Edison High School - Edisonian Yearbook (Lake Station, IN)
- Class of 1971
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1971 EDI SON IAN EDISON HIGH SCHOOL EAST GARY, INDIANA VOL U ME XXX Table of Contents Theme 4-5 Opening Section 6-13 Events 14-25 Clubs 26-45 Studies 46-63 Sports 64-97 People 98-147 Ads 148-164 3 4 Seasons pass swiftly and another year has come and gone. Each season, filled with memories, is represented in pic- ture. These pictures stay new, though years grow old. The reign of a Senior is short-lived compared to the wait- ing expectations of a Freshman. Each Senior will remem- ber the friendship, accomplishments, and knowledge attained in his brief four years. Underclassmen will have this and more years in which to recall high school memories. The Edisonian has attempted to capture the story of the year with pictures of the people and events that made this year special. 5 Returning for the Last Time New Arrivals r Cherished Homecoming Memories Remain An Exciting moment in one’s life Interested students showing their pride. Homecoming was a time to display school spirit. Sophomore hall won decorators’ honors and school colors were proudly displayed in the other halls. The Senior float. “As the spit turns, the ingot burns” placed first. The queen candidates were stunning as they arrived on the field in cars. Each candidate was escorted by an E-Man. Brenda Rock was chosen queen. The jubilant students celebrated their victory the follow- ing evening with a victory dance, “The Age of Aquarius.” A slower pace is enjoyed by being together The enchantment of the evening shared by couples. Pam Darne ll Michy Derado Peggy Honkoski Sherril Larimore Left to right are; Pam Darnell Sherril Larimore, Brenda Rock, Michy Derado, and Peggy Honkoski. Shirley Revers, Dave Johnson, Teresa Ballard, and Bob Ring express their talents of dancing at the homecoming dance A Night Filled with Dreams Come True Bill Steen, Debbie Smynak, Diane Rosser, and Chuck Sgheuer enjoy a romantic evening. Ronnie Rambo, Dave Redar, Mike Rubino, and Carol Hartley all help with the preparations before Prom Time. Mrs. Gleason chats with the young Cinderelas at the prom. Fountain” The big event of the night, the grand march. Couples taking their turn at passing the fountain. Couples waiting for their turn in the Grand March. Kathy Paulk and Rod Mitrisin pause for a moment of seriousness. The Juliets waiting for their Romeo. Students Enjoyed Reliving the Past These girls were the cynosure of all eyes. Denise Potts counting the proceeds of the evening. Christmas Program Was Enjoyed by All The cast of " The Christmas Play” written by Michelle Shimel. “Please Santa don ' t forget to bring me a dolly” Trudi Svetanoff and Sandy Cannon show their dramatic talents. Jan Notes entertain the students at the Christmas convocation. The Trust Company gets the point across in their music. 25 I " don ' t hate - communicate ' ' I T Mr. Kaynes takes time to congratulate the graduates. B. Coleman anxiously awaits the traditional service. Mrs. Brady gives the girls some last minute instructions. Leonard Williams, valedictorian, speaks for the last time in front of his class. Salutatorian, Vicki Reames is in the final phase of her well earned position. Student Council Works Toward Progress Student Council: ROW .• S. Cannon, S. Zobrowski, K. Bayer, T. Rosser, D. Herring, B. Cannon, P. Hoyt, K. Cook, L. Bellar, J. Kingery. ROW II: K. Travis, J. Novkovic, B. Rock, D. Mercier, D. Potts, T. Watts, P. Odinsoff, A. Ennis, B. Moore, M. Shimel, C. Hartley, D. Templeton. ROW III: R. Haney S. Lundy, M. Havrilla, J. Rock, F. Hampton, N. Novakovich, J. Ring, D. DufFee, A. Norman, B. Humenik, M. Dobyns, V. Kosinski, P. Barth. This year Student Council president was John Rock. This was the first time in all the years of Edison High School for a Junior to led the Council. One of the main projects of Student Council was the annual Homecoming Victory Dance, “Age of Aquarius”. Student Council started a project to raise money for a fan bus. They have also began discussing the topic of having a student lounge. Student Council has developed two more committees to help improve our school. The Student Advisory Committee will discuss student problems, while the Building and Ground’s Committee will tackle the problems of school parking, littering, and general clean-up of our school. Student Council Officers are J. Rock, Pres; A. Norman, Vice-Pres; B. Cannon, Sec; V. Kosinski, Tres; D. Hampton, Parliamentarian. Honor Society Officers: ROW 1: Doug Twilla, Parliamentarian; Bill Ring, Vice President; Jim Wilkins, Treasurer; ROW 2: Cathy Famey, Secretary; Sherril Larimore, President. Inductees: ROW I: M. Adamic, B. Blossom, P. Bobrowski, W. Coffman, K. Cook, B. Darosky, J. Hughes, D. Ellis, S. Grishka; ROW 2: C Hartley, D. Hughes, A. Mazur, M. Maureau, W. Rey, B. Rock; J. Rock, D. Stokes, R. Wahlsmith, J. Wolfe. Juniors, Seniors Prepare for Future Senior D.EC.A. ROW I:S. Revers, S. Goodwin, D. Chapman, D. Lash, F. Rappatta, J. Huber, M. Vaughn. ROW II: M. Lawhead, K. Bingham, B. Black, J. Rosendaul, B. Higgins, J. Farrar, T. Bingham, R. George, C. Saladin, R. Lindsey. Junior D.E.C.A. ROW I: S. Buchanan, J. Nockovic, D. Gillette, N. Mojica, A. Malabovic, J. Scasny, S. Anderson, M. Vrska, S. Dover. ROW II: M. Barnes, S. Clay, D. Robb, C. Williams, K. Pilnock, F. Potts. ROW 111:1. Paxton, M. Garzella, J. O’Daniel, C. Nixon, D. Ellis, R. Watson, S. Grishka, M. Willoughby, D. Heflen, M. Handley, G. Bowen. Science Club Officers: S. Shroll, V.P.; Dale Ellis, Pres; R. Wahlsmith, Sec; Debbie Remaley, Treas. Mr. Webdell shows Jerry Gruett and Steve Strinchak the basic ideas for disecting on the fetal pig. Science Club, ROW I. A. Bundy, P. Soria, D. Remaley, J. Williams, A. Gregory, S. Lindsey, S. Anthony, D. Shawver. ROW 2: C. Hennings, M. Petro, J. De Vaney, C. Howell, A. Mendelsohn, L. Pustik, C. Wolfe, C. Duies. ROW 3: C. Johnston, M. Williams, P. Bobrowski, D. Hughes, D. Beres, L. Eaton, B. Darosky, M. Kurpis, M. Gee, C. Hartley, D. Henry, S. Comstock, R. Famey. ROW 4: J. Lachovitch, D. Steen, S. Larimore, R. Monda, C. Famey, D. Overbay, R. Wahlsmith, J. Gaza, L. Vogel, P. Honkoski, L. Long, K. Michaels. ROW J; Quinn Wolfe, M. Fredericks, R. Kupke, V. Paulk, H. Harman, R. Sherowsky, J. Armitage, R. Franks, K. Sunberg, C. Martin, S. Shroll, R. Goldsmith. ROW 6: R Shudick, M. Burdett, D. Ellis, B. Cargile, T. Cargile, G. Zupko, J. Frame, J. Frame, V. Wahlsmith, T. Cannon, J. Mucha. French Club: K. Michaels, C. Duies, P. Davis, G. Haney, M. Lackovitch, J. Miller. ROW 2: Mrs. Owens, S. Marceau, M. De Maria, S. Zborowski, I. Schmelzer, C. Johnston, S. Shroll, K. Cook, S. Anthony, S. Willoughby, J. Miller. ROW 3: C. Hinkle, R. Kupke, D. Stokes, M. Gee, T. Sisson, P. Bobrowski. ROW 4: V. Wahlsmith, C. Martin, D. Potts, M. Burdett, M. Willoughby, J. Davis, C. Brock, L. Eaton. French Club Officers; Sharon Zborowski, President; Ingrid Schmelzer, Sec-Treas. 32 V. Henke, M. Williams are filling baskets for the needy. B. Rock, T. Gibson, D. Shawyer are contributing their share. Oun „ • 1 k i lL ' (ouijhi Sunshine Society Officers: RafTy Datsko, S. Shroll, V. Henke, B. Rock, M. Williams. 