Galesburg High School - Reflector Yearbook (Galesburg, IL)

 - Class of 1975

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Business Manager of the Reflector . . . Student Council . . . A Cappella Choir . . . Future plans include College, and travel . . . Birthday, March 2. EMILY ALBERT 0 . . . Birthday, July 10. DA VID ALDRICH . . . Varsity Base- ball . . . Intramurals . . . Latin Club . . . Plans to attend college . . . Birth- day, November 17. ..gm1 m TIMMY ANDERSON . . . Birthday, August 18. VERGENE ANDERSON . . . GSL . . . Plans to attend Carl Sandburg . . . Birthday, August 4. LAUREL R. BABBITT . . . CWT . .. Plans to travel . . . Birthday, June 18. MICHAEL EUGENE BAKER . . . A Cappella Choir . . . Creative Writ- ing Club . . . Plans to attend Hannibal -LaGrange College to study Law En- forcement and Music . . . Birthday, March 30. TAMI LYND BALDWIN . . . A Cappella Choir . . . Gadets . . . GSL . . . Plans to attend college . ., . Birthday, September 20. RICHARD BANKS . . . Birthday, August 31. DIANA BARRAGAN . . . Birthday, March 23. ELLEN JEAN BARTLETT . . . Stu- dent Council . . . A Cappella Choir . . . Managing Editor of the Budget . . . Plans to attend college and be- come a lawyer . . . Birthday, April 13. GARRY GENE BARTON . . . Track . . . Plans to attend a trade school . . . Birthday, April 30. GREGORY WILLIAM BACON . . . CWT . . . Plans to go on to college . . . Birthday, November 20. JULIE ANN BAINTER . . . Senior Leader . . . Reflector Stay? . . . Plans to go to a Business College . . . Birth- day, February 1. KENNY W. BAKER . . . Football . . . Baseball . . . Birthday. June 27. KATHY ILENE BARFIELD . . . DO Club . . . GSL . . . Concert Choir . . . Plans to become a Data Processer . . . Birthday, May 19. GARY D. BARKER . . . Band . . . Plans to join the Air Force . . . Birth- day, June 13. DEBRA ANN BARNES . . . Gadets . . . Senior Council . . . GSL . . . Plans to attend Carl Sandburg to study Accounting . . . Birthday, July 11. PATRICIA A. BECKMAN . . . CWT . . . Drama-Make-up . . . Plans to join the Navy, then become a teacher . . . Birthday, June 19. NANCY I. BEHRENS . . . CWT . . . Ofice Cadet . . . Plans on getting married . . . Birthday, March 1. LISA ANN BENNETT. . . GSL . . . Gadets . . . Ofice Cadet . . . Plans to attend college . . . Birthday, February 18. ALEXIS MARIE BERRY . . . Stage- call . . . Debate Squad . . . Senior Council . . . Plans on going to college . . . Birthday, March 2. LARRY ALLEN BICK . . . Plans include higher education . . . Birthday, June 1. JAMES FRED BILLETER . . . Latin Club . . . Boys Forum . . . Plans on attending Carl Sandburg, then becom- ing a Sports Writer or Sportscaster . . . Birthday, April 18. SANDRA JEAN BASS . . . GSL . . . Creative Writing Club . . . Plans to attend college and become a profes- sional writer . . . Birthday, June 10. SUSAN DIANE BEAN . . . Vice President of O0 . . . GSL . . . Ger- man Club . . . Plans to attend ISU and major in Business . . . Birthday, May 17. MILTON KURT BECKER . . . A Cappella Choir . . . D0 . . . Plans to major in Music and Aviation . . . Birthday, February 17. ROBERT BENNETT . . . Future plans include college at TCU . . . Birthday, August 8. KRIST IN BERG . . . Birthday, May 3. MARK BERNSTON . . . Birthday, September 24. BRUCE ALLEN BILLINGSLEY . . . Reflector Photographer . . . Track . . . Cross Country . . . Student Council . . . Future plans include college and professional photography . . . Birth- day, July 29. SCOTT BITCON . . . Football . . . Wrestling . . . Golf . . . Plans on going to college . . . Birthday, N0- vember 12. SHERRIE BIT T S . . . Birthday, June 18. NANCY JO BIVENS . . . Band Sec- retary . . . Jazz Band . . . A Cappella Choir . . . Plans to attend WIU to major in Music . . . Birthday, May 22. CAROL BLACK. . . CWT . . . GAA . . . Planning to get married . . . Birthday, September 8. DEBRA K. BLIGHTON . . . A Cap- pella Choir . . . German Club . . . GSL . . . Planning to attend the U of C at Santa Barbara to become a nurse . . . Birthday, December 16. JOHN P. BOWERS . . . Plans include Managership . . . Birthday, June 20. JULIE BOWERS . . . Birthday, Feb- ruary 2. ELLEN L. BOYDSTUN . . . Plans to attend college . . . Birthday, July 16. CHARLES A. BRANHAM . . . Auto Mechanic . . . Birthday, June 10. KATHY A. BROCK . . . Student Council . . . Gadets . . . French Club . . . Major in Biochemistry at Colo- rado State . . . Birthday, June 3. MARIAN L. BROOKMAN . . . Cam- pus Pride Organization . . . Nurse's Aid . . . Birthday, August 6. MELODY LYNN BLUCKER . . . A Cappella . . . Girls Ensemble . . . Interscholastic Sports . . . Future plans include college to major in Phy- sical Education . . . Birthday, Decem- ber 17. CHARLENE DENISE BLUST . . . Varsity Basketball Cheerleader . . . GSL Vice President . . . Streakettes . . . Plans to go into Accounting or major in Business . . . Birthday, March 30. JANE BOHAN . . .Artte Clubbe . . . Field Hockey . . . Student Council . . . Birthday, September 5. CATHERINE MARY BOYLSON . . . GSL . . . Spanish Club . . . Pep Club . . . A career in the field of Medicine . . . Birthday, October 3. ROBIN BRAND . . . Varsity Football Cheerleader . . . GSL . . . Pep Club . . . College plans . . . Birthday, May 13. KEVIN BRANDENBURG . . . Birthday, December 6. STEVEN E. BROWN . . . Band Vice President . . . A Cappella Choir Presi- dent . . . Vocal and Instrumental En- sembles . . . Endeavors include further study of Biology and Chemistry . . . Birthday, March 3. SUZANNE R. BRUGET . . . CWT . . . GSL . . . Entering the held of nursing . . . Birthday, March 1. ERIN BRUNTMEYER . . . Birthday, June 5. DAVID BUSSE . . . Birthday, No- vember 11. RANDY CAIN . . . Birthday, April 15. KENNETH WILLIAM CAMPER . . . Varsity Track . . . Varsity Football . . . G Club . . . College plans . . . Birthday, November 14. CHRISTINE ANN BROWN , . Plans to attend Junior College . . . Birthday, August 8. GUILBERT L. BROWN . . . Varsity Debate . . . College lies ahead . . . Birthday, December 9. MICHAEL CHARLES BROWN . . . CWT . . . Future includes work at Dick Blick or some large corporation . . . Birthday, June 9. MARY JO BRYAN . . . GSL . . . CWT . . . College plans . , . Birthday, August 20. SHEILA B. BUCKINGHAM . . . SAE . . . GSL . . . Plans to attend Bauder Fashion College . . . Birthday, January 28. DANIEL LEE BURNETT . . . DO . . . Plans to go into the United States gldiarine Corp . . . Birthday, November LAWRENCE DUANE CARLSON . . . Vice President of Gun Club . . . CWT . . . Stay with GMC . . . Birth- day, March 12. PAUL H. CARLSON . . . Auto Body work . . . Birthday, December 22. ANNE E. CARMAN . . . A Cappella Choir . . . Artte Clubbe . . . College . . . Birthday, January 15. CATHY LENN CARPENTER . . . Birthday, December 9. JEFFREY CARROLL . . . Birthday, July 7. ROGER G. CARTER . . . Plans in- clude construction and truck driving . . . Birthday, June 17. ' X, GREGORY P. CERVANTEZ . . . Plans to enter the field of Writing . . . Birthday, July 21. ROBERT L. CHADWICK . . . Sym- phonic Band . . . Jazz Band . . . Plans to attend Depauw University and major in pre-medicine . . . Birthday, November 29. CONNIE JO CHRISHOLM . . . Continue school for a degree in Cos- metology . . . Birthday, March 9. DWIGHT ALLEN CLARK . . . DO . . . Future plans are becoming a truck driver . . . Birthday, December 18. MARY LOUIS CLAY . . . Senior Council . . . GSL . . . GAA . . . Plans to become a LPN nurse . . . Birthday, December 15. MELINDA ELLEN CLAYTON . . . GSL . . . Pep Club . . . College . . . Birthday, July 3. PATRICIA CASSINI . . . Birthday, March 9. MARGARETT DIANE CAVES . . . Birthday, August 2. MARJORI ANNETTE CECIL . . Birthday, August 1. PENELOPE LYNN CHURCH . . . Future includes college . . . Birthday, August 24. RICKEY O. CHURCHWILL . . . Varsity Track . . . Pep Club . . . G Club . . . Future includes Carl Sandburg Jr. College . . . Birthday, August 19. GEORGE DEAN CISCO . . . Varsity Baseball . . . Boys Forum . . . CWT . . . Railroad . . . Birthday, August 9. ROBERT E. CLINE . . . College . . . Birthday, August 24. TERESA COBB . . . Plans include travel . . . Birthday, September 15. TERI LYNN COLLINSON . . . Plans to work with the Mentally Handicap- ped children . . . Birthday, February 23. CELICIA JANE COSTIN . . . CWT . . . Birthday, November 23. KERRY DAVID COX . . . Cross Country Co-Captain . . . Track . . . Plans on college . . . Birthday, April 3. MARK CRAIN . . . Cross Country . . . Track . . . A Cappella Choir . . . Future plans include college . . . Birthday, June 19. SHERRY A. CLEVENGER . , . GSL . . . CWT . . . Pep Club . . . College plans . . . Birthday, October 30. TELISA LYNN CLEVENGER . . . Co-Editor of Reflector . . . Vice Presi- dent of French Club . . . Swimming Team Manager . . . Career in Physical Therapy . . . Birthday, June 22. TONYA LEE CLEVENGER . . . Co-Editor of Reflector . . . Swimming Team . . . GSL . . . Future in the Fine Arts . . . Birthday, June 22. GIL COON . . . Birthday, July 26. TONI CONTRO . . . Vice President of Artte Clubbe . . . Budget Artist . . . Student Council . . . Plans to further education . . . Birthday, August 27. DIANE COOLEY . . . Birthday, Feb- ruary 25. wc,-H WESLEY A. CREEK . . . Football ...PepClub...DO...Future plans include college to become a Pro Football or Baseball player . . . Birth- day, February 25. HARRY JERAULD CRUUSE . . . D0 . . . French Club . . . Vocational Architecture . . . Plans on furthering education . . . Birthday, February 13. DAVID EUGENE CRUMP . . . A Cappella Choir . . . Reflector . . . Voc. Trades . . . Future plans include attending Illinois Wesleyan College and then the Air Force . . . Birthday, May 11. BARBARA SUSAN CUSHMAN . . . Reflector . . . GSL . . . Plans to go to the U of I to major in Pharmacy . . . Birthday, February 8. DEBBIE DAHL . . . CWT . . . Plans to go to college . . . Birthday, Septem- ber 21. JAMIE DA VIS . . . Birthday, July 27. GREGORY LEE DE JAYNES . . . Track . . . Football . . . G Club . . . Plans to join the Air Force . . . Birthday, December 6. KELLY DENLY . . . Birthday, De- cember 1. SANDRA K. DENLY . . . Gadets . . . Plans are to go to college and become a Nurse . . . Birthday, January 29. JUDITH R. DeWITT . . . Birthday, November 26. STAN DEVLIN . . . Plans on going to college . . . Birthday, January 10. LINDA DICKESON . . . Wamatosa . . . A Cappella Choir . . . NHS . . . Plans on going to Bradley or Drake University . . . Birthday, July 12. KAREN DAVIS . . . Artte Clubbe . . . GSL . . . A Cappella . . . Plans on attending Carl Sandburg . . . Birthday, May 5. KRISS DAVIS . . . A Cappella . . . Plans to study the art of Divinity at Eureka College and go into a related field . . . Birthday, December 31. DEBBIE DEETS . . . Swim Team . . . Streakettes . . . Track . . . Plans on going to college . . . Birthday, Decem- ber 15. LADONNA R. DePRENGER . . . A Cappella Choir . . . Plans on college . . . Birthday, January 22. MARY DePRINA . . . Lab Assistant . . . CWT . . . Plans on going to Carl Sandburg to become a registered nurse . . . Birthday, July 7. LISA D. DERRICK . . . Birthday, October 15. STEVEN DUNN . . . DO . . . Plans to attend college to become an Elec- tronic Technician . . . Birthday, May 25. CHARLES FRANCIS EIKER . . . Varsity Football . . .FFA . . . G Club . . . Plans on going to a Trade school . . . Birthday, February 26. KEITH DAVID EKISS . . . Plans on going to college . . . Birthday, Novem- ber 9. CATHERINE M. EVANS . . . NHS . . . Gadets . . . Student Council . . . Plans on going to college . . . Birth- day, June 16. PATRICIA LYNN EVANS . . . NHS . . . German Club . . . Plans on going to college . . . Birthday, January 9. DA VE EVERET T . . . Vocational Electronics . . . Plans on attending WIU or Black Hawk . . . Birthday, February 12. NANCY L. DOAN . . . CWT . . . Plans to get married . . . Birthday, September 1. CHERYL T. DOWNARD . . . GSL ...GAA...CWT...Plansto become a Beautician . . . Birthday, October I 4. TIMOTHY BRENT DUKE . . . Var- sity T rack . . . Work Program . . . Plans to attend college in Seattle . . . Birthday, December 8. JUDITH ERDMAN . . . Plans on attending college . . . Birthday, Au- gust 8. MARIE J. ERICKSON . . . Girls Ensemble . . . A Cappella Choir . . . NHS . . . Plans to attend Cottey Col- lege . . . Birthday, November 21. MITCHELL ERICSON . . . Birthday, January 6. IRVING FARLEY . . . Birthday, February 19. ROBERT F. FAULKNER . . . Cam- pus Pride Organization . . . Work Study Program . . . Factory work . . . Birthday, June 22. MARY FERRIS . . . Birthday, No- vember 5. JOHN F. FISCHER . . . Work Pro- gram . . . Plans to attend college . . . Birthday, November 12. JOSEPH FISHER . . . Campus Pride Organization . . . Work Study Pro- gram . . . Factory Work . . . Birthday, May 25. JODY ANN FLATER . . . A Cap- pella Choir . . . Band . . . Artte Clubbe . . . Plans to attend college to major in Music . . . Birthday, Decem- ber 23. JODI LYNNE FRIEND . . . Inter- scholastic Sports . . . Pep Club . . . CWT . . . Plans to attend college . . . Birthday, June 12. GAYLE SUSAN FRYMIRE . . . A Cappella Choir . . . Artte Clubbe . . . Drama Club . . . Future ambition is to become an artist . . . Birthday, July 3. JOANIE GARRETT . . . Plans to attend college . . . Birthday, Decem- ber 8. MARY GIBBONS . . . Birthday, February 12. MARGO GIFFWORD . . . Birthday, May 28. JANINE GLASS . . . GAA . . .Pep Club . . . French Club . . . Plans to attend college . . . Birthday, December 17. THEODORE W. FLINT . . . Chair- man of the Commencement Exercises . . . Senior Council . . . Chemistry Lab Assistant . . . Plans to attend college to major in Natural Science: . . . Birthday, May 30. JAMES DEAN FOSTER . . . Vice President of Boys Forum . . . Basket- ball . . . Baseball . . . Plans to attend college or Trade school . . . Birthday, November 27. STEPHEN HAROLD FOSTER . . . Varsity Tennis . . . Intramural Basket- ball . . . Baseball . . . Carpenter work . . . Birthday, September 22. Q' Si STEPHEN JOSEPH GA TLIN . . . Basketball . . . Attend a Jr. College . . . Birthday, January 15. GAYLE LYNN GERSTENBERGER ...French Club . . . GSL . . . Lab Assistant . . . Future includes college . . . Birthday, April 2. CYNTHIA KAY GETZ . . . Stage Call . . . GSL . . . Senior Leader . . . Birthday, March 26. CATHERINE A. GOUDIE . . . Attend college . . . Birthday, March 21. JOHN CHARLES GOULD . . . Au- dio-Visual Assistant . . . German Club . . . College . . . Birthday, Octo- ber 18. SUSAN DEE GREER . . . Varsity Basketball Cheerleader . . . GSL Sec- retary . . . Spanish Honor Society . . . Plans to attend college and major in nursing or psychology . . . Birthday. November 13. LARRY GUTIERREZ . . . Birthday, August I0. JAMES M. HAGGE . . . Varsity Football . . . Baseball . . . Youth and Government . . . College . . . Birth- day, September 17. JOHN E. HALL . . . Wrestling . . . Football . . . Plans to attend Cornell College or University of Iowa . . . Birthday, August 19. MARY ANN GLAS . . . Travel . . . Birthday, December 18. JULIA I. GODSIL . . . GSL . . . Plans to attend college and go into Data Processing or Accounting . . . Birthday, January 20. MARK R. GODSIL . . . Birthday, March 16. RICHARD E. GUENTHER . . . CWT . . . Welding . . . Birthday, Jan- uary 9. JAMES A. GUMM . . . FFA . . . Gun Club . . . Plans to go into Ag- riculture . . . Birthday, April 15. DAVID ANTHONY GUTIERREZ . . . Artte Clubbe . . . A Cappella . . . SAE . . . Plans to become an art teacher . . . Birthday, August 10. KEVIN HALL . . . Birthday, Decem- ber 2. RANDY HALL . . . Birthday, Decem- ber 29. REGINALD HALL . . . Birthday, October 19. ROBERT HALL . . . Future includes College or a Business school . . . Birthday, January 23. JOHN J. HANLON . . . Varsity Cross Country Co-Captain . . . Varsity Track . . . Budget . . . Attend college and major in communications . . . Birthday, June 14. MARK PAUL HANNAM . . . Band . . . College . . . Birthday, October 10. LINDA LEE HARRIS . . . Youth and Government . . . German Club . . . NHS . . . College out of state . . . Birthday, January 30. TINA M. HARRISON . . . GSL . . . CWT . . . GAA . . . Birthday, Sep- tember 20. SCOTT A. HARTMAN . . , Voca- jonal School . . . Birthday, December PHIL HEADLEY . . . Varsity Foot- ball . . . Varsity Track . . . College in the future . . . Birthday, November 30. JAMES W. HEATON . . . Varsity Wrestling . . . Varsity Football . . . Vocational Auto Mechanics . . . Plans for college . . . Birthday, August 24. SHEILA JOAN HEDDEN . . . GSL . . . GAA . . . Nursing school . . . Birthday, November 3. -1l4i4R?TY HANSEN . . . Birthday, uy . MICHAEL W. HAPTONSTAHL . . . Varsity Cross Country . . . Varsity Track . . . Soccer Club . . . Attend ISU and major in History or Mathe- matics . . . Birthday, November 23. MICKEY HARDING . . . College or Trade school for Refrigeration . . . Birthday, October 4. MICHAEL D. HASSELBACHER . . . CWT . . . Plans to attend college . . . Birthday, December 21. PERRY MICHAEL HAYES . . . Varsity Basketball . . . Treasurer of Boys Forum . . . Plans include college . . .Birthday, February 19, DA VID HAYS . . . College . . . Birth- day, August 23. MICHAEL ALLEN HENDRICKS . . . Varsity Football . . . G Club . . . Birthday, December 14. PATRICIA ANN HENDRICKS . . . GSL . . . A Cappella . . . Senior Leader . . . Nurses' Training . . . Birthday, January 18. ROGER A. HENDRICKS . . . A Cappella Choir . . . Senior Council . . . College plans . . . Birthday, Octo- ber 25. LAURA HENNING . . . Varsity Football Cheerleader . . . Senior Council . . . GSL . . . Plans on furthering education . . . Birthday, October 24. BOBBY JO HENRY . . . NHS . . . Spanish Honor Society . . . Plans on college . . . Birthday, May 17. LUANN HENSHILWOOD . . . FHA . . . Girls Chorus . . . Plans on attend- ing Carl Sandburg or Knox College . . . Birthday, April 8. KARL HEMMER . . . Birthday, April 15. ROBERT THOMAS HEMMING . . . A Cappella Choir . . . Plans to attend University of Wisconsin at Stevens Point . . . Birthday, July 13. DORIS KAY HENDERSON . . . GSL . . . Wrestlerette . . . Pep Club . . . Dental Assistant . . . Birtl1day, October 25. LOUIS D. HENNENFENT . . . Var- sity Football . . . FFA . . . G Club Plans on going to college . . . Birth- day, December 9. PATRICK EARL HENNENFENT . . . FFA . . . Plans to go into farming . . . Birthday, September 9 RON HENNESS . . . Birthday, No- vember 19. LCEX-SHEPNER . . . Birthday, Decem- er 2 . DEE ANN HERRING . . . Birthday, October 26. SHERRIE ANN HERTENSTEIN . . . Senior Class President . . . Vice Presi- dent of AFS . . . Swim Team . . . Future plans include college . . . Birth- day, April 1. CHERYL JO HEWITT . . . College . . . Birthday, January 10. TERESA HILTON . . .Birthday, May 10. STARR LYNN HIX . . . Gadets . . . GSL . . . GAA . . . Plans on becom- ing a Nursery School teacher and getting married . . . Birthday, July 23. WILLIAM E. HOLCOMB . . . Varsity Baseball . . . G Club . . . Birthday, March 1. DANIEL W. HOLLAND . . . College . . . Birthday, August 12. JOAN MARIE HOLT . . . Gadets . . . Student Council . . . Homecoming Queen Candidate . . . Future includes college and a major in Physical Ther- apy . . . Birthday, March 9. SHERAN HORKST ROM . . . Birth- day, February 9. GUY HORN . . .Future plans include Carl Sandburg College . . . Birthday, April 3. BILL F. HOTTINGER . . . Track ...Cross Country ...G Club... Plans on becoming a professional mu- sician . . . Birthday, December 28. JANICE HIXON . . . GSL . . . Pep Club . . . Latin Club . . . Future plans include marriage and college to major in Business . . . Birthday, De- cember 10. JACQUELYN L. HODGE . . . DE . . . Girls Chorus . . . Plans on going to college and becoming a nurse in the ROTC . . . Birthday, August 18. JUDITH K. HOGAN . . . GSL . . . Band . . . Future includes attending Carl Sandburg College . . . Birthday, April 25. JOHN WILLIAM HOOSEN . . . FFA reporter . . . Secretary-Treasurer In- dustrial Arts Club . . . Gun Club . . . Future plans include becoming a Farmer and Welder . . . Birthday, July 4. JOE HORANEY . . . Birthday, April 24. PATRICIA ANN HORANEY . . . GSL . . . 00 . . . Senior Council . . . Plans on going to college to major in Business and joining the Peace Corps . . . Birthday, April 24. DANA J. HUMES . . . Varsity Foot- ball Cheerleader . . . Student Council . . . Vice President of Stage Call. . . College with a major in Art or Drama . . . Birthday, February 3. RICHARD LEE HUMES . . . Varsity Baseball . . . A Cappella Choir . . . Swing Choir . . . Future plans include attending a college in Illinois . . . Birthday, February 24. LAURA ANN HURST . . . Gadets . . . A Cappella Choir . . . Student Council . . . College . . . Birthday, September 4. TERI JELLIES . . . Plans on attend- ing college and majoring in Special Education . . . Birthday, August 30. BECKY LYNN JOHNSON . . . Artte Clubbe . . . Pep Club . . . College to major in Art . . . Birthday, March 9. BRADLEY A. JOHNSON . . . Plans on entering the ,field of Business . . . Birthday, October 18. RUELLENE J. HOWERTON . . . A Cappella Choir . . . Girls Ensemble . . . AFS . . . Plans on college to become a nurse . . . Birthday, June 24. DALE A.HOYLE . . .FFA . . .Gun Club . . . Future plans include Agri- culture or becoming a Carpenter . . . Birthday, April 23. JAY HUFF . . . Birthday, January 29. PAMELA JILL HURSTROM . . .OO . . . Birthday, November 3. MARTHA SUE HUTCHINS . . . French Club . . . Reflector . . . Bud- get . . . Birthday, August 14. IRMA INTERIAL . . . Future plans include a junior college . . . Birthday, April 3. GREG RAY JOHNSON . . . A Cap- pella Choir . . . Varsity Baseball . . . Varsity Basketball . . . Future includes college . . . Birthday, October 19. JANE JOHNSON . . . President of Artte Clubbe . . . Gadets . . . College . . . Birthday, June 1. JENNIFER SUE JOHNSON . . . Interscholastic Badminton . . . Senior Council . . . GAA . . . Knox College . . . Birthday, September 1. JOHN R. JOHNSON . . . Marching Band . . . Pep Band . . . Concert Band . . . Plans on attending Morrison Tech. Institute to become an Architect . . . Birthday, April 27. RANDI LYNN JOHNSON . . . OO . . . College . . . Birthday, Marclz 2. TIM JOHNSON . . . Birthday, Sep- tember 27 . WILLIAM VINCENT JONES . . . Birthday, June 6. BRENDA JOYNER . . . Girls Track Team . . . college lies ahead . . . Birthday, August 13. ROBERT A. KALIN . . . Wrestling . . . Voc. Welding . . . Future plans include working on the Alaskan Pipe line . . . Birthday, August 17. KIM ELAINE KELLY . . . Gadets . . . GAA ...Pep Club... Future plans include college and a career in Secondary Education . . . Birthday, May 22. KATHY MELINDA KEMP . . . Future includes being an advanced chiropractic assistant . . . Birthday, December 10. C. DOUGLAS KENNEDY . . . Wrest- ling . . . Trade School . . . Birthday, August 20. STANLEY CHARLES JOHNSON . . . Plans on attending the St. Louis College of Pharmacy . . . Birthday, February 8. CHUCK JONES . . . Birthday, August 5. DONNA JONES . . . Birthday, April 21. LAURA KAMP . . . Birthday, Jan- uary 23. MELODY SUE KANE . . . Future plans include leading a happily mar- ried Iife . . . Birthday, November 11. CATHERINE JEAN KARLOVICH . . . German Club . . . Plans include attending Western to major in Veter- inary Medicine . . . Birthday, Febru- ary 11. KONNIE KIMBALL . . . Birthday, October 3. SCOTT KIMBLE . . . Varsity Base- ball . . . College lies ahead . . . Birth- day, November 9. DALE M. KING . . . Intramural Basketball . . . Plans include working for railroad and motorcycle mechanics . . . Birthday, December 7. t MARGARET SUE KNOTT . . . GAA . . . Intersclzolastic Sports . . . GSL . . . College lies ahead . . . Birthday, August 10. ANN MARIE KOONS . . . Gadets . . . Homecoming Queen Candidate . . . Senior Council . . . College . . . Birthday, September 7. CURTIS JAY KRAMER . . . Varsity Tennis . . . College to go into Law Enforcement . . . Birthday, December 5. MARK E. KENNEDY . . . President of NHS . . . Varsity Swimming . . . President of Interclub . . . Future plans include attending U of I to enter the field of Engineering . . . Birthday, August 14. KIM LYNETTE KILGORE . . . Pep Club . . . GAA . . . Spanish Club . . . Future plans include going into Fash- ion Merchandising . . . Birthday, Sep- tember 7. NANCY KAYE KILGORE . . . Senior Council . . . GSL . . . OO . . . Plans include attending college and joining the Peace Corps . . . Birthday, March 9. JEANNE KISLER . . . Senior Coun- cil . . . GSL . . . Future plans include college to major in Business . . . Birthday, November 2. WILLIAM E. KLAPP . . . Varsity Golf . . . G Club . . .Boys Forum . .. Plans on attending Marquette or ISU . . . Birthday, September 10. PATRICIA ANN KNAPP . . . Presi- dent of GSL . . . Ponie Football and Basketball Cheerleading Coach . . . NHS . . . Future plans include attend- ing ISU and majoring in Elementary Education . . . Birthday, March 20. DON KRAUL . . . Birthday, May 28. KEVIN KRISHER . . . Birthday, September 28. MARY R. KRUPPS . . . GSL . . . Pollution Solution . . . Birthday, Feb- ruary 15. JAMES KUBIS . . . G Club . . . Varsity Track . . . Boys Forum . . . College lies ahead . . . Birthday, May 30. ANITA E. KUKUK . . .Artte Clubbe . . . Reflector . . . German Club . . . Travel and then attending college to major in Business or Art . . Birth- day, July 2. DA VID ROSS KUSTER . . . Future plans include Carl Sandburg and enter the field of Education . . . Birthday, September 19. KENNETH JOHN LARSON . . . Spanish Honor Society . . . NHS . . . College plans at Bob Jones University . . . Birthday, June 1. MARY ELLEN E. LAWSON . . . Birthday, October 31. JOYCE ELAINE LEATH . . . Band . . . SAE . . . Plans to attend college and major in Special Education . . . Birthday, March 15. GERALDINE LESTER . . . A Cap- pella Choir . . . French Club . . . BBI . . . Plans to go into the Navy . . , Birthday, November 10. JEFF LINDBERG . . . Birthday, April 15. ELLEN LINE . . . Birthday, January 12. THOMAS ERNE LACY . . . Latin Club . . . Boys Forum . . . Senior Council . . . Plans on attending ISU . . . Birthday, November 18. STEPHEN MARK LAKIS . . . Junior Council . . . Spanish Club . . . College . . . Birthday, October 3. SHELDON LAMPSON . . . Birthday, October 1. ROBERT LEE . . . Birthday, Septem- ber 13. RACHAEL LEONARD . . . Plans to go into the medical field . . . Birthday, July 16. CLARA J. LEPARD . . . Plans in- clude Junior Business College and marriage . . . Birthday, December 27. MARY D. LOHMAR . . . Artte Clubbe . . . Thespians Secretary . . . Pasteur Society . . . Plans to attend college and major in psychology . , . Birthday, November 5. JIM LONGCOR . . . College lies ahead . . . Birthday, August 23. LYNNE RUTH LOUDERMAN . . . Interscholastic Sports . . . A Cappella Choir . . . Pep Club . . . Plans to attend college . . . Birthday, October 9. JANICE MACIEL . . . Birthday, November 1. THERESA MARIE MACKEY . . . Varsity Basketball Cheerleader . . . Streakettes . . . President of 00 , . . College plans . . . Birthday, Novem- ber 23. DEBBIE JAYNE MACKIE . . . 00 . . . GSL . . . French Club . . . Birth- day, May 20. KATHERINE M. LISKA . . . College lies ahead . . . Birthday, June 14. PAMELA MARIE LITTLEFIELD ,..GSL...CWT...Planson be- coming a registered nurse . . . Birth- day, December 22. THCMAS R. LOGSDON . . . FFA . . . Pasteur Society . . . Spanish Club . . . IWU . . . Birthday, September 26. ANNETTE LUNA . . . NHS . . . Pasteur Society . . . Spanish Honor Society . . . College . . . Birthday, January 13. RANDY PHILLIP LYTLE . . . A Cappella Choir . . . Artte Clubbe . . . Singing Streaks . . . Future plans in- clude college . . . Birthday, January 29. SUE MACARI . . . Birthday, June 27. CYNTHIA MADDRELL . . . Birth- day, February 2. ROBIN SHARLESE MADWIG . . . Plans to go into the field of Cosmolo- logy . . . Birthday, January 8. DAVE MAKEEVER . . . Birthday, September 10. REBECCA ANN MANGIERI . . . DO . . . Travel . . . Birthday, Febru- ary 4. KRISTINE M. MARKHAM . . . Varsity Football Cheerleader . . . Homecoming Queen Candidate . . . Treasurer of GSL . . . Future plans include Physical Therapy . . . Birth- day, September 13. JAMES VAUGHN MARSHALL . . . College lies ahead . . . Birthday, May 17. TERRY L. MARTIN . . . Future plans include working on the railroad . . . Birthday, October 12. MELODY MASSINGILL . . . Plans on attending ISU to study Special Education . . . Birthday, March I. BRIAN MASON . . . Birthday, Feb- ruary 9. TIM McCALEB . . . Varsity Wrest- ling . . . Varsity Swimming . . . Forestry and Conservation . . . Birth- day, May 17. RICK McCARTHY . . . Birthday, December 1. LISA ANN McCRACKEN . . . Var- sity Basketball Cheerleader . . . Streakettes . . . GSL . . . Carl Sand- bgrg College . . . Birthday, October MARIE MARSHALL . . . Artte Clubbe . . . Plans on going into the Air Force as a Computer Programmer . . . Birthday, September 17. CHARLES MONTGOMERY MAR- TIN...PepClub...FFA... Intramurals . . . Plans to enter Law Enforcement at Carl Sandburg . . . Birthday, July 1. JOSEPH PAUL MARTIN . . . Wrest- ling . . . Concert Choir . . . Pep Club . . . Plans to attend USC or a Bible College . . . Birthday, December I0. TONY M. MASON . . . Basketball . . . Future plans include joining the Armed Forces or furthering education . . . Birthday, April 28. G. PHILIP MAXEY . . . Swimming . . . Drama . . , Debate . . . Plans on attending Notre Dame to major in Political Science . . . Birthday, Au- gust 31. DAVE MAXWELL . . . Birthday, March 12. DALE R. McKILLlP . . . Varsity Football . . . Varsity Wrestling . . . Varsity Baseball . . . Future plans include college and then becoming a coach . . . Birthday, December 14. MARY ELIZABETH MCKILLIP . . . French Club . . . GSL . . . Future plans include college to become an elementary school teacher . . . Birth- day, February 4. MATT MCKOWN . . . CWT . . . Plans include Yale and on into the Travel business . . . Birthday, August 21. JAY SCUTT MELLENTIN . . . Youth and Government . . . Pasteur Society . . . Lab Assistant . . . Attend U of I to enter the field of Veterinary Medicine . . . Birthday, April I. JOYCE FAYE MELTON . . . Work . . . Birthday, August 21. KAREN MELTON . . . Birthday, February I. CHARLES MCDORMAN . . . Birth- day, October 30. MARGARET T. MCELLEN . . . CWT . . . Birthday, June 12. THERESA McKAY . . . Girls Inter- scholastic Sports . . . GAA . . . SAE . . . College lies ahead . . . Birthday, July 23. JULIE DIANE MCNAUGHT . . Streakettes . . . Airline School . . Birthday, November 8. KEVIN CLARK MCOLGAN . . . Band President . . . Jazz Band . . . Singing Streaks . . . College to major in Music Education . . . Birthday, October 31. KATHRYN L. MEEKER . . . PAC . . . Future plans include college to major in Home Economics . . . Birth- day, October 23 . KIM MELTON . . . Birthday, Sep- tember 10. SHARON MELTON . . . Interscho- lastic Softball . . . GAA . . . College . . . Birthday, February 1. JOY ELLINE MENDEZ . . . OO . . . Pep Club . . . Carl Sandburg College . . . Birthday, November 25. GREGORY MENDREK . . . G Club . . . Varsity Track . . . College lies ahead . . . Birthday, July 