Fremont High School - Black And Gold Yearbook (Fremont, NE)

 - Class of 1973

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All FBLA members this year were in- volved in Office Occupations and held secretarial or other office-related positions in the Fremont area. Once a month the club went on a field trip to observe a Fremont office during its business hours. An employee- employer banquet capped the year. Front row: C. Douglas, L. Legler, L. Novak, Pres.. S. Michael, Vice-pres. L. Spon. Mr. K. Nelson. L. Hanis. D. Claussen, J. Forsberg, R. Christiansen, P. Ebel, Christensen, Sec. C. Mesenbrink. Treas. C. McClean, N. Leininger. Back row. B. Osborn. Spon. Miss W. Sickman. 3 . W K 4 . ie P Q L. 5 tn.. 1-,La , 'Q 1 i - slip-fm--nu-u-we 2 M A " ' 7 my . . . .,,,.. 1 Front row: Pres. J. Weinberg, Vice-pres. D. Soukup, Rep. V. Kukoly, Treas. J Grobeck, Sec. L. Stigge, Hist. P. Sperstad, Second row: Spon. M. R. Hergenrader, D. Barcus, J. Lamuel, S. Dart, R. Kinney, P. Kastrup, P. Glenn, J. LaRocca, M Baker. D. Hlanen, S. Anderson. Third row: K. Hansen, D. Karlin. C. Sorenson. C Club "wmw..,. it iii Vi' M-.ww..,...,.f f.MM.,,.,. 1 2' M o 9 1 ww - Kumm, D. Curren. J. Schendt, G. Carlson. L. Gaughenbaugh, C. Sutton, D. Ransford. D. Christensen, B. Hultgren. Back row: M. Buland, R. Lodl. J. McKinney, J. Garrison, S. Yenney, D. Hoschiet, S. Hespen, G. Schaefer, V. Eden. M. Mitchell, R. Ranslem, D. Pimper, B. Katz. crowns Soukup Sweetheart Fremont's Distributive Education Club of America gives those students that are in- terested in work study programs a chance to learn more about business and marketing in the classroom but also from outside work experience. DECA members organized and spon- sored the annual Christmas dance and the crowning of Miss Merry Christmas and Mr. Happy New Year. Other ac- tivities included a hockey game, and a picnic and the year ended with an employer-employee banquet. DECA Sweetheart for l972-l973 was Debbie Soukup. Senior DECA member Penny Sperstad departs for her iob as part of the work study program members par- ticipate in. Mr. Robert Hergenrader sponsors the club and teaches the marketing classes. Medical fields interest Future Nurse members Future Nurses is an organization design- ed for anyone, boys or girls, that is in- terested in the medical field. It is not limited to people in nursing as many believe. FNA toured the new part of the hospital seeing things visitors normally do not see. They were able to observe a Crash Cart, a cart that is brought to a patient's bedside when breathing or the heart stops. Members helped the Bloodmobile and also worked at Arbor Manor two or three days a week. Experience in helping others and the chance to learn about new and in- teresting fields in medicine are the rewards. Front row: J. Hurt. C. Kumm, D. Heckman, C. Miller. M. Mcgee. Second rowx E. Mrs. Hellings. Back row. J. Wobig, C. Thompson, S. Hamsa. K. Graulich, S. Taege, Kempke, R. Beach, J. Rice,J. Johnson, G. Greunke, S. Boss.Third row: Spon. Miss R. MeyersQ M. Benson, J. Brand. These members assisted regularly at Arbor Roberts, R. Buhrman, H. Spilinek, M. Uhlik, L. Korshoi. P. Brown, S. Menck, Spon. Manor as aids. i Mr. Bud Troutner. District Representative for Explorers of America is a guest speaker at an FTA meeting. Seniors Melody Watson and Kathy Stafford listen attentively to the opportunities of education. Future Teachers look at education Sophomore Nancy Line comforts small child while visiting the Opportunity Center on a FTA field trip. The trip to the center was one of the many activities which FTA members participated in. Future Teachers of America gives students a chance to take a realistic look at the field of education, it's challenges, opportunities and services to society. Also to analyze the many related fields that are open to people with an educator's background. Members worked as teacher's aides, observed teaching in elementary schools and listened to guest speakers throughout the year. Activities included a Christmas party, selling at basketball games, bowling, hay rack rides and roller skating. FTA helped promote American Education Week. Attention focuses on Karinda Petersen as she con- tributes her opinion to the discussion lt if Mai F v ,tl V 4 i ' I ,liar lllll ml i tlf el El . t W slr, tl . ft t I ,. i d f 1 Q QE FHA to help individuals grow to fullest potential Preparing the agenda for the next meeting are Debbie Starkey and Cheryl Johnson. Future Homemakers of America is a national club open to both boys and girls and designed to help individuals grow to their fullest potential. The activities the club plans are designed to help in- dividuals reach their goals. The year's activities included a Halloween party, a Community service project and a Christmas caroling party. The FHS chapter of FHA won awards for attendance and best display at the dis- trict convention which was held in Fre- mont. The theme for the event was "Reflections of Life through FHA." The success of the group could be at- tributed to the leadership of their officers and guidance of Mrs. Sharon Anton. Front row: C. Schuett, C. Gates, Pres. C. Johnson, Sec. J. Harpster, S. Rix. Back row: Vice-pres. D. Starkey. C. Miller, S. Hultgren. Treas. F. Huffman, D. Law. D. Winters. Spon. Mrs. S. Anton, P. Reeg. Front row. Vice-pres. W. Jensen. Sec. D. Meyer, Pres. M. Heyne, Treas. S. Petersen. Second row. Spon. Miss V. Weber. L. Olson. W. Buettow, D. Wehrmann. W. Peitzmeir, C. Lund, M. Lundy, L. Knoell, M. Niebaum, L. Wilkenson. L. Updike, D. Phillips. Back row: N. Allen, E. Nissen, V. Hattan, D. Warneke, M. Johnson, C. Cooper, B. Raymond, L. Rohlfs, J. Hunter, S. Sass, P. Sherlock, J. Walraven. Y-Teens stress personal approach Cathy Cooper and Chris Lund pose for the . . .However Mary Law and Bobbi Raymond ig- Ph0'0S"aPl1er between mouthfuls. nore the photographer between mouthfuls. The purpose of Y-Teens is to build a fellowship of women and girls devoted to the task of realizing in life those ideals of personal and social living to which they are committed to by faith as Christians. Y-teens for the school year I972-l973 chose the more personal part of Y- teens, getting along with each other. Y- teens has tried something different this year by putting the girls into groups or families to eliminate the communication 83P- As president, Mariorie Heyne explained the idea behind the idea. "ln most clubs I have found that there is alack of com- munication between the members and the officers. lndividuality or a more per- sonal approach is what we are striving for in Y-teens this year." French Club s lls food to hungry student bod was-.,E. 6 L. French Club members seem to be enjoying themselves at a wienie roast with a family from France. The wienie roast was the first activity of the year for the growing organization. At the beginning of the school year French Club had a wienie roast with a family who had just moved to the United States from France. They next had a par- ty where everybody brought some homemade French pastry. Senior Jodie Lenser expressed everybody's feelings about it when she said, "Everything l sampled was delicious-and I sampled everything!" French Club was busy during October working on a French tiger for the Homecoming display that was a joint ef- fort of the three language clubs. The clubs also got together for a joint Christ- mas party. A main project of French Club was ear- ning money by bake sales so that a trip to a French cafe in Omaha could become a reality. In the spring the club organized a banquet at which French food was serv- ed. Q M 3 Front row: Vice-pres. L. Knoell, Sec. A. Rabe, Treas. G. Soukup, Pres. C. Johnson. Second row: B. Cunningham, C. Goodenough, J. McGee, D. Thomas, P. Thayer, L. Tonsfeldt, M. Sixta, K. Edgington, N. Eskilsen, N. Line. Third row: B. Fox, S. Leathers E. Nissen, K. Patrick, J. Steinpreis, B. Lambourn, L. Romans, J. Lenser, Spon. Miss B. Carlson. Back row: R. Hart, T. Caauwe, T. Brand, J. Grey, R. Miers, B. Raymond, M. Brannon, S. Livingston, D. Carnahan, V. Post, R. Fox. French Club participated in many activities with the other language organizations. Front row: Soph. Rep. C. Whitson, Treas. H. Spilinek, Sec. L. Sinnett, Pres. W. Jensen. Vice-pres. S. Daniels. Second row! N. Schleicher, M. Steiner, T. Rohrs, K. Jones, L. Lodde, C. Roh. L. Johnson, S. Jones, P. Means, K. George, Spon. M Keyes. Third row: M. Lundy, M. Clark, L. Koleno, D. Mundt, S. Yost, L. Gaughen W. Peitzmeier, W. Buettow, C. Gaston, S. Irish, L. Reier, L. Schwarting, S. Arm- brust. Fourth row: P. Wheelock. L. Legler. T. Burns. J. Kruse, A. Meyer, L. Thew, L. Henrichson, C. Henderson, A. Benham, P. George. L. Price, D. Luben, S. Yost, G. Cochran. Back row: N. Wilkinson, J. Borck, N. Rodaway, S. Bloom, F. Huffman, S. Carstensen, J. Steyer, H. Hoelscher. J. Bliven. J. Goldsberry, G. Bradford, D. Neubauer, R. Christensen. Interest in foreign language clubs was greatly in- creased at FHS in the last year. ' oys should join Spani h Club' 5 I This year there are approximately 85 members of Spanish Club. A person does not necessarily need to be taking Spanish to join, but an interest in the language and the Spanish speaking countries is J- helpful. f ' Some of the activities were a picnic, a 5 Christmas party with the French and German Clubs, a taco party and the if building of a second place Homecoming J, display with the other language clubs. Q For the celebration of the Carnival, it Spanish Club had a box lunch supper. f We This was to raise funds for the people . vi., ' who are planning a trip to Mexico. if 'w.?"'7E? Junior Lori Sinnett, secretary of the club, W commented on it. "Our display and car- nival turned out real well. More boys should join our club, it's a lot of fun." Junior John Steyer gets the show on the road by having things well in hand at the Spanish, German and French Club Carnival. Proceeds from the event were used to help finance students' trips abroad. German Club membershipexplodes German Club is an organization of students who have at some time taken German. This year there were I58 members sponsored by Mr. Robert Larsen and Mr. Allen Ahlers. German Club supported an orphan, costing the group Sl56 yearly. This is where the majority of the club dues went. The remainder went into a general fund. Some annual activities were. The Oktoberfest, a Christmas caroling party. a German dinner and finishing the year with the Spring picnic. "German Club allows us to do all the fun things, like drinking carbonated grape juice, that we normally just couldn't do in class. Did anyone think it was cham- pagne?" commented Herr Larsen. f"'W Front row: Jr. Rep. D. Mehlhaff, Soph. Rep. M. Christensen. Jr. Rep. V. Wehr- mann. Pres. S. Mahnke, Vice-pres. D. Meyer. Sec.-Treas. D. Wehmann, Soph Rep. M. Johnson. Second row. T. Taylor, S. Dovenbarger, J. Musbach, N. Menck B. Reber, J. Shadbolt. J. Schenzel, J. Barrett, P. Berg, J. Romans. M. Pettitt. J Hurt, L. Korshoj. C. Miller. D. Starkey, P. Madsen. C. Schuett. Third row: D Schuett, S. Brand, M. O'Brien. C. Espenschied, M. Mayer, D. Watchorn, N. Meier. D. Hilgenkamp, B. Bellis. H. Strong, C. Hasek, M. Bensen, L. Llpdike, C. Stodola.J Wrage, D. Hanen, J. Rese. Fourth row: M. Kalina, J. Bertelson, S. Echtenkamp, K. Kock, C. Day. T. Chapman, D. Stuenkel. G. Rector. M. Niebaum, V. Larsen. M. Howe, D. Hurley, M. Lundy, D. Anderson, B. Albright, A. Bradley. C. Wilson, K. Larsen, C. Hemmer. Back row: Spon. Mr. A. Ahlers, J. Hunter, D. Warneke, J. Woodcock, S. Larsen, E. Whitt, R. Jorgensen, N. Nichols, J. Brei. D. Cunningham. T. Goodwin, E. Gunnink, M. Christensen, K. Koch, G. Wagner, R. Brewer, A. Sorensen, B. Miller. P. Johnson, S. Sass. Front row: D. Sorge, Jr. Rep. D. Melhaff, Soph. Rep. M. Christensen, Jr. Rep. V. Wehrmann, Pres. S. Mahnke, M. Johnson. Second row: Spon. Mr. R. Larsen, J. Goree, K. Knoell, S. Thomsen, B. Leighton, D. Young, P. Cook, K. Morgan, C. Braasch, K. Parker, T. Tank, D. Cloeter. Third row: D. Deethardt, J. Brand, K. Wozniak. G. Johnson. K. Desler, S. Hafits, S. Brown, L. Wilkinson. K. Starkey, A. Wittman. M. Hansen, D. Austin, B. Lueke, G. Daehnke. Fourth row: C. Gaston, S. l l Williamson. R. Thompson, T. Waugh, C. McCright, T. Havekost, H. Haynes, C. Fallback, T. Settje, K. Holstein, K. Moss, L. Henrichson, D. Backens, S. Isaacson, R. Vetter, L. Hubbard. Back row: R. Chandler, D. Glenn, S. Skoog, S. Calta. G. Peter- son, B. Hendrix, J. Hansen, D. Best, J. Peters, M. Depue, M. Wise, S. Klabunde, B. Raymond, K. Graulich, S. Rector, K. Pedersen. Senior Gail Wagner finally persuades senior Tom Bucy to buy a package of candy sold by German students. "Gummy Bears" were imported from Germany and caught on quickly at FHS. Art Club frontrunners for club across state The Fremont High Art Club became the frontrunners for many of the art clubs across the state. One reason why they had such success was the club rules keeping the group together. Another reason is because they sought to make others happy. For instance, decorating the annex and giving holiday tokens to the elderly who lived there was a major Christmas activity. "The young art student can benefit greatly from other young artists in a cooperative effort and similar goals which is afforded them by an art club," explained Mr. Mike Reis, art teacher and co-sponsor along with Miss Nell McPher- son. 1 Art Club president Shawn Farley touches up a pain- ting. Shawn was a recipient of an Art Club Scholarship. i 5 , Front row Spon Mr Mike Reis Spon Miss Nell McPherson, P. Henrichson, D. Novotny, J. Grobeck. C. Miller. Back row: K. Magnuson, J. Schoeneck. K. Peder- Barcus K Riggs P Welty B Buhrig P Glenn Sec-Treas., S. Farley, Pres. Second son, D. Carnham, A. Meyer, D. Hoschiet, G. Wagner, L, Freitag, L. Stigge, D. row R J Timmerman P Vance L Hartley L. Thew, B. Kraft. N. Walker, P, Christensen, B. Albright. gy. Radio News and Broadcasting Club sponsored by Miss Ruth Lonn keeps the Fre- Stoltenberg. Many of Radio Broadcasting Club's past members have gone into mont area informed about the latest events at Fremont Senior High. Club communications careers. members include Steve Kuddes. Michael Mcllheran. Mary Tomonelli and Mike Student interests in media fostered 1 1 l l i.,.W.... ...L ,. lt takes the four members of Photo Club: Michele Kendrick, Becky Raymond, Debbie Muhle and John Hax- by to analyze a not-so-complicated twin-lens reflex camera. On Tuesday nights after school, a small group known as the Radio Broadcasting Club, met in the english resource center. This group recorded the high school report which was heard on KHUB radio station at 8:25 Tuesday nights. ln order to cover all the latest happenings at Senior High, each member was assigned a story. Nancy Line, sophomore, said, "I really learned a lot about how to interview." The Photo Club was created for students interested in photography to learn the fundamental and new techniques in that field. This was the first year for the club, which was composed of Journalism I students. Math Club, Ch ss Club earn statewide honors A trip to the Creighton Math Field Day, a fall picnic, demonstrations by represen- tative of calculator companies and a visit to Midland College's computer center highlighted this year's Math Club ac- tivities. Juniors Todd Havekost and Tom Lannin, two of the club's I7 members, teamed up to place third out of l5O teams in their event at the Creighton University Math Contest. Fremont's newly organized Chess Club participated in several tournaments this year. They began their season with a tournament against Blair High School and also competed with Omaha Benson and Fremont Bergan. Junior Bill Rashleigh, president of the club was entered in state competition and tied for ninth place. Seated: Pres. B. Rashleigh, D. Sorge, T. Wittlmont, T. Havekost. Standing: M. Elwood, G. Clemmer, E Salisbury. R. Henrichson, D. Hutcheson, Spon. Mr. L. Meyer, J. Peters, S. White. R. Colling, G. Cochran, J Haxby, M. Summers. Front row Todd Havekost Cynthia Day Wendy Jensen Second row: Kim Kock, Spon.. Mr. Albertus Lay, Spon., Mr. Dale Rohde, Spon. comprise the Math Club. Terry Settle Debra Meier Deborah Meyer Back row Mr. Duane Humphrey, ., ' Q ,. sf ff' ,Y ji " 1 ,ev if ,ta 4 Auto club members are: Mr. Daniel Kelsay, Spon., Roger Peterson, Jan Sandberg, Bob Paden. Jim Wegner, Paul Leidig and Gayle Carlson. Club members rebuild sports car Mr: Kelsay helps senior Paul Leidig repair an engine's electrical system. Students who had troubles with their cars could bring them to the club and have the work done for only a minimum cost. "Gentlemen, start your engines!" Although the Auto Club of Fremont High is a far cry from the mechanical ex- cellence of the Indianapolis SOO, its members boast a genuine interest. The club aided boys who may someday attain such excellence. Under the sponsorship of Mr. Daniel Kelsay, the second year club consisted of I4 members. "A major activity of the group was rebuilding an Austin American for its eventual sale. We were also fortunate enough to receive a new truck for our use," explained the sponsor. On Wednesday nights Mr. Kelsay opened the auto shop at the school and the club members viewed films on racing and repaired broken autos. Some of the members attended the auto races at Cornhusker Speedway. Aspiring journalists compose club Senior Barb Hafits picks up a daisy to present to a new Quill and Scroll members she is preparing to tap. The new members were presented daisies and candles from older members. Front row: J. Brei, S. Frost. C. Lund, W. Buettow, K. Morris, D. Stork. Back row: S. Farley, M. Benson. M. Muller, R. Poesehl. T. Lannin, J. Gaskin, N. Fourteen aspiring journalists were in- itiated into Quill and Scroll this year at the annual spring banquet, held at the Valley View Golf Club. To qualify for membership, students must rank in the upper third of their class scholastically and must have shown an interest and ability in journalism. Students nominated for membership by their advisor Mrs. Mary Ehling were ap- proved by the national office of Quill and Scroll. In addition to initiation of new Quill and Scroll members, staff positions for next year's Rustler and Black and Gold were an- nounced at the banquet. Approximately 60 people attended the banquet in- cluding guests from Nebraska Printing and Litho, Walsworth Publishing and Smithorpe Studios. l Rodaway. V. Wehrmann. The new l972-l973 members of Thespians, the national honor society for theatre, were extended invitations to ioin the society. Front row: C. Johnson, N. Allen, P. Wilson, R. Vetter, B. Albright, L. Hines, M. Steiner, M. Heyne, R. Draine, Peg Welty bursts with excitement after getting a part in the Spring play "Night Watch". Uhlik. S. Yost, M. Meenen, S. Claassen, M. Moore, J. Brei, P. King, S. Evans, T. Phillips, Be. Raymond. The pian participants show interest in drama The purpose of Thespians is to further in- terest in high school theatre. Members must be invited to join after showing in- terest and involvement in plays or in the technical aspect of theatre. The year's activities included a Halloween costume party, a Valentine's Day party and a picnic with Art Club. The highlight of the year was the Awards banquet announcing: Best Actress, Karen Bruhn, Best Actor, Tom Goodwin, Best Supporting Actress, Pat Wilson, Best Sup- porting Actor. Doug Wallingford, and Best Bit Part, Bill Rashleigh. Best Thespians were Karen Bruhn and Lenice Hines. K. Bruhn, J. Gaskin, S. Woodcock, B. Raymond, S. Hurt. Back row: G. Carlson, J. orge, Mean named Dutstanding Debators NFL members Dennis Sorge and Ron Draine work in the Debate resource center in preparation for an up- coming meet. Dennis. along with Pat Means. were named outstanding varsity debators. To be eligible for initiation into the National Forensic League, certain re- quirements in public speaking, preferably debate, must be competed. NFL activities include a card-swapping party in the fall, a Christmas party, the annual initiation banquet and a picnic at the close of the school year. Miss Bev Carlson sponsored NFL with the help of Miss Ruth Lonn. Miss Carlson commented, "NFL is an organization with different degrees of achievement. This gives the student something to work for after initiation. These degrees are sometimes valuable for scholarships." Front row: P. Peterson, B. Hendrix, D. Sorge, B. Leighton. Back row: S. Yost. P. Means, D. Andreason, Spon. Miss Bev Carlson. J. Gaskin, and Spon. Miss Ruth Lonn. Honor Society inducts 64 students At the May IG, l973 convocation, 64 seniors were tapped into National Honor Society. Only those in the upper one- fourth of the class are considered. Out of this upper fourth, fifteen per cent of the total number of students in the class are selected on the basis of scholarship, leadership, service and character. Miss May Burkholder, Miss Lillian Schultz and Mrs. Judith Stroeh, senior class sponsors, presided over the initia- tion ceremony. Steve Woodcock, National Honor Society member, provid- ed the music. Front row- L. Jensen, B Hafits P. Welt A Me er, K. Bruhn D Newkirk S . . . y. . y , . . . Schroeder, M. Mead, M. Heyne, B. Fox, P. Wilson. S. Ronhovde, M. Edwards, L. Stigge, S. Register, M. Hutcheson, R. Colling. Second row. B. Albright. L. Freitag. B. Lambourn. J. Grobeck, D. Anderson. L. Rohlfs. N. Scleicher, N. Walker, J Lenser, D. Jensen. D. Starkey, D. Meyer, C. Miller, E. Nissen, D. Meier. E. Whitt: Third row: J. Borck, W. Jensen, J. Harpster, C. Johnson. S. Stratman, D. Lyddon. L. Romans, D. Larsen, D. Sass, C. Gnuse, P. Hendrichson. L. Boshult, J. Schroeder. G. Peterson, S. Mahnke, S. Bloemker. Back row: D. Drake, M. Anderson. M. Meyer, S. Donkin, D. Hildenkamp, J. King, R. Behl, J. House, B. Siebler, K. Lund. D. Stuenkel, P. Steffensmeier, M. Stoltenberg. G. Cochran, M. Hansen. Wrestling cheerleaders representing FHS for the l972-73 school year are Kush and junior Marlo Chantry. This five girl cheerleading squad was the se sophomore Diane Cloeter, senior Barb Albright. seniorJill Grobeck, juniorludy Cond group in FHS history elected to promote wrestling. Cheerleaders promote tiger spirit Reserve cheerleaders are: Front row: junior Julie Hurt. sophomore Lana Tonsfeldt, junior Diane Thomson. Back row: sophomore Diane Steinbach, sophomore Candy Thompson, junior Diane Downey and junior Marsha Pettitt. r N X A f -....,,a.,w ,,,x, ,me . W. W. we All 5E?3.i?5f55ifi5E .fp , img I i' 4' 'Sa ilicflilli ' E5 ii . :SM r i, ,, A2 ff A ...A.. ,sg 3, Lia- av w1f:wfsQQ,Q...+ fe , ie M 3. Y. 'l NW , wi , fi fre Q 2 ef -vgiglfviisggfi z e as ,,.. e ggi l S ' N. Xi R ix E 9 Q .. 12555: :.?f::!i". . 1 Q l X4 ii? 3 ,y-wa. - f- L if Q,-fn-m,,,, K as 'YMSZ' :-fiffl' Varsity cheerleaders for the year i972-I973 are: Front row: Linda Rice. Billie Buhrig. Second row: Peg Welty, Pam Borgmeyer. Back row: Becky Kraft. Carol Anderson, Ann Meyer. Pep Club cheers team to District, Big Ten This year Pep Club consisted of 205 members. The officers, nine Tigerettes and nine Junior Leaders were the basic work force behind the club. Seven varsity, seven reserve and five wrestling cheerleaders were in charge of Pep Rally's and providing cheer leadership during sports events. Club sponsors were Mrs. Deanna Freitag and Mrs. Harriette Hafits. The Pep Club cheered FHS to a Big Ten football title, a Wrestling District cham- pionship, along with the District Basket- ball title and followed the cagers to the State Tournament in Lincoln. Pep Club member Gail Wagner com- mented, "l really enjoyed going to state." A roller skating party was a major func- tion ofthe group. The club, by inviting all F-Club members, hoped to strengthen Pep Club - F-Club relations. Junior Leaders Ckneelingj. S. Brand. D. Muhle, G. Gruenke, L. Carmen, J. Bang, M. Moore, and D. Stork. Front row: Mrs. H. Hafits, spon., Mrs. D. Freitag. spon., C. Lund, T. Taylor, D. Dyson, S. Evans, D. Young, H. Spilenek, D. Cook, E. Kempke. D. Reginbald. M. Tominelli, P. Brown, J. Henry, T. Champman, D. Wehrman, S. Jones, D. Lindgren, D. Watchhorn, D. Stuenkle, E. Macmullin. B. Phillips. Second row. J. Cobb, S. Feuerstein, M. Kalina. K. Meyer, H. Haynes, S. Hafits, K. Peck, S. Menck, D. Burns, T. Philipps, C. Hasek, M. Lundy, J. Schenzel, S. Dovenbarger, C. Nieman, J. Shadbolt. K. Menck. C. Hemmer, M. O'Brien, C. Day, D. Jorgensen, N. Menck. S. Thompson. J. Wobig. Third row: C. Erickson, S. Hamsa, S. Christensen. K. Benson, J. Wrage, S. Boss. S. Daniels. D. Benton, L. Morhouser, K. Desler. C. Carlson. T. Burns. W. Beuttow, H. Strong, D. Shuttle, L Korshoi, S. Frost, C. Krivolavik, S. Larsen, B. Hultgren. J. Brand, P. Berg, V. Wehrmann, W. Pieztmeir, B. Reber, C. Cerny. Back row. J. Hunter, D. Murphy, S. Bloom, B. Lefler. K. Preston. K. Moss, K. Holstein, J. Poole, D. Karlin, G. Wagner, L. Hines, J. Walraven. F. Hoffman. M. Johnson, T. Strong, S. Ryerson, D. Warneke, B. Reber. M. Benson. S. Peterson. K. Graulick, J. Woodcock, J. Schenzel, S. Sass, L. Updike, M. Niebam. L. Sinnent. 'Eat em up. Eat em up, Rah! Rah! Rahl' Many Fremont fans turned out to cheer on the Tigers at the State Basketball tournament in Lincoln. Although the game was lost, spirits remained high. ,npnw President Barb Obermiller headed the Tiger Cubs Vice-President Laurie Jensen lended her leadership for the school year I972-I973. to fellow officers. 31 I K3 Q i' ai ,V P iiff WD' Secretary-Treasurer Teri Rohrs helped to boost tiger spirit along with secretarial duties. 