1969 VARSITY SWIMMING f.'nrrU1mIs 0121101112111 Ilh place .,...... Sl. Viator Rulnvs ..,,,, .,., - 1-st l,cyclt'11 ,....,,,.I'lOl'L'Sl Vicw 28 ,... ,,,,,,,., I V?l1Ilil'g2Ill ...,. 67 359 ........ Lzlku lfowst ........l,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,l..,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 5 6 O ,..,............... Rivcrsiclv Bronklieltl Inviuuimml ,,,, - iltll plain- .,,,,., l'1'oviso XVCSI Pzmtlicr Relays .... - -Ill ......v........,.., lforvsl View ,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, , H 112 39 ,,,, ..,,,,,,, l 'inspect ....,..,. 513 32 ..,,,,.., Nlzxillc XYcsl l,,, 65 250 .,,, ..,,,,,,. N iles lVt'sl ,,,,,, 65 IEP ,,,, ..,,..... L ilk Crow' '17 "No you muy not swim aruuncl the pool in one lJlxCZllll,H says Cozltll fl1ll'ClI1Cl' :ls SCIlll7I' Kurt 'lcllscllow accepts :1 ilIlI'C. 199 As temperatures dropped to below Zero degrees, W' W' W' the 68-09 swim team devoted lllfllly long and tire- some hours to practice in warm, seventy degree water. During these freezing winter months, the tankers gathered early every morning at the school and took a bus to the Northwest Suburban YMCA in Des Plaines. Under the supervision of Coaches Pete Clark and Iohn Gardner, the varsity taukmen linished second ' in the ghost conference. Captain Kurt Thomson set new l00 and 200 yard lree-style records at 52.4 and l.55.fl seconds, respectively. Tom Rowe was tops in the butterfly event and recorded record-breaking times. Swimmers .lim Hilgenfeld, Bill XVitcher, Kurt Tellschow, and Kurt Thomson, broke relay records also. Both Tom and -lim competed as in- dividual medley swimmers. Breast stroke swimming was led by lireshman Dennis Stout, and Frie I.ind- blad rounded out the events in swimming back- Stroke. The Arlington swim team managed to advauee two top Card swimmers, Kurt Thomson and Tom Rowe to the district linals which were held at New Trier East. Kurt, who qualified in the 200 yard free-Style preliminaries, missed the qualifying' time for state by two-tenths of a second. Tom finished sixth in the l00 yard butterfly preliminaries, and in the same position for the finals. Yllllllllgll the team will lose three senior tankers hy graduation, the luture looks brighter since the returning swimmers will have a pool of their own. Diving into practice laps. Kurt Tellstthow and Kurt Thomson exhibit the form that makes team members' heads swim. FROSH-SOPH SWIMMING Petrovski. Srmml Roar: Coach Clark, Jeff Burling, Dave Front Row: jeff Seiler, Bill Tarchola, Kevin Ilolfstad. Bob Brask, Doug XVumlerlt:, Mike Topp, Pete Nester, jim Stoll, Hughes, Dennis Stout, Oliver Peale, Dan Nieman, Dave Greg Chapman, Mark 'l'oberman, Coach Gardner. 123 l l VARSITY TENNIS ris, Bob Crockett. Bill Stelling, Paul Stevens, Don Bieher, Coach Pitehfortl. Dennis Conrad, lien -lorgensen, Greg Har- jim Maltmgm, Netmen Hold 'fLove"-In -For MSL Opponents VARSITY TENNIS 1101110 Oppmirfrit Iirtl platt ...... New Trier flllZlill'1lllQ,lIl2II' - I ,N ,,,,,,,,, ...... H instlale ,,,,,,,,........,.,...,,,,,, , . -I 2nd place ,..... lixanston TIlXll2llltllILIl -4 n ,,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,, I Tort-st View ...,.,,,,,,,,,..,. . 0 5 ,,,,,. Palatiln: A 0 5 ,,,,,,,A,,,,.l ,,,,,. l freind ,....,......,,,,,,,.........,, . il lst plate ,l.. ,...... X rlington llIYllJIlIUIl2ll - 5 .,,,.,,,,,, .,,,,, C Ionant ,..,,.........,,,,,,,,,... , U lst plate ,.,. ...... I listritt - 3 ...,,,,.,,, ,,,,,, I Yheeling ...., . 2 5 ,,..., lilk Grove ....... . 0 l ,,..., New Trier East . -I l ,,,.,. livanslon ...,,,, ,. . fl 5 ...,ll,,... ...,,, C Jak Park ..... . fl 35rd plate ....., State - 4 ,.,..,..... ..,,,. I 'rospeet .... , I lst plate .... .,.,,, C Ionferente .... - 124 Once again proving that tennis at Arlington is a winning racket, the Cardinal tennis team eompiled a rerord of ten wins in thirteen flnal meets. The senior eo-eaptains, Bill Von lioeekmann and Matt XVeeg led their team memhers through the sneeess- lnl season. The team was comprised of juniors Bill Stelling, Paul Stevens, Ken Jorgensen. and Robert Croekett, and sophomore Greg' Harris. The Card netn1e11 also made an impressive show- ing in invitational meets. Coach Tom Pitel1fortl's crew racked np two third place finishes at the FV- anston Invitational and tl1e New Trier Quadrangn- lar where there were fields of eight teams and four teams, respectively. ln the Arlington lnvitational, the host team Captured the first place trophy from its seven opponents. Arlington made the Conference meet an intra- mural contest as the raeketeers took first and see- ond places in hoth singles and doubles play. Vleeg was given second place to Von Boeekmann's first in singles play. The Alorgensen-I-larris duo defeated teammates Stevens and Stelling for the doubles title. Jorgensen and Harris again heat Stelling and Ste- vens as they took District titles. Von Boeekmann and XVeeg took first and fourth in singles Competi- tion. Von Boeektnann made the quarter-finals as he led Arlington to a third place finish downstate. Cardinal "Swingers" Rack UP Points In MSL X Scott McKay finds that cliligunt practice can crcatte xt formi- Pztul Stevens :intl Bill Stclling lmrusli up on the tennis skills dable opponent as lic wztnns up against lemnmzttc Roh Bauer. which rc-gulatrly Lt-rrnrivc tht-ir competition in t-very season. FROSH-SOPH TENN I5 Front Rmu: Keith Funk, Dick Eisner, John Hilton, Greg Clnncli Knilauns, Mitliztcl Cllztrktn Hill Kempisty, licn l'iL'kt'll. Chnpnum. John Korizttli, Cory Tilibits, Bruce Starck, Mark lirttcc Cztrlson. Curl NIt'XY11t:1'tc1'. Bill Stciticr, Trevor YVill, i XVeCg, Greg Gibbcl. John XX'ztlsl1, Dani Stztttdcr. Sl'f'UH!I Rout: Randy lfisclicr, Dztvt' Scott, Bula XVi1li:nns. 125 VARSITY TRACK AND FIELD h21111, illlblll cill21l'Itll0l'. P21111 Tollefson. Dave KlIlTSllCk, Iohn Ifront Row: R211' l3e11so11.AIi111 Bk'l'ghll'4lIll, Doug bltidson, Vic' LZlI'lgllOlll, Todd So111ers. Cary Fagersou, Glenn Mitehell. SOflCl'Sll'UIll, ilitllll SWZIIISOII, Rick l,CllllIltl. Stott Butler. lJ211'e 'I'l1i1'rl lfllllli t1o:11'l1 'l'l1y1'ee11. CIo:11h Burt, Bill Price. Tim llieters, lvlllllll' l'lt'llll'lIl2lllIl, liryte Klltllili. Swmnrl 16111111 Rirk Sh211111o11. Tom XVl1llt', 'lim Ill1'it'l1. Datve Steele. Joe Hooker, Saxton, Mike Dority, Rory tlatssidy. .lim Stubbs, Bob Grzt- Rick Ehlers, Mike XX'eiler, ciflllfll Myers, Cozteh Sztmoore. Cards Run Down Mid-Suburban League Foes A Gaining greater experieuee, depth, and 1110111611- F'- Illllly Co:1c'h llruce S2llll0U1'ClS t'llltlL'l'1llCll slowly pieced together ZllltllllCl' ol' Illlllly truck and field - .gg - squads which have p1'o1'e11 to he El PCl'Cl'llll2ll power- - ffm' A A i house in District 2lfI'. WGS saw the C211'di11z1l ll'2lt'lilllCll 1'111111i11g' ZIWZIY with 1'o11I'e1'e11c'e 211111 tlistrift victories illltl I'i11ishi11g witl1 2111 llIllJl'CSSlVC twelfth 21t the st21te l'i1121ls i11 C1l121111p:1ig11. Ret111't1i11g' U'llll l2llll't'lS l'l'Olll dow11st21te were senior Gary l'l2lg6IAStJll, who planted filth i11 pole Yillllllllg' c'o111petitio11, 2111tl senior Dzire Steele, who sprinted to l'o111'tl1 place honors i11 the 120 yard high htlrdles. Other lCH6l'lllCll who played 2111 i111po1't2111t role i11 tl1e tC2lIll Iinish were seniors Nike Dority, .loe Hooker, Todd Somers, Vlltilll SWZIIISOII, l'2111l Tolle- llStJ1l. 2111cl Qillllltll' Scott Butler. ,'X0'21i11 the hiv' 0211115 i11 .X1'li11w'to11'S trztek 21rsel1z1l O P D U we1'e litllllltl i11 the lllSIlllll'L' l'llllllCl'S, sezisoned lay 21 SlIt'CCSSi'lll cross co1111t1'y se21so11. Along witl1 Zl potent 2lllIlCli supplied hy the weight 111e11 and sp1'i11te1'S, they eo111p1'ised El XYCll-l'0llllClCCl team llI1ClC1' tl1e w21t1'hl'11l eye of clflllfll S21111oo1'e. The 15169 VC'l'SltJll of the JX1-li11gto11 track te?t111 will be setting its sights on Il repent. pe1'fo1'111a11Ce ol' the '68 t'o11l'e1'e11c'e and district meets i11 addi- illllllltililll SPl'llllC1'S joe Hooker :111d Dave Dit-ters seem to have . Q . '. . I V, I.. li lt-lt L'OIIlIJCllIlUll i11 their wzlke ns they lllZllkC trunks ttJgell1er. 11011 to '1 luomluult PU5'l'011 at llc Slate um 5' 126 Senior POIL'-YIlllllCl' Cztry l'11lgC'I'SOlI, waiting for his next run, surveys his Iieltl Illltl womlers if he shoultl go nntler or over. FROSH-SOPH TRACK I-'mul Rnrw: Part Yorke. Scott Davis, .luck Ifitvpztlrirk, Pett- hlnmlms, Mike Yorke. Mike Clrathznn. Scott 'I'enl1t-t'. Henry SC'lIIlliIl. Inhn Clztlmler. Hel Clrannner. Bill I'IefI'ernztn. lim llilgenlelil. George Knight, Roy Clcnevicli. .Yfwnlrl Riots. -ferry Vrrvelmstle. Xlittlt I-Iigtltnt. Fretl Ilnrth, Gary Rrntko. Sznn XVII, Nunn IY:tll, Briznt Rolxlm. Bob Hnher. I':ntl Clreene, Mike l'rilJilsl4i. Scott Xltttlge. Klint l'llllCl', -lefl' Iiowztlslai. 'loc Cards Run Up A Storm Pponents Snowed 1968 VARSITY TRACK AND FIELD CflH'1lI'II1ll.Y Olppgnmzl S112 ...... ....... I Elgin ,,,.....,.,..,i..,. ,,,,, , , -l2t1, IIS ......... .,.... C Ionanit ,...,.....,,.,...... ,,,,, 3 I 7 lst plane ......, ,.,,,,., X rlington Prep ..,.,.. ,, M l02 ......... ...,,., C Llettlmronla Stnttli .. 25 lst platfe ....... ,,..... L ztke Shure Meet ,.,,.., ,. - fllllfg ......... ....., 1 ilgin ,.......,...,,,,,...,,.., ., ISM Pztlztline ...,..,.....,... .. 52 21141 plztu .... ...... l l2llIllIl'lC Relays .... - 3:1 ......... ...... I ilk Clrove ....,.,.....,,,.,,. ,, -12 33 ............. ....... X Iztine East ...,,,.,..,,,,....,. ,, 7-I lSl plztre H .... ....... I 'ztlunt lnxilzttitninl ,, - lili ......... .,,... I 'rospecit ....,...,..,......,,,,, ,,,,, I il HI ......... ....... l freind ......,.,,..,, ,.,,. , , 'IZ lst plane ....... .....,, I District NIC-et ,,,,, - INDOOR TRACK Gil ....... Deerfield .......... ,, -I3 Niles Hlest ...... ,. 79 57 ....... Palatine .,,.... N 25 Xlheelittg ..... ,,,,, - 16 S0 ....... Forest View .... .. IS Niles East ..... ..... 3 9 7513 ......, Hinsdztlc ....... ..... 3 5 70 ......,...... ...... Elrtl plate 50 .......... ..---- IX Iles North ....,..,..,...... ...,. 5 -I lst place ....... ....... I Vilclvat Relztys ........ .. - Mztme Last .....,,.,,... W.-BI-tue Demon Relays .Prospect ....,,........,.,......... s .. as W Clznnp, Tltirrl Row: 'I'itn lrunnner. Clrztig Moritz. lien Matl- colmson, George Clltztpmzm. .lulnt Olnnam. .lerry Rztsnztk. Bill XX'ilc'li0r. -lnhn Clurlin, Vince XN'eiclner, I':tt NIttCir:tllt. Don Zztclr:tt'ins, Kevin Ilztyes. Tom Nikol, Steve Von Iilxers. Fourth Row: Bill Clmhrxtn. Miles Root. Boll XVC-Iyer, john Pollitz, Mike Dt-Zotntat. Kevin lillerlson, 'llom Hlltile, Ron I-Ioppock, Nike' Splilt, Clztry lYC'QlIC'l'. George I'rcclit'k. Alolin Tollcfson. 127 VARSETY AND l.V. WRESTLING Moritz. Srronzl Rout: Robert Parks. Randy Fischer, Coach l-imn! limit: Rich Hernandez. Hike Weber. Gary l'rochaska, Cutlip. Peter lflarth. Carl .Xnderson. Pat Mclloy. Don Stumpl. Gary Stuinpl. Rick Wakely, play Xlclionnell. Rick Slilllllllli, Greg Smith. Coach Sheehan. .Xl Kleliay. Mary Musich, Fred ,lohn Meyer. Steve Sadlicki. Greg Matrix. 'l'im lfichter. l.upe lXlorrison. -lim blosetli. Dick XYells, XVally Bednarz, jeff How- llc-rnandez. llerh 'l'rulore. Todd Slnnnate, Steve Bakas, Craig ard. .lohn Nlanos, Coach Alcorn. Grapplers Pin pponents To The Mat Of Defeat Crueling two hour practice sessions every day alter school for nearly four months paid off for Arlington's grapplers this season. Under the coach- ing ahilities ol Mr. Jack Cutlip, and the leadership ol' co-captains Gary Proehaska and Jay McDonnell, a large varsity squad made up ol' talented and vigor- ous lreslnnen, sophomores, juniors, and seniors, inuscled their way to a line second place finish in the Conference. They ended their season with a Clonlerence dual meet record ol' 8-1, falling only to league champs, Prospect. Their over-all dual IHCCI record was an impressive lil-2. Some of their other achievements included a second place finish at the Proriso YVeSt Quadrangular Meet, a lourth place linish at. the Palatine Holiday Tournament, and a lirst place finish at the Lake Park Tourna- ment. They also retained their possession ol' "Pas Bucket," which is the award given annually to the winner ol' the .Xrlington-Palatine match. Four out' standing Arlington inattnen made it through the District meet to the sectionals. They were seniors Dan Selleck, Pat Mefloy, and ,lay Mconnell, and freshman Gary Stutnph. Following the tradition ol' winning seasons at Ar- lington, the junior-varsity mattnen, coached by Mr. Greg' Alcorn, proved to he just as successful as the varsity. XVith their only loss coming again at the hands ol' Prospect, the jayrees finished second in league competition with a dual meet record of 9 wins and 1 loss and a 10-1 coinprehensive record. au. . ell now. stomp with the left and do-siktlof' .Xll join in to clieer Lupe Hernandez as he warily stalks a Palatine loc. 128 Wrestlers Twist Competitors In Winning Holds I 969 VARSITY WRESTLING ffllfllfllflhf Ojrfwrtwttl T65 , ,,,,,,.. Wlweling ............,,,,,,,, ,.....,,, S I8 .--, ...,,,,. I iockfurcl filllllnllfll ,Y,,, .. 21 22 ,,,,, ..Rotkl'ot'tl Iiztst .,.,.,, .. 21 I7 iA,i,A,,,,, ,,,,,..i I '1'ospt'c'L ......,,, 20 2nd plsuc ..,., ..,..,,. I 'roviso Quzul ,,,,,, -- 25 ,.,......,..,. ........ I 'ztlzttimt .,..,.......,.,,.,, Y. lfl blth plants ,,,,,, .....,,,, I 'ulantim' 'l'ou1'ncy ..... ., - Ist plum ...,. ,,,,, lmkt' l':n'k 'l'o1lrm'y - EIO .......... .,.,,,.,, I "rt-tml ,,,................,,,,, I I ISS .... ........ C Llcnhztrtl North ...... ,, 6 'I 3 .... ,..,..... I Icrscy ,................. 5 QI .,,, ........ I "ou-st View .. IS 23 ..i, ..,..... N iles II'1'sl ...... .. I2 fil ..., ..,..... I ilk Crow ,. .. I2 350 .,,, ..,,,,., I Ionrtnt ..,I,,..... ,, I-I fittl plzlu' ....,,... District Meet .,.,, I - .Xlthough it s not uxztctly llkc the WVCSIIIIIQ UII IX, QTIIIJIJIUI' Rule Slltllflilli shows that .IHS wrestling is just :ts 4-xnititt FROSH-SOPH WRESTLINCA Y Y lfrztnk llitgqnson. Xlilzm Sztxuh. Nlatrk Clztrlsott, C1011 ,Nlztcllztrtlty 'IIOIII llztllfllompo. Iiriz, Tollclsotl. Blaine llcmpllill. Clark Pcti fic, lfrztnk Datlcomlmo. Sftmtfl Knut: Xlikc lloltzm, hlolm XVZIISII liodo IY1'lmctA, Sli-xv illtatse. Roy Gt-ltuviclt. qlolm Gttblcr. Scott Douglass. Pete .XIltlk'l'SUIl. Tod I.c:isl1-r, -lim Ilxtucr, Ken liclcl Islutv, xlohu I.mInIpI1. lu' Davis. Iloh lsillllllllff. -lay Nation Nlilxu Clzttnts. 'l'll1't'zl Huw: Cloatflt lollittli, Clozttlt II':tIlhcr Steve Clztrmmss. Ioml Rztsmusscll. Miko IJ'.Xngclo, Ron Ilzmk- Icy, Marty l'lztt'gt'1'. Nod Smith, lim I'rL'ss. Steve Cook. .lol Clltztpmzm. 'lim Pflgilll. liim Vcvllcrttnlotl, lim Locnscio, Nlztrk Cltitllcv. l':tt Iiztltv. lull' Sc-llck, Clrztig Smith. Ilolx IYilsf Ill Gorclmlt lluist-. St'c'x't' ,Xloortz Doug lfttllur, Ciztrv Voighl Dean Powell. 122 u ,V Ill "A" CLUB lfmnl lirzznz Larry Larson. Pete NiC'll. Todd Somers. Gary Drake, Gary Prochaska. Don Stuinpi, Ron Nelson, liric Lind- blad. Secolzd Row: .Inn liaunigartner. Mark Nlcflowan. Torn Rowe. Rick Buehne. Rich Hernandel, Greg Harris. Frank Dye, jim Hilgenlcld, ,lay MtDonnell, Bob Gleiclnnan. Tlzirrl lime: ,lim Brousseau, Denny Nieachain. George Creswell. Nick Isaacs, Dave Argusl. Mike Xveiler. lien Xlalcolnison. i l 1 -VIII!! ,-. ..e, ff -.v , 'la , L , .. ' 1 o .JF .-in 'A" CLUB OFFICERS "rout Row: President Gary Drake. Smonrl Roni: Secretary- l'reasurer Gary l,l40t'll2lSll1l. Yite-president 'l'odd Soniers. 130 Tom Swanson. Kurt 'l'hoinson. Steve Stratton. Rich Stanc- zak. I'l0IlI'l!I Row: Pat Mctloy. Bill Stelling. ,Xl I.aLond, XVally Beclnarz. Bill Price, Dean Stlnnelfer. .lay Harris, Bill XVitcl1er, Terry Haines, Tim Furlong. Ifijllz Row: .Xl liuhl, .lim Bokel- niann, Dave Marsvalek. 'l'ini Shannon. illtllll XVhitc, Dave Steele. Joe llooker. l'aul 'l'ollel'son, Ron jones. Dong -Ind- son. Cary lfagerson. A Lettermaifs League Cfllfl is Arlingtoirs organization for those boys that have earned their varsity letter through participation in athletics. Several tinies during the year certain boys are selected to become new pledg- es. For a few weeks they are kept busy doing vari- ous tasks and giving some strange pei-lkrrnianees. Alter this they are initiated, and then they be- eonie active nienrbers. "JV Club sponsored many activities this year. They enthusiastically sold tickets lor the annual raffle ol' the llonieconiing lootball. adding a little suspense to the exciting' October festivities at Ar- lington. C111 the mystic: evening ol' October twellftli the l'lOlHCtiOlIlillg dance, sponsored by H.-Y' Club, was held in the Grace Gyninasiuni. The title ol' this year's dance was 'U'Xutiunn Mist," and it was a very "rousing success", according to Club president, senior Gary Drake. December saw the extremely busy nienibers of the club traveling to a dance in Park Ridge, Illinois. lhis dame was held for a group ol' girls lroni a girls orphanage and school as special entertain- nient. Cllub's sponsor lor 1968-69 was Hr. Vena. D'- 'E 51:53 f wi ,gf ' A-Q az ,, M H: ,l 1 , ,Qx , -f fp- ,, dv- X F 'vs -ffm., A -nail Tllirml Rim: llml .hull-im. Dnvinl M. .'h'lns1r0ll::: lfurltlmrill 1. 2: Wrn-stling 1, 2. 31, I: lizisvllnll 1, 3, Il, si: Intruinuizll lluskvi- lvill Il, In-slum' l!unL:'. WEIAIN' L. lSuI'lllul41lm'u: l-'mllllqlll 1, 2, JE, ,lg inirumurnl Raisin-llnlll 1. 2. Il. 1: Beinirlln Hull 1. 2 3, ll S-vm-lull' Cluln I1 Vlrlss Huuivl 2 I-'uurlh liow: tlrvlulrml I.. lluttislnni: Ari Vluh 1, 2, Ii, rl: Gel-inuu Vlnlv 1, 2, Il, 1. llunald .l. Iluuvr: Wrestling 2: Bvmirlji Hull 3, l. Nlivl I". Iiuulvrr lfhlmllnxll 13 XVresllilil: 1, 2, Zi: Clzlss Board 1, 2, 3: '1'r:iuk 1. 2: Hrmnfvmnim: lflmli ilmniniltn-v 1. 2. 33. l. .Ianni-s A. Iiuumgurhn-r: lflmtlnxll I. 2, ZZ, -li l'1:islu'tlJ:1ll l, 2, Il, li Iizlsclmull l. Ii, -li Humll- 1-inning Unnrl l: Class ltnnr-l -l, Vim--lu-l-sith-iii Il: Club ZZ, li Hull Muniuu' 52. -I1 Slinlvnt Vulliwil l. I4'iI'lll Row: Runnin S. Rl'r'kvr: Nurses' Aific-I Svlluul Sturm-I llusinn-ss Emi Flulu: Sociology Nluln. llrvg 'l', iim-Ialn-y: Ski Ululr l, 2, Il, 1: rlyinnnstivs lg lisnlin Vlulx 1. 2: Spanish Club l: Smriulugy f'lulJ 4. H'ull4'l' .I. livsllmrn, Jr.: Fuolllall 1, Z, 21: l.X'xw-isiliinz 1, 2, SZ. -li Truuli 1. 2. 31 "A" Club 3. -I3 Hull M4-ninlr Zi. l. l'1-ll-r E. H4-hn: 'l'rnnsl'l-rroll :ns an sl-ninr fruin Aluinr- '1'mvnsl1ip H Sl lfinsi, Pnrli liirllzv, lll. 182 J-5 H91 . .,,,, V. 1, ff l ,,,V " iiz ibfff wi" ' -. 32. --ll : Seniors I-'in-sl, Row: .Ioyru A. Alu-I: Class Board 2: Business Club -lg 1 Semester Honor Pin. Judy L, Adams: Orchesis Al: Ulziss Board 1. 2: Band 1, 2. 13: Individual Speech 1. David J. Aguirre: Slmnislm Flub 1, 2, Ii, -I. Rivlmrsl M. Aldf-rsmn: Cin-ss Club 2. Il, President 43 Track 33 Library Aide 4: 'l'rainsfl1r1'ecl :is n junior from Murruh H. S., .lui-lisun, Missis- Suppl, S4-wnnl Kmv: Ari. Allm-ndorph: Ili-midji Bull 1, 2, 3, 4. liurlmru I.. Amin-rsun: lluino Er Vluln 1, Z, Ii: Slum- Crew: GRA 2, l: Spnnish iflulm 23 Pun l.:un:ungf- Council U, 3: Ofl'in'm- Guinle 13, 4. Gary li. .-Xml:-rsnnl: lizxskelbnll 1, 2, 3, -lf Busuhull 1. 2, 3. -1: T Semesu-r llnnor Pin: Inlraunuruls 2, Iii Crnss Clninlry 1, 2. l.nwr4-nl-0 lil. Andrvs: Diversified Oucuputimis 25, 1, A11-:i Delegzitu ln Stale Cunvvniinn 35 Hnm0crnnini.: lflozn Cfmimlxlvv 1. Z, 25, Clmirniuu l, 1-.-5 um- Sixlh Row: liaynluml NY. llc-'usnuz 'Vrzufk 2, 3. -l: sl Semester llflnnr Pin. Cllr-ryl Ii. llurggron: Surge Crm-xv i, 2. 3. -I Offiu- Guide 2, -l: Powder Puff 1-'uuilnull Il: Natiunul X 'Fin-spinn Suuiuty. -lose-nliinv Bizuwn. Donald li. Iii:-In-r: F001- lmll 1, 2: Tennis 1, 2, 3, lg Slwm-1' Club -lg Ski Cluln -1' S' M' -' lnor1'iu. Sn-vvnlh Row: Antlmny II. Bird: Foutlmll 1. David J. liiwvr: Wmstling l, 2: Truck l, 2: Pliuiupzrzxpliy Club l'rl-simlenl I. Cin-ryl A. lijurnsnn: Ifi-vsllxnun Girls' l'lnn-us, Sm-inlupzy tiluh -lj Husiiu-ss I'I1lu4':xti0n Club, Ol'fim'u Guide. livvin D, Iiluvklu-l'1:: l-'mltllull 1: 'l'r:wlc 1: Vvrvstling l, 21 llussiun Club 1. 2. Pri-sill:-nl IZ. 4. Pain Ilzuigiingo tflnlnuil 3. .-., Class of 1969 First lhm: Bruin- li. lilzwliwn-ll: Fairililml 1, 2, Il, Enlilnr 113 NFL f':ils-mlur Plmtoginplwx- 3, ig l'lwtug1-upliy Club I. Juno I.. lilzllu-man: Stage Crew Club lg Uffive Guillu 3: Drama- tics i. .lan-qlu-lyn R. Bli-Ns: Flziss llozlril l, 2: GRA li Freslimun Girls' Chorus: Girls' film- 2, Srcretury Sl, l.0:uivrs 3, I. Brian J. liolclnr: JETS ll. Sr:-mul Row: .li-ffrn-y A. limily: Gull' 1. 2: llrbss Country 12 -l Semeslvr llflrmr Piu, Judy Y. Ilrnml: Trunslerrenl us zu sbpliumore frmn Furl: Ridge, Ill. Elisnlwlli llrunlun'l1'll: Studi-ul Cuunm-11 1, llg Class Buarnl 1. 2: Ski Club: Fresh- I mam Girls' Clmrus: Girls' Gli-0: Mixed Vlmrusg S4-ninr Choir: NFL Czilonrlur Girl. U4-mlml l. Brink: liusvbzill 1: XVx-eslliug Il,l. lirian J. llulililr: .ll'I'l"S Il. 'Sb l ,,..-fl Sixih Rllwz .lnhu .L filllulluu: liiflv l'luln Il, 43 '1'i'm'lc ZZ 'l'1'ausl'errell us :i suplinmbre fmm llill .Iunlur ll, S.. Denver, fiulb. Kuhn-ri l'. fnnipln-ll: Ski Club 1, 2, 3, 41. Amy J. Viirlsun: Rinliui: Club 3, Tlmnms I-I. Curlmm. Si-ulnlh Rllw: Cuunin- J. Curlslrnun: Triple MS". '1'rfmsferri-d us zi scuior from rllizixviu-e Mission South H. S., Kunsus City, Kzinsiis. 'l'n-rry lf. Ciiasiilyz flxrdilml 3, 1: GRA 1. 2, fi, Presi- nlvnt Ill Ski Club 3, -li Nzillonzil Tllespizin Society 2, 3, 42 lfrenrsh Club 1, LZ: Li-zirlws -I: Stage Crow 2. Dium- M. fllrisiizuli Biology Ulull ll Ski lllub 1, 23 Killing Club 23 Business Eiluczition Club lp Snciulogy Club -it 'l'r:msI'orrell as u juniur from Elk Grow- Il. S., Elk Grove, Ill. liiziniu- li. Cllrishmavn: Ski Club 1, 3, il, Vice-president 23 Art Club I, 2: Trlpln "S" 2, 3, l! GIIA 1. 2, 31 Spanish Club 2, Til Carmlilull stziff, Highlights Vu-urlliuulur '13 Class Board fl. Seniors First Row: Cathy A. Fliristoplu-rson: Senior Choir fi: GRA 1, 2: Ski Club -1: Russian Club 1, Secretary 2: All State Cliorus fi. Nancy A. f'lirislopli4-rson: GRA 1, 2, 3, fl: Leaders 3, it: Orchestra: Talent Show 2: Russian t"lub 1, 2. K4-ith Clcnnnons. Chuck Cofoill, Se-fond Row: Cliary ll. Colburn: Office Guide 1: Spanish Club 1, 2, Zi: GRA 1, 2: Future Teachers Club 1, 2: Riding Club 3, Ann Conn-r. Dennis L. Conrad: National Honor Society 2, 3, -l: Tri-M 2, 3. -1: Concert Band 1, 2, 3, 4: Pep Band 1, 2, fl: Tennis 1, 2, 3, 4: Tutoring 2. 3: Hunnere Up NCTE English Contest -1. Gail I". Conway: Orchestra 1, 3, Vice-president 2: Operetta 1, 2, ll: Class Board 2: Talent Show -i: 'I'riAM 2, Ii, -1: 7 Semester Honor Pin. 'I'liird Row: Sin- Corbett. Linda M. Cormier: Stage Crew 1. 2: Spanish Club 2: Triple "S" 1, 2, ZS: Class Board 2. Scan Curkl-ll. Stepln-n M. Cornelius: 7 Semester Honor Pin: Transferred as at junior from Groves H. S., Birmingliain, Micli. it Sixth Row: .Iam-I l-2. llannn: Lenders 3, 11: Operettzi 4: GRA 1, 2, 3, -l: Russian Club 1, 2, Vice-prt-sidment Sl: Spanish lflllil 3: Senior Choir -1: Girls' Glee fi: Class Board 4. lil-urge Danki-r: Intramural Basketball 1, 2. 3, 1: Bemidji Ball 1: Russian Club 1, 2, 3: Wrestling: 2, Pal Danna. Chris Davis. Seventh Row: Craig Davis. Fmig lh-1-luring. Cindy lla-4-llriinz. Put Dvjulio. Fourth Row: Ann K. Cournoyi-r: Orchesis, Senior liupresenta- 'e -: ass oarrl 1, 2, Il. Al: 7 Semester Honor Pin: ': ional Honor Society 3, -1: II1-ighis 2, 3, 4: Quill 81 Scroll 3, -l: Ski Club 1, 2. fl, President 3: German Rand 3, 4. April I.. Crnnnu-r: Spanish Club 1, 2: Riding.: Club 2, 3: Ollice Guide 4: 'I'rrtnsl'erreci as a freshman from Forest View H, S., Ari, Hts., Ill. lil-urge Bl. Crvswq-ll: Friothall 1: Baseball 2: Gymnastic-s 1, 2, 3, 4: "A" Club. lil-tsy A. friswi-ll: Orcbesis 2, 3, 4: Fri-nch Club 1, 2: Talent Show 2. Fifth Row: lioln-rt W. Crockett: Tennis 1, 2, 3, 4: National Forensic League 2, 3, -l: Debate 2: Sociology Club 4: 7 Semester Honor Pin. Sh-plmni L. Funnnings: National 'Flies- pian Sncicty 2, 3, -1: Stage Crew 2, 3, -l: Triple "S" 2: Riding.: Club 2: GRA 2: Office Guide Il. .lark llabhert: Cross Country 1: Wrestling 1, 2, 3: Hascball 1, 2. 3. Daryl I.. Dalton: 'Vransfr-rred from Sacred Heart of Mary ll. Rolling Meadows, Illinois. 134 ' 1 ' 5' A Q 'wt 1 J -:53 - fm.. S2 '- !,,5.,.:1E 1 F Y 1 I xx, is ,I . A 'X 1 I-'nurtll Row: Kirk lfllilu-rs. -lutly Elliott. Iiutliryn Al. Elsnm-r: Nzllinvmll Hmioi' Sirvivty 2. 3, -li Orulwsis Sl, l: Schrmlnstirr Art Award 2: 7 Nm'1111-Stm' llonor l'i111 Vluss liuiirtl 1, 2: Girls' Glot- ZZ: S1-11inr Choir -1: Operellzt Vl. Kris Ifliigi-lhrnitm-11. l-'illh limi: Ilunim M. I-I111.:I:1114l4-r: '1'ransl'o1'1'wl as :1 junior l'rv111 Plousantview H. S., Culu111l111s, Ohio. Marilyn ll. I-lpsky: N:1tiu11:1l l-lunor Society 2, Il, lp Triple "S" 1, 2, Z. -1: T Suim-stl-1' Hunur Pin: Class lhuiiwl 2, 3. l'11trit'i11 ll. Erlmcliz All-rlicul C1111-01' Cluh 1. 2: Triivlv "S" 1. 2: Ski P11111 3, 'l'r4-:1su1'c1' -l: 4 Semestt-1' Honor l'in: Talent Slmw Fl: Svliior 4'l1f1ir l: llr1111et-oming lflmlt Kll1:1i1'1111111 Il, 4. liill .l. Enl. 7? 5515" ,X V , . , 0 QA 1-401' f l,b' g14,g,,,,-11 v i ,V f 1,3 we a:e1.,w ' . Class of 1969 2 , A First Row: 'l'un1 D4-vim-. Clmrliv Dirltiiismi. Gln-nn llivhull. Ilimlu. Dix: Art Club lj llvights 2, Ii: Cairalliuil 3: Quill nnll Majgggf Scroll Ii, Al: T S1-mt-stvr Honor Pin. Svrlnml Row: Dllnnix Dfllaul. I':1t Dumxllllr. Lintllr Ilonath. Slivllau-I A. Dnrily: 'l'r:1r'k l, 2, 3, 43 Football 1, 21 Haskel- Tlllrd Row: Ln-slid' Dnrius. Ronald Ihwlin. Paul Elin-l. Brurc Elinor. x I1 lhm sun Nl I lr:-lla 1' en h 1 1 Nllth Flu lnolugx Club l S111 1111019 Klub -1 Tra11sfe11e-ll is 1 iieshman lxum XVl1u-lxnp., H S Xilieelim, Illinois hrigurx D Eu-r nrt in il 1 1111u1 1 lor 5 P.1btb'1 1 ut u ir ollnill onttrcncr 4 Sturllnt luuncil 1 3 N1t1un1l 11104111 1 S1-is-ty 2, 3, Presiflt-nt 4: Student Foruln Viet--lrrositlent 4: 'zss oartl 1: 2, 1: " " ' 111 1. : l'l:1ll Moiiitor . Bury S. "uf rson: Fuotlmll l: ross Country 2: at , , Il, 1: "A" Club Al: Cl1u1'us 1, 23 Senior Clmir l: I11t1'u111u1-al Sports 3, Al: 7 Scrnestr-1' H1111111' Pin. Sl-vi-11tl1 ltmr: John C. Fuus: Class Board 2, 3, 4, Vice- presilltfrit 1: Cross Country 1, 2, 3: Track 1, 2: D1-lmte 2: Individual Speech Events 3: Nxitlonzxl Forensic League 2, 3: Quill :intl Scroll 4: Curulimxl Sl. 1. Al R. Feltlinzinz Cross Country 1: Basketball 1, 2, Il, -l: Baseball 1, 2, 3, '13 7 Semi-su-r llunm' Pin: Intramural Sports 2. .lm-o D. lf:-llnm1u1: Football l: Intr:1m111'al Basketball 2: Bvmiclji Ball: l'l1r1to- graphy Cluh, Sully E. Fin-ld: Girls' Club Recording Secretary 2: D1'z11nu Club 1: T1'z111sfer1'c4l us 11 sophomore from Ifruincl H. S., Pulzitine, Illinois. E1 .3 135 K f-ggi E' me 'Ti Third Row: Rim-hnrtl J. lfrnm-isio: Cross Country 1: Ski tflub. Lindo J. Frank: GRA I, 2. Susan L. Frzmk: GRA: Germain Club Secretary il. limdlvy A. Franz:-n: t'nrnlinuI Pllotogrzliilier 2, 3: Rifll- Club 1: Cnrnerai Club 2. Fourth Row: Anne C. Ifrisbiv: 4 Semester Honor Pin: Gold Key. Blue Ribbon Sc-liolnstic Art Awnrds. 'l'1-rr:-live tl. lfurlongr: Basketball Manager 2, 3: liasebull lwlnmugor 2, 3. Timothy M. l-'urlongz Tennis Manager 2, Il. -1: Wrestling Maiuigei' 2. 3: "A" Club Il, 1. Elizabeth A. Qnllowayz Stu- dent Council 1. 2. 3. Vice-president -l: Clzlss l-lourd 1, 3, Vice-president 2: Senior Choir -1: Talent Slinw -1: Cardinal Mascot 4. Seniors First Row: Amzvl Flguerozm-Loronti-: AFS stuile-nt from Maid- :itl, Spain: Student Council -1: Nutiouul Honor Society iii Cross Country -1: "A" Club el. Nlarthn J. Finnegan. .lnnicv L. Ifinnvyz Girls' Freshman Chorus: Mixed Chorus: Girls' Glen- 24, l: Business Eclut-:ltion Club. Linda L. Fluhrvr: Class Buurtl 2, Il, 4: Triple "S" 2, 3, -li Home Economics Career Club 1, 2, 3: National llonnr Society 3, -l: Ifrt-null Club 2: Lab Aide 3. Sn-voml Row: liarhurn li. lfomlrie: Class Board 2, 3. -ll Nzltionnl Honor Society Si, Treasurer 43 Trilile "S" 1, 2: Gold Key Art Award: tiermun Hand 2, Il, -l: Oruhosis 'lg Stzuze Cr:-w 1, 2: T Semester Honor Pin. Muim Y. Ifnrclz Triple "S" 1. 