Elk Grove High School - Montage Yearbook (Elk Grove Village, IL)

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M fg? 15. , gf. a 1 H3 11.1. .14 Sm Q .433-1 ., 1 . ef , fig: 523 712 45 5 15 X Xxx XXX X xX5XX X R MGNTAGE '70 Elk Grove High School Elk Grove Village, Illinois Volume IV Ilia! Edit-or . . ., , Ass't Editor Layolit' . . . Art .... Business . . Advisors . . , n X Wgymi Eilefen Schmidt Kathy' Dolby A ' 1JLidy Retzks sl Sherri Konishi .Pam Krplll - ', L - Barb Siemiargowski ' Mfs. Layong Holt Four years ago Elk Grove High School was just a blueprint. It emerged on a barren field from skeletons of steel into the Elk Grove High School we know today. How could we forget-for X Elk Grove H 'W M "' ,I iL,.,,.,,',1, i Q ,X f I1 Wx, u r.: - ' - .1 .. o . ' ' ' VC V -f , 1 '?:,1- ,jf , 3 A A ' . 7. 5-J 5 A w k: f' K-ww 'Riff 5. " gi! QPQ1' 5 i,:,3'35?,s'3"f.v1?2?',a.L.' ,kgs gn- f1b,'iK,1:L V fffM4 A.5.ffQf i.f3g'f'Qy., , js -if 1 Wg vi' A - ,- if E L , 'Gila-' fi-i w fzftgf 11 f ?fj :o ?2f4 ,.,gwgggj,-vf fg, ,EYE-i?1',f'x 1 'M ,,,hg,,l,,I' ,- 1 I. 9, . QV f ., ,J "1 1 ,4fC3'.!ff', :af A 'fi 'ESU' fl' ff. 43, f fi rf" 5.35-gffe . QI-3. 1? glgfylgiogz -,:f,f:'-4--.UZ - 'f vm- f ,. 1 fri:- f,'.,sM vyf fo .aqif f- -T.'?n,e'? N' 25 ggLQ1'fQj if E ,ii gcif, 44' J- 1 127629 , q A: ,.,, A m , 33+ I y, . -. wg + if .,f'+. iff: s,. c - Q. . . , ,f. f, hid. fs ,iii lx I N ,ytbzwyl i 'V 1-' f12,QQ'Jig' i-J ' ' j School, you are my school . . . 5 R O 3 K i + o my , , HAA, , W., .5 y , , . PROLOGUE 5 . . . let me sing your praise Although Elk Grove - High School has only been in existence for four years, e y Grenadiers have -mf- os it if 5, fw brought much in s honor to our school. These 1 ' honors include not only the accomplishments but also the enthusiasm with tle' which Grenadiers say v' ' , 'N W? fl ma gi. Qc H2 I U "w....z PROLOGUE Homecoming was the one activity of the year that included both past and present Grenadiers. Its excitement and suspense was felt not only by the candidates but by the student body as Well. We remember spirit week, coronation, the parade, and La Fete, These are our - 'AE fy - fig, 312, 1' fa+f,- VM. '- Z. .- If 4,3 A' is ,gif .BQ 'Q fi V- iff' f""M fp '124 .fifgff .. ,v .J -A rx I N ' ' f , f.Lfwi5:"Wz-r.f ...Vinyl 'L -ig' . memories . . . how they linger and grow Elk Grove is one of the few schools that can boast a campus made by nature as well as by man. Our spring and fall sports are performed against a background of colorful foliage. Elk Grove, often referred to as the garden spot of District 214, was established . . . by the forest ..n- . ab? ,L . decked in all its splendor Sports, a major activity of Elk Grove High School, provides its students with year-round athletic entertainment. Each individual team tries its hardest to be Worthy of Grenadier Spirit. In our victories and despite our defeats Grenadiers through our A 1 W., 05 if iw. V. 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H1 75,31 , 3u::Lff3q,f "'r+'.,:.f5','2 -'s.,--.QE 15,,1:,wf4: jk' .lcpgggj 11iXgfia1,"g5igq' . - 7 W gil K ms E' 'ea Q jk 7 Y?-7' at B0tf.0rn ROW: Maribeth J0hHSi0l'l, Denny Rambo. Terry Morris: Novak, Kris Peterson: Top Row: Quincey Lowing John LaFay Row 2: Lynn Leopardo, Nancy Beyer, Wendy Berns, Bobbi Kuhn, Donna Sronkoskiq Row 3: Lynn Evans, Charna Tringali, Claudia ette, Dennis Oltz, Bob Hilgers, Jeannie Weadley. We were the Seniors, that was very clear The Senior class of 1970 has the honor of being the first class to go through all four years at EGHS. During these four years the class of '70 has earned the reputation of having leadership and responsibility. Our responsibility started as Freshmen when we sponsored a fun night which brought in that year's largest crowd and profit. As Sophomores we sponsored the turn-about, "Spring Fever," and won the canned food drive. Our reward for winning was having the Senior president eat raw asparagus. In our Junior year we won the canned food drive again. With eagerness and spirit we sponsored the Powder Puff football game and the most wonderful night of the year, the Prom, "Cherish" In our Senior year, our leadership and respon- sibility reached their peak. We showed spirit by building the Queen's float and winning first prize for, the stationary float at Homecoming. We also pre- sented "Frosted Fantasy." Senior Sue Swanson once predicted that we would succeed "as long as there was a hint of spirit and determination." For the class of '70, 'tit was not a hint but a shout." 0 SILNIIORS This stationary float describes our rise to graduation A l X V Abernathy, Linda-G.R.A. 1. Girls' Glee Club 2. Pep Club 2. Concert Choir 3.4. Leaders' Club 3,4. Tri-M 3,4 lTreasurer 47. Pom-Pon Squad 4. Abraham, Arnold John-Tennis 1,2. A.V. 1,2,3. Adamazyh, Matt-Chess Club 1,2. Science Club 1,2. Transferred from Orr High School. Adreon, Stephen-Football 1. A-Band 1,2. Trans- ferred from Pamona High School. Aiello, Raymond. Albert, Clifford-Fall Play 1,2,3,4. Winter Play 2, 3. Spring Play 2,3. Contest Play 3. N.H.S. 3,4. Drama Club 1,2,3,4. National Thespians 3,4. Altamore, Susan. Ancona, Jerome-Cross Country 1,2,3. Track 1,2. . Wrestling 1,2,3,4 lAll-Conference 37. Letter- men's Club 1,2,3,4 lVice-President 47. Student Council 3. Anderson, Joy-Art Club 1,2,3 lVice-President 1, President 27. Presidents' Club 2. SIS Advisory Board 2. N.H.S. 2,3,4. 4-semester honor pin. History Rite Award. Antosch, Joan-G.R.A. 1. Chorus 1.2. Latin Club 1, 2. Pep Club 1,2,3. Library Club 3. Ski Club 4. Transferred from Aquinans Dominican High School. Armstrong, Beth-MONTAGE 2. Girls' Glee Club 3 lVice-President 37. Choir 4. Madrigals 4. Drama Club 3. Folk Music Club 3. V-Show 3. Tri-M 4. Arnt, Cheryl-Pep Club 1. Nurse's Aide 2,3. D.O. 4. Aronson, Marsha-Business Ed. Club 2. Equestrian Club 3. H.E.R.O. 4. Arsenault, Joseph-Football 1,2. Wrestling 1. Track 1. Chess Club 1,2. Jets 2. Astronomy Club 2. Math Club 2. A.V. 1,2,3,4. Transferred from Weber High School. Ashby, Richard-Basketball 1. Golf 2. Transferred from Fenton High School. Augustine, Denise-Cheerleading 1,2,3,4 1Captain 3, Co-Captain 4.7 Student Council 1,2,3,4 iRecord- ing Secretary 47. Christmas Ball Attendant 2. Homecoming Court Attendant 4. Austin, Dan. Bachus, Larry-Basketball 1. Track 1.2.3. Key Club 3,4. Leaders 3,4. Bailey, Gary-Baseball 2,3,4 fManager 2,3,47. Bi- ology Club 1. French Club 2. Business Ed. Club 2,3,4. Baldin, Laura-Art Club 1. Girls' Glee Club 1. Barnes, Anita-0.0. 4 1Treasurer 47. Barranco, Christopher-Knot pictured7. Transferred from Roosevelt High School. Bartley, Doyle. Bust, Pamela. Bateman, Colleen-French Club 1,2. Pep Club 1,2. Class board 1,2. A.V. 3 1Student secretary 37. Orchesis 3,4. s f .am 3 ' . g G ii x:.g .fs we 01155 ,J 3 15? . X. oi. 3L,1,,g ' 532' gl 1 . M. , Air . .,.'v . 'iz' slid' . S51 sn' H" ..?' ' Q .tiff f2'?"- SIL. I-flilii - 22 SENIORS 14? Bateman, Mary Ann-Freshmen Girls' Chorus 1. Girls' Glee Club 2. Latin Club 1. Bauaro, Carolyn-Piano 1. Ballet 1.2. Spanish Club 2.3. Mission Club 2,3 1Treasurer 33. Student Council 2. Transferred from Madonna High School. Bauaro, Sunday Adele-Knot pictured3. G.A.A. 3. Music Appreciation 1. Ballet 1. Transferred from Madonna High School. Beahan, Jeanette-History Rite Award. Pep Club 1, 2.3. Science Club 2. Beck, Christine Karen-G.R.A. 1.2. German Club 1, 2,3 lSecretary 33. Ski Club 1,2,3.4. F.T.A. 4. 4-semester honor pin. Becker. Steven-Wrestling 1.2. Tennis 2. Winter Play 2. 4-semester honor pin. A.V. 2,3,4. Bernard, Sheilah-G,R.A. 1 lSecretary3. Pom-Pon Squad 3.4. 4-semester honor pin. Creative Writing Club 1. Spanish Club 2.3. Pep Club 2.3. N.H.S. 3.4 tSecretary 43. Pan Language Club 4. I.F.S. Foreign Exchange Student 4. Berns. Wendy Lynn-Pep Club 1.2. G.R.A. 1.2. Cheerleading 2,3,4. Student Council 1. Class Board 3.4. Berthold, Debra-Pep Club 1. G.R.A. 1.2. Office Guide 3. Office Occupations 4 1Vice-President 43. Beyer. Nancy-Cheerleading 1. Pom-Pon Squad 3 Freshman Showcase 1. Individual Speech 2.3.4 Winter Play 2. Fall Play 3. Variety Show 4 G.R.A. 1. Orchesis 2.4. Bieze, Terry-D.E. 4 1Treasurer 43. Bigham, Belinda Jean. Bilhuber, Wendy Ellen-Art Club 1.4. GUARDIAN 4. Blaski, Ellen Mary-Art Club 1.2. Student Council 2. Transferred from Evanston Township High School. Blazek, Barbara-Pep Club 1,2.3,4. French Club 1.2. Boebel, Robert-Football 1.3. Basketball 1. Bollmann, Larry. Bonouich, Virginia Ann-Pep Club 1. Folk Arts 2. Borzewski Charmaine-Home Ec. Club 1.2. Art Club 3.4. Boyer. Jeffery Jason-Football 1.2. Basketball 1.2. 3.4. Baseball 1,2.3,4. Leaders 3.4. Bragg. Brenda-Pep Club 1.2. F.H.A. 2. Brantner, Douglas-German Club 1.2.3. Trans- ferred from Stephen Decatur High School. Brennan, Michelle-Leaders 3.4. Pep Club 1.2. G.R.A. 1.2. Leaders' Club 3.4. Flashers 4. Wrestlettes 4. Office Guide 3.4. Brown, Gary-Drama Club 3.4. National Thespians 3.4. Rifle Club 1. Biology Club 1. Class Board 1 Browning, Robert-Spanish Rite Award. Brzycki, Norbert-Transferred from St. Francis de Salles High School. Butterfield, Dennis-Baseball 1,2. Football 1. Rifle Club 2. Transferred from Marsh High School. Byrne, Kevin-Football 1,2,3. Track 2. Wrestling 4. N.H.S. 2,3,4. 4-semester honor pin. Latin Club 2.3.4. Computer Club 3, Anthropology Club 4. Student Council 4. Caldwell, Ann E,-G.R.A. 1,4. Freshmen Girls' Chorus. Ski Club 3.4. Home Ec. Club 3. Host- ess Club 4. Office Guide 3,4. Teacher's Aide 3,4. Callahan, Michael Alan-Swimming 1,2,3,4. Track 1.3. Tennis 2. Concert Band 1,2. Lettermen's Club 4. Aquatics Club 4. Camphouse, James Raymond-Basketball 1,2,3. Cross Country tManager 13. Homecoming Court Escort 4. Cardwell, Terry-Track 1,2. Cross Country 2. Football 3. Baseball 3. Basketball 3. Student Play 3. Transferred from Fruitdale High School. Carone, Gail-Symphonic Band 1,2. Marching Band 2,3. Carroll, Cecilia-P.A.A. 1,2,3. Art Club 1. Drama Club 2,3. Glee Club 2. N.H.S. 3.4. French Club 1,2,3. Student Council 2,3 tTreasurer 31. Transferred from St. Patrick Academy. Carroll, Christine-P.A.A. 1,2,3. Girls' Track Team 2. Girls' Basketball 3. Art Club 1, Glee Club 2. Drama Club 2. N.H.S. 3,4. French Club 1,2,3. Student Council 2.3. Transferred from St. Patrick Academy. Cassara, Linda, Castiglione, Marie-Pep Club 1. Art Club 2. H.E.R.O. 4 CVice-president 43. L ,xl I A. 51 4 . 'ff' af' f Foreign studies furthered our education I 1 ' as F3 Sm A .. fwx, .xi SENIORS 23 Q5 f Q new , as-"L 2 "' As Seniors, W Coil, Daniel-Band 1,2,3. Spanish Club 1,2. Coll, Terry C.-Basketball 1,2,3,4. Baseball 1,2. Cross Country 1. Leaders 3,4. Condon, Suzanne Monica-French Club 1,2. Pep Club 1,3. Leaders 3,4. Leaders' Club 3,4 lSec- retary 45. Class Board 3. Connery, Maureen Ann-Girls' Tennis 3. Fresh- men Girls' Chorus 1. Glee Club 2,3. Choir 4. Stage Crew 3,4. G.R.A. 1,2,3,4. Pep Club 3,4. Cook, Sheryl. Cook, William-Marching Band 1,2,3,4. Symphonic Band 1,2,3,4. Jazz Band 2.3.4. V-Show 2,4. Tri-M 2,3,4. Cooper, Gail-Pep Club 1,2. G.R.A. 2,4. Art Club 2. Folk Music Club 3. Ski Club 3. Student Coun- cil 1. Copeland, Sandra-Band 1,2. V-Show 1,2. Orchestra 1,2. Tri-M 2. Pep Club 1,2. Ski Club 2. Class Board 1. SIS Advisory Board 2. Crawford, Paul D.-Football 1,2,3,4. Basketball 1, 2,3. D.E. 4. Lettermen's Club 4. Creedon, Richard David-lnot picturedj. Gymnas- tics 1. A.V. 1,2,3. Crispe, John C.-A.V. 1,2. Czarnecki, Alan-lnot picturedl. Czarnecki, Peter R.-A.V. 1,2,3. GUARDIAN 1. MONTAGE 1,2,3. Dahl, Bonnie-H.E.R.O. 4 fTreasurer 41. 24 SILNIORS Cating, Charles Edward-Concert Choir 1,2,3,4. Modern Madrigals 4. Tri-M 3,4. Biology Club 2. Business Club 3. Junior Achievement 4 fProduction Manager 47. Cating, Harry Joseph-Swimming 2. Marching Band 1,2,3. Concert Band 3. Concert Choir 4. Biolo- gy Club 1. Folk Music Club 2. Scale Modeling Club 3. Cavanagh, Micheal-Football 1. Swimming 1. Base- ball 1. Key Club 2,3. Leaders 3.4. Cerkorzey, Mark-Knot picturedl. Transferred from West Leyden High School. Ceuallos, Jorge Einar-Soccer 1,2,3. Basketball 1. Volleyball 3. Speech 3,4. Journalism 2,3,4. Newspaper Editor 3. Karate 2. Chess Club 2,3. Soccer Club 3. Foreign Exchange student from Ecuador. Chassey, Richard-Football 1.2,3,4. Basketball 1,2. 3. Baseball 1,2,3,4. Key Club 2.3,4. Class Board 3. Chesney, Kevin-Football 1,2,3,4. Baseball 1,2,3Q4. Christ, Alice-National Thespians 3,4. Folk Music Club 3. Transferred from Homewood-Floss- moor High School. Chyetle, Cary-Football 1,2,3,4. Baseball 1,2. Track 3,4. Transferred from Evanston High School. Clark, Gale-G.R.A. 2. Art Club 1,2. Philosophy Club 4. Clark, Robert-lnot picturedl. Clauss, Teresa Louise-Office Guide 1. Cliver, Deborah Vicki-Freshmen Girls' Chorus 1. Girls' Glee Club 2,3. Modern Madrigals 4. Concert Choir 4. Tri-M 4. Leaders 3,4. Lead- ers' Club 3,4. Clyde, Valerie Jean-Cheerleading 1,2,3,4. Fresh- men Showcase 1. Christmas Ball Attendant 1. Ski Club 1,2. Pep Club 1. Spanish Club 1. Stu- dent Council 1,2. Class Board 3,4. e prepared for the future .4690 M35 t Pi DiAmico, Angie-G.R.A. 1. History Rite Award. Art Club 2,3,4. MONTAGE 4. GUARDIAN 4. Davidson, Pat-G.R.A. 2. Pep Club 3. Office Guide 3,4. GUARDIAN 4. Davis, Martin-Transferred from Maine South High School, Park Ridge, Ill. Davis, Ralph-Baseball 1. Cross Country 2,3,4. Track 2,3. Basketball 4. Radio Club 1. Trans- ferred from Prospect High School. Dean, James Frank-Football 1. Wrestling 1 fMan- ager lj. Freshmen Showcase 1. Fall Play 3. Contest Play 3. Individual Speech 3,4. N.F.L. 3,4. Variety Show 4. Spanish Rite Award. N.H.S. 2,3,4. 4-semester honor pin. History Rite Award. Drama Club 3,4. MONTAGE 4. Student Council 4 fPresident 43. DeLude. Ralph-Football 1. Basketball 1,2. Trans- ferred from Fenton High School. DeMu1h, Geoffrey John-Swimming 1,2. Tennis 1. Art Club 1,2. DeOrio, Gregory-Baseball 1. Bowling 1,2,3. Derby, Dennise Arm-Track Official 2,3,4. Gym- nastic Official 4. Pep Club 1,2,3,4. G.R.A. 1. French Club 2. DiCasola, Jo-fnot picturedl. Anthropology Club 4. Diemer, Anne S.-P.A.A. 1,2,3. Library Club 1,2, 3. Spring Play 2. Digangi, Joseph-Football 1,2,3,4. Wrestling 1.2,3, 4. Track 2. F.T.A. 3. Dimand, Thomas E,-Football 1. Beginning work on a sewing assignment is Anita Fron. 15 . I . 'ii i "i 1. I . vh A gf., vhs.. x Industrial Arts student Harry Cating practices welding. si 3 l 2 SENIORS 25 U ii . 133. self wt DiVito, Julie Ann. Doherty, Karen-Color Guard 2,3. Fall Play 1. Calendar Girl 3. French Rite Award. Foreign Exchange Student. Drama Club 1. Office Guide 1,2. Dolby, Kathryn-N.H.S. 2,3,4. 4-semester honor pin. Pep Club l,3,4. Class Board 1. MON- TAGE 3,4 fAssistant Editor 49. Quill and Scroll 3,4. Donalzl, Marsha-Library Club 12. Library Guide 2. 0.0. . Dolson, Da uid. Domrne, Gary Robert-Track 1,2,3. Cross Country 2 3 1, 4 l Douthit, Davis Paul-Golf 2,4. Drelicharz, Pamela. Dukewich, Sandra Joy-Freshman Showcase 1. I.F.S. Exchange Student 2. 4-semester honor pin. Orchesis 2,3,4 fVice-President 3. Presi- dent 4J. Student Council 1,2,3. Class Board 2 6Secretary 23. Duncan, Robert. v 'Y is I Dwojakowshi, Steven-Knot picturedj. Baseball 1. Eclchardt, Leslie. Eclclund, Patricia-G.R.A. 1. 4-semester honor pin. We V, , ' ix ..Ai tress 41. We sat in the friendly confines of the library The quiet atmosphere of the school library pleases hard-working and intelligent senior girls who are busy on research projects. 1 26 SENIORS Spanish Club 1. Orchesis 3,4 tCostume Mis- Edwards, Charles D.-Track 1. Art Club 3. Ehlers, Marshall. Eilrich, Jennifer-G.R.A. 1. Ski Club 3. Home Ec Club 2. Ellery. Cathy-Pom-Pon Squad 3.4. Homecoming Queen 4. Ski Club 1. Pep Club 2.3. Leaders' Club 3,4 lVice-president 41. Class Board 1 lTreasurer 15. Student Council 2.3. Leaders 3.4. Ellingsworlh, Rich-lnot picturedl. Erlandson. Jane-Spanish Club 1.2,3. Erps, Kenneth-Knot picturedl. Transferred from Austin High School. Estry. Glenn Robert. Evans, Margaret Lynn-Girls' Glee Club 3. Or- chesis 2.3.4. Color Guard 2.3. Class Board 4. Evans, Susan-Ski Club 3. Fairchild. Pat-lnot picturedl. Fanslow. Leroy-Knot picturedl. Faracy, Stephanie-Freshmen Showcase 1. Winter Play 2.3. Spring Play 2.3. Fall Play 3.4. Na- tional Thespians 3.4. N.F.L. 3. G.R.A. 1. Dra- ma Club 2,3,4 CSecretary 45. Class Board 2.3. Fazio, Jack Frank-Basketball 1. Tennis 1. German Club 1. Fecenko. Calherine Anne-N.H.S. 2,3.4. 4-semester honor pin. Cum Laude Award. Art Club 1. G.R.A. 1.2. Pep Club 1.2.3,4. Pom-Pon Squad 3.4. A.F.S. Exchange Student 3. Pan Language 4. Fernandez, Benny-Football 1. Gymnastics 1.2.3,4. Lettermen's Club 4. Ficarelli. Sharon-Pep Club 2. Fiebernitz, Peggy A.-German Rite Award. Ger- man Club 3. Fiero, Jeff-fnot picturedl. Filskov, Frank. Fink. Ronald Brian-Football 1.2.3,4. Basketball 1. 2.3. Track 1. Tennis 2.3.4. Marching Band 1.4. Symphonic Band 1.2.3.4. Jazz Band 1.2.3.4 V-Show 4. N.H.S. 3.4 iVice-President 43. Key Club 3. Student Council 4. Fisher, Joanne-F.T.A. 4..Teacher's Aide 4. Trans- ferred from St. Patrick Academy. Fleming, Kathryn-F.T.A. 4. Teacher's Aide 4. Transferred from St. Patrick Academy. Flerlage. Kathy-Pom-Pon Squad 3,4 iCaptain 41. Ski Team 3.4. Track Official 3.4. Pep Club 1. 2.3.4 1Treasurer 47. Ski Club 2.3.4. Nurse's Aide 2. Office Guide 3. Flesch, John Gerrard-Football 1.2. Basketball 1.2, 3.4. Track 1.2.3.4. All-Conference Basketball 3. Homecoming Court Escort 4. Key Club 1.2. 3. Leaders 3.4. Student Council 3. Flowers, William E.-Football 2.3.4. Tennis 2. Ski Club 1,2.3,4. Fortmann, Dan-Football 1,2 CManager 23. Golf 1.2. Fox, Keith-Basketball 1. Concert Choir 3.4. Fox, Thomas Arthur-Swimming 1. Baseball 1. V- Show 1,3.4. Fall Play 3.4. Contest Play 3.4. Spring Play 3. National Thespians 3,4 1His- torian 45. Drama Club 3.4. Individual Speech 3. " 'J A as his l Q lf" 4 ah. 'E 3... I. fa V-A us 4-fy. . so -'EW is ie 5, if . SENIORS 27 .. I ,qs .Qi Q, if 1? Y E. 3 ki if 'WYE fr' Fraher. Vicki. Franck, Sharon Marie-G.R.A. 2. Para-Psychology Club 2. Equestrian Club 3.4. Ski Club 3.4. F.T.A. 4. Fron. Anita-G.A.A. 2.3. Band 1.2. Drama 2. Latin 1. Transferred from Palatine High School. Froysland, Jeffrey-Football 1.2.3.4. Wrestling 1. 2.3.4. Baseball 1. Track 2. Fruilt. Caren-Freshmen Girls' Chorus 1. Girls' Glee Club 2. Pep Club 1.2. Fruitt. Connie-Freshmen Girls' Chorus 1. Girls' Glee Club 2.3. Concert Choir 4. Pep Club 1.2. Fylpaa. John William-Golf 1.2.3.4. Swimming 4. Lettermerfs Club 4. Galati. Janice-Volleyball 1,2.3. Basketball 1.2.3. Swimming 1.2.3. Softball 1.2.3. G.A.A. 1.2.3. Chorus 1.2. Future Nurse 1.2.3. Art Club 1. Transferred from Kogan High School. Garces. Tony. Gardynski, Kathy-Leaders 3.4. Leaders' Club 3.4. N.H.S. 2.3.4. Spanish Club 2.3.4. Foreign Ex- change Student 2. Pep Club 1,2.3.4. 4-semester honor pin. Garibaldi, Richard J.-A.V. 1.2.3.4. Gaynor. Colleen-Latin Club 1. It was a year of thrills and excitement Gentner. Sandi-Track Official 3. Drama 2.3.4. Na- tional Thespians 3.4. Colorguard 3.4 1Co- captain 45. 4-semester honor pin. N.H.S. 3.4. G.R.A. 3. Leaders' Club 3.4. Aquatics 4. Lead- ers 3.4. Gianaris. Kathleen-Fall Play 2.3.4. Contest Play 2. Spring Play 2.3. 4'semester honor pin. Dra- ma Club 2. National Thespians 3.4. N.H.S. 3.4. Giarratano. Linda-Knot picturedl. Gieringer. Nlarcia Marie-Pep Club 1. Leaders 3.4. Gildersleeve. Cathy-Girls' Glee Club 2.3. Pep Club 1.2. Ski Club 4. Gilszmer. Ronald-Leaders 3.4. Glejf Chris-G.R.A. 1.2. Library Aide 1.2. GUARDIAN 3.4. Glenz. Richard G. Gorman. Nlargiaret-G.R.A. 1.2. Individual Speech 3. Pep Club 2.3. F.T.A. 3. Teacher's Aide 3. Gosse. Sharon Ann-G.R.A. 1.2.3.4. Leaders' Club 3.4. Aquatics 4. Leaders 3.4. Gotsch, Robert-Knot picturedl. Basketball 1. Ger- man Club 2. Gragnani, Gloria-G.R.A. 1.2.3. Leaders 3.4. Pep Club 1.2. Leaders' Club 3.4. Hostess Club 4. Office Guide 2.3.4. Grandi, Louise. Graufi William-Football 1.2.3. Wrestling 1.2.3. Anthropology Club 4 tPresident 43. 28 SENIORS 'It 'Q ' 7 'fx' J ' x J' 1 'E 7ioirf.5.:ig3mA ' O 'll i . in --,,.::1::..:-5, i 1:-a. nf ' i 4' ".. ' 1' -41116. ' Q 'GT 91 , 4 nz v' .453 Greco, Joseph-tnot picturedl. Green, PamfCheerleading 1,3,4. N.F.L. 3. Calen- dar Girl 3. Pep Club 1,2. Ski Club 2. Student Council 1. Class Board 2. Grieco, Marie V. Griffin, Kevin Wayne-Baseball 1,2. Para-Psychol- ogy 2,3. Ski Club 3. Leaders 3,4. Griffith, David-Football 1,2,3,4. Basketball 1,2,3. Baseball 1. Tennis 2,3,4. N.H.S. 3,4. 4-se- mester honor pin. Key Club 2,3,4 tPresident 45. Gross, Susan Marie-Transferred from Bremen High School. Grupe, Cheri Lynn-G.R.A. 3. Wrestlettes 4. 0.0. 4 lSecretary 43. Leaders 3,4. Class Board 4. Guastaferri, Linda-Drama Club 1,2. Fall Play 2. Winter Play 2. Individual Speech 2,3,4. N.F.L. 2,3,4. V-Show 4. N.H.S. 2,3,4. 4-semester honor pin. History Rite Award. Latin Rite Award. Student Council 1. Guercio, Nancy-G.R.A. 1. Ski Club 1,2. Equestrian Club 3. Gutierrez, Mary-Leaders 3,4. Gutzman, William-Knot picturedl. Haar, Greg-Football 1,2,3. Gymnastics 1,2, Track 1,2. Wrestling 3. Art Club 4. Hachmeisler, Donald-Band 1,4. Transferred from Maine West High School. Hahn, Michael-Knot picturedl. Hahn, Marty-lnot picturedj. Art Club 1,2,3. Na- tional Thespians 3. Drama Club 1. Haich, Dana Andrew-Basketball 1,2. Baseball 1. Student Council 1. Transferred from St. Greg- ory High School. .N ,ilu , 4183 . E 'T 1" 'S-1:'H-we 5 '1 Jan P6116l'S0l1 Dl'0ll'-ily displays Cllr flag during h3lf-tiII19- Wendy Berns enthusiastically spurs on crowd participation. SENIORS 29 Hall, Marianne-Fall Play 4. Orchesis 3. Office Guide 2,3,4. Halladay, Michael. Hansen, David E.-Tennis 1,2,3,4. Football 1 fTrainer1J. Hansen, Kathleen-G.R.A. 1,2. Pep Club 3. Library Aide 1,2. Hansen, Lynn Carol-G.R.A. 1. Concert Band 1.2. Marching Band 2. Swimming Club 1. Cheer- leader 1. Leaders' Club 4 4President 43. Lead- ers 3,4. Transferred from Niles North High School. Hanson, Paul-Golf 1,2. Hanson, Robert-Football 1. Swimming 1,2. Hamish, Steve-Football 2,3,4. Basketball 1,2,3. Baseball 1,2. Golf 3. Transferred from Arap- ahoe High School. Hartmann, Sandy-Choir 1,2. Dance Club 1,2. Transferred from Averill Park High School. Harvey, H. Clarke-Football 1,2,3,4. Swimming 1, 2. Track 1,2,3. Key Club 3, Haskell, James Michael-Football 1,2. Basketball 1,2,3. Baseball 1,2. Varsity Club 2. Trans- ferred from Prospect High School. Hatzold, Thomas Scott-Cross Country 1. Wres- tling 1 tManager 11. Tennis 1 tManager 19. Drama Club 2,3,4. National Thespians 3,4. Dancers Jan Lewis Dawn Nitschneider Qumcey Lowing and Pam Krull are reflected in the mirror at a rehearsal. Hauser. Caryn-History Rite Award. Pep Club 1.2. G.R.A. 3.4 lSecretary 3.43. Leaders 3.4. Lead- ers' Club 3.4. F.T.A. 3.4 1Vice-President 43. Teacher's Aide 3.4. Hazle. Rhonda-Library Club 2.3. Library Guide 2. 3. Office Guide 4. Heimberger. Tom. Heimos. Chris-Track Official 1.2.3.4. Debate 1.2. 3.4. G.R.A. 1. Pep Club 1.2 1Sales Chairman 13. Orchesis 2.3.4 1Historian 33. Office Guide 3. Student Council 1.4. Class Board 1.2.3 fSecre- tary 13. SIS Advisory Board 2. Hejduh, Curtis-Golf 1.2.3.4. Gymnastics 2.3.4. Helbig. William F.-Gymnastics 1.2.3.4. Band 1.2. Lettermen's Club 4. Heller. R onald-lnot pictured3. Hendrickson, Linda-Swimming Official 1.2. Pep Club 1.3. Ski Club 3. Art Club 3. MONTAGE 4. Student Council 1.2. Transferred from Thornridge High School. Henry. Willard N.-Basketball 3. Baseball 1.3.4. Football 2.4. Hess. David-Baseball 1. Chess Club 1. Latin Club 1.2. F.T.A. 3.4. Hilblom, Richard William-Swimming 1.2. Rifle Club 1. Ski Club 2.3.4 CVice-president 43. Ski Team 3.4. Hildebrandt. Pamela Kay-Health Club 1. Office Guide 1.2.3. Hilgers. Robert John-Basketball 1.2. Golf 1.2.3. Flying Club 1. Class Board 4. U52 ' I-'O' .14 ,Z .gif if The school looked to '70 for leadership Hinckley. David-lnot pictured3. if , . ,verge Hischke, Nancy-C.W.T. 4 fPresident 43. ' ' -5' . . i AQI? if i ,., ,ns Hofef, Sheff Lynn-G.R.A. 1. Leaders 3.4. Pep Club 'iv 'i . 'Q ' " 4. Office Guide 2. .,. 4 . f Hoffstetter. Gerald Wayne-Swimming 1.2. Sym- qi l i ' phonic Band 1.2.3.4. Marching Band 1.2.3.4. . . . . if Jazz Band 1.2.3. Pep Band 1.2.3.4. V' Hollywood. Gordon-Basketball 1.2. Baseball 1.2.3. 4. Leaders 3.4. Holmes. Linda--Leaders 3.4. Girls' Glee Club 3. Concert Choir 4. Health Careers Club 1. Pep Club 1.3. Leaders' Club 3.4. Tri-M 4. Office Guide 1.2.3.4. Choral Capers 3.4. District 214 Music Festival 3.4. Holste. Linda. Hopkins. Leslie-Baseball 1.2. Football 1.2. Hopley. Barbara-Girls' Glee Club 3.4. Equestrian Club 3. Pep Club 4. Hostess Club 4 fPresident 43. Nurse's Aide 1.3. Horsley. Andrea K. Howes. Celeste Anne-Choir 1. Speech 1. Band 1.2. Art Club 2.3.4. Orchestra 2. Drama 4. Huffman. Kerry. Ingersoll. Susan-Leaders 3.4. Drama Club 1.2. Winter Play 2.3.4. Spring Play 2.3.4. Contest Play 3.4. V-Show 3.4. National Thespians 3.4 fSecretary 33. Leaders' Club 3.4. Library Guide 2.3. U n My SENIORS 31 Q..- . . We I Inzerello, Angela-Office Guide 1. Folk Music Club 2. Humanities Board 4. lsberner, James-Knot picturedl. Jachimiak, Deborah Lynn-G.R.A. 1,2. Transferred from Gage Park High School. Jakubek, Martin Micheal-Baseball 1. Gymnastics 2. Leaders 3,4. Jasper, Susan Lee-Pep Club 1,3. Jaszka, Paul-Basketball 1,2,3. Track 1. Football 2. Baseball 2. Jenkins, Daniel-Tennis 1,2. Cross Country 2. Transferred from Kalamazoo, Michigan. Jensen, Cynthia A.-C.W.T. 3,4. Jobelius, Jennifer Marie-G.R.A. 1. Ski Club 2. Li- brary Guide 2. Girls' Glee Club 3,4. Equestrian Club 3,4. Johnson, Floyd Mckenzie-Cross Country 1. Wres- tling 2. Johnson, Karen-Pep Club 1,4. Johnson, Lynn-Pep Club 1,2. Winter Play 1,3. Spring Play 2. Fall Play 4. Ski Club 2,3,4. Leaders 3,4. G.R.A. 3. Leaders' Club 3,4. Comedie des Arts 3,4. V-Show 4. Girls' Glee Club 3. Choir 4. Senior Sextet 4. Contest Play 4. Johnson, Robert-Knot picturedl. Johnston, Maribeth-G.R.A. 1,2. Class Board 1,4 1Vice-President 45. Pep Club 1,2,3. Office Guide 1,2. Ski Club 2,3. Student Council 2,3,4. Leaders 3,4. Leaders' Club 3,4. Late to bed and early to rise was '70 Jones, Gail-Transferred from Ridgewood High School. Jones, James-lnot picturedl. Jones, Philip-Cross Country 1. Jones, Steven-Cross Country 1. Track 1. D.E. 4. Jordah, Suzanne-Pep Club 1,2,3. G.R.A. 1,2. F.T.A. 3,4. Teacher's Aide 4. Jorgensen, Dawn-Library Club 1,2. French Club 1,2,3. P.A.A. 3. Ski Club 4. Transferred from St. Patrick Academy. Jung, Sharon Jean-Office Guide 1,2. G.R.A. 2. Leaders 3,4. Leaders' Club 3,4. Jurjovec, Nadeen-Orchesis 2,3. MONTAGE 1. Art Club 1,2,3,4. Student Council 4. Kamberg, Ricki-Cheerleading 1. Pep Club 2. Block 1,2. Transferred from Shawnee Mission East High School. Kamberg, Vicki-Cheerleading 1. Pep Club 2. Block 1,2. Transferred from Shawnee Mission High School. Kandybe, Susan Lynn-0.0. 4, Transferred from York Community High School. Kasallis, William A.-Football 1,2,3,4. Wrestling 1,2,3,4. Kawano, Allen-Art Club 4. GUARDIAN 4. SLNIORS Q-.-f Zi' Q9 .fp Kaye, Michael-Football 1. Baseball 1. Keller, Bradley-Basketball 1. Ski Club 2,3,4. Ski Team 3. Art Club 3,4. Kerr, Margegfnot picturedl. Office Guide 3. 0.0. 4. Kesler, Marius-Football 1,2. Basketball 1. Base- ball 1,2. Wrestling 2,3,4. Golf 3.4. Marching Band 1,2. Symphonic Band 1.2. V-Show 2. 4- semester honor pin. N.H.S. 2.3.4. Kessner, Kennethglnot picturedl. Kezios, Maria Joanne-Girls' Glee Club 2. Concert Choir 3,4. Junior Girls' Sextet. Senior Girls' Sextet. Tri-M 3.4. Color Guard 3.4. V-Show 4. Biology Club 1. French Club 1,2. G.A.A. 1. G.R.A. 1.2. Equestrian Club 3. F.T.A. 3,4. District 214 Festival 2.3.4. Transferred from Foreman High School. King, Gregory-Light Show 3. Kingsbury, Warren-Knot picturedj. Kirchway, Becky-0.0. 4. Kleinert, Vicki Janay-Transferred from Heart of Mary High School. Kleisner, James-Cross Country 1.2.4. Track 1,2, 3.4. Klinger, Paul-Football 1,2,3. Wrestling 1.2. Ski Club 4. Kmett, Phil-Transferred from Fenton High School. Koch, Sandy. Kohnke, Gary. Y. 1-ns ii -'Q 14 CT? JwmalistSharihrebinyworksonanupc0mingGuardianissue. Karen Stolle and Marie Kezios compare senior schedules. are I . i ' 1 ,J ..,...., SENIORS 33 'I .fm ., 1 t' N f fn Q. N-...rf Q . R ., J of J. Pg -,M .,. Konishi, Cheryl Lynn-N.H.S. 2,3,4. Quill 85 Scroll 3.4. Calendar Girl 3. 4-semester honor pin. Pep Club 1,2. Leaders' Club 3. Leaders '3,4. MONTAGE 3,4. FTA 1 Ullreasurer 15. Kornacki, Kathy. Kosinski, Larry-Baseball 2. Transferred from St. Patricks High School. Kos ke, Gerald. Kostopaulos. Michael. Kolal, Ron J.-Football 1.2.3. Wrestling 1,2,3,4. Kouul, Lyn-4-semester honor pin. Pep Club 1.3. Kozler, Carole Ann-Freshmen Girls' Chorus 1. Girls' Glee Club 2. French Club 1. Hostess Club 4. GUARDIAN 4. Journalism 4. Kropslsi, Thomas Richard-Baseball 1. Gymnastics 1. Krueger, Janet Charlyn. - Krull, Pamela Joan-Quill gr Scroll 3. Art Club 1.2. Orchesis 3 4. MONTAGE 3 4. Kruse, Richard Willie-Football 12,3. Wrestling 1, 2 3. Transferred from St. Patrick's High School. 'J x X. xl I X 1 L X X A .fr , l U pperclassmen made Fun lghts fun Donna Pollitz and John McGill aid in making last year's fun night a money-raising opportunity for Ski Club. s 'K fy A ri 3 i' 1 Q, - M 'T ai' 1 ,i1.4 'i V X Q Txxx ' f sci' I ' , f .xi Q 55 A 1'-9 CD X if ' 'CY 0 i 5' ' i 1 :PV Al L s ,,. 3 a V..V.1fg1.fs ev' aa' f s U'g.r:p:x KU 5 . 1 ' v -.,. ggggj' Q X-:eg ,-., , - . gk ' .-' - H ..,,l nj., 1 rv" v H 1- iii 1 34 SENIORS 5 L is M... .... M-... ,MM .,,a........, ' ev-ex fl 'DA . Q-f... 'fa My - -I l . . .- L, ,fl y' 1.54 f M f. ' z A' sf l, fi ff - 1 f -ay -' 1...-,.. .. iiymi. K. . X. . 2229 f V 1 err ff ..' .. ,Q 34751 A Q L? Kruse, Robert J.-Football 1.2.3.4. Wrestling 1.2. Transferred from St. Patrick's High School. Kuczynski. Bob. Kuecks. William. Kuhn. Bobbie-Pom-Pon Squad 3.4. V-Show 4. Pep Club 1.2.3,4. G.R.A. 1. Leaders 3.4. Leaders' Club 3.4. Student Council 1. Class Board 2.3.4. Kulasik, Kathy-inot pictured1. Kussin, Robert-Track 1.2. LaFayette, John Joseph-Baseball 1. Golf 2. Latin Club 1.2. Anthropology Club 3.4. Class Board 4. LaMont, Margarita Maria-Track Official 2.3.4, Pom-Pon Squad 3.4. Wrestlette 4. Freshman Girls' Chorus 1. Freshman Girls' Sextet 1. V- Show 2.4. Choir 3.4 lSecretary-Treasurer 3, Vice-president 41. Girls' Trio 3.4. Madrigals 3.4. Tri-M 3.4. G.R.A. 1.2. Pep Club 1.2.3.4 CVice-President 41. Spanish Club 1. SIS Ad- visory Board 3. LaMont. Bill-Football 1.2.3.4. Basketball 1.2. Track 1.2. Lampert, Randi Jo-G.A.A. 1.2. French Club 1.2. Office Guide 4. Transferred from Niles East High School. Laprise. Kathie-Colorguard 1.2.3. Ski Race Team 3.4. Pep Club 1. Ski Club 2.3.4. Girls' Glee Club 4. Nurse's Aide 4. Larson. Betty Jane-N.H.S. 3. Pan-Am Club 1.2. F.T.A. 3.4. Library Aide 3. Transferred from Bogan High School. Laskowski. Joseph-Football 1.2. Wrestling 1.2. Aviator's Club 4. GUARDIAN 4. Transferred from Weber High School. Lauzon. Susan Lee-Anthropology Club 4. Lee. Dennis James-Qnrt pictured1. Transferred from Edgewater High School. Leininger, Mark-Gymnastics 1. Football 2. 4- sernester honor pin. N.H.S. 2.3.4. Chemistry Club 4. Lemke. Alan-Transferred from James Madison Memorial High School. Lenk. Albin-Knot pictured1. Leonteos. James-Knot pictured1. Transferred from Maine West High School. Leopardo, Lynn-V-Show 4. Calendar Girl 3. Homecoming Court Attendant 4. Ski Club 2. Pep Club 2. Orchesis 3.4. Student Council 1. Class Board 2.3.4. Lewis, Janet Kathleen-History Rite Award. 4-se- mester honor pin. Pep Club 1.2. G.R.A. 2.3.4 fTreasurer 2. President 31. F.T.A. 3,4 1His- torian 3.41. N.H.S. 3.4. Orchesis 3. V-Show 4. Lichter, John Mark-Basketball 1. Track 1.2.3.4. Football 2. Cross Country 3. Chess Club 2. Math Club 2. Lindahl. Bob-fnot pictured1. Transferred from Glembrook North High School. Liotine. Marguerite. Lipner LouAnne-Ski Racing Team 3.4. German Club 1. F.T.A. 1.2. Ski Club 3.4 lSecretary 41. Humanities Board 4. Transferred from Niles East High School. Lipson. Julie-G.R.A. 1. Lllshka, Linda-Health Guide 3. Transferred from Forest View High School. Long. Nancy-V-Show 4. Drama Club 4. Losch. Mike-Basketball 1.2.3,4. Baseball 1.2.3.4 fAll Conference 31. 11. L. . -'LN 133 V QI 33.51 fi 1 4 4. r,'vm en . . ,v J " f , "' 3331 49 Var ' HQ. f i . in-'-v1 vo' 4' A. wr, xx SX 1 1 . 4. 1 If 5 .f-Y SENIORS 35 X " fu- aw , 1' l J, zip jx- he l 3 fs, . eg "' faq, he 4 ' -5? Our classmates enjoyed Masa, Bernadette-Knot picturedl. Transferred from Elmwood Park High School. MeA ndrew, rDennis-Gymnastics 1. McCann, Linda-Knot picturedl. Pep Club 1. 0.0. 4. McCormack, Michael-Wrestling 1,2,3,4, Baseball 1 CManager 15. Football 2,3 iManager 2.33. Track 2. McDivill, Edward-lnot picturedl. Gymnastics 1. McDole, Rick. McDonald, Lesley-Ski Club 1. 0.0. 4 tTreasurer 43. Transferred from Wheeling High School. McGill, John-Fall Play 2,3. Contest Play 2,3,4. Spring Play 3. Ski Club 1,2,3,4. Ski Team 3,4. Biology Club 1. McKenzie, Mark W.-Football 1,2,3. Wrestling 1,2. McKisic, Patricia-G.R.A. 1. Nurse's Aide 3. McNich0ls, Marianna KVI.-G.R.A. 1,2. NH.S. 2,3,4. 4-semester honor pin. Pep Club 1,2,3,4. MON- TAGE 4. Mellenlhin, Linda-Pep Club 1,2. D.E. 4. Library Guide 1. A.V. 1. iSecretary 15. Mendygral, John M.-Basketball 1. Track 2,3,4. Marching Band 1,2,3. Concert Band 1,2. Jazz Band 2,3. Symphonic Band 3. Messina, Philip A. Metcalf, Pamela. 36 SEINIORS Lowing, Quincey Joanne-Cheerleading 1. Orchesis 2,3,4 CPublicity 3. Vice-President 45. Class Board 1,2,3,4. Lowry, Thad-Football 1,2,3,4. Basketball 1. Track 1,2, Gymnastics 2. Golf 3. Jazz Band 1,2,3,4. Tri-M 4. Luell, Susan-G.R.A. 1. Class Board 1. F.H.A. 2. Lundgren, Donald-Swimming 2,3. Tennis 2. Radio Club 2,3. Leaders 4. Lundgren, Sandra. Mabeley, Bonnie. Maier, Carol Anne-Cheerleading 1,2,3,4 fCo-Cap- tain 45. Freshman Showcase 1. Debate 3. N.F.L. 3,4. N.H.S. 3,4. Ski Club 2. Class Board 1,3. Student Council 2,4. Homecoming Court 4. Malinowski, Larry B.