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

 - Class of 1971

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'x S , i 1 ' Q- i. rn L - -F 'Xxx-, i - - K People Grouping tbougbtg .reeking to .fbape afifzbnf of tenderer tomowowg developing 1"6W6l1"dZ.7'lg .f6lfZ:f'f6lClZ.07flJI People .ZJ81".f01'l6llZ'Z1fJ' multqabling- mingling flour divzkling 1 Q", . - rf 1 L: .v " ' F2 ' 2 ,gf H' V 5' , l 5 L an ineliifzklual realize remaining confufiong combatting challenging jgneling Juccexgful failures L0ying.Ajfeari'ng dreaming until the race if won, concluded And we have arrived achieved Yet- deftiny calls to the morning .run It if but tlae awakening the dawning the rebirth. 12 -Kriktina Rongner Adminiftmtion Of untold yemcr and oupimtiong longingg ftrivingg Y ,f .1- Jr 'H :5 v -A, f' W fzfsrfi Q 'FEL "' 5, -.ggi A O il? fs, . sr, 1' vp-A fi is-5X1Q,, Fearless Five Administer The ehool Policies And Traditions PM ,rm Mr. john Rowe, Ar1ington's Assistant Principal for Instructional Services, pauses as he enters his office to complete work on the many tasks with which he is involved. E f ,Q FP Director of Student Activities, Vincent Ahnquist takes a moment from his busy schedule to check a date on his calendar. Mr. WVaara takes a minute from his very busy schedule of directing AHS affairs, to strike .a pose for the photographer. William Powell, Assistant Principal of Arlington, reconsiders traditions at the request of several dissatisfied students. Holding fates of Arlington Scholars in his hands, Mr. Vena, Dean of Students anxiously awaits an early phone call. 15 Punctual ecretaries Practice Their B C's As Mrs. Wolff awaits more work with which to busy herself, she ponders upon an old cliche, "secretary's work is never done." "Bored" was a word that the AHS secretaries did not have time to stop and contemplate. Answering the never-ending jobs of attendance sheets, admit- tance procedures, classroom preparations, mailroorn announcements, and correspondence, the skillful sec- retaries met the challenge of their work with zest. Mrs. Gast and the many other helpful secretaries completed the tasks that filled their weeklong hours to help the faculty, students, and other personnel function with ease. Again this year the Arlington cooks have been able to bring pleasure to the hungry multitudes. Under the direction of head cook, Mrs. Hill, and district sup- ervisor, Mrs. Woolsencroft, new foods such as "malt- ed milks" were added to the variety of dishes from salad to dessert being provided for the larger lunch shifts. To serve the students more efficiently, a new "hot" line with lunches in a basket was offered a- long with the traditional cookie line and ever-expand ing candy line. Magnificent appearance throughout - these were the words that the Arlington High School custodians strived to accomplish. Washing and waxing endless stretches of floor was only one of the many odd jobs performed by the hard-working custodial staff. Ser- vices, such as continuous heat and light, that are tak- en for granted by most, were accomplished by the competent men and women. The custodial staff under the direction of Mr. Leark, put in many long tedious hours of work in order to maintain the high stan- dard of cleanliness in the halls of Arlington. SECRETARIES Mrs. Gast, Mrs. Wolff, Mrs. Corkell, Mrs. Kitvman, Mrs. Nagor- Front Row: Mrs. Bransreuter, Mrs. McKay, Mrs. Kratsch, Mrs. ney, Mrs. Corts, Mrs. Gray, Mrs. Wagner, Mrs. Semple, Mrs. Uppling, Mrs. Leeming, Mrs. Gillon. Second Row: Mrs. Bruhnke, Rudd, Mrs. Kamps, Mrs. Timm. - 16 my xv 1 fx 'A 1 Q ' ll' . L sf: A .3 T .4 - 1 :xy a Sf 1.51, -mi' 4 In lla? as Y l Dont Row Mary Zitzer, Dorothy Chidley, Laverne Reider, Lucille Mtuiiiaro record clerk Ruth Naughton, Manager Char- lotte Hill Second Row Maxeen Curtis, Francis I-Izirry, Martha A it . o o A ' ., '. 11" 'iz - r I 1 . !.'T7"i'5f'pl-Q y . gf '. Y I 'I' A -,G 2' " Y - gig fy,f My A X A ' ' I f In wrvv V f :Mi . ,N A ,,,,, W -V t A - fm. it LE f 4 Sf - ' 7:4 M ', 1 '1.' V xlfllbi . ' Q ith. -- 19 . J 1Qig,',q.i5s.,,q,..g.g g f U J I IH Sardiga, Flo Haines, Loraine Radtke, Marilyn Sundquist, Mil- dred Wiltgen. Third Row: Elenor Hoffman, Kelly Merges, Lor- raine Marzelek, Lorraine Hausknecht, Shirley Kruser, Carol Bruns, Lorraine Geiser. Hey dont I get some sort of a merit CUSTODIANS O Dishes And Brooms X Ek , tr - , ,cl H WiMTg'252 ' L 4 gases . m in ' , Vi - t ' . " W H' H. K - X--gif! " ' 57 1 'vb - V . , V N She W ' A ' ll' , W ii 1, ' , H 'Z ,Y '. ,Li I . . 1 - . In -I X T -, 4 A , ,fx .t As, bulge for cleming my plate?" asks a con- Front Row: A. Putz, L. Schurr, S. Markovic, A. Hatterdort, H. Leark. Second Row: noisseur of the delicious cafeteria cuisine. M. Klein, A. Meyer, F. Gordon, H. Schmuchal, L. C bb ra , J. VanEs, M. Umbdenstock. I7 Faculty 1 S Wifi .,.,,..,,.:A::..,. ll 0 2 S - Sb , 'I :l:' l:1:-:- :-: . N s me gs H I' H ,jx Ea U - A H if ea - 1' ,- .... r., was E , : - is .,..: :es . ' 4 5 v A' Y f if gi? 1 n 1 -. s 5 E ii E a 3 . K N a 1 f Vlwfgfi- , 4 'swf , ,-,4 "" if ' "" ff X I if 5, Y . se' H ,223 , W 4 , A la - ' fi l 5 -w -1 , 'xg E? I 1 wa' ,fi :.:.:.: k in E .5 in-,X Qiiiiiii " 5 '5 Q ,As it fs 'A .. ::1.r:i::,:f:.:s:-:a-? 34- 55 gk E, r EM: 11 his F Mrs.-Allgallel' Mr. Andersen CANDY ALLGAUER, B.A., English, Literary Supplementg DONALD ANDERSEN, B.S., M.A.E., Physical Education, Swim- ming, Timettesg LINDA AN DERSEN, B.S., Physical Education, Coronetsg RUSSELL ATTIS, B.S., M.S., Director of Physical Education and Athleticsg PETER BABRIS, B.A., M.A., Foreign Language, Russian Clubg GREGORY BENES, B.S., Social Science, Football, Wrestlingg MERLE- BETTERMAN, B.A., M.A., Division Head for Bus. Ed., Hmkg., Ind. Ed., Voc., Bus. Ed. Clubg ROBERT BOESEL, B.A., M.A., English, Heights, Quill Sz Scroll, Chess Clubg PHILIP BREIDING, B.S., M.S., Speech 'Ilherapyg GARY BRODNAN, B.A., M.A., Social Sci- ence, Basketball, Tennis: WILLIAM BURKE, B.S.S., M.A. Mathematics, MARILYN CAINE, B.A., Foreign Language: LILLIAN CALLIHAN, B.E., M.B.A., Business Education, Bus. Ed. Club: NICHOLAS' CIULLA, B.S., Libraryg HOWETT CLANEY, B.A., M.A., Counselor, Junior Class Sponsor. Mr. Benes S 5 Mr. Betterman s Q R 2 H ' s . :fi 1 ,S a E is 7 A 4 s is N a s xi Miss Caine Miss Callihan 18 Mr. Attis Mrs. Andersen Mr. Babris --lm fwrfx Mr. Boesel Mr. Breiding I Mr. Brodnan Mr. Burke Mr. Ciulla Mrs. Clanev N s as ' a H ,,.,, W HF as a ...- "w s -a 'll 'f - fs H W ' I E. .M ...K 7 . . Miss Cobb Mrs. Corcoran Mrs. Denison Mrs. Dietrich .ln H ' 'kim sl Mrs. Dunne , as 5 ,H , E mga -, . Q .. ,hs , sf , M, , , , 5 A Mrs. Ferrell Mr. Fish ROBERT CLARK, JR., -B.A., M.S., Counselor, Sophomore Class Sponsorg BETTY COBB, B.A., ,M.A., English, National Honor Society, MARY LOUISE CORCORAN, Ph.B., English, State- ments, MARTHA CRAIG, A.B., M.A., Counselor, Freshman Class Sponsor, Student Council: JOHN CUTLIP, B.S., M.S., Business Education, Football, Wrestling, "A" Clubg NANCY DENISON, B.A., Foreign Language, MARGUERITE DIE- TRICH, B.S., M.A., Foreign Language, Future Teachers of America: ALLAN DORN, B.S., M.A., Counselor, Sophomore Class Sponsor: DON DRAIN, B.S., M.S., Mathematics, Bas- ketball, Baseball, JOYCE DUNNE, B.A., M.S., English: WIL- LIAM EITEMILLER, B.A., M.A., Mathematics: JACK EM- ERY, B.S., M.Ed., Counselor, Freshman Class Sponsor: PHYL- LIS FERRELL, B.S., M.Ed., -Mathematics, Variety Show: JOHN FISH, B.S., M.S., Mathematics, JOHN FITZGERALD, B.A., English, Variety Show. -ns , s sis s Miss Craig Mr. 'Dorn Mr. Eitemiller sf ,g,n.::.s, M s ll :-eg. G.. , J. 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E .A Iss? s I 4, sg, 5 H A Mrs. Ford Miss Frey Mr. Gardner Mr, Gellert Mrs. Gilleland its Mrs. Hagey Mr. Haines JULIUS FLIEHLER, B.SL, M.A., Science, Football, Wrestling Biology Clubg MARGARET FORD, R.N., Nurse, Future Nurses Clubg JANE FREY, B.E., M.A., English, National Honor So- ciety, THOMAS FRIEL, B.A., M.A., English, Technical Direc- tor for Plays, AMADO GARCIA, JRQ, B.S., M.A., Science, Rifle Club, JOHN GARDNER, B.A., M.S., Mathematics, Soccer Club, Swimming: BRUNO GELLERT, B.S., M.A., Foreign Language, German Club, HOWARD GIBSON, B.A., M.A., Business Edu- cation, Key Clubg JANET GIBSON, B.A., English, Debate, National Forensic League, KATHERINE GILLELAND, B.S., Physical Education, Girls' Athletic Association, LILLIAN GRAGG, B.S,, M.A., Mathematics, Future Teachers of Ameri- ca: WYLMA GUILFOIL, B.S., M.L.S., Librarian, MARILYN HAGEY, B.S., Mathematics, Triple "S", -CHARLES HAINES, P.H.B., M.A., Mathematics, Football, Basketballg MARCIA HAMMOND, B.S., Science, Medical Career's Club. 1 7 was :isa ::: H H ll E li 5 E E 5' s E SS H Mr. Friel s -as Mr. Gibson Mrs. Gragg Mrs. Hammond iss , swms - Us sig V-.. ,,,, ,,. ,..,-.,,, J, ....,q,,.. 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Athletic Association, Tennis Team, Badminton Team: PAMELA JASON, B.S., Science: HUGH' JONES, B.S., M.S., M.A.T., Science Department Chairmang MARILYN KANE, B.S., M.A., Home Economics, National Hon- or Society, Home Economics Careers Club: EUGENE KAVA- NAUGH, B.S., M.A., Audio-Visual Director, AudiofVisual and, Eamira. Culbg BARBARA KELL, B.AL, English, Individual ven sl gms.. .4 K . i Z ff. '-s is mgmsmmjs gm H sara iw ms 5 Mr. Jones Mrs. Jason Mrs. Kell I 21 s s s Faculty .QE ,?g..m,,. Miss Kendall Mrs. LaBonte LAURA KENDALL, B.A., B.D., M.S.'M., Private Voice Instruc- torg LUCIA LaBONTE, B.A., M.A., English, Triple "SU: MARY ELLEN LARRIMORE, B.A., M.A., Foreign Language, National Honor' Society, French Clubg CURTIS LARSEN, B.S., M.A., Industrial Educationg AMY LEVINE, B.A.,',M.A., Social Science: CHAD LINDNER, B.A., M.A., Social Science: LYNNE LORENZ, B.A., English, Individual Eventsg LETA McMILLIN, M.A., Business Education,-National Honor Societyg KAREN MARKUS, B.S., Social Scienceg ANN MARTIN, B.S., English: RALPH 'MARTINSON, Police Counselor: DOMINIC -MAZ- ZONI, Study Hall, FRITZ MICHAELIS, B.A.EJ, Art, Art' Club, Statementsg MARGO MUELLER, B.A., M.A., Counselor, Soph- omore Class Sponsor: RICHARD MUELLER, B.A.,' M.A., Social Science, Social Science Clubf H. sans ESS - SS 53 s s s s has ssl as H -' N : - X E S8 -in s - 11 i Y B I Mrs. Markus 1233: ' is ' .. s sa 1 Miss Martin Q i 3 E is is M Fifi 552155 QR MFE Mr. Michaelis Miss Mueller 92 Miss Larrimore fss Miss Levine Miss Lorenz H. :gs V sg, E sas' si' if '-if 5 ,, H 4 we ,, , . ,T i ,,, . , ., . . . E5 ' Q4 ,H sg H H ,xi . : :': 'iii-igi :-: 5 ' ti g. H f i 1 s' 1:5 -::: A. Y ll Mr. Martinson Mr. Mueller Us Mr. Larsen Mr. Lindner A Msg , E.. ..,, s TV S r H swims? s sm H s s s , s S s s Miss McMillin Mr. Mazzoni "' as "" 'itil is Pl EH P er .Mm AQMMH . .M .....,....,iY..Y.. ,W s s a sf :-: .:. is is E m s E is 1 is s s J .:11.. .2 . -:: a-sal EE.. ,.f ii ' J. it 9, 1 L, KA it 3 E Wt , . , H .,.,.,.,. KKK 1 sl K 5 r w he gf ' w . H ., 5 .. KW KBQE . I, ag5'Z..:H::. Us ,J E im N53 3 sssagisiwi H H 2' at we E E K E a :E 5 'mls H ei . K WJ? 5 H Mr. Nielsen Miss Mullerheirri Mr- Murphy Mr' Nichols is saifla sw" A ,:I::1:' .rl 'Ei' fs in .Q ii jails W- - ' " gig' -f 1-.Qiwf TT 3 . ,Ez h W ,W W . ' i H ::.: ...EfE M .I E - .V .,. Y , I , . 'i' f Q I w , V, znz- I :Q . z , X wx 1, B 533 Miss .Peterson 5 Q I was i sswz,-f E 2 is aj. Mr. :Paxton l Mr. Ploplys 5. .,- -R, L... Mrs. Post- s - swf is 'W 541 Mr, Riggs s Mr. Pink Mr. Pltchford ' - an Y' 1 E Us ,gg .H Z3 WHEN ami W Us Us iss? E MSE' JW H- E. . sm , 5 H . A , , H ,, H E ... x..,:. ,. , , . ,D , .M mf: BEEN HN I , as gs E M . 3 H mm E --'i ass: H Mr. Post 'i ss B. in B E: is H im 'E is H lla Mmg 'ss as was , ...Jiangsu Miss Rogers , Miss Rokop KATHLEEN MULLERHEIM, B.A., M.A.T., Mathematics, Na- tional Honor Society, DOUGLAS MURPHY, B.A., M.A., Eng- lish, Fall Play, Spring Play. National Thespian Society, JOHN NICHOLS, B.S., M.A., Diversified Occupations, NORMAN NIELSEN, A.B.,. Foreign Language Department Chairman, MERRITT PAXTON, B.A., M.N.S., Science, JOYCE PETER- SON, B.S., Business Education, Triple "S", JAMES PINK, B.S., Art, Art Club, Statements, THOMAS PITCHFORD, B.S., M.S.. Physical Education, Football, Tennis, SAULIUS PLO- PLYS, B.S., Science, NANCY POST, B.A., Home Economics, Home Economics Careers Club, ROY POST, B.S., M.S., Indus-' trial Education-, Jet Prop Club, Concessions Director, JEROME PUGSLEY, B.A., M.A., Music, Choraliers, Tri-M, Musical, Op- era, KENNETH RIGGS, B.A., M.S., Foreign Language, PAT ROGERS, B.A., Foreign Language, Future Teachers of Ameri- ca, NANCY ROKOP, B.S., Mathematics, Math Club. 23 I ,.,. E m.,,i,,.5e... . ..... '54 .e52z.s.. .,wY.. .,'z,,,s,.,. .,,. -..e.fQ'? Mr. Rosenthal JAM,-. Runtz sm' s s sa uwi es I-me ' m sw as as jwm L X 'W ll W. H .f HH, ,E ,H E E E ,Z ,I ., A H E M Q H ee sage- . was ., -QM? Ea A:e.,:s,we:e5,1sX:esf..::lagElf:Ea,:seaa Mr. Samoore Mr- SC8l'Pi110 as s s Egwggn' A Bgesaa 5 H B Z ,.Q,..4a..nnd1X.,.i,.. 1... 5.233 Mr. Schonta ' Mr. Schroeder RONALD ROSENTHAL, B.A., Counselor, Junior Class Spon- sorg ROBERT RUNTZ, B.A., MQA., Englishg ROBERT RUS- SELL, B.SL, M.S., Science, Chess Clubg CARL SAHLIN, B.S., M.A., .Learning Disabilities, Track, BRUCE SAMOORE, B.S., M.S., Physical Education, Cross-Country, Trackg JOSEPH SCARPINO, B.S., Physical Education 3 KENNETH SCHALLER, A.B., M.A., Social Science Department Chairmang FREDERICK SCHMOYER, B.A., M.A., Music, Band, Orchestra, German Band: .ROBERT SCHONTA, B.A., 'M.S., Science, DONALD SCHROE- DER, B.S., M.S., Director of Pupil Personnel Services, Senior Class Sponsor, SARA SERSLAND, B.A., Foreign Language, JAMES SHEEHAN, B.S., M.S., Social Science, Athletic Trainer: RAY SHELLEY, B.S., Industrial Educationg MICHAEL SIL-A XFSMAN, B.S., Business Education, Distributive Education 11 . 24 Mr. Russell Mr. Sahlin Mr. Schaller Mrs. Sersland Mr. Shelley Mr.- Schmoyer s B s s s B , Mr. Sheehan Mr. Silverman e an .H in-id , Mr. Smith fa: Mr. Strong Mrs. Tedell ef. Mr. Ulrich Mr. Vitton Mr. Somers ,, S ,V , W A Q f- fl : . . Z X 1 v. . is gl ' H sig' E , ,i E 49 ri- rv i -' xi s E . 1 I I ,eg R x W i R N S 1 , m Us ,- '., E. 1 .Ei - ,W :... ,, 5 X P . 3, Q' N .x I if 1 1 H il 1 is if? fo- U V, 5 ,z X? .f l ,, fi 5 N 5 'Q ':f Ei . ik A ,: 4 it , fi iw , , . .. Miss Swanson . 'Q ff? Yum, ' .. I em ,: ,,.. h U 5, yvfiii :ir , :.: ' :': ,, Thompson . " S g Vi' Miss VandenBoss Mr. Volpe Facult Mr. Strack Mrs. Stewart CRAIG SMITH, B.A., Social Science, Football, Basketball: FRANCIS SOMERS, Ph.B., M.Ed., Driver-Education, Football, Baseball, MADALYN STEWART, B.A., Mathematics, Bridge Club: JOHN STRACK, B.A., M.S., Science, Astronomy Club: JOHN STRONG, A.B., M.S.W., School Social Worker, LINDA SWANSON, B.S., Physical Education, Girls' Athletic'Associa- tion, Tennis Team, Badminton Team, Leader-sg SUZANNE TEDELL, B.S., M.S., English, Cardinal, Quill Sz Scroll: ROB- ERT THOMPSON, B.S., M.S., Industrial Educationg EDWARD TOUREK, A.B., M.Ed., Social Scienceg LYVONNE TRAD, A.B., M.A., English, Director of Speech Activitiesg JAMES ULRICH, B.A., M.A., Mathematics Department Chairman: MAXINE VANDENBOSS, B.A., M.A., Foreign Language: DONALD VITTON B.S. MLS. Driver-Education Cross-Count try, Track: M1LTbN VOLPE, B.S., M.S., Pli.D., Science? WAYNE WAGNER, B.S., English, Debate, National Forensic League, Student Forum. ! Miss Trad Mr. Tourek Mi- ,, .. ..,,.,..--- A vom fi , E Mr. Wagner 25 Faculty 1 2 f if ' .., .,.,: 5E.g5g,E:':P :-: Q A X, -S--u1 S.: lwdsgnge i 5 if 2 'Elsa A , ' yL,gggSsf,s,f, K , ss, t . 5 I . -1 , . .... . - ,. . ,... ., . . ..,.., .. .. Mr- Walther Mr. Walthouse ROBERT WALTHER, B.A., M.Ed., Physical Education, Foot- ball, Wrestling, THOMAS WALTHOUSE, B.S., M.S., Physical Education, Gymnastics, Golf, MARY ANN WELPTON, B.S., M.S., Physical Education, Fencing Club, Girls' Athletic Asso- ciation, Cheerleaders, BOYD WHITE, B.A., M.A., Music, Tri-Mg J UDITH WHITNEY, B.S., M.Ed., Physical Education, Orchesisg JAMES WICKLUND, A.B., M.A., English Department Chair- mang PHYLLIS WILCHEK, B.A., M.A., Counselor, Junior Class Sponsor-g CHARLES ZELLER, B.S., Science, Ski Club: CHARLES ZIEBALL, B.A., Study I-Iallg GEORGE ZIGMAN, B.S., M.S., Social Science, Basketball, JEROME ZILIAK, A.B., M.A., English. Q E l Mr. Zieball 1 Mr. Zigman Mr. ziiiak 26 PIV I n di . 5 cn A s i 2 s 3 V sql f C' 5 ' F A' ,E Miss Welpton f I ,., 1 l Tm H Y Mr. White Miss Whitney Mr. Wicklund s l i J 1 Mrs. Wilchek MT- Zeller In the interest of the student body, Arlington High School's faculty worked together constantly for the betterment of school policies and curriculum changes. Various committees were formed to improve policies on the school, district, and state levels. As a result of exploring wide-range curriculum, the English Department revised its courses and pro- vided students Witlf a wide selection of semester courses, raising the percentage of students enrolled in English. The Physical Education Department made a simi- lar curriculum change. Courses were divided into three-week units, and the selection of courses was considerably broadened. The following department chairmen worked within their individual departments to evaluate semester exam procedures: Mr. R. Attis, Mr. F. Schmoyer, Mr. M. Betterman, Mr. J. Wickland, Mr. N. Nielsen, Mr. J. Ulrich, Mr. D. Schroeder, and Mr. K. Schaller. Individually Growing joining childhood .fcentf of mfeetneff into undemtdnding W is SENIOR CLASS BOARD Front Row: Joan Smith, Sue Lasher, Jerry Duro, Gail Bolduc. Second Row: Abbe Thiessen, Bill Wolod, Mel Smith, Dean Stansbury, Merybeth Schroeder. eniors Look To College As Graduation ears SENIOR CLASS OFFICERS Front Row: Treasurer joan Smith, Secretary Mary Beth Schroe- der. Second Row: Vice-president Sue Lasher, President Bill VVolod. 28 With eager anticipation of the future the class of '71 ended its reign at Arlington. College among other opportunities, awaited the graduating seniors, who looked forward to new and different experiences. The month of October signified the beginning of the Homecoming festivities. The choosing of the Home- coming King and Queen, the building of the senior float, and finally, the Homecoming dance, all had a special significance for seniors of 1970-'71. This year's senior class board was very busy, under the leadership of its sponsors, Mr. Schroeder and Miss Hampton, and President Bill Wolod, Vice-Presi- dent Sue Lasher, Secretary Mary Beth Schroeder, and Treasurer joan Smith. Only a few of the activities which were undertaken by the class of '71 were the selling of senior buttons, the senior float in the tradi- tional Homecoming parade, and the selling of the Card Power shirts. However, the Christmas Ball was the highlight of the year for most seniors, and during the weeks before the dance, many a senior could be seen scurrying about, planning and making the prepar- ations for the main event of the winter months. There were decorations to be made, and food and a band to be obtained, which kept the class of '71 busy, without a moment to rest. As spring drew near, many members of the class of '71 thought of the excitement of the prom, which would bring an end to their four years at Arlington, and, they would now have to face new experiences and opportunities which awaited them after graduation. Class of 1971 First Row: Glenn L. Abel: Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4: Bemidji Ball 3, 4: Radio-Jet-Prop Club 1. Karen Joy Ahnqulst Freshman Girls' Chorus 1: 3, 4: Tri-M 2, 3, 4: Class 2, 3: Musical 2, 3, 4: State J. Alm: GAA 3: Transferred Family Academy, Bensenville, GAA 2, 3, 4, Point Card Economics Career Club 1, 2, 3. Glrls' Glee 2: Harmonettes Board 2, 3: Triple "S" 1, Music Contest 3, 4. Lynda as a sophomore from Holy Illinois. Joan M. Almdxrle: Secretary 2, 3, 4: Home Second Bow: Keith R. Anderson: Basketball 2, 3, 4: Tennis 2, 3, 4: "A" Club 3, 4: Concert Band 2, 3, 45 Jazz Band 3, 4. Linda M. Angeloff: GAA 1, 2, 3, President 4: Girls' Tennis Team 3, 4: Girls' Badminton Team 3, 4. Craig N. Anncn: Football 11 Wrestling 1: Track 1: Trainer 1, 2: Class Board 4: Ski Club 4. Edwin C. Bukowski. Thlrd Row: Roberta. L. Ballack. Charles D. Bmnta: 4 Semester Honor Ping Football 13 Ski Club 1, 2, 3, 4. lllurgaret A. Barody: Scholastic Art Award 2: Deborah M. Barrett: Ski Club 1, 2, 3, 4: Class Board 4: Trans- ferred as a junior from Sacred Heart of Mary High School, Rolling Meadows, Illinois. 'n-.. l . l 'V D fy - :.2 - f- ,Q :.: eral.. ' . I Fw :fi L? , Sixth Row: Donald S. Becker: Track 3: Ski Club 4: Bemidji Ball 3, 4. Barbara. J. Beckman. Carol J. Bed- narz: GAA 1, 2, Public Relations 3, Vice-President 4: Pep Club 1, 43 Fencing Club 3: Tennis Team 3 4: Badminton Team 3, 4: Nurse's Aide 4: Office Guide 2. Dlano L. Behrle: Pep Club 1: Spanish Club 1, 2: Class Board 2, 3: 7 Semester Honor Pin. Seventh Row: Cynthia A. Bell: Spanish Club 3: Trans- ferred as a senior from Hermitage High School, Rich- mond, Virginia. George Blober. Carol M. Bird: Coronets 2. Bruce M. Bittner: Football 2, 3, 4: Ski Club 2, 3, 4: "A" Club 4: Rifle Club 2, 3, Vice-President 3. Fourth Row: Patrick A. Barry. Cindy G. Burton, Jo Ann Bnschleben. Mark A. Bnskett. ' Fifth Row: Nnncy A. Baumgartner: Class Board 1, 2, 3, 4, President 2: Student Council 1, 2, 3, President 4: 7 Semester Honor Pin: French Club 1, 2: Triple "S" 1, 2: Freshman Girls' Chorus, Vice-President 1: Home- coming Court 4. Brooks W. Bauske: Class Board 1. Nancy J. Bayert: Stage Crew 1: Office Guide 1, 2. Thomas W. Bceber: Bemidji Ball 4. 29 Fourth Row: Janet L. Broderick: Ski Club 3, 4: GAA 1, 2, 3, 4: Tennis Team 3, 4: Senior Leader 4. John M. Brodnan: Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4: Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4: NHS 3, 4: 7 Semester Honor Pin: Cross Country 1. Stephen N. Brogdonz Gymnastics 1, 2, 3, Co-Captain 4: Baseball 1: 4 Semester Honor Pin. Roy C. Brooks: Football 1: Baseball 1: Bemidji Ball 3, 4. Fifth Row: Gail Anne Brown: Ski Club. Rebecca S. Brown: GAA 2, 3, 4: Transferred as at sophomore from North Chicago High School, North Chicago, Illinois. Scott R. Bruhnke: Football 1: Gymnastics 1, 2: Ski Club 3. Lynn Bucklnglmm. 'EZ' 30 3 0 C1'110I'S First Row: Diane M. Bloss: French Club 1: Thesplan Society 3, 4: 4 Semester Honor Pin: Plays 3. Marshall K. Blum. Robert C. Blum. Steven J. Bohn: Baseball 2: Basketball 3: Transferred as a. sophomore from John Marshall High School, Milwaukee, Wisconsin. Second Row: Bradford Bolce. Gail H. Boldne. Larry Bossung: Football 1, 2: Gymnastics 1, 2, 3, 4: Ski Club 3, 4: Transferred as a freshman from Oak Park and River Forest High School, Oak Park, Illinois. Gary Alan Boul- 05. Thlrd Row: Richard P. Brandt: Football 1: Wrestling 1. David A. Brnsk: Swimming 1, 2, 3, 4. Tom P. Bren- nan: Baseball 1, 2. James M. Broudfoot. Sixth Row: Thomas A. Buckingham: Plays 3, 4: Card- inal 3, 4. Debra, L. Bunn. Linnea, E. Burger: Cardettes: NFL Calendar Girl: Senior Leader: 7 Semester Honor Pin. Penelope A. Burke. Seventh Row: Mary Jo Burklmrdt: Triple "S" 2, 3: Class Board. Kevin R. Cadle. Donna J. Oamnstro: Span- ish Club 2: Class Board 2: DE 4: 4 Semester Honor Pin. Kathy A. Campbell: GAA 1, 2, 3, 4: Ski Club 1, 2, 3, 4: Cardinal 3, Sports Editor 4: Tennis Team 3, 4: Badminton Team 3, 4. 'Class of 1971 First Row: Bruce G. Carlsen: Wrestling 3, 4: Tennis 1, 2, 3, 4: Concert Band A 1, 2, 3, 4: Tri "M" 2, 3, President 4: NHS 3, 4: 4 Semester Honor Pln: Student Council 4: Class Board 1, 2, 3, 4. Kathleen G. Carpenter: GAA 1: Transferred as a sophomore from West Bloomfield High School, West Bloom- field, Michigan. Thomas L. Carroll: Football 1, 2, 3, 4: Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4: "A" Club 4: 7 Semester Honor Pin. Frank C. Carter: Cross Country 3: Track 3. 4: Bemidji Ball 3: Track 1, 2: Football 2: Transferred as a. junior from St. Viator High School, Arlington Heights, Illinois. Second Row: Howard E. Cusavant. Steven S. Clmsc: Football 1, 2, 3, 4: Basketball 1: Wrestling 2, 3: Base- ball 1, 2: "A" Club 4: Class Board 4: Student Coun- cil. Eddie Chin. Candence L. Clark: Riding Club 1: Stage Crew 1: Triple "S" 1: Class Board 2: Home Econom- ics Career Club 3. Third Row: Michael J. Clarke: Tennis Team 1, 2: Musl- ical 2, 3: State Music Contest 1, 2, 3, All-State Con- cert 4: Tri "M" 4: Biology Club 1, 2. Karla. A. Clem- mons: GAA. 1, 2. Willlnnn A. Cochran: Track 1, 2: Cross Country 1, 2: 4 Semester I-Ionor Pin. Carla J. Colson: Transferred as a sophomore from Moundsvlew High School, New Brighton, Minnesota. Sixth Row: Lynne E. Czcrney: French Club 1, 2: Ski Club 2: Riding Club 1. Frank T. Dal Compo: Cross Country 1: Track 1: Wrestling 1, 2, 3, 4. John .I Daly: Latin Club 2, 3: Debate 2: ROTC 1: School Mag- ne 1: Transferred as a. junior from East High School, Memphis, Tennessee. Russell R. Dnughtry. Seventh Row: Cynthia. J. Davls. James E. Davis. Nina Gene Davison: GAA 1, 2, 3, 4: Girls' Chorus 1: Span- ish Club 1, 2: Pep Club 1, 2, 'Treasurer 3: Senior Leader 4: 4 Semester Honor Pin. Mary M. Deger. Fourth Row: Jeanne E. Combs: Orchestra 1, 2, 3, 4: NHS 3, 4: Tri "M" 4: Math Club President 1: As- tronomy Club 1, President 4: 4 Semester Honor Pin: State Music Contest 2, 3, 4. Brian WV. Conklin: Aero- nautics Club 1: Golf 2: 4 Semester Honor Pin. Janet A. Cording: Concert Band A 2, 3, 4: 7 Semester Hon- or Pin: Senior Leader 4: NHS 3, 4: Library Aide 2: State Music Contest 3, 4: Orchestra 3, 4: French Club 1, 2. Car-yn S. Carts: Cardettes 3, Secretary 4: GAA 1, 2, 3, 4: Senior Leaders 4: 7 Semester Honor Pin. Fifth Row: Catherine E. Gryer. Cathy R. Cscpp: GAA 1, 2, 3, 4: Pep Club: Ski Club. Deborah J. Cullen. Peggy K. Cunningham: 7 Semester Honor Pin: Volley- ball Team 1, 2: Transferred as a. sophomore from Sac- red Heart of Mary High School, Rolling Meadows, Ill- inois. 31 Third Row: Joella. Doyle: Spanish Club 1, 2, President 3: Future Teachers 1: Triple "S" 1: Band 1. Jacqueline Illnlclll: Student Council 2, Secretary 3: NHS 3, 4: Varsity Twlrling 3: Band Majorette 1: Newspaper 1, 2, Editor 3: Dramatlcs Club: Transferred as a senior from Rutherford High School, Rutherford, New Jersey. Charles J. Donchess: Football 1, 2, 3, 4: "A" Club 3, 4: Bas- ketball 1, 2. 3: Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4: 7 Semester Honor Pin: Hall Monitor 3: Class Board 3, 4. Deborah Doppkez Orchesis 1: Ski Club 1, 2, 3, Secretary 4: Class Board 4: Student Council 1: Transferred as a sophomore from Sacred Heart of Mary High School, Rolling Meadows, Illinois. Fourth Row: Mary Beth Dox-ity: NTS 2, 3, 4: Home Economics Career Club 4: French Club 1, 2: Pep Club 1. Scott G. Douglas: Wrestling 1, 2, 3, Co-Captain 4: Football 1, 2, 3, 4: Track 1, 2, 3: "A" Club 2, 3, Vice-President 4: Student Council 1, 2, 3. Sharon M. Doyle: Pan Language Banquet 3: Orchestra 3: Senior Choir 4: 7 Semester Honor Pin: GAA 1, 2: Math Club 2: Transferred as a junior from St. Patrick's Academy, Des Plaines, Illinois, Melinda, J. Dueland: GAA: Transferred as a junior from Lincoln High School, Bloomington, Min- nesota. Fifth Row: Jerry A. Duro. George F. Dye: Swimming 1, 2, 3, 4: Cross Country 1, 2, 3: NHS 2, 3, 4: "A" Club 1, 2, 3, 4. Earl T. Eells. Jeffrey L. Eggle- ston: Heights 3: 7 Semester Honor Pin. 32 eniors First Row: James W. Depew: Football 1, 2, 3: Track 1. 2: Wrestling 1: Ski Club 2, 3, 4. Don DoSimone: Rifle Club 3: Ski Club 3. Nancy J. DeVVu.ll: French Club 1, 2, 4: Pep Club 1: Senior Leader: Girls' Gym- nastics. Willis R. Dewitt: Football 1, 2: Basketball 1: Track 1, 2, 3. Second Row: Robert D. Dickinson. Joan Dickinson: Class Board 1, 3, Secretary 2: Coronets 2, 3, 4: Color Guard 2, 3, 4: Student Council 1: Talent Show 2: 4 Semester Honor Pin. Janette M. Dieters: Girls' Chorus 1: GAA: Spanish Club: Girls' Glee: Tri-M 3, 4: Senior Choir. Charles B. Dillon: Football 1, 2, 3, 4: Basketball 1, 2: Baseball 1, 2, 3. 4: Student Council 2, 3: "A" Club 4: 7 Semester Honor Pin: Homecoming Court 4. Sixth Row: Mark A. Elenz. Gene G. Elsberg: Football 1, 2: Basketball 1. 2, 3: Baseball 1. 2, 3, 47 Class Board 3. Richarcl C. Eisner: "A" Club 2. 3. 41 F0019 ball Trainer 2, 3, 4: Basketball Trainer 1, 2, 3, 4: Football Manager 1: Tennis 1. Steven P. Elwartt Con- cert Band 1, 2, 3, 41 Marching Band 1, 2, 3, 4: GSP' man Band 2, 3, 4: Or1'l"est.ra 2. 3. 4: Tri-M 3: 42 Key Club 4: 4 Semester Honor Pin: Library Aide: Trans- ferred as a freshman from Divine VVorcl Seminary, East Troy, Wisconsin. Seventh Row: Sally A. Erbaeh. Leslie A. Ferry! NHS 2, 3, 4: Art Club 2, Vice-President 3: Triple "S" 1: 23 Class Board 1, 2 3, 4: French Club 1. 2, 3: 7 Se' mester Honor Pin. Scott A. Fiduccia. Rita Fidueeia.. Class of 1971 First Row: Ellen C. Flll: Class Board 1, 2, 3: Triple "S" 1, 2: 7 Semester Honor Pin. Randy N. Fischer. Jolm J. Fitzpatrick: Cross Country 1, 2: Track 1, 2, 3: Bemidji Ball 3, 4: Intramurals 4: Key Club 4: Stage Crew 3, 4. Marcia. A. Flodln. Second Row: Michael D. Ford. llilchael L. Ford: Cross Country 1. Donna L. Fournelle. Roger R. Frank: Cross Country 1. SLvth Row: Roy L. Gcnevlch: Football 1, 2, 3, 4: Bas- ketball 1, 3: Wrestling 2, 4: Track 1, 2: Class Board 4. Gregory S. Glbbcl: 7 Semester Honor Pin: Cross Country 1: Tennis 1, 2, 3, 4. Joyce M. Gllfillan: Art Club Secretary 4: Transferred as a. junior from Sacred Heart of Mary High School, Rolling Meadows, Illinois. Elizabeth A. Glllcn: Pep Club 1: Triple "S" 1: GAA 3. Seventh Row: Jenn E. Glander: GAA 1, 2, 3, 4: Latin Club 1, 2, Treasurer 3: Pep Club 1. James K. Glaser. Raymond P. Godzlckl. Brian R. Goedkl: AV 8: Camera Club 3, President 4: Plays 2, 3, 4: Musical 2, 4: Talent Show 4. Third Row: Pamela. M. Franks. S. Kurt Frantz: Mix- ed Chorus 1: Senior Choir 2, 3, 4: Trl-M 2, 3, 4: Plays 4: Musicals 1, 2, 3, 4: Revelaires 3: Chorallers 4: All State Music Chorus 3. Gull P. Freeman: Home Economics Careers Club 1: Office Guide 2, 3: DE 4. Jean C. Frossard. Fourth Row: Douglas J. Fuller: Wrestling 1, 2, 3: Mix- ed Chorus 1, 2: Senior Choir 3, 4: Stage Crew 1, 2, 3, 4. Nita. J. Furlong: Spanish Club 1, 2, 3. Michael J. Furman: Band 1, 2: Track 2: Transferred as a. jun- ior from St. Viator High School, Arlington Heights, Illi- nois. John C. Gabler: Football 2, 3, 4: "A" Club 3, 4: Wrestling 1, 2, 3: Track 1, 2. Fifth Row: Karen S. Garland: French Club 1: GAA 1, 3: Triple "Sf" 2: 4 Semester Honor Pin. llllclmfel A. Galrmsr Football 1, 2, 3: Baseball 1, 2: Wrestling 1. Becky L. Geiser: Coronets 4: Color Guard 4: Student Council 1, 4: Class Board 1: Girls' Chorus: Talent Show 4: Girls' Glee 2. Jeri B. Gelssinger: Home Economics Careers Club 1, 2. 33 see-A Third Row: Truett H. Guthrey: Plays 3, 4: Musical 3: Chorallers 4: Rifle Precision Drill Team: Transferred as a junior from Peacock Military Academy, San Antonio Texas. Michele M. Haas: Class Board 2 4. Martha A Haeger. Martin A. Haeger Fourth Row: Holly E. Hageman: Speed Swimming 1, 2: Synchronized Swimming 1, 2: Costume Committee 2, 3: Scenery Squad 2 3: NTS 3, 4: Ski Club 2, 3: Drill Team 3: Transferred as a senior from Mt. Lebanon High School, Mt. Lebanon, Pennsylvania. S. Scott Hagy: Cross Country 1: Bemidji Ball 1, 2, 3. Edward J. Hn,lde.- mnn: Class Board Vice-President 1, 2, President 3: Stu- dent Council 1, 2, Vice-President 3, 4: Gymnastics 2: Homecoming Court 4: Tennis 1: Ski Club 1, 2. Ex-lo R. I-Ia-milton. 355355, I A I r 34 Seniors First Row: Bernard J. Golbeck. Martle C. Gorman: Of- fice Guide. Marta E. Graf. Michael J. Graham: Foot- ball 1, 2, 3: Track 1, 2, 3, 4. Second Row: Ann C. Grnshorn: 7 Semester Honor Pin: Orchesis 4: Ski Club 3, Banquet 1, Board 1, 2, Coronets 2, Pin: Heights nastics 1: Ski French Club 1, 2, 3: Triple "S" 1, 2, 3: 4: Class Board 1, 2, 3, 4: Pan Language 2, 3. Lynn A. Gray: Triple "S" 1: Class 3, 4: Homecoming Carnation Committee 2: 3, 4: Color Guard 3, 4: 7 Semester Honor 4. John A. Grom. W. Paul Gundry: Gym- Club 1, 2, 4, President 3. Fifth Row: Jerald R. Hamley: Chess Club 3: Bridge Club 3: 4 Se : French mester Honor Pin. Sharron M. Hansen: CSA. Club 1, 2: Pep Club 1, 2: Future Teach- 1, 2 chers 4: Transferred as a. junior from Cardinal Gibbons High School, Fort Lauderdale, Florida. Paul J. Hanson Cross Country Manager 3, 4: Track 2, 3, 4: Chess Club 2. Sue 1, 2, 3: Cla A. Harden: Triple "S" 1, 2: French Club ss Board 2, 3, 4: 7 Semester Honor Pin: Orchesis 4: Girls' Chorus 1: Skl Club 4: NFL Calendar Girl. Sixth Row: Thomas A. I-Ian-ls: NHS 2, 3, 4: Football 1. 2. dent Peter Barth: 3, 4: Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4: UA' 'Club 3, Presi- 4: Class Board 1, 2: Homecoming Court 4. J. Football 1, 2, 3, 4: Wrestling 1, 2, 3, 4. Nancy L. Hathaway: GAA 2, 4: Pep Club 1: Leader 4: Home Economics Careers Club Secretary 3. Nancy A. Hauer: Senior Choir Treasurer 4: Girls' Glee: Musical 2, 3: Choraliers 4: Transferred as a sophomore from Sudbrook Junior High School, Baltimore, Maryland. Seventh Row: Denise D. Hnuth. Cynthia M. Hackman: Riding Club 1, 2, 3. Steve W. Heillenson: Cross Country 1. Blaine W. Hemphlll: Baseball 1: Wrestling 1, 2, 3: Football 2, 3: Class Board 4: Monitor 3, 4: Ski Club 4. Class of 19 1 First Row: Krlstlne A. Henson: German Club 4: Trans- ferred as a. freshman from Oak Park River Forest High School, Oak Park, Illinois. Thomas M. Hlgdon: Cross Country 1: Track 1: Talent Show 2: Class Board 4: Skl Club 4: Plays 2. Karen E. Hlggs. Gay M. Hill. Second Row: Kristen K. Hillman: Pep Club President 4: NHS 3, 4: Leader 4: French Club 2, 3: 7 Semester Honor Pin. William J. Hlnneberg: Football 1, 2. Sheila M. Hoifmans Cardinal 3, Future Editor 4. Barbara A. Holzem: Spanish Club 1: GAA 2, 3, 4. Filth Row: Jim O. Irmcn: DO 3, 4: Football 1: Swim- ming 1. Robert MI. Iverson: Stage Crew 3, 4: Bemidji Ball 3: Track 1: Baseball 2: Cross Country 2: Stamp Club 1, Secretary 2: Transferred as a junior from St. Viator High School, Arlingvton Heights, Illinois. Lydia. M. Jaroekiz NHS 3, 4: Student Forum 3: 7 Semester Honor Pin: Spanish Club 2: Triple "S" 2: Class Board 3: Pep Club 1. John R. Jasnoeh: Baseball 1: Transferred as freshman from Lane Technical High School, Chicago, Illinois. Sixth Row: Martha Jasper: Student Council 1, 2, 3, 4: Class Board 1, 2: Talent Show 2. 4: NHS 3, 4: 7 Semester Honor Pin: Cheerleading 3. Jeffrey J. Jester: Band 1, 2: DO 3, 4. Susan A. Johnnek: Student Coun- cil 1: Newspaper 1, 2: Drama Club 1, President 2: Honor Society 1, 2: Forensics 1, 2: Stage Crew 3, 4: Transferred as a junior from Sacred Heart of Mary High School, Rolling Meadows, Illinois. Pamela N. John- son: Girls' Glee 2, 3: Senlor Choir 4: GAA 1: Medical Careers Club 3, 4: Nurse's Aide 3, 4: Spanish Club 2. Seventh Row: Marsh J. Kalpus: Class Board 3, 4: GAA 4: Tlmefttes 3, Captain 4: Transferred as a Junior from Sacred Heart of Mary High School, Rolling Meadows, Ill- inois. Jean E. Kehe: Art Club 1: DO 3, 4. William R. Kemplsty: Tennis 1, 2. Bonnie L. Kenney. Coronets 2, 3, 4: Timettes 4: Girls' Glee 2: Class Board 2: 7 Semester Honor Pin. Third Row: Ronald R. Hooson: Swimming 1, 2: Biology Club 1: Rifle Club 2. Candy M. Horcher: Ski Club 1, 2. Nancy J. Honrigun. Kathleen Ann Hruby: Future Teachers 3, President 4: Home Economics Careers Club 2, 3, 4: Orchesls 4: Pep Club 1, 2: French Club 1, 2, 3: Pan Language Banquet 1, 2: 4 Semester Honor Pin: Triple "S" 2, 3. Fourth Row: Robert Huber. Kathleen A. Hurley: Band 1, 2, 3, 4: Orchestra 1, 2, 3, 4: Class Board 1, 2, 3, 4: 7 Semester Honor Pln: Talent Show 1, 2: Musical 1, 2, 3. Ernee R. Huttcr. Janet O. Hynes: Transferred as a sophomore from Sacred Heart of Mary High School, Rolling Meadows, Illinois. 