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

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Givens Pamela Bigford Elizabeth Rossi ...i.fPic'tii1ir95-'Editor Arlington Hqights, Illinois, Volume 49 E Arlingt61gjHigl3 School, Distfict 214 W 'i-i A , MY . Wim H - H 4 M M H Wu-W Y ui,-U' Y Nu u M - -c ki'-3?'u':w5 Q, , gs Q- ,,. ll wi- ll -- "1 H' -- ' 'M' ----, , -' , -.- T ,,' L, - S i -- ov -,.. - -I ' - M ' M if i ,Q I 2 1970 heights shaping the seventies The 70's -i a new decade, filled with new joys, new promises of success, new defeats. A time of looking ahead, a time of faith, hope, and dreams aching to be fulfilled. I One contributes. One participates in the molding, the shaping, of a new age. One finds himself in a nation which is a part of him as he is a part of it everything alone, yet everyone and all together. One learns the ability to assume his place among the masses, 'yet maintain his individuality. I One shares, and cares, and loves - one looks the future in the face, ' lifts the torch of progress, and contributes. One shapes the 7O's. 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At Coronation the ten- sion in the air mounted during the emotion-filled candidate pres- entation and exploded into tears and shouts of happiness as Master of Ceremonies G. Michael Rieder dramatically crowned King Wil- liam Heffernan and Queen Gail Collins. The multitude then hur- ried through the drizzle to the streets' edges and watched their melting floats and the damp '59 Court splash by in the parade. That night at the game, clad in raincoats and protected by unbrel- las, the Royal Court and faithful Cardinal fans braved the drench- ing storm and watched the Fal- cons beat the Cards. The Home- coming dance, Summers Echo, cli- maxed the week's gala festivities. x Still dazed by the dream world of Homecoming, Colleen Guilfoil and Jim Parish Ueftj move toward the climax of the ceremony. King Bill proudly escorts Queen Gail Qbelowj to the accompaniment of approving applause and, obviously, the Coronets' happy tears. - l f t t - In rain or shine, the Homecoming par- ade goes on as King Bill becomes a merry old soul sharing shelter with radiant Gail. IIT Ill v . li ' ""'f' -"" 51,4 mlm Proving that wishes on stars can come true, master of cere- monies Mike Riecler crowns Queen Gail and King Bill. Then fabouej they lead the procession through the streets. 9 A?- fi! .33-1 '1 Q Wthose raindrops keep falling on our headsw 10 y L .geggggry , i , -.--Q "All this hard work and then it rains!" sigh AHSers fleftj as they attempt in vain to protect their masterpieces from the pounding rain. Later, caution is thrown to the winds as floats Qabovej are uncovered for the afternoon parade. Cards have high hopes of rising up, up, and away from those fighting Falcons as dem- onstrated Qleftj by one homecoming float. Ulf I had a hammer fabovej I'd beat those Falcons into the soggy turf." 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Set in nineteenth century Peru, the plot centered on Perichole, a l l Expressing her anguish in song, the sad Perichole, portrayed by Karen Kirkland, dreams of the love she can never have. Reluctant Perichole, played by senior Karen Kirkland, sadly casts aside her only true love in order to accept the kings offer of an honorable position in his court. beautiful street singer played by Karen Kirkland, and Paquillo, her lover, alias Darrell Rowader. Dick Rausch as Don Andres completed the love triangle and the comedy. The other characters, backed up by a chorus of nineteen, Were di- rected by Mr. Jerome Pugsley and were accompanied by Mary Tuorni. Local townsfolk watch critically as Darrell Rowader accompanies partner Karen. Kirk- land in a lively dance. They perform part of their traveling act in La Perzchole. Paquillo, portrayed by Darrell Rowader entertains the town folk with a guitar, a good song, and a smile in La Perzchole. 17 1 S 1 1 1 1 1 U11 1 X L' . 1 1 1 ",. 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V ii .J 'E atrlington takes the mst by storm as putters sink their scores this season - 1 E Y 5 gl E E mu 1 In "Maybe if I moved a little closer to the ball . . ." plots golf strategist jack Van- Veen fabovej. Qflbove rightj "O, :mother shot, another hole-in-oi1e,' nonchalant- ly sighs Chris Marszalek. QBelow rightj "I know it's there, I know it's there!" exclaims gopher golfer Richard Armour. 38 ff! ,f . . .f..f"' A- ?f-3. ' ' ' ,Q 'gf-xf:i1"", 4 ---- 1 Mc.,-,f ,..-.,.,...., -,, ., .- ,....- .. M ,Y 7,7 .. T T . ,.. .. ,.... ,., - , -,.. .-,,3Zb...i.., .. Y ..-M Y ir W A, -f ng. 0 A44 a l Rich Armour and Chris Marszalek, Cardinal golf team members, chuckle as Coach Walthouse grits his teeth over their scores. f , - ,X , . "-5-g"': l ' 1 - . . x . 1 , f, ,113 'Q'-' , .as rf' -V--' 5- . 'ff'f':" f .4-' ' Wai 'fff-ef .ja i A 1 . V .la -2. 31 .. U ' K J -Q'-M, vs. -:rr N ,J i av. '-if , , 'f -' QS ' - "'gv ' r :fl C. 8- 'W:irL"-ETA' .. . - . yn-Y' 1 ' 5'- ' 5:54 it " n f -wr rf, . 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" 1 ' '- flax' 4- A ff' el M 'L - 3...-Y av Yi. , -.1-52' ,, 1 Aw .ax , ,.,, . if 1. 5 -111 "F LC spring has sprung . 2 ii J l I l I 5 Spring fever hits Arlington High with big smiles, bare feet, and a bicycle built for two as is rellected in the shining faces of students Maggie Hermes and Scott Douglas. Returning the reference material used in his biology term paper, Ed Foy Qleftj ponders over headline news. fAbovej Lonely arch- ery targets observe the hole which will become Arlington's pool. As the surprise recipient of the coveted artroom relics, Mr. Michaelis is unable to find words of thanks for his awards. 41 success at the end of finianps rainbow, Rainbows, leprechauns, pots of gold, and a mythical land called Glocca Morra wove a magical spell in the musical, F inianiv Rain- bow. Featuring Dick Rausch as Finian McLonergan, Lisby P eek as Sharon, his spirited daughter, and Rex Parvin as dashing Woody Mahoney, the lively cast sang and danced their way through "Neces- sity," and "How Are Things In Glocca Moria?" The cast rehearsed for six long weeks before presenting the show on April 25 and 26. Mister Boyd White was General Director, while Mr. Fritz Schmoyer led the orch- estra and Mr. Jerome Pugsley was Technical Director. Deb and Don Vogel shared the title of Stage Manager. Piano accompaniment, for both rehearsals and perform- ances, was given by Mary Tuomi. Og the leprechaun, alias Mike Ford ftopj jumps out of hiding, looking gleefully in search of his pilferecl pot of gold. Dick Rausch Qrightj playing the part of Fi- nian, warily listens to Og as the little leprechaun attempts to. give a few tid- bits. of advice in Finianis Rainbow. 42 With a gentle but firm rebuff, country lass Lisby Peek reminds amorous co-star Rex Parvin at rehearsal that this is definitely not the scene needing the most practice! l Spiders Laurie Lechelt and janet Lense lleftj perfonn "The Web" in the '69 Orchesis Show, Collage, as Senior Orchesis members fabovej reverently give praise to the Lord. pointed pinkies, poise and perfection "On stage" are five junior and senior Orchesis members as they present a dance "hap- pening" in Collage, the 1969 version of the annual performance of interpretive dance. 44 8:00 P.M., May 28, 1969, four girls appeared on the stage of the AHS Bristol Theatreg the dance began as "Computer In Love" drifted into the auditorium. Col- lage, the '69 presentation of the Orchesis Show, was underway. Wearing hand-made costumes and concentrating on carefully planned choreography, each group waited to perform their own creations. Foot-loose and fancy-free feelings relieved the weeks-long anxious anticipation, and the girls delight- ed the audience with dance after dance as their Collage brought to life "Los Dios," "Tiptoe Through the Tulips," and "The Stripper." Each dance in Collage was cho- reographed by the members of Or- chesis with the help of their su- pervisor, Miss Whitney. This was the fifth show that she directed. The title of the show, explaining that many phases of dance would be included, was the girls' idea. spring satire: world of silent flicks It happened right here on the AHS stage - Merton Gill, alias Ray Munro, typical Illinois small town boy, was transformed into an honest-to-gosh, genuine silent screen movie Star. Mr. Murphy brought this inspiring rags-t0- riches tale to Arlington when he chose rllerton of the Dlovies, a comedy by George S. Kaufman and Marc Connelly, as last year's spring play. Merton's home town boss, play- ed by G. Michael Rieder, warned that Hollywood in the 1920's was filled with prospective stars, but Merton was encouraged by Emery as Tessie Kearns and by Peek Craig Davis as VVeller. Merton be- came determined to make good when he fell in love with a movie Miss Montague, portrayed extra, by Ginny Hawley. Trusting Mer- ton was deceived by jim Mayhercy, but the play ended on a happy note. Darnsel in distress: Gale Sauers, is given directions by her casting director, Craig Davis. Mike Katovich assumes a dignified stance in order to portray the proper mood. Director Alan I-Iess and cameraman Rick Stanczak Qbelowj do a chorus of "Lights . . . camera . . . action!" in Merton of the Nlovies. Craig Davis muses over the action. T Jackie McMillan portrays Beulah Baxter, silent screen star, in the spring play. 45 W' A v 1 34, wwf nw 555 E aa w Y ,H ,X x u v S , as .fu as 'my X K mf L Rs is . MP4 ,, . MVK? 1, 1 1 A -1 f 2.4 1 ,dwg ,- I, w ,T.-.v, We . - I5 Wiz, fi A w M' New Y - Q fWa' g' .ig-, . +, uf ii ,Lil 1 you 1: ff?" j 1 E12 ' .-1 w Q -we ki ,ws-. Q 1' . ig' 5 Oblivious to others dancing around them, fleftj couples know only the joy they feel. Qflbovej A little punch, some good table conversation make a good time even better. 969 prom ends decade of dance Newly-hired country hayseed chaperones busily count their coppers in order to purchase some goodies before boarding the bus that will carry them to a "hectic" after-prom. Ending an era of dance at Arl- ington High School, Of Dawn and Dreams was presented by the jun- ior class on the eve of June 6, 1969. Picturesque Chevy Ch as e Country Club was the site for this final prom. Throughout the evening the rain came down, but this did not dampen the ClElIlCC,S romantic at- mosphere which the formal at- tire, soft music and low lights created. As the clock struck twelve, the couples rushed home to prepare for the all-night after-the-prom trip to Viva Geneva. Buses left the high school at 1:30 A.M. for the couples' destination: the Ab- bey in Lake Geneva. Although the rain did hinder some plans, the couples enjoyed the ferry ride a- cross Lake Geneva, the swimming in the indoor pool, and the good food. The work put in on the prom by the junior class and on the after-the-prom by the parents cre- ated a rainy but fun time for all. 47 xx A: ai" -1 .uw VH 1913! 1111- 1 13 11' " F f-1 O A Q 1 1 1 ,QA 1 Y1, 'Q 1. I, 146515113 1 K, 1- -f 1 E t bl.-1 1 V at-' 1 s i H 1 . -,f .1 - .' - -, 1 gg , ... ak. 15, ' 1. .2 1' I 9311 'F-. 1 ' : 11 -. 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W heeling ............... .... 0 20 ,..... ..,..... G lenbard North ....... .... 8 0 ...... ....... F orest View ........... .... 6 0 ...... ....... P rospect .... ....... 1 3 37 ...... ....... E lk Grove ...... ....... 1 2 6 ........ Fremd ...,.... 28 54 Birdmen Foot The Ball Football has traditionally been considered the ic- ing on Arlington's athletic cake. However, the grid- ders didn't manage to t1.l1'I1 up the ingredients this year as a shaky offense caused the Cardinals to drop a few close decisions. Everything looked alright after the Cards beat the Maine West Warriors in the opening game of the season. However, the team failed to score against the Palatine Pirates in the first MSL conference game on the agenda, which really put the pressure on. In the next game against Wheeling's Wildcats both sides were grounded by inclement weather, and the final score was a 0-0 tie. In the remaining five conference games, Arlington took two and lost three, giving the Cardinals a total season record of three wins, four losses, and one tie. Rising above the occasion were co-captains Carl Anderson and Mike Hadley, who, along with team- mates Tom Harris and jack Hult earned "al1-confer- ence" pins for their exceptional performances through- out the season. Also coming up with conference honors was the defensive squad led by middle linebacker Hadley. The defense allowed an average of only 9.5 points per game, which was good enough to put the Card gridders on top in the total defense category. Ruff 'n ready, the AHS defense Qleftj closes in on a doomed Pal- atine foe. The Cardinals ended up on the wrong end of the final score, despite the last efforts of fullback Terry Foy Qabovcj. ff.'t .-,3 453 7, VARSITY FOOTBALL Front Row: Dick Elsner, Fred Morrison, John Morrow, Paul Greene, Dan Renz, Terry Foy, Jim Burke, John Gabler, jim Parish. Second Row: Frank I-Iiggason, Randy Fischer, Mike D'- Angelo, Carl McWherter, Bill Welton, john Garms, John Reit- rneyer, Bob McDonald, John Meyer, Andy Kehe, jim Rybski. ., f f M W tt 2 342921 55 Q ' ' fab . Third Row: Coach Walther, Coach Pitchford, Scott Douglas, Gary Bratko, john Kuykendall, Craig Moritz, Tom Sayre, Mike Hadley, Mike VVeber, Denny Foreman, Coach Sheehan, Coach Alcorn. Fourth Row: Jeff Selleck, Terry Ormsbee, Carl Ander- son, Chuck Donchess, jack I-Iult, Tom Harris, Kevin Ellertson, Pete Harth, Fred Harth, Mike DeZonna, Sam Mlit. Grid-iron 1969 -A Soggy Season For Success IUNIOR-VARSITY FOOTBALL Front Row: Blaine Hemphill, Chuck Dillon, John Walsh, Steve Chase, Norbert Darmofal, Fred Shak. Second Row: Bart Delaney, Bob Huber, Tom Carroll, Mike Graham, Pete Anderson, Roy Genevich, Shawn Murphy. Third Row: Coach Burke, Coach Fliehler, Bob VVolters, Don Chambers, Bruce Bittner, Jim De- pew, Bruce Clark, jay Short, Coach Scarpino. Fourth Row: Scott Mudge, Rick Schoell, Steve Moore, Mike Cleveland. Lorne Kuf- fel, Tim Densirnore, Don Zacharias, jim Josetti, Jack Kelly. 55 , ,g I ' 7 X5,.4v 15 8 314 SOPHOMORE FOOTBALL Front Row: Tom johnstin, Scott VanDe1len, Dana Morken, Eric Tollefson, John Ludolph, John I-Ieitz, Jeff Chase, Mark Carlson. Second Row: Mark Atwater, Mike Profke, Kim Vollen- clorf, John Kipley, Milan Savich, Rich Porowski, Boclo VVeber, Tim Sands, Jim Brown, Larry Moderhack. Third Row: Coach Card Griclclers Slip and Smith, Ed Leister, Kevin Thai, Steve Cooper, jim Miller, Craig Bratko, Jim Locascio, Craig Lasher, Dennis Kamps, Rick Zaksas, Art Dyer, Coach Tollick. Fourth Row: Greg VVatland, Dave Wfehmann, Brian Walker, Dean Powell, Ed Carpenter, Bob Comer, Frank Corrado, Oliver Peale, Troy Slinkard, Dave Mills, David Kenninger. lide n Wa To Glor FRESHMAN FOOTBALL Front Row: Mike Stanczak, Tom Bierma, Mike Nitch, Dave Hartman, Titus Josetti, Kurt Davis, Jim Porowski, Dan Extrom. John Burkhardt, Kevin Sheahen, Mark Turkcan. Second Row: Ieff Thal, Creston Woods, Mike Murphy, Bruce Stinson, Mike Nichols, Mike Reitmeyer, Bob Conklin, Brian Cohan, Don Sehlatterer, Tom Eggert, Dennis Miresse, Ed Kemper, Peter Harper. Third Row: Corky Mirs, John Mirs, Bill Harris, Steve Dalley, Gary Knight, Bob Warnecke, Gregg Hauptly, Rich Clausing, Niel Piarson, Steve Klein, john Adams, Terry Brown, 56 Bill Blocki. Fourth Row: Rich Schowengerdt, Ed lblvensen, Steve Frankovic, Tom Rice, Bob Harth, Doug Everhart, Dave Auge, Ken Yung, Brian Deevy, Wfayne I-Ieise, Mike Pace. Fifth Row: Coach Henderson, Coach Cutlip, Rick Kuhl, Bruce Lyon, Greg Nelson, Steve Pollard, Dave Kubik, Gary Pinoras, Mark Mant- well, Iohn Norton, Mike Pautz, Jim Glueckert, Coach Somers, Coach Sutton. Sixth Row: Ken Myers, Tom Hartnett, Dan Far- rell, Rick Miller, Dan Cunningham, Clarke Sanders, Steve Har- ris, Mike Thalman, Gary Philo, Mark McClendon, Glenn Lewin, Mark Rickerson, Jay Rasmussen. Black Tights Green Balloons? Wlio sold balloons? Orclzesis didl The dancers, spon- lvl ii sored by Miss Whitney, also helped at home gymnastic meets by show- ing and tabulating scores. The girls worked diligently in class to per- fect their movements to music for their performances at basketball half-times and at other schools. Their efforts climaxed in the pre- sentation of the annual Orchesis Show. The group also planned for the first all-district workshop. As their year drew to a close, the senior leaders, sponsored by Miss Swanson, breathed a sigh of relief. .The frantic pushing of falling girls back onto the uneven parallel bars and desperate flee- ing of flying objects were at an end. After attending early bird gym their junior year, these girls in green effectively assisted the physical education instructors by leading warm-up exercises, taking Class attendence, and demonstrat- ing the basics of S-ENIOR LEADERS various sports. m uits lnvade AH Front Row: Joanne Lalish, Cherie Ykfestedt, Maureen Callahan, Kathy Gaare, Betsy Rossi, Debby Vogel, Jane X1Vhitnell, Dianne Banl-co. Second Row: Celeste Landon, Margaret Hermes, Chris Haskins, Lynne King, Jan Cochran, Gail Quam, Sue Insel- berger, Ruth Gabler, Rosalie Keller, Sue Xflfojtkiewicz. ORCHESIS Front Row: Marjie Bowen, janet Lense, Laura Bergstrom, Carol Lepkowski, Toni Bunnelle, Laurie Lechelt, Second Row: Paula Carstens, jackie McMillan, Lynnda Kleiner, Bonnie Pedersen, Lin Mitchell, Kathy Owens, Patti Miller, Ian Swanson. Third Row: Nancy Scudder, Cathy Townsend, Anne Owens, Linda Vlfestplial, Debbie Leydig, Mindy Flodin, Lori Cahill, Ernadene Travers, Debbie Loeser. Fourth Row: Sheri Ryckaert, Joan Christensen, Nancy Simon, Mary Ann Urick, Lori Wendorf, Melanie Maloney, Kevin Erbe, Margaret Long, Marty Preissing, Sandra Vogeler, Peggy Harris. 57 ardinal Harriers Leave Foes In Their Wake VARSITY CROSS-COU NTRY Front Row: Frank Carter, Frank Dye, Paul Hanson, Bill Luss- man, George Knight. Second Row: Mr. Samoore, Scott Barrett, V-I-C-T-O-R-Y! That's the only battle cry for Arlington's num- ber two harrier, Scott Teuber as he strides through the chute 58 Mark VVerking, Vince Weidner, Mike Splitt, Torn Jarm, Scott Butler, John Curtin. Third Row: Mike Yorke, Scott Teuber, jim McGrath, Phil Raclmer. Clad in a light grey jogging outfit and occasion- ally sporting red-and-white earmuffs, the dedicated 1969 Cardinal cross country man ran all over Arling- ton Heights. In any season of the year, one could spot a harrier huffing through Dunton Court or puffing down Euclid. The Cards were taught by Coach Bruce Samoore that practice makes the team. However, hampered by loss through graduation and the unexpected absence of two lettermen, the 1969 harriers lacked the depth of Arlingtonys prev- iously championship teams. The record placed them sixth in the difficult MSL competition. In invitational action, the team members paced their way to four- teenth place in 1959's running of the Maine West contest, and to a sixth place finish in the mammoth Peoria Invitational. Heading the Cardinal attack were some returning lettermen, seniors Scott Butler and John Curtin, and junior Scott Teuber. Other varsity participants were senior Vince Weidner and juniors Mike Yorke, Mike Splitt, and George Knight. On the sophomore level, the little Cards sparked the hopes of future successes by running off with a share of the sophomore conference title. In route to their co-leadership with Forest View, the 1969 sophs corn- piled a perfect dual meet record of eleven wins and no defeats. These pacers were led by Torn jarm, Scott Barnett, jim McGrath, Pete Stull and Craig Noland. ' " H H ww . Hum Hmmm! w num H , v I P num u Harrier Pat Cuilfoil puts his foot on the accelerator and hopes that he won't be ticketed for running too fast for conditions, ome Came Runnin 1969 VARSITY CROSS COUNTRY Cardinals Ojiponent 30 .......... v...... I- Iomewood - Flossmoor ........ ........... 2 7 fll .,,,,,,..,....... ..... E vanston .............,.................. ..... 1 9 14th place ......,..... Maine West Invitational ..... . - 21 ............. .... H ersey .................................. ..... 3 4 22 ..... Elk Grove ..... .... . 33 36 n ..,.. Prospect ....., 24 16 ...... .... F orest View ....... 42 32 ...... .... P alatine ,..... ..... 2 7 48 ................ .... F remd ...,............,.......... ..... 1 5 llth place ........... Peoria Invitational ...... . - 25 ..,...,...... .,.. W heeling ................. ..... 3 0 34 ...... .... G lenbard North ...... ..... 2 3 30 ............. .... C onant ............... ..... 2 8 5th place 6th place Conference . - District - FROSH-SOPH CROSS COUNTRY Front Row: Larry Ruff, Tom Holub, Greg Berry, Dave Jenkins, Mike Niemczyk, Steve Clarke, Mark Stanley, Dave Grashorn. Second Row: Mr. Vitton, Jeff Brauer, Iim Hauer, lim Mc- Grath, Scott Barnett, Tom Jarm, Mark Werking, Peter Stull 1 Craig Noland, Mike Cohan, Bob Givens. Third Row: Dan Spethmann, William Schmid, Bruce Lenhardt, Pat Guilfoil Kevin McLaughlin, Ken Ravazzolo, Dave Tremblay, Bob South ard, Rick Turner, Bob Skolnik. 59 .. . ,. ,Z -f X ' ' 'w 1 'sl - ,, .Q , l GIRL'S! TENNIS TEAM Front Row: Joyce Kuenstler, Margie Barry, Colleen Carmean, Claire Schmoyer, Sandy Niwrot Cnrol Bcdnuz Ginger Lough Val Temko, Marta Larsen, Debbie Bauer, Jan Broderick, Nancy man, Debby Bunn, Linda Angeloff Many Ceiwm Colleen Cole Kouzmanoff, Denise Ciminera, Bobbie Plant. Second Row: man, Kathy Campbell, Iny Schrnoyei ew Experience In rlingtorfs ennis ir S' GIRL'S TENNIS- TEAM Cardinals Opponent 4 ............ ,...,. P rospect ....,.. ,....,......... 6 5 ...,. ...... B Iaine West ....... ..... 2 5 ..... ...... E lk Grove ...... ..... 3 4 .,... ...... P alatine ......... ,,... 2 5 . ...... Forest View ...... ..... L 1 4 ..... ..,... B arrington ...... .,... 2 Linda Angeloff, a member of the newly-formed girls' tennis team, rips into the ball to show the ability of a girl on the courts. 60 L 5 ,ir X.. Ready racketeer Marta Larsen skillfully extends her racket and stretches upward to combat the quickly approaching tennis ball. Girls Reach F or gilit Vim, vigor, and vitality marked the members of the Girls' Recreation Association. Through such sports as bowling, basketball, volleyball, archery, and the new addition of fencing, the club provided interest and active participation in athletics. Chief promoters of sportsmanship, leadership, and friendship were GRA's dedicated sponsors, Mrs. Hundt and Miss Swanson. The officers were President Lynne King, Vice-president Linda Angeloff, Secretary Patty Zalud, Points Secretary Marcia Patterson, Public Re- lations Manager Carol Bednarz, and two representa- tives hom each class who plotted the course of the year from the welcoming meeting through the Win- ter Banquet to the spring picnic. Due to popular demand, GRA formed Arlington's first girls' tennis team, coached by Miss Swanson. The girls' seasonal record included seven wins, one tie, and one loss, placing them second in the divi- sion competition. Practice began with the formation of the team in the spring, continued through many swel- tering summer days, and finished in lively competi- tion on fall afternoons. The team's greatest triumph came in the spirit-lifting trouncing of the difficult but eventually conquerable team from Forest View High. GIRLS RECREATION ASSOCIATION Front Row: Debbie Vogel, Mary Hansen, Joann Oppenheimer, Patty Zalud, Lynne King, Marcia Patterson, June Austin, Linda Wilke, Susan Kessinich, Sandy Schinkowsky. Second Row: Karen Rue, Kathy Donahue, Jean Anderson, Pat Stebbins, Linda Moody, Debbie Sevilla, Ellen Lelnnan, Sue Smith, Wendy Daly. Third Row: Jeanne Rodseth, Marty Preissing, Jeanne Andresen, Cynthia Mfagner, Nancy Rudin, Sue Hinton, Karen Hartz, Debbie Harvey, Jan Herbst, Ann Nakutny, Sue Chin, Pat Grob. Fourth Row: Diane Dustman, Cindy Wilson, Pam Burkhardt, Linda Jolmson, Mary Beth Vlfright, Carol Dalbke, Laura Wray, Phyllis Ford, Ann Gilmore, Mary Hahn, Sue Conti, Becky Geiser, Kim Arnoux. Fifth Row: Barb Holzem, Robin Witt, Joan Smith, Wilma Klingemaier, Cathy Ferrario, Laura Wagner, Ellen Koch, Kris Klimek, Joni Lynk, Pat Doyle, Meg Mac- Donald, Liz Tomei, Lana Volland, Kathy Csepp. Sixth Row: Lynn Schultz, Lesley I-Iolrnes, Stephanie Stauder, Andrea Polites, Kathy Pearce, Barbara Wray, Carmel Cassidy, Marcia Flodin, Sharon Luker, Lynnelle Engle, Carol Burlingame, Marilou Johanek, Pamela Munson. Seventh Row: Judy Ulrich, Chris Fer- rario, Debbie Larson, Nancy Kiley, Anne Woods, Jan Lyon, Betsy Rossi, Jean Glander, Joan Almdale, Karen Sundquist, Joyce Conway, Mary McLean. 61 VARSITY 8' I. V. WRESTLING Front Row: Greg Mattix, Wayne Pierre, Doug Warcl, Scott Doug- las, Gary Stumpf, Rick Stanczak. Second Row: Don Stumpf, Lou Hernandez, Bob VVilson, Todd Shumate, Steve Bakas, Scott Mudge, Michael Weber, Steve Chase, Craig Smith. Third Row: Robert Parks, John Meyer, Carl Anderson, Jeff Selleck, john Reitmeyer, Pete Harth, Andy Locken, Steve Moore, Bruce Carlsen, John Gabler, Mr, Alcorn, Mr. Cutlip. atmen Take Down pponents-Pin p Honors "Now just lie still for three more seconds and it'll be all over.. . won't hurt a bit," says senior Don Stumpf in a soothing manner. 62 "There's nothing new under the sun" proved to be an erroneous Statement when applied to this year's wrestling squads. The entire structure of wrestling competition was changed this season. The new weights were: 98, 107, 115, 123, 130, 137, 145, 155, 165, 175, 185, and heavyweight. Among other changes was a Cardinal victory over Prospect with a score of 31 to 83 this was the first such victory in six years. An- other crowd-drawing meet resulted in the Card grap- plers claiming the treasured Pa's bucket trophy from Palatine. Team spirit and individual effort, encouraged and directed by Coach Cutlip, won for Arlington the conference championship, a second place title in dist- rict competition, a sixth place in the sectionals, and a sixteenth place finish in the state contest. Advanc- ing from district competition were grapplers Scott Douglas, Rick Stanczyk, Don Stumpf, and jeff Sel- leck. One lone wrestler, Stumpf, emerged victorious from this area of competition, and became the first Wrestler in three years to represent AHS in the state finals at Illinois State University. Stumpf brought home to Arlington a third place state title in the 145 pounds bracket. "New weights and new wins" could have been 69-70's motto. Varsity men captured the conferences highest honors, the seventies looked to successful younger squads for future AHS trophies. Captain Carl muscles to maneuver a powerful Prospect opponent in order to capture the 165 weight class and a conference match. at ania akes lt 1970 VARSITY WRESTLING Canlinals Opponent 25 ............ ..... H ersey ............................. ........... 1 6 31 ...., ...... l lockforcl - Guilford ........ .... 1 7 26 ..... ..A.., R ockfort East ..,.......... .... 1 9 24 ..,.......,..,. ...... F orest View ..... .... 1 9 2nd place ....... ..... P roviso Quad ...... - 33 ............... ...... E lk Grove ................... .... 1 6 2nd place . ...... ..... L ake Park Tourney ..... - 2nd place ....... ..... P alatine Tourney ..... - 28 ......,,.,.. ..... C onant ..,.,........,.... .... 1 3 45 ,,... .,... W heeling ....... .... 3 31 ..... ..... 1 'rospect ...... .... 8 27 ..... ...... N iles VVest ....... .... 1 7 30 ..... ..... P alatine ...... .... I 6 28 ...,. ...,.. F remd ...,...,..,....,.. .... l 5 24 ..,,....,... ...... G lenbard North ..,.... .... 1 4 2nd place ....... ...... D istrict ................. - 6th place ....... ...... S ectional .... - FROSH-SOPH WRESTLING Front Row: Rich Schowengerdt, Tom Rice, Michael Staahl, Chuck Pertl, Mike Murphy, Tom Patterson. Second Row: Bob Fanning, Tom Taltomp, jim Porowski, Steve I-Iarrns, Clark Petrie. Third Row: Pete Anderson, Mike Reitmeyer, Brian Co- han, jim Millas, Mike Prafke, Bodo Weber, Dick Porowski, Frank Constantino, Edward Leister, Paul Pennings. Fourth Row: Dave Schlott, Milan Savich, Steve Dalley, Dave Skar, John Chap- man, Steve Cook, Mark Chidley, Mike Warns, Coach Waltller 63 . ,ev-use -- sw.:-TJL..f VARSITY SWIMMING H . A v A Jeff Thieman, Dave Brask, Denny Stout, Coach Gardner. Thin! Fran! Row: Frank Dye, Jeff Burhng, Nic I-Iahn, Eric Lindblad, Row: Jim Kolze, Ollie Peale, Bill VVitcher, Mike Topp, Steve Tom Noerenberg. Second Row: Coach Anderson, Tom Rowe, jurco. pponents Sunk B Cardinal Paddling Prowess Cardinals 5th place 39 ....... 44 48 58 ......... 10th place 79 ...,..... 38 ., 68 .. 62W ...... 55 .. 35 ......... 2nd place Sth place I970 VARSITY SWIMMING St. Viator Relays IfVaukegan Lake Forest Forest View Elmwood Park Proviso VVest Relays I-Iersey Maine West Prospect Prospect Elk Grove Notre Dame Conference District Opponent 56 51 47 37 16 57 27 3216 110 60 64 Under the direction of new head coach Don Ander- sen and diving coach John Gardner, Arlington's var- sity tankers finished their season with a splash, ending with an overall dual record of 5 wins and 5 losses. They also finished a close second in the first year of conference standings, with a record of 3 wins and l loss. With four returning lettermen, led by senior cap- tain Erick Lindblad, a total of three seniors and three juniors, along with as many as twelve sophomores and three freshman competed on varsity level this year. Juniors Tom Rowe and jeff Thieman were par- ticularly successful as were sophomores Steve Jurco and Denny Stout. Early morning practices at the YMCA paid off for the Card swimmers, as they set many new school rec- ords and sent one boy to the State Meet. At the Con- ference Meet, they finished second behind Forest View, with 75 1-2 points, and also emerged with three individual and one relay team championships. Tom Rowe, who set a new school record in the 100 yard Butterfly, Jeff Thieman, Denny Stout, and the Medley Relay team netted first places at this meet. Arlington finished eighth at the New Trier East District Meet, with highlight performances by Rowe, jurco, the Medley Team, which set a new school rec- ord, and Thieman, who also finished 14th downstate. atatorists Anchor hemselves To 2nd Place FRESHMAN SWIMMING Front Row: Glen Lewen, Ed Kamper, Mark Stanley, Rex Hanson, Hal Miller, Rick Cook. Second Row: Coach Ander- son, Coach Gardner, Don Herrick, Bill Kounanis, Mike Nitch, Nick Brown, Steve Ringel, Ray Hollenbach. Third Raw: Craig Aspin, Jeff Schramuk, Ken Meters, Dan Spethmann, Steve Heller, Dave Hartman, Bob Ward. Fourth Row: Mike Nichols, Steve Langerock, Alan Lukhanb, Dean Lellacecca, Tom I-Iolub, Jeff Simon. SOPHOMORE SWIMMING Front Row: Greg Quid, jeff Simon, Ed Kemper, Mark Stanley, Rick Cook. Sec- ond Row: Tom Noerenberg, Ray Hollen- bach, Bill Tarchala, Mike Nitch, Don Herrick, Dave Hartman. Third Row: Coach Anderson, Doug Wunclerle, Dave Petrovski, Kevin Hofstadt, Mark Tober- rnan. Fourth Row: Jeff Seiler, Mike Topp, Alan Lukhaub, Bob Annett, Bill Peters. 65 VARSITY GYMNASTICS .yy Front Rozuzi Coach Walthouse, Captain John Boylan, Steve seau, Tom Sayre, Brad Prochaska, jeff McGuire, Larry Bossung, Brogdon, Brian Pascale, Greg Datillo, Mike Isaacs, Pat Brous- Kim Moore, Tom Kennedy, Dave Lighthall, Coach Russell. mnasts Stunt Foe - Extend treak To 9 -0 Cardinals 126.55 .......... 117.86 ....... 124.421 ......... 3rd place 120.85 ........... 2nd place 128.00 ........... 8th place ....... 121.15 ....... 131.95 ....... 125.41 ....... 133.99 ....... 135.90 ....... 120.43 ......... 130.04 ....... 128.36 ....... 139.39 .......... 1970 VARSITY GYMNASTICS Addison Trail Maine West Prospect Evanston Invitational Palatine Maine East Invitational Waukegan Invitational Elgin Larkin .................... ...... Glenbard North ....... Barrington Forest View Evanston Elk Grove Conant Columbus Wheeling I-Iersey Opponent 100.21 66.42 123.12 78.95 76.81 70.00 56.60 92.02 102.43 132.82 133.90 69.10 119.30 60.85 139.28 31-d place ....,.. Conference ....... - 2nd place ............... District ...... - 5th place ............... Sectional .... -- Gth place Qtiej ..... State - 66 Arlington's gymnastics season was in full swing be- for the team's potential was fully realized. Eight vet- erans from the '68-'69 state champion team plus new talent helped the flying Cards to extend their winning streak. After the final dual meet with Hersey, the team was undefeated and untied not only for one season, but for the last fifty consecutive dual contests. Competitionwise, the gymnasts made their practices pay off. Arlington was "numero uno" in respect to their seasonal record. However, in the conference meet at Wheeling, where the conference tale was told, the Cards took third place. Districtwise, the swingers took second and came in fifth in the sectional competition. With over fifty teams competing for the state crown, Arlington tied for sixth. Armed with only three com- petitors, AHS still made a good show. The scarlet lettered A-men were Pat Brousseau on the side horse, Mike Isaacs in free exercise, and Steve Von Ebers who recaptured his state title with an 8.8 score in free exer- cise. Von Ebers also placed well on the trampoline. In addition to extending their dual meet record, another record was broken. The team captain, John Boylan, broke the previous record for total points accumulated in a high school career with a compiled score of 311 points, one better than the previous. Card Points Mount As Super Strength cores J 1 SOPHOMORE GYMNASTICS Courvoisier, Chris Maun, Craig Combs, Franz Golbeck, Mike Front Row: Coach VValthouse, Barly Brown, Joe Temko, John Wroblewski, Dave Zonsius, john Kolze, Chuck Herchline, John Gibbel, Doug Law, Gary Braunsreuter, Tom Hendricks, Jerry Ramsey, Al Conrad, Bill Heller, Coach Russell. FRES-H MAN GYMNASTICS A ' Front R01UZ.COHCl1.WHlq1OUSC, Barry Brown, Dale Corfman, Pat McKay, Dale Plant, Geoff Rieder, Peter Hendricks, john Dillon, Maitland, jun Mfojtkiewicz, john Golbeck, Dave Brunner, Scott jeff Almdale, Mfayne Keller, Coach Russell. A 67 VARSITY BASKETBALL Front Row: jim Rybski, Dick Elsner, Bart Delaney, Keith An- jim Stipp, Jack Hult, Bill Kieck, Mile Mandele, Pat Hogan, derson. Second Row: Coach Zig-man, Gary Bratko, Greg Harris, john Brodnan, Ken Peters, Bill Heffernan, Tom Harris. Card Cagers Capture Coveted Conference Title 'I970 VARSITY BASKETBALL Cardinals Opponent 49 59 York . 55 .... ....... M aine West ....... .... 6 3 55 .... ....... I- Iersey .............. .... 4 5 59 .... ....... F orest View ....... .... 5 8 62 .... ....... E lk Grove ........ .... 5 7 36 .... ....... A urora West ....... .... 4 5 52 .... ....... E vanston ...... .... 5 7 73 ....... Rock Falls ..,... 63 70 .... ....... lv Iorton East ....... .... 5 4 48 ....... DeKalb ........ 71 71 .... ....... C onant ....... ..... 5 0 69 ....... Barrington .. 66 76 ....... Wheeling ..., 50 69 ,,,, ....,,. P rospect .... ..... 5 2 72 ,,,, ....... P alatine ....,..,....... ..... 5 1 77 ,,,, .....,. F rernd ..........,........... ..... 6 2 54 ....... Glenbard North ...... .... . 43 51 ....... Hersey .................... 45 40 ....... Forest View ..... 38 60 ....... Elk Grove ....... 50 44 ....... Conant ........ 46 68 ....... Wheeling .... 52 66 ....... Mundelein ..... 53 64 ....... St. Viator ....... 54 '41 ,...... Hersey ...... 42 68 Despite the distraction caused by Knight 4421, senior speed- demon Bill Heffernan jumps up to sink another two-pointer. Cards Get Luck -Post Thirteen MSL Wins Followed only by a streak of lightning, super-star john Brodnan leaves a crestfallen Knight in the dark as he darts in for shot. AHS's red and White cagers pulled the two-tone wool over everybody's eyes when they won the con- ference championship. The local preseason basket- ball polls gave Coach Zigman's ten little "zappers" less of a chance than the trading post would have given General Custer. Even stalwart fans were sur- prised to hear that the team was in first place' after the first few games. Nonetheless, when the season ended, the Cards were in first, and the nearest contender was three games behind. The Redbirds were beaten only once in MSL play by the Conant Cougars who caught the cagers with their proverbial pants down. The B-ballers carried a state honorable mention into regional play. The hardcourt five conquered a speedy Mundelein crew and the spirited St. Viator Lions to gain a berth in championship play. However, Arlington's last regional game was a heartbreaking 41-42 loss to the'Hersey Huskies who all but stole the Cards' happy ending to the basketball season. In the driver's seat, the varsity five had "spark- plug" Bill Heffernan. Also playing at guard was John Brodnan, who was a unanimous choice for all- conference guard. Senior Jack Hult and junior Mike Mandele filled the positions at forward. Mandele was chosen as an all-conference forward. Big Bill Kieck rounded out the crew as rebound man for the Cards. Other b-ballers were Jim Stipp, Gary Bratko, Pat Ho- gan, Greg Harris, Tom Harris, and Soph Ken Peters. IUNIOR VARSITY BASKETBALL Front Row: Gene Elsberfr, Chuck Stevens, Rick Schoell, Terr B d , R L B'11 G , d ' '- - Ormsbee, Kenneth Pickets Denny Foreman. Second Row: Coacli, la1nCf1,nflIlf1uckOIlbonili?si: Dim Lgiiihrij St1e?e0IBcil,i71iiL Mike Cleve 69 Red Hot Cardinals Leave Hugh Trail f moke SOPHOMORE BASKETBALL Murphy. Second Row: Coach Sutton, Greg VVatland, Bill VVe1ton, Front Row: Chuck Fill, Don Chambers, Gordon Kaiser, Scott Rick Bronwell, Rick Sunclquist, Tim Will, Brian Hogan, Steve Steingraber, Dana Morken, john Deevy, Mike Mitchell, Sean Hinton. L FRESHMAN BASKETBAL Front Row: john Mirs, Dave Tremblay, Brian Deevy, Dan Ex- trom, Bob Harth, Iohn Burkhardt, Jim Merkle, Terry Mitchell Rick Kuhl, john Bieber. Second Row: Mr. Drain, Doug Myeri John Norton, Gary Pinoras, Greg Nelson, Ron St. john, John 70 Ramsey, Bruce Lyon, Mike Pautz, jim Stull, Dan Cunningham, Mr. Smith. Third Row: Manager Tom Eggert, Dave Auge, Rich Miller, Tom Gray, Bob Bunn, Larry Scheck, joe Luhan, Don Hammond, Creston Woods, Manager Chip Howes. CORONETS Front Row: Karen Stephens, Terri Townsend, Denise Dearen, Jean Santelli, Nancee Dalley, Kris Wolter. Second Row: Dee Staahl, Adrienne Voise, Dianne Banko, Martha Stephens, Dee Lockwood, Debbie Bruner, Pat Walsh, Judy Willcox. Third Row: Jan Cochran, Joan Dickinson, Kathy Walsh, Lynn Gray, Sandy Hemphill, Sue Pace, Robyn I-Ioese. Fourth Row: Cathy Turkcan, Sue Andresen, Karen McKay, Gail Chodera, Colleen Guilfoil, Shelley Townsend, Mary Hickox, Pam Meyer, Pam Walsh. Fifth Row: Mary Beth Mfeiler, Maiy Santelli, Bonnie Kenney, Libby Griffith, Joanne Lalish, Marilyn Wroblewski, Joanne Maierhofer, Mary Neumann, Debbie Larson, Steph Loughran, Ellen Olson. There ls just Nothing Like Those A S Dames Salutes snapped, boots stamped as a hip, ho, hut, ho marched the Al-IS Coronet Drill Team into their '70 season of performing in foot- ball and basketball halftime shows. Supervised by Miss Thompson, the Coronets were taught their drills by Captains Robyn I-Ioese and Jan- et Cochran during many concen- trated practices. Directed by Ser- geant jean Santelli, the AHS Col- or Guard presented the flag at l home games in sabre, rifle, and ' flag drills. Flashy pre-game and half-time , entertainment was provided by the Carclettes. Headed by Captain Sue Rice and sponsored by Mrs. Has- ley, the seventeen girls practiced several hours per day to polish their baton, their pom-pon, and flag routines. Sporting garters or baseball bats, they included a Charleston routine and a tribute to the Cubs in vivacious performances. CARDETTES QQ Front Row: Captain Sue Rice. Second Row: Sharon Whiting, Janell Peterson, Linda Simon, Debbi Whiting, Kathy 'Witcher, Pam Bigford, Linnea Burger, Barb Nelson. Thzrd Row: Denise Mack, Chris Losos, Joanne Lindblad, Caryn Corts, Beth Dean, Barb Conti, Cathy Lentine. 