-Baseball 1,2. Cross Coun- try 3. Band 1,2,3,4. Jazz Band 1,2,3,4. Mark, Kathryn Ellen-Girls' Tennis Team 3,4. French Club 1.2. Marlin, Linda. Martucci, Fred-Transferred from Monte Feour. Marvin, Linda P.-G.R.A. 1. Office Guide 3. C.W.T. 4. Transferred from Niles North High School. hearty eating l l Meyer. Janice-Art Club 3.4. Transferred from Ridgewood High School. Michela, Micheal-Track 2.3.4. Cross Country 3. Miedema, William-Football 1. Baseball 1.2, Bas- ketball 1,2,3,4. Mikos, Wayne Anthony-Biology Club 1. Stage Crew 3.4. Spring Play 3. V-Show 3,4 1Student direc- tor 4l. National Thespians 3.4. Quill and Scroll 3.4. Drama Club 3.4. F.T.A. 3. GUARDIAN 3.4. Miller. Darlene. Mitnick, Michael. Milsuoka, Douglas-Football 1.2. Wrestling 1. Baseball 1,2.3.4. N.H.S. 4. Leaders 3.4. Let- termen's Club 4. Latin Club 4. Monlemayor. Jesus-N.Y.C. 1.2,3,4. . X Moreau, Lloyd Randall-Football 1. Basketball 1. . Baseball 1. Leaders 3.4. Transferred from John F. Kennedy High School. Morgan, John Joseph-Football 1.2. Wrestling 1.2. Morris, Terry-Student Council 2.4. Leaders 3.4. Leaders' Club 3.4. Class Board 3,4 1Treasurer 3.43. Pom-Pon Squad 4. Pep Club 1.2.3. Track Official 2.3.4. Flashers 4. 4-semester honor pin. Ski Club 2.3. MONTAGE 4. Moser, Joseph-Transferred from St. Patrick High School. Marianna McNichols licks the last morsel of her lunch. if ii-,li my .fd 'Q I Bill Tews enjoys Council cooking at Pancake Breakfast. 12' . RN 'ou SENIORS 37 'we 6, hui' yu... 'Zh "Une ,E -A ks. ,. 4 A bf 52 xlg, . E is " 3 1 Elk Grove's present Sen Mounsey, Robert-Football 1,2,3,4. Choir 1. Speech Chorus 2. Male-Double Quartet 2. Latin Club 2. Biology Club 2. German Club 2. Student Council 2. Class Board 2 fPresident 23. Trans- ferred from Iolani High School. Moy, John. Moy, Rita. Myhre, Dennis Alan-Baseball 1,2,3,4 LManager 1, 2,3,43. Business Ed. Club 2,3,4 iPresident 43. Class Board 1 iVice-president 13. Student Council 1.2.4 lTreasurer 43. Key Club 2,3,4 fTreasurer 3. Vice-President 43. GUARDIAN 3,4 lBusiness Manager 43. Nardi, Joyce-Office Guide 2,3,4. Leaders 3,4, Leaders' Club 4. Transferred from Riverside- Brooklield High School. Nardiello, Kathleen-French Club 1,2. F.T.A. 4. Transferred from St. Patrick's Academy. Naylor, William. Nelson. Larry-Golf 1,2,3,4. Lettermen's Club 3,4. Nernmers, Victoria A.-D.E. 4. Nemoffi Christine-Transferred from Walter John- son High School. Nepodahl, Adrienne Clare-Pep Club 1,2,3. G.R.A. 3. J.R.R. Tolkien Society 3. French Club 1.2. German Club 3. Latin Club 3. Library Guide 1. GUARDIAN 4. Newhall, Deborah Lynn-Girls' Glee Club 2.3. Con- cert Choir 4. Library Club 4 lPresident 43. Library Guide 4. ior class were H Sexy Senior Leader Bobbi Kuhn shows off her sexy Senior Leader legs in the school foyer during the lunch periods. 38 SENIORS Newman, Linda Marie-G.R.A. 1. Pep Club 1,2. Of- fice Guide 2,3. Nicoll, David. Nitschneider, Dawn Cotheryne-Pep Club 1,3. Or- chesis 3,4 1Historian 43. Humanities Board 3. Library Club 1,2. F.T.A. 1,3. G.R.A. 2. SIS Advisory Board 1,2,3. Ski Club 2,3,4 lSecre- tary 2, Treasurer 33. Class Board 1,2. Office Guide 4. Library Guide 1,2. Nolan, Michael Edwin-Cross Country 1,2,3,4 CManager 3,43. Track 1,2,3,4 tManager 3,43. Latin Club 1,2. Social Science Club 3. Letter- men's Club 3,4 lTreasurer 43. Student Council 2.4. Norfolk, Deborah A.-Library Club 2. Library Guide 2. Leaders 3,4. Leaders' Club 3,4 lTreas- urer 43. G.R.A. 4. Bowling Team 4. Novak, Claudia Faye-Pep Club 3,4. F.T.A. 3,4. Teacher's Aide 4. Track Official 1,2,3,4. Wrestlettes 4. Class Board 4. Novak, Greg. O'Brien, Mary Dorina-Pep Club 1,2. Health Club 1,2. French Club 2. Transferred from Im- maculate Conception High School. O'Hara, David E.-Basketball 2. Transferred from South Carolina. Okerstrom, Leonard Keith-Baseball 1,4. Wres- tling 2. Band 1,2,3,4. Transferred from Maine East High School. Olson, Doug. Olson, Peggy-Cheerleading 1,2,3,4. N.H.S. 2,3,4. Class Board 2,3 lTreasurer 2, Vice-President 33. Student Council 3,4. for at lg 4' . u M., 4 if 'sa V' f W if, f , ., 6. li' 1 N Q the first Hdumb frosh" in its history Olson, Wayne Thomas-Gymnastics 1,2,3,4. Base- ball 1. .... , N f. 1 , Olszewskz, Donna-Transferred from Samuel Ayer M , High School. Oltz, Dennis-Basketball 1. Track 4. Latin Club 1, 2. Flying Club 2,3,4. Student Council 3. Class Board 4. Omahana, Jo Ann-Nurse's Aide 1. Library Guide 2. GUARDIAN 4. Omahana, Judy. Onorati, Jane. Pagel, Michael-Gymnastics 1. Baseball 1. Paleczny, Patricia L.-French Club 1. Pep Club 1. Class Board 3,4 iSecretary 3,43. Student Coun- cil 3,4. MONTAGE 2. Pom-Pon Squad 4. Homecoming Court 4. Pankow, Rick-Football 1,2. Wrestling r 1,2,3,4. Track 2. Class Board 2. Papas, Christopher. Parks, Karen-P.A.A. 1,2,3. Cheerleading 3. Glee Club 2,3. Drama Club 3. Math Club 1,2. Color Guard 4. Transferred from St. Patrick's Academy. Parrish, Clyde Rob-Gymnastics 1. Tennis 1. Foot- ball 2,3. Wrestling 2,3. Transferred from Prospect High School. ef -3- ...r 2 W. 4 1-.ge an 4239212- if!-, Jill f an , f '4 1 N 5 3 . ,-L71 A 9 'iii SENIORS 39 ." a .. 1' nO A -1-""' . . . . fs if an X P R 1 at lxf Q Patinella, Leonard-Gymnastics 1.2. Baseball 1. Pearson, Michele-MONTAGE 4. Pep Club 1. Peeper, Donna Jean-Pep Club 1.2. French Club 1. Hostess Club 4. F.T.A. 4. Pekarek, Karen-N.H.S 3.4. 4-semester honor pin. G.R.A. 1.2. Pep Club 1.2.3. Leaders' Club 3.4. Leaders 3,4. Perr, Judith E.-Marching Band 1.2.3. Symphonic Band 1,2,3,4. Festival Band 1.2.3. Festival Choir 3.4. Tri-M 2.3.4. French Club 1. G.R.A. 1,2,3. Folk Art Club 4. Petemen, Glenn C.-Baseball 1.2.3. Basketball 1.3. German Club 1. Lettermen's Club 4. Petersen, Janet Sue-Color Guard 4. Orchesis 4. Freshmen Girls' Chorus 1. Winter Play 2. Spring Play 2.3. Fall Play 3,4. Calendar Girl 3. Drama Club 2.3.4. National Thespians 3.4. Peterson, Kristine-Tennis 3. G.R.A. 1,2.3.4. Pep Club 1. Ski Club 2.3.4. Leaders' Club 3,4. Class Board 2.3.4. Leaders 3,4. MONTAGE 4. Wrestlettes 4. Peterson, Sandra-N.H.S. 3.4. 4-semester honor pin. F.T.A. 2.4. Spanish Club 2. Student Coun- cil 1. Transferred from Redondo Union High School. Philbin, Eunice-Knot picturedl. Piermarini, Angela-Pep Club 1. G.R.A. 1.2. Drama Club 1.2. Ski Club 3,4. F.T.A. 4. Office Guide 3. Pinder, Eugene-Football 1,2.3,4. Basketball 1,2. 3.4. Baseball 1.2. Piscitello, Phillip John-Wrestling 1,2,3.4. Base- ball 2. Anthropology 4. Outside activities saw Senior participation Poethkow, Nancy E.-Office Guide 3,4. Pollitz, Donna-German 1. Ski Club 2.3.4 fTreasur- er 2. President 3.45. Presidents' Club 3,4. Racing Team ,3,4. Pan Language Club 4. Porter, Owen Ray. Potter, Susan Lynn-Pep Club 1. Office Occupations Club 4. Library Aide 1. Office Guide 2. Powell, Gregory Alan-Swimming 1. Rifle Club 1.2. Pratt, Emil Joseph. Precin, Michael lf.-Wrestling 1.2.3. Puzzo, Jacqueline. Quan, Laura-Equestrian Club 3.4. Rabattini, Kristina NI.-Art Club 1.2,3,4. V-Show 4. Orchesis 3.4. Rabicki, Anthony A.-Football 1.2.3. Basketball l. Rader, Michael. Radlein, Rick A.-Knot picturedj. 40 SLYIORS In fi v . f 5 f ,,..v iii 'fbi' Pi I 1 ,qs 'T 6 ,S ., 'vx an .gffjf i , it. . , ""'f 4 . 4, . ,f m JS, 'kX1kf,.,: " a .S I F xl 4 y l naw 1- X Raffaele, Tony-Football 1. Wrestling 1,3. Basket- ball 2. Baseball 1,4. Raffelson, Doris-Transferred from William Hor- lick High School. Rambo, Dennis R.-Football 1,2,3,4 lCo-Captain 45. Wrestling l,2,3. Homecoming Court Escort 4. Student Council 4. Rand, Scott. Rano, Denise-French Club 1,2,3. N.H.S. 3. Trans- ferred from Siena High School. Rapp, Linda-Transferred from St. Patrick's Academy. Reed, Christy-G.R.A. 1,2,3,4. Leaders 3,4. Lead- ers' Club 4. Pep Club 1,2,3,4. F.T.A. 3,4 lPresident 43. Library Club 4. Teacher's Aide 3.4. Reed, Roark James-Math-Science Seminar 4. Reily, David Keith-Tennis 2,3. Fall Play 2,3,4. Winter Play 2.3. National Thespians 3,4. N.H.S. 3,4. 4-semester honor pin. Drama Club 2,3,4. Astronomy Club 2,3,4. Presidents' Club 3. Retzke, Judy Lee-Spring Play 2. Winter Play 4. Quill 8x Scroll 3.4. Pep Club 1,2,4. G.R.A. 1. Leaders' Club 3,4. Leaders 3.4. MONTAGE 3,4. Ristau, David-Basketball 1,2,3,4. Baseball 1,2,3,4. Football 2,3,4. Rizzo, Cheryl D.-V-Show 4. 4-semester honor pin. Creative Writing Club 1. Pep Club 1,2. F.T.A. 1,2. G.R.A. 1,2. Spanish Club 2.3.4 iSecretary 33. Folk Guitar Club 2. Orchesis 3,4 CSecretary 45. Frank Schultz needs concentration to sketch portrait Vlckl and Rlckl Kamberg try pastry at the Senior Tea Senior Karen Pekarek finds the necessary materials and information at hand in the Math-Science Center for a science assignment. Seniors put Resource Centers to use Iss xx 1' ,,.,,. vi- la'-x Ll, . 5 .la . swf . . -X7 I , C 2 Cl' 42 SENIORS sE.,E..V Y X , pq ,A :S I-Q. gli I1-X i ,km , ,bay 9 Roberts, Nancy-G.R.A 1,2,3. Pep Club 1,2,3,4. F.T.A. 3,4. Teacher's Aide 3,4. 4-semester honor pin. Rohn, Richard Thomas-Football 1,2,3. Choir 1,2, 3,4. Tri-M 4. Rolfe, Debra-Pep Club 1,2,3. MONTAGE 4. Flashers 4. Ralph, George Mike-Gymnastics 1. Honschke, Patricia A.-G.A,A. 1. P.A.A. 3. Glee Club 3. Guitar Club 3. Drama Club 3. Folk Mu- sic Club 4. Equestrian Club 4. Transferred from St. Patrick's Academy. Rose, Eric-Knot picturedl. Rosenberg, Martin C.-Wrestling 1,2. Track 4. Transferred from Niles North High School. Rossol, Dave-Basketball 1,2,3. Baseball 1,2,3. Roth, Jeff Rozanski, Barbara. Ruggiero, Steven-Transferred from Collegio Nuevo Granada, Bogota, Colombia, South America. Ruseky, Richard-Knot picturedl. Sakata, David. Sakla, Gary-Football 1,2. Basketball 1. Baseball 1, 2,3,4. 4-semester honor pin. N.H.S. 3,4. MON- TAGE 4. Sakowicz, Charles. Sanoshy, Robert-Football 1. Wrestling 1. Sarantakos, James-Football 1,2. Gymnastics 1. Spring Play 3. Winter Play 3. Fall Play 4. Rifle Club 2. Savino, Kathryn Ann-Pep Club 1.3. F.T.A. 4. G.R.A. 2. Hostess Club 4. Scaletta, Frank-Russian Club 2,3. Student Council 3. Scarpelli, Felicia M.-Library Club 3. Library Guide 3. Pep Club 3. Equestrian Club 3. Scaturro, Elizabeth Susan-P.A.A. 1,2,3. Drum Kr Bugle Corps 1,2,3. Color Guard 4. V-Show 3. Math Club 1. Drama Club 1,3. Transferred from St. Patrick's Academy. Schaefer, Robert-Football 1,2. V.I.C.A. 3. Schallau, Virginia. Scherer, Barbara Jean-Pep Club 2,3 lJr. Class Rep. 35. F.T.A. 3,4. Schillinger, Jean Marie-Leaders 3,4. Schira, Ronald. Schlamp, Susan J.-V-Show 3. Orchesis 4. 4-se- mester honor pin. Schlau, David Leon-Swimming 1,2,3. Schmidt, Eileen Joy-Pep Club 1,2,3,4 lSecretary 43. MONTAGE 3,4 lEditor-in-Chief 41. Quill Sz Scroll 3,4. 4-semester honor pin. F.T.A. 4. History Rite Award. Schmidt, Steven-Football 1,3. Student Council 1. Honors Club 2. Art Club 4. Philosophy Club 4. Transferred from Skyline High School. Schnell, Lana Jean-School Store Manager 3.4. Schnell, Linda Rae-School Store Manager 3,4. Counseling Office Guide 4, Schroeder, Kip Scott-Computer Club 3. Astronomy Club 4. Schultz, Edward L.-Ski Club 2,3,4. Schultz, Francis Walter-Golf 1,3. Basketball 1,2,3. Art Club 4. Schulz, Robert-V.I.C.A. 3. Schumacher, Ken. Schwerin, LeRoy Frank-Marching Band 1,2,3,4. Symphonic Band 1,2. Concert Band 2,3. Jazz Band 2,3,4. Q. 43 af J fa ' 959- : -C 3' R, r il. 1 'H 'uw . , if Se .3 more '43 at Q 5 ,. , N cad W, X SENIORS 43 2' no N 1 was Sebastian, Wendie-Equestrian Club 3.4. Student Supervisor 3.4. Seifert, Valerie-Girls' Glee Club 4. Art Club 4. Transferred from St. Patrick's Academy. Serges, Kathleen Anne-Calendar Girl 3. Debate 3. N.F.L. 3. Orchesis 2.3. Class Board 3. Sevemon, Robert-Basketball 1.2.3. Football 1.2.3. 4. Transferred from Lynbrook High School. Shabec, William-Track 1. Shearn. Michael. Sheldon, Robert-Chorus 1. Track 2. Football 2.3.4. Ski Club 2.3.4. Shemanski. John Leonard-Chess Club 1. Cross Country 2. Track 2. Greenhouse Manager 2.3. Radio Club 3. Transferred from St. Viator's High School. Siemianowski, Barbara A.iGerman Club 1. Ski Club 2. G.R.A. 2. Pep Club 2. F.T.A. 3. MON- TAGE 4 iBusiness Editor 49. Skarda. Laurence-Knot picturedl. Skibinski, Cynthia-Folk Music Club 1. Skridulis, Cynthia-Knot picturedl. Smith, Josiah L.-Basketball 1.2.3. Baseball 1. Football 1.2,3.4. Snellman. David Pentli-Football 1.2. We often expressed ourselves individually Sobon, Edward J.-Track 1.2,3.4. Football 2. Cross Country 3. Student Supervisor 3. Sparer, John W. Spasari. John Vincent-Football 1.2.3.4. Sronkoski. Donna-Chorus 1. Girls' Glee Club 2. Choral Capers 2.3.4. Choir 3.4. Pastels 2.3.4. Madrigals 3.4. V-Show 3.4. Tri-M 2.3.4 QPresident 41. Leaders 3.4. Leaders' Club 3.4. MONTAGE 3. Color Guard 4. Class Board 4. District 214 Music Festival 2.3.4. IMEA District 3.4. Christmas Ball Queen 4. Stecks, Gregory. Steffy, Dale-Baseball 1. Basketball 1.2. Steinbach, Anne Louise-Para-psychology Club 2. Computer Club 3. V-Show 3. Leaders 3.4. Stiff Laurence-Baseball 1. Symphonic Band 1.3. Concert Band 2. Marching Band 1.2.3,4. Dis- trict 214 Music Festival Band 3.4. Stines, Edward. Stinger. Patricia-Pep Club 1. Office Guide 3. Stingley, Claudia-Leader 3.4. Stolle. Karen-French Club 1. G.R.A. 1. Chorus 1. Girls' Glee Club 2. Pastels 2.3.4. Choral Ca- pers 2,3.4. IMEA District 3. V-Show 3.4. Choir 3.4. Madrigals 4. Tri-M 2.3.4 1Vice-President 47. F.T.A. 2.3.4. Color Guard 1.2.3.4 CCaptain 1.2.3.4J. Track Official 2.3. Ski Club 4. Teach- er's Aide 4. 44 SENIORS -xx.. Slowell, Janet-Orchesis 3.4. 4 Stregel, Robert Ronald. Sullivan, Gail-Equestrian Club 3.4. Sutter, Bill-Knot picturedh. Suoboda, Debbie-French Club 1,2. Pep Club 3. Swanson, Suzanne Gail-Cheerleading 1,2,3,4. Cal- endar Girl 3. GUARDIAN 4. History Rite Award. F.T.A. 1. Ski Club 1. G.R.A. 1,2. Pep Club 1,2. Presidents' Club 2.3. Student Coun- cil 1,2,3,4 lVice-President 45. Class Board 1, 2,3 KPresident 2,3J. Christmas Ball Attendant 4. Swanson, Tanya-Choir 3,4. Junior Sextet, Senior f Sextet. Reading Club 1. Girls' Glee 2. Library A Guide 1. Transferred from Steinberg High A ff--if -. School. Swenson, David-Gymnastics 1,2,3,4. Marching Band 1,2,3,4. Symphonic Band 1,2,3,4. Jazz Band 1,2,3. Tri-M 2,3,4. f' 1 ' l rv Summers, Debbie. 4,3 X N L 'KW 5 -f Teele, Sally Ann-Pom-Pon Squad 3,4 QCaptain 45. Pep Club 1,2,3. Transferred from Minnesota Teeters, Richard Wayne-Baseball 1,2,3, Football 1,2,3,4. Basketball 1. Wrestling 2. N.H.S. 3,4. Chess Club 3,4. Q Tews, Wilhelm Roger-fnot picturedl. Football 1.2, IV? gl l 3,4. Swimming 1. Track 1,2,3,4. Basketball 2 M lManager 23. Art Club 4. Homecoming Court Escort 4. Texidor, Elaine-V-Show 4. Spanish Club 1. French Club 1. Orchesis 4. Class Board 1. GUARD- IAN 3,4. Color Guard 4. Thomas, Gregory-4-semester honor pin. M0 ellterf-liiI1S the MOHIGEE staff With her guitar. Becke strikes a graceful pose in the Humanities Center. Eggs 2 q 4 w-2' ., Q- . "" Z::::.. - SENIORS 45 bf. IJ W X,-W 5. ,aho- f-5... x. . I, f is-. 1'-.' P Na- 0 , y Q, ..,. . ,Nap fi:-:,,. , all :Q-3.1. V' .X if .v 1? ' F '13 . ' . fa - is 2-4 4 .fx is lf! Thompson, Mark. Tichy, Rebecca Jo-0.0. 4. Tokay, Susan-Spanish Club 1,2,3. Ski Club 3,4. German Club 3. International Club 4. 4-se- mester honor pin. French Rite Award. Tolp, Paula Jean-Library Club 2. Tomich, Niklos James-Baseball 2 CManager 25. Tompkins, Patricia Marie-G.R.A. 1,2. Tordsen, Chris-Marching Band 1,2,3. Symphonic Band 1,2,3. 0.0. 4. Treanor, Patricia-Knot picturedl. Tringali, Charna-Art Club 2. Class Board 4. Latin Rite Award. Latin Cum Laude Award. Trudan, Sharon-Symphonic Band 1,2,3,4. Marching Band 1,2,3,4. Pep Band 1,2,3,4. V-Show 3,4. Tri-M 3,4. Biology Club 1. Pep Club 1,4. Host- ess Club 4. F.T.A. 4. Turner, Janice L.-Freshmen Girls' Chorus. Pep Band 3. Concert Band 3. Marching Band 3. Ukleja, Christine-Pep Club 3. Uragami, John Thomas-Baseball 1,2,3. Basket- ball 1 1Manager 13. Football 1 fManager lj. 4- semester honor pin. MONTAGE 4. Elk Grove High School follows society as it modifies to meet the informality of today's standards. ,,,,m,.a V-9 'Who 46 SENIORS v ., Uttenreuther, Thomas James-Health Guide 1. Vaccarello, Charles-Band 1. Chemistry Club 3. Vaid, Charles-lnot picturedl. Valentine, AndreagSocial Studies Rite Award. Pep Club 1. Creative Writing Club 1. Art Club 2. N.H.S. 2.3.4. Spanish Club 3. 4-semester honor pin. Spanish Cum Laude Award. Pan Language Club 4. Vandiuere, William. Vegh, Patricia Sherry-Drama 1. Pep Club 1.3.4. Math Club 1. Ski Club 1. French Club 2.3. Mu- sic 2.3. Speech 4. Transferred from Glenbrook North High School. Venlos, Lynn-G.R.A. 1. Individual Speech 2,3 spanish Club 2.3. ski Club 2.3. Foreign Ex- change Student 3. 4-semester honor pin. Vesey, Gary L.-Freshman Showcase 1. German Club 1. Ski Club 2,3.4. Football 2.3. Swimming 2. Track 2,3,4. Vilim, Barbara-G.R.A. 1.2. Pep Club 1,2,3. Ski Club 1.2.4. A.F.S. 1. Para-Psychology Club 2, 3 CVice-president 33. German Club 2. Spanish Rite Award. Villars, Becke Gail-Freshmen Showcase 1. Cre- ative Writing Club 1. Spanish Club 1. French Award 2. GUARDIAN 3,4 lEditor 43. Quill 8: Scroll 3.4. Student Council 4. District 214 Curriculum Committee 4. Vittal, William-Swimming 1. Voight, Donald-Football 1,2,4. Baseball 1.2. Marching Band 1. Concert Band 1. Vokoun, Robert-Biology Club 1. Library Club 1. Dramatics 3.4. Drama Club 4. National Thes- pians 4. 'J mx , a- .. Y'- fmfirgs , X9 f 9 lr' tw -46+ 44 in P Ns , ,,.. .I 4' an-if' ' , if-S.. 4- 5 As times changed, so did our dress code Voss. Patricia Ann. Voyta. Nancy-Pep Club 1. Class Board 1. Office Guide 2.3.4. G.R.A. 3.4. Hostess Club 4. Wajerski, Kathryn-Pep Club 3. Walczak, Judith Carol-Biology Club 1. German Club 2. Social Science Club 3. Office Guide 1, 2,3,4. Student Tutor 3. Student Supervisor 4. Waldenmaier, Karen L.-G.R.A. 1.2. Pep Club 1.2, 3. Girls' Glee Club 2. Choir 3.4. Junior-Senior Girls' Sextet 3. Senior Girls' Sextet 4. Pom- Pon Squad 3. Color Guard 4. Tri-M 4. GUARD- IAN 4. Waldrep. Brenda-Latin Club 3. German Club 3. Wallen. James-Track 1.2.3. Cross Country 2.3. Swimming 2. Marching Band 1,2,3,4. Pep Band 1,2.3,4. Symphonic Band 1,2,3,4. Chess Club 1, 2. Math Club 2. Lettermen's Club 2.3.4 fSec- retary 45. Walser, Linda-Pep Club 1.2.3.4 lPresident 41. Wrestlettes 4. Equestrian Club 4. MONTAGE 4. Q Walter, Dale Arland-Football 1. Gymnastics 1.2, 3.4. Walter, Judy Anne-French Award 1,2. French Club 1.2. Stage Crew 1. Yearbook 1. Art Club 3. 4- semester honor pin 3. Transferred from For- est View High School. Walther, Owen-Gymnastics 1.2. Mail room 1. Ski Club 1,2,3,4. Ski Racing Team 3.4. Waschbusch, Linda-G.R.A. 1.2. Spanish Club 1. Pep Club 2. Para-Psychology Club 3. Current Events Club 4. Ski Club 4. qi... S v-.5 9 I sol! I 1:'g'fr-M" f - tip- x iz-.1 fit ,il SENIORS -I 3 4..., K . 4... Vrkr I . f n ik if v - : V V 3 X, 4 'B' .2 fm: JL ' l: 'Q of li .... . A- 1 X fi ' puma .. 1 af 4 PX 'R' my 'K .- .--...-Q. ew Weadley. Jeanne-Pom-Pon Squad 3.4. Pep Club 3. Class Board 2.3.4. Leaders 3.4. Leaders' Club 3.4. Weir, Ann-Leaders 3.4. Leaders' Club 3.4. Pep Club 3. Transferred from St. Thomas High School. Welnicki, Rene-Knot picturedl. Westerberg. Robert-Football 1.2.3.4. Wrestling 1.2.3. Golf 1. Jazz Band 1.2,3.4. Marching Band 1.2.3. Symphonic Band 1,2.3.4. Festival Orchestra 1. 4-semester honor pin. Tri-M 3.4. Wherry, Linda Marie. Wichmann. Keith-Knot picturedj. Radio Club 1.2. Widner, Cathy-Spanish Club 1. G.R.A. 1,2. Pep Club 2. Ski Club 4. Current Events Club 4. Wiebe, Chrisline Anne-Freshmen Choir 1. Girls' Sextet 1. Girls' Glee Club 2.3. Pastels 2. Choir 3.4. Madrigals 3. Girls' Ensemble 3. Senior Girls' Sextet 4. Tri-M 2.3.4. Pep Club 3.4. F.T.A. 4. Wrestlettes 4. Transferred from Parkway West High School. Wierzbinski, Tom-lnot picturedl. Football 1.2. Williams, Irene Maregrelt Mary-Ski Club 1.2. Art Club 1.2. F.T.A. 3. Art Appreciation Associa- tion 3. Hockey 3. Transferred from Carmel High School. Williams, Jefff Williams, Pamela J.-Art Club 4. Transferred from Chestmoor High School. Willis, Charmaine-Pep Club 1. G.R.A. 1.2. Li- brary Club 2.3 CTreasurer 33. Library Guide 1.2.3. Willis, WilliamfGymnastics 1. Flying Club 4. Wintz, Gene. Wohlford, Mark-Wrestling 1. Tennis 1.2. Football 2. Wojtkiewicz, William-Transferred from Kelvyn Park High School. Woloshyn, Jeffrey. Wood, Judy-G.R.A. 1. Softball 1. Transferred from Ozaukee High School. Our struggle was overg we had made it C7? on G45 'gl . ., ul... I I wise . -. is 1. I IH Fl Z o x UT Woods. Robert Sleven Jr.-Football 1. Ski Club 1. 2.3.4. Ski Team 3.4. Wooley. Dawn E.-G.R.A. 1,2 fSecretary 23. Pep Club 1.2. A.V. 3 1Secretary 31. Wright, Robyn-Transferred from Fenton High School. Wubbolding, Christine-French Club 1.2. P.A.A. 1.2. Glee Club 2.3. Basketball 3. Transferred from St. Patrick's Academy. Yatteau. Donna. Ybarra, Jesus-Wrestling 1.2. Track 1.2. Cross Country 1.2.3. Zerebiny, Shari L.-Freshman Showcase 1. Sym- phonic Band 1.2.4. Marching Band 1,2.3.4. In- dividual Speech 2. V-Show 3.4. Concert Band 3. GUARDIAN 3,4 lEditorial'Editor 45. Quill Xi Scroll 3.4. Tri-M 3.4 lSecretary 43. Class board 1. Spanish Club 1. Equestrian Club 4. Zielinski. Gary Wayne-Track l. Cross Country 1. Transferred from St. Laurence High School. "Q ,S X - Q rw 1 John Fylpaa and Steve Brown work diligently on a Zoology-test. Nancy Hishcke assists mascot, Mr. Carioti. Senior couple Lynn Evans and Ron Fink discuss the evening's activities at LaFete, formal dance ofthe 1969 Homecoming weekend. SENIOHS 49 Q 7 2, sa, e A VT Bottom Row: Dean Bastounes, Diane Rasmussen, Jeff McKelvey. Schorn, Laura Heineman, Pat Weber, Nancy Lunak, Kathy Karen 0'L92lfyC ROW 22 Lynn D1-lfningv Roxanne Padllla. Gayle erns, Kim Kohl, Back Row: Mary Carroll, Betsy Wesche, Jackson, Kathy Shea, Karen Jeffries, Linda Teslikg Row 3: Janet VanBerkum, Roberta Jay, Maureen Hamilton, Linda Bland! '71 were recognized as tomorrow's leaders Senior leader, Junior Debbie Olson, does a split on rings The Junior class, living under the motto "'71 topped by none," has had a successful and prosper- ous year. Under the leadership of President Jeff McKelvey, Vice-President Karen O'Leary, Secre- tary Diane Rasmussen, and Treasurer Dean Bas- tounes, they have fulfilled all of their many plans. Sponsoring various dances along with several other activities, they raised money for their class treasury. They got off to a good start by sponsoring the annual Kick-off Dance, which turned out to be one of the biggest successes yet. The class of '71 displayed their school and class spirit during Homecoming week by selling Grenadier buttons and '71 class pins. Other activities they par- ticipated in were the Powder Puff football game at Fun Night and selling concessions at football and basketball games. The creativity of the class was shown through 1 their magnificent production of the Junior-Senior Prom, with the theme "A Time for Us." It will truly l be remembered throughout the coming years. "Spirit" is a key word for the class of '71, for they are full of the pep and energy which they have displayed through all their activities. l JUNIORS Bob Abata, Dave Abernathy, Nick Adams, Nancy Albert, Joe Albright, Mark Allison, Toni Amatore Linda Applequist, Angela Arnold, De- vota Austin, Carol Baiardo, Jeanne Baker, Richard Barden, Patricia Bart- lett Pam Barton, Cheryl Bartuce, Bonnie Baselt, Dean Bastounes, Thomas Baumstark, Allan Benson, Curt Bergea mann Matthew Berry, Greg Berto, Barbara Bishop, Lucille Bitte, Linda Bland- ford, Kathy Blue, Lorraine Blume Stephen Boggs, Ralph Bonnin, Vincent Bono, Gary Borg, John Bosslet, Linda Bowman, Dan Box John Boyle, Jeanne Bradley, Mark Brandt, Greg Brauer, Eugene Brennan, Richard Brick, Christine Brinkman Christine Brown, Paul Brown, William Browning, Don Brun, David Bruno, Bill Buchholz, Donald Buehler Dennis Burmeister, Kevin Burtt, Pa- tricia Bush, Tim Busse, Carmen Ca- brera, Rose Mary Calva, Mary Camp- bell Chris Cannizzo, Becky Cantrell, James Carone, Daniel Carroll, Mary Carroll, Thomas Carroll, Thomas Casto Alan Cerny, Pamela Chepil, Penny Cholewinski, Joe Chrabot, Brian Claes, Kathy ClaDD, Mary Claps Claudia Clark, Nora Lynn Clark, Dre- ama Cline, Scott Clinton, Philip Coco- mise, Kevin Coll, Julie Collesi Pam Connelly, Pat Connolly, Laura Conter, Manuel Contreras, Linda Cook, Jim Cooney, Phil Cotini yyyl i -f1' V 5 ,- tsl 1, I C we .,,, . za Q 2451222 -, 5+ 9 , Q 3 Q 1 gli W ii X WBPW' ,. rfefwegarf M. , .- ,I N4 A " -QT.. if L N W, , i, , 9 A X, ...T 6 B, . X f A . f K I T W- ' -. iii 'K G r f .- , c. W -4 - . ,- S. I ' A ff .,,,,,-Qs' -.1 '4- ,A A ,ff , ,, ee Vo- 4' .. x , wir , T . "J 'Q 1 " ,A . ' is k T? 'f . f t. A ip si ' , A AJ l ' i on V , V, E A - 511,23 .J , sg, I 'l f ffili 4 rl A w ill A ,1,' r'l' V X' L iff ,"' f ir ' 'i" , uahq L., f gr ' - a re 1, r I " ' , ' f' is A y 1 In ' km., A, - zllm -'t' , 4' T ,. - V-U' -, x' ' 'f gv -ri 1 W m 1' M , 6. " l ' 'llf . - flirt r .Q Q, ,,, .Q . 'If' -4 ' 1 Q' If UQ . ' - iff? iq A ' ff N if y 2 A n f A , ' fr, 'ar' A' w ill 'f eeir fleer r A c s is ' ' 1-1 5 . f f-i V., -'rg 5 , 1 'I' l Gas ff 1 J J A r Vr-v, - V A ' X . xi ' "" f A :".1'j'...:f"i ,gf JUNIORS 53 Q ,, . , . F . s 2 141 Fig- Hi g W A ' T' ei 5 ,f-I 73,51-1 f,x X , V y N Q I Y ' E ,Q Q 'W va ife 'fig , q HP t Q X f 4 x " s ,t K A A 54 JU 0 o . , ,e,AJd-fam' f 1 ' e J t -11 W "T,-f .eg W N, ..., get , ..,. E a 'J X Mary Ann Cozzola, Judy Culver, Nanci Curley, Roger Czerniak, Jeff Dailidas, Jim Dalcerro, Rita Danca Peter Daniel, Linda Darbee, Susan Dean, Jeri Decarlo, John Deering, Su- san Deevey, Dennis Delcampo Deana Dempsey, Ted Depalma, John Desmond, Christine Despain, Renee Dewitt, Leo Diasio, Donna Didier Daniel Digangi, John Digiovanni, Wayne Dillavou, Kathleen Dimond, Geneva Disilvio, Robert Dodds, Neal Dorsey Angelia Douglass, Maureen Drysch, Ricky Duke, Dan Dumelle, Pat Dunning, Lynn Durning, Tom Dutson Juniors gave Seniors "A Time for Us" Gregory Dziem, Brule Eagan, Mary Ann Earwaker, Jackie Ehlebracht, Robert Emslie, Henry Ermel, Gary Esposito Norene Estry, Bill Evans, June Evans, Joe Fabos, Sue Fanslow, Donna Farner, Steve Farrell Robert Feller, Orlando Fernandez, Tom Finnerty, Ron Fiorito, John Fitzgerald, Theres Fitzpatrick, Don Flerlage Richard Flude, Elaine Fogel, Russell Fodlen, John Ford, Pat Forester, Kathy Franke, Martha Anne Funk Grace Gahalla, Bruce Gaitsch, Nancy Gale, Reynaldo Garces, Gloria Garza, Joann Geanconteri, Kathy Geisler NIORS , xxx , V Y- -.: y. , ll x A A J pf in , 1 P 4. , 1 , 4 1 7 , ' . at " r Q Mak ' 49' f 3 , . so '- 4 4 ' i li.. K mluluw 'J li :Nagy n mins:-. Steve Gersdorf, Ellen Gianaris, Peggy 'Y 'ar .li V' N g if' is Gibisch, Kathy Gin, Rex Gilmore, Jim Klif giilg' ,fglwi , A J it 5 i, 3' Gilson. Robert Glejf itll if . me 'iliiil aw . 1 ' . ii ' Xl it i - 1 s Joe Goerger, Martin Goerger, Karen Ri? .fx , V' Goeske, Tina Goloskewitsch, Nancy A X , f Q ' 'R Gordon, Theodore Gore, Carol Great' ff im ' I ' , . 1101159 ' xx it Nl 1 ' i 'H it XX . 'gtg David Grillaert, Roberta Grimshaw, if 7 Jacob Groenhof, Sandy Grover, Randy 1, ' 3 I K Gruber, Donna Gruninger, David Guast- aferri Kathy Gurnack, James Hackett, Charles Hadley, Ruth Hahn, Robert Hall, Mau- reen Hamilton, Ray Hansen Georgene Harris, Eugene Harris, Brenda Hart, Peter Hartmann, Fred Hauserman, Phillip Heimberger, Laura Heinemann In the fall play Steve Boggs acts a part. E13 4 pg f gf' if ,,..f w - ' K iits if S i i Milf? ,it - if, ' 0 ' Q st i 'Qi .ei i g V 'Al . ' ELY FZ. A' me 5 -:sri:r:':-Iiv -si Senior leader Kathy Severns performs the straddle vault. JUNIORS 55 fr "-'ff 1 'Yi x 1 vii 'v f ,? K, sv .1 x Q ii" ,,, 2425,- H v , ,. 7 .L 1 , ,G , 'L ,B n f p f, , , ,xy Xi: :av 1 NZ. , X "5 Axe, 1 , -5 ix HXX X I A . ga. X is 1 " . z f I 'v " I , 'N x X ra. x N 1 1 ' KN li b - 4' .. . I . . . e Ig, ii- i " Fitz' I ai s ' K " I I f in , 6 , Q -. . -ff' -' L 1, I , ' 2. ,. ' .wi A if xx .gif .l I il J J RJ I .., f or 1 - if Jig WHI Q , ,KE '14 'G' f . C' Q Q, 1 A ' 57.9 'fe 1 fl' . be f X- .Q if E -fs-'ji ,,51 , 7 , 4. it . '.,:,., az- ' ' 'e " ..i - e ll!! it Fm :a if 56 JUNIORS Peggy Hendricks, Robert Hickey, David Hilderbrand, Thor Hinckley, Kathy Hixson, Patricia Holmes, Linda Hoos Mark Hopkins, Mary Ann Hornacek, John Hovey, Linda Huebner, Steve Huf- ton, Raymond Hughes, Kurt Hunciker Janice Hurley, Pam Ibbotson, Jim Idstein, John Imlah, John Imperial, Cathy Irsch, John Issel Gayle Jackson, Gwenn Jacobs, Robert Jacobson, Patricia Jarmuth, Jeff Ja- rocki, Heidi Jaschke, Susan Jaskulke Debbie Jasper, Roberta Jay, Todd Jefferies, Karen Jeffries, Ernhardt Jensen, Joseph Jobelius, Mark Johnson Sharon Johnson, Steve Johnson, Diana Johnston, Jim Jones, Bill Jones, Su- zanne Jongleux, Mike Jordan Vicky Justinick, George Kanagin, Randi Kapfhamer, Gail Kaplan, Linda Keith, Debbie Kelly, Ann Kesler Debbie Khoshaba, Tom Kincaid, Cindy King, Diane Kinn, Sharon Kinsella, James Kleinpass, Andy Klest Robert Klingel, Mike Klinger, Amy Klopp, Kathy Knopf, Jeff Kob, Kim Kohl, Kim Krall Susan Kramer, Shonnie Krueger, Deb- bie Kuminowski, Chris Kunze, Pam Kuzniar, Margaret Lamberg, David Landwehr Ron Landwehr, Robert Langsfeld, Val- erie Larson, Jeanette Lawson, Robert Leibrock, Alan Lemke, Dean Lemke Chris Lesniak, Alan Lewandowski, Bill Lienlokken, Lawrence Liotta, Leroy Liotta, Robert Liptak, Nancy Lunak Steve Lunsmann, Debra Luzietti, Wil- liam Maggs, Jack Malmedahl, Russell Malone, Virginia Manning, Janet Mar- cusson Steve Maresso, Jackie Marmitt, Janet Marsh, Dan Martin, Robert Martin, Scott Martin, Pat Massey James McBride, Candy McCaffery, Karen McCann, Robert McCoy, Mike McEvoy, Linda McGill, Jeffrey Mc- Kelvey Denyse McLean, Kevin McMahon, Debbie McNichols, Craig McPherson, Barb Meiser, Rosemary Meluso, Cindy Meredik Kathy Meyer, Steve Micek, Greg Mich- ela, Beverley Miedema, Rick Milas, Pam Miller, Al Mitsos 4 a ,, . ,, ' Ar if Q3 x 'N , ' n ,g mf' , liar W A fx W A 3 5:5 no , ,L ,XJ - 9 In A .ew tx z r if i 5 ' Y k ,fr AE A: III ,' A 9 I I I A 3, e i 5 S . SK' ' ' 'A ' We 'ly it, . X 5 e be 1 'Q' ' 1 1 Y " 'Q l ., rf " it .. 5, 4552? I if Class of 71 was topped by none ve ' Q M , x s P' J 1 f A S i? 6 4 ,A ,An,. -L V if L-sf. , l r 1 ,- Q ' A I . V 2 I' A E iz U f I P .rg if A ., M ., gk 1,A x L-if, ,Q Q A V : y'i' N "f i, " " I P A E yy P 5' y , ' Q s, i 21 -y iii: mi , .3 K f -. .io . J or J Nick Mitros, David Mollenkamp, Nor- ma Montemayor, Cindy Moran, Jim Moran, Mike Morey, Paul Morris Rosemary Mortenson, Maureen Mur- phy, Jim Nardi, Jane Nelson, Diana Neubert, Steve Nitschneider, Neal Noga Diane Norman, Richard Norris, Linda Notson. Susan Nugent, Mary Kay OBrien, Patrick OBrien, Mary 0Con- nor Karen OLeary, Evan Olos, Debbie Ol- son, Dale Ostrowski, Jim Ottinger, Inger Overland, Roxann Padula - Mike Parrillo, Charles Parrish, Carl Pasurka, Janet Patzer, Ward Pesat, Tom Peters, Kathy Petersen JUNIORS 57 - I , ' lbw V l IRA X ,V - vw ' f I r M' Q 1 Q , Beverly Peterson, Shelley Peterson, V' , fx J, Leslie Pilkington, Mike Pinto, Camille A4 . ' l Piraino, Ellen Pizzillo, Robin Pluemer .x'f9' , , Q : 0 I , YQ,: i - g , , Y , " John Plummer, Robert Polle, Georgina X l Ponce, Bonnie Popp, Gabriella Powers, ' +1" ' 'H ' ' ' 1 A Bill Pratt, Mark Pridgeon gi 4? gl 6 J . Ji ,, ,J X , Gary Proehl, James Proszek, Richard N- Quaglia, Gordon Quick, Steve Quick, 'ik F f -4' Pat Rader, Frances Rains 6 Q ff 'f ' 195 B 9 2 Q it .Y i Diane Rasmussen, Lela Ratledge, Ren- f ' , , g ff- dall Raven, Corinne Reeder, Jim Reem, f Nancy Reitz, Dorothy Retsinas Q r W Y X, , Larry Richards, John Rindell, Michael ' I ' Rizio, Greg Roberts, Winfred Robisch, r f Jim Roden, Linda Rohn Janet Sibilski enjoys a delicious meal from the cafeteria. Linda Teslik cheers the Junior Varsity team to ViCt0l'Y- 58 JUNIORS Jim Romano, Kim Ross, Steve Ross, Peter Rotter, Ken Rowley, Rick Ru- cinski, Craig Rudolph Kim Ruggiero, Wendy Sand, Fred San- ders, Geraldine Scanlon, Gary Scaletta, Bob Schaefer, Sharon Schalk Ed Schlitz, Scott Schonbrun, Janet Schorn, Gary Schroeder, Mary Schultz, Bob Schwartz, Karen Sealy Louise Seidl, Kathy Severns, Robin Shaft, Sally Shaw, Kathy Shea, Carol Shepardson, John Shera Pam Sholty, Pam Shroyer, Linda Shur- son. Janet Sibilski, Susan Sica, Ken Siebold, Mark Siewert Anne Sittig, Norman Sizemore, Dennis Skibinski, Bill Skjoldager, Eileen Small, Leonard Smart, Brian Smith Chris C. Smith, Chris J. Smith, Danny Smith, Greg Smith, Robert Smith, Gary Sobieski, Terry Somers Sandy Sosnowski, Linda Spagnola, Joni Sprenger, Lori Squassoni, Diane Ste- fanos, Dan Stenoien, Nancy Strumph Mary Sulaski, Lynne Sullivan, Jim Surdynski, David Swanger, Sylvia Tagliati, Chris Tangorra, Dianne Tanner Kathy Tansey, Bonita Tavormina, Linda Teslik, Scott Tholl, Carol Thomey, Robert Thulin, Anne Tobin 1 Bill Toovey, Marilyn Tripp. Larry Turner, Mike Turner, Donna Tursch- man, Debra Urbina, Becky Usdrowski Eileen Vacho, David Valentine, Marian Vambreck, Kim Vanberkum, Cindy Van Roeyen, Dean Venes, Joan Vink N any . ill!!-.ii-.sQ.l zisixmullll V if ' .- Y ,VA X:-f 1111,-fx' 1' i I 3? 'Q ' I7 f,-- iiflviff 5, ffy fx f J . . ,,,, ,, . 1 , ., V v 1 O- z at 'tt 'Q . " ' J' it . '-es ' 1-Iff fgi, X 'Sufi .s-,v Ni N ', A J - , 3 - fail 'v F iff 1 I if , X ,Q S 5 . I C., . ,af r ft. i . 1 ' ,Q XX f , ' Nlxdg WT 6 'KY Q 3 23 wg g ,' s La ' i '- . f fri! X Y l X I i ' i, fs W 1 Q Q 1 V it ,F i V J- - 5254 X X 4 ,.. ' 'FXJ 1 Q LL Vx A x R if f . ff, v fit X ' ' i ii' -' T91 , 'za , lf ' 3 fx z ' - f ' " i... K3 fvlf s.I,vaJ , ,- If -- Ken Vollmer, Karen Walsh, Carla . A 5 I C , F, as W dak - 1 ' f . 'J' ' ' ' 1 2 6, , I a E:-.fi I i ' 2 , x 9,4 fi V, , i -ix. , L, Walters, Tom Warkentin, Kathy Watts, ' Q Bob Webb, Pat Weber Elizabeth Wesche, Linda Wheeler, " Bruce Whiting, Ruth Wiard, Judy Wil- X cox, Mike Willems, Steve Willis ' 1 Jim Wiimes, Dianna Wilson, Kathie S , f ' W Bs. jf Y Wing, Christine Winkates, Monika ' ' , , , X, Wittfoth, Mark Wojtkiewicz, Luke 5, , ' . Y'w-dffapr. ' R i' A4"'i'I Wolanski 1 ,N '93 ' ' nb, ' , . - f - if E - ' ' ' J Dan Woods, Kathy Wuestenfeld, Craig -, , ' 2 ' Yamamoto, Dan Young, Rick Zadach, l' A .l Sharon Zielinski, Susan Zilinskas , if , -bfi:-J, , 'ix V. Q V if. ' . 