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

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National news was no less disturbing as the Watergate trials dragged on and on, and the slump in the economy caused problems for all, especially those on fixed incomes, such as senior citizens. President Ford had rough beginnings in office as he faced the unemployment problem, inflation, and a suffering stock market. The local scene was considerably brighter, though. Beachway began to take shape as the new News-Dispatch building opened, and plans for the new city hall and main library were advanced. Changes for the park area, which included a new bandshell and better pier facilities, seemed to be more than just rumor, and many businesses downtown underwent extensive remodeling. The south end of town continued growing as many new businesses opened throughout the year. These events involved the students of Elston because the futures of Elston students were bound to be affected by their final outcome. .. "'s As we walk down the halls of our own M. C. Lets look around and try to see lf one of our brothers head is sown . . . Perhaps all he needs is a friendly sound. Greg Kmiecik What truly upsets me is when a person starts a fight with you and you just defend yourself, but you get suspended. R. B. The most favorite thing in the world to me is to see the Michigan City Red Devils win the state tournament in '75, " EH. The most important thing to me is the victory of graduating when i'rn a Senior. Alex Popla wski 3 . ,Arif fi I . i'fJ.'fi! ,xi Q ,J ,g ,iq i:1i,,ii- if Q vga' fir it ' ' -AQ if 1 wi 4, 11 www' 1-it r, V., ,U ...,.,...,....-..-..--....--'4 ,- ri, ff- af , t 5 it i is ii?,f',,w - I-W.. ' ,, Mi V 1 I , ,-'Y' , V ,i ut , ', , , , 7-n.1:sm-sz. 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For those of us at Elston, the 1974-1975 school year held both good and bad. Although certain fall sports had rough seasons, other teams, such as the girls' golf team, more than made up for that. Throughout the year, curriculum committees of students and teachers met in efforts to improve the academic offerings at Elston. Using. the strengths and weaknesses of the Phased Elective English program as a basis, new plans were worked on for other courses. Feelings were also very optimistic as plans for the remodeling of the older Elston buildings and the addition of fine arts facilities were revealed to all of us. Many of us knew we would not be here to see the propositions become reality, but it was good to know that we at Elston had not been forgotten. l 'rn grateful that l can laugh and be laughed at, B. V. The most important thing to me. . . . . , is to keep on smilini Bob Holmes is that other people think I have feelings, too. Anonymous M S Am . When you smile, the school will smile with you, but when you frown, you will frown alone. Carrie Zerbe l want to be able to make my own decisions, lfl 'TSX V , V siiti ggi, could not do this l would feel as though my life was being wasted away in a prison. Debbie Rux xy: n. Qin. - ff" esta 'Q 1. sfo l. l l . . . ATEAR AND A SMILE A students life is full of ups and downsg days when everything goes right, and days when everything seems to go wrong. Emotions strongly affect our abilities to do right or wrong, and by the time a student reaches high school, he has usually experienced them all: the satisfaction of a perfect paper, the agony ofa blown testg the shouts of victory, the tears of defeatg the pain of seeing a friend lost to someone more popular, the warmth of a new friendship. And finally, thoughts of graduation will bring back these long forgotten memories, and we will recall our years at Elston . . .with a tear and a smile. EVENTS Black is the opposite of white, good opposes evil, yin and yang oppose each other, but neither should be considered bad. A tear g opposes a smile, but once again neither aspect should be thought of as the lesser or the worse. Having both extremes, without too much of one, the matter is balanced. Henry Keltz W ww ww' J' . M!:,,,',l,i' Miz 'EP 43 1 y. ,ur I-KW? M 1. ,w, 33:12 wwwwww 10 Events Class Olympics Complete The Squeeze The students of Elston turned in an outstanding S4152 forthe Squeeze last year. The Class of '74, through such activities as the Senior Car Wash and Bastille Day, showed senior superiority with 81966. Juniors took second with S1435 and the sophomores brought in 8750. The trophy for most money turned in went to Mrs. Harrison's homeroom with 3638. Squeeze funds went mainly to the LaPorte County March of Dimes and Heart Association. Winding up Squeeze Week, the annual Class Olympics were held, uncovering many hidden athletic abilities. Each class hoped for a victory and the S100 award to their Squeeze credit. But the Class of '74 easily won the prize. Mymm . 3 City Slicker Day Brings Back "50's" After Mr. Jones proclaimed one day of last year's Spirit Week to be City Slicker Day, students searched frantically for tight pants, long skirts, sweaters, and everything else that was big in the "5O's." Guys broke out the 30 wt., girls smeared themselves with red lipstick, and everyone sported white socks with Beatle boots or saddle shoes. An assembly at the end of the day proclaimed Chris Plant and Regina Cross as EIston's official "Mr. and Mrs. City Slickerf' Starting Left, Clockwise: Mike Edling, Rick Blank. Mary West, Senior Jail. Patty Mallardi, Slave Sale. Linda Trotter. Karen Gunderson. Rick Blank. Dave Mull, David Gunderson, Class Olympics, Tug-of-War. Events 1 1 1 2 Events CAST Mrs. Dolly Levi .... . . . Ernestina ......... . . . Ambrose Kemper ...,,.. Horace Vandergelder .... Ermengarcle . . ..,, . . Cornelius Hackl, . . . . . Barnaby Tucker . . . , . Irene Molloy ... .,. Minnie Fay Mrs. Ftose .. ... Rudolph . . . . . . Waiter .... . . . Stanley. . , . riaiiciemgfi 1 i .. ff Judge ..... . . . Court Clerk . , . . . . 'Starting Right, Clockwise: Dave Ayars, Dave Block, Doug Osborne, Derrick Cross, and Laura Linda Yuhas, Dennis Saffer, and Karen Sterchi. Laura Marlin Zeina Mussa Matt Lau Dave Block Heidi Lohse Dennis Safter Phil Geleske Karen Sterchi Linda Yuhas Mary West Diane Baumgartner Derrick Cross Carl Wippeeman Bobby Foster Rob Thompson Mark Aigner Jon l-lilberg Donna Dwyer Jennifer Smith and Tim Johnson. Martin. Laura Martin. Tovvnspeople. Waiters, Tovvnspeople: Carl Grayson. Dave Ayars, Tim Johnson, Tim Logman, Carl Wipperman, Mark Aigner, John Jaques, Dave Mull. Doug Osborne, Rob Thompson, Jon Hilberg. Tovvnspeople: Debbie Ellis, Carleen Zilske, Laura Cleveland, Pam Behrndt, Nancy Anderson, Elaine Janasiak, Nancy Mershon, Pat Dabbert. Meg Ludington, Mickey Nichols, Rosemary Bould, Dorothy l-lolda, Laura Francis, Debbie Anderson, Diane Baumgartner, Mary West, Jennifer Smith, Marilee Smith, Kathy Lyness. Donna Dvvyer, Patti Mallardi, Laura Ann Holdcratt. Thespians Present Musical Extravaganza With Summer Encore ,r l '- .-4 a . 'J In S 41' D U xii M34 Presenting the musical comedy "l-lello, Dolly" was more like a comedy of errors for those involved. But it wasn't all that funny. Dolly, Laura Martin, performed painfully after her motorcycle accident a few weeks before the show. Dennis Saffer, playing Cornelius Hackl, was discovered to have "walking pneumonia," and had to be replaced for the opening night by Carl Wipperman. The next night Dennis was back, gulping aspirin between scenes, while lrene Molloy, played by Karen Sterchi, was on stage with a 1020 fever. Despite the difficulties, good direction, determination, and perseverance, as well as talent, combined to carry the show off. The show was so successful, the cast and crew brought "Dolly" back for two additional performances in June. Events 13 14 Events Q, M . Hams 'N' Lambs Brings Smiles Talents never before sus- Krause, and Ted Soller as 'tThe pected of Elston students Streak." Musical acts included were displayed at the 15th guitarist Robin Scholer, soul annual l-lams 'n' Lambs. With singer Bobby Foster, pianist the amiable lvlr. Freitag as Carol Patterson, singers Eileen emcee, the program included Doyle and Mrs. Harrison, and such varied acts as dramatic '5O's-style rock and roll by readings by Jennifer Smith Danny and the Butts and his and Flegina Cross, a "roast" crowd ot fans. All in all, the for lvlr. Jones, a gym- show provided an enjoyable nastics demonstration by Pam I evening of entertainment. Elston Bowl Splattered B Mud m Wi., ML. i Last year, teams consisting of three students each, representing history classes, met in the Mclntire Media Center to compete in the Elston version of lt's Academic - The Elston Bowl. After all elimination rounds had been completed and championships were underway, two of Mr. Freitag's classes proceeded to take top honors. Mud, consisting of Alex Armour, Cathy Nazimek, and Terry Dunne, defeated all challengers as Don Pellegrini, Ed Summers and Sam Willis, known as Donny and the Twinks, took second. ,,,t,, , Starting Left, Clockwise: Floyd Bentley and Don Foldenaur. and Alex Armour, victors. ' Dennis Satter, Marilee Smith, Kathy Lyness, and A3 Jon Hilberg - music by Danny and The Butts. T L -t,- ,,.,.., . Bobby Foster- Robin Scholer. Paula Gross. ' f ,wg 'iikwiwt ..,, Terry Dunne, Cathy Nazimek, ',',, 'g-," ,,..,,,,, , W 'x Events 15 16 Events Gemini Prom Brings High Spirits I 113 4,1 4,4 2 'V 7 I2 ,,,.. ' v b 4 . I The 1974 Junior-Senior Prom held many memories for the 330 Juniors and Seniors who attended. The gym was decorated with the signs of the Zodiac, and Sophomores dressed as gypsies and fortune tellers to carry out the theme. The band was "Tommy Wells' Orchestra." As the clock tolled 12, everyone moved to the Elk's Lodge for Post Prom, where the theme was "Stars and Moonbeamsf' "City Limits" and "Future" provided the music. Ns, Starting Below, Clockwlse: Nancy Ericson, Rob Hoctor, Post Prom. Laura Cleveland, Dave Block, Prom. Brian Smith, Judy Callan, Prom Entrance. Pat Wolter, Tom Davis, Randy Dompke with Chris Wolfe, Bev Scholl, and Renee Pasky, Prom. Michelle Shaia, Mike Wolfe, Post Prom. Nancy Anderson, Tim Jahnz, Prom. Andy Schmidl, Post Prom Banquet. Events 17 1 8 Events Graduation Climaxes Busy Years On June 6, 1974, 372 students graduated from Elston Senior l-ligh School. Barry Criswell, class president, led the 102nd graduating class into the gym, where they listened to guest speaker Dr. John Tucker, from Purdue North Central. He spoke on the need for individualism. Following his speech, Mr. Jones awarded top honors to Marilee Smith, valedlctorian, and Linda Yuhas, salutatorian. Rev. George Bowie gave the invocation and also the benediction. President ofthe School Board, Dr. Robert Taub, presented the diplomas. Starting Below, Clockwise: Andree Elias, Commencement Exercises. Vic Piemonti, Exchange Student. Class President, Berry Criswell. Candy Breen, Vivian Johnson and Billease Howell. ? W Events 19 20 Events Students Experience Democratic Systems Ever wonder exactly how our governmental systems work? Last summer four Elston students gained enlightening political experience at Boys' and Girls' State where they participated in mock city, county, and state governments. Nancy Mershon and Cindy Edling attended Girls' State and Alex Armour and Ken Smith took part in Boys' State. Both sessions were held at Indiana State University in Terre Haute. The students were assigned to dorms, each representing a county, and floors, each representing a city. Each city was divided randomly into two political parties. Conventions were then held to decide party policies and to elect candidates for office. After elections, each member of the mock state had a governmental job for the rest ofthe week. Assemblies included informative lectures, honor presentations, and a talent show. All four representatives reported an enjoyable, valuable week. .1 Comedy Drama Boosts Human Relations Starting Above, Clockwise: Pam Callaway, Cathy Hills, Carol MacGregor, Quentin Harris, Kevin Donaldson. Mr. Harbart, Nancy Mershon, Ken Smith, Cindy Edling, Alex Armour, Boys and Girls' State representatives and sponsor. Kevin Donaldson, Cathy Hills, rehearsal. Dave Mull, Cap'n Cotchipee. Purlie Victorious Judson . . . Lutiebelle Gussimae Jenkins Missy Judson .....,.,... Gitlovv Judson ,.......... Charlie Cotchipee . . . ldella Landy ..,.,... Ol' Cap'n Cotchipee, . . Sheriff ..... ,...... CAST . . . , . . . .Kevin Donaldson . . .Pam Callavvayflitogersj cathy Huis . . , .Quentin Harris Cliruegerj . .Ed Griggs , . . 4 .Carol MacGregor , .Dave Mull . . . . .Jim Saturday Miss Harrison directed this year's Human Relations play, "Purlie Victorious." "The subject of the play is povverg the black man's quest tor the authority to lead his people out ot the grips of tyrannical white bosses who make their fortune trom the hard labor of their black hands," said Miss Harrison. "lt deals with the problem of man's inhumanity to man. The conclusion is that people who are thwarted by being kept ignorant, poor and oppressed come to fruition by being led out of their tear, complacence and self-doubt." Activities 21 22 Events Homecoming Brings Bright Spot To Dim Season Homecoming is a time-honored tradition of Elston Senior High. This year, clubs and organizations chose their candidates, and the thirty girls were presented to the student body at a two-hour morning assemblyfpep session on October 18th. Students voted by homeroom sections, and cheers and relays passed the time while votes were being tallied. The five finalists, Iris Baumgartner, representing Office Messengers, Linda Brown, Student Council, Rosanne Espar, Band, Kay Rusboldt, Hall Monitors, and Laurie Shover, Science Club, were then announced, and each was asked an unrehearsed question by Principal Warren Jones. The final choice for the 1974-75 queen was not announced until halt-time exercises at the Homecoming game that night. Dennis Saffer, Senior Class President, acted as emcee, and last year's queen, Elaine Janasiak, announced the new Queen. The game was somewhat less than a decisive victory for the Devils, but spirits were high as Rosanne Espar was crowned by her predecessor and received a bouquet of flowers, along with congratulations, from Mr. Jones. T , ,'r.r-ym- shew,-amgi- W 4' Ji 5 1 A I 0 - O Starting Left, Cfockwise: Dennis Saffer, Elaine Janasiak. Rosanne Espar, Warren Jones. Kay Rusboldt. iris Baurngartner, Dave Block, Linda Brown, John Calvin. Laurie Shover, Sean Shover, Rosanne Espar. Excited candidates at announcement of Queen. Events 23 24 Events EIston's "Odd Couple" Goes On Stage On November 22, 1974, Neil Simons Broadway hit, "The Odd Couple," was presented at Elston. Performing on stage forthe first time was Dave McGowan, playing Oscar Madison. The story revolved around the disruption of Oscar's unorganized lite by his tastidious friend, Felix Ungar. Felix was played by Dave Block. Directing the play was Mrs. Dunlop, and assisting her as student director was Mike Finger. The whole cast performed hilariously, aided by an "untidy" set, designed by technical director, Mr. l-loldcraft. f mf f 'ig -- ,witrf ri T , 41 iw' hvf T Q irrr Q- ,l W? . tgl, ,g,, 2 vW,,iy,,g,,,1,,,, gr ' 1-, f'i'.l3f:si,i" Vi... ,-V" I : Starting Left, Clockwise: Murray Edvvards, "Speed," Mr. Holdcrait, technical director Matt Lau, makeup room Mrs, Dunlop and Mike Finger, director and student director. Dave McGowan, Dana Marlatt, Peggy Kunkel, on stage. Tina Tabisz, stage crew. Dave Block, Dave McGowan, the "Odd Couple." Ed Griggs, Phil Geleske, Murray Edwards, dress rehearsal. Q.. Aii, Events 25 National Merit Letters of Commendation: Lynette Cantwell Laura Cleveland Terry Dunne David Mull Edward Summers Honors Reward Senior Achievements s Starting Left, Clockwisez Karen Sterchi, National Merit Scholarship Finalist. Mary West, National Merit Scholarship Finalist. Robert Florio, National Merit Scholarship Finalist Gretchen Smith, First Place Extemporaneous Verbal Communication in State OEA Contest. Alex Armour, National Merit Scholarship Finalist, Mathematics Association of America Test Winner. Edward Summers, DAR Good Citizenship Award. Sam Willis, lndiana DAR Scholarship Candidate. Dennis Safter, All-State Band. Patricia Shagdai, DAR Good Citizenship Award. Dorothy I-lolda, Betty Crocker Contest Winner. , , at x. w ,,-,ms-a:ea,w.f,mvfMt- fo,wa,.W: --t'- tt, Events 27 SENIQRS '49 . ,, Q 1- iv. gpm, Y i . ,gq.,,, . ' , . .,.. .f 'I if I, 4, A gk. , ff! 'M'- rw, nt i f A , . A K' x A,,, .W ,, f Ya- .fi ' .5 ' . e I lftf' SX A ,, . , . 1 ,Q g gf, if ' :ik ' f w , X ,:, Lf" 4 'lf ,I in . 1 wig H+ - 1 N , .Q 3 ,- gig, ' , 2 1 A - i 51 Q9 ' . . W M-1 5.5 tj! ' f 35,1 5 , T5Q55.5fF3 , A V A Eg? n iy W .Q .45 ' 5 , , a f x 'f .0 1 .A ,sfvffifzgy I M gf? 1 ig ' ,.f,. 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As the excitement of graduation descended, there was still time for quiet reflection on past years and the good and bad experiences those years had brought. As the year drew to a close, they decided all the laughter and tears had been vvorthvvhile. So the class of '75 accepted the challenge graduation offered, filled vvith memories ofthe past and hope for the future. 5 tax: is Staring Above, Clockwise: Mr. Warner, sponsor. lvlrs. Croft, sponsor. Senior officers. Steering Committee. Flow One: D. Saffer, D. Block, K. Dolson, B. Holmes, B. Wolod. Row Two: T. lvlacalka, M. Hunt, G. Jones, P. Stark, P. Skonieczny, D. Wilson, J. Alvarado, I.. Powell, D. Sipes, Fl. Espar, D. McGowan, I.. Cleveland, Fl. Florio. MICHAEL AINSVVORTHZ Chess Club 1. JOAN ALVARADO1 Honor Society 2, 33 Canteen 2, 33 Dahlites 33 Jr. Concessions 23 Sr. Sign Co. 33 Slide Rule Club 21A Capella 2, 33 Chorus 1 3 Swing Choir 33 Girls' Softball 2. TONI ALVARADO: Honor Society 2, 33 Canteen 33 Dahlites 33 St. Store 23 Jr. Concessions 23 Sr. Sign Co. 33 Spanish Club 1, 2, 33 Business Club 13 Girls' Softball 23 FHA 3. ALEX ARMOUR: St. Council 33 Boys' State 23 ELSTONIAN 33 Math Club 1, 23 Cross Country Team 1, 23 Ski Club 23 Elston Bowl 2. JERRY ARMSTRONG: Hall Monitor 3: AVA 2: CRIMSON COMET 23 Track Team 1,31 Football Team 1 3 ACapella 1 , 23 Concert Jr SCOTT BERG Band 1. . DIANE BAILEY Club 1, 3. WAYNE BARNES RENIE BARR: Tri-Hi-Y 1 , 2, 33 Soph. Party 13 R.T. 1, 23 Tennis Club 2. CATHY BARTELS: Steering Comm. 13 Tri-Hi- Y1, 2, 33 Sr. Sign Co. 33 Jr, Prom 23 Soph. Party 13 R.T. 1, 2, 3. IRIS BAUMGARTNER: Homecoming 33 St. Council 33 Office Messengers 33 Counselor's Ass't 23 Senior Sign Co. 33 Jr. Prom 23 Swim Team Timers 3. JULIE BAZIA: St. Store 33 Tri-Hi-Y 1 , 2, 33 Sr. Sign Co. 33 Jr. Prom 23 Soph. Party 13 R.T. 1, 2, 33 Devilettes. CHERYL BECHERER1 Jr. Concessions 23 Tri-Hi-Y'1, 2, 33 Jr. Prom 23 R.T. 1, 2, 33 French Club 1, 33 Ski Club 1, 2, 3. JOHN BERG: Hall Monitor 23 Ushers 1 , 23 Ski Club 2. AMY BERKS3 Honor Society 2, 33 Jr. Concessions 23 AVA 2, 33 Exploratory Tchg. 33 Spanish Club 1, 2, 33 Science Club 2. KURT BALL: Cheerblock 33 Ushers 2, 33 Ski Seniors 31 32 Seniors Involved Seniors, After Three Years . . . JOHN BERRY: Ushers 2: Related D.E. 3: Track Team 1. STEVEN BLACKBURN DEBRA BLACKSTEN RICHARD BLANK: CheerblOck1, 2, 3: CRIMSON COMET 3: German Club 1, 2: Boys Golf Team 3: Football Team 1 : 2: Ski Club 1 , 2, 3. NEDRA BLASl-l:SOpl1.F'arly1. DAVE BLOCK: Steering Comm. 3: St. Council 3: Cheerblock 2: All School Musical 2: All School Play 2: 3: Jr. Prom 2: Track Team 1 : Football Team 1, 2, 3: Swing Choir 3: A Capella 3. MARY BOHMER: St. Store 3: Jr. Concessions 2: Office Messengers 3: Tri-l-li- Y 1: Jr. Prom 2: Soph. Party 1: R.T. 3: A Capella 3: Chorus 1 : 2. GARY BOMBICH: Boys Golf Team 2, 3: Football Team 1 , 2, 3: Bowling Club 1. DEBORAH BOOTCHECK: Honor Society 2, 3: St. Store 2, 3: Jr. Concessions 2: Tri-Hi-Y 1: 2: Sr. Sign Co. 3: Jr. Prom 2: Soph. Party 1: R.T. 1: 2, 3: French Club 1 , 3. EUGENE BOROLOV ROSEMARY BOULD: Honor Society 2, 3: Jr. Concessions 2: Office Messengers 3: Tri-Hi- Y 1 , 2: All School Musical 2: RT. 1, 2, 3. LYNN BOWERS: Tri-Hi-Y 1, 2: Jr. Prom 2: German Club 1 : Concert Band 1 , 2. if as In Memory Of Dale White 5 :K Nj' In-mf l' g 77 15! rf . .Af '.:'.. -. . f 'F 1- ': 1 1' 4 5 e 4 P Q gf x 1 'T' 4. S 'U 4, 6 J, X -f '2 . r f ,, i g 55 N J 2 A YE 46 A N , Kill Br A ' saw .31 Y .sf new 2- f -f - . -rw. wa wr f K 1 e A 5 t i f 1 f 321.1 l if Q 1 ff' A 5 kv 4 5 rf. A is ' .. . W . , 74 ll' le fr , .