0 k UEEDV FAMILY H. Q MERRY CHR1STM 33 Students Preparing for Their Future F.T.A.: ROW I: R. Shudick, R. Livingston, B. Miller, V. Paulk, C. Hennings, J. Kackos, D. Hughes. ROW II. D. Breckman, C. Hartley, R. Goldsmith, C. Duies. ROW III: B. Darowsky, M. Mize, M. Gee, I. Schmelzer, S. Marceau, D. Stokes. FT. A. Officers: President, J. Kingery; Secretary, E. Miller; Treas. D. Hughes. Home Economics Club: ROW I: S. Garrard, P. Powell, P. Fritts, K. Cook, C. Foster, D. Rice; ROW 2. -P. Allen, S. Law, D. Gillette, S. Rich, S. Talbert, R. Schlichting, Mrs. Dukes (Spon.); ROW 3: V. Cox, C. Kozak, D. Bildilli, N. Bushemi, M. Havrilla, C. Conklin, A. Mazur. Home Economics Officers: President, M. Havrilla; Vice- President, K. Cook; Secretary, D. Gillette; Treasurer, Rowena Crofton. Art Club: ROW 1:1. Bianco, J. DeVaney, K. Guess, P. Hursey, D, Herring; ROW 2: D Kingery, K. Bayer, R. Homyak, M. Handley, B. Ronk, P. Barth, J. Coppinger; ROW 3: F. Morrill, C. Thome, R. Roll, N. Novakovich, F. D’Alaisio, M. Willoughby, Mr. Smith (Spon.) J. Stearns and C. Groves show their a bility in art. R. Hodges, J. Helmacy, and L. Branshaw work on their art projects. Pep Club Has Enthusiasm of Students Pep Club Officers T. Lee, Vice Pres; P. Homyak, Pres; J. Gaza, Sec. Seniors display their pepability. tsand Officers: A. Norman, Pres; J. Davis, V. Pres; K. Sunberg, Treas. Band performing for students and parents. 37 ( ) a cs £ E £ o o dzz Q Q . O £ fe.g O C 5 C § « s. : s l • . -8 c ,5 • U - c °5 j: o 3 O (A 3 j= U- -£ O O ' M ■S O-c «u i - ' 1 - 1 ’ . £P te 2 p » c ! £ 3 - 1 c c Ci « 8 g „- c s e J j£ S .c js SB Jw f-y , a °S -; .a c . 03 0 «5 « i . oo oa g c c . o s 55 OZ O 52 £ 2 :» £ s « . . c r sb UU. 3 . ■ = r : 1 c j= 2 -rtt- E .o j fjs j oz ■.«•- ' c j a -S :-S s !-. g.§ !• £ 3 i £ ;a -s£ ‘ J w « £ .§ ' 5 - “ Sj « 2 IO fe £o . Q 0 O ' i !?“ 8 “ Z ir CL 5 « 1 •§? c, rl -3 to . J 1 ! 1 I « £ i ab .2 I V) Q : -; 38 Cultivated Talent Turns into Music Practice makes perfect! Mr. Hedstrom conducts the Band. C. Johnson enjoys playing the basoon. Choir, Band Presenting Their Talents 40 u e ig ss . =gu J.sf C . « == 3 = O UJ a ' n Z : D Z « -g 0 j | £ £SS 1 E s $ U u 5 % a I :§. £ ' £2 o ■o a ( S c 5 ' J« .Q 8 :§lH 2 « CO b: « g S n ' I . SJK s uj i ’ . r I C 3 «C . O C | Q. 5 a g Scc Si 2 i ► OO w c • •2 O 5 • 5 i ij? »i -■ j i ' Q 50 u „ — i 1 2 I Q C as Bu - I 1 I 1 Q 1 p Co 41 Choir I: ROW 1: D. Rice, B. Newby, K. Christakis, M. McGaughy, D. Johnson, L. Gray, N. Young, K. Michaels, R. Whitledge, V. Ryan. ROW II: R. Haney, S. Smith, A. Black, D. Pointer, D. Carter, D. Stokes, D. Rappatta, S. Cloyd, K. Travis, K. Seagle, ROW III: D. Hobbs, J. Witka, M. Mendez, R. Kludt, S. Lundy, J. Miller, L. Eaton, C. Kozak, S. Mischan, V. Karagianidis, C. Boznak. Mr. Johnson directing the choir. 42 Edison’s Choir is now under the direc- tion of Mr. Carl Johnson, who led the Junior High “Up With People” singing group two years ago. In October the Choir sold candy, and by selling 300 copies of their Christmas al- bum, the Choir made a $200 profit. The band and choir combined their efforts to present a concert for the public in the gym. A Madrigal Dinner and concert was sponsored by the Choir at the Ramada Inn. At Crown Point, the Choir participated in the Choral Festival, and in April the complete Choir competed in the Choir contest. A Pop Concert was presented to the public by both the band and choir. “The Boyfriend”, a musical, was presented on May 21 and 22. Freshman Choir Officers: D. Rappatta, D. Segal, S. Lundy, L. Eaton, V. Karaginidis, D. Travis. Advance Choir Officers: J. Novkovic, Robe Mistress; L. Bellar, Sec.; H. Mojica, Treas.; C. Sears, V. Pres.; D. Smith, Pres. 43 Staff Shows Yearbooks Can Be Fun Yearbook Staff: C. Hartley, B. Fernandez, N. Bushemi, R. Monda, S. Larimore, M. Derado, S. Vanderlin, D. Rosser, M. Hopkins, D. Steen, E. Wineinger, M, Mize, P. Honkoski, M. Havrilla, D. Dunahoo, M. Shimel. Eagle Feathers Staff: ROW I: A. Gregory, B. Cannon, S. Zborowski, S. Comstock, S. Shroll, J. Williams. ROW II: D. Mercier, D. Potts, P. Winrotte, D. Overbay, D. Stokes. ROW III: S. Holman, A. Childers, B. Fernandez, M. Burdett, R. Spencer, C. Johnson, N. Bushemi. 45 STUDIES The Study of Mathematics, Like the Nile, Begins in Minuteness, but Ends in Magnificence. c. c. Caiton: Lacon (1820) Double, Double Toil and Trouble; Fire Burn and Cauldron Bubble Act IV Scene I Mac Beth ■■ A Man is Worth as Many Men as He Knows Languages. Charles V Holy Roman Empire The Government is Us; We Are the Government , You and I. T. Roosevelt (1902) Business is the Salt of Life. Thomas Fuller (1732) Let Each Man Pass His Days in that Wherein His Skill is Greatest. S. A. Pro pert uis (54BC-AD 2) The Human Body is a Watch, a Large Watch Constructed with . . . Skill and Ingenuity. L’ Homme Machine (1748) The True Writer is Much, but the True Reader is Something Likewise. Trevelyn SPOR TS 1970 Reserve Football Team. ROW 1: B. Pankey, R. Kemp, A. Hartley, D. Johnson, L. Henninger, J. Greet. ROW 2. T. Gibson, J. Derr, M. Walhman, J. Ellis, T. Dunn, M. Garzella. ROW J; Coach Gilbert Hamilton, H. Mendez, B. Cargile, L. Courtney, E. Arzola, B. Deering, and D. Safstrom. The 1970 Fighting Eagles enjoyed their best season since 1965 when they were also 4 and 5. Several school records were broken and the team did remarkably well consider- ing the fact they dropped their first four to Portage, North Judson, Wirt, and Calumet. The Eagles evened their record to 4 and 4 with four straight wins, but finished the season on the downside by losing to Mishawaka-Marian. The Eagles will be losing the following seniors: Bill Ring, Jeff Martin, Monty Miller, Darrell Hampton, Mike Rubino, Hipolito Mojica, Mark Dwyer, Mike Douglas, Ed Mendez, Roger Ash, and Nick Novakovich. The coaching staff will be blessed with the following re- turning lettermen: Garry Szostek, Bob Huminik, Ron Dixon, Tom Hodge, John Rock, Pete Odinsoff, Clay Green, Jim Hinkle, Terry Barth, Buddy Faurote, John Mullen, and Roger Szostek. 1970 Varsity Football Team. ROW 1. P Odinsoff, R. Ash, H. Mojaca, M. Miller, M. Dwyer, J. Martin, M. Goodwin, C. Grren, M. Douglas. ROW 2. Coach Gilbert Hamilton, J. Hinkle, B. Ring, J. Rock, R. Szostek, B. Humenik, J. Mullen, M. Rubino, C. Nixon, G. Szostek, and Coach Jerry Neal. ROW 3. Coach Larry Pohlman, R. Spencer, D. Hampton, T. Hodge, N. Novakovich, B. Faurote, J. Ring, R. Borisinko, R. Dixon, T. Barth, and Coach Jerry Vlasic. Fighting Eagles’ defense moves in for a tackle. 4 Game Streak Brings Season to 4 — 5 v - 159 06 2 o 8 I 10 C M Good sideline work brings good results as shown by the scoreboard. Victory Eg Homecoming Coach Larry Pohlman demonstrates to the team during fall practice. hr B ft Mj - ■ mmE ' f - r I mSI Sr f ' . V ■ T V if M jj a A i JLL l X ' gBrS! 1970 Freshman Team ROW 1: M. Martin, M. Dillingham, D. Kolosci, B. Webber, R. Coleman, B. Witka, H. Mendez, S. Ennis, J. Milchak ROW 2: D. Claar, M. Skarja, J. Korpak, D. Hopkins, D. DufTee, D. Bryan, R. Stone, D. Guebert, L. Gray. Mick Sohovich won the Most Valuable Runner Award for 1970. Mick had a total of 815 points, followed by Tom Butler with 730 points. JilrTI T i m V 1 l ' 1 rr .. f K 1 8 r M T P II ' . • V 1970 Cross Country Team ROW 1: R. Rambo, T. Butler, M. Sohovich, G. Schovich. ROW 2: Robb, H. Morgan, R. Roll, M. Lewandowski, J. Rowan, D. Breckman, and Coach Ronald Blake. 