25. PEGGY MIDDAUGH . . . Birthday, August 2. ANITA FAYLENE MILLARD . . . CWT . . . Future plans include travel- ing to California and then on to college . . . Birthday, February I. RHONDA SUE MITCHELL . . . GSL . . . Work Program . . . Future plans include college with a major in Business . . . Birthday, April 24. CRYSTAL MIXON . . . Birthday, August 30. MICHAEL L. MONTGOMERY . . . DO . . . Voc. Auto Shop . . . Birth- day, August 20. CARY LEE MORGAN . . . President of Boys Forum . . . Varsity Basketball . . . Track . . . College . . . Birthday, February 5. SUE MORRIS. . . Birthday, April 10. iT EVE MORSS . . . Birtl1day, Octo- er 7. CHARLES MILLER . . . CWT . . . Plans to enter the salesmanship brac- kett . . . Birthday, June 6. STEVE MILLER . . . Birthday, Octo- ber 16. PATRICK MILLIGAN . . . Birthday, December 27. ROLAND MONZO . . . Birthday, August 12. TERRI SUE MOORE . . . Pep Club . . . Girls Chorus . . . DO , . . Plan- ning on becoming a Journalist . . . Birthday, May 15. ROBERT PAUL MORAN . . . CWT . . . French Club . . . Future plans include a junior college and then on into the Police Force . . . Birthday, October 10. DURK EMERSON MULLIN . . . Varsity Basketball , . . Plans on con- tinuing education . . . Birthday, De- cember 9. BRUNDA LYNN MUMMEY . . . GAA . . . GSL . . . Girls Chorus. . . College . . . Birthday, March 17. REBECCA L. MURRAY . . . CWT . . . GAA . . . College lies ahead . . . Birthday, June 8. BRADLEY A. NELSON . . . Varsity Golf . . . German Club . . . College . . . Birthday, August 7. BRUCE PAUL NELSON . . . Varsity Track . . . A Cappella Choir . . . Plans to continue Emergency Rescue Training and become a para-medic . . . Birthday, July 7. CATHY LYNN NELSON , . . Varsity Basketball Cheerleader . . . GSL . . . German Club . . . Plans to continue education . . . Birthday, February 13. :Q B CAROL LYNN MUELLER . . . GSL . . . Girls Interscholastic Sports . . . Vice President of Girls Sports . . . College lies ahead . . . Birthday, November 15. DOLORES L. MUELLER . . . Band . . . Spanish Honor Society . . .Stage- call . . . Future plans include attend- ing Western to major in Music . . . Birthday, July 18. JANET MUELLER . . . Badminton . . . Tennis . . . Future plans include a Secretary career . . . Birthday, No- vember 15. MARY ELIZABETH MURRAY . . . German Club . . . ISU . . . Birthday, August 4. ROSEMARIE ANN NACHE . . . Spanish Honor Society . . . GSL . . . Carl Sandburg School of Cosmetology . . . Birthday, November 23. WANDA J. NALLEY . . . Hopes to teach Elementary Education . . . Birthday, November 10. DANA LYNN NELSON . . . GSL ...PepClub...DO...Future plans include becoming a Nurse . . . Birthday, July 23. DEBRA NELSON . . . GSL . . . Senior Council . . . College . . . Birth- day, August 11. STEVEN J. NELSON . . . Radio Club . . . Industrial Arts Club . . . Vocational Electronics . . . Plans on attending DeVry Institute of Elec- Zronics in Texas . . . Birthday, Octo- er 1. SCOTT ALLAN NEMETH . . . Plans to further education . . . Birth- day, September 26. STEVEN NEMETH . . . Vice Presi- dent of Senior Council . . . Sports Editor of Budget . . . President of Soccer Club . . . College . . . Birth- day, July 1. CHRISTINE REBECCA NICHOLAS . . . Campus Pride Organization . . . Future plans include becoming a' Veterinarian . . . Birthday, March 31. BETSY NORTH . . . Drama . . . Reflector . . . Future plans include traveling to Switzerland and college this Fall . . . Birthday, April 22. RODNEY ARTHUR NYMAN . . . Cross Country . . .A Cappella Choir . . . College . . . Birthday, August 12. TERESA M. O'CONNOR . . . Ponie Football Cheerleading Coach . . . Tennis Team . . . GSL . . . Plans on attending Eastern . . . Birthday, July 8. SARA SUE OSBORNE . . . Plans on becoming an Airline Stewardess . . . Birthday, August 31. ROBIN LEE oWEN . . . Varsity Golf . . . Reflector . . . Senior Council . . . Future plans include becoming an Architect . . . Birthday, December 12. JAY WALTER PACY . . . Varsity Manager . . . G Club . . . College lies ahead with plans for becoming a lawyer . . . Birthday, November 10. KIMBERLY ANN NICHOLS . . . GSL . . . A Cappella . . . Travel then on to Northern Illinois . . . Birthday, June 28. JOEL D. NOE . . . Football . . . Wrestling . . . G Club . . . College lies ahead to play Football and Wres- tle . . . Birthday, March 18. TERRY LEE NOLAN . . . Baseball . . . Ecology Club . . . Birthday, November 13. DAVID L. OLCOTT . . . Plans in- clude college to major in Accounting and then into Business . . . Birthday, June 5. SUSAN JANE OLSON . . . Band . . . A Cappella Choir . . . Streakettes . . . Plans to attend ISU . . . Birthday, July 2. JOHN ORTERY . . . Birthday, Sep- tember 21. JANE PARKER . . . Reflector Senior Editor . . . GSL . . . Tennis Team . . . Future plans include college . . . Birthday, July 29. ANTHONY D. PATTERSON . . . Varsity Wrestling . . . G Club . . . Industrial Arts Club . . . Future plans include college and the field of Electronic Engineering . . . Birthday, December 6. LISA ANNE PEARSON . . . AFS exchange student and President . . . Treasurer of Senior Class . . . Vice President of NHS . . . U of I . . . Birthday, September 27. MARK M. PETERSEN . . . NHS. . . Baseball . . . Future plans include college . . . Birthday, December 5. CAROL PETERSON . . . A Cappella Choir . . . Girls Ensemble . . . Swing Choir . . . College lies ahead . . . Birthday, September 13. CHARLES D. PETERSON . College . . . Birthday, July 17. MIKE PACHECO . . . Birthday, August 26. MARY L. PARK ...GSL . . . Reflector . . . Plans on a Nursing career . . . Birthday, August 9. R. CRAIG PARKER . . . Varsity Football . . . Varsity Baseball . . . President of G Club . . . College lies ahead . . . Birthday, January 4. ' STEVE PEARSON . . . Birthday, August 27. BILLY PEDIGO . . . Birthday, Oc- tober 21. WILLIAM D. PETENTLER . . . CWT . . . Future plans include college and later going into Law Enforcement . . . Birthday, June 25. DENNIS J. PETERSON . . . Plans on attending Carl Sandburg College . . . Birthday, September 28. JAMES PETERSON . . . Birthday, February 2. GLORIA PETTIT . . . Birthday, Oc- tober 16. JEFFREY S. PIERCE . . . Future includes Trade School . , . Birthday, February 2. ROGER ALAN PILLSBURY . . . Treasurer of A Cappella Choir . . . Varsity Tennis . . . Varsity Football . . . College . . . Birthday, May 2. RONALD WHEELER PILLSBURY . . . Varsity G Club . . . Varsity Foot- ball . . . Youth and Government . . . College . . . Birthday, May 2. PATRICK MICHAEL POLILLO . . . Cross Country . . . Future plans in- clude attending ISU . . . Birthday, January 1. ANNETTE GALE POOL . . . CWT . . . Plans on becoming a Radiologic Technologist . . . Birthday, April 26. GREGORY W. POPLETT . . . Var- sity Football . . . Varsity Track . . . College . . . Birthday, November 3. SHAWN PRITCHARD . . . Birthday, May 9. DEBRA JEAN RABENORT . . . Marching Band . . . Concert Band . . . Future plans include college to become an Elementary teacher . . . Birthday, February 27. ROBERT REAMS . . . Birtlzday, March 4. PAMELA S. POLLARD . . . French Club . . . College lies ahead . . . Birthday, April 3. JOHN CARL POLILLO . . . Varsity Track . . . Vice President of Soccer Club . . . Vice President of G Club . . . College . . . Birthday, March 16. MATTHEW C. POLILLO . . . DO . . . Voc. Auto Mechanics . . . Plans to travel . . . Birthday, December 31. KENNETH N. POTTS . . . Future plans include college to receive a Bachelor of Science Degree in Phar- macy . . . Birthday, July 8. TIM PRIDGEON . . . Birthday, August 7. CAROL PRIEST . . . Ponie Football Cheerleader . . . 00 . . . A Cappella Choir . . . Future plans include Busi- ness school . . . Birthday, November 1. KATHLEEN REED . . . German Club . . . Reflector . . . College . . . Birthday, May 8. DANIEL G. REEDER . . . FFA . . . Plans to attend Iowa State University . . . Birthday, February 26. SUSAN REES . . . OO . . . Plans to major in Business . . . Birthday, Au- gust 26. DAVID EUGENE RHODES . . . Varsity Football . . . G Club . . . Future plans include attending Gramb- ling College . . . Birthday, June 25. JOHN B. RICE . . . Stagecall . . . Plans to attend the University of Ari- zona and major in radio and television . . . Birthday, December 10. DEBRA RICKORDS . . . German Club . . . GSL . . .College . . . Birthday, October 20. THOMAS P. REDINGTON . . . Vice President of Student Council . . . Birthday, February 14. CAROLE JANETTE REAGOR . . . Plans to open a Riding Academy after attending college . . . Birthday, Feb- ruary 22. JAMES EDWIN REED . . . Artte Clubbe . . . Pasteur Society . . . Reflector . . . College lies ahead . . . Birthday, July 8. SUSAN REEVES . . . Birthday, Oc- tober 22. SAM RESCINETO . . . Baseball . . . G Club . . . Birthday, April 2. ROGER REYNOLDS . . . College . . . Birthday, April 10. KATHRYN ROBERTS . . . Birthday, April 16. TERESA ROBERTS . . . Birthday, June 19. ALAN DAVID ROGERS . . . Track . . . Future plans include college to major in Record Keeping . . . Birth- day, April 18. CATHY JEAN ROSENBERRY . . . Track . . . Latin Club . . . CWT . . . College . . . Birthday, May 23. J. STEVEN ROSS. . . Gun Club . . . Future plans include attending Carl Sandburg and then going into Ac- counting at Western . . . Birthday, June 15. SHERRY ROSSI . . . Birthday, Oc- tober 25. REBECCA RUTH SANDBORG . . . Latin Club . . .NHS . . . A Cappella Choir . . . College . . . Birthday, December 14. JOE SANDOVAL . . . Birthday, June 10. BEVERLY DIANE SAPP . . . D0 . . . Pep Club . . . Plans to enter a Fashion College and become an In- terior Decorator . . . Birthday, Feb- ruary 14. CYNTHIA J. SAUTER . . . Work Program . . . Plans to get married . . . Birthday, February 24. KIM MARIE SAVIDGE . . . Varsity Debate . . . Ponie Football Cheer- leader . . . Spanish Club . . . College lies ahead . . . Birthday, December 31. ROGER GLENN SCHRODT . . . FFA . . . Plans for college . . . Birth- day, December 7. BRIAN JOHN RUBIN . . . Wrestling ...Band...Track...College... Birthday, January 6. PAULA RUPERT . . . Birthday, Au- gust 9. GARY SAND . . . Birthday, June 3. KATHY SAPP . . . Birthday, October 30. SARA LIZBETH SARGEANT . . . Band . . . A Cappella Choir . . . Triple Trio Ensemble . . . Plans to attend WIU . . . Birthday, August 19. GREGORY BRUCE SAUL . . . Wrestling . . . A Cappella Choir . . . Tennis . . . Plans to join the Armed Forces . . . Birthday, September 13. NANCY RAE SEDLACEK . . . A Cappella Choir . . . CWT . . . Future plans include further work in Fashion and a later study of Probation . . . Birthday, August 30. ROBIN ROSE SELFRIDGE . . . Future plans include travel . . . Birth- day, December 18. CARL A. SELSER ...DO . . . College plans to become an Interior Decorator . . . Birthday, May 10. ROBIN R. SHOWALTER . . . CWT . . . GSL . . . Future plans include marriage . . . Birthday, August 11, MARY SHUMARD . . . Birthday, February 12. MELONY DEE SHUMARD . . . A Cappella Choir . . . Volleyball . . . Basketball . . . Plans on going to Western to major in Medicine . . . Birthday, November 2. RONALD G. SCHRODT . . . Plans to major in Accounting . . . Birthday, July 29. JERI LE SCOTT . . . Senior Leader . . . Sophomore Council . . . Junior Council . . . Plans to attend Knox . . . Birthday, June 8. DEBORAH LYNN SCUDDER . . Birthday, October 21. CONNIE LYNN SEVERNS . . . Reflector . . . Pep Club . . . Stagecall . . . Plans to have a career in Nursing or a major in Theatre . . . Birthday, March 20. MARY ELIZABETH SHAW . . . Girls Chorus . . . Future studies in- clude Physical Therapy . . . Birthday, September 27. RICK SHEA . . . Birthday, November 14. ROY O. SIMKINS . . . Intramurals . . . Pep Club . . . Budget . . . Future plans include college to major in Music . . . Birthday, January 31. CYNTHIA LORRAINE SIMMER . . . Thespians . . .A Cappella Choir . . . Band . . . Future plans include becoming a Veterinary Medical Technician . . . Birthday, October 17. MARK T. SIMPSON . . . Plans on furthering education . . . Birthday, September 1. 42 l JAMES W. SMITH . . . D0 . . . Birthday, September 23. JEFF L. SMITH . . . Football . . . Track . . . Industrial Arts Club . . . Plans on going into the Marine Corps . . . Birthday, September 18. MOLLY ELIZABETH SMITH . . . Birthday, April 24. BARBARA AMY SOUTHWICK . . . College plans to study Fashion De- signing . . . Birthday, June 12. CONNIE J. SPINKS . . . Varsity Football . . . Varsity Wrestling . . . Track . . . College . . . Birthday, October 27. MICHAEL DEAN STANDARD . . . College lies ahead . . . Birthday, Feb- ruary 10. JOHN STECK . . . Birthday, August 8. LAURA E. STEVENS . . . Reflector Copy Co-Editor . . . A Cappella Choir . . . Girls Ensemble . . . Future plans include attending the University of Kansas to major in Journalism . . . Birthday, March 18. LORI SUE STEWART . . . German Club . . .CWT. . .GSL . . Plans include traveling in Europe . . . Birth- day, January II. JANET SOPER . . . College lies ahead .... Birthday, October 9. JAMES A. SOTROP . . . Debate . . . Stagecall . . . NHS . College . . . Birthday, February 27. BRIGIT SOUBROUILLARD . . . AFS . . . Artte Clubbe . . . Youth and Government . . . Future plans include college to become a Journalist and to study Politics . . . Birthday, July 20. STEVE STANLEY . . . Birthday, August 16. JOHN STANSBURY . . . Birthday, October 28. DEAN ALLEN STECK . . . FFA . . . Varsity Football . . . Future plans include Farming . . . Birthday, November 8. PAMELA STOUT . . . OO . . .Plans to travel . . . Birthday, January 11. COLLEEN DEE STRANGER . . . Treasurer of OO . . . Future plans include college and entering the field of Business . . . Birthday, December 3. HARRY STRIPE . . . Birthday, Au- gust 14. JEFFREY BEN SWANSON . . . President of FFA . . . Industrial Arts Club . . . Carl Sandburg College and Farming . . . Birthday, December 18. ROGER SWARTZ . . . Birthday, September 28. MARK L. TADIE . . . College . . . Birthday, July 15. ROGER B. STEWART . . . Future plans include the service . . . Birthday, April 7. DEBORAH LYNN STIPP . . . Fu- ture plans include going into Compu- ter Technology . . . Birthday, Decem- ber 17. DAVE LaVERN STONEKING . . . Handball . . . Plans on joining the Army . . . Birthday, December 8. AMY CHRISTINE SUMAN . . . A Cappella Choir . . . Gadets . . . NHS . . . College or vocational training . . . Birthday, April 3. CHERYL JEAN SUYDAM . . Senior Council . . . Latin Club . . . AFS . . . Nurses training at Knox . . . Birthday, July 4. ROBIN A. SWANK . . . Plans on becoming a Keypunch operator . . . Birthday, June 23. NAWAL MARGARET TAMIMIE . . . Future includes college . . . Birthday, September 17. RICK TATE . . .Track . . . Varsity Football . . . Birthday, February 1. ANITRA JO TAYLOR . . .Pep Club . . . Usherettes . . . Future includes college . . . Birthday, December 10. 