71 VARSITY TRACK Front Row: Rick Pelland, Gary Raddernan, Gary Fagerson, Paul Tollefson, Todd Somers, Tom Swanson, Ken Malcolmson. Sec- ond Row: Bert Colianni, Bill Lussinan, Glenn Moyer, Paul Han- son, ,Mike Dority, jim Ulrich, Joe Hooker, Dave Steele, Dave Marszlek, Jack Hult, David Argust, Coach Sahlin, Coach Vit- ton, Coach Cutlip, Coach Samoore. Third Row: Pat Yorke, Gary Bratko, Scott Butler, John Curtin, Gary Wegner, Mike Hadley, Fred Harth, Sam Wfit. On Your ark, Get Set . . . Now Sprint With pirit Senior speed demon john Curtin stretches and strains to show I 969 VARSITY TRACK Cardinals Opponent 72 ........... .,..,.... G lenbrook South ..... ....... 5 4 108 ......,....... ..,...... C onant ....................... .... .... 1 9 lst place ....,, .....,.,.. A rlington Prep ................. - 71 .........,. .,.,...., P alatine ...................................... 56 lst place ...... ..,..,,,.. L ake Shore Invitational ....... - 82 ........... ,...,..,, F orest View ,.....,........... .... 4 9 Glenbard North .......... ..,. l 3 3rd place ..... ....,.... P alatine Relays ........... 69 ....,,,.,.,,., ,,,,.,,,, IX flaine East .............,,.,,.,,, 58 lst place ...... ,,.,,,,,, , Falcon Invitational ........ - 77 .............. ,..,..,.. F remd ........................,. 45 lst place ..,.,, ....,..... D istrict ..................... - 97 ...,,,...,. .,.,,,,,, E lk Grove ..... 24 94y2 .....,. ,,..,,,,, P rospect ....... .,,. 4 4 Hersey ......... ..., 2 OW lst place ,.,..., ,....,,.,, C onference ..,,, - INDOOR TRACK Cardinals Opponent 50 ,,,.,,, ...,...... N iles West .... ....... 5 9 Deerfield ............ .... 2 9 71 , ,,,,,..... F orest View ...... .... 5 IM, Niles East .......... .... I 6 52 ,,,, ,...,..... X Vheeling ............... .... 5 7 S7 ,,,, .,...,..., S t. Francis ................. .... 2 7 Glenbard North ........ .... 2 3 41 ,,,, ,,.,,,, ......... . M aine East ...................... .... 6 8 31-d place ...., ......... B lue Demon Relays ....... .... - 59 ,..i,,,.,..,.. .......... P rospect .....,..................... .... 4 1 Freind ............................ .... 3 7 2nd place ,......, .......... W ildcat Relays ....... - the active spectators his winning style in the one mile event. 72 AHS Cindermen Travel The Track To Triumph Arlington's traditionally powerful long-distance ar- senal, complemented by increased speed and depth in the short dash category, proved itself a highly competitive combination as the Cardinal cindermen conquered the hopes of all the other Mid-Suburban League contenders for the conference championship. The stalwart track-pounders set their goals on the elusive conference title right from the start, and made off with all their dual meets, beginning with Glenbrook North and finishing up with the top spot in the Prospect-Hersey triangular which closed the season on home turf for the Cardinals. Unyielding in their pursuit of victory, the racy tracksters of Coach Bruce Samoore racked up impressive firsts in the Lake Shore Invitational and the Falcon Invita- tional as well as third place in the Palatine Relays. Although the Cards did not win a place in state competition in '69, Arlington did have four juniors who qualified for the trip downstate to Champaign. Traveling with their coaches to the meet were Scott Butler, Sam Wit, Gary Wegner, and Mike Hadley. A number of their team members accompanied the qual- ifiers. Other lettermen whose efforts made the Arlington cause a winning one were Gary Bratko, John Curtin, Fred H211111, Gary Raddemav, and lunim' Scott Teubef' prepares to begin the relay with Craig Bratko's helpful sendoff. Y . With Arlington's relay team in tense control, junior Bob Huber ?R0SH3gOPHSTEAPv1xI I T T 1 front ow: cott 'ut0fe, im rummer,Jo1n Chapman, Bill Kieck, Mike D'A 'el , M'k B k. Tl."d R : S t D l , Welton, Tom Jarm, Mfiirk Werking, Pat McGrath. Second Row: Scott Teuber, Mgngk OChicllecy, B1dbeHuhZr, Cffig lgijalko mllililldz Peter Stull, John Ohman, Mike Cleveland, lN7ill DeWit, Bill Graham, Mike Yorke, Bill Sands. , 73 Pitohford's Plight- "Battle O Bouncing Balls" VARSITY TENNIS Front Row: Mgr. Keith Anderson, Bob Stubing, Dana Morken, john Koriath, Greg Gibbel, Mgr. Jim Rybski. Second Row: "You hold it like this, not like a baseball bat," says Rob.Baer of AHS Varsity tennis team. I-Ie's ready for the next "p1tch." 74 Mark Weeg, Bruce Starek, Greg Harris, Carl McWherter, Scott McKay, Rob Baer, Doug Hochstetler. Winning has become a tradition for Ar1ington's ten- nis team, and 1969 proved no different in this re- spect. Victories came to Coach Pitchford's crew only through hard work, for instance, while waiting for the snow on the courts to melt, the Cards practiced indoors in preparation for competition. After the season had been completed, Arlington's record showed a 5th place finish at the New Trier Invitational, a 3rd place at the Evanston Invitational, a 2nd place at the Arlington Invitational, a conference championship, a district championship, and a 6th place finish in the state meet. Wlien the AHS '69 tennis season ended, Arlington had Won the conference crown for three consecutive years. Seven was a lucky number in district compe- tition as the Cards walked with their seventh crown in as many years. In addition to continuing their win- ning ways in the district and conference, AHS placed within the top ten teams in the state for the ninth consecutive year. The team was comprised of singles players Greg Harris, Ken Jorgensen, and Bob Crockett, and doub- les players Bill Stelling, Paul Stevens, Rob Baer, and Scott McKay. For the second straight year, Jorgensen and Harris took all-state honors While the Stevens-Stelling duo earned an honorable mention. Crockett, Baer, and McKay placed on the 1969 MSL all-conference team. Cardinals 5th place 3rd place 5 5 .... 2 .... 5 2nd place 1969 VARSITY TENNIS ..........New Trier Invitational ..........Evanston Invitational ..........Fremd ..........Conant ...........I-Iinsclale ....,,....,Palatine ..........Arlington Invitational 5 .............. ........... V Vheeling ................,..... 5 .............. ........... F orest View ...... lst place ...... ..,...... D istrict ,.......,.,.....,,, 5 .......... ........... G lenbard North ..... 5 .......... Elk Grove ......... 0 ....... New Trier East 4 .............. .......... H ersey ................ 6th place 5 ....,...... lst place ...........State .......... Prospect ..........Conference Opponent 0 0 0 0 O 0 0 5 l 0 Advantage ls In For Greg Harris, varsity tennis player, lobs the ball in inimitable style as Arlington's tennis team keeps an eye on its trophies. A S Tennis "Racket" I l FROSH-SOPH TENNIS U . Gary Brodnan. Second Row: Cory Tibbits, Phil Carlson, Bob FTOYU Row: EPC HH1Hl1f0H, JQH Deevy, Bob Sfllblllg, Dana Mor- Givens, Bruce Carlson, Trevor Will, Dave Scott, Tim Will, ken, John Kipley, Scott Steingraber, Doug Tlueman, Coach Mike Wroblewski. 75 Card Linksmen Follow - -...,.- T....., ., wi, kiss. T rf' "1 N ll : ', if I 'Ei 1 - . -. sas' -if was fa ii i1,iiw':up j Hi PM i or M W W- ,gig fs HW'-'iyfwmm w ,vm 5?-iss ld . t ., 'A-H :mi "Hmm, I wonder if these golf exercises will trim my waistlinej' thinks linksman Brad O'Berry, as he attempts to shoot the ball. The Course To uocess Led by a freshman stand-out, the Arlington High School golf team completed a difficult '69 season which, in terms of wins and losses on the record, not quite broke even. The team's record for the season showed six wins and seven defeats. Of the thirteen games, nine were put on the conference record. The linksmen chalked up five wins and four losses in con- ference play. In addition, two of the games in which the golfers suffered defeat were lost by only one stroke. One of the other defeats was brought about by only three excess strokes. They captured one of their sweetest successes when they defeated the previously unbeaten Prospect High golf team. just as the swimmers had no pool, Arlington did not provide the golfers with a golf course. Conse- quently, the daily practices were held at Palatine Hills Country Club, which has what Coach Walthouse de- scribed as "a top-notch course. It is not a course that can be played with a wedge and a putter." Arling- ton's linksmen spent many long hours practicing in order to improve their driving and swinging and to perfect their putting. Unlike other MSL competitors, the 1969 AHS golf team was made up completely of underclass members. The group was comprised of juniors Brad O'Berry, Andy Kehe, and Rich Armour, sophomores Mike Ros- si, Jack VanVeen, Bill YVolod, Peter Ludeking, Tod Rasmussen, Brian Conklin, and freshmen Jake Maas, Gordon Kaser, Jeffrey Haire, and Chris Marszalek. VARSITY GOLF Left to Right: Andy Kehe, Chris Marszalek, Brad O'Berry, Jack Vanveen, Rich Armour, Coach Walthouse. 76 W-'-'-----WHA-Wf-'--'-mv-v"'.v.Innfi'--.zzof "' "' "' 'N' gs 'fi-S: ,A . FROSH SOPH GOLF Front how: Jeff Haire, Jack Maas. Second Row. Gordon Kaser, Mike Rossi, Bill Wolod, Coach Walthouse. ard Clubbers Drive For Above Par Season Cardinals 175 ..., 170 .... 169 ............... 12th place ....... 164 .............. 177 .... 166 .,.. 181 .... 168 .... 178 ........... 11tl1 place .,..... 158 ........... 169 ........... Sth place ..... 161 ........ 174 ....,... 8th place ...... 1969 VARSITY GOLF Maine West ....... Fremcl ..................... .Glenbrook South ...... Lake Park Meet ...... Conant ................. ........Pa1atine Maine East ...... ,Forest View ........... .........G1enbard North Mfheellng ......................... .........1'Vhee1ing Invitational ........Elk Grove .........W'aukegan .. .........District ........I-'rospect ....,....Hersey ...,....Conference Opponent 177 169 168 175 172 159 164 189 178 191 161 164 160 "I s11ot a golf ball in the airg it's falling to earth - I know not where," worries Rich Armour as he spots another water trap. 77 VARSITY BASEBALL Front Row: Treacy Elliott, Bob McDonald, Rick Scheoll, Mike Wilbins, Dave Pollard, Rick Erickson, John Kuykendall, Fred Halek, Larry Geyer. Second Row: Don Martel, Coach Somers, John Brodnan, Cliff Schultz, Ron Doubek, Mike Garms, Lorne Kuffel, John Keller, jim Bokelmann, John Garms. Third Row: Gene Elsberg, Mark Lazzerini, Bill Moore, Steve Chase, Dale Jensen, Chuck Dillon, Steve Bohn, Denny Foreman, Mike Moffo, Craig Smith, Tom Carroll, Glenn Abel. luggers Grab Up Victories-Ri ht ff The Bat! Perched in anxious anticipation, diamondman John Garms pre- pares to smash another winning run toward an Arlington victory. 78 In fielding another victorious season, the redbird baseball crew finished winning eight games and suf- fering five defeats. Mr. Fran Somers coached the varsity nine throughtheir third season in Mid-Subur- ban League competition. In the first game of the district contest, the Cards shut out the Hersey Huskies 5-0. This win placed Arlington in championship play against the Prospect Knights. The Knights slipped by the Cards 7-5 to claim the District crown. Hurlers Gary Anderson, Steve Stratton, and Jim Bokelmann formed the nucleus of the Cardinals' de- fense. Backing them up with alert fielding were A1 Feldman, Jim Baumgartner, and Jim Kolari. Dave Armstrong's swinging power proved to be the main- stay of the Arlington bat1nen's offense. Other mem- bers ofthe varsity nine who contributed batting pow- er and rendered their fielding services to the Cardinal cause were juniors John Kuykendall, Fred Halek, Larry Geyer, John Keller, john Garms, Ron Doubek, and sophomore john Brodnan. The sophomore diamondmen bettered the record of their varsity counterparts as the frosh-soph team chalked up twelve wins and one loss on the Mid-Sub- urban League slate. Coached by Mr. Guy Vena, the sophomore baseball crew earned the coveted title of conference champions in the MSL frosh-soph division. 6'Grand lam" eason 1969 VARSITY BASEBALL Cawlinols Opponent 2 ............... .......... R idgewood ............ ............ 2 5 .... ......... . Glenbrook South ....... ..... 0 3 .... ......... E lk Grove .............. ..... 1 5 .... .......... G lenbard North ...... ..... 3 0 .... .....,... P alatine .................. ..... 3 4 .... ......... X fVhee1ing .... ..... 6 2 .... ......... C onant ...... ..... 1 3 .... .......... H ersey ............. ..... 0 4 .... ........., F orest View .....,. ..... 3 2 .... .......... P rospect ........... ..,.. l 0 .... ......... . Fremd ...,..........,.. ' ..... ..... 5 7 .... .......... G lenbard North ..... ..... l 5 .... .......... H ersey fDistrictj ..... ..... 0 5 .... .......... P rospect fDistrictj ..... ..... 7 3 .... .......,., E lk Grove ..,.....,,..,, ,,.,. 2 4 .... ......... . Wheeling ...... .,,,, 6 0 .... ......... P alatine .... ,,,,, 4 5 .... ........, . Conant ...... ,,,,, 3 All-conference hurler Gary Anderson rares back to fire a twisting fast ball past the waiting batter from Glenbrook North's team. l FROSH-SOPH BASEBALL Front Row: Don Chambers, Kim Vollendorf, Mike Cohan, Ed Leister, jim Anderson, Keith Hodor, Craig Combs, Chuck Fill, Rick Kristein, Ray Williams. Second Row: Ken Peters, Bill Hester, jim Locascio, Bill Michalsen, Terry Ormsbee, Brian Hogan, Troy Slinkard, Rich Brooks, Ray Thorsen, jim Heit- brink, jim Miller, Russ Kirchoff, Chuck I-Ierchline. Third Row: Craig Lasher, Ken Hipple, Dennis Kamps, Iohn Heitz, Dick Kolair, Glenn Kost, Jeff Chase, Scott Baker,.Bruce Hill. 79 VARSITY CHEERLEADERS fLeft to rightj Betsy McCollum, Cyn- Dee Kort, Captain Gail Collins, Kris ' Clark, Gail Guilfoil, Mart jasper. Promotin , lnspiring- Jobs f Rah-Rahs "Ready? Okay!" Eighteen springy, peppy cheerlead- ers ran out onto the gymnasium floor to lead the stu- dents'in "Hail to Old Arlington." Besides handling that job, they had many other responsibilities: pro- moting sports awareness, planning pep assemblies and encouraging participation in them, making posters an- nouncing the sports events of each week, inspiring the athletes, and promoting spirit among the students. The cheerleaders also played an important role in Homecomingg they sold red-and-white mums and dec- orated the gym for the Coronation ceremony. A new idea that was initiated last year was the Valentine's Day carnation sale. The squads were led by Varsity captain Gail Col- lins, secretary Kris Clark, sponsor Miss Welpton, JV captain Lindsey Barton, soph captain Mary Cronin, and frosh captain lfVendy Hansen. Their familiar cry was "We're from Arlington and couldn't be prouder!" "Look how we jump when We see a mouse!" cries Captain Gail as she leads Mart, Kris, CynDee, Gail, and Betsy in a cheer. 80 "1 . W 55? ,L .ai E- : x ,b E . AU ' ..,. if'l 5 '6 Vw -1,1-, 1,5 .,- x ,,-VJ 1. "xx 'fi-if Q11 ' .. ,Av fwfr? af, ' x 553 TL lj , f S1 u f ' ATH7.-:If in ix 1 V YVV, V. E1, n, , J I .. , J-41 . ' X 3. Tig .kj 'A NW 'H 15143. r- W Q35 ' L-. , ff. , 5 ,.1?'5i fm- , ikwg 5 N I f. 1' . -012 44 ' , H 1 1 wa. 1 M, ,375 , 1 '.-" L Ai. A . 1 rw, - w .,Q. ,Q -Q f :L 'QEW W ,J i f ' 4 W H, 3 f'fJQyf,h 5' . YF9'5k'f Q ' qi I M Y 'f -,! ' - . W .W . . - v -1-U 4 J ' ,. . 4 bw -wff ,f 'vw 4 1 .UN .5 ., , f m ,1 , 1 ' ni " , . , . .,. , , .A 4 ,T . ,N .mtg K xg 1 N595 I ' ff 5' - '. 'V' ' fur' ,E . ,N 1 xf ' al , X1 I , WW' f ,g gi L . W Q f l wi! I K 1 A all 1 qv Ng my ,,,,. fy , f r ' Q 1 A' at 2 ' 1 1 I E 4 ,ky '1.'1,, ' . wf ,-,, 1 FS Y? ' , 5 rw ., , 1 ff I , .4 Y Q Y, ' Z., .- - My W Ar, 'E f - '33 5.5. I "A CLUB" Front Row: Frank Dye, Kim Moore, Scott Douglas, jim Bokel- mann, Mike cleZonna, Greg Harris, Tom Kennedy, Rick Stanc- zak, john Boylan, John Curtin. Second Row: Dick Elsner, Andy Kehe, Steve Sadlicki, Brad Prochaska, Steve Von Ebers, Scott Butler, Don Stumpf, Sam Wit, Gary Bratko, Mike Weber. Third Row: Mike Weiler, Jack VanVeen, Jeff Thieman, Tom Rowe, Scott Teuber, Dave Lighthall, john Meyer, Rob Baer, Bill Witcher, Mike Isaacs. Fourth Row: Dave Argust, Carl An- derson, Mike Hadley, Bill Heffernan, jim Stipp, Dick Rausch, Bruce Mechling, Pat Brousseau, Kevin Ellertson, Gary Radde- man, jack Hult, Scott McKay, Fred I-Iarth. arsity Athletes Unite ln n Exclusive Lea ue "A" CLUB OFFICERS Left to right: President Mike deZonna, Secretary Jim Bokel- mann, Vice-President Greg Harris. 82 "A" Club, that elite group of Varsity athletes that passed the "pledge" endurance test, promoted school spirit, maintained commendable sportsmanship and fostered better relations with other schools. It was under the direction of its sponsor, Mr. Guy Vena, plus several responsible officers. Mike Dezonna was presidentg the vice-president was Greg Harris, and the position of secretary-treasurer was filled by jim Bokelmann. The group attended meetings about every two or three weeks, but were a constant help at Arlington. "A" Club sponsored its yearly projects, such as the Homecoming Dance entitled "A Summer's Echo" and the wet Homecoming concessions, and also a few un- usual ones. Their Homecoming raffle money was clo- nated to the Robert Knilans Memorial Fundg they challenged Student Council in the annual canned food drive for the Open Pantry in Chicago and collected more cans than their friendly opponentsg and they made a visit to Little City in the spring as a service project. Their long list of activities kept them busy dur- ing the year and they presented a favorable picture of the school to the town and neighboring villages. Activities gms... ga-1.."i m STUDENT COUNCIL Front Row: Beth Oestmann, Stacy Weber, Brad O'Berry, Nancy Baumgartner, Rick Stanczak, Bill Heffernan, Mart jasper, Marcia Holley, Colleen Guilfoil. Second Row: Gail Collins, Gail Guil- foil, Gayle Woods, Mary Snyder, Ginny Catlin, Carol Jernberg, Eve Lacker, Carol Haldeman, Ellen Frisbie, Cindy Bunting, Anne Lockwood, Sue Lockwood. Third Row: Jody Peterson, jill D'Angelo, Brian Deevy, john Deevy, Tom Grey, Pete Ander- l970 is Slaeks Year ln -vxr-Av .-1 . W '- it-"i Saw' . gy :au - l EE fifs A-f Z wi :raft 1 " : i Y V .ea .Jinx ,ef ,ja s STUDENT COUNCIL OFFICERS Front Row: Recording Secretary Margaret Hermes. Second Row: Treasurer Rick Stanczak, Corresponding Secretary Nancy Baum- gartner. Third Row: Vice-president Bill Heffernan, President G. Michael Rieder. 84 son, Scott Douglas, Chuck Dillon, Cindy Wilson, Marianne Clausing, Sue Lasher. Fourth Row: Tom Nicholson, Debby Teu- chert, Debbie Quick, Mike Weber, jim Heffernan, Erick Hamil- ton, Mel Opela, Lindsey Barton, Nancy Scudder. Fifth Row: Todd Opela, Carl Anderson, Scott McKay, Rob Baer, Mike D'Angelo, Bob McDonald, Jim Parish, Bruce Mechling, Ed Haldeman, Mimi Marshall. AHS Student Council Who were the long-haired flower children decked out in beads and sunglasses hosting the September freshman party? Student Council members! Council then plunged into the hectic planning of Homecoming activities, and was instrumental in reforming the dress code to allow AHS females to wear slacks to classes. Members became mailmen as they organized the home- room distribution of Christmas cards. Exchanges with schools like St. Viator and Maine East were also Council-sponsored, allowing Arlington's students to ex- plore different school systems. The AHS Council again sponsored Loan, a Vietnam- ese foster child, and provided funds for exchange students Nina Rushdi of jordan and Mecha Cervino of Argentina. A Council-initiated drive sent 4,923 pounds of canned food to Chicagds Common Pantry, and funds were raised to help victims of Hurricane Camille. Council's sponsors, Miss Craig and Mr. Ahn- quist, and officers, President Michael Rieder, Vice- president Bill Heffernan, Recording Secretary Mar- garet Hermes, Corresponding Secretary Nancy Baum- gartner, Treasurer Rick Stanczak, and Parliamentarian Brad O'Berry, tried to create interest in the projects by setting up an information desk in the cafeteria, making minutes readily available in the library, and allowing non-members to attend the midday meetings. lt's N S-The Cardinal ociet For cholars National Honor Society"s goal was to create an en- thusiasm for scholarship, to stimulate a desire to ren- der service, to promote worthy leadership, and to en- courage the development of character. This year, the sponsors and members worked hard to affect these goals. Of all the organizations at AHS, membership in the Honor Society was perhaps the most difficult to attain. National Honor Society was composed of stu- dents from the three upper classes, and members were chosen on the basis of scholarship, leadership, character, and service to the school. To be eligible for consideration, sophomores had to have a scholas- tic average of 4.5, juniors an average of 4.25, and seniors an average of 4.0. In the actual selection of members, however, equal emphasis was given to the four areas of scholarship, leadership, character, and service. This organization took part in many activities this year in order to finance the spring initiation of new society members. Under the sponsorship of Miss Cobb and Miss Frey, NHS sold pennants during registra- tion, printed and sold "Dialers," and sponsored the second annual Taffy Apple Day. The organization was led by President Jim Parish, Vice-President Pam Big- ford, Secretaries Mary Tuomi and Carol Lepkowski: Treasurer Marcia Patterson handled the funds. NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY OFFICERS . Treasurer Marcia Patterson, Secretary Carol Lepkowski, Presi- dent -Iirn Parish, Vice-president Pam Bigford. NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY Front Row: Sue Wojtkiewicz, Mary Doyle, Pam Richey, Linda McE1hose, Irene Porowski, Mary Tuonii. Second Row: Sue Kost, Patty Zalud, Pat Smith, Anne Owens, Liz Zilen. Third Row: Debbi Whiting, Carol Lepkowski Marcia Patterson, Rob Baer, Paul Thompson, Barb Auge. 4 85 Captions + Copies + eads lnstant Yearbook HEIGHTS STAFF Front Row: Kris Rongner, CynDee Kort, jane VVhitnell, Lindsey Barton, Janet Coch- ran, Sue Liljegren. Second Row: Stephenie Loughran, Sue Pace, Colleen Guilfoil, Nancee Dalley, Mary Deger. Tl1.i'rcI Row: Marjorie Phillipp, Jana I-Iolt, Marcia Pat- terson, Scott McKay, jeff Eggleston, Betsy Rossi. Creativity, a "No-panic" brain, thick skin, and 95421 Excedrin blood - that's what Heightsefrs are made of! "Chief" Pat Givens led this year's imaginative crew as Editor-in-Chief, assisted by Pam Bigford as Copy Editor and Betsy Rossi as Picture Editor. Be- ginning in the 1969 spring, the ecli- tors spent innumerable hours lay- ing out pages, setting up sched- ules, correcting copy, and cropping pictures. Mr. Robert Boesel once again acted as supervisor over the group, adding invaluable help and humor Whenever the occasion arose. Twenty-two exuberant students constituted the staff. Their varied jobs included idents-taking, index- ing, typing, running errands, pro- moting s a l e s, and writing a n d counting heads, copies, and cap- tions. Under the omniscience of the editors, the staff worked hard to create a memorable book of the year's events. The efforts of the entire staff resulted in the classic AHS bestseller - the 1970 Heights. -mln. Vw 5 t -'it H .. ' ' .NSS I 4..,,,- 86 "That caption is too long, Jana!" cries frustrated Jane Whitnell fleftj to a cowering cohort, Jana Holt. 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J V lx 7 I' ,X Us i :1 ,xQ.,, .,,,.,.,,,,7 W, M xi. , v, , Hu iw-.1 www! ew' - 1 .ff 1:,M.1,-. 1' '1 ui 1 l J, L. y . 1, her deadline worries with a smile as she straightens up the file of faculty pictures. Senior assistants Pamela Bigforcl and Betsy Rossi Qabovej contemplate the outcome of their neat handiwork. Bursts Of ln piration-Making f l9 0 Hei his -.1- L iii-'L r atunux Pam M " g,.. AQ!!! W 1 '111"'11"'111 111 111 x'. H. 111' 11 , ,N 1 "Let's see, first comes 'd,' then 'e,' um, 'f,' - I think I've got itl" "You expect to find jones in the R's?" nlutters Nancee Dailey as exclaims Jana Holt as she begins filing top secret information. Sue Pace and CynDee Kort watch Cindy Sebesta's hopeless search. 87 A ff Pat Givens, Heights Editor-in-Chief, fleftj tries to brush offi 11' 1,1.'- 'w y1,.V,sw , H 1 W, .1 .., LHB L U 'I UK, f-- f., ll " f 411' 'Qi 'fl ti D 'l WIT? 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Xf- i o News ls Never Good News For Cardinal Editor-in-Chief Hess probes the resourceful minds of his "brain trust" of editors, Nancy Audette, John Manos, and Dave Ullrich. 88 Sixth hour Friday meant different things to the students at Arlington, but the one event that was looked forward to by all students was the distribu- tion of the Cardinal. Along with the change in editors came a change in printers and a change in format. Unlike previous years, the 1969-1970 Cafrclinal editions were expand- ed to eight pages each. The new pages featured new columns also. The "Arlington Supporter" comment- ed on topics pertaining to the sports world. An array of interesting students and teachers were featured in "Kaleidscope", a column designed to introduce the reader to the fascinating people at Arlington. Always there in times of need, Mrs. Tedell aided Editor-in-Chief Alan Hess in directing the staff. Dave Ulrich guided the news staff and the feature staff was supervised by Nancy Audette. The sports de- partment was headed by john Manos. Advertising was in business manager Jeff Smith's care. Senior staff members who handled the paper's photography were John Roach and John Ernst. Members of the Journal- ism I class acted as reporters for the newspaper. Select members of both the Cardinal and Heiglzls staffs were elected to the Quill and Scroll Society. Work on the yearbook or newspaper staff and rank- ing in the top third of his class were qualifications with which applicants had to comply to be accepted. Redbirds' News Report RFQ CARDINAL simon STAFF l l . Left to right: Bill Bergstrom, Alan Hess, David Ulr1ch, Trisha Under the guiding influence of Trisha Dean, Jeff Smith and Dean, jeff Smith, Nancy Audette, Debbie Lenhardt, John Manos, Dave Ullrich try in vain to address mailing envelopes correctly. Linda Ware. -5' Ei . - 'al - A it 'Eiffel .T - :bi ag : he-J A CARDINAL STAFF ' - ' ran, Sheila Hoffman, Peggy Harris. Third Row: Martha Haeger, Front Row: Lydia J2l1'OCk1, Nancy Scudder, Karen Adzuuini, Tom Buckingham, John Ernst, jim Koerner, George Bond, Jan Marybeth Schroeder, Debra Burk. Second Row: Steph Lough- Swanson. 89 gigs . R K s ,Ne F. NATIONAL FORENSIC LEAGUE Thompson, Eve Lacker, Mr. Wzigner. Third Row: Eric Hamil- Front Row: Debbie Smith, Linda Schoepke, Sue Saxton, Irene ton, Mike LaDue, Alan I-Iess, Steve Lorch, Dave Ulrich, Pat Porowski. Second Row: Mrs. Gibson, Leslie Skarra, Karen Smith. Earning The Cardinal Honors- FL nd N S NOVICE DEBATE Front Row: Denise Cirninera, Margi Berry, Pam Patberg, jeff Wulbecker. Second Row: John Robb, Pat Dixon, Janice Ester, Stephen Peifer, Marge Thompson. Third Row: Debbie Bauer, Colleen Carmean, Karla Rindal, Mary Anne Christensen, Mau- reen Brunker, Mr. Wagiier. Fourth Row: Bruce Boeck, Teresa Meekins, Mary Cerwin, Dennis Steele, Linda Lussman, jim Borgelt. 90 Students who were active in either Debate or In- dividual Speech Events could use their "gift of gab" to help them become members of National Forensic League. Under the leadership of President David Ullrich, Vice-president Steven Lorch, Recording Secretary Sue Saxton, and the Corresponding Secretary Debbie Smith, the club carried out its activities. Mr. Wagner sponsored the organization. In addition to awarding the qualified members the degrees of merit, honor, excellence, and distinction, the club's main activity was the choosing of sophomore calendar girls and the editing of the National Foren- sic League Calendar. One hundred hours oli work on any dramatic per- formance, whether in the capacity of an actor or be- hind the scenes work made a person eligible for the National Thespian Society. Qualified persons complet- ed application forms in the spring and, if accepted, were initiated in April. The major duty of the mem- bers was to support the dramatic productions in any Way they deemed necessary. Members of National Thespian Society received the magazine, Dramatics, once a month. Leading the club were President Marcia Tindall, Vice-president Liz Zilen, and Secretary-Treasurer jackie McMillan. The club sponsor Was Mr. Murphy. nother Year erit Debate - an intellectual happening, a chance to meet new people, and a whole lot of hard work! The debater's fun-loving coach, Mr. Wayne Wagner, and his assistant, Mrs. Gibson, encouraged their teams in their research on the development of their arguments. This year's varsity team finally consisted of Debbie Smith, Linda Schoepke, Karen Thompson, Eric Ham- ilton, Steve Lorch, and Kathy Koclanis. Their 1969-70 topic for discussion was "Resolved: That Congress should prohibit U.S. military intervention in foreign countries? The debaters travelled to numerous inter- school tournaments throughout Illinois, leaving a streak of wins behind them. Two early accomplish- ments that inspired the debaters to further glory were a Varsity first place win at the Glenbrook North Tournament and a Varsity semi-finalist finish at SIU. That which perhaps attracted most of the members of Individual Speech Events was the freedom it of- fered the individual to choose the category which best suited his talents. IE's coach, Miss Lorenz, and her assistant, Mrs. Kell, helped the speakers select and polish material for their various invitational tour- naments. Ten categories were available for participa- tion: extemporaneous speaking, radio speaking, poet- ry or prose reading, original oration, oratorical decla- mation, original monologue, serious play reading or comedy play reading, and after dinner speaking. NATIONAL THESPIAN SOCIETY Front Row: Rosalie Keller, Marjie Bowen, Adrienne Voise, Celeste Landon. Second Row: Debbie I-Ierclrich, Jackie McMillan Jean Herrmann. Third Row: Mr. Murphy, Karen Munsen, Marcia Tindall, Chris Haskins, Mary Jane VVenzel. Fourth Row: G. Michael Rieder, Rex Parvin, Alan Hess, Marty I-Iaeger. 1 INDIVIDUAL SPEECH EVENTS Front Row: Sue Palmatier, Barb Pamp, Leslie Skarra, Sue Sax! ton, Sharon Wellhausen. Second Row: Mrs. Kell, Eve Lacker Karen Munsen, jerry Sublette, Marcia Tindall, jackie McMil lan. Third Row: Fred Morrison, G. Michael Rieder, W. A. Van- Winkle, Marty Haeger, Dee Rieder. VARSITY AND SUB-VARSITY DEBATE Front Row: Karen Thompson, Debbie Smith, Irene Porowski. Second Row: Mrs. Gibson, Linda Schoepke, Pat Smith. Third Row: Eric Hamilton, Steve Lorch, Dave Ullrich, Mr. Wagner. 91 FRENCH CLUB Front Row: Jan Meyer, Desiree Frischmann, Kris Wolter, Mimi Marshall, Chris Markstrom, Kris Rongner, Beth Friese, Mary Cook, Nancy Hess, Nancy Simon. Second Row: Joanne Doug- herty, Steph Stauder, Andrea Polites, Margaret Heller, Jeanne Ebert, Carol Richards, Anne Lockwood, Debbi Bunn, Becky Geiser, Pam Burkhardt, Vicki Dellacecca. Third Row: Ellen Frisbie, Cheri Clarkson, Wilma Klingenmaier, Sally Casidy, Maureen Piper, Martha I-Iaeger, Linda Westphal, Chris West- phal, Laura Sivertsen, Laurel Wallner, Kris Klimek. Fourth Row: Melanie Maloney, Sharon Luker, Debbie Teuchert, Nina Rushdi, Anne Woods, Pauline Dority, Sue Caranci, Lee Ann Davidheiser, Jan Lyon, Lisa Maas, Dee Staahl. Fifth Row: Libby Griffith, Gail Sfith, Jean Kivlahan, Carolyn Meister, Robyn Holmes, Lindsey Reese, Jana Holt, Gale Sauers, Liz Nowack, Mary McLean, Sandy Schinkowsky. Arlington-A Universal Melting Pot Uf Language 2-6- . ,,, J , Q, LATIN CLUB Front Row: June Austin, John Gibbel, Pam Curran, Janae Schafer, Robert Parks, Laurie Glander, Jan Faitz. Second Row: Nancy Mayes, John Kolze, SKCVQ E1WaTtf John Chapman, Steve Ozirnek, Tom King, Judy Ulrich, Steve Wehmann. Third Row. Anne Kunze, Carol Burlingame, Sherree Gilbert, Terri Newsome, Jean Glander, John Koriath, Frank Dye, Jean Jessup, Laura Bergstrom. 92 French Club, under the sponsor- ship of Miss Larriniore, attempted many new and different projects. A successful bake sale, a trip to a Chicago restaurant specializing in authentic food and atmosphere fmncaise, a Christmas party in- cluding French customs and car- ols, a hazardous attempt at per- fecting the crepe suzette, and hard work on their after-dinner skit for the Pan Language Banquet highlighted the year for the club's members. Students who had lived in France spoke at several month- ly meetings. The officers were: Kris Wolter, president, Mimi Mar- shall, vice-presidentg Kris Mark- strorn, Secretary: Kris Rongner, treasurer. Under the leadership of sponsor Mr. Siewert, President John Kori- ath, Secretary Laura Bergstrom, and Pro-Consul Steve Ozimek, Lat- in Club had a unique and inter- esting list of activities this year. German And Trips into Chicago and a visit to a Spanish restaurant plus work on the traditional Pan Language Banquet were some of the projects in which the enthusiastic mem- bers of Spanish Club participated this year. Mr. Riggs, the club's sponsor, and President Joella Doy- le, Vice-president Sue Ruff, and Secretary-Treasurer Denise Stein- man sought to promote a new in- terest in Spanish-speaking coun- tries and their people. German Club met twice month- ly this year. Under the leadership of President Dan Renz, Vice-presi- dent Sharon Wellhausen, and Sec- retary April Siegfried, the club participated in various new activ- ities. They compiled a cookbook filled with "Old German Recipes" like strudel, sauerkraut, and Ger- man pastries. The atmosphere of a German Christmas was appar- ent as one heard "Stille Nacht" and "O Tannenbaumn as the club caroled with sponsor, Mr. Gellert. panish Clubs: Foreign Territor GERMAN CLUB Front Row: Mr. Gellert, April Siegfried, Sharon Wellhausen, Jeff Wulbecker. Second Row: Margaret Schreiber, Joyce Conway, Carl Wysocki, Bill Houseknecht, Mike Rallo. Third Row: Mary Heile, Karla Rindal, Sandy Gablcr, Kathy Pearce, Mardi Hughes, Susie Chin. SPANISH CLUB Front Row: Nancy Condon, Kim Petrie, Suzanne Ruff, joella Doyle, Denise Steinman, Susan Brauneis. Second Row: Debbie Sevilla, Ruth Kunz, Anna Pelland, Fran Kempisty, -Ioan Smith, Darla Lykken, Claudia Ostermann, Kris Newquist. Third Row: Jody Grabow, Eileen Barrett, Carol Jernberg, Olga Frometa, MaryLee Cronin, Kathy Roche, Beverly Birch. Fourth Row: Mary Newsome, Melissa Opela, Jennifer Dixon, Mary Pat Piper, Anne Gormley, Debby Bunn, Ginger Loughman, Alice Spoerlein. 93 Discovery-Toda Russia, Tomorrow The World! RUSSIAN CLUB Front Row: Mr. Babris, Pat Grob, Pam Richey.'Seconcl Row: Sue Wojtkiewicz, Lorie Wendorf. Third Row: Liz Zilen, jo- Anne Kieca, Lorel Ewert. Fourth Row: Carmen Anderson, Di- anne Banko, Kathy Blackberg, Lorie Skorvanek. Bouncing balls off the top of one's head could have been what aided in keeping the Soccer Club running for its second year. The officers, who were Dave Lockwood, Bill Pampel, and Paul Thompson, spent the year trying to promote soccer at AHS. Mr. Gardner helped the members arrange matches. Devoted Cardinal followers were invited to join the 69-70 benchwarming pep clubbers, sponsored by Mrs. Latour. Besides cheering at athletic events, Presi- dent Cathy Cushing and officers Nancy Bauler, Carol Jernberg, and Nina Davison led the club in selling buttons and ribbons and making spirit posters to arouse enthusiasm. Mental activity was abundant in Room 108 when the members of Chess Club, sponsored by Mr. Boesel and headed by President Bill Pampel, maneuvered to avoid the familiar "Checkmatel" They practiced in preparation for district and down-town tournaments. A Christmas dinner, slides of Russia, and distri- bution of a Russian newspaper were activities spon- sored by Russian Club in order to emphasize Russian language and culture. The officers were President Pam Richey, Vice-president Joanne Kieca, and Secre- tary Pat Grob. Language barriers were again broken as the Pan Language Banquet, sponsored by Mrs. Forman, Mrs. Dietrich, and Miss Larrimore, was held in March. Reflecting an idealistic era, the theme was "Five Flags For Peace," and the decorations emphasized world unity and brotherhood. This year club members presented one major skit instead of many short skits. T A PAN LANGUAGE COUNCIL Left to Right: Susie Chin, Olga Frometa, Marcia Patterson, Pam Bigford, Chris Westphal, Kim Petrie, Kathy Pearce Kris Rongner. 94 2 5 l l 1 1 l w p w SOCCER CLUB CHESS CLUB " ' Front Row: Bill Pampel, Jim Hauer. Second Row: Paul Thomp- Front Row: Jeanne Combs, George Chapman. Second Row Roger Swanson, Marina Mueller, William Pampel. Third Row Steve Kenninger, Paul Thompson. son, Mr. Gardn er. PEP CLUB BOARD l Polites. Second Row: Kim Arnoux, Cathey Cushing, Nancy Bau- Front Row: Sharon Smith, Kevin Erbe, Kris Hillman, Andrea ler, Barb Krysh, Carol Jernberg. 95 SKI CLUB OFFICERS QLeft to 'rightjz Secretary Sandy Vogeler, President Paul Guudry, Treasurer Paul Kresge. V A S harp- hooters Saddle lippery Slopes 'GIF' RIDING CLUB OFFICERS Front Row: Pam NICCYHIIC, DeLy11n Winklexnan. Second Row: Cathy Heckendorf, Kris Ehlers, Mrs. Riggio. 96 R RIFLE CLUB D . - Front Row: jack Legg, Bruce Blttner, F1-'11I1.F1CI1tCI'. Second Rozy: Dave Stockdale, Mark Werking, Mr. Garcna. Third Row: Crzug Grandt, Scott Ryan, Bill Mackey, Franz Golbeck. Anyone F or A Bridge Fresh air friends really had a hay day this year with activities like Riding Club, sponsored by Mrs. Riggio, Miss Krapfl, and Miss Lorenz. This club, in its third year of organization, met every Monday night to go riding. Much of the club's organization came through the efforts of officers Kris Ehlers, Cathy Heckendorf, and Pam McCarthy. Their goals were to provide ample opportunity to learn the English style of riding. 'This year's Ski Club proved to be very active. Un- der the supervision of Mr. Tourek and President Paul Gundry, trips to Colorado, Michigan, and Wisconsin were planned. The club met on Tuesdays and tried to promote safe skiing habits. In order to provide the opportunity to build and fly rockets and radio controlled airplanes, Radio-fel Club met each Tuesday after school. Mr. Post directed the club with the help of officers Dave Foster and Elliot Morris. Trips to the Arlington Heights Police Department and Fox River Valley were planned for the Rifle Club, sponsored by Mr. Garcia. The club, led by President Tim Fichter, Vice-president Bruce Bittner, and Secre- tary-treasurer jack Legg, competed for team medals while learning precautions for safety . Bridge Club, sponsored by Mr. Klotz, attempted to teach club members the basic fundamentals of bridge. .rj--:H -ev-f-----f-'TW 4 - 'W' ' li , Game As Their Hobb ? RADIO IET PROP HOBBY CLUB Front Row: David Foster, Mr. Post. Second Row: Steve Cook, Steve Kenniger, Larry Daube. r i 2523 i l, ,Q M BRIDGE CLUB Front Row: Roger Swanson, Mike Shea- hen, Tom King. Second Row: Kevin Sheahen, Jerry Hamley. 