Elston High School - Elstonian Yearbook (Michigan City, IN)

 - Class of 1963

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Qjig, W .. w pre ,sw -.,,,8 .sv .t-SF? Wliat is this infectious patriotism reflected in Elston's halls? It is pride- justifiable work and striving c of not a vain wreath crowning pompous arrogance, but pride: pleasure taken in accomplishment. For reate the right of pride. It is the exuberance a basketball victory, the tear-sprinkled chant after a loss of 4 gi "We're from M.C. High And no one could be proudetf' We are proud of our achievements-our merit scholars, out chapter of the National Honor Society: proud of our student government in its efforts to better Elston: proud of the physical advancements of our school-a new physics lab, dark room, risers for the music room, classroom television. lv Q so W, N K .x f +gEQ 5 Y Q 5 gg :S X Y we A X x Wg Cd Y, Q wxx-.gx -qw? -.aiftjk N . A . . mf a ive 5 ii N x x A A " " X 'si '5 Qmxlfw ', Q' , W. s .4 .K ,555 A, Q -5 3Qg Q X A N X 'w K... X 1 Q :N X 'ES .U 53 CX. . 7? lf TQ gs! 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Half of Elstonis students had hoarse throats rind frayed nerves, Somehow some sparsely eliid young men and ri great' deal of yelling had brought the Bell Buck. This time it will stay Home. Student Countil president ,Lick Harrison accepts the friendship hell from L:iPorte's Student Council president -luck Roth. 8 P'fir7zf17?? W X ,Q :1 i s up wx 5:22221 I Q A m,X,.y 0,21 , MN, WM N ,wihfil Z -' ' Vg. . , X 5 y .1 xf X -fig: if f - , . a 3 1 'lv sf? N QQ. ,, ,N fig fi. . f ,L X -,,b in -if' ,ww '-2, NU' A V ' 9 ,,-. Ns? M, I r v -.3 J , .ill l X L . '.. ' HOMECOMING CANDIDATES-Front Row! C. Johnson, D. Adler, J. Pontius, M. Alix, T. Gryvna. Second Rou'-' J. Kimble, J. Calvert, G. Anderson, M. Capp, P. Stibbe, K. Haack, J. Hartsl:-urg. Third Row! P. Brown, A. Farmer, M, Maldy, R. Stuart, D. Waltlrep, J. Skierkowski, P. Schwartzenberg, J. Wagner. Fourth Row! S. Piper, I.. Schendel, D. Durand, B. Garrels, P. Haynie, S. Mazur, D. Peters. Fifth Row: A. Oberlink, L. Everett, M. Rolston, M. Hawker, L. Howard. Theresa Gryvna is crowned homecoming queen I - 11 fy? w Busy hands of Terry Smith, Martha Capp, Bert Henry, Lissa Hart, Sharon Yagelski, and Gail Anderson paint the decorations for the side walls. Junior class president, Tom Dolembo, gathers reeds to make the island hut. 12 How can one create a South Seas island from crepe paper, papier mache, wire, canvas, wood, straw, glue, nails, paint, and muscle-power? This was the problem confronting the members of the class of '63 when they made "Bali Hai" their prom themeg they supplied the answer-imagination. For a total of 8,856 hours the juniors worked to make their imagination come alive. These hours were spent earn- ing money for materials in junior concessions, planning decorations in steering committee meetings, gathering mater- ials for and constructing the decorations. As june 1 ap- proached, juniors demonstrated their creativity by working on the decorations. The gratifying moment came when, dressed in formals and tuxedoes, they saw anew what they had worked on in bluejeans. - x ? NX 4 ,1 1' 1 t 1 2 ,V 1,6 I . 5' 54, I fy I K U Af '11 4 5 - ' L " 4 . X ' - . ., n x 4 C -L, , ,LIL H M YI 4 I4 M ! X, 1. - , ., X! 1 f, : , 1 K j 1,-nw 'Y 5 X. . 1' I ' ' ' ' , 1 1 fmf,"" u l N ' 4' x 1,111 fl X ,ix ,f V, , W il K . . , '-tgp -vf , f V 4 ll lmix I A Y. pfhf ,f fl Wlflx' lv 'gym 'I , 1' X Z. wwf! QL: xxx mi X KA , l 11 . ' pf- ff - 1 - o. -. ' 'f ' ' X 21 --4 Q W, f -. ,Y f H ' , YW! ' The problem of constructing n realistic volcano confronts Theresa Gryvnn, john Hileman, and Pam Baker. juniors created the island "Bali Hai." Adding the Gnal touches to the palm trees are Diana Walclrep, Linda Schenclel, and Berry Garrcls. . l .Af v fu 'I 'I-Q x X If J ix E W i E x? T l' , 'K .3 , , i . Q xi ii? all 3 J ,QX1-Y ' ' 3 sl ' S- X S .K ,Ly d K L A 'nl-EE, X wg: K 2 rg K Q5 K K Q N I ' i 3 3 - x l A.. . 'My' 'Q N119 ' . 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Couples entered past a waterfall, saw island scenes on the wall and a grass hut on the Hoorg a volcano loomed menacingly near the danc- ers. Walking around carrying refreshments were young black- haired Polynesians in sarongs and mu-mu's Cusually reliable sources state that these islanders were in reality ordinary sophomoresj. juniors and seniors danced around the palm trees until the grand march, then left for post-prom parties. Soon after, only an auditorium stood where Bali Hai had been. Kathy Ryba, Todd Loveland, Ron Glanz, Theresa Gryvna '11 LIKE HOPSCOTCH-Sylvia Novroske, Ann Lowenthal. Sophomores play it cool at "West Side Story" party 0 3 M X- 'fv 3i"A N gm Q f fl if 16 SHARKS RUMBLE with jets-John Seppye minski, Tom Duszynski, Eugene Shawley, Ro L k QTL? Ace hockey team-Duane Mertl, Tom Dolembo, and Shaun Armour. Candid moments Scott Kunkel, Tell Brink, Mr. Rhoads, John Nichols, and Norm Igelski. in Clmccrlcading mascot, Joy Lyn Jaques, Mr. Hultgrcn and canteen members, Judy Pontius and Johanna Olson. N SLAVIES SING FOR THEIR SUPPER. Jackie Peters, Barb Bankoff, and Cindy Beishline provide entertain- ment for the Roman Banquet. Latin Club banquet is a "Roman Triumph" "THESE AREN'T SOUR GRAPES," Scott Kunkel assures Dorothy Cleveland as Mike Wozniak and Pat Bowers look on. 18 Many hams and few lambs provided an evening of enter- tainment in the annual Honor Society Hams and Lambs show. jack Paar's alter ego, Mr. Lootens, stitched the show together with a constant line of jokes and patter. Mr. Mohammed in- dulged in a whimsical soft shoe portraying jerry Lewis. Stage- stmck students provided several numbers including a brass band and a vocal trio. With a great deal of effort, bed sheets became togas for the Latin Club's Roman Banquet. Students became slaves, serving food and running from table to table with messages. Bob Block and Linda Schenclel received prizes as the best dressed pseudo-Romans. At the end of the banquet, Latin Club mem- bers returned to Twentieth Century and conventional clothes. f ff xy 1.1 r - " 2115 1 X H. ....., X if 3 I ' x 1 :xi .W . I 1 " 2 1 Scott Kunkel, John N1choIs,' Tom Dolembo Mr. Lonzo, Mr, Timberlake X x ki wg -Qsxggm XX Q1 X if L3 'MN' 01" wx I, 1 snfs, 'ua 'vu lgii, so ' qi. n .u. S x A, .-M. Ya? 'I-' -Q . N .Q wx' - s . as . ,., RQ ' ll s 5 f Z5 Q25-ii' Donna Adler, second runner-upg Barbara Weihmiller, junior Missg Donna Peters, first runner-up. Winter events brighten calendar at s at rg, x g? - X. wp Michigan City's Ersr junior Miss Contest was sponsored by the Jaycees in a search for the typical American girl. Their choice was based upon scholarship, personality, community interests, appearance, activities. Barb Weihmiller was selected and represented our city at state contest in Elkhart. Elston's love for the solemnity and tradition of Christmas was high- lighted in two holiday events-the annual Dahlite Christmas Tea and the yearly Thespian Christmas play. The Dahlite Tea in honor of administration oliicials, senior high faculty, parents of Dahlites and special guests was a pleasant afternoon of punch, cookies, and conversation. It was climaxed with the presentation of an original play, "Let's Keep Christmas." Thespians presented two short plays, "None But the Fair," a modern light Christmas play, and "To Us a Son," depicting the reaction of a jewish family who witnessed the Nativity. At the invitation of the Womens Study Club, Thespians gave a special performance of "To Us a Son" at the club's December meeting. 20 6 ,.,.. f A xiii E' Q 1 ' W il 'X-L4::j'a"QA""c A , Q15 v'x1 X ,wif rl 1 P' fr, UI- I , 0 ky' A 5 Sammi' .ix Y 94 w 9 S c.. , 4 1 -r - Q'- - 5 ' 'x..'i'f'f" I x . x M...w+vm-X. 5 5 5 - ,, ,g " '-f- I - , - ,, 'f x ,, -, L ul 5 .,' S8 v 4. 'Q .u. c w 4 GJ ,. If fr V' :iff ,Al .. A, 4 s .Mpf fi,- . Y t .W ,as -e -af-M.,"'Q19' fr-1" t .W -x-x Y ifkwa! 'K . wa. NYM X fri +L-1 rfa at , N, - i',,,. .N a..,, ,, Ak,-mms M- ,k"N,E.,,4f' - v W 4 -fx' W' . ,A s 7 1.-ft -xv l"f.fIN1xv-sf...A, 'V 5'-wr 9' ' ' - if K' - K . ,, Q .,pM ,...,..x- wx, ., my Q we' ,"l .A-...www ':'Sr"x ... , ,agua 1, -M--sv.. ,1 W ,te . X kX.h,- M. A st ., . it J:-X . . ,nw I . Sky. N K' W vi Q, sa. B r . -x X ' N. vw 'X X ,Y krffbf.. I xt, A 45 5. 'ls' - ...ry ' .'. w"N,1'w NL' gl- . X rx r Q ki .3-A. 'N "Happy New Year!" exclaim Mary Mathias, Barbara Miller, Kirk Rogers, and Sue Armstrong. Juniors Bill Pearce, Bill Vaughan, Steve Major, Barbara Skierkowski, joan Pieplow, and Norm Voss make an unsuccessful attempt at tobogganing. K sgsgxgb gfega ,gf 4. like gs ml? .V of Enjoying 1anuary's record cold wave, Drew Reid, Barbara Ricck, Kristi Cook, Howard Habermzin, and Vicki Chern skate at Ames Field. Targets Glenn Wfisnic Bnrblrx C1shb1ui,h in Qs of ski and Scorr Kunkel cringe before Bonnie Rodgers, Connie Sceling, Pam Stibbc, and -.. N .1 lively snow light. wk "BETA . xx .T Q Q Q: . ' N ,gx Qi-rf 5' ,ASQFY 'Y The King A touch of Siam was brought to Elston's stage in THE KING AND I, Rodgers and Hammer- stein's colorful musical of the adventures of Anna Loenowens, English tutor to Siam's royal wives and children during the 186O's. Anna's conflicts with the stubborn king lessened as they came to understand one another. With the death of the king, Anna realized that people who differ can find pleasure and love in these differ- ences. The Mother and son comforted themselves with "Whenever I Feel Afraid"g Anna and the king swayed to "Shall We Dance"g the children marchedg and Anna sympathized with "Hello, Young Lovers." Under the supervision of Mr. Timberlake, di- X J', gp is K gl. WRX 13' an p eq, KS :xx K K 1 F - if s 5 2 R F Q l X NL iii XF: N Nxt it faxxm 6 Q Xt i t i t 5' . 1x,4 . t Ami I rector, Mr. Hendricks, orchestra leader, and Mr. Halpin, technical advisor, two hundred students trans- formed the Junior High Auditorium into a regal palace and court. The lead of the king was played by Scott Kunkelg Anna, Deryle Durandg Lady Thiang, Linda Schendelg Tuptim, Lynn Grahamg Lun Tha, Rick jonesg Prince Chelalongkorn, Fred Stockwell. Their efforts were rewarded when, by popular de- mand, a command performance was held on Monday, February 25th. The members of stage crew, costumes, make-up, properties, publicity, lighting committees 7 and the twenty-three piece student orchestra contrib- uted to the success of the show, a highlight of '63. if E l l M gal, Z -xhi s N i 3 ar . S ' .. . . 1 f . ,fs- -:'." ' , 'S" i ' , sf v. A, sl In his new position Mr. jones discusses schedules with Lynn Yeater and Gail Lowery. Mr. Jones leaves for Barker Mr. WCQIICI' advises Bob Gleason, Sandy Shires, and Ron Glanz on their student activities. ' 26 Mr. Warren CAre we weak, or are we strong?D jones became assistant principal of Elston Senior High in 1955. Guiding student activities, disciplining the waywards, leading pep sessions,-these were some of his tasks. Though it's best not to, many find themselves saying, "Mr. jones said . . or "Mr. jones used to . . Students and faculty miss him-his good humor, loyalty, diligence-and wish him all success and happiness as principal of Barker junior High. Mr. Harold Wegner, former teacher of English, safety, health, physical education, and driver's education, former varsity basketball coach, and present tennis coach and class sponsor, is now assistant principal of Elston Senior High. Today his work includes attendance, tardiness, and requisi- tions. Welcome, Mr. Wegner, our new administrator. Concentrating, Judy and Grissell prepare their lessons for the next day. fi,-M ,M-fi, 1 A ,, V 4 f .n I . , V . , Enjoying her favorite pastime, Grissell watches television with Kathy and Judy. Exchange student joins Elston community The class of '63 acquired a new student, Carmen Grissell Perez Cordoba, known as Grissell to Elston students. Grissell, whose home is in Caracus, Venezuela, arrived in Michigan City August 26th as a foreign exchange student. During her stay in Michigan City, Grissell lived with Mr. and Mrs. Al Pontius and their childreng Judy, Lynda, Gil, and Kathy. Grissell shared in the fun and responsibilities of the family by helping with housework and baby-sitting, watching T.V., and enjoying hamburgers Cher favorite American foodj. Grissell's school in Caracus differed from Elston in many respects. There, students remained in the same room all dayg moving from room to room at first thoroughly confused Gris- sell. She has undertaken government, U. S. History, advanced social, public speaking, and English seven and eight in her study. Between June 10 and 25 Grissell will tour major United States cities with other exchange students. After this Grissell will return home to her family and her friends. "Do not pass GO. Do not collect SZOOV' exclaims Grissell to Gil, Kathy, and Judy. x Carol Norris, above, and Barbara Weihmiller, seniors, teach Hrst graders in Eastport School under the guidance of Miss Kozen, Mrs. Hippensteel, and Miss Lueth. They found teaching to be rewarding and enjoyable. Seniors gain valuable experience through cadet teaching 28 'fk ' X S, -i,mg51f5V-Nr L A M K - kg.1-Qxxg x W A XS, 1.., W my E .Y xv Q, L ,rkk mms! l 1 I 3 X 2 10' F . 1 x K w -.ix-A Q , , ,- .Ni -its 'gnu fa'- RUTH CB. Rosenberg? LAMENTS the problems of an aspiring au- thor as the Wreck CD. Flaniganj cheerfully earns his keep by ironing. 4 0 ey, "BUT OFFICER, this is my father," fBeryle Burgwaldj Ruth CI-Ielen Shockj explains to the suspicious policeman CBruce Burgwaldj. juniors present "My Sister Eileeni' EILEEN CKim Frierb LEADS an admiring Congo line. B. Rosenberg, D. Abel, D. Franks, T. Loveland, M. Bartlett, L. Job, D. Erickson. Seniors Barbara Weihmiller, John Hileman, and Bruce Chambers rehearse in the study hall Seniors present Harvey Juniors and seniors spent hours preparing their class plays, both well-known comedies. Juniors romped through "My Sister Eileen" on November 16 and 17. The plot revolved around the experiences of two small town Ohio girls in New York City. Eileen fLynn Graham, Kim Friery the sweet, innocent actress attracted a weird assortment of characters to the sister's Greenwich Vil- lage basement apartment much to the consternation of the practical authoress Ruth CHelen Shock, Betsy Rosenbergj. An enthusiastic audience watched resolution of their problems. On March 29 and 50 seniors presented Mary Chase's Harvey. The title lead was a six foot white rabbit Ca pookal who was invisible to everyone except Elwood P. Dowd Cjohn Hilemanj. Veta Simmons CBetty Garrelsj planned to place her brother in Dr. Chumley's CScott Kunkelj Rest Home as a last effort to save daughter Myrtle's CSusie Andersonj social life. But Elwood proved to his sister and the Rest Home staff that he was sane and that Harvey was a reality-or was he? A pleasant addition to the plot was the sometimes-up some- times-down romance between Dr. Sanderson CRick jonesj and Nurse Ruth Kelly CBarbara Weihiimillerj. Other members of the cast were: Marilyn Cook, Jackie Widmar, Bruce Chambers, Deryle Durand, Terry Ryden, and Ed Woodrick. I FEEL PRE! IY," is sung by Diana Waldrep and accompanied by the band. Mr. Hendricks, conductor of Elston's band, opened the first combined band and choral assembly with a fanfateg the chorus, under Mr. Timberlake, followed with "Everything's Coming up Roses." After an introduction by Mr. jones, the program continued with several combined band and chorus numbers. Scott Kunkel performed a rendition of "We Got Trouble" from Mzuic Many two groups of local hillbillies performed. The Modern jazz Chorus, backed by the Dance Band, sang several popular songs. The assembly closed with the national anthem and the school loyalty song. HOU WI Rl Tl MPTATION adds 1 bit of variety to the assembly Lynn Graham, Stewart X ELSTONIAN photographer Tom Robison prepares chemicals ro print pictures in Elsrorfs new darkroom, which was complcrcil and equipped this fall. Concentration produces quality Work Seniors Judy Bcnowirz, Diane Kolobuchowski, Ann Oberlink, Ken Dec, Glenn Dec spend many evenings at the public library working on term papers. 33 S Nm, 1 Q.. V Q -1 X4 N' S K! A Y, Q5 k SQ ,1 F X- X xy x, M i QP --Q E I 54 .ff 55 V 'fi f-'S f N ' 3 . O x, iksf I is my A 9 xQ.. 35 . Sk .X PM '55 if if -4 S. f I .. 3 V X: 1 Q Q A- 'if' wal X , A sibk, NX A R N. as 'tk H 5 1 HE'S TRAPPEDl but Bert Henry escaped and pitched to J. B. Kiser for a 72 yard touchdown. LARRY BEAVER is caught from behind by a Washington lineman in City's Home- coming game. Red Devils uphold Overman tradition Coach Vic Overmaifs Fighting Red Devils upheld a City- Overman tradition when they tied the Senators of East Chicago Walslmingtoxi 14-14. During the eight years that Coach Over- man and his staff have been at Michigan City High, the Fight- ing Red Devils have never lost a homecoming. The Big Red, besides tieing Wasliingtoii, spoiled two other homecomings, defeating Hobart's Brickies and The Goshen Redskins to ruin successful seasons for both teams. The Senators, ranked number two in the state, were stunned when Bert Henry rolled around his own left end, then pitched to halfback bl. B. Kiser who completed the 72 yard scoring run. Halfback Larry Beaver scored the other touchdown on a two yard plunge to complete the stunning upset. TERRY SMITH scoops in a 35 yard pass from quarterback Bert Henry during the LaPorte game. City jumps to the lead in a double win over LaPorte and Lew Wallace's cross country squads. Nate Gibson, Eugene Wliite, Duane Kelly, and jim Henley lead the pack and City to another victory. "Excellent times," Two-milers run to Winning season remarks coach Doug Adams to runner, Steve Major. ""'f a if Qs V '. t v' .A Q- 'in 'FW' 1 J, i - X . as 'album ww. .t...w. an And they're off! Michigan City Municipal Golf Course is the setting when cross country runners Cbarefoot to cut down fatigue due to weight of shoesb streak across fairway and rough. Coach Adams stalks his men on a little motor scooter as they run the two mile course. As in golf the low score wins with the first five finishers of each team accounting for the score. Wrestling was new this year at Elston. Although this was an organization year for the team, invaluable experience was gained in the two matches played with LaPorte and Chesterton. Each afternoon the twenty team members under the direction of Coach Cripe worked out with weights and practiced the fundamental holds of wrestling. Graduation will take two of the outstanding team members, john Greenway and Ken Dee, but prospects for next year's team look favorable. xx.,-. -:w4,,,..f'1.,,..f.,..+, ..-KM - rake ,,f"'t , .-,saw .far ,.L Q my if-Q ' Terry Darrow pins john Jacobs with a reverse half nelson ancl a leg tic up. Wrestling comes to Elston John Jacobs, on top, and Terry Darrow take the referees position . ,f" . .E of .,,,.i4-a-- ,V , A.. ...ew-nm to begin thc match. John Greenway is halfway through ii Grcmaifs curry in n pinning combination ovcr Ken Dee. 37 J. B. Kiser leads the Red Devils through the hoop in an overtime win against the Marshall Commandos. City cops No. 1 spot with tourney wins Terry Smith attempts a reverse layup as Dale Phillips and John Rhodes wait to rebound. " . . . so make it a good game, will ya, Doug? lt's a long trip and a lot of people will make it, so try not to disappoint them." This approximates a conversation be- tween Coach Adams and an Evansville newspaperman several days before the number two ranked Red Devils met the number one ranked Evansville Bosse in the annual East Chicago Holiday Tournament. The Devils made it so interesting C75-615 that Bosse played Hammond Morton in the consolation game the second night. The second evening Elston's cagers met E.C. Wasliington Cranked fourth and vitually unbeatable on their home Hoorj and whipped the Senators 68-46, the first time the Devils had beaten Washington at East Chicago since 1957 when they won on a forfeit. The Devils have been participants in this tournament only three times, losing once, winning twice. 1 f4 W4 si. l sig -n 'o Aff I 1' The Fighting Red Devils of Coach Dave Parry won a Division Championship in Coach Parry's second year as head coach. His assistant, Paul Michaels, pitched regularly for Indiana three years agog his knowledge was a big factor in the Devils' success. Early in April City played South Bend Central at Ames Field, beating the Bears 6-5 in a game that excited an un- usually large crowd at the local diamond. The lead changed hands several times with the contest going one extra inning. The Red Devils were down 5-5 going into the last of the eighth inning. The inning started when Norm Porterfield lined out to centerheld, and things started to look pretty dim. Doug Greenlaw reached first base via a dropped third strike, and Jimmy Arnold drove Greenlaw home with a 390 foot tripleg Arnold's triple was followed by walks to Terry Smith, Bert Henry, and Bob Pileckig Pilecki's Walk forced in Arnold to tie the score and load the bases. Tom Tiedeman then fouled out to the catcher. Dennie Cox came up with two out, the bases loaded, and the winning run on third base. Cox lined a single to centerfield driving home the game's winning run and with it the Division Championship. he lead run in the championship clash with S. B, Central. ' X , . . , . --,N K, W. Q .i, , . S.. pert ' 5 -7 ' "Q xi. v.2.i Q I-iw' I . f 'R .a, , . , , ,,, ,. ..,..f-,Q yffqs.-:'A,Q.w nh.. 5Q.? . , Ns 5,-. i . K I A A .al 5. , , N. . Q., l . , , Y , K f M x , D .s , .Y S. . ' V W A K 6 PICK OFF! Tommy Tiedeman gets back to first ahead of Cenrral's pick off throw. A HIT! Norm Porterfield slams a Devils Cop 16 of 21 games single to centerfield as the Red Devils defeat S.B. Central 6-5. . 1 .- 1 '. ..' Q4 .. -V f . 'v-.. Ny' g 'fr 21-ef 41 H P - 5 . 'A' Q1 ,x' inns- ' iff JUMPING JOHN SELKE strains over the bar as City beats South Bend Central. UGH! says Bruce Chambers as he puts the shot in a local track meet Trackmen run and jump to 5 wins THEY'RE OFF! City milers dash to the lead as City whips Valpo on the cinders. -O wg 4YV'Kug 42 C7 A 1' Q Q, ' . I 14 ' V Lux" ,, 1 I ' L. K ...i 1' L .f fx',"'fIl.' Y-"1 ' if ' Y 'D , If , ww , , L' X A 1 el, Lt LY' ', . ff Individual sports yet a team effort-this is the case in golf and track and swimming. Runners dash through snow and ice during pre-season practiceg Mark Winski C5'8", 145 pounds? defeats John Serbin C6'5", 225 poundsj in the Ham- mond Invitationalg in its second year Coach Kuszmaul's Swim- ming Team chalks up an 8-6 season and wins the Goshen Relays. These activities, bringing growth, pleasure, success, dotted the '63 sports calendar. Coach Ross Kuzmaul shows the best qualifying time to top swimmers John Curtis, jeff Weitlner, Dennis Kurz, and Tom Reed. :www-M.. 1 39 . 1 i' Q- 1 1 S Q v ' 41 .5--. Q-1 '- ' . :Dick Schaximnnn and fohnnie Crawford: Honor Society members, gol- 'iect contributions for the Channel 11 Drive. ' ' ,Ext ...- -4-I ff Many Elston students participate in the local People-in-Politics classes. Community projects combine service, learning Elston students are the mechanism through which national and regional charities draw support from the community. The clothing drive, sponsored here by the National Honor Society, received outgrown garments from home room members, and from these same home rooms, Honor Society members re- cruited workers for their door to door canvass of the Michigan City area for the Channel ll Drive Cwhich, incidentally, yielded a record S1200 this yearj. For the March of Dimes Elston students spent a Saturday morning and afternoon hawking peanuts on Franklin Street corners. A golden jug containing the ashes of Marvin the Magnifi- cent Can aardvarkj was presented to the homeroom giving the most money to the Elston Squeeze, the high school united fund. The community-sponsored P.I.P. Course gives students and adults a chance to study practical political method. This self- taught course encourages members to participate in politics at all levels. Jack Harrison, Student Council president, presents the Iilston golden pot to Dorothy Berkes, Squeeze 45 li as V1 Q s . Q w Q I 'TQ xt A f 4 J A... f 5 S M D 1 m if if 5 I g was x -- :Je A 3 5 ' M ge Q "f W-3' Q3 z I A .. Q K S A x sul' 'ASEE L K-4--..., ,mM-mwmg' ""---..,.., 1 '. ,..-A V I-.Z Gig T... Y! -... D0 NUI SHIP BY RAILWAY EXPRESS I KN ,,, N IN FIU. IBGVF TNI . nom -' : I f ,5 fun 5. I-L., X Q Z 47 'ix Q ,J . ,wmv -- ii ig S X X xx X A me 5 A N-. ,535 X x ,Z .,,.fv" 'UE Lf if If '7'6aiQQ4dr oL'j"nf V john Hileman stocks the dairy counter. Students employed in Community WJ Linda Schendel, Cheryl Ann Gallas enjoy a practice session. 49 kr.-I kkkf r- I .gp EI , A iligfll E A If s ff .ff fx ff 67 i Q I Sk N qi Q j 3 if , in ,QW- i Qi ' K L e my xi, Q pg i .. K . , . . 