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THE LANCE KEY OF THE FUTURE CLASS OF 1966 EISENHOWER HIGH SCHOOL RUSSELL, PENNSYLVANIAWe, the Glass of 1966, wish to dedicate our yearbook to you in deep appreciation of your helpfulness and encouragement. This has increased our potential ability to face the future with courage and confidence. We feel deeply indebted to you for your continuous support and unfailing patience. From the bottom of our hearts we thank you. 2DEDICATION To a woman who has done her utmost to lighten our load with her never-ending helpfulness and understanding . . . To a man who has guided us on the right road through our school years, and from whose accomplishments we will always benefit . . . We, the Yearbook Staff, respectfully dedicate this, our Lance, to you, Mrs. Hagberg and Mr. Neese. 3BOARD OF EDUCATION The Northern Area Joint School System is now in its thirteenth year having been established on January 20, 1953. At that time it resulted from the joint agreement between the Farmington Township, Pine Grove Township, Sugar Grove Township, and Sugar Grove Borough school boards. Since then it has become a jointure between two member districts, the Farmington-Pine Grove Merged and the Sugar Grove Union districts . This internal consolidation has reduced the number of directors to the present number ten. Since its inception, the Northern Area Joint School System has made remarkable progress. The completed up-to-date facilities, personnel, equipment, and instructional standards are irrefutable evidence of the competence, self sacrifice and vision with which its directors have served their community. They have built an enviable record in their dedication to North Area. Two vastly important changes now face Northern Area, both of them the result of the Reorganization Act passed by the State Legislature. First, the present directors will be our last. Northern Area will become a part of the single Warren County Unit as of July 1, 1966, and at that time all present county school boards will be replaced by a new county wide board. The second change will be the disappearance of all presently existing district lines in the county and the resultant inclusion of Northern Area in the county district. From then on, the name of Northern Area may well be used to designate only a specific attendance area. To progress, we must experience change -- this we recognize as fact and for this reason our directors have favored the inclusion of Northern Area as part of the larger reorganized school district. It is but another step along the way that Northern Area has already come and will continue to progress. Even so, we shall always be proud of the system our own directors have built and we are confident that it will measure up to its commitment.WE WOULD REMEMBER JOY RUTH DARLING GRADUATE OF EISENHOWER HIGH SCHOOL 1960 JAMESTOWN COMMUNITY COLLEGE 1962 KENT (OHIO) STATE UNIVERSITY 1964 UNIVERSITY OF NEBRASKA, PEACE CORPS TRAINING PROGRAM, SEPTEMBER 5, 1964 When Joy applied to the Peace Corps in January, 1964, she wrote, "I want to do something for my country, and I feel I will be able to express this desire in serving as a Peace Corps Volunteer. I must also confess that I will think much more of myself as a citizen and as a human being after having given of myself in such a capacity.” Joy was killed January 3, 1965 in a motorcycle accident in Cochabamba, Bolivia. Sargent Shriver, Director of the Peace Corps, said, "Joy was one of our most promising Volunteers. During her period of training and overseas service, her outstanding abilities and unusual dedication won for her the love and respect of both Volunteers and staff. The example she set by her devotion to duty will long be remembered." Her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Guy R. Darling, received many messages of condolence from persons high in authority, in both the United States and Bolivia. The Minister of Agriculture for Bolivia wrote, "Joy Ruth Darling will light the way for other Peace Corps Volunteers who through unselfish and hard labor have made possible the uniting of two fellow countries in a common fight against backwardness, ignorance and underdevelopment.” Dr. Carl R. Gray, Peace Corps physician in Bolivia, wrote, "We are all griefstricken that her death was so untimely but by way of consolation, since we all must face death sometime, we should be proud that HER life was given for her country in pursuit of the greatest world-wide cause-- PEACE." THE WHITE HOUSE Washington January 7, 1965 Dear Mr. and Mr . Darling: 1 cannot adequately express my sorrow about your daughter'a death. Sargent Shriver telle me that in the abort time Joy aerved in Bolivia, ahe proved herself to be an outstanding Volunteer. She was admired and respected by all with whom ahe worked. Joy exemplified the higheat ideals of the Peace Corps and the very best traditions of our country. We will always be indebted to her. Mr. and Mrs. Guy R. Darling 311 West 4th Street Jamestown, New York 6db 8- r±i ADMINISTRATION I FACULTYHAROLD W. LANDIN SUPERVISING PRINCIPAL Exciting times lie ahead -- even more so than those just past --as wonderful and exciting as they have been. American youth are endowed with a heritage of opportunity and freedom unequaled anywhere in the world. Theirs is the prerogative of magnificent heights of achievement yet to be attained and the unprecedented chance to excel in greatness. To those of you who are now preparing to leave for greater horizons, may we suggest that you continue to progress toward the maturity of responsible citizenship. We here at Northern Area who have worked and associated with you throughout your stay with us, are confident that you have acquired the basic skills so necessary to success in life and the refinement of character. Use them well to produce the synthesis of good citizenship and the rewarding measures of success as a competent individual challenging the innovation and adventure of life. Your rewards will be legion, your satis- 8 factions immense.The keys that unlock the doors of this building come in many sizes and forms. The "keys of success" also come in many forms. Most of us spend our entire lives searching for the keys that will unlock the doors to success. Most of you, the 1966 graduates, have unlocked many doors to success during your years in high school. The key that has unlocked the door to graduation will enable you to look for the keys to success in adult life. As I have already indicated, success will come in many forms. If you are willing to search hard for the keys to success, you may expect to find many, and eventually you will find "THE KEY" to success in life. I personally wish all the 1966 graduates the best in life and home that on your "key chain of life, " you will find many, many keys to success. FRED S. BAUER PRINCIPAL NORGE E. LUVISON ASSISTANT PRINCIPAL Someone once set forth that, "This time, like all times is a very good one if we but know what to do with it." Your time is