44 Y DAVID M. TAYLOR . . . NHS. . . Varsity Track . . . Varsity Football . . . Plans to attend University of Missouri and enter Pre-Med . . . Birthday, March 30. RICHARD TAYLOR . . . Birthday, October 8. RUSSELL TAYLOR . . . Birthday, August 16. MARK THOMAS . . . Future includes college . . . Birthday, January 11. ED THOMPSON . . . Birthday, March 25. JAMES KENT THOMPSON . . . DO . . . FFA . . . Handball . . . Future plans include a junior college to be- come a salesman and travel . . . Birthday, June 1. KENNY TOWNE . . . Birthday, July 27. STAN W. TRACY . . . Birthday, June 20. STEVEN MICHAEL TRACY . . . Editor of Budget . . . Treasurer of Student Council . . . Senior Council . . . Future plans include attending college and majoring in Journalism . . . Birthday, April 16. SABRENA A TAYLOR Future includes N urstng Birthday A przl 10. ANN MARIE TEMPLETON French Club Girls Interscholastzc Sports . . . SAE Plans to attend Rollins College tn Florida Birth day, April 22 CHARLES TEVAL Birthday January 31. ROBERT THOMPSON Birthday July 4. ANN MARIE TIEHEN President of T hespians President of Spanish Honor Society Spanish Club Treasurer . U of I Bzrthday March 14. SUSAN MARIE TORRENCE Senior Council Student Council . . . A Cappella Choir Future includes college Birthday Febru ary 11. JAMES TURNER . . . Birthday, September 24. DOUG UNGER . . . Future plans include going to Mooney Bible Col- lege to become a Christian braod- caster . . . Birthday, August 29. MARGIE JEAN UTTERBACK . . . Pep Club . . . GSL . . . Spanish Club . . . Future plans include studying in Physical Education . . . Birthday, January 4. DENISE MARIE VAN UNNIK . . . Gadets . . . O0 . . . GSL . . . College . . . Birthday, October 30. DEBRA SUE WADE . . . CWT . . , Birthday, July 10. KAREN WALL . . . Birthday, Au- gust 2. "'s5,k JIM TREADWAY . . . Future plans include working for the railroad . . . Birthday, January 18. STANLEY EUGENE TRENT . . Baseball . . . Track . . . Varsity Bas- ketball . . . College lies ahead . . Birthday, October 21. BARBARA DIANE TUNE . . . French Club . . . NHS . . . Latin Club . . . Plans to attend ISU and major in Special Education . . . Birthday, March 13. - , fwpm KEVIN MICHAEL VALLFRO G Club Varsity Football Plans on going znto Physical Therapy Birthday December 6 JAMES L VanFLEET Varsity Baseball . . . A Cappella Choir . . . Boys Forum . . College plans to major in Psychology and enter Law . . . Birthday, May 24. JOHN VanGE1SON . . . Birthday, December 8. JERRY LEON WAINMAN . . . G Club . . . College lies ahead . . . Birthday, January 12. MARK WALKER . . . Birthday, July 9. PEGGY E. WARD.. .O0.. . Plans on entering Western . . . Birth- day, June 30. RICK LEE WALTERS . . . CWT . . . Future plans include college and travel . . . Birthday, July 9. JANE ANN WATERS . . . SAE Pres- ident . . . Gadets . . . NHS . . . Plans on becoming an Elementary teacher or majoring in Math . . . Birthday, September 14. JULIE ANNE WATSON . . . Gadets ...NHS...TennisTeam... College lies ahead . . . Birthday, Oc- tober 7. JANICE LYNN WEDELL . . . Band Treasurer . . . German Club President . . . Jazz Band . . . Future plans in- clude college and travel . . . Birthday, June 20. ROBERT MICHAEL WEIGAND . . . Youtlz and Government . . . College . . . Birthday, May 10. DOUG WEINBERG . . . College plans . . . Birthday, October 24. RUSSELL WEST . . . Birthday, Oc- tober I I . THOMAS CHARLES WETHERBEE . . . Student Council . . . A Cappella Choir . . . Varsity Swimming . . . Plans on continuing education . . . Birthday, May 17. LfNN WHITE . . . Birthday, October KEITH LEE WATSON . . . Radio Club . . . Industrial Arts Club . . . Electronics Club . . . Plans on attend- ing the Missouri Institute of Technol- ogy . . . Birthday, September I0. DEBBIE ANNE WEA VER . . . Band . . . A Cappella Choir . . . Future plans include becoming a CPA . . . Birthday, July 26. TIM WEBSTER . . . Birthday, July 27. RICHARD WELCH . . . Varsity Wrestling . . . College . . . Birthday, December I 7. DOUGLAS PAUL WESSELS . . . Plans on going into the Navy . . Birthday, October 22. DON WEST . . . DO . . . Future plans include college and Law school . . . Birthday, February 2. SAMUEL LEE WILKINS . . . Foot- ball . . . A Cappella Choir . . . Wrest- ling . . . College lies ahead . . . Birth- day, March 25. MIKE WILLCUTTS . . . Birthday, September 22. ELLEN MARIE WILLIAMS . . . Planning on joining the Navy and becoming a nurse . . . Birthday, Octo- ber 15. MARK WITTLE . . . Student Council Vice President . . . Zymbolist . . . Future plans include becoming a school bus driver . . . Birthday, June 27. PENNY ALICE WISE . . . Sym- phonic Band . . . Marching Band . . . Pep Band . . . Plans on attending St. Francis College to become a registered nurse . . . Birthday, June 8. ANN A. WOOD . . . Varsity Girls Softball . . . Reflector . . . Pep Club . . . Future plans include college to study nursing . . . Birthday, July 30. R. SCOTT WHITE . . . Golf Team ...BoysForum...GClub... Future plans include furthering edu- cation . . . Birthday, July 23. DEBRA CAROLYN WICKLINE . . . A Cappella Choir . . . Interscholastic Sports . . . Future plans include entering college and the field of teach- ing . . . Birthday, November 4. EDWARD P. WIGNALL . . . Future plans include work and college . . . Birthday, July 12. NANCY WILLIAMSON . . . Treas- urer of NHS . . . A Cappella Choir . . . Latin Club . . . College plans . . . Birthday, October 4. SCOTT A. WILLIAMSON . . . Plans on attending U of I . . . Birthday, September 3. KAREN LOUISE WILSON . . . A Cappella Choir . . . President of Stage- Call . . . Thespians . . . Plans on becoming an Elementary Education teacher . . . Birthday, November 18. GAY WOOLSEY . . . Birthday, No- vember 30. STEVEN C. WRIGHT. . .Band . . . D0 . . . Attending the U of I to major in Computer Training . . . Birthday, July 18. JIMMY DEAN WYMAN . . . Foot- ball . . . Track . . . Intramurals . . . College plans to study the field of Drafting . . . Birthday, August 28. KAREN WYNKOOP . . . Gadets. . . A Cappella Choir . . . Artte Clubbe . . . College Birthday, March 4. LISA YAREMKO . . . Secretary of Artte Clubbe . . . NHS . . . Future plans include becoming an Art teacher . . . Birthday, February 15. CLIFFORD A. YEOMANS . . . Birthday, April 13. TERENCE PA UL ZOST . . . French Club . . . Plans on college in Minne- sota and then on to Law school . . . Birthday, March 14. WENDY LEE YOUNG . . . Birthday, November 2. MARGARET M. ZICH . . . Mid- Term Graduate . . . Plans on attend- ing the U of I and majoring in Zo- ology . . . Birthday, July 28. ALEX JOSEPH ZA VADIL . . . Varsity Wrestling . . . G Club . . . Artte Clubbe . . . Future plans include attending Colorado State University . . . Birthday, February 20. JUNIORS Agans, Peggy L. Alderson, Keith P. Alderson, Leslie E. Aldrich, Jeff Aldus, Barb J. Ackmann, Lori A. Adair, Jim P. Adams, I ayrne L. Addis, Debi J. Admire, Tom l, ., W .,.. I .N v ' cf X l Anderson, Anderson, Anderson, Anderson, Anderson, Jane M. Janet I. Jeff M. Phil J. Sue G. Allen, Amy J. Allen, Randy D. Anderson, Anita E. Anderson. Brian K. Anderson, Elwood H IQ Di s X X Au, Betty Aydt, Ruth A. Bailey, Mike J. Baldwin, Brad S. Baldwin, Jeff L. I firm-H . . wwf :assi-.-f -. ,." :iran 331. 1 .,.v . " A ' t , " 3155 - 1 'J S 52 Appel, Kent A. Archibald, Kitlyn S. Armstrong, Randy B Artz, Bill A. Asbury, Kim S. Barnes, Daniel R. Barton, Diane G. Barton, Karen A. Barton, Kim J. Bates, Vicky L. Bell, David M. Berg, Lynn A. Bergmann, Tracey L. Bern, Patty L. Berry, John R. Bean, Rick I. Beaty, Jim R. Behlke, Barb A. Behringer, Peggy R Beling, Brent R. lxisbixzmer.. NM? Bewley, Ruth A. Billings, Danny L. Birmingham, Suezan Black, John R. Bladel, Stephanie L. na A. ""'1-wit .4 Berry, Rance L. Berry, Rush H. Beserra, Debi M. Betts, Deane Bevard, Denise A. 53 Blake, Bob W. Bland, Stephanie R. Bledsoe, Tim L. Blue, Rodney A. Bogulski, Steve J. Bowman, Kevin L. Boylson, Mark P. Boynton, Kristy D. Brandenburg, Dorinda Brannon, Marsha A. wn, . Bro Barr E Brown Jane E. Brown, Kim S. r wn a . B o M rk A r wn, eve . B o St D fi as X ..... i fx., 1 all Burke, Julie Burns, Shelly L. Campbell, Mike Campbell, Trace Camper, Tom E. yA. Boles, Kelly W. Bond, Mike N. Boone, Patsy A. Bourdon, Terry J. Bourgeois, Denise M Brant, Margie A. Briggs, Jeff C. Briggs, Rae Ann Briick, Cheryl L. Broadfield, Jim O. Brown, Stuart A. Bryant, Mark Bullis, Nancy I. Burington, Chris Burke, Judy M. Cannon, Debbie A. Carlson, Charlotte Carlson, Robert J. Carr, Barb F. Carter, Robbie D. .v .. ..... , ,A .Q get X , Rx Q xx L. A X R m RSM 'H S 5 .E , gy Cheesman, Steve M. Cherrington, Dave B. Cherrington, Sam M. Chezem, Mark Chivell, Linda S. : . HJW3 . s E1 f, -sein sg, -fr x . Xi :xg v ii 4 ' Rv w " e"?'f...L . S if . , N xggkw 1 , ' es t X at X 'R . s ff kg inf, a . ,J as LQ. Clayton, Peggy A Colclasure, John C Coleman, Paul A. Collier, Bradley S. Colvin, Cathy L. X S' Y X.. Carter, Steve D. Carver, Roxanne L. Cash, Mary M. Cervantez, Cindy Charles, Chris M. Christenson, Jim D Claeys, Marsha L. Claman, Cassandra Clark, Dorene Clark, Linda K. 'vm-5, run Colwell, Debbie L. Colwell, Ruth A. Conn, Teresa R. Conover, Ann M. Conrad, Starrlinn - L. Mer Cowman, Sue D. Cox, Kenny P. Cozad, Stella K. Cratty, Dave W. Cree, Diane L. .grassy M , . -- .S ' , sux s X2- .. . sw , ' .l Cunningham, Kelle L. Custer, Frances Davidson, Jennifer C. Davis, Julie K. DeGraif, Debbie S. x , X Cook, Kathi A. Coombs, Donna C. Cooper, Holly K. Coughlin, Greg V. Courtney, Scott D. . ., V Q '5 a K 5 ,'. N " 4 .., Q31 Cree, Mark E. Creekmur, Mike E. Cross, Lany Crowell, Peter M. Cunningham, Jeff A. Dolinsek, Steve R. Doss, Eric R. Douglas, Jeff Downard, Debby C. Dudman, Marie R. Dennis, Dena S. DeWeese, Mike L. Dickerson, Barbara Dickerson, Elvie I . Dillin, Dave C. A. fir . 56 Dwyer, Bill E. Ecklund, Kris M. Edwardson, Debbie J. Ehrenhardt, Kevin D. Biker, John W. Erwin, Debbie J. Espejo, Juan Evans, Mark R. Ewalt, Johan C. Fairchild, Jeff E. Emstrom, Delaine K Engholm, Jeff M. Erickson, Hal D. Ericson, Becky L. Ericson, Debbie J. X X 'ik .... L NA U . . ,mg V, his fi , ' qs -21373-S 'e f . at 'T Fike, Penny L. Finley, Jesse M. Flater, Micheal J. Flint, Nora B. Ford, Gloria A. Wei A Farrell, Annette Farrell, Willy J. Fender, Kris M. Ferris, Joann K. Fields, Julie A. Ford, Karen L. Foster, Crystal L. Frazier, Jeff A. Frisby, Rick J. Fritz, Bob D. Gatlin, Steve J. Gau, Linda D. German, Leroy W. German, Rochelle E. Gibbs, Ken L. Goletz, Joan K. Gonzalez, Maria Elena Green, Nancy A. Gregory, Brad K. Griiiith, Tom J. Hacker, Evelyn Hall, Kristy J. Hanks, Neil O. Haptonstall, David E. Hare, Denise K. Fritz, Linda L. Gabel, Brent E. Gaisford, Lori S. Galloway, Lori L. Gamage, Penny S. Gimenez, Angela I Glasnovich, Karen E Glegg, John N. Godsil, Annette T. Goff, Steve R. Grissom, Marge M. Groff, Karen K. Grubb, Beth H. . Guenther, Gayla L. Gummerson, Scott M Harrison, Keith E. Hartley, Regina R. Hattery, Diane C. Haynes, Carla I. Haynes, Julie E. ee ur S Q 'Y K 1" Hendricks, Dave Q Q Hendricks, Diane M. U Henry, Kent T. Hensley, Debbie A. - L v Hepner, Darrell L. gh . an L .We Haynes, Larry Hecht, David Helvick, Mark L. Hemmer, Linda J. Hiller Vicki L Hilton John M. Hledik Iim J. Hoben Sarah B. Holliday Nancy A. Hendricks, Andy Herrin, Debbie J. Hertenstein, Jody S Hester, Gwen L. Hicks, Tom G. Higareda, Julie J. MANS? 59 Holmann, Mark W. Hoosen, Debbie J. Hopkins, Mark L. Horaney, Dave L. Horkstrom, Don F. Emiksx 4' Howland, Chuck D. Hughey, Christine A. Hungate, Debbie T. Hunt, Dave G. Hunter, Keith E. Johansen, Scott R. Johnson, Craig Johnson, Debbie A. Johnson, Gary H. Johnson, Gary L. Johnson, Johnson Johnsonz Johnson, Johnson, LarrM. Y Mark L. Michael Steve C. Tim E. Horn Debbie A Horn Gloria J Hottinger Cindy M Houk B1l1E Howerton Rhonda M Interial, Rose M. Jackson, Etta M. Jackson, Karen J. Jacobs, Chris M. Jacobson, Amy R Johnson Johnson 7 Johnson, Johnson J ohnson: 1 Janet A Jeff D. Jon R. Julie M. Larry J. Johnson, Tim K. Jones, Debbie L. Junk, Jeannie A. Kane, Cherie L. Kelley, Karen E. Kimmitt, Tina C. King, Diana L. Kinyon, Don J. Kisler, Teresa J. Knapp, Barb J. Kelley, Scott Kemp, Ricky R. Kenney, Jim R. Ketner, Rhonda L. Kewley, Karen J. 5 2+ i K Lange, Kelly P. Larson, Tom D. Lass, Steve S. Lathrop, Ken A. Lavender, Dave A. Knosher, Kathy D. Kohl, Beth A. Krupps, Carol J. Kuntz, Karl J. Landenberger, Karen S X 61 Lawrence, Helen A. Lee, Gina M. Lee, Mike L. Lehman, Linda A. Lentz, Kevin T. Lischwe, Tim D. Logan, James D. Long, Chris N. Long, Teri J. Lotz, Bill H. Leon, Michael A. Levene, Linda K. Libby, Jeff M. Light, Kristi L. Lindsay, Mary A. Makeever, Dan L. Maltbia, Fred J. Markivee, Pam D. Marshall, Julie D. Martin, Debbie S. Loyd, Timothy H. Lundeen, Terry R. Lundquist, Doug E. MacDonald, Lori S Majcina, Vicki L. McCulloch, Michael L. Mclntire, Cindy L. McKie, David L. McKie, Sandy A. McKillip, Donald J. Marvelh Mary T Mason Gayle L Masters Holly J. Mathews Kathy M May Lindsey L. McKillip, Patrick S. McLaren, Julie A. McMaster, Jeanie M. McMillan, Shelly L. McMillion, Leonard R. M . .,,, is -.. .. ,gf J sw- -fx Q? t I Q . 3 L 5 I . , if I Meline Tom E. Melton Terri L. Mendrek Karen Milan, Tommy F. gg .. K 'New me 1 ... .. - , will , QS fe 'W' iss, J 53 N5 'r ' W' . Miles, Cathy S. g ed, j ' Mitchell, Dennis W. Mitchell, Jill C. Mitchell, Jody C. Miyler, Dawn L. Monson, Jeff A. Fi i blf 'ls x X . is is fi W 'Q S35 KW X W.. X X 2, x 1 i .AJ If McNeil, Christy S. Mead, Paula R. Mealman, Timothy Medina, Patricia L. Meeker, Nancy J. . .-' AN 5 elsif' if we Miller, Daniel B. 4 Miller, Eric J. Miller, Keith D. Mink, Bradley J. Mitchell, Carroll J. P bs, - TUE .. 1- 5- 393 , ms: M Q.-iYS,.se 1 X 5- Q - 63 Montgomery, James E Moore, Peggy A. Moore, Rick T. Morehead, Danny Morgan, Chris L. Murray, Christine A. Nash, Jim A. Neagle, Sue M. Neal, Jim R. FHM. 3 Nelson, Mary Jill Norton, Richard L. O'Conner, Paul T. Olson, Cathy S. O'Ma1ley, Debbie A. Paetsch, Chris L. Morling, Paula L. Muehe, Melinda S. Mulhatten, Betsy L Mullins, Mike D. Mundwiler, Dale R Nelson Mike U Nelson, Sherry A. Newburgh, Julie A. Nichols, Marion L. Norris, Scott C. is We Parker, Mary F. Parkin, Dale E. Patch, Beth A. Patterson, Lorri Pavlat, Kurt E. B A. Palmer, Steve D. Parer, Lisa M. Park, Bob M. Park, Patrick J. Park, Shirley J. Peake, Becky A Peny, Roberta M Phipps Rita A Pickard, Kim J ,gs ss W Peterson, Rick M. if - , P Polillo, Susan M. Polite, Mary A. Pouche, Jeff A. Powell, Chuck L. Powell, Melinda J. .. X Quinn, Debbie I. Reed, Dave J. Reed, Jeff M. Reed, Roenia K. Reiber, Terry L. Pickard, Kurt L. Pickrel, Jim A. Pierce, Debi R. Piper, Fritzi G. Pogue, Jim B. Pridgeon, Roslyn Pscheidt, Jay W. Puffinbarger, Pam Purchase, Becky F. Pyatt, Steph.anie R. Reyburn, Randy S. Reynolds, Steve R. Richardson, Sandra Rickords, Carol A. Riggs, Chuck E. Rogers, Liz A. Root, Cathy L. Royse, Mike G. Rozynek, Kevin F. Sanchez, Ed Riley, Tina M. Roberson, Candy L. Robertson, Mark W. Robinson, Kim J. Rodfem, Steve L. Soott Laurie A. Senner, Arthur W. Shane, Mike R. Shannon, Dana J. Shaw, Amy L. A . Q ix ss. 'll ff , " X .JP Q ..: kr 5 , .g : he fa Schactner, Lynn L. Schaefer, Karen A. Schubach. Mike Schwab, Bill Schwab, Robin L. Shumann, Kevin B. Shumard, Naomi M. Sibley, Sonja R. Simkins, Christine E. Simmons, Jim L. Shearer, Libby M. Shonkwiler, Steve D. Shotts, John R. Showalter, Terry Shryaek, Julie K. P. 5:1 Skinner, Julie M. Smith, Bernard L. Smith, Dale L. Smith, Debbie A. Smith, Dick Q , Q ' We 1 it A .f - We - :qs L X ' HSS' " ' raises f :lifiillw .5 ww. Ssgaai. - - hm ey , X " J' X X XX fa 4' A l ,X , , XS? X XR. S ,X X S 5 Y-est ff I Smith, Rhetta J. Smith, Tom E. Smith, Trudy A. Smith, Valerie L. Smrz, Melissa A. ess. XXX , .. X S K xq, . A . . Bw, Smith, Ellajean Smith, Jack P. Smith, James E. Smith, Jim M. Smith, Lori L. s 15 ETGX 'X - X .if M" si-21X . X "Wi XXQ ix X S A x X ' . f -X X... , ,Q . XP' Steck, Kathy L. Stephan, Ed M. Stephenson, Mike D. Stevens, William T. Steward, Anthony W. L S' ' "" , ii X . E15 S A E J 1 2- . em. b. . '. Q' 5 , X In yr .Q it . . 4 IH J: ...Pg -. . , ,g f X..X X ...... Xgfe 5 R... ,tx X ar- K -as N X s, -N S Nu ,SX 1 if K 67 Snow, Karen S. Spinks, LouAnnette Squire, Julie D. Stacey, Greg S. Standard, Leon L. Stewart Janet L. Stoerzbach, Dan B. Stone, Jane M. Stone, Jay L. Stotts, Michelle L. fix 5 ,. ,,,. wi J . , x i . 