70 EG Harriers Run 8 — 11 Season Record Sophomore Rex Roll runs his way to the finish line pursued by three opposing runners. Sophomore Jim Rowan anticipates the fin- ish line. Seniors Mick Sohovich and Tom Butler pursue the leading harrier. The Eagle seven are off to a flying start. Spirit by the coaching staff helps win ball games. Senior guard Tom Butler makes his move for another bucket adding to his season total of 425. Sohovich Named MVP for Tournament!! 1970-71 Fighting Eagles, ROW 1: D. Breckman, M. Lewandowski, R. Rambo, M. Kraynak, T. Butler, P. Todosijevic. ROW 2: Coach Russ Marcinek, K. Renn, B. Faurote, M. Bona, M. Sohovich, T. Hodge, and B. Fernandez. ■ FUTi I TB . i 1 i f I | 71 1 12 1 1 32 fjwi W 14 iaa V m ’ B 0 i r 7 • V L » • 1 ¥ i. J V V kti Jl Jj w 1970-71 Reserve Team. ROW 1. A. Hartley, H. O’Rourke, J. Lubeck, H. Morgan, D. Johnson. ROW2.B Cargile, L. Courtney, J. Ring, D. Duffee, J. Busch, R. Borisenko, T. Barth and Coach Bill Poe. This is the Mike Bona WITH Platformate. A shout of encouragement is helpful to the J. V. players who managed an 8 — 12 season record. EG Eagles Manage 10 — 11 Season Record A pre-game talk is ego-building for the varsity. Following the talk, the Eagles pulled-off a 57—56 victory. The 1970-71 Varsity basketball final season record was 10 — 11. The Eagles went from a loss to Hobart, at the begin- ning of the season, to a loss against E. C. Washington in the first game of the sectionals. The final score against Washington was 71—39, with Tom Butler scoring 32 of East Gary’s 39 points. Two of the Eagles’ highlights came during the East Gary Holiday Tournament. The Eagles defeated Whiting in the first game, 82 — 58, before slipping by River Forest, 76 — 71 in the championship game. Senior forward Mick Sohovich was awarded the Most Valuable Player Award for the tournament. Second in voting was Dennis Leonard of River Forest. Individual Statistics Scoring Leader— T. Butler (457) Rebounding Leader — B. Faurote Free-Throw Leader — M. Sohovich Shooting Percentage — T. Hodge Most Assists — T. Butler Sophomore guard Art Hartley dribbles past Horace Mann defender. Supreme concentration is important on the bench. Gary Mann was shown that the Eagles can make a lay-up if necessary. J XI sjgBs A .. l 1 Vfcfc SMl Steve Fritz! 1970-71 Reserve Wrestling Team: ROW 1: G. Stout, J. Ramsey, M. Dillingham, J. Mendez, J. Guess, R. Kary, K. Guess. ROW 2: Coach Ike Halashak, J. Ro- wan, J. Pilnock, D. Harness, J. Smith, D. Wilkins, H. Mendez, and G. Gregory. The Eagle grapplers battled for a 3 — 10 — 2 season despite their fine start. Moving up to head-coach position was Steve Fritz. Ike Halashak filled the ranks of assistant coach and led his reserve matmen to a 4 — 6 — 1 season. Coach Fritz will have the following return- ing lettermen: Tim Bonner, Bob Kary, Dale Ball, Joel Martin, Rick Kemp, Glenn Batista, Danny Fazekas, Pete Cheneler, Roger Szostek, Clay Green and Chuck Nixon. The only seniors that will be gra- duating from the wrestling team are Ron Tomowski, Dan Tucker and Harry Har- man. 1970-71 Varsity Wrestling Team: ROW 1: D. Ball, J. Martin, R. Kemp, G. Batista, T. Bonner. ROW 2. M. Wahlman, C. Nixon, C. Green, B. Lambert, T. Mur- ray, R. Szostek, P. Cheneler, D. Ttlcker, M. Skarja and Coach Steve Fritz. Sophomore Roger Szostek is awarded two points on his way to another 145 pound victory. Another Edison Grappler shows his su- premacy on the mat; this time it’s Joel Martin. The finish has come as the official pre- pares to slap the mat to signify an Eagle pin. Senior Darrell Hampton moves closer to the opposition for the kill. Senior Dale Johnson (70) tips a hurdle but still shows good form. Track Completes Year on Bright Side Senior (70) power is displayed by Hurdler Rotco Novkovic. A long run nears its end for Junior John Rock. Rotco Novkovic displays his hurdling talents during a spring meet. 1970 Eagle Track Team: ROW 1: J. Patterson, L. Crofton, J. Derr, J. Wolfe, D. Fazekas, D. John- son, R. Williamson, J. Gruett. and M. Douglas. ROW 2: Coach Larry Pohlman, R. Rambo, M. Spencer, R. Roll, B. Faurote, J. Busch, R. Szostek, J. Rock, J. Mullens, D. Littlefield and Coach Jim Hurst. Senior Ron Rambo proves that a good start will win the meet. Relay Team Sets New School Record Finishing his run is Rotco Novkovic. 81 Second Baseman Jeff Martin takes his mighty swing at the ball. Jeff led the team in least number of strikeouts in conference games with no strikeouts. He also led is sacrifices. The bench played an important part in the success of the season. It gave everybody something to sit on. Rich Sohovich rounds first base after a solid hit to right field. Sliding is an important part of a game, here demonstrated by Stuart Hoskins. Center-fielder Mike Rubino catches his breath after stretching a double into a three-bagger. A home-run bound ball is hit by Mike Rubino. Interest on the bench blooms during the Eagle half of the inning. Coach Art Hartley was pleased with the season record of 16 — 3—1. The Fighting Eagles baseball team of 1970 had one of its best seasons ever, 16 — 3. The Eagles averaged 7 runs per game while yielding an average of 3 runs. The Eagles’ pitching came through like wild-fire as three no-hitters were pitched during the year against Hobart, Merrillville, and Chesterton. State Championship hopes were shattered when Wirt beat Edison, 9 — 0, in the third game of Sectionals. Coach Art Hartley had the returning Lettermen to start the 1971 season: T. Butler, M. Dwyer, T. Hodge, B. Huminek, M. Lawhead, M. Rubino, M. Sohovich, G. Szostek, P. Todosijevic, and D. Twilla. The Seniors that were lost to the 1970 Graduation were: T. Lewandowski, S. Hoskins, D. Chadwick, B. Butler, R. Sohovich, and L. Gapinski. Base-Umpire moves in on a play to get a better view of Tom Butler’s slide. 1970 Reserve Baseball Team: ROW 1: B. Pankey, H. O’Rourke, D. Johnston, W. Coffman, P. Odinsoff, C. Johnson, W. Josyln ROW 2: Coach Steve Fritz, D. Robb, B. Cargile, M. Kraynak, S. Brown, M. Lewandowski, H. Morgan, B. Parker. EG Pitching Brings Season to 16 — 3 — 1 1970 Eagles ' Baseball Team: ROW 1: B. Humenik, L. Gapinski, D. Twilla, P. Todosijevic, B. Ring, T. But- ler, D. Chadwick, and H. Harman. ROW 2:Coach Art Hartley, D. Coleman, M. Dwyer, J. Martin, G. Szos- tek, J. Helmecy, R. Ash, M. Lawhead and B. Fer- nandez. ROW 3. R. Harman, S. Hoskins, R. Sohovich, T. Lewandowski, M. Sohovich, T. Hodge, B. Butler, M. Rubino, and S. Grishka. c 1970 Golf Team KNEELING: M. Argyelan, T. Moore, P. Havard. STANDING: W Rey, R. Buchanan, M. Bona, B. Kania, J. Hinkle. Mike Bona was the top medalist during 1970. Mike broke two school records. Mark Argyelan shows his form during a few pre-season swings. E-Men ROW I: D. Ball, J. Martin, R. Williamson. ROW 2: Mr. Hamilton (Sponsor), E. Mendez, G. Sohovich, R. Ash, D. Breckman, P. Odinsoff, H. Harman, M. Argyelan, L. Henninger. ROW 3: B. Fernandez, T. Barth, M. Dwyer, J. Hinkle, D. Twilla, J. Peterson, M. Burdett, M. Douglas, G. Szostek. ROW 4: M. Curtis, B. Ring, B. Humenik, J. Mullen, M. Lewandowski, D. Hampton, M. Rubino, H. Mojica, P. Todosijevic, R. Szostek. ROW 5: R. Rambo, R. Dixon, J. Ring, M. Sohovich, M. Bona, N. Novakovich, T. Hodge, R. Borisenko, R. Roll. Left: E-Men Club secretary Harry Harman. Right: E-Men Club vice-president Gary Szostek. 