4 iifix :..i3, '.,k 5. fl.. 5. , ti EX 1 x f "' 1 an 5,553 ...QR ---... ' ..1'Z.?. 7 E an 5 F 9 L 3 Rn 2 5 K, .Y V1 nw , , , v -'fax U'-fu nu., l ff' T MQa'?t Hmm? 37? t .Q Q E! WM.. MMM, I 1 1 5 .QF X.. tv-A , Mr. John Johnston, lecturer, explains a molecular structure Mr. lid Wliite, Mary Mathias, and Dan Franks at a Science to Mr. joe Alinsky, RoAnn Stuart, Seminar meeting. Local businesses provide educational opportunities Michigan City's business community makes possible a variety of opportunities for interested Elston students. An- nually on Career Day representatives of over fifty different occupations come to the high school and speak for approxi- mately two hours to students interested in those helds. The variety ranges from undertaking to baseball, engineering to nursing. Sinai Sunday Evening Forum is so popular with students that an entire section is set aside for them. Buying a series ticket at the special S52 price, students are privileged to hear world-famous speakers from fields of science, literature, theater, politics, journalism, and government. The Michigan City Science Seminar for Advanced Students was organized in january, 1961. Twenty-nine students were then chosen to participate. The group, under the direction of Mr. Joe Alinsky, meets each Monday evening at the Weil McLain conference room. Professional lecturers are drawn from local and area industries. Student members are selected each year through screening and examination. Without community cooperation these activities would be impossible. Now students are able to take part in community- wide, diversified educational programs. 51 Seniors are measured for caps and gowns in the library. Jeff McWhorter, Mrs. Wfestphal. Seniors Ed Woodrick, Ron Glanz, Tim Dunlap, Pam Stibbe, and Trisha Wilson ponder college materials. Wlizxt does the senior think during the graduation ceremony? "Walk slowly, Keep in step. Relax. Don't be nervous. Watch everyone. Look, there's Mom and Dad--don't smile. This is serious. Look at the tassel sway-back and forth, back and forth. Turn slowly-very dramatic, aren't we? Face the front. Sit slowly. Please be there, chair. Thank you. Here comes our speaker-he's not too bad. just a little to his left is where we had our volcano. That Prom was fun-painting and stretch- ing and building. Right over there were two palm trees. And there was our tropical hut. "These seats get hard. Yes, I know, Graduation is a begin- ning not an end. End-I remember the end of that LaPorte game in the Sectionals. It sure was good to beat them, and we got the bell back. Wliat a wild game. That was the week before term papers. What a mess. l'm sure lucky to be here. Time to go. "Walk slowly across the stage. 'Thank you. Thank youf Move the tassel. Don't trip. Boy, that leather feels good. Let the beginning beginll' 52 rin ,L .X 'W me ww-sm 9 i' - 1 . W xt ski . K Vs SS 2 'f -enum I gk 3 X. 9 Q Qk 'X N 2 ff , W J 5 f ,f X ,. Q f' if If 1 f S Y f , X V .. I LVN' lm' 3 L 'gin-.., .ser-.f sn- 'fi ,,,f""f' 60" ,.i if '24 W Classes are the backbone of the schoolg they are the school's primary purpose, and the average student spends 72W of the school day attending classes. '- if A variety of courses is offered i ' at Elston, X ...c ii' from auto shop to advanced social studies to gym. But these classes are not, as one might think, a ' disorganized collection of courses that have only P the same roof in commong they are unified by the basic principle of American education followed at Elston: the development of each pupil's full potential. Pride in this pursuit of excellence unifies the academic side of Elston- another facet of Elston's Bond of Pride. icademdca Science department Elsron has added new courses to its math and science departments. For the second year geometry is taught on the Ball State Teachers' College Plan. This accelerated course is based on the postulates of Hilbert rather than those of Euclid. Algebra III, also accelerated, places more importance on the structure of mathematics and the idea of sets. Trigo- nometry, originally the study of indirect measurement of right triangles, is now emphasizing the relationship among the six trigonometric functions. In the spring semester a new course combining analytic geometry and an introduction to calculus was initiated. Analytic geometry is the study of geometry by algebraic methods. Calculus is concerned with rates of change, areas under curved lines, and limits of Tom Burns, Chemistry III student, titrates concentrated hydrochloric acid while Kathy Schaeffer, Chemistry I Student, tests its electro- conductivity in effort to determine the acid's degree of ionization. In the new physics lab Wayne Simerlein and Bob Block experiment with the formation of a real image by use of two convex lenses. receives face-lifting infinite series. Solid geometry and college algebra complete the mathematics curriculum. Students now have a new physics lab in which to study the effect of forces on matter. Originally the physics depart- ment had two separate roomsg now S507 is a combination lab and lecture room. The physics textbook is divided into four sections: space and time, optics and waves, motion and energy, electricity and atomic structure. Aspiring chemists spend their time on lab work in the newly offered Chemistry III and IV classesg they analyze unknowns and do original research. Chemistry I and II classes study the chemical composition of 103 elements by the chem- ical bond approach. Claudia Hamlin explains the complexities of an acute angle to Dennis Pellar by using the overhead projector which reflects her work on the screen for the entire geometry class to see. kr: l the V Xgk Ei 9-i MR. DONOGHUE, explaining a newspaper clipping about Scottish clans, provides ideas for special reports to Becky Sprague, Charlie West, and John Keneflck. Social studies kindles pride in our heritage N ' ...S W ,Q f ' X ,ff ja 1:11 Y Z ' X M! . -- ' f , . I l i ' " ' .7' .I 1 . , 'A fy A ,FJ W ' f l W .. , v , ... ' 1 -jj ' 1, . ff' 1 0- 3 + of ,.f-if f I f' " P "' 46 "7 ' The two years of social studies necessary for gradua- tion provide knowledge of our American heritage and prepare us for voting. World history outlines the development of the modern world: the contributions of various ancient civilizations, music, art, and literature of various periods. In United States history, students are exposed to our immediate heritage, the political, economic, social progress of our country in this two-semester course. U. S. Government class delves further into the political development of the United States and Indiana. Pupils study various Ameri- can parties and the departments and procedures of Congress. One unit is concerned with voting qualifica- tions and elections. Special time devoted to Indiana's political scene gives a knowledge of Indiana state, coun- ty, township, city, town governments. This year LaPorte County's election was an extra bonus providing aware- ness of the political scene. American problems is a one-semester course con- cerned with the social problems of our country. The students use one textbook from which they gain infor- mation on civil rights, religious persecution, and other social difhculties. Each student has a research project. Advanced social studies also reaches about America's social problems, but in this class no particular textbook is used. Students make outlines from research they do in libraries. A term paper is done in conjunction with English 8. 'K' 'NPS N f N-WRX. jack Harrxson learns that one nxght 15 --wp, 1' 1- vu- Q-Yjkav Www Mr. L zo effecuvely ,f -A-4 ,,-ff ,l MMM M- tr.-D K. Q--' nv'- P'- W S N. - r--b ' Y K A ix . . . Q Q , .. as x Q, 1' J s J .Q VXQ. nh,- Becky Hicks reprimands her bull terrier, Mickey, for soiling her newly-upholstered desk chair, her home project for interior decorating. Girls prepare for homemaking career Many girls are anxious to be proficient in homemakingg approximately twenty per cent of our girls are taking foods, sewing, fashion art, or interior decorating. Girls who take interior decorating learn to decorate a room tastefully. They study different periods of furniture and various manufacturers, draw floor plans, learn to keep a room balanced. The girls examine samples of wallpaper, upholstery, panelings, and acquire a knowledge of proper color schemes. The climax of the course comes when the girls turn in home projects: cover pillows, chairs, rugs, draperies. Four semesters of clothing provide a background for any seamstress. Girls learn various stitches, different facings and linings, a diversity of styles and materials. Students progress from projects of cotton skirts and blouses to semi-formals to formals. In the spring fashion show each girl displays an article of clothing she has made during the past year. Home nursing, basically a course teaching the proper care of patients, has interesting diversifications such as baby care. First aid, sanitation, procedures of bomb shelter living are taught in accordance with the idea of civil defense. The girls study to cheer, comfort, care for the bed-ridden, this includes bathing, feeding, moving, and doctoring the patient. Miss Kemena indicates the proper method of bathing a baby to Murtie Roland and Helen Bell. Students enter business well-prepared Although the business world is becoming highly mechan- ized, there is still no substitute for a good oflice worker. fgggftqaaco Typing is a must for any secretary. In Typing One students learn the positions of the keys the proper setting of margins, Q . . ' . f the cleaning of a typewriter. Learning the correct posture at K! the typewriter is an important factor in gaining speed and f' accuracy. In Typing Two the goal of the student is to excel Q. in speed and become even more accurate. The major under- W taking is typing a booklet. In Typing Three students work mainly on general problems and writing business letters. e f 'i 'i ff g Students are often in the office machine room after school, A 5 ' each anxious to improve the quality of his work and to gain f y? ' speed and accuracy in the use of the various ofiice machines. x S 'RA iw "i?,- 4" ' E The students learn to skillfully operate such machines as add- 'QQUQSXE Q 42, . 2 ing machines, duplicators, dictaphones, electric typewriters, X ' 3: i A mimeographing machines. l ' U .t :., -1 V 7, Included in the wide variety of subjects offered in the it i 'g 'Z clerical course are bookkeeping, shorthand, general business, ' 2 business English. In bookkeeping pupils learn to "balance books" and keep ledgers, and in shorthand learn a quick way of taking letters and notes. In secretarial practice students take practice jobs for two weeks at a time and get on-the-job experience. Despite a broken arm Jim Toole manages the problem of Checking her work as she types, Kathy Zolvinski listens for cleaning his typewriter. instructions on the dictaphone. Mrs. Urquhart explains the operation of the mimeograph machine to Geor- gia Miller, i Vocational classes train for trades Irvin Layman polishes his bookcase as Mike Troy works diligently at a saw in Wood Shop I. In first year wood shop pupils learn the use of hand tools. Projects usually consist of simple bookshelves or bookends. In Wood Shop Two boys draw their own plans and study about refinishing. Before one may use a machine, he must read a book giving details on proper use and safety. Machine Shop Two is concerned with teaching the boys the basic fundamentals of hand tools and simple machines. Exposure to the more dangerous milling machine comes in second year machine shop. The milling machine ClltS metal with a multi-edged rotating tool. Its versatility makes it the shop's most useful machine. In vocational shop the boys do repair and maintenance work. Mechanical drawing teaches proficiency with drawing instru- ments, lay-outs, basic shop terminology, symbols. Blueprinting gives an understanding of the relationship between blueprint- ing and industry. The boys acquire an adequate understanding of shop mathematics and the ability to sketch properly. They also learn dimensioning procedures, common machine trade terms, common symbols of industrial drawings. Power machine shop, formerly auto shop, electric shop, and welding are also offered. In all of Elston's shop classes safety is stressed. Boys protect themselves with aprons, gloves, goggles. Thorough instruction is given in proper handling of machines and tools. "Is this where it comes out?" asks Ted Herrbach of Mr. Sacks as john Nichols feeds a blueprint into the machine. ff 1? '53 64 N , K. Q fff mfr f Wffflflllllf ,f Q. I I 98-C vx 'W ,ff me ...., 3. rw . ...e,..,Qmw X Raft , ,af Under the supervision of Mr. Adams, Tom Wine, jim Wiskeman, and Sandy Joyce learn to change a flat tire in drivers' education class, Electives develop talents and skills Aspiring vocalists sing in boys' and girls' choruses? mixed chorus, and a cappella. New to the vocal department is a course in harmony which emphasizes music composition and chord progression. Students are required to compose an origi- nal song or write a thesis on a musical instrument. Band and orchestra meet daily for interested musicians. Each band division receives special help in a weekly band sectional. Art students work with chalk and "dry" brushes. Crafts students experiment with paper mache, wood carving, clay, mosaics. Drivers' training gives the student important hehind-the- wheel experience and shows him the responsibilities of having 66 a car. Beginning students maneuver around imagined hazards in the parking lot to build confidence. Once on the road they concentrate on increasing driving skills--directional changes, parallel and angle parking, proper intersection approaches. Special term projects and panel discussions are highlights of our safety and health programs. Safety pupils draw charts, dashboards, and learn the functions of automobile parts. To stress safety in summer school, students observe traffic viola- tions from a corner for an hour each week. This teaches them defensive driving. Health students are finding it a challenge to take apart and reassemble the plastic body which is a new addition to the health department. Stephanie Vivian gzaily mimics the choir boy she paints as part of the nrt classes' window decorating project ut yule time. Jill Olson and Connie Brooker signify their presence in girls' 'Observe that fest," Mr, Hgmlflglxg fellb Bob kgmp in Lund gcc chorus by turning their rugs. tionals, a time when each instrumcnmlist runivts xttcntion X P1114 ,J 1 ijsfiav-J A ' fi 'jijgi 1 9 1 1' .41 ' Q QM' W 'N gffiqxj x Q14 si 4 Z1 iQ 659, ii Qt Higgiif r r f 355i N ilu,-. " A X x ', . x I l' N " 1' 4 . ' Lg e .1-H' 3 1 , . - ' , , , , X 'L ' ' , , ,-M - x ' I: M 2 Y!! A, , . Y f, P l I cl X ,fp A a u 'NTI .V 4: XX' A 9 it s " X Q X 1 W 'NY E 1 A j M A A ,,,:N,,u,.,,, if .,,,f,.,w, .. -.-... ,,...- ff " X jackie Skierkowski, third year Spanish student, listens to Spanish tapes while Peg Schwartzenberg arranges her map of South America, a Spanish I project. r German I students Pat Haynie, Margie Noveroske, and Gail Oclle imitate Mr. Hibbs as he demonstrates the proper formation of an "umlaut." John Valentine, Helen Shock, and Dan Steinlce broadcast the public school news program from the AVA department. 4 X 68 Language department adds third year For the first time Elston offers a third year for each lan- guage. Students may continue to increase fluency and gain further historical and cultural background in German, French, Latin, Spanish. French has had a complete face-lifting. Pupils view movies produced by Encyclopedia Britannica, supplementary to movies are scripts and tapes of each scene. Each class pro- gresses at its own rate of comprehension and memorizariong the film set increases in difiiculty with each episode. Journalism teaches the tricks of the newspaper trade to aspiring journalists. Lay-outs, dummies, advertising, interview- ing are problems which pupils learn to solve, This year's journalism I students publish an edition of the COMET, gaining an experience and appreciation of the difficulties Journalism ll students encounter as editors of the CRIMSON COMET, Elsron's bi-monthly newspaper. Pupils gain platform finesse in public speaking. They acquire the skill to organize their speeches by using logic, references and general requirements necessary for the various types of public address-introducing, award, persuading speeches. One public speaking class has been giving the public school system news live on the radio two days a week. Public Speaking II students practice debating and spend time on an interpretation unit. The English department teaches grammar, spelling, theme- writing. Pupils receive background in English and American literature and study several English classics. FRENCH I STUDENTS view a French movie, a new method for learning in the French department. 69 Y A Bond of pride unites Elston's divergent elements: a Wood shop Student brushing sawdust from his trousers, an advanced soc. student typing a term paper at 3:00 a.m., a madly cheering crowd at a basketball game, a candlelit Honor Society ceremony, football players slamming into dummies during practice, ELSTONIAN Workers biting deep into pencils While puzzling out layouts, couples in tuxedoes and formals at the prom, students in bluejeans at a football game, Dahlites delivering Thanksgiving baskets to the poor, businessmen and executives walking through school on B.l.E. Day, students doing homework far into the night, all these are united in the feeling we have for all facets of our school, by a Bond of Pride. Uzgczncyczfiaraa 1 2 '! - 2 ' " 605 ff' Q A - - A i iii Bi HONOR SOCIETY-Front row: R. Craig, B. Hornyak, M. Feinn, M. Alix, D. Cleveland, B. Lewis, C. Cullom, C. Williamson, P. Tylisz, B. Fox, P. Poeschel, J. Kubik, L. Burton, C. Tiebert, J. Dawson, J. Johnston, D. Brown, B, Krueger, S. Jensen, B. Slutzkin, A. Christiansen, P. Johnson, J. Hilemfm. Second row: Mr. Lonzo, sponsor, B. Henry, K. Welsh, J. Weber, J. Sturm, S. Ohlm- stead, A4 Oberlink, P. Whinnen, P. Stibbe, C. Fox, J. Crawford, B. Garrels, M. Bitrs, D. Bieder- ladt,sK. Haynie, G, Anderson, M. Chern, M. Rolston, S. Ohlund, R. Jones. Thin! row: E. Kuc, P..Moriarty, D. Mertl, J. Kolasa, L. Schendel, D. Waldrep, L. Gardner, N. Johnson, S. Frier, R. Young, J. Wid ar, D. Peters, P. Nowfeb D. Ankony, P. Will, T. Gryvna, M. Krebs, J. Allen, K Murr y -Dffgffblbiffk D Parcels" 'ourtb rou"J Fareher B Harbart D Plank T Dolembo A.Q,.,,- - ,- ,- . D. Schaurnah, D. Qlrmstrong, M. Mihali , T. Smith, P. Miller, R. Ashton, T. Neushel, D. Swine- hart, Qannwart, C. Schroeder, J. Nlerx, J. Ackil, D. Pochron. ,- t. to xx ' - Y ' B f X x f -. t Honor Society ,Qudent Council X ' x ' l , , w ,J J J C7 ,XJ STUDENT COUNCILL-From row: B. Rosenberg, P. Carson, L. Schmidt, J. Beclctell, P, Wyatt, M. Herbert, C. Kopczyk, L. Pontius, M. LaRocco, M. Hering, Mr. Parry. Second row: S. Armour, P. Johnson, D. Fishibacher, N. LaFountain, J. Czizek, J. Mirnick, A. Oberlink, L. Hunn, P. Novak, T, Wiseman, Giese, T. Lutz, Mr. Parry, sponsor. Third roz1'.' J. Crawford, S. Pioer, K. Swanson, D. Franks, R. Stuart, P. McBride, R. Sims, P. Zook, L. Schendel, J. Elliot, B. White, J. Nicholas, D. Plank, J. Harxison. Fourth row: J. Curtis, V. Norberg, J. Thomas, E. Susnis, R. Hedstrom, O. Lubke, J. Valentine, R, Delco, C. Bauer, T. Binsz, G. Schilf, D. Church, D. Gloff, J. Kohn. Xu .X .f ff i i . .QTf..,. ff, ' 1 it A ii --'. ' r 1 ELSTONIAN-Front row: J. Calvert, J. Wagner, M. Capp, K. Benford. Second row: S. Armour, G. Rose, P. Moriarty, C. Demos, R. Haberman. Third row: S. Piper, K. Zolvinski, G. Anderson, M. Rolston, L. Koma- sinski, S. Przybylinski, P. Ruby, Mrs, Nightingale, sponsor. Elstonian Crimson Comet CRIMSON COMET--Front row: C. Bohlim, K. Sprunger, L. Vernick, S. Ebert, J. Harvey, C. Simson. Second row: I.. Mettlen, J. Benowitz, J. Calvert, J. Skierkowski, J. Tucker, P. Segelstrom, N. Calvert, Advisor. Third row: J. Harrison, C. Messina, C. Fox, M. Maldy, D. Johnson, D. Thorsen, D. Abel, B. Gillman. Fourth row: D. Dunlop, E. Woodrick, J. Valentine, G. Couch, C. Loetz, J. Joseph, B. Miller, R. Jones. 73 ,.. x..x. M ,,.. ga... .. ..,, N... . ...gr J., gk kt. ,v W...t..,.......... .A A - P.-wmv. .M .naw . ,.,M,,..,w.,..... K - ,A - k o ' . K DAHLITES-Front row: S. Przybylinski, K. Kowalski, S. Yagelski, J. Calvert, P. Stibbe, J. Skier- kowski, B. Cashbaugh, D. Durand. Second row: C. Schroeder, S. Ebert, N. Hill, R. Young, D Boehnlein, J. Widmar, B. Bankoff, M. Mathias, S, Weber. Third row: C. Beishline, K. Mross B. Morrison, J. Peters, C. Bard, R. Stuart, K. Valentine, C. Lockridge, Miss Dahlberg, L. Glade Mrs. Westphal, H. Shock. Dahlites Thespians THESPIANS-Front row: L. Graham, B. Garrels, M. Cook, L. Howard, Mrs. Pohl, Second row D Peters D. Durand, S. Pudlo, D. Waldrep, H. Shock, P. Ruby. Third row: J. Hileman, R Jones T Dolembo, R. Sralbaum, R. Ayad, S. Kunkel. . .. . K... K, M ,..- - -2. -i .sm xX S 74 A 1 J Second rou. S. Riley, J. Wagner, M. Capp, G. White, H. Shock, J. Harvey, Mr. Third row: P. Stibbe, S. Yagelski, J. Widrnar, L. Komasinski, K. Henrich. Fourth linski, D. Abel, R. Stalbaum, B. Burgwald, D. Flanigan, D. Durand. Black Friars Hall HALL PATROL-Front row: S. Armour, T. Giese, L. Smith, J. Crawford, K, Zolvinski, R. Young, L. Watson, S. Arens, B. Henry, M. Wozniak. Second row: J. Mathias, J. Torgesen, M. Leins, M. Winski, J. Bonfield, J. Hileman, V. Payne, S. Henry, D. Kelley, Mr. Abraham, sponsor. Third row: T. Kurz, J. Farley, D. Pliske, S. Janes, D. Greenlaw, P. Zook, D. Steinke, J. Heuring, G. Brooks, M. Bartlett. Fourth row: C. Bauer, J. Weidner, D. Mettl, D. Orlowski, T. Bietry, J. Skonieczny, P. Dodson, N. Gipson, S. Warner. Fiflb row: J. Harrison, J. Haynes, M. Kohn, B. Boehnlein, B. Applegate, T. Smith, E. Woodrick, M. Cappy, B. Bannwart. 75 elpin, sponsor row: S. Przyby- Patrol BLACK FRIARS-Front row: S. Shires, G, Courington, J. Rockwood, L. Howard, T. Levinson. 1 P . . H 1 f all 4 HALL MONITORS-Front row: M. Alix, P. WenclaH, G. Kalil, D. Adler, B. Garrels, C. Kopczyk S. Anderson, K. Ryba, D. Berkes. Second row: D. Kienitz, L. Vernick, M. Westphal, P. Schnick J. Skierkowski, C. Keller, T, Gryvna, G. Sprague, P. Beebe, A. Oberlink. Third row: H. Haberman S. Grimm, B. Stahoviak, P. Zook, K. Davis, D. Richter, M. Smith, N. Foldenauer, C. Demos, J Torgesen. Fourth row: D. Greenlaw, J. Bonfield, J. Skonieczny, J. Roames, T. Binz, S. Pollock A. Miller, J. Greenway, J. Arnett, R. Schaumann. Hall Monitors HALL MONITORS-Front row: C. Schoof, K. Block, J. Hartsburg, C. Eldridge, S. Arens, L. Wat- son, P. Mignery, J. Gill, F. Schoof. Second row: J. Ludwig, J. Harrison, H. Kennebrew, D. John- son, M. Wozniak, S. Meyer, S. Mazur, M. Terry, K. Haack, D. Peters. Third row: V. Vemick, S. Kunkel, R. Lubeznik, R. Witek, G. Couch, R. Ganschow, M. Bartlett, K. Rogers, B. Ford. Fourth row: D. Reid, R. Henderson, G. Buckingham, B. Chambers, B. Applegate, E. Byrd, R. Schaumann, T. Fowler, T. Ryden, L. Mork. 76 COUNSELORS' ASSISTANTS-Front row: R. Aigner, H. Williams, C. Applegarrh, D. Sparks, P. Byrd, sponsors. Second row: S. Dieckilman, P. Werner, P. Benford, D. Pagel, J. Haack, J. Pontius, C. Norris. Third row: J. Hileman, W. Reed, G. Phipps, M. Abel, T. Brennan, T, Burns. Counselors' Assistants Office Messengers OFFICE MESSENGERS-Front row: R. Tiebert, J. Kimble, T. Kowalski, M. Maldy Second row Mrs. Larson, J. Czizek, P. Schnick, L. Mettlen, S. Meiser, P. Brown, Miss Wright. Tlnrd row G Miller, S. Pucllo, J. Nelson, C. Keller, L. Lockwood, C. johnson. 77 wir fs. A CAPPELLA CHOIR--Front row: D. Peters, L. Graham, P. Malott, T. Whitlow, M. Yoder, P. Brown, S. Anderson, F. Agemy, M. Hering, C. Froehlke. Second row: S. Northrop, R. Jones, L. Komasinski, S. Ritchie, B. Timberlake, F. Stockwell, D. Matotte, P. Twible, D. Potempa, P. Noveroske, R. Stalbaum. Third row: S. Cross, D. Waldrep, J. Mohamed, D. Durand, L. Schendel, B. Schwartzenberg, D. Boehnlein, S. Pudlo, R. Jones, S. Kunkel, D. Nickell, E. Hurst. Fourth row: J. Young, T. Ritchie, J. Meyer, D. Baugh, T. Cowan, J. Nichols, F. McKee, D, Reid, C. Bauer, L. LaBerge, M. Rose. A Cappella Choir Mixed Chorus MIXED CHORUS-Front row: C. Holloway, J. Durnal, J. Janicki, J. Hullinger, P. Washluske, K. Olson, J. Weed, P. Ellit, M. G-ralik, T, Flanigan. Second row: M. Hawker, S. Heiser, S. Key, J. Wozniak, L. Dingman, B. Bush, K. Cook, A. Gullickson, B, Gillman, G. Courington, B. Crynes. Third row: M. Jasperson, V. Chern, B. Rieck, J. Downs, K. Kowalski, J. Turner, J, Bonislawski, S Przybylinski, S. Swendsen, M. Herbert, N. LaFountain, Mr. Timberlake, sponsor. Fourth row: C. Frankowski, C. Potempa, A. Bohnstadt, C. Witowski, L. Lyons, M. Koester, L. Ennis, T. Gryvna M, Aust, L. Schmidt, J. Hartsburg, E. Smith. Fifth row: C. Seeling, S. Yagelski, J. Zemrowski L. Sheets, D. Nichols, R. Talbutt, J. Jackson, G. Brooks, M. Flotow, R. Timm, N. Merriman Sixth row: C. West, P. Dodson, J. Haven, M. Hester, E. Byrd, B. Chambers, T. Brennan, E. Mayo T. Harrold, B. Baugh, S. Joyce, B. Ostwald. 78 1 1 BOYS' CHORUS-Front row: W. Fly, S. Bush, T. Feddet, J. Wright, D. Dubie, L. Johnson, Mr. Timberlake, sponsor. Second row: W. Brown, L. Fedder, S. Davis, J. Haynes, T. Surber, J. Bonheld. Third row: R. Childers, L. Wiencek, D. Shaffer, J. Krachinski, T. Savinski, Kluge, W. Fly. Boys' Chorus Girls' Chorus GIRLS' CHORUS--Front row: D. Carnes, B. Ahrendt, L. Howard, J. Olson, J. Nussman, C. Pieszchala, J. Striggow, D. Holden, D. Eldridge, A. Wanke. Second row: B. Collier, J. Daher, G. Allen, G. Bush, S. Larson, L. Bowerman, C, Oviatt, D. Segnitz, D. Szymanski, T. Melnyk, Mr. Timberlake, sponsor. Third row: B. Alexander, J. Tucker, J. Mealet, C. Hamlin, B. Hoop, M. Dargis, C. Matkowski, P. Crama, L. Everett, C. Gerkin, C. Schoof. Fourth row: C. Laberge, P. Hamblin, B. Holden, M. Komasinski, K. Wiesemann, S. Wolgast, P. Allen, C. Franson, C. Brooker, P. Melnyk, M. Schultz, V. Brown. Fifth row: B. Edwards, W. Kelley, K. Will, M. Anderson, A. Gardner, C. Foster, J. Smith, P. Fox, E. Adams, D. White, R. Nadratowski, B. Jaske, J. Guess. 