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1974 EDISONIAN Edison High School East Gary, Indiana Volume XXXIII 2 3 Investigating . . . Edison w r 1 F ’ " ' " iv " - ; - £ • ss vf DO aa oo oo 03 “oo oo ao ac® a CD 03 CD ao GO oo What is a school? Clubs and classes . . . Sockhops and sports . or a feeling — a spirit? Each school is unique, special to those who attend it. Follow along as the Edisonian attempts to uncover that " specialness.’ Let us investigate Edison 1973-74. M 8 £ 8 8 8 e L i 8 8 £ 8 8 8 c L 3 £ e 3 cc 00 aP 3 o co co a, a) Investigating Studies Studying takes concentration and time. From Shakespeare to Einstein to Watergate. Add a little common sense to deep thought, then wait for the results. 13 Office shuffles paper TOP LEFT: Mr. Tom Campbell, boys counse- lor. TOP: Mr. Steve Georgakis, principal. RIGHT: Mrs. Edith Woodworth, guidance sec- retary. OPPOSITE TOP LEFT: Mr. Arthur Hartley, assistant principal. OPPOSITE TOP RIGHT: Mr. Kenneth Klein, athletic director and Mrs. Trudy Kolopanis, bookkeeper. OP- POSITE CENTER: Sharon Davis, Mrs. Elea- nor Vanderlin, secretary, and Nancy Novko- vic. OPPOSITE BOTTOM: Suzanne Hreha, Penny Powell, Mrs. Bonnie Gleason, girls counselor. 14 and students OPPOSITE UPPER LEFT: Dr. Kosmas Kayes, supt. of schools. OPPOSITE UPPER RIGHT: Mr. John Kuruzovich, ass ' t supt. of schools. OPPOSITE LOWER RIGHT: Miss Ceglian, librarian, and Mrs. Martin, library sec. UPPER LEFT: Board of School Trus- tees, Mrs. Stella Hartley, v. president; Mr. William E. Long, secre- tary; Mr. James Vanderlin, president. UPPER RIGHT: Mr. Jacobs, D.E. coordinator. LOWER RIGHT: Mr. Whisler, special education. 17 Bibliomania sweeps through lit class UPPER RIGHT: Mr Whitby (English) shows Kathy Sowles and Tammy Sexton interesting literature. ABOVE: Darlene Evans, and Brenda Chirco try their hand at English. RIGHT: English class deserves a lot of concentration, as Mary Rosiecki shows. OPPOSITE TOP LEFT: Mrs. Morris (English) keeps the attention of her students. OPPOSITE TOP RIGHT: Bill Bennet tries solving a problem for Mr. Long (English) OPPOSITE BOTTOM LEFT: Mr . Woolsey (English) looks rather surprised as a student gives a right answer OPPOSITE BOTTOM RIGHT: Bret Jenkins. Mary Ann Zeiman. George Alvarado, Susan Blaylock look over English work UPPER LEFT: Mike Osborn and Linda Ratcliff seem to be day- dreaming. UPPER RIGHT: Mr. Barlowe (English, journalism) and Nancy Novkovic go over final papers in journalism. ABOVE: Candy Bartis and George Alvarado seem to be taking English seriously. LOWER RIGHT: Tina Stewart and Mr. Lavenda look up an answer together. OPPOSITE TOP: Mr. Gaza (algebra, geometry, college math) tells his class about equations. OPPO- SITE RIGHT: Mr. Ellis (algebra) believes in looking over things as he shows with Dawn Dobyns and Cathy Dietrich. OPPOSITE BOTTOM: Bob Cates, Maryann Mullarky, Kelly Dillon, and Amy Faste listen to Mr. Ruch explain a problem. 20 Math puts universe in perspective BELOW: Mrs. Parrish points out steps in algebra to Tom Kiraly. UPPER RIGHT: Miss Kovacevic stresses a point to her class. BOT- TOM: Mr. Ruch laughs as Bill Hodge. Mike Haywood, and Ken Dixon add a little spice to his class. OPPOSITE UPPER LEFT: Jewell Sims and Liz Smith carefully take apart the systems of the body. OPPOSITE UPPER RIGHT: Mr. Renn tries to tell students like Joann Brett how important health is. OPPOSITE BOTTOM: Ruth Morrill tries to remember some important facts for her health quiz. Health teaches safety and fitness 23 Science: man’s struggle for knowledge UPPER RIGHT: Roy Rainwater wonders if his equation is right. CENTER: Robin Jackowicz seem to enjoy the idea of animals. BELOW: Jim Russell demonstrates the use of a microscope. BOTTOM LEFT: Mr. Snapp (biology) hopes that what he ' s teaching will sink in. OPPOSITE TOP: Mrs. Wardrip (chemistry, physics, physical science) shows Keith Gay how to use a slide rule. OPPOSITE CEN- TER: Dave Drummond and Nancy Daniels help each other in biology. Eagle accents tackle foreign phrases fH? OPPOSITE TOP LEFT: Suzie Smith, Kathy Sylvia, Darlene Evans, and Earl Cuellar study French terms. OPPOSITE TOP RIGHT: Mrs. Vondrak (French). OPPOSITE BOTTOM: Maryann Mullarky and Boyd Dehaven take time to think about answers for a French test. UPPER LEFT: Bob Cates writes an answer in Spanish. LOWER LEFT: Earl Cuellar decides he knows the answer . ABOVE: Miss Martinez (Spanish) explains a Spanish term to Freida Burns and T ony Joffre. History makes the RIGHT: Mr. Yagodnik points out where to find an answer to Rita O ' Daniel. ABOVE: Kim Coleman hesitates as she writes an answer in history. BELOW: Mike Dillingham, Joni Henry, Larry Moore, and Kathy Michales show their views by expression. OPPOSITE LEFT: Mr. Lascaro frowns on an answer he gets. OPPOSITE RIGHT: Mr. Hershey stops a minute to think about an answer. OPPO- SITE BELOW: Jim Ring, Steve Burns, and Sandy Cannon in government. . • -J Business students practice efficiency UPPER LEFT: Nancy Stewart and Joni Henry prac- tice typing. UPPER CENTER: Darlene Belt checks her margin. LOWER RIGHT: Mrs. Brady (book- keeping, office practice) and Rhonda Beattie search for mistakes. OPPOSITE TOP: Mr. Klein explains paper work to Terry Sisson. OPPOSITE LEFT: Brenda Shoemaker practices shorthand. OPPOSITE BOTTOM RIGHT: Mr. Jacobs discusses homework with Lisa Viers. 30 OPPOSITE TOP: Betty Marlatt practices shorthand. OPPOSITE LEFT: Mr. McClanahan (shorthand, typing) instructs Raffy Datsko and Mary Swaney in the art of typing. OPPOSITE RIGHT: Mr. Hamilton (typing) inspects Bob Cuellar ' s machine. TOP LEFT: Rhonda Beattie searches for an error. TOP RIGHT: Mr. Bergu- son (typing, business) points out the right way. LEFT: Vickie Good practices for speed. ABOVE: Mr. Prusieki (bookkeeping, general business) explains work to Mary Moore. 33 Fitness is fun as P.E. classes go co-ed 34 OPPOSITE TOP: Co-ed volleyball. OPPOSITE BOTTOM: The name of the game is basketball. UPPER LEFT: Miss Green (P.E.) takes time to give Tina Stewart a few ideas on golf. RIGHT: Linda Jacobs lines up her shot. ABOVE: Mr. Bodnar (P.E.) wants high kicking. 35 Art is concentration and imagination TOP RIGHT: Mrs. Snider (art) molds clay for Amy Fast and Peggy Crabb TOP LEFT: Debbie Mickey sorts brushes RIGHT: Tim Todosijevic shows his talent in painting. OPPOSITE TOP LEFT: Miss Faulk gives baking tips to Joyce Garner and Romona Nolan OPPOSITE RIGHT: Mary Malinoff enioys her part in Home Ec class. OPPOSITE BOTTOM: Susan Law tries hard to measure the right amount of flour. Future gourmets learn from scratch Vocalists strive toward perfection ABOVE: Debbie Carter, Mr. Johnson, Lois Eaton, Ron Pedroza, and Mary Lou Overbay. RIGHT: Charles Price gives a big grin as he sings with the choir. OPPOSITE TOP LEFT: Lois Eaton and Joe Martin dance freely in ' The King and I.” OPPOSITE TOP RIGHT: Teresa Black and Sherry Paxton harmonize. OPPOSITE LOWER LEFT: Lois Eaton tries to show her young friends a few pointers. OP- POSITE LOWER RIGHT: Mr. Johnson directs the choir. 38 Musicians strike rhythm and harmony UPPER LEFT: The East Gary band never stops practicing. UPPER RIGHT: Directing is Mr. Hedstrom ' s business. ABOVE: Mike Bragdon shows us just how much wind he has. CENTER: Chuck Garber. Bobby Burns. Jim Epper- son, and Myrn Grisby practice before a big game. OP- POSITE TOP: Rich Kurzdorfer eyes his music. OPPOSITE RIGHT: Ron Pedroza smiles big during half-time show. I 40 Projects take precision and detail 42 OPPOSITE TOP: Mike McDonald works hard to get done on time. OPPOSITE LOWER LEFT: Albert Ruiz concentrates on drawing his lines perfectly. OPPOSITE LOWER RIGHT: Rocky Dickerson shows his interest as he makes his gunrack. UPPER LEFT: Mr. Hoblitzel (metals) shows Dave T urner the drill press. CENTER LEFT: Mr. Lebague helps T. Hepler and J. Skarja in woods class. ABOVE: Randy Polk watches as Mr. Koontz (drafting) teaches his drafting class. LOWER LEFT: Lonnie Coppinger makes a bowl in woods class. Investigating . . Events Events help to brighten the year. Gym show displays fit bodies; a turnabout dance attracts sweethearts. Prom decor takes shape; — finally graduation. Paper Moon livens homecoming spirit OPPOSITE — TOP LEFT: Karen Prott and Sue Hreha put final touches on the Senior float. OPPOSITE — TOP RIGHT: Susie Tsa- parikos takes time to rest. OPPOSITE — LOWER LEFT: Steve Cloyd, Sue Hreha, and Tony Mora worked late to get the Senior float 1st place. OPPOSITE — LOWER RIGHT: A moment of deep concentration by Mary Swaney. TOP LEFT: Homecoming court Regina Haney, Larry Moore, Peggy Sansone, John Korpak, Sharon Moran, Marty Edmais- ton, Jane Lackovitch, Bob Woynaroski. LEFT: Kendra Seagle and Dave Simms show a moment of " Love Is.” ABOVE: Janet Foster, Jim Busch dance in rhythm to the music. 