5 X YNSX x Taylor, Dolores R. Taylor, Lisa K. Temple, Danny L. Templeton, Jamie S. Tharp, Roger L. ,sk J , - X Qs Rs -. KXXQ -. N53 I AH xbglas P' 1 If E X Y ' E: J Strohkirch, I. B. Suddeth, Jeff D. Sundberg, Lesa M. Swank, Robert M. Swanson, Melanie 1 . ""' - 34 . . .se 1 I New 3 f -use . L - is X - - Q rg . is - - . 4 as - Tracy, Sandi M. Travis, Carrie L. Treadway, Linda S. Trent, Stan E. Trimble, Steve R. Q Q . if we if ,g S is Thorne, Robin E. Thurman, Jim I. Thurman, Patti J. Toal, Becky S. Tourlentes, Ted K Varnold, Richard D. Vasquez, Joan Vitali, Nancy S. Wainrnan, John T. Wallace, Steve J. l Q33 4, N , 5? S Trout, Mark S. Tucker, Sue L. Urbanowicz, Julie Urena, Zoe L. Vargas, Jay A. K iffief s 68 Weather, Margaret J. Webber, Diana L. Webber, Leslie J. Weedman, Wayne L. Weidenhamer, Gail S. Q ,vw ,. .t Wheeler, Mike White, Eric Whitlock, Cindy A. Wilburn, Spec S. Williams, Dean J. Wingo, Cindy L. Witt, Nancy L. Wolfsie, Beth E. M Workheiser, Debbie,L. Worthington, Christy L. lr -Q X N. is sehr 'wig - K .- , . l . Q hx Q . sf 'X .3 s Weidler, Susan J. Wells, Carroll L. Wells, David E. Wenstrom, John B. Wenzel, Kathy R. i Q x e- ':"' X' rf -E s Q lk . W X if M9 ' J f s fs Q1 -swat -. R ' e f S X 3 X t all . as X , Q, Williams, Koleta Williams, Marilyn Williams, Tyrone A. Wilson, Mark W. S Et X K M Wilson, Tom F. .5 lel. 'S ' K if 1. , i sa, Wright, Lynn A. Wright, Mike K. Yehn, Steve S. Young, Jim C. Zefo, Dan D. Pzllricixu Slum .'i'- I7 UMR If 4 ,,.,-new ,X tm-S SUPHOMORES Alexander, Tonda I . Allcon, Mike M. Allen, Judy L. Allen, Sandy K. Allen, Tom L. Adams, Martha E. Adams, Mary J. Agans, Crystal L. Agar, Bill D. Aldridge, Julie L. Anderson, Sara J. Anderson, Susan I. Anderson, Susan T. Anderson, Tami S. Asbury, Bob L. Alvarado, Paul Anderson, Carrie L Anderson, Cindy S. Anderson, John B. Anderson, John T. Baldwin, Scott R. Banks, Virginia M. Baranowski, Kathy Barlow, Lynn R. Barnes, Bill S. . H Atwell David K. Babbitt Ion T. Bailey Cindy B. Bainter, Monte D. Baker, Anita K. 5'-Q 72 Barsema, Debbie K. Barstow, Bill N. Basham, Tammy E. Baughman, Kymm Baumgardner, Karen I. Benson, Dave C. Berg, Reed C. Bernand, Bruce W. Beserra, Chris A. Betz, Michelle A. ! . 1 Bland, Steve Blixt, Rich E. Blucker, Jeff M. Blust, Jeif A. Blythe, Diane M. Beard, Kathy L. Beaty, Doug Behlke, Tim A. Benbow, Steve B. Bennett, Liz H. , 4 Billups, Tammy M. Bishop, David A. Bitcon, Lisa D. Bjorkman, Cindy A Bland, Cindy K. Bohannan, Lori S. Boone, Lynda G. Bourgeois, Jack A. Bowers, Debbie L. Boydstun, Ann L. Briggs, Jim A. Briggs, Jim D. Briggs, Renetta L. Brock, Marvin M. Brown, Debbie C. l5.T,.,g , Nw ,, .R . ,,. .. bg-,mz 4 A -- saw- z. - X . ik mia " RY, .A -.5 ws? is 9 A .... si 22.51 . , , .- Boynton, Judy A. Brady, Jeff L. . Brady, Liz Bramlett, Peggy K Branson, Helen L. is ,W . -- . .2-,gg .... -' 5 H ' , 0, ffj-A ,,, F?f,'f:5f wg QW A f X . x'- Q53 i- wi .. 8,32 .xt ,, . Mfr- ' Q s Q s, Qu.-...' Brunkow, Julie A. Brush, Clara L. Bryant, Terri L. Bryce, John J. Bugg, Geri E. t Sis rf 4 s Q Mae pu -s. 'W Sa fi ft . qs ' , QP-' 'gii?lQgo5,5 Wifi . 1 vi? Brown, Diana L. Brown, Jim C. Brown, Russ L. Browning, Ben B. Bruget, Jennifer K. Burkhalter, Kathy J. Burns, Mike J. Bush, Barry A. Butkovich, Lisa H. Butz, Gary G. Burand, Donna M. Burdette, Brett R. Burger, Diana S. Burgland, Ben L. Burke, Ann M. 74 .w".?:K . ..,. , ' Cabrera, Alicia A. Calderon, Alfonso J. Campbell, Cheryl D. Campbell, Mike R. Campbell, Renita L. Carpenter, Craig Carothers, Mary K. Carroll, Lori A. Caukins, Russell W. Caves, Luann G. - 1 Church, Steve C. Cisco, Roger B. Claman, David. H. Clark, Cindy L. Clark, Helen C. Camper, Steve P. Carlson, Dave G. Carlson, John C. Carlson, Roy R. Carlton, Pam A. Cecil, Bernie W. Cecil, Phillip W. Chapin, Rick D. Chase, Kevin K. Cheesman, Barry G .,.... Q k 1 . .-Q 1 . tx ,X as "Ei X X. if las . it . , .Y . Clayton, Lisa A. Clewell, Dale E. Clilford, Arlene L. Cobb, Steve D. Coleman, Julie L. Cooper, Mark A. Coughlin, Pat M. Cowan, Penny A. Cowman, Sheri L. Coziahr, Debbie Coleman, Karen I . Collins, Danny S. Collins, Kevin D. Conlon, Cindy L. Coon, Debbie S. Dankert, Bill F. Davis, Buddy E. Davis, Cindy M. Davis, Jack R. Davis, Margaret K. Crain, Jeff W. Cruz, Gilbert Cunningham, Lonnie Cunningham, Mark S Curtis, Melody L. X . J Deets, Jeff C. DeForest, Dennis L. Delaynes, Bryan E. DiPrima, Lani M. Derrick, Doug Davis, Nancy K. Davis, Rhonda L. Davis, Robin K. Davis, Rod E. Davis, Valla L. Dexter, Mike L. Dickmeir, Dave L. Ditto, John C. Donaldson, Sherri L. Donnelly, Roger M. Egenlauf, Chris A. Eklund, Roger R. Elliott, Diana K. Emerick, Steve S. Erdman, Michael J. Faulkner, Edna J. Faulkner, Evanna M. Fifield, Philip A. Finley, Carl L. Fisher, John C. Dowd, Ed L. Dugan, Judi L. Dunn, Donna M. Eaves, Robert L. Ebbing, Susan L. Erickson, Laura Fairchild, Dana S Farmer, Peggy D. Farrell, Vanessa J Fath, Sharon M. Fitzsimmons, Cecilee A Flickinger, Debbie J Flowers, Jerome Foley, Janet M. Fones, A1 M. Frambes, Theresa A. Franson, Karla L. Freeman, Darrell L. French, Mike Frisby, Jeff L. Ford, Lois Ann Forrester, Carol L. Fosburg, Linda A. Fossler, Stacie Foster, Dan D. QW, kia.. ., , fr, ik- ? ' S fi fps., : '.1jj.s5. K r QF.. . X1 s Y r si NX XC ,Ja 7 Q , S 'ee 'Al 11 Gathn Ilka R Germain Jean M Gerstenberger, Charles L. Getz Marla F. Gibbs Tim J Xe 5'-i,'f.5'lT'4 XB R Frymire, Robin K. Furniss, Joyce L. Fuson, Lyman W. Garrison, Debbie C. Garza, Frank X. hmmm 1 -Q 5 J Gonzalez, Chris C. Goodin, Brent E. Goodman, Carol L. Grady, Pat Green, Dave Gibson, Steve H. Glasnovich, Mike A Godsil, Karen M. Godsil, Matt L. Godsil, Tom A. 78 Green, Margie R. Greer, Pam S. Griilith, Jill D. Grindle, Robin R. Grossl, Paul R. Hagge, Nancy J. Haight, Jeff H. Hall, Cindy A. Hall, Connie K. Hand, Sarah J. Grover, Joyce A. Guenther, Mike A. Gustafson, John M. Gustafson, Lori D. Gutierrez, Cindy D. Hare, Diane C. Harley, Doug W. Harrison, Sandy 1. Hart, Kelly R. Hasselbacher, Cindy L. Haneghan, Sandy K Hanlon, Jinia H. Hans, Lisa K. Harden, Susan K. Harding, Larry V. 1 F Hatch, Cindy I. Hayden, Joe L. Hayes, Gwen a Haywood, Kathy J. X Headley, John F. Helvick, Gary D. Hendricks, Phil J. Henly, Shelley L. Hensley, Carol S. Hensley, Shirley F. .ff Hebenstriet, Jill M. Hecht, Susan J. Heck, Danny R. Hedden, Tom Helms, Erica F. Hinton, Barb E. Hledik, Jay M. Hobbs, Brian B. Hogan, Richard L. Holland, David C. Hertenstein, Ann M I-Iiatt, Di-anne C. Hillemeier, David C Hillier, Lori Hilton, Mary D. v 5. Q Hughey, Dave W. Humphrey, Stacey L. Hunger, Debbie S. Hungerford, Steve Icenogle, David N. Hollis, Mike R. Hope, Billy J. Hofmann, Brenda I Howard, Mike L. Huddle, Carla K. Inglebright, Pam S. Interial, Rita Jacobs, John R. Janssen, Michelle E. Jape, Mike H. Johnson, Brian D. Johnson, Bruce W. Johnson, Elizabeth A. Johnson, Jane M. Johnson, Jeff D. Johnson, Sherry J. Johnson, Tim G. Jones, Kathy A. Jones, Julie A. Johnston, Robert E. Jellies, Mike L. Jewsbury, Robert A. Jioanninl, Karol D. Johns, Jennifer L. Johnson, Brad D. Johnson, Larry M. Johnson, Marlene M Johnson, Nancy S. Johnson, Paul F. Johnson, Sara A. Jones, Eddie L. Jordan, John W. Jordan, Tim E. Joyner, Jim J. Kehoe, Peter H. Kibitleski, Joe L. Kilgore, Mike J. Kille, I ay K. Kilpatrick, Eric S. Kimbrough, James D. Klapp, Diana S. Koons, Terry I. Kraft, Kurt A. Kramer, Kent E. Ladwig, Mark E. Larkins, Janet D. Larsen, Kim M. Larson, Karen S. Lawrence, Myrtle M. Lawson, Ray E. Keith, Paula C. Keith, Robert L. Kelley, Barb A. Kenan, Rick A. Kennedy, Ronnie M. P Kimbrough, Mickey R Kimmitt, Susan D. Kirkenrneier, Matt S Kisler, Joe R. Kisler, Patti I. LaFollette, Ielf R. LaFollette, Laura S. LaFol1ette, Lester L. Lankford, Sandy K. Larkins, Brian L. Lee, J an M. Lee, Randy J. Lego, Darmy L. Legrand, Ron Lehning, Kerri L. , . ge, , ...W A Levinson, Gail R. Lewis, Kevin R. Liby, Margaret A. Lightsey, Janet M. Lindberg, Tammy M. .xg ,, .. ' X J Q sg X . . Wk ,ti ri g s. X5 IQ. Leiner, Barbara J. Leiner, Meg L. Leonard, Tim J. Lepard, Mary C. Lester, Jerry V. . was-nr...m..1....,.,,,.-. ,f W, ww.. v 4 V .. E 5.73 ' :Zips .Nr . :if if . - A 'v , . figjgy '-wi.: W' " f I "S aka' New o fo. 'iw' " 'M Q 1 "3"-2' wm fffrnu Lopez, Dean J. Lovett, Debbie L. Luetger, Matt D. Luna, Lori S. Luna, Patty A. vii Q - S :If fp 4 , fx.: ' '- - a. 'Xb if x W X . , .. , ... 3: Iwi :ggi E? if Yi 1 Linnenburger, Gayle A Lisenbee, Beth Lithander, Kerry S. Livingston, Jean A. Lohmar, Teresa A. . X ,. W . Lytle, Tim R. Maciel, Marguerite B Maddrell, Susan K. Mahnesmith, John I Maltbia, Tricia A. A s.,...., Martin, Mike L. Martinez, Mary A. Martinson, Tim L. Massangale, Tim B. Mathers, Vicki L. Q Nix' - McCune, Tom McDonough, Tim I. McDorman, Mickey H. McEllen, Mary A. McGa.hey, Janet F. McLaughlin, Pat T. McNa.ught, T. J. Medina, Steve W. Mellican, Steve P. Melton, Tami L. Maltby, Jeri D. Mangieri, Julie A. Marquis, Doreen L. Marrow, Fernando R. Martin, Cheryl L. Matthews, Roy F. McCall, Danny L. McCarthy, Roxi L. McCombs, Becky S. McCracken, Debbie L. McGee, Kelly R. McIntyre, Cindy J. McKillip, Dean R. McKillip, Kirk A. McKillip, Tim Z. Mendez, Mark S. Middaugh, Patty A. Milan, Becky C. Miller, Cindy I. Miller, James A. '-Raw-, Moore, Susie R. Moore, Terri L. Moriss, Susan D. Morrissey, Mike Motz, Connie J. Miner, Becky K. Mitchell, Brad L. Mitchell, Todd D. Mixon, Anntionette T Moeller, Joni M. Nash, Debbie A. Nelson, Beth A. Nelson, Lori A. Nelson, Lou Ann Nelson, Maria J. 3 ' Quits we shun 'Q Muehe, Annetta J. Munson, Kathy A. Murfin, Chris T. Myler, Buddy Nally, Kenneth W. Nordgren, Lyndee L. Norvell, Lisa K. Nulph, Tim L. O'Connor, Angela Oelberg, Jeff A. Pacey, Kris U. Palmer, John R. Palmer, Lynn L. Parkinson, Barb R. Parmenter, Jeff M. Pavlat, Mark R. Pedigo, Michelle Peer, Ronnie A. Perez, Aida L. Perez, Terry Olmsted Kathy M. Olson, Russ E. Orr, Debbie K. Osgood, Debbie K. Owen, Sandi Paseo, Debbie Patterson, John E. Patterson, Leslie M. Patterson, Ron T. Patterson, Steve F. ' . w -P.: S is . i ,paid Phillipson, Mark L. Pickrel, Allen D. Pierce, John L. Pogue, P.at E. Pollard, Peggy A. u 5: Q if 86 , , Fi xl. X? ..., Q Peters, Pam B. Peterson, Connie O. Peterson, Vicki L. Phillips, Eric D. Phillips, Ga.ry A. Potts, Randy C. Potts, Ricky E. Poulos, Larry A. Powell, Missy A. Powelson, Dave S. Randell, Paula K. Raymond, Randy R. Reed, Dave J. Reed, Dell M. Reed, Mary A. Price, Lorri D. Pscheidt, Sarah J. Quinn, Ronda Ralston, Bob E. Ramirez, Jess A. 4 f Reynolds, Micki S. Richardson, Annette Riggs, Sue S. Riley, Tim J. Rinehart, Kathy ....... E i -fff ser, 'P fxisfi ' ...Q-si: . Reeds, Michael A. Reeves, Marcia S. Regula, Carol L. Reisenbigler, Mark E. Reynolds, Charlene K K .e fi Roach, Teri A. Roberts, Pam L. Roberts, Rick A. Roberts, Robin E. Roberts, Scott D. X N . 'Y Rohweder, Tami L. Roller, Janie E. Rose, Jim E. Rosine, Gay Ross, Susan J. Salsman, Buddy Sanford, Shyrl L. Sargent, Rusty D. Saylor, Pat J. Schaefer, Bob R. Y Selfridge, Sheri L. Serdahl, Bill D. Sevems, Randy E. Seward, Lee A. Shaver, Steve Robertson, Dave D Rodriguez, Ophelia Roe, Rick D. Roehlk, Susan R. Rohr, Randy K. Rouland, Roger W. Rucker, Janice M. Ruhl, Jane A. Ryan, Mike A. Ryden, Richard Schrodt, Phyllis K. Schuman, Tony L. Scott, Arlee P. Scott, Ralph Seibert, Steve L. Shawgo, Carey R. Shelley, Sheryl J. Shepard, Stephanie L. Sherwood, Pam J. Shinn, Patty J. w:mmffr,.. ., K , " .30 "- ' ' "fi '2 :J .if 'G - 'Tfsf X 1 . rf' 5: N . . if K rf t ' . Q ,,.,.. ...,-..-- ' :.. -. 'iff X' - S it - it .. N , ,,.,.,,....-...n-. .. . . , . . eeeeee M' Smith, Carmelia Smith, Cheryl A. Smith, Darlene Smith, Greg P. Smith, Jim K. , . ..-ing, K nt... J Lv, at ,. X 563 S X 'Q' r A x wg 1 , Q Xi ez K QQ Shive, Cindy J. 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Teval-President, K. Adolphson, T. Redington-Vice President, L. Hurst, A. Cabreva, J. Holt, J. Foley, B. Billingsley. THIRD ROW: P. Crowell, C. Hughey, C. Evan. FOURTH ROW: E. Bartlett, I . Bohan, M. Smith, D. Humes, I. Johns, B. Strader, L. Nordgren, K. Turhey, P. Ander- son, S. McKil1ip, K. Markham, M. Flater, K. Brock, R. Aydt, D. Hecht. This was a landmark year in the history of student government at G.H.S. Student Council tackled the unresolved question of student smoking early in the year. Although no change in policy occurred, smoking in the building by basketball spectators was discouraged. How- ever, Student Council accomplished other OK, Here's the plan . . . things. An effort was made to improve the film program of 1973-74: films were offered peri- odically at reduced student prices. Student Council provided committees and funds for the planning of Homecoming and Winter Formal festivities. Only my hairdresser knows for sure. Thi d b and hm-a Stgtgaf-Elggggggraoixgany 99 The Lawrence D. I ohnson Insurance Agency 108 E. Main St. Funding Occupies Senior Council FRONT ROW: M. Kennedy, S. Tracy-Treasurer, T. Flint, S. Torrence, J. Flater, J. Johnson, L. Pearson, T. Contro. SEC- OND RCW! E- Bartlett, S- Nemeth-ViCC PfeSidCI1f, S- Heftenstein-President, C. Blust, L. Henning, S. Greer, K. Nelson, J. Kisler, A. Berry. Not Pictured: K. Markham-Secretary. Dave Taylor and Jim Kubis prepare for the hanging. This page sponsored by Mi11er's Confection Co. Moneymaking for graduation and Prom was the big topic at Senior Council meetings. The 34 members wracked their brains to come up with more ways to increase Senior Class funds. Along with the usual bake sales and car washes, the council ran a concession at the Jaycees Junior Football League games, sold Streak stickers, and planned a spring ice cream social. Committee chairmen for Baccalaureate and Commencement ceremonies were appointed from the council members. All Prom arrangements were made by the group. f'N'f."-'S Q 0 . ft... TTL" if?0'3'33,'80e.1-551-ff.1,s: 1 e .."e-ee ' I' ,S , .'ip A Q Xifll' if :foe-2'!,9sf:i'a1ee .s t ea 5' Patty Evans and Ellen Bartlett contribute nimble fingers to the Senior float. 100 and The Labor News Co. Councils Raise Money FRONT ROW: A. Shaw, L. Sunberg, C. Krupps, S. Brown. SECOND ROW: C. Morgan, K. Pick- ard, L. McDonald. THIRD ROW: S. McKillip. The Junior Council was responsible for financing pro- jects of the Junior class', one of which was the Junior Homecoming float. Such projects are carried out by the council to raise money. The council had a bake sale and sold light bulbs door-to-door. Junior Council faculty advisor was Mr. Wright The Sophomore Council started off the year on a good note, building the second place Homecoming float. The council held meetings once a month throughout the year. They had bake sales before school, during the lunch lines, and after school. Adding to the money making projects they also had car washes and sold candy bars. Sophomore Council officers were: Scott Baldwin-President, Debbi Barsema-Vice President, Lori Carrol-Secretary, and Lisa Bitcon-Treasurer. Their faculty advisor was Miss Pennington. FRONT ROW: P. Greer, L. Carroll, L. Luna, D. Barsema. SECOND ROW: S. Anderson, D. Burrand, S. Owens, S. Baldwin, G. Rosine, C. Goodman. 101 This page sponsored by Gale Products ll, : W X-'N 'Q'-x Ferris Wheel at Columbian Exposition, 1893. tr A u'i,vi1m' fl1lpl'mll'llfll,u lllu Il'fu'l1l',x c,1'lllllIl9ilIH l11,YI7r7VfIiUll ill f'l1ic'ugn, INN nmllll fum' nlm'l'l'nl AIH illlfllwuiu' xlrllrlzln' ll'l'Ill nllirll nm rwllllll llfllw' 41 nulllllullflillg riru' nj mmf ul fillffll-QU. Tmrur- ing' 105 H., llzr I"rrri.x H lnwl fllunimlml lln' ful'l',ul'nll1uI.v fu' lln' lfilfvl 'llnwl' lltlrf in Puriv ill ISSU. ly ,UUA lj Hmnllgx In lvlrilcl lln- nllwl. zl1'.xiyln'1l lvl' Glllu.xlvll:'y',x fl. 