79 MADRIGALS-Front row: L. Schendel, D, Peters, L. Graham, M. Yoder. Second row: C. Bauer, D. Durand, T. Cowan, R. jones, S. Northrop, S. Pudlo. Third row: D. Baugh, R. Stalbaum, D. Boehnlein, L. Komasinski, D. Potempa. Madrigals Mixed Ensemble MIXED ENSEMBLE-Front row: L. Dingman, J. Wozniak, B. Ostwald, B. Timberlake, M. Her- bert, C, Gerkin, K. Cook. Second row: J. Zemrowski, S. Cross, M. Komasinski, A. Gardner, B. Baugh, M. Aust, S. Ritchie, C. Froelke. Third row: C. West, R. Talbutr, G. Brooks, J. Young, E. Byrd, R. Wright, J. Jackson, E. Hurst, D. Nichols. 80 X .x,p..Q,' STUDENT STORE-Front row: A. Christiansen, L. Glade, K. Kowalski, D. Adler, M. Maldy, J. Benowirz, M. Alix. Seroml row: H. Shock, B. Rodgers, J. Skierkowski, L. McMinn, S. Yagelski, P. Berg, D. Thorscn, P. Ruby. Third row: S. Parsley, D. Waldrep, S. Piper, D. Johnson, L. Schendel, J. Joseph, T. Gryvna, D. Durand, L. Komasinski, J. Widmar, M. Capp. Student Store Canteen CANTEEN-Front row: P. Haynie, J. Mohamed, P. Ruby, D. Thorsen, B. Miller. Second row: C. Samelson, H. Shock, K. Ryba, P. Brown, J. Jaques, K. Schaeffer, S. Riley, P. Crama, S. Shires. Third row: L. Howard, M. Hering, R. Tiebert, S. Anderson, C. Miller, S. Meiser, A. Gleason, M. LaBerge, J. Olson, J. Pontius. Fourth row: S. Giberson, M. Kozin, J. Peters, S. Zilch, J. Downs, J. Boudreau, B. Linde, B. Barrels, C. Fox, J. Mirnick, B. Bankoflf. Fifth row: J. Rasmussen, W. Lnshbrook, J. Ormsby, I. Ullrich, D. Peters, R. Stuart, S. Armstrong, P. Fox, B. Pearson, C. Kalil. M si . A.V.A.-Front row: A. Kahn, F. McKee, E. Shawley, S. Malott, J. Nichols. Seaond row: L. Howard, J. Mason, T. Muldoon, C. Stantz, P. johnson, B. Cooley, Mrs. Bonfleld. Third row: M. Rose, R. Lidke, C. Black, D. Webber, T. Kurz, R. Ashton, D. Fredenberg. Fourih row: J. Schlundt, R. Schochr, G. Woodruff, V. Norberg, J. Kovalinka, T. Oszuscik, G. Scott. - J A.V.A. Wnters Club WRITERS' CLUB-Front row: J. Skierkowski, S. Yagelski, P. Stibbe, B. Hicks, Miss Williams. Second row: T. Levinson, S. Gaby, L. Howard, B. Rossenberg, S. Arens. Third row: S. Novreske, K. Kowalski, B. Linde, J. Boudreau, T. Gryvna. Fourth row: B. Kelly, J. Meyer, W. Diana, D. Sarabia. 82 FORUM CLUB-Front row: M. Alix, B. Garrels, L. Vernick, D. Adler, L. Howard. Second row: M. Leins, M. Rolston, G. Miller, D. Waldrep, P. Pfaff, K. Mross, W, DeWald, Mrs. Spiro, sponsor. Third roun' J. Hileman, A. Henry, J. Joseph, L. Schendel, G. Brooks, D. Mertl, B. Kelly. Forum Club Math Club MATH CLUB-Front row: M. Mathias, J. Olson, J. Harvey, S, Gahr, D. Adler, K. Block, M. Alix, P. Brown. Second row: P. johnson, D. Abel, J. Peters, M. Rolston, B. Jones, G. Anderson, M. Capp, B. Barrels, B. Bankoff, Mr. Presser. Third row: B. Henry, J. Hileman, T. Giese, W. DeWald, D. Franks, B. Miller, S. Cross, D. Waldrep, L. Schendel, B. Kelly. Fourth row: P. Dodson, D. Pliske, G. Schilf, G. Wisnieski, R. Glanz, D. Wood, D. Mertl, K. Lange, M. Smith, M. Bud. Vflf' Sgf' :was X . ' .L - , .- 83 "'N... GERMAN CLUB-Front routx' J. Kimble, M. Kozin, T. Wilson, B. Malott, P. Pfaff, J. Mitnick, K. Mross, S. Hurley, L. Glade. Second row: L. Hunn, Weiss, G. Anderson, J. Clifford, B. Chap- pell, K. Benford, P. Haynie, C. Harrwig, B. Miller, C. Miller, G. Allen, Mr. Hihbs. Third rout: C. Bohlim, C. Norris, S. Arens, K. Nall, P. Hoskam, T. Giese, D. Burkart, J. Armour, D. Abel, C. Meredith, S. Novreske, L. Duffy, B. Cashbaugh. Fourth row: N. Voss, D. Sarahia, D. Richter, P. Keever, D. Plank, H. Best, T. Brink, R. Scott, N. Bruemmer, T. Darrow, B. Baker, R. Sims, K. Kolke, L. Barkow. Fifth row: D. Burkhart, A. Kahn, J. Weidner, K. Lange, D. Pelath, B. Bluhm, T. Cofer, B. Pearce, J. Heuring, P. Kintzele, A. Palm, G. Stephenson, A. Jones, D. Rhoads. German Club French Club FRENCH CLUB--Front row: C. Brown, P. Miller, J. Benowitz, N. Hill, P. Pfaff, S. Meiser, S. Gahr, J. Pontius, T. Levinson. Second row: M. Alix, L. Graham, J. Crawford, A. Oberlink, B. Hicks, D. Berkes, J. Frank, C. Detwiler, L. Vernick, S. Shires. Third row: B. Morrison, K. Block, S. Ander- son, S. Riley, K. Schaefifer, S, Ebert, K. Freier, S. Chakos, M. Chakos, L. Bohlin, K. Johnson, Fourth row: J. Calvert, J. Ormsby, J. Mirnick, J. Czizek, M. Johnson, M. Anderson, G. Stratton, S. Blumenfeld, K. Benford, D. Johnson, F. Armstrong. Fifth muz' C. Sadenwater, R. Young, C. Seeling, J. Perry, J. Rockwood, P. Segelstrom, D. Duran, D. Waldrep, K. Mross, C. Hill, L. Warner. Sixth row: D. Armstrong, P. Dodson, G. Wisnieski, E. Woodrick, D. Martin, D. Flanigan, B. Vaughan, N. Spear, W. Diana, D. Pepple, T. Robison. ..-,,,,x LATlN CLUB-Front row: S. Hess, J. Malecki, P. Davis, M. Rolston, G. Anderson, L. Komasinski, M. Capp, A. Hedges, J. Hanclloser, C. Simson. Second row: S. Dieckilman, J. Schoof, S. Bolka, D. Peters, C. Beishline, P. Brown, M. Yoder, S. Novreske, B. Jones, M, Hering, J. Lindeman. Third row: D. Peters, M. Mathias, K. Kowalski, L. Mork, J. Peters, T. juckett, W. Crook, B. Barrels, P. Ruby, S. Wagner, D. Reed, B. Bankoff, B. Rosenberg. Fourlh row: K. Zolvinski, B. Miller, D. Potempa, C. Witowski, B. Rodgers, W. DeWald, 1, Hileman, B. Kelly, S. Przybylinski, R. Pahl, S. Steder, J. Harvey, S. Cross, M. Wozniak. Fiflh row: D. Franks, B. Block, K. Rogers, P. McBride, T. Gryvna, B. Pearson, R. Stuart, R. Collison, F. Savona, 1. Haydusiewicz, D, Schroeder, D. Lauer, M. Smith, L. Schendel, P. Fox, B. Skierkowski, D. Kolobuchowski. Latin Club Spanish Club SPANISH CLUB-Front row: B. Bankoff, P. Trout, L. Mitnick, T. Smith, R. Robinson, L. Howard, A. Christiansen, D. Roth. Second row: D. Thorsen, J. Skierkowski, M. Leins, E. Ellison, V. Vernick, M. Winski, E. Garrels, S. Lyster, P. Stibbe. Third row: R. Bochnlein, S. Yagelski, S. Meyer, S. Vivian, M. Bartlett, R. Ashton, S. Levin, L. Leavitt, L. Lockwood, C. Fox. Fourth row: B. Shiels, H. Hibner, S, Warner, 1. Leonard, D. Erickson, A. Miller, P. Schwartzenberg, J. Joseph, G. Walk, M. Bud. 85 e '63 TRI-HI-Y-Front row: D. Thorsen, D. Durand, S. Hurst, J. Kerwin, P. Segelstrom, C. Simson C. Kalil, P. Baker, T. Gryvna, M. Alix, Miss Cox. Second row: C. Johnson, L. Everett, J. Joseph S. Piper, B. Weihmiller, A, Bohnstadt, C. Keller, J. Skierkowski, C. Seeling, P. Pfalf, D. Johnson x D. Adler, C. Norris. Third row: M. Anderson, B. Hicks, D. Berkes, P. Bowers, J. Bonheld, B. Cashbough, P. Carson, P. Cook, M. Cook, C. Detwiler P. Berg, L. Lyons, A. Oberlink. Fourth row: L, Mettlen, M. Maldy, L. Mork, L. Lightcap, K. Benford, K. Kowalski, P. Novak, T. Kowalski C. Kopczyk, S. Kuhn, J. Kiever, B. Dana, J. Lawson, J. Pieplow. Fifth row: L. Vernick, L. McMinn D. Mclntyre, B. Rodgers, J. Calvert, P. Stibbe, G. White, R. Johnson, M. Steele, C. Stantz, Ll Komasinski, M. Rolston, J. Widmar, J. Crawford. '63 Tri-Hi-Y '64 Tri-Hi-Y '64 TRI-HI-Y-Front row: S. Dieckilman, C. Beishline, J. Czizek, P. Dempsey, T. Dankert, S. Nie- mann, K. Ryba, J. Westphal, C. Biederstaedt. Second row: D. Pearson, P. Schwartzenberg, B. Pear- son, J. Johnson, E. Bergerson, S. Cross, C. Bard, S. Wolgast, G. Walk. Third row: B. Bankoff, P. Brown, L, Shikany, J. Pieplow, P. Mignery, K. Schaeffer, J. Utpatel, J. Olson, S. Heiser, M. Mathias, Mrs. Williams. Fourth row: C. Bohlim, S. Snyder, J. Schoof, L, Graham, M. LaRocco, K. Block, C. Williams, K. Sprunger, R. Tiebert, J. Pontius, L. Paholski, S. Shires. Fifth row: P. Beebe, S. Meyer, J. Mitnick, J. Peters, H. Shock, B, Morrison, N. Hill, S. Ebert, S. Meisie, K. Frier. Sixth row: J. Ormsby, P. Benford, S. Blumenfeld, R. Pahl, S. Hedstrom, J. Smith, J. Harvey, K. Mross, P. Trout, G. Stratton. Seventh row: J. Haack, J. Sherwood, M. Szecrolda, J. Tucker, B. Steder, J. Nessler, J. Vawter, L. Lockwood, C. Hill, B. Miller, C. Sadenwater. x x x . ,. , . k . ,faq . . , '65 TRI-HI-Y-Front row: B. Scott, N. Merriman, B. Marquart, C. Gardner, K. Swanson, P. Haynie, B. Graham, R. Chapala, D. Dawson, B. Sprague, M. Aust, V. Smith. Seeond row: R. Delco, J. Smith, S. Armstrong, S. Peus, B. Boehm, M. Koster, J, Zeoik, D. Morse, P. Piecuch, J. Claeys, M. Komasinski. Third row: S. Novreske, C. Smith, J. Grauel, C. Whalen, N. Garbacz, D. Holden, J. Nussman, J. Olson, P. Washluske, K. Boza, K. Barrios, S. Raatz, J. Cassidy, C, Selke. Fourlh iroun' K. Purtn, J. Pawlick, J. Rasmussen, K. Nall, J. Weed, C. Pieszchala, K. Vernier, D. Zerlett, L. Pontius, S. Berkes, L. Wilson, K. Stevenson, K. Kempf, M. Noveroske, L. Lynch, M. Kozin, P. Wolf, J. Egelske. Fiflh f0Il'.' I. Ullrich, R. Nadratowski, J. Jacobsen, J. Bohnstadt, S. Hurley, A. Gleason, C. Krueger, L. Washluske, V. Woods, J. Scholl, S. Zeman, K. Cook, J, Boudreau, B. Linde, M. Dargis, B. Rieck, J. Downs, S. Swendson, M. Brown, E. Haas. Sixlb row: K. Smiskey, B. Jaske, L. Hunn, J. Dickey, B. Hoop, P. Gondik, S. Connect, D. McKinnon, D. Lievense, P. Gotto, C. Markowski, S. Joyce, M. Schlutz, S. Dickinson, J. Sommerfield, J. Dale, V. Wiencek, D. Bischoff, P. Tell, B. Crandall. '65 Tri-Hi-Y Hi-Y HI-Y-Front row: M. Dreyer, T. Giese, J. Ludwig, D. Abel, D. Franks, B. Henry, J. Hileman, M. Winski, J. Oshinski. Second row: S. Janes, B. Gleason, J. Bonfield, B. Heric, D. Greenlaw, R. Ayad, J. Arnett, M. Leins, T. Wiseman, R. Donoghue, sponsor. Third row: P. Hoop, A. Palm, C. Bauer, D. Wood, D. Lauer, D. Steinke, J. Weidner, S. Henry, R. Henderson. Fourth row: D. Martin, K. Davis, P. McBride, T. Darrow, M. Bartlett, D. Plank, K. Rogers, B. Bannwart, B. Childers. Fifth row: E. Woodrick, B. Applegate, B. Chambers, O. Lubke, A. Miller, E. Susnis, M. Cappy, D. Dunlop. --v A 'q xxu W f?'l FASHIONETTES-Front row: O. Graham, R. Boehnlein, D. Boehn- lein, D. Foldenauer, F. Schoof. Second row: P. Schnick, M. Wozniak, S. Wiencek, K. Nevers, M. Ohms, E. Smith, J. Harrsburg, C. Fultz, M. Sparks, sponsor. Third row: L. Johnson, A. Farmer, J. Kerwin, R. Holmes, S. Breed, S. Mazur, R. Johnson, J. Pieplow. PAINTSPOTS-Front row: L. Howard, B. Schroeder, M. Ungurait, Miss Commer. Second row: J. Rose, B. Clark, L. Logmana, S. Henrich, T. Dankert. Third row: T. Drott, D. Killingbeck, J. Johnson, J. Elliott, M. Smith, B. Timberlake. F ashionettes Paintspots F.T.A. F. T. A.-Front row: S. Novreske, S. Meiser, J. Rockwood, D. Waldrep, J. Joseph, J. Jacobsen, S. Hurley. Second row: J. Schoof, D. Thorsen, S. Yagelski, L. Everett, P. Ross, B. Linde, M. Schultz, F. Agemy, Mr. Croft, sponsor. Third row: L. McMinn, S. Przybylinski, J. Perry, D. Pearson, B. Weihmiller, C. Fox, K. Miller, J. Sherrick. Fourth row: M. Wozniak, D. Aultman, E. Mayo, J. Hajdusiewitz, E. Byrd, T. Greening, J. Jackson. f me L MK ,... X QQ' c lv? ,' 88 G.A.A.-Front row: L. Smith, M. Ohms, L. Watson, F. Wiencek, C. Schoof. Second row: A. Alli- son, C. Jarrett, C. Price, P. Ross, C. Lee, T. Whitlow, Mrs. Raisor. Third row: B. Sanders, A. Reed, M. Jasperson, J. Weiss, K. Prast, P. Davis, M. Hutton. Fourth row: W. Kelley, J. Crawford, S. Wolgast, J. Perry, J. Kemp, L. Johnson. G.A.A. Golf Club Red Cross GOLF CLUB--Front row: J. Mitnick, B. Pearson, L. Vemick, J. Olson. Second row: B. Pearce, T. Loveland, T. Robison, N. Foldenauer. RED CROSS-Front row: R. Delco, J. Cummings, E. Byrd, J. Raz, J. Johnson. Second row: F. Schoif, T. Dankert, S. Vivian, D. Taylor, L. Lyons, J. Egelske, C. Fultz. Third row: L. Schmidt, L. Coker, M. Steele, M. Schultz, B. Clark, G. Couch, S. Mazur, P. Pfaif, F. Wiencek. 89 x X ,X X f 7 DANCE BAND-Front row: J. Richmond, T. Kriesel, J. Alinsky, J. Martin, L. Steele, S. Janes. Second row: R. Swinehart, T. Juckett, R. Collison, B. Kemp, A. Palm. Third row: T. Burkhart, D. Rhoads, D. Plank, D. Reed, T. Herrbach. Dance Band BAND-From row: N. LaFountain, K. Lange, J. Martin, K. Schaeffer, J. Vawter, K. Vernier K. Valentine, K. Swanson, D. Burkett. Second row: P. Novak, S. Hurley, B, Ostwald, K. Bohne D. jacks, S. Dickinson, T. Cruise, D. Rhoads, C. Yentes, T. Kriesel, L. Steele, S. Shires, J. Alinsky, P. Carson. Third row: L. Coker, D, Dawson, D. Longstreet, D. Nicklas, L. Gryzbacz, S. Riley PEP BAND-Frou! row: D. Swanson, M. Chase, T. Herrbach, D. Nicklas. Second row: J. Martin, J. Alinsky, D. Plank, D. Maciejewski. Thirzl row: T. Kriesel, D. Reed, T. Juckett. Fourth row: J. Richmond, T. Cruise, A. McGee, T. Burkhart, R. Kemp. Fifth f0'll'.' R. Robinson, A. Palm, D. Swinehart, D. Rhoads, R. Collison. Pep Band Band J. Wagner, R. Wright, J. Richmond, D. Hartke, R. Robinson, B. Olson, A. McGee, T. Juckett P. Maciejewski, R. Kemp, R. Collison, J. Herry. Fourth faux' J. Vanderplough, P. Winkler, S. Janes W. Millard, J. Schmule, M. Chase, D. Swanson, S. Levin, D. Nickell, T. Herrbach, D. Plank D. Flanigan, D. Reed, N. Marshall, T. Burkhart, A. Fulton, J. Brown, R. Dobeski, R. Swinehart TRADE AND INDUSTRY-Front row: J. Kimble, M. Thompson, M. Ohms, K. Henrich, J. Cam- mett, C. Wright, J. Switalski, Mr. Maxey. Second row: M. Wesepki, J. Switalski, L. Gipe, J. Lee, G. Mahaffey, J. Kolobuchowski, C. Kalil, M. Kubaszczyk. Third row: G. Bowmar, T. Bechman, E. Pawlack, A. Krueger, D. Bobinski, N. Smith, T. Wilson, D. Childress, C. Bowmar. Trade and Industry Distributive Education DISTRIBUTIVE EDUCATION-Front row: E. Denham, B. Ford, N. Carter, Miss McQuilkin, sponsor. Second row: N. Srachowski, B. Rinehart, R. Zygmuntowski, L. Nauyokas, R. Walter. Third row: T. Richter, R. Maddox, J, Kersey, W. Popard. 92 TRADE AND INDUSTRY-Front row: N. Lowry, S. Hurst, L. Merrlen, C. Ford, Mr. Maxey. Second row: D. Kienitz, J. Allie, B. Ed- wards, L. Adrian, L. Nauyokas. Third row: L. Klemz, J. Cox, T. Moore, B. Phillips, J. Jasnieski, B. Buckner. FOOTBALL CONCESSIONS-Front row: C. Beishline, M. LaRocco, J. Olson, R. Tiebert, J. Utpatel, M. Gralik, M. Mathias, C. Biederstaedt, T. Westby, P. Peters, B. Bankoff. Second row: T. Mikulski, S. Snyder, S. Barrels, J. Harvey, K. Nevers, L. Shikany, K. Ryba, B. Morrison, N. Sill, S. Robert, K. Frier, S. Meiser, P. Brown, Mr. Lonzo. Third r0z1'.' R. Stuart, C. Sadenwater, J. Nessler, M. Zeitller, S. Blumenfeld, J. Sherrick, K. Mross, J. Czizek, B. White, S. Henrich, J. Peters, J. Mitnick, J. Pahs, J. Ormslwy. Fofzrfla mum' K. Davis, B. Jones, L. Lockwood, C. Bard, S. Cross, C. Ropar, B. Miller, B. Skierkowski, E. Bergerson, P. Schwartzenberg, B. Pearson, G. Walk, S. Niemann, D. Pearson. Fifth row: D. Abel, B. Slutzkin, D. Franks, H. Haberman, J, Curtis, N. Spear, J. Weidner, T. Cowan, D. Erickson, E. Susnis, C. Bauer, B. Ashton, T. Loveland, V. Vernick, M. Elotow. Junior Concessions BASKETBALL CONCESSIONS-Front row: L. Paholski, J. Pontius, M. Hering, J. Olson, M. Mathias, P. Davis, C. Miller, J. Utpatel, P. Brown, J. Mitnick, J. Pieplow. Second row: Mr. Lonzo, L. Shikany, J. Ormsby, P. Mignery, B. Bankoff, C. Beishline, J. Harvey, P. Twible, J. Peters, K. Nevers, S. Snyder. Third rmzz' B. Edwards, J. Tucker, H. Shock, B. Barrels, J. Mohamed, J. Pahs, B. Pearson, K. Westbrook, P. Davis, M. Zeidler. Fourth row: B. Morrison, S. Blumenfeld, J. Nessler, J. Schlick, K. Mross, B. Miller, J. Czizek, C. Loetz, C. Bard, R. Stuart. Fifth row: M. Bartlett, B. Skierkowski, E. Bergerson, M. Dreyer, B. Kelly, R. Ashton, D. Lauer, P. McBride, M. Flotow, H. Habermam, J. Brown, B. Slutzkin. Sixllz row: K. Rogers, T. Zeese, J. Curtis, G, Stephenson, K. Davis, J. Weidner, D. Dunlop, B. Bannwart, R. Kerwin, C. Bauer, S. Janes. B-Team Cheerleaders--Front row: B. Rieclc, J. Downs, C. Bohlim. Second rouz' C. Wright, V. Chem, K. Lee. Cheerleaders Varsity Cheerleaders-left lo right: J. Jaques, K. Block, D. Adler, C. Sadenwater, T, Gryvna, M. Alix s.Kim1ig. 94 Cheer Block Front mum' V. Smith, S. Yagelski, P. Stibhe, M. Rolston, G. Anderson, J. Joseph, S. Piper, L, McMinn, K. Kowalski, J. Olson, J. Nussman, S. Kieffer. Second mzza' J. Schoof, B. Sprague, J. Xwagner, N. Mer- riman, C. Seeling, J. Skierkowski, D, Thorsen, R. Young, J. Calvert, D. Durand, L. Komnsinski, C. Pieszchala, P. Hynie. Third row: K. Schaeffer, A. Christiansen, J. XXfidmnr, M. Anderson, J. Bonlleld, B. Cashlmuglm, B. Rodgers, S. Arens, 1. Pieplow, K. Benford, C, Fox. Frmrilv 1'ou'.' M. Gralik, R. Holmes, S. Shires, L. Lyons, P. Pfaif, S. Malecki, C. Wilke, D. McIntyre, 1. Olds, R. johnson, G. Wlmite, P. Ruby. Fiflb roux' C. Short, J. Claeys, S. Meyers, S. Henrich, C. Gohle, C. Schoof, J, Gill, J. Turner, C. Witowski, D. Porempa. Sixth row: A. Gardner, G. Kaeding, T. Swanson, G. Allen, S. Lyster, J. Graul, L, Lightcap, J. Beck, J. Wozniak, E. Qozniak, S. Wfrolvlewski, SCIYVIIIJ ronz' R. Boelmlein, P. Schroeder, G. Powell, M. Novreske, C. Lockridgc, C. Schroeder, T. Flnnignn, S. Schoch, G. Courington, D. White, L. Bryant. Eighth row: S. Peus, B. Rosenberg, L. Hedrick, M. Lass, S. Giluer- son, J, Rassmusen, P. Wolfe, M. Szecholda, S. Yeaman, C. Wushltxske. f?lL?r.l.. Basketball players huddled before a game: tense hands and faces in a close circleg anxious voices debating strategyg sweatcoats, jerseys, heads, arms form an athletic quilt as seen from the bleachers. And students in the bleachers: the yellers, hopers, rejoicers and despairers, sweating out each basket with the team. A Bond of Pride unites the students in the bleachers and the students on the playing floor- "We're from M.C. High, and no one could be prouderf' But sports at Elston is not only a swift tide of emotion at a game. It is an individual practicing long hours from late summer to the end of fall or from fall to early spring until the body becomes the mind's obedient tool. It is a coach Watching a disorganized collection of impulsive adolescents transformed under his supervision to a team. It is hard workg and the fruit of that Work is pride: pride in the teams, the coaches, the students- A Bond of Pride. paula FOOTBALL TEAM-Fin! row: J. Bonfield Mgr., J. Oshinski, B. Henry, J, Arnett, R. DiGiacomo, G. Schilf, D. Mertl, T. Zeese, K. Rodgers, D. Armstrong, P. Zook, J. Sullivan. Second row: Dick Lamb, Coachg M. Bartlett, Mgr.g J. Wellnitz, Mgr., P. Moriarty, R. Kerwin, B, Bannwart, T. Smith, O. Lubke, B. Chambers, R. Glanz, M. Cappy, W. Foster, J. Valentine, Mgr., Vic Overman, Coach, Big Red compiles 4-4-1 record The Red Devils opened their season in what the Hammond Timex called one of the "toughest Jamborees in the state." City played Hammond Morton, a team that had intact the squad from last year's number three state team. City surprised the strong Governors 7-0 and then beat the perennially tough East Chicago Roosevelt Roughriders 14-O. The Red Devils beat the Raiders of Gary Tolleston 20-6 in a game that showed many Red Devil weaknesses. In their first NIHSC game the Red Devils rebounded to trounce Fort Wayne 41-7. Senior Quarterback, Bert Henry, completed five passes in five attempts and scored a touchdown to lead the Big Red to their second straight triumph. The mighty Senators from East Chicago Washington, then rated number two in the state, invaded City for our Home- coming. The Red Devils, living up to the Overman tradition of never losing a Homecoming, supplied a 14-14 tie to deflate the Senator's hopes of a perfect season. Traveling to Brickie Bowl late in the season, the Red Devils US ruined Hobart's Homecoming 13-12. The Devils broke a five game Brickie win skein. With the close of every football season the All Conference and All State Teams are chosen. This year as in past years the Red Devils had a place on these teams. Tackle Oscar Lubke was selected by the Associated Press as a first string tackle on the All Stare Squad. The United Press International selected Lubke and Guard Bruce Chambers as members of their first unit. The Big "O" also was a member of the All Conference Team on the starting unit. The Big Red outscored its opponents averaging 15 points a game, but allowing only 11. They also outgained their foes by grinding out 2,137 yards to 1,913 for their opponents. The Red Devil Pass Defense was more than adequate with Bert Henry, Vernon Payne, J. B. Kiser, and jerry Oshinski allowing only four of the opponents sixteen touchdowns to be scored through the air. Coach Overman will have seven lettermen returning along with this year's Sandburr Squad. . it , fr if 7' 'Q ffl '71 Jerry Karstens, Coach. Third row: B. Gabrunas, D. Greenlaw, J. Skonieczny, S. Kunkel, V. Payne, D. Dunlop, L. Lauer, K. Krueger, E. Woodrick, D. Przybylinski, J. Hajdusiewicz, W. Reed, L. Beaver, P. McBride, S. Henry. SANDBURRS-Firri row: D. Westphal, Mgr., J. Coat, S. Cochran, 1. Craig, P. Gondeck, R. Hetlsrrom, L. Crane, J. Kenehck, G. Serhal, E. Ganshorn, F. Keen D. Gloff. Serond roux' Noel Schlegelmilch, Coachg J. Grady, L. Steele, C. Lamm 1. Snyder, B. Kelsey, J. Richmond, D. Hauck, D. Beyers, R. Norrick, D. Nickell T. Wiseman, Mgr., jerry Cripe, Coach. Tbird foxzu' T. Foldenauer, M. Frageman 9 J. Jacobs, K. Tomaszewski, J. jaske, R. Karm, D. Swanson, E. Foltlenauer, Bl Brown, R. Markowski, T. Troutter, M. Stupeck, T. Cappy, D. Peller, Mgr, 'W FOOTBALL MC Opp E. C. Jamboree CHammond Mortonj . . 7 0 CE. C. Rooseveltb . . I4 0 Gary Tolleston . . . 20 6 Ft. Wayne North . . 41 7 LaPorte . . . . 6 26 E. C. Washington . . 14 14 Goshen . . . . 6 0 S. B. Washington . . 7 13 Hobart . . . . 13 12 S. B. Riley . . 6 8 Elkhart ...... 14 Zl U9 Q We at X' an 4 K -- ry 1 XX if I 4. 1 'Ts V .. fr K ' 9 ii""'35,xfX'fK XM? QT: , I -I ' 4 it wp A , . . 1x...g I , , , A ' - A fs s t 1 A rx. A 6 A. t .f 4 QNBAN0 . Ymmh 2 . , ,, . E 4' 1 f A13 QA QVAN '9"5"c ut R -kid" 5 Qukgqa y Sbxuxng , Er :ED-Q Wm V .C 522 Sugoi 535551: Q gina 35.3.3 in S w .gf g 31 A KL fu: .Sk gi L Racism hwuigl REU DWR? im arm.: un :mu an nr-:ras gm X in ip X, XYUUHXLIRL 'gn nuvlllf 22" HM? fl CROSS COUNTRY TEAM-Front row: T. Giese, J. Henry, G. White, J. Wright, D. Marron, D. Kelly, L. LaBerge, S. Major, T. Bietry, W. Fly, J, Edwards, N. Gibson, D. Steinke. Second row: Coach Bruce Fischer, C. Holmes, J. Archibault, H. McAnaly, D. Cassler, O. Collier, D. Plank, B. Vaughn, L. Norvell, T. Levendoski, B. Applegate, J. Rhodes, D. Phillips, Coach Douglas Adams. Harriers run to Regionals The Red Devil Cross Country Team started the 1962 season with a new coach. Mr. Douglas Adams, assisted by Mr. Bruce Fischer. took over for Mr. Millbranth, who is now Business CROSS COUNTRY Manager of Athletics. The Devils started out slowly, losing MC Opp their hrst three meets, but finished up with eleven wins in Valparaiso ' l Q 15 50 their next twelve. The Red Devils played host to the 1962 Ft. Wayne North . ' 20 43 Eastern Division Northern Indiana High School Conference S. B. Adams t . 21 40 Cross County Meet and won a Third Place Trophy. The Devils Elkhart U D l 55 24 placed 2nd in the LaPorte Sectionalg the next week the two S- B. Riley , . l 24 36 milers ended their season by placing 7th in the Regional Meet. S. B. Central Q - 20 43 Seniors Tim Bietry, Leo LaBerge, and John Edwards sparked Laporte i I . 18 45 the team to its 11-4 record. Mishawaka I I 25 32 Coach Adams had many juniors and sophomores on his Goshen , n 22 37 squad this year who will return for the 1963 season. Laporte l . U g 20 34 S. B. Washington . . 19 40 Gary Lew Wallace . . 20 43 Chesterton . . . . 23 36 Hobart . . . 43 20 Crown Point . . 22 57 100 LaPorte . . S. B. Adams . Goshen . Elkhart . S. B. Riley . . S B. Central . Mishawaka . . Ft. Wayne North TENNIS MC OPP 5 0 2 3 0 5 1 4 5 O 2 3 3 2 1 4 ai, BS' Silt.. f 9 X N. v M: it 'N .5 'T x A-nu xxx . . N N 5 A m ".. .V 49, ig, ., " 'tiff 'M 'i'?Q 40, Wil "t.,Q9 0 'im .i was-f-e .- '.-.-,WZ7 tum: Coach Harold Wegner's Tennis Team gained experience in the 1962 season. The team finished with a 5-5 recordg all decisions were against conference opponents. Neil Hartman, Jerry Gibbs, and Ronnie Henderson played the three singles matches for the greater part of the year. Henderson and Hart- man played the number one doublesg Jerry Gibbs and Bob Gleason played the other doubles match. The many underclassmen on this year's squad will form a basis for next year's team. Tennis team builds TENNIS TEAM-Front row: Brian Nowfel, Bob Gleason, Ron Henderson, Dave Holtzlander, mas- cot, Jerry Gibbs, Neil Hartman. Second row: Bill Slutzkin, Dick Schaumann, John Selke, Kent Davis, George Cieciwa, Dan Franks, Coach Harold Wegner. kxfzf fc , 1 .fwlf oi? P lil'-1' TUINIS TEA! TEM .'25c'ANf'x Y lil 'J D is 553' AN00 Tuul' TIA' ,ff t V . I x GOLF TEAM-Front row: Mark Winski, Jerry Timm, Bob Peters, Harry Gasparett, jim OConnor, Coach Del Miller. Second row: Ray Deutcher, Bill Kelly, Ron Spencer, Norman Voss, Gene Schilf, Bill Stahoviak, John Hauskins, Jim Peo. Linksmen go to State GOLF MC OPP Hammond Noll .... . 154 165 Hobart .... . 156 181 Valparaiso . . . . 156 168 Gary Lew Wallace . 165 163 Dyer . . . . 165 171 Elkhart . . . 340 321 S. B. Adams . . 340 333 S. B. Central . . . 310 352 Mishawaka . . . 335 337 LaPorte . . . 327 309 S. B. Riley . . 327 315 Elkhart . . . 320 327 S. B. Adams . . 406 403 S. B. Central . . . 