2, Swami Y 'Wx' .,, ,H l S ,assess Tigerettes for the i972-I973 year are. G-Mary Mitten, O-Bev Osborn, F-Leta Hafits. N-Debbie Anderson, T-Wendy Jensen. The girls are chosen as Tigerettes Freitag, R-Becky Lambourn, E-Diane Christensen. M-Libby Lamme, O-Barb on the basis of previous participation and involvement in Pep Club. Tigerettes, Drill Team back athletes Front row: P. Glenn, P. Wilson. Co-capt. V. Hanna, Capt. M. Mead, Co-capt. M. Howe, L. Jessen, N, Eskilsen, Second row: P. Cook, L. Hendrickson, N. Walker, S. Gnuse, K. Leathers. J. Forsberg, N. Schleicher. Back row: Spon. Mrs. Melanie Gifford, K. Cecil, K. Bruhn. D. Backens, L. Korshoi. J. Johnson, J. Ward. D. Anderson, L. Christensen. Spon. Mrs. Jodean Kingston. Helping plan and organize pep rallies, making locker signs and keeping records were just a few of the Tigerettes' many duties. Encouraging and promoting spirit was another one of their goals. The Tigerettes also boosted the morales of the athletes by baking them cakes and organizing Tiger-gram Ctelegrams which are sent to Tiger athletesb sales for them. FHS's second year Drill Team aside from performing at home games traveled to Bergan, Fremont Junior High, Midland and out-of-town high school games. The performances included a mixture of dancing and marching. All varieties were presented this year as the girls went from the precise movements of "Shaft" to the more informal dancing in a hill- billy routine. Although the combined effect of the girls is what is noticed, each girl is in- dividually important for her part in the performance. One sponsor commented, "I am very proud of these girls. They put in many hours of hard work and practice to make this year's Drill Team a success." -Club helps to create an interest The purpose of F-Club is to uphold and improve the standards of athletics in the community and to strive for cham- pionship athletic teams at Fremont High. Wherever any active member of F-Club may be, a participant or spectator of some athletic event, he shall conduct himself in a manner worthy of his "F- MU f 1 -x Q as R rv s K 'N .v rx ..., at E WQMQ 'l K I X' x X 4 in athletic Club membership." F-Club members sold at football games, held the ropes, worked in the com- missary during the basketball games and helped to create an interest in athletics. F-Club ended the year with an annual spring picnic and initiated the new varsi- ty letter winners. . i Q . .W .Jan ' K .. 'fs- W' . "w.myQi- F I , if.,.7kv: , s,,y,tisSls,., 5,5 A yy 1 .,,. . . . ms 7 t . ' . s .- .V - if :ia gas . 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W v f 'ZL'f,' p L +Q lg Mig mf ' ' xglgft ' ' , " - 1 f Fl," fl 1 ,ah E7 Jafffiii' " 'T '7 ' M, ' N1 fLQ'f.Zi2Q?flil 11 MQ. , n: if"1 1' vu v 1 x2:25fwff"efl3aW1mmw:f -MW X Q,EfL442?:fiy4474 L'1 Lf, 3?-fbrwiigalx 3 +,?We I l 1 ,V 0 ff fvf fb i MXLMMQMQ, I J fmwmdammms Tigers claim Big Ten Title again Senior Ben Siebler prepares to clear the way for senior Russ Ward as they brilliantly execute a running play in the Big Ten championship playoff. Ben is a starting fullback and Russ a halfback. Big Ten champs Front row! R. Behl, R. Charter, D. Marreel, R. Ward, S. Donkin, M. Benson, G. Koplin. D. Anderson, A. Provorse. P. Dritley, J. Hughes, J McClain, D. McKenzie. Second row: Coach McMullen, M. Raasch, J. Leslie, M Cook, S. Clingman. B. Snyder, R. Dodd, D. Tegt, D. Harms, C. Cloeter, M Heintzelman, Coach Swanson, Coach Bryant. Back row: G. Mooso, B. Siebler, R Schoeneck, K. Kelly, J. Prauner, J. House, R. Poeschl, R. May, M. Mitchell, M Larsen, D. Pimper, B. Knoell, J. Leal, J. King. , ,. M ...V - - 1 A Senior Steve Clingman kicks an extra point in the Kearney game as junior Kyle Kelly holds. Steve, who is Fremont's AFS student this year, is Fremont's first soccer-style kicker. :fr ws msuwwwfww 1-:gt-sea-Maxis-,W-, zv,:,,,k V , nv., , LY W 'FW I 4 e U S44 inf' Y, my M A fs, ' .M, at gm' V WA, .2 . N' -ff sd " "' M W My A V, V Q, -, ,A is be uw it ' was-M' ""iM M. V ' 1" W . ww f . l... ,, e,,.,'?4 '- W if W' 'Q ' 524: vi V an 1 ' " if rw fs. j f , ff., - f as 'K was iw' we K - 1 ""H"'- 1 ,rem , u U' at b -KM K ji.. Wa :5k,w?'igg0,,.'.,sv A W V My f , el " -, ' 41 tresi A. ki f'-K MMM! laik R ,gym -f X ..,i 3" ff' ' - 1 'lfl emi , - iff- Vt -cwsaiw " ' .' Q ' ... . ' V i' fl si' ,fy "N-vi' '34 f . 'PWM A' vw- Mx.-1 Quai' ,' X' Q Q' ' 4 A is iw "" HJW. " 'ge if A W ,nf my ' .1 rf' kiftg ' - 3 A ' A M' Ni f' " "V ' A '- " , ' " , f.-'L . x , , t . - ,ann K 'f-1 H Y +9 'Sir' 'Vile ' ':if'5"f.+1M '7 ?33Ar'.'5x'X mV5'95F:, fit? "+1?4-Lffiv-iffq' :ff , Fremont's defense prepares themselves for the next play. Pictured are senior senigrs Jim Leal at guard and Rory May at tackle, junior John Prauner at end, Rob Schoeneck at end, iuniors Bob Knoell at tackle and Randy Poeschl at guard. and senior Dave Marreel at outside linebacker. Grldders finish with 6-4 season The I972 football season came to a close with Coach Jack Bryant's gridders holding a 6-4 win-loss record. Setting a new school record was senior Dave Marreel, with IOI unassisted tackles. Marreel was also named to both offensive and defensive Big Ten teams. Other team members elected to the All- Conference team were seniors Monte Mitchell, John House, Jon McClain, Daryl Anderson, Jim Leal, Ben Siebler and Dave Pimper. Siebler was the Tiger's top scorer and ground-gainer, piling up 66 points and 559 yards. Bob Knoell received the an- nual Jeff Tucker Memorial trophy given to the most-improved junior player. Kyle Kelly, also a junior, was nominated to the Big Ten team. All-state honors were given by the Lin- coln Star to Marreel and Siebler, while four senior starters in the Big Ten Cham- pionship game were nominated by the Omaha World Herald. Marreel, alone, went on to be elected. Juniors Bob Knoell Dan Harms and senior John House open a hole in the Kearney defense for a Fremont runner as all players converge upon him to aid in the final FHS victory. Ms Junior John Prauner, defensive end, wants some action as he holds off a Kearney player. while junior Randy Poeschl, tackle, halts the ball carrier. Senior offensive end Monte Mitchell 'holds on for dear life'. as junior quarterback, Kyle Kelly completes a pass to assist downing Hastings in the Homecoming game. Reserves prepare for arsity play The purpose of the reserve football team is to prepare sophomore and junior foot- ball players forthe action of varsity ball. Head Coach Pat Murphy, assisted by Mr. Dennis Blair, Mr. Doug Nabb and Mr. Mike Reis undertook this responsibility for the 72-73 football season. Under their guidance the Baby Bengals finished the season with a 4-4 record. 9 is .. , . an S" ' ' 'Q 't.,' , . , . . . 5 . 'ft' 5, We 5, . ll l r Lyyilz 0 y ff is ' y ,. . According to past history, it was not one Islas, W M V. wk, II, . . , it I I rvv- .L Sw, 1,5595 ,Y '-l'.fllfl A Q . .,-at-'gg -W? J Q . -5915. f, W A im hyi y of the team's better years. "But," Coach vt,y if Murphy commented, "the coaching staff - 1' 1 R J. ' rrvi . is . wif ,V A Ayggt V , fl bases the season's performance not on a 1'i ' P i,,, CNC ef rlil win-loss record. but on the techniques Etiiligil','3li2l5ils,il',L7k is 'i"U" ,ol f,,if . f-f, . . . Zsf lift T' and the individual's total development yti, rrst ' L ' ---'-: e- tzv .i,r ,' M yy Ss , , V- ., by and progress toward the goal of becom- J - - H 'HS 3 Vf'rS'lY football P'aYe" Dropping back to pass, sophomore Garland Perry looks for a receiver. The reserve linemen quickly defend the quarterback against the strong defensive attacks of their opponents. i Fremont i972-75 reserve football players are: Front row: S. Anderson, D. Whalley, R Harpster. T, Paul. T. Reis, L. Nelson. D. Ransford. M. Johnson. R. Brewer. D DeButtes. J. Kuddes. R. Bowling, D. Ward, B. Peck, M. Larsen, G. Oldham, G Perry, B. Arps. Middle row: Coach Reis, Coach Nabb. H. Hoelscher, S. Schneider, M. Wise. R. Christensen. M. Best. R. George. J. Macrino, W. Roth, K. Miller, B QN Mentzer, J. Larsen, J. Unlik, R. Chandler, R. Thomsen. D. Feuerstein, G. McDuffee, J. Sydik. Back row: K. Pearson. D. Shaffer, M. Brannon, G. Jordan, B. Johannason, K. Christensen. J. Maxey, S. House, G. Foster. J. Ramaeker, Coach Blair, Coach Murphy. T yrrs 2 2 2 :M t ,,mM,z:?W,dNm.n T y 54: T wwf 'SQ' MW I V 2 M. , W 1 we Senior Rory 'May and opponent prepare to jump in the championship game in the intramural National League between the Bucks and the Celtics. The Cavaliers won the American League title. Intramural sports in olve all boys t 1 Ey. 3 xr Two intramural teams attempt a play in one of the many games played after to participate in sports but weren't able to participate in extramural sports. The classes behind the high school. Intramurals were initiated for those who wished Ceiling won intramural football this year. ' wif Front row: D. Glenn. M. Hansen, R. Schneider, B. Ritzen. R. Bachman. J. Mills, M. M. Tofte. This year's cross country team had six returning lettermen. There will Higley. Back row: G. Soukup, D. Stuenkel, J. Hamsa, G. Shanahan, R. McKenzie, be three returning lettermen next year. Cross country season uccessful Senior Mark Hansen shows the desire it takes to be a good runner as he climbs a hill at the Bryan Class Meet. Mark is a three year letterman, and holds two Fremont records. Fremont's I972 cross country team had the most successful season in FHS history. It was the first time Fremont qualified for the State Meet. Coach Jon Appleget commented, "lt was the best season we've had, but it was too bad the state meet was such a disappointing end." Mark Hansen, set a senior and school record of 9:48 at Valley View. He also set the Columbus course record with a time of IO:l9. Marshall Tofte, a senior, set the Millard course record with a time of lO:24. Junior Rich Bachman set the junior class record at Valley View with a time of 9:52. He also holds the sophomore class record of IO:2I. Bob Schleicher set the freshman record with a time of IO:l6 at Valley View. Junior Mick Higley, a Fre- mont Bergan transfer student, was in- eligible this year. According to senior Marshall Tofte, the top members of the team averaged more than 400 miles for the season. This averages out to about six or seven miles a day, starting in August and ending in Oc- tober. Fremont Invitational Burke Dual South Dual Columbus Dual Norfolk Dual Metro lnvitational Brran Invitational Ra ston Dual Columbus Dual Big Ten 2nd lst Ist lst lst 2nd 3rd lst lst 2nd District lState A Coach Jon Appleget and senior Marshall Tofte together plan a strenuous Cross Country workout. Fremont seniors listen to instructions prior to the race at the Bryan Class Meet. Bryan Class Meet consisted of some of the toughest competition in the state. Fremont won the senior division and finished third forthe championship. The MQ? .. W. LE i Y i v, f E 'fi f' l 3 S f e . fe f i Big Ten Ist F S State 4th F I , , QR' - - -J .se W 9 ,wh f . Q . , x V N K Q - Q.. v -' M at Q wi f L.. . Q X , I M. rt,-1-M . -.S ,.u,gg'N' ...W asf Placing first at Big Ten and fourth at State the tennis team had one of its best G. Cochran. Back row: S. Yenney. J. Garrison. M. Raffety. K. Lund. R. Freund. D seasons in FHS history. Front row: G. Johnson. D. Hansen, T. Wackel. J. Gaskin. Meske. Tiger netmen capture Big Ten title 'F gl Senior Steve Yenney serves the ball in preparation for the oncoming dual meet with Lincoln East. Steve is a two-year letterman. Senior Dan Hansen displays his style as he serves to an opponent at the Bryan dual. This year the Fremont High School ten- nis team had the second best season in the tennis history of FHS. The team this year placed first in the Big Ten meet and fourth in the State meet. Their dual record was eight wins and two losses. The team was coached by Russell Homa. sophomore World History teacher. His No. I man was Steve Yenney. Steve's record was 27 wins - 6 losses. Kent Lund was the No. 2 man and had 32 wins and 6 losses. Senior Dan Hansen and sophomore Greg Johnson were the No. I Doubles players. The team had a good year, but when ask- ed about it, Coach Homa replied, "l thought it was going to be a poor year because the boys didn't practice during the summer months to get ready for the season. The competition between the boys, however, made us a better team. By the end of the season I thought we had a chance at winning Big Ten and that we had a chance in placing in the top five at State." The tennis team displays their Big Ten trophy. Front row: Sophomore Greg Johnson. senior Dan Hansen Back row: Senior Steve Yenney. Coach Russ Homa. senior Kent Lund. Tiger cagers go to State tourney Head Coach Al Bahe and his basketball team travelled to the State tournament at Lincoln for the first time since the I969- 7O season. The Tigers defeated Omaha North and South Sioux City to win the District Championship title. ln the first round of the State tournament, Fremont was defeated by Lincoln Northeast, who went on to take state. Three players were named to the All East Conference Division team of the Big Ten conference. Senior guard Mark Hansen was named to the first team and senior guard Kent Lund and junior Dan Mussmann were nominated for honorable mention. Senior Mark Hansen was named to the North team for the annual Nebraska Coaches All-Star game. He was the team's leading scorer, followed closely by Dan Mussman and Monte Mitchell. Mussmann was leading rebounder, followed by Mitchell. 4 T su-we in-an 1 . District Champions are: Student Manager R. Behl, M. Hansen, D. Anderson, J. B. Siebler. K. Lund. M. Higley, and Student Manager J. Weinberg. This year's Hamsa, D. Pimper, R. Schoeneck, D. Mussmann, R. Poeschl. M. Mitchell, K. Kelly, team consisted of eight seniors and five juniors. Head Coach Al Bahe gives some hurried instructions to senior Mark Hansen and iunior Mick Higley during a Senior Dave Pimper grabs a rebound as senior Rob free throw while the rest of the team pays close attention to the action. Schoeneck lends a helping hand. With great agility, senior Mark Hansen leaps between Northeast players to complete a pass. Tiger defenders junior Dan Mussman. seniors Rob Schoeneck, Mark Hansen and iunior Mick Higley await the outcome of Northeast's shot, ready to snatch up the rebound. .t..t,.s.. . . . . -.1xs..5' ' . ' 3 144 ai :ul f A 5 ,.-,..-.f 1 1 ui ' A ' i 1 . 1 ual --' ' ....... 1 i in . M 'I in Fremont High Schools reserve roundballers had an up and down season as they Mussman, A. Provorse, M. Benson, J. Hansen. Coach Blair, P. Wegman, G. were often hurt by lack of. height. Reserve Tigers are: D. McKenzie, R. Price. D. Kupfer, B. Pawling, K. Odenreider, T. Settie. Reserves are "short and scrapp " Junior forward Pete Wegman seems trapped in the corner by a Millard Indian on defense as he looks to pass the ball to another Tiger reserve player who might be open under the basket. The reserve basketball team finished with a record of S wins and 7 losses. Ac- cording to Coach Dennis Blair this year's reserves had no real height but were "short and scrappy." In every game played the team was never beaten very badly. They had a winning streak of five games in a row. The leading scorer for the team was Kevin Odenreider, a sophomore. Mick Higley, junior, a transfer student from Bergan, was leading until he became eligible to play varsity ball the second semester. Kevin Odenreider was the Tiger's leading rebounder also. Coach Bob Hergenrader said that the purpose of his sophomore team is to give more kids an opportunity to play and develop their skills. The team was small but was led by such outstanding players as Jerry Detmer and Garland Perry, both sophomores. The team recorded a record of three wins and five losses. Fremont sophomore roundballers were busy all season long preparing Chandler, S. Snyder. G. Adams, Coach Hergenrader, M. Brandon.J. Detmer.J themselves forthe reserve or varsity team. Sophomore Tigers are: G. Johnson, R. Ramaeker. R. Hansen. G. Perry. B. Zschunke. Charter and Donkln topple records Led by several returning Iettermen, the Tiger wrestling team finished a successful season with a 7 win - 4 loss record. The experienced grapplers were aided by a host of promising juniors and sophomores Championships at the Fremont ln- vitational and District Tournaments highlighted the Tigers' season. In addi- tion, they placed second at Big Ten and were ranked tenth at State. Senior Roger Charter, who wrestled at l55, holds four records - most points scored and most wins in one season and in a career. Senior Scott Donkin, at l67, holds the record for most points scored in a dual season, has an undefeated dual record and received the Ken Steele Memorial Award. Junior Mike Raasch, also did well by placing third at the State Meet. Coach John McMullen felt their success could be attributed to goals that were set high and all-around talent. wif? f ' L 'f.i1.1w,2f? fi , ,ww , .S www, .3 . V r l.l 4? x '7Wl! Front row M Baker J Robertson D Ward M Raasch M Meyer R Shaulis Se McMullen Back row Student Manager D. Tracy, J. Leal, B. Knoell, S. Donkin, B. cond row Coach Homa J Leslie D Harms B Ritzen M Atwell Coach Dlers Student ManagerB Obermiller. Pictured here are the successful l972-73 Tiger reserve wrestlers, Front row: S. M. Best, M. Sisley, W. Roth,J. Macrino,J. Bliven, M. Connick. Back row: R, Haith Anderson, R. Obermiller. S. Yost, C. Smith. G. Hanson, M. Christensen, Second R. Keithley, R. Peterson, S. House, G. Foster, B. Hendrix, K. Miller. row. B. Peck, R. Weiche. D. Glenn. D. DeButts. A. Bradley, G. Oldham. Third row: Swimmers led b Flor , E an Senior Tom Bucy shows his form as he prepares to make a dive at the Midland pool. Coached by Lou Christiansen and Rick Sandberg, the swim team finished with a record of six wins and four losses. Led by senior captains Jeff Evans and Bill Flory, the team took fifth place at the state meet. Four swimmers qualified for the state finals: seniors Jeff Evans, Bill Flory, Tom Bucy and sophomore Brian May. Evans brought his career to a close at Fremont Senior High holding three state records and four Big Ten records. Flory claimed two Big Ten records, while Bucy maintained a Big Ten record in diving. Twelve swimmers lettered this years three of them four-year lettermen: Jeff Evans, Bill Flory and Mark Whitman. Bucy lettered three years and senior Cam Cloeter two years. "The swim team relied heavily upon un- derclassmen. They did a commendable iob of helping Evans and Flory have a very successful season," commented Coach Christiansen. ,W QR , Seniors Jeff Evans and Mark Wittman take a cold winter swim at the Fremont State Lakes.Jeff and Marl are both four-year lettermen in swimming having had successful careers. Senior Bill Flory gets set on the number four starting block iust before a race at the Midland College pool. Bill is a four-year letterman in swimming and holds state and Big Ten records. , 5 V 1 l Tiger swimmers are Front row: L. Rice, M. McGee, S. Getzchman, B. Holmstrom, Miller, J. Evans, B. Flory, M. Crawford, M. Muller. L. Hubbard, K. Gosda, M. R. Toelle. Second row: S. Isaacson, D. Nelsen. C. Cloeter, E. Swanson, M. Christiansen. Coach Sandberg. Many FHS swimmers plan to continue their Boschult, M. Wittman. Back row: Coach Christiansen, M. Rafferty, B. May, B. aquatic careers in college. Mr. Sandberg is a new assistant coach. Junior Jim Leslie gracefully swings over the bar. Leslie was a consistent pole of promise according to Coach Appleget. Besides pole vaulting, Leslie competed vaulter for the FHS thinclads and he as well as other class members show alot in the 220 yard low hurdles. 'The FHS track team gets better "l say this every year, but the teams just keep getting better all the time. This is probably as good of team as we've ever had. It was an all-around good squad to work with, but we think we'll have an even better team next year," commented Coach Jon Appleget about the FHS thinclads. He attributedthe success of the team to the leadership of senior co-captains Dave Pimper and Roger Charter and the strength of the junior class. The Tiger cindermen were directed by Coaches Dave Wilcoxson, weights, Pat Murphy, jumping, Mike Reis, sprints and hurdles, and Appleget, distance runs. Senior Ben Siebler leans back confidently to one of his record breaking discus throws. all the time' Taking second place at Big Ten the highest ranking ever for an FHS track team, highlighted the i973 season. The thinclads also achieved a second ranking at the district meet. Senior Ben Siebler broke a school record in the discus by throwing it l64 feet. Junior Mick Higley set a new school record in the triple jump which later was broken by junior Dan Mussman's 44'8W' mark. Charter qualified in four events for the state meet, the l00 yard dash, 220 yard dash, 440 yard dash and the mile relay. Altogether eleven Tigers were eligible for the state meet. Junior Randy Dodd is ready to set the pace forthe 880 yard relay team. Dodd also competed for the Tigers in two other events, the 220 yard dash and the l00 yard dash. Weinberg takes highest honors at three meets Four-year Ietterman Jon Weinberg, senior, was named medalist at the Big Ten Conference Meet for the second consecutive year. He won his title in a sudden death play-off with Scottsbluff. Weinberg also took medalist honors at the Beatrice Invitational and the Tri-City Invitational. Coach Dick Petersen remarked, "We were pretty successful this year. lt was the maturity of the boys, most were seniors. They really wanted to compete tough in golf. I would say we've had an outstanding program here in golf the last few years. We really had a spirit of com- petition amongst ourselves, because of the fine quality of golfers that we had." Usually seniors John Carson, Brad Katz and Weinberg filled the top three positions for the Tiger linksters with juniors Mark Spomer and Dave Berger dualing for the fourth spot. Beatrice Norfolk Capitol City Millard 'Tri-City Ralston Fremont Inv. Big Ten District State 5th 7th 5th lst 2nd lst 2nd lst 2nd 4th Front row: B. Katz, J. Weinberg. D. Berger. J. Carson. Back row: Coach Petersen, G. Perry, B. Zschunke K Eberspacher, P. Beister, C. Roberts, M. Spomer, J. Jenkins. Fall golf boasts seven Seniors Gere Peters and Becky Lambourn practice their golf swing, style, and technique. Gere and Becky dualed for the top position on the FHS girls' golf team. in record "This l972-73 girls' golf season has been one of my most successful years of coaching. With the strong support and experience of seniors Becky Lambourn and Gere Peters, the FHS girls' golf team earned a 7-I season record," Coach Bob- bie Hopp stated. The seven member squad controlled seven dual matches over Thomas Jeffer- son, York and Syracuse. Fremont lost its single dual match to Norfolk, by a six- stroke margin. Early in the season, FHS hosted the Fremont Invitational and placed fifth. According to Coach Hopp, "Sophomore Keri Kock is our most im- proved golfer this season. This is her first year of competition. By next year some of the newer starters will have had a lot of competitive experience and will per- form with greater confidence and skill. I am looking forward to another strong year of girls' golf." Senior Becky Lambourn is the FHS team's most Front row: Gere Peters, Kristi Gustafsen. Gwen Daehnke. Back row: .lan Hunter, Becky Lambourn and Keri Consistent Performer- Kock. Not pictured: Mary Moore. Six field events advance to State Aiming their strength during the District contest, the field event personnel produced an early lead by capturing 54 points of the teams' total 69 points, although their extended efforts resulted in a third place position. Six field event participants qualified for the State meet hosted by Grand Island. FHS junior Jane Bertelson, Deb Watchorn and senior Deb Anderson took charge of the discus event, placing the top three contenders to travel to State. Deb Watchorn and sophomore Nancy Wilkinson were FHS' only double medalists. Watchorn also qualified in the shot put and Nancy participated in the long jump. Other qualifiers included junior Sue Frostin the high jump and senior Shelly Rathke in the lon jump. F' t Y 3 Q C is 511 it lx ' tes in 2 , ' t :QA i V l N4- Junior Sue Frost attempts to clear the high jump bar during a routine practice session. Sue was a State con tender in this event. Junior Julie Hurt grits her teeth with determination as she concentrates on perfecting her long jump form, Junior Jane Bertleson takes pride in doing her u during a practice session. most best in the discus. FHS girls seek East invitational swim meet I Fremont's initial competitive action for the I972-73 swim season was the Second Annual State Girls' Swimming and Diving Championship. Representing FHS in the Lincoln East ln- vitational, 'seventeen girls combined their efforts to achieve a second-place rating. Inter-squad meets between Diane's Ding-a-Lings and the Water Wienies were held throughout the swimming season. Finishing second with a top time of l:5I.O was the free-style relay composed of juniors Sandy Evans, Valerie Hattan and sophomores Sally Bloom and Annie Whittman. With a time of I:O6.9, only I.4 seconds away from a new meet record, senior Diane Christensen achieved a se- cond place position in the IOO yard in- dividual medley. Earning 4O.5 total team points, the FHS girls out-scored Lincoln Northwest, third, and Omaha Westside, fourth. :AF :ww pf:-v ':Qi'f'f5fI.7'fVf5.Q:2lf't Q' ' Sophomore Annie Whittmann perfects her in- dividual diving for future competition. During a season inter-squad swim meet, Renee Johnson. Sandy Evans, Diane Christensen and Terri Rohrs mount the blocks to compete for a position on the FHS swim team. First row: Debbi Christainsen, Lynda Johnson, Christe Roh, Cathy Mueller, Annie Whittmann. Sandy Evans, Terri Rohrs, Laurie Christensen. Second row: Valerie Hatten, Julie Evans, Marie McGee, Denise Mueller, Diane Christensen. Mary Jo Howe, Janet Brand. and Sandy Rector. Back row: Laurie Gaughen, Sharon Hultgren. Bobbie Raymond, Vicki Bucy. Renee Johnson, Lynn Boschult and Sally Bloom. FHS earns runner-up district volleyball award Twelve weeks of FHS girls' volleyball practice and competition are over, yet not completely unnoticed. Matches with Beatrice, Columbus, Ashland, Grand Island, Lincoln East, Blair and Omaha Westside gave the girls a chance to match their skills against many rated schools. A staff change in the Physical Education Department determined the results of a new out-look in girls' athletics. Miss Sue Feaster and Miss Ruth Register combined their coaching ability to form a girls' volleyball team that earned a third-place rating in the Scottsbluff State Tourna- ment. The varsity line-up on the court at State consisted of seniors Debbie Anderson, Debbie Meier, Cheryl Stafford, and juniors Sue Frost, Joan Goree and Nancy Nichols. The girls' volleyball team finish- ed their organized competitive season with a 9-6 record. "The girls proved themselves ready for the tournament with excellent play and high spirits," stated Assistant Coach Ruth Register. Senior Cheryl Stafford displays her offensive tac- tics. Cheryl is one of FHS' top servers. v Junior Nancy Nichols leaps in determination to off- set her opponent with a powerful spike. 