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Q , QQQA Wg Q.-QR vi ., M.. - f f wxwgw f f wigffxi N , Xu : ' 5 w x W, , wgxmgk if , Q N X . Lk. .usvlx 1' . . K x x , K an U , Q ' v K ix Q5 fx Qi . Q. - H ' 'ENN F 3 'NM , y X wwf ,. 2:5 5 ,xv Q: . I guy- 15,1 NQYNQX QQQA :f ,X 1 24 YL S' Q lx 5 sg, 1 S' R Q :NS P Telisa Clevenger Tonya Clevenger Co-Editor Co-Editor Reflector Takes A Each year's Jane Parker Gayle Mason Senior Editor Sophomore-Junior Editor Reflector staff has its own individual persona1ity.i A1- though some members remain on the staff for several years, there is always a changeover. This year's staff was the combination of vet- erans and new faces. Through this arrangement, the Veterans can teach the new members, while the new Laura Stevens Ted Tourlentes Copy Editor Copy Editor 106 F l Scott Gummerson Linda Snyder Sports Editor Photographer Ri e In '75 members add fresh untried ideas to the book. "Take A Ride" is the result of many months of planning and indi- vidual contribution combined with teamwork on the part of each staff member. Each ed- itor approached the production of the book with a desire to put as much of his or her talent and effort into it as possible. Bruce Billingsley Jim Reed Photographer Photographer Karen Adolphson Mr. Chauncey Kenny Business Manager Faculty Advisor 107 r N French Memberslazp Expands FRONT ROW: C. Hughey-President, L. Gaisford-Secretary, C. Claman-Treasurer, A. Templeton-Social Director, I. Waters, M. McKillip. SECOND ROW: L. Sutor, M. Leiner, L. Nelson, K. Brock, K. Knosher, P. Mead, S. Nelson, D. Tune. THIRD ROW: A. Sivedlund, L. La.Follette, M. Nelson, G. Bush, T. Smith, B. Salsman. FOURTH ROW: K. Franson, P. Coughlin, L. Fosburg, Mrs. Shelly. Not Pictured: T. Clevenger-Vice President. French Club proved to be a growing club during 1974-75. The membership expanded from thirty to forty members. French Club provides an opportunity for students to learn French customs and language in a setting outside the classroom. Among the year's activities were a perfume sale and the multi-lingual Christmas banquet. The meetings were on the fourth Monday of each month. Included in the programs were speakers, activities, and holiday parties - French style. Brigit Soubrouillard, A.F.S. foreign exchange student from France, was named an honorary member of the club. Chris Hughey, French Club President, commented, "I think French Club has grown, and I hope it continues growing. It really seems to be going places." 'Qi' Parles vous duck? Are you sure that's how Napoleon looked? This page sponsored by and Galesburg Tire and Vulcanizing Co. 110 McGrew 8: McGrew Insurance Agency 244 -S. Chambers St. German Club's Focus on Culture FRONT ROW: L. Hemmer, H. Masters, D. Bishop, Mrs. Davis, A. Hertenstein, L. Boone, C. Krupps. SECOND ROW: A. Jacobson, V. Smith, S. Platt, J. Swanson, D. Rickords, R. Aydt, D. Workheiser. THIRD ROW: C. Egenhauf, E. Bartlett, G. Levinson, C. Leining, J. Watters, M. Godsil, P. Grossel. FOURTH ROW: M Ericson, J. Jordan, M. Leiner, B. Peake, G. Bugg, D. Perand. FIFTH ROW: M. Bond, J. Young, J. Gould, B. Carlson, L. Patterson. Culture and both conversational and written language was the focus of German Club. A guest speaker, who had lived in Germany, visited them, telling them of life there today. The club had fund-raising projects, candy "Gume Bear" sales, and bake sales. They participated with other lan- guage clubs in the Multi-lingual Banquet, the Monte Carlo Night, and had their own picnics. Dawn... Thi? page sponsored by ompliments of RALSTON-HANNA - - ' ' 2200 Grand Ave. I didnt think it was that funny! Galesburg, Ill 61401 and Ph0I1C 343-9266 CQ Do As The Romans Do FRONT ROW: S. Madrell, C. Hall, S. Anderson, SECOND ROW: G. Johnson, P. Grossl, R. Yaw, D. Lowery, D. Flickinger, A. Burke, D. Taylor. This page sponsored by Martie's Italian Foods The members of the Latin Club are derived from former and present Latin discipulae. Sue Maddrell commented at mid-year. "We haven't had many projects, but what we have had, have turned out well." The Latin Club helped the other language clubs sponsor the Multi-Lingual Banquet and Monte Carlo Night. They also went Christmas caroling. At school year's end, as the phrase goes. "they did as the Romans do", dressing in togas and reclining as they ate. 112 and NYM!-X N 2 58 N. Plllrle Sl. G luhurg, lll. X i'wT llllll JlXxlil A. Spanish Club Has Actzve Year FRONT ROW: J. LaFollette, L. Carroll, P. Greer D Hiatt B Carr D Horn A Gimenez T Roach R Pillsbury SECOND ROW: D. Burnd-Vice President, J. Griffith Sec Tres D DeGraff P Gamage J Newburgh C Colvm B Purchase, P. Medina-President, J. Anderson, R. Swank Another of the GHS clubs de- voted to the study of language is Spanish Club. During 1974-1975 the club participatediin the multi- lingual banquet and the Monte Carlo night jointly luidertaken by all four language clubs as well as their own activities. The members staged a halloween party and several moneymaking projects to- ward their Spanish-style dinner at the end of the year. Mrs. Haef- linger, club faculty sponsor, stated, "I would like to see Span- ish Club enlarge. I would also like to see the club become in- volved in more schoolwide acti- vities." And then the Taco said This page sponsored by an rant Bulhs Insurance Agency Louis Lakls Ford Inc Nations Come Together A. Jacobson-Secretary, C. Hughy, B. Miner, L. Pearson-President, B. Carr, M. Smrz, L. Suttor, M. Leiner, K. Kelley, G. Mason, S. Hertenstein-Vice President. S tm. J Thanks to AFS, and thanks to GHS this year was for me a great experience in many realmsg not only in getting to know other schools here but also peo- ple, in different types of living styles in i other communities. Also to understand and accept others values, ideas, and to widen my own. I hope AFS will be- come better known so that more and more people all over the world will join together in order to .achieve it's goals, works, and to be able to talk together without any ethnic boundaries. meet Q Brigit expresses herself. C V sn' X . . 'X This page sponsored by HANSEN LUMBER CO. an Noun A:-on-v svnn nam. ue-Sll csAu:s!uns, :Lumens Ur fcetelietege "Where is Ghana?" One might inquire. Well, it is a country about the size of Oregon, found on the west coast of Africa, where I had a chance to live through a A.F.S. scholarship for nine weeks last summer. In Ghana I learned to appreciate another very differ- ent way of life. Living with a family of 14, with my host father having two wives, was a new situation for me. It was a chal- lenge to adjust to such things as shopping in an open air market place, washing clothes by hand, and eating goat, snails, and palm nut soup Cwith fingersj. Yet, I appreciate the chance that A.F.S. gave me to experience these and many other unfamiliar customs. A.F.S. is a great program and I am grateful to all those involved for their efforts toward the organ- ization. Lisa lib' YSOV1 qi. 713 ff!! 38 pe. qs.. Lisa Pearson My stay in India last summer was a truly unique experience. Adapt- ing to a totally different culture Cand its foodlj was a real chal- lenge. Through reading, talking with people, and observing per- sonally I learned much about India's history, religions, customs, and general way of life. And by living as a member of an Indian family, I gained a special insight of and appreciation for India and for the United States as well. I also gained a great many friends, both Indians and fellow Exchange Students from the U.S. The goal of AFS is international under- standing and brotherhood, through the interaction of differ- ent people. Ilm glad to be a part of that interaction, and my thanks for the opportunity goes to the American Field Service Program and its outstanding Galesburg Chapter. f A gf? 771. Tom Wetherbee D 44, --Q P A C Puts Emphasis On Service FRONT ROW N Meeker K Meeker A Chfford L Ford E. Johnson. SECOND ROW: M. Grissom, Mrs. King Program Action and Concern is an all- school service organization. Although the group is small, they sponsored several projects during the year, one of which was a Christmas toy drive affiliated with the annual firemans' drive. Money making was through a Christmas bazaar, and sta- tionary sale. Formerly Future Homemak- ers of America, the club has switched its emphasis to service and is no longer lim- ited to females. Student Actzon Lzes Ahead FIRST ROW J Waters President P Morling Vice President SECOND ROW: C. Conlon, A. Temleton, D. Emstrom L Clark D Hoosen THIRD ROW S Johnson B Parkinson J Swanson L. Patterson, D. Klapp, S. Hensley. Future educators or students interested in education made up the 30 members of Student Action for Education. Spring conventions, workshops, and club social activities highlighted the year. To raise money for the events, members scurried about peddling toot- sie pops and doughnuts. An annual moneymaking project is the chili supper following a January basketball game. Formerly Future Teachers of America, S.A.E. is now open to all G.H.S. students. This page sponsored by W.C. Thomas Electric Inc A Chance For Growth FRONT ROW: J. Brown, D. Teel, J. Jacobs, J. Gustafson, P. Hennefent, R. Schrodt, J. Swanson. SECOND ROW: R. Smith, C. Smith, C. Briick, M. Sand, J. Eiker, J. J. McNaught, C. Hottinger, R. Phipps, G. Sands, R. Ketner, D. Colwell. THIRD ROW: K. Nalley, R. Matthves, R. Moore, C. Riggs, G. Johnson, M. Philips, D. Billings, M. Martin, D. Reeder, M. Totton, D. Hoyle, D. Der- rick, J. Horkstrom, R. Swigart, B. Swank, Mr. Turpening, R. Eklund. The FFA theme for this year was "A Chance for Growth". The FFA operates on a principle of "Learning by Doing". Future Farmers of America provides vocational agriculture education to pre- pare high school men and women for a future in agriculture. The Galesburg Chapter members enroll in one of the agriculture classes offered. This year the Galesburg Chapter FFA competed against other area chapters. Pat Henne-fent represented Galesburg in the extemporan- eous speaking contest. During FFA week, February 17-23, members had radio in- terviews to promote FFA. At Christmas they sold grapefruit and oranges to raise money. From these and many other acti- vities, the communtiy and its agriculture profited, the members developed leader- ship abilities, a well rounded background for their future, and were given "A Chance for Growth". National Honor Society: FRONT ROW: M. Smith, S. Herten- stein, E. Bartlett, N. Bivens, L. Ya- remko, J. Alters, J. Waters, J. Watson. BACK ROW: M. Weichert, M Massingale, L. Harris, J. Sotrop, M Eshelman, M. Kennedy, M. Peterson D. Taylor, M. Willcuts, D. Maxwell C. Evans, T. Bergmann. 1 1 National Honcr Society, otherwise known as NHS, is the GHS extension of the national organization. It is designed to give honors to academically talented students. At the close of the first semester, an exclusive number of juniors and the top percentage of the senior class are elected by the faculty for membership. Eligibility is determined by the grade point average, which must be at least a 3.2. Among the annual activities are an induction cere- mony and banquet, usually in April. A new twist added to this year's club was the participation by six members on the High School Bowl panel sponsored by WOC-TV in Davenport. The panelists competed with area schools for 351,000 to be awarded to the school for use in a scholarship fund. N cztiomzl Merit Pam Pollard was named a National Merit Scholarship semi-finalist during the fall of 1974. Eligibility was determined by the 1973 PSAT scores. Pam w.as among 15,000 students nationally to attain Semi- Finalist standings. Semi-Finalists represent the top half of the top VZ: of their class nationally. Although Pam has not decided on a college or career, she is interested in foreign languages. 120 Pam Pollard Students Display Qualities FRONT ROW: L. Pearson, B. Henry, A. Suman, L. Dickenson, Y. Grossl, N. Williamson, A. Luna, K. Adolphson. BACK ROW: M. Ericson, D. Tune, P. Evans, K. Larson, T. Wetherbee, P. Knapp, B. Sandborg,'K. Wilson, A 3. A' ,O , 4, so V . K. Knosher. I ew dw' wg SENIORS: D. Aldrich, C. Allensworth, M. Anderson, B. Billingsley, C. Blust, S. Brown, L. Carlson, A. Car- man, T. Contro, K. Davis, L. PePrenger, G. Gerstenberger. S. Greer, J . Hagge, J. Hanlon, M. Haptonstahl, D Herring, J. Johnson, A. Koons, J. Kubis, J . Leath, J. Lindberg, M. Lohmar, M. McKillip, K. McOlgan, T Mackey, C. Maddrell, D. Mueller, M. Murry, S. Nemeth, E. North, T. O'Conner, C. Parker, R. Pillsbury, R Pillsbury, J. Rice, S. Sargeant, C. Simmer, L. Stevens, J . Swanson, A. Templeton, J. Wedell, S. White, D. Wick- line, P. Wise, S. Wright. JUNIORS: J . Anderson, J . Anderson, R. Aydt, B. Baldwin, T. Bergmann, M. Camp- bell, C. Claman, A. Conover, D. DeGraff, N. Flint, L. Gaisford, J. Goletz, N. Green, M. Helvick, S. Johnson S. Kelly, K. Knosher, K. Lentz, D. Lowery, T. Lunde-en, S. McKie, S. McKillip, P. Markivee, S. Nelson, P. P1u'cell, S. Reynolds, M. Schubach, A. Shaw, M. Smrz, K, Steck, D. Stoerzbach, Z. Urena. Each year, the Daughters of the American Revo- lution present an award to the senior girl who displays qualities of patriotism, dependability, citizenship, and service. Sherrie Hertenstein was nominated by the Senior Council to receive the 1975 award. Sherrie was President of the Senior Class, Vice-President of A.F.S., and a member of National Honor Society. The Sons of the American Revolution designate an award to the senior boy who is voted an ex- ample of patriotism, cooperation, service, and dependability. Steve Brown was this year's recip- ient, having been nominated by the Senior Council and elected by the GHS faculty. Steve was Drum Sherrie Hertenstein major of the band, President of the A Cappella Steve Brown Choir, and a member of N.H.S. He plans to attend DePauw University for pre-med studies. 