2, 3: Class Iiourrl 2, 3, 4: Riding Club 2, 3: Sturge Crew 3. Rirlmrtl l'. I-Wlrd: Key Club -l: 1llll'2lll1UT3l5 1, 2, Il, -li Band l: lfuotlmll 1 Nunvy C. lforvman: Business lticliwation Club. Fifth Row: Marion G. Gzmientlmlm-r: S-time Crew 1. 2: Student Librarian 1. John G. Garland: Rifle Club 1, 2: Intramural Basketball 2, lizxrhnrn llrnuvk. liulhryn I.. Gi-I-rtz: Concert Hand 1, 2, 14: lionct-rt Orchestra 2: 7 Semester Honor Vin: Talent Show 1, 2: Musical 2: Quill Si St-roll 4: Heights stuff 4: National Honor Society Il, Sevretury fl: Trunslierrell :ls a juninr from Maine Township H. S. West, Des Plaines, Ill. Sixth Row: XVillium D. G4-ist-r: Plays 1, 2, 3: National Tbespizin Society: Talent Show 2, 1: Fresluunn Buys' t'horus. Flulltlizt H4-rts: Class Board 1, 2,3, 4: Taill-nt Show -1: tlnralilml 3, Feature l-Illitor 1: Quill 8.1 Scroll 1, 'l'inio1hy J. tlilih-r: Tri-M 2, 3, Vilzi--president -1: Cliorliers Ii, -l: Reve- lziires 2: Senior tfboir 2, -1, Vice-llresirlenl Zi: lfreshmziu Boys' r'lmrus 1: Orchestra Il, bl: Honor Rand 1: llzlrmony and At'rut1p:im.: 1, 2. 3. Lynn Gillig. Seventh liow: Mary Gilmore: Ski Club il: Business Education Club 43 Pep Club 1: Riding Club Al. IM-hbiv Glumler. llonaltl tilust-r. Kirk Glaser. ISHS , Class of 1969 Ifirsl lion: Rob:-rt E. file-anon: lfoolbzill 1. Robvrl fi. Glvivh- inun: Gyinnustlcs 1, 2, 3. -1: "A" Club 3, 1. Sandra K, Ghul: 'I'1':insferrcll as si junior from Forest View H. Sl., Arliiu:tfm llvigms, Illinois. Nun:-y .I. Grzilmw: Class llmirfl 1. 2, !l1 Orczlie-sis 2, Secretziry Ii, -l: Art Club 1, 2: 'l':xlm-nt Show 2, 3. -1: Powder Puff Football: Pun Language Bunrnu-t o Sn-vond Row: .hidrvam Grzivzyk: Triple 1, 2: Lenders 3, l. l"uulf-Ito Grziuyk. Susan E. Grunt: Class Board 1, 23 Stage Crew 1: Triplo "S" 1: l.e:ifln-rs Zi. l. Susan ti. Grunhorn: Urchn-sis I: Class Hnnrrl 1. 2. Il, 1: lfronch Club l, 2, -l: T Svnwslvi- llonor Pin: Alixl-ll Chorus 2: Senior Choir 3: Tri-M bl. Ififlh Row: Drnnis L. lhu-ku-r: l-'rvshman Boys' Vhorus: Mixed Vhorus: Senior Choir Il. bl: Rifle Club 1. Gull A. llnvmlu-r: Cnrmliiuil 3, Business Mzuiziuvr lg Class Bourvl fl: Triple MS" l, 2: Ski Club 2. W4-iuly H. Huuo-nluwk: Ski Club l, 2: Rirlinl: Club 2, President ii, I. llivk A. lluhn: Conan-rt linnrl "A" Hlinfl l, 2, 3, 12 German Hunt! 2. 3. '12 Orulwsiril -li Mzirchim: Bnnrl 1, 2. 3, l: T S4-inrslrr llonm' Pin. Sixth Row: 'l'4-rry Ii. llninf-5: Gyinnuslir-s l, 2. 3. -1: 'Fallout Show 'l, 4. I'nlri4'i:m .L Hnlfll-num: l-'rl-'ncli Club 1: Triple l "S" 1. 13: Class Board Z: NFL Czilcnllur Girl 3: 1 Seinesu-r Honor Pin. Iloh Hnlxaxll. Ilouizlus lidmiril Ilununond: Con- vert lizinrl "A" 1, 2, 2. 4: lilzirchixig Bainvl 1, 2, Drum Major 3, l: Tull-ni Show 2, 3: '1'rnnsl'n-rrn-rl us :1 freshman from Wlicoling ll. S. Whcoling. Illinois. Sr-vi-nlli Row: Thomas S. llarclinxzz Golf 2: Chemislry Club 3: Rifle Club 2, Bruce- W. llurmon: Senior Choir 2. 3, 4: Hevelziires Il: Churnlie-rs iz Oni-retla 2, il. 4: Km-y Club -4: National Thespian Socil-ly 2, 3, 4: Tri-M -l: Class Board J, 2, 3, 1. Jay Harris. Paul! -I. Hamrthz Football 1. 2. 3: Curlllnnl l: Bemillji Ball 1. 2. 'ew rl 'I'llir4I Row: N'urrvn Gruy. 'l'om Urn-4-n. N'illiaun J. Groh. -Iam-I L. lirounii-kla-: Orchcsis -1: Class Hourcl 1, 2. 3, 1: Triple "S" 1, 2, 3: 4 Semester Honor Pin: Riding: r'lub 2: French Club 1, 2: Sociology Club 1: Pup Cluh -l. Ifourth Row: lluviil Nl. Grundlior-fer: Cross Country I: Track 1: Chess Club, Tirziiislk-rrell as a junior from St. Vialors H. S., Arlington Heights, Illinois. Gloria ll. lirunwald: PED Club 1, 2: German Club 1, 2: Triple "S" Il: Trzinsforred :is zi junior from Albert Leu H. S., Albert Lou. lillnncsota. 'l'lu-odorn' C. fiuvnllu-r: 'l'r:lnsi0l'refl :iS 21 sonliomorv from St. Viator H. S., Arlinl,:lon llc-iL:hts. Illinois. John ll. tiuilfoil: Swimming 1, 2: 'l'rnnsl'4-rrerl as fi junior frvun SL Visitor ll. S., Arlington He-iglits, Illinois. an 137 Seniors First Row: Susan F. Haut: Orchesis Al: Operetta. 3: Scnior Choir 3, rt: Class Board l, 2. 'I'om Hauer. Yirpzinla K. Hawley: Student Council 1, 2, 3, Corresponding Secretary 4: Cartlettes 2, 3: Harmonettes Il, -I: Heights 21, tl: National Tliespian Society 3, 4: Trl-M 2, 3, 4: Talent Show 2, Il, ft: Homecoming: Court 4. Sue lfl. Ili-itll. Sc-cond Row: Dianne S. lh-inlsoth: GRA 1, 2: Triple "S" 3, -I: Business Education Club, Vice-president 1: T Semester Honor Pin. Wills:-rt I.. lleinenmnn: Football l, 2, 3, 4: Track I, 2, 3: Wrestling 1: "A" Club Il, -t: Bemidji Ball 2, 3. fl. Regina M. Heiser: l.t-arlers 3, 4: French Club 1. 2: GRA 1, 2, 3. Dennis L. Hi-Instr:-el.: Transferred as a junior from Zion Benton H. S., Winthrop Harbor, Illinois. Sixth Row: Susan I.. llorf-elm: Triple l: GRA 4: Riding Club 4: Transferred as a junior from Northern Valley H. S., Clloster, New Jersey. Craig l'. Howard: Cnrtlinnl 3: Student Council -1: Class Board President 4: National Honor Society Ii. -4: National lforensic League l, 2, Secretary 3. 4: -I Semester Honor Pin: lit-hate 1. 2. 3: Individual Speech 3. -I. Mark L. Howard: 'l'ransl't-rre-d as a sophomore from Olathe Jr. High. Olathe, Kansas. Thomas It. Howe: Track 2. Seventh Row: Putriria A. Hruliy: Orehesis 2, 3, President -1: Class Board 1, 2. 3, 4: Student Council -tg T Semester Honor Pin: Harmonettes -1: Senior Choir 3: Ski Club l, 2. Secretary 3: Sociology Club 4. William S. Hughes: Track 1, 2: Rifle Club 1. lienncth D. llull: Gymnastics 1: Ski Club. Barry K. llunsieker. 138 N--.- vm 5 QI: v..,.., ks: I sv' E . V, ri A 'I'hir1l Row: 'Thomas E. Ilerbst: Xl'rt-stlilux 13 Orchestra 1, 2, 3, 1. ltieharcl L. Hetke: National Honor Society 2. 3, President -t: Individual Speech Events 2, 3, 4: National Forensic League 3, 1: Student-Faculty Committee 41: Baseball 1, 2, 3, -t: llehatc 1: 7 Semester Ilonor Pin. Rohert A. Hr-tzkt-z Wrestling 1: Diversified Occupations Il. Darius Hit-kliuir. Fourth Row: Roxanna -I. Iligtlon: Mixed Chorus 2: Freslunan Girls' Chorus 1: Girls' Glee 3, -1: Triple "S" 1. Bonnie A. llnrh: Girls' Glee: Triple "S": Transferred as ai junior from lfremrl li. S., Palatine, Illinois. Kimberly Ann llocligesz I-'reshman Girls' Chorus I: Girls' Glee 2: Senior Choir 3, I: Operetta 3: lbehate 3: T Semester Honor Pin. Robert Ill-anis Hoff: Freshman Indoor Track: Ill-midji Hall 2, ZS, 4: Intramural Basketball 2, 3, rl. Fifth Ron: Karl Henry Hofnieistt-r: Transferred as a junior from Norrlonia II. S., Northfield. Ohio. Mit-lizlel Ho1.:i.:ay. Joseph E. Hooker: Cross Country 3, l: Track 1, 2, 3, -I: Football 1: "A" Uluh 3, 4: Intrainural Basketball 2: -1 Semester Honor Pin. Bill Hnrliowy. Q.-v Third Run: Lynn A. -Iulnis41n: Clnss Board 1. 2. Il, 4: Orcflivsis I2 Operettu Ii: Tri-M 2, 3. -I: National Hunur Society ll, l: Seni-rr Vliuir Zi, I: 1 Semester Honnr Pin: Tiilvnt Snow vt. Pnnwla J. -luhnsnn: fflass Board 1, 2. 3, ri: Triple "S" l, 2, Zi. 4: Svnitvr Chulr 3, 4: Girls' Give 2. William: Johnsun: Ruflin 4'lulv 1: Ski Cluln 1, 2, Ii, bl. lin-nn:-th .L .lurin-ns:-n: Buslil-iluill 1, 2, 3, -1: Tennis 1, 2, 25. fl: T Stfnu-star Honor Pin. I-'rvurlh Row: Ilumzlns A. Judson: lmmlxfill 1, 2, 3, -l: Swimming 1. U. Il, fl: Tennis 1, Trnvk 2, 3: "A" Cluls Si, fi: Key Fluly l: -1 Semester Honnr Pin. Sivvvri J. Kzunins-.ki: Cross Cuilntry l. l'utrit'i1.l A. liulnp: Naiiionsil H0nlJ1' Socivty 2, 3, 1: Quill and Scroll 3. 1: 7 Semester Honor Pin: H1-ixzllts 2, 3, li Clnss Board 2, 3, 11, President 1. Tri-M 2. Ii. 4: Music lit-pzirtinent Accoinpzinivst 2, JS, -1: Tailenv. Shmv 2. 3, 1. Susan -Io linlnralh: Riding: tilulv Il, -1. lfifth lion: Le-ni M. linslvns: T Semester Hnnnr Pin: Triple 2. Miki- A. liutuvic-li: Plays 3. -1: Talent Slmw 23 Intru- murzils 3. 'I'I1ollms Il. Iii-Allin!!! l-lzisketbzill 1: 'l'1':ir1sftu'i'0tl :is :i fri-slnnnn from Mid-Cunnty ll. S., Lacon. Illinois, Rolwrt lirlly. Ns-5 -....... '3- M9 ,0- vm Class of 1969 First limi: Grn-gory J. lnsollu-ri:1-r: Diversified Ouclipaitinns 53, sl. -I. Niolnulns lsmu-s: Gynnustirs 1, 2, 3, 1: Mix:-d Chorus 2: Senior Choir 3, ll: Rn-vi-luires ZS, 1: "A" Clnlr 3, 4: Tulnnt Show Il, 4: Musicals 1, Ii, fl. Alan T. Isnarsnn: Stage Crt-w 4. .Inns-t Jnslulln. Sn-rmnl Row: Laurin M. .It-nkins: 'Frunsferri-ll :is ii junior from Sucrt-d Henri of Mary H. S.. Rolling: Nlezulnws. Illinois, J. Rohr-rt .li-ns:-n: Swimming 1: JETS 23. Wurrz-n l', Johns: 'IN-nnis 1: T Semester Hunnr Pin. linnny Lou .lolinsnnz t'l:iss Board 1. 2, 3, sl: Latin Fliih 1. 2, 35, Sec-rotary 4: Talent Show 4: Triple HS". -.., vu 'ivan Sixth Row: Susan I.. Kendall: Class Htuird 2, 3, 43 Triple "S" 1, 2, 3, 1: National Thesnian Society 3, 4: Stziilc Crew 1, 12: AFS Vuinrnittee 2, 3: Talent Slww 2, 3, 1: Opurellil 32 Music I, 2. 3. bl, Blivllzlvl L. Iii-pllnrt: Foutball 1: Tennis 1. 2. .Indy A. Kvssm-r: Diwrsifiod Occupations Il, l: Library Aidt' 1, Larry ll. Kim-I: Intrlimurzils 3, 1: 'fiacrk 3: Cflrllillnl fl. Si-va-nth lluw: .lark J. lilt-isner: Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4: Intra- murals 3, 4. Harold W. Iilingm-r .Ir.: Gymnastics 1. Ronald fl-D Kl,,,.pft-lc Hall Monitor: Key Cluh -1: Cross Country 1, Lisa M. linuuf: Stage Crew 3, sl: Riding Club 3: National Thes- pinn Society 3, 4: 4 Semester Honor Pin: Office Guide 3: GRA: Art Club, Drama Club: Transferred as a junior irmn Sanrofl Heart of Mary H. S., Rolling Meadows, Illinois. lfiil 1 f .fp . fi lqmvaii--, X . 1.5: . Q-7? if ff , M, . 1 M, K f , . 0 5: lfonrlh Row: llana li. Larkt-r: Cardettes 2, Zi. l: Girls' Glee 3: Senior Choir 4: Stugo Vrew 2: National Thespian Society 3, iz Talent Show fl. lil-nm-th L. Lake: lfooilmll manager , 1, 2, 3: Bemidji Ball 1. 2, IJ, 4: Baseball 1. Alla-n A. LaI.ontl: l-'oothilll 1, 2, fl, it lfVrestlin1: 2: "A" Ululv 3, fi. Anita C. Lnnirvroek: lfreslnnan Girls' Chorus 1: Office Guide 3. Ififth Ron: ,lnnn-s IG. Larson: Senior Choir 3, vi: Choraliers Il, -i: 'l'ri-Al Zi, 4: Mixed Chorus 2: Musical 2, 3, 1: Ski Club Il, il: Tennis 1, 23 Football 2. Larry R. Larson: Gyrnliustics 1, 2, Ii, 43 'l'r:arl: 1: Cross Vountry 1: "A" Club 3, Li: 'I':ilent Show 1. Stephen Eilwarcl Lalta: lfrcshmzin Boys' f'horus I: Senior Choir 2, 22, President -l: Clioraliers 2, il. lg 'I'ri-M Zi, it National Honor Society: Musical 2. Il: Rifle r'Iuli 1, 2, Christie L. Laurin: 7 Semester llonor Pin: Triple "NU: Luiin Club. 3 , .V V W glans' Fr-1. E - . i i L'f ' r J" 140 Seniors i-'irst Row: Mary 'l'. Knight: Triple "S" 1, 2, 3: Class Board 11: French Club 2: -1 Semester Honor Pin. Bryn- A. Knorr: Football 1, 2, 3, All-uri-:1 Ai: Soccer Club President l: Wrestling.: 1, 2: Hall Monitor l: Golf 1: Track 3: 7 Semester llonor Pin. Maryln-th Koa-hz Uheerleadim: Il, See- retury lg Clnss Board 2, Sl, Secretory 1, Treasurer -li Siu- deni f'ouni-il 2, -1: Talent Show 2, Il, -li Senior Choir 3. Secretary L: Operetta 3: 7 Sein--ster Honor Pin. Jauni-s VY. liolari: Bzisebull 1, 2, 3, rl: llasketball 1, 2, 3: Football 1: Cross Country 2: T Semester Honor Pin. S4-fond Row: Gary L. liorlv: Basketball 1. 2: Raselrzill 1: 'l'r:1nsierrml as :i junior from St, Viator H. S., Arl. Hts., Ill. Mark lirann-r. Laura Nl. Iinilsk: GRA 1. 2, Sl, -1: lfiusinrss Club 3: Ski Club 1, Donna L. liuharirh: Homecoming Queen -1: Cheerlezulini.: Ii: Orehesis -i: Color Iluurd 2: Class Board President Cl: Student Council 1, 2. Si, 'l'rr-:xsurer -1: -l Semester llonor Pin. Third Row: Alfrn-d Ii. Kuhl: Football in:in:ii:er 1, 2, Il, 1: Basketball nianager l, 2, 3, -l: "A" Club Il. 4. Jeanne IG. Kunkel: Coronets 2, 3. 1: Freshman Girls' Chorus 1: Mixed Chorus 2: Girls' Glee 3: Class Roard 1. 2, 3: Triple "S" 1, 2. Palriek M. Kurtz: Transferred as :i junior from Servite Seminary, llillsiile, Ill. John M. liusllwalra: lfootlmll 1, 2. 3, 1: Transferred as ri sophomore from West Phoenix H. S., Phoenix, Arizona. vm., 'R Sixth Row: Dann, L. Laurin: Triple "S" 12, Sl, l: Tutor 2, 3: T Semester Honor Pin: Latin contest awnrrl Il. Siri L. Laurin: Triple US" 2, Ii, I: GRA 2: 7 Semester llonor Pin. l'aiIu-rine M. Lauta-rhnrir. liruve S. Lee-kia-. Seventh Row: Eliznhetli A. Lehman: Triple "S" 4: National Honor Society 3, -l: l-'reneh Club 1, 2: Sociology Club 4: 7 Semester Honor Pin: 'Fransferretl as a junior from Conant H. S., Hoffman Estates, Ill. Trurly D. L1-nu-in: Triple "S" 1: Medical Careers Club 2. Charles IC. 1.4-vs-1-lcv: Concert Band 2, 3, 4: Orchestral 8. 4: German Band -i. Leslie D. Lewis: Home Economies Careers Club 2. 3, President 4: Ski Club 4: Orchesis -1: Triple 1: Talent Show -ig Music 1, 2, 3, Choruliers 41: Class Board 3: Stage Crew 1, 2, 3, 4. i Class of 1969 First Row: lirlwsl I". Liilm' Ill: Vlass Hoalwl 1: Plays 2: Cross Vfuiulry 2: Aurliu-Visual I, 2, 31 Rafliu Club 2. Ray L. Likvu: Track 1. Rick J. Limlirren: Transferred as a soniul' from Vzillierlral H. S.. Inrliauaprvlis, Indiana. Susan I.. Iiiwcla-kinI:: Orcbesis -1: Triple 4'8" 3, ZS, fl: Ski Club 2, Il: French 1'luh ZS: Office Guide 2, 24: Talent Show -1: Stage f're'.V 1, 2. Second Huw: Flu-ryl A. I,li5tvc'I:: Ski Club II, Presirlenl 4? Music Debarimeut 1. 2. 3. -ll Sm-iulugy Club 21, 1: TLLII-ut l Show 3, I: 'I'ripli- HS" li. 1: Class Huarll fi, li Homecoming v cfrwonzitirin l'runuuIIu-e I: Lusinuss liriixcalimi Club 4: Trans- fvrrvrl as A juniur from Mmunnuth livgiriual II. SI., New Shrervsburg, New .Im-raa-y. Lulu' ll. Lykkvn: liussian Club 1. llmum Al, Ms-hurl:-r: Ruling Flub Il: Stage Vrew I: Trans- ferreil as a juuiur frmu Saurerl Heart ul' Mary H. S.. l Rolling Meadows. Illinois. Miclun-l S. bln-fl:-Iluli: Travk I, 2: Swimming I: lfrvul-h Club 1. 2: Vlufss Club II: Riding r'lub 3, Ski Vlub II, -I, 'l'hir4l Huw: llurli-uv C. Sli-Fraliv. H:-th M4-lhmalcl. ,Iuhn D. Alvllmmlclz Fnotball 2, Il: Baseball 1. 22 Radio t'lub I: Hemiilji Hall 1, 2: Slluli-ul l'ru1nv1l 2: T Semester Irluuur Pin, Milllrvvn Sli-llunaltl. lv Skill liuw: livin- ll Mark: Ski Vlub Il. IZ Sucmlupy f'lub 1: '1'I'aIIsfv1'i'4-rl as :I junior lrnm l'rusIu-I-l H. S.. Mt. Pros- pect. Illinois 'l'n-rm Nlniniuro. Mary H. Nlnmlvle-Z Class Board 1: Ski Club 2: NFL Calendar Girl: Dislributivo Eilucaliuu .11 stage Crvw I: Girls' Gler 3 lfrzluk fl, Nl:xm:au: Football 3: Swimming I: Ski I'lub 1, 2, Sl, 4: Rifle Club I. Sxwn-nth llrm: Jaxlm-s F. Mnlms: lfoolbnll I3 Truss Cnunlry 2: Tennis 1, 2: Key Club 2, 3. Rifle Club 32 -I Semester Honur Pin. Linda Marg:-I. T4-rry Nfnrschman. Anita Marshall: Tala-nt Show 2. 3, 11 Plays 2, Zi, 'fa C., QA.. ...Q LJ lfuurth Row: John D. Xlvllfmnvll: "A" Club 1, 2. 3, 4: Ci-:Iss I"ouuIry I: 'l'i-ack ll 1-'muball I: Baseball 1: YVrestliug l. 2. 3, 1. i'N'iIv ll. fllvllnlllil-III Rilling Club 2: French Club 2: Art Club 2: 'l'ruvlv USU: '1'rausfurre:l as a sophomore frum Sac-rerl Hi-art ul' Mary ll. S.. Rolling Ixlezuluws, Illinois. I 1 0 l'atriI-k M. NIr'lmuI.:aII: tfnnuvrt Banrl Ii, fl: Pl-Ii Banc SI, bl: Ubess Club 1: lizulio Club 1. Mark XY. Mi-Gfywnn: Baseball 1: Rifle Club I. 12: Swimming 2, 3, -it "A" Club 25, -I. Fifth Run: William J. M1-liratliz Iumlivirlual Syn-I-vii l-Iveiits 2, II, I: National Fm-eusim' 1.1-agile 55, I: Cariliual I. Aliuluir I I llvlialyt Cross CoIIiilI'5' l, L.. II, NYI'I'sllinI.Z 1, 2, 3. 12 Senlnr Ulmir fl, I: Mixed Uhurus 2: Fri-slimaiii Boys' Ifbrurus I: 'I'rac-k I, Patty A. M1-Kan: Alixorl Chorus: Girls' Ulcc: 'l'ruIll- 1: Spanish Club: Ski Club: Pep Flub: T Sc-nu-siei' lluimr Piu. linllulvvii A. Mm-Yin-lwr: GILA 1, Ski Club: Nurses Aisle, Spanish Club, 1111 Q-.qv L.,- 'I'hir4l Row: Ilonny I. M1-zlrllalxl: l"oolb:Ill 1. 2. 3, -I: XVII-stliiil.: 2, 32 "A" Club 3, 4. I'vIPr li. Xlvlz: Gynluzxslics 1. 2. 3. -IZ "A," Club Ji, II: Track 1: Student Council 2, Mary .Inns- Mt-yvm: fioront-ts' Color Guard l: Class Board ii. -I: GRA 1. 2: Lulin Club 1, 22 Spzinisli Club fl, 11: Lcflflvrs fl, -I. Cynlliin A. Milli-r: Student Conn:-il 1, 2, 21, Ile-roi-fling: Soi-- rvtury 1: Orcliesis 2, 13, Vivo-pi'vsi1lent 4: NFL Calcndur Girl ll: Sonior Choir 3, -I: Tall-nt Show 2, 4: Class Honrd 1, 2, li: Art Club: Operettu. I-'ourth Row: Linda Il. Mill:-r: Art Club 1: Rusiru-ss Educa- tion Club 1: Christmas l-Bull Court I. Kohl-rl l'. Milli-r: Football 1: Basketball 1: Golf 1. 2. 3, -I: Ski Club, ,Ivan A. Millhousrr: Pan-Lainplimgo linnquet 1. 2: Slngo Crow 2, 3: GRA 1: Class Bonrll I: Sociology t'lub 4: T Semester Honor Pin. Pnlni-In ll. Min-ssl-: National Honor Society 3, 4: Tri-M 3, 4: Quill :intl Scroll -I: llviglitn 3. -I: T Semester Honor Ping Fx-en:-li Club 2, 3, President ki: Music Depart- ment. 1, 2, 3, 1: Class Board 1, 2, 3, 4. Fiflh How: Lvl- A. Mirs: Bust-ball l11anzx1,:0r 1. Raylnnlld A, Molilorz 7 Svnu-stoi' Honor Pin: Latin Club 3, President -1: Illinois Stnti- L:iLin Tournnnicnt Il. -I. IM-brn S, Moss: GRA 1, 2: Triplv "SN il, 4: llf-iirhta 1: T Sc-nu-stvr Pin. Mit-lmvl l'. Nlnrdovk: Swimming: Ski Club: Trnnsferreml as ai freshman from SI. Viator, Arlington Hts., lllinois. H2 Seniors First Rim: llolu-rt. li. Mnrsluull: Gynumstics 1. 2: Ski Club 1, 2: Band I, 2. David A. Mnrsznlc-Ia: Cross Country 1, 2 Ii, I: '1'raI:li 1, 2, 3. rl: B1-uiimlji Hall 1, 2: 1.1're'Stlilu4 1: UA" Club Zi, I. Str-vw-n E. Mui-uni: lizulio Club 2: Hmlio .Ti-L Prop llobby Club 3, I: ll Si-nwstor Honor Pin. Jo.-Klum Sluts:-Ixim-gg: 'l'ransi'0rrz-rl as :i soplminore from Woodsidv H. XVoodsiulv, California. 5.-4-om! now: liimhl-rly A, Munn: LPzirl4-rs 13 licginning In-llglle 2, Jallliw Nlzlxv. Dunn IC. Milyq-r: Ski Club l, 2, Il, ll Spzuuisli Club 2. 3: Sonior Ulioir 1, 2. 3, -I: Riding lilub I! ,hum-Q I'. blnylu-roy: Truck 1. 2: Key Club 33, t"orrespomlinpg Sv:-rutsuy 4: National Thvs1ui:in Society 2, 21. I: Plays 1. 2, Si, -I: Mr. Irresistible 1: l.:1lin I'lub, , .F , .L 4. Sixth Row: linthla-on A. Mnrpliy: I-'renvli Club '1'roasure-r 1: Newspnpi-r Staff 1: Ski Club Ii, 4: 'I'ransferred as a sopliomorv from Alton H. S., Alton. Illinois, M. Patririn Murphy: Indivinlunl Speech 1: Ski Club 3. I: Class Bonrvl -1: fl Semcstur Honor Pin: 'l'1':insfn-rroml as a junior from Sricrcrl Hvairl, liolling Nlozidows, Illinois. 'I'vrrPll A. M51-r: Senior Choir 12. 1: Mixed Chorus 2: lfrosliman Girls' Chorus 1: Gll.-1 2. ZZ, -I: Gymnaslirs Announcer 3: German Club Vieu- prvsimlent 4: Leaders 13, 1: Plays 4. Marcia. S. Myzsrs: Triple 1: French Club 2: Class Board 3. Nr-ve-nII1 R0w: Ililuhx, C, Neal: Drama 1, 2: Riding Club 4: GRA -li Business Iflslua-ation Club fl: Pep Club -L: Ski Club I: 'l'runsfe1'red as a junior from Gln-nbrook South H. S., Glenview, Illinois. lmvid ll N1-as: Ski Club: Swimming. Cnrol J, Nelson: Pell Club 3. 1: Triplo "S" 1: Mixml Chorus 2: Svnior Choir 15. Library Aide 4: Class lioarrl 1, 2, 3, 4. Iluwn L. N1-lson: Freshmen Girls' Chorus 1: Mixed Chorus 2: Senior Choir Il, ll: Class Board 1. 2, 3: Ski Club 1. 2, Vice-president 3: Art Club Treasurer 3, 1: 'l':1lenl Show 2, 41: Opcretta 3. Class of 1969 Ifirsl ROW: Rllnnld A. Nelson: lfootlnall I. 2, Zi, lj Iluskel- ball 1. 2, Il. -it Baseball 1: "A" Club 2, Il. ll: Rn-nnlI,n Ball 1, 2, 3, -1. Gayle Ni-ss: Fri-slnnan Girls' Vllorus I: Mixed Chorus 2: Girls' Glue 3: Senior Choir I: Offivv Guide 4: Business Education Club -i. Mark .l. Nu-umann: -I Semester Honor Pin! Football ll Baseball 1. Linsln J. Nil-Is:-nz Tutor 3, 1: Art tflub 1, 3: Sings- Frvw Il: Spanish Uluh 1, 2: Creative Writers -I: T Senwst-r llonor Pin, Librarian -1. Svvmul Row: John Nielno-yor: Office Guirlv 3: llzill Guiflt' 2, .Innis A. Nifditimznh-: GRA 2, 34: Leach-rs 4: Transferrerl as a fri-slnnan from .lam-ksonvllle. lflorulzx. Sandra .I. Nixh-: GRA JS. .lolln XY. Nunn-lllln'rLL: Tri-M 2. 3. Preslilenl 42 Nalionzil Honor Sorivly Il, I: 7 Semester Honor Pin: Operetla 2. 3. -I: Plays 3, I: Talent Slum' 2, 3. l: Revelaires 2, 3. 4: Senior Choir 2, Il, -l. .Xb Y' Sixth Row: RI4-hnrrl li. l'olInnd: Ki-y Club 2. Zi. 1: Cross Vountry 1, 2, 4: Track l, 2, Il. l: Senior Vhoir 3, -1: Wrestling 1. Lourdes l'n-rea: Student Council 4: National Honor S-'wil-ly -11 Al-'S exchange sturlenl from A1-eulliwx, Pl-ru, Olga B. l'm-ra-zz N. Y. C.: D. O.: National Tin-spian Society: Van Lainzuxme Committee. JoAnn Pi-rrin: lfrcncll Club 1: 'l'rnmIo 1, 2: Ski Club 2. 3: Class Board 1. Swv:-nth Row: Denim- L. l'4-lm-rss-n: Freshman Girls' Chorus: Mixed Chorus: Triplv "S" 1, 21 Oreln-sis Zi, fl: Class Board 1, 2: T Ss-meslur llonor Pin. Kathi:-4-n .l. Phillis: Class Board 1. 2. ii: Ski Club 1: Triple "S" 1: -I Semester Honor Pin, Glenn N. Pivrrv: Gymnastics 1, 11, 3, Band 1, 2. 3, -1: Orulieslra 2. 3, 4: Talent Show 2, 3, -4, Key Club 2, 3, '13 Tri-M 2. Il, -1: Oper:-lla 3: Plays 2, 3. Frederick Plessner: Wrestling 1: Baseball 1, 2, 3, Al. ..Wu..,,,. Seniors Ifirsl ltivw: Catlierinm- S. Plovtz: German Club 1. U, JS: GRA 1, 2, tl: 7 Semester Honor Pin. William J. I'rii-4-: Track 1, 2, 'i, -1, "A" Club 3, -12 Key Club 11.3, -IZ Cross Country 1, 2, 3: Latin Club 2, Ii, Vice-president 4: Hall Monitor 2, Sl, 4: fl Semester Honor Pin: Class Board 1. 2, Gary G. l'rot-haska: Wrestling 1. 2. 3, Co-Captain I: Vross Country 1. 2: Baseball IQ "A" Club 2, 3. Seen-tary-treasurer ig Key Club 3: 11 Semester Honor Pin: Plays 2, 3. Steve J. Provhstle: Football 1: Rifle Club 1. Set-nnd Row: ltivharnl .L I'rz1-Iiiealn: Inlramural Basketball 2, 8. 4: Cross Country 1: Gull' Zi. M4-Linda Put-In-tt. Don R. Ruhtz: Football 1, 2, Ii: I-Bemidji Hall 2. ZS: Sturlent Councilll Basketball l: 'l'rat-li 1: tl Semester Honor Pin: Transferrefl as a sopluoxnore from Serra ll. S., San Mateo. California. liastlai ltunsarxmp. 'l'hirr1 ltow: Melanie L. Rzlntlell: Pep Club 1, 2, ik: Pegasus Club 1. ZS, Secretary 2: Girls' Business Club 2, ii: Distributive liirlueation -I: 'l'ransl'errerl as a junior from Maine Twp. H. S. West, Iles Plaines, Illinois. Barbara Razxzaitis. Allison li. Ih-ed: Pan Language Banquet. Dana A. lh-ed: 'I'ranst'errefl as a junior from Marblelieatl H. S., Marblelieaml, Massaelnlsetts. 1 ui .,.. "'vf' Sixth Row: Douizlas A. ltohh: Gymnastics 1. 2, Linn V. Roberts: Freshman Girls' chorus: Lt-rulers li, l: Ski Club 2. Deborah A. Robinson: GRA 1, 2, 3: Future Tt-aeliers 2: Leaders 3, -1, Douglas A. Robson: Astronomy Lflub 2: Biology Club 1. Seventh Row: Eileen A. Iirnliizz GRA 1, 2, 3, 4: French Club 1: Leaders Zi, 1: Talent Show -1: Stage Crew 2, 3. kirhard Itoeiniz. Linda Joy Roizersz National Forensic League 2, 3, 43 Inrlivirlual Speeelx 2, 3, 41 Play 4. Jennifer J. Rollefson: Leaders 8, -1. 144 iff: HT-12" bv-. A ,2 - t ,f ., xt-1' e' Iflrurlll lillwl Lgntlam I". IKHWGNZ l4'rent'h Flllh 1, 22 Triille HS" 1, 2, Ski tiluli 3, el: Orvlu-sis ii Class Board 2, 3, 4, liruee Ii. lim-gione: Cross Country 1: Rifle Club 1. Linda J. Rn-id: Freshman Girls' Chorus: Girls' Glee 2, 3: French rflulm 1, 2: Triple "S" 2: Pan Language Banquet 1, 2. 3, -1: Ilonier-onlinr: Float. Committee el. Dr-Irhie 1-2. lif-iss. Fifth ltow: Brian E. R4-nz: National Honor Society 3, l: German Vlub President '11 National Forensic lreapzue 1, 2, 21, l: Key Club 1: Debate 2: Individual Speech I, 2. 3. -lg Stutlent Council 2: 7 Semester Iionor Pin: 'l'r:msferre4l as a sophomore from North Hill H. S., Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, Gln-nn D. Rest-like: Rifle Club Secretary-'I're:lsul'er 21 'T Semester Honor Pin. Linda L. K4-vi-lla-: Class Boar-tl 2, 3. 4: Triple "S" 1, 2: Frencli Club 1, Talent Show 2, Zi: Plays 2, Zi: Stage Crew 1, 2, Il: Home 1414- Club 1, 2: llomeeoming lfloat Chairman 3, 4. Frm-tl If. Ri:-nu-r: Intramural llaslret- hall: liemirlji Bali. ,.. tgiv 1- N 9 ' ee 127 ,, 'hat-K .te if? 3112? nt ii 4 I-'uurlh Huw: Da-un F. Srllllu-lzvr: l-'nlllvull 1. 2. Ii. -li Buslivl- hull 1, 11, Il. -I: Busl-hull 1, 2, Il, -l: Sluilunl Cuunl-il 33 Key lflulr fi, li "A" 1'lul1 IS. li Slmnisll 4'lulr l. 21 Hull Munir-lr ZZ, ,lun lf. Svluninll: l-'uuzlmll lg Husl-lmll ly Intru- mural llziski-thrill: H1-inulji Hall l, 11, Il, l lmvill ,L Svllm-plw: Cruss 4'ul1ntx'y 1: Tennis lg Intrziinurul Bnskvthzlll 2, 3. Mika- S4-hnlln-. I-'ifth Row: Wuynn- I.. Sm-lin-invr: 'Track 1. Jnim-s C. S1-hnlor: Svnior Cluiir Ii, iz llisti-il-t Music I-'uslivul 2, Ii, 1: Opcrotlzi Z, li, 1: Gynuuxslius 1: Tull-nt Slum' ll: Mixml Chorus 2: Suu-1-vr Vluh l. Imrlmrn .L Si-Iullihvis: Vluss lluurll 1, 2, 3: fimworl linnu l, 2, Il. 8. Ui-i-lwstiwi IS, l: Gorinnn Tiunml l, 2. 13, lg Ilruui Alzijur Il, lg 'l'ri1:lv "S" l. LZ. Ill National Hunm' Such-15 li, 'li 'l'1'i-Xl Il, 1lisluri:iu l. fralii: Il. Sl'ul'i1'lcl: lfrem-h Club 1, 2: ltifll- Club 1, 2. Sl. ,lg Lulu Aiilv Zi, fl, Ski Flulu l. .Xslrmulluy l'lulr 3. wa-fp fl' Class of l969 Firsl Row: Mary Dunn llossi: Hn-ights 2, 3, Editor -1, GRA 1. 2, 3. Prusinlenl -it Nailionul lfurcnsic licxuauo Il, 4, National Iii-nur Sm-ivly 2. IS, -I: Quill and Scrull Zi, -lg Lozul--rs 25, l: Vluss llrmrrl 1. 12, Zi: 7 Sviiwslvl' llunnr Vin, .lzlniA'4' F. linlln-rs: 'l'ripls- l. 2: Class limircl 2: Spanish rllulv 3. llnnii-I A. Ruff: Fumlmll: 'l'r:u'lig Intrzinulml Bzislu-llucll: Iulrzinuu-nl Hvniiilji Hull. llulph li, linllu-nh4-rg: Ulliss l'm:u'll l. 2. Zi. ll: Swinumnl: Tvunl 1. 2, 33 K1-5' Club 3. ly Rifle Sn-wnul Iimv: linlhin- .-1. Samson: Oruhestrzi I, 2, Sl, 41 Slagv Crow 'l, 23 faurllillnl Ii. l. l'nlll l'. Szxulvlli: XVr0sllin5Z 2, 3, .lunn G. Sum-1-da. linrin Nl, Havivh: T Semester Hmmm' Pint Gerinzln Clulv 2. Class Rozml LJ. ' Ms 'l'hird Row: Gnry A. Srlmfvrsnum: 'I's-nnis 1: Rifle Club. ll:-mln I.. Svliilnmvll 'l'r:1nsl'Qrre1l as :a suplifnximwl from Bli'Kinley H. S., l"ns:1flL-im, Culifnrnizx. Chris I.. Scllinilrfi Class Bmml 15: Rumi l, 2, Zi: 'l'i-iplv "S" 1, 2. Chnrlvs lt. Af S4-Iiluufnuuiz 'I'r:i4-lc 2, Ii: Cross Country 2, 3, ig German Q--1:51 liaml l, 2, il. l: IH-gi Bzinrl 1, 2, 3, -I: Sub-Slate Hand Ii, 115 Qu-or Vuralimxl 23: Hunan' Rumi 1: Slain- Music liunti-st I. gum- F ii' If a frfiiflif,-, 1. '5 7 i ' i121 ii ii is-fv' Six h Kim: lin-n W. Sv-In-sln: Urrlivstra l, 2, il, Ll: lil-halo 1: 'till' Music' Kfuntest. Flu-ryl li. Sn-frivll: '1'i'i1Ilm- "S" 'l, 21 Uluss Huurll ll. Rubin S1-ilu-r: ffhurnlim-rs Ji, fl: 'l'riAM 2, El, -li Svuiur Cluur 3, Svurvl:i1'y ll Opereltzi 2, Ji. -I, 'Full-nt Show Il. i1 Girls' Hll-Q 2, 14'i'oslun:m Girls' Ulumrus. .luhu Nl, S1-llrraulz lfmlthzill l, 2, 'l'ruL-lx 21 Inlrzllnurul Basin-llmll 3, Ile1n1flJi Hall 4. Se-vvntli Row: Maclvlyn K. Sn-lgraalz Girls' Glee 3, 4. Dani:-I W. Selle-ck: Football 1, 2, All-Conference 3. 4: VVrestling 1. 2. All-Cunferenue 3, 4: Track 1, 2: Class Board 'Treasurer 23: "A" Club 2, 3, 45 Spanish Club 1, 2, Hall Monitor 3, -1. Stvvn-li I', Si-stvrlu-nn: Track 1: Banu 1: Aeronautics Club 3: German Club 3, Bemidji Ball 2. Urn-g 'l'. Shai'l'vr: Baseball l: Nnliunul Honor Society 2. 3. 41 Key Cllllf 2. 3. Pl'9Sill0UY lg T Semester Hunur Ping Class Buurnl 2: Rifle Club 1, 2. Secretary 3. lfli Seniors lfirsl Row: Mary li. Pilmfhfr: Ari fllub 11 Ski Club 11 Svlivilaslir- Arl lfair li Ollive Guiilv JS. fl. 'I'ilu Sllzmnuut lflrllllizlll l, 2, Sl, l Raisin-tlinll 1. 12, Il, IQ 'lirzivk 1, 2, Ii, -11 l'1lr1Iiu:ll-li 'HY' f'luli IL, ll Srl4'l'm'l'1'lllli-lj Ski Flulr Ii, I. IK:-My :L Slnllivrki Gvrluilll Fluli l. 2, Il, I2 'l'ri1hIv "S" 1, 2, 31 Vlziss Iluaril I, il: Library Aiilv 23 l"rv:-:liluan Girls Lliurlls. Ilvnry J, NIH-r: Vlass lluarcl l, 21 ltasm-ball 1 llllm Klulil l llill Xlululul 1 lulul l Si-vom! lhnv: Smit ll. Sinmn: l-'imlliall 1, 2. ll, ly Math lflub 1: llialngy Vlub 11 llifle Vluh Ii: Bviniflji Ball Sl. 1: , 'l'rausl'0rl'v4l as u sivplinlxinwe from Lam- 'l'4-chnirzil lfl. S.. X LTliic':i1,:b, Illlluris. Slum L. Sinlllsnnt Gulfl Kvy Ari Award: Art Club 1 1 Spanish Uluh 2: Library Airlu 1, 2 1':nmm-In J. Sims: Music 1. 