Eisenhower High School - Lance Yearbook (Russell, PA)

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 Eisenhower High School Presents The 73 LANCE8 Photo Essay 16 Seniors 47 Superlatives 52 Students 74 Faculty 92 Sports 14 Activities 142 Advertisements Charlotte Bronte once remarked that memories of happy times are "exquisite treasures and inexhaustible sources of pure refreshment. " This is what we hope our yearbook will be for you. If, in the years to come you can page through this yearbook and, through the words and pictures, have reawakened in you the savored memories of a thousand little things, then our yearbook will be a success. For it is our desire to capture the life and spirit of EHSandthe joy of being young and alive.Dr. George Riley 1922 - 1972 Dedication We dedicate this yearbook to a man who meant a great deal to us and to this school. Dr. George Riley was affectionately known as "our doctor. " He was a man of endless dedication. Countless times he was called on to attend to injured Knight athletes. Innumerable hours he spent caring for the Lancers as they traveled around the country. He gave us so much of himself that we feel unable to ever repay our great debt to him. Anyone who knew Dr. Riley remembers his enormous enthusiasm for life. He could inspire us with his enthusiasm. He encouraged us to strive for goals higher that we thought we could then reach, and when we did succeed, no one was prouder than he was. By his example, Dr. Riley taught us that dedication, enthusiasm, pride, and achievement are more that just meaningless abstractions. We hope that the memory of Dr. Riley will inspire us to develope these qualities he so well personified. This dedication is to a man who, by devoting so much of himself to this school, became an undying part of it.Geraldine Folke Hagberg 1905 - 1972 In Memoriam AT HOME WITH HER LORD Her hands are folded now to rest. Hushed are those lips so pure; Her spirit now among the blest. No pain or sorrow to endure. Her chair is vacant now and lone. Her steps no longer heard; Her voice is still--no song we hear, No longer gesture, look or word. She toiled for others day by day. With sacrifice her life was fraught; Early began her day of toil, And late her tired fingers wrought. May we who toil in life’s hard way, A message from her share; "Live not for self nor selfish gain, But for Christ--and others care. " -Author Unknown five ”To live in the hearts that one leaves behind is not to die"It seems facetious to remark that this yearbook is unlike any other since that fact confronts you as soon as you open it. In the beginning of the year we realized that yearbooks tend to follow a certain pattern year after year. Webegan by throwing out this pattern and building a new design from its remnants; when we thought changes would improve the yearbook, we weren't afraid to make them. This is why we have introduced so many changes, the foremost of which is the extreme verticalness of our book with the binding at the top. As far as we know, we are the first high school east of the Rockies to attempt this. Undoubtedly some people will object to it because "it’s too hard to turn the pages". We hope that our yearbook is good enough that you won't want to turn the pages that fast. Most people don't realize the great effort that goes into the making of a yearbook. In addition to all the people you see in the picture above, I would like to thank our photographers Brian Lindquist and Gary Holt, who, despite their remarkable talent for misplacing things, are really quite good. Linda Church and Cindy Snyder, who were responsible for raising funds to finance this yearbook through candy sales,advertisements, and patronships, should be congratulated for a job well done. Also ourtypists, Cheryl Wilson, Vicki Peters, and Marla Groves, deserve our appreciation. 1973 Lance Staff Chris Lindell, Mrs. Norton, Carol Bar-low, Steve Edson (Editor-in-Chief), Trudy Abbott, Vicki Peters (typist), Lorraine Bundy, and Kim Lindell, Patty Lindell, Cheryl Wilson (typist), and Marla Groves (typist).Mrs. Pauline Norton Yearbook Advisor 1957-1973 An Appreciation The 73 yearbook staff wishes to extend a special thanks to our advisor, Mrs. Pauline Norton. For thirty years Mrs. Norton has taught English and Spelling, to the betterment of thousands of students. Beyond her teaching duties, she has been involved in numerous other activities; she is the seventh grade advisor, and the future teachers' advisor. But the most challenging and exacting of all her activities is the yearbook. Year after year, she has turned out good yearbooks. Those of us who understand the tremendous amount of time and labor needed to produce a good yearbook fully appreciate this great accomplishment. A person who year after year accepts this great responsibility naturally possesses many admirable qualities. She is patient, understanding, and willing to listen to any sound argument. Because Mrs. Norton will be retiring soon, we wash to extend our appreciation for all that Mrs. Norton has meant to this school, to its yearbooks, and especially to the 73 Lance. seven These Are Our Memories Of What It Was Really Like At EHS73Being a senior is a feeling of accomplishment. You look back amazed athow quickly the years have gone by. Homework, books, and teachers have been part of your life for nearly twelve years. After you have successfully passed one grade, there was always another ahead of you. You would often think the days were endless until you'd finish school. You thought you would be so terribly old before you reached the end. Nowyou have reached the end. You will no longer be told of how to make a footnote or write a business letter, for you will be on your own. This fills every senior with uncertainty. There are so many decisions to make; it is rather frightening. Some have definite plans for the years ahead, while others are baffled at what they will do. There is both exuberance and sadness when the diploma is received. It is all part of being a senior. (LEFT TO RIGHT) Steven Edson Secretary; Mark Capron Treasurer; Lynn Shephard Vice President; Sam Kellogg President. fN TRUDY JANE ABBOTT "Trudy" August 31, 1955 Veterinarians Assistant College Prep. Bible Club 7-12; National Honor Society 11-12; Yearbook 12. COREY JAMES AKELEY "Joe" August 20, 1955 Music Teacher College Prep. Marching Band 8-12; Junior Concert Band 7-8; Senior Concert Band 9-12; Dance Band 9-12; Junior District 8-9; Senior District 11-12; Regional Band 11-12; Varsity Club 11-12; Track 7-12; Class Treasurer 10; Yearbook 12. JOSEPH BERNARD AGNEW "Joe" September 22, 1955 Get a Job General Bible Club 8-10; Choir 11. SHARON LOUISE ALDRICH "Sherri" May 26, 1956 Undecided College Prep. J.V. Cheerleading 9-11; Captain 10-11; AV Crew 11-12; Office Assistant 11; Class President 7; Ecolab Trail Guide 12; F.T.A. 9; Yearbook 12; Senior Lounge Committee Head 12. seventeenSHIRLEY A. ALMENDINGER "Shirley" July 16, 1955 Get Married General G.A.A. 10-12; Volleyball 10-12; Bowling 10-12. VICKIE LYNN ANDERSON "Dick" December 19, 1953 Raise Horses General G.A.A. 10-12; Bible Club 7-8; Track 11; G.A.A. Track 8; Choir 10-11; Yearbook 12; Volleyball 10; Bowling 10-12. DAVTD EUGENE BAIR "Dave" April 1, 1953 Tree Expert General Bible Club 7-11; Track 7-9, 12. JERE M. ANDERSON ,rFatsM November 29, 1954 Work General Bible Club 7-11. .CHERI I.UANNE BLACK "C heri" January 19, 1955 Receptionist Business Missionary Volunteer Society 7-8; Graduation out of Private School 8; Library Assistant 9-11; Bible Club 10-11; Choir 10-12; Letter for Library Assistant 11; certificate 10. CAROL ANN BARLOW "Carol" February 19, 1955 History Major College Prep. Sports Boosters 7-8; Press Club 9; Marching Band Color Guard 10; Bible Club 11-12; Yearbook 12. DAVID RAYMOND BLAIR "Dave” January' 8, 1955 Agriculture General F.F.A. 9-12. CONSTANCE JEAN BAUER "Connie” October 11, 1955 Social Work College Prep. Cinderbelles 10-12; Chairman 12; Board of Directors 11, certificate, charm, letter; Cheerleading 9-12; Junior High 9; captain; Junior Varsity 10; Varsity 11-12; Girls Track 7-12; letter 8-12; G.A.A. 10-12; Vice President 12; Bowling Secretary 11; Volley-ball 10-12; Bowling 10-11; trophy 10-11; letter, pin, jacket, key; National Honor Society 11-12; Gym Show 9-10; French Club 10; Student Council 9; F.T.A. 8-9; Record Club 8; Sports Boosters 7; Pep Club 12. nineteen DEBRA D. BRENNEN "Deb" February 5, 1955 Business Lancers 9, certificate, chevron; Bowling 7-12, captain 12; G.A.A. 10-12, letter, pin, jacket; Volleyball 10-12; Score keeper 12; Bible Club 7-9; Track 9-10; Gym Show 9-10; Yearbook 12; Press Club 9; F.T.A. 9-10; Sports Boosters 8. SAMUEL WILSON BORLAND "Sam" January 20, 1956 Agriculture General Wrestling 10-11; letter 11; F.F.A. 10-12. GERRY R. BRIGGS "Giggs" January 30, 1956 Undecided College Prep. Football 8-12; Varsity Club; Jr. High Track; Track manager. DEBORAH JEAN BRALEY "D ebbie" December 13, 1953 Secretary or Service Business Junior High Choir -10; Senior Choir 12; Chess Club 7-8; Bible Club 11.DALE ANN BROWN "Dale" September 25, 1955 College College Prep. Yearbook 12; Student Council 9-10; Honor Society 11-12; Concert Band 7-12; Marching Band 8-12; letter 9-11, pin 10, jacket 11; Stage Band 9-12; letter 10, pin 11; Bible Club 7-8; F.T.A. 9; Record Club 10; Thesbians 11-12; C.A.A. 12; Bowling 10-12; Volleyball 11-12; Gym Show 9-10; Softball 7-12; District Band 8-9, 11-12; Snow Ball Attendant 12. PETER JAMES BRUNECZ "Pete" July 31, 1955 Undecided College Prep. Football 11-12; Letter 12; Track 11-12; Honor Society 11-12; Chess Club 10-12; Choir 10-11; Wrestling 12; Varsity Club 12. RANDAL DAVID BROWN "Dingus" December 11, 1955 To help in the field of Agriculture, however possible I may. College Prep. Student Council 11-12; Pres. 12; F.F.A. 9-12, Treas. 11, Pres. 12; Varsity Club 11-12; Key Club 10; Honor Society 11-12; Football 7-12; letter 11-12; Basketball 7-12; letter 11-12; Track 10-12; letter 10-12; Volleyball 11-12. LORRAINE RUTH BUNDY "Lorraine" June 10, 1955 Registered Nursing College Prep. Bible Club 11-12; Yearbook 12. nty oneCHERYL LYNN BURCH "Sherry" January 26, 1955 Housewife General Record Club 11; Bible Club 9-12; Junior Choir 9; Senior Choir 10-12. SANDRA R. BURCH "Sandy" January 4, 1956 Undecided General Lancers 10; Bible Club 9-11; Art Club 11; Bowling 12. MELINDA JEAN CABLE "Lin" October 12, 1955 Cook College Prep. Bible Club 7-12; Intramural Track 8,11; Honor Society 11-12. DONNA LOUISE CATHACART "Donna" September 22, 1955 Service College Prep. Girls Track 11-12; Cinderbelles 11-12; Basketball 12; Volleyball 10-12; Bible Club 7-12; Student Council 12; Honor Society 11-12; Intramural Track 8,11, 12. MARK ERROL CAPRON "Capon" July 24, 1955 Undecided College Prep. Track 8-12; Letter 10-12; Chess Club 11; Senior Class Treasurer 12; Intramural Volleyball 10-12; Varsity Club 11-12. CAROLINE JANE CARLBERG "Care" March 15, 1955 Undecided College Prep. Cheerleading 9-12; Jr. High 9; Varsity 11-12; Student Council 10; Spanish Club 8-11; Thesbians 11; Honor Society 11-12; G.A.A. 10-12; Sports Boosters 7; Press Club 8; Freshman Homecoming Attendant; Girls Track 9-12, letter 9-11; Cin-derbelles 10-12, certificate,charm, letter; Varsity Club 11-12, Senior Homecoming Attendant. twenty-three LINDA SUE CHURCH "Jane" April 1, 1955 Physical Therapy College Prep. F.T.A. 8-12, Pres. 11-12; G.A.A. 9-12; Cimlerbelles 10-12; Lancer 9; Football Scorekeeper 10-12; Basketball Score-keeper 10-12; A. V. Crew 11-12; Girls Track 9-12; Sports Booster 7-8; Yearbook, Business Manager; Bowling 10-11; N.R. A. 11-12. STEPHEN MICHAEL DEAN "Killer" March 4, 1955 Undecided College Prep. Band 8; Junior Varsity Basketball 11; Chess Club 11-12; Honor Society 11-12. LAVERN ELVIN COUSE "Vern" May 18, 1954 Wildlife Management General Photo Club 11; Forest Fire Crew 12; Yearbook 12. BRENDA SUE DECKER "Brenda'' August 27, 1955 Registered Nurse College Prep. AV Crew 12; Bible Club 7-12; Cin-derbelles 11-12; Gym Assistant 10-12; Nurses Assistant 11; Library Assistant 7-12; Junior Choir 7-9; Senior Choir 10-12. ROBERT R. CURRY "Bob" February 6, 1955 Undecided VoTech D.E. Bible Club 7-8; Record Club 9; Press Club 10; Chess Club 11; Jr. Choir 8-9; Sr. Choir 10; Football Manager 10-12; Letter 10-12; Basketball Manager 10; Yearbook 12; Varsity Club 12.