35 Fourth Row: Joan L. Kohler: Stage Crew 3: Plays 3, 4: GAA 1: French Club 1, 2. John J. Korlath: Football 1, 2: Tennis 1, 2, 3, 4: Latin Club President 3: NHS 2, 3, 4: 7 Semester Honor Pin. Jeffrey L. Kowalski: Cross Country 1, 2: Track 1. Paul H. Kresge: Sk! Club 1, 2, 3, President 4. Fifth Row: Gregory J. Krol. Jerrilyn Kubin. Joyce L. Kuenstler: Girls' Chorus 1: Girls' Glce 2, 3: Senior Choir 4: Pep Club 1, 2: Triple "S" 1, 2, 3: German Club 1: Biology Club 1: Stage Crew 2. Lorne S. Kuf- fcl: Football 1, 3: Baseball 1, 2. 36 Seniors First Row: Bill Klcck: Basektball 2, 3, 4: Track 2. Thomas L. Klndler: AV 1, 3, President 2: Radio-Jeb Prop Club 2, 3: Rifle Club 1, 2. Thomas N. King NHS 2, 3, President 4: Stage Crew 1, 2: Math Club 2, 4, Vice-President 3: Latin Club 1, 2, 3: Bridge Club 3, 4: 7 Semester Honor Pin. Steven F. Kh-al: DE 3, 4. Second Row: Jean M. Klvluhan: French Club 1, 2: Ski Club 2, 3: Class Board 2, 3: 7 Semester Honor Pin. Wayne M. Kleiner: Football 1. Krlstln A. Kllmek: Cor- oncts 3, 4: Color Guard 4: NHS 3, 4: 7 Semester Hon- or Pln: GAA 1, 2: French Club 2, 3: Class Board 2, 3: Leader 4. Wilma J. Kllngenmaler: GAA 1, 2, 3, 4: French Club 2, 3: Class Board 2, 3, 4. Third Row: Scott C. Knuack. George C. Knight: Cross Country 2, 3: Track 1, 2, 3: 7 Semester Honor Pin. Patricia Koch: Cheerleading 1, 2, 3, Captain 4: Student Council 1, 2, 4: Class Board 1 4: 7 Semester Honor Pin: Homecoming Queen: NHS 3 4. Kathy J. Koclan- is: Debate 2, 3: NFL 2, 3, Corresponding Secretary 4: Heights 4: 7 Semester Honor Pin: French Club 4: Pan Language Banquet 1, 2, 3. Sixth Row: Scott J. Kunkel. Ruth P. Kunz: Girls' Chor- us 1: Mixed Chorus 2: Spanish Club 3. Eve M. Lack- er: Student Council 2, 3, Recording Secretary 4: Class Board 1, 2, Treasurer 3: Individual Events 1, 2, 3, 4: NFL 3, 47 Plays 3, 4: Harmonettes 3, 4: Orchesls 4: NTS 3, 4. Lynda L. Langdon: Class Board 4: Trans- ferred as a. junior from Lake Highlands High School, Dallas, Texas. Seventh Row: Richard Lunzon: Swimming 1. Marta L. Larson: Harmonettes 4: Girls' Tennis Team 3, 4: 'Hi M 3, 4: Leader 4: Girls' Badminton Team 4: Ski Club 1, 2, 3, 4. Susan G. Larson. Roger K. Latta: Reve- laires 2, 3: Mixed Chorus 1: Senior Choir 1, 2, 3, 4: Plays 3: Musical 1, 2, 3: Opera 3: Radio-.Tet-Prop Club 2. Class of 1971 First Row: Mark A. Lazzerlnl: Baseball 2: Basketball 1. Transferred as a sophomore from Schurz High School, Chicago, Illinois. Dorothy E. Lee: DO 3, 4: Class Board 4: Ski Club. Sally A. Lelghton: Intramurals 1, 2: Elan Honor Society 2: 'Transferred as a junior from Sacred Heart of Mary High School, Rolling Meadows, Illinois. Don E. Lewan: Baseball 1: Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4: Cross Country 1: Spanish Club 1: Track 1. Second Row: Ron Lewan: Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4: Cross Country 1: Baseball 1: Track 2. Kenneth G. Lldge: Stage Crew 1: Plays 1: Operetta 2, 3: Senior Choir 3, 4: Mixed Chorus 1, 2: Chorallers 3, 4: State Music Con- test, Solo and Ensemble 1, 3, 4: District Music Festi- val 1, 2, 3, 4. David W. Llghthall. Mark R. Llljcgren: Marching Band: Concert Band: Orchestra: Jazz Band: Pep Band: Sophomore wrestling manager. Third Row: James G. Lincoln: Senior Choir. Catherine E. Llndmark: French Club 1. Melody Lockwood: Coro- nets 2, 3. Edwin Paul Loelfler: Rifle Club 1. Sixth Row: Michael J. Mandela: Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4: Baseball 1. Robert J. Martens. Ken J. Massa.. Jonathan R. Mayhercy: Latin Club 1. Seventh Row: Stephen J. McAllister: 7 Semester Honor Pin. Gary E. McCa.rter: Transferred as a junior from St. Viator High School, Arlington Heights, Illinois. Pam- ela. S. McCra,tlo: Riding Club 1, 2, Secretary 3, 4: GAA Swim Team 4. Meg C. McDonald: GAA 1, 2, 3, Secre- tary 4: Senior Leader: Cardettes 4. Fourth Row: Maureen T. Long: Cheerleading 2: Musical 1: Class Board 3: GAA 2: Talent Show 4: Transferred as junior from Sacred Heart of Mary High Sfchool, Roll- ing Meadows, Illinois. Steven C. Lorclx: Debate 2, 3: Chess Club 2: Astronomy Club 2: NFL 2, Vice-President 3. Gail A. Lozzl. Susan M. Lubke. Fifth Row: Peter C. Luedcklng: Golf 1, 2, 3, 4: Ski Club 1. Donna. G. Luther: Ski Club 2: NFL Calendar Girl 2: 4 Semester Honor Pln. Denise E. Mack: Stage Crew 1: Freshman Girls' Chorus: Girls' Glee 2: Talent Show 2: Cardettes 2, 3, Co-Captain 4: Cardinal 3, 4. Allce L. Maemlnn. 37 Third Row: Carolyn J. Meister: French Club 1, 2: Ski Club 1, 2. 3: Coronets 4: Color Guard 4: Senior Lead- er: 7 Semester Honor Pin: Class Board 2, 3. Stanley F. Menschlng Jr.: DO. Nancy E. Menz: Freshman Girls' Chorus: Triple "S" 1, 2, 3, President 4: Pep Club 1. Denlse L. Meuser: French Club 1, 2: Freshman Grlls' Chorus: Girls' Glee 2: Senior Choir 4: 4 Semester Hon- or Pin: Pep Club 1: Class Board 2. Fourth Row: Charles F. Meyer: AV 1, 2, 3: Radio .Tet Prop Club 1: DO 4. Pamela. J. Meyer: Freshman Girls' Chorus 1: Latin Club 1: GAA 2: Coronets 3, 4: Color Guard 4: Pep Club 1. Judith A. Mllewskl. Jlldltll A. Milner: Office Guide 1, 2, 3, 4. Fifth Row: Dinah M. Minarik. Michael P. Moffo: Base- ball 1, 2, 3, 4: Basketball 1, 2, 3: "A" Club 4: Class Board 3, 4: Spanish Club 1, 2: Football 1: Transferr- ed as a. sophomore from Upper Arlington High School, Columbus, Ohio. Kathy K. Montgomery: Home Econom- ics Club 1: ECC 3: Pep Club 1. L8-wrenco N. Moore: Baseball 2: Pep Band 2, 3, 4: Concert Band 2, 3, 4: Marching Band 2, 3, 4: Bemidji Ball 4. 38 Seniors First Row: Robert A. McDonald: Football 1, 2, 3, All- Confercnce 4: Wrestling 1: Key Club 1, 2, Lt,-Gavel-. nor 3: NHS 2. 3, 4: Student Council 1, 3: Bemidji Ball 37 Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4: "A" Club 3, 4. Inn C. McGowan. Patrick J. McGrath: Football 1, 2: Basketball 1 2: Track 1, 2, 3. Jeffrey K. McGuire: Gymnastics 1, 2, 3, 4: "A" Club 3, 4. Second Row: Kyle L. McKay: Triple "S" 1, 2, 3, Re- cording Secretary 4: French Club 1, 2: Pep Club 1, 2: 7 Semsster Honor Pln. Richard A. McKay: Golf 1, 3, 4: Basketball 1: Gymnastics 1, 2: 4 Semester Honor Pin. Mary A. McLean: GAA 2, 3: French Club 3: Math Club 2: Library Aide 1. Susan D. McNeal: Modern Mu- sic Masters 3, 4: NFL 3, 4: Freshman Girls' Chorus: Girls Glee 2: Senior Choir 4: Naftional Thespian Society 2. 3, 4: Class Board 1, 2, 3: 7 Semester Honor Pin. Sixth Row: Wllllam P. Moore: Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4: Cross Country 1: Basketball 1: Student Council 3: Class Board 1, 3: Ski Club 3, 4: 7 Semester Pin. Pat A. Morellz Transferred as a junior from Robblnsdale High School, Robbinsdale, Mlnnesota. Pamela S. Moy: Trans- ferred as a sophomore from Pui-Chung College, Hong Kong. Elizabeth S. Moy. Seventh Row: Rlchard W. Mrozlk Jr.: Transferred as a. freshman from Encinal High School, Alameda, California. Steven A. Mrozlnskl. Scott C. Mudge: Football 4: Wrest- ling 3: Track 4: "A" Club. Joseph N. Mm-an: Trans- ferred as a junior from St. Vlartor High School, Ar- lington Heights, Illinois. Class of 1971 First Bow: Sandra. L. Nawrot: Tennis 3, 4: Badminton 4: GAA 3, 4. Barham A. Neckar: Stage Crew 1: French Club 1, 2: Ski Club 1, 2: Freshman Girls' Chor- us: Girls' Glee 2, 3: Senior Choir 4: Slchool Musical 3: Class Board 1, 2, 3. Marlene A. Nelson: Office Guide 2. F. Peter Noster: Rifle Club 1: Swimming 1, 2, 3. Second Row: Mary P. Neumann: Coronets 3, 4: Color- .. guard 4: Tlmettes 4: Senior Leaders 4: Triple S" 1. 2: Class Board 2, 3: 7 Semester Honor Pin. Krlstln L. Newqulst: Freshman Girls' Chorus: Girls' Glee 2, 3: Senior Choir 4: Spanish Club 3: National Thesplan So- ciety 4: Stage Crew 2: Costume Crew 1, 2, 3, Chairman 4: Dlstrlet Music Festival 2, 3, 4. Kerry T. Nielsen: Track 1, 2, 3: Ski Club 4: Football 1, 2. Scott C. Nielsen. Sixth Row: Micheal G. Pnscale. John S. Passnrelll. Karen M. Pecka.: Triple "S": Class Board. Barbara A. Pertlle. Seventh Row: Mark A. Pesche: Gymnastics 1: Trans- ferred as a junior from Maine West High School, Des Plaines, Illinois. Janell M. Petersen: Cardtetes 3, Treas- urer 4: GAA 1: French Club 1. Constance M. Plckrell: GAA 1, 2: Class Board Secretary 2: NHS 2, 3, Sec- retary 4: Leaders 4: Transferred asa junior from Ill- iopolis High School, Illlopolis, Illinois. Ken Pickett: Bas- ketball 1, 2, 3, 4: Tennis 1: Cross Country 1. Thlrcl Row: Daniel J. Nlemann Jr: Cross Country 1: Swimming 1, 2. Arnold A. Nolting. Lee A. Norton: Rid- ing Club: French Club: Triple "S": Pan Language Ban- quet Committee: Ski Club: Library Aide. Elisabeth A. Nowack: NHS 3, 4, Treasurer 4: Triple "S" 1, 2, 3, Vice-President 4: French Club 1, 2, 3: Pep Club 1, 2: 7 Semester Honor Pin: Class Board 2, 3. Fourth Row: E. Martin 0'Brlen: Wrestling Manager 1. John Ohman: Track 1, 2, 3: Musical 1, 2, 3. 4. Bar- bara A. Olsem. Tom H. Olsen: Bemidji Ball 1, 2, 3. Fifth Row: Ellen A. Olson: Triple "S" 1, 2: French Club 1, 2: Harmonettes 3, 4: Trl "M" 3, 4: Jazz En- semble 4: 7 Semester Honor Pin: Coronets 3, 4. Kath.- erine R. Owens: Orchesls 3, 4: Class Board 1, 2, 3, 4: Triple "S" 2, 3: 4 Semester Honor Pin: Home Ec- onomic Careers Club 1, 2. Christine A. Ozlmok: Stud- ent Council 1, 2: French Club 1, 2: GAA 1, 2, 3, 4: Transferred as a sophomore from Notre Dame High School, Chicago, Illinois. Susan E. Palinatier: Class Board 1, 2, Vice..Presldent 3: Chorallers 3, 4: Trl "M" Treas- urer 3, 4: Plays 2,3, 4: 7 Semester Honor Pin: Morn- ing Announcer 2, 3: IE 2, 3: Musicals 2, 3, 4. 39 -Q. 1 , x X Third Row: Phillip L. Radmer: Track 2, 3, 4: Cross Country 3, 4: 'I Semester Honor Pin. Douglas R. Ramsey. Susan L. Ramsey: Class Board 1, 2: French Club 1, 2: Pep Club 1: Triple "S" 1, 2: Plays 2, 3. Cynthia L. Rupp. Fourth Row: Tod M. Rasmussen: Wrestling 2: Golf 1, 2 3, 4: Football 1: Transferred as a sophomore from Loy- ola ,Academy, Glenview, Illinois. Lindsey A. Reese: Class Board 2, 3, 4: French Club 1: 7 Semester Honor Pin. Debbie A. Itemelka: French Club 1: Choir 2: Transfer- red as a. junior from Center Grove High School, Green- wood, Indiana.. Susan M. Romanenghi: Ski Club 3. 40 Seniors First Row: Mark E. Plepenbrlnk: Concert Band 2, 3, 4: Marching Band 2, 3, 4: Orchestra 3, 4. Ann Porter: Class Board 1: D. O. Margo A. Poulos. Mnlll S. Pow- ell: Concert Band 1, 2, 3, 4: Orchestra 2, 3, 4: Trl "M" 2, 3, 4: Musical 2, 3, 4: Class Board 1, 2: Pep Band 1, 2, 3, 4. Second Row: Martha. A. Preissing: Talent Show 4: Or- chesis 3, Vice-President 4: GAA 3. Jerry G. Proebstle: Football 1, 2: Wrestling 1, 2: Track 1: D. O. George J. Purtlm. Robert L. Quigley. Fifth Row: Krisinn. E. Rogner: Orchestra 1, 2, 3, 4: Trl "M" 2, 3, Secretary 4: French Club 1, 2, 3, Presl- ent 4: Heights 2, 3, 4: Quill and Scroll 3, 4: NHS 2 3, 4: Math Club 1, Vice-President 2: 7 Semester Hon- or Pin. Michael J. Rossi: Golf 2, 3: Senior Choir 2, 3, 4. Thomas J. Rowe: Swimming 1, 2, 3, Captain 4: "A" Club 1, 2, 3, Secretary-Treasurer 4: NHS 2, 3, Vice-President 4: Key Club 2, 3, 4: 7 Semester Honor Pin: Homecoming Court 4. Shirley A. Rozdalovsky: Rid- ing Club President 4: Rifle Club: GAA: AAU Track Meet. Sixth Row: Sharon L. Ruckoldt: French Club 1: Biology Club 1: Riding Club 2, 3, Vice-President 4: Stage Crew 3: Transferred as a sophomore from Cary Grove High School, Cary, Illinois. Karen E. Rue: Fencing Club 2: Triple "S" 2, 3: Mixed Chorus 2: Ski Club 2: GAA 3: 7 Semester Honor Pin. Constance Sanderheck: Scho- lastic Gold Key Art Award: Plays 3: GAA 1, 2. Janie G. Sauceda.. Seventh Row: Thomas C. Sayre: Football 1, 2, 3, All- Conference 4: Gymnastics 1, 2, 3, 4: Tennis 2, 3, 4: Ski Club 1, 4. Sandra L. Schlnkowsky: 7 Semester Honor Pin: French Club 1, 2, 3: GAA 1, 2, 3: Math Club 1, 2, 3. Henry J. Schmitz: Football 1, 2: Track 1. Richard M. Schoell: Football 1, 2, 3, 4: Basketball 1. 2. 3: Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4: "A" Club 4: Class Board 1. Class of 19 1 First Row: Linda L. Schoepke: Tri "M" 2, 3, 4: NFL 2, 3, Vice-President 4: NHS 3, 4: Debate 2, 3: Harm- onettes 3, 4: Girls' Glee 2: 7 Semester Honor Pin: Morning Announcer 3, 4. Marybeth Schroeder: Cnrdlnal 3, News Editor 4: Class Board 2, 3, Secretary 4: Stu- dent Council 4: NHS 3, 4: Plays 4: 7 Semester Honor Pin: IE 3. Rlchnrd E. Schulte: Mixed Chorus 1: Ski Club 1, 2, 3, 4: Senior Choir 2, 3. 42 Stage Crew 1, 2, 3: Astronomy 1. Robert M. Schwank: Tennis 1: Aeronautics Club 1: Astronomy 1. Second Row: Marla. M. Scofield: Concert Band 1, 2, 3, 4: German Band 2: Honors' Band 1: GAA 2, 3, 4: Class Board 1, 2, 3, 4: French Club 2: State Music Con- test 3, 4: Pep Band 1, 2, 3, 4. Dzwid P. Scott: Rifle Club 2: Tennis 1, 2: Bemidji Ball 3. Cynthia L. Se- besta: Heights 3, 4: Coronets 4: Orchestra. 1, 2, 3: Quill and Scroll 4: 'I Semester Honor Pin. Jeffrey R. Selleck: Football 1, 2, 3, co-captain 4: Wrestling 1, 2, 3, co-captain 4: Track 1, 2: "A" Club 3, 4. T' R7 Fifth Row: Deborah A. Smith: Debate 2, 3, 4: NFL 2, Corresponding Secretary 3, Recording Secretary 4: NHS 3, 4: Home Economics Careers Club 2, 3: Pan Lang- uage Banquet 3: 7 Semester Honor Pin. Sheryl A. Smith: DE secretary 4: Ski Club 2, 3, 4: Spanish Club 1: Riding Club 2. Thomas G. Snelten: 7 Semester Honor Pin. Diane Sochn. Slxth Row: Nancy A. Spetlunann. D. Mlclmel Splltt: Cross Country 2, 3, 4: Track and Field 1, 2, 3, 4: Rifle Club 1. Dean P. Stansbury: Class Board 1, 2, 3, 4: Cross Country 2: Track 2: 7 Semester Honor Pin. Bruce A. Starck: Tennis 1, 2, 3, Captain 4, All-Con- ference 3: Football 1, 2: Class Board 4: Bemidji Ball 3, 4: 7 Semester Honor Pin: "A" Club 4. Seventh Row: Steven B. Starr: Cardinal 2: Math Club 4: Bridge Club 4: Transferred as s sophomore from New Conoon High School, New Conoon, Conneclticut. Daniel A. Staudcr: Key Club 2, 3, President 4: Ten- nis 1, 2, 3: Bemidji Ball 3: 7 Semester Honor Pin: Class Board 3. Jeffrey A. Steele: Basketball 1: Mixed Chorus 1: Senior Choir 2, 3, 4: Musical 2: Soccer Club 3: Revelaires 2, 3, 4. Patrice E. Stein: Triple "S" 1, 2', 3: Home Economics Careers Club 3, 4: Future Nurses 3: Pep Club 1: Freshman Girls' Chorus: Mixed Chorus 2: 7 Semester Honor Pin. Third Row: Richard A. Serine. Fred H. Shak: Football 1, 2, 3: Ski Club 1, 2. Stephanie A. Shaw. Michael G. Sheahen: Math Club 2, 3, 4: Bridge Club 1, 3, 4: 7 Semester Honor Pin. Fourth Row: Patricia. A. Shumate: GAA 1, 2. Linda L. Simon: Class Board 2: Triple "S" 2: Cardettes 3. Les- lie L. Skurral.: Debate 1, 2: IE 3: Tri "M" 3, 4: NHS 3, 4: NFL 1, 2, 3, 4: Girls' Glee 2, 3: Harmonettes 4: Library Aid 1. Craig D. Smith: Wrestling 1, 2, 3, 4: Baseball 1, 2. T' 41 Fourth Row: Deborah K. Ta lor: Class Board 3 4 y , 2 Spanish Club 1: Pep Squad 1: Transferred as a sopho- more from Southwest High School, Font Worth, Texas. Ed- ward V. Tehev: Transferred as a sophomore from St. Viator High School, Arlington Heights, Illinois. Scott W. Teuber: Cross Country 1, 2, 3, 45 Track 1, 2, 3, 49 "A" Club 2, 3, 4. Abbe L. Thlessen. Fifth Row: Lois R. Thielon: Spanish Club 1, 2: Triple "S" 1, 2, 3: Home Economic Careers Club 3: Pep Club 1, 2. Karen L. Thompson. Nadine D. Thrasher. Cory N. Tibblts. 42 Seniors First Row: Wllberl: J. Steiner. Charles R. Stevens: Foot- ball 1, 2: Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4. Gary D. Stevens: Soc- cer Club 2, 3, 4: Bemidji Ball 1, 2, 3, 47 Football 1. David K. Stoclrdnle. Second Row: Harold R. Stotiel: Statements 3. Deborah K. Stoker: GAA 2, Class Board 3, 4: Transferred as a sophomore from Crawfordville High School, Crawfordville, Indiana. Lucy A. Stratos: DE 4. GAil M. Stroben. Third Row: Cheryl A. Stubbs: Pep Club 2: Jan G. Swanson: Class Board Secretary 1: Student Council 1, 2, 33 Orcliesis 3, 4: Cardinal 3, Editor 4: Quill and Scroll 4: Homecoming Court 4. Roger W. Swanson: Math Club 1, 2, President 3, 4: Chess Club 1, 2, 3, 4: Bridge Club 3, 4: Radio .Tet Prop Club 1, 2: AV Club 1, 2, 3, Vice-President 4. Jack A. Taege: Basketball 1. Sixth Row: David V. Timm. Julio R. Tollelson. Gayle Truelove. Cathy M. Turkcxm: Coronets 3, 45 Class Board 1, 2, 3, 41 4 Semester Honor Pin. Seventh Row: Larry R. Turney. Maryann Urick. John Van De Merkt. John D. Vanveen. Class of 19 1 First Raw: Robert J. Vlcek. Sandy D. Vogeler. Lana R. Vollandt Senior Leaders 4: Coronets 4: Cheerleading 3. Linda. Wnldbuesscr. Second Row: Beverly Walker: Freshman Girls' Chorus: Pep Club 1, 2: Mixed Chorus 2, 3: Triple "S" 3: 'I Semester Honor Pin. John K. Walsh: Football 2, 3, 4: Wrestling 1, 2, 3: Tennis 1, 2: "A" Club 4: Track 3, 4. Katherine A. Walsh: Senior Leaders 4: Coronets 3. Mart- in D. lvaxsteln. Third Row: Karen L. VVebor. Patricia A. lVeber. Ron- ald W. WVeber: Karate Club 4: DE 4, Mark C. Weeg. Slxth Ibow: Dorlnda B. Wilkinson: GAA 1: DE 3, Presl- dent 4. Trevor J. Wlll: NHS 3, 4: 7 Semester Honor Pln: Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4: Tennis 1, 2, 3, 4: Chess Club 1, 2. Robert B. Williams: Tennis 1, 2: Concert Band 1, 2, 3, 4: Orchestra. 2, 3, 4: German Band 3, 4: .Tazz Band 3, 4: Marching Band 2, 3, 4: Rifle Club 3: 7 Semester Honor Pin. Robert W. Wilson: Gymnastics 1, 2, 3, 4: Boys' Leaders 3, 4. Seventh Row: Robert W. Wilson: Wrestling 1, 2, 3, 4: Football 1, 2: Baseball 1. Robin E. Witt. Bill Wolod: Student Council 4: Class Board President 4: Golf 1, 2, QE 43: 'Q Semester Honor Pin. Raymond P. Woss Jr.: 4? Fourth Row: Stephen F. WVel1mann: Key Club 2: Latin Club 3: Trl "M" 2, 3, 4: Football 1: Senior Choir 2, 3, 4. David E. Welde: DO 4. Mary Beth Weller: Trip- le "S" 1. 2: Pep Club 1 2: French Club 1, 2: Coro- nets 3, 4: Class Bo ard 3, 4. Terry A. Weidner: DE 4. Fifth Row: Paul VV. lverfelmann: Swimming 1, 3. Linda S. lvostplml: Debafte 1: NFL 1, 2: Orchesis 3, 4: Fresh- man Girls Chorus 1: Girls' Glee 2 ,President 3: Harmo- nettes 4: Tri "M" Club 1: Freshman 3, 4. Susan B. lvhlttler: Spanish Girls' Chorus: Girls' Glee 2: Senior Choir 3, 4: State Music Contest 1, 3. Michael K. Wil- binsz Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4: "A" Club 4: Bemidji Ball 3, 4. Third Row: Esther L. Bama: G.A.A. 1, 2, 3, 4: I. E. 2: 4 Semester Honor Pin: Nurse's Aid 3, 4: Office Guide 3, 4: Kathleen A. Bartik: D. O. Nancy T. Baul- er: Freshman Girls Chorus: Girls Glee Club 2: Senior Choir 3, 4: Senior Choir Librarian 4: State Music Con- test 2, Pep Club 1, 2: Vice-Prsident 3: Musicals 1, 2 3, 4. Kathryn Ann Birong. Fourth Row: Linda J. Bloeki: Harmonettes 3, 4: Pep Club 1: Riding Club 1: Girls Swim Team 4: French Club 1, 2: Talent Show 4: Pan Language Banquet 1, 2, 3, 4: 7 Semester Honor Pin. Patricia Bukowski: Class Board 2, 3, 4: Student Council 4: Ccronets 3 4. Ml- chael Vi Burke: Track 2, 3, 4: Bemldijl Ball 4: 7 Se- mester Honor Pin: Chemistry Club 4: Key Club: Trans- ferred as a. sophomore from Brebeuf Prep School, In- dianapolis, Indiana. Lori L. Cahill: Orchesis 3, 4: N.F.L. Calendar Girl. Fifth Row: Paula. D. Carstens: Orchesis 3, 4: N.F.L. Cal- endar Girl: Christmas Ball Queen: 4 Semester Honor Pin: Class Board 1, 2, 3. Bruce T. Clark: Football 1, 2, 3. Cheryl L. Clarkson: Class Board 2, 3, 4: French Club 2, 3: Riding Club 2, 3: Stage Crew 1: Ski Club 2, 3, 4: Semester Honor Pin: Triple "S" 2: Pan Language Banquet 1, 3. Sharon K. Conner. 44 Seniors First Row: Barbara L. Wotruba. Laura. A. VVray: GAA 2, 3, 4: Freshman Girls' Chorus 1: Heights 4: Home Economies Club 3, 4: Future Teachers 3, 4: Triple "S" 2, 3: 7 Semester Honor Pin: Tennis Team. Michael K. Yorke: Track 1, 2, 3, 4: Cross Country 1, 2, 3: "A" Club 3, 4: Rifle Club. D0n A. Zacharlzms: Football 1, 2, 3, 4: Track 1. Second Row: Valerie J. Zaehwieja. Karen Rao Adamini: Freshmen Girls Chorus 1: Riding Club 1: Pep Club 2, 3: Cardinal Staff 3, 4: Stage Crew 1, 2: Transferred as a freshman from Wayzata Jr. High School, Wayzata, Minnesota.. Janet E. Almblad: Triple "S" 1, 2, 3: Span- ish Club 1, 2: Pep Club 1, 2: Freshman Class Board 1: I. E. 4: Stage Crew 3, 4: Plays 4. Kathleen J. Bach. Sixth Row: Susan J. Conroy. Cathay M. Cushing: "Har- monettes 3, 4: Musical 3: Talent Show 4: Triple "S" 1, 2: Pep Club 1, 4, Officer 2, 3: stare vocal contest, Superior Rating 2, 3, Nancee E. Dailey: Class Board 2, 3, 4. Treasurer 1: N.H.S. 2, 3, 4: Student Council 1, 2: Coronets 2, 3, 4: Color Guard 2, 3, 4: 7 Semester Hon- or Pin: Quill and Scroll 4: Heights 3, 4, Michael J. D' Angelo: Football 1, 2, 3, All Conference 4: Track 2, 3, 4: Wrestling 1, 2: "A" Club 3, 4: Student Council 3: 4 Semester Honor Pin. Seventh Row: Diane Ercl. Dennis C. Foreman: Football 1, 2, 3, C0-Captain 4: Track 3, 4: Basketball 1, 2, 3: Baseball 1, 2: "A" Club 3, 4. Diane L. Genlslo: Span- ish Club 1: Senior Leaders 4. Deborah A. Glomski: Riding Club 1: D.E. 4. Class of 19 1 First Row: Peglxay Jo Graham: Spanish Club 2, Sec- retary 1: stage Crew 1, 3, 4: Pep Club 1: Music De- partment 1, 2, 3, 4: Class Board 4: Homecoming Court 4: Musical 4: Drug Survey Board. Ellzabetll A. Griffith: Coronets 3, 4: Color Guard 4: Orchestra 1, 2, 3: Musical 1, 2, 3: Triple "S" 1, 2, 3: French Club 1, 2, 3: Class Board 2, 3: 7 Semester Honor Pin. Peggy A. Grub: GAA 1, 2: Concert Band A 2, 3: German Band 3: 4 Semester Honor Pin: Class Board 4. Gall E. Gullfoll: GAA 1: French Club 1, 2: Talent Show 2, 4: Cheerleading 2, 3: Coronets 4: Color Guard 4: Student Council 3. Second Row: Paul Gundry. Margaret E. Harris: Spanish Club: Orchesis: D. O.: Journalism: Freshman Girls Chorus. Nancy L. Hanth. Pamela S. l-lodges: Harmonettes 3, 4: Tri-M 2, 3, 4: Class Board 3, Triple "S" 1, 2: Fresh- man Glrls Chorus 1: Girls' Glee 2: GAA 1: State Mu- sic Contest 1, 2, 3, 4. Sixth Row: Deborah Ann Lindsay: Future Teachers 2: Ski Club 3: Class Board 3: Pep Club 2. Deborah J. Loeser: Ski Club 1, 2: Orchesls 3, 4. Stephcnie Lough- ran. Gregory Lude. Seventh Row: Marsha. A. McClellan: Spanish Club 1: D. 0. Betsy A. Mccouum: Cheerleading 1, 2, 3: Secretary 4: Coronation Committee 1, 2, 3, 4: Class Board 1, 2, 3: Student Council 2: French Club 2: Art Club 3: Scho- lastic Art Award 3. Carl W. McWhorter: Football 1, 2, 3, 4: All-Conference 4: Wrestling 1: Tennis 1, 2, 3, 4. All-Conference 3: A-Club 3, 4: Bemidji Ball 3, 4. Susan M. Miller. Third Row: Robyn B. Holmes: Art Club 2, President 3: Class Board 2, 3, 4: French Club 1, 2, 3: Triple "S" 1: Pep Club 1, 2. Wllllnm F. Horn. Barbara L. Hudeo: Freshman Girls' Chorus 1: Girls' Glee 2: I-Iarmonettes 3, 4: Talent Show 4: Pan Language 2, 3: 4 Semester Hon- or Pin: Musical 3, 4. Jeffrey L. Jensen. F0urth Row: Susan Rose J01mson: Trl "M" 2, 3, 4: Or- chestra 1, 2, 3, 4: Student Council 1, 2, 3: Class Board 2, 3, President 1: NFL Calendar Girl 2: 7 Semester Honor Pin: Svtate Music Contest 1, 4, Superior 3. Kent Kulwitz: Hall Monitor 2, 3. Cynthia D. Kurt: NHS 2, 3, 4: Heights 3, Picture Editor 4: Cheerleading 1, 2, 3, 4: Homecoming Court 4: Class Board 1, 2, 3: Coronation committee 1, 2,, 4: Chairman 3: DAR Award Recipient. Barbara A. Krysh: Future Teachers Association 1: Pep Club 1, 2: French Club 1, 2: Class Board 1: Freshman Girls' Chorus. Fifth Row: Debbie L. Larson: Coronets 3, 4: Color Guard 3, 4: GAA 1, 2, 3: Future Teachers' 1: Home Economics Career Club 1: French Club 1, 2: Trlple "S" 2. Susan B. Lasher: Class Board 2, 3, 4, Vlce-Presi- dent 4: Coronets 3, 4: Student Council 3, 4: Heights 4: Triple "S" 1, 2: Color Guard 4: 7 Semester Honor Pin: Spanish Club 1, 2. Mary L. Levecke: Class Board 3, 4: Coronets 4: Color Guard 4: National Thespian So- ciety 1, 2, 4: Triple "S" 1. Deborah A. Leydlg: Cheerleading 1: Drill Team 2: Orchesis 3, 4: Chorallers 3, 4: Tri-"M", 2, 3, 4: Ski Club 1, 2, 3, 4: Musi- cals 1, 2, 3, 4: NFL Calendar Girl 2. 45 Q, .Q - .4 t-4. - Third Row: Janlco A. Plrtle. Susan A. Reid: Talenrt Show 2. Gary C. Rettberg: Key Club 3, Vice-President 4: Gymnastics 2, 3: Cross Country 1: Class Board 1, 2, 3: Student Council 4: Track 1. Diane M. Reider: Sen- ior Cholr 3, 4: Choraliers 3, 4: Plays 1, 2, 3, 4: Girls' Glee 2: Tri "M" 3, Secretary 4: Musical 1, 2, 3: 4 Semester Honor Pin. Fourth Row: Dale A. Rutheuberg: Freshman Girls' Chor- us Treasurer 1: Class Board 1, 2, 3: Student Council 1, 2: Pan Language Banquet 1: Coronation Committee 3: 7 Semester Honor Pin. John L. Smlccky. Jenn Marin Santelll: Class Board 1, 2: Coronets 2: GAA 1: Color Guard 2, Sergeant 3, 4. Laurie L. Schlmmcl: Class Board 1, 2, 3, 4: Triple "S" 1: Pep Club 1. 46 Class of 19 1 First Row: Stephen G. Moore: Football 1, 2, 3, 4: Wrestling 1, 2, 3,,4: "A" Club 4: Track 2: Baseball 1: Class Board 2: Ski Club 3, 4. Itenne K. Moreau. Mark C. Morgan: Track 1, 2, 3: Ski Club 3, 4: Key Club 4: -Ping Pong Club 4: Political Action Group 2: Football 1: Transferred as a junior from John F. Ken- nedy High School, Cedar Rapids, Iowa. Karen L. Mun- Sell. Second Row: Steven J. Mustaln. Therese E. Newsome: Girls' Glee 2, Secretary 3: Senior Choir 4: Art Club 1, 2: Latin Club 1, 2, 3: Class Board 2, 3: 4 Semester Honor Pin. Susan L. Pace: Coronets 2, 3, Captain 4: Color Guard 2, 3: NHS 3, 4: Heights 3, Copy Editor 4: Quill and Scroll 4: 7 Semester Honor Pin: Class Board 1, 2, 3, 4. Susan G. Phlllis: Class Board 2, 3. Fifth Row: Nancy B. Scudder: Student Forum Vice-Presb dent 3, 4: Homecoming Court 4: Cardinal 3, 4: Stu- dent Council 1, 2, 3, 4: Orchesis 3, 4: Coronets 2: NFL Calendar Girl 2: 7 Semester Honor Pin. Joan D. Smith: Class Board 1, 2, 3, Treasurer 4: National Thes- pian Society 1, 2, 3, 4: Spanish Club 1, Secretary-Treas- urer 2: Stage Crew 1, 2, 3: GAA 1, 2. 4. Melvil-I0 B. Smith: Track 1, 2: Cross Country 2: Senior Choir 2, 3, President 4: NHS 3, 4: Tri "M" 2, 3, Vice-President 12 Student Council 4: Class Board 4: Transferred as a soph- omore from. Gateway Senior High School, Monroevllle, Penn- sylvania. Ronald W. Stanley. Sixth Row: Sally I. Stegemeycr. Denise Steinman. Susan K. Stenger. David C. Syoenz Gymnastics 1: DO 3, 4. Seventh Row: Pamela J. Teuchert: Class Board 1, 2: NFL Calendar Girl: Chorallers 4: Musicals 1, 2, 3, 4. Jef! S. Thleman: Swimming 1, 2, 3, 4: Football 1: Tennis 1, 2: "A" Club 2, 3, 4: Key Club 3, 4. Donna, L. Thorsson: Transferred as a junior from Alvernla High School, Chicago, Illinois. Cathy J. Townsend: Orchesls 3, 4. Flrst Row: Patricia A. Townsen1l.,Sl1elley Townsend: Coro- ne-ts 3, Captain 4: Leader 4. Nancy L. Vunek. Dean Walker. Second Row: Kathleen Ward. Kerry E. Wetton: IE 3, 4. Kathleen H. Witcher. Nltayapom Nnsaree: AFS Stu- dent: Student Council 4: NHS 4: French Club 4. Third Row: Patrick J. Anderson: Bemidji Ball 2: Trans- ferred as a sophomore from St. Viator High School, Arlington Heights, Illinois. Greg G. Dattllo: Football 1, 2: Gymnastics 1, 2, 3, 4: 4 Semester Honor Pin: Bernard Golbeek. Stephen Carncross. CAMERA-SHY SENIORS Karl Absil, Jeffery Adam, janet Almblad, Steven Carncross, Daniel Craig, Norbert Darmofal, Gregory Dattilo, Thomas Davies, Timothy Densmore, Jane Dickinson, Tun Dixon, Timothy Draut, Al Duenn, james Eggert, Mike Ellis, john Ernst, Mary Fellner, Coonie Glaser, Suzanne Goebbert, Richard Hanson, Michael Hartig, Gordon Heise, Robert Hidenbrandt, George Hildinger, Peter Jacobs, Mary jacomin, Wil- liam Kelly, Constance Kindler, David Knoderer, Charles Koehnke, Brad Koerner, Karl Larrison, Steven Leigh, Therese McLoraine, Robert McReyno1ds, Alan Mitchell, Timothy Neilson, William Nicholson, Maureen Pearson, Roger Pelletier, Daniel Rapp, Patti Rehm, John Schmidt, Thomas Surge, Thomas Tillman, Michael Walt- house, Ken Wells, Kyle Wiederhold. Homeroom 53: Julio Tollelson: Medical Careers Club: GAA.: Girls' Tennis Team: Ski Club. Pntrlcln Townsend: Stage Crew 1: Pep Club 1: Coronation Committee 1, 2, 3: Coronets 2: Office Guide 3: Cheerleader 3: Orchesis 4. Gayle Trulove: Office Guide 1: Class Board 1, 2: Triple "S" 2: Talent Show 4: NFL Calendar Girl. Maryann Urlok: Triple "S" 1, 2: 7 Semester Honor Pin: Spanish Club 2: Orchesis 3, President 4. Nancy Vaneli: Music 1, 2, 3, 4: Sitate Music Contest Superior, Excellent: Musical 3, 4: Tri-M 2: Spanish Club 1: Opera 3. John Van dellierkt: Gymnastics 1, 2: DE. Jack Va.nVeen: Golf 1, 2, 3, Captain 4: "A" Club 3, 4: Hall Monitor 3. Lana Volland: Cheerleader 3: Coronets 4: GAA 1, 2: Senior Leader 4: Art Club'3, Secretary 2: Ski Club 1: 7 Semester Honor Pin. Linda. Wald- buesser: Pep Club 1, 2: Stage Crew 1, 2, 3, 4: Play 4. Katherine Walsh: NTS 1: French Club 1, 2: Ski Club 1, 2, 3: Class Board 1, 2, 3, 4: Color Guard 3: Senior Leader 4: 4 Semester Honor Pin. Karen Weber: 7 Semester Honor Pin, Plays 3, 4: Musical 3, 4: Triple "S" 1: Class Board 2, 3, 4: Girls' Glee 3: .Senior Choir 4. Patricia Weber: Spanish Club 1: G-AA 1, 2: Nurse'l Airle 3: Library Aide 2: Office Guide 2. 1- ,fs 'T 1 "Don't be a sissy!" sings Nancy Bauler ' y ' Y .' as the other girls play their characters. ' ' C' 47 Senior cheering squad being unable to attend, Abbe Theissen, Gail Bolduc, and Marybeth Schroeder Qabovej volunteer to substitute. Mr. Eitemiller instructs Kathy Hruby on trig func- tions fbelowj, while Phil Radrner frightj demonstrates his karate on a podium. Karen Rue fbelow rightj displays her newly found creative talents at work at one printing press in the art rooms. ff , 48 21 x i 4 1 5 1 F 'I 3I l u Senior football star Scotty Douglas fleftj breaks through the Cardinal hoop at the beginning of the Prospect game. At the pre-game pep assembly fabovej, half of the varsity squad enjoys a joke while the others appear rather worried about the night's game. A physics lab fbelowj takes the interest of Denny Foreman and John Brodnan. , ' -guwf ' ' .' 1- 9 M : six!! V HN .A gf:-N I EE . 'new , r U X: w 'I tt M Q a- 1 Its: 1 - 22452 but QV. ll I tt t"'12gg,,,x wr-ssl-Q i Q 'iliilii Q ,mn cmnim x ffm ' Vnufh I 2. Mm 1 X W, eff" 'fi' Nit Nasaree, foreign exchange student from Thailand, stops to reflect on new life that she is now leading at Arlington Hlgh. 50 t ixfvfci ' -X Patricia Schumate fabovej and Connie Pickrell frightj prove that "practice makes perfect." Meanwhile fbelow rightj Marcie Flo- din, Robyn Holmes demonstrate techniques in several medias of artwork. fBelowj Lynn Gray, Sue Lasher, Kathy Hurley, Ro- byn Holmes, and Carolyn Meister relax during Hunger Hike. eniors Move nward 515' ' " wi - 33555 , -, is EW fl : Z SES: - semis? f 5 and .,1.- -ly-1,5 - . 4. -g..'.' T 21 -5: - 4 iff, K fi 1 H ar 3:-' "5 , - Vg A, Y iiggg V mi: , e tai - '52 f t 44 -it me a gp, ' ' 935155:- fi , V , ' 4 , xt, N ,-if S ,,.1:qt!' ,, V . Q., I f x X J A mil' IUNIOR CLASS BOARD Front Row: Paula Mechling, Kathy McKay, Marylee Cronin, Karen McKay. Second Row: Patti Miller, Debbie Teuchert, Donna Davis, Ellen Frisbie. Juniors Look head To Senior Responsibilities 2357312 'N 'Tin if-if f,.EQE?A:.'f3fl.-'-, 1' fmlgisth :. ,t,,,ZQ5,."i.:f-.1 i""':2 ' ' A' W L -fe W 1sg2ff's?uW'g,f,ln 3. . any - -2 -V :misin- IUNIOR CLASS OFFICERS . Front Row: Vice-president jeff Baker, President Bob Givens, Secretary Chris Losos, Treasurer Debbie Teuchert. 52l At the beginning of their junior year, the class of 1972 was faced with quite a big task. They had to raise enough money for the 1971 prom. The juniors Wanted to make May 28, which was the night of the prom, the most memorable event for all who attended. By sponsoring many money-making projects, the jun- iors were able to meet this goal. They began to plan for the fall kick-off dance the previous May. This dance, which was the result of an entire summer of Work, was held on Saturday, Septem- ber 12, at 8:30 P.M. in the Grace Gymnasium. Another fall activity was running the Wheeling High School football game concessions. Basketball game concessions and coke dances followed as activ- ities that helped in supporting the financial responsi- bility of the prom. While raising money for their prom, the juniors were also bus promoting class spirit. They urged par- ticipation from every student in the class. The board was made up of only the interested students. The board was led through the year by President Robert Givens. jeff Baker, vice-president of the jun- ior class, assisted him to a large degree. The secretary of the class of '72 was Chris Losos. As treasurer of the junior class, Debbie Teuchert had an important duty. She was responsible for obtaining the funds neces- sary for the Prom. The 1970-1971 school year was a hustling, but yet rare year for the hard-Working junior class as well as its versatile, resourceful leaders. 1 1 l 1 'I Class of 1972 First Row: Franklln Adams, Bill A1- exander, Andrea Amato, Janet Ander- son, Jim Anderson, Jean Anderson, Pete Anderson, Sue Andresen, Bob Annett. Second Row: Carole Aronson, Debra. Ashley, Mark Atwater, Steve Bach, Jeff Baker, Dave Bark, Joanne Barker, El- leen Barrett, Rhonda Barrett. Third Row: Bob Bauer, Karen Bayuk, Gordon Beckman, Debra Bell, Janet Benson, John Bereshelm, Angela Berry, Kim Blalkowskl, John Blair. Fourth Row: Richard Blakeman, Cheryl Bloom, Donna Boyles, Gary Brauns- reuter, Penny Bremer, Cynthia Bron- Well, Nancy Brousseau, James Brown, Susan Brown. Fifth Row: Beverly Burch, David Burger, Catherine Burke, Pam Burk- hardt, Sue Burkhardt, Ron Burlingame, Gary Capllnger, Susan Carancl, Can- dice Cardinell. Sixth Row: Linda. Carl, Philip Carl- sen, Mark Carlson, Sally Cassidy, Vir- ginia Catlin, Don Chambers, Anne Char-land, Jeff Chase, Mike Cleveland. Seventh Row: Bert Coliannl, Nancy Collins, Susan Collins, Cheryl Colson, Bob Comer, Cindy Conley, Alan Con- rad, Frank Constantlno, Barb Contl. Eighth Row: Mary Cook, Tim Cook, Steve Cooper, Richard Corbett, Blll Cournoyer, Gerald Courvolsler, -Mary Cronin, Linda Cupldro, Carol Dalbke. Ninth Row: Tom Dalcompo, Lee David- heiser, Donna Davis, Sue Dawson, Bart Delaney, Vlvkl Dellacecca, Bob Demp- sey, Whitney Dobbertln, Kevin Dona.