97 r--my-T-a-F ,..... . ...,, I I I i il t i Paul Thompson zooms in on the private life of a fungi culture in Biology Club laboratory where mad scientists "do their thing." "Telescope, telescope on the desk, who's the best astronomer at AHS?" ask Astronomy Club sponsor Mr. Strack and Jan Iverson. Cosines + Comets + Crustaceans :A S Clubs MATH CLUB Front Row: Mr. Ulrich, Mike LaDue, Jean Herrmann. Second Row: Mike Sheahen, Marina Mueller, Tom King. Third Row: Terry Platt, Frank Adams. Roger Swanson, Sandy Schinkowsky. 98 Arlington again accomodated student interest in constructive and enjoyable ways through clubs like Diversified Occupations, sponsored by Mr. Nichols. President Roger Pelletier, Vice-president Susan Mad- er, and Secretary-treasurer Fran Frigo furthered the purpose of the club which was to promote inter- est in vocational opportunities for youth. Dislributive Education Club, sponsored by Mr. Sil- verman, acquainted the D.E. class with the everyday happenings of business and benefited the school and community through projects such as collecting gifts and toys for needy families. Nlatlz Club's purpose was to further the under- standing of mathematics and extend an appreciation of the subject to others. The club was sponsored by Mr. Ulrich, lVIr. Fish, and Mr. Eitemiller, and led by President jean Herrmann, Vice - president Tom King, and Secretary-treasurer Frank Adams. One project was to buy math books for the AHS library that would be of assistance to all students. The Biology Club, in its promotion of the junior Academy of Sciences, made several field trips and en- couraged individual projects. It was directed by Mr. Schonta, President Paul Thompson. Astronomy Club, sponsored by Mr. Strack, made up what it lacked in quantity of members through the quality of its officers, Mark Niemczyk and janet Iver- son, and the advanced equipment made available. S DE. nd DD. Participants Learn 81 Earn DIVERSIFIED OCCUPATIONS Front Row: Mr. Nichols, Dorothy Lee, Debbie Danes, Sue Wright, Nancy Harth, Dianne Erd, Donna Hapke, Sharon Connor, Penny Burke. Second Row: Scott Fiduccia, Kathy Bartik, Joan Larsen, Charles Bremer, Gary Schneider, Mike Lynk, Cindy I-Iickinan, Fran Frigo, John Schmidt. Third Row: Dennis Hill, Tony Bird, Gary Bialkowski, Tom Serge, jack McCarter, Bill Wille, Al Sowka, Denis Lindsey. Fourth Row: Ken Templen, Lorel Turney, Jeff Jaster, Jim Erman, Arnold Nolting, Dave Grandt, Denise Loriss, Jean Kehe, Sue Mader. DISTRIBUTIVE EDUCATION Front Row: Linda Gilmour, Cindy Rapp, Geri Kelhi, Sue De- Vault. Second Row: Loretta Rosancki, Val Zachwieja, Louwanne Cisewski, janet Strauss. Third Row: Liz Johnson, Paula Aagaard, Cherie Westedt, Richard Brex, Jan Hull. Fourth Row: Steve Kiral, Roger Frank, Dori Wilkinson, Pat Running, Danette Draut, Andrea Holman, Mr. Silverman. Fifth Row: Mr. Feuer, Matt Snyder, George Dwyer, John Frieburg, Mike Hartig, Brent Blomquist, Ken Suchomski. A 99 A. V. Lights Up As The Librar Aides Look ,Q l n 1 i 1 1 1 , . N 4 5 A. V. CLUB becker, Steve Sengson, Dean Meyer, Eliot Morris, Lawrence J. Front Row: Mr. Kavanaugh, Brian Goedke, Roger Swan- Molinelli. Third Row: Robert Parks, john Chapman, Patrick son, Audrey Sernple. Second Row: Ed Herman, Jeff Wul- Densmore. -' , N" N 5 E " 3 igjwh f gf g 'U 'if Ni, , ,, ue' if 3-mai? an . v. 4 ' 1431. L LIBRARY AIDES Front Row: Karen Wiegel, Nora Vasquez, Janet Marum, Beth Wickless, Mary-Jane .Wenze1, Mark Niemczyk, Marina Mueller, VVinters, Donna Beebe. Second Row: Diane Dustman, Sue Pat O'Neal, Tina N1e1sen. 100 NURSE'S AIDES Front Row: Denise Hauth, John Reitmeyer, Pam Johnson. Second Row: Lynne King, Judy Michalski, Delores Roper. Third Row: Esther Barna, Andrea Amato, Joy Thomas. "This is the secret of the formula," says Mr. Holley to the Lab Aides as he explains the derivation of a super rocket formula. ards Forfeit tud Halls To Render Service AHS wants youl Wants you, that is, to give up your study hall in service to the school. Office guides helped in both the counselling and attendance offices where their duties consisted of de- livering passes, distributing and collecting attendance slips, and filing. Some arranged to work as paid em- ployees. Sprained ankles, pulled muscles, and "the nurse is not allowed to give aspirin" were all a big part of the world of the Florence Nightingales known as Nu'rse's Aides. These girls gave simple first aid while generally assisting Mrs. Ford. Lab Aides were chosen from volunteers and had to be juniors or seniors. The aides helped in the science department by fixing chemicals for labs, organizing store rooms, and preparing experiments. Distributing and collecting audio-visual equipment such as movie projectors and tape recorders were part of the responsibilities of Audio-Visual Aides. These students also played a vital role in plays and musicals as lighting crew members. Library Aides spent each busy day checking out library materials, shelving books, running the magaf zine room, and distributing library notices. Many of these students were awarded at the end of the year in the May Award Assembly with a pin and a certificate in recognition of their daily service. l OFFICE GUIDES Front Row: Judy Maitland, Dee Meacham. Second Row: Peggy Thelander, Donna Skoglund, Gail Lozzi. 101 VY tfri g'sp?'f'p si of l 'H :gl -'lisp-Tr"' 'gg-F. LL t',,""i"l - it 1.,,., . ,,,' is N ggg H ' QQ? W 35 I TT ra. t TTT rare-ff els s 6 - ' ' r 1 Eleififiyf , s 50 A, it ' E ' TEA, 433 fails-5 X :fha if rp Student Forum becomes the scene of a heated debate as faculty and students lock horns over the vital issue of semester exams. tudent Forum Keeps AHSers ln The Know STUDENT FORUM OFFICERS Front Row: Lydia jarocki, Nancy Scudder, Irene -Porowski. Second Row: Mr. Wagner, Mark Seevers, Dave Ulrich. 102 Student Forum, an organization in its second year of existence, profited from the leadership of its offi- cers: President Mark Seevers, Vice-president Nancy Scudder, Executive Secretary Irene Porowski, Topics Committee Chairman Lydia Jarocki, and Program Committee Chairman Dave Ullrich.. Mr. Wagner and Miss Gibson served as sponsors. To fulfill its purpose of bringing relevant and some- times controversial issues before the Arlington stu- dents and allowing them to express themselves on these topics, Student Forum sponsored many different presentations. The forum on music featured two mem- bers of the Tryad folk group, Russ Daughtry and Sue Palmatier, and Rubandae, a jazz band. The forum on religion introduced two philosophies: the Bah'ai, which proclaimed a universally peaceful religion, and the Campus Crusaders, which clealth with the exciting as- pects of their religion. In another forum, Mr. Kauf- man of the social science department was invited to share his views concerning the Vietnam war. In his speech he explained general background information and gave reasons for his personal opin- ions. At another forum which was especially rele- vant to AHS occupants, a faculty-student panel dis- cussed the pros and cons of eliminating semester exams. Other plans included another presentation about war, with guest speakers from the United States Army. Service-Ke To Future Car parkers, peanut seller, and church builders were some of the roles played in 69-70 by the mem- bers of Key Club in order to fulfill their motto, "We build." Arlington's boys' service club supervised the parking of cars at home football games. They also helped the Kiwanis of Palatine of "Peanut Day," when money is raised for handicapped children by selling peanuts. Key Club members helped build a church in Palatine, and also sent money to the victims of Hurricane Camille. Leading the boys in service to AHS and the surrounding communities were Mr. Gib- son, sponsor, and President Stephen Cleary, Vice-pres- ident Paul Thompson, Secretaries George Predick and Tom Rowe, and Treasurer Scott McKay. Planning a Big Sister-Little Sister project that in- cluded an August "Welcome to Arlington" picnic at Busse woods, a Coke party, and a fashion show kept Triple "S" members busy even during the summer. The quick pace continued as the members sent Christmas cards to soldiers, stuffed stockings with toys for orphans, gave an all-girl yuletide dinner, sponsored a play day for slum children, and held a game. spirit sale during the Wfheeling basketball Triple "S" sponsors were Miss Peterson, Mrs. Davis, and Mrs. Hagey. Officers were President Sue Spethf mann, Vice-president Patty Zalud, Secretaries Kathy Kiley and Trisha Dean, and Treasurer Pam Richey. l l TRIPLE "S" BOARD Front Row: Trisha Dean, Sue Spethmann, Pam Richey. Second Row: Kathy Kiley, Patty Zalud. Third Row: Lorie Mfickstrom, Patti Miller, Donna Ferrara. Fourth Row: Liz Nowack, Janet Atkins, Cris Blomquist, Nancy Menz. .9 I 2 KEY CLUB nedy. Second Row: Tim Fichter, Herb Trulove, Jim Burke, Front Row: Dan Stauder, Gary Dalbke, Gary Wegner, john William Pampel, Mike Warns, Brian Robb, Rick Erickson, Roach, Scott McKay, Mark Musich, Paul Thompson, Tom Ken- Russ Miller, Steve Cleary, Gary Rettberg. 103 ART CLUB Front Row: Betsy McCollum, Robyn Holmes, Mr. Michaelis, Tina Nielsen, Dee Staahl. Second Row: Mary Pat Piper, Linda McElhose, Lana Volland, Candy Frankovic, Miss A. Foster. Third Row: Karen Henson, Anne Owens, Mike Knaack. AHS Artists And Teachers Look To Tomorrow FUTURE TEACHERS OF AMERICA Front Row: President jean Herrmann, Secretary Cathy Lentine, Vice-president Pam johnson. Second Row: Mrs. Gragg, Kathy Hruby, Margie Heizer, Lee Ann Yelavich. Thzrrl Row: Laura Wray, Sue Ruff, Joyce Hermann, Mary Heile. 104 Bright yellow daffodils introduced springtime to Arlington's halls as the members of Future Teachers of America, sold flowers again this year. The club was sponsored by Mrs. Gregg, Mrs. Frenz, and Mrs. Dietrich, and guided by President Jean Herrmann, Vice-presi- dent Pam johnson, and Scretary-treasurer Cathy Len- tine. The activity gave the members practical teach- ing experience and acquainted them with other ca- reers in the field of education. Mrs. Ford's Future Nurses Club allowed students to gain insight into the changes of the nursing pro- fession and various other medical careers. This organ- ization took field trips to hospitals, health museums, and companies which manufacture drugs. Art Club promoted the appreciation of art at Ar- lington. Under the guidance of Mr. Michaelis and Mr. Pink, members made posters for cultural activities and were exposed to new ideas not introduced in class, such as using live models. Once a month, the Home Economics Careers Club, guided by Mrs. Kane and Mrs. Post, met in order to further interested students' knowledge of home economics. Led by President Donna Wadsworth, Vice- president Lorie Wendorf, Secretary Nancy Hathaway, and Treasurer Karen Hoff, the group heard speakers from companies like American Airlines and Patricia Stevens and made an annual field trip into Chicago. rystal Ball Tells Future-Nurses, Homemakers ' fu 1, gif i jr," F ' I Q. " 'LN .5542 ,g v- .- aa rg- , .W -' ,,2:, -' f. my' W-: . 1 W' 3 11-: FUTURE NURSES CLUB Beebe. Second Row: Kathy Hruby, Pat Stein, Mrs. Ford, Joy Front Row: Linda Wilke, Judy Michalski, Linda Esvang, Donna Thomas, Mary Joan Cole. I x HOME-ECONOMIC CAREERS CLUB Front Row: Mrs. Post, Pat Stein, Karen worth, Lorie Wendorf, Laura Wray, Mrs. Nancy Forch, Sue Hanson, Kathy Hruby, Hoff, Donna VVads- Kane. Second Row: Pat O'Nea1, Carol ',L,,s,,j. Richards, Ann Hillenmyer, Nancy Rudin, Mary Hathaway, Joan Almdale. Third Row: Donna Beebe, Pat Kavanaugh, Jean Herr- mann, Desiree Frischmann, Janice Herbst, Pat Stebbins, Joyce Herrmann. 105 German Band trings Along With The Orchestra GERMAN BAND Front Row: Cris Gehrig. Second Row: Evelyn Wagner, Elaine Fisher, Ann Mfil- son, Carol Lepkowski. Third Row: Steve Elwart, Kim Sheviak, Linda XV:-llter, Mar- la Scofield, Sue Comley. Fourth Row: Tom Eliasek, Alan Wagner, Ken Saw- usch, Bill Steimer, Richard Ross, Phyllis Ford. in ie , ,106 ORCHESTRA Front Row: Sue johnson, Llbby Griffith, Evelyn Wagner, Jeanne Combs, Steve Cooper, Sharon Doyle. Second Row: Mary Doyle, Kris Rongner, Debbi 'Whit- ing, Pat Stubbins, jan Herbst, Nancy Rudin, Pat Doyle. Third Row: Phil Carl- sen, Linda Walter, Kim Sheviak, Barb Auge, jan Cording, Maili Powell, April Siegfried. Fourth Row: Cris Gehrig, Nick Hahn, Bill Steiner, Cory Tibbits, Russ Daughtery, john Ohman. Fifth Row: Steve Cook, Alan Wagner. BAND l , Front Row: W'endy Johnson, Kim Sheviak, Jim Hauer, Randy Conner, Maili Powell, Craig Coombs, Barb Cording, Cory Tib- bets, Larry Moore, Bill Steiner, Steve Elwart, Linda Walter, Tom Dutt, Donna Boyles. Second Row: Evelyn Wagner, Cris Gehrig. Third Row: Marjorie Phillipp, Richard Ross, John Pat- terson, Tom Jackson, Mark Liljegren, Alan Conrad, Phyllis Ford, Frank I-Iiggason, Tom Frisbie, Jeff Hunsicker, Keith An- derson, Marjorie Heizer, Alice Stigger, Oliver Peale, Dale Corf- man, Philip Carlsen, Bob Williams, John Beresheim. Fourth Row: Beti Adams, Ann Wilson, April Siegfried, Lynn Pierre, ard Band dds Soul "Neither rain nor hail, nor sleet nor snowy on the field the band must go!" Despite the sometimes in- clement weather, the band appeared at every possible football halftime show. They performed to tunes like "Wille's Rock," "The Teaberry Shuffle," and "Up, Up, And Away," and played for every Cardette performance. Guided by Mr. Schmoyer and drum majorettes Cris Gehrig and Evelyn Wagner, the Band also represented Arlington at both the Northern and Northwestern Band Days. They still had energy left over for the Village Santa Claus Parade. The Band then began preparations for the basketball season, concerts, and festivals. The German Band, with its twenty-two members in authentic German dress, again played its rollicking German waltzes, mazurkas, and schottishes with a 100-year-old tenor horn as they entertained at var- ious community functions. A new group this year was Stage Band. This band played for the half-time of the Wheeling-Arlington basketball game on February 27. The Orchestra, also directed by Mr. Schmoyer, was busy this year with its various AI-IS concerts and festivals. The group also accompanied choral groups and practiced earnestly in order to send members to the state music contest. Their year was climaxed as they provided the music for The Sound of .Masta Sue Caranci, Fran Kempisty, Dave Zonsius, Dave Auge, Gail Thompson, Kathy Hurley, Jan Cording, Barb Auge, Bob Annen, Betsy Niess, Judy Prochaska, Peggy Grob, Mark Seevers, Bruce Carlsen. Fifth Row: Mary Levecke, Denise Sherman, Jeanne Ebert, Mike Staahl, Paul Cottington, Mark Piepenbrink, Alan Wagner, Jeff lfvysocki, Steve Cook, Dave Noeterer, Barb I-Ieile, Greg Lanzon, Linda Ross, Mary Dobstaff, Sue Dawson. Szxth Row: Richard Wallner, Richard Michalski, John Katovich, Doug Everhart, Russ Daughtry, Paul Thompson, Marla Scofield, Hil- dy Seevers, EJ.,...,Q.wc:Ayg- 1-- 511 STAGE BAND First Row: Russ Daughtry, Jeff Hunsicker, Carl Mfagner, Keith Anderson, Kim Sheviak, Craig Coombs, Jim Wallner. Second Row: Piano: Sandy Vogler, Alan Wagner, Paul Cottington, Bob Williams, Rich Ross, Bill Steiner. Third Row: John Ohman, Tom Frisbee, Ken Sawusch, John Beresheim. 107 Q -as se it s g : , - .ef W HN AE REVELAIRES Front Row: Kurt Frantz, Mel Smith, Rog Latta. Second Row: jeff Steele, Rex Par- vin, Randy Fischer, john Cook. Revelling Redbirds-A Sers Harmonize Together l HARMQNETTES , , Seated: Ellen Olsen. Left to Rzght: Rosalie Keller, Jody Culberson, Karen Ahnquist, Lesley Deehring, Karen Kirkland, Gale Sauers, Pam Hodges, Linda Blocki, Eve Lac- ker, Barb Hudec, Linda Schoepke. 108 Ringing throughout Chicagoland this year were the musical voices of AHS students. The Northwest- ern Train Station echoed with the resonant tones of the Revelaires, a double boys ensemble. Mr. Boyd White directed the group, and sen- ior Liz Zilen was the accompanist. The performances of the Har- monettes, an ensemble of girls, in- cluded singing at social gatherings and at homes for the handicapped. Accompanying them were Carol Lepkowski and Ellen Olsen. Their director, Mr. White, practiced with these juniors and seniors at least five hours per Week. Mr. Jerome Pugsley directed the Chomliers, an ensemble of six- teen boys and girls. They sang at AHS activities, at social gather- ings, and at concerts put on by Arlington's music department. Ac- companying t h e m was M a r y Tuomi. I-Ie also directed the eleven boys in the Freshman Boys' Ensem- ble who sang at AI-IS's concerts. Combination Cf agieal oiees Creates Concerts CHORALIERS . First Row: Ruth Nerlinger, Ken Lxdge, Donna Wadsworth, Dick Rausch, Mary Tuoxni, Dan Renz, Sue Palmatier. Second Row: Debbie Vanek, Mike Isaacs, Dee Rieder, Mike Clarke, Ann Franzese, Dar- rell Rowader, Debbie Leydig. E . I S 4 W i ---v-.15 A ly if 'Ref '- Th, FRESHMAN BOYS' ENSEMBLE Front Row: Bob Walters, Geoff Rieder, Ken Ravazzolo, james Joyce, Craig As- pin. Second Row: Gary Leydig, Steve Smith, Terry Brown, John Ramsey, Den- nis Steele, Tom Gray. 109 Music akes lt With Tri-M nd Mixed Chorus TRI-M Front Row: Mr. Wliite, Ellen Olson, Laurie Godwin, Dee Ried- er, Sue Palrnatier, Mary Tuomi, Maili Powell, Russ Daughtry, Sue Johnson, Mr. Pugsley. Second Row: Sandy Vogeler, Sue Kost, Barb I-Iudec, Karen Ahnquist, Lorie Wendorf, Rose Keller, Kris Rongner, Linda Schoepke, Barb Heile, Kris Wolter. Third Row: Adrienne Voise, Vicki Lilliberg, Patty Zalud, Kim Shevialc, Debbi Whiting, jan I-Iauptly, Pam Hodges, Linda Mfestphal, Karen Kirkland. Fourth Row: Joanne Lalish, Debbie Leydig, Mel Smith, Bruce Carlsen, Rex Parvin, Paul Thompson, Steve Vlfehman, Gale Sauers, Liz Zilen. MIXED CHORUS Frovit Row: Vickie Oas, Debbie Heicken, Barb Sherman, Pam Patberg, Helen Lehman. Second Row: Meryl Steele, Lorie Wick- strom, Donna Thorsen, Debbie Thalman, Marcia Tinclall, Sue Small, Anna Pelland, Linda. Carl. Third Row: Bob Bauer, Doug 110 Meyer, Bill Michalson, Rick Bronwell, Mark Niemczyk, Rex Parvin, Darrell Rowader, Ken Follett. Fourth Row: Peggay Graham, Lynette Johnson, Debbie Bunn, Craig Reicler, Ron Burlingame, Bob Wheaton, Mary jane Wenzel, Angie Berry, Laurel Wallner. F 1. . ..- WY. ..-.--.,.,?. X MH l l A 1 SENIOR CHOIR I Front Row: Nancy Vanek, LouAnn Underwood, DeLynn Wmkel- man, Ruth Nerlinger, Sue Palmatier, Margie Bowen, Celeste Lan- don, Melanie Maloney, Carolyn lvacaser, Sandy Vogler, Kris WVolter, Donna Barrels, Sue Wojtkiewicz, Debbie Herdrich, Lorie lvendorf, Kathy Dolinajec, Adrienne Voise. Second Row: Joanne Lalish, Randy Logsdon, Sue Vlfhittier, Mary Tuomi, Michael Ford, Nancy Bauler, jan Hauptly, Donna VVadsworth, Chris Haskins, Patty Zalud, Nancy Hauer, Sue Kost, Janet Vlfalters, Moni- ca Stansbury, Debbie Vanek. Third Row: Jerry Sublette, Anne Franzese, Chris Lerchenfeld, Dale Jenson, Liz Zilen, Rick Schulte, Kurt Frantz, Deb Vogel, Dan Renz, Truett Guthrey, Roger Latta, Betsy Anderson, Mel Smith, Sue Ramsey, Tom Bellito, Pam Teuchert. Fourth Row: Steve Wellman, Lynne But- ler, Ken Lidge, Don Ratieke, Darrell Rowader, Mike Isaacs, Jeff Steele, Mike Rossi, Mike Clarke, Rex Parvin, Randy Fischer, Mike Micek, Jim Rybski, Dick Rausch, John Cook, Dottie Hauf, Sue Sundeen, Doug Fuller. How Man La's Will It Take To Fill A Choir? Serenading chosen people at Fun Nite, caroling at hospitals at Christmas, and organizing a composing contest were activities sponsored this year by Modern Music llfasters. Directed by Mr. Schmoyer, Mr. White, Mr. Pugsley, President Mary Tuomi, Vice-president Russ Daughtry, Secretary Diane Rieder, Treasurer Sue Palmatier, and Historian Maili Powell, the group met once a month on evenings. Music students attained membership in Tri-M by passing an examination and by auditioning in late Winter. Freshman Girls' Chorus and Jllixed Chorus initiated underclassmen into Arlingtonis music department. The members sang in the three seasonal concerts and were exposed to musical theory. Girls' Glee was the in- termediate group composed of sophomore and junior girls clad in flowing, black gowns. These groups were all directed by Mr. Boyd White. Attired this year in new red blazers, Senior Choir consisted of upperclass- men chosen for membership. Directed by Mr. Pug- sley, President Deb Vogel, Vice-president Michael Ford, Secretary Lorie Wendorf, Treasurer Pat Za- lud, and Librarian Ruth Nerlinger, the group sang at St. Peter's Church and at the Museum of Science and Industry at Christmastime and hosted the District Music Festival during the latter part of February. Mr. 'White's magic musical arm begins to disappear as he directs the inspired and determined vocalists of freshman girls' chorus. 111 Doe Ray Me Fa 0 La Tee Glee-Girls Sings! GIRLS' GLEE Front Row: Pam Burkhardt, Barbara Pamp, Becky Geiser, Sue McNeal, Sheri Ryckaert, Sharon Wellhausen, Nancy I-Iess, Kathy Goebbert, 'Nancy Simon, Kathy Olsson. Second Row: Terry New- some, Kathy Wood, Beth Oestmann, Marta Larsen, Cathy Vom- Brack, Pam Miller, Denise Steinman, Karen Briscoe, Ginger Loughman. Third Row: Sue Liljegren, Chris Markstrorn, Leslie Skarra, Jan Dieters, Karen Stephens, Kris Yonkers, Karen Wel- ber, Denise Meuser, Mary Newsome, Donna Fournelle. Fourth Row: Beverly Burch, Kris Newquist, Lee Anne Davidheiser, Pam Johnson, Linda VVestphal, Ann Woods, Jennifer Dixon, Pauline Dority, Jan Parwin, Roxanne Petrucci, Kris Reeves, Sally Ehrbach, Joyce Kuenstler, Barb Neckar. FRESHMAN GIRLS' CHORUS Front Row: Nancy Kouzmanoff, Pam Creamer, Jill Zirnanzel, Ginny Yee, Sherry Johnson, Denise Ciminera, Cheryl Uselding, Linda Wilke, Barb McNeal, Nancy Condon. Second Row: Pam -Meyer, Pam Curran, Marilyn Wallner, Penee Drolet, Molly Schirnrnel, Jane Rezner, Pam Moritz, Jody Borman, Wendy Bloom. Third Row: Julie Bergren, Cheryl Lenahan, Mary Joan 112 ' l i l Cole, W'enc1y Frantz, Janet Broadfoot, Dale Halsall, Terry Trum mer, Jean Rightmire, Margie Heizer, Nancy Reitmeyer, Audrey Rateike, Gloria Reese, Janet I-Iaeger. Fourth Row: Jeanne Soder- strom, Lynnelle Engle, Sheree Gilbert, Judy Esvang, Joyce Con- way, Sandy Mueller, Sharon Whiting, Peggy Anderson, Jeanne Diester, Terri VVoods, Julie I-Iazucha, Lee Ann Yelavich, Mari- anne Kinsley, Sheila McCarty, Jill D'Angelo, Barb Thomas. Administration Supervision of the school boarduand preparation of the curricu- ,, lum are only two of the tasks that Dr, Gilbert faces each year. Although the responsibilities of an assistant superintendent are great, Dr. McLennan gains a sense of satisfaction from his job. Administrators-Arranging oademic Activities DISTRICT 214 BOARD OF EDUCATION I Front Row: Secretary Mrs. Leah Cummins, President Arthur E. Aronson, Richard A. Bachhuber. Second Row: Raymond A. Erickson, john M. Costello, Frank R. Bergen, Richard H. Stamm. 114 Arlingtorfs administrator of '69-'70 reflected in their actions the spirit of their student body. Mr. Vena became the first Dean of Students in order to lighten the overburdening tasks of Assistant Principal William Powell. Princi- pal Bruno VVaara was again aided by the Assistant Principal in In- structional Services, john Rowe. Vincent Ahnquist, the Director of Student Activities, turned money- making plans into actual projects. The new policy most applauded by the students was the abolish- ment of the dress code. Also, an anti-war program was given on the October 15 Moratorium Day. New courses were Minority Groups, Beginning Acting, Crea- tive Writing, and Matrix Algebra. The AHS swimming pool was com- pleted in l9'70. Dr. Gilbert continued as Dis- trict 214 Superintendent. The As- sistant Superintendent, Dr. Mc- Lennan, focused on public rela- tions. The school board discussed policies and watched the dollars. . V . ivfgfw-r-51 -A-V .,YYYY - , --,xg ,N .,. f. . -- it it it 1 My , wg . V-M I ,- -1 ,egg A wi:-.E it 5 UL K i xr 'lx' .' A I5 .. . N 1 isL1'3-'il-t.15,. , , Wits' uv' ug 'QP' Recording memos by dictaphone is another aid in Principal Bruno Waa1'a's effective method of directing matters at AHS. V.-ge.. 33 ena Join The Force Problems concerning improvement and expansion of Arlington's ever-changing curriculum make Mr. Rowe a busy admtmstrator. Mr. Ahnquist his calendar as part of the daily routine of organizing extra- curricular events. Due to occasionally overlapping duties, Mr. Powell and Mr. Vena fabovej sometimes need a conference. fleftj, the director of Student Activities, checks 115 1 1 w .Wie 4 V 4 1 . we asf' :ie . :.. 1 ' it " 1 1 L SECRETARIES . Front Row: Mrs. Rudd, Mrs. Corts, Mrs. Bransreuter, Mrs. Cor- kell, Mrs. Hofmeister, Mrs. Gast. Second Row: Mrs. Crokett, ?Qi"5l'f Mrs. Timm, Mrs. McKay, Mrs. Gray, Mrs. Phillipp, Mrs. Kamp. Mrs. Nagorney, Mrs. Semple, Mrs. Gillon, Mrs. Wolff, Mrs. Uppling. rlington Secretaries Are Typecaet As V.l.P.'s "A secretary's work is never done," sighs Mrs. Nagorney, one of Arlington's secretaries as she types the daily absentee report. 116 Once again another school year has ended. What would students have done without the loyal service of the custodians, cooks, and secretaries? Directed by Mr. Leark, the custodians cleaned the classrooms, polished the floors, and scrubbed the very imaginative grafitti off the bathroom walls. Around the clock these white knights endeavored to keep the building sparkling. When Arlington had a half-day or long homeroom, the office 101 secretaries stood by, watching the clock, set to ring the bells by hand at the right moment, although they didn't always make it! Under Mrs. Gast's supervision, 20 women made the school day go a little bit easier. Mrs. Wolff worked the public ad- dress system, switch-board, and the very enjoyable cafeteria radio-music. g Then came 11:40g hungry students rushed down to the cafeteria to renew their waning strength with food the kitchen crew prepared. It must have been a not- too-difficult job for the students, for they consumed on a weekly basis 3790 homemade cookies, 7767 cartons of milk, and 1130 hamburgers. Those who were hung- ry must have been satisfied. Manager of food, Mrs. Hill, said that in District 214 the first school to serve melt-in-your-mouth french fries was Arlington High! ne ore Clean Sweep For Hungr Redbirds "Is tl1is all? Oh, come on, give me a little more," pleads Bill Heffernan as hc slyly nudges his meal toward the kitchen staff. , ve., 4 .. f . six f ' 'L' ' It 'fl -, CUSTODIANS Front Row: Mr. H. Schmucka, Mr. M. Klein, Mr. A. Putz, Mr. H. Leark. Second Row: Mr. J. VanEs, Mr. A. Hattenclorf, Mr. A. Meyer, Mr. M. Uinbdenstock, Mr. L. Schurr, Mr. S. Marko- vic, Mr. C. Szmhszek. COOKS ' Front Row: Shirley Cruiser, Mary Zitzer, Ruth Noughton, Lor- raine Hausknecht, Carol Bruns. Second Row: Dorothy Chidley, Lorie Geisen, Lucille Mainiaro, Eileen Merger, Laverne Reider, Manager Charlotte Hill. Third Row: Maxine Curtis, Mildred Wiltgen, Martha Sardiga, Marilyn Sundquist, Flora Haines, Lor- raine Radtke, Jane Thornton. ll'7 ,- S Facult Find I HEasy To B Hard" GREGORY J. ALCORN, B. A., English, Football, Wrestling, CANDY ALLGAUER, B. A., English, DONALD ANDERSEN, B. S., M. A., Mathematics, Swimmingg HELEN M. ANTICH, M. S., B. S., Mathematics, RUSSELL R. ATTIS, B. S., M. S., Director of Physical Education and Athletics, PETER J. BABRIS, B. A., M. A., Foreign Language, Russian Clubg MERLE W. BETTERMAN, B. A., M. A., Division head for Bus. Ed., Hmkg., Ind. Ed., Voc., STEVE BLAKE, B. S., Science, ROBERT G. BOESEL, B. A., M. A., English, Heights, Quill KL Scroll, Chess Club, PHILIP BREIDING, B. S., M. S., Speech Therapy. 253 K I lfi igsggix si 1 , g3?.iEsEg.gm is is Q33 -HE is gg Q- Q E B2 H I. ,V Q-msgs.-1 E55 Er- si mi NMS S gm 3 A W '55 ii? Q gli H 3 s vgeigweg as 25? E F ifi R Q ,Es Ei . E 'sm W fs .fm U... .E E I we T-if W2 .stiff 5? l H Mrs. Allgauer 's H57 -, H gpg M A... H ,wg m . Mr, Alcorn Mr. Andersen ms .. -:sn E sms RE Es. -f ewes. gms- EEK. will sw-mm mums. my E fs- B' is KWH N E, H. H H- f . .um-3, if me ' w E si B H. H l -W-swiss Sim BE E S E H ... 5 M-Q... Q .W--me S EVN B , ummm .- 'Ws ' ii. 'ii -f, . .. EE 'J , u-2 ,S if is 5 E E- H HE -is is i Lang: W HF. in... H is Mrs. Antich -f if . if we Pi 5. H . .!..... W. as B a L FG H E Mx Q... 3 2 M.. H EH E E sw Mr. Babris Mr. Betterman gm 'vo' ...Ex ,, .. N -4. 5. H like B . , .awww sm S :W- .as .ws - is caged s E .gags-1fm?s amass s BEE see H 157-gms HE 1 EH :Wie H ? W H . is E Kgs: Min E gg as is W.. M. 32 SEEN -in 5 W E w-'Q-si ms. egg ,S . me Mr. Blake E . Q s is K H B E A BG sgss swiss s Rim! spa new m is .- Mr. Boesel Mr. Attis Mr. Breiding Mr. Brodnan Mr- Burke Facult f"l Mrs Calllhan Mr Clulla Mrs. Corcoran mag' 1 melee Mrs. Claney 'S' Mr. Clark Miss Cobb I i Miss Craig Mr. Cutlip GARY L. BRODNAN, B. A., M. A., Social Science, Basket- ball, Tennis, WILLIAM E. BURKE, B. S. S., M. A., Mathe- matics, Football, Baseball, LILLIAN M. CALLIHAN, B. E. M. B. A., Business Education, NICHOLAS G. CIULLA, B. Sl Library, HOWETT A. CLANEY, A. B. M. A. Counselor sophomore cuss Sponsor, RoBERT o. CLARK 'JR. B. Af M. S., Counselor, Swimming, Junior Class Sponsor, ,BETTY, M. COBB, B. A., M. A., English, National Honor Society, MARY LOUISE CORCORAN, Ph. B., English, Student Show- case Committeeg MARTHA A. CRAIG, A. B., M. A., Coun- selor, Junior Class Sponsor, Student Council, JOHN L. CUT- LIP, B. S., M. S., Business Education, Football, Wrestling, "A" Club. 119 Mrs. Davis Mrs. Dietrich F acult NANCY B. DAVIS, B. s., English, Triple Hs", M. DIETRICH, B. S., M. A., Foreign Language, Pan Language Council Fu ture Teachers of Americag ALLAN G. DORN, -B. s., ivi. AQ Counselor, Freshman Class Sponsorg DON DRAIN, M. A., Mathematicsg JOYCE R. DUNNE, A. B., M. S., English WILLIAM W. EITEMILLER, B. A., M. A., Mathematics JACK EMERY, B. S., M. Ed., Counselor, Junior Class Spon sorg ROBERT L. EMMONS, B. S., M. Ed., Scienceg PHYL LIS C. FERRELL, B. S., M. Ed., Mathematics, National Hon or Societyg JOHN T. FISH, B. S., M. S., Mathematics. Mr. Dorn Mr. Drain Mrs Dunne Mr. Eitemiller as as em 2 .-.ii . M-- -..- , .. - gg? A3321 Q is 7 N - M . Mr. Emery Mr. Emmons Mrs. Ferrell -M13 Fish 120 v 4 1 Mr. Fliehler Mrs. Ford .5 if Q? m we ,.f,y., Miss Frey Mr. Friel Mr. Gibson Teachers Blaze Trails For tudentsrfo Follow Mrs. Forman MTS. FTGTIZ V . Mr. Gardner Mr. Gellert JULIUS D. FLIEHLER, B. S., M. A., Science Football' MARGARET A. FORD, R. N., Nurse, Future Nurses' Club? RAYNA FORMAN, B. A., M. A., Foreign Language Pan Language Council, SHARON FRENZ, B. S., Science, Future Teachers of America, JANE FREY, B. E., M. A., English, National Honor Society, THOMAS M. FRIEL, B. A., M. A., English, Technical Director for plays, AMADO GARCIA, JR., B. S., M. A., Science, Rifle Club, JOHN GARDNER, B. A., M. S., Mathematics, Soccer Club, BRUNO T. GEL- LERT, B. S., M. A., Foreign Language, German Club, HOW- ARD J. GIBSON, B A. M A. Business Education Ke Club. ' ' ' i ' Y 121 ame Cf Game: G0 To The Head Uf The Class Mrs. Gibson Mrs. Gragg Mrs. Hagey Mrs. Guilfoil ' Miss Harrod Miss Hampton J. M. GIBSON, B. A., English, Debate, National Forensic Leagueg LILLIAN M. GRAGG, B. S., M. A., Mathematics, Future Teachers of America: WYLMA GUILFOIL, B. S., M. S., Librarian, MARILYN I. HAGEY, B. S., Mathematics, Triple "S"g LEOTTA HAMPTON, B. S., M. S., Counselor, Senior Class Sponsor, VIRGINIA HARROD, B. A., M. A., English, JOHN HARTH, B. S., M. Ed., Science: JACQUE- LINE F. HASLEY, B. A., English, Cardettesg THOMAS R. HECKENBACH, B. A., Industrial Education, GERALD D. HOLLEY, B. S., M. A., Science. 122 M ,, g 3 j if is ff . ,, , ., 2 a s W H-....... U. Mr. Harth ug 35-ga .. . . -1 . W, Q s Q ,, . .. ., - ,- S 3 .. . , M fu 5 3, ,nf f , , . .. A.. if Rpm ss ga :N WE , I A1 . . 1 4 ig. S , . H ' ' S - . : , fu, A . M: I I W ,J I 2... - - ' B is XS saggy' 5 12? x M . .W X Y- H 4 Egg, Mx 1 W E Q3 . ggi! - ' ai., N I if Q. pf E .5 ' ,X Q.. Hag 'ff n it ' J . . .xi .5 ,I J :wr I. - gs. tm I ,. . .,,- if Lv " 'W I-: J - I M, - . s2z......fl MIS- H9-Sley Mr. Heckenbach Mr. Holley Mr. Holliday 'iw .IF i M .652 .' kv 91' an sl' 5 , fm Q, ' . ' as Mrs. Hundt Mr. Jones Facult Mrs. Horne MTS- Hult K. G. HOLLIDAY, B. S., M. A., School Psychologist, CHRIS- TINE P. HORNE, B. A., Business Education, DONNA JO HULT, B. S., Business Education, MARY LOU HUNDT, M. S., Physical Education, Girls' Recreation Association, Tennis Team, HUGH E. JONES, B. S., M. S., Science Department Chair- man, MARILYN KANE, B. S., M. A., Home Economics, Home Economics Careers Clubg H. RONALD KAUFMAN, B. A., M. A., Social Science, E. J. KAVANAUGH, B. S., M. A., Audio-Visual Director, BARBARA KELL, B. A., English, Individual Events, CATHERINE KENZIE, B. A., Foreign Language, Pep Club. Mrs Kane Mr. Kaufman Mr. Kavanaugh Mrs. Kell Miss Kenzie 123 Facult KAREN KESSLER, B. A., Foreign Language, MAURICE KLOTZ, B. A., M. A., Social Science, Bridge Club, LUCIA KRAPFL, B. A., M. A., English, Riding Club, MARY EL- LEN LARRIMORE, B. A., M. A., Foreign Language, French Club, CURTIS R. LARSEN, M. E., Industrial Education, SUSAN LATOUR, B. S., English, Pep Clubg CHAD H. LINDNER, M. A., Social Science, LYNNE LORENZ, B. A. English, Individual Speech Events, LETA McMILLIN, M. A., Business Education, National Honor Society, KAREN MARK- US, B. S., Social Science, Ski Club. . ' M Mr. Klotz Qg,iNQg1e Miss Kessler M in ' R i.. T Mr. Lindner Miss LOTEIIZ 124 x mf M gss'T! i ...f ?E sf .5 . 5 Emi H 22 52553535222 gm fs, ,, :ED iss... iss "H, , , in 5 . 'mglgfsnasxx 3 'QQ an nam H S. isa- . 5 is Miss Krapfl Miss Larrimore "' FWSMM :Er - ... l e' z-.n-.a::I:.s.:- "" N T . f- :-ff: ' ...L1....:..iE. . ' K' R E . .' . 252 ' is .. A E . gs .e.,.... ..... 5.5 ... in msg W 5. 535.5 if. f 1 4' iz 5 El . E 5 Sei X ..- H -. B 5 H EEZ H S v W img Mr, Larsen Mrs. LBt0lJ1' s Miss McMillan Mrs. Markus Mr. Martinson Mr. Mazzoni Wise Wizards Worship Wreading nd ritin RALPH MARTINSON, Police Counselorg D. MAZZONI, Study Hall, FRITZ MICHAELIS, B. A. E., Art, Art Clubg MARGO MUELLER, B. A., M. A., Counselor, Freshman Class Spon- sor, RICHARD J. MUELLER, B. A., M. A., Social Scienceg DOUGLAS K. MURPHY, B. A., M. A., English, Fall play, Spring play, National Thespian Society, JOHN R. NICHOLS, B. S., M. A., Diversified Occupationsg N. H. NIELSEN, A. B., Foreign Language Department Chairman, KATHERINE OWEN, B. S., Home Economicsg- M. A. PAXTON, B. A., M. S., Science. ag E um Q Wm ,ui W 'is . ,JH Z . an N . ,Z Q. i 7 , I ' ,fini Fm Q. ., wg 4 ,,Y . Mr. Michaelis Miss MUEIIEI Mr. Mueller Mr- Murphy B 1 t , . Z. if . W . figiiix .4 -.- H N B. Mr. Nichols Mr. Nielsen W , jim., fx Mrs. Owen 125 Mr. Paxton s Harmon : Achie ement ith Under tanding . .E QE. tw... Q is E' I is ss ' as meds E -as gf. E Pi ki W Sf ,L E . .. Q 3. Q E, , . if . 5, mfs, Pink if 2 E Q W w and uname ' - ',-11,11-,' 1- I , I sim? N E '::"' - -',', 2 H if .. ' " s Q s em. will Q53 A :I 5 ,wg K - . f- 2 H "-' - . , Mr- 1-jffif, W ' -M Q an as ' .- 2 ei fi , A-,3fJ'Iz.w:.:. '- -- .N Hg ,. H - - . ...,, H Es " H -'A 3 Sf. .ffl . - kiwi? N : . 'H-611 3 ..:, ii .-' Wx" I 1 '::""' Nu si, ..,. N. gg, . ,ya ',j4f.:3f V 22 ....s....,. Z... L it vp ang 45342 2 .-.,g..-Z, . gf ..... . 1, -I 5 g..sg,":'Sff5ss 'H , ,ffsrf ff ' , W- 1- if H 5,-wg, A sf' 23? U - , ' Miss Peterson Mr. Pitchford Mrs. Rau JOYCE PETERSON, B. S., Business Education, Triple "S", JAMES B. PINK, B. S., Art, THOMAS J. PITCHFORD, B. S., M. S., Physical Education, Tennis, Football, NANCY POST, B. A., Home Economics, Home Economics Careers Club, ROY D. POST, B. S., M. S., Industrial Education, Radio Jet Prop Hobby Club, Concession Director, JEROME PUGSLEY, B. M. E., Music, Coraliers, Tri-Mg MARILYN RANDALL, B. S., Science, EVELYN RAU, B. A., Mathe- matics, Future Teachers of America, PATRICIA RIGGIO, B. S., Foreign Language, Riding Club, KENNETH RIGGS, B. A., Foreign Language, Spanish Club. 126 . S W W g Mrs. Post 'Mr' post W in Q mms .Q 32 M2215 as MT- P11215-GY Mrs. Randall as " 'sugf 151.82 9-179 "3 . ' Q EN?-A . 5134...--!yfa'2. ... . 1 V B Y I ' ' A.. H . .s fu ENIHMIE B xx E-5 sms sig . A Swift E :ESE ummm ws xmas sung age H Mrs-A Riggio Mr. Riggs Russell -.ggi ..-gf mf as e- ma ' we I H " WE... ... H B H ' ." .I . ., Y f -' E E .. .. . J E 2 1 E ef.. E H zuz , :,. ., E V' H .:. E s A- e .:. .. , Q . so sf -- 1- 5. aw KWH . 12.2" N we-a as is 5- E cy' -' ' ' C.: 155- in -1. few ,Q 5 a ,,.,,, 31, . . ef W, H 'll P3 ' ,.. ,E ...L .,a ,.,5 555 E5E ...:' 554.3 ... H -, .5. 5.5 5. ...ge ' - .H aaa? 1 we ww ' . H Ka g Q H . -' .. 1' J.-H1 . .lf E -Z E K E gm. . ,, B ,. K-f H H if 'I' ,, ... ..... MEMS .. zzz .:.z was " If ' . SY 2 ,Ee e 5 s E .ag ll 521' L Q s Mr Schmoyer m Q an is fx is Faoult vm Mr, Sahljn Mr. Samoore is is .s nm ,mm iw.. I Mr. Schonta Mr. Sheehan RONALD D. ROSENTHAL, B. A., M. S., Counselor, sopho- more Class Sponsor, ROBERT C. RUSSELL, B. S., M. S., Science, Gymnastics, CARL J. SAHLIN, B. S., M. A., Learn- ing Disabilities, Track, BRUCE A. SAMOORE, B. S., M. S. Ed., Physical Education, Cross-country, Trackg KENNETH SCHALLER, A. B., M. A., Social Science Department Chair- man, F. C. SCHMOYER, B. A., M. A., Music, Pep Band, German Band, Stage Bandg- ROBERT A. SCHONTA, B. S., Science, Biology Club, DONALD S. SCHROEDER, B. S. Ed., M. S. Ed., Director of Pupil Personnel Services, Senior Class Sponsor, JAMES D. SHEEHAN, B. S., M. S., Social Scienceg NORBERT SIEWERT, A. B., M. S., Foreign Language, Lat- in Club. 1 2-7 K Mr. Schroeder Faculty MICHAEL A. SILVERMAN, B. S., Business Education, Dis- tributive Education Club, CRAIG W. SMITH, B. A., Social Science, Football, Basketball, FRANCIS E. SOMERS, Ph. B., M. Ed., Driver Education, Baseball, Football, MADALYN M. STEWART, B. A., Mathematics, Bridge Club, Math Club, JOHN W. STRACK, B. A., M. S., Science, Astronomy Club, JOHN STRONG, A. B., M. S. W., School Social Worker, GERALD A. SUTTON, B. S., Physical Education, Football, Basketball, Track, LINDA SWANSON, A. A., B. A., Physical Education, Tennis Team, Girls' Recreation Association, SUZANNE TE- DELL, B. S., M. S., English, Cardinal, Quill XL Scroll, LINDA THOMPSON, B. S., Physical Education, Coronets. N 4 if .W --N gg.. N.. e S Q.. .U E xi. i ills. .x -.Ivy X wg. , s amz ss Q fi " 5 . an 3 :rw s S 069 Mr. Silverman Mr. Smith Mr. Somers Mrs Stewart Mr, Strack SKEYBOARVUS3 9 Q rfb Mr, Sutton Miss Swanson Mrs. Tedell Miss Thompson A S Staff ndertakes !H-- -rv Mission Impossible Mr. Thompson Mr. Tolliclc mn M M.. m 1 X m m H. zz -im m mm - m m 1 mE 1 m W mmm ms E Km m m 3 W m -gs -88 . .. mmgsm mm king Bm Mr. Ulrich Mr. Vitton m m E. n m m B' mimm ,As .aim -sis .mam WH mrgfsm- . A' H sem m msg.. E .,. H xx 'E ,.,. :mm Sw. mn m QW? Y . E mm? m H . . M umm m m 1 ,Yam In H m m E Mr. Walthouse Miss Welpton m mmmm ' mmm .mam A mm mmm m- a-mxmwm an A 'E- mmmmsmm B tim msmsmgg EN I E mmsg- A ms -m m 1 m m 54a4w1f . mm mmmm Exam mms H , g km mmmmw-Ex six FE m'm mm m as . m m mm m mmxm N E mmm m . -m nm ' S m n mm m m Mr. Tourek Miss Trad m . ,f . . msmmgm W EH HB nl E as mmm l. . , I mm :H ' M m 1 ' m 1 mmmm - H m m 2 am ms . m m m -X m , 4, J m 1 Mr. Wagner Mr. Walther ROBERT L. THOMPSON, B. S., M. S., Industrial Education, THOMAS M. TOLLICK, B. S., Industrial Education, Football, Wrestling, EDWARD TOUREK, A. B., M. Ed., Social Science, Ski Clubg. LYOVONNE TRAD, B. A., M. A., English, Win- ter play, JAMES F. ULRICH, B. A., M. A., Mathematics Department Chairman, Mathematics Club, DONALD J. VIT- TON, B. S., M. S., Driver Education, Cross-country, WAYNE H. WAGNER, B. S. English, Debate, National Forensic League, Student Forum, National Honor Societyg ROBERT WALTHER, B. A., M. Ed., Physical Education, Football, Wrestling, "A" Club, TOM WALTHOUSE, B. S., M. S., Phy- sioal Education, Gymnastics, Golf, MARY A. WELPTON, B. S., M. S., Physical Education, Cheerleading, Fencing Club. 129 Faculty Strikes It Rich B lntercommunication swam' W .5 tsl is? F' ft M .W E im W 'Vim WW My Zigi? X ,ssc H in sas sms EE Fizffis 35 E59 lf. fwkg My am is was H -X at 3? Mr. White Miss Whitney S3535 I s B 5 Q s "mags E H im? B B 5 if em ii? '5- , Mr. Ziebell BOYD WHITE, M. A., Music, Tri-Mg JUDITH A. WHITNEY, B. S., M. Ed. Physical Education, Orchesisg JAMES N. WICKLUND, A. B., M. A., English Department Chairman, National Honor Societyg CHARLES ZELLER, B. S., Science, Biology Club, CHARLES ZIEBELL, Study I-Iallg GEORGE ZIGMAN, B. S., M. S., Social Science, Basketball. 