now. The past can never be changed. The present and the future are yours --do with it as you wish and build for better tomorrows. You and the others like you are the keys to the future world in which we will live. It would be our hope that our educational system with a look to the future will have helped you. 9SECRETARIAL STAFF 10FACULTY Mr. Millard Boyer Social Studies, Geography Lock Haven State College, B.S. Mr. Robert Carberry Science Clarion State College, B.S. Mr. Clair Cable Special Education, History Bethel College, B.A. Mrs. Barbara Carter Mathematics Edinboro State College, B.S. Mr. Peter Carnovale Business Education Indiana State College, B.S. Mr. Ted Dorrion English, Social Studies Clarion State College, B.S. 11Mr. Ronald Dunbar Social Studies Edinboro State College, B. S. Mr. Dennis Engstrom English, Speech Upsala College, A.B. Mr. Thomas Firth Boys' Physical Education Slippery Rock State College, B.S. Mr. Robert Glarner B.A. in Education — Penn State U. M.Ed. in Secondary Ed. — Penn State P. D. in Guidance — U. of Wyoming Mrs. Geraldine Hagberg Business Education Indiana State College, B.S. Mr. John Lassinger Mathematics Indiana State College, B.S. 12Mrs. Lucille Leathers Girls' Physical Education Oberlin College, A.B. Mrs. Carmen Livezey English, Latin Taylor University, A.B. Mr. Albert Lyford Supervisor of Music Penn State, B.S., M.Ed. Mrs. Orrie Maasz School Nurse Mrs. Georgia Ludwick Home Economics Indiana State, B. S. Mr. Kenneth Maurer Industrial Arts California State College, B.S.Mrs. Lynn Nadal English Lock Haven State College, B. S. Mr. John Neese Drivers Education, Guidance Clarion State College, B.S. Penn State, M. of Ed. Mrs. Pauline Norton English, Yearbook Advisor Clarion State College Penn State, M. of Ed. Mr. Merle Nosker History Edinboro State College, B.S, M. of Ed. Mrs. Pauline Schmidt Guidance Counselor Indiana State College, B. S. Penn State, M. of Ed. Miss Mabel Reese Librarian Seattle Pacific College, B.S. Clarion State College 14William Redin Chemistry, Physics, Mathematics Penn State University, B. S. and M.Ed. Syracuse University, M.S. Eugene Rolls English, Reading Clarion State College, B.S. Michael Schultz French Lock Haven State College, B.S. William Sherwood Biology, General Science, Geography Edinboro State College, B.S. Richard Sine Spanish Lehigh University, B.A. Joseph G. Soper Vocational Agriculture Penn State, B. S., M. of Ed. 15Robert Swanson Biology, Practical Math Slippery Rock State College, B.S. Thomas Swift Mathematics Edinboro State College, B. S. Albert Waller Art Edinboro State College, B.A. Charles R. Hahn Clarion State College, B.S.MEDICAL STAFF Dr. Veryl Riley School Doctor Dr. George Riley School Doctor Dr. A. A. Grant School Doctor Dr. M. E. Landin School Dentist Dr. Rogan School DentistBUS DRIVERS FRONT ROW: John English, Norman Shaffer, Joe Rutsky, Gayle Meley, Lewis Van Ord, Kenneth Ekey. BACK ROW: Bud Jones, George Craker, Emory Hultburg, Bill Mathews, Floyd Robbins, Rhody Hotal-ing, Mrs. Frances A. Decker. CAFETERIA STAFF Mrs. Geraldine Marsh, manager Mrs. Gladys Skinner Mrs. Dorothy Wilcox Mrs. Vernice Nelson CUSTODIANS Mrs. Betty Bloomgrcn Mrs. Lillian Rockwell Emerson Spicer Arthur Hitchock Absent: Donald Hagbert, Lewis VanOrd 18CLASS OFFICERS President -- Doris Way Vice-President -- Becky Deemei Secretary — Jane North Treasurer -- Linda Mahan Class Colors -- Burgundy and White Class Flower -- White Rose Class Motto -- Nothing great is easily won. 20BEVERLY SUE ABBOTT "Bev" Scientific Activities: Cheerleading 10, 11, 12; G.A.A. 10, 11, 12; Basketball, Volleyball Intramurals 11, 12. Honors: National Honor Society 10, 11; G.A.A. Letter, Pin; Warren County Heart Test 10, 1st place. SHARON MARIE ABBEY "Shar" Business Activities: G.A.A.; Bowling; Library Assistant. Honors: G.A.A. Letter, Pin, Sweater; Library Pin, Book; Bowling Trophy. ROBERT ERNEST ABBOTT "Bob” Academic Activities: Football 10, 11; Volleyball 10, 11, 12; Basketball 10, 11, 12; Bowling 10, 11, 12. JOHN ROBERT ALLEN "Weasel" Academic Activities: Football 10, 11, 12; Basketball 10, 11, 12; Track 12; Choir 12; Volleyball Intramurals 10, 11, 12; Varsity Club 12; Dance Club 10; Band 10, 11, 12; Bowling 10, 11, 12; Student Council 10. Honors: Football Letter 11, 12; Basketball Letter 12; Bowling Award 10, 11,12. 21JOHN EDWARD ALLENSON "Ox" General Activities: Football 10, 11, 12; Basketball 10, 11, 12; Varsity Club 11, 12; Track 10, 11; Key Club 12. Honors: Football Letter 11, 12; Basketball Letter 12. MICHAEL L. ANDERSON "Mike" Academic Activities: Bowling 10, 11, 12; Bible Club 10, 11, 12; Student Council 10; Yearbook Staff. "Andy" Activities: Wrestling. GEARY BERNARD ANDERSON General GENE R. ANDERSON "Gene" General Activities: Football 10; Basketball Manager 10, 11, 12; Varsity Club 12; Field and Stream 10, 11. Honors: Varsity Letter 11; Field and Stream Vice-President 11. 22BONNIE LEE BARLOW "Bon" Academic Activities: Bowling 10, II; Bowling Manager 11; Cinderbelles 11, 12; Senior High Dance Club 10; Press Club 10; G. A. A. 10, 11, 12; Student Council 10, 11, 12; Library Work 12; Volleyball and Basketball Intramurals 10,11,12. Honors: Student Council President 12; Vice-President 11; Homecoming Queen's Court 11; G. A. A. Letter, Pin, Sweater; Cinderbelles Historian 11. JOHN LEO ANGOVE "Jack" Academic Activities: Football 10, 11, 12; Wrestling 10, 11, 12; Varsity Club 11, 12; Band 10, 11, 12; Ike High Tones 10, 11, 12; Wrestling Club 10, 11. Honors: Football Letter 11, 12; Wrestling Letter 12; Wrestling Club Sectionals 11. POLLY DIANE BARTON "Polly" Academic Activities: Bowling 10,11,12; G. A. A. 10,11,12; Library Service 10. Honors: G. A. A. Letter, Pin, Sweater; Bowling Trophy 10; Library Certificate. JOHN DANIEL BARLOW "Dan" General Activities: Football 10, 11, 12; Basketball 10, 11, 12; Track 10,11, 12; Varsity Club 10, 11, 12. Honors: Football Letter 10, 11, 12; Track Letter 10, 11, 12; Basketball Letter 12. 23TERRANCE L. BIRT Vocational Agriculture "Terry" Activities: F. F. A. 10,11,12. Honors: F. F. A. Vice-President 12. FRANCES A. BLACK "Fran" Academic Activities: Bible Club 10; Library 10,11; G. A. A. 10, 11, 12. Honors: G. A. A. Letter; Library Pin and Book. FRED BLACK "Fred" General Activities: Track 11, 12; Basketball Intramurals 11, 12; Bible Club 12. Honors: Track Letter 11,12; Wrestling 12. ALLEN HAROLD BLOOMGREN "Albie" Scientific Activities: Wrestling Club 10, 11, 12; Wrestling 10, 11, 12. Honors: Manager's Letter 10; Wrestling Letter 12. 24General ROBERT GLEN BOR TON "Bob" Activities: Dance Club; Bible Club. JOHN ARTHUR BRIGGS "Bugs" General Activities: Basketball 10,11, 12; Track 11, 12; Volleyball 10, 11,12; Choir 10, 12; Bible Club 10, 11, 12; Varsity Club 12. Honors: Track letter 11, 12; District, Regional, and State Chorus 12. DAVID BRUNECZ "Dave" Academic Activities: Track 11, 12; Wrestling 10, 11, 12; Bowling 10, 11, 12. JAMES VINCENT CARLSON "Jim" Academic Activities: Football 10, 11, 12; Track 10, 11, 12; Varsity Club 10, 11, 12; Choir 10,11,12; Wrestling 11. Honors: Football letter 10, 11, 12; Varsity Club 10, 11, 12; Track letter 10, 11,12. 