- hue. . Tenth Row: Kathy Donahue, Janet Dore, Pauline Dority, Joanne Dougher- ty, Sherrye Doyle, Patricia Doyle, Tom Dutt, Jeanne Ebert, Kenneth Edelblute. Eleventh Row: Lisa Erickson, Patricia. Erlancler, Janice Esterl, Steve Estrella., Bob Esvang, Laurel Ewert, Donna. Fer- rara, Rlfta. Flduccla, Steve Finnegan. Twelfth Row: James Fitzpatrick, Janet Fluhrer, Kenneth Follett, Nancy Forch, Phyllis Ford, Ed Foy, Michael Frleburg, Beth Friese, Ellen Frlsble. Thirteenth Row: Desiree Frlschmann, Nora Furman, John Gfbbel, Marilyn Glllen, Mike Gilllg, Ann Gilmore, Bob Givens, Donna Glassner, Franz Golbeck. Fourteenth Row: Laura Godzlckl, Don Gooding, Craig Grandt, Blll Grandt, Dave Grashorn, Patricia Grob, Jane Gundry, Raymond Guvthrey, Holly Han- sen. 53 Juniors First Row: Sally Hansen, Steve Harms, James Hauer, James Heffernan, Deb- orah Heicken, Mary Heile, James Heiftbrink, John Heitz, Bill Heller. Second Row: Margaret Heller, Thomas Hendricks, Ann Hendricksen, Karen Henson, Janice Herbst, Joyce Herr- mann, Nancy Hess, Jeanne Hey, Mary Hickox. Third Row: Frank Higgason, Ann Hil- lenmayer, Kent Hipple, Karen Hoff, Kevin Hofstad, Brian Hogan, Kenneth Holthusen, James Hopkins, Dan Hourl- gan. Fourth Row: Bill Houseknecht, Karen Howe, James Huber, Martha Hughes, Jeff Hunsicker, Dave Huster, Diane Hynes, Dave Irlbacker, Linda. Isaac- son. Fifth Row: Janet Iversen, Judy Iver- sen, Scott Jacobsen, Thomas Jarm, Wendy Jenkins, Carol Jemberg, Laurie Johnson, Lynnette Johnson, Pamela Johnson. Sixth Row: Thomas Johnstin, Margo Jones, Roberta Judycki, Steve Jurco, Dennis Kamps, Andy Kanouse, Gordon Kaser, John Katovich, Diane Kelley. Seventh Row: Cheryl Kellogg, Cathy Kelly, John Kelly, Frances Kemplsty, Richard Kindler, Richard Kirstein, Bob Koehnke, Dale Komarek, Glenn Kost. Eighth Row: Katherine Kowalski, Llda Kreidich, Tona Kroll, Linda Kruse, Anne Kunze, Joel Kuykendall, Greg Lanzon, Loni Larson, Doug Law. Ninth Row: .Tack Legg, Helen Lehman, Ed Leister, Dawn Lamar, Cathy Len- tine, Lisa Livingston, James Locasclo, Gary Lockwood, Christine Losos. Tenth Row: Virginia Loughman, Shar- on Luker, David Lykken, Lisa Maas, Con MacCarthy, Bill Mackey, Todd Main, Judy Maitland, Mike Mangan. Eleventh Row: Chris Markstrom, Guy Marrone, Terry Martinson, Walter Maun, James McGra1th, Sharon Mc- Grath, Kathy McHugh, Kathy McKay, Karen McKay. Twelfth Row: Terrence McLaughlin, Nancy McMillan, Dee Meacham, Bonnie Mensching, Eliza. Merryweather, Janis Meyer, .Tudy Michalski, Bill Michalson, Donna Miller. ,Thirteenth Row: Patricia. Miller, Dave Mills, Dorothy Mitchell, Michael Mit- chell, Mary Mock, Jack Moon, Betsy Moore, Dana Morken, Eliot Morris. Fourteenth Row: Marian Murphy, Mike Musich, Ann Nakutny, Cathy Narup, Mary Newsome, Mark Niemczyk, Tom Noerenberg, David Nor-dyke, Vickie Oas. 54 K, .I lf , .Lf h . Q 4' 'x'9 ,sf Q 4 '- I lm Q' f ' is cyl, fx is 1 . , 1' ' lil A xqq , J J -q i-7 1 if J If i Q 5 l .T V.. 4 ff .1 :- f-vt. ' YU. ' Q 'il .By ,. 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' :J '1 J " ' . ,P Aa K' . . -- lk gif - ' M- , if A . 1 ' , Y 1 . Y ' A -fu: " 'ik' " 1 ' ' xl ' Z dau., , 1 "V " fmxlu 1 U E 1 ,e , 4. fi, .. , 'V ' fs " f x? 'V . , ,v 'S -. I 'L ' A '7 K -V JV, FQ' , V fm: A V ' 'iv V :Qt ',V VV fr 'J J elalll , K t . , 14, , V L T , V ,sv-if -1 , A V , ij V e if ff .ai ,P 'X , " ,n .Lg fi-i:.L'-,V':.l lm - l X, 53,11 V VV EI' '11-' ' ,Q-A V ,V --1. ' 1 ' -- . YQ' t ' . I f! f 'if' ,V " VVV V , 'V' VVV QIWVV VV -,QV VV V,-, -N ,,.:f, . ' , ' " 5 ' , "H , Class of 1972 First Row: Elizabeth Oestman, Kath- leen Olsson, Pat O'Neal, Melissa Opela, Joann Oppenheimer, Frank Paariusser, Susan Padgltt, Barbara Pamp, Amy Parchmann. Second Row: Pamela Parlse, Bob Parks, Janice Parvin, Linda Pascale, Pamela Patherg, John Patterson, Bob Peale, Kathy Pearce, Kim Pearson. Thlrd Row: Rita Pearson, Linda Peck- ham, Lorraine Pedersen, Anna Pelland, Paul Penuings, David Perry, Davld Pet- ersen, Laurle Petersen, David Petrov- ski. Fourth Row: Roxanne Petruccl, Marj- orie Philllp, Harry Pickrell, Maureen Piper, Terrence Platt, Alan Plaza, Mary Pliska, Tim Pogalz, Andrea Polites. Fifth Row: Richard Porowskl, MI- chael Prafke, Mark Prentiss, Judy Pro- chaska, .Tulle Przebieda. Deborah Quick, Greg Quid, John Ramsey, Kathy Reckert. Sixth Row: Bryn Reese, Kristin Reeves, Carol Reglone, Carol Richards, Lynn Robertson, Laurie Robinson, Kathy Roche, Charlene Rockett, Larry Roo- vaart. Seventh Row: Linda Ross, Jon Rowad- er, Nancy Rudin, Patricia Rusch, Gary Russell, Bob Russell, Colleen Ryan, Scott Ryan. Eighth Row: Sheryl Ryckaert, Lenore Rypkema, Steve Sadlickl, Tim Sands, Mary Santelli, Ken Sawusch, John Sber- toli, Barbara Schaefer, Suzanne Schaef- er. Ninth Row: Martha Scheldemantel, David Schlott, Hlldy Seevers, Vlckl Sevilla, Lloyd Sexton, Barbara Sher- man, Denise Sherman, Nancy Simon, Laura, Slvertsen. Tenth Row: Donna Skogland, Ed Skol- nik, Ludovlk Skorvanek, John Slezak, Troy Slinkard, Suzanne Small, Gail Smith, Terry Smith, Michael Sorensen. Eleventh Row: Alice Spoerlein, B e t h Stanczalz, Stephanie Srtauder, Partricla Stebbins, Meryl Lee Steele, Janet Steil, Scott Stelngraber, Karen Stephens, Jim Stoll. Twelfth Row: Peter Stull, Claudia Sub- Iette, Rick Sundqulst, B111 Tarchala, Joe Ternko, Deborah Teuchent, Kevin Thal, Deborah Thalman. Thlrtccnth Row: Joy Thomas, Brian Thornton, Ray Thorsen, Marcia. Tin- clall, Mark Toberman, Eric Tollefson, Deborah Tonnesen, Teri Townsend, Emadene Travers. Fourteenth Row: Terry Tremblay, Gayle Trulove, Claudia Turner, Nancy Urban, Scott Vandellen, Joy Vandy, Fred Vogt, Kim Vollendorf, Ralph Von Gerhard. 55 Juniors Fh-st Row: Alan Wagner, Cindy Wagner, Laura. Wagner, Brian Walker, Peggy Wall, Laurel Wall- ner, Pamela Walsh, Carol Walsh, Kim Ward. Second Row: Nancy Warnecke, Ml- chael Warns, Bodo Weber, Stacia. Weber, Sandra. Weber, Sharon Well- hausen, Doug Wells, Bill Welton, Mary Wenzel. Third Row: Carol Werner, Chris- tine Westphal, .Tune Wheaton, Lynne VV'heeler, David White, Lorie Wich- strom, Richard Wiegel, Peggy Wil- bins, Tim Will. Fourth Row: Janet Williams, Ray Williams, .Tea n Wilson, Elizabeth Winters, Mary Wlrka., Larry Wolff, Katherine Wood, Gayle Woods, Philip Woulf. -V Fifth Row: Barbara Wray, Doug Wunderle, Jeff Wysocki, James 'Yea- zel, Christine Yonkers, M i c h a e 1 Yore, Mary Yorke, Joan Zimmer, Coleen Zitzer. Sixth Row: Patvtle Zoelllck, Bob De- Joy, Jennifer Dixon, Keith Hoder, Craig Lasher, Ann Lockwood, Pam Millet, Linda Moyer, Gall Thomp- son. 7 , 1, E P, W N , ,i f ,W , ,1 W y 1 1- ,lf X3 xl' N -ff 56 X . , Junior Andrea Polites Qleftj talks animatedly to Greg Wetland while a girls' junior physical education class Qabovej gets some pracuce by using number seven 110115- nl I f '51 ., gi. ' A va -gin . me V-w nw District wrestling champ Mark Chidley fbelowj thinks, "I wish this guy would get off my back!" as Dean Powell frightj shouts a few words of encouragement to urge his teammates to victory. Juniors Look To 1972 O 4-XX ! I 58 'T Q Sharon Wellhausen and her escort fleftj enjoy themselves at the Homecoming llance entitled "Moonlight and Cornstalksf' Sue Small fabovej creates a masterpiece in art. ophomore pirit oars To An All New Height The Sophomores decided that their class board was in need of change and improvement. One of the moves toward this change was the creation of two more positions on the executive board. The new offices were those of "standing committee chairmen." They had just as much voice as the other officers. The sophomores' school year to find what the sophomores liked or disliked about it, and whether they were satisfied with its functions. This year, the sophomores tried new ideas, which were reflected in the first coke dance of the year. A new group named the "Family Portrait" provided an appreciative audience with a fine selection of folk songs. One of the ways the sophomores earned money for their class was by running concessions. Class Board sponsored projects where there was no emphasis on profit or loss. They wanted to help provide activities just for the sophomores. This helped them work together and get to know each of the other students in their class. j Ray Hollenbach was elected president of the soph- more class board. Geoff Rieder was vice-president. The secretary was Judy Nielsen and Peggy Stoker was treasurer. Scott Stains and Steve Smith were the com- mittee chairmen. The goal of the sophomore class board was unity and improvement. Next year, as juniors, the soph- omores will be able to work together for success. SOPHOMORE CLASS OFFICERS Front Row: Treasurer Peggy Stoker, Secretary Judy Nielsen. Second Row: Committee Chairman Scott Stains, President Ray Hollenbach, Vice-president Geoff Rieder. Third Row: Commit- tee Chairman Steve Smith. 1,- l I SUPHOMORE CLASS BOARD Front Row: Sue Lockwood, Ray Hollenbach, Peggy Stoker, Marilyn Wallner, Wendy Daly, Judy Nielsen, Adrienne Rudy, Tammy Mattix, Lenore Ramsaier, Christie Windheim. Second Row: Sue Hinton, Mollie Schimmel, Laureen Bohn, Sharon Rypkema, Jill D'Angelo, Sue Comly, Tom Bierma, Jody Peter- sen, Tammy Betters. Third Raw: Mary Nowack, Kathy Black- berg, Joan Hampton, Alan Lukhaub, Scott Stains, Rick Cook, Chip Howes, Steve Smith, Judy Ulrich, Geoff Rieder. 59 ophomores Flrst Row: Mary Adaminl, Joh n Adams, Tania Aleshire, James Almdale, Jeff Almdale, Gail Alterinl, Donald Andersen, Carol Anderson, Rachel An- derson. Second Row: Jeanne Andresen, Tom Arnold, Kim Arnoux, Craig Aspln, Dave Auge, Mike Baker, Karol Ballou, Deborah Bark, Nancy Barker. Third Row: Cathy Barkulis, Ann Barna., James Barrett, Margaret Barry, Debra Bauer, Dawn Bays, Marianne Bellino, Susan Benoit, Julie Berggren. Fourth Row: Leonard Bergstrom, Greg Berry, Tamara Betters, John Bleber, Tom Blerma, John Bird, Bill Blrd, Dl- ane Blrong, Kathy Blackberg. Fifth Row: Bill Blockl, Bob Blomqulst, Laureen Bohn, Mary Boldan, James Borgelt, Jody Broman, Kelley Brady, Jeff Brauer, Janet Broadfoot. Slxth Row: Betsy Brogan, Barbara Brown, Barry Brown, Nicholas Brown, Terry Brown, Dawn Bruhnke, Maureen Brunker, Christin Buckingham, B ob Bunn. Seventh Row: Bill Bunnelle, Cynthia Bunting, Linda Burda, Candace Burk- ett, John Burkhardt, Carol Burlingame, Linda Butow, Jeff Caplinger, Colleen Carrnean. Eighth Row: David Carpenter, Suzanne Carter, Carmel Cassidy, Susan Catlin, Mary Cerwin, Mary Christensen, Roger Ciszon, Leeanne Clarbour, James Clark. Ninth Row: Richard Clauslng, Richard Clemans, Brian Cohan, Theresa Col- amatteo, Colleen Coleman, Gall Coll- anni, Susan Comly, Nancy Condon, Bob Conklin. Tenth Row: Cathy Connor, Suzanne Conti, Joyce Conway, Alan Cook, Barb- ara Cordlng, Pamela Creamer, Deborah Crocco, Thomas Cronin, Dan Cunning- ham. Eleventh Row: Pamela Curran, Mary .To Cysewskl, Randall Dady, Steve Dal- ley, John Dalton, Wendy Daly, Jill D'Angelo, Tom Davies, Karen Daugh- try. Twelfth Row: Kurt D a. v is, Elizabeth Dean, Brian Deevy, Nick 'Deglorgim Dean Delacecca, Mary Dempsey, Jeanne Detweller, Barbara Dickinson, J a ue Dickinson. Thirteenth Row: John D lll 0 n, Jeff Dlttman, Patricia Dixon, Heather Dob- bins, Marilyn Donath, Mary Dougherty, Catherine Drazba, Renne Drolet, Ter- ese Duro. Fourteenth Row: Diane Dustman, Cath- erlne Ebel, Peggy Enright, Ed EVBDSH1, Dan Extrnm, Dave ,Fahrlon, Janice Faitz, Dan Farrell, Mary Fellner. 60 X oi s FE'- ,E r A if ,gif Wait," .1 ,gg -juz, ,f'3,,,,. ,DQS 1. ' , ','g.- g1Q..,? ," ,V 1 ,. A I, . li-H ff' " '. ' , , al 1 4 - Hr. 4 -. .nr as r m . ...N A ,.... tif, . .. ., Q h , . 1,4 A xr- X Q' 1 - , V E l 3 5,29 F 5? 1 :' V J V' J' J , , .4533 w sv! I Y an, Class of 19 3 First Row: Roberta Flduccia, Donald Firnhach, Elaine Fisher, Douglas Ford, Mark Foreman, Steven Frankovic, Wen- dy Frantz, Pamela Fuchs. Second Row: Brian Gaare, Sandra Gab- ler, Mary Gabrlelsen, Deborah Gerfy, Linda Gerler, Wayne Geyer. Noralee Glbler, Sheree Gilbert, Elizabeth Gim- bel. Thlrd Row: Laurie Glander, Tim Glis- son, James Glueckert, John Golbeck, Sandra. Grassmuck, Earl Gray, Douglas Grewe, Kenneth Grlzzell, Gary Gron- lund. Fourth Row: Natalie Guentner, Patrick Gullfoil, Teresa Haas, Janet Haeger, Mary Hahn, Carol Haldeman, Dale Halsall, Cathy Hammock, Donald Ham- mond. Fifth Row: Joan Hampton, Mary Ellen Hansen, Wendy Hansen, Gerald Han- son, Karen Hanson, Susan Hanson, Pet- er Harper, Stephen Harris, William Harris. Sixth Row: David Hartman, Thomas Hartnett, Debra Harvey, Nell Hase- man, Mary Hathaway, Gregg Hauptly, Julie Hazucha, Raymond Heldenson, David Heinz. Seventh Row: Wayne Helse, Margie Heizer, Stephen Heller, Sandra Hemp- hill, Peter Hendricks, Cynthia Herd- rich, Raymond Herman, Donald Her- rick. Eighth Row: Kenneth Herrmann, Jeff Hinneberg, Susan Hinton, Ray Hollen- bach, Lesley Holmes, Richard Holmes, Douglas Holt, Nancy Horn, James Horst. Ninth Row: Charles Howes, David Jen- kins, Marilou Johanek, Kari Johnson, Linda Johnson, Sheryl Johnson, Wendy Johnson, Titus Josettl, James Joyce. Tenth Row: Susan Ellen Juhl, Josef Kalous, Nancy Kamper, Carol Kamps. Lisa Kaskie, Patricia Kavanagh, Kavth- leen Keating, Kelly Keim, Wayne Kel- Ier. Eleventh Row: Kathleen Kelly, Edward Kemper, Wayne Kernpke, Marianne Kinsley, Stephen Klein, Mary Klimek, Gary Knight, Cynthia Koerher. Twelfth Row: Paul Kolze, William Kounanls, Nancy Kouzmanoff, Deborah Kranz, Richard Kuhl, Robert Kunkel, Thomas Kurzka, Charles Lambert, Martin Landwehr. Thlrteenth Row: Stephen Langerock, Ju- dvtlh Lasher, Walter Ray Laster, Ed- ward Leighton, Chrls Lekan, Cheryl Lenahan, Bruce Lenhardt, Gary Ley- dig, Kenneth Lidge. Fourteenth Row: Lucille Lindmark, Donna Lipari, Susan Lockwood, Kar- leen Loughran, Joseph Luhan, Carol Luker, Alan Lukhaub, Linda Luss- man, .Toni Lynk. 61 QA ophomores First Row: David Mack, Nancy Maher, Patrick Maitland, Margaret Manos. Gayle Martin, Nancy Martinson, Sally llllfzzrum, Tammy Mattix, Lynn McCal- xs er. Second Row: Marjorie McCarter, Sheila McCarthy, Craig McDougall, Thomas McHugh, Scott McKay, Kevin McLaugh- li!n :Maureen MeLoralne, Barbara Mc- L 83. . Third Row: James McWherter, Karen Meinhardt, Linda Mele, Linda Mercer, James Merkel, Dean Meyer, Pamela Meyer, Donald Miley, Harold Miller. Fourth Row: Lori Miller, Rex Miller, Edward Minarlk, Dennis Miresse, Loiel John Mirs, Terrence Mltcehll, Law- rence Moderhack, Linda. Moody, Pam- ela. Moritz. Fifth Row: Robert Morton, Valerie Moser, Paul Mrozinski, Marina Muel- Ier, Pamela Munson, Cynthia Muran, Karen Murdock, Sean Murphy, Beth Myers. Shcth Row: Mark Nagel, Elizabeth Neas, Ray Nerpal, Michael Nichols, Judith Nielsen, Michael Nlemczyk, Dan Niemeyer, Michael Nltch, John Norton. Seventh Row: Mary Nowack, James Nystrom, Eric Offen, Patrick 0'Ha.ra, Mike Pace, Jeffery Palmer, Jennifer Pa:-dell, Nancy Parks, Janet Pascale. Eighth Row: Thomas Patterson. Tim Paulsen, Mchael Pautz, Neil Pearson, Stephen Pelfer, Kathy Pengilly, Ray- mond Perkins, John Pesche, Jody Petersen. Ninth Row: Gary Philo, Lynn Pierre, Deborah Pilip, Gary Plnoras, Pamela Pitts, Steven Pliska, Susan Polewko, Stephen Pollard, James Porowski. Tenth Row: Mark Prelsslng, Bonnie Prellberg, Sandy Price, Mark Pusateri, Lenore Rarnsaier, John Ramsey, Jay Rasmussen, Audrey Rateike, Gloria Reese. Eleventh Raw: Lucy Reinhard, Nancy Reitmeyer, Linda Retten, Jeanine Rich- ards, Geoffrey Rleder, Karla Rindal, Steven Ringel, Christopher Rlntz, John Robb. Twelfth Row: Donald Rodlg, Mark Rood, Jo Royer, Adrienne Rudy, Gale Russell, Patricia. Ryan, Sharon Ryp- kema, Ronald St. John, Clarke Sand- ers. Thirteenth Row: Barbara Saxton, Carol Scanlan, Joy Schaad, Steven Schaefer, Janae Schafer, Nancy Schell, Mollie Schimmel, Susan Schlnkowslcy Donald Schlatterer. Fourteenth Row: Bill Schmid, Jeff Schraruuk, Lynn Schultz, Susan Scud- der, Greg Seaman, Cindy Selan, Steve Sengson, Diane Senten, Linda Sepp. .1 T Tl V' I, , f, fa " ii i , - k F .E V - .I ,, Y lim? E521 ' 1-J .- f's l .713 g 4 ' fr' Q55 IO ,lf H Q, -Qi 'll -J ' f -- ' will .. filth. or fr ' ng-gg Vfqfffff' ff. 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' , ' ' l in-fl' 1 9 .. a ' J ifrh' 1! E .1 - it H -, A, '-o f H D lk , ,.f . 4- ij L.: ,. 1 -, 'i .fl ,V ra ffl 'N 1.1! f D ,K gf- W rr' 4 .nw , ., ' Y f- T-,I 1 ras K gs' T' 1 ...Jxx 'gig , ' x il 1 ' 4 1, l .,. , .1 ,9 f .-.I 1 , 1' ,y 9- ' 1 W' 5? ik Y 5 A-. 5 -, fl", ' I ' P415 In I 5 W ,- T451 nv' . , " , ' " ' , if 1. F , . 'TQ LK 42:1 3 lx: Q v ,YZ i H 1 ' A . x gee ' 5 ' Sli 'Ei :L -Qi :T fir.. I -,f?,i"'15 :J Q' -. s f fx 523 . ' my , 51 49" H rr' g 41l1Sl'r""' lf '1- ' V i 7 ici-rfb: Y' , ,swf ' . ,,! wr E Xi va " ?"ll.l. V , TBQN. A V P W in Class of 1973 First Row: Tom Sergey, Debra Se- villa, Glen Shaffer, Mary Shanley, Kevin Sheahen, Geoffrey Shervey, Greg Shields, Jay Short, Bill Shotwell. Second Row: Kristin Shuman, Jan- et Sieferman, Jeff Simon, Lynn Sl- mon, Bob Skolnik, Judy Slezak, Steve Sluka, Mark Snyder, Mary Sny- der. Third Row: Jean Soderstrom, Cathy Solger, Richard Sorensen, Janet Spencer, Mary Spiekerman, Michael Staahl, Scott Stains, Michael Stanc- zalc. Fourth Row: Dennis Steele, Terrence Stefanlk, Bill Stein, Walter Stenger, Kathi Stevens, Linda Stevens, Bruce Stinson, Pe ESV Stoker, Christopher Stratos. Fifth Row: Dave Stratton, Ger- maine Streif, James Stull, Nancy Sun- deen, Karen Sundquist, Sharen Sund- quist, Yvonne Swauger, Michael Sweeney, Randy Swenson. Sixth Row: Risann Taylor, Laura Tetrev, Jeff Thal, Michael Thalman, Richard Thiessen, Barbara Thom- as, Davlcl Thomas, Virginia Thomas. Seventh Row: Marjorie Thompson, Deborah Toberman, David Tollef- son, David Tremblay, Terry Trum- mer, Dove Tubbs, Mark Turkcan, Richard Turner, Sharon Underwood. Eighth Row: Patricia Vanbladel, Cheryl Vinson, Carl Wagner, Mary Wakely, Tim Walker, Marilyn Wall- ner, Bob Walters, Bob Ward, Bob Warnecke. Ninth Row: Bob Waxstein, Melis- sa Webb, Anita Weber, Don Web- er, Sco tt Weber, Steven Weber, Vickie Weidner, Helen Weidner, Tim Weller. Tenth Row: Todd Wendorf, Shar- on Whiting, K e v i n Wiederhold, Karen Wiegel, Steve Willcox, Bri- an Williams, Cynfthia Wilson, Rich- ard Wilson, Christie Wlndheim. Eleventh Row: Beth Winston, James Wojtkiewicz, Creston Woods, Theresa Woods, Mark Worman, Mary Wright, Lisa Wuestenfeld, Jeff Wulbecker, Alice Yarno. Twelfth Row: Bruce Yarno, Lee- ann Yelavlch, Dominique Young, Joan Zachwieja, Kathleen Zaucha, Pam Zel- ler, Jill Zimanzl, John Griffith, Su- san Kessenlcb. Thirteenth Row: Ellen Koch, Jo - Anne Lindblad, Claudia Ostermann, Ken Ravazzolo, Richard Taylor, Ginnie Yee. 63 Mkt :- J sw L , , E+ V :QUT lui' 1 , f 14 gvvl 1 sf fy: 1 X ii X'WS5E5iiii' 1'-mu SA 'N tm, 45. :'-2 -ii QF, K 1 ,f . J Qiiwwa W - N 11 -wr- I , gf' 'K V M ' . ' zl, Q3 I ' .- lf' ': dz , V. -I , - Q WM, -f . - 1' :X . ,-+1 I .gk ,XV L H 5295 ' i i r N3 1 ,. V9 ' i N I X . i, l, I f L, l fy X, ' .I wj , , , lim w X . ' I1 .2 n K V f ! if .MA II 1, :. ,'1. ,. 1 2i'1' A .-.- e V- Huy: 1 V 494 J, 55? :fm Vi 11 f 'Ju' L! F I ? ', , ,AIA I Jar Q gf sp Wi .'f.111- - '1'x-535 V . 1 , R ,,f. 11 lv. if .- ..f I , Y ffa w V ' I ' in li W 1 a 'Y f . rj: il 2. , 'I X, L, N, i. f , :xl ' -Y , s 4 I' 'I Q S5 f f .5.f..5f,1. 5. , "", ,S '-. plur- 6 Xu, Fm X ffm L 'r ' I . ,Q-'a A ,. V . "Q ff , I, it ,J X QV L 1 V Hi if f x l.' w .'.' ' U V i ' . K 'Il I "-lf. mi' A , - 1 ' pf' ' +1 li-i , I ifluli J ' 4 ,mn L. , f , i .vw s P-5 1. P "I wonder if I should get out a magnifying glass," thinks Dawn Brunhke Qabove? as she views some home-made jewelry. Some sophomores Qrig ltj discuss the future of Algebra in Arlington as Pat Dabbert Qbelow rightj demonstrates the relevance of the egg in hors d'oeuvres. Tom Cronin and John Dillon race fbelow lefty uying for a better time in their physical ed. class. I A' Y 7 7 " ' ' . Clase ' Acquires Pep Rallye Limelight - WW Y-.-...-A, -.,,, Y . ,, .. ,Hyip , Y Q Rx mae! up r 3, I FRESHMAN CLASS BOARD Front Row: Amy Winter, Laura Jacobs, Donna Gundry, Cheri Cushing, Laura Hammond, Joan Parish. Second Row: Todd Reese, Abby Anderson, Gail Thalman, Sue Noerenberg, Lise Dominique, Cindy Combs, Cathie Windheim. Third Row: Beth Ellingson, Debbie Davidson, Marty Bergstrom, Cathy Teuchert, Kathy Dougherty, Connie Kort, Sue Hoffman. Freshmen Fight For chiool-Wide Recognition FRESHMAN CLASS OFFICERS Front Row: Vice-President Cathy Teuchert, President Todd Reese. Second Row: Secretary Sue Hoffman, Treasurer Nanette Selleck. 66 During the first few weeks of September, Arling- ton's class of 1974 could be easily identified by the confused expressions they wore. Finding the way to class and trying to remember whether it was an odd or an even numbered room which they were seeking was their biggest problem. However, as the weeks Went by, familiarity with the building increased, and the confused expressions on the students' faces dis- appeared. Class Board officers were elected in the early part of the month of October. With their President, Todd Reeseg Vice-President Cathy Teuchertg Secretary, Sue Hoffmang Treasurer, Nannette Selleck, and sponsors Miss Martha Craig and Mr. Jack Emery, the class par- ticipated enthusiastically in an assorted variety of school activities. That happiness is contagious Was proved by the successful "happiness button" sale which this group conducted. Their very special project was the tradi- tional spring turn-about. This popular dance affords Arlington's females the chance to escort their favorite guys to the dance which was held on March 27, at the school. The girls especially liked the event which was the result of months of planning and work done by the Class of '74, As the year ended and they realized they would be upper classmen when they returned, the class re- flected on their successes and planned to face 1972 with fresh ideas for the new challenges ahead. i,t.,.v.,I - Q V 'A' Ti, ' v ii ,Q-' -. ' T H , V. .J Q J , , "4 . 'f ,vu 1. ff x ' i if '.vi X it rl mi J ' lf J A ' l 'H J' l"" " 'T M A 'ui'-5' ,J l l , K' 1 W. 'N if A X K , ,,.,,4?:g,,WY,..-, f I ' QI. Fi." 11, ' X , 1if7'?'A'7 'A - Y A . Y A., J 4 J ll , 5, j, l :Agn V-A .,,.." . V a J .1 - ll pm b x X rff i -a - x Y I , : I f , Jw ,- f M :I I4 Tx, N of.L.fJ C J QQ, N A ' - B' 1 ,, . . ' 1 1 W 1 I YIM fi 'L --, 'TH ' J Q - gl? yn N '-A""J lf .': , L55 .r , , L 2 - 1 ' I ' 'PV gk' K-rf' T2 A." - if Tp .. 4 W - in . l B 1 J or , 5-llc e - ,- C. 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M, t QI' -, , Mia., c n, , , ,Qt ses - J we V' QW ,X , ' E? "1 :. N, 'f I , in 3, l W1 I' ,- il Fl 4- , It l . TQ? A F12-Q--5 X P ,is . 2 Y " F1 fi 'fr' K Class of 1974 First Row: Edwin Ackerlund, Heidi Ahrens, Laurie Aldrich, Stephen Al- len, Catherine Amann, Abigail Ander- son, Donna Andersen, James Arm- strong, Michael Bade, Second Row: Holly Baird, Annamarle Baker, Deborah Baker, Robert Baldini, Noreen Ballack, Norman Ballack, Susan Bari, Susan Barkulis, Debra Baron. Third Row: Stephen Barrett, Kay Bar- ron, Steven Bartolone, Kathleen Bar- ton, Brent Bauske, David Bayuk,.Dl- ane Beckmann, Evelyn Behn, Tammy Behrens. - Fourth Row: Fernando Belro, Linda! Bellito, Maryanne Belter, Donna Bend- er, Elizabeth Benoit, Michael Benson, Bruce Berger, Martha Bergstrom, Doug Betters. Filth Row: Marian Bieber, Stanley Bil- lick, Scotvt Bittner, Steven Block, Kevin, Blount, Michael Boehler, Carol Bolduc, Jennifer Bosshart, Terrence Botterman. Sixth Bow: Jeannln Bouffard, Peter Bowen, Jana Bradley, Tim Brady, Barb Bragg, Ken Brask, Darryl Bratko, Deborah Bratko, Randall Brlnckman. Seventh Row: John Brink, Gary Brod- erick, Ron Brooks, Dixie Brown, Gary Brown, Raymond Brown, Steve Brun, Karen Budzelka, Laura Burch. Eighth Row: James Burger, Chris Burkhardt, Beth Burlingamef Betty' Burlingame, Greg Burmeister, Patricia Burns, Bill 'Burns, Donna. Burrt, .Art Busby. . Ninth Row: Kathy Bussart, B r I a n Byrne, Paul Calderone, Mike Callahan, Richard Campbell, S t e v e Carlson, Lynne Carlstrorn, ,Charles Carncross, Karen Carns. ' Tenth Row: Chrls Carstens, Nancy Chaps, Karen Chiames, Chris Chiodinl, Alan Christensen, Virginia Church, Brent Clark, Sue Clark, Melanie Clark- son. Eleventh Row: Bob Clausing, Jeff Cleveland, Catherine Cocker, Denise Coddington, Patricia Coleman, Deborah Collins, James Colloton, Cynthia Combs, David Conn. Twelfth Row: Sharon Connor, Cathy Cook, Karen, Cook, Tom Cook, Celeste Cooper, Caathy Cormier, Paul Craig, Jeff Cress, Michael Csepp. Thirteenth Row: Nancy Cunningham, Douglas Cuzzort, Debbie Davidson, De- nise Davis, Jean Dawson, Susan Deck- er, Jeanne Dejuillo, Eugene Delaney, Mike DeMarr. Fourteenth Row: Maureen Denten, Catherine Depew, Bill Deverna, Mar- garet Devlin, Dianne DeWitt, Jeff Dillon, Constance Dlnielli, Mary Din- neen, James Dion. 67 Freshmen Flrst Row: Mlchael Dollnajec, Lis e Dominique, Daniel Donahue, D l a n e Doppke, Kathleen Dougherty, Lynn Dougherty, Nancy Drake, Sheila Draut, Randall Duenn. Second Row: Charles Dunn, Arlene ES-!'1Y, Ann Eells, Lynn Egan, Steven Eggleston, Guy Eisenhuth, Beth Elllng- son, Janet Erbach, Richard Ertort. Third Row: Paul Ewert, Donald Fan- ning, Janet Farrell, Dianne Felke, Mary Flduccla, Ruth Finnegan, Edward Fitch, Mary Fltzpatrlck, Margaret Flores. Fourth Row: Robert Flubacker, Harold Fluher, Ronald Ford, Patricia Foreman, Mary Forsyth, Donald Fournelle, Stev- ens Foy, Frank Fralinger, Mary Fran- c co. Filth Row: Robert Franclskovlch, Kath- leen Franzen, Christopher Freas, Paul Freeman, Paul Frlsble, Julie Furlong, Maureen Furman, Sfteven Gackle, Tad Garasha. Slxth Row: Susan Gardner, Clare Gates, Elizabeth Gavin, Donna Gearhart, Stev- en Gehrlg, Paula. Jo Gerleve, Carla Gerts, Mary Glbadlo, Thomas Gllflllan. Seventh Row: Janet Givens, Gary Glad- er, Pam Glassle, Paula Gllot, Dianne Glomskl, Carol Godwin, Janet God- zlckl, Donald Goers, Theresa Gormley. Elghth Row: Chris Gorr, Susan Graff, Sharon Granowskl, Terrence G r a y, James Green, Susan Grewe, William Grlesser, David Grob, John Grossnickle. Ninth Row: Debbie Grote, Ellen Guen- ther, Tlmothy Gullfoil, Donna Gundry, Michael Haas, Michaela Haas, Paul Hacker, Paul Hageman, Fredrick Hahn. Tenth Row: Marybeth ,Halls, Laura Hammond, Lisa Hanson, Jeffrey Har- ner, Randy Harris, Judith Hartung, Jeffrey Haseman, Michael Haseman, J udlth Hathaway. Eleventh Row: Carla Hawthorne, Sus- an Hazlett, Ron Hefner, Cheryl Helden, Chris Helle, Mark Heinz, Bruce Helt- brlnk, Kathy Heller, Scott Henning. Twelfth Row: Joann Herman, Barbara Hey, Elizabeth Hey, David Hillert, Melanie Hillman, Suzanne Hoffman, Mark Heggay, Chris Holland, Teresa Holley. Thirteenth Row: Randy Hollinger, Chris Holmes, Blll Holthusen, Steve Holvtz, Sue Horn, Deneen Houser, Bob Hudec, Robin Huebner, Sue Hynes. Fourteenth Row: Veronica Immen, Mi- chael Iversen, Barbara Jacobs, Laura Jacobs, Wendy Jacobsen, Keith Jauch, James Jenkins, Jeannine Jenkins, Vlckl Jenkins. 68 . 'ni P' , It Q, .. Nj lx AA Y 'IF I 25: V X 1 . . - ll I 'A ' I ?:x EJ' fl fa 3 X I ,3 ,4- 'Q 1 l 1 .NW '. 's 1. A L ly ,,,3!,, " ' KX! Q" 11' if 1 4 Class of 1974 Flrst Row: Debbie Jessogne, Carol Johanek, Suzanne John, Bruce John- son, Lisa Johnson, Chris Johnstin, Dl- ane Kaminskl, Joseph Kamp, Donald Kemps. Second Row: Francis Kams, Susan Kan- ne, Margaret Kanouse, James Karkulu., Laura Haufmann, M o l l y Kearney, Kathlyn Keim, Brian Kelly, David Kel- ly. Third Row: Diane Kelly, Margaret Kelly, Richard Kemplsty, Barbara Ken- dall, Frank Kenney, Dennis Kenny, Teresa Kincller, Kevin Kirkland, Karen Klein. Fourth Row: Kathleen Klein, Bernt Klemm, Kim Klutz, Richard Koceda., Nicholas Koehnke, James Kohler, Con- nie Kort, Kathleen Koser, Carol Koun- anis. Filth Bow: Nina Kreidlch, B1-lan Kroll, Jean Kroll, Sue Kublcek, Joanne Kuen- stler, Ken Kuharich, Josie Kwleclnskl, Mike Lacaria, Carlos Lajara. Sixth Row: Richard Lamm, Sharon Landon, Deborah Langner, Greg Lani- gan, Marc Lanoue, Rebecca Larrlson, Babette Larson, Mark Larsen, Tlm Larson. Seventh Row: Brian Leckle, Martin Leiske, D e lo r e s Leister, Catherine Leistico, Sharon Lexnein, Sharon Len- hardt, John Lerchenfeld, James Letzel, Patricia Lidge. . Eighth Row: David Lightner, Kenneth Ligon, Jane Llndemann, .Marita Lissner, Brian Locasio, Roger Lockwood, Vic- toria Loeffler, Marian Long, Stephen Loughman. Ninth Row: Kay Lowell, Karen Lu- dolph, Thomas Luehrlng, Slavlca Lurlc, James Lylcken, Nancy Lynch, Elizabeth Lytle, Mary Lytle, Faye Machas. Tenth Row: Kevin Macleod, Tim Mad- den, Laurie Main, Marguerite. Malt- land, Margaret Manatt, Craig Martin, Lori Martin, Piera. Maybee, Nancy Mc- Carthy. Eleventh Row: John McChesney, Susan McElhose, Marilyn Meadows, Kathleen Meekins, Kathleen Michael, Linda Ml- chalson, Randall Mika, James Mlksta, Cathy Miller. Twelfth Bow: Gregory Miller, Lawrence Miller, Stacy Miller, Ollvla Mitchell, Kathy Leko, Warren Moody, Wayne Moody, Lucinda Moore, Craig Morgan. Thirteenth Row: Tom Morrow, Linda Moser, Judy Mrozik, Norbert Mrozln- ski, Randy Munson, Scott Narup, Greg Neumann, Patricia Newhardt, David Newland. ' Fourteenth Row: Debra. Nichols, Julie Nichols, Cindy Nicholson, Karen Nl- cholson, Nancy Nicholson, Teri Nielsen, Joann Ninneman, Sue Noerenherg, Sue Nystrom. 69 Freshmen First Row: William Obel, John O'Brlen, Dennis 0'Connell, Patricia 0'Connell, Eric Olsson, Peggy 0'Neal, Judith Os- termann, James Paarfusser, Joan Pag- llal. Second Row: Bruce Palmatler, Joan Parish, Susan Parks, Scott Parvin, Catherine Patterson, Dale Patterson, Michael Peter, Mark Peterson, John Petrovskl. Third Row: Douglas Pfau, Rosemary Pilat, Margaret Piper, Ruth Pogalz, Andrew Pohlman, James Polites, Sus- ann Pozetti, Denise Poole, Julie Port- er. Fourth Row: Mary Poulos, Robin Pow- ers, Catherine Prelsslng, Louetta Pre- witt. John Puvtz, Lawerance Quigley, Gary Radmer, Joan Ratajko, Brian Ragona. Fifth Row: Pamela Raupp, Patricia Reardon, Sara Rebek, John Reckert, Amy Redeen, Todd Reese, Murray Reid, William Reitmeyer, James Richards. Sixth Bow: David Richart, William Rless, Kevin Riley, Kathleen Rlndal, Peter Robertson, Cathleen Roegner, Robin Royster, Mary Rozdalovsky, Linda Ruckle. Seventh Row: Scott Rudln, Margaret Rumwtz, Chris Sanderbeck, Mark San- telll, Ronald Santicola, Blanca Sauceda, Renate Savlch, Sharon Sbertoll, Cyn- thia Schaefer. Eighth Row: Shawn Schaerf, Greg Schafer, Ward Schell, Nancy Schlauf- man, Dan Schmelzer, Anne Schmidt, Linda Schnur, Todd Schoell, L a u r i e Schott. Ninth Row: David Schreiber, Diane Schrleber, John Schroeder, Lauren Schu- bert, Carla Schwolow, John Seevers, Linda Segal, Nanette Selleck, Donald Seltzer. Tenth Row: Sharon Sengson, Nancy Sepp, Carol Serine, Patrick Sheahen, Mary Sheehan, Mary Shepherd, Mary Sherry, Deborah Shields, Elizabeth Shu- man. Eleventh Row: Lorie Sflemsen, Linda Slmen, Thomas Simpson, Geoffrey Slagh, Carol Smith, Dane Smith, Pat- rick Smith, Wuliam Smith, Gall Snell. Twelfth Row: Jamin Sokerka, Charles Spaeth, Douglas Spaulding, Thomas Splekerman, Sfharon Stefanik, Kurt Steiner, Caryn Steiner, Leal Steingrab- er, Cindy Stevens. Thirteenth Row: James Stevens, Peggy Stinson, Laurie Stluka, Karen Stock- dale, Gus Stollsteiner, Gwendolyn Ston- er, Glenn Stout. Marianne Stratos, Steve Stratos. Fourteenth Row: Robert Strlckler, Jeff- rey Strnad, Thomas Stueber, Kurt Stue- ber, Donald Suchomskl, Jill Swanson, 'rnomas Talbot, Martin Tampa, Chris Tennant. 70 .af w.' ' 3 Y':v I .al i f. It! if are 'i X N i ' .V ll T .,,--If - 41 . ' ' .ff ,gl C 5 ' f'FS'ii f y yi ',Tf'.U.ll1, 1 1 n' , ', ' ? 4 i ii, lf-are . 5- Ek, ir: 1 ,el My H l ia ,I I . ' Q if v, .sl -1' -' . ,Q ' '.' ,-: s '- i """i"' f A A V ' ii K ' " "Ta eiwwliil' I r 1 5 . P. , 1 V J Y 1 A Q T - f. a Ml. ,W ' fi L31 51 ' X -iff .,:7v.,! 3:1 f ' A I 4 ' - l , ' E, A ' V, e , F' . - e r I C mor- a e - , Q Y F V.: , All V V' t -T it ..,, HH W1 ii , 'V N i 1 I , -. , V' 'f it 1 , Q l ' . Af' 'Y Tb' 1 W . . 4 , -S., xl .fy V IW 1 , Y L 1 L 3 T 5---I-BL , -5 T o 1 f 1 -I H1 Q l C A by 5, , -F , T 'ei - . if , f For ,ff . Je- . QQ, Q., ' i - .' " f gig--N I A fn, yy, , . ,Q r H U img X15 7' L. -f ' ' -- - , U we 1 V-- ' ' L im-M . or if ' y 1 r f'--lrsr A ' , Y... A if.-0 i' ' L "' ' A g ' V l i ,, 1, - C e ixgfq 1 , , . ,Q 4,3 1 ,W 3- iv U., XJ.. -U ' , ,M-X -5 JM 1 257 V , Lgwipielfl li-2. 5 e J ' C l i T -.an Class of 1974 First Row: C a t 11 r y n Teuchert, Gall Thalman, James Theis, Bar- bara. Thielen, Claudia. Thomas, Deb- orah Thompson, Mary Thompson, Mi- chael Thorton, Alan Thorsson. Second Row: Mary Thrasher, Paftric- ia Thut, Mark Timm, Nancy Ton- nesen, Paulette Traina, Christine Trem- blay, Stephen Turner, Sandra Umb- denstock, Sharon Vana. Third Row: D al e VanDe11en, Craig Van Gorp, Renee Van Huele, Nancy Van Winkle, Michael Ven- trella, Sandra 'Vesecl-ry, Carol Vetter, Nancy Vogts, Charmaine Wagner. Fourth Row: .Tulle Wagner, Janet Wakely, Karen Walker, Todd Wallner, Cynthia Walsh, Sandra. Ward, Marcia Watson, David Wayman, David Weber. Fifth Row: Michael Weber, Lis a Wells, Donald Wetfelmann, Daniel White, Jeffrey Whitnell, Janet Whit- taker, Charles Williams, Rhys Wil- liams, George Wilmot. Sbzth Row: Cathie Wlnheim, Kathy Windbigler, Heidi Wingert, Amy Winter, Randall Wood, John Woolsoncroft, Mark Worthington, Susan Wray, William Wrenn. Seventh Row: Robert Yedor, Mi - chael Yorke, William Young, Bar- bara Zacharias, Fred Zaletanskl, Rl- chard Zelm, Tim Zimanzl, Karen Zizek. Eighth Row: Sheila Aldrich, Nancy Cook, Nancy Hidding, Kim Kenyon, Cristina Minard, Tom Roberts, Susan Schaefer, Carol Smith, Lisa. Wells, Mary Williams. Freshman Girls' Chorus give their vocal chords an airing while singing carols. 71 l r N i w Y V l ,J 1 .1 W L Azlaleticf until the mee zk won concluded And we have arrived zfzcbzbafeal lf. I " .M 5. - will .L 1 ,f --- . 1 VARSITY FOOTBALL Front Row: Carl McW11erter, Steve Chase, Scott Douglas, Mike Cleveland, Bob McDonald, Captain Jeff Selleck, Captain Denny Foreman, Terry Ormsbee, Tom Harris, Bill Welton, Tom Sayre, Steve Moore. Second Row: Mr. Sheehan, Coach Walther, Mike D'Angelo, Don Zacharias, Bruce Bittner, Tom Carroll, Ramblin Redbirds Rout , 1970 VARSITY FOOTBALL Cardinals Opponent 26 .......... ........ M aine West ...... ............ 7 26 ........ Conant ........... .. . 6 19 ........ Fremd .,.... .. . 7 34 ........ Wheeling . 6 X 44 ........ Hersey ...... 13 2 1,8 l....... Palatine ....... 14 27 ........ 'Elk Grove . 0 35 ........ Prospect ...... . .. 7 At a spirit raising pep rally co-captains Denny Foreman and jeff Selleck accept 'the spirit chain before the Prospect playoff game. Rick Schoell, Don Chambers, Mike Prafke, John Walsh, Pete Harth, Chuck Donchess, Coach Henderson, Coach Pitchford. Third Row: Al Kuhl, Jay Short, Chuck Dillon, Roy Genevich, Ed Leister, John Gabler, Troy Slinkard, Scott Mudge, Frank Corrado, Greg Watland, Dick Elsner, Bob Wolters, Shawn Murphy. Countless Fearful Foes "This is the most enjoyable season I have ever had here," said head coach Bob Walther at the end of an undefeated season for his team. "This was even a greater team effort than in 1968. This was more rewarding to the coaching staff and the kids because they played for one another. . ." The Arlington Cardinals became the Conference Champs after smothering Prospect, 35-7, in the Mid- Suburban Conferences first football championship playoff game. There was standing room only as an estimated crowd of eight thousand, largest in the history of Ar1ington's Stadium, gathered to watch the contest. As a result of gaining 241 yards in 26 carries, senior Scott Douglas established a new single season rushing record for the Mid-Suburban League and became the player of the year. The two co-captains for the team were seniors Den- ny Foreman and Jeff Selleck. The ten following play- ers obtained "All-Conference" recognition for their exceptional performances during the entire season: Pete Harth, Jeff Selleck, Scott Douglas, Tom Harris, Steve Chase, Tom Sayre, Mike D'Angelo, Mike Cleve- land, Bob McDonald, and Carl McWherter. Of these ten, four boys earned "All Area" titles: Pete I-Iarth, Jeff Selleck, Scott Douglas, and Torn Harris. In addi- tion, Jeff Selleck, senior middle linebacker, was se- lected as an "All-State" player. The aroused Cardinals completed a perfect season with eight straight wins. ". . . It was team effort for the victorsg they were continually driving with that extra effort. There were so many standouts, so many contributions to the success." The unbeaten giants of the Mid-Suburban League were also rated third in the area, and among the top ten teams in state. g 5 N X x x 1 5 fi - A nl H Hfnyjlgw I f 'n H ar .,.,, J A. Q 1,1 L, ' wr . K 'NH I ,u . Aw- X: M fm my L,,v 1 MY, vlgjfx , 9173 AB4aQQa37f3E317,, B ' ., za - 57 - ' Q 12272 -Qs F I .ii 1 .Li fy YYNV I In 55,9 gh if ' F 'lk' L5 5' ' L I .4 , gh.. L 'L V :Q ,, ,E il -'f'x -- 1 I 'T .ff N mm in. A TL K+ '. ,iq , 3 it pd N 1 1 r ! ' -5 W5 5..