1301 V' ss . New B 5 X TEM E. Mr. Wicklund Mr. Zeller Mr. Zigman Individuals SENIOR CLASS BOARD Front Row: Carolyn Wacaser, Mary I-Ieisler, Pat Sweeney, Moni- ca Stansbury, Melanie Maloney, Pat Givens, Colleen Guilfoil, Kris Wolter, Sue Saxton, Colleen Ringel. Second Row: Linda Pilip, Sharon Smith, Jackie McMillan, Chris Haskins, Sharon Dobbertin, Pam Zoellick, Kim Sheviak, Patty Zalud, jan Wal- ters, Margie Merkel. Third Row: Gale Sauers, Karen Reckert, Janet Atkins, Joanne Lalish, Karen Wilson, Toni Bunnelle, Laura Bergstrom, Adrienne Voise, Lorie Wendorf, Cris Blom- quist, Martha Rernen. Fourth Row: Nancy Waldbuesser, Marcia Holley, Marianne Clausing, Jan Cochran, Bill Heffernan, Chris Ferrario, jane Whitnell, Robyn Hoese, Pat Walsh, Mimi Mar- shall. Fifth Row: Mecha Cervino, Diane Archibald, Randall Logsdon, Bruce Mechling, Brad O'Berry, Jim Stipp, Rob Baer, Scott McKay, Melinda Flodin, Betsy Rossi, Cindy Herrick. Baer Facts- The Last T ime 'Round ls utasite SENIOR OFFICERS Left to Right: Secretary Colleen Guilfoil, President Rob Baer, Vice-president Pat Givens, Treasurer Marcia Holley. 132 "How could those four years go so fast? Why, just yesterday we were freshmen!" were the senior cries that echoed throughout the AHS halls the past year. Memories of past experiences like the "Ship-wreck- ed" Turnabout, freezing football concessions, coke dances, the jail booth at Fun Nite, Of Dawn and Dreams and finally the Christmas Ball remained in the minds of the senior board members. They had spent innum- erable hours Working throughout the years to earn money for the important events they sponsored. Time and effort were employed to make these events fun and worthwhile for everyone. This year was no exception for the class of '70. Under the leadership of President Rob Baer, Vice- president Pat Givens, Secretary Colleen Guilfoil, and Treasurer Marcia Holley, the senior board members feverishly put their brains together to make their last year a great one. The final big event they spon- sored, the annual Christmas Ball, entitled Fantasy in Frost, became a reality for the seniors the evening of December 13, 1969, after months of preparation and hard work. Besides the dance, the senior board sponsored other events. Among these were senior but- tons, which they hope will become a tradition, and decorating the first place hall during the Spirit Week. Class of 19 0 Flrst Row: Elizabeth Anne Adams: Biology Club 1, Sec- retary-treasurer 2: Chemistry Club 3: Math Club 3: French Club 1, 2: Debate 1: Marching Band 2, 3, 4: Concert Band 1, 2, 3, 4: Pep Band 1, 2, 3, 4. James R. Alm: Golf 1, 2: Football 3, 4: Bemidji Ball 2, 3, 4: Hall Moni- tor 3, 4. Lynda, J. Alm. Anita. A. Anderson: Student Council: Mixed Chorus: GAA: Transfered as a senior from Tllden High School, Chicago, Illinois. Second Row: Carl J. Anderson: Football 1, 2, 3, Co- captain 4: Wrestling 1, 2, 3, Co-captain 4: All Confer- ence Football 4: All Conference Wrestling 3, 4: Student Council 4: "A" Club 3, 4. Janlce L. Anderson: Riding Club 1, 3: Office Guide 3, 4. Mary E. Anderson: Pan Language Banquet 1, 2: Class Board 2: Triple "S" 2: Girls Glee Club 2, 3: Senior Choir 4. Cm-lo A. Angcloffz Office Guide 4. Third Row: David D. Argust: Swimming 1, 2, 3: Track 1, 2, 3: Cross Country 2, 3: "A" Club 2, 3, 4: tional Honor Society 3, 4: Band 1, 2: 7 Semester Honor Pin. Richard M. Armour: Golf 1, 2, 3, 4. Janet T. At- kins: Triple "S" 2, 3, 4: Class Board 2, 3, 4: Pep Club 2. Nancy J. Audette: Curdlnnl Staif 3 3 Cardinal Fea- ture Editor 4: Quill Sn Scroll 4. V A l Sixth Row: Randolph P. Bauer: Football 1: Plays 1, 2, 3: Riding Club 4. Thomas H. Belllto: Music 1, 2, ' Astronomy Club 3. Paul 0. Bengsten. Laura. A. strom: Class Board 1, 2, 3: Individual Speech Events 1, 2: Triple "S" 1: Orchesis 3, President 4: Talent Show 3: Latin Club 2, 3, Secretary 4: German Band 4: 4 Se- mester Honor Pin. 3. 4. Berg- Sevonth Row: William S. Bergstrom: Football 1: Wrest- ling 1. 2: Cardinal Staff 3: Assistant Sports Editor 4. Joanne Bleber. Pamoln. L. Blgford: Heights 2, 3: Copy Edlfpr 4: Cardettes 4: National Honor Society 2, 3. 'Vice- president 4: Class Board 1, 2, 3: Pan Language Colm- cll Chairman 3, 4: Freshman Girls' Chorus Treasurer: Mix- ed Chorus Treasurer: 7 Semester Honor Pin. Chrlstlne L. Blomqulst: Triple "S" 2, 3, 4: Class Board 2, 3, 4: Ski Club 2: French Club 1, 2: Pep Club 2: GRA 1, 2, fn 42" 1 1 1 , . by 1 it 4 A 1 A A l Fourth Row: Barbara. L. Augo: Concert Band 1, 2, 3, 4: Orchestra 1, 2, 3, 4: National Honor Society 2, 3, 4: German Club 2, 3: Library Aide 2: Pan Language Ban- quet 2. Michael Auxler: Tennis 1: Intramural Basketball 2: Rifle Club 2. Robert S. Baer: Cross Country 1, 2: Swimming 2, 3: Tennis 1, 2, 3, 4: "A" Club 4: Na- tional Honor Society: Class Board 1, 2, 3, President 4: Homecoming Court: 7 Semester Honor Pin. Steven J. Bnkas: Wrestling 2, 3, 4: Football 1. Fifth Row: Theresa. M. Bnllnski: Transferred as a senior from Sacred Heart of Mary High School, Rolling Meadows, Illinois. James K. Bnnlc: Band 1, 2: Astronomy Club 2. Donna Bartels. Jerry Bnshleben: Golf 3: Intramural Bas- ketball 1, 2, 3: Office Guide. rm - o rw i 133 .'- r -.re s we ' G iv L " ,. le 555 ' 21' 1 - , A 'i U diego, It vb' Y Y. ,- 1 4' H1 ' jf , r K 'Y 'Il 5 -V-' V ie er ls l 1 x N if :views , .sl 5 H .....,, . . Q.,igf,5 fgii 3 3-3 ' ' H l l 5 Fourth Row: Keven Broderick. Diane M. Brouwer: Of- fice Guide 4: Ski Club 4. James Brown. Kathleen Brown. Fifth Row: Larry Brown. Debra A. Bruner: Coronet Drill Team 2, 3, 4: Triple "S" 1: GRA 1, 2: French Club 1: 7 Semester Honor Pin. James A. Bnblltz. Scott Buck- ingham. S Seniors First Row: Patrick A. Bluhm. Jeffrey A. Boehler: Wrest- llng 1, 2. James Bokelmann. George B. Bond: Ari, Club 4: Bemidji Ball 2. Secvnd Royv: Deborah E. Bouffurd: Riding Club 1: Triple "S" 2: Ski Club 1, 2. Barbara Boyd: Ski Club 2, 3: Astrono- my Club 2: Class Board 1, 2, 3: French Club 1. 2. John M. Boylan: Gymnastics 1, 2, 3, Captain 4: "A" Club 3, 4. Rich- ard H. Boylcs: Track 2. Third Row: Garrett T. Bratko: Football 1, 2, 3, 4: Base- ball 1: Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4: Track 2, 3, 4: "A" Club: Office Guide: Cafeteria Monitor. Charles Bremer. Barbara L. Bressler. Richard Brex. .-.1 134 Sixth Row: Michael Buechner. Peter R. Bukowski: Foot- ball 1, 2, 3: Wrestling 1, 2, 3. Christine A. Burch: Transfered as a sophomore from Kettle Morain High School, Wales, Wisconsin. James J. Burke: Football 1, 2, 4: Track 1, 3: Basketball 1: Intramurals 3: Bemidji Ball 4: Key Club 4: Heights Staff 4: Transfered as a junior from Brebeuf Prep School, Indianapolis, Indiana. Seventh Row: Lynne D. Butler: Freshman Girls' Chorus 1: Girls' Glee 2: Senior Choir 3, 4: Tri-M 2, 3, 4: GRA 1, 2: Triple "S" 1, 2, 3, Board 4: Class Board 1, 2: 7 Semester Honor Pin. Scott A. Butler: Cross Country 1, 2, 3, Captain 4: "A" Club 1, 2, 3, 4: Track 1, 2, 3, 4: French Club 2: Bemidji Ball 3, 4. Maureen K. Callahan: Coronet Drill Team: Svenlor Leader 4. Christine L. Carlson: Health Club 1: Business Education Club 2: GRA 4: Ski Club 4. Class of 1970 First Row: Marla. de las M. Cervinn: Plays 4: Student Council 4: A.. F. S. Exchange Student from Tucuman, Argentina. Louwunne M. Clsewskl: Dlstributive Education 3. Secretary 4. Kristin B. Clark: Cheerleading 3, Secre- tary 4: Class Board 2, 3: GRA 1: Riding Club 1. Muri- xmne S. Clouslng: Student Council 1, 2, 3, 4: Second Vice-president of Northeast District 3: Class Board 1, 2, 3: French Club 1, 3, 4, Treasurer 2: Triple "S" 1, 2, 3: Coronation Committee 2, 3, 4: Talent Show 3: 4 Semester Honor Pin. Second Row: Stephen David Cleary: Key Club 2, 3, President 4: Football 1: Tennis 1, 4: Spanish Club 2. Janet K. Cochran: Helghts Staff 3, 4: GRA 1, 2: Class Board 1, 2, 3, 4: Coronets Drill Team 3, Cap- tain 4: Senior Leader 4: Mixed Chorus 2: Quill 8: Scroll 4: 7 Semester Honor Pin. Paul A. Coddlnprton: Concert A Band 1, 2, 3, 4: Football lighting: Stage Band 4: Con- cert Orchestra 4: Pep Band 3, 4: Transfered as a junior from East Leyden High School, Franklin Park, Illinois. Thomas E Conway. Third Row: John F. Cook: Revelaires 4: Gymnas- tics 1, 2: Wrestling 1: Golf 1, 2: Student Coun- cil 1, 2: German Club 1: Art Club 1, 2: Trans- fered an 2 junior from Robblnsdale High School, Robbins- dale, Minnesota. Sharon L. Cook: Triple "S" 1, 2: French Club 1, 2: GRA 1, 2. Steven R. Cook: Radio-Jet-Prop Club 1, 2, 4, President 3: 7 Semester Honor Pin. Dann L. Coffman: Latin Club 1, 2: Triple "S" 1, 2, 3, 4: GRA 1. 0 A 1 I I Sixth Row: Denlse A. Dca.ren: Coronets Drill Team 3, 4: Color Guard 3, 4: Class Board 2: French Club 1, 2: Freshman Girls' Chorus: Triple "S" 1, 2, Lesley C. Decli- rlngz French Club 1, 2, 3: Freshman Girls' Chorus: Mixed Chorus: Harmonettes 3, 4: Pan Language Banquet Com- mittee 1, 2, 3, 4. Sheryl J. DeJoy. Richard A. Delaney. Football 1, 2, 3: Track 1. Seventh Blow: Joyce L. Dexter: Transferred as a junior from Prospect High School, Mt. Prospect, Illinois. Michael J. doZonnn.: Football 1, 2, 3, 4: Track 1, 2, 3, 4: "A" Club 3, President 4: Homecoming Court 4. John S. Dlttman: Audio Visual 1, 2: Astronomy Club 2, 3. Sharon M. Dob- bertln: Class Board 3, 4. it 1 ll Fourth Row: Carol J. Culberson: Student Council 1, 2, 3, 4: Class Board 1, 2, 3: Talent Show 1, 2, 3: Harmonettes 3, 4: NFL Calendar Girl 3: Mid-Suburban League of Area Councils Secretary 4: Christmas Ball Queen 4. John R. Curtin: Cross Country 2, 3, 4: Track 1, 2, 3, 4: Swim- ming 1, 2: "A" Club 3, 4: Class Board 2, 3: Key Club 2, 3: Bemidji Ball 2, 3. Glenn Cuzzort: Cross Coun- try 1: Ski Club 2, 3, 4. Nancy A. Dabbert: Home Economics Careers Club 1: GRA 1, 3, 4: Ski Club 4: Riding Club 1. Fifth Row: Gary R. Dulbke: Wrestling 1: Tennis 1: Radio Club 1: Rifle Club 2: Ski Club 3, 4: Bemidji Ball 3, 4: Key Club 4. Lawrence WV. Dauber Radio Club 2, 3, 4: Gymnastics 1, 2. Linda G. Dnvls: Riding Club 3, 4. Patricia Ann Dean: Carclettes 2, 3, Treasurer 4: Cardinal 3, 4: Triple "S-" 2, 3, Corresponding Secretary 4: Class Board 1, 2, 3: Talent Show 3: 7 Semester Honor Pin. 135 Third Row: Kevin D. Ellertson: Football 3, 4: Track 2, 3: "A" Club 3, 4. Treacy T. Elllott: Baseball 2, 3: Intramurals 3, 4: Transferred from Homestead High School, Sunnyvale, California. Rick J. Erickson: Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4: Rifle Club 2: Key Club 3, 4: Class Board 3. John D. Ewalt. Fourth Row: Jonathan Louls Fenlaclkl. Christine L. Fer- rnrlo: French Club 1, 2: Triple "S" 2: GRA 1, 2, 3, 4. Timothy lv. Flchter: Wrestling 1, 2, 3: Rifle Club 2, 3: President 4: Plays 2, 4: Aeronautics Club 1, 2: Pan Lang- uage Banquet 3, 4. Timothy D. Fltzpatrick: Student Coun- cil 1, 2, 3: Class Board 1, 2, 3: Tennis 1, 2: Soccer Club 2, 3 :Plays 2: Football 1. Flfth Row: Davld J. Foss: Football 1: Wrestling 1: Bi- ology Club 1, 2. Ann M. Franzese: Choraliers 3, 4: Senior Choir 3, 4: Opera 4: Musicals 3, 4: Talent Show 1, 2, 3: Class Board 1, 2, 3: Tri-M 4: French Club 2, 3. Michael J. Freeman: Track 1: Radio-Jet-Prop Club 3. John L. Fric- burg: Distrlbutive Education 4. 136 eniors First .Row: Kathy S. Dollnajee: Freshmen Girls' Chorus 1: Mixed Chorus 2: Girls' Glee 3: Senior Choir 4: Tri-M 2. 3. 4: FTA 2, 3: Triple "S" 2, 3. Ronald A. Duubelc: Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4: Basketball 1. 2, 3: Cross Country 1: Lab Aide 3. Mary K. Doyle: National Honor Society 3. 4: Spanish National Honor Society 3: Mu Alpha Theta 3: Math Club 1, 2, 3: Vice-president: Transferred as a senior gong St. Patrick Academy, Des Plaines, Illinols. Elizabeth ' . rn cv. Second Row: Nancy J. Dutt: French Club 3: Class Board 3, 4: Triple "S" 4: 7 Semester Honor Pin: Trans- fered as a freshman from Centerville High School, Center- ville, Ohio. David C. Dutton: Ski Club: Football: German Club: Tarnsferred as a senior from North Farmington High School, Farmington, Michigan. Elyse RI. Early: French Club 1: NFL Calendar Girl: Ski Club 4. Kristine A. Ehlers: Riding Club 1, 2, 3: President 4: 4 Semester Honor Pin. .gp-. Sixth Row: Frances P. Frlgo: Diversified Occupations 3: Secretary 4. Thomas R. Frisbie: Marching Band 1, 2, 3, 4: Concert Band 1, 2, 3, 4: Pep Baud 1, 2, 3, 4: Ten- nis 1: Orchestra 4: Dance Band 4: Honors Band 4. Joseph LI. Fromem: Tennis 1, 2. Ruth Anne Gnbler: Li- brary Aide 1, 2, 3: GRA 2: Leaders 3, 4: Fencing Club 4: 4 Semester Honor Pin. Seventh Row: Jerry L. Gardner: Intramurals 1, 2: Ski Club 3. John William Garms: Football 1, 2, 3, 4: Basket- ball 1, 2, 3: Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4: Transferred as a Soph- omore from Fremd High School, Palatine, Illinois. Christine L. Gehrig: Concert Band 1, 2, 3, 4: German Band 3, 4: Honors Band 4: Marching Band 1, 2, 3, 4: Drum Major 4: Riding Club 3. Verne R. Genislo: Ski Club 2, 3, 4: Rifle Club 2, 3, 4: Transferred as a sophomore from York Com- munity Hlgh School, Elmhurst, Illinois. Class of 19 0 First Row: Lawrence A. Geyer: Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4: Intramural Basketball 2, 4: 7 Semester Honor Pin. Linda. C. Gilmour: Distrlbutive Education. Edward F. Gimbel. Pntrlcla A. Givens: Heights Staff 2, 3: Editor-in-Chief 4: Class Board 1, 2, 3: Vice-president 4: Triple "S" 1, 3: Treasurer 2: D.A.R. Award Recipient. Second Row: Laurie E. Godwin: Orchestra 1, 2, 3: French Club 2: Triple "S" 2: Tri-M 2, 3, 4: 4 Semester Honor Pin: Illinois State Music Contest 2. Dave W. Grandt: Band 1, 2: Dlverslfied Occupations 3, 4. Paula Greeley. Robert Green. Sixth Row: Dave A. Hart: Baseball 1. Fred J. Harth: Football 1, 2, 3, 4: Basketball 1: Wrestling 2, 3: Track 1, 2, 3, 4: "A" Club 4: All-Conference Track 4: Class Board 3. Christine B. Haskins: National Thespian Society 2, 3, 4: Senior Leader 4: Senior Choir 3, 4: French Club: Class Boar 2, -3, 4: Musical: Triple "S", Linda D. Rauf: Office Guide 3, 4. Seventh Row: Dorothy M. Hauff: Music 1, 2, 3, 4: Math Club 2: French Club 1, 2: GRA 1: 7 Semester Honor Pin. Janls Lynn Hmuptly: Tri-M 2, 3, 4: French Club 1, 2, 3: Triple "S" 1, 2, 3: Opera 4: Senior Choir 3, 4: Pan Language Banquet 1, 2, 3, 4: Musical: Astronomy Club 2. Cathy Heckendorf: Riding Club 3: 'Vice-president 4. John T. Heffernan. QE' ffl. 7 'kia fs.: .1 c ,,. Heli ass? ll r y 'ee , .- , - ' 'Q -:.. . . MI H .. "3 "mf" , ..... ,, . W, .,.,. . 9 I 1 ix Third Row: Paul M. Greene: Football 1, 2, 3, 4: Base- ball 1: Track 2, 3: Intramurals 2, 3, 4: 4 Semester Honor Pin. Danlel P. Grey. Alan W. Gronlund: Swim- ming 1. Valerie A. Guentner: GRA 1: Riding Club 2: Triple "S" 2. Fourth Row: Marilyn J. Hacker: Triple "S" 1, 2: Class Board 3. Nicholas P. llahn: Band 1, 2, 3, 4: Pep Band 2, 3, 4: Swimming 4. Kathleen J. Halrc: Ski Club 3: Triple "S", Betsy A. Halsnll. Fifth Row: hleredlth L. Hamilton: Library Aide 1: Triple "S" 1, 2: Ski Club 2. Donna M. Hapke: Diversified Oc- cupations: Office Guide: Transferred as a sophomore from Wheeling High School, Vtfheeling, Illinois. Judy A. Hnnns: Office Guide 4. Gregory R. Harris: Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4: "A" Club 2, 3, Vice-president 4: Tennis 1, 2, 3, 4: All State, District, Conference 2, 3, 4. .31 Z 137 Third Row: Alan L. Hess: Cardinal Staff 3, Editor-im Chief 4: Plays 2, 3, 4: Morning Announcer 4: Debate 2: In- dividual Events 3: Class Board 3: '69-'70 NFL Calendar Editor: Transferred as a sophomore from Berkshire Junior High School, Birmingham, Michigan. Karen G. l-lllh: De- bate 1, '2: Creative Writers Club 3: Tutor 3: Class Board 2. Judith K. Hlllert: Triple "S" 1, 2, 3, 4: GRA 1: Latin Club 1, 2: 7 Semester Honor Pin. Susan Hodge. Fourth Row: John Hoffman. Patrick Rogan. Robert C. I-lollenbach: Gymnastics 1, 2, 3: Astronomy Club 2: Bas- ketball 3: Latin Club 3: Track 3: Transferred as a senior from Oxon Hill High School, Oxon Hill, Maryland. Andrea Holman. v 1 : 1,15 ,, fl H A138 Seniors First Row: Wllllam P. Heffernan: Class Board 1, 2, President 3: Student Council 1, 2, 3, Vice-president 4: Cross Country 1: Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4: Baseball 1: Track 2: Homecoming King: "A" Club 3, 4. Bar-barn, A. Hello: Tri-M 3, 4: Band 1, 2, 3, 4: Orchestra 1, 2, 3, 4: Musi- cal 2, 3, 4: French Club 2: Marching Band 3, 4: German Band 3, 4: Transferred as a junior from Cooper Senior High School, Minneapolis, Minnesota. Mary Therese Helsler: Class Board 3, 41 Pep Club 2: Transferred as a freshman from Frank B. Kellogg High School, St. Paul, Minnesota. Patricia J. l-lenrlckson: Ski Club 3: Triple "Sl" 2: Riding Club 1, 2. Second Row: Deborah J. Herdrloll: Senior Choir 3, 4: Office Guide 4: National Tbesplan Society 1, 2, 3, 4: Riding Club: Musical 1, 3: Transferred from Maine East High School, Park Ridge, Illinois. Dolores Hernandez. Rich- ard Hernandez: Football 1, 2: Wrestling 1, 2: "A" Club 2, 3, 4. Jenn L. Herrnutnn: Stage Crew 1, 2, 3, Assist- ant Technical Director 4: Future Teachers of America 2, 3, President 4: Math Club 2, 3, President 4: Betty Crock- er Homemaker of Tomorrow Award: Home Economics Ca- reers Club 1, 2, Treasurer 3, 4: National Honor Society 3, 4: National Tliespian Society 2, 3, 4: 7 Semester Honor Pin. Fifth Row: Jana L. Holt: Orchestra 1, 2: Heights Staff 4: French Club 4: Pan Language Banquet 4: 4 Se- mester Honor Pin: Study in College Lucie Berger, France 3. Jeffrey L. Howard: Tennis 1: Football 2: Wrestling 2, 3. Janet Hull. Robert J. Holt: Football 2, 3, All- Conference 4: Basketball 2, 3, 4: Baseball 2: Track 3, 43 "A" Club 3, 4: Student Council 3: National Honor Society 2, 3, 4: 7 Semester Honor Pin: Transferred as a sophomore from Merrill Junior High School, Des Moines, Iowa. Sixth Row: Anita. Huysmans: Triple "S" 22 Art Club 1. Snsnn A. Inselberger: GRA 1, 2, 4: Office Guide 2: Fencing Club 4: Senior Leader 4: Business Club 3. Ml- clmel Isaacs: Gymnastics 1, 2, 3. 4: "A" Club 3, 43 Senior Choir 3, 4: Chorallers 4: Class Board 2: Opera 4: Musical 2, 3, 4. William P. Jarm: Baseball 1: Rifle Club: Ski Club: 4 Semester Honor Pin. Seventh Row: Leif Jai-nholm. Dale I-I. Jensen: -Baseball 1, 3, 4: Basketball 1: Wrestling 2: Track 2: Semor Choir 4. Elizabeth Johnson. James Johnson. Class of 19 0 First Row: Linda. E. Johnson: Freshman Girls' Chorus: Mixed Chorus 2: Girls' Glee 3: 4 Semester Honor Pin. Barbara. Jones. James 0. Josctti: Football 3, 4: Wrest- ling 3, 4: Transferred as a junior from St. Viator High School, Arlington Heights, Illinois. Kathy M. Kaplca: So- dality 1, 2, 3: GRA 1, 2. 3: Student Librarian 1, 2, 3: Transferred as a. senior from St. Casimir High School, Chicago, Illinois. Second Row: Jnmees L. Katovich: Bemidji Ball 3, 4. Jo A. Knucher: Triple "S" 1, 2: French Club 1: Ski Club 2, 3. J. Andrew Kehc: Football 1, 2, 3, 4: Golf 1, 3, 4: Basketball 1: Bemidji Ball 1, 2, 3, 4: "A" Club 3, 4. Germaine M. Kelhl: Nurses Aide 1: Distribu- tive Education Treasurer, Area Secretary 4. Fifth Row: Barbara L. King: GRA 1, 2, 3, President 4: Health Club 1: Health Aid 1, 2, 3, 4: National Honor Society 3, 4: 7 Semester Honor Pin. William C. Kirch- lmff: Baseball 1, 2: Basketball Intramurals 3: Russian Club 1, 2, 3: 7 Semester Honor Pin. Karen E. Kirkland French Club 1, Vice-president 2, 3: Tri-M 2, 3, 4: Har- monettes 3, 4: Senior Leader 4: Class Board 1, 2, 3: Musical 3, 4: Opera 4: 4 Semester Honor Pin. Terry G. Klueslng. Sixth Row: Michael W. Knxmck: Football 1: Stu- dent Councll 4: National Thesplan Society 4: Ski Club 2, 3, 4: Art Club 4: Astronomy Club 2: Bemidji Ball 2. Bruce G. Knoll: Baseball 1, 2: French Club 1: Bemidji Ball 3. Kevin T. Koenema-n: Football 1: Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4: Bemidji Ball 1, 2, 3, 4: Gymnastics 1. Jumic B. Koerner: Gymnastics 1. 2, 3: "A" Club 3, 4. Seventh Row: Gary R. Komarek: Golf 1: Rifle Club 2, 3. Lee J. Kowalski: Football 1: Swimming 2: Track 2. Mary M. Kranz: Riding Club 1: Home Economics Careers Club 2: GRA 3, 4. Michael L. Kranz: Football 1. Third Row: John C. Keller: Football 1, 2: Basketball 1: Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4: Bemidji Ball 4. 'Rosalie V. Keller: Harmonettes 3, 4: Tri-M 2, 3, 4: Senior Leader 4: Na- tional Thesnian Society 2, 3, 4: Freshman Girls' Chorus 1: Girls' Glee 2: Senior Choir 4: 7 Semester Honor Pin. Jenn Kellogg. Thomas M. Kennedy: Gymnastics 1, 2, 3, 4: "A" Club 3, 4: Key Club 4. Fourth Row: Steven C. Kennlnger: French Club 1: Ski Club 3, 4: Radio .Tet Prop Club 2, 4, Vice-President 3: Chess Club 4: 7 Semester Honor Pin. Jonnne M. Kieca: Russian Club 1, 2, 3, Vice-president 4: Office Guide 4: 4 Semester Honor Pin. Kathy J. Kiley: Triple "S" 3, Recording Secretary 4: Class Board 3: French Club 1, 2: Publicity Club 2: Transferred as a junior from West Haven High School, West Haven, Connecticut. Deborah Kimball: Nurse's Aide 1: French Club 1. 139 Q0 Hi ya ll M .4-r . Fourth Row: Thomas A. Luraheo, Jr.: Track 1. Carol R. Larson: Spanish Club 1: Riding Club 2. Murk T. Larson: Gymnastics 1, 2, 3, 4. Laurie Lee Lechelt: Fresh- man Girls' Chorus 1: Class Board 1, 2: Talent Show 1, 3: NFL Calendar Girl: Mixed Chorus 2: Orchesis 2, 3, Wardrobe Mistress 4: Stage Crew 1. Fifth Row: Nancy C. Lehman: Transferred as 2. sophomore from Conant High School, Hoffman Estates, Illinois. Mur- cia A. Leister. Deborah A. Lenhm-dt: Cardinal Staff 3, 4: GRA 1. Janet A. Lensc: Freshman Girls' Chorus 1: Homecoming Page: Talent Show 1, 3: Class Board 1, 2: Mix- ed Chorus 2 Orchesis 2, 3, Vice-president 4: Stage Crew 1. if . Seniors First Row: Catherhie Kubln. Pamela M. Kurzks.: Rus- sian Club 1, 2, 4, Vice-president 3: Riding Club 2, Sec- retary 3: Library Aide 1: Sociology Club 3: National Hon- or Society 3, 4: National Merit Semi-Finalist: NCTE Achievement Award. John P, Kuykendmll: Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4: Football 2, 3, 4: Cross Country 1: Basketball 1: Be- midji Ball 2, 3, 4: Class Board 3. Robert V. Kwlccinskl: Football: C.VV.T. Second Row: Michael A. Lu.Due: Ski Club 4: Aeronautics Club 2: Math Club 2, 3: President 4: Debate 2, 3: Na.- tional Forensic League: 7 Semester Honor Pin. Joanne E. Lallsh: Class Board 2, 3: Girls' Glee: Senior Choir 3, 4: Tri-M 2, 3, 4: Coronets 4: Senior Leader 4: Operetta: Opera. Celeste L. Landon: Mixed Chorus 2: Girls' Glee 3: Senior Choir 4: National Thespian Society 2, 3, 4: Oper- etta 2, 3, 4: Senior Leader 4: Triple "S" 1, 2, 3: Class Board 2, 3, 4. Jim E. Lnndwchr: Diversified Occupations: A. V. Third Row: Robert A. Landwehr: Diversified Occupations 4. Mark D. Lane: Transferred as a. senior from Belle- fontaine Senior High School, Bellefontaine, Ohio. Mary Lancerock. Michele M. La.Noue: Chemistry Club, Secretary- Treasurer 2: Winter Play Assistant Director 2: Fall Play Stage Manager 3: Plays 3, 4. Z A 1 I l , , .-ev. -..,,., vx I. C' 140 C Sixth Row: Christine M. Lerchcnfelcl: Freshman Girls' Chorus 1: Girls' Glee 2: Senior Choir 3, 4: Triple "S" 1, 2, 3: Talent Show 2, 3: Pep Club 2: Operetta 3. Vlc- toria C. Lilleberg: Riding Club 1, 2: GRA. 1, 2: Trl-M 2, 3, 4: Freshman Girls' Chorus 1: Girls' Glee 2: Senior Choir 3, 4: Pep Club 2. Albin E. Llndblnd: "A" Club 2, 3, 4: Swimming 1, 2, 3, 4. Stephen P. Lindgren: Rifle Club: Transferred as a junior from Cathedral High School, Indianapolis, Indiana. Seventh Row: Charles E. Livingston: Astronomy Club 2: Bemidji Ball 2, 3: Spanish Club 2: Ski Club 2, 3. David A. Lockwood: Math Club 2: Class Board 2, 3, 4: Soccer Club 3, 4, President 4: Chess Club 4. Randall J. Logsdon: Debate 1, 2: Musicals 1, 2: Talent Show 1: Swimming 1, 2, 3: Tennis 1: Ski Club: Senior Choir 2, 3, 4. Margaret Ellen Long: Orchesls 3, 4, Class Representative 4: Class Board 2, 3, 4: Talent Show 2, 3: Triple "S" 2: Pep Club 2. Class of 19 O First Row: Denlse S. Lorlssz Triple "S" 1, 2: GRA 1, 2. Robert D. Loughmxxn: Cross-Country 1, 2: Track 1, 2: Swimming 1: Baseball 4: Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4: Bemidji Ball 2, 3. Craig R. Loughrln: Band 1, 2: Astron- omy Club 2, 3: Musical 2. Wllllam P. Lumllll. Jr. Second Row: William L. Lussmnn: JETS 2: Cross-Country Mgr. 4: Track Mgr. 3, 4: Lab assistant 3, 4. Joseph B. Lynch: Golf 1. D. John McCxu'ter: Transfered as a junior from St. Viator High School, Arlington Heights, Illinois. Linda. L. DIcElh0Se: Art Club 1, 2, 4, President 3: French Club 2: Astronomy Club 2: National Honor Society 3, 4: Class Board 1, 2: 7 Semester Honor Pln. Thlral Row: Scott L. McKay: Student Council 3, 4: Tennls 1, 2, 3, 4: "A" Club 4: Key Club 2, 3, Treasurer 4: Class Board 1, 2, 4: Wrestling 1, 2, 3: 4 Semester Honor Pin. Guy 0. Mcltllllan: Football Mgr. 3. Jacquellne G. McMillan: Class Board 2, 3: Music 1. 2, 3: Plays 3, 4: Orchesis 4. Robert Mclleynolds. V . g U, ll, . mr N . , ,Hmmm ll, ..' ' 'I ll - ,, W l l ,. r, 1, , .5 ' 'Tyres 1 ul N . Slxth Row: Gregory W. Mnttlx: Baseball 1, 2: Wrestling 2, 3, 4: 4 Semester Honor Pin. Bruce Mechllng: Gym- nastics 1, 2, 3, 4: Talent Show 3: "A" Club 3, 4. Margaret T. Merkel: Talent Show 2, 3: Spanish Club 1, 2, 3: Class Board 2, 3: Freshman Girls' Chorus 1: Mixed Chorus 2: Coronation Committee: Pep Club 2. Diane M. Meuser: Home Economics Careers Club 2, 3. Seventh Row: Barbara. L. Meyer: Coronets 3, Triple "S" 1, 2: Riding Club 1: Office Guide 1. John WV. Meyer: Foot- ball 1, 2, 3, 4: Wrestling 1, 2, 3, 4: Bemidji Ball 2, 3, 4: "A" Club 3, 4: Intramurals 2. Mlchuel S. Mjcek: Senior Choir 2, 4: Track 2. Richard J. Mlchalskl: German Band 3: Pep Band 2, 3, 4: Honors Band 4: Bemidji Ball 4. li, k-11 " ' Lael: ' 4 it Lf l ff . , . 4 -Y . l - 1 23:53 AE 1 'l '11 1 , . . . H 'TT' Show 1, 2, Fourth Row: Christine A. Mackey: Riding Club 3. Jo anno R. Malerhofer: Triple "S" 1: Spanish Club 1: Cor onets 3, 4. Lycia Mnln: Freshman Girls' Chorus: Stage Crew. Melanie O. Maloney: Orchesis: Trl-M 4: Talent 2 3 Music 1 2 3, 4 3: Class Board 1, , : , , Dlstrlct and State Music Contest 1, 3, 4: Morning An nouncer 4: Musical 2, 3, 4. Fifth Row: John K. Mlmos: Cardinal 3, S-ports Editor 4: Quill 8: Scroll 4: Wrestling 1, 2, 3: Foot al Tenms 2 Track 1, Soccer Club 3 1. 2. 3. . Debbie D. Mantwell: German Club 1, 2, 4: A S Transferred as a sophomore from Portage Northern High School, Portage, Michigan. Donald R. Martel: Base ball manager 1, 2, 3, 4: Football 1. Janet N. Marum Library Aide. 141 Third Row: Mark E. Musich: Football 1, 25 Wrestling 1, 2, 33 Key Club 4. James A. Myers: Transferred as a junior from St. Viator High School, Arlington Heights, Illinois. Sandra, R. Nacher: Triple "S" 2, 3, 4, GRA 2: Mixed Chorus 2. Toni Nation. Fourth Row: Susan L. Nelson: Spanish Club: Ski Club, Scott E. Nielsen: Chess Club 4. Christina M. Nielsen: GRA 2: Fu- ture Teachers Club 3: Riding Club 15 Creative Writers Club 35 Art Club 1, 4: Librabry Aide 4: 7 Semester Honor Pin. Paul A. Nystrom. Fifth Row: Bradford J. 0'Berry: Student Council Par- liamentarlan 43 Key Club: Golf: Footballg Basket- ball. John T.. 0ertel: Key Club 4. Georgette Olsem. Todd E. Opela.: Football 1, 25 Wrestling 1, 2, 3: Plays 3, 4: Student Council 4. 5142 Seniors First Row: Kenneth M. Mlksta. Russell I-I. Mille: K Club 4. Kim P. Moore: Gymnastics 1, 2, 3, 4? UA? Club 3, 4. Fred L. Morrison II: Football 1, 2, 3, 43 Wrestling 1, 2: Ski Club 3: Plays 3, 4: Individual Speech 43 Morning Announcer 4. Second ROW: Elizabeth S. Moy. Glenn A. Moyer: Aero- nautics Club, Secretary-Treasurer 2: JETS Club 2: Cross Country Manager 3, Track Manager 3. Suzanne M. Mur- dock: Astronomy Club 2: Office Guide 4. Richard Deane Murphy: Golf 1. Sixth Row: Steven J. Ozlmek: Latin Club 3, Vice-presb dent 45 Football 1: Crew Team 1: Swimming 23 Transferred as a sophomore from Weber High School, Chicago, Illi- nois. William C. Pampel: Soccer Club 3, Vice-president 4: Chess Club President 49 Tennis 23 Hall Monitor 3, 4: Key Club 4: Transferred as a sophomore from Unity High School, Orange, Connecticut. James M. Parish: Football 1. 2, 3, 43 Baseball 1, 2: Student Council 1, 2, 3, 45 Class Board President 2: National Honor Society 2, 3, Presi- dent 4g Student Forum President 2, 3: Homecoming Court 4. Rex L. Parvin: Freshman Boys' Chorus 15 Sen- ior Choir 2, 3, 45 Revelaires 2, 3, 4: Trl-M 3, 43 Na- tional Thespian Society 2, 3, 4: Plays 2, 3, 4: Musical 1, 2, 3, 45 Talent Show 1, 2. Seventh Row: Brian P. Puscale: Gymnastics 1, 2, 3, 4. David A. Passarelll. Marcia L. Patterson: National Honor Society 2, 3, Treasurer 4g GRA 1, 2, 3, Point Secretary-Treasurer 4: 'Heights staff 45 Triple "S" 1, 25 Class Board 2, 3: Pau Lang- uage Commlttee 45 Tutor 2, 3: 7 Semester Honor Pin. Wayne F. Pierre: Gymnastics 1, 2, 37 Wrestling 4: "A" Club 3, 4. Class of 19 0 First Row: Llndn M. Plllp: Class Board 3. Mary P. Piper: Art Club 1, 2, 4: Spanish Club 1, 4: Pan Lang- uage Banquet. Diane M. Plant: Biology Club 1: Pep Club 1, 2. David J. Pollard: Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4: Foot- ball 2: Chess Club: Astronomy Club. Second Row: John H. Pollltz: Football 1, 2: Basketball 1: Track 2, 3: Cardinal Staff 3: Heights Photographer 3, 4. Debra, L. Poole: Drama Club 3: Chorus 1, 2, 3: French Club 1: Transferred as a senior from Kemper Hall, Kenosha, Wisconsin. Irene M. Pormvski: Debate 1, 2, 3: National Forensic League 1, 2, 4: Secretary 3: Triple "S" 2, 3: Class Board 2, 3, 4: National Honor Society 3, 4: 7 Semester Honor Pin. Vlrglnla. L. Powers: Riding Club 1, 2, 3: Spanish Club 3. SLKth Row: Belinda K. Reed: Astrology Club 2: Triple "S" 3, 4: Ski Club 1. Craig Relder. Susan RI. Rein- hardt: Spanish Club 2: Home Economic Careers 3. Mur- thn. A. Remen: Class Board 3, 4: Math Club 3, 4: Trans- fered as a sophomore from Southwest High School, Kansas City, Missouri. Seventh Row: Danlcl A. Renz: Chorlaiers 3, 4: Senior Choir 3, 4: Musical 2, 3, 4: Tri-M 2, 3, 4: Football 1, 2, 3, 4: Class Board 2: German Club 2, 3: Talent Show 2, 3: Transferred as a sophomore from West View Junior High, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. Christine M. Ret- ton: Future Teachers 3: Class Board 3: Cnrdlnaml 3: Trans- fered as S junior from Academy of Our Lady High School, Chicago, Illinois. JoAnn K. Reynolds: Girls' Glee 1. 2: Transferred as a junior from Flnneytown High School, Cincinnati, Ohio. Pamela J. Richey: Triple "S" 1, 2: Treasurer 3, 4: Russian Club 1, 2: President 3, 4: Na.- tlonal Honor Society 3, 4: NFL Calendar Girl: Pan Lang- uage Council 3, 4: 7 Semester Honor Pin. RL l 2 Third Bow: George B. Predick: Key Club Secretary 2, 3, 4: Track 2: Bemidji Ball 3: 4 Semester Honor Pln. Bradley J. Prochuska: Gymnastics 1, 2, 3, 4: Track 1, 2: "A" Club 3, 4: Boys P.E. Student Leader 3: 7 Se- mester Honor Pln. Louanne Purvlne: Scholastic Art Award 3: Stage Crew 3. Gary R. Raddeman: Basket- ball 1, 2, -3, 4: Track 1, 2, 3, 4: "A" Club 4: Foot- ball 1: Cross-country 2: Transferred as a Junior from Rockford West High School, Rockford, Illinois. Fourth Row: Judith L. Rmltke: Ski Club 4: Riding Club 1. Leslie J. Raitt: Riding Club 2, 4: French Club 2: Scho- lastic Art, Show 4: Girls Glee 3, 4: Freshman Girls' Chorus 1: Retransferred as a. senior. Susan Kay Ramsey: Plays 4: Talent Show 2: Musical 3: Senior Choir 3, 4: Girls' Glee 2: Freshman Girls' Chorus 1: Traffic Court Justice 1: Student Council 2. Hal E. Rupp: Football 1, 2: Transferred as a sophomore from Prospect High School, Mount Prospect, Illinois. Fifth Row: Jerome V. Rasnak: Intramurals 1: Track 1, 2: 4 Semester Honor Pin. Donald R. Rateike: Music 1, 2: Senior Choir 3, 4: Musical 1: Talent Show 1: Bemidji Ball 4: Drawing Club 3, 4. Richard K. Bausch: Concert Band 1, 2: Senior Choir 3, 4: Football 1, 2, 3: Base- ball 1: "A" Club 3, 4: All-state Chorus 4: Operetta 3: Opera 4: Plays 3, 4. Karen A. Reclrert: Triple "S" 3, 4: Class Board 2, 3, 4: Pep Club 2: Spanish Club 3: Transferred as a sophomore from New Providence High School, New Jersey. 143 Third Row' Barbara, D Roth' Talent Show 1' Pan Language Banquet 1 Z 3. Darrell Iamcs Rowader. Musi s 1 2 3 4' State Music Contest 1 2 3 4' Pa 3 4' Talent Show 1 2 3' Opera 4' Freshman Boys Chorus 1' Senior Choir 2 3 4' Revelalres 2 3' Chora- llers 4. Warren E. Rudy: Wrestling 1: Bemidji Ball 1. Karen S. Rumgay: Class Board: Triple "S': Pep Club. Fourth Row: Patricia A. Running: GRA 1. Hanan Rushdl: French Club: Home Economics Careers Club: Student Council 4: Girls' Basket Ball: A.F.S. Exchange Student from Amman, Jordan. James A. Rybskl: Senior Choir 2, 3, 4: Basketball Manager 3, 4: Tennis Manager 3, 4: Football Manager 4: Plays 3: Operetta 2: Talent Show 3: Freshman Boys' Chorus 1: Transferred as a sophomore from Boca Raton High School, Boca Raton, Florida. Steven G. Rypkema: Football 1: Astronomy Club 2: Cross Coun- try 3. page 1 ? 2 11 1 i 1 I wx : nfs." 2 E .. K 1 P . . 441. ? ,,1!j" .1 s ." -fr l 'VV i .1 Seniors First Row: Colleen A. Rlngel: Triple "S" 1, 2, 4: GRA 2. John B. Ritchle. John F. Roach: Key Club 3, 4: As- tronomy Club 2, 3: Spanish Club 2, 3: Cardinal Staff 4. Brlan E. Robb: Track 2: Bemldlji Ball 3, 4: Key Club 3, 4: Hall Monitor 3, 4. Second Row: Delores C. Roper: Nurse Aide 4. Loretta M. Rosunckl: Distributive Education: School Store. Richard G. Ross: Plays 3, 4: Musicals 2, 3, 4: Talent Show 2: Concert Band 1, 2, 3, 4: German Band 2, 3, 4: Individual Speech Events 4: Orchestra 2, 3, 4: Dance Band 2, 3, 4. Elizabeth N. Rossi: Heights 2, 3, Picture Editor 4: Class B03-Fd. 1. 2. 3, 4: GRA 1, 2, 4, Secretary 3: Student Council 1, 2: Quill 8: Scroll 3, 4: Senior Leader 4: 7 Semester Honor Pin. -7,1 t 1 144 7 x .fi Ev- 'uf in Fifth Row: Patricia, Diane Sawyer: Transferred as a soph- omore from Bogan High School, Chicago, Illinois. Suzanne E. Saxton: Individual Speech Events 3, 4: National For- ensic League 3, Recordlng Secretary 4: Class Board 3: Library Aide 1: Pep Club 1, 2: Triple "S" 2. James J. Schaefer. Bernadette M. Schamne. Sixth Row: Garry W. Schubert: Football 1: Transferred as n. sophomore from Niles West High School, S-kokie, Illinois. Clifford L. Schultz: Cross Country 1: Basketball 1, 2, 3: Baseball 1, 3: 7 Semester Honor Pin. Jeffery D. Schulze: Basketball 1, 2, 3: Baseball 1: Tennis 2, 3: Class Board 1, 2, 3: French Club 2, 3: Talent Show 3: 7 Semester Honor Pin. Mark J. Seevers: Debate 2: National Forensic League 2. 3: Band 1, 3, 4: Student Forum President 4: Class Board 3: Transferred as a sophomore. Seventh Row: Susan I.. Seclenblnder: Freshman Girls' Chorus: Home Economics Careers Club 1. Arthur J. Sergey: Bemidji Ball 1, 2, 4: Intramurals 1. 2: Wrestling Manager 3: Ski Club 4. Scott A. Scvorson: Chemistry Club 1, 2, 3: Ski Club 2, 3, 4: Transferred as a junior from Minnetowka. High School, Minnetowka., Minne- sota. Diane C. Slmk: Triple "S" 1, 2: Ski Club 2. 3, 4: Riding Club 2. Class of 1970 First Row: John P. Shanley: Tranferred as a sophomore from St. Viator High School, Arlington Heights, Illinois. Robert G. Slmrtle: Cross Country 1: Swimming 1, 2, 3: Track 1, 2: Class Board 2: Talent Show 3. Kimberly Gay Sheviak: Concert Band 1, 2, 3, President 4: Trl-M 2, 3, 4: German Band 2, 3, 4: Dance Band 4: Orches- ra 2, 3, 4: Talent Show 3: Play 4: Class Board 2, 3. Kvllllam J. Short. Second Row: Rose M. Shrum: Distributive Education: Girls Glee: Transferred as a junior from Moline High School, Moline, Illinois. Jeffery T. Shumate: Football 1, 2: Wrest- ling 1, 2, 3, 4: Key Club: Rifle Club. Glen E. Siefer- mnu: National Merit Scholarship semi-finalist: 4 Semester Honor Pin: Transferred as a freshman from Grand Blanc High School, Grand Blanc, Michigan. Alan D. Sleger. J , - n lL:l'Lii1: e-, -- .iirilh ' 4 'fi-'f' 2 . ri. .f-1' x ' li- ., 'J , - f 3 Lift:-L.f,: . F, fi' 433' '1-, .' x , .F ,gnu N,- . I A5133 H -1. A3 t if Fifth Row: William W. Sporleder. Richard J. Stancznk: Football 1, 2: Wrestling 1, 2, 3, Co-captain 4: Talent Show 3: Plays 2, 3, 4: Student Council 3, Tressurer 4: "A" Cub 2, 3, 4: Radio Club President 2: 4 Semester Honor Pin. Monica J. Stansbury: Triple "S" 1: Fresh- man Girls' Chorus: Girls' Glee 2: Senior Choir 3, 4: Class Board 1, 2, 3: Talent Show 2: French Club 1, 2: Martha J. Stephens: Coronet Drill Team 3, 4: Color Guard 4: Class Board 3: GRA 1: Triple "S" 1, 2: French Club 1: Ski Club 3, 4. Sixth Row: Sue Sternberg: Class Board 2, 3: Biology Club: Triple "S" 2, 3: Stage Crew: French Club 1, 2. Alice Stlgger. James K. Stipp: Football 1, 2: Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4: "A" Club 3, 4: Class Board 4: Baseball 1. Jeffrey K. Stockdale: Rifle Club 1, 2, President 3, 4: 7 Semester Honor Pin. Seventh Row: Janice Strauss: D. E.: 'hansferred as a senior from Main East High School, Park Ridge, Illinois. Wllllam C. Strlckler: Gymnastics 1: A. V. 1, 2: Astron- omy Club 2, 3: 4 Semester Honor Pin. Donald E. Stumpf: Wrestling 1, 2, 3, Co..captain 4: Football 1, 2, 3, 4: Base- ball 1: Track 2: "A" Club 2, 3, 4. Gerard A. Snblette: Senior Choir 3, 4: Plays 3, 4: Class Board: Transferred as a junior from Homewood Flossrnoor High School, Home- wood, Illinois. Third Row: Ellen M. Slukn.: French Club 2, Treasurer 3: Pep Club 1, 2, 3: Office Aid 2: National Thesplau Society 1: Honor Club 1, 2: Transferred as a senior from Taft High School, Chicago, Illinois. Jeffrey D. Smlth: Ski Club 2, 3, 4: Baseball 1, 2: Cardlnal Staff 3, 4. Pat A. Smith: Debate 1, 2, 3: National Forensic League 1, 2, 4, Secretary 3: National Honor Society 2, 3, 4: Triple "S" 2, 3: Class Board 2, 3, 4: Home Economics Club 1: French Club 3: 7 Semester Honor Pin. Patricia M. Smith: Freshman Girls' Chorus: Spanish Club 2: Girls Glee: Stage Crew 2, 3: Class Board 1, 2. Fourth Row: Sharon Smith. Susiln P. Spetllmann: Home Economics Club 1: Class Board 2, 3: Triple "S" 3, Presl- dent 4: 4 Semester Honor Pin. Joy M. Spies: Freshman Girls Chorus: Mixed Chorus: Girls Glee: Home Economics Club. Robert L. Spoerleln. I 1 . H5 2, - he ei I i ky .V i 1 I .ffi 145 , s .924 d .Fl W- Q' Fourth Row: Thomas R. Ungaro: Track 1, 2, 3: Cross Coun- try 1, 2: Football 3, 4: Bemidji Ball 1, 2, 3, 4: Patricia M. Ungar-o: Biology Club: GRA: Class Board 1. Lou Ann Under- wood: Pep Club 2, 3: Pep Band 1, 2: Girls' Glee 3: Senior Choir 4: Stage Crew 3, 4: Musical 4: GRA 2, 3, 4. Dave A. Ullrlch: NFL 1, 2, 3, President 4: Debate 1, 2, 3, 4: Cardinal Staff 3, News Editor 4: Student Forum 4: Quill 8: Scroll 4: Tennis 1: 7 Semester Honor Pin. Fifth Row: Lore! Lee S. Turney: Diversified Occupations 4: AFS 1: Biology Club 1: Transferred as a sophomore from Elk Grove High School, Elk Grove, Illinois. Elizabeth A. Turkonn: Ski Club 2, 3, 4: GRA 1, 2: Triple "S" 1. Mary E. Tuomi: Senior Choir 2, 3, 4: Tri-M 2, 3, President 4: National Honor Society 2, 3, Secretary 4: Revelaire Ac- cornpanist 2, 3: Choraliers 4: Talent Sh0w 2, 3: Oper- etta 3, 4: State Music Contest 1, 2, 3, 4. Herbert A. Trulove: Wrestling 2, 3: Key Club 3, 4. FID- 146 Seniors First Row: Kenneth G. Suchomskl. Thomas W. Sword: Rifle Club 2, 3, 4: Radio Jet Prop Club 3: Ski Club 3: Bemidji Ball 3: Intramurals 1, 2. Pat Sweeney: Drama: Orchesis: Class Board 4: Transferecl as a junior from Sa- cred Heart of Mary High School, Rolling Meadows, Illi- noxs. Ann 0. Tampa: GAA 1, 2: Art Club 1, 2: F. T. A. 1, Secretary 2: Latin Club 2: Drama 1, 2: Ski Club 4: Transfered as a junior from Wheaton High School, Wheaton, Maryland. Second ROW: George F. Tannery: 7 Semester Honor Pin. Patricia. A. Taylor. Susan M. Taylor: Spanish Club 3: Ski Club 4. Glenn T. Temko: Gymnastics 1, 2, 3: Student Leader 3: Class Board 1, 2: Bemidji Ball 4. Third Row: Paul A. Thompson: Key Club, 3, Vice- presldent 4: Cross Country 2: Rifle Club 2. 