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

 - Class of 1964

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But in later years we will not remember the congestion and inconven- ience, rather, we will focus our attention on those typical but meaningful moments of our high school years: facing new schedules, new teachers, new challenges on the first day of school in fall, hearing the crackle of a LaPorte bonfire on a crisp football night, lingering in the halls to discuss a testg fighting for a corner of the rest room mirror, cheering, laughing, crying at bas- ketball tournamentsg struggling with a chemis- try experiment, paying library fines, working on Junior Concessions and then the Prom, cramming for finals, eagerly scanning the new ELSTON- IANSQ and Hnally, graduating. But we do not ever really leave, for our minds return often to focus on our year, 1964. Features. . . 4 Academics. . . . 46 Sports ...... . . 64 Organizations. . . . 84 People.. ..ll0 Business. . . .170 X' its a 3 3w?"?' 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I ' '27,-'Q' "H, X - ' Is A :ful 7 E' 'gp 945' . lf A4f"' Q 'M xfq1:fi,fff'I',5xi,f 34 x'v.,1,,g '.'1Qf:.Q-" fy' Defy? X 5 ,A Aix If gf 3' Ilia." '04 S fo 4 Qffy:.":?"'.' .2 x 1 5' 'H .Y w ." . gs.,-. , ' '- 1 N .-X. 0 AarQ,t,,1" K it ' '44 Av g : , if . '. ,,f,: A.,, , T- ,j. 1 R Y ggi 1, 2 :il :sh .f H 1 5 .x W . F' , 1 - ' V ' fi .' ml . , I- in 214 x . ,VL N 1 if gi , fi , ' ug- , few ' '? if S . I ' Q, -of x. -X Admiring Iliff program at the prom are Dennis Rfzoazly and Diane lfVaM1'1'j1. Qur year What will we remember when we look back on this year? Perhaps it will be that cold, windy night when Peg Seliwartzenberg was crowned homecoming queeng or the day the juniors received their Class ringsg or Christmas time, highlighted by the Thes- pian musical 'CM11 Seroogewg or the junior- senior prom. But no matter who or where we are, we will remember one thing above all else--the assassination of our President, John Fitzgerald Kennedy. Halen Slzoclf, Bryan Ton, Kim Fn'iw', Lima Arzzlnivoiz, Carl Bauer, and Krix Cook ap- plazul Ron Sfalbaunz as ln' .rings "Thr Fastest Polka in the Hforlrln from Mr. Scrooge. ' If: 9 5 K 9 5 A fill 2 t i t ' :eg Q 3 ' i 'Mi . .1 is its 5 r me , - 113 s J P f 1 W 3 Q.. . . sg 5 t v, X M Nj- Vsl - ' '73 ' t 'Q fl A i i 'fs s s vi , V ,- 'E f xi 3 . 5: 5 s h GI' Q li ' it P ' t 1 wg S , 2 ft r -i 'Y S X- ' li 1 2 Q ' 2 Q. f is 2 VZ , i a 2 E3 3: its i O.: 1-5 1 . s if w J 1. 5 ig, . , ,,,t i elif' 'tw ' ' is N .hifi t 3 NE s ,T -5' hav-, ri HOIIIl'f'0lI1lIIQ qzuwz Prg Sclzwarlgvnbvrg and lzvr mcort, Tha' farm lrll tlzf' story ax juniorx Linda Wlziif' and Larrg jolm C1lI'fl.Y,jlJl71 rlzw twain to root for tlza Rad Devils. Slvflr rz'cz'irf1' tlzrir class ringx. 17 'xx l 7 why? Why? by Bill Kelly The swift bullet has made its hole. God, have mercy on his soul. We'll miss him . . . yes, pray for him . . . aye But God in Heaven, Why? Why? He was our leader--young, rapt, Mortally wounded in his own bloocl he sat, Stolen from home, country. Our cry Is God in Heaven, Why? Why? Will man ne'er cease His search for peace By means of guns, making men die? But God in Heaven, Why? Wfhy? ovember 22, 1963 Most students, unaecnstomed to hearing the new intercom, glanced about in puzzlement when an urgent voice broke into Elston's class- rooms midday on that Friday in November. Within moments all sat transnxed, listening incredulously to the report of the shooting of President Kennedy in Dallas. Dismissal bell rang, but there was little movement until the announcer had finished. Then students moved slowly, quietly to their next classes. Many of those returning from lunch were told the news by friends and thought it a morbid joke. How- eyer, confirmation came. and then ofhcial word of the President's death. liverywhere reactions were seen: girls sobbed openlyg heads were bowed in prayerg the unpoetic found release in poetryg the Student Council met to consider appropriate measuresg the flag was lowered to half mast, A few things went on with near-normalcys-book reports were given, an ICLSTONIAN deadline was met, and that night a basket- ball game was played. But these diversions offered, at best, only tem- porary reliefg the knowledge and burden of the assassination of our President weighed heavily upon everyone. From incrcdulity and dismay, through fears and grief, to renewed purpose and strength-this was the intense pattern of the tragedy. 9 V 1 it ,7 ff I N , ,rfb ,VL ,ili el' Lf gf f' f fi' flvi 7 ' fi! t, V JJ Y, Ls." n J I X .f .t t f it V W' f . - 1 ' , , I IV ' 1 1 , ,- , , , f ' 1 ' . K A , l . i m , If ti, lf l ji i , ll LL! ffl!! ll 4 Q! ,b-flat ,Ui K lelfl Op'-J J L Ll J Q X JW ii pl !L ijp ! l li my i NJ fig i y it ,stiff it if I Vox' 1 tb, Q f y V llfr fgiify-KMA te abt if it Lf' rlvllf' Izro lzlnrlfx to flu' Cl11'i.vIia11 Clzunrlz ln'cz11111' a daily :f'nllfi1I fllllfimlxofzf'z'r1fl11'r. Q -',...-z- ' M-I-1' -,,,,4s-Pr' A -' Tlw rzulz to clam zvax a 60711711071 .viglll in 1fl.YlOI1'.Y lmllx Daily routines weave Schoolday pattern 'llinu' is of vssvncc in lllston's busy halls. Wo hurry continually-sto school, to class, in, out, up, clown. Crowds of students swarm through tht' halls and onto thc stvps. l.ock0rs arc nvvvr ncat-inhabitatcd by two with harclly room for onc. With too many books ancl not enough hours, wc svarch for timc for homcwork ancl clubs, tcsts and vxpcrimcnts. Now wc find our- sclycs out in thc wcathcr as strccts turn into halls -our stucly hall in thc First Christian Church. "1ll1'4'I nn' at 111yIo1'lu'r'." Allan Illurray, john l'76171I1l'TfJl0Ug11, Bob Brafkorie. Randy Robinson, and fzuly Rom react to the news that a murder lzax been ronznzittvd. England-scene of Junior and Senior plays Randy Robinson trivx io convince-fudy Row that 111' is 1101 the lIlLll'Ij4'?'t'I', A tourist lodge outside London was the setting for c'Tlic Mouse Trapf' this ycar's Junior play. Mystery and suspense surrounded the players as a disguised policeman became a boarder, and a disguised murderer became a policeman. Holding leading parts were Kris Cook, Al Murray, Bob Bratkovic, Dick Swineliart, Randy Robinson, Judy Rose, Ellen Smith, John Vanderplougli, and Jan Wlccd. Another trip to liiiglzuicl found the seniors at the country estate of the Beimets, the scene of 'SPricle zuicl Pl't'jllCllCl'.u Mrs. Bennet clevotecl all of her time to Iimling luisbuucls for her hve claugliters msto the ztmusemeiit of her husbzmcl. Although often einlagirrzissecl by their IHOIllCI'.S lack of tact and polish, three of the claughters were success- fully mzitehecl. The cast included Fred Stockwell, Ruth Pgthl, Kitty Mross, Toclcl Lovelzuicl, Pam Browii, Merlyu Bartlett, Linda Howarcl, Carl Bauer, llO.AI1llt' Stuart, Sandy Bolku, Beryle Burg- wulcl, Peg Seliwartxeiiberg, Sue Cross, Georgcne Couch, Bonnie Peursoii, :incl Aleta Lemmon. lllllfj' KSKIIIIIQ' Bollml I't'IlIf.Y om' of lim' ul'.X'I'f1ICf.VU lo hw' .tix- trr fRt7IllIl1t'Sfll0I'fQ GlIl1Fl1flIl'7' fFr'1'11 Stockwvllj. 'P s,' 'Fl 3. sw. , is S1'1IiOT.f 111111311 1311111111 fm! 13111111 Ruff: Pall! KittyA1Ir0xi, and Pam Bm L11 1 fum or Ill 11113 I X. .4 .f 4 Q ' y .R Q 1 f N N 5 M ss i fi ' W ,Rf X ?i"'!'-f if J? Qffffif if "jQ.r9M ' f .. - A 1 K QQ Ygxiv. Y iffy vii? yi' ,lm S , Qs S A KA I la 3 I LW Si gf, ' J ' X 1 f 1 A Lk 1 -"N, . 1 I I y if it . . u ww A , .. D1 A ,-. . . 4, 4 'W ...- " H 1fi.,?f3XA 4. - 3 1 w 6' E A. mx X fQ'fl5:: 33 fi: XL X N 'K .H .z , 'K 3 Q sg-fl ,,., ,NINE dimes-mm: r -WM. awww WG? 5 3 !-QQ? Y 4. K 4 Q ,,.,, X 5 ,. x P ff "1 E .Ax i Winthrop showx his can of worms to Alarion. Profvsxor Hill l1'r1n'.v the quartet- Tom Cowan, Dmzrzix Nickvll, Chuck Wait, and Ron Stalbaurn- in singing f'Lin'a Row." "'B11t ya gotta know the territory!" cry the trazwling .valrsmrn played by Ml'?'lj'7I Bartlrtt, Earl Hurst, john fours, and Rick Boyvr. ,1 ccThe Music Man" comes to Michigan City A marching band, laughing children, a charm- ing con-man, and the transformation of an aloof librarian were the elements of "The Music Man." Performers, stage crew, and committees labored for weeks to bring River City, Iowa, to the Junior High stage. They were rewarded by enthusiastic applause at four performances of the Meredith Willson musical. Professor Harold Hill was played by Carl Bauer, Marion Paroo, Helen Shock, Mrs. Paroo, Linda Howard, Mayor Shinn, Al Schroeder, Mrs. Shinn, Ellen Smith, Marcellus, David Ross, and Win- throp Paroo, Jeff Samelson. Cx x 3.- Z., 41" 1 , i Linda Hozvard jlracticrxv applying nzakr'-up to Suzi Cross. Actors gain experience in Thespians The Thespian Society is a national organiza- tion of high school draniatists. 'Iheatrically in- clined students take part in school productions and work backstage to gain the necessary ten points for admission. After becoming a Thespi- an, a member attends make-up workshops, sees plays in Chicago, and learns more about the theater. The main event of his year is the Thes- pian Christmas play which is presented annually to the entire school. Mr.i'. Pohl, flu' 7i1ll'.ffIiII7I xjfmzmr, iriiliatrx Carl Baurr, Kim Fnfirr, Suv Cr0.s'.t, llrlwz Slmfrk, and Drnnix Flanigan into the organization. iq? GO, FIGHT, WIN! Aliss Calvert, Mrs. Durand, Miss Taylor, Mrs. Pohl, Miss Dahl- bvrg, and Mrs. Mzmgrr dvmonstratv their school spirit. Corn? No, Hams and Lambs Is there a little of the ham in everyone? The stu- dents and teachers of Elston High again an- swered a resounding "yes" at the annual Hams and Lambs Talent Show, sponsored by the Na- tional Honor Society. Mr. Lootens, acting as emcee, injected witty comments and imperso- nations throughout the program, which fea- tured an all teacher cheerleading squad and a monologue by the Dick Gregory of Michigan City, Vernon Payne. "Lift Mr' Entertain You," says fran A 1 ' r' Bam! 1m'1rzln'1'.v L'0lZI'1'7If7'Ul'1' on tin' football gamff Iirtzrfzwz. izunzbcrs. Music Department combines learning with entertaining ilflrzdrigalx l11zz'r'r1l11.it minutr' 7't'1It'IZ7'XllIIJl'f07't'flI17'0gl'!l77l. 18 The vocal department, led by Mr. Louis Timber- lake, was made up of five choruses and a perform- ing group, Madrigals. The choruses learned the basics of choral singing and gained poise for con- certs. Every spring the combined choruses of four schools come together under a guest con- ductor and present a concert. Michigan City was the host last year, and LaPorte was this year. Under the direction of lNIr. Thomas Hendricks, the band, without sufhcient uniforms, led the cheers at the football games. There were two per- forming groups-one, the pep band, added life and spirit to our pep sessions and basketball games, the other, the dance band, provided music at the school dances. Together these two departments worked on the combined assemblies given in both spring and fall, the school musical, 'cThe Music Manfland a program for the opening of Michigan Boulevard. Pat Gonzlrk and Beverly Bartz-I,v wrrizv' tliwir .talmlnrs 1 0. Scholarship pins recognize achievement Although the benehts of scholastic effort usually cannot be measured, knowledge and satisfaction reward the good student. This year for the first time at lilston more tangible proof of achieve- ment was offered. Scholarship pins were awarded to students who had maintained high grade averages-bronze pins for two consecutive semes- ters of honor workg silver pins for four consecu- tive semesters. Mr. Lonzo supervised the program with eighty students receiving pins. Seniors received gold pins for six semesters at graduation. W A Q Q2 wg! ll W fill! . i S ei 22, 17 ff -af ffl x will v ' mn 'hi' A-4 ,g X-.lx W, .Jlu .uwflsy v 3 .Q iw' H 1,3 if' wiv ' PX? ' me--X 's fi :QF :"K'fd figliv. 2 'J :- N F- 'Q ' ,G 'id ' if-If . ., ' . -A . Q -' : 2: -. .Cu-,I I. , .-- " ' -' '1' ii. , ' -T 4 if Tl- ii . :ff ii if J' X :ff 4 f ' .:g1' tr.-' 'Z fr. ' ' AX' f' 4 X ' ' - l...l ml" i Service clubs exist for a purpose Earl Shuster Carol Baker Sharon Pfrus, Sandy joycr, Rita Tiabrrt, Karvn Olxon, janet Pahs. Elston's service clubs are so necessary, yet so often taken for granted. Pencils, pro- tractors, or paper-the Student Store sup- plies faculty and student needs daily. Oflice messengers help with filing, delivering call- out slips, running errands, answering phone calls. Each hour a new crew assists the oHice secretaries and counselors. At lunch hours and after school, hungry students crowd around the cart or the pit clamoring for candy and potato chips while Canteen members rush to meet their demands. Dahlites are more than an accessory to the library, they are a vital part of its efhcient operation. Shelving books, issuing them to students, and taking attendance are a few Dahlite duties. Hall Patrol members main- tain order in the halls before and after school and during lunch hours. When classes are in session, Hall Monitors make sure that no one is noisy in the halls or there without a hall pass. On the inside these clubs provide fun, freedom, satisfaction, and special privileges. On the outside they provide services, con- veniences, and discipline. Sur Dieckilnzan Peg 1llonclzanzj1,jim Oursler , .N I -nm.. A , ,, ,W i W , t .2--'64-Q Frrmrfv Savonrza, Larry Steele, Pat Novak, Sandy foycn, Vzckz I'Vi1'm'c'lf,Jllil.'f'Sn1it1z. Russell Sims Clubs broaden interests The foundation of clubs at lilston is inter- est. Four language clubs offer the oppor- tunity to learn more about the customs and traditions behind the mechanics of language study. Presenting programs and celebrating holidays as people do in foreign countries ties the student closer to the lan- guage. Math Club also continues an inter- est born in the classroom. Following an initiation in the fall, members attend monthly meetings. They hear programs on number theory and the role of mathematics in todayas world. The atmosphere of the darkroom soon becomes familiar to Camera Club members. Practice in developing, printing, and enlarging the pictures they have taken increases their skill. Kim Fwirr, Kim Block, Sandy Shircs. Andy Palm, Alixs G7'llI2I'T, Dick Swinrlzart Y' .1 , .. ,' ,, ' ,. .. 'NN P A W Q0 MT, YA u. I1 V' , J! Lf' I. '44, i 7 . ss -Q , yn 5' ' f J ' .. Ah Ds x ' i ,,. "x'.g .NVQ h 'fo L' ' s' 4' A s. .QM - ' ' w ' 5' s 'Q ' 5 C 5 , . 5 0 5 If ' -. 5 QQ i g .J ' 1 :K ' Us X s' ' M' - rg . f, ' Q s U. Q Q QQ 0 N g ' on .' 5 y. U ,,n gg,-'.. ,L - s Q gs 5 5 . "X '5!':' 'L ' "L ' x h ,U -1 - ." ucv! vii-- 'S fir? 4 I ,s 9 f Mir 5 F --.Q B-2221, ak Aim. Sjaarkx and Rita B0t'lIIIll'i7I look over tlm animals nmflf' by Fn.vl1iom'l1'v.r. Students contribute money and effort to charities Ringing doorbells, making toys, donating time, money, and old clothes-these were the ways El- ston students worked for charity. The National Honor Society sponsored the clothing drive. For two weeks homerooms accumulated old clothes which were sent to depressed areas of the United States. Honor Society was also in charge of raising money for Channel 11, Chicago's educational tele- vision station. Fashionettes utilized their sewing talents by making dolls to send to the Michigan City Therapy Center. The Elston Squeeze was the school's all-out effort for charity. Students dug deep and contributed over one thousand dollars to be divided among seven charities. Homeroom competition was generated by a trophy awarded to the sponsor group giving the most money. Working on tlzv !'l0Hli7Ig zlrizw' are jafltif' I'wtf'r.r, Pam Iifoztvz., Carl Bmzvr, fzuly illilrzirk, Barb linu- koj, F7Af.'llSf06lt'lL'1'll, m11lSf1111lyBollta. Anzly Palm mzuztx flu' monry tzzrrzwrl in for C'l1nnm'l ll by fufly lllitnick, Sylvia liv0Z.'7'l'.Ylfl',, and Kirk Rogrrzt, ?'T1"Q". x T' ., it L.. 7 Helezz Slmrlf fiwfornzx I1 jmnlomim' from BYE BYE UIRDIE. Michigan City girls try for Junior Miss title llrlrn Slmrl. and Pam limrwz nfrrjzt llirir .lfiivl,'m1gf'l1i11fily111t'1Ir1l,t. fmma Srlzlirlf ex'l1ibit.t fmixw lllllf gram' rluririg flu t'Z'l'l1i7IQ gown romjzetitiml. Competing for scliolarsliips, gifts, and tlie chance to go on to the state contest were eleven girls from lllston and five from St. lNlIai'y's who entered the second annual jr. Miss Pageant, sponsored by the Michigan City Jaycees. The competition was based on poise, talent, and personality. Jeanne Periolet of St. Marys won the Jr. Bliss title, and two lllston girls, Peggy Scliwartzenberg and Cris Sadenwater, placed in the finals. Pam Brown and Helen Shock tied for the Miss Congeniality award, presented by the Jaysliees. -t ,J V Y f s fs - N1 l 6 kkc- if V K M lei Dan Stvinkv and judy Ornzsby work with school children ax part of the cadet teaching program Cadet Teaching and TSLI provide training and experiences Cadet teachers spend two or three hours a day for one semester in community schools, gaining experience in the various fields of teaching. By taking an active part in the daily school routine and assisting veteran teachers, the boys and girls of the cadet teaching program often decide whether teaching will be their chosen Held. Elston's Trade and Industry Program has re- ceived the ready support of community busi- ness men. T Sz I participants coordinate class- room study with fully paid working hours. This practical experience often leads T SL I students into successful vocations after graduation. f" X PV' K T ltllia Qf'4'fr Ron Sturgeon cuts meat, working on the school sponsored Trade and Industry program. x, Q ,ee t 7 ROA7l71I' Stuart rrnds a story at Clvvzvlarzd Playground wlwn' she was a counselor. Students and teachers work for fun and profit john Curtix and jim Farlzry tvach xwirnnzing ax part of Ilzrir lift' guard dutiznv. Mr. Abraham operates the marry-go-round Frcvclom, fun, and work wvrc' intcrwovcu in thc sum- mer vacation for Elstolfs stuclcnts and f21CLllIy'. They passed tlwir othcrwisc lazy summcr days profitably by taking jobs in thc communi- ty. For many. thvsc jobs wcrv 21 source of fun as wcll as in- come. 'l'm!rILU:wiar1r1'lm'j1.vza'a1vl1 at H11 bf 11111 Alf. Halpin rf'la.u'x at ilu' lun mlm NI ' , ..: X - 'A , , . , , , 1. , The Seniors had a hootcnanny on the beach . . . Beach parties, trips, and seminars are part of summer . .. 11111150 dia' tlzr jzuziorx. ' an lik N Bark from rollegi' r'ar11p11.vi'.t are Liiizlrz Hozenrd, Bar- bara l31IlIkOff,!1!1Il' Kim Fri'ii'1'. Foreign countries and college campuses beckoned to lilston students last summer. Kirk Rogers spent nine weeks in Demnark as an American Field Service exchange student. Mcrlyn Bartlett lived with a family in Mexico, and later Arturo Cer- vantes, with whom he stayed, visited him in Mich- igan City. lNflary Nlathias went to Girls' State, and Ken Krueger, Carl Bauer, and Jeff VVeidner were Boys' State representatives. They spent one week at Indiana University learning and practicing state government. Scholarships were won by Lin- da Howard for study in dramatics at Northwest- ern University, Barbara Bankoff for a course in Economies at Coucher College, and Kim Freier for a physical therapy training course at Purdue University. Members of the CRIMSON COMET and BLSTONIAN staffs received training in two week journalism institutes at Indiana University. Knowledge and experience were gained along with many new and interesting friends. fudy illifiiiflf, Tom Robixon, Kim Frriii mul Alam AIIIIII iaxplaii !l1i'IfL.S'TO.'X'IA.V at Inziimin 1711111 rim 1 ww :AN :Q 4'-5 S-:bf 'rf-. 35. Q:- 25' rf .Xl zz F21 E-. P-'fi SQ, 311. L: 54 i Ck P-1 33 1: L R . si. w"".ul' SYM Peg is our queen Homecoming day was filled with excitement and nervous anticipation for the twenty-nine queen candidates. The five finalists, all blondes, had already been chosen, car decorations were in various stages of completion. As parade time drew near, the finishing touches were put on cars and candidates alike. The bare-shouldered girls shivered in biting winds as the procession wound slowly down Franklin Street from the Courthouse to Ames Field. During the First half of the game, candidates and their escorts warmed-up beneath the standsg a few of them, staunch fans, watched the action on the held. At last the half-time ceremonies began. Facial expressions revealed the story of the live finalists as last yearis queen, Theresa Gryvna, announced the name of the 1963 Homecoming Queen- Peggy Schwartzenberg. K. 'Plfill it 1'z'f'V get lftlllllyi f1.tk.t Rozlzzzn' Stuart, ,Malh Club IYZIIIITIIIIIV. IIOMICCIOMINC CANDIDATES--HFRONT ROW: K. Freier, C. Sadenwater, P. Schwart- zenberg, N. Hill, K. Block: SECOND ROW: J. Sehliek, M. Mathias, S. Mciscr, K. Schaffer, S. llenrieh, H. Slxork, Smith, P. Condek, Peters, C, YVrigl1t, R Stuartg THIRD ROVV: S. Shires, M. Payne, B. Bankoff, K. Mross, S. Joyce, J. Jacques, M. Kozin, P. Brown, L. Pon- tius, M. Noveroske, D. Gibbs, V. Chem, Pontius. IX, ' .! in Tin' fG7ll1H.Yf.YfPt'-Q Sfl1z1'r11'r:1'11- bvrg, Cris' S1IIll'7IIf'I1f1'I', .xyflllfy Hill, Kim Frfiwr, 111111 Kim Iilorlf -f-IIlC'Hif flzw IllI7IUIlIIt'1'IlIl'IIf of flu' ZUZIIYIIT. .UL fomxx' jmtw'11lx ruff www In Pwg SflliiYITf1l'7IlJl'l'Q, fflf' nrzz' Honzrmrzzirzv Qzuwz. 6 Sophomore boy.: pvrform the hula at the Sophomon' party. ' M X ad w Lx-ff fx' Enjoying tlzw 7710011 of Hawaii ara 10,171 fomxv, Toni ClIl'fOl0, Bob Alclhidv, Sandy Park:-r, Tim Bartlftt, Dan 13i,vlr1', Nancy Fixclwr, and Mikc' Henry. Sophomores sw into year with cCHawaiian Lua Lost contacts and spirited pep sessions enliven sports scene 'fWl1rr1,, oh zc'l11'rf' is Kmz Krzu'g1'r's c011tact?,' askx Ralph Ilfrzglzt ax an wzzwgvizcy mm' out is rfallwd In .warfrlz for tlnr nzzssuzg Inns. Elliv Brrgrrxon 7l10T1TlIl'.Y out to nzcrt tha' group of j1.vru11'0 football playrrs at the LaPortv game pep svssion. 35 A U N 'N is C , iff F .T Alf. Urgang 111111 rllr. Fiscllvr time Coarlz Adams at a cross c01mtryn1r'1't. Sandy Sllirrx, Sur' LaRocc0, Suv Blrumwzfvld, Carl Bauer, and Bob Akin.: clown around on the playground at Wash- ington Park. Every day has its moments The lighter side of high school life this year included: Santa Claus Jones greeting each teacher with a Christmas candy bar and an enthusiastic "Ho! Ho! Holwg a group of lilston 4'kiddies" initiating new park playground equipmentg Coach Adams sprinting in with a typical grin and quali- fying for a laugh at a cross country meet. What day was without such moments? 36 Lf ,Lk greets M rs. 6 ' Q 5 . f v ff, : 5,1 . .a 'a 4 , Sfl'Z'l'AfIl1j07'f!lk1'.YOUl'TfT0772 Hobartfv john McKuhcn. ,-""""'.', Olympic Torch passes through City Four City boys had the honor of being part of the Olympic Torch Relay which went from Los Angeles to Detroit. Steve Major, Gene White, Chuck Grinston, and Dave Marron carried the torch from the western city limits to the state police post cast of New Buffalo. Sandy foycf, fllirllwllf' Arlnmv, framzr' Dalr, illrs. Harold Hamann, and Airs. Nor- burtHz11macl1m' map out tllr Hear! Fund D2'iz'w. The YMCA was 21 center of teen activity-Hi-Y and Tri-Hi-Y groups, code of conduct meetings, athletic programs, and dances. The Hi-Y and Tri-Hi-Y's brought students together and directed their energy in such useful endeavors as the Heart Fund Drive, The Y was a gathering place after games and during the day, providing a place for our swim team to practice and compete. jurly Scholl, Sandra Szc'1'11d.vr11, Illrx. William Glarlr, Illrs. john Daly, Mrs. Glen Cook, mm' judy Pawlick di.vcu.v.v going steady. YMCA offers many activities '..J Crix Sadcnwatvr and Dan Stwinkc work in the pit. Bob Gfzbrznzrzx, Bill Snnzjexmz, mul john K'!lIIZ'IIHlIlx'l1 fm! up tllz' jzarzzcflulzxv zvlziffz fornz4'1l flu' I'l'ZAUlI.Lf. , f-11' 'A 5 X :f-A 1lfa1'1fy11 .S':1'l11'Imln and fam' RH.li7Illl.li.Vl',l .vjlrrzy .vilrer fllllllf Ie mfr!ff11'fir11.vf1i11.g11111111 f1wff11'j1r0grn111.v. P111'n1'l111t1'.v fm' flu' BIC thing ax john Kmzifalizzka and Dan F1'a11lf.v.ftr11ggI1' to.i'01'Z' tfzem. N g , .-EQRQ, ' r ,,.e,. Y I Granada parachutes to Elston Miles and miles of rose eov- eretl vines-wire ancl Clothes pins--rolls ol paper and gallons of paint-aahours of worry ancl work all went in- to the Junior Prom. Inclelihle impressions linger for those who laborecl. Some remember green lingers and sore hancls from twisting crepe paper into vines ancl roses, or aching knees from painting rocks on pink pa- per, or acrophobia from at- taching parachutes with clothes pins, or the teclious job of gathering olcl pop hot- tles for centerpieces. Homely elements, ordinary stull. but planning ancl ingenuity transformed them into the perfect setting for an evening party in Cranacla-Soiree clans Granatla. ,t l ii? til i 1 fi 1 1 1 E 5 I. V1 O S111' 1ll1'1.r1'1' 111111 D1111' 1f1'11'1r.v1J11, T111111 1,oz'1'1111111 H1111 fran A1111 1111'q111'.i' 1111 g1'1'1'l1'11 1131 11Il' .v11j11111111111t1' .Yl'1'Z'1'7'.Y. The Prom D1'1'11111y 11111.i'11' 111111 mf! 11g11f.v 111'1'11111j1111111'11 Gregg Sf1'p111'11- .i-1111 111111 11111110 I,111'1f11'111111, 130711131 131'T1x'1'.Y 111111 L111'1'y B1'11z'1'1', 111111 D7'1'Zi' H1111 111111 ffl1Z1 H1111 11.r t111'y !1Cl7IlT1lI1. X T I' 5 7l1lf'l'l' 1.1 11l'I1117I'Q 1.71 II g11r111'11 lfV111'1z one longs for p1'1111' 111111 1111111011. Ona' 1171151 11111 gflfc' N11 111'1'111'0 w1111', For C011 15 7.71 11111 g'fl7'f1l'71. Perhaps unnoticed in the ex- citement of Prom night, these words, engraved on the wooden gate, graced the en- trance. Gaily dressed seniors and senoritas tlisti'ihntt'tl fan-Shaped programs. Soft blue lighting east a romantic aura on the fountain, a wish- ing pond and gathering place for the Couples. The traditional crepe paper Ceil- ing gave way to a billowing Canopy of parachutesg the simple decor of tall arches and delicate roses Completed the elegant atlnosplierc' of a Spanish garden. Q. ' , mf iv' S A ef , 5 Q X I x si xi x X " 4' s 4. A. , N , F --.., WN- uf A ,M ,f HW' 'Wg I I xx i ' f A X' A J' Xvtff- if N , H n Q ,,4"' gm.. S 1 'Uri' WW if i W mg J, ' " ' Semors year focuses on Graduation Peg Benford 607lCL'7Zt7'flfI'.Y on l1'arni11g how There were hours for studying, and we filled them-searching, concen- trating, learning. There were foot- ball games, glaring field lights. NVC were anxious spectators and intense participants. There were moments of anxiety-the nervous excitement of the prom. Then one day-gradua- tion day-we looked both ways. We remembered the past-we antici- pated the future. to ojzrratz' an adding nzrzrlzirzr- -MRmz Km'- win and Nate Gipxmz eagerly await their turn-Szu' Ifbwst zvaili' in 7Ic'II'UIl.Y mzticijia- lion for liar prom date. 44 C1 Fo I Q f 4 Q . 3 i' - 5 5 'Q it 7" if 7 4 x V cl I X - X . f ,. .M , 2,5 1 . ,J A. , , 1 Lf, - . V mag,-,'f' . ' -diy-, k ,ffl Q .. in 6 . ,fin x N1 . L . 1 K .-Ext ,3-, Vw. - wx,15--KK ..,k,,Q lf? ' . li-e fi k gy 743.5 , 1 . P - rg ,eww H X-faq V ew- : 0 ii 'QU' '- ,ff K Q . ig ga' 1 ' ' f .Ffa K s +1 .fa was L is XA' Q if gill. ' l ki X Q 1 a .gf :f- . K agp, - x M, . , - . .X .tg ,Q xii X 3 Q 'Q 0 '11 9- .. K 'M ,. 1 X fu 1 if l :Q 39 ,Q ,K WE 3 l V Students complain about homework, teachers, classroom routine, and final examsg but most of them real- ize that their success in high school is measured largely by academic achievement, and they accept class- room responsibilities seriously. The interested student can learn and grow and mature in Elstonls classes where the focus is on Academics , 0 v, M. Concentrating on his first chemistry experiment, Eugene Shawley prepares 21 hydrogen generator. 48 A The physics class and Mr. Rohi- H fi, Q' I . . X son look on- in annisement as iy','.'.ln'mff, . ' l'f",' I Kent Lange and Bill Crook send -'.-"'- ' 0 ' 0 5 . A . 1 A A waves down a slinky. New concepts alter teaching of math and science With the emphasis on "how" and "why" Elston science students spent a large part of their class time in the laboratories. Physics classes, not limited to the lab, invaded Gill Field to test the range finders students had assembled. Chemistry classes used the new Bradbury text- book. The chemical bond approach as developed by Lawrence Strong was presented. As a part of the Indiana Academy of Science Visiting Scien- tists Program, Mr. Strong presented a program on "XfVhy Do Substances React?,' and a liquid oxygen demonstration to chemistry students in February. The Mathematics Department has taken part in an experiment testing the merit of new types of math. The Ball State Teacher's Plan has been used for three years in geometry and for one year in advanced algebra. This year Algebra IH and IV both were offered to juniors. Trigonometry will be offered in the senior year as a part of the acceleratedcourseofthe future. Mr. Presser works out a geometry problem on the overhead projector. Seniors Phoebe Davis and Rod laihexnik take advantage of the evening opening ol' the school library. N111 Lootens quizzes world history stu dents Tam Rav and Sue l'IurleV on ll1l'lI knowledge ol' classical art. Economics added to social studies curriculum For the first time in many years a course in eco- nomics was offered to senior students. The class studied production, consumption, the monetary system and the stock market. A term paper re- lated to economics was an important requirement of the course. Advanced social studies students also were required to write term papers. In acl- dition, they did research on and discussed heredity, environment, culture, labor relations, and com- munism. American problems-also taken by sen- iorsmused a textbook to study such current na- tional problems as education, marriage, and crime. The November municipal elections afforded gov- ernment students an excellent opportunity to par- ticipate in a political campaign and learn Hrst- hand about city government. The structure and problems of Indiana State Government and the Federal Government were compared in govern- ment classes. IVorld history classes followed the development of cultures from ancient to modern times. Stu- dents also became familiar with the art, architec- ture, and music of the various historical periods. In U. S. history juniors learned of their American heritage by tracing the political and social ad- vancement of the nation. 