- , , 3 ' .:.':.a :hx XX. - . I f,- -- 2 . Q, Jfffzfi- " tvpin 57 n..?i' -A-1 in Vx N , ,,f. R I" v' Xl? r ,, ,vp 1-3 gg. fn' P"4'W'- V vt, ,Ja S- ! 1 5 A Y I 4 I t' I 5, ..- 'IL' l - r.. x f K 451: REQ . ,gk ff! I "M ,wb 40" aw' "' if 'WY' , ! , f I X if In 'ax .YL Af. VV ' , .l X -Y-:i.Q"3. ix ix., V1, .:ix : VV ' if QT Ffa. -f fx ,",'i V ..:- il-54, fx' Y 3 V Ji 3. . I ' , N " rn "xl-All 1' , , ' ' ! I i SOPHOMORE FOOTBALL Front Row: John Burkhart, john Griffith, Dan O'Connell, Steve Pollard, Mike Reitmeyer, John Pesche, Dan Cunningham, Mart Forman, jeff Thal, Bob I-Iarth, Bruce Stinson, Glen Lewin, Mark Nagel. Second Row: Coach Scarpino, Doug Everhart, Gregg Hauptly, Steve Klein, Steve Sengson, Tom Rice, Ed F Q' . .Mahi-. .. N Evensen, Mike Pouts, Dennis Merisse, Bill Harris, Chris Rintz, Mark Foreman, Mark Preissing, Gary Pinoras, Coach Somers. Third Row: Scott Rowader, David Auge, jim Gluekert, Richard Clausing, Steve Cohan, Wayne Heise, Rick Clemens, Mike Nichols, Mike Thalman, Steve Dalley, Scott McKay, Jim Mc- Wherter, Dave Thomas. I "5 FRESHMAN FOOTBALL . Front Row: Tom Stueber, Bill Reitmeyer, Kurt Steiner, Brent Clark, Peter Bowen, Frank Splitt, David Newland, George Vukovich, Mark Peterson, Dan Schmelzer, Don Suchomski. Second Row: Bill Young, Gary Broderick, Chuck Spaeth, Todd Schoell, Don Kamps, Art Busby, Rhys Williams, Larry Miller, Bruce Johnson, Dennis Kenny, Tim McCratic, Norm Ballack, John Petrovski, Rick Zelrn, Mike Dolinajec, Jim Jenkins. Third Row: Mr. Burke, Mr. Smith, Tim Brady, Terry Botterman, Dave Hillert, Steve Gehrig, Bernt Klemm, Dave Weber, Gene Delaney, Scott Bittner, Jim Burger, Steve Turner, Steve Carl- son, Mark Timm, Gary Glader, Mike Csepp, Jim Letze, Al Thorsson, Mr. Benes. Fourth Row: Mike Iversen, Dave Conn, Frank Fralinger, Guy Eisenhuth, Robert Darmofal, Mark Lar- sen, Jim Richards, Chris Johnstin, Carlos Laiara, Don Four- nelle, Dale Patterson, Kevin Riley, ,Al Julian, jeff I-Iarner, Tom Morrow, Jeff Dillon, Bill Cannon, Coach Cutlip. Fifth Rfow: Steve Allan, Mark Hagey, jeff Cleveland, Mike DeMarr, Jim Stevens, Randy Brinckman, Bill Riess, Ward Schell, Pat Hourigan, Steve Foy, Rob Yedor, Jim Polites, Doug Betters Frank Kenney, John Schroeder, Murray Reid, Frank Kams, Iini Kohler, Dave Grob, Coach Koplinski. ' 77 Cheerleaders Emphasize Spirit Throughout The Entire eheel VARSITY' CHEERLEADERS Kathy McKay, CynDee Kort, Beth Oestmann, MaryLee Cronin, Captain Pat Koch, Betsy McCu11om. 78 SOPHOMORE CHEERLEADERS D Captain Wendy Hansen, Tammy Mattix, Molly Schlmmel, Sandy Gabler "Our team is so big! Their team is so small! Smash 'eml" was one of the many familiar cheers cried by those twenty enthusiastic girls dressed in red and white, who were more commonly known as the Ar- lington cheerleaders. Headed by Varsity captain Pat Koch, Secretary Betsy McCollum, J.V. captain Gin- ny Catlin, and sophomore captain Wendy Hansen, these girls met twice a week and, of course, at all athletic events. Aided by their sponsor, Miss Welpton, they o c c u p i e d them- selves by selling mums at Home- coming, baking delightful goodies for their bakesale, and also by sell- ing carnations on Valentine's Day. Besides handling these activities, the AI-IS rahrahs were in charge of promoting spirit among the stu- dents, planning pep rallies, and in- spiring the athletes with spirit. These girls proved to be a pyra- mid of spirit throughout the en- tire school year with their famil- iar cries of, "Red Power never fails, follow the mighty redbirdsl" Ar1ington's inspired football crowd joins Pat Koch, captain of varsity cheerleading squad, in singing the traditional school song. IUNIOR VARSITY CHEERLEADERS Front Row: Donna Skogland, Laurie Glander, jill D'Angelo, Karen McKay. Second Row: Captain Ginny Catlin, Sue Collins. A S Rah-Halas Attack ' path FRESHMAN CHEERLEADERS Sharon Lemain, Laura Hammond, Connie Kort. Front: Joan Parish. 79 With piriij ardinal Harriers U ut-J o " Foes Arlington's forceful "joggers" were dressed in what can only be described as basic grey and match- ing accessories. However, this posed no hindrance to the team's running ability. Headed by senior Captain Scott Teuber and varsity coach Mr. Samoore, the varsity team placed fourth in the Crystal Lake Invi- tational, an overall third in Conference, and seventh in the district meet. The sophomore team had an extremely good sea- son this year, one of the bestin Ar1ington's history, with an all around record of seven wins, one loss, and one tie. Because of their excellent standing, the sophomores were able to pick up a first in the con- ference. Their final standing was also a first place victory for the Cards. These boys had to practice during. all kinds of weather, and one could always view an Arlington har- rier running all over the Arlington Heights area, try- in shape for some big meet that was ing to keep scheduled to come up in the near future. To quote an old proverb with a few modifications, "N either rain, nor sleet, nor snow, can prevent a Cardinal from doing his very best." Throughout the entire school year Arlington's cross- country team strived to obtain success for the team, and only next year's spirit will be able to "Outrun" the spirit that was shown this year. 4th place VARSITY cnoss couNTRY 7th Place Front Row: Jim McGrath, jim Hauer, Scott Barnett. Second Row: Coach Samoore, Mike Splitt, Tom jarm, Scott Teuber, Mgr. Paul Hanson. 80 AHS harriers Jim McGrath, Scott Teuber, and Mike Splitt lift their legs high in the air while warming up for the district meet 1970 VARSITY CROSS COUNTRY Cardinals Opponent 9th place ........ ....... lv Iaine West Invitational ................ - 41 ................. .......... E vanston ............................. ....... 2 0 4th place ....... ....... C rystal Lake Invitational ..... .... - 15 .............. .......... H ersey .............................. ....... 4 0 28 ,...... .......... JE lk Grove ...... ....... 2 8 23 ,,.,,,, ..,..... P rospect ....... ....... 3 2 15 ,,,.,,, .,...... F orest View ...... ....... 4 0 25 ,,,,,.,,,,,.., ........ P alatine ................. ....... 3 2 7th place ........ P eoria Invitational - 38 ,,,,,,,,,,,,,, ......., F remd ..................... ....... 1 9 15 ....... ........ W heeling ............ . ....... 49 15 ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, ,,..,,,, G lenbard North ....... ....... 4 3 ........Conference .......District .Y ,. U , iw 'Q 'Q tain , ,.f V xA? I f 1-X f v ff KN fic? A t , A - . pf f ' -' . -gps, ,AW4'Q3 I ' 'f E gf'-fr ' R , YA 'A "" VN I tif' 4 ,fm A ,.-iff' -03" ' P 51 U ilk , f . g Jvsf Mmm we -., . A W Nm, - 1 JA' . , 4-f --, R' , . "f3.m " eh 2- 'f -4 l A I -Q-ina:-3.-.Af 74. .-W:f:?,jj 'I I, "' b A . I H' H NA 'fv-S- - A -I I A is Q, ' f '- 1 ff:-T if i-Q jf. 1, IE, if" Jig: fg- '1 ' A" ei , -m, M, f , rf W r ard Cagers Blissfull Bounce Past Opponents "We're gonna go downstateln was the familiar cry of Arlington fans during tournament action. But the downstate dream was shattered when Arlington lost a tough ball game to New Trier East in the sec- tional championship. Senior co-captains john Brodnan and Mike Mandele led the Cardinals to a regional championship and run- ner-up position in the sectional tournament with an overall record of 19 wins and 6 losses. The team tied the previous record of the 1959-60 Cardinal team that also advanced as far as the championship sectional game and then lost. The hustling crew had an impressive roster of Brodnan and junior Ken Peters as guards, Mandele and junior Mike Cleveland as forwards, and senior Bill Kieck as center. Senior Tom Harris and junior Bill Grandt were two reliable reserves that were called upon to substitute frequently. john Brodnan was nam- ed the Herald area basketball Player of the Year with a career point total of 1,107 and a single season to- tal record of 608 with an average of 24.3 points per game. Mike' Mandele led the team with 285 rebounds. Ken Peters led in assists with 94: he was also field general. Bill Kieck contributed steady scoring and re- bounding to the team while Mike Cleveland was the best in defense and, as a result, he was always as- signed to the opponents toughest player. The Cardinals won many tough games by coming from behind such as in the Prospect, Main West, and North Chicago games. Even though they did not ad- vance to the Sweet 16, it was a successful season for Coach Zigman and team and all of Arlington's fans. Desperately trying to get around Card defensemen Mike Mandele and Mike Cleveland, a YVi1dcat dribbles aimlessly down court. VARSITY BASKETBALL Second Row: Coach Brodnan, Trainer Dick Eisner, Manager Front R.0lU3 KSI1 P1CkCtt, TCUVY Qrmsbee' Ron LEWHH, Don Le- Rick Kuhl, Tom Harris, Bill Kieck, Mike Manclele, Manager wan, Mike Cleveland, Trevor Will, john Brodnan, Ken Peters. Keith Anderson, Manager Bruce Hill, Coach Zigman. ' 83 l agors Take Regionals! 1971 VARSITY BASKETBALL Cardinals Qpponent 48 ............ ...,... Y ork ..,.,,,.,.A,,,, ,,'-.--.,.. 4 9 77 ..-., ....... M aine West ,,,,, ,4-. 7 5 B1 ,.... ....... W heeling .... ,--- 5 5 76 -.-.. ....... B arrington ,,,,,, lli- 6 8 60 ..... ....... I- Iersey ..,.... ,,., 5 2 57 ..... ...... C onant .,,..,,,,,,. ,,.- 5 5 64 ..... ,...... A urora 'West ..... ,,., 6 2 78 ----- ....... Y 'Vest Frankfort ...,. ,,,, 6 1 75 ..... ....... C entralia ........ ,,,, 9 0 91 ..... ....... P alatine 57 70 ..... ....... F remd 64 57 ..... ..,... I- Iersey ...,,.. ,,., 7 4 64 ..... ....... Y Vheeling ,... ,,,. 7 5 72 ..... ....... F orest View .......... ,,., 5 4 77 ..... .,..... G lenbard North ........ .... 6 5 85 ..... ....... P rospect ....,,,.,.,,.,,. ,,,, 8 2 81 ..... ....... G lenbard North ...... .... 5 3 67 ..... ....... C onant .............,. .... 5 1 84 ..,., ....... S t. Viator ........ .... 6 1 80 ..... .....,. lv Iaine West ..... .... 7 6 North Chicago ..... .... Mike Cleveland reaches oh, so high, to get that rebounded ball, 70 ""' """' 6 9 while shouting to his opponent, "There's no need to push!" IUNIOR VARSITY BASKETBALL Front Row: Shawn Murphy, Tom Spaeth, Mike Mitchell. Second Rick Bronwell, Rick Sundquist, Kevin Donahue, Terry Orms- Row: Terry McLaughlin, Jim Hopkins, Bill Welton, Tim Will, bee, Brian Hogan, Scott Steingraber, Coach Brodnan. 84 m X, X A 1 Haw 'QI WV Q. -' ft- MQ 1 . ,qi ' i ku ,ga 1 , .U I2 do- SL 41, It Q 9 - o v- Ofag' A'6g6Q' I 1, 6' '?x,','. 0 14' . V 1 ur-:H 32' Ty Y n . :J 'z., " L, .PJ ., ,L -5, M N ,695 4'-fr. QQ X., i N J My BASKETBALL i Z l 1 ::. 4. y J ,iff 6, x.-, Tn x. I .F- , ,S .- 'W v 1 1 Clad ln Red, White, 81 Blue, The ead Un Time Promoting additional interest in the sport of swim- ming and an overall encouragement of sports are two ideas put forth by the effort of Arlington High School's,Timettes. The Timettes were formerly a group of volunteers which have grown to a club of over forty dedicated members. Under the supervision of head swimming coach, Mr. Donald Andersen, captain Marsha Kaipus and co-captain Ann Woods coordinated the many activities with which the girls were involved. Mr. Andersen, drawing the idea from Evergreen Park, felt that the swimming meets would be well organized if run by an outside group such as the Timettes. During monthly meetings the girls formu- lated plans for the meets. The Timettes were respon- sible for the official timing and scoring of each event, announcing, managing the recall ropes, and calculating final totals. The major event of the season was the Conference meet held at Arlington. The training required of a senior leader began with the junior year. A selected group of girls were chosen each year to act as assistants to the physical educa- tion teachers. The girls worked on perfecting their skills and. acquiring general knowledge of various sports. Through -student teaching the senior leaders devel- oped self-confidence and leadership. Assisting the teacher with many different phases of physical edu- cation, the senior leaders not only helped the students but also gained many valuable experiences. SENIOR LEADERS Front Row: Kris Hi Corts, Kris Klimek. geloff, jan Cording, son, Linnea Burger, Volland. llman, Diane Genisio, Jan Broderick, Caryn Second Row: Carolyn Meister, Linda An- Mary Neumann. Third Row: Marta Lal'- Nancy DeWall, Shelley Townsend, Lana TIMETTES Front Row: Donna Miller, Pat Grob, Kelly Keim, Jeanne Rod- Miller, Chris Sanderbeck, Beverly Burch, Karen Ludolph. Third seth, Cindy Selan, Pam johnson, Pam Burkhardt, Mary Lytle. Row: Sharon Wellhausen, Chris Yonkers, Suzanne Carter, Second Row: Linda Johnson, Lynn Simon, Amy Parchmann, Jeanne Hey, Linda Isaacson, Steph Stauder, Kathy Kelly, Diane Andrea Polites, Judy Ulrich, Anne Woods, Nancy Schell, Pam Jessogne. 87 I Q:- L ,A V L. Li?:.,f,. -. ..N I Y, LT V I .ig A xp'-' .H ,, f,',v4,,,,. K' - W.. -Aqgvr . Y . 1 . . ,,,.... Hx, -... 9 'f' -4 . Q w A 1 1 QL yo. ' Q f ' exif? ' ' " 'ff . H A DJ L , f Q .,:, 1-E-'im PM fb Ja, :Lp-.gg ,Q 'X ,Ni . , f In W "' N "1 f 3 1 . 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On The ate Triumph Proving to be one of the best "mat campaigns" in recent years, 1971 saw Arlington garner second place honors in the Mid-Suburban Conference and District Meet. Varsity coach jack Cutlip made the trip to Champaign with the team's only state qualifier Frank Dal Compo, 98 pounds, who placed third in the meet. Arlington's efforts were hindered in the conference meet by the absence of senior Scott Douglas, because of an injury. Senior Robert Wilson and juniors Frank Dal Compo and Pete Anderson earned the title of All- Conference Wrestlers. The Varsity wrestlers Hwalk- ed off" with the Palatine Tournament and were able to keep Pa's Bucket. Varsity captains Scott Douglas, Bob Wilson, and jeff Selleck led their team through a grueling per- formance in the district meet. Frank Dal Compo, Mark Chidley, Pete Harth, and jeff Selleck captured first places, Pete Anderson earned second place, and Scott Douglas took a third. junior Frank Dal Compo was the only Arlington grappler who qualified for the Illinois State Wrest- ling Meet. His strategy and refined wrestling tech- nique gave him the rank of third in the state. The freshman wrestlers, under the direction of Coach Fliehler, ended their season with seven wins and three losses. Splitting the season, the junior varsity had a record of five wins and five losses. All of the Cardinal grapplers worked hard to achieve honor and success for the team as Well as themselves. VARSITY-IUNIOR VARSITY WRESTLING . Front Row: Scott Douglas, Frank Constatino, john Schroeder, jeff Whitnell, Frank DalCompo, Greg Lanigan, Bill Reitmeyer. Second Row: Bodo Weber, Tom DalCompo, Ray Heiclenson, Craig Smith, Ken Ravazzolo, Peter Anderson, Roy Genevich. 90 Third Row: Rick Porowski, Dave Schlott, John Ludolph, Mark Warms, Dave Wehman, jon Rowader, Robert Parks, Mark Chidley. Fourth Row: Coach Cutlip, Bob Wilson, Steve MOOTC, Dean Powell, John Chapman, Peter Harth, Bruce Carlsen, jeff Selleck, Coach Scarpino. 1971 VARSITY WRESTLING Cardinals Opponent 28 ,... ....... YA 'heeling ............ 12 29 .... ....... R ockford East .............. 6 24 ,,,, ...,... R ocklord - Guilford ....... 24 21 ,... ....... I- Iersey ........................ .... 2 4 25 ,,,,,A,,..,,,, ,....,. C onant ...................... .... 1 7 lst place ....... ......... L ake Park Tourney ....... - lst place v........ Palatine Tourney ...,. - 23 ,,,.,., .,..... P alatine ...................... .... 2 0 26 ....... Prospect ...... 17 21 ........ Fremcl ...... 20 37 ,....... Niles West . 6 33 ,.,,,, ........ E lk Grove ............., . 8 27 ...,.,.. Glenbarcl North ..... 18 30 ,,,,,,,.,,,,, ..,...., F orest View ...... ..... 1 0 Conference ..... . - 2nd place ................ 2nd place ....... ...... D istrict .... "I can smile, even if I am tired, as long as I win," says wrestler Jeff Selleck fabovej , as teammate Frank DalCompo fright, seems to say to opponent, "just lie still and this match will be'mine." X ' . 6 Q I VL V ,I 4 L li :ln , , 4.3- 'A-L441'L'-vi' if fi 5, f v Q' . 'Alf' X ,141 Y' , s il 'W '-In -5' ,Az is rp .'- , M, .. 1 N NF ,Q -neg '?!F"' .9 if 154 , QE, Ev I b . ':ja1:s-'- '- E 1 ' 15 " ' - xx I J N 5-.J 1' xi? fi A F7 I .5 xx -553 sm U 1 If if, 5- hi Cardettes Glow With Novel ew Fire Routines Carclettes Meg McDonald, JoAnne Linblad, and Beth Dean Qabovej smile for fans. As JoAnne Linblad and Jody Petersen Qbelowj prepare for half-time activities, their only wish is that batons .will light. 94 Pom-pons rustledg batons glit- tered, and flags whistled as the Cardettes performed during half- times and before basketball and football games. The purpose of the Cardettes was to provide an op- portunity for girls interested in marching and twirling to perform. New innovations and increased use of baton twirling movements were goals of the 1970-1971 Car- dettes. Sponsored by Mrs. I-lasely, the dedicated members of the group practiced every night after school during fall to rehearse a drill for each home football game. As an innovation this year, the Cardettes used fire batons in their routines several times. They also sponsored a coke dance and car wash in the fall. Marching in the Homecoming parade was also an important part of the Car- dettes' fall activities. During the winter season, the Cardettes performed during sev- eral basketball game half-times. This year's team was headed by their president, Barb Conti. Other officers were seniors Denise Mack, Janell Petersen, and Caryn Corts. K I -W. ,.: 241: ,nj n .1 N 1 H 'fi7"'1"' " " na 'lag f -il: if ' 5 ia 75? - ' :1.af.1...,. 'A' ef jg F, , - Txxf' j""""A- Z., L 1 V . , ., 1 A , .X .-, I Q' ,pg ' --- . F Q.. F. ,Q ' fy , Ez! . .- , , 1 : Q 'shi ffmvrx T ' vi' 1' I g, - u ,, . f u C1 Q N 1 4 eff , N -- ,f,,, --5 'fx Q 'lg h? '91 3 - 4' Q -- ' -f , :QWF 1 1. Hfs. f' V A, H 'f-if ,mm 2 A fa M45 fl 3:91 ,gs is 5 Q ' x Q f Q v - ' -4 'EH , - X -4 : X-N ,gf fy H , lg' 'F' 3. Q Ll' :H 7, x.. , Y 1 gif fa X wh? f'-1 Jzf NGA . I r ,.. X Q. ' 'Ji ,Ev ' - .,.4x Wg hx ' 305' -a,.f3 - : . - Hy ' ' nj' E , -. U . A fl 1 ggi , " -A-f I ', I lx I, ' 3 ' ' JW? ., T3 41-zz 'QE .ji ,' ,xii 4 - "Q tif- QW Ji -111' -. ,A 49- -- .ag .Spf if f h . Y X-'Pl' " :A " Q,'4,lw. . 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V 'UH VARSITY GYMNASTICS Front Row: Steve Bartolone, Joe Temko, Al Conrad, Doug Law, Tom Hendricks, john Kolze, Chuck Herchline, Tom Sayre, mnasts Meet ight Senior gymnast Larry Bossung, dexterously executes the scissors on the side horse, while he contemplates his upcoming dismount. 96 Mark Niemczyk, Coach Walthouse, Craig Combs, Franz Gol- beck, Steve Brogdon, Greg Datillo, Al McGuire, Larry Bossung, john Gibbel, Bill Heller. pponents At 60 nd O During the 1970-71 season, Arlington's renowned gymnastics team once again displayed their title Win- ning skills under the guidance of Coach Walthouse. The team's string of dual meet Wins came to a cli- max at' 60 wins and no losses - the longest dual meet string in the state of Illinois. Their lst dual loss came when the team met Hinsdale Central, who later won the state competition. The Cardinals took lst place overall in the district meet, including two lst places in individual events. The honors went to Bob Wilson on the rings and Jeff McGuire on the sidehorse. Steve Brogden and Doug Law earned 2nd and 3rd place respectively in the all-around. The sectional meet was important, for it was here that they could qualify for the state meet. Arling- ton earned an overall 2nd place standing, with 12 boys qualifying in the individual events. A maximum of three boys from one school were able to qualify for one event, and the Cardinals reached that maxi- mum in two events - rings and the horizontal bar. They also qualified in every other event except that of floor exercise. Arlington returned from the state gym meet at Addison Trail with 4th place honors. jeff McGuire took 2nd place on the sidehorse. Steve Brogden, master of 5 events, was 9th in the state in all-around. On the trampoline, Craig Combs bounced his way to 10th place, and senior Tom Sayre took llth place. Joe Temko was Sth on the horizontal bar, and Doug Law, a junior, took a 10th place on the parallel bars. l l uper Redbirds Soar' Above All l 1 V fwrfwwf V Varsity all-around gyinnast, Doug Law, executes the japanese splits fabovej for his pre-meet warm-up exercise. Senior co-captains Bob Wilson Qrightj and Steve Brogdon fbelowj work on perfecting their handstancls on the still rings and parallel bars. l l 109.71 121.55 .... 132.08 .... 122.01 .... 3rd place ...... 131.97 3rd place ...... 137.24 .... 142.09 .... 123.75 .... 133.20 .... 137.65 .... 141.16 .... 136.80 .... 136.26 145.97 .... 1 142.90 3rd place ....,. 1971 lst place ........ ,.,,,.,,, 2nd place ...... ........ 4th place ....... ........ VARSITY GYM NASTICS Addison Trail ....... Maine WVest ......... Glenbard North .... Frernd ............................ Maine East Invitational I-Iersey .....................,...... Waukegan Invitational Palatine ........................ Evanston ........... ,.... . . New Trier West ........ Conant ..... V .............. Prospect ................. Hinsdale Central ........ Elk Grove ............, Wheeling ..... Barrington .... Forest View ........ Conference .... District ..... Section ..... State ...... 87.86 80.52 58.40 90.39 131.80 65.51 139.71 94.76 112.17 128.26 150.60 133.94 126.54 111.94 59.30 97 wf, 4 . :ia l ,- ,535 , gg v. . 1 .V ,Mm-f-?f.e,Xg -L., , 1 : . " ' 'ZTQ9-"-l'3'F3Tv gfir' fftii 7 "7"'2g217I?EEffx1f'2T.L2Q. ,,,!.f.'f!, . , V "Mb-1-' -F-"--'T' ' "':4:." -Ae-. .... --... 1,-1 7'--2 ' 1' v' , if !.4l.f.-'Li'HE1qgz1L.:,. A lgi,i,QA33f,fI: ,IL 3 3 -53-Vg? 1 r, -,,i.,34T'X5?l3'fTiiE?LQ EFA RPR Eivsggeif C . 1- .'.,..LL,L. k -' SOPHOMORE GYMNASTICS Front Row: Steve Bartolone, Barry Brown, Ray Herman, Pat Maitland, Greg Andrew, Wayne Keller, Dave Tubbs. Second 4 I 1 N i W 1 1 w , fu N , ,lt , am., I , . ,aww 1 it , mmf mmf r ,V , 1 'Eggs . ,m Y A Senior Tom Sayre fabovej displays one of his mid-air trampo- line maneuvers with graceful form, while his teammate Craig Combs Qrightj demonstrates familiar free-ex contortion, splits. 98 Row: Dean Meyer, Kurt Davis, Jim Wojtkiewicz, john Go1be4 Bob Warnecke, Steve Smith, Geoff Rieder, Peter Hendric' Coach Walthouse. gin-5.154 A I I.- 5' Q i I 5 I Aw, H. g5.j+5,: H, V uw I 5 ix A ff Xa E i P L L F 0 -bi , f 4""x: '59- Q S' . , 4' X fl" LGE, Q all ma v X , . V , .'. ff .Q u ' n-. x V 1" , .f-Trl 1" H" Y, F, . Q i,,,L--Q., 'A -.C 'QQQVJ W, -.9 , -ML F ,X 'F f'.f'?4 1 1 .-Il - I I - . . QQX L 1'- T' A I. I W . E. Q1 f ., '- ' 1 "U 'ffl P Qc A 1 ' r A . .ff . 9 ' L-,4-. AAI ' f-ff .ff " X x .,' ,N , J I K " I vi XV? in alll' ix Lu.. I -Q . 1,-lv XL W ' LX: K 3 'V L 1 7 xo if 5 the Be 'innin of Unclerst ts I ca bers Lom Larsen Nancy QM fl? .Sq is- ' f- EM QAQY f W, wimming Cardinals Victorious ln Conference Junior breaststroker Denny Stout flys across the water while his teammate Oliver Peale wonders if he will ever make it back. 1971 VARSITY SWIMMING Cardinals Opponent 2nd place ............. St. Viator Relays ....,... .......... - 56 .,........ ...... N otre Dame ......... ...... 3 9 54 ...... ' . ...... Waukegan ..... ....... . .. 41 65 .,........ ...... L ake' Forest .................................... ...... 3 0 7th place ,,,,,.,....... New Trier West lnvitational ...... .. - 57 ........... ....... E lrnwood Park ..............,........... ...... 3 8 37 ...... Evergreen Park ........ .... . . 58 51 ......, Elk Grove .......,. .... . . 44 28 ....... ...... S t. Viator ....... ...... 6 7 66 .,...., ..... - Prospect ...... ...... 2 9 83 ....... lfVheeling ....... .... . . I1 66 ....... ..... , Maine Mfest ....... ...... 7 9 Prospect ...... ...... 2 3 80 ...... . Hersey ........... .... . . 15 47 ,,,,...,,..,.. ...... . Forest View ....... ...... 4 8 lst place .......,....... Conference - lst place ............... District ....... - 102 1970 marked Arlington's ninth year of swimming competition in the Mid-Suburban League. The Cardi- nal tankers hosted all of their home meets at the new Olympic Pool, operated in conjuction with the Arlington Heights Park District. Last year proved to be the best in the history of the Arlington swim team. Under the direction of head coach Don Andersen, the varsity tankers earned a conference record of four wins, with their only loss being to rival Forest View. Arlington was the host of the Conference Meet and took a first place on both the sophomore and varsity levels. john Gardner was assistant coach. His divers, sophomore Ray I-Iollenbach and senior Jeff Thieman, took first places. All-Conference swimmers included Tom Rowe, Steve Jurco, jeff Burling, Charlie Dunn, Dave Hartman, Brian Kelly, and Ed Kemper. Arlington sent three representatives to the State Swim Meet. Junior Steve -Iurco was 17th in the 200 Free and 18th in the 400 Freeg senior Tom Rowe was thirteenth in the 100 Fly. Senior diver jeff Thie- man earned 7th placeg his rank gave Arlington its only berth in State scoring since 1962. Tom Rowe and Steve Jurco were captains of the varsity team which only had three returning letter- men. The superior performance of last year's under- classmen provided hope for future team's success. Varsity swimmer, Tom Rowe, smiles as l1e shows off his medal after winning 100 yard butterfly in record time of 57.2 sec.! VARSITZSNIMMING Bill Peter, Dave Petrovski, Manager Frank Dye. Third Roto: Front Row: Coach Anderson, Denny Stout, Tom Rowe, Steve Bob Annett, Dave Zonsius, jeff Burling, Oliver Peale, .Inn Jurco, Charlie Dunn, Coach Gardner. Second Row: Mike Nitch, Stoll, jim Kolze, jeff Seiler, Rick Cook, Manager Tom Noeren- Kevin I-Iofstad, Dave Brask, Mark Toberman, Jeff I-Ihieman, berg. Tankers Swim Un Unsurpassed 'Fe l ' som-lomons swlMMlNc Front Row: Ray I-Iollenbach, Don Fanning. Second Row: Steve Heller, Steve Ringel, Mike Nitch, Don Herrick, Dave I-Iartmnn. Third Row: Rick Cook, Greg Seaman, "It's just like last year's," explains senior Jeff Schramuk, Dale Patterson. Fourth Row: Jeff Simon, Rex Hansen, Brian Kelly, diver Jeff Thieman, as diving coach john jim McWherter, lid Kemper. Gardner admires All-Conference medal. 103 FRESHMAN SWIMMING Front Row: Bob Strickler, Marc LaNoue, Jim Karkula, Don Fanning, Charlie Dunn. Second Row: Jeff Haseman, Peter Robertson, Chris Tennant, Chris Car- stens, Tom Spiekerman, Rob Yedor. Third Row: Craig VanGorp, Kevin Kirk- land, Ron Hefner, Brian Crispin, Tim McCratic. Fourth Row: Larry Miller, Randy Wood, Brian Kelly, Dale Van- Dellen, Dale Patterson, Brian Kroll. Fantastic Freshmen Tankers Swim To iotor I Blinking the chlorine out of his eyes, junior paddler Steve Jurco fabovej proudly shows his first place medal, while his teammate, Charlie Dunn, Cabovejj gives a prize-winning smile after win- ning his event. Timers frightj wait for the Redbird swimmer! 104 C H amoiorites' Put Their Best Feet Forward Running, pole vaulting, and shot putting were the specialties of last year's track team. The trackmen completed their fourth year of competition in the Mid-Suburban League with an even win-loss record. Coach Samoore's varsity track team took third in the conference meet. Individually, the boys' accomplishments were nu- merous. Captain Scott Butler captured first place in conference, and sophomore Mark Chidley took sec- ond. After taking fifth in the district meet, the var- sity mile relay team of John Curtin, Mike Splitt, Mike D'Angelo, and Mike Cleveland traveled downstate, where they failed to place. Senior Fred Harth's pole vaulting gave him possession of second in the district. The varsity runners came in second place in the Arlington Prep Meet last spring. Under the direction of assistant coaches Carl Sahlin, Joe Vitton, and Jer- ry Sutton, the Arlington High School track team made a fine showing at their other meets. Fifth place was the rank of the sophomore track team. The sophomore mile relay team of John Chap- man, Bill Welton, Tom Jarm, and Joe Kuykendall were victorious in placing first in the conference meet, by beating arch rival Palatine by six seconds. Looking at last year's accomplishments, the coaches believe that 1971 will be a great track season. ' A lf, "I wonder if I can do thirteen feet," thinks Scott Mudge as he sprints along-the runway, his pole balanced in careful hands. By the looks of things you'd think that track star Bill Welton was running on a bed of hot coals, instead of an ordinary track 1970 VARSITY TRACK Cardinals 65M ........... ....... C onant .................. Elk Grove ...... ' ......... 2nd place ....... ....... A rlington Prep ................ 75 .............. ....... G lenbrook South ................. 31-d place ........ ....... L ake Shore Invitational 4th place ..... ....... P rospect Invitational ......... 5th place ...... ....... P alatine Relays ' ............. 39 ,,,,,,,..., .......... P alatine ...................... . Prospect ........................... 10th place . ...... ...... F alcon Invitational ...... . 12th place ................ District ......................... 81 ,,,,,,,..,. ......... I- Iersey ...................... Glenbard North .... 3rd place ..... ....... C onference ........... INDOOR TRACK Cardinals - 52 ......... Q. ,,,,,,.. . 26 46 .... Prospect ...... Deerfield ...... Niles' West ..... .........Pa1at1ne lflfheeling .............. S9 . ......... E lk Grove .................. 68 ,,,,,,,. ........ G lenbard North ...... St. Francis ..................... 7th place ..,.. ......... B lue Demon Relays ....... 55175 ,,,,,.,.,,, ,........ . Leyden East ................. 7th P12126 ,',,,, ,,..,,,.. W llClCHt Relays ...... 49M ........... ---,----- West Leyden ....,.... Opponent 61116 32 52 50 70 5 14 Opponent 57 48 62 50 42 20 50 19 495 55 Vg 105 N i ,ui A: L o 5 , A an Vsfsfq Clndermen Run By All H. ,Q:igw,.... - 'Be Hess ge., as , , if X: Jai Q ' Y Km V - ' Ng, Ak Vx gg: 1 Q, ' ' , " .5:g:5eg',-1-...i v 345 Q :,5,. 2.45 .., nf., ,bu ,Qr-r-.ifvvfj , . --- --- -- , W I .,fJ12"S ,' ' 1 FIC?-12 '1 'f.+2HiEs'4 TS " .' "7 L " ' 1' nf' f ' v. H r -,,:::, .55 -QQ 1:4,..wVg,V..:x5E:i.:j,, t ie , 'tg :gg I , ,, -Q.3.- , I L 2 .1 - ' ' w?ff..ur fla' -'x:w1vwy,-.- -f A A-:aes ' ' , 1 yf,g:f5,,.:i, -ueqnw -L . A ,1.w.gq Hee- .12 , I , 1: - J. ia.,-,eb ff, , , ,.,,, ,.., at A, ,, ....,,4J1M.-, V 4-+..i--. .. f ' , - -- Q Pe-L,-,,.. J-5q1,',31:g'1:'1uv -1- L ' , ' X 'i L j.. -"rw -cr .,,'.f"'v .- 1 ' - Lf, 432i-AJC' 11 ,.'1'l'1i - ' - -, . 'X' ff 2.7 ,. -f 1- , 5 law ' - 1 . Tw' Y f' ff," 'N . "ff A s f' " Q " "J f, ' ' 1 -' ' 1 ET "EEE Using all his power, Arlington hurdler John Ohman Qleftj clears another hurdle to stay ahead of his weaker opponents. "1 wonder if the rest gave up and went home?" thinks Mark Mor- gan Qabovey as he keeps hurdling. Fremd won't keep the lead much longer fbelowj when speedy harriers move up to pass them. ' . QF' i Y - - ax: sim- Y 1 . k se -- 1-1 , " ff I . W. J , . -' 5 5- :sz gm 'riff iii: 12552 ,f H 95155 JE' ' ' W 7 . ' ' , ,A - isa f f : + - Y 4' ,. ' if ,sa ' ' V, Y- ' fi' ga A' sf A Liga? . aff 1 ' :Sm 15,25 l 2 51 iff ,A W W: , .1 W , 215' ,Q sn Q W . - -Q Q' . . an , , 106 Baseball Wizards Strike ut Any pposition While giving the baseball the old evil eye, slugger Chuck Dillon bears down trying to hypnotize the ball into a home run pitch. 1970 VARSITY BASEBALL Ca1'tlim1.ls Opponent 3 ......, ......... G lenbrook South ....... ..... 2 3 ....... ......... F orest View ........... ..... 4 14 ....... ..... G lcnbard North ....... ..... 2 6 ....... ..... If remd .................. ..... 3 6 ......... Wheeling .... 5 6 ....... ......... P rospect ...... ..... 5 l ........ Elk Grove ..,..... 4 l .... ........ C onant ....... ..... 7 0 ........ Palatine ..... 5 0 ......... Hersey .......... 1 0 ........ Forest View ........ 1 2 ,,., ........ C onant .......... ..... 1 1 .... ,,...... F remd .................. ..... 4 5 ........ Glenbard North 4 3 .... ........ I 'rospect .....,...... ..... 2 Arlington's redbirds started out strong in the sea- son with a 4-l record. After trampling Glenbrook South, the Cards suffered a heartbreaking one point loss to Forest View but bounced back to streak past four fearful foes: Glenbrook North, Fremd, Wheeling and Prospect. . Experience was the key to the varsity squad which was boosted by eleven returning lettermen and the expert advice of veteran coach, Fran Somers. John Kuykendall showed his power at bat by leading the team in hitting. Honors were also won by teammate Jim Bokelman, star pitcher, who gained the coveted rank of all-conference. Wheeling's Wildcats proved to be a tough match for the sluggers to battle. An exciting game was climaxed by a homerun in the eighth inning by Mike Moffo, to win the game. Although the cards had an overall 10-9 record, the team had a strong ending by Winning four con- secutive games to finish fourth in conference. This final effort gives hope for a successful '71 season. Spirited sophomore and freshman teams showed their spark on the diamond last spring. Aided by Coach Vena, the sophs gained needed knowledge of the game. Coached by Mr. Drain angl Mr. Burke, freshman dedica- ted tirne to perfect their swings, slides and steals. Streaking on for another Cardinal score, varsity pitcher Gene Els- berg rounds third base heading down dangerous home stretch. 107 af -54' wwf 1- - .ff QM S 4 A pf , ab x I 1 A 1 if 'N . ZX :S " fx 4- ,..,-,n 214 x.-ea. t Y f , ' ' f-.3 ' , I If N ' . N, A f g yl ' ' ' ,. 