336 334 Plymouth . . . 336 328 Mishawaka . 399 397 S. B. Riley . . 350 313 LaPorte . . . . 350 326 Valparaiso . . . . 325 334 Hammond Noll . . 327 321 Benton Harbor . . 316 327 Coach Del Miller's Golf Team won nine of twenty-one matches during the 1962 season, placed fourth in a large field at the Lake Hills Invitational in Hammond, and placed in the Sectional meet at LaPorte's Beechwood Golf Course. The Red Devils, playing against the stiffest competition at the state meet at Coffin Course in Indianapolis, managed to tie for 28th place. Senior Jerry Timm gave the Red Devils consistently low scores, with Mark Winski and Bob Peters also contributing to the success of this year's squad. LaPorte . . Chesterton . S. B. Adams . S. B. Central . E. C. Roosevelt . Mishawaka . S. B. St. Joseph . Hammond Morton S. B. Riley . . Valparaiso . TRACK MC 3716 52 21 6414 58 4356 68 42 59 51 OPP 55 57 88 4416 20 6556 41 64 50 58 Thinclads gain experience The Red Devils' Track Team, in their first year under Coach Earl McAnally and Assistant Coach Bruce Fischer, won four out of ten meets. The Thinclads finished fourth at the Ham- mond Invitationalg the Devil's mile relay team placed first at the same meet. J. D. Hairston, captain of this year's squad and high point man on the squad in almost every meet, was awarded the trophy for outstanding track athlete at the 1962 Lettermen's Banquet. Even though Coach McAnnally lost a few seniors, he will be greeted by nine returning lettermen. These lettermen plus other '62 squad members will give the Red Devils a nucleus for next year's team. TRACK TEAM-Front row: L. Beaver, J. D. Hairston, M. LaRocco, S. Ferguson, J. Parker, D. Prybylla, B. Chambers, V. Igelski, J. Carpenter, D. Plank. Second row: K. Herring, Mgr., E. Wood- rick, D. Robbins, J. Henley, R. Millbranth, P. Orzeck, J. Rux, B. Bannwart, J. Oshinski, S. Armour. Third row: D. Plank, E. Susnis, J. Selke, K. Krueger, N. Gibson, E. White, J. Manigold, B. Whinnen, T. Giese. Fourth row: Coach Earl McAnally, J. Wiedner, Mgr., S. Major, P. McBride, D. Dunlop, D. Lauer, K. Davis, P. Dodson, P. Zook, L. I.aBerge, T, Reed, Mgr., G. Hedstrom, Mgr., B. Mahaffey, Asst. Coach Bruce Fischer. 103 SWIMMING MC OPP Portage . . . . 53 42 Howe Military . . 39 56 Goshen . . . . 55 31 Lew Wallace . . 71 24 Horace Mann . . 49 46 S. B. Riley . . . 31 64 Valparaiso . . . 25 70 Chesterton . . . 76 18 S. B. Central . . 42 44 Goshen Relays . 1st - Mishawaka . . . 62 32 S. B. Washington . . . . 43 54 S. B. Adams . . 62 32 LaPorte . . . . 44 42 The Swimming Team in its second year of competi- tion finished the season with eight wins and six losses. The Red Devil tankmen, coached by Ross Kuszmaul, compiled a three-four record, finishing fifth in the Eastern Division of the Northern Indiana High School Conference. The inexperienced swimmers at City High beat such teams as Goshen and LaPorte-teams with three years' experience. The Red Devils also won the Goshen Relays, beating out three other teams. The Devils won fourteen trophies and twenty-six ribbons at the meet. John Curtis was big man in the win at Goshen, winning three individual trophies, in the Conference Meet at the end of the sea- son, he finished third in the backstroke to give the Devils points in the Hnal meet standings. Coach Kusz- maul, satisfied with the team's progress, summed up the season with the exclamation, "A great job!" Aquanauts splash to 8-6 record SWIMMING TEAM-T. Wiseman, S. Lowe, T. Reed, T. Brink, J. Farley, A. Murray, J. McWhorter, J. Wiedner, P. Hoop, T. Loveland, C. Enyeart, J. Curtis. BASEBALL TEAM-Front row: B. Henry, D. Greenlaw, B. Ragsdale, R. Haberman, N. Rebac, J. Arnold, T. Tiedeman, N. Porterrield, D. Jasicki. Second row: Coach Dave Parry, B. Hendrickson, Mgr D. Mertl, D. Cox, T, Dunlap, D. Schaurnann, T. Smith, B. Pilecki, J. Krachinski, A. Jumche, T Dunlap, Asst. Coach Paul Michaels. City nine captures crown Portage .... Washington-Clay . Hobart .... E. C. Roosevelt . S. B. Adams . . Elkhart . . LaPorte .... Mishawaka . . . S, B. Washington S. B. Central . . Gary Mann . Gary Mann . Goshen . . Valparaiso . LaPorte . . LaPorte . . S. B, Riley . St. joe, Mich. . St. Joe, Mich. . . Hammond Noll . Hammond Noll . BASEBALL MC . 10 . 4 . 10 . 5 . 8 . 11 . 2 . 3 . .18 . 6 . 8 . 4 . 2 . 3 . 1 . 0 . 2 . 8 . 6 . 4 . 6 OPP 1 3 3 8 3 1 1 1 5 5 3 5 3 0 4 2 1 3 5 3 1 The 1962 Red Devil Baseball Team tied for the conference title with South Bend Central, winning seven of their eight conference games. They linished the season with sixteen wins in twenty-one starts. Sophomore Terry Dunlap and senior Dick jasicki owned 7-1 and 5-1 records respectively. The Red Devil pitchers gave up an average of only two runs per gameg junior Bert Henry and senior Jim Arnold led the team with averages of .469 and .426 while Red Devil hitters averaged .269 as a team. The Devils outscored their opponents 148 runs to 54 runs. The Red Devils lost only three starters from last year's squad. With 13 returning lettermen Coach Parry is looking forward to another successful year and perhaps another con- ference title. 105 BASKETBALL TEAM-Kneeling: Jim Skonieczny, Manager, John Selke, Vernon Payne, J. B. Kiser, Jim Wellnitz, Manager, Eugene Simmons, Steve Major, Winroe Reed, Steve Henry, Manager. Standing: Dick Lamb, Assistant Coach, Les Norvell, Terry Smith, Dale Phillips, Ken Krueger, john Rhodes, Tony Levendowski, Nate Gipson, Doug Adams, Head Coach. Red Devils ranked 6th, 8th in state Coach Doug Adams led the 1963 Fighting Red Devils to a 21-4 record. The Devils placed second in the Eastern Divi- sion of the Northern Indiana High School Conference with a record of six wins and three losses. The Big Red held the number eight spot in the final Associated Press Poll and cap- tured sixth place on the United Press Honor Roll. The senior-dominated team started the season with a ten game winning streak. They beat South Bend Central 75-70 and Chicago Marshal 79-71 during the skein. The last two games of the win streak were victories in the East Chicago Washington Holiday Tournament. The Devils, ranked number two at the time, bear Evansville Bosse, last year's state champ and the number one team in the state at the time C75-615. The following night the Fighting Red won the Holiday Tournament with a 68-46 triumph over the eighth ranking host Senators. During the ensuing week the Associated Press unanimously chose the Red Devils as the number one team in the state of Indiana. The Red Devil's bubble was popped the following week 106 as unranked but always dangerous Goshen upset the Devils 67-64. The next night the Big Red rebounded to crush the East Chicago Washington Senators 72-51. The Devils got back on the winning trail as they defeated Elkhart, Mishawaka, and Hammond Noll to give them a record of fourteen wins and one defeat. City traveled to arch- rival LaPorte, and the Bred up Slicers beat the Devils for the first time in fifteen games 82-72. Fort Wayne North clipped City while they were down the following week 76-71. The Devils bounced back and finished the regular season with a 17-3 record by defeating South Bend Washington, Peru, and South Bend Riley. The Red Devils won their twelfth consecutive sectional by defeating the LaPorte team, that had conquered them earlier in the season, 66-62. john Rhodes, J. B. Kiser, and Vernon Payne were selected as members of the All-Sectional Team. City entered the regional with hopes of capturing their first title since 1935. The Devils defeated a big, fast Gary Roosevelt 88-83 in the afternoon. The final game pitted the Devils against East Chicago Washington, a team the Devils had beaten twice previously. This time six foot nine inch Rich Mason proved too much for the smaller Devils. Mason scored 46 points as he led his team to a 81-67 victory over the Devils, eliminating them from the state tournament. The Red Devils placed four boys on the Gary Port Tribuneh All- Regional Team. J. B. Kiser, Vernon Payne, Terry Smith, and Dale Phillips were selected as members of the team. During the entire year the Red Devils scored an average of 79 points per game, allowing an average of only 62 points to be scored against them. City's average margin of victory was 17 points. Dale Phillips led the Red Devils in rebound- ing by pulling down a total of 263 caroms. This figure gave the six foot four inch senior an average of 10.5 rebounds per game. Vernon Payne, the only junior on the starting five, led the Devils in scoring for the second straight year averag- ing 17.5 points per game and acquiring a total of 433 points for the year. Every man on this year's squad lettered. Even though six seniors will graduate, six juniors are waiting to move up with many impressive sophomores who compiled a 12-7 record for coach Dick Lamb's Pink Imps. BASKETBALL Gary Froebel . . . Valparaiso . . . . Hammond Morton S.B. Central . . Chicago Marshal . . S.B. Adams . F. W. South. . . . Hammond High . Evansville Bosse . . E. C. Washington . Goshen .... . E. C. Washington . . . Elkhart .... . Mishawaka . . . . Hammond Noll . . I.aPorte . . . F.W. North . . . S.B. Washington . Peru .... S.B. Riley . Stillwell . . . Union Township . . LaPorte .... . Gary Roosevelt . E. C. Washington . MC OPP 81 52 81 70 91 72 75 70 79 71 87 55 74 57 . . 100 47 75 61 68 46 64 67 72 51 69 51 82 52 89 59 72 82 71 76 77 61 76 56 74 64 98 49 89 57 66 62 88 85 67 81 PINK IMPS-Knegling: L. Krueger, Managerg J. Henry, D. Kelley, D. Church, I. Franks, G. Foldenauer, E. White, D. Nichols, Manager. Stm1ding.' F. LaBorn, C. Lamm, F. Keene, M, Frage- man S Mohammed, R. Wright, R Hedstrom, L. Crane, Coach Dick Lamb. 107 Jig, ?3? W n x f K . I 'K Q Q- ! V K X' . . . Q ' ' if X in V f V f 1 gf if Q 45 52 fQQ? ' D' - N VI' K. Q, X Qu ' 1 ' "N 1,31 .. ff. X n .Y , f 'Z-1.-q'-J , X' ' '54 . .M , A , f4H ?'I"7F'i A E , , Y . , .. , , dll , . if . ,. 4 u um.'fH5'Q P ,ff ' e,... 'Qu X 'H' 'L .1 f , U M 'D W , 4 -' 1' Jw. L51 Q-'?fg: 2 W I 1 V W Y ,. . ,g 5331-il'l 'Aff r A I Q ,Yi , I ' .A Q29 , ' x 43, if ,, t,.1 f , , . ' mfg ., 51, kx XJ I I 1 5, X JJ! ff. yi Jo' X -1 w 1 1' J 2 X t of YJ Ylf W J! cs Q' l li- ' . l V ,J Y ' .X Wi ,X Lv' XL: A O, JJ " Li' J-lj 'X fr V N J - N Q' FMU Q! to Lf TUV I IVV C in 013 5 'I ' V lt Wt 'jj Lv I :J ,Of Mx' 0 ll-1 U V NO, C I J Cy f , if GJ ,r KW X Xb if if S wa if a N ' N X . nfl Nw' I J 'X J VN ,U,flNhyiyu" of j' FQ' I JG Somehow f O, pf ll ' We have pride QXA LV gf V VJ in all the students: sf fb ef we . , X J in those weve selected as our friends, in those who've learned under the same teacher, who've worked long hours on the same team, who'Ve helped plan magnificently insane club parties, who ride the same bus or live on the same street, and in those who simply attend Elston. We have pride in the teachers Who've led, taught, cajoled, punished, and advised usg We grumble about long assignments and detentions and swear Weill hate a teacher the rest of our lives, then suddenly discover that we've learned While We suffered. These varied individuals are what really constitute our schoolg they are all united by a Bond of Pride. afzlffz 46154 4? W V args. W..s,... gs. . -- 3 . ' f .J rf' , W ff 5112 1 x ' ,L A ff if """!-'Ivs,,f-f-...- ARA K. SMITH WALLACE H. YENTES Superintendent of Schools Assistant Superintendent Administrators keep school system running smoothl SCHOOL BOARD--Sealed: Mr. Walter Wentland, presidentg Mrs. Grace Sparrow, secretaryg Miss Elma Schilf, financial secretaryg Slanding: Dr. P. J. Pilecki, vice presidentg Mr. E. Preston Calvertg Mt. James D. Young. Y" 'wi' 'Q'-in ,Lis 110 1 IN Nr F. FOY HANEY WARREN E. JONES Principal Assistant Principal Lack of space was the biggest problem confronting our administrators during the 62-63 year. Mr. Smith and Mr. Yentes, working with the School Board, purchased land for a junior high school in Lakeland and an elementary school for the South Gate Subdivision. An additional six rooms were added to the Knapp Elementary School. This year Mr. G. Robert Stevens was appointed Director of Transportation. Following through administrative decisions were Mr. Haney, Elston Senior High principal, and Mr. jones, assistant principal. They tackled the need of space in Elston and found new ways to fit in the 1850 students. Miss Ruth Kemena-Director of Health and Service Mr. George Mclntire-Audio-Visual Director Mrs. Janice Breed-Director of Guidance SECRETARIES-Mrs. Lucille Larsen and Miss Har- riet Wright. G. ROBERT STEVENS Director of Transportation jxx-x-r4",,,... NANCY CALVERT-Journalismg COMET Spon- sor ROBERT CASSIDY-Commercial GARTH COBBUM-Commercial WILMA COMMER-Arrg Crafrg Pain: Spots Sponsor RICHARD COOK-Commercialg Sophomore Class Sponsor MARY COX-Englishg Frenchg '63 Tri-Hi-Y Sponsor JERRY CRIPE-Healthg Safety MAX CROFT--Healthg FTA Sponsorg Red Der- bies Sponsor TN!!! 112 Elston CHARLES ABRAHAM-Commercialg Drivers' Trainingg Hall Patrol Sponsor DOUGLAS ADAMS-Social Studiesg Drivers' Trainingg Basketball Coach ROBERT AIGNER-Counselor CAROL APPLEGARTH-Counselor GENEVIEVE BONFIELD-Lating Englishg AVA Coordinator PAUL BYRD-Counselor RUTH CURTIS-English MILDRED DAHLBERG-Librariang Dahlite Sponsor ROGER DONOGHUE-Social Studiesg Hi-Y Sponsor PHYLLIS DURAND-Englishg Radio Club Sponsorg junior Class Sponsor EVELYN EHRET-Nurse MADELINE FERGUSON-Foods Y if Faculty BRUCE FISCHER-Safety HUBERT GRIFFIS-Mathematicsg Social Studies DIANE HAAS-English HUSSEIN HAKIM-Spanishg Spanish Club Sponsor HELEN HALL-Commercialg FBLA Sponsor JERALD HALPIN-Englishg Blackfriars Sponsor .19 "v , RICHARD LAMB-Drivers' Trainingg Physical Education ELOISE LEE-Commercialg Red Cross Sponsor C. D. LONZO-Social Studiesg Honor Society Sponsorg junior Concessions Sponsor BARBARA LOOTENS-Frenchg French Club Sponsor BERNARD LOOTENS-Englishg Social Studiesg Junior Class Sponsor EARL MCANALLY-Drivers' Trainingg Mechan- ical Drawingg Track Coach S hy-sq. Wir .pf fb 'C' RONALD HARDEN-Electric Shopg VE Shop TOM HENDRICKS-Bandg Dance Band Sponsor BERNICE HENRY-Lating Latin Club Sponsor EDWARD HIBBS-Germang German Club Sponsor CYNTHIA HUFFMAN-English GEORGE HULTGREN-Chemistryg Canteen Sponsor JEROME KARSTENS-Safetyg Football Coach ROSS KUSZMAUL-Machineg Shopg VM Shopg Swimming Coach L., 'Nl 3K Q! iN--...Q DELBERT MILLER-Auto Shopg Physical Edu cariong Cheerleader Sponsorg Golf Coach ELIZABETH MUNGER-Englishg '65 Tri-Hi-Y Sponsor JAMES NICHOLAS-Auto Shopg VA Shopg Welding MARY NIGHTINGALE-Englishg ELSTONIAN Sponsor THOMAS O'NEILL-Gcrmang German Club Sponsor VICTOR OVERMAN-Social Studiesg Football Coach DAVID PARRY-Englishg Student Council Sponsor HELEN POHL-Englishg Thespian Sponsor ny f I . QU A MMM Elston XL 0,114 BONNIE MCQUILKIN-Commercialg DCE Sponsor BERNICE MANN-Commercial DORIS MARTIN-English SHELDON MAXEY-DCEQ T841 Club Sponsor NEWTON MEER-Wood Shopg VW Shop ELMER MILLBRANTH-Mathematicsg Athletic Manager RICHARD PRESSER--Mathematicsg Math Club Sponsor EDWINA RAISOR-Physical Educationg GAA Sponsor ARTHUR RHOADS-Social Studiesg Hall Monitor Sponsor GORDON ROBISON-Scienceg Mathematics LOUIS ROSS-Commercial WALLACE SACKS-Mechanical Drawingg Blue Print Faculty NOEL SCHLEGELMILCH-Safety JAMES SIMS-Mathematicsg Student Store Sponsor I.. W. SMITH--Chemistry DENNIS SORGE-Mathematics DOROTHY SPARKS-Counselor MARY LOU SPARKS-Foodsg Clothingg Healthg Fashionette Sponsor Qs BEVERLY WARREN-Commercialg Sophomore Class Sponsor HAROLD WEGNER-Drivers' Trainingg Senior Class Sponsor CHARLOTTE WESTPHAL-Library Clerk DEIDRE WILLIAMS-Englishg Writers' Club Sponsor HELEN WILLIAMS-Counselorg '64 Tri-Hi-Y Sponsor rg, Q., ' ffl, .f ,. THOMAS SPARKS-Arch. Dr.g Tech. Dr. MARGARET SPIRO-Social Stucliesg Forum Club Sponsor MARION SPRAGUE-Social Studies CHARLOTTE TAYLOR-English LEWIS TIMBERLAKE-Vocal Musicg Madrigals Sponsor ROBERTA TROXEL-Englishg Spanishg Red Derbies Sponsor SALLY TWESTEN-Mathematicsg Science JEANETTE URQUHART-Commercialg Senior Class Sponsor l 'fti 'b"'y1i' an-fl X Avi ,X X X Senior Honors gi , . X Co-Valedictorian Co-Valedictorian Deryle Durand Maxine Alix Philip Moriarty National Merit Scholarship Finalist Mary Ann Rolston D.A.R. Citizenship Award X Q we Q fs ,,L.k K if z" A Top Ten Maxine Alix Deryle Durand Paul Johnson Jacqueline Widmar Donna Peters Patricia Ruby Walter DeWa1d Patricia Pfaif Thomas Burns Albert Henry Richard Jones S.A.R. Citizenship Award Summer Exchange Student Geoffrey Rose Winner in National Council of Teachers of English Contest Jane Ann Nelson Betty Crocker Homemaker Award Three years at Elston end on the auditorium stage with a small leather-encased piece of paper, three years at Elston end with tears, impassive mature faces, a noisy flock of congratulating relatives, high-spirited parties-they end with a half-whispered goodbye, said walking out the door, or leaving the last class, or looking at the school a day or a month later. We started as sophomoresg our party was "The Wild West"g we came to know Elston-its class elections, home- coming, cheerleader elections, Red Devil games, assemblies, classes, clubs. Then we were juniors, next to the top, we presented "January Thaw", our Prom was "Bali Hai." To lead our Senior Class we chose Tom Dolembo as president, john Hileman as vice-president, and Theresa Gryvna as secretary- treasurer. Our class sponsors were Mrs. Jeanette Urquhart and Mr. Harold Wegner. As seniors we've crowned our three years by setting up a scholarship fund in honor of Fanny. From the raw material of three years we've molded an experience we won't forget. We're proud of it. CLASS OFFICERS-John Hileman, vice-president, Theresa Gryvna secretary-treasurerg Tom Dolembo, president. Seniors bid Elston farewell SENIOR STEERING COMMITTEE-Maureen Anderson, Theresa Gryvna, Tom Dolembo, Dcryle Durand, Mary Ann Rolston. Standing: Mrs. Urquhart, Laura Mork, Frank Armstrong, Ed Wootl- rick, john Hileman, Tina Kowalski, Mr. Wagner. 117 X . 2 3' ,J , D X 'xii' be Q ,Q C Cp -5 .9 Vi' SANDRA ARENS-Hall Monitors 2, 33 Hall Patrol 33 Red Derbies lg Cheering Block 2, 33 Soph. Party lg Jr. Prom 23 German Club 1, 2, 33 Forum Club 23 Writers' Club 3. SHAUN ARMOUR-Homecoming 33 Student Council 3g Cheerlead- ers 1, 2, 33 Cross Country 33 Track 1, 2, 33 Wrestling 23 Hall Patrol 2, 33 Jr. Concessions 23 ELSTONIAN 2, 33 Soph. Party 13 Jr. Prom 23 German Club 13 Paint Spots 13 "Oklahoma" Musical 3. FRANK ARMSTRONG-Steering Committee 33 Red Derbies 35 French Club 2, 3. RICHARD ARMSTRONG-Football 33 Red Derbies 33 French Club 2, 3. JOHN ARNETT-Football 1, 2, 3g Hall Monitors 2, 33 Jr. Red Cross lg Hi-Y 1, 2, 33 Jr. Play 13 Jr. Prom 23 Mixed Chorus 3. RICHARD AYAD EDWARD BABINEC PAM BAKER-Jr. Concessions 13 Red Derbies 13 Cheering Block lg Jr. Play 13 Jr. Prom 13 Tri-Hi-Y 1, 2, 3. LARRY BEAVER-Track l, 23 Football 2, 3. 118 SENIOR SUE ABBOTI'-D.E. Club 33 Mixed Chorus 33 Orchestra 13 Cheer- ing Block 1. MICHAEL ABEL. DONNA ADLER-Honor Society 2, 33 Homecoming 2, 33 Student Council 1, 23 Cheerleaders 1, 2, 33 Science Seminar 13 Hall Monitors 33 Student Store 33 Jr. Play 23 Soph. Party 13 Jr. Prom 23 German Club 1, 2g Math Club 1, 2, 3g Forum Club 2, 33 Tri-Hi-Y 2, 33 Jr. Miss Pageant. BARBARA AHRENDT-G.A.A. 23 Girls' Chorus 13 Mixed Chorus 2, 3. MAXINE ALIX-Honor Society 2, 3g Homecoming 2, 3, Cheerlead- ers 1, 2, 3g Exchange Student 23 Hall Monitors l, 2, 33 Oiiice Mes- sengers lg Student Store 1, 2, 33 Tri-Hi-Y 1, 2, 33 Jr. Play 23 Soph. Party 13 Jr. Prom 23 "Oklahoma"3 French Club 2, 33 Math Club 1, 2, 33 Forum Club 1, 3. JAMES ALLIE-T8zI Club 2, 3. GAIL ANDERSON-Honor Society 2, 3g Homecoming 33 Coun- selors' Assistants 23 Jr. Concessions 23 Red Derbies 1, 23 Cheering Block 31 ELSTONIAN 2, 33 Jr. Play 23 Soph Party lg Jr. Prom 2, Latin Club 2, 33 Math Club 1, 2, 33 Tri-Hi-Y 1, 2. PATRICIA ANDERSON-Hall Monitors 23 Red Derbies 33 Cheering Block 33 Jr. Prom 23 French Club 2, 33 Girls' Chorus 2, 33 Tri-Hi-Y 3. SUSAN ANDERSON-Canteen 33 Hall Monitors 2, 33 Red Derbies 13 Cheering Block 2, 3g Jr. Play 23 Soph. Party 13 Jr. Prom 23 French Club 2, 3g Blackfriars 13 A Cappella 33 Mixed Chorus 23 "Oklahoma"3 Jr. Miss Pageantg Rotary Speech Contest 2. . ...,-. he . 3 1 'X Q 3 5 , gl, 3 i Q, SEN IORS JERRIE suis BECK-Red Derbies 2, 3, cheering Biock 2, 3. TERRY BECKMAN KAREN BENFORD-Canteen 2, 33 Jr. Concessions 23 Red Derbies 23 Cheering Block 33 ELSTONIAN 2, 33 Jr. Play 23 Soph. Party 13 Jr. Prom 23 German Club 3g French Club 33 Tri-Hi-Y 3. JUDY BENOVVITZ--Steering Committee 2, 33 Cheerleaders 13 Hall Monitors 1, 23 Student Store 33 Tri-Hi-Y 1, 2, 33 Red Derbies 33 CRIMSON COMET 33 Jr. Play 23 Soph. Party 13 Jr. Prom 23 French Club 2, 33 Math Club 23 Forum Club 13 "Oklahoma," PAM BERG--Steering Committee 2, 33 Student Store 33 Jr. Con- cessions 23 Red Derbies 1, 33 Jr. Play 23 Soph. Party 13 Jr. Prom 23 French Club 23 Tri-Hi-Y 1, 2, 3. DOROTHY BERKES-Hall Monitors 2, 33 Jr. Red Cross 13 Jr. Concessions 23 Red Derbies 1, 2, 33 Jr. Play 23 Soph. Party 13 Jr. Prom 23 French Club 2, 33 Math Club 13 Tri-Hi-Y 2, 3. HEINZ BEST--German Club 3. TIM BIETRY-Cross Country 33 Baseball 13 Hall Patrol 1, 2, 33 Jr. Concessions 23 Jr. Play 23 Soph. Party 13 Jr. Prom 23 Spanish Club 2, 33 Mixed Chorus 23 "Oklahoma"3 Boys' Chorus 1. NANCY BINTZ-Girls' Chorus 1. uh., RICHARD BLISSMER ROBERT BLOCK-Hall Patrol 1, 2, 33 Jr. Concessions 23 Latin Club 2, 3g Math Club 1, 2, 33 Forum Club 2. CAROL BODLEY DIANE BOEHNLEIN-Dahlites 1, 2, 33 Jr. Concessions 23 Red Derbies 2, 33 Spanish Club 33 A Cappella 2, 33 Mixed Chorus 13 Madrigals 2, 33 "Amahl and the Night Visitors"3 "Oklahoma"3 Fashionettes 2, 3. ROBERT BOEHNLEIN-Student Council 23 Hall Patrol 33 Jr. Con- cessions 23 German Club 13 Math Club 1. LINDA BOHLIN-Canteen lg Hall Monitors 23 Red Derbies 2, 33 Jr. Prom 23 French Club 2, 33 Tri-Hi-Y 3. ALICE BOHNSTADT-G.A.A. 13 Jr. Red Cross 13 Red Derbies 1, 23 Cheering Block 23 Jr. Play 23 Soph. Party 13 Jr. Prom 23 Ger- man Club 13 Blackfriars 13 Girls' Chorus 1, 23 Mixed Chorus 33 Tri-Hi-Y 2, 3. JAMES BONFIELD--Basketball 13 Football 1, 2, 33 Hall Monitors 2, 33 Hall Patrol 2, 33 Hi-Y 1, 2, 33 Jr. Prom 23 Mixed Chorus 33 Boys' Chorus 3. JANET BONFIELD-Red Derbies 2, 33 Cheering Block 2, 33 Jr. Prom 23 Tri-Hi-Y 2, 3. 119 lui Q JUDY BRUHLER--Tri-Hi-Y 3. WILLIAM BUCKNER-T8cI Club 2, 3. DAVID BURCH SHARON BURCH DUANE BURKHART--Swim Team 2, 33 German Club 3. THOMAS BURNS-Honor Society 2, 33 Science Seminar 1, 23 Tennis Team 1, 23 Counselors' Assistants 3g Soph, Party 13 jr. Prom 23 Latin Club 23 Math Club 1, 2. EDWARD BYRD-Hall Monitors lg Mixed Chorus 33 F.T.A. lg Jr. Red Cross 33 Mixed Ensemble 1. JANE CALVERT-Homecoming 33 Dahlites 1, 2, 33 Tri-Hi-Y 1, 2, 33 Red Derbies 23 Cheering Block 33 CRIMSON COMET 33 ELSTONIAN 2, 33 Jr. Play 23 Soph. Party 13 jr. Prom 23 French Club 33 Blackfriats 2. MARTHA CAPP-Honor Society 2, 33 Homecoming 3s Science Seminar 1, 2, 33 Student Store 1, 2, 33 Tri-Hi-Y 1, 23 jr. Concessions 2g Red Derbies 1, 33 Cheering Block 33 ELSTONIAN 2, 33 jr. Play 23 Soph. Party 13 jr. Prom 23 Latin Club 2, 33 Math Club 1, 2, 33 Blackfriars 1, 2, 3. 120 T M SEN IORS ADOLPH BOOTZ PATRICIA BOWERS-Quill and Scroll 13 G.A.A. 13 Tri-Hi-Y 33 CRIMSON COMET 2, 33 Latin Club 2. PEGGY BOWKER-Band 1. GERALD BOWMAR MARY BREITZKA-Hall Monitors 13 Girls' Chorus 1. VIRGIL BRITZKE GILBERT BROOKS-Steering Committee 1, 23 Homecoming lg Stu- dent Council 1, 23 Hall Patrol 2, 33 Hi-Y 33 jr. Concessions 23 jr. Play 2g Soph. Party 13 jr. Prom 23 Latin Club 2g Math Club 23 Forum Club 2, 33 Mixed Chorus 3g Mixed Ensemble 1. REBECCA BROOKS VIOLET BROWN SENIORS MICHAEL CAPPY-Track 1, 25 Football 1, 2, 35 Hall Monitors 1, 2, 35 Hall Patrol 2, 35 Jr. Red Cross 15 Hi-Y 2, 35 Jr. Play 25 Jr. Prom 25 Spanish Club 1. PATRICIA CARSON-Student Council 35 G.A.A. 15 Hall Monitors 25 Tri-Hi-Y 1, 2, 35 Jr. Concessions 25 Red Derbies 15 Soph. Party 15 Spanish Club 15 Band 1, 2, 3. BEVERLY CARTER-Jr, Red Cross 15 Tri-Hi-Y 25 Girls Chorus 1. LINDA CARTER-OHice Messengers 25 Girls' Chorus 1. NANCY CARTER-Hall Monitors 25 D.E. Club 2, 3. BARBARA CASHBAUGH-Dahlites 1, 2, 35 Jr. Concessions 25 Red Derbies 1, 35 Cheering Block 35 German Club 1, 2, 35 Tri-Hi-Y 3. MARIA CHAKOS-G.A.A. 15 French Club 2, 3. SUSANNE CHAKOS--G.A.A. 15 French Club 2, 3. BRUCE CHAMBERS-Track 1, 2, 35 Football 1, 2, .35 Hall Monitors 2, 35 Hi-Y 2, 35 jr. Play 25 Jr. Prom 25 Mixed Chorus 33 Boys' Chorus 2. DALLAS CHAPPELL ROBERT CHILDERS-Track 15 Football 15 Hall Monitors 25 Hi-Y 1, 2, 35 jr. Prom 25 Boys' Chorus 35 Mixed Chorus 3. DAVE CHILDRESS JOHN CHILDRESS ALICE CHRISTIANSEN-Honor Society 1, 25 Student Store 1, 25 Jr. Concessions 25 Red Derbies 33 Cheering Block 35 Jr. Play 25 Spanish Club 2, 35 Tri-Hi-Y 3. BARBARA CLARK-Hall Monitors 1, 2, 35 Jr. Red Cross 33 Cheering Block 25 Paint Spots 3. JUDITH CLINGER RICHARD COFFEE LARRY COLVIN 121 EVELYN DANIELS-Hall Monitors 25 Red Derbies 5. RUSSELL DAUBERT-Cheering Block 5. GLEN DEE-Jr. Concessions 25 Cheering Block 5. KEN DEE-Wrestling 55 Jr. Concessions 2. JOHN DEMCHAK CHRISTINE DETWILER-Tri-Hi-Y 1, 2, 55 Jr. Concessions 25 Red Derbies 1, 55 Jr. Play 25 Soph, Party 15 Jr. Prom 25 German Club 15 French Club 2, 55 Math Club 25 Forum Club 5. WALTER DEWALD-Latin Club 2, 55 Math Club 35 Forum Club 5. THOMAS DOLEMBO-Honor Society 2, 55 Steering Committee 1, 2, 55 Class President 1, 2, 55 Thespian 2, 55 Student Council 1, 25 Boys' State 25 Science Seminar 1, 2, 55 Tennis Team 1, 2, 55 Hall Patrol 1, 2, 55 Jr. Concessions 25 Jr. Play 25 Soph. Party 15 Jr. Prom 25 Math Club 15 Forum Club 1. TIM DUNLAP-Steering Committee 55 Baseball 55 Basketball 15 Football 1. 