1 M, H ,, --rn r'gs"""'g f.-"J""' www w.. f -Q ,ix ,Q-. 11 'ins k J- frzg. X ., 1. .4-. isbn. s fp Q4-ff Lincla YYilsou, Mr. Katz, and Sandy Swcudscn in- , spvct llwir rcplicns of historic newspapers. T775 ,,,, "A ' G! 5 ii" - ' 51 x Q 'l.G"?? -ff' 1 ' ' I . 'MN ' Q' xxvffv' " . , , g Q -... '.- .. V .- I , ,l - .1 1 RiCll Cfollison vxplzlinx ilu' lmuclgvt dollar to I'Ia1'1'ictlv K1-nm-lm-w and Dah' Erickson in vc'oI1o111iCs. "Double. double toil and trouble," chant Bill Diana, Janna Sehliek, and Fred Stockwell as they portray the witches in Alarbrtlz. Top: Using Mary Schultz as a patient, John Konvalinka admin- isters oxygen for his public speak- ing Cleinonstration. Bottom: Jour- nalist II student Sandy Sehock interrupts her typing to confer with John Galles about an acl layout. Students learn to communicate effectively Journalism students scrutinized the complexities of the newspaper world. In the Hrst semester text- books were used to study the problems of news- papers. The class also served as reporters for the CRIMSON CORIIZT. digging up classroom and club news from teachers. To Journalism II stu- dents fell the responsibility of publishing the COMET. Public speaking classes helped students overcome their dread of speaking in front of groups. Stu- dents were able to conquer stage fright by learning its causes and ways of making the audience re- spond. 'l'hey profited from their mistakes through C the criticism of classmates. In addition to learn- ing how to organize and deliver formal speeches, students had practice in classroom and panel dis- cussions. English classes studied great works of llnglish literature: sophomores read Alulizzs C'Il!'.WlT,' .lLlll- iors, Hamlet and Tale of Two Civ!-fI.l'5,' and seniors, Illaebetli. Preparing for college. seniors taking ling- lish VIII wrote term papers in the first half of the semester, The papers were written in conjunction with ecomonies and advanced social studies and were graded by both classroom teachers. Language labs enhance Tom NVilson .. 1 , .. ltd Liaig, look on. explains a Latin projeet as elassinates Toni Greening, and Chris Krueger Nt language arts program Mussed hairdos and earphones heralded the arrival of a new foreign language teaching technique-the use of language labs. Pioneer- ing the use of advanced teaching methods in Iilston, Spanish, French, and German students donned the curious headsets. The labs allowed them to hear themselves and to improve their accents as they spoke into the microphones. Teachers were able to listen to each student in- dividually as the class practiced in unison. The labs were used in the Modern Language Department in conjunction with the new teach- ing methods. French classes watched films and memorized the dialogue. German and Spanish classes listened to tapes and memorized sen- tences and their English meanings in the hrst year. Second and third year classes in all three languages studied grammar and worked to im- prove their conversational and reading abilities. By translating the legends of ancient Rome and Caesars commentaries on the Gallic W'ars, Latin students gained a knowledge of the eul- ture and life of the Romans. The concentration on grammar and construction in hrst year classes gave students a better understanding of the English language. Robyn Peters and Larry l.ee aet out a skit in French. v . 5 H in . i ,af 'f B411 O'Ncill givvs his Gvmmn Class instructions as Listvlling to Gkxlxlllilll tupvs, Carol Hoppm' p1't-pmt-s tlu-y stztrt work with thc' lambs. to rt-peat what stu' has he-xtrcl. 'KY' Mwst L'lll1Slll1l maps oi' South .'xI!ll'I'ttLl and Spain urn- clisplztym-cl Ivy Slum- ish stuclvnts qlzmis 'I'lll'lll'l' :tml KHtl1X'XvZllL'I1liI1i'. Sara Fenton concentrat machines. Students train for future professions A new course in electronics opened the Vocational Department to academic students. It gave the potential engineering student experience in tech- nical drafting and general engineering. In wood shop boys learned how to use hand and power tools, plan projects, and rennish surfaces. Machine shop taught safe and efficient handling of simple and power machines. Power machine shop, more commonly known as auto shop, instructed boys in the working and maintenance of motors. Mechani- cal drawing, blue-printing, and welding were also offered. Girls in the clerical course prepared to be olhce clerks and receptionists. The stenographic course trained girls to be secretaries. They acquired skills in typing, shorthand, and bookkeeping. In oflice machines students learned to use Dictaphones, eomptometers, calculators, and electric typewriters. lixperience was gained on the duplicator and mimeograph by running off material for teachers. Advanced students received first hand training through office and secretarial practice class and the work-experience program. Unusual pmctict techniques help typing students gain confidence. Ronnie Cliff, Pat Howland, and Ron Pahl examine a motor in auto shop. 9-f ..-ss-A I 'X H2 X -fb T525 1 of ., fx 24515: Si - E K 'E r ' XE V .Q 1 Q iz' . 1 4. E Home arts students practice domestic skills Ann G3l'ClIlC'I' strips L1 lmicli-kzmzxclt slwll' ol' olcl vm'- nisll for an II'lll'l'lOl' llccoruting project. Clwcliing to Soc wl1ic'l1 colors arc most complc- IIICYIIZIYY. Carol l,oc'kriclgc. .Iommc ll0lIClI'C8ll, :mtl Connie XY1'igl1t usc lJm'rylc Killinglnc-ck as ft motlcl. 11 . f XQ s Dean Kuteh, -Iohn Nicholas. Kathy Lange, Judy Emerson. and Bob Gabrunas utilize the kitchen nook in Foods class. In Fashion Arts students studied dress styles through the ages, determined which colors were best for their complexions, and experimented in dress design. The Interior Decorating class traced the development of home decorating from ancient to modern times. Drawing floor plans brought an awareness of color schemes and furniture balance. Girls in Home Living furnished imaginary three room apartments, noting primarily the costs in- volved. Practical knowledge of child care and home nursing helped to better prepare the girls for their future role as housewives. taught in Home Living. First semester sewing classes practiced fundamen- tal skills by making skirts and blouses. The climax of the year came with the Spring Style Show when girls modeled outfits they had made. Pies, cakes, and Christmas cookies were favorites in Foods class. Aside from cooking and eating the products of their skill, classes learned the correct way to set a table and became accomplished hostesses. .,. ...R 1 . . , .9 bfi f" ' 59 .Indy XYestphal takes Barb Edwards' pulse a skill 5' Electives enrich curriculum John Doinbrowsky and Barbara Lyons enjoy an amusing Mr. Schlegtehnilch tests Todd Binfs peripheral vision as Cit'l1l0IlSU'11ti0I1iJ,'MI'.CiI'l7ft8Hdf1'iCI1d. Richard Heed and Clarence Howard wait their turn. M, Ll 9' Q Q F -'- uw -it , A 60 Talents and hobbies received special emphasis in elective courses. Aspiring artists strived for reality in their sketches through perspective drawing. They gained skills in lettering and designing and in sketching the human head and figure. Plaster of Paris plaque carvings, linolcum blocks, and clay dishes were the product of craft classes. Har- mony class studied music theories, note progres- sion, and chord formation. Students also tried their hand at composing original music, In safety classes students concerned with maximum driving safety studied the rules of driving and automo- bile operation. Drivers' education served as a test- ing ground for driving practice and skills, With the assistance of a plastic skeleton, humor and interest brightened anatomy study in health. Sue Cross works on her composi- tion for harmony, Papier nlaehe dogs are niadt lu aron I'lt'IlI'lt'll and Sandy tels in craft. 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G m classes stress physical fitness ln l'llston's gym clusscs focus was on physical fit- ncss uncl utlllctic skill. lizicli class sturtccl with culistlicnics uncl warm-ups. 'l'l1c I't'Ill2llllClCl' of thc hour wus spcnt clcvcloping sports skills. Thc many warm cluys of full proviclccl opportunitics for out- cloor sports. Gill lficlcl was purcclccl out among thc various clusscs. Onc corncr scrvccl as a foot- ball ficlcl for thc boys and unothcr as 21 socccr ficlcl for thc girls. As thc your progrcssccl, thc boys wcnt on to bziskctbull, wcight lifting, :incl other intloor sports. 'l'lu' girls' gym classcs workccl on cvcrytliing from clcck tcnnis to folk dancing. Q at f' P""'H'hhw 1 Maur, fu , Behind each short athletic contest are many hours of arduous prac- tice. Individuals work to discipline their bodiesg teams drill to co- ordinate the individuals into har- monious units. The athlete is rc- warded when a new record, a tourney victory, or an outstanding individual effort turns the focus on Sports FOOTBALL TEAMgFRONT ROW: J. Grady, B. Gabrunas, D. Heuck, R. VVildhart, J. Richmond, J, Kenefick, V. Payne. B. Brown. R. Markowski, J. Sullivan, J. Craig. SECOND ROW: D. WVestphal lyigr., D. Pellar Mgr., S. Dunlap, S. Henry, J. Coar, J. Skonieezny, H. Brown, G. Preihs, T. Cappy, D. Crosby, L. Steele, T. Wlisenian, Mgr. THIRD ROW: D. Pryzbylinski, P. Gondek, G. Foldenauer, P. Zook, B. Bannwart, D. Gloff, L. Crane, J. Snyder, Big Red has one of those years In their opening game the Red Devils battled Gary Tolleston to a 7-7 tie until late in the fourth quarter when they recovered a blocked punt in Cary's end zone for a two point safety and a 9----7 victory. Against South Bend Washington the score was knotted at the half, 646. The Devils exploded in the last half and scored three times on runs of 83 and 75 yards by Pat McBride and 20 yards by Bob Brown. The final score was 27-6. The next Five games ended in one touchdown losses and much frustration for the Red Devils. First South Bend Central and then Hobart handed City 14-7 and 13-6 defeats respective- ly. In the homecoming game, Elkhart, then ranked fifth in the state, was held to a single touchdown by the Devil defense. However, they blanked the Red Devils offensively and won 6--0, spoiling Coach Overmanls record of never losing a home- coming game. In the fourth quarter of the South Bend Riley game, Riley recovered a blocked punt in the end zone to edge the Devils by a 7-0 score. The last and most frustrating one touchdown loss of the season came against LaPorte. The Slicers scored twice in the last quarter to edge the Red Devils 19-13. The winning TD was scored with only ten seconds remaining in the game on a spec- tacular circus catch on City,s goal line. Although the Red Devils' record of 2-GQI was a losing one, a season's achievements aren't al- ways measured by the box score. The team enter- tained its fans with good, exciting football, and the juniors gained valuable experience. 1 -v F9-Q H- LL A X -W QW kg, PM 'Yffn VN, 'M J X 2 I sf' I if , W - sz Q , 'f 2 ax 2 'Q 3 "sh -ATN" .4'x,,' ' " if 4 L 4 ' is 5 4 VARSITY BOX SCORE MC OPP Clary Tolleston .... 9 7 S. B. WVashington . . 27 6 S. B. Central ..... 7 14- Hobart ...... . . 6 13 lilkhart . . . . . U 6 s. B. Riley . . .. rm 7 LaPorte .... .. lli 19 Slishawaka . . . . . lf? 13 My , 'A ,,!4 ' p S. B. Adams . . . . 6 l9 V ' W., Q Q q 7 Gridders receive honors liacli year several organizations honor outstanding high school football players. This year six Red Devils received recognition for their efiorts on the football field. The State Sportscasters and Sports NVriters selected Doug Dunlop as All-State guard and Pat McBride All-State halfback. The Associ- ated Press also chose Doug on their All-State team. Receiving All-Conference honors from the South Bend 'l'RlBlTNl'l were: Pat McBride, first team, Doug Dunlop, second team, Dan Lauer, honorable mentiong and Vernon Payne, honorable mention. The team chose Steve Henry and Dan Lauer as eo-captains. Dan was also the team's choice as most valuable lineman, and Pat lXIcBride was rated as the most valuable man in the backfield. Statistically, Dunlop was the leading tackler, haul- l' ing down .JU by himself and receiving an addi- tional 11-0 assists. Payne made 41 tackles and 39 assists. Lauer and Henry had 4-fl tackles apiece. McBride was the leading ground gainer, grinding out 726 yards. Junior Fred Keen picked up 255 yards. Dan Lauer and Pat lNIeBride. .w'n!erl.' and Bob Bannwart, Doug Dunlop. and Steve Henry. xlazzrliizg, read about their football honors. The team takes time out to discuss strategy during the Elkhart game. if--'H' 'lx Iinpatient to join the action on the field, Dennis Nickel Crouelics on the sidelines. S.'XNDBL'RRS---FRONT HOli': R. Tilrlen. P. Toinasvewski. D. Dingman. ll. Holmes. R. Barnes. J. Cunninglimu. A. Bos. E. Doscnberry. D. Bannwart. B. McBride, M. Henry. SEC- OND ROW: B. Ilampton. R. Dickey. 'lf llarris. T. Piotroxvski, L. Spicer. D. Keene. H. Gresh- zun, D. Ilevg, Wlliile. Nl. Bolkzi. R. Herrlmcli, Keller. Blgr. THIRD ROIV: Coavh Jerry Cripe, P. Zunyk. B. Doinkcwwski. T. Sentcr. D. Bootcheck, D. Hawkins, K. Hahn, F. LaBorn. D. Walters, C. George, R. Pohl. Coach Noel Sc'l1legelmilc'h. Sandburrs have tough year but gain experience B-TEAM BOX SCORE MC OPP LaP0rte ..... 7 33 S. B. Central . . 12 27 S. B. Adams . . 13 21 Goshen ..... 6 O Nlishawaka .. I3 13 S. B. Riley ..... 7 7 S. B. lVashington 7 27 Elkhart ......... . 7 13 69 TENNIS TEAM: FIRST ROW: mascot D. Holtzlander, Jones, B. Akins, B. Nowfel, and D. Pilarski. SECOND ROW: Coach Dick Cook, C. Cicciwa, D. Messian, J. Selke, K. Davis, :incl I. Wilson, Tennis team builds Brian Nnwfvl shows his smashing forehancl chlring practice. The l963 tennis men won only three of their eight matches, but there were bright spots. The bright spots were that junior Brian Nowfel was the number one man on the team completing the year with only one defeat, and Bob Akins joinecl the team late ancl worked his way up to the num- ber three position. TENNIS BOX SCORE NIC OPP. S.B.Aclams... ..3 i 2 Elkhart .... . . . 2 3 Goshen . . . . . l 4 S.B.Riley... ..3 2 S. B. Central . . . . 2 3 lX4ishawaka ...... . . . 4 l Ft. Wayne North . . .. l 4 LaPorte ......... .. 2 3 0'Neil Simmons finishes the two mile cross Country run and gets lns time from Mr. Fischer. Two milers complete winning season CROSS COUNTRY BOX SCORIQ MC OPP Valparaiso .. .. All 217 S. B. Adams . . . . 2:3 lil Hobart .... . . 133 22 llllihart . . . . -lil 21 S. B. Riley .. .. 2l 158 Chesterton .. . fll 25 B. Adams . . . . 213 iifl' S. B. Central ..... 2l 35 S. B. XVashington . . . . . 25 Ill-1 Cary Wallace .... . l5 50 LaPorte ..... . 29 26 Crown Point . . .I . . . . 211 35 Ft. Ytayne North . . . .. 32 23 Mishawaka ...... . 16 A16 LaPorte .... . 28 27 Goshen . . . 27 28 In the regular season this year the Red Devil harriers defeated nine of the sixteen teams they faced. They finished third in a field of twenty-two teams in the LaPorte Invitational, and they placed second in a field of twenty-one teams in the Sectional Meet. In the Regional the boys finished seventh and failed to qualify for the State Meet. Participating in the LaPorte Invitational, Steve Major ran the best time of his career. covering the two mile Course in ten minutes and fourteen see- onds. CROSS COUNTRY TEAM --FIRST ROW: C. Kindig. 'l'. Arehamheault. D. Meyer. C. Urinston, C. White. il. Henry, S. Major. B. Wilke. D. Max-ron. M. Me.-Xnally. L. jones. SECOND ICUIV: Coaeh Brnee Fiseher, C. Ilolmes. R. Kemp. C. Mannes. C. Simmons. S. Burnett. R. Yayliinger. J. Cadwell, S. Farmer, D. Kelley. S. O'Neill. D. Hom, O'NeiI Sim- mons, D. Plank. and Coaeh Dong Adams. THIRD ROIV: D. Steinlte. N. Foldenaner. 'Ilon- sheek, R. Melfarland, K. Krueger, T. Nforse, S. Mohamed, T. Cofcr, D. Cassler. B. Bach- mann, and 'l'. Ulrich. NU RUNNING ND DUCNING N0 PUSHING NU SPITT I Q" 11 John Curtis prepares for a turn-around while swimming the Todd Loveland and Mr. Kuszniaul Cheek times with jeff Weidner, b?U'kSlI'4'kl'- Stan Lowe. Charlie Bnyeart, ,lohn Curtis. and Dale liriekson. Tankmen build in second season In an attempt to defend their Goshen Relays SW'IMMINC TEAM BOX SCORIC championship this year, the Red Devil swim- MC OPP mers placed second. John Curtis, Dale Erickson, L4-W Xvallacc H H 51 4.4. and Jeff Weidner each placed first respectively in Pmm Tyx'p , , , 1 . 4.5 50 the lllfl yard backstroke. the 100-yard freestyle, Cloghcn '....., H 52 .12 and the 50-yard freestyle. The 400-yard back- HOWC Rfilitm-y I U 37 58 stroke relay team consisting of John Curtis, Ted Valparaiso H 27 554 Brink, Stan Lowe, and Dale Erickson placed Hrst H01-acc Mmm U . ' i 54 4.1 as did the Qllll-yard freestyle relay team consisting S, B' Riley ..." n . QQ 57 of Curtis, Brink, Lowe, and Al Murray. Clmstcl-toil i . i n u 65 Q9 - S. B. Central . .. . . 37 58 f J C Mishawaka .... . . 29 65 I Jain! 5745 S. B. Washington . . 35 59 lgdjygig -'OL' .. Portage ....... .. 60 35 J I " ,Vfl S. B. Adams . . .. . 26 68 C3 5 Q3 at LaPortc . .. .... 45 51 TL Cc-tfQ2 ffitfylfcdi i 1 i T in X CLC' ' SWIMMING TE.-xZxI 1f1t0.N'7' ROW. M. lxtmtmlly. C. Enymrr, A. txtttrmy, D. ifksfm, t LVL 'QUUJJ T. Brink, T. Todd. S. Lowe. SECOND ROW: J. Curtis, L. jones, D. Hagaman, J. lVeid- ner, .-X. Unger. D. Wiekstroni. T. Loveland. THIRD ROW: H. Nast, B. Saum, M. Hampel, M. Christopher, T. Wiseman, Coach Ross Kuszmaul. .-...Ms l BASKETBALL TEANI FRONT ROW: Skrmicrzny. manager. N. Gipsrm, D. Kvllry. G. Simmons. S. Major. V. Payne. J. Sc-lkv. S. Hvnry. manage-r. SIJCOND ROIV: cil7Zll'h Lamlm, J. Cadwcll. R. YVright. T. Ivirwrsv. K. Kruvgcr. R. xiC'I'1Ill'iflllCi. F. Kcvn. C. I.nmm. and Head Coach Doug Adams. Red Devils finish 2nd in the conference lffl: Gene Simmons breaks tllmugh the Red Dvvil hoop. r1'n!1'r.' Tvrry Nlorso govs up after a rcbouncl as Jolm Sclkc and Chuck Lamm stand by. righi: Sclkc attcmpts to thwart scoring attempt. F 74 The Red Devil five began another successful sea- son by defeating Hammond Morton 87-51. In the team's second game Vernon Payne established a new Red Devil and school scoring record by pouring in sl-3 points to lead the Devils to a 95- 76 win over Cary lfroebel. In their first conference game of the season, the Devils lost to South Bend Central on a shot from the ten second line just as the final gun went off. 'llhe Valparaiso game provided another thrilling finish with City pulling off an 80-73 overtime win. 'llhey outscored Yalpo ISP-2 in the final quar- ter and the overtime period. The Vincennes Alices thwarted the Devils' hopes of winning a second straight championship at the llast Chicago Holiday 'l7ourney. Vincennes' 70- 69 win also broke a four game winning streak for the Devils. City gained third place at the tourney by defeating Hammond Morton 87-51. After falling 22 points behind lilkhart, the Red Devils fought back and nearly upended the Blue Blazers. lilkhart held out, however, and the Dev- ils lost their third game by a 8lg78 score. City spoiled South Bend XYashington's chances for the conference crown by defeating the Pan- thers 96--93. The following week the Devils nailed down second place in the conference by beating South .Bend Riley 97-8-l. ending their season with a record of I9 wins and 4 defeats. Y.-XRSITY BOX SCIORIC MC OPP llammond Klorton ,.., 517 Sl Cary Froebel ,.,.... . . 95 76 S. ll. Central ...,. .. 612 till Chicago Nlaishall . .. 755 71 S. li. Adams ..,.,., . . 67 all Valparaiso ...,.. HU 73 I'l2lIIlIll0llfl High . . . , Wi 555 Yineennes ......., . . tif? 70 llammond Nlorton ... .. 557 51 Peru ,,.,........ . . tiff 62 Goshen .,,.....,. . . 655 fill ll. CI. XN'asliington . . . . . 96 G0 Elkhart .......... . . 78 841' llanmiond Noll . . . . . 95 82 Bfishawaka .... . . F37 82 Laporte .......,.. . . U5 52 Ft. Ulayne South . . . . 66 69 Ft. NN'ayne North . . . . . 77 68 S. li. lYashington . . . . . 96 93 S. li. Riley ....... .. 97 ill Klill Creek .... . . 955 58 South Central ,.. .. 67 -if l,al7orte ....... . 76 71 Cary lfroebel . . . . . U6 547 Cary lolleston . . . . . flfl flfl left: Ralph XYright smashes in for a lay-up. Ce11!i'1'.' Nate Gipson shows his form in rebounding. right: john Selke takes one of his corner shots. aim:-u: Cfoaeh Adams aeeepts the Sectional Championship trophy front hir. jones. rfglll: John Selke Cuts down the net after the l,al'orte game. Red Devils take 13th sectional At tournament time the Devils set out to achieve two goals--their thirteenth sectional champion- ship in a row and their hrst regional champion- ship in thirteen years. Advancing to the Hnals, the Devils defeated Mill Creek 98-58 and South Central 67a44l. At half-time in the final game the La Porte Slicers held a 37-31 lead over the Devils. In the last quarter City gained a two point lead and won the tourney 76-74. Three Red Devils were selected from one hundred players for the all-sectional team, They were: John Selke, Vernon Payne, and Gene Simmons. .1 5 In the East Chicago Regional Tournament, the Red Devils defeated the Gary Froebel Blue Devils 106-87, setting them up to play Cary Tolleston for the Regional Championship. Tolleston jumped to a fifteen point lead in the opening minutes of play. City narrowed the score to 85-79 within the remaining few minutes of the game, but Tol- leston finished the tournament 93-83. Coach Doug Adams' Red Devils finished the sea- son with a record of twenty wins and five defeats. 13-'1'1i.-XXI BOX SCORE NIC OPP 11:1111111o11c1 131014011 , ,. 51 44 Gary 1f1'OL'1Jl'1 .... .. 48 53 S. 13.121-1111111 ,.... .. 31 52 c1111CR1gU 1Nf1z11's11111l . . . . . . 61 43 13. JXC1l1lIlS ,..., . . 35 36 X'1ll1IJ11l'l11SO .,.,.. .. 50 37 I'1Zl11l111011C1 High . , . . . 36 38 110131114 ....,.... .. 56 38 S. B. St. 10801311 . , . . 45 50 PL'1'l1 ........... .. 51 41 C10S1101l .......,.,, .. 44 39 E. C. 1vl1S1111lg10Il . , . . . 44 51 E11i11l'l1'1 .,....,..,. .. 51 41 I1z1111l11o11c1 N011 .,, .. 68 47 1X'11S1lllXK'L11i1l .... . . 46 58 1.1:1P01'tc- .,....,. .. 49 44 Ft. xvilylll' 81011111 . . , . . 50 40 Ft. Xvllyllk' North , . . . , 37 48 S. 15. XN'11s11i11gto11 , . . . . 52 49 15. Riley ....,.. . , . 69 58 Imps win 11 out of 20 B-TEAUXI---FRONT ROIV: 1Ic111'v. 111q1'.. F, k11ll'111, C111111i11g11a111. B. 1111111171011 7 Pl T 1 11 111 1 11 17U05t'll1Jl'I'Y, 15. Nuwfv1. .-X. 13655. 111g1'.l SI'ff1'C ND RC I': .U '1Z1I'l'1S, -1. 11 ws, 7, ,11311111 S Fz1r111c1', C. George, P. TQJl118L'1111Sk1, and c1021l'11 Dick Lamb. 1 V3.7 WRESTLING TIE.-Xlvl--'FRONT ROPV: T. Hiltniavher. P, O'Malley, W. Harris. il. Rich- mond. Sl'fl.'l7ND ICOIV: tl. Kopvhinski, J. Jaeolms, D. Ostrowski. T. Sehumakcr. B. Millard. TIIIRD ROIV: D. Briggs. nigr.. C. Crowley. mgr.. D. Burkhart. R. Hvrrlmrh. ll. Egelski. l"0I7R'1'll ICOIV: R. llvcg. S. Marlin. R. Ilcclstro111.R.Dickey, G. Greenway. M. Henry. Wrestlers gain experience iloxlelm Uri me noses with his Ilrsl ltturmeri. THIRD ROW JL l l ' ' " Ross lliclwy :mal Cary G1'ec'i1wny. .S'1fCO.N'D ROIV: Bill xllllillll, zmcl lim Svlillnlxikc-r. FRUNT ROIV: Vlillie Har- ris. P111 O'lWnllm'y. uncl Conch Cripe. S. B. Clay . . Cary lidison River Forest Chesterton . Portage .... Lz1Porte . . . Chesterton . . . New Carlisle Gary Edison MC 0 .. ..4-3 .. ..15 3 ..23 'J 18 21 .. ..17 OPP can 46 +141 49 1 33 47 36 20 33 The 1963 Linksmen highlighted another winning year by defeating LaPorte twice, the only losses the Slicers suffered all season In addition to win- ning twelve of twenty matches, the Devils won the Lake Hills Invitational, placed first in their sectional, and drove to seventh place in the state tournament. The Red Devils championed the Lake Hill In- vitational by beating out twenty-four other teams, including South Bend Riley. last year's defending state champions. Leading the Red Devil attack were Bob Peters and Harry Gasparret with 77's. Backing them up were Mark XYinski with a 79 and Jim O'Conner with an 84. In the 1963 sectional, the Red Devils were vie- torious over La Porte, last year's sectional winner. Triumpliing over a held of twenty-six teams, the Red Devils defeated Valparaiso by thirteen strokes, 321 to 337, and LaPorte by fourteen, 324 to 338. Peter's 75 paced the team and qualified him for medalist honors. Two weeks later the Red Devils competed in the state tourney and placed seventh. Golfers win Lake Hills Invitational GOLF BOX SCORIZ Valparaiso . . Hobart ...... Gary Lewallace Dyer ........ S. B. Riley . . Goshen ..... S. B. Adams . . hlishawaka . . . Elkhart ...... S. B. Gentral . . . . . La Porte ...... Benton Harbor MG OPP 156 165 156 197 163 175 163 171 315 301 315 362 308 297 3118 318 319 311 313 31112 313 3116 33-1' 327 GOLF 'l'lfAlXl I"RO.Y'l' RUIVJ Coaeh lNIi1ler. J. llauskins. H. Gasparret. B. Peters. Rl. YVin- ski. il. O'Connor. Sl'.'CU.YD ROIV: J. Granaeki. D. Vonkoski, R. Deutscher. Allen. B. Stahoviak, G. Stipanek, D. .-Xultinan. THIRD ROW: E. Schuster. G. Sehilf. T. Grudovieh. Pen, N. Voss. MeAnnall is men TRACK MC OPP LaPorte ............ . . 412 67M S. Bend Washington . . . . . 41M 27 Chesterton ........ . . 59 50 S. Bend Adams . . . . 491k 59M S. Bend Central . . . . . 38M 7OV2 Mishawaka ....... . . 54 55 Hammond Morton . . . . 68 61 Cary Lew Wallace . . . . . 68 8 S. Bend St. Joseph . . . . 54 55 S. Bend Riley ..... . . 63 46 Valparaiso . . . . . 42 67 Ted Giese goes up and over a high hurdle against Cary Lew Wallace. TRACK TEAM-FRONT ROW: D. Nichols. P. Noveroskc. M. McAnally, Gambill, R. YVright, D. Heuck, B. Brown, S. Major, T. Ciese, N. Gipson. E. Susnis, E. Woodrick, B Bann- wart. R. DiGiacomo, O. Lubke, B. Gahrunas. S. Armour, L. Steele, Jacobs. SECOND ROW: S. Burnett, L. Jones, D. Keen, R. Hcrrhach. J. Tucker. B. Thomason, T. Bictry. C. Grinston, J. Selke, D. Stcinke, J. Henley, D. Church, J. Craig, G. Simmons, C. Mann, R. Hed- i.a... 4 . f ' make tracks The Michigan City cindermen placed sixth in both the Hammond Invitational and the Pre- Conference meets. In the Conference meet the team placed thirteenth with three boys achieving fourth place finishes-Steve Major in the mile run, john Selke in the broad jump, and Jim Hen- ley in the pole vault. In the sectional meet the team placed fourth. The Red Devils had more Hrst place winners than any other team in the meet: Sclke in the high jump and the broad jump, Major in the mile run, and Henley in the pole vault. In winning the mile run, Major set a new school record of four minutes, thirty-six and eight tenths seconds, breaking Dick Hutmacher's 1958 record. ,sfrwif j I Nate Gipson wins another 44-0 yard dash strom, T. Sutherlin, T. Archambeault. A. Allison. T. Feddcr. THIRD ROW.' Coach Bruce Fischer, J. Henry, F. Keen. D. Lauer. L. Crane, J. White. A. Bos, P. Liverman, R. Catz, F. LaBorn, D. Dunlop. L. LaBerge. P. Dodson, J. Sullivan. B. Vaughn, E. White, Senter, T. Trotter, D. Kambs, S. Henry, J. WVeiclncr, Coach Earl McAnally. Krltk I Yillllfl ,Li i...-. . BASEBALL MC OPP Portage... ....5 5 Hobart ....... .... 5 2 Clay ........... .... 8 4 E. C. Roosevelt .... .... 8 2 S. B. Riley .... .... 3 6 S.B.Adams... ....1 0 Elkhart ..... .... 4 3 LaPorte ........ .... 1 2 Mishawaka ....... .... 6 7 S. B. Washington .... .... 6 1 Horace Mann ...... .... 3 O S. B. Central .... .... 2 4 Goshen ....... .... 2 1 Kokomo ..... .... 4 3 Clay ......... .... O 1 Chesterton .... .... 3 0 LaPorte ........ .... 0 1 Hammond Noll .... .... 3 O Hammond Noll .... .... 2 4 LaPorte ........ .... 3 7 Diamond men finish with 1 1 and 9 season Tom Tiedeman slides into first under an intended piekoff against LaPorte. ---"'-'Av' BASEBALL TEAM-FRONT ROPV: C. Holmes, D. Grcenlaw B Akms R Haberman N. Porterfield. T. Tiedeman, W. Beaver, M. Kazmucha. SECOND ROW D Bankoff Mgr Coach Dave Parry, B. Henry, J. Sknnieczny, D. Mertl, D. Cox, T. Smith D Gloff D Schau mann, T. Dunlap, B. Hendrickson, Mgr. Al Juniche was absent when the picture was taken The 1963 Red Devil baseball team compiled a record of ll wins and 9 losses, and two-thirds of those losses were by one or two runs. Against Portage in the first game Dennis Cox hit a 375 foot homerun over the left field wall, a Hrst by a high school player at Ames Field. Dennis hit another four bagger against Hobart to lead the Devils in the homerun department. Tom Tiedeman scored twelve runs, hit three triples, and batted in a total of eleven runs. He led the team in all three fields, and for his efforts was selected Most Valuable Player. Terry Smith led the team in fielding with an average of 993, committing only one error in 150 chances. Cabot Holmes and Mickey Kazmueha were the leading winning pitchers, each winning four games. Al Jumche was the leading strike out pitcher with thirty-seven, and Dick Schauman gave up the fewest earned runs with an earned run average of only 600. , 1 ..,-.KW P k R J 3 v 'HH or 1 wnhdvq, MN ,fn 'ffffrf-fxw 5 Wil! fffffi f f f :F 'F 3' K xr ' t Q i L., I l -VK R. K, . 5 J I Q -mei , L 4, L -11 Q Rik A K ,, .."?:..n. 5: 'Wi 0 ,N Q an 3: -X. -K. M QQ gags Q '. A R, I W s.. Lu, Q?-'I 85 .Q A f 1' 'Ulf fx-X f.-wwf 2 'arm f Q M., .Q rl YY 'xv ,L 3 Lit: Q' . ,l 1, il 'A Y Y Ffrimtvs WQXVTQSJ1. -x 1 4 r' J 4 1 9 . 