47 Junior misses need talent and grace OPPOSITE TOP: Christmas carolers Bill Witka. Tony Mora, Mike Skarja, Bill Lam- bert, Myron Grigsby, Al Ruzga. Mike Mar- tin, Bill Webber, Greg Faulkner, Jeff Mora. OPPOSITE — LOWER LEFT: Jeff Mora. Tony Mora and Greg Faulkner tune up, OPPOSITE — LOWER RIGHT: Debby Hat- ley, Kim Coleman, Cathy Hodges, Mary Ann Dalhstrom, Marsha Gadzala and Ka- ren Christakis watch the carolers. TOP RIGHT: Lois Eaton. Norma Serano clap as Joyce Garner goes for her physical fitness award. MIDDLE LEFT: Cindy Johnston won the talent award. MIDDLE RIGHT: The choir ensemble provided entertainment. BOTTOM RIGHT: Vivian Wahlsmith receives first runner-up award. 48 Concerts create outlets for talent ABOVE LEFT: Mary Overbay, Rick De- Vaney, Melissa Lackovitch, Ron Pedroza, and Ann Ramsey perform at the Junior Miss Pageant. ABOVE RIGHT: Mary Ann Dahlstrom proves her talent in the band. ABOVE: Band members Karen Darosky, Sheila Powers and Cheryl Moreau. RIGHT: Madrigals: Mr. Johnson, Lois Eaton, Ron Pedroza. Mary Overbay, John Derado, and Melissa Lackovitch perform at the Madrigal dinner. OPPOSITE — TOP LEFT: Alex Lazevich, and Mark Cargile spring into action OPPOSITE — LOWER RIGHT: Ray Hack on the rings. OPPOSITE — LOW- ER LEFT: Theresa Hampton and Paul Cretton at the gym show. 50 Gym builds strong bodies twelve ways 51 Prom goers trade jeans for formals OPPOSITE — TOP: Angie Spears. Mr. Ruch. Paula Littleiohn, Dave Guebert. Donna Jackson. Mary Swaney watch as Gina Haney and Debbie Kraynak fix the crepe paper OPPOSITE — LOWER LEFT: Cathy Kingery does her share. OPPOSITE — LOWER RIGHT: Cathy Kingery and Jackie Rebeck decorate the walkway. UPPER LEFT: Marg Kurpis, Joe Hennings and Rose Bradley wait their turn to cross the walkway. UPPER RIGHT: Denny Johnston is served punch by Vickie Rebeck at the prom LEFT: Theresa Sission and Kent Seagle cross the walkway. ABOVE: Denise Beres. Dave Dillion, Nancy Coff- man and Mike Martin. 53 T urnabout dance attracts sweethearts OPPOSITE TOP LEFT: Cindy Munro and Dan O ' Kelly seem to be enjoying the dance. OP- POSITE TOP RIGHT: Sandy Talbert and Bill Witka share a moment. OPPOSITE LOWER LEFT: Dave Beres slaps Rick DeVaney five. OPPOSITE LOWER RIGHT: Mark Anderson and Michelle Cherry are having a good time. TOP: New inductees to National Honor Soci- ety. LEFT: Al Ruzga hands Cathy Dietrich a yellow rose. ABOVE: Kathy Michaels lights a candle for the Honor Society Induction. 55 Graduation marks end or beginning? OPPOSITE — TOP LEFT: Ron Sherowsky gives his valedictory speech. OPPOSITE — TOP RIGHT: Tom Bragdon, Jeff Guess and John Mullens applaud after a speech. OPPOSITE — LOWER LEFT: Carole Driscoll. Debbie Bryant, Barb Snodgrass. Chris Brock and Mary Ellen Mathias provide entertain- ment. CENTER: Olive Maxwell. Wanda Dan- iel, Carol Hennings. Kathy Bayer. Dena Lit- tle and Cathy Martin wait to receive their diplomas. UPPER LEFT: Miss Ceglian tells Nadine Czilli. Dena Little and Cathy Martin where they stand ABOVE: Joe Rinchak walks back to his seat, after receiving his diploma. Investigating . . Sports Sports is a constant effort against time and opponents. Striving toward perfection, we yearn for victory, but recognize defeat. 59 ABOVE LEFT: Tony Dixon. Dave Duffee. and Steve Hecht look tired ABOVE RIGHT: Dave Duffee puts all he can into this play ABOVE: John Korpak shows how the Eagles ar fly RIGHT’ Dave Gueberf sets up to throw Fighting Eagles produce 6-4 season. 60 Varsity Football Team — ROW 1: R Rob bins, D. Cannon, C. Nush, M. Anderson, J. Rebeck, B. Munro, M. Martin, M. Spears, M. Edmaiston. ROW 2i Coach Berguson, J. Milchak, M. Dillingham. R. Coleman, P. Szostek, M. Baird, R. Hack, T. Mora, T. Jackson, T. Bolles, Coach Hershey. ROW 3: Coach Renn, S. Hecht, J. Streetman, R. Stone, M. Dowd, T. Dixon, L. Gray. J. Korpak, D. Guebert, S. Burns, Coach Hamilton ROW 4: J Mora. D Gish. R. Hicks, M. Skarja. D. Beres, D. Duffee. J. Skarja. J Ring. C Rosiecki, D. Duffee Varsity Football Eagles Opponent 12 Covingmton 13 6 Lake Central 0 6 Munster 41 40 Gary Wirt fc 44 Calumet 6 0 Chesterton 30 31 Kankakee Valley 8 35 River Forest 7 44 North Newtot 6 6 Portage 19 61 • Eagles J. V. Football Opponent 0 Portage 6 2 Valpo 37 0 Gary Wirt 30 12 Chesterton 48 6 River Forest 8 0 Calumet 13 0 M.C. Rogers 52 0 Crown Point 8 J. V. Football Team — FRONT: R. Robbins. C. Nush, M. Anderson. J. Rebeck, D. Cannon. MID- DLE: M. Baird. B. Munro, T. Jackson. J. Streetman. M. Spears. BACK: Coach Berguson. M. Dowd, D. Gish, D. Beres, C. Rosiecki, T. Bolles, R. Hack, Coach Hershey. RIGHT: Chuck Nush makes a clean getaway. J i f ilk in wV 1 Kjh u 62 Freshman Football Team — ROW 1: C. Coppinger, W. Lezniak, T. Stout, T. Rat- cliff, J. Cline, D. Mardis, A. Kary, B.Sliger. ROW 2: F. Ennis, B. DeHaven, P. Psome- delis, J. Grubnick, G. Somers, M. Clay, B. Senking. G. Alvarado, M. Hodge. Row 3: Coach Berguson. D. Moffatt, K. Good, J. Mora, GXonsorti. R. Gordon. D. Frame. D. Smeltzer, D. Vizena. ROW 4: M. Had- dad, G. Danapas, E. Dranchak. B. Hodge. J. Pitman, J. Burton, R. Arnold. B. Cates, M. Lewis. Coach Hershey. |M Freshman Football Eagles Opponent 8 Gary Wirt 16 6 Lake Central 22 0 River Forest 22 6 Hobart 18 Mike Lewis scrambles for an Eagle first down Cross Country Team: Tom Kiraly, Kevin Gaza, Frank Korpak, Chris Bolint, Tom Bolles, Coach Snapp. LOW- ER LEFT: Chris Bolint. LOWER RIGHT: Tom Kiraly, Edison record holder for 2 ' h mile run at 13:20. Rebounding boosts varsity season Varsity Basketball Eagles (Tourney) Opponent 74 Winamac 91 93 Rensselear 54 62 Lowell 48 65 Wirt 59 79 Boone Grove 64 71 Kankakee Valley 50 85 Horace Mann (Holiday Tourney) 69 50 Whiting 53 67 River Forest 59 70 Calumet 56 59 Hobart 56 60 M. C. Rogers 66 65 Griffith 51 44 Chesterton 67 95 River Forest 71 82 Hanover Central 60 64 Portage 55 67 Whiting 58 77 Lake Central 72 35 Hebron 39 ABOVE: Dave Guebert, Al Ruzga. Kevin Gaza, and Dan Duffee. Varsity Basketball Team — FRONT: D. Guebert R. Polk, R. Pemberton, J. Derado, P. Cretton. BACK: S. Ennis, J. Skarja, A. Ruzga. D. Duffee, K. Gaza, J. Ring, D. Beres. UPPER LEFT: Players watch Intently UPPER RIGHT: Paul Cret ton. BOTTOM LEFT: Coach Ramsby and Coach Yagodmk BOTTOM RIGHT: Jim Ring OPPOSITE TOP LEFT: Tony Dixon OPPOSITE TOP RIGHT: Frank Korpak and Joe Skarja. OPPOSITE BELOW: JV Team — FRONT: R Kurzdorfer. T. Bolles. D Bobrow- ski. F. Dunn BACK: R. Devaney. T. Swiuler, D. Beres. T. Pysh. J. Derado. E. Dodd. Coach Snapp. JV defense presses to 11 victories Reserve Basketbal ' Eagles Opponent 28 Valpo 51 42 Lafayette Jeff 43 25 Lowell 37 44 Gary Wirt 41 45 Boone Grove 36 38 Kankakee Valley 39 30 Horace Mann 32 39 River Forest 41 52 Whiting 41 43 Calumet 41 27 Hobart 34 30 M. C. Rogers 31 44 Griffith 30 34 Chesterton 28 41 River Forest 35 43 Hanover Central 37 40 Portage 35 20 Whiting 26 42 Lake Central 32 55 Hebron 38 Frosh team bounces to a 12-5 season TOP LEFT: Paul Psomadelis. TOP RIGHT: Basketball-B-T earn: FRONT: D. Drummond. T. Stout. B. Sliger. T. Ratcliff. W. Lezniak. S. Childers. BACK: R. Floyd, D. Coleman. K. Gaza. M. Hepler. G. Alvarado. M. Rosiecki. Coach Campbell. BELOW: Basketball- A-Team — FRONT: B. Jenkins. B. Burns. T. Bonner, C. Coppinger, S. Childers. BACK: P. Psomadellis. B. Lyons. E. Dranchak. B. Williams, B. Dehaven. J. Owens. E. Cuellar. Coach Campbell. Freshman team finished their season with a 12-5 record. Sea- son scoring honors went to Paul Psomadelis with 241 points. Fresh- man averaged 42.7 points per game, to their opponents 41 .6. 69 ABOVE: Varsity Wrestling Team — FRONT: D. Mardis. D. Cannon, D. Cochran, J. Lavender. M. Dukes, J. Mora. BACK: Coach Renn. M. Dillingham, R. Hack, P. Szostek, J. Mora, B. Lambert, M. Skarja. LOWER RIGHT: Doug Cochran puts a lot of effort into a pin. OPPOSITE BOT- TOM: Reserve Wrestling Team — FRONT: D. Martin, J. Cline, A. Kary, A. Guess, M. Spears, T. Lewis, C. Nush. BACK: Coach Berguson, P. Tarnowski, D. Moffatt, R. Hertaus, S. Hecht, B. Cates, R. Arnold, G. Danapas. OPPOSITE TOP RIGHT: Joe Lavender and Coach Renn. OPPOSITE TOP LEFT: Mike Skarja posts another victory. Eagle wrestlers notched an 8-4 season, the winningest grapplers in Edison history. Top spot in the 8-way Tour- ney was won by EHS, also. Varsity Baseball Team — FRONT: Man BACK: P Szostek. J. Milchak. R. Havens. BELOW: Denny Johnston catches a high ager B Bush. H 0 Rourke. T. Todosi|e- D. Kadish. J. Ring. R. Borisenko. H. Mor- one. vie. D Johnston. E Hursell. A Hartley. gan. G. Sohovich, Coach Fritz. G Gregory Varsity Baseball Eagles Opponent 1 Munster 3 0 Morton 7 1 Wirt 2 12 Valpo 0 2 Calumet 5 8 Merrillville 2 7 River Forest 1 0 Wirt 3 1 M C. Elston 5 4 M C Elston 6 2 River Forest 4 6 M C Rogers 1 7 Emerson 2 5 Portage 4 1 Wallace 6 5 Hobart 1 4 Griffith 1 1 Griffith 10 Sectional 8 Wirt 3 4 Portage 2 Regional 1 Wheeler 0 ■ 1 Laporte 5 72 J. V. BASEBALL Eagles Opponent 3 Wirt 4 4 Wirt 0 1 Griffith 11 0 Portage 10 2 Chesterton 4 16 River Forest 3 5 Wallace 6 3 Merrillville 10 Freshman Baseball Team — TOP ROW: T. Lewis, C. Taylor. D. Beres, Coach Campbell. M. Kasrich. D. Bobrowski. B. Munro. BOTTOM: J. Russell. J. Rebeck. C. Nush. D. Richie. R. Simmons. LEFT: John Abies pumps one across the plate. 