Forest View High School - Talon Yearbook (Arlington Heights, IL)

 - Class of 1971

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JCM f, My f ' wfjaff f MJ My LM JW WQWWM gffWfW wwfmmlimfiwlwhi 14f'gW'7,fff6 V4 mbwgwwmwww F L. 4 ww,uMQvl,W450,pLoJ ffwfw' 535 MJ ff Rigs? gy Ii3 335i5R5 s ,W Wg l MWWJQQW QXX ,mx fsttwntlgbgfb gb lpbgvgfmgkf TALoN 1971 w,'sg,:gf W . VOLUME IX 173331 Forest View High School? Arlington Heights, Illinois W3 N951 Ogl,'9,fB5p V?5Aj.fWiq.Wf . Enclffpstfffisivifjfue Miko? M S059 foxy! Qkdouv A ppp oJ A ' CP ev DVISORO?2Oxl?ERT STALEQBJQXJ EQQ D7 A GMX 06 OJ5 EDITOR LESLIE TROUTMAN s-to-7, L Www X - tNear Righty During Open Study, seniors relaxed in their lounge. lFar rightb Students paused for a breath of fresh air in the courtyard. tBelowJ Study carrels provided a quiet place to concentrate. An unobstructed view in every di- rection, a comprehensive presentation of a subject: this is a panorama. Noth- ing less than a panorama can fully de- pict the diversity found within the stu- dent body of Forest View. In addition to their normal classes, some students work for a part of the day, enhancing their vocational opportunities. A large number of students participate in school clubs as well as attend Campus Life and Young Life, two non-school-sponsored activities associated with Forest View. Still other students serve as teacher aides, members of the Representative Assembly, homeroom reporters, or of- fice guides. Although not occurring solely within the confines of the building itself, the school-orientated activities of a vast majority of the students need to be recognized. And the most efficient method of encompassing each individual and his contributions is to unfold a . . . ef ai W Gffjl ,, ,, 45 !Kx.",. ii 12:6 U Kg- Zh-1 Q 34 .K v Q- wfeior -4 Q U 12 QQ ,iggfli L 4-wi' Q! 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Ci -'Lack Qi, SfiffVq5LU"' Q P bu L' Uxi xJ , X Ta lents aff " v-f.7:x7v, :gm fnailln 5-s . N if- .Y -4, Vjfgvg- l Q J1"gT2-f ' , ' I - 'L V 'f,""gIl ',:- L- 95 V 'Y Y , ': 1 " 1+ ,- - ' ' ' . H Q wi V W Y V ' 45523 ' gi M ' nYgfs55m:.1'. mmsg' , if if 4 .wr 5. The school should be a place where all kinds of pupils-book-minded and hand-minded, sociable and shy- are rewarded for doing well the desirable things they can do best.-Anonymous ' Jaf1wfLQ4i3g4,wokJ:fL03CJxQQ1W57C0 WWW Qlml gf Vw? 'iiiiji ii J UU, . 4 Itod ctlo ii swf W QW fwbiwwffa " s gf N. W W sw ww MWA KW. .Mm panorama QI: GRGSI VIEW B. , . , 44' V' -f 9?"'33': -fi ' ' , f"-1,-1i'fii:f'Q. , ' qi - . , gl,-if f gjzggfl- K- ' ,, -V .1 fm' 'fag' Q ' -VFW -' ' 'i' .41 A A ' , .4 'ffm 4-11' v - ' J: 1 .J I T ' V A' A U " f ' 1"5W V se, m -V .A n g"fJ- 'if' 'M Early morning activities began with the arrival of Forest View's students. Buses, operating earlier than in previous years to compensate for delays caused by local road construction, brought most of the students to school. Some students arrived in cars, while a number of pol- lution-conscious Falcons often Walked or rode their bicycles. Before first hour, students engaged in various activities, ranging from bur- rowing for items in their lockers to gathering in the cafeteria for conversa- tion. Again, before leaving, Falcons re- peated these activities, thus completing the cycle-from arrival to departure-of daily life at Forest View. iBelowl Open campus allowed students to leave in cars during the lunch hours. lLower rightl Students traveled by means other than the conven- tional four wheels. fLower leftl Girls decorated their lockers to give them a new look. fLeftJ Ad- ditional buses lined the north and south parking lots shortly before the dismissal bell rang. ff 1 -ii-+L. ,nl -'-FH Y w l X-ti'-,il lNear rightl At the first pep assembly, the De- mons planned defeat for the Falcons, tLower rightl Accidents didn't stop the Fighting Falcons. 1Middle rightl Mr. Ron Koehn, Director of Student Activities in Greendale, Wisconsin, led the stu- dent body in song at the first entertainment as- sembly of the year. tBelowJ Coach Darryl Phil- lips introduced the sophomore football squad at a class meeting. The inclusion of assemblies and class meetings in daily life provided va- riety for both the faculty members and students. Class meetings, although in- tended to be informative, often proved to be amusing, also. The pep talks, cheers, and skits at pep sessions gen- erated school spirit and kindled a desire for victory. Numerous additional as- semblies both enlightened and enter- tained audiences by presenting a variety of programs. Together, the assemblies and class meetings comprised an inte- gral part of Falcon life. 8 Assemblies EM IUEE T Dyflwwwoeffwfffwkffffw .Jw fffpq Vwffl ,Ev ,Ze-lyofff. WQZZ Awww' ,ywffxl fo-afaffpvvellf ,w,7,,,Q.,G4. I 10 Academic Opportunities Educational opportunities at Forest View expanded to meet the interests and needs of an increased enrollment. Stu- dents benefited from the addition of an eighth period to take an extra subject. Several departments offered many new and challenging courses. Independent Study allowed qualified students either to elect a course not included in the given curriculum or to progress rapidly in one in which he is proficient. Through the Self-Directed Activities Program, participants advantageously used free time for extra study. Whether the stu- dent at Forest View prepared for col- lege or for employment after gradua- tion, he found the curriculum markedly enlarged to include his needs. .791-I-apnqw-N lFar leftj The student body expanded greatly, but, unfortunately, the halls did not. tUpper lefty Mi- chiko Mitsusada developed her athletic ability by participating in a game of softball with her fourth- hour gym class. lAboveJ Chemistry students carefully observed reactions during experiments, tNear lefty Directions from a handbook and an abundance of patience aided these boys in obtain- ing a two-cycle sinusoidal wave. - em! 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In addition to actual employment during school hours, each program maintained a corresponding class at Forest View. Participating stu- dents received credit for work both in the classroom and on the job. The vocational opportunities avail- able to students through work-study pro- grams greatly aided them to prepare for the future. Vocational Opportuni ff ties 13 Participation in clubs and extra- curricular activities enabled students to express their own interests While de- veloping a sense of responsibility and a desire to achieve. The Lettermen com- bined efforts to prepare the boys' gym for the Fall Festival Dance. Students expressed their support for the football team by forming a Spirit March. Mem- bers of the cross-country pep squad not only cheered Forest Viewls runners but also performed assigned duties at meets. 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Campus!Young Life X ffl ,ff "I think, therefore, I am."-Rene Descartes QM? 'dm' MMU ,cu , -574' , Aw!-ff f7fM'4U fewuo mg 05 die fLcQ42' gwiadfpfe M1-Qu Wai- EJ M WL Tia LUZQZZLZ, ML wiv! WZ! J X74 K wwf W5 fcwf, J WM fo W ffm M4279 wmwziffeg XJJVLJ . JW Ubi ,MJ'0V7f www M015 776 jam! f'Vf0 SZ WWW Education '50 - NM 6444 , E904 Ks. J MM CZMMLW4 fa ,givin ' ' t vfvmaiff DAHORAITIA GF Oucatlon 4-2 If Nyxg' ,Q-,N 2259- ...L X. MEMBEE T146 Zoo f Q1 w. f-""4- 7,17 1 'A ,:,!.W N 1" I SX -,N as fr- -1-esvgaw DISTRICT 214 BOARD OF EDUCATION Bottom Row Sec Leah Cum Row Mr Raymond A. EriCkS0H, Mr- Arthur E- AFOUSUU, MF- mins Pres Richard A Bachhuber Mr Joseph A Schifthauer Top H Stamm, Mr. John M. Costello. Board Approved New Policies and Drug Survey Under the direction of its president, Mr. Richard Bachhuber, the District 214 Board of Education established the general policies fol- lowed by the six district high schools. The Board hired teachers, negotiated with the Teachers Association, made decisions concern- ing new facilities and budgets, and studied the results of a survey regarding drug abuse taken among District 214 pupils. The school year of 1970-71 brought some changes to the administration at Forest View. Mr. Robert Hoese, former assistant principal, left to become the new principal of Rolling Mea- dows High School. As a new member of the ad- ministration, Mr. Jack Martin came to assume Mr. Hoese's position. Believing that students were sufficiently responsible to receive special freedoms, the school administration approved an open-campus policy which allowed students to leave school grounds during lunch periods. Another change resulted in the alteration of the exam policy. Whereas teachers once had to administer sem- ester examinations, they now had the option whether or not to give examinations. As the administrators worked closely with the Distrit 214 School Board to effect change, they strove ' 1 ' I for good communications and consequent uni among themselves. the faculty, and studen 'noi' fx. 'ZL- 5' I il vi- I ' i A. R - ..,...-N' 49:93 Q x if A , DR. E. C. GILBERT: Superintendent for High 'H " School District 214. DR. R. T. McLENNAN: Assistant Superintendent for High School Dis- trict 214. MR. ROBERT HOESE: Assistant Principal for Instructional Services. MR. JACK MAR- TIN: Assistant Principal for Instructional Services. MR. NORMAN PATBERG: Assistant Principal for Administrative Services. MR. GARY TJARKS: Dean of Students. MR. BURTON SHOWERS: Director of Student Activities. OFFICER WALTER MOIST: Police Counselor. Administration 21 -5 - 4 :f , '- 1-2.5 .,--in in S x X x .3 ,. .. . gf - .fvsv K i I -- J .3 ff: F' YT- !"' F- - M. .V,-Q. LM ....:1,, 1. .51 I-1 . A ., -A X, . , v 1 fl, ' , n 'gil I ..' 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Randi Mokas learned and practiced the fundamentals of typing. 3 CD N MR. DONALD D. BAR- RETT: Business Law, Consumer Problems, Practical Arts Depart- ment Head. MRS. SHERRY B. BLEW: Typing I,II,III,IV, Note- hand. MRS. ERNA L. BRINGE: Dictation- Transcription, Typing I, Shorthand. MRS. SAN- DRA J. ETCHINGHAM: Business English, Typ- ing III. MR. JAMES R. HARTER: Office Prac- tice, Typing.I, Short- hand. MR. WAYNE R. MUELLER tNot pres- entj: General Business. MR. DANIEL R. RY- MARZ: General Busi- ness, Tvping LII. MRS. G. LAURA WIER- SCHKE: General Busi- ness, Typing I,II. MR. JOHN A. WOLLEN- BURG: Bookkeeping, Typing I,II, Wrestling Coach. To meet the demands of a large enrollment, the Business Education Department expanded its personnel and added and replaced a signifi- cant amount of equipment. The Office Practices class acquired a new electronic calculator, while the typing classes replaced fourteen typewriters and received new textbooks. Ac- counting, General Business, and Shorthand were just a few of the Independent Study programs that supplemented the already adequate curriculum. As a variation of the daily class routine, business education teachers arranged a number of field trips and invited guest speakers to visit different classes. Students traveled to the Merchandise Mart, the County Court House, and the Museum of Science and Industry. The Reverend Hiram Melson from Operation Bread- basket talked to the Consumer Problems class, while a representative of the Federal Bureau of Investigation visited Mr. Glenn Matters CWT class. Learning outside of the classroom con- tinued with participation in the Teachers Aide Program at local elementary schools. Many business students prepared for actual future employment in the world of business, and all participants gained valuable experience ann cable to the practical living aspects of the world. ,-Q 'ffl' M . if f-'.."' W I . r X Aj V Co-ordinators Obtained New Ideas at Conventions . l 'x .x Under the CWA program, Lugene Eberly worked in the cafeteria. An employee at McDonald's, Steve Langbehn earned money and received credits applicable toward graduation. ldlhqq f In Organization of the work programs oc- curred collectively under a subdivision of the Business Education Department, and various faculty members served as vocational co- ordinators for each program. Designed to offer vocational opportunities to students not intend- ing to enroll in college, each program provided actual work experience and also a correspond- ing class in which students discussed various aspects of their jobs. To become familiar with new procedures in the supervision of all of the work programs, many of the co-ordinators attended the Illinois Vocational Association Convention. Other co- ordinators participated in conventions relating exclusively to their particular program. Some of the students accompanied faculty members to an all-state convention in Springfield, Illi- nois. There, they saw examples of the work in- volved in salesmanship, advertising, and public speaking. Although most of the student's knowl- edge of his vocational choice resulted from ex- periences gained on the job, he also benefited from guest speakers who described their work and explained the qualifications necessary to succeed in a given occupation. MRS. GEORGIA M. BROOKS: tNot presentlz Cooperative Work Training Co-ordinator. MR. ROBERT D. CHRISTENSEN: Distrib- utive Education Co-ordina- tor, Distributive Education Club. MR. GLENN R. MAT- TER: Cooperative Work Training Co-ordinator. MRS. ELLA L. OTTARSON: Of- fice Occupations Co-ordina- tor, Office Occupations Club. MR. AVON D. REEVES: Diversified Occupations Co- ordinator. MRS. DOROTHY C. SCHARF: Home Eco- nomics Related Occupations Coordinator, Clothing. Vocational Co-ordinators 25 English Department Introduced New Courses 7 'W ' ' 'fi 'T i H if In ,. f M. l ,, V ty .. 4 ,I f ' iv 1 N In film-making class, Tom Lisinski and Kirk Higgins adjusted a Super 8mm camera on its tripod. Sheryl Engleson and Paula Melone presented an original drama for Acting I students. Variety and change were words synonymous for the 1970-71 English Department. This year. freshmen and sophomores continued to take standard English courses, while upper classmen chose subjects from among forty new one and two-semester electives. All of the courses belonged to one of three categories: speech, composition, or reading. To facilitate the learning process, English teachers introduced greater use of audio-visual materials. In particular, the speech, debate. and forensics classes used video tape both to improve speech and develop good speaking habits. Mr. Leo Hundt, English Department Chair- man, felt that the revision of the curriculum had proven to be successful and the program more valuable to the student. He indicated future plans for increased use of videotape equipment, making possible course offerings in the areas of mass-media. television, radio. and film study. 26 English Department Q, L, :TY -- -ee e.eef.:,Y-.fTY..- - eggs. L sf t,-. r. aww -'I ui wa, ,,, .ii f v. ':N, r i -'i,o2'?w--.., 22 is , we V' 1. vi - v '-it Q 4 - M? , N6-. v I 1.1 I' 4- I . f-:ff r' . 1 ff- i E! "? -M-A ' -,,V -LJ, 5' .fl fvq 'al in , al. r f i r In 't-I-.L MR. JOHN T. BLASUCCI: American Literature, English Literature, Humanities. MRS. MARYLYN BOGAN: English Literature, Composition III, Thematic Approach to Litera- ture. MRS. MARGARET M. CADLE: Oral Communica- tions, Forensics, Vocational English, Individual Speech Events Coach. MR. RICHARD E. CAREY: Journalism I,II, III,IV, Publicity, Viewer Ad- visor. MR. MAURICE A. CHAMPAGNE: Composition I, Thematic Approach to Lit- erature. MR. AMBROSE J. FUREY, JR.: Composition II, Film Study, Film Making, Film Club Sponsor. MRS. ELIZA- BETH M. GLATHART: Ad- vanced Reading. MR. LEO F. HUNDT: English Independ- ent Study, Film Study, Thema- tic Approach to Literature, De- partment Head. MISS BEV- ERLY KERR: World Litera- ture, Contemporary Poetry, Thematic Approach to Litera- ture. MRS. LUCIA K. LIND- GREN: Composition II, The- matic Approach to Literature II. MRS. JOYCE A. LIND- MARK: American Literature Survey, Persuasive Speech, Expository Writing. MRS. AN- DREA B. MOCK tnot presentlz Oral Communications, Ad- vanced Speech, Acting I, Indi- vidual Events Coach, Contest Play Director. MISS VERON- ICA E. MURPHY: Film Study, Film Making, Film Club Sponsor. MISS BARBARA R. ROSEN: Legend, Myth, and Fable, Composition III, The- matic Approach to Literature II. MRS. JUDITH L. ROSS: Oral Communications, Acting I, Spring Musical Director. MR. WENDELL E. SCH- WARTZ: Contemporary Fic- tion, Humanities, NHS Sponsor. MRS. GAY SNAVELY: Read- ing Skills. MR. JOHN S. SO- DERSTROM: Composition II, Thematic Approach to Litera- ture I. MR. E. LOWELL SONGER: English Seminar, English Literature, Composi- tion II, Thematic Approach to Literature. MR. ROBERT A. STALEY: American Novel, In- dividualized Reading, Thema- tic Approach to Literature, Talon Advisor. MR. ROBERT M. STELK: English Independ- ent Study, Creative Writing, Play Productions, Variety Show Director. MR. JUAN D. SUL- LIVAN: American Literature, Composition II, Thematic Ap- proach to Literature II. MR. MARK S. THORNE: Detec- tive and Science Fiction, The- matic Approach to Literature I. MRS. RUTH E. TUOMI: Composition II, Thematic Ap- proach to Literature I. MR. CHARLES B. WILDE: Con- temporary Drama, Drama I, Oral Communications, Drama Director. MRS. HEATHER R. WILLIAMS: Oral Communica- tions II Composition I. English Department 27 MISS KATHRYN J. AN- DERSON: Spanish French I, Spanish Club Sponsor. MR. PETER J, BABRIS: Latin. MR. WALTER BACHIR tNot presentbz Russian, Ger- man. MR. PETER H. CORDT: German II, III, German Club Sponsor. MR. JAMES L. JACOBS: spanish 1, 11, III, De- A partment Head, MR. RO- GELIO S. LLERANDI: Spanish II, III, IV. MRS. DIANE M. SCHWARTZ tNot Presentl: Spanish 'a I, II. MR. GEORGE SUL- LY: French I, III, IV, V, Human Relations Club Sponsor. MISS SUE WAL- LERSTEIN: Spanish I, II. MRS. DARLENE R. WASH- INGTON: French I, II, III French Club Sponsor. A -.gg-qu l .J S., 17,40 Student Aide Sue Black assisted Sue Router with her homework. 3 I K9 if ..,h,..d ,fr CHECK OUT R MMERIALS 43, HER " . .,, .,.. , ,Q e . . Uwhsi Language students used the improved Language Resource Room to borrow records and cassette tapes. , ,jim ' - ' ' -asc: a.. g Ylgwfmvm Y of . 'f?i"fi.,3i fm'iQ"""'l?i.. . as ' la A ":iEi'f- A fflnl -4 Students Ennched Vocabulary V1a Forelgn Trlps Because students more readily learn a tor elgn language through actual speakmg experl ences the Foreign Language Department pro vxded opportunltles tor students to use the languages they studled Beg1nn1ng ln the second semester two forelgn lnstructors Joined the language teachers 1n talking wlth students and evaluat1ng thelr progress MISS Rosa Patmo from Colomb1a and MISS Margaret Bundschuh from Swltzerland worked wlth students studymg Spanlsh and German respectlvely Accompa n1ed by language teachers Mr Rogello Llerandl Mr Peter Cordt and Mrs Darlene Washmgton a number ot students vlslted Spam Germany or France durmg the sprmg vacatxon and 1mproved their ablhty to speak fluently The majorlty of students studying a forelgn language learned through 1nd1v1dual1zed mstruc tion Tested separately to evaluate 1nd1v1dual ab1l1ty and ach1evement they progressed at thelr own rate to complete a spec1t1c number ot study un1ts w1th1n a quarter Fourth or tltth year students otten drllled first and second year students to a1d the regular classroom teacher Mr Walter Bachlr tested hls student s knowledge of German grammar Language labs 1ncreased students oral comprehenslon 'fr- nl 4 it t. Forelgn Language Department 29 Q u n o 1 s Wk' ,A H v , , I , , ' A l I Y . 7 . I - 5-M. , . - 1 ' v rg---w. r.-A . ll . . . . 'r 5 RK' x A-S 1 1 A t al'-.., 1' , . . . . ,5 l l ' I . . . . . 1 I . . ' l Y , u l . . . , I g y M544 it h , . . . . 3 ' Q "ix , ' A, . ' . . ' -- .1 , g Y 4: . . . 1 . : I ' , ' .IF -.Yi l 45,2 W 1' H 1 ll I l I, , I - ' X V: x ' , ,CQ V ' ' ' ' vt ..-N '11 .M , - -.. ggiijn Y' Class Projects Aided Home Economics Study 'lf .:':2: - W' 14 5 f 1. - wiv' E: ,Q 2: Y- Y if 1 . . ei. -W f 'iii 7 sa ' ' lbw. To follow a recipe, Kathy Willis needed to measure the ingredients. MRS. EMILY J. GRIGGS: Homemaking I, Family Meals, Creative Cookery, Child Care. MRS. AU- DREY L. SOPHIE: Home- making I, CWA Foods. MISS MELVA J. THEO- BALD: Advanced Clothing, Interior Design. 30 Home Economics Department Organized to give instruction in home eco- nomics related fields, the Home Economics De- partment offered a wide selection of courses. Through Creative Cooking and Family Meals, students learned to incorporate good food nu- trition with varied and creative meals. An addi- tional kitchen permitted sample meals to be prepared during class periods. Students en- rolled in Clothing I and Dressmaking gained experience in making their own outfits. To en- able more students to practice sewing in class, the department added new sewing machines. Home economics teachers also instructed stu- dents in the fields of home and child care. Through Independent Study, students with conflicting schedules performed in-depth re- search into the areas most appealing to them. While working independently, advanced students learned to sew on more difficult fabrics. Others became acquainted with architecture as they designed their own homes. Home Economics Related Occupations QHEROJ, sponsored by Mrs. Dorothy Scharf, enabled students to apply the knowledge they had obtained in class to modern living. Prac- tical experience gained in every-day situations illustrated the importance of an edu- cation in home economics. With the assistance of Mrs. Emily Griggs, Pam Dickinson adjusted a pattern for a proper fit. 1-,xv X 2- v- .,-,-,L learned to recognize the complicated electronic components of a television set. measurements and precise cuttings resulted in nearly finished project for a cabinet-making class. ,.--an 1452 'Thr L 'Sk Co-eds Enrolled in Industrial Trades for Future Uses One of the three branches of the Practical Arts Division, the Industrial Education Depart- ment offered instruction in a number of indus- trial trades. Teachers instructed students in such courses as Drafting, Metals, Power Me- chanics, and Electronics. Girls as well as boys enrolled in these classes. Although teachers placed emphasis on the mastery of a particular trade, they also provided students with informa- tion on the proper handling of tools and machin- ery to insure safe workshop conditions. MR. ALLEN J. BABL: Advanced Metals, General Metals, Machine Woods. MR. ROBERT J. FREE- MAN: Power Mechanics, CWA. MR. ARTHUR J. FREY: Mechanical Draw- ing, Power Mechanics I. MR. JAMES A. MAC- DONALD tNot presentl: Cabinet-Making, Machine Woods, General Woodwork- ing. MR. LEROY S. THOM- SON: Electronics I,II, Gen- eral Electricity, C.B. Radio Club Sponsor. MR. GRANT E. WINS- AUER: Mechanical Draw- ingI,II. Industrial Education Department 31 -jefgf .je-:5.f:gi fix ij? f 1-TQ-1-1'w-aaa-v A Y -f 'l Mrs. Rosemary Perdew used graphs to show solution sets. MRS. JUDITH A. ARM- STRONG: Geometry, Al- gebra I, Math - Algebra. MRS. MARCIA H. BEN- 1 fl NETT: Algebra I, Math- ,dv Algebra II. MRS. CAROL ef' ,, E. DENLINGER: Accel- erated Geometry, Essen- C, . tial Math. MR. RUS- .J SELL W. DOWELL: Ad- M EJ! .ff vanced Math, General " f Math II, Football Coach. K .x A MR. GLEN D. ELMS1 Instructional TV, Algebra C, ,1g,ffMath-Algebra II. MR. .- ,JN I ,JJ ROBERT F. FALAR- , ,f if DEAU: Advanced Algebra, 0 'fu' Algebra I, Math-Algebra, , kj if CWA Math, Director of - J Concessions. MR. B. J. jf KELLY: Advanced Alge- , X 5, bra, Geometry, General ' r' Math. MRS. MAR M. ' ' if lx L'l,STE?1M?i?"'3ZlG'e Al' , I A ge ra . . . - -, le X f ' e ra . . ll A lj 5. MYERS: Geometry, - if-Algebra I, General Math, A X9 N MW Tennis ceaeh. Miss PA- TRICIA M. ORLOSKI: -, -pi' X dvanced Algebra, Alge- K, ,gf I, Math-Algebra, Mu 0 J N,-lb fl 2? E3EtEnAf?5""S0f' ,. PERDEW: Advanced Al- of --7 ,je gebra, Geometry, Alge- X W bra I, FTA Sponsolhglglllgt. - ,' DAVID A. THEES : I " Advanced Math, Advanced Algebra, Geometry, Foot- " f ,- 47 ,JM ball and Wrestling Coach. L -' , A MR. DOUGLAS A. TOL- N - , 'A U' MAN: Matrix Al ebra, W X K Advanced Algebra, geom- lv jkjm ., etry, Algebra I, Mu Aligia Theta Sponsor. MRS. I A 3 V X X TRUMP: Computer Math, it QXM Geometry, Algebra I, Es- - X sential Math. MR. AL- 1 , l FRED A. UMBERGER: ' Calculus, Geometry, Gener- X . nl al Math, Department Head. 32 Mathematics Department l' l 'Na' Geometry students listened as Mrs. Carol Denlinger explained the properties of a cube ff' ' C 'Ugg' -cr ee- Q can XJ' ---fp-er - er- , I' Increased Opportunities Furthered Math Interest In an effort to promote greater interest in mathematics, Mr. Alfred Umberger, Chairman of the Math Department, and Mr. B. J . Kelly improved the curriculum with ideas obtained from a summer workshop at IIT. The Math Department adapted to meet the increased enrollment in senior-level courses and greater interest in special topics, which included Matrix Algebra and Probability. In place of Algebra I, more freshmen studied Ge- ometry, a course normally taken by sopho- mores. To familiarize students with opportuni- ties available in the growing profession of com- puter programming, geometry teachers presented an improved computer-study unit in their classes. An experimental Math-Algebra class, now in its second year, enabled students to complete Algebra I in one and three-quarter years while receiving credit for both General Math and Algebra I. Math students continued to study in the Math Resource Room. Equipment and materials available for student use included study car- rels, reference books, pamphlets, two elec- tronic calculators, a keypunch, slide rules, filmstrips, and projectors. Mathematics Department 33 As part of their physical education program, juniors engaged in a unit of square dancing. Chester Szostek attempted a forward flip. 34 Physical Education Department Physical Education Provided Special Courses for Interest and Ability Levels Because of the twenty-eight hundred stu- dents enrolled, the Physical Education Depart- ment proved to be a busy department through- out the school year. Activities offered in the Boys, Physical Education Department included weight training, speedball, soccer, wrestling, archery, bowling, gymnastics, golf, square dancing, and social dance. In addition, the department added two new units, indoor hockey and bicycling. The latter, presented by Mr. Bill Mohrmann, in- volved races between individuals or teams using motorless mini-bikes. Mr. Darryl Phil- lips headed the weight training unit. The boys in weight training listened to lectures on body development and experienced a number of vigorous workouts. The Girls' Physical Education Department expanded to form two Freshman Special, two Sophomore Cadet, and two Junior Leader classes. Girls in a Freshman Special class had received the recommendation of a junior high school teacher on the basis of interest an ability. Using similar guidelines, teache chose girls for inclusion in a Sophomore Cade Class. Junior Leaders experienced a progra somewhat different from all other PE classe- in that they learned to officiate and coach well as to participate in each unit. Regul girls' PE classes participated in sports su as tennis, field hockey, track, basketball, gy nastics, modern dance, social dance, volle ball, golf, and square dancing. During the bo ing unit, Mrs. Joyce Therkildsen and Miss Dor Rose excused the senior girls from class three days a week, provided the girls bowl one game a week on their own. For studen who had completed Dance II, the curriculu included a Dance III class. Throughout the four years that a stude experienced physical education, the partment emphasized the importance of da' exercises and vigorous activities to p mote good physical health. P: 2. NZELJ. : ew ... , Bud Bornman instructed Driver Education students during their PE class. MR. RICHARD L. AUS- TIN: Boys' P.E., Trainer, MR. WILLIAM C. BECK- MAN: Athletic Director. MISS DIANN M. DALI- CANDRO: Girls, P.E., Tennis and Badminton Assistant Coach. MRS, BARBARA L. FARROH: Girls' P.E., Cheerleading Sponsor. MR. MICHAEL L. FRASE: Boys' P.E., Football and Gymnastics Coach. MR. GAY C, HUG- HES: Boys' P.E., Gym- nastics Coach. MRS. JOAN J. JENSEN tNot presentbz Girls' P.E., GRA Sponsor. MR. FRED H. LUSSOW: Boys' P.E., Lettermen's Club Spon- sor. MR. WILLIAM R. MOHRMANN: Boys' P.E., Cross Country and Track Coach. MRS. LOUISE W. PHILIPP: Girls' P.E., Orchesis and Dance Club Sponsor. MR. DARRYL W. PHILLIPS: Boys' P.E., Lettermen's Club Sponsor. MISS DORAL F. ROSE: Girls' P.E., Girls' Leaders Sponsor. MR. THOMAS J. SEI- DEL: Boys' P.E., Foot- ball and Baseball Coach. MRS. JOYCE THER- KILDSEN: Girls' P.E., Falcettes Sponsor. MISS JOANN TRAVIS: Girls' P.E., Tennis and Bad- minton Coach. -I' Physical Education Department 35 .rf I J 9 M I . V . I I , i Lab partners concentrated on weighing a chemical precisely. fy f I , , ff, , L ,grcfpf ' MR. GORDON S. AUKER- MAN: Biology, Conserva- tion, Swimming Coach. MR. DAVID L. BUCHHEIT: Current Topics, Physical Science, Chess Club Spon- sor, MR. JOHN H. EL- LIOTT fNot presentl: Bi- ology, Biology Club Spon- sor. MR. JOHN L. EL- LIS: Biology, Football and Bob Bittler and Ed Bansfield dissected a fish in Zoology. -Qc x...-4 Acc- Wrestling Coach. MR. , c JOHN C. HILLARY: Phys- ' .. "' ' ical Science, Swimming W-ffY'fq"4' Coach. MR. NORMAN V. . 62-f 9 I HORLER: Biology, Dc- . Vfgi, U 4345 hate Coach. MRS. CAR- fV,vU" jffgf 3 LENE L. HOUGEN: Bi- N 4 ' X we-fc-1-'B' ology, Pep Club Sponsor. -I A,-' tfilgf MR. LEE R. HR1-:Ni v-'f ' 'iff J Physical Science, Physical J, 1" f Science Club Sponsor. MR. D. D. JASON: Physical X J ,-53' Science. MR. ARTHUR -ffwfldl , KLEIN: Physical Science, I f 'Ai-X31 U ff' - Environmental Pollution, 1 - X J , fffooibaii Coach. DR. ROY D . . Jgfy 7 , ,fy ,gif D. MEILLER: Chemis- ' X ' " fi, -iff' try, Department Head. MR. f , 1 ' 4 U RALPH L. NAYLORZ gf' L Physics, Physical Sci- U ff, ence. MR. WILLIAM S. PERKINS, JR.: Space Science, Physical Science, Earth Science. MR. TIM- C' OTHY L. SCHAAP: A Chemistry. MR. ROBERT f HQ. SCHERER: Zoology, gg, Biology. Mlss MARY M. Q, -55. -R I Q Q SCHOENBERGER: Pnysi- , . cal Science, Physical Sci- ' " Li Q. ence Club Sponsor. MR. " ' MICHAEL P. STEVENS: A t u 1 P. Biology. X " X - fx fi At. 5 o A QI Q' , KD -3 'Q -'I' we s 2 V I N -'S 3 Q 3 ,P S S l 36 Science Department F9 Lg V3 E kb E5 A' X-V Q 4: fl al lc Q Q' S 'iss so S P9 R 5 Q gi in no Q cience Department Acquired Equipment, Courses With an enlarged teaching staff and addi- tional subjects, laboratories, and equipment, the Science Department increased opportuni- ties for the student interested in science. In Rooms A-117 and A-121, the installation of new biology tables, with individual gas and wa- ter outlets, allowed the remainder of the sci- ence rooms to be used for classroom instruc- tion. Genetics, Human Physiology, and Current Topics in Science, all presented on a one- semester basis, formed three of the new course offerings. Environmental Pollution, the most popular study area, familiarized students with the problems of prevention of pollution. In this particular course, teachers evaluated students using either the pass-fail method or a new "contract', system. The student, given pre- determined assignment requirements for every grade level, decided his grade according to the effort he put forth. Biology and Physical Science constituted the only required science courses, while students chose electives from among the many new and different study areas. Science Department 37 Guest Speakers Broadened History Curriculum 'fffff r'r'f'r'r'f Mr. Stanley Reynolds lectured his newly formed Anthropology class. Mr. Ed Cheatham led a discussion in American history. With the addition of a course on World Religions and revision of the American Prob- lems class to stress the study of criminal and juvenile law, the Social Science Department expanded its curriculum as well as modified previously established courses. The depart- ment continued to offer Afro-American History, Anthropology, Political Science, and Russian History either in regular class sessions or as electives for independent study. As in previous years, many classes abandoned the use of standard textbooks and concentrated more on films, slides, and other resource materials. The Social Science Resource Room gave students the opportunity to use study carrels as well as to obtain a number of social-study books not available in the library. Social science students benefited from a variety of guest speakers and field trips. lVlr. Walter Moist, Forest View's police counselor, spoke to American Problems classes on the topic of juvenile law. A Catholic priest and a Protestant minister informed Sociology stu- dents of some of the controversial aspects of their respective religions. Interesting and educational field trips for social science students included visits to Dixon State Mental Hospital, Criminal Court and police headquarters in Chicago, and the Bahai Temple in Wilmette. 38 Social Science Department Tl ! QQKIIIBIIL 575 ucudrxcftt REL, Mr. Richard Miller acknowledged Debbie Di Flavio's bid during an auction in his sixth hour Sociology class. Acgmwk Email 5 31 -32 .,f": fa? fs?- 1 as ' 9 .V ' .y .-- xl t w o' . . W I , L-1 ' ' .4-9 :QF XJ -r-'-7 r . I . - 0 it" . , in Q..- W, K ffl V .- 1 ,lg Ag' ,gl "5 1 EQ, f4,,, ' x 1 ,Y 1 ,Qyjymavtf 5 N - . if W or it A 1 L , MR. ROBERT A. ALEX: , t y pf ANDER: American Prob- " W lems, Political Science, World History I. MR. KENNETH G. ARNESON: U. S. History, Basketball Coach. MR. G. GALIN,,. BERRIER: Afro - Ameri- can History, East Asian History, U.S. History, De- partment Head. MR. DA- VID H. BROWN: World Geography, U.S. History, Track and Cross Country Coach. MR. EDWARD L. CHEATHAM: U.S. His- tory, Gymnastics Coach. MR. RAYMOND A. CI- PRIANO: U.S. History, American Problems, Base- ball Coach. MRS. ILA S. GOLDBERG: Sociology. MR. WILLIAM C. HEL- LER: Economics, U.S. History, World History I. MR. PAUL W. JOR- DON: World History I, Football and Basketball Coach. MR. RICHARD G. MILLER: Sociology. MR. RICHARD E. PERSON: Sociology. MR. STAN- LEY J. REYNOLDS: An- thropology, Sociology. MR. BURTON L. SHOWERS: Russian History, Latin American History, World History I, Director of Stu- dent Activities. MR. JO- SEPH STEIN: U.S. His- tory, World History, Ger- man. MRS. KATHY J. TOOREDMAN: World Re- ligions Seminar, World History I, II. MRS. DEB- RA W. ZIMMERMAN: U. S. History, World History. U A -W' fri it M A AQ AMW? obj! J vt' ' C M ngbfawkkv . X U U, I +1 N ' MU' 6 My fwlft, .iiwlfflw . 5321.0 wg, 0 7,1 A M - TNQ? WMU .wi .M gf "v 'U X TWV ,LU My sl oi- A-Mu eww , Q if ' t UU' dirt ,JMS f ,wif , W0 .J LW I bfi! Ski-Ami ' 'V' Social Science Department 39 Library Furnished Study and Recreation Areas Forest View's library, directed by Mrs. Elizabeth Gallanis, contained more than 22,000 eg, , books to aid students with their studies. The .4 X, 1 college-career room provided books, pamphlets fihnstrips, and records describing colleg choices and career opportunities. Througho the day, students used the listening and ference rooms to play tapes or study quietly The English Resource Room continued to a students in preparing assignments, while m film reader-printers allowed students to material from a microfilm collection w over 55,000 The Library Department added a new less listening system, enabling students go to any part of the library to listen to and records. Students found additional tional benefits from the library's 150 12 newspapers, and 800 record albums as as its collection of art prints, started in One of the essential facilities at View, the library served a two-fold While some students studied, researched information, or borrowed books, others e joyed the comfort of the lounge chairs 7 For ease in locating reading materials, students referred to the card catalogue. MRS. ELIZABETH A. GALLAN IS ian. MISS HOFFMAN 1 Librarian. GINIA R Librarian. 40 Library Head Librar- ELENA L. Assistant MRS. VIR- JOHNSON: 'TIP fl.: x, ' T. 1 5 J. EH Y i., , 'K gi' X-:V T N .i V X EK! .5595 , -Q .ifffj 'A 'Aff N gf -J qv-"'V A' if-6 ' it wil l .., J , - .' , g , f ' it L relax and read magazines or newspapers. Students utilized library record players to listen to their favorite albums. an ? Ni Music Department Groups Served the Community nstrur director Mr. Jim Kasprzyk. r. Fred Schimmelman instructed the seventh hour choir to sing louder. l members concentrated on a musical score under the direction of choral and if"u",u ,, it in 1 33515. 5 Q . - ,mf Both the instrumental and vocal divisions of the Music Department formed groups to perform within the school as well as within the community. The Symphonic and Concert Bands mastered both classical and modern scores to play in concerts throughout the year. Members of the Marching Band, who spent hours rehearsing in marching formation, played at home football games, while the Pep Band helped create school spirit at pep sessions. Jazz Band members entertained at class meet- ings, assemblies, and concerts. Choral groups included the Freshmen Cho- rus, Girls' Glee Club, and Mixed Choir. Begin- ning with the choir's performance in the Fall Festival Coronation Assembly and continuing with various musical programs, the choral groups experienced an active year. Especially chosen for their musical abilities, the Towne Criers frequently ap- peared in programs within the community. They, along with the instrumental and choral groups, worked daily to prepare successful and entertaining programs. MR. FRED 0. ELLIOT: Orchestra, Band. Jazz Band, Harmony and Ar- ranging. MR. JAMES R. e KASPRZYK: Band, Fresh- N75 xi men Girls' Chorus, Fine lf. ' J Arts Appreciation. MR. W f - FRED P. SCHIMMEL- ' ' MAN: Girls' Glee, Choir, , Towne Criers, Vocales, Tri-M Sponsor. fC' 2" Music Department 41 .X ,f -V QT .-n-1" Upperclassmen often chose the cafeteria in which to study or MRS. CHARLOTTE DREIS- CHARF: Self-Directed Ac- tivity Program. MRS. Q JOYCE HOLLINGER: Study Hall. MR. GEORGE LA- MAC: Study Hall. 42 Study Hans relax during SDAP. Students Enjoyed Liberal Policies During Free Hours In an attempt to give students more free- dom in using their spare periods, the school continued its Self-Directed Activities Pro- gram. For the first time, Forest View admin- istrators extended open study privileges not only to seniors and juniors but also to sopho- mores. Freshmen continued to spend their free hours in one of the two study halls, located in Rooms A-324 and A-205. Students participating in this liberal study program used the oppor- tunity to work in such areas as the English and Foreign Language Resource Rooms, the library, the typing rooms, or the cafeteria. Success of the Self-Directed Activities Program determined whether or not it would be extended to all under- classmen in the future. Freshmen used assigned study hall periods to complete homework or just to re ' '-1' 1. ' ' ' j-1 1 e'L ' U1 'fl' Lxmiei, ' 4 - - I xg .5 - Students Sought Health Aid in Special Services itil!! RUBY 3 Judy Thomas made the proper adjustments on the scale. I Students desiring special help in overcoming speech impediments consulted Miss Wally Moist counseled troubled students. Beverly Evko. Students with various health and social problems benefited from the special services of Forest View's nurse, speech therapist, and psychologist. Mrs. Judy Thomas, the school nurse, en- forced a strict policy regarding the treatment of students' illnesses. She kept medical files on each student and administered first aid when necessary. A veteran nurse of twelve years, Mrs. Thomas experienced her first year as a school nurse. Using a program similar to Independent Study, Miss Beverly Evko, the speech therapist, helped students who had problems in fluency, phonetics, and articulation. By isolating a sin- gle letter and using it in words, Miss Evko helped to eliminate undesirable speech handi- caps. Later, she included the letter in an en- tire sentence until the student became accustomed to its sound and used it in his daily speech. Mr. Allen Askew, Forest View's psycholo- gist, counseled any student who, because of family or social problems, encountered dif- ficulties in school. These three people provided valuable as- sistance for those students who sought help in correcting bothersome problems. 