'M Front row: J. Ward, student manager, M. Sixta, N. Wilkinson, C. Gates, P. John- son, C. Cerny, and N. Schleicher, student manager. Back row: Coach S. Feaster, Coach R. Register. C. Stafford, N. Nichols, M. Brei, S. Frost, D. Meier, J. Goree, D. 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Indi idual participation hi h in intramural area With the initiation of coed activities, in- tramurals were able to involve teamwork efforts. The undefeated "Hog Farm" squad challenged nine other involved teams to capture the volleyball title. All in all, over 40 games were played by the team. Intramurals promoted individuals to form teams which based its membership on interest, not necessarily talent or ability. ln a nine week time limitation this handful of personnel combined its ef- forts to gain a special goal. The girls' gymnastic team, after intramural com- petition, later performed during a FHS basketball half time. During the last stages of the school year, badminton aroused over 200 par- ticipants in the sport. Seniors Sue Register and Nancy Walker both dualed for the singles championship and later combined to form the winning doubles badminton team. Intramural Sponsor Miss Sue Feaster ex- plained that she makes the decision of each preferred activity based on the voiced opinion of student demand and desire. "Enlistees partake in a boundless opportunity to meet friends." High-lighting the intramural season. is the introduction of the gymnastic unit. Selected members per- formed during basketball half-times. Miss Sue Feaster awards junior Nancy Nichols the Julie Roberts Memorial Plaque. Singles championship title winner senior Nancy Walker positions herself to slam a serve. , af'- X4I,r Front row: Nancy Walker. Nancy Nichols. Back row: Cheryl Stafford, Lynn Boschult and .lan Goree compose the undefeated girl's intramural volleyball team. Undefeated coed volleyball members of the Hog Farm are: Front row: Deb Anderson, Lynn Boschult, Nancy Walker, Sue Frost and Nancy Schleicher. Back row: Paul Beister, Bill Flory. Mark Bollish and Cam Cloeter. K5 t 9 0 Social foundation 1 I bf , ,r , lb. vx I. 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"The purpose of the Student Council of Fremont High School shall be to provide for student cooperation in the govern- ment of the school, to aid in all ways possible the faculty and the students and to provide a plan for the students to further the good citizenship, sportsmanship, scholarship and a feeling of belonging to a democracy." CArt. I, Sec. 23 Raising money for Steve Clingman's phone call to South Africa and the win- ning homecoming display were some ac- tivities of this year's Senior Council. Arrangement of the junior-senior prom was one of the primary activities of this year's Junior Council. Choosing class rings and selling calen- dars were primary responsibilities of the Sophomore Council. Senior Kent Lund stated that this year's Student Council had an 'ok' year. i rj, , f .1 V, s K , s s X. 1' 5 f X. , -fb. ,V 4- ff wa' , 1 1 ' I an .12 gtwvfl Q' f Kg' .U if ,"" 4 i W! 4 Senlgr Dave Drake' District Represenlatlve of this Members of the Sophomore Student Council include: Gary Oldham, Greg Johnson, Garland Perry. Bill Years SfUd2n'C0U'1C" Posts the bulletm of 3 Colm' Zchunke, Steve House, Debbie Young. Pam Berg, Greg Kupfer and Mark Boschult. cil meeting at which he spoke. ff. wo-ff , Members of the Senior Student Council are: Becky Kraft, Mary Kay Edwards, Cheryl Lunn, Scott Donkin, Dave Pimper, Jeff King. John House, Barb Obermiller and Ben Siebler. Members of the Junior Student Council are: Doug Ward, Terry Settje, Lori Car- and Dennis Sorge. man, Geri Greunke, Merritt Benson. Paul Dritley, Nancy Nichols, Twylla Phillips i Student Body President Mike Heintzelman. senior, presents lunior Mac Peters with his gavel in hopes that he will fill his shoes well in the position of Stu- dent Body President for next year. Students attain pecial recognition The annual honors convocation which gives special recognition to select students for certain achievements they have made was held Monday, May l4th. The convocation started off with the presentation of the Most Valuable Rustler Staff Member Award to senior Debbie Starkey, feature editor. Most valuable Black and Gold Staff Member Award went to senior Debby Lyddon, editor. Follow- ing her award, Debby presented senior Jill Grobeck as the l973 Black and Gold Queen. The Ken Steele Award for the wrestler who showed the most leadership. sportsmanship and Christianity was awarded to senior Scott Donkin. This year's Outstanding Novice Award in the debate department went to junior Becky Leighton. She along with junior John Gaskin won five trophies in debate this year. Juniors Pat Means and Dennis Sorge tied for having the most wins this for honors Letters were given out to the band members. The John Philip Sousa Award went to Cheryl Stafford. The All 'Round Business Girl Award went to senior Judy Schroder presented by Kyler Nelson. Junior Todd Havecost was awarded the Top Bookkeeping Student plaque by Charles May. The convocation concluded with the an- nouncement of next year's Student Body officers. Mike Wise was selected Junior Class president! Greg Johnson, vice- presidenti and Terry Taylor secretary- treasurer. Dan Harms was elected Senior Class president, along with John Prauner, vice-president: and Sharon Peterson, secretary-treasurer. Sally Ryer- son was presented as Student Body secretary-treasurer, along with Merritt Benson as Student Body vice-president. After a period of joke telling and beating around the bush, Student Body president Mike Heintzelman passed the gavel over to iunior Mac Peters. year. Head wrestling coach John McMullen presents senior Scott Donkin with the Ken Steele Award in memory of Ken Steele who died in the Viet Nam War. Scott received the award for his outstanding leadership and sportsman-like conduct during the l972-'73 wrestling season. Rustler staff strives for perfection The Rustler has been Fremont Senior 4 2 High's school paper since l9l3. lt is published and distributed by a staff com- posed of students every two weeks and contains different activities that happen during the year. This year, senior Dean Stunkel was the editor of The Rustler. He along with senior Brenda Fox, managing editor, and other members of the staff produced the FHS newspaper and experimented with new ideas in writing. Senior Barb Hafits goes through the "beat boxl' for stories to go into the next edition of The Rustler while senior Shawn Farley, calls on a merchant to place an advertisement in the paper. At the beginning of the year, Brenda and senior Barb Hafits, news editor, attended the Round Table. The Round Table is a school paper convention sponsored by Creighton University in Omaha, Nebraska for Nebraska and Iowa high schools. New fundamentals of modern news, feature, sports and editorial writing plus photography were presented. "We wanted to present The Rustler in the best way we knew how, and attending the Round Table gave us a lot of helpful suggestions," Brenda concluded. The i972-73 Rustler staff. Front row, B. Flory, sports editor, M. Tofte, sports editor, P. Madsen, copy reader, M. Garvin, copy reader, D. Anderson, girls' sports editor, B. Fox, managing editor, D. Starkey, feature editor, K. Kirchmann, "girl Friday", B. Hafits, news editor, G. VanFleet, photographer. Back row, P. Beister, ad manager, L. Freitag, staff artist, S. Farley, ad manager, L. Romans, business manager, D. Stuenkel, editor, R. Schoeneck, ad manager, S. Macklin, photographer, and D. Langer, photographer. Not pictured is advisor Mrs. Mary Ehling who was invaluable. Loft theme e ected by '73 staff During the course of the school year, members of the i973 Black and Gold recorded in words and pictures events and emotions which composed the year. Staff positions for the yearbook were awarded at the Quill and Scroll banquet last spring. The students, tapped by those holding '72 staff positions, were selected by Advisor Mary Ehling on the basis of written applications as well as previous work. Mrs. Ehling, along with staff members Debby Lyddon, Barb Albright, Debbie Anderson and Karen Nelson attended a yearbook workshop dealing with various types of layout, copy writing and photography for the book. ln November, the staff organized Black and Gold Queen nominations made by the senior class. Chosen on the basis of photogenic beauty, senior .lill Grobeck was announced as the I973 queen out of a group of II senior candidates at the As Black and Gold deadlines catch up with the staff, two members seem to be up to their neck with work. Honors Convocation. Seniors Becky Lambourn and Karen Nelson keep busy measuring and proportioning pictures. Black and Gold members are: Front row: D. Langer, photo., D. Anderson, girls' Lambourn, boys' sports ed., T. Bucy, staff asst't., L. Freitag. organizations ed., B. sports ed.. D. Lyddon, ed., L. Romans, business man., P. Madsen, faculty ed., and Albright, man. ed., G. Peters. advertising man., G. Wagner, class ed., and Gary K. Nelson. activities ed. Second row: M. Ehling, advisor, S. Macklin. photo., B. Van Fleet, darkroom man. f L,- A Vx. . g , , gy X, . 4 , in A, 5 Leta Freitag Karen Riggs Peggy Welty Vicky Kukoly Cheryl Lunn Debbie Hatten Cheryl Johnson Pam Borgmeyer Billie Burhig Laurie Jensen FHS band members include. Front row: B. Bellis, N. Rodaway, T. Chapman, S. Anderson, M. McGee and M. Howe. Second row: M. Stoltenberg, N. Nichols, N Meier, S. Carstensen, P. Leeper, S. Peterson. M. Mayer, J. Woodcock, R. Colling J. Widman, K. Morris, D. Loock and K. Patrick. Third row: D. Stuenkel, W. Beut- tow, R. Hillrich, L. Lefler, J. Forsberg, S. Hammond, L. Widner, N. Wilkinson, G Rector, J. Conrad, K. Wilberding, M. McGee, G. Clemmer, M. Neibaum. S. Register, M. Elwood, S. Leathers and W. Francis. Back row: N. Walker, D. Thomas, N. Eskilsen, D. Meier, M. Connick, T. Bucklin, R. Martin, C. Koehler and M. Brei. Band contains diversit of talents Band officers include: Front row: N. Nichols, Assn't. drum major, C. Stafford, treas., E. Whitt, librarian, D. Meier, sec., T. Burns and F. Huffman, assn't. librarians. Back row: D. Ehly, equipment man., M. Brei, drum major, P. Steffensmeier, pres., and M. Stoltenberg, vice-pres. The I972-73 Fremont High School band consisted of IO5 members. These people participated in numerous and varied ac- tivities throughout the year. Even before school began, the members organized and took part in a marathon softball game, earning the world's record for the longest softball game ever played. The project served to raise money for a trip to Enid, Oklahoma in May. Other band activities included taking part in marching contests at Plattsmouth, Pershing Auditorium, Midland College and Omaha Westside. Winning superior ratings in each, they also played at foot- ball and basketball games, Contem- porary Arts Night and the Pop-Jazz Festival. ' si Seniors Mike Stoltenberg and Steve Woodcock qualified to attend the All State Music Clinic at Kearney this year in November. Stoltenberg played the clarinet and Woodcock, the trombone. "The band's competitive spirit and enthusiasm has been reflected in their over-all superior rating," stated Band Director John Bowen. During half time, senior Julie Buell entertains foot- ball fans with her twirling talents. Members of the l972-73 FHS twirling squad are: Front row: Junior Denise Heckman, seniors Julie Buell and Debbie Barcus. Back row: Juniors Kay Cecil, Janet Widmann and Susan Anderson. , Q , J L 'gf ,mama FHS band members include: Front row: L. Christensen. F. Huffman, S. Gnuse. D. Anderson, S. Larsen and M. Watson. Second row: G. Bubbert, T. Nolan, R. Ayers, T. Burns, C. Drucker, K. Stafford, D. Heckman, P. Thayer, C. Day, D. Meyer and K. Leathers. Third rows P. Steffensmeier, D. Ehly, D. Cunningham, C. Stafford, P. Peterson, Kim Kock, S. Mahnke, S. Haynes, S. Echtenkamp, Keri Kock, E. Knudsen, D. Hurley, V. Post, K. Cecil, L. Hartley and N. Allen. Back row: D. Kingry, J. Fuhr, M. Brei, J. Reese, M. Anderson. K. Bruhn, J. Mills, V. Larsen, T. Goodwin, D. Wehrmann, S. Bond, S. Woodcock, E. Whitt. S. Claussen, E. Gun- nick, M. Christensen and L. Hetrick. 1 U34 W wt fs .Y RWM? . FHS choir exhibit musical talents All work and no play makes for a dull time in Milwaukee' seems to be senior Pete King's philosophy. Senior Karen Bruhn laughs good-naturedly at the joke as she tries to regain the key to her room. 1 t"" 'W 'J t Students from each grade level made up the choir consisting of 87 members this year. The choir was very active and was in- volved in many programs. Their first was the Tri-City Clinic with Norfolk and Columbus held in the Columbus High School. Mr. John Lauber of Nebraska Wesleyan directed the combined group. ln November, auditions for the State Music Clinic were held with seniors Susan Ronhovde, Nancy Allen and Jeff Evans all qualifying and attending the clinic in Kearney. The choir sang for several concerts: the Winter and Spring Concerts, the Christmas convocation, Contemporary Arts Night and for the l973 Baccalaureate exercises. ...af Front row: M. Meenen, T. Rohrs, J. Hurt, C. Stratman, N. Allen, J. Brel, E. Whitt. J. Lenser, M. Chantry. 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V. .2 esgffl' QV.-V-5fz'if9i-fas-V'Ti"" J ' T f f ' , EI We V. 'ze I ' K' , tl K ' 2 . KK k?if V" f'fV is VV .VQVlK'lf'?f i f Q if ,KV VK V 2 .V.K,VVr. ,V. , I .i 2 5 We is Q K I T - pn. . IVV ! KKV ' 5' ' 'N i 5 ' '- S... M' 1 Ii.....V.. 'V , V ' Front row: P. Sperstad, J. Monovitz, P. King, B. Hafits, C. Rice, M. Moore, D. Wehrmann, P. Wilson, S. Evans, D. Anderson. Second row: B. Rashleigh, G. Perry, J. Daehnke. L. Christensen, S. Frost, S. Ryerson, P. Dritley, K. Cecil, G. Carlson, B. Leighton. Row three: D. Curren, K. Bruhn, V. Wehrmann, D. Legler, 5., 2 M. Pettitt, D. Newkirk, L. Rohlfs. K. Speicher, T. Brand. Back row. G. Moseman, T. Goodwin, C. Smith. J. Nelson, A. Bradley, R. Hillrichs, D. Jorgensen. S. Daniels, S. Petersen. N. Nichols. Thirty-five Chorale members, groggy from a sleepless night before, practice during the wee hours of the morning. The group later appeared before a Music Educators' Confsrence in Milwaukee. Chorale works to attend convention "Chorale is a small ensemble of 28 of the best singers in choir which performs music designed for singing ensembles smaller in number than the choir," ac- cording to Mr. Robert Yanike, director of the Chorale. This year, Chorale traveled to Milwaukee, Wisconsin for the National Music Educators Convention March 28- April I. To help raise money, Chorale sold singing telegrams. The telegrams were sold for special occasions such as birthdays. get well, congratulations, good luck and anniversaries. Other Chorale activities included concerts with choir and performing for civic organizations such as St. Pat's PTA. "l feel some people have the wrong idea about Chorale. . . it is a group of people who are very interested in vocal music. I myself feel lucky to be in it," commented sophomore Tom Goodwin. Front row Sue Frost P Drltley J Lenser Second row D. Sorge, S. Schroeder, S. row: M. Edwards, B. Hafits, M. Heitzelman, J. Evans, D. Wallingford. G. Ronhovde P Wilson S Hurt V Post S Evans K Lund. Third row: J. Steyer, K. Moseman, P. King, E. Whitt. Bruhn F Hansen D Curren D Newkirk K Cecil N. Allen, M. Elwood. Back Fall play projects a different style The drama department at FHS was under new instruction by first year teacher, Mr. Robert Keiper. The fall production, 'Dark of the Moon', was his first at FHS. An es- timate of l,l5O attended. Tom Goodwin, sophomore, as John the Witch Boy, por- trayed a witch boy that was turned into a human for a limited time if he could marry Barbara Allen, played by senior Shelley Schroeder, and she would be faithful for one year then his human figure would remain indefinitely. If not, he would change back into the witch boy. Other members of the cast included: Brenda Fox, senior, as Dark Witch, Becky Leighton, junior, as Fair Witch, John Gaskin, junior, as Conjurman, Dollie Cdle, junior, as Conjurwoman, Rod Vetter, sophomore, as Preacher Haggler, Ron Draine, junior, as Pa Allen, and Sheryl Hurt, senior, as Ma Allen. AfterbJohn the witch boy. in human form, and Barbara Allen are joined in marriage, she desperately tries to get him to attend church in order for him to get sanctified. Her task was not easy. Bmw' W AA-x Barbara Allen sadly expresses her feelings for John the witch boy through 'The desperately tries to become human. The townsfolk of Buck Creek listen intently Ballad of Barbara Allen', a song that tells the story of a witch boy who to the story. River City dazzled b Harold Hill Mayor Schinn, Mayor of River City, urges the members of the School Board to stop arguing in public. The dis- cussion is over whether or not the train is late, early or right on time. Marion ponders sorrowfully for the one she loves as she sings "Goodnight My Someone". "The story of 'The Music Man' is a sam- ple one ofa prudent piano teacher falling in love with a traveling salesman," com- mented senior Mary Kay Edwards, who played Marion. In the beginning of the play, Marion despises Harold Hill, played by senior Pete King. She realizes he is a fraud but keeps her information to herself when she realizes she is in love with him, as well as everything he has brought to River City. River City, Iowa was the setting for the play as Harold Hill, dazzled the 'stubborn lowans' and Marion Paroo. Harold Hill planned to sell the lowans band instruments and then leave the town after collecting the money, but couldn't leave because he, too, had fallen in love with Marion. The fine arts department presented 'The Music Man' March I4, I5, and l6. awe'--' Harold Hill, portrayed by senior Pete King, tries to get Marion's. attention, portrayed by senior Mary Kay Edwards, by threatening to drop all the marbles he has in his bag on the library floor. The citizens of River City join together in welcoming the audience to their city people of Iowa were-something of which Harold Hill decided to try and by singing "lowa Stubborn", which was a song telling about how stubborn the change. It was a difficult task, but he succeeded. Night Watch-'a mysterious drama' Helga the maid. played by senior Peggy Welty, informs Elaine, portrayed by senior Karen Bruhn, that her husband's company owns the building where the murders took place just before she leaves for Germany. iuliuu... The psychiatrist, senior Diana Newkirk, listens intentively to Elaine Wheeler fa slightly neurotic-minded individual portrayed by senior Karen Bruhnj as she Closing the season for the Drama Department was the Fremont High production of Night Watch, May 4-5. Night Watch centered around Elaine Wheeler, who is displayed as a slightly neurotic woman who claims to have seen two dead bodies in a tenement building across the street. Elaine, played by senior Karen Bruhn is aware that her husband is having an af- fair with their best friend, Blanche, played by senior Pat Wilson. Elaine had called the police so many times and given false reports that they did not believe her the last time she call- ed, only this time there really were two dead bodies in the building, the bodies of her husband John, played by junior J. P. Voecks and Blanche. Elaine then set off on a get-away to Switzerland after having actually com- mitted the perfect crime. tries to determine whether Elaine is really disturbed as the stories around town say or if she is sane and telling the truth. FHS anxiously awaits Homecomin Senior Barb Obermiller cheerfully counts out the number of tickets left to be sold for the Homecom- ing dance. About l75 couples attended. Things come and things go and finally Homecoming '72 was here. Senior Becky Kraft was crowned Homecoming Queen for the I972-'73 term at a special con- vocation. Juniors Diane Thompson and Marsha Pettitt were tapped as her princesses. The candidates selected for queen were seniors Cheryl Lunn and Laurie Jensen and for princesses were juniors Diane Downey and Julie Hurt. The 47-7 victory over the Hastings Tigers added to the excitement of Homecom- ing. Queen Becky, and her princesses, were presented to the public at a special half-time ceremony. The Homecoming dance followed the game. At the dance. bracelets were presented to the royalty by senior F-Club members Scott Donkin, Dave Pimper. and president Ben Siebler. Ben then es- corted Queen Becky in the traditional "queen's dance". Music was provided by the Revolvers. -.MA -AQ Y eff ' . - X, .. 7 .strs i .eng J e s fsggig ' C ' t Q t -:K wi N X fs feb --ess it - fs s E Q X25 2 . Q t 2 ttr - - TSX If-v ..7 Q ..,, L 3 . Y 5' -X ts- s as ,. .. at .. .H . '15 .. ns 2 E f . . rf, 'Q 5+ -a s s -. ' ' tl . M. - . sof te- 2 -X V V , .2 ' ii . .. 3 f t .Q .. st... . S l L .N - S? " ' -E:l ,RM f N. 34 . 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"" i-1sEv-:si::3Z?E- 5. -,-- ' - .... ' X iss: r ttf, 'L H- U - 'ls f 111- rw .. 4 . - -' Q , . " --'- i ' v 1 fi. If .12 f- . J . iq -. Senior Scott Donkin, with a little help from Carl enior ory ay gives the senior Homecoming display a final lookover before the judging. This was the third Bfulmv Presents PV"1C955 Dlane Tl'l0mPS0n T0 3 winning display belonging to the Class of '73. The theme was 'Let's get a-head of Hastings'. waiting audience at the faPPl"'8 Cefem0nY- .,. 88 Kraft awarded Homecoming crown Seniors Cheryl Lunn and Laurie Jensen, left, were also nominated for the title of Hurt and Diane Downey. right. All girls were escorted by F-Club members in the Homecoming Queen. Nominated for the position of princess were juniors Julie tapping ceremony. Christmas in pires FHS students The spirit of Christmas was all around FHS as the festive season approached. Many homerooms put decorations on their doors which were later judged. Miss Ruth Lonn's homeroom won the honor of first prize for the most attractive door. "I believe that the canned food drive was a great success this year," commented Student Body president Mike Heintzelman. "lt shows the students real- ly do care about others and this was real- ly very evident this year." Mrs. Harriet Hafits' homeroom won first place in the drive with a total of 626 cans, while 33 canned hams and S79 were contributed by Mrs. Deann'a Freitag's homeroom. Mrs. Mary Ehling's senior homeroom also contributed over 35 canned hams and received special recognition. Seniors Karen Riggs and Mark Hansen were chosen Merry Christmas and Hap- py New Year at the annual Christmas Dance sponsored by Fremonts' Distributive Education Club of America. "I want to thank all the students that came to our dance," stated DECA Presi- dent John Weinberg. Even though we had a small turnout, those who came really had a good time." zggf i'd6T'PUi1?v' ,gym high 'G A Y W i,,Z4,,3.,.3 WWC' some an an A 'Y 9 wi i.!.l'f..?f' f"'- Student Body President Mike Heintzelman and junior Teri Rohrs gather up contributions made towards the l972-73 canned food drive. With re-introduced competition, over 5,000 cans were collected. Despite the small Christmas dance attendance seniors Shelly Schroeder and Ben Siebler seem to be enioymg the festivities as they step to the music of the Elastic Band gf. 34. 15 , if v, V ..,,,,m+,-....a,,w.,.- 7 K K2 if ox' t Nominations for the titles of Merry Christmas and Happy New Year were con nominees were Ben Slebler Laurie Jensen Dave Drake Peggy Welty Pam ducted a week prior to the dance by the senior class Those selected as Borgmeyer and Jeff King besides winners Karen Riggs and Mark Hansen 'M . f Chfgtmas Karen :Q v +V Wig 'One of the best years of I fe' Senior class President Bob Ritzen presents AFS stu- dent Steve Clingman with a class ring purchased by the Class of '73. This year's AFS student was Steve Clingman from Johannesburg, South Africa. Steve applied to the AFS organiza- tion in Johannesburg during his junior year and went through several interviews before his application was sent into New York. "I did it as a matter of interest and then got very excited about it. Once l'd been accepted, nothing could stop me." "When I first arrived, I was quite uncer- tain as to what my reception would be like. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Weinberg and Jon, the people I lived with this year, met at the bus station in Omaha at 2:00 a.m. Needless to say, any fears I might have had, were groundless. I had one of the best years of my life here at Fremont. Memories of school, football, track, lettering, a fifteen minute phone call home and mainly all the truly wonderful people I have met, will remain with me for the rest of my life." Steve Clingman's foster family for the i972-73 school year are Mr. and Mrs. Robert Weinberg, John Carson Steve Clingman proudly stands with his Dad and Jon Weinberg. "Steve is really great to have around." commented Jon. ' while fathers are announced on Dad s Night TWIRP-let's grea e back 'n jive TWIRP candidates were allowed to leave scheduled classes early in order to collect money for the American Field Service fund. Pillsbury Doughboy Mac Peters takes time out to fold Rustlers. Senior TWIRP candidate Mark Hansen gives the AFS fund the shirt off his back by barrelling on in his money- making campaign. Junior Joe Macrino gladly makes an appreciated donation. On April I3 of this year, the roles of boys and girls were reversed as the women not only "twirped" her date but was also required to pay for entire evening's entertainment. This year's TWIRP dance took place in the high school gymnasium and was set around the l95O's. To be admitted, the couples had to look the part. Senior Lenice Hines and AFS student Steve Clingman were crowned as TWIRP royal- ty at the dance. This year's TWIRP candidates were sophomores Lana Townsfelt and Steve Houses juniors Sally Ryerson and Mac Peters, and seniors Lenice Hines, Geri Peters, Steve Clingman and Mark Hansen. The Student Council was responsible for selecting the candidates. lst, ii A 2 ttf, i"-f 'gl ' B.: ., Senior TWIRP candidate Lenice Hines sings 'Blue Suede Shoes' -Elvis-style for donations. Elvis' per- formances brought her 584.27 and a standing ova- tion from A, B and C lunches! 35 'E , "Why won't my ba-a-by ask me-e to TWI-lRP?" students sat dazed in homerooms listening to a TWIRP Week l973 was off to a iivin' start as groggy somewhat butchered 50's melody. Seniors Mark 'QM ik Qiasm W meet in Mr. StoIl's room to tally their daily quota of money. They are senior Lenice Hines. Ryerson, senior Mark Hansen. senior Steve Clingman and senior Gere Peters. M R-7, ,f Hansen. Geri Peters and Steve Clingman also dis play the spirit of TWIRP with garish outfits. Senior Paul Beister escorts his date Thersa Campbell across the bridge during the Grand March. Participants marvel at Q ' 9 Saturda I N"""""w , n the Park Every year, it is the job of the junior class to design a Prom for the departing seniors. With many hours of planning. sketching and experimenting, the juniors finally put their ideas into a major theme for the I973 Junior-Senior Prom-'Satur- day in the Park'. The dance was held in the gym on Satur- day May I2th. All juniors were urged to come the night before and Saturday morning to decorate the gym. Street lights and brimming fountains set the mood for the dance. According to junior Mark Muller ap- proximately l5O couples attended the dance. "We were really pleased with the turn out," he went on to say. Music this year was provided by Freedom Road. Couples chat after being introduced during the Grand March. Traditionally the watch from the balcony. Don Hosch, sophomore, announced the students boys escort their dates through the Grand March while parents and visitors names during the gala event. Senior Dave Pimper along with his date Judy Wewel stand together after being announced at March. Tux's were optional for the boys, but there were still many worn that evening. Gr and aff N BAG-1 if " if a f? Juniors Dan Harms and Ellen Kempke seem to be enjoying the night's activities as they chat. Next-to-the-lash step-baccalaureat The Reverend Ralph Ritzen brings his speech to an end by wishing all the graduating seniors "peace". Baccalaureate services for the class of I973 began with a prayer by the Reverend Gary Schlosser and an introduction of senior Dean Stunkel who gave his stu- dent address on 'The Student and the Future'. Dean's speech brought warm feelings and tender thoughts to the seniors as they listened to him. He was later com- mended on his speech by Mrs. Harriet Hafits. She commented that, "Every once in a while we have to forget our formal way of writing and speak directly from the heart." The baccalaureate sermon was given by the Reverend Ralph Ritzen entitled 'Why Am I Here?' followed by a benediction by the Reverend Robert Hansen. The class of I973 was ready for com- mencement. Senior Dave Drake smiles proudly as he partakes in the baccalaureate services. Black gowns were worn by the boys and gold gowns were worn by the girls to signify Fremont High's colors. 'You will be remembered well' 5 Pt Graduating seniors grasp their hats tightly so the wind won't carry them away as they prepare to march to their seats for the graduation exercises. The night was a cool but pleasant one. is . .T3i"35iN2t!Q fifth? fwttfif f 'W 'S f f l' it f 'S tsr' . i :iss rsh1.l3i'wrii'?irisfrg . T ,fi girl, A 7t,l A ,A ,, gg fad! J, gy, cg 3 .Q X g as if sff,',f-s is . his I ,'f:,'gt',. if . 3. if fy T jg- Y aff . . , F ..K it 'K , 2... - -ff'-...st field, we fi Q -vm. ' Waiting to receive each individual diploma seems like a never-ending task. To make time pass along the seniors chat with their friends some of whom they will never see again. Amidst the flying debris, which didn't help the contacts, forceful winds that conveniently carried hats away at the most inconvenient times, and drops of rain here and there that kept people on the edge of their seats wondering when those black clouds were going to just break loose and pour, 422 graduating seniors received their long awaited diplomas. Senior Valedictorian Brenda Fox gave a student address on apathy, entitled, 'lt's Time to Wake Up'. Senior Mike Stoltenberg's address was on 'New Horizons'. Mike is also a Valedictorian. Various seniors were chosen to receive special awards for conduct during their high school years. Senior Scott Donkin was awarded the honor key. Two Citizenship Awards went to seniors Cheryl Johnson and Mike Stoltenberg. Best All-Around Girl was awarded to Debby Meier, and Best All-Around Boy went to Mark Hansen. After the distribution of the diplomas, a prayer was said by Rev. Dwight Steiner. The class of l973-you will be remembered welll! I I 1 I I I I I I I I I I I I I I 1 I V ,,,,,,,, ,,, I I c I I I I I . I I I I I I .a, . Fifi . , 73" I s gram, E 0 ' 2 5 9 , 2. ,V ,HA fn -::1:i ,,,4. ,-'J wi, , '- K D - ,IVF-' ,'f. f :ry 1 .N t Y f ' t , f if ji'-Vi" 'HE' it 55' 175' A' ..-v2'Lz'f -' ' "E-"Q-L1 fw , V. .ll f L f . rw. .. . ' ig.: ll f 'i" -'S fi ' " .:'f f yi, ' F w rd lyfyif QQ! ng, ilu ' , I ::'g imQxU A . 1 ri., ,fn V , 1 . 4' Ye , -. .uv in - 'S il 'W '. ' 1.4, i Em ua-,fy "g-f:, !l!yff1- fvfsvw' 4 sv 2 K P u 'V1 .,.1'M-:-.L 2 V ii - ' ., ,V ,An-,,-,iq 'UL' ,L 7-151 NLX-ina., - r 1 u 1,1 my .4 ' . 1 X I4 I A i F ' 1 ni ,.V,,,,,- .3 gf.. A ,i 5.4 jd' A. ' mx - -,. gn 1 W , ,,.'.Q,,y ,fp 41 W hw' . ' - gif' - , 1 f Ai :L .. fi, V gi .-I, , A' ig.. ,. I il ,ifm - - fm 1- i i , fi i X AEI' fifggin. 1 'Q vu 1.1" i na: P X 1 ihffiil-5 Y ii3'.5'32ii M i H' ftuf., 4 . ,J i .,"' go- " Q fi "' -4.16555 - Guiding foundation 102 995334. ,mw- School Board members Keith Lallman, Kathleen Farris, Dr. Stanley Carlson, cerning the school during a meeting. The School Board formed a committee to Rolland Ryerson, Dr. Larry Gausman, Robert Lambourn discuss problems con- investigate building a new high school. Administration members decide on major issue ., , . wmrsi.. ' .. e nf 15' 1, r llsl Q S. ? 5 2 sm i 2 H 5 ai Q i, 4 A 9 . f 22 f gl Q gf -. Y 6' V ,,.- 3 5 gg 1 ,ii 525 ...il -51.1, , W Q in -1 , xii , , M, .. , Mr. William Donscheski diligently works on one of the many problems he faces daily. Everything from spankings to broken windows and cut arms come up in a years' time. To face these problems and many other similar problems which arise daily, are the members of the school ad- ministrative staff. The staff is headed by the School Board which is comprised of six members. This staff makes all final decisions on major problems in the school. Mr. Lloyd Sexton and Mr. William Donscheski work closely with the School Board and other members of administra- tion. They are the superintendent and assistant superintendent, respectively. Many hours of work are put into their jobs each day. Best known to high school students are Principal Mr. Gerald Meyer and Assis- tant Principal Mr. Keith Hughes. Acting as messengers between school officials, Mr. Meyer and Mr. Hughes inform the school board and superintendent of high school news. s Mr. Lloyd Sexton, superintendent of schools shuffles through paperwork on his desk. High school Principal Mr. Gerald Meyer observes students in the hall before school. Mr. Meyer often helped when a rush of tardy students came into the office. H V, fl" t '- .a fi lll ' if -5 ,,.. - -' V' ,I . A y 1 ' f ..:, - Q fl I ' ' Disciplining students is the major concern of Assistant Principal Mr. Keith Hughes. Mr. Hughes puts in many hours of work each day to aid in smooth operations of the school. M. Gordon S. Huggins E. Strong 103 104 Q ls Front row: Donna Kassmeier, Thelma Knight, Marjorie Meier. Minnie Henry, Mabel Delong, Adeline Lambrecht, Clara Moore, Marcie Garrison, Connie Brand. Second row: Jolene Gaston, Kathy Overton, Sandra Parker, Mary Ham- mond. Cindy Homes, Cindy Leach, Jennette Romans, Samella Boss. Back row! Debbie Werst. Mike Adams, Randy Schulz, David Schulz, Tee Ray Nolan, Larry Kumm, Doug Shinaut, David Phillips, Cheryl Lofquest. X XX swf' ie. in AMW ,,., Phylis Ebel, along with others, works daily as a Mrs. Mabel Hellings, school nurse, records information during a student health check. Students are checked secretary to Mr. Clopper in the Commons. by the nurse every year they are in high school. Special staffs aid school operations Muddy halls, bloody noses, and hungry stomachs are the concern of several members of the FHS faculty. Several janitors put in many hours each week to keep the halls and rooms of the school building clean and shiny. On week-ends they return at night to clean up after basketball games and other school activities. Mrs. Connie Brand, head of the cafeteria, is responsible for placing food orders and for planning menus. Bloody noses, sprained ankles and jammed fingers are repaired by Mrs. Mabel Hellings, school nurse. These men operate on daily or nightly shifts and are responsible for Kinkade Second row: David Bade Gilbert Heimann Clarence Johnson Back maintenance of the school. Front row: Roy Behrens William Chesnut Delmar row: Harvey Harper Howard Melerhenry Harold Rahtz Librar offers students arious new resource Junior Sally Taege is one of many girls who relinquishes free periods to work as librarian. magazines, replaces materials for further use and aids in checking out library materials. She finds The FHS library received new materials daily. Books, filmstrips, sound-filmstrips, records, tapes and film loops were available in dozens of interest and sub- ject areas. A descriptive list was publish- ed periodically to inform students and teachers of new materials pertinent to their particular subject areas and in- terests. "Students could check out most materials and also use some audio-visual equipment for production of materials for class projects. "The carpeting of the library between semesters made it an especially attrac- tive and quiet place for students to study and do research," offered Mrs. LaVerle Morehouse who headed the FHS library staff. "There are many more sources available to the students and any assistance need- ed can be obtained." Students occupy their time in the library by studying. Many resources are loaned to the students on a daily or weekly basis. Cameras, tape recorders and available to aid students in their work. Magazines, books, and pamphlets are film equipment are also available for student use. Mrs. Joan Stenger. library secretary, finds much work involved in her occupation. Mrs. Stenger must catalog books, films and magazines as well as type, answer the phone and aid students when needed. F' .Q Media Director Mr. Ray Meister gives Mr. Robert Keiper a few helpful hints on the operation of some media equipment. Technical problems often arise that only an experienced staffer can solve. -ww , . .. I ' l was . will 'XX' A ll 'Sf' gf . . X 5' sl xx " A , X' 24. ' ja, ., FN Kaiser-W-Q-M-it-n...,.W.a,. ..., K: ,' h ,al ff , as .K x' . XL, i -N M ig ff- .W-. sw Being librarian requires a lot of paper work of Mrs. LaVerle Morehouse. 107 108 Guidance offers students D. Boettner R. Elwood R. Knigge R. Wells D. Williams Guidance counselor Mrs. Dorothy Boettner con- centrates on work to be done. service Daily students came and went in great numbers through the guidance office. Five FHS counselors were constantly try- ing to help students, no matter what their problems were. Class schedules and problems were dis- cussed during individual student con- ferences. Students were always welcome to visit guidance counselors at any time. Counselors also aided teachers, com- puted class ranks and took care of changes in curriculum. Guidance counselor Mrs. Dorothy Boettner stated, "I want to be able to treat everyone as someone special. To- day everything has become so com- puterized that we find ourselves referring to students as numbers rather than the way they really are." Explaining her philosophy in one sentence, Mrs. Boettner explains, "lf l can't help someone, it's time to quit!" 'S V! V -fl E ff? ,UE Mr. Joseph Stoll and Robert Knigge, guidance counselors, busily work on student schedules. Each semester, schedules had to be checked and class sizes computed. Class s learn languageg 0 0 This year foreign language students traveled from the French Riviera to the German Alps and to the sandy shores of investigate new cultures Spain through the pages of their foreign language textbooks. The foreign language department, staff- ed by four teachers, offers three foreign languagesi French, German and Spanish. Students learn the basics of the foreign language along with culture, history, and songs of the land where the languages originated. The teachers try to provide a real life situation for the students. Various activities such as games, puppet plays, and skits were performed during the year. One activity involved competi- tion between German and Spanish students. Each class constructed a puppet play which was video-taped and later iudged by Mr. Robert Kroenke, Mechanical Drawing instructor. fit? Spanish teacher Miss Marilyn Keyes tries a hand at a penny toss during a Spanish Mardi Gras. Lists of songs are reviewed during a German Club party while German instructors Mr. Roger Larsen and Mr. Allen Ahlers wait for a decision. German Club sponsored many activities. A. Ahlers B. Carlson M. Keyes R. Larsen 110 its ms,"'f'-i:,,-Q. 'f2fgiyAgtttiitsaew.fevfi. ,Q-"" H' Miss Bones explains one of the questions Dave Belak has about group projects her English classes worked on during the year. Miss Bones is a new English teacher this year. L. Bones G. Brant Students listen intently to a lecture by Miss Burkholder on literature 'ittwdilill N, ' l K , -'f . , . English teachers Mrs. JoDeen Kingston, Mrs. Deanna Freitag, Mrs. Harriette Hafits and Mrs. Beverly Carlson talk over their volleyball strategy before playing another intramural game. Many Engli puring Commons supervision, Mrs. Harriet Hafits corrects papers from her English classes. Mrs. Hafits was in charge of seventh period Commons every day and disciplined unruly students. h classes allow choice From the kingdom of Elsinore and Hamlet to demonstrations of popping popcorn trekked the English teachers of FHS. Each year these teachers have come up with something new and exciting to brighten their classes and this year was no exception. British Literature classes traveled to Omaha to see Oliver and read many novels and plays by British authors such as Hamlet. Mass Media classes visited KOIL radio station and Speech classes gave an assundry of demonstrations in- cluding popcorn popping. This year a new division was added to the English department: a special educa- tion section designed to benefit slow students. M. Burkholder M. Ehling D, Freitag H. Hafitg X J. Krause J. Kingston R, Lgnn J, p,-ice R. Sandry V. Weber 112 Students learn to live in harmon D. Blair L. Christiansen C. Gordon R. Homa History classes in FHS not only include World and American History, but Political Behavior, Economics, Behavioral Science and Psychology also. Mini courses instructed by Mr. Patrick Murphy were classes that added variety to history. The nine week courses studied various aspects of history in detail. Psychology and Behavioral Science classes instructed students on human behavior and methods to enable the students to live harmoniously with peers and adults. Political Behavior and Economics studied the many facets of America's politics and economy. it Q Ni -Sgt .vs fsmtstsg . is A553555 f ,'.,ig:egssffs-...tg mggjlsftizi ' l X ,. .,,. y .5 ,, ,T KW may ,. , In Q.: Qt -f Each day Mr. Louis Christiansen can be found guarding his own hallway. Mr. Christiansen, history instruc- tor. observes students passing in the hall to insure orderly conduct. I E E .EV I l i fi 1 1 3 2 ,. 5 . History instructor Mr. Russell Homa searches through a newspaper for interesting current events to present to his class. Quizzes on current events were a major part of Mr. Homa's class. ,l m P' A lg A K 35 it J 3,3112 S V M .fx ,Q ss ts --.egg-ffhgll . f l . A f. .,j K ' am: 1 Saga! tsl if a . get E 5' -2 EY? 9 .3 f . NSN me . . ' ft' P i ,, ,EiHl,, M .. .,.:5:,E,.q. . Relaxing during a class discussion is Mr. Douglas Nabb, American History teacher. Quite often the students found current events that tied in with the class for group discussion. N J. McMullen P. Murphy D. Nabb J. Stoll J. Stroeh L. Tillotson 113 114 Math teachers add computer stud "Present day society collectively needs a great deal of the most sophisticated kind of mathematics for its functioning: it is essential for its very survival. The highly complex problems of the technological society requires complex mathematics to solve them. The demand. therefore, for increased competency in mathematics has become a reality for many. We are striving to meet the demands in the Mathematics Department in Fremont High School." math teacher Mr. Duane Humphrey said. Computer Math was one course added to the Math Department in an attempt to maintain a meaningful and current curriculum. Also, an electronic calculator was added this year to aid students in their assignments. .....T-.N Mr. Dale Rohde, mathematics instructor. assists iunior Julie Hurt by explaining the solution of a math problem. Mr. Rohde teaches some of the new computer classes this year. ' Mr. Dave Wilcox looks over some of his students' papers at the end of a test day. New this year, Mr. Wilcox teaches Algebra and General Math classes. Checking out a problem on one of the Math Department's new computers is Mr. Duane Humphrey. The com- puter enabled the department to add new classes and aided students in the solution of problems. Juniors Tom Lannin and Todd Havekost showed the results of the Math Department's efforts by placing in Mr. Al Lay checks papers in the math resource the Creighton Math Field Day. The team placed second out of I5O teams. center during a free period. 115 116 Steve Calta and Patty Johnson crack open a clam while Biology teacher Mr. John Appleget awaits the results. Grasshoppers. worms, fish and starfish were also dissected by students. Senior Scott Brannon investigates a scientific theory in his Physics class. L. Meyer probe into new areas of stud cience students A wide variety of projects were con- ducted during science classes this year. Dissection of a rhesus monkey and a fetal pig, numerous experiments concer- ning chemicals, investigations of the parts of the plants in the area and the development of film were examples of such projects. A new class was introduced into the Science Department this year. Physiology was designed to teach the students, in detail, the complicated operations of the human body. Other classes included Biology, Chemistry, Physics and Advanced Topics. Physiology instructor Mr. Richard Sandberg explains the method used to determine the sex of a fruit fly to seniors Jeff Jacobsen and Steve Dzingle. Students had the option of doing a class project. iff lf L 35 iff! R. Reed . , , Q21 .1 f R. Sandberg Mr. Lowell Meyer poses happily before his Periodical Chart and an assortment of equipment in his room. Mr. Meyer is a Chemistry and Physics teacher at Fremont Senior High. Senior Joe Kalina observes intently the confident technique used by Mr. Donald of a Chemistry experiment, Mr, Anderson was happy to aid students seeking Anderson, Physics and Advanced Topics teacher. to achieve the desired results help and was frequently asked to do so. 117 118 swat l J. Donkin R. Hergenrader C. May K. Nelson L. Schultz Business class simulates compan Ever wanted to manage a business? Of- fice Occupations classes were able to ex- perience the functioning of a real office through the simulation of the Lester Hill Corporation. Mr. Kyler Nelson initiated the idea which was used for the first time in business classes this year. Some business students participated in work programs which enabled them to apply skills they had learned. These students were allowed to leave after fifth Eff. 5 is .aft period to attend work. Senior Judy Schroeder was awarded the department's merit for outstanding f 3 achievement in all areas of business. lv-- Office machines and typing classes produce much work for instructor Mrs. Jeannette Donkin. New techniques will be taught and machines are being bought for Mrs. Donkin's classes each year. ,. ' f . if s if? .4 s ,310 - 2155? ' ,A r aw N L , ' 1-fssfisstsf ' . L ' ' '-'. . --a eafaf v, y, ,K f fgarfsfrl rt , -J F J., M 3, W .5 5? ,... E.. fp, it - K 3 319 7 'sinks-.L 3 '- ifft rf t E fjb- 5 Q 4 Ad .Atal fm - , . U 3 .-MA.aa.s.. . t 'tif f-- . . . -mmf: giswaals, I L ' Miss Lillian Shultz. shorthand and typing instructor reviews papers for her and Typing from Miss Schultz. Each year the best shorthand student is given an classes. Many students also came from Bergan High School to take Shorthand award for her achievements in the class, Head of the Business Department is Mr. Kyler Nelson. Here Mr. Nelson takes year the Business Department received a new key punch machine for student's time during his home room.to do some final paperwork for his later classes. This use. i'f:3Qf7o1 I I i gx., ffwezsfs, JQIG-fv2-ea! ' C?s72fLVD 40-e. ffm Kms s own Q, ZZQ 2 ,Ldef it 2562 02622 J Q 1 Many trivial problems arise during a teacher's day, but business teacher Mr. LeRoy Swanson seems to have M ? .127 more than his share. Mr. Swanson teaches typing and general business classes. J fy! M. Robber! W. Sickman L. Swanson 119 120 Fine Arts class s offer ys of expressin self Band instructor Mr. John Bowen gets a toot from senior Melody Watson as iunior Nancy Nichols watches. The band competed in many contests both within the state and out this year. Splish, splash, splosh! Paints, plaster, clay and paper are molded, squeezed and designed into various shapes and sizes for Fine Arts classes. High notes as well as low are arranged to form a melody for instruments and vocal chords alike. Musicals, dramas and comedies were three forms of plays presented by the Drama Department, under the direction of Mr. Robert Keiper, drama instructor. Short plays were produced by the drama students and were open to the student body members. The various classes of the Fine Arts Department promote individuality and creativity in all students. It allowed the freedom needed to create a masterpiece in all the arts classes offered at Fremont High School. Working back stage are drama instructor Mr. Robert Keiper and senior Marge Heyne. Sets were con- structed by the students for all three major plays and for plays given by drama classes. sm Art teacher Miss Nell McPherson prepares a solution for use in a project. Many articles were made by students including candles. wall hangings and wood carvings. J. Bowen R. Keiper N. McPherson M. Reis R. Yahike 121 122 Industrial Arts class s improve assorted skill 1. . in if Q ., .W A wide assortment of useful skills were taught and improved throughout this year. Mechanics, floor plans, wood working and construction were the areas in which students were allowed to make their choices. Welding had a break-through this year. No other Industrial Arts class except electronics included a girl. Prin- cipal Mr. Gerald Meyer allowed one girl to take welding as a trial for future con- sideration of girl students in all fields of Industrial Arts. Mechanics classes were able to work on several autos owned by students as well as one damaged auto donated by a leading Fremont car dealer. Renovation of an old car was another project for Auto Mechanics classes. Mr. Daniel Kelsay points out the steps being taken to repair a student's car. Actual work on damaged automobiles is a vital part of Mr. Kelsay's auto mechanics classes. Mr. Dennis Einspahr, construction technology teacher aids senior Gary Dather with the finishing touches on one of the many cupboards constructed by the students for use in the school. Many shelves were built and repairs on several pieces of equipment were done by students for practice. Mr. Larry Pavel, Electronics instructor. assists senior Bob Wallace with an electronics problem. Circuits for lamps and other electrical appliances were planned and assembled by the classes. H - Q .R fl H 'S Discussing mechanical drawing principles are instructor Mr. Robert Kroenke and Alan Stieren. Plans for houses, buildings and even cars were drawn during class time. ' ui' . 