47. vias-' Q? -3 X1-:4,w'x,a 1 ' ' ' - '. str. 5 Through clubs students come closer to their sehoolg they End sat- isfaction in being a part of the school pattern. Opportunities for service, fellowship, and fun at- tract members to l2lston's forty- eight organizations. Active parti- cipants learn to be cooperative and responsible, to lead and to follow. Club members and faculty spon- sors work together many hours each week when the focus is on Crgonizotions THE PIA THESPIANS-FRONT ROW: H. Shock, K. Freier. C. Froehlke, lN1rs. Pohl. SECOND ROW: S. Cross. B. Nygren, L, Howard. L. Graham. THIRD ROW: D. Ahel, R. Stal- baum, D. Flanigan, C. Bauer, C. Demos. HO OR OCIETY NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY-FRONT ROW: B. Rogers, C. Sadenwater, J. Peters, K. Freicr, B. Weihmiller, D. Peters, P. Brown, B. Bankoff, C. Beishlinc, K. Mross. SECOND ROW: K. Haark, G. Anderson, D. Mertl, L. Schcndel, B. Henry, P. Moriarity, A. Christian- sen, D. Schauman, M. Rolston, Mr. Lonzo. THIRD ROW: L. Graham, S. Anderson, J. Mitnick, J. Calvert, K. Kowalski, A. Hedges, B. Cashbaugh, D. Adler, D. Thorsen, J. Weiss, S. Arens, M. Mathias, S. Shires, M. Cook, M. Hering, B. Rosenberg. FOURTH ROW: S. Bolka, T. Gryvna, P. Ruby, B. Carrels, Crawford, A. Oberlink, K. Zolvinski. L. Mork, D. Durand, C. Simpson, J. Malecki, R. Pahl, C, Fox, R. Young. J. YVagner, M. Capp, L. Ko- masinski. FIFTH ROW: M. Alix, D. Wfaldrep, P. Stibbe, S. Yagelski, S. Armour, T. Ciese, VV. DeVVald, R. Jones, T. Burns, C. Ceissler, F. Stockwell, NI. Leins, P. Johnson, Benowitz, K. Schaffer, S. Przbylinski, K. Benford, Widmar. SIXTH ROW: J. Harrison, D. Plank, P. Dodson, R. Clanz, E. Susnis. C. Bauer, A. Palm, T. Cowan. T. Smith, J. Yvellnitz, K. , . 5 . ..t i 1 Q T 5 . : l ,L s Lange, J. VVeidncr, M. Bartlett, R. Ashton, K. Rogers, S. Henry, J. Hileman. fi 4. :alll l STUDE T CCU CIL DAHLITE DAHLITES-FRONT ROW: H. Fraser, M. Adams, C. Lockridge. SECOND ROW: C. Bard, R. Stuart, K. Mross, M. Mathias. M. Herbert. THIRD ROIV: C. Baker, C. Schroe- der, G. Anderson, E. Smith, Miss Dahlberg. FOURTH ROIV: N. Hill, B. Morrison, B. Bankoff, C. Beishline, L. Stibbe, J. Peters. FIFTH ROW: K. Swanson, S. Breed, K. Val- entine, B. Ostwald, B. Sprague. STUDENT COUNCIL-FRONT ROW.' Manigtuld, S. Cross, K. Lange, D. Plank, C. Bauer, J. Curtis, Mr. Parry. SECOND ROW: T. Westcott, T. Giese, M. Hcring, Peters, M. LaRoceo, L. Lynch, D. Roth. THIRD ROW: M. Henry, J. Lynch. P. Novak, G. Kaeding, S. Van Vlaek, V. Wiencek, P. Gnndek, J. Gorr, J. Jones. FOURTH ROW: R. Bernethy, Clements, A. Murray, S. Martin, D. Gloff, A. Schroeder, B. Nowfel, S. Porter. l I SOPHOMORE STEERING COMMITTEE--FRONT ROW: Mrs. Urquhart, J. Jovicn, G. Timmons, C. Licvensc. C. Bear. Mr. Bass. SECOND ROW: N. Prast, D. Cargilc. J. Gorr, C. IVilkins, C. Novitskc, Y. Zimmerman, C. Scaverns. THIRD ROW: D. Bannwart, QI. Keller, R. Hampton, M. Hampcl. FOURTH ROW: R. Boyan, B. klillard, A. Schroeder, B. Ton, E. Svrivnor, D. Mes- sina, C. Lisak. OPHOMORE TEERI GCOMMITTEE JU IOR TEERI G COMMITTEE JUNIOR STEERING COMMIT- TEE-FRONT ROW: Mr. Cook, N. I,aFoumain. -I. Dale, L. Pontius, Miss Calvert. SECOND ROW: J. Ras- mussen, B. Bratkovic, C. Brooker, P. Haynic, -I. Downs. K. Valentine. TIIIRD ROW: L. Stcclc, J. Kcnef- ick, C. Ycntcs, R. Robinson, S. Levin. FOURTH ROW: T. Cappy, F. Kccn, A. Murray, D. GloH', D. Orms- lmy, E. Hurst. 88 SENIOR STEERING COMMIT- TEE' l"RON'1' ROIV: Mr. Loutvns, M. Mathias. S. Major. K. Lange. S. I'I0iHc1'. Mrs. IJLIITIIICI. SECOND ROIV: S. Elwrt. Il. Bnrtcls, G. YVaIk, L. Imrkwoocl, R. Pahl. 'IIIIIRD ROIVJ B. Kelly. V. Xvl'l'IlIf'I'i. K. Rud- gvrs. D. Dunlop. BI. Bnrtlvtt, S. Hvn- ry, T. Ticnlvnmll. I SE ICR TEERI G H LL PATROL COMMITTEE HALL PATROL- -FRONT ROW: Mr. Ross. K. Igclski. M. Wozniak. K. XVa1tz. R. Otto, T. Gicsc, M. LaRorCo, INIr. AIJITIIIZIIII. SECOND ROW: R. Pahl. M. Mason, XV. Doscnhcrry, R. I"vt1-rscn, .-X. Mnrsv, J. Moore, S. Pnwlak. THIRD ROW: P. Mrliridc. S. I'Icnry. C. Mancs. W. Wvstphnl, II. Brown. M. Bartlett. S. Major, V. Payne. FOVRTH ROW: P. Znok, D. Mitvlu-II, D. I.:mvr. P, Dndsml. R. Ashton. 'l'. Trotter. K. Davis. S. Pahs. J. Skonicczny. FIFTH ROW: D. Stcinkv, D. Dunlop, B. Bachmann. T. Morse, N. Gipson, B. Bamlwart, J. YVcidncr, Hcuring. 89 im. HALL M0 ITOR HALL MONITORS-FRONT ROW: P. Bcebe. K. Barrios, K. Stevenson, S. Berkes, L. Schmidt, J. Furois, P. Clark, S. Dieckilman, Mr. Rhoads. SECOND ROW: P. Mignery, L. Hunn, C. Menke, S. Snyder, M. Thompson, V. Chern, S. Zeman, C. Baker, B. Bratkovic. THIRD ROW: P. Twible, P. Davis, S. Meyer, S. Leinwand, B. Graham, S. Urback, J. Ras- mussen, Westphal, C. Price. FOURTH ROW: H. Kennebrew, C. Loetz, S. Niemann, H. Haberman, F. Stockwell, B. Pearson, P. Schwartzenberg, D. Payne, C. Grinston. FIFTH ROW: M. Smith, B. Nowfel, R. Sims, H. Gasparett, D. Stantz, M. McAnally, R. Lubeznik. SIXTH ROW: J. Curtis, T. Fowler, P. Zook, B. Bannwart, L. Job, K. Krueger, F. Keen, D. Dunlop, J. Heuring. HALL MONITORS-FRONT ROW: Mr. Rhoads, C. Brown, J. Becktcll, M. Gralik, B. Ingram, D. Gibbs, J. Schoof. SECOND ROW: P. Sherrill. D. Reynolds, B. Rieck, M. Hutton, C. Ropar, C. Messina, M. Adams, J. Emmerson. THIRD ROW: T. Tiedeman, J. Vawter, C. Pahs, S. Cross, B. Buckner, S. Lacher, B. Marquart, J. Nessler, M. Henry. FOURTH ROW: M. Wozniak, R. Follin, D. Schroeder, R. Lubeznik, R. Kricsel, F. Huorka, M. Adams, T. Oszuscik. FIFTH ROW: V. Vernick, B. Falbo, K. Davis, R. YVitek, D. Lauer, M. Bartlett, P. Zook, N. Spear. SIXTH ROW: P. Dodson, E. Susnis, M. Zimonja, N. Egilske, J. Leonard, B. Bluhm, L. Crane, S. Grimm, B. Diana. COU SELOR 9 ASSISTANT COUNSELORS' ASSISTANTS- FRONT ROW: C. Lombard, L. Graham, B. Ingram, J. Pontius. SEC OND ROW: K. Lylcs, P. Wermer, S. Schock, R. Peters. THIRD ROW.' C Bryan, J. Pahs, P. Benford, D. Pagel, J. Pieplow. OFFICE MESSENGERS-FRONT ROW: J. Mohamed, J. Schlick' L, Lockwood. SECOND ROW: S. Dicckilman, P. Davis, J. Schoof, Mrs. Larson. THIRD ROW.' R. Tiebcrt. P. Ellis. FOURTH ROW.' J. Utpa- tel, J. Czizck, E. Bergcrson, E. Gip- son, S. Mciser. OFFICE MESSENGER XXX -X N ' JU 1oR ooNoEss1o fx' Nl. X ws 4 X,,f FQOTBALI. CONCESSIONS- -FRONT ROW: K. Purtfl. C. Ilartwig. Iwi. Herbert. Ras- mussen. D. Bisehoff. C. Markowski. SECOND ROW: K. Cook. V. Chern. I.. Sehmidt. D. I.ievense. D. Gibbs, S. Joyee. M. Konmsinski. K. Barrios. P. YVnshluske. N. Garhriez. THIRD ROW: Nfr. I.onzo, I.. Pontius. P. Wolf. S. Z1-man. I.. Hunu. I.. I.ynt'h. C. I.oekx'idge. S. Connett. A. Alden. J. Beektell. P. Monehamp. K. Olson. FOURTH ROIV: D. Roth. K. Nall. J. Downs. Emmerson. M. Srhultz. B. Graham. K. Miller. S. Breed, G. Steinheiser. A. Gleason. S. Key. FIFTH ROIV: P. Hzlynie. Bgelske. NI. Aust. S. Pens. I.. Krueger. C. NVest. D. Vankosky. S. Armstrong. P. Piecueh. K. Prast. R. Chapala. SIXTH ROW: C. Yentes. R. Sims, B. Baker, T. Greening, A. Murray, D. Ambruso. J. Gnrrettson. J. Kohn, B. Lane, K. Johnson. BASKETBALI. CONCESSIONS--FRONT ROW: I.. Schmidt. P. Haynie, K. hliller, M. Kozin. D. Gilihs. SIfCO.YD ROIV: N. I.z1I7ountain. P. IN'oIf. P. Ross. C. I.oc'kridge. I.. IIunn, S. Breed. THIRD ROIV: B. Graham. NI. Sehultz. B. Lyons. P. Tell. D. Yoder. Headley, K. Stevenson. L. Wfnshluske. D. Prnst. FOVRTH ROW: R. Nadratowski. J. Paw- Iiek. K. Cook, V. Chern. G. Odle. J. Cassidy. K. Yernier. S. I.nrson. Mr. I.ouvo. IVIFTH ROIV: D. Roth. Downs. E. Smith. S. Berkes K. Kernpf. I.. Gryzhriel. II. Stanton. S. Joyce. SIXTH ROW: B. Sprague. S. Levin. A. Murray. B. Johnson. R. Sims. C. Hart. D. Nirklas, R. Deleo. P. Gondek. SEVENTH ROW: B. Boehm. D. Heuek. J. Kenefiek, D. Gloff. Ras- mussen, NI. Komasinski. K. Swanson. T. Greening. W. Storey. S'l'lfDENT STORE l"RU.YT R0l1': Nh Sims, Jacques. K. l71'civr. S. Nlvisvx Young. P. 'l'rmn. SlfC.Y?XD ICI HV: lx Cook. N. Kulvivn. P. Mwrnlmnlxlp. J. X411 KI. Jonvs. THIRD H0l1'.' l.. l.ym'l1 I7 nxc sm T. Ray. N. xlL'l'l'lIllI1ll. ll. lY:1g TUDE T im...-. TGRE C.-XNTEEN FRONT ROIV: Mr. Hnltgrcn. S. Sllircs. R. Tic-bcrt. J. Pontius. J. Olson. P. Oshinski, I.. Svhmidt, C. Pivszlmla. K. Olson, C. Smnclson. SECOND ROIV: M. Kuzin. I.. Pontius. N. Hill. S. Mviscr. J. Downs. J. Durcy. H. Slmrk, P. Migncry. B. Bnnkofl. S. Coher- son. THIRD HOIV: K. Stcvvnson, S. Uahr. I.. Waslllnskc. P. Brmvn. V. Miller. J. XQZIXVIUIA Bonclrvml. K, llultgrvn. C. Nvwnmn. Nl. Aclzuns. C. lNIillc1'. I"OI'R'l'H ROIV: N. l.nl7oun min. S. Swcnclsvn, Pclcrs. Slitnivk. J. Schlivk, L. Lockwood, B. Klillcr. S. Lcinwrxncl. B. Lindv, R. Pnhl. S. Joyce. FIFTII ROIV: J. Orxnsby, J. Rasnlnsscn, P. Haynic, M. Kmnasin- ' SCllXXllll lm skl. P. ' 'z 'xcn vrg, S. Lovin. R. Delco. P. Fox. S ..-Xrlnstnmg. B. Pmrscm. S. Pvus. B. Bartcls. CANTEE X HI-Y-FRONT ROW: J. Mathias, B. Bratkovic, T. Wiseman, C. Enyeart, M. Dreyer. SEC- OND ROW: D. Nickcll, F. Keen, S. Henry, P. McBride, D. Lauer, Weidner, Mr. Donoghue. THIRD ROW.' S. Major, R. Robinson, L. E. Krueger, H. Haberman, T. Kriesel, W. Millard, C. Baker, J. Ludwig, D. Kelly. THIRD ROW: C. Yentcs, N. Foldenauer, R. Stalbaum, R. Collison, V. Vernick, D. Abel, K. Rodgers, J. Kenefick. FIFTH ROW: B. Nowfel, G. Preihs, F. Bruemmer, M. Flotow, M. Bartlett, J. Grady, T. Cappy, S. Porter, D. Messina. SIXTH ROW: T. Robison, B. Pearce, G. Stephenson, K. Davis, A. Schroeder, T. Loveland, P. Zook, D. Plank. SEVENTH ROW.' B. Baker, D. Steinke, C. Bauer, D. Dunlop, D. Erickson, B. Bannwart, D. Gloff, D. Ambruso, T. Trotter. HI Y 964 TRI-HI Y 64 'IRI HI Y FRONT ROW.' B. Schroeder, Sherrick, B. Miller, E. Bergerson, Schoof M. Mathias, G. Walk, S. Vivian, K. Frcier. SECOND ROW: M. Grimm, A. Walls, S. Lyster B. Morrison, S. Shires, C. Bohlim, C. Samelson, K. Sprunger, B. Ingram, S. Meiser, Mrs Kercstury. THIRD ROW: K. Block, J. Jaques, J. Frank, L. Duffy, R. Tiebert, J. Pontius C Holloway, J. Furols, C. Lombard, L. Paholski. FOURTH ROW: Haack, Smith M.,All den, K. Ryba, J. Pieplow, K. Bryan, J. Zemrowski, L. Shikany, M. Thompson, P. Milgnery, J Utpatcl. FII'TH ROW.' B. Bankoff, P. Brown, P. Beebc, P. Benford, R. Pahl, N. Hill, D. Pal gel, S. Hedstrom. S. Snyder, C. Williams. SIXTH ROW: G. Stratton, B. Stcder, J. Mohamed J Ormsb K Mross Nesslcr y J C Sadenuater J Sehlick J Mitnick C Pahs C71zek SI V1N'IH ROW L Lockwood B Pearson P Schwartzenberg Johnson D Pearson M Szfecholda S Nlemann P Dempsey S Lemwand S Schoch '65 TRI HI-Y-FRONT ROIV: T. Shank, D. Yoder. P. Piecuch. B. Boehm, C. Brooker, T. Storey, A. Gleason, P. Fox, S. Armstrong, M. Aust, S. Urback, C. XVagner, S. Rousseau, D. Morse, P. Otto. R. Chapala, V. Wiencek, T. Ray. SECOND ROW: J. Clifford, P. Wash luski, J. Bohnstadt, E. Smith, Queen. S. Schoch. B. Lyons, K. Cook. D. Trojan, V. Woods, V. Chern, P. Monchamp, L. Lynch, S. Swendeen, B. Sprague. K. Prast, K. Swanson, Mrs. Munger. THIRD ROW: L. Rusboldt, D. Bischoff, B. Rieck, M. Kozin. L. Pontius, N. Mer- riman, S. Giberson, J. Boudreaux, Rasmussen. P. Wolf, J. Olson, K. Smith. K. Nall, B. Hoop, C. Markowski, B. Marquart. M. Willey. FOURTII ROW: N. Garlxacz, L. Glade, M. Herbert, S. Joyce, C. Wright, J. Downs, B. Graham, K. Purta, J. Pawlick, C. Hartwig, G. Steinheiser, L. Washluske, M. Beehinski, J. Dale. D. Dawson, J. Smiley. S. Hurley, K. Boza. FIFTH ROW: M. Schudz, K. Miller, P. Tell, L. Schmidt. C. Pieszechala, P. Haynie, Cas- sidy, N. Kubich, S. Zeman, C. Gardner. M. Noveroske. K. Barrios, L. Wlatson. J. Scholl, L. White, M. Johnson. M. Koester. SIXTH ROW: S. Connett, D. Lievense, G. Odle, P. Oshin- ski, S. Pevs, K. Olson, N. Bryce, G. Crutchfield. C. Cox, M. Adams, K. Pearson. Claeys, Egclske, V. Smith, M. Komaninski, C. Marciniak, A. Alden, K. Vernier. '6 TRI HI Y 766 TRI-HI-Y '66 TRI Hl-X-FRONT ROW: C. Olds, N. Deardorlf, T. Checolo, N. Bobinski, S. Ryba L. Mathias, H. Fraser, P. Plank, G. Timmons. SECOND ROW: C. Wlest, J. Habernian. R Beason, D. Cargile, S. Hollis, R. Deenbynum, D. Shustcr, K. Papineau, C. Logmann, L. Stibbe THIRD ROW: L. Sobecki. P. Engle, M. Abraham, S. Burns, J. Nickell. K. Meeee. P. Denlmy S. Woodruff, S. Loomis, L. Bartos. FOURTH ROW: B. Westphal, S. Parker, C. Novitske, L Anderson, M. Roth. J. Alexander. J. Johnson, C. Klaso, M. Payne, A. Krueger, L. Landrum FIFTH ROW: S. Warner, Z. Kaczmarek, K. Brown, E. Woelirle, E. Todd, D. Dickey, T Raska, G. Anderson, N. Prast. J. Long. SIXTH ROW: C. Siegmund, LI. Bohnstadt, C. Bear J. Lueth, C. Pliske, Jasicki, K. Thornburgh, S. VanVlack, J. Lynch, M. Schultz, D. Snyder SEVENTH ROW: L. LaTourette, K. Heddens, V. Miller, L. Grimm, J. Jovien, M. Eggers S. Peo, C. Boika, J. Ackil, B. West. LL..- COMET---FRONT ROW: P. Smiertelny, J. Frank, J. Pontius, J. Schoof, C. Bohlim, C. Sam- clson, Miss Calvert. SECOND ROW: M. Alden, L. Hedrick, C. Brooker, J. Bouclreau, S. Schocli, J. Duvy, Haack. THIRD ROW: H. Kcnnebrew, D. Abel, B. Kelly, M. Rusboldt P. Dempsey, K. Mross. FOURTH ROW: J. Callcs, B. Burgwald, K. Davis, D. Erickson, F. Szwnna, T. Harrold, N. Spear. CRI S COMET Peters. THIRD ROW: J. Mitnick, B. Miller, Mrs. Nightingale. ELS l 0 IA K. u ELSTONlANfFRONT ROW: T. Robison, R. Stallmum. J. Heuring, C. Bauer. SECOND ROW: M. Mathias, P. Brown, J. 96 BLACKFRIARS BLACKFRIARS-aI"RONT ROW: P. Fischer, A. Lowenthal, T. Shank, P. VnnSant. R. Bynum. D. Riley. S. Goetz. K. Brown. SECOND ROW: L. Duffy. Pearre, A. Gleason, K. Cook, C. Hopper, L. lloward, KI. Haberman, S. Shires. THIRD ROPV: B. Nygren, C. Marciniak. S. Lacher. Bradford. D. Abel. C. Dc- mos. N. Pecoraro, C. Hedges. S. Blumenfeld, H. Shock FOURTH ROW: B. Kelly. B. Burgwald, M. Bartlett, B. Ton, S. Martin, D. Flanigan. G. Kaminski, R. Stalbaum, J. Clements. EM U , WWJNXZWM 49325. W X Q5 pf AVA AVA--FRONT ROW: K. Evvrly, B. Nygren. L. Hedrick, L. Cryzlmcz. P. Davis. L. Howard. Miss Calvert. SEC- OND ROW: P. Ayars. R. Boyan, J. Clements, J. Oursler, C. Demos, C. Thorpe. THIRD ROW: J. Plc-w, J. Schlundt. S. Shaffer. R Svllavht, D. Cardincr. G. YVooclrufl. FOURTII ROW: F. Savona, R. Ashton, E. Shaw- lcy, Leonard, S. Malott, K. Lange, M. lNIcClnskey. PAlN'l'SPO'l'S'f-FRONT ROW: S. Henrirh, T. Dankert, S. Lys- tcr. SECOND ROW: Miss Gommer. B. Schroeder, L. Duffy. THIRD ROIfl".' 'l'. Storey, B. Sanders, S. Bartels. FOURTH ROW: V. Smith. C. Krivsel, D. Minzey. K. Lange. PAINTSPOT POTPOURRI-'FRONT ROW: D. Gibbs, L. Howard. K. Smith, Miss Wfilliams. SECOND ROW: S. Berkes, B. Kelly, S. Weber. THIRD ROW: V. Smith, B. Sprague, M. Johnson, M. Adams, P. Tell. FOURTH ROW: B. Diana, A. Gardner, T. Greening, M. Koester. FASHIONETTBSVV-FRONT ROVV: S. Hcnrirh, M. Gralilc, Belkicwitz. SECOND ROIV: B. Skierkowski, R. Bochnlein, D. Minzcy. lvlrs. Sparks. THIRD ROW: Smith, P. Rive. D. Gard- ner. FOURTH ROW: M. Muldoon, D. Wagner, C. Bclkiewitz, S. Steph:-ns. FIFTII ROW: S. Pawlak, K. Nc-vers, R. Holmes, M. VVozniak, S. Wiencek. POTPOURRI FA HIO ETTE B-TEAM CHEERLEADERS-left to right: K. Hultgrcn. S. Hollis, S. Erivkson, J. Jasicki, N. Fischer, NI. Payne. CHEERLEADER RED DERBIE VARSITY CIlllilfRl.lC.-XUIZRS -Id! fo riglzf: Alnrqllvs. K. Blofli, C. S:1clvnu'f1lcr. Cl. Picsyrlmla. Rl. Aclrlms. B. Ricvk, S. Klu- dig. RED l3ERlillCS--iff! lu lfglll: R. Pillll. x'lc'm'-p1'cwiclf'r1I: Miss Troxcl. spcmsrnt Marilyn Szccllulalxl. prvsiclvxlt. T 84 I--FRONT ROW: J. Wright, J. Santana, P. Wcstberg SECOND ROW: R. Kelsey. Kemp, J. Dipcrt. Switalski, Mr. Maxcy. THIRD ROW.' W. Bclue, R, Ruess, T. Beckman, Nich- olas . Paslt FOURTH ROW. R Foldcnauer R Z muntow- , J 'y- ' - , - vs ski, D. Swanson, D. Bobinski, J. Kolobuchowski, G, Couch. TR DE AN I DU TRY CAMERA CLUBM--FRONT ROIV: P. Ahrmidt. J. Cmnvron, R Sims, L. Mitnick. SECOND ROW: F. Savona, J. Konvalinka, T Robison, R. Caddo. THIRD ROIV: T, Oszusfik, Crott. E Shawlcy, E. Shustcr. L. YVysc. D. Recd. CAMER CL B T 81 I-FRONT ROW: J. Sommcrfcld, P. Stanton, D. Burkett, M. Ungurait, C. YVrigltt, D. Miller. SECOND ROIV: NI. Ku- baszczyk, D. Bolka, E. Denham. R. Klilzarck, D. Hyvnvr, R. Frod- Cnburg, N. Lowry. THIRD ROIV: R. Lane. G. Nizlhaffcy, Lcc L. Adrian, D. Brody, C. Bowmar. FOURTH ROPV: IW. Nil'ilt1i2lS: L. Klemz, R. Childress. R. Frazc, D. Nichols, B. Cox, R. Sturgeon. l"'l'A--FRONT ROW: Mr. Croft, L. Howard, L. Sobceki, L, Ruetcr, M. Jones, C. Baron. J llaherinan, Selioof. L. Ilaut. SECOND ROW: L. Miller, L. White, J. Seholl. S. Berkes. N Kuhiea, Jacobs. M. Noveroske. THIRD ROW: M. NVozniak. S. Snyder, C. Loekridgc, B Nforrison, B. Sanders, B. Shipley, S. Hurley, P. Ahrendt. FOURTH ROIV: F. Price, V. Cash- baugh, J. Sherriek. S. Tolehinsky. P. Matthews, C. Cox. C. Gerkin. P. VanSant, C. Gardner EIETII ROW: B. Pearson. C. Newman, M, Adams, L. Logniann, M. Mason, P. Tell. C Dierdorf. Nieniann. SIXTH ROW: E. Bergerson, S. Lcinwand. M. Aust. T. Ray, B. Skier- kowski, C. Kaeding. J. Zepik, R. Chapala. D. Pearson. SEVENTH ROW: T. Robison. D Niekell. D. Steinke, P. Dodson. T. Greening. B. Diana. D. Nicklas. R. Applegate. FUTURE TE CHER OF AMERICA GAA CAA- FRONT ROW: B. Sanders. C. Johnston, P. Lowery, P. VanS:1nt. Mrs. Raisor. SECOND ROW: N. Prast, C. Logmann, K. Met-ee. S. Loomis, S. Kindig. THIRD ROW: K. Nall, D. Payne, M. Hutton, R. Fly. P. Ross. C. LCC. FOURTH ROW: A. Reed, K. Prast, W. Boekner. P. Davis, S. Cotton. LATIN CLUBA FRONT ROW: N. LaFountain, N. Marshall, B. Skierkowski, R. Stuart, B. Miller. SECOND ROW: D. Johnson, M. Smith, L. Steele, P. Novak, S. Joyce, V. Wiencek, R. Pahl, Miss Henry. TIIIRD ROW: C. Baker, S. Bolka, J. Beektell, C. Baron, J. Mason, J. School, J. Nussinan, Sobecki. FOURTH ROW: C. Hamlin, B. Rieek, V. Miller, T. Shank, I.. Bowley, J. Jacobsen, M. Yoder, P. Sydow, S. Novreske. FIFTH ROW: C. Krueger, B. Steder, M. Wozniak, R. Schlundt, B. Pier, J. Dale, T. Staroba, B. Bartels. SIXTH ROW: S. Matthews, S. Breed, B. Sprague, M. Komasinski, G. Kaeding, J. Zepik, K. Smidt, K. Prast. SEVENTH ROW: B. Jania, T. Wilson, N. Foldenauer, D. Lauer, C. Yentes, P. McBride, D. Aultnmu, R, Collison, K. Rogers, B. Kelly. EIGHTH ROW.' D. Schroeder, F. Savona, B. Ol- son, T. Greening, J. Blackburn, T. Trotter, E. Hurst, D. Kelley, J. Kenefick. FRENCH CLUB---FRONT ROIV: B. Lyons, K. Cook, Czizck, K. Freier, S. Raatz. L. Log- innn. SECOND ROW: C. Samelson, D. Gibbs, S. Shires, S. Meiser, S. Swendsen, K. Smith. TIIIRD ROW: K. Block, K. Vernier, J. Olson, J. Frank, M. Kozin, L. Lunch, A. Alden, J. Weed, J. Pontius. FOURTH ROW: A. Gleason, B. Bush, C. Cox, B. Reuer, B. Shipley, V. Woods. l.. Gryzbnrz, S. Dickinson, S. Weber, C. Brown. FIFTH ROW: B. Linde, K. Purta, A. Reed, D. Trojan, S. Blumenfeld, C. Brooker, H. Shock, C. Gerkin, Downs. SIXTH ROW: M, Koester, E. Bergerson, R. Greco, P. Dodson, B. Diana, K. Johnson, T. Cruise, S. Armstrong, Claeys, B. Graham. LATI CLUB FRE CH CLUB Ili? GERINIAN CLUB-FRONT ROW: Haack, L. Glade, L. lNilson, L. Duffy, P. Monehamp C. Bohlitn, Mr. Hibbs. SECOND ROW: J. Craig, T. Giese, M. Herbert, R. Bootz, L. Hunn S. Hurley, M. Novcroske. THIRD ROW.' P. Ahrendt, W. Mueller, M. Szecholda, R. Bandur- slti, M. Aust, C. Hartwig, C. Gardner, B. Ostwald. FOURTH ROW.' D. Rhoads, T. Darrow, R. Hansen, W. Johnson, Jahnz, D. Plank, Henry. FIFTH ROW: A. Palm, E. Susnis, L. Job, T. Cofer, P. Kintzele, R. Swinehart, R. Kemp, D. Kambs. GERMA CLUB SPANISH CLUB-FRONT ROW: V. Vernick. S. Leinwand, S. Levin, K. Valentine I Lockwood, M. Bartlett, Mr. Hakim. SECOND ROW.' D. Roth, M. Jones, P. Trout, C. W llt B. Bankoff, L. Howard, Headley. THIRD ROW.' S. Rekese, C. Kohler, K. Burhop C Froehlke, F. Jakubowski, N. Kubica, E. Smith, J. Olson. FOURTH ROW: C. Dicrdorf, M C IJ U B Miller, B. McGowan. VVilley, P. Schwartzenberg, A. Gardner, Turner, Ncsslcr, J. Rasmussen. K. Bohm FIFTH ROIV: J. Boudreau, D. Matthews, D. Nicklas, J. Garrcttson, R. Delco, II. Hibncr D 103 CPHCMCRE MATH CLUB SOPHOMORE MATH CLUB- FRON7' ROW: G. Timmons, L. La- Tonrcttc, G. Ritter, J. Clements, Mr. Grims. SECOND ROW: N. Hccg, P. Fisclu-r, J. Hvclstrmn. K. Westphal. II. Burl. THIRD ROW: J. Pearvc-, M. Kintzc-lc, J. Alvxanclcr, M. Knury. P. Plank. S. Parkcr. FOURTH ROW: V. Miller. G, Collins, R. Buy- vr. N. Pt-cnram, J. Bzlrtt-ls. A JR.-SR. MATII CLUB-FRONT ROW: N. Mnrsllzlll, Olson. C. Vlright. S. Rantz, J. Zz-pile. SECOND ROW.' Mr. Prc-sscr. M. Mathias, P. Brown, R. Stuart. B. lNIillCr, L. Bowl- lxy, Bvrktcll. THIRD ROW: S. Malt-cki. K. Cook. L. Lynch, Jacob- son. K. Vcrnivr, S. Bt-rkvs, S. Shircs. I"OIIR'I'II ROW: P. Gunclek, L. llunn. Pcturs, B. Ricvk. Turner, K. Prast, J. Vawtcr, S. Hurley. IfIF'I'Il ROW: S. Joyce, 'l'. Gicsc, Kl'llt'li4'k, C. Yvntvs, R. Collison, B. Kc-lly, D. Alu-l. B. Skit-rkowski, J. Czizck. SIXTH ROW: P. MrBriclc. P. Dnclsfm, D. Uvlcskv, 'lf Greening, E. Snsnis, K. Lange, M. Smith. G. Prcihs. JU ICR- E ICR M TH CLUB 104 CIRLS' CHORUS,-FRONT ROW.' H. Olson. S. Dierdorf. P. Tortoriei. D. Gardner. K. Morro, J. Wagner, D. Holden. J. Falho, D. Shuster. SECOND ROW: J. Carpenter. P. Srliuli, C. Eldridge. S. Culloni, Tlnlmerilinn, NI. Janicki. N. Hakes. B. Alexander, NI. Beekman. L. llout, Mr. Tiinlmerlzxke. THIRD ROW: S. Ryden. D. YVitner. F. Oviatl. A. Mitchell, Pfllznn- hlin. S. Yvnriivr. P. Sydow. C. Kohn. L. Bowerinnn. D. SZyIllZ1IlSkl. A. Carinona. FOIIRTII ROW: S. xVllll2llil'l', K. Brown. S. Dnnton. P. Selke. M. Johnson, Johnson. K. Butts, B. Saunders. Bradforcl, J. Kietznmn. FIFTII ROW: M. Bolinstadt. J. Boehnlein. K. Hultgrvn. li Linkowski. C. Martin. S. l.nFollc-tie. M. Collier, G. Hofhnnn, V. Falls, D. Broyles, B. Wil- liznns. SIXTH ROIV: Bird. B Holden. Avkil, C-. YVt-idnvr, IW. Birdsong. Smith. ll. Phipps, l.. Dunlap. B. Boclnn. D. Sllarkey. Girls' Chorus Concert Chorus CONCERT CHORUS-FRONT ROW: P. Keeney, B. Lyons. K. Maynard, S. Woodruff, C. Whalen, J. Durnnl, lNI. McNeal, P. Tucker, D. Forgash. SECOND ROW: C. Whitlow. S. Larson, P. Wolf, C. LaBergc, J. Bohnstadt, M. Olwccan, T. Mclnyk. M. Burkhart, J. Hed- stroin, J. Nnssnmn, J. Nickcll, S. Peters, P. Clark. THIRD ROW: Mr. Timberlake, D. Han- sen, L. Stibbe, S. Wolod. I.. Anderson, M. Roth, C. Newman. B. Ecllen, K. Riehmann. P. Crania, K. Plcwak, L. Landrum, A. VVanke. FOURTH ROW: C. Brooker, B. Hoop, K. Wise, P. Allen, J. Boudreau. E. Ramsey. C. Cerkin, D, Eisensee, J. Egilske, K. Heddens. C. Stratton. C. Pahs, D. Yoder. FIFTH ROW: B. Stantz, L. Spicer, E. Wochrle, E. Todd, P. Tell, M. Ko- niasinski, E. Adams, R. Boehnlein, S. Wolgast, K. Will, P. Sass, NI. Jaspcrson. MADRIGALS A CAPPELLA MADRIGALS-FRONT ROW: L. Graham, M. Yoder, S. Cross, Mohammed, A. Gard- ner, M. Aust, M. Herbert, C. Froehlke, Mr. Timberlake. SECOND ROW: S. Northrop, R Stalbaum, C. Bauer, T. Cowen, J. Meyer, M. Flotow, C. West. A CAPPELLA-FRONT ROW: T. Flanigan, G. Courington, G. Odle, B. Ingram, M. Hering K. Vernier, P. Washluske, J. Weed, L. Graham. SECOND ROW: B. Rieek, S. Swendsen, M Herbert, Bohislawski, L. Dingman, C. Froehlke, N. LaFountain, M. Yoder, P. Brown, T Whitlow Mr. Timberlake. THIRD ROW: D. Rhoads, S. Northrop, R. Wildhart, M. John- son, M. Aust, J. Mohammed, J. Schlick, D. Matotte, L. Johnson. FOURTH ROW: R. Jones R. Robinson, D. Nickell, P. Schwartzenberg, C. Bauer, R. Stalbaum, P. Noveroske, C. West A. Gardner, S. Cross. FIFTH ROW: M. Flotow, P. Dodson, R. Witek, B. Shiels, M. Hester T. Ritchie, A. Schroeder, E. Hurst, E. Mayo. 106 I , -., ff 'v 1 ww wf W W A 1 v 'Q , .4 4 i l 1 1 :gf ry: N Q 2 'Wi I iq. .,4- ? 4 5 - Y 'f ' ,-. . ' 'wflf K' 4. X ' v ' ' . . . V A - 6, . KG' xx -'R i X . 1 lk F' . QT... - H' - A V .1 V. l- J 'E'-6' w - jk ,'jQy,35 ' , S' ,..A,. ,, I ' 5 y. H W-, . , . fu, I ffm L 'W' W, W A V 1 1 1 W gp V1.5 ' .4 1 5 Ya f E'--A ,yx., x V Q51 17 WW. .Q T .. l -. ' ' 1 'f l 5i P " + um " 1 ' - - , Q 4 ' yr ' wr A , A , - X QQ Eu 1 1:5 A- , " -05 . : : H lm j Q .az j ' , - fl , 4 E lwklggg 'ry' y K I Aw E, N - ' '. ff ' 'f,'F2f5fQy 'S' 35. A ' X' 414,55 - g 1' Q if ' ff 512 wg' f ' 'if ,., 1 , U " f 'ld' ' If 1 i y X 7 ' k Al . A 4' A w h xx J., X R i Q NN ,D 4 i f , my I X ? W i I 4 r X 4 N 4 2 . r I w r 15 n . ' Q-I QQ li i Q. with - ig? ,QA- ,zfgf , ,ii fi fr . k 1 , Q' 'f ,v ' ia x, , J K . , X Q jim 51351 . 1 X M .i 32711 'J I 5 1 1 we I K V K X' R' :'?i9"':ff'uiifl ' 4 f KE HQ, ,Qk5f,hft3.,,L 1 . Q-if i . fnxgagz A mv' K ,Wk A. V 9.314 4.1 , ,iLL. X, Sc 'Q Wfbzw , J zuwg fa pi' rms' if These are the people of Elston- over 2100 students, nearly 90 teachers and administrators, and a small force of maintenance men and dieticians converge upon the build- ing each school day. Duties and interests and activities are diverse, but there is a unified interest in the school. The depth of this mutual interest of pupils and teachers and workers determines the success of the schoolg thus the focus is on People New faces 1n admmlstratlon mark 1964 Nvw pvuplt' ztllcl positions rt-tlt-ctt-cl thc growth of lilstoifs ztclministrzi- tion in 1963-6-P. .-Xftvt' ont' st'nit'stt'i' as priiicipul of Burkct' -Iuiiior High School. Mr. XYLll'I'l'l1 .Imivs was wvl- comccl us lilstoifs nvw principal. The chitics of ztssistzmt-principal wvrc slizirvcl by Hr. Hztmlcl XYt'g1iC1' and Mr. l"rzu1k Nowak. Mr. Robvrt Ruisor, rvttirning from at YCZIIJS study :tt Iiicliztiizt Uliivvrsity, bcczimc thc Director of Scconclziry liclticatioii, co-orcliiittting tht' cur- riculum of thc scnioi' :tml junior high Schools. O01 BOARD SIAIID MIS Cricc Spiiiow 191 P Plcrki. trt'ast11'cr: Mr. XV:iltc-r Xvl'IlliZlIlCi, pitsicltnt SIANDING Mx I1 PILSIOHCHIXCII stcittntix M1 :1i11cSD. Young. Z ff! 4 K -fQ,f" in N L -- Q' " X XX'arren jones , L 5, Principal 10? -eggs-K llarolcl Vlegner Frank Nowak Assistant Prineipal Assistant Principal lX'Ir. Robert Raisor. llireetor of Seeonclarv Education: Blr. Georie lN1elntire. Director ol' Healtll and Service: lN1rs. Janice Breed, Director of Giliclance. ,i lRE'llARlliS--Kliss llzlrriet lX'rigl1l zinc Nlrs. Lueille Larson. i lr fiur yn Dui .Swan Mbnnf Q ' L f N fi S Audio-Visual Direetorz Nliss llntli Keinena 113 iv., FACULTY 114 CHARLES ABRAHAM-Commercial1 Drivers Trainingg Hall Patrol Sponsor. DOUGLAS ADAMS-Social Studiesg Drivers Training: Basketball Coach. WILMA AHRENDT-Library Clerk. ROBERT AIGNER-Counselor, JOHN ALMON--Counselor. ARNOLD BASS-Social Studies: Sophomore Class Sponsor. GENEVIEVE BONFIELD-English. PAUL BYRD-Counselor. NANCY CALVERT-Journalismg J u n i o r Class Sponsor: COMET Sponsorg A.V.A. Sponsor. ROBERT CASSIDYfCo1nmcrcial. GARTH COBBUM--Commercialg Treasurer. WILMA COMMER-Art: Craftg Paintspots Sponsor. RICHARD COOK--Commercial: Junior Class Sponsorg Tennis Coach. JERRY CRIPE-Healthq Safety: Wrestling Coach. MAX CROFT-HHealthg F.T,A. Sponsor. RUTH CURTIS--English. MILDRED DAHLBERG-Librarian: Dahlitc- Sponsor. ROGER DONOGHUE-Social Studiesg Hi-Y Sponsor. PHYLLIS DURAND-Englishg Senior Class Sponsorg Radio News Club Sponsor. EVELYN EHRET-Nurse. MADELINE FERGUSON-Foods. BRUCE FISCHER-Safetyg Track Coach. HUBERT CRIFFIS-Mathematicsg Social Studiesg Sophomore Math Club Sponsor HUSSEIN HAKIM-Spanish: Spanish Club Sponsor. HELEN HALL-Commercial. JERALD HALPIN-Englishg Blackfriars Sponsorg Golf Club Sponsor. RONALD HARDEN--Electric Shopg VE Shop. PATRICIA HARVEY-English: '66 Tri-Hi-Y Sponsor. TOM HENDRICKS-Band: Dance Band. BERNICE HENRY--Latin: Latin Club Sponsor. EDWARD HIBBS---German: German Club Sponsor. GEORGE HULTGREN-Chcmistryg Canteen Sponsor: Sponsor. JEROME KARSTENS-Safety: Football Coach. Golf Club 5 FACULTY 7,9 HARLAN KATZwSocial Studies. JUDITH KERESTURY-Commercial: '64 Tri-I-Ii-Y Sponsor. DOROTHY KING--English. CALVIN KITCHELL-Counselor. ROSS KUSZMAUL-Machine Shopg VM Shopg Swimming Coach. RICHARD LAMB-Physical Educationg Drivers' Trainingg Basket- ball Coach. ELOISE LEE-Commercial. C. D. LONZO-Social Studies: Honor Society Sponsorg junior Concessions Sponsor. BARBARA LOOTENS-Frenchg French Club Sponsor. FACULTY 93 ELIZABETH MUNGER-Englishg ,65 Tri-Hi-Y Sponsor. JAMES NICHOLAS-Auto Shopg VA Shopg Welding. MARY NIGHTINCALE--Englishg ELSTONIAN Sponsor. THOMAS O'NElLL-Ccrmang German Club Sponsor. VICTOR OVERMAN-Social Stuclicsg Drivers' Trainingg Foot- hall Coach. DAVID PARRY-Physical Education: Student Council Spon- sorg Baseball Coach. HELEN POHL--Englishg Thcspian Sponsor. RICHARD PRESSER-Mathemativs: Junior-Scnior Math Club Sponsor. EDWINA RAISOR-Physical Educationg G.A.A. Sponsor. BERNARD LOOTENS-Social Stuclicsg Senior Class Sponsor HARRY LYKENS+Mathcmatics. EARL MCNALLY-Mechanical Drawing: Drivers' Trainingl Track Coach. BERNICE MANN-Commercial. SHELDON MAXEY-DCE: T 8.1 I Club Sponsor. NEWTON MEER-Wood Shopg PM Shop. ELMER MILLBRANTH'-Mathematics3 Athlctif Director. DELBERT MILLER4Aulo Shop: PM Shop: Chccrlcaclcrs Spon sorg Golf Coach. ww I I Y' ,' , gg. -gef., H -T12 iv- f f 3' ARTHUR RHOADS-Social Studies: Hall Mrmitittwrs Sponsor. GORDON ROBISON-Physics: Chemistry: Canicra Club Sponsor. SARAH ROGERS--Frvncli. LOUIS ROSSiCoxnnivriCal: Hall Patrol Sponsor. VVALLACE. SACKS+McChaniCal Drawing 3 Blue Print. NOEL SCHLEGELMILCH-Safety: Foot- ball Coach. MANUEL SILVERMAN---English. JAMES SIMS---Mathematics: Student Store Sponsor. L. W. SMITH-Chemistry. DENNIS SORGE--Matlicnlativs. MARY LOU SPARKS-Foods: Clothing Health: Fashioncttc Sponsor. RICHARD SPA RKS-Commercial. THOMAS SPARKS-Arch. Drawingg Tech. Drawing MARION SPRAGUE-Social Studies. CHARLOTTE TAYLORvEnglish. LEWIS TIMBERLAKE-Vocal Musicg Macl- rigals Sponsor. ROBERTA TROXEL-English: Spanishg Red Derbics Sponsor. FLORENE TROYER-Counselor. JEANETTE URQUHART-Commercial: Soph omorc Class Sponsor. DEIDRE WILLIAMS-Englishg Potpourri Spon- SOI. 4--fo Senior Class officers: Steve Major, president, Kim Freier, secretary: Kent Lange, vice-president. Senior Class sponsors: Mr. Loot- ens, Mrs. Durand. , Nl X' Senior year crowns school career To Elston's seniors 1964 was the pinnacle of a three year climb in education and experience. It began with a new-felt togetherness sparked by the fun and laughter of the sophomore Mardi Gras party, it ended with a slow paced walk to a solemn song. The junior year brought tests of class unity, and with the support of sponsors Mrs. Durand and Mr. Lootens, the bonds held strong. Busy nights of concessions work were rewarded when a tired but excited class saw their Soirce clans Granada mature from paper, paint, and ideas to a memorable Prom night. Led by President Steve Major, Vice-president Kent Lange, and Secre- tary Kim Freier, the seniors plunged into their final yearis activities-term papers, SAT's, col- lege applications, senior fun. It ended with a di- ploma and a handshake in the big gym where for three years seniors had eaten lunch and attended dances and watched basketball games. if. an I'-,-PC ir. ,- 3.Z:Z2,i1ig8 5 iI g- Ei?