73 UPPER LEFT: Joe Skarja uses all his might to throw the shot. UPPER RIGHT: Ray Stone is pushing to win. ABOVE: Rick Coleman is winds up to throw the discus. RIGHT: Doug Cochran warms up before his event. 74 Coach Green unveils new G.A.A. season GAA Field Hockey — FRONT: K. Dobyns Foster. C. Skomac, P. Jackson. BACK: Cline gets past her opponent. CENTER: M. Luna, J. Padilla. V. Wahlsmith, J. Ortiz. R. O ' Daniel, M. Hallmark, S. Handley, D. Vivian Wahlsmith whacks the ball. LOW- MIDDLE: L. Ortiz, D. Cline, R. Morrill, J. Dobyns, Coach Green. LOWER LEFT: Deb ER RIGHT: Peggy Jackson saves a goal. Eagles Opponent 0 Hammond 3 0 Chesterton 1 1 Portage 3 Volleyball A-team: FRONT — J. Coleman. Coach Green. V. Wahlsmith. MIDDLE: N. Novkovic, P. Soria. D. Johnston, J. Koontz. D. Dobyns BACK: H. Hallmark. D. Funkhouser, J. Stearns, T. Sisson. B. Snawder. BELOW RIGHT: Joyce Coleman retrieves the ball. B-team: FRONT — J. Norman, Coach Crum. R. O ' Daniel MIDDLE — C. Hodges. D. Cline. R. Paulk. J. Ortiz. K. Curtis. BACK — S. Smith. K. Dobyns. S. Vogel. J. Woelk, C. Bartos, S. Handley. LOWER RIGHT: Joyce Coleman dives to save the ball. OPPOSITE TOP LEFT: Vivian Wahlsmith shows good form. OPPOSITE TOP RIGHT: B-team does a good luck cheer. OPPOSITE LOWER RIGHT: A-team discusses their mis- takes OPPOSITE LOWER LEFT: Rita O Dan iel and Debbie Cline set up for the next play. LEFT: Basketball A-team — FRONT: Miss Green. J. Henry. D. Dobyns. D. Funk- houser, B. Snawder. BACK: M. Hallmark. J. Coleman, V. Wahlsmith. J. Stearns. N. Novko- vic. TOP RIGHT: Joy Padilla shoots for two. TOP LEFT: Basketball B-team FRONT: S Handley. J. Ortiz. R. O ' Daniel. D. Cline. C. Skomac. BACK: K. Jackson. K. Curtis. J. Padilla. M. Luna, C. Dobyns. 79 TOP LEFT: Vivian Wahlsmith, Diane Funkhouser, and Juanita Sterns rush in to help Becky Snawder. TOP RIGHT: Deb Cline tries for a jump ball. ABOVE: Awaiting playing time are Marilyn Luna, Sheila Handley, Karen Jackson, Joyce Ortiz, and Rita O ' Daniel. RIGHT: Basketball ballet is performed by Becky Snaw- der. OPPOSITE TOP LEFT: Somebody has to keep score so Melissa Lackovitch and Mary Overbay take the job. OPPOSITE TOP RIGHT: A smiling Karen Kinsey gets a strike. OPPOSITE LOWER LEFT: Bowling takes concentration as shown by Sharon Davis. OPPOSITE LOWER RIGHT: April Heims displays her per- sonal bowling style. 80 OPPOSITE TOP LEFT: Rita O ' Daniel getting off to a good start in track. OPF OSITE TOP RIGHT: Janet Norman flies over the hurdle. OPPOSITE BELOW — Track Team: FRONT: R. Moffatt, C. Kemp, K. Mardis, J. Foster, L. Jacobs, R. O ' Daniel, C. Duies. BACK: Coach Ulrich, D. Cline. M. Petro, D. Funkhouser, D. Dobyns, J. Ortiz, J. Norman, P. Jackson, N. Novkovic, Miss Claussen. TOP — Gymnastic Team: FRONT: C. Patterson, M. Swaney, D. Silver- thorn, K. Dillin, K. Vanderlin, K. Shudick, M. Mullarkey, S. Davis. MIDDLE: Miss Green, Miss Crum, A. McDonald, K. Hendrin. BACK: R. Morrill, J. Foster, L. Jacobs, K. Winchester. ABOVE: Ann McDon- ald performs a floor routine. RIGHT: Ruth Morrill shows it’s not hard for her on the uneven bars. Varsity Cheerleaders Jane Lackovitch, Paula Fritts, Darla Johnston. Rhonda Beattie and Ron Pedroza OPPOSITE PAGE: J V Cheerleaders are Patty Comstock. Robin Paulk and Karen Kinsey Kim Vanderlin, Frelda Burns 84 Mi Freshman Cheerleaders: Debbie Comstock, Kim Faulkner, Mary Ann Mullarky, Kelly Vanderlin, Kelly Dillin. OPPOSITE — Pom Pom Girls: Margie Manista, Cathy Cook, Ellen Snaw- der, Janet Foster. Debbie Smeltzer, Jenny Underwood, Cindy Napier, Anetta Burton, Liz Smith, Jewel Simms. 86 Investigating. . . Clubs Clubs involve working together for bake sales, dances or collecting food baskets. Projects provide equipment; while members gain unity, expand interests. Student voice expressed by council 90 TOP: Science Club Officer — La Vatta Martin, pres.; Star Anthony, sec.; Darrell Stokes, v-pres.; not pictured Karen Prott, treas.; LEFT: FTA Officers — Kim Vanderliri, treas.; Randy Polk, v-pres.; Ruth Morrill, pres. ABOVE: Froeign Lan- guage Officers — Tom Bolles, pres.; Beth Eaton, treas.; Ka- ren Kinsey, sec.; Kathy Dietrich, v-pres. OPPOSITE TOP: Hon- or Society Officers: La Vatta Martin, Sec.; Star Anthony, pres.; Mike Martin, v-pres.; Lois Eaton, rep. for student coun- cil, not pictured Lea Davis, treas. OPPOSITE BELOW: Student Council Officers — Karen Christakis, treas.; Kathy Travis, sec.: Albert Ruzga. pres.; Lois Eaton, v-pres.; Darrell Stokes, Parliamentarian. 91 Common interests draw club members TOP LEFT: Debbie Sexton and Kathy Mi- chaels are officers of the Business Club. TOP RIGHT: Lea Davis demonstrates the adding machine. RIGHT: FRONT — Nan- cy Novkovic, Bill Lambert, Ruth Morrill. BACK — Janet Foster, David Goodwin, Mr. Whistler, Tim Stout, Carol -Donahue, Mary Bliss. Homer Hallmark are officers of the Cycling Club. OPPOSITE TOP: In- dustrial Arts — Marty Edmaiston, pres.; Dave Guebert. sec.; Roger Simmons, treas.; and Larry Gray, v-pres. OPPOSITE BELOW: Club Officers of Deca are Bill Hodge, Virginia Dunn, Mary Novkovic, and Nancy Novkovic. ABOVE: Choir officers: Debbie Carter. Lois Eaton, Joyce Garner, Ron Pedrosa, and Kathy Travis. BELOW: Bend Officers: Cindy Johnson and Greg Faulkner. OPPO- SITE TOP LEFT: Freshmen Choir Officers: Robin Jackowicz, Rhonda Martin, and Kathy Shudick. OPPOSITE BELOW: Chess Club: Larry Moore, Treasurer; Dave Gue- bert, vice president; Jim Ring, president; not pictured Steve Ennis secretary. OP- POSITE TOP RIGHT: Art Club Officers: Randy Gwilt, Mrs. Snyder, Debbie Kray- nak, and Regina Haney. 95 Clubs offer outlets for enthusiasm TOP: Nurses Club Officers: Marsha Gadzala. treas. Terri Grishka, pres; Sandy Talbert, sec LEFT: Home Ec Officers: Susan Law. sec-treas; Terri Grishka, pres; Sandy Talbert, vice pres. LOWER RIGHT: Sunshine Society Officers: FRONT: Kathy Travis, sec ; Kathy Michaels, vice pres. BACK: Vivian Wahlsmith, sr. rep; Lois Eaton, treas. Suzanne Hreha. pres; Sheila Handley, frosh rep OPPOSITE TOP: GAA Officers: Vivian Wahlsmith. pres Marilyn Hallmark, v. pres.; Pat Soria, treas, Mary Novkovic. sr rep.; Kathy Dobyns, frosh rep. OPPOSITE BOTTOM: E-Men Officers — Dan Duffee, pres.; Bill Witka, v pres ; Jim Ring, sec . Joe Skarja. treas. Newspaper, yearbook record memories 98 OPPOSITE: Rhonda Whitledge. Nancy Novkovic, Maria Rocha find time to read the Eagle Feathers. OPPOSITE- TOP: Marsha Gadzala, Darrell Stokes, Karen Christakis, editors. TOP: Kathy Coleman, Pat Soria. Renee Binko discuss a point on the layout. LEFT-FRONT: Edisonian staff, Renee Binko, Sharon Davis, Debbie Schmelzer. BACK: Pat Soria, Kathy Coleman, Joyce Gaza, Karen Kinsey, Karen Coleman. ABOVE: Karen Coleman in- spects the work of others. 99 Investigating People People make the school and personalities make people interesting. From loners to joiners to leaders, differences combine to form one student body. 101 Seniors hit the book trail once more The senior year flew by quick- ly; high school is now a thing of the past. " Did you order your announcements?” " Have you made your survey for English yet?” “What are you wearing for your senior picture? " The float " Sink’em” won first place, but the hall project won “nothing. " " I really studied last night; I got- ta pass my finals.” “Graduation, that’s what I’m looking forward to. “Has any college accepted you?” “I’m gonna miss my friends and the games.” Grad- uation Week! Do you believe it’s here?” Finally those years of cramming and studying will be worth the work. High school’s over, but the problems of col- lege, jobs, and marriage are just beginning. 1 Senior class officers: Mary Novkovic, treas.; Sandy Cannon, sec.; John DeVaney, boys rep.; Cathy Kingery, v.-pres.; Debbie Gruett, girls rep.; Pat Soria, pres. Below: first place senior float. 102 Senior Sovereignty Starlene Anthony Gary Anderson bbie Sexl |ny Biano Kathy Tr; Kevin Ga; Most Athletic: ar PAT ALLEN ERNIE ALVARDO GARY ANDERSON Football 2; Baseball 2; Foreign Language Club 2; FTA 4. Paullette Fritts, Debbie Gruett, and Lois Eaton take a break from bombing the new GAA members. STARLENE ANTHONY Pep Club 1,2; Foreign Language Club 1,2; Band 1,2,3 (V. Pres.); Sunshine Society 1,2,3 (V. Pres.) 4; Honor Society 3,4 (Pres.); Girls State; Science Club 1,2,3 (Treas.) 