122 SENIOR FRED COMBS JOAN CONSDORF-Hall Patrol 1. MARILYN COOK-Thespian 2, 55 Student Council 25 Tri-Hi-Y 1, 2, 35 Jr. Concessions 25 Red Derbies 15 Cheering Block 25 Jr. Play 25 Jr. Prom5 Spanish Club 2, 55 Musical 2. PENNI COOK-Tri-Hi-Y 1, 2, 55 Red Derbies 15 Cheering Block 25 Jr. Play 25 Soph. Party 15 Jr. Prom 25 Musical 2. DENNIS COX-Baseball 1, 2, 55 Jr. Concessions 25 Jr. Prom 2. JOHNNIE CRAWFORD-Honor Society 2, 55 Student Council 55 G.A.A. 1, 2, 55 Hall Monitors 2, 55 Hall Patrol 1, 2, 55 Red Derbies 1, 2, 55 French Club 1, 2, 5. KATHY CROSBY-Tri-Hi-Y 2, 55 Red Derbies 53 Writers' Club 59 Golf Team. JOHN CUMMINGS BARBARA DANA X SEN IORS DERYLE DURAND-Honor Society 2, 35 Steering Committee 2, 35 Homecoming 2, 35 Thespian 1, 2, 53 Student Council 15 Dahlites 1, 2, 35 Student Store 1, 2, 35 jr. Concessions 25 Cheering Block 1, 35 Jr. Play 25 Soph. Party 15 Jr. Prom 25 French Club 2, 33 Math Club 15 Blackfrairs 1, 2, 35 A Cappella 2, 35 Mixed Chorus 15 Madrigals 2, 35 "Oklahoma"5 "Good News", Rotary Speech Contest 25 Tri-Hi-Y 1, 3. PAUL DUSZYNSKI-Hall Monitors 1. LEROY EDINGER ROBERT EDWARDS-T811 Club 2, 3. DAVID ENGLAND EDWARD ENNIS LINDA EVERETT-Steering Committee 25 Homecoming 35 Tri-Hi-Y 1, 2, 35 Jr. Concessions 25 Red Derbies 35 jr. Prom 25 Girls' Chorus 1, 25 F.T.A. 3. ALICIA FARMER-G.A.A. 1, 2, 35 Red Derbies 2, 35 Fashionettes 1, 2, 3. JERROLD FARMER-Jr. Red Cross 1, 2. , vw M. .fue f Q . . ,, ., tc, W 1 " ' - , ' . . - ' A 'f 'ff' ' - i. ,s-QQ - 5. .5k. 1 Q13 5 I 'dw Q, . .3 A f fl , 'A 2 ' s, 5.1 K '- Q H Q. 5 ., 1 , , , .5 -- ' 3, . ' 1 zu if , 'M - . I , 1 ' ' , C 'Ht' Ffikfii ts. SUSAN FISCH WALLACE FLY-Cross Country 15 Basketball 15 Boys' Chorus 1, 2. DIANE FOLDENAUER-Fashionettes. PHYLLIS FOLDENAUER-Tri-Hi-Y 25 Red Derbies 15 Cheering Block 25 jr. Play 25 Fashionettes 3. MARGIE FONTANA BARBARA FORD-Homecoming 25 Hall Monitors 2, 53 Jr. Con- cessions 25 Soph. Party 15 D.E. Club 2, 3. CHERYL FORD-Tri-Hi-Y 15 jr, Concessions 25 Red Derbies 15 Cheering Block 25 T8cI Club 2, 3. CORA FOSTER-Homecoming 25 jr. Concessions 25 Red Derbies 1, 35 jr. Play 25 Soph. Party 15 Jr. Prom 25 F.B.L.A. 25 Girls Chorus 1, 2. WARREN FOSTER-Football 1, 2, 35 Cheering Block 1. 123 ,f JUDY GILL-G.A.A. 23 Hall Monitors 33 Red Derbies 35 Cheering Block 3. BARBARA GILLMAN-CRIMSON COMET 2, 33 Jr. Play 23 Span- ish Club 13 Mixed Chorus 2, 3. RONALD GLANZ-Baseball 1, 33 Football 1, 2, 33 Spanish Club 23 Math Club 3. LINDA GIPE ROBERT GLEASON-Homecoming 2g Student Council 23 Track 1, 23 Tennis Team 1, 2, 33 Hall Monitors 1, 23 Hi-Y 2, 33 Jr. Prom 23 German Club 2g Jazz Band 13 Band 1, 2. CONNIE GOBLE-Red Derbies 1, 2, 33 Cheering Block 33 Paint Spots 2. RICHARD GRAMS DOUGLAS GREENLAW-Baseball 1, 2, 33 Football 1, 2, 33 Swim Team 23 Hall Monitors 2, 33 Hall Patrol 33 Hi-Y 1, 2, 33 Soph. Party lg Jr, Prom 23 Spanish Club 1, 2. JOHN GREENWAY-Wrestling 3. 124 SEN IORS CAROL FOX-Honor Society 2, 3g Student Council Zz Exchange Student 35 Canteen 33 Student Store 13 Jr. Concessions 23 Red Derbies lg Cheering Block 33 CRIMSON COMET 2, 33 Jr. Play 23 Soph. Party 13 Jr. Prom 23 Spanish Club 2, 33 F.T.A. 33 Jr. Miss Pageant. MIKE FRECKE CAROL FULTZ-Jr, Red Cross 33 Orchestra lg Fashionettes 3. LARRY FURR CHARLES GAMBILL BETTY GARRELS-Honor Society 2, 33 Homecoming 33 Thespian 2, 3g Hall Monitors 33 Student Store 1, 23 Jr. Concessions 23 Red Derbies 1, 33 Jr. Play 23 Soph. Party lg Jr. Prom 23 Spanish Club 1, 2, 33 Forum Club 2, 3. GORDON GASSAWAY GEORGE GEISSLER-Science Seminar 1, 2. JERRY GIBBS-Track 2g Tennis Team 1, 2, 33 Hall Monitors 13 Hi-Y 2, 3. vp... SEN IORS THERESA GRYVNA-Honor Society 2, 35 Steering Committee 2, 3, Homecoming 3, Class Secretary 2, 33 Cheerleaders 1, 2, 3g Girls' State 25 Hall Monitors 3, Student Store 1, 2, 33 Tri-Hi-Y 3, Jr. Concessions 25 Red Derbies 1, 25 Jr. Play 2g Soph. Party lg Jr. Prom 2, Latin Club 2, 3g Blackfriars lg Girls' Chorus 1, 2, Mixed Chorus 3, Musical 2. KATHI HAACK-Steering Committee 3, Homecoming 3, Cheerlead- ers lg Hall Monitors 2, 3, Tri-Hi-Y 1, 2, 3, Jr. Concessions 2, CRIM- SON COMET 23 Jr. Play 2s Soph, Party 1, Jr. Prom 2, Bowling 1, 2, 3. RODNEY HABERMAN-Baseball 1, 2, 35 Hall Patrol lg Jr. Con- cessions Zg CRIMSON COMET 25 ELSTONIAN 2, 35 Jr. Play 2, Soph. Party 15 German Club 2. MARGARET HAIROPOULOS-Thespian 33 G.A.A. 13 Student Store lg Jr. Red Cross lg Red Derbies 1, 2, 3g Cheering Block 2, 35 Jr. Play 2, Soph. Party 1, Jr. Prom 25 Blackfriars 1, 2, 3, Fashionettes 1. JERRY HAJDUSIEXWICZ-Student Council 25 Baseball 1, Football 1, 33 Latin Club 2, 33 F.T.A. 1, 2, 3. RUTH HALE FLORENCE HALFACRE JOE HALL-Hi-Y 1, 25 Jr. Concessions 2, OHN HARRISON r Lion 3 Student Council 1 Track 1 Hall J -J - ' s ' , 3: : Monitors 2, 33 Hall Patrol 1, 2, 3g CRIMSON COMET 3: lr. Play 2, Soph. Party 13 Jr. Prom 25 Forum Club 2, Boys' Chorus 1. NEIL HARTMAN-Tennis Team 1, 2, 33 Hall Patrol 2, 35 Spanish Club lg Bowling 1, 2. JANET HARTSBURG-Homecoming 35 Hall Monitors 35 Girls' Chorus 2, Mixed Chorus 3, Fashionettes. JOHN HAUSKINS-Golf Team 2, 3g Cheering Block 2. MARY LYNN HAWKER-Homecoming 3, Cheerleaders lg Jr. Con- cessions 2g Red Derbies 1, 2, 35 Cheering Block 3g Jr. Prom 2, Blackfriars 2, Girls' Chorus 1, Mixed Chorus 2, 33 Color Guard lg Tri-Hi-Y 2, Musical 2. THOMAS HAWKINS ANNETTE HEDGES-Hall Patrol 35 Latin Club 2, 33 Forum Club 2. RONALD HENDERSON-Baseball 1, 2, Tennis Team 1, 2, 3, Hall Monitors 2, 33 Hi-Y 2, 3, German Club 2. ROBERT HENDRICKSON-Baseball 1, 2, 33 Jr. Concessions 2. JAMES HENLEY-Track 1, 2, Basketball 1, 2, Football 1, 2. 125 JANICE HOWARD-jr. Prom 2. SUE HOWARD-G.A.A. 1, 2, Jr. Prom 1, Fashionettes 1. JEAN HULLINGER-cheering Block 2, 3: Jr. Play 2, Mixed Chorus 2, 3. SUSAN HURST-Tri-Hi-Y 1, 3, Red Derbies 1, 2, A.V.A. 1, T811 2, 3. ANNIE JACKSON BOB JACOBS-Wrestling 3. JAMES JASNIESKI CAROL JENKS KATHI JOHANSSON-Canteen 1, Red Derbies 1. 126 SENIORS BERT HENRY--Honor Society 2, 3, Steering Committee 1, 2, 3, Baseball 1, 2, 3, Basketball 1, 2, Football 1, 2, 3, Hall Monitors 1, Hall Patrol 1, 2, 3, Hi-Y 2, 3, Jr. Play 2, Soph. Party 1, Jr. Prom 2, Math Club 2, 3, Forum Club 2, 3, B.A.A. Council 3. DOLORES HEROD TED HERRBACH-Pep Band 1, 2, 3, Jazz Band 1, 2, 3, Dance Band 1, 2, 3, Band 1, 2, 3. GLORIA HIBNER DOROTHY HICKS REBECCA HICKS-Steering Committee 1, Hall Monitors 2, Jr. Concessions 2, Red Derbies 1, 2, 3, CRIMSON COMET 2, jr. Play 2, Soph. Party 1, jr. Prom 1, 2, French Club 2, 3, Blackfriars 1, 2, Tri-Hi-Y 1, 2, 3. JOHN HILEMAN-Honor Society 2, 3, Steering Committee 2, 3, Homecoming 3, Thespian 2, 3, Tennis Team 1, 2, Hall Monitors 2, Hall Patrol 2, 3, Counselors' Assistants 3, Hi-Y 2, 3, jr. Concessions 2, Jr. Play 2, Soph. Party 1, jr. Prom 2, Latin Club 2, 3, Math Club 5, 2, 3, Forum Club 2, 3, Vice-president 3, Rotary Speech Contest , 5- CAYLE HILTON PHIL HOOP-Swim Team 2, 3, Hi-Y 1, 2, 3, Jr. Prom 2. , saga.-nee' ,- 1 i ,, 4' N - 1 gs s qi E3 . SEN IORS CAROLE JOHNSON-Homecoming 35 Cheerleaders 15 Hall Moni- tors 1, 25 Oflice Messengers 2, 35 Tri-Hi-Y 2, 35 Jr. Concessions 25 Red Derbies 15 Jr. Play 25 Jr. Prom 1, 2. DORSEY JOHNSON-Golf Team 1, 25 Hall Monitors 35 Office Messengers 25 Student Store 2, 35 Tri-Hi-Y 1, 2, 35 Jr. Concessions 35 Red Derbies 35 CRIMSON COMET 35 Jr. Play 25 Jr. Prom 25 French Club 2, 35 Math Club 25 Fonlm Club 2. LOIS JOHNSON-G.A.A. 1, 2, 35 Red Derbies 33 Fashionettes 3. PAUL JOHNSON--Honor Society 2, 35 Student Council 35 Science Seminar 1, 2, 35 Soph. Party 15 Math Club 35 A.V.A. 1, 2, 33 Radio Club 1, 2. ROY JOHNSON-Hall Patrol 15 D.E. Club 2. RUTHANNE JOHNSON-Jr. Concessions 25 Red Derbies 1, 2, 33 Cheering Block 35 Jr. Play 25 Jr, Prom 25 Girls' Chorus 15 Tri-Hi-Y 1, 25 Fashionettes 3. RICHARD JONES-Honor Society 2, 35 Thespian 2, 35 Student Council 1, 25 D.A.R. Award 35 Boys' State 35 Jr. Lion 35 Jr. Con- cessions 25 CRIMSON COMET 2, 35 Soph. Party 15 Spanish Club 1, 25 A Cappella 2, 35 Madrigals 2, 3. JOANNE JOSEPH-Student Store 35 Red Derbies 35 Cheering Block 35 CRIMSON COMET 35 Spanish Club 35 Forum Club 35 Tri-Hi-Y 35 F.T.A. 3. CAMILLE KALIL-Canteen 35 Tri-Hi-Y 2, 35 Blackfrairs 15 Forum Club 15 T8cI Club 2, 35 Girls' Chorus 1. -ur' GAYLE KALIL-G.A.A. 15 Canteen 1, 25 Hall Monitors 35 Jr. Red Cross 15 Jr, Concessions 25 Red Derbies 15 Jr. Prom 2. RONALD KEEN CHARLES KEENE-Hall Monitors 3. JANET KEEVER-Student Council 25 Tri-Hi-Y 1, 2, 35 Jr. Conces- sions 25 Red Derbies 15 Soph. Party 15 Jr. Prom 25 Latin Club 2. CAROL KELLER-Hall Monitors 1, 2, 35 Ofiice Messengers 35 Jr. Concessions 25 Red Derbies 15 Jr. Play 25 Jr. Prom 25 Bowling 3' Tri-Hi-Y 1, 2, 3. v JAMES KERSEY-Football 15 Wrestling 15 Jr. Red Cross 15 D.E. Club 2. JOAN KERWIN-OHice Messengers 15 Jr. Concessions 25 Red Derbies 15 Jr. Prom 25 Fashionettes 35 Bowling 3. DENNIS KIENITZ-T8cI Club 2, 3. DONALD KIENITZ--Hall Monitors 35 Jr. Play 2. 127 DIANNE KOLOBUCHOWSKI-Hall Monitors 23 Jr. Concessions 2g Jr. Prom 23 Latin Club 2, 3. LINDA KOMASINSKI-Canteen 23 Student Store 2, 33 Jr. Conces- sions 23 Red Derbies l, 33 Cheering Block 33 CRIMSON COMET 23 ELSTONIAN 2, 33 Jr. Play 23 Soph, Party 13 Jr. Prom 23 Latin Club 2, 33 Blackfriars 2, 33 A Cappella 2, 33 Mixed Chorus lg Madrigals 2, 33 Tri-Hi-Y 1, 2, 33 "Amahl and the Night Visitors"3 "Oklahoma"3 Musical 2. CHRIS KOPCZYK-Student Council 33 Hall Monitors 33 Oflice Messengers 3. KATHLEEN KOWALSKI-Homecoming 23 Canteen 23 Dahlites 2, 33 Student Store 2, 33 Jr. Concessions 23 Red Derbies 1, 33 Cheering Block 33 Jr. Play 23 Soph. Party 13 Jr. Prom 23 Latin Club 2, 33 Girls' Chorus 2g Mixed Chorus 33 Tri-Hi-Y 1, 2, 33 Writers' Club 33 Musical 2. TINA KOWALSKI-Steering Committee 2, 33 Office Messengers l, 2, 33 Tri-Hi-Y 2, 33 Red Derbies 23 jr. Play 2g Soph. Party 13 Jr. Prom 1, 23 Forum Club 23 Bowling 3. JACK KRACHINSKI-Baseball 1, 23 Hall Monitors 13 Hall Patrol 1, 23 Jr. Red Cross 1, 23 CRIMSON COMET 1, 23 Boys' Chorus I, 2, 3. WALLACE KROENING ALAN KRUEGER SUSAN KUHN-Hall Monitors 1, 23 Tri-Hi-Y 1, 23 Cheering Block 23 Red Derbies lg Color Guard 1. 128 SEN IORS JERRALY KIMBLE-Homecoming 33 Hall Monitors 33 Hall Patrol 23 Office Messengers 33 Red Derbies 2g German Club 33 T8LI Club 2, 33 Mixed Chorus 2, 3. LAWRENCE KING-Hall Monitors 33 Hall Patrol 13 Jr, Red Cross 2. JANICE KINSEY-jr. Prom 1, 2, 33 German Club 13 Forum Club 13 Girls' Chorus 1. RUSSELL KINTZELE JAMES KISER-Baseball lg Basketball 1, 2, 33 Football 1, 2, 33 Hall Patrol 23 Boys' Chorus 1, 2. MARY KNIOLA-Cheering Block 13 jr. Prom 13 Fashionettes 3. APRIL KOCHVAR-Tri-Hi-Y 1, 23 Soph. Party 13 Latin Club 2, 3. MARSHALL KOHN-Hall Patrol 2, 33 Soph. Party 13 Boys' Chorus 13 Mixed Chorus 2. KAREN KOLKE-Student Council 2g Hall Monitors 23 Red Derbies 1, 23 jr. Play 23 Soph. Party 13 Bowling 1. 'Sis ,J rr ev - I SENIORS SCOTT KUNKEL-Honor Society 2, 35 Jr. Rotarian 35 Homecoming 25 Thespian 1, 2, 35 Student Council 15 Football 1, 2, 35 Hall Moni- tors 1, 2, 35 Hall Patrol 1, 2, 35 Jr. Play 25 Jr. Prom 25 Latin Club 1, 2, 35 Math Club 15 A.V.A. 2, 35 A Cappella 2, 35 Mixed Chorus 15 Madrigals 1, 2, 3. DENNIS KURZ-Swim Team 2, 35 Hall Patrol 1, 2, 35 Soph. Party 2, 35 German Club 1, 25 A.V.A. 1, 2, 35 Cheerleader 1, 2, 3. LEO LA BERGE-Cross Country 35 Track 1, 2, 35 Swim Team 35 Jr. Concessions 25 German 25 A Cappella 35 Mixed Chorus 1, 2. JOAN LAWSON-Hall Monitorsg Jr. Concessions 25 Red Derbies 1, 25 CRIMSON COMET 35 Spanish Club 15 Blackfriars 1, 2, 35 Forum Club 15 Girls' Chorus 2. LOIS LEAVITI' JEWELL LEE-G.A.A. 2, 35 Red Derbies 2. MICHAEL LEINS-Science Seminar 15 Hall Patrol 35 Hi-Y 35 Jr. Prom 25 Spanish Club 1, 2, 35 Blackfriars 1, 25 Forum Club 3. TONY LEVENDOUSKI-Cross Country 35 Basketball 2, 3. TEVIA LEVINSON-Tri-Hi-Y 2, 35 Red Derbies 2, 35 Cheering Block 2, 35 Jr. Play 25 Spanish Club 1, 2, 35 French Club 2, 35 Paint Spots 15 Blackfriars 1, 2, 35 Potpourri 2, 3. .'." 1 2 , 1 gl' 5. 5 3 5. I - 153 1 .fav , 'cf I 455 .1 vt. '+- RONALD LEWIS RICHARD LIDKE-A.V.A. 1, 2, 3, Mixed chorus 1. TOM LIEBIG LYNN LIGHTCAP-G.A.A. 15 Jr. Concessions 25 Red Derbies 15 Cheering Block 35 Jr. Prom 25 Spanish Club 1, 2, 35 Tri-Hi-Y 35 F.T.A. 2, 3. JEANNINE LINDEMAN-Latin Club 35 Fashionettes 1. HOWARD LOCKARD JAMES LOSINIECKI JEAN LOWRY OSCAR LUBKE-Track 1, 25 Basketball 1, 25 Football 1, 2, 35 Hall Monitors 2, 35 Hi-Y 3. 129 fi fu... it JOHN MASON MICHAEL MATTHEWS SHARLEEN MAZUR-Homecoming 33 Student Council 13 Hall Monitors 1, 2, 33 Jr. Red Cross 33 CRIMSON COMET 33 Jr. Play 23 Jr. Prom 13 German Club 23 Band 2g Majoretres 2, ROBERT MCINTIRE-Jr. Rorarian 3. DIANE MCINTYRE-G.A.A. 1, 23 Tri-Hi-Y 1, 2, 33 Red Derbies 2, 3g Cheering Block 2, 33 Jr. Prom 2. FRED McKEE-A.V.A. 33 A Cappella 2g Mixed Chorus 1. ROBERT McKINNON LINDA MCMINN-Student Council 1, 23 Student Store 2, 33 Tri- Hi-Y 1, 33 Jr. Concessions 2g Red Derbies 1, 33 Cheering Block 1, 33 jr. Play 23 Soph. Parry 13 Jr. Prom 23 French Club 1, 2. JEFFREY MCWHORTER-Swim Team 3. 130 SENIORS DAVID LYLES-Science Seminar lg jr. Concessions 23 Math Club 2. LINDA LYONS-Jr. Red Cross 2, 33 Hi-Y 2, 33 Red Derbies lg Cheering Block 2, 33 French Club 23 Girls' Chorus 1, 23 Mixed Chorus 3. MARIAN MALDY-Steering Committee lg Homecoming 33 Hall Monitors 1, 23 Counselors' Assistants 2g Office Messengers 33 Tri- Hi-Y 1, 2, 3g jr. Concessions 23 Red Derbies 1, 2, 33 CRIMSON COMET 33 Jr. Play 23 Jr. Prom 2g "Oklahoma" JOAN MALECKI-G.A.A. 13 Latin Club 2, 3g F.T.A. 3. PENNY MALOT1'-Red Derbies 2g A Cappella 2, 33 Mixed Chorus 1. ROBERT MARCINIAK DAVID MARTIN-Hi-Y 1, 2, 33 Cheering Block 2, 33 Jr. Prom 2g French Club 3. WILLIAM MARTIN FRED MARVEL-Red Derbies. N.:-D., rdf? cg, ,QW 2. 423 n-4 SENIORS JUNE MEALER NANCY MEER-Hall Monitors 3. DUANE MERTL-Honor Society 2, 35 Jr. Rotarian 35 Baseball 1, 2, 35 Football 1, 2, 35 Hall Patrol 35 Jr. Concessions 25 Red Derbies 35 Jr. Prom 25 Math Club 1, 2, 35 Forum Club 2, 3. LYNN METTLEN-Homecoming 25 Counselors' Assistants 25 Oiiice Messengers 35 Tri-Hi-Y 1, 2, 35 jr. Concessions 25 Red Derbies 1, 2, 35 CRIMSON COMET 35 Jr. Prom 25 T8cI Club 2, 3. ART MILLER-Hall Monitors 2, 35 Hi-Y 2, 35 Spanish Club 3. GEORGIA MILLER-Steering Committee 15 Hall Monitors 25 Ofiice Messengers 2, 35 Jr. Concessions 25 Jr. Play 25 Jr. Prom 25 Latin Club 25 Forum Club 2, 35 Bowling 3. BELVIE MOORE-CRIMSON COMET 2. CHARLES MORGAN PHILIP MORIARTY-Honor Society 2, 35 Steering Committee 1, 2 35 Football 1, 2, 35 jr. Concessions 25 ELSTONIAN 2, 35 Jr. Prom 2 LAURA MORK-Steering Committee 35 Hall Monitors 2, 35 Tri- Hi-Y 2, 35 Jr. Concessions 25 Red Derbies 1, 2, 35 Jr. Play 25 Soph. Party 15 Jr. Prom 25 Latin Club 2, 3. LAWRENCE NAUYOKAS-T8cI 1, 2, 3. LEONARD NAUYOKAS-Hall Patrol 25 Jr. Red Cross 1, 25 Jr. Prom 25 D.E. Club 2, 35 Mixed Chorus 1, 2, 3. JANE NELSON-Hall Monitors 35 Hall Patrol 35 Office Messengers 35 Tri-Hi-Y 15 Red Derbies 15 Radio Club 2. PATRICIA NEVEROSKI JOHN NICHOLS-Thespian 2, 35 Jr. Play 2, 35 Soph. Party 15 Jr. Prom 25 A.V.A. 2, 35 A Cappella 2, 35 Mixed Chorus 1. CAROL NORRIS-Counselors' Assistants 2, 35 Tri-Hi-Y 1, 2, 35 Jr. Concessions 25 Red Derbies 35 jr. Play 25 jr. Prom 15 German Club 1, 25 Blackfriars 15 A Cappella 25 Mixed Chorus 1, 25 Cadet Teacher 3. LESTER NORVELL PAMELA NOVAK-Tri-Hi-Y 1, 2, 35 Jr. Prom 1, 25 Spanish Club 1, 25 Paint Spots 2. 131 MARGARET PANICCIA EUGENE PAVLACK THOMAS PAWLIK LARRY PEEK GAYLE PEDZINSKI RICHARD PELATH-Wrestling 35 Red Derbies 35 Cheering Block 25 German Club 2, 3. GRISSELL PEREZ-Exchange Student 35 Spanish Club 33 F.T.A, 3. JANET PERRY-G.A.A. 1, 2, 35 Jr. Red Cross 15 Tri-Hi-Y 1, 2, 35 French Club 2, 35 Forum Club 25 F.T.A. 3. DALE PETERS-Hall Monitors 3g Latin Club 2, 35 Girls' Chorus 15 A Cappella 2, 35 Mixed Chorus 1, 25 Madrigals 2, 35 "Amahl and the Night Visitors." 132 SENIOR JAMES NOVRESKE-Baseball 1. ANN OBERLINK-Honor Society 35 Steering Committee 25 Home- coming 35 Student Council 35 Hall Monitors 2, 3: Student Store 25 Tri-Hi-Y 1, 2, 35 jr. Concessions 25 Red Derbies 1, 2, 35 Jr. Play 25 Soph. Party 15 jr. Prom 25 French Club 2, 3. SANDRA OGLE MARGARET OHMS DAVID ORLOWSKI-Student Council 25 Golf Team 15 Hall Patrol 35 jr. Concessions 25 Jr. Prom 2. TERRY OSBURN-Wrestling 25 Canteen 1, 25 Jr. Concessions 25 Soph. Party 15 German Clubg "Good News." JERRY OSHINSKI CAROL OVIATT LILLIAN PACE-G.A.A. 2. at F Q ,X ' ff""'t a s K M A . S- y :I X A A ,f I , 6 in IJ 'A' 1 ii . . . 'FQ' " wif f::uQg52E Lf-5 5' r .3 , we vs at-.1 3- Q 1 1-at as -Q 5 ii E Sigh if SENIORS DONNA PETERS-Honor Society 2, 3, Homecoming 3, Thespian 34 Canteen 2, 3, Jr, Play 2, jr. Prom 2, Latin Club 2, 3, News Club 1, 2, Musical 2, "Oklahoma." ROBERT PETERS-Golf Team 1, 2, 3. PATRICIA PFAFF-Science Seminar 1, 2, Jr. Red Cross 2, 3, jr. Concessions 2, Cheering Block 3, German Club 2, 3, French Club 2, 3, Math Club 1, Forum Club 3, Tri-Hi-Y 3. DALE PHILLIPS-Cross Country, Basketball 2, 3. GEORGE PHIPPS JUDITH PIEPLOW-Cheering Block 2, 3, Jr. Prom 2, Fashionettes 2, 3, Tri-Hi-Y 1, 2, 3. SUSAN PIPER-Steering Committee 2, Homecoming 2, 3, Student Council 3, Cheerleaders 1, Student Store 1, 2, 3, jr. Concessions 2, Cheering Block 3, CRIMSON COMET 2, ELSTONIAN 2, 3, jr. Play 2, Soph. Party l, Jr. Prom 2, French Club 2, Math Club 2, Black- friars 1, Forum Club 1, Tri-Hi-Y 1, 2, 3. DONALD PLISKE-Cheering Block 3, Jr. Prom 2, Math Club 2, 3. WAYNE POPARD--D.E. Club 2, 3. if Q . . , 'Sic DEONNE POTEMPA-Hall Monitors 2, Red Derbies 1, Cheering Block 2, 3, CRIMSON COMET 2, jr. Play 2, Jr. Prom 2, Latin Club 2, 3, Girls' Chorus 1, A Cappella 3, Mixed Chorus 2, Madrigals 3, SANDRA PRZYBYLINSKI-Dahlites 2, 3, Jr. Concessions 2, Red Derbies 1, 2, 35 Cheering Block 2, 3, ELSTONIAN 2, 3, Jr. Play 2, Soph. Party 1, Jr. Prom 2, Latin Club 2, 3, Blackfriars 1, 2, 3, Girls' Chorus 1, Mixed Chorus 2, 3, F.T.A. 3, Tri-Hi-Y 1, "Oklahoma" SUSAN PUDLO-Thespian 2, 3, Office Messengers 1, 2, 3, Student Store 2, Red Derbies 1, 2, jr. Play 2, Soph. Party 1, Blackfriars 1, Forum Club 2, A Cappella 2, 3, Mixed Chorus 1, Madrigals 2, 3, Musical 2, jr. Miss Pageant 3, "Good News", "Oklahoma", "Amahl and the Night Visitors." JOHN RAZ-Jr. Red Cross, Band. THOMAS REED-Homecoming 3, Cross Country 2, Track 2, Foot- ball 1, Swim Team 3, Cheering Block 1, Soph. Party 1, jr. Prom 2, Spanish Club 1. WINROE REED DAVID REID-Golf Team, Hall Monitors, Cheering Block, "Oklahoma," KATHLEEN REN LOUISE RHODES 133 'TIT CLAUDETTE ROBERTS-G.A.A. 3, Hall Monitors 1, 2, jr. Red Cross 1. ROBBY ROBINSON-Student Council 1, 2, 3, Track 1, 23 Football lg Swim Team 2, Hi-Y 1, 2, 3, jr. Play 2, Soph. Party lg Jr, Prom 2, Spanish Club 2, 33 A.V.A. 1. JANICE ROCKWOOD-French Club 2, 3, Blackfriars 2, 39 F.T.A. 3. BONNIE RODGERS-Student Store 1, 2, 3, Jr. Concessions 2g Red Derbies 1, 35 Cheering Block 3, Jr. Play 2, Soph. Party'1g Jr. Prom 25 Latin Club 3g Tri-Hi-Y 1, 3, "Oklahoma," MURTIE ROLAND-G.A.A. 3. MARY ANN ROLSTON-Honor Society 2, 39 Steering Committee 3, D.A.R. Award 3, Student Store 2, 3, Jr. Concessions 2, Red Derbies 1, 3, Cheering Block 35 CRIMSON COMET 2, ELSTONIAN 2, 3, Jr. Play 2, Soph. Party 1, Jr. Prom 2g Latin Club 1, 2 ,3g Math Club 1, 2, 3, Blackfriars lg Forum Club 2, 33 F.T.A. 3g Tri-Hi-Y 1, 2, 3. GEOFFRY ROSE-ELSTONIAN 3. CHARLES ROSS-Homecoming 33 Baseball 2, Hall Monitors 1, 2. HAROLD ROZINSKI-Wrestling 2, Canteen 1, 2, Cheering Block 1, 2, 3. 134 SENIOR DAVID RICHTER-Hall Monitors 2, 3g Jr. Concessions 2, German Club 3. THOMAS RICHTER-D.E. Club. SHERYL RILEY-Canteen 2, 33 Red Derbies 1, 2, 39 Cheering Block 2, 3, Jr, Play 2, Soph. Party 1g Jr. Prom 25 French Club 2, 3, Blackfriars 1, 2, 3, Girls' Chorus 1, Band 1, 2, 33 Tri-Hi-Y 1, 2. SHEILA RITCHIE-jr. Concessions 25 Red Derbies 1, 2, 33 Jr. Play 2, Jr. Prom 2, Girls' Chorus 1, A Cappella 3, Mixed Chorus 2. MARY ROACH-Bowling 3. RONALD ROADARMEI.-Band 2. JEFFREY ROAMES-Hall Monitors 2, 35 Red Derbies 35 Cheering Block 2. LARRY ROBBINS--Track 2, 3. BOOKER ROBERTS rf' ,p x 'Ox ,LJ- SENIOR PATRICIA RUBY-Thespian 2, 35 Canteen 2, 33 Student Store 33 jr. Concessions 23 Cheering Block 2, 35 ELSTONIAN 2, 35 Jr. Play 23 jr. Prom 1, 23 Latin Club 2, 35 Blackfriars 25 Tri-Hi-Y 2g Musical 2, 3. RICHARD RUPSIS-Hall Monitors5 T8zI Club. TERRY RYDEN-Hall Monitors 2, 35 Jr. Play 23 German Club 2. CLARA SANDERSON DIANE SARABYN-G.A.A. 1, 2. TOM SAVINSKI-Steering Committee 13 Hall Monitors 25 Spanish Club 2g Boys' Chorus 3. RICHARD SCHAUMANN-Honor Society 2, 33 Homecoming 35 Baseball 1, 2, 35 Basketball 15 Tennis Team 1, 33 Hall Monitors 2, 3. LINDA SCHENDEI.-Honor Society 2, 35 Homecoming 33 Student Council 1, 2, 33 Student Store 2, 3g Jr. Concessions 25 Red Derbies 1, 33 jr. Play 25 Soph. Party5 jr. Prom 23 Latin Club 1, 2, 35 Math Club 1, 2, 35 Forum Club 2, 35 A Cappella 2, 33 Mixed Chorus 13 Madrigals 2, 35 jr. Miss Pageant5 "Good News"5 "Amahl and the Night Visitors"5 "Oklahoma" EUGENE SCHILF-Homecoming 33 Student Council 33 Golf Team 2, 33 Football 1, 2, 35 Jr. Prom 2g Math Club 3. WILLIAM SCHMOCK PAT SCHNICK-Hall Monitors 35 Ofiice Messengers 33 Fashion- ettes 3. FLORENCE SCHOFF-Hall Monitors 3g Jr. Red Cross 1, 2, 33 Jr. Play 25 jr. Prom 23 Fashionettes 1, 3. ' CAROL SCHOOF-G.A.A. 1, 2, 35 Hall Monitors 33 Red Derbies 1, 2, 35 Cheering Block 35 Girls' Chorus 35 Tri-Hi-Y 3. DONALD SCI-IOOF GLEN SCOTT-Steering Committee 2, 35 jr. Prom 25 A.V.A. 1, 2, 3. RUSSELL SCOTI' CONNIE SEELING-jr. Concessions 25 Red Derbies 13 Checring Block 33 Soph. Party 15 jr. Prom 2g French Club 2, 35 Blackfriars 33 Mixed Chorus 2, 35 Tri-Hi-Y 1, 2, 3. PAM SEGELSTROM-Hall Monitors 23 Red Derbies 1, 2, 35 Cheer- ing Block 23 CRIMSON COMET 2, 33 jr. Play 25 Soph. Party 15 Jr. Prom 25 French Club 2, 3g Forum Club 25 Tri-Hi-Y I, 2, 3. 135 wmv , if RAY SOLNER DAVID SPARKS-Basketball 1. VIRGINIA SPRAGUE-Cheerleaders 15 Hall Monitors 35 Spanish Club 2, 3. NORMAN STACHOWSK1-F.B.L.A. 1, DE. Club 5. BILL STAHOVIAK-Golf Team 1, 2, 35 Hall Monitors 35 Cheering Block 2, 35 Soph. Party 15 Jr. Prom 2. CINDY STANTZ-G.A.A. 25 Red Derbies 15 Soph. Party 15 Jr. Prom 15 A.V.A. 35 Fashionettes 15 Tri-Hi-Y 3. LEONARD STANTZ TERRY STARK-Swim Team 3. MARY STEELE-G.A.A. 15 jr, Red Cross 35 F.T.A. 2, 35 Tri-Hi-Y 1, 2, 3. 136 SEN IORS DONALD SHAW SANDRA SHAW RONALD SHROYER WAYNE SIMERLEIN CAROL SIMSON-Quill and Scroll 2, 35 Red Derbies 35 CRIMSON COMET 2, 35 jr. Prom 25 Latin Club 35 Tri-Hi-Y 3, JACKIE 'SKIERKOWSKI-Homecoming 35 Canteen 15 Dahlites 1, 2, 35 Student Store 2, 35 Jr. Concessions 25 Red Derbies 15 Cheering Block 35 CRIMSON COMET 35 Jr. Play 25 Soph. Party 15 Jr. Prom 25 Spanish Club 1, 2, 35 Tri-Hi-Y 1, 2, 3. VALENTINE SLIWA LINDA SMITH-G.A.A. 1, 2, 33 Hall Patrol 35 CRIMSON COMET 2. TERRY SMITH-Honor Society 2, 35 Baseball 1, 2, 35 Basketball 1, 2, 3, Football 1, 2, 5, Hall Patrol 35 ELSTONIAN 2, 3, Soph. Party 15 Jr. Prom 25 Spanish Club 35 Jr. Lion 3. SEN IORS TOM STEEPRO-Soph. Party 15 Jr. Prom 2. PAMELA STIBBE-Honor Society 2, 35 Homecoming 1, 2, 35 Quill and Scroll 2, 35 Dahlites 2, 35 Jr. Concessions 25 Red Derbies 15 Cheering Block 33 CRIMSON COMET5 Jr. Play 25 Soph. Party 15 Jr. Prom 25 Spanish Club 1, 2, 35 Math Club 15 Blackfriars 1, 2, 3, Tri-Hi-Y 1, 2, 3. RICHARD STUPECK-Hall Monitors 3. THOMAS SURBER-Boys' Chorus. JANET SWITALSKI-G.A.A. 15 Jr. Red Cross 1. RAY SZYMKOWSKI VICTORIA TATARSKI-G.A.A. 1, 2. MARY TERRY-Hall Monitors 2, 3. RONALD THOMAS gs """2-1' f if ifjls DONNA THORSEN-Exchange Student 25 G.A.A. 15 Canteen 33 Student Store 2, 35 Jr. Concessions 25 Red Derbies 1, 25 Jr. Play 25 Jr. Prom 25 Spanish Club 1, 2, 35 Tri-Hi-Y5 F.T.A. BEVERLY TIMBERLAKE-Red Derbies 35 Paint Spots 31 A Cappella 35 Madtigals 35 Tri-Hi-Y 3. WILLIE TODD JOHN TORGESEN-Steering Committee 35 Hall Monitors 2, 35 Hall Patrol 1, 2, 3. MICHAEL TROTH MICHAEL TROY DIANA TUREK JOHN VALENTINE-Homecoming 25 Quill and Scroll 2, 35 Student Council 35 Football 2, 3: Student Store 15 Jr. Concessions 25 Cheering Block 35 CRIMSON COMET 2, 35 Jr. Play 2. LESLIE VERNICK-Hall Monitors 35 Student Store 2, 35 Tri-Hi-Y 1, 2, 35 Jr. Concessions 25 Red Derbies 1, 35 Cheering Block 35 CRIMSON COMET 2, 35 Jr. Play 25 Soph. Party 15 Jr. Prom 25 French Club 2, 35 Forum Club 2, 35 Golf Club 2, 3. 137 'G JUDITH WEISS-G.A.A. 2, 33 Cheering Block 2, 33 Soph. Party lg Jr. Prom 25 German Club 2, 3, Forum Club 2, Tri-Hi-Y 1, 2. ROBERT WELCH JAMES WELLNITZ-Basketball 1, 2, 3, Football 1, 2, 35 A.V.A. 1, 2, CHARLES VIESTCOTT MORENE WESTPHAL-Hall Monitors 2, 33 Red Derbies 2g Soph. Party 1g jr. Prom 23 TBLI Club 2, 35 Tri-Hi-Y. GENEVA WHITE-Cheering Block 2, 3, Soph. Party 15 Jr. Prom 23 German Club 25 Blackfriars 2, 3, Tri-Hi-Y 2, 3. MAUDEAN WHITE JACKIE WIDMAR-Honor Society 2, 3, Quill and Scroll 2, 3, Student Council 2, 3, Dahlites 2, 3, Student Store 1, 2, 35 Tri-Hi-Y 2, 3, jr. Concessions 2, Red Derbies 1, 33 Cheering Block 3, CRIM- SON COMET 2g Blackfriars 1, 2, 3. FRANCIS WIENCEK-G.A.A. 1, 2, 35 jr. Red Cross 1, 2, 3, Jr. Concessions 23 Soph. Party 1, Bowling 2. 