5 Shelley Zirlin, Michael Zmuda, Jerry ' is Zoellner Not pictured: James Ariajj, Richard Berry, Sharon Bostedt, Gary Brooks, Martin Carey, David Crail, William Defotis, Robert Dehaven, Linda Hachmeister, Jim Hall, Robert Hallman, Alan Henderson, John Heun, John Hilliard, Mary Ann Hornacek, Ron Jacobson, Lynn Jordan, Bob Klamer, Frank Kostek, Pam Kroes, Susan Lopresto, Steve Losch, Theodore Love, Sharon Miller, Madeline Mitsch, Neil Paff, Dan Panek, Joe Puzzo, John Rankin, Kerry Richards, Ray Rozko, William Scalzitti, Robert Scruggs, Tony Selio, Jeff Simmons, Kathy Springer, John Stevens, Erna Stuermer, Karen Swanson, Barb Syversen, George Taylor, Tim Thomas, Michael Thomey, Don Varney, Lauri Weil, Ron Wheeler, Devi Wild. Juniors Donna Turschman and Sharon Shalk work to complete a form required for '69-'70 registration. 60 JUINIORS .K -lx K WA A . L 'ffl' A is Cf g k Eli 1 Q V 'V 1 N ' V H A 4 K 11. -1 f lp r A ' 1 ar ' ' ,S N N Participating in fllfl night is Dave Valentine- Future Scientists Rains and Bradley experiment with hydrogen. Charlie Hadley, Dean Bastounes, Kim VanBerkum, Dave Guastaferri, and Randy Gruber discuss their vacations. JUNIORS 61 ? fi .5 --, lv Y-3? ELK Bottom Row: Laura Camodeca, Linn Austin: Row 2: Guy Tichy, Susan McCormack, Susan Jackson: Row 3: Roxanne Mairs, Candy Cashman, Janet Lorch, Jeff Seidleing Row 4: Judy Puninske, Kim Hauser, Steve Scholten, Jeri Mcgregor, Maria Ciulla. Class Worked toward '71 prom Throughout the course of the Grenadier's 1969- 70 school year, the unified voices of the class of '72 seemed to dominate "Victory Comp" during the din at our pep rallies. The Sophomore class has also shown its growing spirit and enthusiasm for Elk Grove High School by its participation in various school-sponsored activities. Among these many activities, the class of '72 sponsored the annual turnabout dance on November 15, 1969. "Come To- gether" proved to be a great success for all who attended it. In a school-wide competition, the Soph- omores won a paper drive whose proceeds contrib- uted to the large bonfire during the Homecoming weekend. Spirit was displayed by members of the class when they wore green and gold '72 buttons during Spirit Week. This year the Sophomore class was led by President Chuck Carroll, Vice-President Laura Camodeca, Secretary Linn Austin, and Treasurer Sue Keegan. Members of the class board, in cooper- ation with class sponsors, helped in planning the activities. The main goal of the class was to earn money for the Junior-Senior prom which they will sponsor next year. 62 SOPHOMORES Sharon Cook selects from books available for student L ' 'V Qiiztiiofra I si, A, W.. Q . ,-gf.l'f', 'Wh-n . ... 9, I iz FA. ' 7 USE James Abb, Glenn Afryl, Michael Agos- ta, Darryl Albert, Sharon Allbright, Gary Altergott, Robert Ames Jeff Andersen, Fred Anderson, Linda Anderson, Ron Antor, Craig Arm- strong, John Artemenko, Pat Augus- tine Madeleine Austin, Jackie Babb, Mike Bachus, Neil Baer, Donna Baikie, Bev Baker, Pat Banach Esther Barnes, Dennis Basile, Bar- bara Bassford, Anthony Bateman, Ste- ven Baylen, Debra Beach, Dan Beal Pat Beck, Craig Bedard, Karen Bel- lamia, Lucia Bender, Lynette Bene- detto, Richard Bennett, Scott Bentall Karen Bergemann, Norah Bernard, John Bicego, Jon Bishop, Judith Blair, Gary Blaski, Thomas Blazek Larry Bolton, Gary Bono, Georgia Bonovich, Pat Boomer, Kristofer Borgias, Paula Born, Deborah Bo- ryczka Michael Bosler, Andrew Bowlds, Char- maine Boyer, Anita Brandner, Michael Brannan, Walter Britton, Arthur Brock Thomas Broderick, William Brokamp, Kathy Brooks. Steve Brown, Derek Broyles, Georgiann Bruck, Michael Bryant Victoria Brzycki, John Buechner, Gail Buerger, Sherrie Bugarewicz, Robert Buikema, Ann Burke, Diana Burns David Byrne, Dennis Byrne, Elizabeth Cain, James Callaghan, Laura Camo- deca, Ronald Campopiano, Maureen Caniff Vicki Cannizzo, William Cannon, Lolly Cano, Erasmo Cardona, Greg Carlson, Keith Carlson, Robert Carone J in 2. . A , Z. C I iiii ' Wsfew Q 61 s - j J X 1 I H fy. 6 jg, I J J J 'F J J J J,Ji A K J I I I fa .I AA ' - rlai J 1 J- J f if A Ja -1 J 1 ' i X J if A. fl, . -K ' l 5 51 J. - 4, 25 A QM. x Y if - H I YQ? ii it J . zt 2' ,J -4 ' V A Q H? A 3 ' K J - Vl,V xox fit, J JJ My ' - ' ' J Ji, js' 316 -s QS ' H ' ' JJ - i '5J:J J J f " 'i" ' "fl r 'Wil si' " s .J J f " J V- " 1 1 '--v k '- A . K, - ' f ' J A f 3 ai W, Ji. . K , X . lv M ,TW 1 Q 1? Ne: g A gk J I 41 ra A 1 tits? have it V. Xkf, xl .J J , 2 Ja 'z Stix K in M K I E er 1 , 3 1, is ff-if -ft J E J' if A Q- r or J, 'Q J J fam--g-4:19 ir Q ii' Q A it ,fi ' ii 'J-.J a ' N DX he SOPHOMORES 63 9, G' , f . A- . 35- ri sr, .1 ha, - Yi 9 x ' 5 - 1 x A ,' 75 - Q , Qjjj, , ,rg M- s ' - e bb iv if vi Meir ,fi f ty i ophomores Marc Crain, Carrie Creedon, Robert Crosson, Maria Cruz, Don Cundiff, Bill Currier, Larry Cyrier Robert Szerniak, Robin Czerniak, Deb- orah Dahl, Wendy Dahl, Greg Dahm, Mark Damore, Janice Daniel Linda Darge, Jack Darville, Pat Davis, Carl Delia, Cindy Demares, John Den- broeder, Robin Depke Mike Diaferio, Debbie Didier, Mark Digrazia, Nick Digilio, Denise Dimi- troff, Debbie Doherty, Mike Doherty Susan Domek, Kerry Dorsen, David Doss, Lynn Drelicharz, Debbie Dres- ing, Barbara Driscoll, Latroy Driver 64 SOPHOMORES Charles Carroll, Candace Cashman, James Cavanaugh, Robert Chen, David Chernicko, Robert Chesny, James Chrabot John Christensen, Keith Chuipek, Lynda Cialabrini, Dawn Cillo, Robin Cillo, Maria Ciulla, Albert Claps Donna Clark, Linda Clark, Michael Cliver, Williston Cliver, Richard Cochrane, Gerry Cocomise, James Cocomise Michael Cohen, Donald Coit, Debbie Cole, Elizabeth Coney, Eugene Con- forti, Maryellen Conforti, Thomas Connery James Conway, Joellen Cook, Sharon Cook, Patrick Cornell, Linda Cote, John Craft, Carolyn Crail ored annual Turnabout X , , S P m K ,Q ' ,J e 9 'if , his ,J fi C3 9 5 i , M C I 1. 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' .E i 1 M 4 1 1, ,r if Eileen Drysch, Barbara Duke, Michael Dukewhich, Sandra Duncan, Debra Dun- ning, Bonnie Dunsing, Alan Dutson William Dutton, Tim Dys, Jeff Dziubla, Dan Eaton, Scott Eckert, Vicki Eitzen- hoefer, Ed Eldred Genevieve Eldridge, Lynn Ellings- worth, Gary Elms, David Erlandson, Eloy Esquivel, Jeff Evans, Tims Evans Karen Evensen, Karen Fabian, Charles Fairchild, Mike Fanslow, Dave Fecen- ko, Jeff Field, Pearl Figler Thomas Finley, Dennis Fisher, Sheree Flanery, Mary Florczak, Pam Fores- ter, Bruce Francione, Sharon Frank Lynette Franz, Deborah Freid, Diana French, Larry Friedrichs, Heide Fron, John Froysland, Starlette Fruitt Lorraine Fuselier, Robert Gaiser, Deborah Galati, Steve Galati, Pam Gallimore, Mark Gander, James Gar- dynski Robert Garribaldi, Pam Garlisch, Aurora Garza, Francisca Garza, Mary Gaskin, Mari Gebbie, William Gievel Linda Girard, Karen Glanz, Tim Glea- son, Pam Gloss, Kathryn Godlewski, Susan Goerger, Ramona Golatz Mark Goldsmith, Lynn Goodrich, Don- na Gordon, Frances Gorman, Sheree Gould, John Grant, Robert Grauf Gail Greavel, George Green, Mark Greenberg, Colleen Greenwood, Juli- ann Groehof, Melody Gromke, Charles Grover Joe Guastadisegni, Leslie Guenveur, Joseph Gumienski, Mary Guritz, Kevin Gyllenberg, Vicki Haake, Carol Haar- stick , . . . ,gi 'H 'U ,A QQ y.- f X ,w ax 4 V I, . I V, ,....-:ff---'11 f A A . I I in 'fi Ti , - , 'KW g ,cf . ,gg r sl .iii ran, ' G if ,BF eeete f L L af ,,, T Q n - s 21-ff , in . E 1 ,S fc L7 in A Q, 1 R, ,G Ni M-" ' ' . T . 1 - ,.."'3 23 , i 2 L Eg , xi K. L+. 1 K il az. Y J V wiv ii ' A ,v- Q-f A Sv l .. kniliiiiiim 4 V 5554- " ss A . at T 1 Q Q ' .. , 425 me .1 , , 'X KX f f:-"-1211 5, is U' 3,5 , J A :. J ,L : L i Zi' ' ' I 2 f xi . S A lv. in , I X f 'tx ,. Em M Y? fa, g-i Uv, f , n W F . u ,Yu "'i V. ' if i- - if' li V SOPHOMORES 65 I J' ll a If f .-A-X. . 1 , 1 1, - 'E' Ml 5 .., 'rs 5 '53, 1 Q Q' 3 ' - , V I - Q . I .M x 5, ' ' L 'E fi,-. 2 ,mfi r 4mi.iA c pv 5, Q ei ,fa , , ic J V , Q J r i , .. C , Q 'F tx fi - ,, ., ,qt x K-ry , if 13 6 f X ,V .2 .. H mx. X me J i i if ' '. 'V i Q' ' as yi 2 so gf ll i 'iff ' ,. V . 'K f .2 , V ,- ' t 2? R , 4- ' 'K 'Aig:'L Id, f ug a Q W ' , 1, F, . ,Q ' yril f?A1Q ff r y if L Q 2 N ii, f K2 i SOPHOMORES Richard Hall, Jeff Hamblen, Teresa Hamilton, Greg Hamm, Charles Han- rahan, Robert Hansen, Richard Harp Marianne Harper, Roy Harper, Stephen Harris, Jean Hartgrave, Susan Hartung, Michael Harvey, Kimberly Hauser Richard Hauserman, Nancy Hayden, William Hayes, Steve Hegg, Pat Hen- nelly, Louis Hermansen, Sandra Herzog Debra Hess, Debra Hicks, Frank Hides, Lin Higginbotham, Jan Hilderbrand, Holly Hill, Marcia Hischke Jody Hollister, Steven Holm, Patrick Holmes, Joyce Holter, Donald Hoos, Antoinette Hornacek, Gail Hudgins Spencer Huebner, William Huggins, Kent Hulett, Bev Hulin, Carolyn Ilse- man, Jeff Issel, Gayle Ivans Lawrence Iwanski, Debra Jackson, Susan Jackson, William Jackson, Jill Jacobs, Warren Jacobsen, Richard Jacobson Steven Janos, Steve Jaszka, John Joh- ler, Deborah Johnson, Gale Johnson, Karen Johnson, Lynnette Johnson William Johnson, Robert Jones, Susan Jones, Mary Jongleux, Stephanie Jor- dan, Peter Kacheris, Mark Kahler Steve Kalisz, Kurtis Karaffa, Mary Karr, Debra Kasallis, James Keegan, Susan Keegan, Maria Kekos Patricia Kellner, Patricia Kellogg, Karen Kelly, Susan Kelly, Janis Ken- nedy, Andrea Kereluk, Dennis Kessner Janis Killian, Michael Kinn, Lee Kled- zik, Richard Klinger, Fred Klink, Gary Kmett, Gary Knaack Jack Know, Phil Knudsen, Joe Komar, George Kordares, Gary Kraiss, Deb- bie Kreischer, Emmet Krer Dave Krikorian, Sheila Kroll, Diane Kropski, Joann Krueger, Nancy Kucera, Toni Kuehl, Deby Kikia Nancy Kiksa, Pam Lacy, Ken Lacha- jczyk, H. Lagemann, Bob Lambkin, Sue Lampe, Lisa Lampert Edith Landise, Sue Lange, Susan Langlo, Tom Larsol, Glenn Laske, John Lasusa, S. LaValley Lynn Lawler, Rick Lefevers, Joe Leik- him, Val Leo, Jim Leopardo, Peggy Lesniak, Mark Lavitzk ea! 4' .,:-ini' - E el in f-we in Q- 2, :Q ' T V- 0 f ' i,fg'B4 do - , he " YE' J x 'f ff I A b A fl ," N. 'V J l x i J f a 1 s 3. . E U' ,fr -Q'..? i , 4' in J J Y - ' A1 y, f i J " Ai 2 .i "" e , 1 e gig if vi -Sw A alfa ff3a f an I K N it I AU W i W , K 9 7 t, Q . Linda Anderson and friend talk and enjoy freedom during open-campus lunch, a '69 innovation at Elk Grove High School. I SOPHOMORES 67 2 :EMM 1 , I ., 5 ' f .-r S -4 ' W ., ..5.:.Q', . Q53 a ' .ii ' Q ,bvw . X' Q H x . Refi! 'ni lhiff ,rf - fa- a, V -L gzf,-qt . ' ' X 1 if 411 in :bh 4 1 'J "S f i N J or it .. F f I, - Hai, will ,rt so Pamela Lewis, Richard Ilewis, Marie Liewehr, Ken Lindahl, Carolyn Liotine, Scott Longueil, Janet Lorch ' Elaine Lowry, Judy Lundgren, Maureen Lydon, Joann Maheras, Roxanne Mairs, Richard Malcolm, Irene Manglaris Nadine Marcheschi, Theresa Martar- ano, David Martens, Elyce Martin, Michele Martucci, Doris Marturano, Matthew Mascari Diana Mason, Vincent Masterson, And- rew Mavigliano, Byron Mayyou, Stephen McBride, Kevin McCarthy, Susan McCormack Linda McDonald, Margaret Mcevoy, Jeri McGregor, Steven Mcintyre, Geor- gette McJunkin, Duffy McWayne, Wil- liam Meisenheimer Newspaper drive clinched by Class of '72 '1 Carol Mello, Jean Meluso, Sherry Men- 1 S: I ' N' oni, John Mescall, Ancielou Meyer Patricia Meyer, Keith Michaels 5a of . ,f , ' , . , 1 J - - Stephen Mileski, Raymond Miller, 52" " ' , 3 Dennis Milliken, Carol Misicka, Bob L if X 4th 7' f.fxlL4J, S U X1 Mitchell. Steven Mitsch, Debbie Moeh- 4 Xgiij 1 ii lenkamp -.l I Diffs TW flfi V , -., ,3 V, I Robert Moeller, Rose Montemayor, , , U Michelle Morris, Karen Motto, James E ,n 'ii' - J I Moy, Mario Muntz, David Munson ' 1 , - z: ,lv .A L 4 N ci. K l I "il ,J Linda Munson, Therese Murnane, Mic- A T 4 , .X ' K ' , - hael Muti, Michael Mydill, Michael f ' Nathan, Darlene Nauert, Kathy Navin ' J , "' A ' "" ' ' FKA ' li ' . 5 A 2? rt, L if Beth Ann Nawrot, Gary Needham, Mar- xx f , "Rss 1 " ' Q ' Q ' M ta Neil, Terry Nelson, James Nemoff, xr' it gg- h 4 L. Y fir Susan Nemmers, Linda Nestelberger 3 2 an? lr Q , I ,f 68 SOPHOMORES Linda Nicholas, Linda Nielsen, Mary Beth Nienaber, Candace Noe, Dennis Noland, Michael Nolte, Michael Norman Doug Nowak, Pam Nugent, Joan 0'Con- nor, Michael O'Dea, Scott O'Hearn, Doug Olsen, Gail Omelusik Roberta Paff, Barbara Pahl, Marilyn Panczak, Alfred Paniagua, Dale Pan- kow, James Pantazis, Donald Parrish Thomas Patinella, John Patton, Randall Pearson, Bruce Peeper, Barb Penman, Kurt Perrigo, Jeff Perry Clark Peterson, Clifford Peterson, Rosamond Philbin, Joanne Pieper, Louis Piermarini, Deborah Pildington, Ralph Pinnelli Robert Pleasnick, Deborah Pleickhardt, Albertine Plochl, Judy Plotzker, David Pluemer, Ronald Polle, Kathy Pomeroy George Pratscher, Robert Prettyman, Deborah Price, Karen Prislinger, Rita Pritchard, Susan Proehl, Scott Pruitt Debra Prysi, Judy Puninske, William Pursell, Carol Pyde, Ralph Pytlarz, Frank Quaglia, Sheila Quinn Robert Radzis, Lori Rapp, Denise Rat- zek, Steve Raymond, Thomas'Reed, Jim Reedal, Donald Reily Rebecca Reinking, Roxanne Reinking, Rebecca Reitz, Lissa Richey, Sandy Ricks, Patricia Riley, Ranaye Roback Delia Rodriquez, Michael Roeber, Carol Rafstad, Thomas Rohrer, Caron Rokel, Walter Rolph, Suzanne Romano Karen Rose, Doris Ross, Kathy Ross, Susan Ross, Suzanne Ross, Mark Ru- matz, Gene Sandberg gr e w ith, A J A 'co' ., I' ,," ,.,o fbi' I 1 , V ., Tgig5,,i,,.1. . A , U l 'vu J a F K JE' a V if K 2' rl :gd ig 2 't 9, -. ' y 'ifi ,,, P W U . V,.. 5' 20 J , .'-,.f it , 4? h 5 . , J,-it .L S ' E no 42 if Q 5 it , isl R I i.,EifA gre it L Q ,x .A , W f ' X 5, I ,, .W f H ,J is . W , ra f 3 1 "', Q , f ' S 1 I1 ' V' P if 45 L Q' . Ki., g A lg, Z i :3:"'::v"3:" s Y ,puffs Ou' ng-:Eigl ,I ie., it -f " 5-A ! my 33' I Q? J A A l ' ,A .U " .' , i , X ' X 5 S, g t , 9 J S a st f . ,Q ' i ' , ff , V XX, , ' J . 1 L3 , ,e.,, ' V WR fu' u Q- ,y 7 Y YET, ' s ex in if, 'X it X , J N .-, A 3 Pi K g ,.,- K, " it , ks N J! ri,, I jk' J.. 5' is Iwi, .I ' J f i, f siisr , W . I '. JA L X V fe if If 1' 'H' X 1 K ee A sf' , g , ,, f 1 ,qM,,M l is for A Q., Qiivtiatii SOPHOMORES 69 .S sf , S s k , .Ty . . . ' 1 xl 1 'LC M 'X K s f ,, fra 1 ' ' - 'I - 45? fn , is were 9 Q H U S A 4,5 t y gy 44 5 i"1i 121 i .-i - Q ME- if .,,, ' ' 3 if .fra f. 5976 e J Hz f 1 M W , IUYHV KN Laurie Sanborn, Bruce Sandshy, Barb Santowski, Ronna Satzke, Margie Saxon, Linda Schaefer, Cynthia Schafer John Schell, Lucy Schell, Clifford Sch- lak, Nancy Schlaffer, Jay Schlamp, Robert Schmehl, Kathy Schmidt Ross Schoepp, Stephen Scholten, Cary Schroeder, Jeaneed Schultz, David Schuman, Lisa Schwartz, Deborah Sciortino Marcia Searles, Anton Seda, Steven Seeger, Geoffrey Seidlein, Michael Semple, Karen Serges, Paul Severino Debra Sheldon, William Sheppard, Diane Sherbud, Randy Sherpan, Steven Shideler, Harry Siavelis, Gayle Sica N , 1 -ggi.. N ttr we ' 2"-xc, Enthusiastic Sophomores ride in class homecoming car during 1969 Elk Grove homecoming festivities, 70 SOPHOMORES ,L 'il AU' John Sickel, James Siebold, Jeannette Siel, Tom Siewert, Ron Siewerth, Kim Simon, Joanna Siskin Susan Skerda, Jeff Skibinski, Scott Sla- ter, Charlotte Smallwood, Bruce Smith, Craig Smith, Elizabeth Smith Michael Smith, Mike Smith, Sandy Snoble, Diana Snyder. Susan Sobie, Ron Sobon, Deborah Sorrentino Sandy Sowa, Glenn Spielman, Lynn Spiess, Pat Sprenger, Judy Springer, Jeff Sronkoski, Randy Stenberg Brian Stenmark, Carol Stenoien, Joseph Stephan, Dennis Stevenson, Jim Ste- wart, Sylvia Stewart, Pam Stoehr Jeff Stolpa, Rebecca Stram, Pat Sul- livan, Linda Suzzi, Daniel Swanger, Daniel Swanson, Lynne Swearingen Diane Syoen, Mary Szczepanik, Kathy Tafel, Frank Taucher, Bob Taussen, Mike Taylor, Janice Tessendorf Jeff Tews, Jacqueline Theobald, David Thompson, Matt Thompson, Valerie Thompson, Guy Tichy, Dave Toler Randy Tolp, Robert Tomaselli, Sue Treanor, Lal Trierweiler, Graig Tro- tier, Steve Trudan, Tom Uhlaeik Gerri Uselding, Bridget Vaid, Tom Villars, Tom Villars, Jean Vink, Mary Vitale, Michael Vizzone Tom Vokoun, Dean Vombrack, Sharon Voss, Lynette Wade, Janice Walla, Nancy Walser, Audrey Walsh Mike Walsh, Diana Walter, John War- ring, Bill Watts, Casper Weber, Cindy Weber, Jeff Wegner M - f- - f A Eiiiiffff' S S lil . ii gg, J is-L+" ii 1 v 9 it lien if " 'es A M was f as 1, K 4 We . o 1. Qf- 'v 1 ef' -A I N ' mfs, , 1 . fa. ,- 5. ,W , wg. , '-ffas's:,,. av ' -W -J. Q-4-2551 fllibii, 5 -. ,a 4, 5 ll, -- ., : f ' y ,. .,,, ,. if 3 6, gilt? ll' A I hm K A Q ,mi 3 2. -.qv - A , :g1.,,-g ,,,' Q J ' S -1,113 e f 1 W s , s ' 'l' S Hi V .1 Q- 1. as w s -' ,,, o f itil 4. I 1 r' my 5 N Y V f 4 K' -':' 2252: at , , iv, i'i,, , M . , , J ag. . 3 , -, W an, v ,,..-Q ue V , MA i C . ' ff 1 K ' I , J V we H '-f, -'gf 1, 5 itgigrmi R s s v V ' , ,, I3 Z: V V,V. i.: ,af A ,I A VKZK I I my A L i gf h SOPHOMORES 71 " A ft --, gr Q? 'Jw , 1. E 5.7 351+ fi A ,V ,,1, Lisa Wehrheim, George Weith, Vern x Wennerstrom, Kathy Werner, Jeff Wer- gx 1 teiny, Jan Whedon, Margie White fr - - - , , . at 'Y -3 Q 1 X V 1 iij a ,ff f 'Wi 7 Bill White, sandy Wilserscheid, Rhett A ' 3 Williams, Tim Williams, Wendy Wil- K - at t hams, Gary Willis, Paul wingery . 7""fJYif , V N Y , X . H4 K 'ryzln X i .' Mike Winkates, Karen Winzer, Ernest 3,57 f Woollard, Mark Workman, Rick Yat- f W ,,Vh A h , W, H teau, Roman Yewchyn, Barb Zeller Not Pictured: Joseph Abata, Debra Arnieri, Stanley Blashaw, Melinda Bork, Charmaine Boyer, Jesse Cano, Phyllis Carroll, Cary Conforti, Dan Connelly, Bill Deacon, Jack Denny, Nora Devine, Roger Gosse, Charles Hardt, Debra Hoard, Gary Holte, Nancee Huebner, Waryne Jacobsen, Kevin Jaussen, Curt John- son, Bill Johnson, Russell Kinnard, Sherry Koshaba, Don Kugel- berg, Leo Lagesse, Martha Lambkin, Linda Laskowski, Janet Carol Rofstad speaks to her English class. 72 SOPHOMORES Tom Zucker, Kathy Zuker, Joan Zygo- wicz, Jim Pollitz Lineback, Marty Lopresto, Gary Madden, Sue Mahler, JoAnn Marmitt, John Mason, Barb McCabe, James McDonald, Laura McFarland, Kristine Mikkelsen, Janet Miller, Joan Miller, Regina Mrowxzynski, Veronica Ponce, Dennis Radostitz, Susan Rankin, John Reed, Gregory Schofield, Ed Seifert, Roger Sie- werth, Roberta Smith, Patti Spiess, Kindra Standiford, Kathy Stathas, Jacquelyn Stryszyk, Michael Swanson, Francine Tatum Two servers at Alumni reception are Sue Romano and Karen Winzer. Y ,,,,n. X V' 'Q .- !,,.'-we-i M Sophomore Patty Meyer studies diligently in the Social Science Resource Center. Gary Willis and Gene Sandberg examine slides in a language room. Mike Semple, Sophomore, concentrates intently on playinghis French horn. Lynn Dl'91iCh3l'2 DayS 8tt9l1l2i0l'1 during H l9CtUl'e- 'wi -5'2" SOPHOMORES 73 Xl xi -in-4' . 34 f E ii ffi l Bottom Row: Terese Hubner, Annette Serges, Michaelene Ro- pert, Shelly Pazzolg Top Row: Roxanne Paniagua, Pat Tobin, mano, Liz Heimosg Row 2: Kathy Klopp, Bev Fink, Lori Lam- Kathy Carroll, Joan Mitnick, Class of '73 got into the swing of things From their first days in the halls of Elk Grove, the Freshman class, headed by President Michaelene Romano, Vice-President Annette Serges, Secretary Therese Huber, and Treasurer Liz Heimos, have shown that they are worthy of the title "Grenadier." Throughout the year the Freshman class par- ticipated in several activities. During the week of Homecoming, the class of '73 showed their spirit by wearing Freshman green and gold ribbons, which they made and sold. They participated in the Fun Night by raffling off a stuffed whale. Freshmen also spon- sored a mixer and sold concessions during basket- ball games. With the will to pursue their goals, the Fresh- man class continued on with big plans for their fu- ture years at Elk Grove High School. 74 FRESHMEN Sue Hayden takes an interest in the alumni reception. Don Abata, Shirley Abraham, Gary Adams, Jim Adreon, Linda Aiardo, Beverly Albert, Peter Alesi Kim Allbright, Paula Amatore, Debra Anderson, Jim Anderson, Richard An- drews, Larry Andrist, Susan Anthony Jerry Antosch, Larry Antosch, Cheryl Armato, Debbie Aschoff, Elyce Azriel, Donald Baete, Ron Bailey Kathy Banach, Paula Bartle, Beverly Barton, Joseph, Chuck Bassford, Linda Bateman, Scott Baudin Cheryl Baumann, Frank Bavaro, Nick Bavaro, Mike Baysinger, Kathy Beatty, Holly Behrendt, Mary Bellis Kim Benedetto, John Benjamin, Amy Benson, Gail Berg, Keith Berndtson, Gail Berns, Liz Bicego Lisa Blazek, Steve Binkley, Deborah Bishop, Harold Bishop, Wendy Blass, John Bleichroth, Jody Blenkle Dorothy Bloomfield, Michael Bogard, Tom Boggs, Debra Bogut, Marlene Bolton, Vincent Bonanata, Christopher Born Gregory Borzewski, Kris Bowers, Sharon Bowlds, Karen Boyd, Eva Brad- ley, Janice Braeckevelot, Larry Brandt Mike Brandt, Sue Brandt, Gale Braun, Carolyn Bregar, David Briver, Mary Brokamp, Debbie Bromley Donald Brooks, Tom Broten, Bonnie Brown, Jack Brown, Mark Brown, Mary Brown, Sharon Brownson Sue Buchholz, Robert Buehler, Chris- tine Bugay, Tom Bush, Steven Busse. Heide Butler, William Butler 'f ' Q 'eel . ,,., 46' D , , W 'QV B A 1: . ' t- 1 x W xg, A3 , j f r -Mzwxxsit ,wi-fri, ,,,A g f 'sf 65' 4 Q Nabil M A M 4 W . Ava, M-,R If 4' QV A "it 'ij iw.. ' Fir r ' ' 2' f W, Lf. f' .ODBYV ' A , A ' - L kb no t ' ,.-' I 'Q :A l . Mm , ir ,t LF I 'i v ,J g ig A ,I I L Vgkvx Vw xg, ' 2 f J, ,,,, or y ' ,vll l 2- v A , x Vk.k f, , .. , V jr : K V 1 -,... " Vll' V 5, K , 1 fr , I ". 9 , 'p 32 -- 'fr 5 K 5 3 :wavy , V , riff I Egfr e,W , ' V , I A , 5 i if ii af 'N L, Q- J 1 , ,. X 995 'IllTi,SvFi ' 9 Elly V- wt ffdwkk l , if ii i iq .4 3 I Bti 'V' A i 6 ' L 3 - A K'-A ZX ' , ,fn , 5 '- , 359 Iliviili v 4-'f Fil L I gli-it if I is f if iler s t' ' y N ij , I f-.i K hx' I b 2 i A , at it iff? ,g 5 'H , , 13, g jf' A xg .,, iv 7 :BB V' ,G 4: i A lr J i ,.A, 5 K " . i . 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Q 'PT I KA 4 1 Paul Caldarella, Jamie Camarata, Emilio Camodeca, John Campbell, Bob Camphouse, Shirley Campo, Joanne Cannon Linda Cannon, Lola Carbine, Gary Car- one, Deborah Carpenter, Catherine Carroll, Dennis Carroll, Linda Celin Rick Centella, Scott Chapman, Thomas Chassey, Sandy Check, Jeff Chernick, Beth Christensen, Linda Christensen Lori Christensen, Nancy Claes, Louis Clarizio, John Clark, Loretta Clark, Timothy Clarke, Linda Clary Cheryl Clinton, Theodore Clyde, Cheryl Coffman, Lisa Cohn, Steven Cohen, Jill Collesi, Michael Condylis Freshmen learned Elk Grove traditions Edward Connelly, Raymond Connelly, Margaret Connolly, Vicki Conter, Jeff Cook, Judy Cook, Susan Copeland Louis Corsiglia, John Cosgriff, John Costello, Cindy Cox, Barbara Coz- zola, Dale Crites, Ken Cropp Terry Croson, Tim Croson, Patricia Cruz, Thomas Currier, Mary Curtis, Susan Curtis, Bernard Czarnecki Debra Czarnecki, Susan Daskaloff, Jim Davies, Jonathan Davis, Sandy Davis, Louis Debenny, Elizabeth Decaro John Dellert, Fran Deluca, Amy Den- broeder, Carmen Desalvo, Joyce Des- mond, Phil Devine, Barb Devitt 76 FRESHMEN in 'Sill rl. 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A 5 2- ia x 'fit -A : "",, G Thomas Dewitt, Kathy Dewitte, Susan Diamond, Don Dickens, Bob Dido- menico, Joseph Digiovanni, Kathleen Dill Kathleen Doherty, Gayle Dratt, John Driscoll, Laura Duffey, Kathleen Dun- ning, Sue Earwaker, Jim Ecklund Dianne Edwards, Paul Egesdal, Michael Emmer, James Emslie, Pamela Eng- lish, Ronald Erskine, Theodore Eugenis Joe Evans, Thomas Evans, Tim Evans, David Evensen, Randal Fabos, Sannie Fadler, Peggy Faracy Kathy Farmer, Richard Farrell, Susan Fedrowitz, Linda Feller, Joan Fie- bernitz, Beverly Fink, Daniel Fisher Janet Fisher, Mary Kay Fisher, Peggy Fisher, Lynn Fitzgerald, Sharon Fitz- patrick, William F itzsimmons, John Flaherty Dan Flerlage, Diane Flink, Gail For- sythe, John Foster, Cynthia Fox, Gale Francione, Nancy Francione Shirley Frank, Rose Fuchs, Alison Gabriel, Elizabeth Gallagher, Todd Gander, James Gaynor, Sharon Geidler Gayle Gengler, Susan Gennuso, Paul Georgen, Rosemary Gianaris, Jon Gil- bert, Rockne Gilmore, James Ginter Wallace Glab, Kathy Glanz, Terry Glea- son. Monica Glejf, Debra Glenz, William Goddard, Kathleen Goerger Bill Gore, Gail Gorecki, Marcia Gosse, Barb Gotha, Michelle Goyack, Therese Graczyk, Donna Graham Larry Graham, Dan Grandt, Diana Gray, James Greaves, Dawn Green, Joyce Breen, Leonard Greenberg I :sf eg S -- F H , . , I i K, Q A Y! 5- .Q 5' 5- S e Y, z at "' . xg, ' I vi' f , , 5 I r ' l I 6 - A -x - r 1 J pg- 5- Y 1 T f - e il 6,59 'X SMX , f ,- f, 5 - ,A ' ?+l 52 F X- fvf -3 44 X '-1-irwii ti ,J rg! ' X V' ii-MX - f 'F-A Z: . .ix ,I I fi .w 5, x N., 2 +6 ,A .sz W L- . l, -Sig e t P J if 2 X P g , J , F. , I , i,,, .T Qjgewsf .' 1 Qziiiilfji- u 1.-TQ 'i', , ' 'J , ' ,P H D -'S J 'L F AT ' 'ia x V In , IEW! 1 Vi ' A I P Lg Z. 3: E 'lr I , U n i i if gg-,,Qg T J if .A , 5 r 5 J iV14i:7"1"' ,Aii 'f , V . N fe J x , :Sex ,J T z FRESHMEN 77 1' ' -v. iff? .LVV 'A 'M ii Q . K X 5 . ki ' , s x in ,hw xx ' s S R A V. ii i i 2 ' I Rai imm ag -r, 1 .4 A , . gi 4 , 5 O ji , . N fq at n if r r 1 . f Jw, 'I fi fi ' i J 5' N A . N, M I , U I V , K 4, , V ,, J lk 5. 2, 6 VVVL, ie kk 11 4 ,J x ' Q . 5 . ' X ' - W , :- f 1 6. A , v, if J' 1' ff 5 B M 5 rs f Mk Q 3, 1 x 2 1 'sb fr , 1 - eirr ' A X-'ti at L Q' J' i 'zfm V , 'Mp' 1 4 i J i 5"'3" f'!: I l i?7x M it A . - a e .A i . , -2. 4, , A ,g4'gf, , 0 , A 4: he X, , 2 A fi I ' A1 M is g, as-1 -bali-ia- 5 1 S W ini- . ' 5i4"":QF"- iylif W 5 ' 'e - ' D, : - 2-g?,iX'-fgfggr, tk 'R e 'E ll F a ,A , 2 A ii it , J ' in gg Y .gh ,a , , - . Q I 4 V N fl -L J - X 'A 78 FRESHMEN Douglas Grillaert, Les Grove, Karl Grube, Cara Gruber, Glen Grutz- macher, Sheryl Gryczka, Shelli Guanci Karen Guercio, Thomas Guertler, Tom Gurnack, Thomas Gurnik, Rick Haan- ing, Darlene Haar, Judith Haar Timothy Haben, Robert Hahn, Cindy Haich, David Haiduke, Mary Hage- mann, Patricia Hamblin, Mary Hamil- ton Gwen Hamm, Myrna Hamm, Robert Hancock, Doreen Hansen, Lance Han- sen, Nancy Hansen, Rob Hanson Dawn Harriett, Alyson Harris, Eliza- beth Harris, Christine Hartung, Jaq- uelyn Haseman, Jack Hausen, Suzanne Hayden Robert Hayhurst, Alison Heath, Liz Heimos, Richard Hein, Robert Hel- ewski, Cindy Hendricks, Sean Herbert Jean Herigodt, David Herndon, Cath- erine Hess, Nancy Hess, James Hick- ey, Robin Hill, Judith Hines Craig Hippensteel, Patricia Hixson, Mary Hodges, Laura Hoffmann, Judy Hollywood, Scott Hodste, Joseph Holt Therese Huber, Alison Hufton, Helen Hufton, Carol Hughes, Timothy Hughes, Michael Hulett, Bradiield Hunter Timothy Hurley, Mark Huston, Greg- ory Ibarra, William Imlah, Sandra In- gratta, Richard Jacobson, Debra Ja- gielski David Jakubek, John Janos, Debra Jarosch, Linda Jarvey, Stephen Jarvis, Bill Jaskulke, John Javers Deborah J endrycki, David J ensen, Shirley Joe, Cathy Johnson, Chris Johnson, Ada Jones. Jeanne Jongleux I 1 Dorothy Jovanovich, Bruce Joy, Frank Jurjovec, Sandra Justinick, -Donna Justus, Marianne Kaeppel, Linda Ka- lisz William Kauss, Lenore Keegan, Kevin Kerber, David Khoshaba, Joanne King, Michael Kinsella, Joseph Kirby Richard Klaman, Edward Klest, Kath- ryn Klopp, David Knapp. Robin Knowles, Barbara Kobert, Dennis Kocik Gary Koelbel, Patricia Kohler, Bona Kollars, Michael Korba, Camille Kor- nacki, Ross Kosinski, Joseph Kostek Nichlas Kostopoulos, Susan Kovace- vich, Mark Kozler, Dana Krelle, Judith Krohta, Walter Krueger, Carolyn Kruse , 4 Q xf , xi s ga Y , KQSAZ: , f . ., ' 41- 1 ' ' x ,fl it . .A LQ- Q A Sf' ' l X ' 4, 5 T df Q -::- if 1 f K A The freshmen showed promise -Q Y 5. kv-v kd! Q 2 " W 1. '- Q 1- 5, " 5 2 , Q ,,. 1 ' y e . i, , K, f My Li ,se ' 5 J, 1 '. -4 ' , 1 -re--:A-w iz-1 .ts -s elf' Q:-1.1i"' W M f Q-I , J . . Ne' . t f -.-.. .L-229+ -2-r 1 ,gleia A fain J 3 VAL if 4. f, -ff Us- ,,- X b xx" 1 'Ye ' , K. l f -l 'li fr A r 6 in C FJ S ,, I I ' 2'-E :, , ,il A , , x 4-f, 55? ' ' is - , . If l D' Eleanor Kurpieski, Sue Kussin, David Lackland, James Lafayette, Lisa La Forge, Gary Lagesse, James Laing Ellen Lamberg, Lori Lampert, John Lange, Christine Larocco, Kathleen Lawless, Joseph Lawson, Joyce Leh- ner Douglas Leland, Gail Lemke, Brian Leschinski, Trudy Leschmann, Wil- liam Leslie, Diana Lewis, Lee Lewis James Liebl, Rex Lienlokken, Richard Lienlokken, Wayne Lindahl, Cathi Lind- eman, Kathy Lishka, Russell Lobaugh Sharon Lobengerg, Joseph Locke, Lu- ann Long, Glen Loorhan, Ken Love, Darin Lowery, Cindy Luburich FRESHMEN 79 T, 0 is ke r . , y . X yi , It , Q, 3, 1 J- . L P-'.' gh 4 I: rw . ix , . ix' J xi-if , avi- of ra' , iiiii Q ,- ew c' if 5 .3 4-, V, , A, ' . ' ii if "- ,fr ' I fp Q lv r .,,,- gig'--2: , M! ' V: 4 .5 3 ril,:r,,M,1,j,:ggV J. - -' 5 .e " . k wg ii , A "li , . :K g .A l ,LSE 3 - ., J ,.- 4 - 5, X Randy Luciani, Janice Lunak, Gary Lundeen, Pam Lundgren, Joanne Lu- zietti, Carol Madalinski, Terry Maggio Scott Magnuson, Robert Malcolm, Lin- da Malone, Dawn Maltz, Craig Mann, Candy March, Ivy Margulis Diane Marienfeld, Jeff Marion, Debra Mark, Shereen Marmitt, Judith Marsh, Don Marshall, Gary Martin James Martin, Richard Martinek, Charles Martinez, John Martzel, Nick Masterson, Nancy Maus, Philip Mavi- gliano John Maxey, Eileen Maxwell, Cindy Maver, James Mayer, Monica Mayer, Chris Mayernick, Willaim Mayyou The halls were crawling with them Dawn McCarthy, Victor McCormack, 4' Moira McCormick, Kathy McCoy, Bob 7 McDermott, Michael McDonald, Mike ' McDonald il!! Q J .551 3 KJ' ' ,rs 1 U Karen McGarrity, Lynn McGuire, Ker- .7 J ,Q N rf" Y ry McMahon, Kimberly Meinsen, Gary x vi, 5,3 i if -1 .- Meiser, Bob Meyer, Diane Meyners . ,. A. -J' - a , w, 4 4. J 3 Q " J f Q Gary Michela, Mark Mielenz, Debra c Milkowski, Cindy Miller, Gary Miller, Joann Miller, Marita Miller . l ll 2 D ff , . , , by ' 1 :T- Pam Miller, Theresa Milliken, Mich- ,ff X 1,4 wg In ael Millner, Daniel Mincey, Bob Mi- fx! V, ' qlfffiffle "' A f sura, Joan Mitnick, Kendall Mitswoka i H l' All iw ' l 1 , X- , K N' E' is 25" X ' , Patricia Moder, Bonnie Moore, Keith V ig, - Q Ni , Moore, Elvira Morales, Cathy More- ' , , , A , 1' - house, Joanne Morgan, Sharon Morris , if iff? 'Il B0 FRESHMEN Donna Mortenson, Mary Mueller, Pam- ela Mueller, Terence Mueller, Karen Mulcahy, Kevin Mulcahy, Nancy Mul- lins Kathryn Muscarello, Marc Mydill, Lori Nelson, Leslie Neubert, Kevin Neumann, Lawrance Newton, Jayme Nicholas Marie Nikonsuk, Charles Nilsson, Linda Nobile, Don Noelle, Gislaine Noga, Laura N otson, Debra Nowak Laura Oates, Jeff Obarek, Dan Oboyle, Daniel OBrien, Gena Odell, Nancy Oehl, Tom Ohara Douglas Ohearn, Richard Ohnesorge, Dale Okerstrom, Mark Okuma, Rich- ard Oleary, Kayo Oleskevich, Tami- lynn Oliveto Donna Oltz, Michele Omahana, Sue Onorati, Karen Oshea, Candace Otters, Sven Overland, Nancy Pagel Juan Palacios, Barbara Panczak, Rox- anne Paniagua, Elaine Papas, Elaine Parr, Mary Pastorello, Cheryl Paul Craig Pavlik, Scott Payne, Shelley Pazzol, Donald Pekarek, Mark Pelle- treau, Gary Pengrazi, Beth Person Linda Pesat, Michael Peters, James Petersen, Jolyn Petersen, Nancy Pet- erson, Richard Peterson, Richard Petitte Camille Pettee, Denis Petzold, Mary Petzold, Robert Phillips, Lynda Piehl, Cathy Pilewski, Sharon Pinnelli Nancy Pippin, James Pizzillo, Suzanne Pollack, Cynthia Pottker, Brian Pow- ell, Sara Jane Powell, Yvonne Powers Kimberly Price, Robert Prince, Kath- leen Principe, Diane Priola, Stephen Pritz, Carol Rabicki, Jim Raffelson t . fp! xx , x QD. M , p A D .lil 3 ' ' I ' 'lr at , wi All e , J r 'ie A ,. 'I J I K- , 0 , - vi, . l 'i v x 3 is M x 9 E x ima tw A ,lf 'E " -kkxxtxkkigxxle V 1 Q ' R -. 4 ll ET. ii :Hi , A A-A r., Q.:- I , ' ,, g L? 6 ,, A N ii ww . ,jj-b .- ,gh ,- M O l 5' - . X' ii' nj. ' , .,.,, ,,,, X f X ' x ,Z A J ' ,' 3 rl 'A fi 1 x w , ' K . ,, K ii' ff '7 'A ' K V K 'Swv .-,. it -, , ' ' fight' , i It ' ,ge i ' gi ffl 5.11 ' Q Sis 2. ' I f H r VA. V , f' V A 1 -f 'fx rg' f ' J E AX' ' K' nu ali 4 f i' ' X, ' rl l l Zan liiix L , f A I A . 'X I . G Q C ii 'O X ,Q A it 'HQ ' , -. IP?-imfw, X ' f fx---Af s J' J -4 ? is N F . C . Lggnlgli :i, I: R ' , , Y i v ' ' if iii ,bl r A ' if-'f 2 :Q ' 1" . Q ,J ' wt, i ' ,NIM J J 4 D, fa ,-ff, 'qw f ' J ,5f.?3. el v tix ' Q K . , N I 4 ,. , 2 ' r i' ',. 72 4 , f is : Y, Y , A Q' w I U M ' V1 LL. W a 3 i ' , ...- an un is in I N V , if . f n 5' W FRESHMEN 81 CE Z Q .,.x, Val' ,QT kai- i A , 3 . .... -, . 5 A Q ,. i SZ ' M ' Q, Ki Q4 ,Q , QP T t J a g .' " Q ' if ' at it if.2f'e'f,f' , f ai 9 ' ii iii fr 4 I 9- ' fel' W 2 if riff - I I V RTP Thx i gy ' ' - 'ii ' R 2 ,. ,,, X flue e W ,g ,,1. ,. 5, i L x Q, 1 - . ,xi ' 't' 0' M 'L R A gi- ? j g-'tl fl rl ' ny ' ' 1 ,lf f Q iN I ,,Hhia3Q!.:- 4 1 ' '1',!"f H1 1. e L. .., A Q ,' R M- Vi 1 wi W 'wg ,X .,,,.. fl 15- f. is 1 ., ,Q dn l is A Kixcx ., ,Az-,, , s M ,J A .at xt-lf ' iff ' ' PM PM 3 fi A ' f "fa ,gs ' , Vg , , XJ, , I ,Q if N if e 1Q, K' e 1' ,a 1 ,. 