-jx ' 2 , Q I jf W fr , , .'! 4-. ff ,., , A :II ..s . g Y ' ,Aa s l' : . .' :..ig g T . . X .1 if xg K K5 . Vi . 4 l-.. . ' Q. 'vs adn 1 .- V ,Q 1 iw, A f A, N Vit. '11 1 x an use eim tc ,,, 5.. .., . , . , 14 -5 ...sua QWQ A Q .1 1 ' t1 3,k , 1 a g 4 me . - 1 CARMEN COOPER CHARLES COURSEL 1 MICHAEL BROCKVVAY: Cheerblock 1, German Club 2, 3, Ski Club 1 , 3, Concert Band 1. DEBRA BROWN RODNEY BRUCE:Cheerblock1, 2, 3, German Club 3, Swim Team 1, 2, 3. DALLAS BURRELL1 Cheerblock 1, 2, 3, Jr. Prom 2, Spanish Club 2, Track Team 2, Football Team 2, 3, Wrestling Team 1, 2, 3. DWANE BURRELL: Hall Monitor 2. VANESSA BYRD: Homecoming 2, 3, Student Council 1, 2, 3, Canteen 3, Office Messengers 2, CRIMSON COMET 3, Human Relations 1, 2, Fashionettes 1, G.A.A. 1, Human Relations Play 1. - KEVIN CAIN: Hall Monitor 2, Wrestling Team 1. MARSHA CALVIN LYNNETIE CANTVVELL: Honor Society 2, 3' ELSTONIAN 3, Sr. Sign Co. 3, All School Musical 1, 2, 3, Jr. Prom 2, Spanish Club 1, 2, 3, Pep Band 2, 3, Concert Band 1, 2, 3, Jazz-Rock Band 3. JOHN CARROLL: Steering Comm. 2, Jr. Concessions 2, Cheerblock 1, 2, Hall Monitor 1, 2, I-li-Y 2, 3, Jr. Prom 2, Football Team 2, 3. MARGARET CARTER: Jr. Concessions 2, Tri-Hi-Y 3, Sr. Sign Co. 3, Jr. Prom 2, Fashionettes 1 , 2, 3, Business Club 1. PATRICK CAVANAUGH: Ushers 3. LAURA CLEVELAND: l-lonor Society 2, 3, Steering Comm. 1, 2, 3, Jr. Concessions 2: ELSTONIAN 2, 3, Musical 2, 3, Jr. Prom 2, R.T. 1, 2, 3, Spanish Club 1 , 2, 3: Ski Club 1, 2, 3. DENITA COLWELL: A Capella 2, 3, Chorus 1. 34 Seniors STEPHANIE COX1 Jr. Concessions 23 Office Messengers 23 Jr. Play 23 Rel, D.E. 2, 33 Business Club 2, BOB COY DONNITA CRABB DALE CRISVVELL: Cneerblock 1, 23 l.C.T. 33 VICA 33 Football Team 1. NANCY DABKOVVSKI1 Honor Society 2, 33 Steering Comm. 1,23 Homecoming 2, 33 St. Council 33 Danlites 23 Jr. Concessions 23 Tri- Hi-Y 1, 2, 33 Sr. Sign Co. 33 Jr. Prom 23 R.T. 1, 2,3 NICK DABKOWSKI: Cneerblock 1, 2, 33 Hi-Y 23 Sopn. Party 13 Rel. D.E. 33 Swim Team 1. MARK DARROW:Cl1eerblock 2, 33 Hall Monitor 23 CRIMSON COMET 33 Sr. Sign Co. 33 German Club 1. PATTY DAVIS: Jr. Concessions 23 C.H.O. 2, 33 Tri-Hi-Y 23 VICA 2, 33 Spanish Club 13 Science Club 13 Ice Skating Club. PEGGY DAVIS: Honor Society 2, 33 Jr. Concessions 23 C.H.O. 2, 33 Tri-Hi-Y 23 VICA 2, 33 Spanish Club 13 Science Club 13 Ice Skating Club 3. THOMAS DAVIS: Cneerblock 13 Related D.E. 2,3 MIKE DEMPSEY: Cneerblock 1 , 2, 33 Hall Monitor 23 Chess Club 1, 2, 33 Pep Band 1, 2, 33 Concert Band 1, 2, 33 Symphonic Band 1, 2, 3. FRANCES DENECI-IO: O.E.I.A, 3. MARY DENNY: F.H.A. 1, 2, 3. JEANNE DINGLER: Student Store 23 O.E.I.A. 33 Tri-Hi-Y 13 R.T. 1, 2, 33 Business Club 1,23 G.A.A, 13 Elston Bowl 23 Data Processing Messenger2. DAVID DOBKINS KIM DOLSON: Honor Society 2, 33 Jr. Concessions 23 Homecoming 33 Ski Club 33 R.T. 1, 2, 3. Of Completing Studies . . . ffgs- .wt Me v-5 J i 5? I A S RANDY DOMPKE: Steering Comm. 13 Jr. Prom 23 CheerblOCk13 Hi-Y Ii Soph. Party 13 Related DE. 23 3. KEVIN DONALDSON KIMBERLY DOWNEY: Student Store 33 Jr. Prom 23 Spanish Club 2, 3. KASETTA DRAKE: St. Council 13 23 Jr. Prom 23 Tri-Hi-Y 13 23 Soph. Party 13 R.T. 13 23 Human Relations 1323 33 GAA. 1, HOSEMAHY ECKWOOD CINDY EDLING: Honor Society 2, 33 Homecoming 33 St, Council 23 Girls' State 23 Jr. Concessions 23 Jr. Prom 23 R.T. 13 23 33 Spanish Club 13 23 Ski Club 13 2, 33 Cheerleader 13 3. MICHAEL EDLING: Swim Team 33 Ski Club 3 GWENDOLYN EDWARDS JIM EDWARDS: Steering Comm. 23 Hail Monitor 23 Basketball Team 3. COLLEEN EISELE SUE ELDRIDGE: Steering Comm. 13 St. Council 13 Canteen 23Tri-Hi-Y 13 23 Soph. Party 13 R.T. 13 2. FAYE ELLIS JOHN ELSE: Swim Team 1 3 Usher 23 Boys Golf Team 1 3 23 3. JODY EPSTEIN: Homecoming 33 Jr. Concessions 23 Tri-Hi-Y 13 Spanish Club 23 R.T. 13 23 33 Swim Team 13 23 Ski Club 13 23 33 Cheerleader 13 3. NANCY ERICSON: Homecoming 23 33 Jr. Concessions 23 ELSTONIAN 33 Spanish Club 13 23Tri-Hi-Y 13 23 Jr. Prom 23 R.T. 1,23 33 Ski Club 13 23 33 Swim Team Timer 13 ROSANNE ESPAR: Honor Society 23 33 Steering Comm. 33 Homecoming 33 Jr. Concessions 23 Jr. Prom 23 R.T. 1323 33 Red Devilettes 33 Swim Team Timers 23 33 Spanish Club 1 3 23 Concert Band 13 23 3. 36 Seniors Planning The Future Of Elston BONNIE EVERLY CHARLES FAIRCHILD MICHAEL FINGER: Ushers I 5 All School Play 35 Jr. Prom 25 Ski Club 2, 35 Media Center 2. FAITH FLEMING ALFRED FLORIO: Honor Society 2, 35 Steering Comm. 35 Jr. Concessions 25 German Club I , 25 Science Club 1 , 2, 35 Computer Club 25 Track Team 2. RICKY FOSTER DEBORAH FRALEY DANIEL FRANKS: Steering Comm, I, 25 Cheerblock 35 Cycle Club 1. PAUL FREEL LINDA FRIES: Human Relations I 5 Ice Skating Club 15 Business Club I 5 Ski Club I 5 Chorus 2, 35 FHA I. PAULA FRY: AVA I. KEN GARDNER: Honor Society 2, 3: Jr. Concessions 25 Hi-Y 35 Sr. Sign Co. 35 Exploratory Tchg. 35 Earth Club 35 Spanish Club I , 2, 35 Track Team 35 Bowling Club 2, 35 Ski Club 3. PHILIP GELESKE: Steering Comm. 35 All School Musical 2, 35 All School Play 35 Media Center 2, 35 Concert Band I , 2, 35 Pep Band I , 2, 35 Swing Choir I , 2, 35 Jazz-Rock Band 2, 3. JOHN GOGGINS: Ushers I, 25 French Club I5 Swim Team 1, MARY GOODLOE KAREN GREGORY uw' 'KK I 'WM 52.-aa.......... DAVID GUNDERSON: Jr, Concessions 2, Che-erblock 2, French Club 1, Wrestling Team 1, Ski Club 1 , 2, LIONEL HALES: Wrestling Team 2, 3. DAVID HANIERSHOCK ALAN HECKENDORN: Jr. Concessions 23 Cheerblock 33 Jr. Prom 2, French Club 1, Bowling Club 1. PAMELA HENN: Dahlites 2. MERLE HENSELL:Cneerblock1g l.C.T. 3, VICA 3. JON HILBERG: Honor Socie2, 3, Alt. Boys' State 2g Crblock 1 , 2, 3g Musical 2, Jr, Prom 2, Tennis Team 1, Tennis Club 1, 23 Pep Band 1, 2, 3g Symphonic Band 1, 2, 3, Jazz Rock Band 3. CATHY HILLS: Jr. Prom 2, Human Relations Play. BLAKE HISCOX: Elston Bowl 1, 2, BLANE HISCOX ROBERT HOCTOR: Football Team 1, 2, 33 Ski Club 1 , 2, 3. WILLIAM HOGG: Pep Band 3, Concert Band 3. Karl Schmitt, LaPorte raid. Seniors 37 38 Seniors DOROTHY HOLDA: Jr. Concessions 2, ELSTONIAN 2, Musical 2, 3, Swim Team Timers 1, 3, German Club 1 , Usher For School Play 1, 2, 3, Elston Bowl 1, 2, 3. ROBERT HOLMES: Steering Comm. 2, 3, Student Council 3, Cheerblock 1 , 2, 3, Jr. Play 2, Jr. Prom 2, French Club 1 , 2, 3, Track Team 1, Tennis Team 1, 2, 3. KIMBERLY HOSNA JOY HUNT: C.H,O, 2, 3, Trl-Hi-Y 2, R.T. 1, 2, 3, VICA 2, 3, Swim Team Timers 1, Tennis Club 1. MARY HUNT: Steering Comm. 1, 3, Soph. Party 1, Office Messengers 3: German Club 1,Tri-Hi-Y 1, 2, 3, Jr. Prom 2, R.T. 1, 2, 3. TIM HYER: l.C.T. 3, Ski Club 1 , 2, 3. JERRY JACKSON: I,C.T. 3, Hi-Y 3, Jr. Prom 2, Ski Club 2, 3. DEAN JACOBSON: Jr. Concessions 2, ELSTONIAN 1, 2, 3, Jr. Prom 2, Ski Club 1, 2, Boys Golf Team 1, 2. CONNIE JASNIEVVSKIZ Steering Comm. 2, Tri-Hi-Y 1, 2, Sr. Sign CO. 3, RT 1, 2, 3. JERRY JIRTLE MARY JOHN TONY JOHNS: St. Council 1, 2, Basketball Team 1, 2, Football Team 1, 2, 3. ALBERT JOHNSON: Hall Monitor 2, Basketball Team 1, 2, 3. CAROL JOHNSON: COE 3. GEORGE JOHNSON: VICA 3, Football Team 2, 3, Basketball Team 1 , 2, 3, MARTI JOHNSON: Steering Comm. 2, Canteen 2, R.T. 2, 3, Hall Monitor 1. me '41 if W, Qt. 1, if Struggling Together, Striving ,X 4 TIMOTHY JOHNSON: Cheerblock 2, 3, All School Musical 2, 3, All School Play 2, Run For Fun Club 2, Track Team 1, Cross Country Team 2, A Capella 3, Swing Choir 3. GAYLE JONES1 Steering Comm. 1, 2, 3, St. Council 1, 2, Jr. Concessions 2, Jr, Prom 2, R.T. 1, 2, 3, Swim Team Timers 1, 2, 3, Track Team 1, Ski Club 1, 2, 3, Concert Band 1, 2, 3, Cheerleading 1, 3. KAREN KAISER: Canteen 2, Business Club 1, Tri-Hi-Y 1, 2. DENNIS KEENEY DARRYL KELLEY: A Capella 1, 2, Basketball Team 1, 2, 3, VICTORIA KELLOGG HENRY KELTZ: Jr. Concessions 2, ELSTONIAN 2, 3, Swim Team 1, Concert Band 1. JAMES KENT: Basketball Team 3. DIANA KIEFFER: Jr. Concessions 2, Tri-Hi-Y 1, 2, CRIMSON COMET 3, Soph. Party 1, Exploratory Tchg, 3, Spanish Club 1, GAA, 1, Bowling Club 2. DEBBIE KINER KRISTY KlNGSLEYi Jr. Concessions 2, Counselors Ass't 2, RT, 1, 2, Human Relations 1, 2, Tri-l-li-Y 1, 2, Spanish Club 1, Bowling Club 1, SUSAN KLAMMES Dennis Saffer, Teri Macalka. Seniors 39 40 Seniors CAROL KNIOLA: Honor Society 2, 33 C.H.O. 2, 33 Tri-Hi-Y 1 , 23 VICA 2, 33 R.T. 1, 2, 33 G,A.A. 13 Girls Volleyball 1. TIMOTHY KOHN DEBORAH KRAUSE: German Club 2, 33 Art Club 13 French Club 33 Business Club 1. KEVIN LAMM MARY LEEDY: Red Devilettes 2, C.O.E, 33 FHA. I. SANDRA LEONARD: R.T. 2, 33 Girls Basketball 2, 33 Girls Volleyball 3. KRISTINE LEWIS: C.O,E. 33 Office Messengers 23 Tri-I-li-Y 1, 23 RT. 1, 2, 33 GAA. 1, LAURA LISAK: Steering Comm. 1, 23 Counselors Ass't 23 RT, 1, 23 Soph. Party 13 Spanish Club 1 , 2. MICHAEL LOVVRY TIMOTHY LUCHENE THOMAS LUKASIK: Steering Comm. 1 , 23 Soph. Class Pres. 13 Jr. Class Pres. 23 Sr, Class Vice Pres. 3. MARY LYNCH KATHY LYNESS: Sr. Sign Co. 33 All School Musical 1, 2, 33 Jr. Prom 23 RT. 1, 2, 33 German Club 1 , 2, 33 Red Devilettes 2, 3. DOROTHY MCCLANEZ Chorus 2. PRINCELLA MCCOLLOUGH: Student Council Rep. 23 A Capella 1 , 23 Jr. Concessions 23 St. Council 2. DUNCAN McCOLLUM: Cheerblock 33 Jr. Concessions 23 German Club 33 Run For Fun Club 23 Science Club 1, 2, 33 Track Team 1, 2, 33 Ski Club 1 , 2, 33 Cross Country Team 2. W 1 jf! .... Y ,QW f . f-was N" 46' at ,5 yds: L , sgff t 5 ' R or 'Q 4 1:1 ff , 4 :ga 4 :J 'FQ 2 , :. ' "f . 1' fs 1. . V 1.1: . . 9 f 4 I f W . I rf'-fx-f , Q Through Smiles And Tears, .LA . 1,3 Q L ube ? , V- N flu? .I I lf? ' fr' ' r-'ffm' .yi ,if 'ti .' f Q... 9 li it ' I 5 . H . iw'- .. , , J Lifrlis' I I all f f!V "?'2i'if ' . XII 'r' :M f- VV' ll' 7 4 4 " 1 w, K E F !'fgTgW'i fy if 4 X Ii W' " To Achieve A Final Goal 'il .g ,W CATHLEEN MCCONNELL: Honor Society 2 3, Jr. Concessions 2, Ski Club 2, 3, Office Messengers 3, Girls Volleyball 2, ELSTONIAN 3, R.T. 1, 2, 3, Spanish Club 1, 2. KATHLEEN MCCORMICK: Ski Club 3, Sr. Sign Co. 3, Spanish Club 2, Bowling Club 1, Concert Band 1, 2. BARBARA MCDUFFY GARY MCKAYI Sl. Council 1 , Ski Club 1 , 2, 3. PAMELA McKEE: German Club 13 Counselor'sAss't 2, R.T. 1, 2, 3, Concert Band 1, 2. RICHARD MCKINNEY: St. Council 1, 2, Science Club 2, Media Center 3, Wrestling Team 2, Bowling Club 1, 2, 3. CATHY MCLACHLAN: Trl-Hi-Y 1, 2, Jr. Prom 2, Sr. Sign Co. 1, 2, R.T. 1, 2, 3. DEBBIE MCLEAN: Ice Skating Club 3, A Capella 3, Chorus 3. TERESA MACALKA: Steering Comm. 3, St. Council 3, CRIMSON COMET 2, 3, Spanish Club 1, 2, G.A.A. 1, 2, 3, Girls Basketball 2, 3, Girls Volleyball 1, 3. THOMAS MAKSYAN: Related DE. 2. RANDALL MAKIK: Cheerblock 1, 2, Business Club 2, 3, Swing Choir 1, 2, Track Team 2, 3, Wrestling Team 1, 2, 3, Prom Comm. 1. TERESA MALIK: FHA 1, 2, CHO 2, VICA 2, Homecoming 2. DONNA MANSKE: Business Club 2, FHA 2, 3. GRETA MAYO: Cheerleader 2. WEBSTER MEANS: Football Team 1, 2. NANCY MERSHON: Honor Society 2, 3, Steering Comm. 2, Girls' State 2, All School Musical 2, 3, Earth Club 2, 3, Red Devilettes 2, 3, Ice Skating Club 2, 3, German Club 1, 2, 3, Ski Club 1, 2, 3: Concert Band 1, 2, 3. Seniors 41 42 Seniors And When All Their Tears Had Been Shed . . . MELVlN METCALF DEAN MlCHAELS: Cheerblock 1, 2, Hall Monitor 2, l-li-Y 1 , 2, 3, Jr. Prom 2, Basketball Team 1, Baseball 1, 2, Ski Club 2, 3, Steering Comm. 2, 3, St, Council 2, 3. WESTON MILLER: Che-erblock 3, Jr. Concessions 2, Science Club 2, 3, Slide Rule Club 1, Run For Fun Club 2, 3, Track Team 1, 2, 3, Cross Country Team 3. GLADYS MILSAPZ Fl-lA1. MICHAEL MISCIK: Bowling Club 3. DAVID MOKRYCKI ERIN MOLDEN: Dahlite 1, 2, Jr. Concessions 2, R.T. 1, 2, 3, Exploratory Tchg. 3. DONALD MONTGOMERY: Pep Band 2, 3, Concert Band 1, 2, 3. REBECCA MONTOYA: Spanish Club 2, Office Messengers 2. CYNTHIA MORFORD: Elston Bowl 1, 2, 3, Exploratory Tchg, 3. DANNY MORGAN JAMES MORSE: Cheerblock 3, Jr. Concessions 2, Spanish Club 1, 2, 3, Math Club 3, Boys Golf Team 1 , 2, 3, Ski Club 3. W 5 S '15 'M 1524 iff., , FN I 1-4, gg 1 ,M Mx' 3180... lik 41 Q. . 5. r" L 3' ,f asi- . 'ef Q .. I L.....ni NORINE MUCKVVAY DAVID MULL: HonorSociety 2, 35 Jr. Concessions 25 CRIMSON COMET 35 Jr. Prom 25 French Club 1 , 35 Slide Rule Club 25 Track Team 2, 35 Football Team 35 Chess Chess Club 1 . CHRISTOPHER NAGEL: Audio-Visual Club 3. CAROL NAZIMEK: Honor Society 2, 35 Jr. Concessions 25 Spanish Club 15 Science Club 2, 35 Slide Rule Club 15 GAA. 15 Elston Bowl 1, 2, 3. CATI-IY NAZIMEK: Honor Society 2, 35 Jr. Concessions 25 All School Musical 25 Spanish Club 15 Science Club 2, 35 Math Club 35 Media Center 25 Girls' Volleyball 15 Science Fair 2, 35 Elston Bowl 1, 2, 3. ROBERT NELIVIAR STEVEN NEULIEB: Cheerblock 1, 2, 35 Jr. Prom 25 Soph. Party 15 Slide Rule Club 15 Art Club 15 French Club 2. 53, in S5 55. .. 4 y,.,, at lyl W 4 5. . A ' 1 ilii 1 'l 5.1 5 'gel ..5i I . 2 BERNADETTE NICHOLS: Ushers 25 Red Devilettes 25 Soph. Party 15 R.T. 1, 2, 35 A Capella 2, 35 Chorus 1. CLAUDETTE NICHOLS LAWRENCE NICHOLS MICHELLE NICHOLS: CRIMSON COMET 3: Counselor'sAss't 1, 25 All School Musical 1, 2, 35 R.T. 1, 2, 35 Earth Club 15 German Club 1, 2, 35 Science Club 25 Slide Rule Club 25 Ski Club 35 Lab Assistant 3. LORI NOVVFEL: O.E,I.A. 33 Tri-Hi-Y 1, 2. CINDY OSOS: Sl. Store 25 Earth Club 35 Jr. Concessions 25 Tri-Hi-Y 2. , ,I" ' RONNIE PARKER: Hall Monitor 1, 25 l-li-Y 1, 25 Chorus 1, DOUG PAVVLOSKI: Soph. Party 15 DECA Club Pres. 35 Related DE. 2, 35 l-li-Y 1. ANTOINETTE NICHOLS: R.T. 1, 2, 3. Seniors 43 44 Seniors DON PELLEGRINI: Cheerblock 3, Baseball 1. IVIATTIE PERNELL VIVIAN PHILLIPS RYAN PIPER: Earth Club 33 German Club 3. ROMUALD POPLAVVSKI: French Club 3, Spanish Club 2, 3, Slide Rule Club 2, Track Team 1 g Tennis Team 2, 3, Bowling Club 1, Tennis Club 1. BEVERLY PORTER: Canteen 1, 2, Tri-Hi-Y 2, Exploratory Tchg. 33 R.T. 1, 2, 3, German Club 1 , 2, Concert Band 1, 2. LAURIE PORTER KENNETH POTEM PA LINDA POWELL: Steering Comm. 3, Homecoming 3, AVA 2, 3, Exploratory Tchg. 3, Art Club 1 g Bowling Club 1, 33 Chorus 1, LORI POVVERS: Counselor's Ass't 2, Tri-Hi-Y MALINDA PROLL: A B J 'X I . K Orchestra 2. l,2,R.T.1,2. JOSEPH PRATT CONNIE PRIES VA, Soph. Party 1, A A , Capella 1. SHARON OUILLEN PRISCILLA RATZELL: A Capella 2, Concert Band 1, 2, Swing Choir 2. JACK REED1Cbeerblock1,2, l.C.T.3,Hi-Y 1, VICA 3. Ll 2' . And All The Smiles Had Been Smiled ., 'V L. Randy Dompke MARY REEVES: O.E.l.A. 33 Musical 33 C.O.E. 33 Spanish Club 2, 33 Business Club 23 G,A.A. 1. KATHIE RICHARDSON: Jr. Concessions 23 Office Messengers 1, 23 R.T. 1, 23 Human Relations 1 , 23 Student Council 13 Bowling Club 1. JO ANN RILEY: Jr. Concessions 23 Office Messengers 23 CHO. 33 Tri-Hi-Y 23 Jr. Prom 23 R.T. 1, 2, 33 VlCA33 Business Club 1. ROBERT ROGERS KAY RLJSBOLDT: Honor Society 2, 33 Homecoming 33 Student Council 2, 33 Jr. Concessions 23 Tri-Hi-Y 23 Jr. Prom 23 Swim Team Timers 23 Spanish Club 23 Ski Club 33 Girls' Volleyball 2. LYNN SABO: Honor Society 2, 33 Homecoming 33 Office Messengers 2, 33 Tri-Hi-Y 1, 23 Red Devilettes 1 , 23 Rel. D. E. 2, 33 Business Club 13 Ski Club 23 Concert Band 1, 2. DENNIS SAFFER: Steering Com. 2,33 Student Council 1, 2, 33 Senior Class President 33 CRIMSON COMET 33 Senior Sign Co. 33 Musical 1, 2, 33 Jr. Prom 23 A Capella 1, 2, 33 Pep Band 1, 2, 33 Concert Band 1 , 2, 3. JAMES SCHAAF: Cheerblock 13 Track Team lg VICA 33 l.C.T, 33 Jr. Concessions 2. LENORE SCHAEFFER: Honor Society 2, 33 Jr. Concessions 23 O.E.l.A. 33 Swim Team Timer 2, 33 R,T. 1, 2, 33 Spanish Club 1, 23 Tri-l-li-Y 23 Concert Band 1, 2. ELAINE SCHLAAK: Tri-Hi-Y 1, 23 Jr. Concessions 23 Honor Society 2, 33 Steering Comm. 13 C.H.O. 2, 33 Jr. Prom 23 R,T. 1, 2, 33 VICA 2, 33 Ski Club 23 Spanish Club 2. CLARA SCHMALBERGER: St. Store 23 Sr. Sign Co. 33 Slide Rule Club 1 3 GAA. 13 Spanish Club 1 , 2. ANDREW SCHMIDT: Ski Club 1 , 2, 33 Jr. Prom 23 Honor Society 2, 33 Hi-Y 33 Football Team 1, 2, 3. Seniors 45 46 Seniors JEANIE SCHMITT: Honor Society 2, 33 Office Messengers 1, 23 Swim Team Timers 1 , 2, 33 German Club 1, 2. KARL SCHMITT: Steering Comm. 33 Cheerblock 33 Hall Monitor 33 German Club 1 , 23 Boys' Golf Team 1 , 2, 33 Bowling Club 1. BEVERLY SCHOLL: Steering Comm, 33 Homecoming 2, 33 Student Council 33 Jr. Concessions 23 Office Messengers 23 ELSTONIAN 33 Jr. Prom 23 R.T. 1, 2, 33 German Club 1, 23 Ski Club 1, 2, 3, PAUL SCHOOF1 Football 1, 2, 33 Cheerblock 2, 3. PAULA SCHOOF: Steering Comm. 2, Canteen 1 3 Tri-Hi-Y 1, 23 Jr. Prom 23 Exploratory Tchg. 33 RT. 2, 33 Spanish Club 1, 2, 33 Media Center 23 Ski Club 23 Girls' Volleyball 1. ANN SCHOONAERT CINDY SCHROEDER: Steering Comm. 1' Canteen 1 , 23 Jr. Concessions 23 Tri-Hi-Y1 23 Jr. Prom 23 Soph. Party 13 Rel. D.E. 2, 3. MARSHA SCHULTZ: Office Messengers 33 l.C.T, 33 VICA 33 Chorus 1. PATRICIA SHAGDAI: Honor Society 1, 23 Girls' State Alternate 23 DAR, Award 33 Jr. Concessions 23 Office Messengers 23 O.E.l.A. 33 Tri-Hi-Y 1, 23 Jr. Prom 23 R.T. 1 , 2, 33 Girls' Golf Team 2, 3. KATHLEEN SHAIA: Steering Comm. '13 Student Council 13 Canteen 23 Tri-Hi-Y 33 Jr. Prom 23 Soph. Party 13 RT. 3.1 DENNIS SHEPPARD: Steering Comm. 1, 2' Cheerblock 1, 2, 33 Jr. Prom 2. LORI SIEGMUND: Honor Society 2, 33 I Homecoming 33 Dahlites 2, 33 ELSTONIAN 33 Tri-Hi-Y 1 , 23 R. T. 1, 2, 33 Spanish Club 2, 33 Exchange Student 2. , DAVID SIPES: Steering Comm. 1, 2, 33 Student Council 33 Science Seminar 1, 23 AVA 33 Sr. Sign Co. 33 Soph, Party 13 Pep Session Club 33 French DIANE SIEBERT l am Club1,3.3 PAT SKONIECZNY: Steering Comm. 2, 33 Jr. Concessions3 ELSTONIAN 33 Tri-Hi-Y 13 Jr. Prom 23 RT. 1, 2, 33 Earth Club 33 Swim Team Manager 23 Tennis Team 3. PHIL SKVVIAT: Cheerblock 33 Hall Monitor 33 Hi-Y- 2, 3. Rl OEVOE SLISHER: Honor Society 2, 33 Musical 2, 33 All School Play 2, 33 Spanish Club 23 Slide Rule Club 13 Media Center 1, 2, 33 Pep Band 2, 3, Concert Band I, 2, 3, MARY SMELTZER: O.E.l.A. 3. SUZANNE SMIDT: Homecoming 33 St. Council 1,23 Steering Comm. 1,2, 33 Jr. Office Messengers 1 , 23 Jr. Play 23 Tri-Hi-Y 1 , 2, 33 Sr. Sign Co. 33 Jr, Prom 23 R.T. 1, 2, 33 French Club 1, 2, 3. ANNIE SMITH CAROLYN SMITH: Related D.E. 2, 3: DECA Club 2, 33 Bowling Club 1, 2, GRETCHEN SMITH: Soph. Party 13 Steering Comm. 23 Jr. Prom 23 Office Messengers 1, 23 Human Relations 1, 23 C.O.E. 33 FHA 1, 23 Spanish Club 23 Business Club 1, 2. JANET SMITH: R.T. 13 Jr. Prom 23 Cheerleader 1. KENNETH SMITH: Spanish Club 1 , 23 Boys' State 23 Track Team 1, 23 Cross Country Team 1 , 2, 33 Basketball Team 1, 2, 3. LISSA SMITH: Homecoming 33 Honor Society 2, 33 Canteen 13 Jr. Prom 23 St. Store 23 Jr. Concessions 23 Ski Club 33 ELSTONIAN 33 R.T. 1, 2, 33 German Club 1, 3. ROBERT SMITH SUSAN SMITH: Honor Society 2, 33 St. Store 23 Jr. Concessions 23 C.H.O. 33 VICA 33 Track Timers 2, 33 Spanish Club 2,33 Science Club 2,33 Slide Rule Club 23 G.A.A. 1. LORI SPANG: Canteen 23 Office Messengers 1,23 Jr. Prom 23 DECA Club 2, 3. LAURA STACHOWSKI: Art Club 13 Honor Society 2, 33 CRIMSON COMET 33 Exploratory Tchg. 33 Science Club 2. MARGARET STARK: Jr. Prom 23 Ski Club 2, 33 Steering Comm. 33 Office Messengers 33 R.T. 1, 2, 33 German Club 1 , 23 Tennis Team 2, 33 Tennis Club 1 , 2, 33 Concert Band 1 , 2, 3. KAREN STERCHI: Earth Club 2, 33 Honor Society 2, 33 All School Musical 1 , 2, 33 French Club 1, 33 Ski Club 1, 2, 33 Science Club 2, 33 Swing Choir 2, 33 All School Play 23 A Capella 1, 2, 33 Orchestra 2. KATY STEWART: Tri-Hi-Y 23 Spanish Club 13 Counselors Ass't 23 Jr. Prom 23 Ski Club 1, 2, 3. Seniors 47 SHARON STOREY: Canteen 23 Jr Prom 23 Tri-Hi-Y 1, 23 Soph. Party 1 RT. 1, 2, 3, er, sign co. 3. EDWARD SUMMERS: Elston Bowl 23 Ski Club 1 , 2, 33 Track Team 13 Math Club 13 ComputerCIub 1, 23 Science Club 1, 2, 33 ELSTONIAN 1, 2, 33 HonorSoclety 2,33 DAR. Award 3. DAVID SURFACE: Track Team 23 Basketball Team 1, 2, 33 Football Team 1, 2, 33 Baseball 1. NANCY SURSA: C.H.O. 2, 33 VICA 2, 3. RICHARD SWISTEK: Cheerblock 33 Football Team 3. EDWARD SZALAJ KO DAVID TARTAL SANDRA TEASLEY MARION TENNISON C O E 3 RICHARD THOMPSON lce Skating Club 3 Hall Monitor 1 , 2, 33 Track Team 1 Tennis Team 2 3 Concert Band 3, A Capella 1 2 3 Pep Band 3 NANCY TOOLE Related D E 3 EDWARD TROJAN HonorSociety2 3 Steering Comm 1 1 It Was Time To Move On . if ' 1 .. arta . 