2. 3, 1: 111 usicnls 3, -1: Plays 12: Dm-bale 1 1 L. Marian I.. Slnvntvk: Pan Languaixc- Banquet L: f':ur1lin:uI 25. -1: Quill and Sc-mil: T Svmesicr llunur Pin: Oi'i'irs- Guide Si, -1. l-'iflll Row: Mark Slwars. Ilnnnlil Y. Slim-eisvi VVrL'slIing 2, 31 'l'i'aiisl'vi-wil as a froslnnan frum Holy Name H. S., R4-ailriuz. Pennsylvania. Louis A. Sl1lillnr1'1': Truss Uuunlry I: Basket- ball 1: Base-lall 1. 2: Intrainurals 1. 2, 31 Key Club 3, il: Ski Club Ii, 1. Svuil ll. Sri-llniuki: Iiiversifin-rl Ol-1-llluilimis 3, -I. Sixth Row: 'l'lmnms A. Summit: Si-iiiiu' Choir Sl. 'li Fresh- man Buys' Vliurilsz Alixi-il 4'Iim-us 2, Flu-ss Club 1.2: Cfiiviliillvi' Club 1, l'1'4-siilvxii LZ: Niall- Alusim- Vulilvst Z, IG, -l. llamly ti. Stahl: Intramurals 1, David Il. Nici:-lv: llaskui- ball l. 2. 3. 1i '1'rzic'k 1, 2, Ii. -I: Cluiralivrs 2. il. fl: "A" Club 2. 25. II Tlllrlil Show 2, Ii, 'li Olrervllu 1. Luurvl A. Sh-Plv: lfruslilnzxn Girls Chorusi Mixed lflmrus: K'ul'slilml -II 'Friplv "S" 1. 2, Il. 1: l Suiiivsllii' Hunur Pin: Frm-m'l1 tflub l " l' Tulur " i' 1'l'ivs l S:-vm-nth Row: Tom Sh-fanik. Susan 0. Sh-genus-yer: Fresh- man Girls' Chorus: Triple "S" 1, 2: Spanish Club 2, 3: Aviation Club 3. Bruvv E. Sh-in: Fc,-utball 1: Wrestling 1, 2: Freshman Buys' Chorus: Mixml Cluvrus il: Senior Choir 3. Cin-ryl I. Stn-in: Frcslinian Girls' Kilim-us: Girls' Glue ZZ: Class Board Il, 1: Debate 2, Triplv "S" il, 4: T Sonwster Honor 1'in. l -'I-0 4. vm Third Raw: Crm-gory C. Hnxilli: Wrestling: 1. 2, 3. 1: Key Club LZ. 3, fig 7 S--inusts-1' Hunur Pin: Soccl-r Club 1: Baseball 1: Footlmll 1, 12: lntraniural Basketball 2. -lm-ff S. Smith: Football 1: Baseball 1, 2, Il, I. Julia A. Smith: NFL Calvnllzir Girl: 'Frinlv 1: Vlass Board 1. 2: Ski lfluh 1, G4-uri.:iann4- 0. Snuuln: l':ir4linaI il. -11 Spanish iflub 2. Fnurih Row: Yivlor S. Soil:-rslrnln: Track 1, 2. 3, Basket- ball 1: Ski Club 13. 1: '1'1'ansfvrru1l as a frm-slunan fruln 11'llcvling H. S., X1'liL-1-lilul. Illinois. Micluu-I J. Sollrunur 1 Sl-xnostf-r Honor Pin, Num-5' L. Surf-nsi-n: Future Teachers 1: Offu-u Guido 1. 21 Vlass Bnarcl 11. -it Cardinal Zi. Ma-Ionian S. Snunlnu-il: Hiding: Club 3, fi: Triple "S" 1, 23 Music 1, 2. 3. vi. .x 43.1 'I'hird Row: Patricia IC. Strollu-r: Oruhesis 2, 3. St-nior liowvsoiitzitivt- t: Tait-ni Slum' 2, 3. t: Class Board 3. -t: I ' 011011-ttrl 2: Pop Club bt. Dullizlas i'. Sillvlwr: Football l. 2, 3, .l: Wrestling 1' Bt-mitlji Ball 2, Zi. -t. Koh:-rt .l. Nurliom- ski: llivt-rsil'it-tl Ocrupatioiis ii, -1. Tlionias L. Swanson: Cross Country 1, 2. 3, t'a1:tain tl: 'l'rac-lt 1, if. 2, -I: "A" Club 2, Ii. -I. l-'ourth Row: ltolwrt ti. Swim: lfootliall 2, 3, -t: Track 1, Hemiilji Ball 1. 2, 19: Key Club -tt t Swim-stt-r Honor Pin. Cynthia E. 'l'ttt'uv: 'l'i'iplt- "SH: GRA. Iivlln-vit-vv S. 'l'4'4l1Iy: Freshman Girls' Cliorus: Business l-Jil. Club Secretary. Kon- noth L. 'l't-rry: Basltt-tlmll 1: Traclt l: Tm-nnis 2: Aeronautics lflllh 3: Sorccr t'lub tl. Class of 1969 I-'irst Row: Shirla-y Sh-in. Laurvl IC. Stvinvr: Frr-shman Girls Viiorus: Farclinal 3. William IG. Sh-lliiurf Basketball 1, 2, 3: 'l't-nnis 1, 2, 3, Captain -1: "A" Club 2, 3, 4: National Honor Society 2, 3, -tl K1-y Club 4: Tri-M l: Russian Cluli 1, 2, 3: Reveluires 2. 3. I'aul A. Str-vi-ns: Tennis 1, 2, Ii, Captain 1: Football 1, 2. 3: Wrestling 2: lslemidji Bull 2, 21,111 "A" Ciuh 3, l. Si-cond Row: Gaylv Stivr. Waltvr E. Strait: 'l't-nnis 1: Intra- mural Basketball: llall Monitor. Stvvvn F, Stratton: Base- ball 1. 12, 3, it: Football 12, 3. 4: Baskotlutll ZZ: Bemidji liall 2, -0: "A" Club 3, ft: Student Count-il: 'l'rnnsferrerl from Mirauronte ll. S.. Orintla, California. Kathlr-on RI. Ntrolu-n: Library Aiile 1, 2, Il: Triple 1, 2: Spanish tflub 2, 3. L...-ar ks., Fifth Row: Jann-s NI. Thai: Cross Country 1: Riflv Club 1: Bantl I: Bvmiclji Ball 2, 3. -t: Staple Crew: T St-mestvr Honor Pin: Morning Announct-r -i. Donald M. The-laluli-r: Bemidji Hall 3. st. Roger ll. 'l'hivI4-n: 'l'ransl'errerl as a sopho- more from St. Viators H, S., Arlin1,:ton Heights, Illinois. Douarlas .L 'l'liivnmn: Wrestling: 2, 3: Football 1: Rioloily Club Prrsitlent 1, 2: Soccer Club Prt-siilont. 4: Ski Club 2, 3, 4: Riflt- Club 2, 3: Tennis 12. Sixth Row: I'anu-In S. 'l'hompsou: 'I'i-iplv "S": GRA: Fresh- man Girls' c'liorus. liurt ll. 'l'holuson: Swimming.: 1, 2, Cap- tain 3. 4: "A" Club 2, 3, 4: Spanish Club 2: Hall Monitor -t. Judith A. 'l'hyhony: Freslmian Girls' Chorus: Mixed Chorus 2: Girls' Gln-o Il: Senior Choir -I: lf'ruruAli Club 1, 2: Triple "S" lg tflass lioarcl 2. -Ivan A. Timm: St-nior Choir 1: Bantl 1, 2, IZ: Choir 1: Student Count-il l, 3: Drama 2: Orulivstra 1, Sl: 'I'ranst'm-rrefl as a .iunior from Ne-wtonbroolt St-m'1fi1cI:ii'yH, S., Willowmlule, Ontario, Caiuula. Svvvntli Row: Rirliartl D. 'l'imlall: Student Council Prosirlont -lt Ktiy l'lub 2. 3. Vice-president 1: Individual Specrli 2, 3: 'l'n-nnis 1, 2, 3: Class l-Zourcl 2, ZS: Ht-if.:lits 3: Homecoming Court Vt: Stufle-nt Forum -l. l':unI ll. Tollefson: Football 1, 2, 3. Co-vzilitain 4. All-Cuxift-wiitztf 2, 3, 4, All-State il: Track 1, 2, 3, bl: Hall Monitor 3, 1: "A" Club 2. 3, -l. Paul E. 'l'onu-i: Slti Club 3, 4: Sociology Club 4: Student Counvil 1. 2: Swimming.: 1, 2: Hall Monitor 4: Transferred as :L junior from St. Viators H. S., Arlington Heights, Illinois. .Ii-ann-tto Ann 'l'ravrr: Futuro Tn-at-lu-rs 2, 3, -t: Sociology Club 4: lfrrnch Club 3: Girls' Glee 3: Office Guide 47 Pan Language Banquet 3: T1'aiist't-i'i'otl as a junior from Cliillicothtr H, Chillicothe, Ohio. H7 Seniors First Kiln: Jlnlith L. Tralvis: 'Yriplu "S" 1. Donna J. 'l'llumi: National Hunnr Society Ii, i: Triplr "S" 2, 3, 1: Nurses Aide 2, 3: Mrflical 4::xrm-rs Uluh 2: Tutor 1, -1: Pan Lain:uaL:n- Banquet 2: -i Fomi-stvr Hnnnr Pin. .lanu-s l'lrivh: lfrmihall 1, 2, Ii, AII-C'4mi'n'l'4'ii1:u, All-Arra, All-f-ltziti' -1. Sr-hular Athlete 3, 1: National Hrmul' Such-ty 2. 3, li Slu- mlvnt Connell Pzirliameutarizxn It "A" Cluli 3, -i: lim' Flllh -1: Track 2, 3, -1: T Seincster llnnur Pin: Swinnninpg 3. .lvannv M. l'rii-k: Orchesls 3, I: Spanish Club Vit-P-rm-siitt-nt 4: Triplo l, 2, 3: 7 St-nwst--r llonor Pin. S1-1-mul Row: Paula L. Ynnlh-lln-n: Class iirvarcl 1, 2. 3: l4'1'vnc'li Club 2, 3: Future Teurrliers 1, 2, Donald C. Yogvl: tflass Board 1, Y, 3, it Key Club 2: Senliu' iflluil' 3. Vice-president i: Ops-rt-ttzi 2, 3, -i: Hall Mnmitwr ft: 1-'rush' :nan Boys' Clmrus: Mixi-il Chorus 2, Yah-riv IL Yuiw: Cardi- nal 3, Managing linlitrn: tl: AFS Connnlttcc i. 2, Il. -i: French Club 1, 2, 3: Class linarrl 1, 2, Il, I: Quill and Sc-roll 4: Triple- "S" 1, 2, 15: Nzltlnnal Thespinn Su4'it't5' 1, 2. 3, fl: Talvnt Show 1. liaihryn J. Waara: Gln-erlr-:uliin.: 1, 2, 3, -1: Class Board 1, 2, Il, 11 Student Cuunm-il l. 1: lloipzhis 3, -l: Natiunnl Honor Snuioty 2, 3, 4: Tripli- "S" I. 2, 3: I-'rcncch Lfluh 1, Z: 7 Svlnvsivr Ilwnnr Pin. Third limv: In-horah Lynn Wadsworth: Ulass Board 2, 3, 4: Nurses .Xiclo 1, 2: GAA 1, 2: 'l'ransiorri-ri as 11 junior frmn Mainu Twp. H, S. West, Dt-s Plainr-s. Illinois. Carolyn rl. Waffln-: Tripli- 1, 2. Armar L. Walkvr: Transferre-il as a sniilnnnnrv irnnn St. Viator H. S., Arlingtvn Heights, Illi- n Us. H'iIli:un Stott Ullllu-i': lf'41ntlialI 1: Basketball 1, 2: Gulf 1. 2. Sixth lluw: Bn-My -I. lYIlil4': '1'ri-Al 3, 'l'l't-Jisiliw-x' -1: Urrlir-sim 1, 2, Si, -lf Opvrvttai I. 2, Sl. -1: Class Hnaril IG: French Vinh l, 2. Tlmmas li. Hhitv: Cross Vnuntry 1, 23 Basket' ball l, Z, 3, -i: Tiark 1, 2, Z5. -l: Flu!! i. llavv Wie-in-il: 'l'ravl: 1. 2: Small A. Winn-n. Sf-vm-nth Row: llirharml fi. Wilhins: Kc-y Club: National Hunnr Sncic-ty: T St-am-stu-1' Hnnor Pin: lfnntliall: Wrestling: Natinnzil Forensic Lezigur: Tutor. Donald J. Willa-: Track 1: Cross Country 2. Lynn S. Wilkt-: Class lluaiwl 2, 3, 1: Buslnt-ss Ed. Club -l: Suuinlogy Club l: Trlplv 1, 2: l-'roslunnln Girls' Chorus. Mit-hal-l Hilliuins. l-18 M.-'K YH' ev is NJ fl a 'C' lfourilu Kuw: firmrnry A. Wallin-r: Gymnastics 2: iiifle Club 2: 'l'ransferre4l as a suplinxnun- from St. Viator H. S., Arlinxl- inn l-it-igllts, Illinuis. Tlmnms E. Walsh: Football 1: Swimming 1, 2, 3: Ski Club 3, fi. lhunm J. Walter: Class Board 3, i, Vicc-prosiflent I: Triplv "H" 3, Secretary -iz Sucicwloigy filulv Trvasurer 4: Uruha-sis -ig Pt-p Club 2: Dann- tilulw Lf: Tzili-nt Show -i: '1'i'ansi'rri'wl as a junior from .Justin 19. Kiniliall H. S,, Dallas, 'IH-xas. Janws A. Watt: Crass Cunn- try 1: Class Board Ii: Intramurals 3, 4: Key Club I: Si.uiolJ- Hb' tjluh -i. Fifth Row: William A. Watt: Intramurals 3: Class Board II, 4: Sncinlugy Vinh -i. Susan L. Wi-lu-r: GRA 1: Spanish Club 2, 'iz Class Bnarfl 4: Triple US" 2, 3, Mirhavl M. ti Val. KVM-Ll: Inlrzunuralls 1, 2, 3, -I: 7 Senicstvr Honor Pin. Stn-vt-n H. W4-llhausvnz Rifle Club i. 2, Ll. -1: Football 2: 'l'runsfui'rt-d as :l irushinan frmn Lam- 'IH-t-hniral H. S., Chi- rags, Illinnis. f-. l'hirsl Row: Blnrey Yount. Rim-lulrll -I. Zan-hurlzwz lfoolbull 1, 2, IJ: llemnlji Bull 1. liim A. Zzpiicl-lc: l'lynni:lstil:5 13 1 Sl-nicsler Honor Pin. John R. linker, lfourlh Row: Susan H. Zinmn-r: Triple 1, 2: Stage Crew 1. Alun- lonsius: Vlnss Bonrml 2, Il, -ii Tri-M Sel'i'lfl:1ry 4: 'Fzllenl Show ll, -I: Opel-elm: Hllnte Music Contest: Revs-- lairlfs 2, Ilg llurnionetlvs Il, 42 T Svriil-Stl-1' llonor l'iu. All-vnmler l'. Zyznk. Alargnrel A. .-hlauns: Vlnss liozlrll 2, 3. li lillling1'lub2: 'l'ribIv: "S" 33 'I':llent Show el. lfifth How: 'I'od1l R, lil-lin-ns: Swinnning 1, 2. 22, lg Fool- boll 1. 2. 3, I: Ilixerslflwl Om-llpzltioiis. .lill li:-rnlmrdy: Slurlenl l'ounl'il l. 21 Chorus l, Z1 'l'r:lnsl'l-rrull :ls :l junior from lieznvor Arn-:l ll, S, lleuver, 1'4'nnsylx':lni:L. Snndru L. llrmiluerz Rnlmg 1'lub 2, Il, l. Ib-horuh l'I. Brown: School Nvwspupel' Stull' 22 Girls' l'fnselnl'lIl- lfliolrg llram:lli1'9 Club: Gerlrlun Vlub: llell 1'ross1 1'hol':lliers A1'c'oinp:lxiieSl I: Trzmse lvrrell .ls u senior from ldllinn H. S., lflllinal, Alilinvsotn. Class of 1969 I-'irsl Ron: P4-p:i:y A. Williamson: Triple "S" 1, 2: Ski Club 2: Stage Crew 1. Donnn Jn-umm Winters: Chorus 1, 2: French Club 1, 2: GRA 1. Rhonda C. Wood: Band 1. 2. 3, ll: Orchestra 2. 3, 1: Nlurching Band 1, 2, Il, 4: Stullvnt Council lg Class Board 1. lYurrt-n Dow !Yo1ulurlI: Football l, 2, Ii, bl: linsehnll 1, 2, Il, -lg Bemidji Bull l. Z, Cl, 4. Su-vom! Row: Nancy A. Woes: Triple "S" 1, 2: Business llllluuulion Club 4. Trudy I.. Woss: Business l-jlllwutirin Club Presill--nt -1: School Stol'?2 HRA 1, 2, 3, 'li Home lflc Club 2: Killing Club 2: Ll-urlers Il, 43 Triple "S" 3. Pvggy J. W'un4l4'rln-. lh-horah J. Yates: HRA 1, 2, 3. -l: Band 1, 2, Il, 4: German Band 2, 3, i: Ski Cluh 1, 2. Il, -II National Honor Society fl, -l: Tri-M -3. Sixth ltow: Xlnrialuu- Cnnu-ron: Tralnsferrvll as at junior from Wheeling H. S., Wheeling, Illinois. Gary ll. Furl. Suzanne furlvr: Class Board 2, 3, 4: Triple "S" 2, 3, -lg Sociology Club Secretnry 43 lfrvnch Club 2, R, 43 Chorus 1, 2, 4, 'I'reasurer il: 7 Semester Honor Pin: Stflge- Crew 2, -lg Trans- lerrell :ls u fresllnmn from Roosevelt li. S., Springfielll, Ohio. lhxrh fox. S4-vi-nlll Row: ltiehurd Clnrbour: Gymnastics 1, 2, Fonuls- M. 1'rn-mn-r: Class Board il, 4: Pep Club Il, President el: Triple "S" 2, 3: Sociology Club -1: Spanish Club -lg Talent Show -lg Stall-Ze Crew 2: 'l'rz1ns1'crre4l as al sophomore from North Cen' trnl H. S., lnziinnzipolis, Inllianu. Bluriauim- l'ronaun-r. Pultl- uuu l'u5hini:: Urcliestra l, 2, 33 Senior Choir -1: Class Board l, 2, Ii, -11 Triple "S" 1, 2, 3: Frunvh Club 33 011811-'Mil 1. 12, Il, -11 'Fflleut Snow fi, IQ Tri-M 3, 4. 149 lfonrih limr: Sandra -1. K1-nnvdy: Business Education Club: Sociology Club: Spanish Club: Powder Puff Football Gainc. Lynn A. liirvlloff: Class Board l, 2, Zi, 4: Triple "S" 1. 2, Vice-president Ii, 4: 'l'ri-M 2, 3, 4: National Honor Society Cl, 4: AFS Committee 3: Talent Show 3, 4: Operettn 3: Music 1, 2, 3, fl. Cindy C. liloepfm-l: NFL Calendar Girl: Gymnastics Announcer 3: Triple "S" 1, 2: Stage Crew 1: Talent Slum' 2: Office Guide- 1, 2: Library Aide 2'. Susan E. Koch: Orrhesis: Triple "SH: Dramatics: French Club: Class Board: 7 Semester Honor Pin: Honivcoininp: Coronation t'ommitto0. lfifth Row: Marty Kurt: Coroncts 2, Ii, 4: Stage Crew 1: Class Board 1: Ski Club 1: 4 Seniester Honor l'in, Janis BI. Li-ird: Clieei'leatlim: 3: .lr, Connnencenu-nt Leader 3: Class Board Secretary-treasurer 3: Operetta 2: Triple "S" 4: Pen Club -l: Ski Club -I: 'l'ransi'i-rred as a junior from Free' port H. Frc-epoi't. Illinois. Patricia A. Lind: Coronets 2. Il, 4: Scholastic Art Award Gold Key 2. Pain Lindsay. 150 Seniors First Row: Gary Drake. Kari Dunn. Vivian Al. l"a.iiz: Ski 4: Talent Show 2: Coronets 3, Captain 4. Deborah D. Fergu- son: Triple "S" 1, 2, Il, Recording Secretary 4: Class Board 2, 3, 4: National Thespian Society 3, 4: Heights 4: 1 S1-inestcr Honor Pin: National llonor Society 4. S1-cond Row: Pamela J. G1-Mintz: Class Board 1, 2, 3, 4: Talent Show 3: Cardinal 3. -i: Scholastic Art Award 2: Quill and Scroll. Hn-nry H4-nry. Sandra K. Hilton: Student Council 1, 4: Harmonettes il, 4: Class Board 1, 2, 3. 4: National Honor Society Il. Vice-president 4: Talent, Show 3, 4: Orchesis 4: Tri-M 2, Il, 4: Sociology Cluh President 4. IN-horall L. llohan: Triple "S" 1, 2: Class Board 1, 2: Art Club 2: Two Merit Art Awards: 7 Semester lionor Pin: Work Pro- urani 4. Third Row: liini M. llofstad: Senior Choir 4: Choral Groups 1, 2, 25, 4: Pep Club 2, 3, 4: Journalism Club 2: School Paper Reporter 2, 35: Individual Speech lflvents 2, 3: Trans- ferred as a senior from Fergus Falls H. S., l-'i-rgus Falls, Minnesota, l'e-in-loiw ti. Huber: 'l'i'ansfcrr0d as a sophomore from Addison Trail ll. S., Addison, Illinois. Susan M. John- son: Cheerleading 2, 3, 4: Class Board 1, Secretary 2, 3, 4: Student Council 2, 3, 4: National Honor Society 2, 3, 4: farilinalg Homecoming: Court 4. NFL Calendar Girl: 7 Semes- ter Honor Pin. Ronald .l. -lones: Gymnastirs 1. 2, 3, 4: "A" Club 3, 4: Blue Ribbon in Industrial Art Exhibit, Sixth Row: Clan- I.on'4-Il. June ll. Luras: Uoroneis 1, 2, Color Guard Ii, Sergeauit 4: Scholastic' Art Award 1, 2: Cardinal Il, News Editor 4: Quill and Scroll 11: T Semester Honor Pin. Gordon Luster. Thunias E. 3IrAi'o-P: Cru:-is Country 1. Seventh Row: Judy A. Blcfmlrvniclac Farnlinul: Ski Club 2, 3: Spanish Club 2: Class Board 2, 3: Riding: Club 3: Pep Club 3. l'atrir'k E. McCoy: XVr0stling 1, 2, 3, 4: Football 1, 2: "A" Club 3, 4: Basketball 1. liarvn I.. Nlrlh'-ynolcls: Har- monetles 4: 'Talent Show 2, 4: Uni-retia Il, 4: Class Board 1, 2, 3, 4: llilizaln-Ili Mailman: Student Council 4: Class Board 1, 2, 3, 4: German Club 1, 2, 3, 4: Triple "S" 1. 2, 3, -l: GRA 1, 2, 3: -l St-mesh-r Honor Pin: Ski Club 3, 4: Sociology L'lub. Class of 1969 First Row: Xlziry Ellvn Nlnrinivr: GRA l, 2: Transferred :ls ai juninr from St. Schnlustit-at Avmlt-niy, Chicago, Ill. Kart-n l.. Murkslrtnn: Hurmnnettvs 1: Class Board 1, 2, 3, -1: Ht-izhte. 2, il, -l: National llfinnr Society -1: Tri-M 3, -l: T St-ink-ster Hi-nur Pin: French Club 1, 15, 3: Tulunt Show 13, -1. Shnron Ann Alnrtin: Orchcsis 2, Il, Svui'9tn1'y 1: Talent Shuw 2, 4: l4'rvnc'h tiluh 1, 2: Vlnss Bunrcl 3. 4: Ski Club JS. .li-nn l-I. Milburn: Nzxtinnnl llnnnr S:-rietx 3, -I: 'l'ri-Ill 2, il, tl: Pnrrnu-is IL, 4: T Sn-niestvr llunur l'in: Ili-igllts 3, 4: Girle' film-1 21 Sn-nun' l'lnnr Il: Frvsllinzin Girls' Cliurus. So-1-ond llmv: Pnlrirlu J. Slim: Unrlixwts IZ. Color Guard 4: GRA 1. Mn-llntln A. Mo-as: Offiri- Guide 2. Pnni Null:-y: Library Anile Il, -1: K'lmruf: 1: Pruni tleutwzuimx cuxninittee 2: Ski t'luln 2: 'I'r:inst'err4-fl ns n juni-ir frtnn lfllizuheth St-ton H. S.. W--Ilesly, Mnss, Fharlt-s W, Xoltinu: Wrestling 1. 'l'llirtl lhuv: Nlurullrrl A. 0'l!ri1'n. Arlvlu- :L I':xlm4'r: Frvsli- inun Girls' Chorus: Mixed Chorus 2: Girls' Glue 3. ldlizn- bn-lh S. P1-t-lc: Stutlvnt Council 1, 2. Il. AFS t'hnirtnnn -lt 'l'ri-M 2. J, 1: Hzirmnnettes Zi, -1: Orrhusis -I: Nzttionul Tha-spiun Sucivty 3. l: Uperettzi 2. 3, 1: Talent Show 3, ll: Stutln-nt Forum Svux'f-tn1'y 1. .lt-l'i'r1'y S. l'n-I4-l'snn. Sixth Row: Ill-If-nv Thnnms. Punu-In I.. Tnwnsmnl: Class iiuzirtl 1, Z, Vice-1u'6sitll'nt 4: Pep Club Zi, -1: Orvlwsis bl: Stage f'i-ew Il. Vit-ki .l. 'l'ruax: t':1rdettt-s 3, Captain -l: Student Vnuncil 1: Talent Show -l: Freshxnnn Girls' Chorus Secretary 1: Klixt-fi Chorus 2: Office Guide ll: Hunmuoxniin: Uni-nmitimi Cnininittee 3: Ski Club -1. .Inns-t Whitt-. S1-vt-ntl: Huw: Curtis J. Wilson: Cnrnlinnl 2, Etlitorial lltlitnr 4: Plays 1. 2, 3. 1: Indlvulnul Sym-rli Events 1, 12, fl, 11: Nntiunzxl Tlwspiun Society 1, 2, ll, -1: National Furonsiv League 2, 3, 1: Quill AQ Scroll -1: Morning Announcer ZZ. Ii: Student. Cfxuncil -1. Pntririn A. Wollvrnmn: French Club 2. -1: GRA 1: Class Board 2, 3, 4. P1-Izzy A. Wright: Class Board 1, 12, -1: Triple "S" 1, 2: Spanish Club 1, 2, 'Treasurer 3: Make-up Crew 2, -1: Ski Club 2, 3: Stage Crt-W 1. Cn-14-ste Wrohh-uski: Triple "S" 1: GRA 1: Hiding Club 2: Class Bourtl l, 2, 3: Individual Sm-och Evt-nts 1. 2. Funrlh Row: Limln li. linrnsey: Surinlngy Club Vit-0-px'esidQnt 4: lfrt-nt-li Clnli 2. 3, Trvzisurer '11 Class Ilnurtl -I: Student Count-il l: Talent Slum' 3, 4: Plays I, 3, -1: Nzxtionul Thespisxn Society: T SL-niester Honor Pin: Transferred as :i soplminnre fron: Guilford H. S., Rorklnrtl, Ill. Ynlurie A. llmligt-rs: Latin tflub 1, 2. il. Stw:n-tnry l: Triplt- "S" 2: Class liunrtl 2: T Svtnt-stair llnnor Pin: Tzilvnt Show 2: Smgr Crew 1. Cathy I.. Ruin-: Cheerleading 1, 2, Il, 4, Mziriunnv From-li llerinis-tit 23 Stutlvnt Cuunvil 1, 2, Il, Special Events Chairman -l: Cluss lioarrl 1, 2, 3, 1: Natiunnl Honur Suciety Si, 4: lltuiieurnniixul Court -1: DAR Award lit-1-ipivnt -1: Stu- tlvnt Flu-uin Prugrnin Uonnnittev C'hnirin:in 'lg T Sr-nmstcr Hnnor Pin. Mit-linvl I.. Sault-1-ky: Rilh- Club. l-'ifih Row: Tntltl Sl. Soni:-rs: Stutll-nt Cmincil 33. 1: Kry Cluh Il, I: "A" Vluh 2, 3, Vino-inresiclont 4: lrmitlizill 1, 2, 3, Lfu-captain, All-Cunfl-renc-e, All-State -l: Track 1, 2. Il, -1: Hull Monilnr 2, il: Homer-nniing King 1. Cum! M. Stuahl: Cnrmne-is t'41lur Guurll 2, 3: lfrushnian Girls' Clmrus: Mixed lilmrus Z: Girls' Cleo 3: 7 St-inestt-r Hnnur Pin: Triple "S" 1: Ski Club 1, Sl: Class lluxtrtl 1, 2, 3, 1. liuthryn M. Stains: Hvulth Ljun-1-i's Plulr 1, Secretary 2: Hiding.: Cluh 2, 'lix't-usnrer 3. -1: Ilculth Guido 1, 2: Ski liluln 2, Il. Kurt I.. 'l'4-llwlmwz Swimming: tl: Truck I, 2, il: lffmthall 1. 2: Trans- furrwl :is :L Svninr from Wzillltvr l.utlu'rzin H. S., Melrusv Pfirli, Ill. 'W-. 'Ci l5l 'l'hir1l Row: Dehurnlr Urmsln-ef. Susan L. Sis-iukump: Stage Vrew 3, -l: Open-tl:x 3. -l: Girls' Glu- 33 Senior Cluilr iz Art liluhi All-lm-uriliesg Trausl'L-i'rs-ll as zx junior from South Side HS., Furl Wuym-. Inclinnzn, Thnnms li. Stvu-ns: Bemidji ldzlll l: l7lversil'icd Occuputinns Il. tl. Ah-x ll. Sym-n: Gym- ualslivs l. lfuurih lhm: Pat Burr:-t. 'l'lluluur4 l'. Burl: Trzlvli li W. 0. 1, 23 llivr-isifiuil Or-wiipziliniis It, President 4: l-'nurlmll 1, 2: Arl Club. Kim livm:-iuaui. Iln-uuis A. Iinwl-rl: 'l'l'z1rl: I. I-'ifill Run! Fllris H. Bllflolloh: Football l. -II Bixslwtlmll 1, 2. Ii, 41 Gulf 1, 2. ll. Susuu fl. Clll'islvlwvlx: 'l'riplr- "N" l, 2, Ski tiluh Ii. fmhy f'runiu. Vllristixm llnun-k. ww f H N Q f" ' , 1. 4 .. 152 wfie., iff. . My ,,,7 1 i 312 1 bs ' 1. H 112. . , f.. , 31,93 1 , , f - Seniors First Row: Sl:-plmnin: .l. Binh-k: French Club 2, 3: Office Guirle: Class Bunrfl 3, .Iuslith Hinm-a. liulhy lllll. Shvllu llnrmou: Frvsluunn Class Trcusurcr: 'l'zil1-nl Show 2, 3, fl: Orc-lu-sis 3, 'li Uhornlif-rs fl: Music' Iwp:n'tnwni I, 2, 3, -I, N1-1-mul Row: Tom ll, Huhln-n: Foollmzxll 1, LZ: Travk 33 Smriulogy Club: Ski Club. lin-vin 'l'. l.ilulm-y: Gymnastics l, 2, 3, -I, Gary A. M4-Duuguxllz Baseball 1, 12: Basketball 11 Chess Club 1: Aslrunumy Club 1, 123 Slide Ruin- Club l, ISL Pup Club Ii: Class Buzird 1. .lim Mons. s J QW '44 ff 4-A if X is . XV wa' t' fi mf 1" 3 ,fe f 'Hn "'?fM'Z'0?':' '. '5 if 'H' xi Li Sixth Row: Ar! liglu-rl. Allrlmvl YY. lf:-rrls. Rlvharll Flu- luu-kvr: 'l'r:msl'ex'i'eci :ms ax senior frlmlu Barriugtun H. S., B:irriugtuu. Ill G1AryGrlllnp. S4-vvnlll llmv: Slow' Huhu. Diuuu lhuwvll. Lilulu llxlrer. 'Plmmm P. lluuvr: Sophomore l-Ixucutive Huuril: JV Soccer: .IV Inflimr Track: .IV Truck and Field: Sovrrer Club: Trans- ferred as zl seuinr from VVomlIziwn Seniur High, Bzllliumrv. Marylumi. Class of 1969 First Row: Dt-boruh A. H:-yn-r: Stage Crew 1: Ski Club 2, Il l. Kobrrtu A. .mt-obsoiiz Class Board Vice-president 1 Cheerlontling 2, 3, -i: Newspaper 2, fl: Intramurals 1, 2, 3 -1 Transfcrrt-tl as :i senior from Tully Central St-hool, Tully New York. Seo!! N. Jiwohson: l-'oothzill 1, 2: Baseball 2 'l'ranst'err--d as si junior from Niles We-st H, S.. Skokie, Ill: liogrr Jollnsun. Sr-vontl Row: Nuury liokulak. 'l'rury A. Latltl. Liuiln Lovk wood. Charles lf. Mosvr: Translerrr-rl as a senior from St Viator H. S., Arlington lloigzhts. Ill. me Smiles some easily for st-uiorw .Xugcl I"igiici'o:i 21 Lourtlcs Pcrcai :is t-xnms lvtwtiiiit' si pilfl ol the p2lSl,. Q1 ,1 x JMS I ,rh in 1 ii -ui' 'Qi' P 1 , , 'l'hirtl Row: Rnylnoiul Munro: Plays -1: 'l'runst'vrred as :i senior from St. Viator H. S., Arlington Heights, Ill. Alun L. Ralston: 'frunsfurrecl :is :i senior from Homewood-lfloss- muor ll, S,, Flossmoor, lll. Eliznht-th .L Rivkt-rson: Triple "S" I1 Homeuoming: Committee 1, 2: Stage Crew 1, 2. ,lim R. St-Ilit-lc: Astronomy Club: Stage Crew: 'l'i'zinsfei'i't-rl as 11 sophomore from Cardinal O'l-lzirn H.S., Springfield, l'ennsylvuni:i. Fourth lion: Slirluu-I Stirlwr. Rim-lmril G. 'I'raImn: Football 1. 2, 3, I: Raisketbzill l: Baseball 1, 2: Gymnastics 1. Mary A. Trilllu-y: tflass liozirtl 1, 2: Girl's Glec 1, 2, ily Puhliciiy tirevi' 4: Ski Club l, 2. IJ, -4. ltuy A. 'l'riu-ls:-n: Football 1: Wrestling.: 1. l-'iflli Row: Iinul fl. Zook: Cross Vountry li rlyiiiiiastivs 1: Trziuk l, Mary l"lor4's. NOT PIr'TURl'lD2 N':llh'r li2ll'h'Il. Jam:-s Futvrimi. Wuvm- Gu-ish-r. Fri-tl firossi. Gary lit-lw. Brllru- Marshall, livilll Mi-yor. Grvgp.: A. Nnmll. Karl M, suiouz, Iivralil Smith. Alam Sowka. Jann-s Sharks-y. Nlivlun-I Sinuuwrs. Alun Yah-nzo. lluvid Wt-sllrlml. Fluirh-s Zvhnf-r. J q.I!1uw'p .XllIli' lfrislnic' mzully imimlcs . . , . , . , llmc Kklllllllllf Alullx nl klulm Llmllal, flu'- lmvlj "XY11il lllllil XIV. Xlliw ww than 4lA " ' 1111! llllllkS Iirucn' lilzlakwull zllmul .zllllvlc -lim lyIl'iLll'N SlIl!lIIlL'lk auuvsmrx. .f :jf f A iff' , ii ,,e i ' Q ..g, 'V G ff- Q4 xx I 2 I ,at j s f.,,,. Qnllwzwj Om: llillllll' is worth az thou szxml words In gfllilllillillg scllicns. flir- lrm-j The spirited 5ClliUl' umm! wisllu llllk lo lnllllllvlklllllll XIZITYIJPIII Kmll. 4'lSImx in mx mall. .mal l'll Iolluw XULl1lllXXYllCl'L'.'. lL'll5C5 liill llclln-1111111 risking .1 blow lmm ilu' mm! IL'lllIll ul XXVJIIJUIIH. thc lmmllmg. win-Irlunl by lm'1m'l1lc'cl Clwa-11 I'1lIlQ1'sm1. SENIOR CLASS BOARD lfmnl lime: I.i1 Nlaltnian. Sue cil'1l5ll0l'Il, -lan 1J:1111111, l.i11tl.1 I ! Revelle. Ia111 l.i11tlsax'. Connie fil'L'llI1L'I', lal 5llT7lllCl'. Swv Row: hlllfllllllll' B1'LlXVII. Cathy Rowe. l'ann njolinson, llarh SENIOR CLASS OFFICERS Iffflllf Razr: Presiclein Craig Ilowartl. .Swnfirl Row: Setretzirx- Sue Iohnson. xvlll'-IIl'L'Sllli'lll, lyillll ll'0XN'IlSCllll. Treastirer Marx' het If Koch. I l'lUlIlll'llT. liillll Xliresse. Lynn hlohnson. Sue lioch. Ilonna NYal- ter. 'l'l11'rfI Noir: Davitl llwarl. llkllll V1lOYYIlSCIlll. Roh Noxaria, Ritk lililt-rs. Don Vogel, llehhi l'-C1'g'llh0ll. Cwexi Patterson, Lintla Ranisey. Seniors Sparkle With Spirit, Skill 85 Success The Ollllillllllllly to assert the rights ancl privi- leges ol the Class ol' '69 was linally realiletl as lllill long awaitetl senior year nnl'olclecl. I11 aclclition to the Nllllly special activities lJCl4li0l'Ill6Ll hy seniors, nineh ti111e was spent thinking about college, jobs, and niarriage. gxllllllllll signilfiecl the l7Cg'll1llll1Q.' ol' the lloine- roniing lestivilies. rT1l1Cf'lltJUSlIlg'0l. the l'ltlIllL't'tJlIllllg Conrt. the long honrs spent hnilcling lloats, and the llUlllCC'UIlllllQ,' claiicte - all oli these had a special lll62lllll1Q,' lor seniors. Une ol' tl1e llllllll liOllt't'l'l1S ol tl1e senior class was the preparation lor tl1e traclitional Christmas llall. Vncler tl1e leadership of tl1e senior elass ol- lieers. President Craig Howard, Vice-p1'esiclent Pain To11'11se11cl, Secretary Sue Johnson, and Treasurer hllll'ylDCIll Korh. the Crave Cy111nz1si1n11 was trans- lornietl into Zlll Hl'lYClllllg In FVlE'ligI'CCll.H The winter lYUllCl6I'lZlllfl qltivlgly heeaine lilletl with a stent olf pine and the joy and happiness ol' the cVllll'lSIlIl1lS season. Spring lll'0llQ"l1l to niintl thoughts of recreatioil and sports, the 17140111 :intl aI'ter-tl1e-pro111, gracln- ation, and lntnre careers. Tl1e niany avtivities asso- ciated with high school Y2lIllSlIl'Cl. The senior status, tl1e senior ttlass spirit and tl1e Cardinal t'Zll'2lY?ll1S Iiatletl. Only ineniories liClllZ'llI1CCl as the Class of llllill looked Iiorwartl to tl1e start ol soinething new. 155 IUN IOR CLASS BOARD l.inda Pilip. Tlzirrl Roni: Pat Sawver. Ian Clothran. Iengei lf7'U7lf RUYUZ Clll'iS ROUGH, SNC KOSI- Nliillifil Sl2lIlSl5lIl'y, Mar- Hilgenfeld, l'am Zoellick. Nlartha Reinen. Betti Adams, Robyn garet Long, Margaret Merkel. janet Atkins. Melanie Nleloney. l-loese. Litulsev Barton. Pat Smith. Laura Berffstroni, Bill , 5 Colleen Guilfoil, Margaret Hermes, Irene Porowski. Gail Heffernan. lfourllr limit: .Xlan l-less. Karen Retkert, Marilyn Collins. Second Row: Nlary Heisler, Sharon llobbertin. Mar- Ilacker, Diane .Xrt'hibald, Melinda lflodin. Kathy liiley, Mar cia Holley, Mimi Marshall. Pat Givens. Kris Clark, Trisha cia Patterson. Nlarianne Clausing. Carol Mulholland. .loanne Dean, Jackie McMillan. Atlrieune Voise. Carolyn X'Vatiaser, l,alish, .lane XYhitnell. Pain Bigford. Lo alt , Unity, Creativity Describe Board of 3 Following one of Arlingtotrs oldest traditions. the junior elass once again sponsored the prom. The ideas and dreams that had been forming since their freshman year were brought to a elimax on the evening of June G, l969, when the class of 1970 pre- sented "0f Dawn And Dreams." The time and ef- forts of the class members unfolded into the sue- cessful prom which was held at Chevy Chase Country Club. Although one hundred dollars was taken out of the treasury to aid the junior class at Hersey High School, the board had no trouble raising money for the prom. The final year of moneyamaking projects began with football concessions and a kick-off coke dance. Successfully following these projects were two Fun Nite booths and a coke dance after a home wrestling meet. Unlike previous years, the junior class board was open to all students. livery junior had the oppor- tunity to attend the meetings and participate in the projects. XVorking with the junior Class Board were the advisors, Miss Mueller, Mr. Dorn, and Nlr. Clark. Their guidance and advice proved to be invaluable to the many successful activities of the class of l!l70. 156 IUNIOR CLASS OFFICERS lfrrml Row: President Bill Heffernan, Sl'I'f7Illf Row: Secretary Colleen Cuilfoil. 