3: Soc- C91' Club 2. 3. 4: Band 1, 2, 3, 4: Chess Club 2, 3, 4: 7 Semester Honor Pin. John R. Tollefsonz Football 1: Track 1, 2: Ski Club 4. Alan Townsend. Terence O. Trains.: Class Board 2: Football 1: Baseball 3: Office Guide: Transferred as a. senior from Hersey High School, Arlington Heights, Illinois. Sixth Row: Lynmln. M. Useldlng: Scholastic Art Award: 4 Semester Honor Pin. Robert E. Van Blndel: Diversified Occupations 4. Debra, C. Vogel: Senior Choir 3, President 4: French Club 1, 2: GRA 2, 3, 4: National Thespian Society 2, 3, 4: Fencing Club 4: State Music Contest 3, 4: Senior Leader 4. Adrienne R. Voise: Coronets 2, 3, 4: Color Guard 3, 4: National Thesplan Society 1, 2, 3, 4: Trl-M 2, 3, 4: Girls' Glee 2, Treasurer 3: Senior Choir 4: Class Board 1, 2, 3, 4: 4 Semester Honor Pin. Seventh Row: Carolyn J. Wnoaser: Powder Puff 3, 4: French Club 2, 3, 4: Class Board 2, 3: NFL Calendar Girl: Girls' Glee 3: Senior Choir 4: Coronation Committee 4: Tutor 3, 4. Donna. L. WVmlsworth: Choraliers 3, 4: Senior Choir 3, 4: Mixed Chorus 2: Home Economics Careers Club 3, President 4: Class Board 1, 2, 3: Musical 1, 2, 3, 4: Plays 2: Talent Show 3: Transferred as a sopho- more from Maine West High School, Des Plainees, Illinois. Evelyn F. Wagner: Drum Major 4: Orchestra 1, 2, 3, 4: Pep Band 2, 3, 4: FTA 2, President 3: Plays 4: Musical 1, 2, 3, 4: National Honor Society 3, 4: 7 Semester Honor Pin. Richard L. WVo.l-rely: Wrestling 1, 2, 3: Cross Coun- try 1: Bemidji Ball 1, 2, 3, 4. Class of 1970 First Row: Nancy J. Waldbuesscr: GRA 1: Class Board 3: Pep Club 3, 4: Ski Club 3. Norman T. Wall: Track 1, 2: Spanish Club 3: Bemldiji Ball 2, 3. James J. Wnllner: Rifle Club 1, 2: Bemidji Ball 4: Pep Band 1, 2, 3, 4: Dance Band 4: Orchestra 2, 3: Marching Band 1, 2, 3, 4. Ml- chmel J. Walsh: Swimmln 1 2 3' Baseball 1 2' Ski E I . . . 1 Club 1, 2, 3, 4. Second Row: Patricia A. Walsh: Triple "S" 2: Coronets Drill Team 3, 4: Color Guard 3, 4: Class Board 4: 7 Semester Honor Pin. Linda, A. Walter: Concert Band 1, 2, 3, 4: Pep Band 1, 2, 3, 4: German Band 3, 4: Marching Band 3, 4. Janet L. Walters: Freshman Girls' Chorus 1: Mixed Chorus: Senior Choir 3, 4: Coronation Committee 3, 4: Musical: Trl-M: Class Board 2, 3, 4. Bonnie L. Walworth: Ski Club 2, 3: GRA 3: Riding Club 2, 3, 4. Thlrd Row: Douglas S. Ward: Ski Club 2, 3: Wrest- llng 4. Patricia L. lvibyman. Mlchuel S. Vl7ebcr: Football 1, 2, 3, 4: Wrestling 1, 2, 3, Captain 4: Track 1: Stud- ent Council 4: "A" Club 3, 4: Key Club 4. Gary R. Wegner: Track 1, 2, 3, 4: Football 1, 2, 3, 4: Bemidji Ball 3, 4: Hall Monitor 3: Key Club 4: "A" Club 3, 4. Sixth Row: Deborah J. Whiting: National Honor Society 2. 3, 4: Tri-M 2, 3, 4: Orchestra 1, 2, 3, 4: Cadrettes 2, 3, 4: Biology Club 1, 2, 3: Chemistry Club 2, 3: Pan Lan- guage Banquet 1. 2. 3. 4: 7 Semester Honor Pin. June E. Whltnell: Class Board 1, 2, 3, 4: Heights Staff 3, 4: Quill A: Scroll 4: Senior Leader 4: Triple "S"' 1, 2: Pan Language Banquet 2, 3, 4: Riding Club 2: 7 Semester Honor Pin. Karen L. Wilson: Senior Leader 4: Class Board 1, 2, 3, 47 GRA 2: Triple "S" 1, 2: Pep Club 2. DeLynn C. Wlnkelman: Freshman Girls' Chorus 1: Girls' Glee 2: Sen- lor Choir 3, 4: Riding Club 3, Secretary 4. Seventh Row: Bill Wltcher. Mm-k Vincent Winters: Ski Club 2, 3, 4: Golf 1, 2: Wrestling 1: Spanish Club 1, 2: Sociology Club 4. Susan J. 1Vo.itklewlez: Russian Club 1, 2, Secretary-Treasurer 3, 4: Freshman Girls' Chorus 1: Girls' Glee 2: Senior Choir 3, 4: Senior Leader 4: Na.- tlonal Honor Society 3, 4: Library Aide 1. Kristine T. Wol- ters: Coronet Drill Team 2, 3, 4: Color Guard 3, 4: Class Board 2, 4: Senior Choir 3, 4: French Club 1, 2, 3, Presi- dent 4: Plays 4: Tri-M 2, 3, 4: 4 Semester Honor Pin. 1.11 .1 ' 'rf , ""c':-' . l Fourth Row: Jeffrey Lee Wehrmelster: Sociology Club 3: Cafeteria Monitor 4. Dale L. Weidner: Football 1: Radio Jet Prop Hobby Club 2: Hall Monitor 3. Dorothy A. lveiclncrs Freshman Girls' Chorus 1: Mixed Chorus: Home Economics Careers Club: Art Club. Vince W. Weidner: Track 1, 2: Cross Country 1, 2, 3, 4: Bemidji Ball 1, 2: Swimming 1: "A" Club 4. Fifth Row: Michael J. Weller: Cross Country 2, 3: Track 1, 2: Class Board 2: "A" Club 3, 4: 7 Semester Honor Pin. Richard W. Wells: Football 1, 2, 3: Wrestling 1, 2, 3, 4: Baseball 1: Track 2. Lorie Wendorf. Cherie A. Westedt: Coronet Drill Team 2, 3: Freshman Girls' Chorus 1: GRA 1: Senior Leader 4: Dlstributive Education Secretary. 147 ful nl Third Row: Lindsey C. Barton: Cheerleading 3, 4: Stud- ent Council 3, 4: Homecoming Court: Heights staff 3, 4: Class Board 1, 2, 3: NFL Calendar Girl: Quill 85 Scroll 4: 7 Semester Honor Pin. Marjlo J. Bowen: Orchesls 2, 3, 4: Class Board 1, 2, 3: Latin Club 1, 2: Plays 1, 2, 3, 4: Musical 1, 2, 3: Opera 4: Talent Show 2, 3: Senior Choir 3, 4: National Thesplan Society 3, 4. Mary A. Bun- nelle: Spanish Club 1: Plays 1, 2: Triple "S" 2: Class Board 2, Orchesis 3, Secretary-Treasurer 4: Ski Club 3: Talent Show 3: 7 Semester Honor Pin. Sheila. Cassidy. Fourth Row: Bobette Clarke. Judith G. Collins: Home- coming Queen: Cheerleading 1, 2, 3, Captain 4: Student Council 2, 3, 4: Class Board 1, 2, Vice-president 3: Triple "S" 1, 2: NFL Calendar Girl. Martha. L. Corwin: GRA 1: Triple "S" 1: Math Club 2. Catherine Curtin. Fifth Row: Colleen M. Dunn: Class Board 3: Transferred as a junior from 'North Central High School, Indianapolis, Indiana. George Dwyer. Kevin Erbe. lllelinda. J. Flodln: Orchesis 4: Class Board 3, 4' Senior Choir 3: Girls' Glee 2: Talent Show 3. 148' Seniors First Row: James B. Woodward: Rifle Club: Golf 1, 2. Patrick H. Yorke: Rifle Club 2: Track 1, 2, 3: Soccer Club 3: Transferred as a sophomore from Hixon Junior High School, Webster Grove, Missouri. Patricia A. Zalud: Triple "S" 1, 2, 3, Vice-president 4: GRA 1, 2, Secre- tary 3, 4: Class Board 2, 4: Coronets 2, 3: Senior Choir 3, Treasurer 4: Tri-M 2, 3, 4: National Honor Society 3, 4: Pan Language Council .3. Pamela. J. Zoelllck: Class Board 3: 4 Semester Honor Pin. Second Row: Dennis R. Agnes: Football 1, 2, 3, 4: Be- midji Ball 2, 3, 4: Wrestling 1. Diane P. Archibald: Class Board 2, 3, 4, Vice-president 1: Spanish Club 2, 3: Ski Club 4: Student Council 1: GAA 1: Transferred as a sophomore from St. Patrlclvs Academy, Des Plaines, Illi- nois. Heather E. Baird: NFL Calendar Girl: Class Board: Freshman Girls' Chorus: Spanish Club. Dianne K. Banko: Coronets Drill Team 3, 4: Color Guard 4: Stage Crew 1, 2: Talent Show 1, 2, 3: Russian Club 1, 2, 3, 4: Senior Leader 4. Shzth Row: Denise A. Flora.: Girls' Glee: Tennis Club: Transferred as a senior from William Howard Taft High School, Woodland Hills, California. Candice A. Frankovlc: Art Club 2, 3, 4. Kathleen A. Game: Riding Club 1, 2, 3, 49 Class Board 2: Nurses Aide 3: Senior Leader 3, 4: GRA 1, 2, 3, 4. Mary Colleen Gullioil: Class Board 1, Secretary 2, 3, 4: Heights staff 3, 4: Student Council 3, 4: GRA 1, 2, Public Relations 3: Coronets Drill Team 4: French Club 2: Quill 8: Scroll 4: Homecoming Court. Seventh Row: Michael L. Hadley: Track 1, 2, 3: Basket- ball 1, 2: Football 1, 2, 3, Co-Captain 4: Transferred as a freshman from Corona del Mar High School, Newport Beach, California. Donna MZ. Halls: Triple "S" 'ii HODIB Economics Club 2: Glee Club 1: Powder Puff 4: C. S. M. C. 2, 3: Latin Club 1: Transferred as a senior from .Tohn Carroll High. School, Birmingham, Alabama. Thomas W. Helmsoth: 4 Semester Honor Pin. Marlraret J. Hermes: Student Council 1, 3, Recording Secretary 4: Class Board 1 2 3: Cheerleading 2, Captain 3: Senior Leader 3, 47 NFL' Calendar Girl: Homecoming Court: Mixed Chorus Vice-president 2: 7 Semester Honor Pin. Class of 19 0 First Row: Cynthia, S. Herrick: Ski Club 1, 2, 3, 4: Class Board 4: Social Service 2, 3: Transferred as a senior from Sacred Heart of Mary High School, Rolling Meadows, Illinois. Robyn K. I-Ioese: Coronets 3: Captain 4: Color Guard 3: Class Board 1, 2, 3, 4: GRA 1, 2: Girls' Glee 2: French Club 1, 2: Talent Show 3: Freshman Girls' Chorus 1. Marcia K. Holley: Cheerleading 1, 3: Class Treasurer 2, 3, 4: NFL Calendar Girl: Student Council 2, 3, 4: Talent Show 2, 3: Homecoming Court 4. Susnn L. Hruskn.: Cheerleading 1: Coronets 2, 3: Color Guard 3: Student Council 1, 2: Pep Club 2. - Second Row: Martha, J. Kamper: GRA 1, 2: Pep Club 1, 2: Annual Staff 2: Girls' Glee 1: Transferred as a. junior from Oelwein Community High School, Oelweln, Iowa. Su- snn R. Kost: Trl-M 2, 3, 4: National Honor Society 2, 3, 4: Freshman Girls' Chorus 1: Mixed Chorus 2: Senior Choir 3, 4: Operetta 3: Class Board 3: 7 Semester Honor Pin. Constance R. Kouzmnnoff: Library Aide 1: Triple "S" 1: GRA 1: Health Office Guide 4: Student Announcer 3. Carole E. Leplrowski: Orchesis 3: Vice-president 4: National Honor Society 2, 3: Secretary 4: Talent Show 2, 3: Operetta 3: Music 1, 3, 4: Individual Speech Events 2. Sixth Row: John L. Rcitmeyer: Football 1, 2, 4: Wrest- ling 1, 2, 4: Track 1, 2: Biology Club Vice-president: Nurses Office Guide: Baseball 4: "A" Club: Rifle Club. Sue A. Rice: Cardettes 2, 3: Captain 4: Art Award 3. G. Michael Rieder: Plays 2, 3, 4: National Thespian So- ciety 2, 3, 4: Student Council President 4: Individual Speech Events 3, 4: Morning Announcer 3, 4. Gale E. Saulers: Harmonettes 3, 4: French Club 1, 2, 3, 4: Class Zgloard 21, 3, 3: GRA 1, 2: Plays 3: Trl-M 2, 3, 4: Talent ow , . Seventh Row: Diane E. Stuahl: Class Board 2, 3, 4: sec- retary 1: Coronets 2, 3, 4: Color Guard -3, 4: Freshman Girls' Chorus: Girls' Glee 2: French Club 1, 2, 3, 45 Art Club 4. Susan L. Sundeen: Health Careers Club 1, 2: Home Economics Club 1, 2: Freshman Girls' Chorus: Mixed Chorus 2: Girls' Glee 3: Senior Choir 4. Sigrid Sundstrom: Class Board 2, 3: French Club 2: Ski Club 2: Triple "S" 2: 4 Semester Honor Pin. Deborah Jean Vsmek: Ski Club 3, 4: Senior Choir 3, 4: Choraliers 3, 4: Operetta 3. 4: Triple "S" 3: Coronets 3: state Music Contest 3, 4: French Club 1, 2. Third Row: Andy H. Locken: Wrestling 1, 2, 4: Foot- ball 1, 2, 3. Susan K. Mader: Office Guide: Senior Lead- er: Pep Club 1: Transferred as a sophomore from Pros- pect High School, Mount Prospect, Illinois. Marianne F. Marslmll: Student Council 1, 4: Class Board 2, 3, 4: French Club 1, 2, 3: Vice-president 4: Talent Show 2, 3: Pan Language Council 3: Pep Club 2. Kathryn A. Menz: Freshman Girls' Chorus: Pep Club 2: Triple "S" 3, 4: Plays 3: Transferred as a sophomore from Immaculate. High School, Detroit, Michigan. Fourth Row: Linda. Mitchell. John K. Morrow: Football 1, 2, 3, 4: Wrestling 1: Bemidji Ball 2, 3, 4: Golf 2: Intramurals 2: Class Board 1, 2: 7 Semester Honor Pin. Kenneth O. Mustaln. Ruth M. Nerllnger: Freshman Girls' Chorus 1: Girls' Glee 2: Senior Choir 3, 4: Choraliers 3, 4: French Club 1, 2: Class Board 1, 2, 3. Fifth Row: Anno Owens: National Honor Society 3, 4: Art Club 1, 2, 3, 4: Orchesis 3, 4: Heights Staff 3: 7 Semester Honor Pin. Bonnie 0. Pedersen: Coronets Drill Team 2, 3: Color Guard 3: Talent Show 1, 2: Orchesis 4: Home Economics Career Club 1: GRA 1. 2: Triple "S" 2, 47 Semester Honor Pin. Emery J. Peek: National Honor Society 2, 3, 4: Individual Speech Events 1, 2: National Forensic League 1, 2: NFL Calendar Girl: Student Coun- cil 2: Plays 2, 3, 4: National Thespian Society 2, 3, 4. Gall L. Quam: GRA 1, 3, 4: Band 1, 2, 3: Senior Leader. 149 Third Row: Frank Brenmxin. Donna. M. Brink: German Club 1, 2: Fencing Club 4: Office Guide 4. Pat M. Brous- seau: Gymnastics 1, 2, 3, 4: "A" Club 3, 4. Blake Burkett. Fourth Row: Jenn Burkitt: Library Aide 1, 2: Rifle Club 2, 3: Talent Show 2: Plays 3. Daniel Clmlifolm. George S. Chapman: Cross Country 2: Track 2, 3: Concessions Stud- ent Director 2, 3, 4: Rifle Club Treasurer 3: Chess Club 3, 4: .TETS 2: Data Processing 3, 4: 4 Semester Honor Pin. Denise L. Dalton: Library Aide 3, 4: Distributive Education: Transferred as a sophomore from Sacred Heart of Mary High School, Rolling Meadows, Illinois. K iso Seniors First Row: Cathy Jean VomBrack: Ski Club 2, 3: Class BOF-U-'fl 23 Triple "S" 2, 3: French Club 1, 2. Stephen P. Von Ebers: Gymnastics 1, 2, 3, 4: "A" Club 3, 4: Stage Crew 2, 3: Track 2. Judy J. Willcox: Coronet Drill Team 3, 4: Color Guard 3, 4: National Honor Society 2, 3, 4: Orchestra 1, 2, 3: Trl-M 3, 4: Class Board 1, 2: 7 Semester Honor Pin. Samuel J. W'lt: Football 1, 2, 3, 4: Basketball 1, 2, 3: Track 1, 2, 3, 4: "A" Club 4. Second Row: Marilyn C. 1Vroblewskl: Home Economics Careers Club 1, 2: Class Board 1, 2: Coronet Drill Team 3, 4: Triple "S" 1, 2. Elizabeth A. Ellen: National Honor Society 2. 3, 4: Tri-M 2, 3, 4: National Thesplan Society 2, 3, 4: Senior Choir 3, 4: Operetta. 2, 3: Plays 3, 4: Pan Language Council 3: All-State Chorus 4. Sue M. Wright: Student Council 1, 2: Social Service Club: Transferred as a. senior from Sacred Heart of Mary High School, Rolling Meadows, Illinois. Robert E. Benisek. Fifth Row: Susan J. DeVault. Edwin M. Gaenzle. Trans- ferred as a sophomore from Fremd High Slchool, Palatine, Illinois. Brad Keene. Jeffrey L. Lelmn. Sixth Row: Geoffrey B. Lonergan. Craig D. Moritz: Football 1, 2, 3, 4: Basketball 1: Wrestling 2, 3, 4: Track 1, 2, 3: Bemidji Ball 3: Hall Monitor 3: A. V. 2: Class Board 1, 2. Timothy K. Oates. Deirdre Offen: GRA 1, 2, 3, 4: Creative Writers Club 3: Tutoring. Seventh Row: David Quigley. Matthew Snyder. Elise Spears. Warren 0. Stout: Rifle Club 2, 3: Ski Club 3, 4: Astron- omy Club: Gymnastics 1. 4 I Class of 19 0 First Row: Linda, J. Wagner: Biology Club 2: Triple "S" 1, 3. Debra, A. Wyatt: Fencing Club 41 Office Guide 4: Transferred as a junior from Sacred Heart of Mary I-Ilgh School, Rolling Meadows, Illinois. CAMERA SHY SENIORS: Paula. Aagaard, Tom Barrett, Gary Bialkowski, Brent Blomquist, Terry Bracke, Bruce Bruscato, Wayne Burget, Nancy Burra, James Colamatteo, James Cowclen, Janice Dale, Deborah Danes, Danette Draut, Donald Ellis. Terrence Foy, Michael Hartig, .Tohn Holloway, Karen Kalluski, Linda. Kanne, Sheri Ladd, Thomas Lemmons, Thomas Lidge, Denis P i i l l 'Q L , is Lindsey, Scott Morkcn, Jorge Pesante, Steven Peterson, Douglas Robb, Bonnie Roberts, Alan Sowka, Jeffrey Stuedemann, Kenneth Templin, Robert Torno, Wesley Van Winkle, Linda Ware, Jeffrey Warr, Kyle Wiederhold, William Wille, Robert Zakcr. enioritis Strikes Again Nina Rushdi Qabove lefty, a student from Iordan, smiles as she envisions new tasty-treats from the Uniteil States, Sue Saxton Qabovey listens with leisure in her newly-allowed attire of slacks. Bending in an CFITIICSE attempt at concentration, Mike Weber assists classmate Debbie Bruner fbclow lefty with her grammar, 151 L. 'A Lg. I L, " Ni- Qv . I. -, ff,f,, ' If ,E-X ai. "I" "uf- + ' " at 1. ,3 Q ' ?f 5?.5?5. J ' 1' mg ', , . vggmx:-wf 'sit ' .,,i!1115i:pfgm ,,. A 1. - ,qw . W,-1,5 ay .rw -ff , .7 A E. , .. , 1 V , -ff A .H-1, .,-f Q I 6 325 -41 -V D, , , Hlyhzlivff' J A v J fl-'L 'I 3 ' ' f', " ' -11 , N ,L , ,Y 4 -- fa N s , . ' TF" k . i ,L .L ' wr: 5 lf' if-91 MV- l X t Lg 5' KI 4, 'f eff! , , 1 mah ,N -"-I-'IQ-fi-Q- 4 Q A I -f-.344 :-sqs,,-..:Tpf-- -f -3 Senior Barb Auge Qabovey socks it to the AHS Soul Band during a rare solo performance. Part-time teacher, full-time gourmet cook, Mr. Boesel Qrightj agrees with Betsy Rossi when she states, "These hamburgers sure smell great, even if I do say so myself!" eniors Reign t The Top Of The Totem Pole h I . i Star-studded senior Carl Anderson sparks Cardmql Sports Ed1tor John Manos finds that in this topsey-turvy-you've-gotta-have up the team and its supporters with an 21-g1lI1I1'11Ck-W01'1d, 1t's hard to find words to describe the Redbird sports scene. extra flash of super-champ enthusiasm. 153 Seniors Reap Rewards-Savor '70 atisfaetion 'vl r w ' "Of course I'm happy - we're winning the game!" smiles Adrienne Voise Qleflj to Mart Jasper. AFS student Mecha Cer- vino fabovej smiles as she recalls many happy hectic hours at AHS. Mfhile visions of "the Picasso" dance through her head. Candy Frankovic frightj watches skill- ful hands fonn a likelife clay sculpture, Tm- 1 ,111 5 l,,,M I "I caught it!" exclaims Chris Ferrario in disbelief as Karen Ruin- gay giggles in reply to Chris' accomplishment vsnth chopsticlfs. VVorried Mrs. Anrrobus Qrightj and her family vyait for son Cain before boarding "Noah's Ark" in play By the Skm of Our Teeth. 154 IUNIOR CLASS BOARD . Front Row: Lydia jarocki, Donna Fournelle, Dale Ruthenberg, Nancee Dalley, Ellen Fill, Cheri Clarkson, Susie Phillis, Paula Carstens, Gene Elsberg, Sue Pace, Cathy Turckan, Sandy Vogeler, Sue Palmatier, Steph Loughran. Second Row: joan Dickinson, Sue Johnson, Sue Harden, Cindy Sebesta, Maureen Long, Shelley Townsend, an Swanson, Nancy Baumgartner, Lynn Gray, Kathy Walsh. Third Row: Sue Lasher, Barb Hudec, Leslie Skar- ra, Dan Stauder, Gary Rettberg, Nadine Thrasher, Barb Neckar, .lunior Class Plans For Worrying seemed to be the favorite pastime of this year's junior class board. The hard-working team of Haldeman, Lacker, Loughran, and Palmatier started planning the prom at the end of their sophomore year. From then to the very last minute they had been hoping that the money they had made these three years would be enough to sponsor the junior Prom, which was held at Arlington Park Towers on the night of june 5, 1970. But where would all that money have come from without the water-logged concessions and coke dance? The juniors also sponsored a kick-off dance, which only increased their anxieties. Because the juniors decided to change the whole style of the prom, new committees had to be added. The food committee was the biggest problem. It wasn't easy to choose a dish everyone would be glad to eat. Bids, publicity, and theme committees were also formed to help make this tradition-laden dance an exciting change for everyone. Miss Craig, Mr. Clark, and Mr. Emery also helped President Ed I-Ialdeman, Secretary Steph Loughran, Vice-president Sue Palmatier, and Treasurer Eve Lack- er in making those big decisions for "A Time For Us." As soon as the last completed, the "Class for their final project Christmas Ball. Glass preparation for the prom was of Fun, '7l" started planning of their high school years, the Board's Work is never done! Eve Lacker, Nancy Scudder, Ed Haldeman, Eric Hamilton, Karen Ahnquist, Wilma Klingenmaier, Ann Grashorn. Fourth Row: Martie I-Iaeger, Betsy McCollum, Kris Klimek, Kathy Owens, Libby Griffith, Karen Weber, Linda Westphal, Sandy Schinkowsky, Debbie Lindsay, Bill Moore, Pam Hodges, Terri Newsome. Fifth Row: Cathy Townsend, Karen Pecka, Mary Beth Schroeder, Cathy Snyder, Mary Neumann, Bruce Carlsen, Deb- bie Leydig, Lindsey Reese, Dee Rieder, Liz Nowack, Steve Weh- mann, Mel Smith, Jean Kivlahan, Robyn Holmes. Progress: Dinner Dance s ., .,., P, 5 l .jx .-lL- R R Zu, . rj j 4-fr IUNIOR CLASS OFFICERS Front Row: Vice-president Sue Palmatier, Treasurer Eve Lacker, Second Row: Secretary Stephenie Loughran, President Ed Hal- deman. i155 ri -. H' es .,e.,. ,sw I ' Q ", .ar 1 I ... xv? Juniors First Row: Glenn Abel, Jeffrey Adam, Karen Adaminl, Karen Ahn- quist, Frank Alexander, Debra Aim, Janet Almblad, Joan Almdale, Keith Anderson. Second Row: Patrick Anderson, Linda. Angeloff, Craig Armen, Kath- leen Bach, Scott Baker, Roberta Ballack, Charles Banta, Esther Barna, Margaret Barody. Thlrd Row: Deborah Barrett, Kath- leen Bartlk, Cynthia Barton, Jo Ann Baschleben, Nancy Bauler, Nancy Baumgartner, Brooks Baus- ke, Nancy Bayert, Thomas Bebber. Fourth Row: Donald Becker, Barb Beckman, Carol Bednarz, Diane Behrle, Marcia Bensinger, George Bieber, Carolann Bird, Bruce Bitt- ner, Linda Blocki. Fifth Row: Diane Bless, Marshall Blum, Robert Blum, Steven Bohn. Bradford Boioe, Gall. Bolduc, Larry Bossung, Gary Boulos, Richard Brandt. Sixth Row: David Brask, Thomas Brennan, Karen Briscoe, James Broadfoot, Janet Broderick, John Brodnau, Stephen Brogdon, Roy Brooks, Gail Brown. Seventh Row: Rebecca Brown, Scott Bruhnke, Lynn Buckingham, Thom- as Buckingham, Patricia Bukowski, Paul Bunnelle, Linnea Burger, Mich- ael Burke, Penelope Burke. Eighth Row: Mary Jo Burkhardt, Kevin Cadle, Lori Cahill, Donna Jo Camastro, Kathy Campbell, Bruce Carlsen, Steven Carncross. Kath- leen Carpenter, Thomas Carroll. Ninth Row: Paula Carstens, Frank Carter, Howard Casavant. Steven Chase, Eddie Chin, Joan Christen- sen, Bruce Clark, Candace Clark, Annemarie Clarke. Tenth Row: Michael Clarke, Cheryl Clarkson, William Cochran, Carla Colson, Jeanne Combs, Brian Conk- lin, Michael Conley, Sharon Connor, Susan Conroy, Eleventh Row: Janet Cording, Ca- ryn Carts, Catherine Cryer, Kath- leen Csepp, Deborah Cullen, Peggy Cunningham, C a t h e y Cushing, Lynne Czerney, Frank Dal Compo. Twelfth Row: Nancee Dalley, John Daly, Michael D'Angelo, Norbert Darmofal, Gregory Dattilo, Rus- sell Daughtry, Cynthia. Davis, James Davis, Nina Davison. Thirteenth Row: Mary Deger, James Depew, Donald Deslmone, Nancy Dewall, Will Dewitt, Joan Dicken- son, Robert Dickinson, Janette Die- ters, Charles Dillon. Fourteenth Row: Timothy Dixon, Charles Donchess, Deborah Doppke, Mary Beth Dorlty, Scott Douglai. Joella Doyle, Sharon Doyle, TUI10' thy D1-aut, Melinda. Dueland- Class of 1971 First Row: Jerry Duro, George Dye, Earl Eells, James Eggert, Jeffrey Eggleston, Mark Elenz, Mike Ellis, Gene Elsberg, Richard Elsner. Second Row: Steven Elwart, Sally Erbach, Diane Erd, Leslie Ferry, Scott Fiduccla, Ellen Fill, Randy Fischer, John Fitzpatrick, Marcia Flodin. Third Row: Joanne Fondrie, Michael D. Ford, Michael L. Ford, Dennis Foreman, Ronna. Fournelle, Roger Frank, Pamela Frank s, Kurt Frantz, Gail Freeman. Fourth Row: Jean Frossard, Doug- las Fuller, Nita Furlong, Michael Furman, John Gabler, Karen Gar- land, Jeri Gelsslnger, Michael Garms, Roy Genevich. Fifth Row: Diane Genisio, Greg Glbbel, Joyce Gilflllan, Elizabeth Gillen, Jean Glander, Connie Glaser, James Glaser, Deborah Glomski, Raymond Godzlckl. Sbcth Row: Suzanne Goebbert, Bri- an Goedke, Bernard Golbeck, James Gong, Martha Gorman, Marta Graf, Michael Graham, Peggay Graham, Ann Grashorn. Seventh Row: Lynn Gray, Elizabeth Griffith, Peggy Grob, John Grom, Gail Guilfoil, Paul Gundry, Ml- chele Haas, Martin Haeger, Martha Haeger. Elghth Row: Scott Hagy, Edward Haldeman. Cynthia Halden, Eric Hamilton, Jerry Hamley, Sherron Hansen, Paul Hanson, Sue Harden, Peggy Harris. Ninth Row: Thomas Harris, Nan- cy Harth, Peter Harth, Nancy Hauer, Denise Hauth, Cynthia Heckman, Steven Heldenson, Gor- don Helse, Blaine Hemphill. Tenth Row: Kristine Henson, An- drea Hernandez, Lupe Hernandez, Thomas Higdon, Karen Higgs, Rob ert Hildebrandt, Gay Hill, Kristin Hillman, John Hilton. Eleventh Row: William Hinneberg, Pamela Hodges, Sheila Hoffman, Robyn Holmes, Barbara. Holzem, Candy Horcher, William Horn, Nancy Hourlgan, Kathleen Hruby. Twelfth Row: Robert Huber, Bar- bara Hudec, Donald Huff, Kathleen Hurley, Ernee Hutter, Janet Hynes, James Irmen, Robert Iversen, Kay Jackson. Thirteenth Row: Peter Jacobs, Ly- dia. Jarocki, John Jasnoch, Martha Jasper, Jeffrey Jaster, Jeffrey Jensen, Susan Johanek, Melanie Johnson, Pamela Johnson. 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T.-F--. vw V- -' x fp 5 if 5 5 ifI I I IIIIII X, 93.11-2 , lm Q I , uf if Q? ,,,.v- I Ili! n l ff' v 1 I Y WS IM I lu,,, I ,L ' tl -' H If we .i.,.,, l J., I l . .'.'I ,D pf' I ' , . ' , '4 I I Igor 4 Y I .. jig ll Juniors First Row: Thomas Kindler, Thom- as King, Steven Kiral, Jean Kivla- han, Lynnda Kleiner, Wayne Klein- er, .Kristin Klimek, Wilma Klingen- maxer, Scott Knaack. Second Row: George Knight, Kath- ryn Koclanis, Brad Koerner, Joan Kohler, John Koriath, Cynthia Kort, Jeff Kowalski, Paul Kresge, Jerrilyn Kubin. Third Row: Joyce Kuenstler, Lorne Kuffel, Scott Kunkel, Ruth Kunz, Eve Lacker, Joe La.Lond, Lynda Langdon, Richard Lanzon, Karl Larrison. Fourth Row: Joan Larsen, Debra Larson, Marta Larson, Susan Lar- son, Susan Lasher, Roger Latta, Mark Lazzerlni, Dorothy Lee, Stev- en Leigh. Fifth Row: Sally Leighton, Mary Levecke, Donald Lewan, Ronald Lewan, Deborah Leydlg, Kenneth Lidge, David Llghthall, Mark Lllje- gren, James Lincoln. Sbcth Row: Catherine Lindmark, Deborah Lindsay, Melody Lock- wood, Debbie Loeser, Maureen Long, Steven Lorch, Stephanie Loughran, Gail Lozzi, Susan Lubke, Seventh Row: Gregory Lude, Peter Luedeklng, Donna Luther, Gary McCarter, Marsha McClellan, Betsy McCollum, Pamela McCratic, Meg McDonald, Robert McDonald. Eight Row: Ian McGowan, Patrick McGrath, Jeff McGuire, Kyle Mc- Kay, Richard McKay, Mary Mc- Lean, Therese McLoralne, Susan McNeal, Carl McWherter. Ninth Row: Denise Mack, Alice MacMinn, Mike Mandele, Robert Martens, Ken Massa., Jon Mayher- cy, Carolyn Meister Stanly Men- schlng, Nancy Menz. Tenth Row: Denise Mauser, Charles Meyer, Pamela Meyer, Judith Milew- ski, Denise Miller, Susan Miller, Judi Milner, Dinah Mlnarik, Mi- chael Moffo. Eleventh Raw: Lawrence Molinelll, Kathy Montgomery, Larry Moore, William Moore, Mark Morgan. Pamela Moy, Richard Mrozlk, Stev- en Mrozinskl, Scott. Mudge. Twelfth Row: Karen Munsen, Jo- seph Muran, Steven Mustaln, San- dra Nawrot, Barbara Neckar, Bar- bara Nelson, Marlene Nelson, Mary Neumann, Kristin Newquist. Thirteenth Row: Therese Newsome, William Nicholson, Kerry Nielsen. Daniel Niefann, Arnold Noltlng, Lee Norton, Elisabeth Nowack, Martin O'Brlen, John Ohman. Fourteenth Row: Barbara Olsem, Tom Olsen, Ellen Olson, Katherine Owens, Christine Ozimek, Susan Pace, Susan Palmatier, Michael Pascale, John Passarelll. Class of 1971 First Row: Maureen Pearson, Ka- ren Pecka, Roger Pelletier, .Tanell Petersen, Kim Petrie, Susan Phil lis, Ken Pickett, Constance Piclcrell, Mark Piepenbrinlc. Second Row: Janice Pirtle, Ann Porter, Margo Poulos, Maili Pow- ell, Martha Preisslng, Jerry Proebs- tle, George Purthn., Robert Quigley. Phillip Raclrner. Third Row: Susan Ramsey, Cyn- thia Rapp, Daniel Rapp, Tocl Ras- mussen, Lindsey Reese, Patti Rehm, Susan Reid, Debbie Remei- ka, Gary Rettberg. Fourth Row: Diane Rieder, William Riesing, Susan Romanenghi, Kris- tina Rongner, Michael Rossi, Thom- as Rowe, Shirley Rozdalovsky, Sharon Ruckolclt, Karen Rue. Fifth Row: Nina Rusluli, Dale Ruthenberg, John Sad ecky, Connie Sanderbeck, Jean Santelll, Thomas Sayre, LEl.l1l'EI. Schimmel, Sandra. Schinlcowsky, John Sichnildt. Sixth Row: Henry Schmitz, Claire Schmoyer, Kathryn Schmoyer, Rick Schoell, Linda. Schoepke, Mary Schroeder, Richard Schulte, Robert Schwank, Marla Scofield. Seventh Row: David Scott, John Scott, Nancy Scndder, Cindy Sebes- ta, Jeffrey Selleclc, Richard Serine, Fred Shak, Stephanie Shaw, Mich- ael Sheahen. Eighth Row: Susan Shimer, Patri- cia Shumate, Linda Simon, Leslie Skarra, Craig Smith, Deborah Smith, Joan Smith, Melville Smith, Sheryl Smith. Ninth Row: Thomas Snelten, Cath erine Snyder, Constance Snyder, Di- ane Socha, Nancy Spethmann, Mi- chael Splitt, Ron Sftanley, Dean Stansbury, Bruce Starck. Tenth Row: Steven Starr, Daniel Stauder, Jeffrey Steele, Sally Stage- meyer, Patrice Stein, Wilbcrt Stein- er, Denise Steinman, Charles Stev- ens, Gary Stevens. Eleventh Row: David Stockdale, Harold Stoffel, Deborah Stoker, Lucy Stratos, Gail Stroben, Cheryl Stubbs, Thomas Surge, .Tan Swan- son, Roger Swanson. Twelfth Row: David Syoen, .Tack Taege, Deborah Taylor, Edward Tetrev, Scott Teuber, Pamela Teu- chert, Lois Thielen, Jeff Thieman, Abbe Thiessen. Thirteenth Row: Karen Thompson, Donna Thorsson, Nadine Thrasher, Cory Tihbits, David Timm, Julie Tollefson, Elizabeth Tomie, Cathy Townsend, Patricia Townsend. Fourteenth Row: Shelley Townsend, Tim Trummer, Cathy Turkcan, Larry Turney, Mary Ann Urick, .Tohn Van De Merkt, Nancy Vaneli, John Vaneen, Robert Vlcek. 4- A 1. fir' W ' Eff '- fi C ll"'f'D ' W DW' lk , XX, XQXX XXX qi -X w , Q .Y XL XXXXXXX - if -it f ' i Pi-' A tl -i- e- l Pr' i 'I ' . ,,,,, XX y X ,E H it . 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Ziff' 54,1 i 2 I 7 ,g:jg,L L is ' V L in A , , 'i If-1W L.f ll 'M H W i"j55,, ny : v'-" ' f' If- ,1 " R lj w ,P ' e i W , , li-is -ffl, fi, , ' 'i W y,,jfe',f F11 3 ' 'Fi 1' 4 -X. 5 it ' 11.1, , - -,rail I ix , V lr W9 , e K, f f 3 i i A i t si 1 4 ,F , l l 'l P. i " "r efer 1, , 2 V ' 'M W1 ""' V " ' ' .I -' ' L T-. I l' Nw W' "B" ' 12 ' 1- " ' 'K- -' ii. ' ' . 1 , IQ 15 ' , lf. -,J , Qi i .4 ,i L Xe f ,T QA' spa H ' ,A W ,A i V 1- ii.. Juniors First Row: Sandy Vogeler, Lana Volland, Cynthia Wadzita, Linda Waldbuesser, Beverly Walker, Dean Walker, Katherine Walsh, John Walsh, Michael Walthouse. Second Row: Kathleen Ward, Mar- tin Waxstein, Karen Weber, Patri- cia Weber, Mark Weeg, Stephen Wehmann, David Welde, Terrance Weidner. Mary Beth Weller. Third Row: Ken Wells, Paul Wer- felmann, Linda. Westphal, Kerry Wetton, Susan Whittier, Kathy Wickless, Dorinda Wilkinson, Tre- vor Will, Robert Williams. Fourth Row: Bob Wilson, Robert Wilson, Kathleen Witcher, Robin Witt, Raymond Woss, Barbara Wo- truba., Laura. Wray, Michael Yorke, Donald Zacharias. Fifth Row: Valerie Zachwleja, Ed- win Bakowski, Truett Guthrey, Gregory Krol, Barbara Krysh, Step- hen McAllister, Stephen Moore, Peter Nester, Ronald Weber. Sixth Row: William Wolod. 1... ,,' Sevent ne-That' Class With Class. Ken Massa, Marty Gorman take a breather from the dance floor junior Steph Loughran swings out in traditional ballrooxil fashion and join JoAnne Baschleben and Mitch Higdon for refreshments. showing how everyone can do their own thing at a co e ance 160 M 91:1 M 9-if A Q gan' ww-lt I. ,. ,-:Y W 1 u ff: mi Nl Q X B 1 10 . E 'X Y .J-, 0 ' u A 1 n- v, 5 A, Q95 X.-wx, , . xr- fx 1 ,mv . NX -4: A x is . K Y HN W H N w '11 ' , -, , -, .Rf ,-'db' X13-.ff .W .Alf ,::.,:?:5?A 1' 1 ,E A , . ,.., win ' , 4511. f , V" "9 VM ,QL-.f 1 :53, W 1. gl . ,T ' -. no SOPHOMORE CLASS BOARD Front Row: Jon Deevy, Dennis Stout, Gayle Trulove, Pam Burk- hardt, Kathy McKay, Bart Delaney, Karen McKay, Stacy Weber, Sue Collins, Kim Hansen. Second Row: Anne Lockwood, Kathy Roche, Beth Friese, Mona McClellen, Kathy McHugh, Jim Hef- fernan, Beth Oestmann, Vicki Dellacecca, Pam Patberg, Barb Pamp. Third Row: Ellen Frisbie, Mary Wirka, Margaret Heller, Carol Jernberg, Laura Sivertsen, Ann Gormley, Chris Westphal, ophomores' Second S SOPHOMORE CLASS OFFICERS Front Row: Vice-president Anne Lockwood. Second Row: Presi- dent Tom Nicholson, Treasurer Kathy Roche. Third Row: Sec- retary Carol jernberg. 162 Pam Miller, Lorie Wickstrom, Holly Hansen, Cathy Narup. Fourth Row: Kathy VVood, Terri Townsend, Sue Archibald, Sherry Doyle, Sally Casisdy, Jeanne Hey, Patti Miller, Ginger Loughman, Chris Markstrom, Sharon Luker. Fifth Row: Kathy Reckert, Lee Ann Davidheiser, Anne Woods, Ginny Catlin, Mel Opela, Mike Warns, Debbie Quick, Debby Teuchert, Marge Phillipp, Angela Berry, Laurel YVallner. eason tresses Savings! "N either thunder, nor lightning, nor mud, nor fear of torrential rains could stay the Class of '72 from the swift completion of their responsibilities" or so went the story of their fall money making projects. Working as an active open board during the monsoon fall season, the sophomores sold concessions and spon- sored a coke dance at the September Cardinal-Wild cat football game. Enthusiastically supporting these undertakings, plus helping with the canned food drive, the sopho- more class worked actively to raise money for the junior Prom they will sponsor in 1971. The soph board was guided successfully in all its activities by Spon- sors Mrs. Claney and Mr. Rosenthal. Complete class organization and support were the major goals of the "open" class board of the soph- omores this year. By giving more people an oppor- tunity to serve their class and to become more in- volved in its work, they received more support than possible by member election. Preparing for a busy prom-planning 1970-71, the sophomores were directed by President Tom Nicholson and Vice-president Anne Lockwood. The activities were recorded by Carol Jern- berg and the money managed by Kathy Roche. "We've got spirit-more than you-we are the Class of '72!,' Class of 1972 First Row: Donna Aagaard, Frank- lln Adams, Sarah. Akers, Susan Alexander, William Alexander, An- drea'Amato, Janet Anderson, Jim Anderson, Jean Anderson. Second Row: Peter Anderson, Sue Andresen, Robert Annett, Susan Archibald, Carole Aronson, Debra Ashley, Wendy Aspin, Marlc At- water, June Austin. Third Row: Steve Bach, Jeffrey Baker, Laura Balinski, Dave Bark, Joanne Barker, Scott. Barnett, Ei- leen Barrett, Rhonda Barrett, Gor- don Barse. Fourth Row: Terry Bart, William Barton, Robert Bauer, Karen Ba- yuk, Gordon Beckman, Donna Bee- be, Debra Bell, Janet Benson. Pa- tricia Benson. Flfth Row: John Beresheim, Angela Berry, Kim Bialowski, Thomas Bie- ber, John Blair, Richard Blakeman, Cheryl Bloom, Laurence Bossert, Dawn Bowes. Sixth Row: Donna Boyles, Donald Brady, Craig Bratko, Susan Brau- neis, Gary Braunsreuter, Penny Bremer, Cynthia Bronwell, Rick Bronwell, Nancy Brousseau. Seventh Row: Gary Browark, James Brown. Susan Brown, Edward Bub- litz, Debra Bunn, Beverly Burch, David Burger, Catherine Burke, Pamela Burkhardt. Eighth Row: Suzanne Burkhardt, Ron Burlingame, Susan Caranci, Candice Cardinell, Linda Carl, Philip Carlsen, Mark Carlson, Ed- ward Carpenter, Sally Cassidy. Ninth Row: Virginia Catlin, Don Chambers, John Chapman, Jeffrey Chase, Mark Chidley, Susie Chin, Gail Chodera, Susan Cleary, Mike Cleveland. Tenth Row: Michael Cohan, Albert Coliarmi, Nancy Collins, Susan Collins, Cheryl Colson, Craig Combs, Robert Comer, Cindy Conley, Alan Conrad. Eleventh Row: Frank Constantino, Barbara Conti, Mary' Cook, Stephen Cook, Timothy Cook, Steven Cooper, Frank Corrado, Bill Cournoyer, Gerald Courvolsler. Twelfth Row: Mary Cronin, Linda Cupldro, Carol Dalbke, Tom Dal- compo. Kevin Dalton, Catherine Danker, Lee Davidheiser, Donna Davis, Susan Dawson. Thirteenth Row: Jonathan Deevy, Vicki Dellacecca, Robert Dempsey, Jennifer Dixon, Whitney Dobbertin, Daniel Dobstaff, Lisa Domek, Kat- hy Donahue, Janet Dore. Fourteenth Row: Pauline Dority, Joanne Dougherty, Sherrye Doyle, Patricia Doyle, Tom Dutt,, Con- stance Dwyer, Art Dyer, Cheryl Early, Jeanne Ebert. . '-'ff L. 5 I, 164 .U ,. J J 1 ,A . -L, A o .LS x ful' Y- ewan- , 514: ,... , eu f wav .'l.g.:,-,Q fl! . ill' -4- ,I Fil.: .H an Jr- ,I ,ff v ,, ,,- T 1 1 1 ' 1 wr X aygf? - " 's T-1-.J Pi! 5Y5i 'f-E-ff'f - ' wa:-lb air J li L53 N -.4s.,. ' if 5' ' :wif 'V' E : - X E! , I' l' . , if ll . i , f, . ,, V, -- ,-: I: I 3 '. :f -, ,,-t.. Q-i 1-115-- g glggjgi , 1 4-N ,Q 4-QQ., -fr .-1 43.1323 -af..-.1 , ,. ,f lj, A., Ll ophomores First: Row: Kenneth Edelblute, Lisa Erickson, Janice Esterl, Steve Es trella, Linda Esvang, Robert Es- vang, Laurel Ewert, Kathy Fager- son, Robert Fanning. Second Row: Donna Ferrara, Rita Fiduccia, Charles Fill, Steven Fin- negan, Susan Fisher, Elizabeth Flores, Janet Fluhrer, Nancy Forch, Phyllis Ford. Third Row: Edward Foy. Michael Frieburg, Beth Friese, Ellen Fris- bie, Desiree Frishrnann, Olga Fro- meta, Jacolyn Funk, Nora Furman, Patti Furry. Fourth Row: Dave Gaare, Marga- rite Gaenzle, Linda Ganczak, Den- nis Gauck, Michael Geddis, Becky Geiser, Paul Geissinger, John Gib- bel, Marilyn Gillen. Fifth Row: Ann Gilmore, Donna Glassner, Laura Godzicki, Kathleen Goebbert, Rick Goers, Franz Gol- beck, Donald Gooding, Anne Gorm- ley, Joan Grabow. Sixth Row: Craig Grandt, William Graudt, David Grashorn, Mark Grit'- fin, Robert Grizzell, Patricia Grub, Lani: Gunflry, Davlel Hahn, Jeffery a e. Seventh Row: Ron Hankley, Holly Hansen, Kimberly Hansen, Sally Hansen, Stephen Harms, Lynn Harper, James Hauer, Deborah Heicken, James Heffernan. Eighth Row: Corinne Heidt, Mary Heile, John Heitz, Margaret Hel- ler, William Heller, Thomas Hen- rieks, Ann Hendrichsen, Karen Henson, Janice Hebrst. Ninth Row: Charles Herchline, Joyce Herrmann, Nancy Hess. Jeanne Hey, Mary Hickox, Frank Higgason, Bruce Hill, Ann Hillen- mayer, Steve Hinton. Tenth Row: Robin Hoch, Keith Ho- dor, Karen Hoff, Kevin Hofstad, Brian Hogan, Kenneth Holthusen, Dan Hourigan, Bill Houseknecht. Karen Howe. Eleventh Row: James Huber, Mar- tha Hughes, Rory Hull, Jeff Hun- sicker, David: Huster, Diane Hynes, David Irlbacker, Bruce Isaacson, Linda Isaacson. Twelfth Row: Janet Iversen, Judith Iversen, Scott Jacobsen, Thomas Jarm, Wendy Jenkins, Carol Jern- berg. Diana Jessogne, Jean Jessup, Laurie Johnson. Thirteenth Row: Lynnette Johnson. Pamela, Johnson, Tom Johnstin, Roberta, Judycki. Stephen JUTCO. Dennis Kamps, Andrew Kanouse. Gordon Kaser, John Katovlch. Fourteenth Row: Leslie Kaucher, Diane Kelley, Cheryl Kellogg, Cath- ryn Kelly, John Kelly, Frances Kempistlf, David Kenninger, Scott Kenyon, Margaret Kervick. Class of 1972 First Row: Jamie Kessner, John Kipley, Russ Kirchhoff, Richard Kirstein, Kenneth Kleiner. Paula Knoderer, Keith Knoll, Bob Koehn- ke, Richard Kolari. Second Row: James Kolze, John Kolze, Dale Kornarek, Glenn Kost, Katherine Kowalski, Lida Kreldich, Tona Krall, Linda Kruse, Keith Kubicek. Third Row: Anne Kunze, Joel Kuy- kendall, Gregory Lanzcn, Lori Lar- son, Douglas Law. Jack Legg, Helen Lehman, Edward Leistcr, Dawn Lemar. Fourth Row: Catherine Lentine, Su- san Liljegren, Ruth Linclemann, Ml- chael Lissner, Lisa Livingston, James Locascio, Ann Lockwood, Gary Lockwood, Pamela Logsdon. Fifth Row: Christine Losos, 'Vir- ginia Loughman, John Ludolph, Luann Luehring, Sharon Luker, David Lykken, Gregory Lynch, Jan- ice Lyon, Jake Maas. Sbsth Row: Lisa. Maas, Cornelius MacCarthy, Jim Machas, William Mackey, Todd Main, Judith Mait- land, Michael Mangan, Chris Mark- strom, Christopher Marszalek. Seventh Row: Terry Matinson, Wal- ter Maun, Laurie McCallum, Mona McClellan, Paul McE1hose, James McGrath, Sharon McGrath, Kathy McHugh, Kathleen McKay. Eighth Row: Karen McKay, Ter- rence McLaugh1in, Nancy McMillan, Dan McVey, Deanne Meacham, Paula Mechling, Bonnie Menschlng, Elizabeth Merryweather, .T anis Meyer. Ninth Row: Judith Mlchalski, Wil- liam Michalson, Donna Miller, James Miller, Pamela Miller, Pa- tricia Miller, Dave Mills, Dorothy Mitchel, Michael Mitchel. Tenth Row: Mary Mock, Susan Moon, Elizabeth Moore, Dana Mor ken, Eliot Morris, Linda. Moyer, Cheryl Mudge, Deeclrick Munro, Pamela Murphy. Eleventh Row: Mike Muslch, Ann Nakutny, Cathy Narup, Scott. Nel- son, Mary Newsome, Thomas Ni- cholson, Kathy Nickol, Leanne Niell, Mark Niemczyk. Twelfth Row: Tom Noerenberg, Craig Noland, David Nordyke, Vic kie Oas, Elizabeth Oestmann, Kath- leen Olsson, Pat O'Nea1, Melissa Opela, Terry Irmsbee. Thirteenth Row: Frank Paarfus- ser, Susan Padgitt, David Page, Barbara Pa:-np, Amy Parchrnann, Pamela Parise. Robert Parks, Jan- ice Parvln, Linda Pascale. Fuurtwnth Row: Pamela Patberg, John Patterson, Oliver Peale, Kat- hy Pearce, Rita Pearson, Linda Peckham, Lorraine Pedersen, Anna Pelland, Paul Pennings. -.rs x r YW' Ai. . 