'tif Special Services 43 Mr Thomas Hansen lent an ear to student problems. Counselors relaxed between appointments MR. ALLEN G. ASKEW: School Psychologist. MRS. CHARLOTTE COTNER: Learning Disabilities. MR. G. DOUGLAS DONOHO: Guidance Counselor, Test Director, Senior Class Spon- sor. MISS BEVERLY EVKO CNot presentb: Speech Cor- rectionist. MR. THOMAS HANSEN: Guidance Coun- selor. MR. WAYNE HAN- SON: Guidance Counselor, Freshman Class Sponsor, MR. PETER C. JENSEN tNot presentlz Guidance Counselor, Junior Class Sponsor. MR. KENNETH S. KALETA: Guidance Counselor, Sophomore Class Sponsor. MRS. VIRGINIA M. KERCHEVAL: College Counselor. MRS. TERILYN LOUISE KORETSKY: So- cial Worker. MRS. JEAN SHELTON: Guidance Coun- selor. MR. RICHARD W. STANOWSKI: Department Head. MRS. JUDY THO- MAS: Nurse. MRS. DIANE R. UHL: Special Educa- tion. MISS KAREN K. UH- REN: Guidance Counselor, Senior Class Sponsor. MR. CHARLES J. WIDLOWSKI: Guidance Counselor, Coop- erative Work Agreement Coordinator. MISS DORO- THY J. ZUZULA: Guidance Counselor. ...- . ,YL W., :Z ::f+.r:- 45 . at 'Pi 1 e ' N J J W 1 7 w. I In .S I , if 'J ' r Q X1 If I s '1 KE AIJBRIR I Counselors Assisted Students need. 'S "Hr-r I eq., f 1 f aware of a student's progress, Mr. Charles Widlowski gave advice accord- With Future Plans Members of each class consulted their counselors, who provided information on courses, assessed vocational interests, and gave advice on personal problems. Incoming fresh- men took placement tests provided by the Gui- dance Department. The counselors scheduled the college entrance examinations, administered various aptitude and achievement tests to stu- dents in the first two years of high school, and distributed vocational interest questionnaires designed to aid students in vocational choices. Because of the demand for information on various colleges, entrance requirements, and available scholarships, the Guidance Depart- ment supplied students with hundreds of cata- logs and pamphlets and also invited numerous college representatives to speak with interested students. Through visiting career representa- tives, students planning to enter special pro- fessions, such as journalism or radio broadcasting, learned of current employment opportunities. These services often facilitated overcoming difficulties students met while plan- ning a future. Police Officer Walter A. Moist counseled stu- dents and watched for incidents of truancy and vandalism. District 214 hired a police counselor to offer students an adult advisor other than the teachers, counselors, etc. in the school. Mr. Moist proved to be a source of information on laws and other aspects of the police system. Ken Kaleta used available materials to help provide information for Tracy Schmidt and Donna Miller. dig ew v-2 Guidance Department 45 Sd' vl- l 4' 1.-is ,gt 3- ul was J. CLERICAL STAFF: Bottom Row: Marcia Bicknase, Evie Reel, Pat Han- Wood. Top Row: Jean Riley, Nancy Malget, Sue Barger, Bea Flosi, Dee na, Betty Schneider, Dorothy Martin, Alma Baker, Pat Moeller, Ruth Butler, Betty Winsell, Estelle Gates, Joan Snell, Pat Hansen. CAFETERIA STAFF: Bottom Row: C. Winklemann, R. Saugling, V. Don- R. Lesmeister. J. Porto. Top Row: H. Hanke, D. Witomski, P. avon, J. Koentopp. Row 2: K. Ruggiero, R. Miller, G. Pine. B. Ochocki, V. Koepke, M. Lemke, E. Mollenkamp, P. Nielsen, A. Schwert. 1. fx: E. I Jr I I Q 46 Staffs Irene Lietz organized office files. Custodian Wayne Swearingen exhibited pictures of former Conference Championship teams in "C" Building. Mrs. Bea Fl v-4., ' , Staffs Performed Duties for School's Efficient Operation Through their accuracy and efficiency in performing clerical duties, Forest View's secretaries aided administrators in managing the scho01's business. During the year, their services included answering phone calls and writing admits. The preparation of master schedules, student enrollment lists, absentee lists, and the morning announcements provided faculty, as well as students, with helpful and necessary information. As in past years, the cafeteria staff pre- pared and served Well-balanced, nutritious meals to students and faculty. Continuance of the breakfast program satisfied early morning appetites, while the addition of a basket-lunch line combined nourishment with convenience. The ala carte and candy lines provided students with quick meals and snacks during all lunch periods. osi and Mrs. Dorothy Martin discussed student attendance. 4215 riff r six. 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Many different events oc- curred during the week-long celebration. Fal- cons bought Forest View pennants, buttons, mums, and balloons. They cheered for their presidents in Tuesday's class-competition pogo- stick contest. On Wednesday students honored the coaches and athletes and, after the pres- entation assembly, voted for the queen candidate of their choice. Thursday became Heart Day, during which any girl who talked to a boy sur- rendered her paper heart. Despite rainy weath- er, Falcon fans showed their enthusiasm by at- tending a spirit rally in the evening. On the following day, students wore school colors and danced to the music of Osley Farm at an eve- ning mixer. During Friday's coronation assem- bly, Ron Norberg crowned Kathy Dolan Queen of Fall Festival Week. She and her court pre- sided over the Homecoming Football Game against the Conant Cougars. The Lettermen's dance, "Tout le Monde est Beauj' concluded Queen Kathy's reign over an eventful week. Lettermen displayed their trophies at the 1970 Fall Festival Dance. FALL FESTIVAL COURT: Bottom Row: Shawn Geegan. Row 2: Judy Palmer, Sue Conway, Joyce Whitchurch, Kathy Dolan, Beth Hill, Les Payne, Jill Wybest. Top Row: Kent Koentopp, Randy Traub, Dave Ray, Dave Buschart, George Bauer, Ron Norberg. l N o Fall Festival 53 X -. 1 . .gf-.1 1 I -. -Z" .Ji jk Ei f H-5.1 ., ,QW ' ,egg L ,Y .1 -., .V - -. - . -L! r-.-,.3. ' 1- I "2 4 ' V QP. f ar i w - ,, qi., H.. ?QQHwQ . 1 1 -EU , SW. Z 1255565 W 2 V ' -- QE, Rf , 51 ., -, - "Ha V. A-, g 1 1 .. 4 l ,J 'ii I' JJ ," .lam J, ' 1 nf-f wax- 1 if rzfwxm- veg., I A 1173-5241- im. V .A W A 2:-f .1-9' h3. .., vL - "5a4f' E' SP3 . ".. " 1' -1 Z V - 'N'- llifz.-.,,. -gf 1. g, LT, .:",1-If-fwai' H5-Li' fz Lf! " :if-,l f Q . LQ-'T Q: f1uf'..1 1 1 1' 'ir ep ic' Q 11 .. " 1'J' . 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' .-il--V 1 0 vi- wi, ,Q fp 'Ewa 1 I . 1 4 - I ' I If r-fi X' 15 Q r if 5m , P23 J 559' LK 5 44.-I 1 LT A 'A Je ,E X.: I fi' N xi , W,,. , ,U it gg W ' w Y , .L 1-in ,,, +- fi 0 1' 1' V9 . A ' 'f L . W- rl' ln. - wg, - - L... Y , ,. ,Wh - . ...,., . .w - V-Show Used Special Sound and Lighting Effects members performed to the contemporary dance number 'Tm a Man." funny "piece of grassn in the flower pot provided a topic for one of the blackouts. Original blackouts, songs, and musical ar- rangements highlighted this year's Variety Show How Old Will You Be in 1984? The production, jointly directed by Mr. Robert Stelk and John Wegner, included over twenty acts and employed such special effects as strobe lighting and unique sound techniques. Individual performances ranged from Jo Ann Mugnolo's lamentation on the younger gen! eration in "The Flower Song" to Kerry Dono- van's entertaining portrayal of Charles M. Schulz' famous character, Charlie Brown, in "Lunchtime," The novel space-age number, "March of the Martians," contrasted with "Rubber Ducky" to illustrate the variety of dances presented. Ann VandenBoom and Sue Lubeck sang stage tunes from "The Happy Ending" and "Sweet Charity," respectively. With the help of John Wegner, the Vocales pre- sented a comedy routine based on "My Heart Belongs to Daddy." Folk singers Dee Dibble and Joy Agger set a poignant mood with "Hey, That's No Way to Say Goodbye." Short black- outs concerned with a variety of subjects sep- arated the acts. After a brief intermission, the band played an original composition, "C- 100," by Mr. Fred Elliot, the band director. The ensemble closed the show with the number, "Beginnings," by the musical group, Chicago. Charlie Brown came to Forest View in an original skit by Kerry Donavon. zzwwwfi, V in 'IJ in XLJA and clubs combined efforts to deck our halls. rated halls reflected Falcon Christmas spirit. Rick Latta relaxed after doing his share in the Canned Food Drive Week activities. Canned Food Drive and Decorations Marked the Holiday Season Sponsored by the Representative Assembly, the annual Canned Food Drive enabled Falcons to express their Christmas spirit while aiding the less fortunate. Collection of the food began December 14 and continued until the twenty- first. Organized on a class-competition basis, the sophomores won the drive with a total of 2,978 pounds. General Chairman Dan McFall added a fifth bin for items collected by teachers and students at Dempster Junior High School. Altogether, the Falcons accumulated 9,554 pounds of food, which they sent to Northwest Op- portunity Center for distribution in Cook County. Christmas Week 59 1 x I l E3 g L 'Xu' K s eagerly awaited the announcement of the queen. Agger, Sandy Schwedler, Keith Semar. by her escort Frank May, Queen Laurie Alm reigned over Christmas Ball. Couples Shared Holiday Spirit at i'Fantasy in Frosti' A "Fantasy in Frost,', the 1970 Christmas Ball, awaited all Falcons in the boys' gym on Tuesday evening, December 22, 1970. Lacy snowflakes and shimmering icicles helped to set the yuletide spirit. A heart-shaped lake in the center of the gym accented the deco- rations. At ten o'cl0ck, Don Jastrebski an- nounced the Christmas Ball queen, Laurie Alm, and her four attendants, Senior Beth Mill, Jun- ior Deb Lata, Sophomore Jan Voiss, and Fresh- man Sandy Schwedler. Throughout the evening, couples listened to music played by the Con- solidated Freight. The evening ended all too soon and the couples departed, cherishing mem- ories of their "Fantasy in Frostfl BALL COURT: Bottom Row: Queen Laurie Alm. Top Row: Dale Schoenbeck, Jan Voiss, Brad Carlson, Beth Hill, Frank May, Deb Lata, Christmas Ball 61 Studies in Agony Portrayed Struggle and Conflict Suddenly aware of her murderer Ueff Beebel, Mrs. Stevenson tMary Lynn Cottenl attempted to call for help when . . . Folial glared at the crown while the king watched. l Studies in Agony, the winter drama pro- duction, presented Saturday, February 6, in- cluded three one-act plays. "Escorial," written by Michel de Cheldrode, focused on the actions of a bewildered king, played by Joe Hammond. As the queen lay on her deathbed, the court jes- ter, Folial, played by John Tofilon, attempted to overpower the king. Out of his mind with madness, the king ordered the execution of Folial. "Sorry, Wrong Number," written by Lu- cille Flecter, portrayed the dilemma of an in- valid tMary Lynn Cottenl who tried to reach her husband by telephone. After asking the operator for help, she overheard a conversation concerning a murder. Unaware that the intended murder was her own, she frantically tried to get assistance, but the police would not listen to her story. "If I Should Wake Before I Die" starred the playwright, Mr. Charles B. Wilde, in the lead role as Johnny. A fiercely proud man, Johnny refused to accept just any available role, even though the opportunity would advance him in the acting world. The play illustrated the re- sulting hardships and torn thoughts that Johnny experienced. Kathy 0'Rouke directed "Sorry, Wrong Number," while Mr. Wilde directed the others. Johnny, played by Mr. Wilde, expressed his thoughts to his lost love, Ann, played by Debbie Di Flavio. 'W 'N Q V1 I 'K Q I 'if' ,QWT Ex ' ra p2g2l iikaiy f fim- " K A, fijflkig E-""' I 5041, N "4zm Ni -ni 14 Pi 'T' -HQ' 'nur b -:fun E v-' Nx ,x Q. I .r N. 11-:A ,, f .-.mi " r ' I -z.Af-fl' X. 2' G .5 .-k,.,t,,i -4 - W 1 , PQ, '- Le.. ,. I , v,1' rl I eff . 5 . it gp f,fJ'!' J, .gif ff 4 V ll 1 ,' ,lf AH' 'M ' " sg" f 4 '45-g fi . 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S " X . if- a ' ' J l is? ,' ' i , . as v + A 1 I 'ha , , . ,, Q- 1 4. s ' N, . wr W V 4-fm San Jar John Wegner had to choose between the Lady and Barbara Madelme Palrmsano F- Satan John Tofxlon tempted Eve w1th an apple Passlonella Cheryl Jorgensen portrayed a modern Clnder el Separate Ep1SOd6S Developed One Idea 1n The Apple Tree Through the combmed talents of the actmg crew the vocal and dance chorus and the stage crew Forest Vrew s Muslc and Drama Depart ments presented The Apple Tree on Aprll 24 25 and 26 Three GplS0d6S composed the muslcal The tlrst segment entitled The Dlary ot Adam and Eve portrayed Mark Twam s verslon ot the B1b1lC31 story Lady or the T1ger" story ot a Jealous prmcess and the tate ot her lover followed The f1nal 6p1SOde Passlon ella depleted Jules Felffer s story ot a Chlffl ney sweep s deslre to become a IHOV16 star A recurrmg theme the mam character s unhappl ness upon 3tt3lfllIlg once des1red knowledge umtled separate plots Mrs Judee Ross dlrected the musxcal Choral dlrector Mr Fred Sch1mmelman or chestra dlrector Mr Fred Elllot technical dlrector Mr Robert Stelk and l1ght1ngd1rector Mr Charles Wllde assisted Mrs Ross Wlth the productlon Spring Musical 67 "' "' 'f 0 Q y 1 . , . 1 1 , . ,. . H . . 1 ss ' 1 - ' 1 ' ' C4 ' 77 a ' ' ll ' 1 ' 1 ,, . . , . . 1 , . . . . , . 1 - 7 1 - 1 ' 1 ' 1 . 1 ' 1 1 y , , . . 1 3 - 1 1 . l l l fit ag Ti nam M- f il 2 Q, , D Q, l Q rv u 1, g f 1111 :J .,, , ,F fr ,L fa C . .,n ffv- ' - ' 1 1. il -wx... R' Mix U 'Y rx , 7 ,J , ' ,A .5 1151! ,wg fi, L :f .141 1. xg-'-22 . 4 F' - '-L: jx, ,:: .-,,rr- :-i ii'22'f'3 :I , r'5bf:?f'- -s I . v Q ,. ,Q 55.51, L- 'J-Q I 1 L . U5 -gil -gif 1- g?33TJAUi-.A .,. -53, fiifiv 'U ,-L1.ZVs created memories at the prom, "A Time for Us. " Mint-Green and Pink Highlighted HA Time for Usl' After long months of careful preparation directed by General Chairman Lynn Lower, the Junior Class presented "A Time for Us" on May 22, 1970. The memorable evening began at 9:00 when couples started arriving at the O'Hare Inn. Upon entering the Grand Ballroom, each girl received a charm, and each boy received a tie-tac, keep- sakes of the eighth annual prom. Against a mint- green and pink setting, Queen Denise Darnall reigned over the festivities. With her escort, Dave Long, she led the couples in dance to the Alan Swain Band and Music Fair. As midnight approached, the music gently faded away, and with it, a beautiful evening ended for any Romeo and his Juliet. 1970 PROM COURT: Ron Roszak, Lynn Grosch, Bruce Kratky, Karen McKenney, Dave Long, Denise Damall, Eileen 0'Brien, Jerry McEvilly, Lyn- 1 ette Wall, John Ingo. X- 1970 Prom 69 N --. . ,LT -1- .., i,"' Wm- -, vf -A.. g- , WK I ,f,:- gl JLL Q W. M if-P' f is i R-Q gs RQ?- 4 .,. -flip' . I Gazer may, . - ,Af- aa..-nv' ' -nf l I 1 Bear player Harry Gunner tried to get by Mr. Richard Austin. Fightin' Falcon Faculty left the bench determined to win. Big Bears Edged Fighting Faculty in Packed Gymnasium After long weeks of preparation, Forest View's faculty met the Chicago Bears in a Lettermen-sponsored basketball game. On Feb- ruary 10, nearly twelve hundred students and parents filled the gymnasium for the exciting game. Throughout the event, the score remained very close until, in the last second, Chicago Bear Doug Buffone scored the winning basket to give the Bears an 86-84 victory. During half time, the crowd enjoyed the antics of ten boy cheerleaders. The Lettermen sponsored the game to pro- mote athletic interest. All proceeds went toward the purchase of athletic equipment. Mr. Glen Elms and Dick Gordon leaped for a jump ball. X Bears-Faculty Basketball Game 71 The forward line anxiously awaited the outcome of a serve. GRA Gave Girls and Dads a Night of Sporting Fun On February 15, from 7 to 9:30 p.m., twenty-one girls and their dads attended GRA's fifth-annual Dad-Daughter Volleyball Night. The couples formed seven teams and played seven ten-minute volleyball games. Later, they rested from the strenuous com- petition and ate homemade cookies and brownies After refreshments, the first, second, and last- place teams received ribbons. A team of junior girls and their fathers took first place in the evening's competition. Mr. John Griggs sternly concentrated on his serve. With the help of her Dad, Sue Maas returned the ball. tl'lIl"i'uLl'n'. 'W' fi W - " 72 Dad-Daughter Volleyball Night i Uu?5r' Seniors, Juniors Battled in Powder Puff Football Game On November 14, the senior girls accepted the junior girls' challenge to compete in the first annual Powder Puff Football Game. Led by Senior Head Coach Kent Koentopp and Junior Head Coach Dave Borgardt, the two teams prac- ticed plays and went through drills for an en- tire week before the game. Although the weather was cold, windy and snowy, the game continued as scheduled, with each team striving for a class victory. Two touchdowns by senior quarterback Diane Owsiany and a two-point conversion by team- mate Randi McDonald resulted in a 14-0 victory for the seniors. SENIOR TEAM Bottom Row Diane Miskovetz Diane Ow Carol Reynolds, Lorraine Sadrakula, Terri Cahill. Top Row: Jeanne Coach Kent Koentopp Demce Semar Bette Neururer Chris Gar Reder Sallie Shellhorn, Robin Bender. .. " I 9 , Tx.-LL. I Powder Puff Football Game 73 '17-:"3HF'F': L L IQ' ' 'W HT I , , 1 , . ' I I . T ggflhl 'br "I am only one, but still am one. I cannot do everything, but st111 I can do somethmg And because I cannot do everythlng I w1ll not refuse to do something I can do."-Edward Hale 74 Interests panonama GF lntenests -x..-,, r l REPRESENTATIVE ASSEMBLY: Bottom Row: Pres. Dave Ray, Vice- Pres. Lori Meade, Sec. Diane Miskovetz, Treas. Kathy Betterman. Row 2: Mr. Burton Showers, Deanna DeMares, Michel Riley. Lynda Russo, Lloyd Green, Pat Mugnolo, Vicki Firszt, Scott Rebman, Betsy Hill. Row 3: Karen Dodds, Carol Christmas, Larry Pressl, Paula Me- Representative Assembly Emphasized the Importance of Unity Among Students A concise statement of the goal of the Rep- resentative Assembly, Uto serve and unite," applied especially to this year as the organiza- tion strove to involve all of the different types of students in school-sponsored activities. Vol- untary class board enabled any interested stu- dent to voice his opinions and serve his fellow students. In addition, homeroom reporters, elected from among the students of a particular homeroom, improved communications by giving frequent accounts of Assembly plans and activities. The Representative Assembly divided its many responsibilities among eight committees, ranging from curriculum to finance. In the fall, Assembly members held a party for transfer students. They also sponsored the Variety Show, Fall Festival Week, the Canned Food Drive. and the fun nites. Headed by President Dave Ray, Vice President Lori Meade, Treasurer Kathy Betterman, and Secretary Diane Mis- kovetz, the Representative Assembly prepared for the National Association of Student Council to be hosted by Forest View High School in thfj summer of 1972. Exercising his duties as State Student Council President, Brian Gillespie con- tributed to the planning of this important event.- During the school year, the Representa- tive Assembly played an integral part in the success of school functions as it attempted to unite and involve students more fully. I lone, Karen Kuhn, Melinda Gallagher, Sue Bolanos, Beth Poore, Norberg, Joe Hammond. Top Row: Bruce Mueller, Pete Casey, Salinsky, Joe O'Brien, Jay Hedges, Ted Maas, Dean Ennes. James ley, Bob Bittler. Not Present: Sharon Barth, Dave Buschart, Mike Er hard, Brian Gillespie. 76 Representative Assembly l i A If 1 AA A A l ,-.. IEE.. , . I f x 1 1 X A I x" .RIN ML, U . , X ,EH aL 5 I 5 gi x ,JW I ' -ana, A 1 .H 'sd A L -gg HT' 3 .fl N lf 1 'Q 'J-Q V: W2 4- my ki- i . Bi K. . 'fe T!-l -Q ei-in ,V :J 'T in H H' ' ., - Q . F 1 r M . fy -Eagan 6 wi v, ' u 1 fb' 9-.3 .C , .b Y 1 :L Q 'lf ' . if " .,. 1 1. , wi 3? . s q F v, 'fi N' 1 f X: I 1 . . N , , E X 'ff I 1 , . FS i ' 1 x E g a fin E i T N 'if' 'if , E , V it :hi , ?ff ' NHS: Bottom Row: Paul Derezotes, Jim Jordan, Jim Pergander, Mary Gail Tolf, Liz Nesbit, Betsy Hill. Top Row: Karen Young, Arlene Lynn Cotten, Kathy Maly, Ellen Manfredi, Dick Martin, Dave Dwyer, sen, Sue Jones, Mary Pat Doyle, Kathy Betterman, Bill Oberhardt Richard Thompsen, Roger Frech. Row 2: Patti Murray, Karen Krzywda, Willert, Bill Robertson, Dan Kolle, Art Jones, Robin Fogarty, .., Chris Caulfield, Leslie Troutman, Vice-Pres. Anne Powers, Pres. Don Poore, Robin Losito, Mr. Wendell Schwartz. Germano, Sec.-Treas. Margaret Johnson, Anne Gunter, Debbie Houdek, NHS Pres. Don Germano updated the Senior Honor Roll QUILL AND SCROLL: Bottom Row: Gail Schneider, Karen Krzywda, Leslie 'Fr display case. man, Dolores Vercelli, Melissa Parsons. Row 2: Paula Kinneman Cath A , Y Patty Murray, Pres. Nancy King, Sec.-Treas. Cheryl Jorgensen, Ron Norberg gg? Qi O'Rourke. Top Row: Mr. Richard Carey, Kathy Gagnon, Jayne King, Kathy ""' Kris Olson, Marilyn Trenter, Ron Schlatter, J w u Jgnai :...,, Students Excelling in Scholastic Ability and Interest Qualified for Honor Clubs National Honor Society recognized those tudents who demonstrated excellence in schol- rship, leadership, character, and service. In ccordance with tradition, NHS members sold con pennants during Fall Festival Week. lowing this initial activity, the organization a trip to Northwestern University to a football game. Decal sales and the sponsorship of a coke provided additional activities for the s. As in previous years, the society, functioned mainly as a service club, op- the paperback bookstore for the benefit the student body. Members also maintained showcases which displayed the Junior and Honor Rolls. The most important under- the initiation ceremony for seniors, and probationary sophomores, occurred he spring and completed the club's activities. This year's Quill and Scroll, an honorary for high school journalists, included members from both the Talon and Viewer Under the leadership of the three offi- the society hosted the Publications Ban- in October and formally initiated new ers in April. To be accepted for Quill Scroll, a student must not only rank in the one-third of the class but also have done work on either of the two school and have received the recommenda- of either Mr. Staley or Mr. Carey. Conflicts with the 1970 Spring Musical and Variety Show caused a delay in the forma- of this year's Modern Music Masters, e commonly known as Tri-M. In order the club's activities could begin in Janu- , a self-appointed committee of four, com- prised of the only remaining active members, assumed the responsibilities of organizing a fall membership drive and scheduling subse- quent auditions. Led by President Gaylan Bass and four additional officers, the thirty newly elected members prepared for the regular spring membership drive and traditional ini- tiation ceremony. Tri-M granted membership to qualified students on the basis of musical auditions, academic achievements, and knowledge of the organization's constitution. Students who excelled in speech qualified for admission in the National Forensics League. To become a member, an applicant must have a certain number of points in either debate or individual speech events. Twenty- seven students, led by President Charles Mc- Haley and Vice-President Ted Maas, consti- tuted this yearis society. In addition to assembling the school calendar, NFL members planned a Christmas party, Qualified students interested in promoting scholarship in and understanding and enjoyment of mathematics joined Mu Alpha Theta. To be eligible, a student must have completed four semesters of college preparatory math and be enrolled in a fifth semester of math. The or- ganization stressed student involvement through the members' presentations of math-related projects. Guest speakers introduced different mathematical principles and applications, which proved to be both interesting and thought- provoking. As in previous years, MA9 conducted the Mathematical Association of America Math Contest. Bottom Row: Robin Fogarty, Cary Nelson, Kathy Betterman, Feil. Row 3: Leslie Troutman, Doreen Ogino Sue Bolanos Paul Ger Drews, Pres, Gaylan Bass, Sec. Lisa Baugh. Row 23 Sue Busch, mano, Maryann Wierec, Diane Keys. Top Row Bonnie Timm Pat Mil Shaver, Debi Wells, Fran Carroll, Vice-Pres. Jackie Nitz, Pat ler, Derrick Lord, Karen Krien, Rick Karcher Treas Don Germano F n .v I l A l NATIONAL FORENSICS LEAGUE: Bottom Row: Scott Ericson, Rhys Read, Pres. Chuck McHaley, Vice-Pres. Ted Maas, Larry Larson, Chuck Willes, Roger Frech. Row 2: Mary Leahy, Diane Frantell, Sherry Raky- ta, Mary Lynn Cotten, Patti Murray, Nancy Llewellyn, Sue Culkar, MU ALPHA THETA: Bottom Row: Bob Bergadon, Steve Arthur, Larry Host, Bob Walker, Ron Lundin, Steve Kupitz, Roger Frech, Chuck Mc- Haley. Row 2: Miss Patricia Orloski, Anne Gunter, Gaylan Bass, Mar- garet Johnson, Treas. Gayle Tolf, Pres. Ray Kielhack, Sec. Kathy Bet- terman, Mary Pat Doyle, Lisa Baugh, Leslie Dargo, Patti Snyder. Row 3: Mr. Douglas Tolman, Jackie Nitz, Mary Eschenbrenner, Becky Roser, Cheryl Jorgensen, Helen Boyles, Barb Gedgren. Top'Row: Steve Raymond Kielhack. Tom Maze, George Tautz, Joe Hammond, Fanizza, Mark Seasly, Scott Rebman, Carol McCullough. Beth Poore, Liz Nesbit, Vicki Firszt, Terry Fiedotjew, Pat Feil, Ch Caulfield, Audrey Kirsten, Pat Frankowski. Row 4: Art Jones, Nad Miskovetz, Robin Fogarty, Debbie Houdek, Karen Jacobsen, F Carroll, Dave Abbott. Top Row: Dave Dwyer, Tim Byrne, Jon Dick Thompson, Derrick Lord, Steve Schmid, James Conley, Schmidt, Don Germano. so NFL, MA9 ... A, A .J AV Electronics Acquired Skills in Mass Media Audio-Visual Club members had the opportun- ity to participate actively in an educational program while performing services for both the faculty and students. Club members bene- fited from the general knowledge of communi- cations and technology they obtained. In addi- tion, they supplied teachers with equipment nec- essary for classroom learning and devoted time to help set up equipment for assemblies, class meetings, drama productions, and other school functions. AV Club extended membership to any inter- ested student with a C-average or better who received a passing grade on qualifying tests covering procedures and equipment. Under the guidance of Mr. Leroy Thomson, the Electronics Club gave students interested in electronics a chance to put their ideas into action. With President Joe Reiss and Vice- President Doug Watson, the members enlarged the television-servicing area while learning safe handling techniques of test instruments, radios, televisions, and other electronic equipment. VISUAL CLUB Bottom Row Jeff Hirth Dave Patterson Aaron Sanders Fred Roche. Top Row: Mr. Eric Bayles, Ken Fick, Mike Loeschen -Q z 4 AV, Electronics Clubs 81 Panorama of Forest View Illustrated Desire to Represent Entire Student Body To produce a well-organized, informative, and attractive yearbook, planning must start several months preceding the commencement of the school year. Upon her announcement, then, as Editor-in-Chief of the 1971 Talon in March, Leslie Troutman began to formulate ideas for the publication. During the summer, she and Copy Editor Anne Powers attended two separate journalism workshops at the University of Wisconsin and Northern Illinois University, respectively. There they studied the fundamentals of layout, copy, and photography. In September, work began in earnest as the staff updated student files, cropped pictures, typed copy, and wrote captions and headings. Besides designing layouts, Leslie assigned and supervised all staff work. Anne distributed and edited copy, while Photo Editor Kathy Maly scheduled all pictures and engaged staff mem- bers to meet the photographer. Mr. Robert Staley, who assumed the financial management of the book, assisted production as the Talon advisor. The staff appreciated the services of David Swain, who photographed a large number Editor in Chief Leslie Troutman and Copy Editor Anne Powers revised materials of scenes of daily school life. Two ideas which added to the basic format of the 1971 Talon were the page kickers Cone or two-word descriptions of page content ad- jacent to page numberl and the placement of faculty portraits in the academic section. This latter arrangement, and also that of combining the Senior Summaries at the end of the book, allowed efficient use to be made of the limited space resulting from an increased enrollment. In conjunction with the theme, Panorama of Forest View, the outwardly extending arrows of the cover and endsheet designs, as well as the division page pictures depicting a scene from various angles, signified our wish to present fully the many different facets that characterize the Forest View student and his school. Since September, the staff has met six hectic deadlines to produce the 1971 Talon but Q . . . h W e have been well gratified with the result hope that each student will be pleased wh he pages through the book and recalls tl events of the 1970-1971 school year. Mr. Robert Staley combined teaching duties with those of Talon advisor. -1" v .- 2 jing. il 3' .4 R.. 'AA jf! up .5 NK, x, .Xc ,e STAFF: Bottom Row: Diane Miskovetz, Marcia Booth, Nancy Karen Terrell. Row 2: Photography Editor Kathy Maly, Editor- Leslie Troutman, Copy Editor Anne Powers, Lorraine Sad- Yfrm-.S f"'5E"'J 4. ,- ' v W, , Y ....ai'i:., Hall searched for old Talons among books and papers. Photography Editor Kathy Maly assisted staff members with caption writing. rakula. Row 3: Chris Garcia, Louise Berra, Nancy Curtis, Pam Schmalbeck, Debbie Domenico, Top Row: Jill Harraman, Sharon Prokop, Gayle Tolf, Robin Losito, Robyn Oberwetter. V Talon 83 ll ip v-"' 'l l JOURNALISM I: Bottom Row: Karen Romano, Geri Gust, Ann'Gilliland, Kniewel. Top Row: Diane Miskovetz, Duane Macklin, Jeff Beebe, Louise Berra, Kris Winkleman, Lorraine Sadrakula, Nancy Meyer, Barb Lighthall, Chris Michalek, Kevin Clarke, Mary Beth Ryan. Viewer staff member Kathy Powell completed a pas1 Advisor Mr. Richard Carey revised Paula Kinneman's layouts. for the Christmas edition. i ,l f'I il fi Y- i !. I. . nfl.-f?a X 7 77777 . Msg.-3, l 84 Viewer , I Viewer Strove for Quantity and Quality in News Publication "Published by and for the students" summed up the purpose of the Viewer. Besides' informing readers of school functions, the news- paper included any events outside or within the community that involved Forest View students. Mr. Richard Carey and Editor Nancy King, along with Managing Editors Ron Norberg and Patti Murray, checked materials gathered by ,X Q1 the reporters in Journalism III and IV to assure -N the existence of the quality and quantity of in- formation required to produce a good news- i paper. Frequently, Journalism I and II students contributed assignments which, when edited, sup- plemented an issue. Every Viewer contained a news page, serious and light features pages, and a sports page. Editorials, poems, Falcon Flubbers, and horoscopes provided varied reading materials for all students. EDITORIAL STAFF: Bottom Row: Karen Krzyda, Gail Sch- Jan Roberts, Melissa Parsons. Row 2: Dolores Vercelli, Paula Managing Editor Patti Murray, Editor-in-Chief Nancy King, s Vercelli intently listened for instructions from Viewer Editor Nancy King. Managing Editor Ron Norberg, Cheryl Jorgensen, Kathy 0'Rourke. Top Row: Ron Schlatter, Kathy Gagnon, Cathy Anderson, Jayne King, Kathy Powell, Kris Olson, Marilyn Trenter, Mr, Richard Carey. Viewer 85 Famous Guest Musicians Highlighted Band Conceri Barb Smith "talked up the Falcon spirit" at a football half-time show. CONCERT BAND: Bottom Row: Carolanne Haase, Sue Allen, Linda Munn, Debbie Busch, Rosemary Haase, Randi Mokas, Roy Dettloff, Nancy Bosnik, Kathy Miller. Row 2: Tod Skallerup, Linda Sue Bogard, Barbara Broman, Janet Moran, Kathy Ledding, Paul Cochenaur, Mike Calabrese, Thomas Potter, Dewain Springer, Brian Olsen, Mike White, John Jansen, Karen Lents, Rick Drews. Row 3: Susan Morris, Sandie Iwen, Janice Betterman, Caron Bentsen, Jerry Longtin, Cindy Cox, Eric Eichorst, l A variety of contests, parades, and con- certs gave the Forest View band the opportun- ity to exhibit its talent. Under the direction of Mr. Fred Elliot, the band participated in the University of Illinois Band Day, the District 214 Music Festival, the State Band Contest, the Columbus Day Parade, and the Arlington Heights Christmas Parade. The Concert Band performed for students and faculty at the Christmas Assembly and presented a Christ- mas Concert on December 20. In March, the Symphonic Band held a Winter Concert, which featured famous saxophone virtuoso, Fred Hemke. With the formation of a Jazz Band, stu- dents demonstrated their desire for variety in music. In November, the Jazz Band played at the Great Lakes Naval Hospital. Falcons lis- tened to their music at several assemblies ar concerts, including the May 12 concert, whiz starred Sonny Stit, famous tenor saxophor player from Washington, D.C. Chosen for their ability to handle the bato the Twirlers performed with the Marchir Band during football half-time shows ar also in several parades and contests. Tl four girls choreographed their own routini and occasionally used fire batons, an interes ing and entertaining innovation. Linda Krol, Bruce Bindon, Denis Padovani, David Cimo, Jackie Hock Tony Muscarello, David Waltmire, Ron Stiff, Allan Barnett, Jan Renl siak, Alan Schneck, Sue Rzepecki, Gary Fahrenbach, Vince Cortina Row: Mr. Fred Elliot, Don Mitroff, Paul Foss, Cornell Schumacher, Steele, Morgan Cotten, Edmund Dinkle, Scott Oliver, Terry Greg Jenkins, Dave Machinski, Mitch Patterson, Mark Gronke, Kucia, Mr. Jim Kasprzyk. 86 Band H f- , , " ' T A 5 SYMPHONIC BAND: Bottom Row: Deborah Mac Issac, Bev Brinkman, Bonnie Timm, Delores Dahlquist, Don Germano, Fred Di Cosola, Mary- Anne Abbott, Rick Karcher, Row 2: Nancy Reardon, Patty Frankowski. Audrey Kirsten, Francis Carroll, Glen Thiel, Daniel Pirron, Jon Dahl, Steve Stapleton, Kim Turner, Gary Nelson, George Vollkommer, Kathy Ledding. Row 3: Carla Opsahl, Joan Wood, Barb Pingel, Jackie Nitz, Danny Rhodes, Bob Bergadon, Mike Seidlitz, Rick Latta, Greg Ferguson, V A ,lf aQS3S2i'22 " A Mark Hoffman, Paul Germano, Mike Werling, Peggy Russo, Cindy Han- sen, Mark Masney, Diane Keys, Lisa Baugh, Scott Meyer. Row 4: Eric Miller, Jim Nicodem, Dave Abbott, Ted Urda, Gordon Moore, Derrick Lord, James Thomas, Tom Beherns, Jay Kinder. Top Row: Matt Cotten, Peter Casey, Jack McClure, Dave Christine, Don Maschinski, Mr. Fred Elliot, Mr. Jim Kasprzyk. Bottom Row: Pat Olsen, Barb Smith. Top CJ Diane DeBerry, Pat Paterno. Drum Major Rick Karcher directed the band during half-time. Band 87 v 3 . vi , l J ix J CHOIR: Bottom Row: Nancy Meyer, Jan McCafferty, Joyce Randle, Les- lie Troutman, Marsha VanHorn, Bridget Vaughn. Row 2: Tom Steinbraker, Jill Borgardt, Terry Mayhugh, Pat Skelly, Chris Iversen. Row 3: Candy Williams, Lari Shaver, Bob Dapper, Sue Culkar, Mary Woodsmall. Row 4: Sharon Schroeder, Steve Deno, Dave Savino, Liz Hennessey, Judy Daich, Row 5: Dan Michaels, Kathy Betterman, Dave Lundahl, Carol TOWNE CRIERS: Bottom Row: Linnea Anderson, Anne VandenBoom, Pam Drews, Debbie Lata, Sue Busch, Jean Cummings, Sandy Jelacsity, xy 1 f f 1 if ' l Q ll l i t I I Casper, Jens Pederson. Row 6: Gary Tosch, Pat Hornak, Carol Land- reth, Robin Fogarty, Pam Showman, Vicki Firszt. Row 7: Cris Emig, Kristie Zimmer, Anne Powers, Gale Lloyd, Kathleen Egan, Ken Smith. Top Row: Richard Rice, Jeff Snyder, Steve Almgreen, Sandy Nelson, Carol Litewski. Sandi Tosch, Pam Kapusta. Top Row: Dave Ray, Brian Gillespie, Don Jastrebski, Gary Douglas, Guy DiCara, Dave Buschart, John Wegner. Y' 88 Choral Groups Na dies n Krien sang a solo at the Randhurst Mall Christmas Concert. Bottom Row: Jean Turcotte, Joann Mugnolo, Nancy Blane, Vicki Nancy Curtis, Kathy 0'Brien. Row 2: Sue Bolanos, Pat Kiely, Olson, Ellen Molinari, Debbie Potter, Pam Drews. Row 3: Debbie Pat Johnson, Beckie Hysell, Pat Long, Mickie Freres, Cheryl Row 4: Karen Krien, Candy Eggers, Ann VandenBoom, Anne Sue Busch, Felicia Palmisano, Diane Owsiany. Row 5: Pam Judy Palmer, Joy Agger, Pat Miller, Delores Dahlquist, Nancy oral Groups Experienced an Active Singing Year Large enrollments characterized the var- ious choral groups for the school year 1970- 1971. The Freshmen Chorus and the Girls' Glee Club, directed by Mr. James Kasprzyk and Mr. Fred Schimmelman respectively, learned both sacred and secular musical com- positions to perform at the annual Christmas, Winter, and Spring Concerts. Forest View's 112-member choir, under the direction of Mr. Fred Schimmelman, was busy all year. Cancellation of the Fall Concert allowed more time to be devoted in prepara- tion for their winter program. The results were the Christmas Concert, given on Sunday, December 20, 1970, and the Christmas Assem- bly, performed the following day. In addition to the concerts at Forest View, the group en- tertained students at grammar schools and junior high schools, sang Christmas carols at Randhurst, and recorded a Christmas album. The choir also participated in the District 214 Music Festival, held on February 9, 1971, at Prospect High School. Another group of talented students was the Towne Criers. Comprised of ten girls and six boys, the group performed in the Vari- ety Show, the Christmas and Winter Con- certs, and at other schools. During a busy and successful year, they sang at Arlington Park Towers, the Mount Prospect Country Club, and the Mil1ionaire's Club at Golf Mill. Cole, Diane Johnson, Barbara Weber. Row 6: Kathy O'Rourke, Kathy Lutzow, Lorraine Sadrakula, Linnea Anderson, Gail McDonald, Dee Dib- ble, Jan Braiske, Cindy Hill, Sue Thorson, Debbie Freeman. Row 7: Gary Douglas, Joe Kunst, Mark McCormick, Terry Douglas, John Tofilon, Warren Hertz, John Wegner, Cindy Herzog. Top Row: Dave Ray, Dan Dahlquist, Mark Denney, Dave Buschart, Ken Fick, Mark Hager, Bob Stivanson. GIRLS' GLEE: Bottom Row: Sue Johnson, Lynda Russo, LuAnn Slawin- ski, Valerie Van Wey, Denise Gillette, Cindy Knaus, Darcy Busch, Pam Fick, Linda Kehr, Linda Suhanek, Cathy Fischer. Row Two: Debbie Smith, Peggy Bell, Barb Schumacher, Debby Busch, Sandy Padden, Ronda White, Melody Gerwig, Kerry Donovan, Margaret Griffin, Mary Ann Wierec, Doreen Ogino. Row Three: Fran Schmidt, Lori Trossen, Debbie Heilman, Cris Trujillo, Cindy Dolven, Paul VandenBoom, Pam Dews, Nancy Stollfus, Lynn Montague, Leslie Bryant, Debbie McMahon. Row FRESHMAN GIRLS' CHORUS: Bottom Row: Mr. James Kaspryzyk, Cindy Lata, Cindy Fuoco, Pam Agger, Sharon Soyka, Corinne Ross, Sec- Treas. Melodye Serino, Pres. Joy Huston, Kathy Arenberg, Christina Kunst, Theresa Potas, Pat Hyzy. Row 2: Donna Phillips, Anita Gussman, Sheri Peters, Kathy Hanna, Sue Wickline, Pat Choice, Pattie Moy, Jan Mehlan, Carol Winkler, Diana Bowling, Betty Matula, Alice Abernathy. Row 3: Marie Wilk, Denise Biancalana, Barbara Mensching, Jill Moeh- Four: Michiko Mitsusada, Sally Karcher, Mary Schroeder, Rose Mejasic, Sue Groff, Beckie Bailey, Karen Kuhn, Alice Nagel, Nancy Allison, Wilder, Mary Seasly, Annette Jastrebski, Mary Bresemann. Row Five: Cindv Grier, Lonise Johnsen, Diane Jessen, Kim Zelk, Charlotte Goer schler, Cathy Kalman, Marguerite Anderson, Sue Byrd, Sherry Rakyta, Cindy Weed. Top Row: Nada Mejasic, Stephanie Vassios, Gail Ferguson, Jan Steigerwald, Lori Spehar, Diane Swier. Fisher, Linda Goerger, Kathy McAuliffe, Lisa Cerniglia. Row 4: Randi Hafer, Sue Henrich, Debbie Rothenberger, Eileen Nilson, Janet Arko, Joyce Whitchurch, Cindy Brown, Kathy Miller, Sharon Fabian, Pam Lower, Maureen Ford, Mary Joyce. Top Row: Barbara Martzel, Sue Bromley, Ginger Cating, Cheryl Okon, Angela Karras, Sue Adams, Nancy Grier, Marie Hogy, Gloria Piechowski, Cathy Gustafson, Margaret Hennessey. ling, Chris Sheehan, Sue Starkey, Debbie Gill, Gail Henquinet, Annette 'en . A g' ago in 25 'r 's A ' f- ' f wi 'X V: hw '49 - -. K Y t. .15 .