7.11 if ' hhk KIL: Mike Edling, COLLETTE TURNER: Chorus 1. MICHAEL TYLER ANDY VAIL THOMAS VAN ETTEN: Cneerblock 2, 33 Wrestling Team 1 , 2, 3. TRINA VAN GIESON: All-School Musical'3g R.T. 1 , 2, 3, Chorus 1, A Capella 2, 3, Swing Choir 2. JOAN VANKOSKI RALPH VAUGHN ROBERT VVAGNER: Cheerblock 1, Soph. Party 1 5 Hi-Y 2, 3, Related D.E. 25 Cross Country Team 2, 3. GAll. WANDREY: Business Club 2g G.A.A, 1 Girls' Volleyball 1, Honor Society 2, 35 CRIMSON COMET 2, 3, C,O,E, 3. SHARON WANTLAND: Steering Comm. 2, 3 CRIMSON COMET 3, Jr. Prom 2, Soph, Party 13 RT. 1, 2, 3: Concert Band 1, 2, Symphonic Band 1, 25 Cheerleader 1, 2, 3. FRED WEBSTER MARK WEBBER: Hi-Y 1, 2, 3, Cross Country Team 3, Basketball Team 1, 2, 3, Baseball 1, 2, 3, Seniors 49 50 Seniors MARK WERNER: Hall Monitor 23 Ushers 1, 2, 33 Jr. Prom 23 Soph. Party 23 Wrestling Team 1. MARY WEST: Honor Society 2,33 Jr. Concessions 23 ELSTONIAN 33 Musical 1, 2, 33 Earth Club 2, 33 German Club 1, 2, 33 Science Club 1 , 2, 3: Ski Club 1 , 2, 33 A Capella 1, 23 Swing Choir 1, 2, 3. SCOTT WESTPHAL DEBORAH WHITAKER DALE WHITE: Bowling Club 13 Cycle Club 1. PAUL WHITELEY BRAD WHITMORE: Honor Society 2,33 ELSTONIAN 33 Wrestling Team 23 Ski Club 23 Pep Band 1 3 2, 33 Concert Band 1 , 2, 33 Elston Bowl 2. DRUSILLA WILSON: Steering Comm. 33 Dahlites 2, 33 Jr. Concessions 23 Jr. Play 23 Soph. Party 13 R.T. 2, 33 Human Relations 2. SUSAN WING: Jr. Concessions 23 Tri-Hi-Y 1, 23 Senior Sign Co. 33 Jr. Prom 23 R.T. 1, 2,31 Spanish Club 2, 33 Ski Club 33 Tennis Club 1. STEVEN WISEMAN: Jr, Prom 23 Football 1323 3. JACQUELINE WEISNER MARTIN WOJASINSKI CHRISTINE WOLFE TERRY WOLFE JUDY WOLFORD WILLIAM WOLOD: Steering Comm. 3. PAT WOLTER: Hi-Y 13 Jr, Prom 23 Rel. DE. 2, 3. TERRY WOLTER TOM WOOD TIM WOOD: Track Timers 1. Carr On. . . NOHA VVAZNI Messengers 13 Tri-Hi Y 13 Soph, Party 13 H T. 1, 2, 33 COE. 33 Business Club 23 G.A,A.1. ,KTA JAMES ZAWACKIZ Cheerblock 1 VlCA 33 Tennis Team 1, 2, 33 Swim Team 1,23 Tennis Club 1, CARLEEN ZILSKE: Homecoming Prom 23 Tri-Hi-Y 1, 23 Sr. Sign Co of All-School Musical 1,23 C.O.E. 33 A Soph. Party 13 Fi.T, 1, 2, 33 Media L ' Center 23 Girls' Volleyball 2. Eh ZFX' MARY VVOZNIAKZ Dahlltes 23 Office RONALD WROBLEWSKI: Cheerblock 1, 2, 33 Steering Comm. 1,23 Jr. Play 23 Soph. Party 13 Spanish Club 13 Elston Bowl 2, 3. LINDA YORKEY: Homecoming 33 Jr. Concessions 23 CRIMSON COMET 2, 33 Jr. Prom 23 Soph. Party 13lce Skating Club 33 Ski Club 3. LAUHIE YOUNG: Canteen 1, 2, 33 All- School Musical 2, 33 RT. 1 , 2, 3' French Club 1 , 23 A Capella 23 Chorus 1 3 33 Swing Choir 2, 3. ,2, 39 3gJr. 3: 3, Seniors Not Pictured Larry Aldridge, Diane Andrews, Terry Armstrong, Tom Berry, John Carroll, Joseph Coyle, David Dobkins, Gary Downey, Terry Dunne, Darlene Evans, Cindy Everetts, James Ferrell, Eugene Fields, Michael Fleming, James Gillette, John Goggins, Fiussell Gooden, Michael Grattenthaler, Lisbeth Gray, Dennis Hood, Ma Hue Huang, Mark Krieghbaum, Milton McGuire, Robert Meyer, Dale Miller, Timothy Piecuch, Christine Flichmond, Claudette Ftoberts, Chris Samsel, Sean Shoyer, Diane Siegel, Perry Smith, Karl Stewart, Mary Tillman, Zeggory Thompkins, David Thompson, Timothy Turner, Frank Vankirk, Gregory Wallen, Judy West, David Wiles, H. Samuel Willis, Mary Woodruff. 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"' , -+-" M ,.f" .' . ".- " .."' -. ,A -"'5Q?.P 54 Academics Labs, lectures, and demonstrations are just a tevv ofthe activities ofthe science department. ln Physical Science, students gained practical Knovvledge ofthe world around them through lectures and visual presentations. Chemistry classes vvere designed to give students an insight into the vvorld of chemical sciences, This vvas accomplished through a series of experiments, movies, and demonstrations. The physics course taught the hows and vvhys ot diversified fields of science such as electronics, motion, and nuclear physics. Advanced Science vvas a combination ot advanced biology and chemistry. The college level course consisted of lab exercises and student- teacher discussions, along vvith individual vvork on the part of the students. Scientists Learn Through Laboratory Experiments W i' , 2,31 .l A . ,, my ali iifrl W J," r 1 ffl-,,,..lfi,A ff ,i if S ,,, ,, M ' i"' ' W f A""4'--. mam-.AM --...sm 35' Starting Left, Clockvvise: Dispersion of water on a solid suriace. KarIScnmit1, Advanced Science. Alex Armour, Advanced Science, Dave Rumsey, Physics. Brad Whitmore, Advanced Science. Academics 55 Vocational Classes Prepare Students For Future For the second consecutive year, Mr. l3rammel's building classes built a house in the country. They put forth a lot of time and hard work, and upon completion they planned to sell it. Auto trades classes learned to repair cars, doing such jobs as tune-ups, and brake jobs. Other vocational classes offered were power mechanics, machine shop, vocational electricity, graphic arts, welding, aviation flight and mechanical and architectural drawing. The goal of these classes was to teach the student a trade he could pursue after graduation. Starling Below, Clockvvise Building Class' house. Jeff Harris, Auto Shop. Doug Khiola, Bill Esslihg, Wood Shop. Jim Morlah,Au1o Shop. Doug Goddis, David Farmer Power Mechanics. Roy Woodard, Blueprints. Slade Edling, Wood Shop. 58 Academics Music Classes Echo Through Hallways Music classes afforded students the opportunity to learn to sing and sound better together as a group and to harmonize when it was needed, In Music Theory students were exposed to the composition and transposition of written music. Ear training taught the students to recognize intervals, notes, and pitch, and other musical devices. Starting Right, Clockwise: Bobby Foster, Music. Mrs. Brubeck, Teddy Green, Art I. Jody Epstein, Art I. Paper mache animals, Art I, Phil Geteske, Karen Sterchi, Dennis Saffer, composing melodies. Z' Artists Master Media ln art classes, students let their creativity run wild with materials such as clay, paper mache, fingerpaints, and watercolors at their disposal. As one ot the year's major projects, Elston and Rogers students got together and made a calendar illustrated with some of their best drawings and paintings. The profits made from their sales went to the purchase of more materials. Under the watchful eye of Mrs. Brubeck, students cultivated their artistic talents. V: K NNW' ut-W -vHUWagq,1.x 5 Math Department Adds Two To Two The math department took on a new look this year with several changes. Joining the staff were Mrs. l-legg, who taught trigfanalyt., geometry, and probability and statistics, and took over the job of department head. Also new was Mr. Tilden, teaching Alg. llftrig., calculus, and geometry. Here from previous years were Mr. Lockridge, teaching geometry and Algebra ll, and lvlr. Warner, who taught arithmetic, geometry, and Alg. l. SVR. "' Starting Left, Clockvvise: Paul Schomaker, Mr. Warner. Mr. Tildera. Student teacher, Brenda Tuomi. Tim Carroll. Mrs. Hegg. Joe Mellon, Academics 61 Business Classes Promote Efficiency Q14 3 A-4' Business classes helped students learn the essentials of success in the business vvorld. Typing l and ll taught students to type business letters, invoices, bills and other important forms. Shorthand made note-taking and dictation much quicker, while bookkeeping taught students to keep accurate records. Office machines familiarized classes with basic office equipment, and Business Law and Math helped students find the solution to deeper business problems. Starting Below, Clockwise Rosanne Espar, Typing II, Kim Kaletha, Accounting. June Casteel, Shorthand. Tom Natale, Typing I. Sue Werner, Typing II. Beth Aigner, Shorthand, 64 Academics Pilot Hopefuls Push To Leave Planet Earth ln aviation classes students learned the crucial steps of hovv to maneuver an airplane successfully. Through the marked knowledge of Mr. lVlcAnally, the rookie pilots were given instructions in the handling of a plane in difficult situations. Since it was impossible to gain actual flying experience in class each day, the flight simulator was used to practice altitude changes, flying over mountains, and also the landing of the aircraft. All in all it was an excellent beginning course for the future pilots. Starting Right, Clockwise: Kathy Papp, Ken Willard, Aviation. Mr. Croll, Driver's Ed. instructor. Driver's Ed. car. Ann Jasinski, Driver's Ed. Jeff Peckett, Mr. McAnally, examining wing structure. Q y.... . 1 2 9 .. .f ,gl . ij Pros In Traffic Arts Hit Highway 'rf 1 fi X QI . ,fm 'fi r f ii x,N Driver's Education classes prepared Grand Prix hopefuls for the rigors of handling an automobile in traffic. The department offered students experience in situations that commonly occur in everyday driving. ln addition, instruction was given on how to handle unusual circumstances and equipment, such as crash situations, driving a pick-up truck, pulling a trailer and stick shift driving. ln order to pass the course, the student had to parallel park, drive a standard transmission car, and handle a car in all traffic predicaments that were encountered during the course. f ,is V.. X - i Academics 65 P. El. Survives Growing Pains Last year's experimental Phased Elective English program came into full swing this year for all juniors and seniors. While sophomores continued with the usual full-year English program, the remaining students were able to choose a semester course from several offered. The courses were in three main categories: literature, composition, and communications, and ranged from study of The American Novel or Creative Writing to Theatre Appreciation or Mass Communications. The new program was popular with most students because they were able to choose a class in line with their own interests and abilities. l 3 66 Academics 2 Starting Below, Clockwise: Dave Pantil, Journalism. Scott l-larlib, Timmy Allen, Creative Writing, Mark Devero, Mrs. Scnovvalter, Shorter Fiction. Kim Watkins, English ll. Dave McGowan, Creative Writing. Tom Bauer, Snorter Fiction. Academics 67 68 Academics Starting Right, Clockwise: Susie Smidi, Terry Dunne, Mary West, European travelers. Mrs. Croft, Spanish, Jayne Keppen, Debbie Rux, German. Mrs. Obejas, Spanish. Peggy Stark, Lori Siegmund, Laura Cleveland, South American travelers. Mr. Hibbs, German. ew 'lu,., i. . D Lk" K 4 ,ff Classes Improve International Relations Students tried to widen their horizons through the Foreign Language Department, headed by lvlr. Hibbs. Along with increasing writing and speaking skills and comprehension of written material, students searched for a better understanding of historical and cultural facts about their respective countries. Mrs. Croft and Mrs. Obejas taught Spanish, while Mrs. Ganster taught French and German. lvlrs. Steinke also taught French, and Mr. l-libbs, in his last year at Elston, taught German. To the credit of both teachers and students in this department, several students competed and were chosen to participate in foreign travel and study programs last summer. Academics 69 CHO, ICT Seek Voc. Expertise Student vvork programs were once again included in the curriculum at Elston. Students were given the opportunity to earn money and at the same time pick up valuable experience in the career of their choice. The Community Health Organization placed students in health oriented jobs at hospitals around Michigan City. Industrial Cooperative Training worked together with private businesses to provide on the job training and experience in various vocational occupations. ...su k st -, . .Q i g .,f,, g J. 'fire - ...nm f 70 Academics Row One: S. Macalka, P. Davis, J. Riley, N. Sursa, N. Kniola, P. Davis, Mrs. Mills. How Two: D. Crabb, E. Schlaak, T. Koch, S. Smith, J. Trubee. Starting Above, Clockwise: Community Health Organization. Laura Steinke, ICT. Mr. Albert, ICT. Student at Marsh. Paula Schoot, student teacher. Erin Molden, student teacher. TX , 3 Q, Q f Students Explore Teaching Possibilities This year eight seniors from Elston participated in the Exploratory Teaching Program. Each student was assigned an elementary school where they went for two hours each day. They helped the teacher grade papers, made bulletin boards, sometimes taught class, and also helped out at recess. Through this program the students gained practical knowledge in the area ot teaching. Students taking part in the program were Erin Molden, Ken Gardner, Paula Schoof, Cindy Morford, Linda Powell, Diana Kieffer, Laura Stachowski, and Bev Porter. if fw 2 WJ! ? , , i t t is K ir gf, . .-, : I ,A sg -K -:E Y,kiWV 7 R L. Academics 71 fra --,MSI : ' 1 V ff.. if 1 ' .b 1 5 Q , G? :I G 2 ' " I' il A ,I K 1 U' V. riff k 72 Academics Starting Right, Clockwises Mr. Kerwin, Government. Dean Michaels, Government. Kim Downey, Karen Ste-rchi, Sue Smith, Romuaid Popiavvski, Government. Mr. Donognue, Greg Yeater, World History. Brad Black, Steve Burgess, Jeanne Womack, Mr. Bruemmer, Russ Averitt, Diane Grams, US. History. iv1r.Bruemmer, U.S. History. Wx g .rl fl it 4 J Social Studies Presents The Past it The Social Studies Department offered a wide variety of classes this year. World History traced the roots of our cultures from prehistoric times to the present. U.S. History gave the students a background of the events that have forged the United States as we know it today. Government classes taught the functions and structure of our governmental system along with outlining the systems of foreign governments. Sociology exposed the complexities of everyday life, encompassing such matters as divorce, marriage, premarital sex and the changes in our society. American Problems discussed the solutions to the difficulties confronting the people ofthe United States, and Economics focused on aspects ot the management of the national budget and the stock market. Academics 73 74 Academics QWQEQQQ .1 Home EC. Classes Cook Up Better Homemakers Home Ec. classes instructed girls in the ways and means of managing a home economically and efficiently. ln cooking classes girls acquired skills in preparing tasteful meals on a budget, while also learning the nutritional values of food. Each lunch hour a cafeteria-style meal was served to the members of our faculty. The lunch was prepared by the girls in the Commercial Foods class. Sewing courses were designed to teach students about textiles and simple or complex construction of clothes. In the spring a fashion show was conducted to display the girls' creations ofthe year. To prepare young ladies for family life, Design for Living classes touched on the aspects of raising children, family economics and decorating the home. 9. f Tw ,,.. . we ' r 'aw -'vw +11 .I ..,, .- , i , , i W 1 2 D Starting Below, Clockwise: Denise Snipp, Sewing. Mrs. Sparks, Mary Akers, Mary Eisele, Design for Living. Debbie Watson, Evelyn Williams, Cooking. Lynn Reeves, Sewing. Cris Alvarado, Cooking, Doreen Wahl, Sewing. . ni Academics 75 Health And Safety Classes Bare Body Secrets ln Health and Safety classes students learned about the body, mind, and safety. Topics covered in class were such things as body structure, bones, muscles, and bodily functions. Besides studying physical health, they also gained knowledge in the area of mental health by discussing repression, projection, and other related topics. Farther along in the year they learned about safety in the home and elsewhere. First aid was also included in the course. Starting Fright, Clockwise: Kevin Jankowski, Health !Safety. Sue Barr, gym and dance demonstration. Linda Collins, Dave Jarnutowski, gym. Girls' P.E., rhythm dancing. Mr. Croft, Health!Safety. ""-n-M-.,,,,..a, Gym Classes Go Co-Ed 6 Since VVomen's Lib is making changes in many areas, co-ed. in physical education is now quite a common thing. Along with the usual gymnastics, softball, volleyball, and basketball came the chance tor boys and girls to get together for dance classes in PE. Also girls had the chance to try ballet, and boys practiced marching to drills. Several juniors and seniors also gave an hour ot their free time to help Miss Taylor and Mr. Croll conduct their classes. Academics 77 Students And Teachers Study a 78 Academics Robert Aigner - Counselor 93. Patricia Brubeck - Art James Clevenger- Rel. lCT Voc. Ed, Marilyn Ambrose - Home Ec. Jack Apple -ICT Coordinator Kay Behrndt - Art Coordinator Maurice Biddle Voc Ed George Bowie - English, CRlMSON COMET Paul Brammell - Voc. Ed. Norman Bruemmer Social Studies Paul Byrd Counselor Paula Callaway - Language Joyce Castle - Counselor Mary Christy - Counselor Susan Colgrove - Business Philip Combs - Voc. Ed. Max Croft - l-l. !Saf., English Roberta Croft- Language . Jerry Croll - Dr, Ed., H,!Saf. Dennis Curtin - P. E., Social Studies :PD Keith Davis- Voc. Ed. Angela Felabom Orchestra Gilbert Dehne - Science Roger Donoghue - Social Studies lv, ,l 1 , James Dry - Rel, DE, Business Geraldine Dunlop - English Mildred Edling - Business Donald Evett - Science :H ' Qs: , N' A V' il! 1 Q. -s. ,iw ,s .me ,, f i-. f 1.,fl- Wri t ers. f fs, yn. ,, - ' ,it ..,k f K 1 gpg -fu , g V J, ., g,i:.i 5 Jeffrey Freitag Social Studies Ruth Galles Rel COE Business Irene Ganster - Language Donald Hans - H.!Saf., Dr, Ed. Velma Harrison - English Edward Hibbs - Language Stan Holdcraft - Media Kenneth Johns - Band Donita Jones - English Patrick Jones - H. fSaf., Dr. Ed, Mary Joseph English Anthony Kapetanovic - Voc. Ed. Academics 79 Maxine Meer Library Elbert Lockridge - Math Earl McAnaIly - Aviation, Voc, Ed. Newt Meer- Athletic Director Paul Michaels - H. !Saf., Dr, Ed. Alicia Obejas - Language James Keene - Voc. Ed. Ronald Kerwin - Social Studies Paul Laux - A. lA Coordinator Eloise Lee - Business Patrick Mark - English Joseph Martorano - Business Kenneth Presser - Math Coordinator David Quinn - Social Studies Arthur Rhoads - Social Studies Gordon Robison - Science Coordinator ff? 80 Academics Wallace Sacks - Voc, Ed. Eleanor Schwab - English, ELSTONIAN Martha Hegg Math The Art Of Survival William Schwab - Science Alice Smith - English Dorothy Sparks -- Home Ec. 562 Kenneth Shanks - Data Processing Jeannine Showalter - English Eulalah Smith - Library Richard Sparks - Business Anita Spencer- Business Barbara Steinke - Language Daniel Steinke - H. !Saf., Dr, Ed. Byron Tilden - Math Lewis Timberlake - Music Florene Troyer - Counselor Jack Warner - Math Shirley Wenger - Home Ec. Jean Wineiand - Nurse i L 5 1- 1- fi- ., v ' 21295125555 iiifllfgif K ' T ' -' fifulffg 3 'L 3'if'- ' iwlfqii .. I .,, 1 -25 . 220 -'lwszf f viii? aff " V K K flffsx .IL 9? a fp Robert Smith - Voc. Ed. Jacqueline Taylor - P. E. fmfim Academics 81 Lmmm ,.. s . 'fn' Ji 3 1' f 'X 14 'Wai' 0 .bn ., -X , ,WA ,f .- ' 1-9 "fs 4 f H " ' ' W' -Ilfffi ,I -xfglffyg-iz,-.. J - ...mea 1 W f Starting Above, Clockwise: Dr. Robert Raisor. Mr. James Wagner. Dr. Charles Fields. Harold Werdine, Sam Johns, Joseph LaRocco, Robert Frame, Dr. Robert Taub, Francis Morse, Dr. Charles Fields, Mr. James Wagner, Vee Ferguson, School Board. 82 Academucs Dr. Charles Fields, superintendent of the Michigan City Area Schools, has coordinated and guided the functions ofthe school system for the past four years. Assisting Dr. Fields in his duties are Dr. Robert Fiaisor, who is in charge of the econdary schools, and Mr. James Wagner, in charge of school finances. Another important part of the administration is the school board which handles the budget, general economic policy, and curriculum. t Academics 83 Principals And Secretaries Work For Well Balanced Program Our office staff was one of excellence. Mr. Jones has run our school for the past eleven years. Serving as assistants, Mr. Harbart and Mr. Adams took care of discipline matters. The secretaries were also of great importance. Mrs. Larson took care of paperwork, while Harriet battled with attendance. Mrs. Novak handled rentals and other money matters, and Mrs. Fisch served as receptionist to the counselors and office in general. Combining efforts, they managed to keep Elston running smoothly through another year. Z' 84 Academics A ,. N 2. , K I Starting Left, Clockwise: Mrs. Chapman, secretary. Mr. Jones, principal. Mrs. Novak, treasurer. Mr. Adams, assistant principal. Miss Harriet Wright, attendance. Mrs. Fisch, secretary. Mr. Harbart, assistant principal, Mrs. Larson, secretary. 