2,-ly, " ' P F - , ' ' f. gf--, . ' X 'ire-51315 .1 sf' 1 N 1 l ' I 15, if ff , aaa W 4 A N Y - -E J . V--by , I e P ,Ji V ll 536 Y 7:3 Q l 1 Y 'QI-'i 'C C J ' - fl' s A C in Lf: url: f. Ag: EN , -. - , aj ll 2 ll tellin I V ' 'Fil J' ' it e 1 -fle klf - l il? J , srl , If l l ,YH ,- - -vase 1 l ' X ' l fviph f-:- ,I -:ff K I ..LfF.aan,f, ilu, f..4.,, . 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' .lil f 'L 165 4 Class of 1972 First Row: William Peter, Ken Peters, David Petersen, Laurie Peterson, Clark. Petrie, David Pet rovski, Roxanne Petrucci, Marjorie Phillipp, Harry Pickrell. Second Row: Maureen Plper, Ter rence Platt, Alan Plaza, Mary Ann Pliska,, Timothy Pogalz, Andrea Polites, Richard Porowski, Michael Prafke, Mark Prentiss. Third Row: Judy Prochaska, Julie Przebieda, Deborah Quick, Gregory Quid, Barbara Raitt. Michael Rallo, John Ramsey, Kathy Reckert, Mel- anie Reed. Fourth Row: Bryn Reese, Kristin Reeves, Carol Regione, Brian Rei- der, Sally Reinhardt, Carol Rich- ards, Lynn Robertson, Kathy Roche, Larry Roovaart. Fifth Row: Linda Ross, Jon Rowa- der, Nancy Rudin, Suzanne Ruff, Patricia Rusch, Colleen Ryan, Scott Ryan, Sheryl Ryckaert, Lenore Rypkema. . I Sixth Row: Steve Sadllcki, Tim Sands, Mary Santelli, Steven Sasal, Milan Savich, Kenneth Sawusch, John Sbertoll, Linda Sbertoli, Bar- bara Schaefer. Seventh Row: Suzanne Schaefer, David Shclott, Carole Schnur, Mar- garet Schreiber, Hildy Seevers, Jef- frey, Seller, Victoria Sevilla., Lloyd Sexton, Barbara Sherman. Eighth Row: Denise Sherman, April Siegfried, Nancy Simon, Laura Si- vertsen, Donna Skogland, Edward Skolnik, Ludovik Sknorvanek, John Slezak, Troy Slinkard. Ninth Row: Suzanne Small, Gail Smith, Maurita. Smith, Paula, Smith, Steve Smith, Terry Smith, Michael Sorensen, Tom Spaeth, Laurie Spencer. Tenth Row: Marie Splitt, Alice Spoerlein, Elizabeth Stanczak, Pa- tricia Stebbins, Meryl Lee Steele, Scott Steingraber, Karen Stephens, Jim S-toll, Dennis Stout. Eleventh Row: Robert Stubing, Peter Stull, Claudia. Sublette, Janet Sundeen, Rick Sundquist, Richard Swisher, Bill Tarchala, Joe Temko, Deborah Teuchert. 'Twlefth Row: Kevin Thal, Deborah Thalrnan, Margaret Thelander, Deb- ra Thielen, Joy Thomas, Gail Thompson, Brian Thornton, Ray Thorsen, Marcia Tindall. Thirteenth Row: Mark Toberman, Eric Tollefson, Deborah Tonnesen, Michael TODD, Terri Townsend, Emadene Travers, Terry Tremblay, Gayle Trulove, Claudia Turner. Fourteenth Row: Nancy Urban, Scott Vandellen, .Toy Vandy, Nora Vasquez, Fred Vogt, Gary Voight, Kim Vellendurf, Ralph Von Ger- hard, Alan Wagner. S 11 - ll 'V Q- nf L E" ' - 1'7" "gl op omores 4 V ,X e , ll . . 4 e ll, D Xl - X. X -,X 'C ' " -ripe ? W' if - A- - i' ,,, ' ' ,767 I V ' a"i' 1 A' ' ' First Row: Cynthia Wagner, Laura 5 - r fl I E.r.4X,,,X, X' . X Xl . 1 Y 'X V- K X63 XP Wagner, 'Richard Wagner, Brian 'll' , T' 5 , 4' -." Q ' " ,fi E5 V, ' Walker, Margaret Wall, Laurel X ,, '. , ' - ,J ,ffm ' -,'- X lag X. Al': ff SJW . , " XX , je' XX ll' Wallner, Pamela Walsh, Carol .V -,gig 3, , ." , 21, l . , 'Q' X,,,,,,,,., Walsh, Kimberly Ward. .Q .' ' , Vi P .- 7 I , lf, XX., ,U X 47 X X - XQA- l ,,, X, lg ,l A-gXX ,X H, ? N H X 1 ....... X - ' ' i . -1- l i e .sv-f -2 'If' ' fl . -- Second Row: Nancy Warnecke, Mi- X X ' ""' , i 'Ki ,f . "3 'Q ' W V' -- I N "' 7' .X ,Q chael Warns, Greory Watland, San- JH 1 l X ' , X' '.X r T ' 7 l X'f"" 5, ? Xi V X' L H ara Weber, Bono Weber, Ann Web- ,Xi .. X X X V -, - l. . - -f A X- ' 'Fi,,X X ll. X X , I er, S-tacia. Weber, David Wehmann, HV- . - J' ' , . I - ' lffjg ,-X XX , nl, Y X, -- l Sharon Wellhausen. l ' -X , ,X -X ' gf -ll-L, X X XXX' XX Y - : F ,X ' ., , . 55- Q grip. W l. l. X A CX l. X - nXi1ll1l,wXjlglL M X Jigs X Qi ,- iw,,,,lllXXXXX3XX,XXX .,.. X XLXX. . V ------,ear H.-+511 .fl ':TT: ' ff' 15 ---Q , 7? . + L' -, :rlilfa now: Doug Wells, Bill wel- -- - T ' ' Vs 'wg - . .Q e W --J ',X ton, Mvarry Wenzel, Igsirk Werking, '-'-"1 . X ' . , 'nf M ' '- , l ,Y A 1 X, , l , Barry erner, Carol arner, Chris- 2 X, ' . A X ', " 'Tl V- ' - XX , :ji j 1: e AX XX X ' .' f , X ,, , l l tlne Westpnal, Marcia Westphal, -' V , 1 XB,- June Wheaton. , J' " , ' XX Xl- QW! l'l- XX -" X ,' A XX 1 X E0 ,X X 'J , X, ., .- AX - X . X -N AXX, X XX, , I f -V. ' A-1 , - ' -1 ' . l Q - 4-we- ' f . - X' . e' if -'I I .Era ,gl Y f.fZ,..- . L . V V-I HHH yo' -- '- t A- - - -N - :W -+0 -' - XF ,X 115-ft se.--f' 'V Vi? . X ll., H 1-122,955 ' 5 'gl l W4-9 Fourth Row: Robert Wheaton, ' X' i "1 XA, 'H' 1 N Lf V 1 V LX- ., Lynne Wheeler, David White, Stev- Q , ,. X 1 ij, Xl ' f .pta - -. Q X ,, ' . .1 en Wlckless, Susan Wickless, Lorie , . ' i ef, e ' i L . X T1 X X Xj fg, VX - ,Sy w Wickstrom, Richard Wiegel, Peggy - , lj 1' ' -mf. ,-3 X ., -, , -X, 'EJ X -1-E j Wilbins, Timothy VVi1l. X 5, f XX XX , X l 4 , XJ, - X , X ,gl . - ' fallow' -' 71- 5" ll ' 'l' el , " ' if E. -flggsil-'1fl',." r i " '- . - :-e ' XB-ir Z- X ,-"" -,J --X iX X X: X 1 X Ll , . 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' 114 L.- ., :- 'N"':1 ,V V Vg nf ,, ' ,' Lak r 'Fad ,JG ii A F""'Si K...- UL gk,-:ILE FROSH CLASS BOARD Front Row: Ray Hollenbach, Adrienne Rudy, Sue Lockwood, Peggy Stoker, Carol Moon, Lenore Ramsaier, Bonnie Prellberg. Second Row: Khris Shuman, Kim Arnoux, Mollie Schimmel, Barb Dickenson, Donna Jernberg, Laurie Glander, Tammy Mat- tix, Pattie Ryan. Third Row: Sandy Gabler, Brian Deevy, Carol Luker, Pam A. Meyer, Carol Kamps, Margaret Manos, Tom Gray, Gary Leydig, Janet Haeger. Fourth Row: Mary Snyder, Class f '7 akes A l FRESH MAN CLASS OFFICERS Front Row: Secretary Judy Nielsen, President Brian Deevy. Sec- ond Row: Treasurer Tom Gray, Vice-president Scott Stains. Risann Taylor, Tammy Betters, Jean Rightmire, Terry Trum- mer, Carol Haldeman, Sharon Rypkema, Jill D'Angelo, Cindy Wilson, Dale Halsall. Fifth Row: Joyce Conway, Barb Cording, Sheree Gilbert, Laureen Bohn, Steve Smith, Geoff Rieder, Judy Nielsen, Jody Petersen, Pam Moritz. Sixth Row: Mary Lou Shanley, Jean Soderstrom, Jane Dickinson, Gary Knight, Scott Stains, Alan Lukhaub, Nancy Mayes, Lynn Schultz, Kathy Black- berg, Heather Dobbins. Turnabout To Progress September's first few weeks were confusing ones for freshmen at Arlington. As the Class of 1973 ad- justed to a strange new life, the members began mak- ing plans for their class board. The freshmen held elections in October after a heated campaign which involved a great number of candidates. The victors were President Brian Deevy, Vice-president Scott Stains, Secretary Judy Nielsen, and Treasurer Tom Gray. The Board's purpose was to involve students in self-government and to help them learn to work to- gether as a group. To this end, the Freshman Class Board met monthly with its sponsors, Mr. Dorn and Miss Mueller. 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Arias, Thomas Arnold, Kim- berly Arnoux, Craig Aspln. Third Row: David Auge, Mary Bach Michael Baker, Karol Ballou, Diane Bang, Deborah Bark, Cath- ryn Barkulis, Ann Barna, James Barrett. Fourth Row: Margaret Barry, Debra Bauer, Kris Baumgart, Dawn Bays, Barbara Beebe, Marianne Bellino, Susan Benoit, Julle Berggren, Leon- ard Bergstrom. Fifth Row: Gregory Berry, David Bertz, Tamara Betters, John Bieber, Thomas Bierma., John Bird, Wil- liam Bird, Diane Birnng, Kathy Blackberg. Sixth Row: William Blockl, Robert Blomquist, Wendy Bloom, Bruce Boeck, Laureen Bohn, Mary Louise Boldan, James Borgelt, Jody Bor- man, Kelley Susan Brady. Seventh Row: Stephanie Brand, Jeffrey Brauer, Janet Broadfoot, Betsy Brogan, Barbara Brown, Barry Brown, Nicholas Brown, Ter- ry Brown, Dawn Bruhnke. Eighth Row: Maureen Brunker, Robert Brunner, Christine Bucking- ham, Robert Bunn, William Bun- nelle, Cynthia Bunting, Linda Marie Burda, Michael Jay Burk, Candace Burkett. Ninth Row: John Burkhardt, Carol Burlingame, Robert Burra, Linda Butow, Colleen Carmean, David Car- penter Suzanne Carter, Carmel Cassidy, Mark Cataland. Tenth Row: Susan Catlin, Mary Cerwin, Mary A. Christensen, Mary L. Christensen, Denise Cimlnera, Roger Ciszon, Leeanne Clarbour, James Clark, Steven Clarke. Eleventh Row: Richard Clausing, Richard Clemans, Brian Cohan, Mary Joan Cole, Colleen Coleman, Gail Colianni, Susan Comly, Nancy Condon, Robert Conklin. Twelfth Row: Randy Conner, Cathy Connor, Suzanne Conti, Joyce Con- way, Alan Cook, Barbara Cording. Dale Corfman, Gregory Coste, George Crawford. Thirteenth Row: Pamela Creamer, Deborah Crocco, Thomas Cronin, Daniel Cunningham, Pamela Cur- ran, Patricia Dabbert, Jan Dacze- witz, Randall Dady, Stephen Dal- ley. Fourteentth Row: John Dalton, Wendy Daly, Jill D'Angelo, Karen Daughtry, Thomas Davies, Kurt Davis, Elizabeth Dean, Brian Dee- vy, Nick Deglorgio. Class of 1973 Pilnt Row Mary Degrazia Je Lune Delster Dean Dellacecca Mary Dempsey Jeanne D0tW61lEf Cyn tlna Dial Bar 'Dara Diclcmson Jane Dzcklnson John Dnllon 'second Row Jeff Dztman Patr1c1a Dmxon Heather Dobbms Marv Dob staff Eva Domell Marzlyn Donath Mary Dougherty Robert Draut Catherme Drazba Tlurd Rem Renee Drolet Terese Duro Diane Dustman Lou Dutton Catherxne Ebel Thomas Eggert Thomas Elmsek Lynnelle Fngle Peggy Enrxght Fourth Row Judy Esvang Stacy fvans Edward Evensen Douglas 4verhart Damel Extxom Jamce Paltz Daniel Farrell Mary Fellner Catheune Ferrarxo Fifth Rrm Roberta Fxduccia Don ald Fmnbach Elame 1"1sher Davxd 1'lt7pa.tr1ck Douglas Ford Mark Foleman David Foster Steven Fxankovlc Wlendy Dantz Sixth Ron Davrd Jenklns Thomas Jackson Barbara Jacltlon Karen Isaacs Charles Howes James Horst Nancy Horn Thomas Holub Douglas Holt QPVPIIHI Row Rlcharcl Holmes Les ley Holmes Ray Hollcnbach Susan Hinton Jeff Hmneberg Kxm I-Illl Kenneth Herrmann Donald Her rlck Edward Herman Flghth Row Raymond Herman Cynthia Herdrich Peter Hendlieks Stephen Heller Margie Helzer Wayne H6152 Davul I-Ielnz Iwlnth Ron Gerald Henusoth Ray mond Hexrlenson Julze Hazucha Mary Hathaway Neil Hasefan Debra Harvey Kalen Hall? Thom as Hartnett Davld Hartman tenth Row Robert Harth William Harris Stephen I-Iarrxs Peter Har per, Susan Hanson Karen Hanson Wendy Hansen Rex Hansen Mary Ellen Hansen Eleventh Row Pamela Fuchs Bn an Gaare Sandra. Gablel Mary Ga. brielsen Pamela Gerac1 Deborah Gerfy Lmda Gerler Bzuce Gerleve, Wayne Geyer Twelfth Row Noralee Gihler Sheree Gllbelt Ellzabeth Gunllel Laurle Glancler Tun Gllsson James Glue ckelt John Golbeck Stmlra Grass muck Earl G-ray Thirteenth Row Wllliam Greeley Gary Greseth Douglas Grewe qally Grewe John Grlffln John Grxffith Kenneth Guzzell Gary Gronlund, Natalle Guentner Fourteenth Row Joan Hampton Donald Hammond Cathy I-Iam mock Dale Halsall Carol Halde man Mary Hahn Janet Haeger, Teresa Haas Patrzck Gullfoxl 'Ui 'Q as .4 4- E, vs... il fx for 'Q 911 -. fv-V EHR' ,a..J..L..l ee esiiilu. 'E Q - UW T "-'f e 'p r i ' ' ' ' 2 V .' l 1 ,l 'K ' . ' ,"l31,"1"" , 1 , 1, ' Tir! , ' ' ' 'A' " " 'l , X . ' X , X 1 X ha i W X,r:.1.t'll 'Q - P- ,M C - 2, : i ' L -. 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Fourth Row: Mary Klimek, Karen Knaack, Gary Knight, Margaret Knight, Ellen Koch, Robin Koehler, Scott Koeneke, Paul Kolze, William Kounanls. Fifth Row: Nancy Kouzmanoff. Deborah Kranz, David Kublk, Rich- ard Kuhl, Robert Kunkel, Thomas Kurzka, Charles Lambert, Martin Landwehr, Stephen Langerock. Sixth Row: Mark Nacel, Kenneth Myers, Beth Myers, Douglas Myer, Sean Murphy, Michael Murphy, Karen Murdock, Cynthia Muran, Pamela Munson. Seventh Row: Sandra Mueller, Ma.- rina Mueller, Paul Mrozlnskl, Val- erie Moser, Robert Morton, Pamela Moritz, Carol Moon, Linda Moody, Lawrence Moderhack. Eighth Row: Terrence Mitchell, Loiel Mlrs, Dennis Miresse, Edward Minarlk, James Mills, Rex Miller, Richard Miller, Lori Mil1er,, Harold Miller. , , Ninth Row: Donald Miley, Pamela Meyer, Dean Meyer, James Merkel, Linda Mercer, Linda Mele, Karen Meinhardt, Teresa Meeklns, James McWherter. Tenth Row: Barbara McNeal, Thomas McMillan, Maureen McLo- raine, Kevin McLaughlin, Scott Mc- Kay, Thomas McHugh, Craig Mc- Dougall, Mark McC1endon, Sheila McCarthy. :,-A Eleventh Row: Marjorie McCarter, Lynn McCalllster, Nancy Mayes, Tamara Mattlx, Sally Max-um, Nan- cy Martinson, Gayle Martin, Mark Mantwell, Margaret Manos. Twelfth Bow: Anthony Mamo, Pat- rick Maitland, Nancy Mainlero, Nancy Maher, Joanne Macminn, David Mack, Bruce Lyon, Joni Lynk, Darla Lykken. 'lihlrteenth Row: Linda Lussman, Carol Luker, Joseph Luhan, Kar- leen Loughran, Susan Lockwood, Lucille Lindmark, Joanne Llndblad, Elizabeth Liddell, Gary Leydlg. Fouteenth Row: Glenn Lewin, Bruce Lenhardt, Cheryl Lenahan, Chrls Lekan, Edward Leighton, Randall Lechelt, Walter Laster, Judith Lash- er, James Lanigan. Freshmen First Row: Elizabeth Neas, Gregory Nelson, Michael Nichols, Judith Nielsen, Michael Niemczylc, Dan Niemeyer, Michael Nitch, Douglas Noland, John Norton. Second Row: Mary Nowack, James Nystrom, Daniel O'Connell, Glenn Pace, Michael Page, Jeffery Pal- mer, Nancy Parks, Janet Pascale, Thomas Patterson. Third Row: David Paulsen, Timo- thy Paulsen, Michael Pautz, Neil Pearson, Kathy Pengilly, Raymond Perkins, Bonnie Peters, Jody Peter- sen, Gary Philo. Fourth Row: Lynn Pierre, Deborah Pilip, Gary Pinoras, Pamela Pitts, Dale Plant. Roberta Plant, Steven Pliska., Susan Polewko, Stephen Pollard. Fifth Row: James Porowslri, Mark Preissing, Bonnie Prellberg, Sandy Price, Mark Pusateri, Lenore Ram- saier, John Ramsey, Jay Rasmus- sen, Audrey Rateike. Sixth Row: Kenneth Ravazzolo, Gloria Reese, Lucy Reinhard, Mi- chael Reitmeyer, Nancy Reltmeyer, Linda Retten, Jane Rezner, Thomas Rice, Jeanne Richards. Seventh Row: Mark Rickerson, Geoffrey Rleder, Jean Rightmire, Karla Rindal, Steven Ringel, Chris- topher Rintz, Larry Roberts, Don- ald Rodig, Jeanne Rodseth. Eighth Row: Scott Rowader, Rob- ert Rowan, Jo Royer, Adrienne Rudy, Lawrence Ruff, Janet Rum- gay, Patricia Ryan, Sharon Rypke- ma, Ronald St. John. Ninth Row: Clarke Sanders, Bar- bara Saxton, Carol Scanlan, Joy Schaad, Janae Schafer, Steven Shcaefer, Lawrence scheck, Nancy Schell, Mollie Schimmel. Tenth Row: Susan Schinkowsky, Donald Schlatterer, William Schmid, Rich Schowengerdt, Jeffrey Schra muk, L y n n Schultz, Barbara Schwartz, Susan Scudder, Greg Sea- man. Eleventh Row: Cindy Selan, Steven Sengson, Bonnie Senne, Diane Sen- ten, Linda Sepp, Thomas Sergey, Debra Sevilla, Glen Shaffer, Mary Shanley. Twelfth Row: Kevin Seahen, Geof- frey Shervey, Gregory Shields, Jay Short, William Shotwell, Kristin Shuman, Janett Sieferman, Jeffery Simon, Lynn Simon. Thirteenth Row: Robert Skolnik, Judith Slezak, Steven Sluka., Step- hen Smith, Susan Kaye Smith, Mark Snyder, Mary Snyder, Jean Soclerstrorn, Catherine Solger. 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Sixth Row: Robert Walters, Robert Wlarcl, Robert Warnecke, Robert Waxstein, Melissa Webb, Anita Weber, Donald Weber, Scott Weber, Steven Weber. Seventh Row: Vickie Weidner, Hel- en Weidner, Timothy Weiler, Todd Wendorf, Sharon Whiting, Michael Wickless, Kevin Wieclerhold, Karen Wiegle, Brian Williams. Eighth Row: Linda Wilke, Cyn- thia Wilson, Christie Windheim, Richard Wilson, Chris Winters, James Wojkiewicz, Creston Woods, Theresa Woods, Nancy Wotruba. Ninth Row: Mary Wright, Lisa. Wuestenfelrl, Jeffrey Wnlbecker, Alice Yarno,,B1'uce Yarno, Mayjean Yee, Leeann Yelavich, Dominique Young, Joan Zachwieja. Tenth Rmv: Janet Zaker, Kathleen Zaucha, Pamela Zeller, Jill Zimanzl, Lorraine Berg, David Fahrion, Gregg Hauptly, Susan Kessenitch, Cynthia. Koerber. Eleventh Row: Alan Lukhallbf Claudia Ostermann, Stephen Peifer. Stephen Willcox. FU Whiia visions of sugar-Plum: -B, flannel In Uwe-1' I Q 1 . ? at he y Zia 1 "Be quiet . . . she's asleep," whispers freshman Mary Snyder to a hushed Tom Gray Qabovej as they observe the solitude that only a sleeping child could present. Pam Moritz friglztj delights in a calorie-laden, yummy-in-the-tummy chocolate cupcake dur- ing annual Triple "S"-sponsored 'fat-fest' affectionately known as Christmas Dinner. Freshmen- vereoming The Urdeal Of Change .I ' ,y n 4' V ,fi ,Q , 9-sis- 'll' t ' IAQ'-'?l"r-R.. in -.NL S LL I W, ll First on a list of memories for Diane Sentin fabovej and Mike Pace will be their experiences as homecoming pages. Mary Now- ack frightj and Mr. Pink agree that sketches express thoughts. A 175 '70 Heights-U s Downs Are . . . And that's exactly what editor-in- chief Pat Givens and her staff hope will happen when the Heights is in the buyers' hands. HEIGHTS HOUR STAFF Lindsey Barton A Pam Bigford Jim Burke Nancee Dalley Colleen Guilfoil Jana Holt AFTER SCHOOL STAFF jan Cochran Jeff Eggleston Steph Loughran Judy Milewski 176 Cyn Dee Kort Sue Pace Betsy Rossi Cindy Sebesta Jane Whitriell Marcia Patterson Marjorie Phillipp John Pollitz, Photography Kris Rongner 1970 Heights entered a new de- cade. It focused on the unknown seventies and on precious captured moments from the past year. But this "once and future" book could not have been produced without the cooperation, aid, and perserver- ance of many. Sincere thanks goes to Mr. Robert Boesel for providing the essential support the staff needed. Appreciation is also ex- ut f ight tended to Mr. David Wulf of UPI fo rthe startling division page pic- tures: Mr. Larry Wells and Mr. Norman Semmelroth for engrav- ingg and Mr. David McConnell for printing. 1970 Heights was shaped almost entirely by its editor, Pat Givens. She is thanked for her dedicated, sleepless, long hours of strenuous work toward an extraordinary end. "Happiness is a good book and a place to rest," thinks John Pol- litz fabovej after an exhausting afternoon unloading yearbooks. "Tl1at's what I've been trying to tell you all year!" claims Mr: Boesel fbelozuj as he admires the apron given to him by the staff. 88-89 A "A" CLUB ............... - .......... .... . . 82 Aagaard, Donna J. C27 ...,..., .... 1 63 Aagaaro, Paula M. C47 . .............,. 99 Ahajian, James R. C27 ------- .--.---- - Abel, Glenn L. C37 ............ 78, 156 Adam, Jeffrey K- C37 -----A------ 155 Adamini, Karen R. C37 ........ 89, 156 Adamini, Mary J. C17 ............ 170 Adams, Franklin C27 ..,...... 98. 163 Adams, Elizabeth C47 ---. ..,. 1 07. 133 Adams, John A. C17 ------------ 56. 170 ADltIl2N'IS1'R.ATION ..... . ...... 11-4-115 Agnes, Dennis R. C47 ............ 148 Aguirre, Richard S. C17 ........ 170 Ahnquist, Karen C37 ........ 108,153 1 Akers, Salah C27 ------------- ---- 1 53 Aleshire, Tanja A. C17 .... ..... 1 70 Alexander, Frank C37 .... ..... 1 56 Alexander, Susan C27 ........ ..... 1 63 Alexander, William C27 .... ..... 1 63 Alm, Deborah C37 ......... .... 1 56 Aim, James C47 .......... ..... 1 33 Alm, Lynda R. C47 ..... ..,. 1 33 Almblad, Janet C37 ................ 156 Almdale, James C. C17 .--.-.--.--- 170 Almdale, Jeffery C. C17 .... 67, 170 Almdale, Joan C37 ........ 61, 105, 156 Alterini, Gail M. C17 .---.----. .----4 1 70 Amato, Andrea L. C27 ........ 101, 163 Anderson, Donald J. C17 ........ 170 Anderson, Marjorie S. C17 ........ 169 Anderson, Anita C47 ................ 133 Anderson, Betsy C47 ................. 111 Anderson, Carl J. C47 ........ 13, 20, 22, 46, 55, 82, 133, 153 Anderson, Carmen .. ......,.........--.... 94 Anderson, Carol J. C17 ........ 61, 170 Anderson, Janet L. C27 -. ......,... 163 Anderson, Janice L. C47 .... 133, 157 Anderson, Jean M. C27 -.----.----- 163 Anderson, Jim R. C27 ....... ..... 7 9, 163 Anderson, Keith R. C37 ........ 68, 74, 107, 156 Anderson, Mary E. C47 -------- 89. Anderson, Patrick J. C37 ........ 156 Anderson, Peter D. C27 ........ 55, 84, 163 Anderson, Rachel M. C17 ....,... 170 Andresen, Sue C27 .... 61, 71, 163 Andresen, Jeanne M. C17 ............ Andrew, Gregory D. C17 ........ 170 Anfenson, Mark P. C17 -------..--- 170 Angeloff, Carla A. C47 ........ 133, 157 Angeloff, Linda M. C37 .... 18, Armen, Cheryl D. C17 ............ 170 Annen, Craig N. C27 ...... . .....,... 156 Annett, Robert C27 ........ 65, 107, 163 Archibald, Diane P. C47 .... 132, 148 Archibald, Susan L. C27 .... 162, 163 Argust, David D. C47 72, 82, 133 Arias, Vicenta. C17 .,.............. .... 1 70 Armour, Richard M. C47 .... 38, 3.96 Armstrong, Debbie A. C27 ........ 169 Arnold, Thomas R. C17 ---.-.------ 170 Arnoux, Kimberly C. C17 61, 95, 169, 170 Aronson, Carole J. C27 .... 163, 169 ART CLUB .................................... 104 Ashley, Debra C27 ...W ............. . 163 Aspm, craig R. C17 ........ 109, 170 Aspin, Wendy 'L. C27 .,,,............ 168 ASTRONOMY CLUB ....... .. ....... 98 Atkins, Janet T. C47 ........ 103, Atwater, Mark A. C27 ........ 56, 163 Audette, Nancy J. C47 .... 88, 89, 133 Auge, Barbra L. C47 .... 107, 153 Auge, David E. C17 .... 50, 107, 170 Austin, June E. C27 .... 61, 92, 163 Auxier, Michael C47 ........ 133, 157 A. V. CLUB ................................ 100 B Bach, Kathleen C37 ................,.. . 156 Bach, Mary E. C17 ...........,.... 170 Bach, Steve R. C27 .... 116, 163, 172 Baer, Rob C47 ......,, 8, 36, 37, 48, 49, 74, 82, 85, 110, 132, 133, 152 Baird, Heather E. C47 ............... . 148 Bakas, Steven J. C47 ........ 32, 128, 133, 157 Baker, Jeffrey A. C27 ........ 113, 163, 1 9 Baker, Michael W. C17 ..... . ...... 170 Baker, Scott G. C37 ............ 156, 179 Bakowski, Edwin C. C37 ........ 160 Balinski, Laura. C27 ..,............. 163 Balinski, Theresa C47 ..... . .... 133 Ballack, Roberta C37 ..... .... 1 56 Ballon, Karol L. C17 ..... ..... 1 70 BAND ............................... .... 1 07 Bang, Diane E. C17 ...... . ..,. 170 Index Bukowski, Patricia C37 . ........... 156 Bukowski, Peter R. C47 .,...,.. 134 Bunn, Debra L. C27 ........ 60, 92, 93, 110, 163 Bunn, Robert R. C17 .............,.. 170 Bunnelle, Mary A. C47 ........ 57, 132, - 148 Bunnelle, Paul A. C37 .,.......... 156 Bunnelle, William H. C17 ........ 170 Bunting, Cynthia A. C17 ........ 84, 170 Burch, Beverly C27 ........ 93, 112, 163 Burch, Christine A. C47 .........,.. 134 Bunda, Linda M. C17 ................ 170 Burger, David C27 ........................ 163 Burger, Linnea C37 ........ 71, 156 Burget, Wayne E. C47 ..... ...,,... ........,.. Burk, Debra J. C37 ....... ........ ,.... 8 9 Burk, Michael J. C17 ................ 170 Burke, Catherine E. C27 ............ 163 Burke James, C47 ........ 55, 103, 134 Burke, Michael V. C37 ........ 73, 156 Burke, Penelope A. C37 ............ 99 Burkett, Blake R. C47 ............ 150 Burkett, Candace C17 ........ 81, 170 Burkitt, Jean C47 ........................ 150 Burkhardt, John A. C17 ........ 56, 170 Burkhardt, Mary Jo C37 .. .......... 156 Burkhardt, Pamela J. C27 . ....... 61, 92, 112, 162, 163 Burkhardt, Suzanne C27 ............ 163 Burkitt, Jean M. C47 .................... Burling, Jeff A. C27 ................ 167 Burlingame, Carol A. C17 ........ 61, 92, 170 Burlingame, Ron T. C27 ........ 110, 163 Burra, Nancy L. C47 ....... .............. Burra, Robert C17 .................... 170 Buschart, William D. C37 ................ Butler, Lynne D. C47 ................ 134 Butler, Scott A. C47 ........ 14, 15, 34, Banie, James Kenneth C47 133, 157 Banle, Laura Kay C27 ............ 169 Banko, Dianne K. C47 ........ 57, 71, 94, 148 Banta, Charles D. C37 .. .......... 156 Bark, Dave A. C27 ......... ..... 1 63 Bark, Deborah L. C17 ................ 170 Barker, Nancy A. C17 .................... Barker, Joanne M. C27 ........ 90, 163, 169 Barkulis, Cathryn A. C17 ............ 170 Barna, Ann M. C17 ................ 170 Barna, Esther L. C37 ........ 101, 156 Barnett, Scott A. C27 ........ 15, 59, 163 Barody, Margaret C37 ..... ..... 1 56 Barrett, Deborah C37 ..... . ..... 156 Barrett, Eileen C17 .......... .... 9 3 Barrett, James J. C17 ................ 170 Barrett, Rhonda M. C27 ........ 90, 163, 172 Barrett, Scott C27 ........................ 58 Barrett, Tom D. C47 ........... 1 ....... Barry, Margaret J. C17 ........ 60, 91, 170 Barry, Patrick C37 ........ 129, 163 Barse, Gordon Gary C27 ............ 163 Bart, Terry W. C27 .................... 167 Bartels, Donna L. C47 ........ 89, 111, 133, 157 Bartlk, Kathleen Ann C37 .... 99, 156 Barton, Cynthia G. C37 ..-.-....-.- 156 Barton, Lindsey C. C47 ........ 8, 81, 86, 148 Barton, William R. C27 ............ 167 Bashleben, Jerry C47 ................ 133 Baschleben, JoAnn C37 ........ 156, 160 BASEBALL ....... .. ........... 40, '78, '79 BASKETBALL ............ 28, 29, 68, 69 Bauer, Debra D. C17 ........ 60, 91, 170 Bauer, Randolph P. C47 ........ 133. 157, 161 Bauer, Robert S. C27 . ............... 167 Bauler, Nancy T. C37 .... 95, 111, 156 Baumgart, Kris A. C17 ....... ..... 1 70 Baumgartner, Nancy C37 .... .... 8 4, 155. 156 Bauske, Brooks Webs C37 ........ 156 Bayert, Nancy J. C37 ............ 156 Bays, Dawn M. C17 ........ ..... 1 70 Bayuk, Karen L. C27 ................ 167 Bebber, Thomas W. C37 ----..-- 156 Becker, Donald C37 .... .... . .. .... . 156 Belkman, Barb J. C37 .... . .... 156 Beckman, Gordon W. C27 ............ 167 Bednarz, Carol J. C37 ........ 60, 156 Beebe, Barbra L. C17 ............ 170 Beebe, Donna M. C27 ........ 100, 105, 167 Behrle, Diane L. C37 .... ......... 1 56 Bell, Debra J. C27 . ........... ..... 1 67 Bellino, Marianne C17 ................ 170 Bellito, Thomas H. C47 ........ 133 Bengsten, Paul C. C47 . ....... 133 Benisek, Robert E. C47 ............ 150 Benoit, Susan L. C17 ................ 170 Bensinger, Marcia C37 ....... ...... 1 56 Benson, Janet A. C27 ................ 167 Benson, Patricia A. C27 ............ 167 Bereshelm, John C. C27 .... .... 1 07, 163 Berge, Ola Loraine C37 .................... Berggren, Julie K. C17 ............ 170 Bergstrom, Laura A. C47 ........ 57, 92, 132, 133 Bergstrom, Leonard C17 ............ 170 Bergstrom, William S. C47 ........ 89, 133 Berry, Angela J. C27 ........ 110, 162, 163 Berry, Gregory W. C17 ........ 59, 170 Bertz, David J. C17 . ......... ...... 1 70 Betters, Tamara J. C17 ........ 169, 170 Bialkowski, Gary E. C47 ..... .... 9 9 Bialowski, Kim T. C27 ..... 163 Bieber, George F. C37 ................ 156 Bieber, Joanne M. C47 ........ 133 Bieber, John F. C17 .................... 170 Bieber, Thomas C27 ................ 163 Bierma, Thomas J. C17 ........ 56, 170 Bigford, Pamela L. C47 ........ 7, 71, 85, 87, 88, 94, 133 BIOLOGY CLUB ............... 1 ...... 1... 98 Bird, Anthony C47 .............. ....... 9 9 Bird, Carolann M. C37 ..... .... 1 56 Bird, John M. C17 ......... .... 1 70 Bird, William D. C17 ..... . ....... 170 Birong, Diane M. C17 ................ 170 Bittner, Bruce M. C37 ........ 55, 96, 156 Blackberg, Kathy A. C17 ...,.... 94, 169, 170 Blair, John G. C27 . ........... ........ 1 63 Blakeman, Richard C. C27 ........ 163 Blocki, Linda Jane C37 ............ 156 Blocki, William G. C17 ....... . 56, 170 Bloom, Cheryl L. C27 ..... ..... 1 63 Blomquist, Brent C47 .... ......... 9 9 Blomquist, Cristine C47 ........ 103, 132, 133 Blomquist, Robert D. C17 ............ 170 Bloom, Wendy S. C17 ....... .. ....... 170 Bloss, Diane M. C37 ................ 156 Bluhm, Patrick Alan C47 ...... .. 134 Blum, Marshall K. C37 ............ 156 Blum, Robert C. C37 ........ 91, 156 Boeck, Bruce E. C17 ................ 170 Boehler, Jeffrey A. C47 ............ 134 Bohn, Laureen M. C17 ........ 169, 170 Bohn, Steve C27 .................. .. 69, 78 Bokelmann, James R. C47 ........ 40, 78, 82, 134 Boldan, Mary Louise C17 ........... . 170 Boice, Bradford C37 .................... 156 Bolduc, Gail H. C37 .................... 156 Bond, George B. C47 ........ 89, 134 Boobyer, Michele C27 ............. 167 Borgett, James R. C17 ........ 91, 170 Borman, Jody M. C17 ............ 170 Borgerd, Gary J. C17 ............................ Bossert, Laurence A. C27 ........ 163 Bossung, Larry A. C37 ........ 66, 156 Bouffard, Deborah C47 ........ 134 Bouffard, Teddy C27 ........... .........,.,.. Boulos, Gary A. C37 .................... 156 Bowen, Marjorie J. C47 .... -.. 57, 91, 111, 148 Bowes, Dawn E. C27 .. .............. 163 Boyd, Barbara C47 ...... . ............. 134 Boylan, John M. C47 ........ 26, 27, 66, 134 Boyles, Donna S. C27 ........ 107, 163 Boyles, Richard H. C47 ..... 134, 157 Bracke, Terry C47 ............... .............. Brady, Donald R. C27 ................ 163 Brady, Kelley Susan C17 ............ 170 Brand, Stephanie M. C17 ............ 170 Brandt, Richard C37 ........ ..... 1 56 Brask, David A. C37 .... ..... 6 4, 156 Bratko, Craig M. C27 ........ 56, 73, 163 Bratko, Garrett C47 ........ 34, 55, 68, 72, 82. 137 Brauer, Jeffrey D. C17 ........ 59, 170 Brauneis, Susan M. C27 ........ 93. 163 Braunsreuter, H. Gary C27 ........ 67, 163 Bremer, Charles C47 ........ 99, 134 Bremer, Penny M. C27 ............ 163 Brennan, Frank R. C47 ............ 150 Brennan, Thomas P. C37 ........ 156 Bressler, Barbara L. C47 ........ 134 Brex, Richard E. C47 ........ 99, 134 Brice, John P. C27 ........ 116, 169 BRIDGE CLUB ........... ............. 9 7 Brink, Donna M. C47 ................ 150 Briscoe, Karen E. C37 ........ 112, 156 Broadfoot, James M. C37 . ....... 156 Broadfoot, Janet E. C17 ........ 170 Broderick, Janet L. C37 ........ 18, 60, 156 Broderick Kevin C47 ........... 1... 134 Broclnan, John M. C37 ................ 28, 29, 68, 69, 78, 156 Brogan, Betsy A. C17 ................ 170 Brogdon, Stephen N. C37 ........ 66, 156 Bronwell, Cynthia L. C27 ............ 163 Bronwell, Rick W. C27 ........ 110, 163 Brooke, Debbie E. C27 .... .... 9 0, 169 Brooks, Roy C. C37 ........ 79, 156 Brousseau, Nancy A. C27 ...... .. 163 Brousseau, Pat M. C47 ........ 26, 66, 82, 150 Brouwer, Diane M. C47 ............ 134 Browack, Gary J. C27 ............ 163 Brown, Barbara A. C17 ........ 170 Brown, Barry W. C17 ........ 67, 170 Brown, Gail A. C37 ..... ........ 1 56 Brown, James K. C47 ................ 134 Brown, James W. C27 ........ 56, 163 Brown, Kathleen A. C47 ............ 134 Brown, Larry R. C47 ..............,. 134 Brown, Nicholas K. C17 ................ Brown, Rebecca S. C37 ..............,. 156 Brown, Susan K. C27 .1 ......... 163 Brown, Terry A. C17 ........ 56, 109 Bruhnke, Dawn E. C17 ............ 170 Bruhnke, Scott R. C37 .... ........ 1 56 Bruner, Debra A. C47 ...... 71, 134, 151 Brunker, Maureen H. C17 ........ 91, 170 Brunner, Robert D. C17 ........ 67, 170 Bruscato, Bruce C47 ,...,.., ......,.,,.,,,,,.,,, Bublitz, Edward G. C27 1 .......... 163 Bublitz, James A. C47 ........ 8, 134 Buckingham, Christine C17 ........ 170 Buckingham, Lynn M. C37 ........ 156 Buckingham, Scott D. C47 ........ 134 Buckingham, Thomas A. C37 .... 89, 156 Buechner, Michael D. C47 ........ 134 35, 58, 72, 82, 134 Butow, Linda L. C17 ................ 170 C Cadle, Kevin R. C37 .. .............. 156 Cahill, Lori L. C37 ........ 57, 156 Callahan, Maureen K. C47 .... 57, 134 Camastro, Donnajo T. C37 ........ 156 Campbell, Kathy A. C137 ........ 60, 156 Caranci, Susan M. C27 ........ 92, 107, 163 CARDETTES ............... . .... ao, 31, 71 CARDIN AL ...,. ....,. ,. .,,,,,,,,,,,,,, Cardinell, Candice E. C27 .. ...... 163 Carl, Linda S. C27 ........ Carlsen, Bruce G. C37 'iiiif 27, 163 75, 107, 155, 156 Carlsen, Philip B. C27 . ....... 75, 106, 107, 163 Carlson, Christine L. C47 ........ 134 Carlson, Mark R. C27 ........ 56, 163 Carmean, Colleen M. C17 ..... 60, 91, 170 Carncross, Steven C37 . ........... 156 Carpenter, David P. C17 ........ 170 Carpenter, Edward F. C27 .... 56, 163 Carpenter, Kathleen C37 ....... 1... 156 Carroll, Thomas L. C37 .... 55, 78, 156 Carstens, Paula D. C37 ........ 57, 155, 156 Carter, Frank C37 ,,,,,,,,,,,,,.,, 58, 156 Carter, Suzanne M. C17 ............ 170 Casavant, Howard E. C37 ........ 156 Cassidy, Carmel J. C17 ........ 61, 170 Cassidy. Sally A. C27 . ....... 92, 162, 163 C2-SSidY. Sheila C47 ......... . ....... 148 Catland, Mark D. C17 .... ..... 1 70 Catlin, Susan C17 ............ . ....... . 170 Catlin, Virginia M. C27 ........ 81, 84, 162, 163 Cervino, Mecha C47 ........ 32, 132, 135, 154 Cerwin. M0-ry C17 ........ 60, 91, 170 Chalifoux, Daniel C47 ,,,,. ,,,,,,,,,,, 1 50 Chambers, Don W. C27 ....,... 55, 79, 163 ChaPma11. Ge01'ge S. C47 ....... . 95, 150 Chapman, John H. C27 ........ 73, 92, 100, 163 Chase. Jeffrey P. C27 ....... . 56, 79, 163 Chase, Steven S. C37 ,,,, ,,,, 5 5, 73, 156 Chidley, Mark A. C27 .,..,,,, 35, 73 163 CHEERLEADING ..... .... 8 0, 81 CHESS CLUB .......... ..,,.,,,., 9 5 Chin, Eddie C37 155 177 Chin, Susie C21 ........ 61, 94, 103, 163 Chodera, Gail M. C21 ........ 71, 163 Creamer, Debra A. C11 ...... Christensen, Joan K. C31 ........ 156, 157 Christensen, Mary A. C11 ........ 91, 170 Christensen, Mary L. C11 ........ 170 CHRISTDIAS BALL ,.,,........,,,..,,, 20 CHORALIERS ............................ 109 Ciminera, Denise E. C11 ..,..... 60, 91, 170 Cisewski, Louwanne M. C41 ........ 99, 135 Ciszon, Roger C. C11 . .,.........,... 170 Clarbour, Leeanne C11 ...,........ 170 Clark, Bruce T. C31 .. ...... 55, 156 Clark, Candace L. C31 . ........... 156 Clark, James E. C11 .........,.. .... 1 70 Clark, Krsitin B. C41 ........ 19, 80, 135 Clarke, Anne Marie C31 .... ..... 1 56 Clarke, Bobette C41 ........,.,.,,..,,., 148 Clarke, Michael J. C31 ........ 109, 111, 156 Clarke, Steven C11 ............ 59, 170 Clarkson, Cheryl L. C31 ......., 92, 155, 156 Clausing, Marianne S. C41 ........ 84, 135 Clausing, Richard V. C11 ........ 56, 170 Cleary, Stephen D. C41 ........ 46, 103, 135 Cleary, Susan E- C21 ................ 163 Clemans, Richard L. C11 ............ 170 Clemmons, Karla A. C21 ........ 100, 163 Cleveland, Mike P. C21 ........ 55, 69, 73, 163 Cochran, Janet K. C41 ........ 30, 57, 71, 86, 88, 132, 135 Cochran, William A. C31 ............ 156 Coddington, Paul A. C41 ........ 107, 135 Coffin, Richard B. C21 ........ 116 129, 169 Cohan, Brian J. C11 .,...,.. 56, 170 Cohan, Mike H. C21 ........ 59. 79, 163 Colamatteo, James V. C41 ............,. - Colamatteo, Theresa C11 .... ..............,. Cole, Mary Joan C11 ..........,. 105, 170 Colemano, Colleen M. C11 ........ 60, 170 Colianni, Albert J. C21 . ....... 72, 163 Coliannl, Gail S. C11 ....,.....,......... 170 Collins, Judith Gail C41 ........ 8, 9, 11, 80, 84, 148, 152 Collins, Nancy E. C21 ................ 163 Collins, Susan J. C21 ........ 81, 162, 163 Colson, Carla. C31 ........................ 156 Colson, Cheryl L. C21 ............ 163 Combs, Craig L. C21 ....,... 67, 79, 107, 163 Combs, Jeanne C31 ........ 95, 106, 156 Comer, Robert A. C21 ........ 56, 163 Comly, Susan J. C11 ........ 106, 170 Condon, Nancy C. C11 ........ 93, 170 Conklin, Brian C431 ................ 156 Conklin, Robert S. C11 ....... . 56, 170 Conley, Cindy A. C21 ............ 163 Conley, Michael C31 .....,... ........ 1 56 Conner, Randy C11 .. ...... 107, 170 Connor, Cathy V. C11 ............ 170 Connor, Sharon C31 ........ 99, 156 Conrad, Alan K. C21 ...,. 67, 107, 163 Conroy, Susan C31 ..................... 156 Constantine, Frank C21 ........ 163 Conti, Barbara A. C21 ..,..... 61, 71, 163 Conti, Suzanne C11 ..... ,..,.. ...... 1 7 0 Conway, Joyce C11 ,,.. .... 6 1, 93, 169, 170 Conway, Thomas E. C41 ........ 135 Cook, Alan C11 ........................ 170 Cook, John F. C41 . ....... 108, 111, 135 Cook, Mary A. C21 ........ 92, 163 Cook, Sharon L. C41 ..,............. 8, 135 Cook, Stephen W. C21 ........ 106, 1075 16 Cook, Steven R. C41 ........ 99, 135 Cook, Rick C11 ............................ 65 Cook, Timothy R. C21 ............ 163 COOKS ............................................ 117 Cooper, Steven J. C21 ........ 56, 106, 163, 167 Corbett, Richard G. C21 ........ 167 Cording, Barbara C11 ........ 169, 170 Cording, Janet C31 ........ 106, 107, 156 Corfman, Dana L. C41 . ............ 135 Corfman, Dale C11 ........ 67, 107, 170 Coronets . ...... ..................... 3 0, 31, '71 Corrado, Frank R. C21 ........ 56, 163 Corts, Caryn C31 ............ 71, 156 Corwin, Martha L. C41 ........ 148 Coste, Gregory C11 ..... ............... 1 70 Cournoyer, Bill H. C21 ............. 10 Courvolsier, Gerald C21 ........ 67, 163 Cowden, James M. C41 ................ Cranci, Sue C11 .................... 107, 169 Crawford, George C21 ............ 170 Crawford, George P. C11 ..... 178 Creamer, Pamela C11 ................ 170 Crocco, Deborah L. C11 ............ 170 Cronin, Mary Lee C21 ........ 81, 93, 163, 168 Cronin, Thomas N. C11 ...,........ 170 CROSS COUNTRY ........ 14, 15, 58, 50 Cryer, Catherine C31 ................ 156 Csepp, Kathleen C31 ,...,..,,.,,.. A ,,,,, 156 Culberson, Carol J. C41 ........ 20, 108, 135 Cullen, Deborah C31 ................ 156 Cunningham, Daniel C11 ........ 56, 170 Cunningham, Peggy C31 ........ 156 Curran, Pamela S. C11 ........ 92, 170 Curtin, Catherine M. C41 ........ 148 Curtin, John R. C41 .......... .. 14, 35, 58, 72, 82, 135 CUSTODIANS ....................,,,., ,..,.. . 117 Cushing, Cathey C31 ............ 95, 156 Cuzzort, Glenn Su C41 ............ 135 Czerney, Lynne C31 ....... .... 1 56 D Dabbert, Nancy A. C41 ............ 135 Dabbert, Patricia C11 ...... ...... 1 70 Daczewitz, Jan C11 .......... ...... 1 70 Dady, Randall C11 ..........,.,..,.... 170 Dalbke, Carol C. C21 ............ 61, 163 Dalbke, Gary R. C41 ........ 103, 135 Dal Compo, Frank C31 ..............,. 156 Dal Compo, Tom S. C21 .. ...... 163 Dale, Janice M. C41 ...,............,....... Dalley, Nancee C31 ........ '41, 86. 87, 153, 155 Dalley, Stephen C11 ............ 56, 170 Dalton, Denise L. C41 ....,....... 150 Dalton, John C11 ..............,.... . .... 170 Daly, John C31 ...- .......... ............. 1 56 Daly, Wendy A. C11 ....... ..... 6 1, 170 D'Angelo, Jill C11 ........ 81, 84, 169, 170 D'A.ngelo, Michael C31 ........ 55, 73, 156 Danes, Deborah A. C41 .... .... 9 9 Danker, Catherine E. C21 ........ 163 Darmofal, Norbert C31 ........ 55, 156 Dattllo, Gregory C31 ....,..,.... 66, 156 Daube, Larry W. C41 ............ 97, 135 Daughtry, Russell C31 ........ 106, 107, 110, 156 Daughtry, Karen C11 ................ 170 Davidheiser, Lee A. C21 ........ 92, 112, 162, 163 Davies, Thomas A. C11 ............ 170 Davis, Cynthia C31 .................... 156 Davis, Donna M. C21 .... ...... ...... 1 6 3 Davis, James C31 ........... 1 ........... 156 Davis, Kurt R. C11 ................ 56, 170 Davis, Linda G. C41 .,.......................... Davison, Nina G. C31 . ..... . ..,.. . 156 Dawson, Susan E. C21 ........ 107, 163 Dean, Elizabeth C11 ........ 71, 170 Dean, Patricia A. C41 ........ 88, 103, 135 Dearen, Denise A. C41 ........ 71, 135 DEBATE ........................................ 91 Deehring, Lesley C. C41 ........ 108, 135 Deevy, Brian C11 ......,. 56, 84, 1696 17 Deevy, Jon C21 ........ 75, 84, 162, 163 Deger, Mary C31 ...- ........... 86, 156 Deglorgio, Nick C11 .................... 170 Degrazia, Mary C. C11 ............ 171 Deister Jeanne A. C11 ........... . 171 DeJoy, Sheryl J. C41 ................ 135 Delaney, Bart J. C21 ........ 55, 68, 162 Delaney, Richard C41 ........ 46, 135 Dellacecca, Dean C11 ............ 65, 171 Dellacecca, Vicki R. C21 ........ 92, 162, 163 Dempsey, Mary K. C11 .... .... 1 71 Dempsey, Robert E. C21 ............ 163 Denslmore, Patrick C21 ............ 167 Denismore, Tim C11 ...... ...... 5 5, 103 Depew, James C31 ................ 55, 156 Denslmone, Donald C31 ................ 