- T ill! -gh 1 in 1 .Q 1. -- ' 1, 90 Choral Groups xf, lla 47 J 15' 'i ., , PEP CLUB GOVERNING BOARD: Bottom Row: Leslie Troutman, Chairman Liz Nesbit, Candy Rusboldt. Row 2: Bev Hanna, Beth Poore, Peggy Bell. Row 3: Chris Caulfield, Lori Bonk, Pam Bowersox. Top Row: Ronda White, Diane Janssen, Pat Miller. Springer, Sue Groff, Carol Doyle. Row 3: Linda Doherty, Nancy ovies Instructed Dancers, Pep Club Cheered Athletes Dance Club members learned to co-ordi- nate dance movements gracefully and meaning- fully. During the year, the five officers and their sponsor, Mrs. Louise Phillips, arranged the presentation of a number of instructional dance movies to the group of thirty. Partici- pants choreographed original dances for the weekly club meetings as well as for the annual Orchesis Show. In the spring, they performed for their parents at the Dance Club Banquet. Forest Viewis Pep Club, divided into seven separate pep squads representing each of the minor sports, consisted of 180 members. This year, a Governing Board, under the direction of Liz Nesbit, determined all of the club's activities and made all of the decisions. The club, open to all interested Forest View girls, promoted team unity as well as school spirit. Members publicized coming sports events and performed various tasks including scoring and timing. Pep squads represented the entire school at both home and away meets. CLUB: Bottom Row: Melodye Serino, Karen Larson, Patti Mis- Llewellyn, Mary Sue Fidale, Reggie Siegel, Karin Krebs, Denise Rich, Penny Stamis, Pres. Nancy Blane, Sec-Treas. Carol Sisco, Chris Candy Rusboldt, Lori Bonk, Pat Johnson. Top Row: Marsha Nicoloff, Debbie Lata, Pam Drews, Mary Ann McGinn. Row 2: Debbie Gill, Vera McCrum, Sue Lumley, Kathy Hill, Paula Needham, Roxi Jacobsen, Agger, Donna Pairitz, Heather Lange, Debbie Soutar, Roxanne Wayda, Cheri Stone, Linda Krol, Diane Keys, Diane Janssen. Pep Club, Dance Club 91 Orchesis and Falcettes Rehearsed for Perfection Orchesis members anxiously awaited their cue for a basketball half-time show. ORCHESIS: Bottom Row: Ellen Takamoto, Beth Dendor, Jan McCaf- ferty, Debbie Di Flavio, Felicia Palmisano, Mariann VeVang, Anne Lancaster, Diane Guzy, Terry Corbett, Mary Lynn Cotten, Joy Welker, Debbie Lynch, Michiko Mitsusado, Sue Conway. Top Row: Sue Lubeck, Orchesis, Forest View's dance group, was more than just a physical education class. The girls who comprised the group wished to enter- tain people. When planning a show, Orchesis members worked against deadlines to design costumes and perfect dance numbers. During a basketball half-time on December 11, 1970, they performed !'Yes, We Have No Bananas, but We Have Girls! Girls! Girls!" Orchesis' annual show, held in February and entitled HFVHSO Presents GMRXQ' exemplified the work and talents of the group. Following the week-long spring clinic, a prospective member must perform a required and an original dance before a group of judges. If accepted for membership, she must success- fully complete the activities of Pledge Week before the actual initiation ceremony occurs. i Thirty-nine members comprised the Fal- cettes, Forest View's drill team. This year the girls dressed in new uniforms, gold sweat- ers and double-breasted black jumpers. The Falcettes represented Forest View at the Co- lumbus Day Parade in Chicago, at the Pres- ident Nixon Rally at Prospect High School, and in additional parades in surrounding sub- urbs. They provided entertainment for football and basketball half-time shows and generated enthusiasm during pep assemblies. The Color Guard, under the command of Bev Douglas, presented the colors at all home football and basketball games. Kathy Dolan, Cheryl Jorgensen, Pam Maszk, Paula Needham, Nancy Hal Diane DeBerry, Connie Mielke, Judy Brandt, Jan Braiske, Jan Paum Nancy Guaglianone, Candy Herman, Carol Sisco, Debbie Springer, Hedmark. 92 Orchesis . 5 , ' ' L, 1 . vw "E -5 ? .fflmff K'-1 ' wr , Q: 1-" . WE L Q. --ffl mbglf',EI'?u'M" 1f" ' fy," ' T f' m xl : M a n- ff' .f gg u In JI H, ,Aw E A m., M . XA, Q .1 , -g -gf Y we-- 1- . . yr, K f is W ,'-,.- is 7 Al ,f ls, sw b 1 if -Wh '9 4 J' Lil ,, 'I In WWA QF Ls -V J , K-1 1.44 gf' " ii RUSSIAN CLUB: Bottom Row: Jill Ballotti, Miss Joyce Kaplan, Vice- Pres. Deb Houdek, Pres. Anne Gunter, Sec-Treas. Jeff White, Mr. .f ,Z .. ,. 4 5' an , as C SS-4ia....i . Walter Bachir. Top Row: Barb Santoni, Helen Boyles, Rita Krenek, Tom Lundie, Dave Stiert, George Tautz, Kathie Gagnon, Ron Lundin. SPANISH CLUB: Bottom Row: Mr. Rogelio Llerandi, Arlene Loukis, Pres. Gayle Tolf, Vice-Pres. Karen Tolf, Anne Powers, Diane Janssen. GERMAN CLUB: Bottom Row: Mike Ksiazek, Mike Plemich, Glen Thiel, Rick Campbell. Row 2: Dale Desch, Claudia Hanke, Pres. Reggie Siegel, Melvin Wiemer, Vice-Pres. Pat Margarites, Kathy Theile, Treas. Top Row: Anne Concepcion, Lisa Baugh, Mayda Sanchez, Jackie Nitz, Carolyn Dews, Diane Swier, Mary Wilkinson, Denise Rich. Donna Desch. Top Row: Herb Hart, Steve Schmid, Raymond Kielhac Diane Swier, Mary .Io Mainzer, Anita Oswald, Mr. Peter Cordt. lin if-4, 'EP T Language Clubs Helped Fam111ar1ze Members W1th Forelgn Customs Nearly twenty students Jolned Le Cercle Francaxs sponsored by Mrs Darlene Washmg ton Falcons sampled French pastry on Crepe Suzette Day the tradltlonal beglnmng of the club s act1v1t1es Other projects included a fleld tr1p to the Art Instltute rn October sponsorsh1p of concesslons tor a basketball game and 1n volvement m both the Chrlstmas decoratmg of the school and the Pan Language Banquet In addrtlon Le Cercle Francals formed to acquamt students w1th the French people and the1r coun try helped ready prospect1ve travelers for a ten day sprlng vacatlon to France The Spamsh Club mlxed fun and learnmg rn 1ts numerous act1v1t1es th1S year Old and new members became acquamted at the tlrst event an mformal wlene roast In order to put the1r Spamsh to use they attended a play Nlnette 5 un Senor de Murcla at Rrch Townshrp East rgh School on November 14 The club held a hrlstmas tlesta for orphans and m the same eason orgamzed a skatmg and tobogganrng arty Conversatlon Wlth students who had vxs ted Spam and correspondence with Spanlsh peakmg pen pals turthered the1r knowledge of he country After samplmg the food at el Cafe I arcelona rn Ch1C3g0 the club prepared a d1n er 1n whlch each member dlsplayed hrs own klll m the art of cooklng Partlclpatlon 1n the FRENCH CLUB Bottom Row L12 Hennessey Carla Wood Vice Pres Kathy Maly Pres Leslle Troutman Sec Debbxe Smrth Mrs Darlene annual Pan Language Banquet completed th1S eventful year Membershlp 1n the German Club provlded any lnterested student wlth knowledge of the country and 1ts culture Sponsored by Mr Peter Cordt the club engaged 1n a varlety of actrvl t1es In December the members arranged a Chrlstmas party for orphans and traveled to the Fleld Museum to see Chrlstmas Around the World They also sponsored a bake sale held a p1cn1c and presented a sklt 1n the Pan Lan guage Banquet Pres1dentRegg1e Slegel asslsted by VICE President Pat Margarltes and Treasurer Donna Desch organ1zed the varrous act1v1t1es throughout the year Promotmg appreclatron and understandmg of the Russran people and the1r customs des Cflbed the purpose ot the Russian Culture Club Under the d1rect1on ot Mr Walter Bachlr and offlcers Anne Gunter Deb Houdek and Jeff Whlte the twenty SIX members partlclpated 1n a number ot act1v1t1es In addltlon to the annual tr1p to Sasha s Restaurant the club arranged to see Moscow Clrcus on Ice at the lnterna tlonal Amph1theater They also held a p1cn1c and took part ln the Pan Language Banquet The most SlgIl1f1CHl'lt accompllshment mvolved pre par1ng students for a summer trip to Russ1a Kuthe Julle Ilg Orna Ammadav Washmgton Top Row Lorxe Spehar Rhys Read Margaret Hennessey Nancy Llewellyn Rohm Fogarty Bea O Halloran Deborah Evans Gall Language Clubs 95 3 DEBATE TEAM: Bottom Row: Rhys Read, Henry Swierenga, Albert Lenzi, Charles Norton. Row 2: Larry Larson, Ted Maas, Mr. Norman Horler, Chuck McHaley, Roger Frech. Top Row: Janet Arko, Larry SPEECH TEAM: Bottom Row: Sue Culkar, Jacki Russo, Nancy Cipriani. Row 2: Sherry Rakyta, Diane Frantell, Mike Fanizza, Nancy Llewellyn, Katie Bosch. Top Row: Chuck McHaley, Ted Maas, George Tautz, Bruce fs. Q-af Johnson, Mary Ann Abbott, Jill Ballotti, Joe Brightwell, Tom Sulla, Barb Georgen. Mazurkiewicz, Raymond Kielhack, Bruce Barnett, Larry Larson, Roger Frech, Phil Bosch. 96 Debate, Individual Events IE and Debate Experienced Triumph in Competition, Skiers Traveled to Resorts ' Forest View's Debate Teams combined ability and a quick mind to dispute the of air and water pollution control pro- the United States. Numerous trophies awards, results of the members' willing- to work hard, illustrated the teams' suc- Varsity, junior varsity, and novice directed by Mrs. Joyce Lindmark, in the Suburban Interscholastic De- League. Major tournaments occurred at College and the Universities of Chi- Southern Illinois, and Illinois as well as local high schools. Individual Events involved contest speak- Students competed in eleven different ' duet acting, after-dinner and radio prose and verse reading, original extemporaneous speaking, comedy serious play reading, oratorical declama- and original oration. Throughout the sea- IE members entered ten speech contests in various communities in northern iinois. Only those speakers who placed first in one of these contests qualified for the New Trier Tournament of Champions. A proficient speaker remained eligible to participate in state meets provided that he achieved a mini- mal third-place rating in both the district and sectional tournaments. Thirty-eight members, under the instruction of Mrs. Margaret Cadle and Mrs. Andrea Mock, comprised the 1970 speech team. Through membership in the Ski Club, near- ly 120 students with an active interest in this popular winter sport demonstrated their abilities on the slopes while benefiting from reduced group rates. Accompanied by Mr. Allen Babl, ski enthusiasts spent an adven- turesome week in Vail, Colorado, during Christ- mas vacation. Rib Mountain, Alpine Valley, and the Playboy ski area in Lake Geneva, Wis- consin, provided sites for additional Ski Club excursions. Despite the bumps, bruises, and sprains incurred, skiers agreed that the season had ended all too soon. CLUB: Bottom Row: Lynda Russo, Kim Powers, Karla Prostko, Marsiglia, Marsha Moxter, Pres. Bill Fahn, Sec-Treas. Jean Don- Carol Casper, Sheila McNulty, Pam Drews, Candy Rus- Ellen Roush. Row 2: Cindy Lata, Anita Gassman, Allan Barnett, Walta, Jeanne Doyle, Sandy Boellke, Diane Losey, Diane Van Dig- Stephanie Vassios, Laura Mellenthin, Marlene Ewald, Roxanne Debbie Springer. Row 3: Sandy Schwedler, Mindy Boles, Denise Johansen, Edgar Tisdale, Carolyn Dews, Pam Dews, Vicki , Rhonda O'Shea, Kathy Miller, Linda Mumm, Marca Smolinsky. Lorrie Laing, Bev Hanna, Pat Miller, Pat Hornak, Vanessa Ron Ewald, Bonnie Shipman, Linda Cale, Sandi Irven, Mary -ml 'A Ann Considine, Kay Hankins, Sue Knuth, Marilee Hankins. Row 5: Kathy Hanna, John Agger, Debbie Lata, Rick Wynne, Randy Zwik, Don Mussay, Ron Schlatter, Bill Kingsborough, Bob Groski, Larry Johnson, Rich Krueger. Row 6: Gail Eaker, Mary Seick, Jeff Birt, Damian Frederick, Ken Gawne, Dewain Springer, Dave Cimo, Dave Melichar, George Craig, Terry Krawczyk. Row 7: Patti Snyder, Leslie Dargo, Carol Sisco, Korie Koelliker, Nancy Grimes, Donna Marinello, Caron Bentsen, Donna Phil- lips, Diane Guzy, Gerry Gust, Thea Salinsky. Row 8: Mary Pat Doyle, Joyce Janko, Danica Oberhardt, Carol Doyle, Karen Larson, Nancy Bas- nik, Cathy Calabrese, JoAnn Johnson. Top Row: Mr. Alan Babl, Dave Dwyer, Cindy Dolven, Sherry Baldwin, Kathy Leikhim, Wendy Dwyer. il IE, Debate, Ski Club 97 BIOLOGY CLUB om Row Mike Busse Bill Wilker I I PHYSICAL SCIENCE CLUB: Bottom Row: Miss Mary Schoenberger, Peter Loschia son Dave Lundahl 2 Linda T Orsen Vice Pres Gene po. Top Row: Richard Beckman, Kurt Anderson, Mr. Lee Hren, Robert Beckman. Paul Seltz Claudia rge Kuthe Mr John Elliott. A , . , ! , 'w ' , , 4 1 4 ,Tl Nil I Haxjding, Pres. To ayden, ' ne Boxzvling. T0p'Row: I, M11 -1 I . I I f l ' ' .1 I Science Clubs Experimentedg Chess Won Matches, Trips Aided Human Relations I Through conducting experiments and in- estigating results, a group of sophomore boys the Physical Science Club expanded classroom instruction and explored other to further their knowledge of scienti- properties. Aided by Mr. Lee Hren and Miss Schoenberger, the boys prepared and electrolytic solutions for Mr. Hren's study class. Through other experi- they observed the effects of heat on gas bubbles with its resulting explo- Members visited the Museum of Science Industry, and, in conjunction with the Club, they sponsored concessions at a game. This year's Biology Club was research as members worked on projects in- or in groups. Led by President Tom Vice-President Gene Harding, and Sec- Treasurer Michael Busse, biology en- performed various experiments on and animals. During club meetings, they their progress and results with other To combine learning with service, offered to help in the labs during class ex- A growing organization, the Chess Club any Forest View student to compete in challenging game of chess. To advance the CLUB: Bottom Row: George Vollkommer. Row 2: George skill of its twenty-five members, President Tim Thoman, Vice-President Joe Reiss, and their sponsor, Mr. David L. Buchheit, scheduled tournaments against various district high schools, With victories over Arlington and Glen- bard North, the Chess Club planned to join a Mid-Suburban Chess Conference in order to participate in tournaments against a dozen other schools. Through the Human Relations Club, Fal- cons became aware of the problems particular to disadvantaged groups in Chicago and the surrounding communities. The club accom- plished its goal by sponsoring guest speakers and organizing various field trips. A number of students visited the Hull House Uptown Cen- ter and spoke with a Vista volunteer about the free services offered to the area's underprivi- leged people. In addition, club members traveled to Chicago's Indian Center in December. A guest speaker discussed public reaction to low-cost housing development in Arlington Heights. In rememberance of Martin Luther King, club members listened to taped speeches on the birthday of the civil rights leader. Through- out the year, students in the Human Relations Club realized more fully the importance of good relations between different races and members of differing socio-economic groups. Comp- Charles Turba, Jeff Hirth, Rhys Read, Dean Shutt, Ron Lundin, Bill Kurtz Kranz, Mark Stevens, Scott Zanardo. Row 3: Pres. Tim Lucas, James Conley. Top Row: Dave Stiert, Jim McFeggan, Rich Camp- l Joe Reiss, Mark Kot. Row 4: Mr. David Buchheit, Russ Tripp, bell, John Forton. il l-'ill tr, Chess Club 99 H S HERO: Bottom Row: Richard Uppling, Ruth Woodworth, Diane Kaiser. Row 2: Ronald Setzke, Virginia Brocar, Kris Olson, Debbie Wright. Top Row: Mrs. Dorothy Scharf, Bottom Row: Carole Siers, Karen Johnson, Diane Juskey, Julie Chum, Cindy Freund. Row 2: Vicki Hopperton, Carol Reynolds, Donna Eckert, Marianne Jungblut, Treas. Bonnie Weber, Pres. Joyce Simon, Pres. Kathi -if Tim Horan, Donna Boven, Mike Kinyon, Jean Martzel Randy Mitchell, Roxann Jacobsen, Don Holthe, JoAnne' Stoiber. Vosmik, Sec. Cynthia Fields, Hist. Nancy Meyer. Top Row: Mrs. Ell' Ottarson, Ruth Dolan, Sandy Abruzino, Gail Mayers, Kathy Nolan, Nancgl Gallanis, Treas. Georgiann Mager, Sharon Lanners, Joanne Benhart JZ ero, OO .i Work Programs Offered Training, Placement As students realized more fully the ad- vantages of having a job or knowing a specific skill, the work programs became more valu- able to the students involved. Cooperative Work Agreement QCWAJ, a program for underclassmen, helped students to gain practical work experience in the school before they obtained a part or full-time job. Cooperative Work Training CCWTJ enabled stu- dents to gain in-depth knowledge in the field of retailing. Juniors and seniors participated in Dis- tributive Education QDEJ, which emphasized careers in marketing, merchandising, and re- tailing. The Diversified Occupations QDOJ Pro- gram provided job opportunities in specific vo- cations or trades, such as hairstyling and auto body repairs. Students interested in either clerical work or house and child care joined Office Occupa- tions fOOJ or Home Economics Related Occu- pations CHEROJ, respectively. Regardless of the students' interests or abilities, the work programs offered placement in occupations suitable to the needs of those seeking employment opportunities soon after graduation. Bottom Row George Scheidler James Haase Richard Norton Tegtmeier Elvira Stargardt, Debra Hyneman. Top Row: Mr. Avon Nagel Bill Reddy Richard Schumann Mike Schultz Raymond Reeves Carl Mork, Dave Neumann, Scott Jespersen, Joseph Dedma, Bob Donald Drewes Row 2 Candy Raeside Jan Cortina Debra Cuttle Richard Sandine, Janice Finn, Jan Kane, Patrick Tritle, Terry J V k M ll G l Huffman Donald Kronforst, Tim Osberg, Richard Nilson, Mark Flugardt DE, DO 101 11 CWA GIRLS: Bottom Row: Pat Wright, Sue Thomas, Laura Kleat, Debbie Buckley, Debbie Rothenberger. Top Row: Joan Wimberly, Darlene Leo, Mrs Audrey Sophia, Kim Ellefsen, Linda Riggs, Karen Korbus. 9-9- CWA BOYS: Bottom Row: Michael Walls, Steven Szumny, Tony Groselak, Joseph Schiavone, Howard Peterson, Mark Wegerer. Top Row: David Michael Hoffman, James Doyle, Michael Luisi. CWT: Bottom Row: Mrs. Georgia Brooks, Maryann Orozco, Leslie Muhr, Catherine Bublitz, Dave Garza, Thomas Barango, Top Row: Scott Arnemann, Horan, Tom Page, Rick Koenig, James Winkler, Mike Dul, Steve Komistra. 4 ff 1 1' CWT and CWA Focused on Student Employment ll www Bottom Row: Mrs. Georgia Brooks, Mark Jasch, Margaret Cera- Corinne Clemmons, Kenneth Lack, Michael Delaney, Top Row: Joe Bottom Row: Marta Martinez, Jay Feddick, Cris Emig, Kerrie Carol Poyer, Diane Broeske, Mr. Glenn Matter. Row 2: John Jerry Sanches, Renaldo Martinez, Chuck Nelson, Wes David- Jim Broderick, Wayne Tomasek. Row 3: Carol Rush, Stan Hall, K? Robinson, Larry Paddock, Dave Keiss, Jack Dolsen, John Andrzejewski, Robert Scott Brown, Randy Joe Zeek, Deborah 0'Donnell. Christine Hoellen, Dale Mertens, Jody Decker, Judy Braiske. Row 4: Ken Marschall, Patrick Gibbons, Bill Black, Roger Bayne, Rick Thomas, Bob Nawrocki. Top Row: Scott Snyder, Paul Barancyk, Roy Tegtow, Roger Zenaty, Joe Staltmen, Terry Lannon. CWT 103 'ln '3:'Fg?E5 3 Q ,ig-Q'z: f QW If 10, 5, T 1-11.11-th I : 1-'Sgr-1 ' fi if E , U MT, .fg .1 'G 5? - . Sf I ' -03 x-W9 I V GI WE L 'fy lf 1 Z .. 5 .4 ,hu 4 Y i 4 ZH .,,, 1 ,Pg ' T ILIEJ 'lx it LU. M .10 55. .i A EE 1 54 N V:"Ll' ' 1: A, ' 1 7 as m Ek? 2,2 i 'yi we .1 5. in i, 25.359 A 1 ' 1 , .rw':,Vi1Li Ii A L '-Ll iff? ai' 1 i ' :- .3 K 553' 'F'T iz L , ' 3 ff? 'ga 2 hi Il , My 1- fr, Y ' Q-JF.: if ' f Q Jfi Junior, Senior Leaders Developed Lasting Ideals While Assisting Teachers To develop responsibility, thinking, creativ- ity, and leadership were the long-range goals of the Leader Program at Forest View. The immediate short-range goal was to prepare stu- dents to become senior leaders, capable of assisting physical education teachers with rou- tine chores and teaching the lesson when a sub- stitute teacher was present. Women PE teachers recommended sopho- more girls to be enrolled in a junior leader class. If the girls wished to join, they then com- pleted an application. Boys qualified for en- rollment on the basis of leadership potential, athletic ability, interest, and teacher recom- mendations. During the training year, 32 junior boys, headed by Mr. Gay Hughes, spent two to three weeks learning to officiate, coach, and teach each unit presented in Boys' PE. An unusually large number of girls necessi- tated the formation of two junior leader classes, During the year, fifty-five girls, taught by Miss Doral Rose, studied the techniques of coaching, officiating, and analyzing skills. As part of her training program, each girl observed five dif- ferent general PE classes to note the functions of the teachers and leaders. During the second semester, she underwent a trial-leading period in which she assumed the full responsibility of a senior leader. In addition to regular class work, the junior leader girls organized a PE Resource Room where girls could study or relax. Applying the knowledge they obtained from the previous year's study, fifty-eight senior leader boys and girls aided teachers by taking attendance, leading exercises, and teaching skills. At the end of the first semester, the girls composed a Senior Leader Self-Evaluation to suggest improvements for the leader pro- gram. Accompanied by the junior leader girls, the senior leader girls took part in the IAHPER Midwest Convention in November and a golf outing in May. ENIOR LEADER BOYS: Bottom Row: Doug Watson, James Conley, Ken berg, Mark Berberick, Kim Rogers, Scott Crawford. Row 4: Mark Ro- ack, Don Jastrebski, George LaVigne. Row 2: Brad Carlson, Mike gers, Gary Petelle, Bill Robertson, Frank Schweda, George Bauer, Mr. inkler, Kent Koentopp, Chris Conley, Val Valentino. Row 3: Ron Nor- Fred Lussow, Steve Gross. Junior, Senior Leaders 105 JR. LEADER BOYS: Bottom Row: Don Mussay, Tom Kurtz, Bill Fahn, Fred Westdale, Frank Scola. Row 2: John Murphy, Pat Walsh, Steve Wells, Mike Stapleton, Tim Vincent, Randy Smith. Row 3: Chuck Browne, Mike Huntenburg, Fred Dubs, Frank Bohac, John Corning. Row 4: Mark FROSH-SOPH GRA: Bottom Row: Vicki Fuller, Karen Tolf, Diane Schae- del, Judy Peluso, Sandy Romano, Corinne Ross, Nancy Grier, Karen Lar- son, Kathy Kosche, Mary Clare Barango, Row 2: Sue Blackmore, Lori Trossen, Mary Squillacioti, Janet Holl, Pat Choice, Christina Kunst, Chris Rauba, Jill Ballotti, Angela Karras, Patti Miskovetz. Row 3: Kathie in , x in l if ' I if , J Q ".: ggi in , . .QQ 'C 14, 106 Junior Leaders, GRA Chilver, Gary Swedberg, Ron Smith, John Burmeister, Dean Randy Swanson. Top Row: Dan Marich, Jeff Beebe, Steve Law, Iaccino, Jeff La Point, Steve Sarich. Bosch, Alice Abernethy, Sue Groff, Debbie Leisen, Laura Jozwiak, Cinc Grier, Karen Flaherty, Jan Mehlan, Doris Laureaux, Anita Gassman, Lata. Top Row: Nancy Cipriani, Cheryl Johnson, Julie Meyer, Russo, Judy Richardson, Cindy Stamis, Carol Doyle, Mary Ann Donna Pairitz, Pam Agger, Kathy Hill, Paula Needham. in 5 V -nu GRA Offered a ,Variety of Competitive Sports I ll I-lm "l..l.illll .I 7 An active interest in any of the variety I of sports offered was the only requirement . ,, 91, ' for membership in the Girls' Recreation Asso- ciation. One of the largest clubs at Forest M kj I View this year, GRA provided girls' intramural i - I ,, competition in tennis, volleyball, bowling, bas- if A, ketball, gymnastics, badminton, track, and . ' softball. I k - Playdays involved GRA members from I all schools in the district. Interested girls H u enrolled on a first-come, first-served basis. A girl's physical ability as shown in the various playdays and in after-school athletic contests determined her eligibility for competition in the annual Sports Day. The club's 140 members earned points for attendance and service rendered, and, if they accumulated the required number of points, they received an award. The awards, presented at a spring banquet, ranged from a pin for the first 60 points achieved to plaques denoting exceptional accomplishments in either athletic Snyder returnedaserve duringagame of GRA volleyball. COITIPCWUCC OI' S9I'ViC9- SR GRA Bottom Row: Sue Bolanos, Social Chairman Beth Poore, derson, Nancy Louis. Row 3: Bev Hanna, Geanna Speer, Marla Levey, Kathy Moore Pres. Robin Bender, Intramural Chairman Gayle Tolf, Linda Jozwiak, Karen Stuckert, Rose Leuzzi, Elain Kaup. Palla Sec Treas Colleen Donavon, Karen Romano. Row 2: Karen Top Row: Linda Ahrens, Lorrie Laing, Patty Anderson, Kim Corbett, Sue Maas Linda Roper, Robin Huey, Vicki Firszt, Linnea An- Patti Snyder, Laura Lawlor, Barb Werner, Pat Miller. .....l . .. 3 GRA 107 HEALTH OFFICE GUIDES Bottom Row: Laura Ross, Karen Franz, Joan Emmons, Kathy Arenberg, Debbie Hart. Top Row Barb Bjerkness Joann Gosch Sandy Dahlke, Katie Bosch, Helen Sheppard. ATTENDANCE OFFICE GUIDES: Bottom Row: Cindy Brown, Anita Gassman, Sue Hen rich, Dawn Craynon, Jill Amendola, Barb Cavanaugh. Top Row: Linda Munn, Glori Piechowski, Sheryl Williams, Jill Ballotti, Dianne Rodig, Nancie Smallman, Nancy Kehr. Office Guides Assisted Both Faculty and Students ' OFFICE GUIDES: Bottom Row: Debbie Hart, Donna Phillips, Top Row: Bonnie Anne Parmenter, Chris Sheehan. Students willing to give up free time volun- teered as office guides. To ease the working loads of their supervisors, they performed a number of miscellaneous services. Every morning the Attendance Office Guides gathered the IBM cards and absentee slips from all of the classrooms. While some volunteers de- livered passes from Mr. Gary Tjarks and Mr. Norman Patberg, others answered in-coming phone calls and processed textbook loans to stu- dents. In addition to showing visitors to class- rooms, the Main Office Guides ran errands for the faculty members and worked in the mailroom. Students in the Counseling Office delivered messages and passes from the counselors. They checked out college catalogs, filed papers, an- swered phone calls, and showed transfer students around the school. Some of the jobs of the Health Office Guides included filing papers, issuing bandages, answering phone calls, and helping ill or injured students. The Library Guides assisted the librarians by checking out and reshelving books. Those guides who worked in the magazine room distributed peri- odicals and microfilm to the students. OFFICE GUIDES: Bottom Row: Pam Krewer, Sandra Do- Fabian, Barbara Martzel, Karen Franz, Joan Emmons, Judy Peluso, Joyce Whitchurch, Kay Corbett, Kris Bansfield. Top Row: Sharon Colleen Dinkle. Office Guides 109 FTA, FNA Learned Through Service' 7 Faculty and Students Formed Riding Club Members of the Future Teachers of Amer- ica Club met to further their interests in the field of education. Exploring the teaching pro- fession involved the FTA in numerous activi- ties throughout the school year. During American Education Week, the club not only bought apples and designed name tags for all of the faculty members but also held a tea for them. The need for special education confronted FTA students who visited the chil- dren at Spaulding School for the Handicapped in Chicago. Besides the traditional Fall Festival Balloon Blast and the spring Daffydil Sale, the FTA increased its funds with a bake sale and a coke dance. Members became acquainted with young children at a Christmas party held for the teachers' families. In April, the club organized a student-teacher switch day and hosted the 1970 FTA State Convention. Throughout the year, FTA students gained practical experience as aides to both elementary and high school teachers. A very active year ended with the May election of new officers. This year the FTA continued to operate on a point system. Members accumulated points LIBRARY AIDES: Bottom Row: Judy Smorynski, Joan Cleveland, Kathy Barbey, Helen Boyles, Karla Krewer, Orna Aminadav, Peggy McAndrew. Top Row: Karen Hathcoat, Nancy Kehr, Nancy Choice, Robert Wolf, Jeff Gecox, Jeff Howes, Cheryl Okon, Mike Riche, Gary Prejna, Dolores Doyle, Bill Macaluso, George Potter. 110 Library Aides, FNA for working on committees, participating in field trips, assisting teachers, and attending meetings. In recognition of their contributions, they received pins, year guards, charms, and certificates. Through social activities and field trips to local hospitals, the Future Nurses of America Club acquainted interested students with the nursing profession. A relatively small organi- zation, the FNA baked Christmas cookies for the patients at Americana Nursing Home in Arling- ton Heights. Members who volunteered their services at the nursing home gained experiencer helpful for a future career in medicine. One of the school's newest organizations, the Riding Club encouraged faculty as well as students to join in the fun of horseback riding. Beginning in January, the officers and Mrs. Andrea Mock arranged weekly trips to the Westown Riding Stables in Chicago. There, participants found ample opportunity to im- prove their skill while experienced club mem- bers volunteered their services to instruct novice riders. As a result of student interest, horseback riding proved to be a popular extra-curricular activity. FNA: Bottom Row: Pres. Cindy Lawson, Vice-Pres. Mary Balmes, Sec. Linda Mayerle. Top Row: Leslie Palmer, Gloria Piechowski, Gail Henquinet. g, -af iff. 'ii W, 1 .2 A: Bottom Row: Annette Jastrebski, Debbie Maas, Jacqueline Nitz, Baugh, Kim Powers, Nancy Choice, Barb Bjerkness, Joan Emmons, Anderson, Karen Franz, Ann Takamoto, Mindy Boles, Shirley Frank. 2: Debbie Jessie, Barb Mitchell, Karen Tolf, Jane Briggs, Jan Lin- Vice-Pres. Barb Johnson, Pres. Debbie Barrie, Treas. Karen , Hist. Kathy Ledding, Sec. Carol Monroe, Gayle Tolf, Terry CLUB: Bottom Row: Gene Harding, Pat Wright, Rita Krenek, Frank, Anne Sallwasser, Alan Manfredi, Debbie Evans. Row 2: Drobish, Jill Foster, Instructor Sandy Padden, Treas. Sue Epifano, Jill Amedola, Vice-Pres. Doreen Ogino, Sec. Melanie Shimman, DiGregor, Instructor Dawn Ross. Row 3: Annette Jastrebski, Ii 15'-its . , .K ,,f. J- 23,12 , ,, 4 ,K . Fiedotjew, Nancy Hewitt, Kathy Johansen. Top Row: Diane Jessen, Anne Sallwasser, Robin Altenburg, Barb Koehn, Bea 0'Halloran, Audrey Kir- sten, Cindy Grier, Sue Basnik, Kim Turner, Bev Brinkman, Anita Oswald, Carol Landreth, Janet Throop, Sue Maas, Jean Donlon, Gail Qualeatti, Karen Flaherty, Mrs. Rosemary Perdew, Mary Barango, Karen Alred, Stephanie Vassios, Debbie Jessie, Karen Anderson, Nancie Smallman, Gail Pillat, Ann Takamoto, Debbie Koenig. Top Row: Joy Becker, Jan Throop, Anita Oswald, Kim Turner, Edgar Tisdale, Steve Lampredl, Debbie Topping, Joy Miller, Julie Jacobsmeyer. 3,-1 FTA, Riding Club 111 " Q , .,- W w --. w'yH,".1h,,,l 1 X J I . .Q - ,. XM' f, ,-x- A, X .35 it -,J f lqpg. , 'Gy' QI: Q .5 1' X 'fi , .-ffl .+..v7b !fJ?,.X 6 , .N I J ,f-, -A ,lhxwl . 3 In 4A F' AV M ' 3 ' -'1 ff 1 " 1 ,ru-' ,T a,. .'-T"' 'H 4-ii -v-' fi, .x -.JEFF f-use-' P w 'N 1- 1 gig-54V Y V! 4.7 ' AM' -7. '- Lim.-.,fi' .fv f-1 ,..,, Y., 1. 'fig' X- 1 N - 5-5 f ,Wm .' 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On February 10, 1971, the Lettermen sponsored a basketJ ball game between representatives of Forest View's faculty and members of the Chicago Bears football team. Organization of the club's initiation week provided additional activities for officers and members. To be considered for membership, a boy must have earned a varsity letter in any one of the ten competitive sports offered at Fores View and have actively participated in th events of Pledge Week. Mark Bailey and Bruce Lighthall sold Bears-Faculty basketball game tickets to raise funds for the Lettermen's Club. LETTERMEN'S CLUB: Bottom Row: Leonard Schinkoeth, Jim Johnson, Bates, Bruce Lighthall, Tom Schmidt, Denny O'Keefe, Bill Oberhar Phil Hausman, Mark Bailey, Norb Polacek, Scott Patience, Fred West- Row 4: Ron Norberg, Frank Schweda, Ed Bansfield, Mike Kram gate, Pete Lenkeit, Steve Gross. Row 2: Kirk Buckholz, Kevin Sarni, Jim Wegner, George Bauer. Row 5: Al Schmanke, John Agger, V Rod Read, Bruce Pierce, Don Tosby, Don Jastrebski, Charlie Browne, Valentino, Joel Soderberg, John Mate, Dick Martin, Mark Peter Hal Schwartz. Row 3: John Forssander, Dan Boni, Bob Reising, Bill Top Row: Mr. Fred Lussow, Mr. Darryl Phillips. l 114 Lettermen's Club 1-6-1 Record Failed to Dishearten Varsity Gridders Z7 if N tt? JE? East Demons attempted to stop a Falcon play. Fighting Falcon 90129 allef 6' he Bam OH 0 9 19 t 6' N K, 6' QQ? Foo tball 115 YAWMS Conference Record Vxew Conant- f E ?:.'g5L'JQ I N I .fa .wzcdnf Q if - I, I '1 'F 7, f. VY' ' M .,, U ' "" ,, -,f--- Y I A , an f - 1- Q 3i,3:W5,5-.561 gf 1 r "" MV- - V HL UN' t tl rxgfjj ' 0 W , LE! W v Q- I . HL, 3, 6, :mai eq, Fllcots mum , 1 Amis , ii-IN, ,S E ,y 1 I s F - wg W 5, - 121 Q-Qing . rww e, rmozfl I PM 4 FMWNS S ' gb 9 4 'ms Qi' A 0 means -. 4m,,S if -1 1 '-' Q ' mcw. U Fucoss - FALCONS moons ta, H, f J .- 5 4, F' . .1 Q rl rf ,rlLC0ll' " K ,. .:,- 1 A 'f C 'W 5 mmm' H? ,Li rALc0" 4. Q Fm' f' fAu"?- 7 Ty F gi- ' glean I: i -as 4' A I means - ' , -'G 1 ' -13"-W -'uJ'fF. Lg , my L xe I B mem ' NS moons X -V - 1 F! moo menus F3 Fhlcons '. mcfNS 1 f i R, 9 'Means F"cvHv rn NS ez E RJ E JV Experienced Disappointing Year, Frosh A and C Placed First Forest View's Varsity Football Team, un- der the direction of Head Coach Paul Jordan and Assistant Coaches John Ellis, Art Klein, and Fred Lussow, experienced a disappointing season. Their 1-6-1 win-loss record proved to be the second-worst record in Forest View foot- ball history. The 1970 season was not void of highlights, however. During the Homecoming Game, the Falcons played winning football only to suffer the call-back of one touchdown and a two-point conversion to tie Conant 12-12. In a contest against Glenbard North, the varsity gridders, losing 29-6 in the third quarter, staged an out- standing comeback to upset the opponents 32-29. eniors Val Valentino and Kent Koentopp each cored two touchdowns, while junior Bob Sobie- ki scored one touchdown. Dave Schneider, voted the Most Valuable layer and elected to the All-Conference squad, ed the team in tackles. The varsity players elected teammates Jack Reitz, George Bauer, nd Kent Koentopp as the most valuable back, he most valuable lineman, and the most im- roved player, respectively. Coach Bud Bornman's Junior Varsity grid- ders, plagued by numerous injuries, compiled a 2-4-2 record. Don Smith, the team's most valu- able player, led a squad composed mainly of sophomores because of the loss of several jun- iors to the varsity team. The Sophomores proved adept at come- from-behind victories. Coached by Mr. Darryl Phillips and Mr. Rusty Dowell, they finished the season with five wins and three losses for sec- ond place in Conference. Quarterback Bill Mill- ner and players Pete Ceraulo, Dale Schoenbeck and Tom Mueller showed much promise for fu- ture success in competitive high school football. Because of an unusually large number of prospective players this year, three units play- ing different schedules composed the Freshman Team. Together, they produced the finest rec- ords for their level in Forest View's history. Team A, coached by Mr. Mike Frase and Mr. David Theesfeld, finished first in Conference as did Team C, coached by student Don Woodsmall and Mr. Tom Seidel. Team B, under the direc- tion of Coaches Ed Cheatham and Tom Seidel, claimed the only loss among the three and placed second in conference competition. 1 V FOOTBALL TEAM: Bottom Row: Mike Valentino, Rick Ross, John Bruce Sturgeon, Ron Smith, Ken Fick, Mark Hager, Dave Bargardt- Ofilon, Don Redmgnd, Frank Scala, Row 23 Bob King, Mike Seidlitzy Top. Row: Coach Bud Bornman, Student Trainer Charlie Brown, Student teve sarich, Frank Bohac, Mark Hyneman. Row 3: Joe Mariano, Rick Tramer Hal ROSS, Manager Mark Peters, Manager Bill Burneson. oyt, John Burmeister, Matt Cotten, Jeff Meyer. Row 4: Manager Football 117 Underclass Teams Established New Records SOPHOMORE FOOTBALL TEAM: Bottom Row: Jay Mulholland, Mike Quinn, Don Bohac, Dave Sander, Mark Dick, Paul Trousil, Mark Service, Pete Ceraulo, Tom Mueller, Lou Leuzzi, Jim Black. Row 2: Mark Mas- ny, Richard Novak, Stan Hilty, Dave Vestling, Mike Jule, Dan Pirron Dan Brightwell, Tony Mellini, Bob Schaedel, Bill Geegan, Bill Millner Gregg Fink. Row 3: Coach Rusty Dowell, T. J. Skelly, Mark Abruzino Stan Nymola, John Stark, George Kocian, Jeff Kosmoski, Joe O'Brien i 1 v y FROSH FOOTBALL TEAM: Bottom Row: Kurt Haaland, Craig Glander, Jeff Hammond, Guy Campo, Mike Ventura, Rick Mirro. Row 2: Coach Dave Theesfeld, Dino Frediani, Mark Wegerer, Gordon Reitz, Herbie Meyer, John Kronforst, Craig Brinkman. Row 3: Don Schinkoeth, Rusty Fjeldheim, John Douglas, Alan Ahr, Mike Bernard, Jim Volanti. Row 4: dn' Jack Lloyd, Coach Darryl Phillips. Row 4: Lloyd Green, Len McKenzie, Mike Caravello, Ted Lachus, Dale Schoenbeck, Bob Wagner. Mike Meyer, Kevin Harrington, Keith Grosch. Row 5: Mike Stakebake, Steve Fako, Marty Knight, Scott Paez, Ken Schweda, Jim Burke, Steve Brinton, Jim Mackin. Row 6: Dave Stenko, Rick Urban, Dave Blake, Larry Pressl, Bob Sloan, Bill Blackmore, Jim Zack, Jerry Foropolous, Chuck Meade. Coach Mike Frase, Frank Rano, John Verdico, Ken Holan, Keith son, Mike Petran. Row 5: Randy Pyde, Mgr. Rich Rowley, Bob Dave Savino, Morgan Cotten, Scott Smith, Dan Golden, Mgr. John T Not Present: Paul Marcotte, Rob Krueger, Mike Dyon. W SJET Rf' "- Y? , rd f 118 Football A J i JJ, 1 -' , . . , . 1 P-3955 " T 3 Yk"1?-5'-5 ' A ' . Q52 . N . if . .J Af We NHS , mln fag! Via, FOOTBALL TEAM:Bottom Row: Joe Vonckx, Kevin Lonqueil, Blanchard, John Audette, Pat Rohde, Bob Sartori, Pete Hahn, Nick Bruce Hanson. Row 2: Howard Peterson, Ken O'Brien, Nick Scott Bender, Mike White, Scott Oliver, Mike Concialdi, Tim Row 3: Bruce Bloomquist, Ron Stiff, John McKenney, Kerry Lind- Allan Vinson, Jack Thomas, Rich Tombolato, Dave Gordon. Row WW 4: Mike Holm, Dennis Beach, Jim Altergott, Tom Culkar, Rich Schu- maker, Dale Dul, Mike Starkey, Kurt Rado, Row 5: Chris Andronaco, Gerry Rauba, Jim Campbell, Paul Loiselle, Les Payne, Guy Andreoni, Coach Ed Cheatham. Row 6: Frank Higgason, Mgr. John Tyszco, Randy Pyde, Mgr. Dan Golden, Dan Borland, Bob DeJonge, Don Woodsmall. Not Present: Glenn Hess. FOOTBALL TEAM: Bottom Row: Vince Vitale, Ray Meinsen, iolbassa, Greg Pfaff, Mike Meyer, Todd Buikema, Tim Mincy, Bob Row 2: Rus Tripp, Steve Hixson, Glen Zawacki, Marc Len- Chip Heinemann, George Bicego, Carl Pedersen, Ken Turnquist, Compton, Row 3: Greg Hyneman, Bill Capizzano, Paul Pletz, Ted Steve Egesdal, Ron Rohde, Mike Lopata, Bruce Treder. Row 4: Mike Hoffman, Bob Ochab, Vince O'Brien, Paul Snyder, Gary Tosch, Mike Sangling, Coach Tom Seidel. Row 5: Terry Hulett, Mark Olmon, Tom Donlon, Mark Buchek, Chris Ferraro, Scott Hager, Steve Czar- necki, Coach Ed Cheatham, Row 6: Roy Dettloff, Mgr. John Tyzsco, Randy Pyde, Mgr. Dan Golden, Bill Arnold. e i T fm b y gtsrwf . . . .fi if v- f l .Q ',-in 3 .' ---- ' 'A '- ,A - P' qNxe'. , , -H X -Y V'- Q 51 f -fret ' - 1 wif. Er, . 