- MARY BELLE LENA DEVINE "Mary" March 28, 1955 Undecided Vo-Tech (Health Assistant) Bible Club 7; Girls Hobby Club 9; Lancers 9; FHA 10; Record Club 8 G 11; Senior Choir 11; Press Club 12. RICHARD CLAIR DYKE "Rick" October 27, 1953 Carpenter G Mill Worker Vo-Tech (Carpentry') SONJA JEAN DYKE "Sonia" February 15, 1955 Secretary Business Marching Band 7-11; jacket, pin, Jr. letter, Sr. 2 letters; Press Club 8-9; Language Club 9-10; Dance Band 8-12, letter, pin; Jr. Band 7- 8, letter; Sr. Band 9-12, letter, pin; Bible Club 7-8; GAA 10-12, letter; District Band 11, medal; FBLA 10-11, pin; Intermural Track 8,11; Track 8; Gym Show 8-10; Office Assistant 11-12; Yearbook Staff 12; Cheerleader 9; Intermural Volleyball 11; Bowling 11, Softball 8- 11; Newspaper Editor 12; District i Band 12. DEBRA LOUISE DUNN "Debbie" March 11, 1955 Music General Bible Club 9-11; Hobby Club 7-8; GAA Bowling 7, 11-12; Junior Choir 9; Senior Choir 10-12; Music Aid 11-12; Intermural Track 8. MARY CORA FALCONER "Mary" February' 14, 1955 Computer Programmer Vo-Tech (Data Processing) Sports Boosters 7-8, sweater; Vol- , leyball9-12; Bible Club 9-10; FBLA 10-12, pin; Basketball 10-12; Bowling 12; CAA 11-12; Track and Field 11-12, letter; Junior Choir 8-9; Softball 9-12; Guidance Assistant 10; Library Assistant 8-11; certificate, letter. STEVEN BRYAN EDSON "Steve" April 16, 1955 Medicine College Prep. Psychology' Club 8; Physics Club 9; French Club 10-11; Chess Club 11-12, Second Place All School Tournament 11; Debate Club 10; Thespians 12; All School Plays 9, 10,12; Football 8-9, letters 8, 9; Track 7-10, letter 9; Wrestling 7-9, letter 7-9, Undefeated 8, 9; Intermural Volleyball 11; Honor Society 12; May Court 9; Student Council 9, 12; Senior Class Secretary; Yearbook Staff, Editor 12; National Merit Scholarship Semifinalist; Who s Who in American High Schools 11-12. DEAN RAYMOND FERRIE "Fuzz" August 20, 1955 Undecided College Prep. Junior High Football 7-9; Senior High Football 9-12; letter 11-12; Junior High Track 7-9; Track Manager 10; Junior High Basketball 7-9; Senior High Basketball 9-12; Varsity Club 11-12; Volleyball. JERROLD R. FALCONER "Jerry" March 31, 1955 PA State Police Vo-Tech Record Club; Track 11-12; Wrestling Manager 11-12.no RAH .ONES GRIEB 'Debl C 3, 1955 Ecology College Prep. Lancers 8-12; treasurer 12; Volleyball 10-12: basketball 10-12, team captain 12; Softball 7-12; C.AA jacket; Girls Track 11-12; Yearbook Staff 12; Cinderbelles 12, jacket, certificate; Dance Club 11. MATTHEW U. FORD "Matt" April 9, 1955 Work in Oil Fields General Bible Club 7-11; Science Club 9-10. MARLA JEAN GROVES "Mar” May 30, 1955 Secretary Business Bible Club 7-8; Lancers 8-10, chevron certificate; FBLA 10-11; National Honor Society' 11-12; Thespians 12; Press Club 9, 12; Junior Choir 8; Senior Choir 12; Office Assistant 11-12; Newspaper Editor 12. ROBERT CARL GLOTZ "Moses" August 6, 1955 Heavy Construction General Wrestling 7, 8, 11; Gym Show 7, 9-10. twenty'-seven STEVEN ALLEN HARVEY "Harv" July 4, 1954 Vo-Agriculture Moto- Cross Varsity Club 10-12; Wrestling Manager 9-10, letter 9-10; Wrestling 8; Track 9,11-12; Key Club 9-10; president 10; FFA 9-12; FFA Convention 11. CATHLEEN SUE HALL "Cathy" April 19, 1955 Journalist College Prep. Girls' Hobby Club 7; Press Club 8; Spanish Club 9-10; Office Assistant 10; Prom Server 10; Prom Wall Committee 11; Thespians 11; Bowling 11; Intramural Volleyball 10-11. MICHAEL E. HOLLABAUGH "Mike" January 27, 1955 Marine Biology' College Prep. Record Club 7-8; Science Club 9-10; Chess Club 11; Basketball 7-8; Bowling 7-9; Track 7-12. BRADLEY PAUL HANSON "Brad" November 14, 1954 Uncle Sam GeneralJERRY ARNOLD JEWELL "Lover1' April 15, 1954 Undecided General Football 12; AV Crew 12; Varsity Club 12. CYNTHIA L. HORNER "Cindy" June 24, 1955 To Live and Have Fun CARL ALFRED JOHNSON "Swede" June 8, 1955 To Be A Success College Prep. Basketball 8-12, letter 12; Student Council 12; FFA 10-12, Secretary" 12; Class Secretary 9; Thespians 11-12; Spanish Club 10-12; Key Chib 10; Merrit's Who's Who In American High School Students 11; National Honor Society'' 11-12; Bible Club 8; Science Club 10; Volleyball 11-12. TERRY LEE HUNT "Terry" May 1, 1955 Undecided College Prep. Football 7, 9,10,12; Track 9; Record Club 10; Basketball 8-9.JANICE LOUISE KANE "Jan" June 20, 1955 College College Prep. National Honor Society 11-12; GAA 10-12; Lancers 9; Class Treasurer 9; Press Club 10; Bowling 11-12; Volleyball 11-12; Bible Club 9-10; Yearbook Staff 12. RICKY WARREN JONES "Muskrat" December 23, 1955 Forestry’ College Prep. Chess Club 10-12; Field and Stream Club 7-9; Wrestling 7-8, 10. GREGORY JAMES KELLER "Gregg" October 13, 1955 Sheet Metal Worker Genera] Bible Club 7-9; Wrestling 7-12; letter 10-11; Wrestling Club 11; varsity Club 10-12. VERYL LYNNE JONES "Hippo" March 7, 1955 College College Prep. Lancers 10-12, Board of Directors 12, chevrons, jacket; Cinderbelles 10-12, Board of Directors 10, Secretary 12, certificate, charm, letter, jacket; Marching Band 8-12, Jr., Sr. letters, pin, jacket; Concert Band 8-12, president 11; GAA 10-12, treasurer 12; Basketball 10; Bowling 9, 12; Track 9-12; Volleyball 11-12; Gym Show 9-10, 12; Softball 7-9; Girls Hobby Club 7; Bible Club 7-8; Yearbook Staff 12; Play 11-12; French Club 9-10; Student Council 8; Sophomore Homecoming Attendant; Thespians 11.ANTHONY JAMES LASCOLA "Crease" September 14, 1955 Mechanic General Football 8-10; library Assistant 8-9. SAM WARD KELLOGG "Twinkle ear" November 5, 1954 Undecided Vo. Ag. Wrestling 7-8; Varsity 9-12; Football 10; Varsity 11-12; Varsity Club 9-12; F.F.A. 9-12; Junior £ Senior Class President; Student Council 11-12; Homecoming Escort 9-10. DOUGLAS SCOTT LAWSON ''Floyd" April 14, 1955 Farming General Bible Club 7-8; F.F.A. 9-12; President 11; Treasurer 12; Wrestling 11-12; JV 11; Varsity 12. EDWARD ALAN KLARK "Ed" January 29, 1955 Undecided General thirty-oneBARBARA ANN LEWIS "Barb" July 17, 1955 Wife College Prep. DANIEL PAUL LEMMON "Dan" April 4, 1955 Mechanic Vo-Tech Honor Society 11-12; Varsity Club 10-12; Wrestling 9-11; Letter 10. CHRISTINE SUZANNE LINDELL "Chris" January 8, 1956 Nursing College Prep. Bible Club 7-12; Junior Choir 8-9; Senior Choir 10-11; Hobby Club 9, secretary; Nurse Assistant 11-12; AV Crew 12; Yearbook Staff 12; National Honor Society 11; treasurer 12. MARA LEVINSON "Mara" December 3, 1955 College College Prep. Cheerleading, Junior High 8; Junior Varsity 9; Varsity 10-12; Captain 11-12, jacket, pin, coat chevrons, necklace, 3 letters; Varsity Club 10-12, jacket; Sports Boosters 7-8, sweater; G. A. A. 10-12; Volleyball 10-12; Honor Society 11-12; Sophomore Class President; Student Council 9-12; F.T.A. 10; Yearbook 12; Cinderbelles 11-12, jacket certificate, charm; Public Relations Chairman; Thespians 11-12, All School Plays, Pep Club 12, Vice-President 12.RODNEY LEE LINDELL "Snuff" May 22, 1955 Mechanist Vo-Tech (Machine Shop) KIM MAXINE LINDELL "Kim" July 10, 1955 Nursing College Prep. Concert Band 7-12; Marching Band 7-12, jacket; Wrestling Scorekeep-er 10-12; GAA 10-12, letter, pin, jacket; Cinderbelles 12, treasurer, jacket; Yearbook Staff 12; Inter-mural Volleyball 8-12. CHESTER F. LOOMIS "Chet” January 1, 1954 Undecided General Wrestling 8; Bowling 10-12; Wrestling Club 11-12; Fire Crew 10-12; Key Club 10; Chess Club 11; Football 8; Gym Show 9. PATRICIA LEE UNDELL "Trish" July 31, 1955 Army Vo-Tech (Food Service) Hobby Club 7-9; Bible Club 10-11; Yearbook Staff 12; Junior Choir 9; Senior Choir 10.RICHARD LEE LOOMIS "Loney" January 26, 1955 Welder General Football 9; Record Club 9-11; Bible Club 10-11; Bowling 12. MICHAELS. LUVISON "Joe" March 15, 1955 Undecided College Prep. Football 7-12; Track 7-12; Basketball 7-11; Student Council 10-12; National Honor Society 31-12; Varsity Club 11-12; Class Treasurer 11. KENNETH L. LUNDMARK "Ken" August 14, 1954 Teacher College Prep. Chess Club 11-12; Bible Club 7-9; National Honor Society 11-12; Track 8; Basketball 7-9. DEBBIE LEE LYON “Debbie" February 26, 1955 Keypunch Operator Vo-Tech (Data Processing) Library Assistant 8; Press Club 8; Guidance Office Assistant 9; F, H.A. 9; F.B.L.A. (0-12, pin 10; G.A.A. 10; Volleyball 10.  SHARON MARTIN "Sharabone" September 11, 1954 Undecided General Bible Club 7-9; Choir 10-11; Yearbook Staff 12. CARRIE LOU MACK "C are" June 30, 1955 Undecided Business Bible Club 7-10; G.A.A.10-12; Press Club 12; Newspaper Editor 12; Yearbook 12; AV 12; Bowling 8-10; Bowling Trophy 10; Sports Boosters 7-9; Office Assistant 11-12. GARY WESLEY MATES "Gary11 December 21, 1954 Service or Truck Driver General Football 12. MICHAEL H. MANROSS "Mike" December 27, 1954 Undecided General Choir. thirty-fiveJOHN VEIjGOT MORTENSON "Mort" October 22, 1955 Farming Vocational Agriculture F.F.A. 9-12; Chaplin 11-12. THOMAS C. MAZZU "Maz" December 30, 1954 Service General Football 7-12; Track 9; Record Club 10. MARK WAYNE MORTON "Zick" August 16, 1955 F armer College Prep. Wrestling 10-12; Marching Band 8-12; Senior Band 8-J2; Track 9, 12; Dance Band 9, 12. MERLE HENRY MOORE ’’Merle" March 31, 1954 Art GeneralLINDA RAE NELSON "Lin" January 19, 1955 Licensed Practical Nurse Vo-Tech (Health Assistant) Lancers 9-10; F.T.A. 8-9; Record Club 11; Bible Club 10. JANIS ANNETTE OLSEN '•Stub" August 10, 1955 To Stay Happy Vo-Tech (D. E.) GAA 10-12, letter, pin, jacket; Bowling S-ll, trophies, 2nd 1st place 10-11, AJBC 1st place 11; Cheerleading Jr. High 8, jacket; Jr. Varsity 9-11, pin, bracelet, letter, charms; Varsity 12, chevron, jacket; Softball 8-12; Volleyball 11. tamm—mammDAVID LAWRENCE PRATT "Dave" March 4, 1954 Trade School General FFA 12; Field and Stream 7-9; Bible Club 7-8. RAYMOND JOEL PARKER "Lurch" November 27, 1954 Forestry' College Prep. Varsity Club 10-12; Football 7-12, letters 10-12; Wrestling 9-12, letters 11-12; Track 7-12, letters 11-12. RALPH ROBERT PRATZ "Ralph" November 14, 1955 To Enjoy Myself General Bowling 11-12. VICKI ANN PETERS "Vicki" April 26, 1955 Secretary Business Bible Club 7; Sports Boosters 8-9; FBLA 10-11, vice president 10, secretary-treasurer 11, pin; Yearbook Staff 12; Press Club 12; Office Assistant 11-12; Business Office Assistant 10-12.HOBART MATTHEW SANDERS ,fHobe" July 26, 1955 Undecided Vo-Ag Football 7-12. SHERRY LYNN REIST "Sherry" May 30, 1955 Undecided General Bible Club 7-10; Sports Boosters 8; GAA 11-12; Bowling 11-12; Lancers 9; Press Club 9. thirty-nine STEPHEN P. SANDERS "Steve" February 10, 1955 Farmer College Prep. Basketball 7-9: Track 7-9; Football 7-12. LUCILLE EDITH ROLLINGER "Lucy" March 7, 1955 Happy and Successful Life Vo-Tecli (Distributive Ed. ) Bible Club 10-11; Library Assistant 7; Choir 9-10; AV Crew 12; Hobby Club 7-9.| LYNN A. SHEPHERD 4 "Lynn" June 17, 1955 I Teacher of English Literature j College Prep. Ig.A'A. 10-12; letter, pin, jacket, certificate; Bowling 7-12; tro- iphy 7-11, JABC; Champs 10; JAJBC Christmas Champs 11; Bowling Manager 12; Bowling Captain 12; Volleyball 11-12; Choir 11-12; I Christmas Concert 11-12; Bac-| cal aureate Concert 11; Com-Imcncement Program 11; Bac-f cal aureate Program 11; Lancers 17-11; Chevrons, jacket; Flag • Bearer 9-11; Yearbook 12;F.T.A. 9-10; Press Club 9; Vice Presi-dent 12; Honor Society 12; Stu-dent Council 9; Prom Committee CECELIA A. SCHUMANN "Schumann" August 3, 1955 Art General Color Guard 8; G. A. A. 10-12; Bowling 10-12; Girls Track 7-10; Gym Show 9, 10,12; Choir 10-11; Volleyball 9; G.A.A. Track 7-12; Yearbook 12. ■ PATRICK H. SISK "Pat" August 4, 1955 Hotel Management Vo-Tech (Food Service) Bible Club; Football. DAVID VANCE SHAG LA "Bear" December 4, 1955 Pennsylvania State Police College Prep. Bible 7-12; Field G Stream 7-8; Amateur Radio 12; Bowling 11-12; Volleyball 11; Eisenhower High School Official Billboard Arranger 7-12. ■» ROBERT N. SPENCER "Bob" June 9, 1955 Undecided Vo- Ag. FFA 9-10,12; Wrestling 11. CYNTHIA ANN SNYDER "Cin" May 10, 1955 Nursing College Prep. C.A.A. 11-12; Sr. Choir 10-11; Yearbook 12. PETER JAY SPENCER "A1 Capone" June 16, 1954 Undecided General Varsity Club; Wrestling 7-12; Gym Show 7, 9,10. LARRY LEROY STANTON July 8, 1954 Agriculture College Prep. Field Stream 7-9; F.F. A. 9-12; Honor Society 11. v s'- vV KENNETH CARL STEWART "Ken" November 11, 1954 Auto work General Track 10. LAURA JEAN SWANSON "Laura" March 6, 1955 College College Prep. Girls Track 9,12; 100 mile club; Intermural Volleyball 12; Intramural Basketball 12; Bowling 8-12; GAA 12; Thespians 11; Plays 11-12; Jr. Band 7-8; Jr. District Band 8-9; Sr. District Band 10; Sr. Band 8-12; Marching Band 8-12, letter, jacket. LORRAINE ELAINE STEWART "Sparky' March 29, 1955 Private Secretary Business Cheerleading Junior High 8; JV 9-10; Varsity 11-12, jacket, pin, bracelet, 2 letters, coat, chevrons; Bible Club 7-9; Guidance Assistant 7- 9; Sports Boosters 8-9; Gym Show 8- 10; Press Club 12; Yearbook Staff 12; Junior Class Vice President; Pep Club 12; National Honor Society 11-12; Student Council treasurer 11; Homecoming Attendant 11, Queen 12. ROBERT PERRY THELIN "Bob" May 18, 1955 Undecided College Prep. Student Council 7-11, vice president 11; National Honor Society 11-12; Key Club 10; Varsity Club 10-12; Football 7-12, letters 10,11,12; Basketball 8-11; Track 8-12, let-CORA LEE RAE UTEGG •tpn April 30, 1955 Medical Secretary College Prep. National Honor Society 11-12: FT A 8-10. 1 V RICHARD THORPE "Richie Allen" November 12, 1955 Undecided Vo-Ag. FFA 9-12. THOMAS JAMES WALKER "Tom" November 3, 1955 Pseudopistomatic Corn Husker College Prep. Track 7-12; Student Council 10-12; Varsity Club 11-12, co-president 12; Intramural Volleyball 10-12. ALFRED DWIGHT TROUTMAN "Al" March 26, 1955 Undecided College Prep. Basketball 8-9; Chess Club 9-12. . forty-threeCARMEN ANNA WILCOX "Carm" May 9, 1955 College College Prep. Cinderbelles 12; Honor Society Ilia , Volleyball 10-12; G.A.A. 10-12; Bible Club 7-12; Band 8-9; Choir 9,11; Softball 7; Hobby Club 8; Intramural Basketball 12; Office Assistant 12. WILLARD R. WEATHER BY "Bird" April 22, 1955 Bum Around Vo-Tech (Auto Mechanics) FFA 9-12. JOHN RALPH WILLIAMS "John" February 22, 1955 Agriculture Vo. Ag. Vo. Ag. 9-12; Field £ Stream 8; Wrestling 12. BARBARA LYNN WHITE "Barb" December 21, 1955 Undecided Home Economics Bible Club 8-12; FHA 7-8; Senior Choir 12; Library Assistant 9-10.PAUL RUSSELL YESKEY "Paul" September 15, 1955 Truck Driver General Field and Stream 8-10; Conservation 11. CHERYL ANN WILSON "Cheryl" October 5, 1955 Accountant Business Bible Club 9; F.B.L. A. Treas. 