25JOHN FRANKLIN CROWL "Red" General Activities: Football 10, 11, 12; Wrestling 10, 11, 12. ELMER E. COLLINS "Rock" Scientific Activities: Track 10. 11, 12; Choir 12; Varsity Club 12. Honors: Track Letter 11, 12. CAROL DAVIS "Carol" Business Activities: Dance Club 10; G. A. A. 10; Bible Club 11; Press Club 12. REBECCA JANE DEEMER "Becky" Academic Activities: Choir 12; Press Club 12; Student Council 11. Honors: National Honor Society 10, 11, 12; United Nations Delegate 11; Senior Class Vice-President. 26General LAWRENCE DAVID DEREMER "Larry" Activities: Football 10, 11, 12; Track 10, 11, 12. RONALD CHARLES DIETHRICK "Ron" Activities: Wrestling Club 10, 11, 12; Wrestling 10, 11, 12. General BONNY ANN ENGSTROM CURTIS C. ENOS "Curt" Vocational Agriculture Activities: Track 10, 11, 12; F. F. A. 10,11,12. Honors: F. F. A. Assistant Treasurer 10. "Bonnie" Academic Activities: F. H. A. 10, 11, 12; Press Club 12; Bible Club 10, 11, 12. Honors: F. H. A. Junior Degree. 27ROSEMARIE IRENE FALCONER Academic "Rosie" Vocational Home Economics Activities: F. H. A. 10, 11, 12; Bowling 10, 11, 12; Press Club 12; Bible Club 10,11. Honors: F.H. A. Junior and Chapter Degree. MICHAEL LEROY FERRIE "Mike" Activities: Art Staff 10, 11, 12. "Pete" PETER LLOYD FERRY General Activities: Dance Club 10; Varsity Club 11, 12; Bible Club 10; Football Manager 10,11,12; Volleyball Intramurals 10, 11, 12. Honors: Varsity Letter 11, 12. VIRGINIA FERRY "Cinny" Activities: Dance Club 10; Bible Club 10, 11. General 28JUDY ANN FISK "Jud" Business Activities: Majorette 10, 11,12; Press Club 12; Yearbook Staff 12; School News Reporter 12. Honors: Honor Society 10, 11, 12. NANCY KAY FLEMING "Nanc" Business Activities: G. A. A. 10, 11, 12; Cinderbelles 11, 12; Bowling 10, 11, 12; Dance Club 10; F. H. A. 10. Honors: Cinderbelle Treasurer 11,12; Newspaper Reporter 12; G. A. A. Letter, Pin, Sweater. MARK CHARLES FORSGREN "Mark" Activities: Wrestling. Scientific WILLIAM JAMES GOURLEY "Bill" Vocational Agriculture Activities: F. F. A. 10, 11, 12. Honors: F. F. A. Secretary 12; Junior District Dairy Show 10, 11; Kansas City F. F. A. Convention 11; Penn State F. F. A. Week 11. 29DAVID GRUBER "Dave" General Activities: F. F. A. 10,11,12. Honors: Chapter Farmer. LINDA LOU GRUBER "Lin" Business-Academic Activities: Girls' Bowling 10, 11; Choir 10; Bible Club 10, 11; Press Club 12; Ike Hi-Loettes 10; Yearbook Staff 12. Honors: National Honor Society 10, 11, 12; United Nations Delegate 11; Yearbook Co-Editor. NANCY IRENE HALE "Nanc" Academic Activities: G. A. A. 10, 11, 12; Basketball and Volleyball Intramurals 10, 11, 12; Bowling 10, 11, 12; Dance Club 10; Cinderbelles 11, 12; Girls' Track 10,11,12. Honors: National Honor Society 10, 11, 12; G. A. A. Letter, Pin, G Sweater. JOHN HALLER "John" Activities: Dance Club 10; Football 10, 11, 12. Honors: Football Letter 12; Varsity Club 12. 30SHERRY LEE HANSON PATRICIA MAE HODGES "Pattie" Business Activities: Bowling 10, 11, 12; G. A. A. 10, 11, 12; Librarian 10, 11, 12. Honors: G. A. A. Letter, Pin, and Sweater; Library Certificate, Pin, and Poem Book. ERNIE HARTMAN "Hardy" General Activities: Football 10, 11, 12; Track 10, 11, 12; Bowling 10, 11, 12; Volleyball Intramurals 10, 11, 12; Varsity Club 10, 11, 12; Dance Club 10; Choir 12. Honors: Football Letter 10, 11, 12; Track Letter 10, 11, 12; State Track Meet 11; Sergeant of Arms in Varsity Club 12; Second Place in 1000 yd. run at Slippery Rock. 31HERBERT PHILLIP HORNER "Herbie" General Activities: Bible Club 11, 12; Dance Club 10. ROGER EUGENE HOFFNER "Rog" Academic Activities! Varsity Club 12; Football 10,11, 12; Track 10, 11, 12; Basket ball 10, It, 12; Volleyball 10, 11, 12. Honors: Track Letter II, 12; Football Letter 12, Basketball Letter 12. CHERYL LYNN HOTALINC "Cheryl" Comprehensive Business Activities: Librarian 10; G. A. A. 10, 11, 12; Bowling 10, 11, 12; Press Club 12; Choir 10, 12; Dance Club 10. Honors: Bowling Trophy; Library Pin 10; C. A. A. Letter, Pin, £ Sweater. KENNETH EDWARD HORNER "Ken" General Activities: Bible Club 10, 11, 12; Dance Club 10; Gym Show 11. Honors: Physical Fitness Awards 10, 11; Second Place in Two Events in Gym Show. 32ROBERT GORDON INGERSON Academic "Bob" Activities: Science Club 9, 10; Bible Club 9, 10, 11. RONALD IRWIN "Ron" Scientific Activities: Football 11, 12; Wrestling 10, 12; Wrestling Club 9,10; Student Council 12; Bible Club 9, 10, 11, 12. Honors: Football Letter 12. JERRY LEROY JESPERSEN "Jerry" Vocational Agriculture Activities: F. F. A. 9,10,11,12. Honors: State Dairy Judging Contest 10; State F. F. A. Convention Delegate 11; National F. F. A. Convention 11. DAVID E- JOHNSON ’Dave” Activities: F. F. A. 10, 11. 12. S3 Vocational AgricultureANTHONY T. KOBOJEK "Tony" Academic Activities: Wrestling Manager 11; Wrestling 12; Wrestling Club 11, 12; Track 10, 11, 12; Volleyball and Basketball Intramurals 10; Science Club 10. Honors: Wrestling Letter 11; Marine Corps Certificate 11. FREDERICK ALAN JOHNSON "Whitey" Scientific Activities: Basketball 10, 11, 12; Football 12; Ike-Hi-Tones 11, 12; Track 12; Key Club 11, 12; Choir 10, 12; Band 10, 11, 12; Track Manager 10; Varsity Club 11, 12; Bowling 10, 11, 12; Football Manager 11; Student Council 11, 12. Honors: Football Letter 11, 12; 2nd in Warren County Heart Test; Key Club Vice-President 11; Junior Varsity Club President 10; Varsity Club Secretary-Treasurer 12; Sophomore Class President. TAYLOR WILSON LAIRD, III " I edd" Scientific Activities: Track 10, 11, 12; Football 10, 11, 12; County Chorus 10; Varsity Club 11, 12; Key Club 11, 12. Honors: Varsity Club Reporter 12; Key Club Treasurer 12; Model United Nations Delegate 11, 12; Track Letter 10, 11, 12; Honor Society Treasurer DANNY C. LAVICNE "Dan" General Activities: Field and Stream 10, 11, 12; Wrestling 11; Football 12. 34GARYB. LESTER "Gar" Scientific Activities: Art Staff 10; Dramatics Club 10, 11; Band 10, 11, 12; Marching Band 12; Science Club 10, 11; Stage Crew 10, 11, 12. Honors: Assistant Stage Manager 11, 12. BRUCE RICHARD LINDQUIST "Bruce" Academic Activities: Band 10, 11, 12; Choir 10, 11, 12; Bible Club 10, 11, 12; Dramatics Club 10; Marching Band 10, 11, 12; Stage Crew 10, 11, 12. Honors: District Band 12; District Chorus 10, 11, 12; All-State Chorus 10; All Eastern Chorus 11; Regional Chorus 10, 11, 12. NOBLE LIVEZEY "Nobe" Academic Activities: Football 10, 11, 12; Wrestling 11, 12; Bible Club 10, 11, 12; Basketball 10; Bowling 11, 12; Band 10, 11, 12. Honors: District Chorus 10, 11, 12; Football Letter 11, 12; State Chorus 11, 12; United Nations Delegate 11, 12. ROBERT LOHNES "Bob" Commercial 35BARBARA LEE LUDWICK "Barb" Academic Activities: Junior Varsity and Varsity Cheerleading 10, 11, 12; Cinder-belles 11. Honors: Honor Society 11, 12; Homecoming Attendant 10; Homecoming Queen 12. CARL JEFFREY MACHEMER "Mac" Academic Activities: Football 10, 11, 12; Varsity Club 11, 12; Bible Club 11. Honors: Football Letter 11, 12; Football All-Star Conference 11, 12. ANNE MACLEES "Anne" Academic Activities: Marching Band 11, 12; Dramatics Club 11. Honors: Honor Society 10, 11, 12. LINDA ANN MAHAN "Lin" Academic Activities: Student Council 10,11,12; G. A. A. 10, 11, 12; Bible Club 10, 11; Bowling 10, 11, 12; Yearbook Staff 12. Honors: Student Council Secretary-Treasurer 10; Bible Club Vice-President 11; Class Treasurer 11, 12; Honor Society 10, 11, 12; Honor Society Vice-President 11; Honor Society President 12; G. A. A. Letter; 2nd in WCTU Essay Contest 11; 2nd in V. F. W. Essay Contest 11; American Field Service Finalist to United Kingdom 12; 3rd in Warren County Heart Test 10. 