4 (Sec.); GAA 1,2, 3, 4. VICKI LOU ARFLACK GAA 1,2,3; Sunshine Society 2,3,4; Science Club 2,3; DECA 4. JAN ARMITAGE Science Club 1,2,3, 4; Sunshine Society 1,2, 3, 4; Nurses Club 3,4; GAA 1,2; Eagle Feathers Staff 3. YOLLIE S. AYALA GAA 1,2,3; Sunshine Society 2,3,4; Art Club 3,4; Nurses Club 3,4; FTA 4. MIKE BALLARD MELANIE BARTON GAA 1,2; Sunshine Society 1,2, 3, 4; Home Ec. Club 2,3,4; Nurses Club 4. DIANA BAYER RHONDA BEATTIE Band 1.2.3.4; GAA 1,2.3; Home Ec. Club 3 (Sec); Drama Club 2; Pep Club 1,2, 3.4; Sunshine Society 2; Cheerleader 3,4; Flag Twirler 4; Powder Puff Football 3. DARLENE BELT Sunshine Society 2,3,4. ANTHONY BIANCO Boys Rep. 3; Chess Club 3,4; Science Club 4; Ath- letic Officials 4; BIMA 1,2,3, 4. DONNA YVONNE BICKETT Sunshine Society 1,2,4; Business Club 3; GAA 1. CHRISTY BOZNAK Science Club 1.2.3.4; Pep Club 1, 2,3,4; Sunshine Society 1.2.3.4 (Sec); Foreign Language Club 1.2; GAA 1,2,3; DECA 4; Powder Puff Football 2,3. JOAN ELAINE BROWN Home Ec. Club 3,4. DAVID BRYAN Football; Track. MIKE BRYAN Art Club 1,2. DONNA BUDZINSKI STEVE BURNS SANDY CANNON GAA 1, 2,3,4; Freshman Girl Rep.; Sophomore (Treas.); Senior (Sec.). DEBRA CARTER Sunshine Society 1, 2,3.4; Choir 1,2,3 (Librarian), 4 (V. Pres.); Science Club 3; GAA 1; Pep Club 1,2; Choir Ensemble 3,4; Foreign Language Club 4. RENA CHILDERS Sunshine Society 2,3; Home Ec. Club 2,3,4. 107 Sandy Talbert and Marsha Gadzala head for home after a long hard day at school. Debbie Gruett shows her talent in decorating. •KAREN CHRISTAKIS Eagle Feathers 3,4 (Editor); Student Council (Jr. Pres.); Executive Student Council (Treas.); Choir 1; Foreign Language Club 1,2,3; Sunshine Society 1,2, 3, 4; Pep Club 1,2; Office Assistant 1,3,4; Bio- logy Assistant 2. STEVE CLOYD Basketball 1; Choir 1,2,3; Science Club 2,3; Cross Country (Mgr.) 1. DONNA COCHRAN PAUL COCHRAN RICK COLEMAN Football 1,2, 3, 4; Track 3,4; Chess Club 3,4; Sci- ence Club 1,2; E-Mens Club 4; Baseball 1; Foreign Language Club 1,2. SHARON BELL COOK Home Ec. Club 4; Foreign Language Club 2. ROBERT COTTRELL VICKI COX Home Ec. Club 1,2,3; Art Club 1,3,4; Sunshine Society 1,2; Pep Club 1,2; Nurses Club 3,4. BOB CUELLAR Foreign Language Club; E-Mens Club; Track 1,2,3; Cross Country 1,2; Chess Club. 108 RAFFY DATSKO VICKI LYNN DAVENPORT Sunshine Society 1,2; Debate Club 2; Nurses Club 3,4. RICKEY LEA DAVIS GAA 1.2.3; Honor Society 3,4 (Treas.); Business Club 4 (V. Pres.); GAA Volleyball 2; Sunshine Soc- iety 2,4; Pep Club 1,2; Pom Pom Girl 2,3; Science Club 3; Foreign Language Club 1,2.3. LUZ DELACRUZ WAYNE DETTMAN Science Club 4; Eagle Feathers Staff 3; Choir 1,2,3; Ensemble and Madrigal 3; Honor Society 3.4; For- eign Language Club 1. JOHN DEVANEY Chess Club 3,4; Science Club 1,3: Senior Class Boys Rep. MIKE DILLINGHAM Football 1, 2,3,4; Wrestling 1, 2,3,4; Track 1.2; E- Mens Club 1,2, 3, 4; Industrial Arts 3,4; Foreign Language Club 1,2; Chess Club 3.4. MARK DRANCHAK Foreign Language Club 1,2; DECA 4; Chess Club 2 . DAN DUFFEE Football 1,2, 3, 4; Basketball 1,2, 3, 4 (Capt.); E-Mens Club (Pres.); Chess Club (Pres.); Industrial Arts; Science Club; Student Council. DAVE DUFFEE Football 1,2, 3.4 (Capt.); Basketball 1; Track 1,2,3 (Capt.); Student Council 1,2; E-Mens Club 1.2, 3,4; Chess Club; Intramurals 1. VIRGINIA DUNN DECA 3,4; GAA 1; Pom Pom Girl 3; Home Ec. Club 3; Pep Club 1,3,4; Mini-Business 2; Business Club 3; Choir 1,3; Intramural Baseball. LOIS ANN EATON Choir 1,2, 3,4 (Pres.); Madrigals 3,4; Honor Society 3,4; Science Club 1, 2,3,4; Sunshine Society 1,2,3, 4 (Treas.); Student Council 1,2,3 (Sec.), 4 (V. Pres ); Sophomore Class President; Girl State; Yearbook Staff 3; GAA 1,2 (Treas.) 3,4. VICKI EATON GAA 1; Pep Club 3,4; Business Club 4: DECA 3,4; Home Ec. Club 3; Mini-Business 2; Choir 2,3. STEVE ENNIS HAROLD FARLEY 109 RICK FARNEY Science Club 1,2; Football 3. GREG FAULKNER Band 1, 2.3,4 (V. Pres.); Science Club 1,2, 3, 4; FTA; Chess Club 3,4; Pep Band 1, 2,3,4; Foreign Lan- guage Club. GENNISE FELKER GAA 1,2,3; Sunshine Society 1.2, 3.4; Pep Club 2,3; Art Club 4; Home Ec. Club 1,2,3; Nurses Club 4; Pom Pom Girl 3. PAULETTE FRITTS Cheerleader 1, 2,3,4; Band 1,2, 3, 4; GAA 1,2,3, 4; Pep Club 1,2, 3,4; Honor Society 3.4; Sunshine Society 1,2, 3, 4; Home Ec. Club 1,2 (Sec.) 3; Drama Club 2; FlagTwirler4; Powder Puff Football 3. MARSHA GADZALA Pep Club 3; Pom Pom Girl 2,3; Home Ec. Club 3,4; Nurses Club 3,4 (Sec.); Eagle Feathers 3,4 (Ass ' t Editor); DECA 3,4; Sunshine Society 3,4. CHUCK GARBER MARIE ANN GARBER JOYCE GARNER SHEREE DAWN GARRARD Home Ec. Club 1, 2,3.4; Nurses Club 3.4. The Senior guys seem to like the photographer. KEVIN GAZA Basketball 1,2,3, 4; Golf 1,2, 3, 4 (Capt.); Cross Coun- try 4; Junior Class President; E-Mens Club; Science Club; Honor Society; Chess Club; Woods Club. SHARON GILBERT Home Ec. Club 1,2,3, 4. WAYNE GILBERT DEBBIE GOTT LARRY GRAY MYRON GRIGSBY Band 1,2, 3, 4 (Pres.); Science Club 1.2.3.4; FT A 2; Drama Club 2; Chess Club 3,4; Choir Musical L2.3; Pep Band 1,2,3, 4; Foreign Language Club TERRY GRISHKA Sunshine Society 1,2, 3,4; GAA 1,2; Science Club 3; Home Ec. Club 2,3,4 (Pres.); Nurses Club 3.4 (Pres.); Pep Club 2,3,4; Art Club 1; Foreign Lan- guage Club 1,2. DEBBIE GRUETT GAA 1,2, 3, 4; Home Ec. Club 3 (Treas.); Drama Club 2; Pep Club 1,2,3, 4; Sunshine Society 2; GAA Volleyball 1,2; GAA Basketball 1,2, 3,4; Senior Class Girls Rep.; Pom Pom Girl 3; Powder Puff Foot- ball 1.2,3. DAVE GUEBERT Football 1,2,3, 4; Basketball 1,2, 3,4; Baseball 1,2; Foreign Language Club 1,2; Chess Club 3,4; Cy- cling Club 4; Industrial Arts 4; E-Mens Club 2,3,4; Athletic Official 4; Homeroom Rep. 4. RANDY LEEGWILT Art Club 2,3,4 (V. Pres.); General Drafting. ROBERT E. HANDLEY Football; Art Club 1.2; Metals 1,2,3. REGINA HANEY Freshman Class Treasurer; Cheerleader 1; Art Club 3,4 (Pres.); Homecoming Queen. SHERRY HAYWOOD Sunshine Society 1,2, 3, 4; FTA 2.4; Science Club 3,4; Debate 2; Foreign Language Club 2; Honor Society. JOE HENNINGS JONI HENRY Science Club 2,3,4; Sunshine Society 1,2, 3,4; GAA 1 ,2,3.4; Cycling Club 4; Pep Club 1,2,3; Cheer- leader 3; Powder Puff Football 2,3. Ill The Senior girls have quite an appetite after the GAA initiation. EVA HONEYCUTT SUZANNE HREHA Sunshine Society 1,2, 3, 4 (Pres.); Pep Club 1,2,3; Science Club 1,2, 3, 4; Eagle Feathers Staff 3; Stu- dent Council 4; Foreign Language Club 1,2. DANNY JEFTICH Basketball; Wrestling. DEAN J. JOHNSON Choir 1, Industrial Arts. JUDY JOHNSON Sunshine Society 2,3,4; Pep Club 3,4; Foreign Language Club 2,3; Home Ec. Club 4; Band 1; Pom Pom Girl 3; Homeroom Rep. 4. RICK JOHNSON CYNTHIA JOHNSTON Band 1,2, 3,4 (Sec.); Art Club 1,2,4; Foreign Lan- guage Club 1,2; Pep Club 1; Sunshine Society 3,4. DOROTHY KENJIC Home Ec. Club 3,4. CATHY KINGERY 112 ALICE KNOX Home Ec. Club 3,4; Sunshine Society 3. DENNIS KOLOSCI Football 1,2,3; Art Club 2.3; Industrial Arts 2,3,4 (V. Pres.). JOHN KORPAK Track 1; Baseball 2; Football 1.2, 3.4; Science Club 1 ,2,3,4; Chess Club 3,4; E-Mens Club 1, 2.3.4; For- eign Language Club 1; Basketball 2,3,4; Industrial Arts 4. DEBBY KRAYNAK GAA 1,2; Sunshine Society 1,2,3; Home Ec. Club 3; Art Club 3,4 (Sec.). JANE LACKOVITCH Band 1,2, 3, 4; Cheerleader 1 (Capt.) 2,3,4; Science Club 1, 2,3,4; Sunshine Society 1, 2,3,4; GAA 1,2,3, 4; Pep Club 1,2, 3, 4; Drama Club 2; French Club 1; GAA Volleyball and Gymnastics Team 3. BILLY LAMBERT Art Club 2,3; Football 1.2; Wrestling 1,2,4; Track l;CyclingClub4. MIKE LANDRUM ALEX LAZEVICH T r3ck 2 DEBRA LEWANDOWSKI GAA 1,2,3; Sunshine Society 1,2,3; DECA 3 (Treas.); Pep Club 1,2; Business Club 4; Home Ec. Club 2; Volleyball Team 1,2; Field Hockey Team 2; Nur- ses Club 4. PAULA LITTLEJOHN Band 1,2; Choir 2; Home Ec. Club 3,4; Sunshine Society 3,4; Art Club 4. BRIAN LIVINGSTON Basketball 1; Baseball 1,2; Band 1,2; French Club 1,2; Chess Club 1,2; Science Club 1; Boys Intra- mural 1,2; Pep Band 1,2; Musicals 1,2. JIM LUNA BETTY MARL ATT GAA 1,2; Sunshine Society 1.2; Pep Club 1; Home Ec. Club 2; Science Club 1. LAVATTA ALTHEA MARTIN Home Ec. Club 3; Honor Society 3,4; Science Club 4 (Pres.). MIKE MARTIN Football 1,2, 3, 4; Basketball 1; Baseball 1,2; Foreign Language Club 1,2; Honor Society 1,2 (V. Pres.); FTA 1 (Sec.); Student Council Rep. 1. 