1, ,. . ,:, 1. f f' if R. Beaver D. Einspahr D. Kelsay R. Kroenke L. Pavel R. Peterson 123 124 A. Bahe J. Bryant S. Feaster R. Register D. Wilcoxsen New teachers aid PE Department Mr. Al Bahe, physical education instructor and basketball coach observes the progress of a basketball game. Flanking Mr. Bahe are Roger Behl, student manager and Mr. Dennis Blair, assistant coach. "Fremont is moving ahead to stay in competition with other class A schools. We've accomplished more this year in Physical Education classes as well as track and things will continue to im- prove," stated Miss Ruth Register, physical education instructor. "Although attendance in advanced P.E. classes has dropped, outlooks for future years are better," according to Miss Register. "Also, sophomore classes were allowed to participate in archery, football and a new rhythms unit. Tennis and ping pong equipment were ordered this year for use next year." Another addition was three new physical education teachers. Miss Ruth Register marks down the badminton scores of two physical education students. oys embroider in Home Ec class During one of her free periods, Home Economics teacher Mrs. Melanie Gifford takes time to deliver a note to the office for an announcement in the next day's homeroom bulletin. One of the skills acquired this year by the students in the Bachelor Living class. now in its second year, was embroidery. The boys learned many different stitches and used their new knowledge to decorate their blue jeans. Among courses offered this year were Clothing and Textiles and Foods and Nutrition taught by Mrs. Sharon Anton. Housing and Decorating, Bachelor Living and Human Development were taught by Mrs. Melanie Gifford. Both taught Family Living. The students in the Human Development classes took field trips to visit the Oppor- tunity Center and Mary Moppet's Day Care School. They also sponsored a nursery school for pre-schoolers. Various houses in the community were visited by the Housing and Decorating classes. Bachelor Living students were faced with the sewing creation of a bow tie. Mrs. Sharon Anton busily marks the pieces for an outfit she is sewing. Mrs, Anton instructs Home Economics students in cooking, sewing and family living. S. Anton M. Gifford Wi' I H w J N l 1 1 1 l 3 K I , M e ! n x + MM'g-QNAWAW 'Aww' A77 Y Y V N 11' i i l I I 1 i f Q l H'-'A T L l"MA 1 W 2 I ,Q Q , r 4 313 1 f W ' 1 ,.., .j szHQgTg'? Iw,?Ni31 5 41 ' y viii Q if yi1v.5Q' A lx fy Y i ' k ,fry 1 lg. 'L ,T ,V W YT: gyxv . J -:M v ff, 11 .-NM! V, N1 f 4, L lf. 'A' ,..,TA W ,V Mm 18.333, tif ' a A . Y. Y - 37? - , -g f' .l Q ' ki , . f' 4 if an 'lla M F111 MIK V . 4 I K f iwhhfieeev fsffiffi ,f f- 4 V Ff9f..5A,,. - was Ii, , f f ,W 1 in wi, PQEWZ J f 4 am 4. 1, AL, A ggi v.,-, f'Q4:4f.m.m14n1,nx'sg-,635 WW' Nmgflgf 4, ,- ,- , 4k1Q.4,'NwQ,x .f 1, , ff 'P gb if :n ,H Q A M1 QQ,-5 , 'ff N: I .JL 1- .K YW X A fy ,f r 2 Q, " fx ' YM 'A 5 'Q I Q Q i 0 5 W S li 2 l RQMWQHEHKE WS 128 'Road ahead starts new direction' Sophomore class officers ares Sharon Christensen, sec., Mike Wise. vice-pres., Steve Calta, pres., and Lana Tonsfeldt. treas. Approximately 463 new students entered Fremont High on the first day of the I972-73 school term to comprise the sophomore class. A program for the year was outlined at the first officers' meeting which allowed the class to get off to a good start. The first activity was that of selling refreshments at a home football game. This event made money for a band and other expenses of the Junior-Senior Prom. The class also sold activity calen- dars, which proved to be a successful endeavor. As a result of united efforts. the class treasury stood at over SLOO0 before Prom. Due to unfortunate circumstances the sophomore Homecoming display was destroyed, and instead the class decorated the gym with streamers, balloons and a nest of Tigers. Other members helped with the serving of punch, donuts and coffee during the evening. The spring of '73 found the officers and student council members meeting three hours to make a choice for their class rings. Four styles were selected and plac- ed in the trophy case for the un- derclassmen to view before voting on the final choice. Sponsoring the class were Miss Mercedes Reed, Mr. Roger Larsen, Mr. LeeRoy Swanson, Miss Marilyn Keyes, Mrs. Dorothy Boettner and Mr. Richard Sandberg. Jeff Abel Greg Adams Mary Adams Mike Adams Melinda Aldrich Scott Andersen Debra Anderson Jode Anderson Douglas Andreasen Greg Andrews Steven Armbrust Mark Armstrong Brian Arps Resea Arps Douglas Arthur Debbie Austin Dianne Backens Judith Bales Kent Bang Gary Barcus Carlon Barnes Joyce Barrett Debbie Bassett Robin Bazata Daniel Beezley Cindy Bengston Amber Benham Kathy Benson Marlys Benson Steve Bentley Pam Berg Wendy Berry Kathi Best Michael Best Kim Bice 130 Robert Blackburn Sally Bloom Kris Boll Mark Boschult Roger Bowling Tod Boysen Carmen Braasch Scott Bradford Janet Brand Michael Brannon Douglas Brester Randall Brewer Jeffrey Brown Sheri Brown Randy Brunmeier Gregory Bubbert Tom Bucklin Vicki Bucy Randy Buhrman Rannah Burhman Barbara Burton Cindra Callaway Steve Calta Cory Carlson Glenda Carlson . ...Q dh! s Gregory Carlson Joanne Carahan Terry Carnahan Cathy Cerny Rodney Chandler Terri Chapman Carl Charter Eric Christensen Marlin Christensen Sharon Christensen Tom Christensen Martin Christiansen Cindy Clark Karen Clark Diane Cloeter lass of 75 filled with new face Robert Conner Corrine Connett Mike Connick Pam Cook Leo Coover Rhonda Cornelius Robin Cornelius Steve Cornell Robert Craighead Thelma Cravens Mike Crawford Teresa Cruse William Cunningham Gwendolyn Daenke Patricia Dallas 13 132 Sophomores display school spirit "The greatest class to be alive, that's the class of 75," chant the sophomores at perclassmen and loyal FHS followers who attended the game, showed an ex- one of the two district games at Norfolk. The sophomores, along with up- treme amount of spirit as Fremont downed its opponents. Cathy Dart Jan Davis Cynthia Day Darwin Day Dean DeButts Donna Deethardt Robert Delp Michael Depue Kathy Desler Jerry Detmer Dave Devoe Paul Devore Joel Dickhute Max Doering Kevin Donohoe Suzanne Dovenbarger Cindy Dunson Dotty Dyson Patti Eads Bill Eaton Sandra Echtenkamp Kett Edgington Steve Ellis Richard Engle Kris Erickson Nan Eskilsen Cindy Espenschied Craig Facklam Steve Farris Lorna Fisher Richard Fouts Robin Fox Mary Franke Robert Frazee Emma Frazier Mark Frye Jim Furstenau Caroline Gaston Cynthia Gates Laurie Gaughen Robert George Randy Gerke Dale Glenn Rick Gobel Tome Goodwin Jayne Gossard Richard Gotshall Kandy Gourley Rhonda Graham Michelle Gray William Green Steve Griffin Rhonda Guhde Eric Gunnick Kristi Gustafson 133 134 Students discover rigorous routine Sandy Hafits Linda Hagenbucher Scott Haines Rick Haith Herbert Hall Shari Hammond Suzanne Hamsa Gary Hand Leroy Hand Diane Hanen Becky Hansen Michelle Hansen Rick Hansen Jacob Harding Brian Harms Ronald Harpster Roxann Hart Joseph Haun Douglas Haynes Holly Haynes Gwen Heimann Candy Henderson Lilladean Henrichson Lori Henrichson Julie Henry Cheryl Herre Gary Hetrick Henry Hoelscher Karen Holstine Cindy Homes Rhonda Hoops Don Hosch Steve House Mary Howe Lee Hubbard Jerry Hudec Sharon Hultgren JoAnn Humbert Jan Hunter Denise Hurley Sherill Irish Skip Isaacson Mollie Iverson Dawn Jacobs Terry Jacobs David Jaspersen Lynette Jensen Lynn Jessen Brad Johannesen Barbara Johnson Betheen Johnson Greg Johnson Linda Johnson Marilyn Johnson Patti Johnson Renee Johnson Sandra Johnson Cynthia Jones Jennifer Jones Larry Jones 135 Greg Jordan Mary Kalina Glenn Kalisek Terry Keene Dean Keim Ronald Keithly Mike Kempenar Cindi Kern Danny Kingry Randal Kingry Debbie Kingston Steven Kirchmann Ray Klabunde Nancy Klahn Phil Klevemann Kevin Knoell Keri Kock Rick Kock Terry Kocour Clark Koehler Dennis Kohl Jay Kohout Bruce Kolund Pam Koplin Michael Kramer Sophomores Sandi Hafits, Bob Frazie, Brian May, i Robin Fox and Holly Haynes take a break between W one of their biology labs. iylfggfiw ,M.i,.f,5ig,5i-l,i f - :?f,s.-N:.,,l. ul f M ill W liilblgfl l H ililgl lwy LQ 5 liter? FE g i3g22gTigi22f2iiE Q1 ,i 53 lg ,-ff 5.55-Ef:f"-'fiililmggiii-'E, wx' -Q ,,,.ims1: .,.,1. .,,,,,,,, .., 'NY'lh"12i?lzf 1'5if - 'EM if .453-ei Ss: Sig Elf? 1 .,gfg.3 Carol Krivolavek Jim Kuddes Larry Kumm Gregg Kupfer Durk Lackas Sally Lackas John Larsen Kathy Larsen Mark Larsen Sherryl Larsen Dean Larson Tom Larson Dori Law Cindy Leach Russell Leedom Sophomore class sets high goal Pamela Leeper Belinda Lefler Sheryl Leister Douglas Lemons Richard LeRette Julie Leslie Brad Lewis Kenna Lewis Dave Lindberg Nancy Line Cheryl Lofquest Douglas Loock Chuck Lowther William Lowther Debbie Luben 137 Bob Lueke Debbie Lunn Mark Lyons Christine Macrino Carl Magnuson Terri Makovicka Dana Martin Rodney Martin Cindy Maslonka Pat Masters James Maxey Brian May Mitzi Mayer Kristi McCaslin Dwight McCright Sophomores not allowed in Common' 138 Gary McDuffee Janie McGee Mark McGee Shane McGilvrey Michael Mcllheran Roger McKenzie Nancy Meier Jeffrey Meister Nancy Menck William Mentzer Lori Mesenbrink Jeffery Meyer Karen Meyer Roxane Miers Bradley Miller Jeff Myers John Nelsen Leonard Nelson Gail Nelson Jorge Nelson Kirk Nelson Donald Neuenfeldt Denise Newill Cindy Nieman Robert Nolan Tee Ray Nolan Mike Nootz s E J l Kirk Miller Larry Miller James Milliken Keith Mitchell Deborah Mitteis Sonia Mohr LuAnn Mohrhauser Janice Monson Kathy Morgan Kim Moss Cathlene Mueller Denise Mueller Dawn Murphy Janet Musbach Doug Mussman Sophomores Patti Johnson and Nancy Line decorate the annual Christmas tree in the Com- lTlOl1S. 139 140 Steve Norman Mark Nuding Rodney Obermiller Mary O'Brien Kevin Odenreider John Odle Gary Oldham Lindsey Olson Ted Osterloh Gary Otteman Kathy Overton Kathi Parker Brian Pawling Kelly Pearson Kathy Peck Wanda Peitzmeier Garland Perry Diane Peters Ray Peters Paul Paterson Daniel Phifer Brenda Phillips David Phillips Denise Phillips Rod Pochop Alvin Poole Jean Poole Bonnie Porter Connie Porter Vaerie Post Kim Preston Ann Rabe Steve Raddatz Thomas Radtke Joseph Ramaeker Class of '75 greets new schedule Jerry Randall Brian Ranslem Rita Rasmussen Don Ray Barbara Reber Sandra Rector Theresa Reece Phyllis Reeg Jeff Reese Lori Reir Theodore Reis Debra Rhodes Mike Rice Greg Rinaker Debbie Ringle Sharon Rix Darla Rockford Donald Rockford Christine Roh .lennette Romans Sophomore Biology students Kirk Miller, Gary Oldham, and Leonard Nelsen seem surprised at the wonders revealed to them by the microscope. A7 1 141 142 Calendars sold to boost class fund Students anxiously await the sound of the bell which permits them to return to are staged once a month during any period of the day In order to prepare the their classes after the first fire drill of the year During fair weather fire drills student for an emergency situation Wade Roth Noel Salibury Jerry Sandau Cindy Sandeen Kevin Sass Ronald Schaulis Ronald Scheer Richard Schenck Jane Schenzel Jill Schenzel Steven Schlieker Steven Schneider Janet Schroeder Diane Schutt Cheryl Scwarting Jane Shadbolt Dave Shaffer Gary Shanks Kathy Sharp Mark Cixlnv Mickey Sixta Kathleen Skoog Connie Smith Kimberly Smith Mike Smith Richard Smith Carol Sollenberger Allan Sorenso Mark Spomer Henry Springgate Wayne Stanley Kathy Starkey Randy Starlin Diane Steinbach Julie Steinpreis Garland Stewart Laura Stice Cindy Stadola Diane Stuenkle Kerry Sutton Edward Swanson Susan Swearingin James Sydik Tamara Tank Terri Taylor Polly Thayer Denise Thomas Candi Thompson Russ Thomsen Susan Thomsen 143 Sheri Thornburg Rick Toelle Sylvia Tomsons Lana Tonsfeldt Tim Toomy Jerry Twehous Mary Uhlik Lavonne Updike LaRue Vebeek Rod Vetter Russell Wagner Diane Wallingford Janice Ward Lisa Ward Diane Warneke Meichell Wasburn Philip Waterson Ron Way Corey Wegner Steven Wendt Dan Whalley Paula Wheelock Mike Whisler Gary White Cathryn Whitson Lynda Wilkinson Nancy Wilkinson Thomas Wilmot Chris Wilson Mike Wise Don Witthuhn Annette Wittmann .lay Wollam Julia Woodcock Karen Wozniak Class of '75-full speed aheadf Mike Bolisega Vicki Bremer Gary Fischer Richard Gaeth Bob Mills NOT PICTURED Rolland Newill Ronald Peterson Jim Potter Randy Riley Debbie Spielman Janet Wrage Wayne Yonkie Steve Yost Debbie Young N fix :-.v A to si QQ Q, fam. I sffmziwfyy' flQlffl?jfs L. -iz. ulle Stelnpreis looks on as classmates decide on which style of class ring they will select. There were everal different styles to choose from. Alan Svoboda Barb Watson Melanie Vanover Steve Vitamvas William Zschunke 145 146 Mini-courses added to curriculum Junior class officers Dan Harms, vice-pres.i Sharon Petersen. sec-treasa and Mark Muller, pres. look as if they plan on going places and want to take the upeand-coming class of '74 with them. Charles Adams David Adler Melanie Alberts Wanda Aldrich Brad Allen Tom Ames Gena Anderson Lorrie Anderson Michael Anderson Susan Anderson Ronald Andrews Ronald Anthony Don Arp Mary Arvanitis Michael Atwell In the midst of their high school career juniors found their second year at higl school preparing themselves for the responsibility of upperclassmen next year. Much of their enthusiasm was centerec around the Junior-Senior Prom held May l2. The theme of the dance chosen to be "Sunday Afternoon in the Park." The juniors sold calendars to help raise money for the dance. The juniors received third place for their Homecoming display. They also sold refreshments as a class project at the Homecoming game. The sponsors for the junior class were Mr. Daniel Kelsay and Miss Ruth Lonn, co-chairmen. Those who assisted were Mrs. LaVerle Morehouse, Mr. William Elwood, Mr. Duane Humphrey and Mrs. JoAnne Krause. 5 s is Cindy Austin Julie Ayars Richard Ayers Richard Bachman Ronnie Bachman Linda Bahrs Kevin Bailey Michael Baker Vicki Baldwin Jane Bang Debbie Banks Rhonda Beach Greg Beam Mike Bechtel Robert Beckner David Belak Tim Belak Becky Bellis John Bendig Karen Bennett Merritt Benson Diane Benton David Berger Ronald Berkland Jane Bertelsen Diane Bertram Jim Bliven Mike Boll Steve Bond Debra Bossow Bonnie Bowman Andy Bradley Susan Brand Teri Brand Mary Jo Brei 148 Juniors move up education ladder Duane Breithaupt Peggy Brown Terri Brown Tom Brown Dale Brunmeier Wendy Buettow Karen Buntemeyer Denise Burns Teri Burns Theresa Caawe Ronald Callahan Gary Carlson Robert Carlson Lori Carman Connie Carnahan Denise Carnahan Sharon Carstensen Kay Cecil Pam Cernik Bill Chamberlain Margaret Chantry Ken Christensen Laurie Christensen Reed Christensen Steve Claasen Kelly Clark Mary Clark Gary Clemmer Kevin Coates .lill Cobb E l S f Junior Becky Leighton dreamily awaits her cue before reading her part of Fair in the success of the fall play by aiding with everything from set constructi Witch in the FHS production. Dark of the Moon. Many juniors played a large part and costuming to make-up and the actual performing. Sherri Coburn Beverly Coleman .lay Conrad Denise Cook Ruth Cook Jane Coufal Robert Coulter Carolyn Crawford Brenda Cross Doug Cunningham Amy Daniel Susan Daniels Karen Dather Susan Davis Dave Devore on 149 150 Bryan Diers Randy Dodd Diane Downey Ronald Draine Gary Drews Paul Dritley Cindy Drucker Vineta Eads Kevin Ehlers Mark Elwood Connie Emme Brian Emmons Dan Evans Sandra Evans Connie Fallback Sue Feuerstein Don Fierstein Debbie Flanagan Brad Flesher Mitch Focht Lori Carman explains to Dan Harms his part in a pep rally as Dave Tegt asks, "What does a pumpkin do?" All three students are juniors Juniors decide on theme for l Gene Foster Wayne Francis Michael Frauen Dale Freeman Phyllis Freund Brian Freyermuth John Frink Susan Frost John Furstenau Mary Furstenau David Galley Jeff Garrison John Gaskin Kevin Geisler Randy Gentry prom Patti George Bill Gernstein Cheryl Gibson Kurt Gillen LeeAnn Gin David Glenn John Goldsberry Cindy Goodenough Janice Goree Joan Goree DeDe Gossett Karen Graulich Jolene Gray Geraldine Greunke Tom Grover 151 152 Dan Hahn Mary Hammond Jim Hamsa Vicky Hanna Bryan Hansen Jeff Hansen Randy Hansen Steve Hansen Greg Hansen Dan Harms Julie Harris Cynthia Harrison Linda Hartley Thomas Harvey Christine Hasek Students drink 8 glass s of pop Carmen Hass Valerie Hattan Todd Havekost John Haxby Bob Hazelton Denise Heckman Robyn Hein Robert Hendrix Mick Higley Max Hilger Dwight Hillgren Roxanne Hillrichs Bobbi Hinkel Robert Hooper Rick Horeis Juniors Mike Raffety, Richard Ayars and sophomore Bob Frazee demonstrate their yoyo skills. John Hosch Fred Houser Florence Huffman Jim Hughes Julie Hurt David Hutcheson Dan Hutsell Dave lmmell Jill Isaacson Bruce Jansen Mark Jensen Jeanne Jessen 'Debbie A. Johnson Debbie M. Johnson Janet Johnson Kevin Johnson Marcia Johnson Michael Johnson Sheryl Johnson Lori Jones 153 154 Sherry Jones Diane Jorgensen Linda Jorgensen Martha Jurging Rodney Kahnke Bernice Kalisek Debbie Karlin Kyle Kelly Ellen Kempcke Michele Kendrick John Kerschinske Bryan Kindler Kathy Kingry Lisa Kingsley Mark Kingston Bob Knoell Kathy Knoell Eileen Knudsen Don Knutsen Kim Kock Violet Kohl Charlotte Kohout Laura Koleno Lisa Korshoi David Kort Jeff Koziel Mark Kraemer Jayne Kruse Carol Kumm Vienna Kumm Judy Kush Sandra Lackey Tom Lannin .lim Lantz Jeffrey LaRocca Homecoming events in lude juniors Merrily Law Sandra Leathers Larry Leeper Debra Legler Rebecca Leighton Dennis Leland Jim Leslie Michael Lewis Donna Lindgren Penny Livingston Susan Livingston Rodney Longacre Cynthia Ludacka Christine Lund Mary Lundy Brian Lunn .lon Lyons Joseph Macrino Mike Marty David Mattson The junior Homecoming display clearly states the results of the Fremont-Hastings game. 155 156 Sandra Maurer Curt McCright Beth McDaniel Linda McDowell David McKenzie Johan McMahan Eva McMuIlin Patricia Means Marilyn Meenen Drew Mehlhoff Carmen Meier Daryl Meske Dale Meyer Michelle Meyer Vickie Meyers Robyn Miles Charles Miller Cheryl Miller Diane Miller Sara Minton me ,gl 2 5 J..f.:is3g3fi5-ij. ,'f' I sig' ' flair r't.r lll',. 135533 Y ' --fi fflfi irisglfiff, - rgf.-E fy r M ielr Juniors Bill Rashleigh and Randy Weiche attract a crowd of spectators with a game of chess in the lunchroom before school. Variety in juniors' social activitie Michael Mohr Mary Moore Kathryn Morris Debora Muhle Mark Muller Jack Mulliken Debre Mundt Dan Mussman Dirk Nelson Nancy Nichols Marci Niebaum Jay Niebur Randal Nieman Diane Niles Dollie Odle Kim Palmer Sandra Parker Keith Paseka Kimberly Patrick Marti Patrick David Patterson Bill Peck David Pedersen Kimberly Pedersen Penny Pelikan Patrick Perry Jeff Peters .lon Peters Malcom Peters Karinda Peterson 157 Sharon Petersen Jim Peterson Norma Peterson Marsha Pettitt David Phillippe Twyla Phillips Randy Poeschl Denise Poggensee Barbara Porter Vickie Porter John Prauner Roxane Preston Linda Price Patti Price Randy Price David Probst Allan Provorse Michael Raasch Tamara Rabe Michael Raffety David Ransford Debbie Ranslem Doug Ranslem Bill Rashleigh Jon Rasmussen Neal Rathke Becky Raymond Bobbi Raymond Gale Rector Mark Reeder Dorothy Reginbald Julie Rice Tom Riggs Charles Rise Michael Rix 'Keep on pu hing-straight aheadf Juniors Jeff LaRocca and Randy Poeschl "get away from it all" by spending part of their free time in the Commons. The pop machine draws many students to the Commons. Carl Roberts Jim Robertson Nora Rodaway Theresa Rohrs Karen Ruud Sally Ryerson Diana Sandeen Luann Sawyer Randy Scheer James Schendt Susan Schlieker Jeff Schoeneck Kendall Schuett Randy Schulz Kathy Schwarting Charles Seaman Randy Seip Terry Settje Greg Shanahan Patricia Sherlock 159 160 Juniors move up education ladder Doug Shinaut Greg Shinaut Matt Shores Lori Sinnett Ronald Sixta Lalani Small Craig Smith Donna Smith John Smith Kathy Smith Kay Smith Rhonda Smith Mary Snyder Arthur Sorensen Dennis Sorge Journalism Advisor Mrs. Mary Ehling listens while Tom Lannin, sports editor for the junior edition of the Rustler. explains a proposal. ,H 'M -ii W . ' W ' ,,,,s ,,s. an to K o fi asf e M.-nilx r F, ,wwf W - S S ff -- S y ,.-10' Greg Soukup Holly Spilinek Randy Steinbach Tom Steinbach Melinda Steiner John Steyer Alan Stieran Pete Stoll Diane Stork Richard Stoupa Hope Strong Terri Strong Allen Styskal Michael Summers Kathy Sumner Pamela Sweet Sallie Taege Terry Tank Kevin Tegels David Tegt Anise Thessen Linda Thew Steve Thompson Diane Thomson Greg Tillman Michael Timm Randy Timm R. J. Timmermann Lori Tomes Mary Tomonelli 161 162 Ingrid Tomsons Robert Torgerson Darryl Tracy Vicki True Jim Uhiik Tom Ussery Patty Vance Randy Veskerna Mike Vitamvas Jerome Voecks Kenny Voecks Janis Walraven Doug Ward Jodee Ward Kim Ward Mike Warner Tim Warner Kim Washburn Debbie Watchorn Perry Watson Time Waugh Greg Weber Peter Wegman Debra Wehrman Vicki Wehrman Randy Weiche Linda Weidner Debbie Werst Steve White Janet Widman Next move! onward to be seniors ln Memoriam Julie Roberts Jill Anderson Bill Chamberlain Kelly Clark Mike Coburn Mike Cooper Carolyn Crawford qv' s 5 NOT PICTURED John Frink Max Higler Dwight Hillgren Jo Kuhns Steve Nelson Daniel Newcomer Jill Wobig Wayne Yonkie Sandra Yost Pat Zimmerman Kim Wilberding Sue Williamson Karen Wilson Debra Winter Dave Witthuhn Tom Paul Kim Peterson Patti Price Mike Werner Kyle Wiegert Jeff Yerger 163 164 Y 1 The best class that coul Senior class officers, Bob Ritzen, pres., Peggy Welty, sec-treas.. Kent Lund, vice-pres. clown around and reminisce about their three years at FHS. d ever be . . . that's the Class of '73,' shouted the seniors down the halls of FHS. This was the class slogan which was chanted at least once during almost every athletic event and pep rally for three years. The Class of '73 continued a winning streak by capturing first place in the Homecoming display contest. The vic- torious paper mache creation was a tiger executing the opponent with a placard which proclaimed, "Let's get a head of Hastings". This was the first class to win top honors three consecutive years. The Class of '73 continued the tradition of planting a tree on Arbor Day. Also embedded was a time capsule. On the seniors' last day of school a flag fashioned from the school's colors was erected in front of the school. All of the seniors gathered around the pole and broke into strains of the Alma Mater. Sponsors of the Senior Class were Mr. Joe Stoll and Miss Lillian Schultz, co- chairmen. Miss Kay Burkholder, Mr. Dennis Einspahr, Mr. Dale Rhode and Mrs. Judith Stroeh assisted. Barb Albright Mitchell Allen Nancy Allen Carol Anderson Daryl Anderson Debora Anderson Mark Anderson Rick Anderson Russ Anderson Scott Anderson Susan Arbaugh Roger Armstrong Larry Austin ' Karen Bahrs Mark Baltz Debra Barcus Roger Behl Paul Beister Debora Bennett Richard Bertram Robert Best Steven Bloemker Joy Borck Pamela Borgmeyer All the seniors gathered around as their class flag was erected on the last day of school Lynn Boschult Samella Boss Frank Bowersox Guy Bradford Shawn Brady Mary Brainard Kirk Brand Kurt Brandt Scott Brannon Kirk Brooks Karen Bruhn David Brunmeier Beck four y Lambourn is working on the winning senior homecoming display. Production of the display started weeks before the judging. Mark Brei Mel Buchholtz Thomas Bucy Julie Buell Billie Buhrig Roxanne Buhrman Cheryl Burns Mike Buland Rosemary Camp Robert Campbell Gayle Carlson Kirsten Carlson , '72, '73 John Carson Merry Chaney Roger Charter Elma Christ Diane Christensen Donna Christensen Gary Christensen Linda Christensen 167 'l'll always remember high ehool' Robin Christianson Mark Clark Debbie Claussen Steve Clingman Cam Cloeter Greg Cochran Ronald Colling Mike Cook Cathy Cooper Carolyn Crawford Tom Crawford Debbie Curren Jeff Daehnke Susan Dart Gary Dather Jim Davis Peggy Desler Cyndi Devney Ron Dirkschneider Beth Dixon Scott Donkin Denise Donohoe Carol Doty Allan Dowty Dave Drake Steve Droegmeirer Steve Dzingle Phylis Ebel Verlyn Eden Mary Kay Edwards Daniel Ehly Jeff Ellerman Jeff Evans Lynn Everett Shawn Farley Christine Feuerstein Diana Newkirk. Leta Freitag Peg Welty and Ann Meyer display their 'senior frlzz 170 Barbara Fienhold Roberta Finlay Bill Flory JoAnne Forsberg Marilyn Foster Brenda Fox Robin Frazee Jim Freeman Leta Freitag Rob Freund Cindy Frink Joel Fuhr x "Eat 'em upl Eat 'em up! Raw! Rawl Rawl" yell Fremont fans at one of the basketball games. Senior boys were loyal followers of the basketball team and could .be heard yelling over the rest of the crowd. Mary Garvin Jolene Gaston Lee Gaughenbaugh Kathy George Robert Gibson Margaret Glenn Cheryl Gnuse J Cheryl Goreham Juanita Gossard Bonnie Green Jean Greenwood Pamela Griess ' 0 O : 0 , Thi class exhibits a lot of spirit Patrici Grissom Jill Grobeck Barbara Hafits Dave Hanen Linda Hanis Dan Hansen y Kim Hansen Mark Hansen 171 172 'We're going to miss high school Susan Hansen Bradley Harder Jan Harpster Suzan Harris Jim Hartung Debbie Hatten William Hawkins Pam Heimann Mike Heintzelman Carol Hemmer Pam Henrichson Randy Henricksen Steve Hespen Pam Hester Majorie Heyne Dave Hilgenkamp Lenice Hines Chris Hittner Tom Hoerath Tim Hoffman arsity cheerleader Carol Anderson shows her senior spirit during an impromptu pep rally before the State vurnament basketball game against Lincoln Northeast. Doug Hoschiet Robert Hudec Bonnie Hultgren Sheryl Hurt Mike Hutcheson Jeff Jacobsen Steve Jasperson Cheryl Jaworski 173 Denise Jensen Laurie Jensen Wendy Jensen Cathy Johnson Cheryl Johnson Gary Johnson Randy Johnson Jeffrey Jones Karen Jones Rita Jorgensen Joe Kalina Rhonda Karr Patsy Karrow Phyllis Kastrup Mitzi Keene John Kern Jeff King Peter King Debbie Kingry Rita Kinney Roger Kinport Kathy Kirchmann David Kleensang Jill Klevemann -but we are ready for the future' Roxanne Klingenberg Lora Knoell E Senior boys Cmen?J Jon McClain, Brad Katz, Ray Obermiller, Steve Clingman Todd Wackel and Paul Beister use the Commons to catch-up on some 'man talk. E-1,1 ' Bradley Koehn JoAnn Kolund Glenn Koplin Michael Kosofsky Staci Kounovsky Becky Kraft Steve Kuddes Karen Kuhrts Vickie Kukoly Becky Lambourn This year upperclassmen were allowed one period in the Commons per while sophomores were confined to other study centers. l day 175 176 Libby Lamme Jodeen Lamuel David Langer Dianne Larsen Vicki Larsen Mike Larson Jerry Lauritsen Kathy Leathers Lori Legler Paul Leidig Nancy Leininger Jodette Lenser Robert Lenz Mary Lessor Steve Lingle LaVonne Lodde Rick Lodl Mike Lowther Mary Ludacka Kent Lund Cheryl Lunn Debra Luther Debby Lyddon Steven Macklin aeniors talk to guidance coun elors Peggy Madsen Kurt Magnuson Steve Mahnke Cheryl Main Dave Marreel Greg Martens Patricia Mattson Rory May Jon McClain Carmine McCIean James McDermott Marie McGee Mike McGinley Richard McKenzie Marcia Mead Debra Meier Karen Menck Sharon Menck Cheryl Mesenbrink Ann Meyer 177 178 Appreciati Deborah Meyer Mark Meyer Sandy Michael Cindy Miller Monte Mitchell Mary Mitten Judy Monovitz Galen Mooso Gary Moseman Karen Nelson Lori Nelson Donald Neubauer Diane Newkirk Kim Nickolaison Albert Nielsen Dave Nielsen Edith Nissen Lana Novak Patricia Novotny Barb Obermiller ve song honors seniors I :gig .si - g - ig' ,Q W W 5 ., 5 L, U5 i 51 if 2 4 - if f 2 tl V vi , t 1 K iii . ,E , ,. ., , rw. ,. ,xmfm . s, ,,,, .Mt .