5 .suits .44 ii f- t 5' 41 Academics 85 IUNICRS nf F ,M ,W-N W Nm ff Mx KX N . X vfvmw f j x K f pf, N X J HQ M Q ,ffl 2 X QQ ,WX L ,fr " V .. -' ,f . 'S '! JN Egg? 4 6 5' 2-V ,L a mfg Q 6 Qf'wl? QQ zf f WX 3 fy ' jx? 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'Lil -X Y' ff 5 J fT+ 5 EI ?12z.Q.: 1' ffm 5, Q 3 5 ,K rj 1 ' ' ' A ,J Q,f , ,WN ff 2mM fgg?WMM WWMW ' 6? ' x ,fli 'Mmm 5 9 lr n X Y Xxx 1 Y -is i Q Qfgjwk wif K K. , Wi ..,Nx'ff,-fygtiaj Lg, , -xgw 5 . 1 Q L .fi'E:3H ff fnfmwmgx ' P LEXARMQUR 88 Juniors luniors Stand Out The juniors of any school are at the core of most of its activities. As sophomores they were lost and uninformed. As seniors they will be tied up with important decisions, responsibilities and irregular schedules. But a junior class is needed to keep things lively and running smoothly. The class of '76 fulfilled this role. Some of their projects included junior concessions, representing the Great Pumpkin and planning and decorating for the prom. They proudly displayed their school loyalty by participating in red-and- vvhite days, pep sessions and the Squeeze. With the cooperation of class officers, junior steering committee, and student council representatives, many decisions were made. All told, many interesting moments might have been missed if not for the enthusiastic class of '76, I '35, M, ,W,V I . Ml j jt., i , ,jk Starting Above, Clockwises Junior Officers Nancy Wipperman, Phil Goldberg, Loretta Przybylinski, Jim Saturday. Sponsor Mrs. Brubeck. Sponsor Mr. Quinn. Steering Committee. STEERING COMMITTEE. Row One: L. Ellis, M. Ginther, M. Lau, D. Zeese, C, Alvarado, S. Macalka, T. Natale. Row Two: P. Wiegand, B. Harris, T. Carroll, J. Saturday, P. Goldberg, J. Santana. A gi Beth Aigner, Mary Akers, Victor Akers, Timothy Allen, Cristina Alvarado, Kathy Anderson. David Armstrong, Douglas Armstrong, John Ashley, Russell Averitt, David Baird, Reuben Balinao. Susan Bantz, Cynthia Barkow, Mickey Barnes, Wendell Barnes, Sylvia Barnett, Lorri Bauer, Thomas Bauer, Brenda Baugher, Susan Bazia, Mark Behrendt, David Beilfuss, Nancy Bell. Kevin Berk, Pamela Blege, Michael Bigda, Lynn Bixler, Brad Black, Carol Black. Timothy Black, Becky Blomberg, Bonnie Bock, Cathy Bohmer, Douglas Bolka, David Bootcheck. Carolyn Bowen, Scott Braddy, Anthony Branch Michael Brandon, Mark Brennan, Timothy Brindle. Linda Brovvn, Michael Brovvn, Margaret Bruner, Steve Burgess, Elizabeth Burnham, Julia Butzler. Carol Byrd, Victor Cain, Johnny Calvin, Noel Carlson, Timothy Carroll, Mary Carter. Pamela Carter, June Casteel, Cynthia Chambers, Paula Chelemengos, Richard Clark. Barbara Coffin. The C ass Of '76 Becomes More Organized Wade Cole, Reggie Collier, Clay Conley, William Cooney, Carole Cooper, Charles Cooper. Cynthia Cordray, Mark Costello, Partice Craft, Ronnie Crosby, Derrick Cross, Timothy Crozier. Dawn Dargis, Laura Davies, Jackie Davis, John Davis, Cheryl Dawson, Steven Debruyn. Sharon Degnegaard, Mark Devero, Thomas Devvitte, Julie Dombrovvsky, Abbe Driggs, Dawn Drzevviecki. Bill Durham, Darlene Dysard, Jett Eason, Murray Edvvarcls, Terry Eggers, Patricia Egle, Pamela Eldridge, Brent Ellis, Laura Ellis, Nancy Embree, Kenneth Emerick, William Ennols. T Kew im M, ,T M ggigl e 'QM an X fi L ,ffm J W ,Qi 'N Za were 5 - - , V. T' ' . I ' V , 'R K ,r f-ff1C'ri?Q5- 1, N 12 liken f l la- , W , ' 'wtf r My W M 'G r V E Num., gif' Laawyl .wa..'aA ,,,ta:,' V - W J b. aw "" . " - , 1 f .s,, F A ' N r ii Ci ,. f V Q' , .,,, , . 1 ,. 'Z ,,, . ff 3 mmm gr nu NYM ,.,,. - ,, -' , li Lf -kr, .w ,L E .+ L was is Q y 1 M i is -, 3 'Q 3' " ws, Q. is if 1 is E s ' if ii - J:-- ff: 1 . .fr -f Fi ...- . - 3' We - 1 ' Q. , i li i I -, L i Nr. - we 2 'Q if Q ai X if 'K Q N1 it N i y ,A , Wi l F, Q.. v f ,, . . W I ,gy --Q QS Q G .. Tiiifli W1 eat ,. N W i ,, . . m e , ,.1i ,, +QN i ef Q ' ef J Sexffif sl'?'l:E'6' ?' X .,..,, i ' 3 if f are-f - 'i - E7 - "1 Xk,A ii . i AS ,. x iii? X 5 Q. L7 R ,X Q l 4- . Bill Essling, Handy Fekete, Paul Fithian, Donna Fitzsimmons, Charlene Fleming, Sam Florio. Paul Foreman, Bobby Foster, Laura Francis, Mike Frederick. Ed Fritch, Becky Gabbert. Doug Gaddis, Larry Gasavvay. Karen Gast, Valerie Gazarkievvicz, Bill Geleske, Mark Ginther. Phil Goldberg, Lisa Gordon, Barb Grail, Mike Graham, Diane Grams, Jerry Gray, John Greene, Mark Gresla, Ed Griggs, Mike Grinston, Jeff Gronek, Karen Gunderson. Patricia Hammill, Judy Hampton, Scott Harlib, Cheryl Harrell, Brant Harris, Debbie Hart. Tony Hatchel, David Hawthorne, Mary Hensell, Vicki Hess, Becky Hills, Jackie Hobart, Kathy l-lock, Mona Howard, James Hudock, Louise Hull, Louise Jacobucci, Barb Jankowski. i Bandy Jarka, Mary Jaskievvicz, James Jesko, Carol Jesse, David L. Johnson, David Ft. Johnson, Pamela Johnson, Steven Johnston, Jeri Jones, Debra Jordan, Vincent Kaczrnarek, Laura Kann. Juniors 91 92 Juniors Linda Kahn, Kimberlee Kaletha, Debra Karm, Ronald Kayser, Timothy Keeler, Stephen Keen. Gene Keeney, Kimberley Kelley, Marlene Kelley, Margaret Kelly, Marjorie King, Lawrence Kintzele. Gregory Kmiecik, Pamela Koch, Todd Koch, Leslyn Kohn, Timothy Korn, Timothy Kowalski, Lynn Kraemer, Pamela Krause, Cynthia Krieger, Roberta Kubath, Katheryn Kuszmaul, John Lancaster. Nicholas Landers, Ronald Landtroop, Matthew Lau, Janet Lawson, Susan Leatherwood, Dianne Lee, Julienna Leman, Mark Levendoski, Lois Levine, Trudy Levine, Charles Lewis, Michael Liles. Randy Liles, Carlyn Lindborg, John Lindborg, Russell Lipsey, Sandra Litchlord, Rickey Littlejohn. Heidi Lohse, Jamie Long, Bruce Lowry, Rose McClane, Margaret McCrindle, Doris McGee. Patricia McGreagor, Robin McKay, Linda McKinney, Michael McNew, Sandy Macalka, H rim Patricia Mallardi. , 5 Charla Marks, Thomas Martin, John Meding, Teresa Meeks, Joseph Mellen, Brian Meyer. Gain Prestige In Elston Ranks Dave Bootcheck Dawn Michaels, Larry Miller, Teresa Miller, Ronnie Milner, Clarence Milsap, Carolyn Minshall. Leslie Mitchell, Margaret Mitchell, Joseph Moore, Mitchell Moore, Mary Morford, James Morlan. Jay Morris, Alan Moss, Michael Muckvvay, Mahmoud Mussa, Mohammed Mussa, Thomas Natale. Larry New, Donna Nieman, Margaret Nieman, Carolyn O'ConnelI, Darrell Odle, Jean Oelschlager. Kathryn Orlowski, Kathryn Ott, Timothy Pacholke, David Pantil, Kathleen Papp, Mary Papp. Melissa Paslaski, Jeffrey Peckat, Robert Pendergast, William Pendergast, Douglas Penfold, Jack Peters. Robert Peters, Beverly Peterson. Carolyn Phillips, Jeffrey Pickford. Kimberly Poehl, Thomas Popoloski, David Potempa, John Powalski. Juniors 93 94 Juniors Stephen Powalski, Carol Price, Loretta Przybylinski, Michael Porta, Carmen Qualls, Teresa Rabbitt. Monica Ramion, Karen Rayshich, Debrah Reed Hellowee Reid, Melinda Richmond, Janice Ringo Barbara Robinson, Jacqueline Rogers, Robert Roy, Karen Rueter, David Rumsey, Garry Sadenwater. Joni Santana, James Saturday, Louis Saxon, Gerald Schilling, Alan Schlaak, Susan Schlicker. Katherine Schmitt, Diane Scholl, Julie Schultz, Susan Schultz, Timothy Scrivnor, Frances Shaia. Eddie Shinn, Laurie Shover, Dale Sjoberg, Cynthia Sliwa, David Smith, Jamie Smith. Leslie Smith, Robert Smith, Robin Smith, Christine Sobecki, Myra Sobecki, Kathryn Sosinski. Debra Spencer, Paul Steinheiser, Laura Steinke Robert Steward, Maggie Stewart, Susan Storey V Peter Stracke, Paula Strickland, Jon Sutton, Roberta Swedenberg, Tina Tabisz, Nicky Tadras. Deborah Talbert, John Taibert, Donna Tharp, Tommy Thomas, Darlene Thompkins, Linda Thompson. 'T' . ,M ,. EW EJ X i is-H 2- ,X 1 i wi All The While Growing And Learning . . . I Il M l A I' 1 25 5, ' 3" 32? ' -, , -wb, - ' F My ' sf ,il Roger Hussey, Cheryl Jackson, Leonard Kiner. Sherry Lewis, Timothy Leary, Brenda Orzech, Patricia Polston, Robin Swanson, Linnea Weaver. Robert Thompson, Jeffrey Toutloff, Larry Turner, Eddie Tyler, Brenda Ulam, Gunnar Vagenius. Terrance VanEtten, Constance Vaughn, Vicki Vinson, Louis Vogel, William Voris, Rodney Wahl. Andrew Wallen, Eva Walters, Kim Watleins, Sandra Watson, Timothy Weatherbee, Bryan Weber. Daniel Webster, Debora Webster, Susan Werner, Debbie White, Lee White, Pauline Wiegand. Pamela Wiencek, Lori Wilson, Nancy Wipperman, Brian Wiseman, Stephen Wolfe, Jeanne Womack. Bruce Woodard, Daniel Wroblewski, Pam Yorkey, Donald Young, Martin Yuhas, Sara Zaknoen. David Zeese, Mark Zilske, Richard East, Mary Eisele, Kelly Flint, Anita Hatfield. Iuniors ot Pictured Steve Burgess, Michael Day, Daniel Parks, Russell Talbut, Linda Trotter, Lee Ann Wolod, Nadine Woods. Juniors 95 SPURTS Y x. v w '21 ' ,r fm.. .. .v ' ' f v . .rw E v 7 f:,ff.f 1 1, fl - ,ff ,f4 .ff 3, " f ff ' . . " 1 Q ,sl--y . gi? l If , Q. I 'M' , 1, 1 1. J y jf 11 1? J' x"x 4 K f Q 1' ag 'N ' 5 13 P' 5' 1. .fi 3 'fjil' Q77 f ' 1 I f fr' ff ' . fi 1- !'f1l'?iN f Zi f F fa v f 145.931 1, 3,911 F ,V I 2 LU 5 f r 0 fi if ' A .mf 3 1 5, ii? , yi 54,12 , ., " 'W ir H lm 9 I W -3 aj 1 J ' V ff! , :Q ,-1 Q W ,i if Q, ? A ' fgff ' E ,, 2 Y, c - 'as' A. ,f ,K 2, 3543, f 2 gi 5 :I I f ,Q f , t. . , i f Sf . ,ff Ag- f fy , if H , BT, 5 ja' gf mm. 2 4: y :Q ff ,f 6 98 Sports Troop Triggers Vocal Frenzy Once again the Varsity Cheerleaders kept the spirit of the students and fans soaring with their bubbling enthusiasm. The Devils this year were junior, Linda Brown and senior, Sharon Wantland. The captain ofthe squad was senior, Gayle Jones. Miss Taylor was the sponsor ofthe Varsity Cheerleaders and lvlrs. Castle sponsored the B-Team Cheerleaders. The B-Team Cheerleaders were chosen from the ranks of the three junior highs. Inspiring sophomore exuberance, they gained valuable experience. Starting Right, Clockwises Varsity Cheerleaders. Gayle Jones. Donna Stahoviak. B-Team Cheerleaders. Mary Ann Gabriel, Sue Barr, Beth Neulib, Kathy Davis. ii? From Bottom to Top, Left to Right: L. Brown, K. Gunderson, L Shover, J. Epstein, C. Edling, G. Jones, B. Hills Row One: M. Gabriel, B. Neuiib. Row Two: S. Barr, T. Dittmer, D. Stahoviak. Row Three: K. Davis. Sports 99 100 Sports Softball Team Organizes For Initial Campaign Girls' lnterscholastic Softball vvas organized at Elston in 1974. Football coaches Dennis Curtin and Jeffrey Freitag donated their time to lead the team. The squad played under standard softball rules. There were ten players to a side, and a sixteen inch softball was used. ln six ball games, the team had tvvo vvins and four losses, and although letters were not awarded this year, next year they will be. Starting Right, Counter-Clockwise: Laurie Shover, Softball practice. Golf Team. Toni Komp, Pat Shagdai, Municipal Course. SOFTBALL TEAM, Row One: L. Przbylinski, L. Khone, P. Mallardi, C. Alvarado, S, Storey. Row Two: Coach J. Freitag, J. Alvarado, L. Thompson, T. Alvarado, K. Anderson, R. Smith, Coach D. Curtin. Girl Golfers Remain Undefeated The Girl's Golf Squad, under Coach Max Crott, was undefeated in eleven matches in 1974. Since it was formed in 1973, the girls have not lost a regular season match. Senior Pat Shagdai was the team's captain and was awarded Most Valuable Player. The squad was also successful in tournament play, winning the sectional for the second consecutive year. Playing under adverse conditions, the team 1 placed 13th at the state tournament. Row One: P. Goggins, P. Bell, J. Keppen, D, Michaels, L, Ellis, 4 Row Two: P. King, B. Gabbert, A. Driggs, R. Swanson, L. Bixler, P. Shagdai. Sports 101 102 Sports T' Victories Over Rogers Spotlight Volleyball Season- The girls Volleyball Team compiled a 4-3 won-lost record in 1974. Two victories over rival Rogers highlighted the season. The team also made good showings in several invitational tournaments. Linda Thompson was the squad captain, and lvlost Valuable Player was awarded to junior Karen Fleuter. The entire varsity squad lettered. With only one senior on the team, Coach Taylor is expecting a respectable team next year. VARSITY TEAM, Row One:J. Ringo, L. Kohn, K. Rueter, S. Storey, B. Hills. Row Two: D. Slisher, L. Thompson, S. Bombich, K. Novak, L. Davies, S. Leonard. 13 T? X: .av ' A B-TEAM, Row One: M. O'Donnel, S. Werner, P. Pelligrini. Row Two:S. Smidt, B. Robinson, L. Francis. Girls' Team Nets Wins The Girls' Basketball Team, finishing its second season, ended up with a record ot 5-2 for the year's efforts. One ofthe year's highlights was a victory over Rogers in the second half ofthe season. Teri lvlacalka and Sandra Leonard, the only senior members, were frequent starters, along with juniors Janice Ringo, Linda Thompson, and Sue Story, Finishing out the roster were Kathy Perry, Linda Staffel, Becky Gabbert, Barb Robinson, Jean Nowak, Kathy Novak, Janice Mitchell and Beth Ryan. The Girls' Basketball Team ended their season at the Rogers' Tourney involving South Central, Hobart, Rogers and our ovvn City Girls' Basketball Squad. Starting Right, Clockwise: Teri Macalka, against Knox. Teri Macalka, against Knox. Basketball Team picture. Volleyball B-team. Sandra Leonard. Varsity Volleyball. Row One. T. Macalka, J. Ringo, B. Gabbert, S. Leonard. Row Two: M. Mitchell, K. Perry, D. Slisher, S. Story, L. Staflel, L. Thompson. Sports 103 The Devils End Winter's Freeze With Red Hot Ball Playing Coach Steinke's Red Devil baseball squad battled its way to a record-breaking season in 1974. With excellent pitching, timely hitting, and all around hustling, the team cruised to a 19-5-1 won-lost record. Many individual standouts studded the lineup. Co-captain Mike Wolfe, outfield, hit .417, set a school record of 20 stolen bases and was named to the All-State first team. Catcher Wes Heninger hit .375, tied for 5th,in the conference batting championship and was named All Conference Catcher. Pitcher George Gabor was voted MVP for his 6-O record and .369 batting average. The team set several school records in the course of the season. The team batting average-record of .269 set in 1962 was buried by a .311 team average. 84 bases were stolen breaking the old mark of 70 stolen bases. The team blasted 203 hits, topping the old total of 189 hits. The pitching staff compiled a very impressive 1 .89 earned run average for the year. 5 as CW EQ 6 Wesfyille , y 3 New . .Q : 1 ,gf Starting Below, Clockwlse: I 0 No Pitcher Sean Shover, 5 and 3 W-L. ' 1.' 1 Team picture. 2 I Mike Wolfe, All-State outfield, .417 avg. 3 .' Outfielder Eddie Shinn, .268 avg. Scoreblock. M K4isHawh7ya "" ., wx.: Gary .Q Gary 1+ va ka Cen. T 2. M J-. A Q.. - ...... Row One: J. Saturday, D. Michaels, M. Oliver, F. Garabrant, W. Row Two: G. Edwards, T. Branch, E. Shinn, S. Shover, Heninger, M. Wolfe, R. Vanvlaok, M. Weber, Coach Steinke. F. Bentley, G. Gabor, T. Cavanaugh, J. Janicki. Sports 105 SQQVEXX 4 A ewan? W W ' r W Vi ' i tx We 1 is I vfvkl it ' 106 Sports Starting Above, Clockwise: Tim Cavanaugh, pitcher, 6 and 2 W-L. lnfielders Sean Shover, Mark Weber, George Gabor and Wes Heninger after a City win. Sean Shover, outfield, .307 avg. Scoreblock. Team Picture. ' Wes Heninger, catcher. A' us, f .. h. sf , B-Team Gains Experience For Upcoming Season 1 F- N kg -my' Although the 1974 baseball B-team finished with a 1-12 won-lost record, Coach Mark regarded the season as a success. Pitching was a sore spot for the team, rarely holding the opposition to less than five runs. Led by Dave Bootcheck, V iff, ig - Dave Panfil and Jack Peters, the squad averaged five runs per game. Pitcher Mark Levendowski registered the season's only win. Jack Peters and Dave Bootcheck, who hit .344 and .486, saw some varsity action. Adams Y , Q . ,sez Q-'-W"f"' ., . . - -- , A , MA., .. at , .' , f :-4'- + QW- 1 1 te, I 9 . . Row One: J. Mellon, M. Kozar, M. Levendowski, D. Young, M. McNew, S. Panfii, D. Armstrong, T. Austin, D. Bootcheck, J. Peters, P. Foreman, G. Harlib, T. Allen, M. Neuleib, and B. Gardner. Row Two: J. Ganshaw, D. Wiseman, B. Ftusbolt, and Coach Mark. Sports 107 108 Sports City 343 327 165 336 35 Opps. 343 326 329 Q 'ff' ff l if u 1 1'-is ,- .-.- ,Juv " 337 344 357 1 7953 3223 E P. 'ami' ,, A 3' .x ,M 5 Mf H' iz ,. ': ,E "'.- ig :Z ,.":.".- ' N QI 11 5 1 0.91 h My 'iii' Wx -. "k ..v- Z ff' -- G M iM, -,,,fr1fg-W '- Golfers Boast Sectional Fourth Place The 1974 Men's Golf season was marred by inconsistent play throughout the spring. Many excellent rounds were played, but it was rare for the team to make a good all-around effort. This resulted in the team's 6 and 20 won-lost record. However, the squad performed well in the sectional, placing fourth of nineteen teams. Junior John Else was chosen the team's Most Valuable Player. Dean Jacobson, John Else, Karl Schmidt and Jim Morse each lettered forthe second time. Tom Martin lettered for the first time. With the entire squad returning, the 1975 season appears promising. lf the team plays as it can, Coach Croft's N golfers will be state contenders. A, - 3,5 K .f 5 , ,g L. Starting Below, Clockwiser Team Picture. Rick Blank, Karl Schmitt, Jim Morse. Scoreblock. Steve Johnston. Jim Morse. Row One: M. Brown, J. Else, P. Goldberg, K. Schmitt, D. Jacobson. Row Two: Coach Croft, T. Martin, B. Smith, J. Morse, P. Stracke, S, Johnston. Sports 109 Elston Track Men Endure Tough Season Although 1974 was not a winning track season, Coaches McAnally and Kerwin led a competitive team. Few lettermen returned to bolster the team, yet constant effort on the part ot members brought great improvement throughout the spring. Ken Smith and Brian Smith placed 1st and 4th in the 880 yd. run and discus throw. Also, the mile relay team, consisting of Kevin Donaldson, Dave Mull, John Calvin, and John Jacques placed 5th in the conference. At the LaPorte invitational, Ken Smith ran the mile and placed 4th, Dave Mull placed 4th in the 440 yd. run and Brian Smith placed 6th in the discus throw. Again the mile relay team placed 3rd. Running were John Jacques, Bill Durham, Vic Piemonti and Brian Smith. it i - if I . .-at it 4 ff ,... . . ggi kk Row One: T. Bullis, J. Jaques, L. Williams, P. Lau, D. Price, W. Barnes, J. Epstein, S. Debruyn, Ft. Balinao, J. Calvin, V. Piemonti, B. Smith. Row Two: K. Donaldson, B. Coy, W. Miller, M. Ginther, K. Fiueter, Coach McAnally. Flow Four: Coach D. Mull, D. Surface, K. Smith, S. Willis, D. McGowan, D. McCollum, Kerwin, B. Durham, B. Meyer, T. Brinde, S. Miller, B. Pendergast, E. Summers, C. Lewis. Row Three: l.. Bauer, T. Black, B. Ellis, M. Muckway, Fi. Malik. 1 10 Sports we M 1, ,. , , . 1 so Q o. ,,,,, Q i -Q-wtf' A ri 5' as 5,3333 A -.-, - K 4, monks-.,gfi3+ "' ' 1Eftfig'fe" 'e--M24 1 1 ' ' iyigftifliig ... YS ia, New ,,.. 1 .km ,V ,,95:3S2SQis,,,, 1 A 1 .gg-vi "'L K' W w f x f 3' tiff Q' L t9ii1ii3f351..f9Z?'f5f'i9"A ,,-QM . of fl' f?E"2iEQr1'f , fi. Wei' ' -' "V " via" " 1-5. ..i. ..,, - , I ' i?3i!??':', -ff if s, 632' , if '- . LLLL' 1 Starting, Left Clockwise: Sooreblock. 1 Team picture. if 1 , Kevin Donaldson, high jump. Wes Miller, miie run. 1 Wes Miller and Ken Smith, mile run ' K Kevin Donaldson, 880 yd. run. ' wx ig? , , ,,,, Sports 111 1 12 Sports Football Season Proves Disappointin g 1 Elston's 1974 Football team was a model of consistency. Facing a rough season, they fought in a manner worthy of EIston's tradition. The spirit of both team and fans was overwhelming throughout the fall. The following awards were made: Andy Schmidt, Most Valuable Player and Best Lineinang George Johnson, Best Back, Tony Johns, Best Offensive Player, Tim Korn, Best Defensive Player, and Mike Glenn, Best Underclassman. Starting Right, Clockwise: Tony Johns, Running Back, with trainer Pat Mark, Head Coach Pat Jones and Manager Dave Armstrong. Jack Voris, in Field Goal position. S. B. Adams end run. i Scoreblock, Ass't. Coach, Dennis Curtin Team Picture. Jim Emerich, 3 Linebacker. . ,... 5 wf. . A M.CfiROQ9fSii.tfff:1 A SQ 1 Ham, NON 195 ':fL ' Elkhart Mem. l FSB. Wash. SB. Riley D KZLJ V ifS.B5Adams . Mishavvaka ' 7 LaPorte . ...Elkhart Cen. Row One: B. Venice D. LaFtocco W. Bolhim Armstrong. Row Three: Coach P. Jones, Asst. Coach J. G' Wiseman T4 Lawiwom DI Schrgqidt W Bafnes H Frietag, J. Edwards, S. Wiseman, I.. Vogel, D. Ftumsey, T. Westbrook' Bergmanvpl East M' Quhasl Rowj-WO. K' Brindle, G. Johnson, T. Korn, G. Bombich, D. Surface, D. Jankovvski, M. Grattenthaler, J. Voris, J. Emerich, P. Schoof, MUN' J' Carroll' M' Gem' A' Schrmdt' Tfamef Mark' D' Burrell' T4 Johns, T. Carroll' E4 Shim, D- panm, G' Asst. Coach J. Martorano, Asst. Coach D. Curtrn. Purham, B. Wiseman, D. Liles, J. Epstein, D. Svvistek, Manager, D. Sports 1 13 1 14 Sports B-Team Shows Promise Throughout Season mir.