'l td tiki? al Football 119 Harriers Finished Winning Season on All Levels CROSS COUNTRY PEP SQUAD: Bottom Row: Candy Rusboldt, Linda Cale, Lori Bonk. Top Row: Diane Rodig, Gail Ferguson, Laurie Bonk, Peggy Bell. Until the 1970-1971 season, the Cross Country Team never achieved Winning records on all three levels. With thirteen wins and eight losses, the varsity squad, coached by Mr. Bill Mohrmann, completed its most successful season in four years, Bill Bates, the Most Valuable Player, and Ted Francsis, who set a school record of 14:25 for 2.75 miles, combined their abilities to lead the team to a seventh-place finish in the Mid-Suburban League Conference. At the Maine West Center Invitational, the varsity har- riers, all but two of whom were juniors, placed second in a field of eighteen rival teams. Both the sophomore and freshman teams, headed by Coach David Brown, showed a signi- ficant amount of potential, insuring strong squads for future seasons. The sophomores' dual record, 15-3-1, earned them second place in conference competition. While sophomore Rich Jensen achieved a record-breaking time of 10:01 for 1.85 miles, Jim Wise, the fresh- man's Most Valuable Player, also set a record on his level for the 1.85 mile run. Finishing in fourth place in the conference, the freshmen posted a combined win-loss record of 11-3. Th- eleven wins marked the most victories eve achieved by a Forest View freshman cross country team. VARSITY CROSS COUNTRY TEAM: Bottom ROW: Coach William Mohr- Rebman, Brian McHugh, Top Row: Joel Soderberg, Bill Bates, Mark mann. Row 2: Ted Francsis, Wayne Miller, Steve Tyk, Kevin Sarni, Scott Siekerman, Rich Sales, Bruce Lighthall, Mike Karmer. 120 Cross Country CROSS COUNTRY TEAM: Bottom Row: Chris Eugenis, Randy McGovney, Durso, Greg Sharon. Second Row: John Appleton, Don ldstein. Don Stevens, Voyta, Jim Wise. Top Row: Dennis O'Shaughnessy. Don Lombardi, Eric Mil- Mark Button, Coach David Brown. At the sound of the gun, competitors darted forward. 's top three runners set the pace for record-breaking finishes. Conference Record Forest View Opponent 39 Prospect 19 22 Wheeling 37 38 Conant 19 47 Fremd 15 40 Arlington 15 45 Elk Grove 16 18 Glenbard North 45 Hersey 39 Palatine 21 SOPHOMORE CROSS COUNTRY TEAM: Bottom Row: Bob Barone, Jerry Porters, Craig Stiles, Kenny Strebler, Second Row: Bud Straumann, Randy Schuman, Steve Balogh, Mike Suerth. Top Row: Ken Beach, Rick Jenson, Frank Kohler, John Kreut- zer, Coach David Brown. Cross Country 121 IV VARSITY BASKETBALL TEAM: Bottom Row: Mgr. James Conley, Co- Bill Robertson, Don Woodsmall, Rick Hoyt, John Smit, Bill Campbell, Capt. Ed Bansfield, Co-Capt. George Bauer, Mgr. Bill Oberhardt. Top Bob Kasper. Row: Coach Ken Arneson, Dennis O'Keefe, Kent Koentopp, Jay Hedges, JV BASKETBALL TEAM: Bottom Row: John Russo, Tom Mueller, Wayne Art Jones, Randy Jesperson, Gary Lesley, Jim Burke, Tom Parker, Ron Miller, Bob Bergadon, John Shewski. Top Row: Coach Bud Bornman, Smith. ,.. can Ag E Sl 'J ALCUN 32 S x L 122 Basketball Varsity Cagers' Three Conference Victories Consisted of Close Games Winning only three Conference games, the arsity Basketball Team did not live up to their hopes for the 1970-1971 season. Conference included a one-point win over Glen- North, a 70-67 victory over Palatine, and, defeat of Elk Grove C81-705, in which the cagers, coached by Mr. Ken Anderson, their highest number of game points for season. Senior George Bauer, who scored in double in every contest except against Arling- led the cagers. In several games, he scored the twenties. Another Falcon asset was Sen- r Ed Bansfield, who shared the title of captain ith George Bauer. He ended the season with the ighest field goal percentage on the squad and lso proved to be the most expert ball handler. The junior varsity cagers finished a dis- ppointing season with an overall record of 5-13. he younger Falcons, led by Coach Bud Born- an, achieved their most commendable victory er a previously unbeaten Prospect squad. Jun- r Randy J esperson and Sophomore Tom Muel- r proved to be the most outstanding players on e team. Coached by Mr. Paul Jordan, the Sopho- more Basketball Team battled their way to a .500 season, with a 10-10 record. Sophomore players cited for their abilities included guards Greg Fink and Lou Leuzzi, forwards Jack Lloyd, Bill Millner, and John Forrsander, and center T. J . Skelly. With an overall record of fifteen wins and three losses, the Freshman A Team produced the best effort in basketball this season. Mr. Fred Lussow's cagers remained undefeated in the Conference with a 14-0 record. They were the only 1970-1971 Forest View basketball team to win a Conference Championship. Kurt Haa- land, Craig Brinkman, John Kronforst, and Larry Monroe provided a backbone for future basketball squads. The Freshman B Team, coached by Mr. Mark Thorne, also produced a strong effort by taking second place in the Conference with a 13-3 record. The highlight of the season proved to be the 54-40 victory over the eventual Con- ference winner, Wheeling. Don Stevens led the team in scoring. b Kasper positioned himself for guarding. Rick Hoyt jumped to retrieve the ball. if 3 r . .l -RG QQ, N: il tw, . Xxx v . f H 1, QKW yff' . Basketball 123 ,... SOPHOMORE "B"Team: Bottom Row: Todd McDonald, Bob Richter, Craig Bob Kasper hooked the ball up for two points. Bill Kidd. Top Row: Greg Bublitz, Keith Heyen, Jeff Kosmoski, Dale Coach Tom Seidel. SOPHOMORE "AH TEAM: Bottom Row: Bill Millner, Mike Jule, Lou Voigt, Marty Knight, Jack Lloyd, Terry Skelly, Scott Gabriel, Bill 1 Leuzzi, Greg Fink, Mike Quinn. Top Row: Coach Paul Jordan, Bob gan, John Forssander, Mgr. Jim Zack. u ,R xx. 124 Basketball Freshman HAM Took id-Suburban League Title Y fwfr-ag, "A" BASKETBALL TEAM: Bottom Row: Don Voigt, Meyer. John Kronforst, Dave Mileski, Rick Mirro, Mgr. Dale Dul. "B" BASKETBALL TEAM: Bottom Row: Chris Pascente, Dyon, Don Stevens, Brad Davidson, Don Rohde, Tim Mincey, John Row 2: Jim Volanti, Dave Anderson, Dave Cerny, Gary Willert, Top Row: Mgr. Carl Trippiedi, Mgr. Jeff Smith, John Douglas, Larry Mon- roe, Craig Brinkman, Kurt Haaland, Rich Rowley, Coach Fred Lussow. Mark Buchek, Dave Yaeger, Larry Keen, Rod Kiolbassa. Top Row: Coach Mark Thorne, Rob Krueger, Eric Miller, Rich Hughes, Mike Bernard, Don Lombardi, Ken Holan, Jeff Kurz, Mark Wegerer. 4 9 53-5 , . ii Basketball 125 Y D I J S 126 Wrestling Underclassmen Supplemented Varsity Team, Sophomores Placed Second Mark Bowe set an all-time record for twenty-two predicaments in one season and tied the record for the most near falls with eleven. Junior Rob Caltagirone tied the second highest number of takedowns record with twenty-seven. This year's co-captains, Mark Bowe and Randy Traub, shared the Most Valuable Player award based on their attainment of six falls each. Hard work and strict diet were the key words for Forest View's freshmen, sophomore, and junior varsity wrestlers. Despite the large number of junior varsity wrestlers promoted to the varsity level, the junior varsity squad, under the direction of Mr. John Ellis, finished the sea- son with an overall record of seven wins and four losses. With an overall 10-1 record, the sopho- more grapplers, guided by Coach Darryl Phil- lips, boasted a second-place finish in the Con- ference. Sophomore Pete Ceraulo was unde- feated in action with a 14-0 record and a first place in the Maine East Tournament. Coach John Wollenburg's freshmen wres- tlers, faced with stiff competition, compiled a season record of 1-10. All of the levels gained the experience and the skills that they will need for the 1971-1972 season. Co-Captain Mark Bowe worked to pin his Glenbard North opponent Forest View, 1 pp 12 Herseyif' 'P zo Glelibilliiil North - - I 23 - Elk Grove 17 Prospect 24 . Fremd 17 Wheeling 11 Palatine 10 Arlington SOPHOMORE WRESTLING TEAM: Bottom Row: Tom Behrens, Dave lo, Bob Wood, Bob Wagner, Gerry Potter, Jerry Porters, Coach Darryl Lundahl, Tony Mellini, Don Bohac, Pete Ceraulo, Jerry Jones, Gary Nel- Phillips. son. Top Row: Kevin Harrington, Rick Urban, Jeff Meyer, Mike Caravel- FRESHMAN WRESTLING TEAM: Bottom Row: Dennis Beach, Fred Darryl Hedlund, Scott Oliver. Top Row: Don Schinkoeth, David Savino, Hegel, David Swierenga, George Bicego, Mike Bianco. Row 2: Carl Robert Cabrera, Jeff Hammond, Greg Hyneman, Pete Casey, Frank Rano, Petelle, Mark Wetterling, Pete Nenni, Craig Dahlquist, Paul Foss, Morgan Cotten, Mike Ventura. 128 Wrestling NQVQ-4' f r Y Q 3--H . all ' xv i i H . NL ' A iz if aa- . ax . . i A ' - " ' ri W 5 ig? .. A '- -9,1 g 1 t A ii K W l A .eff . '5 o Conference Record V ' -i A A A Forest View Oppo nt ,A Elk. Grove 1 '60 A 4415i Wheeling 75 Prospect 1 84 Glenbard North 00 Fremdw 13 Hersey T? 84 Palatine 55 Conant i 51 Arlington 6 .R Jim Pergander demonstrated his prowess on the parallel bars. FROSH-SOPH GYMNASTIC TEAM: Bottom Row: Paul Seitz, Tom Guasta- ferri, Terry Palmberg, Gary Chesney, Jim Nicodem, Rich Fitzpatrick, Nick Gallo, Chris Margarites, Kevin Harvey. Row 2: John Buyers, Ted Urda, Dan Maly, Mike Ryan, Mike Ferraro, Mark Olmon, Dino Frediani, . , . , . I Dave Sundblom, Dave Gordon, Greg Sharon. Top Row: Coach Frase, Jim Fanizza, Kevin Longueil, Ken Grady, Chester Szostek Gawne, Jim Black, Jim Mackin, Doug Prysi, Brian Olsen, Rick Coach Edward Cheatham. Outstanding Athlete: Contributed Strengtl to Gymnastics Teanr Several outstanding members highlighted thi Varsity Gymnastics Team. Dan Boni, the most valuable gymnast, was the first Forest View athlete to win the District Championship in free exercise. Jim Pergander on the parallel bars and Randy Granzow on the high-bar both took ninth place at the all-Conference Meet. Sophoi more Don Lanham, in his first varsity appear ance, placed eighth in the District for hi performance on the rings. Coached by Mr. Ga Hughes, the team faced many strong opponents. especially Arlington and Hersey. The Falcon completed the season with a record of 3-J placing ninth in the Mid-Suburban League. . , s ' e e Coached by Mr Ed Cheatham the Fro Soph Gymnastics Team won eight of its fifte meets. There were two outstanding memb of the gymnastics team. In the all-Conferen Meet, Don Lanham, all-around man, took s ond place on the rings, while Mike Ferra placed third on the trampoline. This team ti with Glenbard North for fourth place in tl Conference. sr 'tir i - . BSL 6 19 130 Gymnastics MW 1 -.wi 4-,fbi GYMNASTICS PEP S UAD Bottom Row Michele Rile Debbie Leisen Anita Nel- son, Joan Patterson, Sgndy Dolan, Cindi Lata, Karen Ahyed, Dorothy Wogelius, Jody Schroeder, Andrea Dziem, Karen Larson. Row 2: Diane Dahlstrom, Kathy Theile, Cathy Berra, Mindy Boles, Anita Gassman, Sara Straw, Kathy Soutar, Jean Jones, Linda Gladstone, Lorie Boni. Row 3: Diane VanDiggelen, Linda Payne, Debbie Sch- wartz, Stephanie Vassios, Cathy Johansen, Liz Nesbit, Debbie Robinson, Mary Sue Fidale, Martha Seitz, Maureen Overland. Top Row: Cathi Weger, Lee Kledzik, Rox- anne Wayda, Deanna Demares, Beth Poore, Pam Dews, Karen Becharas, Charlotte Goerschler, Marguerite Anderson, Margaret Johnson, Debbie Topping. ARSITY GYMNASTICS TEAM Bottom Row Tim Maher Rick Swet- Hardesty. Top Row: Dick Martin, Larry Host, Bruce Pierce, Rick Leach, Randy Granzow Dan Bom Larry Martin Kirk Buckholz Dennis Rob Netzel, Kevin Moran, Jim Pergander, Coach Gay Hughes. Gymnastics 131 -,,?, ,gun,,::,.13gq , . -"'2F ' -. '27 qigrfm "ww, I 'L' we 'N 'V 'J , .,, ,,,, -., f '10 f W. - I -1 , I-xr ff F iw H refs- 1. - L.. V ,, .-y xl., A -0- as-et ,. ,,, ..a .K . ,J " in ff r- 'aa ' Wit? .. V . -R , III - ij' X-A Coach Gordon Auckerman and John Mate awaited the re- sults of a diving performance. n Q - H fin an ' . SWIMMING PEP SQUAD: Bottom Row: Cindy Stamis, Patti Moy, Vera McCrum Sheila Plemich, Lynn Montague, Leslie Bryant. Row 2: Cathy Kosche, Leslie Ross Kay Dahlquist, Marie Wilk, Marsha Nicoloff, Marybeth Ryan, Linda Nero, Jan Meh lan. Row 3: Sue Byrd, Jan Zawacki. Pam Schmalbeck, Barb Kolin, Linda Larson Debbie Potter, Debbie Topolinski. Top Row: Carol Wilkens, Marge Hennessey, Capt Linnea Anderson, Nancy Grier, Co-Capt. Dawn Roberts, Pat Graffia, Sharon Oda howski, Diane Janssen, Char Peters. VARSITY SWIMMING TEAM: Bottom Row: Coach Gordon Auckerman, Row: Jim Davies, Pete Lenkeit, Don Tosby, Scott Patience, Norb Pola Joe Kunst, Kent Higgins, John Mate, Wolfgang Frey, Jim Johnson. Top cek, Mark Bailey, Fred Westdale. E : Lil' 132 Swimming Swim Team Remained Conference Co-Champs With a record of 12-0 in dual swim meets, the Varsity Swim Team, coached by Mr. Gor- don Auckerman, tied with Arlington for the Con- ference Championship. Four swimmers, John Mate, Scott Patience, Fred Westdale, and Mark Bailey, qualified for the 1970-1971 State Swim Meet, held at Evanston Township High School. An eighth-place finish in the 50-yard freestyle earned Captain Scott Patience four points in the state meet, in which Forest View placed thirty- third out of the sixty-six participating schools. The Frosh-Soph Team finished fifth in the Conference with a record of 5-7. Coach John Hillary felt that the squad had scored reason- ably well in dual meet competition but had lacked the depth to score well in the all-Con- ference Meet. Both the frosh-soph and varsity teams participated in two special events, the Sham- rock Relays, held at Saint Patrick High School, and the Big Red Relays, held at Niles West. In these two events, both squads placed second and third, respectively. tition against Arlington Sophomore Mike Tousey FROSH SOPH SWIM TEAM: Bottom Row: Coach John Hillary, Mike Sarich, Doug Schlak Warren Hertz Mark Gronke. Top Row: Dave Yates, George Dicks, Mike Tou sey Terry Ruff Joel Oliver, Bob Arko, Jay Kinder. Swimming 133 Y. I Q .H --', it if E. Linksmen Finished Third in Season's Conference Meets With a ten-two record, the 1970 Varsity Golf Team earned third place in conference competition, missing the championship by a small margin of five strokes. Victory in an important meet and high- achievement in a new event highlighted the sea- son. On one occasion, the team defeated Arling- ton, eventually the conference champions. Later Coach Art Kleinis squad participated in th Chevy Chase Invitational and placed fourth i a field of twenty-four rival teams. Varsity players Gary Abramson, outstanding golfer oft 1970g Wayne Meier, outstanding golfer of 19693 . EESQQ I ' A 1, R . ' X r 'I ik'-if .sv-1, , -N . . , - . 4 x " '- ." . " -' - - ' 2 f 1--. 'Jr-5 Sandtraps posed problems for Tom Schmidt. E 'w and sophomore Phil Hausman guided the tear to a successful spring season. The Frosh-Soph Team, numbering fiftee players, competed against twelve school: achieving victory in six events. This recor secured third place in conference for th younger Falcon linksmen. Mr. Timothy Schaa assisted Mr. Klein in working with both varsit and frosh-soph golfers. FROSH-SOPH GOLF TEAM: Bottom Row: Michael March, Todd McDonald, Gary Mayer, Joe Murken, Dale Steingraber. Top Row: Bruce Sturgeon, F Bohac, Patrick Walsh, Bill Chilton, Jim Campbell, Bob Voigt, Mark Tesmer. 134 Golf 1 I I Y A 1 ' ' ' A l I-Mx f E15- '4- si -1 an . ii 2' -I 'N It 'i' L ARSITY GOLF TEAM: Bottom Row: Ron Norberg, John Agger. Al Willert, Phil Hausman, Top Row: Mr. Tim Schaap. Gary Ross, Tom Schmidt. Gary I . . mson, Wayne Meier. Tom Maze, Mr. Art Klem. TRACK PEP SQUAD: Bottom Row: Candi Rusboldt, Melodye Serino, Sandy Hamilton, Karen Romano, Michele Riley. Cindy Lata, Diane Dahlstrom, Top Row: Peggy Bell, Willert concentrated on his stroke. Gail Ferguson, Linda Schar, Capt. Pam Bowersox, Bonnie Shipman, Dianne Rodig, Lori Bonk. Golf 135 Four Track Team Members Qualified for State Endless hours of practice coupled with a desire to succeed characterized the 1970 Varsity Track Team. Several of its mem- bers showed great ability in their par- ticular areas of the sport and diligently strove to attain new goals. Torn Dendor broke the school record in the shot put, and Keith Phillips set a new record for the high jump. In addition, four qualifiers, com- prising the 880-yard relay team, attended the State Track Meet in Champaign, Illinois, and placed sixth. Members of the .Frosh-Soph Track Team set new records on their level, also. V I -- ' 1. Scott McGovney and Ted Francsis achieved ziggy jig 'E V outstanding times in the mile and two mile, respectively. Coach Bill Mohrmann, as- p ' 15.15. WL 'i m"f7 sisted by Coaches Darryl Phillips, David S' 'N' ' ' ' ' Brown, and John Heenan, worked with I . High jumping required perfect form. VARSITY TRACK TEAM: Bottom Row: George LaVigne, Ted Francsis, Scott McGovney, Tom Keyzer, John Dunphey. Row Two: Don Reid, Steve Gross, Rich Sales, Craig Henderson, Bob Strebler, Rich Leach. Top underclassmen to prepare for future var- sity competition. Row: Tom Dendor, Chris Jankowski, Ed Wojtowicz, Keith Phillips, Mik Keen, Mark Ennes, Roddy Read, Doug Guinn, Al Schmanke, Dean Ballotti 136 Track ROSH-SOPH TRACK TEAM: Bottom Row: Mike Houldsworth, Brian lsen, Kevin Clarke, Jerry Porters, Jim Black, Barry Giovanine, Mike yk, Bill Goodhope, Row 2: Ron Lundin, Jim Park, Nick Longobardi, cott Rebman, Dan Pirron, Brian Rothermel, Steve Anderson, Steve Ba- ogh, Bob Cuttle, Ken Melone, Ted Francsis, Bob Arko. Row 3: Coach avid Brown, Joel Soderberg, Rick Ross, Rich Mathis, Chad Henderson, om Keyzer, Scott McGovney, Bill Bates, Dan Dahlquist, Kevin Harring- iscus throwing involved coordination. I ton, Mark Siekerman, Brian McHugh, Kevin Cantwell, Randy Schuman, Rich Sales, Carl Straumann, Jeff Kosmoski, Coach Bill Mohrmann. Top Row: Coach John Heenan, John Kreutzer, Bob Sloan, Bob Klein, Ken Beach, Dave Borgardt, Bob Reising, Jim Wegner, Mike Kramer, Dean Ballotti, Bruce Lighthall, Mike Fanizza, Rich Jensen, Bob Kohmstedt, Mark Seasly, Bill Blackmore. Sprints improved times of Mark Ennis and Mike Keen. 5 fl' ,I,' ,111 I, '13 1 ,f f we . ZF! 1 Mi, . .lgiizf I .1 I 1 , I 5 f I ,,1:1 I J I fy-:I I I I 2 f,1l'v" 50 I:P rw.- I 3 3 ,' J 2' I 7 I , Conference Record , I Forest View Opponent I 21 Addison Trails 79 ' ' 67 Elk Grove 42 77 Niles East 30 63 West Leyden 46 Opponent East Leyden 30 : 701f2G1eI1baI'd NOI'th 27 Crown 62V2 71 Elgin 76 Lake Zurich 12 40 Elk Grove 43 Prggpect 76 50 Libertyville 60 Barrington 48 52 COI13I1t 48 Hersey 59 35 Arlington 53 Fremd 71 52 Wheeling 40 Palatine 64 12-X 37 ,J, :.,v-7: J, - V2.1 X-21: 3u X ii is . l . ! 31 Prospect ",412T, Palatine f K 1 531 F F F ' 1 433 So' V o ' ' Q' L iiiiififiiv . . ' Y ,.Sgg.,fr...y Qi.. .c W5 'I gis- gxpia During a practice session, Kirk Buckholz worked on his backhand. TENNIS PEP SQUAD: Bottom Row: Linda Nero, Annette Jastrebski, Kathy Hanna. Top Row: Jan Linduska, Leslie Dargo, Pat Miller, Kim Turner, Debbie Jessie, Bev Hanna, Pat Snyder. 138 Tennis Returning Lettermen Created Backbone for Tennis Team A large number of returning lettermen provided Forest Views Varsity Tennis Team with the strength and experience that accounted for its winning season. With an 8-1 record and second place in the Mid-Suburban League Con- ference, the 1970 squad equalled the results of the previous year. The first and second singles players, Don Martin and Scott Vaughn, qualified for the state meet. At the close of the season, the varsity net- men voted senior teammate Don Martin as the most valuable player. The Frosh-Soph Tennis Team finished in third place in the Mid-Suburban League Con- ference. Coach Warren Myers worked with a squad of ten boys who played in nine Conference meets. The competition enabled the younger Falcon netmen to gain experience and perfect technical skills, two factors necessary for suc- cess in future seasons. Dick Martin perfected his serve. cans l . if-L?'3'1t, ' 0,11 gil-EU. A1-U01 i A ,p,L Clif AL . ' or-J-Ullf .AL Ca , C0 , TENNIS TEAM: Bottom Row: Paul Germano,Dick Thomp- Thiel, Jeff Rud, Gary Line, Greg Poland, Art Jones, Mark Gonzalez, Rich Doering, Rich Johnson, Joe Holi, Gary Nelson. Top Row: Glen Dave Terrell, James Conley. RAL ARSITY TENNIS TEAM: Bottom Row: Kirk Buckholz, Don Martin, John Placek, Dick Martin. Top Row: Coach Doug Tolman. Kelly Kisamis, Scott Vaughn, Conley, Fred Melone, Bill Joyce. - K me CU XX L Tennis 139 Ekblad Chuck Mehchar Coach Tom Seidel Top Row Barney Kent Koentopp Bruce Kratky Ryan Maly George Bauer Ed Johns Bansfxeld Roger Norman Greg Valko Chuck Erdmann Bob Sobxeskl Top Row Mark Jay Hedges Mlke Joyce Rick Hoyt Mark Hager Gerry Valko Nordlund Randy Jespersen Pete Sncoh co, L.: Baseball Teams Exhibited Proficiency in Competition Because of the abundance of skill present many positions, Forest View's varsity base- players continually vied for starting as- during the 1970 season. This rivalry in a team that demonstrated overall and skill. The squad displayed its fullest capabilities the season opener against Fremd in which Johnson pitched a no-hit game. As the sea- progressed, wins increased to a total of while losses accumulated to five. The coached by Mr, Tom Seidel, finished third 'n conference competition. Five players earned election to the all-conference baseball team. "Doc" Collins awaited the outcome of a play. F ' lr- VV In preparation for varsity play, the soph- omores concentrated on improving the funda- mental baseball strategies presented in the freshman year. Coached by Mr. Mike Frase and led by Bob Sobieski, and Randy Jespersen, the sophomores posted a record of 7-7. Coaches Mark Thorne and Ray Cipriano introduced the challenge of competitive high school baseball to the two freshman teams. With a 7-5-2 conference record, the Fresh- man A-team finished third for the season. The Freshman B-team also finished third with 8 wins and 4 losses. Gabino Galindo stood ready for a ground ball. Conference Record Forest View Opponent 3 Fremd 10 4 Arlington 3 6 Wheeling 5 4 Palatine ' 1 7 Elk Grove 8 4 Conant 0 A 13 Hersey 7 10 Glenbard North 1 3 Prospect 2 Fremd 6 Arlington 0 Wheeling 4 Elk Grove 6 Palatine 10 f , w v --.Life X - ig! .. .I . AJTX N -. I G-. . ,..,, ., 4 V- L: 'f Baseball 141 , ff... ...L . f'f-- ' FRESHMEN BASEBALL TEAM: Bottom Row: John Conway, Gary Ches ney, Mike McCafferty, Dick Pankrantz, Carl Lindquist. Row 2: Bill Gee- gan, Mark Dick, Tom Prieto, Dave Retzer, Bill Kidd, Paul Trousil, Craig Stiles, Chuck Willes, Ken McKown. Row 3: Coach Mark Thorne, Robert Schaedel, Mike Quinn, Pete Ceraulo, Gregg Fink, Keith Semar, Greg Bublitz, Mark Abruzino, Lou Leuzzi, Coach Ray Cipriano. Row 4 Ed Katzman, Joe O'Brien, Mike Meyer, Dan Brightwell, Rich Novak, Bill Millner, Bob Richter, Rich Hajt, Ed Nelson. Top Row: Marty Egan, Marty Knight, Jack Lloyd, Gary Lesley, Jim Burke, Ed Johnson, Mike Robert- son, Jerry Foropoulas, Dale Schoenbeck, John Rohde, Steve Dolphin. Chuck Meade. BASEBALL PEP SQUAD: Bottom Row: Mindy Boles, Diane Janssen, Kathy Kosche, I Debbie Smith. Top Row: Ronda White, Sue Maas, Debbie Topping, Carol Winkler, Cathy Berra. 5-v 142 Baseball Ed Bansfield showed his determination at the plate. -.. Q ,Y ki,-Q bv l Practice Sessions Improved TENNIS TEAM: Bottom Row: Lorrie Laing, Elaine Kaup, Kathy Hanna, Mela- nie Shimman.. Row Two: Bev Hanna, Vicki Firzt, Patti Snyder, Linda Ahrens. Top Kathy Miller, Judy Richardson, Laura Lawlor, Pat Miller, Robin Bender, Leslie Sandy Padden. VOLLEYBALL TEAM: Bottom Row: Cheryl Putz, Judy Peluso, Corinne Ross, Karen Alred. Row Two: Terri Ullrich, Sandy Waclawski, Val Palla, Chris Trujillo, Sandy Padden. Top Row: Sandy Schwedler, Kathy Moore, Jan Betterman, Robin Bender, Linda Ahrens, Lorrie Laing, Elaine Kaup. XX Girls' Athletic Skills As soon as school started in the fall, the 1970 Girls' Tennis Team began to practice two hours daily, improving skills and learning strat egies. Teammates wore gold, black, and white sweaters on the days of their meets. Two wins and four losses placed the team fourth in the Mid-Suburban League. Spring practice helped to ready the girls for competition in 1971 The Girls' Badminton Team completed its fourth year of competition. This team competed in ten meets, playing schools in the Mid-Subur ban League. The girls strove to surpass the 1970 record when they lost only to Barrington. Miss Joanne Travis and Miss Diann Dalicandro coached both the girls, tennis and badminton teams. For the first time at Forest View, girls competed interscholastically in volleyball Coached by Miss Diann Dalicandro, the two volleyball teams successfully competed in the Mid-Suburban League. Much practice prepared the teams for two sports days, in which twelve schools in the MSL participated. A-Team cap tain Robin Bender led her team to first place at the Conant Tournament and second place at the Sports Day hosted by Glenbard North, while in the same two events, Valerie Palla's B Team finished first and second, respectively GIRLS' BADMINTON TEAM: Bottom Row: Donna Johnson Nancy Hewitt, Geri McFadden, Val Palla, Jodi Schroeder Row Two: Elaine Kaup, Linda Ahrens, Barb Cavandugh Terri Ullrich, Lori Trossen. Top Row: Miss Joanne Tra vis, Janet Holl, Kathy Moore, Sue Maas, Karen Jacobsen Robin Bender. Girls' Sports 143 Cheerleaders Generated Fightin, Falcon Spirit Spirit hoops were a regular part of pre-game activities. FRESHMEN CHEERLEADERS: Bottom Row: Mary Joyce, Chris Bansfield, Capt. Kay Corbett. Top Row: Karen Ledding, Lynn Cuga, Co-Capt. Arleen Vandervliet. 144 Cheerleaders After a series of spring clinics and try- outs, twelve energetic girls became the 1970- 71 varsity and junior varsity cheerleaders In June, the two squads attended a clinic at Northern Illinois University, Among thirty- six other competing schools, Forest View's varsity cheerleaders placed second for ex- cellence in jumps, mounts, group co-ordination, appearance, and enthusiasm. Shortly after school reopened, the varsity squad, aided by Mrs. Barbara Farroh, chose six qualified freshman girls to form the third cheerleading squad. The cheerleaders, responsible for planning the pep sessions, supported their respective teams at all football and basketball games. They participated in Fall Festival activities by conducting the mum sales and organizing the memorable Coronation assembly. During the year, the girls, who sold ribbons and made spirit posters and banners, sparked the enthu- siasm of the entire school. 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Spirit Week activities ended with a class meeting in which seniors chanted the class song, "Age of the Roinesj' and reviewed their twelve years of school life with an amusing skit. Seniors helped decorate for both the Fall Festival and Christmas Weeks. From early fall onward, class members remained busy pre- paring for the Christmas Ball, titled "Fantasy in Frost." The dance reflected the efforts of committees of volunteers who spent hours co- ordinating ideas. As their final activity, the seniors pre- sented the school with a class gift in order to preserve the memory of the Class of 1971 in the halls of Forest View. Senior Kevin Sami portrayed Forest View's traditional mascot at the Fall Festival football game. SENIOR CLASS OFFICERS: Vice-Pres. Sue Conway, Pres. Dave Buschart, Sec-Treas. Jean Cummings. ME S . glial, EE Q N. 7. .5 .W QD ,ni U Q . . rff f ff' I . Qvrf- A - ' f 4' w 09' Q5 .V ,Q : J 3-D 1 1 ,K rr rl 5, -. 5 .. gi E Axmx 1 I N5 l ,i 2 1945 11 1 Q15 1' 5?-1 i Jig E I -fav , Q' - ts R "-If 1 E A 3 iff?-5 i KEEP' """.. v 1 9 fr" I . I-. - M , I A' xmxfili vjllir . . -e , 4-, x . i 4 , P ' . ,wk 'fi 'aw -' ,' ,I A -3 . . -i t - , .-,SQ 1 5 fs, V1 1. "pi JI 150 Seniors l N! -37 'X ,J petit!-Ex' Y Q I' A ... i " 4... 5 Y . ga H ' I qflf ,gf 5 ,frm E' "xii .lv Nl 4' f 'lx i r .1-5 I 4:PAi.... A A ' i 'N ,I u i, ffxifff- ! 'ies' 'c' Zh ,.,l 27 i aff.. 'Nd if 5 VCT? Wi -I ,ea 'v-'57 9 ., "in -,ff Nm 1319 it L...L Tom M. Abate David K. Abbott Mary M. Abraham Sandra Abruzino Dawn M. Adamczyk Karen Adinolfi John J. Agger Debra A. Ahrens Laurie J. Alm Craig Andersen Susan C. Andersen Catherine J. Anderson Karen M. Anderson Scott Arnemann Alan Dean Badour Steven L. Ballantine Edward B. Bansfield Debbie A. Barrie Gaylan W. Bass George A. Bauer Rodney G. Baumann Janice L. Baumgart Roger D. Bayne Dan Bell Robin R. Bender JoAnne Benhart Mark L. Berberick Cynthia M. Berkholtz Louise N . Berra Kathleen L. Betterman Linda S. Bettman Willetta R. Betts Robert J . Bishop Robert R. Bittler Susan Black Seniors 151 William W. Black Kathleen M. Blaker Nancy L. Blane Ross D. Boelke Brian P. Bonnem Debra L. Boren Debbie P. Borgardt Edward Bork Donna Ann Boven Mark E. Bowe Janice Braiske Lynne M. Brinkman Virginia Brocar Jim Broderick Diane Broeske Robert S. Brown Catherine Bublitz Kirk A. Buckholz James Burbank John D. Burneson Linda M. Burroughs William David Buschart Timothy G. Byrne Mary Byrnes Terri Cahill Mike Cale Bill E. Campbell Tom Cargile Donna M. Chesney Dave W. Christine Richard S. Christopher Julie J. Chum Alan Cirincione Kathleen Collins Chris Conley 152 Seniors ft' I 3 A if wa'- We Explored the World of Anatomy in Zoology SD: 'c Susan E. Conway W- Na TQ. Bob J. Cooley ' Theresa M. Corbett ..J's "fin" A -gs? Jan J. Cortina 'nf Mary Lynn Cotten 3 ?."Ei - I y E Dan R. Coughlin 'J' 5' , Scott Crawford y X .Q -pb Steven D. Crawford X jx Linda Joy Cross 4 Karen L. Croutch Cathy A. Cullen Jean A. Cummings Camille E. Curry iw' Nancy L. Curtis Tom Cvikota Jon E. Dahl 4+ Laurie A. Dahl ' ' Delores A. Dahlquist Doug W. Dahlstrom Charles J. Damhauser VT? a lab. Steve Jacobsmeyer dissected a fish while Karen Rojewski recorded observations. T inf' Seniors Recognized Athletic Leaders During Fall Festival Week Celebrations Jean Cummings presented Coach Tom Seidel with a boutonniere on "Honor the Coaches Kathy R, Dolan Ruth T. Dolan Jean T. Donlon Mark Donovan Beverly J. Douglas Gary A. Douglas Pamela Douglas Mary Pat Doyle Thomas R. Doyle Donald Drewes Thomas F. Dapper Diane C. DeBerry Joseph Dedina Daniel A. DeLise Paul N. Derezotes Guy M. DiCara Gerald A. Dickinson Deborah G. DiFlavio Ralph J. DiGregor Deborah A. Dinkel Karen S, Dinkle Linda R. Dobbins : q subs. x f M" , gf M ' H ig 21:1 'zpffj 5' 'V A- 5 Hi ' 1 if li. Michael L. Dul Donna L. Eckert Candy Eggers Albert M. Elbe Susan Engelking Sheryl Engleson Celeste C. Ennis Michael E. Erhard Diane Erickson Gary Ericson Christine A. Esperseth Mary Christian Evans Sandra L. Fackler William M. Fanslow Peggy A. Fiebig Cynthia J. Fields David S. Filar James E. Fillebrown Michael J. Finkler Jan Finn Barbara Fjeldheim Mark Flugardt Debra A. Freeman Cynthia A. Freund Howard Frye Kathleen M. Gagnon Nancy Gallanis Christine E. Garcia Christine Georgen Don J. Germano Kathy M. Gibbons Brian Gillespie Ann M. Gilliland Brian Goeske Patricia A. Goodall Seniors 155 Thomas Goodrich Randal R. Granzow Bob Green Richard A. Griggs Sandy A. Groell Glenn E. Gronwall Stephen M. Gross Diane E. Grunwald Nancy A. Guaglianone Doug Guinn Anne W. Gunter Mark L. Haaland James W. Haase Melody Hagstrom Joseph M. Hammond Kathryn M. Hankins Arlene J. Hansen Cynthia L. Hansen Kathleen A. Harrington Joyce Harrison Herbert G. Hart Mark A. Haut Rich D. Haut Kristine Hawkes Marybeth Hayes Michael Hein Richard Hengler Cindy Henrich Cindi L. Herzog Linda Hess Nancy J. Hewitt Kirk Higgins Beth Hill Betsy Hill Russell Hitzeman 156 Seniors 'Qs vii' T' -i v-ef We Upheld the Falcon Tradition of School Spirit Q if I f joined in a cheer during a fall sports pep assembly. V. J we it Q..-JY sal 5-in Chris Hoellen Bonnie J. Hoffman Theresa A. Hoffman Steve Hogle Linda Holmgren Donald F. Holthe Vicki A. Hopperton Tim Horan Pat A. Hornak Lawrence A. Host Debora L. Houdek James Houldsworth Candy Huecker Terry Huffman Mary A. Hupfel Deborah Hyneman Paula M. llg Tom Italia Chris L. Iversen Steve J acobsmeyer ft PTI! Seniors 157 Seniors Combined Originality With Fun During an Amusing Senior Spirit Week Jerry J anowski Diane Carol Janssen Frank J arecki Matthew E. Jaskiewicz Don M. Jastrebski Sandra J . J elacsity Dale A. Jelinek F. Scott Jespersen Kurt M. Johansen UE.: NJ C7 Q39 1' in Photogenic Denny 0'Keefe posed for his cal- endar boy picture. Larry Johnson Margaret J . Johnson Richard A. Johnson Susan Lynne Johnson Tom A. Johnson Gerald Jones Susan K. Jones Cheryl Lee Jorgensen John Joseph Marianne Jungblut 158 Seniors Barbara C. Johnson Carole L. Johnson Karen L. Johnson . ,Q . :Gr-'J ' I ' Y r ,J -..V A iw in . V i in 'V Q. . A X. .ily :.,, . K I., . ggz . in c "Ni T N 4 - ' an 4' ,X , Y u K 3 -- I - in :ff Alr- ,. ,,, T, , Dianne J uskey Diane L. Kaiser Thomas E. Kalaway Pamela A. Kapusta Richard W. Karcher Robert W. Kasper Nancy L. Kaye Cheryl L. Keen Gaye L. Keller Barb A. Kellerman Mike Kendziora Mike Kennedy Joseph Keyzer Jim Kidd Raymond R. Kielhack Jeanine A. Kijak Mary Jayne King Nancy B. King William J. Kingsborough Patricia Kingsborough Paula K. Kinneman Mike Kinyon Roxann M. Kiolbassa Keith A. Kline Dean Knox Nancy Koc Diane M. Koch David Alan Kook Kris L. Koehler Rich Koenig Kent K. Koentopp Daniel M. Kolle James J. Konieczski Karen A. Korbal Mike J. Krammer Seniors 159 Kevin Krebs Don J. Kronforst Mary F. Krupa Karen J. Krzywda John A. Kudalis Kenneth D. Lack Sharon Lanners Terrence P. Lannon Richard G. Latta George LaVigne Richard R. Leach Thomas Leahy Carla J. Lebben Kathleen L. Ledding Ellen M. Lee Hazel B. Lefebvre Connie A. Lessner David J. Levey Pete Lind Gary W. Lindsay Thomas C. Lisinski Steven E. Liszewski Carol J. Litewski Mike D. Loeschen Derrick A. Lord Lynn A. Lower Kathy C. Lutzow Debbie Lynch Deborah J. Maclsaac Eric S.P. Madis Georgiann Mager Charles W. Mallon Kathleen M. Maly Ellen T. Manfredi Mary Mansfield 160 Seniors cv 'T -QF -f WL? -e-BK" -1.-1 Nt' . . .. SQ' ,M J, ,iq ' ', 3, -, . ,i " ' nu, "' i l ii" 1 . of. T-li fi- ix - 'O r 1' -' A C 14, F 1321 pw W S E' f '25'ff' f ' I 1-I fi 2 Linda S. Marszalek Mary Lou Martin Michael H. Martin Patricia F. Martin Richard W. Martin Don E. Maschinski Pam Maszk Janice L. Matre Janet M, Matzl Paul May Gail Mayers Tom Maze Pamela K. McAuley Janet L. McCafferty Maggie McClure Phyllis A. McCory Gail A, McDonald Randi K, McDonald Dan B. McFall Charles C. McHa1ey We Worked to Earn the Sixteen Required Credits library provided a quiet place for Vicki Schilling to study. in Seniors Formed an Integral Part in Interscholastic S orts Com et1t1on During the Prospect game, fullback Jack Reltz paused for a moment along the side Robert L. Milewski Ronald A. Miller Van Miller Marilyn J. Milo Elke M. Milz Mitchell Minott Marie Mirro Diane S. Miskovetz Joan S. Mitchell Randy Mitchell Kathy P. McNamara Irene A. Meade Lori L. Meade Janet K. Mehn Sharon J. Meier Laura Mellenthin Robin Mells Dale Mertens Glen D. Messer Debbie Lynn Meyer Nancy K. Meyer Connie F. Mielke lv-'Y vt.. . E23 I rl H . . K . -1- V - if.-:' 'FE'-A i '- lgifiile i K ,I -2 E - iv nfl.. Bruce Mogilinski Ellen T. Molinari Larry J. Molinaro Carol L. Monroe Stephen J. Moone Carl Mork Karen J. Morrissey Leslie L. Muhr Tom Mulcahy Joyce Marie Mullan Arla Leslie Murken Eileen G. Murphey Patricia M. Murray Carol Nelson Nancy Nelson Sandra A. Nelson Dave W. Neumann Bette S. Neururer Sandy L. Newman Dave A. N icklas Patricia Diana Nieves Richard A. Nilson Kathleen Ann Nolan Ronald J. Norberg Mary A. Novak Robert J. Novak William P. Oberhardt Kathryn A. 0'Brien Fran A. Ochocki Deborah M. O'Donnell Kathy 0'Donnell Denny James O'Keefe Gerald Olsen Kristine I. Olson Rex N . Oreskovich Seniors 163 Kathleen M. O'Rourke MaryAnn T. Orozco Tim Osberg Ranette J. Otto Diane L. Owsiany Velma Gail Oxford Larry Paddock Heeja Pak Marsha L. Pallas Judy Palmer Stephen J. Parmenter Debbie K. Parotto Melissa A. Parsons Scott S. Patience Karen M. Pazdro Linda Peairs Peter Pepich James P. Pergander Gary L. Petelle Michael C. Peters Ray F. Peters Susan E. Petersen Fred M. Petran Paul A. Philip Bruce R. Pierce Deborah L. Potter Phyllis J. Potter Carol A. Poulsen Kathleen D. Powell Anne Jean Powers Carol A. Poyer Richard Prejna Christine L. Priehs Sharon A. Prokop Kevin D. Purcell 164 Seniors J . W-9.5, 1 Q reee A 1 - n. D A .ff-1 . I -fi W . 4f": . 65' V' ' ii' 5- " 5 if Q We Created Horror on Friday the Thirteenth ,'6",,- ll' ,,..-1 v -fr Y I xi 4 I i l 3 : fi i lf J . ef . J W ' -- l 'L'-l!L':g:.7:f A .-fffffnifzsrfiz Q 4"" v..i'n'.- Owsiany and Sandi Tosch terrified intruders who dared to trespass in the Haunted House. Carlton Puryear David E. Ray Laura L. Read Roddy Read Bill Reddy Jeanne M. Reder John Reiss Jack C. Reitz Phil E. Retzer Carol Reynolds Mary Ann Richter Mary Ridgeway James E. Robbins Jan Roberts Ray Roberts William L. Robertson III Kim R. Rogers Mark S. Rogers Karen M. Rojewski Sherry J. Rosenstein 'si Seniors Developed Physical Fitness Through After-SchoolCompetit1on ! - rn. . , , i Senior Leader Robin Bender anticipated the ball's return during a game of GRA volleyball. 166 Seniors Nina Scarpelli John W. Schanken Loren J. Scheman Jed J. Scherkenbach Victoria L. Schilling Len Schinkoeth Ronald C. Schlatter Alan P. Schmanke Steven R. Schmid George A. Schmidt Leslie Maria Ross Martin C. Roths Joe Rudnik Louise M. Rudnik Carolyn Rush Lorraine Sadrakula Richard Sandine Kevin M. Sarni Kim A. Sasser Daniel J. Savage John W. Sawicki Joanne F. Sawin I . ..., . gg- ,,,,,., l L f? 6, if R l ll .tl :V 13 Thomas D. Schmidt Geri I. Schmitt Gail A. Schneider Howard P. Schneider David E. Schoenbeck Jeffrey A. Schonder Michael J. Schultz Richard C. Schumann Frank Schweda Terry D. Sebastian Margaret A. Seick Martha A. Seitz Scott A. Selkurt Denice K. Semar Mike J. Sepke William K. Shearon Sallie A. Shellhorn Pamela A. Sidwell Carole E. Siers Joyce Simon Dan Skala Kathy Skoufes John C. Smit Donna R. Snyder Scott Snyder Jim Sorensen Charles F. Stack Elvira Stargardt Sally Stevens Richard J. Stewart J ulita Stinebaugh JoAnn M. Stoiber Bob Strebler James J . Stuebe Ruth E. Suckow Seniors 167 Keith W. Swearingen Seri A. Swenson Rick L. Swetman Lester L. Szostek Gail Szwiee Ellen N. Takamoto Jol'm T. Talbot Timothy T. Thoman Gayle A. Tolf Lori L. Tomita Donald S. Tosby Sandi G. Tosch Randy C. Traub Susan E. Traynor Marilyn C. Trenter Patrick E. Tritle Leslie L. Troutman George G. Tucker Jean L. Turcotte Bill D. Tweed Richard K. Uppling Karen J. Urban Val A. Valentino Ann B. VandenBoom Dolores Vercelli John P. Veseling Donald N. Virta Kathi J. Vosmik Gary T. Walden Patrica Ann Waldron Janice C. Wall Patty Walter Christopher R. Waters Joyce Elizabeth Watkins Douglas T. Watson 168 Seniors i 1 Huw 115 'Pzni :Ll Lui? i W 51, ,514 4 ' T- T-E ,M 'I. . 'I.,x Q ff l 'iw J u l 1 if ". 1 " Ji?" Leslie M. Wayman WE. I 4' Bonnie L. Weber Dawn L. Weber John S. Wegner Debi A. Wells ...fr Nd" jf LM' I 'if TY fl Mi" ffl' Donald Wells Richard K. Widmark Chris D. Wiebe pr- ---' -f t Ja, i L- Leslie L. Wiebe Roxanne J. Wilder Alan K. Willert Maggie M. Willes Wayne R. Willis Cindy L. Winn Greg Winsell lf? :RR-. Jo Wittenberg Harold G. Wolff Ruth A. Woodworth 'TID' Geri Wurster Ji11A. Wybest i QV l Kristie L. Zimmer Mary Lenz ll' Donna J. Yoder If Karen M. Young Nancy Ann Zarbrook Daniel D. Zeivel Roger Zenaty Not Present: Bob Andry, Paul Barancyk, Elizabeth Bayne, Roger Bishop Donna Day Boggs, Mary Borowski, Joseph Brainard, Martin Broeske, Frances Clair Browne, Tom Busch, Michael Canter, Peter Cantwell, Bradley D. Carlson, Russel Casale, Ron Christoffel, Philf lis Coskey, Ted Costa, Barbara L. Coumont, Marsha Crockett, Charlotte Dahlgren, Jody Lynn Decker, Keith Ellison, Crys Emig, Mark K. Fitzpatrick, Patrick Gibbons, Folkmar Goeth, Pam A. Greenslade, Mike Hastings, Mark Herdter, Bruce Hogy, Richard G. Holmes, Mike Horvath, Pamela Ivester, Mark A. Jasch, Steve Jones, Mike Limberg, Doug MacClure, Bob Machaj, Kevin Marshall, Richard Martin, Ricky Meagher, Larry M. Menconi, Steve A. Miller, Gary Moran, Rick Murphey, Robert Nawrocki, Charles A. Nelson, Donald E. Oxford, Tom Page, John Phillips, Charles Pinder, George F. Pomian, Tom R. Maze, Joseph Robinson, Carol A. Ross, Chuck Rudolph, James G. Rushing, George Schneidler, Bob Scott, Ron Setzke, Thomas Sinclair, Alan Soto, Tina Stam, Jane Strobel, Wil- liam Sumpter, Gayle D. Swanson, Bill Roger Tews, Philomena Ur- gesi, Linda Vrandack, Laurie B. Weil, Rick Wilson, Mary Woodsmall. Seniors 169 During their Open Study period, these junior girls did not hesitate to cooperate. Juniors Diligently Worked on "Siege of "72" and Prom Once again, another spirited Junior Class prepared for the Prom. Chairman Barb Weber and her committees worked diligently to present a memorable evening for couples who attended this dance, titled "We've Only Just Begun." As Christmas drew near, the juniors participated in the annual Canned Food Drive and the decoration of the school. Chairman Marla Levey promoted this yearls Junior Spirit Week, "The Siege of '72." Throughout the year, President Dean Ennes, Vice President Jeff Frye, and Secretary-Treas- urer Nancy Hoskins encouraged all juniors to engage more actively in class functions. JUNIOR CLASS OFFICERS: Vice-Pres. Jeff Frye, Sec-Treas. Nancy Hoskins, Pres. Dean Ennes. 