'Treasurer Xlartia Holley. Vice-presitlent Gail Collins. Class of 19 0 lflrst Row: Paula Aagaard, Dennis Ag- nes, Patricia Alriorson, James Alm, John Almdale, Carl Anderson, Janice Anderson, Betsy Anderson, Carla Angel- Off. S1-vnncl Rmv: Ilianc Archibald, David Arpzust, Richard Armour, Janet Atkins. Nancy Audctte. Barbara Auge, Michael Auxier, Heather Baird, Steven Bakas, 'l'hlr4l Row: James Banie, Dianne Ban- ko, Tom Barrett, Dnnna Bartels, Lind- sey Barton, Jerry Bashleben. Randolph Bauer, Thomas Bellito, Paul Bcngsten. Fourth Row: Robert Bcnisek, Laura Bertstrom. William Bergstrom, Gary Bialkowski, Joanne Bieher, Pamela Bigford. Brent Blomquist, Pristine Blomquist, Patrick Bluhm. Fifth Row: Jeffrey Buehlcr, James Bokelman, George Bunal, Deborah Bouffard. Marjorie Bowen, Lynne Bow- ler, Barbara Boyd, John Boylan. Rich- ard Boylcs, Sixth Ituw: Garrett Bratho, Charles Bremer, Frank Brennan, Barbara Bress- Ier, Richard Brvx, Donna Brink, Da- vid Brockman, Kevin Broderick, Pat Bruusscau. Seventh Row: Diane Brouwer, James Brown, Kathleen Brown, Larry Brown, Debra Bruner, James Bublitz, Scott Buckingham, Michael Buechner, Peter Buckowski. Ehzhth Row: Mary Bunnelle, Christine Burch, Wayne Burget, Blake Burkett, Jean Burkirt, Nancy Burra, Lynne But- ler, Maureen Callahan, Audrey Carlson. Ninth Row: tihristine Varlsnn, Sheila Cassidy, Daniel Chalifnux, George Chapman, Roger Chapman, Luuwanne Cisewshi, Kristin Clark, Bohette Clarke. Marianne Clausing. Tenth Row: Stephen Cleary, Janet Cochran, Gail Collins, Thomas Conway, Sharon Cumk, Steven Cook, Dana Corf- man, Martha Corwin, Jody Culberson, l-Ile-re-ntl: Row: Catherine Curtin, John Curtin. Glenn Cuzzort, Nancy Dabbert, Gary Dalbke, Janice Dale, Denise Dal- ton, Debbie Danes, Larry Daubc. I Twa-Ifth ltmvi Linda Davis. Patricia Dean. Denise Dearen, Lesley Deehring, Richard Delaney, Susan Ds-Vault, John Dittman, Sharon Dobbertin, Kathy Du- linajec. 'l'hlrl1-f-nth Row: Ronald llouhek, Eli- zabeth Drake, Nancy Dutt. Elyse Early, Kristine Ehlers, Kevin I-Illvrtsnn, Trea- cy Elliot, Donald Ellis, Rick l-Erickson. Fourteenth Row: John Ewalt, John Fenlaciki, Christine Ferrarin, Timothy Fichtcr, Timothy Fitzpatrick, Melinda Flodln, David Foss, Candice Frankovic. Ann Franzese, ff 1 K ,, Y Z ,Aw ,, K 1 , ii t, any ,-1 A is ffr. 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W i gg: t V fa , , , .. - .xiifgl le, M. he ' 1 , 3 ,ea -k-f .5 L- r ., .- gk, jg., y Q, H ., 1 I kfvi. 5,15 5 4,i, - 1 A H er i 1 3 a V M . , 158 uniors First Row: Michael Freeman, John lfriehnrg, Thomas Frishie, Joseph Fro- meta, Kathleen Gaare, Ruth Gabler, Ecl- win Gaenzle, Jerry Garilner, John Garms. Si-eond Row: Pristine Gehrig, Verne Ge- nisin, Mark Gerleve, Lawrence Geyer, Liucla Gilmour, lilflwarml Gimhel, Laurie Godwin, l-larry G o o al in a n, David Granilt. 'l'hir1l Row: Paula Greeley, linheri Green. Paul Greene, Daniel Grey, Alan Gronlunrl, Valerie Guentner. Colleen Guilfoil, Leslie Gullctt, Marilyn Hack- er. lfourth llow: Michael Hadley, Nicholas Hahn, Kathleen Haire, Betsy Hnlsall. Meredith Hamilton, Donna Hapke. .Iurly Harms, Gregory Harris, David Hart. Fifth Row: Frerl Harth, Michael Harliiz, Christine Haskins, Linda Hauf, Dorothy Hauif, Janis l-lauptly, Kevin Hayes, Ca- thy Heclrenrlorf, John Heffernan, Sixth Ilow: William Heffernan, Tho- mas Heimsotli, Mary Heisler, Patricia llenrieksrrn, Deborah llorflrich, Mar- garet Hermes. Dolores Hernandez, lliearrlo llernanrlez, Jean Herrmann. New-nili Row: Karen Hilh, James Hil- genfelri. Jenner Hilgenfclrl, Jurlith Hil- li-rt. Douglas l-louhsteiler, Sue Hodge, Robyn lloese, Vatricli Hogan. Marcia. Holley, Iiighhl Row: .lohn llolloway, Andrea Holman, lion l-lrvppoek, Marria, Horn, Jeffrey Howard, Susan Hruska, Wal- lace Hughes, .Ia-inet Hull, .lack Hult. Ninth Row: Anita Huysmans, Susan Inselherizer. Michael Isaacs, Bill Jarm, Dale Jensen. Elizabeth Johnson, James Johnson, Linda Johnson, Carol Jokiel. 'l'1-nth Row: James Katuxich. Jo Kaurh- ur, liraslley Keene, Andrew Kehe. Germaine Kelhi, Rosalie Keller, Jean Kellogg, Thomas Kennedy, Steve Ken- ninger. Eli-vs-:itll lion: Charles Kenny, Joanne Kieca, llehorah Kimha'Il. Lynne King, Lfilliam Kirvhoff, Karen Kirkland, Ter- ry Kluesinpz. Michael Knaack, Brucc Knoll. 'l'u'eIi'ih Row: Kerry Knox, Canrlare Koehler, Kevin Koeneman, James Koer- ner, Gary Komarek, Susan Knst. tion- stanee Kouzmiinoff, Lee Kowalski, Ma- ry Kranz. Thirteenth Row: Michael Krauz, Nath- erine Kuhin, Pamela Kurzlca, John Kuykenrlall, Robert Kwieeinski, Sheri liarlri, Michael l,aDue. Joanne Lalish, Celeste Landon. Fourteenth Row: James Lanrlwehr, Robert Lanrlwehr, Mary Langeroek, Thomas Larabee, Carol Larson. Mark Larson, Clifforrl Laufer, Laurie Lech- eli, Nancy Lehman. Class of 19 0 First Row: Tlimnas Lvminuns, Di-lmrali Lcnharrit, Janet Lonso, Carol Luplmw- ski, Chrislinv I.0i'x'l1vnl'vlfi, Virtnrlzi Lilleberg, Erick 1.inf1il1afl, Vliarlos Liv- ingston, Ancly Luc-ken. Svvnlul Iluwl Daviil Luvltwnml, Randall Lngsilon, Geoffrey l,uiwri.:an. Margaret Iiomq, Denise Luriss, Crain.: Louglirin. Rubs-rl Loughman, William Lunnlp. William Lussman. 'l'hir4l Row: .Insm-li Lynrii, Alia-lia--l Lynk. Linfla MCI-Zllmse, S4-an Ale-Kay, Guy Mvkiiiian, .Tzluqlleliliv M1'Millau. Robert TvTuR0ynOlclS, Christini' M:u'lM'5. Susan Alaclvr. Fnlirtll lion: Joanne Maiorlmln-r, Kvn- nnth Mall-ulinson, Melanie Alalfnwy, Kil- Yin Maning. John Marius, llvlmraii Manlwvll, Iilarianncf Marshall, llwnalfl Martel. Linda Marlin. Fifth Huw: .Tam-I Iilarum. Grvgnry Mal- tix, Bruce Ms-1-hling, Kathryn Nm-nz, Margaret Alvrkvl, inane Alvusl-r, liar- bara Meycr, John Moyer, Michal-l Mi:-wk Sixth Row: Rivliarrl Aliulxalslii. Ki-inimli Miksla, Russrll Milli-r. Linlla Mitc-ln-Il, Kim Moore. S4-uit Alnrlw, Vraig Mnrilz, Frful Morrison. .Juhn Nlnrrnw. Se-ve-nlll Row! Gvno Morse, GI--nn Mm'- vr, liarol Mulholland, Suzannv Murrl-if-R. Richard Murphy, Marla Blusim-li, Kon' nvlli Aluslain. Sandra Nmflnfr, Susan Nelson, liiizht Run: Ruth Ncrlinizvr. Aliuliai-1 Nowlin. Thnnias Nicknl, Si-att Nivlsvn. Paul Nystrnm, Timmiuy Ontws, Brail- fnrmi O'Ii0rry, Lnrie 0'l'l-liiwr. .Iulin Oorlcl. Ninth Row: lliirflru Offvli, Gvrrrgl-llv Olsem, Turlil Olivia, Anne Owens, XViI- liam Pamgwl, Rex Parvin, Brian Pas- cale, lbavirl Passvrelli, Diane l':isl1-rilc. 'I'r-nth Row: Iia rry Patti-rsun, Alaruia l'att0rsru1, 13011110 Pvrln-rscu, Enwry Peek, Stovcn P-in-rson. Wayne Pierre. Linrla Filip. AI iry Pat Piper. Dianv Plant. I-Ili-vo-nlli Row: David Pnllarnl, John Pollitz, Irene l"urnwslii, Virginia Pnw- vrs, George Pruliick, Bradley Pinchas- ka, Louanne Purvinv, Gail Quam, Da- virl Quigley. 'l'wr-IMI: Row: .lurlitli llavllliu, Susan ltnmsvy, llal Rapp, .li-rmnv liasnak. Iinnalvl Rawike, Divk l'l:iuSi'li, Karon Rcclmrl, livlinfla Hs-ml, f'ra ill lioiclvr. 'l'llirtm-mill Raw: Susan Ile-inliarilt, .Iulvn Reilvnvyvr, Martini Ramon, Iisinii-l IL:-nz. Sue Rim-, Pamela Ric-hey. 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Jeffery Schulze, Jill Sehwank, Mark Seevers, Susan Seelenhinder, Ar- thur Sergey, Diane Shak, Rnherl Shar- llc. 'I'hir4l Row: Kimberly Sheviak, lVilliam Short, man, tricia Smith. Jeffrey Shumate, Glenn Siefer- Alan Sleuer, Jeffrey Smith, Pa- Smith, Patricia Smith, Sharon Fourth Row: ldlist- Spears, Susan Spelli- mann, Joy Spies, Rnhert Sipoerlein, lVil- liam Slim-lerler, Diane Staahl, Richard Stanczak, Martha Stephens, Alice Stig- ge-r. lfifth Row: James Sliup. Jeffrey Stock- tlale, NVilliam Slriekler, Donald Slumpf, Kenneth Suehrmmski, Susan Sunrleen, Sigzrirl Sunclstrom, Thomas Swarfl, Georpzv Tannery. Sixth Row? Patricia. '1'aylor, Susan Tay- lor. Glenn Tomko, Paul Thompson, Dale Tilxlmits, John Tollefson, Robert Torno, Alan Tuwnsentl, Joy Travis. Si-vt-nth Row: Mary Tunmi, Claudine 'l'uri, Elizabeth Turkcan, Daritl Ullrich, Lou llnclerwoorl, Patricia Unzaro, Lynn- rla Uselnling, Robert Van Rlatlel. Eiuhtli Row: llelmrah Vaneli, VVesley VanWinkle, Debra Vogel, Adrienne Voise, Cathy Vumhrack, Stephen Vnn Ehers, Carolyn Waeaser, Donna Wads- worth, Evelyn Wagner. Ninth Row: Linfla Wagner, Richard VVakefielrl, liivharrl VVakely, Nancy Walcllniesser, Norman Wall, James lVall- ner, ltliuhael Wlalsh, Patricia Walsh. Linda Walter. 'l'1-nth lhnv: Janet lValt4'1's, Bonnie Walworth, lloulllas VVard, Linrla Ware. .leffrt-y Warr, Patricia VVayman, Mi- trnael W'elwr, Gary l'Vep:iwi', Jeffrey Wehrineister. I-Ilvvi-ntli limi: llale Wtfitliier, Dorothy Wt-iflncr, Vince We-iwlner. Michael Weil- er, ltivharrl lVells, Lorie Wenflorf, Che- rie Wt-ste-tlt. Jane Whitnell. 'I'wt'lt'th Row: .luily Willcox, William lVi1lie, Karen lVilsnn, livLynn Winkel- man, Mark Winters, Samuel Wil, Wil- liam Witcher, Susan Wtijtkiewicz, Kris- line Weller. 'l'llirt4-t-alll Ihuvt James llhmlward, Ma- rilyn Vl'rnlvlewski, Patrick Yorke, Rn- hert Zaker, Patricia Zalurl, Elizabeth Zilen, Pamela Zoellick, Elizabeth Ad- ams, Christina, Alexander. I-'uurta-1-nlli Row: Marilyn Barkau, Dale Bowes, James Burke, Mary Clark, Paul Cmltlingtun, Juhn Cook, Colleen Dunn, Gt-urge Dwyer, Glen Engelking. Class of 1970 Fira! Run : Frsllll-vs Friull, Ileillllxlrd Gullz-rl, Pall Glvl-ns, Dellllrull Griffin, Daniel Gllilfoil, Ifreml Hlllvll, Alzlll H4-ss, H:ll'llzll'f1 Jmlvs. .I:llll- Kallllpl-lx S4-roml Row: .Tuhll Ka-lim-, .ll-:lnlll-llv Km-lleke, Mir-ll:-Ie Lzlllulle. 'Vlllllll-le lill- gv, Jullll Ml-1':ll'tvl'. 'l'1nl0tIly NIl'Gl':llll. Lyl-lll M.ill. .lzllllvs Myers, 'l'lll:l Nivl- sllll. I Third Roni Slvvvll Uziml-R, .I.lllll-S Pu- risll. Gary Illlllllelllzlll, Fill-isrillv Rv!- lell, Jullml lluyllllllls, Bulllllv I-kllhelws. Jullll Scllllllm-Ilvl-. Sault Sin-l-sllll. .Tllllll Shxllllvy, lfnurlll Row: Mnttllew Sllyrlely Mullin-zl Stallghllry, XYzll'l'vll Slfllll, Hvrh 'l'l'll- luve, Il.-hm Wyzlll. TL-l'l'y I-'Ilm1s. lillrll Heilv, Jllrles Jllsvlli. Kuthy Kilvv I-'ihh lcmvz Jef! In-kzlll. liillzrllwlll M-ly, Ann 'l':llllll:l, I- ami.- fIllIlI'I'P "XVI lx"lIki1'-lxllkic' , - f fi' Q , I za. :f ' I It ' J 1 IIN, H 4 I A w, ,, Q6 . I l I I If l I - I: I Q I f I LL ai 2 9' I I IH? I I ' ilk?-'.R . l . -'lfif fl I V I I l lll , We A, -3 I 'L' y ff: if I ' '- I N 'I I I I ,JN ' " I N ' ' ', I L VI ' --I FE' . x l hy 1, A iv A 6 - 1 V I . "' . er- 4 1 -I ' , I ff I . I f Q7 Y I V' ,..L 5 it 3 A -. ,,. 4 lull I SIIIKI IlII'll llul U'l.S." culllll Oll lIlL l.lclm. I Illl'lllll lIlc l " ' 'IU ZIICIII lnllls XIIVIINII IIlcL1l s Pl l'1l1l" l ,lllcwl ll IIIIIIIIIZII LIIIKI LIIYIQI IILI lc: l I'llll Xltc IIIII. ,lr Ilillkllll IIT. 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XVI111 11111111 l'111'get1111-"N111'1'yi11'511111111111 Di1111'1'in' 11211111 111111111 Ill 1-1111 night? c1C11l2l11ll1' 11111 1111- 1111-111be1's 111' 11115 1-lass llllillll, who 111111 Illl' g,'1'C'1ll i11spi1'111i1111. :11111 Wlllll 111111111 1111- 12116111 sh11w 1111- Wl11l'l1 they 1111 1-nge-1'ly s11l11 tickets? livery one will 1-1-11113111111-1' th1- fill' wash 111111 thc 11111111 116111 Clll1'111g' 1111- sp1-ing witl1 IllC Ullllfl' 1'l11ss lJ0211'1lS. Nliss x12ll'lll21 Craig Zlllfl N111 kl2ll'li liniery g1111l1-11 1111- s111'1'cssl'11l s11pl111111111'1-s. SQPHOMORE CLA55 OFFICERS l helping to make this yall. H most mcmomljle Unk. l'1'1111I If1111': SL'C1'C1Ell'y 1112111 l311l1111s11111 l'1'csi1lcA111 NZllll'?' 132111111- I' tl . I 'UI . ' It . 1 M. . . I I, , ,, k- 0 ,l, H I- Ifrl glll'lI11'l', .81-1111111 111111-1 1I1k'2lS1ll'Lx1' 121111 1131111111011 xilCC-IJI'l'S1- Of IC 11:1 I-hplll LC , CHN - 1L1l lllh 1 1155 ll 1 I . dull lid Plilldclnulll 162 V. ' 'X'W 71 .. , . 1 5' 7 ' lb .A 'R' ' ' t i fa, ' Q: l-:rat lltrwl Glenn Abel, Jeft Adam, L, K , ' ,lt -K, ,:3,.V , Karen Adamini, Karen Ahnquist, Lloyd kv Q.. , -, . .?, ev 2 'K ,II , Albright, Frank Alexaniler, Debra Aim, y lf , , ,K, K ff ,gf Janet Almblafl, Joan Almrlale. , X L M 5 . .:.'.' - yr -V K f I s :K Lf ,. ,,. . , . . , , , , .1 , ' X. :. St-cond Row: Keith Anderson, Lincln An- ' wr, ,Q-. ' : R W' , . K". gelot't', Craig Annen, Scott Baker, Fill- L f - 'L ' Kes K ' 3 win Bukowski, Charles Banta, Esther 'Q' ' t' , a ' K XZ' ' -A I Barna, Margaret Barotly. Patrick Harry. ' ' xy V .,f iq K , 5 , It . F.: ffm Q., i f 'X , 1 ' J t . 14' ,, , ,., ,- f. Pwr llurd Rim. Kathleen Bartik, C5nthl:L , m -. Barton. Jo Ann Haschlehen, Nanry 'fl - jk - , ,.,:K Hauler, Nancy Baumgartns-r, Brooks 1.1 '. -1 A. ag' : Bauske, Nancy Hayert, Thomas Behher, 1 J ag. K. Donaltl Beckt-r. 2- , ' VA' 7 ' C'-9' iff - ' in ., ' ' . . . , K KK. . ffl , V V , A K " x I-'uurth Row: Barh Beckman, Mary A R 1 Beckman, Carol Betlnarz, Diane Behrle, 5. -' - Q Debra Bulzer, Marcia Be-nsinger, Ola KL- ' - , . ' 5. ' 4 Berge, George Biehl-r, Carolann Bird. -V' - -Y" 'fr l t 4 'U N' I - . 1 f-we Q . .Q Q 3 - 5 Fifth Row: Bruce Bittner, Linnla l-ilocki. 3. , -h - ' Deane Bloss, Marshall Blum, Robert J . " Blum, Gail Bultluc, Larry Hussung, Gary K K J - t t W " f Qi Bmilos, Richard Rrantlt. 3--1' v if ' 4 ' ' t , - ' ,Vr -V if 1: ,. M ' K 'D . X 4 - 1 ' :-M -uw xzfn fvfvfa 1,51 r 1 ft, ' ' - - - Sixth Row: Davitl Brask, Thomas Bren- 'ka , ' K 9 nan, Karen Briscoe, James Broallfoot, aw R , K Q, , , G' 1 K " gi , "" Janet Broderick, John Brozlnan, Stephen V 3, Q -M " 'lf' " 1 5 - , sg :K 7 ' , ' 5- Broilclnn, Roy Brooks, Gail Brown. fr - ' ' ' -. V . ' . V l' + J .- f 4 - 'fl Q "Y i' A ' ' . L , . t 1 v ww X - '-1 L KK, A V V- ,gp Sf-venth Row: Mark Brown, Scott Bruh- X .K ' . N nke, Lynn Buckingham, Patricia Hu- , ' . , ' K ,, K 'V kowski. Paul Bunnelle, Linnea Burger, K KL 1 ' "' L 'f " ' ' ' K K ' ..... tx: Debra Burk, Mary .lo Burkhnrrlt, Wil- iw, ' " - .Q 1 V K Kf -r liam Bust-hart. ., K. V . . 3 J.. 1" in u K ' t ll I ' c Vu :infix I ' + xt 1 ' uigi 1 ow: 2-vin Ia: e, .nrt 'an , ' A 1 5:2 K g' 3 4. llonnajn Vaniastru, Kathy Cainphcll, V, 3' f -, X ' U ff sk Bruce Carlsen, Steven tfnrncross, ,, 3, ' - K' rt' ' . 'grglfzf ' A Thonias Carroll, Paula Carstens, Hnw- K J, .K ' ts, .WK " , ' K aril t"asavant. U5 Kg ' it 1x,j'7K K K K ' VK ' f' R K.,K'K K I .1 ta , Ji Nlnth Row: Gre-1: Chapman, Steven , . , 1 K , KJ 3 , -T' 1 , -V, Q, Chase, Erlnlie Chin, Juan Christensen, rp 8 D ' V6 WK K U K 5 K' Bruce Clark, Candace Clark, Michael Q, . jg-3? ,' 'K ., K" Clarke, Cheryl Clarkson, Karla Clem- H KKK ' , V i , " , , Q IUWIS- 2, 'A 9 . ' V 1. A - 'Q N ' .. r ' j V, . . ..1-',.1:ggyK,K- K. . f,.KK,A-MQKESSK KK A , 535, , 1 N 1. ,I - ., lg - '-. ' ' ' - A - ." f K J it , 1, P Ti-nth Row: William Cm-hran, Brian KK L " .- f 5, J , A., A - 3- .f Conklin, Janet Cortling, Caryn Corts, ,, " - 1 Ta 5 , wp Diane Crowell, Catherine Cryer, Kath- ' W' - leen tlsepp, t'athy Cushing, Lynne K K, K C2ern--:H , 1 - 5 . W f ' , , 1 'K ' - .aflll '-4' ix T an P 'jj . Qigg is . . l - A K M 1124, . . V . '-iv.-"1-' .V - " . Eleventh Row: Cinily Daczewitz. Frank " 5, '-it 5 K 3 5 ' ' F - Dal Compo, Nancee Dalley, Michael KK ,N if " ' V SQ. K -. D'anp:clo, Gregory Dattilo, Russell 'J K ' 'gl ti ' K f . K - . 1, K M uv Daughtry, Cynthia Davis, James Davis, - . K, ' ft ' K ,- K Nina Davison. N 5 , J my K. . ' V. . QW. 1 '. f A .2 ' VV ' M47 Q Aafirx A ' A f V , 5 . ' l - - -fl' K ' V . 'f- K Tw:-lfth ltuw: James Depew. Dunalrl ' , A .. , Q f M Dcsimonm-, Nancy Dewall, Will Dewitt, V K K r 5- 7 Robert. Dickinson, Joan Dickinson, . ' ,L Kf -,W ,LQ-if 'KI Q, K -, -. ' Charles Dillon, Timothy Dixon, Charles 5 K f'- ,A Q, . X V1 K 1 t Ilonchess. E, H ., ' ,K . 7, . Ffh r i 2 I Y ' I ,, A . ff A Thirteenth lhnr: Deborah Doppke, Scott . V, , it '-- ,t Douglas, Juella Doyle, Timothy Draut, K , , A V D V . A ' Jerry Dtlro, George Dye, James Eggert, f' ,, ' K ' - K 7 IAKK , Jeffrey Eggleston, Mike Ellis, Gene Els- ' Q K J tgltlu 'fi' '5 7 ' : yn.,-K V V . -- ' ... ,L . K . K K . KK . K W K Km A K, . K LKTKKKKJK 1. ' A fi , ' " 1 ' if f l"uurte4-nth Row: Richard Eisner, Diane ,K I . Nj: eff Erd, John Ernst, Leslie Ferry, Scott "' I E ,, V , N , ,, t ,A N Q .K Fitluccia, Ellen Fill, Randy Fischer, . , -,"', . Q. QV . 53 , ' I - John Fitzpatrick, Marcia Flotlin. ' L-L Q ' . g'..,,K .Q ' - A " . 1 ff Q is vi' A , K' , KK .1 ,ELKK Ki. Z . - Af S- Ai ' . ,. 1 K' f4?5,.'-1135. ff" 163 he ,. . at X 1 "YU ' .Q Eff' fm V :fl 0 gt-'I 5 5 - va. 313.1 XTZFW .W A ?f-fizi' hi ke L 1' J. f . A ,. 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F lsrr it H , ef- Q317ffi , ' s 1 V " " Q . 5 .A if N.f.l.kAi Q, tw if f a x' K A 'E ' ' 'T' 5 Arg' J 5 "' W W .L - f I T" 5 J ' l ' r f "Vin ' ,, 'ffl A :'f".l f-cg! Q , . Lip A57 f ' A W XL, -1 ,-IA... ,.,, A ' . , v'?"1- , IQ- Sophomores First Row: JoAnne Funtlrie. Michael Ford, Michael Lee Fortl, Dennis Foreman, Donna Fournelle, Candace Franmlsen, Roger Frank, Kurt Frantz. Gail Freeman. Sem-ond Row: .lean Frossard, Douglas Fuller, John Gahler, Karen Garlanll, Michael Garms, Jeri Gt-issinger, Roy Gt-nevich, Diane Genisio, Greg Gibhel. 'l'hinl Row: Elizabeth Gillen, Jean Glan- tler. Connie Glaser, James Glaser, Deh- orah Glomski, Raymond Gorlzicki, Suz- anne Goelibert, Brian Goemlke, James Gong. I-'ourth llow: Ilona Goodman. Martha Gorman, Michael Graham. Peggay Gra- ham, Ann Grashorn, Lynn Gray, Eliza- beth Griffith. Peggy Groh, John Gram. Fifth liowt Gail Gnilfoil, Paul Gunclry. Kathleen Gustlte, Michele Haas, Martin Hat-ger, Martha Haegvr, Scott Hagy, Edward Halmleman, Cynthia Haltlen. Sixth Row: Eric Hamilton, .Terry Ham- ley, Paul Hanson, Sue Harden. Peggy Harris. Thomas Harris, Nancy Harth, Nancy Hathaway. Cynthia Heckman. Seventh ltow: Denise Harth, Gurdon Ht-ise, Blaine Hemphill, Kristine Hen- son, Dario Hernandez, Karen Higgs, Gay Hill, Kristen Hillman, John Hilton l'Iii.:hlh Row: William Hinneherg, Pame- la Hodges, Sheila Hoffman, Robyn Holmcs. Barbara llolzem, Candy Horch- cr, Nancy Houriizan, Kathleen Hruby, llohert l-Iuhcr. Ninth Row: Barbara llntlec, Kathleen Hurley, Linda Huster, Ernec Hatter, James Irmen, Peter Jacobs, Lyslia Ja- rocki, Martha Jasper. Jeffrey Jaster. 'IU-nlh Row: Carol Johansen, Melanie Jolinson, Susan Johnson, Taffney .Tusit', Kent Kalwitz, Jean Kehe, Marilyn Kehe, William Kempisty, Bonnie Kenney, l'Ilvvn'lltll Row: NVilliLim Kieck, Con- stance Kinrller, Thomas Kintller, Tho- mas King, Jeff Kirby, Jean Kivlahan, Wayne Kleiner, Lynntla Kleiner, Kris- tin Klimek. Twelfth Row: Wilma Klingonmaier. Scott Knaack, George Knight, Patricia Koch, Kathryn Koelanis, Brarl Koerner, .loan Kohler, John Koriath, Cynthia Kort. Thirten-nth Rowt Jeff Kowalski, Paul Kresge, Gregory Krol, Barbara Krysh, Jerrilyn Kubin, Joyce Kuenstler, Lorne Kufiel, Ruth Kunz, Scott Kunkel. Fourteenth Row: Frances KllSllXVilX'Z1l Eve Lacker, Joe LaI.on4l, Richarrl Lan- zon, Karl Larrison, Joan Larsen, Debra Larson, Marta Larson, Susan Gail Lar- Still. Class of 19 1 First Row: Susan Lasher, Roger Lat- ta, Dorothy Lee, Mary Ann Leisten, Mary Levecke, Ronald Lewan. Kenneth Lldge, Mark Liljegren. James Lincoln, Second Row: Catherine Lindmark, Mal'- garet Lindsay, Deborah Lindsay, Da' vid Lighthall, Melody Loelcwood. Ro- bert Lockwood. Edwin Lo--ffler. Deh- hie Loeser, Steven Loreh. Third Row: Sl:-phanie Loughran, Greg.:- ory Lnde, Peter Luedeliing, Donna Luther, Stephen McAllister. Betsy Me- Collum, Pamela McC1'atie, Meg Me- Donald, Robert Mclbonald. Fourth Row: Craig McGowan, Patrir-k McGrath, Jeff McGuire, Kyle McKay, Richard Muliay, Mary McLean, Susan McNeal, Carl McVVherter, Denise Mack. Fifth Row: Mike Manilele, Kathy Man- ninr, Robert Martens, Therese Martin. Ken Massa, Jon Mayhercy, Carolyn Meister, Stanly Mensehing, Frerleriek Mertz. Sixth Row: Denise Meuser, Charles Meyer. Pamela. Meyer, Denise Miller. Laura Miller, Susan Miller, Judi Milner, Dinah Minarik, Kathy Montgomery. Seventh Row: Barbara Moore, Larry Moore, William Moore, Steve Mrozin- ski, Scott Mudge, Karen Munsen, Steve Mustain, Sandra Nawrot, Barbara Neel:- ar. Eiirlith Row: Tracy Neftzger, Barbara Nelson, Marlene Nelson, Peter Nester. Mary Neumann, Kristin Newquist, 'l'ln-- rese Newsome, Kerry Nielsen, Si-ott Nielsen, Ninth Row: Daniel Nieniann, Arnold Nailing, Lee Norton, Liz Novaria. Liz Nowack, Joan O'Brien, Martin 0'Brien, John Ohman, Barbara Olsem. Tenth Row: Tom Olsen. Ellen Olson. Kathy Owens, Sue Pace, Sue Pahnatier, Michael Pascale. John Passarelli, Ka- ren Peeka, Roger Pelletier. Eleventh Row: Janell Petersen, Julie Pharcs, Sue Phillis, Ken Pickett, Mark Pieponhrink, Ann Porter. Margo 1'oulos, Maili Powell, Martha Preissing. Twelft h Row: flames Press, Debra Preston. Jerry Proebstle. George Pur- tha, Phillip Radmer, Susan Ramsey, Uynthia Rapp, Daniel Rapp, Lindsey Reese. Thirteenth Row: Patti Rehm, Sue Reid. Gary Retlherg, Leslie Richarvlson. Diane Rierler, XYilliam Riesing, Sue Roman- nighi, Kris Rongner, Mike Rossi. Fourteenth Raw: Tom Rowe, Shirley Rozdalovsky, Karen line, Dale Ruthen- berg, John Sadecky, Connie Sander- beck, Jean Santelli, Juanita Sauceda, Tom Sayre. A Q A, W in I 44 ' ,A J l . a . - , t 3 5' , ' L1 if ." . 4 '- Y -fl mn' '17 - - M t ' - if 1 ' . 4 ,f 14.5. iq. n L Av 5 I 5: 'W Y' v ' . l , it fr 1 iier g f. ,af .lg , A V, " R- av ' B, . A ef is L ,. L' is fi 41 W1 I - fig, , A , .. , 5 MQ ' X-51, Ll V 51,4 b M I , .L my du, f" L el' ,, P L 1 " ll W in rr img 8- 4 I 'GW' -4 I, 'ww Li 'ru A 5 ,l 3 ' . ' L 1. 'V 'N Y Q 'Q' p ' 4 ' qv th ? t I VJ 7 K W' T . it I 59" 1 , K I ,- . X P M fi l. , ,, 3? WY 5' A . ' 1 an 1, L WW U ,- PG I it 5 iff I 'jg F 5 AW ff-4 L - i X ' 'f' ssai S .rg ' ' P 11 iff.. it - .. L f f. 165 1 tt W ea " 'r ar e , 'V ' 3. pw 2 Q A' !r' v A 7' J U , Mr -- A titty I 1, Q , N ' ,r gn' ir. S W5 K- -'M -' C , I V I- .. . . I ,, 1 . fs . l' , . ii t . Q 8' f, 1- - A af ' ' " V l , . L, , 1-4 , V .V My K' W I 'A -fix i is J xiii! ,tn K A s . . , J X , I , -... K I ? I! J 1 Emi A. 0 X JE , .T 5 is . Q r y , A ,rd ., t. Sw Q 'ai C Q.- l- be rl' ' 'N' fd j ,UQ 9'-i'J,g,,, Qf,., Q-E?-5 K . ix ,V K if-,. W - IJ, -. . +4 5 A5331 n Vi l ' 1 ,F - Q V '. , -dvi' f -va, i 1 C K i ' ,. ' v 5, ,:,,W, -f , ' , K ' ,L ' X Q M' . , K , -. . f ., V K WEA . - Q 5 M Nil f A ' Q 4 : . y Q , 51' -f x ' '. g r S K iw: K I IL ii t 1 W ,J , l M S e fe - Y ii ii QV' .151 4 I' ", 154 A ba, ', ' ' WA, 'Simi R ,CL :wld Q . C, " X gy' - , iii ' " V' if i ,Li ' fy, i z ',,g ,,, ' f r. Vfiiiiif 1 ' I - ii, i I . x, I ,I if V , N A - K :lt K Q x , ij K f l Q v ' y , ' F 7 ' , np. ' lbv, 'i- , - , ., , , .1 I V , V ' 5 'S api 4 4 i f' qi L .., A 7 S S T -.5 1351. , , , f' , 3 g i f V-f ii 91-5' . ,. ,, L as ' R 5 Q ,' lf A '-md: 153. if 'Q ' h f-43 ' " 166 Sophomores First Row: Laura Schimnxel, Sandy Schinkuwsky, John Schmidt, Henry Schmitz Claire Schmoyer, Kay Schmoy- er, Rick Schoell, Linda Snlioepkc, Mi- chael Schreiber. S1-cowl Row: Dale Schroeder, Mary Schroeder, Richard Schulte, Robert Schwank, Marla Scofield, David Scott, John Scott, Nancy Scudder, Cindy Se- he-sta. Third Row: Jeff Selleck, Richard Shaf- fer, Fred Shak, Stephanie Shaw, Mike Sheahen, Sue S-himer, Pat Shumate. Linda Simon, Leslie Skarra. Fourth Row: Craig Smith, Deborah Smith, Deborah Smith, .loan Smith, Sheryl Smith, Thomas Snelton, Cathy Snyder, tlonstanee Snyder, Diane So- Chit. Fifth Row: Cindy Soderlund, Nancy Spethmann, Michael Splitt, Ron Stan- ley. Dean Stansbury, Bruce Starck, Da- niel Stauder, Jeff Steele, Sally Stegc- mt-yer. Sixth Row: Patrice Stein, XVilbPrt Stel- ner, Charles Stevens, David Stockdale, Harold Stoffel, Darlene Strait, Lucy Stratus, Gail Strohen, Sally Strung. S4-vm-nth ltow: Cheryl Stubbs, Jan Swan- son, Roger Swanson, Patricia Swim, David Synen, Jack 'l':u-ge, St-ott Teuber. Pamela Teuchert, Abbe Lin Thiesscn. Iflilzhth ltowi Lois Thielen, Jeff Thie- man, Karen Thompson, Scott Trem- herth, Cory Tibhits, David Timm, Julie Tollefson, Charlene Tomlinson, Paula Touman. Ninth Row: Shelley Townsend, Pat Townsend, Cathy Townsend, Tim Trum- mer, Cathy Turkcan, Larry Turney, Maryann Urick, John Van De Merkt, Nancy Vanek. Tenth Row: John Vanveen, Robert Vlcek, Sandy Vogt-lcr, Lana Volland, Cynthia Wadzita, Thomas Wakeling, Linda Waldbuesser, lieverly Walker, Dean Walker. lih-vm-nth Row: Kathy Walsh, John Walsh, Michael Walthuuse, Kathleen Ward, Ka ren Weber, Patricia Weber, llunnlri Weller, Mark Weeg, David Weide. Twelfth Huw: Mary Beth Weller, Ken Wells, Paul Werft-hnann, Linda West- phal, Linda Westwood, Kerry Vi'etton, Sue Whittier, Kathy Wickh-ss, Michael Wilbins. Thirtlronth Row: Dorinda VVilkinson, Trevor Will, Robert Vt'illiams, Bob Wil- son, Robert Wilson, Kathy Witcher, Robin VVitt, Bill iV0l0d, Raymond Woss. Ifourtx-cnth Row: Laura Wray, Walter Wrohlewski, Michael Yorke, Donald Zacharias, Valerie Zachwieja, Patrick Anderson, Julia Brown, Rebecca Brown, William Brylt. Class of 19 1 First' Row: 'Pom Buckingham, Michnol Burke, Penelape Burke, Kathleen Car- penter, Carla Colson, Jeanne Combs, Sharon Connor, Peglgb' Clllmillllllflfll. Mary Beth Dority. S4-eund Row: Mark Elenz, Steven El- wurt, Sally Erbaell, Kevin Erbe, Pam- ela Franks, Nita Furlong, Bernard Gol- beck, Nancy Hauer, Wvilliam Hawkins, Thlrd Row: Lupe Hernandez, Robert Hildebrandt, George Hilrlingcr, Kay Jackson, John Jasnnch, Jeffrey Jensen, Pamela Johnson, Willizm Kelly, Stev- en Kiral. Row: Mark Lazzerini, Steven I-'onrlll Leigh, Deburah Leydig, Marsha Me- Clellan, Nancy Menz, Steve Moore, William Nicholson, Christine Ozimek. Kim Petrie. Flflh Row: Tull Rasmussen, Garb' Schneider, Xvilliam Sheetz, Melville Smith, Denise Steinman, Dclmrah Sto- ker, Deborah Taylor, Edward Tetrev, Nadine Thrasher. Sixth linw: Stephen Wehrnann, Ter- rance Weidner, Steve Bohn, Pat Lan- gan, Gail Mejlbonnlnl, Mike Moffn, Pam- ela Moy, Elizuln-th Tumei. I M ,k .WWW ggggr' . 7 ,fy ",W . 'wfewl ay U I if is A we X' ,, J it V J , , ,,,.. J ,iii ll 5" 'J . .. -f fm ff l 'kj' ' if . . ': dy W 5 6 x J can fi l' l"', ' J t ,Hi , A ii ,T J 1 1 X, I ' 'rg Q 'N J A i i 'A' - 'lf io! LVVVL I Azil ,iiy X is x I 'fvbl V I my b . ., , ,.,,1 1 , ' . V ' ,1 , , ' ' P f 'N f J ' lllei Q 'A 1. J , T Y i dl f-evefxh f J l .. V Ne a l 1, V , y KR w f, K ?- v V V 1, h 1. f "ff K ' . ,E N E ' 11635, F - A ' 'rf 4 S .3 K L , 'in , R75 VVWK 1 ' rj " . I x F Q ' A. I ,Mk , -I 5 , f l ., f . fi 'l' ' ' 4 , V X - in - ' ' 1 V Ulzviv hd QflIm111'j Sue NlcNc':il tlcinonslranes the lll'I ul' wrappin spaghetti :irouncl lit-r hzincls during speech class. fqlbove Righty Czuliy 'l'mx'11sc1nl znnl Lynn Gray ClllllllHlZlSl.lC21lly inanglc their lingers in 4lllLliL'll wire wliile lluzit building. Qlfighij Peggny Grailnini :intl llrixin Goctlke pruve that time goes so fam wllun yllllhll' ll1lYlIlg lun in SClCIllLf l1ll7CJl'2lliJly rf' 3 + FRESHMAN CLASS BOARD Front 160111: Sue Collins, -102111110 Duttglierty. lieelay Geiser. Gztyle rlll'lllUV6. Debbie ili0llSl'll. Dee hllfiltllllllll. Srfmnrl Roni: fxllll I,ot'k1mod. l':11Ii Miller, Kztthy lVm11l, Kathy Mc- Hugh. liillll Miller, hl2lI'jtJl'iC Phillip, .john Gihbel. Third vw F ll m lcflllli klilll llClliL'l'llIll1. lizlthy Roclie, Cathy Nurup, SllL'l'l'yC Doyle, Beth Oest111:11111, Greg xvllllillltl, .Ion Deevy. 