156 Detweiler, Jeanne C11 .....,.......... 171 Devault, Susan C41 ................ 99, 150 Dewall, Nancy Jean C31 ............ 156 DeWitt, Will C31 ................ 73, 156 Dexter, Joyce L. C41 ............ 135 Dezonna., Michael C41 ........ 8, 12, 55, 82, 135 Dial, Cynthia. C11 ........................ 171 Dickinson, Barbara C11 ........ Dickinson, Jane C11 ........ 169, 171 Dickinson, Joan C31 . ....... 71, 155, 156 Dickinson, Robert C31 ................ 156 Dleters, Janette C31 ........ 112, 156 Dillon, Charles C31 ..... 55, 78, 84 156 Dillon, John C11 ................ 67, 171 DISTRIBUTIVE EDUCATION 99 Dlttman, Jeff C11 .....................,.. 171 Dittman, John C41 .................... 135 DIVERSIFIED OOCUPATIONS 99 Dixon, Jennifer C21 ..,..... 82, 90, 105, 112, 163 Dixon, Patricia C11 ............ 91 171 Dixon, Timothy C31 ....... ......... f 156 Dobbertin Sharon 4 C J .... ....... ..... Dobbertlnf Whitney C21 ........... Dobbins, Heather C11 . ...... . Dobstaff, Daniel C21 ........ 135 . 163 169, 171 107, 163 171 Dobstaff, Mary L. C11 ................ Dolinajec, Kathy C41 .... ..... .... 1 3 6 Domek, Eva C. C11 ..... ........ 1 71 Domek, Lisa M. C21 .................... 163 Donahue, Kathy C21 ........ 61, 163 Donath, Marilyn J. C11 ............ 171 Donchess, Charles C31 ........ 55, 69, 156 Doppke, Deborah A. C31 ............ 156 Dore, Janet L. C21 .........,,...,,.... 163 Dority, Mary Beth C31 ................ 156 Dority, Pauline A. C21 ........ 92, 112, 163 Dorius, Jay C. C21 ............ 93, 169 Doubek, Ronald C41 ........ 40, 78, 136 Dougherty, Joanne C21 ........ 92, 163 Dougherty, Mary J. C11 ........ 171 Douglas, Scott G. C31 ........ 13, 23, 41, 55, 73, 82, 84, 156, 161 Doyle, Mary K. C41 85, 106, 136 Doyle, Pat C21 ........ 61, 106, 163 Doyle, Joella C31 ........ 105, 156 Doyle, Sharon C31 ....... ..... .... 1 0 6, 156 Doyle, Sherrye L. C21 ........ 162, 163 Drake, Elizabeth C41 ........ 136, 157 Draut, Danette C41 .................... 99 Draut, Robert J. C11 ................ 171 Draut, Timothy R. C31 .... ..... 1 56 Drazba, Catherine C11 ..... 171 Dreger, Candi J. C11 .... Drolet, Renee T. C11 ..... ..... 1 71 Duelend, Melinda C31 ..... ..... 1 56 Duenn, Al E. C31 ......... . ......... Dunn, Colleen C41 ...... ..... 1 48 Duro, Jerry A. C31 .................... 157 Duro, Terese D. C11 .............. .. 171 Dustman, Diane C11 ........ 61, 100, 171 Dutt, Nancy J. C41 ................ 136 Dutt, Tom J. C21 ........ 107, 163 Dutton, David C. C41 ................ 136 Dutton, Lori A. C11 ................ 171 Dwyer, Constance M. C21 ........ 163 Dwyer, George C. C41 ........ 99, 148 Dye, George F. C31 ........ 58, 64, 82, 92, 157 Dyer, Art D. C21 ............ 56, 163 E Early, Cheryl L. C21 ................ 163 Early, Elyse M. C41 ................ 136 Ebel, Catherine A. C11 ............ 171 Ebert, Jeanne C21 . ....... 92, 107, 163 Edelblute, Kenneth C21 ............ 164 Eells, Earl C31 ........................ 157 Eggert, James G. C31 .... .... 1 57 Eggert, Thomas M. C11 ........ 56, 171 Eggleston, Jeffrey C31' ........ 86, 157 Ehlers, Kristine A. C41 ........ 96, 136 Elenz, Mark Alan C31 ........ 157 Ellasek, Thomas L. C11 106, 171 Ellertson, Kevin D. C41 ........ 13, 55, 82, 136 Elliott, Treacy T. C41 ........ 78, 136 Ellis, Donald D. C41 ........ ................. Ellis, Mike T. C31 ......... ........ 1 57 Elsberg, Gene G. C31 ........ 69, 78, 155, 157 Eisner. Richard C. C31 -------- 55, 68, 82, 157 Elwart, Steven P. C31 ........ 92, 106, 107, 157 Engle, Lynnelle A. C11 .... 61, 171 Engelking, Glen A. C41 ....... 1 ............... Enright, Peggy M. C11 ............ 171 Erbaeh, Sally A. C31 ...... .. 112, 157 E1-be, Keven L. C41 ............ 95, 148 E1-d, Diane C31 ............,........... 99, 157 Erickson, Lisa M. C21 . .... ....... 1 64 Erickson, Rick J. C41 ........ 78, 103, 136 Erman, Jim C31 ..... .--.....----..--.---,-, 9 9 Ernst, John James C31 ............ 89 Esterl, Janice A. C21 ........ 91, 164 Estrella, Steve A. C21 ..... 164 Esvaug, Judy A. C11 ..............-- 171 Esvang, Linda F. C21 ........ 105, 164 Esvang, Robert L. C21 ............ 164 Evans, Stacy S. C11 ................ 171 Evensen, Edward C. C11 ...... .. 56. 171 Everhart, Douglas L. C11 ........ 56, 107, 171 Ewalt, John D. C41 ............ 136 Ewert, Laurel R. C21 ........ 94, 164 Extrom, Daniel M. C11 ........ 56, 171 F FACULTY ............................ 118-130 Fagerson, Kathy G. C21 -----,------ 154 Fahrion, David C. C11 ............ 174 Faltz, Janice A. C11 ........ 92, 171 FALI, PLAY ,,,.,,,,.,,.... .. ........... .... 1 6 Fanning, Robert T. C21 f------- 1641 Farrell, Daniel J. C11 ...-.... 56, 171 Fellner, Mary T. C11 . ------'---- 171 Fenlacikl, Jonathan C41 ............ 136 Ferrara, Donna J. C21 ............ 164 Ferrario, Catherine C11 ........ 61, 171 Ferrario, Christine C41 ........ 61, 103, 132, 136, 154 FSITY, Leslie A. C31 ........ 157, 161 Fichter, Timothy W. C41 ........ 96, 103, 16 Fiduccla, Rita C21 .............. .... ...... 1 6 4 Fiduccia, Roberta. L. C11 ,,,,.,,, 171 Fiduccia, Scott A. C31 ........ 99, 157 Fill, Charles W. C21 .-........ .. 79, 164 Fill, Ellen C. C31 ................ 155, 157 Finnegan, Steven K. C21 ........ 164 Firnbach, Donald R. C11 ............ 171 Fischer, Randy N. C31 ........ 55, 108, I 111, 157 Fisher, Elaine B, C11 ........ 106, 171 Fisher, Susan E. C21 ..........,. 164 Fitzpatrick, David C11 ............ 171 Fitzpatrick, James C21 ,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,, Fitzpatrick, John J', C31 ,,,,,,,,,,,, 157 Fitzpatrick, Timothy C41 ,,..,,,,, 136 Flodln, Marcia A. C31 ........ 61, 157 Flodin, Melinda C41 ........ 57, 132, 148 Flora, Denise C41 ............ ......... 1 48 Flores, Elizabeth C21 .... . ,,,,, 164 Fluhrer, Janet A. C21 .,...,,,,,,,,,,, 164 FOIBN, Kell C31 .............. .......... 1 10 FOOTBALL ........ 12, 13, 54, 55, 56 Fondrie, Joanne E. C31 ,,,,,.,..,,, 157 Forch, Nancy A. C21 ........ 105, 164 Ford, D0U8las W. C11 ............ 171 Ford, Karen C21 ........ ,... .................... Ford, Michael D. C31 ........ 111, 157 Ford, Michael Lee C31 ............ 157 Ford, Phyllis J. C21 ........ 61, 106, 107, 164 Foreman, Dennis C. C31 ........ 55, 69, 78, 157 Foreman, Mark A. C11 ............ 171 Foss, David C41 .......................... 136 Foster, David L. C11 ..,.,,.,,,,, 97, 171 Fournelle, Donna L. C31 ........ 112, 155, 157 Foy, Edward C21 ........ 41, 164 Fey, Terrence G. C41 ................ 54, 55 Frank, Roger R. C31 ........ 99, 157 Frankovic, Candice C31 ........ 96, 104, 148, 154 Frankovic, Steven J. C11 .... 56, 171 Franks, Pamela M. C31 ..... 157 Frantz, Kurt S. C31 ........ 108, 111, 157 Frantz, Wendy E. C11 ............ 171 Franzese, Ann C41 .. ...... 109, 111, 136 Freeman, Gail P. C31 ................ 158 Freeman, Michael C41 ............ 136 FRENCH CLUB ............... ...... ....... 92 FRESIIJKIAN BOYS' ENSEDIBLE 109 FRESHIMAN CLASS BOARD .169 FRESIDIAN GIRLS' CHORUS 112 Frieburg, John C41 ............ 99, 136 Frleburg, Michael E. C21 ........ 164 Frlese, Beth M. C21 ........ 92, 162, 164 Frigo, Frances C41 ........... ..... 9 9, 136 Frisbie, Ellen M. C21 ........ 84, 92, 162, 164 Frisbie, Thomas C41 ......,......... 107 Frischmann, Desiree C21 ........ 92, 164 Frometa, Joseph C41 ................ 136 Frorneta, Olga M. C21 ....... . 94, 105, 164 Frossard, Jean C. C31 ................ 157 Fuchs, Pamela K. C11 ............ 171 Fuller, Douglas J. C31 .. ...... 111, 157 Funk, Jacolyn R. C21 ............ 164 Furlong, Nita J. C31 ............ 157 Furman, Michael C31 ...... 157 Furman, Nora C21 ....... ...... 1 64 Furry, Patti L. C21 ..... . 164 FUTURE TEACHERS ...... ....... 1 C14 FUTURE NURSES ....... . ..... 105 G Gaare, Brian K. C11 .... ......... 1 71 Gaare, Dave A. C21 ....... ......... 1 64 Gaare, Kathleen C41 ............ 57, 148 Gabler, John C. C31 ................ 55 Gabler, Ruth C41 ................ 57, 136 Gabler, Sandra J. C11 ....-... 93, 169, 171 Gabrielsen, Mary E. C11 ...... .. 171 Gaenzle, Edwin C41 .................... 150 Gaenzle, Margarite C21 ............ 164 Ganczak, Linda A. C21 ........ 164 Gardner, Jerry C41 .................... 136 Garland, Karen S. C31 ............ 157 Garms, John C41 ........ 55, 78, 136 Garms, Michael A. C31 ........ 78, 157 Gauck, Dennis J. C21 . ........... 164 Geddls, Michael T. C21 ............ 164 Gehrig, Cristine C41 ........ 19, 106, 107, 136 Geiser, Becky L. C21 ........ 61, 92, 112, 164 Geisler, Cheryl R. C11 ....... 1 ..............- Geissinger, Jeri B .C31 ..... ........ 1 57 Geissinger, Paul H. C21 .........-.. 164 Genevlch, Roy C31 ................ 55, 157 Genisio, Diane L. C31 ........--.- 157 Genisio, Verne C41 .................... 136 Geracl, Pamela A. C11 ..... .... 1 71 Gerfy, Deborah L. C11 ..... .... 1 71 Gerler, Linda C. C11 ...... .... 1 71 Gerleve, Bruce G. C13 . ..... .... . . GERVINIAN 'BAND ..... ......... GER-MAN CLUB .......... ........... Geyer, Lawrence C43 .,,..... 40, Geyer, Wayne B. C13 ..............,. Gibbel, Greg Sf. C33 . ....... 74, Gibbel, John A. C23 ........ 67, Gibler, Nora Lee C13 ...... .......... Gilbert., Sheree L. C13 ........ 92, Gilfillan, Joyce C33 .........,..,, ..... . Gillen, Elizabetll A. C33 .....,...,.. 171 106 93 77, 137 171 157 105, 164 171 169, 171 157 157 Gillen, Marilyn M. C23 ............ 164 Gillig, Mike Lee C23 ............................ Gilmore, Ann M. C23 .....,.. 61, 164 Gilmour, Linda C43 ......,.,........... 137 Gimbel, Edward C43 .........,,,........ 137 Gimbel, Elizabeth A. C13 ........ 111 GIRLS' GLEE ....... .. ..............,.... 112 GIRLS' RECREATION ASSOCIATION ........................ 61 Givens, Patricia A. C43 ............ 87 132, 137 176 Givens, Robert R. C23 ........ 59, 75, 167 Glander, Jean Ellen C33 ..,...,. 61, 92, 157 Glancler, Laurie S. C13 .,...... 92, 169, 171 Glaser, Connie K. C33 ......,.,.,...,. 157 Glaser, James K. C33 ............ 157 Glassner, Donna. L. C23 ...,.... 164 Glisson, Tim R. C13 ........ 32, 168, 171 Glomski, Deborah C33 ........,.,..... 157 Glueckert, James L. C13 ........ 56, 111 Godwin, Laurie C33 ........ 110, 137 Godziclii, Laura J. C23 ............ 164 Godzicki, Raymond P. C33 ........ 157 Goebbert, Kathleen C23 ............ 164 Goebbcrt, Suzanne C33 ............ 157 Goedke, Brian R. C33 .. ...... 100, 157 Goers, Rick G. C23 ................ 164 Golbeck, Bernard J. C33 ............ 157 Golbeck, Franz C23 ........ 67, 96, 164 Golbeck, John L. C13 ........ 67, 171 GOLF ........................ 38, 39, '76, '77 Gong, James C33 ........................ 157 Goooing, Donald T. C23 ............ 164 Gorman, Martha C. C33 ........ 157, 160 Gormley Anne K. C23 ........ 106, 162, 164 Grabow, Joan L. C23 ........ 105, 164 GRADUATION ........ ........ 4 8, 49, 50 Graf, Marta C33 ...- ................... 157 Graham, Mike J. C33 ........ 55, 73, 157 Graham, Peggay Jo C33 ........ 110, 157 Grandt, Craig R. C23 ..,..... 96, 164 Grandt, David C43 ...,.... 99, 137 Grandt, 31Vi1liam R. C23 ........ 69, 164 Grashorn, Ann C., C33 ........ 155, 157 Grashorn, David W. C23 .....,.. 59, 164. Grassmuck, Sandra. C13 ........ 171 Gary, Earl T. C13 ...... 84, 109, 169, 171, 175 Gray, Lynn A. C33 ............ 71, 155, 157 Greeley, Paula C43 ........,.... ,,.. 1 37 Greeley, Wiilliam F. Q15 ..... .... 1 71 Green, Robert C43 ............. .... 1 37 Greene, Paul C43 ......,.....,. 137 Greseth, Gary L. C13 ......... ,... 1 71 Grewe Douglas W. C13 ..... ..., 1 71 Grewe, Sally L. C13 ...... 171 Grey, Daniel C43 ..,......,.... ,.,.. 1 37 Griffin, John F. C13 ...... ......,.. 1 71 Griffin, Mark J. C23 ................ 164 Griffith, Elizabeth Q35 ........ 71, 92, 106, 155, 157 Griffith, John W. C13 .....,l......... 171 Grizzell, Kenneth J. C13 ........... 171 Grizzell, Robert B. C23 ............ 164 Grob, Patricia E. C23 ........ 94, 164 Grob, Peggy A. C33 ...,.... 33, 59, 107, 157 Grom, John A. C33 ......,......... 157 Gronlund, Alan C43 ,....,...,..,,,,.... 137 Gronlund, Gary E. C13 .....,...... 171 Guenther, Natalie C13 ,,,,.,,.,,....., 171 Guenther, Valerie C43 .,,,, ......,,,., 1 37 Guiifoil, Colleen C43 ........ S, 9, 71, 84, 86, 88, 132, 148 Guilioil, Gail C33 ........ 19, 80, 84, 157, 161 Guilfoil, Patrick, C13 ...,..,...,. 59, 171 Gunclry, Jane E.' Q25 ...........,.... 164 Gundry, Paul W. C33 ........ 96, 157 Guthrey, Truett C33 ........ 111, 160 GYMNASTICS ........ 26, 27, 66, 67 H Haas, Michele M. C33 ..... . 157 Haas, Teresa K. C13 ..,..,,,....,,,, 171 Hacker, Marilyn C43 ,.,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 137 Hadley Michael C13 ,,,..... 13, 54 . 72, 82, 148 Haeger, Janet L. C13 ........ 169, 171 Haeger, Martha, A. C33 ........ 89, 92, 155, 156 Haeger, Martin A. C33 ........ 91, 157 I-Iagy. S. Scott Q35 ....... .......... 1 57 Hahn, Daniel F. C23 ........ . 164 Hahn, Mary J. C13 ............ 61, 171 Hahn, Nicholas C43 ...,.... 64, 106, 137 Haire, Jeffrey H. Q25 ........ 77, 164 Haire, Kathleen C43 .................... 137 Haldemau, Carol J. C13 ........ 84, 169, 171 Halclcman, Edward J. C33 ........ 155, 157 Halek, Fred C43 .......... ....... . 78 Hails, Donna M. C43 ...... .......... 1 48 Halsall, Betsy C43 ......,...,.,....,..,,.. 137 Halsall, Dale S. C13 ........ 169, 171 Hamilton, Eric R. C33 ........ 75, 90, , 155, 157 91 Hamilton, Meredith C43 ............ Hamley, Jerry R. C33 . ..... .. 97, Hammock, Cathy A. C13 ............ 137 157 171 Hammond, Donald E. C13 ........ 171 Hampton, Jean M. C13 ............ 171 Hanlrley, Ron C. C23 ............ 164 Hansen, Holly B. Q25 ........ 162, 164 Hansen, Kimberly A. C23 ........ 162, 164 Hansen, Mary Ellen C33 ........ 171 Hansen, Rex B. C33 ............ 65, 171 Hansen, Sally C23 ...,.,..,.,,..........., 164 Hansen, Sherron C33 ,.,... ....,...... 1 57 Hansen, Wendy S. C13 ........ 81, 171 Hanson, Karen E. C13 ................ 171 Hanson, Paul J. C33 ........ 58, 72, 157 Hanson, Susan G. C33 ................ 171 I-Iaple, Donna C43 ........ 99, 137 Harden, Sue Ann C33 ..,..... 155, 157 HARMONETTES ......,.....,...,,, 1... 108 Harms. Judy C43 ..4--.--... . ...--.--.... 137 Harms, Stephen W. C23 ........ 164 Harper, Lynn A. C23 ,.......,,,, 164 Harper. Peter G. Jr. C13 ........ 56, 171 Harris, Gregory C43 ........ 37, 68, 74, 82, 137 Harris, Peggy Ellen C33 ........ 57, 89, 157 Harris, Stephen D. C13 ........ 56, 171 Harris, Thomas A. C33 ........ 13, 54, 55, 68, 157 Harris, William A. C13 ........ 56, 171 Hart, David C43 ....,...,.,...,., 137 Harth, Denise C33 ........,...,.,,.,.,,,,,,,,,,,,, Harth, Fred C43 ........ 12, 55, 72, 82, 137 H3-Ffh, NFIVHCY L. C33 ......,. 99, 157 Harth, Peter J. C33 . ....... ...... 2 2, 55 Harth, Robert A. C13 ,.......... . 56, 171 Hartig, Michael C43 ,,.,,,,,,,,, .,,,,,,, 9 9 Hartman, David E. C13 ........ 56, 65, 171 Hartnett, Thomas J. C13 ........ 56, 171 Hartz, Karen M. C13 ........ 61, 171 Harvey, Debra L. C13 ........ 61, 171 Haseman, Neil L, C13 ,,,,,,,,,,,, 171 Haskins, Christine B. C43 ........ 57, 111, 132, 137 Hathaway, Mary C. C13 ........ 105, 171 Hauer, James L. C23 ........ 59, 95, 164, 168 Hauer, Nancy A, C33 ........ 111, 157 I-Iauf, Linda D. C43 .,,,.. ,,,.....,,, 1 37 Hauff, Dorothy C43 .................... 137 Hflulltly. Gregg' R. C13 ........ 56, 174 I-Iauptly, Janis L. C43 ........ 110, 137 Hauth, Denise D. C33 -....... 101, 157 Hazucha, Julie A. C13 ................ 171 I-Ieckendorf, Cathy C43 .,,,,,,,,,,. 96, 137 Heckman, Cynthia C33 ..,....,.... 99, 157 Heffernan, James C23 ........ 162, 164 Heffernan, John T. C43 .,...... 137 Heffernan, William C43 ........ 8, 9, 11, 28, 48, 49, 68, 82, 84, 132, 138 Heicken, Deborah L. C23 ........ 110, 164 Heidenson, Raymond F. C13 .... 171 Heidenson, Steven W. C33 ........ 157 Heidt, Corinne E. C23 ............ 164 HEIGHTS .................... - .......... - 86, 87 Heile, Barbara C43 ........ 107, 138 Heile, Mary C23 . ....... 104, 105, 164 Heimsoth, Gerald VV. C13 ........ 171 Heimsoth, Thomas C43 ......,.,,.,,,., 143 Heinz, David M, C13 ,.,,,, ,,,,,,, 1 71 Heise, Gordon W. C33 ........,,,.,,,, 157 Heise, Wayne G. C13 .........,.. 56, 171 Heisler, Mary T. C43 .,..,,,,.....,,. 138 Heitbrinlt, James T. C23 ,.,,,,., 79 Heitz, John M. C23 ........ 56, 79, 164 Heizer, Margie M. C13 .....,.. 104, 171 107, Heller, Margaret J. C23 ........ Heller, Stephen B. C13 162, Heller, Vifilliam E. C23 .... .... Hemphill, Blaine W. C33 Hemphill, Sandra. Jo C13 92, 164 65. 171 67, 164 55, 157 71, 171 Hemstreet, Alan D. C13 , ....... Herdrich, Cynthia M. C13 ...-...... . .... . 171 Hendricks, Peter M. C13 ........ 67, 171 Hendricks, Thomas A. C23 ........ 67, 164 Hendrickson, Ann L. C23 ........ 164 Henrickson, Bruce L. C33, ...... ....... . . Hem-ickson, Patricia C43 .................... Henson, Karen C23 ........ 104, 164 Henson, Kristine A. C33 ........ 157 Herbst, Janice L. C23 ........ 61, 105, 106, 164 Herchline, Charles C23 .... .... 6 7, 79, 164 Herdrich, Cynthia C13 ,,.,.,....,, 171 Herdrich, Deborah J. C43 ........ 91, 138 Herman, Edward J. C13 ........ 100, 171 Herman, Raymond C. C13 ....... . 100, 171 Hermes, Margaret J. C43 ........ 8, 41, 48, 49, 57, 34, 148 Hernandez, Andrea C33 ............ 157 Hernandez, Dolores C43 ............ 138 Hernandez, Lupe C33 ......... ..,. 1 57 Hernandez, Ricardo C43 .,.......... 138 Herrick, Cynthia S. C43 ........ 132, 149 Herrick, Donald E. C13 ........ 65, 171 Herrmann, Jean L. C43 ........ 7, 91, 98, 104, 105, 138 Herrmann Joyce A. C23 ........ 104, 105, 164 Herrmann, Kenneth S. C13 171 Hess, Alan L. Q45 ........ 45, 88, 89, 90, 91, 138 Hess, Nancy V. C23 ........,,.. 92, 112, 164 Hey. Jeanne M. C23 ..... 162, 164 Hickox, Mary K. C23 ........ 71, 164 Higdon, Thomas M. C33 ........ 157, 160 Higgason, Frank G. C23 ...,.... 107, 164 Higgs, Karen E. C33 ..... 157 Hilb, Karen G. C43 ...... 138 Hildebrandt, Robert C33 ............ 157 Hildinger, George E. C33 ................ Hill, Bruce A. C23 ........ 79, 164 Hill, Dennis C43 ............ 99, 138 Hill, Gay M. C33 ....... ,..... ..., 1 5 7 Hill, Kim M. C13 .................... 171 Hillenmayer, Ann C23 ........ 105, 164 Hillert, Judith K. C43 ................ 138 Hillman, Kristen K. C33 ........ 95, 157 Hilton, John E. C33 ......... .... 1 57 Hinneberg, Jeff L. C13 ............ 171 Hinneberg, William C33 ,,,,,,,,.,,, 157 Hinton, Steve C. C23 ............ 164 Hinton, Sfusan D. C13 ........ 61, 171 Hipple, Kent W. C23 ................ 79 Hoch, Robin R. C23 ,.....,..... 164, 172 Hodge, Sue A. C43 ......,............, 138 Hodges, Pamela C33 ........ 108, 110, , 155, 157 Hoclor, Keith H. C23 ........ 79, 164 Hoese, Robyn K. C43 ........ 30, 71, 132, 149 Hoff, Karen E. C23 ........ 105, 164 Hoffman, Sheila Mary C33 ........ 89, 157 Hoffmann, John F. C43 .,,.,,,,,,,, 135 Hofsta.d,Kevin A. C23 ........ 65, 164 Hogan, Brian J. C23 ........ 79, 164 Hogan, Patrick J. C43 ........ 68, 138 Hollenbach, Ray C. C13 ........ 65, 169, 171 I-Iollenbach, Robert C. C43 ........ 138 Holley, Marcia K. C43 ........ 8, 84, 132, 149 Holloway, John S. C43 ,..,.....,.. 158 Holman, Andrea A. C43 ............ 99 Holmes, Lesley J. C13 ......,. 61, 171 Holmes, Richard VV. C13 ..... 171 Holmes, Robyn B. C33 ........ 92, 104, 155, 157 Holt, Douglas J, C13 ,,,,,,,,,,,,,.,. 171 Holt, Jana C43 ........ 86, 87, 92, 138 Holthusen, Kenneth C23 .,,,,, ,,,,,, 1 64 I-Iolub, Thomas R. C13 ........ 59, 65, 171 Holzem, Barbara A. C33 ....,... 61, 157 Honrnconnlm ............ 8, 9, 10, 11 norm ECONOMICS cmmnns CLUB ............... - .... . ............. . ...,,. ., Horcher, Candy M. C33 .....,.,,.., Horn, Nancy M. C13 .... .. Horn, William C33 .......... Horse, James E. C13 ...... Hourigan, Dan R. C23 ....,........... I-Iourigan, Nancy J. C33 . ........... Houseknecht, Bill E. C23 Howard Jeffre L 4 , y . C 3 ........ Howe, Karen A. C23 ................ Howes, Charles H. C13 .......,........ H1-uby, Kathleen Ann C33 ........ 105, Hruska, Susan L. C43 ............ Huber, James E, C23 ................ Huber, Robert D. C33 ....... . 55, Hudec, Barbara Lynn C33 ........ 110, 155, Huff, Donald C33 ........................ 105 157 171 157 171 164 157 93, 164 138 164 171 104, 157 149 164 73, 157 108, 157 107 Hughes, Martha E. C23 ....... . 105, 164 Hughes, V. Wallace C43 ........ 87, 158 Hull, Janet F. C43 ................ 99, 138 Hull, Rory T. C23 .................... 164 I-Iult, Robert J. C43 28, 29, 55, 68, 72, 82, 138 Hunsicker, Jeff C. C23 ........ 107. 164 Hurley, Kathleen C33 ........ 107, 157 Hutter, Ernce C33 .... ............. 1 57 Hynes, Diane C23 ........ ......... 1 64 Hynes, Janet C33 .............. .... 1 57 I-Iuysmans, Anita C43 ...... .... 1 38 I HWDIVIDUAL SPEECH EVENTS 91 Inselberger, Srusan A. C43 ........ 57. 138 Irlbacker, David A. C23 ..... .... 1 64 Irmen, James C. C33 ...... ....... 1 57 Isaacs, Karen L. C13 ................ 171 Isaacs, J. Michael C43 ........ 26, 27, 66, 109, 138 Isaacson, Bruce C. C23 ............ 164 Isaacson, Linda C23 ................ 164 Iversen, Robert C33 ................ 157 Iverson, Janet K. C23 .. ...... 98, 164 Iverson, Judith C23 ...... ........... 1 64 J Jacklow, Barbara L. C13 ..,...,. 171 Jackson, Kay L. C33 ............ 157 Jackson, Thomas S. C13 ...,.... 107, 171 Jacobs, Peter A. C33 ..... .... 1 57 Jacobsen, Scott C23 ............. .... 1 64 Jacobson, Scott N. C43 ........................ Jarm, Bill P. C43 .................... 138 Jarm, Thomas Miles C23 ........ 15, 58, 59, 73, 164 Jarnholm, Leif T. C43 ............ 138 Jarocki, Lydia. M. C33 ......,. 89, 102, 155, 157 Jasnoch, John R. C33 ................ 157 Jasper, Martha C33 ........ 19, 80. 34, 154, 157 Jaster, Jeffrey J. C33 ........ 99, 157 Jenkins, David R. C13 ........ 59, 171 Jenkins, Wendy A. C23 ........ 164 Jensen, Dale Howard C43 ..,..... 78 111, 138 Jensen, Jeffrey L. C33 .,..,....... 157 Jernberg, Carol S. C23 ........ 84. 95, 105 162, 164 Jernberg, Donna L. C13 ........ 169, 172 Jessogne, Diana, M, C23 ........... . 164 Jessup, Jean B. C23 .....,,. 99, 164 Johanek, Marilou T. C13 ........ 61, 172 Johanek, Susan C33 .................... 157 Johnson, Elizabeth A. C43 ........ 99. 138 Johnson, James M. C43 ..,..... 138 Johnson, James W. C13 ..... .... 1 72 Johnson, Jeffrey A. C23 ,..,. .. ........ .. Johnson, Kari A. C1 3. ....... ..... 1 72 Johnson, Laurie A. C23 ............ 164 Johnson, Linda E. C43 ............ 139 Johnson, Linda R. C13 ........ 61, 172 Johnson, Lynnette F. C23 ........ 110, 164 Johnson, Melanie K. C33 ........ 157 Johnson, Pamela A. C23 ,...... . 104, 164 Johnson, Pamela. N. C33 .... ..... 1 12 Johnson, Sheryl G. C13 ........ 172 Johnson, Susan Rose C33 ........ 106. 155, 157 Johnson, Wendy D. C13 ........ 107, 172 Johnstin, Tom E. C23 ..... ..... 1 64 Jones, Barbara J. C43 ..... .,.. 1 39 Jones, Margo C23 ............. ................ Josetti, James O. C43 ................ 139 Josetti, Titus E. C13 ........ 56, 172 Joyce, James K. C13 ........ 109, 172 Judyckl, Roberta L. C23 ........ 164 Juhl, Susan Ellen C13 ................ 172 JUNIOR CLASS BOARD ..... . ...... 155 Jurco, Stephen C23 ........ 25, 64, 164 K Kaipus, Marsha C33 ..........,. .... 1 57 Kalinski, Karen L. C43 ........ ............. Kalous, Josef M. C13 ...... .... 1 72 Kalwitz, Kent C33 .......... 157 Kamper, M. Jane C43 ..... 149 Kamper, Nancy A. C13 ........ ..... 1 72 Kamps, Carol L. C13 ............ 169, 172 Kamps, Dennis H. C23 ........ 56, 79, 164 Kanne, Linda J. C43 ........................,... Kanouse Andrew R. C23 ........ 164 Kapica, Kathy M. C43 . .......,,.. 139 Kaser, Gordon K. C23 ........ 77, 164 Katovich, James L. C43 ............ 139 Katovich, John C. C23 ........ 107, 164 Kaucher, Jo A. C43 ................ 139 Kaucher, Leslie C23 ....,....,.,,,.. 164 Kavanagh, Patricia A. C13 ........ 105, 172 179 Lindsey, Denis M. C43 ............ Keating, Kathleen G. C13 ........ 172 Keene, C. Bradley C43 ............ 150 Kehe, .T. Andrew C43 ........ 76, 82, 139 Kehe, Jean Ellen 133 ........ 99, 157 Kelm, Kelly M. C13 ........,....... 172 Kelhl, Germaine M. 143 ........ 99, 139 Kelhi, Patrick M. C13 ............ 172 Kelley, Diane 123 ....... - ........... 164 Keller, John C. C43 ...... .. 40, 78, 139 Keller, Rosalie V. Q49 , ....... 71, 91, 108, 110, 1139 Keller, Wayne M, Q13 ........ 67, 172 Kellogg, Cheryl D. C23 ............ 164 Kellogg, Jean V. C43 ...... ....... 1 39 Kelly, Cathryn A. C23 ............ 164 Kelly, John T. Q23 ................ 55, 164 Kelly, Kathleen M. f13 ........ 172 Kelly, Roxanne. M. C13 ........ 172 Kelly, William P. C33 ............ 157 Kemper, Edward F. C13 . ....... 56, 65, 172 Kempisty, Frances H. C23 ........ 105. 107, 164 Kempisty, William 433 ...,........ 157 Kempke, Wayne D. Q13 ............ 172 Kennedy, Thomas M. C43 ........ 66, 82, 103, 139 Kenney, Bonnie C33 ........ 71, 157 Kenninger, David C23 ........ 56, 164 Kem-linger, Steven C. C43 ........ 95, 99, 139 Kenny, Charles E. C43 .................... Kenyon, Scott C. C23 ---- - 164 Kervick, Margaret C23 ............ 164 Kessenich, Susan C13 ........ 61, 174 Kessner, Jamie S. Q23 ................ 165 KEY CLUB ................................ 103 Kieca, Joanne C43 ---4------------ 94. 139 Kieca., John J. 113 ................ 172 Kieck, William G. 133 ........ 68, 73, 157 Kiley, Kathy C43 . ....... ..... 7 9, 139 Kiley, Nancy E. 413 ...-..-. 61, 172 Kimball, Deborah C43 ................ 139 Kindler, Constance C33 ............ 157 Kindler, Thomas 0. C33 ........ 158 King, Lynne C43 -------- 57. 61. 101. 139 King, John H. C13 ----------------,--- 172 King, Thomas C33 ...----- 92, 97. 98. 158 Kinsley, Marianne C. C13 --,A,--- 172 Kipley, John D. C23 ....-.--.--- 56, 75. 165 Kiral, Steven F- C33 -----,----.4 99, 153 Kirchoff, Russ E. C23 ........ 79, 165 Kirchoff, William Q43 ........,....... 139 Kirkland, Karen Q43 -------- 17, 108, 110, 139 Kirstein, Rick D- C23 ------v-,------- 165 Kivlahan, Jean Mary 433 ........ 92. 155, 158 Klein, Stephen J. C13 ........ 56, 172 Kleiner, Kenneth E. C23 ........ 165 Kleiner, Lynnda. M. C33 ------- 57, 158 Kleiner, Wayne M. 633 -,--------,- 153 Klimek, Kristin A, C33 .......- 51, 92, 155, 158 Klimek, Mary E. tl? ------------ 172 Klingenmaier, Wilma C33 -----'-- 61' 92, 155, 158 Klepitch, David -T. Q43 ----------- --------'---- Kluesing, Terry C43 ---------------- 139 Knaack, Karen J. C13 ............ 172 Knaack, Michael C43 --------------- - 139 Knaack, Scott C. C33 .--------------- 153 Knight, Gary R. C13 ........ 56. Knight, George C. 433 .....--- 58. 158 Knight, Maragret E. C13 ...--.------ 172 Knoderer, Paula. C23 -,----- ------ 1 55 Knoll, Bruce C43 --------- ----- 1 39 Knou, Keith 423 -.---------- --------- 1 65 Koch, Ellen Ann C13 .....--..--- 61, 172 Koclanis, Kathryn J. C33 -----------' 153 Koehnke, Bob J. C23 ................ 165 Koehler, Robin Sf. 413 ----- ,------- A -- 172 Koeneke, Charles H. 133 ---------- ------ Koeneke, score K. 413 ---.-------- 172 Koeneman, Kevin 443 ----------' - 139 Koerber, Cynthia D. K13 .....--- 174 Koerner, Brad W- Q33 ----------- - 158 Koerner, James C43 -..-.-.---- - .--- 139 Kohxer, Joan C33 ..-.------------ -------- 1 53 Kami, Richard o. 623 -------- '19, 165 Kolze, James A. C23 .......- 25, 64. 165 ohn Robert C23 -------- 571 Kolze, J' 92' 165 Kolze, Paul D. ill ----------,--- -- 172 Komarek, Dale W. C23 ------,----- 155 Komarek, Gary C43 ---------------- 139 Koriath, John C33 -------- 74, 92, 155 Kort, Cynthia Dee C33 ........ 19, 80, 85, 87, 158, 161 Kost, Glenn R. 123 ------------ 791 165 Kqgty susan 149 .................,.. 110, 149 Kounanis, William L. 113 ---- Kouzmanoff, Constance C43 ---- 149 Kouzmanoff, Nancy L. C13 -------- 60, 172 Kowalski, Jeff C33' ....--.----- . ---- 158 Kowalski, Katherine C23 ---- ----- 1 55 Kowalski, Lee Q45 ...........,, ..... 1 as Kranz, Deborah C13 ...... ..... 1 72 Kranz, Mary C43 .... .... 139 180 Kranz, Michael C43 ..... .,.... 1 39 Kreidich, Lida. 123 ...... ........ . .. 165 Kresge, Paul Q33 ..... ...... ..,.. 9 6, 158 Krol, Gregory Q33 .....,...... ,..,..... 1 60 Kroll, Tona. R. C23 ................ 165 Kruse, Linda. M. 623 ................ 165 Krysh, Barbara C33 ........ 95, 160 Kubicek, Keith J. 123 ............ 165 Kubik, David J. Q13 ........ 56, 172 Kubin, Catherine Q43 ,,,, ,,,,,,.,, 1 40 Kubin, Jerrilyn C33 ......,...,......... 158 Kuenstler, Joyce C33 ........ 60, 112, 158 Kuffel, Lorne C33 ...... 55, 78, 158 Kuhl, Richard A. C13 ........ 56, 172 Kunkel, Robert J. C13 ............ 172 Kunkel, Scott Q33 ........................ 158 Kunz, Ruth C33 ................ 105, 158 Kunze, Anne C. Q23 ............ 92, 165 Kurzka, Pamela 443 ..............,. 140 Kurzka, Thomas A. C13 ........ 172 Kuykendall, Joel S. C23 ........ 165 Kuyhkendall, John Q43 ........ 54, 78, 138 Kwiecinski, Robert Q43 .... ..... 1 38 L LAB AIDES ................................ 101. Lacker, Eve C33 ........ 84, 90, 91, 108, 155, 158 Ladd, Sheri 143 .............,....,...,........,,.,. Ladue, Michael C43 ........ 90, 98, 140 Lalish, Joanne Q43 ........ 46, 57, 71, 110, 111, 132, 140 Lalond, Joe E33 ...............,........ 158 Lambert, Charles A. C13 ........ 172 Landon, Celeste Q43 ........ 91, 140 Lanwehr, Martin C. Q13 ..... 172 Landwehr, James Q43 ................ 140 Landwehr, Robert 1,43 ..... .... 1 40 Lane, Mark D. C43 ...... .... 1 40 Langdon, Lynda C33 ........ .... 1 58 Langerock, Mary A. C43 ............ 140 Langerock, Stephen R. C13 ..... 65, 172 Lanigan, James S. C13 172 Lanoue, Michele M. Q43 ............ 140 Lanzon, Gregory C. C23 ........ 107, 165 Lanzon, Richard Q33 ..... .... 1 58 Larabee, Thomas A. Q43 ............ 140 Larrison, Karl 133 .................... 158 Larsen, Joan Q33 .................... 99, 158 Larson, Carol Ruth C43 ........ 140 Larson, Debbie Q33 ........ 30, 6-1, 71, 158 Larson, Loni D. Q23 ................ 165 Larson, Mark T. 643 . ............... 140 Larson, Marta Lynn C33 ........ 18, 60, 61, 112, 158 Larson, Susan Gail C33 ............ 158 Lasher, Judith A. 413 ................ 172 Lasher, Susan Q33 ........ 84, 155, 158 Lasher, William Craig Q23 .....l.. 56, 79, 167 Lester, Walter Ray C13 ............ 172 LATIN CLUB ................................ 92 Latta, Roger C33 ........ 108, 111, 15B Law, Douglas A. Q23 ............ 165 Lazzerini, Mark 133 ........ 78, 158 Leehelt, Laurie Lee Q43 ........ 44, 46, 56, 140, 152 Leehelt, Randall E. C13 ............ 172 Lee, Dorothy C33 ........ 99, 158 Legg, .Tack L. Q23 ............ 96, 165 Lehman, Helen P. Q23 ........ 61, 107, 165 Lehman, Nancy C. C43 ................ 140 Leigh, Steven 433 .................... 158 Leighton, Edward S. Q13 ........ 172 Leighton, Sally C33 ........l.......... . 158 Leister, Edward E. C23 . ....... 56, 79, 165 Lesiter, Marcia A. 443 .... ..... 1 40 Lekan, Chris J. Q13 ............ 172 Lekan, Jeffrey L. Q43 ........ 150 Lemar, Dawn B. Q23 ....... ......... 1 65 Lemmons, Thomas J. C43 ............ Lenahan, Cheryl A. C13 ............ 172 Lenhardt, Bruce D. Q13 ........ 59, 172 Lenharclt, Deborah A. L43 ........ 8, 89, 140 Lense, Janet A. C43 ....,... 44, 46, 56, 140 Lentine, Catherine C23 ........ 71, 99, 104, 165, 172 Lepkowski, Carol E. M3 ........ 57, 85, 106, 149 Lerchenfeld, Christine C43 ........ 140 Levecke, Mary Q33 ........ 33, 107, 158 Lewan, Donald C33 , ....... 69, 158 Lewan, Ronald K. Q33 ........ 69, 158 Lewin, Glenn S. 113 ........ 56, 65. 172 Leydig, Deborah Ann 433 ..,..... 56, 109, 110, 155, 158, 161 Leydig, Gary W. 113 ........ 109, 169, 172 LIBRARY AIDES .................... 100 Liddell, Elizabeth A. C13 ........ 172 Lldge, Kenneth G. C33 .... 109, 111, 158 Lldge, Thomas G. C43 ....... ............. Lighthall, David Q33 ........ 66, 82, 158 Liljegren, Mark R. Q33 ........ 107, 158 Liljegren, Susan M. 123 .... 86, 112, 165 Lilleberg, Victoria 143 110, 140 Lincoln, James G. C33 ........ 158 Lindblad, Erich A. C43 ........ 24, 25, 64, 140 Lindblad, Joanne C13 ........ 31, 71, 172 Lindemann, Ruth A. C23 ........ 165 Lindgren, Stephen P. Q43 ....,... 140 Lindmark, Catherine Q33 ............ 158 Lindmark, Lucille D. C13 ............ 172 Lindsay, Deborah C33 ........ 155, 158 Lissner, Michael P. C23 ...... .. Livingston, Charles C43 ............ 99 165 140 Livingston, Lisa. M. C23 ........ 165 Locascio, James P. 423 ........ 56, 165 Locken, Andy H. C43 ,...........,.., 149 Lockwood, Ann M. Q23 ........ 84, 92, 162, 165 Lockwood, David A. C43 ........ 140 Lockwood, Gary L. 423 ............ 165 Lockwood, Melody 133 ........ 71, 158 Lockwood, Robert D. Q33 ........ 165 Lockwood, Susan J. Q13 ........ 84, 169. 172 Loeffler, Edwin P, L33 ,.,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, Loeser, Debbie Jo C33 ........ 57, 158 Logsdon, Pamela A. C23 ........ 165 Logsdon, Randall J. C43 ........ 140 Lonergan, Geoffrey B. 143 ........ 150 Long, Margaret E. C43 . ....... 56, 170 Long, Maureen Q33 ........ 155, 158 Lorch, Steven C. C33 .... .... 90, 158 Loriss, Denise S. L43 ........ 99, 141 Losos, Christine M. C23 . ....... 71, 165 Loughman, Robert D. C43 ........ 141 Loughman, Virginia Q23 ........ 60, 93, 112, 162, me Loughran, Stephenie 433 ........ 71, 86, 89, 155, 158, 160 Loughran, Karleen G. 4113 ........ 172 Loughrin, Craig R. C43 ........ 141 Lozzi, Gail 433 ........... ..... 101, 158 Lubke, Susan C33 .................... 158 Lude, Gregory Alan C33 ........ 158 Ludolph, John E. C23 ........ 56, 165 Luedeking, Peter C. 133 ........ 158 Luehring, Luann 123 ........... ..... 165 Luhan, Joseph P. C13 ............ 172 Luker, Carol A. C13 ........ 169, 172 Luker, Sharon R. C23 ........ 61, 92, 162, 165 Lukhaub, Alan A. Q13 ........ 65, 169, 174 Lumpp, William P. 443 ............ 141 Lussman, Linda, K. C13 ........ 91, 172 Lussman, William D. C43 ........ 58, 72, 141 Luther, Donna. G. C33 .... ........ 1 58 Lykken, Darla J. 113 ........ 105, 172 Lykken, David C23 .................... 165 Lynch, Gregory C23 .... .......... 1 65 Lynch, Joseph C43 ..... ......... 1 41 Lynk, Michael C43 ......,..... .. 99 Lynk, Toni A. C13 ..... .... 6 1, 172 Lyon, Bruce R. Q13 ............ 56, 172 Lyon, Janice L. Q23 ........ 61, 92, 165 Mc McAllister, Stephen C33 ........ 158, 160 Mcflalllster, Lynn C13 ............ 172 McCallum, Laurie J. Q23 ........ 165 McCarter, Gary 133 ........ ........ 1 58 McCa.rter, John C43 .... 99, 141 McCarter, Marjorie A. 113 172 McCarthy, Sheila A. Q13 ........ 112, 172 McClellan, Marsha A. C33 ........ 158 McClellan, Mona C23 ........ 162, 165 McC1endon, Mark T. C13 ........ 56, 172 McCollum, Betsy A. C33 ........ 19, 80, 104, 155, 158 McCratic, Pamela S. Q33 ........ 96, 158 McDonald, Gail C23 .................... 167 McDonald, Meg C. G33 .... 61, 158 McDonald, Robert A. C33 ........ 55, 78. 158 McDougall, Craig S. C13 ........ 172 McElhuse, Linda Q43 ........ 85, 141 McElhose, Paul A. Q23 ........ 165 McGowan, Ian Craig C33 ........ 158 McGrath, Jim P. C23 ........ 58, 59, 165 McGrath, Patrick J. C33 ........ 71, 158 McGrath, Sharon L23 ................ 165 McGuire, Jeff Keith C33 ........ 66, 158 McHugh, Kathy A. C23 ........ 162, 165 McHugh, Thomas P. C13 ............ 172 McKay, Karen A. C23 ........ 71, 81, 162, 165 McKay, Kathleen A. f23 ........ 162, 165 McKay, Kyle Louise C33 ............ 158 McKay, Richard A. C33 ............ 158 McKay, Scott A. C13 ........ 67, 172 McKay, Scott Q43 ........ as, 37, 74, 82, 86, 103, 132, 141 McLaughlin, Kevin T. C13 ........ 59, 172 McLaughlin, Terrence C23 ........ 110, 165, 170 McLean, Mary A. C33 ........ 61, 92, 158 McLoraine, Maureen C. C13 .... 172 McLoraine, Therese C33 .,..,.... 158 McMillan, Guy C43 ................... . 141 McMillan, Jacqueline C43 . ....... 16, 32, 45. 57, 91, 132, 141 McMillan, Nancy L. C23 ........ 165 McMillan, Thomas D. Q3 . ....... 172 McNeal, Barbara J. C13 ........ 112, 172 McNeal, Susan D. C33 ...... L 112, 158 McReynolds, Rnbert C43 . ........ T f. 141 McVey, Dan George Q23 ............ 165 McW'herter, Carl Wil 133 ........ 55, 74, 158 Mcwherter. James A. Q13 ........ 172 M Maas, Jake K. C23 ...... .. 77, 165 M118-S. Lisa- Kay C23 ........ 92, 165 MacCarthy, Cornelius C23 ........ 165 MaCha5, Jim C23 ........................ 165 Mack, David E. f13 ................ 172 Mack, Denise E. Q33 ........ 71, 158 Mackey, Christine 013 ,,,,,,,,,,,, 141 Mackey, William L. C23 ........ 96, 165 MacMinn, Alice Q33 ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 158 MacMinn, Joanne B. C13 ........ 172 Mader, Susan 013 ........ , ,,,,,,,,,,, 99, 149 Maher, Nancy E. Q13 .........,.... ,, 172 Maierhafer, Joanne 443 ........ 71, 141 Main, Lycia C43 ,. ........,,,,,,,,,,,, , 141 Main, Todd C23 .............. - ............ 165 Mainiero, Nancy E, 413 . ,,,,,,,,,,, 172 Maitland, Judith L. Q23 ....... . 101, 165 Maitland, Patrick H. E13 ........ 67, 172 Maloney, Melanie 143 ........ 57, 92, 111, 132, 1-11 Mamo, Anthony G. 113 ............ 172 Mandele, Mike J. C33 ........ 158 Mangan, Michael K. C23 ......,. 165 Manos, John C43 ........ 88, 89, 141, 153 Manos, Maragret J. C13 ........ 169, 172 Mantwell, Deborah C43 ................ 141 Mantwell, Mark L. C13 ........ 172 Markstrom, Chris A. Q23 ........ 92, 112, 162, 165 Marshall, Marianne C43 ....,... 92, 132, 149 Marszalek, Christopher C23 ........ 38, 39, 76, 165 Martel, Donald 143 ........ 78, 141 Martens, Robert Q33 ................ 158 Martin, Gayle M. C13 ..... ....... 1 72 Martin, Therese A. C33 ........ .......... Martinson, Nancy L. C13 ...,,....... 172 Martinson, Terry A. 12,3 ............ 165 Marum, Janet, C43 ........ 100, 141 Marum, Sally A. 413 ................ 172 Massa., ,Ken J. C33 .,.,, ........... 158 MATH CLUB ....................... ...... 9 8 Mattix, Gregory Q43 ......... ..... 1 41 Mattix, Tamra L. C13 ........ 169, 172 Maun, Chris Q23 .......... ......... 6 7 Maun, Walter C. C23 ...........,.... 165 Mayes, Nancy A. C13 ........ 92, 169, 172 Mayhercy, .Ton R. C33 .......,.... 158 Meacham, Deanne D. C23 .,..,... 101, 165 Mechling, Bruce 143 ........ 82, 132, 141 Mechling, Paula S. 123 ............ 165 Meekins, Teresa L. 113 ........ 91, 172 Meinhardt, Karen J. Q13 ........ 172 Meister, Carolyn J. 133 ........ 92, 158 Mele, Linda. M. 113 ............ 172 Mensching, Bonnie C23 ........................ Mensching, Stanly F. Q33 ...... .. 158 Menz, Kathryn 143 ........... .,....... 1 49 Menz, Nancy E. C33 ........ 103, 158 Mercer, Linda. S. C13 ..,..,...... 172 Merkel, Margaret C43 ........ 132, 141 Merkel, James J. 113 . ............... 172 Merryweather, Elizabeth C23 .... 165 Meters, Ken C 3 ............................ 65 Meuser, Denise L. 133 ........ 112, 158 Meuser, Diane C43 ......... ............ 1 41 Meyer, Barbara 143 ..... ........ 1 41 Meyer, Charles C33 158 Meyer, Dean C. Q13 ...... ..... . . 100, 172 Meyer, Janis R. Q23 ........ 92, 165 Meyer, John C43 ........ 55, 82, 141 Meyer, Pamela. Anne C13 ,....... 112, 169, 172 Meyer, Pamela J. C33 ........ 71, 158 Mineli, Michael M43 ............ 111, 141 Michalski, Judith A. C23 101, 1035 1 Michalski, Richard J. 033 ........ 107, 141 Michalson, William C. Q23 ........ 79, 110, 165 Miksta, Kenneth M, C43 ..... ....... 142 Milewski, Judith Q33 ................ 158 Miley, Donald C. C13 172 107, Nelson Scott 123 ...... ,...... ........... Nelson, Susan L. 143 ..... . Nerlinger, Ruth M. 143 Nester, F. Peter 133 ......... Miller, Denise Jo 133 ............ 158 Miller, Donna J. 123 ...-..------.--- 165 Miller, James L. 123 ........ 56, 79. 165 Miller, Harold H. 113 ........ 