113 KATHY MAZURE GAA 1,2,3; Foreign Language Club 1.2; Sunshine Society 1,2, 3, 4; Home Ec. Club 1,4; Pep Club 3,4; Science Club 3. JOHN McANDREW Track 1; Science Club 1. MARY McGAUGHEY Home Ec. Club 1,2. JULIO HENRY MENDEZ Wrestling 1, 2,3,4; Football 1; Spanish Club 3; Art Club4. MYRNA IRIS MENDEZ Choir 1,2; Spanish Club 1,2,3; Sunshine Society; FTA; Nurses Club. KATHLEEN MICHAELS Choir 1,2,3, 4; Sunshine Society 1,2,3, 4 (V. Pres.); Science Club 1,2,3; Business Club 4 (Pres.); Pom Pom Girl 2,3; Honor Society 3,4: GAA 1,2,3; Foreign Language Club 1; Pep Club 1,2. JOE MILCHAK Football 1,2,3, 4; Baseball 1,2,3; E-Mens Club 2,3,4. RANDY MILLENDER Basketball 1; Boys Intramurals; Art Club; Baseball 1.2; Football 1,2. JEAN MILLER Dave Guebert and Gina Haney seem Al Ruzga eats with deep concentration. to have a lot to talk about. KENNETH MILLER Art Club 1,2,3; E-Mens Club; DECA; Foreign Lan- guage Club; Basketball 1,2,3 (Mgr.); Baseball 2,4. ED MINOR STEVE MINOR ROLAND LARRY MOORE Golf 1, 2,3.4 (Co. Capt.); Foreign Language Club 1.2 (Treas.); Chess Club 3,4 (Treas.); E-Mens Club 1,2, 3,4; Science Club 1,2,4; Junior Class Vice Presi- dent; Student Council Home Room Rep.; Boy State Alternate. JEFF MORA Football 1,4; Wrestling 1,2, 3,4. TONY MORA Football. SHARON MORAN GAA 1,2, 3,4; Sunshine Society 3; DECA 3; Powder Puff Football 1,2,3. CINDY MUNRO Sunshine Society 1,2,3, 4; GAA 1,2; Spanish Club 1; Pep Club 1,2,3; Pom Pom Girl 3; FTA 4; Science Club 3.4. PAUL NEYHART LEEDONA NOLAN ROMONA C. NOLAN DENNIS NORMAN Band 1,2,3, 4; Chess Club 1,2; Foreign Language Club 3,4; Cycling Club 4; Pep Band 1,2, 3, 4. MARY NOVKOVIC Freshman Class Vice President; Pep Club 1,2,3 (V. Pres.); Sunshine Society 1,2, 3, 4; Science Club 1,2, 3, 4; GAA 1,2, 3,4 (Sr. Rep.); Yearbook Staff 3; Sophomore Class Girl Rep.; Senior Class Treasure; DECA 3 (V. Pres.) 4 (Sec.); Powder Puff Football 1.3. CATHY OATS Band 1,2, 3, 4; Science Club 2,3,4; Sunshine Society 2; Pom Pom Girl 3. JIM O’DANIEL 115 DOROTHY POINTER GAA 1; DECA 3,4; Choir 1,2,3; Pom Pom Girl 3; Home Ec. Club 2; Mini-Business Club 2 (V. Pres.). RANDY POLK Cross Country 1,2; Track 1; Basketball 1,2, 3,4; Baseball 1; FTA (V. Pres.); Science Club 1; Woods 1; E-Mens Club 1,2,3; Cycling Club; Foreign Lan- guage Club 1,2. PENNY POWELL GAA 1,2; Home Ec. Club 1,2 (V. Pres.); Art Club 3,4; Sunshine Society 1. KAREN PROTT Band 1,2,3 4; Pep Club 2,3; Home Room Rep. 1,2, 3; GAA 1,2,3, 4; Foreign Language Club 1; Sunshine Society 2,3,4; Drama Club 2; Science Club 2,3,4 (Treas.). MICK PURCELL DAVID RAPPATTA Debbie Kraynak brightens up what might be a dull day. Dances seem to be a lot of fun at Edison. JEFFREY PARKER Chess Club 4; Industrial Arts 4; Art Club 2 (Pres.); Wrestling 1. GARY PARKS JOHN PILNOCK Wrestling 1: Baseball 1 (Mgr.); Football 2 (Mgr.); Art Club; FTA. JACKIE LYNN REBECK GAA 1,2, 3,4; Junior Class Treasurer; Sunshine Soc- iety 1, 2,3,4; Cheerleader 1; Pep Club 1,2, 3.4; Pow- der Puff Football 1,2,3; Gymnastics 3; Science Club 1,2; Student Council 3. JIM RING E-Mens Club 1.2.3.4 (Sec.); Chess Club 3.4 (Pres.); Science Club 1,2,3, 4; Foreign Language Club 1,2; Baseball 1,2; Basketball 1,4; Wrestling 2,3 (Capt.); Football 1,2, 3, 4 (Capt.); Industrial Arts 4; Student Council 1. DON ROBB RON ROBB CLARENCE ROGERS AL RUZGA Foreign Language Club 1,2,3; Science Club 1,2; E-Mens Club 2,3,4; Boys State Rep.; Student Coun- cil (Pres.): Honor Society 3,4; Basketball 1,2, 3, 4; Cycling Club 4; Athletic Officials 4. VICKY RYAN Sunshine Society 1.2.3.4; Pep Club 2.3; Foreign Language Club 1,2,3; Choir 1; Home Ec. Club 4. PEGGY SANSONE GAA 1,2,3, 4; Sunshine Society 1,2,3, 4; Science Club 3; Pep Club 1,2: Powder Puff Football 2,3. ROBIN SCHLICHTING DEBORAH LYN SCHMELZER Pom Pom Girl 4; Yearbook Staff 4; GAA 1,2; Home Ec. Club 1; Sunshine Society 1,2; Office Assistant 4. KENDRA SEAGLE GAA 1,2, 3,4; Science Club 1,2,3; DECA 4; Sunshine Society 1,2,3; Sophomore Class Officer. KENT SEAGLE Basketball 1; Baseball 2; Chess Club 1,2; DECA (Treas.); Foreign Language Club 1,2. DEBBY SEXTON Business Assistant 3; Sunshine Society 4; Business Club 4 (Sec.) (T reas.). TERRY SISSON Band 1,2,3, 4; GAA 1,2,3, 4 (Sec.); Drama Club 2 (Sec.); Pom Pom Girl 2,3; Business Club 4; Pep Club 2; Foreign Language Club 1; Interschool Field Hocky 3; Interschool Volleyball 3,4; Interschool Basketball 1,2,3. MICHAEL SKARJA Football 1,2, 3, 4; Track 1,2, 3, 4; Wrestling 1; Chess Club 1,2,3; E-Mens Club 1,2, 3, 4; Science Club 1.2; Foreign Language Club 1,2; D E Related 1. 117 RONALD J. SMENYAK Art Club l;Track 1. SHEILA SMITH Nurses Club 3,4; Choir 1; Business Club 4. GREG SOHOVICH E-Mens Club 1,2, 3, 4; Foreign Language Club 1,2,3 (Pres.)l Science Club 4; Chess Club 3,4; Cross Country 1,2; Baseball 3,4; Track 1,2. PAT SORIA GAA 1,2,3 (Jr. Rep.) 4 (Treas.); Sunshine Society 4; Science Club 1,2,3; Student Council 4; Year- book 3,4 (Editor); Interschool Sports; Powder Puff Football 2; Senior Class President. ANGELA M. SPEARS Sunshine Society 2,3,4; Foreign Language Club 2,3; Home Ec. Club 4; Pep Club 3,4; Nurses Club 4: Pom Pom Girl 3. NANCY STEWART Home Ec. Club 2,3,4; Sunshine Society 3,4. DARRELL E. STOKES Science Club 1,2, 3, 4 (V. Pres.); FT A 2,4; Chess Club 2; Student Council 4 (Pari.); Debate Club 2; Drama Club 2; Eagle Feathers (Ass ' t Editor); Algebra Ass’t 3,4; E-Mens Club 2,3,4; Choir 1 RAY STONE Football 1, 2,3,4; Track 1,2, 3, 4; E-Mens Club 2,3,4; DECA 3,4 (Jr. Class Pres.). GAYLE ANNE SZYBALA GAA 1,2,3; Pep Club 1,2,3 (Treas.); Science Club 1,2,3,4; DECA 4; Sunshine Society 1,2,3, 4; Powder Puff Football 2,3; Choir 1. SANDY TALBERT Home Ec. Club 1,2,3, 4 (V. Pres.); Sunshine Society 3,4; Nurses Club 3,4 (Treas.). TERRY TARNOWSKI 118 SHARON THARP Sunshine Society 1,2,3, 4; Foreign Language Club 2 . KATHLEEN SUE TRAVIS Sunshine Society 1,2, 3,4; GAA 1,2,3; Science Club 1,2,3, 4; Student Council Exec. Sec. 4; Choir 1 (Pres.) 2,3,4; Student Council 1.2 (V. Pres.) 4. LEESA VIERS GAA 1,2,3; Sunshine Society 1,2,3; Science Club 1; DECA 1.2. VIVIAN WAHLSMITH Band 1,2,3; Sunshine Society 1,2, 3, 4 (Rep.); GAA 1,2, 3, 4 (Pres.); Science Club 1,2,3 (V. Pres.) 4; Pep Club 1,2,3; Foreign Language Club 1,2; Stu- dent Council 3,4; Honor Society 3,4; Interschool Sports 1,2, 3,4; Powder Puff Football 2.3. TED WATTS Industrial Arts 4; Basketball 2; Football 2; Foreign Language Club 1.2. BILL WEBBER Football 1; Basketball 1; Wrestling 2,4; Chess Club 3,4; Industrial Arts 3,4. ED WHITE RHONDA WHITLEDGE Choir 1, 2,3,4. DAVID WILLIAMS Cross Country 2; Basketball 1; Foreign Language Club 1,2, 3, 4; Science Club 2,4; FTA 4. LONNIE W. WILLOUGHBY Foreign Language Club; Book Club; Biology Ass’t 1 , 2 . JOANNE WITKA GAA 1.2; Choir 1,2, 3, 4; Sunshine Society 1; Pep Club 1; Powder Puff Football 3,4. WILLIAM W. WITKA E-Mens Club 2,3,4 (V. Pres.); Wrestling 2; Cross Country 2,3; Track 1,2,3; Student Council 2, 4 (Home Room Rep.); FTA 2,4; Science Club 3; DECA 4; Foreign Language Club 1,2 (Rep.); Art Club 3.4. BENJAMIN YANEZ Art Club; Science Club; Cycling Club; Chess Club. BETTY JO YOUNG GAA 1,2, 3, 4; Art Club 3,4. NADINE YOUNG Choir 1; Home Ec. Club 3; Art Club 4. 119 Springtime at the lake wet clothes . . . sand castles racing along the beach enjoying the sun sinking in the sand barefoot in the park a moment together for some an early start on a tan first dunking of the season Who cares? It’s spring. Juniors are finally upperclassmen ' -t “Hey, we ' re upperclassmen” is the happiest sound to any junior. " Did you see her ring?” “Lemme see yours. " " Not another pep session!” School spirit lagged, but even when we finally got together it didn’t sound like much. “They should’ve given us an award for at least try- ing.” “How’s your classes?’ “Bor- ing.” " Easy.” " Don’t know, I never make it to any.” " You going to col- lege? " “Did you take the PSAT test?” Classes got more complicated Some juniors lacked interest; some dropped out. Others studied think- ing about college and credits “When did they start going to- gether?” " See ya after the game,” “Is there a dance tonight?” “Any parties this weekend?” “Just think, only one more year. As the juniors finish their year, they realize that the future is approaching fast. ABOVE: Junior class officers, Bill Busch, boys rep.: Nancy Novkovic, Pres.; Beth Eaton, girl rep.; Nancy Coffman, sec.; Sabrina Woodall, V-Pres. LEFT: Doug Cochran works hard on the float. RIGHT: Nancy Coffman enjoys a good magazine in the library. 122 John Abies Mark Anderson Robert Ball Dianne Beres Louise Bernardi Sandra Biel Renee ' Binko Dave Bowen Rose Bradley Vickie Brant Ken Brown Annetta Burton Bill Busch Louis Butts Jeff Campbell Mark Cargile Ken Cates Bobby Childers Doug Cochran Earl Click Terri Cochran Nancy Coffman Paul Coffman Kathy Coleman Sharon Collett John Covelli Ronald Croft Dan Cudney Marshall Curtis Melody Neague holds one of the decorations used in junior hall. Bill Coleman Karen Coleman Bev Daniel Clyde Darnell Bill Davis Cathy Dietrich Ken Dixon Dawn Dobyns Maurice Dukes Marty Edmaiston Beth Eaton Mike Easley John Frame Dianna Funkhouser Keith Gay Joyce Gaza Don Gish Rickie Goff Vickie Good Darlene Goodwin Charles Goodwin Darlene Gray Barb Green Rickey Groves Ray Hack Joyce Gaza and Mark Anderson find something in- teresting to watch at lunch. Mitchell Haddad Wesley Handley Terry Haney Debbie Hatley Peter Havard Mike Haywood Steve Hecht Greg Heflin 125 Jeff Heflin April Heims Jeff Hepler Rodney Hicks Bill Hodge Rene Huddleston Clarence Hursell Art Jenkins Debbie Johnson Darla Johnston Dave Kadish Bob Kerr Tom Kiraly Jolynn Koontz Frank Korpak Liz Kraner Joe Lavender R.C. Ledford Maria Lezniak Brenda Littlejohn Mike Lonigro Lester Lynch Debbie Malinoff Darla Johnston backs the team with her cheering. Margie Manista Steve Mantta Rich Mardis Dominic Martin Ken Martin David McDaniel |-4» - A M 77 . 