4, ' - dx I K ' 1652"- Jqq S H Qx MEN: x xfq-AX L xxqkxz 11? V ' x , .wxir X X . , K X 4 , f -5 lj' ' ,W 4 H Fl FSE-Q N.: 1 -X ,1- Jv- .s 1 1 4 ll xx J , H NN ,ggjhs .' sf Il ,F 11- -n. s Y wwf 40-'mfg H- I v Y v , . -'ww L... -"Tff,..'." M 5f'xa1.--'W-f',"'f .i1,,,: L ... vu-uf . A L1 - USM.. Ilia: ' 9+ J vm .LSE-. fr 'Fw gb, , 1 .W X 54 1 , V ,R-4 .. . gh 111 ' -4. :, -.',,' 3, , :fn-in-:.L . 4.2. J, p. f :V . 1- 5' J' M 9 'v P ITL T4 , vv , .BFE 'Q 'N- 1 ,J , X 1 gi , K , X W ff- X A ,. 0 N1 a ' 1. me un'-ll 6,4115 ., 4' ISI. "'J'l1l" if?- xA v., in 5 " , A ' f I 7 gf 1, K 1 '. 'SS in .- b -N' - -. nw! 'Q-.Q fn ,, if Y' '- Xu 1 9 ' 4 if ya 2 P' aff? ' . .U Q r yn if . V' 4 VARSITY BASEBALL Front-Row: Gene Elsberg, Bruce Hill, Craig Lasher, Jeff Chase, Dick Kolari, Rich Porowski, John Sbertoli, Mgr. Second Row: Mgr. Dave Irlbacker, Don Chambers, Jim Locascio, Russ Kir- choff, Jim Heitbrink, Chuck Fill. Third Row: Mgr. Rick Kuhl I 'Q '1 3,1 . xg 4 1 D. -.gif . . ., l 1- gf X f' A - ' 4' ' Brian I-Io an im Anderson Terr Ormsbee Ray Thorsen , J , y , , Troy Slinlgard, jim Miller. Fourth Row: Coach Somers, Chuck Donchess, Bill Moore, Tom Carroll, Rick Schoell, Chuck Dillon. Fifth Row: Coach Venn, Glenn Abel, John Brodnan, Mike Moffo, Mike Wilbins, Bob McDonald. pirilzed luggers Sparkle ut On The Diamond SOPHOMORE BASEBALL I Front Row: James Horst, Dan Extrom, Brian Cohan, Jeff Thal, Jeff Wulbecker, John Griffith. Second Row: Doug Holt, John Pesche, Gregg Hauptly, John Ramsey, Brian Deevy, Wayne 110 Heise, Ed Evensen. Third Row: Bob Harth, John Burkhart, Tom Eggert, Kurt Davis, Len Bergstrom, Ray I-Ieidenson. Fourth Row: Wayne Geyer, Brian Gaare, Steve Pollard, Dan Cunningham, Mark Rickerson, john Dillon, Golfers Tee ff nto Swinging through a path of success in the 1970 golf season, this year's golf team showed a number of talented and outstanding individuals. As has often happened in the past, Arlington's 1970 golf team was left with few upperclass members. Jack Vanveen was the only upperclassman to return with varsity exper- ience. Jack, as a junior on the varsity squad, showed an average of 41 for 12 dual meets. One of his suc- cesses occurred when he shot an 84 for 18 holes in a conference meet. Gordon Kaser, a sophomore, show- ed strength as a steady starter for the varsity squad in their dual meet season. Gordon shot an 81 for 18 holes, a score which put him in fourth place in a con- ference meet. Another sophomore who showed prom- ise was jeff Haire. Because of a family move, he did not return for the 1971 season. jeff, also had a 39 average for 12 dual meets. Theirfgreatest accomplishment was becoming the champions of the Mid-Suburban League. An exciting highpoint of the Cardinal go1fer's season was their defeat of Prospect, on Prospect's home course. Returning Coach Walthouse felt that it was a very successful season. Members of the varsity team were Chris Marsalek, Gordon Kaser, jeff I-Iaire, Rich Armour, Jack VanVeen, Bill Wolod, Jake Alaas, Andy Kehe, Peter Leudeking, and Richard McKay. "Let's get in the swing of things," remarks Chris Marszalek as he putters about on the course in his idle time one sunny afternoon. nother rlington Win Trying to set up another victory, Senior golfer jack VanVeen concentrates on improving accuracy and coordination of swing. 1970 VARSITY GOLF Cardinals Opponent 165 ..... ......... 11 'Iaine West ....... ....,.,. 1 71 161 ..... ......... H ersey ,...,.., ,,,, 1 63 157 ......... ........ P rospect ..........,.,...,,,.t..,,,, ,.,, 1 61 3rd place ...... ........ L ake Park Invitational ,.,,,,,, - 165 ......... ....... 17 remd ..........,.,.,,,.,.,,,,,,,,,,, ,.,, 1 76 157 ..... ......... F orest View ..,,... ,,,. 1 53 157 ...... ........ P alanine ....., ,,,. 1 82 160 ............. ......., C onant ......,,,...,,...,.,,,,,,,,,, ,,-4 1 64 9t11 1312166 ........ ........ W lieeling Invitational ,,,,, . .. 167 ......... ........ 1 'Vheeling ...,,,,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,. ,,.. 1 72 172 ......... ........ G lenbard North ...... ,,,, 1 S3 4th place ........ ........ D istrict ............ - 152 ......... ........ E lk crave ...... ,.,, 1 so 21161 P12166 ...... ........ C onference .... .- 111 Might Arlington Courtiers "Lob It To 'Emln Arlington's 1970 tennis team entered the season with their eyes on another conference and district championship. They strove for these titles, working above and beyond their abilities according to Coach Tom Pitchfordg and success was theirs! The team proved that year around, indoor and outdoor practice pays off in important meets. Cardinal netmen made impressive showings at various invitational meets. By the end of the season they had achieved fifth place standing at the New Trier Invitational, fourth place standing at the Evanston Invitation, and another fifth place standing at our Arlington Invitational. More important, they obtained the conference crown for the fourth consecutive year and first place honors in the district for the eighth consecutive year. The number one spot in the conference for doubles competition was shared by hard-hitting players Bruce Starek and Carl McWherter. Right behind Bruce and Carl, junior john Koriath and senior Scott McKay took the number two doubles position in the conference. Gregg Harris was the district singles champion, and he qualified for state competition. Jim Merkel, show- ing promise for his future years at Arlington, be- came a conference champ and a state qualifier as a freshman. Hard work, carefully done, under the guidance of their coaches Tom Pitchford and Gary Brodnan helped produce the honors they received. "Notice how the racket never leaves my hand," says Dana Mor- ken demonstrating professional techniques on backhand volley. ,1- 1 na . 'I "lily . .,..- Y - .. . . in ,. . .... ' I 1 - . r , V lllma y Carl McVVherter, alias the blond gorilla, monkeys around on the courts as he works toward winning the conference championship 1970 VARSITY TENNIS Cardinals - Opponent 5th place ...New Trier East Invitational .......... .. - 4 ...,......... ...Hinsdale ....,,..........,,,.,,,,,,,.,....,. 1 4th place ...Evanston Invitational .... .. - 3 ...... ...Prospect ..... 2 5 ......... Fremd ...... . ...... 0 3 ........... .'.. F orest View ..,..,..,,..,.,,.,, 2 '5th place ................. A rlington Invitational ...... - 5 ........:.... ......... C onant ........,.,,,,,,,,,,, 0 5 ......... Palatine .....,.,,.,,,,,, --., I Q 0 5 ............. ......... G lenbard North ,..,, ,,.-,. 0 lst place ..... ......... D istrict .............. - 3 -------... ......... E lk Grove ...., H 2 lSt pl-HCC ..... ......... C onference .,,,,,,,,,,, H ,, 0 .......... UNSW Trier East ,.,,.,, .'--. 5 5 .... ..Hersey ................. .-'-'. 0 'l 5 ..Wheelin g .... ,,,,, 0 113 VARS-ITY TENNIS Row: Brian Merkel, Greg Gibbel, john Koriath, Bruce Starck, Front Row: Rex Miller, Rich Schowengerdt, Dana Morken, Carl McWherter, Doug Meyer, Gary Leydig, Coach Brodnan, Bob Stubing, Don Rodig, Bob Bloomquist, john Deevy. Second Coach Pitchford. nother Swinging Success F or rlington Netmen has Pro-tennis hopeful, John Koriath, fleftj smashes another clever maneuver. "Sorry, please don't: be hurt," Coach Brodnan says fabovej squirming under glare of Mr. Pitchfordg "I meant for rue, once in morning does it and my breath's fresh for hours." 114: s 'f . -- v 5 3 F f ' r ' ' ' J'T ' ' I O 3 Q " - u so ' I, 4- ,... , - -1 . 5 4 Q v, a F, ,UO ' nl 4 J i , ,171 Q " .V . . I n' v ', ' -' I 1 1 . . P- ,.e..- -' - . .1 f f yr ., r . . " A 1 4' q - ' ,xl eau-'J' ' 1 ' init? Conference doubles champion Bruce Starek fabovej proves his ability as one of Arlington's top tennis players while he reaches for a shot. As a freshman on varsity, Jim Merkel Qrightj shows promise for AI-IS's tennis future as he slams another tennis ball. "Notice my arm, docg I've had a strange-looking thing on the end of my hand for two months now." It really turned out to be a lucky disease, as both Jim Merkel fat lefty and Bruce Starek fbelowj finished tennis 'season with conference championships. 2 I ,,, ii-i , 7 V4 uf.: lille 'A EEQIEVCL 1 if . Leg y i . - I - 5 1 ' A - ' 1 -e. - . ' - .- ' W" 'N--. .. "'J'5'4'?'vv-sw. , 'ul' 1 ' - ,Ei t My f-' .A . - J :51tmnHfiH7QlQ:,':Ql !Egi I , k ' e't2- aiae 11141 viii su 115 arsity Lettermen Unite Ae Athletic Achievers A i , . l. Jr mg, CMN, M-f "A" CLUB OFFICERS Tom Rowe, Secretary-Treasurerg Tom Harris, President, Scott Douglas, Vice-President. As a club for honor athletes, this year's "A" Club was engaged in several activities. Leading the let- termen through the 1970-'71 school year was presi- dent Tom Harris, vice-president Scott Douglas, and Secretary-treasurer Tom Rowe. Mr. Guy Vena was again the club sponsor. "A" Club's first major activity was the planning of October's Homecoming Dance, "Cornstalks and Moonlight." They also took charge of concessions for the Homecoming football game and sold tickets to raffle the Homecoming football. Other activities in- cluded the Park Ridge Dance, ushering at the Reg- ional basketball games, and at community projects throughout the year. Funds raised from these ac- tivities helped finance athletic equipment for the school. To be a member of "A" Club an athlete must first earn a varsity letter in a sport. He is then requir- ed to go through a pledging period and initiation before he is an active member of the club. His goal then is to promote good school spirit and com- mendable sportsmanship. The number of members of "AH Club has grown more than expected this past year because Ar1ington's excellence in the various sports brought in many Redbird varsity lettermen. "A" CLUB Front Row: Jeff Thieman, Scott Mudge, Tom Carroll, Scott Douglas, Tom Harris, Tom Rowe, Dick Elsner, Jack VanVeen, Rick Schoell. Second Row: Mike Wilbins, Bruce Starek, Carl McWl1erter, Chuck Donchess, Mike Cleveland, Mike D'Angelo, 115 Bill Welton, Jeff Selleck, Terry Ormsbee, Oliver Peale, Scott Teuber. Third Row: Bob McDonald, Tom Sayre, John Gabler, Chuck Dillon, Mike Yorke, Mike Moffo, Jim Kolze, Keith An- derson, Frank Dye, Jim Merkel, Denny Foreman. 1 i I 1 1 GIRLS-' ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION BOARD Front Row: Debbie Harvey, Vice-president Carol Bednarz, Presi- dent Linda Angeloff, Secretary Meg McDonald, Ann Gilmore. im, igor, italit : Sportsmanship, fair play, and fun were the trade- marks of the Girls, Athletic Association. The Club was sponsored by Mrs. M. L. I-Iundt, Miss M. Welp- ton, Miss L. Swanson, and Mrs. K. Gilleland, who were members of the Girls' Physical Education De- partment. They assisted the elected sport heads with the various sports that were held after-school. Swim- ming and tennis were offered in the fall. Winter sports for the girls included fencing, bowling, bad- minton, and volleyball. Archery and track and field were offered in the spring. The girls received points for attending meetings and sports events. At the end of the year, awards were given to them. When a girl had earned a total of five hundred points, she received a varsity letter. The champions of each sport received silver charms as awards. Various activities of the club included a bake sale to raise money, a spring picnic, the annual Christmas party, and playdays with the other area high schools. Extramural sports was an addition to the club's,ac- tivities. The girls had a volleyball team, a tennis team, a swim team, and a track team that competed with other high school girls' teams of this district. Second Row: Jan Broderick, Jean Wilson, Mary Nowak, Barb Wray, Kathy Campbell. uck Those Tummies ln Senior Marcie Flodin calmly serves the ball in a close ball game. 117 Girls Experience Winning Year In thleties 1971 GIRLS' TENNIS Cardinals Opponent I 7 ............. ...... I -Icrsey ..... ,...,..,.,,,, 0 6 ...... ....... F remcl ........ .,..,. 1 7 ...... ....... W heeling ...... ,.,.,, 0 7 ...... ....... C onant ...... ,,,,,, 0 6 ...... ....... P alatine ............... ,,,,., 1 4 ...... ...... H ighland Park ......... ...... 3 5 ...... ...... P rospect ............,,, ,..,,, 1 0 ...... ...... N ew Trier East ....... ,,,,,, 7 1971 FIRST ROUND GIRLS' BADMINTON Cardinals Opponent 7 ............. ........ E Ik Grove ........ ' ............. 0 6 ........ Prospect ...... 1 7 ...... ..... W heeling ........ ...... 0 5 ...,.. ..... F orest View ..... ...... 2 I 7 ........ I-Iersey .......... 0 "Groannn," utters Padlock Cup Winner, Ginger Loughman as she attempts another ferocious swing at poor little tennis ball! GIRLS' TENNIS Front Row: Nancy Kouzrnanoff, Kathy Campbell, Laura Wray, Cerwin, Marta Larson, Dee Bauer, Cathy Depew. Third Row: Ann Gilmore, Bobby Plant, -Ian Broderick. Second Row: Claire Ginger Loughman, julie Tollefson, Judy Ulrich, Debby Bunn, Gates, Nancy Cunningham, Kathy Meleko, Diane DeWitt, Mary Debbie Lcydig, Linda Angeloff, Barbara Wray. 118 -f-L xfy- 'R f',' .4 Q if , . , ,fi ,. 4 - lg .1 ' 1:- 'L-:"" .u , wr. H tl. ,, .-1 . V "mp " 1 M -' ,E-5, -mg.. 4.-M YV: Fila, P WD:-'rj " ,-."'-2 -qt rf, 'N 1 F, - H -A ' " .T-f',',xf'fJ'If,1, - xl'-J ix ' ' Ng: .J had ???, ii!! 95 FV A -- N ' 1 1 L ll r L 1 my .1 V' 54 ' "P :f W ,Y Agn., 'Y 3,91 X sk' jf' YQ ' x? N F,-Q, 1 .q Q, 1 V -V rgihfpgnf' uf' ' ' :V , y if, A C , , I fi! Q E V I TQLKQ AQ? f . 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Ffjlf. ,jf , sr: ,gif 55:14, ff-..1 ...f .ii221,g',15 wall? 'F' 2 16' Tfif2a,g,'f95rffi?f?LEifig5'3fjfV 1, ,gqgjfg-E-f'-",' '.'Z,,.1. ,, ,JT---T'-' f. L.. p.. W .,A, If L r, WJ., - 4 L . . -,S .N El L -Q A ' , iii, v w I , n I , X , I v Q J ', . ,5 A , , E Vx .. 'E X . l' N 4 BW' if f -nr"-f ,An W,, r. 'P.' ef, g,... rf' Q 0 'if ,J 'Jr 1 .' 1.71 aff 4 ' x " . LW vhisnxlm if 'Z "'ia'f'.l"1- ' fT:1fi3f -Q Qfwgiaf i Celebrated Coronation - Crovvning Event of '70 HOMECOMING COURT j Cyn Dee Kort, Chuck Dillon, Page Teri Nielsen, Page Bill DeVerna, Nancy Baum- gartner, Scott Douglas, King jeff Kirby, Queen Pat Koch, Tom Harris, Jan Swanson, Ed' Haldeman, Peggay Graham, Tom Rowe, Nancy Scudder. To buy or not to buy a Homecoming mum for that special girl is the Question ot the moment as twin cheerleaders Karen and Kathy McKay persuade with enthusiastic smiles. QRightj Nancy Scudder and jeff Kirby walk the long pathway toward the circle of expectant court members in the festively decorated Arlington gy1n. 124 Fun-filled activities dominated Cardinal spirits during the weeks preceding the day of Homecoming. All walks of Arlington became in- volved With selling ribbons, pen- nants, raffle tickets, and mums. A brisk autumn day set the stage for the royal ceremony in which master of ceremonies Marty Hae- ger crowned the 1970-1971 Home- coming King and Queen. Much excitement and nervous tension was released in joyous tears as King Jeff Kirby led his newly-crowned Queen Pat Koch before her sub- jects. The jubilant couple along with other members of the court, begin their exciting reign during the traditional parade which in- cluded the Coronets, Cardettes, band, cheerleaders and "Top 40 Hits" floats. The day resulted in an exciting night for the Royal Court and loyal AHS fans as the redbirds upheld their undefeated record! The var- sity team trampled the Wheeling Wildcats by a score of 34 to 6 which sent the cats back home with their tails between their legs. Completing a perfect weekend was the Homecoming dance, "Cornstalks and Moonlight" spon- sored by "A" Club Saturday night. The music lulled dancing couples to memories of their Homecoming. V ' -Q ,,,- .Leah A 'fish .xg-. f " ,.',. 1 N1 :L J ,i ' -1 . 1- f .lr--'P '.- . -'ig , ,WX H X K A 6 V if, 1 Q 9 l:j::fL.-1 X ' will! ,,, 'F 4 ds 1 l 1' Y f" I' I 1 . , 1 A ,A , ,ff :Xgwf Q qi! - 1,4-kg 1. 1 ll: '. V -,- :J-'-,F,1f.Z.',7,, - . 5 .gf i- my -- "uf-ig: I Nr Av X UM4.-. . ,. , , 4-K' '?flyF':',, ff 'J' 'fr 17,25 .4,.:'1 A , A .,,.f 1 mf- K V 1'f-lfii - 5 X ad. , T "F A , Q A a':2:.a,a:5 f lan . .nn w A Y'-,303 l . r ,,.-Q, gi. . ' 5 I ...,, t - vig' ' L I ' 'cu' X ' 91.15. 1.- ' L sift-ff' FAf1l21i' -' ,jp-f ,xr '1"J.17-61. ,lil usty October binds Lift Rising A S Spirits Gazing clown on crowded gym, newly-crowned Queen Pat Koch smiles ecstatically as she realizes every girl's fondest dream has come true for her. Keeping time to the fast beat of the music, Inajorette Mfendy Johnson Qabove righty leads the band to de- light of all residents. After rushing through pictures, Queen Pat and Kingjeff fbelowj sit upon their float only to be barragecl by more snapping lens. Finally, after much bustling about, Queen Patricia Koch and King jeff Kirby fbelow rightj bestow a quick glance upon their subjects, as they begin their reign. 126 9 -""' 'Ui f 'ti '-Q-: r- fl-H - " ' :"'?E,: L N T A Z V U A I , . T, ""-22:,....,.. Y ' V singi- . , . ., Q-.vii -1 lui ' 4- se , t" -A . 2 ' , ii- -Y .- - "F!"!i'sr -NA Tw - ' V' -if "" L- - 1 :iii-.zl. ' vi" V 5 " ' -iq xr-...gc v..., Y , . . V , . 1 - , ,- . '-1 - --., - ' . . - . 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Jenni, , ' 3 l Q he 'fa ,vu ft-a .QVQ .A LF' 4 T xl. lm 19. A .Q nd K... S -2"... , .-A4 'fkgqlq W . F Q v ,Y ,. s" 211 in-V 'S X y k V .. 2 ,, A 'Hi 'E -ag-Qi.: .Q 1 Elf!-I v qw. 4 1' 4 L 1 .-"-Q 4 , .gl Y--A ,fe- E54 ef? 5,145.1 5 K Y I H' V , 11 V U M. , 1 ""' ' V ' w r U , , xl 'fff 'ff' u. mf W 3 ' m W l 2 M .Hp gl ., ,.-,lr , - ' I, fi" A g',THf W and H J A, H -' , '. Lilil x 1 . V4 T. .a , U ' ' ' L21 W V,' , f X V P T, it . :X J, Y fp"G4"" ,, 5 q' ' I "-- . ,J n E I , . 'nl Impromptu Discussions-Airing Relevant Issues STUDENT Fonum OFFICERS A c Front Row: -Karen T hompson, Mary Klirnek. Second Row: Sec- retary 'Nancy Scudder, resident Mary Deger. Third Row: Mr. Wagner. Last year's debate squad helped to teach students to speak and think more clearly and logically while discussing the topic: That the federal government should establish, finance, and administer programs to control air and water pollution in the United States. Team Captain Debbie Smith and Coaches Mr. Wag- ner and Mrs. Gibson helped to sponsor this group. Individual Events, another function of speech, gave students an extended opportunity to speak and in- terpret events as they saw themf Sponsored by Miss Lorenz and Miss Martin, the team attended many tournaments from November to mid April. t Student forum provided a channel for the discus- sion of controversial issues relevant' to the students at Arlington. President Mary Deger was aided by Secretary Nancy Scudder, Publicity Chairman Karen Thompson, and Topics Chairman Mary Klimek. T W 0 such forums were held on the Women's Lib Move- ment and on varied types of music. National Forensic League is an honorary club for those students who excel in the areas of Debate and Individual Events. This society's officers included Treasurer Debbie Smith, Secretary Kathy Koclanis, Vice-President Linda Schoepke, and President Karen Thompson. Activities sponsored by NFL were NFL Calendar, Student Congress, and the NFL District Speech Events. Mr. Wagner was the sponsor of NFL. 1 1 VICE DEBATE MaryLou johanek, Bruce Palmatier, Renate Savich, Mr. Wag- NO . . . . . : 'b , Sh V , N Schl fman, ner. Third Row: Karen Budzeika, B111 Shotwell, Lisa Kaslue, gtiznixrrlfigijrnizaiisgrciiirgiciiza R2gt?1?JuErdaNichat15i?J0hHagCC1'U, Bob Conklin, Barb Kendall- I-ee A1111 Yelavlch- 130 1174? CQQ3.. F 4 , ,f x X X . -,A ,- U., if nf -L 5, :qmzf m Wm wx Q 21: fx ra r- H4 Lligzzva , ,, .-,gm ,N if . V.-' gy- ,nl- , W, '-..H'5'1fLw'1.' , , ,, ,K-f " 9 ' 4-Q V. . 1 ,.' V: v wa", , 2 Y,-nf , ,WZ Q 9 ,'UA2,f JH ,. m. ,f. ,I. , IU, .- I1-J 1 521' . . 9 Il 1 4 4 ,,,,, . ., , ,K , I f Q 1 H X H", M x'- ' HS 92 ' T' RW f 5 wg, if ,. mf-.,, S1 Q Y-:.,g,::L ,sg ,sz-an Lf--1:1351 Af-5-fam V 422:-agp-2 . . f . ..'S' SWF .TI-'h , . '...., ,559 'HJ XY 31' W , l :- f X I nw , ,Q--Q 3-M .gg 1 N - ,, 'hr' ' v. 2.3 .5 if-' ' J H if -H r , - JN M el My ,mwrwx ,m V .,aI, , , I fs. 5- :wk r-'yn " I My 1 E , H. u, X w x ,qgbil -.. in rf., 4 -1, nl, 41 fr' W QMHZ --- .5i.. 9,4-T? kill-?' , 4: Y 1 f-- iff' ,a., , , ,, fv -,, . 1 n -' , 'ii - ,fu 1 5-,R , it- 1 A . 154. . . -Q, .4 1 7 . J 'nv ' f' 1 -'1 x '.' . A V :v 4 in rt ' f w 4 w w J ,L .1 Wlffll ,.I1' A 1,Cf'l" W QPR- 1 f - ,. ,544 ' "'+1 ,1... 'r .- lsr? , 1 ft SOCCER CLUB Front Row: Karl Absil, Mr. Gardner, Louis Skorvanek. Second Row: Phil Carlsen, Jim Wojtkiewicz, Bruce Carlsen. Tlzzrd Row: Don Andersen, Clarke Sanders, Ed Skolnik, Tom Sergey. e lub +Triple 'L " KEY CLUB . - ' Row: F t- R : Mke Warns, B111 Shotwell, Steve Elwart, Kurt Steiner. Second . Glgii Shziiiiier, lvlark Morgan, Gary Rettberg, Steve Carncross. Third Row. Jack Fitz- patrick, Mike Burke, Dan Stauder, Todd Wendorf, Bob Conklin. 132 TRIPLE "S" OFFICERS Front Row: Ann Nakutny, Nancy Menz. Second Row: Lori Wickstrom, Kyle McKay. Service With A Smile Giving service, promoting spirit, and inspiring leadership are the three purposes of Triple "S" Club. Any girl interested in promoting these qualities in herself and her school is eligible to become a mem- ber of Triple Faculty spon- sors are Miss Peterson, Mrs. Hag- ey, and Mrs. LaBonte. The club meets once a month. Led by club President Mancy Menz and Vice- President Liz Nowak, Triple "S" sponsors a variety of service pro- jects each year. The making of Christmas stockings, stuffed ani- mals, and handerchiefs is a- mong several of the Red Cross pro- jects. A gift-laden visit to Mary- ville orphanage and a Christmas dinner are two other projects. Key Club, sponsored by Mr. H. Gibson, is another service club of Arlington. Key Club is open to AHS boys. President was Dan Stau- der, and Gary Rettberg was Vice- President. Key Club sponsors service projects and meets Weekly. Soccer Club, sponsored by Mr. J. Gardner, met to organize soccer games. President was L. Skorvanik. Fenoers Don't Foil round ith harpshooters RIFLE CLUB Zelrn, Dan Schmelzer, Gail Thompson, Mr. Zeller. Third Row: Front Row: Mr. Garcia, Jim Horst, Rex Hansen, .Ian Sundeen, Paul Calderone, Geoff Slagh, Jim McWherter, Jeff Harner, Ed Bill Kounanis, Mr. Martinson. Second Row: Tom Davies, Rick Fitch, Ron Hefner, Mike Niernczyk. This year's active Rifle Club was sponsored by Mr. Garcia. Its of- ficers, Rex Hansen, president, sec- retary janet Sundeen, vice-presi- dent Bill Kounanis and Jim Horst, treasurer, helped the club mem- bers learn to shoot. The club practiced each Wednesday at the police rifle range, traveled to Fox River Valley for shoots, and held meets with other schools. A club new to AHS this year was Fencing Club. Officers were president Linda Angeloff, Vice- president Rachel Anderson, secre- tary Kari Johnson, treasurer Kathy Mleko. With sponsor, Miss FENCING CLUB Welpton, rnemb ers of the club have practiced every 'two ,lweeks and attended several fencing tour- naments to increase the interest. Front Row: Jeanne Dejuilio, Nancy Lynch, Chris Minard, Kathy Kelly, MaryBeth 1 Sherry, Paula Gliot, Sue Hynes. Second Row: Nancy Cunningham, Jan Erbach, Kari Johnson, Pat Reardon, Linda Angeloff, Marge Kelly, Diane Kaminski, Mary Gibadlo. Tlzzrd Row: Pat Lidge, Maureen Furman, Gaile Snell, Lynn Simon, Jeanine Richards Teri Kmdler, Carol Johanek, Gerry Furlong, Cindy Moore. , 9. . ..i 1 . E ,W E far: ,, 111' ,,,, ,, Sires 2 i 'iii' ii' . -si ' ' i H I ' . e o a sut DISTRIBUTIVE EDUCATION Front Row: Roger Frank, jean Frossard, Raymond Woss, Terry Lobough. Second Row: Gail Brown, Cindy Rapp, Sherry Smith, Barb Beckman. Third Row: Harold Stoffel, Steve Kiral, Terry Fourth Row: Mr. Silverman, Lucy Stratos, Connie Glazer, John Van de Merkt. Gail Freeman, Debbie Glaumski, Renee Moreau. Fifth Row: Tim Draut, Dan Craig, Peter Jacobs, Mike Hartig, Mark Baskett, Judy Milner, Barb Olsern. Weidner, Dori Wilkinson. Suzanne Goebbert, Candy Horcher. Jet Prop Club Wants "To Take You Higher" "It's a bird! It's a plane! No, it's a rocket flown by members of our Radio-Jet-Prop Hobby Clubln This cry could be heard as Arling- ton students observed club mem- bers under the supervision of Mr. Post and Mr. Larsen, at the con- trols of the rockets which they had either assembled or purchased completed. Club m e m b e r s with Robert Rowan as president and Chris Tenant, secretary-treasurer, met once a week to build a radio- controlled plane and to enjoy jet hobby flights. Students in the Distributive Ed- ucation class, under the direction of Mr. Silverman, combined a stu- dy of the occupation of their choice with an opportunity to earn both academic credits and money. The class met during early bird period and students reported for on-the- job training and experience during the afternoon. The class was also responsible for displays in the cor- ridor showcase near room 219. 134 RADIO IET PROP CLUB Front Row: Robert Rowan, Chris Tennant, Mr. Post. Second Row: Randall Mika, Glenn Stout. RIDING CLUB OFFICERS kiing nd Riding Uffer Outdoor Opportunities SKI CLUB OFFICERS Diane Kelley, Paul Kresge, Chip Howes, D. O. Club members earned not only class credits, but also work experience, under the sponsorship of Mr. Nichols. Members helped each other to develop leadership abilities through participation in educational and vocational activi- ties. Officers were Roger Pelletier, Bob Quigly, and Dave Lyoen. Debbie Doppke. This year's Ski Club, organized and sponsored by Nick Ciulla and Robert Russell, gave ski-lovers at Arlington more opportunities to ski. Besides weekly trips to Wil- mont, skiiers Went to Indianhead during the three-day semester break, and to Steamboat Springs, Colorado, during spring vacation. Lisa Wuestenfeld, Shirley Rozdalovsky, Sharon Ruckoldt. DIVERSIFIED OCCUPATIONS Front Row: Penny Burke, Dinah Minarik, Patti Rehm, Karla Clemmons, Sue Conroy, Dee Ashley, Pam Logsdon, Peggy Har- ris. Second Row: Dorothy Lee, Pat Weber, Pam Murphy, Ann Porter, Kathy Bartik, Molly Murphy, Donna Aagaard, Sharon Connor, Lydia Jarocki, Mr. Nichols. Third Row: Nancy Harth, Carol Bird, Mary jane Wenzel, Larry Molinelli, Jean Kehe, Scott Fiduccia, Marsha McClellan, Diane Erd. Fourth Row: Charles Meyer, john Schmidt, Wally Toplovich, Scott Ryan, jim Irmen, Tom Surge, Keith Knoll, Bob Quigley, Steve Mro- zinski. Fifth Row: Alan Mitchell, Arnold Nolting, Jeff jaster, Dave Syoen, Stan Mensching, Mark Pesche, Roger Pelletier, Whitney Dobberton, Bob Vlcek, Dave Weide. 135 STUDENT COUNCIL OFFICERS Front Row: Eve Lacker, Recording Secretaryg Karen Thompson, Parliamentarian. Second Row: Nancy Baumgartner, President: Tom Nicholson, Treasurer, Ed Haldeman, Vice Presidentg Ann Lockwood, Corresponding Secretary. Council orks arf-'-'Y X? STUDENT COUNCIL Front Row: Sue Lockwood, Peggy Stoker, Carol I-Ialdeman, Ginny Catlin, Tammy Mattix, Stacie Weber, Ray Hollenbach. Second Row: Ellen Frisbie, Gayle Woods, Sue Lasher, Mary- Beth Schroeder. Pat Bukowski, Barb Pamp, Debbie Tonneson, Cindy Bunting. Third Row: Judy Nielsen, Cindy Wilson, Marty 136 Once a week members of Student Council united to carry on a general business meeting, led by their president, Nancy Baumgartner. The Student Council was an organization consisting of students, elected by students, to represent students and to speak for them. Working together with the council, Vice Presi- dent Ed Haldeman, Corresponding Secretary Ann Lock- wood, Recording Secretary Eve Lacker, Treasurer Tom Nicholson, Parliamentarian Karen Thompson, and President Nancy Baumgartner provided an organization to assist in the orderly administration of the school. Under the direction of the two sponsors, Miss Craig and Mr. Ahnquist, Council sponsored service projects and activities for the students. Council mem- bers welcomed incoming freshmen with a party, Homecoming traditions were carried out, junior and senior girls played in a powderpulff football game. Council sponsored the talent show, installed a juke- box in our cafeteria, organized a canned food drive for needy people through the Chicago Open Pantry, aided our foreign exchange student, set up a student mail service for Christmas cards, and several other projects for the A.H.S. students. The 1970-1971 Student Council was an organized group of students Working together toward the better- ment of Arlington High School. This was achieved through interest, determination, and involvement. n chool- ide Improvements ri r i Waxstein, Don Rodig, Ton Gray, Pete Anderson, Nancy Scud- der, Becky Geiser, Carol jernberg. Fourth Row: Pat Koch, Brian Deevy, Eric Hamilton, Debbie Teuchert, Bill Wolod, Gary Rettberg, Mel Opela, jill D'Angelo. Fifth Row: Len Berg- strom, Donna Davis, Scott Stains, Marty Haeger, Bruce Carlsen, Bob Givens, Anne Woods, Geoff Reider, Mel Smith. .ji N LES wi 'x . 8-W V .N W A Kiwi jg yi .blx MLA? ln, E .F ,: Jugs. '. ' W ' 4 I Y hikifam' wi - jgiiifiki 4 5 ., 'fr 7'fE.'f2w .fziififi - 5, aff 1 ff' fi -px'-. ., .l ?j5a M4s"' YHA Ag, i 1" ,JEL ' 'GY ff-53.2 ' 5 . . 1 fl.l,,',V: I N V gi Q A V.. ,Q ,:'Zf'w-1 .- I Qkggfi, QU rhmffsiw W - if fi! " 1 f" ' A E X i ffl U "F ' ' N1 .... 'M' 532 A ,ffm ,Q . qi' , ,. Q ,J .' Y 'L-my K , . Q QQ. , v - .1 . 1 - Y ,, .- ' y, ' N, , ' .1 - '- '4 L. n r ik ,- , ,, -. X -- , Mr'-wr ' - g 1254 ,.,..-...,,..,..::,..'....,1- E f I 13, 1 E, ,6-:wax , i J , Q. ,NL 1 R 4 ,X , l Q N . ,. v I ,I . ,127 " r-I - ,f 5' N 1 ' ' X. .gs-.. Heights Staff Constructs A "Year In Review" fi-infra 1 1 .arf , rar N...-,..,.,,. . T .v.--M -- ' ' ' 'n 23.47, ' , Q sy-.,, V . - L, , v l N 1 V 'ef . Heights members are all smiles as they take a breather from the daily routine which encompasses the making of a yearbook. HEIGHTS STAFF Front Row: Jan Sieferrnan, Kris Rongner, Laura Wray. Second Row: Andy Polites, Ann Lockwood, Lynn Gray, Nancee Dalley. Third Row: Margie Phillipp, Sharon Luker, Nancy Sundeen. 138 With her pencil poised in anticipation of inspiration, senior Lynn Gray contemplates creation of another yearbook caption. ,QZLS . ' -1 . A, ii- "Oh no, not another copy!" "What do you mean I can't use the word 'motley' as an adjective?" "How about if we skip the head-writing and have a party?" Such were the cries which emerged from various members of the 1970-71 Heights staff. This year's staff was guided under the leadership of Copy Edi- tor Sue Pace and Picture Editor CynDee Kort. Mr. Robert Boesel supervised as the staff's adviser, mak- ing use of his originality whenever the occasion call- ed for it. The Heights crew was comprised of the hour staff and the after-school staff, and both had many dif- ferent tasks to perform. Such jobs as writing cap- tions, copies, and headsg drawing layoutsg and tak- ing pictures of various school activities were carried out by these enthusiastic students, who wanted "to put out the best high school yearbook in District 214." Jai'-if 1 - Yi Brainstorming is sometimes the only way to get things written, so Andy Polites, Ann Lockwood work together for new ideas. gi? Copy Editor Sue Pace Qabove leftj takes a few moments out of her busy schedule to permit a quick snap of the shutter, while Picture Editor CynDee Kort fleftj willingly shows a preview of what's to be expected for the '71 Heights. Above, Nancee Dal- Iey, Kathy Koclanis, Lynn Gray discuss some new yearbook ideas. 139 . I C44 . W g X gig' .Ian Swanson, editor of the AHS Cardinal. takes a break from blue-lining another article, to joke with Heights photographer. CARDINAL STAFF Front Row: Cindy Selan, Mary Boldan, Iay Hollenbach. Second Row: Anne Gormley, jan Sieferman, jan Benson, Lynette lohn- son, Margaret Manos. Third Row: Beth Friese, Nancy McMillan, Anita Weber, Debbie Heicken, Pat Rusch. Fourth Row: Paula Knoderer, Dean VValker, Bill Kieck, Dave Petersen, Trevor Will, Connie Sanderbeck. Fifth Row: Lisa Wuestenfeld, Gary Russell, Teri Xvoods, Fred Vogt, Kathy Pearce, Sharon Luker, Frank Constantino. 140 if few . .Sfs Cardinal taff rings lt ll Together Student publications with a new outlook were on the agenda for the Cardinal staff this year. Under the watchful eye of editor-in-chief, Jan Swansong Marybeth Schroeder, News Editorg Sheila Hoffman, Feature Editorg and Kathy Campbell, Sports Editorg along with the many staff members, innovated changes for the frequent editions. The Cardinal staff, experienced journalism stu- dents, worked fourth hour to produce bi-weekly ed- itions for the Arlington students. A helpful aid was the sponsor, Mrs. Suzanne Tedell. Several traditional columns were replaced and new columns were started to promote additional interest in the paper. "Grafitti" replaced the Card Calendar and filled the pages with various new shorts. The "Supporter" was replaced by "Confrontation," a sports editorial comment. "Months of Arlington Op- en" provided the students with an opportunity to voice an opinion on any topic. "Kaleidoscope" featured diversified and interesting people through personality sketches. The "Circus" column contained information concerning the "happenings" in the Chicagoland area. . M W ,Q KN 1 5 ,Q 1 Senior Cardinal members Sheila Hoffman and Martha Haeger industriously labor toward completion of their weekly deadline QUILL tr SCROLL Front Row: Steph Loughran, Sue Pace. Second Row: Nancy Scudder, Margie Phillipp, CynDee Kort, Third Row: Nancee Dalley, Kris Rongner, MaryBetl1 Schroeder, Jan Swanson. ,,,.-Y, .SN 4 S ,,...-at i - CARDINAL EDITORS Front Row: Steph Loughran, Jan Swanson, MaryBeth Schroeder. .Second Row: Barb Pertile, john Ernst, Denise Mack, Mary -Iacqmin, Nancy Scudder, Kathy Campbell, Karen Adamini. fLeftj Nancy Forch is completely engrossed in a book that will help her write her future articles, while tl1e editors of the AHS Cardinal staff fabovej rejoice over latest issues of their paper. 