2 1 , 'l-L-M. f"'4"' i - , ie 7 .1,, Q, el, ,,, A., A Q . "" if f 1 ', if A Qi? 73 L e fi W . ,l.. ,,, , .S 4 ' i 82 FRESHMEN Tim Raid, Donna Rakowsky, Raymond Ramakis, Jeri Rasmussen, Kim Ras- mussen, Steven Ratzek, Therese Rauner Robert Rebman, Glenn Reich, Mary Rettenbacker, Dave Ricci, Lynn Rine- smith, Gail Ristau, Thomas Rizzo Ranald Rogers, Stephen Rohn, Charles Rohrs, John Romano, Michalene Ro- mano, Colby Ross, Peter Rossoll Brenda Rothenberger, David Rucinski, Kim Ruff, Linda Rusack, Richard Rush- ing, Casimir Sakowicz, Debra Sand Karen Sanborn, Peggy Sanders, Pamela Sargent, David Sarli, Deborah Savage, Michael Schaefer, Robert Schaefer Susan Scherra, Larry Schierbecker, Tracie Schmehl, Judy Schmidt, Cheryl Schneider, John Schoen, Mary Schommer Pamela Schott, Marta Schroeder, Ric- hard Schultz, Connie Schulze, Lesley Schwartz, Linda Sealy, John Seefeldt Patricia Selvig, Peter Semple, Annette Serges, Michael Shaft, Debra Shaw, James Shea, Candice Sheldon Mary Shemanski, Victoria Shera, Kathy Sherman, Michael Sherman, William Shinn, Wonnie Short, Monica Sidorchuk Robin Siegbahn, Robert Siemianowski, Mark Siragusa, Raymond Sittig, David Skridulis, Lauren Skuse, Larry Slack Corey Smith, Jackie Smith, Nita Smith, Sally Smith, Tom Smith, Vicki Smith, Renee Snell Gregory Sobieski, Scott Soyer, James Spagnola, Christina Spasari, Michael Sronkoski, Marilyn Stack, Marian Stankovic I l 1 Linda Starkey, Joanne Steen, Thomas Stefanos, Tina Stefanos, Maryanne Stef- fen, Jeff Steinbock, Linda Stengren Gene Stevens, Gerry Stevens, Jeffrey Stewart, Dan Stramaglio, Robert Streich, Ed Sullivan, Terri Sullivan 'l Joseph Summers, Linda Swenson, Jenny Syversen, Adam Szkudlarek, Donna Tal- iani, Louis Tangorra, Steven Teller Kim Theobald, Lauretta Thibodeau, Tom Thompson, Sandra Titschler, Pat Tobin, Mary Tomczyk, Steven Tompkins Stephen Topp, Mitchell Topping, Ric- hard Touhey, Leslie Tracy, Tony Trin- gali, Lynne Tumino, Ginger Tun rf V .1 x if F, 5' ii. f i I .x ' f 3 'Q -,, f ill , ,X , , Q, 41 ' f, f nfl, X X. ,RQ K , in . , 4 ls ' ,. , N if me vifisf A ii ' 33 .f 'lggf' v K f ls tif at 6 A 5 wwf ' 33 i ,, 43, , . L . 11 ' 'E f. 4 six 'ii' Xekffw ' f' f't A f ,l Large in number, small in size L 1 tiiii l I , xy- ek , ,,,. 3 is-QI! I t V Ahh. M e 1 i fm X le L.- -2' 4 li ' ' iw K or T ,. ff l 4- ., h . ,IL im 0 ,J is , , L' I 3 wit ff fi 'W , .1 ' ,V-7 ,P , S, ' Yr ' ' if Q V A i in ilggie' W ff- ' V - W A- vie,-ff! . K in K fi if WE? ' ' Duncan Turner, Mark Turner, Thomas Turschman, Stephen Uhlarik, Brad Ull- rich, Susan Urbina, Tina Vaccarello Eric Vanberkum, Linda Varchetto, Don- ald Venlos, Larry Vittal, Deborah Vorndran, Susan Voss, Barbara Wagner David Wagner, Deborah Wagner, Norma Wagner, Richard Wagner, Janet Wal- denmaier, Robert Walser, Jacquelyn Walsh Noreen Walsh, Steven Walther, Ruthann Wanser, Linda Wasniowski, John Wat- son, William Weber, Kenneth Wehling David Weiner, Charles Weiss, Michael Wellman, Tom West, Sue Wezeman, James White, Ken White FRESHMEN 83 l K - 5-4 4 ' 'il -Cl - .. .EN ' f .. K ' ' , J M W l T IDT' tm 1. , . Q X F5 ls? T p ,g ,, A"' I ' fe l iw. i .. 'Lg '1 ,re i V ,gg ea l A t W3 1 f- gi T' Not Pictured: Lynn Allen, Melissa Anderson, Guy Ballou, Glin- nie Barlo, Gary Barnett, Larry Benavidez, Dennis Box, Alfred Burch, Michael Butirro, Randall Callard, Mike Carbonari, Gor- don Chambers, Ken Chambers, Donald Conley, Rick Cotni, Philip Crabbe, Richard Cromer, Victor Davidson, Gwen De- lude, Deborah Dephillips, Frank Diaferio, Scott Dorsey, Wil- liam Driver, Joseph Dugo, Kerry Dvorak, Marylou Dwojakow- ski, Jayme Emslie, Debbie Estes, Raymond Fedel, Michael Feehan, Sally Fitzgerald, Richard Fleischauer, George Flow- ers, Frank Frankini, Jacqueline Frink, Gerri Geissler, Kerry Griffin, Paul Hayden, Michael Hoss, Vicki Jacobsen, Thomas Jones, Michael Karaffa, Richard Kelly, Randy Kob, Glenn Koor- han, Walter Kozacky, Kurt Krause, Paul Kroes, Christine -id ii! Susan Widner, Jeff Wiebe, Marilyn Wil- 'if J i lard, Mark Willett, Mark Williams, Ricky Williams, Cara Williamson 'f Kyleen Wilson, Patrice Wingert, Beth 1 Winston, Judith Winters, Van Wintz, George Wishon, David Wojtkiewicz wg, sf'- v J if James Wolf, Linda wood, Richard wue- stenfeld, Kevin Young, Marianne Yundt, Lynette Zadach, Ernest Zielinski Karen Zilinek, Lori Zirlin, Sharon Zobel, Michael Zweifler Lavalley, Thomas Lazzara, Sherry Mack, Jeff Martinez, David Mavrinac, Maryann McDonald, Michele McMillan, Michael Mc- Veigh, Robert Nardiello, Darrel Obryan, Michael Opager, Frank Paolini, Kathy Peterson, Guiseppe Picciotto, Michael Platt, Gloria Prettyman, Daniel Pugliese, Linda Range, Doretta Ratledge, Miriam Rawlin, Debbie Reynolds, Deborah Riley, Kim Rivara, Martin Rodberg, Dennis Rook, Mark Rumatz, An- gela Scaturro, Virgil Schallau, Michael Scheumack, Timothy Shroyer, Joseph Sica, Joseph Sirridge, Jim Sisson, William Smith, Robert Sonntag, Michael Sutter, Sue Thomas, Todd Glenwood, Steven Torgersen, Garey Vavra, Mike Wendt, Mi- chael Wicker, Tina Wolter Freshmen Kim Allbright and Gayle Gengler enjoy individualized reading during their English class, popular pastime at EGHS. 84 FRESHMEN i 1 1 1 l l Gislaine Noga, Freshman, adds her voice to the singing. Frosh Frank Diaferio studies intently in outdoor solitude. wifi ' 'I M Pat Hixon smells flowers to make her biology report. Tom Turschman finds out that school is full of books. FRESHMEN 85 . .,, ii E 'L' 3 S 5 E 5 ? 5 Ei 2 B W i E EI 4 7 5 i Q 4 A 2 L! A Ti il 52 . -.-.. .... ...-. ..u1g..m. -.-. ..-........,....-..-.-... ...,..,...fv-'.u.n-....,..L.z..,.,.u..H1.--...v-..--x...... v,.,-- ..-1..- . ...n ....--.1-.1.... -...,..,.-..-...L-B Q 7 S' was rs L This year, st tended Elk Grove I- proud to be given show their maturi ting in an open-ca addition, the indi program enabled s isfy their interest subjects offered class schedule. A tion was the newl gram of pass-fail qualified juniors a ing them the adva course without tf earning a grade. l extra freedom, stu tivated to increase t Open to students resource centers, periods spent att+ and visiting other opportunity to le, grounds during 1 lunch periods. Students beneflted from lncreased free: Within its new role the cafeteria serves as a study hall for the students Betty Larson enj0YS SC extensive research. Heiki Lagemann utilizes her study hall period to knit. pr. Mary Carroll and Maureen Hamilton look at the courtyard. Open Campus provides students with the privilege of leaving the school building during their lunch period. - rx . ' .. Q , .. N ,- . . I Q 4 Q I .- .-f. -,yi f 1, W. AK - ., Jv '-ini ' ' 2' i "if:-'i . f ill ' ' O ' 5 ': -gI"Q""',"-1 in se avg! 16 Ill DUF- Q ACADEMICS 89 The Social Science Depart- ment emphasized student involve- ment in civil affairs. Many ,classes participated in the writing of a new Illinois constitution, which was presented at the Con Con Conven- tion. The fast United States His- tory classes were taught without the aid of textbooks. This approach gave students a chance to view several movies and refer to other books that were located in the well-equipped resource center. In order to promote student aware- ness of current events, the De- partment presented a leader of militant blacks, Mr. Otis Hyde, who discussed the problem of rac- ism in the United States. The Foreign Language De- partment offered students the op- portunity to increase their ability to learn dialogue, vocabulary, sentence structure, and grammar through the use of tapes and books. The laboratory center's facilities gave students, especially those in- volved in independent study, a chance to improve their learning efficiency. This year's Pan-Lan- guage Banquet proved to be a huge success as students enjoyed many foreign dishes. 5:11 H' '1 . '1+ ?,.,f?1 Pawn- 1. H1 my Guest speaker on racism for the Social Science Department is Mr. Otis Hyde. Resource center supplied useful information Spanish teacher Mr. Urquiza instructs the class in basic Spanish grammar principles. Kim Van Berkum reads in class. Viky I , 3 in --w..., if img. I an . Puri uglgll 90 ACADEMICS X 1. 'fm eff ,ra we-. . il . r " gr ,..,, ,, , 4-V 52514 I 'V if y 0,5 'M umm wow-mm Qt -- fl. X I si il .wx mV x A . 3 i'5N'?'S.1'f Exiiilifiif Linda Abernathy and Linda Hendrickson relax in the informal atmosphere of the Humanities Center. As part of its Year of Excellence emphasis, the English Department geared its diversified program to fit the immediate needs of individual students. The traditional core of the curriculum consisted of four courses, English I, English II, English III, and Eng- lish IV. All courses included grammar, literature, and composition. However, sophomores were re- quired to take one semester of speech along with one semester of team-taught literature. Seniors had an opportunity to select from Theme-X, Cre-X, English Literature, and Contemporary Literature as one-semester offerings. Other electives were streamlined to meet the interests of individual stu- dents in drama, stage production, and persuasive speech. In order to carry out its academic emphasis of reading well and deeply, the English Department established a reading center that offered a number of different course opportunities, some for credit and some without credit. The reading center was equipped with several kinds of machines designed to improve reading skills, textbooks and workbooks, testing materials, and a library of more than 1,000 paperbound books. Through its offerings, students learned to gain satisfaction and understanding from materials read. Recipients of honors during the Year of Excel- lence included many contributors to e.g., a student publication, and winners of several contests. Humanities sponsored Year of Excellence Typical of students in Rapid Reading, John Fisher triples his Sophomore Bob Chen eagerly selects one of the paperbacks speed and increases comprehension 25 per cent. that the English Department has 00111951941- Sw ik r A. gf ' W , .. , , U A X . ,E . . J 'JL , E . Q, Q ' ACADEMICS 91 a.f!, ww 91 As several students look on, Moira McCormick measures a solution for a required Biology experiment. Debbie JB1'0SCh and Math-Science Dept. installed new equipment Physical science teacher Mr, Titre explains an intricate theory to his class. Lecsevnavmsmevaavsofe LA. Lx-I-355 I , . .4 . . . S Then U Nnmnmc.-an-an .C A .7 ! ' m czuvkaa. Scitwreric collvnuv' 55:5 T175 .A 92 ACADEMICS 5 This year the Math-Science Division installed an Audio Tutorial Center and six new laboratories, developed to aid biology students who were having difficulty com- prehending written lab procedures. The Center contained audio-visual equipment supplied with tapes that corresponded to the biology textbook. The machines re- sembled television sets. Senior botany- zoology students discovered that the three small machines were designed to individ- ualize instruction on lab techniques as students studied with earphones. A single larger machine gave silent demonstrations of dissections and scientific properties. Many students at a time viewed the films. Mimeographed explanation sheets that corresponded to the lesson being watched were available. The Audio Tutorial Cen- ter allowed absent students to make up their class lessons. It also gave students an opportunity to review old lectures. The students who participated in the S.I.S. program found the Center advantageous. Elk Grove High School was the first school in District 214 to have an Audio Tutorial Center. In addition, the new labs that were installed gave our school more labs than any other school in the District. Each sci- ence room contained a lab. JT' Wally Glab listen attentively to Mr. Rees during math class. Mr. Holt demonstrates a pendulum theory to his students. Randy Stenberg and his lab partner observe various cell structures through the power of the microscope. ,ff-f' ACADEMICS 93 - x A- fr ,- f W .- ,,,,,.,a- M9 Miss Bruninga examines student Patti Bush's typing. Kathy Blue begins work on her Home Ec. project Working independently, Sophomore James Cocomise practices the operation of a bandsaw during his general woods class. Q 94 ACADEMICS The varied objectives of the Practical Arts Di- vision included general education, occupational ex- ploration, career information, and pre-vocational training along with vocational education in the sub- ject matter areas of business, home economics, and industrial education. Students were prepared for specific entry occu- pations in the fields of marketing, office occupations, and accounting. General education activities of primary stress were those dealing with consumer problems. They were designed to enable students effectively execute their own business affairs and participate in our society. In addition to preparing students to become successful homemakers, the Division emphasized related occupational areas. A new cooperative ed- ucation course prepared students for entry occupa- tions in food management, home decoration, fashion coordination, and child care. In connection with industrial education, the Di- vision offered general courses for personal use and for allowing students the opportunity to determine areas of interest. Vocational courses led students into beginning positions in carpentry, drafting, elec- tronics, metals, and power mechanics. In the future, pre-engineering experience will be offeredin C00peI'ati0I1Witl1 the Science-Math Division. Family meals student Chris Smith prepares a casserole. . Practical arts prepared students for careers Mary Earwaker examines a clothing bulletin board. A. V. workers Rich Garibaldi and Arnold Abraham splice film. f...:"L GOLO -f. 9 sroau nam ... se,-5-no ACADEMICS 95 "Go, you chicken fat, go! . . ." On many oc- casions these words were enthusiastically shouted in our gymnasium as students wholeheartedly exer- cised to recorded instructions. They tried to main- tain their physical fitness through strenuous activity in the games of basketball, volleyball, football, soc- cer, tennis, archery, field hockey, and gymnastics. The P.E. classes participated in co-ed sports in ad- dition to the traditional physical education curri- culum. The Choral Music Department of Elk Grove High School progressed noticeably during this Year of Excellence. The Choir, Girls' Glee, and the Freshmen Girls' and Boys' Choruses earned a medal of identity after they toured many junior high and grade schools. The traditional Christmas Concert, which was one of two musical assembly programs, was enjoyed by participants and audience. This year the Choir competed for the first time in the State Choral Contest on March 14. Soloists Mary Camp- bell, Tanya Swanson, and Debbie Cliver received community recognition for this meaningful experi- ence. The objectives of the art program were to de- velop attitudes of perception, curiosity, understand- ing, and sensitivity through a well-designed art cur- riculum. The Elk Grove High School art program was one that strove for perfection through a sound learning process. Its instructors endeavored to teach art and the recognition of it as a discipline that educates-a discipline in which student percep- tion is utilized thoroughly to provide an immediate awareness-a contact with reality. Q-egse ifga .. '4 Drummer Paul Brown practices with the marching band. Last year's Orchesis members, Jan Lewis, Dawn Nitschneider, Quincey Lowing, and Pam Krull, perform. 96 ACADEMICS x5'?Q3pv'wl f4"'l 'i Music students Kathy Tansey and Camille Piraino rehearse. Ed Schlitz, an art student, works on the potter's wheel. 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The Board itself served as the final voice on all deci- sions made within the district. They tried to make sure that everything de- cided upon was for the benefit of the students and faculty within each school. All of the Board members devoted much time and effort to the betterment of our school during the past year. The Board was composed of seven mem- ' bers, all of whom contributed their - opinions on what they believed to be the right thing to do. Before any changes in the school could be made, the Board approved these changes. Revision of the dress code, the new English curriculum, and the beginning of the ungraded math program were all issues that had to be presented to the Board to meet with Dr. Edward Gilbert, Superintendent their approval prior to becoming policy. Board members Back Row: Raymond A. Erickson, John M, Costello, Frank R, Bergen, Richard H. Stamm: Front Row: Mrs. Leah Cummins, Secretary: Arthur E. Aronson, Presidentg Richard A. Bachhuber, 100 ADMINISTRATORS J Mr. Charles E. Aldrich Director of Student Activities Mr. Raymond L. Coleman Dean of Students ' sv- Mr. Robert E. Haskell, Principal 8' Mr. Righter S. Farris Assistant Principal E G' Administrators added a Dean 1.--1. P .Q 1 is ' x mi f it 'li I ii ,,, .1 " :Ruff nt, ' 1: K , 1 ' L . ' . 'C Mr. Donald M. Fyfe Assistant Principal A new addition to the Elk Grove Administrative staff this year is Mr. Raymond Coleman, the new Dean of Students. The purpose of his job is to keep stu- dents in line and out of, trouble. In future years all will remember the daily morning announcements along with a long roll call of stu- dents waiting in line to pay a visit to Mr. Coleman. Other administrative details were executed by the rest of the staff, consisting of Mr. Robert Haskell, Mr. Charles Aldrich, Mr. Righter Farris, and Mr. Don- ald Fyfe. These men have attained a position worthy of notice in the school and throughout the district. ADMINISTRATORS Mrs. Norman joins in the fun, Faculty meetings can prove to be very interesting, notes Mr. Fyfe. Teachers were eager to assist all students M .L .,.A,:31gg, ,i .- . ., if F Q - , , I ,ff Mrs. Dianne Anderson-English, Assist- AT3? an ra 1 - L ant Drama Director i sg Mrs. Margaret Anderson-Physical Edu- , ff ' cation, Co-Sponsor G.R.A., Girls' 'R Tennis Team Coach Mr. Robert Anderson-Electronics, Re- source Teacher . Mr. Victor Avigliano-Physical Education, . 5 Football Trainer, Gymnastic Coach Mrs. Edith Balch--Counselor, Senior Class Co-Sponsor 1 fi Z , Wl Mrs. Mary Barber-Counselor, Junior sf ' " e Class Co-Sponsor Mr. Ronald Benes-World History I and II, H - Anthropology, Anthropology Club, I' Social Science Club - A' Mrs. Hilda Blanco-Spanish II, III and IV, Pan Language Banquet Y 3 gk Mr. Robert Bloom-Physical Science, C.W.A., Math-Science Seminar Mrs. Bette Bradley-English IV Mrs. Nora Bremer-Spanish I and II Mr. James Brewer-General Art, Art I, Art Club Miss Elaine Brunniga-Shorthand I and II, Typing I and II, Typing III and IV, Business Education Club Mr. Richard Calish-Humanities, English III Honors, Humanities Board, E.G. Magazine Mr. Vincent Carioti-College Counselor, Senior Class Advisor Mr. Jonathan Chancey-English 102 FACULTY Mr. Stephan Chapple-U.S. History, Eco- nomics, Assistant Gymnastics Coach Mr. Richard Chierico-U.S. History, Cur- rent History Mr. Paul Christmas-Algebra I, Geometry, Algebra I!Geometry, Algebra II, Swimming Coach - Mr. Stephan Cobourn-English I, English III Mrs. Sharon Cuculic-Business English, Office Practice, Shorthand I, Dicta- tion - Transcription, C.W.A. Coor- dination Miss Linda Dale-Reading, English I Mr. Gerald David-English, Folk-Arts Club Miss Fran Dean-Counselor, C.W.A., Eng- lish II, Sophomore Class Sponsor Mr. Robert DeBolt-Cabinet Making, Ma- chines Woods, General Woods, Gen- eral Metals, Advanced Metals I and II, Sophomore Wrestling Coach Mr. Raymond Diffenderffer-Counselor, Junior Class Sponsor Miss Anne Edwards-English II, English III. Persuasive Speech, Head Debate Coach Mr. George Ergang-World History, Com- munications, Publicity Mr. Britton Farroh-Algebra, Geometry, Football, Wrestling Mr. Brendon Flynn-Algebra I, Trigonom- etry, Advanced Math, Assistant Foot- ball Coach Mrs. Kathleen Forester-Physical Educa- tion, Cheerleading Sponsor Mr. Merrill Froney-Division Head of Sci- ence and Mathematics, Key Club Mr. Fred Gaines-Physical Education, Gymnastics Coach Mr. Fred Gorman-Latin, French, Pan Language Banquet Mr. Kenneth Grams-Business Education Mrs. Mildred Hale-Physical Education Mr. David Hanke-Mathematics Mr. Thomas Hansen-Social Science, U.S. History Mr. Charles Harrington-Division Head of Practical Arts Mrs. Lucille Harter-Foreign Language Mrs. Carol Heck-Mathematics Mr. Richard Hemme-Science Mr. Harold Henson-Industrial Education, Physical Education Mr. Thomas Herrmann-English II . V ff 5 y .. 145' A V . 1 J so 'Q 1 X I' '92 me tiii D3 AK. I QWE , I - 4 ., fi iii" ' ' ' rte- Q A -sg .f J, :Q bas? I N f A X W V 155 V,,,: if ., K If K' 'Q fi? I fm 1 ig .J 4ri" W -M yi Z 7 5 ' l I . I E 'W , X blk S, "4 8 r".- - : f f- J n -I N x, 'T ' A 3, '1,. - SNA M44 i I 4. I , ,.-. li ,- ..-.......,,,.- , , 1 V 'ff' 'Z-rm S " 3' FACL LTY 103 Mr. Robert Hodge-Art, Staff Artist Miss Janice Hoelscher-English I, English III Mr. Kenneth Holliday-Psychologist Mrs. LaVone Holt-English IV, English Literature Survey, Montage Sponsor, Theme-X 'if N fa Lf ', A. , 2 ge x ,M -1 p',h'1uTlbQ O Y ei ,ff x. ,, Mr. William Holt-Physics, Honors Physics, .gg SL' . 1, f' 5. 1, L, X + .xi i PhysicalScience , P C , A Q Mrs. Phyllis Hurley-Library, Library :Z X I KVM" Club f I I 1-my . Q Mrs. Delores Jensen-School Nurse Wgixlix Mrs. Susan Kaineg-Sociology, Social Sci- 1 Q,"-N L? E32 ence Club ig Qui' 'digg I ' w !7' mm. Miss Susan Kauzlarich-Biology, Eques- V , trian Club Mr. Lendell King-Concert Band, Girls' - Glee Club, Fine Arts Appreciation, g -' Concert Choir, Symphonic Band, Jazz :jg Fm, Band, Assistant Sponsor Tri-M, Color 4 I X N... M Guard x 'DW Mr. Randall Knudson-English III, Con- if f V temporary Literature , R V Mrs. Phyllis Koss-Office Occupations, W A X Office Practice, Office Occupations ,xr X . ' Q35 ' Club 'i 2- 1 Mrs. Irene Krueger-Assistant Librarian, 'Q 55D , Kb 'F R " Library Club Co-Sponsor ,, W N 4 X ,imp Mr. John Landers-Police Counselor SX 3 f Q 2 Mr. Scott Lebin-Acting, English II, Dra- NY, , , ' - matics, Director of Drama, Drama 'Q 'A V 5 Club, International Thespians Asso- . lf 1' 1 'M V3 ciation be ' O' .fig . J 39' 'lv Mr. Leonard Lebovitz-Science A 3325- "'Zf'f1'134.' -' 'le Students consult their counselors for planning future schedules: here Mr. Philipp helps with a decision. ,..- N 11,414 104 FACULTY Q. 15 Mr. Holt performs an experiment for his class. F .-., I. T ,I f . nav 'ng s Tlx i fc rrrr X g -1 Fw , 3 '51, Q Q 1 I + M' l 4 ' -,g if M Faculty members hold a discussion of the day's events. . . x 'R K tix P' ,ye ,I X i-dv -1 A if '- xr AWN, , ,.. Rl x ., 1 - an I - - ,, lf'-12 we vi 3 Mrs. Margaret LeFebrve-Homemaking I and II, Clothing, Dressmaking, Tai- loring, Hostess Club Mr. Samuel Leopardo-Social Science Miss Dorothy Lewis-U.S. History, Far Eastern History Mrs. Sandrya Link-Homemaking I, Foods, Home Decorating, Home Economics Related Occupations, H.E.R.O. Mr. Robert Lorenz-Mechanical Drawing, Architectural Drawing, Machine Draw- mg Miss Bonnie Loufek-English I, English III Mr. Norman Lovelace-Physical Educa- tion, Wrestling Coach Mr. John Mazurek-English I, Creative Writing, Contemporary Fiction, Cree ative Writing Club Miss Marsha Noble-English III Mr. Thomas O'Driscoll-Director of Stu- dent Personnel Mr. Alvin Olson-Science Mrs. Marjorie Olson-World History I, Latin I, Division' Head of Foreign Languages and Social Studies Mr. Edward O'Malley-Special Education Mr. Thomas Organ-Distributive Educa- tion, Marketing, Consumer Problems, D.E. Club Mr. David Oswald-Audio-Visual Services Director Miss Carolyn Otte-Biology, Pom Pon Squad Sponsor FACULTY 105 , We 5 r V i'kl.,?'. WL fe . . ,-wk' y . ,ff . M , I . K ,t . Ahlhr. 3' , fl , x is I f ' ,,,-fl lv! bo -.... - , ix-at-. at 1 5 , Vg, 3 f' 5' 4' .,i, les pref x 1 iris d sz ,, gilt X Xian 7 U ." 3, em. -4 'Q LL .X 'E-'E' 2. f' in fy M , It --' 'if 106 FACULTY li Mr. Mr. Mr. Alan Otto-Physical Education Larry Peddy-Physical Education Darwin Peterson-English, Novice De- bate Mr. Douglas Peterson-Marching Band, Con- Mr. Mr. Mr. Mr. Mr. Mr. Mr. cert-Symphonic Band, Humanities Class, Co-Sponsor Tri-M, Modern Mu- sic Masters. Neal Peterson-Physical Science, Earth Science, Tennis Joseph Prendergast-English Morris Pumphrey-Chemistry, Physical Science, Astronomy Club Ronald Raben-English, Speech, Play Production, Technical Director, Con- test Play, Variety Show Herbert Rangl-Foreign Language George Reat-World Geography, U.S. History, American Problems, Head GolfCoach Robert Rees-Math I, Algebra I, Ad- vanced Algebra, Varsity Basketball Coach, Frosh-Soph Cross Country Miss Susan Rende-General Business, Of- Mr. lice Practice, Typing III and IV, Pep Club Sponsor Thomas Rife-Sociology Mrs. Laurie Rossi-English I and II, Ski Mr. Mr. Club Sponsor, Ski Racing Team Kenneth Rundquist-Geometry, Ad- vanced Algebra, Freshman Basketball Coach, Varsity Tennis Coach Lynn Salier-Vocational Counselor, Sophomore Class Sponsor Miss Judith Sawicki-English IV, Journal- ism I and II, Guardian Sponsor Mrs. Marjorie Schaller-English III Mr. Robert Schellenberg-World History, Sociology, Humanities, Philosophy Club Miss Hanna Schwitzky-Special Education Mr. Lowell Simmer-Self-Imposed Schedule Mrs. Judith Skjordahl-Typing, Bookkeep- ing, Business Education Club Miss Virginia Smith-Limited Physical Ed- Mr. Mr. ucation, G.R.A. Vernon Stahnke-Industrial Education Ronald Steiner-Social Counselor Mr. Barry Stoughton-Mathematics Mrs. J acquelyn Summers-English Mr. Harry Swenson-Concert Choir, Har- mony and Arranging, Freshman Girls' Chorus, Les Chanteurses, Freshman Boys' Chorus, Tri-M Club Mr. Scott Lebin, Drama Club Sponsor, and Ken Rowley, Junior, contemplate an important decision on the stage. Mrs. Judith Taylor-Physical Education Mr. Raymond Thibodeau-Advanced Math, Algebra I, Problem Solving Mr. Robert Tipsworth-Dvision Head of Physical Education and Athletic Direc- tion Mr. Michael Titre-Physical Science, Phys- ics Mr. David Truelson-Biology I, Intramurals Mr. Jacob Turban-Calculus, Geometry, Phase-in, Algebra, Geometry, Alge- bra I Mr. Richard Urquiza-Foreign Language Mr. James Walker-Art I, III, IV, Art Club Mrs. Loretta Walker-Dance l and Il, Phys- ical Education, Orchesis Mr. Joseph Wellman-Sociology, Anthro- pology Club Mr. Raymond Wells-Spanish I and II, Pan Language Club Mr. James Wendler-Physical Education Miss Judith Wendt-Math, Algebra, Algebra- Geometry, Geometry, Equestrian Club Mr. Edward Whitcombe-Special Education na-qi 15 "-35. ,, 3' xc gf, Sling '. I 1? ,, , Wag I f mall!! ini Not pictured: Mr. Richard Bader, Miss Joan Brunner, Mrs. Elizabeth Campbell, Mrs. Helen Esser, Miss Dorothy Evans, Miss Beverly Evko, Mrs. Ann Garcia, Mr. Valdis Grants, Mrs. Colleen Heimberger, Mrs. Mary Huyck, Mrs. Lorraine Laing, Mrs. Betty Mathews, Mr. Richard Mudge, Mrs. Ann Otzen, Mr. Phillip Pardun, Mr. John Peters, Mr. Jerald Philipp, Mr. James Prow, Mr. Donald Schnake, Mrs. Katherine Sherman, Mr. Dominic Sparacino, Mr. George Whittier, Mr. Gerald Woollard. FACULTY 107 il. ,Q fs ' 22:51 . xf gfmj . -- rw f ,Q rf- ff'-.cf Seated: Mrs. Pearl Walter, Mrs. Beate Carey, Mrs. Irene Mrs. Lillian Norman. Mrs. Mary Lou Schmehl, Mrs. Janis Bergmann: Standing: Mrs. Neta Little, Mrs. Evelyn Gallis, WilliamS.Mrs.Janet Amendola. t ' kept school in top hape Seated: Mrs. Alice Hanrahan, Mrs. Rita Celin, Mrs. Terry Mrs- Shirley Zimmerman. MrS- Marguerite J0hrlSOH. MrS. Scopag Standing: Mrs. Grace Werner, Mrs. Doris McWherter, Sandra F0rlI1g2r. Mrs. D0r0thy Curtis. Mrs. Irene Berger. ,sf ,ff -sg ,-fa 108 SECRETARIES M .. l N sf , D B 9 ' 2. I 4 l 'G 3.2, ,., Q.. E i Seated: Mrs. Dorothy Nillson, Mrs. Theresli Browning, Mrs, Gertrude Wille, Mrs. Eleanore Lindberg, Mrs. Ann Reagan Mrs. Mary Ann Soutar, Row 2: Mrs. Evelyn Seigbalin, Mrs. Ida Bruzzini, Mrs. Helen Knoblanch, Mrs. Lucy Hagstrom, Miss Eleanor Celraham, Mrs. Helen Miller, Mrs. Grace Gerger, Row 3: Mrs. Margaret Archbold, Mrs. Nancy Ban- ach, Mrs. Pat. Ricks, Mrs. Dorothy Radzis, Mrs. Nancy Voss, Mrs. Rose Retterer, Mrs. Mary Ann Waldibillig. Cafeteria and Custodial staffs helped E G Front Row: Mr. Ken Wich, Mr. James Andrew, Mr. Ted Messner: Back Row: Mr. John Nelson, Mr. Bill Canar, Mr. John Kingsley, Mr. Bernie Runge. CAFETERIA AND CUSTODIAL STAFF 109 Y 3 . 1 H I P '4 'f 1 J f I Q 7 3 was G L Student Council Bottom Row: D. Olson, D. Stefanos, D. Augus- tine, J. Dean, Mr. Aldrich, S. Swanson, D. Myhre, S. Pazzolp Row 2: S. Dean, L. Austin, M. Johnston, D. Jurjovec, P. Olson, C. Heimos, K. Klopp, D. Austin, D. Rasmussen, B. Fink: Row 3: C. Maier, S. Romano, M. Romano, T. Hueber, J. Mitnick, P. Tobin, R. Paniagua, L. Heimos, L. Camodeca, L. Lampertg Quill and Scroll held a This year, Student Council was led by President Jim Dean, Vice-President Sue Swanson, Recording Secretary Denise Augustine, Corresponding Secre- tary Diane Stefanos, and Treasurer Dennis Myhre. It raised money for football lights and for the Arenas family and sponsored the kick-off dance, La Quill and Scroll Bottom Row: Pam Krull, Eileen Schmidt, Kathy Dolby, Sherri Konoshi, Judy Retzkeg Top Row: Shari 112 HONORARY Row 4: S. Quinn, T. Morris, J. Romano, G. Gahalla, C. Carroll, A. Kereluk, L. Turner, S. Eckert, M. Nolan, J. Lorch, S. Kee- gan: Top Row: C. Carroll, K. O'Leary, R. Fink, B. Villars, D. Bastounes, S. Harris, J. McKelvey. D. Rambo, A. Tobin, A. Serges. n initiation banquet Fete, the sleep-in, and the Variety Show. Quill and Scroll, an honorary society for jour- nalism and yearbook students, was sponsored by Mrs. Holt and Miss Sawicki. These students must have a B average and a year's experience on one of the journalistic staffs. Zerebiny, Mark Thompson, Wayne Mikos, Becke Villars, Mrs. Holt, Miss Sawicki. z X--I ffl' XI' NFL Bottom Row: Cindy DeMares, Miss Edwards, Mrs. Sum- Th0maS FOX. Kathy G0d19WSki, Mike Smith. NGHCY Beyer. mers, Mr. Peterson: Top Row: Karen Evensen, Donna Farner, National Honor Society sold E G pennants National Forensics League is an honorary club for students who have earned at least 25 points in either individual speech events or debate. Their main project is the school calendar. National Honor Society is an honorary activity for those who have a high scholastic average and recommendations by several teachers. They were led by President Rick Teeters, Vice-President Ron Fink, Secretary Sheilah Bernard, and Treasurer Linda Holste. Their project was the sale of Elk Grove pennants. NHS Bottom Row: S. Peterson, R. Teeters, R. Fink, L. Holste, S. Bernard, S. Dean, P. Gibischg Row 2: D. Rasmussen, D. Sronkoski, K. Gianaris, O. Fernandez, K. Dolby, G. Jackson, K. Pekarek, P. Olson: Row 3: C. Konishi, M. McNichols, C. Fecenko, S. Gentner, A. Valentine, J. Proszek, B. Baselt, C. Maier, L. Guastaferriq Row 4: R. Jay, A. Tobin, C. Carroll, J. Lewis, G. Sakata, C. Carroll, G. Dziem, K. Gardynskig Top Row: M. Leininger, M. McKenzie, J. Cooney, C. Albert, D. Griffith, B. Buchholz, A. Mitsos, J. Ottinger, J. Dean. IIONORARY Y ar l Thespians Bottom Row: Kathleen Gianaris, Corinne Reeder, bin, Chris Kunze, Rich Rucinski, Jan Petersen, Top Row: Tom Mary Campbell, Pat Bartlett, Susan Ingersoll, Row 2: Mr. Le- Hatzold, Thomas Fox, Cliff Albert, Wayne Mikos, Dave Reily. 1 l Key Club collected food for underprivileged Key Club Bottom Row: Tom Baumstark, Dave Griffith, Dennis Myhre, Jim Proszekg Top Row: John Ford, Larry Bachus, Jim Cooney, John Bosslet. YJ 7 H4 HONORARY This year, Thespians were led by President Stephanie Faracy, I Vice-president Mary Campbell, and Secretary Pat Bartlett. Mem- bers had to be juniors or seniors, who had worked for 150 hours on' plays. During the year, they as- sisted Mr. Lebin, their sponsor, ' with Elk Grove's plays. They often 3 saw professional plays. At the endl of the year, they held their annual l formal initiation. ' During the year, Key Club col- ' lected toys for a parish at Christ-' mas time and worked with Kiwanis Club. The club is a community ', service group. It was led by Presi- dent Dave Griffith, Vice-president Dennis Myhre, Secretary Jim Proszek, and Treasurer Tom Baumstark. 1 l l Tri-M Bottom Row: G. Powers, D. Stefanso, P. Hendricks, D. Ratzek, D. Cliver, M. Campbell, C. Crailg Row 2: Mr. Peter- son, Mr. King, L. Abernathy, S. Zerebiny, D. Sronkoski, K. Stolle, T. Kincaid, K. Winzer, Mr. Swenson, Row 3: M. LaMont, C. Piraino, E. Gianaris, L. Darge, B. Armstrong, J. Marcus- son, K. Sealy, L. Holste, K. Waldenmaier, J. Ross, Row 4: B. DeFotis, K. Fabian, P. Metcalf, L. Anderson, J. Perr, K. Mey- er, C. Irsch, L. Cook, J. Callaghan, S. Quinn, M. Keziosg Row 5: J. Cook, L. Nicholas, B. Garibaldi, S. Bentall, L. Fried- richs, S. Trudan, T. Lowery, D. Krikorian, T. Swanson, C. Cu- triz, Top Row: R. Gilmore, C. Wiebe, D. Mollenkamp, L. John- son, B. Leibrock, D. Varney, D. Barden, B. Westerberg, B. Toovey, M. Brannon, R. Rohn. Tri- performed at their Spring Recital The Folk Music Club was sponsored by Mr. Da- vid. The group gathered after school to participate in song fests and to study folk music. Tri-M was led this year by President Donna Folk Music Club Bottom Row: Mary Brown, Lisa Cohn: Row 2: Peggy Fisher, Judy Perr, Barb Wagner, Lisa Wehrhieim, ., Sronkoski, Vice-president Karen Stolle, and Secre- tary Sherri Zerebiny. They had their initiation in October and their Christmas Party on December 20. They also sponsored the Musical Masquerade. Marcia Searlesg Top Row: Mr. David, Toni Amatore, Sue Pol- lack, Kyleen Wilson, Tina Vaccarello, Wendy Dahl, Ruth Hufton. ,J 5 I , fifii' K ., ..,. ,A-1,"'w-Q. HONORARY 115 dum :far rv- 43 Freshmen Boy's Ensemble Bottom Row: David Khoshaba, Ray Ramakis, Michael Kerbag Top Row: Mr. Swenson, Kurt Perrigo, Gary Lundeen, Bill Smith. Freshman choirs sang out to the community Freshmen Girl's Chorus Bottom Row: L. Aiardo, G. Braun D. Anderson, G. Noga, K. Mulcahy, D. Flink, E. Azriel, J Waldenmaier, D. Vorndran, T. Stefanos, M. Rettenbacher, B Winston, N. Smith: Row 2: Mr. Swenson, D. Burns, L. Fitz gerald, L. Carbine, L. Cohn, S. Curtis, T. Maggio, P. Cruz, J. Walsh, J. Haseman, K. Boyd, K. Lishka, R. Gianaris, V. Jacobsen: Row 3: E. Parr, B. Barton, J. Desmond, M. Sidor- chok, L. Thibodeau, C. Lindeman, C. Bregar, H. Butler, M Kaeppel, N. Peterson, K. Wilson, N. Wagner: Top Row: C Mayer, L. Christensen, S. Fadler, L. Rinesmith, P. Selvig L. Celin, A. Jones, T. Vaccarello, C. Cox, D. Meyners, N Hansen, S. Brownson, J. Hartgrave, R. Paniagua. 