- Outstanding on the B-Team for the 1974 season were Doug l.aFiocco, Howard Westbrook, Doug Schmidt, and quarterback, Louis Vogei. The O-7 record did not shovv the effort made or the valuable experience gained during the discouraging season, Most of the B-Team members played on the varsity squad as vveli. Starring Left, Clockwise: Coach Jones and players. SB. Adams home game. Coach Jonesand referee. Scoreblock. Wayne Bohlim. quarterback. Sports 1 15 Tennis Team Regroups With Underclassmen With only two returning lettermen, 1974 was a rebuilding year for Coach Warner's tennis squad. Overall, the team had a 1 and 12 won-lost record, with a 1 and 6 conference record. Gilbert Green played in the number 1 spot all year and was voted Most Valuable Player. The doubles team, Jim Zawacki and Gilbert Green, was successful throughout the season. Lettering for the third year was Gilbert Green, Jim Zawacki lettered for the second year, and Mark Gresla, Bob Holmes, Dan Murray, and Rick Thompson each lettered for the first time. With the large underclass participation this year, Coach Warner is looking forward to a winning season next fall. Starting Right, Clockwise: Reuben Balinlo. Mark Gresla. Scoreblock. Team Picture. Rick Thompson, Bob Holmes. 43- ,,f.,. .,. W d .... . CITY OPPS. O 5 Portage O Chesterton ' 7 Valparaiso 6 1 Valparaiso 5 K O ' Hobart 5 O Carmel 5 ' V 5. O ,,:a: Rogers 5 ' " ' 5' O l.aPorte 5 r-iwf -ft: ,,-..f :-e ' '.'W'L'z" If O SB. 7 6',e 2 SB- 5 irr 3 S. B. Wain. 4 it 1 ElK,M9,Kif1QQQl3l 6 0 Elk. 7 L 4 Misnawaka 3 A ' ' E- .san V A ...iso .1 Q l . I. . . , V X 5 e W Flow One: R. Burnham, G. Potter, A. Fleichl, A. Fteichl, T. Green, J. Wolavka, R. Thgmpsony M. Greslav A. poplawskil Coach Warner' G- Green' J. D. Wiseman, B. Lakea, L. Finger. Bow Two: B. Balinao, Zawacki, B. Holmes, D, Murray- Sports 1 17 1 18 Sports l . l Cross Country Team Runs To Winning Season The 1974 edition of the cross country squad was a fleet-tooted team, and completed the season with a 12 and 8 vvon-lost record. The unit had a good balance of experience and youth, with members of each class standing out. Third year man, Ken Smith, was awarded Most Valuable Senior. Sophomore Kevin Higdon set a school record of 1 2142.7 at the sectional, good for a second place. Kevin also was granted the Elmer lvlillbranth Award for Most Improved Runner. Ken and Kevin alternated running the team's number one spot. Starting Above, Clockwise: Kevin Higdon, second place at sectional. Mark Weber. Jack Peters. Scoreblock. Team picture. Wes Miller, number 3 runner. WY City 28 27 1 S.Cen3raI 1 . eeioivvagnangron 37 . . Oregon Davns 17 3,.B,3,Wash1mg1or155. 29 1 N'fishawaka L 27 313.2 f3ilQMe 1 421- r Elkriiiiit Central 26 Penn ie 1 L , 23 2S,B.Adams ' 2 27 EIkhar1MemorialS,3. 235 ,L gg 1 . New Prairie im' W37 2 LaSaIle . 34 LaPor1e Q21 f 1 L4" 1 EaStGary 27 Westville A151 .,1,g,:. 1 ,26 - Marquette 29 1 Chegtertony 22 MaEquene- f 20 W Andreari h 36 1 Rogers 'Y Q' Sa. E Iv. 5 uv .6 2' x 'ig 1 I. Row Orlei Coach NICAr1aIIy, Nl, Weber, W. MiIler,K.SrT1ith,J. Eootchecky G, Miller' K- Higdoml Sobecki. Row Two: D. Ayers, J. Peters, B. Meyer, D. Sports 1 1 9 Starting Right, Clockwise: Scoreblock, Coach Martorano. Bob Pendergast, Rogers. Varsity Team. B-Team. Tim Allen, Rogers. CW . ODDS. 3555f A J rf Knox 27 g Valparaiso 34 245 i J r New Prairiel-V A 35 8 ssf, S.B. Adams 57 17 7i 77 Mlshawaka 43 30 rrsr SB. Riley 26 25 Rogers 38 24 A 22ll rr27 Elk. Memorial 31 13 . .,,gS.B,. Washington 41 38 'f Jlxi Elk. Central 26 15 lli 5 .,,.g.Laporte 43 l -an 4 I 120 Sports Row One: B. Lake, A. Dolson, H, Wiegand, Row Two: J. Sobecki, K. Gallas, D. LaRocco L. Allen, T. Scott, B. Rustboldt, S. Dompke, D. Strickland, T. Brindle, S. Novak, Coach Jones Young Blood Aids Matmen To 3-8 Season The addition of several sophomores and tvvo freshmen to the varsity roster helped the Bed Devil Wrestlers to improve what might have been an even more dismal season. The team record is not an indication of the many fine individual efforts turned in for the year. Lionel l-lales, a senior in the 105-pound class, ended up vvith a 12-6 record for the year. The other senior on the varsity was Tom VanEtten, wrestling 119. Buckeye Epstein, a sophomore wrestling 177, and Doug Schmidt, 145, ended up with 17-6 and 11-1 1 records respectively. These are also the tvvo young men who represented Elston at the regional. Other active sophomores were Kurt Bergman, 155, Todd Scott, 112, Glen Perham, 167, and Doug LaBocco, 155, who Coach lvlartorano predicted would be an asset in the upcoming season. Steve Novak and John Doperalski were the two varsity freshmen. Row One J Doperalskl L Hales T Scott T Vanlitten Bow Two B Malik D Schmidt, K. Bergman,W. Bohlim, L Fly T Allen T VanEtten B Pendergast G Perham B Epstein T. Soller, Coach Martorano. Sports 121 122 Sports Relay Wins Prove Season Bright Spots The swimming season ended with a won-loss record of 5-9. The team was mostly composed of newcomers with five returning lettermen. Individual standouts for the season were John Davis, who swam the 500 and 200 yard freestyle, Mike Edling, who swam the 50 and 100 yard freestyle, and Greg Yeater, who swam the 200 yard individual medley and 100 yard butterfly. Diving was Debbie Karm, who this year set a new school record. The team sported a pair of excellent relay teams. The 200 yard medley relay team consisted of Slade Edling, Pat Wenzel, Tom Swedenburg and Mike Brown. John Davis, Mike Edling, Greg Yeater and Bob Smith comprised the 400 yard freestyle relay team. 1' , . Q ,gp ttr: ,.., , ,t TY A K ' 1, - - EN -,ary ,, w ..-- .ia-at m ., 4..- ' X ' . q .1 P ,S ' ' J ' as Starting Above, Clockwise John Davis, Mike Brown, Mary Carroll Debbie Karm, diving competition Swim Team practice Scoreblock Team Picture ii iii X Si f :iii 352 'E IL 'Q' N' Q..' -.M:i .,,,f:,,?,...Lm. ..,. 1 7 N S934 it 5 r ,. . , git, ist . m,.. L r QA -- . . S' .2 5.f f4i?'l ie if 3 -.f.kw5iu-1 - 919 17 ,-Q.. -W--. --.,.- 2 :Q M153 P if E ' it 2 ' 'S V 2 ' gre' - 'V"""""i2"fGi,Q 3 V 12'ff'Q: ' i. Q -gill." Qkifay lff ,f-112151:-: Aj gi fig - 'ff'i55h -fgsii gig' vb' , Q2 g . 5 13 . sz gust LL" 2 5.2, is rf. g 8. . ,,,W , X S4 .15 an . ' . in f"' ' 1 K f 'El . 'N it S .. .. his ., S -max. .lm-1 Er-.E tMi,.,xgt . z. nm mkme d f . , ffm' V 3, K was tar s x fir Q wx W L QQ .533 iaitaawt... . K .. ,,.. QE.: tw if ti 4 - W , it ' Q, , , H f 1' it QMS .Mihai Row One: T. Werner, D. Karm, K. Karse, L. Smith. Row Two: Coach Ft. Bruce, S. Ediing. Row Three: M. Ediing, Croll, Coach Hanns, J. Davis, T. Swedenburg, G. Yeater, P. Wenzel, T. Scrivnor, B. Smith, M. Brown, D. Lau, D. Davis. Sports 123 124 Sports The 1974-75 Bed Devil Basketball Team enjoyed its best season in recent history, compiling a 18-2 won-lost record. Blending speed and height, Coach Adams molded the team into a top ranked squad. The team's depth was a deciding factor in many ofthe team's victories. Several times players came off the bench in the second half and sparked the team to a victory. Highlighting the season were victories over rivals LaPorte and Rogers. Senior center, Albert Johnson, and senior guard George Johnson . were co-MVP's. Junior guard, Tony Branch, was the team's highest scorer and led the team on the floor. Devils Regain Past Stature 1 'J .f f . l iiiii 1' - B - v . -. sw. r if 1 1 2 3 :h. g', K , kL,,,, ,.:,.h ,k'f- S 'J . . mKK"h ' ...A or 2 M 1'L-. A G' . 1-wsifiirsszzssf ' 71 ' ' . J ssr. A .. Sfafffng Below, Clockwfse. ..,. g .L . ..-- ,, , Q Q. Q, ' Albert Johnson, George Johnson, Turn 15.232, zvv- fi 'i" ,-., 'if' fgzgz. 3- - LJ,. f Korn, Tony Branch, Elkhari Memorial. rrrr nnnnr A eeen A . Team P'CtU'e' Albert Johnson, l.aPorte. A' " ',rr 7' Tony Branch, LaPorte, Liilfiik I Penn 'hifi'-if-1 Coach Adams, pep talk. 5:sSg1,f:g.sa.'-. A5582 1.08 .EV ,,, . 76 .rg w E.. . ee'br ra I21 .ms f - . awrr A - H - I. .,.Marf'v.' l ' . Elkhart.Mem , aaaarl irr' relr - George Johnson, LaPorte. 3' Scoreblock. . ,rrrsr ,,., . ,1g' A'LL I i A ...,,, .E H, . sg, A ,ss s s,s A Hrghtand ongsrerr n Rogers , S. B. SB. Riley. age.-. 53 q ssr1 67? 57 76 A65 51 .68 . ,.,.,, 67 .46 ,,,,,sr ,,r, I --., . V, III gesrrgifrizre. 54.1 553 s .,.,.. , ,.... . .. . ,..., M... n 1 1 were rzseagggfwflar f , .fssgsgggafsffl ff he-:sw Row ne: D, Armstrong, G. Johnson, J. Kent, T. Branch, E. Shinn, A. Johnson, B, Meyer, D. Bootcheck, K. Smith, D. Surface, J, P rs, D. Kelley, J. Edwards. Row Two: M. Webber, T. Korn, I Sporis 125 126 Sports O O Pink Imps Ripen For Varsity Action if Cultivating the individual talents of his young squad, Coach Steinke succeeded in producing players capable of advancing to the Red Devils. Alex Kiner blossomed into a fine one-on-one player, out experienced difficulty conforming to the rigors of team play. Kiner and Coleman Moore both were brought up for varsity action in the late season. f r 4 ia' .Q H -- r .r is ' J' wi: Q .E ,r Q li f ,5 ,i Q., 45 , A4 . A ' M .izi VVVV ig Q 4 A IAVE I .V S , . . QV A T - ' . -V ' Ax 1 V at . T T if f fi?" rrl Qtr ' t ' T- 'tl 'T ' - 1 9 Z .tl L Q V . .. .q,,, ,1,, Agijwl, , t' A F3 if A VV,. . V K -v , 0 x frl 2 'Y "-f' . r ,itsr . 'fs-if' ' W' i 'i ' ' 'Al l W Wg .Nj Y W 5,- Sfarting Above, Clockwise: Mike Glenn, etal. Rogers. Alex Kiner, Rogers. Brian Meyer, Sectional, vs. LaPorte. Tony Branch, Sectional, vs. Rogers. B-team. Row One: M. Bixler, L. Williams, Coach Steinke, M. Glenn, C. Roster T. Gibson, G. Wiseman, A. Kiner. Row Two: D. Taylor, C. Moore, Coach Meer City Takes Overtime Regional City opened the sectional tourney with a see-saw battle against Rogers. George Johnson iced the 61-57 victory with several clutch free-throws in the final minutes. Against LaPorte, the Devils faced a slow-down offense, the half time score was 20-O City. ln the fourth quarter, Elston blew a lead and went into overtime. When forced to play basketball, the Slicers folded and City ran away with a 25-18 win. ln the sectional final the Red Devils outclassed a good South Central team to capture Elston's 24th straight Sectional cron. Sparked by Albert Johnson 19 points, Elston handlly feated a tenacious Valparaiso squad 66-55 in the afternoon Regional game. The Red Devils jumped to a quick lead in the first quarter against Mishawaka. However, the Cavemen stormed back as the Devil shooting cooled off. Dave Bootcheck came alive in the second half and repeatedly sank outside shots. With less than a minute remaining, Tony Branch scored to send the game into overtime. Mishawaka grabbed four points lead with less than 1:30 remaining, but the Devils refused to die and once again tied the score and faced another overtime. City seized a four point lead in the second overtime and made it stand up for a 71-69 win. The Elston Express was derailed in the Semi-State opener by the Lebanon seven-man defense, 56-59. Sports 127 128 Sports Starring Right, Clockwise Karen Bueter, MVP Volleyball George Johnson, MVP Basketball Albert Johnson, MVP Basketball Letterpeople Sports Awards Banquet Andy Schmidt, MVP Football Gilbert Green. MVP Tennis as sf Y 3 H", J! ,ff I loclyfiifollect High Honors Once again Elston's athletes were showered with honors tor their exploits. Four MVP X awards were presented during , Sh the tall season. The Most y Valuable Player for Football y was Andy Schmidt, tor Girls' ' Golt was Patty Shagdai, tor .2 kvxtqggzlik Cross Country was Ken Smith, and A A N'N'0s-....,, . Ei tor Tennis was Gilbert Green. Most Valuable Players for winter sports were John Davis in swimming, Teri Macalka in Girls' Basketball, Karen Rueter in Volleyball, John Epstein in Wrestling, and George Johnson and Albert Johnson in Varsity Basketball C' ,af iff' P...-1 9.41 P-"1 1 5-f-fx 5---fm iwtz .f.! , t..,.rr Q V, J- .vun fn'-Q 'ff' fs-FX 4 V f . , V v f '5J5'K V f- 'ky' . 5 x , ' J , . P , . .. ln t -3 ...- r G- A Q, if 1 2' Q if-5' l' 25 L. K, , 5 'gg 4- ' .fn 5 or V. H 5' l i ' . X K, 4 r A 1 ' f QQ! ,H 2' Q' .af ai , ft' '- I. fg ,Q 222 5,1 A fi How One: B. Pendergast, T. VanEtlen, T. Martin, J. Davis. VV. Miller, B. Holmes, D. Surface, J. Morse. Row Two: J. Ringo. S. Leonard, T. Branch, B. Hills. L. Vogel, K. Schmidt. D. Armstrong, K. Higdon. Row Three: P. Pellegrinl. K. Novak, L. Thompson. T. Macalka. S. Story. A. Driggs, B. Meyer. H. Wiegand. Row Four: L. Kohne, D. Slisher, K. Rueter. S. Bombich, M. Gressla, B. Balinao, C. Wever. . gf -15? , 7.- Sports 129 I SCPHUMORES I v x .A ' "f""". , .pwrn ,. 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V' .ia 'Y,.FM', 4 .y 1, - fi. it 1 ,, f in. H ,pr yi his f , ay. A f iivk? 3 5? ' 'f lsggi ' X141 ' gw wr ,ff if lf.. 3 x sf. : ." 1 Lf K """S ' ,... . 2 2 ' 2 x , ., "W ' 5? 31,53 .V Q .1, . : ,fi 7 V J 8 ' I .vfzv It f " 2, Q , Q A M , . if.. 5 .-1 ,, Q 4' f' ' ' 1 , , V f" Q ,nf ,LA f- - . A x ,. f- ' A ,,.. , f -' ' A I ' Anmo MW max 132 Sophomores Sophomores loin Together Row One: D. Shipp, T. Aldridge Row Two: T. Jackson, C. Urbanski M. Mazac, E. Garwick, P. Wenzel B. Gilreath, W. Bohlim Row Three: D. Baugher, L. Kahn B. Stark, M. Pickford, Mr Freitag, M. Gabriele. ln the fall, the nevv sophomores entered Elston, excited and anxious about the year ahead. They began by electing class officers, steering committee, and student council representatives. The success of their first class project, the sophomore party, paved the vvay for other projects. They became valuable members of many school clubs and organizations and began to learn the meaning of school loyalty through red-and-vvhite days, pep sessions and the Squeeze. At the end of the year, the sophomores spent many hours helping with the prom. The class of '77 finished the year with a unified spirit and many shared memories. Starting Above: Mr. Freitag, sponsor. Miss Taylor, sponsor. Brett Gilreath, president. Emery Garvvick, vice-president. Michelle Mazac, secretary. Steering Committee. Erin Ainsworth, Regina Aldridge, Terrence Aldridge, Larry Allen, Diana Alvarado, Debbie Ashmore. Daniel Ayars, Barbara Bailey, Kevin Baker, Suzanne Barr, Wayne Barth, Bonnie Bates, Debra Baugher, Melissa Baumgartner, Kenneth Beach, Susan Bell, Kurt Bergmann, Susan Berk. Russ Berks, Stephen Bigda, Susan Biggerstatf, Michael Blxler, William Blamey, Terry Bogart. Wayne Bohlim, Joseph Bolka, Sharon Bombich, James Bootcheck, Barbara Boris, Virginia Borolov. Linda Bowen, Susan Bowers, Meg Boyer, Pamela Bracken, Deborah Braddy, Elizabeth Bradford. Cynthia Bradway, Nancy Brandt, Kevin Brown, Scott Brown, Ada Bureau, Ronald Burgess. Cynthia Burkhart, David Byrd, Robin Callahan, Mary Carroll, Barbara Chinski, George Chism. Matthew Cisler, Michael Clark, Brian Coleman, Corllis Collier, Linda Collins, Martha Converse. Mary Converse, Mary Coursel, Stacey Cox, Stephen Coyle, Richard Craft, Angelia Crane, Sophomores 133 Difficult Times Persist For Newcomers Robert Cross, Winston Cross, Clarence Crozier, Manuel Cuello, Kendra Cuyler, Cornell Davis, Jeffery Davis, Kathy Ann Davis, Patricia Day, Donald Deal, Roger Dennis, Tricia Dittmer. Linda Djuvik, Timothy Dobkins, Shawn Dominoski, Thomas Doperalski, Michael Dukeharl, Suzette Dulcet. Mark Dunn, Becky Durham, Mary Durham, Slade Edling, Sheila Edwards, Norma Eggers. Paula Egle, Patricia Eisele, Michael Elkins, Susan Ellis, James Emerich, Michael Ennols. 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K -. , uri" f . tg J- . l 4 A ' - 1- , 5"'- me "' .1 V V t , 5, . 1 L , Vt, ' , ' ' 'Wg-we 2 ,.., if " 5 K was f or t - -- -- ' - A- J f -- - -ff -:tit . , .ff , a - i t A , 5, ,V - ., ii . --M - Ii, 1 fiery 1 " . Q ' K i F , ' K' ".' , ' K Lettie Fleming, Laymon Fly, Cory Foster, Cynthia Fraley, Thomas Francis, Theresa Freestone. William Fritch, Daniel Fritz, Mary Ann Gabriele, Kenneth Gallas, James Ganschow, John Gardner, Patrick Gardner, Robert Gardner, Emery Garwick, Christopher Gavin, Joseph Gazarkiewicz, James Geleske. Dorothy Gillon, Brett Gilreath, Anthony Gipson, Diana Glancy, Michael Glenn, Nancy Goggins. Brian Goodloe, Jay Goodrich, Phillip Grams, Scott Grantham, Sue Green, Theodore Green, Michael Greene, Jean Gregory, Joan Gregory, Michael Griffin, Ricky Grinston, Lynn Gross. Daniel Gutowski, Joseph Hales, Shelia Hales, Jane Hampel, Marcia Hampton, James Gregory Hancock Peggy l-lapke, Richard Harris, Marilyn Hart, Paulette Harvel, Carolyn Hatfield, Kristine Hatfield. Lori Haughtington, Kim Heckendorn, Patricia Hess, Kevin Higdon, Shelli Hitesman, Lisa Hobbs. Sophomores 135 Nancy Hofstetter, Lonnie Hogan, Barbara Hogg, James Holland, Paul Holloway, Charlene Holtgreen, Laytonya Hood, Mary Hoskam, Danny Howard, Eva Howe, Jay Howell, Danny Huang. Eddie Hull, Timothy Hullinger, Bon Hurley, Linda Huryn, Terry Jackson, Tony Jacobucci. John Janasiak, Kevin Jankowski, David Jarnutowski, Ann Jasinski, Mary Jasinski, Jon Jesko. Pamela Jones, Cheryl Jordan, Leigh Kahn, Jennifer Kalk, Kimberly Karse, Wanda Kelley, i figajgffzfiiff' 4 i" '15 eazsissstis- -..e- '- 225224-fwfrlixe lf'Z3.Si.f55i' f' ' " " L Q. fi-ag.,flg3gf .. My 4-,115 D 'fs ti 'X x .J . ,A 14 Aw if. ,L 3, ' as . A b f 2 "::r5-aiJg!iFS5": V H 5 9 J 1 -1 lf. if - -I W ice' T , exit S i PM :sr ,,:. air-f Q XLQESQ if EJ rm is if A is 4k I 2 , X X ., I t Q iff? 4, pg , '-- gms, J :ew.g.g, A -.1 ., , i-K ,,.. Sf , U . . .ff ,gg ' f , f el ,gi vs e ffffffz' ' . A 4 P 136 Sophomores 1 A H2 Y ti , I xg . au fi 'I 5 ' , 5 H , 'x M ii ., l :zzffifgu .", BFE, Q T J 'fig Y, 208 ., C, f Q ' if i If ' g , we 3 , ix F ,,,. sw -V :itz tri' I - , - Q. Q 'l., i,,r U .r" ar,r g 1 Yi as , twrmzwf fef Qf e,,sM: . relr T f f r it as f Loreen Kelly, Togni Keltz, Jayni Keppen, Alice Kiner, Alex Kiner, John Kiner, John Kintzele, Chris Kmiecik, Brian Kniola, Douglas Kniola, John Kniola, Rebecca Komp.. Mary Krause, Bonnie Kreighbaum, Kris Krueger, Margaret Kunkel, Patricia Kurpiel, David Kuszmaul. Bill Leffler, Robert Lake, Douglas LaRocco, Angela Lawhorn, Timothy Lawhorn, Catherine Leatherwood. Glenn Leedy, Lori Leffler, Mary Lenior, Pamela Lewis, Joni Lieatky, Kim Liles. But United They Overcome The Trials . . . . x ii , NR L S .,, -L I l "HW 'N' v W fi, it L fi 'rf ,, . . 4' 1 -f,,- 5 , , g , , ,,.1 J , f J' , . 'eeee faxing, 'T37iLfY, , "' ' -, i 1 ' "e"eee . Y.. ,. .N,- gi .. V W 1 5 at cf sf, ,, K EX , 2 , ' ,, .".- iv, -rg. L it i , i -T ,. 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Sophomores 137 Mark Mizia, Thomas Montgomery, Jeffrey Moore, Samuel Moss, Daniel Murray, Thomas Murrey. Yahya Mussa, Mark Nagel, Deanna Neidlinger, Howard Nelson, Sharon Nesvold, Beth Neulieb, Michael Neulieb, Edmund Nieman, Kathleen Novak Jean Nowak, Barbara Odle, Mary O'Donnell. Lynn Oelschlager, Cheryl Ohms, Bruce Olds, Michael Ollis, Thomas Orlowski, Gail Osos. Nancy Parks, Eric Patterson, Kevin Patterson, Stacy Peglow, Patti Pellegrini, Aniefta Perry, Casey Perry, Robert Perry, Kay Peterson, James Pieszchala, Mary Pickford, John Piotrowski. Deborah Pleimling, Alex Poplawski, Wanda Potter, James Powers, Robin Pries, Scott Prosser. Janet Ouillen, Donna Ramsey, Brian Ftandhan, Paul Ray, Jeffrey Fleed, Geneva Reeves. Lee Field, Dennis Reno, Cheryl Ftetseck, Helena Reuber, Paul Rayman, Karen Richmond. 138 Sophomores And The Tribulations . . . f,-1,Naf, ..m.wwMvw'wf N ,k-, . M W- ,. 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Brett Syers, Toni Tadros, Dennis Taylor, Michael Tharp, Stuart Thomas, Gina Thompson. John Thompson, Susan Thompson, Delores Tillman, Blaine Timm, Steven Toutlolt, Charles Trout. Stacy Trunk, Linda Urban, Cathy Urbanski, Morgan Vail, Mark Valentine, Jeffrey Vanauken. Catherine Vanderberg, Cynthia Vangemeren, David Vanvlack, Bret Venice, Leo Victory, John Voris. Doreen Wahl, Brenda Waldo, Bobby Walker, William Wallen, Barbara Walters, Sharon Wandrey. Deborah Watson, Charles Weaver, Don Weinig, Katherine Wenzel, Patrick Wenzel, Steven West. Howard Westbrook, Jon Westman, Timothy Westphal, Robin Wheeler, Rebecca White, Tommy Whitehead. Beth Whitmore, Henry Wiegand, Kenneth Willard, Kerry Lee Williams, Luther Williams, Pamela Williams. 140 Sophomores 1 Q- . 3. ,- ,ft f. mag Nm3a4 5 if H' f 7 S . 5 V Q, . - 2 ': 'ls , g i iiii V ' V ' X 4 iff. K 1 . , 1, ' 1-Z :H Ji fl V - " Lx.: , . .AUT fx' 3-4' . 