170111111 Roiuz Angela llerry, Debbie Qttick, Debby FllCllfllCl'l, Rich l4lf1ke111:111, l1llllZlKlCllC 'lil'1IXCl'S, .ICRIIIIIC Hey, Cztrol bleriiberg. itality And Abilit : Key To Freshman Politics Co11f11sio11 reigned as the l.l't'Sl1lllGl1 stz11'ted their first, 'year Zll 1-'X1'li11g'to11. Fllltllllg' l'OtJlllS i11 tl1is i111- pcmssibly 1111111be1'ed srlmtrl was tl1e biggest IJl'UlDlClIl. As the lirst weeks passed, the scllool St'CIIlCfl to sl11'il1l4 i11 size 21s lz1111ili:1rity with it i11t'1'e:1sed. 1-Xliter electing eluss board 11l'liee1's. the ll1'CSl1l1ll!ll ttlztss lJGl'1lIIlC more o1'gz111i1ctl. The ullities were lillecl by Jim llL'lil'C1'lIIlIl, president: ,X1111 l.u1'lumucl. rice- presidentg Debbie Quick, treztstirer, z111d Kathy XV11o1l, secretziry, who were aided by spt111st11's, Mr. Hicks z111d Mrs. C,il2lllCy. ll0IllC1'0UIll represelittitires and :my l'1'esh111:111 who utteiided 21 ee1'tz1i11 1111111be1' ol' 111ee1i11gs 111r1de up the class bottrrl. The l'l'CSllIllCll expressed their lirst 1111111ey- Illillilllg' ideas i11 the l'Ol'lIl of Z1 F1111 Nite hootli. gx1'lllL'tl with rzimrs, l-llll lovers z1tte111pted tu 1'e111o1'e shur- itlg t'1'e:1111 l'rr1111 hz1llt1f111s witl1o11t pf1ppi11g them. The 111z1i11 p1'olieet ol the l'l1iCSll1llflll Class liozird wats the t1':1ditio11z1l spri11g t111'11-ztbotlt, wl1ittl1 ollered the girls Z1 Chance to dzite tl1eir li2lYlJl'llC boys. CD11 lxlllltill 8. the girls pi1111ed a eorsuge 1111 tl1eir buys :md ex- eorted tl1e111 to the dance. The tlillltji? required lllllfll Plillllllllg' Zlllil hztrcl work sex'erz1l II10llfl1S i11 z11lr1111c'e. BI011eyrz1iSecl by the l'resl1111e11 tlirmigh these proj- ects will he used to spoiisor the prmu during tl1eir tlllllltll' year. The elztss ul' N172 closed their lirst year z1t :Xl'llllQlOl1 lr1c1ki11g bztek O11 their stttteesses and new expe1'ie11c'e. Zlllll ltbtlliillg' l'c11'11'z11d with fresh ideas to the 1'l1:1lle11ges olf their next year. 168 FRESHMAN CLASS OFFICERS . - I"1'o11l Row: Yire-111'esicle11t A1111 Lotikwuod. Pl'CS1LlCllf QI1111 lIClifC1'll21l'l. Second Row: Treasurer Debbie Quick, Secretary Kathy Wood. Class of 1972 First Row: Donna Aalzaard. Clint Al- bright, William Alvxantler, Janet Antler- son, Peter Anderson, Marjorie Andersen. Susan Archibald, llr-hhic Armstrong, Carole Aronson. SN-ond Row: Mark Atwatvr, Jeffrey Baker. Laura llanic, .lonnnv Barker, Scott Barnett, llollt-rt Bauer, Karen Raynk, Gurdon Hcclcman, Patricia Benson. 'I'hir1l Row: Angela lit-1'i'y, Kim Blal- liowslci, Richard Blakvinan. Cheryl Bloom, Donna Boylt-s, Donald Brady. Vraig Bratko, Susan Drannt-is, Gary llraunsrvuter. Ifnurlh Row: Penny Bremer, John Brice, Cynthia Bronwcll, Rick Bron- well, Debbie Brooke, Ricky Brooke. Terry Townsend, James Brown, Rollin Brown. Fifth Rout Beverly Burch, David Bur' ger, Pamela Burkharclt, Suzanne Burk- hardt, Jeff Eurliniz, Ron Burlingame. Susan Caranci, Candice Cardinnll, Linda Carl. Sixth Row: Philip Carlsen, Betty Carl' snn, Mark Carlson, Sally Cassidy, Vir- ginia Catlin. Don Chamlwrs, John Chan- man, Susan Vluary, Mika Cleveland. Seventh Row: Richard r'nt'l'in, Mike Cohan, Albert Colianni, Nan:-y Collins. S-usan Collins. Craig Fornhs, Cindy Conley, Barbara. Conti. Mary Cook. Eighth Row: Timothy Cook, Steven Cooper, Richard Corbett, Frank Cor- rado, Gerald Courvoisier, Carol Dalh- ke, Toni Dalcompo, Lcc Tlavitlhuisur, lionnzi Davis, Ninth Row: Lee Ilavis, Susan Dawson, Jonathan llocvy, Hart. Delaney, Vivki Dellacecra, Whitney Dobht-rtin. llanit-l Dobstaff, Torrance Dolan, Kathy Do- nahue. Tonth Row: .Iam-t Dore. Pauline ilu- rity, Jay Dorius, Joanna Dougherty, Sherrye Doyle. Art Uyt-r, Cheryl liar- ly, Jeanne Ein-rt, Kenneth Eclelhlute. Ifllt-vt-litli Row: Lisa Erickson. Steve Estrella, Linda Esvanu, Robert Es- vanll, Laurel Ewert, Kathy Fagerson. Donna. Ft-rrara, Rita Fidiu'cia., Char- l0S Fill. 'I'n 1-lfth Row: Susan lfishcr, Janet Ifluhrer, Na my lforch, Ka ron Ford. Phyllis lford, Michael Friobi1rl.:, Beth lfriese, Ellen Frisbie, Desiree Frisch- mann. Tliirti-fenth Row: Olga Frometa, Jaco- lyn Funk, Nora Furman, Linda Gane- zak. Dennis Gauck, Michael Gedflis, Becky Geiser, Paul Geissingr-r, John Gibbel. Fourteenth Run: Marilyn Gillen, Ann Gilmore, Robert Givens, Laura God- zicki, Rick Guers, Donald Gooding, Joan Grabow, Craig Granclt, William Grandi.. , it 5 5 if C f 'J ' " S W F t V lg A g C mls? ll.. ' C ff A tft, f Q lh X I K V 1 - 1 . 1 . gr ' lf . Q to 0 f 'N l raw, Lv l, t .. - r .. .. ,., g 'X J C btukir, fl lf i .51 it -ja X 1 t I H .. :ln ff S 5, , , , A L.. ' 1 S ' EGR A ,bf -. i ,S C A 2 . M. 6 f Q l - 0, A-1 ' gi Q a RA 1 K 4' L 'L TE MQ 1 F 7, V 9 5 S1 l JS . ..-4 G M 2' . - - y . V , 4 -l - 1 S, ici, f ' 25? E .W t ,-.. 1 1 an K L4 .Q l, .gi , E ,N l tliiiflx f .., U' " , .V bf , , i J I I fi- L ' 2' Left . f " Q 2 W A N " If .if l A. if i l S rsit . 'T' so X g to gy , r , 1 1 ' L . -A 'Q aj vi? .ally , M , I , A ,"' "' Q A f ' B' ' l f i 1 f I Eli 4 C X S f X l, 2 i ' NA 5 , f -M 'ml 4 ,, M " . 1 ' A , ' if laa'a l , -' .f- . , f , ., . il 1 ,. 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'W , l Q .,1lfQlf,, 9 M ' . ,, 1 J l , - . it J " ,, 1 f N .- U A , I ii . L-hiv V' J i V J 'S KJ 'A' , - . ., get J t J J f , J - 1 ' . ' V i 1 ' -we f K ' id" L 170 Freshmen First Row: David Grashorn, Mark Griffin, Robert Grizzell, Patricia Grub, Jane Gunclry, Jeffrey llaire, Holly Hansen, Kimberly Hansen, Stephen Harms. Ni-worn! Row: Karen Hayes. James Hef- fernan, Deborah Heicken, Corinne l-leirlt. John Heitz, Marpzaret Heller, Thomas Hendricks, Ann Henrlricksen, Karen Henson. Third Row! Janice Herhst, Nancy Hess. William Hester, Jeanne Hey, Mary Hiekox, Frank llipzgason, Bruce Hill, Steve Hinton, Rollin l-Inch, I-'mirth Row: Karen Hoff, Kenneth Holthusen, Dan Hourigan, Christy How- arrl, James Huber, Martha Hughes, Jeff Hunsiuker, llavitl Huster, Jann-t Iversen, Fifth Row: Thomas Jarm, Wendy Jen- kins, Carol Jvrnberg, Laurie Johnson, Lynnette Johnson, Pamela Johnson. Tom Johnstin, Dan Jordan, Roherla Judyuki. Sixth ltow: Dennis Kamps, Andrew Kanoust-, J o h n Katovlch, Leslie Knut-her, Cheryl Kellogg, Cathryn Kel- ly, Frances Kempisty, llavivl Kennimz- er, Scott Kenyon. Seventh Row: Jamie Kessner. Russ Kirchhoff, Rick Kirstein, Kenneth Kleiner, Keith Knoll, Bob Koehnke, John Kolze, Glenn Kost, Anne Kunze. Eighth Row: Joel Kuykenrlall, Greg- ory Lanznn, Scott Larsen, Loni Lar- son, William Lasher, Donald Laufl-r, Douglas Law, .lavk Legg, Helen Leh- man. Ninth Row: Dawn Lemar, Susan Lil- jegren, Ruth Linrlemann, Lisa Liv- ingston, Ann Lockwood. Gary Lork- woml, Pamela Logsdon, Christina Loslos, Viruinia Lnuizhrnan. 'l'4-nth Row: Luann Luehring, Sharon Lukcr, David Lykken, Janire Lynn, Laurie Aletlallum, Mona McClellan, sharon McGrath, Kathy Mel-Iugh, Kathleen McKay. lfllt-vi-nth Row: Karen McKay, Ter- rvnre McLaughlin, Nancy McMillan, Jake Maas. Lisa Maas, William Mac- key, Susan Maerker, Torlcl Main. Mivhael Mangan. 'l'u's-Ifth Row: Chris txlarkstrom, Chris- topher Marszalck, Walter Maun. D0- anne Meacham, Paula Mechling, Bon- nie Mensching, Janis Meyer, Juclilh Michalski, Bill Michalson. Thirtvvntli Row: Donna Miller, Pa- tricia Miller, Pamela Miller, Dave Mills, Elizabeth Moore, Dana Morken, Eliot Morris, Linda Moyer, Ann Na- kutny. lfourh-t-ntli Row: Cathy Narup, J. P, New, Maurive Newlin, Mary Newsome, Leanne Niell. Mark Nieninzyk, Tom Noerenberg, Craig Nolancl, Vickie Oas. Class of 1972 First Row: Elizabeth Oestmann, Kath- leen Olsson, Pat Oneal, Joann Oppen- heimer, Terry Ormsbee, D. A. Ort- man, Susan Padgitt, Amy Parch- mann, Jack Parker. Sem-and ltmy: Janice Parvin. Pamela Patherg, J 0 h n Patterson, Kathy Pearce, Linda Peckham, Lorraine Pe- dersen, Anna Pclland. William Peter, Ken Peters. 'I'hiril Itow: David Petersen, Laurie Peterson, David lietrovski, Roxanne Petrucci, Marjorie Phillipp. Maureen Piper, Joanne Plessncr, Timothy Po- gal, Andrea Polites. Fourth Row: Richard l"orowslii, An- drcw Powell, Mark Prentiss, Julie Przcbieda, Deborah Quick, Harharrx Raitt, Michael Rallo, John Ramsey, Ka- thy Reckert. Fifth Row: Melanie Reed. Bryn Reese, Carol Regione, Brian Reirler, Carol Richards, Kathy Roche, Tim Rolzc, Larry Rnovaart, Linda Ross. Sixth Row: Jon Rowader, Nancy Ru- din, Slnzanne Ruff, Patricia Ruseh. Gary Russell, Colleen Ryan, Sheryl Ryclcaert. Lenore Rypkema, Steve Sad- licki. Seventh Row! Tim Sands, Mary San- telli. Milan Savich, Kenneth Sawusch, Hildy Set-vers, Jeffrey Seiler, Lloyd Sexton, Barbara Sherman, Denise Sher- man, Eirfhth Row: Susan Shields, Nancy Si- mon, Laura Sivertsen, Donna Sko- glund, John Slezak, Gail Smith, Maurita Smith, Steve Smith, Terry Smith. Ninth Row: Michael Sorensen. Tom Spaeth. Laurie Spencer. Marie Snlitt. Alice Spnerlein, Elizabeth Stanczzak, Stephanie Staurler. Patricia Stehhins. Meryl Lee Steele. T1-nth Row: Scott Stingraher, Karen Stephens, Jim Stoll, Peter Stull, Janet Sundeen, Rick Sundquist, Richard Swisher, Deborah Teuchert, Kevin Thai. Ifilew-nth Row: Deborah Thalman, Ron- rla Thomas, Gail Thompson, Brian Thornton, Marcia Tindall, Mark Taber- nian, l-Irie Tolleison, Deborah Tonne- sen, Nancy Brousscau. 'l'n1-Iltli Row: l-Imadene Travers, Gayle Trulove. Nancy Urhan. Scott Vantlel- len, Joy Vandy, Fred Yogt, Gary Voight, Alan VVap.:ner, Cynthia Wag- ner. Thirteenth Row: Laura Wagner, Rich- ard Wagner, Brian Walker. Blarilaret Wall. Pamela Walsh, Kimberly Ward, Nancy Warnecke. Greg Watland, Sandra VVeber. Fourteenth Row: Ann Weher. Stacia W'eher, Sharon VVellhansen. D 0 n iz Wells, Bill Welton. David Vi'enzel, Mary Wenzel, Mark Werking, Barry Werner. ge - xl.. - i .Sz V it 'A ' ' :M ':, K' '.,- L A 'V ,A,f314 J' fl 4:5 . . A ' 4 .- f ,' -ii he ' 11? on ' ' A s I, Q x F. C VA k -,,.f.v X ' ,. 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V" ' A ,7 fy , J, LVV, 1? ,, i r . x Q , , ' 5 K f Q, - 2- L ,.x, , J , ' 2 1l Ex 'mm firm K' X is , l .., at 1, ' "" i' , . M We e i e - ff' 'fra J J I Q.,V. ,iz J 3, 73, . , 5 L . A Qv. QA ,V . A 't el' ' l V 3, W W. ,, t A y , mi: ' 5 .4 ir, I M Q ,tar A t , V 1 Y, , L ' mi -i'1 ff 5555 ' 34.-, 1 ' 'Ffi'?il ' ' 3:53 K -- y -ff "fr C .. - r M " ir we -ff, I 'Af .-FB. ,Q tw. 1 I - - ' - -2 i11 . - 'i L f y , A fr C .Ji if W 1 i f . , .' . ' L. L' , 'fi I E . it , i i - ' , 1 Qi AW ' -1 1 it fy X r . l W My gi' rl . 2 l' ' 2 S iiiil 3. -4 Q - i ,fi -1 i 1 .- ' ' N " Xi, 1 . Q .1 fix V 4,--,i it g,I.'QT2Q5 3,3255 ' -5 ' , - 5 Q V 'I' 1' fr' ' C, J , ,A it , A g, . fiflfb , ' N- if . 4 ' ' HFWW YQ, G' P ' X ,., is9."u 3' " J A'AA i ' ' , gf'-in -X' lK ,V 'S 5551. W -4 7' W 'Q X- at , dr, f 1 , V L-'- V , "L-X l w ., . . . L 1 f 1 'J 172 Freshmen First lhnv: Carol Werner. Christine Westphal, Marcia Vllestphal, Robert Wheaton, Lynne Wheeler, David White. Steven Wiclclrss, Lorie Wickstrom, Richard Wiegel. S4-1-mul Iimv: Peggy Wilbins, Timothy Will, Ray Williams, Jean Wilson, Beth Winters, John Winters, Anne Woods, Gayle VVoods, Barbara Wray. 'l'hirtl Row: Mike VVroblewski, Doug- las Wunderle, Jeffrey Viiysocki. James Yeazel, Mary Yorke, Coleen Zitzer, Pattie Zoellick, David Zonsius, Franklin Adams. Fourth Row: Susan Alexander, Andrea Amato, Jim Anderson, VVenwly Aspiu. June Austin, Steve Bach, Dave Bark. Rhonda Barrett, Gordon Barse. Fifth Row: Terry Bart, William Barton, Donna Beebe, Debra Bell, Janet Ben- son, John Beresheim, Thomas Bieher, John Blair, Laurence Bossert. Sixth Row: Teddy Bouffard, Dawn Bowes, Gary Browarlc, Edward Bub- litz, Nancy Buehne, Debra Bunn, Cath- erine Burke, Edward Carpenter, Jeff- rey Chase, Sevviiih linw: Susie Chin, Gail Chodera, Doug Clark, Cheryl Colson, Alan Conrad, Frank Constantino, Stephen Cook, Bill Cournoyer, George Craw- Iorrl, Eiglith Row: Mary Lee Cronin, Cath- erine Danker, Mike Darcy, Carolyn Dawson, Robert Dempsey, Jennifer Dix- on, Lisa Domek, Tom Dutt, Constance Dwyer. Ninth Row: William Edmondson, Jan- ice Esterl, Robert Fanning. Steven Fin- negan, James Fitzpatrick, Patti Furry, Margarita Gaenzle, Mike Gillig, Glenn Glassie. Tenth Raw: Donna Glassner, Kathleen Goebhert, Anne Gormly, Daniel Hahn, Ron Hankley, Lynn Harper, James Hauer, James Heithrink, William Hell- er, Iilvvo-nth Row: Charles Herchline, Joyce Herrmann, Kent Hippie, Keith Hodor, Brian Hogan, Bill Houseknecht, R0- hert I-lughes, David Irlhackcr, Bruce Isaavsun. 'l'weli'th Row: Linda Isaacson, Diaia Jessogne, Jean Jessup, Stephen Jurto, John Kelly, Steven Kijak, John Kip- ley, Richard Kolari, Dale Komarek. Thirteenth Row: Lida Kreidich, Tuna Kr0l'l, Linda Kruse, Keith Kubicek. Edward Leister, Catherine Lentine, Mi- chael Lissner, Jim Lloyd, James Lo- cascio. Fourteenth Row: John Ludolph, Paul McElhuse, Dan McVey, Cornelius Mae- Carthy, Bonnie MacFarland, Jim Ma- chas, Todd Martin, Terry Martinson, James Miller. Class: of 1972 First Row: Michavl Mitchell, 'I.i-sl:-0 Monahan, Susan Moon, Uhcryl Murlgv, Mary Muvlll-r, Pamela Murphy. Miko Musich, Tliomzis Nirhulson, Kathy Nirk- ol. Sorond Row: David Norrlylu-, Kathleen Olson, Melissa Opela, Frank Paarfiiw ser, David Page, Georgv Pauv. Barbara Vamp, Robert Parks. Third Row: Robert Poalv, Paul Pon- nings, Clarl-L Pvtrie, 'l'vi'i'n-rico Platt, Alan Plaza, Mary Ann Pliska. Michael Praflie, Jumlg Pi-ochaska, Gregory Quirl. Fourth llmr: Bob Quigley. Kriston Ren-vas, Sally Reinhardt. Lynn Ro- bertson, R. Roths-nlvacli, John Slwrmli. Linda Shertoll, Suzanne Schzu-fur, Alan Sroli. Fifth Row: Terry Shattuck, Mary Shcrtz, April Siegfried, Troy Slinlzurml. Suzannm- Small, Dennis, Stout. Rohr-rl Stuhinpr. Gary Stumpf, Bill Tarchala. Sixth Row: Toe 'l'e-mlm, Margaret The-- lander, Dehra Thiolon. Joy Thomas, Ray Thursen Walden 'l'opaIovich, Mirh- ael Topp, Kini Vollenrlorf, Ralph Von Gerhard. Seventh ltuwi Miclizml XYurns, Daviml W'ehmann, Susan Vl'icklt-iss, .lanct Wil- liams, Mary Wirka, Lawrvnun Wolff. Katherine Vlfonfl, Philip Woulf. Carl Wysocki. Eighth Row: Christine Yonlu-rs, Mich- ael Yore, Ri:-haril Znksas, Cristy Zuok, Mary Hvile, Rory Hull, Margo Junos, Dorotwy Mitchell, Ravi- Pfister, Iiorlo XK'elzel'. I fa' ,. VJ wg f A I -5 A " of? -7' fl 47 Q it fs! ' V , 'X si A E 5, 1 i . 5 A x i YHA li W sf ' V ,Il t Y l V V N 'A X-,-iw. i iiii Ex ' i ' " l it ,, 'ff ' s Rx L' ' i t 'r":Y mis x ' ' W-f 'f g SEM -- as x . , ' . 1 1, ' ' L ' - . . N n Q l - Avi! pp p 'W f it ' 5- , , 4- .. , . ff A Q, fi i im ' A W X .. -I i g xi' 1 'A 5 K fif it W if i .R -4 X. ,M 1-,ge - ,.', Craig Noland fIlfHJI'I'j looks skcplically :ll Donna Skog'luud's attempts no make it' big in thc barber profession. Oscar. the human body Uwflb bcuomcs llu' first heart Lrsmsplanl patient of a famou: AHS surgeon in training for thc Mano Clinic. 173 . 3 All's Well That Ends Well-Hei his Finishes 1969 Ann Clournoyer Lindsey Barton Debbi Ferguson Kathy Geertv Pat Givens Pam lsiglord -Ian Ciorhran Ginny Hawley Pau Kamp Karen Markstrom Daved by the debris of the yea1r's work are Mr. Bot-sel and his hard- working' llOlllCI'll2ll'iC1'S of .xIllCl'll'1'l, the "greatest yearbook stall' ever." june, 1060 and Heights - at completed year and conipleted book oi' nieniories thanks to the 2lSSlSl2ll1CC and cooperation ol many. Special apprefiation is ex- tended to the inspiring Mr. Rob- ert C. lioesel, who laept diligent wateh over the Hniglzls flock by day. Cooly turing all the lieaclzurlies when Ml-Ielp!" berznne a Hcighls- hold word were our dedieated edi- tors, Mary Donn Rossi and Julie Nowaek. YVC sincerely wish to thank the following organizations and peo- ple lor our photographs: John Pollitx and Root Photographers lor general photography: Ray Bensong and Carl lVysoeki and the Nickerson Photo Cloinpany for play pictures. Thanks also to John Fans for writing the track and football copies, Mr. Robert NlCl'1'il112lll. cover lll2lllllllHCIlll'Cl', Hr. David McConnell, patient printer, and especially to "U little" l.z1rrv YVells, engraver. 174 ' HIYIGIITS HOUR STAFF Colleen Gnilloil Debbie Moss Betsy Rossi Kathy XVaara AFTIC R SCHOOL STAFF .lean Milburn Pain Miresse Anne Owens. Artwork Kris Rongner jane Xllhitenell John Pollitl, Plrotograpliy' Pondering past. piras. eopious Copies, and laborious layouts, at happy Ileiglllx staff giggles with glee over assorted 2lt'COll1PllSllI1llflllS and collapses into a Collected Calm Aagaarcl, Donna J. C15 v.v,.,, 159 Aagaard, Paula M. Q31 .... 102. 157 Abel, Glenn L. C23 .. .... 107. 163 Abel, Joyce A. 145 .,,......,...,,.,,.. 132 "A" CLUB .. ,...,,..........V,Y,V,,,, ............ 1 30 Adam, Jeffrey K. C23 ...... 163 Aclamini, Karen R. 121 .... 163 Adams, Elizabeth A. 133 .,.. 86, 87. 93, 156 Adams, Franklin T. OH 95, 172 Adams, Judy Linn 143 ..,..,., 117, 132 Adams, Margaret A, C47 T, 149 ADMINISTRATION ,. .,....... .. ........ .. 55 Agnes, Dennis R. C31 H --.. 115, 157 Aguirre, David J. 14' ..ff,, ,1,.----- 1 32 Ahnquist, Karen J. 121 ........ 83, 89, 162, 163 Albright, Clint M. 111 .. ,..... . 169 Albright, Lloyd L. Q23 ,. S7, SS. 95, 163 Alderson, Patricia A. C31 ......,.. 157 Aldcrsun, Richard M. Q43 .... 95, 103. 1 2 Alexanclar, Susan A. KD .... , .... 172 Alexandc-r, Christina 133 160 Alexander, Frank G. 125 163 Alexander, William 113 .. ..., 169 Alendorph, Arthur C45 - 132 Alm, Debra f2J ..........,,.,,...., .,.. 1 63 Alm. James R. 131 4. ..1.. . 115- 157 Almbald, Janet 123 ........ 82, 101, l63 Almclale, J0an M, 127 --.. 99, 107 163 Almdale, John W. 133 ............ , 157 Amato, Andrea L. Q15 , ......,,... 172 Andersen, Marjorie S. 413 169 Anderson, Mary E. 13h .,,,.... S9, 157 Anderson, Barbara L. 147 ........ .. 132 Anderson, Curl J. 13p . 115, 128, 157 Anderson, Gary E. 145 ..,..... 24, 42. 43, 106, 108, 132 Anderson, Jim R. 411 ......... 172 Anrlvrson, Janet L. ill ........ 90, 169 Anderson, Janice L. 135 ............ 157 Anderson, Jean M. 611 .... . .... 90 Anderson, Keith R. 421 .... 93, 110, 163 Anderson, Patrick J. 121 .... 163, 166 Anderson, Peter D. 117 .... 116, 129 169 Andres, Lawrence E. 141 .... 103, 132 Angeloff, Carla A. 131 .... .,..... 1 57 Angeloff, Linda M. C21 107, 163 Annen, Craig N. Q13 ................ 163 Antrim, Rodney M. Hi ............ 132 Archibald, Diane P. C33 156, 157 Archibald, Susan L. 111 .... . ..... 169 Argust, David D. 131 ........ 112, 122, 130, 157 Armour, Richard M. Cid ........ 37. 113, 119, 157 Armstrong, David M. Q41 106, 132 Armstrong, Debbie A. flj ,... 169 Aronson, Carole J. C11 . 169 ART CLUB ............................ .... . . 96 Aspin, Wendy L. L13 ..,..... 172 ASTRONUMY CLYB . ..... ................ 9 6 Atkins, Janet T. C37 ...... . 156, 157 Atwater, Mark A. 111 ......., 91, 116 169 Audette, Nancy J, 433 .,.. 157 Auge, Barbara L. 131 .. 93, 157 Austin, June E. 111 ..., ..,.. 1 72 AVC CAMERA CLUB ..... .......... 1 01 Auxier, Michael C37 .. ....... ........ 1 57 Bach, Steve R. OJ ............ 116. 172 Baer, Rub 133 , ...... 38, S-1, 125 Baird, Heather E. 131 ...,.,,. . 157 Bakas, Steven J. Q31 ........ 32, 128, 157 Baker, Jeffrey A. C15 .. ..... 113 169 Baker, Scott G. 121 ....... .. 163 Bakowski, Edwin C. ffl! ..... .... 1 63 BAND ,,,,.,. ,,....,...................... ...... 9 3 Bang, Leslee A. 141 .... 132 Banie, James K. C37 ....... 157 Banie, Laura Kay 113 ,,...., .. 169 Banko, Dianne K. K3J . . 82, 111, 157 Bahia, Charles D. 4123 .. ....... 163 Bark, Dave A. ID .,.. .......... 1 72 Barker, Joanne M. Q11 . ..... 90, 169 Barkou, Marilyn 135 ...... .. 160 Barna, Esther L. K25 ................... 163 Barnett, Scott A. 113 ........ 113, 169 Barody, Margaret C21 ........ .,......,,,, 1 63 Barrett., Patricia J, 143 .......... . 152 Barrett, Rhonda M. 111 ........ 90, 172 Barrett, Tom D. C33 ..........., ., 157 Barry, Patrick Q21 .,,,..,..,.,.... 129, 163 Barse, Gordon G. Il! ........ . .... 172 Bart, Terry W. f1J . ..... 121, 172 Bart, Thomas P. Q45 ........ ....... . .. 152 Bar-tels, Donna L. L33 ........ 89, 157 Bartholomew, VVayne C41 .... 115, 132 Bartik, Kathleen A. 121 .....,, ........ 1 63 Barton, Cynthia G. 121 ............ 163 Barton, Lindsey C. C33 ........ 74 76, 77, 105, 156, 157, 174 Barton, WVilliam R. Q13 .. ....... 172 BASEBALL ....... ....................... 4 2, 106 Bashleben. Jerry 139 .... .... .... 1 1 8 Baschleben, JoAnn Q23 ...... . 163 Index IEASKETBALL ...,....,..,,,, .. . . ..... , 24, Battistoni, Orchard MJ .... 84, Bauer, Donald J. 141 ..,. ..,,,,,, Bauer, Randolph P. 135 .,.. 157, Bauer, Robert S. KD .. Bauler, Nancy T. 125 .... ., 39, Bauler, Noel F, I-11 .. ...... ...... . .. Baumgartner, James A. 4'-11 .... 24, 25, 74, 106, 105. 115, 130, Baumgartner, Nancy f2b .... 74, Bauske, Brooks 129 ......., ,. .. Bayerl, Nancy J. 123 . . .... .. Bayuk, Karen L, IU ..,.. .. 97. Bebber, Thomas W. 121 Becker, Bonnie Sue Mr .... 85, 101, Becker, Donald 121 ...... ,. Beckley, Greg MJ . .... .. ,. Beckman, Barb .l, 123 ......... .. Beckman, Gordon W. 115 ..,......... Beckman, Mary F. 127 ,,,, Beclnarz, Carol J. 421 , .,.... 100, Beilnarz, Walter J. 14,1 .,,. 128, Beebe, Donna M. 119 .... ......... Behn. Peter E. 1-19 ,, Behrens, Todd :141 ,,,, ,,,, Behrle, Diane L. 123 .... 82, Bell, Debra J, C13 ,,.....,....,. ... Bellito, Thomas H. L33 , ,,.. , 87, Belzer, Debra A. 123 .,.. Benseman, Kim M. Ml Benszsten, Paul C, 133 ....... Benisek, Robert E. 13: Bi-nsinger, Marcia 123 .... Benson, Janet A. Q13 .. , Benson, Patricia A. flu ...,,,,,.,,. Benson, Raymond VV. my ........ Beresheim, John C. ill .... ..... . . Barge, Ola L. 121 ,,,. Berggren, Cheryl 147 .. 75, Bergstrom, Laura A. 133 .... . 117, 156, Bergstrom, William S. 133 ........ Bernharcly, Jill i-lr ........................ Berry, Angela J. 413 .... , 90, 168, Bianca, Josephine A. My ........,... Bianca, Judith I-ii ., ,,.....,... . 102, Bialek, Stephanie J. 143 ........ 21, Bialkowski, Gary E, 433 Biallcowski, Kim T. C11 . Bieber, Donald 147 ,. .,.. 94, 97, Bieber, Rieber. George lf. 421 .. Joanne M. 139 ,,,. Bieber, Thomas 111 .....,,....,....,... Rigford, Pamela L. H31 .. T6 83, 34, 107, 156, 157, Bird, Anthony 1-ld ,,,, ,.,,.,,, 1 03 Bird, Carolunn M. fl!! .....,.,,,,, Bittner, Bruce M. 121 ,.,..,., 116, Biwer, David J. Q43 .. ...,.. . . Blair, John G. 117 .. Bjornson, Cheryl A. Q43 ......, ........ Blakeman, June L. 143 ,, Blnkeman, Richard c. f1j'M" 163 Blackberg, Kevin D. 14+ ., .... 827, Blackwell, Bruce 141 ,,... .. 79, 133, Bless, Jacquelyn My .. Blocki, Linrla J. 121 , Bloom, Cheryl L. ill Blomquist, Brent C31 ...,.... Blomquislf Cristina Q31 Bloss, Diane M. Q23 ,,,, , Bluhm, Patrick A. L31 .. Blum. Marshall K. 1121 Blum, Robert C. f2r ,,,,. Boehler, Jeffrey A. 131 Bohn, Steve C13 ............ Bolduc, Brian J. 143 . .... . Bolduc. Gail H. KZJ .. 117, 89, Bnkelmann, James R. 131 130, Bond, George, B. 131 ,.,.,,,,,.,, Bossert, Dennis A. rm Bosserl, Laurence A. 411 .......... . Bossunxl, Larry A. L27 .... 116, Bouffard, Deborah C35 ., Bouffarrl, A. J. Teddy UB Boulos, Gary A. 123 .... . ........ , Bowen, Marjorie J. 131 , .... ,, 18 75, 88, 117, Bowes, W. Dale 435 .................... Bowes, Dawn E. Q13 ........ ........ BowJer, Lynne 137 ....... Boyd, Barbara. 135 ....,................... Boylan, John M. Q33 ........ Boyles, Boyles, Brady, Brady, Brand, Richard H. 13a Donald R. 119 .... , Jeffrey C43 ., Judith V, Q-U 120, Donna s. up ..... , 64, 108 96. 132 132 161 1 69 163 132 12, 132 162 163 163 163 169 1673 98. 132 163 132 163 169 163 107, 163 130, 132 172 132 149 163 172 88, 157 163 152 157 157 163 172 169 126, 132 172 163 100, 132 83. 157 157 149 107. 169 102. 132 152 152 157 169 124, 132 163 157 172 TS, 174 1312 163 163 132 172 132 133 121, 169 132 154 133 163 169 157 157 163 157 163 163 157 167 133 '163 106, 157 157 152 172 121. 163 157 172 163 45, 157 160 172 157 157 157 169 157 169 133 133 Brandt, Ricliard f2J .... ..... 163 Brzxnkovich, Elisabeth My ........ 88, 133 Brantner, Sandra L. MJ .....,.. 85, 149 Brask, David A. 421 123, 163 Brask, Gerald I. C41 ..... ..........,. 1 33 Braiko, Craig M. C13 ..... ., 116, 169 Bratko, Garrcil i3J V 109, 115, 127, 157 Brauer, Mark W. C45 ...... ,, 80, Bl, 133 Brauneis, Susan M. Q11 100, 169 Braunsreuter H Gary K11 ,.., 121, 169 Bremer, Charles 131 ., .... 157 Bremer, Penny M. 113 .,..........,... 169 Brennan, Frank R. 131 157 Brennan, Thomas P. f2J .... 107, 163 Bressler, Barbara L. 131 .. 157 Brex, Richard 433 ........ ., 157 Brice, John P. fl! ...,........ 116, 169 Brice, Susan C. 443 .................... 133 Bright, Robert D. 147 .. ....... 133 Brink, Donna M, 431 .. 157 Briscoe, Karen E. C21 ...... 89, 169 Broadfoot, James M. f2b ..... ...... 1 63 Broadioot, Thomas 141 ..... .... 1 33 Brock, Ralph E. Mb ......... .... 1 33 Brockman, David C. f31 ...., 157 Broderick, Janet L. 123 ........,. .. 163 Broderick, Kevin 131 ......... .... 1 57 Brodnan, John M. L21 .... 107, 110, 163 Brogrlon, Stephen N. fi!! .... 121, 163 Bronwell, Cynthia L. fl? ,...,,,,,,.. 169 Bronwell, Rick W. 113 ........ 91, 110, 169 Brooke, Debbie E. 111 .. 90, 169 Brooke, Ricky J. 113 .... 110, 116, 169 Brooks, Roy C. 421 ....... N., 107, 163 Brousseau, James C45 .... 34 120, 130. 133 Brousseau, Nancy A. fly ..,. 111, 171 Brousseau, Pai M. 13a .... 120, 157 Brouwer, Diane M. 137 ....... .... 1 57 Browark, Gary J. C13 .... 116, 172 Brown, Deborah E. C43 R4, 90, 149 Brown Gail A. f2J .. .... 97, 163 Brown James K. 131 .. ........ 157 Brown James W, fl! .... 116, 169 Brown Julia A. 123 ...... .... 166 Brown Kathleen A. C35 ............ 157 Brown Larry R. 133 ....,, ..,.,,,,.,,, 1 57 Brown Linda J. 147 ........ ........ 1 33 Brown Marianne Q43 ........ 79, 133, 155 Brown. Mark K. 429 ...... ........ 1 63 Brown, Robin L. 411 ......,,,,.,,,,,,,,,,, 169 Brown, Rebecca S. Q23 , 166 Bruhnkc, Scott R. 127 ........ 121, 163 Bruner, Debra A. 133 ....... .... 1 11, 157 Bryk, Kathleen S, l-U . .........,..... 133 Bryk, Wilham T. 125 ................ 166 Bublitz, Edward G. CU .... 172 Bublitl, James A. C31 ........ ., .. 157 Buckingham, Lynn M. fill ..,.. . 163 Buckingham, Scott D. 133 .. 101, 157 Buckingham, Thomas A. f2J .... 169 Buechner, Michael C. 133 ........ 157 Buehne, Nancy C. ill ..... ,. 90, 172 Buehne, Richard A, Q41 .,.. 92, 93, 106, 130, 133 Bukowski, Patricia f2J ......... . 163 Bukowski, Peter 137 .... ...... 1 15, 157 Bunn. Dcbra L. C11 ............ 90, 172 Rnnnelle, Mary A. 133 ..... 97, 117, 157 Bunnelle, Paul A. Q1 ,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,, 1 63 Burch, Beverly, 111 .. 86, 90, 169 Burch, Christine A, 1:31 , ,,,,,,,,,, 157 Burger, David 413 ........ ..... ,.,, 1 6 9 Burirer, Linnea 129 ....,. . 60, 162, 163 Burnet, Wayne E. 131 ............ 157 Burk, Debra J. f2J ......,. 162,163 Burke, Catherine E, fn ,,,,,,,,,,,, 172 Burke, James J. 43h ...... ..... 1 60 Burke, Michael V. Q23 .... ..... 1 67 Burkc, Penelope A. 121 ,,.,. 167 Burkett., Blake R, 131 ,,,,,,,,,,,, 157 Burkhzirdt, Mary Jo C23 .... ....., 1 63 Burklmrflt, Pamela J. CU .... 74, 169 Burkharrli, Suzanne C11 .. ..., 90. 169 Burkitt, Jean M. 133 . 97, 157 Buriing, Jeff A. up ..116, 123, 169 Burlingame, Run T. KD ........ 91, 169 Burra, Nancy L 133 ............ 157 Buschart, VVilliam D, C21 ........ 93, 163 BUSINESS EDUCATION CLI B .... 85 Butler, Lynne D. 132 . ....... 88, 89, Butler, Scott A. KSJ 23, -10, Butler, R. Scott Q41 .... 88. 113, 90. 157 112. 126 133 Buttenob, Chris H. C43 .... 24, 25, 109, 115, Bylski, Karen A. H7 . ...., ., Cadle, Kevin R. Q21 .... Cahill, Lori L. Q23 .. ........ .. 46, Callahan, John A. 441 .. .. . Callahan, Maureen K. C37 .... 111 Camastro. Donnajo l2J A. ..... 162 Cameron, Marianne C41 .......,.... Camp, Joe KZ! . ........... .................. . Campbell, Kathy A. L23 91, 97 108 152 133 163 163 133 , 157 , 163 149 127 , 163 Campbell, Robert P. 141 ........ 133 Car:-mei, Susan M. 111 .. 83, 93, 169 CARDE'l"l'ES . ......... .. ....... ...... ..... I l l CARDINAL , ........ .,............. . .. 78 Carclinell, Candice E. Ill .... .. 169 Carl, Gary D. 1-17 ......... 149 Carl, Linda S. 113 .................... 169 Carlsen, Bruce G. 127 92, 93, 110. 125, 163 Carlsen, Philip B. 115 93, 169 Carlson, Amy J, Mr ...... .. ,,.... 133 Carlson, Audrey J. 435 ,... , 88, 157 Carlson, Christine L. 133 .... 157 Carlson, Betty J. Q17 ............ 90, 169 Carlson, Mark R. 411 .... 116, 129, 169 Carlson, Thomas E. 111 ........, .. 133 Carlstrom, Constance 141 .. 133 Carncross, Steven Q29 ........ 129, 163 Carpenter, Edward F. 113 .... 116, 172 Carpenter, Kathleen 121 .....,. ,... 1 69 Carroll, Thomas L. 127 .. 107, 163 Carsten, Paula D. QZJ .... 97, 162, 163 Carter, Suzanne 141 . 83, 88, 97, 149 Casavant, Howard E. 121 .... 116, 163 Cassidy, Sally A, Q15 ..,.,.., .. 169 Cassidy, Sheila 432 ...... ...... . . 