-T-? i 53' QV ,tw Valedictorian Ruth Pahl ' x , 1 V ,f I , I lv.. ,N , , ,, , N , fl ,av If tx mp JC in Slit Pat Dodson National hlerit Scholarsliip Finalist Carl Bauer S.A.R. Citizenship Award sEN1oR HoNoRs Top Ten Ruth Pahl Mary Mathias Andrew Palm Frederick Stockwell Sandra Bolka David Plank Karla Sprungcr Donald Abel Barbara Bankolf Judy Nlitnick Salutatorian Mary Mathias National Nlcrit Scholarship Finalist 15:- Andrew Palm Kirk Rogers National Merit Sunnncr Exchange Studi-nt Scholarship Finalist . . Ronald Jones Klm Freler Winner of 1962 Chicagoland D.A.R. Citizenship Award Music Festival Conti-st 'ZZ,T"?x 'Y B RUTH BANDURSKI--German Club 1,3. BARBARA BANKOFF-Honor Society 2,33 Steering Committee 23 Homecoming 33 Science Seminar 13 Canteen l,2,33 Dahlites 132,33 Jr. Concessions 23 Red Derbies 1,33 Jr. Play 23 Jr. Prom 2: Spanish Club 2,33 Latin Club 2,33 Math Club 1,23 Tri-Hi-Y 2,3. BOB BANNWART--Jr. Rotarian 33 Steering Committee 23 Class President 23 Track 1,2,33 Football 1,2,33 Hall.Monitors 3g Hall Patrol 132,33 Hi-Y 132,33 Jr. Concessions 23 Soph. Party lg Jr. Prom 2. CONNIE BARD-Homecoming 13 Canteen 13 Dahlites 1,2,33 Jr. Concessions 23 Red Derbies 1,153 Jr. Play 23 Soph. Party li Jr. Prom 23 Blackfriars 13Tri-Hi-Y 1,2. MERLYN BARTLETT-Ilonor Society 2,31 Steering COTTIITUXYCC 123 Ilomecoming 33 Exchange Student 23 Football 1,2333 Swim Team 13 Ilall Nlonitors 2,153 Hall Patrol 2,33 Hi-Y 1,2,33 Jr. Con- cessions 23 Jr. Play 23 Jr. Prom 23 Spanish Club 2,33 Blackfriars 2,32 Jr. Lion 33 "The King and Ii' 2. MARY ANNE BARRETT--G.A.A. 1323 Soph. Party 1: .Ir. Prom 23 Latin Club 1,23 F.B.L.A. 2g Girls' Chorus lg Tri-Hi-Y l: F.T.A. 1,23 Photo Club 33 Library Club 1,23 Radio Club 1,23 Pep Club 2. BEVERLY BARTELS+Steering Committee 33 Canteen 2,33 Jr. Concessions 23 Red Derbies 1,3, Jr. Play 23 Soph. Party 13 Latin Club 2,153 Math Club 23 "Oklahoma" 1. SANDRA BARTELS-f-G.A.A. 1,23 Jr. Concessions 23 Red Der- bies 1 3 Cheering Block 1 3 Paint Spots 2,3. CARL BAUER-Honor Society 2,33 Steering Committee 13 Homecoming 23 Thespians 2,33 Student Council 2,33 Boys' State 23 Hall Patrol 23 Hi-Y 2,33 Jr. Concessions 2g ELSTONIAN 2,33 Soph. Party 13 Jr. Prom 2: .A Cappclla132.33 Madrigals 1,2,3Z .IFA Lion 33 "Oklahoma'1 13 1'The King and 1" 23 "Amahl and the Night Visitors" 1. Seniors DONALD ABEL-Thespians 2,33 Student Council 1,23 Science Seminar 1,23 Hi-Y 2,33 Jr. Concessions 23 CRIMSON COMET 2,35 I.U. Journalism Institute 33 Jr. Play 23 Jr. Prom 23 German gllub 1,23 Math Club 2,33 Blackfriars 1,2,33 "The King and 1" LOREN ADRIAN-T 8: I Club 233. MARY ALDEN-G.A.A. 13 Tri-Hi-Y 1,31 Red Derbies 1.33 CRIMSON COMET 153 Soph. Party lg Blackfriars 1. GLORIA ALLEN-Red Derbies 1,2,33 Cheering Block 1,2,33 German Club l,2,33 Girls' Chorus 1,23 Laboratory Technology ,2,3. PATRICIA ALLEN BOB AKlNSfBaseball 23 Tennis Team 33 Jr. Prom 2. ROBERT APPLEGATE7Cross Country 23 Hall Monitors 23 Hi-Y 23 Jr. Prom 23 F.T.A. 3. JEFF ARMOURfJr. Prom 23 German Club 2. ROBERT ASHTON-Honor Society 2,33 Canteen 2,33 Hall Pa- trol 2,33 Jr. Concessions 2: Soph. Party lg Jr. Prom 23 Spanish Club 1,2gA.V.A. 1,2,3. 2 if Seniors DICK BAUCII fllall Monitors l1A Cappella l.2,31 Madrigals 1,2,3. HARRY BAZIEMORE BILL BEACII- Trafk 21 Basketball I1 Football 21 Swim Team 2: I'Iall Monitors l,21 Jr. Prom 21 Boys' Cliorus 3. WVAYNE BEAVER MERRY BICCKMAN--Cl.A.A, I 1 Girls' Chorus 3. PEGGY BIQEBIQ- 'I-Iall Monitors 31 Tri-Hi-Y 31 Jr. Proni l. CINDY IIEISHLINE--Honor Soricty 2.31 Canteen li Dahlites l,2,3g Jr. Concessions 21 Red Derbies lg Jr. Play 21 Soph Party lg Jr. Prom 21 Latin Club 1,21 Math Club 21 Blackfrairs 1: Tri-Hi-Y 1,2. JACKIE BELK I EWITZ-Fasliionettes 3. PEGGY BENFORD-Counselors' Assistants l,2,31 Red Dcrbies 2.31 Chevring Block 3: Jr. Prom 21 Tri-Hi-Y 1,2,3. 1 --af LT' YN-uv ELLIE BERGERSON -C.A.A. l1 Office Messengers 2.31 Jr. Con- cessions 2: Red Derlwies 3: Jr. Play 21 Jr. Prom 21 French Club fl: Tri-Hi-Y l,2,3. REBECCA BETHKE-Cheering Block 1.15. CATHY BIEDERSTAEDT-Canteen 21 Tri-I-Ii-Y 1.21 Jr. Con- cessions 2g Red Dcrbies 2.31 Soph. Party 1: Blackfriars l. JILL BIRD-Girls' Chorus 1.2. JIM BLACKBURN-Latin Club ii. BARBARA BLANK KIM BLOCKfI-Iomecoxning' 31 Cheerleaders l,2,31 Hall Moni- tors 2: Jr. Play 2: Soph Party lg Jr, Prom 2: French Club 2.14: Math Club 21 Tri-Hi-Y 2,3. ROBERT BLUHM-Hall Monitors 2,35 German Club l,2. SUE BLUMENFELDfJr. Coneessions 23 Jr. Prom 23 French Club 1,2,3g Blackfriars 35 Tri-Hi-Y 2. fn? 46 6 Semors DAVID BOBINSKI-T ck I Club 2,3. RITA BOEHNLEIN-Rcd Derbies 1,2,3g Spanish Club 25 Fash- ionettes 1,2,3g Girls' Concert Chorus 3. TERRY BOGUSLAWSKI CHERYL BOHLIM-Cheerleaders 25 Tri-Hi-Y 2,31 Red Dcr- bies 35 Cheering Block 35 CRIMSON COMET 2,3g Jr. Play IZ German Club 3. KATHLEEN BOHNE-Spanish Club 3g Jazz Band l,2g Band 1,2,3. DIANA BOLKA-G.A.A. 1. EUGENE BOLKA SANDRA BOLKA-Honor Society 2,35 G.A.A. 1: jr. Play 2g Jr. Prom 25 Latin Club 2,35 Medical Technology Club l,2,3. JANET BONISLAWSKI-Red Derbics lg Jr. Prom 23 Girls' Chorus 1 g Acappella 2,3 g Mixed Chorus 2. JERRY BOOTCHECK-Hall Monitors 2. ADOLPH BOOTZ ROXANN BOOTZ-Science Seminar 1,23 G.A.A. 15 CRIM- SON COMET 2g German Club 3. DORAN BOUDREAU KAREN BOWMAN-Red Dcrbics 1,2,3. CARL BOWMAR--T K I Club 2,3. TED BRINK-Track 2g Swim Team 2,3g German Club 23 Ush- ers 2,3. DICK BROOKS CAROL BROWN--Hall Monitors lg French Club 3. Q Seniors HAROLD BROWN-AFootball 2,31 Hall Patrol 3. JAMES BROWN' 7-jr. Concessions 2: Spanish Club 1: Band l 2 3 PAMELA BROWN, -Honor Society 2.3: Steering Committee 1: I'IOIIll'CUII1lIlg' 2.15: Canteen l.2.1l: Oflict- IN'Icssenger l: Tri-Hi-Y 1,2,3g Concessions 2: Elstonian 3: jr. Play 2: Soph. Party 1: jr. Front l.2: Clnss St'cret:ti'y l: Latin Club 2: lNIatli Club 2.33 A Cappella 2.3: Mixed Chorus l: "King :incl I" 2. VVILLIE BROWN---Track l: lYrestling 1: Boys' Chorus 2: Mixed Chorus 3. FRED BRUEMMER---I-Ii-Y 3. NORMAN IBRUEMNIICR Cc-mian Club 2. CATIIY BRYAN' Student Council 2: Counselors' Assistant 3: Tri-Hi-Y l,2,3: Red Derbies 2,31 Crimson Comet 3: Jr. Prom 2. NAOMI BRYANT- -F.B.L.A. 3. RONNIE BRYANT' -Red Derbies 2: Cheering Block 2: Jr. Prom 2: F.B.I..A. l. 'U 122514 1 -,-Q 'WNsr?bfAxd fkv, C' ' Wd 2335 535 5 :XEKQQ-1:5-3 piss-QEJ MATTHEW BUD+Spanish Club 2: Math Club 2. BERYLE BURGYVALD- -Student Council l 1 Crimson Comet 2,31 Jr. Play 2: Black Friars 2.3. KAREN BURHOPgSpanisli Club 3. DYVIGHT ll. BURKHARTA--Wrestling fl: Play 2: Jr. Prom 2: Sr. Play 2: "King and I" 2. STEVE BURNETT-Cross Country 2.3: Track 2.3: Football I. SHARON BYERS RUSSELL CADDO DENNIS CADY JOSEPH CANIERON- -A.V.A. 3: Camera Club 3. 1 43' EI '73 1 Seniors JEANNE CAIVIINIETT-G.A.A. 15 Hall lwlonitors 2,33 Jr. Prom 25 T St I Club 2. DEANNA CARNES JANE CARPENTERfOHiCe assistant 3. DAN CASSLER-Cross Country 2,35 Track 25 Hall Monitor 2: Jr. Red Cross 2, CRIMSON COMET 2: A.V.A. l. BRUCE CAVIGGIOLA BARBARA CHAPPELL-German Club 2. MIKE CHASE-Pep Band 1,2,3g Band 1,2,3. BARBARA CHRISTMAN PAM CLARK-Hall Monitor 15 Girls' Chorus 2,3. BARBARA COLLIER-G.A.A. 15 Red Dcrbies 25 Girls' Chorus 1. DALE COLLINGS RICHARD COLLISONfHomecoming 33 Hi-Y 3, jr. Play 25 Jr. Prom 25 Latin Club 2.31 lNIath Club 3: Blackfriars 35 Pep Band 1,2 5 Jazz Band 1,25 Dance Band 11 Band l. DENNIS COLVIN+Baseball 1,25 Counselors' Assistant 1. BONNIE LOU COTTINGHAM CONNIE COUGI-I GEORGENE COUCH-Hall Monitors 1,25 Jr. Red Cross 1,23 EIILNSSON COMET 2: Jr. Play 35 T 8: I Club 2,35 Writer's u ,3. GLORIA COURINGTON-Cheering Block 21 German Club 1: Blackfriars 1,25 A Cappella 3: Mixed Chorus 1,2. THOMAS JOHN COWAN--Honor Society 2,35 Homecoming 25 Homecoming Master of ceremonies 35 Thespian 2,35 Jr. Con- cessions 2: Jr. Play 2g Paint Spots 15 Blackfriars 1: A Cappella 1,2,35 Madrigals 2,35 "Oklahoma" 15 "King and I" 2. Seniors JAMES B. COX-Hall Monitors 2,33 Hall Patrol 2. MIKE CRAIG-Baseball 1. PEGGY CRAMA-Canteen 2, Jr. Prom 25 Girls, Concert Choir 3, Sr. Girls' Chorus 2. TEDDY CREUTZBERG JACK CRISWELL-Swim Team 1 g Hall Monitor 1. WILLIAM CROOK-CRIMSON COMET 2. SUE CROSS-Thespians 2,33 Student Council 33 Hall Monitor 3g Tri-Hi-Y 2: Jr. Concessions 2, Red Derbies 1,3g Jr. Play 2, Jr. Prom 2, Latin Club 2: A Cappella 2,3g Mixed Chorus lg Madriiqals 35 "Amahl K Night Visitors" lg "Oklahoma" lg King 8: I" JOHN CROZIER BONNIE CYRNES JOHN CUMMINGS-Jr. Red Cross 1,23 Forum Club l. WILLIAM CURRY JOHN CURTIS-Homecoming 3: Student Council 1,2,3q Swim Team l,2,33 Hall Monitors 3: Jr. Concessions 2g Jr. Prom 2. JANET CZIZEK-Student Council 2: Office Messengers 2,3g Tri-Hi-Y 1,2,3g Jr. Concessions 2: Cheering Block 1,35 Jr. Play 25 Soph. Party l 3 French Club 2,33 Math Club 3. KATHY DABBERT TRUDY DANKERT-Jr. Red Cross 23 Tri-Hi-Y 2g Red Der- bies 2,3 3 Jr. Prom 23 Paint Spots 2,3. TERRY DARROW-Wrestling 33 Hi-Y 2,33 Cheering Block 2,35 German Club l,2,3. KENT DAVIS-Steering Committee 1,2, Homecoming 3, D.A.R. Award 3: Golf Team 23 Track 1: Tennis Team l,2,3g Hall Monitors 1,2,3: Hall Patrol 3: Hi-Y l,2,3: Jr. Concessions 2g CRIMSON COMET 33 Soph. Party lg Jr. Prom 2. PEGGY DAVIS-G.A.A. 1.2.31 Hall Monitor 31 Jr. Concessions 23 Red Derbies 1,33 Jr. Play 2g Jr. Prom 25 Latin Club 2. 5 'fv' N. 52. 435' WCA? .JN nv- A ' 12,2 Abt PATRICK DODSON--I-Ionor Society 2,33 Science Seminar 1,2333 Track l,2,33 Hall Monitors 33 Hall Patrol 132,33 Cheering Block 3: Fl'CIlC'll Club I,2,3g Math Club 2,33 F.T.A. 33 A Cap- pella 33 Mixed Chorus 2. RONALD DOMBKOWSKI ROGER DOWNS--Hall Monitors 2. SUZANNIQ DOWNS-Hall Patrol 33 Jr. Prom 2. JAMES DRICSSIZL MICHAEL DRIZYER-Hi-Y l,2.33 Jr. Concessions 23 Soph. Partyl. DAVID DUBIIE---Mixed Chorus 3. LYNN DUFFY---Jr, Red Cross 33 Tri-Hi-Y 3g Jr. Prom 2g Ger- man Club 2,33 Paintspots 33 Blackfriars 2,3. SEI, DUNLAP--Baseball 1.23 Track 1,23 Basketball 1,23 Foot- ball 33 Jr. Prom 23 Mixed Chorus 13 Band 1. Seniors PHOEBE DAVIS-C.A.A. l: Office Messengers 2,33 Jr. Conees- sions 2: A.V.A. 3. STEVE DAVIS-Jr. Prom 2: Boys' Chorus 2. CHARLES DEMOSV Tliespians 2.3: IIalI Monitors 2: CRIM- 1 SON COINIET 1,22 IZLSTONIAN 23 Jr. Play L3 German Club 23 A.V.A. l,33B1ackfriars l,3. PAINT DEMPSEY---'I'ri-Hi-Y 2.33 Cheering Block 2,33 CRIM- SON COMITI' 33 French Club 3. RANDY DEUFISCIIER---Golf Team l.2,3. WILLIAM DIANA-IIall Monitors 33 "King and I" 2g Jr. Play 23 Jr. Prom 21 Spanish Club 3: Ifrenrli Club l,2,33 Paintspots 13 Potpourri 2,33 F.T.A. 2,33 Mixed Chorus 33 Orchestra I,2,3. SUSAN DIIZCKILMAN- Canteen 1,23 Hall Monitors 3: Coun- selors' Assistants 1.23 Olhee Messengers 33 'I'ri-lIi-Y 23 Real Der- bics 23 Jr. Prom I 3 Latin Club 2. LaVONNE DINCMAN-Red Dcrbies 33 Jr. Prom 23 Girls' Chorus I: A Cappella 3: Mixed Chorus 2. RONALD DOBA Seniors TERRY DUNI..-XP -Baseball 1.2: Hi-Y 1: lNIixeCl Chorus 3. DOUCI..-XS DLTNLOP -Steering Coinnlittee 2.3: Track 1.2.33 Football 1.2.32 Hall Monitors 2.15: Hall Patrol 113 Jr. Concessions 2: CRIMSON COMET 2: Sopli. Party 1 : Jr. Prom 2. JANICE D URNAI. LYNDA DYER SUSAN ICISERTV--llonor Society 2.3: Steering Committee 1.2.3: Cheerleaclers 1: Dahlites 23 Jr. Concessions 2: CRIMSON COMET 2.3: Tri-Hi-Y 1.23: Jr. Play 2: Sopli. Party 1: Jr. Prom 2: French Cluli 1.2: Blaekfriars 2. BONNIE EDLEN- -Girls' Concert Chorus 3. BARBARA EDYVARDS- CA..-X. 1.2: Jr. Red Cross 1: Jr. Con- cessions 2: Chee-ring Block 1,2. BETTY EDWARDS Oflire Messengers Il: Girls' Chorus 3. NORMAN ECILSKE---Wrestling Il: Hall Monitors 1,2.3: Span- ish Club 1 : Boys' Chorus 3. GN ii fr CONNIE ELDRIDCE ED ELLISON+Spanish Cluh 2. DALE ERICKSON -Homeeoniing 1.2: Coll' Team 2.3: Swim Team 1.23: Hall Patrol 1: Hi-Y 3: Jr. Concessions 2: CRIMSON COMET 3: Jr. Play 2: Soph. Party 1: Jr. Prom 2: Spanish Clulm 2. SANDRA ESMEYER ROBERT FALBO- Swim Tezuu 2.15: Ilall Monitors ll: Jr. Prom 1, JUDY FEDDER LINDA FELDMAN DENNIS FLANICAN--Hoineroining 33 Tliespians 2.3: Sluclenl Council 1: Jr. Play 2: Soph. Party 1: Jr. Prom 1.2: Fra-m'11 Clulu 1.2: Blaekfriars 1.2,3: Pep Band 2.3: Jazz Bancl 211: Ilancl 1,2,fl. OKEY FLESHER KIM FREIERfHonor Society 2,35 Steering Committee 35 Homecoming 35 Class Secretary 35 Thespians 2,35 Student Store 2,35 Tri-Hi-Y 1,2535 Jr. Concessions 25 ELSTONIAN 2,35 Jr. Play 25 Soph. Party 15 Jr. Prom 25 French Club 2,3. CYNTHIA FROEHLKE-Steering Committee 25 Thespians 2,35 Cheering Block 152,35 "Oklahoma" 15 "King and I" 25 Span- ish Club 2,35 A Cappella 35 Mixed Chorus 15 Madrigals 3. VICTORIA FRYE JOY FUROIS- Hall Patrol 3 5 Tri-Hi-Y 3. ROBERT CABRUNASsTrac'k 2,35 Football 1,2535 Hi-Y 1,25 Sopll. Party l 3 jr. Prom 2. SANDEE GAI-IR-Canteen 35 Tri-Hi-Y 35 Checring Block 15 Jr. Play 25 Jr. Prom 25 French Club 25 Math Club 25 Potpourri 25 F.T.A. 3. GORDON CASAWAY'--Hall Monitors 2. HARRY GASPARETT-Golf Team l,2,35 Hall Monitors 3. PAT GATZKA Seniors MICHAEL FLOTOW'fHi-Y 35 Jr. Confessions 2: CRIINISON COMET 35 Soph. Party 15 Frenrh Club 15 A Cappella 35 Mixed Chorus 1,25 Madrigals 3. RACHELL FLY-G.A.A. 35 Jr. Prom 2. NORMAN FOLDENAUER-Baseball 15 Hall Monitors 25 Hi-Y 1,35 Jr. Prom 25 Latin Club 1,2,3g French Club 25 Black- friars 3. RUSSELL FOLLIN-Hall Monitors 3. THOMAS FOWLERfHall Monitors l,2,3. JACKIE FRANK--Hall Monitors 21 Tri-Hi-Y 1,2535 Cheering Block 15 CRIMSON COMET 35 Jr. Prom 25 French Club 1,2531 Forum Club 1. DAN FREDENBURGf,Ir. Play 1 5 A.V.A. 2. RANDALL FREDENBURG---T K I Club 3: Nlixcd Chorus l. LAWRENCE FREE--Hall Monitors 35 Pep Band 2,35 -Iazz Band 2,35 Dance Band 2,35 Band 2,35 At previous school: Student Council 1,25 Track 15 Band 15 Orchestra 1,2. 3' f T3 r ,N-I Seniors DANIEL GELESKE-Golf Team 1,23 Hall Monitors 2,3g Math Club 3. LORRENE GERRON-Fashionettes 2. JANIS GIBBS THEODORE GIESE-Honor Society 2,35 Student Council 2,3g Cross Country 1,2g Track l,2,3g Basketball lg Hall Patrol 1,2,3g Hi-Y 25 German Club 1,2,3g Math Club 1,2,3. NATE GIPSON-Homecoming 2g Cross Country 1,25 Track l,2,3g Basketball 1,2,3g Football 33 Hall Monitors 2,3g Hall Pa- trol 1,2,3g Sophomore Party lg Jr. Prom 23 Mixed Chorus 2. APRIL GLANZ WARREN GLANZ LYNN GRAHAM-Honor Society 2,3g Homecoming l,2,3g Thes- pian 2,3g Cheerleaders 1: Counselors' Assistants 3g Office Mes- sengers 3g Tri-Hi-Y 2g "Amahl and the Night Visitors" lg "King and I" 25 "Oklahoma" lg Jr. Play 2,3g Jr. Prom 1,2g French Club 2g A Cappella 2,3g Mixed Chorus lg Madrigals 2,3. OTTIE GRAHAM--Fashionettes 2. MARY GRALIK-G,A.A. 1: Hall Monitors lg Jr. Concessions 2g Red Derbies 15 Cheering Block 2,3g "Oklahoma" lg Jr. Prom 2: Fashionettes l,2,3: Girls' Chorus lg Mixed Chorus 2,3. GARY GREENWAY-Hall Monitors 23 Wrestling 2,3. MIKE GRIMES-Boys' Chorus 3. MARY GRIMM-Tri-Hi-Y 3: Red Derbies lg Cheering Block 2. STEVE GRIMM-Hall Monitors 3g Hall Patrol 2. CHARLES GRINSTON-Cross Country 3g Track 2,3g Hall Monitors 3. JANICE HAACK-Student Council lg Counselors' Assistants 2: Tri-Hi-Y 1,2,3q Cheering Block lg CRIMSON COMET 2,35 jr. Play 2: Jr. Prom 2: German Club 33 Girls' Chorus lg A Cap- pella 3g Mixed Chorus 2. HOWARD HABERMAN--Hall Monitors 3g Hi-Y 35 Jr. Con- cessions 2g Soph. Party 1 g Jr. Play 25 "King and In 2. THOMAS HAIRSTON-Football 1 : Hall Monitors 1. Qs 'S' anor- so ry Seniors RICHARD HAMILTON RANDY HANSEN-German Club 1,3. JIM HARBART BENNY HARRIS TIM HARROLD-Mixed Chorus l,2,3. JANE HARVEY-Tri-Hi-Y 2,31 Jr. Concessions 2: Chccring Block 1, CRIMSON COMET 23 Jr. Play 25 Latin Club 2, Black- friars 1,25 Potpourri 2. RITA HAYMAN-G.A.A. 1 g Jr. Prom 2. LYN HEDRICK-G.A.A. 1,25 Red Derbies 2,35 "Oklahoma" 1, K'King and I' 2, Jr. Play 25 Paint Spots 1. SUE HEDSTROM-Counselors' Assistants lg Tri-Hi-Y 1,2,3g Cheering Block 1. SHERRY HEISER-Steering Committee 3, Red Derbies 1,25 Jr. Play 2, Soph. Party 1, Girls' Chorus 15 Mixed Chorus 2,3. SHARON HENRICH-Homecoming 3g Jr. Red Cross 25 Cheer- ing Block 2g Jr. Prom 2, Paintspots 1,2,3g Fashionettes 3. STEVE HENRY-Honor Society 2,33 Steering Committee 33 Baseball lg Track 2,33 Basketball 1,2,3g Football 1,2,3g Hall Patrol 2,3g Hi-Y 2,3g CRIMSON COMET 3, Soph. Party lg Jr. Prom 2, Math Club 2. RICHARD HERBERT MELANNE HERING-Honor Society 2,33 Student Council 2,3' a Canteen 2,3g Jr. Play 2g K'Amahl and the Night Visitors" lg "The King and I" 2'g Latin Club 25 F.T.A. lg A Cappella 2,3' Mixed Chorus 1 3 Color Guard 2. MICHAEL HESTER Q JOEL HEURING-Steering Committee 25 Homecoming 3, Student Council 1,25 Hall Monitors 35 Hall Patrol 2,3g Jr. Red Cross 1,25 ELSTONIAN 2,39 Soph. Party 1, German Club 1,2. BARRY HILL-Wrestling 3. CAROLYN HILL Seniors NANCY HILLQStcering Committee 1,25 Homecoming 35 Can- teen 35 Dahlites 152,35 Tri-Hi-Y 1,2,35 Jr. Concessions 25 Jr. Play 25 Soph. Party 15 Jr. Prom 25 Spanish Club 35 French Club 1,2. CAROL HOLLOWAY-Tri-Hi-Y 35 Red Derbies 25 Cheering Block 35 Soph. Parry 15 Girls' Chorus 15 Mixed Chorus 253. CABOT HOLMES-Cross Country 1,2535 Baseball 1,2535 Bas- ketball 1. ROBIN HOLMES RUTH HOLMES-Red Derbies 1:Cheering Block 2,35 Jr. Play 25 Fashionettes 1,2535 Girls Chorus 1. JOHN HOSTER LINDA HOWARD-Homecoming 25 Thespian 1,2,35 Canteen 1,25 Jr. Concessions 2: "Amahl and the Night Visitors" 15 K'Okla- homa" 15 "King and In 25 Sr. Play 1,25 Jr. Play 25 Jr. Prom 25 Spanish Club 2,31 Paintspots 2: A.V.A. 152,35 Blackfriars 1,2535 Potpourri 2,35 Forum Club 25 Girls' Chorus 2. GARY HUBBARD-Mixed Chorus 3. SHIRLEY HUBBARD MADELINE HUTTON-G.A.A. 1,2535 Hall Monitors 35 Ger- man Club 1. MICHAEL IAZZETTO-Cheering Block 35 Jr. Prom 25 Math Club 2,3. BONNIE JACKSON THELMA JACKSON SHELBY JANES--Student Council 1 5 Hall Patrol 25 Hi-Y 25 Jr. Concessions 2 5 Jazz Band 2,35 Dance Band 2,35 Band 1,2,3. JOANNE JANICKI-Cheering Block 152,35 Jr. Prom 25 Girls' Chorus 15 Mixed Chorus 2.3. JEAN-ANN JACQUES-Homecoming 35 Cheerleaders 1,2,35 gixntteen 2,35 Student Store 35 Soph. Party 15 Jr. Prom 25 French u 3. MICHELLE JASPERSON-G.A.A. 15 Red Derbies 25 Black- friars 1 5 Girls, Chorus 35 Mixed Chorus 1,2. BILL JENKINS if is 5 fs ,M ' af ' I' if 4 ,N iii , QM! if 'Y W fm- 5 ,ali 3',it,".-fiat. if fiinkrk R AL JUMCHE LISA KAEDING JAMES KAMINSKI WILLIAIVI KANCER RONALD KARM PAT KEENEY--Girls' Chorus 3. PIIYLLIS KELLY WILLIAM KELLYgStccring Committee l,2,33 Student Coun- cil lL Golf Team 11 Jr. Concessions 21 CRIMSON COMET 3 Soph. Party lg Jr. Prom 21 Latin Club 2,33 Math Club 2,3 Blackfriars 3: Potpourri 2,3g Forum Club l,2. HARRIETTE KENNEBREWv-GAA. l 3 Hall Monitors l,2,3 Red Derbies 1,233 CRIMSON COMET 3. . 1 . , .Y Seniors JOANNR JENsENf1f. P1-Um 2. LARRY JOB--Student Council l: Hall Monitors il: Jr. Play 23 Ccrinztn Club 3. JANET JOHNSONf'I'ri-Hi-Y 2,33 Rccl Derbies 31 Checring Block 2 Q Jr. Prom 2. MARILYN JOHNSON--Cheering Block 2: French Club 2. KENNY JOHNSTON ALLEN JONESfGcrman Club 2. BRONWYN JONES LORISTTA JONES-Red Derbies 2,3 g Jr. Play 2. RONALD JONESf"Amahl and the Night Visitors" l: "King and I" 23 A Cappella 2: Mixed Chorus 1: Orchestra 23. 'N Y-zr Seniors RONALD KIZRIVIN-Football 1.2,3g Jr. Concessions 21 Jr. Prom 2: Cvrnmn Club 1. JOHN KIESZKOWSKI JACK KIRK LARRY KLIiMZgBascball 1 1 Hall Monitors 2: Tri Club 2.3. JAMES KLUGE-Hall Monitors 2: Jr. Play 2: A.V.A. 2,3: Mixed Chorus 3. CAROL KOIILER---Red Dm-bios 2: Hall Monitors 2: Spanish Club 3. JOAN KOLOBUCHOWSKI DON KOMASINSKI SUZANNE KOPCHINSKI--Rod Dcrbies 1: Chccring Block 2: Girls' Chorus 1. W? LOUIS KRAVETZ RICHARD KRIESEL-Baseball lg Track 3: Swim Tcani 2 Hall Monitors 3. THOMAS KRIESEL-Hi-Y 1: Pep Band l,2,3: Jazz Band 1,2 Dance Band 1,23 Band 1,2,3. KAYE KRUEGER KEN KRUEGERHBoys' State 2: Cross Country 3: Trask 1,3 Basketball 1,2,3: Football 1,21 Hall Monitors 3. MARY KUBASZCYK LARRY KUNKEL MARY LaBERGE-G.A.A. 1: Cantccn 1,2: Jr. Play 2. SUZANNE LACHER-Hall Monitors 3: Chccring Block 1,2,3 Jr. Play 2: Blackfriars l,2,3. f- CHANNING LCFEBVRE SI-IELLEY LEINWANDfCanteen 35 Hall Monitors 3g Tri- Hi-Y l,2.3g Jr. Concessions 2: "King and I" 2: Jr. Play 25 Jr. Prom 2g Spanish Club 2,3g F.T.A. 3. ALETA LEMMON-Band 3. At previous school: Latin Club lg Band 1,23 Color Guard 1. JAMES LEONARD4Colf Team 2: Hall Monitors 3g Jr. Play 2g Jr. Prom 2: Spanish Club 1,23 A.V.A. 1,2,3. BERTHA LINDE-Steering Committee lg Canteen 1,2,3g Red Dcrbics 2,35 Soph. Party 11 French Club 2,3g F.T.A. 2. LINDA LOCKWOOD-Steerin Committee 3' Canteen 3' Of g s J ' ficc Messengers 2,3g Tri-Hi-Y 1,2,3g Jr. Concessions 2g Red Der- bics lg Jr. Play 25 Jr. Prom 2g Spanish Club 1,2,3. CHERYL LOETZ-'I-Iall Monitors 33 Jr. Concessions 2g Cheer- ing Block lg CRIMSON COMET 2g Jr. Prom 2. CAROL LOMBARD-Counselors' Assistants 2,3g Tri-Hi-Y 3. RICHARD LONIEWSKI Seniors WALTER LADRA CAROL LAIN REX LANE-D.E. Club 2: T 8: I Club 3. KENT LANGE-Honor Society 2,31 Steering Committee l,2,33 Class President lg Class Vice-President 2,31 Student Council 1,35 Homecoming 2.3g Soph. Party 13 Jr. Prom 2g Radio News Club lg German Club 1,23 Math Club 1,2,3g A.V.A. l,2,3g Band 1,2. MARY LaROCCO4Student Council 23 Canteen 1: Hall Pa- trol 3: Tri-Hi-Y 2,33 Jr. Concessions 2: Red Derbies lg Cheering Block 2g Jr. Play 2 3 Jr. Prom 2. WANDA LASHBROOKfG.A.A. 1 1 Canteen 1 1 Jr. Play 2. DAN LAUER-Track 1,2,3g Football 1,2,3g Hall Monitors 31 Hall Patrol 2,3g Hi-Y 2,31 Jr. Play 23 Soph. Party lg Jr. Prom 25 Latin Club 2,35 Wrestling 3. IRVIN LAYMAN JERRY LEE E as 37 4 .Q JA 7 J J. Nt. J ' . -.': I I ..., it at lx Seniors TODD LOVELAND-Homecoming 35 Swim Team 1,2,3g Golf Club lg Hi-Y 3, Jr. Concessions 25 Jr. Play 2g Jr. Prom 1,25 Soph. Party 1. STANLEY LOWE-Swim Team 2,33 Red Derbies 3. Previous school: Swim Team: Ushers Club. NANCY LOWRY-G.A.A. 1. RODNEY LUBEZNIK--Hall Monitors 1,21 Cheering Block 2. RICHARD LUBINIECKI SUE LUDINCTON JOHN LUDWIG-Cross Country lg Track 3, Hall Monitors 25 Hi-Y 1,2,3g CRIMSON COMET 2. CHUCK LUETH DIANNE LUSCOMB SUSAN LYSTER-Steering Committee 25 G.A.A. 13 Jr. Red Cross 2g Tri-Hi-Y 3: Red Derbies 1,2,3g Cheering Block 1,23 Jr. Prom 25 Spanish Club 1,25 Paint Spots 3. PAT MCBRIDE-Steering Committee 33 Student Council 1,3g Track 1,21 Football 1.2.31 Swim Team 3: Hall Patrol 1,2,31 Jr. Concessions 2g Soph. Party lg Jr. Prom 25 Latin Club 2,33 Math Club 3. JAMES MCCORMICK-Jr. Prom 2g German Club 1,25 Color Guard 2. ALAN MCGEE-Forum Club 23 Pep Band 1,2g Band 1,2,3. GLORIA McINTYRE I RMA MCNEAL RONALD MADDOX-Hall Patrol, D.E. Club 2. DENNIS MAHAFFEY GARY MAHAFFEY-Track 1 g T 8: I Club 2,3. 'QS' 5-Q... H Seniors STEPHEN MAJOR-Steering Committee 1,3Q Homecoming 33 Class President 33 Cross Country 1,2,33 Track 1,2,33 Basketball 1,2,3 3 Hall Patrol 2,33 Hi-Y 3 3 Jr. Prom 2. THERESA MALCER-Red Derbies 1. SANDRA MALECKI--G.A.A. lg Red Derbies 2,33 Cheering Block 2,33 Math Club 3. JOHN MANIGOLD-Student Council 33 Track 1 3 Football 1 3 Cheering Block 2 3 Jr. Prom 23 Mixed Chorus 1,2,3. DAVID MANN GENEVA MARTIN-Girls' Chorus 3. JOAN MASON-Student Store 23 Latin Club 2, A.V.A. 1,23 Orchestra 1,2,3. MARY MATHIAS-Honor Society 2,33 Steering Committee 2,33 Homecoming 33 Science Seminar 1,21 Dahlites 1.2.31 Jr. Concessions 23 Red Derbies 1,33 Cheering Block 1,33 ELSTON- IAN 2,33 Jr. Play 23 Jr. Prom 23 Tri-Hi-Y 1,2,33 Latin Club 2g Math Club 2,33 Girls' State 2. DAVID MATOTTE-AStudent Council 13 Football lg Hall Monitors 23 A Cappella 1,2,33 "Amal and The Night Visitors"3 "Oklahoma" DAVID MATTHEWS ERNEST MAYOW-A Cappella 3g Mixed Chorus 2. SUSAN MEISER-Homecoming 33 Canteen l,2,33 Office Mes- sengers 2,33 Student Store 33 Tri-Hi-Y l,2,33 Jr. Concessions 23 Jr. Play 2g Jr. Prom 23 French Club 1,2,3. CAROL MESSINA-Hall Monitors 33 Tri-Hi-Y 3g Red Derbies 33 CRIMSON COMET 2. BEVERLY METTS JOAN METTS JACK MEYER-A Cappella l,2,33 Mixed Chorus 1,2,33 "Okla- homa'l3 "The King and I." SUNDRA MEYER-Hall Monitors 2,33 Tri-Hi-Y 33 Cheering Block 1,2,33 Spanish Club 2. JOHN MIDDLETON Seniors PAM MIGNERY-Canteen 112,31 Hall Monitors 1,2,31 Jr. Concessions 21 Red Derbies 11 CRIMSON COMET 21 Tri-Hi-Y 2,31 Jr. Prom 2. TERRY MILOLSKI-Jr. Concessions 2. NANCY MILCAREK-Red Derbies 3. WAYNE MILLARD-Hi-Y 31 German Club 11 Pep Band 21 Band l,2,3. BARBARA MILLER-Canteen 1,2,3: Jr. Concessions 21 Red Derbies 1,31 Clieering Block 1,31 CRIMSON COMET 1,21 ELSTONIAN 2,32 Jr. Play 21 Soph. Party 1: Tri-Hi-Y 112,31 Latin Club 1,2,31 Math Club 2,3. CAROL MILLER-Steering Committee 11 G.A.A. 11 Canteen 2,31 Jr. Concessions 21 Chcering Block 1,31 Soph. Party 11 Jr. Prom 21 German Club 3. SHIRLEY MILLER ROGER MILZAREK-D.E. Club 11 T K I Club 1. DARLENE MINZEY--Paint Spots 31 Fashionettes 3. ,IUDITH MITNICK-Honor Society 2.31 Student Council 1,21 Canteen 1,2131 Jr. Concessions 21 Red Derbies 1.31 Cheering Block 1,31 ELSTONIAN 2,31 Jr. Play 2: Soph. Party 11 Jr. Prom 21 German Club 1,21 French Club 1,21 Tri-Hi-Y 1,2,31 Golf Club 21 "King and I." IFI' MITNICK Football 'ind Basketball Usher 3 r Pla 2 3: , 1 u M ' . . ' 1 J . y , Jr. Prom 1,21 Potouri 21 Photography Club 3. JOANNE IVIOI-IAMED-'Steering Committee 11 Canteen l,2,31 Office Messengers 2,31 Jr. Concessions 2: Red Derbies 2,31 Cheer- ing Block 11 Tri-I-Ii-Y 2.31 Jr. Play 2: Soph.Party 11 Jr. Prom 21 A Cappella 2,31 Mixed Chorus 21 Madrigals 31 "The King and I." PAT MOISAN JERRY MOORE TIM MOORE BECKY IXIORRISON-Canteen 11 Dahlites 1,2,31 Jr. Conces- sions 21 Cheering Block 31 Tri-Hi-Y 2,31 Jr. Play 21 Soph. Party 11 Jr. Prom 21 F.T.A. 31 French Club 1,21 Paint Spots 3. ALAN MORSE-Hall Patrol 3. KATHRYN MROSS-Honor Society 2,31 Homecoming 31 Sci- ence Seminar 11 Canteen 11 Dahlites 1,2131 Jr. Concessions 21 Red Derbies 11 Cheering Block 31 CRIMSON COMET 31 Tri- Hi-Y l,2,31 F.T.A. 11 Jr. Play 21 Soph. Party 11 Jr. Prom 1,21 German Club 2,31 French Club 1,21 Forum Club 1,21 Mixed Chorus 1. sd Qu'- PF A : I K J iiii , - S , I M. xr. I 3 sl ' MICHAEL OFECHARCHAK JOHANNA OLSON--Canteen 1.2.31 Jr. Concessions 2: Red Derbies 1: Cheering Bloek 1: Jr. Play 2: Soph. Party 1: "The King and I" 2: Jr. Prom 2: Freneh Club 3: Iyfath Club 2: Tri- Hi-Y 1,2.3. JUDY ORMSBY-Canteen 1,2,3: Jr. Concessions 2: Red Der- bies 1.3: Cheering Block I 3 Jr. Play 2: Soph. Party 1: Jr. Prom 2: French Club 1.2: Tri-Hi-Y 2.3: Colf Club 1: F.T.A. 3. MARY OTT-Counselors' Assistants 2. JAINIER OURSLER-A.V.A. 3. FLORENCE OVIATT-Girls' Chorus 1.2. JUDY OWCZARSKI DONNA PACELgCounselors' Assistants 1,2,3: Tri-Hi-Y 3: Cheering Block 3. RUTH PAI-IL--Honor Society 2.3: Steering Committee 3: Sei- ence Seminar 1.2.3: Canteen 3: Red Derbies 3: Jr. Play 2: Jr. Prom 2: Latin Club 2.3: Tri-Hi-Y 2.3. 9 Sf. Seniors JACKIE NESSLERaHall Monitors l: Jr. Recl Cross 1: Jr. Con- cessions 2: Jr. Play 2: Soph. Party 1: Jr. Prom 2: Snanish Club Ei2QIgfIg.tli Club 2,31 Girls, Chorus 1: Mixed Chorus 2,32 Tri- 1- , . KATHY NEVERS-Jr. Concessions 2: Cheering Block 1: Jr. Play 2: Fashionettes 1.2.3. MICHAEL J. NICHOLAS-T 8: I Club 3. SUE NIEMANN-Hall Monitors 3: Jr. Confessions 2: Red Der- bies 3: Cheering Block 3: Soph. Party 1: F.T.A. 3, Tri-Hi-Y 2.3. STEWART NORTHROP--A Cappella 2: Mixed Chorus 2: Madrigals 3. PAUL NOVEROSKE-Trark 3: A Cappella 2: Mixed Chorus 1. SYLVIA NOVRESKE-Steering Committee 13 Student Coun- cil 1: Red Derbies 1: Cheering Block 2,3: Soph. Party 13 .Ir. Prom 2: German Club 1: Latin Club 2.3: Potpourri 2: Tri-Hi-Y 1,2: F.T.A. 2. JANICE NOWATZKEH-G,A.A. 1: Red Derbies 2,33 Jr. Play 2. MARGIE NOWATZKE-Red Derbies 1,2,3: Cheering Block 2,3 : Jr. Prom 2: Blackfriars 1. H Seniors LAURA PAHOLSKI-Jr. Concessions 2g Red Derbies 1g Cheer- ing Block 1,33 Tri-Hi-Y 2,3. CAROL PAHS-Hall Monitors 3g Red Derbies 21 Cheering Block 2,35 Tri-Hi-Y 3. JANET PAHS-Hall Monitors 3g Counselors' Assistants 35 Jr. Concessions 2g Jr. Prom 2. ANDREW PALM-Honor Society 2,31 Steering Committee 2g Science Seminar 1,2,3: Hi-Y 2g Jr. Prom 21 German Club 1,2,31 Pep Band 1,2,3g Jazz Band 1,2,3: Dance Band 1,2,3g Band 1,2,3. GERRY PAWLIK LARRY PAWLIK DORIS PAYNE-G.A.A. 2,31 Hall Monitors 3. VERNON PAYNEhClass Vice-president 11 Basketball 1,2,31 Football 1,2,3. BILL PEARCE-MHi-Y 3g German Club 21 Golf Club 2. :M . . R W' S' 1 A ii .A xi. ' . X Q z . wx rfs BONNIE PEARSON-Canteen l,2,31 Hall Monitors 31 Jr. Con- cessions 21 Red Derbies 1,31 Cheering Block lg Jr. Play 2g Soph. Party lg Jr. Prom 2g F.T.A. 3g Tri-Hi-Y 1,2,3. DIANE PEARSON-'Student Council 1.2: G.A.A. 11 Jr. Con- cessions 21 Red Derbies 1.2.31 Jr. Play 2g Jr. Prom 23 Girls' Chorus 11 F.T.A. 2,31 Tri-Hi-Y 2,3. MARTY PEEBLY-Student Council 21 Jr. Prom 2. CARL PEO-Golf Team 1,2,3. JAMES PENNINGTON DOUG PEPPLE-Bowling 1.2.31 Jr. Red Cross 21 Cheering Block 2 1 Jr. Prom 25 French Club 1,2. GARY PERRIN G JACQUELYN PETERS-Honor Society 2,31 Homecoming 3g Student Council 31 Science Seminar 1,21 Canteen 1,2,31 Dahlites 2,31 Red Derbies 1,31 Cheering Block 35 Jr. Concessions 2g ELS- TONIAN 2.33 Jr. Play 21 Soph. Party 11 Jr. Prom 23 Tri-Hi-Y 1,21 Latin Club 1,21 Math Club 2.31 Oklahoma 1. PAM PETERS-Jr. Concessions 2g Cheering Block l. .fl 1 'Q Q- CELESTINE PRICE-G.A.A. 1.21 Hall Monitors 31 Jr. Red Cross 11 Red Derbies 1,21 Girls' Chorus 1. LINDA PRITZ-Hall Monitors 11 Office Messengers 21 Red Derbies 3. DAN PRZYBYLINSKIAFootba11 1.2.3. SUSAN PYTYNIA DAVID REEDgLatin Club 1.21 Pep Band 1.2.31 Jazz Band 1.2.3:Dance Band 1.2.31 Band 1.2.3. SHARON REKESEASpanis11 Club 3. DONNA REYNOLDS-Hall Patrol 3. DENNIS RHOADS-German Club 2.31 A Cappella 3: Pep Band 1.2.31 Jazz Band 1.2.31 Dance Band 1.2.31 Band 1.2.3. JOHN RHOADS Seniors SANDRA PIECHNIK JOAN PIEPLOW-Tri-Hi-Y 2,31 Counselors, Assistants 31 Red Derbies li Jr. Concessions 21 Jr. Play 21 Jr. Prom 2. DAVE PLANK-Honor Society 2.31 Student Council 1.2.31 Cross Country 1.2.31 Track 1.21 Hi-Y 2,31 German Club 1.2.32 King and I 21 Pep Band 1.2.31 Jazz Band 1.2.31 Dance Band 1.2.31 Band 1.2.3. EMMA PLANK-Girls' Chorus 11 Mixed Chorus 1. KAREN PLEWAK-C.A.A. 11 Tri-Hi-Y 1: Red Derbies 1 1 Girls' Chorus 1 1 Mixed Chorus 1. STEVEN POLLOCK-Basketball 1 1 Hall Monitors 1.2. JUDY PONTIUS-Homecoming 2.31 Colf Club 21 Tri-Hi-Y 1,2,3g Canteen 1,2,31 Counselors' Assistants 2.31 Jr. Concessions 21 Red Derbies 31 CRIMSON COMET 31 Sopli. Party 11 Jr. Prom 21King and I 21 French Club 2,3. NORMAN PORTERFIELD-Baseball 1.2.3. CHRIS POTEMPA-Red Derbics 11 Cheering Block 2.31 Girls' Chorus 1,21 Mixed Chorus 1,2. 4 5--9. -. 