- mylawak V ,em Us Seniors are taking GATB tests which measures their manual dexterity, which is how quick they can work with their hands. This tells if they would do a satisfactory job on a production line. Raymond Obermiller Donald Olsen Bev Osborn Lori Osterman Randy Otteman Robert Paden Debbie Parr Debra Peters Diana Peters Gere Peters Gene Petersen Roger Petersen 179 180 Rob Schoeneck and Marshall Tofte are expressing their feelings toward Jour- the newspaper. Rob is on the advertising staff and Marshall is the sports editor nalism ll. The other days they both are busily working on their assignments for for The Rugtler. .leff Peterson Janice Pettitt Dave Pimper Russell Pochop Marla Price Dennis Purkey Tom Ramaeker Roy Ranslem Donna Rasmussen Shelley Rathke Mike Ray Steve Reandeau Seniors formulate plans for future Terrence Reeg Susan Register Linda Rice Jeff Richter Karen Riggs Cindy Riley Robert Ritzen Pete Rix Mike Roe Mike Roehrs Linda Rohlfs Louella Romans Lynnette Romans Susan Ronhovde Kevin Root Linda Ross Mark Rump Dawn Ruppert Elmor Salisbury Jan Sandberg 181 182 Seniors have choice in cheduling Kimberly Sass Sally Sass Melody Sandeen John Schauer Greg Scheele Cindi Scheer Mark Schiely Nancy Schleicher Lee Schneider Rob Schoeneck Judy Schroeder Shelly Schroeder Carolyn Schuett David Schulz Sylvia Schuster Charles Schwanke LuAnn Shallberg Christel Sharp Jack Shelton Christy Sherman W... Tiger fans keep their Tiger spirit even though everything pointed down at the game. The cagers lost to Northeast by I3 points. Tana Shoup Benny Siebler Julie Sisley Steven Skoog Pam Smith Terry Smith Kathi Snow Robert Snyder Christie Sorensen Debi Soukup Karlie Speicher Penny Sperstad 183 Debby Staab Cheryl Stafford Kathy Stafford Debbie Starkey Paul Steffensmeier Laurel Stigge Mike Stoltenberg Michele Stover Cheryl Stratman Gary Strong Dean Stuenkel Wayne Sund Graduation goal achieved May 23 John House Todd Wackel. and Jeff King sitting in the hall during one of their but seem to have confused chess and checkers on the same board proving then leisure moments entertain themselves in a way common to many FHS students great intellect making the game much more Interesting Tom Thomas Tom Thompson Marshall Tofte Lori Tomes Gary VanFleet Terry Vitamvas Todd Wackel Gail Wagner Scott Wagner Nancy Walker Robert Wallace Doug Wallingford Russell Ward Dorla Warneke Melody Watson James Wegner Ken Weiman Jon Weinberg Peggy Welty Vanessa Wheelock Delores White Edith Whitt Diane Widman Randy Wilkinson 186 'We are all free in sevent -three Teri Williams Patricia Wilson Robert Winter David Witthuhn Winnie Witthuhn Mark Wittmann Steven Woodcock Jerry Woodman Steve Yenney Craig Yorty Stephan Youmans Dave Ziemer Seniors Steve Macklin and Rory May do dishes for their kitchen after completing second year the course was offered and the boys learned to cook. sew a a gourmet delight they created themselves in Bachelor Living Class. This was the under the supervision of Mrs. Melanie Gifford. Patti Anderson Karen Bechtel Jimmy Belvins Arthur Bendig Norma Jean Bennett Carl Blank Tim Bogenreif Mark Bollish Cindy Brewer Laura Brinkman Nathan Brobst Edie Byrom Jim Callaway Debbie Carmichael Alan Christensen Bill Christian Brenda Cordle NOT PICTURED Bill Creps Dave Elton Virginia Glenn Robert Fischer Mark Hamilton Kathy Harrison Denise Heller John House Brad Katz Peggy Kempenar Kenneth Kruse Bruce Launer Nancy Launer Larry Larsen William Leach Jimmy Leal Deanna Liester Roger Mead Rick Metschke Randy Millie John Mills Tim Murphy Mary Kay Olmstead Kenny Pullen Mike Reeves Danny Rice Joseph Rinaker Greg Schaefer Randy Skinner Mike Snodgrass Carl Sutton Peggy Timmerman Randy Voecks Peggy Walline Gale Wilkinson nd iron 187 rs Music Mow max fx ,fix I fjflh 1 I' 1 Lg-X x fx x Bu iness foundations fx 190 Jeff Jacobson delivers a little humor with his sales pitch to Geri assisting her with some school supplies at A and A Drug. A and A Drug I6 Bell Center Peters while 72I-7634 Steve White offers a favorable opinion on the pair of slacks that Brian Emmons and John Furstenau are examining at Tully's For Men. TuIIy's For Men 916 E. 23rd 72I-4430 as a m.,,m t W ' Q AY WM M """'if,M,Wwii, X . E f S JA is 4' is My QQQS sf 5 N i MEX t f A 5 kVM E V xit.,g 4 K1 V, , -W - K , Ellis Lenice Hines tries on a coordinated hat and muffler set at JM McDonald Co., Hope Strong and Roxi Preston select some wallpaper from the big selection at while Debbie Anderson gives her tips on how to position it. Nelson Paint Store. to spruce up their bedrooms. JM McDonald Co. Nelson Paint Store 6th and Park 72I-6230 2IO N. Main 72I-3697 Got a dent in your body? For beautiful bodies, take your car to Petersen Body Shop to be repaired or repainted. Petersen Body Shop 245 E. 3rd 72l-9595 .. rfb M use uf ,, , Mr. Bill Bowers assists Marie McGee in selecting shoes at the Philips Store while her brother Mark waits his turn. Philips Store 900 E. 23rd 72l-3993 A visit to Gamble Furniture and Carpeting Center will provide you with the perfect carpet, furnishing or accessory for any room in your house. Gamble Furniture and Carpet Center 450 N. Main 72l-0570 Congratulations Class of '73 N. W. Bell Telephone Co. 5lO N. D 72l-0600 191 192 A , 5 W4-uf T ,w e F' M S so ?, Marsha Pettitt and Doug Hoschiet prepare to serve a scrumptious shake at King's Food Host and seem pleased with their creation. King's Food Host U S A 830 E. 23rd 72I-3772 XVWKVM: Y X M. Jo Brei always shops at Hinky Dinky for its "friendly service and shopping con- venience". Gail Rector efficiently sacks her groceries. Hinky-Dinky Stores Co. 23rd and Bell 72'-4lll Randy Poeschl and Mark Muller examine some decorative stitching on a jacket while being assisted by Mr. Dean Kempcke at Sampter's. Gerald Smpter 5l7 N. Main 727-I53I ,X fm! Bob Paden listens closely as Mr. Dave Townsdin explains some of the special qualities of a typewriter at Fremont Office Equipment. Fremont Office Equipment Co. 648 N. Broad 72l.6436 The beautiful. new building which now houses the Nebraska State Savings and Loan Association, provides student education loans, homeowners' loans. safety deposit boxes, transmatic accounts' for automatic payment and in ad- dition gives a high rate of interest on savings accounts. 415 E' 6th Nebraska State Savings and Loan Association 72'-D65 NES While browsing through the books and samples at Interiors By Joan, Gail Wagner finds the perfect combination for redecorating her room. Interiors By Joan II4 E. 6th 72I-7351 , A -fe- 'K V ,t.,,,,, X ' . s, , ttti jc, it . Mtaii it ii Judy Kush tells Jill Cobb that she found the perfect color of nail polish in Miller Pl1armacy's large assortment of the new, bright shades. Miller Pharmacy l90O E, Military 72l-U00 193 194 "xg 5 ,..-qv, L For fashions that are "with it", have the "fun bunch" at The Back Door tell you what's new on the fashion scene. The Back Door 4l3 N. Main 72I-5283 To assist with your special needs in real estate and insurance, Don Peterson and Associates are always ready to serve. Don Peterson and Associates IOO E. 6th 72I-9700 Gere Peters and Cheryl Mesenbrink find that saving money at First State Bank is worthwhile and profitable as well as convenient. First State Bank lOO5 E. 23rd 72I-2500 xml -f wqfk my - MHZ Cindy Schwanke helps Roy Ranslem select the perfect floral arrangement for a special occasion at Greens Greenhouse. Greens Greenhouse I4th and Bell 72I-0984 FINE FOOD PRODUCTS r fl g The Fremont plant of the George A. Hormel S Company has served the com- I,OOO people. Currently extensive modernization and expansion is being im munity for over 25 years with fine quality food products and employs more than plemented to meet the growing demands of the modern-day consumer. George A. Hormel 5 Company 900 S. Platte 721-2300 195 196 ' Yf.,,.ff7'f " .V Q s a n l cii .l c ss.. M. ,'..' ' A . , ' ,.,.,,. . ,,,: - gi mm l .,,. ,,,-wi!! ti: 4 'H-C To get that moppy head of hair trimmed and shaped, pay a visit to Jerry's Plaza Barber Shop conveniently located in the Fremont Mall. Jerry's Plaza Barber Shop 854 E. 23rd 72l-6lI7 Q Barb Albright examines the decoupage supplies at Jo-D's Arts and Crafts which carries products for all your creative needs. Jo-D's Arts and Crafts l209 E. 23rd 72I-7858 Congratulations Class of ' 3 Herman Petersen Co. B6 E. 6th 72l-0357 ic 1 .wa f 1 f,5'is.., , i'?2fl5Zf V , J. fd i sas Not only does Wayne Larson Chevrolet have beautiful cars on the display floor, but they can also order automobiles made especially for you. Wayne Larson Chevrolet 240 E. 5th 72l-0360 V r .,'f-J. anyway .v- MQW Opening an account can be confusing, but with advice from Mr. Dave Mitten, Mary Mitten and Barb Obermiller find it a lot easier at Fremont State. Fremont State Company 535 N. Park 72I-206I mam ji , W EF 1? B1 if l t .... ll ., ':z. :t.g :-,:giE,s,'2Z,,':,.Z:..i: - Q 'st ,t':1nzf:fz5pgls1g.get339553 yt f f WJ! 2a'..E1'5:.J:::23'iE. .v ,:2?i5""E5EEEb-:- jr-7451 Qi f'Qf'iEfsAf " fx 'lgs gig-.iw K -:E',5E:I --:- f N F , .... at We V H , g ' Lynnette Romans and Gere Peters feel more confident about going "on the air" after being briefed by Mr. Eugene Watson at Tom's Music House. Tom's Music House 424 N. Main 72l-0525 Need money for summer fun? Working for Dekalb may be just the kind of employment you need to finance your summer activities. Dekalb AgResearch Inc. 23rd and Somers 72l.9444 Always ready to please your taste with the latest styles for any time of the year, Gail's Fashions is the place to go. Gail's Fashions 944 E. 23rd 72l-3630 197 198 J- Q gg W. l Q eg 4 .3 X f .K ,,, ' S if . 3 Q 1 Q 1. 4 31 E s Y t 5 If Rob Freund and Dave Hanen seem to be amused with one of the many fine Heating. To solve all plumbing, heating and air conditioning problems around quality plumbing products that can be purchased at Hass Plumbing and the house, contact Hass', your Climatrol Center. Hass Plumbing and Heating 63I N. Broad 727-I539 TQPCO For all your carpet, cabinet, counter top, insulation and covering needs. ,, M' cg. . r " ...' I72O N. Bell 72l-4605 ff5N"5'., ' , Q , A Jo . jg f' L- ' 'E F-if 2- vm-ii, nw X 41 is m'iiiW'i'lQ:ifai,. w n l i 5 .M W? Holiday lnnis prepared to serve all your dining needs, from banquets and recep- tions to dinner out with the family or friends. Holiday Inn Restaurant D20 E. 23rd 727-9I29 ,ww Murphy Auto Sales is always ready to give you a great deal. Their lot is constant- Mike Baker tells Mac Peters to use a natural supplement from Murdock Natural Food to be sure to get all the necessary requirements. Murdock Natural Food ly filled with a wide variety of cars for you to choose from. Murphy Auto Sales 645 N. Bell 72I-8640 I28 E. 6th 72l-703l For everyday low prices. visit Tempo for all your shopping needs. For added and Barb Hafits have found the notion department provides everything convenience. Tempo provides a handy revolving credit card paln. Debby Lyddon necessary for all their home sewing projects. Tempo Store 850 E. 23rd 72l-6630 199 200 9 l l 5 P six! Julie Buell selects a notebook and Ray Obermiller, a stapler, from the school supplies at Nebraska Printing-Litho and Stationery. Nebraska Printing-Litho and Stationery 238 E. 6th 72l-4773 if Q 4 1 3 it 3 sg 1 - we-1 ssiilsif Cheryl Mesenbrink and Brenda Cordle discover Walgreen Drug Store offers beauty supplies for all their special needs. Walgreen Drug Store 820 E. 23rd 72I-8870 l if? .V . 3 l ,Q 535 eel la 2 r 23 ti r- Y , ,, Q Mary Tomonelli is faced with a tough decision as to which tie to select in the men's clothing section of Schweser's Department Store. Schweser's Department Store II4 E. GII1 72I-I7OO if A fi MQ bl Becky Kraft decides to take a spin in a new, luxurious Chrysler at Al Pimper Motors as Libby Lamme ponders whether to join her. AI Pimper Motors 337 N. D 72I-2200 Grand Island School of Business 4IO W. Second Street Grand 'S'a"d- Nebf- Abe Krasne Home Furnishings 2:5 N. Mem 72:-2777 Midland Shoe Service Accounting Medical-Legal 52' N' Broad 72.4888 Executive Qiifjjffrfg' 5eC'eta"a' The Sweete Shoppe Professional H49 E. 4th 72I-7680 Business Secretarial Administration , Telewpe-Telex Thompson s Sport Shop Data Processing Communication ess N. Broad 72:-3853 Computer Training H Street Grocery y Pizza l424 N. H 72I-203l l7I5N.B ii 72l-7I75 , . e RandalI's Discount Foods Culligan Soft Water Service '53' N- Bel' 72"8600 su N. P k 72I-I866 . ar Johnson Furniture Co. Beneficial Finance Co. E- HWY- 30 735452 2I4 E. em 721-7e7o . Morse 8 Kirchmann Jay'S Fab,-ics l73O N. Keene 72:-2687 5:2 N. ivi ' 72I-0244 . . am Rusty's TV S Radio Repair Fin S Feather Sport Shop '840 N- Bel' 73"65" 325N.M ' 727-57I7 . am Brokenicky Jewelry Jetter's Plumbing S Heating Co. 3"Mai'1 72"8492 248 N. ivi ' 72l-5695 am Ka rl's Jewelry Interstate Glass 84 W- W' 73"'727 2so E. 4th 72I-7678 201 202 Sen Barbara Joy Albright. Tiger Cubs IO,II,IL Flashcards IO, Junior Leader Ili wrestling cheerleader IL Golden Girls Ili Y-Teens IO,Ili Art Club IL Thespians IL German Club IL Quill and Scroll II.IL Bloch and Gold assistant II. Managing Edito4 IL The Rustler reporter II.IL Betty Crocker Homemaker Award IL Girls' State alternate Ili Optimist Outstanding Youth alternate. IL National Honor Society IL cum laude I2. Mitchell DeWayne Allen. Nancy Rochelle Allen. Intramurals IOt Tiger Cubs IO, Band IO,II,IL assistant librarian IO. historian IL Choir IO.II,IL Y-Teens IL service committee chairman IL FTA Ili Thespians IL Radio News II.IL 'As You Like It'i 'The Music Man'. Carol Lora Anderson. Tiger Cubs IO.II.IL cheerleader II.IL Y-Teens IO. Daryl Loren Anderson. Football IO.lI,lL basketball IO,II.IL track IO,- ll,IL F-Club IO.lI.IL parliamentarian IL FCA II.l2. Deborah Ann Anderson. Track IO.lI.lL volleyball IO.Il.IL intramurals IO,II.IL Tiger Cubs IO.II.IL Tigerette IL Choir IL Y-Teens IO, GAA IO.lI.lL F-Club IL Quill and Scroll II.IL The Rustler II,IL Sports Editor IL Black and Gold lI,IL Sports Editor IL 'The Music Man'i National Honor Society IL cum laude ll. Mark Richard Anderson. Wrestling IO.Ili Track IO,lL Intramurals IO,- II.IL National Honor Society I2, Patti Dale Anderson. cuin laude I2. Rick Lee Anderson. Russell Lee Anderson. Scott E. Anderson. Susan Laurel Arbaugh. Tiger Cubs IO.IIt Y-Teens IO,Il. Roger Charles Armstrong. Auto Club I2. Larry Lew Austin. Intramurals IO.Il.IL Band IO, Student Council IJ. Karen Elizabeth Bahrs. Tiger Cubs IO. David Eagle Baker. Mark Douglas Baltz. Mid-Year graduate. Debra Marie Barcus. Band IO.II.IL Twirler IO.lI,IL Art Club II.IL DECA II,I2. Karen Lee Bechtel. Mid-Year Graduate. Roger Glen Behl. Football student manager IO.II.IL Basketball stu- dent manager IO.II,IL Intramurals IO,II.IL F-Club IO.Il.IL German Club Il.IL Student Council IOt National Honor Society I2. Paul Dennis Beister. Golf lO.II.IL Intramurals IO,IL The Rustler II.IL Ad staff IL Arthur James Bendig. ior Summarie Deborah Gayle Bennett. Tiger Cubs lO.IIi Spanish Club II.Il. Richard Lee Bertram. Robert L. Best. Intramurals IO. Choir IL German Club II,IL Chess Club I2. Carl LeRoy Blank. Jimmy Earl Blevins. Steve Alan Bloemker. National Honor Society IJ. Timothy Louis Bogenreif. Mark F. Bollish. Volleyball IL Intramurals IL Choir II.lL Debate II: 'Fiddler on the Roof'. 'The Music Man'. Joy Louise Borck. Track IOI Intramurals lO,IIi Tiger Cubs lO,lI.IL Band IL Y-Teens IOr NFL IO, Spanish Club II,IL GAA IOI National Honor Society ll. Pamela Sue Borgmeyer. Intramurals II.IL Tiger Cubs IO,II,lL cheerleader I2. Lynn Boschult. Swimming IL Track IO,IIr Volleyball lO,lIi Intramurals IO,Il,IL Tiger Cubs IO.IIi Y-Teens IO. GAA IO,lIi National Honor Socie- ty IL cum laude I2. Samella Kay Boss. Tiger Cubs lO,IL FNA Il,IL FHA IO. Franklin Lewis Bowersox. Intramurals IO: Chess Club IL 'Splendor in the Grass'. Guy W. Bradford. Ill. Swimming II.IL Track IL Spanish Club II,I2. Shawn W. Brady. Mary Ellen Brainard. Kirk Duane Brand. Wrestling IO.IIi Auto Club IL Kurt Louis Brandt. Scott A. Brannon. French Club IO4 Chess Club Il. Mark James Brei. Football IO: Intramurals IO.II,IL Band IO.Il.l2. drum maior IL FTA Il. Cynthia Corine Brewer. Mid-year graduate. Laura Brinkman. Mid-year graduate. Kirk M. Brooks. Football lOi Wrestling lO,Il. Karen Elaine Bruhn. Tiger Cubs IO. Golden Girls II.IL Band II.lL Choir II.IL Chorale II.IL Y-Teens IOr Thespians IO,II,IL historian ll. president IL 'As You Like It'r 'Splendor in the Grass': 'Fiddler on the Roof'i 'Music Mank 'Night Watch'r Best Supporting Actress IO.ll: Best Actress IL National Honor Society I2. David Dean Brunmeier. German Club IO, Chess Club IL Debate IO. Melkae Lynn Bucholtz. Intramurals IO: cum laude I2. Thomas Lee Bucy. Swimming lO,II.IL Track IO: Art Club IL Rustler IL Black and Gold I2. Julie Ann Buell. Tiger Cubs IO.II,IL Band IO,II.lL Art Club I2. Billie Jo Buhrig. Tiger Cubs IO.II.IL Cheerleader IL Golden Girls Ili Art Club IL Black and Gold Queen Candidate I2. Roxanne Rae Burhman. FNA IJ. Michael L. Buland. NFL IO.II.IL Debate IO.II. Outstanding Debater '7I. I 4 Cheryl Ann Burns. James H. Callaway. Band lO,ll.l2. Rosemary Lynn Camp. Intramurals IO. Robert D. Campbell. Track II. Gayle A. Carlson. Choir Il,IL Auto Club I2. 'Fiddler on the Roof't 'Tl Music Man'i DECA I2. Kirsten E. Carlson. Midyear graduate, Debra Jeanne Carmichael. Mid-year graduate. John Howard Carson. Golf lO,lI.I2. Merry Ellen Chaney. Mid-year graduate. Roger Wesley Charter. Football IL Reserve Football IO, Cross Cour try II, Wrestling IO.II,I2. co-captain IL Track IO.II.IL co-captain I. Intramurals II.IL F-Club IO.II,IL Thespians Il Elma Marie Christ. Mid-year graduate. Diane Edel Christensen. Donna L. Christensen. Tiger Cubs IO, DECA I2. Gary Christensen. Mid-year graduate. Lynda Rae Christensen. Tiger Cubs IO,Ili FBLA IL vice-president. Robin Sue Christiansen. Track IO,lli Volleyball IO.IIi Intramurals IO.l Tiger Cubs l0.llx FBLA IL GAA lO.lI. Mark D. Clark. Mid-year graduate. Debra Joyce Claussen. Intramurals IO: FBLA ll Stephen Roy Clingman. Football IL Track IL TWIRP candidate II American Field Service Exchange Student from South Africa I2. Cameron J. Cloeter. Football ll.IL Reserve Football IOt Reserv Basketball IOQ Swimming Il,IL Track IO: Volleyball IL Intramurals II Gregory Thomas Cochran. Tennis ll,IL Spanish Club II.IL Ches Club IL National Honor Society IL cum laude I2. Ronald Dale Colling. National Honor Society IL cum laude IL Michael John Cook. Football II,IL Reserve Football IO? Reserv Basketball IO: Intramurals II.IL F-Club II.IJ. Cathy'Ann Cooper. Tiger Cubs lO,lI. treasurer Ili Y-Teens IO,II.l2. Brenda K. Cordle. Carolyn Crawford. Thomas Paul Crawford. Swimming IO,Il, Track IO.II.IL Intramural IO.II.IL FCA I2. William L. Creps. Mideyear graduate. Debra Lynn Curren. Choir II,IL Chorale II.IL Y-Teens II.IL Thespians II.IL secretary-treasurer IL German Club IO: 'Music Man'i 'Lovers' 'Skin of Our Teethk 'Fiddler on the Roof'. Jeff Lewis Daehnke Choir II.I2, 'Fiddler on the Roof', 'Music Man'. Susan Jo Dart. Track IO, French Club II, Tiger Cubs II, DECA I2. Gary Leroy Dather. James Allen Davis. Band IO,II. Peggy Ann Desler. Mid-year graduate. Cynthia Jean Devney. Track ll, Spanish Club IO, DECA I2. Ronald James Dirkschneider. Intramurals lO.ll.l2, Spanish Club IO. Beth Ann Dixon. Mid-year graduate. Scott William Donkin. Football lO.ll.I2, Wrestling IO,Il,l2, Intramurals IJ, F4Club II.I2, Student Council II, FCA ll, National Honor Society I2, cum laude I2. Denise Donahoe. Mid-year graduate. Carol Doty. Connie Lou Douglas. FBLA IZ. Allen Boyd Dowty. David Bruce Drake. Football lO.II.I2, Wrestling IO, Intramural lO,ll, German Club. Math Club II, Student Council lO.ll.I2. vice-president IO, president II. district representative to State Student Council, National Honor Society I2. Stephen Dohn Droegemeier. Stephen Wayne Dzingle. Phylis Ann Ebel. Tiger Cubs I2, FHA I2. Verlyn Keith Eden. Tennis IO, Basketball IO, Golf l0,II, Intramurals lO.lI, German Club IO. Mary Katherine Edwards. Tiger Cubs lO,ll,l2, Choir Il.I2. secretary I2, Chorale Il,l2, Y-Teens IO, Thespians ll,l2, Student Council I2, All- State Choir ll, Timer's Club lI.l2, 'Splendor in the Grass' IO, 'Fiddler on the Roof' ll, 'The Music Man' ll, National Honor Society ll Daniel Calvin Ehly. Jeffery Allen Ellerman. Jeffrey Dean Evans. Swimming IO,lI,l1, co-captain ll, Choir lO,ll,l2, librarian Il, Chorale IO.II.I2, 'Little Mary Sunshine' IO, 'Fiddler onthe Roof' Il, 'The Music Man' I2, All-American High School Swimmer. Lynn L. Everett. Mid-year graduate. Shawn Elaine Farley. Tiger Cubs lO.ll, Art Club Il,l2, president ll, The Rustler Il,IJ. Ad Manager I2, Quill and Scroll I2, 'As You Like It' IO. Christine Feuerstein. Tiger Cubs lO,ll, Y-Teens lO.lI, German Club lO.ll. Roberta I. Finlay. Mid-year graduate. Robert George Fisher. William B. Flory. Football IO, Tennis ll, Swimming lO,II,I2. co-captain ll, Student Council Il, The Rustler Il.I2, Sports Editor l2. Jo Anne Forsberg. Golden Girls IJ, Band lO.ll.l1, FBLA I2. Marilyn Kay Foster. Mid-year graduate. Brenda Kay Fox. Tiger Cubs lO.Il, Choir ll,l2, Y-Teens IO, Thespians ll, French Club IO,ll,l2, Quill and Scroll II,l2, The Rustler ll,l2, Managing Editor ll, 'Fiddler on the Roof' II, 'Dark of the Moon' I2, 'The Music Man' II, National Honor Society l2, cum laude I2. Robin Sue Frazee. Mid-year graduate. James Robert Freeman. Leta Carol Freitag. Intramurals lO,ll, Tiger Cubs IO,ll,l2, Flashcards IO, Tigerettes I2, Wrestling cheerleader Il, Art Club IJ, Student Coun- cil lO.lI.l2. coordinating council IO. Student Body secretary-treasurer ll, The Rustler Il.l2, Staff Artist ll, Black and Gold IJ. Organizations Editor II, Timer's Club lI.l2, National Honor Society l2. Robert Gerald Freund. Football IO, Tennis I2, Basketball IO,lI, In- tramurals lO,lI. Cynthia Dee Frink. Joel Frederick Fuhr. Band lO,II.I2, All-State Band member II, Tri-State Honor Band I2, Stage Band IJ, French Club I0,Il, Chess Club ll. Mary L. Garvin. Jolene Katherine Gaston. FHA lO,Il. Lee Irvin Gaughenbaugh. DECA IZ. Kathleen Sue George. Spanish Club l2. Robert R. Gibson. Intramurals Il,l2, German Club IO, Auto Club ll. Margaret Louise Glenn. Tiger Cubs lO,lI, Flashcards IO, Golden Girls IJ, Band lI,Y-Teens Il,I2, cabinet head I2, Art Club lO,lI.I1,secretary- treasurer, Thespians IO.lI,l2, historian I2, DECA ll, 'As You Like lt' IO, 'Skin of Our Teeth' Il. Virginia Lee Glenn. Mid-year graduate. Sheryl Lynn Gnuse. National Honor Society ll Cheryl Lynn Goreham. Intramurals II. Juanita Gossard. Bonnie Jean Green. FHA IO. Jeanne Marie Greenwood. Mid-year graduate. Howard G. Greser. Mid-year graduate. Pam K. Griess. Mid-year graduate. Patricia Adele Grissom Jill Annette Grobeck. Y-Teens lO.l2, Student Council IO, flash cards IO, Pep Club lO.Il.I2, German Club lO.lI, Golden Girls ll, Wrestling cheerleader IZ, DECA l2. treasurer II, FNA ll, Art Club I2, 'Splendor in the Grass' IO, Rustler reporter Il, Intramural volleyball lO.II.l2, Black and Gold Queen l.'2, National Honor Society II. Barbara Lynn Hafits. Tiger Cubs lO.Il, Tigerettes I2, Choir lI.I2, Chorale ll, Y-Teens IO, Quill and Scroll ll,l2, The Rustler II.l2, Feature Editor IJ, Black and Gold Il, Flashcards IO, Student Council IO, 'Fiddler on the Roof' II, 'The Music Man' l2, National Honor Society IZ. Mark Allen Hamilton. Auto Club I2. David Glen Hanen. Intramurals IO,Il,I2, German Club IO, DECA lI.l2. Linda Lea Hanis. Band I0, FBLA I2. Daniel Paul Hansen. Tennis lO.II,I2, Wrestling lO.ll, Choir II.I2, Chorale IQ, 'Fiddler on the Roof' Il, 'The Music Man' ll. Kimberly Ann Hansen. Tiger Cubs lO,Il, DECA lI.l1. Mark Warren Hansen. National Honor Society ll, cum laude I2. Susan Marie Hansen. Mid-year graduate. Bradley Keith Harder. Mid-year graduate. Jeanette Leigh Harpster. Track IO. student manager IO, Volleyball IO.II, Tiger Cubs lO,ll, FHA lO,lI.l2, recreation chairman IO, chapter publicity chairman and district parliamentarian II. secretary and state publicity chairman Il, GAA IO. 'The Skin of Our Teeth' ll, National Honor Society I2, cum laude I2. Suzan Harris. Kathryn J. Harrison. James M. Hartung. Mid-year graduate. Deborah L. Hatten. Mid-year graduate. William B. Hawkins. FTA lO.ll,l2. sophomore representative IO. secretary ll. president ll, German Club IO. Michael Forrest Heintzelman. Football IO.ll.l2, Wrestling IO, Track IO,lI.I2, lntrainurals Il.I2, Choir lO,lI.l2, treasurer I2, Chorale II.l2, Student Council lI,l2, Student Body president, TWIRP candidate Il, 'Little Mary Sunshine' IO, 'Fiddler on the Roof' ll, 'The Music Man' I2. Pamela Kay Heimann. Tiger Cubs IO. Denise Lynn Heller. Carol Lynn Hemmer. Tiger Cubs IO,II,I2, Y-Teens lO.ll, German Club lO.ll.l2. Pamela Jane Henrichson. Tiger Cubs ll, Band lO.ll, Y,Teens IO, Art Club Il.I2, National Honor Society ll Randall Clay Henricksen. Math Club Il, Chess Club I2. Steven Dale Hespen. Intramurals ll, DECA l2. Pamela Jane Hester. Mid-year graduate, cum laude ll. Marjorie Mae Heyne. Tiger Cubs IO, Band II,l1, Y-Teens IO.ll.I2. president I2, Thespians IO,II.l2, special events chairman, French Club IO, National Honor Society I2. David Allen Hilgenkamp. German Club II.I2, National Honor Society ll. Lenice Lynette Hines. Intramurals II,I2, Tiger Cubs lO,lI.l1, Thespians ll.I2, The Rustler Il, TWIRP candidate I2, TWIRP Queen. Best Thespian ll. Christopher Hittner. Timothy Hoerath. Timothy Lee Hoffman. Auto Club ll, treasurer I2. Douglas Ray Hoschiet. Art Club II, DECA II, cum laude l2. , 203 204 John Michael House. National Honor Society IL Robert Eugene Hudec. Bonnie Marie Hultgren. Tiger Cubs IO,ll,lL FHA IO. Spanish Club IO.