116 MUSIC xx K f -- -..W -13. ,- Choir Bottom Row: D. Cliver, M. LaMont, K. Tansey, C. Fruitt, J. Marcusson, E. Gianaris, D. Sronkoski: Row 2: K. Walden maier, L. Abernathy, K, Sealy, L. Holste, C. Irsch, M. Kezios, K. Stolle, M. Campbell, Row 3: Mr. King, M. Connery, C Wiebe, R. Jones, B. Johnson, H. Cating, K. Gyllenberg, M Cliver, R. Rohn, Mr. Swenson, Top Row: J. Bradley, D. New- hall, C. Cating, K. Fox, L. Smart, M. Thomey, S. Hegg. L Johnson, L. Holmes. Choral concerts emphasized singing ability Girl's Glee Club Bottom Row: S. Koshaba, M. Kekos, J. Sibil- ski, K. Winzer, S. Voss, P. Nugent, K. Glanz, J. Ross, D. Gora don, C. Crail, D. Stefanos, Mr. Swenson, D. Price, Row 2: Mr King, A. Westerberg, K. Mikkelsen, L. Anderson, B. Nawrot J. Lundgren, S. Fruitt, G. Eldridge, C. Zuker L. Cialaburri L. Nicholas, L. Dargeg Row 3: M. Liewehr, K. MeCoy, V. Haakei G. Bruck, P. Cornell, C. Piraino, D. French, R. Smith, S. Kelly D. Kreischer, C. VanKoryer3 Top Row: L. Ratledge, J. Jobe lius, M. Sulaski, S. Jongleux, J. Cook, C. DeMares, M, Gromke P. Barton, K. Wuestenfeld, B. Hopley, K. Fabian, N. Hayden S. Lampe, J. Pieper. MUSIC 117 A15 mf iii' S . x . 3. 3 1 Wx + in Q 5 Q sw N f N J 3 5. f , fi Q g . A .- ,, ,3,g,, V, W A I :A-5 3 k 4 ,Qs gg-A-N Q.. 3 1 1- Q, . -2 - .. -+ ff , ., '- -- ' f R? 9 , w -m. , ,'vn1+'x--f ,. ,uw - Q 155 L 'gig fs ' ' A - ., g.:L x - . . , arf, ,. . al , f M is Q 11- . e Qt K -ea: K My is . A K4 at ,A , 4, Q. ,,,,,,,,.,f --,, L' A o F f M V xg.- 2 5 3 'LA i ,fx Hill .4 ' . W' AG K 4 , iw - , .fa e f ,, . , get ' 'W Q -' i fix! .iii -ff itil- rw . The Pastels Bottom Row: Mo Connery 1Accompanistl, Karen Sealy lAccompanistJ: Top Row: Donna Sronkoski, Karen Stolle. Margie LaMont. Senior girls added enthusiasm to their singing Senior Girls' Sexlel Bottom Row: Tanya Swanson, Judy Perr, Lynn Johnson, Margie LaMont lAccompanistJ Christie Wiebe, Karen Waldenmaier, Maria Kezios. 6 as-. 5 MVSIK' ,, Q 5 , . ., l g vi l lllll E Q r be . l X T' l' l-9.25551 Q Mi '- if ' J 'JN' G62 : 'ii f l 4 Aw i - - U - fn ' "xi " 'L L 'il-4' Height' A 'fl '1 "i?Yi"'7ffw fi - at 41 i ' i v 41 v Y f v 2f"r-- K: , mf V, : i I' -' , - ' M If ' ,f ' 4 Ir ,fy-h I ' oyyo .li l il , I A , ' i 1 of -J S aei i ' Symphonic Band Bottom Row: Denise Ratzek, Sheila Quinn, Linda Sealy, Peggy Faracy, Debbie Jarosch, Gail Ristau, Lissa Richey, Donna Rakowsky, Yvonne Powers, Louise Seidl: Row 2: Greg Dziem, Kurt Hunciker, Beverly Fink, Kathy Meyer, Shari Zerebiny, Linda Cook, Mike Brannon, Jim Cal- laghan, Bill Defotis, Pam Metcalf, Sharon Trudan, David Even- son, Beth Coney, Carol Thomey, Steve Topp, Debbie Pilking- ton, Larry Stiff, Craig Armstrong, Bill Toovey: Row 3: Jim Wallen, Don Varney, Bob Leibrock, Larry Malinowsky, Dave Mollenkamp, Mike Semple, David Doss, Jim Reedal, Mike Condylisg Row 4: Linda Swenson, Lynn Swearingen, Tony Seda, Scott Bentall, Ron Fink, Bob Westerberg, Dick Barden, Jeff Dailidas, Larry Friedrichs, George Taylor, Dave Krik- orian, Rex Gilmore: Row 5: Bill Cook, Scott Phillips: Top Row: Tom Kincaid, Paul Brown, Jerry Hoffstetter, Don Hach- meister, Mr. King, Mr. Peterson, Gabrielle Powers wo bands were formed by audition only Concert Band Bottom Row: Lynette Wade, Peggy Faracy, Janice Lunak, Jody Hines, Kathy Beatty, Cathy Henricks, Deb- bie Nowak, Marianne Yundt, Gail Ristau, Vicki Shera, Dorothy Bloomfield, Karen O'Shea, Debbie Jarosch, Marilyn Willard, Donna Hansen, Row 2: JoAnne Miller, Rocky Gilmore, Dave Evenson, Steve Topp, Mike Bogard, Bill Misura, Carol Tho- mey, Beth Coney, Sue Wezeman, Leslie Tracy, Robin Hill, Pam Miller, Ed Eldred, Matt Berry, Joe Stephan, Jack Brown, Steve Ratzek, Donna Rakowskyg Row 3: Lori Crites, Rick Cromer, Russ Lobaugh, Judy Krohta, Gwen Hamm, Dennis 120 MUSIC DelCampo, Ruth Hufton, Helen Hufton, Dave Okerstrom, Mark Huston, Steve McBride, Dave Martens: Row 4: Eleanor Kur- pieski, Linda Swenson, Tom Gurnik, Paul Caldarella, Steve Mitsch, Keith Moore, Lynne Swearingen, Jeff Cook, Dave Herndon, Gary Kmett, Dana Krelle, Lance Hansen, Dave Maur- inakg Row 5: Jim Pizzillo, Ron Fiorito, Ken White, Mike Well- man, Sue Keegan, Scott Phillips, Dawn Harriet, Keith Oker- strom, Bill White, Bob Buikema, Joe Peterson, Mike Hoss, Ron Rogers, Dennis Kocik, Moira McCormick: Top Row: Mr. Peterson, Mr. King l l l 1 w l l l 4 4 Sf Marching Band Bottom Row: D. Rakowsky, Y. Powers, M. Well- man, B. Toovey, T. Kincaid, L. Friedrichs, D. Hachmeister, K. White, P. Brown, J. Brown, R. Fiorito, T. Broten, G. Powers, M. McCormick: Row 2: Mr. King, M. Bougart, B. Misura, J. Stephan, D. Evanson, M. Berry, L. Tracy, S. Topp, D. Pilking- ton, B. Coney, K. Meyer, P. Metcalf, S. Zerebiny, R. Gilmore, C. Thomey, L. Cook, R. Hill, B. Fink, S. Trudan, S. Wezeman, P. Miller, Mr. Peterson: Row 3: C. Armstrong, M. Brannon, D. Jarosch, S. Quinn, G. Ristau, L. Seidl, P. Faracy, C. Hend- ricks, V. Shera, L. Sealy, D. Bloomfield, K. O'Shea, L. Wade, E. Eldred: Row 4: G. Hamm, J. Krohta, B. Defotis, D. Del- Campo, L. Malinowski, B. Liebroch, R. Hufton, H. Hufton, M. Semple, D. Doss, D. Okerstrom, M. Condylis, J. Reedalg Row 5: J. Peterson, J. Cook, B. White, K. Okerstrom, D. Krikorian, D. Herndon, D. Krelle, D. Maurinac, R. Rodgers, B. Buikema, D. Bardon: Row 6: L. Richey, S. Mitsch, T. Seda, J. Callaghan, L. Swearingen, E. Kurpieski, L. Swenson, P. Calderella, K. Moore, D. Ratzek: Row 7: J. Miller, G. Dziem, L. Ivanson, G. Kmett, D. Kocik, R. Lobaugh, J. Wallen, D. Varney, S. McBride, D. Martens: Row 8: B. Cook, D. Harriet, S. Phillips, L. Stiff, K. Hunciker, S. Ratzek, P. Semple, S. Keegan: Top Row: D. Sron- koski, K. Parks, J. Waldenmaier, E. Texidor, J. Peterson, S. Gentner, K. Stolle, S. Deevey, D. Stefanos, M. Kezios, L. Scaturro. The first annual Band Jamboree was held During the 1969-1970 school year, the 150 mem- bers of Marching Band performed the flag-raising ceremony and entertaining half-time shows for all home football games. They also played and did pre- cision marching in the homecoming parade. The Marching Band is gaining recognition as one of the best bands in the state. This band per- formed at two professional football games this year. They marched at Soldier's Field on October 18 when the Chicago Owls played against the Arkansas Dia- mondbacks, and at the Chicago Bears-Detroit Lions game on December 21, at Wrigley Field. Every day the hard-working members of this band practiced for their performances on the football field and the parking lot during the lunches. The first annual Marching Band Jamboree was held here on November 14. The band played high- lights from their half-time shows and previewed the songs they would play at the Chicago Bears game. Students auditioned to become a member of the Symphonic and Concert Bands. These two bands played at the Winter Band Concert on March 8. It featured outstanding student soloists from these bands. They also entertained the public at the Spring Band Concert on May 8. The Symphonic Band competed at two band con- tests during the year. On March 14, they partici- pated in the Illinois State Band Contest and on April 18 they participated in the Solo and Ensemble Con- test. Those who competed in this contest were indi- viduals and small groups of players. All of these bands have brought many honors to themselves and to our school this year. Certainly they deserve to be applauded for their fine and out- standing music. MUSIC 21 Jazz Band Bottom Row: Tom Kincaid, Don Varney, Jim Cal- laghan, Larry Malinowski, Bill Defotis, Bob Leibrock, Sheila Quinn, Row 2: Leroy Schwerin, Bill Cook, Bob Westerberg, Ron Fink, Tony Seda, Scott Bentall, Keith MacGregor, Thad The Jazz Band wo This year the Elk Grove High School Jazz Band was directed by Mr. Peterson. They played both contemporary music and jazz. Required to attend one rehearsal a week, members appeared in many excellent concerts for civic groups, the Booster Club, and other schools. Their special performances included their Spring Concert Tour and several state contests. Highlight was winning the Governor's Color Guard Bottom Row: Liz Scaturro, Donna Sronkoski, Sandi Gentner, Karen Parks, Maria Kezios, Top Row: Karen Lowry: Top Row: Larry Friedrichs, Jeff Dailidas, Dave Kri- korian, George Taylor, Rex Gilmore, Mr. Peterson, Mr. King, Don Reily. n Governor's Trophy Trophy at the Illinois State Fair. All members were required to meet minimum performance standards. During the 1969-1970 school year, the eleven talented girls in the Color Guard did precision marching and original routines to music played by the Marching Band. Led by Captain Karen Stolle, they opened all of the home varsity basketball games with the flag ceremony. Stolle, Jan Petersen, Sue Deevey, Elaine Texidor, Karen Waldenmaier, Diane Stefanos. MUSIC -45 'N Foreign Exchange Bottom Row: Kathy Gardynski, Sheilah Bernardg Top Row: Jorge Cevallos, Sue Tokay, Cathy Fe- cenko, Marcia Gieringer Exchange students made new friends Jorge Cevallos, our exchange student from Ecuador, jokes with the girls. During the summer of 1969, seven of our students represented the U.S.A. by traveling to several different countries as foreign ex- change students. Bobbie Khun, Karen Doherty, Kathy Knopf, and Steve Becker stayed in Spain to take classes and learn about the Spanish way of life. Marcia Gie- ringer visited Argentina, Cathy Fecenko traveled to Colombia, Sheilah Bernard went to Vene- zuela. These students made their homes with their newly "adopted" families in these countries. They learned more of the language and became a part of the customs and traditions of each country. During the school year, Jorge Cevallos represented his country of Ecuador as he made a tempor- ary home in our country. He re- sided in Des Plaines at the home 'Sv of senior Marcia Gieringer. FOREIGN LANGUAGE 123 Chess Club Bottom Row: Ray Miller, Gale Francioneg Top Row: Mike Hoss, Mrs. Huyck This year the foreign language clubs were combined to form one general group-Pan Language Club. The foreign language teachers shared in directing the student . participation in this year's activi- ties. The purpose of this club was V- to stimulate cultural interest in a 1 1 all aspects of all the various languages. The club was led by an execu- tive committee composed of Cindy Schafer, Kathy Gardynski, Lisa LaForge, Mary Lee Mueller, and Chris Beck. This year the club met once a month. Each different language had the responsibility of taking charge of the meeting for one month. The annual Pan Language Banquet was held on April 23. Stu- dents enjoyed foods from different lands and watched an entertaining program after the dinner. Mrs. Huyck sponsored Chess Club this year. The only require- ment was a student's ability to play chess. Members played chess once a week and participated in school tournaments. Pan Language Banquet held on pril 23 Pan Language Club Bottom Row: Noreen Walsh, Lyn McGill, Carilyn Crail, Cynthia Schafer, Mary Lee Mueller, Kathy Gar- dynski, Chris Beck, Debbie Anderson, Sue Onoratig Row 2: Sue Gennuso, Jim Gardynski, Robin Hill, Cheri Rizzo, Rick Wues- tenfeld, Ellie Lamberg, Tracie Schmehl, JoAnne Luzietti, Row 3: Debbie Hicks, Kriss Mikkelsen, Diana Lewis, Carol Hughes, Holly Hill, Lisa LaForgeg Row 4: Debbie Luzietti, Cathy Fec- enko, Gail Hudgins, Andrea Valentine, Rita Pritchard, Barb Basford, Sheila Bernard, Georgene Harris, Cheryl Baumann, Top Row: Diana Walter, Sue Pollack, Gail Greaves, Dianne Tanner, Anne Sittig, Sharon Kinsella, Pat Banach, Linda Was- niowski, Pam Lewis. 124 FOREIGN LANGUAGE Pep Club Bottom Row: K. Jeffries, L. Durning, E. Schmidt, Miss Rende, M. LaMont, Linda Walser, K. Flerlage, D. Cline, S. Shaw: Row 2: D. Derby, K. Werner, J. Retzke, M. McNichols, G. Hudgins, C. King, K. Sealy, K. Dolby, N. Walser, D. Kinng Row 3: D. Hicks, N. Lunak, V. Leo, V. Fraher, K. Brook, S. Hofer, S. Proehl, G. Bruck, B. Baseltg Top Row: G. Gahalla, C. Pyde, C. Creedon, B. Stram, K. Franke, D. Farner, C. Wiebe, K. O'Leary, S. Kinsella, D. Luzietti. Pep Club gave conference flags to school This year, Pep Club again promoted spirit throughout the school. The club was led by President Linda Walser, Vice-president Margie LaMont, Sec- retary Eileen Schmidt, and Treasurer Kathy Fler- lage. Miss Rende was the sponsor of the club. The purpose of the club was to support all of Pep Club Bottom Row: N. Pagel, E. Lamberg, G. Noga, Miss Rende, L. Piehl, M. Rettenbacker, C. Madalinski, K. Lawlessg Row 2: C. Paul, D. Anderson, D. Vorndran, T. Stefanos, T. Schmehl, C. Hughes, K. Lishka, L. Thibodeau, J. Lunak, Row 3: S. Frank, D. Jendnycki, J. Steen, J. Nicholas, C. Lindeman, B. Moore, N. Oehl, N. Hess, S. Gryczka, S. Gennuso, L. Tumi- Elk Grove's various athletic teams and the different activities in the school. One of the most important activities sponsored by the club was the Student- Faculty basketball game. Members sold spirit but- tons before the basketball season and initiated a car- decorating contest for Homecoming. no: Row 4: K. Boyd, M. Brokamp, R. Gianaris, K. Wilson, L. Blazek, C. Breger, M. Sidorchuk, C. Bugay, S. Davis, M. Con- nolly, Top Row: S. Cox, S. Kussin, J. Hollywood, D. Meyners, K. Banach, L. Wasniowski, M. Hamilton, C. Clinton, S. Voss, S. Titschler, S. Fitzpatrick. SPIRII 25 GRA Bottom Row: Steph Jordan, Pat Kellner, Debbie Pilking- ton, Sharon Gosse, Caryn Hauser, Janet Lewis: Row 2: Pat Meyer, Marcia Kekos, Laura Camodeca, Janet Lorch, Dawn Harriet, Jan Killian, Marita Miller, Karen Winzerg Row 3: Terri Martarano, Sue McCormack, Carol Ilseman, Barb Bass ford, Debbie Luzietti, Sue Kussin, Marcia Gosse: Top Row Sandy Titschler, Andie Kereluk, Carol Mello, Sue Voss, Dianne Tanner, Kathy Banach, Jody Hollister, Linda Nielsen. Leaders' Club organized a slumber party Leaders' Club was led by President Lynn Han- sen, Vice-president Cathy Ellery, Treasurer Deb Norfolk, and Secretary Sue Condon, Miss Mathews sponsored the club. During the year, they partici- pated in the Homecoming parade, sold Christmas and Easter candy, and took a camping trip. Highlight of their year was the E. G. Slumber party. Leaders' Club Bottom Row: D. Sronkoski, K. Pekarek, P. Hendricks, L. Abernathy, K. Jeffries, M. Johnston, K. Winzer, D. Olson: Row 2: V. Justinick, Miss Mathews, C. Ellery, S. Condon, L. Hansen, D. Norfolk, C. Hauser, P. Gibisch, D. Aus- tin: Row 3: S. Grover, K. Shea, J. Retzke, C. Cannizzo, D. Khoshaba, G. Jackson, L. Heinemann. D. Cliver: Row 4: D. GRA again held father-daughter and mother daughter nights and sold pom-pon shakers at Home coming. Miss Smith and Mrs. Anderson sponsored the club. They were led by President Sharon Gosse Vice-president Deb Pilkington, and Secretary-Treas urer Caryn Hauser. Wilson, S. McCormack, C. Fecenko, M. Hischke, J. Weadley K. Gardynski, V. Larson, G. Gragnani, K. Prislinger, C, Pyde P. Sprengerg Row 5: S. Gentner, S. Jung, M. Szczepanik K Geisler, B. Wesche, B. Bassford, D. Luzietti, C. Reed Top Row: B. Cantrell, T. Morris, D. Gruninger, A. Sittig, S. Gosse L. Johnson, K. Hauser, C. Stingley, S. Ingersoll, D. Famer 1 I, Dum A 'K K 5 , v aj la I . N fi l ,, L X T Y V , g f I V Al 'V if if X XR ff I mm X, f ti'i' ,W DEB w A I ,W A NARA ji ,ky a 1' ' i'r. Ti t 2 I J I f -l ,,,,.-4' -DN. 4'!"? Bottom Row: Leslie Guenveur, Lalin Trierweiler, Becky Reitz: Top Row: Gary Pengrazi, Gary Bailey, Terri Martarano, Dennis Myhre. Business Ed. participated in Fun ight Business Education Club was sponsored this year by Mrs. Skjordahl and Miss Bruninga. It was led by President Dennis Myhre, Vice-president Gary Bailey, and Secretary Terri Martarano. The club Bottom Row: Cheri Grupe, Anita Barnes, Mrs. Koss, Debbie Berthold, Jacqui Puzzog Row 2: Marsha Donald, Becky Kirch- listened to guest speakers who talked about the busi- ness world. They also took field trips to various business establishments, sponsored bake sales, and participated in Fun Night. way, Chris Tordsen, Margie Kerr: Top Row: Sue Kandybe, Becky Tichy, Lesley McDonald, Linda McCann, Eunice Philbin. CA REERS 127 D.E. Bottom Row: Linda Mellenthin. Sue Evans, Marge Liotine, Pat Stinger: Row 2: Mr. Organ, Vicky Nemmers, Steven Jones, '-'Y Terry Bieze, Phil Jones, Bob Duncan, Top Row: Joseph Arse- nault, Emil Pratt, Paul Crawford, Bill LaMont, Len Patinella. F.T. . helped in the teacher's aide program During the 1969-1970 school year, the Future Teachers of America held many meetings where speakers came to present ideas and facts about be- coming a teacher. The club was led by President F.T.A. Bottom Row: J. Blenkle, K. Fleming, S. Morris, J. Lewis, C. Reed, C. Hauser, L. Schwartz, D. Gordon, K. Tan- sey: Row 2: S. Frank, R. Hill, E. Schmidt, L. Keegan, A. Har- ris, J. Tessendorf, E. Azriel, P. Hendricks, S. Peterson, I. Margulisg Row 3: C. Van Roeyen, B. Santowski, J. Fisher. C. Williamson, M. Steffen, M. Hornacek, L. Walser, M. Sheman- 'I' Chris Reed and sponsored by Mrs. Sherman. They participated in the teacher's aide program and visited elementary and junior high schools. They also sponsored the "rotten apple for a teacher" contest. ski, L. LaForge, S. Gennuso, T. Stefanos: Row 4: P. Stoehr, A. Westerberg, R. Gianaris, L. Blazek, D. Walter, S. Diamond, C. Hendricks, J. Wilcox, R. Golatz, C. Zucker: Top Row: T. Kuehl, S. Sica. N. Roberts, S. Jordak. S. Trudan, C. Wiebe, K. Stolle. M. Kezios, K. Savino. J. Jongleux, M. Bernard. HUP? 198 CAREERS G91 '-xi Hero Bottom Row: Kathie Wing, Mrs. Link, Marie Castiglione: Top Row: Marsha Aronson, Bonnie Dahl, Angie Arnold, Patti Jarmuth. HERO- new work program was formed Hostess Club Bottom Row: Donna Peeper, Dreama Cline, Carol Top Row: Jody Blenkle, Barb Hopley, Dianne Tanner, Ann Cald- Greathouse, Gwen Hamm. Nancy Mullins: Row 2: Darlene Haar, well, Sharon Trudan. Carrie Creedon. Darlene Nauert, Kathy Savino, Myrna Hamm, Mrs. LeFebvreg V" CAREERS 129 130 V? rf,- t,..... Library Guides Bottom Row: Chris Reed, Mary Karr, Karen Boyd, Row 2: Nita Smith, Debbie Newhall, Jody Blenkle, Jeanne Jongleuxg Top Row: Patti Bush, Beth Winston, Linda Range, Debbie Dahl, Ruth Hufton, Debbie Pleickhardt. Guides served the student body and faculty Office guides and library guides played a very important part in EGHS. They learned responsibility and reliability by volunteering to work in these ser- vice areas. Office guides, under the direction of Mrs. Nor- man and Mrs. Little, worked in the attendance, Office Guides Bottom Row: M. Brennan, J. Nelson, S. Duncan, G. Gragnani, J. Nardi, N. Voyta: Row 2: P. Sholty, L. Blume, G. Ponce, M. Conforti, D. Snyderg Row 3: K. Bergemann, V. Ponce, T. Sullivan, D. Nitschneider, M. Hall, R, Lampert, N. counseling, and main offices helping students and secretaries and delivering passes. The library guides were sponsored by Mrs. Hurley and led by President Debbie Newhall, Vice- President Jody Blenkle, and Secretary Nita Smith. They helped students and the faculty use the library. Poethkow, C. Reeder, Row 4: J. Miller, M. Hornacek, J. Whe- don, R. Wiard, K. Meinsen, S. Cox, D. Rodriguez, Top Row: J. Puninske, R. Hazle, S. Krueger, C. Nemoff, A. Lou, J. Wal- czak, P. Davidson, P. Bast. Nunn' an HU llfllllf ...A-.. Q1 .4 if ig Q I 'Tj A.V. Bottom Row: Walter Kozacky, Mark Turner, Joe Leikhim, Al Clapsg Row 2: Russell Lobaugh, Bob Garibaldi, Mr. Oswald, Ken Rowley: Top Row: James Moy, Ron Santor, Randy Stenberg, John Javers, Steven Becker. Art Club participated in their own movie Under the direction of Mr, Walker, members of Art Club learned to perfect their talent in art. Dur- ing the year they worked on independent student projects and the club's own movie. This club was led by President Janice Meyer, Vice-President Dan Swanger, and Secretary Chris Rabattini. The Audio-Visual Club enabled male students of Art Club Bottom Row: Mr. Brewer, Dee Dee Jurjovec, Davia Jakubek, Charmaine Borzewski, Jim Ecklund, Rosemary Mel- uso, Mr. Hodge: Row 2: Marianne Harper, Myrria Hamms, Ellen Pizzillo, Bridget Vaid, Dan Swanger, Gail Hudgins, Pam Williams, Jim Pizzillo: Row 3: Marty LoPresto, Chris Can- Elk Grove to have an opportunity to gain new knowl- edge in the areas of photography, television, and the repair of equipment. The club was sponsored by Mr. Oswald and the assistant director was Steve Becker. The club helped teachers to use their equip- ment so their classes could benefit from the use of these machines. nizzo, Sandy Titschler, Kathy Banach, Wendy Bilhuber, Linda Wheeler, Doris Rossg Top Row: Don Reily, Darin Lowery, Oan Panek, Jan Meyer, Rob Feller, Geoff Youngblood, Judy Culver, Gail Greaves. PN 131 Drama Club Bottom Row: Mrs, Anderson, Mr. Raben, Donna Rakowsky, Diana Neubert, Ellen Gianaris, Mr. Lebin: Row 2: Nancy Pagel, Mary Campbell, Tina Stefarios, Corinne Reeder, Kathleen Gianarisg Row 3: Kathy Gurnack, Lynda Piehl, Patti Curtis, Kim Kotte, Roxanne Paniagua, Kris Mikkelsen, Sandi Gentner, Kyleen Wilsong Row 4: Pat Bartlett, Cindy Moran, Cindy DeMares, Linda Wood, Susan Ingersoll, Leslie Neubert, Lynn Goodrich: Top Row: James Dean, Rich Rucinski, Wayne Mikos, Cliff Albert, Dean Bastounes, Lynn Johnson, David Reily, Fran Gorman The Tolkien ociety recorded The Hobbit Drama Club this year was composed of students who were interested in the art of acting. They all helped in the production of the plays. The club was sponsored by Mr. Raben and Mr. Lebin. This year, The J.R.R. Tolkien Society was led J.R.If. Tolkien Society Bottom Row: Mr. Prendergast, Kris Borgias, Jim Abb, Sheila Quinn, Pam Stoehrg Row 2: Kris Mik- kelsen, Dave Lackland, Kevin McCarthy, Scott Chapman: Top by President Jim Abb, Vice-president Kris Borgias, N and Secretary Sheila Quinn. The club was advised and sponsored by Mr. Prendergast. They recorded The Hobbit and put the songs in the book to music. The Trilogy of the Rings was also recorded. Row: Mike Sherman, Gary Kmett, Anne Sittig, Tim Evans, ' Cindy DeMares. wi 114.17 13 l-INE ARTS V7 -ur-4' ,M--1 Individual Speech Bottom Row: Nancy Beyer, Mrs. Jackie Summers, Cindy DeMores3 Bottom Row: Donna Farner, Tom Fox, Kathy Godlewski, Mike Smith. Debate Team learned research techniques Individual Speech Events consists of individual and trophies to our school. competition as opposed to group competition. There are different categories for competition, such as original monologue, after-dinner speaking, and seri- ous play reading. This year, Elk Grove's Individual Speech participants again brought many honors naments all over District 214. They competed learned the ability to express themselves effectiv Debate Bottom Row: Mr. Peterson, Heide Fron, Chuck Hanra- han, Mark Okuma, Miss Edwards: Row 2: Bob Hayhurst, Glenn Koorhan, Mike Smith, Maria Cruz, Tim Clarke, Nick Master- SOHG TQD Row: Scott Slater, Wallace Glab, Mary Jongleax, Mike Candyhs, Karen Evensen, Kathy Godlewski, Cindy DeMa,-es, ,A Miss Edwards and Mr. Peterson this year spon- sored the Debate Team, which participated in tour- OH both the novice and junior varsity level. Members ely. spsecn Hunzanilies Board Bottom Row: Louise Cvrandt, Jeri De:-Carlo, Lousie Seidl, Judy Wilcox: Top Row: Mary Petzold, Angela Inzerello, Lou-Anne Lipner, Joyce Desmond. The Equestrian Club sponsored hayrides The Humanities Board, sponsored by Mr. Calisch again helped in the planning of special activities in the Humanities Division. The Equestrian Club went riding once a week at EQIICSIITGIZ Club Bottom Row: Beth Coney, Linda Holste, Arm Westerberg, Miss Kauzlarichg Row 2: Heidi Fron, Debbie Shel- Midwest Stables. The club was sponsored by Miss Kauzlarich and led by President Linda Holste, Vice- President Beth Coney, Secretary Ann Westerberg, and Treasurer Gail Sullivan. don, Joyce Green: Top Row: Judy Schmidt, Pam Garlisch, Jeanne Bradley, Wendie Sebastian. Teresa Hamilton. Q -.1 11,7 A-'Q 3 N-f 5 Anthropology Club Bottom Row: Bill Grauf, Laura Conter, Tom Zucker: Row 2: Mr. Wellman, Bob Garibaldi. Joe Fabos, Mr. Astronomy Club h Mr. Wellman and Mr. Benes sponsored the An- thropology Club this year. In the spring, they took a trip to New Mexico to study the Indians who live in the Southwest. Astronomy Club Bottom Row: Linda Huebner, Debbie Price, Row 2: Peter Klesi, Dan Beal, Jeff Simmons, Mr, Pumphreyg Row 3: Kip Schroeder, Bill Smith, David Reily, Bob Langs- ad Benes, Top Row: John Ja LaFayette, David Snellman, Mike Thomey, John Gchell, Phil Piscitello. stars in their eyes The Astronomy Club was sponsored by Mr. Pumphrey. The members participated in star parties and took several trips to learn about the ever-chang- ing field of astronomy. held: Top Row: Dick Barden, Mike McEvoy, Dennis Kocik, Dave Abernathy, Carol Thomey. .rf ASTRONOMY AND ANTHROPOLOGX 3 Ski Club Bottom Row: Diane Sherbuk, Candy Sheldon, Debbie Bogut, Linda Christensen, Lesley Schwartz, Joan Ann Tosch, Linda McGill: Row 2: Mrs. Rossi, Nancy Francione, Don Fler- lage, Lou-Anne Lipner, Rick Hilblom, Donna Pollitz, Pan Sargent, John Werringg Row 3: Audrey Walsh, Giselle Noga, Cathy Klopp, Amy Klopp, Debbie Sheldon, Patti Curtis, Donna Rakowsky, Lynn Durning, Karen Boyd, Rob Hanson, Marsha Searles: Row 4: Jim Conway, Angie Douglas, Liz Bicego, Les- ley Tracy, Jim Pollitz, Debbie Riley, Maureen Hamilton, Ted Clyde, Renee Snell, Linda Rohn, Robert Dodds, Sandy Sosnow- skig Row 5: Toni Hornacek, Marianne Hornak, Jill Collesi, Sarah Powell, Maureen Caniff, Karen Stolle, Judy Blair, Maria Ciulla, Michelle Omahana, Debbie Suzietti, Lynn Goodrich: Top Row: Gary Vesey, Paul Klinger, Roberta Grimshaw, Anne Sittig, Keith Moore, John McGill, Bill Flowers, Joe Jobelius, Tony Seda, Tom Zucker, Dan Flerlage, Robert Sheldon. The Ski Club eagerly welcomed the snow Ski Team Bottom Row: Don Flerlage, Dan Flerlage, Lou- Anne Lipner, Richard Hilblom, Bob Schwartz, Row 2: Mrs. Rossi, Owen Walther, Jim Pollitz, Kathy Lapriseg Top Row: XG' 136 OUTDOOR Kathy Flerlage, John McGill, Leroy Fanslow, Bob Buikema, Tony Seda, Bob Woods. Ae. This year, Mrs. Rossi again sponsored both the Ski Club and the Ski Team. The Ski Club was led by President Donna Pollitz, Vice-president Rick Hil- blom, Secretary Lou-Anne Lipner, and Publicity Chairman Don Flerlage. The club went skiing every Wednesday at either Wilmot or Alpine Valley, Wis- consin. To become a member of Ski Club required being a member of the United States Ski Association and school or family insurance. At their meetings, the members viewed films and had guest speakers and lectures on skiing. They also discussed such interesting topics as safety, skiing tips, and their experiences while skiing. The members of Ski Team had fun traveling to different skiing areas to test their ability. They also competed with members of other schools by racing them in slalom ski races. To become a mem- ber of the Ski Team required having skiing ability for racing and the willingness to participate. The newly-initiated Aviator's Club was spon- sored by Mr. Norwood, who is himself a pilot. The club was led by President John Desmund, Vice- president Greg Michela, Secretary Bill Willis, and Treasurer Joe Laskowski. All members were required to be at least six- teen years old. The purpose of the club was to help students understand aviation and gain general knowledge of flight procedures. Members received flight instructions and became ground-school quali- fying members for FAA written examinations. Newly formed Aviators' Club took wings Aviatofs- Club Bottom Row: Greg Roberts, Peter Alesi, Tom Top ROWS Dennis Oltz, Todd Gander, Mark Gander, Russell Stefanosg Row 2: Mark Siragusa, Mike Thomey, John Desmund: Klnnafd. '?"'f' 6153? OUTDOOIQ I3 4? WAS U B61 Editors Bottom Row: Chris Glejf, Carol Kozler, Mark Thompson, Shari Zerebiny, Top Row: Dennis Myhre, Becke Villars, Wayne Mikos, Elaine Texidor. Guardian became "the sharp edge of truth" Reporters Bottom Row: Janet Schorn, Dee-Dee Stefanos, Barb Meiser, Sally Shaw, Debby Olson, Linda McGill, Miss Sawickii Row 2: Alan Kawano, Adrienne Nepodahl, Cindy King, Bonnie Baselt, Andrea Valentine, Nancy Lunak, Jeri DeCar1o, Mike Morey: Row 3: Angie D'Amico, Karen Waldenmaier, Val Lar- son, Wendy Bilhuber, Betsy Wesche, Pat Davidson, Linda Wheeler, Chris Canizzo, Denyse McLean, Row 4: Bob Moun- sey, Sharon Kinsella, Dave Guastaferri, Jim McBride, John Bosslet, Sue Swanson, Pam Bast, Kathy Franke: Top Row: Thor Hinckley, Marty Davis, Jeff McKelvey, Marty Hahn, Joe Jobelius, John McGill, Jim Abb, Joe Laskowski, John Fitz- gerald. H" 138 NEWSPAPER Q WL sv """"N-sh, 1 , ' . " , Becke Villars reads over late copy, making final corrections before it goes to print. The Grenadier's voice was clearly heard Kathy Franke, Journalism I, inspects the Chicago pa H3151 35:53 sr' BACK MT PLM DETS. Sai The outburst of last year's student interest in school and community affairs prompted an usual number of students to join the newspaper staff. These re- porters spent much of their time learning the fundamentals of jour- nalism, tracking down teachers, and writing stories. Miss Sawicki, the 1969-1970 advisor, kept the reporters toeing the line and helped the editors conquer the problems of putting out a bi-monthly newspaper. Under the watchful eye of Becke Villars, Editor-in4Chief, were News Editor Wayne Mikos, Editorial Editor Shari Zerebiny, Feature Editor Elaine Texidor, first semester Sports Editor Mark Thompson, second semester Sports Editors Dave Guastaferri and Jeff McKelvey, Photography and Exchange Editor Carol Kozler, and Advertising Manager Dennis Myhre. Miss Sawicki talks with Adrienne Nepodahl and Sharon Kinsella. rw A 5 I Q' 'aff 1 ' , .,, NEWSPAPER 139 umixxl snuff li Editors Bottom Row: Kathy Dolby, Mrs. Holt, Eileen Schmidt, Judy Retzke: Top Row: Bar manowski, Sherri Konishi. Editors, staff, deadlines, Division Editors Bottom Row: Kris Peterson, Barb Meiser, John Uragamig Top Row: Cind Rohn. b Sie- S' i , Eileen Schmidt Editor Kathy Dolby Assistant Editor and hard Work y King, Marianna McNichols, Linda N. , ' X .--3' sf- X no YEARHo0K as ,Lijf Q M Bottom Row: Gary Sakata, Angie D'Amico, Debbie Rolfe, Debbie Hicks: Top Row: Roberta Grimshaw, Linda Walser, Mo Connery, Mickey Pearson, Nancy Lunak. Montage is the account of the year's activities here at Elk Grove High School. It shows the joys, the sorrows, the victories, and the defeats. To the twenty-one staff members and those who worked during one of the lunches, the yearbook is also a record of all the hard work which went into making the publication accurate and interesting. The yearbook staff met every fourth and fifth hour to spend their time writing endless headings, copy, and captions. They took pictures, cropped them, and then laid out the pages for Montage. The members could always be seen running around, constantly interviewing teachers, trying to find typewriters which weren't being used, and lo- cating the inevitably lost rulers, pencils, and wheels. The staff was led in their efforts by Editor Eileen Schmidt and Assistant Editor Kathy Dolby. 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Varsity Bottom Row: Manager Glenn Peterson, Dan Dumelle, Dan Martin, Jim Romano, Joe Digangi, Kevin Chesney, Rob Kruse, Steve Nitschneider, Rich Kruse, Dave Guastaferri, Don Voight, Tom Warkentin, Jeff Jarocki, Dave Ristau, Thad Lowry, Manager Scott Rand: Row 2: Coach Schnake, Coach Farroh, Bob Severson, Jim Reem, Joe Chrabot, Bob Westerberg, Clark Har- Stadium lights turned It was the year of the "Luckless Grove." Gren- adiers finished their football season with a disap- pointing 0-8 recordg nevertheless, their perform- ance was better than their record. In almost all their games, Elk Grove and their opponents would play to a hard-hitting stalemate. However, a series of freakish plays would transform the game into a heartbreaker for Elk Grove. Elk Grove felt the strain and pressure of their efforts toward the goal of vic- tory. The stamina of our whole team did not go un- noticed. Our opponents realized that we presented quite a challenge. Time after time the coaches of the opposition would remark that Elk Grove was the best unvictorious team that they had ever seen. The remarkable thing about the Grenadiers was that they always managed to smile when the chips were down and gave their opponents a hard-fought battle. The coaches of this strong-willed team were Mr. Donald Schanke, Mr. Brendon Flynn, and Mr. Britton Farroh. Honors were bestowed upon out- standing individual members of the team. The team captain, named by the players, was Bill Kasallis. Receiving the Sportmanship Award was Rob Kruse, elected to that honor by his teammates. In addition, the Most Valuable Player Award went to Kevin Byrne Each year a group of boys are nominated by their coach for all-conference honors. An all-conference team is formed by the selection of nominated players from various schools. Elk Grove had one represent- ative on this team, senior end Eugene Pinder. The thrill of victory was not experienced, but the agony of defeat was not expressed. All of Elk Grove High fr 1- - -1 ---A- H-J- LL- LM., rn.. .. :nk ...nn ,1,...,. v vey, Kevin Byrne, Ron Finl- Sheldon, Joe Smith, Gary Sr seyg Top Row: John Spasari Hamish, Greg Smith, Paul 1 der, Bill Tews, Bill Flowers, Bill Kasallis. on Grena . ,... .... - t " 1.. g g 1 -V ,J- i ' 2' if r 2. ,L , .. I ur ... V. .. , - Varsity team captain Bill f hoop and stimulates Grenacf 19 44 Waiting, watching for a chance. Practice, train, work, sweat. For what? A letter. A name. Strain, strive. Push-up. Fall-down. Preparation for Glory. Why do you play football? The roar ofthe gridiron, the smell of the crowd. The tee is set. Pigskin up. Kick off! Lair Gene Pinder and Tom Warkentin bring down a Cardinal. An Addison Trail Blazer tries desperately to break through. JV Bottom Row: T. Gore, D. Bastounes, M. Jordan, B. Webb, Jones, G. Proehl, P. Dunning, F. Hauserman, J. Boyle, Coach J. Deering, B. Dehaven, T. Baumstark, B. Jacobson: Row 2: Mudge: Row 3: J. Imlah, C. Hadley, A. Bensen, R. Gruber. S. Coach Bader, J. McKe1vey, J. Desmond, D. Hilderbrand, J. Clinton, N. Noga, R. Garces, T. Claes, B. Browning. Junior Varsity players strove for perfection John Boyle and Ray Garces down the Addison carrier. 