2-A : -5 vm A . . I xv , Seniors CHARLENE RITCIIIE THOMAS RITCHIE Baseball 1 Sonh Part 1 r. Prom 25 '- s i - Y s J A Cappella 2,35 lyiixed Chorus 1. THOMAS ROI3ISONMCan1een 15 Hall Monitors 25 Hi-Y 35 SIIISSTONIAN 2,35 Jr. Prom 25 French Club 15 Camera Club , ,F.T.A.3. KIRK ROGERS-Honor Society 2,35 Steering Committee l,2,35 Exchange Student 2: Hall Monitors 1,25 Hi-Y 2,35 Jr. Conces- sions 25 Jr. Play 25 Soph. Party 15 Jr. Prom 25 Latin Club 253. CAROL ROPAR-Hall hiionitors 3: Office Messengers 15 Jr. Concessions 25 Red Derbies 15 Cheering Block 2,3. JOHN ROSTECKI MICHAEL RUSBOLDT-CRIMSON COMET 3. KATHLEEN RYBA--Clteerleaders 15 Canteen 253: Hall Moni- tors 25 Tri-Hi-Y 2,35 Jr. Concessions 25 Jr. Play 25 Jr. Prom 1. CRIS SADENXVATER+Honor Society 2,35 Steering Commit- tee 25 Homecoming 35 Class Secretary 25 Cheerleaders 152,35 Stu- dent Store 25 Jr. Concessions 25 Tri-Hi-Y 2,35 Jr. Play 25 Soph. Party 15Jr. Prom 1,25 French Club 152. JERRY SADLOWSKI-Hall Monitors 3. CHERYLE SAMELSON-Canteen 152,35 Tri-Hi-Y 35 Red Der- bies 1,2,35 CRIMSON COMET 35 Jr. Prom 25 French Club 35 Blackfriars 2. WILLIAM sAMPsoN-Jr. Play 2. FRANCIS SAVONA-CRIMSON ooMET 35 Latin Club 2,35 A.V.A. 2,31 Camera Club 253. LORRAINE SAWAYA-Tri-Hi-Y 25 Red Derbies 1. KATHY SCHAEFFER-Honor Society 2.35 Steering Commit- tee 2,35 Homecoming 35 Student Council 15 G.A.A. 15 Canteen 152,35 Tri-Hi-Y 2,35 Red Derbies 15 Checring Block 2,35 "Okla- lugnau 15 Soph. Party 1: Jr. Prom 25 French Club 1,25 Band 1, ,3. JANNA SCHLICK-Homecoming 35 Canteen 35 Office Mes- sengers 3: Tri-Hi-Y 2.35 Jr. Concessions 25 Cheering Block 35 "King and I' 25 Jr. Prom 25 A Cappella 35 Mixed Chorus 25 at previous school: Homecoming 25 Latin Club 1,2. SANDRA SCI-IOCH-Tri-Hi-Y 31 Red Derbies 25 Cheering Block 25 CRIMSON COMET 35 Blackfriars 1. JO ANN SCHOOF--Hall Monitors 2,35 Office Messengers 35 Tri-Hi-Y 2,35 Chcering Block 2,35 CRIMSON COMET 35 Jr. Play 25 Jr. Prom 25 Latin Club 2,35 F.T.A. 152,35 Blaekfriars 3. ci' ff' APM' -fa- 1 ,L 3 'I ',.V 5 ,. YE?- Y""l'7' i153 f-7 KX . M .. 3 el iz XJ . bi . ' 'af ,gf v' x -5,- 4 .x Q A "' 1- DQ sv-5 if at Yr' Seniors JAY SCHREINER-Jr, Play 2. BETTY SCHROEDER--Tri-Hi-Y 33 Cheering Block 2,33 Jr. Prom 2g Paintspots 2,3. PENNY SCHROEDER-Cheering Block 2,3. PAT SCHULTZ PEG SCHWARTZENBERG-Homecoming 2,33 Canteen 3, Hall Monitors 35 Tri-Hi-Y 1,2333 Jr. Concessions 23 Cheerin Block 3g "Oklahomal'3 "King and I" 23 Jr. Prom 1,23 Spanisi Club 1,2,33 A Cappella 2,33 Mixed Chorus 1. MICHAEL SCROGGIN TERRY SEAVERNS PAT SEEDORF-Cheering Block 2,3. JOHN SELKE-Track l,2,3Q Basketball 1,2,33 Tennis Team 1,2,3. JOHN SENTER-Track 2g Wrestling 1,3. DONALD SHAFFER-Mixed Chorus 3. JOAN SHERRICK-G.A.A. 1 3 Jr. Concessions 23 Red Derbies 13Tri-Hi-Y 3g Jr. Prom 2g Spanish Club 1,23 F.T.A. 2,3. CAROL SHERRILL JACKIE SHERWOOD--Tri-Hi-Y 23 Cheering Block 1,23 Soph. Party 1 3 Jr. Prom 2. WIILIEIAM SHIELS-Jr. Red Cross lg Spanish Club lg A Cap- pe a . LINDA SHIKANY-Steering Committee 1 3 Tri-Hi-Y 233: Can- teen 23 Jr. Concessions 23 Jr. Prom 2. SANDY SHIRES-Honor Society 2,33 Homecoming 3g G.A.A. lg Canteen 1,2,3Q Tri-Hi-Y 1,2333 Red Dcrbies lg Cheering Block 2,33 "Oklahoma" 13 Soph. Party 1: Jr. Prom 23 French Club 1,2,33 Math Club 33 Blackfriars 1,2,3g Band 1,2,3. HELEN SHOCK--Steering Committee lg Thespians 2,33 Stu- dent Council 1,23 G.A.A. 13 Canteen 3: Dahlites 1.23 Student Store-23 Tri-Hi-Y 23 Jr. Concessions 23 Cheering Block 33 Jr. 1513313 23 Soph, Party lg Jr. Prom 23 French Club 33 Blackfriars Seniors EARL SHUSTER-Golf Team 25 Swim Team 35 Hall Moni- tors 25 Jr. Prom 25 Camera Club 3. DON SIDDALL-A Cappella 3. EUGENE SIMMONS-Cross Country 25 Track 15 Basketball 35 Mixed Chorus 15 Boys' Chorus 1. DARLENE SIMS BARBARA SKIERKOWSKI-G.A.A. 15 Jr. Concessions 25 Red Derbies 1,31 Cheerinig Block 15 Jr. Prom 25 Latin Club 2,35 Math Club 3 5 Girls' Chorus 15 F.T.A. 35 Fashionettes 1,3. JAMES SKONIECZNY-Baseball 1,2,35 Basketball l,2,35 Foot- ball 2,35 Hall Monitors 1,25 Hall Patrol 1,2,3. DORIS SMITH JOYCE T. SMITH-Red Derbies 25 Cheering Block 25 Jr. Play 25 Girls, Chorus 2. JUDITH SMITH-Homecoming 35 Red Derbies 15 Jr. Play 25 Tri-Hi-Y 1,2535 Fashionettes 3. MIKE SMITH-Homecoming 35 Hall Monitors 2,35 Jr. Prom 25 Latin Club 2,35 Math Club 2,35 Paintspots 2. NORMAN SMITH SHARON SNYDER-Hall Monitors 35 Jr. Concessions 25 Jr. Prom 25 Mixed Chorus 15 Tri-Hi-Y 2,35 F.T.A. 3. NORMAN SPEAR-Tennis Team 15 Hall Monitors 2,35 Jr. Con- cessions 25 CRIMSON COMET 3: Jr. Prom 25 French Club 2. RICHARD SPENCER-Golf Team l,2,3. RICHARD SPIERS-Science Seminar 1,2. KARLA SPRUNGER4Red Derbies 15 CRIMSON COMET 25 Jr. Prom 25 Tri-Hi-Y 253. RONALD STALBAUM-Homecoming 35 Thespian 1,2535 Hi-Y 35 ELSTONIAN 35 Jr. Play 2,35 Jr. Prom 25 Blackfriars l,2,35 A Cappella l,2,35 Madrigals l,2,35 "Amhal and the Night Visi- tors" 15 "Oklahoma" 15 "King and Il' 25 Sr. Play 2. JUDY STANTZ ilu st 5, 4 T5 l ,us .ma K' Q 4 fl . 'Fu-"" IK' .af is 6-Q11 rf ,aw 321' JOAN STURGEON RONALD STURGEON-T 8.: I 253. JACK SULLIVAN-Track 2,35 Football 1,2,35 Hall Monitors 25 Hall Patrol 35 Soph. Party 15 Jr. Prom 3. EDWARD SUSNIS-Honor Society 2,35 Student Council 1,25 Cross Country 25 Track 1,2,35 Basketball 15 Hall Monitors 35 Jr. Concessions 25 German Club 2,35 Math Club 3. CRISTINA SWANSON-Red Derbies 1,25 Cheering Block 25 Jr. Prom 25 F.T.A. 153. JUDY SWITOLSKI RICHARD SYNAVE ELLA SZALOJKV-Hall Monitors 2. MARILYN SZECHOLDA-Cheering Block 2,35 Jr. Play 25 Soph. Party 15 Jr. Prom 25 German Club 35 Tri-Hi-Y 253. 144 Seniors ROGER STARK BARBARA STEDER-Student Store 15 Red Derbies 1,25 Cheer- ing Block 25 Jr. Prom 25 Latin Club 2,35 Tri-Hi-Y 1,2,3. DAN STEINKE-Homecoming 2.35 Cross Country 1,2,35 Baseball 15 Track 2,31 Basketball 15 Hall Monitors 25 Hall Pa- trol 1,2,35 Hi-Y 1,2535 Jr. Plaly 25 Soph. Party 15 Jr. Prom 1,25 F.T.A. Cadet Teaching. GREG STEPANEK-Golf Team 2,35 Football 1. GREGG STEPHENSON-Homecoming 2,35 Hi-Y 3: Jr. Con- cessions 25 Cheering Block 15 Jr. Prom 15 German Club 1,21 Wrestling Team 1,2,35 "King and I." FREDERICK STOCKWELL-Honor Society 2,35 Hall lV1oni- tors 35 Jr. Play 25 Jr. Prom 1,25 "Oklahoma"5 "King and I." BARRY STRADTNER GAIL STRATTON-OHicc Messengers 25 Red Derbies 1 5 Jr. Prom 25 French Club 1,25 Girls' Chorus 35 Tri-I-Ii-Y. ROANNE STUART-Homecoming 2.35 Student Council 1,25 Canteen 1,25 Dahlites 152,35 Jr. Concessions 25 Cheering Block 3: Jr. Play 25 Soph. Party 15 Jr. Prom 25 Latin Club 2,35 Math Club 3. :Q 'S Seniors MIKE SZEMES CI-IARLENE TAYLOR DAVID TAYLOR-Jr. Red Cross 2. MARSHA THOMPSON-Canteen 2: Hall Monitors 23 Hi-Y 3: Jr. Concessions 23 T 8: I Club 2. RITA TIEBERT-Canteen 1,2,3g Office Messengers 2,35 Jr. Concessions 23 jr. Play 2: jr. Prom 2 1 Tri-Hi-Y '64 1,2,3. TOM TIEDEMAN-Steering Committee 3g Baseball 1,2,3g Hall Monitors 3. MARY TIMMA-Jr. Play 2: Jr. Prom 2 DEAN TOLCHINSKY JAMES Tooua MIKE TROTT PRISCILLA TROUT-Student Store 35 Red Derbies lg jr. Play 25 Jr, Prom 2g Spanish Club 2,3g Tri-Hi-Y '64 l,2. JENNIFER TURNER-Cheering Block 1,33 Girls' Chours lg Mixed Chorus 2,3. PAM TWIBLE-Science Seminar lg Hall Monitors 34 Jr. Con- cessions 2g A Cappella 2: Mixed Chorus I. DENNIS TYLINSKI LEE UEBLER JACKIE UTPATEL-Canteen 2: Office Messengers 2,3: jr. Concessions 2g1r. Prom 2: "King and I": Tri-Hi-Y '64 2.3. CARRY VADER WILLIAM VAUGHAN-Homecoming 2,3: Cross Country 23 Track 1,25 Basketball 1 3 French Club l. 719 -15. Sw? GAIL WALK-Steering Committee 2,35 Jr. Concessions 25 Red Derbics 1,2,3q Tri-Hi-Y 1,2,3g Jr. Play 25 Jr. Prom 25 Spanish Club 2,3g "King and I" 2. JERRY WALLACE KENT WALLERSTEIN-Steering Committee Ig Soph. Party lg Jr. Prom 2g Bowling 2,3. AUDREY WALLS-Tri-Hi-Y 3. JACK WALTZ ALICIA WANKE-Girls' Chorus 3. BILL WANTLAND HASSAN YVAZNI--Student Council lg Jr. Prom lg A.V.A. 3. SALLY WEBER'-Golf Team 2.33 Dahlites lg Jr. Prom 25 French Club 3g Mixed Chorus lg Potpourri 2,35 "Amahl and the Night Visitors" 1. Semors JOY VAWTERgCantecn 3g Hall Monitors 3g Red Dcrbics 2,3 Chccring Block 2: Jr. Prom 2g Math Club 35 Band l,2,3g Nia.- jorettcs 1,2,3g Tri-Hi-Y 2. VICTOR VERNICK-Steering Committee 3g Homecoming 3 Hall Monitors l,2,3g Hi-Y 31 Jr. Concessions 25 Jr. Prom 2 Spanish Club 2,3. STEPHANIE VIVIAN-G.A.A. 1, Jr. Red Cross 2g Jr. Play 2 Jr. Prom 2g Spanish Club 2,3g Tri-Hi-Y 3. KAREN VOLK-Red Derbies 2,3. RUSSELL VOLSTORF DEANNA VOSS NORMAN VOSS-Golf Team I,2. BEVERLY IVAGNER-Red Derbies 23 Cheering Block 2g Jr Prom 2. JEANNETTE WAGNER '4 K ' cfm' . '5 if .dj - 1 - a ' ' fi.f1ff'5 .-'Q ' :if I .jiiifiilgi -'BTW 5.54 I ph f T ,P-,-"""f I QQ S Seniors JAMES WEBSTER JEFF WEIDNER-Honor Society 2,31 Steering Committee 2g Homecoming 1,2,3g Boys' State 2: Track 1,23 Football 1,33 Swim Team l,2,3: Hall Monitors 3: Hall Patrol 1,2,3g Hi-Y 2,3g Jr. Concessions 23 Jr. Prom 1,25 German Club 2. DALE WEIK PATRICIA WESTBERG-Jr. Concessions 2g Cheering Block lg Jr. Prom 2 g T ck I Club 3g Girls' Chorus 1,2,3. KAREN WESTBROOK-G.A.A. 1 g Jr. Red Cross 2g Cheering Block 1 5 Jr. Play 25 Jr. Prom 2. JUDY WESTPHAL-Hall Monitors 33 Tri-Hi-Y '64 1,2. CARL WETZEL JERRY WHIRL BEVERLY WHITE-Student Council 23 Canteen 25 Jr. Con- cessions 1g Jr. Prom 2. EUGENE WHITE-Cross Country 2,33 Track 1,2,3. THERESA WHITLOW-C.A.A. 'lg Red Derbics lg A Cappella 35 Mixed Chorus 1. PHILIP WIEGEL SUE WIENCEK-Red Concessions lg Fashionettes 1,2,3. ORRIN WIESEMANN--,Mixed Chorus 1. DENNIS WILL CAROLE WILLIAMS-Jr. Red Cross 35 Red Derbies 2,33 Jr. Play 25 Tri-Hi-Y 1,2,3. DON WILSON BILL WINGARD Seniors EDWARD WOJASINSKI BEVERLY WOLFORD-G.A.A. 1 5 Red Derbies 2,3. SHARON WALGAST-G.A.A. 1,25 Red Derbies 1,25 Girls' Chorus 1,2,3 5 Tri-Hi-Y 1,2. MARGUERITE WOZNIAK-Hall Monitors 25 Jr. Concessions 25 Red Derbies 1,35 Latin Club 25 Fashionettes 1,2,3. MIKE WOZNIAK-Hall Monitors 31 Hall Patrol l,2,35 Jr. Prom 25 Latin Club 2,35 F.T.A. 1,2,3. NANCY WOZNIAK CONNIE WRIGHT JIM WRIGHT-Cross Country 25 Tennis Team 1. DEVON WROBLEWSKI MARYLOU WROBLEWSKI MARILYN WYSONG-Red Derbics 2,3. ED YANKE MARSI-IA YODER-Red Dcrbics 13 Cheering Block 23 Jr Prom 25 Latin Club 2,35 A Cappella 2,35 Mixed Chorus 15 Madri- gals 2,35 School Musicals 1,2,3. JERROLD YOUNG-spanish Club 1,25 Paint spots 2: A cap- pella 2,3g Mixed Chorus lg "Oklahoma" "The King and I. LENNA YOUNG-G.A.A. 15 Student Store 35 Red Derbies 2, Cheering Block 25 Tri-Hi-Y 2. TOM ZEESE-Baseball 15 Football 1,25 Jr. Concessions 2. MARY JO ZEIDLER-Jr. Concessions 25 Jr. Prom 1. JUDY ZEMROWSKI-Red Dcrbies 35 Tri-Hi-Y 3. Seniors MICHAEL ZIMONJA-Hall Monitors 3. PHILIP ZOOK-Student Council 1,23 Track 1,2,3g Football l,2, 3g Hall Monitor 1,2,3g Hall Patrol 1,2,3g Hi-Y 2,3g Spanish Club 1. GREG ZUREK-Jr. Prom 2. RONALD ZYGMUNTOWSKI--Football lg D.E. Club 2g T811 Club 3. PATRICIA NOWFEL WILLIAM WANTLAND Seniors Not Pictured Dan Agemy Kathleen Henrich Terry Beckman Sharon Krause Bob Clark Jim Matzke Ken Conklin Larry Niego Ed Denham Susan Pawlak Janis Duffy Bill Pishkur Archie Gillard Eric Sabin Kay Gulliver Tom Surber Maxine Harris 149 junior Class ojicars: Fred Kern, prcsidmztg Lynda Pou- tius, swcr1'tary.' Doug Gloj, vice-prvsidcrzt. junior Class .spousors: Miss Call wrt, Mr. Cook. lf EMT f' Busy juniors work on concessions and the Prom Led by their class ollicers-Fred Keen, presidentg Doug Glolf, vice-president, and Lynda Pontius, secretary, the juniors tackled their greatest respon- sibility-the Prom. From September through February concessions workers peddled soft drinks, popcorn, potato chips, and candy bars at football and basketball games. Much of the money earned from concessions was used to finance the decora- tions, entertainment, and refreshments for the Prom. Work on the big dance began in January when the steering committee and class sponsors, Miss Calvert and Mr. Cook, set up committees and considered Prom themes. The following months were filled with long hours of work and worry as the yearls principal social event took shape. For their play the Junior Class presented The M ousetrap, a murder mystery set in England. 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V V: j , ,gh 'ixiifl .Jil 'J 5 Q . , A -ri - .3 b -. 3 N Q -.. g ' ,, ng .. x .V ye t t y H 5 l . . 43 , A .X H . , . uniors Keith Igelski Richard Ingle Diane .lacks Nfanuel Jaelcson John Jaeolms Joyce .larolrsen jim ,Iahnz Pal .lakelslci Frank Jalaulxowski YVillian1 Jania Blichael ,Iasirki llernzulelte Jaske Jim Jaske Connie john David julmson janet .Iolmson Kenneth Jolmson Nlargarel Johnson lyierry Johnson Thomas jnlmsun YVilliam jnlmson Nlarilyn Jones Sandra Joyee Thomas .lurkelt Gretchen Kai-cling Susan Kahn Jucleilnn Kallil George Kaminski Ivlirkey Kannueha Willie Mae Kelly Frecl Keen Paul Keever Duane Kelley Robert Kemp Kathryn Kempl john Kenehek Sheery Kennedy Shcery Key Sharon Kieffer Terry Kielzman Darryl Killinglveek Susan Kindig Philip Kinlrele Rollert Kirkland john Klusinski Victor Kolpos Joyce Kues Ma1'y Koester Mary Komasinski Richard Kopanski Alan Koski Marslizi Knzin Nancy Kramer SCU!! Krantl Dick Kribs Norma Kriesel Christine Krueger Larry li. Krueger Larry H. Krueger William Krueger Pat Kulmaszezyk Nancy Kulmira Randy Kuehik Charles Lannn Miriam Lane William Lane Nancy LaFountain Susan Larson Margy Lass 'lilimnas Lau Casln Lee lillllllll Leeks Ruthy Leeks Robert Leeks Sue Ann Levin Diane Lewis Diane Lievense Jane Linclemann Phil Liverman Linda Loehlnaier Franees Loelnnancly Carol Luekridge Kathy Luetz Linda Lugman Doris Longslreet Richard Loomis Ann Lowenthol l'atrieia Lueas uniors Dennis Lutz Kathy Lyles Linda Lynch Barb Lyons Michael McAnalIy Ed hlcllride Mike MeCluskey jill McCormick Bill McGowan Joseph McGrath Doretta McKinnan Phil hlaciejewski Sandy Maerz Larry Mahl Bonnie Malott Stephen Malott janice Manny David Malin Mike Mansfield David Marion Connie Markowski Ronald Markoxrslci .Indy Marthinsen Nancy hlarshall Jack hlartin janet hlartin jim hlastcrson lVilliam Masteraon Jim Mathias joan hlatthews Katherine lllaynard Anna hlayo llenry hlayo Larry Llazucliowaki Toni Melnyk Carol Menke Nancy Merriman David Meyer Phil Meyer Ronald lkleyers Dan Miller Darrell hliller David Miller Donna Miller Kathy Miller Pam Miller Valerie hliller Dennis Milne Satn lilohamed Peggy Monchamp Doreen Morse Georgia Morton Wally Moslry Larry Mowinski Walter Mueller Terry Muldoon Freddie Mullins Allan hlurray Roberta Naclratowski Karlern Nall Sherry Neveroski Mary Ann Ncvorski Connie Newman Dennis Nichols Norman Nichols Dave Nicklas Genevieve Niemies Vernon Norberg Pat Novak Marge Noveroskv Edward Null' Janice Nussman Jim O'Connor Gail Odlc Mike Ofcharchak JoAnn Olds Jill Olsen Karen Olsen Patricia Olson William Olson Ray O'Ncil Duane Oflllilby Paulette Oschinski David Ostrowski ef' -L" :L ff, 1 I ' W' K i Fi L. 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P if , NLSW ' 1 L ' 1 g f S " Pi'ia,.,g lx 'Q uniors Larry Oslust Diana Otto Fred Oviatt Benny Pace Dan Paholski Steve Pahs Shirley Parsley Terry Paulack Judy Pawlick Ron Pawlik Doris Payne Kristine Pearson Joey Perkat Kenneth Peek Dennis Pellar jim Pennington Antoinette Penzlor Beverly Perry Barbara Petcher Alice Peterson Ron Petersen Sharon Peus Dennis Phillips Connie Pierhnik Peggy Pieruch Bill Pier Carol Pieszchala Dave Pilarski Barbara Piotrowski Rohert l'iotroxx'ski Dennis Pitcock Ronald Pilarek Dave Plona Lynda Pontius Cheryl Popavd Curtis Popp Steve Porter Dan Povlock Gayle Powell Karen Prast Greg Preihs Fred Price Darlene Proctor Karen Purta Gregory Putz Janet Pytynia Verna Queen Susan Raatz Judy Ragle Tony Ragle Jane Rasmussen Tamara Ray Sylvia Rayfield Arleen Reed Vicki Reed Tom Regan Tom Rempala Pat Reno Barbara Reuer Patricia Rice Jim Richmond john Richmond Barhara Rieck Donna Riley Sherry Riley Linda Ritchie Sheryl Roberts Albertha Robinson Joel Robinson lVilliam Roland Judith Rose Patsy Ross Dave Roth Suzanne Rousseau Dennis Rude Rosemarie Ruess Linda Ruslmoldt Doug Russell Sandra Ryden Donald Ryszka Dave Sadennater lVillialn Sadowski Betsey Sanders Nelson Sanders Sharon Sanders jamie Santana Greg Sararofl' Charles Sass uniors Richard Schacht Ernie Scheeske Randy Schermerhorn James Schlunclt Ronald Schlundt Linda Schmidt Sheryl Schoch Tom School' Judy Scholl Thomas Schreiner Christine Schroeder David Schroeder Andrea Schroll Patsy Schuh Dennis Schultz Mary Schultz Robert Schultz Tim Schumaker Betty Scott Ken Scott Jerry Scrivnor Phil Seifert Carol Selkc John Seppycs George Serhal Twila Shank Patricia Shidler Eugene Shawley Joyce Shields Barbara Shipley Carol Short Dianne Simcrlein Darlenc Sims Russell Sims Jolm Skivers Sandra Sliwa Katherine Smidt Pat Smierterny Judy Smiley Karen Smiskcy Catherine Smith Ellen Smith Herman Smith Janice Smith Virginia Smith Norma Snapp Carl Snearly Jim Snyder Randall Solner Judy Sommerfeld Mary Ann Spencer Loree Spicer Becky Sprague Robert Squeres Gail Stannard Helen Stanton Pat Sranton Bonnie Stantz David Stantz Toni Staroba Mike Stawski David Steele Larry Steele Harold Steen Keith Sleinhiser George Steinhiser Gail Stcinheiser Marilyn Stevens Kaye Stevenson Robert Stolze Theresa Storey tVayne Storey Mike Stupcck Thomas Sutherlin Kaye Swanson Steve Sweney Sandra Swcndsen Richard Swinehart Peggie Switzer Larry Sydow Jean Sydnw Zbigniew Szalajko Jerry Szemes John Szemes Diane Szymoslti Judy Tadloclt Randy Talbutt Chester Tatarslti i 7' ? , J 7-+I' 1 , W'- P J J 5- J 'e , ' t 3- f t A3 gc.y! , 7, J fy , t tt Y X A me 1 - 4- vs i E 7 C 1 " Q fi N ,, '47 -'i K ,W . 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LL f To -9' -1 L 1 V Aff N 2, Rig, x X11 uniors Calvin Taylor Donna Teeters Patti Tell Allen Thiede Dick Thode Carolyn Thomas john Thomas lvillie Thomas Bob Thomason Donna Thompson Robert Timm john Todd Kenneth Toniaszewski James Tomsheck Pamela Towler janida Treissmcr Diane Trojan Richard Troth Charles Trott Tom Trotter Tony Tucker Janis Turner Terry Ulrich Alan Unger Nlerri Beth Urgurait Sue Urback Kathy Valentine John Yantlerplongh Don Vankosky Kathi Vernier Jessi Volger Dean Vlade Carol Wahner ,lim YValtz Jeanne Vlantland Linda Yvashlnske Pamela lVashluske Janice W'eed William WVUIIC Peggy Werner Charles lVest Tony WVestcott David lvestphal Wayne VVestphal Christine Yvhalen Calvin lVhitaker Delores YVhitc Edward White Robert White Cheryl Whitlow Joyce YViblc Vicki Wiencck Dale Wienhofl Karen lNienke Randy lVildhart Greg Wilkins Kathy Will Mary Willey Allen vvilliillllh Rebecca yvilll1lll1S Louise lVillie Linda WVilson Thomas lVilson Harlan YVineland Paul Winkler Terry Wiseman jim lViskeman Rickey WVitek julia Wkwnasinski Penny Wolf Ronald NVootl David Woodruff Gary Woodruff Vicki Woods hlarcia Worthy Trudy WVozniak Connie Wright Ralph WVright Wayne Yakus Chester Yann Allen Yazel Clifford Yentcs Diane Yoder Bettye Yuzamas Zella Yuzaxnas Sue Zabramsky Robert Zawacki Sandra Zeman :unvs Zvxnrowski anice Zcpik Juniors Not Pictured Anthony Brown Ray Gaston Jim Kohn Roger Russ Jann-s Dipvrt Michael Hester Barbara Marquart Greg Saracoff Ron Doha Gilhcrt Hudson Janice Money Ed Skwiat Connie Eldridge Lonicl Johnson John Nicholas David Swanson Ronald F0ltll'Il3lM'l' Jim Kaminslii David Pilarski EIIHPIIK' Wlirnlu Iitlwartl Garhncit Robert Kelsey Jerry Ross Janirc ,XVrighl In M emoriam Our classmates for just a J short while. A 1 "Death broke at once the vital chain 5 Psfl J and freed his soul the near- est wayf' Samuel Johnson Robert Beck Allen Blank 159 Sophomore Class oj'icvrs.' Jlolm Holmes, vice-presidmztg Cheri Wilkins, .w'crwtary,' Robert Hampton, prfsidzfnt. Sophomore Class sponsors: Mrs. Urquhart, lllr. Bass. Sophomores begin high school life With an eager step into the halls, sophomores got their first taste of senior high life at Elston. The excitement calmed and enthusiasm was channeled into late hours of study, happier hours of club activities, and strenuous hours of athletics. Choosing officers was the initial duty of the new class. Robert Hampton was elected president, John Holmes vice-president, and Cheri Wilkins secre- tary. Sophomore sponsors, Mr. Bass and Mrs. Urquhart, served as chief organizers of the class Hawaiian Luau party. Hula boys, swaying to the music of ukuleles and bongo drums, gaily marked the beginning of a busy three year stay for 760 new sophomores. Sophomores Marian: Abraham Larry Acker Joan Ackil Charlotte Adrian Philip Ahrendt Jody Alexander James Alinsky Anita Anderson Gretrhen Anderson Lissa Anderson Raymond Anderson Franeis Archer Nlelody Archer ,lim Ash lfVillian1 Ashmore l'aul Ayars Brent Baclnnann Dave Baker Richard Baker Dave Bannwart Chuck Barhyclyt Arla Barnes Dale Barnes Ralph Barnes Steve Baron Janet Barlels Louise Bartos Tim Bartlett Tint Bassett Sandra Batz Melanie Baugher Gerry Beard Larry Beal Carolyn Bear Ruth Beason Berry Beluc Arlene Benningholl' Marty Benowitz Charlene Bently Daryl Bentley Dorene Bentley Richard Bernethy Judy Berrieu Kent Berry Phil Bildhauser Mary Ann Birdsong Bob Birkholz Daniel Bixler biadeline Bishop Robert Blank Nanvy Bobinski Barbara Bock Rirhard Bork Barbara Boehm jean Boehnlein Eddie Bogenski Ronald Bohle Curtis Bohnstatlt Marcia Bohnstadl Chris Bollta Mike Bolka Daniel Bootrheck Marvin Bootz Arnold Bos Richard Boyan Richard Boyer james Brady ,Indy Bratford Chuck Brazier Donald Briggs Toni Brinkman Beverly Brocius Dorothy Brooks Karen Brown Mildred Brown Doris Broyies Donna Bryant Rohert Buckner Harry Bury llarlene Bud Jacqueline Buell l'an1ela Bundeslnau Russell Bunton Alan Burke Marnelta Burkhart Ronald Burns Sharee Burns Paul Bush x X, , .sz B, J, B B, B., B be Br B 4, B ' H' B ' -Bx . 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H, 'Y f ' Sophomores Robert Bush Rosemary Buzalski Richard Byers Deer Ray Bynum Tim Cadwell Linrla Cameron Pat Cammet Alan Camplejohn Diana Cargile Anita Carmona Joyce Carpenter Ronald Carpenter Tom Cashlxaugh Virginia Cashhaugh Earl Chambers Duane Chase Toni Checola Lucy Childers Tom Clnniel hfarc Christopher David Clacys James Clements Lillian Clemmons Ronnie Clill' Gary Clilliord Marianne Coffer Jerome Collier Mary Collier George Collins Hulbert Colwell Tammy Conklin Opal Conner Brenda Cook Ed Cook Ken Cook Ginger Cooper Larry Cola Sharon Cotton Tim Cox Janet Crane Ron Crawford Betty Crook Charles Crowley Susan Cullon Mike Cx-use John Cunningham James Cummings Larry Daugherty Phil Davis Terry Davis Deloris Deal Dorthy Deal Nancy Deardorll' Pricilia Denhy Dan Dcner Vernon Detlel Gretchen Dettwiler Sandi Deucvcau Frances Diana John Dickerhofl' Charles Dickey Delain Dickey Evelyn Dingler Donald Dingman Toni Divietro Richard Dolph Brian Dombkowski Stanley Domhkowski Tom Dombkowski John Domhrowsky Ed Dosenherry Wayne Dosenherry Don Dougherty Mzxrsllzx Draves Rodney Drares Susan Dnnton l'at Dnszynski Henry East James East Robert Eaton Jerry Eckert George Edinger Bill Elden Ken Engle Mary Jane Eggers Dawn Eisensee Nancy Ellis Pam Engle Sophomores Sally Erickson Rolland Estes Judy Fairbairn JoAnn Falbo Prenla Falls Virginia Falls Linda Fargo Donna Farley Anita Farmer Stanley Farxner Lee Feldman Terry Fenske liric Finstock Nancy Fisher Pam Fischer Dan Flavin Jacqui Flenner Debbi Forgash Dong Forrester Mary Fox Helene Fraser Pat Frecke Nadine Fredenbnrg Pamela Fries Richard Frigon Cindy Fuller Nancy Fuller David Gardiner Doreene Gardner Robert Garrett Emery Gasaway Calvin George Alaston Gillard Carol Glanz Jim Gleason Lorraine Glick Kenneth Glick Tom Glosser Sue Goetz Roy Goodwin Dale Gomns Jan Gorr Susan Gotlo Ruth Graf Linda Grantham Connie Granzo Joyce Granzo Harold Gresham Laurel Grimm Susan Groff Frank Gross Helen Grzeszczyszyn Rodney Guehn Loretta Gunun Judy Haberman Danny Hagew Ken Hahn Norma Hakes Norman Hakes Donald Hamilton Mike Hampel Robert Hampton Gregg Hanke Mary Ann Harrington Jess Harris 'I'mnmy Harris Willie Harris Morene Harvey Dave Hawkins Steve Hedges Janis Hedstrom Nora Heeg Richard Heeg Donald Hcichel Cecil Hemingway Roland Henrich James Hendrick Robert Hendrickson Al Herrlmch Ralph Herrhach Mike Henry Boh Hiatt Frances Hill Sharon Hill Louise Hicks Gloria Hoffman Betty Holden Sandy Hollis Q95 X .v -. r .+. 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Pat Howland Carolyn Iluhbard Bill Huliock Kathy Hull' Rickey Huglies Judith Ilulehinson Kathy Hullinger Kathy Hultgren Dale Human Tom Ilulmacher Judy Hutson Owen Hurley YVarren Hyde Dan Irk Leon Ishmael Mike Ishmael Mari Janicki Lucinda Janke Melinda Jankc Judy Jasicki Patricia Jaske Roger Jenkins Clark Jenks Carolyn Jenner Sandra Jnlm Andrew Johnson Candy Johnaun Jennifer Julmaon Cheryl Johnston Ernest Jones John Jones Larry Jones Lloyd Jones Joyce Jouien Zita Katzmarck Patricia Kado Larry Kalk Fredrick Kalkirtz Dennis Kamhs Sammy Karnilowiez Linda Keen Dan Keene James Keller William Kennedy Philip Kieffer Judy Kielpman Don Killiglxeck Charles Kindig Cindy Kinsey Marilyn Kintzelc Cathy Kioss Tim Kloss Janet Knitter Charles Knoll Dan Knoll Karlene Kohler Caryl Kohn Rudolf Kohn Opal Kolaskey Judy Kolobuchowski Kathy Kulodiei Richard Komasinski Jim Kopehinski Linda Kornegay Michelle Koury Cathy Krachinski William Kraemer Carol Kriesel Michel Krawczyk Arlene Krueger Ruth Ann Krueger Steve Krueger Fred Kvocha Carol Lalierge Mary Jane Laberge Freddie Lalmrn Sherry LaFollettc Laura Landrum Ronald Lane Kathryn Lange Lizzie Lark Lynn Lalonrette Edward Layman Sophomores Georgie Lautt Larry Lee Frank Lesener Linda Levay llernard Leven Charles Leven liill Levondoski liugene Levendowski Robert Lewis Robert Libke Cynthia Lievense Don Lindberg James Lindslrom Eileen Linkowski James Liverxnan Margaret Loclnnandy Christina Logxnaun Judy Long Trudy Long Sandra Loomis Joan Losiniecki Gale Lowery Pamela Lowery Ronald Lowry Sam Lowry Linda Lubinieeki Judy Luelh Brenda Lykins Darriell Lykins Julie Lynch Bob McBride Linda McCollough Mary McCormick Ron McDonald Robert McFarland Larry McNeal Marilyn McNeal Vincent lslager Diane Maitland Sharon Malecki Curtis Manes Gregory hlanslield Charlene Marbeiter Cecelia hlarcinirk Carol Marovich Maryann Martorand Steve Martin Micheal Mason Ronnie Mason Lynn Mathias Patricia Matthews Roy Matthews Sandra Mathews James Matuszak Harry Matzkc Donna Mayfield Ruth Maynard Kathy Mazzaia Kathy Meer Carol Meredith John Meriweather Daniel Messina Dennis Metheny Doug Meyer Shirley Michaels Tony Middleton Frances Miles Bill Millard Darlene hliller James Miller Lynea Miller Charlotte Minzey James Miscir Alice Mitchell David Mitchell Lawrence Mitrhels Ilene Moon Jinx Mooneyhan James Moore James Morgan Carolyn Morris Keith Morris Sharon Morris Carla Morse Michael Morse Terry Morse Mary Ann Muldoon Frank Musth is l . a 1 A ' no I A . ev l , A ""- .. 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'L' 'T ' -fit, 31,1 ':"Sf"' E2 Sophomores Steven lWyers Howard Nast Bfarilyn Neal Hollis Nelson Kathy Neneroski Larry Nesslcr Joyce Newton Dave Nichols Joann Nickell Dan Nole Carolyn Novitske WVayne Novak Jinx Nowatzke Juliana Nowatzke Brian Nowlel Ben Nygren Pat O'C0nnell Cheryl Olds Hollis Olson Maria Olweean Patrick O'Malley Steve O'Neal Susan Otlewski Ronnie Otto Stephen Otto Nlartha Owsley Rita Pace Kathleen Pagels Phyillis Pagels Ronald Pahl Nancy Pahs Earlene Painter Kathy Papineau Sandy Parker Greg Parkhousc Trudy Paska Jixn Paskey Patricia Pavlock Stcvc Patz Frank Pawlik Samuel Pawlak Minnie Payne Jeane Pearre Gloria Pearce Gary Pennington Sheila Peo Terry Peer Nino Peroruo Stanley Penziol Gary Peters Robyn Peters Suzanne Peters Robert Peterson Torn Petoskey Phil Pier Frank Pishkur Kenneth Pizarek Pat Plank Roger Pliskey James Plew Cynthia Pliskc Eugene Plughaupt Donn Plununer Regina Pope Marlene Pranckus Nancy Prast Marlo Prics Ron Prnll Robert Proud Richard Przyhylinski Stan Prlylrylinslti Andrea Putarek Janice Qualls Pat Qualls Phil Radtke Vera Ramsey Stella Rancatore Kay Rastenis Pain Rcale Joann Reed Susan Rcctz Bob Reno Rick Rr-uni Darla Richardson Kathleen Riclnnann Martin Rieek Maury Riley Garry Ritter Sophomores Barhara Roach Gary Roaclarinel Daniel Rnames Carol Rnhhins Larry Rnhhins Riehartl Roberts Catherine Ruse Davitl Ross May Roth Diana Rntnien Susan Rowley Lintla Rneter .lnseph Rule Dave Rnslmnlllt Larry Russell l'atriria Russell Sharon Ryha Ueorgia Santlers Iiugenia Santuw Larry Satkoski Robert Sass Penny Sass Shirley Saturnns Bob Satnn lVancla Saylnr Andrew Schaeffer Jerry Sehlegelniilch Frerl Sehlick Allen Schnick lNIary Sehumaker Ruth Schnonover Fretl Schrelkc Al Schroeder Bonnie Sehroedor Pamela Schroeder Susan Schroeder Dennis Sehnltz Linda Schultz Marjvry Sehnltz Dan Scliunmkcr Richard Sehwanke Lincla Schweizer Dennis Scott lid Scrivnor Helen Scnrlnck Cheryl Scaverns Pam Sulku john Selmen Tlionms Senter Gail Shaffer Stuart. Shzxfler Dolores Sharltey Kathy Shaw Iyiernd Shaw Terri Shatrley llarhara Sheppenson Peggy Sherrili Mike Sllt'l'tN'00Kl Diane Shuster Lonnie Siegmund Barry Siglc Sally Sigle Oneil Simmons Alhertine Simpson Linda Siseho james Sjoberg Cynthia Smego Lnrretta Smidt Alice Smith Linda Smith Margaret Smith Margaret Smith Richard Smith Sally Smith Diane Snyder joan Soberki Lincla Sohecki Bonnie Snholetvski Ronald Sparks Carol Spenrer Ciftnn Spicer ,lncly Spicer Leonard Spirer Sally Spit-rs llarhara Sprung Dan Spyhalski Mollie Staver Terry Steele Q is -.M 5 X R.-A 4'hi Q. 1- , 5 3, ff' , A Q3 L fre-1' t I T 54 . We sw - - wh, 1 B fe gf -rcfff., Y'- gkkx R 9 S3 N vis 1. ' - f-1-Ss.-I-. 5' i f . wi, K S X ' .. 3, n It -- ' ' K w fe .X f- . .. t its-x ' 'QS v 2 ilk ,Q . gg ft. Q . N "df 1 . kms-rib - N E 'AX L Yi X ,J l A I., ,K Y X 1 X ik' hfx L 1 Tj 77 ' -1 -. ' Yin iw? f'-.X X . ? Ne' t L 1 S Q f i ff' fluff' . 