87 Dogs practice fetching. Carter asks Miss Black America, Mary Novkovic, for the first dance. GAA Field Hockey Team: ROW I: C. Hartley, A. Gregory, C. Duies, T. Gibson and R. Reams. ROW 2: T. Rosser, C. De Haven, P. Waggle, T. Lee, D. Kingery, J. Comstock, L. Morrill. ROW 3: C. Henke, D. Henry, B. Henke, E. Miller, L. Morrill, M. Dobyns, T. Ballard, H. Bradley, C. Moffett, Coach Miss Roy. Volleyball B Team. ROW I:L. Morrill, D. Gruett, D, Jackson. P. Fritts, D. Kakos. ROW 2: C. Olson, D. Million, M. Krupis, L. Eaton, BACK 3: D. Lewandowski, V. Wahlsmith. D. Jackson displays her talents in “B " Volleyball Volleyball A. Team. ROW 1: C. Hartley, C. De Haven, T. Ballard, T. Lee ROW 2: D. Bobrowski, P. Waggle, D. Henry, W. Snawder ROW 3 . • H. Bradley, M. Dobyns, E. Miller, Coach Miss Roy. L. Morril tries to hide behind the net. C. Hartley puts one over. C. Olson stretches during a volleyball game. GAA Basketball A Team. ROW 1: R. Wahlsmith, H. Bradley, L. Soria, F. O ' Rouke, C. De Haven. ROW2.C. Hartley, M. Krupis, E. Miller, S. Kenke, M. Dobyns, E. Rebeck, Coach Miss Roy. GAA Reserve Basketball Team: ROW 1: C. Hinkle, C. Duies, P. Soria, D. Gruett, C. Olson. ROW 2: D. Jackson, T. Sissin, V. Wahlsmith, J. Frame, P. Guess, V. Paulk, L. Morrill, Coach Miss Roy. On the uneven bars in gym class, J. Nockovic displays her routine. Showing graceful moves on the balance beam, is D. Henry Demonstrating a manuever is P. Bobrowski on the uneven bars. M. Krupis gracefully dances on the balance beam. nr 1 - T J Miss Roy starts relay races. L. Morrill attacks the mats for a jump. V. Henke takes a deep breath before throwing a softball. D. Million watches an opponent warm up. il L| — 4 M. Dobyns bats the volleyball with her back turned. “Raid” is yelled and freshman girls become initiated. C. De Haven dribbles for a basket. S. Shroll throws a baseball for distance. C. Hartley displays her talents at field hockey. J. V. Cheerleaders: FRONT ROW: Terri Gibson, and Cassie Duies. BACK ROW: Sharon Bobrowski, Vicki Paulk, and Marge Kurpis. Freshman Cheerleaders: FRONT ROW: Linda Moore, Jackie Rebeck, Paulette Frittz, BACK ROW: Jane Lackovitch, and Gina Haney. 98 99 Pride and Integrity Lead to Success East Gary School Board Members: John Kuruzovich, Assistant Superintendent; William Long, President; Pete Chapas, Secretary; William Ellis, Vice President; Kosmos Kayes, Superintendent. Connie Courtney, Bookkeeper Richard Burdett, Truant Officer Lois Anderson, Secretary Dorothy Koontz, Secretary 101 Bonnie Gleason, girls’ counselor Wayne F. Ryska, principal Steve Georgakis, assistant principal, boys’ counselor jerience Aid Leadership 102 Activities Revolve Around the Office Eleanor Vanderlin, secretary Tatiana Haddad, bookkeeper Edith Woodworth, guidance secretary Helen Martin, library clerk 103 Ingenuity Shows in Our E. G. Faculty PHILIP C. BARLOWE English, journalism, Edisonian, Ea- gle Feathers, B.S. M.S. Indiana Uni- versity SANDRA BEAHM general math, biology, sophomore class sponsor, B.A. Alvemo College RON BLAKE economics, government, algebra I, cross country, frosh basketball, Stu- dent Council sponsor, chairman So- cial Studies Dept. B.A. M.A. Valparaiso University JOSEPH JOHN BODNAR JR. U.S. history, Pom Pom girls spon- sor, ass’t athletic director, B.S. Ball State University, M.S. Indiana Uni- versity MARJORIE BRADY bookkeeping I II, office machines, sponsor senior class, B.S. Illinois State University MARYBETH CEGLIAN librarian, B.A. Purdue University 104 May Their Knowledge Remain With Us SALLY A. DUKES home economics, Home Economics Club sponsor, B.S. Manchester Col- lege STEPHEN M. FRITZ typing II, business law, marketing and distribution, head wrestling, as- sistant baseball, sophomore spon- sor, B.A. Ball State University M.S. Indiana University STEVE M. GAZA college math, BIMA, golf, chairman math dept., M.S. University of Pitts- burgh ANDREW J. HALASHAK psychology, general business, busi- ness English, bookkeeping, fresh- men sponsor, ass’t wrestling, B.S. Ball State University GILBERT HAMILTON general business, reserve football, ass’t. track coach, E-Men and senior class sponsor, B.S. Murray State University ARTHUR L HARTLEY industrial arts, health, and safety, varsity baseball, Honor Society and senior class sponsor, chairman In- dustrial Arts Dept., B.S. Ball State University M.S. Indiana University 105 Through the Year, They’ve Guided Us HERBERT C. HEDSTROM instrumental music, B.M. Univer- sity of Iowa M. A. University of Ar- kansas JANE IDDINGS typing I II, B.S. Ball State Univer- sity CARL JOHNSON vocal music, B.M.E. Indiana Uni- versity JAMES G. JOHNSON physics, math, B.S. Muskingum College KENNETH KLEIN athletic director, distributive educ. coordinator, District Supervisor for Indiana, Marketing Distribution — D.E. Related. DECA Club spon- sor. B.S. Indiana State University M.S. Indiana University NORMAN L. KULIK world history, world geography, Student Council Sponsor, B.S. In- diana University 106 Teachers Take Time Out for a Smile LAWRENCE V. LEVENDA English, drama, Thespian Society sponsor, B.A. Lewis College M.S. Indiana University LARRY LONG English, Pep Club sponsor, B.A. In- diana University JOSEPH P. LOSCARO world geography, sociology, A.V., B.S., M.S. Indiana University RUSS MARCINEK health safety, basketball head coach, B.A. St. Joseph’s College M.A. Indiana University DEAN L. McCLANAHAN typewriting I, shorthand I, Pep Club sponsor, basketball-wrestling score- keeper, chairman Business Dept., B.S. Northeast Missouri State Col- lege KAREN MILLER Spanish, Spanish Club, cheerleader sponsor, A.B. Indiana University 107 Setting Example, a Teacher Requirement y EULENE MORRIS English, Sunshine Society sponsor, A.B. Indiana University JERRY D. NEAL biology, physical science, math, track, ass’t football, B.S. M.S. In- diana State University ANN OWENS French, French Club, Debate Club, B.A. M.S. Ball State University HERVEY DENNIS PARKER metal shop, B.S. William Penn Col- lege WILLIAM POE JR. general science, biology I, ass’t bas- ketball, Honor Society sponsor, B.S. Indiana University LARR Y POHLMAN wood shop, metal shop, head foot- ball coach, B.S. University of West- ern Mexico, M.P.E. Purdue 108 Memories of Them Shall Always Remain PATRICIA ROY girl physical education, G.A.A., Sophomore Class sponsor, B.S. M.A. Ball State University ROBERT RUCH algebra, geometry, senior math., B.S. Indiana State University SAMUEL E. SMITH art. Art Club, junior class co-spon- sor, B.S. Indiana State University