36DEBORAH LEE MANELICK "Debbie" Comprehensive Business Activities: Choir 12; Dance Club 10; Bowling 10, 11, 12; G. A. A. 10, 11, 12; Yearbook Staff 12. Honors: G. A. A. President 12; G. A. A. Letter, Pin, Sweater. SANDRA LEE MARTIN "Sandy" Business Activities: Bible Club 10; F. H. A. 10, 11, 12; Press Club 12. Honors: Junior Homemakers Degree. MERLE M. MERRITT "Mert" Scientific Activities: Field and Stream 10; Wrestling 10; Varsity Club 12; Track 11. Honors: Track Letter 11. NELS ELMER MILLER "Nels" General Activities: Wrestling Club. 37SANDRA ANN MUSCHICK "Sam" Business Activities: Majorette 10, 11, 12; Student Council 11, 12; Yearbook Staff 12; Press Club 12; News Reporter 12. Honors: Honor Society 11, 12. PAUL NODZAK "Paul" Activities: Dance Club 10. General JANE ELAINE NORTH "Janie” Scientific Activities: G. A. A. 10, 11, 12; Sports Reporter 11, 12; Cinderbelles 11, 12; Yearbook Staff 12; Bowling 10, 11, 12; Intramural Sports 10, 11, 12; Student Council 10, 11. Honors: G. A. A. Letter, Pin, Sweater, Charm; Class Secretary 9, Class Secretary 12; Sports Reporter Letter 11, 12. DOUGLAS NOSEL "Doug" Business Activities: Football 12; Basketball 10; Science Club 11; Dance Club 10. Honors: Vice-President Sportsmen Club 10. 38PATRICIA JOYCE O'BRIEN "Trisha" Academic Activities: F. T. A. 10, 11, 12; F. H. A. 11,12; G. A. A. 11, 12; Librarian 10; Bowling 11, 12; Yearbook Staff 12. Honors: Librarian Certificate 10; W. T. C.U. Essay Award 10; G. A. A. Letter; Livestock Queen 12; Junior and Chapter Homemaking Degrees; F. H. A. Treasurer 12; G. A. A. Tres. 12. JIMMIE ALAN OLSEN "James" Academic Activities: Choir 10; Bible Club 10; Dance Club 10; Junior Varsity Club 10; Key Club 11, 12; Football 10; Bowling 10, 12; Football Manager 11; Basketball 10, 11, 12; Blood Committee 12; Varsity Club 11, 12. Honors: Football Manager Letter 11. WILLIAM C. OLSON •'Bill" General Activities: Basketball 10, 11, 12; Football 10, 11, 12; Track 10, 11, 12; Varsity Club 11, 12; Band 10, 11, 12; Choir 12; Volleyball 11, 12. Honors: Football Letter 11, 12; Basketball Letter 11, 12; Track Letter 11, 12; Track Medal 11; County Band 11. JUAN CARLOS PEDROZO TAFERNABERRY "Juan" Academic Activities: Camera Club; Student Council; Football manager; Dance Comittee; Basketball. Honors: Football and Basketball Letter. 39GERALD RAYMOND PEEPLES General "Pete" Activities: Wrestling. "Phili" Activities: tee 12. ALLEN PHILLIPS General Bible Club 10, 11, 12; Football 12; Alumni Visitation Commit- CATHLEEN NAN ROCKWELL "Cathy" Business Activities: Cinderbelles 11,12; G. A. A. 10, 11, 12; Bowling 11, 12; Basketball and Volleyball Intramurals 10, 11, 12. Honors: Cinderbelle Secretary 12; G. A. A. Letter, Pin. CHRIS ROBERT SANDERS "Chris" Scientific Activities: Football 11; Field and Stream; Basketball; Varsity Club; Camera Club. Honors: Basketball Letter; Field and Stream Secretary 11. 40LINDA ANN SAYLOR "Linda" Academic Activities: Cinderbelles 11,12; Basketball and Volleyball Intramurals 10, 11, 12; Student Council 10; G. A. A. 11, 12; Girls' Track Meet 11, 12; Yearbook Staff 12. Honors: National Honor Society 12; G. A. A. Letter and Pin. JOHN LANGDON SCHUMANN "Jack" GeneralBARBARA ANN SONGER Academic "Barb" Activities: Drama Club; Press Club 12. Honors: Honor Society 10, 11, 12. j v JAMES DENNIS STANTON "Jim" Academic Activities: Basketball 10, 11, 12; Varsity Club 12; Student Council 11; Key Club 11, 12; Volleyball Intramurals; Science Club 10. Honors: Class President IT, Class Treasurer 10; Varsity Basketball Letter 11, 12; Key Club President 12; Science Club President 10. LOR REN LEE STEWART JAMES LEROY SWANSON "Jim" Academic Activities: Senior Dance Committee; Bible Club 10, 11; Science Club 10. Honors: Science Club Treasurer 10. "Lorren" Scientific Activities: Pompon Girls 10, 11, 12; Press Club 12. Honors: Honor Society 10, 11; Pompon Letter 12; Prom Attendant 11. 42DONNA LEE SWEENEY "Donna" Academic Activities: F. H. A. 10, 11, 12; G. A. A. 10, 11, 12; F. T. A. 10, 11, 12; Student Council 12; Marching Band 10; Band 10, 11, 12; Ike-Hi-Tones 10, 11, 12; Bowling 10, 11, 12; Intramurals 10, 11, 12; Girls' Track Meet 10. Honors: F.H.A. Junior Chapter and State Degrees; F. T. A. Vice-President 12; G. A. A. Letter, Pin and Sweater; Bowling Manager 11. DENNIS BRUCE SWEENEY "Denny" Academic Activities: Football 10; Dance Club 10; Volleyball Intramurals; Bowling. Academic KAREN JEANNE TONKIN "Karen" Scientific Activities: G. A. A. 10, 11, 12; Bowling 10, 11, 12; Volleyball and Basketball Intramurals 10, 11, 12. Honors: G. A. A. Letter, Pin, and Sweater; A. F. S. Semifinalist. JUDY TRUMBULL "Judy" Activities: Bible Club. 43LESLIE GORDON TRUMBULL DAVID L. VAN HOUTEN "Dave" General Activities: Band 10, 11, 12; Choir 12; Bible Club 10, 11, 12; Sportsmans Club 10. "Skip" General Activities: Junior Varsity Club 10; Dance Club 10; Varsity Club 11, 12; Track 10, 11, 12; Football 10, 11, 12; National Thespian Society 11; In-tramurals 11, 12. Honors: Track Letter 10, 11, 12; Invitational and District Track Meets 10, 11, 12; Invitational Silver Medal 11, Gold Medal 11, District Track Record 11, State Meet 11, 12; Varsity Club Vice-President 12. DORIS ELIZABETH WAY "Doris" Academic Activities: Cheerleading 10, 11; Choir 10, 12; Band 10, 11, 12; County Chorus 10, 12; District Chorus 10, 12; County Band IT, Dramatics Club 11; Girls' Track Meet 10, 11, 12; Student Council 12. Honors: National Honor Society 11, 12; Class Secretary 9, 11; Class President 12. ALLEN VANORD "Smiley" Scientific Activities: 10, 11, 12; Track 10, 12. 44"Benny" Activities: F. F. A. 11,12. MARC WELKER Agriculture DAVID LAWRENCE WERNER "Dave" Academic Activities: Student Council 10; Choir 12; Basketball 10, 11, 12; Football 10,11,12; Track 10; Volleyball 10,11,12. Honors: Varstiy Club 10, 11, 12; Varsity Club President 12; Basketball Letter 11, 12; Football Letter 11, 12. CRAIG CARR WEST "Westy" General Activities: Football 11; Bible Club 10, 11, 12; Yearbook Staff 12. FREDA JANE WILCOX "Fredie" Commercial Activities: G. A. A. 10, 11, 12; Cinderbelles 11, 12; Girls' Track Meet 11, 12; Bowling 12; Basketball, Volleyball, and Softball Intramurals 10,11, 12. Honors: Cinderbelles Board of Directors 11, 12; G. A. A. Letter. 