141 Banding Together As Modern Music Masters BAND Front Row: Wendy Johnson, Jeff I-Iasetnan, Tom Jackson, Betsy Neas, Paula Gliot, Chris Heile, April Siegfried, Laura Hammond, Sue Horn, Jeanne DeJui1io, Melanie Hillman, Tom Eliasek, Dale Corfrnan, Bill Steiner. Second Row: Mark Lilje- gren, Brian Byrne, John Patterson, Bruce Johnson, Janet Er- bach, Rex Miller, Dave Auge, Gail Thompson, Sue Dawson, Frances Kempisty, Margie Heizer, Debbie Grote, Elaine Fisher, Debbie Bauer, John Seevers, Carol Johanek. Third Row: Carl Wagner, Maili Powell, Jeff Dillon, Craig Combs, Phyllis Ford, Denise Sherman, Keith Anderson, David Zonsius, Ken Sawusch, Barbara Cording, Kathy Hurley, Judy Prochaska, Torn Cook, Tim Laron, Alan Conrad, Debra Schlexer, Sue Caranci, Jeanne Ebert. Fourth Row: Larry Moore, Cory Tibbits, Oliver Peale, Douglas Betters, Douglas Holt, Bob Williams, Steve Elwart, Leonard Bergstrom, Marina Mueller, Marjorie Phillipp, Marla Scofield, Tom Dutt, Jim Hauer, Janet Cording, Richard Kem- pisty, John Beresheim, Linda Ross, Donna Boyles. Fifth Row: Steve Cook, Greg Lanzon, David Knoderer, Mark Piepenbrink, Alan Vlfagner, Jeff Wysocki, Phil Carlsen, Mike Staahl. Sixth Row: Russ Daughtry, Richard Koceja, Bob Kunkel, Doug Everhart. TRI-M Front Row: Kris Rongner, Maili Powell, Bruce Carlsen, Mel Smith, Sue Palrnatier, Second Row: Nancy Hess, Sue McNeal, Sandy Vogeler, Linda Schoepke, Karen Ahnquist, Mike Ford, Jeanne Ebert, Leslie Skarra, Barb Hudec, Jan Dieters, Ellen Olson. Third Row: Linda Ross, Angela Berry, Jeanne Combs, 142 Roxanne Petrucci, Kurt Frantz, Judy Prochaska, Terri New- some, Sue Caranci, Marcia Tindall, Sue Dawson. Fourth Row: Mr. White, Dee Reider, Jim Hauer, Phil Carlsen, Randy Fischer, Russ Daughtry, Steve Elwart, Bob Bauer, Steve Wehmann, Jan Cording. Service through music to school, church, and the community was the avowed purpose of chapter 623 of the Modern Music Masters, and the officers, Bruce Carlsen, president, Mel Smith, vice-presidentg Kris Rongner, secretaryg Sue Palmatier, treasurer, and Maili Powell, historian, saw that it was carried out. Christmas caroling, an auction, and various field trips were part of the program which united the instrumental and vocal music students who had been initiated into Tri-M on the basis of scholarship, char- acter, cooperation, leadership, and service in the field of music. Under the concerned leadership of Mr. Schmoyer, 1970 was a year of firsts for the instrumental music department. Band, through performances at football games, parades, and concerts, remembered tradition but also broke with it in the Christmas Pops Con- cert in the jimmy Durante Room at Arlington Park Towers. The atmosphere was informal, with members of the audience seated around tables for ten and served refreshments for the afternoon program. The Jazz Ensemble also participated in. the new style of concert by performing with Choraliers a specially commissioned arrangement and an original number by Russ Daughtry and Ken Massa. During the year Jazz Ensemble also entered the Illinois jazz Band Contest for the first time in Arlington's musical his- tory. Although the quantity of string orchestra mem- bers was low, it was made up for by its quality. With the addition of two pianists and selected brass and woodwind players from the band, the orchestra was complete. Participation in the spring musical and concerts throughout the year remained the major orchestra contributions. Members of orchestra and band brought AI-IS honor in the state music contest. Wing ut, Musicians! IAZZ BAND Front Row: jim Hauer, Russ Daughtry. Second Row: Bob Wil- liarns, Margie Heizer, Cory Tibbits, Keith Anderson, Rex Mil- ler, Carl Wagner, Tom Eliasek, Ellen Olson, Alan Conrad. Third Row: Brian Byrne, Mark Lilljegren, jeff Hunsicker, Barb Cording, Steve Cook, Craig Combs, John Beresheim, Ken Sa- wusch. Fourth Row: Al Wagner, Dave Knoderer. l l ORCHESTRA . U son, Linda Ross, Rick Kempisty, Maili Powell, Fran Kempisty, Front Rowzi Sue Johnson, Barb Raitt, Kris Rongner, jan I-Ierbst, Steve Elwart. Third Row: Steve Cook, Bob Williams, Mark Glenn Lewin, Pat Doyle, Jeanne Combs, Dave Hartman, Steve Lilljegren, Cory Tibbits, Bill Steiner, Alan Conrad, Russ Daugh- Cooper. Second Row: Jim Karkula, Sharon Whiting, Sue Daw- try, Richard Taylor. 143 452 ' ,P jfs , Jvvv 1 T S 'A 1 mm ..,- I I .. A' :gb + 4' :EA i -Q Q ' '15 SEM- A +490 . " - f W Un A ' , v My -1,5 225 ,,,,.-""i .- A V. ' f ' 5' ' ' ' ,. K 'f ' 'J' L1 .g ,w 1 U 1 A , 3 zz? ' I, 7- 'I' A' -QV, 0, f-, K 1 j A '33 '1' 5-Af L V-1 HL- by '- f- x' f q liz. . , mer Q 14 ve 4 4., T . 4 Q , . -V.: 4, Z' 1. -. 9 '- v wJ I -TF? X' 1 ,VZ ,Vg r we .Q -apfg. ,J 0 - T' "7 N: E ' 1 ., Uni? rv -..Ur ,A 4.- .5,:.1 ,1,q.5na:f1'l" I ' 1 1 '5 . . if ff" f' W h gn ll 'W 5 f+ nm fig , nv- , -. 3' 7 Af K .MN 4 x I 4 A Ni in-eb NN 'Q 'fails f 9 H U X X 1 r., ., - H u X,-,, TI: -s 1..' . . ,.,. 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H poon River ntholog " Personifys Humanit Knowingly, in an innocent clrawl, Lydia Puckett, played by Marybeth Schroeder, reveals of Knowlt I-Ioheimer, played by Scott McKay, "in back of every soldier is a woman. 148 "You have to love life to live life," was one speech that is rep- resentative of all that Edgar Lee Masters was trying to say in Spoon River Anthology, present- ed by twenty-one students and di- rected by Mr. jerry Ziliak on Febr- uary 25, 26, 27, and 28. The pres- entation was unique in that eight musical interludes were inter- spersed throughout the epitaphs that highlighted mankind's simi- lar frailities, eccentricities, fail- ures, hopes, romances, and suc- cesses. Sixty-five men and women that Masters had known in Lewistown, Illinois were the basis of the epi- taphs that he created for these people. Each cast member por- trayed four or five characters and some were double casted to include more students in the play. An un- usual aspect of the play was that the characters from the grave were lively enough to square dance. "To love is to find your own soul through the soul of a beloved one," catches the play's meaning. Creativity ls Diversified ith Art nd Drama National Thespian Society is an international honorary fraternity at Arlington for s tuden ts who have worked extensively on the school's various dramatic produc- tions in their high school career. Entrance into the organization us- ually must involve working on a minimum of two different shows. It is always required that a stu- dent desiring to become a member of the National Thespians spend at least one hundred hours of work, which may include both work on stage or behind the scenes. Mr. Douglas Murphy was the sponsor of the AHS chapter, which is one of approximately three thousand. Art Club's officers this year were Marcy Flodin, presidentg Car- leen Loughran, vice-presidentg and Joyce Gilfillan, secretary- treasurer. To become a member, a prospective s t u d e n t submitted three original pieces of artwork, which were then judged by the sponsor, Mr. Michaelis, and the board. Activities included mak- ing novel -Christmas cards. ,V ini ART CLUB Susan Benoit, Joan Parish, Dave Schlott, Karen Daughtry, Mary Santelli, Lisa Maas. NATIONAL TH ESPIAN SOCIETY Front Row: Martin Haeger, Eve Lacker. Second Row: Mr. Murphy, Kerry Wetton, Kris Newquist. 149 7 Q . Boys Chorus + Hours f Work : eruor Cholr SENIOR CHOIR Front Row: Ken Folett, Denise Meuser, Kris Reeves, Sally Er- bach, Ron Burlingame, Joyce Kuenstler, Marty Waxstein. Sec- ond Row: Jan Dieters, Anna Pelland, Pam Patberg, Jean An- derson, Nancy Hess, Nancy Simon, Sue Palmatier, Meryl Lee Steele, Donna Thorsson, Sharon Wellhausen, Sue McNeal. Third Row: Leslie Skarra, Mike Ford, Jan Almblad, Donna Fournelle, Sue Whittier, Karen Ahnquist, Sharon Doyle, Terri Newsome, Rick Schulte, Nancy Bauler, Marcia Tinclall, Denise Steinman, , V , ,ri J Q il wi H U FRESHMAN BOYS CHORUS Front Row: Mark Larsen, Glenn Stout, Ron Ford, Terry Gray, Terry Botterrnan, Randy Hollinger. Second Row: Ron Brooks, Doug Pfau, Bruce Palmatier, Charles Carncross, Terry O'Brien. 150 Nancy Hauer, Nancy Vanek, Mel Smith. Fourth Row: Peggay Graham, Karen Weber, Barb Neckar, Laurel 'Wallner, Pam Teuchert, Debbie Leydig, Diane Rieder, Roger Latta, Lynette johnson, Truett Guthrey, .Ian Pawin, Roxanne Petrucci, Pam Johnson, Mike Musich. Fifth Row: Steve Wehmann, Dennis Steele, Randy Fischer, Mike Clarke, Bill Michalson, Mark Niemczyk, Rick Brownell, Bob Comer, Mike Rossi, Bob Bauer, Ken Lidge, Kurt Frantz, Doug Fuller. Randy Fischer gets paper cups to serve punch to Jennifer Dixon and Pauline Dority at the tea following the Christmas concert. Happiness is harmony to the many different groups at Arlington this year. The groups, under the direc- tion of Mr. Boyd White and Mr. Jerome Pugsley, have presented concerts both in and out of school and the community. More than sixty trained mixed voices have filled Room 260 during fourth hour each day this year. Senior Choir is directed by Mr. Jerome Pugsley and accompanied by Roxanne Petrucci. Senior Choir sang at South Junior High during the month of February for the eighth graders. They also sang at St. Peter's Lutheran Church to encourage their eighth graders to join Arlington's Music Department next year. Dur- ing the Christmas holidays the mixed voices of Sen- ior Choir were heard echoing through the domain of the Northwestern Train Station. They were also heard at Arlington High School on December twenty-third. Their president is Mel Smith and secretary is Pam Teuchert. Mixed Chorus is mainly composed of the mixed voices of the sophomore students who have displayed their musical talents at Arlington's seasonal concerts. They also performed in the mixed chorus section of the District 214 Festival. Mr. White and Mr. Pugsley both directed this group. Freshman Boy's Ensemble, directed by Mr. Pugs- ley had about twelve freshman boys in it. They have shown their talents at the concerts. Among the other musical groups at AHS are the Harmonettes which consisted of 14 girls. Their fre- quent performances have included singing at Union Oil, and at the International flower show. Accom- panying them was Ellen Olson. Their director, Mr. White, worked diligently with these girls each day. appiness In Harmon HARMONETTES I At piano: Ellen Olsen. Front Row: Marta Larson, Jan Parvm, Linda Westphal, Pam Hodges, Eve Lacker, Cathy Cushing, Linda Blocki, Karen Ahnquist. Second Row: Sandy Vogeler, Leslie Skarra, Pam Burkhardt, Barb Hudec, Mary Snyder, Linda Schoepke. K Q N a Q x X ' lx i .,', Q li 'A K. i W . l . E I r M M53 H MIXED CHORUS Front Row: Ginny Yee, Shelia McCarthy, Jody Borman, Cheryl Uselding, Debbie Bark, Mfencly Bloom, Linda Burda, Marilyn Wallner, Cindy Bunting. Second Row: Mary Joan Cole, Geoff .EIN r y Rieder, Terry Brown, Julie Berggren, Joyce Conway, Peggy An- derson, John Ramsey, Gary Leydig, Marianne Kinsley. Third Row: Bob McGarvey, Steve Smith, James Joyce, Torn Gray, Gregg Berry, Bob Walters. A H 1 151. GIRLS GLEE Front Row: Julie Hazucha, Chris Markstrom, Sue Liljegren, Wendy Franz, Nancy Reitmeyer, Sheree Gilbert, Barb McNeal, Renee Drolet. Second Row: Heather Dobbins, Ginger Lough- man, Angie Berry, Mary Newsome, Laurie Glander, Barb Thomas, Anne Woods. Third Row: Barb Pamp, Karen Stephens, Pam Curran, Chris Yonkers, Debbie Heicken, Sue Small, Barb Sherman, Pam Johnson, Fourth Row: Pauline Dority, Jennifer Dixon, Ruth Lindemann, Pat Erlander. . , A l J Choraliers, avocal group consisting of sixteen mix- ed voices, an accompaniest, and their director, Mr. Jerome Pugsley, helped to further the cause of music at Arlington again this year. The group sang at Homecoming Coronation, the Christmas Pops Concert at Arlington Park Towers, and on many pre-arranged engagements with their repetoire of light popular to serious secular music. The 1969-70 Choraliers went on a study tour in Europe which included stops in the cities of five countries, including Vienna, Salzburg, Florence, Einsiedln, Paris, and London. The trip lasted thirty-five days in late summer. Mr. Boyd White was the director of the Freshmen Girls Chorus and Girls' Glee. The first group met dur- ing first and second hours and sang at the spring and Christmas concerts. Their officers were Nancy Van Winkle, presidentg Barb Kendall, vice-presidentg and Linda Michalson, secretary-treasurer. Field trips to an opera and the Chicago Symphony and the Flower Show added to their year's experiences. Com- posed of sophomore and junior female voices, Girls' Glee performed at various school concerts, the Nike Base, Chicago and Northwestern Station, and Great Lakes Naval Hospital. In the spring they planned a special show featuring songs from Broadway. Glee officers for 1970-71 were Pauline Dority, president: Barb Pamp, secretary, and Sue Liljegren, treasurer. 1 L J 3-Fa. ,,.. 'M - 1 ' A-sell M FRESHMAN GIRLS' CHORUS Q . Front Row: Gina Pumpelly, Amy Winter, Terri Gormley, Cheri Cushing, Cindy Combs, Susan Wray, Lynn Egan, Terri Holley, Carol Vetter, Diane Beckmann, Donna Bender, Lisa Wells, Cathy Cook, Sue Schaefer, Sandy Vesecky. Second Row: Laurie Main, Diane Doppke, Janet Whittaker, Denise Davis, Karen Carns, Cindy Moore, Ellen Guenther, Linda Michalson, Peggy Rumatz, Sharon Stefanik, Carol Kounanis, Barb Kendall, 152 Kathy Windbi ler, Cindy Shannon, Cathy Cormier, Lori Mar- tin, Faye Maclgias, Babette Larson. Third Row: Lisa Hanson, Paulette Traina, Nancy VanWinkle, Sue Noerenberg, Carol Godwin, Kathy Mleko, Joanne Kuenstler, Nancy Vogts, Sue Gardner, Josie Kwiecinski, Joann Ninneman, Abby Anderson, Gail Thalman, Laurie Schott, Nancy Nicholson, Piera Maybee, Joan Pagliai, Judy Hartung, Mary Forsyth, Kim Kenyon. '1 1 , ' W :hiv ' .1 .gjif A gi 15 1 w ,, 5 A..- - 'wg --, :UA 1,5 'E ' ,ii H , LSL, w -,V ,--.,, . 1 J, , . - ,1 f , . , .- i V ' f4s'7 N ' . - 'Yi-ni A ' 4 x N ,Q X w- , Ju 1 ir g.LfX..f, :A I .t 4. f . , 12. e H ek M ffa.w 1m Q -A 'nw- : 1 V Q : gg' ,p--'1f ,Iii ,--L V -E .Tv .fl Y . '5-cj " 'EFT-.fkw 'V4 . - '-W5 5 1: 1l!.1..L.m A ,ur 1' :fr , ,. . Ni L F., . 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The French students also toured the Chicago Art Institute, had dinner at a French restaurant, and held their annual Christmas party. Members of Span- ish Club attended a Ballet Folklorico performance, visited Spanish and Mexican restaurants, and toured Mexican art exhibits. Mr. Riggs, the sponsor of Span- ish Club, and Miss Larrimore, the sponsor of French Club, worked together with the president of Spanish Club, Cathy Drazba, and French Club President Kris Rongner to make these and many other projects suc- cessful. This was German Club's first year. Organizing the club was the main concern. Meeting every first and third Wednesday, Mr. Gellert and German Club's President, Mary Heile, planned the year's program. Included in the German Club's projects was a bake sale, a flower day, and a party for new members. Understanding the Soviet Union today and study- ing Russian culture and history was the aim of Rus- sian Club. Although the club's membership was very small, Mr. Peter Babris, sponsor of the club, and Laurel Ewert, the President of Russian Club, plan- ned a busy schedule of activities. The club held a Russian style dinner and encouraged the studies of Russian culture in local Jr. High Schools. The Vice-President of Russian Club was Lida Kreidich. GERMAN CLUB Front Row: Paul Hageman, Mary Heile, Kathy Rindal, Sandy Gabler, Jean Dawson, Bill Tarchala. Second Row: Mr. Gellert, Anne Kunze, Karen Klein, Kristine Henson, Nancy Schell, Kathy Pearce, Bruce Palmatier, Renate Savich, Lori Kaufmann. Third Row: Karla Rindal, Joyce Conway, Richard Corbett, Bill Houseknecht, Bill Peter, Marianne Patterson, Jim Miksta, Mardi Hughes. FRENCH CLUB Front Row: Stacy Miller, Mary Thrasher, LeeAnn Davidheiser, Kris Rongner, Margart Heller, Vicki Dellacecca, I-Iolly Baird, Kathy Heller, Beth Friese. Second Row: Wendy Daly, Cindy Selan, Carol Regione, Jeanne Ebert, Tammy Behrens, Betsy Brogan, Sue Hanson, Kathy Kelly, Ellen Koch, Debbie Crocco. Third Row: Cathy Miller, Amy Parchmann, Kathy Keim, Janice Esterl, Sue Carter, Kelly Keim, Tammy Betters, Joanne Barker, Sue Caranci, Jan Benson, Debbie Nichols. Fourth Row: Nancy Kiley, Joan Hampton, Nancy DeWall, Carol Luker, Chris West- phal, Leslie Holmes, Barb Schaefer, Gail Smith, MaryLou Shan- ley, Pauline Dority. 155 Sohool Challenges Spring F un IRIX -+5 f , QI: fe iii' Mary Deger- and Sue johnson give last minute instructions fabovej to unseen crowd for the Hunger Hike. Miss Cobb frightj treats her class to a sunny day. ' px Jifsii k ' 11122155 1 aft if . , e- 1' - -. U 5 l , 1: flea -'-'tx . l 3 Students relax on the foyer steps Qabovej in warm, spring sun- shine. Baseball cornes to' the classroom in Acting 1 where 'three students frightj explicitly pantornine the story of Casey at bat. 156 1 High chievers Look head To FuturetCareers HOME-ECONOMICS CAREERS CLUB Front Row: Laura Wray, Nancy Rudin, Pat Stebbins, Ann Eells, Kala Haas, Judy Ostermann. Second Row: Cathy Drazba, Alice Spoerlein, Jan Herbst, Nancy Collins, Cindy Wagner, Joy Vandy, Diane Kelly. Third Row: Patti Stein, Kathy Hruby, Jan Benson, Mary Kay Ruff, Amy Parchmann, Gail Colianni, FUTURE TEACHERS OF AMERICA Front Row: Chris I-Ieile, Kathy Hrieby, Mary I-Ieile, Lee Ann Yelavich, Joyce Herrmann. Second Row: Sue Ruff, Pam Cream- er, Ginnie Yee, Lynne Carlstrom, Laura Wray. Third Row: Laurie Robinson, Sharon Hansen, Mary Kay Ruff, Amy Parch- mann. 158 With visions of Stethoscopes dancing in their heads, several members of Arlington's student body found companionship with other medical - career hopefuls by joining the Medical Careers Club. Mrs. M. Ford, R.N., who had sponsored similar medical clubs in the past, was this year's sponsor along with Mrs. D. Hammond. The club was available to Arlington students wishing to exchange information regarding careers in the medical field and to investigate available sources for training in this field. Interested students met once a month to fulfill its purpose. "To promote interest in home economics and to in- vestigate careers in that field" was the goal of this year's Home Economics Careers Club., The club, sponsored by Mrs. Marilyn Kane and Mrs. Nancy Post, Worked towards this goal by including speakers and demonstrations at their monthly meetings. In addi- field trips and a Christmas din- tion they planned ner. Guiding the future homemakers was president PatVStebbins, vice- president Nancy Rudin, secretary Amy Parchmann, and treasurer Jan Herbst. ' Future Teachers of America had another busy year observing grade school classes, and college classes. Officers were president Kathy Hruby, vice-president Mary Heile, sophomore secretary LeeAnn Yelavich. MEDICAL CAREERS CLUB Front Row: Linda Wilke, Charlene Rockett. Second Roto: Nancy Collins, Anna Pelland, Anita Weber, Joy Thomas. Third Row: Mary Ruff, Mrs. Ford, Shawn Schaerf. Fourth Row: Pam Johnson Judy Michalski, Denise Hauth, Marianne Patterson, Anne Kunze. ASTRONOMY CLUB Front Row: Jeanne Combs, Janice Esterl. Second Row: John Ludolph, Peter Harper, Karla Rindal, Mark Nlemczyk. Thmi Row: Mr. Strack. Fascination Found ln Astronomy Club, sponsored by Mr. Strack, managed to get off the ground this past year by having many star gazing parties on our school's gymnasium roof. The group led by Jeanne Combs, president, and Mark Niemczyk, secretary-treasurer, learned a great deal more about the sun, the moon, the planets, and the stars by looking at them through their twelve inch telescope. Planning the construction, for a permanent observatory on the school grounds is a long-range project that kept the astronomers very busy. Bridge Club's main purpose was to have fun while learning how to play the game. By not electing any officers, the group was very informal and friendly. The bridge players were instructed and aided by two teachers, Miss Harrod and Mrs. Stewart. They also were able to help the club's members learn useful, new tricks and strategies. By means of competition among the club's members, the popular game was made more challenging and interesting while the members learn- ed its basic rules and became better players. Feeding Arlington's computer with programs was a fun and intellectual activity of Math Club. Every two weeks this group, led by Roger Swanson, president, Frank Adams and Tom King, co-vice-presidents, and Richard Corbett, secretary, met to expand their know how in this field. The Club's goal, aided by Miss Rokop, Mr. Eitemiller, and Mr. Ulrich, was to make other students appreciate higher mathematics. L BRIDGE CLUB Front Row: Roger Swanson, Frank Adams, Marina Mueller, Chip Howes, Kevin Sheahen. Seecond Row: Richard G. Corbett, Charles Lambert, Mike Sheahen, Tom King, Steve Starr. tars, Spades And ines MATH CLUB Front Row: Miss Rokop, Richard Corbett, Roger Swanson, Frank Adams, Tom King, Mr. Ulrich. Second Row: Kevin Sheahen, Steve Starr, Mike Sheahen, Marina Mueller, Jim Mikgfa, 159 NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY Front Row: CynDee Kort, Leslie Skarra, Linda Schoepke, Kris Hillman, Sue Pace. Second Row: MaryBeth Schroeder, Nancee Dalley, Kris Klimek, Nit Nassaree, Kris Rongner, Jeanne Combs, Camera Buffs Zoom ln as I - -- 51 2 'lui if XA , AV AND CAMERA CLUB , , Front Row: Mr. Kavanaugh, Mrs. Semple, Brian Goedke, Eliot Morris, Roger Swan- son. Second Row: Bill Griesser, Chuck Spaeth, Bill Riess, Richard Cysewski, Dean Meyer. Third Row: juan Vasquez, Kurt Davis, Ray Herman, Ed Herman, Pat Dens- more, jeff Cress. 160 Connie Pickrell. Third Row: Tom King, Bob McDonald, John Brodnan, Tom Harris, Trevor Will, Tom Rowe, jan Cording. Fourth Row: john Koriath, Leslie Ferry, Liz Nowack, Frank Dye, Bruce Carlsen, Mel Smith, Jackie Danelli, Pat Koch. n rlin ton eholars Audio-Visual and Camera Club, led by its officers, Brian Goedke, president, and Eliot Morris, sec- retary-treasurer, gave a year of much appreciated service to the school. Mr. E. J. Kavanaugh was the director of the group, while Mrs. Audrey Semple served as the A-V office secretary. National Honor Society kept its pledge of scholarship, leadership, character, and service by meeting monthly and participating in ser- vice projects. Money for a new valedictorian plaque and engrav- ing was obtained by selling Arling- ton pennants and key chains and sponsoring an October Taffy Apple Day. Miss Cobb and Miss Frey, sponsors, Thomas King, president, Tom Rowe, vice-president, Connie Pickrell, secretary, and Elisabeth Nowack, treasurer, inspired the honorary group's initiation. ' 3 1-4.1"-s T' ,h,Q- A -.-.i..v5- 5 4-1 , -- .A .U ., I e A 4' lv kk: .., ri? 75 I P 'dl' J x . A ...- ' 4h ,WJ 'f mv, VW: ,M ,. .z,- H.- .v V SWPH 'Q 43- Y--yfasrii T ,f .T-1, ,Y . :'...:' Mfr - Mug ,, 1 -sf '49, L, ,A ' . 1 U 'J' ,L A J .--' A, 1-, A v .l 'FEW 5 J 1, -5 ' .- f 01:5 1 ' , .,L ai v .q' x . 1 I L Xfhxv' W Q ,Eg Y A .,,...-,..waggi.......... I w 1 ,nf , - mx , .!.. - 'vt'-1-,A-V. ' ' 12--4 2- 1 QNX M fa :- Q 3 ,V - 1-, -11' ..h . ,4 QS.-x JJ, A . 'iff' " F, ' X - . - 5 , - K v 4 in 1 gi-Uv,-eaxsgnfg-sa. -- ,ff-4-'aefrr,f,: 1 ' Ii - 7---r rv. , ---, ,JI I , --if' ,gm -1 3' '-ff rmfff-q,J':fX' J, K SS U 0 -A 1 . FT .3... yx ff ...fp Wh f fffl U M J 1 I f-I 1 f- In ,f"nff ' ' riffs" . 355 jr., Qggj . ' ij" :jf " ' f?F.JiH: 'S':,:-Tulum' es' .L f ,, 60' , 4- P ,L f f gl ,Sify 5 1 ' .fn . .mf D 'fry 'rw ' A gg. KU. nay' fl Q QiiIZ?,?15fg Y. '1 . M .4 V 1 f , , W ' V, ,rm Q' "Y A- ,lu?" 4 , 'LM mf-34g,',.f1' ' . 1 ' 'fi' ':15ifg,?f'JQfgqlvQ2i' 1, r Q? K V 5, X- gtg.:-4 -4. K ' 1 3'w-H:ff.f'4IiEr ., 1 5, w .p55u,4,.,..,! ,I I , 11-t,f1'm,1. - ' 1 ,,:1'.i'3"ZT2!Q' ' '. ',. ' "-'?'5'7' 7:2 l flpg,-,+:'::'.:Tf' . , . Qfmffeigzi- -'fn In ' .- ' ' ,':u. iffy ' -414' - .QI ,,1,.,, N ,k-1'fw+1,.1, 1 , 1 5 .I V XJ ' 'I , ., , X V1 , ,jg I N- -'Vi' , - ,J x ' ,fir 4 -wa. HS Was Alive ith Mllhe Sound f Music" i gg 1 Karen Kirkland, the Von Trapp Cl1llCl1'CI1YS nursemaid, helps them sing away their fears of the sudden thunderstorm with the song "The Little Goatherdf' The boys playfully form a cello as they sing along in unison, forgetting their earlier fright. Austria was the setting for the musical splendor of The Sound of Music which was brought to the Grace Gymnasium stage on May 15, and 16, 1970. Karen Kirkland played the errant postulant who entered the life of Captain Von Trapp, Daniel Renz, and his child- ren, Ken Lidge, Sue Palmatier, Tom Gray, Brad Upshaw, Tricia Woods, Kim Gugin, and Gretchen Rowarder. All of the happiness of the Rodgers and Hammerstein musical was recaptured as the cast sang such classics asg "Edel- weiss," "Do-Re-Mi," and "Climb Every Mountain." The entire musical was directed by Mr. Jerome Pugsley. Technical director was Mr. Thomas Friel. A 45 piece accompanying orchestra Was directed by Mr. Fred Schmoyer. Mary Tuomi and Roxanne Petruc- ci provided piano accompaniment. Dan Renz and Dick Rausch fleftj enjoy an engrossing conversation while sipping tea with their charming hostess Dee Rie- der during a scene from "The Sound of Music," as Mike Ford fabovej, towering high above Sue Pahnatier's head shrieks, "What is that green stuff in your hair?" 163 -i X QTQAQQ- 3, ,i ,'-, I X F -S,.,15 4135. , , ,,.. , . ,,. ' u 1 3 -:iw u 1 G ,. K 4 T 4. ,ni 3355 I ck '-Li' , 1 " . 4: N 'V EF' H 5 Y Q. sm", 5 im ,f W' . ,.1 ,-, ,.., HQ. " 1 il: ,ai - -.-. . J, . . A1 J-Y ia. W. - :zr ' 4, 'ff , ,I L Lys. Y L ... Q --. . ' "S-f' 5 , 'I "if 'll' I , UU 'f "Ba ,Lx Ex .Wg sb. , f,.,:: ,ri -wr ffm ' N fvszgggg , ,Z , Ln ff' ,M . 7va.L,-ig,.21g ' . v-,-,l V: ' Lx-eaiklf 5 3, . ., ,5...,.'1f1L-f", ,- Couples Anticipate oft Music, oft Lights, And oft Drinks Hoping to start a new tradition, the junior class presented this yearls prom as a dinner dance. Enthusiastic couples were served dinner at 7:00 P.M. the evening of Iune 5, 1970, at the spacious Ar- lington Park Towers. Music by the Sounds Inc. added to the romantic atmosphere. A Time For Us, which was chosen as the title for the final dance of the year, was played by the musicians immediately follow- ing the crowning of the queen. Arlington Park Towers proved to be a perfect place for the dance that everyone looked forward to as the last main event of the school year. The mild weather allowed the couples to enjoy the outdoor patios and gardens surrounding the building. The warm spring weather con- tinued throughout the after-the- prom festivities, organized by the parents. Buses left the school for Burlingshire, Wisconsin, where the couples were greeted with more food and dancing. After sunrise, there were water sports available. Mike D'Ange1o and Sue Reid fabovej share private Jokes in the midst of A Tune for Us." With a nautical air the couples fbelowj shove off on their sea going adventure f r ff. , 1 .. -P" 'f ,..W.L-g ,,,: C . 1 7 "'-" . . 5. I ,,.., - . 1 .Y w w- I H 1 4 -' ff, "7 f' sf V . 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U ntil into the wind to tetfte the .runfhintg of infnite creation. in unzque nuuncef of thought and hope Zlfndf reaching for the unknown, Hearts reaching for the touch of love ull wzrzentf melt together H RqJlucetl in the eternal hunel Ifriftinet Rongner 169 A Aagaard, Donna .T. C35 .. ....,. 135 Abel, Glenn L. C45 ........ 29, 108, 110 Absil, Karl C45 ........ 47, 132, 162 Abam, Jeffrey K. C45 .,., ........ 4 7 Ackerlund, Edwin J. C15 ..,..... 67 "A" CLUB ................................ 116 Adaminl, Karen R. C45 ........ 44. 141 Adamini, Mary .T. C25 ........ 60 Adams, Franklin T. C35 ........ 53, 144, 159, 162 Adams, John A. C25 ....... ..... 6 O ADDITNISTRATION ............ 14, 15 Ahnquist, Karen C45 ........ 29, 122, 142, 150, 151 Ahrens, Heidi C15 .... .... .... 6 7 Aldrich, Laurie A. C15 ...,.... 67, 154 Aldrich, Sheila C15 ..............,..... 71 Aleshire, Tania, A. C25 ........ 60 Alexander, William C35 ........ 53 Allen, Stephen R. C15 ----.... 67, 77 Alm, Lynda .T. C45 .....,....,..... 29 Almblad, Janet C45 .... 44, 47, 150 Almdale, James C. C25 ............ 60 Clausing, Robert A. C15 ........ Almdale, Jeffery C. C25 ........ 60 Almdale, Joan C45 .................... 29 Alterlni, Gail M. C25 ........ 60, 154: Amann, Catherine M. C15 ........ 67 Amato, Andrea L. C35 ............ 53 Andersen, Donald J. C25 .... 60, 81, 132 Andersen, Donna J. C15 . ........... 67 Anderson, Abby C15 ........ 66, 67, 152 Anderson, Carol .T. C25 ........ 60 Anderson, Janet L. C35 .... .... 53 Anderson, Jean M. C35 ..,. 53, Anderson, Jim R. C35 . ....... 53, 110 Anderson, Keith R. C45 .... 29, 83, 116, 142, 143 Anderson, Patrick J. C45 ............ 47 Anderson, Peter D. C35 ........ 53, 90, 92, 136, 14.6 Anderson, Rachel M. C25 .,.. 60, 133, 151 Andresen, Jeanne M. C25 ........ 60 Anclresen, Sue C35 ...... ...... .... 5 3 , S8 Andrew, Gregory D. C25 ............ 98 Angeloff, Linda M. C45 29. 87, 117, 118, 119, 133 Annen, Craig N. C45 ...,........ 29 Annett, Robert C35 ........ 53. 103 Armstrong, James M. C15 -----'-- 57 Arnold, Thomas R. C25 ........ 60 Arnoux, Kimberly C. C25 ........ 60 Aronson, Carole J.C35 .... L. ...... 53 ART CLUB .... . .... ....................... 1 49 Ashley, Debra C31 ..............., 53, 135 Aspin, Craig R. C23 -' --.----------- 60 ASTRONORIY CLUB ......-...------ 159 Atwater, Mark A. C35 -----4-- 53 Auge, David E. C21 ........ 60, 77. 85. 142 A. V. CABIERABCLUB ........ 160 Bach, Kathleen C45 ....... ......... 4 4 Bach, Sfteve R. C35 .................... 53 Bade, Michael S. C15 -'.- 57, 81 Baird, Holly E. C15 67, 155 Baker, Anna.Marie C15 .....---- 57 Baker, Deborah L. C15 -.-- 67, 95 Baker, Jeffrey A. C31 ..,..,.. 52. 53 Baker, Michael W- C25 -,,.--.- 50 Bakowski, Edwin C. C45 .... 29 Baldlni, Robert C. f15 .....,.. 67 Ballack, Norreen J. C15 .... 67. 72 Ballack, Norman J. C15 ---- 67. 77 Ballack, Roberta C45 ----,.------ 29 Ballou, Karol L. C25 --.- .- 60 BAND .................... . .... .....--- - 142 Banta, Charles D. C45 -- 29 Bari, Susan E. C15 ----------- ------------- 5 7 Bark, Dave A. C35 .---.---------- '--- - 53 Bark, Deborah L. C25 .--. 60. 151 Barker, Joanne M. C31 ---- 53, 155 Barker, Nancy A. C25 .---.----- 4- 60 Barkulis, Cathryn A- C25 -------- 60 Barkulis, Susan C15 ............. ---- 6 7 Barna, Ann M. C21 ------- ------ 6 0 Barna, Esther L- C45 --------------- - 44 Barnett, Scott A. C35 .... 80, 81 Barody, Margaret C45 ------------ 29 Baron, Debra C15 ----------- ---A--- 6 7 Barrett, Deborah C43 ------ ---- 2 9 Barrett, Eileen C25 ------- 53 Barrett, James J. C25 ---------------- 50 Barrett, Rhonda M. C31 -------- 53 Barrett, Stephen T. C15 .------- 67. 99 Barron, , Kay M- C13 ---- ------------ 6 7 Barry, Margaret J. C25 ---- 60, Barry, Patrick C45 --------------- --------- 2 Q Bartik, Kathleen Ann C45 44, 130 Bartolone, Steven A. C15 67. 96, 98, 99 Barton, Cynthia. G. C45 -------- 29 Barton, Kathleen K. C15 ........ 67 Baschleben, JoAnn C45 ---- ---- 2 9 BASEBALL ....................... -... 101-110 170 Index BASKETBALL ....... ............. 8 3-86 Baskett, Mark A. C45 ....... . 29, 134 Bauer, Debra D. C25 ........ 60, 118, 131, 142, 154 Bauer, Robert S. C35 .... 53, 142, 150 Bauler, Nancy T. C45 .... 44, 47, 150 Baumgartner, Nancy C45 .... 29, 124, 125, 136 Bauske, Brent C15 .................... 67 Bauske, Brooks W. C45 ................ 29 Bayert, Nancy J. C45 .... .... 2 9 Bays, Dawn M. C25 ..... ........ 6 0 Bayulz, David C15 ........,....... 67, 72 Bayuk, Karen L. C35 ............ 53 Bebber, Thomas W. C45 .. ...... 29 Becker, Donald C45 ,.,.,,.............. 29 Beckman, Barb J. C45 ........ 29, 134 Beckman, Gordon W. C35 53 Beckmann, Diane E. C15 .... .6-C,--152 Bratko, Deborah L. C15 Brauer, Jeffrey D. C25 . ...... I WE5, Braunsreuter, H. Gary C35 .... Bremer, Penny M. C35 Brennan, Thomas P. C45 BRIDGE CLUB ............ ,,.- ....., . Brlnckman, Randall W. C15 .... Brink, John D. C15 ..... . ...... Broadfoot, James M. C45 Broadfoot, Janet E. C21 67 81 53 53 30 159 67, 77 67 30 60 Bednarz, Carol J. C45 ........ 29, 117 Behn, Evelyn I. C15 ................ 67 Behrens, Tammy A. C15 ........ 67, 155 Behrle, Diane L. C45 ............ 29 Beiro, Fernando R. C15 ............ 67 Bell, Cynthia C45 .......... . ......... 29 Bell, Debra J. C35 ....... - ...... ..... 5 3 Bellino, Marianne C25 ............ 60 Bellito, Linda. A. C15 ............ 67 Bellter, Maryanne C15 ........ 67, 72, 154 Bender, Donna E. C15 ........ 67, 152 Benoit, Elizabeth A. C15 ....... . .... 67 Benoit, Susan L. C25 ........ 60, 149 Benson, Janet A. C35 .... 53, 140, 155, 158 Benson, Michael J. C15 ..... 67 Bereshelm, John C. C35 .... 53, 142, 143, 146 Berger, Bruce R. C15 ........ 67, 86 Berggren, .Tulle K. C25 ........ 60, 151 Bergstrom, Leonard C25 60, 110, 136, 142 Bergstrom, Martha .T. C15 .... 66, 67 Berry, Angela J. C35 .... 53, 142, 152 Berry, Gregory W. C25 .... 60, 151 Bertz, David J. C25 .................... 81 Batters, Douglas L. C15 ........ 77, 86, 142 Batters, Tamara J. C25 ........ 59, 60. 155 Bialkowski, Kim T. C35 ..,..... 53 Bleber, George F. C45 29 Bleber, John F. C25 ..... .... 6 0 Bleber, Marian C15 ......... .... 6 7 Bierma, Thomas J. C25 ........ 596 6 Billlcli, Stanley R. C15 ...... .. 67 Bird, Carolann M. C45 .... 29. 135 Bird, John M. C25 ............... . 60, 81 Bird, William D. C25 ............ 60 Blrong, Diane M. C25 .......... ...... 6 0 Bittner, Bruce M. C45 -.------ 29, 74: Bittner, Scotll. C. C15 ........ 67, 77, 93 Blackberg, Kathy A. C25 59, 604 15 Blair, John G. C35 .................... 53 Blakeman, Richard C. C35 . ....... 53 Block, Steven C15 ........................ 67 Blocki, Linda J. C45 -... 44 151 Blocki, William G. C25 ........ 60 Carlson, Steven C15 ...... . ......... 67, '77 Carlstrom, Lynne M. C15 .... 67, 158 Carmean, Colleen M. C25 60, 131 Carncross, Charles E. C15 .... 67, 150 Carncross, Steven C45 ,,,..,,. 47, 132 Car-ns, Karen L. C15 . ....... 67, 152 Carpenter, David P. C25 ............ 60 Carpenter, Edward F. C35 ........ 75 Carpenter, Kathleen C45 ., ....,, 31 Carroll, Thomas L. C45 .... 31, 74, 110, 116 67, Carstens, Chris N. C15 ..,. 104 Carstens, Paula D. C45 .... 44, 100, 146 Carter. Frank C45 ........ ............ 3 1 Carter, Suzanne M. C25 .... 60, Casavant, Howard E. C45 .... 87. 155 31 88 Cassidy, Carmel J. C25 .... 60, CaSSidY. Sally A- C35 .... 53, 88, 89 Catlin, Susan C25 -,W .-,,-,..,- km 50 Catlin. Virginia M. C35 .... 53, , 79. 136 Cerwln. Mary L- C25 ....... -... 60, 118 Chambers, Don W. C35 .... 53, 74, 110 Chapman, John H. C35 ..., 90, 93 C119-DS. N3-IICY A- C15 ....... ..... 67 Cha-1'1a!1l'1. Anne C35 ..... .......... . 53 Chase, Jeffrey P. C35 ,... 53, 75, 110 Chase, Steven S. C45 .... 31, 74, 123, 129 CHEERLEADING ............ 78, '19 CHEMISTRY CLUB ..... ........ 1 02 CHESS CLUB ..... ............... ..... 162 Chiames, Karen L. C15 ....... ,.. 67 Chidley, Mark A. C35 56, 90 Chin. Eddie C45 ., ...................... 31 Chiodini, Christine C15 ..,,..,,..,, 67 CIIORALIERS . .......... ..................... 1 53 Christensen, Alan B. C15 .... 67 Christensen, Mary A. C25 .... 60, 131 CHRISTMAS BALL ........ 146, 147 Church, Virginia. A. C15 .,.,.....,,, 67 Ciszonl Roger C. C25 .... .... .... 6 0 Clarbour, Leeanue C25 ,,,, ,,,,, , H 60 C16-Pk. Brent C15 ........ 67. 77, 93 Clark, Bruce T. C45 ,,,,.,, ,,,,,,, A , 44 Clark, Candace L. C45 ........ 31 Clark, James E. C25 ......... .... 6 0 Clark, Suzanne L. C15 ............ 67 Clark, Michael J. C41 ........ 31, 150, 153 Clarkson, Cheryl L. C45 ....,... 44 Clarkson, Melanie A. C15 .... 67 Clausing, Richard V. C25 .... 60, 77 Clemans, Broderick, Gary R. C15 .... 67, 77, S6 Broderick, Janet L. C45 .... 30, 87, 117, 118, 119 Brodnan, John M. C45 .... 30, 50, 83, 85, 108, 109, 110, 160, 164 Brogan, Betsy A. C25 ......,,.... 60, 155 Brogdon, Stephen N. C45 .... 30, 96, 97 Bronwell, Cynthia L. C35 .... 53 Bronwell, Rick W. C35 .... 84, 150 Brooks, Ronald D. C15 ........ 67 Brooks, Roy C. C45 ................ 30 Brousseau, Nancy A. C35 .... 53 Brown, Barbara A. C25 ........ 60 Brown, Barry W. C25 ............ 98 Brown, Dixie D. C15 ................ 67 Brown, Gail A. C45 ........ 30, 134 Brown, Gary R. C15 ..... ........,.. 6 7 Brown, James W. C35 ........ 53, 75 Brown, Nicholas K. C25 ........ 