GERALD VLASIC p.e., E-Men sponsor, ass’t football coach, B.S. M.S. Ball State Univer- sity LEROY J. WEBDELL biology, chemistry, Science Club, chairman Science Dept., B.S. Ball State University, M.S. Valparaiso University HARRY L WHITBY English, speech, contest orations sponsor, chairman English Dept. M.S. Northwestern University 109 Humorous Moments Highlight Each Day no Good Leaders Assist First Rate Float The Senior Class Officers are President, Bettie Moore; Vice Pres., Mi- chelle Shimel; Secretary, Doug Twilla; Treasurer, Brenda Rock; Girl Rep., Peggy Honkoski; Not pictured Boy Rep., Mike Rubino. The class of “71” can trace its progress through the years from lonely freshmen to the superior status of seniors. Leaders the past year were Bettie Moore, president; Mi- chelle Shimel, vice-president; Doug Twilla, secretary; Brenda Rock, treasurer; Peggy Honkoski, girl representa- tive; and Mike Rubino, boy representative. The seniors began the year constructing the homecoming float which placed first in the float competition. The E- Men nominated five attractive young ladies to reign over the homecoming procedings. Some of the highlights of high school days were changes in the dress code, ordering class rings, getting ready for the prom, the post prom, senior pictures, competition for class status, and above all, the many friendships that will linger. The seniors leave, but the chant of “71” will echo in the halls and will always be remembered. The Senior Homeroom Representatives are Laura Bellar, Pam Hoyt, The Winning Senior Float was better known " As the Spit Turns the Karen Cook, Debbie Templeton, Janet Wolfe, and Nick Novakovich. Ingot Bums”. Ill Senior Sovereignty MODEL SENIOR Doug Twilla — Sherril Larimore MOST HUMOROUS Michelle Shimel — Terry Cargile SCHOOL SPIRIT Harry Hannan — Sally Vanderlin BEST DRESSED MOST SINCERE Darrell Hampton — Denise Bildilli Jerry White — Claudia Sears MOST DEPENDABLE Basil Fernandez — Judy Kingery BEST DANCERS Nick Novakovich — Bette Keenan BEST PERSONALITY Mike Gregory — Jane Gaza MOST MUSICAL Andy Norman — Jan Williams MOST LIKELY TO SUCCEED Jim Wilkins — Cathy Famey MOST ATHLETIC Tom Butler — Carla DeHaven MICHAEL ADAMIK Sophomore Class Boy ' s Rep.; Science Club 2,3,4; Modem Foreign Language Club 1; Office Ass’t; Pep Club 2,3. LINDA ADAMS Choir 1,2, 3, 4, (Librarian); Jan-Notes 4; Girls En- semble 2,3; Drama Club 4; Pep Club 2,3,4; Gym- nastics 2,3. VICKIE ANDREWS Advanced Choir 2,3,4; Sunshine Society 3,4; Girls Ensemble 3. ROGER ASH Band 1,2; Basketball 1; Football 3,4; Baseball 3,4; E-Mens Club; A.V. Ass’t. BOB AUSTIN TERESSA BALLARD GAA 1 ,2,3,4; (Soph, and Jr. Rep.) Pom Pom 3,4; Pep Club 1,2,3, 4; Sunshine Society 1,2; Interschool Volley Ball 1,2, 3, 4; Basketball 1,2,3; Interschool Field Hockey 2,3,4. MARCIA BELL PATRICIA A. BELL GAA 1,2, 3,4; Home Economics Club 1,2; Sun- shine Society 1,2; Pep Club 1,2; Powder Puff Foot- ball 2,3; Interschool Volleyball 2; Homeroom Rep. 1 . LAURA BELLAR Choir 1,2, 3, 4 (Sec.) Jan-Notes 3,4; Girls Ensemble 1,2,3; Student Council 4; Library Ass’t. 1,2; Office Ass’t 4; Sunshine Society 1,2, 3, 4; Pep Club 3,4; Thespian Society 4. 114 Class Routine Interrupted by Lunch Never a dull m oment with the humorist Terry Cargile. TONY BINGHAM KEN BINGHAM DENISE BILDILLI Band 1,2, 3,4; Home Economics Club 3,4; (Presi- dent); GAA 1; FTA 2,3,4; Latin Club 1,2; Sun- shine Society 1,2,3, (Court) 4. BILL BLACK LEONARD BLEDSOE DONNA BOBROWSKI GAA 1; Pep Club 2. MIKE BONA Basketball 1,2, 3, 4; Golf 1,2,3, 4; E-Men 1,2, 3,4; Pep Club 1; Science Club 1. DENNIS BOTTILLA NANNETTE BUSHEMI Modem Foreign Language Club 1,2,3; Sunshine Society 1,2, 3, 4; Home Economics Club 1,4; Pep Club 1,2,3; Sunshine Representative 2; Spanish Club 1,2; Edisonian Staff 4; Eagle Feathers Staff 4; Office Ass ' t. 3,4. TOM BUTLER Cross Country 3,4, (Capt.); Baseball 1,2,3, 4; Bas- ketball 2,3,4, (Capt.); E-Men Club TERRY CARGILE Wrestling 1; Science Club 4; Pep Club 4. DONNA CHAPMAN KATHY CONSTOCK GAA 1,2; Sunshine Society 1,2, 3, 4; Pep Club 1,- 2,3,4; Powder Puff Football 3. KAREN COOK Home Economics Club 3; Sunshine Society 2; FT A 2; French Club 2; Science Club 1; Debate 1; Ho- meroom Representative. RON CORLEY JIM CROMWELL MIKE CURTIS Wrestling 1,2, 3, 4; (Co-Captain); E-Mens Club; Football 1,2; Student Council Representative; Science Club; French Club; Pep Club. PAT DAILEY Choir 1,2, 3, 4; Pep Club 1,2, 3,4, Sunshine Society 1,2, 3,4; Powderpuff Football 2,3; Library Ass’t. 3,4; GAA 1,2; Home Economics Club 2. PAM DARNELL GAA 1; Choir 1, 2,3,4, (Treas. and Pres, of Choir); Homecoming Court. CARLA DEHAVEN Sunshine Society 1,2,3; Pep Club l,2,3,4,asurer); Pom Pom 4; GAA 1,2, (Treasurer) 3, (Vice Pres.) 4, (Pres.) Intermural Volley Ball 1,2,3, 4; Intermu- ral Basketball 1,2, 3, 4. MICHY DERADO Student Council; Pep Club 1,2,3, 4; Sunshine So- ciety 1,2, 3, 4; Science Club 1,2, 3, 4; Debate 4; GAA 1,2; Office Ass’t. Modem Foreign Language Club; Homecoming Court. MIKE DOUGLAS DIANE DUNAHOO Choir 1,2, 3, 4; Sunshine Society 1,2; Pep Club 1; Home Economics Club 1,2; Edisonian Staff 4; Home Economics Ass’t. 4. MARK DWYER Football 1,2, 3,4; Baseball 1,2, 3,4; E-Mens Club 4; French Club 2; Art Club 3. Activities Broaden with Every Year Senior Mick Sohovich stashes his books and grabs his basketball shoes. TOM EBERHARDT JULIE ANN EATON Home Economics Club 1,2; Pep Club 1; Sunshine Society 1,2; Science 1; Modem Foreign Language Club 2. CATHLEEN LAVERN FARNEY Latin Club 1,2, (Pres.); Science Club 3,4; Honor Society 3,4, (Sec.); Student Council 2; Girls State Alternate; Chemistry Ass’t. 3. JOHN FARRAR BASI L FERNANDEZ Varsity Basketball 1,2, 3, 4; Varsity Baseball 1,2, 3, 4; E-Men Club (Sergeant at Arms) 2,3,4; Edisonian Staff; Eagles Feathers Staff; Student Council; Spanish Club. PAULA FLICK JEFFREY A. FRAME Band 1,2, 3,4; Pep Club 1; Science Club 3,4; Latin Club 1. RANDY FRANKS Band 1,2, 3, 4; Pep Band 3,4; Pep Club 3; Science Club 4; Spanish Club 3,4; Honor Society 3,4; Stu- dent Council 1; Debate Club 4; AV 1. DIANE FRITTS RON GEORGE DOUGLAS GIBSON GAIL ANN GISH Pep Club 1; Sunshine Society 1; Choir 2,3,4. RICKY GOGGINS SUSAN GOODWIN Home Economics Club 1; DECA; Library Ass’t. 1,3,4; Office Ass’t. NICK GOYDA MARILYN GRASHAM ANGELA GREGORATOS GAA 1,2; Latin Club 1,2; Science Club 1,2,3; Sun- shine Society 2,3,4; Edisonian Staff 4; FTA 2; Pep Club 2,3,4. MICHAEL ALLEN GREGORY Basketball 1,2; Choir 1,2, 3, 4; Jan-Notes 3,4; Pep Club 2,3. STEVEN GRISHKA JV Basketball 1; JV Football 3; Varsity Baseball 1,2,3; Band Latin Club 1. STEPHANIE HADDAD KEN HANDLEY JACKIE JANEY DARRELL HAMPTON Student Council Officer; Jr. and Sr. Class Play; Football 2,3,4, Track 3,4, (Capt.) Baseball 2; Pep Club; Thespian Society. HARRY HARMAN Football 3,4; Wrestling 1,2, 3,4; Baseball 3,4; E- Men 2,3,4; Science Club 3,4; Pep Club 3; Office Ass’t. 3. JIM HOLMAN PEGGY HONKOSKI Junior Class Sec; Senior Class Girl Rep; Sunshine Society 1,2,3, 4; Science Club 1,2,3, 4; Pep Club 1,- 2,3,4; GAA 1,2, 3,4; Modem Foreign Language 1,2, (Treas.); Debate 4; Edisonian Staff 4; Home- coming Court. MELANIE HOPKINS