1 ■ 1 X TJ 1 . I Rf ‘ ’ ■ « . .1 a aflfc iV Roberta Moffatt Clay Moore Cindy Napier Melody Neague Nancy Novkovic Mike Osborn Randy Padilla Rickey Pemberton Cindy Phillippe Julie Pilnock Brenda Poe Rick Powers Steve Puskac Roy Rainwater Linda Ratcliff Don Remaley Alois Rey Maria Rocha Casimer Rosiecki Octavio Ruiz Billie Rusin Ed Sherman Brenda Shoemaker Mike Silaghi Jon Simpson Terry Cochran puts the finishing touches on a star. Joe Skarja Jim Skomac Brian Smith Raeann Smith Bob Snodgrass Jeanine Somers Nancy Stanley Tina Stewart Doug Stout Bill Stufflebeam Mary Swaney Pat Szostek Danny Taylor Tim Todosijevic Nathan Twilla Donald Vaughn Joe Williams Steve Wolfe Sabrina Woodall Ben Woynaroski These junior girls must really enjoy their lunch. 128 Sophs return to tackle second year Sneak into sophomore hall and you might overhear: " Aw right, spirit trophy two years in a row. " " You going to the float tonight? " " This years ' really great. I’m not afraid to walk down the hall or go into the restrooms.” Sopho- mores are still adjusting and some still haven’t got into the swing of things. " Next week I get my li- cense. I can’t wait.” " Are you go- ing to the JV game? " " Do you know who’s going together? " A sophomore’s life really has its ups and downs. “I lost my keys! " “I got an F on my Geometry test. " " Poems in English are really get- ting me down. " Being a sopho- more has many advantages: later hours, more freedom, responsibil- ities and more activities. f ’i ,-yr • ; r ! if «pa Sophomore Class Officers. Morris Osborn. V-Pres . Rich Kurzdorfer. Boy ' s Rep.: Rick Devaney. Pres.. Kim Coleman. Girls Rep.: Sharon Davis. Sec.; Janet Norman. T reas. not pictured ABOVE: Sophomore float. 130 Tern Aloia Cindy Anders Sandra Ayala Mike Baird Alan Ballard Tana Barker Ron 8ayer £ 2 Philip Dixon Ernie Dodd Mike Dowd Francis Dunn Roxanne Eberhart Sue Eddy James Edmond Sue Ferguson Dana Follow Janet Foster Cynthia Garber Bobbie Gasaway Linda Gee Pete Gibson Chris Good Bruce Grant Kathy Groves Alan Guess Wayne Gullett Bonnie Gums Kathy Hamady Theresa Hampton Randall Cook Rita Cook Lonnie Coppinger Peggy Crabb Paul Cretton Kaleen Curtis Mary Ann Dahlstrom Pat Darnell Janice Davis Sharon Davis Mark DeMaria John Derado Rick DeVaney Becky Dietrich Peggy Jackson Linda Jacob Mike Jenkins Tony Joffre Jim Johnson Mike Johnson Susan Johnson ' Anne MacDonald Bob Majtyka Mary Malinoff Judy Manley Aletria Mardis Dale Maretich Mike Maupin Joe McCammon Wanda McKay Kathy Mercier Ron Metz Debbie Mickey Kenny Millender Mildred Miller Rick Miner Perry Mitchell Cheryl Moreau Ron Morgan Lavanda Morrill Bob Munro Ray Myers Lowell Newbold Michael Newby Fred Newman T roy Nolan Well what shall I take. 1 ' says Dave Bobrowski Janet Norman Chuck Nush Rita O ' Daniel Tom O ' Hara Robin Paulk Ron Pedroza Allen Pennock Bob Phillippe Ruth Polk Sheila Powers Tom Pysh Rich Olson Joyce Ortiz Morry Osborn Mary Overbay Brian Parker Cathy Patterson Sherry Paxton Roger Simmons Jewel Sims Sandy Sisson Cheryl Skomac Anita Sliger Bill Smith Gary Smith Liz Smith Ellen Snawder Kathy Sowles Mike Spears Rogers Stearns Jeff Streetman Frank Sturgeon Eydie Ramien Ann Ramsay Jim Rebeck Julie Reeves Dan Rice Don Richie Robbie Robbins Frank Rodriguez Steve Rogers John Rosser LouAnn Rowan Cliff Rowland Marcia Rubino Al Ruiz Tammy Sexton Dan Shoemaker Tom Sansone Rhoda Santell Karen Kinsey and Kim Vanderlin closely watch an Eagle first down. RIGHT: The lunch room gets lots of use from the sophomore boys. James Russell . Cheryl Sable John Schlicting Shirly Scott Tony Switzler Jeff Szybala Pete Tarnowski Chuck Taylor Mary Ann Thompson Susie Tsaparikos Sue Turley Dave Turner Brian Twilla Jenny Underwood Kim Vanderlin Debra Viers Rodney Walczak Don Wilson Mike Hodges Dave Hoefflicker Maureen Holland Ruth Hutton Kim Winchester Patty Zmierski Mary Ann Zupko Don Hanson Pat Hobbs Cathy Hodges Freida Burns shows enthusiasm at the football game Bill Henley Rich Hertaus i H t- Freshman class starts at the bottom Well, there they are. the new freshmen. “I can’t find my class. " " Wow! Look at all those senior guys.” Freshmen start all over again. " I guess that ' s where it starts — at the bottom. " “But. we ' re on our way up. " A new start on learning, studying, sock-hops, and for some just plain ole ' confusion. Freshmen cheerleaders and athletes learn the importance in being a team and squad. They learn the meaning of co-operation. " Where ' s our school spirit? " Some say it’s due to " lazy classmates.” Some get ahead and some stay behind, but that ' stheprice you gotta pay for being a " frosh. " ABOVE: FRESHMAN CLASS OFFICERS: Kathy Shudick. Pres ; Boyd Dehaven. V-Pres.; Kim Faulkner. Treas.; Wendy Harmon. Sec. RIGHT: Kelly Vanderlln. Kelly Dillin. and Susan Blaylock are backing their team. 138 139 Brian Adams Becky Adkins George Avarado Cynthia Anderson Rhonda Anderson Rich Arnold Lynne Bart Candie Bartos Rosalind Berkley Cathy Biel Carol Blatz Susan Blaylock Theresa Bobrowski Sandy Bohannon Robert Bums Joe Burton Bob Cates Tony Chapman Stanley Childers Brenda Chirco Mike Clay Jim Cline Dennise Coban Charles Coleman Dave Coleman Mike Coleman Ron Collins Debbie Comstock Terry Bonner Edith Bradley Mike Bragdon Pamela Bratton Paul Buchanan Mark Burdett Sitting out in the hall. Mark Rogers is trying to pass a make-up test. Randy Brechner LeeRoy Bruckman Janell Conklin Mark Cooper Curtis Coppinger George Consorti Tony Cox Mike Crofton Earl Cuellar Bill Curtis George Danapas Nancy Daniel Karen Darosky Nancy Davis Boyd DeHaven John De La Cruz Kelly Dillin Paul Disney Donald Dixon Kathy Dobyns Bill Dovellos Ed Dranchak Kim Faulkner Cathy Ferguson Ray Floyd Doug Frame George Frenzl Lloyd Gapinski Hazel Gasaway Dave Drummond Robins Dukes Sue Dunn Bruce Edmond Frank Ennis Darlene Evans Amy Fast Bob Cates is showing George Danapas something " very interesting. " Carol Donahoo Dave Dooley Kris Gaza Kenny Good Randy Gordon John Grebnick Betsy Gregory Ted Greiff Danny Groves Julie Gwilt Dan Hallmark Sheila Handley Matt Harber Wendy Harmon Pam Harrison Paul Havard Carolyn Horvath Jean Howard Bob Imhausen Robin Jackowicz Karen Jackson Andy Jakich Bret Jenkins Jeff Holman Pam Hopkins Monse Joffre Jay Johnson Ray Jones Bill Justice Tony Rebeck Mark Kietzman Michael Kietzman Kim Faulkner helps decorate the freshman hall for Homecoming. Micky Hodge Dave Hoffman Laura Knotts Arthur Kary Rick Kraynak Linda Law Ed Lewis Greg Lewis Mike Lewis Wally Lezniak Amanda Loveless Marilyn Luna Robert Lynch Bill Lyons Dave Mardis Ed Martin Rhonda Martin Pat McGlothin Bob McNeal Gil Miller Candie Bartos looks tor a book while Sue Dunn waits Janet Miller Roberta Miller George Mixis , David Moffatt Mary Moore Joe Mora Debbie Morgan Mary Ann Mullarky Rich Neyhart Jim Northey Cheryl Oates Ed O ' Daniel Debbie Olson Lisa Ortiz Joe Owens Joy Padilla Cindy Palmateer John Pittman Betty Stone Tim Stout Cathy Sylvia Cathy Taylor Rick Tharp Eva Thompson Tom Thorne Kelly Vanderlin Sandra Vaughn Dennis Vizena Stacy Vogel Regina Webb Brenda West Sandy Westerhout Charles Price Paul Psomadelis Debbie Ralston Tim Ratcliff Steve Reynolds Mark Rogers Mary Rosiecki Michael Rosiecki Ross Palio Rita Satterfield David Schmelzer Debbie Shields Laura Shoemaker Kathie Shudick Linda Spain Peggy Starcevic Denise Silverthorn Donna Simmons Bob Sliger Suzie Smith Freshman girls stick together after lunch. Gordon Somers Keith Somers Bob Wild Margie Williams Jann Woelk Jeff Wolverton Linda Wright Dale Young Mary Ann Zeman Mike Zmierski Freshman girls enjoy their lunch. Kathy Shudick, Kelly Vanderlin. and Betsy Gregory show how much fun they had at GAA Initiation. Investigating . . . Ads Advertisements show businesses and schools working together. The yearbook needs ads; the merchants need customers. Their continued support deserves our patronag e in return. 148 149 150 Samples by Artemis 1601 Central Avenue East Gary, Indiana 962-1226 Central Center 962-1505 ear Round Fashions, Come In! Browse — No Need to Buy — Sizes to 24! 