60 Brown, Raymond C. C15 ........ 67 Brown, Rebecca S. C45 .... 30, 127 Brown, Susan K. C35 ........... -... 53 Brown, Terry A. C25 ........ 60, 151 Bruhnke, Dawn E. C25 ........ 60, 65 Bruhnke, Scott R. C45 . ........... 30 Brun, Steven N. C15 ..... ..... ..... . 67 Brunker, Maureen H. C25 .... G0 Buckingham, Christine C25 .... 60 Buckingham, Lynn M. C45 .... 30 137 Buckingham, Thomas A. C45 .... 30, 137 Budzeika., Karen A. C15 .... 67, 130 Bukowski, Patricia C45 .... 30, 44, 88, 122, 136 Bunn, Debra C45 ............ 30, 118, 119 Bunn, Robert R. C25 ........ 60, 85 Bunnelle, William H. C25 ........ 60 Bunting, Cynthia A. C25 .... 60, 136, 151 Burch, Beverly C35 .... 53, 87, 154 Burch, Laura A. C15 ............ 67 Burda, Linda M. C25 .... 60, 151 Burger, David C35 ..................... 53 Burger, James R. C15 ............ 67, 77 Burger, Linnea C45 ........ 30, 87 Burke, Catherine E. C35 .. ...... 53 Burke, Michael V. C45 .... 44, 132, 162 Burke, Penelope C45 ............ 30, 135 Burkett, Candace C25 ...- ...... . 60 Burkhardt, Chris D. C15 ........ 67 Burkhardt, John A. C25 .... 60, 77, 110 Burkhardt, Mary .To C45 ...... .. 30 Burkhardt. Pamela J. C35 .... 53, 87, 151 Burkhardt, Suzanne C35 .. ..... . 53 Burllng, Jeff A. C35 ............ .... 1 03 Burlingame, Beth A. C15 - ...... 67 Burlingame, Betty J. C15 ........ 67 Burlingame, Carol A. C25 ........ 60 Burlingame, Ron T. C35 .... 53, 150 Burmeister, Greg A. C15 .... 67, 151 Burns, Patricia. A. C15 ......... .... 6 7 Burns, William J. C15 ,,,,,,., 67 Cleveland, Jeff S. C15 .... Cleveland, Mike P. C35 74 83 67 Richard L. C25 .... 60, 77 Clemmons, Karla A. C45 ........ 31 67, . , 84, 86, Cochran, William A. C45 ........ Cocker, Catherine M. C15 Coddington, Denise L. C15 Cohan, Brian J. C25 ........ 66:1 Cohan, Steve C25 ...,..... ....... . .- Colamattoe, Theresa C25 ........ Cole, 'Mary Joan C25 ...,..,,.,,,.... 77 53, 116 31 67 67 110 77 60 151 Coleman, Colleen M. C25 ............ 60 Coleman, Patricia J. C15 ........ 67 Colianni, Albert J. C35 ............ 53 Blomquist, Robert D. C25 .... 604 11 Bloom, Cheryl L. C35 .... 53, 88 Bloom, Wendy S. C25 ............ 151 Bloss, Diane M. C45 ..1 ............. 30 Blount, Kevin C15 ................ 67, 93 Blum, Marshall K. C45 ............ 30 Blum, Robert C. C45 ............ 30 Boeck, Bruce E. C25 ..... ....... 131 Boehler, Michael L. C15 ......., 67 Bohn, Laureen M. C25 .... 59, 60 Bohn, Steve C45 .................... 30 Boice, Bradford A. C45 30 Boldan, Mary Louise C25 .... 60, 140 Bolduc, Carol C15 ......--.-.---.. 67 Bolduc, Gail H. C45 .... 28. 30. 43 Borgelt, James R. C25 ---- 60, 131 Berman, Jody M. C25 ,,., 60. 151 Bosshart, Jennifer C15 ............ 67 Bossung, Larry A. C45 .... 30, 96 Botterman, Terrence C15 77, 150 Bouffard, .Teannin B. C15 .... 67. 154 Boulos, Gary A. C45 .....----------. 30 Bowen, Peter C. C15 ........ 67, 77 Boyles, Donna. S. C35 .... 53, Bradley, Jana L. C15 .....-.------. .- 67 Brady, Brady, Bragg, Brandt, Brask, Brask, Braztko, Kelley Susan C25 Timothy S. C15 .... 67. Barbara J. C15 Richard C45 David A. C45 Kenneth C15 ..... --A-. Darryl C15 ..... .. ..... 60 77, 93 . ........... 67 30 30, 103 67 . .... 67 Burt, Donna. L. C15 ................ 67 Busby, Arthur J'. C15 ........ 67, 77 Bussart, Kathleen A. C15 ........ 67 Butow, Linda L. C25 ............ 60 Byrne, Brian M. C15 .... 67, 142, 143 C Cadle, Kevin R. C45 --.,..-.--.- 30 Cahill, Lori L. C45 ........ 44, 100 Calderone, Paul J. C15 .... 67, 133 Callahan, Michael J. C15 ..,,.,,. 67 Carnastro, Donnajo T. C45 .... 30 Campbell, Karthy A. C45 .... 30, 117, 118, 119, 141 Campbell, Richard C15 ............ 67 cannon, Bill C15 ........................ 77 Caplinger, Gary W. C35 ...-------...--- 53 Caplinger, Jeffrey G. C25 ........ 60 Caranci, Susan M. C35 .... 53. 57, 142, 155 CARDETTES ., ..... .............. 9 41 95 CARDINAL ....................... . 140, 141 Cardinell, Candice E. C35 ---. 53 Carl, Linda S. C35 ................ 53 Carlsen, Bruce G. C45 ........ 31, 90. 132, 136, 142, 160 Carlsen, Philip B. C35 .... 53, 132, 142, 162 Carlson, Mark R. C33 ------- 53. 75 Coliannl, Gail S. C25 ........ 60, 154, 158 Collins, Deborah .T. C15 ........,... 67 Collins, Nancy E. C35 ......., 53, 158 Collins, Susan J. C35 .... 53, 79, 128 Colloton, James E. C15 ., ...... 67, S6 Colson, Carla. C45 ............. ........ 3 1 Colson, Cheryl L. C35 ............ 53 Combs, Cralg C35 ........ 96, 98, 142, 143 Combs, Cynthia A. C15 .... 66, 67, 152 Combs, Jeanne C45 .... 31, 142, 143, 159, 160 Comer, Robert A. C35 .... 53, 75, 150 Comly, Susan J. C25 .... 59. 60 Condon, Nancy C. C25 .... 60, 154 Conklin, Robert S. C25 .... 60, 130, 132 Conley, Cindy C35 .................... 53 Conn, David A. C15 ........ 67, 77 Connor, Cathy V. C25 .........,. . 60 Connor, Sharon K. C45 ..... 44, 135 Connor, Sharon M. C15 ........ 67 Conrad, Alan K. C35 .... 53, 96, 142, 143, 154 Conroy, Susan C45 . ..... . ..... 44, 135 Constantine, Frank C35 .... 53, Conti, Barbara A. C35 .... 53, 94. 95 Conti, Suzanne C25 ............ 60, 88 Fitch Ed 113 Cook Cook Cook Cook Cook Cook Cook Cook Conway Joyce 113 60 31 151 153 Alan Pxehard 'F Calthy J' J Karen L 13 Mary Nancy R Stephen W 133 Tunothy R 133 Tom C13 C00lxS Cooper Cooper Corbett Cordmg Cordmg Celeste P 113 Sltex en .T 133 LP xchard G 13? Barbara 123 Janet 143 Corfman Dale 123 Cormier Cathleen A C13 CORONETS Corrado Frank R 133 Corts Caryn 143 Cournoyer B111 H 133 Courvolsler Gerald 133 Craig Danlel L 143 Cralg Paul A 113 Creamer Pamela 123 Cress Jeff J 113 Crxspin Crocco Cromn C1 onm CROSS Brlan C C13 Deborah L Mary Lee 133 42 1'n5 1 0 8 Thomas N 0 COUIN TRY Cryer Catherme 143 Csepp Kathleen 143 5 'J 1 142 10 1 2 152 4 158 082 Csepp M1chaelT 113 T Cullen Deborah 143 Cunningham Danlel 123 77 B5 Cunmngl-lam Nancy E 113 113, 119 Cunnmgharn Peggy 143 Cupldro, Linda. A C33 Curran Pamela S 123 Cushxng Cathay 143 Cushing Cherl I C13 CUBTODIANS Cuzzolt Douglas J 113 CYSSWSKI Mary Jo 123 Cysewslu Richard J Czerney Lynne 143 Dabbert Patrxcaa C23 1 110 1:72 1 152 v 160 1 Dalbke Carol C 133 Martha C 143 143 Dal Compo Frank 143 0 Dal Compo Tom S 133 Depevs , Catherine C13 Depew, James C43 Desrmone, Donald C43 Detwezler Jeanne C23 Devernm, William C13 75 80 Devhn Margaret 11? 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A 143 Flores Margaret 113 Flubacker Robert 113 Fluhrer, Harold 113 Fluhrer Janet A 133 Follett Ken 133 FOOTBALL Forch Nancy A 133 Douglas W 123 Michael D 143 Ford P01 d Ford Ford Ford Michael Lee 143 Ph Ilzs J' 133 Ronald 113 Foreman Dennis C 143 155, 159 60, '77 110 77 142 .J3 54 68 86 60 110 19 26 3 1 68 104 1 47 60 3 53 88 39 160 32 53 1 11 149 154 150 1 3 12 11 5 74 '17 53 141 33 142 1 0 5 1 142 11 129 Geiser, Becky L 143 Gelssmger, Jeri B 143 Genevlch, Roy 143 , Genisio, Dlane L 143 Gerfy, Deborah L 123 Gerler, Lmda C Gerleve Paula. J 113 GERMAN BAND GERMAN CLUB Gerts Carla 113 Geyer, Wayne B 193 Gmbadlo, Mary 113 Glbbel Greg S 143 Glbbel, John A 133 Glbler Nora Lee M 123 Gllbert Sheree L 123 Grlfxllan, Joyce 143 33 88 3 74 90 128 44, 87 154 5 1 3 14 112 5 13 Gllflllan Tom 113 68, Glllcn Ellzabeth A 143 Glllen, Marilyn M 133 Glllxg Mike Lee 133 Gilmore Ann M 133 53 117 Gxmbl Elmvabeth A 1"3 118 119 GIRLS' AEHLETIC ASSOCIA LION GIRLS' GLEE G1vens Jan 113 Glvens Robert R 123 A 152 6 Glader Gary 113 68 77 Glancler Jean E 143 Glander L-Lune S 123 Glaser Conme K 143 Foreman Forsyth Pat 113 Mary 113 152 Fournelle Fournelle Don 113 Donna L 143 Foy Slteve 113 Foy Eclvsard 133 Frahnger Frank C17 Franclsco Mary 113 Flanclslcovich Bob 113 Frank, Roger R 143 Flankovlc Steven J 123 Franks Pamela M 143 lrantz S Kurt 143 142 150 Frantz Wendy E 123 Franzen Kathy 113 Freas, Chris 113 lfxeeman Ga1lP 143 Freeman Paul 113 FRENCH CLUB 150 1 15 152 1 134 1 5 FRESHINIAN BOYS' ENSEMBLE FKFSIDIAN CLASS BOARD 10 IRESHMAN GIRLS' CHORUS 15" Trleburg Michael E 133 Frlese Beth M 133 0 , FFISDIC Ellen M 133 Frlsble Paul 113 4I'lSCllll'ldI1I'1 Desxree 133 Frossard Jean C 143 fuchs Pamela K 123 Fuller Douglas J 143 1 U 155 1 Glaser James K 143 Glassxe Pam 113 Glassner, Donna L 133 Gliovt Paula 113 68, 133 142 Gllsson Tun R 123 Glomskz Deborah 143 , Gl0I1'lSlil Dlane 113 Glueckert James L 123 Gobel Greg 113 Godwm Carol 113 8 Godzicki, Jan 113 GDdZlCkl Lama J 133 Godzxclu Raymond P 143 Goebbert Suzanne 143 GoedkeBr1an R 143 D Goers Golbeck Golbeck Golbeck GOLF Goodlng, Gorman Gormley Pormley on 113 Bernarcl J 143 Franz J 133 John L 123 Anne K 133 'fheresa 113 GRADUATIOY 152 1 4 1214 1 4 12 134 1 0 Donald 'r 133 Graf Marta 143 Graff Susan M 113 Graham Michael J 143 Graham Peggay J' 143 140 152 124 125 Grandi: Craig R 133 Grandt William R 133 Granowslm Sharon A 113 Grashorn Ann C 143 Grashorn Davrd W 133 Grassmuck Sandra M 123 150 10 Gray Earl T 123 61, 136 151 Gray. LYHH A C43 34 51 138, 139 Gray Terrence 113 68 86 Green James E 113 Grewe Douglas W 123 Griesser Wilham 113 Grlfflth Elizabeth 143 Griffith John W 123 Grlzzell Kenneth .T 123 Grob Davzd 113 Grob, Patrlcla E 133 Grub Peggy A 143 Gram John A 143 Gronlund Gary E 123 Grossnickle John W 113 Grote Debbie K 113 Guenther Ellen M 113 Guentner Natalie T 123 1 15 164 1 O 1 110 42 152 ggleston Jeff 143 'gglesvton Steve 113 6 6 isenhuth Guy 113 68 77, 86 Elenz Mark Alan 143 Ellrsek Thomas L 123 'P 143 154 Ellmgson Beth 113 66 68 Ellis Mlke T 143 Elsberg Gene G 143 32 107 108 110 Elsner Richard C 143 74 83 Elwart Steven P 143 , 142 143 Enright Peggy M 123 EYVIRONMENTAL COORDI 116 54 Furlong Furlong 1 urlong Furman Furman Furman, FUTURE Gexldlne 113 Julie C13 Nia J 143 Mxcheal 143 Maureen 113 Nora 133 TEACHFRS Gaare Brlan K 123 Gabler, John C 143 Gabler Sandra J 123 Gabrlelsen Mary E 123 Gackle Steve 113 Galdonl Lynn 133 Garasha Tad 113 133 1 8 110 33, 74 5 122 NATIIN G COBIMITTDE Erbmch Jan113 68 133 Erbach Sally A 143 Erd Diane 143 4 rfort, Richard 113 Erickson Lisa M 3 1 3 Erlander Pat 113 3 Ernst, John James 143 , 9 142 0 152 141 Gardner Sue 113 Garland Karen S 143 Garms Michael A 143 Gates Claire 113 68 118 Gavin Elizabeth M 113 Gearhart Donna 113 Gerrtz John 113 Gehrig Steve 113 68, 59 144 119 130 77 Gunfou G E 143 Gl1llf0ll, Guxlfoil, Gundry Gundry Gund! y, Gunther Gumhrey, Guthrey Patrlck M 123 Tlmohhy .T 113 Donna J 113 Jane E 133 Paul W 143 Ellen 123 Raymond 133 Truett 143 GYDINASTICS Haas Haas Haas Michael A 113 Michaela J 113 Teresa K 123 Hacker, Paul W 113 Haeger Tanef L 123 Haeger Mantha 143 164 0 4 3 00 153 96 99 68 154 158 61 S8 1 0 123 140 171 Haeger, Martin A. 143 .... 34, 121, 131, 136, 137, 149 Hageman, Holly 143 ................ 34 Hageman, Paul H. 113 .... 68, 155 Hagy, Mark 113 .................. .... 7 7 Hagy. S. Scott 143 .... 34 Hahn. Daniel F. 133 .................... 112 Hahn, Fredrick WL 113 ........ 68 Hahn, Mary J. 123 .... 61, 88 Hails, Marybeth 113 ................ 68 Haldeman, Carol J. 123 .... 61, 88, 136 Haldeman, Edward J. 143 .... 34, 124, 136 I-Ialsall, Dale SI. 123 ,,...,.,.,,,,,,,,,,..... 61 Hamilton, Eric R. 143 .... 34, 136 Hamley, Jerry R. 143 ..,...,......... 34 Hammock, Cathy A. 123 ............ 61 Hammond, Donald E. 123 .... 61, 85 Hammond, Laura A. 113 .... 66, 68, 79, 142 Hampton, Joan M. 123 .... 59, 61, 155 Hansen, Holly B. 133 ,...,,,,.... 53 Hansen, Mary Ellen 123 ,,,,.,,. 61 Hansen, Rex B. 123 ......., 103, 133 Hansen, Sally 133 . ,,...,,,.,.....,,,..,,, 54 Hansen, Sherron 143 ......, 1... 34, 158 Hansen, Wendy S. 123 61, 78 Hanson, Gerald M. 123 .... .... 6 1 Hanson, Karen E. 123 ............ 61 Hanson, Lisa. E. 113 ..,. 68, 152 Hanson, Paul J. 143 .... 34, 80, 81 Hanson, Richard 143 ................ 47 Hanson Susan G. 123 .... 61, 64, 155 Harden, Sue Ann 143 .... 34, 100 Harms, Stephen W. 133 ............ 54 HARRIONETTES ...............,....,... 151 Harner, Jeffrey W. 113 .... 68, 77. 133 Harper, Peter G. 123 .... 61, 159 Harris, Randy VV. 113 .... . ........... 68 Harris, Peggy Ellen 143 .... 45, 135 Harris, Stephen D. 123 ........ 61 Harris. Thomas A. 143 .... 34, 74, 83, 116, 121, 124, 160 Harris, William A. 123 .... 61, 77 Hartig, Michael J. 143 ........ 47, 134 Harth, Nancy L. 143 .... 45, 135 Harth. J. Peter 143 .... 34, 74, 90, 93 Harth, Robert A. 123 .... 77, 110 Hartman, David E. 123 .... 61, 103. 112, 143 Hartnett, Thomas J. 123 ............ 61 Hartung, Judith M. 113 .... 68, 152 Harvey, Debra L. 123 .... 61, 117, 119 Haseman, Jeffrey T. 113 .... 68, 104, 142 Haseman, Michael 113 .... 68, 93 Haseman, Nell L. 123 .... 61, 81 Hathaway, Judith 113 . ........... 68 Hathaway, Mary C. 123 ........ 61 Hathaway, Nancy L. 143 ........ 34 Hauer, James L. 13 .... 54, 80, 142 Hauer, Nancy A. 143 .... 34, 150, 153 Hauptly, Gregg R. 123 ........ 61, 77. 110 Hauth. Denise D. 143 ..,..... 34, 158 Hawthorne, Carla A. 113 ....,... 68 Hazletit, Susan L. 113 ........ 68 Hazucha, Julie A. 123 .... 61, 131, 152 Hackman, Cynthia 143 ........ 34 Heffernan, James 133 ................ 54 Hefner, Ron 113 .... 68, 104, 133 Heicken, Deborah L. 133 ........ 54, 140, 152 Heiden, Cheryl A. 113 ...,........ 68 Heidenson, Raymond F. 123 ...., 61. 90,' 110 Heidenson, Steven W. 143 ........ 34 HEIGHTS ....,....................... 138. 139 Heile, Christine L. 113 .... 68, 142, 158 Heile, Mary 133 ............ 54, 155, 158 Heinz, David M. 123 ............ 61 Heinz, Mark P. 113 ............ 68 Heise, Gordon W. 143 ---- 47. 112 Heise, Wayne G. 123 .... 61, 77, 110 Heitbrlnk, Bruce T. 113 .... 68 , 86 Heitbrink, James T. 133 .... 54, 110 133 54, 75 Heitz, John M. .... Heizer, Margie M. 123 61, 142, 143, 154 Heller, Kathryn K. 113 . ....... 68 Heller, Margaret J. 133 .... 54, 155 Heller, Stephen B. 123 61. 103 Heller, William E. 133 .... 54, 96 Hemphill, Blaine W. 143 .... 34, 129 Hemphill, Sandra Jo 123 .... 61, 88 Hendricks, Peter M. 123 Jacobs, Jacobs, Jacobsen, Wendy 113 Laura 113 ................ Peter A. 143 66, 68 47, 134 Jacobsen, Scobt J. 133 ....... .... .. 54 Jacqmin, Mary L. 143 47. 141 Jarm, Thomas M. 133 .... 54, 80, 81 Jarocki, Lydia M. 143 .... 35, 135 Jasnoch, John R. 143 ................ 35 Jasper, Martha 143 .... 35, 164, 166. 167 Jaster, Jeffery J. 143 .... 35, 135 Jauch, Keith E. 113 .... 68, 81, 162 JAZZ BAND ............................,... 143 Jenkins, David R. 123 ....... . 61, 81 Jenkins, James R. 113 ................ 68 Jenkins, Jeannine 113 ...... .......... 6 8 Jenkins, Jin. 113 ,,,,..,.,,,.,... 77, ss Jenkins, Vicki E. 113 ................ 68 Jenkins, Wendy A. 133 ............ 54 Jensen, Jeffery L. 143 ............ 45 Jernberg, Carol S. 133 ....,... 54, 136 158 Herchline, J. Charles 133 ........ 96 Herdrlch, Cynthia 123 ................ 61 Herman, Edward J. 123 ............ 160 Herman, Joann J. 113 .... 68, 158 Herman, Raymond C. 123 .... 61, 98, 160 H9Il'lCli, Donald E. 123 .... 61, 103. 112 Herrmann, Joyce A. 133 ........ 54 Herrmann, Kennefth SI. 123 .... 61 Herson, Thomas 113 .,.,..,,...,.... 93 Hess, Nancy V. 133 .... 54, 142, 150 Hey, Barbara 113 ....... .......... 6 8 Hey, Elizabeth 113 . ................... 68 Hey, Jeanne M. 133 ........ 54, 87 Hickox, Mary K. 133 .........,,. 54 Hidding, Nancy D. 113 ........,,,, 71 Higdon, Thomas M. 143 ........ 35 Hlggason, Frank G. 133 ........ 54 Higgs, Karen E. 143 ..... .... 3 5 Hildebrandt, Robert 143 ,,,,,,,, 47 Hlldinger, George E. 143 , ....... 47 Hill, Bruce A. 133 .... 83, 110 Hill, Gay M. 143 ........ ................ 3 5 Hillenmayer, Ann 133 ...... . ......... 54 Hillert, David B. 113 .... 68, 77 Hillman, Kristen K. 143 35, 857, 1 0 Hillman, Melanie J. 113 68, 142 Hinneberg, Jeff L. 123 ............ 61 I-Iinneberg, William 143 ........ 35 Hinton, Steve O. 133 ............ 144 Hinton, Susan D. 123 .,.,,...,... 59, 61 Hlpple, Kent W. 133 ..........,..... 54 Hodges, Pamela 143 ........ 45, 151 Hoclor, Keith H. 133 .... 56, 75 Hoff, Karen E. 133 ...... . ..... 54 Hoffman, Sheila M. 143 .... 35. 140 Hoffman, Sue L. 113 .... 66, 68, 126 Hofstad, Kevin A. 133 ....... . 54, 103 Hogan, Brian J. 133 54, 84, 110 Hoggay, Mark D. 113 ............ 68 Holland, Christine J. 113 ........ 68 Hollenbach, Ray C. 123 .... 59, 61, 103, 136, 140 Holley, Teresa A. 113 .... 68, 152 Hollinger, Randall P. 113 .... 68, 86, 150 Holmes, Chris W. 113 ........ 68 Holmes, Lesley J. 123 .... 61, 88, 155 Holmes, Richard W. 123 ........ 61 Holmes, Robyn B. 143 .... 45, 51 Holt, Douglas J. 123 .... 61, 110, 142 Holthusen, Kenneth 133 ............ 54 Holthusen, William 113 ............ 68 Holtz, Steven E. 113 ............ 68 Holub, Thomas R. 123 81, 82 Holzern, Barbara A. 143 ........ 35 I-IODLECOMIN G .................... 124-129 HOME ECONODIICS CAREERS CLUB .................................. - .... Hoosan, Ronald R. 143 . ..... .. 158 35 Jessogne, Debbie J. 113 ................ 69 Jessogne, Diana M. 133 ......... 87 Johanek, Carol F. 113 ........ 69, 133, 142 Johanek, Marilou T. 123 .... 61, 130 Johanek, Susan 143 .................. .. 35 John, Suzanne 113 .................... 69 Johnson, Bruce R. 113 .... 69, 77, 142 Johnson, Kari A. 123 .... 61, 133 Johnson, Laurie A. 133 ............ 54 Johnson, Linda R. 123 .... 61, 87 Johnson, Lisa 113 ................ .... 69 Johnson, Lynnette F. 133 .... 54, 140, 150 Johnson, Pamela A. 133 .... 35, 54, 87, 150 Johnson, Pamela N. 143 .... 152, 158 Johnson, Sheryl G. 123 ................ 61 Johnson, Susan Rose 143 .... 45, 143, 156 Johnson, Wendy D. 123 .... 61, 126, 142, 154 Johnstin, Chris 113 .... 69, 77, 93 Johnstin, Tom E. 133 .... 54, 75 Jones, Margo 133 ........................ 54 Josetti, Titus E. 123 ................ 61 Joyce, James K. 123 ........ 61, 151 Judycki, Roberta L. 133 ........ 54 Juhl, Susan Ellen 123 ............ 61 Julian, Alan E. 113 ............ 77, 93 JUNIOR CLASS BOARD ........ 50 Jurco, Stephen 112 .... 54, 103, 104 Kaipus, Marsha 143 ................ 35 Kalous, Josef M. 123 .... ..... 6 1 Kalwitz, Kent 143 ........... . .... 45 Kaminski, Diane M. 113 ........ 89. 133 Kamp, Joseph W. 113 .... .. 69 Kamper, Nancy A. 123 ............ 61 Kamps Carol L. 123 ................ 61 Kamps, Dennis H. 133 ........ 54, '75 Kamps, Donald B. 113 .... 69, 77 Kams, Francis J. 113 .... 69, 77, 86 Kanne, Susan M. 113 ............ 69 Kanouse, Andrew R. 133 ...- ...... . 54 Kanouse, Margaret K. 113 Karkula., James B. 113 69 69, 104 143 Kaser, Gordan K. 133 ............ 54 Kaskle, Lisa M. 123 .... 61, 130. 154 Katovich, John C. 133 ............ 54 Kaufmann, Laura J. 113 .... 69. 155 Kavanagh, Patricia A. 123 ..... ... 61 Kearney, Molly P. 113 ----.------ - 59 Keating, Kathleen G. 123 ............ 61 Kehe, Jean Ellen 143 ........ 35, 135 Keim, Kathlyn C. 113 .... 69, 155 Keim, Kelly M. 123 .... 61, 87, 155 Keller, Wayne M. 123 ....... . 61, 98 Kelley, Diane 133 .................... 135 Kellogg, Cheryl D. 133 ............ 54 Kelly, Brian R. 113 .------- 69. 103. 104 Kelly. Cathryn A. 133 ........ 54, 100 Kelly, David M. 113 ................ 69 Kelly, Diane M. 113 .... 54, 69, 154, 158 Kelly, John T. 133 .........-...------- 54 Kelly, Kathleen M. 123 .... 61, 87. 133, 155 Kelly, Margaret 113 ........ 59. 133 Kelly, William P. 143 ........---- 47 Kemper, Edward F. 123 ....... . 61. 103 Kempisty, Frances H. C33 .--- 54. 142, 143, 154 Kempisty, Richard J. 113 .... 69, 142, 143 Kempisty, William 143 ............ 35 Hopkins, James G. 133 .... 54, 84 Horcher, Candy M. 143 .... 35, 134 Horn, Nancy M. 123 ................ 61 Horn, Susan L. 113 ........ 68, 142 Horn, William 143 .... .... ................ 4 5 Horst, James E. 123 .... 61, 81. 110, 133 Hourigan, Dan R. 133 ........ 54 Hourigan, Nancy J. 143 ........ 35 Hourigan, Patrick M. 113 ........ 77 Houseknecht, Bill E. 133 .... 54, 81, 155 Houser, Deneen J. 113 ............ 68 Howe, Karen A. 133 ............ 54 Howes, Charles I-I. 123 .... 59, 61, 135, 159 Hruby, Kathleen A. 143 .... 35. 48, 100, 158 Huber, James E. 133 ............ 54 Huber, Robert 143 ........ 35, 164 Hudec, Barbara L. 143 45. 142, 151 Hudec, Robert A. 113 ........ 68 Huebner, Robin E. 113 ........ 68 Hughes, Marana E. 133 .... 54, 155 Hunslcker, Jeff C. 133 .... 54. 143 Hurley, Kathleen 143 ........ 35, 51, 142. 157 Huster, P, David 133 ................ 54 Hutter, Ernee 143 ......... ......... 3 5 Hynes, Diane 133 ,--.. - ---- 54 Hynes, Janet 143 ..... ....... ..... 3 5 Hynes, Suzanne M. 113 ..... .... 1 33 I Immen, Veronica 113 ........ ..... . . 68 INDIVIDUAL SPEECH EVENTS 131 Irlbacker, David A. 133 .... 54, 110 Irmen, James C. 143 --.----- 35. 135 Isaacs, Karen L. 123 ...... . ......... 100 54 Isaacson, Bruce C. 133 . ....... . 61, 98 Hendricks, Thomas A. 133 .... 5646 Hendricksen, Ann L. 133 ........ .'54 Henning, Scott 113 .... 68, 99 Henson, Karen 133 .... . ........... 54 Henson, Kristine A. 143 35. 155 Herbst, Janice L. 133 .... 54, 143, 172 Isaacson, Linda. 133 ................ 57. 87 Iverson, Janet K. 133 ........-.-.---. 54 Iverson, Judith 133 ...................----. 54 Iverson, Michael R. 113 .... 68, 77 Iversen, Robert .1143 ..............-. 35 Jackson, Thomas S. 123 ............ 142 Kindler, Teresa L. 113 ........ 69. 133 Kindler, Thomas O. 143 ............ 36 King, Thomas 143 .... 36, 159, 160 Kinsley, Marianne C. 123 .... 61, 151 Kiral, Steven F. 143 ........ 36, 134 Kirby, Jeff 143 .... 124, 125, 126, 129 Kirchoff, Russ E. 133 ............ 110 Kirkland, Kevin G. 113 .... 69, 104 Kirsteln, Rick D. 133 ........ 54 Kivlahan, Jean Mary 143 .... 166 Klein, Karen 113 ................ 69, 155 Klein, Stephen J. 123 .... 61, 77, 85 Kleiner, Wayne M. 143 ,,,.,,,,,,,, 36 Klemrn, Brent 113 .........,..,,,, 69, 77 Klimek, Kris 143 ,... 36, 87, 88, 160 Klimek. Mary 123 .................... 61, 130 Klingenrnaler, Wilma 143 .... 36 Klotz, Kim 113 .............,,,.,,,.. ,, 69 Knaack, Scott C. 143 ..... .... 3 6 Knight, Gary R. 123 .............. .. 61 Knight, George 143 .......... ...... .... 3 6 Knoderer, David H. 143 .... 47, 142, 143 Knoderer, Paula R. 133 ............ 140 Knoll, Keith 133 .... ................ 1 35 Koceja, Richard J. 113 .... 69, 142, 154 Koch, Ellen Ann 123 ,.., 63, 155 Koch, Paftricia 143 .... 36, 78. 79, 124, 125, 126, 129. 160, 164 Koclanls, Kathryn J. 143 .... 36, 139 Koehnke, Bob J. 133 ................ 54 Koeneke, Charles H. 143 ........ 47 Koehnke, Nicholas P. 143 .... 69, 99 Koerber, Cynthia 123 ............ 61 Koerner, Brad W. 143 ..,.,,.,.... 47 Kohler, James R. 113 .... 69, 77, 86 Kohler, Joan L. 143 .... ae, 148. 161 Kolari, Richard 133 ......... ...... . 110 Kolze, James 133 .... 103, 116 Kolze, John Robert 133 .... 96. 123 Kolze, Paul D. 123 ................ 61, 85 Komarek, Dale W. 133 .,,,..,..... 54 Koriath, John J. 143 .... 36, 113, 114, 160 Kort, Constance 113 .... 66, 69, 72, 79 Kort, Cynthia. 143 .... 45, 78, 82, 124, 139, 141, 146, 160 Koser, Kathleen M. 113 ........ 69 Kost, Glenn R. 133 ................ 54 Kounanls, Carol E. 113 .... 69, 152 Kounanis, William L. 123 61, 133 Kouzmanoff, Nancy L. 123 .... 61, 118 Kowalski, Jeff L. 143 ..... .... 3 6 Kowalski, Katherine 133 ........ Kranz, Deborah 123 ................ Kreidich, Lida 133 ............ 54, Kreidich, Nina 113 .................... Kresge, Paul Howard 143 .... 36, 54 61 154 69 135 Krol, Gregory, J. 143 . .............. . 36 Jacobs, Barbara 113 ........ 68, 154 Kernpke, Wayne D. 123 ........ 61 Kendall, Barbara L. 113 .... 69, 1355 1 Kenney, Bonnie 143 ........ 35, 88 Kenney, Frank M. 113 --.. 69. 7675 Kenney, Dennis F. 113 .... 69. 77 Kenyon, Kimberly 113 ........ 71, 152 Kessenich, Susan A. 123 -------- 63 KEY CLUB ..,..,........... . ......... .......- 132 Kieck, William G. 143 .... 36, 83, 86, 140 Kindler, Constance 143 .....----- .- 47 Kindler, Richard C33 54 Kroll, Brian H. 113 .... 69, 104 Kroll, Jean M. 113 ............ .. 69 Kroll, Tona R. 133 ....... . ............ 54 Kruse, Linda M. 133 ................ 54 Krysh, Barbara Ann 143 ........ 45 Kubicek, Sue A. 113 ................ 69 Kubik, David J. 123 .... 75, 85 Kubin, Jerrilyn 143 .................... 36 Kuenstlcr, Joanne K. 113 .... 69, 152 Kuenstler, Joyce L. 143 36, 150 Kuffel, Lorne, S. 143 ........ 36 Kuharich, Kenneth 113 .... 69, 99 Kuhl, Richard A. 123 .... 61, 74, 83, 110 Kunkel, Scott J. 143 . ............... 36 Kunz, Ruth Pamela 143 36 Kunkel, Robert J. 123 .------- 51. 142 Kunze, Anne C. 133 .... 54, 155, 158 Kurzka, Thomas A. 123 .... 61, 154 Kuykendall, Joel s. 133 ............ 54 Kwiecinski, Josie A. 113 .... 69, 152 L Lacarla, Michael D. 113 ............ 69 Lacker, Eve 143 .... 36, 131, 136, 148, 149, 151 Laglara, Carlos A. 113 .... 69, 77 Lamberft, Charles A. 123 .... 61. 159 Larnm, Richard J. 113 --.-----..-. 59 Landon, Sharon L. 113 ................ 69 Lanclwehr, Martin C. 123 ........ 61 Langdon, Lynda 143 .... ........ .. 36 Langerock, Stephen R. 123 ........ 61 Langner, Deborah A. 113 ........ 69 Lanigan, Greg W. 113 .... 69. 90 Lanoue, Marc L. 113 .... 69, 104 Lanzon, Gregory C. 133 54. 142 Lanzon, Richard 143 ...........-.-.- 36 Laron, Timothy 123 ..........-..--, 142 Larrlson. Rebecca D. 113 .... 69 Larrison, Karl 143 .........-------.--- 47 Larsen, Man: L .113 .... 69. 77. 86. 150 Larson, Babette M. 113 .... 69. 152 Larson. Debbie 143 .... 45, 49, 88 Larson. Lonl D. 133 ...- 54. 100. 101 Larson, Marta Lynn 143 .... 36. 87, 118, 119, 151 Larson, Susan Gail C43 ........ 36, 146 Larson, Timothy A. C13 ,...... . 69 Lasher, Judith A. C23 ......,..... 61 Lasher, Susan C43 .... 28, 45, 51, 136 Lasher, William Craig C33 .... 56, 75, 110 Laster, Walter Ray C23 .....,.. 61 Latte., Roger C43 ........ 36, 49, 150 Law, Douglas A. C33 .... 54, 96, 97 Lazzerinl, Mark C43 .... ......... 3 7 Leckie, Brian C13 ........................ 69 Lee, Dorothy C43 ........ 37, 135 Legg, Jack L. C33 .................... 54 Lehmab, Helen P. C33 ............ 54 Leigh, Steven C43 .............. ....... 4 7 Leighton, Edward S. C23 ............ 61 Leiski, Martin R. C13 ............ 69 Leister, Delores T. C13 .... .... 6 9 Leister, Edward E. C33 .... 54, 74 Leisftico, Catherine C13 ........ 69 Lekam, Chris J. C23 ....... -...... 61 Lamar, Dawn B. C33 .. ..... ...... .. . 54 Lemein, Sharon K. C13 .... 69, 72, 79 Lenahan, Cheryl A. C23 ........ 61 Lenhardt. Bruce D. C23 .... 61, 81 Lenhardt, Sharon C13 .......... . ..... 69 Lentine, Catherine C33 .. .......... 54 Lerchenfeld, John E. C13 ........ 81 Letzel, James R. C13 .... 69, 77 Levecke, Harry C43 ........ 45, 88 Lewan, Donald C43 37, 83 Lewan, Ronald K. C43 ...-... 37, 83 Lewin, Glenn S. C23 ........ 77, 143 Leydig, Deborah Ann C43 .... 45, 100, 118, 150, 153 Leydig, Gary W. C23 ........ 61, 114, 151 Lidge, Kenneth G. C43 .... 37, 61, 150, 153 Lidge, Patricia A. C13 .... 69, 133 Lighthall, David C43 ,.... .......... . 37 Lightner, David G. C13 ........ 69, 81 Ligon, Kenneth E. C13 .... 69. 86 Liljegren, Mark R. C43 .... 37, 142, 143 Liljegren, Susan M. C33 ........ 152 Lincoln, James G. C43 ............ 37 Lindblad, Joanne C23 .... 63, 64, 94, 95 Lindemann, Ruth A. C33 .... 152 Lindemann, Jane E. C13 69 Lindmark, Catherine C43 ........ 37 Lindmark, Lucille D. C23 ........ 61 Lindsay, Deborah C43 ................ 45 Lipari, Donna C23 ................ 61 Lissner, Marita T. C13 .... .... -.. 69 Livingston, Lisa M. C33 ............ 54 McCallister, Lynn C23 ............ 62 McCarter, Gary C43 .......,........ 37 McCarter, Marjorie A. C23 .... 62 McCarthy, Nancy A. C13 .... 69, 154 McCarthy, Sheila A. C23 .... 62, McChesney, John C. C13 ........ 69 McClellan, Marsha A. C43 .... McClellan, Mona C33 ........... . 100 McCollum, Betsy A. C43 .... 45, 78 McCratic, Pamela S. C43 .... 37 McCratic, Timothy M. C13 .... gl, 1 - McDonald, Meg C. C43 .... 37, 94, 95, 117 McDonald, Robert A. C43 38 74, 110, 116, 160, 164 McDougall, Craig S. C23 ,... 62 McEll-lose, Susan R. C13 . ....... 69 McGowan, Ian C. C43 ........ 38 McGrath, Jim P. C33 .... 54, 81, 8325 McGrath, Patrick J. C43 .... 38 McGrath, Sharon C33 ............ 54 McGuire, Jeff Keith C43 38. 96, 99 McHugh, Kaithy A. C33 ............ 54 McHugh, Thomas P. C23 ...-... 62 McKay, Karen A. C33 ........ 52, 54, 79, 124 McKay, Kathleen A. C33 ........ 52, 54, 78, 124 McKay, Kyle Louise C43 .... 38, 132 McKay, Richard A. C43 .... 38, 112 McKay, Scott A. C23 ........ 62, 77, 148 McLaughlin, Kevin T. C23 .... 652, 1 McLaughlin, Terrence C33 .... 544 8 McLean, Mary A. C43 ........ 38 McLoraine, Maureen C. C23 62 McLoralne, Therese C43 .... 47, 144 McMillan, Nancy L. C33 .... 54, 140 McNeal, Barbara J. C23 .... 62, 152, 161 McNeal, Susan D. C43 ....... . 38, 131, 142, 150 McReynolds, Robert E. C43 .... 47 Lobough, Terry C23 ........ -... 134 Locasio, Brian T. C13 ................ 69 Locaslo, James P. C33 .... 54, 75, 110 Lockwood, Ann A. C33 .... 56, 136, 138, 139 Lockwood, Roger, S. C13 ...... .. 69 Lockwood, Gary L. C33 ........ 54 Lockwood, Melody C43 ................ 37 Lockwood, Susan J. C23 .... 61, 136 Loeifler, Edwin P. C43 .. 37 Lfoffler, Victoria J. C13 ........ 69 Loeser, Debbie .To C43 ............ 45 Logsdon, Pamela A. C33 ........ 135 Long, Marian C. C13 .... 69, 154 Long, Maureen C43 .............. .. 37 Lorch, Steven C. C43 ............ 37 Losey, Robert C. C13 ................ 99 Losos, Chrisftine M. C33 .... 52, 54, 95 Loughman, Stephen R. C13 .... 69, 86 Loughman, Virginia C33 .... 54, 118, 119, 152 Loughran, Karleen C23 ............ 61 Loughran, Stephanie C43 .... 45, 141 Lowell, Kay A. C13 ................ 69 Lozzi, Gail C43 ...- .......... ......... . 37 Lubke, Susan C43 ..... . .................. 37 Lude, Gregory Alan C43 . ......... ,. 45 Ludolph, John E. C33 ............ 90, 159 Ludolph, Karen E. C13 .... 69, 87 Luedeking, Peter C. C43 .... 37, 112 Luehring, Thomas A. C13 .... 69, 86 Luhan, Joseph P. C23 ..., 61, 85 Luker, Carol A. C23 .... 61, 155 Luker, Sharon R. C33 .... 54, 57, 138, 140 Lukhaub, Alan A. C23 .... 59, 61, 85 Luric, Slavica C13 ............... ..... 69 Lussman, Linda K. C23 ..... . ...... 61 Luther, Donna G. C43 ............ 37 Lykken, David C33 .................... 54 Lykken, James C13 ........................ 69 Lynch, Nancy K. C13 .... 69, 133 Lynk, Joni A. C23 ........... ..... 6 1 Lytle, Elizabeth J. C13 ............ 69 Lytle, Mary K. C13 ....... -... 69, 87 Mc McAllister, Stephen C43 ....-c .... 37 Mcwherter, Carl W. C43 ........ 45, 74, 76, 113, 114, 116 McWhorter, James A. C23 ..., 62, 77, 103, 133 M Maas, Jake K. C33 ................ 112 Maas, Lisa Kay C33 ............ 54, 149 MacCarthy, Cornelius C33 ........ 54 Machas, Fay M. C13 ............ 69, 152 Machas, Jim C33 ........................ 75 Mack, David E. C23 ............ 62 Mack, Denise E. C43 ........ 94, 95, 141 Mackey, William L. C33 ........ 54 MacLeod, Kevin C13 .. ...... 69, 93 Madden, Tim I. C13 ................ 69 Maher, Nancy E. C23 ............ 62 Main, Laurie C13 .................... 69. 152 Main, Todd C33 ........................ 54 Maitland, Judith L. C33 .... 54, 100 Maitland, Marguerite. C13 ........ 69 Maitland, Patrick H. C23 .... 62, 98 Manatt, Margaret W. C13 ....... . 69 Mandele, Mike J. C43 .... 37, 83, 85 'Mangan, Michael K. C33 ........ 54 Mauos, Margaret J. C23 ........ 62, 140 Markstrom, Chris A. C33 .... 54, 152 Marrone, Guy A. C33 ................ 54 Marszalek, Christopher C33 .... 111, 112 Martens, Robert C43 . .......... ......... 3 7 Martin, Craig A. C13 .... 69, 81 Martin, Gayle M. C23 .... 62, 88 Martin, Lori S. C13 ........ 69, 152 Martinson, Nancy L. C23 .... 62 Martinson, Terry A. C33 ........ 54 Marum, Sally A. C23 ...... 62 Massa, Ken J. C43 ....... ...... 3 7 MATH CLUB ................................ 159 Mattix, Tamra L. C23 ........ 59, 62, 78, 136 Mann, Walter C. C33 ............ 54 Maybee, Plera E. C13 ............ 69, 152 Mayhercy, Jon R. C43 ..... ........... 3 7 Meacham, Deanne D. C33 ........ 54 Meadown, Marilyn J. C13 .... 69 Mechling, Paula S. C33 .....,...... 59 MEDICAL CAREERS CLUB 158 Meekins, Kathleen A. C13 .... 69 Meinhardt, Karen J. C23 ........ 62 Meister, Carolyn J. C43 ........ 38, 49, 51, 87, 88 Mele, Linda M. C23 ............ 62 Mensching, Bonnie L. C33 54 Mensching, Stanly F. C43 .... 38, 135 Menz, Nancy E. C43 ........ 38, 132 Mercer, Linda S. C23 .....,.,.... 62 Merkel, James J. C23 ........ 62, 113, 114, 115, 116 Merryweather, Elizabeth C33 .... 54 Meusser, Denise L. C43 .... 38, 150 Meyer, Charles F. C43 ........ 38, 135 Meyer, Dean C. C23 ........ 62, 98, 160 Meyer, Doug C23 .......... .......... 1 14 Meyer, Janis R. C33 ................ 54, 88 Meyer, Pamela A. C23 ........ 38, 635 Meyer, Pamela J. C43 ................ 88 Michael, Kathleen C. C13 ........ 69 Mlchalski, Judith A. C33 ........ 54 Michalson, William C. C33 54, 150 Michalson, Linda A. C13 .... 152, 158 Mika, Randall E. C13 ........ 69, 134 Miksvta, James A. C13 ........ 69, 155, 159 Milewskl, Judith C43 ............ 38 Miley, Donald C. C23 ............ 62 Miller, Cathy A. C17 --...--- 69, 155 Miller, Donna J. C33 -----.-- 54. 37 Miller, Gregory L. C13 ........ 69 Miller, Harold H. C23 ............ 62 Miller, James L. C23 75, 110 Miller, Lawrence S. C13 .... 69, 77, 104 Miller, Lori L. C23 .............. .. 62 Miller, Pamela J. C33 .... 56, 87, 129 Miller, Patricia S. C33 ........ 54, 59, 100 Miller, M. Rex C23 ........ 62, 114, 142, 143 Miller, Stacy L. C13 ........ 69, 155 Miller, Susan M. C43 ................ 147 Mills, Dave C33 ........... .. ............... 54 Milner, Judi A. C43 ........ 38, 134 Minard, Christina M. C13 .... 71, 133 Minarik, Dinah M. C43 38, 135 Minarik, Edward F. C23 ........ 62 Miresse, Dennis C. C23 .... 62, 77 Mirs, Loiel John C23 ..........,. 62 Mitchell, Alan C43 ................ 47, 135 Mitchell, Dcrothy C33 ................ 54 Mitchell, Michael J. C33 .... 534 Mitchell, Olivia. G. C13 ............ 69 Mitchell, Terrence J. C23 .... 62, 85 INLLYED CHORUS ..... ........ ....... 1 51 Mleko, Kathy L. C13 .. 118, 152 Mock, Mary C33 .................... 54 Moderhack, Lawrence M. C23 .... 62 MODERN MUSIC BIASTERS .... 142 Moffo, Mike C43 ........ 38, 109, 110, 116 Montgomery, Kathy K. C43 .... 38 Moody, Linda C. C23 ............ 62 Moody, Warren C. C13 .. 69 Moody, Wayne C. C13 .. 69 Moon, Jack D. C33 ................ 54 Moore, Elizabeth M. C33 ...... ...... 5 4 Moore, Larry N. C43 38, 142 Moore, Lucinda C13 ................ 64, 133, 152 Moore, Steve G. C43 46, 74, 76, 90, 93, 150, 157 Moore, William P. C43 .... 38, 109, 110 Morand, Gregory R. C23 ........ 81 Moreau, Renee K. C43 .... 46, 134 Morell, Patricia A. C43 ............ 38 Morgan, Craig A. C13 ........ 69 Morgan, Mark C43 ........ 46, 106, 132 Moritz, Pamela A. C23 ............ 62 Morken, Dana L. C33 ........ 54, ' 113, 114 Morris, Eliot C. C33 ........ 54, 160 Morrow, Tom A. C13 ...... .. 69, 77 Morton Robert I-I. C23 .. 85' Moser, Linda L. C13 ...... 69 Moser Valerie A. C23 ..... 62 1 Moy, Pamela C43 .......... ...... 3 8, 158 Moy, Winnie C43 ............... ......... 3 S Moyer, Linda F. C33 ...... 56 Mrozik, Judy L. C13 ........,... 69 Mrozik, Richard W. C43 ........ 38 Mrozinski, Norbert A. C13 .... .... 6 9 Mrozinski, Paul A. C23 ........ 62 Mrozinski, Steven A. C43 .... 