65, 172 Miner, Lori L. 113 .........,.v.... 172 Miller, Pamela J. 123 ........ 112, 162, 165 Miller, Patricia S. 123 ........ 57, 103, 162, 165 Miner, M. Rex 113 ................ 172 Miller, Richard D. 113 ........ 56, 172 Miller, Russell H. 143 ........ 103, 142 Miller, Susan M. 133 ........ . 158 Mills, Dave 123 ........................ 165 Mills, James L. 113 .....,,......... 56, 172 Milner, Judi A. 133 ,,.............. 158 Minarik, Dinah Mari 133 ........ 158 Minarlk, Edward F. 113 ..,..... 172 Miresse, Dennis C. 113 ......., 55, 172 Mirs, Lee 113 . ................. ...... 5 5, 172 Mlrs, Loiel John 113 ................ 55 Mitchell, Dorothy 123 ................ 165 Mitchell, Linda. 143 ........ 57, 149 Mitchell, Michael J. 123 ..,..... 165 Mitchell, Terrence J. 113 ........ 172 MIXED CHORUS ....,................... 110 Mock, Mary 123 ........................ 162 Moclerlnck, Lawrence M. 113 .... 56, 172 MODERN MUSIC MASTERS .... 110 Moffo, Mike 133 ..............,. 78, 158 Molinelli, Lawrence 133 ........ 100, 158 Montgomery, Kathy K. 133 .... 158 Moody, Linda C. 113 ........ 61, 172 Moon, Carol H. 113 ........ 169, 172 Moon, Susan J, 123 ,...,,,,......., 165 Moore, Elizabeth M. 123 ........ 165 Moore, Kim Patrick 143 ........ 66, 142 Moore, Larry N. 133 ........ 158, 167 Moore, Steve Glenn 133 ........ 55, 160 Moore, William P. 133 ........ 78, 155, 158 Morgan, Mark 133 .....,..,.,..,,,,... 158 Mmitz, Craig D. 143 ...,,.. . 55, 150 Moritz, Pamela A. 113 ..., 112, 169, 172, 175 Morken, Dana Lee 123 ........ 56, 74, 75. 165 Morken, Scott 143 ....... .......... . ...... . . Morris, Eliot C. 123 ......... . 165 Morrison, Fred L. 143 ........ 55, 91, 142 Morrow, John K. 143 ......., 55, 149 Morton, Robert H. 113 ............ 172 Moser, Valerie A. 113 .,.......... 172 Moy, Elizabeth 143 ,..,.,..., ....... 1 42 Moy, Pamela 133 ..,..,,..., .....,. 1 58 Moyer, Glenn A. 143 ..... .... 7 2, 142 Moyer, Linda F. 123 ...,. . 165 Mr0Zlk, Richard 133 ................ 158 Mrozinski, Paul A. 113 .,,,...,.., , 172 Mrozinski, Steven A. 133 ........ 158 Mudge, Cheryl A, 123 ...,.....,,. 165 Mudge, Scott C. 133 ........ 20, 55, 73, 158 Mueller, Marina F. 113 ........ 95, 98, 100, 173 Mueller, Mary A. 123 .,.........,.... 165 Mueller, Sandra L. 113 ........ 112, 172 Munro, Deedrick Rick 123 ....,,.. 165 Munsen, Karen L. 133 ........ 16, 91. 158 Munson, Pamela J. 113 ....... ..... 61, 172 Muran, Cynthia F. 113 ............ 172 Muran. Joseph 133 .................,.. 158 Murdock, Karen J. 113 ................ 172 Murdock, Suzanne M. 143 ........ 142 Murphy, Michael R. 113 ........ 56, 172 Murphy, 'Pamela A. 123 ........ 165 Murphy, Richard D. 143 ............ 142 Murphy, Shawn 113 ...,....... . 55, 172 Musich, Mark Edward 143 ........ 103. 142 Musich, Mike A. 123 ,,..., ..,,., 1 65 Mustain, Kenneth 143 .............,.. 149 Mustain, Steven J. 133 ........ 158 Myer, Douglas R. 113 ..... . 172 Myers, Beth E. 113 .... ...... 1 72 Myers, James, A. 143 ............ 142 Myers, Kenneth J. 113 ........ 56, 172 N . Naeher, Sandra. R. 143 .,... ...... . 142 Nagel, Mark K. 113 ................ 172 Nakutny, Ann L. 123 ........ 61, 165 Narup, Cathy 123 ............ 162, 165 Nation, .Tay 123 ....,.... ,...... .,,..... 1 6 5 NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY 8' NATIONAL FORENSIC LEAGUE 90 NATIONAL THESPIAN SOCIETY 91 Nawrot, Sandra L. 133 ............ 60, 158 Neas, Elizabeth A. 113 ........ 173 Neckar, Barbara Ann 133 ........ 112, 155, 158 Nelson, Barbara N. 133 ........ 71, 158 Nelson, Gregory R. 113 ........ 56, 173 Nelson, Marlene A. 133 ........ 158 iii, Neumann, Mary P. 133 .,..,....... 155, New, J. P. 123 ....,,.,....,..,.... Newquist, Kristin QL. 133 ........ 112, Newsome, Mary K. 123 ............ 112, Newsome, Therese E. 133 ........ 112, 155, Nichols, Michael J. 113 .,...,.. 55, Nicholson, Thomas P. 123 ........ Nicholson, William R. 133 ........ Nlckol, Kathy L. 123 ................ Niell, Leanne K. 123 ............ Nielsen, Judith A. 113 ........ 169, Nielsen, Kerry T. 133 ............ Nielsen, Scott G. 143 ................ Nielson, Tina M. 143 ........ 100, Niemann, Daniel J. 133 ............ Niemczyk, Mark S. 123 Niemczyk, Michael J. 113 '166' 1 '166 ' 165 142 109, 149 158 71, 158 165 93. 158 93, 165 92, 158 65. 173 162 165 158 165 165 173 15S 142 104, 142 158 93, 165 59, 173 Niemeyer, Dan A. 113 .... . ....... 173 Nitch, Michael J. 113 .,...... 56, 65, 173 Noerenberg, Tom L. 123 ...,.... 64. 65, 165 Noland, Craig R. 123 ............ 15, 59, 165 Noland, Douglas A. 113 ........ 173 Nolting, Arnold A. 133 ........ 99, 158 Norclyke, David M. 123 ........ 165 Norton, John Thomas 113 ........ 56, 173 Norton, Lee A. 133 .................... 158 Nowack, Elisabeth 133 ............ 92, 103, 155, 158 Nowack, Mary Robin 113 ....... . 173, 175 NURSE'S AIDES ...........,.....,...... 101 Nystrom, James R. 113 ..........., Nystrom, Paul 143 ..,.......,..... 7, 0 Oas, Vickie L. 123 .,.... .. 110, Oates, Timothy K. 143 ............ 173 142 165 150 O'Berry, Bradford 143 ........ 76, 84, 132, 142 O'Brien, Joan M. 133 ......... 158 O'Brien, E. Martin 133 ............ 158 0'Connell, Daniel M. 113 .,.......,.. 173 Oertel, John T. 143 ..............,. 142 Oestmann, Elizabeth 123 ............ 84, 112, 162, 165 Offen, Deirdre 143 . ....................... 150 Offen, Eric R. 113 ....................... 1... OFFICE GUIDES ....... .. ...... -..-... 101 Ohman, John D. 133 ........ 34. 73, 106, 107, 158 Olsem, Barbara A. 133 ........ 158 Olsem, Georgette R. 143 ........ 142 Olsen, Tom Howard 133 .. ...... 158 Olson, Ellen A. 133 ........ 71, 110, 158 Olson, Kathleen M. 123 ....... ,.,. . .. 112 Olsson, Kathleen A. 123 ............ 165 Oneal, Pat E. 123 ..,..... 100, 105, 165 Opela, Melissa C. 123 ........ 93, 162 165 Opela, Todd E. 143 .....,.. ...... 1 42 Oppenheimer, Joann 123 ............ 61 OPERA ............................... ....-....... 11 OPERETTA ............................ 42, 43 ORCHESIS ....................... 1 ....... 44, 57 ORCHESTRA ...- ........................... 106 Orrnsbee, Terry D. 123 .. ...... 55, 69, 79, 165 Ostermann, Claudia 113 .,...... 93, 174 Owens, Anne E. 143 ........ 57, 85, 104, 149 Owens, Katherine R. 133 ........ 57, 155, 158 Ozimek, Christine A. 133 ...,.... 158 Ozimek, Steven J. 143 ........ 92, 142 1' Paarfusser, Frank K. 123 ....,... 165 Pace, Glenn Mike 113 ........ 8, 56, 173. 175 Pace, Susan L. 133 ........ 71, 86, 87. 155. 15B Padgitt, Susan L. 123 ................ 165 Page, David H. 123 ........... 1... 165 Page, Michael J. 113 ................ 173 Palmatier, Susan E. 133 ........ 91, 109, 110, 111, 155, 158 Palmer, Jeffery R.. 113 .... .... . 173 Pamp, Barbara J. 123 ........ 91, 112, 162, 165 Pampel, William C. 143 ....... 95, 103, 142 PAN LANGUAGE COUNCIL .... 94 Parchmann, Amy 123 .......... . ..... 165 Parise, Pamela 123 .................... 165 Parish, James M. 143 ........ 8, 9, 46, 55, 85, 142 Parks, Nancy J. 113 ................ 173 Parks, Robert R. 123 ........ 92, 1335 Parvin, Janice C. 123 ...,.... 112, 165 Parvin, Rex L. 143 .... .... 4 2, 91, 108, 110, 111, 142 Pascale, Brian P. 143 ............ 66, 142 Paseale, Janet L. 13 .... ..... 1 73 Pascale, Linda M. 123 . ........,.. 165 Pascale, Michael G. 133 ............ 158 Passarelli, David A. 143 ........ 142 Passarelli, John S. 133 ............ 158 Patberg, Pamela R. 123 ........ 16. 110, 165 162, Patterson, John W. 123 ........ Patterson, Marcia L. 143 .... 85 86 94 165 61. 142 Patterson, Thomas N. 123 ........ 173 Paulsen, David F. 113 ............ 173 Paulsen, Timothy H. 113 ........ 173 Pautz, Michael R. 113 ........ 56, 173 Peale, Robert 0. 123 ........ 56, 64, 107, 165 Pearce, Kathy M. 123 ........ 61, 93. 165 Pearson, Maureen 133 .,... . 159 Pearson, Neil T. 113 .... . 173 Pearson, Rita. 123 .................... 165 Pecka, Karen Marie 133 ........ 1553, 1 9 Peckham, Linda A. 123 ........ 165 Pedersen, Bonnie C. 143 . ....... 57, 149 Pedersen, Lorraine 123 ............ 165 Peek, Emery J. 143 ........ 32, 49, Peifer Ste hen C. 113 . P ..-.---- 91, Pelland, Anna Marie 123 149 174 93, 110, 165 Pelletier, Roger E. 133 ............ 159 Pengilly, Kathy L. 113 ........ 173 Pennings, Paul D. 123 ........,... 165 PEI' CLUB BOARD ................. 95 Perkins, Raymond J. 113 .... .... Peter William H 2 . . 1 3 .....--- 65. Peters, Bonnie L. 113 ............ Peters, Ken A. 123 ..... 68 . 79. Petersen, David B. 123 ........ 173 166 173 166 166 Petersen, Janell M. 133 ........ 71, 159 Petersen, Jody A. 113 ........ S4, 163 1 Peterson, Laurie J. 123 ............ 166 Peterson, Steven L. 143 .................... Petrie, Clark D. 123 ................ 166 Petrie, Kim L. 133 ........ 93, 94, 159 Petrovski, David M. 123 ............ 65, Petrucci, Roxanne 123 ........ 112, 166 Pfister, Dave 113 ........................ 173 Phillipp, Marjorie 123 ........ 86, 107, 162, 166 Phillis, Susan G. 133 ........ 155, 159 Philo, Gary P.. 113 ............ .... 5 0, 173 Piarson, Niel 113 ........................ 56 Pickett, Ken R. 133 69, 159 Pickrell, Constance 133 ............ 159 Plckrell, Harry 123 ................ 166 Piepenbrink, Mark E. 133 ........ 159 Pierce, Kathy 1 3 ................ 94, 100 Pierre, Lynn A. 113 ............ 107, 173 Pierre, Wayne F. 143 ............ 142 Pilip, Deborah A. 113 ........... . 173 Pilip, Linda M. 143 ........ 132, 143 Piper, Mary Patricia 143 ........ 93, 104, 143 Piper, Maureen E. 123 ............ 92, 166 Pinoras, Gary J. 113 ........ 56, 173 Pirtle, Janice 133 ........ ......... 1 59 Pitts, Pamela A. 113 ............ 173 Plant, Dale Lowell, 113 . ....... 67, 173 Plant, Diane M. 143 ............ 143 Plant, Roberta L. 113 ........ 60, 173 Platt, Terrence 123 ........ 98, 166 Plaza, Alan H. 123 ................ 166 Pliska, Mary Ann 123 .. ...... ...... . . 166 Pliska, E. Steven 113 ............ 173 Pogalz, Timothy G. 123 ............ 166 Polites, Andrea123 ........ 61, 92, 95, 166 Pollard, David J. 143 ........ 78, 143 Pollard, Stephen T. 113 .... 56, 173 Pollitz, John H. 143 ........ 143, 176 Polewko, Susan A. 113 ........ 173 Poole, Debbie 143 .................... 143 Porowski, Irene M. 143 ........ 85, 91, 102, 143 Porowski, James P. 113 ........ 56, 173 Porowski, Richard P. 123 .. ...... 56 166 Porter, Ann H. 133 .......... ...... 1 59 Poulos, Margo A. 133 ............ 159 Powell, Andrew D. 123 ............ 56 Powell, Dean 123 ............................ 56 Powell, Malli S. 133 ........ 106, 107. 159 Powers, Virginia L. 143 ........ 143 Prafke, Michael W. 123 ........ 56, 166 Predick, George B. 143 ............ 143 Preissing, Mark D. 113 ........ 173 Preissing, Martha. A. 133 ........ 57, 61, 159 Prellberg, Bonnie S. 113 ............ 169, 173 Prentiss, Mark R. 123 .... ..... 1 66 Price, Sandy J. 113 ...... ...... 1 73 Prochaska, Bradley J. 143 . ....... 646, 1 3 Prochaska, Judy T- 123 ---...------ 107. 166 Proebstle, Jerry G. 133 ............ 159 PRODI ,,,,,..,....,....................... .... 4 0, 47 Przebleda, Julie 123 ................ 166 Purtha, George J. 133 .......,.... 159 Pusateri, Mark D. 113 ............ 173 Purvine, Louanne 143 ...... ....... 1 43 Q Quam, Gail 143 .................... 57, 149 Quid, Gregory E. 123 ........ 65, 166 Quick, Deborah R. 123 . ....... 162, 166 Quigley, David 143 ................... . 150 Quigley, Robert L. 133 ............ 159 QUILL N SCROLL SOCIET Radcleman, Gary R. 143 ........ Y .... 88 72, 82. 143 RADIO JET PROP HOBBY CLUB 97 Radmer, Phillip L. 133 ........ 58, 159 Radtke, Judith 143 ................ 143 Raitt, Barbara L. 123 ............ 166 Raitt, Leslie 143 ........................ 143 Rallo, Michael A. 123 ........ 93, 166 Ramsaier, Lenore A. 113 ........ 169, 173 Ramsey, John G. 123 ................ 166 Ramsey, John W. 123 ............ 109, 173 Ramsey, Susan 143 ........ 111, 143 Ramsey, Susan Lynn 133 ............ 159 Rapp, Cynthia L. 433 ...... .. 99, 159 Rapp, Daniel C. 133 ...... ........... 1 59 Rapp, Hal 143 .................. ...... 1 43 Rasmussen, Jay T. 113 ..... .... 5 6, 173 Rasmussen, Tod M. 133 ............ 159 Rasnak, Jerome 143 ................ 143 Ratelke, Audrey I. 113 ........ 112, 173 Rateike, Donald 143 ............ 111, 143 Rausch, Dick 143 ........ 82, 109, 111, 143, 152 Ravazzolo, Kenneth 113 ........ 59, 109. 173 Reekert, Karen 143 ............ 132, 143 Reckert, Kathy M. 123 ........ 162, 166 Reed, Belinda 143 ....... 143 Reed, Melinda. K. 123 ................ 166 Reese, Byn E. 123 .................... 166 Reese, Gloria M. 113 ........ 112, 173 Reese, Lindsey A. 133 ........ 92, 155. 59 REGISTRATION ....................... ..... 7 Reitmeyer, John L. 143 ............ 149 Reitmeyer, Michael M. 113 ........ 56, 173 Reitmeyer, Nancy M. 113 ........ Remeika, Debbie 133 ................ 159 Remen, Martha 143 ........ 132, 143 Renz, Daniel 143 ............ 11, 55, 109. 111, 143 Rettberg, Gary C. 133 ........ 103, 1556 1 Ramen, christine 143 ........ ....... 1 43 Retten, Linda A. 113 ................ 173 REVELAIRES ....................... ..... 108 Reynolds, Joann 143 ................ 143 Rezner, Jane K. 113 ........ 112, 173 Rice, Thomas K. 113 ........ 56, 173 Rice, Sue 143 ........ 11, 48, 49, 71. 149 Richards, Carol A. 123 ............ 92 105, 166 Richards, Jeanine M. 113 ........ 173 Richey, Pamela 143 ........ 85, 94, 103, 143 Rickerson, Mark J. 113 ............ RIDING CLUB OFFICERS .... 96 Rieder, Diane M. 133 ........ 32, 91, 109, 110, 155, 159 Rieder, Geoffrey D. 113 ........ 67, 109 169, 173 Rieder, Michael 143 .....,.. 8, 9, 16, 84, 91, 149 Riesing, William H. 133 ..... 159 Rightmlre, Jean A. 113 ........ 112, 169, 173 Rindal, Karla M. 113 ........ 91, 93, 173 Rlngel, Colleen 143 ........ 144, 152 Ringel, Steven J. 113 ........ 65, 173 Rintz, Christopher D. 113 ........ 173 Ritche, John B. 143 ................ 144 Roach, John 143 ........ 103, 143 Robb, Brian 143 ............ ..... 1 03, 143 Robb, John S. 113 ........ .. 91 Roberts, Bonnie 143 ........................ Roberts, Larry 113 ........................ 173 Robertson, Lynn C. 123 ........ 166 Roche, Kathy M. 123 ........ 93, 162, 166 Rodig, Donald c. 113 ................ 173 Rodseth, Jeanne L. 113 ........ 61, 173 Romanenghi, Susan M. 133 Rongner, Kristina E. 133 ............ 88, 92, 94, 106, 110, Roovaart, Larry E. 123 ............ Roper, Delores 143 ............ 101, 159 86, 159 166 144 181 Rosancki, Loretta C43 ........ 99, 143 Ross, Linda. A. C23 ......., 107, 166 Ross, Richard C43 ........ 106, 107, 144 Rossi, Elizabeth C43 ,,,,,,,,,,,. 57, 61, 86, 87, 88, 132, 143, 153 Rossi, Mike J. C33 ........ 77, 111, 159 Roth. Barbara C43 ....,................... 144 Rowader, Darrell C43 ......,. 17, 109, 110, 111, 143 Rowader, Jon A. C23 .,....,.......,, 166 Rowader, Scott M, C13 , ,,,,,,,,,,, 173 Rowan, Robert G. C13 ............ 173 Rowe, Thomas J. C33 .... 25, 64, 82, 159 R0y0r. -To E. C13 .................... 173 Rozdalovsky, Shirley C33 ........ 159 Ruckoldt, Sharon L. C33 ........ 159 Rudin, Nancy J. C23 ........ 105, 106, 166 Rudy, Adrienne L. C13 ........ 169, 173 Rudy, Warren C43 .,..,..,..,,.,..,,,, 144 Rue. Karen F. C33 ................ 159 Ruff, Lawrence A. C13 ........ 59, 173 Ruff, Suzanne R. C23 ........ 93, 104, 166 Rumgay, Janet A. C13 ............ 173 Rumgay, Karen S. C43 ........ 143, 154 Running, Patricia A. C43 ........ 99, 143 Rusch, Patricia E. C23 ........ 166 Rushdi, Nina C33 ........ 92, 143, 151 159 Russell, Gary G. C23 .................... 167 Ruthenberg, Dale C33 ........ 155, 159 Ryan, Colleen A. C23 ....... . .... 166 Ryan, Patricia C13 ......,..... 169, 173 Ryan, Scott L. C23 ........ 166, 196 Rybski, James, Andrew C43 ........ 55, 68, 74, 111, 143 Ryckaert, Sheryl L. C23 ........ 57, 112, 166 Rypkema, Lenore A. C23 ...,........ 166 Rypkema, Sharon J. C13 ........ 169, 173 Rypkema, Steven G. C43 ..,.,....... 143 S St. John, Ronald B. C13 ..,..... 173 Sadecky, John L, C33 ............ 159 Sadlicki, Steve C. C23 ........ 82, 166 Sanderbeck, Connie C33 ....... . 159 Sanders, Clarke J. C13 ........ 56, 173 Sands, Tim C. C23 ........ 56, 166 Santelli, Jean Marie C33 ........ 71, 159 Santelli, Mary E. C23 ........ 71, 166 Sasai, Steven C23 ........................ 166 Sauceda, Juanita C33 ................ 165 Sauers, Gale E. C43 ........ 45, 92, 108, 110, 132, 149 Savich, Milan H. C23 ........ 56, 166 Sawusch, Kenneth D. C23 ........ 106, 107, 166 Sawyer, Patricia D. C43 ............ 143 Saxton, Barbara C13 ................ 173 Saxton, Suzanne E. C43 ........ 90, 91, 132, 143 151 Sayre, Thomas C. C33 ........ 55 66, 159 Sbertoli, John Mike C23 .... ..... 1 66 Sbertoli, Linda M. C23 . ..... 166 Scanlan, Carol A. C13 .... ..... 1 73 Schaad, Joy M. C33 ..... ..... 1 73 Schaefer, Barbara C23 .... ...... 1 66 Schaefer, James C43 ........ ..... 1 43 Schaefer, Steven C. C13 ............ 17.3 Schaefer, Suzanne C23 ......,..... 166 Schaefer, Janae C13 ............ 92, 173 Schamne, Bernadette C43 ............ 143 Scheck, Lawrence G. C13 ........ 173 Schell, Nancy M. C13 ............ 173 Schimmel, Laura L. C33 ............ 159 Schimmel, Mollie L. C13 ........ 112, 169, 173 Schinkowsky, Sandra C33 . ....... 61 92, 98, 155, 159 Schinkowsky, Susan G. C13 .... 172 Schlatterer, Donald M. C13 ........ 1565 7 Schlott, David C. C23 ............,... 166 Schmid, William F. C13 ........ 59, 173 Schmidt, John R. C33 ........ 99, 159 Schmitz, Henry 'J. C33 ............ 159 Schmoyer, Claire L. C33 ........ 18, 60, 159 Sehmoyer, Kathryn A. C33 .... 18. 60, 159 Schneider, Gary N. C33 ............ 99 Schnur, Carole C23 .................... 166 Schoell, Rick M. C33 ........ 55, 69, 78, 159 Schoepke, Linda L. C33 ........ 91, 108, 110, 159 SCHOOL BOARD ........................ 114 Schowengerdt, Rich M. C13 ........ Schramak, Jeffrey A. C13 ........ 65, 173 Schreiber, Margaret C23 ........ 93, 166 Schroeder, Mary B. C33 ........ 89, 155, 159 Schubert, Gary W. C43 . ........... 143 Schubert, Terry P. C13 .................... 182 Schulte, Richard E. C33 ........ 111, 159 Schultz, cnfford L. C43 ........ 78, 143 Schultz, Lynn A. C13 .. ...... 61, 169, 173 Schulze, Jeffery D, C43 ,.,,,,,,,,,, 143 Schwank, Robert M. C33 .... ........ 1 59 Schwartz, Barbara J. C13 ........ 173 Scofield, Marla M. C33 ........ 106, 107, 159 Scott, David P. C33 ........ 75, 159 Scott, John R. C33 ..........,..... 159 Scuddcr, Nancy B. C33 ........ 20, 57, 89, 102, 155, 159 Scudder, Susan G, C13 , ,,,,,,,, 173 Seaman, Greg S, C13 ,,,,,,,,,.,,,,.. 173 Sebesta, Cindy L. C33 ........ 86. 87, 155, 159 SECRETARIES ,,,,,,,,,,,,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 116 Seelenbinder, Susan C43 ............ 143 Sewers. Hildy M. C23 ..... 107, 166 Seevers, Mark J. C43 ........ 102, 107, 143 Seller, Jeffrey L. C23 ........ 65, 166 Selan, Cindy A. C13 ................ 173 Selleck, Jeffrey R. C33 ........ 55, 159 Sengson, Steven W. C13 ........ 100, 173 SENIOR CHOHR ........................ 110 SENIOR CLASS BOARD 182 SENIOR LEADERS .................... 57 Senne, Bonnie L. C13 ....,,,,,. ,, .,,, 173 Sentin, Diane C. C13 ........ B, 173, 175 Sepp, Linda S. C13 ..,......,.......... 173 Sergey, Arthur J. C43 ................ 143 Sergey, Thomas M. C13 ........ 99, 173 Serine, Richard C33 ............... . 159 Severson, Scott A, C43 ............ 143 Sevilla, Debra A. C13 ...,.... 61, 93, 173 Sevilla, Victoria C23 ................ 166 Saxton, Barbara J. C13 ..... ............ Sexton, Lloyd C23 .......,...... ....... 1 66 Shaffer, Glen K. C13 ....,, ....... 1 T3 Shalt, Diane C. C43 ....... .... 1 43 Shalt, Fred H. C33 55, 159 Shanley, Jolm P. C43 .,,... ...,.,. 1 45 Shanley, Mary L. C13 .... ..... 1 69, . 173 Shartle, Robert G. C43 ......... 145 Shattuck, Terry L. C23 ............ 173 Shaw, Stephanie Ann C33 ............ 159 Sheahen, Kevin D. C13 ..,..... 56, 97. 173 Sheahan, Michael G. C33 ........ 97, 98, 159 Sherman, Barbara L. C23 ........ 110, 166 Sherman, Denise M. C23 ...... .. 107, 166 Shervey, Geoffrey C. C13 ........ .... 1 73 Sheviak, Kimberly G. C43 ........ 106, 107, 110, 145 Shields, Gregory L. C13 . ........... 173 Shields, Susan J. C23 ........ 83, 90, 107, 171 Shimer, Susan J. C33 ............ 159 Short, Jay L. C13 .......... ...... 1 73 Short, William J. C43 ...... 145 Shotwell, William D. C13 ............ 173 Shrum, Rose C43 .................... 145 Sfhuman, Kristin M. C13 ........ 169. 173 Shumate. Jeffrey T. C43 ..... .... 1 45 Sliumate, Patricia A. C33 ........ 159 Sieferman, Glenn E. C43 . ....... 145 Sieferman, Janet L. C13 . .... 173 Sieger, Alan D. C43 ................ 145 Siegfried, April J. C23 ........ 93, 106, 107, 166 Simon, Jeffrey J. C13 ........ 65, 173 Simon, Linda L. C33 ........ 71, 159 Simon, Lynn A. C13 .... ......... 1 73 Simon, Nancy E. C23 ........ 57, 92, 112, 166 Simpson, John C. C13 ............... ..... Sivertsen, Laura K. C23 ........ 92, 162, 166 Skarra, Leslie L. C33 ........ 90, 91, 112, 155, 159 SKI CLUB ........... - .............. - ....... 96 Skoglund, Donna J. C23 .... .... 1 01, 166 Slrolnik, Edward C23 ................ 166 Skolnilc, Robert D. C13 ........ 59, 173 Skorvanek. Ludovik C23 ........ 94, 166 Sleger, Alan C43 ............... ... 145 Slezak, John C23 ............., .... 1 66 Slezak, Judith A. C13 .... ........ 1 73 Slinkard, Troy A. C23 ............ 56, 79, 166 Sluka, Ellen C43 ......... ............ .... 1 4 5 Sluka, Steven M, C13 ............ 173 Small, Suzanne L. C23 ............ 110, 166 Smith, D. Craig C33 ........ 78. 159 Smith, Deborah C33 ........ 90, 91 159 Smith, Gail B. C23 ..... ....... 9 2, 166 Smith, Jeffrey D. C43 ........ 89. 145 Smith, Joan D. C33 ........ 61, 93, 159 Smith, Maurita A. C23 ..... ........ 1 66 Smith, Melville B. C33 ........ 108, 110, 111, 155, 159 Smith, Patricia A. C43 .......... 90, 91, 145 Smith, Patricia M. C43 . ....... 145 Smith, Paula R. C23 ,,.,,,, ,,,,,, 1 66 Smith, Sharon A, C43 ,,,,, ,,,,,,,, 9 5 Smith, Sheryl A. C33 ............ 159 Smith, Steve L, C23 ,,,, , ,,,,,,,,,,, 166 Smith, Stephen M. C13 ........ 109, 169, 173 Smith, Susan Kaye C13 ........ 61, 173 Smith, Terry Anne C23 ,,.,,,,,,,,, 166 Snelten, Thomas G, C33 ,,,,,,,,,,,, 159 Snyder, Catherine C33 ........ 155, 159 Snyder, Constance C33 ,,,,,,,,,,,, 159 Snyder, Mark J, C13 ,.,.,,,,,,,,,,,, 173 Snyder, Mary C. C13 ........ 84, 169, 173, 175 Snyder, Matthew C43 ........ 99, 145, 150 SOCCER CLUB ............... .......... 9 5 Sacha, Diane C33 ,,.,.,,,.,.,,,,,,,,,,,,, 159 Soclerstrom, Jean E. C13 ........ 112, 169, 173 Solger, Catherine M. C13 ........ 173 SOPHOMORE CLASS BOARD 162 Sorell, Henry O. C13 ................ 173 Sorensen, Michael A. C23 ........ 166 Sorensen, Richard L. C13 ............ 173 Southard, Robert G. C13 . ....... 59, 173 Sowka, Alan C43 ,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,, 9 9 Spaeth, Tom B. C23 ...,. .,.... 1 66 SPANISH CLUB ...,,.,,.,.,.. ,...,.. 9 3 Spears, Elise M. C43 ...,....... . .,.., 150 Spencer, Janet Sue C13 ................ 173 Spencer, Laurie J. C23 ....,,,,.,,,,,,, 166 Spethmann, Daniel G. C13 ........ 59, 65, 173 Spethmann, Nancy A. C33 ........ 159 Spethmann, Susan P. C43 ........ 21, 103, 145 Spiekerman, Mary A. C13 ........ 173 Spies, Joy Marie C43 ................ 145 Splitt, Marie C23 ............................ 166 Splitt, Michael D. C33 ........ 58, 159 Spoerlein, Alice M. C23 ........ 93, 166 Spoerlein, Robert L. C43 ........ 145 Sporlecler, William W. C43 ........ 145 SPRING PLAY ............................ 45 steam, Diane E. C43 .....,.. 71, 92, 111, 149 Staahl, Michael P. C13 ........ 107, 173 STAGE BAND .....,.. . ..,,............... 107 Stains, Scott F. C13 ............ 169, 17 Stanczak, Elizabeth C23 ............ 166 Stanczak, Michael W. C13 ........ 56. 173 Stanczak, Richard J. C43 ........ 22, 23, 45, 82, S4, 145 Stanley, F. Mark C13 ........ 59, 65. 174 Stanley, Ron W. C33 ........... .... . 159 Stanley, Timothy G. C13 ............ 174 Stansbury, Dean P. C33 ........ 159 Stansbury, Monica J. C43 ........ 111, 132, 145 Starek, Bruce A. C33 ........ 74, 159 Starr, Steven, C33 .................... 159 Staub, Nancy J. C13 ................ 174 Stauder, Stephanie C23 ........ 61, 92, 155 Stauder, Daniel C33 ........ 103, 159 Stebbins, Patricia L. C23 ...... . 105. 166 Steele, Dennis M. C13 . ....... 91, 109. 174 Steele, Jeffrey A. C33 ........ 108, 111, 159 Steele, Meryl Lee J. C23 ........ 110, 166 Stefanik, Terrence S. C13 ..... ,. 174 Stegemeyer, Sally C33 ............ 159 Stein, Patrice E. C33 ...... 105. 159 Stein, William E. C13 ............ 174 Steiner, Wilbert J. C33 106, 107, 159 Steingraber, Scott C23 ........ 75, 166 Steineman, Denise D. C33 ........ 93, 112. 159 Stephens, Karen L. C23 .----... 71. 112, 166 Stephens, Martha Jo C43 ............ 145 Stevens, Charles C33 ............ 69, 159 Stevens, Gary David C33 . .......... . 159 Stevens, Kathi Jo C13 .... ..... 1 74 Stevens, Linda L. C13 .... .... . 174 Sternberg, Susan C43 ........ ...... 1 45 Stigger, Alice C43 ............ .............. Stinson, Bruce A. C13 ............ 56 Stipp, James K. C43 ........ 29, 46, 68, 82, 132, 145 Stockdale, David K. C33 ........ 96, 159 Stockdale, Jeffrey K. C43 ...... ........... Stoffel, Harold R. C33 ........................ Stoker, Deborah K. C33 .. ...... 159 Stoker, Peggy L. C13 ........ 81, 169, 174 stan, Jim E. C23 .................... 166 Stout, Dennis L. C23 ........ 64, 112, 166 Stout, Warren C. C43 ................ 150 Stratos, Christopher C13 ............ 174 Stratton, David R. C13 ,,,,,,,,,,,, 174 Stratos, Lucy A. C33 ................ 159 Strauss, Janice C43 ............ 99, 145 Streif, Germaine G. C13 ............ 174 Strickler, William C. C43 ........ 145 StI'0ben, Gail MI. C33 ....,........... 159 Stubbs, Cheryl A. C33 ............ 159 Stubing, Robert L. C23 .,...... 74, 75, 166 STUDENT COUNCIL ..... ........ 8 4 STUDENT FORUDI ....... ....... 1 02 Stull, James N. C13 ....... ....... . . 174 Stull, Peter A. C23 ............ 73, 166 Stumpf, Donald E. C43 ........ 23, 48, 49, sz, 145 Stumpf, Gary L. C23 ..,...,..,.,,............... Sublette, Claudia C23 ............ 33, 166 Sublette, Gerard C43 ............ 16, 91, 111, 145 Suchomski, Kenneth G. C43 ........ 99, 146 Sundeen, Nancy L. C13 ............ 174 Sundeen, Janet G. C23 ............ 166 Sundeen, Susan L. C43 ........ 111, 149 Sundquist, Karen L. C13 ........ 174 Sundquist, Rick L. C23 ........ 61. 166 Sundquist, Sharen L. C13 ............ 174 Sundstrom, Sigrld C43 ................ 149 Surge, Thomas C33 .................... 159 Swanson, Jan C33 ........ 57, 39. 155. 159 Swanson, Roger C33 ........ 95, 98, 99, 100, 159 Sward, Thomas W. C43 -. .......... 146 Sweeney, Michael J. C13 ............ 174 Sweeney, Pat C43 ........ 132, 146 Swenson, Randy R. C13 ........ 174 SXVDIMING ............ 24. 25. 64. 65 Swisher, Richard T. C23 ............ 166 Syoen, David C. C33 ............ 159 T Taege, Jack A. C33 .... ..... 1 59 Tampa, Ann A- C43 ..-...- ------ 1 45 Tannery, George, F.C43 ............ 146 Tannery, Jane E. C13 ......... 174 Tarchala, Bill F. C23 ........ 65. 166 Taylor, Deborah K. C33 ........ 159 Taylor, Patricia A. C43 ........ 146 Taylor, Risann C13 . -.--... 169. 174: Taylor, Susan M. C43 ..... ....... 1 46 Temko, Glenn T. C43 ............ 146 Temko, Joe E. C23 ........ 67, 166 Temko, Valerie M. C13 ........ 60, 174 Templin, Ken C43 .................-.. 99 TENNIS ............ 36, 37, 74. '75 Tetrev, Edward V. C33 ............ 159 Tetrev, Laura Julie C13 ............ 174 Teuber, Scott W. C33 ........ 14, 15. 35. 58. 73, 82. 159 Teuchert, Deborah A. C23 ........ 92. 162, 166 Teuchert, Pamela J. C33 ........ 111. 159 Thai, Jeffrey S. C13 ........ 56, 174 Thal, Kevin C23 ........... -... 56. 156 Thalman, Deborah A. C23 ........ 1136 1 Thalman, Michael J. C13 .....,.. 56. 174 Thelander, Margaret C23 ........ Thielcn, Debra K. C23 ..... . 166 Thielen, Lois R. C33 ...-...----- 159 Thicman, Jeff S. C33 --.----- 25. 64. 75 82, 159 Thiessen, Abbe L. C33 ..--.------ . -.-- 159 Thlessen, Richard H. C13 ........ 174 Thomas, Barbara E. C13 ........ 112, 174 Thomas, David J. C13 ............ 174 Thomas, Joy E. C23 .-.-,.-- 101. Thomas, Ronda D. C23 ............ 171 Thomas, Virginia L. C13 ....-.-------,-. Thompson, Gail A. C23 .... .... 1 07, 166 Thompson, Karen L. C33 .-..-..- 90. 91, 159 Thompson, Marjorie A. C13 ........ Thompson, Paul A. C43 ........ 85. 95, 98, 103, 107, 110, 146 Thornton, Brian E. C23 ............ 166 Thorsen, Ray M. C23 ........ 79. 166 Thorsen, Donna C33 ........ 110, 159 Thrasher, Nadine D. C33 ....... . IJ Tibbits, Cory N. C33 ........ 75, 106, 107, 159 Timm, David J. C33 ........ 159 Tindall, Marcia C23 ........ 91, 110. 166 Toberman, Deborah J. C13 ........ 174 Toberman, Mark J. C23 ........ 55. 166 Tollefson, Eric C23 ------- -4.--- 5 6. 166 Tollefson, John R. C43 -----.-- 146 Tollefson, Julie R. C33 ........ 159 Tomei, Elizabeth J. C33 ........ 61, 159 Tonnesen, Deborah J. C23 ........ 166 Topalovich, Walden C23 .... .... 1 73 Topp, Michael C23 ........ 64, 65. 166 Torno, Robert W. C43 Townsend, Alan C43 ....,....... 146 Townsend, Cathy J. C33 ,....... 57. 155, 159 Townsend, Patricia C33 ........ 81, 159 Townsend, Shelley C33 ....,.,. 71, 15556 1 Townsend, Terri C23 ...A.... 71, 162, 166 TRACK ....... -. ..,. ... ....... 34, 35, '72, '78 Traina, Terence C. C43 ............ 146 Travers, Emadene C23 ..A..... 57, 166 Tremblay, David R. C13 ..,..... 59, 174 Tremblay, Terry C23 .................... 166 TRIPLE "S" OFFICERS ........ 108 Trulove, Gayle C23 ........ 162, 166 Trulove, Herbert C43 ........ 103, 146 Trummer, Terry E. C1 3 ........ 112, 174 Trummer, Tim R. C33 .....,.......... 159 Tubbs, David K. C13 ..,......... 174 Tuomi, Mary C43 ............ 85, 109, 110, 111, 146 Turkcan, Cathy M. C33 ........ 71, 155. 159 Turkcan, Elizabeth C43 ........ 21, 146 Turkcan, Mark T. C13 ........ 56, 174 Turner, Claudia C23 . .... ........ 1 66 Turner, Richard N. C13 ........ 59, 174 Turney, Larry R. C33 ........ 159 Turney, Lorel C43 ............ 99, 146 U Ullrlch, David C43 ..,..... 88, 89, 90, 91, 102, 146 Ulrich, Judith B. C13 ........ 61, 92, 174 Umblenstock, Randy J. C13 ........ 174 Underwood, Lou Ann C43 ........ 111, ' 146 Underwood, Sharon L. C13 ........ 174 Ungaro, Patricia C43 ................ 146 Ungaro, Thomas C43 . .....,. ,.,.. 1 46 Urban, Nancy A. C23 .... ..,.. 1 66 Urick, Maryann C33 .................... 159 Uselding, Cheryl T. C13 ........ 112, 174 Uselding, Lynnda C43 .... .... 1 46 V VanBladel, Robert C43 .... ..... .,..... 1 4 6 Van Bladel, Patricia C13 ....,,., 174 Vandellen, Scott C23 ........ 56, 166 Van de Merkt, John C33 ........ 159 Vandy, Joy C23 ..........................., 166 Vanek, Deborah C43 ........ 111, 149 Vanek, Nancy L. C33 .....,.. 111, 109. 159 Vanveen, John D. C33 ......,. 38, 39, 76, 82, 159 Van Winkle, Wesley, C43 91 Vasquez, Nora C23 ........ 100, 166 Vinson, Cheryl C13 ................ 174 Vlcek, Robert J. C33 ....,........... 159 Vogel, Catherine A. C13 ............ 174 Vogel, Debra C43 .,...... 57, 61, 111, 148 Vogeler, Sandy D. C33 ........ 57, 96. 107, 110, 111, 155, 160 Vogt, Fred A. C23 .................... 166 Voight, Gary V. C23 ............,....... 166 Volse, Adrelnne C43 ........ 71, 91, 110, 111, 132, 146, 154 Volland, Lana R. C33 ........ 61, 81. 104. 160 Vollendorf, Kim D. C23 ........ 56, 79, 166 Vombrack, Cathy C43 ........ 112, 150 Von Ebers, Stephen C43 ........ 27, 82, 150 Von Gerhard, Ralph V. C23 ........ 166 VV Wacaser, Carolyn C43 -------- 111. 145 Wadsworth, Donna C43 ........ 105. Weidner, Dale L. C43 ............ Weidner, Dorothy A. C43 ............ Weidner, Helen I. C13 ............ Weidner, Terence A. C33 Weidner, Vince W. C43 ........ 58, Weidner, Vickie L. C13 Weller, MaryBeth C33 ........ Weiler, Michael J. C43 ........ 109, 111, 146 Wadzita, Cynthia L. C33 ....,... 81. 160 Wagner, Alan F. C23 ........ 106, 10876 1 Wagner, Carl N. C13 ........ 107, 174 Wagner, Cynthia A. C23 ........ 61, 167 Wagner, Evelyn C43 ........ 106, 107, 146 Wagner, Laura C23 ......... ..... 1 67 Wagner, Linda C43 ........,........... 151 Wagner, Richard C. C23 ............ 167 Wakely, Mary Elaine C13 .....,.. 174 Wakely, Richard C43 ..... ........... 1 46 Waldbuesser, Linda C33 .... ..... 1 60 Waldbuesser, Nancy C43 ........ Walker, Beverly J. C33 . ........ 160 Wallier, Brian C23 ........ 56, 167 Walker, Dean D. C33 ....-.---------- 160 Walker, Timothy E. C13 ............ 174 Wall, Margaret L. C23 ............ 167 Wall, Norman, C43 ..,............. 146 Wallner, James C43 ........ 107. 146 Wallner, Laurel E. C23 ........ 92, 110, 162, 167 Wallner, Marilyn C13 ........ 112, 174 Wallner, Richard ..., ...................- 1 07 Walsh, Carol C23 ...........,........ 167 Walsh, John K. C33 .......-..-- 55. 160 Walsh, Katherine A. C33 ........ 71, 155, 160 Walsh, Michael C43 . ............... 146 Walsh, Pamela M. C23 ........ 1, 167 Walsh, Patricia C43 ........ 71, 132, 146 Walter, Linda A- C43 . ------- 106. 107, 146 Walters, Janet L. C43 ........ 111, 132, 146 Walters, Robert J. C13 ........ 55, 109, 174 Walworth, Bonnie L. C43 ........ 146 Walthouse, Michael C33 ....... 160 Ward, Douglas S. C43 .... .,... 1 46 Ward, Kathleen A. C33 ..., . 160 Ward, Kimberly S. C23 ........ 167 Ward, Robert S. C13 ........ 65, 174 Ware, Linda K. C43 ..,,........ 89 Warnecke, Nancy C23 ....,........... 167 Warnecke, Robert C. C13 ........ 564i 17 Warns, Michael T. C23 ........ 103, 162, 167 Warr, Jeffrey C. C43 .................... Watland, Gregory A. C23 ........ 56, 167 Waxstein, Marty C33 .... ..,..... .... 1 6 0 Waxstein, H. Robert C13 ........ 174 Wayman, Patricia L. C43 ........ 146 Webb, Melissa A. C13 ............ 174 YVeber, Anita M. C13 ................ 174. Weber, Ann M. C23 ........,..,.... 167 Weber, Bod, C23 ............ 56, 167 Weber, Donald J. C13 ................ 174 Weber, Michael S. C43 ........ 12, 55, 82, 146 Weber, Patricia A. C33 ............ 160 VVeber, Ronald W. C33 ..... 160 Weber, Sandra M. C23 ....... 167 Weber, scott M. C13 ................ 174 Weber, Stacia A. C23 ........ 84, 112, 167 Wleber, Steven M. C13 ............ 174 Weeg, Mark C. C33 ............ 74, 160 Wegner, Gary R. C43 ....,....... 72, 103, 147 Wehmann, David L. C23 ........ 56, 167 Wehmann, Stephen F. C33 ....... . 92, 110, 111, 155, 160 Wehrmeister, Jeffrey C43 ....... 147 VVeicle, David E. C33 ........ ...... 1 60 71. 82, Weller, Timothy W. C13 ............ Wellhausen, Sharon C23 . 93, Iii, Wells, Doug L. C23 ......... ....... Wells, Ken G. C33 .. ............. . Wells, Richard W. C43 ..,..... Welton, M. Bill C23 ...... .. Wendorf, Lorie A. C43 ...... . 105. 111, 55, . 57, 132. Wendorf, Todd W. C13 ............ Wenzel, Mary J. C23 ........ Werfelmann, Paul W. C33 Werklng, Mark K. C23 ....... 71 91, 110, T352 . 95. Werner, Barry R. C23 ..... Werner, Carol E. C23 ................ Westedt, Cherie Ann C43 .....,.. 99, Westphal, Christine C23 ........ 94, 162, Wlestphal, Marcia A. C23 ........ Westphall, Linda S. C33 ........ 92, 110, 112, 155, Westwood, Linda L. C33 ........ Wetton, Kerry Elain C33 ........ Wheaton, June C23' ................ Wheaton, Robert C23 .......... ...... Wheeler, Lynne M. C23 ....... White, David J. C23 ................ Whiting, Deborah J. C43 ........ 85, 106, 110, Whiting, Sharon K. C13 ........ 112, Whitnell, Jane E. C43 ..,...,. 57, 132, Whittier, Susan B. C33 Wickless, Michael J. C13 .,.......... Wickless, Kathy A. C33 ....... . .... Wickless, Susan C23 ........ 100, Wickless Steven J 23 ............ . - C Wickstrom, Lorie R. C23 110 162 , Wiederhold, Kevin R. C13 Wiederhold, Kyle C43 ...... Wiegel, Karen M. C13 ........ Wiegel, Richard J. C23 ........,,,. Wllblns, Michael K. C33 ........... Wtilbins, Peggy A. C23 Wilke, Linda C. C13 ........ 147 147 174 160 147 174 160 147 17 4 91, 167 167 160 147 71. 167 94, 147 174 100, 167 160 59. 167 167 167 57. 147 92, 167 167 57. 160 166 160 167 167 167 167 71, 147 71, 174 86, 147 111, 160 174 160 167 167 103. 167 174 100, 61, 112, Wilkinson, Dorlnda C33 ............ Wlll, Timothy S. C23 ........ 75, Will, Trevor J. C33 ...,.... 69, 75, Willcox, Judy J. C43 ........ 71, Willcox, Steven C. C13 ............ Williams, Brian K. C13 ............ Williams, Janet J. C23 ....,....... Williams, Ray Wayne C23 ........ Williams, Robert B. C33 Wille, William M. C43 174 167 . 78 167 105. 174 160 167 160 150 174 174 167 167 107. 160 99 167 160 84, 174 167 147 174 160 17 4 96. 146 32 167 Wilson, Ann C23 ........ 106, 107, Wilson, Bob W. C33 ................ Wilson, Cynthia R. C13 .,...... 61, 169, Wilson, Jean M. C23 ............ Wilson, Karen L. C43 .... , .... Wilson, Richard C. C13 ............ Wilson, Robert W. C33 ............ Windheim, Christie A. C13 ........ Wlnkelman, Delynn C. C43 ........ 111, VVINTER PLAY .,,,.,,.,,..,.,.,,...,.,..,, Winters, Beth A. C23 ..., .... 1 00, Winters, Chris P. C13 ........ Winters, John C23 ............. 174 167 Winters, Mark V. C43 . ........... 147 Wlrka, Mary M. C23 ........ 162, 167 Wit, Samuel J. C43 ........ 35, 55, 71, S2, 150 Witcher, Kathleen H. C33 ........ 71, 160 Witcher, William L. C43 ........ 24, 25, 64, 82, 147 Witt, Robin E. C33 ........ 61, 160 Wojtkiewicz, James P. C13 ........ 67. 174 Wojtkiewicz, Susan C43 ........ 57, 85. 94, 111, 147 Wblod, William C33 .... .... 7 7, 160 Wolter, Kristine T. C43 ........ 71, 92, 110, 111, 132, 147 Wood, Katherine C23 ........ 112, 167 Woods, Anne M. C23 ........ 61, 92, 112, 162, 167 Woods, Creston L. C13 ........ 56, 174 Woods, Gayle C23 ............ 84, 167 Woods, Theresa M. C13 ........ 112, 174 Woodward, James C43 ............ 148 Woss, Raymond P. C33 ........ 160 Wotruba, Barbara C33 ............ 160 Wotruba, Nancy J. C13 ............ 174 Woulf, Philip C23 ........................ 167 Wray, Barbara C23 ............ 61, 167 Wray, Laura A. C33 ........ 61, 104, 105, 160 WRESTLING ............ 22, 23, 62. 63 Wright, Mary B. C13 ............ 61, 174 Wright, Susan C43 ............ 99, 150 Wroblewski, Marilyn C43 ........ 71, 150 Wroblewski, Mike C23 ....... . 67, 75, 167 Wuestenfeld, Lisa A. C13 ........ 174 Wulbecker, Jeffrey A. C13 ........ 91, 93. 100, 174 Wunderle, Douglas C23 ,,,,,,,,,,,, 167 Wyatt, Debra A. C43 ............ 151 Wysocki, Carl C23 ............ 93, 167 Y Yarno, Alice M. C13 .... ..... 1 74 Yarno, Bruce C13 . ........ ........ 1 74 Yeazel, Scott C23 ......................... . ...... Yee, Mayjean C13 ......,. 112, 174 Yelavlch, Leeann M. C13 ....... 104, 112, 174 Yonkers, Christine C23 ........ 112, 167 Yore, Michael C23 ............ ...... 1 67 YOTKE. M5-YY C23 -........... .,.. 1 67 Yorke, Michael K, C33 ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 58, 73, 160 Yorke, Patrick C43 ........ 72, 148 Young, Dominique C13 ............ 174 Yung, Ken S. C13 ....... .......... 5 6 Z Zacharias, Donald C33 ........ 55, 160 Zachwieja, Joan M. C13 ..,......... 174 Zachwieja, Valerie J. C33 ....,... 99. 160 Zaker, Janet L. C13 ..,..,.,..,.,... 174 Zaker, Robert ........................................ Zaksas, Richard C23 ..... . ..,... 56, 167 Zalud, Patricia C43 ........ 61, 85, 103, 110, 111, 132, 148 Zaucha, Kathleen M. C13 ............ 174 Zeller, Pamela A. C23 ............ 174 Zilen, Elizabeth C43 ..... 16, 32, 85, 94, 110, 111, 150 Zimmer, Joan C23 ,..,....,,,,,,,.,,,, 167 Zimanzl, Jill A. 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