45DUANE WILLIAMS "Dewey" Academic Activities: Varsity Club 11,12; Football 10, 11, 12. VICKI LYNN WILCOX "Vic" Academic Activities: Cheerleader 10, 11; Cinderbelles 11, 12; G. A. A. 10, 11, 12; Basketball and Volleyball Intramurals 10, 11, 12. Honors: Cheerleading Megaphone and Pin; Junior Prom Attendant. EMMA MAJOR IE WILLIAMS "Em" Business Activities: G. A. A. 10, 11, 12; Basketball and Volleyball Intramurals 10, 11, 12; Cheerleading 10, 11, 12. Honors: G. A. A. Letter; Cheerleading Letter. BRUCE OTTO YOUNG "Bruce" Activities: Bible Club 10, 11, 12. Scientific 46Commercial 47SUPERLATIVES MOST TALKATIVE Linda Saylor Noble Livezy BEST WRITERS Bonnie Engstrom Jim Stanton 48 MOST HUMOROUS Sandy Muschick Mike Ferrie49TALLEST AND SHORTEST Rena Young and Roger Hoffner Patti O'Brien and Jeff Machcmer FRIENDLIEST Bonnie Barlow Mike Ferric MOST MUSICAL Donna Sweeney Bruce Lindquist MOST ARTISTIC Barb Songcr Ken HornerMOST SCHOOL SPIRIT Bonnie Barlow Mike Anderson — i n MOST AMBITIOUS Linda Gruber Ron Irwin 51525354G. Baxter T. Birt B. Black S. Black H. Bloomgren G. Braley E. Braley M. Branchaud M. Brezee D. Brown T. Brunecz D. Brunecz J. Cable J. Carlson S. Carlson T. Channing K. Concoby B. Crowl L. Dexter S. Durnell T. Eggleston A. Falconer D. Falconer D. Feeny D. Fehlman M. Ferry S. Fisk D. Flasher G. Fry D. Gibbon 56M. Hale E. Harde K. Harris D. Johnson M. Johnson L. Jones D. Larson G. Lawson L. Lester F. Lindell G. Lindell D. Lohnes J. Lord V. Luce D. Lund mark F. McCullough W. McFarland L. Manelick N. Mangini P. Marquis D. Melquist S. Nelson C. Nobles D. Passinger K. Penley D. Pratz K. Peterson H. Roberts B. Ruland J. Russell 57J. Selini S. Sherry S. Shield P. Shirley C. Skinner I. Smith M. Smith R. Southwell J. Spencer J. Stanton T. Stanton T. Stewart V. Stewart C. Stuart N. Swanson N. Sweeney F. Thomas D. Thompson M. Thompson R. Tower D. Troxell J. Tutmaher D. VanCisc D. Voty M. Wachter Absent: R. Davis J. T aylor 58President -- Dick Hale 1 Vice-President -- Tom Bosko Secretary — Mary Furlov Treasurer -- Violet Allenson SOPHOMOREST. Allen V. Allenson D. Alspaugh R. Anderson D. Arthur S. Arthur R. Barlow R. Barrett D. Bennett T. Bosko A. Bowen M. Briggs K. Brown D. Burford L. Burlingame B. Burlingame D. Burnett J. Cable D. Cable R. Christianson B. Constable C. Devereaux S. DeWatter K. Dunn L. Dumell T. Engstrom S. Fleming S. Forsgren J. Foulkrod M. Fur low G. Gage B. Gantz L. Gertsch J. Gourley D. Hale D. Haner C. Hildum S. Hodges D. Hoffman L. Hoffner 60P. Holden P. Hunzingcr K. Jespersen D. Jones M. Kane J. Landin W. Landin M. Lawson T. Lester D. Linde 11 J. Lindcll K. Ludwick B. MacLees V. Manelick J. Martin V. Martin D. McKinney K. Merritt C. Mineweaser E. Moravek D. Morgan R. Nelson B. North G. Olsen J. Parks J. Peterson B. Porter T. Pratz R. Prentice S. Putnam J. Riggle M. Sanders B. Saunders B. Seybert J. Siliano B. Sliter L. Smith C. Songer L. Southwell 61J. Werner L. Westfall D. Williams G. Williams O. Williams S. Wilson J. Wiltsie B. Yeagle S. Yeversky L. York S. V. G. D. C. M. A. V. C. K. K. C. Absentees: S. Black T. Burroughs A. Collins H. Critzer L. Custer B. Gantz V.Luce R. Taylor Spencer Spicer Stanton Stiles Tidrick T rumbull Tutmaher Tutmaher VanOrd Wade Walker Wallace 62V', President -- Andrew Bosko Vice-Resident — Cary Dalrymple Secretary -- Marcia Fisk o ▲ik Treasurer -- Gary Collins FRESHMENB. Agens P. Arthur M. Backstrom M. Backstrom W. Barhite M. Baron C. Barrett M. Becker B. Benson B. Birt S. Black P. Block G. Bloomgren J. Bloomgren A. Bosko B. Branchaud D. Briggs S. Brown R. Burroughs D. Carlson D. Carlson B. Carlson C. Carlstrom P. Coffaro G. Collins G. D airympie J. Elslager L. Elslager L. Engstrom H. Feeny M. Fisk L. Fox A, Furlow J. Gray G. Gray M. Glotz L. Greene K. Hanson W. Hinsdale M. Hoffner 64N. Hoffner D. Hummel M. Jespersen G. Johnson P. Johnson P. Kane B. Keller S. Kobojek D. Larson R. Lawson K. Linde 11 C. Lindsey B. Lohnes J. Long K. Loomis J. Lord M. Ludwick B. Lund mark A. Machcmcr D. Marquis T. Martin S. Merritt J. Miller D. Nobles M. Norton P. Nosel L. Olsen L. Pangborn J. Passinger B. Passinger S. Passinger L. Penley S. Perrin D. Peterson R. Phillips C. Pierson L. Proctor P. Proctor D. Reed E. Roberts 65J. Roberts P. Rockwell W. Rodgers J. Ruland B. Russell C. Sanders J. Schumann M. Schumann S. Slocum E. Smith S. Spencer J. Spink C. Stewart J. Stoddard A. Swanson E. Thomas 66 Absentees: A. Johnson G. Lester M. Mikrut S. Niles G. Russ J. Stewart S. Ubaney R. Voty D. White S. Ristau J. Thompson L. Thompson T. Tonkin A. Tutmaher B. Uber O. VanOrd T. Walker B. Webster N. Wilcox D. Williams P. Wright M. Yeversky D. Young T. Young M. Younie8th GRADE CLASS OFFICERS President — Adolph Morando Vice-President -- Crystal Barlow Secretary -- Denise Carlson Treasurer -- Debbie Tarr 7th GRADE CLASS OFFICERS President -- Carl Williams Vice-President — Diane Ludwick Secretary -- Beth Channing Treasurer -- Mark Pierson 688th GRADE K. Charming P. Cathcart D. Chase C. Davis C. Davis W. Dim more D. Dnrlin D. Durnell M. Eggleston K. Elberg T. Engstrom K. Ferric E. Ford G. Forsgren V. Foulkrod M. Gage S. Gcrtch L. Granquist L. Greene B. Hagberg T. Haner G. Hanson L. Hanson K. Harris D. Agens J. Aldrich D. Allcnson T. Anderson C. Barlow V. Barrett B. Bauer W. Barrett F. Bowen L. Branstrom D. Brecht C. Brown K. Burford K. Burford J. Burnett C. Burroughs G. By erly D. Carlson M. Carlson P. Casey 69B. Hitchcock N. Hoffman W. Hummel R. Irwin A. Jones D. Jones R. Kane G. Knisley R. Kobojek F. Kopf D. Landin M. Larson C. Lawson D. Lawson J. Lester B. Lindell C. Lindell J. Lindell T. Lund mark W. Lund mark D. Lyon N. Mack D. MacLees P. Marsh B. Martin G. Mazzu R. McCullough L. McFarland D. Meleen C. Melquist M. Mikrut C. Miller E. Miller A. Morando L. Nelson K. Nesmith B. North J. Olsen B. Parker D. Parker J. Penley D. Perrin G. Pratz J. Roberts 70Absentees: L. Harkins J. Quiggle L. VanGuilder J. VanGuilder B. Voegle D. Werner H. Wilcox K. Wilcox M. Wilcox H. Wilkins T. Wilkins A. Williams T. Wilson C. Yeskey L. Ruland L. Rutherford J. Schwone J. Scandreth G. Seleni C. Sherry J. Skinner D. Smith D. Smith R. Southwell R. Spicer A. Stanton B. Stanton D. Stanton D. Stanton B. Swanson D. Swanson G. Swanson D. Tarr B. Taylor L. Tower P. Tower T. Troxell D. Tutmaher 717th GRADE D. Abbey D. Akelcy T. Allen C. Allenson G. Alspaugh D. Anderson J. Anderson R. Anderson N. Arthur K. Bair M. Brezee D. Brown T. Brown C. Brunecz B. Burnett G. Bennett T. Benson L. Black J. Branstrom D. Brecht L. Carlson C. Carlstrom G. Carlstrom J. Carlstrom B. Channing K. Christianson C. Church J. Coffaro L. Constable B. Courtney C. Critzer D. Davis R. Diethrick L. Dyke D. Eger N. Ellberg G. Falconer B. Fox D. Gage D. Gleaton C. Glotz D. Glotz M. Godden G. Gourley 72R. Lohnes C. Loomis D. Ludvvick W. Lundberg K. Machemcr C. Manelick B. Markham D. Martin G. McFarland S. Mead D. Merritt D. Miller D. Morningstar C. Nelson B. Nelson J. Nesmith C. Ohmer J. Olsen B. Onuffer G. Osborne R. Pangborn P. Park R. Parker E. Parks M. Gray M. Groves S. Gruber R. Hagberg D. Haight C. Hale B. Hanson D. Harkins G. Head H. Hice D. Hildum J. Horner G. Hunzinger W. Hunzinger J. Kane J. Lank P. Larson