157 Cassidy, TereSa F. C43 .... 79, 107, 133 Catlin, Virginia M. 413 .... 104, 169 Chulifoux, Daniel R. i3J ........ 157 Chambers, Don W. 113 .... 110, 116, 169 Chapman, George S. C33 .... 95, 97, 127, 157 Chapman, Greg L. L23 123, 125, 163 Chapman, John H. C13 ..., 113, 129, 169 Chapman, Roger A. C35 .... .. 28, 29, 94, 106, 122, 157 Chase, Jeffrey P. C13 110, 116, 172 Chase, Steven S+, 121 ........ 86, 107, 116, 129, 163 Ulll'IERl.EADl'IRS ..,,,,.,,,,,,,,,, ,, ,,,,, 104 K'lIl'lMlS'l'RY l'Ll'B ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,- 31 Chiclley, Mark A. Q13 ..,..... 116, 129 Chin, Eddie f2J ......... ............ 1 63 Chin, Susie fly .,,. ,..,,,,,,.,,,,, ,,,,,, , Y 172 Choilera, Gail M. C13 ,,,,,,, 172 CHESS ULIIB ...,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,, ,,,, 9 5 Christensen, Dianne C47 .... . 79, 97, 98, 133 Christensen, Joan K. 629 ................ 163 Christensen, Sue J. 143 ............ 152 Christian, Diane M. L45 ..... .. S5, 133 CHRISTBIAS BALL , ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 32 Christopherson, Cathy 141 1 88, 134 Christopherson, Nancy 149 92, 117, 134 UHORAIJICIRS ..... .................,. ............ 9 0 Cisewski, Louwanne M. 431 .... 102, 157 Clarbour, Richard 1113 ....., , . 149 Clark, Bruce T. 421 .....,.. 116, 163 Clark, Candace L. 121 ,, ......,, 163 Clark, Douil W. ill ......... .. 172 Clark, Kristin B. L33 1, .,., 105, 156 157 Clark, Mary 135 ,,..., , ,,,,.,,, ,,,, 1 50 Clarke, Michael J. 121 .... 83, 125, 163 Clarke, Bobette, M. 131 157 Clarkson, Cheryl L. f2y ,,,, 83, QT' 162, 163 Clausing, Marianne S. Q33 .... 74, 83, 156, 157 Cli-ary, Stephen D. f3J ,,,,,,,,,,,, 157 Cleary, Susan E. 111 ............. ,. 169 Clemmons, Karla A. 12h ........ 100, 163 Clemmons, Keith E, 143 ,,,,,,,, V 134 Cleveland, Mike P. L11 ..,.. ,, 116, 169 Cochran, Janet K, 131 ,,,, 76, 111, 156. 157, 174 Cochran, William A. 122 ..,,,., 113, 127,163 Codxlington, Paul A. Q33 93, 150 Coffin, Richard B. Q13 .,,, 116, 129 169 Cofoid, Charles T. C41 ,,,,,, ,,,,, 1 34 Cohan, Mike H. YD VVVV 113, 129, 169 C0lhUl'Yl, Chary R. C43 ...,,..,, ,,.... 1 34 Colianni, Albert, J. fl? . 110, 169 Collins, Judith G, 431 .,,, 14, 74, 104, 156, 157 Collins, Nancy E, Q13 N ,,,,,,,,, 169 Collins, Susan J. KD 74, 168, 169 Colson, Carla C21 .,,,,,,,,,,,,A,, .,w, 1 67 Colson, Cheryl L. Q13 ,,,,,,,,,,A, 172 Combs, Craig L. 113 .,,,.,,, 121, 169 Combs, Jeanne KZJ .... 86, 87, 93, 167 Comer, C. Ann Q41 ,,,,,,,,, , ,,,, 134 Comer, Robert A. 117 .,,,,, ,, ,,r, 116 COMMENCEMENT ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 51 Conklin, Brian C21 .... 87, 119, 163 Conley, Cindy A. ill ........ 87, 169 Connor, Sharon C27 .... 100, 107, 167 Conrad, Alan K. C12 .... 92, 93, 121, 172 Conrad, Dennis L. C43 .... 75, 89, 92, 124, 134 Constantine, Frank Q13 ....,.....,,.... 172 Conti, Barbara A. C11 ........ 111, 169 175 95, 97, 98, 1491 Conway, Gail F. Q43 .... . Conway, Thomas E. Q33 Cook, John F. Q33 .,....,..... ,.....,,. Cook, Mary A, Q13 .,..,,,,,,,,,... 90, Cook, Sharon L. Q33 .,.,.,., Cook, Stephen W. Q13 ..., . 1 1.63. Cook, Steven R. Q33 ..., 87, 93, Cook, Timothy R, Q13 .... 116, 116 HOOKS .. ,..., .,.,... , Cooper, Steven J. 113 93, Corbett, Richard G. Q13 Corbett, Susan E. Q43 Linda BI. Q43 Janet Q23 93, Corder, Corclingr Corfman, Dana L. Q33 .,,. Corkell. Sean K. Q43 ...,.... Cornelius, Stephen M. Q43 .. "160, K'0ll0NE'I'S .....,..,. ,.... . . ............... Corrado, Frank R. Q13 ..,. 116, Corts, Caryn Q23 . .,..,, ........ 1 07. Cournoyer, Ann K. Q-13 ,,,, 76, 117, 134, Cournoyer, Bill H. Q13 .......,.... .. Courvoisier, Gerald Q13 .. ..... Corwin, Martha L. Q33 .... Cox, Barbara Q43 ........ . ,.,. 103, Cranci, Sue Q13 . ........ .. 107, Cranmer, April Q43 --A- Cranmer, Mel Q23 ..............,,.,.......... Crawford, George Q13 ..........,,,....... CREATIVE W'Rl'l'EllS CLUB Crenner, Constance Q43 ........ 18, Creswell, George Q43 ,,.. 120, 130, Criswell, Betsy Q43 ......,. 117, Crockett, Robert Q43 .... ..., . . 124, Cronaurer, Marianne Q43 ,, .,..... Cronin, Cathleen Q43 .,..., ,.,.,., .. .. Cronin, Mary Lee Q13 .... 82, 104, CROSS COUN'I'ltY ,.......,........... 22, Crowell, Diane M. Q23 .... ,.... Cryer, Catherine Q23 ........ ........ . Csepll, Kathleen Q23 ........ ,.... Culberson, Carol J. Q33 - 74. Cummings, Stephanie Q43 ........ 75, Cunningham, Peggy Q23 ,... 82, Curtin, Catherine M. Q33 ......,. Curtin, John R. Q33 ..,, 112, 137, Cushing, Cathy Q23 .. 89, 95. Cushing, Pattiann Q43 .... 83, 88, Cl STODIANS .,,,....... ,.,..........,.......,.. Cuzzort, Glenn S. L33 ....,... 97, Czerney, Lynne 121 .. Tlabbert, Jack Q43 ............,,,,, Dabbert, Nancy A. Q33 .,,,,,,,. Daczewitz, Cindy Lee Q23 1,,,..,. Dalbke, Carol C. Q13 ..,. 90, 97, Dalbke, Gary R, Q33 . .......-....... e .... e Dal Compo, Frank Q23 ........ 129, Dal Compo, Tom Sf. Q13 ..,. 129, Dale, Janice M. Q33 ..,., ..,, .,.,. Dalley, Nancee Q23 ..,. . 74, 111, Dalton, Daryl Q43 .....,... W Dalton, Denise L. Q33 86, 100, Damm, Janet Q-43 .,.. 88, 117, Danes, Deborah A. Q33 ....,. Dangelo, Michael Q23 .... 116, 129, Danker, Catherine E, Q13 ,,,. Danker, George Q43 ..,...,..... Danna, Patricia A43 .... .. ,.,. 88, Darcy, Mike D. Q13 ...... 113, Dattilo, Gregory Q23 .. ,,., 121, Daube, Larry W. Q33 ,,,, 87, Daughtry, Russell Q23 21, Davirlheiser, Lee A. Q13 .. 90, Davis, Christine Q43 . S5 98, Davis, Craig Q-I3 .....,.. 28, 122, Davis, Cynthia Q23 ..,.....,.,,.,,, Davis, Donna M. Q13 . ,..,,, .. Davis, James 423 ......,..., .,,.,,,,.,,, Davis, Lee Q13 ..,...... . ..,,,,,, 129, Davis, Linda Q33 ,..... ...,.., . ,,..,., , ,. Davis, Scott 123 .,,.,,,, 82, 107, Davison, Nina Gene Q23 82, 107, Dawson, Carolyn S. Q13 90, Dawson, Susan E, Q13 . .,.. 93, Dearen, Denise A, Q33 ..,. 111, Dean, Patricia A. L33 .,., 79 111, DEBATE ..,.. ,,...,,...,........,,....., ,.,,. .,.. Deehring, Craig Q43 .....,. . 88 115, Def-hrinfz, Cynthia Q43 ,... ,,,.,.,.... Deehring, Lesley C. Q33 ,,,., 88, Deevy, John Q13 .... 116, 168, Dejuilio, Patrick Q43 .....,.... .... Delaney, Hart J. Q13 109 116, Delaney, Richard Q33 ....,,,, 115, Dellacecca, Vickie R. Q13 .,..,,,, S3, Dempsey, Robert E. Q13 .... 116, Depew, James 123 ...,........,,.. 116, Desimnne, Donald Q23 ...,..,..,,, ,,,,,.. Devault, Susan Q33 ,,................,. Devine, Thomas Q43 75, 80, 98, Dewall, Nancy Jean Q23 83, De XVitt, Vl'ill Q23 ....,, ,,.,, . Dezonna, Michael Q33 .... 46, 115, Dickinson, Charles Q43 80, Dickinson, Joan Q23 .... 111, 162, Dickinson, Robert Q23 ............,,,. Dieball, Glenn Q43 . ,,,,,,......... 103, Dill, Kathie Q43 ..... ,,...... ....... . . . Dillon, Charles Q23 .... 107, 110, 176 134 157 160 169 157 129, 172 157 169 . 59 169 169 134 134 163 157 134 134 lll 169 163 97, 174 172 169 157 149 169 134 127 172 . 85 82, 155 134 134 134 149 152 172 112 163 163 163 88, 157 134 107, 167 157 157 163 89, 149 . 59 157 163 134 157 163 107, 169 157 163 169 157 162. 163 134 157 134, 155 157 163 172 134 134 172 163 157 163 169 134 134 163 169 163 169 157 163 163 172 169 157 156 157 81 134 134 157 169 134 169 157 169 172 163 163 157 81, 135 163 163 127 135 163 173 135 102 116, 163 DISTRI IZUTIVE EDI'CATION .... 102 DIYERSIFIEID 0f'f'I'PA'I'l0NS .... 102 Dittman, John Q33 , .......,.... 87, 157 Dix, Linda 443 .,,. ,,,,,.,,, ,,,,,,,.,,,, 1 3 5 Dixon, Jennifer Q13 ,,,. 82, 90, 172 Dixon, Timothy Q23 .... ,,..,...,,.. 1 63 Dohbertin, Sharon Q33 ........ 156, 157 Dobhertin, tVhitney Q13 ,,,, 116. 169 Dobstaff, Daniel Q13 .,...... 116, 169 Dolan, Donna Q43 ....,...........,........,,, 135 Dolan, Terrance P. Q13 .,...... 169 Dolinajec, Kathy Q33 ,,,. 89, 99, 157 Domek, Christine Q43 ,,,,,,,,,,,,.,,. 152 Domek, Lisa M. Q13 .... .,,,. 1 72 Donahue, Kathy Q13 .. 169 Donahue, Patrick Q43 .. .,..,,, . 106 Donath, Linila Q43 . ,.....,...,.,,,,,,,,.. 135 lvonchess, Charles Q23 . ,,... 107. 110, 115. 163 Doppke, Deborah A. Q23 .. .... 163 Dore, Janet L. Q13 ..,...,.,,,, 90, 169 Dority, Mary Beth Q23 .....,,. R9. 169 Dority, Michael Q43 ....,......,..,, 126, 135 Dority, Pauline A. Q13 ,, ........ 90, 169 Dorius, Jay C, Q13 .....,.,,,,, 93, 169 Darius, Leslie Q-i3 .... 89, 100, 135 Doubek, Ronald Q33 .,,, 101, 106, 109, 157 Dougherty, Joanne Q13 .. ,,,. 168, 169 Douglas, Scott G. Q23 .... 26, 115, 129, 163 Doyle, Joella Q23 .... ,,,,..,.,,,,,,. 8 2, 163 Doyle, Sherrye L. Q13 .... 99, 1.68, 169 Drake, Elizabeth Q33 ..,,.,,,,....... 157 Drake, Gary L. Q43 .. 12, 13, 34, 120, 130, 150 Draut, Timothy R. Q23 ...,.,,. 163 Duenn, Ronald C. Q43 .....,,,. . 79, 135 Dunn, Colleen 131 .. ........... ,,,..,, ,,,.., 1 6 0 Dunn, Kari L. Q-43 . ..,.. 117, 150 Duro, Jerry A. Q23 .,.,.. ,.... . 163 Dutt, Nancy J. Q33 .. . .... 157 Dutt, Tom J. Q13 .,..,...,, ,,,....., 9 3, 172 Dwyer, Constance M, Q13 , .,.,,.. 172 Dwyer, George C. Q33 ................ 160 Dye, George F. Q33 122, 130, 163 Dyer, Art David Q13 .,., .... 1 16, 169 Early, Cheryl L. Q13 .... .,..... . .,.. 1 69 Early, Elyse M. Q33 .. ,............ 157 Ebel, Paul T. Q43 .,....,..... 135 Ebert, Jeanne Q13 .... 93, 107, 169 Ebner, Bruce R. 141 ..,. ....... . . 135 Eclelblute, Kenneth Q13 129, 169 Edmondson, William B. Q13 ,,.,,.,. 172 Eggert, Arthur F, Q43 ..,......... 152 Eggert, James G. Q23 .........,.. 163 Eggleston, Jeffrey Q23 ........ 100, 163 Ehlers, Krsitine A. Q33 . ..., , 96, 157 Ehlers, Richard M. Q43 .... 32, 98. 126, 135, 155 Elenz, Mark Alan Q13 ,,... 167 Ellertson, Kevin D. Q33 .... 115, 127, 157 Elliott, Judith Q43 .. .,,, 135 Elliott, Treacy T. Q33 ,... ...,. 1 06, 157 Ellis, Donald D, Q33 ............. 157 Ellis, Mike T, Q23 ,...,., ..,,,..,. 1 63 Elsberg, Gene G, Q23 ..,. 107. 110, 116, 163 Eisner, Kathryn M. Q43 .,., 88, 117, 135 Eisner, Richard C. Q23 .... 125. 163 Elwart, Steven P, Q23 ..,. 83, 93, 167 Engelbrutson, Kris Q43 .... 12, 104, 105, 117, 135 Engelking, Glen A. Q33 .........,.. 160 Englamler, Donna Q43 .........,..,.,. 135 Epslcy, Marilyn Q43 ,....,.,,........... 135 Erbach, Patricia Q43 .... 88, 97, 135 Erbach, Sally A, Q23 .... 91, 97, 167 Erbe, Kevin Lyn 123 ..,....,., ....., . . 167 Ercl, Diane Q23 ................,.. ,.,.. 1 66 Ercl, William Q43 ..,..., ., ........ 135 Erickson, Lisa M. Q13 .....,,..,., 169 Erickson, Rick J. Q33 .... 106, 157, 161 Ernst, John James Q23 ...,. .. 166 Esterl, Janice A. Q13 . .... 90, 170 Estrella, Steve A. Q13 . .... 121, 169 Estrella, Susan M. Q43 .... .. .... -135 Flsvang, Linda F. Q13 .... . 90, 169 Esvang, Robert L. Q13 ,........,....,, 169 Everhart, Gregory Q-13 ........ 79, 135 Ewalt, John D. Q33 .... , 157 Ewart, David Q43 .... 12, 14, 32 47. 115, 135, 155 Ewert, Laurel R. Q13 .. .... 82, 90, 169 FAQTLTY .... ........ ..,.... , . .. ,,.,.,.,,, ,... . 60 Fagerson, Gary S. Q43 .. 40, 126, 127. 130, 135 lfagorson, Kathy G, Q13 82, 90, 169 lfaitz, Vivian M. Q13 ..,,.... 111, 150 FALL PLAY ......,. 20 Fanning, Robert T. Q13 ..., 93, 129, 172 Faus, John Q43 .. 78, T9, SU, 135 Feldman, Al R. Q-13 ..., 106, 108, 135 Fellman, Jere Q43 .,.,........... .. 135 Fenlaciki, Jonathan Q33 .,.....,..,. 157 Ferguson, Deborah D. Q43 75 76, 94, 150, 155, 174 Ferrara, Donna J. Q13 ..,. . ....,. 169 Ferrario, Christine QB! ...... 107, 157 Ferris, Michael W. Q43 .. .... 152 Ferry, Leslie A. Q23 ....,... 83, 96, 162, 166 Fiohter, Timothy NY. Q33 128, 157 Ficluccia, Rita Q13 ........., . ......... 169 Ficluccia, Scott A. Q23 . ....... . 163 Field, Sally E. Q43 ,...,,.. .....,... 1 35 Figueroa., Angell Q43 ..,. 21, 22, 74, 75, 112, 136, 153 Fill. Charles W. Q13 ,,,. 110, 116, 169 Fill, Ellen C. Q23 ,.....,.,,.. .. 162, 166 Finnegan, Martha Q43 .......,.. ...,. . 136 Finnegan, Steven K. Q13 ...., . ...... 172 Finney, Janice L, Q43 . .,,...... ......,,, 1 36 Fischer, Randy N. Q23 .... 125, 123. 166 Fischer, Susan E. Q13 ......., , 169 Fitzpatrick, James Q13 ..,. . ........ 172 Fitzpatrick, John J. Q23 .... 113, 127, 166 Fitzpatrick, Timothy Q33 ..,, 74, 157 Flomlin, Marcia A. Q23 .. 91, 107. 166 Floclin, Melinda Q33 .,.. 88, 156, 157 Flores, Mary Q43 .......,...,..........., 153 Flores, Terry Q33 . .,.., ..................... 1 61 Flubacker, Richard W. Q43 .,., 152 Fluhrer, Janet A. Q13 ........ 99, 169 Flulirer, Linda L. Q43 ............ 1-36 Fondrie, Babara K. Q43 ..,. . 45, 51, 75, 92, 117, 136 155 Fondrie, Joanne E. Q23 ,... .... 1 64 FOOTBALL ,.,.,..,.,.... ..........,.,.,.. 7 5, 114 Forch, Nancy A. Q13 .... 169 l-'ord, Karen Q13 .,.,.., ...,....... 1 00, 169 Ford, Michael D. Q23 .... 88, 90, 164 Ford, Michael Lee Q23 ............ 164 Ford, Moira V. Q13 ......,,,....... 136 Ford, Phyllis J. Q13 ........ 93, 169 Ford, Richard F. Q43 H ....... ..,... 1 36 Foreman, Dennis C. Q23 .... 107, 110. 116, 164 Foreman, Nancy C. Q43 ..... 85, 136 Foss, David Q33 . ...,,......,.. ...... . . 157 Fournelle, Donna L. Q23 ,,.,,,., 89, 164 Francisco, Richard Q43 .. .,,. 102, 136 Franrlsen, Candace Q23 ........,.. . 164 Frank, Linda .l. Q43 .. .. 136 Frank, Roger Raymond Q23 164 Frank, Susan L, Q43 . ,,,,,. 85, 136 Franlcovic, Candice Q33 .... 96, 157 Franks, Pamela M. Q13 .,.......... 167 Frantz, S. Kurt Q23 ..,......,,. ,..... . 164 Franzen, Bradley A. Q43 ....,....... 136 Franzese, Ann Q33 .... 19, 88, 90, 157 Freeman, Gail P, Q23 .,,......... 164 Freeman, Michael Q33 . ,............,.. 15S FRENCH CLI'B ..,..... .,.....,,.........,.... 8 3 FRESHDIAN CLASS BOARD .... 168 FRESHBIAN GIRLS' CHORUS ,... 90 Frieburg, John Q33 .. ,.,,....., ,,,...,... 1 58 Fricburg, Michael E. Q13 -------- 97, 169 Friese, Beth M. Q13 ........ 100, 169 Frigo, Frances Q33 .,.. 103, 161 Frisbie, Anne C. Q43 61, 136, 154 Frisbie, Ellen M. Q13 ...,. .. 100, 169 Frisbie, Thomas Q33 .,.... ..... 9 3, 158 Frischmann, Desiree Q13 .,., 90, 9.7. 169 Frometa, Joseph Q33 158 Frometa, Olga M. Q13 ,.........,,. 169 Frossard, Jean C. Q23 ......,. 97, 164 Fuller, Douglas J. Q23 91, 129, 164 Funk, Jacolyn R. Q13 ,.,,...., .. 90, 169 Funk, Keith Q23 ...., ,........ ...,.., . . 125 Furlong, Nita. J. Q23 -,,--..1 .... 1 67 Furlong, Terrence G. Q43 .... 106, 136 Furlong, 'Timothy Q43 ....,... 130, 136 Furman, Nora C. Q13 ........ 169 Furry, Patti L. Q13 .... .... 1 70 FUTURE TEACHERS OF ABIERICA ,...,,.... ,..,.. .. 99 Gaare, Dave A, Q13 .,,. . ........, ..... 1 13 Gaare, Kathleen Q33 ...... ..... 1 01, 158 Gabler, John Carl Q23 116, 127, 129, 164 Gabler, Ruth Q33 .. ,.,.,,... 100, 158 Gaenzle, Edwin Q33 ,,,.... ...... . .. 158 Gaenzlr-, Margarite Q13 ....,,,.. . .,.. 172 Galloway, Elizabeth Q43 .,.. 74, 136 Gamenthaler, Marion Q43 .,,.. ....,. . 136 Ganczali, Linrla. A. Q13 ...... ..,... . 169 Garrlner, Jerry Q33 .....,,,,,. .,., 1 58 Garland John G. Q43 ..... ........,. 1 36 Garland, Karen S. Q23 .. ,,,,,............ 16-i Garms, John Q33 .... 106, 109, 158 Garms, Michael A, Q23 ...... 115. 116, 129, 164 Gauck, Barbara J. Q43 ..,..... 102, 136 Gauck, Dennis J, Q13 .. .,.. ........... 1 69 Gedflis, Michael T, Q13 .......... ..,.. 1 69 Geerlz, Kathryn L. Q43 ..,. 71, 75, 136, 174 Gehrig, Cristine Q33 .... 92, 93, 158 Geiser, Becky L, Q13 74, 90, 168, 169 Geiser, William D. Q43 V. .... 136, 153 Gi-issinger, Jeri B, Q21 ....,... 99, 164 Geissinger, Paul H. Q13 ..........,, .. 169 Gellert, Reinhard Q33 ,,....., 87, 161 Genevich, Roy Q23 .,,, 116, 127, 129, 164 Gcnisio, Diane L. Q23 ....,,,.,.... . 164 Genisio, Verne Q33 .,,,,,.....,..,. 97, 158 Gerleve, Mark M. Q33 ,,........ 158 GEKDIAN BAND ...,.......A...... ...,,,... 9 2 GEILBIAN CLUB ,,.,,... ..... ...,,.,............ 8 4 Gerts, Claudia Q43 . ,.... 78, 79, 136, Getting, Pamela Q43 .,,...., 79, 150 Geyer, Lawrence Q-33 .,,,... . 106, 158 Gibbel, Greg S. Q23 ...,..., 125, 164 Gibbel, John A. Q13 ..,. 121, 168, 169 Gibler, Timothy J. Q43 88, 89, 90, 92, 136 Gillen, Elizabeth A. Q23 ............ 16-1 Gillen, Marilyn M. Q13 ......,.,... 169 Gillig, Lynn M. Q43 ......,..... 102, 136 Gillig, Mike Lee Q13 ......., . 172 Gilmore, Ann M, Q13 ...... . 169 Gilmore, Mary T. Q43 .... 136 Gilmour, Linrla Q33 .. 158 Gimbel, Edward Q33 .... ,,,...,.., . 153 GIRLS' GLEE .. ,,,,,,,,,,,,. . .. 853 GIRLS' llECRlCA'I'ION ASSN. .. 107 Givens, Patricia Q33 76, 77, 156, 161, 174 Givens, Robert R. Q13 .. ....,........,, . 169 Glancler, Deborah M. Q43 ..,.......,. 136 Glanrler, Jean Ellen Q23 164 Glaser, Connie K. Q23 164 Glaser, Donald E. Q43 136 Glaser, James K. Q23 . 164 Glaser, Rick L. Q43 .. ., 136 Glassie, Glenn R. Q13 .... 172 Glassner, Donna L, Q13 ..,,,,,..,.. 170 Gleason, Geoffrey E. Q43 ..........,. 102 Gleason, Robert E. Q43 ,.,,,.,,,,.. 137 Gleichman, Robert Q43 .... 35, 120, 130, 137 Glorl, Sandra K. Q43 .... 102, 137 Glomski, Deborah Q23 ,.., ,.....,.., , . 164 Godwin, Laurie Q33 . ,.,............ 92, 158 Godziclci, Laura J. Q13 .,...........,,, 169 Goilzicki, Raymond P. Q23 ,. .... 164 Goebbert, Kathleen Q13 ..... .. .. 172 Goebbert, Suzanne Q23 .... 90, 92, 164 Goedke, Brian R, Q23 .... 101, 164, 167 Goers, Rick G, Q13 .. ,... .......,...,. 1 69 Golbeck, Bernard J. Q13 ........ 167 Golbeck, Franz J. Q13 ........ 116, 121 GOLF .................................... ...... Il 6, 118 Gong, James Q23 ......,............. . 164 Gooding, Donald T. Q13 ..... . 169 Goodman, Barry Q33 ..... .. 158 Goodman, Ilona S. Q23 164 Gordon, Phyllis Q13 ........... ..,.. 9 2 Gorman, Martha C. Q23 .,....... . 164 Gormley, Anne K. Q13 ......... ....., 1 72 Grabow, Joan L. Q13 ..... ...... 7 4, 169 Grahow, Nancy J. Q43 .... 32, 117, 137 Graczyk, Andrea Q43 ..... ,..... 1 17, 137 Graczyk, Paulette Q43 ....... 82, 137 Graham, Michael J. Q23 .... 116, 127, 164 Graham, Peggay .To Q23 .... 82, 91, 164, 167 Granflt, Craig R. Q13 .... ..... 8 7, 169 Granrlt, David Q33 ....,,.., ..... ......... 1 5 8 Gramlt, William R. Q13 110, 169 Grant, Susan E, Q43 ,. .....,,...... 137 Gorshorn, Ann C. Q23 ........ 83, 164 Grashorn, David W. Q13 .... 113, 170 Grushorn, Susan G. Q43 .... 83, 84, SS, 89, 98, 117, 137, 155 Gray, Lynn A. Q23 .... 111, 162, 164, 167 Gray. Warren C, Q43 ................ 137 Greeley, Paula Q33 ....... . 10, 79, 158 Green, Robert Q33 . ...... ..,......... 1 58 Green, Thomas A. Q43 . ....... . .... 137 Greene, Paul Q33 ........ , 115, 127, 158 Grey. Daniel Q33 ................,..,,... 158 Griffith, Elizabeth Q23 .... 83, 92, 162, 164 Griffin, Deborah Q33 ........ ......,.. 1 61 Griffin, Mark J. Q13 ....... 170 Grizzell, Robert B. Q13 ............ 170 Grub, Patricia E. Q13 ................ 170 Grob, Peggy A. Q23 .... 93, 107, 164 Groh, William J. Q43 .................. . 137 Grom, John A. Q23 ..... ,.......... ..... 1 6 4 Gronlunrl, Alan Q33 ..... .... . ,. 158 Grossnickle, Janet Q43 ............ 117, 137 Grotheer, Valerie Q13 .................... 91 Grump, Gary Q43 ........ ..........,.. 1 52 Grunclhoefer, Dave M. Q43 ........ 137 Grunwald, Gloria L. Q43 ....., ...... 1 37 Guenther, Theodore C. Q43 ........ 137 Guentner, Valerie Q33 ...........,.... 158 Guilfoil, Colleen Q33 .... 8, 74, 76, 77, 156, 158, 174 Guilfoil, Daniel Q33 ...........,..,..... 161 Guilfoil, Gail E. Q23 .... 83, 105, 164 Guilfoil, John H. Jr. Q43 ........... . 137 Gullet, Leslie Q43 .... .... . ...... .. 158 Gunflry, Jane E. Q13 ..,,............ 97, 170 Gumlry, Paul W. Q23 ..,,........ 97, 164 Gustke, Kathleen M. Q23 ,.......... ..... 1 6-4 GYBINASTICS ............................ 34, 120 Haas, Michele, M. Q23 ........ 162, 164 Hacker, Dennis L. Q43 -,.. 88, 137 Hacker, Marilyn Q33 ..,. 156, 158, 161 Hadley, Michael Q33 .... . 115, 158 Hanger, Martha A. Q23 ........ 83, 164 Haepter, Martin A. Q23 129, 164 Haemaker, Gail A. Q43 .... 19, 79, 137 Hagenback, Wendy H. Q43 .... 96, 137 Hagy, Sl. Scott Q23 ........................ 164 Hahn, Daniel F. Q13 .... ...... . . 113, 172 Hahn, Nicholas Q33 ,...... . 93, 158 Hahn, Rick A. Q43 .... 92, 93, 137 Hahn, Steven W. Q43 ...... ,.,.., . 152 Haines, Terry R. Q43 .... 34, 35, 120, 130, 137 Haire, Jeffery H. Q13 .... 110, 116, 170 Haire, Kathleen Q33 ................,... 158 Haldeman, Edward Q23 .... 74, 121, 162, 164 Haldeman, Patricia A. Q43 ........ 137 Halden, Cynthia A. Q23 ......,..... 164 Halden, Thomas D. Q43 .,.. 103, 152 Halek, Fred Q33 .. .... .,.......... 1 05, 161 Halsall, Betsy Q33 .................... 158 Halsall, Robert A. Q43 .........,,..... 137 Hamilton, Eric R. Q23 .... 74, 81, 162. 164 Hamilton, Meredith Q33 .,.... ....... 1 58 Hamiey, Jerry R. Q23 . 164 Hammond, Douglas E. 143 Hankley, Ron C. 113 .... Hansen, 93 129. Diana Lynn 143 Hansen, Holly B. 113 . 100, Hansen, Kimberly A. 113 .,,, . Hanson, Paul J. 123 95, Hapko, Donna 133 ,.,. . 103, Harden, Sue Ann 123 . 83, 162. Harding, Thomas S. 143 . .....,. . Harer, Linda K. 1-13 .. .. Harmon, Bruce W. 1113 75. 901 Harmon, S-heila Jane 143 ..., SS 117. HAll1IONl'IT'l'ES .. Harms, Judy 133 . Harms, Stephen 113 ...... 116, Harper, Lynn A. 113 .... , .,,,,,,, . Harris, Gregory 133 .. 38, 109. 130, Harris, Peggy Ellen 123 .,,, ,,,. Harris, Thomas A, 123 110, Harris, Wllliam J. 143 .. 115, Hurt, Dflvirl 133 ..,......, ,.,.. .,....,. Harth, Denise 123 .... .,,.,, . ,,,, . Harth, Fred 133 . .... 115, 127, Harth, Nancy L. 123 . .,,. Harth, Paul 143 ,..,.,.....,,.....,...,..... Harth, J. Peter 123 ......, 115. Hartig, Michael 133 ,,,, .. .. . Haskins, Christine B. 133 75 SS. Hathaway, Nancy L. 123 Hauer, James L. 113 ....,,, .... 1 16, Hauer, Nancy A. 123 ......... Hauer, Thomas 143 ............ 138. Hauf, Linda B. 133 ...,. . ,,..,,,....... . Hauf, Susan 143 .... SS, 117, Hauff, Dorothy M. 133 .... 88, Hauptly, Janis L. 133 SS, 89, Hauth, Denise D. 123 ..,... ,,.,.... Hawkins, William 123 .. ,.,,.,...... Hawley, Virginia 1113 .... 12, 41, 74, 75, 78, 138 Hayes, Karen J. 113 .... ............ Hayes, Kevin J. 133 ..... ., . 127. 121, Heckenflorf, Cathy E. 133 .,..,,,,... Heckman, Cynthia M. 123 Heffernan, James 113 .... 74, Heffernan, John T. 133 ........... . Heffernan, William 133 .... 74, 127, 154, 156, Heicken, Deborah L. 113 .. 913, 99 Heidt, Corinne E. 113 Heidt, Susan 143 ..,. HEIGHTS ......,..................... Heile, Barbara 133 ..... .. Heile, Mary 111 ...... .. Heimsoth, Dianne 143 ........ 93 "asf Heimsoth, Thomas 133 ................ 168, Heinemann, Wilbert 143 115, Heise, Gordon W. 123 , 116, Heiser, Regina 143 .. 117, H1-isler, Mary T. 133 .... 156, Heitbrink, James T. 113 ,.......... . Heinz, John M, 113 ....,,, ,,..,, .... Heller, Margaret J. 111 .... 83, Heller, William E. 113 .... 121. Hemphill, Blaine W. 123 .... 107, 1253, Hemstreet, Dennis 143 ............ Hendricks, Thomas 113 Hendricksen, Ann L. 113 Henrickson, Patricia 133 Henry, Henry 1-13 .... .. .... .. Henson, Karen 113 .. ..... 1611 Henson, Kristine 121 ................ Herhst, Janice L. 113 ........ 92, Herhst, Thomas 143 ........ Herchline, J. Charles 113 Herclrich, Deborah J. 133 93, 75 Hermes, Margaret J. 133 .... 7-1, 156, Hernandez, Dario 123 . ............... . Hernandez, Dolores 133 . ....... . Hernandez, Lupe 123 128 Hernandez, Ricardo 133 .... 106, Herrmann, Jean L. 133 .. 130, 75 87, 95, 99, Herrmann, Joyce A. 113 .... 99, Hess, Alan I.. 133 .... 79, SO, 156 Hess, Nancy V, 113 .....,.... . 90, Hester, William J. 113 .... 92 Heike, Richard 141 .... 5, 51, 75 Hetzke, Robert 143 .. Hey, Jeanne M. 113 .. 168, Heyer, Deborah 1-13 ., ....... Hickling, Darius 143 ..... .. Hickox, Mary K. 113 ,........... 111 Higclon, Roxanna 143 ....,... 89, Higrlon. Thomas M. 123 Higgason, Frank G. 113 Higgs, Karen E. 123 .... 116, Hilb, Karen G. 133 . ........ .. Hildebrandt, Robert 123 Hildinger, George E. 123 ............ Hilgenfeld, James R. 133 .... 29, 127, 130, Hilgenfeld, Jenger 133 .... 31, 74, Hill, Bruce A. 113 ........ 96, 110, 170 137 172 152 11371 170 170 164 15S 164 137 152 88. 137 90. 152 88 158 170 172 124. 158 164 115 130, 137 158 164 158 164 137 128 158 83, 158 16-1 172 167 152 158 138 158 15S 100 167 -17, 1711 170 158 153 1641 170 158 108. 158 170 170 138 70 161 173 138 158 126, 138 129. 164 138 158 170 170 170 172 116- 16-1 138 170 170 158 150 170 164 1713 138 121, 172 83. 158 105, 158 164 158 167 128, 158 86, 158 170 161 1713 170 80. 13S 138 170 153 138 170 138 127 129, 170 164 153 167 167 122, 158 156, 158 113, Hill, Gay 131. 123 . ...... Hillert, Juclitll 133 . .... . . .... . .. Hillman, Kristen Kay 123 ..... . Hilton, John E. 123 .... 121, 125. 164 158 16-i 164 Hilton, Sandra 143 .. 45, 7-1, 75, 88. 89, 117, 150 Hinneberg, William 123 .... 116, 164 Hinton, S't1'Ve C. 113 .... 110, 113, 170 Hippie, Kent W. 113 .... .,.. 1 72 Hoban. Deborah 143 .. ..,...... .... 1 50 Hoch, Bonnie 143 .. . . S9, 13S Hoch, Robin R. 113 .. . .. .. 170 Hochstetler, Douglas 133 115, 158 Hodge, Sue A. 133 158 Hodges, Kimberly 141 , SS, 138 Hodges, Pamela 123 ., ...... H9, 164 Hndor, Keith H. 113 .... .... ,. 116 172 Hoese, Robyn K. 133 . 111 156 158 Hoff, Karen E. 113 .. 92, 170 Hoff, Robert 143 ...... ......,.,.... 1 38 Hoffman. Sheila Mary 123 164 Hofmeister, Carl 143 ....... 138 Hufstad, Kevin A, 113 .. 93, 123 Hofstad, Kim 1-13 .... .. ........ 88, 150 Hogan, Brain J. 113 .... 82, 110, 172 Hogan, Patrick J. 133 .... 109, 158 Hogpmy, Michael 143 .. ..... .. 138 Holley, Marcia K. 133 .... 74, 105, 156, 158 Holloway, John J. 133 .. .. ..... 158 Holman, Andrea A. 133 . .... .. 158 Holmes, Robyn B. 123 .... 83, 96, 162, 164 Holthusen, Kenneth 113 ........ .... 1 70 Holzem, Barbara A. 123 164 HOMECOMING .. ............ ..... .... 1 13 HOME ECONOMICS CAREERS CLFB .... .. .......... ..... 9 9 Hooker, Joseph 1-13 23, 112, 113, 126, 130, 138 Hoppock, Ron 133 . .. ..... 127, 153 Hurbowy, William 1-13 ................ 133 Horcher, Candy M. 123 ....... . 164 Horeclca, Susan 143 .... . 98, 138 Horn, Marcia K. 133 .... ........ 1 58 Hourigan, Dan R. 113 , .......... 170 Hourigan, Nancy 121 . .......... 97, 164 Housekncclit, Bill E. 113 ..,. 116, 172 Howard, Christy L. 113 ........ 170 Howard, Craig 143 ........ 74, 75, 138, 155 Howard, Jeffrey L. 133 128, 158. 161 Howard, Mark 143 ........ ........ 1 38 Howe, Thomas R. 143 ........ . ..... 138 Hruby, Kathleen Ann 123 .... 83, 99, 164 Hruby, Patricia A. 143 .... 45, 74, 88, 97, 98, 117, 138 Hruska, Susan L. 131 ......... .... 1 58 Huber, James E. 113 .... ...110, 172 Huber, Penelope G. 143 ...... . 150 Huber, Robert D. 123 .... 1113, 127, 164 Huclec, Barbara Lynn 123 .... 89, 164 Hughes, Martha E. 113 ........ . 170 Hughes. Robert D. 113 .... 123, 172 Hughes, V. Wallace 133 87, 158 Hughes, William S. 143 .... 138 Hull, Janet F. 1133 .. ......... 1132, 158 Hull, Kenneth Don 143 ........ .. 138 Hull, Rory T. 113 ................... .. 173 Hull, Robert J. 133 .... 106, 109, 115, 158 Hunsicker, Barry K, 1-13 ........ . 138 Hunsicker, Jeff C. 113 ...... . 133, 170 Hurlvy, Kathleen 123 .... 92, 93, 1611 Huster, Linda Jeanne 123 .....,.. 11511 Hustcr, P. Davirl 113 ...... .. 1713 Hiller, Jim 123 .... ..............,....... 1 27 Hutter, Ernee 123 .... 82, 91, 16-1 Huysmans, Anita 133 . ...... ...... 1 53 INDIVIDUAL SPEECH EVENTS 80 Inselberger, Greg 143 ..,.. .. 103, 139 Inselberger, Susan A. 133 ,.., 85, 158 Irlbacker, David A. 113 ............ 172 Irmen, James C. 121 ,....... . ..... 164 Isaacs, J. Michael 133 .... 88, 120, 158 Isaacs, J. Nicholas 113 ..,. 12, 35, 88, 91, 1213, 130 139 Isaacson, Alan T. 143 .. ..... ..., 1 39 Isaacson, Bruce C. 113 .... ..... ., 172 Isaacson, Linda 113 ,. . .. 64, 172 Iverson, Janet K. 113 .,.. . 90, 170 Jackson, Kay L. 123 ........,... . .. 167 Jacobs, Peter A. 123 .... 113, 127, 164 Jacobson, Roberta 143 ................ 153 Jacobson, Scott N, 143 .. ......... 153 Jurm, Bill P. 1213 ..... .... . .. .......... . 15S Jarm, Thomas M. 113 ........ 113, 170 Jarocki, Lydia M. 123 .. 82, 162, 16-1 Jaskula, Janet M. 143 . .,... .. 139 Jasnoch, John R. 123 ........... 167 Jasper, Martha 123 ..,..,.. 74, 162, 164 Jasler, Jeffrey J. 123 ..,. 