Sunshine Society 1,2, 3, 4; (Vice Pres.); Cheerleader 1,2,3; Pep Club; Debate 4; Advanced Choir 1,2,3; Science Club 1,2,3, 4; GAA 1,2, 3,4; Student Coun- cil 1,2; Freshman Class Trea; Jan-Notes 2,3. ROCKEY HODGES CAROL HARTLEY GAA 1,2, 3, 4; Science Club 1,2, 3, 4; Debate Club 4 (Pres); Student Council; Latin Club 1,2; (Queen) FTA 4; Cheerleader 1,2,3; Pep Club 1,2,3, 4; Sun- shine Society 1,2, 3,4; Edisonian Staff 4 (Editor). CINDY HAVENS Choir 1,2,3, 4; GAA 1,2; Sunshine Society 3,4. MARY HAVRILLA FAA 1,2, 3, 4; FTA 2,3,4; (Sec.) Science Club 1,- 2,3,4; (Sec.); Honor Society 3,4; Girls State; Choir 1,2; (Pres.) French Club 1,2, 3, 4; (Sec, Pres.); Freshman Class Secretary; Edisonian Staff 4; Girls Ensemble 2. JIM HELMECY BOB HIGGINS STEVE HOSKINS PAM HOYT Choir 1,2,3 (Treas.); Sunshine Society 1,2, 3,4; Stu- dent Council 1,2,4; Cheerleader 1,2; Modem For- eign Language Club 1; GAA 1,2,3; Pep Club 1,2; Girls Rep. 3; Girls Ensemble 3. JUDY HUBER ROBIN HURSEY Sunshine Society 1,2, 3, 4; FTA 2; GAA 1,2; Choir 1; Modem Foreign Language 1; Eagle Feathers 3; Library Ass’t 4. MIRIAM ANN JOFFRE Spanish Club 1,2; Sunshine Society 1. JANETTE JOHNSON French Club 1; Eagle Feathers Staff 1; Drama Class Play. DENNIS JOY BETTE KEENAN JUDY KINGERY GAA 1,2; Sunshine Society 1,2,3; FTA 3,4 (Treas, Pres.); Edisonian Staff 3,4; Modem Foreign Lan- guage 1,2; Office Ass’t. GREG KOLAKOSKI JOE KOLOSCI VALERIE KOSINSKI GAA 1, Science Club 1,2, 3,4; Art Club 3; Sunshine Society 1,2,3; Pep Club 1,2,3; Foreign Language Club 1,2; Student Council Treasurer 4. DENISE M. KUHN GAA 1,2; Sunshine Society 1,2, 3, 4; Pep Club 1,4; Choir 1,2; Home Economics Club 1,4; Guidance Ass’t 3. THOMAS JACOB LABADIE JR. JV Football 1; Band 1; Stage Band; Choir 2,3; Thespian Society 4; BIMA 1,2, 3, 4; Shop Ass’t 4; Pep Club 4. SHERRIL LARIMORE Honor Society 3,4 (Pres.); Girls State; Homecom- ing Court; Pom Pom Girls 3; Spanish Club (Vice Pres., Sec.) Sunshine Society 1,2, 3, 4; Pep Club (Treas.) Edisonian Staff; Debate; Choir 1,2,3. Student Teacher Accomplishes Goals MIKE LA WHEAD Cross Country 1; Basketball 1,2; Football 2; Track 1; Baseball 2,3,4; Deca 3,4, (Treas.) E-Mens Club 3,4; Student Council (Boy’s Rep.) 3; Science Club 3; Choir 1. BILL LERCH ROGER LINDSEY MICHAEL LUBECK, JR. Football 2,3; Basketball 1,2,3; Science Club 2,3; E-Men 3,4; Reserve Baseball 2,3 Freshman Base- ball 1; AV Ass’t 4. MILKA MALOBOVIC Choir 1,2, 3, 4; GAA 1; Sunshine Society 1,2,3,4; Pep Club 2,4; Powder Puff Football 2,3; Science Club 4; Home Economics Club 1. JEFF MARTIN Baseball 1,2,3; Wrestling 2,3; Football 1,2, 3, 4; Bas- ketball 1; E-Men Club (President); Student Coun- cil; (Boy Rep.) Spanish Club; Pep Club. MARIL YN McDANIEL Choir 1,2,3, 4; Edisonian Staff 4; Sunshine Society 2,3; Pep Club 2. KA THLEEN L. McLA UGHLIN Frosh. Class Pres.; Sophomore Class Vice Pres.; Sunshine Society 1 Rep., 2 (Sec.) 3,4; Pep Club 1,2,3; GAA 1,2; Sweetheart Court 1; Student Council 1,2,3; Deca 3,4 (Vice Pres.) Eagles Feath- ers Staff 3. EDDIE MENDEZ Freshman, Reserve, Varsity Football; Freshman Basketball; Choir 1,2, 3,4; E- Men’s Club. Mr. Bietry was one of the senior’s favorite student teachers. DON MILLENDER MONTY MILLER Football 1,2, 3,4; Baseball 1,2; Art Club 2; Deca; E-Men Club. SARA H MILLER Sunshine Society 1,2; Modem Foreign Language Club; Drama Class Play. MICHELLE MIZE Choir 1,2,3, 4; Latin Club 1; GAA 1,2; FTA 2,3; Edisonian Staff 3,4, (Copy Editor); Home Ec. Club 2; Pep Club 3; Drama 3. HIPOLITO MOJICA JR. Freshman Choir; Advanced Choir 2,3,4; (Treas.) Spanish Club 1; E-Men Club 3,4; Reserve Football 1,2; Varsity Football 3,4; Reserve Baseball 2,3; Varsity Baseball 4; Jan-Notes. ROSE MARIE MONDA Sunshine Society 3,4; Science Club 3,4; Pep Club 3,4; Thespian Society 4, (Vice Pres.) Edisonian Staff 4; Drama Class Play 3; Powder Puff 3. BETTI E LOUISE MOORE GAA 1,2, 3,4; Cheerleading Alternate 2; Choir 1,- 2,3,4; Student Council 2,3,4; Sunshine Society 1,- 2,3,4; Modem Foreign Language Club 2; Girl Representative 2; Girls Ensemble 3; Jan-Notes 4; Senior Class Pres. 4. GLEN CALVIN MOORE Football 1,2,3; AV Assistant 1,2; Art Club 3; Science Club 1. KATHY NAPIER RICHARD A. NORMAN Band 1,2, 3, 4 (Pres); Pep Band 1,2, 3, 4; Debate Club 4; Baseball 1,2, 3, 4; Wrestling 2,3; Honor Society 3,4; Science Club 3,4; French Club 4; E-Men 2,3,4; Student Council 4, (Vice Pres.). NICK NOVAKOVICH Choir 1; Football 1,4; E-Men Club; Intramural Basketball 1,2, 3, 4; Art Club (sec) 4; Basketball (Statistician) 1,2,4; Spanish Club 1,2; Thespian So- ciety 3,4; Drama Class Play 3,4; Pep Club 3. DEBORAH LYNN OVERBAY Choir 1,2,3; GAA 1,2, 3, 4; Science Club 2,3,4; Pep Club 1,2,3; Modem Foreign Language 1,2; FTA 2,4; Thespian Society 4; Sunshine Society 1,2, 3, 4; Student Council 4; Girls Basketball 3. RON RAMBO Basketball 1,2, 3, 4; Track 1,2,3; Cross Country 1, 2,3,4; Student Council; Science Club; E-Men Club; FTA; Foreign Language Club 1. FAY RAPP ATT A GAA 1; Science Club 3; Art Club 2; DECA Pres. 2; Honor Society; Sophomore Class Treasurer; FTA 1; Sunshine Society 3. ELIZABETH REBECK GAA 1,2, 3, 4; Sunshine Society 2,3,4; Pep Club 2,3,4; Powder Puff Football 2,3. Sociology Interests Students at E. G. DA VE REDAR BILL RENN SHIRLEY REVERS PAM REYNOLDS WALTER REY Golf; Wrestling; Coin Club; French Club. BILL RING E-Men Club 1,2,3; Varsity Football; Varsity Base- ball; Varsity Basketball; Science Club; Honor So- ciety; Sophomore Class President. BRENDA ROCK GAA 1,2, 3, 4; Sunshine Society 1,2, 3, 4 (Pres.); Sen- ior Class Treas.; Freshman Class Vice Pres.; Girls State; Homecoming Queen; Jan-Notes 2,3,4; Stu- dent Council; U.S. Senate Youth Program. JIM ROSENDAUL DEBBIE JEAN ROSSER Sunshine Society 2,3,4; Pep Club 3,4; Pom Pom 3; Science Club 4; Debate 4; Edisonian Staff 4; Office Ass’t 3. MIKERUBINO Home Room Rep. 2,3; Football 1,2, 3, 4; Baseball 1,2, 3, 4; Basketball 1,2; Student Council Rep. GEORGIA RUM M ELL GAA 1,2, 3, 4; Sunshine Society 2,3,4; Pep Club 2,3,4; Choir 1; DECA 3; Powder Puff; 2. MICHELLE SHIM EL Choir 1,2, 3, 4; Senior Class Vice Pres.; Pep Club 1,2, 3, 4; Sunshine Society 1,2, 3, 4; Drama Club 1,- 2,3,4; Home Ec. Club 1,2; Edisonian Staff 4; French Club 1,2,3; Junior Class Play 1; Girls En- semble 1,2. SHIRLEY SHROLL Science Club 1, 2,3,4; (Vice Pres.); Sunshine So- ciety (Jr. and Sr. Rep.) Debate (Treas) 4; Pep Club 1,2, 3, 4; French Club 4; GAA 1,2, 3, 4; DECA (Treas.) 