138 SEN IORS RUSSELL VOLSTORF JANIS WAGNER-Steering Committee 1, 2, Homecoming 2, 3: Canteen 1, jr. Concessions 29 Red Derbies 1, 2, Cheering Block 33 ELSTONIAN 2, 3g jr. Play 23 Soph. Party 15 Jr. Prom 2, Latin Club 1, 2, 35 Blackfriars 1, 2, 35 Band 1, 2, 35 Class Secretary 1. TONY WALDEN DIANA WALDREP-Honor Society 2, 3g Homecoming 3, Thes- pian 2, 3, Student Store 2, 33 Jr. Concessions 2, Red Derbies 1, 3, Jr. Play 33 Soph. Party lg Jr. Prom 23 French Club 2, 35 Math Club 1, 2, 3, Forum Club 2, 3, A Cappella 2, 35 Mixed Chorus lg F.T.A. 2, 3. DONNA VVALTERS RICHARD WALTERS FRED WARNER-Hall Patrol 2, 35 Jr. Prom 2, Spanish Club 3, Forum Club 2. LINDA WATSON-G.A.A. 1, 3, Hall Monitors 2, 3, Hall Patrol 35 Red Derbies 35 Bowling 1, 2, 3. BARBARA WEIHMILLER-Honor Society 2, 35 Tri-Hi-Y 3, Cheer- ing Block 35 F.T.A. 2, 3, Jr. Miss Pageant. SENIOR KAREN WIESEMANN-Hall Monitors 35 Girls' Chorus 1, 2, 35 Bowling 2. CAROL WIGGS CHERYL WILKE-Student Council I, 25 Cheering Block 2, 3. TERRY WILL-Hall Patrol. BARBARA WILLIAMS EVERETT WILUAMS MILTON WILSON-Wrestling 25 Hall Monitors 25 T8cI Club 2, 3 PATRICIA WILSON-Jr. Concessions 25 Cheering Block 35 Jr. Prom 25 German Club l, 2, 35 "Oklahoma" Hi-Y I, 2, 35 jr. Concessions 25 Jr. Play 25 Soph. Party 15 Jr Prom 25 Spanish Club 35 Math Club 15 Forum Club 1. MARK WINSKI-Steering Committee 1, 25 Student Council 25 Golf Team 2, 35 Baseball 15 Hall Monitors I, 25 Hall Patrol 35 Pk , ig... GLENN WISNIESKI-Jr. Concessions 25 jr. Prom 25 French Club 2, 35 Math Club 1, 2, 3. CAROL WITOWSKI-Red Derbies 15 Cheering Block 2, 35 CRIM- SON COMET 15 jr. Play 25 Latin Club 2, 35 Girls' Chorus 15 Mixed Chorus 2, 3. ANN WOLF-Red Derbies 1, 25 Mixed Chorus 1. DAVID WOOD-Hi-Y 2, 35 Jr. Prom 25 Math Club 1, 2, 35 Forum Club 2. ED WOODRICK-Steering Committee 2, 35 Quill and Scroll 35 Student Council 15 Track 1, 2, 35 Football 1, 2, 35 Hall Patrol 2, 35 Hi-Y 35 Jr. Concessions 25 CRIMSON COMET 35 jr. Prom 2. EVELYN WOZNIAK-Cheering Block 2, 3. JANET WOZNIAK-G.A.A. 15 Cheering Block 2, 35 jr. Play 25 Girls' Chorus lg Mixed Chorus 2, 35 Ensemble 3. SYLVIA WROBLEWSKI-Red Derbies I5 Cheering Block 2, 3. PATRICIA WYATT-Student Council 35 Red Dcrbies 25 Cheering Block 2, 35 Jr. Prom 2. 139 SEN IORS SHARON YAGELSKI-Steering Committee 3g Dahlites 1, 2, 35 Stu- dent Store 1, 2, 3, Jr. Concessions 25 Red Derbies 1, 3, Cheering Block 3, Jr. Play 2g Soph. Party 13 Jr. Prom 23 Spanish Club 1, 2, 3, Blackfriars 2, 35 Girls' Chorus 1, 25 Mixed Chorus 3. ROXANNA YOUNG-Honor Society 2, 35 Steering Committee 15 Dahlites 1, 2, 33 Hall Patrol 1, 2, 3g jr. Concessions 2, Red Derbies 1, 3g Cheering Block 35 jr. Play 2, Soph. Party lg Jr. Prom 2, Latin Club 1, 23 French Club 33 Blackfriars lg Forum Club 2g Tri-Hi-Y 2. KATHY ZOLVINSKI-Hall Patrol 1, 2, 3g ELSTONIAN 2, 35 Jr. Prom 2, Latin Club 2, 3. Seniors Not Pictured SUZANNE DEVER JOAN EATON ROBIN HOLMES DONALD KAMINSKI RALPH MARTIN LOUIS MOUST CHARLES ROAMES JOE SELITSKY KEITH SWITZER In Memoriam On Saturday, April 15, 1963, seniors lost a friend and class- mate, Dallas W. Chappell. Mt. Haney expressed the sorrow felt by all who knew him: "He leaves to you a most precious gift, one more precious than gold. It is a gift which cannot be tarnished but rather will grow brighter and brighter as you pause daily to view it. It is a gift of beautiful memories. Keep it ever close to your heart and mind." Juniors were kept busy studying hard, working on stu- dent council, the junior steering committee, and various clubs. They actively joined sophomores and seniors in yelling at pep sessions, attending dances, and sporting the latest fads. Class olijcers were Bob Bannwart, presidentg Kent Lange, vice-presidentg Cris Sadenwater, secretary-treasurer. Class sponsors were Mrs. Phyllis Durand, Mr. Bernard Lootens. Among class activities were the Junior Class play, "My Sister Eileen," and the prom for which they earned money on junior concessions. Competition between classes dis- appeared as the juniors gave the seniors one last mem- orable night. Hard work and social events occupy juniors JUNIOR STEERING COMMITTEE Front mu Barblra Bmlxoff Cris Sadenwater Bob Bmn wart, Kent Lang, Gail Walk Mrs Durand Serond mu Sue Ebtrr Mary Mrthias Ixrthy Schaeffer Linda Shikany, Nancy Hill Tbnd mu Kirk Rogers Joel I-Icurme jeff Wclclncr Doug Dunlop Merlyn Bartlett, Bill Kelly Mr Lootens 3 l 141 x ft iw si? 2 tx or Xi 'ffl- 'Q 4, ... -A xx' 4 1, ' -9 X if Q 1 45 1' ' ' :B X4 AX' D D N Q ' 'Q R S5 1 Y 1-fikvf B was 5' If Q 'T V- iv' 4 if ,. 'O .1 f ile B n, P., s e s Q a B ef f A .4455 R K i J U 'XX' X'KL'L If ggk s 1, .ge r' 3 A Wa '5 'ly 'Y ul 5 fi. ij R X 5 r .. .W ,J 'F' ' 'W' we -we ' V B ,- is at - 3 ' i . ' 'R Q , , e , , f - ,fe '- f 3 . :H+ AN ...L - Q E 142 Donald Abel Loren Adrian Robert Applegate Bonnie Archer jeff Armour Robert Ashton Bill Babbitt Barbara Bankod Ruth Bandurski Bob Bannwart Connie Bard Beverly Barrels Sandra Bartels Merlyn Bartlett Carl Bauer Dick Baugh Harry Bazemore Bill Beach Wayne Beaver Merry Beckman Peggy Beebe Cynthia Beishline Jackie Belkiewitz Peggy Benford Ellen Bergerson Rebecca Bethke Cathy Biederstaedt jill Bird james Blackburn Barbara Blank Kim Block Bob Bluhm Sue Blumenfeld David Bohinski Rita Boehnlein Terry Boguslawski Cheryl Bohlin Kathleen Bohne Gerry Bohnstadt Diana Bolka Eugene Bolka Sandra Bolka janet Bonislawski jerry Bootcheck Adolph Bootz Roxann Bootz Doran Boudreau Karen Bowman Carl Bowmar Tom Brennan Ted Brink Dick Brooks Carol Brown Edward Brown Harold Brown james Brown Pamela Brown Fred Bruemmer Norman Bruemmer Robert Bruemmer Cathy Bryan Naomi Bryant Ronnie Bryant Gary Buckingham Matthew Bud Barbara Bunton Valerie Burdick Beryle Burgwald Karen Burhop Dwight Burkhart Steve Burnett Steve Bush Kathy Butts Sharon Byers Russell Caddo Dennis Cady joseph Cameron jeannc Cammett Deanna Carnes jane Carpenter Dan Cassler Bruce Caviggiola Mike Chase Barbara Chrisrman Pam Clark Barbara Collier Rich Collison Dennis Colvin Fred Comb: Kenneth Conklin George Cooper Bonnie Cottingham Connie Couch Gcorginc Couch Gloria Courington Thomas Cowan James Cox Michael Craig Peggy Crama Teddy Crcutzberg Jack Criswell William Crook Sue Cross John Crozier Bonnie Crynes John Cummings William Curry John Curtis Jane: Czirek Kathy Dahbert Trudy Dankert Terry Darrow Kent Davis Peggy Davis Phoebe Davis Steve Davis Charles Demos Pam Dempsey Edward Denham Randall Deutscher William Diana Susan Dieckilman LaVonne Dingman Ron Doha Pa: Dodson Ron Domkowski Roger Downs Suzanne Downs James Dressel Michael Dreyer David Dubie Lynn Duffy Terry Dunlap Doug Dunlop Janice Durnal Linda Dyer Sue Ebert Bonnie Edlen Barbara Edwards John Edwards Norman Egilski Ed Ellison Dale Erickson Sandra Esmyer Judith Everly Don Evert Robert Falbo Judy Fedder Linda Feldman Sara Fenton Dennis Flanigan Okey Flexher Mike Flotow James Fly Wayne Fly Norm Foldenauer Russell Follin Tom Fowler Victoria Fox Dan Franks .lackie Frank Daniel Fredcnhurg Randall Fredenhurg Kim Frier Cynthia Frochlkc Victoria Frye Joy Furois Robert Gabrunas i J 9 1 - be 7, i n K. .ew . 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"W juniors Not Pictured Helen Bell Boh Mark Terry Beckman Fred Conner Dale Collings David Day Debbie Fclskc Napoleon Gaston janet Jarrett Lorraine Pawlilt Russell Scott Karen Vollt Marsha Yoder Jerold Young Lenna Young ,- av I , fir KX Tom Tiedeman Mary Timm Al Todd Dean Tolchinsky Jim Toole Michael Trot: Priscilla Trout Judy Tucker jennifer Turner john Turner Pamela Twible Dennis Tylinslti Lee Uebler Jackie Utpatel Garry Vader William Vaughan Joy Vawter Victor Verniclt Stephanie Vivian Deanna Voss Norman Voss Beverly Wagner Jeanette Wagner Gail Walk Jerry Wallace Kent Wallerstein Audrey Walls jack Waltz Alicia Wanlte Bill Wantland David Warner Lynn Warner John Watson Hassan Wazni Sally Weber james Webster .letf Weidner Dale Weilt Pat Wenclaff Tricia Westherg Karen Westbrook Judy Westphal Carl Wetzel Jerry Whirl Beverly White Gene White Sue Wiencelt Eugene Wienlte Orrin Wiesemann Charles Will Michael Will Carole Williams Don Wilson William Wingard Edward Woiasinski Beverly Wolford Sharon Wolgast Marguerite Wo1niak Mike Wozniak Nancy Woznialt Connie Wright Jim Wright Devon Wroblewski Mary Lou Wrohlewski Marilyn Wyson Kathy Zeese Tom Zeese Mary ,lo Zeidler Judy Zemrowski Michael Zimonja Phil Zoolt David Zumak Gregory Zurek Ronald Zygmuntowslu After the bewilderment of the first few weeks, sophomores, beginning to feel more at ease, settled down to the routine of Elston. Days and nights were filled with studying, club rneet- ings, and fun. Class officers were Doug Glolf, president, Kristi Cook, vice-president, Sandy Joyce, secretary-treasurer. The Sopho- more Class sponsors were Mrs. Beverly Warren and Mr. Richard Cook. "West Side Story," the theme of the sophomore party, A livened the first social function. Clad in bluejeans and sweat- 5 S' shirts and devouring refreshments, the Sophomore Class ' Y, , celebrated the traditional night. A 'x it -,.f""'1fN Q 1 CLASS OFFICERS-Sandy Joyce, secretary-treasurer, Doug Gloff, president, Kristi Cook, vice-president. Sophomore life filled with new experiences SOPHOMORE STEERING COMMITTEE-From row: Sue Breed, Sandy Joyce, Doug Gloff, Kristi Cook, Judy School, Penny Wolf. Second row: Sylvia Novreske, Sue Kindig, Joan Downs, Dave Roth, Bertha Linde, Mrs. Warren. Third row: Sharon Peus, Joanne Boudreau, Janice Smith, George Kaminski, Allan Murray, Mr. Cook, Fourth row: David Johnson, Dave Bankoff, Dennis Lutz, Randy Downs, Larry Steele. 149 WV? :S , ,- live , 1' ' Q A in si . gr -C ,. 'M J., , , , .,, ,ll 'lf Sophomores 'A fl . ' f, "2 P 9 N A ' ' it Fx ' : is 5 -s r . if . i' ' S if V . h Q 3 AE 1 N . W C - X ' tifg xb' if ' '- 'Y? 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"Y 1 .. 1 K 1 ' X - i 152 Ken Engle Elizaberh Ennis Charles Enyeart Pat Eskridge Duane Evan: james Evans Tom Everett: Ken Everly Patricia Fargo Jim Farley jerry Farmer Terry Farmer Lonny Feddcr Tom Fedder 4leH Fickes Walter Fields David Fischbacher Tara Flanigan Mike Fleming Mary Fly Rachell Fly William Fly Gene Foldenauer Norm Foldenauer Ron Foldenauer Marilyn Follin Lloyd Forney James Fought Vickie Fought Kay Fox Pat Fox Roger Fox Michael Fragcman Beverly Francis Cheryl Frankowski john Franks Christine Franson Robert Fraze jerry Fredline William Fries Diane Fry Andrea Fulton james Galinowslti Barbara Gallas joseph Gambill Robert Gambill Billy Gamblin Emery Ganshorn Nina Garbacz Ed Garbacik Ann Gardner Connie Gardner Dianne Gardner james Garrettson Richard Gatz William Geisser Judy Gambala Bobby George Don George Carol Gerkin Sharon Giberson Karen Gill Sharon Gill Tom Gilmore Rickey Ginther Estelle Gipson LouAnn Glade Alice Gleason Doug Gloff Vicki Goch Patrick Gondek Peggy Gondek Patricia Gotro john Grady Bonnie Graham Gerry Granacki Judy Granacki Connie Granzo janet Grauel Richard Greco Thomas Greening Garnet Gresham Terry Grievish Joe Grott Thomas Grudovich Linda Gryzbacz Rodney Guehn Jean Guess Ardyce Gullickson Carol Gumms Sandy Gunter John Haack Evelyn Haas D.miel Hagen Dave Hahn Joellan Hakes Allan Hale Joe Hale Pam Hamblin Kr-irh Hamilton Claudia Hamlin Janice Handloser Gregory Handtkc Penny Harger Judy Harmon Charles Hart Jerry Hartford Dale Hartke Cynthia Hartlag Margaret Hattabaugh Tony Hayes W'illiam Hayes James Haynes Patricia Haynie Jacie Headley Barbara Heckel Carla Hedges Ray Hedstrom Robert Henrich James Henry Mary Herbert Susan Hess Dan Heuck Harry Hibner Diane Hill Tom Hock Betty Holden Darlene Holden Barbara Holtgreen Barbara Hoop Ann Howard Pat Howland Mnnroc Hubbard Gilbert Hudson Brad Hughes James Hultgren Linda Hunn Sue Hurley Earl Hurst Gary Huskey Todd Hutson David Hycncr Keith Igelski Richard Ingle Diane Jacks Manuel Jackson ,John Jacobs Joyce Jacobsen James Jahn1 Pat Jakelski Frank Jakubowski William Jania Carolyn Jarrett Bernadette Jake Jim Jaske Dianna Jenkins Constance John David Johnson Janet Johnson Kenneth Johnson Lonel Johnson Margaret Johnson Mary Johnson Thomas Johnson William Johnson Peggy Johnston Marilyn Jones Sandra Joyce X: 1 - r fl Xe.: N gf 'ln 2 J tte. 3 , is 1:5 V F' 1 , r 4 - fs ' .a -f' A Q lx . 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Krueger William Krueger Pat Kulsaszcyk Nancy Kuhica Randy Kuchilt Carol LaBergc Nancy LaFountain Charles Lamm Mirian Lane William Lane Susan Larson Margy Lass Thomas Law Karen Lee Emma Leeks Ruthy Leelrs Stanley Levendowslti Sue Levin Ron Lezak Diane Lievense Bertha Linde lane Lindemann Bertram Litke Phil Liverman Linda Lochmaier Frances Lochmmdy Carol Lockridge Kathy Loetz Linda Logmann Doris Longstreet Russell Loomis Ann Lowenthal Don Lowery Jim Lowry Rod Luhcznik Patricia Lucas Mylte Lultasik Dennis Lutz Tom Lutz Bill Lykins Kathy Lyles Linda Lynch Michael McAnally Ed McBride Mike McCluskey William McGowan Joseph McGrath Doretta McKinnon Irma McNeal Phil Macicjewslti Sandy Maerz Larry Mahl Bonnie Malott Stephen Malott Mike Mansfield Tom Manslti Connie Marltowslti Ronald Marlrowski Barbara Marquart David Marron Nancy Marshall Judy Marthinsen Jack Martin Janet Martin Maryann Martorano Jim Masterson William Mastcrson James Mathias Joan Matthews Johnnie Mazey Katherine Maynard Henry Mayo Larry Mazuchowski Patricia Melnyk Toni Melnyk Carol Menke Carol Meredith Nancy Merriman David Meyer Phillip Meyer Ronald Meyers Gail Milich Dan Miller Darrell Miller David Miller Donna Miller Kathie Miller Dennis Milne Sam Mohamed Peggy Monchamp Doreen Morse Georgia Morton Wallace Mosley Larry Mowinski Walter Mueller Terry Muldoon Freddie Mullins Allan Murray Roberta Nadratowski Karlsen Nall Larry Nall Sherry Neveroski Maryann Ncvorski John Nicholas Dennis Nichols Norman Nichol: Dennis Nickell David Nicltlas Genevieve Niemiec Vernon Norberg Randy Norrick Patricia Novak Marjorie Novrcslte Sylvia Novrcskc Edward Nulf Janice Nussman Jim O'Connor Gail Odle JoAnn Olds Patricia Olsen Jill Olson Karen Olson William Olson Ray O'Ncil Duane Ormsby Paulette Oshinslti David Ostrowslti r W snr s 1 if We ' ' 4. 5 P f Q v, 2 Q33 G : wr XX , O1 X s i ' ii by 'N 5 -Q L ,s-Al. 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A A A Y 158 Larry Sydow Zbigniew Szalajlto Marilyn Szecholda jerry Szemes john Szemes Diana Szymamlti Judy Tadloclt Randy Talbutt Chester Tatarslti Calvin Taylor Donna Tcctcrs Patti Tell Allen Thicde Richard Thode Carolyn Thomas John Thomas Marie Thomas Bob Thomason Robert Timm Johnathan Todd Kenneth Tomaszewxki James Tomshcck Pam Towlcr Diane Trojan Richard Troth Charles Trott Thomas Trotter Jerry Tuclter Tony Tucker Janis Turner Isabel Ullrich Terry Ulrich Merribeth Ungurait Sue Urback Kathy Valentine John Vandcrplough Don Vankosky Ester Van Note Kathi Vcrnier Jesse Voglcr Carol Wagner Linda Wagner Linda Walden Jim Waltz Carol Washluske Linda Washluske Pamela Washluslte JaniCC Weed William Wonic Peggy Werner Charles West Anthony Westcott David Westphal Wayne Westphal Christine Whalen Calvin Whitaker Donna Whitaker Delores White Edward White Robert White Cheryle Whitlow Theresa Whitlow Joyce Wible Vicki Wiencek Dale Wienhoft Randy Wildhart Gregg Wilkins Kathy Will Mary Willey Allen Williams Rebecca Williams Louise Willie Linda Wilson Thomas Wilson Tom Wine Lonnie Wiineck Harlan Wineland Paul Winkler Terry Wiseman jim Wiskcman Rickey Witek Julie Woiasinski Penny Wolf Ran Wood David Woodrud' . Gary Wocdmff Viclti Woods Marcia Worthy ' an Q51 Trudy Wozniak Connie Wright i Janice Wright Ralph Wright Fred Wyse Lonnie Wyse ' Wayne Yackus Chester Yanz Allen Yazel Clifford Yentes Bettey Yuzamas Zella Yuzamas Robert Zawaeki ' Sandra Zeman , N, Jim Zemrowslti Janice Zepik 1 'r-3' SXQQS MaryLou Aust William Bane Velvet Bush Steven Cook Wayne Hayes Robert Hunt Alan Koslti Nancy Kramer Diana Lewis Phil Mareinialt 1 A 1 1 fv '1 ,3 1 1 ' 7 lx 1 M l l .Q ik X ' fd - 'R .N 1 1 15-. ' - 1. 1- 11 1 1 -1 111. l Q iz Wi N -1 N 1 f 1 1 1 ,' 1 , ex N is X Q I rn X I X 1 y ,nl ' 1 I xx, 1 L I In ' l K X1 :l L 1 ' 1 I V if .1 1 V K!-Ki" 1 ,' xx l1 Ni 1 2,5 . . .. ..,.1 , ...f X 1YQ'LI R 1 11 4 fl l ,V I A fa 1 1, Xfw-1l"Xc IQ. " , V- f 1 fl. f 5 X . H, I ,Y ' , . - 1 11'-l , :Q . Q X 1 4. . l ' nj ff 1 1 1 Y-1: X 1 ,1 f 1 -x , 4 1 l '. 1 'sl 1 ' SX 11 -' Q '17 1 1 1 17 fi' it f xglxf f 6. ' fi" 1 -1. 1 1 1 ,i S at K ', ,11-1111 I 1 ' t QD 1 -3 .,? If 5 L 23.5 i I if 'Q 'C 4' ' 1 -'W 7' 4' . . 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X X f fl . 5 '53 V XA X Nz mf X fx-x x M efx , ' Y ,x ff .X ,X Q f f- 'XXV , X X x-vf"' tiff' "Now its Pepsi . . for those who think young." Cheering crowds at a football game, Teen Towne dances .... these and many more wonderful activities of our terrific Teens are favorite places of your old favorite refresher . . . gaadaeaa k.N wifffwf-g,f4i 'Huggies ..' . emfi' 'ix l' " 4.4 f t Q! .F Q x ., . . An R k 3- : KK? '4mI15wi YA ' -Si C'SL 'T H: N :gm 95'-'X 1 x-io. 'Q , Xi ,rg 2 ' n' .k,- . - - ,,- . y-H", .,', V1 .-4' f K' 5' 1 If A' . S . tp . 8' .fu . -. ' r- xg.. Q, Q. -,1 W.-v Q- 9 ,V 1 '-a, ,lg ab Q -:X . , 1 ,.. . f , .W .yf .. x t f -,Q Q K., f 71Q i ' A xl,' xi k. lk ' ,,, . xwy X .?j,': X? -fy ' x A-5. , , E . ., J X..-Q: - ' A 5 - 35: ., ,, , , 'Q kg .. fl ,, , .. .,, - 'jiiglfll , .,: - T, v ,,,..-Q k N ',. .. , -fix is xii 65245 Y, X a I Ks'-f-. yd' il X 'ff 1, :.,., df. X , ., ' 1 FX ., XX x Y H l X i Sinn! iff, ff af' 44151 ' 0 For the newest in shoes . . Smith Shoe Store 917 Franklin teresa ryvna, crry mir x It pays to play with equipment from Beeheys Sporting Goods 913 Franklin xSeextil'iexxUigii'X. in our ,XXXQX Y h Enyeart Chevrolet 225 E. Michigan - COIVIPLIIVIENTS AND BEST WISHES From The News-Dispatch Mieliigan City, Indiana A Champion in its Eielcl --the kincl of newspaper that gives the most - to lmolli the reader and advertiser. LaPorte County's Largest Newspaper --has over I,000 more subscribers in Laporte County than any other paper anfl prints more pages than any LaPorte County paper. LaPorte County's Only Paper Witll Color efcnn print up to 3 colors and black in both news and arlvertising-with twenty years of color experience. LaPorte Countyis Best Newspaper -has won over twenty awards in past five yea rs in Typographieal Excellence, Com- munity Service, Pliotograpliie Excellence, Safety Editorials, Community News and others. News - Dispatch Mltflllgilll City, Incliana A COMMUNITY BUILDER Judy Mirnick and Mary Otlewski E IOR CITIZENS I Years at 141420 WIIVI Congratulations to the CLASS OF M6399 Northern Indiana Steel A MI METALS Supply Co., In o. Industrial Scrap Norwin Trailer Division Structural Steel Truck Sz Trailer Division Michigan City, Indiana Rod Haberman and jane Calvc 'D Clark, Dick Bnugh, Ron Lewis, Carl Bauer, Bob Peters, Charlie Sass. Botiom Row: Larry Niegos, Stewart Edwards, Bob Mclntire, Dennis Pitcock. Everyday low prices Make your next shopping trip to Thriftirnart Youill be glad you did. All THRIFTIMART 1501 E. Michigan 166 Charles Standiford Fill All Your Needs from Drugs to Cosmetics at WILKE'S DRUG STGRE 1019 Franklin JCE PHILLIPS AIR TAXI Michigan Road hillips, Tony Levendo k X . , ' .5,',f' 7- , ,Lewis , I ,' 'Jil-,J21"' ' ,Sf , 'sl K ,ggigfgggg ,, 'ff L A , . mg'-av ,s ys . -x , w M3 z.?Wl??,f, .,,,.g,. 4. gg, ' '. ,wg - -9' o V+- in f ,' Y 1 .ff3i7'7e - - A X' ' gf" - . 24 , 1-'M f A J Q ',f K " "V ' , -' -' ' if-12' sis: 'A , 1? Q., iw- I - F K Lois Leavitt ELCO ELECTRONICS N. Roeske Ave. ULA55 U' YAINI LU. nm af rim Phone nz 4-6464 Sheila Ritchie, Sandy Arens L , ff L L I nevensssm Bob Hendrickson SWARTZLANDER MGTCRS Americafs Number 1 Car 411 Pine MICHIGAN CITY PAPER BGX CG. 1206 Pine Joanne Joseph Randy Robinson, Barbara Gillman Jerrie x For the newest in shoes . . SMITH SHOE STOR E 917 Franklin X X l c A l ?5a W K 5 .1 Q. ' X t p Q in ' ak Berry Wenrland Carl BOWHIHI Prescriptions with a Reputation from The best pastries in town FRANKLIN HARVEY KRENTZ PHARMACY BAKERY 1517 Franklin 3229 Franklin Mary Ellen Olson MONTGOMERY WARD AND CO. h student loans t 6 AVAILABLE FoR ccGPE College Education COR" better banking ' Seated at the desk of Robert L. jones, assistant vice-president, are Linda Ser Komasinski and Dick Pelath discussing plans for a college education loan. I , V x. f - ,Ni ,. , - f A NNN, M, , ,M ,, h ,Q , I ' ' ' , , X ' - xg, .K N f ,.,-. 1' A -rv 'vt - - 1 i ' K l- .K f..z. .-L f A N - "0 N. r, -4, V, 11 f . .fs - "7-f'.xf"1"'fAfs A A - A A A A A A -'S-gJ,:.i'f'-3. ..- 'fill-44 . , ff yf.eg,,Q.fpg, iw-Gigi, ' A R' . t. ' 'iei 0 qfwlf. , ,I - ' jfs A, ,, Af' . , A ", , - . 1 - ft, V- r ,haf . F , A 11 K Q r -55 , N -.,a ,Q ' 1' ' . 7 " ' A , , i '- t - . - -EIT. '- ,ii 'ZA -' i' ,V V ""' ' Xt gala- x' N ' - 4 . 'SK "Our 75th Anniversary Year!" yr, - -'A- ,..........,. ......,,,,..,, .,..,,,,,s, x--, V Q -- B R ANCH BANKS- "You are only a ,:r, ll:. t . B k iii' K 0 Trail Creek Zirigfer Once 'sn A4311 1 Z e n S a. n Corner Of Roeske and Michiga Citizens Bank "'?5A:ff?'r Zn"-X-M 0 F ' LaCrosse i Michiqan Citg, Indiana - R01lif1sPrairiC 0 Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation 0 , NNxM"'e--N, -. , - f " ' - W z ffw w xg Home of Phillips Red Head Concrete Anchors Phillips Drill Co. East Dunes Highway For Flowers You can't Go Wrong . 1 Wf1ght,S Flowers CarolSimson,Les1ieVernick,Mr.Wright. 1004 E. Michigan 7 Sears has everything for YOUI SPOITS Weidner and recreational needs D Steinke Sears Roebuck and Co. 802 Franklin St. Xia Ns--. Par Ruby, Dave Richter, Mr. McComb. Buy your party decorations 2111 Mattie McCombs 1013 Franklin St. ai.7?.L1AiT" wfff Pat Wyatt, John Valentine. Make vacation travel plans via air, land, or sea with Leverenz Travel Agency 111 W. 6th St, be prepared with supplies from Kathy Crosby, Dan Crosby Office Equipment Co. Your Llunberman 1894 For 69 Years 1963 Henry Lumber Co. Sixth St. Bridge 725 Franklin nry Gail Anderson Happy Young Ideas For Sleeping and Lounging Always at Society Lingerie Co Roeske and Springland lOSAlVl REPRESENTATIVES AT ELSTO Josam representatives are located in every corner of the globe. But nowhere are we prouder of our repre- sentatives than at Elston High School. Children of members of the losam Family, they do even more than represent us . . . they represent our future! Firrt row: C. Price, B. Rosenburg, L. Mork, R. Davis. Second row: J. Smith, J. Granacki. Third row: M. Roland, B. Kelly, A. Price, B. Master- son. Fourth row: A. Reed, J. Keever, M. Westphal, S. Larson, J. Masterson. Fifth row: S. Kieffer, S. Ebert, P. Towler, P. Davis. Sixrh row: D Schaumaun, D. White, B. Fries. 174 DAGE a division of Thompson Ramo Woolridge, Inc. Karen Benford, Tom Cowan, Mr. Nasser, Barb Weihmiller, jadkie Widmar The largest selection of furniture Elf Michigan City Furniture Co. 422 Franklin Frank Armstrong The Ultimate in Prom floral fashion Solberg's House of Flowers 731 Washington Diane McIntyre, Sue Kuhn, Terry Smith if gn . w '9' 1, 2 - s 2' 5 452 s Q 1 4 E 1 it U Ms C W W 4 K if! 2 S gg Q , Al!! x 'sp X fa I 'ku rs. Q 'VF' b.-fd 1 v' ww '. H' ,. ,W . , ,,7,q,.x giw ' ,f A af, X L, , 'fi 'iii'-,nl 2' M' - ,QQ 355' 'kfvg ..-3- I ., ,A - Q , 'V . , f ' rw ', X . sr - ' -I , ' ', ff ' ilv ." Mwff. .. , ,.m,:. . 41-w. 'A,'F 4.4 .x '31 Ovt' . . 'Q-.V I- . T.,-, 'xi , . 1. ' Lv' ff A Velma, Kris Cook, Rita Tiebert boys look twice at girls who look nice Velmais Beauty Salon 716 Spring We feature Whitehall Kitchens, G. E. Ovens Waltis Kitchen Cabinets 1123-1125 E. Michigm Mr. Zezula, Nancy Hill A store especially for men Cush Sc Lambka, Inc. 727 Franklin P S 1 T S aim...... ...nf B 81 E MARINE SALES 8a SERVICE 500 Center on Harbor MODE-O-DAY 603 Franklin THE LADIES SHOP Quality at Prices You Like to Pay 731 Franklin ..+-11-,gfv , N-15551K is XX . - X-55.5 iXi1s:w.,-3 X K "N-5. Q Q K XXN1. .. R5 ,. X R, A M Q V X F ,Q 3 -..... W'-Ili, . 'I 4 A L ?. 5 wwfinm. A X X A 3: '. X 1 XX g ff xiqzfsmgzfw X-iff A . , x 'w m, A K - - 5 i,I'TigS ,. x X A "N X' 5 5 ,TQ --2 5- .i -XX gg.. FX' , X, sf f ' ff XX 'Xi x .K . k- ,,.x..?:5u. -,s 1 I K X Xi-A X .ifv."- fx'- 2 Q-Q ' X ---- ., Q' X 7 X if-5s.i-a1m..' X QA Q-iiibf .P . 135 -V 1.9 -X .x 5 sf :Q - X-50 qv Mask + 1 -XX w 1 i Specializing Congratulations in speciality instruments to the class of 1963 Dwyer Products Corp. from Calmnet Avenue Arno Adheswe Tapes, Inc. 'T XX 1 Q I - .A A 1 . 1 X' I f"X Cf . , s - y, w C ' ' " ' ' PKR W " ' " . 'XX ,-X , . A - if r I -N x- ' V ' X N ' 4 . Where ageless cast iron is kept completely modern Weil-McLain Company, Inc. Michigan City, Indiana Kitty Mross, Jane Rasmussen at the new Weil McClain Sheet Metal Division Plant ..... U. S. 12 Mr. Smith, Sandy Joyce, Dennis Cox George Kingsley, Representative 1401 N. Capitol Avenue Students select rings from Indianapolis 7, Indiana Herff Iones The M 81 M The place to eat and meet Lynda Lynch, Bonnie Graham, Marsha Kozin, Barbara Bankolf Trisha Wilson Carriage Trade Chastleton Dr. -mv' Long Beach Michigan City, Indiana N GW Cars Used Cars BILL SHERMAN BUICK C0. 