146 FOOTBALL The '69-'70 JV football team didn't finish as high in the conference as expected. The JV fin- ished in fifth place in the conference with a 3-4 record. Victories over Fremd, Conant, and Pala- tine brought the team many bright moments. De- feats were only in points. Spirit and ability made up for the losses. Quarterback Neal Noga received the honor of team captain. In recognition of their improve- ment, halfback Chuck Hadley and guard Jim Jones were named most improved players of the year. Grenadier Jack Imlah breaks through Viking defense. fl :VY Coach Bader gives last-minute pointers to guard John Deering. Randy Gruber keeps close watch from the bench. Dehaven's fast footwork helps him elude opponent. Bob Dehaven finds an opening and gains needed yardage against Fremd. FOOTBALL 147 .Vx Sophomore Bob Radzis looks forward to deserved victory. Team Scores E.G. OPP. 06 . . . . Wheeling . . . . 44 08.. ..Hersey.. ..28 15.. ..Fremd.. ..14 00.. ..Conant.. ..13 24 . . . . Palatine . . . . 14 24 . . . . Arlington . . . . 06 06 . . . . Forest View . . . . 00 Sophomores Worked toward a good season Sophomore Bottom Row: N. DiGilio, J. Bicego, K. Chuipek, S. Eckert, D. Byrne, C. Trotier, K. Borgias, J. Seidlein, G. Spiel man, Manager T. Rohr. Row 2: R. Buikema, D. Erlandson, J Evans, C. Weber, W. Jacobsen, R. Stenberg, D. Munson, P. Holmes, R. Radzis, M. Muti, R. Klinger, D. Chernick. Row 3: Coach Gaines, M. Vizzone, R. Harp, T. Siewert, J. Leopardo, a.IEi' A 4 A. Paniagua, R. Campopiano, R. Lewis, W. Cannon, K. Jaussen, F. Taucher, J. Siebold, J. Sronkowski, B. Sanoshy, Coach Love- lace. Top Row: S. Bentall, W. Dutton, S. Janos, B. Grauf, J. Chrabot, T. Gleason, T. Williams, D. Swanson, D. Byrne, J. Dziubla, P. Augustine, M. Thompson. H8 FOOTBALL Freshman A Bottom Row: G. Martin, G. Stevens, B. Ullrich, J. Kirby, R. O'Leary, J. Steinbock, J. Stewart, K. Moore, D. Mincey, F. Frankine, Manager R. Klaman. Row 2: Coach Peddy, Coach Robinson, J. Lange, M. Milner, T. Chassey, B. Butler, B. Streich, G. La Gesse, G. Adams, T. Hurley, J. Raffelson, Coach Otto. Top 3: T, Tringali, L. Lewis, D. Ricci, L. Hansen, S. Uhlarik, J. Flaherty, R. Wagner, J. Schoen, T. Evans, K. Mitsuoka. Missing: B. Prince. Frosh B finished third in conference The Freshman B team had a triumphant season, however, the Freshman A team was less successful. The A's beat Fremd and Hersey easily, but Arlington proved to be a challenge. E.G. won this game by one point and unwillingly tied Forest View. Freshman B Bottom Row: R. Cromer, T. Evans, M. Carbonari, G. Meiser, V. McCormack, R. Walser, J. Costello, T. Gleason, D. O'Brien, G. Miller, S. Busseg Row 2: Manager T. Broten, B. Imahl, M. Wellman, D. Krelle, A. Leinlokken, L. Benavidez, J. Dugo, D. Rook, T, Croson, J. Hausen, P. Kroes, J. Gilbert, K. Berntdson, G. Flowers, Manager R. Jacobsong Row 3: R. Haaning, R. Ersaine, B. Buehler, G. Lundeen, T. Gurnack, J. Hickey, J. Cosgriff, G. Todd, B. Winsor, B. Weber, L. Antosch, The B's put up a hard fight against every team that they played. Although some of their games were close, they managed to win every one except their last one against Forest View. The Falcons were too powerful and finally downed them 7 to 0. M. Karaffa, S. Dorsey, J. Evans: Row 4: Coach Grams, J. Marion, L. Crites, J. Chernick, J. Wiebe, J. Stevens, T. Clyde, L. Vittal, L. Debenny, D. Driver, J. Antosch, T. Turschman, R. Nardiello, R. Martinek, Manager S. Chapman: Top Row: J. Foster, M. Hulett, J. Cook, T. Haben, J. Siefeldt, T. Eugenis, S. Herbert, M. Sronkoski, C. Mayernick, D. Jensen, M. Wicker, J. Gaynor, R. Fedel. FOOTBA LL 149 Varsity Bottom Row: S. Davis, M. Siewert, T. Ziffra, J. Fitz- J. Ottinger, J. Kliesner, M. Hopkins, M. Bachus, B. Liptak, gerald, R. Gilmore, L. Cyrier: Top Row: M. Nolan, G. Dziem, B. Buchholz, Coach Woollard. Jim Ottinger, junior. DIHCQS first- The 1969 varsity cross country team consisted of two seniors, Fin Ar two juniors, and three sophomores. They took fourth place in a con- ference in which the top two teams went into the state finals. The frosh-soph team finished seventh in the conference. The squad did manage to get a second place in the tough Ridgewood Invitational. 150 CROSS COUNTRY Grenadier cross-country runners Cyrier and Ottinger take the lead in a home CC meet. Coach Woollard of the E. G. varsity cross-country team eyes his stopwatch as Czarnecki keeps a steady pace. , , 'f vwwsfs.. ,g i. . The Elk Grove cross-country teams remove their sweats in preparation for an important meet against a rival school. Varsity Sz Frosh-Soph CC teams improved Ff'0Sh-S0971 Bottom Row: P- Sample. L- Greenberg. P- Georges. Manager D. Basile, B. Krueger, B. Czarnecki, F. Klink, J. B. Meyer. C. Bassford, R. Ramakis, S. McIntyre: Top Row: Artemenko. J. Perry, M. Greenberg, T. Boggs, Coach Rees. --a9F,- -' ' as. I S 4 v Qi' QC V CROSS COUNTRY 151 Munnvp GRUVQ M l 1 Q aa 5-4 , g Q1 'l ' if gg l Varsity Bottom Row: Ralph Davis, Dave Ristau, Bill Miedema, Jeff Boyerg Top Row: Coach Rees, Terry Coll, Gene P Mark Hopkins, Mike Losch, John Flesch, Paul Brown. Elk Grove's Varsity showed great effort Shooting for Elk Grove is Senior co-captain John Flesch. Senior forward Gene Pinder attempts to score f EG ASKETBALL lui Grenadier Bill Miedema fights a Panther for the rebound. Because of the small size of Elk Grove's bas- ketball team, they won very few games. Despite the many defeats, the entire team always played to Junior center Mark Hopkins tries to regain the ball for E.G. 4 T gg... Attempting to shoot for Elk Grove is Senior Dave Ristau. the best of their ability. The Elk Grove student body looks forward to next year for a larger team and more victories. Elk Grove guard Jeff Boyer tries to frighten a Panther. BASKETBALL 153 JV Bottom Row: Dan Martin, Nick Adams, Steve Scholten, Schnake, Mark Greenberg, Jeff Jarocki, Rex Gilmore, Manager Pat Holmes, Greg Smith, Joe ,Jobeliusg Top Row: Jim Cooney, Paul Brown. John DiGiovanni, Dave Hildebrandt, Scott Pruitt, Coach JV Sz Sophomores worked toward ' 1 Pat Holmes steals a rebound from an Arlington Cardinal. 4 ,- 154 BASKETBALL Elk Grove's Dave Hildebrandt shoots for another basket. i Sophomores Bottom Row: Craig Trotier, Casper Weber, Jeff Sronkoski, Doug Novak, Tim Williams, John Bicego, Pat Aug- ustine, Steve Janos, Keith Chuipekg Row 2: John Artemenko, Steve Harris, Mark Cahler, Dave Chernick, Bob Radzis, Randy The Junior Varsity basketball team finished the season with an over-all record of 4-10. Sophomores finished the season with an over-all record of 10-9. Randy Stenberg fights hard for the rebound. Keith Chuipek tries for two points. X Stenberg, Mike O'Dea, Jeff Stolpa, Kent Hulet, Warren Jacob- sen: Top Row: Steve Kalisch, Jeff Evans, Kurt Karaffa, Mana- ger Gil Dutton, Coach Peddy, Manager Robert Ames, Darryl Albert, Cary Schroeder, Mark Goldsmith. They ended with a 5-8 conference record. This placed them fifth in the Mid-Suburban League Con- ference standings. Jeff Sronkoski evades an opponent. BASKI-l'l'HAl,I r Freshman A's Bottom Row: Bob Prince, Mike Millner, Lou Corsiglia, Rich O'Leary, Jeff Stewart, Bill Butler: Top Row: Manager Tom West, Manager Keith Bernutson, Tony Tringali, The Freshman "A" basketball team finished the season with a 9-5 record. This placed them third in the MSL Conference. Freshman B's finished with Freshman Mike Millner races down the basketball court. 156 BASKETBALL Scott Dorsey, Tom Dewitt, Manager John Seefeldt, Manager Tom Gurnack, Coach Grams. a 7-7 record. Both teams improved tremendously as the season progressed. With hard work these teams should bring Elk Grove recognition next season. In the Palatine - Elk Grove game O'Leary gets the rebound. Freshman B's Bottom Row: Joe DiGiovanni, Pete Semple, Hanson, Mark Mielenz, Gray Martin, Rich Hein, Gary Adams, Loren Crites, Jim Laing, Ray Fedel, Jim Shea, Mike Wicker, Bob Streich, Paul Caldarella, Steve Uhlarikg Top Row: John Rich Farrel, Ken Mitsuoka, Tom Jones: Row 2: Joe Evans, Ted Flaherty, Gene Stevens, Frank Franklin, Randy Kob, John Clyde, Jeff Zielinski, Mike Karaffa, Mike Sronkoski, Ross Ko- Faster, John Martzel, Coach Rundquist, Gary Miller, Bill Im- sinski, Rick Haaning, Tim O'Hara, Dennis Box, Rich Andrews, lah, Dana Karellia, Bill Weber, Tim Hurley, Brad Ulrich. Len Greenberg, Row 3: John Watson, Tom Turschman, Lance V Freshman teams demonstrated great potential Len Greengerg shoots for two. Freshman "B" player Mike Sronkoski tries to get past a Palatine Pirate. BASKETBALL 157 Varsity Bottom Row: F. Gaines, L. Fernandez, V. Avigliano: Top Row: E. Brennan, D. Stenoin, D. Swenson, D. Walter, N. Hey! Elk Gro The 1969-70 Gymnastic Season was one of great accomplishments. The varsity gymnasts finished with a 7-2 record, giving them third in the Mid- Suburban League's dual meet season. Added to this impressive record was a first in the district meet and second in conference. It was a season of hard work, but the hard work certainly paid off. For the first time in Elk Grove's history, a gymnastic team went far and was justly rewarded. The crowded gym was always an encouragement to the boys on the team, and this encouragement gave them what they needed to win. Also, 1970 was the first year that Elk Grove hosted a district gymnastics meet. One big reason for the success of this year's gymnastic team was the boys on the varsity squad. Elk Grove's all-around man was Benny Fernandez. This meant that he competed in every event except the tramp. The free exercise mat was dominated by Dale Walter and Dukey Brennan. They both com- bined tumbling with free flowing movements to give excellent performances. On the side horse, Wayne Olson and Dave Sakata were the top performers. Landy Fernandez and Dave Swensen were the best on the high bar. Charlie Hadley, Dan Stenoin, and Landy Fernandez were the regulars on the parallel bars. Bill Helbig, Al Mitsos, and Neil Dorsey were the trampoline experts. Every minute they were in, the air was filled with suspense. Finally, on the rings were Jack Malmedahl, Landy Fernandez, and Benny Fernandez. All three of these boys brought many honors to Elk Grove for their fine work on a difficult piece of equipment. Looking back, this 69-70 season was the year of the winner. 158 GYMNASTICS Dorsey, B. Helbig, A. Mitsos, J. Malmedahl, W. Olson, D Sakata, B. Fernandez. ve had a Winner Dale Walter executes the splits during his floor exercise routine. Frosh-Soph Bottom Row: S. Walther, E. VanBerkum, S. Tor gersen, D. O'Hearn, B. Camphouse, C. Born, T. Gleason, D Pugliese, L. Benavidez, K. McMahon, Row 2: S. Rohn, J. La Susa, J. Guastadisegni, T. Lazarra, M. Zweifer, L. Grahm, D. Khoshaba, W. Watts, J. Tews, J. Stephan: Row 3: J. Dar ville, D. Beal, A. Bowlds, R. Williams, W. Krueger, J. Camp- bell, B. Gilmore, J. Summers, C. Hippensteel. J. Raffelson, B. Johnson, Top Row: R. Tomaselli, M. Damore, R. Siemianowski, S. Chapple, M. Mydill, E. Camodeca, B. Abata, T. Rizzo, K. Bowers, V. Avigliano, T. Hun, S. Eckert, J. Adreon. Frosh-Soph gymnasts had a Winning season On the still rings, Sophomore John LaSusa holds an 160 GYMNASTS Jeff Tews swings into a series of giants on the high bar. Varsity Bottom Row: B. Glejf, G. Berto, B. Kasallis, J. Froysland, J. Digangig Top Row: Coach Lovelace, P. Morris, M. Mc- Cormick, K. Siebold, R. Kotal, B. Evans, J. Ancona. EG wrestlers demonstrated skill and agility There was much optimism at the beginning of the wrestling season: but because of injuries and lack of depth in the upper weights, the grapplers fin- ished with a losing season. "We were only outof two meets all year long," said Coach Lovelace. The losses were not indicative of the scores. The forfeit at heavyweight cost the team four dual meets. But the season was not completely bleak. Jerry Ancona, winner of the Grant and Ridgewood Invitationals, finished with a 22-2 record and 2nd in Districts. Jerry, also conference champ, set a new school record for the most pins. Craig Mann finished as all-conference at 107. Junior Ken Siebold finished the season slightly above 5.00. Dennis Byrne finished 4th in conference and districts. Joe Digangi climaxed the season by finishing 3rd in Districts. Jeff Froys- land's season came to an end with a 14-2-1 record. Jeff was first in conference and 3rd in Districts at 145. Junior Bob Webb's honors included being 155 champion in the Grant Invitational. The JV team, coached by Mr. Coleman, finished the season with a 4-5 conference record. The Soph team under the leadership of Mr. DeBolt finished 1-8 in conference competition. The Freshmen probably had the strong- est balance of any team. Mr. Farroh's Frosh fin- ished 3rd in the conference competition and should provide the varsity with some assistance. JV Bottom Row: David Byrne, Marc Crane, Kevin Byrne, Ron Vylasak, Dan Swanson, Dennis Byrne, Dan Digangi. Missing: Dale Pankow. M J xl . . N - - One hundred sixtyetive pounder B111 Ka- sallis questions the ref on a possible pin. Grove's undefeated ninety-eight Jerry Ancona cradles his opponent for a pin. Coaches pose with wrestlers Jerry Ancona and Bob "Spider" Webb, first place winners at Grant tourney. 951 ns 15, 162 WRESTLING mmf 14,-,., -. - . X Ni Elk Grove Grenadier Jeff Froysland, one forty-five pound Confer- ence champ, goes for a cross-face cradle against an opponent. EG wrestler Joe Digangi rides his opponent with a cross-face. A , W. .1 1 . Sophomore Bottom Row: B. Moeller, J. Froysland, R. Harp, B. Cliver, K. Michaels: Top Row: D. Pankow, D. Thompson, T. Evans, Coach DeBolt, M. Sutter, D. Pluemer, R. Pytlarz. Frosh wrestlers had a 10-3 record Freshman Bottom Row: T. Bush, T. Evans, L. Groves, J. Lundeen, V, Wintz, T. Chassey, J. Steinbockg Top Row: B. Gilbert. B- Meyer. P. Egesdale. T- Eugenis. J- Lange, Manager Walser, L. White, M. Butirro, L. Vittal, J. Martin. Missing: M. Sutter, Coach Farrohg Row 2: D. Mincey, D. Driver, G. V,MgC01-mick, T 1 1" . V if 1 'X V 5 Q fr xf .fjll of t 1 1 4 uf' 3 , Aff WRESTLING 163 px 5 ' fl it Varsity Bottom Row: M. Kinn, C. Schlak, B. Pursell, D. Tolerg Barden: Top Row: Manager J. Fylpaa, R. JBCOIJSOH, M-BaCh11S. Row 2: S. Martin, M. Callahan, P. Massey, B. Leibrock, D. S. Huebner, P. Dunning, Coach Pardun. EG's swimmers placed third in conference This year was one of firsts for EG's varsity swim team. It began in the spring of '68-'69 when the team was able to use Lively pool for practice and meets. In the fall of '69-'70, swimming gained full recognition as a conference sport for the first time. In December, '69, the Tankers held the first of nine home meets. More firsts were hosting the first Annual MSL Swimming and Diving Champion- ship Meet and closing the season with a 7-7 record. Sophomores Top Row: M. Kinsella, J. Marion, M. Ojuma, T. Gurnik, B. Gore, D. Rookg Row 2: D. Kugelberg, R. Erskine, R. Martinck, J. Bartosiack, B. Mayyou, L. Clarizio, D. Turner, Accomplishments also colored the year. The varsi- ty team, including two freshmen, Lou Clarizio and Rich Martinck, broke 8 of 11 existing school records in both the 50 and 100 yard freestyle. Cliff Schlak broke records in the 200 and 400 yard freestyle, and Dave Toler set records in the 200 yard backstroke. Pat Dunning broke the school record in diving by scoring 212.6. The varsity team, though still young, is looking toward the future. R. Kelley: Bottom Row: Manager Mike Norman, R. Miller, T. Gander, A. Mavialiano, R. Jacobson, D. Baete, T. Broderick, T. Ziffra, G. Todd, G. Pratscher, Coach Christmas. 164 SWIMMING X Q 514 2531" it f'1'w4FJ"iF"- 1' ' ' - fI'Qf'ii?Y7f3f?'-'lififfjjg' www M.-f iz JY W. if The Grenadier diving team: Pat Dunning, Tom Broderick, and Scott Martin. Diver Pat Dunning executes a one-and-a-half. .mt Tanker Dave Toler slices through the water. Freshman swimmer Mark Okuma nears the finish line for a Gren victory. Top swimmers Bob Jacobson and Mike Bachus shoot forward from starting block for conference victory. SWIMMING 165 I 1 g 1 X h 5 -. t fi' ill-UF . V 'x N X A C Varsity Bottom Row: Terry Somers, Mike Michela, Al Bensen, Digangi, John Boyle, Jim Idstein, Greg Dziem, Jim Romano: Rick Quaglia, Cary Cheytte, George Kanigan: Row 2: Mgr. Top Row: Coach Bader, Coach Brewer, Pete Hartmann, Bill Mike Nolan, Jim Ottinger, Tom Baumstark, Bill Buchholz, Tews, Tom Workington, Coach Wollard, Coach Wendler Pat Dunning, Mark Lichter, Mgr. Duncan Turner: Row 3: Dan Trackrnen practiced hard for their meets Elk Grove S6f1i0l' Bill Tews Dl1fS the Shot- EG's Mark Lichter races against a Palatine trackman. ' Q 'H 1--X 166 TRACK I 1 H. BRDV5 . A ' wnnuvz S H Sophomores Bottom Row: Jeff Dziubla, Tom Ziffra, Tom Pati- nella, Larry Cyrier, Dave Doss, Row 2: Rich Malcolm, Frank Taucher, Kevin Jauson, Jim Leopardo, Carl Delia: Top Row: Elk Grove High School's Athletic Department included three track teams: freshman, sophomore, and varsity. These teams put forth endless hours of hard work and practice after school as well as during spring vacation. According to some varsity trackmen, the 1970 Freshmen Bottom Row: E. Connelly, S. Busse, D. Jensen, B. Powell, R. Ramakis, V. McCormick, P. Egesdal, R. Schultz, B. Misura: Row 2: G. Koelbel, J. Martin, L. DeBenny, J. Camp- bell, R. Klaman, D. Marshall, T. Boggs, C. Bassfordg Row 3: :mu , EL , f 1 Mgr. Duncan Turner, Kurt Karaffa, Mike Bachus, Warren Jacobsen, Fred Klink. track season proved to be a growing year. The soph- omore team was a superior one. Outstanding mem- ber was sophomore Frank Taucher. Frank broke many records on the sophomore team that had been set by varsity members in previous years. Every- one at E.G. was very proud of his track team. P. Mavigliano, M. Bogart, L. Benavidez, J. Costello, P. Alesi, J. Gilbert, N. Masterson, M. Emmerg Top Row: G. Wishon, D. Pekarek, G. Todd, D. Archibald, B. Czarnecki, D. Mincey, D. Baete. D. Buehler, B. Kruger TRACK 167 Varsity Bottom Row: Steve Maresso, Ken Siebold, Chris Lesniak, Ron Fink, Al Lenandowskig Top Row: Kurt Hunciker, Manager: Jeff Kob, Mark Hopkins, Dave Griffith, Craig Mc Pherson, Pat Massey, Coach Rundquist :lx-., , 4 sf , K New nets perked up tennis courts and spirit Frosh-Soph Bottom Row: Kris Borgias, Paul Wingert, Craig Pavlik, Scott Holste, Mike Kinn, Len Greenberg, Randy Kob, Mike Semple, Chris Born: Top Row: Kurt Hunciker, Manager: 168 TENNIS Bill Weber, Joe Kirby, Jim Siebold, Rich Hanrahan, Tom Gurnack, Mark Greenberg, Jacobson, Chuck Coach Peterson 1 .1Q., f Q' i 'b ' ' , ' 4 ' . . A . e B' t l mr-6 it EW'-9 81119 'qw M V EM ' 81145 9 U' Q am, f is 5, , , f . ' if t , -dd . lun' vid' S ,U Rf' lil Q.. , 'X Q1 11.91 p any 61119 gdb g1l1'5""" 3111 elf .e,y 2 6 K ii -L, 'qi '-1 -in jk' l hw? 1 C Plfbm 1:19 ,, - F5 - Varsity Bottom Row: D. Myhre, T. Claes, K. Chesney, D. Noga, G. Sakata, S. Clinton, Top Row: L. Wolanski, N. Adams Mitsouke, B. Browning, J. Digiovanni, G. Bailey: Row 2: R. G. Zielinski, S. Pruitt, M. Losch, R. Spassey, S. Scholten, G Aiello, G. Peterson, B. Thulin, D. Ristau, D. Hilderbrand, N. Proehl, Coach Peddy V 't h d t th f t ' ' Left fielder Doug Mitsouka tries his luck up at the plate. Mike Losch, star shortstop, prepares to stop batter's ball. i 5 170 BASEBALL f' sy .NN Varsity: Bob DeHaven, John Rindell, Jim Cooney, Kurt Hedjuk, John Fylpaa, Marius Kesler, Mr. Reat, Missing: Larry Nelson EG golfers teed off to a new season Frosh-Soph Bottom Row: D. Rook, T. West, J. Peterson, M. gott, M. Gander, K. Moore, J. Gander, O. Evans, M. Peters, J. Zwieffer, B. Joy, E. Woollard, B. Luchinski, Lafayette, B. Anderson,P,Sullivan Hayhurst: Top Row: J. Schoen, P. Erskine, J. Brown, G. Alter- 1 K .7 . L r Q if B5 J 1 2 GOLF Wrestlettes Sharon Morris, Linda Walser, Claudia Novak, Kathy Wajerski, Gloria Gragnani, Jean Harregot, Wrestlettes 8z Flashers aided their teams Flashers Bottom Row: Shelly Brennan, Pam Metcalf, Dennise Derby, Debby Berthold, Kathy Severnsg Top Row: Terry Morris, Lori Squasoni, Debbie Rolfe, Ruth Wiard, Laura Conter. we, lim vw' C79 Fri' RI 4 9 5 e ,, I rv 4. f , '4 ,f KS' 4' 1-1 . WRESTLETTES, FLASHERS 173 1 EGHS Pom-pon Squad Bottom Row: L. Abernathy, L. Durning, K. Sealy, N. Lunak, K. Fecenko, R. Reinking, B. Baseltq Top Row: Prislinger, L. Austin, G. Jackson, B. Kuhn, M. LaMont, B. G. Gahalla, J. Puninske, S. Teele, K. Hauser, P. Paleczny, K. Meiser: Row 2: E. Lowry, C. Ellery, J. Weadley, C. King, K. Flerlage, D. Famer, T. Morris, S. Bernard. Pom-pon 8a Lettermen triggered involvement Letterrnerfs Club Bottom lioyvzr Dennis Meyer, Jerry Ancona, Scott. Rand, Mike Nolan, Top Row: Larry Nelson, Pat Massey, Mike Callahan, Bi11He1bigfJohn Fylpaa. XJ 17-I POM-PON SQUAD. LET'l'liRMEX'S CLUB Au W LIIWA 5 VMI' Senior Leaders Bottom Row: S. Jung. J, Schillinger, M. Gie- ringer, L. Durning, C. Hauser, L. Abernathy, S. Dean, D. Ol- son, D. Sronkoski, Row 2: K. Pekarek, B. Kuhn, D. Cliver, A. Weir. K. Severns, D. Rasmussen, M. Brennan, Miss Mathews: Row 3: J. Nardi, D. Khoshaba, J. Retzke, S. Konishi, G. Grag- Junior Leaders Bottom Row: L. Heinemann, V. Justinick, K. Jeffries, S. Shaw, P. Hendricks, K. Winzer, L. Teslikg Row 2: S. Grover, D. Austin, G. Jackson, M. Hischke, K. Shea, S. Fan- slow, Miss Mathews: Row 3: P. Sprenger, K. Prislinger, B. Bassford, B. Cantrell, K. Geisler, L. Blandford, D. Wilson, nani, C. Ellery, J. Funk, D. Norfolk, M. Gutierrez, Row 4: K. Peterson, C. Reed, K. Gardynski, S. Ingersoll, J. Weadley, S. Gentner, S. Condon, C. Fecenkog Top Row: C. Stingley, T. Morris, A. Tobin, L. Holmes, L. Johnson, S. Gosse, A. Stein- bock, L. Hansen, C. Brinkman. B. Smith, Row 4: D. Workman, S. McCormick, P. Gibisch, L. Squassoni, B. Wesche, V. Larson, D. Luzietti, Top Row: J. Springer, D. Farner, K. Hauser, A. Sittig, C. Clark, D. Grun- inger, K. VanBerkum, C. Pyde. '17 r v YN , eiei f' L . . .... ,Q .N H gg. 1 l ii 1 fi . 1 4 fa A X X , , gi... Y K LEADERS l 'J i r ,, I ! E L' KJ Bottom Row: Pam Green, Val Clyde, Peggy Olson, Denise Augustine: Top Row: Carol Maier, Joni Sprenger, Wendy Bei-ns, Sue Swanson, Cheerleaders and Orchesis encouraged spirit Bottom Row: Devota Austin, Diane Rasmussen: Row 2: Kim VanBerkum, Ann Tobin, Kathy Shea, Debbie Khoshabag Top Row: Linda Teslik, Debbie Olson. 176 CHEERLEADERS by-w Bottom Row: Jeri McGregor, Gail Ristau, Maria Ciulla: Row 2: Sue Jackson, Joan Mitnick: Row 3: Sue McCormick, Liz Bicego: Top Row: Lesley Schwartz. Bottom Row: Diane Stefanos, Cheryl Rizzo, Sandy Dukewich, Quincey Lowing, Kathy Meyer, Colleen Bateman: Row 2: Lynn Leopardo, Cheri Gould, Debbie Sciortino, Lynn Evans, Sue Schlamp, Pam Krull, Jackie Ehlebracht: Row 3: Elaine Texi- dor, Candy McCaffery, Camille Paraino, Chris Heimos, Bon- ! i SI I E . . 7 U We are the Grerzadiers! This is one of the many cheers led by Elk Grove's 1969-1970 cheer- leaders. Throughout the year, three enthusiastic and vivacious squads attended sports events and took an active part in such things as Homecoming, the Fun Nights, ticket sales, and publicity for school activi- ties. Under the direction of Mrs. Kathleen Forester, the girls established well-organized and successful cheerleading squads. As in years before, the cheer- leaders had the added responsibility of organizing and presenting pep assemblies during which such highlights as ridiculously funny pep skits, spirit- building talks given by both team captains and coaches, and cheers entertained the students. Spirited Orchesis also has given Elk Grove's talented girls the opportunity to express themselves through dance and taught them to incorporate ideas with those of others. Mrs. Walker is the Sponsor, Sandra Dukewich, President: Quincey Lowing, Vice- President: Cheryl Rizzo, Secretary: Kathy Meyer, Treasurer, and Dawn Nitschneider, Historian. The girls must be at least a sophomore: maintain a "C" average: and, of course, be talented in the art of dance. During the year the girls choreographed, taught, and perfected dances which they used. They also raised money by having various sales, such as taffy apples and carnations for St. Patrick's Day, and putting on their annual show. Members participated in Homecoming and visited other schools where they performed for the enjoyment of the audience. nie Popp, Chris Rabattini, Karen Walsh: Row 4: Pam Metcalf, Amy Klopp, Gail Ivans, Laura Conter, Maureen Dresh, Lynn Zygowicz, Jan Hurley: Top Row: Carol Ilseman, Jan Peterson, Lisa Caine, Pam Connelly, Shawnee Krueger, Karen O'Leary, Judy Culver, Janet Stowell. . w YQ? X , 0RCHESlb 177 i 5 I i r l K 1 3 X 5 r 3 3 r l 1 l Q 5 5 5 if E 3 s X l 5 ,e 5 5 A ! ,L ,A 3 Qi A fl, ,L I E 7 3, T Q in? G L "Cherish" was the word used to describe the Elk Grove Junior-Senior Prom, which took place on the evening of May 23, 1969. The Junior class spon- sored our school's third annual spring formal. As the couples entered the ballroom of the Chevy Chase Country Club, they were received by the honored guests, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Haskell, Mr. and Mrs. Righter Farris, Mr. and Mrs. Donald Fyfe, and Mr. E The highlight of the evening was the crowning P of King Chris Gruber and Queen Cindy Andre. Barb Darge, Torn Klemens, Jacque Rohrs, Pat Texidor, Nancy Whiting, Bill Martin, Jodi Knudson, and Tom Neri were the members of their court. The pink and white heart, which silhouetted the king and queen and their court, set the mood for the coronation. Henry Butell and his orchestra played the soft, flowing music for the formal. This night now is a part of the treasured mem ories we will "Cherish" forever deep in our hearts. li I and Mrs. Charles Aldrich. I Couples prepare to enter the Chevy Chase Country Cl -fy-M-. N- , X , 3 " 1 2'- 725' fi . V. i-711. fl," , , ,IV iiii King and Queen, Chris Gruber and Cindy Andre, watch the evening's festivities. 1 180 PROM V . Sk' 'I'- Young cou King Chris Gruber and Queen Cir I J 4 1 ii ,qi 3 the 1969 JUI1i01'-S9Ili0r PIOIH. "ChBfiSh-" Ray Davidson, Ron Murray, Frank Filskov and their dates dance to the music. "Cherish" memories of '69 Prom reign with their court: Tom Klemens, Barb Darge, Jacque Rohrs, her date, Bill Martin, Nancy Whiting, Jodi Knudson, Tom Neri. PROM 181 , 1,9-W" Chaos abounds in the harmonious atmosphere of graduation. The second commencement of Elk Grove High School took place on Thursday, June 12, in the gymnasium at 8:00 P.M. The gym was filled to capacity as the class of 1969 made their final appearance as Grenadiers. The graduates marched in to the triumphal march from Aida. The ceremony began with the invo- cation by the Rev. Mr. David D. Crail, followed by selections by the Elk Grove High School Choir. Dr. Robert E. Lahti, President, Wm. Rainey Harper Jr. Col- lege, gave the address to the class. He was introduced by Tom Neri, president of the class of 1969. Mr. Robert Haskell, principal, introduced the class of 1969. Mrs. Leah D. Cummins gave the response. Mrs. Leah Cummins, Secretary, Board of Education, and Dr. Robert G. Weber, Assistant Superintendent, High School District 214, presented the diplo- mas to the four hundred and twelve mem- bers of the graduating class. National Honor Society members were distin- guished by gold tassels, while the re- mainder of the class wore green and gold. Honored students were valedictorians Silvio Camodeca and Kathleen Spas and salutatorians Barbara Darge and Deborah Spector. The alumni of Elk Grove High School then exited to the recessional, "Pomp and Circumstancef' Elk Grove boasted two of each Grenadier graduates enthusiastically applaud Dr. Lahti, President, Harper Jr. College, at the conclusion of his speech. 182 GRADUATION Elk Grove's two valedictorians, Silvio Camodeca and Kathy Spas, receive their diplomas from Mr. Haskell and Dr. Weber. Marshalls Denny Rambo and Ron Fink, members of the Junior class, assist graduates in their final appearance as Grenadiers. 2-QF' --agen-2 ' ,YAI :mis 1mf1r1,s1i:4gEffi'gal ,x fm I 54, flu W., f' bo., M i risl sila s . GRADUATION 183 Queen candidate Cathy Ellery and her escort John Flesch. Sweetheart Cathy Ellery leads her regiment on to Homecoming activities. :aw 1968 Homecoming Queen Mary Shea and her escort Grenadier Ron Fink. Mary will crown her newly chosen successor. Mike Heimos presents the Queen's crown. Coronation took place on October 3, 1969, at 1 P.M. A darkened gymnas- ium set the scene for the solemn occa- sion. The moment was tense as the sergeant-major announced the regi- ment's decision. Queen Cathy Ellery was crowned by the 1968 Homecoming Queen Mary Shea as her court Denise Augustine, Lynn Leopardo, Carol Maier, and Pat Paleczny looked on. Chosen as escorts were Jim Camp- house, Ron Fink, John Flesch, Denny Rambo, and Bill Tews. Freshman pages were Anjenette Serges and Gary Lundeen. HOMECOMING 185 ! 1 s f is Q51 1 f ', ff 1 ,, VWVKA . - 56? r V N I ik K 4 ,, -a , ' li..I- ' X ff . ., , U I , .. 6 W J 3 VA A 3 4' ,,,, f '- ' , Q1 J,,. . - f-"'.fhg sf- NG, 'hw W 5' Q52-,iss ,ij .3 1 ws., ' .s . .V L i-,mg ,.. Pi' M- '- , , .W ..,3'x K, , , ,dl-I , I Gy- 1 S 5 If Modern Music Masters show enthusiasm during activities. 1,5 X i v .M -we "V Qi, A W' W' 'E "W- s..'J2:.i-nw.. '1 'W V' .3 we W if M Wk.-"' L2 sis , ' i 3 a Qsi M f Q I I wg'-' The spirit of '70 is represented in the Homecoming parade. C Parade Sz mlxer Queen Cathy Ellery and her court, Carol Maier, Lynn Leopardo, Pat Paleczny, and Denise Augustine. reign over the festivities. 186 HOMECOMING gm- Grenadiers enjoy themselves at 1969 student Homecoming mixer. A festive parade, in which many of Elk Grove's clubs and organizations were represented, began the Homecoming weekend. The Queen's float, decorated cars, and performances by the Pom-Pon squad, Leaders, Orchesis, and the band were highlights of the parade. Following the parade was a bonfire and mixer. The evening's fun started when Homecoming Queen Cathy Ellery lighted the huge bon- fire. Then the cheerleaders shouted their cheers and the sen- iors performed a skit to arouse spirit for the next day's game. Students proceeded into the gym to dance and be entertained by the music of "Charisma," Many alumni were seen joining the stu- dents at the celebration. brought involvement in Homecoming activities Bonnie Dahl and Marge Liotine listen to the "Charisma." Dan Dumelle and Carol Greathouse during the mixer. HOMECOMING 187 Don Voight plays "down to earth" while tackling a Viking. Saturday of Homecoming weekend was a day packed with excitement, challenges, and thrills for all present. The Homecoming games, which were played against Fremd, resulted in several victories for Elk Grove. La Fete was a memo- rable display of the fun and pageantry which make up Homecoming weekend. Our Junior Varsity football team, the sopho- more team, and both freshman teams began the day with victories. Down by thirteen points in the last quarter, our Varsity team scored a touchdown in the closing minutes. We regained possession of the ball and had another opportun- ity to score. Unfortunately, the most exciting game of the season ended in a disappointment for Elk Grove. Between the games, Queen Cathy Ellery and her court were presented. Then the crowd was treated to performances by the band, Or- chesis, and the Pom-Pon squad. La Fete, the annual semi-formal dance, which was sponsored by the Letterman's club, began at 8:00. Couples sat at candlelit tables, talked with fellow students and alumni, and danced to the music of the "Velvet Glove." Memories of the dance and the game are sure to linger in the hearts of all true Grenadiers. On field and dance floor, Grenadiers showed Homecoming spirit and enthusiasm JV quarterback, Neal Noga, tries to spot open receiver. Lynn, Denise, Queen Cathy, Carol, and Pat are 188 HOMECOMING 3 - . L ,ff v', Dave Ristau and Wendy Berng enjgy the dance, Queen Cathy Ellery and John Flesch dance the Queen's dance. Presented at the Varsity game- Alumni Bob Texidor, Eric Dawson, and dates enjoy La Fete. HOMECOMING 189 190 The Skin Of Our Teeth Director ........ Technical Director Assistant Director . . . . Assistant Director Stage Manager . . . Costume Crew Chr. . . Prop Crew Chr. . . Mr. Antrobus . . . Mrs. Antrobus . . Gladys ..... Henry ..... Sabina ...... Fortune teller . . . Dinosaur ..... Mammoth .... Telegraph boy . . . . Mr. Scott Lebin Mr. Ronald Raben . Mrs. Dianne Anderson Cast . Jan Peterson . Tom Hatzold . . Sue Ingersoll Diane Neubert . . Cliff Albert . . Kathy Gianaris . . Mary Campbell Scott Martin Cindy Moran Bonnie Popp . Kim Simon . Peggy Faracy . Dave Reily Fall play symbolized man s hopes Sz dreams Mr. Antrobus reacts violently to his daughter's shocking red stockings as his sensible wife and seductive girlfriend watch .....? 'N-.A .QM - FALL PLAY LL A , ,J- Mr. Antrobus and the conventioneers wait while the director pleads with Miss Somerset to continue acting in the play. Mr. Antrobus presents his invention, the wheel, to mankind. The fortune teller predicts the future of the Antrobuses. F 9 1 'Wu FALL PLAY 191 The continuity cast waits to begin presenting their skits and jokes. The 1969-70 Variety Show, November 21-23, was nothing less than great. The first three-night show in EGHS history sold out Friday and Saturday nights, and Sunday af- ternoon was almost sold out. The show was again ably directed by Mr. Ronald Raben, this time with the help of student directors Sue Ingersoll and Wayne Mikos. Laura Conter, Debbie Khoshaba, Gabri- elle Powers, and many others shone in their performances. These outstanding singers, dancers, and musicians comprised the talent part of the show. The continuity cast, Bob Vokoun, Kathy Tansey, Nancy Long, Linda Guastaferri, Tom Fox, and Jim Dean, did varied bits of humor. A soap opera, door signs, and quickies were all part of the entertainment. Another highlight of the show was the older entertainers, who were very funny and talented. They were Mr. Prendergast, Miss Anderson, Mr. Aldrich, Miss Loufek, Miss Edwards, and Mr. David. It's a fine life. . .or you are what you eat Tom Fox punches out another one of his hilarious jokes. Graceful Cathy Meyer is supported by Randy Gruber. 