2 151 152 15, ' i Kellen’s Florist 342 Main St. Hobart Gross Sport Sales 726 Washington St. Gary, Ind. — 885-2624 School jackets — baseball, Football, track, wrestling basketball equipment Lake County’s Largest rguson Real Esta ,3101 Central Ave I East Gary, Ind. , 962-1133 arbara’s Beauty Shoppe 2731 Central Avenue East Gary, Indiana C C Cycle Engineering The Family Sampler, Gift Shop Johnnie’s Pastry Shop Carpet World Listendahl Son Blossom Flower Shop 154 Olson Frum Funeral Homes, Inc. 1307 Central Avenue East Gary, Indiana 962-1511 Eugene L. Frum, Funeral Director Mr. Mrs. George Vondrak Mr. Mrs. Steve Gaza 7 Steve Gaza. E. G. Youth Basketball Steve Gaza. Golf Coach Mr. Mrs. I. M. Director Mr. Mrs. W. Koontz Mr. Mrs. William Courtney Mr. Mrs. John Kuruzovich Mr. Mrs. Albert Kinsey Mr. Mrs. Steve Georgakis Raeann George Mr. Mrs. Ted Ramsby Mr. Mrs. Lupe Soria Mr. Mrs. Armitage Sharon David Mr. Mrs. Stanley Paterson Varsity Cheerleaders Petra Kovacevic Mr. Mrs. John C. Prott Mrs. Helen Coleman Miss Ceglian Mrs. Martin 155 optatives of Department High School is a waste of ti . . . unless you find a job that- turaa oj ift and makes good use of your wcStion. Inland Steel wants only peo»l who want to use everything they’ve lJfej tf i in high school— and strongly desireft Jg v person- ally and in their chosen fiellfe B Inland’s future growth ® creativity and productivity fl you want a really challenging - ; contribute— with the rewards ■Bcr ities that go with it— Inland wants you. “ 1 , tar the umWy to onsibil ' ' talk-to Ll INLAND STEE L COMPAMY JW e need acti| o rortunities in cl teCEHical . . . and i d out about fcan fnk it ovpr good hi M e king graduates for aU . ’ P r °ductionf ' ., . . cratt apprenticeship areas. h asp ons jfcJy Vec P takerl iB to Employment Re Inland’s Pe’ fe Indiana Hart tu, Waiting Str An equal o Index A Abies, John 124 Adams, Brian 140 Adkins, Rebecca 140 Allen, Pat 106 Aloia, Terri 132 Alverado, Ernie 106 Anders, Cindv 132 Anderson, Cindy 140 Anderson, Gary 103, 106 Anderson, Mark 61, 62, 124, 125, 54 Anderson, Rhonda 140 Anthony, Star 90, 91, 103, 106 Arflack, Vicki 106 Armes, Steve Armitage. Janice 106 Ayala, Leticia 132 Ayala, Yolanda B Bail, Bob Baird. Mike 61, 62, 132 Ball, Bob 124 Ballard. Alan 132 Ballard, Mike 106 Barker, Tana 132 Bart, Lynne 140 Barton, Melanie 106 Bartos, Candy 20, 77, 140, 143 Bayer, Diana 107 Bayer, Ron 132 Beattie, Rhonda 30, 33, 84, 107 Beliles, Joe Belt, Darlene 3, 107 Bennet, Bill 19, 132 Bennet, Keith 132 Benton, Linda Beres, Dave 54, 61, 62, 66, 67, 73, 132 Beres, Diane 124 Berkly, Rosalind 140 Bernardi, Louise 124 Berrier, Bill 132 Bianco, Tony 105, 107 Bickett, Donna 107 Biel, Cathy 140 Biel, Sandra 124 Binko, Renee ' 99, 124 Black, Theresa 39, 132 Blackwell, Alan Blair, Paulette 132 Blatz, Carol 140 Blaylock, Susan 19, 140, 138 Bliss, Mary 92, 132 Bobrowski, Dave 66, 67, 68, 69, 132 Bobrowski, Dave 66, 67, 68, 69, 132 Bobrowski, Theresa 140 Bohannon, Sandra 140 Bolint, Chris 64, 65 Bolles, Ted 132 Bolles, Tom 61, 62, 64, 66, 67, 90, 129 Bonner, Terry 69, 140 Bowen, Clifford Bowen, Dave 124 Boyd, Eleen 132 Boznak, Christine 107 Bradley, Edith 140 Bradley, Rose 53, 124 Bragdon, Mike 40, 140 Brant, Patty 132 Brant, Vickie 124 Bratton, Pamela 140 Bravo, Lorraine 132 Breckner, Randall 140 Brett, Jo Ann 23, 132 Brown, Joan 107 Brown, Ken 124 Bruckman, Lee Roy 140 Bryan, David 107 Bryan, Mike 103, 107 Buchanan, Paul 140 Budzinski, Donna 107 Bullock. Darlene 132 Burdett, Mark 140 Burns, Bobby 40, 69, 137, 140 Burns, Freida 27, 34, 131, 132 Burns, Steve 29, 61, 107 Burton, Annetta 124 Burton, Joe 63, 87, 140 Busch, Bill 73, 122, 124 Butts, Louis 124 C Campbell, Jeff 124 Cannon, Danny 61, 62, 107, 132 Cannon, Sandy 29, 102, 107 Cargile, Mark 51, 124 Carlton, Larry 132 Carnegie, Josephine 132 Carter, Debbie 38, 94, 107 Cates, Ken 63, 124 Cates, Robert 21, 26, 71. 140 Chapman, Tony 140 Chester, Julie 132 Childers, Bobby 124 Childers. Charles 132 Childers, Rena 107 Childers, Stanley 140 Chirco, Brenda 18, 140 Christakis, Karen 49, 91, 108 Claar, Darrell Clay, Mike 63, 140 Clemens, Cindy 132 Clemens, Dennis 132 Click, Earl 124 Click, Ivan Click, Penny Click, Ricky Cline, Debra 76, 77, 79, 80, 82. 132 Cline, Jim 63, 71, 140 Cloyd, Steve 46, 108 Coban, Dennise 140 Cochran, Donna 108 Cochran, Doug 70, 74, 122, 124 Cochran, Paul 108 Cochran, Terri 124, 127 Coffman, Nancy 53, 122, 124 Coffman, Paul 124 Coleman, Billie 124 Coleman, Charles 140 Coleman, David 69, 140 Coleman, Joyce 77, 79 Coleman, Karen 99, 124 Coleman, Kathy 99, 124 Coleman, Kevin 132 Coleman, Kim 28, 49, 132 Coleman, Mark 132 Coleman, Michael 140 Coleman, Rickey 61, 74, 108 Coleman, William Collett, Sharon 124 Collins, Cindy 132 Collins. Ronald 140 Comstock, Debra 86, 140 Comstock, Patty 85, 132 Conklin, Janell 141 Consorti, George 63, 141 Cook, Randell 133 Cook, Rita 133 Cook, Sharon 108 Cooper, Mark 141 Coppinger, Curtis 63. 69. 141 Coppinger, Lonnie 43, 133 Cottrell, Robert 108 Cottrell, Sonia Covelli, John 124 Cox, Anthony 141 Cox, Vicky 108 Crabb, Peggy 36, 133 Cretton, Paul 51, 65, 66, 135 Croft, Ron 124 Crofton, Michael 141 Cudney, Danny 124 Cuellar, Bob 32, 108 Cuellar, Earl 26, 27, 69, 141 Curtis, Kaleen 34, 77, 79, 133 Curtis, Marshall 124 Curtis, William 141 D Dahlstom. Mary Ann 49, 50, 133 Danapas, George 71, 141 Daniel, Bev 125 Daniel, Nancy 25, 141 Darnell, Clyde 125 Darnell, Pat 133 Darosky, Karen 50, 104, 141 Datsko, Raffy 32, 109 Davenport, Vicki Davis. Bill 125 Davis, Janice 133 Davis, Nancy 141 Davis, Rickey Lea 92, 109 Davis, Sharon 15, 81, 83, 99, 133 DeHaven, Boyd 26, 63, 69, 138, 141 DelaCruz, Aracelie DelaCruz, John 141 DelaCruz, Luz 109 DeMaria, Mark 133 Derado, John 50, 66, 67, 133 Dettman, Wayne 109 DeVaney, John 109 DeVaney, Rick 50, 54, 66, 67, 133 Dickerson, James 42 Dietrich, Becky 21, 133 Dietrich, Cathy 90, 125 Dillin, Kelly 21, 83, 86, 138, 141 Dillingham, Michael 28, 70, 91, 104, 109 Disney, Paul 141 Dixon, Don 141 Dixon, Kenneth 22, 125 Dixon, Philip 133 Dixon, Tony 60, 61, 66, 67 Dobyns, Dawn 21, 76, 77, 79, 82, 125 Dobyns, Kathy 76, 77, 79, 97, 141 Dodd, Ernie 66, 67, 133 Donahue, Carol 92, 141 Dooley, David 141 Dovellas, Bill 141 Dover, Dennis Dowd, Michael 61, 62, 133 Dranchak, Edward 63, 69, 141 Dranchak, Mark 158 Drummond, David 25, 109, 141 Duffee, Dan 61, 65, 67, 109 Duffee, Dave 60, 61 Dukes, Maurice 70, 125 Dukes, Robin 141 Dunn, Francis 66, 67, 133 Dunn, Susan 141 Dunn, Virginia 93, 109 E Easley, Mike 125 Eaton, Beth 90, 122 Eaton, Lois 38, 39. 48, 50, 91, 94, 96, 104, 109 Eaton, Vicki 109, 125 Eberhardt, Roxanne 133 Eddy, Susan 133 Edmaiston, Marty 47, 61, 93, 125 Edmond, Bruce 141 Edmond, Ralph 63, 141 Ennis, Frank 63, 141 Ennis, Steve 65, 95, 109 Epperson, James 40 Evans, Darlene 18, 26, 141 F Farley, Harold 109 Farney, Rick 110 Fast, Amy 21, 36, 141 Faulkner, Greg 49, 1 10 Faulkner, Kim 86, 138, 141, 142 Felker, Genise 1 10 Ferguson, Cathy 141 Ferguson, Sue 133 Floyd, Ray 141,69 Follow, Dana 133 Foster, Janet 47, 76, 82, 83, 87, 92, 133 Frame, Doug 63, 141 Frame, John 125 Frencil, George 141 Fritts, Paulette 84, 104, 110 Funkhouser, Diana 77, 79, 80, 82, 125 G Gadzala, Marsha 49, 96, 98, 108, 1 10 Gapinski, Lloyd 141 Garber, Charles 40. 110 Garber, Cynthia 133 Garber, Marie 110 Garner, Joyce 36, 94, 110, 148 Garrard, Sheree 110 Gasaway, Bobbie 133 Gasaway, Hazel 141 Gay, Keith 25, 125 Gaza, Joyce 99, 125 Gaza. Kevin 64, 65, 75, 105, 1 1 1 Gaza, Kris 69. 142 Gee, Linda 131, 133 Gibson, Pete 133 Gibson, Tersea Gilbert, Sharon 111 Gilbert, Wayne 111 Gish, Don 61, 62, 125 Goff, Rickie 125 Good, Chris 133 Good, Ken 63, 142 Good, Vicky 33, 125 Goodwin, Charles 125 Goodwin, Darlene 125 Gordon, Randy 63, 141 Gott, Deborah 111 Gray, Darlene 125 Gray, Larry 61, 93, 111 Grebnick, John 63, 142 Green, Barb 125 Gregory, Despina 142, 145 Grieff, Ted 142 Grigsby, Myron 40, 49. 103, 111 Grishka, Terry 96, 111 Groves, Danny 142 Groves, Kathy 133 Groves, Rickey 125 Gruett, Debi 102, 103, 108, 111 Guebert, Dave 52, 60, 61. 65. 93, 95, 105, 111, 114 Guess, Alan 71, 131, 133 Guliet, Ron 133 Gums, Bonnie 133 Gwilt, Julie 142 Gwilt, Randy 95, 111 H Haas, Linda Hack, Ray 34, 51. 61, 62, 70, 125 Haddad, Mitchel 25, 63 Halderman, Donald Hallmark, Danny 142 Hallmark, Marilyn 76, 77, 79, 92, 97 Hamady, Kathy 133 Hampton, Theresa 51, 133 Handley, Eddie 111 Handley, Sheila 76, 77, 79, 80, 142 Handley, Wesley 125 Haney, Regina 46, 52,95, 105, 111, 114 Haney, Terry 125 Hanson, Donald 137 Harber, Matthew 142 Harmon, Wendy 142, 138 Harrison, Pamela 142 Harty, Richard Hatley, Debbie 49. 125 Havard, Paul 142 Havard, Pete 125 Haywood, Michael 22, 125 Haywood, Sherry 54, 111 Heard, Dena 142 Hecht, Steve 60, 61, 71, 123, 125 Heflin, Greg 126 Heflin, Jeff 126 Heims, April 81, 126 Hendren, Kim 83, 142 Henley, William 137 Hennings, Willis 53, 111 Henry, Joni 28, 30, 34, 79, 1 1 1 Helpler, Jeff 126 Hertaus, Richard 71, 137 Hicks, Rodney 61, 126 Hobbs, Patricia 137 Hodge, Barry 63, 142 Hodge. Mickey 63, 142 Hodge, William 22, 93, 126 Hodges, Cathy 49, 77, 137 Hodges, Michael 137 Hoefelicker, David 137 Hoffman, David 142 Holland, Maureen 137 Holman, Jeffery 142 Holquin, Raul Honeycutt, Eva 112 Hopkins. Pam 142 Horvath, Carolyn 142 Howard, Jean Ann 142 Hreha, Suzanne 15, 46. 96, 105, 112 Huddleston, Rene 126 Hursel, Clarence 73, 126 Hursey, Joe Hutton, Norman 137 I Imhausen, Bob 142 J Jackowicz, Robin 24, 95, 142 Jackson, Donna 52 Jackson. Karen 79, 80, 142 Jackson. Peggy 76, 82. 