309 W. Michigan Street I block West of Court House X 'l'HEi'CI. X The Campus Shop Where Quality and Style Predominate GREIGER CLOTHING STGRE A 525 Franklin Street BASSETT LINCOLN-MERCURY INC. The garage . . . Where prices are born but never raised , 2013 E. Michigan Street Sue Ebert, Glenn Wisnieski MIM '09 MMM? Www Wxwl if MLW wi MW' F, rw Pullman Standard View lf 719 Wabash Sue Piper, Gerry Gibbs, john Amer Michigan City's oldest and largest industry 111 years old r, Jane Calvert ULRICH PAINT AND GLASS INC. 1411 Franklin Street Dutch Boy does it best DELANEY'S FURNITURE Wishes the best to the class of '63 710 Franklin J lm Greenway , Jackxe Sklerkowskx, Kathuc Kowalskn Modern Equipment Elf FREY BROTHERS West end of 10th 2'- s'-'-N.: , . .f 9 ' J' ' 1 f ,W F Sd irefmts K that A gp r. It's More Fun to Eat at Michigan Cityls Own pk I Ev aa Qxg-LZ' Hr 'li f KIL- Q9 bebea Nh ' 1 zn -Kfs -V ' Qptwgxtgfff N,nnm!7' i an .: ' - ' is G' - -- .. 0-e Drive-In Restaurant 3936 S. Franklin 41 Iust North of 20, f For carry-outs Phone Tr 2-866lj Service with a Smile at the BandK Root Beer Stands 120 Franklin 2308 Franklin Tim Schumaker, Richard Greco, Pam Clark sa-is if in ' Cheryl Bolllim, joan Downs, Mr. Sonnenberg Kathy Rybg, jean Arm Jaques Bc-:st Wishes to the BLOCKSOM 85 CO. C1355 Of 1965 Eastmoor Slacks SOO Chicago St. E. Fifth St. Russell Sims, Marilyn Cook Mr. Young, Ray Hedstrom, Mr. White Hays Corp. Ioy Manufacturing Co 742 E. Sth St. Woodland Ave. ROWLEY,S Shoes of character for the family 803 Franklin St. janet Bonfield, Mr T X e For fun in the sun Ohming's Beautiful Swimsuits are unsurpassed 522 Franklin LOUISE ARTHUR Spaulding Shop 630 Franklin .,gFfg.xLl gg su: 1 t wt 1. A, UHIDIUII Walter Case N ll 1' We s C7 NLC8UQdfJqV1,U W 37 For The Best In China Experts Always Choos , 1 X ,J X ,jf The Oil With The Gfeafeifyivelliidglipbff visit 1420 E. Second Street REGAL DRAPERY Always bam in SCHULLS DAIRY Quality and VVorkn1anship 1615 Franklin Street 703 Pearl Street jim Bonheld, Chris Detwilcr Ph llis Foldenaue Al Ch en, Tom Robison, Dick Armstrong Bert Henry, Scott Kunkel, John Nichols New Frontiers of Freedom in the Traditional Style Y Q YMM styling slims you, trims you- gives you that "rangy" look all the girls are looking for. iyoung man'smoodl A JA SLACK, A product of JAYMAR-RUBY, INCORPORATED, Michigan City, Indiana 190 Q' W 4",4 1 N .ry sw It I., H',v Y v lg 'r sv, N ' o li Taxi 4- q Il N Sharon Krause, Marge Noveroskc, Leroy Edinger, jim Tomscheck BROWN IES RESTAURANT 2519 E. Michigan St. ' X ' A 'Q , A N - KX . xr ' I If ff , , ' f 1 ' "1 'J .A 4 ', -. , . 4 , 1 i' . 1 4 ' ff, . ' ' ' , 1 , , 1 . 4' 1, T f-' A'- 4 f , ii H , , J Fred Keen, janet Czizek M. Mimick CENTRAL DRUG HO-HE-C0 STQRE 102 E. M' h' S. IC lgan t 327 Franklin St. Judy Ormsby, Pam Richard Mignery Building Contractor 116 Orchard Edgewood Add. Skonieczny Contractor TR 2-6641 115 E. Garfield St. Spaulding Barber Shop 114 E Seventh Styl-Lyne Salon TR 2-6160 1604 Franklin Sugar Bowl TR 9-9874 1407 Franklin Dr. B. G. Sunderland TR 4-8686 811 Franklin Taylor-Chalmers Adv. TR 4-6251 1001 Washington M. C. Dry Goods, Inc. TR 2-7236 823 Franklin St. L. Missal Decorating Co., Inc TR 4-5566 825 Franklin Street Grbit Dldsmobile TR 4-4239 531 E. Michigan Peglow 85 Johnson, Inc. TR 4-4838 319 Franklin Peters Dairy TR 4-5234 1015 E. Michigan Pioneer Lhr. 81 Supply Co. TR 4-7283 320 E. Second W. A. Polite Paint and Toys TR 4-6474 605 Franklin Dr. W. L. Potucek TR 4-4800 715 Pine Ronnie's TR 9-9856 2416 St Lawrence Ave. CL.B.D Schlundt's Insurance TR 4-4256 510 E. Ninth St. Shon Furniture Store TR 2-2462 3221 Franklin Sid's Service Station TR 9-9979 2316 Franklin sANDW1cHEs ,,,.,,.,., Fish coLD DRINKS Pork Tenderloin Root Beer sows omvE.,N n i Pizza Steak C'r21ngC Hamburgers Floats French Fries Milk Grilled Cheese Hot Dovs Chili Chiese Dog SEEVICE Chili Burgers S Mgmt Cheese Dog gee yd bl Chili Cheeseburger 0 , CPCH 21 C BBQ M RR1soN s Kirk Rogers, Sue Piper, jackie Skierkowski, J. B. Kiser, Carole johnson, Kathy Miller, Bonnie Rogers, Janet K B ky Morrison, jean Anne Jacques, Roger Milzarek. Kroening Coal 85 Fuel Gil William R. Bartlett TR 4-4258 TR 4-6286 502 E. Second St. 3309 Franklin St. Dr. J. L. Lafountain Benny's Restaurant TR 4-3295 TR 2-8621 23 E. Eighth St. E. Dunes Highway Laporte County Beverage Berg's Floral 81 Gift Shop TR 4-7465 TR 2-2210 505 Chicago St. 906 Franklin St. Majot's Garden Shop Blackmond's Jewelers TR 2-1566 TR 4-4765 127 E. Ninth St. 801 Franklin St. Maryhel's Castle of Beauty Alvin D. Blieden TR 4-3515 TR 4-5510 201 Warren Building 601 Franklin St. Mayer's Children Shop Blieden's Camera Center TR 2-4202 TR 2-8080 915 Franklin St. 524 Franklin St. Anchorage Restaurant Wright Beauty Shop TR 2-9366 TR 2-8114 1018 Franklin St. 1204 E. Michigan St. Ballard's Florist Zales Jewelers TR 4-7425 TR 2-9167 132 S. Roeske Ave. 193 531 Franklin St. Book Fair TR 2-4395 414 Franklin St. Dr. Donald I. Bormann TR 2-2169 303 Warren St. Bortoli School of Music TR 2-5574 1020 E. Michigan St. Boyd Phelps, Inc. TR 4-6238 1000 Washington St. Buchanan's Cleaners TR 4-7248 514 F. Michigan St. Mr. 8cMrs. Preston Calvert 916 Pine St. Dr. Norman Carlson TR 4-5461 913 Wabash St. Carpenter's 66 Service Sta. TR 9-9887 2116 Franklin St. Charlie's Pizza Cipares Insurance Agency TR 4-3267 417 Warren Building Dairy Queen TR 2-1550 2506 Franklin St. 1027 Michigan St. Eighth Street Cafe TR 9-9942 112 W. Eighth St. Foster Printing Service TR 9-9144 2101 Franklin St. Ray Fox, Jr. TR 2-7283 601 Franklin St. General Construction TR 4-3277 234 E. Second St. Goerg Boats 81 Motors TR 2-8608 83 N. Franklin St. Dr. William A. Hall, jr. TR 4-4932 320 E. Eighth sf. Haviland-Callan, Inc. TR 215816 TR 4-3274 110 E R1P1CY Sf- 701 W. Sixth sf. Checker Cab Co. Kilnovvitz-Brown TR 4-3261 TR 4-6275 616 W. Ninth 1402 Franklin St. C 81 N Jewelers Kresge's TR 2-1646 TR 2-5939 1011 Franklin St. 617 Franklin St. Index A Abbott, Sue ....... ..... ..... . . . .118 Abel, Donald .... 10, 10, 73, 71, s1, 14, 87, 93, 142, 162 Abel, Mike ...................... 77, 118 Adams, Elizabeth .. ..... 79, 150 Adams, John ..... .............. 1 50 Adams, Mitchell . . ....... . .... . . .150 Adler, Donna .... 11, 14, 20, 76, sl, 111, ss, 94, 11s Adrian, Fred . . . .......... 150 Adrian, Iris . . . ...... 150 Adrian, Loren . . . . .92, 142 Agemy, Daniel . . ...... 150 Agemy, Faye . . . . . .32, 78, 88 Ahrendt, Barbara . . . .79, 118 Akin, Sherry .... ..... 1 50 Albers, Ronald ..... ...... 1 50 Alexander, Betty . ....-......... 79, 150 Alinsky Joe ...... ............ 9 0, 91, 150 Alix, Maxine ..... 11, 14, 72, 76, 81, 83, 84, 86,94, 116,118 Allen, Gloria . ...... 79, 84, 150 Allen, Jack . . . ......... .150 Allen, Pat .... . . .79, 150 Allie, James .... . . .92, 118 Allison, Albert . . ......,....... 150 Allison, Robbie . ............... 89, 150 Ambruso, Dennis ............ ...... 1 50 Anderson, Gail ...... 11, 12, 72, 73, 83, 84, 85,118, 162,173, 200 Anderson Maureen ..... 79, 84, 86, 117, 118 Anderson, Sue ..-... 29, 76, 78, 81, 84, 118 Applegate, Robert ...... 75, 76, 87, 100, 142 Archambeault, Tom ............... 150 Archer, Bonnie ............ . . . .142 Archer, Jerry .................... 150 Arens, Sandra . . .29, 75, 76, 82, 84, 118, 167 Armour, JeE .................. 84, 142 Armour, Shaun ........ 17, 72, 73, 75, 103, 118, 153, 200 Armstrong Frank . . . . .84, 117, 118, 175 Armstrong, Richard . .... 84, 98, 118, 189 Armstrong, Susan ...... . . .22, 81, 87, 150 Arnett, John .... . . .76, 87, 98, 118, 184 Ashton, Robert . . . . ..... 82, 85, 93, 142 Aultman, David . , .......... 88, 150 Aust, Marylou . . .... 78, 80, 87 Ayad, Richard . . . . .74, 87, 118 Ayers, Joyce . . ....... 150 B Babbitt, William . . . . . .142 Babinec, Edward . . . . . .118 Bacztub, Stephen . . . .... .150 Baker, Bruce .... . . .841 150 Baker, Carol . . ....... 150 Baker, Craig , . ......... 150 Baker, Pamela . . . . . .13, 86, 118 Balser, Scott .... .............. 1 50 Bandurski, Ruth .................. 142 Bankolf, Barbara ..... 18, 74, 81, 83, 85, 86, '93, 141, 142, 182 Bankolf, David . . . .......... 149, 150 Banks, Ralph .... ............. 1 50 Bannwart, Bob . . . . . .19, 75, 87, 93, 98, 103, 141, 142 Banul, Larry . . . ........ .... . 150 Bard, Connie . . . . . .46, 74, 86, 9.5, 142 Barkow, Larry . . .......... 84, 150 Baron, Chris . . ........... 150 Barrios, Kathy . . .......... 87, 150 Bartels, Beverly . . . . .81, 83, 85, 93, 142 Bartels, Sandra . . ............. 142 Barthel, Rena . . .............. 150 Bartlett, Merlyn . . . . .30, 75. 76, 85, 87, 93, 9s, 141, 142 Bauer, Carl .... . . .72, 75, 78, 80, 87, 93, 142, 166 Baugh, Beverly . . . ....... 78, 80, 150 Baugh, Richard .... .... 7 8, 80, 142, 166 Bazcmorc, David . . . .......... .150 Bazemore, Harry . . . ......... . 142 Beach, Bill ..... ............. 1 42 Beaver, Larry .... .... 2 9, 35, 103, 118 Beaver Wayne ..... ........... 1 42 Bechinski, Maryann . .......... 150 Beck, Jerrie Sue . . . . . . 119, 168 Beckman, Merry . . . . . . . . .142 Beckman, Terry . . ..... 92, 119 Becktcll, Janet . . . .... . .72, 150 Beebe, Peggy . . . . . .76, 86, 142 Behner, William . . ....... 150 Bchnke, Dianne . . .............. 150 Behr, William .................... 150 Beishline, Cindy ..... 18, 74, 85, 86, 93, 142 Bclkiewitz, Connie . ............... 150 Belkiewitz, Jacquelyn ............... 142 Bell, Helen ........ . . .61 Belue, Judy ...... ............... 1 50 Belue, Wilma ..... ............... 1 50 Benford, Karen .... 73, 84, 86, 119, 175, 200 Benford, Peggy ............ . .77, 86, 142 Benowitz, Judy . . .... 53, 73, 81, 84, 119 Benton, Michael . . Berg, Pamela . . . Bergerson, Ellen . . . . Berkes, Dorothy . . . . Berkes, Stephanie . Best, Henry ..... Bethke, Rebecca . . Beyer, Doug .... Biederstaedt, Cathy Biela, Stanley . . . Bictry. Tim .... Binsz, Ted . . Bintz, Nancy . . . Bird, Jill . .... . Bischoff, Denice . . Blackburn, James . Blank, Allan .... Blank, Barbara . . . Blissmer, Richard Block, Kim ....... Block, Robert , . . Bluhm, Robert . . . Blumenfeld, Sue . Bobinski, David . . Bock, Richard . . . Bodley, Carol . . Boehm, Bonnie . . . Boehnlein, Diane . . . Boehnlein, Rita . Boehnlein, Robert . Boekner, Wilma . . Boguslawski, Terry Bohlim, Cheryl ..... Bohlin, Linda . . . . Bohne, Kathleen . . Bohnstadt, Alice . Bohnstadt, Curtis . Bohnstadt Gerry . Bohnstadt, Judy . . Bolka, Bolka, Dennis . . . Diana . . Bolka, Eugene . . . Bolka, Lawrence . . Bolka, Sandra .... Bolka, Stanley . . . Bon5eld, James . . Bonlield, Janet . . Bcnisla wski, Janet Bootcheck, Jerry . Bootz, Bootz, Adolph . . . Roxann . . . Boudreau, Doran . Boudreau, Joanne . Bowerman, Linda . Bowers, John .... Bowers, Patricia Bowker, Peggy . . . Bowlby, Linda . . . Bowman, Karen . . Bowmar, Carl . . . Bowmar, Gerald . . Bowmar, Gregory . Boza, Kathy ..... Bratkovic, Robert . Breed, Suzanne . . Breitzka, Mary . . Brennan, Tom . . Brink, Ted .... Britzke, Virgil . . . Brody, Richard . . Brooker, Connie Brooks, Dorothy . Brooks, Gilbert . . Brooks, Rebecca . . Brooks, Richard . . Brost, Diane .... Brown, Anthony . Brown, Carol . . . Brown, Charles . . Brown, Edward . . Brown, Harold . . Brown, James . . Brown, Mildred . . Brown, Pamela . Brown, Raymond . Brown, Robert . . . Brown, Violet . . . Brown, Virginia . . Brown, Willie . . Bruemmer, Fred . . Bruemmer, Norman Bruemmer, Robert Bruhler, Judith . . Bryan, Bryant, Cathy .... Naomi . . . Bryant, Ronald . . Buckingham, Gary Buckne Buckne r, Charles . r, William . Bud, Matthew . . . Bunton Burch, Burch, , Barbara . . David . . Sharon . . . Burdick, Valerie . Burgdo rf, Gene . . ld, Beryle . . 4 Burgwald, Bruce . Burgwa Burhop, Karen . . . Burkett, Donna . . Burkha Burkha Burkha rt, Duane . rt, Dwight rt, Terry . . . Burnett, Stove . . . Burns, Diana . . . is., . ....11,77,78, 311331 ......59,81,86, .........86,93, 76, 84, 86, 119, ..........87, 41, ........ s4, 93, ....86, . . .71, 100,. .....72, ..'.'.s7, 94, ss, 93, . ....... 92, .76, ss, 114, ss, .........57, ....84,86, ............87, as, ss, ............75, .60, 74, 78, 80, .........8l, 73, 74, 84, 86, 142, . ..... . . . . . . 84, ............90, . . . .78, 86, . ....... ak, 95, iifisl '1ii,' ........86, 119, . . . .78, '.'.'.'126,' . .'.ii,'ii,'a'7Q'1i5,' ..........79, iif .i 142,- . . . . .92, . . . .87, . . .88, 149, . . . . .77, 78, . . .17, 84, 104, ......67,79, . . .71, 71, so, ss, . .84, .........9l,93, 86,93, ....79, .. ..84, ....76, ......92, ....8,a85, ....30,75, .....30, ....87,90, .....84, ......84, ....90,9l, 110 119 142 183 110 119 142 110 142 110 119 110 119 142 110 142 110 142 119 142 119 142 142 142 110 119 110 119 142 119 150 142 187 119 142 119 110 142 110 110 142 142 150 142 110 189 188 142 142 142 142 142 110 110 110 120 120 110 142 169 120 110 110 110 110 120 142 142 120 110 110 110 120 120 142 110 110 142 110 142 142 142 110 111, 142 110 110 120 110 .79 142 142 142 12c 142 142 142 142 110 120 142 142 120 120 142 110 142 110 142 110 120 142 151 142 111 Burns, Tom . . . Bush, Barbara .. Bush, Gloria . . . Bush, Steve . . . Butts, Dixie .... Butts, Kathleen . . Bvers, Sharon .... Byrd, Edward ..... Cable, Darlene . . Caddo, Robert . . . Caddo, Russell . . . Cady, Dennis , , Calvert, Jane . . Camerson, Joe . . . Cammett, Jeanne . Capp, Martha . . . CaPPY1 Mike . . Cappy, Thomas . . Carnes, Deanna . . . Carpenter, Jane . . Carpenter, Mary . . Carpenter, Tom . . Carson, Patricia . Carter, Beverly . . Carter, Linda . . . Carter, Nancy . . . . . Cashbaugh, Barbara Cassidy, Judy . . . Cassler, Daniel . . . Cates, Charlene . . Caviggiola, Bruce . Cesario, Francis . . Chakos, Maria . Chakos, Susanne . Chambers, Bruce Cl-laoala, Rita . . . Chappell, Barbara Chappell, Dallas . . Chase, Mike . . Chern, Vicki .... Childers, Bob . . . . Childers, James . . Childress, Dave . Childress, John . . Childress Randy . Christiansen, Alice Christman, Barbara Church, Dennis . . Cieciwa, Greg .... Cizcwski, Diana . Claeys, Judy . . Clark, Barbara . Clark, Pam . . . Clark, Robert . . . Clemons, Shirley . Cliford, Jane .. Clinger, Judy . . . Cochran, Steve . . Cofer, Tom .... C' ffee, Richard . . Coker, Leanna . . Collier, Barbara . Collier, Ollie . . . . Collison, Richard . Colvin, Dennis . . Colvin, Larry . . Combs, Fred .... Conklin, Ken .... Conner, Donna . . Connett, Sandra . Consdorf, Joan . Cook, Edward . . . Cook, Kristi . . . Cook, Marilyn . . Cook, Pcnni . . Cooley, Robert . . . . Corbett, Sue .... Cottingham, Bonnie Couch, Connie . . . . . Ctuch, Georgene . . Couch, Linda . ...... Courtington, Gloria . . Cowan, Thomas .... Cox, Cynthia . .... . Cox, Dennis . . Cox, James . . . Craig, Joseph . . . Craig, Mike .... Crama, Peggy ,... Crandall, Barbara . . . Crane, Larry ..... Crawford, Johnnie Cruetzburg, Ted .. Criswell, Jackie . . Crook, William . . . Crosby, Daniel . . Crosby, Harry ..... Crosby, Kathie ..... Cross, Sue ...... 78, Crozier, John ...... Cruise, Ted .... Crynes, Bonnie . . Crynes, Kathy .... Cummings, John . . Curry, William . . . 195 C . . .1s, 77, . . . .78, . . .79, . . .79, .53,'9s','s'0Q tif ii' i1','73f 74,' ii,'s'sQ' 165, 184, ..........92, .11,1z, 71, 71, 81, 120, . . .75, 81,87, 91, .. . . . . .....'95,. . .' .72, '12,' 96,' ss, 120 151 151 142 151 142 142 120 151 151 142 142 120, 200 142 142 85, 200 121 151 142 142 151 151 121 121 121 121 .21, 46, 74, 14, 121 151 . .. .... 100,143 . ..... 111 ....143 ....111 ...........84,121 121 .19, 31, 42, 76, 7s, 87, 98,103,121 151 ....s4,111 ........121 .......91,141 ...21, 78, 94. 111 ....79,87,121 ........l51 ...92,121 ............121 ...72,81,85,121,189 .. ...... 72,107,151 .....101,151 .......151 ......87,151 ...ss,s9,1z1 ....141, 186 ....1:1, 166 ......151 ...s4,111 ....121 ......111 ...84,151 ....121 ....89,90 .......79,143 .......100,111 ...s1,90,91, 141 ..........143 ........121 ....122,143 ......143 ......111 ...s7,111 ............1z2 ...23,78,80,87, 149, 151,178,188 ...74,86,122,187 .....ss,1z2, 185 .......s2,111 ...,111 .. ........ 143 ..........141 ...71, 76, 89, 141 .........71,7s,141 12.71, 00.91, 143, 175 ........101, 122,182 ......92,143 ........151 ..........143 ....79,a1,141 ......87,151 ......107,111 ...44,72,75, 84, 86,89,122 ........141 ......143 ....11, 141 ....151,173 ...........122, 173 so, ss, 11, 86,93, 141 ...90, 91,151 .......78,143 ...........111 ...s9,91, 122, 143 ...........143 Curtis, John . . . . . . Czizek, Janet . . .72, Dlbbert, Geraldine . . Dabbert, Kathy . . Dabbous, Annette . . . Daher, Joyce ..... Dale, Jeanne . . . Dana, Barbara . . Daniels, Erny . . Daniels, Evelyn . . Danielson, Robert . . Dankert, Trudy . Dargis, Marge ... Darrow, Terry . . . . r Daube t, Russell . . . Davis, Gene ...... Davis, Kent .... 14, Davis, Larry ...... Davis, Pessy ....... Davis, Phoebe . . Davis, Reba . . Davis, Stephen . . Dawson, Diane . . . Deal, Dorothy . Dean, Judy . . . Dee, Glen . . . Dee, Ken .,... Deeds, Michael . . Delco, Royce . . . Demartinis, Dan . . . Demchak, John . . Demos, Charles . . . Demphsey, Pam . . Denham, Ed ..... Denow,Bob ....... Detwiler, Christine Deutscher, Randy . . DeWald, Walter . . Diana, William . . Dickef' Ada . . . . Dickey, Juanita . . Dickinson, Susan . . . Dieckilman, Susan . . Dierdorf, Carolyn . . Dierdorf, Evelyn . . . Dierdorf, Sue . . . DiGiacom0, Ron . . . Dingman, LaVonna . Dipert, James . . . Doba, Ronald ..... Dobeslti, Richard . . . . Dobrzynski, David . . . . ..... 43, 72, 104, 77, 84, 86, 93, 143, D 143 191 151 143 151 .......79 ...a7, ...ss, ...116, ss, ss, ......79, 87, ...17, s4, 87, 76, s7, 93, 101, 101, ..s1, s9, 93,143, . ....63,93, 143, .........111, ...79, ...87, 90, .. ...33, . . .33, 37, ...72, ar, 89, ...73,76, ......86, ........92, . ...s4, ss, 122, .......102, .....s1, sr, .. .s2, 94, 143, ......s7, . ....s7, 90, . ...77, ax, ss, . . .' .'7si '86,' 151 122 151 122 151 143 151 143 122 151 143 151 174 174 174 143 151 151 151 122 122 151 151 151 122 143 143 143 151 189 143 122 162 151 151 151 143 151 151 151 .98 143 ........151 ..... .........143 . ...... ....91, Dodson, Patrick .... 75, 78, 83, 84, 103, Dolembo, Tom . .12, 17, 19, 72, 74, 117, Dolson, Ned . . . 151 151 143 122 ..................151 143 Dombkowski, Ron . . . - . - - Dombrowsky, Ron .................151 Doran, Ronald . . Downs, Joan . . .781 Downs, Randy .... Downs, Roger . . . Downs, Suzanne . . Dreske, Michael . . Dressel, James . . . Dreyer, Michael . . . Drummond, Frances Dubie, David ..... Joanne . . . Lynn . I . Ducey, Duffv. Dunlap, Terry Dunlap, Tim .... Dunloo, Dau: . Durand, Deryle so, 81, 87, 94, 149,151, ............149, ....87, 92, 151 187 151 143 143 151 143 143 ,, ........151 ....79, ....a4, ............105, 101. 73, 87, 93,103, 141, H '11, 21, 24, 25, 74, 71, 81, 84, 86, 116, 117, Durnal,Janice.................7B, Duszynski, Paul Duszvnslti, Tom . . . Dutchess, Linda Dyer, Lynda . . . E E.-'.:n,Gail... . ..... Ebert, Sue . . . . . .2l, 73, 74, 84, 86, Eckert, Robert . . . Edinger, Leroy . . . Edlen, Bonnie . . , Edwards, Barbara . Edwards, Betty . . . Edwards, Carolyn . . . Edwards, John . . . Edwards, Robert . . . Erelske, June . . . . Egilski, Norman . Eldridge, Connie .. Elliott, Jani ..... Ellis, Peggy . Ellison, Ed .... Emerson, Judy . . Emery, Janice . England, David . Engle, Ken ..... Ennis, Edward . . Ennis, Elizabeth . . Enyeart, Charles . . . Erickson, Dale . . 143, 174, ....123, ...100, .....122, ....ll7, 119, 143 151 141 143 122 143 78, 123 143 123 .16 151 143 151 141, 183 151 191 141 141 .79 151 141 166 151 , ...... ..141 . . .76, 79, . . .72, 88, . . . . .78, . . . .85, .. ....... 78, .........104, . . .11, 30, 85, 93, 151 151 151 143 151 151 123 152 123 152 152 143 Gipson, Nate . . . Eskridge, Pat . . Esmeyer, Sandra . Evans, Duane . . Evans, James . . . Everett, Linda. . Everetts, Tom . 124, . . .11, 79, 86, 88, F . . .7s, 104, . . .11, ns, 125 Everly, Judith . . Everly, Kenneth . Evett, Don .... Falbo Robert . . Fargo, Patricia . Farley, James . . . Farmer, Alicia . . . Farmer, Jerrold . Farmer, Jerry . . Farmer, Terry . . Fedder, Judy . . Fedder, Lonny . Fedder, Tom . . Feldman, Linda Fenton, Sara . . Fickes, Jeff . . . Fields, Walter .. Fisch, Susan .... Fischbacher, David Flanigan, Dennis . Flanigan, Tara . . . Fleming, Michael Flesher, Okcy . . . Flotow Michael .. Fly, James .... Fly, Mary . . . Fly, Rachell . . Fly, Wallace . Flv, Wayne .... Fly, William .... Foldenauer, Diane .... Foldenaucr, Eugene Foldenauer, Norm . . Foldenauer, Norman Foldenauer, Phyllis Foldenauer, Ron . . Follin, Marilyn . . Follin, Russell . . Fontana, Margie . Ford, Barbara . . Ford, Cheryl . . . Forney, Lloyd . . Foster, Cora . . . Foster, Warren .. Fought, lames . . Fought, Vicki . . Fowler, Tom . . Fox, Carol . Fox, Kay . . Fox, Pat . . . Fox, Roger . .. Fox, Vicky . . . . . Frageman, Michael Francis, Beverly . . . Frank, Jacque ........ Frankowski, Cheryl . . . Franks, Dan ..... 30, . . . .79, . . .21, 30, 75, 84, 91, ............78, '.'.'.'7if bif .' .' f7bQ '1b6,' . . .60, 88, . . ..... 107. . . .76, 89, ..-.-.-.IK bif . . . . .92, . . . .98, . . .72, 73, 81, 85, 88, 'ffffffisQ'sifis, . ...-.....165, '.'.i4, Franks, Franson, John .. Chris . Fraze, Robert ..... Frecks, Mike ..... Fredenburg, Daniel Fredenburg, Randy Fredline, Jerry .... Freier, Kim ..... Fries, William . . . Froehlke , Cynthia. . . Fry, Diana .... . Frye, Victoria . . Fulton, Andrea . Fultz, Carol . . Furois, Joy . . Furr, Larry . . Gabruna Gahr, Sa 1. Robert ndra..... Galinowski, James Gallas, Barbara . . . Gambill, Charles . . Gambill Joseph .. Gambill, Robert . . Gamblin, Bill . . Ganschow, Ronald Ganshorn, Emery Garbacik, Edward Garbacz, Nina .. Gardner, Ann .. Gardner, Connie . Gardner, Dianne Garrels, Betty . . ..11 Garrettson, James Gasaway, Gordon Gasparett, Harry . . Gaston, Ray . . . . . Gatz, Richard . . Gatzka, Par .... Geisser, William Geissler, George . Geleske, Danny . . . ...........78, 50, 51,72, 83, 85, 93,101, ..........107, ....79, . ..83, ...ao, s4, ss, ss, .........1sz, ......7s,so, ......91, ...sa, ss, G . . .sz, ss, s4, '.78,' . . .7o, so, .........87, , 13, 72, 74, 76, ss, . . .102, 152 143 152 152 123 152 143 152 143 143 152 152 123 123 152 152 143 152 152 143 143 152 152 123 152 143 152 152 143 143 143 152 152 123 143 152 123 152 143 152 189 152 152 143 123 123 123 152 123 123 152 152 143 124 152 152 152 143 152 152 143 152 87, 143 152 152 152 124 143 143 152 143 174 143 152 143 152 124 143 124 143 144 152 152 124 152 152 152 144 152 152 152 152 152 152 85, 124 152 124 144 144 152 144 152 124 144 Gembala, Judy . . . George, Bobby . . . George Donald .. Gerkin, Carol . . Gerron, Lorrane . Gibbs, Gerald . . . Giberson, Sharon . Giese, Ted . .72, 75 Gill, Judy ...... Gill, Karen ..... Gill, Sharon ..... Gillman, Barbara .. ...73,78,124, Gilmore, Tom . . . . Ginther, Rickey . . Gipe, Linda ..... Gipson, Estelle . . . Glade, LouAnn . . . Glanz, April . . Glanz, Ronald . . Glanz, Warren .. Gleason, Alice . . . Gleason, Robert .. Glolf, Douglas . . . Goble, Connie . . . Goch, Vicki ..... Gondek, Patrick . . Gondek, Peggy . Gotto Pac .... Grady, John ..... Graham, Bonnie .. Graham Lynn . . . Graham, Ottie . . . Gralik, Mary .... Grams, Richard .. Granacki, Gerry . . Granacki, Judith .. Granzo, Connie Grauel, Janet Greco, Richard . G'eenlaw, Doug . . Greenway, Gary Greenway, John . . Greening, Thomas Gresham, Garnet .. Grievish, Terry . . Grimes, Mike . Grimm, Mary . . Grimm, Steve . . . Grott, Joe . .. Grudovich, Thomas Grvvna, Theresa . . 78, 81, 54, 'aif .'.'.'1bQ .'.','7bf id, . ......... 101,124, , 83, 84, 87,100,103, ,............92, iS,'7si'1iJ6,'1o'1:'1i1i, ........74,81, a4, ...........81,87, 14, 26, s7, 101, 124, .....72,149, ....s7, .'.'.'f.'s'7Q'1ii, 74, so, s4, ss, . . . . . . . .ss, ...7s, 93, .. ...152, .... 152, . . .75, 76, 87,105, . . . . .37, 47, 76, 124, . . . .. . . .88- Gryzbacz, Linda ..... . ......... 90, Guehn, Rodney . . . Guess, Jean . ...... Gullickson, Ardyce Gumms, Carol .... Gunter, Sandra . . . Haack, Janice . . Haack, John . . . Haack, Kathi . . . Haas, Evelyn .......... Haberman, Howard Haberman, Rodney Hagen, Daniel .... . . . .73, .. ...78, H . . .77, 86, . .. ....-111-76. . . . . . . . .87, .......23,76,93, Hahn, David ....... . . Hairopoulos, Margaret . . Hairston, Tom . . . . . . Haidusiewicz, Jerry Hakes, Joellan .... Hale, Allan ..... Hale, Joe ...... Hale, Ruth .... . . Halfacre, Florence Hall, Joe ....... Hamblin, Pam . . Hamilton, Keith . . Hamilton, Richard Hamlin, Claudia . . Handloser, Janice .. ...85,88, 105, 125, 165, .'.'.95, .'.'.'s7Q 75, .....85, Handtke, Gregory . . . . . . . - . Hansen, Randy ..... . . . Harding, Margurite . . . . . . Harger, Penny . . . . . Harmon, Judy . . Harris, Benny . . . Harris, Maxine . . Harrison, John . . Harrold, Tim . . Hart, Charles . . . Hartford, Jerry .. Hartkr Dale . . . Hartman, Neil . . Hartsburg, Janet . . . . . . Hartwig, Cynthia ...a, 76, .. ........ 78, ......91, ......101, ...11,76,88, ........84, Harvey, Jane .... 73, 75, 83, 85, 86, 93, Hattabauvh. Margaret Hauskins, John . . . Hawker, Mary .... Hawkins. John . . Hayes, Tony . . . Hayes, Mike .... Hayes, William .. Hayman, Rita .. . Haynes, James .... . . . . 11. 78. ..........75,79, Haynie, Patricia . . . .11, 68, 81, 84, 87, "'1's:22,'r2,'x'91'sS, 45, 59, 72, 73. .152 .152 .152 152 144 184 152 144 124 .152 .152 168 152 1:2 124 112 144 nz 144 ss, 183 144 152 185 1:2 124 152 .152 152 152 152 182 144 144 144 .124 174 .152 .152 152 186 124 144 185 153 .153 .153 .144 144 144 .153 ...........153 11,13,15, 72, 82, 85, 86, 94, 117, 125, 76, 163 153 .153 153 153 .153 .153 144 .153 153 144 183, 200 .153 .153 .125 .144 125 .153 153 153 .125 .125 .125 153 .153 144 153 153 .153 144 .144 .153 .153 144 144 75, 125 144 .153 .153 153 125 125 153 144 153 125 125 125 153 .153 153 144 153 153 196 Headley, Jacie . . . . . . . Heekel, Barbara . . .... . . Hedges, Annette . . . . .85, Hedges,Carla... Hedrick, Lyn . . . ......... . . .. Hedstrom, Ray . . . . .72, 107, 153, Hedstrom, Susan . . .......... 