- Ilr DECA II.I2. Sheryl Louise Hurt. Tiger Cubs IO,IIt Choir ll.lL Chorale II,IL Thespians Il.lL Best Supporting Actress nominee IL German Club: 'As You Like lt' IOt 'Skin of Our Teeth Ili 'Fiddler on the Roof' III 'Lovers' II: 'Dark of the Moon' IL 'The Music Man' l2. Michael Gerard Hutcheson. FBLA IO: Math Club IL National Honor Society IJ. Jeffery Stewart Jacobson. Intramurals IOQ German Club IO, Auto Club IJ. Steve C. Jaspersen. Mid-year graduate. Cheryl Ann Jaworski. Tiger Cubs ll. Denise Louise Jensen. Intramurals IO.IIr Tiger Cubs lO,lIt FHA lO.II. treasurer Ilt GAA IOt Spanish Club II.lL National Honor Society IL cum laude I1 Laurie Ann Jensen. Tiger Cubs IO.ll.lL vice-president IL cheerleader IOL Junior Leader Il, Y-Teens IO: Homecoming Princess nominee lla GirI's State nominee II: Homecoming Queen nominee IL Merry Christmas nominee IL Blaclz and Gold Queen nominee IL National Honor Society IL cum laude I2. Wendy Lou Jensen. Track IO: Intramurals II.IL Tiger Cubs IO.II.lL Tigerette IL Golden Girls ll: Y-Teens II,I2, vice-president IL Spanish Club IO.lI.lL president IL Math Club IL National Honor Society IL cum laude IL Catherine Sue Johnson. Cheryl Ann Johnson. Track IOI Volleyball lO.Ilt Intramurals IOi Tiger Cubs IO.lIf Choir lI.IL FHA lO.Il.IL songleader IO, president Il,IL GAA lOl Thespians Il,IL vice-president IL French Club lO,II.IL vice- president II, president IL Student Council IO. Block and Gold Queen nominee IL 'As You Like It' IO. 'Skin of Our Teeth' Il, 'Fiddler on the Roof' Ih 'Lovers' III Actress of the Year. lh National Honor Society IL cum laude I2. Gary Ralph Johnson. FTA lO.II,IL FBLA IL French Club IO.lI.l2. Randal Wayne Johnson. Jeffrey Dean Jones. Intramurals IO,lI. Karen J. Jones. Spanish Club lO,lI.l2. Rita Jean Jorgensen. Tiger Cubs IO,IIt German Club. Joseph Edward Kaline. Intramurals lO,lli German Club IO. Rhonda Kay Karr. Mid-year graduate. Patsy Christine Karrow. Tiger Cubs IO. Phyllis Gail Kastrup. Tiger Cubs lO,lI, Y-Teens II. Brad Frank Katz. Golf IO.II,IL Choir II.IL F-Club IO,Il,I2. Mitzie Keene. Mid-year graduate. Peggy L, Kempenar. Jon Micheal Kern. Intramurals I0,I2. Jeff Owen King. Football IO.Il.lL Basketball l0.llt Intramurals IL F- Clubs IL German Club IOt Student Council IL FCA IL National Honor Society ll Peter Joseph King. Cross Country II: Choir Il.I2, vice-president IL Chorale lI.lL Thespians IL 'Fiddler on the Roof' Ili 'The Music Man' I2. Debra Lee Kingry. cum laude IL Rita Giselle Kinney. Swimming IO. Tiger Cubs lO,Il. Roger Martin Kinport. Kathy L. Kirchmann. Mid-year graduate. David Lee Kleengsang. Cross Country IO. Intramurals IO. Jill Maureen Klevemann. Intramurals IO. Roxanne Marie Klingenberg. FNA lO,ll,lL Art Club IL Tiger Cubs IO,- Il. Lora Kay Knoell. Y-Teens IL French Club IO,Il.lL vice-president IL Tiger Cubs IO.lI. Bradley Arthur Koehn. Track IO. Band IO,lI. JoAnn Lauree Kolund. Mid-year graduate. Glenn Allen Koplin. Football IO.II.IL Intramurals lO.lI.I2. Michael Scott Kosofsky. Thespians II.IL German Club IO: 'Skin of Our Teeth' Il, Stacia M. Kounovsky. Y-Teens IO, Tiger Cubs IO,ll. Rebecca Ann Kraft. Intramurals lO,lh Tiger Cubs IO.II,lL cheerleader lO,II,lL Art Club IL Student Council IL Homecoming Princess Ili Homecoming Queen I2. Steven Wayne Kuddes. Intramurals IO,II,lL German Club II,IL Radio News l2. Michael Dana Kuhns. Karen Kay Kuhrts. Mid-year graduate. Vickie Carol Kukoly. Tiger Cubs lO,lI.lL Y-Teens lO.llt DECA reporter IL Black and Gold Queen nominee. Rebecca Lee Lambourn. Golf IO,lI,IL Intramurals lO,ll,lL Tiger Cubs IO,Il.IL Tigerette IL Junior Leader Ili Y-Teens IO, French Club IO,lL The Rustler II.IL Bloch and Gold II,lL Sports Editor IL National Honor Society IL cum laude Il. Elizabeth Emily Lamme. Intramurals II,I2. captain Il.IL Tiger Cubs l0.lI,IL Junior Leader III Y-Teens IO. Jodeen L, Lamuel. FHA IO.Ilt DECA II. David Brian Langer. Football IO, Radio News Ill The Rustler lI,lL Photographer, Black and Gold IL Photographer IJ. Dianne Kay Larsen. Tiger Cubs lO.Ili Y-Teens lO,IIg German Club IO,lI: National Honor Society IL cum laude IL Vicki Larsen. Tiger Cubs llx Band IL FTA IO.II.IL treasurer II, vice- president II. Michael Eugene Larson. Football IO,II,lL Basketball IOt Track IO,lI, Intramurals II.lL F-Club II.I2. Bruce Alan Launer. Football IO. Jerry L. Lauritsen. William George Leach. Mid-year graduate. Jimmy Longoria Leal. Football IO.II.IL Wrestling lO.Il,lL Track IO. Katheryn Lynn Leather. Intramurals IL Golden Girls II,lL Band IO.l IL Y-Teens IO,Ih French Club IO. Lori Lynne Legler. Tiger Cubs IOI FBLA IL French Club II, Paul Alfred Leidig. Auto Club IL treasurert The Rustler ll. Nancy Lee Leininger. Jodette Clarice Lenser. Track lOl Intramurals lOt Tiger Cubs IO Choir lO,lI.lL Chorale IL FHA IO.II, parliamentarian Ill French Cl lO,ll.lL 'Fiddler on the Roof' Ili 'The Music Man' IL National Hon Society I2. Robert Paul Lenz. Mary J. Lessor. Mid-year graduate. DeAnna Kay Liester. Mid-year graduate. Steven C. Lingle. Mid-year graduate. LaVonne Jean Lodde. Y-Teens IL FBLA IL Spanish Club lI.I2. Rick Joe Lodl. DECA IL Michael L. Lowther. Mid-year graduate. Kent Jeffrey Lund. Tennis IO.II.IL Basketball IO.ll.lL All-East Big Tr Honorable mention in Basketball IL Choir IL Chorale IL NFL ll. Student Council II.IL class vice-president lI.IL Debate II: 'Mus Man' IL National Honor Society I2. Cheryl Ann Lunn. Tiger Cubs IO,II.IL cheerleader IO: Student Coun Il.IL Homecoming Princess nominee Ill Homecoming Quel nominee IL Block and Gold Queen nominee ll Debra Kay Luther. Tiger Cubs Ili Spanish Club IO. Debra Marie Lyddon. Tiger Cubs IO.IIt Quill and Scroll ll,lL T Rustler II.IL Black and Gold ll,l2. Editor IL Most Valuable Stafl Award for Yearbook IL National Honor Society IL cum laude lj Steven Victor Macklin. Football IOt Wrestling IO, Intramurals IO.lI,I Choir II,IJ, president IL Student Council I0,IIt The Rustler lI,l Photographer IL Black and Gold IL Photographer IL 'Fiddler on tl Roof' Ilt 'The Music Man' I2. Peggy Lee Madsen. Tiger Cubs I0.II4 German Club IL Black and Ge II.l2. Faculty Editor Il, Kurt Alan Magnuson. Band IO, Art Club IL Steven Scot Mahnke. Intramurals IO.ll.IL Band IO,ll,lL German CII IO,lI,l2, Junior respresentative ll, president IL Math Club Nebraska High School Honor Band IL Honor Concert Band I National Honor Society IL cum laude I2. Cheryl Ann Main. Tiger Cubs lO.llt Y-Teens IO. Spanish Club lOl 'Sk of Our Teeth' Il. David Victor Marreel. Football IO.ll,lL captain IO: FCA IL All-Sta Football IL All-Conference Offense and Defense IL Intramurals It lI.lL F-Club lI,l2. Sreg Arlyn Martens. Vatricia Anne Mattson. Tiger Cubs lO.ll. 2ory Kevin May. Football IO.Il.l2, Golf IO. Ion Kevin McClain. Football lO.ll,l2, All-Conference Center IJ, Track IO.lI, Intramurals II.l2, F-Club IJ, Student Council IO. Carmine Elizabeth McCIean. Tiger Cubs IO, Y-Teens IO, FBLA I2. Kathleen Sue McCright. James G. McDermott. Mideyear graduate. Marie Louise McGee. Swimming ll, Band I0.II.I2, FNA Il,lJ, president I2, FTA lO,ll.l2. junior representative Il, senior representative IJ. Michael Joseph McGinley. Richard Paul McKenzie. Cross Country IO.lI.I2, Track lO,lI.I2, In- tramurals lO.ll.l2, F-Club IO. James Duane McKinney. Marcia Sue Mead. Tiger Cubs IO,Il,l2, Golden Girls II,l1. captain I2, National Honor Society I2. Debra Kay Meier. Track lO,Il, Volleyball Il.I2, Tiger Cubs IO.ll, Band IO.ll.I2. secretary l2, Y-Teens II. service committee chairman ll, FHA IO, GAA IO, Art Club I2, German Club lO.ll. Math Club l2. Chess Club II, National Honor Society IJ, cum laude ll. Karen Sue Menck. Tiger Cubs IO.ll.l1. Sharon Lou Menck. Tiger Cubs IO,ll,l1, FNA IJ. Cheryl Sue Mesenbrink. Tiger Cubs IO,lI,l2, FBLA I2, secretary IJ. Rick Allen Metschke. Ann Elizabeth Meyer. Tiger Cubs IO,lI.I2, cheerleader Il,I2, Y-Teens IO, Art Club I2. Thespians ll.l2, German Club IO, Spanish Club I2, National Honor Society IJ, cum laude II. Deborah Lynn Meyer. Track IO, Tiger Cubs lO,lI, Band lO.ll.l2, Y- Teens IO,Il,I2, typing chairman ll, secretary II, GAA IO, German Club ll.l2. vice-president IJ, Art Club IJ, Chess Club ll, National Honor Society ll Mark Bradley Meyer. Football IO, Wrestling IO.lI.I2. co-captain II, National Honor Society IJ. Sandra Kay Michael. Cynthia Joan Miller. FNA lO.ll,l2. vice-president, FHA IO,ll.l1, Ger- man Club ll, National Honor Society I2, cum laude Il John Tom Mills Monte Ray Mitchell. Football lO,ll.l2, Basketball lO,II,I2, F-Club II, DECA IZ. Mary Morrow Mitten. Tiger Cubs lO,lI.l2, Tigerette I2. Judy Beth Monovitz. Tiger Cubs IO.ll,I2, Choir I2, Y-teens IO, 'Music Man'. Galen Dwain Mooso. Gary Dale Moseman. Cross Country lI,IJ. Track ll, 'Fiddler on the Rool'. 'Music Man'. Karen Lee Nelson. Tiger Cubs lO.II,l2, Golden Girls ll, The Rustler ll, reporter, Black and Gold Il,l2, assistant Il. Activities Editor. IJ. Lori L. Nelson. Mid-year graduate. Donald Neubauer. Football lO.II, Wrestling IO, Track lO,Il, Choir IO.- ll.I1. Thespians II, Spanish Club lO,ll.l2, summer AFS student to Switzerland Il, 'Hello DoIly', 'CarouseI', 'Fiddler on the Roof', 'Music Man'. Diana Lynn Newkirk. Tiger Cubs IO, Choir II.l2, treasurer II, Chorale II.l2, Thespians ll,lJ, 'Lovers', 'Music Man', 'Night Watch', National Honor Society I2. Kim Charles Nickolaison. Intramurals lO.ll,l2. Albert Allen Nielsen. David John Nielsen. Mid-year graduate. Edith R. Nissen. Tiger Cubs I0,ll, Y-teens I2, FHA IO.II, French Club IO.Il,I2, National Honor Society I2. Lana Kay Novak. Tiger Cubs I0,II, FHA IO. Patricia M. Novotny. Tiger Cubs lO.lI, Y-teens IO, Art Club l2. Barbara Joy Obermiller. Intramurals IO,lI,I2, Tiger Cubs IO.lI.lJ. secretary Il, president Il, Spanish Club IO, Student Council II. Raymond Dale Obermiller. Jr. Wrestling I0.II,I2, Track IO, F-Club IO.- ll.I2t 'Night Watch'. Mary Katherine Olmstead. Mid-year graduate. Donald Gene Olsen. Band IO. Beverly Ann Osborn. Intramurals lO.ll, Tiger Cubs IO.ll,l2, Tigerette l2. Golden Girls ll, Y-teens IO, FBLA l2. Lori Ann Osterman. Intramurals II, Tiger Cubs IO,Il. Randall Otteman. Mid-year graduate. Robert Jeffrey Paden. Auto Club l2, president I2. Debra Lynn Parr, Intramurals II. Debra L. Peters. Mid-year graduate. Diana Kay Peters. Gere Hess Peters. Golf lO.lI,lJ, Intramurals IO,Il, GAA lO,lI, Spanish Club ll, French Club IO, Black und Gold I2, Advertising Manager. Gene Leslie Petersen. Intramurals lO.lI,I2, German Club lO.II.I2, Math Club lI.I2, within top three in National Math Contest ll.l2, National Honor Society IJ, cum laude l2. Roger Gerald Petersen. Wrestling IO.ll. Jeffrey James Peterson. Band IO,lI, 'Dark of the Moon'. Janice Fay Pettitt. Mid-year graduate. David Lee Pimper. Football l0.II.I2, co-captain IZ, Basketball lO.lI.l2. co-captain ll, Track lO.lI.l2. co-captain I2, DECA I2, TWIRP King IO. Russell William Pochop. Marla Kay Price. Kenneth Joseph Pullen. Football Student Manager lO.lI. Dennis Franklin Purkey. Thomas Jerome Ramaeker. Intramurals IO,Il.lJ. captain lI.l2. Dennis Ray Ransford. Roy Bliss Ranslem. Donna Lucille Rasmussen. Volleyball IO, Y-teens IO, FHA IO, German Club IO. Shelley lynn Rathke. Track lI,l2, Tiger Cubs IO,ll. David Michael Ray. Intramurals I0.Il. Stephen Michael Reandeau. Auto Club IZ. Terrence Daniel Reeg. Michael James Reeves. Susan Louise Register. Track IO, Volleyball lO.lI, Intramurals lO.II.I2, Band IO.lI.I2, Y-teens IO, FNA IO, GAA IO, National Honor Society ll, cum laude IJ. cum laude I2. Linda Sue Rice. Tiger Cubs lO.lI.I2, wrestling cheerleader ll, cheerleader II, Choir II, 'Music Man'. Jeffrey Paul Richter. Karen Kay Riggs. Tiger Cubs IO,lI,I1, Art Club Il, Merry Christmas Queen IQ, Black and Gold Queen Candidate. Cynthia Lee Riley. Mid-year graduate, Joseph Frank Rinaker. Mid-year graduate. Robert Ralph Ritzen. Cross Country IO.Il.I2, Wrestling IO,Il,l2, Track lO.ll,l2, Student Council lO,lI.l1. Senior class president. Peter George Rix. Michael John Roe. Intramurals IO,Il.I2. captain II, Band IO, German Club lO.l2. Michael Dean Roehrs. Intramurals Il. Linda Lucille Rohlfs. Intramurals ll.l2, Tiger Cubs IO,Il,Junior Leader ll. Choir ll.I2. Y-teens IO.II.I2, Thespians l2, 'Fiddler on the Roof, 'Music Man'. National Honor Society I2, cum laude l2. Louella Gayle Romans. Tiger Cubs IO,ll, FHA IO,Il, GAA IO, French Club IO. Lynnette Elayne Romans. Track IO, FHA IO.Il.I2, GAA IO, French Club lO.II.I1, The Rustler l2. Business Manager I2, Black and Gold I2. Business Manager I2, National Honor Society II. Susan Diane Ronhovde. Intramurals IO, Tiger Cubs lO.II.l2, Choir ll,- I2, historian I2. Chorale ll,l2, Y-teens IO, French Club IO, Cornhusker Girls' State Delegate Il, nominated for Optimist Leadership Award I2, 'Fiddler on the Roof! 'Music Man', National Honor Society II. Kevin Dean Root. Wrestling IO, Intramurals IO.Il, Art Club II. Nancy Elizabeth Rosacker Linda Rae Ross. Tiger Cubs I0,Il, Junior Leader II, Y-teens IO. Mark Randall Rump. Math Club ll. cum laude IJ. Dawn Marie Ruppert. Mid-year graduate. 205 206 Elmore Hearst Salisbury. III. Cross Country IO.lh Track lO,llx Intramurals IO, Chess Club IL Jan Douglas Sandberg. Football IO. Melody J. Sandeen. Mid-year graduate. Kimberly Ann Sass. Tiger Clubs lO,ll, Y-teens IO, National Honor So- ciety I2. Sally Suzanne Sass. Tiger Cubs lO,ll,lL Choir IL Y-teens lO.ll,lL Ger- man Club IL 'Music Man'. George Bernard Schaefer. ' John Frederick Schauer. German Club IO,Il.lL Science Club l2. Gregory Alan Scheele. Basketball ll,l2. Cynthia Sue Scheer. Mid-year graduate. Mark Mitchell Schiely. Intramurals ll, Auto Club l2. Nancy Marie Schleicher. Track lO.ll.IL Volleyball lO.Il.lL In- tramurals lO.ll.lL Tiger Cubs IO,ll, Golden Girls II.IL GAA IO, Spanish Club lI,l2, representative II, National Honor Society IJ. Russell Lee Schneider. Cross Country IL Track lI,lL F-Club ll Robert Lee Schoeneck. Football IL Basketball IO.ll.IL Intramurals lO.lI, German Club IO, The Rustler Il.l1. Ad Staff ll Judy Ann Schroeder. Tiger Cubs ll, Thespians lO,Il, Business Depart- ment Award IL National Honor Society IL cum laude IL Shelley Jo Schroeder. Tiger Cubs lO.Il.IL Golden Girls IL Choir ll.IL publicity IL Chorale Il.IL Y-teens IO, Thespians IL 'Fiddler on the Roof', 'Dark of the Moon', 'Music Man', National Honor Society I2. Carolyn Diane Schuett. Tiger Cubs lO.Il, FHA lO.Il.lL parliamen- tarian IL Spanish Club ll.l2. David Lee Schulz. Sylvia Marlene Schuster. Mid-year graduate. Charles LeRoy Schwanke. Football IO: Wrestling lO.ll,I2. LuAnn Shallberg. Tiger Cubs lO,II. Christel ErickaxSharp FNA lO.Il, German Club IO. Jack LeeRoy Shelton. Mid-year graduate. Kristi Ann Sherman. Mid-year graduate. Tana Yvette Shoup. Benny James Siebler. Football IO,ll,I2. Captain IL Basketball lO.ll.lL Track lO.ll.lL F-Club lI.lL president IL Student Council lO,ll.lL FCA ll.l1. secretary IL Jeff Tucker Memorial Award ll, All-State Football IL All-Conference Football IL Art Stark Football Award IL National Honor Society ll. Julie Kay Sisley. Intramurals ll. Randy Skinner. Mid-year graduate. Steven Kenneth Skoog. Football lO,Ih Intramurals IL German Club IL National Merit Letter of Commendation I2. Elizabeth T. Smith. Basketball lla Track ll, Volleyball ll, Intramurals IO.Il, GAA lO.Il, Spanish Club IO, Student Council ll, National Honor Society I2. Pamela J. Smith. Mid-year graduate. Michael Duane Snodgrass. Debate IO. Kathy Louise Snow. Mid-year graduate. Robert Allen Snyder. Football IO.lI,lL F-Club l2. Christine Louise Sorensen. DECA IJ. Debra Kay Soukup. Track lO.Ili Intramurals lO.ll.lL French Club IO, DECA I2. vice-president IL Sweetheart l2. Karleen Ann Speicher. Intramurals IL scorekeeper IL Tiger Cubs IO,- ll, Choir IL Y-teens IO. Penny Rae Sperstad. Tiger Cubs lO,lI, Golden Girls ll, Choir IL Spanish Club IO, DECA IL historian IL 'Music Man'. Debby Sue Staab. Mid-year graduate. Cheryl Lynn Stafford. Track IO, Volleyball l0.ll,lL Intramurals lO,Il,- IL vice-president, Intramural Sports Union, V-teens lO.II, GAA IO.ll,- IL John Phillip Sousa Award IJ. Kathryn Jo Anne Stafford. Tiger Cubs IO,II.IL Band lO,Il.lL FTA IO,- lI.lL treasurer IL Spanish Club IO.ll.l2. Debra Ann Starkey. Tiger Cubs lO,lI, FTA IO, FHA lO,lI,I2, publicity chairman IO, degree chairman Il, vice-president IL German Club IL Quill and Scroll ll,lL The Rustler lI,lL National Honor Society IL cum laude IJ. Paul Anthony Steflensmeier. Football IO: Basketball IO. Track IO: ln- tramurals lI,l2, Band lO.ll.I2. assistant equipment manager IO. head equipment manager II, president IL alternate to All-State Band IL Tri-State Honor Concert Band IL National Honor Society IL cum laude ll. laurel Jeanne Stigge. Intramurals IO, Tiger Cubs IO.lI, Golden Girls ll: Band IO, Y-teens IO, Art Club IL DECA IL secretary IL National Honor Society l2. Michael Joseph Stoltenberg. Band l0,Il,I2, vice-president IL FTA IO: Radio News Il,IL News Editor IL local and district winner "Voice of Democracy" contest II, All-State Band IL Nebraska High School Honor Band lI.IL Tri-State Honor Band IL National Honor Society IL cum laude I2. Michele Ellen Stover. Mid-year graduate. Cheryl Kay Stratman. Tiger Cubs lO.ll, Choir ll,lL Y-teens IO, Math Club Il, Bookkeeping Award finalist II, Regents Scholarship Winner IL 'Fiddler on the Roof', 'Music Man', National Honor Society IL cum laude IL Gary Lynn Strong. Dean William Stuenkel. Cross Country II.IL Track ll.lL NFL lO,Il.lL F-Club IL Quill and Scroll II,lL Math Club IL Science Club ll, The Rustler IL Editor IL Debate IO, Regents Scholarship Winners National Honor Society IL cum laude IJ. Wayne E. Sund. Mid-year graduate. Carl William Sutton. Thomas Cleo Thomas. Mid-year graduate. Thomas K. Thompson. Mid-year graduate. Peggy Timmermann. Mid-year graduate. Marshall Henry Tofte. Cross Country lO,ll.lL Track lO.Il.lL ln- tramurals lO.Il.lL F-Club l0.Il.lL The Rustler IL Sports Editor ll. Lori Jo Tomes. Gary M. Van Fleet. Radio News ll, audio man ll, The Rustler Il,II Photographer lI,lL Black and Gold lI.lL Photographer lI,lL audi, visual work IO.ll.l2. Terry Gene Vitamvas. Randall Lee Voecks. Todd Robert Wackel. Football student manager IO, Tennis ll.ll Wrestling IO: Intramurals lI.lL Student Council IO. Gail Ann Wagner. Tiger Cubs lO.Il.IL Golden Girls ll. Art Club ll German Club lO,lL Black and Gold IL Class Editor IL Timers' Club ll ll. Scott Thomas Wagner. Cross Country Il, Basketball IO: Track IO,l Intramurals Il: Student Council ll. secretary-treasurer Il. Nancy Ellen Walker. Intramurals lO.ll.IL Tiger Cubs l0.ll, Golde Girls IL Band IO.ll.IL band artist IL GAA lO.ll, Art Club IL Germa Club IO, National Honor Society IJ. Robert Newton Wallace. Jr. Peggy Lynn Walline. Transfer student: Pep Club lO.ll: Track lO.lI, SIL dent manager lO.llr Drama Club lO,ll, 'Here's Love'. Douglas James Wallingford. Choir IO,lI,lL Chorale IL 'little Mar Sunshinek 'Fiddler on the Roof', 'Music Man', Russell Lee Ward. Football lO.ll.lL Swimming lO.ll, Track ll, In tramurals IL Choir IL 'Music Man.' Dorla Kay Warneke. Tiger Cubs lO.lli Y,teens IO,Il, German Club IO, Math Club IL cum laude IL Melody Ann Watson. Band IO,ll.lL FTA lI.I2. James Darwin Wegner. Auto Club IL vice-president IL Debate I NFL ll. Kenneth James Weiman, Jr. Football IO,lI, Track l0.ll.lL Intramural IO,lI.lL F-Club lI.lL German Club lla Auto Club I2. Jon Bradley Weinberg. Basketball lO.Il.IL Golf lO.ll,lL Student Coun cil ll.I2. student body vice-president, DECA lI,l2, president ll. Peggy Ann Welty. Tiger Cubs IO.II,IL cheerleader II,lL Art Club II Thespians lI.IL Student Council lO.Il.I2. senior class secretary treasurerf Homecoming princess candidate ll, Black and Gold Queel Candidate IL Merry Christmas Queen Candidate IL 'Night Watch National Honor Society l2. Delores White. Mid-year graduate. Edith Arlene Whitt. Band lO,lI.I2. librarian IL Choir Il.lL Chorale II FNA IO, German Club ll.lL 'Fiddler on the Roof', 'Music Man National Honor Society l2. Diane Lynn Widman. Mid-year graduate. Gale Lynn Wilkinson. Mid-year graduate. Randy Allen Wilkenson. Football lO.Il, Track IO. Terri E. Williams. Mid-year graduate. Patricia Lyn Wilson. Tiger Cubs IO, Golden Girls IL Choir ll.lJ Chorale Il,lL Thespians Il,IL 'Lovers', 'Dark of the Moon', 'Musii Man', 'Night Watchk National Honor Society I2. ert Allan Winter. Jerry Man . 'id Melvin Witthuhn. Cross Country IO. :nie Jo Witthuhn. Mid-year graduate. rk Henry Wittmann. Swimming IO,Il,I2l Choir II,I2i German Club 'Fiddler on the Roofk 'Music Mani ren Darrel Woodcock. Intramurals I2, Band IJ, Thespians IL All- Glynn Woodman. Choir ll.l21 'Fiddler on the Roof'i 'Music Craig William Yorty. Stephan Ray Youmans. Intramurals II,I2. ? Bing D' Hsstlllss Sonor Band ll' Trhslate Honor Band D' Steven Roy Yenney. Tennis IO,lI,l2l Intramurals Ili FCA ll,l2t DECA Iona Umor anew ' ll-ll David Jonathan Ziemer.lntramuralsII,I2. - X , If 1 0 X 4 .Q l f l X l ' f . l It f' I C I V4 ff l f 1 , f X . 4 ' l x f, t x . 'W f' X I 207 208 Abel.Scott I29 Adams. Charles l46 Adams. Greg 55.I29 Adams. Mary I29 Adams. Mike I04.I29 Adler. David l46 Ahlers. Allen 24.IO9 Alberts. Melanie I46 Albright. Barb 24,26.Sl.SS.76 Aldrich. Melinda I29 Beach, Rhonda I8,l47 Beam. Greg I47 Bechtel. Mike I47 Beckner. Robert I47 Beezley, Daniel I29 Behl, Roger SS.42 Behrens. Roy IOS Beister. Paul 67.69.75 Belak. David I47 Belak. Tim Bellis. Becky 24.78.l47 Bendig. Arthur Bendig. John I47 Bengston. Cindi l29 Aldrich, Wanda l46 Allen. Brad l46 Allen. Mitchell Allen. Nancy Sl.79.80 Ames. Tom 8O.I46 Andersen, Scott A. l29 Anderson. Carol Anderson. Daryl 42.44 Benham. Amber 2S.l29 Bennett. Debora Bennett. Karen I47 Bennett, Norma Jean Benson, Kathy I29 Benson, Marlys I8.24.l29 Benson. Merritt SO.42,54.7S,l47 Benton. Diane I47 Bentley. Steve I29 Anderson. 75.76.79. Anderson. Debbie 24.SS.SB.66.67.69. 8l.I9O Debra S8.l29 Anderson. Donald lI6.ll7 Anderson, Gena I46 Anderson. Jode I29,lSO Anderson. Lorrie I46 Anderson. Mark SS Anderson. Michael 79.I46 Anderson. Patti Anderson. Rick Anderson. Russ Anderson. Scott A. Anderson. Scott E. 46,57 Anderson. Susan 7B,79,I46 Andreason. Douglas S2,l29 Andrews. Greg l29 Andrews. Ronald l46 Anthony. Ronald I46 Anton. Sharon 2O.I25 Appleget. Jon 49.lI6 Arbaugh. Susan Armburst. Steven 2S.I29 Armstrong. Mark l29 Armstrong. Roger Arp. Don I46 Arps. Brain 46.l29 Arps. Resea I29 Arthur. Douglas I29 Arvanitis. Mary l46 Atwell. Michael 56.l46 Austin. Cindy I47 Austin, Debbie 25,I29 Berg. Pam 24,72,l29 Berger. David 66,l47 Berkland. Ronald I47 Berry. Wendy I29 Bertelsen. Jane 24.64.I47 Bertram, Diana I47 Best. Kathi 25,I29 Best. Michael 46.57.I29 Best. Robert 80 Buettow. Wendy 78 Bice. Kim l29 Blackburn. Robert ISO Blair. Dennis 46.54.lI2,I24 Blank. Carl Blevins, Jim Bliven, Jim 2S.57.l47 Bloemker. Steven SS Bloom. Sally 23.lSO Boettner. Dorothy I08 Bogenreif, Tim Bolisega, Mike Boll. Kris ISO Boll. Mike I47 Bollish. Mark 69.80 Bond. Steve 79,l47 Bones. Linda IIO Borck. Joy 2S.8O Borgmeyer, Pamela 77,9l Boschult. lynn SS.65,69,I66 Boschult. Mark 72.lSO Boss, Samella l8.lO4.I66 Bossow. Debra I47 Bowersox. Frank I66 Austin. Larry Ayars. Julie I47 Ayars. Richard 79.I47 Bachman. Richard 48.l47 Bachman. Ronnie 48,I47 Backens. Dianne l29 Bade. David I05 Bahe. AI 5S.I24 Bahrs. Karen Bahrs. Linda I47 Bailey. Kevin I47 Baker. David Baker. Michael 56,I47,l99 Baldwin, Vicki I47 Bales. Judith I29 Baltz, Mark Bang, Jane I47 Bang, Kent D9 Banks. Debbie I47 Barcus. Debra S8 Barcus. Gary 79.l29 Barnes. Carlon I29 Barrett. Joyce 24.I29 Bassett. Debbie I29 Bazata. Robin I29 Bowling. Roger 46.ISO Bowma Bowen. n. Bonnie I47 John l2O.l2l Boysen, Todd ISO Braasch. Carmen 25,lSO Bradford, Guy 2S.l66 Bradford. Scott ISO Bradley. Andy 24.57.8I.I47 Brady. Shawn l66 Brainard. Mary I66 Brand. Connie I04 Brand. Janet l8.25,65.ISO Brand. Kirk l66 Brand. Susan 24.l47 Brand. Teri 22.8I.I47 Brandt. Kurt l66 Brannon. Michael 46.5S.lSO Brannon. Scott II6 Brant. Gerald T. IIO Brei. Mark 78,79.I67 Brei. Mary Jo 24.S0,66.78,8O.l47 Breithaupt. Duane l48 Brester. Douglas ISO Brewer. Cindy Brewer. Randall 24.46.lSO Brinkman, Laura Brobst. Nathan Brooks, Kirk l66 Brown, Jeffrey ISO Brown, Peggy IS,l48 Brown. Sheri 15.lS0 Brown. Terri I48 Brown. Tom I48 Index Bruhn. Carl 87 Bruhn. Karen Sl,S8.79.8I.82,S6.I66 Brunmeier, Dale I48 Brunmeier, David I66 Brunmeier, Randy ISO Bryant. Jack 42,44 Bubbert. Gregory 79.lS0 Bucholtz, MelRae IG7 Bucklin, Tom 78.ISO Bucy, Tom 76.I67 Bucy, Vicki 65.lS0 Buell. Julie 79.I67 Buettow. Wendy 2S.SO.l48 Buhrig. Billie Jo 77.I67 Burhman, Randy ISO Buhrman. Rannah ISO Buhrman. Roxanne l8.I67 Buland. Mike l67 Buntmeyer. Karen I48 Burkholder. May IIO.lII Burns. Cheryl l67 Burns. Denise I48 Burns. Teri 2S.79.l48 Burton. Barbara ISO Byrom. Edith Caauwe. Theresa 22.I48 Callahan. Ronald I48 Callaway. Cindra ISO Calta. Steve 25.lI6,l28,lSO Camp. Rosemary I67 Campbell. Robert I67 Carlson. Beverly 22.S2.I09,lIO Carlson, Cory ISO Carlson. Gary I48 Carlson, Gayle 29.8I.I67 Carlson, Glenda ISO Carlson. Gregory ISI Carlson. Jeanine Carlson, Kirsten I67 Carlson, Robert I48 Carlson. Stanley IO2 Carman. Lori 7S.I48,lS0 Carmichael. Debra Carnahan. Connie l48 Carnahan, Denise 22.I48 Carnahan. Joanne ISI Carnahan. Terry ISI Carson. John 62,9S,l67 Carstensen. Sharon 78.I48 Cecil. Kay S8.79,Bl,B2,I48 Cernik. Pam I4B Cerny. Cathryn 66.lSl Chamberlain, Bill l48 Chandler, Rodney 25.46.S4.8O.lSl Chaney. Merry I67 Chantry. Margaret 80.l48 Chapman. Terri 24.68.7B.ISl Charter, Carl ISI Charter. Roger 42,l67 Chestnut, William IOS Christ. Elma I67 Christensen. Alan Christensen. Diane S8.65.I67 Christensen. Donna l67 Christensen. Eric ISI Christensen. Gary I67 Christensen. Ken 46.l48 Christensen. Laurie SB.65.79.8I,I48 Christensen. Lynda I67 Christensen. Marlin 24.57.lSI Christensen. Reed 2S.46.l48 Christensen. Sharon I28.lSI Christensen. Tom ISI Christian, Bill