134 Jackson, Timothy 61, 62 Jacob, Linda 35, 82, 83, 134 Jakich, Andy 142 Jeftich, Danny 112 Jenkins, Arthur 126 Jenkins, Bret 19, 69, 142 Jenkins, Mick 134 Joffre, Monse 142 Joffre, Tony 27, 134 Johnson, Dean 112 Johnson, Debbie 126 Johnson, James 134 Johnson, Jay 142 Johnson, Judy 112 Johnson, Mike 134 Johnson, Rick Johnson, Susan 134 Johnson, Wanda 134 Johnston, Cindy 48, 112 Johnston, Darla 77, 84, 126 Johnston, Sandra 134 Jones, Cindy 134 Jones, Marjorie 134 Jones, Raymond 142 Jones, Teresa 134 Justice, Bill 142 K Kadish, Dave 72, 126 Karageorge, Lorraine Kary, Art 63, 71, 142 Kary, Chuck 134 Kasrich, Mike 134 Kemp, Carolyn 82, 134 Kenjic, Dorothy 112 Kenjic, Wanda 134 Kerr, Robert 126 Kietzman, Mark 142 Kietzman, Mike 142 Kingery, Cathy 52, 102, 1 12 Kinsey, Karen 81, 85, 90, 99. 134, 136 Kiraly, Tom 22, 64, 65, 126 Kirby, Dora 134 Klimek, Cindy 134 Kneale, Kathy 134 Knotts, Laura 143 Knox, Alice 113 Kolosci, Dennis Kolosci, Kathy 134 Koontz, Jolynn 77, 126 159 Korpak. Frank 126, 67. 66. 64 Korpak, John 47. 60, 61, 104, 113 Kramer, Elizabeth 126 Kraynak, Richard 143 Kurzdorfer, Richard 41, 66, 68, 134 L Lackovitch, Jane 47, 50, 81, 84. 131, 134 Lackovitch, Melissia 48, 50, 81, 131, 134 Lambert, Bill 49, 70, 92, 103, 113 Landrum, Mike 113 Lavendar, Joe 34, 71, 126 Lavendar, Lenora 134 Law, Linda 143 Law, Susan 36, 96 Lazevich, Alex 51, 113 Ledford, R.C. 126 Leone, John Lewandowski, Debbie 113 Lewis. Antahony 71, 73, 134 Lewis, Edwin 142 Lewis, Gregory 142 Lewis, Ken 134 Lewis. Mike 63 Lezniak, Maria 126 Lezniak, Wally 63, 69, 143 Littell, Brenda 126 Littlejohn, Brenda 126 Littlejohn, Paula 52, 113 Livingston, Brian 113 Lonigro. Mike 126 Loveless. Amanda 143 Lubeck, Don 134 Luellman, Cindy 134 Luna, Jim 113 Luna, Marilyn 76. 79, 80, 143 Lynch, Lester 126 Lynch, Robert 143 Lyons, Billy M MacDonald, Ann 134 Majtyka, Robert 134 Malinoff, Debby 126 Malinoff, Mary 36, 134 Manista, Margie 87, 126 Manley, Judy 134 Mantta, Steve 126 Mardis, David 63. 70, 143 Mardis, Kay 82, 143 Mardis, Richard 126 Maretich, Dale 134 Marlatt, Elizabeth 32 Martin, Dominic 71, 126 Martin, Edward 143 Martin, Joe 39 Martin, Ken 126 Martin, Lavatta 90, 91, 113 Martin, Mike 49. 53, 61,91,113 Martin, Rhonda 95, 139, 143 Maupin, Mike 104, 134 Mazur, Kathleen 114 McAndrew, John 1 14 McCammon, Joe 135 McDaniel, David 126 McDonald, Michael 42 McGaughey, Mary McGlothin, Patricia 134 McKay, Wanda 135 McNeal, Bobby 143 Mendez. Gladys Mendez, Henry 1 14 Mendez, Myrna 114 Mercier, Kathy 135 Metz, Ronald 135 Michaels. Kathy 28, 92, 96. 103, 1 14 Mickey, Debbie 36, 135 Milchak, Joseph 61, 72, 105, 114 Millender, Ken 135 Millender, Randy 114 Miller, Gil 143 Miller, Janet 143 Miller. Jean Miller. Ken 115 Miller, Mildred 135 Miller. Roberta 18. 143 Miner, Eddie 115 Miner, Rickey 135 Minor, Steve 115 Mitchell, Debby Mitrisin, Bob Mixis, George 143 Moffatt, David 63, 71, 143 Moffatt, Roberta 82, 126 Moore, Clay 126 Moore, Larry 28, 35. 47, 95. 1 15 Moore. Mary 33, 143 Mora, Anthony 46, 47,49,61, 104. 115 Mora, Jeff 49. 61,70, 115 Moran, Sharon 47, 104, 115 Moreau, Cheryl 50, 135 Morgan, Debra 143 Morgan, Ronnie 135 Morrill, Ruth 23, 76, 83. 90. 92, 135 Mullarkey, Mary Ann 21, 26, 83, 86, 141 Munro, Cindy 115, 54 Munro, Robert 61, 62, 73, 135 Myers, Larry Myers, Ray 135 N Napier, Cindy 87, 127 Neague, Melody 124, 127 Nelson, Michael Newbold, Lowell 135 Newby, Mike 135 Newman, Fred 135 Neyhart, Paul 115 Neyhart, Richard 141 Nolan, Leedona 115 Nolan, Romona 36, 115 Nolan, Troy 135 Norman, Dennis 1 15 Norman, Janet 34, 77, 82, 135 Northery, James 143 Novkovic, Mary 93, 97, 102, 115 Novkovic, Nancy 77, 79, 82, 92, 93. 98, 122, 127 Nush, Charles 61, 62, 71, 73. 135 o Oates, Cathy 115 Oates, Cheryl 143 O ' Daniel, Eddie 143 O ' Daniel, Jim 115 O ' Daniel, Rita 76, 77, 79, 80, 82, 135 O’Hara, Thomas 135 Olson, Debbie 143 Olson, Rick 135 Ortiz, Joyce 34. 76. 77, 79. 80, 82, 135 Ortiz, Lisa 76, 143 Osborn, Michael 20, 127 Osborn, Morris 135 Overbay. Mary 38, 50, 81, 135 Owens, Joseph 69, 143 P Padilla, Joy 76, 79. 143 Padilla, Randy 127 Palmateer, Cindy 143 Parker, Brian 135 Parker, Jeff 116 Parker, Phillip Parker, Thomas Parks, Gary 1 16 Paterson, Cathy 80, 83, 135 Paulk, Robin 77. 85, 131, 135 Paxton, Patsy Paxton, Sherry 39, 135 Pedroza, Ronald 38, 41, 48, 50, 84, 94 135 Pemberton, Rickey 127 Pennock, Allen 135 Phillippe, Bob 135 Phillippe, Cindy 127 Pilnock, John 1 16 Pittman, John 63, 143 Poe. Brenda 127 Pointer, Dorothy 116 Polk. Randy 43, 65. 116 Polk, Ruth 135 Powell, Penny 15, 116 Powers, Rickey Powers. Sheila 50, 127, 135 Price, Charles 38, 144 Pridemore, Joe Prott, Karen 46, 90, 104, 1 16 Psomadellis, Paul 63, 69, 144 Pundrich, Dan Purcell, Mickey Puskac, Steve 127 Pysh, Tom 66, 67, 68. 135 R Rainwater, Roy 24, 127 Ralston, Debarah 144 Ramien, Eydie 136 Ramsay, Ann 50, 135 Rappatta, David Ratcliff, Linda 20, 127 Ratcliff, Tim 63, 69, 144 Rebeck, Anthony 142 Rebeck, Jackie 52, 117 Rebeck, Jim 61, 62, 73, 136 Reeves, Julie 136 Remaley, Don 127 Rey, Alois 75, 127 Reynolds, Steve 144 Rice, Danny 136 Richie, Don 73, 136 Ring, Jim 29, 61, 65, 66, 72, 95, 97, 117 Robb, Don 117 Robb, Ron 117 Robbins, Robert 34, 61, 62, 136 Rocha, Gabriel Rocha. Jorge Rocha, Maria 98, 127 160 Rodriguez, Frank 136 Rogers, Clarence Rogers, Steve 136 Rosa, Pablo 144 Rosiecki, Casimer 61. 62, 127 Rosiecki. Mary 18, 144 Rosiecki, Michael 144 Rosser, John 136 Rosser, Steve Rowan, Lou Ann 136 Rowland, Cliff 136 Rubino, Marcia 136 Ruiz, Albert 42, 136 Rusin, Billy Jo 127 Russell, James 73, 136, 24 Ruzga, Albert 49, 91, 104, 114, 117, 65 Ryan, Vickie 117 S Sable, Cheryl 136 Sansone, Peggy 47, 117 Sansone, Tom 136 Santana, Benjamin Santell, Rhoda 136 Satterfield, Rita 144 Schlichting. John 136 Schlichting, Robin 117 Schmelzer, David 63, 144 Schmelzer, Debbie 87, 99, 117 Scott, Shirley 136 Seagle, Kendra 47. 117 Seagle, Kent 53, 117 Sexton, Debbie 92, 105, 117 Sexton, Tammy 18, 136 Sherman, Ed 127 Shewmaker, Danny 136 Shields, Debbie 144 Shoemaker, Brenda 31, 127 Shoemaker, Danny Shoemaker, Laura 144 Shudick, Kathy 83, 91, 138. 144, 145 Silaghi, Mike 127 Silverthorn, Denise 83, 144 Simmons, Donna 144 Simmons, Roger 73, 93, 136 Simpson, Jon 127 Sims, Jewel 23, 87, 136 Sisson, Sandra 136 Sisson, Theresa 31. 53, 77, 117 Skarja, Joe 43. 61, 66, 68, 74, 97, 127 Skarja. Mike 49. 61. 70, 71, 117 Skomac, Cheryl 79. 136 Skomac, Jim 127 Sliger. Anita 136 Sliger, Robert 63, 69, 144 Smenyak. Ron 1 18 Smith. Brian 127 Smith, Elizabeth 23. 87. 136 Smith, Gary 136 Smith, Raeann 127 Smith, Sheila 118 Smith, Suzanne 26, 77, 144 Smith, William 136 Snawder, Becky 34. 77, 79, 80, 105 Snawder, Ellen 87, 136 Snodgrass. Bob 127 Sohovich, Gregory 72, 118 Somers, Gordon 63, 144 Somers, Jeanine 127 Somers, Keith 144 Soria, Pat 77, 97. 99, 102. 1 1 8 Sowles, Kathy 18, 136 Spain, Linda 144 Spargo, Joe Sparks. Connie Spears, Angela 52, 1 18 Spears, Mike 61, 62, 71, 136 Spencer, Michelle Stanley, Nancy 127 Starcevic. Peggy 144 Stearns, Juanita 77, 79, 80 Stearns, Roger 136 Steighner, Harry Stewart, Nancy 30, 103, 1 18 Stewart, Tina 20, 35, 127 Stokes, Darrell 90, 91. 98. 103, 1 18 Stone, Betty 144 Stone, Ray 61, 74, 118 Stout, Douglas 128 Stout, Timothy 63, 69. 92, 144 Streetman, Jeff 61, 62, 136 Stroumbos, George Stufflebeam, William 128 Sturgeon, Frank 136 Swaney, Mary 32, 46, 52, 83, 128 Switzler, Anthony 137, 67. 66 Sylvia, Cathlene 26 Szostek, Pat 61, 70, 72, 128 Szybala, Gayle 118 Szybala, Jeff 127 T Talbert, Sandy 96, 108, 118 Tarnowski, Paul Tarnowski, Pete 71. 137 Tarnowski, Terry 118 Taylor. Cathie 144 Taylor, Charles 73 Taylor, Chris Taylor, Danny 128 Tharp, Rickey 144 Tharp, Sharon 1 19 Thompson, Eva 144 Thompson, Mary Ann 137 Thorne, Thomas 144 Todosijevic, Tim 73. 128 Travis, Kathy 91, 94. 105, 119 Tsaparikos, Suzie 137 Tucker, Don Turley, Sue 137 Turner, David 137 Twilla, Brian 137 Twilla, Nathan 128 U Underwood, Jenny 137 V Vanderlin, Kelly 83, 86. 138, 144, 145 Vanderlin, Kim 85. 90, 136, 137 Vaughn, Donald 128 Vaughn. Sandra 144 Viers. Debra 137 Viers. Leesa 1 19 Vizena, Dennis 63. 144 Vogel. Stacy 77. 144 W Wahlsmith, Vivian 48. 76. 77, 78 79 80 96, 104, 119 Walczak, Rodney 137 Watson, Darryl Watts. Ted 119 Webb, Regina 144 Webber, Bill 119 West. Brenda 144 Westerhout, Sandra 144 White, Edward 119 Whitledge, Rhonda 98, 119 Wild. Robert 145 Williams, Bill 69 Williams, Dave 1 19 Williams, Joe 128 Williams, Margie 139, 145 Willoughby, Lonnie 119 Wilson, Donald 137 Winchester, Kim 83, 137 Winland, Benjamin Witka, Bill 49, 97, 119 Witka, Joanne 119 Woelk. Jann 77, 145 Wolfe, Jay Wolfe, Steve 128 Wolverton, Jeff 145 Woodall, Sabrina 122, 128 Woynaroski, Ben 128 Wright, Debbie 128 Wright, Doris Wright, Linda 144 Wright. Mary Wrona, Steve Wyatt, Romona Y Yakel, Leila 128 Vanez. Ben 119 Young, Betty 119 Young, Dale 145 Young, Nadine 119 z Zemen. Mary Ann 19, 145 Zmierski, James 75, 128 Zmierski. Michael 145 Zmierski, Patricia 137 Zupko, Mary Ann 137 161


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