192 VARIETY SHOW Faculty members, Mrs. Anderson and Mr. Prendergast, sing a folk ballad. 51.14 Gabrielle, Karen 8: Linda show keyboard talent. A frightened Bob Vokoun is besieged by nine dancing beauties who sing "Hey, big spender . , .spend a little time with me." W, . s-.....- r 59.1 Q W t. ,Ke ff KX VARIETY SHOW 193 H. . p, p and Away. . ." In the Would-Land of Weir On March 28 and 29, 1969 Orchesis, under the direction of Mrs. Lorie Walker, presented In the Would-Land of Weir. The production was set in a dreamworld. Use of wildly colored lights appropriately carried out the theme, which concerned the hopes and expectations of an adolescent female. In her youth the girl played with dolls and was awed by the sights and sounds of a circus. As time progressed she maturedg her toys were discarded, and in their place grew an interest in adventure-travel to foreign lands. Her first attempt at finding true love was unsuccessful. She was disillusioned by the charms of her male friend. Eventually she met the perfect gentle- man and finally realized that "Love is a Many Splendored Thing." An added attraction that highlighted the show was the rhythmic per- formance of the Adagio members. "Taurus," a selection performed partially to poetry is illustrated by dancers Dee Dee Jorjovec and Vicki Jans. It depicts man in the big city and the strife he encounters. 194 ORCHESIS SHOW Cindy Andre and Cheri Guanci dance to the merriment of "The Circus." Pam Metcalf, Mary Campbell, Pat This performance represents frivolous childhood memories. Ecklund and Chris Heimos dance if Barb Michaels and Chris Rabittini perform a mood dance to "Eleanor Rigby." This dance depicts inner frustrations, death, despair, and loneliness. "Bar Room Boggief' Dave Ernst and Cindy Andre dance to "Came1ot." ORCHESIS SHOW 195 Smiling couples walk down the pathway toward an evening of fun and fantasy. Time: 8:00, Jan. 2, 1970 Place: the gaily decorated EGHS gym The scene was set for ro- mance and excitement as the winter ball, "Frosted Fantasy," began. During the evening, the students gathered in groups to talk or strolled with their dates. They admired the gym which had been transformed into a sparkling, shimmering winter wonderland. The excitement of the eve- ning reached its peak when Don- na Sronkoski was chosen as the queen. Annette Serges, Karen Prislinger, Maureen Drysch, and Sue Swanson were selected as princesses. The Queen's Dance, which began with Donna and her date, soon included al- most the entire crowd. Later, as the band played its last song, "Shangrila," everyone took a last look at a ball which was indeed a i'Frosted Fantasy." The "Frosted Fantasy" set hearts aglow Queen Donna and class princesses Maureen, Karen, Sue, and Annette smile warmly at their subjects at the "Frosted Fantasy." 196 WINTER BALL Production Staff Director ........ ..... S cott Lebin Technical Director . . .... Ronald Raben Assistant Director . . . . . Dianne Anderson Student Director . . ...... Kim Simon Stage Manager . . . . Tom Hatzold Cast First Man . . . . . . Dean Bastounes Second Man . . . . . . Jeff McKelvey Third Man . . . . . Doug Leland Fourth Man . . . . . Scott Martin Fifth Man .... . . . Steve Jarvis First Woman . . . . . Mary Campbell Second Woman . . . . . Jan Peterson Third Woman . . . . . Terry Rauner Fourth Woman . . . . . Judy Retzke A Thurber Carnival, this year's selection for the winter play, was a series of short plays performed by nine actors and actresses. The seventeen scenes included one-liners, pen and ink sketches, fables, fantasies, and short stories. "Laugh-In," a popular television show, is a take-off of this Thurber pro- duction. A Thurber Carnival was directed by faculty director Mr. Lebin and student director Kim Simon. Accompanist Jeri DeCarlo provided the music on an organ supplied by Lyon-Healy, Randhurst. JeffMcKelvey as the second man in "Take Her Up Tenderly": Quoth the Raven, "No more War!" 198 WINTER PLAY "The Unicorn in the Garden": "Here Unicorn And he pulled up a lily and gave it to him. The unicorn ate it ,ga- 1 l rx fl Lkk- 'AYOUI' Wife iS 35 Crazy as a jay bird-H "God knows it's simple. I don't want any copies of my book A Thurber Carnival came to Elk Grove In the scene "The Secret Life of Walter Mitty": "Dr. Mitty, you must take over . . "O.K. If I must!" P' EG Presented The Streets of New York by Dion Boucicault Director ........ Assistant Director . Musical Assistant . . Cast: Gideon Bloodgood . . . . . Badger ......... Mark Livingstone . . Lucy Fairweather . . Alida Bloodgood . . . Captain Fairweather Bridget ........ Kathleen . . . Mr. Puffy . . . Mrs. Puffy .... Mrs. Fairweather . . Moira .......... ......... Mr. Scott Lebin . . . Stephanie Faracy . Nadine Curtis . . . Scott Rand Dean Bastounes . . Wayne Mikos . . Cindy Moran Debbie Koshaba . . .... John McGill . . Cindy Andre . Lynn Chuipek . . . Cliff Albert . . Sandy Rode Nancy Pedersen Mary Campbell Lucy Fairweather promises Mark, "I am your devoted . . . I 'I I 1351 , I I ili is . . now, I have no right to feel anything but grateful." friend." Bloodgood-"You lie! When I searched for the receipt, il I l t if , i t 4.5236 S I., mr., X' A V , , . . I l A . I Q 1 L 0 Y F-1 A I. we die 200 SPRING PLAY Y - c. , N s Q 1 K ffl t. 5 , E gm lr, .L guy' 1 " f-il? au, , , gh 4: 1, . W2 'L" mfr.. L - 4 5 . Q .5 3 ' ' ' ' A 3 vw I1 s , Q L ' Q l i 3501 f 3 'x . . A f s s A - ,- ,Mr .fv . ' ' Q14 . l ff- Q fr' 4 y Q y 4 ?i?f1fx?fE l , A V. ,, ' ' L I H fi :fs ,y l A- i I , U Q W N, In ,.,,v .5'., i Q 5. ai it gi q if It 1, ,I 3 3 . gi? 9 N 5 ,m.k s , lb 4 , . s " if V ,, ,u . " 4 ijt' gi K 5, 'X 4... 4 " 4 1' ,rf 5 5 if by 5 f is Q . 4- kkk. kk 31 A Bridesmaids-"Sw0oning in our bouncing flounces, every one of us announces, sweet Alida's joy we share." I cou1dn't find it." Badger-"The clerk foun' it first!" ff fx, hx 5,4 . as f, f, VR . "' r .x .f ' Q ' 1 ui, Y fl "Na . Q A 9 -ff A S Olio cast sings, "By the sea, by the sea, by the beautiful sea, you and I, you and I, oh, how happy we'll be. When each wave comes a rollin' in, we'll duck or swim." SPRING PLAY 201 N V Sholom Aleichem is the pen name of one of the most beloved Jewish folk story writers. He wrote stories de- picting the warmth, the humor, and the sorrow of the Jews. The World of Sholom Aleichem, adapted by Arnold Perl, consists of three stories in three separate acts. ,The contest play presented the first two acts, winning second place in both district and sectional competition and going to state finals. story, "The The first Tale of Chelmf' told the tale of some foolish, gullible peas- ants. The second story, "Bont- che Schweigf' depicted a very old, humble, poverty-stricken man who died and went to heaven without speaking a word against God or man. 'if l "Look at those diamonds!" gasp the angels as they gaze at Bontche Schweig's crown The World ofSh0lem Aleichem, took second place in sectional competition Prosecuting Angel Dave Reily maliciously addresses the angels with, "Angels in Heaven . . . his father was a drunk." 'SX CONTEST PLAY 203 Elk Grove Alma Mater Elk Grove Hlgh School you are my school Let me slng your pralse For the memorles how I cher1sh these today How they llnger and grow As through the years of Work and pleasure Frlendshlps here beyond measure Grenadlers through our Joys and tears we ll be By the forest decked 1n all 1ts splendor Halls of learnlng hearts are yearmng As We thlnk of you For Elk Grove H1gh School you are my school Let me slng your pralse For the memorles how I cher1sh these today H yS ' , : 7 7 . . Z . . , , . . . , Day would end ere all our work was through. . 7 . 7 ' , : . 9 . . - HIT we halls of learning 206 EPILOGUE an-f YQ, ' "' k ,,,M,,,, , ,l EPILOG Grenadiers . . . we'1l be EPILOGUE 209 Bailey, Gary N. 21 190,199,200-201 210 Abata, Donald John 75 Abata, Robert 53,160 Abb, James Leo 63,132,138 Abernathy, Dave W. 53 Abernathy, Linda L. 21,91,115,117,119, 126,174,175 Abraham, Arnold J. 21,95 Abraham, Shirley A. 75 ACADEMICS 86-97 Adamczyk, Matthew A, 21 Adams, Gary Lee 75,149,156 Adams, Nicholas D. 53,155 Adreon, James Scott 75,160 Adreon, Stephen A. 21 Afryl, Glenn E, 63 Agosta, Michael D. 63 Aiardo, Linda L, 75,116 Aiello. Raymond F. 21 Albert, Beverly K. 75 Albert, Darryl F. 63.155 Albert, Clifford E. 21,113,114,132,190,191, 200-201 Albert, Nancy Lee 53 Alesi, Peter S. 75,137 Allbright, Joseph T. 53 Allbright, Kim Ann 75 Allbright, Sharon M. 63 Allison, Mark 53 Altamore, Susan 21 Altergott, Gary Lee 63 Amatore, Paula F, 75 Amatore,ToniM. 53,115 Ames, Robert S., Jr. 63,155 Ancona, Jerry A. 21,174 Andersen, Jeffrey J. 63 Anderson, Debra Jean 75,116,124,125 Anderson, Fred T. 63 Anderson, James A. 75 Anderson, Joy Jean 21 Anderson, Laura A. 115,117 Anderson, Linda D. 63,67 Andrews, Richard B, 75,156 Andrist, Lawrence D, 75 Anthony, Susan K. 75 ANTHROPOLOGY CLUB 135 Antosch, Jerry J. 75,149 Antosch, Larry M. 75,149 Antor, Ronald S, 63 Antosch, Joan F. 21 Applequist, Linda L. 53 Armato, Cheryl Anne 75 Armstrong, Beth A. 21,115,119 Armstrong. Craig L. 63 Arnold, Angela F, 55,129 Amt, Cheryl L. 21 Aronson, Marsha J. 21,129 Arsenault, Joseph C. 21,128 ART CLUB 121 Artemenko, John E. 63,151,155 Aschoff, Debbie L. 75 Ashby, Richard D. 21 ASTRONOMY CLUB 135 Augustine. Denise A. 21,112,176,184-186 Augustine, Patrick K. 63,148,155 Austin, Dan J. 21 Austin, Devota M. 53,112,126,175,176 Austin, Madeleine J. 62,63,112,174 AVIATOR CLUB 137 Azriel, Elyce K. 75,116,128 Babb, Jackie Lynn 63 Bachus, Larry P. 21,114 Bachus, Mike Wm. 63,150,164,165 Baer, Neil Paul 63 Baete, Donald J. 75,164 Baiardo, Carol Ann 53 Baikie. Donna Jean 63 Bailey, Ron 75 Baker, Beverly Mae 63 Baker. Jeanne M. 51 Baldin, Laura V. 21 Banach, Kathleen M. 75,125,126 Banach, Patricia A. 63 Barden, J. Richard 53,115,164 Barnes, Anita H. 21 Barnes, Esther D. 63 Barranco, Christpher 21 Bartle, Paula Ann 75 Bartley, Doyle D. 21 Bartlett, Patricia 53,114,132 Barton, Beverly A. 75,116 Barton. Pamela Ellen 53 Bartosiak. Joseph E. 75 Bartuce, Cheryl L, 53 Baselt, Bonnie G. 53,113,125,138,174 BASEBALL 170-171 Basile, Dennis Allen 63,151 Index BASKETBALL 152-157 Bassford, Barbara F. 63,124,126,175 Bassford, Charles H. 95,151 Bast, Pamela S, 21,130,138 Bastounes, Dean 52,53,61,116,132,146, 199,200,201 Bateman, Anthony C. 63 Bateman, Colleen T. 21,177 Bateman, Linda J, 75 Batemen, Mary Ann 22 Baudin, Scott R, 75 Baumann, Cheryl J. 75 Baumstark, Thomas M. 53,114 Bavaro, Carolyn 22 Bavaro, Frank, Jr. 75 Bavaro, Nick 75 Bavaro, Sunday A. 22 Baylen, Steven K. 63 Baysinger,Michael 75 Beach, Debra F. 63 Beahan, Jeanette K. 22 Beal, DanielE. 63,135,160 Beatty, Kathy M, 75 Beck, Christine K. 22,124 Beck, Patrick L. 63 Becker, Steven H. 22 Bedard, Craig E. 63 Behrendt, Holly Jean 75 Bellamia, Karen Jo 63 Bellis, Mary E. 75 Benavidez, Larry G. 160 Bender, Lucia Teresa 63 Benedetto, Kim S, 75 Benedetto, Lynette 63 Benjamin, John F. 75 Bennett, Richard Wm. 63 Benson, Allan, Jr. 53,146 Benson, Amy E, 75 Bentall, Scott David 63,l15,122,148 Berg, Gail Lynn 75 Bergemann, Curt A, 53 Bergemann, Karen A. 63,130 Bernard, Norah Lea 63,124,128 Bernard, Sheilah 22,113,123,174 Berndtson, Keith R. 75,149 Berns, Gail Jean 75 Berns, Wendy L. 20,22,29,176,l89 Berry. Matthew J, 53 Berthold, Debra L. 22,173 Berto, Greg P. 53 Beyer, Nancy A. 20,22,113,133 Bicego, Elizabeth A. 75,136,177 Bicego, John R. 63,148,155 Bieze, Terry W. 22,128 Bigham, Belinda J. 22 Bilhuber, Wendy E. 22,138 Blazek, Lisa Susan 75 Binkley. Steve A. 75 Bishop, Barbara L, 53 Bishop, Deborah J. 75 Bishop, Jon Robert 63 Bishop, Harold M. 75 Bitte, Lucille J. 53 Blair, Judith A. 63,136 Blandford, Linda 52,53,175 Blashaw, Stanley Jr. Blaski, Ellen M. 22 Blaski, Gary J. 63 Blass, Wendy Lou 75 Blazek, Thomas Allen 63 Blazek, Barbara Ann 22 Blazek, Lisa 125 Bleichroth, John H. 75 Blenkle,Jody Lynn 75,129,130 Bloomfield, Dorothy 75 Blue, Kathleen M. 53,94 Blume, Lorraine 53,130 Boebel, Robert O. 22 Bogard, Michael B. 75 Boggs, Stephen 53 Boggs, Thomas J. 75,151 Bogut, Debra Rae 75,136 Bollmann, Larry A. 22 Bolton, Larry Lee 63 Bolton, Marlene D. 75 Bonanata, Vincent 75 Bonnin, Ralph Louis 53 Bono. Gary Joseph 63 Bono, Vincent M. 53 Bonovich, Virginia A. 22 Bonovich, Georgia L. 63 Boomer, Patricia A. 63 Borg. Gary W. 53 Borgias, Kristofer F. 63,132,148 Born, Christopher J. 75,160 Born, Paula Mary 63 Borzewski, Gregory 75 Borzewski, Charmaine 22 Boryczka, Deborah M. 63 Bosler, Michael R. 63 Boss1et,John T. 53,114,138 Bowers, Kris J. 160 Bowlds, Andrew L. 63,160 Bowlds, Sharon L. 75 Bowman, Linda G. 53 BOX, Dan H, 53,156 Boyd, Karen Jean 75,116,125,130,136 Boyer, Charmaine 63 Boyer,JeffJ. 22,152,153 Boyle, John 53,146 Bradley, Eva C. 75 Bradley,Jeanne L, 53,119,134 Braeckeveldt,Janice 75 Bragg. Brenda K. 22 Brandner,Anita 63 Brandt, Laurence K. 75 Brandt, Mark Alan 53 Brandt, Michael J, 75 Brandt, Sue E. 75 Brannan, Michael D. 63,115 Brantner, Douglas A. 22 Brauer, Greg A, 53 Braun, Gale J. 75,116 Bregar. Carolyn 75,116,125 Brennan, Eugene E. 53 Brennan, Michelle J. 22,130,173,175 Brick, Richard 53 Brinkman,Christine 53,175 Britton, Walter D. 63 Brock, Arthur F. 63 Broderick, Thomas J. 63,164,165 Brokamp, Mary L. 75,125 Brokamp, William J. 63 Bromley, Debbie Ann 75 Caniff, Maureen E. 63,136 Cannon, Joanne C. 76 Cannizzo, Vicki L. 63 Cannizzo, Chris J, 53,138 Cannon, William A. 63,148 Cannon, Linda M. 76 Cano, Oralia 63 Cantrell, Becky A, 53,126,175 Carbine, Lola Mae 76.116 Carbonari, Mike R. 149 Cardona, Erasmo 63 Cardwell, Terry M. 23 Carlson, Greg G. 63 Carlson, Keith E. 63 Carone, G Carone, G ailJ. 23 ary R. 76 Carone, James T. 53 Carone, Robert 0. 63 Carpenter, Deborah 76 Carroll, Cecilia A. 23,112 Carroll, C harles K, 64,112 Carroll, Daniel 53 Carroll, Catherine 16,74,113 Carroll, Chris M. 23,113 Carroll, Mary A. 52,53,89 Carroll, D Carroll, T ennis J. 76 homas P. 53 Brooks. Brooks. Broten . Donald S. 75 Kathy Mary 63,125 Tom Allen 75 Brown, Bonnie R, 75 Brown, Christine R, 53 Brown, Gary S. 22 Brown Brown. ,Mary Sue 75,115 Brown, Brown, Brown ,Jack G. 75 Mark T. 75 Paul 0. 53,96,152.155 Steve A. 49,63 Browning, Robert J. 22 Brownson, Sharon L. 75,116 Browning, William L. 53,146 Broyles. Derek J. 63 Bruck, Georgiann E. 63,125 Brunn, Don F. 53 Bruno, David A. 53 Bryant. Michael E. 63 Brzycki, Norbert 23 Bnycki, Victoria A. 63 Buchholz, Sue L. 75 Buchholz, William J, 53,113,150 Buechner, John E, 63 Buehler. Donald 53 Buehler, Robert R, 75,149 Buerger, Gail M. 63 Bugarewicz,Sherrie 63 Bugay, Christine A. 75,125 Buikema, Robert K. 63,136,148 Burke, Ann M. 63 Burmeister, Dennis 53 Burns, Diana Lynn 63,116 Burtt, Kevin M. 53 Bush, Patricia Ann 53.94.130 Bush, Thomas W, 163 BUSINESS EDUCATION 127 Busse, Steven S, 75,149 Busse, Timothy A. 53 Butirro,Michael 163 Butler, Heide 75 Butler, William, Jr. 75,149 Butterfield, Dennis 23 Byrne, David B. 63,148 Byrne, Dennis M. 63,148 Byrne, Kevin P. 23,144 Cabrera, Carmen 53 Cain, Elizabeth A. 63 Caldarella, Paul J. 76,156 Caldwell, Ann E. 23,129 Callaghan, James E. 63,115,122 Callahan, Michael A, 23,174 Calva, Rose Mary 53 Camarata, Jamie J. 76 Camodeca, Emilio, Jr. 76,160 Camodeca, Laura 62,63,112,126 Campbell, John S, 76,160 Campbell, Mary 53,114,115,117,119,132, Camphouse, Robert F. 76,160 Camphouse, James R, 23,184 Campo, Shirley A. 76 Campopiano, Ronald P, 63,148 Candylis, Mike 133 Cashman. Candace L, 62,64 Cassara, Linda A. 23 Castiglione, Marie A. 23,129 Casto, Thomas A. 53 Cating, Charles E. 24,117,119 Cating, Harry J, 24,25,119 Cavanaugh, James E. 64 Cavanagh, Mike A. 24 Celin, Linda Marie 76.116 Centalla, Rick M. 76 Cerny, Alan J. 53 Cevallos,Jorge 24,123 Chapman, Scott Paul 76,132,149 Chassey. Rick 24,144 Chassey, Thomas J, 76,149,163 Check, Sandra Lee 76 CHEERLEADERS 176-177 Chen, Robert S. 64 Chepil, Pamela R. 53 Chernick, David R. 64,148,155 Chernick, Jeffrey J. 76,149 Chesney, Kevin J, 24,144 Chesny, Robert D. 64 CHESS 124 CHOIR 117 Cholewinski, Penny 53 Chrabot, James M. 64,148 Chrabot,Joseph 53,144 Christ, Alice V. 24 Christensen, Beth A, 76 Christensen, John R. 64 Christensen, Linda 76,116,136 Christensen, Lori A. 76 CHRISTMAS BALL 196-197 Chuipek, Keith A. 64,14S,155,200-201 Chyette, Cary R. 24,144 Cialabrini, Lynda P. 64 Cillo, Dawn J. 64 Cillo, Robin J. 64 Ciulla, Maria Bette 62,64,136,177 Claes, Nancy Ann 76 Claes, Thos Brian 53,146 Clapp, Kathleen M. 53 Claps, Claps, Albert J. 64 Mary 53 Clarizio, Louis 76,164 Clark, Claudia Ann 53,175 Clark, Donna M. 64 Clark, Gale A. 24 Clark, Clark, Clark. Clark. John J. 76 Linda M. 64 Loretta A. 76 Nora Lynn 53 Clark, Robert L. 24 Clarke, Timothy M. 76,133 Clary, Linda Jean 76 Clauss, Teresa L. 24 Cline, Dreama Sue 53,125,129 Clinton, Cheryl M, 76,125 Clinton, Scott W. 53,146 C liver Cliver. -Cliver, Clyde, Clyde. , Deborah V. 24,115,175 Michael C. 64 Williston H. 64,163 Theodore L, 76,136,149.156 Valerie J. 24.176 Cochrane. Richard K. 64 Cocomise, Gerry B. 64 Cocomise, James T. 64,94 Cocomise, Philip 53 Coffman, Chery1J. 76 Cohen, Michael A. 64 Cohn, Lisa Jo 76,115,116 Cohen, Steven M, 76 Coit. Coit. Cole. DanielR. 24 Donald E. 64 Debbie A. 64 Coll,KevinJ. 53 Coll,TerrenceC. 24,152 Collesi,Julie G. 53 Collesi,JillA. 76,136 COLOR GUARD 122 Cond on, Suzanne M. 24,75,126 Condylis, Michael J. 76 Coney, Elizabeth A. 64,134 Conforti, Eugene B. 64 Conforti, Maryellyn 64,130 Conley, Donald R. 64 Conn Conn Conn Conn Conn Conn elly. Edward, Jr. 76 elly, Raymond 76 elly, Pamela 53 ery.MaureenA. 24,45,116,118,141 olly, Margaret 76,125 olly, Patrick O. 53 Conter, Laura A. 53,135 Conter. Vicki L. 76 Contreras,ManuelJ. 53 Conway. James J. 64,136 CONTEST BAND 120 CONTEST PLAY 202-203 Cook, Jeffery K. 116,149 Cook, Joellen 64 Cook, Judy Jane 76 Cook, Linda J. 53,115 Cook, Sharon Lee 62,64 Cook, SherylS. 24,117 Cook, William R. 24,122 Cooney,James 53,113,114,155 Cooper, Gail S. 24 Copeland, Sandra L. 24 Copeland. Susan L. 76 Cornell, Patricia D. 64,117 Corsiglia, Louis L. 76 Cosgriff, John C. 76,149 Costello, John M. 76,149 Cote. Linda L. 64 Cotini, Phil R. 53 Cox, Cindy Ann 76,116,125,130 Cozzola, Barbara A. 76 Cozzola, Mary Ann 54 Craft .John S. 64 Crail. Carolyn M. 64,115,117 Crain. Marc Allen 64 Craw ford, Paul D. 24,128,144 Creedon, Carrie Ann 64,125,129 Creedon, Richard D. 24 CrislJ e, John C. 24 Crites. Loren Dale 76,149,156 Cromer. Richard F. 76,149 Croson, Terry L. 76 Croson, Timothy R. 76,149 CROSS COUNTRY 150-151 Crosson, Robert E. 64 Cruz, Cruz. Mariaantonieta 64.133 Patricia J. 76,116 Culver. Judy Ann 54 Cundiff, Donald J. 64 Curley, Nanci L. 54 Curri Curri er, Thomas J. 76 er. William J. 64 Curtis, Mary Pat 76,132,136 Curtis, Susan Gail 76,116 Cyrie r. Lawrence A. 64.150 Czarnecki, Alan J. 24 Czarnecki, Bernard 76,151 Czarnecki, Peter R. 24 Czerniak, Robert B. 64 Czerniak, Roger 54 Czerniak, Robin 64 Dahl, Bonnie J. 24,129,187 Dahl, Dahl. Deborah Jo 64.130 Wendy Janet 64,115 Dahm, Gregory M. 64 Dailidas, Jeff E. 54,122 Dalcerro. Jim E. 54 D Amico, Angie C. 25,138,141 Damore. Mark S. 64,160 Danca, Rita 54 Daniel, Janice A. 64 Daniel, Peter S. 54 Darbee. Linda M. 54 Darge, Linda Lee 64,115 Danville, Jack R. 64,160 Daskaloff, Susan D. 76 Davidson, Patricia A. 25,130,138 Davies,Jim R. 76 Davis Davis Davis Davis Davis D.E. . Jonathan S. 76 . Matin Robert 25,138 . Pat L. 64 , Ralph S. 25,152 . Sandra C. 76 128 DEBATE TEAM 133 Dean,James F. 25,112,113,132 Dean, Susan J. 54,112,113,175 Debenny, Louis J. III 76,149 Decarlo,Jeri 54,134,138 Decaro, Elizabeth L. 76 Deering. John M. 54,146,147 Deevey, Susan 54,122 Defotis, William G. 115,122 Dehaven, Robert M. 146,147 Delcampo, Dennis P. 54 Delia, Carl A. 64 Dellert, John R. 76 Deluca, Fran 76 Demares, Cynthia M. 64,113,132,133 Dempsey. Deana J. 54 Demuth, Jeffrey J. 25 Denbroeder, Amy J. 76 Denbroeder, John W. 64 Delude, Ralph 25 Denny, Jack C. 64 De Orio, Gregory M. 25 Depalma, Ted V. 54 Depke, Robin Lynn 64 Derby. Dennise Ann 25,125,173 Desalvo, Carmen R. 76 Desmond, John S. 54,137,146 Desmond, Joyce M. 76,116,134 Despain, Christine M. 54 Devine, Phil J. 76 Devitt, Barbara J. 76 Dewitt, Thomas R. 77 Dewitt, Renee Anne 54 Dewitte,'Kathleen M. 77 Diaferio, Frank J. 85 Diaferio, Michael J. 64 Diamond, Susan M. 77,128 Diasio, Leo A. 54 Dickens, Don E. 77 DiCosola, Josephine 25 Didier, Deborah Lee 64 Didier, Donna M. 54 Didomenico, Robert 77 Diemer, Anne S. 25 Digrazia, Mark S. 64 Digangi. Daniel 54 Digangi, Joseph A. 25,144 Digilio, Nicholas A. 64,148 Digiovanni. John F. 54,155 Digiovanni, Joseph 77.156 Dill, Kathleen M. 77 Dillavou, Wayne A. 54 Dimitroff, Denise M. 64 Dimond,Kathleen 54 Dimond, Thomas E. 25 Disilvio, Geneva R. 54 Divito, Julie Ann 26 Dodds. Robert 54,136 Doherty, Deborah L. 64 Doherty, Kathleen A. 77 Doherty. Karen A. 26 Doherty, Mike J. 64 Dolby, Kathryn A. 26,112,113,140,141 Domek, Susan J. 64 Domme. Gary R. 26 Donald, Marsha A. 26 Dorsen, Kerry J. 64 Dorsey. Neal Rich 54 Dorsey, Scott T. 149 Doss, David R. 64 Dotson, David R. 26 Douglass, M. Angelia 54,136 Douthit, Davis P. 26 DRAMA 132 Dratt, Gayle E. 77 Drelicharz, Lynn M. 64,72 Drelicharz, Pamela S. 26 Dresing, Debbie J. 64 Driscoll, Barbara J. 64 Driscoll, John A. 77 Driver, Latroy 64 Driver, William D. 149,163 Drysch, Eileen L. 65 Drysch, Maureen 54,196 Duffey, Laura J. 77 Dugo, Joseph J. 149 Duke, Barbara L. 65 Duke. Ricky 54 Dukewich. Michael J. 65 Dukewich. Sandra J. 26,177 Dumelle.Dan F. 54,144,187 Duncan, Robert D. 26,128 Duncan, Sandra R. 65,130 Dunning, Debra Ann 65 Dunning, Kathleen M. 77 Dunning, Patrick 54,146,164.165 Durning, Lynn E. 52,54,124,136,174,175 Dutson, Alan L. 65 Dutson, Tom J. 54 Dutton, William G. 65,148,155 Dwojakowski, Stephen 26 Dys, Timothy A. 65 Dziem, Gregory 54,113,150 Dziubla, Jeffrey W. 65,148 Eagan, Brule 54 Earwaker, Mary Ann 54,95 Earwaker, Sue C. 77 Eaton, Daniel Lee 65 Eckhardt, Leslie S. 26 Ecklund, Jim L. 77 Ecklund, Pat F. 26 Eckert. Scott Allen 65,112,148,160 Edwards, Dianne D. 77 Edwards, Charles D. 27 Egesda l, Paul D. 77,163 Ehlebracht, Jackie J. 54 Ehlers. Marshall J. 27 Eilrich, Jennifer L. 27 Eitzenhoefer, Vicki 65 Eldred, Edward 65 Eldridge, Genevieve 65,117 Ellery, Cathy A. 27,126,174,175,1S5,186. 188,189 Ellingsworth, Lynn A. 65 Ellingsworth, Rich 27 Elms, Gary John 65 Emmer, Michael D. 77 Emslie, James A. 77 Emslie. Robert R. 54 English, Pamela S. 77 EQUESTRIAN CLUB 134 Erlandson, David 65,148 Erland son, Jane Anne 27 Ermel, Henry 54 Erskine, Ronald J. 77,149,164 Esposit o. Gary 54 Esquivel, E. C. 65 Estry, Glenn R. 27 Estry, Norene 54 Eugenis, Theodore P. 77,149,163 Evans. Bill J. 54 Evans, Jeffrey M. 65.155 Evans. Evans. Evans. Evans. Evans, Evans. Evans. Evense -Evense Joe M. 72,149,156 June E. 54 Margaret Lynn 20,27,49.177 Susan M. 27,128 Thomas J. 77,149,163 Tim J. 65,132,148 Tim M. 77,149 n, David A. 77 n. Karen Lee 65,113,133 Fabian, Karen P. 65,115 Fabos, Joseph S. 54,135 Fabos. Randal S. 77 FACULTY 98-109 Fadler. Sannie K. 77,116 Fairchild, Charles T. 65 Fairchild, Patrick J. 27 FALL PLAY 190-191 Fanslow. Leroy J. 27,136 Fanslow. Micheal B. 65 Fanslow, Suzanne M. 54,175 Faracy, Peggy Ann 77 Faracy, Stephanie 27 Farmer, Kathy M. 77 Farner, Donna L. 54,113,125,126.133. 174,175 Farrell, Richard S. 77,156 Farrell, Steve G. 54 Faster. John 156 Fazio, Jack F. 27 Fecenko, Catherine A. 27,113,122,124, 126,174,175 Fecenko, David Scott 65 Fedel, Raymond E. 149,156 Fedrowitz, Susan G. 77 Feller. Feller. Linda J . 77 Robert E. 54 Fernandez, Benigno 27,159 Fernandez, Orlando 54,113 Ficarel li. Sharon L. 27 Fiebernitz, Peggy A. 27 Fiebernitz, Joan G. 77 Field, Jeffery S. 65 Fiero, JeffS. 27 Figler. Pearl E. 65 Filskov. Frank C. 27 Fink, Beverly Anne 74,77,112 Fink, Ronald B. 27,49,112,113,122,144, 145 Finley, Thomas 65 Finnerty,Thomas 54 Fiorito, Ronald 54 Fisher. Fisher. Fisher. Fisher. Daniel J . 77 Dennis N. 65 Janet 77 Joanne M. 27,128 Fisher. Mary Kay 77 Fisher. Fitzger Fitzger Peggy A. 77,115 ald, John F. 54,138,150 ald, Lynn M. 77,116 Fitzpatrick, Theres 54 Fitzpatrick, Sharon 77 Fitrsimmons, William 77 Flaherty,JohnJ. 77,149,156 Flanery, Sheree L. 65 FLASHERS 173 Fleming, Kathryn M. 27,129 gFlerlage, Donald 54,136 Flerlage, Daniel Lee 77,136 Flerlage, Kathryn A. 27,136,174 Flesch. John G. 27,152,185,189 Flink, Diane Kay 77,116 Florczak. Mary E. 65 Flowers, George 149 Flowers. William E. 27,136,144 Flude, Richard 54 Fogel, Elaine 54 Folden. Russell 54 FOLK MUSIC CLUB 115 FOOTBALL 144-149 Ford,John 54,114 FOREIGN LANG. CLUB 124 FOREIGN EXCHANGE 123 Forester, Pam A. 65 Forester, Pat H. 54 Forsythe, Gail Lee 77 Fortmann,DanielJ. 27 Foster, John L. 77,149 Fox, Cynthia J. 77 Fox. Keith L. 27 Fox, Thomas A. 27,113,114,133,192 Fraher, Vicki Jean 28,125 Francione. Bruce J. 65 Francione,Gale M. 77,124 Francione, Nancy J. 77,136 Franck, Sharon M. 28 Frank. Sharon L. 65,125 Frank, Shirley M. 77 Franke, Ksthleen E. 54,138,139 Frankini, Frank 149,156 Franz, Lynette C. 65 Fraske, Corinne A. 65 Frejd, Deobrah L. 65 French, Diana L. 65 FRESHMAN GIRL CHORUS FRESHMAN BOY CHORUS Friedrichs, Larry S. 65,115,122 Fron, Anita H. 25,28 Fron, Heide C. 65,133,134 Froysland, Jeffrey L. 28,144,163 Froysland, John L. 65 Fruitt, Caren J. 28 Fruitt, Connie J. 28 Fruitt, Starlette S. 65 F.T.A. 128 Fuchs, Rose F. 77 Funk, Martha Anne J. 54,175 Fuselier, Lorraine 65 Fylpaa, John W. 28,49.164,174 Gabriel, Alison J. 77 Gahalla, Grace M. 54,112.125,174 Gaiser, Robert W. 65 Gaitsch, Bruce R. 54 Galati, Deborah M. 65 Galati, Janice L. 28 Galati, Steve Lee 65 Gale, Nancy Lee 54 Gallagher, Elizabeth 77 Gallimore, Pam 65 Gander, Mark H. 65,137 Gander, Todd W. 77,137,164 Garces, Antonio 28 Garces, Reynalclo 54,146 Gardynski, Katherine 28,113,122,124. 126,175 Gardynski, James A. 65 Garibaldi. Richard J. 28,95,135 Garribaldi, Robert J. 65.115 Garlisch, Pamela Ann 65,134 Garza, Aurora 65 Garza. Francisca 65 Garza, Gloria A. 54 Gaskin, Mary 65 Gaynor, Colleen R. 28 Gaynor, James P. 77,149 Geanconteri, Joann 54 Gebbie. Mari Jo 65 Geilser, Kathy A. 54,126,175 Geisler, Sharon L. 77 Gengler, Gayle S. 77 Gennuso. Susan L. 77,124,125 Gentner, Sandra S. 28,113,122,126,132, 175 Georgen, Paul G. 77,151 Gersdorf, Steve K. 55 Gianaris, Ellen R. 55,115,117,119,132 Gianaris, Kathleen 28.113,114,132,190 Gianaris, Rosemary 77.116,125,128 Giorratano, Linda S. 28 Gibisch, Peggy M. 55,113,126,175 Giebel, William J. 65 Gieringer, Marcia M. 28,122,175 Gilbert,Jon A. 77,149,163 Gildersleeve, Cathy 28 Gill. Kathryn Ann 55 Gilmore, Rex D. 55,115,122.150,155 Gilmore, Rockne A. 77,160 Gilson, James A. 55 Gilszmer, Ronald 28 Ginter, James T. 77 Girard. Linda M. 65 GIRLS' GLEE CLUB 117 Girton, Charles D. 65 Glab, Wallace Lee 77,93,133 Glanz, Karen M. 65 Glanz, Kathy M. 77 Gleason, Tim J. 65.148 Gleason, Terry P. 77,149,160 Glejf, Christine M. 28,138 Glejf. Monica R. 77 Glejf. Robert 55 Glenz, Debra G. 77 Glenz, Richard G. 28 Gloss, Pamela E. 65 211 Hulett. Jagielski. Debra M. 78 212 Goddard, William J. 77 Godlewski, Kathryn 65,113,133 Goerger,Joseph 55 Goerger, Kathleen A. 77 Goerger, Martin 55 Goerger, Susan M. 65 Goeske, Golatz. Karen L. 55 Ramona C. 65,128 Goldsmith. Mark R. 65,155 Goloskewitsch. Tina 55 GOLF 172 Goodrich, Lynn E. 65,132,136 Gordon, Donna M. 65,128 Gordon, Nancy R, 55 Gore, Bill Scott 77,164 Gore,Theodore 55,146 Gorecki, Gail Ann 77 Gorman, Frances E. 65,132 Gorman, Margaret M, 28 Gosse, Marcia L. 77,126 Gosse,Sharon A. 28,126,175 Gotha, Barbara J. 97 Gotsch, Robert D. 28 Gould, Sheree L. 65,177 Goyack, Michelle K. 77 G.R.A. 126 Graczyk, Theresa 77 GRADUATION 182-183 Gragnani. Gloria J, 28,126.130.173,175 Graham, Donna 77 Graham, Larry W. 77,160 Grandt, Daniel Lee 77 Grandt, Louise A. 28,134 Grant. John A. 65 Grauf. Robert G. 65,148 Grauf. William M. 28.135 Gray, Diana M. 77 Greathouse, Carol L. 55,129,187 Greaves, Gail D. 65 Greco, Joseph N, 29 Greaves, James G. 77 Green. Dawn L. 77 Green. George A. 65 Green. Joyce E. 77,134 Green, Pamela G. 29,176 Greenberg, Leonard 77,156 Greenberg. Mark A. 65,151,155 Greenwood, Colleen R. 65 Grieco, Marie U. 29 Griflin, Kevin W. 29 Griftith, David M, 29,113,114.144 Grillaert, David A. 55 Grillaert, Douglas 78 Grimshaw, Roberta G, 55,136,141 Groenhof, Jacob J. 55 Groehof, Juliann 65 Gromke, Melody L, 65 Gross, Susan M. 29 Grove. Les J. 78.163 Grover, Charles A. 65 Grover, Sandra Lee 55,126,175,192 Grube, Karl T, 78 Gruber, Cara Lee 78 Gruber. Randall C. 55,61.146,147 Gruninger. Donna 55,126,175 Grupe. Cheri Lynn 29 Grutzmacher, Glen M. 78 Gryczka, Sheryl L. 78,125 Guastadisegni, Joe 65,160 Guanci, Shelli 78 GUARDIAN 138-139 Guastaferri, David 55,61,138,144 Guastaferri, Linda L. 28,113 Guenveur, Leslie A. 65 Guercio, Karen A. 78 Guercio, Nancy L. 29 Guertler, Thomas P. 78 Gumienski,Joseph 65 Gurnack, Tom E. 78,149 Guritz, Mary E. 65 Gurnack, Kathy A. 55,132 Gurnik. Thomas J. 78,164 Gutierrez, Mary A. 29,175 Gutzman, William V. 29 Gyllenberg, Kevin R. 65,119 GYMNASTICS 158-160 Haaning, Rick 78,149 Haake, Vicki Lee 65 Haar, Darlene J. 78,129 Haar, Gregory J. 29 Haar, Judith M. 78 Haarstick,CarolA. 65 Haben, Timothy M. 78,149 Hachmeister, Donald 29 Hackett. James M. 55 Hadley, Charles W. 55.61.146 Hahn, Robert C, 78 Hahn. Ruth A. 55 Hahn. Michael J. 29 Hahn, John Martin 29,138 Haich, Cindy Ann 78 Haich, Dana A. 29 Haiduke. David L. 78 Hagemann, Mary F. 78 Hall, Marianne 30.130 Hall, Richard S, 66 Hall, Robert A. 55 Halladay, Michael J. 30 Hamblen, JeffN. 66 Hamblin, Patricia L. 78 Hamilton, Mary P, 78 Hamilton, Maureen A. 52,55,89.125,136 Hamilton, Teresa M. 66.134 Hamm, Gregory S, 66 Hamm, Gwen L. 78,129 Hamm, Myrna L, 78,129 Hancock, Robert, Jr. 78 Hanrahan, Charles P, 66,133 Hansen, David E, 30 Hansen. Doreen J. 78 Hansen. Kathleen M. 30 Hansen, Lance C. 78,149,156 Hansen, Lynn C. 30,175 Hansen, Nancy C. 78 Hansen, Ray W. 55 Hansen, Robert W, 66 Hanson, Rob R. 78,136 Hanson, Paul M, 30 Hanson, Robert C. 30 Harnish, Steve A. 30,144 Harp, Richard A. 66,148,163 Harper, Marianne 66 Harper. Roy E. 66 Harriett, Dawn C. 78,126 Holm, Steven R, 66 Holmes, Linda L. 31,119,175 Holmes, Patricia 56,155 Holmes, Patrick K. 66,148 Holste, Linda C. 31.113,115,1l7,1l8,134 Holste. Scott K, 78 Holt, Joseph Lee 78 Holter, Joyce 66 HOMECOMING 184-189 Johnson, Cathy L. 78 Johnson, Chris M. 78 Johnson, Deborah A. 66 Johnson, Floyd M. 32 Johnson, Gale L, 66 Johnson, Karen l. 66 Johnson Johnson , Karen L. 32 Lynn M. 32,118,126,132,175 Harris, Alyson M. 78,128 Harris, Elizabeth 78 Harris. Georgene 55 Harris, Revis Eugene 55 Harris, Stephen P. 66,112,155 Hart, Brenda S. 55 Hoos, Donald T. 66 Hoos, Linda A, 56 Hopley, Barbara A. 31,129 Hopkins, Hopkins. Mark C. 56,150,152,153 Leslie A. 31 Hornacek, Antoinette 66,136 Hornacek, Mary Ann 56,130,136 Horsley, Andrea K. 31 Hoss, MichaelJ. 124 HOSTESS CLUB 129 Hovey, John K. 56 Howes. C Huber. T Hudgins, eleste A, 31 herese A. 74.78.112 GailA. 66.124 Huebner. Linda M. 56,135 Huebner. Spencer A, 66.164 Huffman. Kerry M. 31 Hufton, Alison R. 78,130 Hufton. Helen M. 78 Hufton, Stephen C, 56 Huggin William W. 66 s. Hughes, Carol Ann 78,124,125 Hughes, Raymond C. 56 Hughes, Timothy M. 78 Kent A. 66 Johnson. Lynnette 66 Johnson, Mark Reed 56 Johnson, Robert M, 32,160 Johnson. Sharon L. 56 Johnson, Steve R. 56 Johnson, William C. 66 Johnson, William K. 66 Johnston. Diana D. 56 Johnston, Maribeth 20,32,112 Jones, Ada I. 78,116 Jones, Gail E. 32 Jones, Jim W. 56,146 Jones,James B. 32 Jones, Philip E. 32,128 Jones. Robert J. 66 Jones, Steven C. 32,129 Jones. J ones, Susan E. 66 Thomas M, 156 Hartgrave, Jean 66.116 Hartmann, Peter J. 55 Hartmann. Sandy A. 30 Hartung, Christine 78 Hartung, Susan C, 66 Harvey, H. Clark 30,144 Harvey. Michael L. 66 Haseman, Jaquelyn S. 78,116 Haskell. James M. 30 Hatzold. Thomas S. 30,114 Hausen. Jack. Jr. 78,149 Hauser, Caryn N, 31,126,128.175 Hauser, Kimberly 62.66,126,174,175 Hauserman, Fred 55,146 Hauserman, Richard P. 66 Hayden, Nancy Lee 66 Hayden. Suzanne 74,78 Hayes, William J, 66 Hayhurst, Robert E, 78,133 Hazle, Rhonda J. 31,130 Heath, Alison 78 Hegg. Steve A. 66,119 Heimberger, Thomas R. 31 Heimberger, Phillip 55 Heimos, Christine J. 31,112 Heimos, Liz M. 74,78,112 Hein, Richard A, 78 Heinemann, Laura E. 52.55,126,175 Hejduk, Curtis A. 31 Helbig, William F, 31,159,174 Helewski. Robert T. 78 Heller. Ronald W. 31 Hendricks, Cindy L. 78,128 Hendricks, Peggy L. 56,115,126,128,175 Hendrickson. Linda L. 31,91 Hennelly, Patrick J. 66 Henry, Willard N. 31 Herbert, Sean C. 78,149 Herigodt, Jean V. 78 Hermansen. Louis G. 66 Herndon, David B. 78 HERO 129 Herzog, Sandra M. 66 Hulett, Michael R. 78,149,155 Hulin, Beverly J. 66 HUMANITIES BOARD 134 Hunciker. Kurt M, 56 Hunter, Bradlield 78 Hurley, Janice 56 Hurley,TimothyJ. 78,149,156 Huston. Mark E. 78 lbarra, Gregory 78 Ibbotson. Pamela S. 56 ldstein, James R. 56 Ilseman. Carolyn T. 66,126 Imlah, John C. 56,146 Imlah, William N. 78,149,156 Imperial. John C. 56 INDIVIDUAL SPEECH 133 Ingersoll, Susan A. 114,126,132,175 Ingratta, Sandra H. 78 Inzerello, Angela D, 32.134 llsch, Cathy E. 56,115,117,118 lsberner, James P. 32 Issel, Jeffrey C. 66 Issel,John F. 56 Ivans, Gayle J. 66 Iwanski, Lawrence S. 66 Jachimiak, Deborah L. 32 Jackson. Debra J, 66 Jackson, Gayle E. 52.56,126,174,175 Jackson, Susan E. 62,66,177 Jackson. William K. 66 Jacobs. Gwenn T, 56 Hess, Catherine G. 78 Hess, David Michael 31 Hess, Debra Jean 66 Hess, Nancy L. 78,125 J acobs, J acobse J acobse J acobso J acobso J acobso JillM. 