170 Juniors .arf SZ!-M? A V 5,5 Joy Agger, Linda Ahrens, Diane Aldrich, Debra Allen, Stephen Allen, Steven Almgreen, Janet Anderson, Linnea Anderson. Patty Anderson, Steve Ander- son, John Andrzejewski, Step- hen Arthur, Mark Bailey, Dean Ballotti, Barb Balmes, Don Ban. Thomas Barango, Ray Baron, Bill Bates, Cathy Bates, Lisa Baugh, Karen Becharas, Jeff Beebe, Denise Benjamin. Bob Bergadon, Beverly Berry, Judy Best, Sue Best, Steven Blake, Sandra Boelke, Frank Bohac, Susan Bolanos. Barbara Bongirno, Dan Boni, Loretta Bonk, Lorraine Bonk, Marcia Booth, Dave Borgardt, Jill Borgardt, Pam Bowersox. David Bower, Judy Braiske, Judy Brandt, Mike Braun, Kirk Breidinger, Beverly Brinkman, Charles Browne, Linda Buchek. Sue Busch, Bob Buyers, Mary- Ann Caddy, Cathy Calabrese, Peggy Caleva, Robert Calta- girone, Jean Campbell, William Campbell. Cindy Capone, Fran Carcerano, Steve Cardwell, Frances Car- roll, Jill Caruso, Pat Cashin, Carol Casper, John Cassidy. Mark Catlin, Christine Caulfield, Bill Chilton, Mark Chilver, Nancy Choice, Frank Cimo, Kevin Clarke, Joan Cleveland. Nancy Cole, Catherine Collins, Linda Collins, Gene Conforti, James Conley, Mike Conroy, Mary Ann Considine, Brenda Cook. Kim Corbett, John Corning, Steve Costa, Bonnie Cotham, Matthew Cotten, Susan Cramp- ton, Carolyn Curtis, Bob Cuttle. Julie Daggett, Dan Dahlquist, Kay Dahlquist, Judy Daich, Pam Dancy, Leslie Dargo, Mark Den- ney, Steve Deno. Juniors 171 Junior Year Meant Inevitable Driver Education Donna Desch, Reed Dewey, Carolyn Dews, Becky Dian, .Ian Dick, Steve Diduch, Don Di Vito, Vicki Dolleslager. Deborah Domenico, Jay Domek Colleen Donavon, Margaret Do-y nehey, Randy Dorn, Jeanne Doyle, Pamela Drews, Fred Dubs. Janice Dunphey, David Dwyer, Gail Eaker, Steve Eberhard, Nancy Edelman, Karen Edgren, Paul Edgren, Kathleen Egan. Bob Ehrhardt, Carol Elbe, Bet- ti Ellefsen, Barb Ellesson, Lynn Ellingsworth, Dean Ennes, Deb- orah Epifano, Charles Erdmann. Diane Erickson, Mary Eschen- brenner, Juan Espinoza, Mike Evenson, Marlene Ewald, Wil- liam Fahn, Mike Fanizza, Sally Farner. Paul Fava, Jay Feddick, Patrice Feil, Tom Feilen, Kenneth Fick, Mary Fidale, Theresa Fiedot- jew, Barry Finn. Vicki Firszt, Kathie Fitzpatrick, Pam Foley, Robin Fogarty, Roger Fox, David Francis, Ted Francsis, Rick Franz. Ron Frasz, Diane Fratto, Roger Frech, Dick Freeman, John Freese, Glenn Frelk, Michele Freres, Wolfgang Frey. Anthony Fricano, Bill Gaydo, Richard Georgen, Kathleen Gia- comino, David Gilliland, Mark Gonzalez, Karen Goodhope, Carla Gormsen. Gary Greco, Leslie Green, Susan Griggs, Pat Gubbe, Cindy Gun- derson, Geraldine Gust, Diane Guzy, Carolanne Haase. Rosemary Haase, Mark Hager, Melody Hagstrom, Nancy Hall, Stanley Hall, Nancy Halverson, Doug Hamley, Bob Hanke. Juniors 1 :kt J '--einfz-fmt. . 3- V iii ar gf" Jorgensen listened intently for further instructions while driving on the range. Beverly Hanna, Ramona Han- sen, Christine Hanson, Wayne Hanson, Dennis Hardesty, Gail Harding, Jack Harraman, Jill Harraman. Phil Hausman, Rick Hayden, Jay Hedges, Robert Heinze, Chuck Heldmann, Mark Hem- pel, Chad Henderson, Diane Hendrix. Elizabeth Hennessey, Mary Beth Higgason, Kent Higgins, Roy Higgins, Cindy Hill, Marg guerite Hill, Rick Hitzeman, Gary Holzer. Patty Hornak, Sharon Horst, Nancy Hoskins, Wally Houlds- worth, Rick Hoyt, Debra Huck, Robin Huey, Ginny Hulterstrum. Mike Huntenburg, Susan Hun- tenburg, Mark Hyneman, Beckie Hysell, Larry Iaccino, Lesley Izmer, Linda Jacobs, Karen Jacobsen. Jimiors 173 Juniors Accepted the Challenge of Competition Alan Jasch, Randy Jespersen, Ronald Jewart, Diane Johnson, James Johnson, Jo Ann Johnson, Karen Johnson, Pat Johnson. Debra Johnston, Arthur Jones, Gean Jones, Nancy Jones, Susan Jones, Jim Jordan, Rick Jordan, Linda Jorgensen. Mike Joyce, Linda Jozwiak, Jan Kane, Diane Kanoon, Elaine Kaup, Brenda Keener, Nancy Kehr, Dave Keillian. Bill Keller, Dan Kerns, Dan Kettleborongh, Tom Keyzer, Robert King, Jeannette Kings- borough, Audrey Kirsten, Lee Kledzik. Bob Klein, Barb Kniewel, Diane Knudsen, Sue Knuth, Susan Koeim, Lawrence Kohl, Bob Kohmstedt, Charlene Kolder. Sharon Kolder, Barbara Kolin, Steve Komistra, Greg Kopriva, Andrew Kot, Mark Kot, Mike Kramer, Kurt Kranz. Jeff Krasnesky, Sharon Krause, Terence Krawczyk, Karen Kri- en, Mary Kronforst, Sherry Kruser, John Kucan, Carol Kuczek. James Kuhlmey, Debbie Kuhn, Lois Kula, Joe Kunst, Robert Kunz, Steve Kupitz, Linda Kurtz, Tom Kurtz. Ted Kwas, Mary Ladkowski, Lorrie Laing, Anne Lancaster, Carol Landreth, Richard Lange, Jeff LaPoint, Sharon Larrance. Larry Larson, Robert Larson, Debbie Lata, Steve Law, Laura Lawlor, Kathy Leahy, Mary Leahy, Dan Leitner. Peter Lenkeit, Albert Lenzi, Richard Lesser, Rose Leuzzi, Marla Levey, Gary Lieb, Bruce Lighthall, Robert Lignowski. Juniors UF 3 Q is an 4 Tiff IX4? D- '4 ,AL ' 1 ' -x hal Ang, f 1 F Juniors Performed for Public Entertainment Dave Melichar, Jeff Mell, Laura Mellenthin, Kenneth Melone, Penny Menard, Nancy Meyer, William Meyer, Ronald Meyers. James Michaels, Chris Mich- alek, Beth Miller, Maureen Miller, Patricia Miller, Vickie Miller, Wayne Miller, Nadine Miskovetz. Leo Modica, Peter Moehling, Gordon Moore, Kathleen Moore, Keith Moran, Mary Anne Moran, Sara Moriarty, Marsha Moxter. Mike Mozal, Joann Mugnolo, Nora Murawski, John Murphy, Don Mussay, Larry Nagel, Cheryl Nania, Elizabeth Nesbit. Robin Netzel, Debbie Newman, Wendy Nielsen, Linda Nihlean, Larry Nikodem, Jackie Nitz, Scott Nordlund, Richard Norton. Robyn Oberwetter, Brian O'Con- ner, Cynthia Oliva, Pat Olsen, Sharon Olson, Steve O'Neil1, Thomas O'Neill, Mary Oskars- son. Ruth Oxford, Judy Ann Pace, Valerie Palla, Felicia Palmi- sano, Tom Parker, Patricia Paterno, David Patterson, Deb- orah Jo Pearson. Jens Pedersen, Robert Pelzek, Karen Pero, Debbie Peters, Mark Peters, Tim Peterson, Vincent Piccolo, Janet Piepen- brink. Barbara Pingel, Mike Plant, Mike Plemich, Norbert Polacek, Vicki Ponzo, Jean Poore, Julie Porten, Earl Porters. Ed Post, Mike Pryor, Raymond Putnam, Janet Quigley, Sheryl Rahn, Joyce Randle, Scott Reb- man, Melanie Reed. Bob Reising, Joe Reiss, Russell Reitz, Jane Richter, Donna Rid- er, Jeanette Riefski, Pat Roach, Jeffrey Roberts. Juniors -at , f. -. 01 3:- Y! Debbie Robinson, Dianne Rodig, Tom Rogers, Karen Romano. Mary Rooney, Linda Roper, Becky Roser, Rick Ross. Ellen Roush, Sue Router, Ric- hard Rowbottom, Gary Rowland. Jeff Rud, Candy Rusboldt, John Russo, Mary Beth Ryan. Rick Sales, Thea Salinsky, Mary Sanders, Steve Sarich. Steve Saulka, Joanne Savage, Lynn Savage, Linda Schar. Tim Schleisman, Pam Schmal- beck, Nancy Schnackel, David Schneider. Janet Schroder, Robert Schroe- der, Sharon Schroeder, Paul Schuett. Rodney Schulz, Frank Scola, Mark Seasly, Sandra Seger. Mike Seidlitz, Tom Semple, Julianne Shad, Lari Shaver. Scott Shearon, Debra Sheehan, Helen Sheppard, John Shewski. Pam Showman, Dean Shutt, Peter Sicoli, Mike Siebeck. ...S 1,44- ,Z ,-1 ,i 1' ' X j' s ,ef :gf C 4 Ag' Leger Mark Denney and Jeff Beebe displayed dramatic talent in the fall play. Juniors 177 Juniors Expressed a Variety of Musical Abilities Regine Siegel, Mark Siekerman, Joe Silva, Carol Sisco, Patricia Skelly, Sandy Skord, Marca Smolinsky, Brenda Smith Patricia Smith, Randall Smith, Robert Smith, Ron Smith, Patty Snyder, Bob Sobieski, Joel Soderberg, Robert Somogyi. Deborah Soutar, Janet Soyka, Joann Spakowicz, Dave Speck, Geana Speer, Thomas Sprague, Debra Springer, Douglas Staat. Linda Stamm, Mike Stapleton, Charles Starck, Paul Steinbart, John Steinbraker, Mark Ste- vens, Robert Stivanson, Joseph Stoltman. Steve Storc, Heidi Streeky, Karen Stuckert, Richard Sturek, Bruce Sturgeon, Dan Stybr, Ran- dall Swanson, Gary Swedberg. Chester Szostek, George Tautz, Jeannette Taylor, Gail Tegt' meier, Karen Terrell, Mark Tesmer, Tim Thoman, Richard Thompson. Sue Thorsen, John Tipsword, Edgar Tisdale, John Tofilon, Wayne Tomasek, Janice Toth, Linda Traina, James Tucker. Charles Turba, Diane Tylitzki, Linda Tylitzki, Mike Valentino, Debbie Valenziano, Gerald Val- ko, Greg Valko, William Van- Antwerp. Diane Van Diggelen, Marsha Van Horn, Bridget Vaughn, Rita Vavra, Marianne Vevang, Tim Vincent, George Vollkommer, Marianne Vrandack. Kenneth Vyleta, Jane Wagner, Nancy Waldron, Bob Walker, Duane Walker, Roy Walker, Patrick Walsh, Debbie Walta. Jim Walter, Lori Wander, Cathie Wasniewski, Bob Wass- man, Mary Waterhouse, Dan Watson, Roxanne Wayda, Terry Wayman. 178 Juniors Present: Nancy Abraham, Melody Lee Bagstrom, Gor- Bail , James,Broderick, John Burmeister, Ellen Byrne Y , Clemmons, David Corey, George Craig, Karen W . esley Davidson, Dan Dolan, Jeanne Doyle, Shelly Patty Frankowski, Jackie Froelich, Jeff Frye, Gaddini, Michael Goldman, Ed Goolish, Gary Green, Groski, Matt Hagerneyer, Judy Hansen, Edward Michelle Henning, Brad Howe, Robin Huey, Bill Dave Jones, Dave Keiss, Mike Knabush, Pam Kolk- Annette Krem, Harry Kribbs, Thomas Kuhn, Randy Mary Leahy, Terry Letourneau, Nancy Lewis, Janet Joy Agger entertained Falcons with a moving ballad. Jim Wead, Barb Weber, Cathy Weger, James Wegner, Deb Weidel, Sarah Welch, Steve Wells, Barb Werner. Susan Wessel, Fred Westdale, Carl Whitcombe, Jeff White, Robert Wiegard, Melvin Wie- mer, Candice Williams, Cathy Willis. Kristi Winkelmann, James Winkler, Nancy Winn, Debbie Wisniewski, Don Wojciuch, Carla Wood, Kristine Worth, Gerilyn Wurster. Eric Yeater, Ken Young, Jeff Zack, Scott Zanardo, Janet Zawicki, Randy Joe Zeek, Bob Zeivel, Roy Tegtow. PS " v-, V Kay Lineback, Jesse Luebanos, Ted Maas, Pam MacClure, Bonnie MacFarland, Kathy Mackniskas, Dave Maschinski, Pamela Maupin, John Mehn, Holly Moss, Michael Nicholl, Tim Nilson, Raymond Nord, Joyce Pearson, Terry Pfaff, Bonnie Pionke, Debbie Pratt, Lorraine Reich, Barbra Rosen, Rebecca Roser, Carol Rush, Jerry Sanches, Mayda Sanchez, Holly Sands, Jan Shauer, Cliff Schneider, Henry Schoffen, Patty Seeling, Kerrie Smith, Lorraine Sneed, Dave Sorensen, Mike Steinhagen, Gregory Stiver, Diane Swier, Gerry Tamis, Scott Toux, Lori Tucker, Jill Tulchin, Steve Tyk, Ronald Vanadia, Ray Weber, Theresa Welch, Greg Zenaty. Gordon Moore concentrated on playing the trumpet for "The Star Spangled Banner Cathy Fischer reacted to an amusing remark made in class. Sophomores Placed First in Canned Food Drive, Spirit Rally Led by President Larry Pressl, Vice- President Pam Spillios, and Secretary-Treas- urer Mary Hill, the Class of 1973 displayed Fal- con spirit throughout the year. After the sopho- more class helped decorate the school for Fall Festival Week, they proudly accepted asilver cup at the Fall Festival Spirit Rally after winning the class attendance competition. At Christmas, the sophomores demonstrated their concern for hungry people by collecting the greatest amount of food during the Canned Food Drive, again placing first in class competition. In addition to this activity, the sophomores decorated the cafeteria to celebrate the Christmas holiday. Later in the year, the Class of 1973 spon- sored several mixers and concessions. In the spring, the Voluntary Class Board planned an eventful Spirit Week, highlighted by the Sophomore Class Field Trip. SOPHOMORE CLASS OFFICERS: Sec-Treas. Mary Hill, Pres. Larry Pressl, Vice-Pres. Pam Spillios. CT? Sophomores , 'Him mlm. S7 ma. an Mark Abruzino, Sue Addison, Norman R. Ahlgren, James Al- derfer, Paula Ann Aletto, Jeanne Allen, Nancy Allison, Robin Altenburg. Pat Alvino, Enrico Ambrosi, Jill Amendola, Rick Amerlan, Curtis B. Anderson, Kurt And- erson, Marguerite Anderson, Tom Anderson. Nick Antonelli, Melissa Apt, Bob Arko, Gary Arnemann, Robert Arthur, Becky Bailey, Mary Balrnes, Steven Balogh. Russell Banik, Kathy Barbey, Allan Barnett, Michael L. Bar- nett, Bob Barone, Susan Basnik, Jeffrey R. Bauer, Ken Beach. Kim Beckman, Robert Beck- mann, Richard Beckmann, Peg- gy Bell, Dan Bennan, Cathi Berg, Cathy L. Berra, Greg Bettis. Carol Kay Biggs, Mary Biletta, Jeff L. Birt, Barbara Bjerk- ness, Paul S. Bjork, Cynthia Ann Black, James Black, Wil- liam Blackmore. David Blake, Karen Blake, Ter- ri Blaker, Jim Bleck, Mike Bode, Joanne Boehmer, Don- ald J. Bohac, Ron Boksa. Mindy Lou Boles, Vicki Bon- ura, Pam Bork, Phil Bosch, Alan Bosel, Diane Boss, Den- ise Bouchez, Kevin Bowens. Bonnie Bowersox, Barbara Bowles, Helen Jane Boyles, John Brankin, Mary Brese- mann, Scott Bresnahan, Steven Brinton, Ryland Bristow. Kathy Brocar, Debbie Bromley, Julie Brown, Pat Brown, Paula Brown, Diane Bryan, Leslie Bryant, Gregory Bublitz. Patrick Buhrke, Jim Burke, Bill Burneson, Mike Busse, Su- san Byrd, Ellen Bymes, Cathy Cacioppo, Vanessa Calabrese. Josephine Caliendo, Donald Campbell, Richard Campbell, Marie Canales, Kevin Cant- well, Mary Cantwell, Mike Car- avello, Robert Carwardine. Sophomores 181 Sophomores Recelved Open Study Prlvlleges Pete Ceraulo, Gary Chesney, George Chomiak, Mary Christ- mas, Tom Christopher, Dave Cimo, Debbie Clark, Paul ' chenour. Steven Conrad, Jack Conway, Sue Costa, Roxanne Coughlin, Laurie Cox, Laura Crawford, Davsm Craynon, Debbie Cross. Susan Culkar, Sandra Dahlke, Kevin Daly, Mike Damhauser, Jim Davies, John Davis, Bob Deland, Barb Delaura. Mary Delgadillo, Jane Demp- sey, Elizabeth Dendor, Alan Derwin, Pamela Dews, Donna Dhein, Mark Dick, George Dicks. Bob Dinkle, Debbie Di Pietro- paolo, Jeanne DiVall,A Rick Doering, Kathy Doherty, Steve Dolphin, Cindy Dolven, Kerry Donovan. Susanne Drajus, Gayle Dratt, Donna Drobish, Linda Duck, Mark Durham, Wendy Dwyer, Bob Dynek, Lugene Eberly. Martin Egan, Clark Eggers, Larry Eckel, Deborah Elbe, Joan Emmons, Terri Endre, Dale Engleking, Sue Epifano. Scott Ericson, Cathy Esperseth, Deborah Louise Evans, Mark Evenson, Ron Ewald, Steve Fa- ko, Debbie Faust, James Feld- han. Charles Felice, Gail Ferguson, Pam Fick, Betty Jean Fiebig, Gregg Fink, Cathy Fischer, Dan Fisher, Mary Fitzpatrick. Karen Flaherty, Jerry Forop- oulos, John Forssander, John Forton, Jill Foster, Nancy Francione, Shirley Frank, Di- ane Frantell. Karen Franz, Damian Freder- ick, James Freres, Mark Allen Frey, Don Friske, Bob Fritz, Barbara Frye, Vicki Fuller. 182 Sophomores Marylou Fuoco, Nancy Fukuya, Thomas Gach, Melinda Gal- lagher, Maria Garces, Bill Gee- gan, Jim Geniusz, Robert Gen- tile. Barbara Georgen, Paul Ger- mano, Melody Joy Gerwig, Frank Giannone, Kathy Giblin, Denise Gillette, Barry Giovan- ine, Chuck Glaser. Dick Glass, Charlotte Goersch- ler, Lloyd Green, Cynthia Grier, Margaret Griffin, Nancy Grimes, Richard Groch, Susan Groff. Keith Grosch, Kurt Gruenfeld, Jim Grunwald, Margie Gubbe, Laura Haase, Richard Hajt, Pat Hall, Sue Halliman. Denise Hansen, Kevin Harring- ton, Sally Hart, Tom Hayden, David Hayes, Michele Hayes, Debra Heilman, Stephen Hein, Robin Heineman, Bruce Henson, Candace Herman, C y n t h i a Herndon, Warren Hertz, Keith Heyen, Gilbert Hill, Kathy Hill. Mary Hill, Stanley Hilty, An- drew Hogue, Ellyn Holbrook, Joseph Holl, Mike Holzer, Reid Huey, Mike Huffman. Sophomores 183 Sophomores Began to Seek Job Opportunities Gayle Humpa, Tim Hupfel, Cheryl Hvid, Julie Ilg, Linda Ingo, Jeff Ivarson, Roxann Jac- obsen, Linda Jacobson. Cynthia James, Sue Janis, An- nette Jastrebski, Gary Jay, Richard Jensen, Diane Jessen, Debbie Jessie, Robert Jimenez. Cathy Johansen, Lonise John- sen, Donna Johnson, Eddie John- son, Gordon Johnson, Richard Johnson, Sue Johnson, Susan Johnson. Vicky Jokiel, Jerry Jones, Bar- bara Jordon, Larry Jordon, Jeff Joyce, Laura Jozwiak, Mi- chael Jule, Cathleen Kalman. Eileen Kanoon, Matt Kantecki, Sally Karcher, Jean Kasper, Ed Katzman, John Keefer, Lin- da Kehr, Diane Keritsis. Diane Keys, William Kidd, Pa- tricia Kiely, Denise King, Gene Kinyon, JoAnn Kinyon, Greg Knickrehm, Mary Kniewel. I Martin Knight, Vicki Knox, Bill Knuerr, Cherie Koch, George Kocian, Jamie Koelliker, Korie Koelliker, Debbie Koenig. Frank Kohler, Linda Kollias, Karyl Komay, Jill Kosinski, Jeff Kosmoski, Dianne Krajew- ski, John Kramer, Debbie Kranz. Karin Krebs, Rita Clare Kren- ek, Karla Krewer, Linda Krol, Richard Krueger, John Kruet- zer, Cathy Krupa, Michael Ksiazek. Karen Kuhn, Kathy Kuhar, Don- ald Kula, Diane Kunzen, Scott Kupitz, Alan Kurtz, David Kurtz, Gail Kuthe. JoAnn Labantschnig, Ted La- chus, Steven Langbehn, Hea- ther Lange, Donald Lanham, Joan Lannon, Don Larsen, Lin- da Larson. 184 Sophomores Lynn Lavine, Cindy Lawson, Debbie Leahy, Pat Leal, Shelly Leanna, Ann Lee, Debbie Lei- sen, Kathy Leitner. Frank Leon, Pam Lesiak, Gary Lesley, Louis Leuzzi, Angelo Liga, Chris Limbers, Carl Lindquist, Donna Lindquist. Janice Linduska, Gary Line, Gail Linnemann, Jack Lloyd, Joe Lombardi, Nick Longobardi, Jerry Longtin, Peter Loschi- alpo. Debra Losito, Jamie Lee Lu- cas, Pat Lullo, Susan Lumley, Thomas Lundie, James Ray Lu- zader, Terri Lyon, Debra Maas. James Mackin, Susan Mac- Shane, Bob Mager, James Mag- giore, Mary Jo Mainzer, Greg Malicki, Sue Mallian, Kathy Mallon. Frank Mancuso, John Mancuso, Gayle Manning, Lynne Mans- doerfer, Michael March, Gina Markarian, Joellyn Marshall, Bruce Martin. David Martindale, Robert Mar- turana, Mark Masny, Mike Ma- tara, Gary Matzl, Gary Mayer, Linda Mayerle, Bruce Mazur- kiewicz. Sophomores 185 Sophomores Learned Oral Communicatmns Tripp McAuley, Mike Mc- Cafferty, Dawn McCarthy, Tom McCormick, Carol McCullough, Vera McCrum, Todd McDonald, Martin McFall. James McFeggan, Nadine Mc- Guire, Bill McHaley, Leonard McKenzie, Deborah McMahon, Debby McNamara, Sheila Mc- Nulty, Chuck Meade. Glenn Meier, Anthony Mellini, Paula Melone, Anne Meyer, Jeff Meyer, Julie Meyer, Mike Meyer, Scott Meyer. David Middleton, Audrey Miller, Donna Miller, Julia Miller, Joy Miller, Rich Miller, Bill Mill- ner, Debbie Miske. Barb Mitchell, Donald Mitroff, Glenn Mogilinski, Joanne Mor- gan, Susan Molge, Lynn Mon- tague, Paul Moone, Lynn Morey. Joanne Morgan, Leslie Mora- vick, Tom Mueller, Patricia Mugnolo, Joe Murken, Mary Murphy, Maureen Murray, Den- ise Muscarello. Alice Nagel, Stanley Naymola, Debbie Nedbalek, Paula Need- ham, Anita Nelson, Edward Nel- son, Gail Nelson, Gary Nelson. Jayne Nelson, Raymond Neuc- kranz, Pam Newell, Marsha Nicoloff, Tammy Nielsen, Mary Nolan, Richard Novak, Steve Nykiel. Danica Oberhardt, Joseph 0'- Brien, Sheila O'Donnell, Doreen Ogino, Beatrice O'Halloran, Joel Thomas Oliver, Carol Ol- sak, Brian Olsen. Arthur Olson, Debbie Osmond, Anita Oswald, Sandra Padden, Dennis Padovani, Cathy Pal- mer, Leslie Palrner, Rick Pan- kratz. James Park, Joan Patterson, Joan Pecora, Ric Pedersen, Mary Peluso, Israel Pequeno, Charlene Peters, Penny Peter- son. Sophomores Sandy Phillips, Yvonne Pieri Daniel Pirron, Greg Poland, Jeff Porters, Jerry A. Porters, Gerry Potter, Frank Powers. v Kim Powers, Glenn Poyer, Larry Pressl, Terry Printz, Donna Prokop, Gail Qualeatti, Kathleen Quinn, Michael Quinn. June Rado, Sherry Rakyta, Rhys Read, Nancy Reardon, Alan Reid, David H. Retzer, Danny Rhodes, Richard Rice. Denise Rich, Judy Richardson, Bob Richter, Bill Ridgeway, Sharon Riplinger, Roberta Ro- berts, Mike Robertson, Jana Robinson. Barbara J. Rogers, John Rohde, Mary Ann Rohr, Daniel Roos, Dawn Ross, Laura Ross, Brian Rothermel, Rich Rudolph. Susan Rusboldt, David Russel, Jacki Russo, Lynda Russo, Peggy Russo, Paula Ryan, An- gela Sage, Anne Sallwasser. Greg Sanches, Mike Sarich, Terri Sawicki, Robert Schaedel, Melanie Shimman, Karen Schir- mer, Diane Schlack, Fran Schmidt. Sophomores 187 Sophomores Particlpated 1n Outslde Act1v1t1es Theresa Schmidt, P e n n y Schnackel, Dale Schoenbeck, Glenn Schon, Mary Schroeder, Barb Schumacher, Randy Schu- man, Janette Schutz. Hal Schwartz, Ken Schweda, Mary Seasly, Mary Seick, Terri Sellers, Marcella Selsvik, Keith Semar, Brad Semcek. Debbie Sersen, Mark Service, Sue Seyfried, Lee Shortt, Rich- ard Sidor, Stephen Simek, Don Simon, Mary Singer. Bruce Sittner, Terence Skelly, Mary Skoufes, LuAnn Slawinski, Robert Sloan, Nancie Smallman, Barbara Smith, Debbie Smith. Kenneth Smith, Robert Smith, Kevin Snow, Jeff Snyder, Deb- bie Solley, Dean Sonoda, Tom Sorensen, Lorie Spehar. Tracy Spiegler, Pam Spillios, Jim Sprague, Linda Springer, John Stahl, Mike Stakebake, Pen- ny Stamis, Paula Stamm. David Stanko, Stephen Stapleton, John Stark, Terry Steffens, Janet Steigerwald, Kathy Ste- vens, Craig Stiles, Nancy Stoll- fus. Cherie Stone, Bonnie Stracek, Carl Straumann, Sara Straw, Ken Strebler, Faith Streufert, Robert Stuckel, Denise Stuckert. Michael Suerth, Linda Suhanek, David Sundblom, Kenneth Swed- berg, Henry Swierenga, Holly Swift, Kathy Szumny, Ann Ta- kamoto. Nancy Teichert, David Terrell, Kathy Theile, Glen Thiel, Jim Thomas, Ric Thomas, Carol Thompson, Janet Throop. Janice Till, Bonnie Timm, James Tofilon, Karen Tolf, Steve Tompkins, Mitchell Top- ping, Jeff Torricelle, Mike Tousey. 188 Sophomores 1 ' 1 ' L1 N . fi! 'E K F' -gl a K E' .-fv '91 5' -- f if f , K is 1 ' 3 ' ar - ' ' ' ,L J 1 V I -' . ,J , i it ii- i i y N, ,fs 1, i i up L "C" Boles admitted students to the November 13 Fun Nite. Gary Traynor, Paul Trousil, John Trzaskus, Diane Turner, Kim Turner, Mike Tyk, Rick Urban, Enza Urgesi. Paula VandenBoom, Clint Vans- chaick, Valerie Van Wey, Steph- anie Vassios, Kathy Vercelli, Sue Verdico, George Vlamis, Judith Vogel. Bob Voigt, Janice Voiss, Janet Vrshek, Robert Wagner, Jerri Ann Walsh, Michele Weber, Cindy Weed, Carol Weger. Bill Weir, Joy Welker, Bernice Wells, Mike Wenzel, Mike Werl- ing, David Wheat, Ronda White, Mary Ann Wierec. Mike Wieser, Lynn Wilder, Gerald Wilk, Carol Wilkens, Bill Wilkerson, Mary Wilkin- son, Charles Willes, Patricia Williams. Jeannie Wimberly, Elisabeth Wohszab, Roxanne Wolf, Joe Wolfgram, Donald Woodsmall, Debbie Wright, Diane Wright, David Yates. Janice Young, Mark Young, Jim Zack, Roger Zeivel, Kim Zelk, Brigitte Zimmer, Audrey Petersen. Not Present: James Allen, Charlotte Apt, Elaine Barancyk, Bruce Barnett, William Barnett, Joe Becker, Kimberly Beckmen, Donald Bowles, Daniel Brightwill, Gail Cirincione, John Conway, Bill Goodhope, Scott Gabriel, William Foley, Brian Filar, Judith Fields, Mike Ferraro, Virginia Espi- noza, Pat Elliott, Larry Eckel, Sandra Dahlke, Fred Dahlke, Debra Haga, Eugene Harding, Gail Hedmark, Stephen Heller Laurie Hiller, Donald Hutson, Greg Jenkins, Michael John- son, Alan Kearns, Sue Kelley, Cynthia Kesinger, David Kil- lian, Lynn Kinney, John Kreutzer, Diane Kunzen, Valerie Kuster, Steve Langbehn, Diane Lanners, Webster Lowe, Barb Mackniskas, Marta Martinez, Reinaldo Martinez, Bill Mayers, Mark McCormick, Carol McCullough, Megan Mc- Keough, Ken McKown, Kathy Montilluer, Jay Mulholland, Sandra Nelson, Jennie Orozco, Scott Paez, Mary Parker, Randy Patterson, Linda Paweleck, Walter Pedersen, Mary Pelgadillo, Benjamin Perkins, Audrey Peterson, Vince Pi- tisci, Dawn Rable, Jean Reeves, Dawn Roberts, Penny Schnackel, Kathy Scott, Margie Sepke, Chris Sichrovshy, Bonnie Sonntag, David Stiert, John Stork, Chester Szostek, Steve Tako, Jan Taylor, Mike Terrara, Dean Thomas, Alan Tomas, John Torssander, Don Triske, Gus Tzouanopoulos, Richard Vachon, Jim Voll, Lee Waswo, Laurie Witt. Sophomores 189 Q Pete Casey helped decorate E-Building during Christmas Week. FRESHMAN CLASS OFFICERS: Sec-Treas. Bonnie Shipman, Pres. Pete Casey, Vice-Pres. Jan Mayers. iff 4, Freshmen Entered As Largest Class in School's History View's freshmen in 1973 Class of '74 mem bers became the largest freshmen class eve to enter the school. Fall Festival Week pro- vided a beginning for class activities as the freshmen combined efforts with the other three classes to decorate the halls in the Falcon tra dition. They also displayed Christmas decora- tions and competed in the Canned Food Drive. Spirit Week events included Spiffy Clean-Up Day, Reverse Hustlers Day, and Button Day. These activities and the sponsorship of a coke dance acquainted Class of l74 members with both the hard work and excitement involved in high school life. By surpassing the enrollment of Fores 1 C? 190 Freshmen ups-9' gp? E-Z Mary Ann Abbott, Alice Aber- nathy, Rose Adamczyk, Susan Adams, Pam Agger, Alan Ahr, Liane Albert, Mark Alfrejd. Diane Allen, Sue Allen, Karen Alred, Joanne Altamore, James Altergott, Orna Aminadav, Jean Anders, Carole Anderson. David Anderson, John Anderson, Robert Anderson, Steve Ander- son, Steven Anderson, Guy An- dreoni, Joe Andrews, Chris Andronaco. Toni Antonelli, John Appleton, Kathy Arenberg, Janet Arko, Jan Arnold, William Arnold Chris Arnt, John Audette. Y Daniela Badino, Joe Baiardo, Sherry Baldwin, Jill Ballotti, Kris Bansfield, Mary Barango, Jeffrey Bare, Phyllis Barnett. Cynthia Bastounes, Sharon Barth, Nancy Basnik, Paul Bauer, Pete Bauer, Dennis Beach, Joy Becker, Lynn Bell. Vicki Bell, Leonard Belpedio, Steve Belz, Scott Bender, Gary Benhart, Caron Bentsen, Holly Berg, Jack Berg. Nancy Bergquist, Michael Ber- nard, Phillip Betchner, Joseph Betten, Janice Betterman, Den- ise Biancalana, Michael Bianco, George Bicego. Ronald Bilhuber, Bruce Bindon, Kathy Binkley, Susan Black, Sue Blackmore, Rich Blanchard, Bruce Bloornquist, Barbara Boesch. Linda Bogard, Lorie Boni, San- dy Bonura, Dan Borland, Sharon Boren, Cathy Borscha, Katie Bosch, Diana Bowling. Vicki Brady, James Brainard, Mark Braiske, Don Brennan, Jane Briggs, Craig Brinkman, Lenore Brokamp, Barb Bro- man. Sue Bromley, Cindy Brown, Mark Buchek, Debbie Buckley, Todd Buikema, John Bulman, Maribeth Burns, Bev Burton. Freshmen 191 Freshmen Congregated Wlth Peers Before Class Darcy Busch, Debby Busch, Mark Button, Kenneth Butzen, John Buyers, Barb Byrne, Ro- bert Cabrera, Michael Cala- brese. Linda Cale, David Callahan, Tom Camargo, Debbie Camp, Jim Campbell, Guy Campo, Kathy Campopiano, Bill Capiz- zano. Lavinda Carlson, Sandra Car- penter, Maureen Carroll, Barb Carter, Peter Casey, Ginger Cating, Barb Cavanaugh, Lisa Cerniglia. David Cerny, Dina Cerrone, Laura Cheloni, Pat Choice, Ca- rol Christmas, Todd Christ- offel, James Chum, Nancy Cipriani. Carolyn Claxton, Lynn Collins, George Compton, Anne Con- cepcion, Michael Concialdi, William Conrad, Kay Corbett, Caron Cornell. Vincent Cortina, Morgan Cot- ten, Cindy Cox, Debbie Cropp, Lynne Cuga, Thom Culkar, Lin- da Cullotta, Sue Cummings. Kathy Cutchin, Steven Czar- necki, Lisa Daggett, C r a i g Dahlquist, Sue Dahlquist, Diane Dahlstrom, Julie Dailidas, Jan Daniels. Robert Dapper, Brad Davidson, Kim Davidson, Dan Davisson, Connie Dearing, Sue Deiter, Ro- bert Dejonge, Terri Delaney. Deanna Demares, Dale Desch, Roy Dettloff, Trish Dhein, Pam Dickenson, Fred Di Cosola, Stephen Didier, Steve Didier. Colleen Dinkle, Ed Dinkle, Peg- gy Dinkelkamp, Noreen Dix, Diane Doan, Karen Dodds, Linda Doherty, Sandra Dolan. Sue Dominick, Tom Donlon, Dan Dotson, John Douglas, Terry Douglas, Randy Doup, Debbie Downing, Carol Doyle. 192 Freshmen A:A,. ? - , is ' a ' illwn 1 .f , ,' 1 ' ' 'fl-W V jf Y- J' - . ' V4 4 vigil xv x, l N J ' I 1 -i ly? -"A' S yl' QLQL ' shy' D in V D, 45 it J Q J F w ' 1 W., 4 J-,Qu " ,"' gif , i V -J 1, ali 3 .. 1 x- . 1 g 4, - XA l L. X' 1 . L . ll. L Dolores Doyle, James Doyle, Terese Drelicharz, Richard Drews, Joseph Dubowski, Dale Dul, Gerald Dunphey, Fred Dun- sing. Paul Durham, James Durso, Salvatore Durso, Michael Dyon, Andrea Dziem, Steve Egesdal, Cindy Ehresman, Eric Eich- orst. Rhonda Eldridge, Kim Ellefsen, Ann Englehart, Linda Erring- ton, Nick Esposito, Chris Eu- genis, Ron E v a n s, Sharon Fabian. was the center for lively discussion. .iv V a..- . .-.1 - -,-1: ,, 1:-iv-71. - 3' -,...,..... Vi - ' 1 ' l I -E Q 'I-. ?,...'a 1 Jeffrey Facklis, Gary Fahren- bach, James Fanizza, Gregory Ferguson, Chris Ferraro, John Fick, Sue Firszt, Annette Fish- er. Leah Fitzgerald, Bob Fitgpat- rick, Russell Fjeidheim, Mau- reen Ford, Robin Ford, Paul Foss, Gray Foster, Gordon Frank. Freshmen 193 f, r...Q Ev - m EE., if .iii ff ig. F2412 1 ff ,gil , Q. , V -. V 3 1 P I ' -. M--..H ,Y l , "'f 1x, gg-Q, TH' ' - BM' Freshmen Experienced Forest View Traditions Teri Gunderson, Cathy Gustaf- son, Cathy Gutzman, D o n n a Guziec, Kurt Haaland, Randi Hafer, Scott Hager, Hal Halver- son. Sandy Hamilton, Jeffrey Ham- mond, Claudia Hanke, Jan Hanke, Kathy Hanna, Gail Han- quinet, Mary Hansen, Bruce Hanson. Sue Hanson, Tom Harden, Deb- orah Hart, Paul Hart, Kevin Harvey, Karen Hathcoat, Dale Hedlund, Darryl Hedlund. Sue Heehler, Fred Hegel, Chip Heinemann, Nancy Heinrich, Linda Helms, Colette Hender- son, Kathy Hendrix, Margaret Hennessey. Gail Henquinet, Sue Henrich, Jeffrey Herkert, Dale Herzog, Glenn Hess, Frank Higgason, Terri Higgins, Rick Hildebrandt. Greg Hilgeman, Jeffrey Hirth, Steven Hixson, Jackie Hockin, Denise Hochstatter, Patrick Ho- fer, Mark Hoffman, Michael Hoffman. Marie Hogy, Kenneth Holan, Janet Holl, Bill Holthe, Gary Hoschett, Alex Howanski, Jeff Howes, Jeff Huenink. Rick Hughes, Terry Hulett, Deb- orah Hunter, Joy Huston, Greg Hyneman, Patricia Hyzy, Mary Iaccino, Donald Idstein. Steven Ignots, Donald Ilseman, Robert Ilseman, Sandy Iwen, David Jacob, Pam Jacobs, Julie Jacobsmeyer, David Yaeger. Maureen James, Jerome Jan- czak, Joyce Janko, John Jan- sen, Patti Jaskulke, Janet Jas- trebski, Carol Jenos, Cheryl Johnson. .Ioan Johnson, Kathy Johnson, Keith Johnson, Kim Johnson, Matthew Johnson, Sue Johnston, Jean Jones, Roberta Jones. Freshmen 195 Freshmen Studied Required Academic Courses Kim Jorgensen, Mary Joyce, Sue Kapral, Dave Karam, Diane Karavidas, Raymond Karnatz, Angela Karras, Joseph Kar- winski. Laura Kausch, Lawrence Keen, Mary Kent, Jack Keyser, Jay Kinder, Linda King, Margaret Kinney, Rodney Kiolbassa. Karen Kita, Cary Kledzik, Lau- ra Klest, Val Kliment, Gary Knopf, Robert Knuerr, Mary Koch, Barb Koehn. Karen Korbus, Kathy Kosche, Becky Kramer, Kevin Kranz, Melinda Krem, Pamela Krew- er, Kathy Krolikowski, John Kronforst. Robert Krueger, Steven Krue- ger, Linda Kucia, Thomas Kula, Christina Kunst, Jeffrey Kurz, Cheryl Kvetko, Duston La Bar- bera. Elizabeth Lambert, Raymond Lamick, Steven Lampredi, Mary Ann Landise, Doris La Reaux, Don Larson, Karen Lar- son, Cindy Lasko. Cheryl Lassen, Cindy Lata, Ge- organne Lathrop, Rob Law- rence, Don Leatherwood, Pat Leatherwood, Karen Ledding, Kathi Leikhim. Debbie Leisering, Karen Lents, Marc Lenzen, Kimberley Le- onteos, Laura Leschman, Linda Le Seth, Michelle Lesley, Di- ane Lesniak. Beth Liewehr, Kerry Lindberg, Jeff Lingen, Robert Lisowski, Paul Loiselle, Donald Lom- bardi, Linda Longo, Kevin Long- ueil. Michael Lopata, Kim Lothery, Arlene Loukis, Pam Lower, Michael Luisi, Craig Luko- wicz, David Lundahl, Michael Lutzow. Kathleen Lydon, Debra Lynn, Stephen Maas, Bill Macaluso, Susan Madero, Peggy Malloy, Rich Mally, Dan Maly. 196 Freshmen 3 tim' i ' X 1 ,L X Qi' l-in lunll C iff! J l . 1-.tif - i. in 'S i 'ie - I' ' I- " F ' D" 'vit 232 ' : LZKX .. . 1 4 if I 1 . .Y EQ?-I .r i t L i , . , in it it T U T , ' , V ,, fi "f 1, 5. r .- I L i- X, 5 ,- 4 . , X Jw A' 4-4...,h Karen Mamoser, Alan Manfredi Jon Marcotte, Chris Margar- ites, Nancy Marich, Donna Mar- inello, Nancy Marsiglia, Debbie Martin. Gregg Martindale, Barbara Martzel, Suzanne Mattiuzzo, Betty Matula, Janice Mayers, Steve Maze, Peggy McAndrew, Kathy McAuliffe. Art McCarragher, Jack Mc- Clure, Jill McClure, Sue Mc- Cory, Mary Ann McGinn, Randy McGovney, Sue McKinney, Chris Mclntire. John McKenney, Wendy Mc- Wayne, Janice Mehlan, Danny Meier, Raymond Meinsen, Sibel Melik, Barbara Mensching, Rose Marie Messina. Herb Meyer, Mike Meyer, Dan Michaels, Gerard Mijares, Lynne Mikos, Dave Mileski, Eric Miller, Kathy Miller, Freshmen 197 ,"!' Mike Wells provided extra help for the librarians. 198 Freshmen Timothy Mincey, Steve Minott, Rick Mirro, Ted Misicka. Patti Miskovetz, Darian Mitch- ell, Tom Mitnick, Dick Mitroff. Dave Moehling, Jill Moehling, Randy Mokas, John Monroe. Larry Monroe, Tom Moore, Janet Moran, Debbie Moravec. Dennis Morin, Sue Morris, Patricia Moy, Bruce Mueller. Linda Munn, Kathy Murray, Tony Muscarello, Debbie Myers. Cindy Nania, Randall Nathan, Frank Navarro, John Needham. Rob Neil, Barbara Neitzel, Darlene Nelson, Peter Nenni. Linda Nero, Cindy Newsome, James Nicodem, Valerie Niel- sen. David Nieto, Eileen Nilson, Charles Norton, Kathleen Noto. Greg Nowak, Kenneth 0'Brien, Vince 0'Brien, Robert Ochab. Sharon Odahowski, Brigid O'Donnell, Valerie Oldenburg, Scott Oliver. f. 'mi l1 i 'ag Y 1 . 5 Eiga ix In ' W , .0- Q' VN 1 rl ' -if x, ' Yi, v ui V. 475 5 is N ,-J Freshmen Assisted as Library and Office Aides Mark Olmon, Vanessa Olos, Patty Olson, Carla Opsahl, Den- nis O'Shaughnessy, J o h n O,Shea, Rhonda O'Shea, James Otto. Maureen Overland, John Pacz- kowski, Donna Pairitz, Dan Pal- las, Terry Palmberg, S u s a n Panesi, Lynda Parks, J. Anne Parmenter. John Paszkiet, Mary Paszkiet, Mitch Patterson, Leslie Payne, Linda Payne, Carl Pedersen, Judy Peluso, Cindy Perez. Kathie Pero, Georgeann Persh- ing, Bill Pesche, Carl Petelle, Sherri Peters, Howard Peter- son, Mike Petran, Terry Petta- vino. Greg Pfaff, Donna Phillips, Gloria Piechowski, M a r k Pierce, Gail Pillat, S h e i l a Plemich, Paul Pletz, M a r k Pohly. Theresa Potas, George Potter, Tom Potter, Lynn Poulos, Ron Pranica, Gary Prejna, Karla Prostko, Doug Prysi. Rich Puryear, Cheryl Putz, Randy Pyde, Kurt Rado, Linda Raffelson, Frank Rano, Chris- tine Rauba, Jerry Rauba. Robin Reel, Maxine Reimann, Gordon Reitz, Janice Renkos- iak, Sherri Ressler, Tom Rich- ards, Jackie Richardson, Mike Riche. Linda Riggs, Michele Riley, Fred Roche, Don Rohde, Pat Rohde, Sandy Romano, Richard Rompala, Steve Rosati. Corinne Ross, Brenda Rothen- berger, Debbie Rothenberger, Susan Rotor, Randy Router, Mary Rowland, Richard Rowley, Marikay Ruane. Terry Ruff, Michele Ruggiero, Mike Ryan, Susan Rzepecki, Al Rzeczkowski, Andrea Salinsky, Dorothy Sallwasser, Aaron Sanders. Freshmen 199 Freshmen Obtained Information at Assemblies Kathy Sanelli, Barbara Santoni, Mike Saugling, Tom Savage, David Savino, Diane Schaedel, Kurt Scherkenbach, Joe Schia- vone. Don Schinkoeth, Doug Schlak, Alan Schneck, Steve Schneider, Jody Schroeder, Rick Schulz, Cornell Schumacher, Dick Schu- macher. Debbie Schwartz, Sandy Schwed- ler, Lisa Scoleri, Mary Seger, Paul Seitz, Mary Selep, Laurel Semcek, Melodye Serino. Debbie Shakon, Greg Sharon, Terri Shaver, Chris Sheehan, Bill Sheffer, Bonnie Shipman, Maxine Silverberg, Lynn Sink- ler. Cynthia Siwik, Todd Skallerup, Jan Smith, Jeff Smith, Scott Smith, Paul Snyder, Kathy Sou- tar, Sharon Soyka. Karol Spas, Dewain Springer, Cindy Stamis, Jim Stapleton, Mike Starkey, Sue Starkey, Mark Steele, Cindy Steffens. Raymond Steinbart, Tom Stein- braker, Donald Stevens, Troy Stevens, Ron Stiff, Joseph Stinger, Juliet Stivanson, Mark Storhaug. Kim Strachan, Paul Strass- burger, Patti Stuebe, Tom Sul- la, Pat Sullivan, Mary Squilla- cioti, David Swain, Kristie Swanson. Cindy Swetman, Eugene Swiech, David Swierenga, Stella Szew- czyk, Steve Szummy, D a v i d Taylor, Diane Teeters, Scott Tesmer. Bill Thedorf, Pat Thieme, Jack Thomas, Sue Thomas, M i k e Thompson, Linda T h'o r s e n, Micky Tombolato, Rich Tombo- lato. Debra Topolinski, Deborah Top- peng, Ken Tomquist, G ary Tosch, Pat Trachbrodt, Cindi Travis, Roger Treadwell, Bruce Treder. 200 Freshmen 'Z' Frank Trinkle, Russ Tripp, Carl Trippiedi, Lori Trossen, Betty Tselos, Mike Tuminaro Cheri Turney, John Tyszko. 1 Terri Ullrich, Ted Urda, Ar- leen Van Der Vliet, Mike Ven- tura, John Verdico, Keven Vin- ezeano, Allan Vinson, Vincent Vitale. Don Voigt, Jim Volanti, P a u 1 Vollkommer, Harry Vombrack, Joseph Vonckx, Ralph Voyta, Sandra Waclawski, Bob Wagner. Mark Walker, Mike Walls, Jo- seph Walsh, Mike Walsh, Dave Waltmire, Cathy Ward, John Washington, Yolanda Wasni- owcki. Tim Wassman, Jim Water- house, Mark Wegerer, Carol Wehund, Bob Weinstock, Dan Wenzel, Doug Wertepny, Mark Wetterling. Joyce Whitchurch, Michael Lee White, Mike White, Karen Whitehead, Brad Wickham, Sue Wickline, Jayne Wilds, Marie Wilk. Gary Willert, Cindy Williams, Cheryl Williams, Densie Wil- liams, Joanie Wimberly, Carol Winkler, Jim Wise, Dorothy Wogelius. Ron Wojciuch, Robert Wolf, Jay Woloshyn, Bob Wood. Joan Wood, Pat Wright, Becky Wykel, Rick Wynne. Glen Zawacki, Randy Zwik, John Steen. captive aud1ence listened attentively to speakers at a class meeting Not Present Diane Barret, Eileen Bowen, Terri Delaney Martin Dewey Jackie Hockin, Sue Hinckley, Edward Jab- lenskl Mary Lullo Maida Martinez, Michiko Mitsusada J acquelmn Pearson Ron Skala, Judith Smorynski. Freshmen 201 In order to obtain a true and com- plete panoramic view of his high school career, a senior must first consider his achievements, failures, highlights, and disappointments encountered during his years at Forest View. Evaluation of personal endeavors in clubs, athletics, and academic studies leads to self- understanding. The insights gained from memorable, beneficial experiences and retained impressions serve as a founda- tion to uphold future ideas. 5:1- 202 Closing I nf .XX Qi .. , J ' ,f"""' ' . S. ear' X, V' sf' LN 'Q , 1 . 15 D . it L' lf tif . 1. .11 , .- Q. xg. 'C' ,nf ' w X I' ff Wig. 'N 4., jr AYRQ P 5' , A7 .C , 1 2 En- A H' ml ,L n ul VQKXN! suv! XAXXXXXXXXXXL. -'XX 5493 1 'o R. ry. Bs.:- -4 5 wa ' ' 5 Q3 355331 -xg X . ' L 'Sv -ii? Lk k xg xx ' P Sw- El Qx uv -3 ffxqs ff-1 , A A l,v lvxxgify Rx .- 'U' -5 . A4 0 0 K O fl s..,.,,f ti V - R 4 sl XA -9 FLL I lsfb 22 l 1 la h Pl: illiliii ' T lliltmi lu ' n til 1 1 Q1 pl Lu With a mixture of nostalgia and eagerness, 448 underclassmen will continue their high school careers at Rolling Meadows High School. These freshmen and sophomores await the opening of the recent addition to Dis- trict 214 and look forward to the new friendships and experiences a new school promises. The early graduates- the juniors who received their diplomas with the senior class and the seniors who left school at the end of the first semester-share in the transfer students' anticipation of the future. But mingled with the desire to begin anew is a feel- ing of reluctance to leave the close friends they have known at Forest View. x 4 ,...i.,.... 1 fl , T 5 g i L i i N I i I 353 ---e ' nj !. an :Lamp- Y...g1-zum" -of? "Qi- vt 3 ww NX .I gs 1-,.,f L , 206 Closing -1-:V .Q , .1 'L V, ., WI.