M. Lawson S. Lester C. Lindell 73M. Peterson M. Pierson G. Resh J. Riggle T. Ristau R. Roberts B. Russell H. Rutsky A. Saunders D. Schultz E. Schuyler L. Schwone T. Shield D. Siliano R. Sliter N. Smith L. Southwell A. Stewart D. Stoddard S. Swanson B. Thomas K. Thorpe K. Ti'drick M. Trask M. Troxell B. Tutmaher R. Wachter S. Weber T. White R. Wilcox P. Willis C. Williams C. Wilson M. Work R. Yeagle Absentees: A. Audley M. Eggleston D. Hunter D. Miller S. Stanton 74ORGANIZATIONCO-EDITORS Donna Sweeney and Linda Gruber How can we best express our feelings as our high school days draw to a close? Our first thought might be one of pleasure. We have enjoyed working together during these past six years, and have shared many memorable experiences. We would have a sense of accomplishment, as this completes our formal education and lays the foundation for our future lives. We would also feel grateful to all those who have helped us in any way. To our parents who have trained us and encouraged us; to all those teachers and other members of the administration who have educated us and given so freely of their time to help us along the road to success, we feel deeply indebted. We, the editors of the 1966 Lance, wish to extend our deepest appreciation to our advisor, Mrs. Norton, and to our competent staff. We hope that we have succeeded in preserving the cherished memories of this school year. 76YEARBOOK STAFF OF 1966 Mrs . Norton..........Advisor Freda Wilcox..........Photography Linda Mahan...........Advertising Sandy Muschick........Lay-out Judy Fisk.............Business Manager Craig West............Artwork Linda Gruber..........Co-Editor Donna Sweeney.........Co-Editor Michael Andersen . . . Artwork 77HONOR SOCIETY ROW 1 — G. Linden, S. Fisk, D. Brunecz, B. Black, D. Wilcox, D. Lindell, C. Ludwick, W. Landin, J. Lord, L. Saylor. ROW 2 — H. Yeversky, M. Wilcox, D. TroxeU, N. Swanson, T. Stewart, T. Stanton, S. Sherry, K. Peterson, S. Nelson, W. McFarland, D. Brown. ROW 3 -- T. Laird, A. MacLees, B. Songer, B. Ludwick, L. Mahan, N. Hale, J. Fisk, S. Mus chick, G. Lawson, D. Way, L. Gruber. 78F.T.A. ROW 1 — S. Kopf, W. McFarland, T. Stanton, S. Fisk, G. Lawson, C. Stuart, D. Sweeney, J. Russell. ROW 2 -- S. Nelson, S. Shield, L. York, Mrs. Norton, Advisor, M. Kane, D. Pratz, D. Troxell, B. Black. ROW 3 -- M. Trumbull, B. Gantz, S. Ristau, D. Fehlman, T. Stewart, G. Linde 11, P. Arthur, P. Nosel, D. Briggs. ROW 4 — D. Hoffman, V. Martin, E. Thomas, M. Wachter, E. Moravek, R. Nelson. 79STUDENT COUNCIL Mr. Dunbar, Advisor, F.Johnson, D.Lindcll, Secretary, B. Barlow, President, S. Shield, Vice-President, R. Irwin, F. Lindell. ROW 2 — M. Schumann, V. Foulkrod, C.Manclick, L. Schwone D. Werner, A. Morando, C. Stewart, R. Sliter. ROW 3 — J. Werner, L. Burlingame, T. Bosko, D. Gibbon, K. Peterson, D. Thompson. ROW 4 -- A. Jones, B. Uber, M. Briggs, M. Mikrut, D. fratz, D. Troxell, J. Coffaro. ROW 5 -- M. Lieber, D. Sweeney, S. Muschick, D. Way, L. Mahan, J. Pedrozo. The Student Council tries to provide the medium through which the students of the school may become as one in seeking their common needs and achieving their common goals. It tries to help our school, our community, and our world find better understanding. The Student Council began this with sponsoring the Homecoming Day and a dance that evening which featured the Bismarks. We made buses available for the students to most of the away games. A record player was obtained for the use of student dances and which could also be used for a portable P. A. system for the new outdoor press box. Our annual magazine sales again help sponsor our foreign exchange student, Juan Pedrozo, of Salto, Uruguay. For the first time a student from our school under the American Field Service went abroad. Linda Mahan spent the summer of 1965 in England. We also were priviliged to have another exchange student, Michael Lieber, of Rosario, Argentina, who spent three months with us. An assembly program was presented to the students which featured the exchange students. We had a talent show and we sponsored for the first time a Valentine Dance which featured the Mod 5. Parliamentary procedure was expounded more this year as was the constitution. 80PRESS CLUB ROW 1 -- D. Pratz, J. Lord, R. Southwell, D. Brunecz, C. Devereaux, M. Johnson. ROW 2 -- Mrs. Hagberg, Advisor, C. Stuart, C. Davis, R. Young, B. Saunders, B. Songer. ROW 3 -- B. Engstrom, M. Hale, B. Dcemer, D. Way, L. Gruber. ROW 4 --S. Martin, L. Stewart, J. Fisk, S. Muschick, R. Falconer. LIBRARY ASSISTANTS ROW 1 - - S. Dumcll, J. Seleni, D. Falconer, V. Ferry, Miss Reese, Advisor, M. Ferry. ROW'2 --S. Passinger, E. Thomas, C. VanOrd, S. DeWatter. ROW 3 -- R. Nelson, M. Trumbull, L. Custer, L. Greene, V. Martin, S. Ristau, M. Backstrom, G. Lester. ROW 4 -- C. Hildum, N. Hoffner, L. Olsen, E. Moravck, J. Stoddard, J. Sherry. 81My South American Family Mr. and Mrs. Leopoldo Pedrozo and Elba This year, 1965-1966, will be an unforgettable year in my life. Unforgettable because I had the opportunity to travel. Unforgettable because I had the opportunity to know. Unforgettable because I had the opportunity to know you, dear friends. To be given the opportunity to know the customs, ideas, way of life, and culture of such a modern society like the one in the United States is something I never dreamed about. Thanks to the American Field Service, I will be here for one year enjoying the company of each one of you. It is also wonderful to be given the warm hospitality of the Leland Haller family and the sincere friendship of your people. My purpose was to try to be friendly to everybody. Since I arrived, I have had no problems at all. Once again, thanks to my family, to my teachers, and to my friends. 82My American Family Mr. and Mrs. Leland Haller Sandy, John, and Barb and John Putnam 83TO ENGLAND This past summer I had the pleasure of being chosen Eisenhower's first student to participate in the summer program of the American Field Service. During the months of July and August, I lived with the Arthur Abrey family in Ewell, England, which is located 15 miles from London. Mr. Abrey was the director of a printing company, and Mrs. Abrey was the Deputy-headmistress of a junior school. I also had two sisters: Lynda 18, and Lesley 16. I believe that the purpose of spending a summer with a family in a foreign country such as this can best be expressed by the motto of the AFS: "Walk together, talk together, all ye people of the earth; then and only then shall ye have peace." I believe that today one of our biggest contributors to world peace are programs such as the AFS. It is only through living with and talking with the people of a country that you can gain a true picture of them. I would like to thank the the whole student body and also the Student Council for giving me the opportunity to find out how really wonderful the English people really are. My only hope is that I lived up to the great amount of faith, that you placed in me. • The AFS is actually not