10; Pres. 11, pin 10; Press Club 12; Honor Society 11-12; Yearbook 12, Secretary; Office Assistant 11-12; Business Office Assistant 10-12. Pictures Unavailable: Rick Diethrick Tom Gertsch Mike McCullough James Morgan Steve Sherry KATHLEEN M. WRIGHT "Kathy” September 29, 1954 Health Worker General Vo-Tech Hobby Club 10; Bible Club 9; Record Club 11, Secret ary; Sr. Choir 11-12; Lancers 10; Nurses Assistant 9-12; Office Assistant 11-12. forty'-fiveBiggest Flirt V Most Musical A Silliest A Most Ambitious Biggest Eaters forty-sevenMost Likely To Succeed AMost School Spirit Class Hotrod A Most T alkative V Best Personality Best Student A forty-nineSleepiest A Best Mannered V 4 Friendliest Most Subbom A Most Artistic AMost Freckled A Most Mischievous A Best Natured fifty-oneWho can forget those first few wonderful days when you start high school? Life seems to move at a faster pace than before and life is somehow and unexplainably more exciting. Your days are filled with experiences shared with close friends and with homework (but not too much!). But the years rush by, and suddenly the six years of high school (which seemed like an eternity in seventh grade) have swept by you. And there you stand--a senior who is about to graduate. You realize that this very special part of your life--what some consider the best years of your life--has come to an end.Rodney Abbey Class Of 74 Wendy Allen Linda Anderson Rodney Anderson Doug Audley, V. Pres.; John L. Johnson, Treas.; Madeline Southwell, Sec.; Robert Williams, Pres. Rickey Arthur Sally Beedle Douglas Audley Diedra Benson Stephen Bauer Rodney Biekark Marcie Black Kathleen Bloomgren Deborah Blair Karen Bloomgren Winifred Block David Bosko Elaine Brown Lorreta Bruneze Keith Bundy Diana Burch Thomas Braley James Burch Darla Brecht Brenda Burnett Patsy Brooks Susan Bush fifty-threeDiana Cable Kathy Custer Dudley Cable Crystal Dalrymple Kevin Cable Randy Davis Deborah Case T erry Davis Kathy Chapman Sharon Dow Layne Christensen Richard Driscoll Carol Coffarro Daniel Drum Richard Consla Gary English Luanne Falconer Kristi Haupt Bradely Folts Roger Hayes Connie Frahxn Sherri Himes Robin Gage Cynthia Holden Wayne Gruber Garry Holt Sally Hanson Cathlene Hosier Helen Hardy Grace Hunzinger Randy Harvey Kathern Jackson Cathy Jenkins Jeffery Landin John Johnson Mark Landin Robert Johnson Deborah Lank Susan Johnson Edith Larson Robin Jones Beth Laufenburger Wendy Kanarr Jay Iindell Jeffery Keller Joyce Lindell Joan Knapp Deborah LindseyIrene Lord Darlene Miller Jed Lundmark Duanne Momingstar Gregory Mangini April Morse Jeffery Mangini Mary Mortenson Lucinda Marsh Donald Nelson Robert Martin Bonnie Newark Jeanne McLaughlin Karen Nosel Pamela Merkle Kathleen Olds Junior Bob Johnson sits on a stairway rail and looks out at the horizon. Shirley Parks Jeffery Sanders Brenda Phillips Sharill Sanders Deborah Riggle Guy Schultz William Rollinger Shelly Shaffer Maragret Skinner Susan Storms Maggie Southwell Dean Swanson Sandra Spelling Lorraine Thompson Joel Spencer Mark Thompson Rachel Stanton Pamela Tidrick Marcia Stoswoiski Rhonda Trawick Kenny Steber Dane Wadsworth Luanne Stockton Sandra Walker fifty-fiveBrian White Junior Guy Schultz discusses strategy with assistant football coach Dunbar. Pricilla Yeskey Robert Williams Edwin Young Merle Woodin Kenya Younie Absent: Craig Briggs Vernon Edwards Ronald Hollabaugh Denise Kemery Janice King Edward Clark Ruth Lawson Barbara Lemmon Davey Lester Joseph Litzinger Daniel Lyon Annette Mirncee Patricia Seleni Marilyn Smith Dennis Vibbert Ronald Wilson Robin Younie Winnie Block checks Mr. Bacchetti's gradebook and finds she's not failing after all.Class Of 75 Yvonne Abbey Beth Abbott Mina Abbott Cathy Akeley Wendy Akeley Wayne Anderson Jeffery Anderson Donna Avellino Linda Anderson Paul Barnes Nick Brunecz, V. Pres.; Anne Brown, Sec.; Julie Martin, Treas.; Steve Saftden, Pres. Pamela Baxter George Belin Daniel Beedle William Biekarck Evelyn Belin Willo Birt Steven Brecht Anne Brown Thersa Brown Nickolas Brunecz Vivian Borland William Burd Craig Branstrom Rebecca Button Ashley Brant Ian Campbell fifty-sevenMary Carlberg Karen Clark Cynthia Carlson Mark Clark Karen Carlson Sandy Clark Rick Carlson Homer Condron Lynda Carlstrom Grant Comes Dana Cathcart Maryetta Couse Alton Chase Jay Curtis David Clark Craig Dahler Julie Darts Richard Gage Shawn Decker Donna Glotz Elaine Edgren Paul Gourley Edith Falconer Robert Grant Cathie Fehlman Anita Gregory Brian Fisk Rebecca Grieb Karen Flasher Dean Groves Kendra Frazier Cynthia Gruber Rebecca Hale Richard Hutley Jeff Head David Johnson Marilyn Hinsdale Scott Johnson Jody Hodges Kendra Jones Melinda Hodges Richard Giordon Donald Hulihan Robert Kitchel Kim Hunt Carol Knisley Leslie Hunzinger William KnisleyJerry Pangborn EM fifty-nine Kent Landin Brian Lindquist Holly Langford MeJia Moore David Nuttal 1 Dennis Schwone Sharon Perrin CJenn Repine Kathy Repine Kenneth Loomis Joseph Lascola Deborah Repine Richard Schmitt Louanne Loomis Richard Lauffenburger Virginia Lundberg Homer Lindell Roxanne Lyon Roxanne Morse Scott Lindell Polly Mangini Sherry A. Lindell Cheryl Manross The language lab's carrels are no barrier to communication for sophomore Gail Resh Dennis Maze Gale Resh Barbara Peterson Jeffrey Riggle Cynthia Peterson Sherilyn Rollinger Thomas Pratz Stephen Sanden obert Reist Steven Rutsky Tim McFarland Julia Morton Douglas Moore Glenn Nelson Kurt Martin Paul MoravekTeresa Shaffer Kevin Thorpe Linda Spade Laurie Shepherd Flora Spencer Daniel Skinner Philip Spencer Michael Smith Randall Spencer Scott Smith Michael Spicer Thomas Smith Daniel Stewart Sally Sopher Janice Stewart Rosalie Southwell Dart Summerson Sophomore Les Hunzinger studies his opponent's face as he makes his move. ABSENT: James Anderson Cheryl Berg Sally Eggleston Richard Giordon Klint Haight George Kline Miranda Legere Beverly Pizer Saundra Scott Cynthia Warner Dennis Tingue Thomas Watson Elizabeth Troxell Robin Webster Richard Turner John Williams Larry Tutmaher Boyd Wilson Sidney VanOrd Melody Wright Steven VanOrd Eugene Yoder Richard Walker Robert ZobristCharlene Jones May 6, 1957 - August 18, 1972 Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Howard B. Jones When I Must £eave Of" When I must leave you for a little while -Please do not grieve and shed wild tears And hug your sorrow to you through the years. But start out bravely with a gallant smile; And for my sake and in my name Live on and do all things the same. Feed not your loneliness on empty days. But fill each waking hour in useful ways. Reach out your hand in comfort and in cheer And I in turn will comfort you and hold you near; And never, never be afraid to die. For I am waiting for you in the sky! HELEN STEINER RICE sixty-oneClass Of 76 Sean Abbott Becky Anderson Carla Anderson Terri Anderson William Anderson Kris Bailey Denise Arp Ella Barrett Diane Avellino Stephanie Bauer Shelley Ristau, treas., Lee Riley, sec'y, Larry Schultz, pres., Darlene Marsh, v. pres. Dennis Beedle David Biekarck Daniel Berg Dixie Blair Jean Bergstrom Darryl Bloomgren Nadean Brown Paul Bryan Robert Buck Connie Bundy Stephen Braley Jeffery Burch Denise Brecht Sharon Burch Cathleen Briggs Kathleen BurdBruce Cable Phillip Dyke Timothy Courtney Catherine Campbell Vicki Crissman Joy Chase Gaylan Critzer Vemer Christian Melvin Custer Mark Clark Bradley Dalrymple Pamela Clark Tammy Darr Susan Collins Michael Donaldson Lois Consla Dale Drum Gale Frahm Julie Easton Robert Franklin Rozella Edward William Glotz Dennis Falconer Gordan Godden Keith Falconer Denise Grant Laural Falconer Lloyd Gray James Fleming Burdette Gregory Lisa Fox Stephen Haner Jerry Hanson Brian Hosier Pamela Hanson Timothy Huber Kevin Haupt Daniel Johnson Janet Hepler Darlene Jones Larry Himes Judy Jones George Hitchcock T errance Jones Douglas Hollabaugh Virgina Jones Carl Homstrom Karen Kane sixty-threeDonald Landin Julie Loomis Timothy Lester Todd Loomis Beverly Lewis Martin Lundmark Bren Lindell David Luther Jake Lindell Wendy Managini Karen Lindell Darlene Marsh Timothy Lindell Bonnie Martin Bryan Lohnes Christine Martin Mark Matthews Jack Miller Dana Matve Thomas Miller Joyce McIntyre Mike Morgan Mary McMillen Nora Morton Pam Melquist Claudia Murphey Cassandra Merkle Geri Neese Brenda Miller Robert Olds Georgia Miller James Olsen Tamre Onink Randy Rickerson Marlene Osborne Charllotte Riel Debra Perrin Lee Riley Wendy Peters Michelle Ristau Joseph Peterson Thomas Ristau Kevin Peterson Kathy Rodgers Brenda Pratz Lynn Sanden Timothy Quiggle Karen SandersDonna Savko Dean Stanton Lawrence Schultz Mark Stanton Boyd Shaffer Arthur Stewart Amy Smith Gary Stoddard Elaine Smith Kevin Stover Karen Smith Dean Sumner Pamela Smith Arden Sullivan Albert Snyder Charles Swanson Freshman Dale Drum ponders an algebra problem in Miss Perry's class. Dawn Thompson Dale Uber Kathleen Troutman Terry Sweeney Randall Tumer Absent: Lorin Brooks Joseph Cataldo Richard Crissman Kent Diethrick Gary Elberg Jeffery Frank David Grow Evelyn Kibbely Jack Larson R. Lauffenburger Julie Lindell Kevin Martin James McMahon Kevin Retterer Laurene Smith Patricia Stewart Leroy Utegg Gwen Woodin Jamison Yoder Mark VanOrd Laurie Wright Ronald Vibbert Debra Wrobleski Lee Vinton Benjamin Yeagle Thomas Wade Kevin Yeversky Darcy Walker Ronald Zuck Debra Wilson Jeffrey King Donna Wilson Cheryl Kitchel Chris Wright Edward Kuzminski sixty-fiveClass Of 77 Cynthia Abbey Timothy Abbey Melissa Agnew William Allen Frank Avellino Dale Bennett Diana Barrett Ronald Benson Cindi Baxter Laurie Berg Ron Benson, treas., Sara Beyeler, vice pres., Kim Summerson, pres., Cayne Lindell, sec't. Steve Cable Susan Carlberg Janice Carlson Kris Carlson Brian Brennen Harold Caruso Andrew Brunecz Randy Case Leeanne Burch Bob ChaseSteve Clark Michael Decker Larry Condron Robert Decker Kathleen Cochrane Alvin DeRemer William Cochrane Rosalind DeRemer James Craig David DeVore Laurie Craker Darlene Drum Timothy Critzer Michelle Dunham Todd Curtis Richard Eaton Robert Eaton Gregory Folts Judith Eckert Eric Forsgren Susan Edson Joseph Frangione Joseph Edwards James Frank James Embrey Veronica Fredericks Randal English Pamela Garris Sandra Falconer Andrew Giordon Larry Fisher Darlene Glotz Steven Grant Jeri Holt Julie Grow Mark Hook Sandra Hagberg Kim Howard Brian Hall Kristin Hunzinger Cheryl Hanson Gregory Hutchinson Larry Hildum Robert Hutley Janice Hodges Dan Johnson Timothy Holden Joyce Johnson sixty-sevenLynn Jones Robert Little Kathy Joy Larry Lookenhouse Lisa Kanarr Amy Lundberg Mark Knopf Diane Luther Susan Landin Thomas Luvison Mark Lascola Melinda Manelick Sue Lester Patty Mangini Cayne Lindell George Martin Judy Martin Bert Moyer Linda Mazzu Jeffrey Nelson Dale McIntyre Janet Osborne Rhonda McIntyre Stacy Parks William Miller Mark Perrin Julie Moore Caroline Peters Jill Morelli Robert Peterson Martin Morse Barbara Philli Julie Phillips Cheryl Rodgers Jackie Phinney Vicki Rosendahl Suzanne Porter Lynette Rowley David Pudder Christina Ruiz Timothy Reist Randal Rutsky Bruce Repine Karen Sanden Bonnie Riel Jodi Sanders Susan Roberts Lorren Sanders Vicki Savko Karla Smith Joseph Schmitt Tom Smith John Schwanke Julie Sopher Susan Shepherd Ronald Spear Judy Sisk Phillip Spelling Allen Smith Cindy Staswoiski Dale Smith Mark Steber Earl Smith Kevin Stewart Absentees: Katherine Grieb Tim Holden Ruth Knisley Andrew Mager Robert May Patsy Nelson Melanie Smith Cindy Thompson Priscilla Troxell Diana Westfall Robin Valone Nancy White David Vibbert Dennis Whitton Darlene Wadsworth Robert Wilson Sandra Warner Randall York Thomas Webster David Young Donald Welch Tamara Younie Jack Wells Kellie Zuck 5 sixty-nineClass Of 78 Cindy Akeley Kent Alcorn John Almendinger Jay Anderson Wayne Anderson Donna Baccus Rory Arp Scott Bauer James Arthur Lori Baxter Pres. Paul Schultz; Vice-Pres. Tracy Thompson; Secretary John Neese; Treasurer Karen Cable. Judy Beck Linda Briggs Floyd Black William Brooks Richard Borland Roger Brown Karen Cable Loren Cable Patricia Campbell Craig Carlson Timothy Brown Donald Carlson William Brunecz Rebecca Carlson Diana Button Andy CarterMark Cataldo Gilbert Dahler Laurie Chase Curtis Dalrymple Sherry Christensen Carol D'Augustine Shirley Christensen Eric Donaldson Sara Condron Janice Dow Kevin Coveil Wendy Durlin Timothy Cowan Jeffrey Dumell Kimberly Coy Charles Eckert Beth Edwards Dale Harkins Sam Frangione Raymond Embrey Robert Frederick Ann Ewer Maryann Giordano Sherry Faust Daniel Giordon Delores Fisher Andrea Glotz Robert Fleming Ronald Glotz Lori Fox Laura Godden Linda Foxx Victoria Grieb Tracy Hunzinger Steven Haupt Douglas Jackson Carl Hepler Richard Jennings Julie Himes Bradley Johnson David Hitchcock Chris Johnson Jeffrey Holt Mark Johnson Michael Horn Strom Angela Jones Sandra Hotchkiss Thomas Jones seventy-oneJill Jordon Paul Landin Nathan Kanarr Neal Lassinger Kim Keller Jan Legere Daniel King Janice Lester Steven King Daniel Lewis Christopher Knash Lee Landmark Laurie Knash Leslie Lyons Kathryn Kummer Maureen Mager Peter Mangini Mike Morine Irene Martin Douglas Morton Larry McMillan Christopher Murphey Daniel Means John Neese Teri Means Janice Nelson Rhonda Moore Rita Nelson Ronald Moore Jenifer Peterson Jeffrey Morgan Lori Peterson Sue Ann Peterson Louis Rivett Joye Pick Judith Rodgers Debra Pratz Victor Rodgers William Rankin Edwin Rollinger Randy Ransom Jose Ruiz Julie Rapp Mari Sanders Linda Riest Sandra Schnars Tawny Repine James SchrecongostPaul Schultz Debra Spade Margie Shaffer Randall Spelling Debra Skinner Susan Stewart Debra Smith Darryl Stebell Kirk Smith Lora Stoddard Mary Smith Marjorie Stoddard Scott Smith Fred Strickland Pamela Sopher Carole Sullivan Kenneth Sumner Doug Thompson Harry Suppa Stephen Thompson Craig Swanson Tracy Thompson Scott Sweeny Lori Tutmaher Debra Switzer Frederick Utegg Michael Tenny Absent: Thomas Case Ronald Chamberlain David Grahm Dale Johnson Brenda Lusk Rhonda Morse Linda Smith Toby Spelling James Thompson Timothy Wallace Dwight Work Richard VanOrd Michael Williams Timothy Voty Bradley Winans Lamont Wenzel Martha Yoder Scott Wenzel Jeffrey Youngberg Paula White Mark Zajac Patricia Wilcox Jamie Zalek Ronald Wilkins Michael Zimmerman Mary Williams Cynthia Zobrist seventy-threeFaculty is not liking kids. Faculty is loving kids. Faculty is pink slipping a kid and hating it. Faculty is pink slipping a kid and loving it. Faculty is spending a whole class period in English on Shakespeare. Faculty is feeling worn out at 3:15. Faculty is having a picture of Raquel Welch on their bulletin board. Faculty is having a computer but wishing it was their brain, not the computer. Faculty is makinggirls disect frogs. Faculty is loafing in the teachers' lounge. Faculty is making kids take showers for their own good. Faculty is feeling Eisenhowers students are pampered. Faculty is giving what you have for others. Faculty is trying to extablish mutual respect. Faculty is being trusted. Mr. Ralph Brown Principal My congratulations to the LANCE staff and advisor upon the completion of a tremendous undertaking. It is a noteworthy accomplishment. There is something about yearbooks that holds a fascination for most of us, young and not-so-young. The columns of familiar faces remind us of good friendships and pleasant times together. The sentimental ditties we write to one another say something about ourselves, and