Christiansen, Lou ll2 Christiansen. Martin 79.lSI Christianson. Robin l68 Claasen. Steve 79.l48 Clark. Cindy ISI Clark, Karen ISI Clark. Kelly l48 Clark, Mark 2S.I68 Clark. Mary l48 Claussen. Debbie I68 Clemmer. Gary 28.78.80.I48 Clingman. Steven 42.4S.9S.I6S Cloeter. Cameron 42.69,I68 Cloeter. Diane 25.ISI Coates. Kevin I48 Cobb. Jill l48 Coburn, Mike Coburn. Sherri I49 Cochran, Gregory 28,SS,5O.I68 Coleman. Beverly l49 Coley. Donna Cclling. Ronald 28,SS,7S.I68 Colling, Tom 78 Conner. Robert ISI Connett. Corinne ISI Connick. Mike 57.78.lSI Conrad. Jay 7B.l49 Cook. Denise l49 Cook. Mike 42.I68 Cook. Pam 25.SB,ISl Cook. Ruth I49 Cooper. Cathy 2O.I6S Coover. Leo ISI Cordle. Brenda Cornelius. Rhonda ISI Cornelius. Robin ISI Cornell. Steve ISI Coufal, Jane I49 Coulter. Robert I49 Craighead. Robert ISI Cravens. Thelma ISI Crawford. Carolyn I49,l68 Crawford, Mike ISI Crawford. Tom l68 Creps. Bill Cross. Brenda I49 Cruse, Theresa ISI Cunningham. Doug 24.79,l49 Cunningham. William 22,lSl Curren. Debra 8l,82,I68 Daehnke. Gwendolyn 25.6S.ISI Daehnke. Jeff 8I.l68 Dallas. Patricia ISI Daniel, Amy I49 Daniels. Susan 8I.l49 Dart. Cathy IS2 Dart. Susan l68 Dather. Gary IGS Dather. Karen IGS Davis, Jan IS2 Davis, Jim IGB Davis. Susan I49 Day. Cynthia 24.79.lS2 Day. Darwin IS2 DeISutts. Dean 46.57.IS2 Deethardt. Donna 25.IS2 Delong, Mabel IO4 Delp. Robert IS2 Depue. Michael 2S.lS1 Desler. Kathy 25.lS2 Desler. Peggy l68 Detmer. Jerry 55.lS2 Devney. Cyndi I68 Devoe. Dave IS2 Devore. David l49 Devore. Paul IS2 Dickhute. Joel IS2 Diers. Bryan 56.I5O Dirkscheider. Ron I68 Dixon. Beth I68 Dodd. Randy 42,6I.l50 Doering. Max IS2 Donkin. Jeanehe IIB Donkin. Scott SS,42,56.7S,87,l69 Donohoe. Denise l69 Donohoe. Kevin IS2 Donscheski. William IO! Doty. Carol I69 Doty. Steve Dovenbarger, Suzanne 24,I32 Downey. Diane 89.ISO Dowty. Allen I69 Draine. Ronald 3I,32,ISO Drake, Dave 33,72,9I,I69,I98 Drews, Gary ISO Dritley. Paul 42.73.8l.82.ISO Droegmeier, Steven I69 Drucker, Cindy 79L80.ISO Dunson, Cindy I32 Dyson. Dotty I32 Dzingle. Steve II6,I69 Eads, Patti I32 Eads, Vineta ISO Eaton. Bill I32 Ebel, Phyllis lO4.I69 Echtenkamp, Sandra 24,79.IS3 Eden, Velyn l69 Edginton. Kitt 22,l33 Edwards, Mary 33.73.8O,82.84,8S,I69 Ehlers, Kevin ISO Ehling. Mary 76.III Ehly. Daniel 79,I69 Einspahr, Dennis I22.l23 Ellerman. Jeffery I69 Ellis, Steve I33 Elton. Dave Elwood. Mark 28.78.80.82,ISO Elwood. Robert Emme, Connie ISO Emmons, Brian lSO,I9O Engel. Richard I33 Erickson, Kris I33 Eskilsen. Nan 22,38.78.l53,l68 Espenschied. Cindy 24.I33 Evans, Dan ISO Evans, Jeff 80,82,I69 Evans, Sandra 3I,6S,8I.82,ISO Everett, Lynn I69 Facklam, R. Craig I35 Fallbeck. Connie 2S.ISO Farley, Shawn 3O,7S,I69 Farris, Kathleen I02 Farris. Steven I33 Feaster. Sue 66,67,I24 Feuerstein, Christine I69 Feuerstein. Sue ISO Fienhold. Barb I7O Fierstein, Don 46,ISO Finlay. Roberta I7O Fischer. Gary Fisher, Lorna I33 Fisher. Robert Fitch. Richard Flanagan. Debbie 68,lSO Flesher. Brad ISO Flory. Bill 69.7S,I70 Focht. Mitch ISO Forsberg. JoAnne 38.78.I7O Foster. Gene 46,S7,ISI Foster. Marilyn I7O Fouts. Richard I33 Fox. Brenda J2.33.7S.l7O Fox. Robin I33.I36 Francis. Wayne 78,8O,ISI Franke, Mary I33 Frauen. Michael ISI Frazee, Robert I33,I36 Frazee, Robin I7O Frazier. Emma I33 Freeman, Dale ISI Freeman. Jim I9O Freitag. Deanna IIO,III Freitag, Leta 26,3338,72.7S,76,77. I69,I7O Freund. Phyllis ISI Freund, Robert SO,I7O,I98 Freyermuth, Brian ISI Frink, Cindy I7O Frink, John ISI Frost, S usan 3O.64.66,69,8I.82,ISI Frye, Mark I33 Fuhr. Joel 79.I7O Fursten au, Jim I33 Furstenau, John I5I,l90 Furstenau, Mary ISI Gaeth. Galley, Richard David ISI Garland, Stewart Garrison, Jeff SO,ISI Garrison, Marcie IO4 Garvin. Mary 7S,l6I Gaskin, John 3O,3I,SO.8O,ISI Gaston, Caroline l33 Gaston. Jolene IO4.I7I Gates. Cynthia 20.66133 Gaughen, Laurie E-S,l33 Gaughenbaugh. Lee I7l Gausman. Larry IO2 Geisler. Kevin 23.ISI Gentry. Randy ISI George. Kathy l7I George. Patti ISI George, Robert 46.l33 Gerke, Randy I33 Gernstein. Bill ISI Gibson. Cheryl ISI Gibson, Robert l7l Gifford, Melanie 38.I1S Gillan, Kurt ISI Gitt, Lee Ann ISI Glenn, Dale I33 Glenn, David 48,S7,ISI Glenn. Margeret 38.I7I Glenn, Virginia Gnuse, Goebel, Sheryl 33,38,79,l7l Rick I33 Goldsberry, John ISI Gooden Goodwi ough, Cindy 22,lSl n, Tom 24.79,8I,I33 Gordon. Charles III Gordon, Mary Lou IOS Goree. Janice 69,I5l Goree, Joan 25,66,ISI Goreham, Cheryl I7I Gossard, Jaye I33 Gossard, Juanita I7I Gossett, DeDe ISI Gotschall. Richard I33 Gourley, Kandy I33 Graham. Rhonda l33 Graulic Gray. J h. Karen l8,lSI olene ISI Gray. Michelle I33 Green, Green, Bonnie I7I William ISS Greenwood. Jeanne I7I Greser, H oward Greunke, Geraldine I8,73,80.ISO Greiss, Griffin, Pam I7I Steven I33 Grisson, Patricia I7I Grobeck, Jill 33,77.l7I G rover, G uhde. Tom ISI Rhonda I33 Gunnick, Eric 14.79.83 Gustafs on, Kristi 63,I33 Hafits, Barb 33.38,7S,8I.82,I8I,I99 Hafits, Harriette III Hafits, Sandy 2S.I34,I36 Hagenbucher, Linda I34 Hahn. Dan ISI Haines, Scott I34 Haith, Ricky S7,I34 Hall. Herbert I34 Hamilton. Mark Hammond, Mary IO4,IS2 Hammond. Sherry 78,I34 Hamsa, Jim 48.IS2 5 - Lk t Qt, ,sl s I, J, . t 355 , ' Q5iii'iIf ViFIi35 . .- 1 -. Q ft ,f fwf .sfg1:,g.:, , 3 ,ff we Inf? Hamsa, Suzanne I8.l34 Hand, Gary I54 Hand, Leroy I34 Hanen. Dave 24,l7I,I9B Hanen. Diane I34 Hanis, Linda I7I Hanna, Vicky 38,IS2 Hansen, Becky I34 Hansen, Bryan ISI Hansen. Dan SO,SI,8O,82,I7I Hansen. Jeff 2S.IS2 Hansen. Kim I7I Hansen. Mark 2S,33.39,48.S3,92,I7I Hansen. Michelle I34 Hansen, Randy SS.IS2 Hansen. Rick I34 Hansen. Steve ISI Hansen. Susan I71 Hanson, Greg S7,IS2 Harder. Bradley I72 Harding. Jacob I34 Harms, Brian I34 Harms. Dan 42,44,S6,ISO,IS2 Harper. Harvey IOS Harpster. Jan 33,I72 Harpster, Ronald I34,I76 Harris, Julie IS2 Harris, Suzan I72 Harrison. Cynthia IS2 Hart.Roxann I34 Hartley. Linda 26,79,IS2 Hartung, James I7J Harvey. Thomas IS2 Hasek, Christine 24,I52 Hass, Carmen IS2 Hanan. Valerie 6S,IS2 Hattan. Debbie 77,I72 Haun, Joseph I34 Havekost. Todd 28.IIS,IS2 Hawkins, William I72 Haxby, John 28.IS2 Haynes, Douglas I34 Haynes. Holly I34,I36 Haynes, Scott 79 Hazelton. Bob I52 Heckman, Denise I9.79.IS1 Heimann, Gilbert IOS Heimann, Gwen I34 Heimann, Pam I72 Hein, Robyn IS2 Heintzelman, Mike 42.72.74,8O,S2,9O. I72 Heller, Denise Hellings. Mabel IB,lO4 Hemmer. Carol 24,I72 Henderson, Candy 23.I34 Hendrix, Robert 2S,32,S7.IS2 Hendrickson. Randy 28.I72 Henrichson. Lilla Dean 23.I34 Henrichson, Lori 38,I34 Henrichson, Pam J6,33,I72 Henry, Julie I34 Henry, Minnie IO4 Hergenrader, Robert S4,IIB Herre. Cheryl I34 Hespen. Steve I72 Hester. Pam I72 Hetrick, Gary I34 Hetrick, Loy 79 Heyne, Maiorie 3I,33.I2O.I72 Higley, Mick 48.S3.ISJ Hilgenkamp. David 24,33.I71 Hilger. Max IS2 Hillgren, Dwight IS2 Hillrichs, Roxanne 7S,8I,ISJ Hines, Lenice 3I,I72,I90 Hinkel, Bobbi IS2 Hittner. Chris l72 Hoelscher. Henry 23.46.I34 Hoerath, Tim I72 Hoffman, Tim l72 Holstine, Karen IS4 Homa. Russ SI.S6.II1.II3 Homes, Cindy IO4,I34 Hooper, Robert IS2 Hoops. Rhonda I35 Horeis, Rick IS2 Hoschiet, Doug 16,I73 Hosch. Don I3S Hosch, John IS3 House. John 3141.44.73 House, Steve 46,S7,72,I3S Houser, Fred ISS Howe, Mary 24.38,6S,78,l3S Hubbard, Lee ISS Hudec, Jerry IBS Hudec, Robert I73 Huffman. Florene 20,23,79,8O,IS3 Huggins. Sharon IO3 Hughes, Jim 42,IS3 Hughes. Keith IO3 Hultgren. Bonnie I73 Hultgren. Sharon JO,6S.I3S Humbert, JoAnn ISS Humphrey. Duane IIS Hunter. Jan 24.63 Hurley, Denise 24,79.I35 Hurt, Julie I9,64,8O,89.lS3 Hurt, Sheryl 3I,8O,82.I73 Hutcheson. David 28.IS3 Hutcheson, Mike 33.I73 Hutsell, Dan ISS lmmell. Dave I53 Irish. Sherrill 23.I35 Isaacson, Jill IS3 Isaacson. Skip ISS Iverson, Mollie ISS Jacobs,Dawn ISS Jacobs, Terry ISS Jacobson, Jeff II6,I73,I9O Jansen. Bruce ISS Jasperson. David ISS Jasperson. Steve I73 Jaworski, Cheryl I73 Jensen, Denise 33.I74 Jensen. Laurie 33,77.89.99.l74 Jensen. Lynette l3S Jensen. Mark IS3 209 210 Jensen, Wendy 2S,33,S8,6S,l74 Jessen, Jeanne IS4 Jessen, Lynn SSJSS Johannesen, Brad 46.lS5 Johnson, Barbara ISS Johnson, Bethenn ISS Johnson, Cathy I74 Johnson. Cheryl 1O.22.S3.77,l74 Johnson, Clarence IOS Johnson. Debbie A. ISS Johnson, Debbie M. ISS Johnson, Gary I74 Johnson, Greg 5O,5l.72.ISS Johnson. Janet l8.S8 Johnson. Kevin IS4 Johnson. Linda 2S,5S,lS5 Johnson, Marcia IS4 Johnson. Marilyn ISS Johnson. Michael 24,46.lS3 Johnson, Patti 24.66,Il6,ISS,lS9 Johnson, Randy I74 Johnson, Renee 6S,lS5 Johnson. Sheryl ISS Johnston, Sandra ISS Jones, Cynthia ISS Jones. Jeffery I74 Jones. Jennifer ISS Jones, Karen 2S,l74 Jones, Larry ISS Jones, Lori ISS Jones, Sherry IS4 Jordan, Gregory 46,IS6 Jorgensen, Diane Sl.IS4 Jorgensen, Linda IS4 Jorgensen, Rita 24,174 Jurging, Martha IS4 Kahnke, Rodney IS4 Kalina. Joe ll7,l74 Kalina. Mary 24,lS6 Kalisek, Bernice IS4 Kalisek. Glenn lS6 Karlin. Debbie IS4 Karr. Rhonda I74 Karrow, Patsy I74 Kassmeier. Donna IO4 Kastrup. Phyllis I74 Katz. Brad 62,80 Keene, Mitzi I74 Keene. Terry I36 Keim. Dean IS6 Keiper, Robert lO7,l1O,I2I Keithley, Ronald S7,lS6 Kelly, Kyle 42,4S.44,4S,I54 Kelsay, Daniel 29.I22,I2S Kempcke, Ellen IS.lS4 Kempenar. Mike ISE Kempanar. Peggy Kendrick, Michele IS4 Kern. Cindy ISE Kern, John I74 Kerschinske, John IS4 Keyes. Marilyn 23.l09 Kindler. Bryan IS4 King. Debbie 79 King. Jeff SS,42.7S,9I,l74 King, Peter 3I.SI,82,SS,I74 Kingry, Danny ISS Kingry. Debbie I74 Kingry, Kathy IS4 Kingry. Randal lS6 Kingsley. Lisa IS4 Kingston. Debbie I36 Kingston, Jodean SS.llO,lll Kingston, Mark IS4 Kinkade. Delmar IOS Kinney. Rita I74 Kinport, Roger I74 Kimball, Roger Kirchmann, Kathy 7S,l74 Kirchmann, Steven ISS Klabunbe, Ray 2S.lS6 Klahn, Nancy lS6 Kleensang. David I74 Klevemann, Jill I74 Klevemann, Phil ISS Klingenberg, Roxanne I7S Knigge, Robert IOS Knight, Thelma IO4 Knoell, Bob 42.43,44,4S.S6,IS4 Knoell, Kathy 2S,IS4 Knoell, Kevin IS6 Knoell, Lora 22,l7S Knudsen. Eileen 79.lS4 Knutson, Don IS4 Kock. Keri 24.6S.79,lS4 Kock. Kim 24.79.IS4 Kock. Rick ISE Kocour. Terry IS6 Koehler, Clark 7S.IS6 Koehn, Bradley I7S Kohl. Dennis IS6 Kohl. Violet IS4 Kohout, Charlotte IS4 Kohout, Jay ISE Koleno, Laura 2S,lS4 Kolund, Bruce ISS Kolund, JoAnn I7S Koplin. Glenn 42.l7S Koplin, Pam l36 Korshoi. Lisa l8,38,IS4 Kort. David IS4 Kosofsky. Mike I7S Kounovsky. Stacia I7S Koziel. Jeff IS4 Kraemer. Mark IS4 Kraft, Becky 7S,SS,S9,l75 Kramer. Michael ISS Krivohlavek, Carol IS7 Krause. JoAnn Ill Kroenke, Robert IIS Kruse, Jayne 2S,l54 Kruse, Kenneth Kuddes, James 46,lS6 Kuddes, Steve l37,I7S Kuhns. Jo 68 Kuhrts, Karen I7S Kukoly, Vickie 77,l75 Kumm, Carol IS4 Kumm, Larry lO4.lS7 Kumm, Vienna I9,l54 Kupfer, Gregg S4,72,lS7 Kush. J Lackas. Lackas. Lackey. udy 154 Durk IS7 Sally IS7 Sandra IS4 Lallman. Keith IO! Lambourn, Becky 2S.SS,S8,6S,l66,l7S Lambourn, Robert l02 Lambrecht, Adeline IO4 Lamme, Libby S8,l76 Lamuel. Jodeen I76 Langer. Lannin. David 7S,76,l76 Tom llS,lS4 Lantz. Jim IS4 LaRocca. Jeffrey lS4,lS9 Larsen. Diane l76 Larsen, John 46,IS7 Larsen. Kathy 24,I37 Larsen. Larry Larsen, Mark IS7 Larsen. Roger JS Larsen, Sherryl 24,79,lS7 Larsen, Vicki 24.79.l76 Larson. Dean IS7 Larson, Mike 42,176 Larson, Tom IS7 Launer. Bruce Launer. Nancy Lauritsen, Jerry I76 Law. Dori 20.IS7 Law. Merrily 2l.lSS Lay, Albertus IIS Leach. Cindy IO4,lS7 Leach, William Leal, Jimmy 42,4S,44 Leathers, Kathryn SS,79,l76 Leathers, Sandra 22,7S,lSS Leedom, Russell IS7 Leeper. Larry ISS Leeper. Pamela IS7 Lefler. Belinda 7B.lS7 Legler, Debra Sl,l5S Legler, Lori 2S,l76 Leidig, Paul 29,l76 Leighton, Rebecca 2S,S2,Sl.l49,lSS Leiniger. Nancy l76 Lenser, Jodette 22.3S,S0,S2.l76 Lenz, Robert l76 LeRette, Richard IS7 Lesile, Jim 41.6O,ISS Lesile, Julie IS7 Lessor. Mary I76 Lewis. Brad IS7 Lewis. Kenna IS7 Lewis, Michael ISS Liester, Deanna Lindberg. Dave IS7 Lindgren. Donna ISS Line, Nancy I9.21,lS7,lS9 Lingle, Steve l76 Livingston. Penny ISS Livingston, Susan 22,ISS Lodde, Lavonne l76 Lodl. Rick l76 Lofquest, Cheryl lO4.lS7 Longacre. Rodney ISS Lonn. Ruth 32.lll Looci. Douglas 78.lS7 Lowther, Chuck IS7 Lowther. Mike l76 Lowther. William IS7 Luben. Debbie 2S.lS7 Ludacka, Cynthia ISS Ludacka, Mary l76 Lueke, Robert 2S,lS8 Lund. Christine 2l,SO,l5S Lund. Kent SO,5l,8O,S2,I76 Lundy, Mary 23.24.lS5 Lunn, Brian ISS Lunn. Cheryl 7S,77.S9.I76 Lunn. Debbie ISS Luther, Debbie l76 Lyddon. Debby SS,76,I76.l99 Lyons. Jon ISS Lyons, Mark ISS Macklin, Steven 7S,76.SO.l76 Sliiifltflfit F 3 is ,tl 1 Qt Qa - 1 .f K.. P' 'ft tv. ' 2 A 1 lif l t Macrino. Christine ISS Macrino. Joseph S7,l46,ISS Madsen, Peggy J4,7S,76,I77 Magnuson, Carl ISS Magnuson. Kurt I77 Mahke. Steve 24,SS,79.I77 Main, Cheryl I77 Makovicka. Terri ISS Marreel, Dave 42,4S,44,l77 Martens, Greg I77 Martin, Dana ISS Martin. Rodney 7S.lSS Marty. Mike ISS Maslonka. Cindy ISS Masters. Pat ISS Mattson, David I55 Mattson, Patricia I77 Maurer. Sandra ISS Maxey, James 46.IS8 May. Brian S9,72,lS6,ISS May. Charles IIS May. Rory 41,4S,47,87,l77 Mayer, Mitzi 24.78138 McCaslin, Kristi ISS McClain, Jon 42.44,l77 McClean, Carmine I77 McCright, Curt 2S,l56 McCright, Dwight ISS McDaniel. Beth IS6 McDermott. James I77 McDowell. Linda IS6 McDuffee. Gary 46,lS8 McGee. Janice 22,l38 McGee. Marie lS,6S,78.l77,l9O McGee. Mark 7S,ISS,l9O McGilvrey, Shane ISS McGinley. Mike I77 Mcllheran, Michael ISS McKenzie, David 42,54,lS6 McKenzie, Richard 4S,I77 McKenzie, Roger S4.lSS McMahan, Johan lS6 McMullen. John 4O,42,S6,lIS McMullin, Eva IS6 McPherran, Moreen McPherson, Nell 26,I2I Mead, Marcia 33,SS.l77 Mead, Roger Means, Patricia 23.S2,lS6 ' sf QQ vi ,ff SESS? Mike? Meenen. Marilyn 8O,lS6 Melhoff. Drew 24.2S.lS6 Meier. Carmen lS6 Meier, Debra SS.66.78.I77 Meier, Mariorie IO4 Meier, Nancy 24,7S,lS8 Meierhenry. Howard IOS Meister. Jeffrey ISS Meister, Ray l7O Menck, Karen l8,l77 Menck, Nancy ISS Menck, Sharon 24,l77 Mentzer, William 46,138 Mesenbrink, Cheryl I77,l94 Mesenbrink, Lori ISS Meske. Daryl SO,lS6 Metschke, Rick Meyer, Ann 2S.26,SS,l69.l77 Meyer. Dale 24,IS6 Meyer. Deborah S3.79.l73 Meyer, Gerald IOS Meyer, Jeffrey ISS Meyer. Karen ISS Meyer, Lowell 2S,lI6.ll7 Meyer. Mark 56,I7S Meyer, Michelle SSJ56 Meyers, Vicki lS6 Michael, Sandy I7S Miers. Roxane 22,ISS Miles. Robyn IS6 Miller, Bobbie 24,lO4 Miller. Bradley ISS Miller, Charles 24.26,lS6 Miller. Cheryl 2O,S3,lS6 Miller. Cindy lS,l78 Miller. Diane lS6 Miller. Kirk 46,lS9.I4l Miller, Larry ISS Millie, Randy Milliken, James l39 Mills, Bob Mills, John 48,79 Minton, Sara lS6 Mitchel. Keith lS9 Mitchell, Monte 42,44.4S,l7S Mitteis. Deborah l39 Mitten, Mary SS,l7S Mohr, Michael IS7 Mohr, Sonia l39 Mohrhauser, LuAnn l39 Monovitz. Judy 8l.l78 Monson. Janice l39 Moore. Clara IO4 Moore. Mary 3l.63.BI.I57 Mooso. Galen 32,l78 Morant, Pam Morehouse. LaVerle IO7 Morris. Kathryn 3O,78.IS7 Moseman, Gary 8l.B2.l78 Moss. Kim 25.I3O.I39 Mueller. Cathlene 6S.l39 Mueller. Denise 6S.l39 Muhle. Debora I57 Muller. Mark 3O,IS7 Mulliken. Jack IS7 Mundt. Debra 23.l57 Murphy. Dawn l39 Murphy, Pat 46,lI3 Murphy. Tim Musbach. Janet 24.l39 Mussman. Dan S3.S4.8O.IS7 Poesch Ruppert. Dawn Myers. Jeff l39 Nabb. Doug 46,lI3 Neeman. Randy Neisius. Dan Nelsen. John l39 Leonard 46.l39.I4l Nelsen. Nelson. Dirk IS7 Nelson. Gail l39 Nelson. Nelson. Nelson. Nelson. Nelson. Neubau Jorge 8l.I39 Karen 76.l78 Kirk I39 Kyler Il8.lI9 Lori l78 er. Donald 23.8O.l78 Neuenfeldt. Donald l39 Newill. Newill. Denise l39 Rolland Newkirk. Diana 33.8I.82.86,l69.l78 Nichols. Nancy 24.66.68.69,73.78.82. I2O.l57 Nickolaison. Kim I78 Niebaum. Marci 24.78,IS7 Niebur. Jay IS7 Nielson. Albert l78 Nielson. Dave I78 Nieman. Cindy I39 Nieman. Randal IS7 Niles, Diane l57 Nissen, Edith 22.33.l78 Nolan. Robert l39 Nolan. Tee Ray 79.l04.l39 Nootz. Mike l39 Norman. Steve l4O Novak. Lana I7B Novotny. Patricia l78 Nuding, James l4O Obermiller. Barb 73.87.l78 Obermiller. Raymond 57.l79 Obermiller. Rodney l4O O'Brien. Mary 14.l40 Odenreider. Kevin 54.l4O Odle. Dollie I57 Odle. John l4O Oldham, Hary 46.S7.72.I40.l4I Olmstead. Mary Kay Olsen. Donald l79 Olson, Lindsey l4O Osborn. Bev 38.l79 Osterloh, Ted l4O Osterman. Lori l79 Otteman. Gary l4O Otteman. Gary l4O Otteman. Randy I79 Overton. Kathy lO4.l4O Paden. Robert 29,I79 Palmer. Kim 2S.lS9 Parker. Kathi l4O Parker. Sandra lO4,lS8 Parr. Debbie l79 Paseka. Keith ISS Patrick. Kimberly 78,l58 Partick, Marti ISS Patterson. David ISS Paul. Tom 46 Pawling, Brian 54.l40 Pearson. Kelly 46,l4O Pearston. Connie Peck. Bill 46.S7.l58 Peck. Kathy l4O Pedersen. David ISS Pedersen. Kimberly lS8 Peitzmeier, Wanda 23.l4O Pelikan. Penny IS8 Perry. Garland 46.62.7l.8l.I4O Perry. Patrick IS8 Peters. Debra l79 Peters. Diana l79 Peters, Diane l4O Peters. Gere 2O.63.76,l79.l9O Peters. Jeff J8.lS8 Peters. Jon IS8 Peters. Malcom 74.l58.l99 Peters, Ray l4O Petersen. Gene 25.33.l79 Petersen, Karinda IS7 Petersen. Richard 62 Petersen, Roger 29,I79 Peters en. Sharon 8l,I58 Peterson. Jeff Peterson, .lim ISS Peterson. Kim Peterson. Norma IS8 Peterson, Paul 32.79.l40 Peterson, Ron S7 Pettitt. Janice Pettitt. Marsha 24.8l.89.I58 Phifet. Daniel l4O Phillippe. Davie IS8 Phillps. Brenda l4O Phillips, David lO4.l4O Phillips. Denise l4O Phillips. Twyla 73,l58 Dave 39.42,44,73 Pimper. Pochop. Rod l4O Pochop. Russell . Randy 3O.42.43.4S,IS8.lS9 Poggensee. Denise ISS Poole. Alvin I40 Poole. Jean l4O Porter. Barbara ISB Porter. Bonnie l4O Porter. Connie l4O Porter, Vickie ISS Post. Valerie 2I,79,80.82,l40 Prauner. John 41,43.4S,l58 Presto Presto n. Kim l4O n. Roxanne lS8.l9O Price, Joan III Price. Linda 23,lS8 Price. Marla Price. Price, Patti ISS Randy 54.l58 so ii Ze: Probst. David IS8 Provorse. Allan 42.54,lS8 Pullen, Kenny Purkey. Dennis Raasch. Mike 42.S6,lS8 Rabe. Ann l4O Rabe. Tamara 22,l58 Raddatz, Steve l4O Radtke. Thomas I40 Raffety, Michael SO,lS3,l58 Rahtz. Harold IOS Ramaeker. Joseph 46.l4O Ramaeker. Tom Randall, Jerry l4l Ransford. David 46.l5B Ranslem. Brian l4l Ranslem. Debbie ISS Ranslem. Doug IS8 Ranslem. Roy I94 Rashleigh. Bill 18,BI.l58 Rasmussen. Don Rasmussen. Jon ISS Rastnussen. Rita l4l Rathke. Neal IS8 Rathke. Shelley 64 Ray. Donald l4l Ray. Mike Raymond, Becky ISS Raymond, Bobbie 2l.I58 Reandeau. Steve Reber. Barbara 24.I4l Rector. Gail 24.68,78.IS8 Rector. Sandra 6S.l4l Reece. Theresa 68.I4I Reed, Raymond II7 Reeder. Mark I58 Reeg. Phyllis 20.l4l Reeg. Therrence Reese. Jeff 24,79,l4I Reeves. Mike Reginbald. Dorothy ISS Register. Ruth 66.04 Register, Susan 33,78 Reier. Lori J3.l4l Reis. Mike 46.l2l Reis. Theodore 46.I4l Rhodes. Debra l4l Rice. Danny Rice. Julie I8.lSS Rice. Linda Sl Rice. Mike l4l Richter. Jeff Riggs. Karen 77.92 Riggs. Tom ISS Riley. Cindy Riley, Randall Rinaker. Greg l4l Rinaker. Joseph Ringle. Joseph Ringle. Debbie l4l Rise, Charles ISS Ritzen. Robert 4856.93.98 Rix. Michael ISS Rix. Pete Rix. Sharon l4l Robbert. Magdeline l9,ll9 Roberts. Carl 61,IS9 Roberts. Julie I63 Robertson, Jim S6,I59 Rockford. Darla l4l Rockford. Donald l4l Rodaway. Nora 23.30.78.l5S Roe. Mike Roehrs. Mike Roh, Christine 23,65.l4l Rhode. Dale II4 Rhode. Scott Rohlfs, Linda 33.8l Rohrs. Teresa 23.65.80.9O.lS9 Romans. Lynnette 24,33,7S.76.l04.l4l Romans. Louella Ronhovde. Susan 33.80 Root. Kevin Rosacker. Nancy Ross. Linda Roth. Wade 46,57,l42 Rump. Mark Ruud, Karen l59 Ryerson. Rolland IO! Ryerson. Sally 8l.lS9 Salisbury, Elmore 18 Salisbury. Noel I42 Sandau. Jerry l42 Sandberg, Jan 29 Sandberg. Richard ll6,ll7 211 212 l 2 2 Sandeen, Cindy H2 Sandeen. Diana IS9 Sandeen. Melody Sandry. ReNea III Sass. Kevin l42 Sass, Kimberly Sass, Sally 24.33.80 Sawyer. LuAnn l59 Schaefer. George Schauer. John Schualts. Ronald I42 Scheele, Greg Scheer, Cindy Scheer. Randy l59 Scheer. Ronald I42 Schenck. Richard l42 Schendt. James l59 Schenzel. Jayme 24,l42 Scltenzel. Jill I42 Schiely. Mark Schleicher. Nancy 23.33.38,66,68.69 Schlieker. Steven H2 Schlieker. Susan l59 ti -Nye i . Schneider. Lee Schneider. Russ 48 Schneider. Steven 46.I42 Schoeneck. Jeff I59 Schoeneck. Rob 42.43,45,75 Schroeder. Janet l42 Schroeder, Judy 33 Schroeder. Shelly 33.80,82.9l Schuett. Carolyn 20.24 Schuett, Kendall l59 Schultz. Lillian ll8 Schulz. David IO4 Schulz. Randy lO4.I59 Schuster, Sylvia - Schutt. Diane I42 Schwanke, Charles I94 Schwarting. Cheryl 23.I42 Schwarting. Kathy l59 Seaman. Charles l59 Seip. Randy I59 Settie. Terry 25.54,73.l59 Sexton, Lloyd lO2 Shadbolt, Jane 24.l43 A Q -.,, 4 S t . T' 1: t, I it-S J" for I -"- , Shaffer. Dave 46.I43 Shallberg. LuAnn Shanahan. Greg 48,l59 Shanks, Gary l43 Sharp, Christel Sharp. Kathy l43 Shelton, Jack Sherlock, Patricia l59 Sherman, Kristi Shinaut. Doug lO4.l6O Shinaut. Greg l60 Shores, Matt I6O Shoup. Tana Sickman. Wanda lI9 Siebler, Benny 33.39,41.44,6l.73.9l Sinnett. Lori 23,I60 Sisley. Julie Sisley. Mark 57.I43 Sixta. Mickey 11.66.67.68.l43 Sixta. Ronald ISO Skinner, Randy Skoog, Kathleen l43 Skoog. Steven 25 Small. Lalani I60 Smith, Charles Smith. Connie I43 Smith, Craig 57,8I,I6O Smith. Donna l60 Smith. Jim Smith. John I60 Smith. Kathy I60 Smith. Kay I60 Smith. Kimberly I43 Smith. Mike I43 Smith, Pamela l83 Smith, Rhonda I60 Smith. Richard I43 Snodgrass. Mike Snow, Kathi Snyder, Mary ISO Snyder. Robert 42 Snyder. Steve 55 Sollenberger. Carol 68.I43 Sorensen. Allan 24.I4J Sorensen. Arthur I6O Sorensen. Christine Sorge, Dennis 25,28.32.7!,8O.82.I6O Soukup. Debi Soukup. Greg 22,48.I6I Speicher. Karlie Bl Sperstad. Penny 8I Spilinek. Holly l9.23.I6l Spomer, Mark 62.I43 Springgate. Henry l43 Staab. Debby IB4 Stafford. Cheryl 66,69,79.I84 Stafford. Kathy l9.79,lB4 Stanley. Wayne I43 Starkey. Debbie 2O.14,33.75.l84 Starkey. Kathy 25.I43 Starlin. Randy I43 Steffensmeier, Paul 3!.79.l84 Steinbach. Diane l43 Steinbach, Randy ISI Steinbach. Tom ISI Steiner. Melinda 23.3l.I6l Steinpreis, Julie 21,I43 Stenger. Joan IO7 Steyer. John 23,8O,82.I6l Stewart. Garland l43 Stice. Laura I43 Stieren. Alan IGI Stigge. Laurel 33.I84 Stodola, Cindy 24.l43 Stoll. Joe I08.II3 Stoll. Pete l6l Stoltenberg. Mike 33,7S.l84 Stork. Diane IGI Stoupa. Richard I6l Stover, Michele IB4 Stratman. Cheryl 33.80.I84 Stroeh. Judy IIS Strong. Edith Strong. Gary IS4 Strong. Hope 24.I6l.I90 Strong. Terri 8O,I6I Stuenkel. Dean 33.48,75,l84 Stuenkel. Diane 24.78,I43 Styskal. Allen ISI Styskal. Arthur Thompson. Candi l9,I43 Thompson, Steve IGI Thompson. Tom l85 Thomsen. Diane 87,89,l6l Thomsen, Russ J5.46.l43 Thomsen. Susan 25,l45 Thornburg, Sherie I44 Tillman. Greg l6l Tillotson. Larry lI3 Timm. Michael l6l Timm. Randy l6l Timmerman. Peggy Timmermann. R. J. l6l Toelle, Rick I44 Tofte. Marshal 39,48,49,75.I Tomes. Lori l6I.I85 Tomonelli. Mary I6l Tomsons. Ingrid I62 Totnsons. Sylvia I44 Tonsfeldt, Lana 22.l28.l44 Toomey. Timothy I44 Torgerson. Robert l62 Tracy, Darryl l62 True, Vickie l61 Twehous. Jerry I44 LIhIik.Jim 46,l62 Uhlik, Mary 3l.l44 Updike, Lavonne 24.l44 Ussery. Tom IGI Vance, Patty I62 VanFleet. Gary 75,76.l85 Verbeek. LaRue I44 Veskerna. Randy 8O.I62 Vetter. Rod 15.3I.I44 Vitamvas. Mike l62 Vitamvas. Steven Vitamvas. Terry I85 Voecks. Jerome 86.l62 Voecks. Kenny I62 Voecks. Randy Wackel, Todd Wagner. Gail 24.76,I85 Summers. Michael 28,I6I Sumner, Kathy I6I Sund. Wayne IM Sutton. Carl Sutton. Kerry H3 Swanson. Edward M3 Swanson. leeRoy 42.lI9 Swearingin. Susan 8O,l43 Sweet. Pamela l6I Sydik. James 46.I43 Taege. Sallie l9.l6l.l66 Tank. Tamara 24,l43 Tank, Terry l6l Taylor. Terri 24.I43 Tegels. Kevin l6l Tegt. David 42.l5O.l6l Thessen. Anise IGI Thayer, Polly 23.79.l43 Thew. Linda 23.l6I Thomas. Denise 33,78.l43 Thomas. Tom ISS Wagner. Russell 8O.I44 Wagner. Scott ISS Walker. Nancy 3338.68.69 Wallace. Robert l85 Walline. Peggy Wallingford. Diane I44 Wallingford, Doug 80,818 Walraven, Janis I62 Ward. Doug 38,46.73,I62 Ward, Janice 66.68.l44 Ward, Jodee I62 Ward. Kim Ward. Lisa I44 Ward. Russell 42.B0.l85 Warneke. Diane I44 Warkeke, Dorla I85 Warner. Mike IGI Warner. Tim I62 Washburn. Kim I62 Washburn. Meichell I44 Watchorn, Debbie 24,l62 Waterson. Phillip I44 Watson. Melody l9.79,l85 Watson, Perry I62 Waugh. Tim 25.l61 Way. Ron I44 Weber. Greg l62 Wegmen, Peter 54.l62 Wegner. Carey I44 ', James 29,lS'5 .ann. Debra 24,79.8l,l62 ann. Vicki 25.3O.8I.I62 Randy 57,8O,I62 r. Linda I62 n, Ken I85 :rg, Jon 62.72,93,lS5 Robert lO8 Peggy 77,86,9l.I69.I85 Steven l44 er. Mike t. Debbie lO4.I62 Dan 46,I44 Paula I44 Vanessa 23,I85 Mike I44 Delores l85 Gary l44 Steve 28,l62.I9O Cathryn 23.68.l44 Edith 24.33,79,8O,82.I85 Widman. Diane ISS Widman. Janet 'l8,79,I62 Widner. Linda 78 Wiegert, Kyle l63 walberding. Kim 87.IG3 Wilcox. Dave II4 Wilcoxson. Dale I24 Wilkinson. Gale Wilkinson. Lynda I44 Wilkinson. Nancy 23.25,66,68,78,l44 Wilkinson. Randy IS5 Williams, Dorothy IOS Williams. Teri I86 Williamson. Susan 25,I63 Wilmot. Thomas 28.I44 Wilson. Chris 24,l44 Wilson. Karen I63 Wilson. Patricia 3I.33.38.8I.82.S6,l86 Winter, Debra 2O.l63 Winter. Robert l86 Wise. Mike 25,46,I2S.l44 Witthuhn, David l63,I86 Witthuhn, Don I44 Witthuhn, Winnie I86 Wittman, Annette 25,65,68.I44 Wittman. Mark 80,l86 Wobig. Jill I8,l63 Wollam, Jay I44 Woodcock, Julia 24,7B,I44 Wcodcock. Steven 3O.79,I86 Woodman. Jerry l86 Wozniak. Karen 24.l44 Wrage. Janet 14.l45 Yanike. Robert Ill Yenney. Steve 5O,5I.l86 Yerger, Jeff Yonkie. Wayne I45 Yorty. Craig I86 Yost. Sandra 23,32,I63 Yost. Steve 23.57,I45 Youmans. Stephan I86 Young. Debbie 25.71,l45 Ziemer. Dave I86 Zimmerman, Pat l63 Zschunke. William 55.62,72,l45 'We all have hopes and dreams... With the completion of the i973 Black and Gold many hopes and one great dream have become a reality. 'Castles in the air' has, from the start, been a joint effort-a composite of the talent and knowledge of many people. It is to those people that this page is dedicated. The staff wishes to ex- press its deepest thanks to these hard-working people: Mr. Bryan Smith Mr. Fritz Logeland Mr. George Rasmussen Mr. Meyer Mr. Clopper Mrs. Gordon Mrs. Strong Mrs. Huggins Dave Langer Debbie Starkey The junior journalists And a very special thank-you goes to Mrs. Mary Ehling who had enough faith in us to select us for this job and for contributing her time to our 'Castlesi We're going to miss her. 214 QQ 'Elf l n uff' . " "?5T' Qa-bmw-W? 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