a new institution at EHS. Those of us who are Seniors, will remember as seventh graders our first foreign student from Denmark, Ole. Ole is now married and attends college in Toronto, Canada. The following year, we again had an AFS student, Carina from Sweden. Carina is now a student at the University of Lund in Sweden, where she is majoring in languages. Probably still vivid in the memories of all of us is last year's Brazilian student, Caesar, and this year's student from Uruguay, Juan. I hope that in the future, the Student Council will be able to continue the work they have done, and to bring to us more students such as Ole, Carina, Caesar, and Juan. 84FROM ARGENTINA Michel and his American brothers. Michel Lieber, exchange student under International Fellowship, Inc., has spent three months of his summer term with the Jeral Angove family in Akeley. Michel is from Rosario, Argentina, and attends Rosario English School. He has one sister, Monica, and an older brother, Alexandro, who is also an exchange student on Long Island. Michel feels that his experiences here have been very worthwhile, and his only regret is that he has to return to Argentina on March 20 to attend school. 85BIBLE CLUB SENIOR HIGH President 1st Vice-President 2nd Vice-President Secretary Treasurer David VanCise Marc Briggs Violet Allenson Kathy Ludwick Debbie Lindell CO-ADVISORS Miss Reese, Mr. Cable, and Mrs. Livezey JUNIOR HIGHF.H.A ROW 1 — S. Shield, H. Yeversky, F. Lindell, J. Lord, R. Southwell, M. Thompson J. Spink, P. Marquis, D. Sweeney, Mrs. Ludwick, Advisor. ROW 2 — S. Niles, D. Johnson, M. Backstrom, H. Feeney, S. Sherry, N. Hoffner, R. Prentice, L. Hoffner, N. Mangini. ROW 3 — B. Black, D. Fehlman, N. Sweeney, L. Jones, R. Tower, B. Birt, C. VanOrd, E. Smith. ROW 4 -- L. Fox, A. Furlow, L. Engstrom. R. Falconer, S. Martin, B. Engstrom, G. Braley, J. Foulkrod. ROW 5 — M. Yeversky, W. Barhite, K. Lindell, D. Marquis, N. Wilcox, B. Benson, P. Johnson, P. Coffaro, P. Kane. ROW 6 — R. Anderson, S. Merritt, B. Yeagle, B. Saunders, S. Slocum, J. Thompson, K. Peterson.F.F.A J KNEELING: S. Wilson, J. Stanton. ROW 1 -- D. Bennett, J. Gourley, W. Gourley, J. Jespersen, T. Birt, G. Lester, B. Welker, Mr. Soper, Advisor. ROW 2 -- P. Block, W. Hinsdale, R. Law-son, J. Bloomgren, M. Jespersen, O. VanOrd, M. Ludwick. ROW 3 -- M. Bames, K. Hanson, C. Enos, B. Taylor, T. Brunecz, C. Sanders. Mr. Soper, Advisor, Ken Hanson, Jerry Jespersen, Gary Lester, Terry Birt, Bill Gourley. These boys appeared on television giving a lawn-mower demonstration. 88LIVESTOCK QUEEN PATRICIA O’BRIEN Patricia O'Brien Hazel Yeversky Nancy Mangini Queen 1st Runner-up 2nd Runner-up Patricia O'Brien, a senior, won the honor of being our Livestock Queen this year. Twenty-one girls were entered in the contest. They were judged on poise, appearance, and ability to express themselves well in answers to various questions. 89VARSITY CLUB ROW 1 -- Mr. Firth, Advisor, A. Bloomgren, D. Barlow, E. Hartman, S. Trumbull, D. Werner, F. Johnson, B. Olson, Mr. Luvison, Advisor. ROW 2 — L. DeRemer, D. Williams, J. Allenson, P. Ferry, J. Olsen, J. Carlson, J. Allen, J. Angove. ROW 3 -- J. Briggs, R. Hoffner, G. Anderson, A. Phillips, J. Haller, R. Irwin, T. Kobojek, J. Machemer. ROW 4 -«r D. Brunecz, F. Black, A. VanOrd, J. Stanton, C. Sanders, M. Merritt, T. Laird. ROW 5 — G. Fry, D. Haner, G. Gage, J. Crowl, D. Flasher, D. Melquist. KEY CLUB ROW 1 — T. Laird, L. Lester, D. Troxell, J. Stanton, Mr. Swift, Advisor. ROW 2 — J. Lindell, W. Landin, D. Voty, H. Bloomgren, J. Barrett, J. Wiltsie. ROW 3 — M. Kane, F. Johnson, J. Olsen, D. Werner, D. Pratz, J. Cable. 90G.A.A ROW 1 — Mrs. Carter, Advisor, S. Atkins, C. Rockwell, D. Sweeney, J. North, D. Manelick, S. Shield, S. Fisk, L. Manelick, S. Putnam, S. Fleming, J. Werner. ROW 2 — K. Tonkin, V. Wilcox, B. Barlow, L. Mahan, E. Williams, B. Abbott, L. Saylor, C. Hotaling, S. Hanson, S. Abbey, P. Barton, P. Hodges, F. Black. ROW 3 -- D. Lindell, S. Hodges, K. Jespersen. S. Webster, G. Lindell, T. Stanton, K. Concoby, F. Aldrich, J. Carlson, D. Gibbon, D. Brunecz, F. Lindell, C. Stuart, C. Gray. ROW 4 — V. Allenson, M. Furlow, K. Wade, C. Devcraux, N. Sweeney, J. Pcnlcy. ROW 5 — K. Ludwick, M. Sanders, P. Holden, D. Williams, D. Brown, G. Braley, C. Glotz, M. Brezee, K. Walker, K. Merritt, R. Barrett, F. Wilcox, N. Fleming. ROW 6 -- A. Collins, J. Cable, R. Christianson, S. Arthur, A. Bowen, V. Tutmaher, V. Manelick, A. Tutmaher, M. Lawson, D. Morgan, absent, Mrs. Leathers, Advisor. CINDERBELLES ROW 1 — L. York, B. Barlow, V. Wilcox, C. Rockwell, M. Fisk, F. Wilcox. ROW 2 — B. Porter, M. Lawson, H. Yeversky, D. Gibbon, N. Fleming, J. North, D. Brunecz, V. Manelick. ROW 3 — K. Brown, L. Dexter, L. Saylor, V. Stewart, S. Fisk, K. Peterson, S. Shield, Mr. Engstrom, Advisor. ROW 4 — P. Werner, J. Lord, M. Thompson, N. Mangini, F. Lindell, S. Hodges.WRESTLING CLUB SEATED: D. Williams, L. Proctor, N. Miller, P. Rockwell, P. Hunzinger. ROW 2 --Mr. Camovale, Advisor, J. Tutmaher, R. Deithrick, D. Burnett, G. Williams, T. Kobojck, R. Groves, T. Channing, J. Taylor, Mr. Shultz, Advisor. FIELD AND STREAM ROW 1 -- Mr. Sherwood, Advisor, V. Spicer, B. Sliter, L. Siliano, G. Stanton, C. Skinner, Mr. Rolls, Advisor. ROW 2 -- D. Swanson, G. Swanson, L. Branstrom, D. Jones, C. Pierson, T. Troxell. ROW 3 -- C. Miller, B. Stanton, D. Brecht, D. Perrin, D. Stanton, B. Lundmark, W. Rodgers. ROW 4 -- D. LaVigne, J. Siliano, P Carlbcrg, B. Bauer, C. Yeskey, R. Spicer, J. Penley, H. Wilcox. 92CAMERA CLUB ROW 1 -- C. Mineweaser, A. Swanson, J. Cable. ROW 2 -- D. Hummcll, C. Nobles, J. Pedrozo. ROW 3 -- A. Morando, G. Bloomgrcn. GIRL’S HOBBY CLUB ROW 1 -- J. Long, C. Wallace, C. Burroughs, Mr. Maurer, Advisor. ROW 2 -- C. Davis, B. Branchaud, J. Roberts. 9394ATHLETICSVARSITY FOOTBALL ROW 1 --J. Lindell, L. DeRemer, D. LaVigne, D. Wilcox, J. Barrett, A. VanOrd, A. Phillips, M. Wachter, T. Eggleston, D. Hale, G. Dalrymple. ROW 2 --J. Pedrozo, Manager, P. Ferry, Manager, J. Crowl, R. Hoffncr, G. Fry, D. Haner, D. Melquist, R. Irwin, T. Laird, N. Livczey, D. Flasher, D. Pratz, Manager, D. Troxcll, Manager. ROW 3 -- Mr. Lassinger, Assistant Head Coach, J. Allenson, J. Haller, B. Olsen, J. An-gove, J. Carlson, J. Allen, D. Barlow, E. Hartman, F. Johnson, D. Werner, J. Machemer, Mr. Luvison, Head Coach. 