therefore are cherished. The record of our achievements, the accounts of our failures--all tell a story about who we all once were. A yearbook is an honest backward look at ourselves and it is important to be able to look back, for sometimes in looking back we may better determine the direction we are going. Ralph Brown Principalr Mr. John Neese Assistant Principal In the years ahead you will be confronted by the many challenges and responsibilities our modern world demands. This task requires mature, responsible adults. We have tried to foster this responsibility in you by giving you responsibility; I think we have succeeded. It is my sincere belief that your experiences here at Eisenhower will enable you to deal successfully with many, if not all, of the difficulties you will encounter. I know you will do well. Good luck and best wishes to the graduating class of 1973. May you find love and sincerity in your futures. Thank-you for sharing a part of your lives with me. Respectfully, J. M. Neese Vice Principal seventy-sevenMR. ROBERT BACCHETTI Chemistry, Physics Rensselaer Poltechnic Institute B. S. Activity: Chess Club Gus, the side-poking chemistry teacher is famous for his "extra two points" given on tests for football games. What's so great about the Buffalo Bill's anyway. MRS. GWENDOLYN BURGETT Social Studies Edinboro State College B. S. If there was a school spirit fanatic.. .rah'.rah'. You better be hot because "it's colder than a polar bear's kiss. " MR. JAMES CASLER Eastern Nazarene College, B. S. Music Activities: Jr. and Sr. Choir, Guitar Class, German, Record Club, German Club. A touch of German humor, mixed with gentle harmony sparks his life thus in turn he touches his students with his happiness. MR. ALAN BEAN Social Studies Edinboro State College Activity: Assistant Wrestling Coach The karate expert of our place; he still acts as quiet and kind as a lamb. MR. RAYMOND CAREY Penn State University, B. S. Agricultural Education Activity: F.F.A. Between the cows and the oranges what does he have time for? He gives a great banquet. MR. JOHN BRUNECZ B. S. and M. Ed. Mathematics Edinboro State College Advanced Mathematics, Logic Activities: Sr. Class Advisor, Thespians He is jolly and kind of reminds you of a brilliant Santa. Watch out for his rook or "Knight!" MR. ROBERT H. CARBERRY Clarion State College B. S. Edinboro State College M. Ed. Science Department Head Activities: Science Club, Golf Club. What's good for dinner? He'll tell you. He has great student teachers too. MR. CLAIR CABLE Special Education Master of Art Degree Secondary Education Patience and kindness are his virtues. It's good to know there are still men that are tuned into the needs of mankind. MR. PATRICK BLACK B.S. and M. Ed. Mathematics Edinboro State College Mathematics Department Head Watch out for his "strikes. "He has to be the fairest and greatest'. Noted for enthusiasm in Student Council.MR. THEODORE DORRION Clarion State College B. S. Edinboro State College M. Ed. English English Department Head Violent when angry, sincere when he's a friend, but tease. MR. JOSEPH CROSSEN Gannon College B.A. Edinboro State College M. Ed. Reading He reads into the Junior homeroom always a big "Love Story" as he recalled what happend. How's your shapely lawyer? MRS. SHARON CROSSEN Point Park College Edinboro State College B. S. in English English Activity: National Honor Society She always has "Honor"-able intentions in all her youthful ways. MR. J. DENNIS ENGSTROM Upsala College, A.B. English and Speech Activities: Head Track Coach, Ass't. Football Coach, Cinderbelles Extremely dynamic and outgoing. Track is his season. "Uncle Enk wants you." MR. LARRY D. CONRAD Indiana University of PA B. S. Vocational Education Department Head Business Education Activity: Press Club This Knight in shining armor puts out many business students each year and A SQUIRE each month. MR. JAMES FALVO Robert Morris College B. S. Business Education Activities: Ass't Football Coach, Pep Club, Eighth Grade Class Advisor He may keep his word on some things . . . but never his diet. MR. RONALD DUNBAR Social Studies Edinboro State College Activities: Head Basketball Coach, Ass't Football Coach. His room is always intriguing with quotes on the board, and basketball players around his desk His logic never ceases to amaze us. MR. LEE CROWTHERS Califormia State College, B.S. Industrial Arts Activity: A. V. Club, Radio Club His is the easy going, electronically minded teacher in our world at E. H. S. MR. THOMAS FIRTH Boys' Phys, Ed. and Health Slippery Rock State College B. S. Phys. Ed. Department Head Activity: Head Football Coach "Tiny Tom" is both fearful and gentle to his football players. Crimson faced in Health class.MR. BUDD NEIDIG Drivers Education Slippery Rock State College B.S. We make him nervous when we get behind the wheel; when you say Bud, you've said it all. MR. HERRY HOFFMAN Mathematics Edinboro State College Activities: Jr. High Track Coach MR. ALLEN NORTON J.D. isagreatguy; involved with Cinderbelles. Social Studies Indiana University of PA. Activity: Assistant Football Coach He is always interesting; Varsity Club keeps him a-live; wanted to do something "funny" not "violent" for initiations. MR. ROBERT HUNT Edinboro State College B.S. Spanish Activities: Ass't Basketball Coach, Spanish Club. He is always laughing; feared for his knowledge of Karate; wears blue suede shoes. MR. THEODORE D. HEDMAN Edinboro State College Art Activities: Basketball Coach, Art Club He is an excellent artist; sometimes impatient; basketball players around his desk. MR. ROBERT GLARNER B.A. in Ed. Penn State M. Ed. in Secondary Ed. Penn State Ph. D. in Guidance, University of Wyoming He always seems to be busy; always ready to help us; fantastic sense of humor. MRS. LUCILLE LEATHERS Girl's Phys Ed. Oberlin College B.A. Activities: G.A.A., Girls' Track, Girls' Intramural Basketball and Volleyball, Girls' Bowling. "Don't forget to take your showers girls." Always ready to help; must get to her class on time. MRS. CARMEN LIVEZEY Taylor University B.S. Latin and English Activity: Bible Club She always wears a friendly smile. MR. HARRIS LANZEL Music Education, B. S. Graduate Work at Northwestern U. Mansfield State College Music Master in Musical Education Activities: Instrumental Instructor. He made our marching band respected; an asset to the music department.MISS NATALIE PERRY Mathematics California State College B.S. "She is the best dressed woman teacher. " (the first one to wear pants to school); believes strongly in what she believes. MR. RICHARD RITTER Biology, Science Survey Washington-Jefferson College B.A. in Biology Activity: Photography Club "He's a real nice guy with a good sense of humor; his room smells of formaldehyde." MRS. PAULENE SCHMIDT Indiana University of Pa. Penn State B. S., M.Ed. Guidance Counselor "She helps us plan our future with tests, grades, pamphlets, and advise. Thank you, Mrs. Schmidt." MRS. MARY SCHORMAN Millard Fillmore School of Nursing R.N. Edinboro State College B.S. "Always has a warm smile; she's good for what ails you." MR. RICHARD ROLLS Social Studies Manfield State College B.S. "Don't walk the halls without a pass when he's around; owns an orange vet." MRS. PAULINE NORTON Clarion State College B. S. Penn State M.Ed. English Activities: Yearbook, FTA "One of the most dedicated teachers in the whole school--completely involved with the yearbook; remembered as a good teacher." MR. ANTHONY ROSS Phys. Ed. and Health Kent State University Activitiy: Head Wrestling Coach. "A nice guy who is always willing to help. He was missed the second semester." MRS. JEAN ROLLS Mansfield State College, B.S. Home Economics "She is 'neat as a pin'; insists on orderly manners; right is right and wrong is wrong!" MISS MABEL REESE Seattle Pacific College B.S. Clarion State College Librarian Acitvity: Bible Club "Always willing to explain anything about the library (shh! Quiet)."MR. SOLOMON SHEPLER California State College, B.S. Industrial Arts Activity: Girl's Hobby Club "He's quiet and polite, sort of an introvert." MR. WILLIAM WILSON Social Studies Gannon College B.A. Activity: Girls' Basketball Coach "A favorite with the girls' basketball team; a nice guy once you know him." MRS. CHARLOTTE SIEFERT Penn State University Home Economics Activity: F. H. A. "Always willing to help us with our dresses, cooking, and anything else that we need help with." MR. ALLEN BROWN East Stroudsburg State College Phys. Ed. and Health Activity: Asst. Wrestling Coach "A dynamic teacher, known for his phrases; (Out of hand; Treemendous!) MRS. LYNNE WILTSIE Lock Haven State College B.S. English Activity: Lancer Advisor "A teacher you can tell your troubles to; she knows what is going through your mind." MR. MICHAEL SCHULTZ Lock Haven State College B.S. Graduate Studies St. Bonaventure, Bucknell University, Temple University, University de T oulouse French "A jolly fellow; his diet seems to be working; likes to confuse people with their own words and tells stories about his visit to France." MRS. PAULA BLAIR Business Education Indiane State College B.A. "She's considerate, known for explaining details." MR. ROBERT SWANSON Science Slippery Rock College B. S. Antioch College M. S. T. Activities; Outdoor and Conservation Club. "He has a soft spot in his heart for the Ecolab; willing to help you in science if you need it." MRS. BARBARA SPETZ Eastern Nazarence College B.A. English Activity: Cheerleaders Advisor "Cheerleaders keep her busy, extremely nice, knows responsiblity." MR. WILLIAM SHERWOOD Science Edinboro State College B.S. Activity: Asst. Basketball Coach "He's known as a great basketball coach, seems to have a good deal of patience."Mrs. June Joy Library (IMC) Mr. Thcron Steffan Student teacher—Science Edinboro State College B.S. Mrs. Jan Wilcox Teachers1 aide Mr. William Jeeves Student teacher—Science Edinboro State College B.S. Mr. Lewis Kirpatrick Student teacher—Social Studies Edinboro State College B.S. Mrs. Virginia Lindquist Secretary High School Office Mrs. Jeanne Machemer Secretary Guidance Office Mrs. Valerie Craker Secretary and Central Treasurer High School Office Mrs. Faye MCInturff Math Teacher's aide Mrs. Arlene Williams Teacher Aide Mrs. Ella Chase Art Teacher's Aide Mrs. Frances Williams Library (IMC) Mrs. Edna Durlin Secretary Library' (IMC)4tWarren County School District Board of Directors SEATED—LEFT TO RIGHT: Howard A. Thompson, Superintendent of Schools; Melvin G. Keller, President of Board; Henry S. Petersen, Vice-President of Board; R. Pierson Eaton, Solicitor, STANDING— LEFT TO RIGHT: Charles R. Beck; William A, Hollister, Member: Congratulations! With the receipt of your high school diploma, you have successfully completed the first challenge that society has given you to complete. You have completed that challenge because you believe in yourself. Back of every great civilization, behind all of the power and wealth, is something as powerful as it is substantial; a set of ideas, attitudes and convictions, and the confidence that those ideas and convictions are workable. No nation can achieve greatness unless it believes in something, and unless that something has the moral dimensions to sustain a great civilization. If the light of KarlH. Hoffman, Member; Robert S. Johnson, Member; Myron E. Jewell, Member; James W. Pearson, Member; Ronnie D. Weller, Member; John E. Eberly, Member; William M. Hill, Solicitor. our belief flickers out, then all the productive capacity and all the know how and all the power of our nation will be as nothing. Now that you are graduated, you once more have been presented a challenge. That challenge is to believe in yourself and your nation to the degree that this country will be a better country because you are here. HOWARD A. THOMPSON SUPERINTENDENT OF SCHOOLS WARREN COUNTY SCHOOL DISTRICTSugar Grove Bus Drivers LEFT TO RIGHT: Joe Rutsky, Claude Crosby, LuellaBraley, Joan Meredith, Jannice Shaffer, Doris Kellogg, Floyd Robins, Susie Lindell, Arvid Gruber, William Allen. Russell Bus Drivers William Barrett, Laura Zuck, Marian Jones, Bruce Edwards, William Roberts. Cafeteria Staff BACK ROW: Doris Buchanan, Rose Christianson, Agnes McFarland, Terri Larson, Genevieve Bloomgren. FRONT ROW: Ellen Hitchcock, Mary Lou Lindell, Geraldine Marsh, Supervisor. ninety-oneSports give every person an opportunity to show his abilities as an individual, and at the same time, he is working for his team. Sports are fun. Sports require the disciplining of the body, both physically and mentally. You must be able to think clearly and react to different situations as they arise. There are times when sports seem discouraging, and not as fun as you would like them to be. This is when you must have will power, and stick to it when the going gets rough. Set goals ahead of you that you desire to reach. It takes a lot of practice if you want to be good. Sports are healthy competition. It is putting forth an effort and energy to make and prove that your school is best. But remember, that the athletes are only part of the game. Those that are out there cheering are also part of the spirit. Sports are action and skill. Enthusiasm is needed. It is getting out there to be seen by others, and have them know that you are representing Eisenhower High School.Varsity Football VARSITY FOOTBALL SCORES WE THEY Clymer 0 27 Cassadaga Valley 0 36 Pine Valley 14 12 Randolph 25 14 Silver Creek 26 0 Brocton 0 12 Maple Grove 0 20 Westfield 0 14 Home Games FINAL LEAGUE STANDINGS WINS LOSSES TIES Cassadaga 6 1 1 Westfield 6 1 1 Brocton 5 2 0 Maplegrove 5 2 0 EISENHOWER 3 4 0 Pine Valley 2 5 0 Randolph 1 6 0 Silvercreek 0 7 0 !