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Q., Q, A. f Sophomores jimmy Steen Connie Stelleina Larry Stephens Sue Stephens Linda Stiblie judy Storey Mike St. Pierre Mary Stranton Gerald Slueck Geraldine Stueck Regina Sturgeon Jack Sulherlin Jesse Sutton Nada Svendsen Eddie Sweeting Ed Switalski Pat Sydow Patricia Sypnieski Susan Taft Toni Tarpley Kris Tenzcr Betty Terry Agnes Thomas Edith Thomas Raymond Thomas Barbara Thompson Larry Thompson lVilliam Thompson Kris Thornburgh Charles Thorpe Shirley Thurman Roger Tilden Georgeann Timmons Jeff Tiuunrick Ellen Todd Sheila Tolchinsky Dennis Tolton Charles Tomach Philip Toinaszewski Michael Tomenko Bryan Ton Vicki Toore Pat Tortorici George Trenunel Cheryl Trout Gail Troy Patsy Tucker Mike Turpen joseph Tylisz Tim Tyrrell Daniel Urbanski John Utpatel Duane Vachon Gail Vader Penny Valentine Chris Vallarano Paul Vanderpool Sue Van Vlack Pat Varsart Richard Vayhinger Elwood Volk Cherie Verdos Karl Von Hartz Larry Voss Donald WVadliugtuu Ron Wadlingtnn D4-a Wagner Gail Walenga Dennis Yvalter Rebecca lValters Kenny Waltz Pat Wantuch Sarah Wardean Anita Watson Brad Watson Larry Watson Laura Watson Susan lVarner Bill Wvelier Catherine WVL-idner Danny Weiss Sue lfVeiss Ronald lVentland Tum WVelham Barbara YVest Patricia YVest Richard WVestinan Barbara W'estphal Sophomores Craig YVeslphal Kathy Ann Westphal Linda White John Ylfhite John White Shirley Whitaker Doug Wiekstroni Margaret Wiencek Bill Wilke Cheri Wilkins Betty Williams Rebecca Williams Thrersa lVillian1s Terri XVt'tzel Diann Witner Karleane NVise Kay NViseinan Elizabeth Woehrlc Nancy YVOjasinski Susan Wolff Sandra Wolop Sandra Woodrulf Pat Wysong Esther Yanz Darrell Zbrowsk Stephanie Zielinski Richard Zulvinski Michael Zonyk Karolyn Zinnnerle Yvonne Zinnnernmn Mitchell A +s .N . , .st is ii! 4 'Z t . -fe xx , . fi es, ,Q Adams Ray Brown Beverly Butler Toni Carpenter Larry DcRolf Frances Diana Ricky Dilloway Leon Drake 3? 2 vi S 31 i gli! vi, 'ex 3-4 , N Xl X ax kkfal tl ip Fifa- A ' " -nv ,A ll T 2 -Q . Y ' Sophomores Not Pictured Darlene Fly Sharon Fox Joyce Granzo Alice Grayson Jean Guess Dale Gumns Susan Hale Mary Ann Herrington Richard Koch Stanley Levendoski Charles Lisak Phillip Mazer Vicki Moore jay Olweean Ed Parrett Todd Rudnick 1491 ffl 5 A If 'QW ,pu ,I , 'llNlI5!7llllYl' X ikx- i P, 0 ' S ' Q -M, X Nl was ffrm I-fjL,M5,1, L, K ,. .3 ff' 1 'H' .,'-wx '73, .vw as l ,-.N ,"" KI . f r gb'.".2,.. -s' Y X iknuln..-our v. .-1 ilmmgvf Tj Qffusww .. . -. ,-R ,,.1 if .mf 3 'Sl 'E 2 Q"C..' ,alexa ,,.- -.. 'V ...N va M va' Jun., ... ,, Close ties exist between Elstonls stu- dent body and Michigan Cityls busi- ness community. With allowances and earnings from parttime jobs, teenagers buy a prodigious amount of food, clothing, and entertainment. Local business men aid students by providing employment and support- ing school activities such as the COMET and the ELSTONIAN. High school students and profes- sional men are important to one an- otherg for both the focus is often on Business -+A o-3357 ' s- .. , ' --f N--px- -. ,M . .,-...... . KW, A , , W Wm N-vs.....,.Q r. S--...... in ,Q -....s..,...s.,..,. K 4 5 ..-...........' s, lM:'l'li . s,..A"h Here is the entrance to Village GFCCU, Tonn SL BiaI1k,S new subdivision. 'i y, N, 4 I . 1 ff ff f Rloniierw Clark Equipment Co. Brown Trailer Division Michigan City, Indiana is . f it -Ni-4 ff , St, fd The Ladies Shop Quality at prices you like to pay 731 Franklin St. Barb Bankoff, Mrs. Linn For flowers you canlt go wrong Linda Shikany, Barb Skierkowski The new look in shoes from Dobeskiis Shoe Store 909 Franklin St. Wrightls Flowers 1004 E. Michigan Blvd. Ronnie Bryant, Kaye Krueger, Mr. Wright if Janet Pahs, Judy Mitnick QT-7 Montgomery Ward and Co. Buy your party decorations at Mattie MeCombs Congratulations to the class of Card and Party Shop 1964 1013 Franklin st. from Marilyn Szecholda, Dan Lauer Arno Adhesive Tapes, Inc. U.S. 20, Michigan City, Indiana This is ROXHHHQS Rt. 212 5? Frqyer Road Before we open each day - .l.nl.. This is after we open Good food is the reason Brownieps Restaurant 2319 E. Michigan Blvd. Sharon Barnes, Dick Smith, Gene Pflughaupt, Frank Burgess. For the finest in cosmetics it s Central Drugs 327 Franklin St. Lee Mitnick, Mrs. Rudy Krueger Jean Jaques, Kim Block, Cris Sadenwater Now! Not only can you do your own dry cleaning, you can do your own steam pressing. It's so easy with a few minutes instruction from the coun- selor. All for just pennies a garment at Cooperas Norge Village 3500 S. Franklin St. for helping make Al s Thrif T1 Mart the Super Market with the Home- Al's Thrif-Ti-Mart is fa- mous for warm, friendly, personalized service. For many years, courtesy boys and stock boys from Elston High School have helped give this extra service to our customers. We congrat- ulate this year's class of seniors and look forward to having future classes serve with us. .. ...4 i ...... E Michigan City s Largest Selection of Campus Approved Clothing Fashion Conscious oooos and young men rely on the.Campus Shop for Clothmg Of all kmds- 1: 'i'1 i iltl. , I Mary Mathias, Dave Plank A- i i Bassett Lincoln-Mercury 2013 E. Michigan Blvd. The garage where prices are born but never raised. TheM8LM The place to eat and meet. Barb Bankoff, Marsha Kozin, Lynda Lynch, Barb Lyons . g E , all A' w. 1:22- Records, records, records all sizes and prices from The Music Shop 512 Franklin St. Ruth Pahl, Bev Bartels, Greg Hanke LIQ 1 I s 'l , 1 X Peg Schwartzenberg Judy Pontius ' Zi MICHIGAN CITY For fun in the sun Louise Arthur our beautiful swimsuits are unsurpassed 630 Franklin St. 522 Franklin St. oerg Boats 8- Motors 83 N. Franklin St. Tr 2-8608 John's Barber Shop l I6 E. Warren St. Tr 2-9685 Gardex Inc. Grayson School of Music Haviland-Callan, Inc. Woddlrblff Rioald T020 E. Michigan Blvd. 70'l W. Sixth Tr 4-3l2l9lI Tr 2-5574 Tr 4-3274 Kroening Coal 81 Fuel Oil LaPorte County Beverage L. Missal Decorating Co 502 E. Second 505 Chicago St. 825 Franklin St. Tr 4-4258 Tr 4-7465 Tr 4-5566 1 41105 .w""Y4T-'Z I nw v IOC fl ORANGEADE Ot Cocrx COLA 1 ..-ff"""'T Fgjyxigb I-1-Ellie l Correa MILK MILK Q va, X X Dean Tolchinsky, Ed Wojasinski, Rod Lubeznik, John Manigold, Ken Wallerstein, Ken Johnston, Tim Moore, Mike Wozniak MacDCNALD'S HAMBURGERS graduating 'class of 1964 917 Franklin St. For the newest in shoes SMITH SHOE STORE Kristi Cook, Cris Sadenwater, Randy Robinson Betty Alden, Connie Bard MICHIGAN CITY PAPER BCX CO. 1206 Pine St. 1 PU LLMAN STANDARD x If E Q X J Q "' I-LU ' ' ? VWM.mMWmwwXS1,,,U,k, .,.,,,,.WMW L, K Y, sly -q-an u ,W Carriage Trade f Chastleton Dr. Long Beach Michigan City, Indiana Gail Stratton, Mrs. Ford Melanne Herring, Gary Peters Peters Dairy 1015 E. Michigan Blvd. I X Nancy Hill, Kent Lange Fill all your needs from drugs cosmetics at Wilkeis Drug Store 1019 Franklin Senior Citizens 15 years at 1420 WIMS Z4-104 01 New, Modern, and Wonderful jim's Supermarket Corner of 8th and Wabash Open 7 days a week Our big ten conveniences: free delivery, courtesy booth, finest in service meats, fresh daily produce, delicatessen, new paved parking, 24-hour ice vending ma- chine, famous Richlieu products, free carry-out service, money orders. Steve Major, Jack Waltz Industrial Scrap Structural Steel Congratulations to the CLASS OF U64 73 AMI METALS NORTHERN INDIANA STEEL SUPPLY CG., INC. Norwin Trailer Division Truck 81 Trailer Division Michigan City, Indiana ......q-Q-s Kem Davis Larry Job TMMC9 Tapered Te The Teen IVIan's Mood lTeen Man's Mood! A A product of JAYMAR-RUBY, INCORPORATED, Mi Note Gibson SANSABELT worn by Kent and Larry above is now made in TMM model, the beltless slack with new comfort .... . . . gives you a real cool look and slim tapered style from waist to shoe cop. Try a pair - you'll like them. chigan City, Indiana J' M,,,,Y v -V vm-, "M WM it , ,f A , S Q y slifiiwfk' N' For the best in china visit Vernier China Co. Kathy Vern 3300 U. S. 20 , Donna Burkett Cheryl Bohllm, Bill Kelly Elcc Electronics N. Roeske Ave. X sf 0 ,lam S Pepsi Cola General Bottlers Inc. West U. S. 20 Michigan City, Indiana Blocksom Comsibany E. Fifth St. Sandy Schoch, jim McCormick .., .... .v..,:,. .... jdyShllL'd Wh' u C 0 , ln a lte g Sch0ll9s Danny ' 1615 Franklin St. It's More Pun to Eat at Michigan City's Own QQ Qggga 21- x NY J, n,,f pf? Dr1ve In Restaurant 'vi 2 1 3936 S Frankhn Gust North of 20 a lim For carry outs Phone Tr 2-86615 ff,,!L- ta Q G9 f Q A x 'Ai,Ll1lH?, Sf , is 4 i'0ruU-Eff.-. 4' 1 io n I ' J . 9 U ' U ' ' ' h 4 f H f - S, uearizlgirears t that can't t!" "Let's go boating" at . . . B 85 E Marina, Inc. 500 Center St. at the Bridge Joy Manufacturing Co. Woodland Ave. Cross, Barb Miller, Mr. Wendt. Complete selection of new and used runabouts Water skiing equipment Kent Lange, Bill Kelly, Rich Collison, Dick Spen- cer. l. Carl Bauer, Ron Stalbaum, Becky Morrison Economy Motors South Franklin Michigan City, Indiana T7 r """ gg? i 5 Things go better with Coca-Cola Things go better with Coke Life is much more fun When you're refreshed And Coke refreshes you best . . . It's the refreshing-est. Food goes better with . . . Fun goes better with . . . You go better with Coke. The real live one puts extra fun In you and everything you do So . . . things go better with Coca Things go better with Coke. Coca-Cola -Cola Tom Cowan, Jack Martin Star Laundry and Cleaners TR 4 7818 Michigan at Pine You learned to drive with a Chevyg why not own one! If you have taken drivers' training at Elston High, you know how wonderful a Chevy handles and rides. We invite you to inspect Enyeart's large selection of OK Used Chevrolets and the 5 kinds of 1964 Chevrolets, soon! 225 E. Michigan Blvd. Home of Phillips Red JoAnn Schoof, Carol Holloway, Diane Lievense Hays Corp. 742 E. Eighth st. Congratulations to the Class of "64v For the best in food, drink, and friendly service- go where they all go- to Head concrete anchors Phillips Drill Co. E. Dunes Highway Becky M Morrison's Drive In 2106 Washington St. Students select rings from Herff Jones George Kingsley, Rep. 1401 N. Capitol Avenue Indianapolis 7, Indiana Service with a Smile at the BandK Root Beer Stands 120 Franklin 2308 Franklin Delaney's Furniture wishes the best to the class of '64 710 Franklin A store especially for men Cush 81 Lambka, Inc. 727 Franklin The ultimate in prom floral fashion Solberg's House of Flowers 731 Washington Ellie B Dan Steinke, Mr. Lambk R A St t Terry Seavems, Cheryl Se Used parts are available at Michigan City Auto Salvage Co. U. S. 20 Sue Ebert, Kim Freier Priscilla Trout, Ken Krueger Ulrich Paint And Glass Inc. 1411 Franklin St. COMPLIMENTS AND BEST WISHES I From the News-Dispatch Michigan City, Indiana A Champion in its Field -the kind of newspaper that gives the most to both the reader and advertiser. -30 years experience LaPorte County's Largest Newspaper -has over 2500 more subscribers in LaPorte County than any other paper and prints more pages than any LaPorte County paper. LaPorte County's Largest Paper With Color Janna Schlick, Mike Henry -can print up to 3 colors and black in both news and advertising-with twenty years of color experience. Y0ur lumberman 1894 1964 LaPorte County's Best Newspaper for 70 years -has won over twenty awards in past five years in Typographical Excellence, Community Service, Photographic Excellence, Safety Editorials, Community News and others . Henry Lumber CO, News-Dispatch Michigan City, Indiana Sixth St Bridge A COMMUNITY BUILDER Seniors--Class of 364 watch automation in action at Citizens Bank electronic IBM Data Processing equipment 'qv 4 - - 'FQ-,."w-,fx I :W di Robert M. Price, Assistant cashier in charge ofIBM Data Processing depart- ment at Citizens Bank, explains operation to seniors-Jackie Sherwood, Gregg Stephenson. Used cars New cars Sherman Buick 309 W. Michigan Blvd. 1 Block west of the Court House Mr. Sherman, Kitty Mross Arndtis Sport Shop Sporting equipment of all kinds Corner of Fourth 8: Franklin Phil Zook, Bob Bannwart Anchorage Restaurant 1018 Franklin St. Tr 2-9366 Benny's Restaurant E. Dunes Highway Tr 2-8621 Berg's Floral 81 Gift Shop 906 Franklin St. Tr 2-2210 Blackmond's Jewelers 801 Franklin St. Tr 4-4765 Blieden's Camera Center 524 Franklin St. Tr 2-8080 Book Fair 414 Franklin St. Tr. 2-4395 Colonial Bakery 829 Franklin St. Tr. 9-9200 Checker Cab Co. 616 W. Ninth Tr 4-3261 Eden House U. S. 20 81 421 Tr 4-7303 Eighth Street Cafe 112 W. Eighth St. Tr 9-9942 Elite Beauty Shoppe 1802 W. Tenth St. Tr. 2-1414 General Construction 234 E. Second St. Tr. 4-3277 Eastmoor Slacks ayto t ,: 'S azz :fax 800 Chicago Street Froehlke, Joanne Mohamed ff , Q it : : I ..,.,: , 4, 11 13 Franklin Street Be prepared with supplies from Shelley Leinwand, Andy Palm Dan Crosby Cflice Equipment Co. 725 Franklin Street YUUR FIFTIETH YEAR 1964 YOUR GRADUATION YEAR FRONT ROW: T. Storey, P. Troutg SECOND RO Granackl, S. Kieffer Reed, C. Butler, W. Storey. THIRD ROW' R. Dickey, Morgan, R. Baker JCSAM MANUFACTURING CQMPANY 'SS - 'fl Linda Lockwood, Mr. Collins ws Cheryl Samuelson, Mrs. Nassar Marilyn, Rita Tiebert Linda Lockwood is about to enter the Frey-bilt home in Lakehills . . . the resi- dence of Mr. and Mrs. Richard W. Sipes. She will be shown the many interesting features of the Sipes home by Richard L. Collins of Frey Brothers West end of 10th Largest Selection of Home F urnishingsg free decorator service Michigan City Furniture Co. 422 Franklin boys look twice at girls who look nice Velma's Beauty Salon 716 Spring Kathy Schaeffer First Merchants National Bank Michigan City, Indiana f AK , A W ohn Marszalck, Alex Cieciwa Prescriptions with a reputation Franklin Pharmacy 1517 Franklin St. ,Q Richard Mignery Building Contractor 116 Orchard Edgewood Add. dy Mitnick, Pam Mignery qi! Sears has everything for your sports and recreational needs Dick Spenser, Gail Walk Sears Roebuck and Co 802 Franklin St. IM Where ageless cast iron is kept completely modern Weil-McLain Company, Inc. Michigan City, Indiana M Hickory Pit Restaurant Home of 'cChicken in the Rough" Complete dining room service 312 Franklin Street Duane Kelley, Caro' Pahs Ron Stalbaum Mrs. Lucas Wi Lucas School of Musi 54.3 NIUE!! Piano, Voice teacher coach, accompanist Member of the National Assoc. of Teachers of Singing r . . j f 4 217 W. Tenth Street C John Milzarek, Ed Denha It pays to play with equipment from Beebeis Sporting Goods 913 Franklin St. In Compliments of Cipares Insurance Agency 415-425 Warren Building Walt's Kitchen Cabinets Kitchen Aid dishwashers Whitehall Kitchens General Electric built in Tappen built in 1123-1125 E. Michigan Blvd. Susie LaRocco, Norm Bruemmer Boyd Phelps, Inc. 1000 Washington St. Sugar Bowl 1407 Franklin St. Tr 9-9874 Spaulding Barber Shop 114 E. Seventh St. Society Lingerie Co. Roeske SL Springland Tr 2-7206 Taylor-Chalmers Adv. 1001 Washington St. Tr 4-6251 Woodruff 81 Sons Incl 3123 E. Michigan Blvd. Tr 2-8605 Established in 1885 A member of the Federal Home Loan Bank me ga 'QVI S4 INSURED 5 ' X Michigan City Loan 81 Building Associates 311 Franklin St. Controls and Gauges FQ W. Dwyer Manufacturing Company L U. S. 12 and Highway 212 ULADD U' YAINI UU. mum of Pine Phone TR 4-6464 1-. - 1 rgirgffiz. L 1 . wr., I , .. bl 4 V f-l. 4 - Mr Case Experts always choose the oil with the greatest pep. W. W. Case 1420 E. Second St. Sandy Schoch, Sue Meiser Foster Printing Service 2101 Franklin St. Gfuiiilliif Dairy Queen 2506 Franklin, 1027 Michigan Tr 2-1550 Mr. 81 Mrs. John Vail M. C. Dry Goods Inc. 823 Franklin Tr 2-7236 Mayer's Children Shop 915 Franklin St. Tr 2-4202 M. A. Chrisfianson Co. 202 W. Harrison St. Tr 4-5207 Orbit Oldsmobile U. S. 20 Tr 4-4239 Peglow 81 Johnson, Inc. 319 Franklin Sf. Tr 4-4266 Pioneer Lumber Supply Co. 320 E. Second St. Tr 4-7283 Sid's Service Station 2316 Franklin Sf. Tr 9-9979 Shon Furniture Store 3221 Franklin Sf. Tr 2-2462 Maiot's Garden Shop 127 E. Ninfh Sf. Tr 2-1566 Ronnie's 2416 St. Lawrence Ave. lL.B.l Tr 9-9856 REAL ESTATE ORGANIZATION MICHIGAN CITY INDIANA Sign of experience and knowledge in all kinds of real estate transactions Alvin D. Blieden 601 Franklin St. TI 4-5510 Dr. Norman Carlson 913 Wabash St. Tr 4-5461 Dr. Wayne Dunlop 2218 E. Michigan Blvd. Tr. 2-4252 Fox, Transki, 8L Martin First Merchants National Bank Building Drs. Kaplan SL LaFountain 123 E. Eighth st. Tr 4-3295 Dr. Robert Marske Warren Building Tr 2-9107 Midwest Realty 701 E. Barker Ave. Tr 2-0954 Dr. W. L. Potucek 715 Pine St. Tr 4-4800 Dr. James Reiff 202 W. Ninth St. Tr 2-8654 J. H. and G. E. Schlundt Insurance 510 E. Ninth St. Tr 4-4256 Drs. Sunderland and Golightly Optometrists 812 Franklin St. Compliments of Miller Accounting and Tax Service Bohnstadt, Curtis ...... A Abel, Don .. 86,94,96,97,104,119,120 Abraham, Marian .....,... 95,161 Acker, Larry ............. .... 1 61 Ackil, Joani ..,........ 95,105,161 Adams, Elizabeth ............. 151 Adams, Michele ..... 87,90,93,95,99, 101,151 Adams, Mitchell .. ......... 90,98 Adler, Donna ..... .... 8 6 Adrian, Charlotte ... .... 161 Adrian, Fred ..... 151 Adrian, lris ...... .......... 1 51 Adrian, Lorren ..........,. 100,120 Ahrendt, Philip ............ 101,161 Akins, Robert ..... 36,70,83,l20,190 Albers, Ronald ..,.......... 151 Alden, Ann ,.,.. 92,95.l02,15l Alden, Mary ...,..... 94,96,l20,l80 Alexander, Betty .......... 105,151 Alexander, Jocelyn .. 95,104,108,16l Alix, Maxine .......,.......... 86 Allen, Gloria ..... .... ...... 1 2 0 Allen, Jack ..,. . 151 Allen, Patricia ... .. . 105,120 Alinsky, James .... ..... 1 61 Allison, Albert .... .. 81,151 Ambruso, Dennis .... ... 92,151 Anderson, Anita .... 161 Anderson, Gail ..............,. 86 Anderson, Gretchen ....... . 87,161 Anderson, Lissa ....... 6,95,105,161 Anderson, Raymond ........... 161 Anderson, Susan ,.... .....,. 8 6,95 Applegate, Robert .,.... Archambeault, Thomas Archer, Bonnie ...... Archer, Francis ...... Archer, Melody Arens, Sandra .. Armour, Jeff ..... Armour, Sharon . 120 71,81,151 151 . ..... 161 161 86 120 80,86 Armstrong, Susan ..... 92,93,95,151 Ase, Jim ..... .... ........ 1 6 1 Asemore, William ........ . 161 Asher, Tom ....... ... 108,109,151 Ashton, Robert ..,....... Aultman David 86,219,120 102 151 Aust, Mary Lou 1l'92l95,1'03,106:l5l Ayers, Joyce . ..... ...., . , ..,.. 151 Ayars, Patil ................ 97,161 Benford, Peg ...... DEX 44,9l,94,121 161 Benninghoff, Arlene ........... Benowitz, Martin ..... .,...., Benowitz, Judy .,.. Bentley, Charlene . Bentely, Daryl .... Bentley, Dorene 161 86 161 161 161 Bergerson, Ellie 35.91,94,101,102. Berkes, Dorothy Berkes, Stephanie ,. 104,151 Bernethy, Richard . Berrier, Judith .... Berry, Kent ....... Bethkc, Rebecca ,. Beyer, Doug ....... Bieber, Russell ....... .. . Biederstaedt. Cathy . Biela, Stanley . .... . Bietry, Tim .I .... Bildhauser, Phil ..........,.... Binsz, Ted ........ Bird, Jill ........, Birdsong, Mary Ann Birkholz, Robert .. Bischoff. Denice . .. Bishop, Ida Bishop, Madeline .. Bixler, Dan ....... Blackburn, Jim . . . Blank, Barbara Blank, Robert ....... Block, Kinberly 121,193 . ........,.. 42 . . . 90,92,98,l01. .. 87,161 161 161 121 151 151 121 151 80 161 . 60,107,109,151 105,121 105,161 . .,... 161 .. 92,95,151 161 34,109,161 .......l2l 121,172 161 23,32.33,94,99, 102.l21.176 Bluhm, Robert .......... 90.121.177 Blumenfeld, Sue ...,,. 36,97,102,121 Bobinski, David .......... 100,122 Bobinski, Nancy .... .,..... 9 5,161 Bock, Barbara .... Bock, Richard .... Bockner. Wilma Boehm, Barbara ..... Boehm, Bonnie Boehnlein. Jean Boehnlem, Rita Bogenski, Eddie Boguslawski, Terry 161 161 101,151 161 .. 92,95,105.151 105.161 24,98,105,122 161 122 Bohle, Ron ................... 161 Bohlim, Chcrly . 94,95,96,l03,122,185 Bolme, Kathleen ....... 103,109,122 . . 106,122 wski, Janet . .. B Bachmann, Brent ..... 7l,89,108,161 Bacztub, Stephen ........ . ..... 151 Baker, Bruce .........,.. 92,94,l5l Baker, Carol .... 20,87,90,92,l02,151 Baker, Craig ...... ...... . .. 94,151 Baker, David ................. 161 Baker, Richard .... ...... Bandurski, Ruth Bane, William , ............... 151 Bankoil, Barbara .. 25,31,32,86,87, 93,94,103,1l9,l20,173,l78 Bankoll, David .,.............. 83 Bannwan, Bob .. 67,68,89,90,120,l96 161,198 103,120 Bohnstadt, Gerry Bohnstadt, Judy . Bohnstadt, Marcia Bolka, Christine .... Bolka, Diana ..... Bolka, Dennis .... Bolka, Eugene .... Bolka, Lawrence Bolka, Michael ..... Bolka, Sandra .,... Bolka, Bonisla 161 107,151 95,105,151 95,105,161 . . . . . 95,161 .. 122 .. 100,151 . . . . 122 69,161 l3,25,43,86,102, 119,122 Stanley ................ 151 Bootcheck, Daniel . . .. 69,161 Brady, Banwart, David .......... 69,88,161 Banul, Larry .. .........,...... 151 Bard, Connie ..,... .. 87,120,180 Barhydt, Charles .... .,..... 1 61 Barkow, Lawrence .... ..... 1 51 Barnes, Arla ....... Barnes, Dale . . . . .. Barnes, Ralph . . . Baron, Christine Baron, Stephen .. Barrett, Mary Ann . . ...,... 161 .. . . . 107,161 69,161 ... 101,102,151 , .... 161 . .......,.. 120 92 95151 Barrios, Kathy ....... Bartels, Bartels, Janet ............. Bartcls, Sandra .... Barthel, Bartlett, Rena Merlyn ...l .90, , , Bercrly ...... 89,93,120,178 104,161 .. . . .. 61,98,120 151 13,15,31,67,86,89, Bootcheck, Gerald . . . . . . . 122 Bootz, Adolph .... . ....... 122 Bootz, Marvin 161 103,122 Bootz, Roxanne . .. ... . . . . Bos, Arnold ...... .... 7 7,69,8l,l61 Boudreau, Doran ,.,... ..... . . 122 Boudreau, Joanne .. 93,95,96,105,l51 Bowerman, Linda ......... 105,151 Bowers, John . . . .. Bowlby, Linda . . . Bowman, Karen Bowmar, Carl .... 151 102,104,151 122 100,122 Bowmar, Gregory ..... . 151 Boyan, Richard .... ,. 88,97,161 Boyer, Richard 15,108,161 Boza, Kathy ...... James .... ... 90,94,97,103.l20 Bartlett, Tim ........ ....... 3 4,161 Bartos, Mable ,..........,.. 95,161 Bassett, Timothy .............. 161 Batz, Sandra .. ........,.... ,.. 161 Bauer, Carl .. 6,13,16,25,31,36.86,87, Bradford Judith 95,151 161 105,161 Bratkovid, Robert ' ' '12,ss,9o,94,1s1 Brazier, Charles Breed, Sue ....... Briggs, Donald . . . . . Brink, Ted ......... Brinkman, Thomas Brooker, Constance 161 s7,92,151 .......161 ........73,122 161 889596102 105,151 Brocius, Beverly ...... . 161 Brody, Richard .. 100,151 Brooks, Dorothy ,... .... .. 161 Brooks, Richard Brost, Diane ..... 94,96,106,119,120,187 Baugh, Beverly .,.......... 107,151 Baugh, Richard ...,..... . .,.... 121 Baugher, Melanie 161 Bazemore, David ... ... 151 Bazemore, Harry .... ..... 1 21 Beach. William .,... ..... 1 07.121 Beal, Larry ........ .......... 1 61 Bear, Carolyn . .. .. . 88,95,108,161 Beard, Gerry .... .......... 1 61 Beason, Ruth ....... .. 95,161 Beaver, Larry ......... ...... 4 2 Beaver, Wayne ........ .. 83,121 Bechinski, Mary Ann .. 95,151 Beck, Robert ..... ............ 1 59 Beckman, Merry ... 105,121 Beckman, Terry .. ............. 100 Becktell. Janet .... Beebe, Peggy ...... Behr, William Beishlme, Cindy 90,92,102.104.151 ...... 90,94,121 151 8687121 Beikiewiiz, Connie . .. .... l98:151 Belkiewitz, Jackie . .. . . 98,121 Beloe, Berry ....... ..... 1 61 Belue, Judy ..... ....... 1 51 Belue, Wilma 100,151 Benford. Karen .... ...... 8 6 Brown, Carol . . . 122 151 90,102,122 Brown, Harold .... .... 6 6,89,123 Brown, James .. .......... 123 Brown, Karen ,... 95,97,105,16l Brown, Mildred ........... 109,161 Brown, Mildred ............... 151 Brown, Pam 13,25,26,32,86,93,94. 96,104,123,l93 Brown, Robert ........... 66,80,151 Brown, Virginia ........ . 151 Brown, Willie ,..... .. 107,123 Broyles, Doris ....... .. 105,161 Bruemmer, Fred ............ 94,123 Bruemmer, Norman ....... 123,203 Bryan, Cathy ............ 91,94,123 Bryant, Donna ..... ....... 1 61 Bryant, Naomi ,... ...... 1 23 Bryant, Ronald .. 123,173 Bryce, Nancy .. 95,151 Buckner, Charles .. Buckner. Robert Bucy, Harry ...... Bud, Harlene .... Bud, Matthew ...... Buell, Jacquiline .. Bundesman, Pamela Bunton, Russell Burgdorf, Gene Bur ess Frank Burlfwaio, Beryl! I I . .... 96,97, 107,151 90,161 161 104,161 123- 161 ..161 .. 161 151 176 123 Burhop, Karen 103,123 Burke, Alan ....., ......... 1 61 Burkett, Donna ........ 100,151,185 Burkhart, Dwight ............ 123 Burkhart, Terry ..... ... 108,109 Burkhart, Marnetta Burnett, Steve ..... Burns, Diana ..... Burns, Ronald .... Burns, Sharee Burns, Tom ....... Bush, Barbara .... Bush, Paul ...,.. Bush, Robert . .. Bush, Steve ..... Butler, Carol .... Butts, Dixie ........ Butts, Kathleen Buzalski. Rosemary Byers, Richard .... Byers, Sharon ..... Bynum, Ray Deen . .. C Cable, Darlene Caddo, Robert .... Caddo, Russell Cadwell, James . .. Cady, Dennis ..... Calvert, Jane .... Cameron, Joseph .. Cameron, Linda .... Cammett, Jeanne .. Carmette, Pat ..... Camplejohn, Alan . Capp, Martha ..... Cappy, Tom ..... Cargill, Diana ...... .... Carmona, Anita Carnes, Deonna Carpenter, Jane , . . Carpenter, Joyce .. Carpenter, 'Mary .. Carpenter, Ron , ..,.. Cashbaugh, Barbara Cashbaugh, Tom .. Cashbaugh, Virginia Cassidy, Judith ...... Cassler, Daniel ..... Caviggiola, Bruce . Cervantes, Arturo . . . 105,161 . 71,80,123 151 161 95,107,161 ........86 .. 102,107 161 162 107,151 .. 151,198 151 .. 105 . .. 162 162 ..123 162 .. 151 151 123 .. 71,74,162 123 86 .. 100,123 162 124 162 108,109,162 66,88,94,151 88,95,162 ... . 105,162 124 ......124 ..105,162 151 ..162 .. 101, 71, 86 162 162 .. 92,95,151 124 124 ... 31 Chambers, Earl ............... 162 107 Chambers, Robert . Chapala, Rita ..... 9165 .101 151 124 Chappell, Barbara ....... f. .'. . . ' Chase, Duane ..... Chase, Michael ............ Checold Antonette 162 109.124 95 162 chem, Vicki .... 32,90,92,95,107:151 Childers, James ............... 151 Childers, Lucy .........,...... 162 Childers, Lyn ..... Childress Randy Chmiel, Tom .,.... Christiansen, Alice Christman, Barbara Christopher, Marc . Church, Dennis . .. Cieciwa, Greg .... Cizewski, Diana Claeys, David Claeys, Judith . .. Clark, Pam ..... Clark, Robert .... Clements, James ...... Clemmons, Lillian Clemons, Shirley Cliff, Ronnie ..... Clifford, Gary .... Clifford, Jane Coar, Joe ....... Cochran, Steve Cofer, Thomas .... Marianne . Coffey, Coker, Leanna .... Collier, Barbara .... Collier, Collier, Jerome . . . Mary . . . Collier, Ollie ..,. Collings, Dale .... ......... Collins, George ,........... Collison, Richard .... Colvin, Dennis . Colwell, Hulbert ...... .... Conklin, Tammara . . . Conner, Donna ..... Conner, Opal ..... 151 100,151 162 86 124 ...73,162 151 ...70,151 151 162 95,102,151 90,105,124 67 8797104 ' ' '108,,109,162 162 152 57,162 162 95,152 66,152 152 71,103,152 ....... 162 108,152 ..... 124 .. 107,162 105,162 107,152 .. 124 104,162 51,94,l02,104, 124,187 . ......... 124 108,162 162 152 162 Connett, Sandra .. .... 92,95,152 Cook, Brenda .. ............ 162 Cook, Edward ................ 162 Cook, Ken .,......,....... 107,162 Cook, Kristi ...... 6,92,93,95,97,102, 104,152,180 207 Cook, Marilyn . .. Cook, Tom .,... Cooley, Robert Cooper, Ginger Corbett, Sue . .... . Cota, Larry ...... Cottingham, Bonnie Cotton, Sharon ...... ... Couch, Connie Couch, Linda ..... Courington, Gloria Cowan, Tom ..... . . .. 86 .. 107,152 152 162 152 162 ..... . 124 101,162 100,124 152 106,124 43,86,106,124,190 Cox, Cynthia ........... 95,102,152 Cox, Dennis Cox, James ..... Cox, Tim .,...... Craig, Joseph Craig, Lewis E. . . Craig, Michael . .. Craig, Ted ...... Crama, Peggy Crane, Janet .... ..........125 162 66,81,103,152 ........,.l52 125 54 105,125 162 678190152 Crane, Larry ..,...... , , , Crawford, Johnnie ......,.,.... 86 Crawford, Ronnie Creutzburg. Ted Criswell, Jack . . . Crook, Betty ..... Crook, William .... .... Crosby, Dan ....... ......., Crosby, Harry .. 162 125.177 ..... 125 .. 162 49,125 66,152 152 Cross, Sue ...... 16,6l,86,87,90,106, 125,187 Crowley, Charles ...........,.. 162 Crozier, John .... .......... 1 25 Cruise, Ted ...... 102,108,152 Cruse, Mike ...,... ........ 1 62 Crutchfield, Gail ..... .... 9 5,152 Crynes, Katherine .. .... 152 Crynes, Bonnie .,.. ...... 1 25 Cullom, Susan ...... 105,162 Cummings, James Cummings, John . .. ...... 162 125 Cunningham, John ...... 69,77,162 Curry, William ..........., Curtis, John ...... Czizek, Janet ...... D Dabbert, Geraldine 107,125 ma 73,87,90,l25 91,94,102,l04,l25 152 Dabbert, Kathy ..... . ....... 125 Dabbous, Annette 152 Dankert, Trudy .............. 125 88,95,102,152 Dale, Jeanne ........ Dannielson, Robert Darrow, Terry 152 103,125 Dankert, T. . ................. . 98 Davis, Bernard ..... ...... ..... 1 5 2 Davis, Eugene ................ 152 Davis, Kent .. 70,89,90,94,96,125,184 Davis, Peggy' ..... . 90,91,101,107,125 Davis, Phil ................ 97,162 Davis, Phoebe ......... 50,126 Davis, Ryba ..... ..... 1 52 Davis, Stephen ...... . 126 Davis, Terry ..... Dawson. Diane . .. Deal, Deloris Deal, Dorthy . ..... .. 162 95,109,152 162 162 Deardorlf, Nancy . .......... 95,162 Deenbynum, R. ....... . Delco, Royce ........ Demartinis, Daniel Demos, Charles ........ 95 92,93,107,152 ...,... 152 ... 86,97,126 Dempsey, Pamela 94,96,l26 Deney, Priscilla ..... . . .. 95,162 Denham, Edward .... 100,203 Derolf, Larry ..... .... 1 07 Detlef, Vernon ...... . . . 162 Dettwiler, Gretchen . .. . . . 162 Deutscher, Randy .... 126 Dever, Daniel ....... . . . 162 Dewald, Walter ................ 86 Diana, Frances ................ 162 Diana, William . 52,90,98,l02,107,l26 Dickey, Ada .................. 152 Dickey, Charles ............... 162 Dickey, Delain .... .. 95,162 Dickey, Juanita . .. ..... . 152 Dickey, R. ........ ........ 1 98 Dickerhoff, John .........,.... 162 Dickinson, Susan ...... 102,108,152 Dieckilman, Susan ..... 21,90,91,126 Dierdorf, Carolyn ...... 101,103,152 Dierdorf, Evelyn ....... . 152 Dierdorf, Sue ..... ... 105,152 Digiacomo, Dick . . . .... . . 80 Dingler, Evelyn ..... . . . 162 Dingman, Donald .. 69 Dingman, Lavonne .... 126 Dipert, James ....... 100 Divietro, Toni ..... .......... 1 62 Doba, Ron Dodson, Patrick .... 81,86.89.90.101. 102,119,126 Dolph, Richard ............... 162 Dolson, Ned .......... ...... 1 52 Dombkowski, Brian . . . . . . 69,162 Dombkowski, John ..... .. 60,162 Dombkowski, Ronald .. .... 126 Dombkowski, Stanley .......... 162 Dombkowski, Tom . ..,........ 162 Dosenberry, Ed .......... Dosenberry, Wayne 69,77,162 89,162 Dougherty, Donald ............ 