121 Stage Call Promotes GHS Theater FRONT ROW: A. Tiehen, A. Berry, M. Lohmar, J. Goletz, K. Fender, D. Humes-Vice President, A. Jacobs. SECOND i ROW: B. North, C. Simmer, C. Getz, L. Clark, K. Pickard, J. Sotrop, K. Wynkoop-Historian, K. Wilson-President. Not Pictured: K. Adolphson-Publicity. Y , t N i When the curtains rise for a dramatic production at GHS, one is sure to find many Stage Call mem- bers participating onstage and backstage. Costume specialists, publicity experts, properties managers, and many other talented workers contribute to the efforts of the actors and actresses to produce the plays. This year's Fall production was Harvey, by 1 Mary Chase. The Spring production was Effect of Gamma Rays on Man-in-the-Moon Marigolds, by Paul Zindel. Many of the club members assisted in the A Cappella Choir musical, No, No, Nanette. Students earn points by actual participation in play production to qualify for membership. Besides their production activities, members had several money- making projects for their Spring Banquet. Stage Call President, Karen Wilson, observed, "It is a i privilege to be in Stage Call. When you are involved in a play, you appreciate people commenting favor- l ably afterward." l l f f This page sponsored by Mr. Griffith prepares stage decorations. TH E BAN K! El I P uv i C I FIRST GALESIUIG NATIONAL IANK T COIHTAILISHED IMIIMIMIII F.D.l.C ZE.llll...lllllPfIll'll!Illlh IrhlIlxPnIrlllllhlStnt1! Groups Further Dramatic Cause P Y FRONT ROW: A. Tiehen. SECOND ROW: C. Simmer, K. Wilson, M. Lomar, K. Pickard, D. Humes. Thespians is an International Organization of stu- sentations. The members were therefore involved in dents interested in furthering the dramatics in their the student plays for the public through the year. schools. Membership is attained through points They held a banquet at school year's end, with Stage earned for participation in any aspect of stage pre- Call, at which outstanding members were recognized. Mr. Peoples, C. Howland, S. Melton, M. Stephenson, B. Davis, M. Hendricks, M. Stephenson. BELOW: P. Crowell. The Stage Crew were the people behind all the scenes. They had the large responsibility of controlling the audio system and lighting. They worked the many stage and music performances and other presentations on the stage throughout the year. 123 This page sponsored by Huddle Inn There is no Such Thing us u Dumb Question! FRONT ROW: P. Maxey, M. Reed, A. Berry, N. Stephenson. SECOND ROW: R. Yaw, K. Pickard, Ms. Patterson, T. Will- cutts, D. Herring, G. Brown, R. Rouland. The Debate Team argued their case far and wide. They competed in State and National Debate Tournaments, gaining much exper- ience. Places they debated at were: Northern Illinois University, University of Illinois, and Augustana. The team members had taken or were taking the debate class. Poets Form Creutive Writing Club si Q ,Q :S I. Ferris, K. Boynton, P. Mead, Mrs. Fox, D. Worltheiser, P. Agans, A. Templeton, S. Smith. During the 74-75 ride through GHS a new club appeared in the scenery. Creative Writing Club became an activity through which young poets and prose writers could improve their abilities. Mrs. Fox sponsored the club which instituted some new services and achievements. One of the most obvious contributions of the club was the bi-monthly page of creative verse in the BUDGET. Another regular service was a poetry reading and creative presentations to the residents of Moon Towers. Meetings were weekly with discussions and selection of poetry for the BUDGET and the learning center bulletin board heading the agenda. To raise money for the various activities, the members sold baked goods. Many of the participants were poetry and creative writing students. This year's club had about ten members, but the seed has been planted and membership is expected to grow in future years as interest in the club grows. This page sponsored by 124 X Thomas Plumbing 8a Heating Co. 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Boynton, S. Cowman, D. Workheiser, L. Gav, K. Kelley, J. 1 Industrious Hams Communicate FRONT ROW: B. Bugland, S. Patterson, M. Martin, C. -Riggs, T. Welch, R. Murphan. SECOND ROW: Mr Trapani M Wheeler J. Swanson, K. Watson, R. Taylor, H. Stripe, Mr. Strip. The Industrial Arts Club activities were not restricted to one field. The club had a variance of school service and industrial education programs. The meetings, proof of their diversity, were of three types: educational- Mr. Trapani planned welding for in the springg fun - such as playing basketball with the FFAg and work meetings. Last year the club made note-pad holders for all the teachers at GHS. This year they continued to furnish note-pad refills. They sponsored a dance and sold Christmas trees to raise money. During the football and basketball season, they made team and individual buttons to raise the school spirit. From the profits, the club took a bus to the Alleman and Richwoods season-end basketball games. Towards the end of the year, they also toured a refinery near St. Louis. FRONT ROW: T. Zost, J. Anderson. SECOND ROW: P. McLaughlin, Mr. Gruba, K. Watson, P. McKillip. 129 RADIO CLUB The members of the radio club were those students interested in amatuer radio. The club's faculty sponsor, Mr. Gruba, has a radio license. The club plans to install a teletype sta- tion in the school. To raise money, they sold trees at Christmas time. This page sponsored by EALTY Artte Clubbe Serves School FRONT ROW: L. Pearson, K. Davis, D. Humes, P. Sherwood, P. Markivee, L. Shumardz SECOND ROW M Lohmar M Flesher, D. Gutierrez, J. Bohan-Treasurer, T. Contro-Vice President, J. Johnson President I Flater THIRD ROW J Goletz, D. Bell, R. Henness, J. Reed, J. Templeton, K. Wynkoop, L. Yaremko-Secretary "Murals, murals, murals" was the most common muttering of Artte Clubbe members during 1974-75. Seven of these wall-art master- pieces were painted by members for area elementary schools and Moon Towers apartments. The members' artistic abilities were further tested in set-design projects for Reflectavue and music department concerts. Several members attended a Gifted Program workshop in Decatur in early December. Funds for club activities are raised by the members. An unusual aspect of the club is that new members submit a portfolio to be judged by existing Artte Clubbe members. Those displaying high artistic ability are invited into the club. However, they must first pass an initiation test: feeding each other bananas while blindfolded. Jim Reed demonstrates artwork at Decatur workshop. Toni Contro s face lights up 130 dis .. Lab Assistants ana' Pasteur Society Preczpitate WI? was FRONT ROW: A. Luna, B. Ericson, J. Swanson, Mr. Maurizi, M. Bainter, D. Taylor, J. Mellentin. An underclassman taking chemistry at GHS may find a senior invading the class. These seniors are volunteer lab assistants. They help the chemistry teachers during a free period so that more individual atten- tion in lab work is possible. In addition to answering questions, they prepare the chemicals necessary for each lab and help clean the lab when the experimenting is over. A group of students interested in science, some of whom may eventually pursue careers in science, met to form the Pasteur Society. Two events domin.ated the 74-75 Pasteur calendar. The group toured Hinchliff-Pearson-West funeral home in the fall and planned a wildflower hunt in the spring. Mr. Maurizi acts as faculty advisor for the group. FRONT ROW: J. Mellentin, J. Sot- rop, T. Flint. SECOND ROW: M. DePrima, P. Knapp, P. Evans, G. Gerstenburger. Libmzjf Cadets Heqb Serve Learmng Center Library Cadets were a great ser- vice this past year, providing help to the Learning Center Staff and students using the Learning Cen- ter facilities. At the beginning of the year, they were required to attend training programs taught by Mr. Hoehn to familiarize themselves with the Learning Center and its procedures. During the hour spent in the library, they checked books, helped locate materials, and took attendance. This gave the library staff more time to help students individually. Everything you always wanted to know hm Simmons flhng books about what? This page sponsored by Protexall Inc. J. Scott, C. Mitchell, P. Carlton 132 Hall- Wanderers Aid Offices 1 FRONT ROW: U. Majina, S. Cowman, J. Stone, P. Horaney. SECOND ROW: T. Campbell, T. Baldwin, K. Archibald, B. Carr. Mrs. Benson. faculty advisor, considered Office Cadets as a class, although they received no credit and came during their study hall. Only seniors and juniors can be Office Cadets, and most of those who were Cadets had interest in a future business career. The Office Cadets did more than deliver coimselors' and teachers' messages and pick up attendance slips, which is all the majority of the student body sees. They help with typing, filing, and general office work, spending most of their period in the office. From helping and working in the office they received a good background for furthering their business in- terests. Knock! Knock! Who's that in the middle of history class? -an audio-visual assistant delivering tomorrow's film. But that's only one of the many jobs they per- form. There are A-V assistants assigned to Mr. Kenney throughout the day. They clean films and do some repair work as part of their training in audio- visual technology. Mr. Kenney provides the leader- ship and instruction in the use of the equipment. Some of the students plan to continue working in fihn or sound, but most assist because they enjoy the work which also benefits the school. R. Blue, D. Kuster, B. Blake. This page sponsored by and Galesburg Coca-Cola Bottling Co. 133 PIZZA HUT Students H eg? Students K. Wilson, T. McKay, M. Blucker, J. Scott, L. Lauderman, J. Mueller, P. Hendricks. "Okay. Today we're going to start out with 25 situps, 30 push-ups, and 10 laps. Is everybody ready? Then get going. One, two, three . . ." If you were an under- classwoman at G.H.S. in 74-75, this is something you might have heard in your P.E. class. A number of by being "Senior Leaders". They help oversee exer- cises, keep track of equipment, and provide demon- strations of various skills. Since P.E. classes are sometimes too large for a teacher to provide indivi- dual instruction, Senior Leaders help make P.E. senior girls volunteer each year to assist gym teachers classes more individualized. S. Bland, K Kelley, L. Spinks, L. Ford, I. Rucker, B. Kelley, K. Ford. An adult attending a G.H.S. home basketball game may sometimes find it difficult to keep from getting lost. Usherettes, a group of Pep Club members and volunteers, station themselves around y the gym to assist spectators in finding their seats. They also distribute programs for the convenience 1 of those attending a game. Mr. Sargeant, Pep Club sponsor, is advisor for the group. Kim Kelley i and Anitra Taylor are student captains of Usherettes. L This page sponsored by 134 and . Shane and Showers Shoes Templeton Roofing Co Organization Takes Pride in G.H.S. FRONT ROW G Dew, J. Blust, J. Brock, R. Wells, D. Jackson, D. Martin, C. Calderon. SECOND ROW: R. Jackson, S. Morris R Davis C Davis, J. Grover, V. Mathers, M. Adams, C. Nicholas, D. Wells, K. Bowman, J. VanDusen. THIRD ROW M Brock R Kemp, T. Stansburg, M. McMillian, J. Clegg, P. Puffinburger, J. Fisher, R. Reed, S. Emerick, G. Brit- tingham R Faulkner C. Schoonover. The G.H.S. Campus Pride Organization performs many services for the student body. Their efforts in keeping litter from cluttering the halls and school grounds both last year and in 74-75 have made G.H.S. a place of which to be proud. In previous years, pop cans were a particular eyesore. This year there were no pop cans. Campus Pride took the responsibility of dispensing pop by the cup at noon and after school for those who wished to buy it. The club also helped publicize athletic events and special programs a.t G.H.S. by keeping the marquee up to date. Mr. Sargeant sponsors the group. Coke or Orange? 1 3 5 This page sponsored by Wagoner Printing Co. Enthusiasm Shows Up in Soccer Club FIRST ROW: D. Taylor, S. Nemeth-President, J. Pollilo-Vice President, R. Bean. SECOND ROW: Mr. Sargeant, T. Lacey R Schrodt, J. Hanlon, M. Haptonstahl. Sparked by Steve Nemeth, third year president, the Soccer Club was out to have a good time. The club had no money-making projects, since they concentrated on just playing soccer. The really Nemo, why didn't you bring your trophy? This page sponsored by fantastic thing about Soccer Club was the enthu- siasm and interest of its members. The club plan- ned a game against Carl Sandburg Junior College, but it was cancelled due to the weather. Despite that disappointment, the 26 members practiced practically every weather-permitting weekend through the whole school year. At their practices, with Steve Nemeth serving as coach, they began with drills and individual skills, finishing with an inter-squad game. The Soccer Clubs of the two previous years turned out four Knox College Soc- cer Team members, and one on the University of Illinois team. In other activities, the Soccer Club won the Budget "Round-Robin" Football Tourna- ment. The hope of this club's seniors is that their enthusiasm and interest for soccer continues in years to come at GHS. and . . 1 is U Qi in Vine , , 136 G 8: M Distributors Inc. 400 E. Main P P GSL-Serves Commzmit FRONT ROW: C. Hughey, C. Peterson, A. Shaw, S. Clevenger, K. Davis, K. Brock. SECOND ROW: L. Gaisford, L. Sun- berg, J. Watson, C. Krupps, T. Baldwin, L. Hurst, C. Nelson. THIRD ROW: B. Wolfsie, C. Morgan, L. Henning, T. O'Conner. FOURTH ROW: C. Blust-Vice President, S. Greer-Treasurer, K. Markham-Secretary, P. Knapp-President. Possibly the largest GHS organization is the l50-mem- ber Girls' Service League. GSL is open to any girl who is interested in community service. Many of the club's activities help to start the school year. Members gave an apple and student directory to each teacher. Stu- dents were given the opportunity to buy a student directory for 75 cents. New girls and sophomore girls were invited to a style show and reception during the first school week. The first dance of the year, Pigskin Prance, was given by the club after the first home football game, this year against Iowa's Dubuque Wahlert. Among the GSL Christmas activities was a cookie packing project to benefit the Salvation Army. A year-end banquet was held to reflect on the activities of 1974-1975. FIRS'I' ROW: J. Moeller, N. Stevenson, S. Henley, K. Taylor, J. Swanson, A. Tucker, A. Burke, D. Marquis. SECOND ROW: S. Anderson, N. Davis, L. Nelson, L. Palmer, A. O'Conner, N. Hagge, B. Strader, L. LaFollette. THIRD ROW: K. Gioanne, J. Malthy, K. Youngquist, L. Nelson, G. Levinson, K. Lehning. FOURTH ROW: C. Clark, P. Swanson, M. Pedigo, L. Caves, P. Swanson, K. Lithander, D. Hare. FIFTH ROW: S. Roelhk, C. Williams, S. Fossler, B. Turley, L. Tucker, C. Bailey. SIXTH ROW: J. Furniss, D. Orr, D. Tharpe. Band Members Per arm FRONT ROW: J. Leath, I. Hebenstriet, L. Sutor, J. Wedell, P. Purcell, K. Steck. SECOND ROW: C. Madrell, C. Bland C. Rabenort, B. Parkinson, M. Brant, G. Linnenburger, J. Johns, S. Hahn, S. Brown-Vice President, C. Bailey. THIRD ROW: L. Lehman, D. Mueller, S. Swanson, S. Park, C. Hall, P. Middaugh, K. McOlgan-President, D. Hendricks, R. Henness, B. Mitchell, K. Lentz, B. Miller, J. Wedell-Treasurer, D. Barsema. FOURTH ROW: Z. Urena, D. Reed, D. Green, D. Teel, B. Lindstrom, N. Hanks, T. Tourlentes. The Symphonic Band was also the Marching Band and Pep Band. They started out the year marching at parades and the football games. In October, with the Gadets, the Band competed at the University of Illinois High School Marching Contest. The Band and Gadets placed third for class AA in parade competition, and Steve Brown won "best drum major" for the second year. The Pep Band played at all the basketball games, sometimes accompanying the Gadets at half-time. The Symphonic Band gave concerts at Christmas, Winter, and Spring. At the Winter concert, the Western Illinois University Wind Ensemble performed alone, and combined Trivia, but not for the band members. Marching band stands in formation. This page sponsored by 138 I-Iinchcliff-Pearsonfwest Funeral Directors 5 Variet of Musical Styles FIRST ROW: J. Totten, S. Olson, S. Harden, C. Anderson, S. Standley, N. Bivens-Secretary. SECOND ROW: R. Briggs, T. Bergmann, S. Sargeant, J. Griffith, P. Schrodt, K. Denley, S. Anderson, P. Wise, D. Herring. THIRD ROW: S. Pyatt, K. Pavlat, J. Pickrel, D. Weaver, J. Flater, J. Engholm, G. Barker, S. Zocchi, B. Cu1ver's trumpet. FOURTH ROW: B. Chad- wick, J. Larson, J. Van Gieson, M. Hannam, M. Flesher, T. Johnson, B. Diehl, T. Lundeen, R. Briggs, M. Bryant, K. Boles. with the Symphonic Band. First chair players from Western came the Friday before the concert to give section instrument classes to the Symphonic Band. This year GHS was host for the District Solo- Ensemble, and Organization Contests. Area high schools came for the Solo-Ensemble contest March 8, and the Organization contest April 19. Band members, interested in continuing music after graduation, helped plan and prepare these contests. Under the direction of Miss Rynott, these band members gained experiences and knowledge from many rehearsals and performances that will carry through the rest of their lives. The band can sing, too - "Ma.me." Working - but not on the railroad. 