• Lane Christenson, 2. Rick Giordan, 3. Tom Swanson, 4. Dana Cathcart, 5. Jay Curtis, 6. Nick Brunecz, 7. Larry Tutmaher, 8. Tom Pratz, 9. Mr. Dunbar, 10. Scott Linde 11, 11. Les Hunzinger, 12. Bob Zobrist, 13. Sid VanOrd, 14. Scott Smith, 15. Mr. Firth, 16. Mr. Engstrom, 17. Bob Curry 18 Keith Bundy, 19. Bob Williams, 20. Dave Bosko, 21. Brian White, 22. Dan Drum, 23, Vern Edwards, 24. Dan Lyons, 25. Jeff Saunders, 26. Butch Consla, 27. Randy Harvey, 28. Jim Burch, 29. Rodney’ Biekarck, 30. Mike Smith, 31. Tom Mazzu, 32. Rick Dyke, 33. Terry Hunt, 34. Pete Brunecz, 35. Pat Sisk, 36. Gary Matie, 37. Steve Saunders, 38. Dart Summerson, 39. Kevin Thorpe, 40. Gerry Briggs, 41. Mike Luvison, 42. Sam Kellogg, 43. Randy Brown, 44. Ray Parker, 45. Guy Schultz, 46. Dean Ferrie, 47. Bob Thelin, 48. Hobart Sanders, 49. Dean Swanson. ninety-threeClymer 27 Ike O In their first game of the year, a young and inexperienced Knight squad faced the Clymer Pirates. The Pirates had most of their starting team back from the year before (when they picked up their only defeat from Eisenhower, 13-0). Clymer revenged that defeat by blanking the Knights with a good passing game. Cassadaga Valley 36 Ike O This was the Knight's worst game of the season. The Knights seemed to do nothing right while the Cougars seemed to do nothing wrong. Showing a well-balanced scoring attack, Cassadaga Valley sent the Knights down to their second stinging defeat. Ike 14 Pine Valley 12 In the first home game of the year, a much-improved Knight team took on favored Pine Valley. In the second quarter Pine Valley scored a touchdown, missed the extra point, and led 6-0 at half time. After intermission the Knights were determined to score their first points of the year. Midway through the third quarter, safety Mike Luvison intercepted a Pine Valley pass and raced down the side line for a touchdown, tying the score at 6-6. In the fourth quarter the Knights scored again after a long touchdown drive. The score now stood at Eisenhower 12, Pine Valley 6. But Pine Valley quickly bounced back and scored on a 56 yard touchdown pass; the score was tied again at 12-12. The Knights weren't about to settle for a tie and put an another long drive. With the ball on the three yard line, fullback Bob Thelin fumbled. There was less than one minute left to play and it seemed that the game would end a tie, but tackle Ray Parker broke through the Pine Valley line and tackled their runningback in the end zone for a safety and TWO big points. The Knights had their first win 14-12. Ike 25 Randolph 14 It was a cold and rainy day when the Knights traveled to Randolph for their fourth game. The miserable field conditions resulted in many fumbles by both teams. The Knights scored a touchdown in every quarter and led 25-0 halfway through the fourth quarter. Then Coach Firth, not wanting to run up the score, put in substitutes. It was then that Randolph scored their touchdown. Ike 26 Silver Creek 0 This was Homecoming Weekend—the biggest game of the year. The Knights rose to the occasion by defeating the Silver Creek Black Knights 26-0. The game was never in doubt as our Knights outplayed and outclassed them. The highlight of the afternoon was the crowning of Sparky Stewart as Homecoming Queen. Her escort was Tom Walker. Brocton 12 Ike 0 In this game the Knights traveled to Brocton to play a showdown game over first place. Even though the team lost they should not be ashamed because they played a great game. Brocton drew first blood in the first quarter on an end sweep from the ten yard line. As the second quarter was drawing to a close, the Knights were on the one yard line, about to get the tying touchdown on the go-ahead points, but time ran out before the Knights could score, and Brocton led at halftime 6-0. The third quarter was scoreless. In the fourth quarter Brocton scored, but Knight fans thought the play would be nullified by what appeared to be an obvious clip. The fans' belief seemed to be confirmed when a flag was thrown on the play, but the referee just picked it up and stuck it in his pocket again. Eisenhower's championship hopes dimmed with this loss. Maple Grove 20 Ike 0 The Knights championship hopes were crushed by this defeat. After their heartbreaking loss the week before, thr Knights just could't get going. Westfield 14 Ike 0 When the Knights ventured to Westfield it was a cold rainy day. Field conditions were poor, causing a lot of fumbles. Westfields first touchdown came on a Knight error. It was a fourth down situation and Mike Luvison went back to punt but a bad snap from the center went over his head and landed in the end zone where Westfield recovered it for a touchdown. Another Wolverine touchdown in the fourth quarter was the final score of the game.Linemen Backs 1. Bob Zobrist, 2. Sid VanOrd, 3. Scott Linde 11, 4. Dana Cathacart, 5. Dan Drum, 6. Keith Bundy, 7. Butch Consla, 8. Rick Giordan, 9, Steve Sanders, 10. Brian White, 11. Tom Swanson, 12. Nick Brunecz, 13. Jeff Sanders, 14. Scott Smith, 15. Gary Matie, 16. Randy Brown, 17. Jay Curtis, 18. Jim Burch, 19. Guy Schultz, 20. Ray Parker, 21. Gerry Briggs, 22. Dan Lyons, 23. Layne Christenson, 24. Pete Brunecz, 25. DeanFerrie, 26. Dean Swanson, 27. Rodney Biekark. 1. Bob Thelin, 2. Guy Schultz, 3. Vem Edwards, 4. Robert Zobrist, 5. Pat Sisk, 6. Mike Luvison, 7. Sid VanOrd, 8. Les Hunzinger, 9. Tom Swanson, 10. Tom Mazzu, 11. Rick Dyke, 12. Terry Hunt, 13; SamKel-logg, 14. Gerry Briggs, 15. Randy Harvey, 16. Dave Bosko, 17. Tom Pratz, 18. Bob Williams, 19. Larry Tutmahcr. ninety-fiveSenior quarterback Mike Luvison drills a pass to the sideline during the Clymer game. The highlight of the homecoming game was the crown ing of Sparky Stewart as queen by last year’s queen, Susie Parks. Pre-season practices are hard work as seniors Bob Thelin, Tom Mazzu, Gary Briggs, Ray Parker, and Dean Fcrrie illustrate. Senior fullback Bob Thelin seems headed for a collision course with two As senior Sam Kellogg blocks, fullback Bob Thelin bulls his way into a Silver Silver Creek players. Creek defender. WE THEY Sheffield 28 0 Y oungsville 34 0 Sheffield 12 0 Corry 0 20 Beaty (B) 42 0 Beaty (A) 8 0 Beaty (AGB) 6 20 Panama 12 0 Junior High Football 1. Dan Johnson, 2. Larry Schultz, 3. Bruce Cable, 4. Larry Himes, 5. Don Landin, 6. Jim Fleming, 7. Boyd Shaffer, 8. Terry Sweeney, 9. Jeff King, 10. Dean Stanton, 11. George Hitchcock, 12. Tom Luvi-son, 13. Ron Zuck. 1. Bill Birt, 2. Carl Hornstrom, 3. Kevin Stovers, 4. Dan Burd, 5. Rick Eaton, 6. Harry Suppa, 7. Ken Acorn, 8. Larry Himes, 9. Danny Johnson, 10. Jim Fleming, 11. Boyd Schaffer, 12. Bruce Cable, 13. Terry Sweeney, 14. Larry Schultz, 15. George Hitchcock, 16. Randy Rickerson, 17. Craig Swanson, 18. Ron Zuck, 19. Jeff Holts, 20. Dennis Beetle, 21. Drew Majors, 22. Tom Levison, 23. Tommy Ristau, 24. Tim Courtney, 25. Brad Johnson, 26. Bob Olds, 27. Todd Curtis, 28. Mike Donaldson, 29, Dean Swanson, 30. BenYeagle, 31. Brent Lind ell, 32. Donny Landin, 33. Leslie Lyons, 34. Jeff King, 35. Greg Hutchinson, 36. Lenny Grey, 37. David Luther. ninety-sevenVarsity Basketball 1. Dan Burd, 2. Ron Dunbar, 3. Mark Landin, 4. Carl Johnson, 5. Nick Brunecz, 6. Dudley Cable, 7. Craig Branstrom, 8. Dean Fer-rie, 9. Rod Abbey, 10. Jeff Landin, 11. Rick Driscoll, 12. Ed Young, Absent Randy Brown, Captain. VARSITY BASKETBALL WE THEY Kane 61 48 Clymer 47 95 F rewsburg 64 73 Sheffield 60 63 Clymer 47 83 Sheffield 58 109 General McLain 78 89 West Forest 79 93 Youngsville 34 57 • Jamestown 89 68 Tidioute 74 61 East Forest 84 66 Frewsburg 75 105 Sparta 79 62 West Forest 54 55 Youngsville 46 56 Jamestown 71 61 Tidioute 74 85 East Forest 72 55 Southwestern Sparta Kane Senior center Pandy Brown builds strength and endurance in his legs by working out on the universal gym. Dean Ferrie Junior Ron Abbey puts the ball up and in. Carl Johnson Everyone gets into the act as Jeff Landin and Ed Young try to pull down the ball. Junior Ed Young struggles for the ball. ninety-nineJunior Varsity Basketball GAME SCORES WE THEY Kane 44 58 Clymer 40 57 Frewsburg 42 64 Sheffield 53 52 Clymer 62 52 Sheffield 42 59 General McLane 44 63 West Forest 34 85 Youngsville 32 46 Jamestown 58 60 Tidioute 55 62 East Forest 47 42 Frewsburg 49 93 Sparta 41 39 West Forest 35 42 Youngstown 31 44 Jamcstown 52 42 Tidioute 48 53 East Forest 54 43 Southwestern 46 57 Sparta Kane home Games Thud, thud, thud, thump, thud . . . dribbling down, driving in, putting it up and in . . . another Eisenhower JV basketball player has hit his mark. The team breaks the tie, forges ahead, or closes the gap. This has been the scene at the JV basketball games this year. Although the team has not always been victorious, it has some fine talent and has shown steady improvement. 1. Dart Summerson, 2. D.J. Johnson, 3. Tim McFarland, 4. Dudley Cable, 5. Dan Lyons, 6. Craig Branstrom, 7. Mr. Hedman, 8. DanBurd, 9. Nick Brunecz, 10. Jay Curtis, 11. Layne Christenson, 12. Bob Kitchell, 13. Bob Williams, 14. Tom Pratz.9th Grade Basketball 1, Bruce Cable, 2. Larry Schultz, 3. RonZuck, 4. Mr. Hunt, 5. Larry Himes, 6. Dan Berg, 7. Mark Van-Ord, 8. Mark Clark, 9. Don Landin, 10. Paul Bryan, 11. Dean Sumner. WE THEY Randolph 49 65 Tidioute 43 31 Corry 39 59 Beaty 51 47 Sheffield 63 47 Sheffield 27 40 Youngsville 45 39 Sparta 75 33 Sparta 59 28 Youngsville 53 16 Beaty 42 46 Junior High Basketball This year the seventh grade basketball team had an undefeated season. While scoring318 points, they yielded only 219. In the course of the season Tidioute, Youngsville, and Sheffield were each beaten three times. The eighth grade team didn't fare quite as well and ended the season with a 4-5 record. Youngsville defeated them all three times, but they were 2-1 against Sheffield and Tidioute. 1. Bill Birt, 2. Rick Eaton, 3. Bill Allen, 4. Brad Winans, 5. Dave Young, 6. Andy Brunecz, 7. Scott Black, 8. Pete Mangini, 9. Scott Smith, 10. James Frank, 11. Bert Moyer, 12. Randy Ransom, 13. Steve Cable, 14. Larry Hildum, 15. Martin Morris. VWHtf'S one hundred oneVarsity Wrestling GAME SCORES WE THEY Youngsville 43 9 Ridgway 28 25 Ripley 37 15 Silver Creek 57 3 Dunkirk 52 7 Southwestern 25 22 Salamanca 33 18 Panama 42 13 Maple Grove 26 22 Kane 38 14 Cassadaga 53 6 Olean 35 7 Falconer 26 23 Oil City 17 27 We're Number One! FINAL SOUTHERN TIER STANDING WINS LOSSES EISENHOWER 7 0 Falconer 6 1 Southwestern 5 2 Maple Grove 4 3 Salamanca 3 4 Olean 2 5 Cassadaga Valley 1 6 Dunkirk 0 72 6, Senior 167-pounder Ray Parker holds a Southwestern Trojan down for the count. Doug Lawson Sam Kellogg Ray Parker Pete Brunecz Senior Sam Kellogg expresses the team’s feeling after we Bobby Martin, a 98-pound freshman, has a Kane Wolf trapped beat Falconer, thus clinching the league championship. one hundred threeVarsity The Eisenhower Wrestling Team compiled a record of 13 wins and 1 loss. This record is the best in the history of Eisenhower wrestling. The highlight of the season for the knights was the winning of the Southern Tier League Championship by defeating Falconer in their last league match of the season. The wrestlers were again coached by Mr. Tony Ross and Mr. A1 Bean, and a new coach Mr. A1 Brown. At the onset of the season, coaches predictions for success were mixed and unsure. The team was a young one with only 3 seniors in the starting line-up. By beginning a season with 3 senior starters, success would depend upon long and hard practice sessions for all, perseverance, young wrestlers coming into their own, and seasoned wrestlers offering leadership and guidance. The wrestling team’s task was then, "to get it all together", and get it together they did. The knights rolled over one opponent after another in Southern Tier League competition. Every victory was truly a team effort, and this team balance was the key to the wrestlers success. Outstanding victories for the grapplers were their wins over Southwestern 25-22, Salamanca 33-18, and Maple Grove 26-22. The biggest victory, of course, was the snapping of Falconer's 26 match win streak by defeating the Falcons 26-23, and winning the league championship. Outstanding individual performances were turned in all year long by several of the knights. Senior co-captains Sam Kellogg and Ray Parker proved why they were chosen for their job as they displayed many leadership and guidance qualities to their younger teammates. Their mat performances were equally as impressive. Kellogg was undefeated 14-0, while Parker finished 12-1-1. Another senior, Doug Lawson was 12-1-1. Junior's, Bob Martin 10-2-2, Dane Wadsworth 11-2, Dean Swanson 10-4 and Sophomore Denny Schwone, 9-3. Eisenhower placed 4th in the Annual Warren Christmas Tournament. Individual place winners were; Martin Lund-mark 1st-88 lbs; Jay Lindell 2nd-112 lbs; Doug Lawson 2nd-132 lbs; Sam Kellogg 2nd-138 lbs; Dane Wadsworth 2nd-145 lbs; Jeff Anderson 2nd-155 lbs; and Ray Parker 2nd-167 lbs. In the Sectional Meet at Oil City Denny Schwone, 105 lbs; Doug Lawson, 132 lbs; and Sam Kellogg, 138 lbs; all placed 4th. Third place trophy winners were Bob Martin, 98 lbs; Dane Wadsworth, 145 lbs; Ray Parker, 167 lbs; nnd Dean Swanson, Heavyweight. Junior Varsity The E. H.S. Junior Varsity wrestlers completed the 72-73 season with a respectable 10-3-1 record. Their most impressive victories were over Falconer (40-17), and powerful Oil City (22-21). The J. V. 's entered an all-J. V. tournament held midseason at Falconer. Eisenhower emerged with three champions, Dan Johnson, Kurt Martin, and Jim Olsen. Tom Swanson won a second place. Outstanding individual records were compile by: undefeated 98 pounder, Dan Johnson-8-0-3, and undefeated 132 pounder, Kurt Martin's second undefeated season as a J.V.; »o Junior Varsity Wrestling Senior High Wrestling 1. Jim Anderson, 2. Dana Cathacart, 3. Tom Braly, 4. Ian Campbell, 5. Dan Johnson, 6. Jake Lindell, 7. Cayne Lindell, 8. John L. Johnson, 9. Jim Olsen, 10. Kurt Martin, 11. Tom Swanson, 12. Sid VanOrd. 1. Mr. Ross, 2. Mr. Bean, 3. Martin Lundmark, 4. Bob Martin, 5. Dennis Schwonc, 6. Jay Lindell, 7. Kevin Martin, 8. Jim Olsen, 9. Doug Lawson, 10. Sam Kellogg, 11. Dane Wadsworth, 12. Jeff Anderson, 13. Ray Parker, 14. Ron Wilson, 15. Dean Swanson, 16. Pete Brunecz, 17 Mark Stanton, 18. Dan Johnson, 19. Jake Lindell, 20. Bren Lindell, 21. John L. Johnson, 22. Mike Spicer, 23. Kurt Martin, 24. Les Hunzinger, 25. James Anderson, 26. Dana Cathacart, 27. Ian Campbell, 28. George Hitchcock, 29. Mr. Brown, 30. Dale Uber, 31. Loren Brooks, 32. BenYeagle, 33. Homer Lindell, 34. Sam Borland, 35. Phil Dyke, 36, Garv Swanson. 