--.4 ,t . ,- 'Ea' -.1 Throughout his school career and even at his final departure, every stu- dent has seen numerous opportunities at his disposal. To benefit from these advantages or not-the choice was his. Be it in social concern and involvement, vocational preparation and placement, or continuing education, Forest View has provided the background for daily life. In effect, Forest View exemplifies a panorama of the future . . . Closing 207 A ABATE, TOM M.: Wrestling 2: Transferred from St. Viator High School. ABBOTT, DAVID K.: Mu Alpha Theta 4: Band 1,2,3,4: Spring Mu- sical 2,3: Transferred from Pros- pect High School. ABRAHAM, MARY M.: Viewer Staff 3: Transferred from Sacred Heart of Mary High School. ADAMCZYK, DAWN M.: GRA 1: Office Guide 1,2,3: Ski Club 2,3,4. ADINOLFI, KAREN: FTA 1,2,3: Teachers' Aide Program 3: Ski Club 2,3,4. AGGER, JOHN J.: Swimming 1: Golf 3,4: Intramurals 3: Letter- men's Club 4: Ski Club 3,4. AHRENS, DEBRA A. ALM, LAURIE J.: Student Coun- cil 2,3: Class Vice Pres. 3: Exec- utive Board 3: Falcettes 3: GRA l,2: Baseball Pep Squad 2,3: Choir 3: Human Relations Club 2,3: Vari- ety Show 2,3: Christmas Ball Queen. ANDERSEN, SUSAN C.: Ski Club 2,3,4. ANDERSON, CATHERINE J.: Quill and Scroll 4: Viewer Staff 3,4, Art-Photo Editor 4: Base- ball Pep Squad 2: FTA 2: Human Relations Club 2,3,4: Variety Show 3, ANDERSON, KAREN M.: Twirler 1: Pep Club 2,3: Girls' Chorus 1: FTA 4: Teachers' Aide Pro- gram 1,3,4: Spanish Club 3: Horse- back Riding Club 4: Transferred from Steinmetz High School, Chicago. ANDRY, ROBERT L.: SICC 2,3: Track 1. B BADOUR, ALAN DEAN: Football 1,2: Gymnastics 1: Band 1. BALLANTINE, STEVEN L.: Bas- ketball 3: Transferred from Fruit- port High School, Fruitport, Michigan. BANSFIELD, EDWARD B.: Foot- ball 1,2: Basketball 1,2,3,4, Co- Capt. 4: Baseball 1,2,3,4: Let- termen's Club 3,4. BARRIE, DEBBIE A.: Pep Club 1: Girls' Chorus 1: Girls' Glee 2: Choir 3: FTA 2,3,4, Historian 3, Pres. 4: Teachers' Aide Pro- gram 3,4. BASS, GAYLAN W.: NHS 2,3,4: Tri-M 2,3,4: Mu Alpha Theta 4: Pep Club 2: Girls' Chorus 1: Girls' Glee 2: Choir 3: French Club l,2: Variety Show 4: 4-semester Honor Pin. BAUER, GEORGE A.: Football 1, 2,3,4, Capt. 4: Basketball 1,2,3,4, Capt. 4: Baseball 1,2,3,4: Letter- men's Club 3,4: Treas. 4: Fall Festival Escort 4: 4-semester Honor Pin. BAUMANN, RODNEY G.: Foot- ball 2: Baseball 1: Transferred from Ocomonowoc Sr. High School, Ocomonowoc, Wisconsin. BAUMGART, JANICE L.: Or- chesis 4: HERO 4: CWT 1: Variety Show 3. BAYNE, ROGER D.: CWT 3,4. BENDER, ROBIN R.: Girls' Leaders 3,4: GRA 1,2,3,4, Pres. 4: Girls' Tennis 2,3,4: Girls' Bad- minton 1,2,3,4: Girls' Volleyball 4. BERBERICK, MARK L.: Boys' Leaders 3,4. 208 Senior Summaries 4- Senior Summaries BERKHOLTZ, CYNTHIA M.: GRA l,2: OO 3: German Club l,2: Trans- ferred from Whitefish Bay High School, Milwaukee, Wisconsin, BERRA, LOUISE N.: Talon Staff 4: Viewer Staff 4: GRA l,2: Pep Club 3: Baseball Pep Squad 3: Art Club l,2: Ski Club 4: Transferred from Mother Guerin High School, River Grove. BETTERMAN, KATHLEEN L.: NHS 2,3,4: Mu Alpha Theta 3,4, Sec. 4: Representative Assembly Treas. 4: Pep Club 2,3,4: Wres- tling Pep Squad 2,3,4: FTA 1,2,3,4: German Club l,2,3, Pres. 2,3: 4- semester Honor Pin. BETTMAN, LINDA S.: Art Club 4: Human Relations Club 2. BETTS, WILLETTA R.: GRA 1, 2,3: Pep Club: Transferred from Amundsen High School, Chicago. BISHOP, ROBERT J. BITTLER, ROBERT R.: Student Council 2: Representative Assem- bly 3,4, Executive Board 3,4: Foot- ball 1: Wrestling l,2: Track 1: Fine Arts Workshop 3: Fall Play 3,4: Winter Play 2. BLACK, WILLIAM W.: CWT 4. BLAKER, KATHLEEN M.: 4- semester Honor Pin: Transferred from Notre Dame High School, Schenectady, New York. BLANE, NANCY L.: Representa- tive Assembly 2: GRA 1: Spring Musical 2: French Club 1: Dance Club 2,4, Pres. 4: Variety Show 2. BOELKE, ROSS D.: Football 1. BONNEM, BRIAN P.: Football 1, 2,3,4: Wrestling 1: Baseball l,2: Lettermen's Club 4. BOREN, DEBRA, L.: Trans- ferred from Fairview High School, Boulder, Colorado. BORGARDT, DEBBIE P.: Library Aide 2,3. BOROWSKI, MARY V. BOVEN DONNA ANN.: Talon Staff 3: HERO 4: CWA 1,2. BDWE, MARK E.: Football 1: Wrestling 1,2,3,4, Co-Capt. 4: Variety Show 4. BRINKMAN, LYNNE M.: Fal- cettes 2,3,4, Pres. 4: Girls' Lead- ers 3,4: Office Guide l: Library Aide 2: 4-semester Honor Pin, BROCAR, VIRGINIA: Talon Staff 3: HERO 4: CWA 1. BROWN, ROBERT S.: CWT 4: AV Club 2,3: Radio Club 1,2,3, BUCKHOLZ, KIRK A.: Cross Country l,2: Basketball 1: Gym- nastics 2,3,4: Tennis 1,2,3,4: Boys' Leaders 3,4: Lettermen's Club 3,4. BURNESON, JOHN D.: NFL l,2: Debate 1,2: Human Relations Club 3,4. BURROUGHS, LINDA M.: Office Guide 2. BUSCHART, WILLIAM DAVID: Class Pres. 4: Representative Assembly 4, Executive Board 4: Football 1: Choir 3: Towne Criers 3,4: Band l,2: Fall Festival Es- cort 4: Variety Show 3,4: Trans- ferred from Arlington High School. BYRNE, TIMOTHY G.: Mu Alpha Theta 4: Wrestling 1: 4-semester Honor Pin. C CAHILL, TERRI: Tri-M 2,3,4: Cheerleading l,2: Pep Club 3: Vocales 3: Variety Show 3. CAMPBELL, BILL E.: Football 1,2,3: Baseball 1,2,4: Intramurals 1,2,3,4. CANTWELL, PETER D. CARLSON, BRADLEY D.: Boys' Leaders 3,4: Spring Musical 1: Ski Club 1,2,3,4. CHESNEY, DONNA M.: DE 4. CHRISTINE, DAVE W.: Band 1, 2,3,4: Ski Club 1. CHRISTOPHER, RICHARD S.: Football l,2: Wrestling 1,2,3,4: Lettermen's Club 4. CHUM, JULIE J.: Quill and Scroll 3: Viewer Staff 3: Pep Club 1: OO 4: OO Club 4: Calendar Girl 3. COLLINS, KATHLEEN: GRA: Pep Club: Gymnastics Pep Squad: FTA: French Club: Ski Club: Transferred from East Brunswick High School, East Brunswick. New Jersey. CONLEY, CHRIS: Football l,2: Basketball 1,2,3. CONWAY, SUE E.: Student Coun- cil l,3: Class Officer 2,4: Orchesis 4: Girls' Leaders 3,4: Pep Club 3: Wrestling Pep Squad 2,3, Capt. 3: Fall Festival Court 4: Christ- mas Ball Attendant 1: Variety Show 2,3. COOLEY, BOB J.: Basketball l,2: 4-semester Honor Pin. CORBETT, THERESA M.: NFL 2: Student Council 1,2,3: Orchesis 4: GRA 1: Individual Events 2: Teachers' Aide Program 4: Dance Club 3: Variety Show 2,4, CORTINA, JAN J.: Pep Club 1, 2: Wrestling Pep Squad 4: DO 4: Variety Show 2, COTTEN, MARY LYNN: NHS 3,4: NFL 1,2,3,4: Orchesis 4: Wrestling Pep Squad 2: Individual Events 1,2,3,4: Fall Play 4: Win- ter Play 1: Spring Musical 2: Dance Club 3,4: Variety Show 2,3,4. COUMONT, BARBARA L. CRAWFORD, STEVEN D.: Swim- ming 1: German Club 1,2: Trans- ferred from St. Viator High School. CROSS, LINDA JOY: Dance Club 3,4, Vice-Pres. 4. CROUTCH, KAREN L.: Spanish Club 2: Human Relations Club 1. CULLEN, CATHY A.: Trans- ferred from Sacred Heart of Mary High School. CUMMINGS, JEAN A.: Tri-M 2,3,4: Representative Assembly 3: Class Board 2,4: Class Sec. 4: Falcettes 3: Pep Club 3: Baseball Pep Squad 2,3: Girls' Chorus 1: Girls' Glee 2: Vocales 4: Choir 3: French Club 1: Human Rela- tions Club 3: Ski Club 2: Variety Show 2,3,4. CURRY, CAMILLE E.: Rus- sian Club 1,2,3: Calendar Girl 3: Variety Show 3. CURTIS, NANCY L.: Tri-M 4: Talon Staff 4: Girls' Chorus 1: Choir 2,3,4: Transferred from Sacred Heart of Mary High School. D DAHL, JON E.: Mu Alpha Theta 4: Tennis 2,3,4: Band 1,2,3,4: French Club 1: Spring Musical 1,2,3: 4-semester Honor Pin. DAHL, LAURIE A.: Cross Country Pep Squad 2: Track Pep Squad 2: Girls' Glee 2: Choir 3: FHA 1. DAHLQUIST, DELORES A.: Track Pep Squad 3: Band 1,2,3,4: French Club 1: Horseback Riding Club 4. DAHLSTROM, DOUG W.: Cross Country 2: Gymnastics 1: Golf l,2: Ski Club 1. DAMHAUSER, CHARLES J.: Gymnastics 1. DAPPER, THOMAS F.: Base- ball 4: Intramurals 1,2,3,4: Trans- ferred from St. Viator High School. DEBERRY, DIANE C.: Orchesis 2,3,4: Twirlers 2,3,4, Capt. 4: Variety Show 3,4: Choreog- rapher 3. DELISE, DANIEL A.: Wrestling 1: Intramurals 3. DEREZOTES, PAUL N.: NHS 4: French Club 1: 4-semester Honor Pin. DICARA, GUY M.: Towne Cri- ers 4: Variety Show 3,4. DIFLAVIO, DEBORAH G.: Stu- dent Council 1: Orchesis 4: Fall Play 4: Spring Musical 3: Debate 1: Transferred from Taft High School. DIGREGOR, RALPH J.: Scuba Diving Club 2: Track 4: Horse- back Riding Club 4: Transferred from Taft High School. DINKEL, DEBORAH A. DINKLE, KAREN S.: GRA 1: Rus- sian Club l,2: Ski Club 2,4. DOBBINS, LINDA R.: GRA 1,23 FHA 1. DOLAN, KATHY R.: Orchesis 3,4: OO Club 4: Office Guide 2: Teachers' Aide Program 41 Fall Festival Queen 4: Christmas Ball Attendant 3: Calendar Girl 3. DOLAN, RUTH T.: OO 4: Trans- ferred from Gage Park High School. DONLON, JEAN T.: Pep Club 2,3: Baseball Pep Squad 2,3,4: FTA 2,3,4: Ski Club 2,3,4, Sec. 3 4 DOUGLAS, BEVERLY J.: View- er Staff 3: Falcettes 1,2,3,4, His- torian 2, Sec-Treas. 3: Color- guard 3,4, Commander 4: Girls' Leaders 3,4: Variety Show 2. DOYLE, MARY PAT: NHS 3,4: Mu Alpha Theta 3,4: GRA 1,2,3: Pep Club 4: Gymnastics Pep Squad 4: Baseball Pep Squad 4: Ski Club 3,4: 4-semester Honor Pin: Trans- ferred from Sacred Heart of Mary High School. DOYLE, THOMAS R.: Football 1 DUL, MICHAEL L.: CWT 4. E ECKERT, DONNA L.: Pep Club 2: OO 3,4: Office Guide l,2: Hu- man Relations Club 1,2. EGGERS, CANDY: Quill and Scroll 3,4: Viewer Staff 3,4: Busi- ness Manager 4: Pep Club 1,31 Girls' Chorus 1: Choir 4: FTA 3: Teachers' Aide Program 4: Variety Show 2.4. ELBE, ALBERT M. ENGLESON, SHERYL L.: Class Council 3: Spartonians 3, Treas. 3: Pep Club 2,3: Spanish Club 1,2,3: Drama Club 1,2,3: Art Club l,2,3: Transferred from West Springfield High School, Spring- field, Virginia. ENNIS, CELESTE C.: GRA 1: FHA 1: Library Aide 1,2,3. L ERHARD, MICHAEL E.: Cross Country 2: Track 1,2,3,4: Gym- nastics 2,3,4: AV Club 2,3,4. ESPERSETH, CHRISTINE A.: SICC 3: Drama Club 1: Trans-- ferred from Sacred Heart of Maryk High School. EVANS, MARY CHRISTIAN: Band 1,2,3: HERO 4. F l' 1 Buckholz demonstrated his gymnastic ability in a quick-paced game of leap frog, Coach Gay Hughes' style. KLER. SANDRA L.: Mu a Theta 35 FNA 35 ACT 15 nsferred from Sacred Heart ary High School. SLOW, WILLIAM M.: Foot- 1. BIG, PEGGY A.: Transferred Sacred Heart of Mary High ol. .LDS, CYNTHIA J.: Class rd 25 Pep Club 15 OO 3,4, Sec. ki Club 15 Transferred from Grove High School. AR, DAVID S.: Mu Alpha ta 4: Cross Country 1,25 Track LEBROWN. JAMES E.: Swim- g 2,35Teachers Aide Program 4 EMAN, DEBRA A.: Swim- g Pep Squad 3,45 Choir l,2,3,45 l,2,3, Pres. 3: Office Guide HUND, CYNTHIA A.: Pep 1: OO 3,45 Transferred from Grove High School. KATHLEEN M.: NFL and Scroll 3,45 View- 3,4, Head Reporter 45 Events 2,3,45 Russian 3,45 Calendar Co-Editor 35 Show 2. NANCY: FTA 15 45 Office Guide Girl 3. CHRISTINE E.: Talon 3,45 Falcettes 2,3,45 Girls' 3,45 GRA 3,45 Choir 45 Club 1,25 Ski Club 2,3,4. DON JOSEPH: NHS Pres. 4: Tri-M 2,3,45 Mu Theta 3,45 Track 15 Tennis Band l,2,3,45 Treas. 45 Musical 1,2,3: French Club Honor Pin. ANN M.: Student Staff 45 Cheer- 2,35 Drill Team 15 Variety Show 45 Transferred from Shawnee Mission South High School, Over- land Park, Kansas. GOODALL, PATRICIA A. GRANZOW, RANDAL R.: Gym- nastics l,2,3,4. GRIGGS, RICHARD A.: Football 1,25 Basketball 1,2,3: Intra- murals 3. GROELL, SANDY A.: DE 45 OO 3. GROSS, STEPHEN M.: Foot- ball l,2,3,45 Wrestling 15 Track 2,3,45 Baseball 15 Lettermen's Club 3,4, Pres. 4. GRUNWALD, DIANE E.: Choir 15 DE 3,4, GUAGLIANONE, NANCY A.: Or- chesis 2,3,45 Pep Club 15 Spring Musical 25 Calendar Girl 35 Variety Show 3,4, Choreog- rapher 4. GUNTER, ANNE W.: NHS 2,3,4: NFL 2,3, Sec. 25 Mu Alpha Theta 3,45 Debate 25 Russian Club 1, 2,3,4, Vice-Pres. 2, Pres. 3,4, H HAASE, JAMES W.: Football 15 Wrestling I5 Baseball 1,25 Band 1,25 DO 4. HAMMOND, JOE M.: NFL 3,45 Wrestling 25 Golf 1,25 Fall Play 3,4, Winter Play 2,3,45 Spring Musical 2,45 Individual Events 3,45 Russian Club 1,25 Variety Show 4, Technical Director 45 Band l,2,3,4. HANKINS, KATHRYN M.: Pep Club 2,35 Baseball Pep Squad 2,35 FTA 2,35 Ski Club 2,3,4, Vice- Pres. 35 Transferred from Amer- ican Community School, Milan, Italy. HANSEN, ARLENE J.: NHS 3,45 GRA 2,35 FTA 1,2,35 Spanish Club 3,4, Sec-Treas. 45 4-semester Honor Pin. HANSEN, CYNTHIA L.: Tri- M 2,3,45 Band l,2,3,45 Variety Show 3. HARRINGTON, KATHLEEN A.: NFL 15 Stage Crew 3,45 4- semester Honor Ping Transferred from Sacred Heart of Mary High School. HART, HERBERT G.: Mu Alpha Theta 45 German Club 3,45 Trans- ferred from Elmwood Park Com- munity High School. HAUT, MARK A.: Art Club 4. HAWKES, KRISTINE: Falcettes 2,3,4, Colorguard 45 Girls' Lead- ers 3,45 FTA 15 French Club 15 gariety Show 3: 4-semester Honor in. . HAUT, RICH D.: Cross Country 15 Basketball 15 Baseball 1. HAYES, MARYBETH: GRA 15 Pep Club 15 German Club 1. HERZOG, CINDI L.: GRA 15 Girls' Chorus 1, Girls' Glee 25 Choir 3,45 Stage Crew 1,3,45 FTA 15 Transferred from William Fremd High School. HESS, LINDA: Pep Club 1,25 FTA 15'HERO 45 German Club 1,25 Human Relations Club 1. HEWITT, NANCY J.: Wrestling Pep Squad 45 FTA 45 Transferred from North Kingstown High School, North Kingstown, Rhode Island. HOFFMAN, BONNIE J.: DE 45 Office Guide 2,3. HOFFMAN, THERESA A.: Spring Musical 25 DE 4. HOLTHE, DONALD F.: HERO 4. HOPPERTON, VICKI A.: Cho- rus 4: OO 45 Transferred from Coventry Senior High School, Akron, Ohio. HORNAK, PAT A.: Representa- tive Assembly 2,4, Executive Board 2,45 Pep Club 15 Gymnas- tics Pep Squad 1,25 Girls' Glee 25 Choir 45 Human Relations Club 2. HOST, LAWRENCE A.: NHS 45 Mu Alpha Theta 4: Cross Country 1,2,35 Gymnastics l,2,3,45 Tennis l,2,3,45 Lettermen's Club 45 4- semester Honor Pin. HOUDEK, DEBORA L.: NHS 45 Mu Alpha Theta 3,45 Band 1,2,35 Russian Club 3,4, Vice-Pres. 4, Sec 35 Ski Club 1,2,3. HUPFEL, MARY A.: GRA 15 Stage Crew 35 Pep Club 15 CWT 4: Human Relations Club 35 Ski Club 2,4. I . ILG, PAULA M.: Pep Club 35 Gymnastics Pep Squad 35 FHA 1: Ski Club 3,45 Dance Club 3. IVERSEN, CHRIS L.: Choir 3,45 Office Guide 2,3. J JANSSEN, DIANE CAROL: Base- ball Pep Squad 4, Capt. 45 Swim- ming Pep Squad 45 Band 1,2,35 Spring Musical 25 Spanish Club 45 Art Club 15 Dance Club 3,45 4- semester Honor Pin. JARECKI, FRANK: Baseball 1,25 DE 4, Pres. 4. JASKIEWICZ, MATTHEW E.: Football 1,25 Basketball 15 Trans- ferred from Gordon Technical High School. JASTREBSKI, DON M.: NFL 45 Football l,2,3,45 Baseball 1,25 Track 35 Boys' Leaders 3,45 In- tramurals 3,45 Lettermen's Club 45 Towne Criers 45 Fall Play 45 Winter Play 45 Spring Musical 3,45 Individual Events 45 Variety Show 4. JELASCITY, SANDRA J.: Vo- cales 45 Towne Criers 45 Choir 3,45 Variety Show 45 Transferred from Ferndale High School, Fern- dale, Michigan. JELINEK, DALE A.: NHS 2,3,45 Cross Country 15 Basketball 1,2,35 Track 1: 4-semester Honor Pin. Senior Summaries 209 JOHANSEN, KURT M.: Gymnas- tics 13 Swimming 1. JOHNSON, BARBARA C.: GRA 1,23 Pep Club 33 Cross Country Pep Squad 33 Track Pep Squad 33, FTA 2,3,4, Vice-Pres. 43 FNA 43 gatin Club 1,23 4-semester Honor in. JOHNSON, CAROLE L.: GRA 1,23 Pep Club 1,23 Cross Country Pep Squad 23 Spanish Club 1,2. JOHNSON, KAREN L.: OO 4. JOHNSON, LARRY: Band 2,33 Debate 43 Human Relations Club 3,4, Vice-Pres. 3, Pres. 43 Ski Club 3,43 Transferred from Conant High School. JOHNSON, MARGARET J.: NHS 3,4, Sec-Treas. 43 Mu Alpha Theta 43 GRA 13 Pep Club 1,2,3,43 Gym- nastics Pep Squad 43 French Club 1523 Art Club 43 4-semester Honor in. JOHNSON, SUSAN LYNNE: DE 43 Office Guide 2. JONES, SUSAN K.: NHS 2,3,43 Towne Criers 3,4Q Variety Show 2,3,43 4-semester Honor Pin. KARCHER, RICHARD W.: NHS 2,3,43 Tri-M 2,3,43 Cross Country 1,23 Track 13 Tennis 2,3,43 Band 1,2,3,4, Vice-Pres. 4, Drum Major 43 Spring Musical 2,3,43 French Club 13 Chess Club 33 4-semester Honor Pin. KASPER, ROBERT W.: Foot- ball 1,2,3,4, Capt. 43 Basketball 1,2,3,4Q Baseball 1,2,3,43 Letter- men's Club 2,3,4, Sergeant-ab Arms 4. KAYE, NANCY L.: Teachers' Aide Program 23 Russian Club 2. KEEN, CHERYL L.: FTA 43 Library Aide 2. KELLER, GAYE L.: Pep Club 13 DE 43 Office Guide 1,2. KELLERMAN, BARB A. KEYZER, JOSEPH J.: Track 1,23 Boys' Leaders 3,4. KIELHACK, RAYMOND R.: NHS 4g NFL 2,3,43 Mu Alpha Theta 3,4, Pres. 43 Tennis 1,2,3,43 In- KLINE, KEITH A. KOCH, DIANE M.: GRA 1,2,4Q FHA 1,23 Spanish Club 2,3,4, Vice- Pres. 33 Variety Show 23 4- semester Honor Pin. KOEHLER, KRIS L.: GRA 13 Pep Club 33 Baseball Pep Squad 2,3. KOENTOPP, KENT K.: Football 1,2,3,43 Basketball 1,2,3,4Q Base- ball 1,2,3,4Q Boys' Leaders 3,43 Lettermen's Club 4. KOLLE, DANIEL M.: NHS 3,43 Cross Country 23 Track 13 French Club 13 4-semester Honor Pin. KONIECZSKI, JAMES J.: Cross Country 1,23 Wrestling 1,2,3. KORBAL, KAREN A.: Winter Play: Office Guide 2,33 French Club 1. KRAMMER, MIKE J. KRUPA, MARY F.: Pep Club 3,42 Baseball Pep Squad 3,43 FTA 1,23 4-semester Honor Pin3 Trans- ferred from Sacred Heart of Mary High School. LEBBEN, CARLA J.: Quill and Scroll 3,4, Vice-Pres. 43 Viewer Staff 3,43 Pep Club 1. LEDDING, KATHLEEN L.: Band 1,2,3,4Q FTA 3,43 Variety Show 2. LEDKOWSKY, NATALIE: Trans- ferred from David Brearley Re- gional High School, Kenilworth. New Jersey. LEE, ELLEN M.: Girls' Lead- ers 3,43 GRA 3,43 Wrestling Pep Squad 2,3,4. LEFEBVRE, HAZEL B.: GRA 43 Wrestling Pep Squad 43 Trans- ferred from Thornridge High School, Dolton, Illinois. LEVEY, DAVID J,: Intramurals 3,43 Choir 1,23 German Club 1,33 4-semester Honor Ping Transferr- ed from MacArthur High School. Decatur, Illinois. LINDSAY, GARY W.: Band 2,3,4: Individual Events 43 Variety Show 3,43 Transferred from John F Kennedy High School, Wheaton Maryland. NFL 23 Girls' Leaders 3,43 Pep Club 33 Baseball Pep Squad 33 Individual Events 23 FTA 23 4- semester Honor Pin3 Transferred from Spakenkill High School, Poughkeepsie, New York. JORGENSEN, CHERYL LEE: Quill and Scroll 3,4, Sec.-Treas. 43 Viewer Staff 3,4, Light Feature Editor 43 Orchesis 2,3,43 GRA 13 Choir 3,43 Fall Play 43 Winter Play 33 Spring Musical 2,33 In- dividual Events 3,43 Office Guide 13 Variety Show 2,3,4, Choreo- grapher 2,3. JOSEPH, JOHN. JUNGBLUT, MARIANNE: Class Board 13 OO 4, Historian 4. K KALAWAY, THOMAS E.: Football 23 Baseball 13 Intramurals 3. KAPUSTA, PAMELA A.: Wres- tling Pep Squad 2g Girls' Chorus 13 Girls' Glee 23 Vocales 3,43 210 Senior Summaries 3 Laurie Alm displayed Christmas Ball decorations. dividual Events 2,3,4Q German Club 43 4-semester Honor Pin. KIJAK, JEANINE A.: Girls' Lead- ers 33 GRA 43 Swimming Pep Squad 43 FHA 2,31 Office Guide 3. KING, MARY JAYNE: Quill and Scroll 3,42 Viewer Staff 3,4, News Bureau Editor 43 Individual Events 2. KING, NANCY B.: Quill and Scroll 3,4, Pres. 43 Viewer Staff 3,4, Editor-in-Chief 43 Individual Events 23 FHA 1,23 Teachers' Aide Program 4g French Club 23 Dance Club 3. KINGSBOROUGH, WILLIAM J .3 Electronics Club 1,2,3,4Q Ski Club 3,4. KINNEMAN, PAULA K.: Talon Staff 33 Viewer Staff 3,43 Cheer- leading 13 Girls' Leaders 3,43 GRA 2,3,43 Pep Club 1,23 Baseball Pep Squad 23 Variety Show 2. KIOLBASSA, ROXANN M.: Girls' Leaders 3,43 GRA 2,3,4Q Wres- tling Pep Squad 3,4. KRZYWDA, KAREN J.: NHS 3,42 NFL 3,43 Quill and Scroll 3,43 Viewer Staff 3,4, Advertising Mgr. 43 Individual Events 2,33 FHA 2,33 French Club 13 4- semester Honor Pin. KUDALIS, JOHN A.: Baseball 13 Biology Club 23 Transferred from St. Viator High School. L LACK, KENNETH D.: Wrestling 2,3,4Q Boys' Leaders 3,43 Let- termen's Club 4. LANNON, TERRENCE P.: Wres- tling 1,21 CWT 43 Transferred from St. Viator High School. LATTA, RICHARD G.: Wres- tling 1,23 Band 1,2,3,43 Trans- ferred from Williamsville High School North, Williamsville, New York. LEACH, RICHARD R.: Foot- ball 1,2,33 Gymnastics l,3,43 Track 1,2,3,4. LISINSKI, THOMAS C.: Board 13 Basketball 23 Trac DO 43 Ski Club 1. LISZEWSKI, STEVEN E. LITEWSKI, CAROL J.: Glee 23 Choir 3,43 FHA 1. LOESCHEN, MIKE D.: Gy tics 1,2,3,43 Track 13 AV 3,43 Ski Club 3,4. LORD, DERRICK A.: NH. Tri-M 43 Gymnastics 1,2,4Q nis 43 Band 1,2,3,43 Spring Mu 1,2,3,43 Variety Show 2,3,4 semester Honor Pin. LOWER, LYNN A.: NHS Class Board 23 Representativ sembly 3,4, Executive Boar Pep Club 13 Gymnastics Pep S 33 Spanish Club 13 Variety Sh LUTZOW, KATHY C.: Pep 2,33 Cross Country Pep Squa Track Pep Squad 2,32 Cho' FTA 2,33 Office Guide 23 Ge Club 2,3,4, Sec. 33 Russian 13 Human Relations Club LYNCH, DEBBIE: Student 3: Class Board l,2,4: Orchesis Baseball Pep Squad 3: Girls' orus 1: Choir 3,4: Human Re- 'ons Club l,2,3: Dance Club 3: riety Show 2,3. ROBERT R.: Student 1,2,3,4, Advisory Board Basketball l,2,3: Track 1,2: Club l,2,3: Trans- from East Leyden High Franklin Park, Illinois. DEBORAH J.: Tri- 1,2,3,4: Spring Mu- onor Pm Trans- from Denver Colorado. GEORGIANN: FHA 1: eas. 4. CHARLES W. Y, KATHLEEN M.: NHS 3,4: Staff 4, Photography Editor GRA 1: French Club 2,3,4, 3, Vice-Pres. 4: 4-semester n. : Student Council 1: H ' : r ELLEN T.: NHS , 1: Pep Club l,2,3: Pep Squad 1,2,3, Capt. Baseball Pep Squad 3: FTA 1, French Club 1: Ski Club 1: Club 3,4: Transferred from Rochester High School. LINDA S.: Stu- Class Board 1,3: Assembly 3, Execu- 3: Pep Club 3: Base- Council Girls' 4: Pep Club 2: Office ,3, Human Relations Club from Sacred Heart School. PATRICIA F.: Stage 2 French Club l,2,3: Ski RICHARD W.: NHS boys monopolized the action in 2,3,4: Cross Country 1,2: Gym- nastics 1,2,3,4: Tennis 1,2,3,4: Lettermen's Club 2,3,4: 4-sem- ester Honor Pin. MARTZEL, JEAN M.: Trans- ferred from Sacred Heart of Mary High School. MATRE, JANICE L.: Trans- ferred from Our Lady of Vic- tory Academy, Scarsdale, New York. MATZL, JANET M.: DE 4: Office Guide 2. MCALPINE, BETSY: Transferred from Academy High School, Erie, Pennsylvania. MCAULEY, PAMELA K.: Trans- ferred from Southeast High School, Wichita, Kansas. MCCAFFERTY, JANET L.: Class Board 2: Orchesis 3,4: Baseball Pep Squad 3: Choir 4: Variety Show 2,3. MCCLURE, MAGGIE M.: Fal- cettes 2: Library Aide 1,2. MCCORY, PHYLLIS A.: Pep Club 2,3: French Club 3: Human Relations Club 3. MCDONALD, GAIL A.: Tri-M 4: Girls' Chorus 1: Girls' Glee 2,3: Choir 4: FNA 4: Office Guide 1. MCDONALD, RANDI K.: Fal- cettes 2,3,4, Colorguard 4: Girls' Leaders 3,4: Pep Club 3. MCFALL, DAN B.: Representa- tive Assembly 4: Intramurals 3,4. MCHALEY, CHARLES C.: NFL 1,2,3,4, Vice-Pres. 3, Pres. 4: Mu Alpha Theta 2,4: Individual Events 4: Debate 1,2,3,4: Variety Show 2. MCNAMARA, KATHY P.: Office Guide 1. MEADE, IRENE A.: Girls' Cho- rus 1: FHA 1,23 DO 4. MEADE, LORI L.: Student Coun- cil 2: Representative Assembly 3,4, Executive Board 2,3,4, Vice- this vigorous game of volleyball. Pres. 4: Girls' Leaders 3,4: GRA 1: Pep Club 1,2. MEHN, JANET K.: Quill and Scroll 3,4: SICC 2,3, Sec. 3: View- er Staff 33 Human Relations Club 2: Art Club 2,3,4: 4-semester Honor Pin. MEIER, SHARON J.: GRA 3: Pep Club 3: Baseball Pep Squad 3: French Club 1. MELLS, ROBIN: Class Board 1,2: Cheerleading 1,2,3, Capt. 2, Co- Capt. 3: Orchesis 4: Variety Show 2,4. MESSER, GLEN D.: Football 1,2. MEYER, DEBBIE LYNN: Wres- tling Pep Squad 3: Teachers' Aide Program 4: Transferred from DeKalb Senior High School. MEYER, NANCY K.: OO 4, His- torian 4. MIELKE, CONNIE F.: Orchesis 3,4: Twirler l,2,3: Ski Club 2: Variety Show 4. MILEWSKI, ROBERT L.: Boys' Leaders 3. MILLER, BRUCE: Transferred from Arcadia High School, Arca- dia, California. MILLER, RONALD A.: Football 2,3: Baseball 1,2,4: Intramurals 3,4. MILO, MARILYN J. MILZ, ELKE M.: SICC 1,2: DE 4: Transferred from Sacred Heart of Mary High School. MIRRO, MARIE: DO 4. MISKOVETZ, DIANE S.: Student Council 23 Class Board 1: Class Sec. 3: Representative Assembly 3,4, Sec. 4, Executive Board 43 Talon Staff 4: Viewer Staff 4: GRA 1,2: Choir 3: Pep Club l,2,3: Baseball Pep Squad 2,33 Office Guide 2: Russian Club 1,2,3, Sec. 2, Vice-Pres. 3: Variety Show 2. MITCHELL, JOAN S.: Pep Club 2,3: Gymnastics Pep Squad 3: FTA 3: FHA 3: Transferred from Sacred Heart of Mary High School. MITCHELL, RANDY: Gymnastics 1: Baseball 1: HERO 3,4. MOLINARI, ELLEN J.: Girls' Glee 2: Choir 1,3,4. MOLINARO, LARRY J.: Foot- ball 3,4: Lettermen's Club 4: Transferred from Niles North High School. MONROE, CAROL L.: Band 1, 2,3,4: FTA 3,4, Sec. 4. MORRISSEY, KAREN J.: Trans- ferred from Sacred Heart of Mary High School. MULLAN, JOYCE MARIE: Trans- ferred from Sacred Heart of Mary High School. MURKEN, LIZ: Student Coun- cil 1,3: Class Board 1,2: Girls' Leaders 3: French Club 1: Teach- ers' Aide Program 4: Horseback Riding Club 4. MURPHEY, EILEEN G.: Pep Club 1,2: Drama Club 1: Transferred from Sacred Heart of Mary High School. MURRAY, PATRICIA M.: NHS 3,4: NFL 2,3,4: Quill and scroll 3,4: Viewer Staff 3,4, Managing Editor 4: Fall Play 4: Winter Play 3: Stage Crew 2,3: Individual Events 2,3,4: Dance Club 3,45 4- semester Honor Pin. N NELSON, SANDRA A.: Choir 1,2,3,4. NEUMANN, DAVE W.: Cross Country 1: DO 4. NEURURER, BETTE S.: Pep Club 2,3,4: Wrestling Pep Squad 2,3,4: FTA 2: Ski Club 3,4: Variety Show 3. NEWMAN, SANDY L.: Pep Club 2: DO 4: Office Guide 1: Human Relations Club 2. N ICKLAS, DAVE A. NIEVES, PATRICIA DIANA: NHS Senior Summaries 211 Camera-shy Steve Gross hurried to sixth hour lunch. 212 Senior Summaries 'in gl 3,4: Class Board 1: Representative Assembly 2,3,4: Spanish Club 1: 4- semester Honor Pin. NOLAN, KATHLEEN ANN: GRA 1: DE 4: Office Guide 1: Human Relations Club l,2. NORBERG, RONALD J.: Quill and Scroll 3,4: Viewer Staff 3,4, Managing Editor 4: Football 1,2, 3,4: Basketball 1,2: Golf 1,2,3,4: Lettermen's Club 4: 4-semester Honor Pin. NOVAK, MARY A.: DE 4: Of- fice Guide 2. NOVAK, ROBERT J.: Baseball 1,2,3,4: Wrestling 3. O OBERHARDT, WILLIAM P.: NHS 3,4: Football 1,2,3,4: Basketball 1,2,3,4: Baseball 1,2,3,4: Letter- gen's Club 4: 4-semester Honor in. O'BRIEN, KATHRYN A.: Vari- ety Show 4: Transferred from Aquinas Dominican High School, Chicago. OCHOCKI, FRAN A.: GRA 2: Pep Club 2: Baseball Pep Squad 2. O'KEEFE, DENNY JAMES: Bas- ketball 1,2,3,4: Baseball 1,2,3,4. OLSON, KRISTINE I.: Quill and Scroll 3,4: Viewer Staff 3,4: HERO 4. ORESKOVICH, REX N .: Football 1,2,3,4: Wrestlingrl. O'ROURKE, KA HLEEN M.: NFL 3,4, Sec. 3: Quill and Scroll 3,4: Viewer Staff 3,4, Serious Feature Editor 4: Fall Play 3: Spring Musical 2,3: Individual Events 2,3: French Club 1. OROZCO, MARYANN T.: CWT 4. OTTO, RANETTE J.: GRA 1,2,4: Girls' Glee 1,2: Choir 3: Stage Crew 3,4: FTA 3: FHA l,2: Ger- man Club 2: Variety Show 2. OWSIANY, DIANE L.: Girls' Leaders 3,4: GRA' 3,4: Pep Club 3: Choir 3,4: French Club 1: Human Relations Club 1,2,3,4: Variety Show 1,2,3. P PALLAS, MARSHA L.: Pep Club 3,4: Baseball Pep Squad 3,4: Stage Crew 3: Office Guide 2,3,4. PALMER, JUDY: Student Coun- cil 1: Class Board 2: Class Sec- Treas. 2: Representative As- sembly 3: Viewer Staff 3: Cheer- leading 2,3,4, Capt. 4: Girls' Lead- ers 3,4: Choir 4: Human Relations Club 2,3: Fall Festival Court 4: Variety Show 2. PARMENTER, STEPHEN J.: Quill and Scroll 4: SICC 2,3, Chairman 2,3: Viewer Staff 3: Human Re- lations Club 3,4. PAROTTO, DEBBIE K.: Art Club 4. PARSONS, MELISSA A.: Quill and Scroll 3,4: Viewer Staff 3,4: Girls' Chorus 1. PATIENCE, SCOTT S.: Swim- ming 1,2,3,4, Capt. 3,4: Baseball 1: Lettermen's Club 1,2,3,4. PAZDRO, KAREN M.: Orchesis 3: Gymnastics Pep Squad 2: Ski Club 2,3,4: Variety Show 2. PERGANDER, JAMES P.: NHS 2,3,4: Class Board 1,2: Rep- resentative Assembly 3: Gymnas- tics 1,2,3,4: Boys' Leaders 3,4: Pep Club 2, Vice-Pres. 2: Spring Musical 2: 4-semester Honor Pin. PETELLE, GARY L.: Gymnas- tics 1,2: Tennis l,2. PETERS, MICHAEL C. PETERSEN, SUSAN E.: NHS 3,4: GRA 1,2: Stage Crew 2,3,4: Spring Musical 2,3: Variety Show 3. PETRAN, FRED M.: Footbal 1: Basketball 1. PHILIP, PAUL A.: CB Radi Club 3,4, Vice-Pres. 3, Pres. 4 Transferred from Lawrence Hig School, Chicago. PIERCE, BRUCE R.: Gymnas tics 2,3,4: Lettermen's Club 4 POMIAN, GEORGE F.: Cros Country 1: Wrestling 2,3,4, Mgr 2,3: Transferred from West Ley den High School. POTTER, DEBORAH L.: Girls Leaders 3,4: GRA 3,4: Swimming Pep Squad 4: Girls' Chorus 1 Girls, Glee 2: Choir 3,4: FHA 1 2: Variety Show 2. POTTER, PHYLLIS J.: Girls Leaders 3,4: GRA 2,4: Pep Clul l,2: Baseball Pep Squad 2: Cal endar Girl 3. POULSEN, CAROL A.: GR! 1: Human Relations Club 3: Variet Show 3: 4-semester Honor Pin POWELL, KATHLEEN D.: Quil and Scroll 3,4: Talon Staff 3 Viewer Staff 3,4: Cheerleading 1 Girls' Leaders 3,4: GRA 1,2,3 French Club 1: Variety Show 3,4 Script Chairman 4: Transferrec from Stow Jr. High School, Stow Ohio. POWERS, ANNE JEAN: NH: 2,3,4, Vice-Pres. 4: Talon Stal' 3,4, Copy Editor 4: Girls' Lead ers 3: GRA 1,2,3: Girls' Tenni 1,2,3: Pep Club 3: Tennis Pe Squad 3: Choir 4: Spanish Clu 2,3,4: 4-semester Honor Pin. POYER, CAROL A.: CWT4. PRIEHS, CHRISTINE L.: SICr 2: Biology Club 1. PROKOP, SHARON A.: Talo Staff 4: Pep Club 3: Gymnastic Pep Squad 3. PURCELL, KEVIN D.: SICC 31 Baseball 1: Soccer 1: Ski Clu 2: Transferred from Jesuit Hig School, Dallas, Texas. R RAY, DAVID E.: Class Board Class Pres. 3: Representative A sembly 1,2,3,4, Pres. 4: Baske ball 1,2: Baseball 1: Boys' Lea ers 3,4: Choir 2,3: Towne Crie 4. READ, LAURA L. READ, RODDY: Football 4: Wre tling 4: Track 3,4: Intramura 3,4: Lettermen's Club 4: Ski Clu 3,4: Transferred from Lane Te High School, Chicago. REDDY, BILL: DO 4. REDER, JEANNE M.: GRA 2,' Pep Club 2: Choir 1,2,3: Spri Musical 2: French Club 1: Germ Club 1,2,3, Vice-Pres. 3: Huma Relations Club 2: Ski Club Variety Show l,2. REITZ, JACK C.: Football 2,3,4, Capt. 4: Wrestling 1,2,1 Track 1,2,4. RETZER, PHIL E.: Ski Cl 1,2,3,4. RICHTER, MARY ANN: Falcett 1,2,3,4, Jr. Commander 3, Co mander 4: Pep Club 1: 4-semest Honor Pin. ROBBINS, JAMES E.: Tran ferred from Prospect High Scho ROBERTS, JAN: SICC 2, Viewer Staff 3,4: Pep Club Fall Play 2: Office Guide 1: Fren Club 1. ROBERTSON, WILLIAM L. NHS 3,4: Mu Alpha Theta 3, Vice-Pres. 4: Baseball 1: Bask ball 1,2,3,4: Boys' Leaders 3, Pres. 4: 4-semester Honor Pi ROGERS, KIM R.: Boys' Lea ers 3,4: AV Club 1,2,3. ROGERS, MARK S.: Gymn cs 1,2: Boys' Leaders 3,41 AV ub 1. OJEWSKI, KAREN M.: Fal- ttes 3,4: GRA: Girls! Glee 1,2: i Club 3,4: Transferred from elvyn Park High School. OSENSTEIN, SHERRY J.: GAA 2: Pep Squad 3: Girls' Chorus FBLA 2,3: Teachers' Aide Pro- am 1,2,3: Spanish Club 3: Trans- rred from Mather High School, hicago. OSS, LESLIE MARIA: Horse- ck Riding Club 4. OTHS, MARTIN C.: Wrestling , Boys' Leaders 3,4. UDNIK, LOUISE M. S - DRAKULA, LORRAINE: Talon aff 4: Viewer Staff 4: Falcettes : Pep Club 1,2,3: Baseball Pep uad 2,3, Capt. 3: Girls' Chorus : Choir 3,4: Human Relations lub 3,4: Variety Show 3. ARNI, KEVIN M.: Cross Coun- y 1,2,3,4: Gymnastics 1: Track 2,3,4: Lettermen's Club 2,3,4: lectronics Club 4. ASSER, KIM A.: Wrestling Pep quad 2: Ski Club 2,3: Calendar irl 3. AVAGE, DANIEL J.: Cross ountry 1: Football 3: Wrestling ,2,3: Ski Club 4. AWIN, JOANNE F.: Gymnas- cs Pep Squad 2: 4-semester onor Pin. CHEMAN, LOREN J.: Cross ountry 2. CHERKENBACH, JED J. : wimming 1. CHILLING, VICTORIA L.: Span- h Club 3: 4-semester Honor Pin. CHINKOETH, LEN J.: Foot- all 1,2,3,4: Basketball 1: Wres- ing 2,3,4: Baseball 1,2: Letter- en's Club 3,4, Vice-Pres. 4: ariety Show 4. CHLATTER, RONALD C.: View- r Staff 3,4, Head Reporter 4: uill and Scroll 3,4: Swimming : French Club 1: Ski Club 3,4. CHMANKE, ALAN P.: Cross ountry 3,4: Track 1,2,3: Intra- urals 3,4: Lettermen's Club 3,4: -semester Honor Pin. CHMID, STEVEN R.: NFL 4: u Alpha Theta 4: Fall Play 1: inter Play 2: Debate 4: German lub 2,3,4: Chess Club 2,3,4: Stamp nd Coin Club 2,3: 4-semester Ionor Pin. CHMIDT, GEORGE A.: Foot- all 1,3: Baseball 1,2,3,4: Intra- urals 3. CHMIDT, THOMAS D.: Mu Alpha heta 4: Basketball 1,2,3: Golf ,2,3,4: Lettermen's Club 3,4. CHMITT,GERI I.: CWA1,2. CHNEIDER, GAIL A.: Quill nd Scroll 3,4: Viewer Staff 3,4, dvertising Mgr. 4: GRA 1,2,3,4: ep Squad 2,3,4: Transferred from ast Leyden High School, Franklin ark. CHNEIDER, HOWARD P. CHOENBECK, DAVID E. : Track : Band 1,2,3: Transferred from est High School, Davenport, Iowa. CHONDER, JEFFREY A. CHULTZ, MICHAEL J.: Foot- all 1,2: DO 3,4. CHWEDA, FRANK: Football ,2,3,4: Wrestling 3: Track 2: oys' Leaders 3,4: Lettermen's lub 3,4. COTT, BOB: Football 1,2: Bas- etball 1. EBASTIAN, TERRY D. EICK, MARGARET A.: GAA : Ski Club 4: Transferred from acred Heart of Mary High School. SEITZ, MARTHA A.: Falcettes 2,3,4, Colorguard 3,4: Gymnastics Pep Squad 2,3,4: Spanish Club 3,4: Ski Club 3. SELKURT, SCOTT A. SEMAR, DENICE K. : Girls' Leaders 3: GRA 3: Gymnastics Pep Squad 3: German Club 3: Transferred from Lake Forest High School. SEPKE, MIKE J.: DE 3,4: Trans- ferred from St. Viator High School. SHANKEN, JOHN W. SHEARON, WILLIAM K. SHELLHORN, SALLIE A.: Stu- dent Council 1: Cheerleading 1: Band 3.4: Spring Musical 3,4: Ger- man Club 3: Variety Show 3: Trans- ferred from Mankato High School, Mankato, Minnesota. SIDWELL, PAMELA A. SIERS, CAROLE E.: Girls' Chorus 1: OO 4. SMIT, JOHN C. 1 Basketball 1,2,3,4. SNYDER, DONNA R. : Teach- ers' Aide Program 4: Transferred from Sacred Heart of Mary High School. STACK, CHARLES F.: Foot- ball 1,2: Wrestling 2. STEVENS, MARK A.: Gymnas- tics 1,2: Chess Club 2,3: Ski Club 1. STEWART, RICHARD J.: Bas- ketball 1: Baseball 1: Intramurals 3,4. STINEBAUGH, JULITA: Teach- ers' Aide Program 4: Transferred from Knoxville High School, Knoxville. S'1'OIBER,JOANN M.: HERO 4. STUEBE, JAMES J. SUCKOW, RUTH E.: GRA 1: Pep Club 1, SWEARINGEN, KEITH W. : Cross Country 2: Baseball 1: Intra- murals 3,4. SWENSON, SERI A. SWETMAN, RICK L. : Cross Country 2,3: Gymnastics 1,2,3,4: Boys' Leaders 3,4. SZOSTEK, LESTER L.: Gym- nastics 1,2,3,4: Tennis 1: Ski Club 4. T TAKAMOTO, ELLEN N.: NHS 2,3,4: Orchesis 2,3,4: Dance Club 3: Variety Show 2,3,4: 4-semes- ter Honor Pin. TALBOT, JOHN T.: Football 1,2,3: Swimming 1,2: Track 1: Intramurals l,2,3,4: Lettermen's Club 1,2: Fall Play 2: French Club 1,2: Stamp and Coin Club 3: Biology Club 3,4: Ski Club 3,4. THOMAN, TIMOTHY T.: Rus- sian Club 3: Chess Club 1,2,3, Pres. 3. TOLF, GAYLE A.: NHS 2,3,4: Mu Alpha Theta 4, Treas. 4: Talon Staff 4: Girls' Leaders 3,4: GRA 2,3,4: FTA 2,3,4: Spanish Club 1,2,3,4: Variety Show 2: 4-se- mester Honor Pin. TOMITA, LORI L.: Talon Staff 4: Office Guide 2. TOSBY, DONALD S.: Gymnas- tics 1,2,3: Swimming 4: Letter- men's Club 4. TOSCH, SANDI G.: Tri-M 2,3,4: Class Board 2: Cheerleading 1,3: GRA 2,3,4: Pep Club 1,2: Gym- nastics Pep Squad 2: Vocales 3,4: Towne Criers 3,4: Variety Show 2,3,4. TRAUB, RANDY C.: Football 1,2,3,4: Wrestling 1,2,3,4, Co- Capt. 4: Baseball 1,2,4: Fall Festival Escort 4. TRENTER, MARILYN C.: NHS 3,4: Quill and Scroll 3,41 Viewer Staff 3,4: GRA 2: Human Relations Gail McDonald dabbled in the art of cooking. Senior Summaries 213 BDS'P6'4-'-1' Club 35 4-semester Honor Pin. TRITLE, PATRICK E.: Gymnas- tics l5 DO 1,2. TROUTMAN, LESLIE L.: NHS 2, 3,45 Tri-M 2,3,45 Quill and Scroll 3,45 Talon Staff 3,45 Editor-in- Chief 45 Girls' Leaders 3,45 GRA 1,2,35 Pep Club 3,4, Governing Board 45 Wrestling Pep Squad 2, 3,45 Capt. 45 Girls' Chorus 15 Choir 2,3,45 French Club 1,2,3,4, Vice-Pres. 3, Pres. 45 Human Re- lations Club 35 4-semester Honor in. TURCOTTE, JEAN L. : Rep- resentative Assembly 35 Class Board 2,35 Orchesis 25 Pep Club 15 Choir 45 Human Relations Club 15 Variety Show 2. TWEED, BILL D.: 4-semester Honor Pin. U UPPLING, RICHARD K.: HERO 4: French Club I5 Tropical Fish Club 2, Vice-Pres. 25 4-semester Honor Pin. - URBAN, KAREN J.: Falcettes 1,2,3,45 Pep Club 15 Ski Club 4. V VALENTINO, VAL A.: Football 1,2,3,45 Basketball 1,25 Baseball 1,2,3,45 Boys' Leaders 34. . VANDENBOOM, ANN . : Girls' Chorus 15 Girls' Glee 25 Vocales 158' 'U .I Am 196410. M413 ,Eg-new42eve 7415 77016 LUG 579001 MWZSQPQ f6'E6v977 'Bev jam I MV6 A Gvapp Time. mls aw'-Mk we Tomi- VP To cAnfPF1Ee 3,45 Towne Criers 3,45 Spring Musical 2,35 Dance Club 35 Variety Show 3,45 Transferred from Kim- berly High School, Wisconsin. VERCELLI, DOLORES: Class Board 1,25 Viewer Staff 3,45 Girls' Leaders 3,4. VESELING, JOHN P.: DE 4. VIRTA, DONALD N. : Cross Country 2. VOSMIK, KATHI J.: Class Board 1,2500 45 Pres. 4. W WALDEN, GARY T.: Wrestling 1. WALDRON, PATRICIA ANN : Baseball Pep Squad 2,3,45 Stage Crew 2,35 FTA 15 French Club 15 Library Aide 1,25 Human Re- lations Club 2. WALL, JANICE C.: NHS 3,45 Falcettes 3,4, Colorguard 45 GRA 1,25 Pep Club 1,2,35 Baseball Pep Squad 2,35 4-semester Honor Pin. WATERS, CHRISTOPHER R. : Transferred from Maine West High School, Des Plaines. WATKINS, JOYCE ELIZABETH : Stage Crew 35 Ski Club 35 Trans- ferred from Louisville, Kentucky. WATSON, DOUGLAS T.: Gym- nastics 1,2,35 Boys' Leaders 3,45 Electronics Club 4, Vice-Pres. 4. WAYMAN, LESLIE M. : AV Club 1. WEBER, DAWN L.: Stage Crew 45 Transferred from Carl Schurz of hers. In loving memory of Barbara J. Posinger of the Class of 1971. . .She has left many close friends at Forest View. A dance enthusiast, she experienced joy as a member of Orchesis. Barbara loved life with an always open heart, and the happiness she brought will never be forgotten. Whenever Barbara met some- one without a smile, she gave them one High School, Chicago. WEGNER, JOHN S. : Student Council 15 Gymnastics 15 Choir 1,2,3,45 Towne Criers 3,45 Fall Play 35 Winter Play 35 Spring Musical 2,35 Art Club 1,25 Variety Show 3,4, Director 4. WELLS, DEBI A.: GAA: Pep Club l,2,35 Girls' Chorus 1,2,3,45 Triton Central Singers 35 Band 15 Drama Club 1,2,35 FHA I5 French Club 35 Latin Club l,2,3: Sunshine Society l,2,35 Transferred from Triton Central High School, Fair- land, Indiana. WIDMARK, RICHARD K.: Talon Staff Photographer 1,2,3,45 Viewer Staff Photographer 1,2,3,45 AV Club 1,2,3,45 CB Radio Club 1,2. WIEBE, CHRIS D. : Football 1,2,35 Wrestling 1,2,35 CWT 4. WILDER, ROXANNE J.: Debate 1,25 Stamp and Coin Club 2,3. WILLERT, ALAN K. : Nl-IS 3,45 Basketball 1,2,35 Golf 1,2,3,45 4-semester Honor Pin. WILLES, MAGGIE M. : Fal- cettes 45 Girls' Leaders 3,45 GRA 2,3,45 Pep Club 2,35 Wrestling Pep Squad 2,3,45 Spanish Club 2,35 Ski Club 3,45 Variety Show 2. WILLIS, WAYNE R. : Gymnas- tics 1. WINN, CINDY L.: FHA 15 Office Guide 2,3. WITTENBERG, JO 2 Student Coun- cil 2,35 Drill Team 35 GRA 2,35 Choir 2,35 Spring Musical 2,35 In Aflemariam Transferred from Granade Hill High School, California. WOODWORTH, RUTH A.: HER 4. WYBEST, JILL A.: Class Boar 1,25 Class Sec.-Treas. 15 Chee leading 2,3,4, Capt. 3, Co-Cap 2,4. Girls' Leaders 3,45 GRA 2,35 Pep Club I5 Ski Club l,2,3 Fall Festival Court 45 Christma Ball Attendant 25 Calendar Gi 35 Variety Show 2,35 4-semeste Honor Pin. Y YODER, DONNA J.: Girls' Lea ers 3,45 GRA 25 Girls' Badminto 2,35 Pep Club 25 Transferred fro Allen Jr. High School, Shireman town, Pennsylvania. YOUNG, KAREN M.: NHS 3,4 Student Council 15 Class Boar 25 Representative Assembly 3 Cheerleading 2,3,45 Girls' Lea ers 3,45 GRA l,2,35 French Club 25 Variety Show 35 4-semeste Honor Pin. Z ZARBROOK, NANCY ANN: D 45 Library Aide 2. ZEIVEL, DANIEL D. : Gym nastics 1. ZIMMER, KRISTIE L.: Girls Chorus 15 Choir 2,3,4. avec 2044 7276 WMA- we crusv- S47'AAJ2J iw Arans- weweee awe- F20 09 45126 A 1- M THQ- Sue .77 Sufi- --f cam. Eewve-msec wrledtt we-r WY Heat 141' T96 M4491 gp uo1':r24. Ee-wmub You! Whbd W6- wop wiser 1' cos? MY HEAB GH Bib I 5744042700 29. ma, new 'Boi ggieuroil 'rum' was Qooe. up we-azfue-an 1 was A st-.Mr .ref 007' w"""'6' Q mb?-cob ev Q.: NP-'KT 9912. ediimn 4U6'7'MH A944 WHS ' 1 0 'P . f 2.9 vi - l P 1, 1. 'L 'Q 0 1 Gi' fl Il u x. I x w .av 5 - 'E X' - " "M y , v -if"-QFD J "1 5152" AM" 3534- U 1 ' f ,.iE4,QAi-lB-'I y , Q., 1 ,ov qi5i1m' ' . 