93, 164 Jenkins, Lavea M, 1-11 .,.,,. ....., . . 139 Jenkins, Wendy A. 113 .... 90, .... 170 Jensen, Dale H. 133 .................... 158 Jensen, Jeffrey L. 123 ....... . 167 Jensen, Robert J. 143 ...,........ 139 Jernbcrg, Carol S. 113 .... 74, 95, 168, 170 Jessogne, Diana M. 113 ............ . 172 Jessup, Jean B. 113 ............ 86, 172 JET PROP HOBBY CLUB ............ 87 Johnasen, Carol 123 ............... ...... 1 64 Johns, VVarren P. 143 .. ...,...,, 139 Johnson, Elizabeth A. 133 158 Johnson, Emmy Lou 1-13 83, 98, 139 Johnson, James M. 133 .. .. 158 Johnson, Laurie A. 113 . .... 170 Johnson, Lincla E. 133 .... 89, 158 Johnson, Lynn A. 143 45. 75 SS. 89, 117. 139 155 Johnson, Lvnnfftte F. 113 90, 1713 Johnson, Melanie K. 123 .. .. 164 Johnson, Pamela A. 113 90, 99. 170 Johnson, Pamela J. 143 .. 21, 88. 139 155 Johnson, Pamela N. 123 .... . 82, 89. 167 Johnson, Roger D. 143 . .... 153 Johnson, Susan M. 143 ,.., 12, 74, 75. 78, 79, 104, 150, 155 Johnson, Susan R. 123 74, 92, 162, 164 Johnson, William 143 .. ..... .. . 139 Johnstin, Tom E, 113 170 Jokiel, Carol 133 ,,,..,,,,, ,,,, ,,,,, 1 5 S Jones, Barbara J. 133 .... ...... 1 61 Jones. Margo 113 ....,. .. .................. 173 Jones, Ronald J. 1-13 . ..,,., 120, 1313. 150 Jordan, Dan 113 .. 170 Jorgensen, Kenneth 143 24, 25, - 39, 108, 124. 139 Josetti, James O. 133 115, 128, 161 Josif, Taffney A. 123 .... 74, ss, 162, 164 Judson, Douglas A. 143 .... 94, 115, 126, 130, 139 Judycki, R.0bBtta L. 113 .... 97, 99. 170 JUNIOR CLASS BOARD . ........ 156 Jurco, Stephen 113 .... 122, 172 Kalwitz, Kent 123 ..... ,....,, . .. 164 Kaminski, Steven J. 143 ...... . .. 139 Kamp, Patricia A. 143 51, 76. 78, SS, 89, 139, 174 Kamper, M. Jane 133 ...,...... .. 161 Kamps, Dennis H. 113 110, 116, 170 Kamrath, Susan 143 ....,,....., 89, 139 Kanouse, Andrew R. 113 ............ 170 Kascr, Gordon K. 113 ...... 110 Kustens, Leni Marie 143 ........ 139 Katovich, James L. 133 . . ...... 158 Katovich, John C. 113 .... 93, 170 Katovich, Michael A. 143 ...,. ,. 139 Kaucher, .To A, 133 ,...,.,,.,., ,,,, 1 58 Kaucher, Leslie 113 ,..,........ . 170 Keating, Thomas D. 143 ..... ,... 1 39 Keene, C. Bradley 133 .,.. .... 1 58 Kehe, J. Andrew 133 158 Kehe, Gary M. 143 .... .... . . 102 Kehe, Jean E. 123 ,.........,,,,,,.,,.,, ,, 164 Kehe, Marilyn 123 ............ .... 9 7, 164 Kelhi, Germaine M. 133 ............ 158 Keller, John C. 133 .... .. 106, 161 Keller, Rosalie V. 133 .... 75, SS. 89, 158 Kellogg, Cheryl D- 113 .... 90, 170 Kellogpz, Jean V. 133 . ...,.....,..... 158 Kelly, Cathryn A. 113 ....... 170 Kelly, John T. 113 .... 116, 172 Kelly, Robert J. 1-13 ,.... ........ 1 39 Kelly, William P. 123 ..........,. 167 Kempisty, Frances H. 113 ,. 92, 93, 170 Kempisty, VVilliam 123 .... 125, 16-1 Kenrlall, Susan L. 143 ........ SS, 1353 Kennedy, Sandra J. 111 ...,..., QS, 150 Kennedy, Thomas M. 133 120, 158 Kenney, Bonnie 123 .... 89 111, 162, 164 Kenninger, David W. 113 . 87, 120 Kenninger, Steven C. 133 . 87, 158 Kenny, Charles E. 133 .... .... 1 58 Kenyon, Scott C. 113 . ..... ......... 1 T0 Kephart, Michael L. 143 ...... ..,.. 1 39 Kessner, Jamie S. 113 .... ....,.., 1 70 Kessner, Jocly A, 1-13 .,...... 103, 139 KEY CLUB ,... ................. .........,... 9 4 Kieca, Joanne 133 ...,,.........,.......,..., 158 Kieck, William G. 123 ......,. 110, 164 Kiel, Larry R. 143 .... . .. 139 Kijali, Steven 113 . ...... .. .. 172 Kiley, Kathy 133 .......,.. 156, 161 Kimball, Deborah 133 ,,,, ,.,, .,,,,. 1 5 8 Kincller, Constance 123 .,.,....,. 164 Kimller, Thomas O. 123 ..,. 87, 101, 164 King, Lynne 133 ,... 101, 107, 158 King, Thomas 123 ..A,,,,. 83, 86, 16-1 Kipiey, John D. 113 ,,,,... . 116, 172 Kiral, Steven F. 123 ,.,,..,......... 167 Kirby, Jeff A. 123 .... ,,,....,. ,..., . 1 64 Kirchhoff, Lynn A. 133 .,,, 49, 75, SS, 89, 91 150 Kirchoff, Russ E. 113 .... 93, 121, 170 Kirchoff, William 133 ..,,........ .... 1 58 Kirkland, Karen 133 ,,,.,, . 83, 88, S!-3, 158 Kirstein, Rick D. 113 .,,,,,...,,. .. 170 Kivlahan, Jean M. 123 .... 83, 97. 162 16,1 Kleiner, Kenneth E. 113 ........ 170 Kleiner, Lynnda. M. 123 .. 101, 164 Kleiner, Wayne M. 123 ...... 164 Kleisner, John J. 143 ........,... 139 Klimek, Kristen A. 123 .. 83, 107, 162, 164 Klingenmaier, NVilma 123 .... 164 Kiingnor, Harold W. 143 139 Kloepfel, Cynthia C, 143 . . 150 Kloepfel, Ronald T. 143 .,,. ..,...,,, 1 39 Kluesirig, Terry 133 . ., . . ,. 15S Knaack, Michacl 133 .... 82, 97, 158 Knaack, Scott 123 ..,,,,..,. .... 164 Knauf, Lisa M. 1-13 .,..,... 75, 139 Knight, George C. 123 .,,, . 113, 127, 164 Knight, Mary T. 143 ...... . 140 Knoll, Bruce 133 ....... . ,.., .. 158 Knoll, Keith ...113 .. .. 170 Knorr, Bryce A. 143 ...115, 126, 1-10 Knox, Kerry 133 ..., . ..111, 158 Koch, Patricia 123 74, 89, 164 Koch, Marybeth 143 ..,. 32, 74. 88, 10-1, 140, 15-1 155 Kncll, Susan E. 143 21, 45, 105. 117. 150, 155 Koclanis, Kathryn J. 123 .... 80, 88, 164 Koehnkc, Bob J. 113 .. ..,. 1713 Koehler, Candace 133 .,,.. .... 1 58 Kocneke, Jeannette 133 ,,.,.,.,, . 161 Koencman, Kevin 133 .. .........,.. 158 Koerner, Brad W. 123 .,,. 107, 164 Koerner, James 133 .... ,.,... 120, 158 Kohler, Joan 123 ,,,,. ,,,,,,,, ,, 16,1 Kokulak, Nancy M. 143 ..,,..,, 153 Kolari, James W. 143 .,,.,,,, 106, 140 Kolari, Richard O. 113 ,,,. 11.3, 172 Kolze, James A. 113 .... 93, 116, 170 Kolze, John R. 113 ,,,, 116, 121 Komarek, Dale XV. 113 . ,.... .... 1 72 Komarek, Gary 133 .,.,.,, SS, 97, 158 Kcriatn, John 123 .. .,,. 116, 125, 164 Kort, Cynthia D. 123 .. 105, 164 Kort, Marvette L. 143 ..,...., 111, 150 Korte, Gary L, 143 .... .,.., .. 140 Kost, Glenn R. 113 ,,,,,,,,,,,, ,,,, 1 70 Kost, Susan 133 ..,. SS, 89, 156, 158 Kouzmanoff, Contance 133 ,. .... 158 Kowalski, Jeff 123 ........ 112, 127, 164 Kowalski, Lee 133 . ,,..... ...., . ..,. 1 58 Kramer, Mark Thomas 143 ......,. 140 Kranz, Mary 133 ............ . ,.,. .... 1 58 Kranz, Michael 133 ,,,,,,,,,,,,, , , 153 Kreirlich, Lirla 113 .... 82, 172 Kresge, Paul 123 .. .. 97, 164 Krol, Gregory 123 ,,,,,, ,,,, , ,, 164 Krull, Tona R. 113 ........ ....., 172 Kruse, Linda M. 113 --,-- .. ..,. 172 Krysh, Barbara 123 83, 16-1 Kubicek, Keith J. 113 ,,,,,, ,,,,,,, 1 72 Kubin, Catherine 133 ..,,, .... 1 58 Kubin, Jerrlyn 123 ,,,,,,, N 164 Kudsk, Laura 143 ,,,... 140 Kuenstler, Joyce 123 . ,,,, 89, 164 Kufiele, Lorne 123 ............ ..,..,, . . 164 Kuharich, Donna L. 143 .... 11, 12, 13, 7-1, 117. 140 Kuhl, Alfred G. 143 ..., 108, 130, 140 Kunkel, Jeanne E. 143 ,... 111, 1413 Kunkel, Scott 123 ..,..,.. ,,,,,.,,,, 1 64 KUHZ, Ruth 123 .... .. ....,.. 91. 16-1 Kunze, Anne C. 113 A ..... 90, 170 Kurtz, Patrick M. 143 .... .. 140 Kurzlia, Pamela 133 , ,,,,,, 96, 158 Kushwara, John M. 1113 .... 115, 1413 Kushwara, Frances 123 .... 82, 97, 16-i Kuykenflall, Joel S. 113 .... 116, 1713 Kuykenclall, John 133 .... 106. 115, 158 Kwiecinski, Robert 133 .... .... 1 58 LAB AIDES ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,, , 101 Lacker, Dana K. 143 .... 32, 88, 111, 1110 Laclicr, Eve 123 .... 74, 79, 89, 164 Ladd, Sheri 133 ....,......, ,,,,,,,,,,,, 1 58 Ladd, Tralry A. 143 .... .. .... .. 153 Larlue, Michael 133 ,,,, SU, SL, S67 1554 Lake, Kenneth L. 143 . .............. 140 Lalish, Joanne 133 .... XS, 89, 156, 158 Lalond, Allen 143 .... 115, 116, 130, 1-10 Lalond, .Toe 123 ,,,,,,, ,,,,,, ,,,,,,,, 1 3 4 Lanrlon, Celeste 133 .. .... 75, 83, S9 Landwelir, James 133 ,,,, ,,,,,,,,, , H 153 Lannlwehr, Robert 133 .. 158 Lanuan, Patricia 123 ......... .. 167 Lanclgeroc Anita 143 .... .. 1,10 Langcrock, Mary A, 133 .. ...158 Lanuue, Michele M, 133 ....... ,. 161 Lanzon, Gregori' C. 113 92, 170 Lanzon, Richard 121 .... 161 Laraboe, Thomas A. 133 ........ 158 Larrisnn, Karl 123 ................. .. 16-l Larsen, .Ioan 123 ...... ...., 100, 16-1 Larsen, Scott A, 113 .... ,,,,,,,.,,, , 170 Larson, Carol R. 133 , ,,,,,,,,,, 153 LHTSUU, Debbie 123 ,... 82, 107, 16-1 Larson, James E. 1-13 ........ 88, 89, 90, 1-10 Larson, Larry R. 143 .... 129, 130 140 Larson, Loni D. 113 .... ,,,,,,,, ,,,, 1 7 0 Larson, Mark T. 133 .... 13, 120, 158 Larson, Marta Lynn 123 .. 89, 16-I Larson, Susan Gail 123 .... 96, 164 Lasher, Susan 123 ................ 162, 165 Lasher, William C. 113 -----... 116, 129, 170 Latta, Roger 123 ........ 88, 91, 165 Latta, Stephen E. 143 .... 75, 89, 90, 140 177 LATIN CLUB ,,,,...,,........... ...., Luufer, Clifford M. 135 .. . 92, 93, Laufer, Donald E. 115 ..,. , 113, Laurin, Christie L. 145 .,,,, Laurin, Dana L. 145 . .... .. Laurin, Siri L. 145 ..,... .,,.,. Lauterburg, Catherine 145 .. ....... .. Law, Douglas A. 115 ..... . 121, Lazzerini, Mark 125 ........ 1 ...... .. Lechelt, Laurie L. 135 ........ 45, Leckie, Bruce S. 145 . Lee, Dorothy 125 ,,,,,.... ...,...,. Legg, Jack L. 115 .. ...... .. Lehman, Elizabeth 145 ..... .... 7 5, Lehman, Helen P. 115 Lehman, Nancy C. 135 ........... Leigh, Steven 125 .......,, . ....... . Leird, Janis M. 145 . ........ 95, 97, Leisten, Mary Ann 125 ..... ..........., Leister, Edward E. 115 ........ 116, Lekan, Jeffrey L, 135 ..... ..... Lemar, Dawn B. 115 , ...... ..., . Lemein, Trudy D. 145 ............ Lemmons, Thomas J. 135 ..,... . Lenhardt, Deborah A. 131 .... 79, Lense, Janet A. 135 .... 45, 117, Lentine, Catherine 115 ..,,,... 99, Lepkowski, Carol E. 135 ........ 117, Lerchenfeld Christine 135 ..,,..., 38, Levecke. Charles E. 145 .... 93. Levecke, Mary 125 .... 75, 93, Lewan, Donald 125 .... S2, 107, Lewan, Ronald K. 125 .. 110. Lewis, Leslie D. 145 ........ 88, 89, 117. Leydig, Deborah A. 125 .... 80, 111, LIBRARY AIDES ............. ............ Lidge, Ernest F. 145 Liclge, Kenneth G. 125 ..,.. 91, Lislge, Thomas G. 135 ........ 115, Lighthall, David 125 ..., , ..,.., 101, Liken, Ray L. 145 ................ Liljegren, Mark R. 125 .. .... 93, Liljegren Susan M. 115 .... 90, Lilleberg, Victoria 135 .. . . 88, Lincoln, James G. 125 ........ Lindblall, Erick A. 131 .... 122, Lindemann, Ruth A. 115 ............ Lindgren, Richard 145 ........ 103, Lindgren, Stephen P. 135 ........... Lind, Patricia A. 145 .... .......... Lindmark, Catherine 125 Lindsay, Deborah 125 .... ............. . Lindsay, Margaret 125 ................ Lindsay Pamela 145 ........ 79, 83, 150, Lindsey, Kevin T. 145 ........ 35, Lissner, Michael P. 115 ........ 121, Livingston, Charles 135 .. Livingston, Lisa M. 115 .... . . Lloyd, James D. 115 .,...... 116, Locascio, James P. 115 .... 116, Locken, Andy A. 135 ...... ........... Lockwood, Ann M. 115 ........ 74, Lockwood, David A. 135 .... 95, Lockwood, Gary L. 115 .... 116, Lockwood, Linda S. 145 ......... .. Lockwood, Melody 125 ............ Lockwood, Robert D. 125 Loeffler, Edwin P. 125 Loeser, Debbie J. 125 .. ..... .. Logsdon, Pamela A. 115 ,....... 90, Logsdon, Randall J. 135 .... 88, Lonergan Geoffrey B. 135 ...... ..... Long, Margaret E. 135 .... 45, 156, Lorch, Steven C. 125 . .... . 80, 87, 95, Loriss, Denise S'. 135 . .... .... . .. Losos, Christine M. 115 111, Loughman, Virginia 115 . .. .. Loughran, Stephanie 125 162 Loughrin, Craig R, 135 . ST, Loughman Robert D. 135 ............ Lowell, Claire L. 145 ...... . 102, Lucas, June H. 14 5 ...A 78, 79, 111, Lude, Gregory A, 125 ........ 97, Ludolph, John E. 115 .... . 129, Luedelnng, Peter C. 125 .. 119, Luedeking, Susan L. 1-is .... 45, Luehring, Luann 115 .... .. Luker, Sharon R. 115 .... . ...... . Lumpp, William P. 135 ............ Lussman, William D. 135 .... 101, Lusteck, Cheryl A. 145 ........ 31, 97, 98, Luster, Gordon L. 1-15 ....... ........ Luther, Donna. G. 125 ....,... ..... Lykken, David 115 .. .. Lykken, Luke D. 145 ...... Lynch, Joseph 135 ....... .......... Lynk, Michael 135 .... ........... 1 02, Lyon, Janice L .115 ........ 107, McAfee, Thomas E. 145 ........ McAllister, Stephen 125 ...... .. .. McCallum, Laurie J. 115 McCarter, Donna M. 145 McCarter, John 135 ........................ McClellan, Marsha A. 125 ........ McClellan, Michael 145 .... 30, McClellan, Mona 115 ....,.. , 167, 178 iss 170 140 140 140 140 170 167 117, 153 140 165 170 140 170 15s 161 150 1s5 128, 172 161 170 140 159 159 159 112 159 159 140 105 110 165 99, 140 89, 167 100 141 165 161 165 141 165 170 89, 159 165 130, 159 170 141 . 97 150 165 105 155 98. 155 120, 152 172 159 170 172 129, 172 159 16s, 170 159 110 153 165 165 165 165 170 159 159 117, 159 81, 165 159 110 110 ,165 159 159 150 150 165 172 165 117. 1-11 170 170 159 159 ss 141 150 165 170 141 159 159 170 150 165 170 141 161 167 141 170 Mcriollum, Betsy A. 121 .. 74 83, 1155, 165 McCormick, Judy A. 145 .... 150 McCoy Patrick E, 145 128, 1315, 150 McCratic Darlene C. 145 101, 141 McCratic, Pamela S. 125 .,...... 165 McDonald, Beth M. 145 .... 20, 75. 117, 141 McDonald, Gail 115 ............ .... 1 67 McDonald, Meg C. 125 .......,........ 165 McDonald, .lnhn D. 145 ............ 141 McDonald, Marueen B. 145 141 McDonald, Robert A. 125 . 107, 116, 165 McDonnell, Cecile 145 .. ..,.. 100, 141 McDonnell, John J. 145 .. 27, 128, 130, 141 McDougall, Gary A. 145 ............ 152 McDougall, Patrick M. 145 ...,.... 93. 141 McElh0se, Linda 131 .... ...96, 159 McElhose, Paul A. 115 .... ........ 1 72 McGowan, Ian Craig 125 ........ 165 McGowan, Mark W. 145 .... 130, 141 McGrath, James P, 115 ............---- 113 McGrath, Patrick J. 125 . 110, 115, 127, 155 McGrath, Sharon 115 ...... ...... . ...1715 McGrath, Timothy 135 ........------ ..-.- 1 51 McGrath William J. 145 ,,,,,... 79, 141 McGuire, Jeff K. 121 ,... .... 1 21, 165 McHugh, Kathy A. 115 .... 168, 170 McKay Alistair 145 .... 88. 128, 141 McKay, Karen A. 115 .... 82, 170 McKay, Kathleen A. 115 .... 82, 104, 170 McKay, Kyle L. 125 .. . 165 Meicay, Patricia A. 145 ......,...--' VVW, 1 '11 McKay, Richard A. 125 .... 121, 165 McKay, Scott 135 ........ 38. 74, 94' 125, 159 McLaughlin, Terrence 115 .... 1111 170 McLean, Mary A. 125 ......-- 107, 155 McMillan, Guy 135 .................---- ..-- 1 59 McMillan, Jacqueline 135 -- BS, 156, 159 McMillan, Nancy L. 115 -- 170 McNeal, Susan D. 125 .... 75 82, S91 165, 167 McRe-ynolds, Karen L. 145 .... SS, McReynolds Robert 135 -- 159 McVey Dan G. 115 Y ff---- 172 Mevicker, Kathleen 145 .... 101. 141 Mcwherter, Carl W. 125 ..... V 115. 125, 165 Maas, Jake K. 115' .... 119, 170 Maas, Lisa Kay 115 ................ 170 MacCarthy, Cornelius 115 .... 129 172 MacFarland, Bonnie 115 ,...... .. 172 Machas, Jim 115 .... ..... . 116, 172 Mack, Denise E. 125 .... 89, 111 165 Maclq, Eugene C. 145 .....v..-----.-- 141 Mackey, Christine 135 ..-.- V- 159 MacKey, William L. 115 . ,.,. ...-..- 1 T0 Mader, Susan 135 .................... 159 Maerker, Susan P. 115 ----.--- 90. 170 Maierhnfer, Joanne 135 ,...... ----- .--. 1 5 9 Main, Lycia 135 ..... . .... .. ........ . 161 Main, Todd 115 .... ,. 110, 1715 Mainiero, Terry F. 1-15 ....... .... 1 -11 Maitland, Judith L. 115 ........ S3 Malculmson, Kenneth 135 .. 711. 109, 112, 127, 1315, 159 Maloney, Melanie 135 .... 83, 88, 97. 156, 159 Maltman, Elizabeth 145 .... 74. 83. 84, 150, 155 Mandele, Mary E. 145 .... 102- 141 Manzlele, Mike J. 125 .... 107, 110. 165 Mangan, Frank I. 145 .......-. .-.-. 1 41 Mangan, Michael K. 115 fff- - 170 Manning, Kathy A. 125 .,... 165 Manning, Kevin 135 ......... .,.. 1 59 Manos, James C. 1-l5 .....,........-.-......- 141 Manos, John 135 ........ 115, 128, 159 Mantwell, Deborah 135 ........ 159 Margel, Linda M. 145 ......... ........... 1 41 Marinier, Maryellen 145 .. 32, 98, 151 Markstrom, Chris A. 115 . . . 18, 90. 97, 170 Markstrom, Karen L. 145 ,... 76 88, 89, 151 17-4 Marschman, Terry A. 1-i5 ......., 141 Marshall, Anita H. 1'l5 .... ....... 1 41 Marshall, Bruce B. 145 ............ 141 Marshall, Marianne 135 .... 83, 84, 97, 156, 159 Marshall, Robert B. 145 .... 142, 153 Marszzilek, Christopher 115 .... 118. 119, 1711 Marszalek, David A. 145 ....,.,. 23, 32, 112, 126, 130, 142 Martel, Donald 135 ........ 65, 106, 159 Martens, Robert 125 .. ................ 165 Martin, Linda 135 .................... 159 Martin, Sharon A. 1-15 ........ 18, 117, 151 Martin, Therese A. 125 ...... . 165 Martin, Todd 115 . ............ 172 Martinson, Terry A. 115 ............ 172 Marum, Janet 135 . .... .... 1 01, 159 Marum Steven E, 145 ................ 142 Massa, Ken J. 121 .......................... 165 Mastain, Kenneth C. 135 ..... .... 1 59 MATII CLUB ......,.... ........................ 8 6 Matschinegg, Joanne 1115 .............. 142 Mattix, Gregory 135 ............ 128, 159 Mnun, Kimberly A. 145 .... 117, Munn, Walter C. 115 . ...... 121, Maxe, Janis M. 145 ........,.....,,. . .. Mayer, Dawn E. 145 ................ 88, Mayhcrcy, James C. 145 .. .... 20, 47, 75, Mayhercy, Jon R. 125 ........ S3, Meacham, Deanne D. 115 ........ 163, Meacham, Dennis I. 145 16, 115, 130, Mechling, Bruce 135 ...,... . 120, Mechling, Paula S. 115 ............ Meister, Carolyn J. 121 .... .. Menschinil. Bonnie L. 115 ........ Mensching, Stanley F. 125 Menz, Kathryn 135 .... . .. Menz, Nancy E. 125 ......... .. Merkel, Margaret 135 .... 82. Mertz, Frederick Sl. 125 ..... .. Metz. Peter R. 145 ........ 120, 130, Meuser, Denise L. 125 .... 89, 159, Meuser. Dianne 135 ................ S3 Meyer, Barbara 135 .,...... .. 111, Meyer, Charles F. 125 .... 101, Meyer, Janis R. 112 ............ 107, Meyer, John 135 ....... 115, 128, Meyer, Keith R. 145 ........ Meyer, Pamela J. 125 ......,. 107, Meyers, Mary Jane 145 111, Micek, Michael S. 135 .... 103. Michalski, Judith A. 115 .... 90, Michalski, Richard J. 135 .... 92, Michalson, Bill C. 115 ................ Miksta, Kenneth M. 135 ........ Milburn, Jean 145 .... 111, 151, Miller, Cynthia A. 145 ........ 74, 117, Miller, Denise Jo 125 ........ 82, Miller, Donna J. 115 , .... 64, Miller, James L, 115 ........ 116, Miller, Laura Lynn 125 ............ Miller, Linda. L. 1-15 .... .... 3 2, Miller, Pamela J. 115 .... , 74, 168. Miller, Patricia S. 115 .... 18, 168, Miller, Robert P, 145 ..... .. Miller, Russell H. 135 .... ..... , ...... . Miller, Susan M. 125 ............ 97, Millhouser, Jean A. 145 ........ 98, Mills, Dave 115 ............ ....... . 116, Milner, Judi A. 125 ........ ..... . . Minarik, Dinah 125 ....,... Miresse, Pamela L. 145 ........ 18, 75, 76, 78, 79, 83, SS, 89, 155. Mirs, Lee 1415 ...,,.,,.......... ..........,., Mirs, Patricia J. 145 .... 111, Mitchell, Dorothy 115 ........,... Mitchell, Linda L. 135 .. ..,. 101, Mitchell, Michael J. 115 ........ 110, MIXED 1'lIORlS ....... 142 170 142 142 33. 142 165 100, 170 46, 142 159 170 165 170 165 .159 167 156. 159 ..165 142 165 , 99 159 165 170 159 103 165 117, 142 159 170 93. 1555 170 159 174 98, 142 165 170 172 165 142 90. 170 170 142 159 165 142 170 165 165 21, 142, 174 142 151 173 159 173 91 MODERN MYSIC MASTERS ..., ,... 8 9 Moffo, Mike 125 ......,,,, .. .,,. .,........ 1 67 Molitor, Raymond A. 145 .... ,... 1 42 Monahan, Leslee A. 115 .,.,. . 173 Montgomery, Kathy K. 125 .....,.. 165 Moon, Susan J. 115 . .,.,,,,,,,..,,,,,, 173 Moore, Barbara J. 125 , ,..... 83, 165 Moore, Elizabeth M. 115 .... 107, 170 Moore, Kim P. 135 .. .... 120, 159 Moore, Larry N. 125 ............ 165 Moore, Steve G. 125 ,,,,, 107, 116, 129, 167 Moore, William P, 125 . .,,. 107, 165 Moos, James P, 145 ...,.. ....,..,..,,, 1 52 Moritz, Craig D. 135 ...,.... 115, 127, 128, 159 Morken, Dana Lee 115 .... 116, 170 Morken Scott J. 135 ..... .,.....,,... 1 59 Morris, Eliot C. 115 .,........,. ,. 170 Morrison, Fred L. 135 .... 115, 128, 159 Morrow, John K. 135 .,,, ,.., 1 15, 159 Morse, Leroy 135 .. .,..,,., .. 159 Moser, Charles F. 145 .... ...,..... 1 53 Moss, Debra S. 145 ...,..,...., 76, 85, 142, 174 Moss, Melinda A. 145 ....,,,,.,,..... 151 Moy, Elizabeth 135 ...,,, ,,,,,,,, 1 61 Moy, Pamela 115 ......... .... 1 67 Moyer, Glenn A. 135 ..... . 159 Moyer, Linda F. 115 .... , ........ 170 Mrozinski, Steven A. 125 . 165 Mudge, Cheryl A, 115 ..,..,.,,., ,.,. 1 73 Mudge, Scott C. 125 .. 116, 127, 165 Mueller, Mary A. 115 . .........,.... 173 Mulholland, Carol K, 135 .... 92, 156, 159 Munro, Raymond J. 145 ........ 44, 153 Munsen, Karen L. 125 ........ 80, 107, 111, 165 Murdock, Michael P. 1115 . ,....... . 142 Murdock, Suzanne M. 135 ........ 159 Murphy, Kathleen A. 145 ..,. 142 Murphy, Mary P. 145 ..,.., 142 Murphy, Pamela A. 115 173 Murphy, Richard D, 135 ,,,,,,,, 159 Musich, Blark E. 135 ,,,,,,,,,,,, 159 Musich, Mike A. 115 .... 81, 116, 121, 173 Mustain, Steven J. 125 ................ 165 Myer, Terrell A. 145 .... 84, 88, 91, 107, 117, 142 Myers. James A. 135 ............ 161 Myers, Marcia Su 145 .... ....... . 142 Naeher, Sandra R. 135 .... 159 Nakutny, Ann L, 115 ...................... 170 Narup, Cathy A. 115 ..... .. 74, 168, 170 Nation, Jay G. 115 .... 116, 129 NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY '75 NATIONAL FORENSIC LEAGUE 80 NATIONAL THESPIAN SOCIETY '75 Nawrot, Sandra L. 125 ,,.,,, 165 Neal, Linda C. 145 .... 85, 107, 142 Neas, David U. 145 ............ .... 1 42 Neckar, Barbara Ann 125 .... S9, 165 Neftzger, Tracy A. 125 ........ 121, 165 Nelson, Barbara N. 125 .... 93, 111, 165 Nelson, Carol J. 145 ........ ,,,.... ,... 1 4 2 Nelson, Dawn L. 145 .... 96, 98, 142 Nelson, Marlene A. 125 ............ 165 Nelson, Ronald A. 145 .,...... 108, 115. 130, 143 Nelson, Susan L. 135 ,,,,,,.,,..,,,,, 159 Nerlinger, Ruth M. 135 .... 88, 39, 159 Ness. Gayle 145 .............. ..... 8 8, 143 Nester, F. Peter 125 ........ 123, 165 Neumann, Mark J. 145 ........... . 142 Neumann, Mary P. 125 . ...... 82, 165 New, J.P. 115 ........ . .... .. ....... 170 Newlin, Maurice A. 115 ..,. . .... 170 Newlin, Michael R. 135 ............ 159 Newquist, Kristin L. 125 .... 89, 165 Newsome, Mary K. 115 ........ 82, 90, 170 Newsome, Therese E. 125 ..83, 89, 96, 162. 165 Nicholson, Thomas P. 115 ........ 74, 173 Nicholson, William R. 125 ............ 167 Nickol, Kathy L. 115 ,,,,,,, ,,,, 1 73 Nickol, Thomas J. 135 .... 127, 159 Niell, Leanne K. 115 Y- ,--.-.. 170 Nielsen, Kerry T. 125 ,,,,, ,,,,,,,, 1 65 Nielsen, Linda J. 145 ........ 85, 142 Nielsen, Scott G. 135 ........ 159, 165 Nielson, Tina M. 135 ........ 85, 161 Niemann, Daniel J. 125 .... 123, 165 Niemczyk, Mark S. 115 .... 91. 100, 170 Niemeyer, John 145 ..,....... .... . 142 Nightingale, Janis A. 145 ..... . 143 Nisle, Sandra J. 145 .... .......... 143 Noerenberg, John W. 145 ........ 74 88, 89. 91, 143 Noerenberg, Tom L. 115 ,,,,,,, 93, 170 Noland, Craig R. 115 ........ 113, 170, 173 Nolley, Pamela A. 145 ..... ...... 1 51 Nfllting, Arnold A. 125 ............ 165 Nolting, Charles W. 145 .... 102, 151 Nordyke, David M. 115 ........ 110, 173 Norton, Lee A, 125 ,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,, 1 55 Novaria, Elizabeth 125 ........ 83, 162, 155 Novaria, Robert I. 145 .... 51, 75, 94, 143, 155 Nowaek, Elisabeth 125 .... 83, 162, 165 Nowack, Julie E. 145 .... 75, 76, 78, 94, 143 NURSE'S AID ,..,...,,,,..,,,,,, ,..,,,.,..,, 1 01 Nystrom, Paul A. 135 .... . .... 87. 159 Ons, Vickie L. 115 ,,,, ,,,, 90, 170 Oates, Timothy K. 135 ,. ..... . 159 Oberry, Bradford J. 135 ........ 115, 118, 159 0'Brien, M. Irene 145 .,...... 103, 143 0'Brien, Joan M. 125 ...,... ,,,,. ....... 1 6 5 O'Brien, Margaret A. 145 ............ 151 O'Brien, E. Martin 125 .... ..... 1 65 O'C0nnor. Lorie J. 135 .... ..,...... 1 59 Oertel, John T. 135 ,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 159 Oestmann, Elizabeth 115 ........ 90, 104, 168, 171 0FFI1'I'I GUIDES ,,,,....,... 100, 168, 171 Offen, Deirdre 135 ,,,, .,,.,,,,,,,, 8 5, 159 Ohman, John D. 125 .,,. .. 91, 127, 165 Oldenburg, Marta A. 141 ,,.., ,.,..., 1 43 Olsem, Barbar A. 125 ........ S2, 165 Olsem, Georgette R. 135 ,..,.,,,.,.,,,,, 159 Olsen. Tom H. 125 ........,.,,.,........., 165 Olson, Ellen A. 125 ,,,.,. .. 83 ,91, 165 Olson, Frederick H. 145 ....,....... 143 Olson, Kathleen M. 115 ....,... 90, 171, 173 Olsson, Karl D. 145 .,,,,,....,, ,,,, . 143 Olsson, Kathleen A. 115 . ............... 171 O'Ne-ill, Pat E. 115 .... ......... , .... 1 71 Opela, Melissa C. 115 .... 74, 90, 173 Opela, Todd E. 135 , ,,..,., . ,,,,,,,,,,,,, 159 0l'ERETTA ..............,,..,,,,.,.,,,,,,,,,.,,,., ,, 48 Oppenheimer, Joann 115 ........ 90, 171 ORFHESIS ....,,,,,,,,,,.,,, ,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,, 1 1 7 ORCHESIS SHOW ...,.... ,,,.,.,, 4 5 ORCHESTRA ,,.,,..,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,, 9 2 Orcutt, Cheryl M. 145 ..... .... 1 43 Ormsbee, Deborah L, 145 ........ ., 152 Ormsbee, Trery D. 115 .... 110, 116, 171 Ortman, D. A. 115 ....... ................ 1 71 Ostrowski, Diane 115 ,,,.,,, ,,,,,,., 9 0, 171 Owens, Anne E. 135 ........ 61, 96, 117, 159. 174 Owens, Katherine R. 125 .... 83, 99. 107, 165 Ozimek, Christine A. 125 .... 107, 167 Ozimek, Steven J. 135 .... .. 83, 161 Paarfusser, Frank K. 115 ............ 173 Pace, Susan L. 125 ,,,,,,,,.,,,,,,, 111, 165 Padgitt, Susan L. 115 .,.,, ,,,,,,,,,,,, 1 71 Page, David H. 115 ,,,,,,,,, ,...,.,, 1 73 Page, George W. 115 .... ..,........ 1 73 Palmatier, Susan E. 125 ........ 80, 89, 162, 165 Palmer, Arlene A. 145 ................ 151 Pamp, Barbara J, 113 Panipel, Fred C. 1-13 ,.... Pampel, William C. 133 ....... Parchmann, Amy 113 . 90, .-1.56, PAN LANGUAGE COUNCIL ...... 84 Parish, James M. 133 ..,..A.. 74, 106, 115, Parker, Jack A. 113 ,, ,,,,,,, ,. Parks, Robert R, 113 -fff' 128 Parvin, Janice C. 113 , 92, 173 143 159 171 98, 161 171 173 171 Parvin, Rex 133 ,....... 10, 48, 49 75. 88, 91, 159 Pascale, Brian P. 133 .,., 120, 159 Pascale, Michael G. 123 .....,.. 165 Passarelli, David A. 133 ...,.... 159 Passarelli, John S. 123 ..., .,.,,,,.. 1 65 Pasterik, Diane 133 ...... , , ..,, 159 Patberg, Pamela R. 113 ........ 90, 107, 171 Patterson, Gwen M. 143 ,,,,.... 75 83, 95. 107, 143, 154 155 Patterson, John W, 113 ,,.. ,,,........ 1 71 Patterson, Larry A. 133 ,,,. 159 Patterson, Marcia L, 133 107, 151, 159 Paulsen, Cynthia J. 143 .... 103, 143 Pauly, Janis A. 143 ,,,,., 117, 143 Pautz, Thomas A. 143 , ,.,..,..,,,,,,. 143 Peale, Robert O. 113 .,,..,,. 83. 116, 123, 173 Pearce, Kathy M. 113 , ,,,,,, 1013, 171 Pecka, Karen Marie 123 .,,,., ,,,,, 1 65 Peckham, Linda A. 113 ...... 171 Pedersen, Bonnie- C. 133 ....,,, ,,,,,, 1 59 Pedersen, Lorraine 113 ...,. , ..., 171 Peek, Elizabeth 143 . .... 48, 49, 74, 75, 83, 93, 117, 151 Peek, Emery J, 133 ........ 20. 159 Pelland, Anna Marie 113 ,, .,.. 90. 171 Pelland, Richard R. 143 . SS, 94, 126, 1-13 Pelletier, Roger E. 123 ,,,,,,,.,,., 165 Pennings, Paul D, 113 .,,.,....,,,,.,, 173 PEP CLUB BOARD .....,....,....,,,,. 95 Perea, Maria Lourdes 143 .... , 30, 143, 153 Perez, Olga B. 143 ,...... .. 143 Perrin, JoAnn K, 143 ...............,.,.. 143 Peter. William H. 113 .....,....,. 171 Peters, Ken A. 113 .... ...... 110, 171 Petersen, David B. 113 .,.. ,,.... . 171 Petersen, Denise L. 143 , ,..... 117, 143 Petersen, Janell M. 123 ....,.....,. 165 Peterson, Jeff S. 143 ............ 151 Peterson, Laurie J. 113 ..,. 111, 171 Peterson Steven L. 133 .........,.. 159 Petrie, Clark D. 11.3 .,,,., . 129, 173 Petrie, Kim L. 123 .. 167 Petrovski, David M, 113 ........ 123 171 Petrucci, Roxanne 113 ., !-30, 171 Pfister, Dave 113 ,.,. ,. 173 Phares, Julie A. 113 ,, 82, 91, 165 Phillipp, Marjorie 113 .... S1, 93, 168, 171 Phillis, Kathleen J, 143 . . .. 32, 143 Phillis, Susan G, 123 ., 63, 97, 162, 165 Pickett, Ken R. 123 110, 125, 165 Piepenbrink, Mark E. 123 ..,. 93, 165 Pierre, Glenn A. 143 89, 9.3, 1-13 Pierre, 1Vayne F. 133 .,,,,,,. 120, 159 Philip, Linda M. 133 ............ 156, 159 Piper, Mary Patricia 133 ,,,. 82, 159 Piper, Maureen E. 113 ,, ,. 171 Plant, Diane M. 133 ...... .,,. 1 59 Platt, Terrence 113 .,.,.... .. ,. ..,,,,, . 173 Plaza, Alan H. 113 ........ ,, ........ 173 Plessner, Frederick 143 ........ 106, 143 Plessner, Joanne L. 113 ,,., ..., 1 71 Pliska, Mary Ann ABT. 113 .... 