162 Downs, Joan .... 8 8,92,93,95,102.l 52 163 Downs, Randy .. 152 Downs, Roger . . . . . 126 Downs, Suzanne . . . . . . 126 Dreske, Michael .. 152 Dressel, James .... 126 Draves, Marsha . . . . . . 162 Draves, Rodney .. ..... 162 Dreyer, Michael ...... 94,126 Dubie, Dave ..... ............ 1 26 Ducey, Joanne ..,.... . . . 93,96,152 DutTy, Lynn ...... 94,97,98,l03.126 Dunlap, Laverne ......,... 105.152 Dunlap, Sell ............ 66,107,126 Dunlap, Terry ........ 83,107,127 Dunlop, Douglas . 67,68,89,90.94,l27 Dunton, Susan .,..,.,..... 105,162 Durchting, Diane ..,..... ...... 1 52 Durnal, Janice ..,. 105,127 Durand, Daryle ..... . 86 Dutchess, Linda .,.. . . . 152 Duszyrski, Patrica .... 162 Dyer, Lynda ....,... . . . 127 E East, Henry ..... East, James .. .. Eaton, Gail ..... Eaton, Robert ,... Ebert, Susan Eckert, Jerry ... Eckert, Robert Edinger, George Edlen, Bill ....... Edlen, Bonnie .... Edwards, Barbra Edwards, Betty .. Edwards, Carolyn ..... Mary Jane .......... 95,162 Eggers, Egilske, Egilske, June Morman.. .... .. Eisensee, Dawn Eldridge, Connie .... Elliott, Jani ....... Ellis, Nancy ..... Ellis, Peggy ...... 162 162 152 162 44,89,127,194 ..........162 152 162 162 105,127 127 127 152 92,95,l05,152 90,107,127 105,162 105 152 107,162 .. 91,108,152 Ellison, Edward .... . ........ 127 Emery, Janice ..... Emmerson, Judi . . . Engle, Ken ...... Engle, Pam ......... 152 90,92,152 162 95 162 Ennis, Elizabeth .......... 1071152 Enyeart, Charles 73 94 152 Erickson, Dale ...'42,51,.7.3,94:96:127 Erickson, Sally ............. Esmeyer, Sandra Estes, Rolland .... Evans, Duane .... Evans, James .... . Everetts, Thomas Everling, Bonnie Everly, Ken ....... F Fairbairn, Judy ... Falbo, Joann ....... .... Falbo, Robert Falls, Renny Falls, Virginia .. Fargo, Linda .... Fargo, Patricia .... Farley, Donna .... James Farley, . Farmer, Anita Farmer, Jerry . .. Stanley Farmer, Farmer, Terry Fedder, Fedder, Fedder, Feldman, Lee .... Feldman, Linda Fenske, Terry .... Fenton, Sara . .. Finger, Steven .... Finstick, Eric ..... Fischbacher, David . Judy ..... Lonny . . . Tom ..... Fisher, Nancy ............ Fischer, Pamela Flanigan, Dennis . Flanigan, Tara .... Flavin, Dan. ...... Fleming, Michael .. Flenner, Jacqui .. Flesher, Okey .... Flotow, Michael Fly, Elaine ....... Fly, Rachel ....... Fly, William ...... ' "'105 99,163 127 163 152 152 152 152 97,152 163 ,163 90,127 ... 163 163 163 152 163 28,152 107,163 152 71,77,163 152 127 107,152 8l,l07, 152 163 127 163 56 152 163 . . ....... 152 34 99 163 1 1 . . . . . 97,107163 16,86,97,108,l09, 127 152 .. . . . 163 . .... 106 152 1 163 127 94,106,128 152 ....101,128 . . . . 107,152 Foldenauer, Gene .... 66,152 Foldenauer, Norm . Foldenauer, Norman Foldenauer, Ron . . . Follin, Marilyn ....... . . Follin, Russell ,... Forgash, Debbie Forney, Loyd ..... Forrester, Doug Fought, Vickie ..... Fowler, Thomas . .. Fox Carol ....... 94,128 71,94,152 100 152 .. 90,128 . ..... 163 . 152 163 152 90,123 86 Fox, Kay .......... .... 1 52 Fox, Mary Lou .... ..... 1 63 Fox, Patricia ..... .. . 93,152 Fox, Sharon . ..,.. ........ 1 63 Frageman, Mike .............. 152 Francis, Beverly .............. 152 Frank, Jacquelynn .,.. 94,95,l02,128 Frankowski, Cheryl .....,.. 107,152 Franks, Dan . .... . Franks, John ....... 41 96,152 Franson, Christine ............ 152 Fraser, Helene Fraze, Robert .... Frecke, Patricia 87,95,163 .. .. 100,152 163 Fredenburg, Dan ..... ....... 1 28 Fredenburg, Nadine .......... 163 Fredenburg, Randall ... . . . 100,128 Free, Lawrence ........ 108,109,128 Freicr, Kim .. 6,16,23,31.32.45.86,93, 94,96,118,119,128,194 Fries, Pamela ................ 163 Frigon, Richard .............. 163 Froehlke, Cynthia ...... 86,128,197 Fry, Diane ......... Frye, Victoria .... Fuller, Cindy . . . 152 128 163 Fuller, Nancy ..... ......1 1 63 Furois, Joy ............ 90,94,128 G Gabrunas, Robert ...... 40,66,80,l28 Gahr, Sandra .............. 93,128 Galinowski, James Gallas, Barbara .... . Galles, John ..... Gambill, Joe ...... Gambill, Robert . .. Ganshorn, Emery .. Garbacik, Edward .. Garbacz, Nina ..... Gardinger, David ..... Gardner, Ann ...... Gardner, Connie .... Gardner, Dianne .... Gardner, Doreene .. Garrett, Robert .... Garrettson, James .. Garrels, Betty ...... Gasaway, Emery . . . Gasaway, Gordon Gasparett, Harry .. Gaston, Ray ..... Gatz, Richard .... Gatzka, Patricia Geiseler, George . . . Geisser, Bill ..... Geleski, Daniel Gembala, Judy ... George, Bobby Calvin .. Donald .. Carol ..... George, George, Gerkin, Gerron, Lorrene .... 107,153 153 52,96,153 so 153 . .... 153 107 92,153 163 98,103,106,153 95,101,103,l53 .. 97,98,105,153 163 163 92,103,153 86 . .... 128 90,128 107 81,153 128 86 ...153 129 ....153 153 .. 69,77,163 153 101,105,153 129 Gibbs, Diane .... 32,90,92,98,107,153 Gibbs, Janice ....... Gibberson, Sharon . Giese, Thodore ..... Gill, Karen ..... Gill, Sharon ........ Gillard, Alliston .... Gilmore, Thomas ............ Ginther, Rickey Gipson, Estelle ..... Gipson, Nathaniel .. Glade, Lou Ann Glanz, April .... Glan, Carol ..... . 129 ..... 93,95,153 . 80,81,86,87,89, 104,129 153 153 163 153 153 ,153 . 44,67,74,75,80, 89,l07,129,184 . . . . . 95,103,153 129 163 Glanz, Ronald ........,........ 86 Glanz, Warren .... . Gleason, Alice ..... Gleason, Jim ..,.... Glick, Kenneth . .... Glick, Loraine ..... Gloll, Douglas ..... Glosser, Thomas Goetz, Sue ........ Gondek, Patrick . .. Gondek, Peggy .... Goodwin, Roy .,.... Gorr, Janet .... . Gotto, Patricia .. Gotto, Susan Grady, John Graf, Ruth ...... . Graham, Bonnie Grahm, Lynn . Grahm, Ottie .... . Gralik, Mary . Granacki, John Granthan, Linda Granzo, Joyce .,... Grauel, Janet ...... Greco, Richard ..... Grenning, Thomas . Greenlaw, Doug Greenway, Gary .... Gresham, Harold .. Grievish, Terry Grimes, Mike .... Grimm, Laurel Grimm, Mary ..... . .... . ..... 129 92,95,97,102,153 163 163 163 .67,87,88,92,94, 150,153 163 97,163 .........66,153 32,s7,92,104,153 163 .. 87,88,l07,163 153 163 66,94,l53 163 90,92,95,153 .. ss,91,10s,129 129 .. 90,98,l07,129 153,198 . ....,... 163 163 153 102,153 54,92,9s,153 83 . ,....... 129 69163 5 1 153 107,129,177 163 94,129 Grimm, Steve ............ 90,129 Grinston, Charles Groli, Susan ...... Gross, Frank ...... Grott, Joseph ...... Grundovich, Tom . Gryuan, Theseia Gryzbacz, Linda .... Grzeszczyszyn, Helen Guehn, Rodney ..... Gumns, Dale ....... Gumn, Loretta .... . . . 7l,80,90,129 163 163 . ..... 100,153 153 86 .. 92,97,l08,153 163 107,163 . ..... 163 163 H Haack, Kathy ........ .... Haack, Janice ...... Haack, John ...... Haberman, Judith .. Hagaman, Don .... Hagen, Daniel . .. Hahn, Dave ......, Hahn, Kenneth ..... Hairston, Tommy .... Hakes, Norma ..... Hakes, Norman Hale, Allan .....,.. Hamelin, Pam ..... Hamilton, Donald . Hamilton, Keith ..... Hamilton, Richard ..... 86 . . . 94,96,129 . ....... 153 Haas, Evelyn ............. Haberman, Howard , ..... .. 95,97,l05,163 153 90,94,129 73,153 163 153 69,163 ......129 .. 105,163 163 ......153 .. 105,153 .. .... 163 153 130 Hamlin, Claudia .............. 153 Hampel, Michael ........ 73,88,163 Hampton, Robert .. Handloser, Janice Hanke, Gregg .......... 69,77,88,160,163 153 108163178 Hansen, Donna . . . .... 105,153 Hansen, Randy ..... . 130 Hantke, Greg ......... . . . 153 Harbart, James ......... 130 Harger, Penny ............ 153 Harrington, Mary Ann ,....... 163 Harris, Benny ..............,. 130 Harris, Jess ............... 163 Harris, Tommy ...... 69,77,107,163 Harris, Willie .... Harrison, Jack Harrold, Tim .. Hart, Charles .... Hartford, Jerry .... Hartke, Dale .:. . Hartwig, Cynthia Harvey, Jane ...... 163 86 96,130 92,153 153 .. 108,109,153 92,153 .. ...,.. 130 Hubbard, Gary .... . 131 Hubbard, Monroe ...... . 153 Hubbard, Shirley Hudson, Gilbert . . . ..... 107,131 153 Hudock, William .... .. . 164 Hupp, Kathleen 164 Hughes, Bradford . .. .. . 153 Hughes, Rickey ..... 164 Hulchinson Judith .... 164 Hniiinger, Kathy .... 164 Hultgreen, Barbara ............ 153 Hultgren, James .............. 153 Hultgren, Kathy .. 93,99,105,108,164 Human, Dave ..............., 164 90 Huocka, F. ...... ........... , . Hunn, Linda ............ 90,92,104 Hunt, Bob .................... 153 Hurley, Sue 50,95,l0l,104,108,153 Hurn, Linda .................. 153 Hurst, Earl ....... 15,88,l0l,l06,l53 Huskey, Gary ................. 153 Hutmacher, Tom .............. 164 Hurley, Owen ...... ...... 1 64 Hutson, Judy . ................ 164 Hutton, Madeline .,..... 90,101,131 Hycner, David .... . .... 100,153 Hyde, Warren . .,... ..,... 1 64 I Iazzetto, Mike ..... ........ 1 31 Igelski, Keith . . . ... 63,89,l54 Ingle, Richard ....... . 154 Ingram, Bea .... 90,91,94 164 lrk, Dan ...... Ishmael, Leon Ishmael, Mike J Jacks, Diane ......., 108,154 Harvey, Moren . .. . . . .. .. 163 Hattabaugh, Margaret .., .... 153 Haut, L. ...... . Hawkins, Dave . Hayman, Rita .. . ..... ...... 1 01 ....69,163 Haynes, Arthor James ......... 107 Haynie, Pat .... , . . . 88,92,93,95,153 Headley, Jaqueline ......... 92,153 Heckel, Barbara ........ . 153 Heddens, Kathleen ...... 95,105,153 Hedges, Carla ...... ..... 9 7,153 Hedges, Steve .... ...... 1 63 Hedrick, Linda .. 96,97,130 Hedstrom, Janis .... .. 105,163 Hedstrom, Ray .. 67,81,153 Hedstrom, Susan .. 94,130 Heeg, Dan ....... .,....... 6 9 Heeg, Richard . .. .. . 60,104,163 Heichel, Donald ....... . 163 Heiser, Sherry ..... ., . 89,107,130 Hemingway, Cecil .... ........ 1 63 Henckel, James ...... ...... 1 53 Hendrick, James ..... . . . 163 Hendrick, James . . . . 107 Hendrickson, Robert ...... 83,163 Henrich, Robert Henrich, Roland Henrich, Sharon Henry, Bert .... Henry, James .. Henry, Michael 153 163 32,61,98,130 83,96 7177 81 109153 '.' 34,69:87:90:163:194 Henry, Steve .66,68,74,81,86,89,94,130 Henley, Jim Herbert, Mary ........ 87,92,95,153 Herbert, Richard Herg, Nora .... Hering, Melanne Herrbach, Alan . Herrback, Ralph Hess, Susan .... Hester, Michael Heuck, Dan .... Heuring, Joel Hiatt, Robert Hibner, Harry .. Hileman, John ... ... Hill, Barry .... Hill, Carolyn ., Hill, Diana ..... Hill, Frances Hill, Louise .... Hill, Hill, 130 163 .. 86,87,106,130,l82 69,80,109,163 153 106,130 . . . . 63,66,80,92,153 . . . 89,90,96,130,l92 163 153 86 .. 130 .. 130 153 Sharon .................. Hock, Tom ................... 163 163 Nancy . . 32,33,87,93,94,13l,182 163 153 163 Hoffman, Gloria Holden, Betty .. Holden, Darlene Hollis, Sandra .. Holloway, Carol I .' .... '105,163 105,153 95.99,163 .... 94,107,131,19l Holloway, Mary Beth .......... 164 Holmes, Cabet . 71.83.131 Holmes, John ........ 69,77,160,1 614 Holmes. obin . . 111 Holmes, Ruth .............. 98,131 Holtzlander, David .............. 70 Hoop, Barbara ...,.... 95,105,153 Hopper, Carol Anne ...... 55,97,164 Hoskam, Peter . . ......153 Hoster, John ....... ...... 1 31 Hoot, David .. .... 71,164 Hout, Linda .............. 105,164 Howard, Ann ................. 153 Howard, Clarence .............. 60 Howard, Linda .. l6,31,86,97,98,101, 103,131 Howland, Pat .............. 57,164 Hubbard, Carolyn .... .... 1 64 208 Jackson, Bonnie ..... . 131 Jackson, Manuel .. ........ 154 Jackson, Thelma .. .......... 131 Jacobs, John ..... ..,. 8 0,101,154 Jacobsen, Joyce .... ... 101,104,154 Jahnz, James .... . ....... 154 Jakelski, Pat .................. 154 Jakubowski, Frank ........ 103,154 Janes, Shelby .......... 108,109,131 Jania, William ..... Janicki, Joanne . .. Janicki, Marielle . Janke, Lucinda .. 154 ...107,131 . ...... 105,164 Janke, Melinda ............... 164 Jacques, Jean-Ann 17,32,42,93,94, 99,131,176 Jasicki, Judy .... .... 9 5,99,164 Jasicki, Mike ..... Jaske, Bearnadette 154 154 Jaske, Jim ....... .. 154 Jaske, Patricia ....... .... 1 64 Jasperson, Michelle .... 105,131 Jenkins, Bill ..... .... 1 31 Jenkins, Roger . .. . . 107,164 Jenks, Clark ..... Jenner, Carolyn .. Jensen, Joanne ... Job, Larry ...... John, Constance . John, Sandra ..... 164 164 132 90,132,184 154 164 Johnsen, Andy .. 109,164 Johnson, Candy ., .. 101,164 Johnson, David ... ... 101.154 Johnson, Janet H. 94,132 Johnson, Janet ... ... 95,154 Johnson, Jennifer . ,., 105,164 Johnson, Kenneth .... 92,154 Johnson, Margaret .... 154 Johnson, Marilyn ............ , 132 Johnson, Lonel ................ 106 Johnson, Merry 95,98,105,106,154 Johnson, Paul ................. 86 Johnson, Bill ..............,... 92 Johnson, Cheryl ....... .. 164 Johnston, Kenneth ..... 102,132,180 Jones, Allen ............... 132,177 Jones, Bronwyn ............... 132 J ones, Ernest ................. 164 Jones, John ..... 15,34,70,87,107,164 Jones, Larry .......... 7l,73,80,164 Jones, Lloyd .................. 164 Jones, Loretta ................ , 132 Jones, Marilyn ...... 93,101,103,154 Jones, Richard ................. 86 Jones, Ronald ......... 106,119,132 Jovien, Joyce ............ 88,95,164 Joyce, Sandra . 20,22,32,92,93,95,104, 107,154 Juckett, Tom .......... . . . . 108,109 Jumche, Al .......... .. . 83,132 1 . K Kado, Patricia ................ 164 Kaedmg, Gretchen ...... 87,102,133 Kaeding, Lisa .... ....... Kahn, Susan ..... ...... 1 54 Kalk, Larry ..... .. 164 Kalkirtz, Fred .... ,... 1 64 Kallil, Judeann .... ...... 1 54 Kambs, Dennis ...... 81,164 Kaminski, George .... 97,154 Kanger, Bill ......... Karm, Ronald .......... Karnilowicz, Sammy ........... 164 Kowalski, Kathy .............. . 86 Kazmucha, Mickey ......... 83,154 Keen, Fred .... 67,74,81,88,90,94,1?50i 132 ...132 Keen, Linda .................. 164 Keene, Dan 69,80,164 187,198 Lautt, George ................. 165 Keeney, Pat ..... . . . 105,132 Keever, Paul .............. E. .. 154 Keller, James ,.... ....... 6 9,538,164 Kaczmarek, Zita .............. 164 Kelley, Duane 71,74,94,96,97,102, 154,202 Kelly, Phyllis ................. 132 Kelly, William 89,98,104,l32,l85 Kemp, Juanita Kemp, Robert Kempt, Kathy Kelly, Willie Mae ............ Kelsey, Robert ............. 100 ... 71,l03,108,109,154 . 154 67,100 92 154 Kenerick, John f f'66,8s,02',02:,10z,igk Kennebrew, Harriette .... 51,90,132 Kennedy, Sherry .............. 154 Kennedy, William ............. 164 Kerwin, Ronald ....... Key, Sherry ..... Kietier, Philip Kieffer, Sharon .... Kieszkowski, John Kietzman, Judith .... Kietzman, Terry .... Killingbeck, Darryl Killingebek, Donnie' f ff Kindig, Charles ..... Kindig, Susan ..... Kinsey, Cynthia Kintzele, Marilyn Kintzele, Philip .... Kirk, Jack ...... , .. Kirkland, Robert Klemz, Larry ..,.,. Klosinski, John .... Kloss, Cathy ..,. Kloss, Jim ..... Kluge, James .... Knitter, Janet Knoll, Charles . . . Knoll, Larry .... Kobos, Victor .. Koch, Rudolf ..., Koes, Joyce . . . 44,67,133,172 92,154 .. .. . 164 .. . 154,198 ..133 105,164 154 154 164 71,164 99,154 .. . .. 164 104,164 103,154 133 154 100,133 154 164 164 107,133 164 164 107,164 , . . . 154 164 154 98,107,154 Kocster, Mary . .. Kohler, Carol ..., ........ 1 33 Kohler, Karlene . . . .... . . 164 Kolm, Caryl ...... .. 105,164 Kohn, Jim ......... ...... 9 2 Kolaskey, Opal ............... 164 Kolobuchowski, Joan Kolobuchowski, Judy Niemiec, Genevieva ......,.... 155 100,133 Ann ..... 164 164 Koldiej, Kathleen ............. Komasinski, Don ............. 133 Komasinski, Mary 92,93,102,1lt?i Komasinski, Linda ............. 86 Komasinski, Richard .......... 164 Konvalinka, John ........ 4l,52,100 Kopanski, Richard .. ...... 154 Kopchinski, Jim ...... .... 1 64 Kopchinski, Suzanne .... 133 Kornegay, Linda ........ . . . 164 Koski, Alan .................. Koury, Michelle ......,.... 154 104.164 Kozin, Marsha 32,92,93,95,102,1i551g Krachinski, Cathy ........ ..., . Kraemer, William ............. Kramer, Nancy ..... Krantz, Scott ,,.,.. Krause, Shari. ..... . Kravetz, Louis ........ .. . Krawczyk, Michael ,... ..... Kribs, Richard ...... ......, Kriesel, Carol ..... ,....... 164 164 154 . . , 154 176 133 164 154 98,164 Kriesel, Norma .......,....... 154 Kriesel, Richard . ........... 90,133 Kriesel, Thomas ..... 94,108,109,133 Krueger, Arlene ....,.,...., 95,164 Krueger, Christine ...... 54,102,154 Krueger, Kaye ............ 133,173 Krueger, Ken 31,71,74,90,133,194 Krueger, Larry E. .......... 94,154 Krueger, Larry H. ....,..... 92,154 Krueger, Ruth Ann .... ..... 1 64 Krueger, Steve ...... ..... 1 64 Krueger, William ............ 154 Kubaszczyk, Mary ......... 100,133 Kubaszczyk, Pat .............. 154 Kubica, Nancy 93,95,101,103,1g-1 Kuchik, Randall .............. Kunkel, Larry ................ 133 Kvocka, Fred ....... . . . 164 L LaBerge, Carol ..... . . . 164 LeBerge, Leo ....... ., 81,105 LaBerge, Maryann ...... . 133 LaBerge, Mary Jane ........... 164 Laborn, Freddie ....... 69,77,81,164 Lacher, Suzanne .... 90,97,133 Ladra, Walter ..... L Follett Sh rr 134 105,164 a e, e y ...... LaFountain, Nancy 88,92,93,102, Lain, Carol ......... . . Lamm, Charles Landrum, Laura .. Lane, Miriam .... Lane, Rex ....... Lane, Ronald .... Lane, William .............. 106,108,154 .. . . . . . 134 . . . 67,74,154 . . .. 95,105,164 154 134 100,164 92,154 Lange, Kathryn ..,............ 164 Lange, Kent 86,87,89,97,98,l18,134, 182,187 Lark, Lizzie ., ...,.... . ....... 164 LaRocco, Mary Ann Larson, Susan ..... . .. e 36,S7,89,1'34, 203 92,105,154 Lashbrook, Wanda ,..,....,... 134 Lass, Margaret ................ 154 LaTourette, Lynn .......... Lauer, Daniel ..... 104,164 e7,6s,s1,s9,9o,94, 102,134,174 Layman, Edward ..... .. 164 Layman, Irvin .... Law, Tom ...... Lee, Carin .... Lee, Larry .... . .... 134 . . . .... 154 . . . 101,154 . , . . 54,165 Lee, Jerry .... . . . 100,134 Leeks, Emma .... . 154 Leeks, Robert ..... . . . 154 Leeks, Ruthy ....... . . . 154 Lefebvre, Channing ........... 134 Leins, Mike , .... .. Leinwand, Shelley 86 . 90,93,94,101,103, 134,197 Lemmen, Aleta ........... . 109,134 Leonard, James 90,97,134 Lessener, Frank 165 Levay, Linda .... ..... 1 65 Leven, Bernard .... ........... 1 65 Leven, Charles ......... ,... . .. 165 Levin, Sue Ann 88,92,93,103,1??i Levendoski, Bill ............... 165 Levendoski, Eugene 165 Levondoski, Bill ..... 165 Lewis, Diana ....... ..... 1 54 Lewis, Robert ..... Libke, Bob ...... Lievense, Diane Lievense, Cynthia 100,165 165 88,92,93,l54,191 165 Lindberg, Donald ............ 165 Linde, Bertha ...... ...... 9 3,134 Lindemann, Jane .... ..... 1 54 Lindstom, James .... . 165 Linkowski, Eileen . . . . . . 105,165 Lisak, Charles ...... ........ 8 8 Liverman, Phil .... ..... 1 54 Liverman, James ...... .. . 165 Lochmandy, Frances 154 Lochmandy, Margaret .... . . . 165 Lochmayer, Linda ....... 154 Loetz, Cheryl .............. 90,134 Loetz, Kathy ................ 154 Lockridge, Carol ...... 87,92,101,154 Lockwood, Linda 42,89,91,93,94, 103,134,199 Logman, Christina ......... 101,165 Logman, Linda ........ 101,102,154 Lombard, Carol .. Long, Judith ..... Long, Trudy ......,. Longstreet, Doris Loniewski, Richard Loomis, Russell ...... . . . . . 91,94,134 95,165 . . . . . . . 165 .. , 109,154 . ...... 134 154 Loomis, Sandra ...... Z f '101,'108,165 Losiniecki, Joan ..... Loveland Todd .. 165 29,42,73,94,135 Lowe, stanley .... I1 ..... 72,73,135 Lowenthal Ann . Lowery, G'ale ..... ... Lowery, Pamela .... Lowery, Pamela .... Lowery, Nancy .... Lowry, Ronnie .... 154 .....165 165 165 100,135 ..........165 Lowry, Sam .................. 165 Lubeznik, Rod ....... 50,90,135,180 165 135 Lubiniecki, Linda Lubiniecki, Richard . .......... . Lubke, Oscar ....... .... Lucas, Patricia Ludington, Sue . . . Ludwig, John Lueth, Chuck ..... "' '95 '108 Lueth, Judy ........ , , Luscomb, Dianne Lutz, Dennis ..... Lykins, Brenda .... 80 154 135 . . . . . . . . 94 135 165 135 155 165,198 Lykins, Darriell ............... 165 Lyles, Kathy ............... 91,155 Lynch, Julie .... , 87 95 165 Lynch, Linda ..... ' 'zi'f,b2Q93,10z,i04, 155,178 Lyons, Barbara ...... 60,92,102,105, 155,178 Lyster, Susan ....... .... 9 4,98,135 M Maciejewski, Phill . . . ,... . 155 Maddox, Ronald 135 Maerz, Sandra 155 Mager, Vincent . . . . . . . 165 Mahalfey, Dennis .... . 135 Mahalfey, Gary .. 100,135 Mahl, Larry .................. 155 Maitland, Diane Major, Stephen . . . Malcer, Theresa Malecki, Joan .... Malecki, Sandra . . . Malecki, Sharon Malotte, Bonnie Malott, Stephen 165 45,71,74,80,89,94, 118,136,183 136 86 136 104,165 . . . . .... . 155 . . , ...... 97,155 Maney, Janice .......... Manigold, John . . . . . . 155 87,107,136,180 Mann, Co ..................... 81 Mann, David Mann, David ..... Mannes, Curtis Mansfield, Greg Mansfield, Mike 136 155 71,89,165 165 ...... .155 209 Marbeiter, Charlene Marciniak, Cecilia Marion, David ,.... Markowski, Connie Markowski, Ronald .. ..... 165 97,165 155 92,95,155 66,155 Marovich, Carol ,.... ......... 1 65 Marquart, Barbara .......... 90,95 Marron, David ................. 71 Marshall, Nancy 102,104,109,155 Marthinsen, Judith 155 Martin, Geneva .....,..... 105,136 Martin, Jack ....... 108,109,155,190 Martin, Janet ......,........,. 155 Martin, Stephen ...... 87,97,107,165 Martorano, Maryann .......,.. 165 Mason, Joan ...... 102136 Mason, Michael Mason, Ronnie . .. Masterson, Jim .... Masterson, William Mathias, James .... Mathias, Lynn ..... -89,10l,,165 ....... 165 . ..,.. 155 155,198 94,155 95,165 Mathias, Mary 3l,32,86,87,89,94, 96,104,119,136,178 Matotte, David . ........... 106,136 Matthews, Dave ........... 103,136 Matthews, Joan .,.. 107,155 Matthews, Patricia ........ 101,165 Matthews, Roy ................ 165 Matthews, Sandra Anne .... 102,165 Matze, Harold ................ 165 Mayfield, Donna ....... ..,.. 1 65 Maynard, Katherine ....... 105,155 Maynard, Ruth ....... ..... 1 65 Mayo, Anna ........ ..... 1 55 Mayo, Ernest ...... . . . 106,136 Mayo, Henry Curtis . . ..... 155 Mayo, J. ............ . . . 107 Mazuchowski, Larry 155 Mazzala, Kathy ............... 165 McAnnallym, Mike . 71,73,80,90,155 McBride, Edward ............. 155 McBride, Pat 67,68,89,94,102,135 McBride, Robert ....... .. 34,69,165 McCollough, Linda ............ 165 McCormick, Jill .............. 155 McCormick, Jim .......... 135,186 McCormick, Mary Alice ....... 165 McCuluskey, Micha McDonald, Ronald McFarland, Robert el ...... 97,155 165 71,74,165 Moisan, Patricia .,..... Monchamp, Peggy Moon Ilene ..... Monneyhan, James' i. . 137 2l,92,93,95, 103,155 165 165 Moore, James ...... . . . 89,165 Moore, Jerry ..... ...... 1 37 Moore, Tim .... .... 1 37,180 Morgan, James ... .. 165,198 Moriarity, Phil . ..... 86 Mork, Laura .... 86 Morris, Carolyn . . . . . 165 Morris, Keith .... .. 165 Morris, Sharon .. .... 165 Morse, Alan . .. . .. 89,137 Morse, Carla 165 Morse, Doreen ..... 95,155 Morse, Michael .. 108 165 Morse, Terry ..... '.'. . .'.'7i,'74,89fm5 Morrison, Rebecca 87,94,101,137, 187,191 Morton, Georgia ........ . 155 Mosley, Wally ......... ,....., 1 55 Mowinski, Larry .............. 155 Mross, Kathryn 13,32,86,87,94,96, 137,196 Mueller, Brendt .........,. 103,155 Muldoon, Mary Ann ...... 165 Muldoon, Terry . Mullins, Freddie .............. 155 Murray, Allan 12,72,73,87,88,92,155 Murth, Francis ............. 77,165 Mutuszak, James 155 165 Myers, Steven .......... ...... 1 66 N Nadratowski, Roberta ....... 92,155 Nall, Karlean ........ 92,95,101,155 Nast, Howard ........,..... 73,166 Neal, Marilyn .... ......... 1 66 Nelson, Hollis ..... ....,.... 1 66 Nessler, Jacqueline ...... 90,94,103, 107,138 Nessler, Larry ..... ...... 1 66 Neveroski, Kathy Nevors ki, Mary . .... .166 . . ....... 155 Neveroski, Sherry Nevers, Kathy .............. Newman, Connie Newton, Joyce ................ 166 Nichlas, David .. 92,10l,103,108,155 Nicholas, John .....,..,..,.... 100 .... 102,155 98,138 93,105,155 Nicholas, Mike ................ 138 Nichols, David . . Nichols, Dennis ......... 94,100,155 McGee, Alan ,....,.... 108,109,135 McGowan, William ........ 103,155 McGrath, Joseph .............. 155 McKinnon, Doretta .. ....... 155 McIntyre, Gloria ..,.. .... 1 35 McNeal, Irma ................ 135 McNeal, Larry ................ 165 McNeal, Marilyn .......... 105,165 Meiser, Susan 32,42,91,93,94,102, 136,205 Meece, Katherine ..,... 101,105,165 Melnyk, Toni .... ..... 1 05,155 Menke, Carol ...... .... 9 0,155 ...... .165 Meredith, Carol . . . Merriweather, John ........ 107,165 Merriman, Nancy ........ 93,95,155 Mertl, Dwayne .............. 83,86 Messina, Carol ............. 90,136 Messina, Daniel 70,88,94,107,165 Metheny, Dennis ...,.......... 165 Mettlen, Lynn .....,.... . 43 Metts, Beverly .... .... 1 36 Metts, Joan .... .... 1 36 Meyer, David .... . 155 Meyer, Douglas .. .... 71,165 Meyer, Jack .... 106,136 Meyer, Philip ..... ....... 1 55 Meyers, Ronald . . . . . 107,155 Meyer, Sundra . . . . . 90,136 Michaels, Shirley ....,......... 165 Middleton, John .. Middleton, Tony .............. 165 Mignery, Pamela 90,93,94,137,201 Mikulski, Terry Milcrared, Nancy Miles, Frances . . . . 136 137 137 . . ......... 165 Millard, Bill ................ 88,165 Millard, Wayne ...... 93,94,109,137 Miller, Barbara 93,94,96,102,l04, 137,187 Miller, Carol ........... . 137 Miller, Dan .... ..... 1 55 Miller, Darlene .... 103,165 Miller, Darrell .... . 155 Miller, David . .. .. . . 155 Miller, Donna . . . ..... . 155 Miller, James . . . ...... . 165 Miller, Kathy .... 92,95,155 Miller, Lynda . . . . . . 101,165 Miller, Pamela ........ . 155 Miller, Shirley .... .......... 1 37 Miller, Valerie ..... 93,102,104,155 Milne, Dennis .... .......... 1 55 Milzaiek, John Milzarek, Roger .. Minzey, Charlotte Minzey, Darlene .. Miscik, James .... Mitchell, Alice Mitchell, David . . . Mitchels, Lawrence ............ 165 Mitnick, Judith 25,31,86,93,94,96, l19,137,174,201 Mitnick, Lee ....,..... 100,137,176 Mohamed, Joanne ....... 91,94,106, 127,197 203 100,137 .... . 165 .. 98,137 165 105,165 ..,... 89,107,165 Mohamed, Sam .. 71,155 . . ........... 166 Nichols, Norman .......... 100,155 Nickell, Dennis .... 15,67,69,80,105, 108,109 Nickell, JoAnn ............. 95,166 Niemann, Sue .,........ 94,101,138 Nole, Daniel ........ ........ . . 166 Norberg, Vernon . . 155 Northrop, Stewart ......... 106,138 Novak, Patricia . . . Novak, Wayne .... Noveroski, Marjorie 22,87,102,108,155 166 32,95,101,102. 103.155 Noveroske, Paul .... 80,l06,138,177 Novreske, Sylvia ..... 25,95,l38,190 Nowatzke, Janice ............. 138 Nowatzke, Jim ..... ......... 1 66 Nowatzke, Juliana ............ 166 Nowatzke, Majorie 138 Nowfel, Brian ...... 70,77,87.90.94, 107,166 Nowfel, Patrice ..... ......... 1 49 Nowitske, Carolyn Nulf, Edward ..... Nussman, Janice ....... Nygren, Ben ..... O Oberlink, Ann ..... 166 155 102,l05.155 86,166 86 O'Connell, Patricia ............ 166 O'Connor, Jim .... Odle, Gail ........ Ofcharchak, Mike . 155 42,92,106,155 ...........155 Ofecharchak, Michael ..,..... 138 Olds, Cheryl .....,..... ..... 1 66 Olds, Jo Ann ....... ....... 1 55 Olsen, Patricia .... . . . 109,155 Olson, Hollis .... .......... 1 05,166 Olson, Jill ................ 102,155 Olson, Johanna ....... 93,104,138 Olson, Karen 20,92,93.95,107,155 Olson, William ........ 108,109,155 Olweean, Maria ......,.... 105,166 O'Malley, Patrick ........ . 166 O'Neal, Steven .......... 71,107,166 O'Neil, Raymond . ,........... 155 Ormsby, Duahe . ,... 88,107,155 Ormsby, Judy , . f .' .' '27,93,94,138,181 Oshinski, Paulette .......... 93,155 Ostrowski, David Ostwald, Barbara 155 87,103,108,155 Oszuscik, Thomas ......, 90,100,155 Oszust, Barbara ........ . 155 Oszust, Jerry .... . 155 Otlowski, Susan ... ... 107,166 Ott, Mary ...... ..... 1 38 Otto, Diana .. 156 Otto, Ronald .. 89,166 Otto, Stephen 166 Oursler, James .... .. 21,138 Oviatt, Florence .. ..... 138 Oviatt, Fred ...... 105,156 Owczarski, Judy .... ..... 1 38 Owsley, Martha 166 Ozust, Larry ........ .... 1 56 P Pace, Benny ........ ........ 1 56 Pace, Rita ....... .. .......... 166 Pagel, Donna ... ... 9l,94,107,l38 Pagers, Kathleen . .. ......... . 166 Pagels, Phyllis ................ 166 Panl, Ronald ........,...,.. 57,166 Pam, Ruth .. 13,89,93,94,1l9,138,l77 Paholski, Daniel .............. 156 Paholski, Laura ......,..... 94,139 Pahs, Carol ..,... 90,94,105,139,202 Pahs, Janet .... .... 2 0,91,139,174 Pahs, Nancy ..... ........... 1 66 Pahs, Steve ................ 89,156 Painter, Earlene .............. 166 Palm, Andrew .... 23,24,86,103,108, 109,119,139,197 Papincau, Kathleen ......... 95,166 156 Pareley, Shirley .. Parker, Sandy .... Parkhouse, Gregory , .......... Paska, Pasky, Trudy .... Jim ...... Patz, Steve ...... Pavlack, Terry . . . Pavlock, Patricia .... Pawlak, Samuel .. 34,95,103,l66 166 166 166 166 ... . . 156 166 . . . . 89,98,166 Pawlik, Frank .. 1 ...... 166 Pawlik, Gerry .... ........ 1 39 Pawlick, Judy ...... 92,95,156 Pawlik, Lawrence ...... . 139 Pawlik, Ron ...... ....... 1 56 Payne, Doris .... ........ 1 56 Payne, Doris .. .......... 156 Payne, Minnie .. .. 32,95,99,166 Payne, Vernon . .. . . 66,74,89,139 Pearce, Bill .... ....,. 9 4,139 Pearce, Gloria .. ....... 166 Pearce, Jeane .... .. . 104,108,166 Pearson, Bonnie . .. . . 90,93,94,139 Pearson, Diane ... . . 94,101,139 Pearson, Kristina .,.. .... 9 5,156 Peckat, Joey ..... ....... 1 56 Pecoraro, Nino .. 97,103,166 H I 139 Sprague, Becky ... Peebly, Marty . .. Peek, Kenneth . . . Pellar, Dennis .... 139 156 Peek, Terry ....... .... 6 A . ' l l ,166 Pennington, Gary ..... Pennington, James Pennington, Jim ...... Penziol, Antoinette Penziol, Stan . .... .. Peo, Carl ......... Peo, Sheila . . . . Pepple, Doug Perring, Gary Perry, Petche Peters Beverly r, Barbara . Donna Peters: Gary . . , . . Peters, Jackie 139 156 156 166 139 95,166 139 156 156 . ........ 86 108166182 .11 ' 25,32,8,6,87,,96, 139,192 Peters, Pam . ....... .. 139 Peters, Robyn ... ... 54,9l,l66 Peters, Suzanne . . . . . . 105,166 Petersen, Ron ..... ....... 1 56 Peterson, Alice ................ 156 Peterson, Robert .... . . . . 89,107,166 Petoskey, Tom ................ 166 Peus, Sharon ..... .. 2O,92,93,95,156 Phillips, Dennis .. ............ 156 Sampson, Bi.l .............. '-4-'----'- Pelughaupt, Eugene 166,176 Phipps, Mary ........ ...., 1 05 Piechnik, Constance .. , ...... 156 Piechnik, Sandra .... ......... l 40 . . . 92 95 156 Piecuch, Peggy Pieplow, Joan ,. Pier, Philip ...,... Pier, William ..... Pieszchala, Carol . Pilarski, David .......,..... 91,94,l40 166 156 . 93,95,99,107.l56 70,156 Piotrowski, Barbara ........... 156 Piotrowski. Robert Pishkur, Frank 69,156 .. .... 166 Pitcock, Dennie .. 156 Pizarek, Ron ,.,.. Pizarck, Kenneth .. Plank, David , .. 7 Plank, Emma .... Plank, Patricia Plew, James ...... 156 166 1,86,87.94,l03,108, 109,1l9,l40,177 140 95,103,166 97,166 Plewak, Karen .... 105,140 Pliske, Cynthia . . . , . , 95,166 Pliskey, Roger ...... . 166 Plona, David .............. 107,156 Plummer, Donn ............... 166 Pollock, Steven ............ 140,177 Pontius, Judy . . . 32,91,93,94,96,l02, 140,179 Pontius, Lynda .,.... 32,68,92,93,95, 150,156 Popard, Cheryl . .. Pope, Regina PoPP, Curtis .... Porter, Stephen . . . Porterfield, Norm Potempa, Chris 156 166 156 87,911,156 .. ,... 83,140 140 Povlock, Dan .,...,. ,...... . . 156 Powell, Gayle .......,,,....... 156 Pranchus, Marlene ..... Prast. Karen ........ Prast, Nancy ......... . . . . . .. 166 92,95,104,156 99,95.101,166 Preihs, Greg ...... ..... 6 6,94,156 Price, Celestine . .. Price, Fred ..... 140 101,156 Pries, Marie .... Pritz, Linda ....... Procter. Darlene . .. Proll, Ronald ..... Proud, Robert ,.... ,. 166 140 . .. 156 166 . .,... 166 ... 86,140 Przybylinski, Dan .... Przbylinski, Sandy 86 Przybylinski, Richard .......... 166 Przybylinski, Stan Purta, Karen ..... Putorek. Andrea .. Putz, Gregory .... 166 . .... 92,95,156 166 156 Pytynia, Janet 15 Pytynia, Sue ...... . , . 140 Q Qualls, Janice ...., . . . 166 Qualls, Patricia .. 166 Queen, Verna ...... .. 156 R Raatz, Susan ....,.. .. 104,156 Radtke, Phillip ... .... 166 Ragle, Judy .... .. 156 Ragle, Tony .... .. 156 Ramsey, Vera .... .. 166 Rancatore, Stella ........ . 166 Raska, Trudy ..... ........... 9 5 Rasmussen, Jane .... 41,88,90,92,93, 93,95,156 Rastenis, Kay ............ . 166 Ray, Tamara ..... 50,93,95,101,l56 Raylield, Sylvia Reale, Pam Reed, Aileen Reed, David Reed, JoAnn ,... Reed, Vicki Reetz, Susan Regan, Tom Reid, Drew Rekese. Sharon .. Rempala, Tom Reno, Bobby Reno, Patricia .. Reuer, Barbara . . . Reum, Richark Reynolds, Donna .. . .,......... 156 166 . 101,l02,156,l98 l00,108,109,140 107,166 156 ..166 156 42 .. 103,140 156 .. 107,166 156 .. 102,156 . ,... .. 156,166 90,140 Rhoads, Dennis .... 106,108,109,140 Rhodes, Jolm ........,........ 140 Rice, Patricia ........ 98,156 Richardson, Darla ,... ........ 1 66 Richmann, Kathleen 105,166 Richmond, Jim ........ 108,109,156 Richmond, John ............ 66,156 Rieck, Barbara 90,99,104,106,156 Rieck, Martin ................ 166 Riley, Donna ....,..... 97,156 Riley, Mary .... Riley, Sherry ..... 166 156 Ritchie, Charlene ..... . 141 Ritchie, Linda . .. , . 107,156 Ritter, Garry ... .. 104,166 Roach, Barbara .. ..,. 167 Roadarmel, Gary . . 167 Roames, Daniel . .. . . . 167 Robbins, Carol .. .. 167 Robbins, Larry . ., . ,. 167 Roberts, Richard .. . 167 Roberts, Sheryl .,.. .. 156 Robinson, Alberta ............ 156 Robinson, Randy . . 12,88,94,106,156, 180 Robinson, Robbie .............. 43 Robison, Tom ..... 31,94,96,100,141 Rogers, Kirk ..... 25,31,86,89,94,119, I 4 141,178 Roland, William .............. 156 Rolston, Mary Ann .... ....... 8 6 Ropar, Carol ........ . . . 90,141 Rose, Catherine .... ....., 1 67 Rose, Judith ......... .. . 12,156 Rosenberg, Betsey Ross, David ....... Ross, Patricia .... 86 167 92,156 Rostecki, John ................ 141 Roth, David .... 87,92,103,156 Roth, May ........ ..... 9 5,105,167 167 Rotzien, Diana ..... ..... . . . . Rousseau, Suzanne . .. Rowley, Susan ..... . ., Ruby, Pat ........ Rude, Dennis Ruess, Rose . ,. Rueter, Linda Ruhe, Joseph Rusboldt, David .. Rusboldt, Linda . . . Rusboldt Mike . . . Russell, Douglas '. Russell, Larry ...... Russell, Patricia Ryba, Kathy ...... Ryba, Sharon . . . Ryden, Sandra . .. Ryszka, Donald .,... S Sadenwater, Dave ...... Sadenwater, Cris .... 156 167 86 .. .. 156 156 101,167 167 167 95,96,156 . .... 96,141 156 167 167 94,141 95,167 105,156 156 . . . . . . . 156 32,33,40,s6,94, 141,176 Sadlowski, Jerry . ............. 141 Sadowski, William Samelson, Cheryle . Sanders, Betsey ...... 156 93,94,96,141,199 40,141 9s,101,105,156 Santon, Eugene ............,.. 167 Sanders, Georgia .............. 167 210 Sanders, Sanders, Santana, Saracotf, Sass, Ch Sharon Nelson Jamie Greg . . . arles .. Sass, Penny ..... Sass, Robert ...... Satkowki, Larry Saturnus, Shirley Saum, Robert .... Savona, Francis 156 .. 156 100,156 156 156 105,167 167 167 167 73167 '22,96,97,10oI141 Sawaya, Lorainne . ,... .... . 141 Saylor, Wanda ............,. 167 Schackt, Richard ....,...... Scharffer Andrew . 97,157 , ............ 167 Schaeffer, Kathy .. 32,86,108,141,200 Schauman, Richard ............. 86 Schefske, Ernest . . . 157 Schendal, Linda ...... .. . 43,86 Schermerhorn, Randy 157 Schlegelmilch, Jerry ........... 167 Schlick, Fred ................. 167 Schlick, Janna .... 26,32,52,91,93,94, 106,141 Schlundt, James ............ 97,157 Schlundt, Ronald ............ 157 Schmidt, Lunda ....... Schnick, Allen ......,...... Schoch, Sheryl 90,92,93,157 107,167 186 205 108 157 Schoch, Sandra .. 52,91,94,95,96,14l, 0 Scholl, Judith .,..... .95,101,157,l86 Schomaker, Mary L uise ...... 167 Simpson, Albertine Simpson, Carol . . . ..167 Sims, Darlene ............. 143,157 Sims, Rus-sell ...... 22,90,92,100,l57 Sischo, Linda .....,..,.....,.. 167 Sjoberg, James .,...........,.. 167 Skierkowski, Barbara .. 102,104,132 Skivers, John ..... Skonieczny, Jim .. Sliwa, Sandra ..... Smega, Cynthia Smidt, Katherine . Smidt, Lorretta . . . Smiertelny, Pat . . . 157 .. 66,74,83,89,l43 157 167 .. .. 102,157 167 96,157 Smiley, Judy ... . .. 95,157 Smiskey, Karen .., ..,. 157 Smith, Alice ...... 167 Smith, Catherine .....,.....,.. 157 Smith, Doris .......,,...,.... 143 Smith, Ellen ...... 87,92,95,l03,157 Smith, Herman ........,...... 157 Smith, Jacqueline .. ....... 157 Smith, Janice ...,. .... 1 05,157 Smith, Joyce .. 94,98,143 Smith, Judith .. 32,98,143 Smith, Linda .,... .. 108,167 Smith, Kay ........ ....,. 9 5,102 Smith, Margaret . ........,.... 167 Smith, Margaret M. ........... 167 Smith, Mike ......... 22,90,102,143 Smith, Norman .. ....,...... 143 Smith, Richard ... .. 107,167,176 Smith, Sally .... ....... 1 67 Smith, Terry . ..... 83,86 Smith, Virginia ... .. 95,98,157 Snapp, Norma .... .,..,. 1 57 Snearly, Carl ...... . 157 Snyder, Diane . .. . . 95,101,167 Snyder, James .... ....... 6 7,157 Snyder, Sharon ...... 90,94,10l,143 167 Sobecki, Joan . . . . Sobecki, Linda ............ 101,167 Schoof, Jo Ann 90,91,94,101,1f1Jf School, Tom .....,........,... 157 Schoonover, Ruth ... .... 167 Schreiner, Jeanne ............. 142 Schriener, Tom ............... 157 Schroeder, Alan 87,88,94,106,167 Schroeder, Betty ......... 94,98,l42 Schroeder, Bonnie ............ 167 Schroeder, Christine .. .. 87,157 Schroeder, David 90,157 Schroeder, Pamila . . . . . . . 167 Schroeder, Penny ..... 142 Schroeder, Susan ...... . 167 Schroll, Andrea . . . . . . 107,157 Schue, Patsy .,.... 105,157 Schuelke, Fred .... ..... 1 67 Schuelock, Helen . . . . . . 167 Schultz, Dennis . .. .. . . 176 Schultz, Dennis .. 157 Schultz, Linda .... ,,,,, l 67 Schultz, Marjorie . . . .... 95,167 Schultz, Mary ..... 52,92,157 Schultz, Patricia .. ....... 142 Schultz Robert ..,.. ,.... 1 57 Schumaker, Daniel 107,167 Schumaker, Tim ...,.......... 157 Schwanke, Richard Schwartzenberg, Peg Schweizer, Linda .............. 167 Scott, Betty ...,.. Scott, Dennis Scott, Kenneth .... Scrivnor Edward , Scrivnor, Gerald .. Scroggin, Mike Seaverns, Cheryl .. 167 gy .. 7,32,90,93, 94,106,l42,179 157 .. 167 . . . . 157 .. . 88,167 .. . . . 157 . ...... 142 ... 88,167,193 Seaverns, Terry . . . . . . 142,193 Seedorf, Pat .... ..,....... 1 42 Seifert, Phillip ................ 157 Selke, Carol 157 Selke, John ..... 70,74,75,76,80,142 Selke, Pamela ..... Selman, John .... Senter, John ...... Senter, Thomas Seppycs, John . .. Serhal, George . Shaffer, Donald Shaffer, Gail ..... Shaffer, Stuart .. Shaia, Nancy .... . Shank, Twila ..... Sharkey, Delores .. Shaw, Kathleen Shaw, Merna ..... Shawley, Eugene .. 105,167 167 .. 81,142 69,167 157 ..157 142 .........167 97,167 107 9597102157 i1I...'. . '105I167 167 167 ... 48,97,l00,157 Shawley, Teri ................. 167 Shermerhorn, D. .. Shepperson, Barbara Sherrick, Joan .... Sherrill, Carol .... Sherrill, Peggy ...... . . . Sherwood, Jackie .. Sherwood, Michael Shidler, Patricia Shields, Joyce Shiels, William ..., Shipley, Barbara . . . Shires, Sandra .. 23, Shock, Helen 6, Short, Carol ...... Shuster, Diane .... Shikany, Linda . . . Shuster, Earl .... Siddall, Don ...... Siegmund, Connie . , Sigle, Barry ...... Segle, Sally ....... Simerlein, Dianne .. Simmons, O'Neil .. Simmons, Eugene ., 109 167 ... 101,142 .. ,.... 142 90,167 ...94,142 ..,... .167 . ........ 157 157 .. . . 106,142,181 ..... 11,101,157 32,36,86,93,94,97, 102,104,108,142 16,26,s2,s6,93,97, 102,142 157 95,105,167 .. 94,142,173 20,100,143 143 . ..... 167 167 167 157 71 167 ' 7.1',74,'8.l',107I143 Sobolewski, Bonnie Solner, Randall ,. Sommerfeld Judith Sparks, Ronald ...fu Spear, Norman . . , Spencer, Carol Spencer, Dick Spencer, Mary Ann spacer, canon . . Spicer, Judy ..... Spicer, Leonard .. Spicer, Loree Spiers, Richard 167 ...... 157 .. 100,157 167 .. 90,96,143 .. ........ . 167 . . . .. 143,187,201 . ....... 157 167 167 69,167 .. 105,157 143 107167 Spiers, Sally .............. Sprong, Barbara .. Sprunger, Karla . . Spychalski, Dan . . . 87,92,98,102:157 167 94,119,143 ............167 Squires, Robert .............. 157 Stalbaum, Ron . 6,1 5,86,94,96,106,143, 187,202 Stannard, Gail ................ 157 Stanton, Helen . .. Stanton, Mary Stanton, Patricia Stantz, Bonnie Stantz, Bill ..... Stantz, Judith .. Stark, Roger ..... ...92,157 ......168 ..100,157 157 90,105,157 143 144 Staroba, Thomas .. 157 Staver, Mollie ...... .. 167 Stawski, Mike .......... .... 157 Steder, Barbara .....,...... 94,144 Steele, David ................. 157 Steele, Larry ..... 7,22,66,80,88,108, 109,157 Steele, Randy ........... . 157 Steele, Terry .... . . 107,167 Steen, Harold .... ..... 1 57 Steen, Jim ..,............. 107,168 Steinheiscr, Gail ......... 92,95,l57 Steinhiser, Keith . ..,.......... 157 Steinke, Dan .. 27,40,7l,80,89,94,144 Stellema, Connie .. Stepanek, Greg Stephens, Larry Stephens, Susan ............ 98,168 Stephenson, Gregg .... 42,94,144,195 Stevens, Marilyn .. Stevenson, Kaye . . . Stibbe, Linda ..... Stibbe, Pam ...... Stockwell, Fred . . . Stolze, Robert ..... Storey, Judith ..... Storey, Terrye .... Storey, Wayne .... St. Pierre, Mike Stradner, Barry . Stratton, Gail Stuart, Stueck, Stueck, Ro Anne Gerald .... Geraldine Stupeck, Mike .... Sturgeo Sturgeo n, Joan .... n, Regina Sturgeon, Ron ..... Sullivan, Jack Susnis, Edward ... Sutherlin, Jack .. Sutherlin, Thomas .,.. .... Sutton, Jessee ....... Svendsen. Nada 168 144 168 157 90,92,93,157 .. 87,95,105,1gg 1'3',25j4i,52,s6,90, 119,144 157 168 95,98,108,157,198 . . . . . . 92,l57,98 168 144 94,105,144,182 13,28,32,87,104, 144,193 168 ..168 157 144 100,168 . . . 27,144,177 . .. 66,131,144 80,86,90,l44 63,168 81,157 . . ..... 168 ... 108,168 Dianne . ..... . Swanson, Cristina ..,.......... 144 Swanson, David ........ 67,100,177 Swanson, Kaye .... 87,92,95,108,l57, 192 Sweeting, Eddie ............... 168 Swendsen, Sandra .... 51,93,102,l06, 157 Sweney, Steve ................ 157 Swinehart, Dick . .... 23,108,109,l57 Switalski, Edward ............. 168 Switalski, Judith ...... 100,144 Szemes, John ...... Wadlihgton, Danald- ........ 168 Timm, Mary ........ Switzer, Peggie .... Sydow, Larry Sydow, Jeanne .... Sydow, Patricia .... Syers, Clarence .... Syfnieski, Patricia Synave, Richard .... Szalajko, Ella .......,......... ,... 157 .... 157 .. .... 157 .. 105,168 .. .... 107 168 144 144 Szalajko, Zbigniew ..... Szecholda, Marilyn Szemes, Jerry .... Szemes, Mike ....... Szymanski, Diane T Tadlock, Judy ....... Taft, Susan ....... Talbutt, Randy Tarpley, Thomas Tatarski, Chester Taylor, Calvin .... Taylor, Charlene Taylor, David ..... Teeters, Donna Tell, Patti ......... Tenzer, Kristina 157 41,94,99,102, 144,174 157 157 145 ,. 105,157 157 168 107,157 168 157 ..158 145 145 . . . . . . . 158 92,95,98,l05,158 168 168 Terry, Bett .................. Thessme1', Jyenida .... . . Thietle, Allen ...... Thomas, Agnes .... Thomas, Carolyn 158 158 168 158 168 158 168 158 Thomas, Edity ..... .. . Thomas, John ....... .. Thomas, Raymond , . . . . . . Thomas, Willie ...... ...... Thomason, Robert ..... 80,158 Thompson, Barbara .... .... 1 68 Thompson, Donna ..... . 158 Thompson, Larry .... . ........ 168 Thompson, Marsha ...... 90,94,145 Thompson, William .... ...... 1 68 Thode, Richard ............... 158 Thornburge, Kristine ....... 95,168 Thorpe, Charles ........ 97,107,168 Thorsen Donna Tiebert, 'Rita ..... 20,91,93,94,145,199 Tiedeman Tom ..... . . 82,89,90,145 Tiiaen, Rtiger ........ ' ........ 69,168 Timm, Robert ....... Timmons, Georgeann 145 158 88,104,168 Timmrick, Jeff .....,...... 109,168 Todd, Ellen ............ Todd, Jonathon .... Todd Tom ........ 95,105,168 158 , ............ 73 Tolchinsky, Dean ...... 101,145,180 Tolchmsky, Shelia ........ . 101,168 Tolton Dennis ..... , ........... 168 Tomaszewski, Kenneth ...... 69,158 Tomaszewski, Philip Tomenko, Michael .. Tompach, Charles .. Tomsheck, James . . . Ton, Bryan ...... Toole, James ...... Toore, Vicki ........ 168 . ..... .168 . ....... 168 71,158 ... 88,109,168 ....... 145 - . ....... 168 Tortorici, Patricia .... .... 1 05,168 Towler, Pamela Trernmel, .George .. Trojan, Diane .... 158 168 95.158 A Abraham, Charles ........ 28,89,1 14 Adams, Douglas .... Ahrendt, Wilma Aigner, Robert .. Almon, John ...... 36,71,74,76,114 114 114 114 B Bass, Arnold ........... 88,114,160 Bonfield, Genevieve .. 114 Breed, Janice ........ Byrd, Paul ........ C Calvert, E, Preston Calvert, Nancy Cassidy, Robert 113 114 112 17,88,114,l50 114 Cobbum, Garth .... ......... 1 14 Commer, Wilma ............ 98,114 Cook, Richard ....... 70,88,l14,l50 Cripe, Jerry .... .......... 6 9,114 Croft, Max ....... ..... 6 0,101,114 Curtis, Ruth ....... ......... 1 14 D Dahlberg, Mildred ..,.... 17,87,114 Donoghue, Roger .. Durand, Phyllis .... E Ehret, Evelyn ...... F Fer uson Madeline , 8 Fischer, Bruce ...... 94114 ' 17,36,89,114:118 114 114 36,62,71,81,114 Trott, Charles . Trott, Michael ...... Troth, Richard ..... Trotter, Thomas Trout, Cheryl ....... Trout, Priscilla ..... Troy, Gail ........ . Tucker, Jerry ...... 158 145 158 67,81,89,94,10l, 158 168 93,145,194, 198 168 80 Tucker, Anthony ...... . 158 Tucker, Patsy ...... .... 1 05,168 Trueman, Shirley ........ . 168 Turner, Janis ,... 55,104,158 Turner, Jennifer .... ....... 1 45 Turpen, Mike ..... ..... 1 68 Twible, Pamela ,... 90,145 Tylinski, Dennis .... 145 Tylisz, Joseph ..... .... 1 68 Tyrrell, Tim ........ .... 1 68 U Uebler, Lee ........ ..... 1 45 Ulrich, Terry ...... .... 7 1,158 Unger, Allan ........... 73,109,158 Ungurait, Merribeth ....... 100,158 Urback, Sue ............. 90,95,158 Urbanski, Daniel Utpatel, John .... Utpatel, Jackie ..... 168 168 94,145 V Vachon, Duane ............... 168 Vader, Gail .................. 168 Vader, Garry ................. 145 Valentine, Kathy .. 55,87,88,103,1g8g Valentine, Penny ...........,.. 168 Vallarano, Chris .............. 168 Vanderplough, John . 12,108,109,l58 Vanderpool, Paul Vankosky, Donald .. Van Sant, Patricia ...... Vaughn, Bill ....... Van Vlack, Sue .. Vawter, Joy 168 92158 97,l01Z168 81,145 87 95 168 . . . . . .' '90,9'3',i04,i08I146 Vayhinger, Richard .....,... 71,168 Vendos, Cherie ............... 168 Vernick, Victor .... 89,90,94,103,146 Vernier, Kathleen .... Vivian, Stephanie ....... Volger, Jesse ..... Volk, Elwook . . . Volk, Karen ..... Volstorf, Rus ...... Von Hartz, Karl .. Voss, Deanna .... Voss, Larry ..... Voss, Norman ..... W Wade Dean ...... 92,95,102,l04, 106,108,158,185 ... 94,146 158 168 146 146 168 146 168 146 108,109,158 Wadlington, Ron .. 168 Wagner, Beverly .... ..... 1 46 Wagner, Carol 95,158 Wagner, D. ....... ...... 9 3 Wagner, Janice ..,.... . . . 86,105 Wagner, Jeannette .... . 146 Waldrep, Diana .... ........ 8 6 Walenza, Gail ....... .. 168 Walk, Gail ,...... .... 8 9,94,146 Wallace, Jerry ...... ....... 1 46 ,Wallerstein, Kent .... 146,180 Walls, Audrey Walter, Dennis .... Walters, Rebecca .. Waltz, Jack ...... Waltz, Jim ..... Waltz, Kenneth Wanke, Alicia .... .... Wantland, Bill ..... ..... Wantland, Jeane ..... Wantuck, Patty , G Grifiis, Hubert H Hakim, Hussein . Hall, Helen ..... Halpin, Gerald ..... Harden, Ronald . Harvey, Patricia ..... Hendricks, Tommy . . . Henry, Bernice ..... Hibbs, Edward .. Hultgren, George . I Irgang, George . . J Jones, Warren K Karstens, Jerome . 146 . 69,168 . ....... 168 146,183 158 . ..... 89,168 105,146 146 158 168 . . 104,114 .. 103,114 115 29,115 .. .... 115 115 115 .. 101,115 103,115 ... .. 11,93,115 .. ........ 36 33,36,76,113 ...67,115 Katz, Harlan ...... 51,115 Kemena, Ruth ..... ...... 1 13 Kerestury, Judith .. 94,115 King, Dorothy . . . .. .... 115 Kitchell, Calvin .... ..... 1 15 Kuszmaul, Ross .... ..... 7 3,115 L Lamb, Richard ........ 67,74,77,115 Larson, Lucille . .. ...... 91,113 Lee, Eloise Lonzo, C. D. ..... . . .. Lootens. Barbara 115 86,92,115 115 Wardean, Sarah . . . Warner, Sue ...... Washluske, Pamela Watson, Anita .... Watson, Brad Watson, Larry Watson, Lorrell Wazni, Hassan Weber, Sally ..... Weber, William Webster, James Weedm, Janice .. Wegner, Dea ............... Weidner, Catherine Weidner, Jeff .. 31 Weihmiller, Barb .....,........ Weik, Dale ....... Weiss, Dan .... Weiss, Judy .... Weiss, Susan ..... Welham, Tom Wellnitz, Jim ...... Wenc, William .,.. Wentland Ronald . .......,. 168 105,168 93,95,158 Washluske, Linda ........ ... 92,95,106,158 168 168 107,168 .......168 146 98,102,146 .....,.....168 147 .. 93,102,106,l58 98,168 105,168 ,67,73,8l,86,89,94, 147 86 ....147 ..168 86 168 168 86 ...,158 168 Wernier, Peggy . . . ff' ...... 91,158 95 West, C. ..,..... . West, Barbara .... West, Charles ..... . . . West, Patricia .... 95,168 15,9z,1o6,1ss 168 Westberg, Pat ...... ..... 1 00,147 Westbrook, Karen Westcott, Anthony 147 87,158 Westman, Richard .... . 168 Westphal, Barbara . . . 168 Westphal, Craig ...... .... 1 69 Westphal, David .... 66,158 Westphal, Judy ..... 90,147 Westphal, Kathy 107,169 Westphal, Wayne . . . ..... 89,158 Wetzel, Carl ..,... ...... 1 47 Wetzel, Terri ...... ..... 1 69 Whalen, Christine . .. .... 105,158 Whirl, Gerald ...... . ...... 147 White, Beverly .... 101,147 White, Delores ....... . 158 White, Edward White, Eugene .... White, White, White, John ...... Linda ..... Robert .... 158 71,81,147 . . . . . .. 69,81,l69 7,95,101,169,l86 . . . . . . . 158 Whitaker, Shirley .......... 105,169 Whitlow, Cheryle . .. ..... 105,158 Whitlow, Theresa .... Wible, Joyce ......... Wickstrom, Douglas Widmar, Jackie . .. Wiegel, Philip .... Wiencek, Margret ........... . . Wiencek Susan . . . . 106,147 158 169 86 147 169 98,147 wienceal Victoria .' 22,87,95,101,158 Wienhoft, Dale ................ 158 Wienke, Karen ................ 158 Wieseman, Orrin .. Wiesemann Kay .. Wildhart, Randal . Wilke, William Wilkins, Cheri .... Wilkins, Greg .... Will, Charles Will, Kathy ..... Will, Michael Willey, Mary ..... Williams, Allen Williams, Betty ..... .. ....... 147 . . ....... 169 .. ... 66 106 158 71:169 160,169 158 147 105,158 107 103,158 158 105,169 Williams, Carole ..... 94,147 Williams, Rebecca . . . . . . . 169 Williams, Rebecca 158 Williams, Theresa .... ..... 1 69 Willie, Louise ...... ....... 1 58 Wilson, Don .............. 107,147 LTY INDEX Lootens, Bernard ....... 89,116,118 Lykens, Harry ....... ....... 1 16 M McAnaJly, Earl ...... 81,116 Mclntire, George .. .. 113,215 Mann, Bernice ..... ...... 1 16 Maxey, Sheldon .... .. 100,116 Meer, Newton .....,. Millbranth, Elmer .,.. 116 116 Miller, Delbert ..... ...... 1 16 Mulloy, Doris ....... . . . Munger, Elizabeth N Nicholas, James .. Nightingale, Mary Nowak, Frank O 0'Neill, Thomas ..... . . . Overman, Vic . 116 17,95,116 116 96,116 iff. 113 55,116 67,116 P Parry, Dave ............. 83,87,116 Pilecki, Dr. P. J. .............. 112 Pohl, Helen ........... 16,17,86,116 Presser, Richard ........ 49,104,116 R Raisor, Edwina ....... . . 101,116 Raisor, Robert ..... ...... 1 13 Rhoads, Arthur .... 90,117 Robison, Gordon . , . . . . 49,117 Rogers, Sarah 117 Wilson, Linda Thomas ...... Wineland, Harlan Wilson, Wingar d, William Winkler, Paul ..... . Wise, Karlene ......1.. Wiseman, Terry .. Wiskeman, Tom . Witaker, Calvin . . . Witek, Witner, Rickey ..... . 51.101158 54,70,101,158 157,158 147 109,158 105,169 66,94,107,158 .. .......... 158 . . .. . . . . 158 90,106,158 .... 105,169 Woehsle, Elizabeth . Wojasinski, Ed ..... Wojasinski Julia . ..... 95,105,169 .. ..... 148,180 , ............. 158 Wojasinski, Nancy .... 169 Wolf, Penny ........ Wolff, Susan ...... Wolford, Beverly .... Wolgast, Sharon .. Wolod, Sandra . . . Wood, Ronald Woodrick, Ed ..... Woodruff, David Woodruff, Gary . .. 9i,95,i05,15s 196 148 .. 105,148 105,169 158 80 158 97,158 Woodruff, Sandra Woods, Vicki Worthy, Marcia .. Wozniak, Margueri Riff Wozniak, Mike 89,90,10l,148,180 Wozniak, Nancy ...... Wozniak, Trudy .............. 158 Wright, Connie Sue ., 32,100,l04,148 Wright, Connie J. .......... 95,158 Wright, James ........ Wright, Janice ................ 100 Wright, Ralph ...... 35,67,74,80,1ig 1 148 Wroble wski, Devon . . .. Wroblewski,bMary Lou .. 95,105,169 . 95,102,158 158 .. 98,101,148 148 148 Wyse, Lonnie .........,. 100 Wysong, Marilvn ...... .. . 148 Wysong, Patricia . . . . . . 169 Y Yackus, Wayne ..... 158 Yagelski, Sharon . . . . . . . 86 Yanke, Edward 148 Yantz, Chester .... 158 Yanz, Ester ...... ............ 1 69 Yazel, Allen .... , .......... 158 Yentes, Clifford .... 88,92.94.157,158 Yoder, Diane ,....... 92,95,105,158 Yoder, Marsha , .... ....... 1 06,148 Young, Jerrold ....... . 148 Young, Lenna .... .... 9 3,148 Young, Roxanne .... ...... 8 6 Yuzames, Bettye .... 158 Yuzamas, Zella ..... . . . 158 Z Zabransky, Sue ..... 158 Zawacki, Bob ....... 158 Zbrowski, Darrel .... . . . 169 Zielinski, Stepeanie ............ 169 Zeese, Tom ................... 148 Zeidler, Mary Jo .............. 148 Zeman, Sandra .... Zemrowski, James . Zemrowski, Judy .. Zepik, Janice ......,... Zimmerman, Yvonne 90,92,95,158 94,159 107,148 101,104,159 88,169 Zimonja, Mike .....,. .... 9 0,149 Zolvinski, Kathy .... .... 8 6 Zolvinski, Richard . 169 Zomonerle, Karolyn ........... 169 Zonyk, Mike ................. 169 Zonyk, Pat ............. Zook, Phil ...... 66,89,9 Zurek, Greg ...... ... . . . . 69 0,94,149,196 149 Zygmuntowski, Ronald ..... 100,149 Ross, Louis ........ .. 89,117 S Sacks, Wallace ................ 117 Schlegelmilch, Noel ..... 60,69,117 Silverman, Emmanuel ......... 117 Sims, James .......... 93,117 Smith, Ara K. .... . Smith, L. W. .... Sorge, Dennis ...... Sparks, Mary Lou . Sparks, Richard Sparks, Thomas .. Sparrow Grace Sprague,, Marion . . T Taylor, Charlotte Timberlake, Louis .. Troxel, Roberta .... Troyer, Fluorine .... U Urquhart, Jeanette .. W Wegner, Harold .. Wentand, Walter Williams, Deidre Wright, Harriet Y Yentes, Wallace ..... Young, James .... 112 117 117 24,98,117 117 117 112 117 17,117 '.'. 105,106,117 99,117 117 . . . . 88,117,160 .. 113 112 .. 98,117 .. 113 .. ...112 .. 112 ADVERTISING INDEX A Alls Thrif-Ti-lX4art ...... 177 Alvin D. Blicden ........ 206 AMI lNIetals CQ Northern Ind. Steel Supply Co. ...... 183 Anchorage Restaurant . .. 196 Arndt's Sport Shop ....... 196 Arno Adhesive Tapes, Inc. 174 Azar's ................. 186 B Bassett Lincoln-Mercury Inc. . 178 Beebe's Sporting Goods . . . 203 B K E Marine .......... 187 Bennyls Restaurant ...... 196 Bergls Floral dk Gift Shop . Bill Sherman Buick Co. .. B K K Root Beer Stands . . 192 Blaekmond's Jewelers .... 196 Blieden's Camera Center . . 196 Blocksom K Co. ........ 186 196 196 Book Fair .............. 196 Boyd Phelps, Inc. ........ 203 Brownies Restaurant .... 176 G Carriage Trade ......... 182 Central Drug Store ...... 176 Checker Cab Co. ........ 196 Cipares Insurance Agency .... 203 Citizens Bank ........... 195 City Radio 81 Television, Inc. 197 Clark Equipment Co. .... 172 Coca-Cola Bottling Co. .. 188 Colonial Bakery ......... 196 Cooper Norge Village .... 176 Cush X Lambka, Inc. .... 193 D Dairy Queen ........... 205 Delaney's Furniture ...... 193 Dobeski Shoe Store ...... 173 Dr. James Reiff ......... 206 Dr. Norman Carlson ..... 206 Dr. Robert lN4arske ...... 206 Drs. Sunderland 81 Golightly . . . 206 Drs. LaFountain 81 Kaplan 206 Dr. YV. L. Potucek ....... 206 Dr. VV. NVayne Dunlop 206 E Eastmoor Slacks ..... . . . 197 Eden House ............ 196 Eighth Street Cafe ...... 196 Elco Electronics ..... . . . 185 Elite Beauty Shoppe ..... 196 Enyeart Chevrolet ....... 190 F First Merchants-National Bank ................ 200 Foster Printing Service . . . 205 Fox, Transki, and Martin .... 206 Franklin Pharmacy ...... 201 199 Frey Brothers ........... F.W. Dwyer Manufacturing Co. ................. 204 G Gardex Inc. ............. 179 General Construction .... 196 Goerg Boats 81 Motors .... 179 Grayson School of Music . . 179 Grieger Clothing Store . .. 178 H Haviland-Callan, Inc. .... 179 Hays Corporation ....... 191 Henry Lumber Co. ....... 194 192 202 Herff Jones ........ . . . Hickory Pit Grill . . . . . . .1 .Iaymar-Ruby Inc. ....... 184 81 G.E. Schlundt Insurance 206 Jim Super Market ........ 183 John's Barber Shop ...... 179 .Iosam lX4anufacturing Co. 198 Joy Manufacturing Co. . . . 187 K Kroening Coal 81 Fuel Oil .... 179 L LaPorte County Beverage . 179 L. Missal Decorating Co. . . 179 Louise Arthur .......... 179 Lucas School of Music . .. 202 M M.A. Christianson Co. 205 Majot's Garden Shop .... 205 Mattie MeCombs ....... 174 Mayerls Children Shop .... 205 McDonalds ............. 180 Meyer Paint 81 Glass Co. . 204 Michigan City Auto Salvage Co. .................. 194 Michigan City Dry Goods, Inc. 205 Michigan City Furniture Co. . . 199 Michigan City Loan 81 Building Assoc. ........ 204 Michigan City Paper Box Co. . . 180 Midwest Realty ......... 206 Miller Accounting 81 Tax Service .............. 206 212 NI 81 M ................ 178 lN4ontgomery VVard and Co. . . . 174 Morrison's .............. 191 lX4r. 81 lVIrs. John Vail .... 205 N News-Dispatch .......... 194 O Office Equipment Co. . . . . 197 Ohm1ng's .............. 179 Orbit Oldsmobile ........ 205 P Peglow ci Johnson, Inc. .. Peters Dairy ....... .... Phillips Drill Co. ....... . Pioneer Lumber 81 205 Pepsi .................. 185 182 191 Supply Co. ...... .... 2 05 Pullman Standard ....... 181 R Richard Mignery ........ 201 Ronnie's ................ 205 Roxanns Drive Inn ....... 175 S Sears Roebuck and Co. . . . Schollls Dairy ........... Shon Furniture Store ...... 205 Sid's Service Station ...... 205 Smith Shoe Store ........ 180 Society Lingerie Co. ...... 203 Solbergls House of Flowers 201 186 193 Spaulding Barber Shop .... 203 Star Laundry 81 Cleaners . 190 Sugar Bowl ............. 203 T Taylor-Chalmers Advertising, Inc. .................. 203 The Ladies Shop ......... 173 The Music Shop 178 Tonn 81 Blank, Inc. ...... 172 U Ulrich Paint and Glass, Inc. . . . 194 Velmals Beauty Salon .... 199 Vernier China Co. ...... 185 Volkswagen Auto Sales . . . 187 W Walt's Kitchen Cabinets . . 203 Weil-McLain Company, Inc. . . 202 Wilkeas Drug Store ...... 182 William R. Bartlett ...... 206 WIMS ................. 182 Wooclruff 81 Sons, Inc. 203 Wrights, Flowers ......... 173 W. W. Case ...... .... 2 05 AN ELSTON IAN YEAR The 1964 ELSTONIAN began in April of 1963 when eleven of us-unsure and inexperienced juniors-first met as a staff in S113. We discussed theme, learned a few basic mechanics, and tried to capture the feeling we wanted for our book. Last September work began in earnest. Four who had spent two weeks at the I.U. Journalism Institute taught the others how to crop pictures, plan in- telligent layouts, fit copy, and sell ads. Suddenly eleven individuals became one staff, and the 1964 ELSTONIAN was on its way. A few frantic months of taking pictures, struggling with layouts, polishing copy, meeting deadlines-and then we were finished. We have tried to capture the feel- ing of this year and the spirit of this class and to produce a book which will be enjoyed now and in years to come. Our thanks go to everyone who helped-to El- ston's students, teachers, and administrators, to our advertisers, to Root Studio, to the American Yearbook Company, to Smith Cover Company, and to Mr. Irving Lloyd, whose pictures appear throughout the book. Finally, thanks to Mrs. Nightingale, who helped us through the stupid layouts, bad copy, and last minute rush at dead- line time. 1964 ELSTONIAN STAFF Editor ........ ...................... M ary Mathias Copy Editor . . . ............. Kim Freier Plzotograplzrr .... ............ T om Robison Features ..,.. . . . Pam Brown, Jackie Peters Acadzfnzics . . . ........... Barbara Miller Sports ........ . . . Carl Bauer Organizations . . . ................ Entire staff Portraits ........ ................... E ntire staff Businzus .......... .... J udy Mitnick, Ron Stalbaum General Assistants . . . .... Bronwyn Jones, Joel Heuring Sponsor ........ .......... M ary Nightingale W7 ZZ'?" .VV I ,XJ 5 61 Mifzpzzhfxf an 7, lf ml,,, if 'f ,, 7 cg A L., P CL .2450 25, 706-25g4iA c,Kj 7 r ' ' wif? fue ,ffl K, ' M677 A -Q51-4-c2 If 7 f? fy,-2,1 " ,,p,7ZQj Q52 i , f2' ' 7 f ci CCVY 2516, 51212 M 52545 p 1 QD-Pam 43 1 QCQQVQ ,gig if OpQSJejJ' WWW? 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