3 Biff5'aas'f!:-QQ! Vg? . ri' -1 Q. '--' ' w xffah A 3 "ia 5 4 vf A Abate, Tom 111.1711 151 Abbott. David K. 1711 80,117,151 Abbott, Maryann 1741 87,96,19l Abernethy, Alice J, 1741 90,106,191 Abraham,Mary M. 1711 151 Abraham,Nancy1721 179 Abruzino, Mark R. 1731 118,142,181 Abruzino, Sandra 1711 100,151 Acknowledgements 224 Adamczyk, Dawn M. 1711 151 Adamczyk, Rose 1741 191 Adams. Susan 1741 90,191 Addison, Susan M. 1731 181 Adinolfi. Karen 1711 151 Administration 20 Agger,Joy A. 1721 89,145,171 Agger, Jo nJ. 1711 61,97,114,135.151 Agger, Pamela J, 1741 90,91,106,191 Ahlgren, Norman R. 1731 181 Ahr,Alan1741 118,191 Ahrens, Debbie A. 1711 151 Ahrens, Linda M. 1721 104,107.143,17l Albert, Liane R. 1741 191 Alderfer,James1731 181 Aldrich, Diane Lea 1721 93,104,171 Aletto, Paula Ann 1731 181 Alexander, Mr. Robert A. 39 Alfrejd, Mark R. 1741 191 Allen, Debra M. 1721 104,171 Allen, Diane M. 1741 191 Allen, James L, 1731 189 Allen, Jeanne P. 1731 181 Allen, Stephen W. 1721 171 Allen, Susan K. 1741 86,191 Allison, Nancy1731 90,181 Alm, Laurie Jean 1711 61,151,210 Almgreen, Steven P. 1721 88,171 Au-ed. Karen E. 1741 111,l31,143,19l Altamore, Joanne 1741 191 Altenburg, Robin 1731 111,129,181 Altergott, James P. 1741 119,191 Alvino, Patricia M. 1731 181 Ambrosi, Enrico R, 1731 181 Amendo1a,Ji11M, 1731 108,111,181 Amerlan, Rick D. 1731 181 Aminadaly, Oma 1741 95,110,191 Anders, ean 1741 191 Andersen, Craig 1711 101,151 Andersen, Susan 1711 151 Anderson, Carole R. 1741 191 Anderson, Catherine 1711 78,115,151 Anderson, Curtis B. 1731 181 Anderson, David M. 1741 125,191 Anderson, John D. 1741 191 Anderson, Karen 1721 171 Anderson,K,aren1721 151 Anderson, Kurt A. 1731 98,181 Anderson, Miss Kathryn J. 28 Anderson, Linnea A. 1721 88,89,107,132,171 Anderson, Marguerite 1731 90,131,181 Anderson, Patty S. 1721 104,107,171 Anderson, Robert F. 1741 191 Anderson, Steve R. 1721 137.171 Anderson, Steven P. 1741 191 Anderson, Steven Wm. 1741 191 Anderson, Thomas E. 1731 181 Andreoni, Guy E. 1741 119,191 Andrews,JoelD, 1741 191 Andronaco, Chris J. 1741 119,191 Andry. Robert L. 1711 169 Andrzejewski, John 1721 103,171 Antonelli, Demonic 1731 181 Antonelli,Tonil741 191 Appleton, John R. 1741 121,191 Apt, Charlotte M. 1731 189 Apt, Melissa 1731 181 Anenberg, Kathleen 1741 90,108,191 Arko, Janet M. 1741 90,96,137,191 Arko, Robert J. 1731 181 Armstrong, Mrs. Judith 32 Amemann, Gary R. 1731 181 Amemann, Scott 1711 102,151 Ameson, Mr. Ken 39,122 Amold,Jan1741 191 Amold, William R. 1741 119,191 Amt, Christine 1741 191 An Club Art Department 22 Arthur Robert 1731 181 Arthur, Stephen 1721 80,171 Askew, Mr. Allen 44 Auckerman. Mr. Gordon 36,132 Audette, John 1741 119,191 Audio-Visual Club 81 Austin, Mr. Richard 35,71,116 B Babl, Mr. Alan 31,97 Babris, Mr. Peter J, 28 Bachier, Mr. Walter 28,2994 Badino, Daniela 1741 191 Badour, Alan D. 1711 151 Bagstrom, Melody Lee 1721 179 Baiardo, Joseph A. 1741 191 Bailey, Becky 1731 90,93,181 Bailey, Mark A. 1721 114,132,171 Bailiy, Gordon 1721 179 Bal win, Sheryl A. 1741 97,191 Ballantine, Steven 1711 151 Ballotti, Dean M. 1721 106,136,137,17l Ballotti, Jill M. 1741 94,96,106,10B,19l Balmes, Barbara A. 1721 171 Balmes, Mary C. 1731 110,181 Balogh, Steven F. 1731 121,137,181 216 Talon Index Talon Index Ban, Donald 1721 171 Band 86 Banik,RussellJ.1731 181 Bargslield, Edward 1711 36,1l4.122,140,142 Bansfield, Kristine 1741 109,144,191 Barancyk, Elaine 1731 189 Barancyk. PaulJ. 1711 169 Barango, Mary C. 1741 106,111,191 Barango, Thomas J. 1721 102,171 Barbey. Kathy 1731 110,181 Bare. Jeffrey A. 1741 191 Barnett, Allan R. 1731 86,97,l81 Barnett, Bruce D. 1731 96,189 Barnett, Michael L. 1731 181 Barnett, Phvllis I. 1741 191 Barnett, William E. 1731 189 Baron. Ray D. 1721 101,171 Barone, Robert G., Jr. 1731 121,181 Barret. Diane 1741 201 Barrett, Mr. Donald 24 Barrie, Debbie A.1711 111.151 Barth, Sharon J. 1741 191 Baseball 140 Basketball 122 Basnik, Nancy J. 1741 86,517,191 Basnik, Susan 1731 111,181 Bass, Gaylan W. 1711 79,130,151 Bastounes, Cynthia 1741 191 Bates, BillH. 1721 114,l20,137.l7l Bates, Cathy M. 1721 101,171 Bauer, George A. 1711 53,105,114.115,1l6, 122,140,151 Bauer, Jeffrey R. 1731 181 Bauer, Paul A. 1741 191 Bauer, Peter A. 1741 191 Bzitggh, Lisa Annette 1721 79,80,87,94,lll, Baumann, Rodney 1711 101,151 Baumgart, Janice 1711 90,151 Bayles, Mr. Eric 81 Bayne, Beth 1711 169 Bayne, Roger D. 1711 103,151 Beach, Dennis A. 1741 119,128,191 Beach, Kenneth 1731 121,137,181 Bears'Faculty Basketball Game 70 Becharas, Karen L. 1721 131,171 Becker, Joseph F. 1731 189 Becker,Joy Ann 1741 111,191 Beckman, Kimberly 1731 181 Beckman, Mr. William 35 Beckmann, Richard 1731 98,181 Beckmann, Robert 1731 98,181 Beckmen,Kimber1y1721 189 Beebe, Jeff Scott 1721 62,84,106,171,177 Beherns, Thomas 1731 87,128 Bell, Dan Gino C711 151 Bell, Lynn 1741 191 Bell, Peggy Jo 1731 90,91,120,l35,181 Bell,Vicki1741 191 Belpedio, Leonard 1741 191 Belz, Stephen 1741 191 Bender, Robin R. 1711 73,l04,107,143,151 Bender. ScottR. 1741 119,191 Benhart, Gary A. 1741 191 Benhart, Joanne 1711 100,151 Benjamin, Denise L, 1721 171 Bennan, Dan 1731 181 Bennett, Mrs. Marcia 32 Bentsen, Caron N. 1741 86,97,l9l Berberick, Mark 1711 105,151 Berg, Catherine A. 1731 181 Berg, Hollis J, 1741 191 Berg, Jack S. 1741 191 Bergadon, Robert N. 1721 80,87.122.17l Bergquist, Nancy L. 1741 191 Berkholtz, Cynthia 1711 151 Bernard, Michael H. 1741 118,125,191 Berra, Cathy L. 1731 131,142,181 Berra, Louise 1711 83,114,151 Berrier, Mr, Galing 39 Berry, Beverly Sue 1721 171 Best, Judy A. 1721 171 Best, Sue A.1721 171 Betchner, Phillip J. 1741 191 Betten, Joseph Scott 1741 191 Betterman, Janice L. 1741 86,98,143,19l Betterman, Kathy 1711 76,77,78,79,80,82, 88,129,151 Bettis, Gregory D. 1731 181 Bettman, Linda S. 1711 151 BettS.Willetta1711 151 Biancalana, Denise 1741 90,191 Bianco, Michael 1741 128,191 Bicego, George 1741 119,128,191 Biggs, Carol 1731 181 Biletta,Mary1731 181 Bilhuber, Ronald 1741 191 Bindon, Bruce C. 1741 191 Binkley. Kathy I. 1741 191 Biology Club 98 Birt,JelfL.1731 97,181 Bishop, RobertJ. 1711 151 Bishop,Rnger1731 189 Bittler, Robert R. 1711 36,54,63,77,I5l Bjerkness, Barbara 1731 108,111,181 Bjork, PaulS. 1731 181 Black, Cynthia Ann 1731 181 Black, James 1731 118,l30,137,181 Black, Susan E. 1741 96,191 Black, Susan M. 1711 28,151 Black, William W. 1711 103,137,152 Blackmore, Sue Ann 1741 106,191 Blackmore, William 1731 118 Blake, David 1731 118,181 Blake, Karen A. 1731 181 Blake, Steven F, 1721 116,171 Blaker, Kathleen M. 1711 152 Blaker, Therese L. 1731 181 Blanchard, Richard 1741 119,191 Blane, Nancy L. 1711 89.91.152 Blasucci. Mr. John 27 Bleck. James A, 1731 181 Blew. Mrs. Sherry 24 Bloomquist, Bruce 1741 119,191 Bode, Micl1aelE. 1731 181 Boehmer, Joanne M. 1731 181 BoeLke. Ross D. 1711 152 Boelke. Sandra 1721 97,104,171 Boesch, Barb 1741 191 Bogan, Mrs, Marylyn 27 Bogard, Linda Sue 1741 86,191 Boggs, Donna 169 Bohac, Donald J, 1731 118,128.l81 Bohac. Frank J. 1721 106,ll7,l34.171 Boksa. Ron 1731 181 Bolanos. Susan R, 1721 76,79,89,104,l07,171 Boles, Mindy Lou 1731 97,111,131.142.18l. 189 Bongirno, Barbara A. 1721 104,171 Boni,DanielL, 1721 114.116.131.l7l Boni, Loretta Jean 1741 131,191 Bonk, Loretta V. 1721 91,120,171 Bonk, Lorraine M. 1721 91,l20.135,171 Bonnem, Brian P. 1711 98,116,152 Bonura, Sandra 1741 191 Bonura, Victoria 1731 181 Booth. Marcia A. 1721 83,104,171 Boren, Debra L. 1711 152 Boren, Sharon 1741 191 Borgardt, Dave 1721 117,137,171 Borgardt. Debbie 1711 152 Borgardt, Jill D. 1721 171,188 Bork, Edward 1711 152 Bork, Pam I, 1731 181 Borland, Daniel C, 1741 119,191 Bornman, Mr. Bud 35,117,122 Borowski, Mary 169 Borscha, Cathy Ann 1741 191 Borsch. Katie 96,l06,108,l91 Bosch, Phil 96,181 Bosel, Alan1731 181 Boss. Diane Lee 1731 181 Bouchez, Denise A. 1731 181 Boven, Donna A. 1711 100,152 Bowe, Mark E. 1711 126,127,152 Bowen, Eileen 201 Bowens, Kevin J. 1731 181 Bowersox, Bonnie 1731 181 Bowersox, Pamela M. 1721 91,135,171 Bowker, David M. 1721 140,171 Bowles, Barbara K. 1731 181 Bowles, Donald D. 1731 189 Bowling, Diana L. 1741 90,98,191 Boyles, Helen Jane 1731 80.94.110,181 Boys' Intramurals 146 Brady, Vicki Ann 1741 191 Brainard, James M. 1741 191 Brainard, Joseph 1711 169 Braiske, Janice 1711 B9,92,l52 Braiske, Judy A, 1721 103,171 Braiske, Mark R. 1741 191 Brandt, Judy L, 1721 92,171 Brankin, John J. 1731 181 Braun, Michael J. 1721 171 Breidinger. Kirk M. 1721 140.171 Brennan. Donald 1741 191 Bresemann, Mary T. 1731 90,181 Bresnahan, Scott V. 1731 181 Briggs. Jane E. 1741 111,191 Brightwell, DanielJ, 1731 96,118,142.189 Bringe, Mrs. Erna 24 Brinkman, Beverly A. 1721 87,104,111.17l Brinkman, Craig C, 1741 118,125,191 Brinkman, Lynne 1711 93,152 Brinton, Steven 1731 118,181 Bristow, Ryland 181 Brocar, Katherine A. 1731 181 Brocar, Virginia 1711 100,152 Broderick, James J, 1711 103.152 Broeske, Diane L. 1711 103,152 Broeske, Martin 98,169 Brokamp, Lenore A. 1741 191 Broman, Barbara B. 1741 86,191 Bmmley, Debbie Ann 1731 181 Brom1ey,Susan G. 1741 90,191 Brooks. Mrs. Georgia 25,102,103 Brown, Cynthia S. 1741 90,108,191 Brown, Mr. David 39,121,137 Bmwn.Julie1731 181 Brown. Patricia 1731 181 Bmwn, Paula L. 1731 181 Brown. RobertScott1711 103,152 Browne, Charles 1721 106,114,117,17l Bmwne. Frances 1711 169 Bryan, Diane 1731 181 Bryant, Leslie L. 1731 90,132,181 Bublitz, Catherine 1711 102,152 Bublitz, Gregory A, 1731 124,142,181 Buchek, Linda 1721 104,171 Buchek, Mark Alan 1741 119,125,191 Buchheit. Mr. David 36,99 Buckholz, Kirk D. 1711 1l4,131,138,l39,152 209 Buckley. Debra M. 1741 102,191 Buhrke, Patrick Wm. 1731 181 Buikema, Todd Alan 1741 119,191 Bulman, John l-l. 1741 191 Burbank, James1711 152 Btlrke, James G. 1731 11B,122,l42,181 Burmeister. John 1721 106,117,179 Burneson, John D. 1711 98,152 Btuneson, William 1731 117,181 Burns, Maribeth 1741 191 Burroughs. Linda 1711 152 Burton, Beverly B. 1741 191 Busch, Darcy Lyn 1741 90,192 Busch, Debby Lee 1741 86,911,192 Busch, Susan D. 1721 79.118.89.171 Busch. Tom 1711 169 Buschart, W, David 1711 53,77,88.89,l50. 152 Business Education Department 24 Busse. MichaelJ. 1731 98,181 Button, Mark Thomas 1741 121,192 Butzen, Kenneth 1741 192 Buyers, John Wm. 1741 130,192 Buyers. Robert M. 1721 171 Byrd. Susan M. 1731 90,132,181 Byrne, Barbara Ann 1741 192 Byrne, Ellen F. 1721 179 Byrne,Timothy 1711 80,152 Byrnes, Ellen S, 1731 181 Byrnes.Mary17l1 101,152 C Cabrera, Robert 1741 128,192 Cacioppo, Catherine 1731 181 Caddy, Maryann C. 1721 171 Cadle, Mrs. Margaret 27 Cahill, Teresa A. 1711 73,152 Calabrese, Cathy M. 1721 97,171 Calabrese, Michael S. 1741 86,192 Calabrese, Vanessa 1731 97,181 Cale. Linda M. 1741 97,120,129.192 Cale, Mike M.1711 152 Caleva. Peggy A. 1721 104.171 Caliendo, Josephine 1731 181 Callahan. David O. 1741 192 Caltagirone, Robert 1721 126,l29.l40,171 Camargo,Thomas1741 192 Camp. Debbie Lynn 1741 192 Campbell, Donald 1731 181 Campbell, James F. 1741 171 Campbell, Jean M. 1721 119,134,192 Campbell, Richard A. 1731 94.99.181 Campbell, William E. 1711 152 Campbell, William N, 1721 122,171 Campo. Guy D. 1741 118.192 Campopiano. Kathleen 1741 192 Canales. Marie L. 1731 181 Canter. Michael 169 Cantwell, Kevin B. 1731 137,181 Cantwell, Mary K.1731 181 Cantwell, Peter 1711 169 Capizzano, Bill 1741 119,192 Capone. Cindy L. 1721 98,171 Caravello, Michael 1731 118,128,181 Carcerano, Fran M. 1721 104,171 Cardwell, Steve 1721 171 Carey. Mr. Richard 27.78,B4.85 Cargile. Thomas L. 1711 152 Carlson. Bradley D. 1711 61,105,169 Carlson, La Vinda L. 1741 192 Carpenter, Sandra D. 1741 192 Carroll, Frances 1721 79.B0,87.171 Carroll,Maureen1741 192 Carter. Barb J. 1741 192 Caruso. Jill Ami 1721 171 Carwardine. Robert 1731 181 Casale, RusselJ, 1711 169 Casey. Peter Martin 1741 77,87.128,190. 192 Cashin,PatM.1721 98,171 Casper, Carol A. 1721 88,97,l7l Cassldy,John1721 171 Cating, Ginger Ann 1741 90.192 Catlin. Mark S, 1721 171 Caulfield. Christine 1721 78,80,91,129,17l Cavanaugh, Barbara 1741 108,143,192 Cerami, Margaret 1721 103 Ceraulo, Peter M. 1731 118,128.142,181 Cerniglia, Lisa A. 1741 90,129,192 Cerny, David E. 1741 125,192 Cerrone, Dina M. 1741 192 Champagne, Mr. Maurice 27 Cheatham. Mr. Ed 38.39.ll9,130 Cheerleaders 144 Cheloni, Laura P. 1741 192 Chesney, Donna 1711 101,152 Chesney, Gary R. 1731 l30,142.181 Chess Club 99 Chilton, Bill D. 1721 134,171 Chilver, Mark J. 1721 106,140,171 Choice, Nancy 1721 110,111,171 Choice, Patricia B. 1741 90,106,192 Chomiak, George 1731 181 ChoraIGroups 88 Christensen, Mr. Richard 25,101 Christine, Dave 1711 87.152 Christmas Ball 60 Christmas, Carol A. 1741 76 Christmas, Mary L, 1731 93,181 Christmas Week 58 Christolfel, Ron 1711 169 Christofiel, Todd F. 1741 192 Christopher, Richard 1711 126.152 Christopher. Thomas 1731 181 Chum. James M. 1741 192 Chum. Julie J. 1711 100,152 Cimo, David P. 1731 86,97,181 Cimo, Frank James 1721 171 Cipriani, Nancy 1741 96,106,192 Cipriano, Mr. Raymond 39,142 Cirincione, Alan 1711 152 Cirincione, GailM. 1731 189 Closing 202 Clark, Debbie A. 1731 181 Clarke, Kevin John 1721 84,137,171 Claxton, Carolyn S. 1741 192 Clemmons, Corinne M. 1721 103,179 Cleveland. Joan E. 1721 110,171 Cochenour. Paul B. 1731 86,181 Cole, Nancy L. 1721 89,171 Collins, Catherine 1721 171 up Ski Club The Snow god says No more? 1 Cutchin. Kathleen J. 1741 192 Cuttle. Robert A. 1721 101,137,171 Cvikota, Thomas D. 1711 98,153 Czarnecki. Steven 1741 119 D Dad-Daughter Volleyball Night 72 Daggett, Julie A. 1721 171 Daggett, Lisa 1741 192 Dahl. .lon E. 1711 80,87,153 Dahl. Laurie A. 1711 153 Dahlgren, Charlotte 1711 169 Dahlke, Fred1731 189 Dahlke. Sandra L. 1731 108,181,189 Dahlquist, Craig 1741 128,192 Dahlquist, Dan G. 1721 89,137,171 Dahlquist, Delores 1711 87,89,153 Dahlquist, Kay E. 1721 132,171 Dahlquist, Susan B. 1741 192 Dahlstrom, Diane 1741 131,135,192 Dahlstrom, Douglas 1711 153 Daich,Judith Robyn 1721 88,171 Dailidas, Julie Ann 1741 Dalicandro, Miss Diann 35 Daly, Kevin R. 1731 181 Damhauser, Chuck J. 1711 153 Damhauser, Michael R, 1731 181 Dance Club 91 Dancy, Pamela J. 1721 171 Daniels. Jan M. 1741 192 Dapper, Robert F. 1741 88,192 Da er Thomas F,1711 22154 PP - 1 Dargo. Leslie V. 1721 80,97,98,l04,138,143, 171 Davidson, Bradley M. 1741 125,192 Davidson. Kimberly 1741 192 Davidson, Wesley 1721 103,179 Davies. Jim R. 1731 132,181 Davis, John T. 1731 181 Davisson, Dan 1741 192 Dearing, Connie Kay 1741 192 De Berry, Diane 1711 87,92,154 Decker, Jody Lynn 1711 103,169 Dedina,Joseph F. III. 1711 101,154 Deiter. Susan M. 1741 192 Dejonge. Robert 1741 119,192 Deland, Robert 111 1731 181 Delaney, Michael P. 1721 103,126 Delaney, Terri 1741 192.201 De Laura, Barbara 1731 181 Delgadillo, Mary 1731 181 Delise,Daniel1711 154 DeMares. Deanna M. 1741 76,131,192 Dempsey, Jane M. 1731 181 Dendor, Elizabeth A. 1731 92,181 Denlinger, Mrs. Carol 32 Denney, Mark E. 1721 89,98,171.177 Deno, Steven M. 1721 88,171 Derezotes, Paul 1711 78,154 Derwin, Alan L. 1731 181 Desch, Dale D. 1741 94,192 Desch. Donna 1721 94.172 Dettloff. Roy J. 1741 86,119,192 Dewey, Martin1741 201 Dewey, Reed W. 1721 172 Dews, Carolyn Marie 1721 94,517,172 Dews. Pamela Jean 1731 90,97,131,181 Dhein. Donna J, 1731 181 Dhein. Trish Anne 1741 192 Dian, Rebecca L. 1721 98,172 Dibble, Donnis1711 89 Di Cara. Guy 1711 88,154 Dick, Janet Lynn 1721 93,104,172 Dick, Mark Wm. 1731 118,142,181 Dickinson. Gerald A. 1741 154 Dickinson, Pamela L. 1711 30,192 Di Cosola, Fred M. 1741 87,192 Dicks, George 1731 133,181 Didier,Stephen B. 1741 192,154 Diduch, Steven G. 1721 172 Di Flavio, Deborah 1711 39,62.92,l54 DiGregor, Ralgh J. 1711 111,154 Dinkel,Debora A. 1711 154 Dinkle, Colleen M. 1741 109,192 Dinkle, Edmund Andre 1741 86,192 Dinkle, Karen Sue 1711 154 Dinkle, RobertM. 1731 181 Dinkelkamp, Peggy 1741 192 Di Pietropaolo, Debra 1731 181 Di Vall, Jeanne R. 1731 93,181 DiVito, Donald A. 1721 116,172 Dix, Noreen E. 1741 192 Doan,G.Diane1741 192 Dobbins, Linda R, 1711 154 Dodds. Karen Ann 1741 76,192 Doering, Richard 1731 139,181 Doherty, Kathy 1731 181 Doherty, Linda M. 1741 91,192 Dolan, Dan Earl 1721 179 Dolan. Kathleen 1711 52.53,92.154 Dolan. Ruth T. 1711 100,154 Dolan, Sandra Lynn 1741 109,131,192 Dolleslager, Vicki 1721 172 Dolphin, Steven C. 1731 l16.126,l42,l81 Dolsen, Jack F. 1721 103 Dolven, Cindy 1731 90.97,181 Domek, Jerome J. 1721 172 Domenico, Deborah 1721 83,129,172 Dominick, Sue M. 1741 192 Donavon, Colleen M. 1721 57,107,172 Donehey. Margaret E. 1721 172 Dunlon, Jean T. 1711 97,111,154 Donlon. Tom M. 1741 119,192 Donoho, Mr. Douglas 44 Donovan, Kerry A. 1731 57,90.93.181 Donovan, Mark 1711 154 Dorn, Randal R. 1721 140,172 Dotson, Daniel 1741 192 Douglas, Beverly J. 1711 93,104,154 Douglas, Gary A. 1711 88.89,154 Douglas,John H. 1741 118,125,192 Douglas, Pamela V. 1711 154 Douglas, Terry S. 1741 89,192 Doup, Randall M. 1741 192 Dowell, Mr. Russell 32,118 Doyle. Carol Ann 1741 91,97,106,192 Doyle Doyle Doyle, Doyle, Doyle, Doyle, , Dolores M. 1741 110,193 James A. 1741 102,193 Jeanne 1721 97,172,179 Mr. John 23 Mary 1711 33,78,80.97,154 Thomas 1711 154 Drajus,Susanne1731 181 Dratt, Gayle Edna 1731 181 Dreischarf, Mrs. Charlotte 42 Dre1icharz,Terese 1741 193 Drewes, Donald 1711 101,154 Drews, Pamela K. 1721 79,88,91,97,129,172 Drews, Richard E. 1741 86,193,197 D1-ian, she11y1121 179 Dmbish, Donna D. 1731 111,181 Dubowski, Joseph 1741 193 Dubs, Frederick 1721 106,172 Duck. Linda M. 1731 181 Dul, Dale M. 1741 119,125,193 Dul, Mike L. 1711 102,155 Dunphey, Gerald J. 1741 193 Dunphey,Janice M. 1721 172 Dunsing, Fred 1741 193 Durham, Mark R. 1731 181 Durham, Paul E. 1741 193 Durso, James E. 1741 193 Durso, Salvatore 1741 121,193 Dwyer, David S. 1721 78,80,97,172 Dwyer, Wendy Ann 1731 97,181 Dynek, Bob J. 1731 181 Dyon, Michael K. 1741 118,125,193 Dziem, Andrea M. 1741 131,198 E Eaker,GailL.1721 97,172 Eberhard, Stephen J. 1721 172 Eberly, Lugene E. 1731 25,181 Eckel, Lawrence K. 1731 181,189 Eckert, Donna L. 1711 100,155 Edelman, NancyJ. 1721 172 Edgren, Karen A. 1721 172 Edgren,PaulJ.1721 172 Egan, Kathleen M. 1721 88,172 Egan, Martin J. 1731 142,181 Egesdal, Steven M. 1741 119,126,129,193 Eggers, Candace L. 1711 89,155 Eggers, Clark J. 1731 181 Ehresman, Cindy Ann 1741 193 Ehrhardt, Robert R. 1721 172 Eichorst, Eric 1741 86,193 Elbe, Albert 1711 155 E1be,CarolR.1721 172 Elbe, Deborah M. 1731 181 Eldridge, Rhonda K. 1741 193 Electronics Club 81 Ellefsen,Beate1721 172 Ellefsen, Kim 1741 102,193 Ellesson, Barbara S. 1721 172 Ellingsworth, Lynn A. 1721 172 Elliot, Mr. Fred 41,86 Elliott, Mr. John 36,98 Elliott, Patricia C. 1731 189 Ellison Keith 1711 169 Elms Mr. Glen 3271 Huis, ivir. John 36,116,126 E Em1g,Crysann 1711 88,103,169 E:mm0ns,J0anE.17a1 108,109,111,181 yowr .fn Endre,TerriJ. 1731 181 Engelking, Dale W. 1731 181 Engelking, Susan 1711 155 Euglehart, Ann E. 1741 193 Engleson, Sheryl 1711 26,101,155 English Department 26 Ennes. Dean A. 1721 76,77,170,172 Ennis, Celeste C. 1711 155 Epifano, Deborah L. 1721 172 Epifano, Susan R. 1731 111,181 Erdmann, R. Charles 1721 140,172 Erhard, Michael 1711 81,155 Erickson, Diane R. 1711 155,172 Ericson, Gary L. 1711 155 Ericson, ScottP. 1731 80,181 Errington, Linda 1741 193 Eschenbrenner, Mary 1721 80,172 Esperseth,Ca1.hy1731 181 Esperseth, Christine 1721 98,155 Espinoza,Juan G. 1721 172 Espinoza, Virginia 1731 189 Esposito, Nick 1741 119,193 Etchingham, Mrs. Sandra 24 Eugenis, Chris P. 1741 121,193 Evans, Deborah L. 1731 95,111,181 Evans, Mary 1711 155 Evans, Ronald J. 1741 193 Evenson, Mark E. 1731 181 Evenson, Michael G. 1721 172 Evko, Miss Beverly 43,44 Ewald, Marlene M. 1721 97,172 Ewald, Ronald P. 1731 97,181 Fabian, Sharon L. 1741 90,109,193 Fackler, Sandra L. 1711 155 Facklis, Jeffery D. 1741 193 Fahn, William C. 1721 97,106,172 Fahrenbach, Gary 1741 86,193 Fako, Stephen 1731 118.182 Falardeau, Mr. Robert 32 Falcettes 93 Fall Festival 52 Fall Play 54 Fanizza, James 1741 130,192 Fanizza, Michael A. 1721 23,80,96,98,137, 172 Fanslow, William 1711 155 Farner, Sally 1721 104,145,172 Farrah, Mrs. Barbara 35 Faust. Debra L. 1731 182 Fava, Paul J. 1721 72,126 Feddick, Jay R. 1721 103,172 Feil, Patrice E. 1721 79,80,93,104,172 Feilen, Thomas J. 1721 172 Feldhan, James D. 1731 182 Talon Index 217 Green Felice, Charles 1731 182 Ferguson, GailJ. 1731 90,1211,135,182 Ferguson, Gregory 1741 87,193 Ferraro, Christopher 1741 193 Ferraro, Michael E. 1731 119,130,189 Fick, Kenneth R. 1721 81,89,117,172 Fick, Pamela J. 1731 90,182 Fidale, Mary Susan 1721 91,131,172 Fieblg, Betty 1731 1112 Fiebig,Peggy1711 155 Fiedotjew, Theresa 1721 80,111,172 Fields. Cynthia J. 1711 100,155 Fields, Judith E. 1731 189 Filar, Brian S. 1731 98,189 Filar, David 1711 155 Fillebrown,James1711 155 Fink, Gregg E. 1731 118,124,142,182 Finkler, MichaelJ. 1711 105,155 Finn, Barry 1721 172 Finn. Janice M. 1711 101,155 Firszt, Sue L. 1741 193 Vicki L. 1721 76,80,88,104,107,143, Fischer, Catherine 1731 90,180,182 Fisher, Annette 1741 90,193 Fisher, Daniel 1731 182 Fitzgerald, Leah M. 1741 193 Fitzpatrick, Kathie 1721 172 Fitzpatrick, Mark K. 1711 169 Fitzpatrick, Mary 1731 182 Fitzpatrick, Robert 1741 119,130,193 Fjeldheim, Barbara 1711 155 Fjeldheim, Russell 1741 118,193 Flaherty, Karen J. 1731 106,111,182 Flugardt, Mark M. 1711 101,155 FNA 110 FFA 111 Fogarty, Robin A. 1721 78,79,80,88,95,104, 172 Foley, Pam A. 1721 172 Foley. William 1731 189 Football 115 Ford, Maureen T. 1741 90,193 Ford, Robin K. 1741 193 Foreign Language Department 28 Forensics 96 Foropoulos, Jerry 1731 118,142,182 Forssander, John 1731 114,124,182 Forton, John 1731 99,182 Foss, Paul K. 1741 86,128,193 Foster, Gray A. 1741 193 Foster, Jill L. 1731 111,182 Fox, Roger 1721 172 Francione, Nancy 1731 182 Francis, David R. 1721 172 v, H Francsis, Ted J, 1721 120,136,137,172 Frank, Gordon1741 193 Frank, Shirley 1731 111,182 Frankowski, Patricia 1721 80,117,179 Frantell, Diane 1731 80,96,182 Franz, Karen D. 1731 108,109,111,182 Franz, Rick C. 1721 172 Frase, Mr. Michael 35,l18,130,140 Frasz, Mary Ann 1741 194 Frasz, Ronald A. 1721 172 Fratto, Diane 1721 172 Frech, Roger w. 1721 78,80,96,172 Frederick, Damian 1731 97,182 Frediani, Dino 1741 118,130,194 Freeman, Debra A. 1711 89,155 Freeman, Richard J. 1721 172 Freeman, Mr. RobertJ. 31 Freese, John M. 1721 172 Frelk, Glenn Charles 1721 172 French Club 95 Freres, James E. 1731 182 Freres, Michele A. 1721 89,172 Freshmen 190 Freund,Cindy1711 100,155 Frey, Mr. Arthur J. 31 Frey, Mark Allan 1731 182 Frey, Wolfgang K. 1721 132,172 Friberg,NanciJo1741 194 Fricano. Anthony 1721 172 Friske, Donald J. 1731 182 Fritz, Bob 1721 182 Froelich, Jackie A. 1721 179 Frye, Barbara J. 1731 182 Frye,Jeff1721 170,179 Frye, Howard W, 1711 155 Fukuya, Nancy 1731 183 Fuller, Victoria R. 1731 97,106,182 Fun Night 50 Fuoco, Cindy 1741 90,194 Fuoco, Marylou Ann 1731 183 Furch, Alyson Jane 1741 194 Furey, Mr. Ambrose 27 G Gabriel, Scott F. 1731 124,189 Gach, Thomas J. 1731 183 Gaddini, John G. 1721 179 Gagnon, Mary Kathie 1711 78,85,94,155 Gale, Douglas M. 1741 194 Gallagher, Melinda M. 1731 76,183 Gallanis, Mrs. Elena 40 Gallanis, Nancy M. 1711 100,155 Gallo, Nicky C. 1741 119,130,194 Garapolo, Julie Ann 1741 194 Garces,Maria1731 183 Garcia, Christine E. 1711 51.73,83,93,104, 155 Gardner, Bruce1741 194 Garza,Dave1721 102 Gassman, Anita L. 1741 90,97,l06,108,131, 194 Gawne, Kenneth 1741 97,130,194 Gaydo, William John 1721 172 Gecox, Jeffrey John 1741 110,194 Geegan, William F. 1731 118,12-1,142,183 Geniusz,James1731 183 Gentile, Robert Wm. 1731 183 George, Claudia J. 1741 98,194 218 Talon Index Georgen, Barbara 1731 96,183 Georgen, Christine 1711 155 Georgen,Richard1721 172 German Club 94 Germano, Don J. 1711 78,79,87,155 Germano, Paul A. 1731 79,87,139,183 Gerwig, Melody 1731 90,183 Giacomino, Joseph 1741 194 Giacomino, Kathleen 1721 172 Giannetti, Donald P. 1741 194 Giannone, Francis 1731 183 Gibbons. Jack T. 1741 194 Gibbons, Kathy M. 1711 155 Gibbons, Patrick T. 1711 103,169 Giblin, Debbie L. 1741 194 Giblin, Kathy Anne 1731 183 Gibson, Gena M. 1741 194 Gierke, Dan 1741 194 Gill, Deborah L. 1741 90,91.194 Gillespie, J. Brian 1711 88.155 Gillette, Denise R. 1731 90,183 Gilliland, Ann M. 1711 84,155 Gilliland, David 1721 172 Giolli, Linda Tcrese 1741 194 Giovanine, Barry 1731 137,183 Girls' Sports 143 Glathart, Mrs. Elizabeth 27 Gladstone, Linda 1741 131,194 Glander. Craig R. 1741 118,194 Glaser, Charles A. 1731 183 Glass, Dick P. 1731 183 Goergen, Linda L. 1741 90,194 Goerschler, Charlote 1731 90,131,183 Goeske, Brian P. 1711 155 Goeth,Folkmar1711 169 Goldberg, Mrs. Ila 39 Golden, Daniel K. 1741 118,119,194 Goldman, MichaelJ. 1721 179 Golf 134 Gonzalez, M. Mark 1721 51,139,172 Goodall, Patricia 1711 155 Goodhope, Bill 1781 137,189 Goodhope, Karen 1721 172 Goodrich. Thomas R. 1711 156 Goolish, Ed 1721 179 Gooss, Timothy 1741 194 Gordon, Barbara L. 1741 194 Gordon, David 1741 102,119,130,194 Gormsen, Carla J. 1721 172 Gtsch, Joann C. 1741 108,194 GRA 106 Grady, Kenneth Alan 1741 130,194 Graffia, Patricia 1741 132,194 Grant, Timothy J. 1741 119,194 Granzow, GailL. 1741 194 Granzow, Randal R. 1711 131,156 Groeschke, Dina L. 1741 194 Groff, Susan E. 1731 90,91,106,183 Gronke, Mark E. 1741 86,133,194 Gronwall, Glenn E. 1711 156 Grosch, Keith 1731 118,183 Groselak, Tony A. 1741 102,194 Groski, RobertJ. 1721 97,179 Griggs. Steve M. 1711 105,l14,1l6,136,15S, Gruenfeld, Kurt Wm. 1731 183 Grunwald, Diane 1711 156 Grunwald, James G. 1731 183 Guaglianone, Nancy 1711 92,156 Guastaferri, Tom 1741 130,194 Gubbe, Margaret M. 1731 183 Gubbe, Pat 1721 172 Guidance Department 44 Guinn, Doug B. 1711 136.156 Gunderson, C thia1721 172 Gunderson. Tiigresa 1741 195 Gunter, Anne W. 1711 78,80,94,156 Gust, Geraldine M. 1721 84,97.104,l72 Gustafson, Cathy 1741 90,195 Gutzman, Cathy M. 1741 195 Guziec DonnaM 174 195 . . 1 Guzy, Diane C. 1721 92,97,i72 Gymnastics 130 Haaland, Kurt 1741 118,125,195 Haaland, Mark L. 1711 156 Haase, Carolanne E. 1721 86,172 Haase, James W. 1711 101,156 Haase. Laura L. 1731 183 Haase Roremar C 172 8617 , y . 1 , 2 Hafer,RandiK.1741 90,195 Haga, Debra J. 1731 189 Hagemeyer, Matthew 1721 179 Hager, Hager, Mark E. 1721 89,117,140,172 scour., 1741 119,195 Hagstrom, Melody 1711 112,156 Hahn, PeterJ.1741 119 Hajt, Richard J. 1731 142,183 Hall, N ancy A. 1721 83,512,172 Hall. Patricia E. 1731 183 Hall, Stan H. 1721 103,172 Halliman, Susan L. 1731 183 Grauf, Mike G. 1741 194 Greco Green , Gary A. 1721 172 Green, , Gary A.1721 179 Green, ,Lloyd C. 1731 76,118,183 Charles R. 1711 156 Leslie A, 1721 179 Halverson, Nancy E. 1721 172 Halvorson, Harold Jr. 1741 195 Hamilton, Sandra 1741 135,195 Harnley. Doug E. 1721 172 Hammond, Jeffery 1741 118,128,195 Hanke, Claudia 1741 94,195 Hanke, Jeanette 1741 195 Hanke, Robert Fred 1721 172 Hankins, Kathryn M. 1711 97,156 Hankins, Marilee 1721 97 Hanna, Beverly 1721 91,97,104,107,138,l43, 173 Hanna, Kathy E, 1741 90,97,138,143,195 Greenslade, Pam A. 1711 169 Greenwood,Te1-ese 1741 194 Grier, Cynthia 1731 90,106,111,183 Grier, Nancy Ann 1741 90,106,132,194 Griffin, Margaret 1731 90,183 Griggs, Mrs. Emily 30 Griggs, Richard A. 1711 156 Griggs, Susan L. 1721 172 Grimes, Nancy L. 1731 97,183 Groch,Richard1731 183 Groell, Sandra 1711 101,156 Hanquinet, Gail 1741 90,110,195 Hansen, Arlene J, 1711 78,156 Hansen, Cynthia 1711 87,156 Hansen Hansen , Denise 1731 183 ,JudyRita1721 179 Hansen, Mary B. 1741 195 Hansen , Ramona Lee 1721 173 Hansen, Mr. Thomas 44 Hanson, Bruce H. 1741 119,195 Hanson, Christine M. 1721 91,173 Hanson, Susan R. 1741 195 Hanson, Mr. Wayne 44 Hanson, Wayne E. 1721 173 Harden. Thomas L. 1741 195 Hardesty, Dennis L. 1721 131,173 Harding, Eugene J. 1731 98,189 Harding. GailJ. 1721 173 Harraman. Jack R. 1721 173 Harraman, Jill C, 1721 83,173 Harrington, Kathleen 1711 156 Harrington. Kevin 1731 118,128,137,183 Harrison, Joyce M. 1711 101,156 Hart. Deborah 1741 108.109.1115 Hart, Herbert 1711 94,156,214 Hart, Paul Wm. 1741 195 Hart,Sally Ann 1731 183 Harter, Mr. James 24 Harvey. Kevin 1741 130,195 Hastings, Michael K. 1711 169 Hathcoat, Karen 1741 110,195 Hausman, Phil 1721 114,135,173 Haut. Mark A. 1711 98,156 Haut, Richard D.1711 156 Hawkes, Kristine 1711 93,104,156 Hayden, Richard G, 1721 173 Hayden, Thomas R. 1731 98,183 Hayes. David A. 1731 183 Hayes, Marybeth 1711 156 Hayes. Michele 1731 183 Hedges, Jay Roger 1721 76,122,l40,173 Hedlund, Dale 1741 195 Hedlund, Darryl G. 1741 128,195 Hedmark. GailS. 1731 92,189 Heehler,Susan1741 195 Hegel, Fred 1741 195 Hellman, Debra 1731 90,183 Hein, Michael A. 1711 156 Hein, Steven J. 1731 183 Heineman, Chip 1741 119,195 Heineman, Robin L. 1731 183 Heinrich. Nancy E. 1741 195 Heinze. RobertJ. 1721 173 Heldman, Charles 1721 173 Heller, Edward 1731 179 Heller, Steve 1731 189 Heller, Mr. William 39 Helms, Linda 1741 195 Hempel, Mark L. 1721 173 Henderson, Chad E. 1721 137,173 Henderson, Colene 1741 195 Hendrix, Diane 1721 173 Hendrix, Kathy Ann 1741 195 Hengler, Richard 1711 156 Hennessey, Elizabeth 1721 88,95,173 Huinessey, Margaret 1741 90,95,195 Henning, Michelle 1721 179 Henrich, Cindy 1711 90,156 Henrich, Susan 1741 108,195 Hsmson, Bruce F. 1731 183 Herdter, Mark 1711 169 Herkert. Jeffrey 1741 195 Herman, Candace L. 1731 92,183 Hemdon, Cynthia 1731 183 Hertz, Warren K. 1731 89,133,183 Herzog, Cindi 1711 89,156 Herzog, Dale 1741 195 Hess, Glenn Wm. 1741 119,195 Hess, Linda B. 1711 156 Hewitt, Nancy Jo 1711 129,143,156 Heyen, Keith L. 1731 124,183 Higgason, Frank 1741 119,195 Higgason, Marybeth 1721 173 Higgins, Kent R. 1721 132,173 Higgins, Kirk T. 1711 26,147,156 Cagers gave spectators cultural entertainment with an unexpected performance of HSwan Lake." 1-lrggnns RoyE 1723 173 Hlgglns Terr11743 195 Hildebrandt Rlck1743 195 Hllgeman J Greg1743 195 H H BethM 1713 53 61 156 Betsv1713 76 78 104 156 Cvnthla A 1723 8911.1 G1lbertT 1733 183 Katherine L 1733 91 106 183 Marguer1teE 1723 173 Mary K 1733 180 183 1-lrllarv Mr John 36133 Hxller Laur1e1733 1B9 Hnlty Stanlev1733 118183 Hmckle Sue1743 201 Hlrth Jlffrey1143 99195 llxtzeman RlckJ 1723 173 Hltzeman RusseIIL 1711 156 l-llxson Steven 1743 119195 Hochstatter Denlse1743 195 Hockln Jacque1nne1743 86 195 201 Hoellen Chrzsune 1711 103157 Hoese Mr Robert 21 Hofer Patr1ck1743 195 Hoffman Bonn1eJ 1713 101157 Hoffman Mark D 1743 87195 Hoffman M1chael1743 102119 195 Hoffman Theresa 1713 101157 Hoffman Mrs Elizabeth 40 Hogle SteveH 1713 98157 Hogue Andrew1733 183 Hogy BruceA 1713 169 Hogy Marle1743 90195 Holan Kenneth F 1741 118 125 195 Holbrook EllynE 1733 183 H011 Janet Mane 1741 106143195 Hall JosephP 1733 81139183 Hollmger Mrs Joy 42 Holm M1chaelWm 1743 119 Holmes R1ch1713 169 Jacobsen Roxann E 1733 91 100 129 184 Jacobson Lmda1733 184 Jacobsmeyer Julle 1143 111 195 Jacobsmever SteveG 1713 157 Jaeger Dav1d1743 195 James Cynthna Ann 1733 184 James Maureen Ann 1743 195 Janczak Jerome1743 193 Jams Sue 1733 184 Janko Joyce Ann 1743 97 195 Janowskl Jerry1713 101158 Jansen JohnP 1743 86125195 Janssen DxaneC 1713 91 94 132 142 158 Jareckn Frank17l3 101158 Jasch AlanR 1721 174 Jasch MarkA 1713 1133169 Jaskxewlcz Matthew 1713 158 Jaskulke Patt11743 195 Jason Mr D D 35 Jastrebskl Annette1733 111138 Jastrebskl Donald 1713 88104114158 Jastrebskx Janet1743 195 Jay Gary1733 184 Jelacslty Sandra 1713 88158 Jellnek DaleA 1713 147158 Jenkms GregJ 1733 86189 Janos Carol Ann 1741 195 Jalsen Mrs Joan 35 Jensen Mr Peter 44 Jensen Richard A 1733 121 137 184 Jenness Dr LawrenceS 20 Jespersen Randy 1723 122 140 174 Jespersen F Scott1713 101158 Jessen D1aneL 1733 90 93111 184 Jessle DeborahG 1733 111 138184 Jewart RonaldD 1723 174 Jtmenez RobertT 1731 184 Johansen Cathy1733 Johansen KurtM 1713 Holmgren LrndaL 1713 157 Holthe Bll1E 1743 195 Holthe DonaldF 1713 100157 Holzer GaryR 1723 173 Holzer M1chaelR 1731 173 Home Economics Department 30 I-lopperton Vlclu 1713 88 100 157 Horan John 1713 102 Horan T1mothy1713 100157 Horler Mr Norman 36 96 Hornak PattyA 1723 88 97 157 173 Horst SharonA 1723 173 Horvath M1keR 1713 169 Hoschett GaryA 1743 195 Hosklns NancyJ 1723 170173 Host Lawrence A 1713 80 131 157 Houdek Debora L 1713 78 80 94 157 Houldsworth James 1713 157 Houldsuorlh Wally 1723 173 Howanskl Alex 1743 195 Howe Brad 1723 179 1-lowes Jeff 1743 110 195 Hoyt Rlck P 1723 117122123140173 Hren Mr Lee 36 98 Huck DebraA 1723 173 Huecker CandyA 1713 157 Huenmk Jeff 1743 195 Huey ReldM 1733 183 Hue Robln E 1723 93 104 107 17.1 179 1-lu! 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NancyB 1713 7885159 Kmg RobertG 1723 117126174 Kmgsborough B111 1713 97 159 Kmgsborough Jeanne 1723 93 104 174 Klngsborough Patr1cla1713 159 Kmneman Paula K 1713 78 84 B5 104 159 Kmney Lynn 1733 189 Kmney Margaret1743 196 Kmyon Gene 1733 184 Kmyon JoAnn1733 184 Km on M1chaelE 1713 100159 Kxo bassa Rodney 1743 119 125 196 Klolbassa Ro ann 1713 104129159 Klrsten AudreyM 1723 30 37 111 174 Knta Karen Ann1743 196 Kledznk CaryR 1743 196 Kledzlk Lee Ann 1723 131 174 Klem Mr Arthur 36116 135 Klein R0bertA 1723 126137174 Klest Laura Mar1e1743 102 196 Kllment Val Ann 1743 196 Khne Ke11hA 1713 159 Knabusch MlkeJ 1723 179 Knaus Cynthna K 1733 90 Kmckrehm GregB 1733 184 Kmewel BarbaraJ 1723 84174 Kmewel MaryK 1733 184 Kmght MartmJ 1733 118124142184 Knopf GaryF 1743 196 Knox Dean 1713 159 Knox Vxctor1a1733 184 Knudsen D1aneL 1723 174 Knuerr RobertC 1743 196 Knuerr W1l11am1733 184 Knuth Susan Lee 1723 97 174 Koc Nancy1713 159 Koch Cheryl Lynn 1733 184 Koch D1aneM 1713 159 Koch MaryL 1743 196 Koclan Georgefi 1733 118184 Koehler KrxsL 1713 159 Koehn BarbaraJ 1743 111196 Koehn SusanJ 1723 174 Koelllker Jam1e1733 184 Koelllker Kor1e1733 97184 Koemg DeborahJ 1733 111184 Koenlg R1chN 1713 22102159 Koentopp Kent K 1713 53105116122140 Kohl LawrenceJ 1723 174 Kohler FrankP 1733 121184 Kohmstedt Robe:-tB 1723 137174 Kolder CharleneP 1723 174 Kolder Sharon Lee 1723 174 Kolm BarbaraJ 1723 131174 Kolker PamelaJ 1723 179 Kolle DamelM 1713 78159 Kolllas LmdaJ 1733 184 Komay Karyl Lynn 1733 184 Komlstra SteveA 1723 102174 Komeczskn JamesJ 1713 159 Kook Dav1d1713 159 Koprlva GregoryF 1723 174 Korbal KarenA 1713 159 Korubs KarenL 1743 102196 Koretsky Mrs Ternlyn 44 Kosche Katherme 1743 106 132 142 196 Koslnskl J1ll1733 184 Kosmoskx Jeffrey 1733 118 124 137 184 Kot AndrewR 1723 174 Kot MarkR 1723 99174 Kragewskl D1anne1733 184 Kramer BeckyG 1743 196 Kramer JohnR 1733 184 Kramer M1chaelL 1723 114 120137 174 Krammer M1ke17l3 159 Kranz Debra Jean 1733 184 Kranz Kev1nJ 1743 196 Kranz KurtR 1723 99174 Krasnesky JeffL 1723 174 Krause SharonJ 1723 174 Krawczyk TerenceM 1723 97174 Krebs Karin Sue 1733 91 184 Krebs Kev1nP 1713 160 Krem Annette1723 179 Krem Melxnda Ann 1743 Krenek R1taC 1733 94111184 Kreutzer John R 1733 121 137 184 139 Krewer Kar1aM 1733 110184 Krewer Pamela 1743 109196 Krxbbe Harry 1723 179 Knen Karen 1723 79 89 104 174 Kml LmdaM 1733 91184 Krollkowskl Kathlen1743 196 Kmnforst DonJ 1713 160 Kronforst JohnF 1743 118125196 Kronforst MaryC 1723 174 Kmeger R1chard1733 97184 Krueger RobertR 1743 118125196 Krueger Steven.1 1743 196 Krupa CathyH 1733 184 Kmser SherryL 1723 174 Knywda KarenJ 1713 7B 85 160 Ksrazek MxchaelJ 1733 94126184 Kucan JohnJ 1723 174 Kucxa LmdaL 1743 86196 Kuczek CarolA 1723 174 KlldBllS JohnA 1713 160 Kuhar Kathleen 1733 184 Kuhlmey JamesR 1723 174 Kuhn Debra Mar1e1723 174 Kuhn Karen Jean 1733 76 90 93 184 Kuhn Thomasl 1723 179 Kula Donald 1733 184 Kula Lols Ann 1723 174 Kula ThomasB 1743 196 Kunst Chr1st1na1743 90 106 196 Kunst J0sephM 1723 89132174 Kunz Randall 1723 179 Knmz Robert Peter1723 174 Ktmzen D1ane1733 184189 ,15 pf' Kupltz ScottM 1733 184 Kupltz StevenA 1723 80174 Kurtz Alan 1733 184 Kurtz Dav1dA 1733 18 Kurtz LmdaA 1723 174 Kurtz Thomasl-1 1723 106174 Kurz Jeffrey Scot1743 125196 Kuster Valerxe1733 189 Kuthe Ga11S 1733 9598 Kvetko Cheryl 1743 196 Kwas TedJ 1723 174 La Bantschmg .1oann1733 184 La Barbera Duston1743 196 Lachus Ted Wm 1733 118184 Lack KennethD 1713 103105160 Ladkowskl Mary 1723 174 Laing Lorr1eJ 1723 97 104 107 143 174 Lamberg BetsyL 1743 196 Lamlck Raymond 1743 196 Larnpredx Steven1743 111196 Lancaster AnneM 1723 8992174 Landlse Mary Ann1743 196 Landreth CarolG 1723 B8111174 Langbehn Steven 1733 25 184 189 Lange HeatherM 1733 911134 Lange R1chardJ 1723 174 Lanham Dona1dE 1733 184 Lanners Dxane Rae 1733 189 Lanners Sharon 1713 100160 Lannon Joan 1733 184 Lannon TerrenceP 1713 103160 LaP0lnt JeffA 1723 106174 LaReaux Dor1sM 1743 196 Larrance SharonD 1723 174 Larsen DonaldS 1733 184 Larson DonJ 1743 196 Larson KarenE 1743 91 97106131 196 Larson LarryR 1723 8096174 Larson Lmda 1733 132 184 Larson Robert1723 174 Lasko C1ndyL 1743 196 Lassen Cheryl 1743 196 Lata Cyn!h1aM 1743 90 97 106 131 135 Lata Deborah Ann 1723 61 88 91 97 174 Lathrop Georganne1743 196 Latta R1chardG 1713 5987160 LaVxgne GeorgeL 1713 105136160 LaV1ne LynnC 1733 185 Law StephenG 1723 106140174 Lawlor LauraJ 1723 104107 143 174 Lawrence Robert 1743 196 Lawson Cynth1aA 1733 110185 Leach Richard R 1713 131 136 160 Leaders 104 Leahy DeborahL 1733 185 Leahy Kathleen 1723 174 Leahy MaryL 1723 80174179 Leahy ThomasF Jr 1713 160 Leal Patr1cxaA 1733 185 Leanna Shelly Ann 1733 185 Leatherwood Donald 1743 196 Leatherwood Pat 1743 196 Lebben CarlaJ 1713 160 Leddmg Karen Ann 1743 144 196 Leddmg Kath1eenL 1713 B6 87 111 160 Lee Ann 1733 93185 Lee Ellen Mane 1713 104 129 160 Lefevbre Hazel1713 129160 Lelkhlm Kath1J 1743 97196 Lersen Debra bee1733 106131 185 Lelsermg Deborah 1743 196 Leltner Dan1elT 1723 174 Leltner KathleenM 1733 185 Lemac Mr George 42 Lenkext Peter 1723 114 132174 Lents KarenS 1743 86196 Lenz MaryK 1713 169 Lenzen MarcW 1743 119196 Lenzl AlbertJ 1723 96174 Leo Darlene 1743 102 Leon FrankJ 1733 185 Leonteos K1mberly1743 196 Leschman Laura 1741 196 Talon Index 219 LeSeth, Linda 1741 196 Lesiak,Pam1731 185 Lesley, Gary Mark 1731 122,142,185 Lesley,Michelle1741 196 Lesniak, Diane L. 1741 196 Lesser, Richard R. 1721 174 Lessner, Connie A. 1711 160 Le Tourneau, Terry A. 1721 179 Lettermen's Club 114 Leuzzi, Louis P. 1731 118,124,142,185 Leuzzi, Rosemarie E. 1721 104,107,129 174 Levey, David 1711 160 Levey, Marla L. 1721 107,174 Lewis, Nancy 1721 179 Library 40 Library Aides 110 Lieb, GargS. 1721 174 Liewehr, eth Ann 1741 196 Liga, Angelo M. 1731 185 Lighthall, Bruce W. 1721 84,l14,120,137. 174 Lignowski, Robert M. 1721 174 Limberg, Mike 1711 169 Limbers, Chris G. 1731 185 Lind, Peter 1711 160 Lindberg, Kerry A. 1741 119,196 Lindgren, Mrs. Lucia 27 Lindholm, Alecia A. 1721 175 Lindmark, Mrs. Joyce 27 Lindquist, Carl F. 1731 142,185 Lindquist, Donna G. 1731 185 Lindsay, Gary W. 1711 81,160 Lindsey, Donna J. 1721 104,175 Linduska, Janice 1731 111,138,185 Line, Gary A. 1731 139,185 Lineback, Janet K. 1721 179 Lingen,Jet'frey1741 196 Linnemann, Gail A. 1731 185 Lisinski, Richard T. 1721 140,175 Lisinski, Thomas 1711 26,160 Lisowski,Robert1741 196 Liszewski, Steven E. 1711 160 Litewski, Carol J. 1711 80,160 Llerandi, Mr. Rogelio 28,94 Llewellyn, Nancy 1721 80,91,95,96,98,175 Lloyd, Gale E. 1721 88,175 Lloyd, Jack A. 1731 118,124,l42,185 Locke, Joan A. 1721 175 Loeschen, Michael D. 1711 160 Lohrmann, Stacie A. 1721 93,175 Loiselle, Paul 1741 119,196 Loizzi, Jim A. 1721 175 Lombardi, Donald 1741 121,125,196 Lombardi, Joseph J. 1731 185 Long, Patricia Ann 1721 89,175 Longo, Linda Ann 1741 196 Longobardi, Nicholas 1731 137,185 Longtin, Jerry A. 1731 86,185 Longueil, Kevin D, 1741 119,130,196 Lopata, Michael 1741 119,196 Lord, Derrick 1711 79,80,87,160 Loschialpo, Peter 1731 98,185 Losey, Diane Lynn 1721 97,104,175 Losito, Debra J. 1731 93,185 Losito, Robin Ann 1721 7a,as,93, 175 Lotherryi Kim A. 1741 196 Louis, ancy Ruth1721 107,175 Loukis, Arlene 1741 94,196 Lowe, Webster1731 189 Lower, Lynn A. 1711 77,160 Lower, Pam 1741 90,196 Lubeck, Susan 1721 92,175 Lucas, Jamie Lee 1731 185 Lucas, William P. 1721 99,175 Luebanos,Jesse1721 179 Luisi, MichaelJ. 1741 102,196 Lukowicz, Craig 1741 196 Lullo, Mary C. 1741 201 Lullo,Patrick1731 185 Lumley, Susan D. 1731 91,185 Lundahl, David S. 1741 88,98,128,196 Lundie, Pamela Ruth 1721 175 Lundie,Thomas F. 1731 94,185 Lundin, Ronald E. 1721 80,94,99,l37,175 Lussow, Mr. Fred 35,105,114,116,125 Luster, Mrs. Mary 32 Lutzow, Katherine C. 1711 89,160 Lutzo, Michael D. 1741 196 Luzader,James1731 185 Lydon,Kathleen1741 196 Lynch, Deborah A. 1711 64,89,92,160 Lynn, Debra L. 1741 196 Lyon, Terri P. 1731 185 M Maas, Debra Lynn 1731 111,185 Maas, Stephen Wm. 1741 196 Maas, Susan Diane 1721 72,l07,111,129,142, 143,175 Maas, Theodore S. 1721 33,80,96,179 Macaluso, Bill 1741 110,196 Macaluso, Dan C. 1721 175 Mac Clure, Doug 169 Mac Clure, Pam 1721 179 Mac Donald, Mr. James A. 31 Mac Farland, 179 Machaj, Robert R. 1711 77,169 Mac Isaac, Deborah J. 1711 87,160 Mackin,James E. 1731 118,130,185 Macklin, Duane 1721 84,175 Mackniskas, Barb 189 Mackniskas, Kathy 179 Mac Shane, Susan A. 1731 185 Madero, Susan M. 1741 196 Madis,Eric1711 160 Mager, Georgiann 1711 100,160 Mager, Robert Mark 1731 185 Maggiore, James 1731 185 Maher, Tim P. 1721 131,175 Mainzer, Mary Jo 1731 94,185 Malicki, Gregory 1731 185 Mallian, Sue J. 1731 185 220 Talon Index Mallon, Mallon Mallon Malloy Charles W. 1711 160 ,Katherine1731 185 ,Katherine 1731 185 ,Peggy1741 196 Mally, Deborah J. 1721 175 Mally, Richard E. 1741 196 Maly, Dane E. 1741 130,196 Maly, Kathleen M. 1711 78,83,95,160 Mamoser, Karen L. 1741 197 Manade, Edward J. 1721 175 Mancuso, Frank 1731 185 Mancuso, John 1731 185 Manfredi, Alan 1741 111,197 Manfredi, Ellen 1711 78,160 Manning, Gayle 1731 185 Mansdoerfer, Lynne 1731 185 Mansfield, Mary 1711 160 March, Michael A. 1731 126,134,185 Marcotte, John R. 1741 118,197 Marcotte, Paul A. 1721 116,175 Margarites, Chris 1741 130,197 Margarites, Pat A. 1721 94,175 Mariano, Joseph M. 1721 117,175 Marich, Daniel 1721 106,140,175 Marich,Nancy1741 197 Marinello, Donna 1741 97,197 Markarian, Gina A. 1731 185 Marshall, Kenneth 1721 103,175 Marshall,Joellyn K. 1731 185 Marshall, Kevin 1711 169 Marsiglia, Nancy 1741 97,197 Marszalek, Linda S. 1711 161 Martensen Crai 721 175 Martin, Martin, Martin . 