66 n, Warren T. 48,66.155 n, Vicki L, 116 n. Richard A. 78,149,164 n, Richard 66 n, Robert W. 56,146,164,165 Jakubek, David R. 78 Jakubek, Martin M. 32 Janos, John Gust 78 Janos, Steven C. 66,148,155 Hickey, James J. 78,149 Hickey, Robert J, 56 Hicks, Debra L. 66,125,141 Hides, Frank 66 Higginbotham. Lin 66 Hilblom. Richard W. 136 Hilderbrand, Jan E. 66 Hildebrandt, Pamela 31 Hilderbrand, David 56,146,155 Hilgers. Robt J, 20.31 Hill, Holly M. 66,124 Hill, Robin Diane 98,124,128 Hinckley, David B. 31 Hinckley, Thor E. 56,138 Hines, Judith M. 78 Hippensteel, Craig C. 78,160 Hischke. Marcia J. 66,175 Hischke, Nancy E. 31,49 Hixson, Kathleen S. 56 Hixson, Patricia J. 78,85 Hodges, Mary Ellen 78 Hofer, Sheri L. 31,125 Hoffmann, Laura M. 78 Hoffstetter. Gerald 31 Hollywood, Gordon S. 31 Hollister, Jody L. 66.126 Hollywood, Judith L. 78,125 Jarmuth, Patricia L, 56,129 Jarocki, Jeffrey J. 56,144 Jarosch, Debra L. 78,93 Jarvey, Linda C, 78 Jarvis, Stephen E. 78 Jaskulke, Bill F. 78 Jaschke. Heidi A. 56 Jasper, Sue L, 32 Jaskulke, Susan R. 56 Jasper, Debbie Lynn 56 Jaszka, Paul 32 Jaszka, Steve 66 Jaussen, Kevin R. 148 Javers, John J. 78 Jay, Roberta J. 52,56 JAZZ BAND 122 Jefferies, Todd G. 56 Jeffries, Karen S. 52,56,124,126,175 Jendrycki, Deborah L. 78,125 Jenkins, Daniel B. 32 Jensen, Cynthia A. 32 Jensen. David W. 78.149 Jensen, Ernhardt B. 56 Jobelius,Joseph 56,136,138,155 Joe, Shirley Ann 78 Jobelius, Jennifer M. 32 Johler, John C. 66 Jones, William A. 36 Jongleux. Jeanne M. 78,128,130 Jongleux, Mary I. 66.133 Jongleux, Suzanne M. 56 Jordak. Suzanne M, 32.128 Jordan,Mike 56,146 Jordan, Stephanie K. 66.126 Jorgensen, Dawn M. 32 Jovanovich,Dorothy 79 Joy, Bruce R. 79 Jung, Sharon 32,126,175 Jurjovec, Frank 79 Jurjovec, Nadeen G. 32 Justinick, Sandra A. 79 Justincik, Vicky 56,112,126,175 Justus, Donna M. 79 Kacheris, Peter B. 66 Kaeppel. Marianne 79,116 Kahler, Mark P. 66,155 Kalisz, Linda E. 79 Kalisz, Steve J. 66,155 Kamberg. Ricki Sue 32 Kamberg. Vicki Lou 32 Kanagin, George V. 56 Kandybe. Susan L. 32 Kapfhamer. Randi D, 56 Kaplan, Gail F. 56 Karaffa, Kurtis M. 66.155 Karaffa, Michael A. 149,156 Karr. Mary Lee 66,130 Kasallis, Debra Ann 66 Kasallis. Bill A, 32,144,145 Kauss, William E. 79 Kawand, Alan J. 32,138 Kaye, Michael P. 33 Keegan, Lenore A, 79,128 Keegan, James R. 66 Keegan, Susan M. 66,112 Keith, Linda J. 56 Kekos, Marial. 66.126 Keller, Bradley R. 33 Kellner, Patricia A, 66,126 Kellogg, Patricia L. 66 Kelly, Deborah E. 56 Kelly. Karen A. 66 Kelly. Richard, Jr. 164 Kelly. Susan K. 66 Kennedy. Janis J. 66 Kerba, Michael 116 Kerber, Kevin M. 79 Kereluk, Andrea L, 66,112,126 Kerr. Margaret M. 33 Kesler,Ann E. 56 Kesler. Marius 33 Kessner, Dennis J. 66 Kessner, Kenneth E. 33 KEY CLUB 114 Kezios, Maria A, 33,115,117,118,122,128 Khoshaba, David M. 79,116,160 Khoshaba, Deborah M. 56.126,175,176 Killian, Janis M, 66,126 Kincaid, Thomas R. 56,115,122 King, Cynthia Marie 56,124,138,140.141 174 King, Greg A. 33 King, Joanne L. 79 Kingsbury, Warren E. 33 Kinn, Diane 56 Kinn, Michael J, 66,164 Kinnard. Russell A. 137 Kinsella, Michael F. 79.164 Kinsella, Sharon M. 56,125,138 Kirby, Joseph E. 79,149 Kirchway, Becky L. 33 Klaman. Richard A. 79,149 Kledzik, Lee A. 66 Kleinert, Vicki J. 33 Kleinpass, James 56 Kleisner, James 33,150 lest, Edward T. 79 lest, Andy A. 56 linger, Richard W. 36,66 link, Fred E. 66,151 linger, Paul A. 33,136 linger, Mike R, 56,148 lopp, Amy J. 56,136 lopp, Kathryn R. 56,74,79,112.136 Koch, Sandra M. 33 ett. Gary David 66,132 mett. Philip W. 33 Knaack, Gary C. 66 Knapp, David J, 79 Knol, Jack E. 67 Knowles, Robin E. 79 Knudsen, Philip C. 67 Kob. JeffS. 56 Kob, RandallMark 156 Kobert, Barbara 79 Kocik, Dennis Edward 79 Koelbel, Gary P. 79,97 Kohl. Kim 52.56 Kohler, Patricia A. 79 Kohnke, Gary A. 33 Kollars, Bona Marie 79 Komar, Joseph M. 67 Konishi, Cheryl L, 34,112,113,140,141, 175 Koorhan, Glenn S. 133 Korba, Michael R. 79 Kordares, George J. 67 Kornacki, Camille M. 79 Kornacki, Kathleen M. 34 Kosinski, Larry R. 34 Koske, Gerald R. 34 Kosinski, Ross J. 79,156 Koshaba, Sherry G. 117 Koshaba, Debbie 200-201 Kostek, Joseph J. 79 Kostopoulos,Michael 34 Kostopoulos, Nichlas 79 Kotal, Ronald J. 34 Kotte, Kim 132 Kovacevich. Susan L. 79 Kozler, Carole A. 34,138 Kozler, Mark J. 79 Koval, Lynette N. 34 Kraiss, Gary P. 67 Krall, Kim Julius 56 Kreischer, Debbie L. 67 Krelle, Dana B. 79,149 Krey. Emmet C. 67 Krikorian, David A. 67,115,122 Kroes. Paul M. 149 Krohta, Judith L. 79 Kroll, Sheila J. 67 Kropski, Diane M. 67 Kropski,Tl-iomas 34 Krueger, Janet C. 34 Krueger. Joann L. 67 Krueger, Shonnie L, 56,130 Krueger, Walter R. 79,151,160 Krull, Pamela J. 34,96,112,177 Kruse, Carolyn Ann 79 Kruse, Richard W. 34.144 Kruse, Robert J. 35,144 Kucera, Nancy A, 67 Kuczynski, Robert 35 Kuecks, William R. 35 Kueh1,ToniJ. 67,128 Kugelberg, Donald C, 164 Kuhn, BobbiJ. 35,38,70,174,175 Kukla. Debi Ann 67 Kuksa, Nancy C. 67 Kulasik, Cathy L. 35 Kuminowski, Debbie 56 Kunze, Christopher 56,114 Kurpieski, Eleanor 79 Kussin, Robert W. 35 Kussin, Sue M. 79,126 Kuzniar, Pamela E. 56 Lacey, Pamela E. 67 Lachajczyk, Kenneth 67 Lackland, David J. 79,132 Lafayette. James 20,79 La Fayette, John J. 35 La Forge, Lisa Ann 79,124 Lagemann, Heike E. 67,89 Lagesse. Gary R. 79,149 Laing. James D. 79 Lamberg, Ellen M. 79,125 Lamberg, Margaret A. 56 Lambkin. Robert S. 67 La Mont, Margarita M. 35,115,117,118. 119,124,174 La Mont, William J. 35,128,144 Lampe, Susan J. 67 Lampert, Lisa K. 67,112 Lampert. Lori L. 79.114 Lampert. RandiJ. 35,130 Landise. Edithann M. 69 Landwehr, David R. 56 Landwehr, Ronald 56 Lange,John E. 79,149,156,163 Lange, Suzanne D. 67 Langlo, Susan F. 67 Langsfeld, Robert E. 56 Laprise, Kathleen M, 35.136 Larocco, Christine M. 79 Larson, Betty J. 35,88 Larson, Thomas A. 12 Larson, Valerie 56,126,138,175 Laske, Glenn K. 67 Laskowski, Joseph H, 35,138 Lasusa, John B, 67,160 Lauzon, Sue L. 35 Lavalley, Michele C. 67 Lawler, Lynn M. 67 Lawless, Kathleen A. 79,125 Lawson, Jeanette L, 56 Lawson.Joseph F. 79 Lazzara, Thomas P. 160 LEADERS 175 LEADERS CLUB 126 Lefevers, James R. 67 Lehner, Joyce M. 79 Leibrock, Robert R. 56,115,122,164 Leikhim, Joe H, 67 Leininger,MarkB. 35.113 Leland, Douglas C. 79 Lemke, Alan C. 35 Lemke, Alan G. 56 Lemke, Dean C. 56 Lemke, Gail Ann 79 Lenk, Albin F. 35 Leo, Valerie Ann 67,125 Leonteos, Jay B. 35 Leopardo, Jim Al 67,148 Leopardo, Lynn Susan 20,35,177.184,186 Leschinski, Brian L, 79 Leschmann, Trudy J, 79 Leslie, William P. 79 Lesniak, Christopher 56 Lesniak, Peggy Ann 67 LETTERMAN'S CLUB 174 Levitzke. Mark R. 67 Lewandowski, Alan D. 56 Lewsi. Diana G. 79 Lewis, Janet K. 35,96.113,126,128 Lewis, F. Lee 79,149 Lewis, Pamela Kay 68 Lewis, Richard R. 68,148 LIBRARY GUIDES 130 Lichter, Mark John 35 Liebl. James 79 Lienlokken, Rex 79 Lienlokken, Richard 79 Lienlokken,William 56 Liewehr, Marie S. 68 Lindahl. Kenneth E, 68 Lindahl, Wayne V. 79 Lindeman, Cathi D. 79,116,125 Liotta, Lawrence D, 56 Liotta, Leroy David 56 Liotine, Carolyn G, 68 Liotine, Marguerite 35,128,187 Lipner, Lou Anne 35,134,136 Lipson, Julie A. 35 Liptak, Robert J. 56,150 Lishka, Kathy J. 116,125 Lishka. Linda 35 Lobaugh, Russell E. 79 Lobengerg, Sharon L. 79 Locke, Joseph J. 79 Long, Luann 79 Long, Nancy E, 35 Longueil, Scott R, 68 Lorch, Janet Ann 62,68,112,126 Losch, Michael R. 35,152 Love, Kenneth R, 79 Lowery, Darin M. 79 Lowing, Quincey J. 20,36,96,177 Lowry, Elaine T. 68,174 Lowry, Thad W. 36,115,122,144 Luburich, Cindy M, 79 Luciani, Randy A. 80 Luell, Susan K. 36 Lunak, Janice L. 80,125 Lunak, Nancy L. 52,56,125,138,141,174 Lundeen, Gary S. 80,116,149,163 Lundgren, Pam Anne 80 Lundgren. Donald J. 36 Lundgren, Judith A. 68 Lundgren, Sandr A. 36 Lunsmann, Steve F. 57 Luzietti, Debra L. 57,124,125,126,175 Luzietti, Joanne E, 80,124 Lydon, Maureen H. 68 Mabeley, Bonnie J. 36 Mac Gregro, Keith 122 Madalinski, Carol A. 80,125 Maggio, Terry A. 80,116 Maggs, William P. 57 Magnuson, Scott R. 80 Maheras.Joann 68 Maier, Carol A, 36.112,113,176,184,186 Mairs, Roxanne M. 62,68 Malcolm. Richard J. 68 Malcolm, Robert W, 80 Malinowski, Larry B. 36,122 Malmedahl. James C. 57,159 Malone, Linda E. 80 Malone, Russell 57 Maltz, Dawn L. 80 Manglaris, Irene D, 68 Mann, Craig W. 80 Manning, Virginia L. 57 March, Candy L, 80 Marcheschi, Nadine 68 MARCHING BAND 128 Marcusson, Janet Lea 57,115,117,118 Maresso, Steve C. 57 Margulis, Ivy M. 80.128 Marienfeld, Diane 80 Marion, Jeff Lee 80,149,164 Mark, Debra Ann 80 Mark, Kathryn E. 36 Marmitt, Jackie J. 57 Marmitt, Shereen M, 80 Marsh, Janet Jay 57 Marsh, Judith Ann 80 Marshall, Don G. 80 Martarano, Theresa 68,126 Martens, David J. 68 Martin. Daniel 57,144,155 'Martin, Elyce K. 68 Martin, Gary N. 80,149,156 Martin,James 80,163 Martin, Linda L. 36 Martin, Robert 57 Martin, Scott M, 57,164,165 Martinez, Jeff P. 156 Martinek, Richard A. 80,149,164 Martinez, Charles E. 80 Martzel, John F. 80 Martucci, Fred M. 36 Martucci, Michele R. 68 Marturano. Doris 68 Marvin, Linda P. 36 Masa, Bernadette H. 36 Mascari, Matthew R. 68 Mason, Diana Lee 68 Massey, Patrick B,M. 57,164,174 Masterson, Nicholas 80.133 Masterson, Vincent 68 Maus, Nancy S, 80 Mavigliano, Andrew R. 68,164 Mavigliano, Philip 80 Maxey, John H. 80 Maxwell,Eileen 80 Mayer, Cindy Marie 80,116 Mayer, James A. 80 Mayer, Monica L. 80 Mayernick, Chris 80,149 Mayyou, Byron Kent 68,164 Mayyou, William C. 80 McAndrew. Dennis B, 36 McBride, James P. 57,138 McBride, Stephen O, 68 McCaffery, Candy A. 57,177 McCann,Karen 57 McCann, Linda S. 36 McCarthy, Dawn M. 80 McCarthy. Kevin E. 68,132 McCormack, Michael 36 McCormack, Susan M. 62,68,126,175,177 McCormack, Victor 80,149 McCormick, Moira K. 80,92 McCoy, Kathy 80,117 McCoy, Robert W. 57 McDermott, Robert M. 80 McDivitt, Lloyd E. 36 McDole, Ricky L. 36 McDonald, Leslie C. 36 McDonald, Linda S. 68 McDonald.MichaelK. 80 McDonald, Mike T. 80 McDonald,Maryann 80 McEvoy, Margaret M, 68 McEvoy, Michael D. 57 McGill, John E. 36,136,138,200-201 McGill, Linda Ann 57,124,136.138 McGregor, Jeri Lynn 62,68,177 McGuire, Lynn Ann 80 McIntyre, Steven R. 68,151 McJunkin, Georgette 68 McKelvey, Jeffrey P. 52,57,112,138,146,198 McKenzie, Mark W, 36,113 McKisic, Patricia A. 36 McLean, Denyse 57,188 McMahon, Kerry M. 80 McMahon, Kevin L. 57,160 McMillan. Michele C. 80 McNichols,Debbie 57 McNichols,Marianna 36,37,113.140.141 McPherson, Craig R. 57 McWayne, Duffy P. 68 Meinsen, Kimerly J, 80,130 Meiser, Barbara Ann 57,138,140,141,174 Meisenheimer, Wm., Jr. 68 Meiser, Gary R. 80,149 Mellenthin, Linda L. 36,129 Mello, Carol R. 68,126 Meluso,-lean 60 Meluso, Rosemary A. 57 Mendygral, John M. 36 Menoni, Sherry Ann 68 Meredik, Cynthia M. 57 Mescall, John M. 68 Messina, Philip A, 36 Metcalf, Pamela Gail 36,115,176,177 Meyer, Ancielou A. 68 Meyer, Janice L. 37 Meyer, Kathy L, 5'l,115,177,192 Meyer, Patricia 68,73-,126 Meyer, Robert E, 80,151 Meyners, Diane P, 80,116 Micek, Steve 57 Michaels, Keith R, 68,163 Michela. Michael R. 37 Michela. Gregory 57 Michela, N. Gary 80 Miedema, Beverley J, 57 Miedema, William K. 37,152,153 Mielenz, Mark P. 80,156 Mikkelsen, Kristine 117,124,132 Mikos, Wayne A, 37,112,114,132.138,200-201 Milas, Rick R. 57 Mileski, Stphen H. 68 Milkowski, Debra 80 Miller. Cindy Jane 80 Miller, Darlene E. 37 Miller, Gary Lee 80,149,156 Miller. Joann M. 80 Miller. Marita J. 80,126 Miller, Pam C. 57 Miller. Pamela Ann 80 Miller, Raymond D. 124,164 Milliken. Dennis T. 68 Milliken, Theresa A. 80 Millner, Michael R. 80,149 Mincey, Daniel J. 80,149 Misicka, Carol 68 Misura, Robert C. 80 Mitchell, Robert F. 68 Mitsch, Steven J. 68 Mitnick, Michael M. 74,80,112,177 Mitsos. Al Geo. 37 Mitsuoka, Douglas R. 57,113,144 Mitros, Nick G. 37 Mitsuoka, Kendall J. 57,156 Moder, Patricia A. 80.149 Moehlenkamp, Debbie 80 Moeller. Robert H, 68.163 Mollenkamp, David D. 68 Montemayor, Norma L, 57.115 MONTAGE 140-141 Montemayor, Rose M. 57 Moore. Bonnie R. 68 Moore, Keith B. 80,125 Morales, Elvira 80,136,149 Moran, Cynthia 80 Moran, James W. 57,132,190,200-201 Moreau, Lloyd R. 57 Morehouse, Cathy M. 37 Morey, MichaelJ. 80 Morgan, Joanne F. 57,138 Morgan, John J. 80 Moriarty, Patrick R. 37 Morris, Michelle 68 Morris, Paul 57 Morris, Sharon L. 80,128,176 Morris, Terry A. 20.37,74,112,126,141. 175.176 Mortensen, Donna Lee 81 Mortenson, Rosemary 57 Moser, Joe John. Jr. 37 Motto, Karen Ann 68 Mounsey, Robert C. 38,138 Moy, James David 68 Moy,John 38 Moy, Rita 38 Mueller. Mary Lee 81 Mueller, Pamela Ann 81 Mueller, Terence A. 81 Mulcahy, Karen M. 81,116 Mulcahy, Kevin J. 81 Mullins, Nancy C. 81,129 Muniz, Mario A. 68 Munson, David W. 68,148 Munson, Linda G. 68 Murnane, Therese M. 68 Murphy, Maureen L. 57 Muscarello,Kathryn 81 MUSIC GROUPS 115-119 Muti, Michael 68,148 Mydill, Michael R, 68,160 Myhre, Dennis A. 38,112,114.138,174 Mydill, Marc R, 81 Nardi. James F. 57 Nardi, Joyce M. 38,130,175 Nardiello, Kathleen 38 Nardiello, Robert 149 Nathan, Michael Lee 68 Nauert, Darlene K. 68,129 Navin, Kathy A. 68 Nawrot, Beth Ann 68,117 Naylor. William 38 Needham, Gary Wm. 68 Neil. Marta A. 68 Nelson, Jane 57.130 Nelson, Lawrence J. 38,174 Nelson. Lori Jean 81 Nelson, Terry D. 68 Nemoff, Christine L. 38,130 Nemoff. James B. 68 213 214 Nemmers, Susan Mary 68 Nemmers, Vicky A. 38,128 Nepodahl, Adrienne C. 38,138,139 Nestelberger, Linda 68 Neubert, Diana L. 57.132 Neubert, Leslie J, 81,132 Neumann, Kevin A. 81 Newhall, Deborah L. 38,117,130 Newman, Linda M, 39 Newton, Lawrance 81 N.F.L. 113 N.H.S. 113 Nicholas, Jayme A, 81 Nicholas. Linda S. 69,115,117 Nicoll. David S. 39 Nielsen, Linda K. 69.126 Nienaber, Mary Beth 69 Nikonsuk, Marie B. 81 Nilsson, Charles E. 81 Nitschneider. Dawn C, 39,96,130 Nitschneider, Steve 57,144 Nobile. Linda Ann 81 Noe, Candace Lee 69 Noelle, Donald Lee 81 Noga, Gislaine A, 81.85,116,125.136 Noga, Neal F. 57,146,188 Noland. Dennis C. 69 Nolan, Michael E. 39.69,112,150,174 Nolte, Michael J. 69 Norfolk, Deborah A. 39,126,175 Norman, Dianne 57 Norman. Michael K. 164 Norris, Richard D. 51 Notson. Laura J. 81 Notson. Linda L. 57 Novak, Claudia F. 20.39.173 Nowak, Debra Anne 81 Novak, Gregory Paul 39 Nowak, Douglas J. 69,155 Nugent, Pamela 69,117 Nugent. Susan 57 Oates, Laura 81 Obarek.JeffS. S1 Oboyle, Dann P. 81 Obrien. Daniel Wm. 81 Obryan, Darrel W. 81 Obrien. Mary 0. 39 Obrien. Mary Kay 57 Obrien. Patrick J. 57 O'Connor, Joan E. 69 Oconner, Mary O. 57 O'Dea, Michael P. 69,155 Odell, Gena L, 81 Oehl, NancyJane 81,125 OFFICE GUIDES 130 OFFICE OCCUPATIONS 127 Ohara, David E. 39 Ohara, Timothy H, 81,156 Ohearn. Douglas A. 81,160 O'Hearn, Scott T. 69 Ohnesorge, Richard W. S1 Okerstrom, Dale E, 81 Okerstrom, Leonard K. 39 Okuma, Mark T. 133,164,165 Oleary, Mary Karen 52.57.112.125 Oleary, Richard C, 81,149 Oleskevich. Kayo 81 Olivet0, Tamilynn M. 81 Olos. Evanthia 57 Olsen, Douglas W, 69 Olson, Debbie K. 57,126.138.175,175 Olson, Douglas K. 39,112 Olson, Peggy L, 39.112,113,176 Olson, Wayne T. 39.159 Olszewski. Donna M. 39 Oltz, Dennis D. 20.39.137 Oltz. Donna Marie 81 Omahana, Jo Ann 39 Omahana, Judith A. 39 Omahana. Michele M. 81,136 Omelusik, Gail A. 69 Onorati, Jane L. 39 Onorati. Sue Lee 81.124 Opager, Michael E. 81 ORCHESIS 177 ORCHESIS SHOW 194-195 Oshea. Karen M. 81 Ostrowski, Dale 57 Otters, Candace R. 81 Ottinger. Jim E. 57,113,150 Overland, Inger K. 57 Overland, Sven Eric 81 Padula, Roxann M. 52.57 Paff, Roberta M. 69 Pagel. Michael L. 39 Pagel. Nancy L. 81,125,132 Pahl, Barbara A. 69 Palacios. Juan C. 81 Paleczny. Patricia L. 39.174.184.186 Panczak, Barbara J. 81 Panczak, Marilyn J. 69 Paniagua. Alfred A. 69,148 Paniagua, Roxanne 74,81.112.1l6,132 ,Pankow, Dale E. 69,163 Pankow, Rick A. 39 Pantazis, James P. 69 Paolini, Patricia A. 39 Papas. Christopher N. 39 Papas, Elaine D. 81 Parks, Karen T. 39.122 Parr. Elaine 81.116 Parrillo, Michael S, 57 Parrish, Charles E. 57 Parrish, Clyde R. 39 Parrish, Donald R. 69 Pastorello, Mary Sue 81 Pasurka, Carl A. 57 Patinella. Leonard B. 40,128 Patinella. Thomas J. 69 Patton. John Bruce 69 Patzer, Janet G. 57 Paul, Cheryl C. 81 Pavlik. Craig S. 81 Payne. Scott R. 81 Pazzol, Shelley 74.81.112 Pearson, Michele M. 40,141 Pearson, Randall 69 Peeper. Bruce A. 69 Peeper, Donna J, 40,129 Pekarek. Donald R. 81,113 Pekarek,Karen M. 42,113,126,175 Pelletreau, Mark S, 81 Pengrazi, Gary B. 81 Penman, Barbara L. 69 PEP CLUB 125 Perr,Judith E. 40,115,118 Perrigo. Kurt V. 69.116 Perry, Jeffery A. 69,151 Person, Beth Ann 81 Pesat, Linda Ann 81 Pesat, Ward 57 Peters, Michael G. 81 Peters, Thomas W. 57 Petersen, James A. 81 Petersen,Jolyn R. 81 Petersen,Janet S, 29.4O,114.122,199 Petersen, Kathleen 57 Peterson, Beverly 58 Peterson, Clifford 69 Peterson, Glenn C. 40,144 Peterson. Kathy Sue Peterson, Kristine C. 20.40,140.141.175 Peterson. Nancy J. 81,116 Peterson, Richard D, 81 Peterson, Sandra N. 40,128 Peterson, Shelley A. 58,113 Petitte. Richard M. 81 Pettee. Camille R. 81 Petzold, Denis G. 81 Petzold, Mary A. 81,134 Philbin, Eunice 40 Philbin, Rosamond A. 69 Phillips. Robert S. 81 Piehl, Lynda Lee 81,125,132 Pieper, Joanne M. 69,117 Piermarini, Angela O. 40 Permarini, Louis V. 69 Pilewski, Catherine 81 Pilkington, Deborah 69 Pilkington,Leslie 58,126 Pinder. Eugene W. 144,145,152.184 Pinnelli, Ralph B. 69 Pinnelli, Sharon 81 Pinto, MichaelJ. 58 Pippin. Nancy J. 81 Piraino, Camille T. 58,97.115,117 Piscitello. Phillip 40 Pizzillo. Ellen A. 58 Pizzillo, James V, 81 Pleasnick, Robert 69 Pleickhardt, Deborah 69,130 Plochl, Albertine A. 69 Plotzker,Judith 69 Pluemer, David S. 69,163 Pluemer, Robin L. 58 Plummer,John R. 58 Poethkow. Nancy E. 40 Pollack. Suzanne 81,115 Polle, Robert F. 58 Polle, Ronald C. 69 Pollitz, Donna L. 40,136 Pollitz, James C. 136 ' POMFPON 174 Pomeroy. Kathryn 69 Ponce. Georgina 58.130 Ponce, Veronica 130 Popp, Bonnie B. 58,177,191 Potter, Susan L. 40 Powell, Brian F. 81 Powell, Gregory A. 40 Powell, Sara Jane 81,136 Powers, Gabrielle S. 58,115,193 Powers, Yvonne H. 81 Pratscher, George 69.164 Pratt, Bill V. 58 Pratt, Emil J. 40,128 Precin, Michael R. 40 Prettyman. Gloria J. Prettyman. Robert W. 69 Price, Deborah C. 69,135 Price, Kimberly A. 81 Pridgeon, Mark A, 58 Prince, Robert E. 81,149 Principe. Kathleen 81 Priola, Diane M. 81 Prislinger. Karen 69.126.174,175,196 Pritchard, Rita 69,124 Pritz, Stephen M. 81 Proehl. Gary 58,146 Proehl. Susan Beth 69 PROM 180.181 Proszek,James 58,113,114 Pruitt, Scott W. 69,155 Prysi, Debra L. 69 Pugliese, Daniel M. 160 Puninske, Judy A. 62.69.13O,174 Pursell, William W. 69,164 Puzzo, Jacqueline 40 Pyde, Carol Ellen 69,126,175 Pytlarz. Ralph J. 69,163 Quaglia, Frank J. 69 Quaglia, Richard T. 58 Quan, Laura M. 40 Quick. Gordon M. 58 Quick, Steve A. 58 QUILL Sz SCROLL 112 Quinn. Sheila 69.112.115,122 Rabattini. Christina 40,177 Rabicki. Anthony A. 40 Rabicki, Carol Anne 81 Rader, Michael P. 40 Rader. Patricia 58 Radlein, Richard A. 40 Radzis. Robert J. 69,148,155 Raffaele, Anthony L. 41 Raffelson, Jim W. 81,149,160 Raffelson, Doris A. 41 Rain. Timothy F. 82 Rains, Frances V. 58 Rakowsky, Donna J. 82,132,136 Ramakis, Raymond E. 82,116,151 Ramb0,Dennis R. 20.41.112.144.184 Rand, Scott T. 41,144,174,200.201 Range, Linda Fay 130 Rand, Denise Rose 41 Rapp. Linda C. 41 Rapp, Lori F. 69 Rasmussen, Diane J. 52,58.112.113,176 Rasmussen, Jeri Lynn 82.175 Rasmussen. Kim C. 82 Ratledge, Lela 58,117 Ratzek, Denise L. 69,115 Ratzek. Steven K. 82 Rauner. Therese A. 82 Raven, Rendall R. 58 Raymond. Steve A. 69 Rebman, Robert A, 82 Reed. Christy 41.126,128.130.175 Reed, RoarkJ. 41 Reed, Thomas J. 69 Reedal,Jim B. 69 Reeder, Corinne M. 58.114,130,132 Reem, Jim M. 58,144 Reich, Glenn Allen 82 Reily, David K. 41,114,132,l90,203 Reily. Donald J. 69 Reinking. Rebecca 69 Reinking. Roxanne 69,174 Reitz, Nancy 58 Reitz, Rebecca 69 Retsinas. Dorothy 58 Rettenbacher, Mary L. 82,116,125 Retzke, Judy Lee 41,112.140,141,175,199 Ricci, Dave N, 82,149 Richards, Larry J. 58 Richey. Lissa 69 Ricks, Sandra 69 Riley, Deborah M. 136 Riley, Patricia A. 69 Rindell, John K. 58 Rinesmith, Lynn M. 82.116 Ristau, David R. 41.144.145,152,153.189 Ristau,GailM. 82 Rizio. Michael J. 58 Rizzo, Cheryl D. 41,124,177 Rizzo, Thomas J. 82.160 Roback. Ranaye 69 Roberts, Gregory B, 58,137 Roberts, Nancy A. 42,128 Robisch, Winfred H. 58 Rode, Sandy 200,201 Roden, Jim M. 58 Rodriquez, Delia 69,130 Roeber, Michael 69 Rofstad. Carol A. 69,72 Rogers. Ronald E. 82 Rohn, Linda J. 58.136,140.l41 Rohn, Richard T, 42,115,117,119,148,160 Rohn, Stephen M. 82 Rohrer, Thomas 69 Rohrs, Charles F. 82 Rokel, Caron F. 69 Rolfe. Debra Lynn 42,97,141.173 Rolph, George M. Jr. 42 Rolph, Walter J. 69 Romano. John D, 82 Romano, Jim 59,112,144 Romano, Michaelene 74.82.112 Romano, Suzanne 69,72.112 Ronschke, Patricia A. 42 Rook, Dennis R. 149,164 Rose. Eric B. 42 Rose. Karen N. 69 Rosenberg, Martin C, 42 Ross. Colby M. 82 Ross. Doris Ann 69 Ross. Kathy Lee 69 Ross. Kimberly A. 59 Ross. Steven M. 59 Ross. Susan Jolain 69,115,117 Ross. Suzanne M. 69 Rossol, David 42 Rossoll, Peter V. 82 Roth. Jeffery J. 42 Rothenberger. Brenda 82 Rotter, Peter J, 59 Rowley, Kenneth A. 59 Rozanski, Barbara J. 42 Rucinski. David J. 82 Rucinski. Richard A. 59,114,132 Rudolph, Craig C, 59 Ruff. Kim Louis 82 Ruggiero. Kimberly A. 59 Ruggiero. Steven A. 42 Rumatz, Mark W, 69 Rusack. Linda H. 82 Rusesky. Richard G. 42 Rushing, Richard, Jr. 82 Sakata,David 42 Sakata, Gary 42,113,141 Sakowicz. Charles 43 Sakowicz. Casimir S. 82 Sand, Debra E. 82 Sand, Wendy L. 59 Sandberg, Gene E. 69,72 Sanborn, Karen L. 82 Sanborn. Laurie J. 70 Sanders. Fred C. 59 Sanders, Peggy M. 82 Sandshy, Bruce J. 70,148 Santowski, Barbara K. 70,128 Sarantakos, James W. 43 Sargent. Pamela A. 82.136 Sarli. David Paul 82 Satzke, Ronna Lynne 70 Savage, Deborah A. 82 Savino, Kathryn A. 43,128,129 Saxon. Margie E. 70 Scaletta, Frank V. 43 Scanlon.Geraldine 59 Scaletta, Gary L. 59 Scaturro, Elizabeth 43 Scarpelli, Felicia M. 43 Scalzitti, William 59 Scaturro, Liz 122 Schaefer, Lind L. 70 Schaefer,Michael 82 Schaefer. Robert J. 59 Schaefer, Robert W, 82 Schaefer. Robert E. 43 Schafer, Cynthia L. 70 Schalk. Sharon R. 59 Schallau, Virgil 82 Schallau. Virginia M. 43 Schell. John C. 70 Schell, Lucy M. 70 Scherer. Barbara J. 43 Scherra, Susan 82 Schierbecker, Larry 82 Schillinger.Jean M. 43,175 Schira, Ronald J. 43 Schlak, Clifford 70.164 Schlaffer, Nancy 70 Schlamp, Susan J. 43 Schlamp.Jay R. 70 Schlau, David L. 43 Schlitz, Edward A, 59,97 Schmehl, Robt E,, Jr. 70 Schmehl, Tracie L. 82,124,125 Schmidt. Eileen Joy 43,97,112,124.140,141 Schmidt, Judith Ann 82,134 Schmidt. Kathy A. 70 Schmidt, Steven E. 43 Schneider. Cheryl 82 Schnell, Lana J, 43 Schnell, Linda R. 43 Schoen. John llI 82.149 Schoepp, Ross B. 70 Scholten, Stephen 62,70,155 Schommer. Mary 82 Schonbrun. Scott E. 59 Schorn, Janet 52.59.138 Schott. Pamela A. 82 Schroeder. Cary G. 70 Schroeder, Gary L. 59,144,155 Schroeder. Kip Scott 43 Schroeder. Marta R. 82 Schultz. Jeaneen F. 70 Schultz. Edward L. 43 Schultz. Frank W. 41,43 Tafel, Kathryn S, 71 Schultz, Mary F, 59 Schultz, Richard J. 82 Schulz, Robert G. 43 Schulze, Connie J. 82 Schumacher,Kenneth 43 Schwartz Schwartz Schwartz David Lee 70 Schuman. ,Lesley Ann 82,177,136 .Lisa Marie 70 . Robert E. 59 Smith. Smith. MichaelW. 71 Mike M. 71,132,133 Smith, Nita Jean 82,116,130 Smith, Robert M. 59 Smith, Roberta S. 117,175 Smith, Sally Ann 82 Smith, Bill 116 Smith, Tom Alan 82 Smith, Vicki L. 82 Wade, Lynette J. 71 Weber, Cindy J. 71 Sullivan Schwerin, Le Roy F. 43,122 Sciortino. Deborah L. 70.177 Sealy, Karen L. 59,115,117,118,119,174, 193 Sealy, Linda J. 82,193 Searles. Marcia L, 70,115,136 Sebastain. Wendie S. 44,134 Seda, Anton C.. Jr. 70,122,136 Seefeldt, John C. 82 Seeger, Steven 70 Seidlein, Geoffrey 62,70,148 Seidl, Louise T. 59,134 Seifert, Valerie K. 44 Selvig, Patricia A, 82,116 SENIORS 18-49 Semple, Michael 70.72 Semple, Peter J. 82.156 Serges,AnnetteM, 82,l12,125,196 Serges, Karen A. 70 Serges, Kathleen A. 44 Severino. Paul 70 Severns, Kathy Sue 52,55,59,173,175 Severson, Bobby G. 44,144 Shaft, Michael J. 72 Shabec, William 44 Shaft, Robin M. 59 Shaw, Debra Ann 82 Shaw, Sally A. 59,138,175 Shea. James V., Jr, 82,156 Shea, Kathleen 52,59,126,175,176 Shearn, Michael J. 44 Sheldon, Candice 82,136 Sheldon, Debra J. 70,134,136 Sheldon, Robert L. 136.144 Shemanski, John L, 44 Shemanski. Mary Lou 82 Shepardson, Carol 59 Sheppard, William 70 Shera. John D. 59 Shera. Victoria A. 82 Sherbuk, Diane M. 70,136 Sherman, Kathy Ann 82 Sherman, Michael D. 82,132 Sherpan, Randy C. 70 Shideler. Steven C. 70 Shirm, William T. 82 Short, Wonnie L. 82 Sholty, Pamela 59,130 Shroyer, Pamela J. 59 Shurson, Linda M. 59 Siavelis, Harry 70 Sibilski, Janet C. 58,59,117 Sica, Gayle A. 70 Sica, Susan M. 59,128 Sickel, John T. 71 Sidorchuk, Monica A. 82,116,129 Siebold, James R. 71,148 Siebold, Kenneth C. 59 Siegbahn, Robin 1,. 82 Siel, Jeannette M. 71 Siemianowski, Robert 82,160 Siemianowski. Barbara 44,140,141 Siewert, Mark S. 59,150 Siewert,Tom C. 71,148 Siewerth, Ronald E. 71 Simmons, JeffF, 135 Simon, Kimberly A. 71 Siragusa. Mark T, 82,137 Siskin,Joanna 71 Sittig, Anne L. 59,126,I32,136,175 Sittig, Raymond 82 Sizemore, Norman D. 59 Skarda, Lawrence S. 44 Skarda. Susan S. 71 SKI CLUB 136 SKI TEAM 136 Skibinski, Cynthia J. 44 Skibinski, Dennis 59 Skibinski. Jeffrey C. 71 Skjoldager, Bill J. 59 Skridulis, Cynthia M. 44 Sridulis, Dave 82 Skuse, Lauren Lee 82 Slack, Larry R. 82 Slater,J. Scott 71,133 Snell, Renee Jean 82,136 Snellman, David P. 44,135 Snoble, Sandra M, 71 Snyder, Diana K. 71,130 Sobieski, Gregory A, 82 Sobie, Susan C. 71 Sobieski, Gary S. 59 Sobon, Edeard J. 44 Sobon, Ronald G. 71 Somers, Terrance 59 Sonntag, Robert L. 8 Sorrentino, Deborah 71 Sosnowski, Sandra L. 59,136 Sowa, Sandra F. 71 Soyer, Scott Jay 82 Spagnola, James V. 82 Spagnola, Linda 59 Sparer, John W. 44 Spasari, Christina 82 Spasari, John V. 44,144 Spielman, Glenn R. 71,148 Spiess, Lynn 71 Sprenger, Joni L. 59 Sprenger, Patricia 71,175,176 SPRING PLAY 200-201 Springer, Judith M. 71,175 Squassoni, Lori A, 59,75 Sronkoski, Donna S. 20,113,115,117,1l8, 122,126,175,196 Sronkoski, Jeffrey 71,148,155 Sronkoski, Michael 82,149,156 Stack, Marilyn G. 82 Stankovic. Marian 82 Starkey, Linda J, 82 Stecks, Gregory A, 44 Steen, Joanne E. 83,125 Stefanos, Diane C. 59,112,115,117,122, 132,138,177 Stefanos, Thomas A. 83,125,137 Stefanos, Tina D. 83,116 Steffy, Dale R. 44 Steffen, Maryanne 83,128 Steinbock, Anne L. 44,175 Steinbock, JeffA. 83,149 Stenberg, Randy L, 71,93,148,155 Stengren. Linda 83 Stenmark, Brian S. 71 Stenoien, Carol E. 71 Stenoien, Dan V. 59 Stephan. Joseph G. 71.160 Stevens. Gene R. 83,149,156 Stevens, Gerry D. 83,149 Stevenson, Dennis R. 71 Stewart, James A. 71 Stewart,Jeffrey J. 83,149 Stewart, Sylvia 71 Stiff, Larry A. 44 Stines, Edward B. 44 Stinger, Patricia F. 44.129 Stingley, Claudia 44,126,175 Stoehr, Pamela 71,128,132 Stolle, Karen J, 33,44,115,Il7,118,119, 122,128,136 Stolpa, Jeffrey G. 71,155 Stowell, Janet M, 45,177 Stram, Rebecca 71 Stramaglio, Dan C. 83 Streich, Robert P. 83,149,156 Striegel, Robert R. 45 Strumph, Nancy D, 59 Stryszyk, Jacquelyn STUDENT COUNCIL 112 STUDENT LIFE 178-179 Sulaski, Mary Jo 59,117 Szczepanik, Mary A. 71 Szkudlarek, Adam J. 83 Tagliati, Sylvia L. 59 Taliani, Donna F. 83 Tangorra, Chris L. 59 Tangorra, Louis 83 Tanner,Dianne L, 59,126,129 Tansey, Kathleen M, 59,97,117,128 Taucher, Frank P. 71,148 Taussen, Bob 71 Tavormina, Bonita L. 59 Taylor, George 122 Taylor, Mike 71 Teele, Sally Ann 45,174 Teeters, Richard W. 45,113 Teller, Steven L. 83 TENNIS 168-169 Teslik. Linda E. 52,58,59,l75,176 Tessendorf, Janice A. 71,128 Tews,Jeffry A. 71,160 Tews, Bill R. 45,144,184 Texidor, Elaine M. 45,122,13B,177 Theobald, Jacqueline 71 Theobald, Kimberlee 83 THESPIANS 114 Thibodeau, Lauretta 83,116 Tholl, Scott A. 59 Thomas, Gregory J. 45 Thomey, Carol R, 59 'Vanberkum, Kim J, 52,59,61.175.176 Vandivere, William B. 47 Van Roeyen, Cynthia 59,128 Varchetto, Linda K. 83 VARIETY SHOW 192-193 Varney, Harry Don 115,122 Vavra, Garey W. 83 Vegh, Patricia 47 Veller, Lynda M. Vankoryer, C. 117 Venes, Dean 59 Venlos, Donald P. 83 Venlos, Lynne A, 47 Vesey, Gary L. 47,136 Vilim, Barbara J. 47 Villars, Becky G. 47,112,138,139 Villars, Tom R. 71 Vink, Jean S. 71 Vink,Joan D. 59 Vitale. Mary T. 71 Vittal, Larry J. 83,149 Vittal, William A., Jr. 47 Vizzone, Michael A. 71,148 Voight, Donald M. 48,144,188 Vokoun, Robert J. 47,93 Vokoun, Thomas M. 71 Vollmer, Kenneth L. 60 Vombrack, Dean W. 71 Vorndran, Deborah A. 83,161,125 Voss, Patricia A. 47 Voss, Sharon M. 71,117 Voss, Susan Marie 83,126 Voyta, Nancy J. 47,130 Thomey. M Thompson, Thompson, Thompson. iChaelE. 117,119,135,137 David C, 71,163 Mark A. 46,112,138 Matthew M. 71,148 Thompson,Thomas 83 Thompson, Valerie 71 Thulin, Robert C. 59 Tichy, Guy R. 62,71 Tichy, Rebecca J. 46 Titschler, Sandra J. 83,125,126 Tobin, Ann E. 59,112,113,175 Tobin, Patricia J. 74,813,112 Todd, Glenwood M. 149,164 Tokay, Susan A. 46,123 Toler,DavidC. 71,164,165 TOLKIEN SOCIETY 132 Tolp, Paula J. 46 Tolp. RandallD. 71 Tomaselli, Robert P. 71,160 Tomczyk, Mary Anne 83 Tomich, Nik J. 46 Tompkins, Patricia M. 46 Tompkins. Steven R. 83 Toovey, William M. 59,115 Topp, Stephen W, 83 Topping. Mitchell A. 83 Torgersen, Steven R. 160 Tosch. Joan Ann 136 Touhey. Richard P. 83 TRACK 166-167 Tracy. Leslie 83,136 Treanor, Patricia K. 46 Treanor, Susan E. 71 TRIFM 115 Trierweiler, Lalin 71 Tringali, Anthony 83.149 Tringali, Charna A. 20,46 Tripp, Marilyn J. 59 Trotier, Craig S. 71,148,155 Trudan, Steven J. 71 Trudan, Sharon K. 46,115,l28,l29 Tumino, Lynne M. 83,125 Wagner, Barbara J. 83,115 Wagner, David J. 83 Wagner, Deborah L. 83 'Wagner. Norma Lee 83,116 Wagner, Richard R. 73,149 Wajerski, Kathryn M. 47,173 Walczak, Judith C. 47,130 Waldenmaier,Janet 83,116 Waldenmaier, Karen L. 17,115,117,118,122, 138 Waldrep, Brenda G. 47 Wallen, James W. 47 Walla,Janice L. 71 Walser. Walser. Walser. Linda A. 47,141,173 NancyJ. 71 ' Robert D. 83,149,163 Walsh, Audrey S, 71,136 Walsh,Jacquelyn L. 83 Walsh. Walsh. Walsh. Walter. Walter. Walter. Karen Joan 60,177 MichaelJ. 71 Noreen M. 83,116,124 Diana Lee 71,128 Judy Anne 47 DaleA. 47 Walters, Carla S. 60 Walther, Steven M. 83,160 Walther, Owen L. 47,136 Wanser, Ruthann E. 83 Warkentin, Thomas H. 60,144,145 Warring, John R. 71 Waschbusch, Linda J. 47 Wasniowski, Linda M. 83,125 Watson, John V. 83,156 Watts, Kathleen R. 60 Watts, William P. 70,160 Weadley, Jeanne M, 20,48,136,174,175 Webb, Robert 60,146 Tun, G inger A. 83 Turner, Duncan III 83,164 Turner, Janice L. 46 Turner , Larry 59,112 Turner, Mike H. 59 Turner, Mark Lee 83 Weber. Casper J. 71,148,155 Weber, Patricia L. 52,60 Weber, William O. 83,149,156 Sullivan Edward A. 83 Sullivan, Gail L. 45 Sullivan, Lynne 59 Sullivan, Patrick S. 71 , Terri L. 83,130 White. Smith Small, Eileen I. 59 Smallwood, Charlotte 71 Smart, Leonard R. 59,117 Smith, Brian Donald 59 Smith, Bruce H. 71 Smith, Christopher C, 59,95 Smith. Smith. Smith, ,Danny Parker 59 , Elizabeth A. 71 , Greg D. 59,144 ,Jackie Ellen 82 .Josiah L. 44,144 Smith Smith Smith Smith Christopher J. 59 Corey L, 82 Craig T. 71 Summers, Debra L. 45 Summers, Joseph F. 83,160 Surdynski,Jim 59 Sutter. William A. 45 Sutter, Michael C, 163 Suzzi. Linda C. 71 Suzzietti, Debbie 136 Svobda, Deborah L. 45 Swanger, Daniel A, 71 Swanger, David M. 59 Swanson, Daniel D. 71,148 Swanson, Sue G. 45,112,138,176,196 Swanson,Tanya 45,115,118 Swearingen, Lynne 71 Swenson, David H, 45 Swenson, Linda Lou 83 SWIMMING 164-165 Syoen, Diane F. 71 SYMPHONIC BAND 120 Syversen. Jenny L. 83 Turschman, Thomas 83.85,149,156 Turschman, Donna 59 Uhlarik, Stephen M. 83,146,156 Uhlarik, Thomas E. 71 Ukleja. Christine L. 46 Ullrich, Brad H. 83,149,156 UNDERCLASSMEN 50-85 Uragami,John T. 46,140,141 Urbina, Debra 59 Urbina, Susan M. 83 Usdrowski. Becky M. 59 Uselding,Geralyn 71 Uttenreuther, Thomas 47 Vaccarello, Chas 47 Vaccarello. Tina 83,115,116 Vacho, Eileen J. 59 Vaid, Chuck C. 47 Vaid, Bridget 71 Valentine, Andrea J. 47,113,124,138 Valentine, David M. 59,61 Vambreck, Marian 59 Vanberkum, Eric P, 83,160 Wegner, Jeffrey R. 71 Wehling, Kenneth L. 83 Wehrheim, Elizabeth 72,115 Weiner, David Jay 83 Weir, Ann Marie 48,175 Weiss, Charles E. B3 Weith, George G. 72 Wellman, Michael J. 83,149 Welnicki, Rene Marie 48 Wendt, Mike T. 83 Wennerstrom, Vernon 72 Werner, Kathleen A, 72 Wertepny, Jeffrey A. 72 Werring, John 136 Wesche, Elizabeth L. 60,126,138.175 West, Thomas E. 83 Westerberg, Ann P. 117,128,134 Westerberg, Robert S. 48,115,122,144 Wezeman, Sue Ann 38 Whedon, Janet S. 72,130 Wheeler, Linda S. 60,138 Wherry, Linda M, 48 White, White. James L. 83.163 Kenneth J. 83 W'hite, Margie A. 72 William J. 72 Whiting, Bruce E. 60 Wiard, Ruth Anne 60,130,173 Wichmann,Keith D. 48 Wicker, Michael G. 149,156 Widner, Cathy A. 48 215 Widner, Susan Kay 84 Wiebe, Christine A. 4S,l17,118,l25,l28 Wiebe,JeffD. 84,149 Wierzbinski. Thomas 48 Wilberscheid, Sandra 72 Wilcox. Judith L. 60,128,134 Wilczak, Greg Alan 48 Willard, Marilyn J. 84 Willett. Mark S, 84 Willems, Mike F. 60 Williams, Irene M, 48 Williams, JeffS. 48 Williams. Mark J. 84 Williams, Pamela 48 Williams, Ricky A, 84 Williams, Robert. Jr. 160 Williams. Tim J. 72,148,155 Williams, Wendy Kay 72 Williamson, Cara Ann 84,128 Willis, Charmaine A, 48 Willis, Gary A. 72,73 Willis, Steve L. 60 Willis, William G. 48 Wilmes, James T. 60 Wilson, Dianna J. 60,126,175 Wilson, Kyleen Ann 84,l15,116,125,132 Wing, Kathie A. 60,129 Wingert, Patrice C. 84 Winrzert, Paul M. 72 Winkates, Christine 60 Winkates, Michael 72 WVINTER PLAY 198-199 Winsor, Robert C. 149 Winston, Beth Ann 84,116,130 Winters. Judith Ann 84 Wintz. Gene L. 48 Wintz, Van Carroll 84,163 XVinzer, Karen N. 72,115,l17,l26,175 Wishon, George 83 Wittfoth, Monika 60 Wohlford, Mark D. 48 Wojtkiewicz, David 84 Wojtkiewicz, Mark S. 60 XVojtkiewicz, YVilliam 48 Wolanski, Luke A. 60 Wolf, James John 84 Woloshyn. Jeffrey J. 48 Wood, Judith Ann 48 Woods, Bob 136 Wood, Linda Ann 84,132 Woods, Robert S., Jr. 48 Woods, Daniel R. 60 Wooley, Dawn E, 48 Woollard, Ernest 72 Workman, Diane L. 175 Workman, Mark W. 72 Wright, Robyn E, 48 WRESTLING 161-163 WRESTLETTES 173 Wubbolding. Christine 49 Wuestenfeld, Kathy 60,117 Wuestenfeld, Richard 84,124 Yatteau. Donna A. 49 Yatteau, Richard J. 72 Ybarra,Jesus 49 Yewchyn, Roman, Jr. 72 Young. Danny 60 Acknowledgements The Montage Staff wishes to acknowledge the assistance of the following: Day Publications, foot- ball photographs, page 145: Elk Grove faculty, administration, and secretaries for editorial assis- tance and permission to leave class to work on the Young, Kevin J. 84 Yundt. 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