38, 135 Mudge, Scott C43 ........ 38, 74, 105, 116 Mueller, Marina F. C23 ........ 62, 142, 159, 162 Munsen, Karen L. C43 ........ 46, 145 Munson, Pamela J. C23 ..... 62 Munson, Randy S. C13 ...... 69 Muran, Cynthia F. C23 .. .. 62 Muran, Joseph C43 ........... 38 Murdock, Karen J. C23 ............ 62 Murphy, Maria A. C33 ........ 54, 135 Murphy, Pamela A. C33 ............ 135 Murphy, Sean C23 ........ 62, 74, 84 Muslch, Mike A. C33 .... 54, 150, 153 Mustain, Steven J. C43 ............ 46 Myers, Beth E. C23 .... ..... 6 2 N Narup, Cathy A. C33 54, 146 Narup, Scott C13 .................... .... 6 9 Nasaree, Nitayaporn C43 .... 47, 50, 160 NATIONAL FORENSIO LEAGUSE 1 1 NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY 160 NATIONAL TIIESPIAN SOCIETY 149 Nawrot, Sandra. L. C43 ............ 39 Neas, Elizabeth A. C23 ........ 62, 152, 154 Necker, Barbara Ann C43 .... 39, 150 Nagel, Mark K. C23 ........ 62, 77. 93 Nakutny, Ann L. C33 ........ 54, 132 Neilson, Timothy C43 ............ 47 39 Nelson, Marlene A. C43 ............ 62, 131 Nerpal, Ray C. C23 ........ Nester, Peter F. C43 ...- ...... ......... 39 Neumann, Gregory R. C13 . .... 69 Neumann, Mary P. C43 ........ 39, 87, 88 Newhardt, Patricia B. C13 ........ 69 Newland, David A. C13 ........ 69, 77, 93 Newquist, Kristin L. C43 ...-... 39, 149 Newsome, Mary K. C33 ........ 54, 152 Newsome, Therese E. C43 46, 142, 150 Nichols, Debra A. C13 .... .... 6 9, 155 Nichols, Julie A. C13 ........ 69, 130 Nicjols, Michael J. C23 62, ' 77 Nicholson, Cindy C13 .......... .. 69 Nicholson, Karen A. C13 ..... -. 69 Nicholson, Nancy K. C13 .-. 69, 152 Nicholson, Thomas P. C33 .... 136, 148 Nicholson, William R. C43 .... 47 Nielsen, Judith A. C23 .... 59, 62, 136 Nielsen, Kerry T. C43 ............ 39 Nielsen, Scott G. C43 ................ 39 Nielsen, Teri L. C13 ...-... 69, 88, 124 Niemann, Daniel J. C43 ........ 39 Niemczyk, Mark S. C33 ........ 54, 96. 133, 150, 159 Niemczyk, Michael J. C23 ........ 62 Niemeyer, Dan A. C23 ............ 62 Ninneman, Joann C13 ........ 69, 152 Nitch, Michael J. C23 ........ 62, 103 Norenberg, Susan F. C13 .... 66, 69, 152 Norenberg, Tom L. C33 ............ 54, 103 Nolting, Arnold A. C43 .... 39, 135 Nordyke, David M. C33 ........ 54 Norton, John Thomas C23 .... 62, 75, 93 Norton, Lee A. C43 .... .... ........ 3 9 Nowack, Elisabeth C43 ............ 39, 160 Nowack, Mary Robin C23 ....... 59, 62, 117 Nystrom, James R. C23 .... 62, 81 Nystrom, Susan M. C13 ........ 69 0 Oas, Vickie L. C33 .. .................. 54 Obal, William C13 .....,...,.. 70, 86 Obrien, E. Martin C43 ............ 39 O'Brien, John Terry C13 .... 70, 99, . 150 O'Connell, Daniel M. C23 ........ 77 O'Connell, Dennis R. C13 ........ 70, 72, 86 O'Connell, Patricia L. C13 . ....... 70 Oesftmann, Elizabeth C33 ....... Offen, Eric R. C23 .......... . 55, 78 62 0'I-Iara, Patrick W. C23 ............ .... 6 Z Ohman, John D. C43 ........ 39, 106 Olsem, Barbara A. C43 .... 39, 134 Olson, Ellen A. C43 ........ 39, 88, 142, 143, 151 Olsen, Tom Howard C43 ........ 39 Olsson, Eric C. C13 . ....... 70, 130 Olsson, Kathleen A. C33. ............... 55 O'Neal, Pat E. C33 ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 55 O'Nea1, Peggy J. C13 ..........,...,.,,., 70 Opela, Melissa C. C33 ............ 55, 136 OPERETTA ................................ 163 Oppenheimer, Joann C33 ........ 55, 119 OROHESIS ............................ 100, 101 ORCHESTRA ,..,,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 143 Ormsbee, Terry D. C33 ........ 74, 83, 84, 110, 116 Ostermann, Claudia C23 ............ 63 Ostermann, Judith R. C13 .... 70, 154, 158 Owens, Katherine R. C43 .... 39, 100 Ozimek, Christine A. C43 .... 39, 145 P Paarfusser, Frank K. C33 ........ 55 Paarfusser, James C. C13 ........ 70 Pace, Glenn M. C23 ....,........... 62, 93 Pace, Susan L. C43 .... 46, 88, 139, 141, 160 Padgitt. Susan L. C33 ......... ...... .. 55 Page, Michael J. C23 .......... 73 Pagliai, Joan M. C13 ........ 70, 152 Palmatier, Bruce W. C13 130, 155' 7 0, 155 '173 Preissing, Caltherine C13 ............ 70 Pascal Poulos, Powell, Powell, Powers, Prafke, Mary E. C13 ..,.......... 2. 70 Andrew Dean C33 .... 56, 75. 90 Maili S. C43 ........ 40. 106, 107, 142, 143, 159 Robin M. C13 ........ 70 Michael W. C33 ........ 55, 74 Palmatier, Susan E. C43 ............ 39, 142, 150, 153, 163 Palmer, Jeffery R. C23 ................ 112 Pamp, Barbara J. C33 ........ 55, 131, 136, 152 Parchmann, Amy C33 ........ 55, 87, 155, 158 Pardell, Jennifer L. C23 ..... ...... . 62 Parlse, Pamela C33 ...,....,....... 55, 161 Parish, Joan V. C13 ............ 66, 70, 146, 149 Parks, Nancy J. C23 ........ 62, 162 Parks, Robert R. C33 ....... . 55, 90, 162 Parks, Susan K. C13 ...........,..,..... 70 Parvin, Janice C. C33 ....A... 55, 150. 151, 154 Parvln, Scott C. C13 ............ 70, 99 Pascale, Janet L. C23 ....,........... 62 e, Linda M. C33 Pascale, Michael G. C43 39. 158 Pasarelli, John S. C43 ........ 39, leo Patberg, Pamela R. C33 55, 131, 150 Patterson, Catherine C13 ,... .... 7 0 Patterson, Dale H. C13 ........ 70, 77. 103, 104 Patterson, John W. C33 .... 55, 107, 142, 165 Patterson, Marianne C13 ........ 155, 158 Patterson, Thomas N. C23 ........ 62, 92 Paulsen, Timothy C23 ........ 62 Pautz, Michael R. C23 ...,.... 62, 77 Peale, Robert Oliver C33 ........ 102, 103, 116, 55, 142 Pearce, Kathy M. C33 . ....... 55, 140, Pearson, Kimberly E. C33 ........ 155 55 Preisslng, Mark D. C23 .... 62, 77 Preissing, Martha A. C43 ........ 40, 51, 61, 159 Prellberg, Bonnie S. C23 ........ 62 Prentiss, Mark R. C33 ............ 55 Prewitt, Louetta C13 ........... ..... 70 Price, Sandy J. C23 .................... 62 Prochaska, Judy T. C33 ,...,......, 55, 142, 154 Proebstle, Jerry G. C43 ........ 40, 159 PROM .................................. .. 164, 165 Prezbiecla, Julie C33 .... ............ 5 5 Purnpelly, Gina C13 .... .............,.. 1 52 Purtha, George J. C43 ........ 40, 159 Pusaterl, Mark D, C23 .,,,,,,.,,,,,,,. 62 Putz, John C13 .....,.........,..,, 70, 86 Q Quick, Deborah R. C33 ... .... .. 55 Quid, Gregory E. C33 ..........,. 55 Quigley, Lawrence J. C13 70 Quigley, Robert L. C43 .... 40, 135 QUILL AND SCROLL SOCIETY 141 R RADIO AND JET PROP HOBBY Rongner, Kristina E. C43 .-. 40, 138, 141, 142, 143, 155. 160 93 Rood, Mark J. C23 ........ 62, Roovant, Lawrence E. C33 .... 55 Ross, Linda A. C33 ....... ..... 55, 142, 143, 154 Rossi, Mike J. C43 .... 40, 150 Rowader, Jon A. C33 .... 55, 90 Rowader, Scott M. C23 ........ 77 Rowan, Robert G. C23 ........ 134 Rowe, Thomas John C43 .... 40, 102, 103, 116, 124, 160, 166, 167 Royer, Jo E. C23 .....,,,,.,....,,,,. 62 Royster, Robin A. C13 .... 70 Rozdalovsky, Mary J. C13 70 Rozdalovsky, Shirley C43 ........ 40, 135 Ruckle, Linda M. C13 .......... .. 70 Ruckoldt, Sharon L. C43 ........ 40, 135 Rudin, Scott A. C13 .......... . ..... 70 Rudin, Nancy J. C33 ....... . 55, 158 Rudy, Adrienne L. C23 ........ 59, 62 Rue, Karen F. C43 ........ 40, 48 Ruff, Mary C. C13 . .....,............ . 158 Ruff, Suzanne R. C33 ..... 154, 158 Rumatz, Margaret L. C13 ........ 70. 152 Rusch Paatricia E. C33 ........ 55, 140 Russel, Gale L. C23 ....,,..,..,,.,. 62 Russell, Gary G. C33 ........ 66, 137, 140 Russel, Robert J. C33 ............ 55 RUSSIAN CLUB ............ ........ 1 54 Ruthenberg, Dale C43 ........ 46, 167 Ryan, Colleen A. C33 ............ 55 Ryan, Patricia M. C23 ....,,,,,.,,,.,. 62 Ryan, Scott L. C33 ........ 55, 135 Rycltert, Sheryl L. C33 ........ 55, 164 Rypkema, Lenore A. C33 55 Rypkema, Sharon J. C23 ........ 59, 62 S Sadecky, John L. C43 ................ 46 Sadlioki, Steve C. C33 ..........., 55 Sanderheck, Chris C13 .... 70, 87 Sanderbeck, Connie C43 .... 40, 140 Sanders, Clarke J. C23 .... ........ 6 2, 75, 132 Sands, Tim C. C33 ................ 55, 75 Santelli, Mark C13 ........................ 70 Sanftelli, Jean Marie C43 .... 46, 88 Santelli, Mary E. C33 .... 55, 88, 149 Santicola, Ronald P. C13 ........ 70, 94 Sauceda, Blanca E. C13 70 CLUB .................................. .. ...... 134 Radmer, Gary D. C13 ........ 40, 48, 70 Rafajko, Joan H. C13 ........ 70 Ragona, Brian P. C13 .... ..... 7 0 Raitt, Barbara L. C33 .. 143 Ramsey, Douglas P. C43 ........ 40 Ramsaler, Lenore A. C23 ........ 59, 62 Ramsey, John G. C33 ............ 55 Ramsey, John W. C23 ........ 62, 85, 110, 151 Ramsey, Susan Lynn C43 ......... 40 Rapp. Cynthia L. C43 ........ 40, 134 Rapp, Daniel C. C43 ................ 47 Rasmussen, Jay T. C23 ........ 62 Rasmussen, Tod M. C43 ..,..... 40 Ratelke, Audrey I. C23 ............ 62 Raupp, Pamela. L. C13 ............ 70 Ravazzolo, Kenneth C23 --.. 63. 90 Reardon, Patricia A. C13 .... 70, 133, 154 Rebek, Sara J. C13 ................ 70 Reckert, John R. C13 .........,.. 70 Reckcrt, Kathy M. C33 ........ 55 Redeen, Amy S. C13 ........ 70, 119 Reese, Bryn E. C33 ......,......... 55 Reese, Gloria M. C23 ............ 62 Reese, Lindsey A. C43 ............ 40 Reese, Todd E. C13 .... 66, 70 Reeves, Kristin L. C33 .... 55, 150 Regione, Carol A. C33 .... 55,' 155 Rehm, Patti E. C43 47, 135 Reid, Murray B. C13 .... 70, 77. 93 Reid, Susan A. C43 ........ 46, 167 Reinhard, Lucy J. C23 .... .... 6 2 Reitmeyer, Michael M. C23 77, 93 Reitmeyer, Nancy M. C23 .... 62, 152 Reltmeyer, William A. C13 .... 70. 77. 93 Remeika, Debbie C43 ........,... 40 Rettberg, Gary C. C43 .... 46, 132, 136 Retten, Linda A. C23 ............ 62 Rice, Thomas K. C23 .... 77, 93 Richards, Carol A. C33 ........ 55 Richards, James H. C13 ....,,.. 70, 77. 86, 146 Richards, Jeanne M. C23 ........ 62, 133 Richart, David L. C13 ............ 70 Rickerson, Mark C23 ............ 110 Pearson, Maureen C43 ................ 47 Pearson, Neil T. C23 ........... ..... 6 2 Pearson, Rita C33 ................ 55. 57 Pecka, Karen Marie C43 ........ 39, 155, 159 Peckham, Linda A. C33 ........ 55 Pedersen, Lorraine C33 ....... 2... 55 Peifer, Stephen C. C23 ....,... 62, 131 Pelland, Anna Marie C33 .... 55, 150, 154, 158 Pelletier, Roger E. C43 ........ 47, 135 Penguilly, Kathy L. C23 ..,. ........ 6 2 Pennings, Paul D. C33 ...........-...- 55 Perkins, Raymond J. C23 ....... . 6821, Perry, David A. C33 .---.---.------- 55 Pertile, Barbara A. C43 .... 39, 141 Pesche, John K. C23 ........ 62. 77. 110 Pesche, Mark A. C43 ........ 39. 135 Peter, Michael W. C13 ........---- 70 Peter, William I-I. C33 ........ 65. 103 ,155 Peters, Kenneth A. C33 .... 83, S6 Petersen, David B. C33 .... 55. 140 Petersen, Janell M. C43 .... 39. Petersen, Jody A. C23 .-.--.-- 59. 62- 94, 95 Peterson, Laurie J. C33 ......-- ---- 5 5 Peterson, Mark A. C13 .... 70. 77 Petrovski, David M. C33 ------------ 55. 103 Petrovski, John C13 -----.-.-------- 70- 77 Petrucci, Roxanne C33 .--. 55. 142. 150, 153 Pfau, Douglas J. C13 ........ 70. 150 Pfister, David W. C23 ------- ----- 1 73 1-muipp, Marjorie C33 ........ 55, 138. 141, 142 Phillis, Susan G. C43 ........ 46. 155. 159 Philo, Gary R. C23 -..-..-------------- 62 Pickett, Ken R. C43 --..--.----- 39. S3 Plckrell, Constance C43 .... 39. 51. 160 Pickrell, Harold C33 . ....... .. 55, 166 Piepenbrink, Mark E. C43 ---- -- 40. 142, 159 Pierre, Lynn A. C23 . ---.-.. ------------ 6 2 Pilat, Rosemary J. C13 -------- 70 Pllip, Deborah A. C23 ..,......... 62 Pinoras, Gary -T. C23 -------- 62. 77 Piper, Margaret A. C13 -------- -- 70 Piper, Maureen E. C33 .. 55, 92. 165 Pirtle, Janice C43 ------------ 46. 159 Pitts, Pamela A. C23 ----------- - ---A 62 piatt, Terrance C33 ....... 2... 55. 162 Plaza, Alan H. C33 ..--...----- 55. 166 Pliska, Mary Ann M. C33 .... 55, 166 Pliska, E. Steven C23 --------..------ 62 Polgalz, Ruth E. C13 ..........--.--- 70 Polgalz, Timothy G. C33 55. 166 Pohlman, Andrew G. C13 ........---. 70 Polewko, Susan A. C23 ....-------- 62 Sauceda, Juanita C43 ................ 40 Savich, Renata D. C13 .... 70, 130, 155 Sawusch, Kenneth D. C33 . .... 55, 142, 143, 154 Saxton, Barbara C23 . ........,.,.,..,... 62 Sayre, Thomas G. C43 ........ 40, 74, 96, 98, 116, 12S Sbertoli, J'ohn Mike C33 .... 55, 110 Sbertoli, Sharon, M. C13 .... 70. 154 Scanlan, Carol A. C23 ................ 62 Schacld, Joy M. C23 ...... .. .,......... 62 Schaefer, Barbara C33 ........ 55, 155 Schaefer, Cynthia C13 ................ 70 Schaefer Steven C. C23 .... 62, 137 Schaefer, Susan K. C13 .... 71, 152 Schaefer, Suzanne C33 .............,.. 55 Schaerf, Shawn K. C13 ........ 70, 158 Schafer, Greg C13 ............ 70, 99 Schafer, Janae C23 ..................,. 62 Scheidematel, Martha C33 ........ 55 Scheck, Lawrence G. C23 .... 75, 85 Schell, Nancy M. C23 ........ 62, 87, 155 Schell, Ward J. C13 ........ 70, 77, 93 Schimmel, Laura L. C43 ........ 46 Schimmel, Mollie L. C23 ........ 59, 62, 78 Schinkowsky, Sandra C43 ........ 40 Schlnkowsky, Susan G. C23 .... 62 Schlatterer, Donald M. C21 ........ 62 Schaufman, Nancy M. C13 Schlexer, Debra L. C13 ........ 55 Schlott, David C. C33 ....... . 149, 154 : Schmelzer, Daniel L. C13 ..., 77, Schmid, William F. C23 ........ Schmidt, John R. C43 ............ Polites, Andrea C33 .... 55. 56. 87. 138. 139 Politics, James E. C13 -------- 70. 77. 93. 94 Pollard, Stephen T- C23 -.------ 62. Ponzebti, Susann A. C13 .... 70, 154 Poole, Denise L. C13 ...............--.-. 70 Porowski, James P. C23 ........ 62. 93 Porowski, Richard P. C33 ........ 55. 75, 90, 110 Porter, Ann H. C43 -------- 40. 135 Porter, Julie A. C13 ...----.--- ---- 70 Poulos, Margo A. C43 -------- 40. 159 174 RIDING CLUB OFFICERS .... 135 Rleder, Diane M. C43 .... .. 46, 137, 142, 150, 153, 163 Riecler, Geoffrey D. C23 .... 59, 62, 98, 136, 151 Riess, William L. C13 ........ 70, 77, 93, 160 RIFLE CLUB ....... ............ . ........ 1 33 Riley, Kevin C. C13 ............ 70, 77 Rindal, Karla M. C23 . ............... 62, 155, 159, 162 Rindal, Kathleen A. C13 .... 70, 155 Ringel, Steven J.' C23 .... 62, 103 Rintz, Christopher D. C23 .... 62, 77 Robb, John S. C23 ........ 62, 131 Roberts, Tom C13 .... . ............ 71 Robertson, Lynn C. C33 .. ..... . 55 Robertson, Peter M. C13 70, 104 Robinson, Laurie C33 ........ 55, 158 Roche, Kathy M. C33 .... .. 55 Rockett, Charlene C33 .. 55, 158 Rodig, Donald C. C23 .... 62, 114, 136 Rodseth, Jeanne L. C23 ........ 87 Roegner, Cathleen A. C13 .... 70 Romamemghi, Susan M. C43 40 Schmitz, Henry J. C43 70, 130 142 90, 70, 133 62, 81 47. 135 40 Schnur, Linda E. C13 ................ 70 Schoell, Rick C43 ........ 74. 110. 116, 128 Schoepke, Linda L. C43 ....... . 41, 131, 142, 151, 160 Schoell, Todd A. C13 ........ 70. 77 SCHOOL BOARD ........................ 14 Schott, Laurie A. C13 ........ 70, 152 Schowengerdt, Rich M. C23 .... 114 Sohramuk, Jeffery A. C23 ........ Schreiber, David R. C13 ........ 70. 130 Schreiber, Diane C. C13 .... ..... 70 Schroeder, John W. C13 ........ 70, 77, 99 Schroeder, Mary B. C43 ........ 28, 41, 48, 136, 141, 148, 160 Schubert, Laureen C13 ...... .. .... 70 Schulte, Richard E. C43 .... 41, 150 Schultz, Lynn A. C23 ................ 62 Schwank, Robert M. C43 ........ 41 Schwolow, Carla J. C13 ........ 70 Scofield, Marla M. C43 ..... 41, 142, 146 Scott, David P. C43 ....... ...,......... 4 1 Scudder, Nancy B. C43 ........ 46. 123, 124, 130, 136, 141 Scudder, Susan G. C23 ............ 62 Seaman, Greg SJ. C23 ............ 62, 103 Sebesta, Cindy L. C43 .... 41, 88 SECRETARIES .......................... .. 1 6 Seevers, Hlldy M. C33 ...,........ 55 Seevers, John G. C13 .... .... 7 0, 142 Segal, Linda M. C13 ........ ........ 7 0 Seller, Jeffery L. C33 ............ 103 Selan, Cindy A. C23 ........ 62, 87. 140, 155 Selleck, Jeffrey R. C43 ........ 41, 74, 90 91, 116 Selleck, Nanette M. C13 ........ 66. 70 Seltzer, Donald S. C13 ..........., 70 Sengson, Sharon K. C13 .............. 70 Sengson, Steven W. C23 ........ 62, 77 SENIOR CHOIR ..................,......... 150 SENIOR CLASS BOARD ............ 28 SENIOR LEADERS ...........,.. ....... 8 7 Sentin, Diane C. C23 .... ........ 6 2 Sepp, Linda S. C23 ......... .....,...... 6 2 Sepli. Nancy K. C13 . ....... 70, 119 Sergy, Thomas M. C23 .... 63, 132, 154 Serine, Carol C. C13 ..... ........ 7 0 Serine, Richard C43 ...... .... 4 1 Sevilla, Debra A. C23 .,..... .. 63 Sevilla, Victoria C33 ........ . ........... 55 Sexton, Lloyd C33 ...,................ 55 Shaffer, Glenn K. C23 ............ 63, 132 Shak, Fred H. C43 ........ .. ..... ,... . 41 Shanley, Mary L. C23 ..... 63, 155 Shannon, Cynthia A. C13 ........ 152 Shaw, Stephanie Ann C43 ........ 41 Sheahen, Kevin D. C23 .... 63, 93, 159 Sheehan, Michael G. C43 .... 41, 159 Sheahen, Patrick B. C13 ........ 70, 81 Sheehan, Mary S. C13 ........ 70, 154 Shepherd, Mary E. C13 ........ 70 Sherman, Barbara L. C33 .,,. 55. 152 Sherman, Denise M. C33 ,,,,,,,, 55. 142 Sherry, Mary E. C13 ........ 70, 133 Shervey, Geoffrey C. C23 ...... .. 63 Sheilcls, Deborah J. C13 ........ 70 Sheilds, Gregory L. C23 ............ 63 Short. Jay L. C23 .,......,... ....... 6 3, 74 Shotwell, William D. C23 ....... . 63, 130, 132 Shuman, Elizabeth C. C13 .--. 70 Shuman, Kristin M. C23 ........ 63 Shumate, Patricia C43 .... 41. 51 Sieferman, Janet L. C23 ........ 73. 138, 140, 162 Siegfried, April J. C33 .... 100, 142 Siemsen, Lorie A. C13 ............ 70 Simon, Linda L. C13 ...., .... 7 O Simon, Jeffery J. C23 ........ 63, 103 Simon, Linda L. C43 ........ .. 41 Simon, Lynn A. C23 ........ 63. 87. 133 Simon, Nancy E. C33 .... 55. 100. 101, 150 Simpson, John C. C23 ................ 63 Simpson, Thomas J. C13 ............ 70 Sivertsen, Laura K. C33 ........ 55 Skarra, Leslie L. C43 41. 142. 150, 151, 160 SKI CLUB ................................ 135 Skoglund, Donna J. C33 ........ 55, 79 Skolnik, Edward C33 . ..... .. 55, 132 Skolnik, Robert D. C23 ........ 63. 1 Skorvanek, Luclovik C33 ........ 55. 75, 132 Slagh, Geoffrey T. C13 ........ 70, 133 Slezak, John C33 ..... .... ................. 5 5 Slezak, Judith A. C23 ............. 63 Slinkard, Troy A. C33 ..-.-.-- 55. 74- 110 Sluka, Steven M. C23 ........ 63. 112 Small, Suzanne L. C33 ........ 55, 58. 152 Smith, Carol T. C13 ........ 70, 71 Smith, D. Craig C43 ........ 41, 90 Smith, Dane M. C13 ........ 70. 93 Srnith, Deborah A. C43 ........ 41, 131 Smith, Gail B. C33 .... ....... 5 5. 155 Smith, Joan D. C43 ........ 28, 46 Smith, Melville B. C43 .... 28, 46. 136, 142, 150, 160 Smith, Patrick P. C13 .................... 70 Smith, Sheryl A. C43 ............ 41. 134 Smith, Steve L. C33 .................... 98 Smith, Stephen M. C23 ........ 59, 151 Smith, Terry Anne C33 ---.---- 55 Smith, William R. C13 ........ 70 Snell, Gail A. C13 ........ 70, 133 Snelten, Thema. G. C43 ............ 41 Snyder, Mark J. C23 ------- -. ----. - ---- 63 Snyder. Mary C. C27 ....... . 83, lla, SOCCER CLUB .................. ...... 1 32 Socho, Diane C47 ................ .,.. 4 1 Soderstrom, Jean E. C27 ........ 63 Sokerka, .Tamln M. C17 . ...,.... 70 Solgar, Catherine M. C27 ............ 63 SOP!-IOMORE CLASS BOARD 50 Sorensen, Michael A. C37 ........ 55 Sorensen, Richard L. C27 ,..,.... 63 Southland, Robert G. C27 ........ 63 Spaeth, Charles E. C17 .... 70, 77, 93. 160 Spaeth, Tom B. C37 ........ 81, 84. SPANISH CLUB ................... , ,... 154 Spaulding, Douglas R. C17 .... 70 Spencer, Janet Sue C27 ................ 63 Spethmann, Nancy A. C47 ...,........ 41 Splekerman, Mary A. C27 ..... ....... 6 3 Splekerman, Thomas C17 .... 70, 104. Splitfi, Francis G. C17 .... 77, 93 Splltt, Marlo C37 ...,.................... 100 Splitt, Michael D. C47 .... 41, 80 Spoerleln, Alice M. C37 .... 55, 158 Stansbury, Dean P. C47 ........ 28, 41 SPRING PLAY ............................ 161 St. John, Ronald B. C27 .... 62, 75 Staajl, Michael P. C27 ........ 63, 142 Stains, Scott F. C27 ..,. 59, 63, 136 Stanczak, Ellznbeth C37 ............ 55 Stanczak, Michael W. C27 .... 635 Stanley, Ron W. C47 ..,......... 46 Starck, Bruce A. C47 .... 41, 113, Stegemeyer, Sally C47 .................... 46 114, 115, 116 Starr, Steven C47 .............,...... 41. 159 Stauder, Daniel C47 ......,..... 41, 132 Stauder, Stephanie C37 ........ 55, Sig Stebbins, Patricia L. C37 .... 55, 119. 158 Steele, Dennis M. C27 ............ 63, 131, 150 Steele, Jeffrey A. C47 ......,. .. .,... . 41 Steele, Meryl Lee J. C37 ........ 55, 150, 153 Stefanlk, Sharon M. C17 .... 70, 152 Stefanlk, Terrence S. C27 ........ 63 Stell, Janet Lynn C37 ................ Stein, Patrice E. C47 ..,.... . .... 41, Stein, William E. C27 ..... ....... 55 158 63 Steiner, Cnryn M. C17 .--.,------- 70 Steiner, Kurt J'. C13 ........ 93, 132 Steiner, Wlllbcrt J. C47 ........ 42, 142, 143, 154 Steingraber, Leal M. C17 ---.-.,- 70 Stelngraber, Scott C37 .........,.. 55, 84 Va.nVeen, John D. C47 ........ 42, 111, 112, 116, 128, 164 VanWinkle, Nancy C17 ........ 71, 152 Vasquez, Juan C17 ....... .. ....... 160 Ventrella, Michael C17 ............ 71 Vesecky, Sandy C13 ........ 71, 152 Vetter, Carol C17 ...... .. 71, 152 Vinson, Cheryl A. C27 ...,... 63 Vleck, Robert J. C47 ........ 43, 135 Vogeler, Sandy C47 .... 43, 142, 151 Vogt, Fred A. C37 ....... . 55, 140 Vogts, Nancy C17 ........ 71, 152 Volland, Lana R. C47 .... 43, 87. 88 Vollendorf, Kim D. C37 ,, ...... 55 Von Gerhard, Ralph V. C33 .... 55 Vukovich, George C17 ........ 77 86 W Wagner, Alan F. C37 ........ 56, 142, 143, 154 Wagner, Carl N. C23 .,...... 63, 142, 143 Wagner, Charmaine C13 ........ 71 Wagner, Cynthia A. C37 ........ 56, 158 Wagner, Julie C17 ........ ......... 71 Wagner, Laura C37 .... ............ 5 6 Wakely, .Tanet C17 ........... ,..1... 71 Wakely, Mary E. C27 .... ..... 6 3 Waldbuesser, Linda C47 . ........... 43 Walker, Beverly J. C47 ........ 43 Walker, Brian V. C33 .... 56, 75 Walker, Dean D. C47 ........ 47. 140 Walker, Karen C17 ..,. ....,.,......... 7 1 Walker, Timothy E. C27 1 ..... . 63 Wall, Margaret L. C37 ............ 56 Wallner, Laurel E. C37 . ....... 56, 57, 150 Wallner, Marilyn A. C27 ,... 59, 63, 151 Wallner, Todd C17 ........................ 71 Walsh, Carol C37 .,......... ......... 5 6 Walsh, Cynvthla C17 ...-........... 71 Walsh, John C47 .........,...... 43 74 Walsh, Katherine A, C47 ........ 43 Walsh, Pamela M. C37 ....,...,... 56 Walter Robert J. C27 -.-... 63, 151 Walthouse, Michael C43 ...-... 47 Ward, Kathleen A. C47 ............ 47 Ward, Kimberly S. C37 . ........... 56 Syoen, David C. C47 ........ 46, 135 Taege, .Tack A. C47 .................... 42 Talbot, Thomas J. C17 .... 70, 99 Tampa. Martin M. C17 .... 70, 99 Tarchnlv., Blll F. C37 .... 55, 155 Taylor, Deborah K. C47 .... 42, 167 Taylor, Richard L. C27 .... 63, 143 Taylor, Risann C27 ............,... 63 Temlco, Joe E. C37 ...... .. 55, 96 Tennant, Chris B. C17 .... 70, 1042 13 TENNIS ............... .. ............... 113-115 Tetrev, Edward V. C47 . ........... 42 Tetrev, Laura J. C27 ..... .. ......... 63 Teuber, Scott W. C47 ......., 42, 80, 81, 116 Teuchent Cathryn C17 ........ 66, 71 Teuchert, Deborah A. C37 .... 52. 55, 59, 136 Teuchert, Pamela J. C47 ........ 46, 111, 150, 153, 159 Thai, Jeffrey S. C27 ........ 63, 77, 110 Thal, Kevin K. C37 ., ...... 55, 75 Thalman, Deborah A. C37 ........ 55 Thalman, Gail J. C17 ........ 66. 71, 152 Thalmun, Michael J. C27 .... 83, 77 Thais, James F. C17 .................... 71 Thlclen, Barbara A. C17 .... 71 Thlelen, Lois R. C47 -.--..--.-.- 42 Thleman, Jeff S. C47 ..,..... 46, 103, 116 Thiessen, Abbe L. C47 ........ 28, 'iii Thlessen, Richard H. C27 .... 63 Thomas, Barbara E. C27 ........ 63, 88, 152 Thomas, Claudia J. C17 ........ 71 Thomas. David J. C27 .... 63, 77 Thomas, .Toy E. C37 .... 55, 158 Thomas, Virginia L. C27 ........ 63 Thompson, Deborah C17 ........ 71 Thompson, Gall A. C37 ........ 56, 133. 142, 154 'I'l'1ompson, Karen L. C47 ........ 42, 130, 131, 136 Thompson, Marjorie A. C27 .... 63 Thompson, Mary J. C17 ........ 71 Thorton, Brian E. C37 ............ 55 Thornton, Michael E. C17 .. ...... 71, 81, 86 Thorsen, Ray M. C37 .... 55, 110 Thorsson, Alan N. C17 ........ 71, 77. 86 Thorsson, Donna C47 46, 150 Thrasher, Mary K. C17 ........ 71, 155 Thrasher, Nadine D, C47 .... 42 Thut, Patricia L. C17 ........... ..... 7 1 Tibbits, Cory N. C47 V 142, 42, 143, 154 TIMETTES ........ ....... . ............... .. 87 Timm, David V. C47 ........... ..... 42 Uselcling, Cheryl T. C27 Steinman, Denise D. C47 .... 46. 150 Stenger, Susan K. C47 ....---..-.. 46 Stcnger, Walter A. Jr. C27 -.--.--- 53 Stephens, Karen L. C37 - --..---.-.. 55. 88, 152 Stevens. Charles C47 .................... 42 Stevens, Cindy C17 ................ 70 Stevens, Gary Duvld C47 --..---- 42 Stevens, James L. C17 .... 70, 77 Svtevens, Kathi Jo C27 ............ 63 Stevens, Linda L. C27 ............ 63 Stinson, Bruce A. C27 .... 63, 77 Sftlnson. Peggy A. C17 ................ 70 Sftluka, Laurie A. C17 ................ 70 Stockdale. David K. C47 ............ 42 Stockdale, Karen L. C17 --.,.--. 70 Slotfel, Harold R. C47 ........ 42. 134 Stoker, Deborah K. C47 ------.- 42 Stoker, Peggy L. C27 .... 59. 63, 136 Stoll, Jim E. C37 ........................ 55 Stollstelner, Gus R. C17 ........ 70 Stoner, Gwendolyn C17 ................ 70 Stout, Dennis L. C37 ........ 102, 103 Stout, Glenn C17 .................... 70, 134 Stratos, Chrlstopher C27 ........ 63 Stratos, Lucy A. C47 ---- '12, 134 Stratos, Marianne C17 ............ 70 Stratos, Steve C17 ....... ...... 7 0 Stratton, David R. C27 ............ 63 Strelf, Germaine G. C27 ............ 63 Stricklcr, Robert .T. C17 ........ 70, 104. Svtrnad, Jeffrey R. C17 ............ 70 Stubbs, Cheryl A. C47 .---------.. 42 Stubing, Robert L. C37 ............ 114 Sftueber, Kurt C. C17 ......----.- 70 Stueber, Thomas F. C17 .... 70, 756 S'I'UDEN'l' COUNCIL ............ 136 STUDENT FORUM .................... 130 Stull, James N. C27 ........ 03, 85 Stull, Peter A. C37 ........... ............. 5 5 Sublette, Claudia C37 ........... ..... 5 5 Suchomskl, Donald B. C17 .... 70, 77. 86 Sundeen, Janet G. C37 ........ .... . 133 Sundeen, Nancy L. C27 ........ 63. 131, 133 Sundqulst, Karen L. C27 ............ 63 Sundquist, Rlck L. C37 .... 55, 84 Sfundqulst. Sharon L. C27 ........ 63 Timm, Mark E, C17 ........ 71, 77, 93 Tlnclall, Marcia C37 ........ 55, 131, 150 Ward, Robert S. C27 .... -... 63 'Ward, Sandy C17 .................. ....... 7 1 Warnecke, Nancy C37 ............ 56 Warnecke, Robert C. C27 .... 63, 98 Warns, Michael T. C37 .....,.. 56, 90, 132, 1.62 Watland, Gregory A. C37 ........ 56, 74 Xvatson, Marcia C17 ............ 71 142, Toberman, Deborah J. C27 ,,,. 63 Toberrnan, Mark J. C37 ........ 55, 103 Tollefson, Davld J. C27 ........ 63 Tollefson, Eric C37 ........ 55. 74 Tollefson, Julie R. C47 .... 42, 118 Tonncsen, Deborah J. C37 .... 556 13 Tonnesen, Nancy L. C17 .... 71 Topalovlch, Walden C37 ........ 135 Townsend, Cathy Jo C47 .... 46. 100 Townsend, Patricia C47 ........ 47, 100 Townsend, Shelley C47 ............ 47, 87, 88 Townsend, Terri C37 ........... .... TRACK ................................ 105, Tralnu, Paulette A. C17 ........ 71, Travers, Enmdene C37 .... Tremblay, Christine C17 55, 55 106 152 100 71 Tremblay, David R. C27 63, 81 55 Tremblay, Terry C37 .. .... . surge. Thomas C47 ........ 47. 135 TRIPLE "S" OFFICERS .... 132 Trulove, Gayle C47 ............ 42, 55 Trummer, Terry E. C27 ..... 63 Tubbs, David K. C27 .... 63, 98 Turlccan, Cathy M. C47 .... 42, 88 Turlccan, Mark T. C27 ............ 63 Turner, Claudia. C37 ....... ......... 5 5 Turner, Richard N. C27 .... 63, 81 Turner. Stephen E. C17 .... 71, 77 Turney, Larry R. C47 ............ 42 U Ulrich, Judith B. C27 ........ 59, 87, 118 Umbrlenstoclc, Sandy C17 ........ 71 Underwood, Sharon L. C27 ........ 63 Urban, Nancy A. C37 ........... . 55 Urlck, Maryann C47 ........ 42, 100, 101 V Vana, Sharon C17 ........ 151 71, 130 Vanblndel, Patricia C27 ............ 63 Swanson, Jun C47 .... 42. 100, 124, 125, 140, 141 Swanson, Jill T. C17 .................... 70 Swanson, Roger C47 ........ 42, 154, 160, 162 Swauger, Yvonne D. C27 .......... .. 63 Sweeney, Michael J. C27 ............ 63 Swenson Randy R. , 427 ........ 63 SWIMISIING ...... - 102, 103, 104. Vandellen, Dale C17 .................... 71 Vandellen, Scoit C37 ..... -...- 55, 75 VandcMcrkt, John C47 .... 42, 134 Vandy, Joy C37 ............ 55, 158 Vaneli, Nancy L. C47 ........ 47, 150 Vangorp, Craig C17 ........ 71, 104 Vanhuele, Renee C17 ......... ....... 7 1 Waxstein, Marty C47 .... 43, 136. 150 Waxsteln, H. Robert C27 ........ 63 Wayman, Dave C17 .................... 71 Webb, Melissa A. C27 ............ 63 Weber, Anita M. C27 .... 63, 140, 158 VV'Hb6I'. Bodu C37 .... 56. 90. 92 Weber, Dave C17 ........ 71, 77, 93 Weber, Donald J. C27 ........ 63 Weber, Karen L. C47 ........ 43, 150 Weber, Mike C17 ........,.,......... 71 Weber, Patricia A. C47 ....,... 43, 135 Weber, Ronald W. C47 ......,..,.,.... 43 Weber, Sandra M. C37 ..... - ..... 56 Weber, Scott M. C27 ..............,. 63 Weber, Stacia A, C37 ........ 56, 136 Weber, Steven M. C27 ............ 63 Weeg, Mark C. C47 ............. -,... 43 Wehmann, David L. C37 ............ 90 Wehmann, Stephen F. C47 ........ 43, 142, 150 Weide, David E. C47 ........ 43, 135 Weidner, Helen I. C27 ....... 1... 63 Vlfeidner, Terrance A. C47 .... 43, 134 Vveidner, Vickie L. C27 ........ 63 W'eiler, MaryBeth C47 .... 43, 88 Weller, Timothy W. C27 63, 93 Wellhaussen, Sharon C37 .... 56, 58, 87, 131, 150 Wells, Doug L. C37 .,,., ...... . 56 Wells, Ken G. C47 ........................ 47 Wells, Lisa C17 .... ........... 7 1, 152 Welton, M. Bill C37 ........ 56, 74. 76, 84, 105, 116 Wendorf, Todd W. C27 .... 63, 132 lvenzel, Mary J. C37 .... 56, 135 Werfelmann, Donald C17 .... 71, 81 Werfelmann, Paul W. C47 ........ 43 Werner, Carol E. C37 ............ 56 Westphal, Christine C37 .... 56, 155 Westphal, Linda S. C47 .... 43, 122, 151 Wetton, Kerry E. C47 .... 47, 149 Wheaton, June C37 ............... ..... 56 Wheeler, Lynne M. C37 ........ 56 White, Dan C17 ............ 71, 99 White, David J. C37 ........... .. ....... 56 Whiting, Sharon K. C27 .... .... 63, 95. 143 Whitnell, Jeff C17 ........ 71, 90, 92 Whittaker, Janet C17 ........ 71, 152 Whittier, Susan B. C47 .... 43, 150 Wickstrom, Lorie R. C37 .... 56, 88, 132 Wiederhold, Kevin R. C27 .... 63 Wiedez-hold, Kyle C47 ..... ...... . 47 Wiegel, Karen M. C27 ........ 63 Wiegel, Richard J. C37 ........ 56 Wilbins, Michael K. C47 ............ 43, 110, 116, 146 Wilblns, Peggy A. C37 ............ 56 Wilke, Linda C. C27 ................ 158 Wilkinson, Dorinda C47 ........ 43, 134 Will, Timothy S. C37 .... 56, 84 Will, Trevor J. C47 ........ 43, 83, 140, 160 Willcox, Slteven C. C27 ........ 63 Williams, Brian K. C27 ...... .. 63 Williams, Charles C17 ............ 71 Williams, Janet .T. C37 ............ 56 Williams, Nancy A. C17 .... 71 Williams Ray W. C37 . ....... 56 Williams Rhys C27 ................ 77 Williams Robert B. C47 .... 43, 142, 143, 154 Wilmont, George C17 ....... ..... 71 Windheim, Cathie L. C17 ........ 71 Wilson, Bob W. C47 .... 43, 90. 91, 166, 167 Wilson, Cynthia R. C27 .... 63, 129, 136 Wilson, Jean M. C37 .... 56. 117 Wilson, Richard C. C27 .... 63 Wilson, Robert W. C47 ........ 43, 97 Wlndbigler, Kathy C17 ........ 71, 152 Wiudheim, Christie A. C27 .... 59, 63, 66 Wingert, Heidi J. C17 ..........,. 71 Winston, Beth Ann C27 ...... .. 63 Winter, Amy C17 ,.... 66, 71, 152 VVINTER PLAY 1 ..... 1..- ......... ,. 148 Winters, Beth A. C37 ........ 56 Wirka.. Mary M. C37 .... 56, 122 Witcher, Kathleen H. C47 .... 47 Witt, Robin E. C47 ,...v... 43, 146 Wojtkiewlcz, James P. C27 .... 63, 98, 132 Wolff, Lawrence J. C37 ........ 56 Wolod, William C47 .... 28, 43, 112, 136 Wolters, Bob C27 .......... .............. 7 4 Wood, Randall C17 .... 71, 104 Wood, Katherine C37 .... 56, 100 Woods, Anne M. C37 ............ 87, 136, 151 Woods, Creston L. C27 .... 63, 112 Woods, Gayle C37 ........ 56, 136 Woods, Theresa M. C27 .... 63, 140 Xvoolsoncraft. John M. C17 .... 71 Worman, Mark C27 .,....,,.,.,........ 63 Worthington, Mark C17 .... 71, 86 Woss. Raymond P. C47 .... 43, 134 Wotruba, Barbara C47 ...... ...... 4 4 Woulf, Philip C37 ........... ................. 5 6 Wray, Barbara C37 .... 56, 117, 118, 119 Wray, Laura A. C47 .... 44, 118, 119, 138, 158 Wray, Sue C17 ........ 71, 130, 152 Wren, Bill C17 ........................ 71 WRESTLING ...........,........,....... 90-03 Wright, Mary B. C27 ............ 63 Wuestenfeld, Lisa A. C27 ..., 63, 135, 140 Wulbecker, Jeffrey A. C27 .... 63. 110 Wunderle, Douglas C37 ........ 56 Wysockl, Jeff C37 ............ 56, 142 Y Yarno, Alice M. C27 ..,....,.... .... 63 Yarno, Bruce E. C27 ..,,....,... 63 Yeazel, James C37 .........,. .... ..... 5 6 Yedor, Robert C17 , ....... 71, 77, 104 Yee, Mayjean C27 ........ 63, 151, 158 Yelavich, Leeann M. C27 .... 63, 130, 158 Yonkers, Christine C37 .... 56, 87, 152 Yore, Michael C37 ........... ..,... 5 6 Yorke, Mary C37 ............,,..,....... 56 Yorke, Michael K. C47 ...,.... 116 Young, Dominique C27 ............ 63 Young, Bill C17 ................ 71, 77 Z Zacharias, Barb C17 ........,...,... 71 Zacharias, Donald C47 ...........,,... 74 Zachwieja., Joan M. C27 ,...,... 63 Zachwieja., Valerie J. C47 ........ 44 Zaletanski, Fred C17 ..........., 71 Zaucha, Kathleen M. C27 .... .... 6 3 63 Zeller, Pamela A. C27 ,,.,.,,,,,,,,,,, V Zelm, Richard J. C17 .... 71, 77, 133 Zimanzl, Jill A. C27 ........,...... . 63 Zimanzl, Tim H. C17 ........,,.,,,,, 71 Zimmer, Joan C37 ........... ., ..... 56 Zitzer, Coleen C37 ..... ...... 5 6 Zlzek, Karen C17 ....... .......... 7 1 Zoellick, Pattie C37 ....... ....... . ...... 5 6 Zonsius, David C37 ........ 103, 142 175 Arlington Through The Age Of 19 0-1971 To originate a unique and refreshing yearbook, having fifty years of heritage to follow, was a challeng- ing task. Much effort was made to create a yearbook that would be able to join previous award winners. Much time was spent coordinating necessary functions and meeting pressing deadlines. Nothing could have been accomplished without the experienced aid from chief enthusiast Mr. Robert Boesel. Thanks also goes to Mr. Norman Semmelroth of Associates Engraving Company and Mr. David Mc- Connell of Benton Review Publishing Company for their assistance and patience. Root Photographers is thanked for all pictures with the exception of the Var- sity basketball team picture fcourtesy of Paddock Pub- licationsj and one Cardette picture Qcourtesy of Ray Hollenbachj. Thanks also goes to Kris Rongner for the theme and in memoriam copy poetry. A big thanks goes to the hour staff for their tremendous effort in mass caption, copy, and head writing. Thanks again to all that made this golden volume possible. Robert Boesel, Sponsor Susan Pace, Copy Editor CynDee Kort, Picture Editor H our Nancee Dalley Lynn Gray Kathy Koclanis Andrea Polites 176 Staff M em b ers Semester Pam Burkhardt Sue Lasher Ann Lockwood Pam Miller Cindy Sebesta A ftrrr-.S'c1z00l Mary Nowak iviargie Phillip Kris Rongner Milan Savich Jan Sieferman Nancy Sundeen Laura Wray


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