37. Tom Ristau, 38. Ken Loomis, 59. Rick Hut-ley, 40. Mike Donaldson. J.V. WRESTLING Youngsville Ridgway Ripley Silver Creek Dunkirk Southwestern Salamanca Panama Maple Grove Kane Cassadaga Olean Falconer Oil City WE THEY 25 23 48 3 8 8 17 0 46 5 15 27 9 12 40 9 33 20 15 19 23 5 15 6 40 17 22 21Junior High Wrestling 1. Tom Knopf, 2. Greg Folts, 3. RonGlotz, 4. Kevin Wilkins, 5. Daryl Stibell, 6. Eric Donaldson, 7. Tim Voty, 8. Craig Swanson, 9. Don Spear, 10. Joe Schmitt, 11. Dave Pudder, 12. Joe Frangione, 13. Kent Alcorn, 14. Paul Schultz, 15. ScottBaucr, 16. Jay Anderson, 17. Tim Reist, 18. Jeff Nelson, 19. Kevin Stewart, 20. Tim Holden, 21. Dale Smith, 22. Greg Hutchinson, 23. Ron Benson, 24. Brad Johnson, 25. James Craig, 26. Robert Peterson, 27. Lee Lundmark, 28. Mike Zimmerman, 29. Jose Ruiz, 30. Cayne Lindell, 31. Richard Borland, 32. Kirk Smith, 33. Doug Morton, 34. Randy Spelling, 35. Toby Spelling, 36. Dan Johnson. Practice for the forty junior high wrestlers did not commence until mid-January. Since their first two matches were against teams which had been practicing since November and which had more mat space, it is not unexpected that they lost. After these two defeats to Youngsville and Beaty they were able to turn things around as their skill and endurance increased. Their first victory came against Corry and their second as they soundly defeated Youngsville. Their final match was against Beaty. Although they did not emerge victorious, they were able to hold their own and show Beaty a much improved team since the time they first met. The whole team has alot of talent and a great deal of promise. The fact that four freshman wrestled on the championship varsity squad is ample evidence of this. The junior high wrestling team is anxious to prove their talents at the junior Olympic tournament to be held at Corry March 18 and 19. The top two winners in each pound class in this tournament advance to Fort LeBoeuf. From here, the top wrestlers in each class advances to the state tournament at Dubious. The team is looking forward to a trip to Dubious as they did last year when Jeff Anderson advanced to the state tournament.Varsity Cheerleading 1. Sherri Aldrich, 2. Mara Levinson, 3. Sparky Stewart, 4. Diedra Benson, 5. Caroline Carlberg, 6, Maggie Southwell, 7. Connie Bauer, 8. Janis Olsen. 1, Caroline Carlberg, 2. Diedra Benson, 3. Sherri Aldrich, 4. Sparky Stewart, 5. Connie Bauer, 6. Mara Levinson, 7. Maggie Southwell. one hundred sevenCaroline Carlberg Connie Bauer Mara Levinson Sparky Stewart Cheerleading this year has been a real privilege. The spirit of our spectators and fans was terrific—certainly the best in years! All three of our teams gave us victories to look forward to. This year we gave our football players a breakfast and a "milk and doughnuts" party. With the help of the Sports Boosters, we provided oranges for our basketball players and wrestlers. We, the Eisenhower cheerleaders, would like to express our appreciation for the enthusiastic spirit that was behind our teams and which made our memories of the season of 1972-73 ones that we will never forget! Sherri Aldrich Janis OlsenJunior Varsity Junior High one hundred nine VARSITY OUTDOOR TRACK AND FIELD RECORDS 100 yd, dash 10.3 M. Whitman R. Porter B. Olsen G. Mazzu 1957 1963 1966 1970 220 yd. dash 22.4 R. Porter 1963 440 yd. dash 53.2 D. Barolw 1966 880 yd. run 2:03.4 A. Bosko 1969 Mile run 4:35.4 H. A llenson 1961 2 Mile run 10:30.7 B. Bauer 1970 180 yd. low hurdles 21.3 J. Stewart 1965 120 yd. high hurdles 15.6 L. Trumbull 1966 Shot put 49 11.. A. Rowland 1958 Javelin 171 M. Whitman 1956 Pole Vault 12f8" J. Stewart 1965 High Jump 6 4" M. Hoffner 1969 Discus 141'7 1 4 E. Van Houten 1963 Triple Jump 42 3" R. Lohncs 1971 Long Jump 20 11 1 2” M. Hoffner 1969 880 Relay 1:35.4 J. Carlson D. Hale D. Barlow B. Olson 1969 Medley Relay 3:50.8 J. Eggleston R. Miller R. Porter G. Martin 1963 Mile Relay 3:37.8 M. Driscoll D. Bosko B. Thelin M. Capron 1972 2 Mile Relay 8:30.9 • T. Engstrom T. Bosko G. Olson D. Hale 1968 Track and Field Above and below are returning letterman who will be the core of this year's team 1. Bob Thelin, 2. Mark Capron, 3. Ray Parker, 4. Tom Walker, 5. Mike Luvison, 6. Les Hunzinger, 7. Bob Williams, 8. David Bosko, 9. Nick Brunecz, 10. Jay Curtis, 11. Rick Driscoll. Bob Kitchell Mark Thompson Randy BrownGirls' Track 1. Debbie Grieb, 2. Stacy Parks, 3. Julie Martin, 4. Lisa Brecht, 5. Sue Carlberg, 6. Diedra Benson, 7. Caroline Carlberg, 8. Brenda Burnett, 9. Linda Mazzu, 10. Rachel Stanton, 11. Julie Phillips, 12. Ann Brown, 13. Connie Bauer, 14. Winnie Block, 15. Laurie Shepherd, 16. Darla Brecht, 17. Joyce Lindcll, 18. Maggie South-well, 19. Cindy Marsh, 20. Darlene Marsh, 21. Mrs. Leathers, 22. Sue Lester, 23. Kathy Chapman, 24. Diana Cable, 25. Marcia Stawoiski, 26. Cindy Peterson, 27. Nyla Thelin, 28. Brenda Phillips, 29. Kim Summerson, 30 Sherry Himes, 31. Sara Beyeler, 32. Kathy Bloomgren. Girl’s Track is a growing and extremely popular sport at Eisenhower. There are about 65 girls out for track this year, and eighteen of these girl’s received track letters. JoLynn Beedle was voted our outstanding track girl last year. Last year we had a 7 meet schedule with the following results: At the Oil City Quadrangular: Oil City 89--Eisenhower 46. At the Eisenhower Invitational eight schools competed with the results of Eisenhower 70, Spartansburg 40, Kane 36, Southwestern 35, Youngsville 23, Warren 19, Olean 16, McDowell, 13. The Warren County Girls Track Meet's results were Eisenhower 83, Youngsville 33, Warren 26. At A-A-U Junior Olympics in Corry JoLynn Beedle received three Ists: Running Long Jump, 80 yd. Low Hurdles, and the 440 Relay. Seven other girls also had 1st place ribbons. The A-A-U Regional Junior Olympics were held at Bethel Park, Pa. At the Beaty Junior High Meet the scores were Beaty 51, Youngsville 21, and Eisenhower 9. The last meet of the season was the Southwestern Invitational, in which ten schools participated, the results of this meet were Eisenhower 58 1 2, Southwestern 48, Pine Valley 22, and Olean 18 1 2. Three records were broken during the course of the season. These were JoLynn Beedle--80 yd. Low Hurdles 12.7, Brenda Burnett--High Jump 4’9” and Sally Beedle--100 yd. dash 11. 9. one hundred eleven Boys' Bowling 1. Mr. Black, 2. Rick Consla, 3. Jim Frank, 4. Mark Clark, 5. Dave Shagla, 6. Dave Grove, 7. David DeVore, 8. Bob Buck, 9. Grant Comes, 10. Joe Agnew, 11. Randy Ransom, 12. Paul Schultz, 13. Denny Beedle, 14. Pete Mangini, 15. Dan Gordan, 16. Kevin Peterson, 17. Jeff King, 18. Mark Johnson, 19. Chris Murphy, 20. Brian Fisk, 21. Denny Faulkner, 22. Ken Loomis, 23. Keith Falconer, 24. Les Hunzinger, 25. Andy Gordan. The philosophy of the Boy’s Bowling Club is to enable those boys who are interested in bowling to compete against each other and to participate in American Junior Bowling Congress tournaments. The activities include bowling every Saturday morning for 30 weeks, participating in all AJBC tournaments, and a Father-Son Tournament. Secretary: Jeff Frank, and Treasurer: Les Hunzinger. At the end of each year a banquet is held and trophies are presented.V Girls' Bowling 1 Karen Saunders, 2 Mary Williams, 3 Marlene Osborne, 4 Melissa Agnew, 5 Kathy Chapman, 6 Madelin Southwell, 7 Rosy Southwell, 8 Cathy Akeley, 9 Cindy Abbey, 10 Sherry Lindell, 11 Karen Clark, 12 Yvonne Abbey, 13 Teresa Shaffer, 14 Joy Chase, 15 Kim Coy, 16 Christin Hunzinger, 17 Brenda Lusk, 18 Joyce Lindell, 19 Ginny Jones, 20 Shelly Shaffer, 21 Karen Smith, 22 Debbie Braley, 23 Sue Peterson, 24 Mrs. Leathers, 25 Cheryl Sanders, 26 Grace Hunzinger, 27 Ruth Lawson, 28 Sue Johnson, 29 Carol Caffaro, 30 Mary Wright, 31 Diedra Benson, 32 Sally Beedle, 33 Debbie Brennen, 34 Louanne Falconer, 35 Lynn Shephard. 1 Jackie Phinney, 2 Stacey Park, 3 Kim Howard, 4 Judy Martin, 5 Karen Kane, 6 Cassie Merkle, 7 Nadene Brown, 8 Arden Sullivan, 9 Kathy Joy, 10 Darlene Glotz, 11 Veronica Fredricks, 12Joye Pick, 13 Janice Nelson, 14 Laurie Fox, 15 Willo Birt, 16 Amy Smith, 17 Geri Neese, 18 Karen Bloomgren, 19 Sara Beyler, 20 Lisa Brecht, 21 Kenrda Jones, 22 Janis Olsen, 23 Sonja Dyke, 24 Debbie Riggle, 25 Dale Ann Brown, 26 Becky Grieb, 27 Julie Martin, 28 Laura Swanson, 29 Darla Brecht, 30 Judy Jones, 31 Debbie Dunn, 32 Robin Jones. Sugar Grove Russell one hundred thirteenActivities An activity is getting involved; putting forth energy and enthusiasm to reach a set goal. There is responsibility with activities, and "sticking with it" when the going gets a little rough. An activity is a recreation that is a regular part of school life, but not a part of the course of study. Activities are hobbies that people join because of interest. It is outside the person's main occupation, but to which he devotes time for pleasure. Activities are clubs to which a group of people are associated for a common cause. They try to develop this cause, and continue with it's growth and new finding. An activity is an organization united to get a thing in working condition. Precision and practice go into it, for a hopeful, praisable outcome.ST-r Juniors Seniors Membership in the National Honor Society has become recognized nationally as one of the highest honors that can be bettowed upon a high school student. Once selected for membership, a student is singled out. He should not only continue to demonstrate those outstanding qualities which brought about his selection, but he should also exert a new influence to improve conditions about him, and promote those qualities, Leadership, Character, Scholarship, and Service for which the N.H.S. stands. Officers are: President: Carl Johnson, Vice-President: Carmen Wilcox, Secretary: Dale Ann Brown, and Treasurer. Christine Linde 11. The advisor is Mrs. Sharon Crossen. Activities include Bingo for the State Hospital patients, Christmas carolling for the State Hospital patients, serving as student guides for building visitors, and annual breakfast for members. National Honor Society 1. Jeff Landin, 2. Don Nelson, 3. Dave Bosko, 4. Doug Aud-ley, 5. Steve Bauer, 6. Mark Landin, 7. John Johnson, 8. Kathy Bloomgren, 9. Jay Lin-dell, 10. Winnie Block, 11. Sue Johnson, 12. Diedra Benson, 13. Pam Merkle, 14 Sherry Himes, 15. Cindy Marsh, 16. Ptiscilla Yeskey, 17.Joyce Lindell, 18. Barb Lemmon, 19. Marcie Black, 20. Karen Bloomgren, 21. Wendy Knarr, 22. Karen Nosel, 23. Kristy Haupt, 24. Sharrill Saunders, 25. Pam Tidrick, 26. Shelly Shaffer, 27. Patty Silini, 28. Kathy Chapman, 29. Kathy Olds, 30. Diane Cable. 1 Mike Luvison, 2 Bob Thelin, 3 Stephen Dean, 4 Ken Lund-mark, 5 Trudy Abbott, 6 Debbie Grieb, 7 Mara Levinson, 8 Cathy Hall, 9 Caroline Carl-berg, 10 Donna Cathcart, 11 Steven Edson, 12 Carol Barlow, 13 Lynn Shephard, 14 Cheryl Wilson, 15 Janice Kane, 16 Debbie Brennen, 17 Sparky Stewart, 18 Marla Groves, 19 Carl Johnson, 20 Carmen Wilcox, 21 Dale Ann Brown, 22 Mrs. Crossen, 23 Chris Lindell. one hundred fifteen Wrestling Club 1. Carl Hepler, 2. Tim Brown, 3. James Arthur, 4. Jay Anderson, 5. Daryl Stebell, 6. Louis Rivett, 7. Kirk Smith, 8. Dennis Whitton, 9. Paul Schultz, 10. Charles Eckert, 11. Mike Morine, 12. Robert Fleming, 13. Jeff Morgan, 14. Toby Spelling, 15. William Brooks, 16. Tom Knopf, 17. Tim Holden, 18. George Martin, 19. Craig Swanson, 20. Eric Donaldson, 21. Kent Alcorn, 22. Don Welch, 23. Ron Benson, 24. Richard Eaton, 25. Dale Smith, 26. Mark Lascola, 27. Brad Johnson, 28. Mark Perrin, 29. Greg Folts, 30. John Schwanke, 31. Richard Borland, 32. Cayne Linde 11, 33. Don Johnson, 34. Kevin Coville, 35. Ron Spear, 36. Andy Jordan, 37. Kevin Martin, 38. Lee Lundmark, 39. Joe Frangione, 40. Dan King, 41. Joe Edwards, 42. Tony Ross, Advisor, 43. Dave Hitchcock, 44. Mike Donaldson, 45. Ron Glotz, 46. Edwin Rollinger, 47. Bill Rankin, 48. A1 Bean, Advisor, 49. Mark Steber, 50. Ben Yeagle, 51. Doug Morton, 53. Bob Decker, 54. Tom Smith. The Wrestling Club provides an opportunity for the young wrestlers of E.H.S to pick up wrestling experience. In the club the boys learn and drill new takedowns, escapes, andreversals. Most of the members are also on the Jr. High Wrestling team. 1. Dan Lyons, 2. Dean Swanson, 3. Dean Feme, 4. Guy Schultz, 5. Corey Akeley, 6. Mike Luvi-son, 7. Dan Drum, 8. Kevin Thorpe, 9. Rodney Biekarck, 10. Gerry Briggs, 11. Nick Brunecz, 12. Jay Crutis, 13. Brian White, 14. Les Hun-zinger, 15. Kurt Martin, 16. Jerry Jewell, 17. Bob Williams, 18. Bob Thelin, 19. Rick Consla, 20. Jim Burch, 21. Terry Hunt, 22. BobKitchel, 23. Tom Walker, 24. Hobart Sanders, 25. Sam Kellogg, 26. Denny Schwone, 27. Steve Harvey, 28. Scott Smith, 29. Tom Pratz, 30. Pete Spencer, 31. Ray Parker, 32. Bob Curry, 33. Caroline Carlberg, 34. Randy Harvey, 35. Dart Sum-merson, 36. Jeff Sanders, 37. Pete Brunecz, 38. Rodney Abbey, 39. Sam Borlin, 40. Madeline Southwell, 41. Janice Olsen, 42. Mara Levinson, 43. Deidra Benson, 44. Sherry Aldrich, 45. Rick Driscoll.Girls' Athletic Association Underclassmen 1 Ann Brown, 2 Laurie Shephard, 3 Sherry Linde 11, 4 Rosy Southwell, 5 Pam Baxter, 6 Becky Hale, 7 Julie Martin, 8 Mary Carlberg, 9Jody Hodges, 10 Karen Clark, 11 Yvonne Abbey, 12 Karen Flasher, 13 Mindy Hodges, 14 Polly Mangini, 15 Vivian Borland, 16 Darla Brecht, 17 Luanne Falconer, 18 Kathy Bloomgren, 19 Robin Gage, 20 Beth Lauffenberger, 21 Cindy Marsh, 22 Died-ra Benson, 23 Mary Wright, 24 Sally Beedle, 25 Kathy Chapman, 26 Rachel Stanton, 27 Ruth Lawson, 28 Sherri Himes, 29 Karen Nosel, 30 Marcie Black, 31 Sue Johnson, 32 Sharrill Saunders, 33 Debbie Riggle, 34 Shelly Shaffer, 35 Brenda Phillips, 36 Maggie Southwell, 37 Brenda Burnett, 38 Winnie Block, 39 Joyce Linde 11, 40 Sandy Spellinf, 41 Luanne Stockton, 42 Mrs. Leathers. The G.A.A. is an organization to encourage girls to participate in and enjoy girl's sports. We start in the fall with girl's Basketball Intramurals, and Interschool Basketball, followed by four girl's bowling leagues during the winter. In March we play Volleyball Intramurals, and have our Warren County Girl's Volleyball Tournaments for both Junior High and Senior High. April and May are busy months with girl's track—our G.A.A. track meet, the Eisenhower Girl's Invitational, and the Warren County Girl's track meet held at Eisenhower. G.A.A. Officers are: Debbie Grieb, pres; Connie Bauer, v. pres; Cathy Hall, sec.; and Veryl Jones, treas. 