86, Heiser, Sherry .... ......... 7 8, 86, Henderson, Ron ...,.. 76, 87, 101, 125, Hendrickson, Robert ........ 105, 125, Henley, James ...... . . . . . .56, 103, Henrich, Kathleen . . . . .75, 92, Henrich, Robert ......... ........ Henrich, Sharon . .. .......... 88, 93, Henry, Albert .... , 24, 35, 40, 72, 75, s7, ss, 105, 126, Henry, James . . ...... 91, 100, 107, Henry, Steve .... . . .75, 87, 106, 144, Herbert, Mary ..... ...... 7 2, 78, 80, Herbert, Richard . . ............ . . Heric, Blaine . . . ........... . . . . Hering, Melanne .... 72, 78, 81, 85, 93. Herod, Dolores . . ............. . . Herrbach, Ted . . ...... 64, 90, 91, Hess, Susan . . . ....... .85, Hester, Mike .... ....... 7 8, Heuck, Danny . . .......... . . Heuring, Joel . . . . .75, 84, 141, Hibner, Gloria . .......... . Hibner, Harry . . ......... 85, Hicks, Dorothy ................... 1'icks, Rebecca ........ 61, 82, 84, 86, Hileman, John . . .12, 14, 31, 49, 72, 74. 77, ss, ss, s7, 117, Hill Barry .... . . . ........ . . . . Hill, Carolyn .... ......... 8 4, 86, Hill, Dian ...................... 1-lill, Nancy ...74, :14, ss, ss, 141,14-1, Hilton Gayle .... ............. . Hobart, Gary . . . . . Hock, Tom . . .... . . Holden, Betty . . .... 79, Holden, Darlene . . . . . .79, 87, Holloway, Carol . . .... 78, Holmes, Robin . . . . . . . Holmes, Cabot . . . . . .100, Holmes, Ruth ..... ....... Holtgreen, Barbara . . ...... . . Hoop, Barbara .... . . .79, 87, Hoop, Philip . . . . . .87, 104, Hoskam, Peter . . ...... . . Hoster, John . . ' - - Howard, Ann . . ............ . . Howard, Janice . ............... . Howard, Linda ...... 11, 74, 751 79, 81, ss, ss, ss, Howard, Sue . . . .......... . . . . Howland, Pat .. Hubbard, Shirley - - - Hubbart, Monroe . . . Hudson, Gilbert . . . . . Hughes, Bradford ---- Hollinger, Jean . . . . .78, Hullings, Chuck . . ......... . . Hultgren, James . . ..,....... . . Hunn, Linda . . . ..... 72. 34- 37. Hurley, Sue . . . . . .84, 87, 88, 90, Hurst, Earl .... ............ 8 0, Hurst, Susan . . . . . .48, 78, 86, 92, Huskey, Gary . . . ......... . . . . Hutson, Todd .... .......... . Hutton, Madeline . . . . .89, Hvcner, David . . . - . . . 1 laZZett0, Michael . . . . Igelski, Keith . . . . . . Igelski, Norm . . . . . Ingle, Richard . . . . . J Jacks, Diane .... . . . . . .90, Jackson, Annie . . ....... . . Jackson, Bonnie . ....,..... . Jackson, James . . .... 78, 80, 88, Jackson, Manuel . . .... . . . . . 'ackson, Thelma. . . .... . . Jacobs, John .... . . .37, Jacobs, Robert . . ..... . . Jacobsen, Joyce . . . . .87, 88, Jahnz, James .... ....... Jakelski, Patrick .... ...... Jakubowski, Frank ................. Janasiak, Sharon .................. Janes, Shelby ...... 75, 87, 90, 91, 93, Jania, William . . .............. . . Janicki, Joanne . . ............ 78, Jaques, Jean .... . . .81, 94, 144, Jarrett, Carolyn . ........ 89, Jaske, Bernadette . Jaske, James .... Jasnieski, James . Jasperson, Michelle Jenkins, Dianna . Jenkins, Bill Jenks, Carol Jensen, Joanne .. Job, Larry ...... Johansson, Kathe . . . . . .79, 87, '.'.bi,' . . .78, 89, ..'.k5,' . . .30, 153 153 125 153 144 187 144 144 180 168 125 144 153 144 83, 190 153 173 153 144 . 87 144 126 126 153 144 153 144 126 153 126 126 75, 126 144 144 153 178 126 144 153 153 153 144 .88 144 144 153 153 126 .84 144 153 126 82, 144 126 153 144 153 153 153 126 144 153 153 153 153 126 155 153 144 153 144 153 .17 153 153 126 144 144 153 144 153 126 153 153 153 153 144 144 153 144 187 153 153 153 126 144 153 144 126 144 144 126 John, Constance .............. 153 Johnson, Carole ...... 11, 77, 85, 127, 179 Johnson, David ............... 149, 153 Johnson, Dorsey ..73, 76, sl, 114, ss, 127,188 Johnson, Janet ........ 86, 88, 89, 144, 179 Johnson, Janet .... .............. 1 53 Johnson, Kenneth . ............. 153 Johnson, Lois .... . . .62, 88, 89, 127 Johnson, Lonel . . . ...... 79, 153 Johnson, Marzaret . ..... 153 Johnson, Marilyn . ...... 84, 144 Johnson, Mary .... .......... 1 53 Johnson, Paul .... . . .72, 82, 83, 127 Johnson, Roy ...... .......... 1 27 Johnson, Ruthanne . . .... 86, 88, 127 Johnson, Thomas . . . ....... .153 Johnson, William ....... 153 Johnston, Kenneth . . . .84, 144 Johnston, Peggy . . . ........ .153 Jones, Allen . . . . ........ 84, 144 Jones, Bronwyn . . . . .83, 85, 93, 144 jones, Loretta .... ............... 1 44 Jones, Marilyn . . . .............. .153 Jones, Richard . . .21, 24, 72, 73, 74, 78, 80, 116, 127 Jones, Ronald ................. 78, 144 Joseph. Joanne . . . .73, 81, 83, 85, 86, 88, 127, 168 Joyce, Sandra .... 66, 78, 87, 149, 153, 182 Juckett, Thomas . . ....... 85, 90, 91, 154 Jumche, Al .... ....... 1 os, 144 K Kaeding, Gretchen . . ..... 154 Kaeding, Lisa . . . ....... .144 Kahn, Allan .... .... 8 2, 84, 144 Kahn Susan . . .......... 154 Kalil, Camille . . . .81, 86, 92, 127 Kalil, Gayle .... ........ 7 s, 127 Kallil. JudeAnn . . . ........ .154 Kaminski, Donald . . ......... 65 Kaminski, George . . .16, 149, 154 Kaminski, James . ....... 144 Kanger, Bill . . . . . .144 Karm, Ronald . . . ....... .144 Kazmucha, Mickey ......... 154 Keen, Fred ..... . . .107, 154, 191 Keen, Ronald . . ......... 127 Keene, Charles . ........ 127 Keeney, Patricia . ....... 144 Keeton, Judith . . ......... 114 Keever, Janet . . . . .86, 127, 174 Keever, Paul . . . .......... 84, 154 Keller, Carol . . ...... 76, 77, 86, 127 Kelley, Duane . . . . .36, 75, 100, 107, 154 Kelley, Willie . . . .......... 79, 89, 154 Kelly, Phyllis . . ............... 145 Kelly, William .... 82, 83, 85, 93, 102, 141, 145, 174 Kelsey Robert . . ......... 154 Kemp, Juanita . . ........ 89, 154 Kemp, Robert . . . . .67, 90, 91, 154 Kempf, Kathryn . . . ........ 87, 154 Kenefick, John ....... . . .58, 154 Kennebrew, Harriette . . . . .76, 154 Kennedy, Sherry .... ..... 1 54 Kersey, James ..... .... 9 2, 127 Kerwin, Joan .... .... 8 6, 88, 127 Kerwin, Ronald . . .... 93, 98, 145 Key, Sherry . . . ..... 78, 154 Kieffer Sharon . . . . .154, 174 Kienitz, Dennis . ..... 127 Kienitz, Donald . . . . . .76, 127 Kieszltowslti, John .... 145 Kietzman, Terry . . . ........... .154 Killingbeck, Darryl . . .......... 88, 154 Kimble, Jerraly .... . . .11, 77, 84, 92, 128 Kindig, Sue ..... ....... 9 4, 149, 154 King, Lawrence . . ............ 128 King, Thomas . . ....... 154 Kinsey Janice .. ..... 128 Kintzele, Philip . . . . .84, 154 Kintzele, Russell . .... 128 Kirk, Jack ..... . ......... 145 Kirkland, Robert ....... . ...... 154 Kiser, James .... . .35, 38, 39, 106, 128 Klemz Larry , . .......... 92, 145 Klosinski, John . . . . . ...... . . .154 Kluge, James . . . . . .79, 145 Kniola, Mary . . .... 128 Knoll, Daniel . . . . .154 Kobos, Victor . . . . .154 Kochvar, April . . ........ 128 Koes, Joyce . . . ....... . 154 Koester, Mary . . .... 78, 87, 154 Kohler, Carol . . ........ 145 Kohn, James .... . . .72, 154 Kohn, Marshall . . . . .75, 128 Kolke, Karen ...... ....... 1 Z8 Kolke, Kent .. ...... ..... 8 4, 154 Kolobuchowski, Dianne . . .... 83, 85, 128 Kolobuchowski, Joan ............ 92, 145 Komasinski. Don ............... 145 Komasinski, Linda .... 73, 74, 78, 80, 81, 85, 86, 128, 170, 200 Komasinski, Mary . . . . .79, 80, 87, 154 Konvalinka, John .... ........ 8 2, 145 Kopanski, Richard . ......... 154 Kopchinski, Suzanne ............... 145 Kopczyk, Chris ........... 72, 76, 86, 128 Kowalski, Kathy . . . . .74, 78, 81. 82, 85, as, 128, 185 LaBerge, Carol . . ...... . ...... 79, ...... . . . Kowalski, Tina .. Kozin, Marsha .... Krachinski, Jack . Krantz, Scott .77, ae, .. .s1, ss, s7, 117, 154, .......79.105, .........63, Krause, Sharon . . . . . .145, Kraverz, Louis . . . . . Kribs, Richard . . . . Kriesel, Norma . . . . . . . . Kriesel, Richard . . .... . . Kricsel, Thomas . . . . . .90, 91, Kroening, Wallace . . . . . . . . . Krueger, Allen . . . . . .92, Krueger, Chris . . .... 87, Krueger, Kaye . . ..... . . Krueger, Ken .... . . .105, 106, Krueger, Larry E. . . ..... 107, Krueger, Larry H. . .... . . Krueger, William . . . . Kubaszczyk, Mary . . . . .92, Kubaszczyk, Pat . . Kubica Nancy . . Kubsch, Richard . . Kuchik, Randall . . Kuhn, Susan .... Kunkel, Larry . . . Kunkel, Scott .... Kurz, Dennis .. Kutch, Dean . . . LaBerge, Leo . . . Lallcrge, Mary . . . LaBorn, Fred .. Lacher, Suzanne . , . Ladra, Walter .... 1..aFountain, Nancy Lain, Carol ...... Lamm, Charles . . . Lane, Mirian . . Lane, Rex .... Lane, William . . . Lange, Kent ..... LaRocco, Maryann Larson Susan .... Lashbrook, Wanda . Lass, Margy ..... Lauer, Daniel . . Law, Tom .... Lawson, Joan . . . Layman Irvin .1 Leavctt, Lois .. Lee, Jerry .... Lee, Jewell . . Lee, Karen . . . Leeks. Emma . . . Leeks. Nate . . . Leeks, Robert . . . Leaks, Ruthy .... Lefebvre, Channing Leins, Michael . . . Lcinwand, Shelley . Leonard, James . . . Levendouslti, Tony Levendowski, Stanley Levin. Sue Levinson, Tevia . . . . Lewis, Ronald . Lezalt. Ronald . . . Lidke, Richard . . . Liebig, Tom . . . Lievense, Diane . . Lightcap, Lynn ....... Linde, Bertha ...... 81, Lindemann, Jane ............... Lindeman, Jeannine ..... Litke, Bertram .. Liverman, Phil . . . Lochmaier, Linda . . . Lochmandy, Frances .. . ...'..:8.6Jl128, 17,'1.8: 15,' 21,211 '24 32, 74, 76, 78, 129,l . .... . . .41, 71, sz, L . . .78, 100, 103, 129, .11, .63, 90, 107, . . . .72, 78, ..'.11i,' ii-1,'9oi' 141, .. .... 72, 86,93, . ...79, 154, .... si, ...19, ss, s7, 91, 103, .....s4, .. .11, 129, . . .s9, 94, 11 . I '.51','1'1Q 'sif 17, 100, 106, 129, ...39, .N.......85,91, ...75, 82,84, ,......129, 16. . . .82, ............87, 86, 82, 87, 88, 149, .... 111, Lockard, Howard . . . . . . . . . . . Locltridge, Carol . . Lockwood, Linda . Loctz, Cathy .... Loetz Cheryl . .. Logmann, Linda . . Lombard, Carol . Long, Alberta . . Longstreet, Doris . . Loniewski, Richard Loomis, Russell . , Losinieeki, James . Loveland, Todd .... 15, Lowe. Stanley .... Lowenthal, Ann , . L1 very, Donald . Lowry, James . . Lowry, Jean ..... Lowry, Nancy ..... Lubeznik, Rodney .... Lubiniecki, Richard Lubke, Oscar . . . . Lucas, Patricia .. Ludington, Sue . . Ludwig, Jolm . . Lueth, Chuck .. Lultasik, Myke .. Luscomb. Dianne . Lutz, Dennis .... Lutz, Tom ..... Lykins, William . , Lylcs, David . . . . ........ 94, 93, .77,85,86, ..........73. .. .....93, 88, ..'.96. 10, s9, 91, 104, ..... . .... .1o4, ...1s, .... .76, " ...'i2Q 's7f 911, ii, .'.'.'141, .. .72, 128 182 128 114 191 141 114 154 145 145 128 128 154 145 145 154 114 114 145 114 114 145 114 171 141 25, 190 129 141 154 163 145 107 145 145 154 145 154 154 145 154 145 145 174 145 154 145 154 129 145 167 145 129 154 154 145 145 154 145 129 145 145 167 154 154 129 166 154 129 129 154 129 114 114 129 154 154 154 154 129 154 141 154 145 154 145 145 154 145 154 129 145 145 154 154 154 129 145 154 145 129 154 145 145 145 154 145 154 154 155 130 Lyles, Kathy . . ......... 155 Lynch, Linda . . ..... 87, 155, 182 Lyons, Linda . . . . .78, 86, 89, 130 Lystcr, Susan . . ........ 85, 145 M Macieiewslti, Phillip . . . . . .91, 155 Maddox, Ronald .... . . .92, 145 Maerz, Sandra . . . . . . .155 Mahaffey, Dennis . . .... 145 Mahatfev, Gary ....... ........ 9 2, 145 Mahl, Larry ..................... 155 Maior, Stephen . . .2Z, 36, 100, 103, 106, 145 Malcer, Theresa ................... 145 Malay, M11ri1r1 ..11, 46, 71, 77, s1, ss, 130 Maleclti, Joan .................. 85, 130 Malecki, Sandra .................. 145 Malotz, Bonnie . . . . .84, 155 Malott, Penny . . . . .78, 130 Malott, Stephen . . .... 82, 155 Manigold, John .. . . .10J, 145 Mann, David ...,. ..... 1 45 Mansfield, Michael . . . . .155 Manski, Tom ...... . . .155 Marciniak, Robert . . ....... 130 Marguart, Barbara . ..... 87, 155 Markowslti, Connie . .... 79, 87, 155 Markowski, Ron . . . ....... .155 Marron, David . . . . . .100, 155 Marshall, Nancy . ...... 91, 155 Marthinsen, Judy . . .......... 155 Martin, David .. . . .84, 87, 130, 185 Martin, Geneva . .......... 145 Martin, Jack . . . .... 90, 91, 155 Martin, Janet . . ........ 155 Martin, William . .... 130 Marvel, Fred . . ..... 110 Mason, Joan . . . . . .82, 145 Mason, John .... ..... 1 30 Masterson, James . . . . . . 155, 174' Masterson, William .......... , .155, 174 Mathias, James ................ 75, 155 Mathias, Mary .... 22, 51, 74, 83, 85, 86, 95, 141, 141 Matotte, David . . . . .78, 145 Mathews, Mike .... .... 1 30 Matthews, David . . . . .145 Matthews, Joan . . . . .155 Maxey, Johnnie .... . . .155 Mayfield, Ray ...... . 1 . . .145 Maynard, Katherine . . ........ 155 Mayo, Ernest ..... 1 . . .78, 88, 145 Mayo, Henry ...... ............. 1 55 Mazuchowski. Larry ........... ..... 1 55 Mazur, Sharleen . . . . . .11, 76, 88, 89, 130 McAnally, Michael ............. 100, 155 McBride, Eddie , .................. 155 McBride, Pat ...... 72, sr, s7, 91, 103, 141 McCluskay, Mike .................. 111 McCormick, James .... . ......... 145 McCormick, Sally . . ..... 145 McGee, Alan ..... . . .91, 145 McGowan, W'illiam . . .... 155 McGrath, Joseph . . . ..... . .155 Mc1ntire, Robert . . ...... 110, 166 Mclntyre, Diane . . . . .86, 130, 175 Mclntyre, Gloria . . , ....... .145 McKee, Fred ..,. .... 7 8, 82, 130 McKinnon, Doretta . . ...... 87, 151 McKinnon, Robert . . ........... 130 McMinn, Linda . . . . . .81, 86, 88, 130 McNeal, Irma ..... .......... 1 55 McWhorter, leffrey . . . . . 52, 104, 130 Mealer, June ..... ..... 7 9, 131 Meer Mike ..................... 145 Meer, Nancy , . .................. 131 Meiscr, Sue ..... 77, 81, 84, 86, 88, 93, 145 Melnylt, Pat . . . .............. 79, 155 Melnyk, Toni . . . . .79, 155 Menke, Carol . . .... 155 Meredith, Carol . . ...... 84, 155 Meredith, Pat .................... 145 Merriman, Nancy ......... 47, 78, 87. 155 Mertl, Duane ...... 17, 72, 75, 83, 98, 105, 131, 162 Messina, Carol . . ........... 73, 145 Mettlen, Lynn . . . .73, 77, 86, 92, 131 Metts, Beverly . ............. 145 Merts, Joan . . ........ . . .145 Mever, David .. ...... , . .155 Meyer, lack . . ...78, 82, 145 Meyer, Phillip . .......... 155 Meyer, Sundra . ..... 76, 85, 86, 145 Mevers, Ronald . . ............... 155 Mienery, Pam . . .... 76, 86, 93, 145, 192 Mikulski, Terry . . ........... 95, 145 Milcarek, Nancy .. , . . ...... . . .145 Milich, Gail ..... . ......... 155 Millard, Wayne . . ............. 91, 145 Miller, Art . .. ........ 76, 85, 87, 131 Miller, Barbara ...... 22, 73, 81, 83, 84, 85, ss, 91, 141 Miller, Carol . . . . .81, 84, 93, 145 Miller, Daniel . , .......... 155 Miller Darrell . ..... . . .155 Miller, David . . . . . ...... . . .155 Meller, Donna . ............... 155 Miller, Georgia .. .... 61. 77, 11, 131, 179 Miller, Kathie . . ........... 88, 155 Miller, Mariene . . . . . . .... . . . . .145 Miller, Pamela . . . . .84, 145 Miller, Shirley . . .... 146 Milne, Dennis . . . . .155 Milzarek, Roger . . . ........... .146 Minzey, Darlene . . . ............. .146 Mimiek, Judith ...72, al, 14, ss, ss, 93, 146, 154 Mitnick, Lee ...... ........ 8 5, 146 Mohamed, Joanne . . . . .78, 81, 93, 146 Mohamed, Sam . . . ...... 107, 155 Moisan, Patricia . . . ........ .146 Monchamp, Peggy . . . .155 Moore, Belvie .... . . 131 Moore, Jerry .... . .146 Moore, Teddy . . . . .146 Moore, Tim ...... .............. 1 46 Morgan, Charles . . . ............. .151 Moriarty, Philip . . , . . .72, 73, 98, 116, 131, 162, 200 Mork, Laura ...76, si, ss, 117, 131, 174, 179 Morlan Wanda ................... 146 Morrison, Rebecca ...... 74, 84, 86, 93, 146 Morse, Alan ..... . ........... 146 Morse, Doreen .... . . .87, 155 Morton, Georgia .... ..... 1 51 Mortorano, Maryann , . .... 155 Mosley, Doris ..... . .146 Mosley, Wallace . . , . .155 Moss, Linda ..... .............. 1 46 Mowinski, Larry . . .............. 155 Mross, Kathryn ..... 74, 83, 84, 85, 93, 146 Mueller, Walter . . . ............. .155 Muldoon, Terry . . . . . . . . . . .82, 155 Mullins, Fred . . . . ...... . .155 Murray, Allan . . . . . . 104, 149, 155 Murray, Lucinda . . ....... 146 Myer, Larry .... . .146 N Nadratowski, Roberta . . . . .79, 87, 155 Nall, Karleen ..... . . . .84, 87, 155 Nall, Larry ....... ....... 1 55 Nauyakas, Larry . . . ..... 92, 131 Nauyaltas, Lenny . . ....... 92, 151 Nelson, Jane ..... .... 7 7, 116, 131 Nessler, Jacqueline . . . .86, 93, 146 Neveroske, Pat .... ....... 1 31 Nevcrs, Kathleen . . . . . 88, 93, 146 Neveroslti, Sherry . . ....... 155 Nevorslti, Mary . . ...... 155 Nicholas, John . . . . . . .72, 155 Nicholas, Mike ................... 146 Nichols Dennis .......... 78, 80, 107, 155 Nichols, John ...17, 19, 64, 711, s2, 131, 190 Nichols, Norman .................. 155 Nickell, Dennis .......... 78, 91, 155, 178 Nicklas, David . . ...... 90, 91, 155 Niegos, Larry .. . ...... 146, 166 Niemann, Sue .... . . .86, 93, 146 Niemiec, Genevieve . ....... 155 Norberg, Vernon . . ....... 72, 82, 155 Norrick, Randy .. . ............. .155 Norris, Carol ..... . . .28, 77, 84, 86, 131 Northrop, Stewart . . . .32, 78, 80, 146, 166 Norvell Lester . . ..... 100, 106, 151 Novak, Pamela .... ....... 8 6, 131 Novak, Pat ....... ...... 7 2, 90, 155 Noveroske, Mariorie . . . . .68, 87, 155, 191 Noveroslte Paul . . . .......... 78, 146 Novreslte, James . . . ............. . 132 Novreske, Sylvia . . . .... 16, 82, 84, 81, 87, ss, 149, 155 Nowatzke, Janice .... l. . . . . . . .146 Nowatzke, Marjorie . . . .146 Nowfel, Patrice .... ...... 1 46 Nulf, Edward .... ....... 1 55 Nussman, Janice . . . . .79, 87, '155 O Oberlink, Ann . . .11, 33, 72, 76, 84, 86, 132 O'Connor, Jim ................ 102, 155 Odle, Gail ........ . . .68, 155 Ofcharchak, Mike . . ......... 146 Ogle, Sandra ..... .......... 1 32 Ohms, Margaret . , . . .88, 89, 92, 132 Olds, Jo Ann .. . ......... .155 Olsen, Pat .... ........... 1 55 011011, Jill .... .... s 7, 79, s7, 111 Olson, Johanna . . . . .17, 81, 83, 86, 89, 93, 146, 162 Olson, Karen . . ...... 78, 155 Olson, William . . ....... 155 O'Neil, Ray .... . . . .155 Orlowslti, David ........... . . .75, 132 Ormsby, Duane ................... 155 Ormsby Judith .... lil, 84, 86, 93, 146, 192 Osburn, Terry . . . ......... . .... . .132 Oshinski Jerry . . . ...... 87, 98, 103, 132 Oshinski, Paulette . . ........... 155 Ostrowski, David . . ........... 155 Ostwald, Barbara . . . . .78, 80, 90, 156 Oszuscik, Thomas . . . ....... 82, 156 Oszust, Barbara . . .... 156 Oszust, Jerry . . . .156 Oszust, Larry . . . . .156 Ott, Mary .,.. . .146 Otto, Diana .... Oursler, James , . . Oviatt, Carol . . . Oviatt, Florence . Oviatt, Milo . . . Owczarski, Judy 197 ....156 .....146 ...79, 132 .....146 156 ..146 P Pace, Benny . . . Pace, Lillian . . . Pagel, Donna . . . Pahl, Ruth ..... Paholski, Daniel . . Paholslti, Laura . . Pahs, Carol .... Pahs, Janet . . . Pahs, Steve ..... Palm, Andy ...... . Paniccia, Margaret . . . Parrett, Donna . . Parsley, Shirley . . Pavlaclt, Eugene . . Pavlack, Terry . . Pawlak, Susan . . Pawlick, Judith . . Pawlik, Garry . . Pawlik, Larry . . Pawlik, Ronald . . Pawlik, Thomas . . Paxton, Jennifer . . Payne, Doris .... Payne, Vernon ...... Pearce, Bill ........ Pearson Bonnie . .81, 8 Pearson. Diane ...... Peckat, Joey ..... Pedzinslti, Gayle . . Peebly, Marty . . . Peek. Kenneth . . Peek. Larry .... Pelath, Richard . . Pellar, Dennis .... Pennington, James . . Penziol, Antoninette . . Peo, Carl . . ..... . Pepple, Perez, Grissell Perring, Gary Perry, Beverly Doug Perry, Janet Petcher, Barbara . . . . Peters, Dale . . . . . . Peters, Donna . Peters, Jacquelyn . . . Peters, Pam . . . Peters, Robert . . Peterson, Alice . . . Peterson, Robert .. Peus, Sharon .... Pfaff, Patricia .,.... Pfefferle, Sandra ..... Phillips, Dile ..19, 38 Phillips, Dennis . . . . . Phillips, Robert . . Phipps, Phipps, George . Mary . . . . Piechnik, Connie . . Piechnik, Sandra . Piecuch, Peggy . . . Peiplow, Joan . . . Pieplow . Judith . . 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Plona, David . Plough, James Pollock, Steve Pontius, Judy . . . . Pontius, Lynda Poole, Judy . . Popard, Cheryl Popard, Wayne Porter, Stephen . . Porterfield, Norm . . . Potempa, Chris ine .. t Potempa, Deonne . . Povloclt, Powell, Power, Daniel . . Gayle . . Pat . . Prast, Karen . . . Preihs, Gregory . . Price, Albert . . . Price, Celestine . . Price, Fred .... Prirz, Linda . . . Procter, Darlene . . Procter, Larry . . . . Proud, Robert ..... . . .75, 83, 133 ... .... 156 ......156 156 146 11, 17, 27, 77, 11, 14, ss, 91, 14s s7, 116 ......156 . .....11s ....92,133 ........156 . . .41, 101, . . . . . . . .7s. . . .7s, 11o,s1, 146 146 133 ..........156 .....156 ......156 . . .89, 156 .......156 ......156, ...89,146, 174 174 ...-...,156 .. ...146 ...156 156 ...........156 . ....... .....146 Przybylinski, Danny . . Przybylinski, Sandy .... Pudlo, Susan Purta, Karen . . . . Putz, Greg . . . Pyle, Richard . . . 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Schroeder, Betty . . Schroeder, Chris . . Schroeder, Penny . . Schroll, Andrea . . . Schuh, Patsy . . . Schultz, Mary . . Schultz, Pat . . . Schultz, Robert .... Schumaker, Tim .... Schwartzenberg, Peggy Scott, Betty ...... Scott, Glen .. Scott, Ken .... Scott, Russell . . . Scroggin, Mike . Seavcrns, Terry . . . Seedorf, Patricia . . Secling, Connie . . . Segelstrom, Pam . Segnitz, Donna .. Seifert, Phillip . . Scllte, Carol . . . Selke, John . . . Senter, John . . . Seppyes, John . . . Shaffer..Donald . . Nancy . . Shaia, Shaw, Donald . . . Shaw, Pat .... Shaw, Sandra . . . Shawley, Eugene . . . Sheets, Larry . . . Sherriclt, Joan .. Sherrill, Carol .... Sherwood, Jackie . Shidler, Patricia . . . Shields, Joyce . . Shiels, William . . Shikany, Linda . Shipley, Barb . . Shires, Sandra . . Shock, Helen . . Short, Carol ..... Shroyer, Ronald . . . Shuster, Earl . . . Siddall, Don ..... Simerlein, Dianne Simerlein, Wayne Simmons, Eugene . Sims, Darlene .. Sims, Russell . . . 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Spear, Norman . . Spencer, Carolyn . . Spencer, Richard . . Spiers, Richard .. Sprague, Becky . . Sprague, Virginia . Sprunger, Karla . . . Squires, Robert . . . . Stachowski, Norman Stahoviak, William Stalbaum, Ronald . Stanley, Lee .... Stannard, Gail .. Stanton, Helen . . Stanton, Pat .... Bonnie . . . Cindy . . Judi . . . Leonard . . Roger . . Terry .... Stantz, Stantz, Stantz, Stantz, Stark, Stark, Staroba, Steder, Steele, Steele, Steele, Steen, Steepro, Thomas . . Steinhiser, George Barbara . . David . . Larry . . Mary . . . Wilfred . . 21, 74, 75, 78, 80, Thomas . . . ...'84,' 93, ...58, 87, ....76, ...73, 86, .... 76,10Z, . . .82, 86, . . .85, 86, .90, .. .86, 89, . .137, Steinhiser, Keith .................. Steinke, Danny .... 68, Stepanek, Greg ...... Stephenson, Greg .... Stevens, Marilyn . . . 71, s7, 100, 147, bif Stevenson, Kaye ................ 87, Stibbe, Pamela .... ll, 14, 23, 52, 72, 74, sz, ss, s6, 117, Stockwell, Fred .... ........ 2 5, 78, Stolze, Robert . . . Stone, Brenda . . Storey, Wayne .. Stout, Ed ...... Stradtner, Barry . . Stratton, Gail .. Striggow, Judy . . Stuart, RoAnne ..... 11, Stupeck, Mike .... Stupeck, Richard Sturgeon, Joan . . . Sturgeon, Ronald Sullivan, Jack .... Surber, Thomas . . Susnis, Ed .... .. .. .72, s7, 92,103, Sutherlin, Thomas . . Swain, Roger . . . Swanson, Christine Swanson, David . . . Swanson, Kaye . . . Swendsen, Sandra . . Sweney, Steve . . . Swinehart, Richard Switalski, Janet . . Switalski, Judy . . Switzer, Peggie . . Sydow, Jeanne . . . Sydow, Larry . . Syers, Clarence . . Synave, Richard , Szalaiko, Ella . . , Szalajko, Zbigniew Szecholda, Marilyn Szemes, Jerry .... Szemes, John . . . Szemes, Mike ..... Szymanski, Diana Szymkowski, Ray .. Tadlock udith , J ..... ....... Talbutt, Randy . . . Tatarski, Chester . . . Tatarksi, Victoria . . Taylor, Calvin . . . Taylor, Charlene . . Taylor, David . . . Teeters, Donna . . Tell, Patti .... Terry, Mary . . Thiede, Allen . . . Thode, Richard . . 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Valentine, John . . Valentine, Kathy . Vanderplough, John Vankusky, Donald . Van Note, Ester . . Vaughan, William . Vawter, Joy ..... Vernick, Leslie . . . Vernick, Vic . . . Vernier, Kathy . . . Vivian, Stephanie . Vogler, Jesse .... Volstorf, Russell . . Voss, Dianna .. Voss, Norman . . Wagner, Beverly . . Wagner, Carol . . . . Wagner, Janis . . . Wagner, Jeanette . Wagner, Linda . . Walden, Linda . . Walden, Tony . . Waldrep, Diana . . Walk, Gail . . . Wallace, Jerry . . . Wallerstein, Kent . Walls, Audrey . . . Walters, Donna . . . Walters, Richard . . Waltz, Jack .... Waltz, James . . Wanke, Alicia . . Wantland, Bill . . Warner, David . . Warner, Steve . . Warner, Lynn . . . . Washluske, Linda . . Washluske, Pamela Watson, John .... Watson, Linda . . . Wazni, Hassen . . . Weber, Sally . . . Webster, James . . Weed, Janice . . Weidner, Jeff .... Weihmiller, Barbara Weiss, Judith . Welch, Robert . . Wellnitz, James . Wenc, William . . Wenclaff, Pat . . . Werner, Peggy' . . 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