1966 SCHEDULE Northern Area 0 Youngsville 9 Northern Area 0 Pine Valley 20 Northern Area 0 Silver Creek 13 Northern Area 12 Randolph 6 Northern Area 6 Brocton 0 Northern Area 7 Cassadaga Valley 32 Northern Area 33 Bernus Point 6 Northern Area 13 Westfield 18 96"Dan" ALL-CONFERENCE "John" "Whitey" "Ron" Jack Angove Ernie Hartman Dave Werner Jim Carlson Jeff Machemer SENIORS "Bill" "Larry" "Weasel" "Phi lli" "John" "Smiley" "Dewey" "Dan" The Yearbook Staff would like to congratulate Mr. Luvison on the excellent work he has done with our football team in the past thirteen years. "Rog" "Tedd'JUNIOR VARSITY ROW 1 -- D. Pratz, D. Passinger, B. Landmark, H. Critzer, D. Burnett, G. Olson. ROW 2 -- M. Kane, B. Lohnes, M. Becker, A. Bosko, G. Collins, A. Machcmcr, D. Carlson, C. Stewart, G. Gage. ROW 3 -- Mr. Burnett, assistant, T. Bosko, M. Hoffner, M. Briggs, R. Voty, S. Brown, B. Russell, B. Sliter, G. Stanton, D. Jones, P. Hunzinger, Mr. Neese, Coach. Mr. Firth and Mr. Dunbar, Junior High Coaches.HOMECOMING QUEEN BARBARA LUDWICK "A rainy mist dampened the air, but not our spirits on Homecoming Day. There was excitement and tension everywhere. You could almost feel that victory would be ours. I shall never forget when we were escorted onto the field. The sun shown beautifully and the mist faded away. There was a secret stillness as I was crowned queen. My heart was overflowing with the warmth and happiness that I felt. Then as the game continued, the crowd cheered as we were victorious over Brocton. This surely will be one of the highlights of my life and those of my court." u -tuLO QUEEN AND HER COURT Sophomore Attendant, Amy Bowen; Senior Attendant, Vicki Wilcox; Queen, Barbara Ludwick; Junior Attendant Karen Penley; Freshman Attendant, Debbie Larson. 100SCORE KEEPERS SEATED: Jane North; STANDING: Suzanne Shield. POM POM GIRLS ROW 1 -- C. Glotz, D. Gibbon, P. Marquis, Lorren Stewart, Leader, M. Brezee, D. Werner, K. Concoby. ROW 2 -- R. Barrett, K. Loomis, K. Merritt, P. Werner, N. Swanson, D. Morgan. 101VARSITY BASKETBALL ROW 1 -- D. VanCise, D. Werner, J. Stanton, J. Olsen, J. Allen, D. Barlow. ROW 2 -- C. Sanders, B. Burlingame, G. Fry, J. Allenson, R. Hoffner, J. Briggs, B. Olsen, Mr. Sherwood, Head Coach. 1965-66 BASKETBALL SCOREBOARD NORTHERN AREA 45 NORTHERN AREA 32 NORTHERN AREA 45 NORTHERN AREA 43 NORTHERN AREA 52 NORTHERN AREA 69 NORTHERN AREA 61 NORTHERN AREA 49 NORTHERN AREA 47 NORTHERN AREA 64 NORTHERN AREA 57 NORTHERN AREA 77 NORTHERN AREA 68 NORTHERN AREA 60 NORTHERN AREA 63 NORTHERN AREA 36 NORTHERN AREA 58 NORTHERN AREA 69 NORTHERN AREA 62 NORTHERN AREA 68 SHEFFIELD 60 BEMUS POINT 57 CLYMER 68 BEMUS POINT 62 CLYMER 59 MAYVILLE 65 WEST FOREST 57 YOUNGSVILLE 65 PLEASANTVILLE 59 TIDIOUTE 56 EAST FOREST 83 MAYVILLE 65 SPARTANSBURG 93 SHEFFIELD 88 WEST FOREST 96 YOUNGSVILLE 69 PLEASANTVILLE 81 TIDIOUTE 47 EAST FOREST 89 SPARTANSBURG 57 102SENIORS "JOHN" JOHN BILL'BASKETBALL ROW 1: T. Allen, D. VanCise, B. Sliter, G. Olson, D. Hale, J. Undell, G. Williams. ROW 2: Coach Rolls, I. Smith, L. Lundmark, B. McFarland, M. Kane, B. Burlingame, J. Peterson, J. Wilson, L. Lester. JUNIOR HIGH ROW 1: T. Wilkins, R. Phillips, D. Allenson, G. Johnson, C. Undell, C. Brown, P Wright, K. Wilcox, K. Burford. ROW 2: B. Uber, B. Lohnes, A. Swanson, L. Bran-strom, W. Rogers, B. Russell, B. North, H. Wilkins, A. Jones, R. Lohnes, Coach: Mr. Boyer. 104WRESTLING FRONT --J. Angove, R. Irwin. ROW 1 --J. Carlson, D. Haner, D. Melquist, J. Jespersen, R. Ruland, L. DeRemer, D. Larson, D. Brunecz, J. Tutmaher, G. Gage, O. Williams, Mr. Shultz, Coach. 105 "DAVE" "JERRY"Susie Putnam, Sandy Fleming, Patty Arthur, Karen Jespersen. MAJORETTES Sandy Muschick Judy FiskCHOIR ROW 1: L. Westfall, T. Stanton, K. Walker, K. Harris, L. Dexter, V. Stewart, C. Hotaling, B. Engstrom, J. Pcnley, B. Deemcr. ROW 2: D. Manelick, J. Parks, G. Gage, F. Black, R. Deithrick, J. Riggle, L. Wilcox, D. Troxell, J. Machemer, F. Johnson, S. Shield, K. Wade. ROW 3: A. Branchaud, J. Landin, D. Voty, D. McKinney, D. VanHouten, E. Collins, D. Pratz, D. Werner, J. Allen, N. Livezey, V. Wilcox, S. Putnam. ROW 4: R. Young, K. Peterson, D. Flasher, B. Borton, B. Olsen, J. Wiltsie, B. Iindquist, G. Fry, J. Allenson, J. Briggs, L. Trumbull, D. Way, C. Rockwell. 107 DISTRICT CHORUS Bruce Lindquist Noble livezey Becky Deemer Kathy Walker Dave Flasher John Briggs Doris Way Trudy StantonE.H.S. CENTER --B. Lindquist, F. Linde 11. ROW 1 --A. MacLees, J. Landin, T. Stanton, D. Way, D. Sweeney, D. Linde 11, A. Morando, K. Smith, D. Young, D. Stanton, B. Olsen, B. Carlson, B. Burlingame, S. Nelson, D. Fehlman. ROW 2 -- L. McFarland, L. Nelson, F. Johnson, S. Fisk, G. Lester, S. Hodges, S. Shield, W. Landin, M. Mikrut, J. Angove, L. Burlingame, S. Webster, M. Briggs, A. Collins, E. Thomas, D. Burford, D. Linde 11, L. Burlingame, S. Webster, D. Fehlman, S. Nelson, G. Lester, D. Burford, D. Swanson, K. Jespersen, G. Linde 11, J. Landin, B. Kane, C. Hildum, A. Swanson, B. Carlson, G. Johnson, D. Young, W. Landin, K. Ludwick, C. Stuart, K. Dunn, B. Lindquist, A. MacLees, T. Stanton. BAND V. Allenson, D. Durlin, L. Olsen, D. Werner, S. Fleming, F. Thomas. ROW 3 -- G. Linde 11, R. Christianson, G. Johnson, G. Dalrymple, J. Allen, R. Kane, T. Troxell, K. Burford, D. Troxell, D. Wilcox, D. Swanson, D. Landin, D. VanHouten, K. Jespersen, N. Livezey. STANDING -- M. Kane, D. Hale, A. Jones, C. Hildum, K. Dunn, A. Swanson. Mr. Albert P. Lyford 'Our Maestro"VARSITY CHEERLEADERS Fae Linde 11, Barbara Ludwk Cathy Gray, Beverly Abbott, Karen Penley, Kmma Williams, Gail Lawson, Mary Fur low. BEVERLY ABBOTT EMMA WILLIAMS 110 BARBARA LUDWICKJ u N I 0 R V A R S I T Y c 4 H k ' i E E % V R r L i i - E £ ' A £ D €» n w E r 1 R S v V - ROW 1 -- Mary Lawson, Shirley Passinger; ROW 2 -- Jennifer Spink, Jackie Werner, Shirley Arthur; ROW 3 -- Vicki Mane-lick. ROW 1 -- Debby Larson, Vicki Foulkrod, Kathy Nesmith; ROW 2 -- Mary Schumann, Linda Pen ley; ROW 3 --Marcia Wilcox.FIRST DISTRICT CHAMPIONSHIP Jim Stewart clears bar at 12' at State Track Meet, placing second. The 1965 Track Team won the PIAA Class B, District 10 Track and Field Championship on May 15 at Youngs-ville. District 10 first and second place winners were eligible to compete at the State Track Meet. We placed 7th at State and 2nd at the Youngsville Invitational Track Meet. DISTRICT 10 WINNERS 120 High Hurdles -- Leslie Trumbull, 1st, 16.1 180 Low Hurdles -- Jim Stewart, 2nd, 21.3 Mile Relay -- Peterson, Bosko, Hartman, Wilkins, 3:38.8 2 Mile -- Ken VanOrd, 2nd, 10:53.7 High Jump -- Jim Stewart, 1st, 6'1 3 4” Pole Vault -- Jim Stewart, 1st, 12' 6" Triple Jump -- Ernie Hartman Mile Relay Team -- E. Hartman, D. Bosko, L. Peterson, J. Wilkins. Tied school record at State Track Meet. 112HONORS STATE BAND Christine Stuart UNITED NATIONS DELEGATES: T. Stewart, G. Lawson, S. Fisk, F. Linde 11, B. McFarland, T. Laird, N. Livezey, L. Lester. NATIONAL MERIT SCHOLARSHIP Becky Deemer, Lorren Stewart F. T. A. REGIONAL REPRESENTATIVES Jane Russell, Esther Moravek DAR AWARD Linda Saylor H3 "I Speak For Democracy Contest" J. Russell, M. Johnson, K. Ludwick.STUDENT TEACHERS Mr. Arthur Solasky English Mr. David Burnett Social Studies Mr. Richard Steinman Science Mr. Bruce Hullehan Social Studies Mr. James McGowan English 114 Mr. Joseph Lucia MathematicsCONGRATULATIONS to the Class of "66" BERTHOLD’S STUDIOCONGRATULATIONS to the Class of 1966 . . . Today's Graduates, the builders of a Greater Jamestown Area tomorrow. . . THE JAMESTOWN AREA CHAMBER OF COMMERCE, INC. 101 West Fifth Street Jamestown, New YorkCompliments of THE PENNSYLVANIA BANK TRUST CO. SUGAR GROVE OFFICE Sugar Grove, Pa. 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