1 Caroline Carlberg, 2 Mara Levinson, 3 Cindy Snyder, 4 Linda Church, 5 Carmen Wilcox, 6 Laura Swanson, 7 Janice Kane, 8 Mrs. Leathers, 9 Kim Undell, 10 Janis Olsen, 11 Dale Ann Brown, 12 Debbie Brennen, 13 Cecelia Schumann, 14 Lynn Shephard, 15 Cathy Hall, 16 Veryl Jones, 17 Connie Bauer, 18 Debbie Greib. one hundred seventeenThe Outdoor and Conservation Club exists to foster interest in and concern for the environment. Projects include: trail guides program for the Ecolab; development and maintence of the Ecolab; development and maintence of the Eisenhower Central Court; paper recycling program. The officers for the 1972-73 year are: Patsy Brooks, President, Craig Branstrom, Vice President, Julie Easton, Secretary, and Dan Berg, Treasurer. Science Club 1. Donald Hulihan, 2. Robin Webster, 3. Steve VanOrd, 4. Steve Sanden, 5. Kevin Haupt, 6. Mark Clark, 7. Steve Rutsky, 8. Mr. Carberry, 9. Ken Sumner, 10. Lemont Wenzel, 11. Jeff Dumell, 12. Tom Case, 13. Steve Haupt, 14. Randy Rutsky, 15. Mark Hook, 16. Eric Forsgren, 17. Ray Embrey, 18. Mike Morine, 19. Dan Kane, 20. James Schreconghost, 21. Sam Frangione, 22. Chris Murphey. Science club is for all students grade 7-12 interested in science. We have become affiliated with the Future Scientists of America, a national organization of science clubs. 1 Tom Smith, 2 Jerry Hanson, 3 George Belin, 4 Bill Anderson, 5 Dan Burd, 6 Julie Easton, 7 Dan Beedle, 8 Grant Comes, 9 Dave Grove, 10 Larry Congrex, 11 Ken Loomis, 12 Dave Johnson, 13 Brad Winans, 14 Becky Carlson, 15Craig Branstrom. Our major activity this year is the study of model rocketry. Members are encouraged to design rockets for flight at club meetings. A study of design and flight properties of rockets is included at the meeting. Officers are: Paul Moravek and Steve Rutsky, Co-presidents; Tom Case, Vice President, Mark Hook, Secretary; Randy Rutsky, Treasurer; Steven Haupt, Parliamentarian, ; Mark Clark, Bouncer. Outdoor and Conservation Club v L. Edward Johnsen, Rotary Club president, Patsy Brooks, president and Mr. Swanson, advisor display their new chain saw. 1 Cindy Warner, 2 Karen Clark, 3 Sonja Dyke, 4 Jerry Pangbom, 5 Anita Gregory, 6 Mr. Conrad, 7 Cheryl Manross, 8 Rodney Spencer, 9 Brenda Phillips, 10 Debbie Repine, 11 Miranda Legere, 12 Barb Peterson, 13 Mary Williams, 14 Marla Groves, 15 Cheryl Wilson, 16 Vicki Peters, 17 Carrie Mack, 18 Linda Anderson, 19 Roxanne Lyon. The objective of the Press Club is to provide the student body with an informative and entertaining newspaper. The club is open to all students in grades 9 through 12 who are interested in journalism. The SQUIRE is made up of: what's happening in the school, puzzles, want-ads, and many other interesting items. Officers are: Vicki Peters and Cheryl Wilson, Co-Editors; Marla Groves Corresponding Secretary; Carrie Mack Treasurer; and Mr. Larry Conrad, Advisor. The philosophy of the E. H.S. Student Council is to develop and maintain a cooperative existence among the students and faculty, to develop good citizenship, to promote student interest, and to encourage activities in the best interest of E.H.S. There is a representative from each homeroon and 6 from the Junior and Senior Classes. The officers are: Randal Brown, President. Guy Schultz, Vice President, Nyla Thelin, Secretary, Dave Bosko, Treasurer, and Tom Walker, Parliamentarian. The activities are: Homecoming, Christmas, and Valentine Dances, and heading up the drive for the football and track Scoreboard. Student Councib 1. Mr. Black, 2. Lisa Brecht, 3. Anne Brown, 4. David Bosko, 5. Mara Levinson, 6. Tom Walker, 7. Randy Brown, 8. John Johnson, 9. Steve Biekarck, 10. Bob Williams, 11. Nyla Thelin, 12. Mike Luvison, 13. Laurie Knash, 14. Mu-reen Mager, 15. Sara Beyeler, 16. Laurie Shephard, 17. Kim Summerson, 18. Karen Kane, 19. Cindy Carlson, 20. Donna C a the art, 21. Teff Holt, 22. Bert Moyer, 23. Beth Abbott, 24. Winnie Block, 25. Laurie Craker, 2b. Kathy Joy, 27. Benny Yeagle, 28. John Doe, 29. Steve Sanden, 30. Jay Lindell, 31. Dave Young, 32. Tracy Thompson, 33. Kurt Smith, 34. William Rankin, 35. Kent Alcorn, 36. Julie Rapp.Thespians The Thespian Society was instituted in 1970 and replaced the Junior and Senior Class plays as the primary theatrical function of Eisenhower High School. The purpose of this reorganization was to allow more students to participate in school plays; at present, the thespian society is open to all students in grades 9-12. This year's productions are "Our Gal Sal" and, in the spring, "A Man Called Peter." We are looking forward to many successful productions at Eisenhower in the coming years and strongly urge more students to take advantage of the opportunities to participate in these plays. Advisor: John Brunecz 1. Mr. Brunecz, 2. Karen Bloomgren, 3. Carl Johnson, 4. Sally Eggleston, 5. Robin Troxel, 6. Steve Edson, 7. Beth Abbott, 8. Mara Levinson, 9. Laura Swanson. Hobby Club The hobby club is under the direction of Mr. Shepler. The primary purpose of this group is to foster a greater interest in hobbies. Hopefully, hobbies that originate in the club will be enlarged upon after graduation. The officers are: Kathy Fisher, President, Donna Baccus, Vice President, Carole Sullivan, Secretary, and Ann Ewer, Treasurer. 1 Linda Briggs, 2 Wendy Durlin, 3 Cheri Faust, 4 Jamie Zalik, 5LindaFoxx, 6 Jill Jordon, 7 Sue Ann Peterson, 8 Lori Fox, 9 Brenda Lusk, 10 Andrea Glotz, 11 Lori Peterson, 12 Janice Dow, 13 Carol D'Augustine, 14 Kim Keller, 15 Judy Beck, 16 Mari Sanders, 17 Linda Smith, 18 Tracy Hunzinger, 19 Jenifer Peterson, 20 Carol Sullivan, 21 Donna Yoder, 22 Cathy Fisher, 23 Ann York.The Pep Club being a new club this year is trying to promote school spirit. There is a variety of money making projects being considered; bake sales and pizza sales after the basketball games and wrestling matches; and dances, etc. The money attained from these projects will be put back into the athletic program. The Pep Club was instrumental this year in directing an election for school Mascot, which will aid the cheerleaders at football and wrestling matches. The officers and representatives for this year are: President: Madeline Southwell, Vice-President: Mara Levinson, Secretary: Becky Grieb, and Treasurer: Diedra Benson. The Board of Representatives are: Becky Hale, Julie Martin, and Brenda Pratz. 1. Jody Saunders, 2. Shelly Dunham, 3. Darlene Drum, 4. Darlene Wadsworth, 5. Shelly Ristau, 6. Karen Undell, 7. Marla Groves, 8. Sonja Dyke, 9. Darlene Glotz, 10. Cindy Baxter, 11. Cindy Abbey, 12. Kim Coy, 13. Carla Anderson, 14. Julie Easten, 15. Debbie Braley, 16. Cheri Black, 17. Sandy Schnarrs, 18. Pam Baxter, 19. Rosalie Southwell, 20. Cathy Akeley, 21. Cathy Briggs, 22. Becky Anderson, 23. Mindy Hodges, 24. Sherry M. Lindell, 25. Mary Carlberg, 26. Sara Beyeler, 27. Dawn Thompson, 28. Sue Collins, 29. Yvonne Abbey, 30. Polly Mangini, 31. Denise Kemery, 32. Brenda Burnett, 33. Karen Flasher, 34. Kathy Troutman, 35. Mara Levinson, 36. Mr. Falvo, 37. Maggie Southwell, 38. Deidra Benson, 39. Julie Martin, 40. Brenda Pratz, 41. Becky Hale. Pep ClubA vChess Club Chess Club exists for two purposes: first, to promote an interest in chess among people who do not know how to play, and second, to help established chess players to develop their expertise. Since its start three years ago, Chess Club has developed into a large active club. Tournaments are held in the fall and spring which give members a chance to exhibit their skill. Officers are: Steve Edson, President; Peter Brunecz, Vice President; and Stephen Dean, Secretary. 1. Gaylan Critzer, 2. Steve Cable, 3. Doug Moore, 4. Ken Lundmark, 5. Mr. Bacchetti, 6. Steve Edson, 7. Steve Dean, 8. James Embrey, 9. Danny Skinner, 10. Debbie Skinner.Art Club 1. Cecelia Schumann, 2. Bonnie Martin, 3. Karen Lindell, 4. Flossie Spencer, 5. Lynda Carlstrom, 6. Jed Lundmark, 7. Sharon Martin, 8. Vickie Anderson, 9. Denny Vibbert, 10. Mr. Hedman, advisor, 11. Jeri Holt, 12. Julie Moore, 13. Carol Bloomgren, 14. Kathy Repine, 15. Kendra Jones, 16. Pam Sopher, 17. Betsy Campbell, 18. Lori Baxter, 19. Sarah Condron, 20. Scott Bauer, 21. Pam Melquist, 22. Kim Summerson, 23. Lauire Wright, 24. Vicki Savko, 25. liurie Smith, 26. Sue Shephard, 27. Kelly Zuck, 28. Laurie Berg, 29. Bren Lindell, 30. David Biekarck, 31. David Grow, 32. Linda Reist, 33. Carol Knis-ely, 34. Debbie Switzer, 35. Tawny Repine, 36. Ron Chamberlain, 37. Denise Kemery, 38. Debbie Lank, 39. Helen Hardy, 40. Tan Hodges, 41. Rhonda Moore, 42. Judy Eckert, 43. DebbiePratz. 44. Nathon Knarr, 45. Robert Fredricks, 46. Dale Harkins, 47. Robin Valone, 48. Andy Carter, 49. Tim Collins, 50. Randy York, 51. Randy English. Radio Club Amateur Radio Club has a two-fold purpose. First, it allows interested students to gain personal skill in electronics, and second, it gives them an opportunity to communicate with fellow citizens by short wave radio. We meet whenever there is a school-wide clinic, and we learn international Morse code and theory. Amateur Radio Club officers are: President: Shawn Decker, Vice-President: Larry Swanson, and Secretary-Treasurer: Rick Schmitt. The advisor is Mr. Crowthers. 1. Joe Schmidt, 2. Brian Lindquist, 3. Homer Condron, 4. Rick Schmidt, 5. Shawn Decker, 6. Bill Rollinger, 7. Richard Walker, 8. Mr, Crowthers, advisor, 9. Gary Holt, 10. Mike Smith, 11. Don Giordan, 12. Fred Strickland, 13. Mike Williams, 14. Jan Legere. German Club French Club v one hundred twenty three 1. Carol Gaffaro, 2. Melia Moore, 3. Sandy Schnars, 4. Cindy Akeley, 5. Didi Barrett, 6. Vicki Rosendal, 7. Jan Lester, 8. Debbie Dunn, 9, Kim Coy, 10. Debbie Spade, 11. Julie Rapp, 12. Rita Nelson. The French club activities are educational and social. All activities are designed to increase the member’s knowledge of France and her culture. In addition to slides and films, students have an opportunity to play games such as: Scrabble, Monopoly, Authors, (all in French including the vocabulary to participate in the game.) 1 Steve Braley, 2 Larry Schultz, 3 Sheri-lynn Rollinger, 4 Don Landin, 5 Julie Sopher, 6 Steve Edson, 7 Dean Campbell Bible Club Involvement, that's what it takes to make a good club. This year Bible Club is involved. We have guest speakers and other sources of entertainment. We also have fellowship and group discussions. We hope we can help make E.H.S. a little better by the actions of our members. President: Connie Bauer, Vice-President: Barb White, Secretary: Trudy Abbott, and Treasurer: Tamra Onick. 1 Miss Reese, 2 Geri Neese, 3 Darlene Marsh, 4 Cassie Merkle, 5 Kathy Burd, 6 Carol Barlow, 7 Joyce McIntyre, 8 Lorraine Bundy, 9 Amy Smith, 10 Sue Edson, 11 Tammy Onink, 12 Debbie Braley, 13 Julie Loomis, 14 Lori Craker, 15 Jackie Phinney, 16 Evelyn Belin, 17 Stacey Park, 18Chris Lindell, 19 Karla Smith, 20 Mary Williams, 21 Cindy Peterson, 22 Kathy Joy, 23 Trudy Abbott, 24 Cheri Black, 25 Julie Himes, 26 Kim Howard, 27 Judy Martin, 28 Terri Means. I Cindy Warner, 2 Barb Lemmon, 3 Robin Jones, 4 Debbie Repine, 5 Donna Wilson, 6 Teresa Shaffer, 7 Judy Jones, 8 Roxanne Lyon, 9 Jerry Pangborn, 10 Evelyn Belin, II Pam Smith, 12 Ginny Jones, 13 Debbie Wilson, 14 Melia Moore, 15 Chris Baily, 16 Lois Consla, 17 Scott Smith, 18 Sandy Schnarrs, 19 Wendy Mangini, 20 Lynette Rowley, 21 Kim Coy. Library Assistants F.F.A one hundred twenty-five - w The Future Farmers of America is a club for boys who have been studying Vocational Agriculture in high school, and who will make this part of their career upon graduation. It is organized nationally and we have to follow rules and regulations by the National F.F.A. Members are allowed to be members of F.F.A. for 3 years after high school graduation. The activities range from fun nights in the gym to selling seeds and fruit. We have a donkey basketball game and a Parent and Son banquet honoring our parents each year. Officers are: Randy Brown, President; David Blair, Vice President; Carl Johnson, Secretary, Doug Lawson, Treasurer; John Williams, Reporter; Duane Morning-star, Sentinel; Larry Stanton, Parliamentarian; and Mr. Raymond Carey, Advisor. 1 Dane Wadsworth, 2 Dave Lester, 3 Bob Spencer, 4 George Kline, 5 Gary Stoddard, 6 Terry Jones, 7 Burdette Gregory, 8 Richard Lauffenburger, 9 Gene Yoder, 10 Richard Thrope, 11 Tom Watson, 12 Sam Kellog, 13 Sam Borland, 14 Mark Matthews, 15 Edward Kuzminski, 16 Scott Lindell, 17 Jake Linde 11, 18 Tim Lester, 19 George Hitchcock, 20 Craig Dahler, 21 Alton Chase, 22 Mr. Carey, 23 John Williams, 24 Doug Lawson, 25 Carl Johnson, 26 David Blair, 27 John Mortenson, 28 Larry Stanton. A.V.-Stage Crew 1 Gerry Holt, 2 Mr. Crowthers, 3 Brian Lindquist, 4 Chris Wright, 5 Bill Rollinger, 6 Chris Lindell.Future Homemakers of America is a club for Senior High girls interested in developing skills and attitudes that will contribute to their future role as "homemakers of tomorrow. " Their goals are aimed toward growth as an individual, a student, and a member of the community. This year the girls are making patchwork lap robes for hospital patients. The fund raising project was the sale of stationery. First Semester Officers are: President: Tammy Darr, Vice-President: Claudia Murphey, Secretary: Dixie Blair, Treasurer: Mary McMillen; Second semester officers are: President Claudia Murphey, Vice-President: Wnedy Mangini, Secretary: Dixie Blair, and Treasurer: Nora Morton. The advisors are Mrs. Siefert and Mrs. Rolls. There are 28 members in the club. 1 Brenda Pratz, 2 Donna Savko, 3 Elaine Smith, 4 Debra Perrin, 5 Claudia Murphey, 6 Jean Bergstrom, 7 Teresa Shaffer, 8 Susan Collins, 9 Kathy Briggs, 10 Mary McMillan, 11 Mrs. Seifert, 12 Tammy Darr, 13 Brenda Miller, 14 Lois Consla, 15 Shelly Ristau. 