3; Eagle Feathers Staff 4; Latin Club 1; Drama Class Play 3. BETTY SINKS Sunshine Society 1,2, 3, 4; Choir 1,2,3; GAA 1, Pep Club 1,2,3, 4; Home Economics Club (Soph. Rep); Powder Puff Football 2,3. DENNIS SMITH WINNIE SNA WDER GAA 1,2, 3, 4; Sunshine Society 1,2,3, 4; Pom Pom Girls 4; Latin Club 1; Pep Club 1. MIKE SOHOVICH Basketball 1,2, 3, 4; Cross-Country 1,2, 3, 4; (Capt. and MVR) Track 2; Baseball 3,4; Latin Club 1,2; Science Club 3,4; Student Council 4; E-Men Club 2,3,4. DONNA STEEN BAND 1; Student Council 2,3; Sunshine Society 1,2, 3, 4; Debate 4; Science Club 1,2,3, 4; Pep Club 1,2, 3, 4; Edisonian Staff 4; Modern Foreign Lan- guage 1,2; GAA 1,2; Office Ass’t. 34, DA VE STOKES Latin Club 1,2; Eagle Feathers Staff (Ass’t Editor) 4; Drama Class play. CHARLES SWALLOW BETTY TALBERT RON TARNOWSKI DEBBIE TEMPLETON Sunshine Society 1,2, 3, 4; GAA 1,2, 3, 4; Pep Club 3,4; Pom Pom Girl 4; Student Council 4; Powder Puff 3; MELODY THOMPSON Psych Class Discusses Recent Issues Mr. Halashak ' s class show their interests in Psy- chology. PETE TODOSIJE VIC Basketball 1, 2,3,4; Pep Club 3,4; Baseball 1,2,3; Track 1; Football 1; E-Men’s Club: Spanish Club. CARMEN TORRES DAN TUCKER DOUG TWILLA Honor Society 3,4; Boy’s State; Advanced Choir 3; Freshman Choir 1; Reserve Baseball 2; Varsity Baseball 2,3,4; Junior Class President; Senior Class Secretary. MIKE TWILLA SALLY VANDERLIN Student Council 1,2,3 (Treasurer) Cheerleading 2, 3,4 (Captain); Sunshine Society 1,2, 3,4; Debate Club 4; GAA 1,2, 3, 4, (Freshman Rep.); Pep Club 1,2, 3, 4; Office Ass’t; Library Ass’t. Edisonian Staff 4. MILLIE VUJAKOVIC REGINA WAHLSMITH GAA 1,2, 3, 4; Sunshine Society 1,2, 3, 4; Science Club 3,4; Pep Club 2,3; Foreign Language Club 1,2; Choir 1,2,3; Girls Interschool Basketball Team 2,3. JERR Y WHITE Band 1,2, 3, 4; Latin Club 1,2; Spanish Club. JIM WILKINS Honor Society 3,4; French 4. JANICE WILLIAMS Eagle Feathers 4, (Editor); Band 1,2, 3, 4; (Li- brarian); Sunshine Society 2,3,4; Pep Club 2,4; French 2,3; Honor Society 3,4; Deca 3; Debate Club 4; Science Club 4; GAA 1,3. CATHY WILSON GAA 1,2, 3, 4; Sunshine Society 1,2,3, 4; Pep Club 2,3,4; Science Club 4; Power PufT Football 3. RICKY WILSON EMMALOU WINEINGER Student Council; Latin Club 1,2, (Secretary); De- bate 4 (Secretary); Sunshine Society 1,2,3, 4; Science Club 1,2, 3, 4; Edisonian Staff 4; Pep Club 1,2,3, 4; GAA 1,2, 3,4; Band 1,2, 3, 4; Library Ass’t. 4. JANET WOLFE Student Council 4; Science Club 1,2, 3, 4; Pep Club 1,2, 3, 4; Sunshine Society 1,2, 3, 4; Building and Grounds Committee; Art Club 1,2; Drama 4; FTA 1; GAA 1,2; Office Assistant 3. SHERRY WOODALL Choir 1, 2,3,4; Sunshine 1,2, 3,4; Pep Club 1,4; Jan- Notes 4. ROBERT WOYNAROSKI LUCILLA TERESA YANEZ Choir 1,3; GAA 1,2,3; Pep Club 1,2,3; Sunshine Society 1,2,3. GEORGE ZUPKO JANE GAZA GAA 1,2, 3, 4; Science Club 1,2,3, 4; Sunshine So- ciety 1,2,3, 4; Pep Club 1,2, 3, 4; Sec. Drama Club 4 Sec.; Spanish Club 1,2,3; Class Treasurer 3; Eagle Feathers Staff 3; Student Council 1. 126 Juniors’ Responsibilities Now Begin I } 1 1 k si l MM Junior class officers are: Anna Ennis (pres), Garry Szostek (vice-pres), Fondy Morrill (sec), JoAnn Novkovic (treas), Pete OdinsofT (boy-rep), Doris Mercier (girl-rep). Homeroom representatives are Kenny Flores, Martha Williams, Karen Kingery, Denise Potts, and Bob Humenik. Ready to face change, the juniors approached the begin- ning of the school year with enthusiasm. Several projects including bake sales, car washes, as well as sock hops helped enlarge the treasury fund for the prom. The theme selected was “A Time for Us.” It was a very romantic evening for all attending. Planning to further education was the main decision of the year. Ability tests and applications had to be filed with colleges. Towards the close of the year, senior rank was anticipated by all. “Melt Them Down to Victory!” 127 Juniors Need Guidance in U.S. History Darlene Adams Dave Adkins Sandy Anderson Mark Argyelan Rick Ayala Sandy Dover Lorraine Ballard Marilyn Barnes Glen Batista Debbie Belt Debbie Beres Tom Berger Terese Bianco Judy Blackburn Bill Blossom Georgette Blystone Pat Bobrowski Greg Bowen Teena Bowen Stephen Brown Joan Buchannan Sherie Buchanan Alice Bundy Mike Burdett Brenda Cannon Tim Cannon A1 Childers Sue Clay Randy Cleveland Wally Coffman Sue Comstock Don Coveli Robin Cox Fred D’Aloisio Jeff Darnell Crisis in the Classroom with Mr. Bodnar 128 The main purpose of high school is learning Barb Darosky John Davis James Derr Ron Dixon Bob Dobrowski Alan Donahoo Bill Dooley Debbie Duncan Sandy Dunn Dale Ellis Dewayne Ellis Anna Ennis Bill Evens Gary Feczko Jana Filipas Ken Flores A1 Follow Mark Garzella Margarete Gee Dennis George Darlene Gillette Ken Gish Rebecca Goldsmith Kim Goodreau Clay Green Alex Gregory Scott Grishka Millie Grochowski Rich Hack Hank Hammond Darrell Hamilton Martin Handley Dave Havard Darrel Heflin Larry Henninger Harry Hennings Debbie Henry Randy Hiller Vickie Hinke James Hinkle Tom Hodge Karen Holland 129 Juniors Progress Forward in Sports Dan Hoblein Pam Holliday Shellie Holman Peg Homyak Pam Hoskins Donna Huges Bb Humenik Cebra Johnson Karen Kingery Don Knox Ken Kozaites Jim Koziol Mike Kranyak James Krochn Terri Lee Mike Lewandowski Sandy Lindsey LuAnn Long Bill Luna Lynette Mantta Chrystal Martin Tom Mayoch Bob Maza Ann Marie Mazure Wanda McDanial Doris Mercier Elizabeth Miller Nancy Mojica Maureen Moreau Terry Moore LaFonda Morrill John Mucha Mike Nicholson Chuck Nixon Joann Novkovic We don’t mess around! 130 Jerry O’Daniel Roxanne Odar Kandy O ' Day Pete Odinsoff Matt Oresik Frances O’Rourke Barb Parker John Paterson Tony Paxton Rick Picka Kathy Pilnock Denise Potts Jerry Puent C. D. Reatherford Debbie Remaley Ken Renn LeRoy Rice Doug Robb John Rock Judy Scasny Dennis Sexton Lester Shreeve Bob Shudick Bob Smith Lupe Soria Carl Spain Rick Spencer Jim Stems Jerry Sullivan Karen Sunburg Trudi Svetanoff Dave Swider Garry Szostek Kathy Szybala Lyn Tokash Bill Travis Mary Vrska Pam Waggle Mark Wahlman Richard Watson Carroll Williams Martha Williams Roy Willias John Willis Mike Willoughby Don Wilson Romana Winchester Robert Wineland Carol Wolfe Sharon Zborowski 131 Knowledge is Major Goal in Learning Sophomore Class Officers are President, Patti Barth; Vice Pres., Debbie Herring; Secretary, Vicky Paulk; Girl Rep., Mary Dobyns; Boy Rep., Terry Barth; Not pictured Treasurer, Rochelle Reames. Class of 73’ display thier talents. The sophomore realizes that work as well as play is re- quired in school. New status brings on new responsibilities. Choosing a career and taking courses that will aid their future are two responsibilities. Ordering classrings, going to sock hops, attending atheltic events, and G.A.A. initiation, without being the initiated were some of the good times. There were bad times too, but they will soon be forgotten. Home room representatives are Cathy Bayer, Joel Martin, Art Hartley, Trudy Rosser, Margene Kurpis, Steve Strinchack, John Ramsey, Larry Courtney. 