4 Q Q. ffgugglgi fe ' ' 1 . ,, , 3 E 3. we ZZ' A, If T . 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'i',l- ' V If ffg 33, f ' f 2V:VV X V- qf ,ft X!! 1' f 1 V f A X V 4, K ' f 41 ,'12-vgv, ,ZZ 1 C7141 144 Activities Staff Seeks Years Essence ELSTONIAN led a hectic year f E. 0'0- :r m :a 3 cn x 'U cu 2. cn 3 o cn Q. 0 7 CD 5 5 9:39- .-0-'tafbqpgl 0930393 Uz'-.Ccnza as-o'Q,cn cn Q....' 1-vCc-D CD memes 30-210: 0052333 'USSBEC Began CDfQ:'-o-:- m:'cDO:a together and produce an outstanding yearbook. ...fi-Qi zzaf . , f '14 K ff' MT. i -on .fffl ,ffl . .JY vi . A fff S . , 1.7 .. to L.. 7. 7 Qqfi-sums ,3 5t r , 2 L- Cleveland. B- Smith, L- Siegmllnd- C- MCCOVWGH- P- Fithianl B. Schoil, N. Ericson, E. Summers, A. Armour, M. West, E. Schwab, M. Ramion, P. Skonieczny, L. Smith, S. Vihllis, B. Meyer B' Whitmore, TI Dunne, E- Griggs, D- Jacobson Crimson Comet Keeps Elston Informed . This year's Comet Staff created a totally new A Crimson Comet with a new format and compact size. , Most of the columns stayed the same, but some of the names of thefcolumns were changed. One L new column was "From Abroad" which dealt with news from other schools. Although the statt was inexperienced, the paper always came out on time - and got the news across to the students. l -li A I 'i . lil' l Above: J. Oelschlager, K. Gast, D. Drzewiecki, G. Starting Above, Clockwise: Comet Staff, ELSTONIAN Wandrey, Mr. Bowie, L. Stachowski, M. Nichols, a little Stall. Mrs. Schwab, ELSTONIAN Advisor, Laura Cleveland,, kid, T. Macalka, L. Yorkey, P. Kelly, D. Salter, R. Blank, ELSTONIAN Editor. Mr. Bowie, Comet A- M. Darrow, J. Saturday, D. Mull, M. Lau. Advisor, Teri Macalka, Comet Editor. Activities 145 Band And Devilettes Create Enjoyable Entertainment The Band, under the direction of Mr. Johns, started out Spirits remained high the rest ofthe year as the Band on a high note this year with their trip to Ball State played at many pep sessions, concerts, and basketball where they competed in a marching contest. games, displaying Elston's numerous musical talents FLUTES Jones, Gayle - 12 Mershon, Nancy-12 Stark, Peggy - 12 Driggs, Abbe - 11 Bixler, Lynn - 11 Hensell, Mary - 11 Smith, Leslie - 11 Smith, Robin - 11 Gross, Lynn - 10 Harvel, Paulette - 10 Slisher, Dena - 10 Striebel, Carrie - 10 CLARINETS Cantwell, Lynne - 12 Hosna, Kim- 12 Espar, Rosanne - 12 Slisher, Devoe - 12 Aigner, Beth - 11 Gresla, Mark- 11 Howard, Mona- 11 Krieger, Cindy - 11 Bell, Susan - 10 McGinnis, Debbie - 10 Ohms, Cheryl- 10 Wilson, Jodi - 10 146 Activities BASS CLARINETS Wipperman, Nancy - 11 Blamey, Scott- 10 Evans, Teri - 10 Yanke, Ann - 10 ALTO SAXES Malik, Randy - 12 Armstrong, Dave - 11 Wiegand, Pauline - 11 Lisak, Dave - 10 TENOR SAXES Dempsey, Mike - 12 Steinheiser, Paul- 11 Valentine, Mark - 10 BARI SAXES Cooper, Carmen - 12 Sjoberg, Dale - 11 DRUM MAJOR Carlson, Noel- 11 TWIRLER Liles, Kim -10 CORNETS Saffer, Dennis - 12 Hogg, William -12 Black, Brad - 11 Carter, Pam - 11 Ennols, Bill- 11 Vogel, Louis- 11 Zeese, David - 1 1 Barth, Wayne - 10 Berks, Russ- 10 Garwick, Emery - 10 Odle, Barb - 10 Wiegand, Henry - 10 Wiseman, Douglas- 10 FRENCH HORNS Lyness, Kathy - 12 Fekete, Randy - 11 Long, Jamie - 11 Hogg, Barbara - 10 Marlatt, Dana - 10 Wipperman, Duane - 10 TROMBONES Geleske, Phil - 12 Rabbitt, Teresa - 1 1 Wenzel, Pat- 10 Syers, Brett- 10 BARITONES Hllberg, Jon - 12 Janasiak, John - 10 Orlowski, Tom - 10 Yeater, Greg - 10 TUBAS Brandon, Mike - Foreman, Paul- Liles, Randy - 11 11 11 Ganschow, Jim - 10 Gardner, Pat- 10 Gilreath, Brett-10 Kuzmaul, Dave - 10 Wilson, Larry - 10 PERCUSSION Whitmore, Brad - 12 Montgomery, Don Thompson, Ricky - Martin, Tom - 11 Bixler, Mike - 10 Huang, Dan - 10 Lockridge, Karl- 10 VanAuken, Jeff- 10 12 Starting Below, Clockwise: Bed Devilettes: From Left: Julie Bazia, Laura Ellis, Sue Berk, Linda Kahn, Nancy Mershon, Becky Blomberg, Heide Lohse, Cathy Urbanski, Lisa Hobbs, Lynn Bixler, Irene Smith, Anietta Perry, Mary Hensell, Jackie Davis, Kim Hosna, Nicki Grennes, Beth Aigner, Cindy Krieger, Laura Kahn, Mona Howard, Rosanne Espar, and Kathy Lyness. Center: Kim Liles. Pep Band, Row One: Paul Foreman, Mark Gresla, Randy Fekete, Brad Whitmore, Noel Carlson, Mark Valentine. Row Two: Dana Marlatt, Barbara Hogg, Pam Carter, Teresa Babbitt, Dena Slisher, Lynn Gross, Lynn Cantwell, Phil Geleske, Brad Black, Devoe Slisher, Pat Wenzel Row Three: Dale Sjoberg, John Janasiak, Dave Lisak, Bill Hogg, Rob Thompson, Jon Hilberg, Tom Martin, Mike Brandon, Tom Orlowski, Don Montgomery, Larnf Wilson, Brett Syers, Dennis Saifer, Lou Vogel, Jazz- Rock Band: Fiow One: Pat Wenzel, Dave Armstrong, Phil Geleske, Bob Thompson, Paul Foreman, Noel Carlson. Bow Two: Brett Gilreath, Jon Hilberg, Mark Gresla, Mike Bixler, Dave Zeese, Devoe Slisher. Row Three: Mark Valentine, Greg Yeater, Mike Dempsey, Lynn Cantwell, Dena Slisher, Dennis Saffer, Bow Four: Dale Sjoberg, Scott Blamey, Lou Vogel, Larry Wilson, and Brett Syers. Row Five: Pam Carter, Teresa Babbitt, Dena Marlatt, and Emery Garwick. 148 Activities Flow One: K. Flint, E. Ainsworth, D. Hawthorne Row Two: M. Lau, T. Keltz, P. Kunkel Row One: D. l-lart, D. Colwell, M. Paslaski, S. Storey D. Glancy, T. Miller, T. Van Geason, C. Zerbe. Row Two: C. Conley, A. Smith, K. Sterchi, E. Williams, W. Kelley D. Gillon, C. Alvarado, J. Alvarado, S. Lind, V. Foster D. McLean. Row Three: M. Grinston, L. Young, A Young, K. Anderson, W. Thompson, D. Saffer, D. Block T. Levine. E. Tvler, V. Nichols, T. Thomas 1 i Chorus Swings Into Action This year the chorus consisted of three groups: Mixed Chorus, Swing Choir, and A Capella. These groups sang at various assemblies, as well as performances outside of school to raise money for robes and music. With the help of Mr. Timberlake, the chorus performed well throughout the year. Our orchestra also performed at a number of school programs, including assemblies and the-Scholarship Awards Program. For their small number, they sounded surprisingly well. Starting Flight, Clockwiser Mixed Chorus. Mary Bohmer, chorus. Bernadette Nichols, chorus. Swing Choir. A Capella. Orchestra. sg- Q sggtmsfgs, . xt? 'W-2 iii if ' f 3' 1 f 2' E . 113 iicc . ig g6. VN: A f rl f. ti' "lu-l ssci .ith .. an W" ml Flow One: C. Richmond, L. Fries. Flow Two: P. Peterson, H Mitchell, P. Day. Row Three: M. Bruner, J. Hales, M. Mazac Row Four: R. Callahan, l, Smith, A. Perry, l.. Young. Row Five: T. Ashley, C, Henderson, Fl. Grinston. Row Six: l.. Shenny D, Deal, C. Fleming, C, Byrd. Flow Seven: M. Simmons, A. Kiner ,fn ll ll ilu, i A J .l ggujxggkil ,L l ,, 4 , A '1..V I f rw l A l a 1 .. Tn:-.Q aging., '-m.,,m J. Alvarado, T. Johnson, L. Young, S. Storey, P. Geleske, K. Sterchi, C. Alvarado, M. Lau, D. Hart, K. Anderson, D. Block, M. West. 55 ' Q- . .S ' 2- Aclivities 149 Elected Students Represent Classmates This year's Student Council made a few imaginative innovations as well as sponsoring and preserving some of Elston's traditional activities. They dreamed up and sponsored the playing of music over the public address system during the passing periods. lt was also the Council who was responsible for the continuance of dances by helping with behavior control. Another task which they undertook was the organization of the Homecoming ceremonies and the procurement of convertibles for the parade. Members of the Council were elected by their fellow students. There were ten representatives from each class, along with all class officers. The Council also elected its own officers. Meetings were generally held once a month, and members worked to demonstrate the value of student government. S, i 1. i ff' TOD to BOffOf77.' P. GOldb9l'Q, D. VVlS6fTt3ft, M. Blxler, T, Magalkav D, Saffery B, Gilreath, C. Davis, M. Gabriele, N. Wipperman, T. Dunne, T. Dittmer, V. Byrd, K, Dolson, B. Smith, D, Michaels, L. Brown, M. Baumgartner, S. Barr, J. Saturday, B. Holmes, M. l-lart, D. Rurnsey, K. Watkins, J. Bingo, D. Dysard, M. Ginthner, T. Branch, E. Garwick, D. Sipes, I. Baumgartner, L. Leffler, A, Armour, Mr. Bowie. 150 Activities Honor Students Provide Needed Services The 1975 Elston Sr. High National Honor Society was a group of students representing the most active and achieving students of our school. The sponsor of the club, Mr. Kervvin, said, "The club tried to organize the accomplished students of the school into a group that functioned within itself to serve the community and 1 N . school." Their projects included at V, y .v A Parents' Night, Back-to-School Night, Homecoming, the Salvation Army food drive at Christmas, and ushering at various activities, as well as a field trip for participating members. Starting Above, Clockwise: Bob Florio, president, Toni Alvarado, Laura Stachowski, Honor Society. National Honor Society. Student Council. Mr. Bowie, council sponsor. Alex Armour, vice-president, Bev Scholl, secretary, Dave Block, president. Phil Goldberg, Student Council. Mr. Kerwin, Honor Society sponsor. Left to Right, Bottom to Top: S. Summers, L. Schaeffer, L. Cleveland, S. Smith, G. Wandrey, D. Bootcheck, N. Mershon, K. Sterchi, K. Rusboldt, C. Nazimek, N. Dabkovvski, E. Mr. Kervvin, L. Smith, P. Shagdai, D. Slisher, Nl. West, L. Schlaak, B. Whitmore, L. Sabo, R. Espar, P. Davis, D. Mull, Siegmund, E. Trojan, K. Gardner, J. Alvarado, L. Cantwell, C. McConnell, J. Hilberg, C. Nazimek, K. Dolson, L. Stachowski, T. Alvarado, P. Bould. Activities 151 152 Activities A number ot students participated in our three business-oriented clubs this year. The clubs vvere DECA CDistributive Education Clubs of Americab, VICA Cvocational Industrial Clubs ot Americaj, and OEA COttice Education Association of lndianaj. They were sponsored by Mr. Dry, Mr. Clevenger, and Mrs. Galles, respectively. The clubs encouraged students' enthusiasm in the area of business study and prepared them tor competition in regional, state, and national level business contests. Starting Right, Clockwise: DECA. Gail Vllandrey, Crowe Chizek, and Co. Jim Zavvacki, B and E Marina. VICA. OEA. k I Y.P --Q. ' Im- I ' 1 .cr- DECA, Row One: C. Turley, C. Schroeder, J. Berry. Row Two: R. Pasky, G. Eaton, L. Spang. T. Davis, N. Dabkowski. Fiow Three: J. Gillette, R. Dompke, P. Woltor, D. Pawlowski, C. Smith. OEA, Row One: G. Wandrey, M. Wozniak, C. Zilski, G. Smith, P. Shagdai M. Leedy, M. Reeves. Row Two: C. Johnson, L, Dittmar, K. Levvis, C Schaeffer, J. Dingle-r, L. Rehtorik. Row Three. F. Denecho, L. Bowers L. Nowiel, T. Tennison, S. Shepperson, D. Jenkins, Mrs. Callas w-it Business Clubs Provide lob Experience VICA, Row One: Mrs. Mills, N. Crabb, J. J. Schaaf, M. Hensell, T. Koch, J. Jackson. Trubee, S. Guillen, J. Riley, P. Davis, Mr. RowFour:T. Hyer, G. Johnson, J. Jesko, B. Clevenger. Row Two: S. Smith, K. Gregory, Coy, R. Hussey. Row Five: D. Criswell, J. E. Schlaak, J. Hunt, P. Davis. Row Three: Reed, S. Burgess, M. Muckway, J. Zawacki. Activities 153 154 Activities Clubs Promote Foreign Culturalization Starting Right, Clockwlse: German Club. Mr Hibbs, German sponsor, Mrs. Croft, Spanish sponsor. French Club. Spanish Club. - ,i giius J, SPANISH CLUB, Row One: V. Vinson, D, Zeese, Mrs. GERMAN CLUB, Flow One: Mr. Hibbs, K. Flint, J. Leaman, Croft, P. Wiegand, S. Smith, L. Siegmund, M. Ginthner, P. Wenzel, H. Lohse. Row Two: Fi. Piper, E. Garwlck, Miss E. Griggs. Row Two: S. Smidt, P. Smith, K. Downey, L. Bitterman, C. Weaver, B. Aigner, Fl. Bruce, P. Hammil, Cantwell, T. Alvarado, B. Chinski, M. D'Donnell, L. K. Downey, M. Baumgartner. Row Three: B. Gabbert, C. Weaver, S. Schultz, P. Wiencek. Flow Three: S. Mitchell, C. Chambers, L. Collins, D. Krause, C. Zerbe, Schlicker, B, l-logg, D. Karm, L. Clevland, K. Gardner, J, Oelsohlager, M, Nichols, Row Fourg M, Brockway, A, D. Stahoviak, S. Bombich, J. Morse, J. Dombrowski, Yanke, P, Koch, S, Florio, L, Smith, L, Kahn, L, Kramer, D, D. Dysard, B. Poplawski, B, Flobinette, J. Jones. Baugher, C. Krieger, D. Mershon. Language clubs this year tried to increase student morale and motivation for learning a foreign language and something ot the foreign country, as well as provide an opportunity to socialize with other language students. Fund-raising projects were also carried out to help support the Honors Program and other school-oriented travel and study programs. French, Spanish and German clubs were sponsored by lvlrs. Ganster, Mrs. Croft, and Mr. l-libbs, respectively. Row One: K. Watkins, L. Haughtington, L. Kohn. Pow Two: C. Becherer, K. Sterchi. Pow Three: Mrs. Ganster, L. Wilson, M. Bixler, P. Kunkel. D. Marlatt, Mrs. Callaway. Row Four: D. Bootcheck, B. Holmes, D, Graham, C. Phillips. Row Five: R. Poplavvski, D, Sipes, M. Lau, K. Cuyler, T. Dunne. ma Activities 155 156 Activities Clubs Carry Out Calculated Plans The purpose of the Slide Rule Club vvas to learn howto read the slide rule and use it in mathematical calculations. The club vvas sponsored by Mr. Lockridge, in his last year at Elston, and they met every tvvo vveeks after school. Members ofthe Math Club vvorked hard Thursdays after school, to prepare for contests and standardized tests. The head of the Math Department, Mrs. l-legg, sponsored the club. Included in the cIub's special activities were outside speakers on careers in mathematics and related subjects. SLIDE RULE CLUB: S. McGeady, N. Goggins, MATH CLUB, Row One:J, Morse, Pl. Smith, S. Zaknoen, Row Two: Mrs. G. Lovvry, D. Zeese, H. Wiegand, Mr. Lockridge, l-legg, P. Wiegand, M. Lau, J. Dombrovvski, L. Kramer, K. Kuzmaul, T. Tanski, Students Explore Science Fields Mr. Dehne, head ofthe Science Department, sponsored the Science Club, The main purpose of the club was to encourage students interested in the field of science and provide them vvith interesting lectures and demonstrations in various areas of scientific knovvledge, The club's planning committee looked tor speakers not only among locally known scientists and professionals, but from our ovvn student body as vvell. ffl' Starting Left, Clockwise: Alex Armour, Dave McGowan, Laura Science Club. Math Club. Mr. Lockridge, Slide Flule sponsor. Nancy Goggins, Dave Zeese, Steve Mcfieady, Slide Flule meeting. Slide Rule Club. Mary West, Mr. Dehne, Science Club. ' A xkffl. Row One-:T. Kowalski, C. Nazimek, W. Miller, D. M. Cuello, R. Smith, E. Summers, P. Wiegand, McCollum, lvl, West, D. Rumsey, Row Two:S. Smith, C. Nazimek, S. Zaknoen, lvlr. Dehne, K. Sterchi. Cleveland, Science Club demonstration. Activities 157 Senior Class sponsors, Mrs. Croft and Mr. Warner, sponsored the new Senior Sign Company, whose purpose was to cover as much of the third floor as possible with posters to encourage our teams. Another fairly new club, the Bible Club, was sponsored by Mrs. Showalter, with the help of Mrs. E. Smith. Members worked toward a better understanding and knowledge of the Bible. Starting Right, Clockvvise: Bible Club. George Johnson, Kendra Cuyler. Student Store. Earth Club. Senior Sign Company. Joan Alvarado, Lynn Cantwell. 158 Activities Clubs Inspire Spirit o .warn i l BIBLE CLUB: Mrs. Showalter. S, Macalka, SENIOR SIGN COMPANY: D. Sipes, C. Nagel, K. Gast, M. Ramion, Ft. Landtroop, Mrs. Smith, T. Alvarado, J. Alvarado, L. Cantwell, K. Gardner. r 5, 5 W 3.1 :4 '1' 'f Kf,x.6Pf':f1f Clubs Conserve And Commercialize Elston's Earth Club met every other Friday after school, The goal of the club was to "learn of and keep informed on the condition ofthe environment," said Mr. Schvvab, the club's sponsor. Members ofthe club also read books and held discussions OH related subjects. The Student Store, sponsored by Mr. Lockridge, provided students with paper, pens, pencils, folders, cough drops, Kleenex and many other supplies necessary to the survival of Elston students throughout the year. E-,L EARTH CLUB, Left to Right: N. Mershon, M. West, K. Dolson, B. Graff, Mr. Schwab, STUDENT STORE: D. Bootcheck, P. Skonieczny, K. Sterchi, Ft. Piper, C. Chambers, J. Nelmar. L. Wilson, Mr. Lockridge, K. Gast. Activities 159 The Hall Monitors kept the halls ot Elston clear of wandering students. Giving up an hour ot each day, these students kept the hall noise to a minimum. J. Alvarado, M. Bamion, L. Sie-gmund, Mrs. Meer, T. Alvarado, WW Mrs. Smith, J. l-lampel, L. Bowen, S. Schlicker, S. Zaknoen. Students Minimize Noise Pollution The Library Assistants were kept busy this year helping Mrs. Meer with such jobs as taking attendance, checking out books and keeping things in order. 493' we ' l l 160 Activities Row One: K. Willard, T, Natale, K. Brown, B. Wallen, T. Crozier, J. Jesko, VV. Cross. Row Two: T, Lindborg, J. Gazarkiewicz, B, Pendergast, Fl. Clark, C. Russell, B. Peters, B. Collier, Mr. l-larbart. Ushers Integrate Sponsored by Mr. Bruemmer, Ushers were at all home football and basketball games throughout the year. Ushers helped in program distribution, traffic control, keeping the playing area clean, and helping fans to find their correct seats. This year Laura Cleveland and Dorothy I-lolda served as Elston's first girl ushers. Starting Below, Clockwise: Ushers. Hall Monitors. Dahlites. Karl Schmitt, hall monitor. Eddie Tyler, usher. Mr. Hans, Mike Grinston. Mr. Bruemmer, D. Holda, B. Woodard, T. Dunne, C. Milsap, E. Tyler, M. Grinston, P. Cavanaugh, R. Clark, K. Berk, L. Cleveland, M. Griffin, B. Stark. Activities 161 Q --an-w Office Messengers, Occupations Building Assistants and Counselors Assistants found themselves traveling the halls to collect attendance, deliver call-out slips, or just run errands. Often they were busy at such tasks as filing, answering the telephone and typing. 162 Activities Row One: L. l-lull, C. Chambers, R Bould A. Lawhorn, P. Lewis, J. Lawson, C. Marksi Row Two: D. Pheimlling, R. Swanson, K Novak, D. Michaels, L. Bixler, L. Davies L. Przbvlinskl, M. Bohmer, B. Neulieb Starting Above, Clockwise: Office Messengers. Loretta Przybyllnski, office messenger. Dave Ftumsey and Tim Kowalski, A.V. Phil Geleski, A.V. A.V. Club. Counselor, assistants. MUST BE lN THiS Row One: C. Dawson, S. Leatherwood, R Esper, S. Werner, B. Graff. Row Two Mrs. Troyer, K. Ffueter, A. Driggs, C Mitchell, K. Novak, K. Sosinski. 