173 Ploetz, Catherine S. 143 .,,,.... 84, 14-1 Pogulz, Timothy G. 113 ., ,,,,, 116, 129. 171 Polites, Andrea 113 ...,........ 107, 171 Pollard, David J. 133 .....,., 106. 159 Pollitz, John A. 133 79, 127, 159, 17-1 Porowski, Irene M. 133 .... 80, 81, 83, 156, 159 Porowslci, Richard P, 113 116, 171 Porter, Ann H. 123 .. .........,....... 165 Poulos, Margo A, 123 ,,,. ..,,.,, . 165 PON'DI'lR l'l'FF GAME .,,,....,..,.,. 14 Powell, Andrew D. 113 .,,,,,,. 129, 171 Powell, Maili S. 123 .,,...,. 92, 93, 165 Powers, Virginia L. 133 ..,. , 82, 159 Prafke, Michael W, 113 ,...,. . 116. 173 Predick, George B. 133 127, 159 Preissing, Martha A. 123 .,...... 165 Prentiss, Mark R. 113 , ,....,...,,..... 171 Press, James C, 123 .,,. 107, 129, 165 Preston, Debra D. 123 .,,,.,,. 165 Pribilski, Mike 123 ..,.,..,.... , ........ 127 Price, William J. 143 ......,. 53, 126, 130, 144 Prochaska, Bradley J. 133 .,.. 120, 159 Prochaska, Gary 143 .... 128, 130, 144 Prochaska, Judy T. 113 83, 173 Proebstle, Jerry G. 123 116, 127, 165 Proebstle, Steven 143 .... ,......,. 1 44 PROBI ......,,.,,,,,,,.,...,.,,.,,..,. 50 Przebieda, Julie 113 .,., . 171 Przebiezla, Richard 141 ..,.. ,. 14-1 Puckett, Melinda D. 143 ..,. ..... 1 44 Purtna, George J. 123 ...,.,,. ..,... 1 65 1-'ui-vine, Louanne 133 .. 159 Quam, can L. 133 .,..,,....,,.,,, 159 Quick, Deborah R.. 113 ..,. 168. 171 Quid, Gregory E. 113 .,.......... 173 Quigley, David C. 133 .,.,.. , .... 159 Quigley, Robert L. 113 .,.... .... 1 73 QUILL N SCROLL ,..,, ..,,,. ,,.,,,,,,. 1' 8 Raddeman, Gary R. 133 .... 115, 161 Radmer, Phillip L. 121 ..., .,.. 1 65 Radtke, Judith 133 .,.., .. ...,. 159 Rahtz, I3On R. 143 , ,,.,...,, . 144 Raitt, Barbara L. 113 ,,,,, 92, 171 Railo, ltiichael A. 113 ...,...... 172 Ralston, Alan L. 143 .,,, ,, ,,,. 153 Ramsey, John G. 113 121, 171 Ramsaroop, Basdaye 1-43 ,,,..... , 144 Ramsey, Linda K. 141 .... 32, 74 75, 83, 9S, 151, 155 Ramsey, Susan 133 ,,,,,, ,,,,, S 8, 159 Ramsey, Susan Lynn 123 , 83, 165 Randell, Melanie L. 143 ...,.... 102, 144 Rapp, Cynthia L. 123 , .,.,, 165 Rapp, Daniel C. 123 ...,, .... 1 07, 165 Rapp, Hal 133 .,..... ..,,, . 160 Rasmussen, Tod M. 123 ...,.... 129, 167 Rasnak, Jerome 133 ,.,..,. .. 127, 159 Rateilie, Donald 133 .............,.. 88, 159 Rausch, Dick 133 ..., SS, 91, 115, 159 Razttaitis, Barbara 143 ,, ,,,, 117, 144 Reckert, Karen 133 .... 82, 156, 159 Reckert, Kathy M. 113 .,..,.... . 171 Reed, Allison 1-13 .... ,, ..... ........ 1 -14 Reed, Belinda 133 ...... . .,,, 159 Reed, Dana 113 ,...... ,,,,, 1 44 Reed, Melanie K, 113 .,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,, 1 71 Reese, Bryn 113 ,,.,,.....,,,,,,,,,,,, 171 Reese, Lindsey 123 83. 162, 165 Reeves, Kristin L. 113 , ,,,, 90, 17 Reeves, Lynda F, 1-13 ,, 45 117, 1-1-4 Regione, Carol A. 113 ,,,............. 171 Regione, Bruce K. 143 .,.... .... 1 44 Rehm, Patti E, 123 .... 165 Reid, Linda J. 143 . 1411 Reid, Susan 123 ., ,, 165 Reider, Brian 113 .,.. ..,. 171 Reider, Craig 133 ,,.. 159 Reinhardt, Sally J. 113 ,.... 173 Reinhardt, Susan 133 ,,., 159 Reiss, Deborah E, 141 ,, ,... 144 Reitmeyer, John 133 ., ......., ,, 159 Remen, Martha 133 S6, 156, 159 Renz, Brian E. 143 , . 75, 80, 84 94. 14-I Renz, Daniel 133 .... 33, 88, 89, 90, 115, 159 Roeschke, G11-nn 143 , .. ,, .... .. 144 Retberg. Gary C. 123 . ,,.............,.. 165 Retten, Christine 133 .... 156, 161 Revelle, Linda 143 ,,,.., .... 1 44, 155 REVl'JLAlRl'1S ........,....,, ,,,,., ..,4,.,, 9 1 Reynolds, Joann 133 ..,...,. ..,. 1 61 Rice, Sue 133 ,,..........,,,. , .,.. 111, 159 Richards, Carol A. 113 19, 7-t, 97, 171 Richardson, Leslie 123 .,.. .,..,.. 1 65 Richey, Pamela 133 ..,,,,,. 82, S-I, 134, 159 Rickerson, Beth A. 143 ,,,. ,,,, 1 53 RIDING CLUB OFFICERS ,,,,, , .... E36 Iiioder, Diane M. 123 44, S13, S9, 165 Riedcr, G. Michael 133 , 213. 75, . so, 159 Riemer, Fred F. 143 ..., ,, 144 Riesing, William H. 123 ..,,, .,,,. 1 65 RIFLE CLYB ..,, ,.,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,.,.,,, 9 7 Ringel, Colleen 133 .,,,..,........... ..,.. 1 59 Ritchie, John B. 133 .,,..,,,,, ,,,, 159 Roach, John 131 .,,..,,,,,, 82, 9.1, 159 Rchb, Brian 133 94, 127, 1-313 Robb, Douglas A. 1-13 ............. M-I Roberts, Bonnie 133 ,,., , ,,., ,,,, , IGI Roberts, Lynn C. 143 .............,.,.. 1-'it Robertson, Lynn C. 113 ..... .. 173 Robinson, Deborah A. 143 .... 117, 11-I Robson, Douglas A. 143 ,. 1-1-1 Roche, Kathy M, 113 163, 171 Rodgers, Valarie A. 143 .. ..... 83, 151 Rodig, Eileen A. 143 ,..... . 117, 144 Roeing, Richard 143 , ,,,,,,, 14-I Rogers, Linda J. 143 ..... .......... 1 44 Rollefson, Jennifer 143 ..... .... ..., 1 4 4 Rolze, Tim 113 .,.,. ,,.,... . .. 171 Romanenghi, Susan M. 121 .... S2, 165 Rongner, Kristina E. 123 .... 76, 83, S6, 92, 162, 165, 174 Root, Miles 133 ......,..,. . ,,.,,, ,, ,,., 127 Roovaart, Larry E. 113 .....,,,......., 171 Roper, Delores 133 .... . .... 159 Rosancki, Loretta 133 .. .,,.... 159 Ross, Linda A. 113 .... .... ...... 1 7 1 Ross, Richard 133 .,.. 92, 93, 159 Rossi, Elizabeth 133 .... 76, 77, 78, 107, 159, 174 Rossi, Mary Donn 143 .... 46, 75, 77, 78, so, 107, 117, 145 Rossi, Michael J. 123 .,.. 36, 37. 61, 118, 165 Roth, Barbara 133 .. ,.,...,,,,, ,,,, ,.,, 1 5 9 Rothenbach, R. 113 .........., ........ . .. 173 Rothers, Janice L. 143 .... ,,,, , .... 1 -15 Rowzider, Darrell 133 .... 88, 91, 159 Rowader, Jon A. 113 .........,.. ,171 Rowe, Cathy L. 143 .... 7, 12, 7-1, 75, 98, 104, 151, 155 Rowe, Thomas J. 123 .... 107, 122, 130, 165 Rozdaluvsky, Shirley 123 .... ........ 1 65 Rodin, Nancy J. 113 ...........,.....,.,,., 171 Rudy, Warren 133 ,.,.,.,. .... 159 Rue, Karen F. 123 ,,,. ,,,. 91, 11:5 Ruff, Daniel A. 143 ., ...... 145 Ruff, Suzanne R. 113 W , , 99. 171 Rumgay, Karen S. 133 .. ,............ 160 Running, Patricia A. 133 ...... 102, 160 Rusch, Patricia E. 113 , ,,.. .. 171 Russell, Gary G. 113 87, 171 RUSSIAN f'Ll'B ......,...., ......,......,,, , 82 Ruthenberg, Dale 123 74, 162, 165 Ruthenberg, Ralph 143 .....,.. 145 Ryan, Collet-n A. 113 ......,. 90, 171 Rybslii, Jzlmcs A. 133 ,,,, SS, 91, 160 Ryckaert, Sheryl L. 113 .... 90, 171 Ryiikema, Lenore A. 113 ...... 171 Rypltema, Steven G, 133 ,, 160 Sndecky, John L. 123 .. 165 Sade-cky, Michael L. 143 ..,.. ,. . 151 Sznllicki, Steve C. 113 .... , 128, 171 Samson, Katherine 143 753, 145 Szinderheck, Connie 123 ., ..... ,.., 1 65 Sands, Tim C. 113 . ,..,. 116, 171 Santelli, Jean Marie 123 .... 111, 162, 165 Santelli, Mary E. 113 ,,,. 171 S'antclli, Paul D. 1-13 ,.,. ....... 1 45 Sauceda, Juan G. 143 ..... ...,....., 1 45 Sauceda, Juanita 123 .. ,,.,.,...... 165 Saucrs, Gale E. 133 ..... .... 8 8, 160 Savich, Karin M. 1-ll ...,... ..... 1 45 Savich, Milan H. 113 . 116, 129, 171 Sawusch, Kenneth D. 113 .... 92 93, 171 Sawyer, Patricia D. 133 ............ 156 Saxton, Suzanne E. 133 .,,,,,,, .,., S0 Sayre, Thomas C. 123 ,,,, 116, 121, 165 Sbcrtoli, John M. 113 ,,.,.,,,., 173 Sbertoli. Linda M, 113 1 173 Schaefer, James 133 156 Schaefer, Suzanne 113 , ,,.,...,,,., 173 Schafersmnn, Gary 1113 ,, ..,..... 145 Schamne, Bernadette 133 ,,,, 156 Schimmel, Laura L. 123 .... 162, 166 Slchimmel, Monda L. 143 ,, 145 Schimpf, Christine 143 ..,,.,.., . 145 Schinkowsky, Sandra 123 1137, 166 Schlaufman, Charles 143 .. 92, 93, 145 Schmelzer, Dean C. 143 .... 32, 106, 108, 115, 130, 145 Schmidt, Joseph lf. 143 , ,,,,, 145 Schmidt, John R. 123 ,,,,,,,, .,..,. 1 66 Schmitz, Henry J. 123 127, 166 Schmitz, Jay 1123 ..........., ..., , 116 Schmoyer, Claire L. 123 ...,.. .. 166 Schmoyer, Kathryn A. 123 . 166 Schneider, Gary N, 123 ........ . 167 Schoell, Rick M. 123 ,... 107, 116, 166 S1thr3epke, David A. 143 .,.. . ..,... 115 Schocpke, Linda L, 123 80, S1, 83, 853, 166 Scholh-, Michael J, 1-13 .....,.. .,.. 1 45 SCHOOL BOARD ............ ..... ...... 5 1 i SFIIOOL STORE , ,,,,, , ,,.,,... ,..,. . 85 Schreiber, Michael 123 ,...,., ,, 166 Schreiner, Wayne L. 143 .,...., .,.. 1 -15 S'chroecler, Dale 123 .. ,, 166 Schroc1l1-r, Mary B. 12,3 ,,.. S3. 166 Schubert, Gary W. 133 ..., . 160 Schuler, James C. 1-13 46, SS, 145 Schulte, Richard E. 123 .... 88, 97, 166 Schultheis, Barbara 1-13 75, 89, 93, 145 Schultz, Clifford L. 133 .... 109, 1613 Schulze, Jeffery D. 133 . 108, 1013. 160 Schumacher, John L. 13,3 161 Schwank, Jill A. 133 . ..,. ,.,. 1 60 Schwank, Robert M. 123 ............ 166 Scofield, Craig B. 143 ...., ,,.,.,.,. 1 45 Scofield, Maria M. 123 94, 162, 166 Scott, Alun 113 . ......., .. 173 Scott, David P. 123 125, 166 Scott, John R. 123 .... . 97, 166 Scudder, Nancy B. 123 .... 7-1, 111, 1152, 166 Sehesta, Cindy L. 123 .... 92, 162, 166 Sebesta, Kenneth W. 143 532, 1-15 SI1I1'RETAKII'IS ,, ,..,.,.,,..,..,.,,,...,,,., ,,,,, 5 8 Seclenbintler, Susan 133 . ,,,,, ,, 160 Set-vers, Hildy M. 113 ......,. 93. 171 S1-evcrs, Mark J. 133 ..,. 80, 921, 1613 Sefried, Cheryl K, 143 ...,.,..... . .... 1-15 Scilcr, Jeffrey I.. 113 ,... 113, 123, 171 Sciler, Robin 143 ..... . 88, 90, 1-15 Selgrzul, John M. 1-13 .......,.........., 145 Selgrad, Madelyn K. 1-l3 ,... 89, 145 Selleclt, Daniel W. 113 115, 115 Selleclt, Jeffrey R. 123 .... 116, 129, 1613 Seliick, James R, 1113 .............. 1523 SENIOR CLASS BOARD ,,,,,, 155 SENIOR CHOIR .... , , ,.,.. . 88 Sergey, Arthur J. 133 .. ...... 160 Sesterhenn, Steven 143 ................ 145 Severson, Scott A. 133 ,.,. S7, 161 Sexton, Lloyd 113 .,., 116, 171 Shaffer, Greg T. 1413 75, 94, 145 Shaffer, Mary K. 143 ...,, ,, 46, 116 Sfhaffcr, Richard 123 ........ 116, 166 Shak, Diane 133 .........,................ 160 Shak, Fred 123 ............ 97, 116, 166 Shanley, John 133 ..,. .,.,.,,,......,, 1 61 Shannon, John T. 143 108, 115, 126, 130, 146 Shartle, Robert 133 .,,,........ 122, 160 Shattuck, Terry 113 ...,......,........... 17-3 Shaw, Stephanie 123 .. ..... .. 166 Sheahan, Michael 123 .,...... 86, 166 Sheetz, Mary 113 .,,,..,,,, .,,,. 1 07, 173 Sheetz, VViIliam 123 , .... , ....... 167 Sherman, Barbara 113 530, 171 Sherman, Denise 113 ..,,,. 171 Sheviak, Kimberly 133 . 69, 92, 99 160 S-hields, Susan 113 83, 90, 107, 171 Shimer, Susan 123 .... S3, 107, 166 Short, William 133 ,,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,. 160 Shrcdnicki, Scott 143 ..............,...,. 103 Shubeck, Betty 113 .... 8-1, 146 Shumate, Jeffrey T. 133 ,,,, 128, 160 Shumate, Patricia 123 . ...... ... 166 Sieferman, Glenn 133 , 160 Sleger, Alan 133 .....,. , ...... .... 1 60 Siegfried, April 113 ., 93, 173 Silver, Henry 143 .... . ,...., .... 1 46 Siman, Scott 143 115, 146 Simon, Linda 123 ..,. ,,.......... 1 66 Simon, Nancy 113 ,... , 90, 171 Simpson, Mary 1-i3 .. 146 Sims, Pamela 143 ..,, ,. ,,,,, 88, 146 Sivertsen, Laura 113 ..,,,,,. 33, 90, 107, 171 Skarra, Leslie 123 .... 80, 81, 86, 166 SKI CLUB , ,...,,.,.,,,,,,.....,,,....,......,.,.,. 97 Skoglund, Donna 113 , , 171, 173 Sflezak, John 113 ...... .. 171 Slinkard, Troy 113 .,,, 116, 173 Small, Gregg 143 ,, ,, 87 Small, Suzanne 113 .,., ., 90. 107, 173 Smentak, Marian 143 .,...... 78, 79 146 Smith, Craig 123 ...,.....,, ,, ,,,. 107, 166 Smith, Deborah A. 123 ,,,, S1, 166 Smith, Deborah, 123 . ........ 166 Smith, Gail 113 .... ...,..... 1 71 Smith, Gerald 143 .,.,, .,,,,, ,,,, , , , 103 Smith, Gregory 143 .... .,,, 1 28, 146 Smith, Jeff 1413 .. ......... ...... 1 06, 146 Smith, Jeff S. 133 ..,. , ,,,, 87, 160 Smith, Joan 123 . ........ 75, 82, 166 S-mith, Julia Ann 143 ...........,.,.. 146 Smith, Mauritzl 113 .. ..... 82, 90, 171 Smith, hielville 123 '--A-A-' . SB, 167 Smith Ned 123 . ..... ........ , . .,.. 129 Smith, Patricia A. 133 ...,.... 80, 81, 83, 156, 260 Smith, Patricia M. 133 ,,,...,.,......,,.,. 160 Smith, Sharon 133 ......,. 95, 97, 160 Smith, Sheryl 123 .... ............, . , 166 Smith, Steve 113 ..., ................ 1 71 Smith, Terry 113 ..,,.,.. 12, 83, 86, 99, 171 Smudft, Georgianne 143 .... 79, 146 Snelten, Thomas 123 ,,,,,,,,,, ,, 166 Snyder, Catherine 123 . ..... 162, 166 Snyder, Constance 123 ,, ,.,,,..,,,,,, 166 Snyder, Matthew 133 161 SOK'I'I'lR l'LI'Il ..,............ ..,, , 96 Socha, Diane 123 ...... . 166 SOCIOLOGY CLl'B .,,,.., .. ,.,,.....,..,,, 538 Soderlund Cynthia 123 107, 166 Sozlorstrom, Victor S, 1-13 126, 146 Somers, Todd 143 ,, ii, 12, 17. 31, -11, 74, 94, 11-1, 115, 126. 130, 151 Soprano, Michael 143 , , 146 SOPHOMORIC CLASS BOARD .,,, 162 Sorensen, Michael 113 .,.,., ,, 171 Sorensen, Nancy 143 .. .... .... 1 46 Southard, Melanie 143 ,, 88, 146 Sowka, Alan 143 ,,,,,,,,, ,,,, ,,,, 1 0 3 Spaeth, Tom B. 113 .... .. .. 171 SPANISH CLUIS ......,, ,,,,.., . 82 Spears, Elise 133 ...... ..,.. . . 160 Spears, Mark 143 ,.... , ,,,, 146 Speese, Donald 143 .... . 97, 146 Spencer, Laurie 113 . ..... . .... 171 Spcthmann, Nancy 123 ,,,. ,,,,,,,,,,, . 166 Spethmann, Susan 133 .... ..... S 3, 160 Spies. Joy 133 .... ............ . . 89, 160 Splitt, Marie 113 .... ...... .... ,.... 1 7 1 Splitt, Michael 123 .... ,, 62, 112, 127, 166 Splittorff, Louis 1-13 . 146 Spoerlein Alice 113 .... .,,, , 171 Spoerlein, Robert 133 ........ 160 Sporleder, YVilliam 133 ,.,. ,. 3160 SPRING PLAY ..,........,...,.. ,,,,,,.,, 4 7 Sredniclci, Scott 1113 ...... .,..,,. . .. 146 Staadt, Thomas 1-i3 .,,,. ,.,, SS, 1-16 Staahl, Carol 113 ,, .,,....,, 151 Staahl, Diane 133 .,.,, 111, 160 Stahl, Randall 143 ..,.,..,. .,,,.....,.. 1 46 Stains, Kathryn 143 ...,.... 151 Stanczyk, Elizabeth 113 ....,,..,,,, 171 Stanczyk, Richard 133 .... 74, 128. 129, 130, 160 Stanley, Ron 123 .....,,...,,.. ., .....,.,,. 166 Stansbury, Dean 123 ,, ,,.,,,,,.,.. ., 166 Stanshury, Monica 133 .... 88, 156, 161 Starek, Bruce A. 123 .... 116, 125, 166 Staudcr, Stephanie 113 .... , 83, 171 Stauder, Daniel 123 125, 166 Stebbins, Patricia 113 92, 99, 171 Steele, David 143 ........ 32, 41, 88, 90, 126, 130, 146 Steele, Jeffrey 123 . ....... 88, 91. 166 Steele, Laurel 1-13 .,.. 79, 83, 97, 146 Steele, Meryl Lee 113 S3, 97, 171 Stefanik, Thomas 143 .,...... 146 Stegemeyer, Susan 143 ....... ..... . 146 179 Walker. Trillian, Richard G. 441 ,. 149 Stegemeyer, Sally 421 ., 166 Stegeman, lfharli-s 411 , 92 Stein, Bruce 4-ll . . 146 Stein, Cheryl 441 .. 146 Stein, Patrice 421 .,,, 91, 166 Stein, Shirley 441 ......, ,, 89, 147 Steiner, Laurel 441 ., ,,,,, , 147 Steiner, XYilhert 421 .,... , 93, 125, 166 Steingraher, Scott 411 .. 109, 116. 171 Steinkamp, Susan 4-11 . , 88 S-teinman, Denise 421 , , 91, 167 Stelling, William 441 ,,,,,,,, 39, 75, 88, 94, 124, 125, 130, 147 Stephens, Karen 411 .. .. 171 Stephens, Martha 431 ,. 111, 1641 Stevens, Charles 421 . .,,. 1645 Stevens, Gary David 421 ,, 96 97. 110 Stevens. Paul 441 . , 124, 125, 147 Stevens, Thomas 441 .. .. 103, 152 Stier, Gaillynn 441 ..,,..., 102, 1-17 Stigger, Alice 431 .,,,, ,, 92, 93, 160 StiD1J, James 431 ,,.., ,, 103, 109, 160 Siirber, Michael 441 ,,,. .,,,,,,,, . . 153 Stockdale, David K. , ,,,, 97, 166 Stockdale, Jeffrey K. 431 ,,,, 97, 1641 Stoifcl, Harold R. 421 ,..,.,,., 166 Staker, Deborah K. 421 ......., 107, 167 Stoll, .lim E. 411 ,,,, ,. ,,,,,,, 123, 171 Stout, Dennis L. 411 ,..,,.,, 123, 173 Stout, XVarren C. 431 ...,,. . ...,... 161 Strait, Darlene D. 421 .. 1643 Strait, Walter 411 ....... ....,,. .,........ 1 - 47 Stratton, Steven 4-11 .... 106, 115, 130, 147 Stratos, Lucy A. 421 .... ,. 166 Strickler, William C. 431 .,.. 86, 160 Stroben, Gail M. 421 .... 166 Stroben, Kathy 4-11 ..... .... , ,, 147 Strong, Sally A. 421 .,....... ,. ..,... 166 Strother, Patricia l-11 111, 117. 147. 155 Stubbs, Cheryl A. 421 ..,.. ...... 1 66 Stubing, Robert L. 411 ...... 173 STUDEN'I' l'0l'Nl'IL ........ ........,. . 74 STUDENT l"0lil'M 0l"I"lI'l'1RS .... 98 Stueber, Douglas 441 .... 115, 147 Stull, Peter A. 411 . 113, 171 Stumph, Donald E, 431 .,,, 27, 115, 12s, 130, 160 Stumph, Gary L. 411 .. .. .. 128, 173 Suohomski, Kenneth G. 431 ., .... 160 Suchomski, Robert 441 ,... 103, 147 Sundeen, Janet G. 411 ,, ,, 171 Sundeen, Susan L. 431 ........ S9 160 Sundquist, Rick L. 411 . , 110, 171 Sundstrom, Sigrid, 431 ., 160 Swanson, Jan, 421 , 74, 89, 162. 166 Swanson, Roger 421 .... S6, 87, 1436 Swanson, Thomas L. 441 .............,,. 22 23, 40. 101, 112, 126, 130, 147 Sward, Thomas VV. 431 .... 87, 97, 160 Swim, Patricia, 421 ....................... 166 Swim, Robert, G, 44V .... 115, 147 SIYIMMING ,,.,.. , , ................... 28 122 Swisher, Richard T. 411 ........ 171 Soyoen, Alexander H. 441 1413, 152 Soyoen, David C. 421 ............ 166 Taege, Cynthia E. 441 147 Taege, Jack A. 421 ffff 166 'I'Al.EN'l' SHOW' ........,... .,.... 1 8 Tampa. Ann A. 431 .... . ,, ...,.. 161 Tannery, George F. 431 .... 160 Tarchala, Bill F. 411 .. ..,.. 123, 173 Taylor, Deborah K. 123 ...., .......... 1 67 Taylor, Patricia A, 431 ...... ,, , 160 Taylor, Susan M. 431 ........ SZ, 160 Teddy, Genevieve S. 441 .... 85, 147 Tellschow, Kurt L. 441 ..... ,. 28, 122, 123. 151 Temko, Glenn T. 431 .,...... 120, 160 Temko, Joe E. 411 , , 121 TENNIS .. ,... ..... .......,.., . , . . ., 38, 124 Terry, Kenneth L. 441 ,, 1-I7 Tetrev, Edward V. 427 ,. .... .....,. 1 67 Teuber, Scott W. 421 , .... 23, 112, 127, 166 Teuchert, Deborah A. 411 . ., 74. 168, 171 Teuchert, Pamela J. 123 ,, ,. ...... 166 Thai, James M. 143 ...,.... .... 1 47 Thal, Kevin K, 113 .... 109, 116 171 Thalman, Deborah A. 411 .... 90, 171 Thelander, Donald M. 1411 147, 173 Thelander, Margaret 411 .. ..... 171 Thielen, Debra K. 411 , 83, 173 Thielen, Lois R. 421 , .. 82, 166 Thielen, Roger D, 4-11 ..........., HT Thieman, Douglas 441 ..... .......... 1 -I7 Thieman, Jeff S. 421 ...... , 28, 122 14345 Thiessen, Abbe L. 421 .. .. 165 Thomas, Helene- 441 ..., ..,... 151 Thomas, Joy E. L11 ..... ...... 1 73 Thomas, Ronda D. L11 .......... 171 Thompson, Gail A, 411 107, 171 Thompson, Karen L. 421 51, 93. 166 Thompson, Pamela J. 441 ..... 147 ISC Thompson Paul A. 431 ' 94. 95,7 eh Thomson, Kurt 11. 4.11 .. 122, 123, Thornton, Brian Thorsen, Ray. M. 411 .... , Thrasher, Nadine D. 421 E. 411 , 167 Thyborly. Judy A. Tihbits, Cory N. Tibbits, Dale R. 431 441 421 ,,,, 9.3 92 97, 2 . 130, 1011, 82 F48... 125. b. Timm. David V. 421 .. . Timm, Jean A, 141 ,... . RS. Tindall, Marcia 411 . . . 90, Tindall, Richard D. 441 ,. . 12 94, Tobcrman, Mark J. 411 . 123, Tnllefson, Eric 411 ..,, 1l4i, 129, Tollefson, John R. 4211 127, Tollefson, .lulie R. 421 107, Tollefson, Paul H. 441 ., 41, 126, 130, Tomei, Elizabeth J. 421 ,, ...... ,, Tomei, Paul E, 4-11 ,,..... 93, Tomlinson, Charlene 421 Tonnesr-n, Deborah J. 411 .........,,, Tooman, Paula K. 421 .,...,.,..., Topalovich, Walden 411 , ..,. . Topp, Michael 411 116, 1215, Torno, Robert W. 431 . ....., Tonrnello, Donna 421 ,, .,.. , , Townsend, Alan 431 ....., ....... . . Townsend, Cathy J. 421 ,,,, 86, 166, Townsend. Pameia L, 441 , 117, 151, Townsend, Patricia 421 ........ 111. Townsend, Shelley 421 , Townsvnfl, Terri 411 . ......., , 111, TRACK ..........,..., ,, , ,,,,.. . .......... 441, Traver, Jeanette A. 441 .,.. 168 Travers, Emadone 411 ,, , Travis, Joy 431 ,..,.... . Travis, Judith L. 441 , Trlmberth, Stoll 421 , ,. . Tribbey, Mary A. 4-11 ., TRIPLE "S" OFFICERS 107, TruaX, Vicki J. 441 ,, 100, 111, Truelsen, Ray A, 4-11 .... 103, Trulove, Gayle 411 ...,..... , 168, Trulove, Herbert 431 128, Trummer, Tim R. 421 127, Tuomi, Donna J. 4-11 , .. . , 75. Tuomi, Mary 431 ,,,, 9, 88, 91, Turi, Claudine 431 .. .. 117, Turkcan, Cathy M. 421 ,, 162, Turlccan, Elizabeth 431 ...,......,..... Turnuy, Larry R. 421 .... . , .... Turney, Lorel 431 ,.,................. Ullrich David 431 .,,. 80, 81, Ulrich, James F. 4411 , 74, 75, 126, 148, Underwood, Lou 431 ......,..... 89, Ungaro, Patricia 431 , . .,.. ..... . . Urban. NanCY A, 411 ............ Urick, Jeanne M. 4-11 82, 117 Urick, Maryann 421 , .. 82, Use-lding, Lynnda 431 .... , .... Van Rladel, Ruheri. 431 . ,,,,. ,, Van Dcllen, Paula L. 441 ...,.,., Van Dellen, Scott 411 .. 116, Van De Merkt, John 421 ..., 121 Vandy, Joy 411 . ,.,, . ,.,,, . , ,, Vaneli, Deborah 431 ,,., ,. ,. 90, Vanelc, Nancy L. 421 .... , 82, SU. Vanveen, John D. 421 .. 36, 37, Van Winklc, Wesley 133 , .... ,, Vlcek, Robert J. 421 ..... , NT, 101 Vogel, Debra 431 ........ 75 SS, Vogel, Donald C. 441 88. 143, Vogeier, Sandy I1. 421 , . 89. 97, Vogt, Fred A. 411 ........ .,.. Voight, Gary V. 411 .... 129, Voise, Adrienne 431 .... , 75, 89, 156. Voise, Valerie Kay 4-ir ,, , 75, 79 98, Volland. Lana R. 421 107, Vollendorf, Kim D. 411 , 116, Vombrack. Cathy 431 , , ,, Von Iflbers, Stephen 431 . 35, 127, Von Gerhard, Ralph V. 411 Waara, Kathryn J. . . 4 i 3 1,-1, 104, 1-IS, Wacaser, Carolyn 431 , , 83, 156 Wadsworth, Deborah L. 441 Wzrlsworlh, Donna 431 Wadzita, Cynthia L. 421 .... Waffle, Carolyn J. 4-11 88, 99. 111, 93. 1 60 29. 1417 171 173 91. 147 166 160 166 147 171 74. 1-17 171 1 71 160 166 115. 147 167 147 166 168, 171 166 173 173 160 162 160 162, 167 115, 155 166 156 169 1245 115 147 171 160 148 116, 166 153 . 94 151 153 171 161 164-l 143 160. 167 160 166 160 166 160 160 115. 154 160 160 171 148 166 160 160 14S 171 166 171 111, 160 SS. 166 118, 166 160 166 160 155 166 171 171 111. 160 78. 148 166 1 29. 172 160 120, 1641 173 75, 17-1 160 1-I8 90. 160 162. 166 148 Wagner, Alan F. 431 ..., 92. 93. Wagner, Cynthia A. 411 ,, , , 90, VVagm-r, Evelyn 431 92, 93, 99 Wagner, Laura 411 ....,...,,.... , VVagner, Linda 431 ..,....,. ,, Wagner, Richard C. 411 , , Wakcfielfl, Richard 431 , VValieling, Thomas w. 9 3 Wake-ly, Richard 431 12s, Waldhuesser, Linda 421 , Whlrlhiiesser, Nan:-y 431 . . 95. VValker, Armar L. 441 ,, .. Walker, Beverly .I. 421 ,,.. 91, Walker, Brain V, 411 109, 1143 Dean D. 421 Walker. William S. 441 . Wall, Margaret L. 411 .. , Wall, Norman 133 ...., ,, S2, 127. Wallner, Gregory A. 4411 ........ , VVa1lner, James 431 ............ ,. XVal1ner, Laurel E. 411 90, 1Valsh, John K. 421 ..,. 116, 129. Walsh, Katherine A. 421 , 75 97, 162, Walsh, Michael 431 ,. 106, YValsh, Pamela M. 411 Walsh, Patricia 431 ..,,,, ........, 1 11, Walsh, Thomas E. 441 ............ VValthuuse, Michael 421 ............ , Walter, Donna J. 4-11 ,,,, 21, 45, 98. 117, 148. Walter, Linda A, 133 92, 93, Walters, Janet L. 431 .... ., Walworth, Bonnie L. 431 Ward, Douglas S. 431 , ,.... . Ward, Kathleen A. 421 ...... Ward, Kimberly S, 411 ..... ..,... 88. Ware. Linda K. 431 .. 79, 89, 1Varnecke, Nancy 411 ..,.... 90, Warns, Michael T. 411 .,.,,,, .,,..... Warr, Jeffrey C. 431 . ,........,. .. Watland, Gregory A. 411 116, 168 Watt, James A. 4111 ,,,,, ..., . , VVati, XVilliam A. 441 ,,,,, ,,,, , Waxstein, Marty 421 .,....... ,. . Wayman, Patricia L. 431 ,, Weber, Ann M. 411 ,,,, ,. Weber, Bob 421 ..., ..., ,.., , , We-her, Bodo G. S. 411 ..., 97, Weber, Karen L, 421 ......,. 162. Weber, Michael S. 431 ,.., 26, 115, 128, Weber, Patricia A. 421 ........ ..,,,, Weber, Ronald W. 421 .... Weber, Sandra Marie 411 ...,. ,, 90 Weber, Stacia A. 411 Weber, Susan L. 441 ......... XVeed, Michael M. 441 .. 1Veeg, Mark C, 421 121, XVegner, Gary R. 431 ..., .. 115, Wehmann, David L. 411 , 88, XVehmann, Stephen F, 421 ..,. Wehrm4-ister, Jeffrey 431 .,... .... Weide, David E. 421 ,,,... .... Weidner, Dale L. 431 Weidner, Dorothy A. lfll .,,....,,,.. Weidner, Terrance A. 421 .,....,. Weidner, Vince W. 4151 127, Weiler, Mary Beth 421 .... 83, Weiler, Michael J. 431 .... 126, Wellhausen, Sharon 411 ..,. 80, Wellhausen, Steven H. 441 ,, Wells, Doug L, 411 .............,., Wells, Ken G. 421 97, Wells, Richard W. 121 ..,..... 1138, XVelt0n, M. Bill 411 ....,,,, 116, XYOnclorf, L0l'ie A. 431 .,.. 88, 89, 99, Wenzel, David A. 411 Wenzel, Mary J, 411 ....... .. 90, Werfvlmann, Paul W. 421 .... Werking, Mark K. 41 v Werner, Barry R. 411 ,, .... 116, VVerner, Carol FI, 411 . ,,,, 90, Westedt, Cherie Ann 431 ,,,, 111, Westphal, Christine 411 ..,. 510, Westphal, Marcia A. 411 .. .. 92 Westphall, Linda Si. 421 HU, 89 Westwood, Linda L. till Wetton, Kerry Elain 421 Wheaton, Robert C, 411 . ,.,... 91, Wheeler, Lynne M. 411 , XVhite, Betty J. 441 , ti, 33. 92, White, David J. 411 , ..... ,. XVhite, Janet M. 4-11 W... XVhite, Thomas R. 4-11 108, 130. White, Tum 421 , , VVhlting, Deborah J. 431 87, 92, 171 171 160 171 160 171 160 97. 166 160 166 97. uso 148 165 171 166 148 171 160 148 160 107 125, 166 , S3 166 160 171 160 145 166 94, 155 160 150 160 160 we 171 160 171 173 160 109. 171 148 148 101 160 171 127 129, 173 166 27, 160 166 166 171 171 148 145 125, 166 127, 160 116 167. 173 160 166 mo 160 167 160 9.1, 166 130, 160 171 149 171 164i 160 171 90. 160 171 171 166 171 171 172 160 172 172 166 166 166 172 172 89. 148 172 151 126. 148 127 89. 111 Whitnell, Jane E. 431 Vvhitlier, Susan B, 421 .,. 76, 160. . ,,., ,. 89. 156, 17-1 166 166 172 173 172 14S 172 148 1 66 172 148 148 143 166 172 166 160 173 148 172 166 149 160 166 47. 151 172 160 166 96. 160 -M 172 149 160 172 173 115. 160 166 127, 160 166 160 Wickless, Kathy A. 421 ,,,,.....,.. Wickless, Steven J. 411 ....,, , Wicliless, Susan J. 411 ,,.,,,,. 90, Wiclistrom, Lorie R. 411 . .. 90. Wiegcl, David A. 441 ,,.. ,, .....,, . , Wiefzel, Richard J. 41r ,,,, ,,,, Wigrcn, Scott A. 441 ,,,, ,, ..,,...... .. WVilhins, Michael K. 421 ..., 107, 1VilhinS, PERRY A. 411 ..,...., 32, Wilhins, Richard G. 441 1Vilke, Donald J. 441 Wilke, Lynn S, 441 ..,..., ...... Wilkinson, Dounda 421 .. Will, Tomothy S. 411 ,, .,..., , 110, Will, Trevor J. 421 ......., 110, 125, Willcox, Judy J. 431 . ,,.,.,. 93, 111, Williams, Janet J. 411 ,,,,,,,, Williams, Michael S. 441 ...... ...,, VVilliams, Ray W. 411 ,, ,, ,, 113. Williams, Robert B, 421 93, 125, Williamson, Peggy A. 441 ,, Willie, William M. 431 .. Wilson, Bob W. 421 . .... 116, 129, Wilson, Curtis J. 441 ,....... 31. 7-l. 75, 78, 79, 80, Wilson, Jean M. 411 .... , , .. 107, VVilson, Karen L. 431 ...,......,. XVils0n, Robert W. 421 ,, ,, 121, Winlielman, Di-lynn C. 431 ,. SS, VYlN'I'Ell PLAY .,,..,.... .... Winters, Beth A. 411 .....,...,........ . VVinters, Donna J. 441 ...,..,. Winters, Mark V. 431 .,,..... 97, Winters, John 411 ,, ...... ..... . .. Wirka, Mary M. 411 , ........... . Wit., Samuel J, 431 ......., 40, 109, 127. VViicher, Kathleen H. 421 .... 111, Wiicher, William L. 431 .... 115, 130, VVitt, Robin E. 421 ., ,,,,,,.,. Wojtkiewicz, Susan 431 ........ 88, Wolff, Lawrence J. 411 .....,.. 116, Wollcrman, Patricia 441 ..... ,. Wolocl, VVilliam 421 .......,.... Walter, Krsitine T. 431 ..--.... 88 97, 107, 111, 160, Wood, Katherine 411 .,,,,.,. 74, 90, Wood, Rhonda C. 441 .. .... 92, Woodard, Xvarren D. 441 106, Woods, Anne M. 411 .... 90. Woods, Gayle 411 .,,,, ,..,.,,, ,,,, 7 4 1, Woodward, James B. 431 .... 117, Wos. Nancy A. 4-11 ....,,,,...... , ,. Woss, Raymond P, 421 ,........,,. Woss, Trudy L. 441 ........ 85, W0ulf, Philip 411 .....,.... , ,,,,,,,,, ., Wray, Barbara, 411 .....,...... 107. H'llES'I'LlNG ,...,.,,... 26, Wray, Laura Ann 421 .... 83, 90, VVright, Margaret A. 441 ............ Wroblewski, Celeste 44" .............. . Wrobleswki, Marilyn 431 160, VVrobIeWSlii, Mike 411 ............ , Wroblewski, Walter J. 421 .,.. 116, VVunderle, Douglas 411 .... 123, Nvunderle, Peggy J, 441 ,,,.,,,,,.,. YVyatt, Debra A, 431 .,..,... 160, Wysocki, Carl, 411 ,, ,,,,,,,,,.,,. 1.Vysocki. Jeffrey 411 ..,... . 82, 92, Yates, Deborah J. 441 6. 75, 92, 107. Yeazel, Scott 411 ., 12, 113, Yonkers, Christine 411 .........,...... Yore, Michael 411 .,......,,,,.,,,.......... Yorke, Mary 411 ,.... , .,,, 82, Yorke, Michael K. 421 ..,...,, 112, Yorke, Patrick 431 . . 96, 127, Yuunt, Marcy 441 .... .,.. ,,,,.,..... Zacharias, Donald 421 .....,.. 116, Zamrharias, Richard 4-11 ,,,.. Zaehwieja, Valerie J, 421 Zajicek, Kim A. 441 ,,,,,, Zakcr, John R. 4-11 Zaker, Robert 431 .. .... .. Zaksas, Richard 411 ..,. ...., ,.,.. Znlud, Patricia 431 ........ 84, 88. 107, 111, Zilen, Elizabeth 431 ...... 75, S0, 84, 88, 89, Zimmer, Susan 441 ........ 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