132 Lunch hour is enjoyed by the Sophomores after many hours of tedious work. Connie Anderson Eric Arzola Anita Ashby Jean Austin Raean Baker v Patty Barth Terry Barth Kathy Bayer George Bender Denise Beres Clara Bemardi Dave Bildilla Elaine Blatz Joyce Blatz Sharon Bobrowski Tim Bonner Rick Bobirenko Doug Bozarth Henrietta Bradley Tom Bragdon Darrel Breckman Chris Brock Debbie Bryant Ken Bryant Jim Busch Lome Campbell Bruce Cargile David Carter Jim Carter Joann Comstock Jerry Coppinger Larry Courtney Jose Cuellar Nadine Czilli Wanda Daniel Betty Davis Pat Davis Bob Derring Mary Ann Demaria Scharley Dickerson Dave Dillion Carol Dixon 133 Mary Dobins Don Dowell Cassie Duies Tom Dunn Mike Ellis Mike Faurote Connie Foster Roger Foster Jean Frame Melody Fredricks Cindy Funchess Debbie Garber Roger Gibson Terri Gibson Mark Goodwin Rick Gossett Eddie Green Robert GreifF George Gregory Teresa Grider John Grinder Gina Groves Ivanell Groves Linda Groves Jerry Gruett Jeff Guess Debbie Halmark David Harness Art Hartley Phil Havard Ron Havems Rick Heard Cindy Hemminger Bill Hemminger Dan Hendrickson The interested students concen- trate on their studies 134 Sodonia Henke Carol Hennings Debbie Herring Carolyn Hinkle Darlene Hoeflicker Rich Hoeflicker Pat Holland Kris Hooten Ruth Homyak Connie Howell John Humphrey Nancy Jacobs Charles Jewell Paul Joffre Wilfred Joffre Denise Johnston Craig Johnson Norma Jones Jan Kackos Bill Kania Bob Kary Virginia Kary Rick Kemp Debbie Kingery Carl Kooff Roberta Kludt Jack Kolapanis Dave Kolosie Margene Kurpis Steve Kurzdorfer Jim Lerch Dena Little Don Littlefield Randy Livingston John Lubeck Pat Ludgrain Sonia Marceau Susan Mardis Kathy Manley Mary Ellen Mathias Joe Martin Kathy Martin Party appetites follow hours of learning Leaders Help to Boost School Spirit Olive Maxwell Glen McGaugley Ron McWhirter Jim Mendez Adrienne Mendelsohn Kathy Metz Patti Mickey Barb Miller John Miller Donna Million Sharon Mishan Cindy Moffatt LaCinda Morrill Harold Morgan Roger Morgan Mike Mosier John Mullen Tim Murray Cindy Neal John Neal Mike Nicholson Candy Olson Harold O’Rouke Eddie Overbay Bill Pankey Bob Parker Vicki Paulk Marian Petro Randy Phillippe Lester Pointer Dan Powers Cris Eszonka Linda Pustik Wanda Rambo John Ramsay The J. V. cheerleaders hard at work! 136 Rochelle Reams Randy Rehmel Sherry Reynolds Debbie Rice Joe Rinchak Marilyn Rubino Sharon Robins Rex Roll Bev Ronk Trudy Rosser Jim Rowan Larry Rushing Dave Safstrom Jim Sansone Deborah Santell Ron Santell Ingrid Schmelzer Scott Silverthom Vick Silaghi Debbie Shawver Ron Sherowick Debbie Smith Debbie Smurdon Barb Snodgrass Rick Spargo Ken Spencer Marion Somers Virginia Soria Lee Steams Hubert Stimson Steve Strinchak Bob Strive Debby Stokes Greg Stout Jim Sweeney Roger Szostek Debbie Tamowski Kaay Tennant Cindi Thorne Dernadine Thorsen Barney Timmons Pam Tokash Up and over Biology Projects Build up Interest Patty Vaughn Leslie Vogel Mario Wahlman Cathy Watson Charles Westphal Linda Williamson Ron Williams Sam Williams Linda Willoughby Jamie Wineland Denise Waitledge Alan Woelk Quinn Wolfe Bill Wright Debbie Wright Emma Wright Dotty Wrona Jim Busch, Jack Kolapanes and Steve Kursdorfer disect a fetal pig. 138 Leadership Begins in a Freshman Year The young and unsuspecting freshman faces a frightening experience as he begins his first year of high school. For the freshmen it was a year to remember . . . initiation comprised of pigtails, simulated freckles and cut-off pants; getting used to new teachers; joining new and different clubs; and making new friends. The adjustments came slowly, but soon the freshmen were old hands at the hectic procedures of activities and ad- vanced academics became second nature. Freshman class officers left to right are: Dan Duffy (pres), Mary Nov- kovic (vice-pres), Regina Haney (treas), Sandy Cannon (girl-rep), Loi s Eaton (sec), and (not pictured), Dave Duffy (boy-rep). The Victory Bell of the Freshmen rang success for the Fighting Eagles. Homeroom representatives are Kathy Travis, Sally Lundy, Ted Watts, and Jim Ring. New, Old Friends Express Their Ideas Tim Adams Pat Allen Ernie Alvarado Gary Anderson Starlene Anthony Vicki Arflack Janis Armitage Steve Arms Yolanda Ayala Mike Ballard Melanie Barton Diana Bayer Tony Beasly Rhonda Beattie Darlene Belt Tony Bianco Donna Bickett Ann Black Alan Blackwell Christy Boznar Joan Brown David Bryan Mike Bryan Steve Burns Sandy Cannon Debra Carter Richard Carter Rena Childers Karen Christakis Sherry Clay Darrel Clear Ivan Click Steve Cloyd Donna Cochran Billy Coleman Problems arise during Freshmen discussions. 140 Ricky Coleman Cynthia Conklin Sharon Cook Jerry Cotten Vicki Cox Rowena Crofton Bob Cuellan RafTy Datsko Vicki Davenport Lea Davis Wayne Dettman John DeVaney Mike Dillingham Delane Dover Dennis Dover Mark Dranchak Dan Duffee Dave Duffee Tina Dukes Lois Eaton Vicki Eaton Steve Ennis Harold Farley Ricky Famey Ray Faulkner Gennise Felkar Danny Franks John Frencl Paulette Fritts Marsha Gadzala Chuck Garbee Marie Garber Verna Gasaway Kevin Gaza Roy Gibson Sharon Gilbert Larry Gray Wayne Gilbert Myron Grigsby Terre Grishka Debbie Gruett The ebullience of this crowd por- traits school spirit. Learning Grows as Friendship Glows Joe Gualandi Dave Guebert Kevin Guess Pam Guess Randy Gwilt Eddy Handley Regina Haney Bill Hanson Richard Harty Becky Havens Shery Haywood Joe Hennings John Henry Joni Henry Diane Hobbs Dan Hopkins Suzanne Hreha Mary Huber Joe Hursey Lou Ingram Donna Jackson Tim Jackson Dean Johnson Judy Johnson Rick Johnson Cindy Johnston Donna Kackos Vicky Karagianidis Dorthy Kenjic Beverly Kingery Alice Knox Dennis Kolosci John Korpak Cindy Kozak Debby Kraynak Learning takes concentration for this Freshman Class 142 Mike Kupke Robin Kupke Jane Laccouth Bill Lambert Mike Landrum Susan Law Alex Lazevich Bill Lehto Debbie Lewandowski Kathy Littlefair Paula Littlejohn Brian Livingston Jose Lopez Barbara LuGrain Jim Luna Sally Lundy Andy Marceau Betty Marlatt Mike Martin John McAndrew Cathy Mazur David McDaniel Mary McGuaghey Russ McWhirter Henry Mendez Murna Mendez Joan Miller Kathy Michaels Jeff Mikita Joe Milchak Sandy Millender Ken Miller Wanda Mills Eddin Miner Steve Minor Larry Moore Linda Moore Cindy Munro Barb Newby Romona Nolan Donna Nollan Dennise Norman Working at the lab are Vicky Davenport, Mrs. Owens, Larry Moore, Bill Weber, and Steve En- nis. Frosh Find That Learning Can Be Fun Mary Novkovic Cathy Oates Jim O’Daniel Dan Pandrich Jeff Parker Patsy Paxton Larry Peters Philip Parker John Pilnock Robert Pittman Dorothy Pointer Randy Polk Penny Powell Karen Prott Wina Pruitt Mike Purcell Dave Rappatta Jackie Rebeck Danetta Rice Susan Rich Jim Ring Don Robb Ron Robb Clarence Rogers George Rogers Vickie Rogers Albert Ruzca Vickie Ryan Peggy Sansone Robin Schlichting Debbie Schmelzer Margell Schoolcarft Dendria Seagle Kent Keagle Debbie Sexton These inquisitive Freshmen dis- play their interest in Biology Class. 144 “Boy, would I like to be down at the gold course now!”, exclaims Mr. Woolsey. Doug Sinks Phyllis Sirwinski Theresa Sisson Ron Smenek Josh Smith Larry Smith Norma Smith Becky Snawder Greg Sohovich Pat Soria Angela Spears Mike Starja Nancy Stewart Darrel Stokes Ray Stone Chuck Sunberg Gayle Szybala Sandy Talbert Terry Tamowsky Charla Taylor Jeff Taylor Sharon Tharp Cathy Thompson Kathy Travis Jean Tucker Leesa Viers Marilyn Waddell Vivian Wahlsmith Darrel Watson Ted Watts Bill Bebber Whanda Whitledge Bonnie Wild Dave Williams Lonnie Willoughby Bill Witka Joann Witka Ben Yanez Betty Jo Young Nadine Young K ELLENS HOBART EL O WER SHOP 342 Main Street Hobart, Indiana ARLEN’S CLARK SUPER 100 2290 Ripley BANK OE INDIA NA National Association CONGRATULATIONS BEST WISHES TO “CLASS OF 1971 ” Mayor Leo C. Meister Council Members Louie B. Cloyd 1st Ward Wm. Halaschak 3rd Ward Harold C. 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