'H Messengers And A.V. Execute ital Tasks Audio Visual assistants prepared transparencies and master copies for tests. With the instruction of lVlr. Laux, Audio Visual assistants performed vital tasks for Elston. Students prepared transparencies and master copies for classroom use. They also taped various television shows and played them on the school's closed circuit system and scheduled and delivered M: films and filmstrips. Row One: V, Williams, L. Powell. N. Parks. How Three: D, Sipes, B. Row Two: D. Weinig, S. West, D. Weber, S. Blamey, B, Bates, J. Sobecki, Ludington, D. Tharp, S. Trunk, C. Cooper, C. Nagel, Ft. Berks, Mr. Laux. Activities 163 Canteen And Concessions Canteen workers catered to student gastronomical desires by vending snacks and tidbits on each lunch hour. Senior and junior girls forfeited their study halls to set up and retail their wares. Mr. Dehne donated his time to sponsor the canteen and do the necessary paperwork behind such a mammoth operation. Starting Right, Clockwise: Mr. Dehne, Canteen Sponsor. Barbara Robinson, Jr. Concessions. Basketball Jr. Concessions. Football Jr. Concessions. Canteen. , 164 Activities L. Baugher, L. Burnham, B. Gabbert, T. Alvardo, J. Alvardo, L. Young, Mr. Dehne Curb Munchies At any major sporting event through- out the school year, Bed Devil fans could depend on Mr. Hans' intrepid workers to supply the necessary confectionery for the fans to maintain their roaring spirits. About 35 juniors turned out at each game to vend their wares. Their reward for hours of work was an occasional glimpse of the games during breaks. Row One: D. Drzewiecki, C. Chambers, B. Graff, L. Przybylinski, M. Ginther, D. Talbert, S. Werner, C. Marks, L. Davies. Flow Two: M. Hensell, D. Dysard, N. Wipperman, L. Wolod, S. Zaknoen, J. Schultz, V. Vinson, Fl. Swanson, P. Wiegand. Row Three: S. Storey, J. Dombrowsky, L. Kraemer, M. Bamion, C. Alvarado, B. Weber, L. Hull, M. Lau, M. Carter, K. Gast, P. Koch, P. King, Mr. Hans. ...1.sf..ff. J. I I In Row One: D. Drzewiecki, C. Chambers, B. Graff, L. Przybylinski, M. Ginther, Kuszmaul, M, McCrindle, M. Carter. Row Three: D. Dysard, J. Dombrowsky, D. TalbertE. Walters, S. Werner, C. Marks, L. Davies. Ftow Two: S. Storey, N. L. Kraemer, C. Alvarado, B. Weber, M. Lau, B. Gabbert, K. Gast, D. Wipperman, L. Wolod, S. Zaknoen, D. Hart, J. Schultz, D. Reed, K. Michaels, P. Wiencek, Mr. Hans. Activities 165 166 Activities fp- HAT? - ' . i Girls Do Time lvirs. Meer sponsored the Swim Timers, a group ot girls who helped out when the swim team had a home meet. They timed and recorded each event and provided 1 the score table with results. Starting Fight, Clockwise: Rosanne Espar, Kim Hosna, swim meet. Cindy Edling, Mr. Kerwin, Duncan McCollum, Ed Summers, ski lesson. Bowling Club. Ski Club. Swim Timers. ,1- 'AN Flow One: R. Espar, K. i-losna, L. Kramer, G. Jones Row Two: Mrs. Meer, J. Schmitt, S. Werner, B Gabbert, D. Scholl, L. Schaeffer Clubs Improve Skills Lack ot snow made for lack of skiing this winter. Because of the weather, the Ski Club only took a few trips to the slopes. However, in early February the club planned to head north to take on bigger and better slopes. The Bowling Club, sponsored by Mr. Evett, traveled to the bowling alley every Tuesday and Thursday for a few hours ot fun. For thirty weeks, they gained experience and improved their scores. The annual Holiday Tournament took place during Christmas vacation. Row One: L. Haughtington, J. Womack, L. Collins, D. Baugher. Bow Two: C. Burkhart, P. Wienciek, L. Levine, C. Jackson, C. Jesse, L. Powell, K. Gardner. Row One E Summers D McCollum D Talbert L Yorkey L Smith Edling B Scholl L Cleveland,A. Drlggs, M.Valentine. Row Three: Fl Thompson B Holmes C Cordray N Goggins M Stewart Row Mr Kerwin J lVlorse,S,VVillis, E.Walters, K. Novak, B,Smith, Two L Powell K Sterchl N Nlershon S Dulcet K Stewart C T Levine M West K. Cuyler, L,Stachowski, K, Gardner, Fl.Vaughn. Activities 167 Cheerblock Cheers Champs The Boys' Cheerblock, under the direction of Mr. Mark, showed great enthusiasm at every home basketball game. Many ot the members participated in pre-game retreats at which they prepared forthe games. They had their own cheers which showed their feeling toward the referees as well as the opposing teams. This club also provided the stripper tor the basketball games. ..',f ,,,,.:,,,. ii, , 4 - ' - 168 Activities Row One: K. Higdon, B. Lake, D. LaFlocco, G. Yeater, T. Natale, T. Bauer, J, Meding, J, Saturday H. Wiegand, D. Kuzmaul, K. Gallas, Row Two: J. B. Essling, K. Gardner. Row Three: Mr. Mark, J Peckat, B. Wiseman, T. Brindle, D. Rumsey, J. Davis, Morse, G, Green, K. Ball, T. VanEtten, M. Brockway M. McNew, M. Brown, B. Smith, P. Goldberg, D. Pantil, J. Nelmar, D. Pelligrini, VV. Miller, D. McCollum, D M. Yuhas, T. Carroll, S. Harlib, M. Costello, Franks, M. Darrow, K. Schmitt, B. Holmes, P. Skwiat Rote Teufels Vocalize For Victory The traditional initiation was kept this year for the RT's. Prospective members wore such things as bathing caps, red noses, and bibs. The club had its own seating section at basketball games and helped arouse spirit at less crowded events such as wrestling and swimming meets. The RT Formal took place at the Red Lantern lnn in February. Mr. Harbart's Danceables provided the music for the affair. This is the only formal for which the girls invited the guys. Starting Left, Clockwise: Kendra Cuyler, RT Initiate. Jeanne Dingler, Jody Epstein, Cathy Bartels, Debbie Bootcheck, RT Officers. Myra Sobecki, RT lnitiate. Boys' Cheerblock. Rick Blank, Basketball Game. A L T ,1- Activities 169 - H, 7 Feminine Talent Seeks Expression Tri-Hi-Y is an organization set up by the YMCA for senior high girls. Meetings are held twice a month at the Once members, the girls can come to the "Y" any time to swim, play basketball or use any of the other facilities there. Also, once a year a Youth and Government program is held for anyone interested in learning how our government is run. This is offered at all "Y's" in Indiana. Future Homemakers of America is the national organization of home economics students. Membership is voluntary and all Elston students taking a home economics course are eligible to join. The overall goal of the organization is to help its members improve personal, family and community living, as well as the development of occupational competencies. '77 TRI-Hi-Y: Row One: S. Schmidt, L. l-laudington, C. Vangemeren, E. Howe. Row Two: M. O'Donnell, T. Dittmer, M. Gabriele, N. Grennes. Row Three: C. Burkhart, C. l-loltgreen, S. Trunk, S. Dulcet. 76 TRI-I-ll-Y: Ffovv One: I.. Ellis, B. Blomberg, B. Graff, M. Hensell. Row Two:S. Bazia, D. Karm, B. Aigner, C. Chambers. Row Three: Ft. Swanson, K. Ott, K. Sosinski. 170 Activities Row One: J. Alvarado, P. Carter, C. Lindborg, P. Egle. Row Two: Mrs. Wenger, K. Stinchfield, J. Shepherd, D. Manske, T. Alvarado, C. Alvarado. Spirit Raises Hope . f is QQPQQY Starting Left, Clockwise: Paulette Harvel, Pep Session. Pep Session Committee. Future Homemakers of America. '76 Tri-Hi-Y, '77 Tri-Hi-Y, The purpose ofthe Pep Session Committee was to set up and organize each pep session. They explored ideas for competitive games which would be entertaining and at the same time involve students. They took into account any specific theme for a particular pep session. All three classes were represented in the club. D. Sipes, S. Schlicker, P. Harvel, L. Davies, K. Cuyler, P, King, J. Alvarado, L. Burnham, T. Alvarado, L, Bixler, C. Krieger, H, Lohse, N. Goggins, D, Stahoviak, K. Watkins, B, Hills 172 Activities .. at ee tux E i": f 155215 raw.-W ' This year, the Ice Skating Club was in its first year of formal organization. It started as a branch of the Michigan City Ice Skating Association. Sponsored by Mrs. Brubeck, the club had about twenty members. Throughout the year they skated at the lcebox and Notre Dame Athletic and Convocation Center in South Bend. Skaters Improve Skills F Q- X 22:53 be . .sem . , Q so . . . - ,S it .1 1 .-11... , v 5 . . 1- .1 "T Q fig, K W Flow One: C. Striebel, P. Davis, P. Kelly, H. Lohse, N. Mershon, L. Yorkey, S. Dulcet. Row Two: Mrs. Brubeck, K. Cuyler, M. Lau, P. Davis, C. Black, C. Alvarado. , -Mm. A .544 ! 1 nm." , . 'W do 'T .Y -gg-sk D Hockey Club Organizes A new organization at Elston, the Hockey Club was a combination of Rogers and Elston students vvho shared an interest in ice hockey. Coached by volunteer Dick Goggins, the "Blades" showed much promise. Although the team had a losing season, Coach Goggins reported that there would be many bright prospects for the upcoming year. Starting Below, Clockwise: Hockey Club. .Jim Wolavka C721 goalie Mark Piotrowski. Mark Werner 1685. Ice Skating Club. Patty Davis, Nancy Mershon, Heide Lohse, Carol Black, Matt Lau, ice skating. f . - ...iw Row One: P. Scherilli, D. Murray, B. Hoffman, P. Fithian, M. Batkys, S. Tuznik, P. Grudavich, J. Wolavka. Row Two: M. Piotrowski, M. Werner, A. Scabinski, P. Wallen, A. Jube, J. Goggins, H. Westbrook, B. Cullather, G. Levendowski. it Activities 173 174 Activities -:mn-'--'-Y' Starting Right, Clockwise: Laura Cleveland and friends, Mexico. Museum of Anthropology, Mexico. Lori Siegmund and friends, Colombia. Terry Dunne in Carnac, France. Castle in Bretagne, France. Mary West and friends, Germany. . is ,.,.. C X was .. 1 wif-Q X l, Elston Represented By Overseas Ramblers Foreign language students from the class of '75 participated last summer in various study and travel programs around the world. Elston was represented in South America by Peggy Stark in Brazil, with the American Field Service, and Laura Cleveland and Lori Siegmund, with the International Fellowship Service, in Mexico and Colombia. In Europe were Terry Dunne and Mary West, in France and Germany, with the l.U. Honors Program. Susie Smidt and Jeannie Schmitt were also in Europe with private programs. Other Elston Students traveling on their own inthe States and abroad were: Alex Armour in Colorado, Alan l-leckendorn, bikehiking from Seattle to New York and Canada, and Dave McGowan and Sam Willis freewheeling across Europe. Activities 175 This ad is brought to you by ,S , A, year and getting "'75" the highest on a portion of the Senior Class, The the smoke stack as juniors. This year Class of 1975 has hoped to leave an the Senior Class has tried its utmost to impression on the future elaggeg of disassemble the "Senior Slide." It has Elston. '75 has left some Q been stashed away in the minds of ' ' distinguishable marks, such as classes past. So let's leave it there! winning the Squeeze in our sophomore Thaswmclass of '75 1-"Mx if if 1 . . ff I ww ,Q X GJ .C a-v -u-1 F5 cn :- GJ .Q L. 'U .Q GJ .C l- N. GJ N 1. O '4- be 'U FB CD 2 OD C N .C U andle all oh I ed RBER SHOP are train BA T ET U RQ J MA I-Ll r girls as well as guys. 0 new styles, f he I l l ith Pictured are the Marquette Barbers along w er, ITIITI Brue an fm n Mr. Stormin' N0 Elst0n's ow K I f Q T 1 l 3 alters, Cory Foster, Loretta W Eva 5 E F5 vu 'U C fu QE Pryzbylins T 5 U 5 Q-.20 .C .2 CID l.l.l I-l-I l.l-l all E It que al' X l .AX .ab ,QA f Ads 177 Lorna Moenkhause deposits her money with Michelle Shaia at MICHIGAN CITY SAVINGS AND LOAN, the bank that is still paying "the most" in interest. The employees at M.C.S.L., 2000 S. Franklin St., keep the reputation ot having the friendliest service since 1885. Hungry for a special treat? Try one ot Cathy McConnelIts super ice cream cones, like the one she's serving to Chris Floames. Open all year around in the Marquette Mall, you're sure to love one of BRESSLEFTS 33 different tlavors. Beth Aigner and Bob Smith tound exactly vvhat they were looking for in trail bikes at VVAGNERS CYCLE SI-IOP, 2013 E. Michigan Blvd. Wagnerts has a vvide variety ot bikes and accessories, and their bikes are backed with efficient service and parts on hand. MARY JANE LUCAS extends her sincere wishes of good luck to the class of 1975 in all they do. Ms. Lucas is pictured with two of her voice students, . Karen Sterchi and Mary West. 178 Ads is ., . BANANA S 'is We fam EXCEED QQQXESLEQKQU fLettt5 3 Sis?-.?f.lQ3,.E. 33 - . m .mmnlm mmm W malmmmm -my mmm 5 W ann! 3 Financial futures start here W, , J,,,,.em.-fwee, f rf :sigma i :fm ff f I 'M .,.. W H Neee - I I I I ,. , l 'W if in Q lf f : I 5 A I ff lui "' ' B 1, ' L Mawr M an 2 .. f' 1 " ? Wlfflwiifrif ,, , gr ' '-ff , ' Q ii I ff ' w"' A+ , . w . ... A . A , igg... ' ' -- You should see us now. . . CITIZENS l BANK I ll llllI lNlllllI I 1. --.1-lui--'u-wrlbr-xiii' un vrvnw -. n w- l u wlwu-wus: wwfw I- ull-1"::,' I I l I lllliiiillil ll .l IIISEI B I .1.e1Pf.fgae 5.71 Il " ,R-'Q 'f 1, IVIICHIGAN CITY, INDIANA Barker Road - Long Beach - Trail Creek LaCrosse - Rolling Prairie - Westville Laura Cleveland and Doug Pavvlovvski for Citizens Bank. i AGS The reflections of Connie Jasnievvski are even more becoming as she selects her spring and summer wardrobe. The LADIES SHOP carries all types ot clothing for any time of the year, from summer sportswear to warm winter coats. Visit the LADIES SHOP on the corner of 7th and Franklin Sq. co1i1P1,iMisN'rs or' ,-AF V X "S L xx Jaw, gl. 'fr L Y ", llf ill " Q ' Ziff' 'Uri lllim M, tai 1 ,Ks ' - . 1' 4 -. 7 . 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The NEVVS-DISPATCH, VERNIER CHINA CO., and STEEPFRO SHELL SERVICE STATION vvant to extend their congratulations to the class of 1975, and to Wish them well in all their tuture endeavors. Ads BLOCKSO MP SEARS has everything you need in stereo equipment. As Rick Blank listens, Lori Siegmund tunes in his favorite radio station. SEARS also handles a wide selection of albums 8-track tapes, and cassettes. For your complete sound system, stop in at SEARS in the Marquette Mall. BLOCKSOM St CO., manufacturers of upholstering supplies, is located at 406 Center Street in Michigan City. Pictured for BLOCKSOM are Gretchen Smith, Dan Franks, and Tom Van Etten. MERTL MOTORS INC., located at 824 E. 1 ith St., deals vvith Chrysler - Plymouth sales and service. Salesmen Rich Palm, Leon Clark, and Jim Sappentield proudly display an all-new 1975 Chrysler. Come to MERTL MOTORS for a look at both new and used cars. 1 Ads 181 182 Ads we wear alotta different hats! COMPLETE GRAPHIC SERVICES IYRESETIINO OEESEIPRINIINO I' CAMERA WORK BINDERY RIIDTDSTATS, g STITQRING LAYOUIS I PLATENILAKINO IIIIW!fX 3Nf EOIOIYPOSITOR I HEADLINES STRIPPINO ,I FINISHED ART 'I XEROX , WEDDINGINVIIAIIONS ff' NECSAIIVES , ILLUSIRAIION COLLAIINO I DESIGN HALETONES I LETIERPRESS LINE DRAWINGS POSTERS ,I DIE CUTTING ,I BROCITIURES l KEYLININO I' SILVERPRINIS COEEEE ,I EOLDING,EIC. Kb I. 4.4-Wm? 'T-RW, TRI-STATE III, --A NC lilllw PRINTING, I . I Eeefee GRAPHICARTSCENTER ' 55" 113 YORK STREET IIN I IQ MICHIGAN CITY, INDIANA4636o . xx K1 Vial' 77 Die' PHONE TR 4-3416 llllllwll' Pat Skonieczny, Cindy Turley, and Cindy Schroeder model the latest in fashion at NEWMAN'S in the Marquette Mall. Located at U.S. 20 and Ohio Street, ARNO ADHESIVE TAPES, lNC., is one of Michigan City's largest industries. Bev Scholl and Tom Davis know that the people at FOX JEVVELERS in the Marquette Mall take the time in helping you make important decisions in choosing your class ring. Ads 183 184 Ads lf you need any type of help starting that garden, planting the hedge, or burying those tulip bulbs, let the GARDEN AND FLOWER CENTER, 3127 E. Michigan Blvd., help you in all your gardening needs. Dennis and Sharon Safter knovv that a good home needs proper electrical care. ATOM ELECTRIC takes care ot all your electrical needs from light bulbs to correct vviring. Switch over to ATOM ELECTRIC, located at 219 Allen St. There's alvvays one that soars above the rest, ln class rings, announcements, diplomas, club pins, medals and trophies, that one is BALFOUR, Americas first jewelry manufacturer - and still the finest. The BALEOUR representative tor Elston is Mr, Jim Bell. JEWEl.RV'S FINEST CRAFTSMEN ,L Y TQ' may New PH,872 FLANIGAN TIRES INC. Jak' lv ,., .Q l-lome of the Tire Specialists Distributors for: Dayton Tires Michelin Tires Gould Batteries Moog Replacement Monroe Shocks Complete Wheel Service Brakes - Front End Rebuilding l-li-Speed Balancing 130 W. Sixth Street Sophomores and juniors, undecided on whom to see about buying your class ring? HERFF JONES, who comes to Elston each year for sales, is the one to see. From aawide selection you can find a ring that pleases you. For that special look in guy's apparel, BLAKE'S in the Marquette Mall is the place to go. Former Red Devil star Larry Kniola vvill be there to assist you. ElNl-lORN'S TOWN AND COUNTRY has what young girls are looking for in today's clothes. It has a wide variety of junior and misses . it sportswear, coats, and formal e I ll It wear. ElNHORN'S is conveniently 0 r It S located inthe Marquette Mall. TOWN AND COUNTRY Ads 185 Get your money's Worth at SMlTl-l'S SHOES in the Marquette Mall. Pictured is Cindy Osos purchasing a pair of shoes from salesman, Steve Neulieb. GENERAL CONSTRUCTION, builders ot industrial, commercial, and public works projects, is located at the corner ot 2nd and Spring Streets in Michigan City. See GENERAL CONSTRUCTION tor all your building needs. Norine Muckvvay, Dennis Sheppard, and John Berry take a test drive in the nevv 1975 Buick Electra 225. For a closer look at a variety ot Buicks, come dovvn to BILL SHERMAN BUICK at 3309 W. Michigan Blvd. Wouldn't vou really rather? 186 Ads MICH! C INC G DEVICES INC MANUFACTURER OF nv F Windshield Wipers, Washers, and Chassis Lubricators SAFETY STARTS WITH SEEING Sprague Devices Inc. 500 Huron St. With the guidance of good salesmen, Jamie Long and Kathy Oriowski relax in the luxury of the new 1975 Granada, knowing they won't be steered wrong with a good deal from the people at HIRSCH FORD, 3930 S. Franklin. With 5 out of 12 months of cold weather, the people at WEIL-MCLAIN, located on Blain St., keep on their toes keeping our toes warm with the latest in hot air and hot water systems. at--ff I l P 1 its There's something about the Colonel's secret recipe for tried chicken that keeps everyone coming back for more. Michelle Nichols and Linda Yorkey satisfy their appetite at KENTUCKY FRIED CHICKEN, located at 1701 Michigan Blvd. For carry- outs or catering service, stop in or phone them at 879-0303. Tony Branch and Tim Korn know when DeMolay, prom time or any special dress occasion comes along, that Jett Vernon at the TUX SHOP in the Marquette Mall vvill help in selecting the perfect tux. Rent an adventure. Visit the TUX SHOP. For over 90 years, SCHOLI. DAIRY COMPANY has been serving Michigan City vvith their duality dairy products. SCHOLI. DAIRY is located at 1320 Highvvay 212, here in Michigan City. VVOODRUFF St SONS INC., 2125 E. US. Hvvy. 12, serving Michigan City and surrounding towns vvith jobs such as demolition, site-development, grading and excavating, lives up to their motto: "We Move the Earth." Ads 189 190 Ads f 3' WW gwf MMwiEi'2f07'7 9 we've made service part of our name! UIZIYICC Mlm N it sl f K Pictured is the new CITIZENS BANK at 500 Franklin Square, built by TONN AND BLANK, INC., using the "construction management" method. . .a totally new vvay to build. TONN 84 BLANK Building a better Michigan City for Over 50 years. Compliments Of SU LL IR CORPOR TIO Y'S CURPUR TIO MILTON-ROY COMPANY The Datsun 260 Z seems to impress a lot of people - especially Gayle Jones and Mike Edling. If you're looking for a nice car just for you, see the people at LESTER JONES DATSUN, SALES AND SERVICE, 1227 E. Michigan Blvd. Go in style. Go Datsun! Air compressers and other industrial equipment, which help industry and economy move, are manufactured at the SULLAIR CORPORATION at 3700 East Michigan Blvd, Many of the intricate and sophisticated instruments used in our everyday life, at school and at work, are designed, built and marketed right here in Michigan City by the HAYS CORPORATION at 742 E. 8th St. Ads Take a load oft your feet in a reclining chair at DELANEY'S FURNITURE, 710 Franklin Square. Rob Wagner, Laura Davies, Torn Martin, and Mary West relax comfortably in soft, cushioned recliners atter a rougn day at school. Come to DELANEY'S to try one and you won't want to leave without it. Located at 613 Franklin Square, ROWLEY'S FAMILY SHOE STORE nas the Dexter Boots Mary Hunt and Dianne Siegel are looking for. ROWLEY'S has quality name brand footwear for guys and girls in many styles and sizes. SUBURBAN LANES, 2820 E. Michigan Blvd. is a place vvnere friends come together for an evening of fun. Snovvn are Laura Stacnovvski and Sue Eldridge in a contest of bowling skills. 192 Ads it it m 'k ki ta f.