81 Bruce F. 1731 185 ' Debra Ann 1741 197 Mr Jack 21 Martin, Larry K. 1721 175 Martin, Lawrence A. 1721 175 Martin, Marylou 1711 73,104,161 Martin, Michael H. 1711 126,161 Martin, Patricia F. 1711 161 Martin, Richard W. 1711 78,114,l31,138, 139,161,169 Martindale, David C. 1731 185 Martindale, Gregg 1741 197 Martinez, Maida 1741 201 Martinez, Marta 1731 103,189 Martinez, Reinaldo 1731 102,189 Marturana, Robert 1731 185 Martzel, Barbara A. 1741 90,109,197 Martzel, Jean M. 1711 100 Marzillo, Glen A. 1721 175 Maschinski, David L, 1721 179 Maschinski, Don E. 1711 87,161 Masny, Mark 1731 87,118,185 Maszk, Pamela 1711 89,92,l6l Matara,Michael1731 185 Mate, John C. 1721 114,132,175 Mathematics Department 32 Mathis, Richard 1721 137,175 Matre, Janice L. 1711 161 Matter, Mr. Glenn 25,103 Mattiuzzo, Susanne 1741 197 Matula, Betty 1741 90,197 Matzl, Gary A. 1731 185 Matzl, Jan M. 1711 101,161 Maupin, Pamela D. 1721 179 May, Paul 1711 101,161 Mayer, Gary A. 1731 134,185 Mayerle, Linda C, 1731 110,185 Mayers, Gail A. 1711 24,100,181 Mayers, Janice L. 1741 190,197 Mayers, William, Jr. 1731 189 Mayhugh, Terry 1731 88 Maze, Stephen R. 1741 197 Maze,'1'om R. 1711 134,135,161,169,l74 Mazurkiewicz, Bruce 1731 96,185 McAndrew, Peggy 1741 110,197 McAuley, Pamela 1711 161 McAuley,Tripp1731 186 McAuliffe, Kathleen 1741 90,197 McCafferty, Janet 1711 88,92,161 McCafierty, Michael 1731 142,186 McCarragher, Arthur 1741 197 McCarthy, Dawn 1731 186 McClure, Jack 1741 87,197 McClure, Jill 1741 197 McClure, Margurite 1711 161 McCormick, Mark 1731 89,189 McCormick,Thomas1731 186 McCory, Phyllis A. 1711 98,161 McCory, Sue Lee 1741 197 McCullough, Carol 1731 80,186,189 McCrum, Vera Jeav 1731 91,131,183, McDonald, Gail A. 1711 89,161,213 McDonald, Randi K. 1711 93,104,161 McDonald, Todd 1731 124,134,186 McElwain, Lois Jean 1721 175 McFadden, Geralyn 1721 104,143,175 McFall, Daniel B. 1711 77,161 McFall, Martin 1731 185,186 McFeggan, James 1731 99,186 McGinn, Mary 1741 91,106,197 McGovney, Randal 1741 121,197 McGovney, Scott A. 1721 136,137,175 McGuire, Nandine 1731 186 Mcllaley, Charles 1711 80,911,161 McHaley, William 1731 186 McHugh, Brian W. 1721 120,137,175 McI.ntire,Chris1741 197 McKenney, John 1741 119,197 McKenzie, Leonard 1731 118,186 McKeough, Megan 1731 189 McKinney, Eleanor 1741 197 McKown, Ken R. 1731 142,189 McLain, Linda Jean 1721 175 McMahon, Deborah 1731 90,186 McMahon, Kathy J. 1721 104,145,175 McNamara, Deborah 1731 93,186 McNamara, Kathleen 1711 162 McNulty, Sheila 1731 97,186 McWayne,Duffy1721 175 McWayne, Wendy 1741 197 Meade, Charles 1731 118,142,186 Meade, Irene1711 162 1 Meade, Lori L. 1711 77,162 Meagher, RiCky1711 169 Mehlan, Janice L. 1741 90,106,l32,197 Mehn, Jan 1711 98,162 Mehn, John William 1721 179 Meier, Danny A. 1741 197 Meier, Glenn C. 1731 186 Meier, Sharon J. 1711 73,162 Meiller, Dr, Roy D. 36 Meinsen, Raymond S. 1741 119.197 Mejasic, Nada 1731 90 Mejasic, Rose 1731 90 Melichar, Dave Mike 1721 97,176 Melik,Sibel1741 197 Mell, Jeff S. 1721 176,183 Mellenthin, Laura T. 1711 86,97,103,104, 162,176 Mellini, Anthony R. 1731 118,128,186 Mells, Robin B. 1711 104,139,162,l75 Melone, Kenneth 1721 114,137,176,l83 Melone, Paula J. 1731 26,72,76,186,194 Menard, Penny D. 1721 176,183 Menconi, Larry 1711 78,175,169 Mensching, Barbara 1741 90,197 Mertens, Dale L. 1711 103,162 Messer, Glen D. 1711 162,175 Messina, Rosemarie 1741 197 Meyer, Anne M. 1731 103,186,194 Meyer, Debra Lynn 1711 162 Meyer, Herbert J. 1741 118,197 Meyer, Jeffrey 1731 113,117,122,128,186. 194 Me er Julie 173 83 106 145 186 194 Y 1 1 , . . . Meyer, Michael Wm. 1731 l18,l19,125,1B6, 194 Meyer, Michael P. 1741 142,197 Meyer, Nancy 1711 84,100,162 Meyer, Nancy C. 1721 88,176 Meyer, Scott E. 1731 8l,87,186,l94 Meyer, William 1721 176 Meyers, Ronald L. 1721 176 Michaels, Dan1741 197 Michaels, James M. 1721 176 Michalek, Christopher 1721 84,176,183 Middleton, David G. 1731 124,186 Mielke, Connie F. 1711 80,84,92,162,175 Mikos, Lynne K. 1741 197 Mileski, David 1741 125,197 Milewski, Robert L. 1711 162,175 Millares, Gerard 1741 197 Miller,Audre 11.1731 186,194 Miller, Beth 1721 176 Miller, Donna M. 1731 45,86,186 Miller, Eric D. 1741 87,l21,125,197 Miller, Joy E. 1731 111,186,194 Miller, Julia 1731 186 Miller, Kathleen 1741 86,90,97,143,197 Miller, Maureen 1721 95,98,129,l76 Miller, Patricia B. 1721 79,86,89,9l,97, 104,l07,138,143,176 Miller, Mr. Richard 39 Miller, Richard 1731 186 Miller, Ronald A. 1711 111,162,175 Miller, Steve 1711 169 Miller, Van 1711 162 Miller, Vickie B. 1721 101,176,183 Miller, Wayne C. 1721 120,122,176 Millner, William 1731 1l3,1l8,l24,142,186, 194 Milo, Marilyn J. 1711 162 Mi1z,ElkeM. 1711 101,162 Mincey, Timothy K. 1741 119,125,198 Minott, MitchellG. 1711 162 Minott, Steven 1741 198 Mirro, Marie 1711 162 Mirro, Rick F. 1741 118,125,198 Misicka, Ted 1741 198 Miske, Deborah Ann 1731 103,186 Miskovetz, Diane S, 1711 73,76.77,83,84, 162 Miskovetz, Nadine A. 1721 80,176 Miskovetz, Patrice 1741 91,106,198 Mitchell, Barbara 1731 103,111,186 Mitchell, Darian J. 1741 198 Mitchell Joan 1711 103,162 Mitchell, Randy E. 1711 100,162,175 Mitnick, Thomas P. 1741 198 Mitroff, Dick M. 1741 198 Mitroff, Donald 1731 86,186 Mitsosada, Michiko 1741 11,90,92,201 Mock, Mrs. Andrea 27 Modica, Leo A. 1721 176 Moehling,David1741 198 Moehling, Jill 1741 90,198 Moehling, Peter C. 1721 176 Mogilinski, Bruce J. 1711 163 Mogilinski, Glenn 1731 186 Mohrmann, Mr. William 35,137 Moist, Mr. Walter 21,43 Mokas, Randi K. 1741 24,815,198 Molge, Susan M. 1731 186 Molinari, Ellen J. 1711 89,163 Molinaro, Larry 1711 23,116,163 Mondy, Mrs. Jane 32 Monroe, Carol L. 1711 111,163 Monroe, John D. 1741 198 Monroe, Lawrence 1741 125,198 Montague, Lynn 1731 90,132.186 Montillver, Kathy 1731 189 Moone, Paul 1731 186 Moone, Stephen J, 1711 163 Moore, Gordon P. 1721 87,126,176 Moore, Kathleen Sue 1721 104,107,143,176 Moore, Tom B. 1741 198 Morgan, Gary1711 169 Moran, Janet L. 1741 86,198 Moran, Keith 1721 131,176 Moran, Mary Anne 1721 176 Moravec, Deborah 1741 198 Moravick, Leslie 1731 186 Morey, Lynn 1731 97,103,186 Morgan, Joanne 1731 186 Moriarty, Sara Ann 1721 93,104,176 Morin, James D. 1741 198 Mork, Carol W. 1711 101,163 Morris, Susan 1741 86,198 Morrissey, Karen 1711 163 Moss, Holly 1. 1721 95,179 Moxter, Marsha P. 1721 97,104,176 Moy, Patricia A. 1741 90,132,198 Mozal, Mike A. 1721 176 Mu Alpha Theta 80 Mueller, Bruce 1741 76,198 Mueller, Thomas 1731 118,119,122,186 Mueller, Mr. Wayne 24 Mugnnlo, Joann M. 1721 89,176 Mugnolo, Patricia 1731 76.186 Muhr, Leslie L. 1711 102,163 Mulcahy, Thomas M. 1711 163 Mule, Barbara J. 1731 Mulholland, Jay 1731 118,189 Mullan,Joyce1711 163 Munn, Linda E. 1741 86,97,l08,198 Murawski, Nora K, 1721 176 Murken, Arla L. 1711 50,7l,163 Murken, Joe S. 1731 113,134,186 Murphy, Eileen G. 1711 163,175 Murphy, John J. 1721 106,147,176 Murphy, Mary Ellen 1731 103,186 Murphy, Rick 1711 169 Murphy. Miss Veronica 27 Murray, Kathy J. 1741 198 Murray, Maureen 1731 186,194 Murray, Patricia 1711 54,78,80,85,l63 Muscarello, Anthony 1741 86,198 Muscarello, Denise 1731 186,194 Music Department 41 Mussay, Don Roy 1721 97,106,176 Myers, Debra 1741 198 Myers, Mr. Warren 32 N Nagel, Alice M. 1731 90,186 Nagel, Larry W. 1721 101,176 Nania,Cberyl1721 176 Nania, Cindy M. 1741 193 Nathan, Randall1741 198 Navarro, Frank 1741 198 Nawrocki, Robert 1711 103,109 Naylor, Mr. Ralph 36 Naymola, Stanley J. 1731 186 Nedbalek, Debbie J. 1731 186 Needham, John R. 1741 198 Needham, Paula 1731 91 ,92, 106,186 Neil, Robert 1741 198 Neitzel, Barbara 1741 198 Nelson, Anita L. 1731 131,186 Nelson, Carol1711 163 Nelson, Charles A. 1711 103,169 Nelson, Darlene 1741 198 Nelson, Edward 1731 142,186 Nelson, Gail S. 1731 186 Nelson, Gary R. 1731 79,87,128,139.l86 Nelson, Jayne L. 1731 186 Nelson, Nancy A. 1711 163 Nelson, Sandra A. 1711 88,163 Nelson, Sondra L. 1731 189 Nenni, Peter C. 1741 128,198 Nero, Linda G. 1741 132,138,198 Nesbit. Elizabeth G. 1721 78,80,9l,l3l,l76 Netzel, Robin J. 1721 131,176 Neuckranz, Raymond 1731 186 Neumann, Dave W. 1711 101,163 Neururer, Bette 1711 73,129,163 Newell, Pam 1731 186 Newman, Debbie L. 1721 176 Newman, Sandra L. 1711 163 Newsome, Cindy A. 1741 198 NFL 80 NHS 78 Nicholl, Michael 1721 179 Nicklas, Dave A. 1711 163 Nicodem, James 1741 87,130,198 Nicoloff, Marsha L. 1731 91,132,186 Nielsen, Tamara J. 1731 186 Nielsen, Wendy R. 1721 176 Nielsen, Valerie 1741 198 Nieto, David 1741 198 Nieves, P. Diana 1711 163 Nihlean, Linda 1721 176 Nikodem, Larry F. 1721 176 Nilson, Eileen 1741 90,198 Nilson, Richard A. 1711 101,163 Nilson, Tim J. 1721 Nitz, Jackie Ann 1721 79,80,87,94,ll1,176 Nolan, Kathy A. 1711 100,163 Nolan, Mary Jane 1731 186 Norberg, Ronald J. 1711 53,76,7li,85,105, l14,l16,135,l63 Nord, Raymond 0,1721 179 Nordlund, Scott Roy 1721 116,140,176 Norton, Charles 1741 96,198 Norton, Richard A. 1721 101,176 Noto, Kathleen M. 1741 198 Novak, Mary Anne 1711 101,163 Novak, Richard 1731 118,142,186 Novak, Robert-l. 1711 140,163 Nowak,Greg1741 198 Nykiel, Stephen 1731 186 0 Oberhardt, Danica 1731 97,186 Oberhardt, William 1711 78,1l4,122,l40, 163,176 Oberwetter, Robyn L. 1721 50,813,176 O'Brien, Joseph 1731 76,118,142,186 O'Brien, Kathi 1711 89,163 O'Brien, Kenneth 1741 119,198 O'Brien, Vincent 1741 119,198 Ochab, Robert E. 1741 119,198 Ochocki, Frances A. 1711 163 O'Connor, Brian 1721 176 Odahowski, Sharon 1741 132,198 O1Donnell, Brigid 1741 198 Q'Donnell, Deborah M. 1711 103,163 'Donnell, Kathy A. 1711 12,101,163 'Donnell, Sheila 1731 186 fice Guides 108 'no, Doreen 1731 79,90,111,128,186 'Hal1oran, Beatrice 1731 95,111,186 'Keefe, Dennis J. 1711 1l4,122,140,163 on, Cheryl Ann 1741 90,110 ldenburg, Valerie 1741 198 liva. Cynthia M. 1721 176 Iiver, Joel Thomas 1731 133,186 liver, Scott A. 1741 86,119,l28,198 lmon, Mark J. 1741 119,130,199 los,Vanessa1741 199 lsak, Carol Ann 1731 186 lsen, Brian 1731 86,130,137,186 lsen, Gerald E. 1711 163 lsen, Pat A. 1721 87,176 on, Arthur L, 1731 186 on, Kristine I, 1711 78,85,100,163 on Patrica1741 199 on SharonM 1721 89176 Neill SteveG 1721 116176 Neill ThomasL 1721 176 psahl Carla 1741 87199 rchesis 92 rchesis Show 64 reskovich RexN 1711 116163 rloskl Miss Patricia 32 80 Rourke Kathleen 1711 78 85 89 164 rozco Jennie 1731 189 rozco MaryannT 1711 102164 sberg Tim W 1711 101 164 Shaughness Dennis1741 121199 Shea Rhonda 1741 97 199 Shea JohnT 1741 199 skarsson MaryJ 1721 176 smond Deborah 1731 186 swald Anita1731 94111 186 ttarson Mrs Ella 25100 tto JamesR 1741 199 tto RanetteJ 1711 164 verland Maureen 1741 131199 I sxany DianeL 1711 7389104 164 xford Donald 1711 169 xford MariIynR 1721 176 xford Velma 1711 164 ace Judy Ann 1721 176 aczkowski John? 1741 199 adden SandraL 1731 90111 143186 addock Larry1711 103164 adovani DenisM 1731 86186 aez Scott Allen 1731 118 126 189 age ThomasE 1711 102169 airitz Donna Marie 1741 91 106 199 ak 1-leeja1711 164 alla ValerieS 1721 104 107 143 175 alias DannyK 1741 199 allas MarshaL 1711 164 almberg Terry 1741 86 130 199 almer CathySue1731 186 almer Judy 1711 53 89104145164 almer LeslieG 1731 110186 almisano Felicia 1721 89 92176 anesl SusanM 1741 199 ankratz Richard1731 142186 anorama Ol' Education 18 anorama Of Events 48 anorama 01' Forest View 4 anorama 01' lnterests 74 auornma Of Sports 112 anorama 01 Students 148 ark James 1731 137186 arker MaryE 1731 189 arker ThomasK 1721 116122176 Parks LyndaS 1741 199 armenter SteveJ 1711 98 164 arotto Debbie K 1711 164 arsons Melissa A 1711 78 85 164 arsons Mr Richard 23 98 ascente Chris 1741 125 Paszkiet JohnC 1741 199 Patberg Mr Norman 21 aterno Patricia A 1721 87 176 Patience ScottS 1711 114132164 Patterson DavidG 1721 81176 atterson JoanM 1731 131 186 Patterson Mitch 1741 86 199 atterson Randy1731 189 auluzzi Nancy Ann 1721 aweleck Linda 1731 189 ayne Leslie 1741 53 119 199 ayne Linda 1741 131 199 azdro Karen Marie 1711 164 eairs Linda 1711 164 earson Deborah 1721 176 mrson Jacquelinn1731 201 earson Jovce1721 179 ecora JoanL 1731 186 Pedersen Carl1741 119199 Pedersen JensA 1721 88176 edersen Ric 1731 130186 l edersgn WalterR 1731 189 elgadillo Mary 1731 189 Peluso Judith Ann 1741 106 109 143 199 Peluso Marv Lou 1731 186 Pelzek Robert1721 176 Pep Club 91 Pepich PeterJ 1711 164 Pequeno 1srael1731 186 Perdew Mrs Rosemary 32111 Perez CynthiaM 1741 199 Peters, Charlene 1731 132,186 Peters, Deborah 1721 176 Peters, Mark R. 1721 114,176 Peters, Michael C. 1711 164 Peters, Ray P. 1711 164 Peters, Sharon M. 1741 90,199 Petersen, Audrey J. 1731 189 Petersen, Susan 1711 104,164 Peterson, Deborah 176 Peterson, 1-loward C. 1741 102,119,199 Peterson, Penny C. 1731 186 Petran, Fred M. 1711 164 Petran, Mike 1741 118,199 Pettavino, Terry 1741 199 Pfaff, Gregory 1741 119,126,199 Pfaff, Terry Lynn 1721 179 Philip, Mrs. Louise 35 Philip, Paul 1711 81,164 Phillips Mr. Darryl 8 70,114,118,128 Ptullips Donna R 1741 90 97 109 199 Phillips JohnC 1711 169 Phillips Sandra 1731 187 Physical Education Department 34 Physical Science Club 98 Piccolo VincentF 1721 176 Piechowski Gloria 1741 90108 110 199 Piepenbrmk Janet1721 176 Pierce Bruct-:R 1711 114 131 164 Pierce MarkR 1741 199 Pieri Yvonne1731 187 Pillat GailM 1741 111199 Pmder Charles 1711 169 Pmgel BarbaraJ 1721 87176 Pionke BonnieJ 1721 179 Ptrron Daniel 1731 87 118 126 137 187 Pitisci Vince 1731 189 Plant MichaelJ 1721 176 Plemich MichaelS 1721 94176 Plemich SheilaJ 1741 132199 Pletz Paul Edward 1741 119 199 Pohly MarkR 1741 199 Polacek NorbertA 1721 114132176 Poland GregA 1731 139187 Pomian Georgelf 1711 129169 Ponzo VlckiL 1721 176 Poore Jean E 1721 76 78 80 91 104107 131 176 Porten JuheA 1721 176 Porters Earl 1721 101 176 Porters Je1'feryA 1731 187 Porters JerryA 1731 121 128 137 187 Post EdwinM 1721 176 Potas TheresaD 1741 90199 Potter Deborah 1711 89 104 132 164 Potter GeorgeR 1741 110199 Potter Gerald 1731 128187 Potter Phyll1sJ 1711 104164 Potter ThomasF 1741 86199 Poulos LynnC 1741 199 Poulsen Carol 1711 164 Powder Puff Football Game 73 Powell Kathleen 1711 78 84 85 164 Powers Anne 1711 78 82 83 94 164 Powers Frank 1731 187 Powers Kim M 1731 97 111 187 Poyer CarolA 1711 103164 Poyer Glenn 1731 187 Pranica RonK 1741 199 Pratt DebbieR 1721 179 Piejna Gaz-yR 1741 110199 Prejna RichardG 1711 164 Preo Mr Bruce Z2 23 Pressl LarryR 1731 76 77118 180 187 Pnehs ChristineL 1711 164 Pnntz TerryA 1731 187 Prokop DonnaM 1731 187 Prokop SharonA 1711 83164 Prom 68 Prostko KarlaJ 1741 97199 Prysi DouglasE 1741 130199 Purcell KevinD 1711 164 Puryear Carlton 1711 165 Puryear RichardC 1741 199 Putnam RaymondS 1721 176 Putz CherylE 1741 143199 Pyde Randall Alan 1741 118 119 199 Qualeatti Gail 1731 111187 Quigley JanetL 1721 104176 Qtull And Scroll 78 Quinn Kathleen1731 187 Quinn MichaelJ 1731 118124 142187 Rable DawnM 1731 189 Rado JuneP 1731 187 Rado KurtJ 1741 119199 Raeside CandiceL 1721 101 Rafielson Linda 1741 199 Rahn SherylA 1721 176 Rakyta Sherry Ann 1731 80 90 96 98 187 Randle JoyceA 1721, 88 176 Rano Frank L 1741 118128 199 Rauba Christme1741 106199 Rauba GeraldA 1741 119199 Ray David E 1711 53 68 76 77 88 89165 Read LauraL 1711 165 Read Rhvs 1731 80 95 96 99 187 Read Roddy 1711 17 114 116126 136 165 Reardon NancyM 1731 87187 Go ahead and touch it it won t bite back Relmann Max1ne1741 199 Reising RobertK 1721 114116137176 Reiss JohnG 1711 165 Reiss Joseph Frank 1721 8199176 Reitz GordonW 1741 118199 Rettz JackC 1711 116165 Reitz Russell Edw 1721 176 Renkosiak JaniceL 1741 86199 Representative Assembly 76 Ressler Sherr1A 1741 199 Retzer Davidii 1731 142187 Retzer PhillipE 1711 165 Reynolds CarolL 1711 73100165 Reynolds Mr Stanley 38 39 Rhodes DannyT 1731 87187 Rice Richard 1731 34 88 187 Rich Denise 1731 91 94 97 187 Richards Thomas1741 199 Richardson Jackie 1741 129 199 Rtchardson Judith 1731 106129 143 187 Riche Michae1J 1741 110 Richter JaneM 1721 93176 Richter Maryann 1711 93 165 Richter Robert 1731 124 142 187 Ricky Mike 1741 199 Rtder Donna 1721 176 Ridgeway MaryM 1711 165 Ridgeway WilliamB 1731 187 Riding Club 111 Riefslu Jeanette 1721 176 Riggs Linda Ann 1741 102199 Riley MicheleM 1741 74 131 135 199 Riplinger Sharon 1731 189 Roach Patricia 1721 176 Robbins JamesE 1711 165 Roberts DawnM 1731 132189 Roberts JanisA 1711 85165 Roberts JeffreyL 1721 176 Roberts Ra ondD 1711 165 Roberts Ro rtaC 1731 187 Robertson Michael 1731 142187 Robertson William 1711 78 105 122 165 Robinson DebraR 1721 104131 177 Robmson Jana 1731 187 Rohr Mary Ann 1731 187 Rohrs Chuck Fred 1731 RoJewski Karen 1711 93165 Romano Karen L 1721 104 107 135 177 Romano Sandy 1741 106129199 Rompala RichardA 1741 199 Rooney MaryJ 1721 177 Roper LindaL 1721 107177 Rosati StephenA 1741 199 Rose Miss Doral 35104 Rosen Miss Barbara 27 Rosen Barbara1721 179 Rosenstem Sherry 1711 165 Roser Rebecca 1721 37 80 104 177 179 Ross Carol1711 169 Ross Corinne 1741 90106143 199 Ross DawnL 1731 111187 Ross Hall 1731 117 Ross Mrs Judith 27 Ross Laura Lynn 1731 108187 Ross Les1ieM 1711 132166 Ross RickM 1721 117137177 Rothenberger Brenda 1731 199 Rothenberger Debbie 1741 90 102 199 Rothermel Brian 1731 137 187 Roths MartinC 1711 166 Rotor Susan 1741 199 Roush Ellen 1721 97 177 Router RandalC 1741 199 Router Susan 1721 28129177 Rowbottom Richard 1721 177 Rowland GaryJ 1721 140177 Rowland MaryD 1741 199 Rowley RichardT 1741 118 125199 Ruane Marikay1741 199 Rud Jeffrey Carl 1721 139177 Rudnik JosephR 1711 166 Rudnik LouiseM 1711 169 Rudolph CharlesR 1711 169 Rudolph Richard 1731 187 Ruff TerryAJ 1741 133199 Ruggiero iche1e1741 199 Rusboldt Candy L 1721 9197 120 135 177 ls 'S 1 . 'S 1 ' ' ' . - 1 1 1 9 .- 4 - f f 1 - I . . . . . . . . 1 U . . . 1 armenter,J.Anne1741 109,199 P1yoy,Mike L.1i21 116,126,140,l46,176 ' ' . I ' '. . Rws,15apie11791 iav I' ,1 1 I- 1 1 '- V 'v 'l ' 1" h 1 1' 1 . A , h 1 1 1 A . 1 1 1' 1 I 1 1 A 1 ' - 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 I' . ' , ' ' 1 l 1 ' . 1 1' 1 ' i - . ' . 1- ' . - R , . H . , ' . 1' 1 - 1 ' . 1' 1 I , . ' I 1 . 1- . . . . . Q . Q . . , . , Pergander, James P. 1711 78,130,131,164 Perkins, Benjimin 1731 189 Perkins, Mr. William, Jr. 36 Pero, Karen 1741 176 Pero, Kathie M. 1741 199 Pershing, Georgeann 1741 199 Person, Mr. Richard 39 Pesche, William S. 1741 199 Petelle, Carl R. 1741 128,199 Petelle, Gary L. 1711 105,164 Rebman,ASc0tt C. 1721 76,80,120,137,176 Reddy. Bill1711 101,165 Reder, Jeanne M. 1711 165 Redmond, Donald M. 1721 117 Reed, Melanie 1721 176 Reel, Robin R.1741 119 Reeves, Mr. Avon 25,101 Reeves, Jean J. 1731 189 Reich, Lorraine 1721 179 Reid, Alan 1731 187 Rob1nson,J0e1711 103,169 Roche, Fred 1741 81,199 Rodig. Dianne Lee 1721 108,120,135,177 Rogers, Barbara J. 1731 187 Rogers, Kim R. 1711 105,165 Rogers, Mark S. 1711 105,165 Rogers, Tom James 1721 177 Rohde, Donald G. 1741 119,125,199 Rohde,John1731 142,187 Rohde, Patrick G. 1741 119,199 Rusboldt, Susan Ann 1731 91,187 Rush, Carol Mary 1711 103,166 Rushing, James1711 169 Russell, David 1731 187 Russian Club 94 Russo, Jacqueline 1731 96,187 Russo,John1721 116,122,177 Russo, lmynda Gail 1731 76,90,97,189 Russo, argaretM,1731 87,106,187 Ryan, Mary Beth 1721 84,132,177 Talon Index 221 Smith, Ryan, MichaelJ. 1743 130,199 Ryan, Paula M. 1731 187 Rymarz, Mr. Daniel 24 Rzeczkowski, Alfred 1741 199 Rzepecki, Susan A. 1743 86,199 S Sadrakula, Lorraine 1711 73,83,84,89,166 Sage, Angela 1731 187 Sales, Richard Lee 1721 120,136,137,177 Salinsky, Andrea 1743 76,129,199 Salinsky, Thea Mary 1723 97,177 Sallwasser, Anne 1733 111,187 Sallwasser, Dorothy 1743 199 Sanches, Gregory 1733 187 Sanches, Jerry 1723 103.179 Sanchez, Mayda 1723 94,179 Sander, David P. 1731 118 Sanders, Aaron 1743 81,199 Sanders, Mary M. 1723 177 Sandine, Richard W. 1713 101,166 Sands, Holly 1723 179 Sanelli, Kathy 1743 200 Santoni, Barbara 1741 94,200 Sarich, Michael 1731 133,187 Sarich, Steven W. 1721 106,117,177 Sarni, Kevin M. 1713 81,114,120,150,166 Sartori, Robert 1743 119 Sasser, Kimberly A. 1711 166 Saugling, Mike C, 1743 200 Saulka, Stephen C. 1723 177 Savage, Daniel1711 166 Savage, Joanne M, 1721 177 Savage, Lynn D. 1723 98,129,177 Savage, T omas J. 1743 200 Savino, David M. 1743 88,118,128,200 Sawicki, John W. 1713 166 Sawicki, Terri 1733 187 Sawin, Joanne F. 1711 166 Scarpelli, Nina 1713 166 Schaap, Mr. Timothy 36,135 Schaedel, Diane 1743 106,200 Schaedel, Robert 1733 118,142,187 Schanken,John W. 1713 166 Schar, Linda M. 1723 135,177 Scharf, Mrs. Dorothy 25,100 Schauer, Jan 1721 179 Scheidler, George L. 1711 101,169 Scheman, Loren J. 1713 166 Scherer, Mr. Robert 36 Scherkenbach,Jed J, 1711 166 Sdlerkenbach, Kurt 1743 200 Schiavone, Joseph 1743 102,200 Schilling, Vicki .1711 166 Schimmelman, Mr. Fred 41 Schinkoeth, Donald 1743 118,128,200 Schinkoeth, Leonard 1711 114,116,126,166 Schirmer, Karen L. 1733 187 Schlack, Diane 1733 187 Schlak, Doug H. 1743 133,200 Schlatter, Ronald C, 1711 78,B5,97,166 Schleisman, Tim J. 1721 177 Schmalbeck, Pam A. 1723 83,132,177 Schmanke, Alan P. 1711 15,114,136,166 Schmid, Steve R. 1711 80,9-1,166 Schmidt, Frances A. 1731 90,93,187 Schmidt, George A. 1713 140,166 Schmidt, Theresa 1733 45,188 Sdlmidt, Thomas D. 1713 15,114,134,135, 146,167 Schmitt, Gerrie 1711 167 Schnackel, Nancy A. 1721 177 Sdmackel, Penelope 1731 188,189 Schneck, Alan 1743 86,200 Schneider, Clifford 1721 179 Schneider, David R. 1723 116,177 Schneider, Gail A. 1713 78,115,167 Schneider, Howard P. 1711 167 Schneider, Steven M. 1743 200 Schoenbeck, Dale 1733 61,118,124,142,188 Schoenbeck, David 1713 167 Schoenberger, Miss Mary 98 Schoffen, Henry J. 1721 179 Schon, Glenn 1731 188 Schonder, Jeff A. 1713 167 Schornagel,John1713 103 Schroeder, Janet D. 1723 177 Sdiroeder, Jody Ann 1743 131,143,200 Schroeder, Mary 1731 90,188 Schroeder, RobertG, 1721 177 Schroeder, Sharon L. 1721 88,177 Scl1uett,PaulD. 1723 177 Schultz, Michael J. 1711 101,167 Schulz, Rick 1743 200 Schulz, Rodneg L. 1723 177 Schumacher, arbara1733 90,188 Schumacher, Cornell 1743 86,200 Schumacher, Richard 1743 119,200 Schuman, Randy 1733 121,137,188 Schumann, Richard C. 1711 101,114 Schutz,Janette1731 188 Schwartz, Debra M. 1741 131,200 Schwartz, Miss Diane 28 Schwartz, Hal1731 188 Schwartz, Mr. Wendell 27,78 Schweda, Frank 1711 105,114,116, 165 Schweda, Kenneth 1731 118,188 Schwedler, Sandy J. 1741 61,97,143,200 Sdence Department 36 Swla, Frank John 1723 106,117,140,177 Sooleri, Lisa P. 1743 200 Smtt, Bob 1711 169 Scott, Katherine 1731 189 Seasly, John Mark 1721 17,80,116,137,177 Seasly, Mary Ann 1733 90,188 Sebastian, Terry D. 1713 167 Seeling, Patty Ann 1721 104,179 Seger, Mai? 1741 200 Seger, San ra1723 177 Seick, Margaret 1711 167 Seick, Mary J. 1731 97,188 Seigfl, Mr. Thomas 35,90,119,124,140, 1 222 Talon Index Seidlitz, Michael D. 1721 87,117,126,177 Seitz, Martha A. 1711 93,131,167 Sietz, Pau1G. 1743 98,130,200 Selep, Mary 1743 200 Se1kurt,Scott1711 167 Sellers, Teresa 1731 188 Selsvik. Marcella 1731 188 Semar, Semar. Denice K. 1711 73,167 Keith Wm. 1733 61,142,188 Semcek, Bradley F. 1731 188 Semcek, Laurel 1741 200 Semple, Thomas G. 1721 177 Seniors 150 Scnior Summaries 208 Sepke, Margaret 1733 189 Sepke, Michael J. 1711 167 Serino, Mel0dye1741 90.91,135,200 Sersen, Debra A, 1733 188 Service, Mark Allen 1731 118,188 Setzke , Ron E.1711 100,169 Seyfried,Sue1733 188 Shad, Julianne M. 1723 177 Shakon, Debbie 1741 200 Sharon Shaver Shaver , Greg E. 1743 121,130,200 Lari Jo 172 79 88 177 . 3 . . ,Teri Lynn 1743 200 Shearon, Kevin W. 1711 167 Shearon, Scott R. 1721 177 Sheehan, Christine 1741 90,109,200 Sheehan, Debra Ann 1721 177 Shelfer, Bill 1741 200 Shellhorn, Sallie 1711 73,167 Shelton, Mrs. Jean 44 Sheppard, Helen M. 1721 108,177 Shewski, John D. 1723 116,122,177 Shimnan, Melanie S. 1733 111,143,187 Shipman, Bonnie C. 1741 97,109,135,190, 200 Shortt, Lowell 1733 188 Showers. Mr. Burton 21,39.76,77 Showman, Pam M. 1721 88,177 Shutt, Dean .I. 1723 99,177 Sichrovsky, Chris 1731 189 Sicoli, Peter F. 1721 140,177 Sidor, Richard J, 1731 188 Sidwell, Pam 1713 167 Siebeck, Michael J. 1721 177 Siegel, Regine 1723 91,94,178 Siekerman, Mark J. 1723 120,137.178 Siers, Carole E, 1713 100,167 Silva, Joe 1723 178 Silverberg, Maxine 1741 200 Sirnek, Stephen 1733 188 Simon, Simon, Donald173J 188 Jo ce 1711 100,167 Sinclair, '1yhomasT. 1713 98,169 Singer, Mary E. 1731 ian Sinkler, Lynn 1741 200 Sisco, Carol C, 1721 91,92,97,178 Sittner, Bruce A. 1733 188 Siwik, Cynthia 1741 200 Ska1a,DanielJ. 1711 167 Skala, Ron V. 1741 201 Skallerup, Tod L. 1743 86,200 Skelly, Skelly, Patricia M. 1721 88,178 Terrence J. 1731 118,124,188 Ski Club 97 Skord, Sandy 1723 178 Skoufes, Kathy 1711 167 Skoufes,Mary1733 188 Slawinski, Luann 1733 90,188 Sloan, Rober1J. 1733 118,137,188 Smallman, Nancie Ann 1733 108,111,188 Smit, John C., Jr. 1713 121,167 Smith, Barbara 1731 86,117,188 Smith Brenda 72 37178 1 1 3 . Smith, Debra 1733 90,95,142,188 Smith, JanetM. 1743 200 Smith, Jeffrey 1741 125,200 Smith, Kenneth 1731 88,188 Smith, Kerrie 1723 103,179 Smith, Patricia J. 1721 178 Smith, Randall W. 1723 106,178 Smith. Robert S. 1733 188 Smith, Robert S. 1723 126,178 Ronald R. 1723 106,117,122,178 Smith, Scott E. 1741 118,200 Smolinsky, Marca A. 1723 37,97,178,179 Smorynski, Judith 1743 110,201 Snavely, Mrs. G13 27 Sneed,Lorraine .1711 179 Snow, Kevin M. 1733 188 Snyder, Donna Rae 1711 167 Snyder, Jeffery 1731 88,188 Snyder, Patricia S. 1723 80,97,104,107, 138,143,178 Snyder, Paul E, 1741 119,200 Snyder, Scott R. 1711 103,167 S ieski, RobertP. 1723 116,140,178 Social Science Department 38 Soderberg, Joel E. 1721 114,120,137,178 Soderstrom, Mr, John 27 Soiley, Debbie Ann 1731 188 Somogyi, Robert W. 1723 178 Sonego, David F. 1731 189 Sanger, Mr. E. Lowell 27 Sonntag,Bonnie1731 189 Sonoda,Dean1731 189 Sophie, Mrs. Audrey 30,102 Sophomores 180 Sorensen, David E. 1721 179 Sorensen, James E. 1711 167 Sorensen,Thumas1731 188 Soto, Alan 1711 169 Soutar, Deborah L. 1723 91,129,178 Soutar, Kathy M. 1743 131,200 Soyka,JanetM. 1723 178 Soyka,Sharon1741 90,200 Spakowicz, Joann 1721 178 Spanish Club 94 Spas, KarolL. 1741 200 Special Services 43 Speck, Dave R. 1721 178 Speer, GeanaM. 1723 107,178 Spehar, Lorie 1733 90,535,188 Spiegler,Tracy1731 188 Spillios, Pamela 1731 180,188 Sprague, Jim 1733 188 Sprague, Thomas E, 1721 178 Springer, Debra 1723 91,92,97,178 Springer, Dewain 1741 86,97,200 Springer, Linda 1731 188 Spring Musical 66 Squillacioti, Mary 1743 106,200 Staat, Douglas P. 1721 178 Stack, Charles F. 1711 167 Staffs 46 Stahl, John 1731 188 Stakebake, Michael 1731 118,188 Staley, Mr. Robert 27,82 Stam, Tina A. 1711 169 Stamis, Cynthia M. 1741 106,200 Stamis, Penelope 1733 91,132,188 Stamm, Linda 1721 178 Stamm, Paula 1731 188 Stanko, David 1731 188 Stanowski, Mr. Richard 44 Stapleton, James Wm. 1741 200 Stapleton, Mike J. 1723 106,178 Stapleton, Stephen 1731 87,188 Starck, Charles W. 1723 178 Stargardt, Elvira A. 1711 101,167 Stark, John J. 1731 118,188 srarkey, Mike J. 1741 119,200 Starkey, Sue 1741 90,200 Steele, Mark Wm. 1741 86,200 Steen. John H. 1743 201 Steffens, Cynthia 1743 200 Steffens,Terry1731 188 Steigerwald, Janet 1731 90,188 Stein, Mr. Joseph 39 Steinbart,Pau11721 178 Steinbart, Raymond 1741 200 Steinbraker, John 1721 178 Steinbraker, Tom 1741 88,200 Steingraber, Dale 1733 134 Steinhagen, Mike J. 1721 179 Stelk. Mr. Robert 27 Stevens, Donald 1743 125,200 Stevens, Kathy L. 1733 188 Stevens, Mark A. 1723 99,121,178 Stevens, Mr. Michael 36 Stevens, Sally A. 1713 167 Stevens, Troy 1743 200 Stewart, Richard J. 1711 167 Stiert. David E. 1733 94,913,189 Stiff, Ronald 1743 86,119,200 Stiles, Craig M. 1733 12l,124,142,188 Stinebaugh, Julita 1711 167 Stinger, Joseph M. 1741 200 Stivanson, Juliet 1741 200 Stivanson, Robert 1723 89,178 Stiver, Gregory D. 1721 179 Stoiber, Joann M. 1711 100,167 Stollfus, Nancy 1731 90,188 Stoltman, Joseph P. 1723 178 Stone. Cherie 1731 91,188 Storc, Steve M. 1723 178 Smrhaug, Mark 1743 200 Stork, John 1731 189 Stracek, Bonnie 1731 188 Strachan, Kim 1743 200 Strassburger, Paul 1743 200 Straumann, Carl F. 1733 121,137,188 Straw. Sara Lee 1731 131,188 Streeky, Heidi 1721 178 Strebler, Kenneth 1733 121,188 Strebler, RobertJ, 1711 116,136 Strentz,Michael1731 189 Strobel, Jane1711 169 Stredfert,Faith1731 188 Suxckel, Robert 1733 188 Stnckert, Denise L. 1731 188 Stuckert, Karen J. 1721 107,178 Studgelialls 42 Stue ,JimJ.1713 167 Shiebe,Patricia1741 200 Sturek, Richard A. 1723 178 Sturgeon, Bruce A. 1721 117,134,178 Stybr, DanielC. 1723 178 Suckow, Ruth E. 1713 167 Suerth, Michael 1731 121,188 Suhanek, Linda M. 1733 90,188 Sulla, Thomas A. 1743 96,200 Sullivan, Mr. Juan 27 Sullivan, Patrick 1741 200 Sully, Mr. George 28,98 Sumdpter, Willia M. 1711 169 Sun blom, David 1731 130,188 Swain, David A, 1741 200 Swanson, Gayle D. 1711 169 Swanson. Kristie 1741 200 Swanson, Randall M. 1721 106,178 Swearingen, Keith W. 1711 168 Swedberg, Gary M. 1721 106,140,178 Swedberg, Kenneth 1731 188 Swenson, Seri Ann 1713 98,168 Swetman, Cindy L. 1741 200 Swetman, Rick L. 1713 131,168 Swiech, Eugene M. 1741 200 Swierenga, David 1743 128,200 Swierenga, Henry 1731 188 Swier, Diane Maria 1721 90,514,179 Swift. Holly 1731 188 Swimming 132 Szewczyk, Stella 1741 200 Szostek, Chester 1731 37,130,189 Szostek, Lester L. 1713 168 Szumny. Kathryn D. 1733 188 Szumny, Steven 1741 102,200 Szwiec,Gail1713 168 T Table Of Contents 3 Takamoto, Ann 1731 98,111,188 Takamoto, Ellen N. 1713 92,168 Tako, Steve 1731 189 Talbot, John 1711 168 Talon 82 '1'amis,Gerry1721 179 Tautz, George N. 1721 80,94,96,178 Taylor, David W. 1741 200 Taylor. Jeannette L. 1721 178,189 Teeters, Diane L. 1743 129,200 Tegtmeier, Gail 1723 101,178 Tegtow, Roy J. 1721 103,179 Teichert, Nancy A. 1731 188 Tennis 138 Terrara, Mike 1733 189 Terrell, David 1731 139,188 Terrell. Karen Lee 1721 83,178 Don Jastrebski took the initiative to lead Falcons in the spring cleaning of their lockers. esmer, Mark R. 1721 134,178 esmer, Scott 1741 200 ews, Bill 1711 169 hedori, William H, 1741 200 heesfeld, Mr. David 32,118,126,127 heile, Kathy Jo1731 87,94.13l,188 heobald, Miss Melva 30 herkildsen, Mrs. Joyce 35 hiel. Glen E, 1731 94,139 hieme, Patricia 1741 200 homan, Timothy T. 1721 99,168,178 homas,Dean1731 103,189 homas, Jack P1741 200 homas, James C. 1731 87,188 homas, Mrs. Judy 43 homas, Ric 1731 188 homas Sue C. 1741 102,200 hompson, Carol 1731 188 hompson, Mike 1741 200 hompson, Richard H. 1721 78,139,178 mson, Mr. Leroy 81 homson, Mr. Leroy S. 31 home. Mr. Mark 27,125,142 horsen, Linda J. 1741 98,200 horsen, Susan Jean 1721 89,178 hroop,JanetE.1731 111,188 i1l,Janice Lynn 1731 188 imm, Bonnie S. 1731 79,117,188 ipsword, John F. 1731 178 isdale, Edgar A. 1721 97,111,178 jarks, Mr. Gary 21 ofilon, James J. 1731 188 ofilon, John G. 1721 67,89,117.l78 olf, Gayle A, 1711 78,80,94,107,168 o1f,Karen M. 1731 94,106,111,188 ' olman, Mr. Douglas 32,110,139 omas, Alan P. 1731 189 omholato, Micheal 1741 200 ombolato, Richard 1741 119,200 omita, Lorelei L. 1711 168 omasek, Wayne C. 1721 103,178 ompkins, Steven R. 1731 188 ooredman, Mrs. Kathy 39 opolinski, Debra 1741 132,200 opping, Deborah 1141 111,131,142,200 opping, Mitchell 1731 188 omquist, Ken 1741 200 orricelli, Jeffrey 1731 188 osb Donald Scott 1711 114 132,133,168 Y- . osch,Gary1741 88,119,200 osch, Sandi G. 1711 73,118,168 oth,Janice1721 178 ousey, Michael D. 1731 133,188 oux,Scott1711 179 achbrodt, Patricia 1741 200 rack 136 raina, Linda 1721 178 1 raub, Randy C. 1711 53,ll6,126,l68 ravis, Cynthia 1741 200 ravis, Miss Travis 35 1 raynor, Gary E. 1731 189 i1'3yl101',Sl.lS81'l E. 1711 101,168 1 neadwell, Roger 0. 1721 200 1 neder, Bruce 1741 119,200 I renter, Marilyn 1711 78,853,168 1 ri-M 79 rinkle, Frank 1741 201 ripp, Russell G. 1741 99,119,201 rippiedi, Carl 1741 125,201 riske, Don 1731 189 1-me, Patrick E. 1711 101,168 1 rossen, Lori 1741 90,106,143,201 I musil, PaulA. 1731 118,142,189 mutman, Leslie L. 1711 78,79,82,B3,88, 91,95,104,129,168 mjillo, Cris M. 1741 143 rump, Mrs. Ida 32 naskus, John 1731 189 Tselos, Betty 1741 201 ucker, George 1711 168 ucker, Lorraine Y. 1721 179 ulchin,Jil1H. 1721 179 uminaro, Michael 1741 201 uomi, Mrs. Ruth 27 urba, Charles G. 1721 99,178 urcotte, Jean L. 1711 89,168 1 urner, Diane L. 1731 189 Turner, Kim 1731 87,111,138,l89 Turney, Cheri 1741 201 Tweed, William 1711 168 Tyk, Michael 1731 137,189 Tyk, Steven E. 1721 120,179 Tylitzki, Diane L. 1721 178 Tylitzki, Linda Lee 1721 178 Tyszko, John 1741 118,119,201 Tzouanopoulos, Gus 1731 189 U Uhl, Miss Diane 44 Uhren, Miss Karen 44 U1lrich,Terri 1741 143 Ulreich, Gail S. 1731 Umberger, Mr. Alfred 32 Uppling, Richard K. 1711 100,168 Urban, Karen J, 1711 93,168 Urban, Richard 1731 118,128,189 Urda, Theodore 1741 87,1l9,130,201 Urgesi,Enza1731 189 Urzesi, Philomena 1711 169 V Vachon, Richard 1731 189 Valentino, Mike C. 1721 117,140,178 Valentino, Val A. 1711 l05,114,116,168 Valenziano, Deborah 1721 178 Va1ko,Gerald1721 140,178 Valko, Greg 1721 140,178 Van Antwerp, William 1721 178 Vanden Boom, Ann B. 1711 88,89,168 Vanden Boom, Paula 1731 90,911,189 Vandervliet, Arleen 1741 144,201 Vanadia.Ronald1721 179 Van Diggelen, Diane 1721 97,131,178 Van Hom, Marsha G. 1721 88,911,178 Vanschaick, Clinton 1731 189 Van Wye, Valerie 1731 90,189 Vassios, Stephanie 1731 90,97,l11,131,189 Variety Show 56 Vaughn. Bridget 1721 88,178 Vavra, Rita C. 1721 178 Ventura, Michael 1741 118,128,201 Vercelli. Dolores 1711 78,85,104,l68 Vercelli, Kathleen 1731 189 Verdico, John 1741 118,201 Verdico, Susan M. 1731 93,189 Veseling, John 1711 101,168 Vevang, Marianne 1721 92,178 Viewer 84 Vincent, Tim Paul 1721 106,140,146,178 Vinson, Allan R. 1741 119,201 Virta,DonaldN. 1711 168 Vitale, VincentJ. 1741 119,201 Viwezeano, Keven 1741 201 Vlamis, George 1731 189 Vocational Co-Ordinators 25 Vogel, Judith Ann 1731 189 Voigt, Bob David 1731 124,137,189 Voigt, Donald 1741 125,201 Voiss, Janice Kay 1731 61,189 Volanti, James 1741 118,125,201 Voll,JimR.1731 189 Vollkommer, George 1721 87,119,178 Vombrack, Harry 1741 201 Vonckx,Joseph1741 119,201 Vosmik,KathiJ.1711 100,168 Voyta, Ralph, Jr. 1741 121,201 Vrandack, Linda 1711 101,169 Vrandack, Marianne 1721 178 V1shek,JanetSue1731 189 Vyleta, Kenneth J. 1731 178 W Waclawski, Sandra 1741 143,201 Wagner, Jane A. 1721 178 Wagner, Robert F. 1741 201 Wagner, RobertG. 1731 118,128,189 Walden, Gary T, 1711 168 Waldron, Nancy A. 1721 93,104,178 Waldron, Patricia 1711 104,168 Walker, Duane W. 1721 178 Walker, Mark 1741 201 Walker, Robert A. 1721 80,178 Walker, Roy W. 1721 178 Wall, Janice C. 1711 93,168 Wallerstew, Miss Sue 28 Walls, Michael E. 1741 102,201 Walsh, Jerri Ann 1731 189 Walsh, Joseph 1741 201 Walsh, Michael D, 1741 106,134,178 Walsh, Patrick 1721 201 Walta, Debbie Anne 1721 93,97,104,178 Walter, Jim A. 1721 178 Walter, Patricia 1711 168 Walters,Chris1711 168 Waltmire, David 1741 86,201 Wander, Lori L. 1721 93,178 Ward, Cathy L. 1741 201 Washington, Mrs. Darlene 28,95 Wasniewski,Catl1ie 1721 201 Wasniowski, Yolanda 1741 201 Wassman, Robert M, 1721 118,178 Wassman,Tim1741 201 Waswo, Lee Alan 1731 189 Waterhouse, James 1741 201 Waterhouse, Mary L. 1721 178 Watkins, Joyce E. 1711 168 Watson, Daniel T. 1721 178 Watson, Douglas T. 1711 105,168 Wayda, Roxanne D. 1721 91,97,131,178 Wayman, Leslie 1711 169 Wayman,TerryL.1721 178 Wead,James S. 1721 179 Weber, Barbara Ruth 1721 89,93,179 Weber, Bonnie L. 1711 100,169 Weber, Dawn1711 169 Weber, Michele 1731 189 Weber, Ray M. 1721 179 Weed,Ccynthia Sue 1731 90,189 Weger, arolLynn1731189 Weger, Catherine 1721 104,131,179 Wegerer, Mark 1741 102,118,125,201 Wegner, James J. 1721 114,116,137,179 Wegner, John 1711 88,169 Wehunt, Carol 1741 201 Weidel, Debra J. 1721 101,179 Weil,l.aurie1711 169 Weinstock, Robert 1741 201 Weir, William R. 1731 189 Welch,Sarah J. 1721 179 We1ker,Joy1731 92,189 Wells, Bernice 1731 189 Wells, Debi 1711 79.169 Wells, Donald Howard 1711 169 Wells, Mike1741 198 Wells, Steve L. 1721 106,179 Wenzel, Dan J. 1741 201 Wenzel, Michael 1731 189 Werling, MichaelC. 1731 87,189 Werner, Barbara A. 1721 104,107,179 Wertepny, Doug 1741 201 Wessel,Susan L. 1721 179 Westdale, Fred L. 1721 106,114,132,179 Wetterling, Mark 1741 128,201 Wheat, David Scott1731 189 Whitchurch, Joyce 1741 53,90,109,194,201 Whitcombe,Carl1721 179 White, Jeffery M. 1721 94,179 White, Michael J. 1741 86,201 White, Michael L. 1741 119,201 White, Ronda L. 1731 90,91,142,189 Whitehead, Karen 1741 201 Wickham, Brad 1741 201 Wickline, Susan 1741 90,201 Widlowski, Mr. Charles 44,45 Widmark, Richard K. 1711 81,169 Wiebe, Chris D. 1711 169 Wiebe, Leslie L. 1711 169 Wiegard, Robert J. 1721 179 Wiemer, Melvin R. 1721 94,126,179 Wierec, Maryann 1731 79,90,93,189 Wieser, Michael 1731 189 Wilde, Mr. Charles 27,62 Wilder, Lynne Marie 1731 90,189 Wilder, Roxann 1711 169 Wilds, Jayne L.. 1741 201 Will1,Gerald1731 189 Wilk, Marie 1741 90,132,201 Wilkens, Carol M. 1731 132,189 Wilkerson, William 1731 98,189 Wilkinson, Mary M. 1731 189 if Dg,,eJ6111P0J5111'k 1X 6,0 9in1,1M1M.1 1JS,,111i1"5 00961111 rfijwidp, 111 Willert, Alan K. 1711 78,135,169 Willert, Gary 1741 125,201 Willes, Charles 1731 80,142,189 Willes, Margaret M. 1711 93,104,128,169 Williams, Candice L. 1721 88,179 Williams, Cynthia 1741 201 Williams, Denise 1741 201 Williams, Mrs. 1-leather 27 Williams, Patricia 1731 189 Williams, Sheryl L. 1741 108,201 Willis, Catherine 1721 98,179 Willis, Wayne R. 1711 169 Wilson, Rick 169 Wimberly, Jeannie 1731 101,189 Wimberly, Joanie 1741 Winkelmann, Kristi 1721 89,179 Winkler, Carol 1741 90,142,201 Winkler, James A. 1721 102,179 Winn,Cynt.hia L. 1711 169 Winn, Nancy M. 1721 179 Winsell, Greg J. 1711 169 Winter Play 62 Wise, James 1741 121,201 Winsaver, Mr. Grant E. 31 Wise, James 1741 121,201 Wisniewski, Debbie 1721 179 Witt, LaurelE. 1731 189 Wittenberg, Jo Anne 1711 169 Wogelius, Dorothy 1741 131,201 Wohszab, Elisabeth 1731 189 Wojciuch, Donald J. 1721 179 Wojciuch, Ronald 1741 201 Wol1,Roxanne1731 189 Woll, Robert 1741 110,201 Wolff,1'1aroldG.1711 169 Wolfgram,JoeP. 1731 189 Wollenburg, Mr. John 24 Woloshcyn,Jay1741 201 Wood, arla172195,179 Wood,JoanM.1741 87,201 Wood, Robert 1741 118,128,201 Woodsmall, Donald 1731 119,122,189 Woodsmall, Mary C. 1721 88,179 Woodworth, Ruth A. 1711 100,169 Work Programs 100 Worth, Kristine K. 1721 179 Wrestling 126 Wright, Debbie 1731 100,189 Wright, Diane C. 1731 189 Wright, Pat1741 102,111,201 Wurster, Geri 1711 169,179 Wybest, Jill A. 1711 53,145,169 Wykel, Becky 1741 201 Wynne, Richard 1741 97,201 Y Yaeger, David 1741 125,195 Yates. David W. 1731 133,169 Yeater, Eric B. 1721 179 Yoder, Donna J. 1711 104,169 Young,Janice1731 189 Young, Karen M. 1711 78,104,145,169 Young, Ken R. 1721 179 Young, Mark E. 1731 189 Z Zack,James L. 1731 118,189 Zack, Jeffery L. 1721 116,179 Zanardo, Scott Paul 1721 99,179 Zarbrook, Nancy A. 1711 101,169 Zawacki, Glen 1741 119,201 Zawacki, Janet M. 1721 132,179 Zeek, Randy Joe 1721 103,179 Zeivel, Robert K. 1721 179 Zeivel, Daniel D. 1711 169 Zeivel, Roger 1731 189 Zelk, Kim 1731 90,189 Zenaty, Gregory F. 1721 179 Zenaty, Roger 1711 103,169 Zimmer, Brigitte1731 189 Zimmer, Kristie 1711 88,169 Zimmerman, Mrs. Debra 39 Zuzula, Miss Dorothy 44 Zwik,Randy1741 97,201 cf- . E71 ' , . B Talon Index 223 '1'k9.S.0. lfti-Asmcasan-0. jig? LmM QQ? XJFQSXHSFQ, N855 'P mlscwvvkn, buzdswwssb 355- 6833909 MQLQMWMBA Final Note Not many people realize how much work goes into the production of a high school yearbook. 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