16 Joy Chase, 17 Debbie Blair, 18 Dawn Tnompson. v Youth Education Association Future Homemakers of AmericaA 1 Robin Jones, 2 Joan Knapp, 3 Cathy Fehlman, 4 Cathy Akeley, 5 Cindy Carlson, 6 Sherilyn Rollinger, 7 Pam Merkle, 8 Elaine Brown, 9 Darlene Miller, 10 Lynn Sanden, 11 Diana Cable, 12 Randy Turner, 13 Karen BloomgTen, 14 Art Stewart, 15 Ella Barrett, 16 Dale Drum, 17 Sandy Clark, 18 Melvin Custer, 19 Joye Pick, 20 Cathy Hoiser, 21 Mark VanOrd, 22 Terri Anderson, 23 Karen Kane, 24 Linda Spade, 25 Loretta Brunecz, .26 Ginny Jones, 27 John Almendinger, 28 Mrs. Norton, 29 Kathy Troutman, 30 Debbie Wilson, 31 Linda Church, 32 Gale Resh, 33 Bonnie Newark. We've changed our name from PFTA which was established in 1937, to Pennsylvania Youth Education Association (PYEA) in 1973. PYEA's primary purpose is to represent the educational interests of secondary school students and to insure their involvement in supporting and improving education. Officers are: President: Linda Church, Vice-President: Arthur Stewart, Secretary: Elaine Brown, Treasurer: Gale Resh, and Advisor: Mrs. Pauline Norton.1 Donna Cathacart, 2 Carmen Wilcox, 3 Julie Martin, 4 Christine Linde 11, 5 Becky Hale, 6 Anita Gregory, 7 Julie Darts, 8 Cheryl Manross, 9Sonia Dyke, 10 Luanne Stockton, 11 Maria Proves, 12 Carrie Mack, 13 Sherri Himes, 14 Cheryl W'ilson, 15 Brenda Phillips, 16 Vicki Peters, 17 Maryetta Couse. Office AssistantSA v Nurse's Assistants 1 Mrs. Schorman, 2 Chris Lindell, 3 Polly Mangini, 4 Sharon Perrin, 5 Brenda Burnett, 6 Sherry M. Lindell, 7 Laurie Shepherd, 8 Karen Flasher, 9 Nyla Thelin, 10 Beth Abbot. one hundred twenty-seven Senior Choir Tenor and Bass 1. Vivian Borland, 2. Maryetta Couse, 3. Linda Anderson, 4. Kendra Jones, 5. Cindy Holden, 6. Kim Hunt, 7. Cindy Warner, 8. Roxanne Lyons, 9. Cindy Gruber, 10. Cassie Merkle, 11. Stephanie Bauer, 12. Nadean Brown, 13. Karen Carlson, 14. Marilyn Hinsdale, 15. April Moore, 16. Bonnie Newark, 17. Cheryl Burch, 18. Teresa Shaffer, 19. Karen Clark, 20. Dianne Burch. Senior Choir Soprano 2 V 1. Bruce Cable, 2. Dean Stanton, 3. Tim McFarland, 4, Don Landin, 5. Mark Martin, 6. Mike Manross, 7. Scott Smith, 8. Amie Atewart, 9. Larry Schultz, 10. Dan Burd, 11. Boyd Shaffer, 12. Steve Sanden.1 Laura Swanson, 2 Pam Merkle, 3 Debbie Lindsay, 4 Debbie Dunn, 5 Carol Coffaro, 6 Anita Gregory, 7 Marla Groves, 8 Debbie Brennen, 9 Melia Moore, 10 Cathy Jenkins, 11 Cheryl Manross, 12 Kim Scott, 13 Sue Bush, 14 Edith Falconer. Senior Choir Soprano 1 a Senior Choir Altos 1 Shirley Park, 2 Trucy Sisk, 3 Loretta Brunecz, 4 Sandy Clark, 5 Yvonne Abbey, 6 Jone Knapp, 7 Barb White, 8 Karen Kane, 9 Joyce McIntyre, 10 Amy Smith, 11 Debbie Braley, 12 Cheri Black, 13 Sherri Himes, 14 Barb Lemmon, 15 Kathy Burd, 16 Gale Resh, 17 Darlene Marsh, 18 Wendy Allen, 19 Cathy Fehlman, 20 Dianne Cable. one hundred twenty-nine1 Kaye Cochran, 2 Sharon Burch, 3 Len Jones, 4 Sue Landin, 5 Karen Cable, 6 Connie Bundy, 7 Sandy Hagberg, 8 Carla Smith, 9 Diane Westfall, 10 Darlene Jones, 11 Sue Edson, 12 Laurie Smith, 13 Elaine Smith, 14 Donna Savko, 15 Caroline Peters, 16 Melissa Arthur, 17 Pam Smith, 18 Julie Moore, 19 Veronica Fredricks, 20 Rhonda McIntyre, 21 Chris Wright, 22 Jerri Holt, 23 Sue Roberts, 24 Janet Osborne, 25 Denise Brecht, 26 Jean Berkstrom. 1 Vivian Borland, 2 Donna Blair, 3 Andrea Jones, 4 Julie Rapp, 5 Cindy Thompson, 6 Kristin Hunz-inger, 7 Cathy Joy, 8 Lori Craker, 9 Patti Wilcox, 10 Nancy White, 11 Tracey Hunzinger, 12 Linda Foxx, 13 Reeda Nelson, 14 Julie Himes, 15 Marjory Shaffer, 16 Kim Keller, 17 Jan Lester, 18Andrea Glotz, 19 LindaReese, 20Cindy Abbey, 21 Judy Martin, 22 Cindy Akeley, 23 Laura Godden, 24 Shirley Christensen, 25 Wendy Durlin, 26 Sue Lester. Junior Choir Soprano 1 Soprano 2 Junior Choir1 Linda Briggs, 2 Janice Dow, 3 Debbie Spade, 4 Sue Shephard, 5 Kim Howard, 6 Jackie Fhin-ney, 7 Charles Swanson, 8 Stacey Park, 9 Tom Ristau, 10 Julie Sopher, 11 Judy Rodgers, 12 Sandy Warner, 13 Bob Chase, 14 Mary Williams, 15 Dean Sumner, 16 Dawn Thompson, 17 Tammy Onink, 18 Edith Falconer, 19 Sue Collins, 20 Lenny Gray, 21 Steve Braley, 22 Paul Landin, 23 Ron Wilson, 24 Scott Smith, 25 Dale Bennett, 26 Randy York, 27 Chris Bailey. •cjunior Choir Altos District Choir 1 Scott Smith, 2 Melia Moore, 3 Steve Sanden, 4 Laura Swanson, 5 Gale Resh, 6 Cathy Fehlman, 7 Diana Cable.A E.H.S. "Knights” Marching Band cColorguard 1 Sandy Clark, 2 Amy Smith, 3 Karen Kane, 4 Debbie Lindsay, 5 Cathie Burd, 6 Marie Kibbey.Seniors v 1 Laura Swanson, 2 Veryl Jones, 3 Mark Morton, 4 Dale Ann Brown, 5 Kim Linde 11, 6 Corey Akeley. Officers v 1 Mark Morton, 2 Pamela Merkle, 3 Debbie Lindsay, 4 Dale Ann Brown, 5 Dudley Cable, 6 Ken Sanden, 7 Steve Sanden, 8 Cathie Fehlman, 9 Diana Cable, 10 Dale Drum. Rank Leaders v I Cindy Marsh, 2 Ken Landin, 3 Mark Stanton, 4 Steve VanOrd, 5 Ed Young, 6 Jeff Landin, 7 Dick Hutley, 8 Mark Landin, 9 Mike Donaldson, 10 Mark VanOrd, II Art Stewart, 12 Dave Bosko, 13 Kenny Steber, 14 Dean Campbell, 15 Bob Olds, 16 Benny Yaegle, 17 Lynn Sanden, 18 Cathie Akeley, 19 Dale Drum, 20 Diana Cable, 21 Don Landin, 22 Gale Resh, 23 Steve Sanden, 24 Shawn Decker, 25 Dean Stanton, 26 Ella Barrett. Absent Mark Morton. a Senior Band Brass and Stage Bass Senior Band Percussion v 1 Robin Webster, 2 Sharon Dow, 3 Corey Akeley, 4 Don Nelson, 5 Philip Dykp, 6 Joyce McIntyre, 7 Steve Bauer, Absent: Kent Sanden, Veryl Jones, Don Hulihan.Senior Band Woodwinds 1 Kathy Olds, 2 Melia Moore, 3 Cindy Carlson, 4 Linda Spade, 5 Randy Turner, 6 Melvin Custer, 7 Tim Huber, 8 Nora Morton, 9 Nadean Brown, 10 Amy Smith, 11 Sonja Dyke, 12 Barb Lemmon, 13 Dale Ann Brown, 14 Shari 11 Sanders, 15 Cathie Fehlman, 16 Kathy Burd, 17 Karen Kane, 18 Barb Peterson, 19 Marlene Osborne, 20 Carol Coffaro, 21 Kim Linde 11, 22 Pamela Merkle, 23 Cassie Merkle, 24 Terrie Anderson, 25 Wendy Mangini. Absent Nora Morton, Marilyn Hinsdale, Rosella Edwards, Stephanie Bauer, Sean Abbott, Julia Morton, Dudley Cable. Senior Band Officers 1 Pam Merkle, 2 Ed Young, 3 Steve Sandcn, 4 Art Stewart. one hundred thirty-fivevjunior Band—High Brass 1 Cindy Akeley, 2 Terry Schaffer, 3 Sam Frangi-one, 4 Tracy Hunzinger, 5 Doug Morton, 6 Mark Steber, 7 Mark Swankee, 8 Debbie Spade, 9 Janice Nelson, 10 Jan Legere, 11 Nancy White, 12 Paul Landin, 13 Dave Young, 14 Dee Dee Barrett, 15 Sue Landin, 16 Rhonda McIntyre, 17 Sandy Warner, Absent: Roger Brown, Paula White. Junior Band- 1 Eric Donaldson, 2 Cayne Linde 11, 3 Steve Cable, 4 Jim Embrey, 5 Toby Spelling, 6 Ann Ewer, 7 Mike Williams, 8 Jack Wells, 9 Bob Fredricks, 10 Dale MclntyTe, 11 Neal Lassinger, 12 Mark Johnson, 13 Chris Murphy, 14 Jeff Nelson, 15 Richard Jennings, 16 Laurie Chase, 17 Linda Foxx, Absent. Bob Peterson, Chris Johnson. Low Brass PercussioriA Junior Band Woodwinds v HAlj ] injtj rJ 1 Sara Beyeler, 2 Rita Nelson, 3 Joy Pick, 4 Vicki Rosendahl, 5 Larry Hildum, 6 Pete Mangini, 7 Linda Briggs, 8 Janice Dow, 9 Fred Strickland, 10 Sue Edson, 11 Sue Porter, 12 Scott Smith, 13 Barb Phillips, 14 Cheryl Hanson, 15 Julie Rapp, 16 Rose DeRcmer, 17 Pam Sopher, 18 Debbie Pratz, 19 Sandy Schnars, 20 Mary Smith, 21 Lorie Tutmaher, 22 Janet Osborne, 23 Maryann Giordano, 24 Karen Sanden, 25 Julie Phillips, 26 Linda Mazzu, 27 Judy Martin, 28 Patty Wilcox, 29 Kristen Hunzinger, 30 Stacy Park, Absent: Earl Smith, David Smith. 1 Corey Akeley, 2 Dave Bosko, 3 Diana Cable, 4 Sonja Dyke, 5 Dale Ann Brown. District Band mUmilmi V P t vonv Woodwind Ensemble 1 Pam Merkle, 2 Cathie Fehlman, 3 Cathy Akeley, 4 Cindy Carlson, 5 Linda Spade, Absent: Nora Morton, Stephanie Bauer, Marilyn Hinsdale. 1 Cindy Marsh, 2 Steve VanOrd, 3 Ed Young, 4 Art Stewart, 5 Mark VanOrd, 6 Dale Drum 7 Diana Cable, 8 Ella Barrett, 9 Shawn Decker, 10 Steve Sanden, 11 Gale Resh. Brass Ensemble a1 Corey Akeley, 2 Robin Webster, 3 Steve Bauer, 4 Joyce McIntyre, Absent: Kent Sanden. 1 Diana Cable, 2 Joyce McIntyre, 3 Dave Bosko, 4 Corey Akeley, 5 Gale Resh., 6 Steve Sanden, 7 Shawn Decker, 8 Ella Barrett, 9 Kenny Steber, 10 Cathie Fehlman, 11 Dick Hutley, 12 Art Stewart, 13 Ed Young, 14 MarkVan-Ord, 15 Sonja Dyke, 16 Nora Morton, 17 Barb Lemmon, 18 Dale Ann Brown, 19 Amy Smith. Absent: Dudley Cable, Mark Morton, Kent Sanden. Percussion Ensemble v a IKE “High Tones"—Dance Band one hundred thirty-nineLancers The Lancers, a girls drill team, is very active marching in parades during the summer. Some of the parades are: Niagara Falls Maid of the Mist Parade; the televised Penn State Parade; and the State Championship Parade, usually held in Pittsburgh or Harrisburg. In this past summer we had many first places and several second places. Since we are a self-supporting group, we have many money-making projects. Our big project is the Tag Days in the spring. We have made up to $1000. We have dances, rummage sales, and bake sales. We also sell numerous other items such as stationary, candles, and candy. Summer is not the only time we march. In the fall we march at the half time during the football games and occasionally at the half time during the basketball games. Our goal this year is to achieve the title of "State Champions for 1973. " Colorguard 1 Pam Melquist, 2 Gale Frahm, Debbie Grieb, 4 Anita Gregory. 1 Geri Neese, 2 Kendra Jones, 3 Claudia, 4 Sally Eggleston, 5 Gale Frahm, 6 Julie Darts, 7 Karen Bloom gren. 1 Becky Greib, 2 Jody Hodges, 3 Anne Brown, 4 Laurie Shephard. Drummers vEntirev Corps I Sara Beyeler, 2 Cathy Akeley, 3 Carol Bloomgren, 4 Kathy Joy, 5 Karla Smith, 6 Stacey Parks, 7 Darlene Drum, 8 Gwen Woodin, 9 Maureen Mager, 10 Cindy Abbey, II Kathy Briggs, 12 Kathy Grieb. 1 Kendra Jones, 2 Kim Hunt, 3 Karen Clark, 4 Linda Spade, 5 Sally Eggleston, 6 Anita Gregory, 7 Becky Grieb, 8 Karen Carlson, 9 Jody Hodges, 10 Laurie Shephard, 11 Ginny Lundberg, 12 Julie Darts, 13 Pam Melquist, 14 Gale Frahm, 15 Cheryl Kitchel, 16 Diane Luther, 17 Darcy Walker, 18 Gerie Neese, 19 Claudia Murphey, 20 Julie Loomis, 21 Amy Lundberg, 22 Lisa Brecht, 23 Debbie Grieb, 24 Nyla Thelin, 25 Anne Brown, 26 Karen Bloomgren. New Members 1 Diane Luther, 2 Amy Lund-berg, 3 Ginny Lundberg, 4 Karen Clark, 5 Karen Carlson, 6 Linda Spade, 7 Nyla Thelin, 8 Julie Loomis, 9 Lisa Brecht, 10 Darcy Walker, 11 Cheryl Kitchel, 12 Kim Hunt.R 1 Karen Sanders, 2 Darlene Marsh, 3 Diana Cable, 4 Caimen Wilcox, 5 Madeline Southwell, 6 Joyce Lindell, 7 Nyla Thelin, 8 Julie Martin, 9 Pam Melquist, 10 Lee Riley, 11 Cindy Marsh, 12 Barb Lemmon, 13 Anne Brown, 14 Diedra Benson, 15 Darla Brecht, 16 Wendy Allen, 17 Mr. Hoffman, 18 Mr. Engstrom, 19 Debbie Grieb, 20 Brenda Decker, 21 Linda Church, 22 Sally Hanson, 23 Kathy Bloomgren, 24 Winnie Block, 25 Mary Carlberg, 26 Jody Hodges, 27 Kendra Jones, 28 Donna Cathacart, 29 Caroline Carlberg, 30 Ruth Lawson, 31 Kim Lindell, 32 Mara Levinson, 33 CinderbellesOfficers Chairwoman: Connie Bauer Secretary: Veryl Jones Treasurer: Kim Lindell Historian: Caroline Carlberg Public Relations: Mara Levinson Photography: Ruth Lawson Statistician: Shelly Shaffer Board of Directors: Seniors: Debbie Grieb Donna Cathcart Junior: Kathy Bloomgren Sophomore: Mary Carlberg Freshman: Darlene Marsh Once upon a time there was a bunch of gals And they were known as CINDER -BELLES They had their rulebooks and they sure had fun At officiating track meets they are number one. CINDERBELLES! Track and field officials CINDERBELLES They have lots of fun CINDERBELLES! Track and field officials At officiating track meets they are number one. Loyalty Song To Cinderbelles for all to see We pledge our lasting loyalty. We lift our books of rules on high Enthusiasm is our cry. As we lift these books together Cinderbelles forever true We'll always be true to you We'll always be true to you! Motto: We act as though comfort and luxury were the chief requirements of life when all that we need to make us happy is something to be enthusiastic about.nN I s, BEST OF WISHIN’ FROM JOE TISHEN -' n V' J.T. SAYS— JIVE WHEN YA GIT YO’ DIPLOMA. Thu .fVKt I !) Ok DU Hi 0 TO C'Rfy MAY Au y K-;R DAYS 6t fill! D u iIH(’Rt V U K 'j mi out v iO Y m win Tji Ay rMl AIM 1 WO JIVJl Odds 'n Ends The Rookies—the colorguard Concentration—English 11 Love American Style—E. L. GJ.T. Beat the Clock—between mods Sesame Street—Mr. Brunecz's class Big Valley—Lander Untamed World—the girls' locker room Commander Tom--Tom Eagleton Temperature's Rising—Mr. Ross Beany G Cecil—C. H. G D.B. All in the Family—IMC Pieces of April—S.F. G T.F. Last Song—Mr. Casler Witchy Woman—L. W. Don't Expect me to be your friend—J.K. G T.F. Be my Baby—D. B. G M. L. I'm a Believer—C.H. I Think I Love you—B.N. G J. W. Funnyface—Jo and Cat Do you want to dance—G.H. G C.H. Last Kiss—D.F. GA.M. All I Ever Need is You—Bonnie G John We'll Go Our Separate Ways—J.H. G L. U. I'd Love You to Want Me—L. F. G J. K. Two Divided By Love—C. H. G M. R. Nice to Be With You—Tom G Lolly Once upon a time there was a WITCHY WOMAN. She came upon a werewolf singing his LAST SONG. The name of the song was PIECES OF APRIL. He said I THINK WE'RE ALONE NOW. She said DON'T EXPECT ME TO BE YOUR FRIEND. He looked at her and said, BE MY BABY. She paused and said, I THINK I LOVE YOU. He looked at her and replied, I'M A BELIEVER. Carol, Thanks for being the best German partner I ever had. Deb J.C., Thanks for being the best teacher and friend a student could ever have. Deb EISENHOWER'S Full or jut- fta KOTlFUL PEOPLV, RELIABLE FURNITURE COMPANY 31 PENNA. AVE. EAST WARREN, PENNA. 723-1951 RELIABLE F URNITURE COMPANY 31 PENNA. AVE. EAST W ARREN, PENNA. 723-1951 RELIABLE FURNITURE COMPANY 31 PENNA. AVE. EAST WARREN, PE NNA. 723-1951 RELIABLE FURNITURE COMPAN Y 31 PENNA. AVE. EAST WARREN, PENNA. 7 23-1951 RELIABLE FURNITURE COMPANY 31 PE NNA. AVE. EAST WARREN, PENNA. 723-1951 RELIABLE FURNITURE COMPANY 31 PENNA. AV E. EAST WARREN, PENNA. 723-1951 RELIABLE FURNITURE COMPANY 31 PENNA. AVE. EAST W ARREN, PENNA. 723-1951 RELIABLE FURNITURE COMPANY 31 PENNA. AVE. 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