- .M .... Q, ,T ,A ..., . at--,W ,x., e-as ..,.., '?s?fS"F H A K "" 1.fifff2z1 ii - , r A af. If fl, ' l Q 3 F T if :gi x gg' sits L FIRST BANK A FRIEND IN DEED FIRST MERCHANTS NATIONAL BANK 515 Franklin Square Karwick Plaza Marquette Mall Eastgate Plaza Since 1873, First Merchants National Bank has served Michigan City for all banking needs. They have long provided everyone with more services than just savings accounts. Above, Sam Willis and JoAnn Biley learn about making deposit slips, writing checks, and balancing an account. A personal checking account proves to be invaluable to anyone. For college bound students, First Bank has something special in the way of checking accounts for you. Next, Sam and JoAnn get first-hand information on loans from the loan department. The people at First Bank will work out loan terms especially designed to fit your needs. Below, Sam and JoAnn browse through the travel brochures. First Bank has travel service at its Marquette Mall branch and at 515 Franklin Square. They provide information on low-cost vacation tours as well as making and confirming hotel and flight reservations for you. Go anywhere in the world and let First Bank help you at no charge. With all this service, just for you, First Bank is truly a friend in deed. Ads 193 194 Ads NORTHERN INDIANA PUBLIC SERVICE COMPANY fills complete gas and electrical needs of the Michigan City area. The people at NIPSCO congratulate EIston's 1975 graduating seniors and vvish them vvell in their future plans. Steve Wiseman and Paul School agree that GRlEGER'S CLOTHING STORE, at 525 Franklin Square, has the finest in men's apparel. GRIECERS has clothes for casual wear or formal dress, including Florshiem shoes and various men's accessories. Compliments to the Class of 1975 FRDM NORTHERN INDIANA PUBLIC SERVICE COMPANY MICHIGAN CITY, INDIANA IOSAM MA N U FACT U RI COMPANY, makers of plumbing and drainage parts, is located on C DMPA in Michigan City. MICHIGAN CITY INDIANA si r C .... A as , at Q s si WWQS Els ?t tt vga? 2 'Y :F X5 .f,, ig. :ff . ,: , 'AmKf1'1 fl Ll V a t K. t:V,xk L no .,.. ,.,,,,5: is . . Jn The Employees of Bethlehem Steel Extend Congratulations to the Elston Class of 1975 gem 'rum gr at Burns Harbor, Ind., Plant of Bethlehem Steel Corporation An Equal Oppportunity Employer Kim Dolson finds shopping easier and more convenient at JIIVVS FIESTA VILLA, Woodland Av. and l-lvvy. 20. With tvvo other stores located at 8th and Wabash Streets, and at Earl Road and Ohio, Jim's is one of Michigan City's largest independent supermarkets. Ads 195 Fine clothing, quality, and name brand items are just what Lissa Smith and Dean Jacobson found in the Men's department at CARSON PIERE SCOTT 81 CO. You can find good quality and service in all departments at Carsons. Located inthe Marquette Mall, Carsons is one of Michigan City's finest department stores. The photographers at DEAN STUDIOS, also known as Senior Portraits, Inc., ask you for your best smile when taking your school pictures. DEAN STUDIOS is located at 1900 E. US. Highway 20 in the Evergreen Plaza. Stop, till up, and go with the "SUPER SERVICE" at BlDDLE'S MOBILE SERVICE STATION. There's no waiting with the attendants ready to greet you as you drive up at BlDDLE'S at 2211 S. Franklin Street. M,C.E,A,, MICHIGAN CITY EDUCATION ASSOCIATION, believes that a better education is the only means to a successful life. JA Q SPDFQTSVVEAQ Mamma Q When Nancy tunes in on electronics she needs the right equipment. To catch the right wave length to high fashion Tony has paired up with the best, SANSABELT slacks by IAYMAR. Wherever Tony's ventures lead him after graduation, he can be sure to find IAYMAR slacks at more than 5000 retailers coast to coast, fand overseas, tool. I. M. RUBY Founder and Chairman of the Board BURTON B RUBY President .IAYNIAR-RUBY INC. A Michigan City Industry for over 50 years Ads 197 198 Ads A 'S TH RIFT-T-M RT 3822 S. Franklin St. 1424 E Michigan Blvd. ln many vvays, AUS THRIFT-T-MART knows hovv to keep its customers happy. One way is keeping the lowest possible prices on all its stock. Another is convenient service, seven days a vveek. And most important, the people give you fast, friendly service, HA smile in every aisle." Pictured are Nick 7, Y, - .-,,....., ,,,..... my Dabkovvski, Debbie' Bootcheck and Tom Orlovvski, just a fevv ofthe people at Al's vvho make your visit a pleasant one. Come in at 3822 S. Franklin Street or at 1424 E. Michigan Blvd. and shop the easy Thrift-T-Mart vvay. . 1 " , ,, 2, . ,. I ' 1 ,g - ' V , H, 1. . , .. ,-f 1 f ,f JE, :,i2?i1'Kl:Z-Mft l 137 lvlarty Yuhas is ready to go, but Pam Koch prefers the sky for her ceiling. The 1975 Pontiac Gran Ville Convertible is their ansvver, Convertibles are not extinct and the people at svvAnTzLANoEn iviorons, INC., 4411 E. Michigan Blvd., vvill prove it, Stop and take a look at the Gran Ville and all the other nevv 1975 Pontiacs and Cadillacs, Rosanne Espar and Dave Gunderson appreciate the beauty of plants and floral arrangements provided for us by SOLBEBG HOUSE OF FLOWERS, 731 Washington St. The area florists, Solberg, Wright, Ballard and Berg, are members of the Michigan City Florists Association - who help serve us better for our needs. Ads 199 LOOK UP AMERICA! You've Got the Real Thing! CGKEQ 202 index A Aigrger, Beth A. 63, 89, 146, 147, 154, 1 8 Ainsworth, Erin A. 148 Ainsworth, Michael K. 31 , 133 Akers, Mary D. 75, 89 Akers, Victor H. 89 Aldridge, Regina 133 Aldridge, Terrence 132, 133 Allen,LarryJ. 120,133 Allen, Timothy C. 67, 89, 107, 120, 121 Alvarado, Joan B. 30, 31, 100, 148, 149,151,158,160,164,170,171 Alvarado, Toni 1. 31, 100, 151, 154, 158,160,V164, 170,171 Alvarado, Diana E. 133 Alvarado, Cristina D. 74, 88, 89, 100, 148.149,165,170,172 Anderson, Kathy J. 89, 100, 148, 149 Armour, Alex D. 15, 20, 27, 31 , 32, 54, 144, 150, 157, 206 Armstrong, David W. 89, 107, 112, 113,125,146,147 Armstrong, Douglas 89 Armstrong, Jerry T. 31 Ashley, John D. 89 Ashley, Tonya L. 149 Ashmore, Debbie S. 133 Austin, Tom 107 Averitt, Russell C. 72, 89 Ayars, Daniel L. 119, 133 B Bailey, Barbara 133 Bailey, Diane 31 Baird, David A. 89 Baker, Kevin D. 133 Baiinao, Reuben M.89,11O,116,117 Ball, Kurt 31, 168 Bantz, Susan L. 89 Barkow, Cynthia 89 Barnes, Mickey D. 89 Barnes, Wayne L. 31 Barnes, Wendell W. 89, 110, 113 Barnett. Sylvia Denise 7,89 Barr, Renie 31 Ba1rgoSuzanne 98, 99, 133, 139, 141, Bartels, Catherine A. 31, 170 Barth, Wayne E. 133, 146 Bates, Bonnie A. 133, 163 Bauer, Lorri L. 89, 164 Bauer, Thomas 67, 89, 110, 168 Baugher, Debrat. 132,133, 154, 167 Baugher, Brenda A. 89 Baumgartner, iris R. 22, 31, 150 Baumgartner, Melissa 133, 150, 154 Bazia, Julie 31, 147 Bazia, Susan 89 Beach, Kenneth A. 133 Becherer, Cheryl L. 31, 155 Behrendt, Mark A. 89 Beiliuss, David L. 89 Bell, Nancy J. 89 Bell, Susan J. 133,146 Berg, John Thomas 31 Berg, Scott L. 31 Bergmann, Kurt 113, 121, 133 Berk, Kevin G. 89, 161 Berk, Susan K. 133, 147 Berks, Amy Elizabeth 31 Berks, Russ A. 133, 146, 163 Berry, John B.31,152, 186 Biege, Pamela 89 Bigda, Michael M. 89 Bigda, Stephen M, 133 Biggerstatt, Susan M. 133 Bivilgg Michael B. 133, 146, 147, 150, Bixlsr, Kenlynn G, 89, 146, 147,162, 1 1 Black, Brad D. 72, 89, 146, 147 Black, Carol A. 89, 172 Black, Timothy M. 89, 110 Blackburn, Steven 32 Blacksten, Debra L. 32 Blamey, William Scott 133, 146, 147, . 163 Blank, Richard F. 11, 32, toe, 145, 168, 181 Biash, Nedra K. 32 Block, David G. 12. 17, 22, 24, 30, 32, 148, 150 Student Index Blomberg, Becky L. 89, 147 Bock, Bonnie L. 89 Bogart, Terry I.. 133 Bohlim,Wayne A. 113, 115, 121, 132, 133 Bohmer, Cathy M. 89 Bohmer, Mary G.32, 149, 162 Bolka, Joseph F. 133 Bolka, Douglas L. 89 Bombich, Gary A. 32, 113 Bombich, Sharon K. 102, 133, 154 Bobggheck, David J. 89, 93, 107, 119. Bootcheck, Deborah J. 32, 151, 155, 159, 169, 198 Bootcheck, James M. 133 Boris, Barbara A. 133 Boroiov, Eugene A. 32 Borolov, Virginia 133 B0uld,'Rosernary 32,-151, 162 Bowen.-Linda M. 133, 160 Bowen, Carotyntvi. 89 . Bowers,'Susan M1133 Bowers,'Lynn'E. 32, 152 Boyer, MegR. 133 Bracken,.Pamela R. 133 Braddy, Deborah L. 133 Braddy, Scott 89 Bradford, Elizabeth B. 133 Bradway, Cynthia L. 133 Branch, Anthony D. 89, 105, 124, 125, 150. 189 Brandon, Michael C. 89, 146, 147 Brandt, Nancy L. 133 Brennan, Mark 89 Brindle, Timothy P.89,11O,113,120, 168 Brockway, Michael T. 33, 154, 168 Brown, Debra A33 Brown, Kevin F.133,160 Brown, Linda D,23,89,98,150 Broigvg, Michael W. 89, 109, 122, 123, Brown, Scott 133 Bruce, Rodney L.33,123, 154 Bruner, MargaretA. 89, 149 Bureau, Ada L. 133 Burgess, Sergeant K. 89 Burgess, Ronald G. 133 Burgess, Steve E. 72 Burkhart,,Cynthia K. 133, 167 Burnham, Elizabeth 89, 164, 171 Burreil, Dallas.E. 33, -1 13 Burrell, ,Dwane K. 33 Butzler, Julia.89 ' . Byrd, Carol E: 89,149 Byrd, David 133 Byrd, Vanessa J. 7, 33 C Cain, Kevin L. 33 Cain, Victor 89 Callahan, David R. 141 Callahan, Robin E. 133, 149 Calvin, Johnny 23,89,11O Calvin, Marsha L. 33 Cantwell, Lynnette A. 33, 146, 147, 151,154, 158,206 Carlson, Noel C. 89, 146, 147 Carroll, John Davenport 33. 113 Carroll, Mary J. 122, 133, 134 Caqrggl, Timothy W. 60, 88, 89, 113. Carter, Mary H. 89 Carter, Margaret A. 33, 165 Carter, Pamela S. 89, 147, 170 Casteel, June M. 62,89 Cavanaugh, Vincent Patrick 33, 161 Chambers, Cynthia K. 89, 154, 159, 162,165 Chelemengos, Paula 89 Chlnski, Barbara J. 133, 154 Chism, George H. 133 Cisier, Matthew E. 133 Clark, Mioh,aeiD. 133 C1ark,nicharqa9,r1eo. tai Cleveland,'LauraA. 1-7, 30, 33, 68, 144,151., 1.54,157,161, 167, 174 179,20-ry -1, by Coffin, BarbarafSQ 89 Cole,'WadeA.i90 . Coleman, Brian L. 133 Co1lier,'Corllis M. 133 . Collier, Reginaid E. 90, 160 Coliins,-Linda J. 133, 154, 167 Colweil, Denita Kay 33, 148 Conley, Clay A.9O, 148 Converse, Martha L. 133 Converse, Mary A. 133 Cooney, William C. 90 Cooper, Carmen Rose 33, 146 Cooper, Carole B. 90 Cooper, Charles E. 90, 163 Cordray, Cynthia 90, 167 Costello, Mark J. 90, 168 Coursel, Charles W. 33 Coursel, Mary J. 133 Cox, Stacy 133 Cox, Stephanie A. 34 Coy, Robert W.34, 110,153 Coyle. Stephen C. 133 Crabb, Donnita M. 34, 70 Craft, Richard A. 133 Craft, Patrice M. 90 Crane, Angelia M. 133 Criswell, Dale C. 34, 153 Crosby, Ronnie L. 90 Cross, Derrick L. 12, 90 Cross, Robert A. 134 Cross, Winston B. 134, 160 Crozier, Clarence L. 134 Crozier, Timothy A. 90, 160 Cuello, Manuel A. 134, 157 cuyier, Kendra s. 134, iss, 159, 167, 169,171,172 D Dabkowskl, Nancy Jean 34, 151, 152 Dabkowski, Nicholas 34, 198 Dargis, Dawn M. 90 Darrow, Mark S. 34, 145, 168 Davies, Laura A. 90. 102, 165, 171, 192 Davis, Cornell 134, 150 Davis, Jacqueline D. 90, 147 Davis, Jeitrey W. 134 Davis, John P.9O, 122, 123,168 Davis, Kathy Ann 98, 99, 134 Davis, Patty E. 34, 70, 153, 172 Davis, Peggy E,34,70,151,153,172 Davis, Thomas R. 16, 34, 152, 183 Dawson, Cheryl L. 90, 162 Day, Patricia A. 134, 149 Deal, Donald Fi. 134, 149 Debruyn, Steven F. 90, 1 10 Degnegaard, Sharon M. 90 Dempsey, Michael D..34, 146, 147 Denecho, Frances 34, 152 Dennis, Roger W. 134 Denny, Mary A. 34 Devero, Mark J. 66, 90 Dewitte, Thomas J. 90 Dingler, Jeanne R. 34, 152, 169 Dittmer, Tricia M. 99, 134, 150 Diuvik, Linda M. 134 oobkms, Timothy A. 134 Dobkins, David 34 Dolson, Kimberly A. 30, 34, 150, 151, 159, 195 Dcanggrowsky, Julie A. 90, 154, 156, Dominoski, Shawn C. 134 Dompke, Randy John 16, 35, 152 Donaldson, Kevin D.35,110,111 Doperalski, Thomas C. 134 Downey, Kimberly L. 35, 73, 154 Drake, Kasetta D. 35 Driggs,AbbeS.90, 146,162,167 Drzewiecki, Dawn D. 90, 145, 165 Dukehart, Michael J. 134 Dulcet, Suzette A. 134, 167, 172 Dunn, Mark A. 134 Dunne, Terrance Edward 15, 68, 144, 150, 155, 161, 175, 207 Durham, Mary L. 134 Durham, Rebecca A. 134 Durham, William J. 90, 110 Dysard, Darlene K. 90, 150, 154, 165 E Eason, Jettew J. 90 East, Richard D. 95, 113 . Eckwood, Rosemary 35 Edling. Cynthia A. 20, 35, 98, 167' Edling, Michael J. 11,35,123,191 Edling, Slade 57, 123, 134 Edwards, Gwendolyn 35 Edwards, Jimmie R. 35, 113, 125 Edwards, Murray P. 24, 25. 90 ' Edwards, Sheila M. 134 Eggers, Norma A. 134 Eggers, Terry L. 90 Egle, Patricia L. 90, 170 Egle, Paula D. 134 Eisele, Colleen K. 35 Eisele, Mary E. 75, 95 Eisele, Patricia J. 134 Eldridge, Pamela S. 90 Eldridge, Sue E. 35, 192 Elkins, Michael E. 134 Ellis, Brent H. 90, 110 Ellis, Faye E. 35 Ellis, Laura W. 88, 90, 147 Ellis, Susan 8. 134 Else. John C. 35, 109 Embree, Nancy A. 90 Emerich, James W. 112, 1 13, 134 ' Emerick, Kenneth 90 Ennols, Michael 134 Ennols. Wiiliam 90, 146 Epstein, Jody L. 35, 59, 98, 169 Epstein,JohnA,110, 113,121,134 Ericson, Nancy E. 5, 17, 35, 144,207 Espar, A. Helen 134 Espar, Rosanne 22, 23, 30, 35, 63. 146,147,151,162,166,199 Essling, William G. 57, 91, 168 Evans, Terry J. 134, 146 Everly, Bonnie L. 36 F Fairfield, Charles A. 36 Farmer, David J. 56, 134 Fekete, Randal 91, 146, 147 Fields, Jeffrey D. 134 Finger, Michael S. 25, 36 Firanek, William F. 134 Fithian, Paul C. 91, 144, 173, 207 Fitzsimmons, Donna 1. 91 Fleming, Charlene 91 , 149 Fleming, Faith 36 Fleming, Lettie135 Flint, Kelly E. 95, 148, 154 Florio, Samuel B. 91 , 154 Florio, Aitred Robert 27, 30, 36, 151 Fly, Laymon A. 121 , 135 Foreman, Paul R. 91, 107, 146,147 Foster, Bobby 14, 58, 91 Foster, Ricky L. 36 Foster, Cory T. 135, 177 Fraley, Cynthia L, 135 Fraiey, Deborah Sue 36 Francis, Thomas L. 135 Francis, Laura BQ91, 102 Franks, Daniel J. 36, 168, 181 Frederick, Michael R. 91 Freei, Paul E. 36 Freestone, Theresa M. 135 Fries, Linda K.36,149 Fritch, Edward R. 91 Fritch, William B. 135 Fritz, Daniel J. 135 Fry, Paula F. 36 G Gabbert, Rebecca S. 91, 154, 164, 165, 166 Gabriele, Mary Ann 98, 99, 132, 135, 141, 150 Gaddis, Douglas A. 91 Callas, Kenneth G. 120, 135, 168 Ganschow, M. James 107, 135, 146 Gardner, John D. 135 Gardner, Kenneth L. 36, 151, 154, 158 167, 168 Gardner, Patrick M. 135, 146 Gardner, Robert 107, 135 Garwick, Emery 132, 135, 146, 147, 150, 154 Gasaway, Lawrence J. 91 Gas1,Karen L.91,145,158,159,165 Gavin, J. Christopher 135 Gazarkiewicz, Joseph 135, 160 Gazarkiewicz, Valerie A. 91 Geleske, William J. 91 Geleske, Philip J. 24, 36, 58, 146,147. 1 149,163 Geleske, James R. 135 Gillette, James S. 152 Gillon, Dorothy K. 135, 148 Giirggth, Brett D. 132, 135, 146, 147, Ginther,MarkA.88,91,110,150,154, 165 Gipson, Anthony J. 135 Glancy, Diana S, 135, 148 Glenn, Michael C. 113, 135 Goddis, Doug 56 ' 1. Goggins, John F. 36, 173 ' i Go ins Nano E135 156,167,171 1 QQ 1 Y . Goldberg, Phillip M. 88, 91 , 109, 150, 168 Goodloe, Brian K. 135 Goodloe, Mary A. 36 Goodrich, Jay A, 135 Gordon, Lisa A. 91 Grail, Barbara A. 91 , 159, 162, 165 Grams, Diane M. 72, 91, 154 Grams, Phillip A. 135 Graham, Michael P. 91 Grantham, Scott M. 135 Grattenthaler, Michael 113 .Gia Jerrold R. 91 . Y, Green, Gilbert O. 1 17, 168 Green, Sue A. 135 Green, Theodore D. 59, 117, 135 Greene, John T, 91 Greene, Michael D. 135 Gregory, Jean A. 135 Gregory, Joan A, 135 Gregory, Karen S. 36, 153 Grennes, Nicki 147 Gresla, Mark S. 91, 117, 146, 147 Griflin, Michael A. 135,161 Griggs, Edward J. 24, 91, 144, 154, 206 Grinston, Ricky R. 135, 149 Grinston, Michael 91, 148, 161 Gronek,Je1trey W. 91 A Gross, Lynn A. 135, 146, 147 Gunderson, David A. 11, 37, 199 ' A Gunderson, Karen A, 1 1, 91, 98 v Gutowski, Daniel A. 135 , -1 H Hales, Joseph L, 135, 149 Hales, Lionel 37, 121 Hales, Shelia A. 135 l-lamershock, David G. 37 Hammill, Patricia M. 91, 154 l-lampel, Jane 135, 160 Hampton, Judy M. 91 Hampton, Marcia L. 135 Hancock, James Gregory 135 l-lapke, Peggy L, 135 Harlib, Scott L. 67, 91, 107, 168 Harrell, Cheryl K. 91 Harris, Brant 88, 91 fl-larris, Jett 57 Harris, Richard P. 135 Hart, Debbie S.91,14B,149,165 Hart, Marilyn L. 135, 150 Harvel, Paulette K. 135, 146, 171 Hatchet, Anthony L. 91 Hatfield, Anita L. 95 Hatfield, Carolyn S. 135 Hatfield, Kristine A. 135 Haughtington, Lori 135, 155,167 1 Hawthorne, David L. 91 , 148 Heckendorn, Kim M. 135 Heckendorn, Alan L. 37 Henderson, Carl 149 Henn, Pamela Faye 37 . Hensell, Mary K.91,146,147,1651- Hensell,Merle 37, 153 ' . ' Hess, Patricia L. 135 Hess, Vicki A. 91 Higdon, Kevin J.118,119,135,168 Hilberg, Jon K. 14, 37, 146, 147, 151 Hills, Cathy 37 Hills, Rebecca 91,98, 102,171 Hiscox, Blake M. 37 Hiscox, Blane M. 37 l-litesman, Shelli D. 135 Hobart, Jacqueline A, 91 Hobbs, Lisa E.135,147 , Hock, Kathy A, 91 Hoctor, Robert Scott 17, 37 . Hoistetter, Nancy E. 136 Hogan, Lonnie 136 Hogg, Barbara J. 136, 146, 154 Hogg, William J. 37, 146, 147 5 l-lolda,,Dorothy 26, 38, 161 Holland, James L. 136 Holloway, Paul 136 Holmes, Robert C. 30, 38, 1 16, 117, 150,155,161 168 Holtgreen, Charlene J. 136 Hood, Latonya 136 Hoskam, Mary C. 136 Hosna, Kimberly S. 38, 146, 147, 166 Howard, Danny 136 Howard, Lamona 91, 146, 147 Howe, Eva M. 136 Howell, Jay D. 136 Huang, Danny T. C. 136, 146 l-luddock, James F. 91 Hull, Eddie E. 136 i-lull, Louise L. 91, 162, 165 Hollinger, Timothy W. 136 Hunt, Joy A. 1, 38, 153 Hunt, Mary S. 30, 38, 192 Hurley, Ron 136 Huryn, Linda A. 136 1 Hussey, Roger W. 95, 1535 ' Hyer, Timothy C. 38, 153 , ' J . 1.7, fi l.ii . Jackson, Cheryl D. 95,1 1675.-Q f . Jackson, Jerry David 38, 153 - - Jackson, Terry O. 132, 136 , Jagggson, Dean J. 38, 109, 144,196, Jacobucci, Louise R. 91 Jacobucci, Tony 136 Janasiak, John E,136,146,147 Jankowski, Kevin J. 76, 113,136 Jankowski, Barbara A. 91 Jarka, Randall L. 91 Jarnutovvski, David R. 136 Jasinski, Ann M. 64, 136 Jasinski, Mary L. 136 Jasklevvicz, Mary A. 91 Jasniewski, Connie E. 38, 180 Jesko, Jon 136 Jesko,JamesJ.91, 153,160 Jesse, Carol A. 91, 167 Jirtle, Jerry L. 38 John, Mary K. 38 Johns, Stephen Anthony 38, 112, 113 Johnson, Albert H, 38, 124, 125 Johnson, Carol A. 38, 152 Johnson, David L. 91 Johnson, David R. 91 Johnson, George A. 7, 38, 113, 124, K 125,127,153,159 Johnson, Marti D, 38 Johnson, PamelaA. 91 Johnson, Timothy L. 12,'39, 149 Johnston, Steven A.91,'1.08,f 109 ' Jones, Gayle A. 30, 39, 98,199,11,46, 166,191 i.'. Y i.'-i 1 Q ,, Jones,JeriA. 91,154 .1 T Jones, Pamela 136 - Jordan, Cheryl A. 136 1 Jordan, Debra L. 91 K Kaczmarek, Vincent 91 Kahn, Laura A, 91 , 147 Kahn, Leigh C.132,136,154 Kahn, Linda 392,147 Kaiser, Karen M. 39 Kaletha, Kimberlee 63, 92 Kalk, Jennefer L. 136 Karm, Debra A. 92, 122, 123, 154 Karse, Kimberly S. 123, 136 Kayser, Ronald E, 92 Keeler, Timothy L. 92 Keen, Stephen F. 92 Keeney, Gene E. 92 Keeney, Dennis J. 39 Kelley, Darryl W. 39, 125 Kelley, Kimberley A. 92 Kelley, Marlene A. 92 Kelley, Wanda O. 136, 148 Kellogg, Victoria L. 39 Kelly, Loreen M, 136 Kelly, Margaret M. 92, 145, -172 - Keltz, Togni, M, 136, 148 - . . Keltz, Henry E. 39, 207' , Kent,JamesF,39,125 .ii-' 1 Keppen. Jayni J, 69,'136..l..,.:f-fx. Kieffer, Diana 39 5 f 'Qi- Kiner, Alex L. 95, 136 E Kiner, John 136 ' V Kiner, Alice R. 136 Kiner, Deborah Ap 39 King, Marjorie Ann'92, 165, 171 Kingsley, Kristina J. 39 Kintzele, John F. 136 Kintzele, Lawrence 92. Klammes, Susan M. 39 Kmiecik, Chris M. 136 Kmiecik, Gregory A592 Knioia, Brian 136 . Knioia, Carol L. 40 5 Knioia, Douglas L. 57, 136 Knioia, John C. 136 Koch, Pamela L. 92, 154, 165, 199 Koch, Todd N. 70, 92, 153 Kohn, Leslyn C.92,100, 102,155 Kohn, Timothy F. 40 Komp, Rebecca A. 101 , 136 Korn, Timothy A.92,113,125,189 Kowalski, Timothy 92, 157, 163 Kragmer, Lynn M.92,154,156,165, 1 6 Krause, Deborah 40, 154 - Krause, Mary B. 136 Krause, Pamela 92 Kreighbaum, Bonnie 136 Krieger, Cynthia K.92,146,147,154, 171 Krueger, Kris A. 136 Kubath, Roberta J. 92 Kunkel, Margaret E. 24, 136, 148,155 Kurpiel, Patricia L. 136 Kuszmaul, David L. 6, 136, 146, 166 Kuszmaul, Katheryn D. 92, 156, 165 L Lake, Robert 117, 120, 136. 168 Lamm, Kevin W..40. Lancaster, John R192 Landers, Nicholas 11:92 Landtroop, R,onald.K.j92, 158 Lartgcsco, Douglas D. 113, 12O,136, Lau, Matthewll. '25, ss, 92,'145, 148. 149,155,155,165,172 Lawhorn, Angela J. 136, 162 Lawhorn, Timothy E. 113, 136 Lawson, Janet L. 92, 162 Leary, Timothy 95 Leatherwood, Catherine 136 Leatherwood, Susan E. 92, 162 Lee, Dianne K. 92 Leedy, Glenn E. 136 Leedy, Mary E. 40, 152 Leftler, Lori L. 136, 150 Letiler, William R. Jr. 136 Leman, Julienna R. 92, 154 Lenior, Mary A. 136 Leonard, Sandra E. 40 Levendoski, Mark A. 92, 107 Levine, Lois A. 92, 167 Levine, Trudy 92, 148, 167 Lewis, Charles A. 92, 110 Lewis, Kristine 40, 152 Lewis, Pamela E. 136, 162 Lewis, Sherry 95 Lieatky, Joni 136 Liles, Dave 113 Liles, Kim A.136,1-46,147 Liles, Michael W. 92 5 Liles, Randy 92, 146 Lind, Sharlene J. 1,48 . Lindberg, Timothylvl, 137, 160 Lindborg, Carlyn 114.192, 170 Lindborg, John O, 92 1 Lipsey, Russell 92 Lisak, David R.137,146,147 Lisak, Laura M. 40 Litchlord, Sandra L. 92 Littleiohn, Rickey L. 92 Lockhart, Randy J. 137 Lockridge, Carl D. 137, 146 Lofton, Terry L. 137 Lohse, Heidi A, 92, 147, 154, 171, 172 Long, Jamie A. 92, 146, 188 Lowry, Bruce W. 92 Lowry, Gregory L. 137, 156 Lowry, Michael F. 40 Luchene, Timothy L, 40 Ludington, Daniel P. 137, 163 Lukasik, Mark D. 137 Lukasik, Thomas J. 30, 40 Lynch, Mary L. 40 Lyness, Kathryn 14, 40, 146, 147 M McClane, Dorothy 40 McClane, Rose L, 92 McCollough, Princella 40 McCollum, James Duncan 40, 110, 157, 167, 168 McConnell, Cathleen A. 41, 144, 151, 178, 206 McCormick, Kathleen l. 41 McCrindle, Margaret M. 92, 165 McDu1iy, Barbara 41 McFadden, Michael D. 137 McGeady, Steven 137, 156 McGee, Doris 92 McGee, David A. 137 McGinnis, Deborah L. 137, 146 Miggwan, David J. 24, 30, 66, 110, McGregor, Carolyn D. 137 McGreagor, Patricia AQ 92 McKay, Gary.D, 41 McKay, Robbin S. 92 McKee, Pamela A. 41 McKinney, Linda M. 92 McKinney, Richard R. 41 McLachlan, Catherine A. 41 McLean, Debbie F. 148 McNeal, Marlva L. 137 McNew, Michael W. 92, 107, 168 Macalka, Sandy L. 70, 88,912,158 Macalka, Teresa A, 30, 39, 41, 145, 150 Maksyan, Thomas L, 41 Malik, Randall J. 41, 110, 121, 146 Malik, Teresa A. 41 Mallardi, Patricia E, 10, 92, 100 Manske, Donna J. 41, 170 Margrai, Jane L. 137 Marks, Charla A. 92, 162, 165 Marlatt, Dana M. 24, 137, 146,147, 155 Martin, Debbie A. 137 Martin, Eugene R, 137 Marg? 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