139 This page sponsored by Huddle Studio azz Ensemble Rates Superior FRONT ROW: T. Tourlentes, N. Bivens, J. Wedell, R. Henness, K. McOlgan, S. Kennedy, K. Lentz. SECOND ROW: P. Purcell, I. Lundeen, B. Diehl, M. Flesher, T. Johnson, S. Pyatt, Miss Rynott. THIRD ROW: J. Larson, B. Chadwick, S. Zocchi, B. Culver, K. Boles, J. Engholm, S. Brown. Oh, come on! The members of the Jazz Ensemble were 19 students from the Symphonic Band. The Jazz Ensemble gave many performances this past year, playing at the middle schools, a grade school, and the junior high schools. The Ensemble played for community ser- vice organizations, and the State Gifted Convention in Decatur. The Northern Illinois University Jazz Band, with feature guest soloist Rich Matteson, came January 8 for an assembly and a concert with the Galesburg Jazz Ensemble. The Jazz Ensemble competed in the Oak Lawn Jazz Festival at Oak Lawn High School February 1. They received superior ratings from all three judges, the first time the Galesburg Jazz Ensemble has received all superior ratings. The music the Jazz 'Ensemble played varied from Duke Ellington's "A Train", to J azz! Rock charts popular today. Those who closely associated with Galcsburgfs Jazz Ensemble agreed that it had furthered the accomplishments of the Jazz Ensembles before i-t. 140 A Cappel an Choir Members X AL l A - 4 FRONT ROW: P. Rupert, C. Hughey, L. Louderman, K. Adolphson, K. Markham, M. Erickson, I. Holt, M. Crain, D. Guitierrez, R. Hendricks, B. Nelson. SECOND ROW: N. Williamson, A. Shaw, M. Massingill, A. Carman, B. Sandberg, K. Wilson, G. Johnson, S. Goff, J. Larson, J. Miller. THIRD ROW: T. Baldwin, A. Suman, M. Nelson, G. Frymire, P. Mid- daugh, D. Weaver, K. Steck, K. Sapp, J. Steck, R. Nyman, B. Brown, C. Howland. FOURTH ROW: L. Dickeson, L. Stevens, P. Markivee, N. Sedlacek, C. Simmer, T. Bergmann, S. Park, M. Blucker, G. Saul, S. Brown, B. Diehl, K. Becker. Not Pictured: N. Bivens, R. Lytle, K. McOlgan, L. Standard. A Cappella Choir took a ride through 74-75 with a nostalgic twist. For instance, the choir appeared in the Reflectavue with a rendition of T wentiana, a collection of songs from the twenties. GHS history was made during the Christmas season with A Cappella's twenty- fifth annual performance of The Song of Christmas. The annual musical was another nostalgic joumey into the twenties. No, No, Nanettel, the 1925 musical, was given in late February by choir members with the assistance of Concert Choir and other school groups. 5 The choir, for the first time in several years, E competed in the State Organizational Contest, J this year held at GHS in April. Many members also participated as soloists or in ensembles when GHS hosted the State Solo and Ensem- ble Contest in March. Many of the choir members go on with their music in college and . later as a hobby. All remember the years they spent singing the choir theme, Cantate Dom- ino, under the direction of Mr. Hegg. Watch your hemli.nes, girls. d This Page SP0I1?0l'ed by .4 Moorgrlilectric Stern 8a Field 1 2 757 Harvey Provide Entertainment . 53: A A L. .. . 5 S i 3 S FIRST ROW: J. Stansbury, J. Berry, B. Baldwin, J. Johnson, J. Flater, M. Smrz, S. Bland, K. Davis, L. Hurst, P. Hendricks. SECOND ROW: I . Crowell, G. Johnson, D. Stoerzbach, B. Park, D. Humes, D. Crump, S. Wilkins, S. Torrence, D. Wick- line, K. Wynkoop, J. Junk, R. Howerton. THIRD ROW: D. Smith, S. Johnson, J. Van Fleet, K. Davis, D. Lowery, M. Baker, C. Priest, S. Olson, G. Lester, K. Nichols, E. Barlett, C. Peterson. FOURTH ROW: C. Johnson, B. Dwyer, P. Crowell, G. Delaynes, R. Pillsbury, T. Wetherbee, R. Hemming, L. MacDonald, D. Blighton, S. Sargeant, M. Shumard L. Pearson. Not Pictured: E. Bruntmyer, L. DePrenger, R. Lytle, K. McOlgan, L. Standard. 3 It is not! Hiya baby! This page sponsored by 143 Weaver-Yemm Chevrolet Inc 2195 N. Henderson hairs Strive 'SPIE K FRONT ROW: S. Cozad, R. Briggs, B. Wolfsie, C. Travis, M. Cash, P. Sailor, M. Kilgore, B. Hobbs. SECOND ROW: R. Briggs, D. Ericson, C. Root, B. Peake, S. Birmingham, H. Masters, J. Stroops, A. Thompson. THIRD ROW: R. Howerton, P. Marler, D. Hattery, J. Brown, J. Ferris, D. Barsema, S. Bogulaski, D. McKillip, T. Hedden. FOURTH ROW: Z. Urena, R. Perry, N. Flint, J. Stuart, A. Allen, S. Sanford, I.O1burg, S. Mellican, M. Burns. Concert Choir carried a vigorous schedule of performances at concerts, area schools, and community events. A black light routine to the popular song Joy to the World was presented during the Reflectavue. Choir members assisted the A Cappella Choir in the production of the musical comedy No, No, Nanette! by working on backstage and costume crews. First and second semester mixed ensembles were chosen for appearances in concerts and community sings in addition to the Concert Choir Girls' En- semble. Many members sang solos or in ensem- bles for the State Solo and Ensemble Contest in March. The women's and men's sections com- bined with those of the A Cappella choir in Chorus competition. The choir sang a high caliber of music and spent the hours of practice in anticipation of their ultimate goal, member- ship in the A Cappella Choir. FRONT ROW: R. Howerton, K. Fender, R. Berry, J. Olburg, SECOND ROW: N. Green, S. Sanford, R. Aydt, S. Bogulaski, R. Iewsbury. This page sponsored by and Simpson Powelson Lumber Company 144 Arlans For Excel ence ef. H. f ew, :s . , .. FRONT ROW: B. Hope, P. Coughlin, D. Holland, I. Kisler, Schatner, K. Fender. SECOND ROW: D. Cratty, D. Green Krupps, I. Godsil, K. Jackson. THIRD ROW: R. Jewsbury: J. Squire, R. Aydt, P. Behringer. FOURTH ROW: R. Davis T. McKillip, L. Nelson, T. Kisler, S. Anderson, N. Green, L B. Rolston, T. Mitchell, S. Smith, J. Fields, S. Muehe, C I. Jordan, J. Finley, L. Gerstenberger, L. Gaisford, R. Thorne, R. Olson, M. Ladwig, D. Icenogle, T. Leonard, M. Bond. FRONT ROW: D. Cratty, T. Mitchell, J. Smith, I. Jordan, J. Stroops. SECOND ROW: R. Jewsbury, C. Travis, P. Birming ham, K. Jackson, K. Fender, S. Bogulski, B. Hope. THIRD ROW: R. Briggs, H. Masters,, L. Gaisford, N. Green. This page sponsored by and Hawkinson Manufacturing Co. 145 The Brown Specialty Company 1200 Monmouth Blvd. hair Stresses Vocal Abilit 1 ,,,. . M W. , , i. .g .. . i , Q .,, g Q Q is C 3 Ns . 5, 1. s , k , 3 FIRST ROW: T. Melton, T. Lindberg, B. Smith, B. Strader, J. Boynton, J. Dugan, M. McEllen, S. Riggs, S. Henley, D Burger. SECOND ROW: J. Swanson, C. Anderson, D. Brown, S. Donaldson, B. Lisenbee, A. Burke, C. Mclntyre, M. Nelson L. Bohannan, D. Pascoe, I. Lee. THIRD ROW: A. Muehe, B. McCombs, L. Shumard, S. Cowman, S. West, C. Bailey, G Rosine, D. Burand, D. Wakefield. FOURTH ROW: K. Larson, K. Tracy, A. Tucker, M. Greene, P. Inglebright, B. Parkin son, T. Rohweder, D. Taylor, L. Butkovieh, K. Franson, L. Fosburg. Girls' Chorus is an exclusively sophomore organi- zation dedicated to performance of three-part music and training in musical performance. The chorus this year was the smallest in GHS history. The small membership was counted as an advantage since more extensive training was possible. The girls sang at each of the school concerts and for community groups. They presented a costumed hillbilly act in the annual Reflectavue. An ensemble was chosen from the chorus to further the proficiency of the members and as an educational experience. Many of the girls proceed in later years to membership in the Concert and A Cappella Choirs. Sophomore Girls' Chorus serves as a stepping stone for later high school musical experience. FIRST ROW: L. Nelson, S. Anderson, L. Shymard, B. Strader, M. Nelson, S. Henley. SECOND ROW: J. Swanson, D Taylor, A. Burke, C. Anderson, C. Bailey, K. Franson. THIRD ROW: C. Egenlauf, B. Parkinson, A. Tucker, D. Barsema M. Greene, D. Blythe A. Swedlund. P Swin Choir Entermins Communit . 3 P r r i i FIRST ROW: B. Diehl, C. Peterson, R. Hendricks, L.MacDonald, S. Brown, A. Suman, J. Stansbury, T. Bergmann, J. Lar- y son, P. Markivee, J. Berry, L. Pearson. SECOND ROW: L. Stevens, K. Adolphson, S. Bland, D. Wickline. THIRD ROW: K. McOlgan, P. Purcell, R. Lytle, C. Simmer, J. Crowell, M. Erickson, D. Stoerzbach, B. Dwyer. And here he is A new dimension in the music program this year was Swing Choir. Dressed in red, white, and blue, the twenty-four member mixed group offered a swingy style of music to add to its showy dance routines. The choir appeared in school concerts, Reflectavue, and at sev- eral community functions. They also competed in the State Solo and Ensemble contest at G.H.S. in March. Mrs. Graffouliere provided leadership to this group of A Cap- pella Choir members. This page sponsored by Owen Concrete Construction Co Girl's Ensembles Per arm or Public The Girls' Ensemble, selected from the A Cappella Choir, spent many hours preparing and per- forming music for school concerts and community meetings. There were seven seniors and four jun- iors in this year's group. Dressed in their blue knit dresses with white collars and cuffs, the girls sang for circle meetings, service clubs, and nursing homes, as well as company dinners and Reflect- avue. The ensemble provided a diversified repertoire ranging from popular tunes to the classics. R FIRST ROW: L. MacDonald, M. Erickson, M. Blucker. SECOND ROW: J. Flater, K. Adolphson, S. Park. THIRD ROW: R. Howerton, P. Markivee, K. Markham. FOURTH ROW: S. Bland, L. Stevens, C. Peterson. l f i FROM LEFT: K. Steck, C. Simmer, A. Suman, L. Dickeson, C. Hughey, N. Williamson, D. Wickline, S. Sargeant, L. Pearson, J. Flater. Triple Trio executed a variety of women's three part numbers during their year of participation in the GHS music program. The seven seniors and two juniors were chosen from the A Cappella Choir for into a complete ensemble sound. They performed for a variety of community and school groups in addition to concerts, Reflectavue, and Choir appear- ances. The girls gained wide recognition for their their high level of musicianship and ability to blend musical abilities. and This page sponsored by WE I-II-LO GROCERY CARE 931 S. Seminary St. 148 Haskins Electric Galesburg, Ill. 61401 342-1917 we' Ilurinq ll nrlfl ll'ur I- ffNlL'YlYIll'A!,' mu ilu' ltllkllltlll ull Ihr' l!ll'L'L'.Yl llnlzw .wllm in lllc' wurlzl. 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Schubach, D. McKillip, S. Cheeseman, Mr. Jerry Albright. FOURTH ROW: J. Noe, M. Wright, D. Rhodes, J. Smith, D. Bell, J. Smith, M. Hendricks, P. Sims, S. Wilkins, J. Frazier, R. Peterson, C. Biker. Coach Kelly Kane had a successful first year at G.H.S. This years team showed a feeling of confi- . dence and sense of winning. A scoring offense along with .a tough defense combined for the Streaks 5-4 season record. The offense led by sen- ior quarterback Marty Anderson was able to put many points on the board as shown in the 61-36 victory over East Moline. On the other hand the defense stopped many opponents such as the goal- ine stand against Rock Island to save their victory 15-14. With Coach Kane at GHS, more successful seasons seem to be eminent. I knew I shouldn't have worn my boots. This page sponsored by ' Holcomb Studio 5 E. Main St. Ph. 343-2317 154 Galesburg, Ill 61401 Galesburg 24 Kewanee 16 Galesburg 12 . .. ........... Dubuque 21 Galesburg 26 . . . .... Rock Island Alleman 12 Galesburg 13 .......... Burlington 17 Galesburg 12 ............ Quincy 26 Galesburg 6 ...... Moline 7 Galesburg 15 . . . . . . Rock Island 14 Galesburg 61 . . . . . . East Moline 36 Galesburg 25 ....... Pekin 14 Sopbomores Prepare or Varsiqf Ranks FRONT ROW: J. Deets, K. Lewis, B. Davis, M. Pacheco, T. Smith, M. Wilder, J. Headley, B. Ralston, B. Johnson, C Unger. SECOND ROW: T. Leonard, A. Pickrel, T. Shuman, M. Burns, B. Burdette, S. Gibson, R. Roe, M. Luetger R. Davis, L. Seward. THIRD ROW: Coach Bruington, L. Elliot, P. Fifild, P. Harley, D. McKillip, B. Barstow, J. Bryce, B Cheesman, M. Stodgel, M. Cunningham, T. Godsil, Coach Hickey, Coach Devore. Where did they all go? Sophomore football ended their season this year with a Win over Pekin making their record 3-5-1. The Defense looked stronger towards the end of the season, although losing three of their last four games. Their record didn't really do the team justice as three of their five losses were within 4 points. With a little luck over Burlington their record could have easily been 7-2. Coached by Mr. Bruington, this squad had a respectable year at GHS and are well prepared for the varsity ranks next year. Galesburg 24 .... ......... K ewanee Galesburg 0 Dubuque Wahlert Galesburg 22 ....... Alleman Galesburg 26 .... ...... B urlington Galesburg 8 .... ........ M oline Galesburg 0 .... .... R ock Island Galesburg 20 .... .... E ast Moline Galesburg 16 ....... Pekin Galesburg 10 .... Quincy 155 rought the pizza? X s Left, right, left, . . . p 1 w ! Hey! Wait for me. Oops. He caught me Tag, you're it! Charge! 156 i Q 4 2 1 X " Q ' -rm wx-I - :-- ,P 6? - ..S , a N W N Wav 1, -Q H. Q . Rf E 1. 2 1 Q U y Q ' Q Ax Q . K I f X -.: 1. Q V - I Q -X f xx A L ,ihllxgg f Q Qt x 3- rvffy ,fl . ,.,, .X vkak is i' 1 K M , f : b QSM X ui .. fi? 5 Vila.: Tennis, Swimming Continues at GHS FRONT ROW N. Stephen, I. Mueller, N. Green, J. Watson, C. Smith. SECOND ROW: T. O'Conner, C. Cllman L Gals ford I Heibenstreet, J. Parker, S. Maddrell. Girls Tennis ended their third year with a 2-4 conference record. The team received second place in the District with Jennifer Davidson going to the second round in state competition. Under first year coach Mrs. McDonald, the team posted their best season overall playing home meets at Lake Lawn since the High School courts were not finished until the end of the season. This year was the second year for girls swimming as they sported a 1-6 record. Their only win came against Olympia but later on in the year Moline forfeited to the Streaks making their record actually 2-6. Coached by Mrs. Coffman, the team has a better squad this season and more depth than last year. Depth will be a part of next year's team also as only two seniors are leaving and hopes of many sopho- mores joining the ranks. FRONT ROW: L. Patterson, P. Middaugh, J. Tonkin, L. Patterson, K. Mendrek. SECOND ROW: Mrs. Coffman T Clevenger G Rosine, P. Inglebright, N. Flint, L. Lehman. 158 l l Field H ockey Goes U ndefeezted FIRST ROW: M. Smith, J. Davis, L. Boone, L. Shumard, A. Hertenstein, K. Schaefer, C. Paetsch, C. Brick. SECOND ROW: L. Snyder, L. Louderman, J. -Hertenstein, K. Lange, M. Padilla, C. Huddle, C. Robertson, P. Gamage. THIRD ROW: Mrs. Hoehn, M. Shumard, C. Mueller, C. Colvin, J. Bowen, K. Turney, B. Knapp, A. Conover. In its third year at G.H.S., the girls Field Hockey teams listed their best season overall. Coached by Mrs. Hoehn, the Varsity squad ended the year undefeated at 6-0 with the Junior Varsity right behind with 5 wins and 1 loss. Girls Interscholastic sports has only been in Galesburg for a few years now, but with records like these they are here to stay. l L "Le'me" help! Ahhh . . . the sky's falling! 159 This page sponsored by Iohnson's Building Systems, Inc 4 Gay Becomes A Fall Sport FRONT ROW: M. Evens, D. Benson, J. Espejo, T. Bennett, M. Morrisey. SECOND ROW: B. Klapp, D. Stoerzbach, R Owens, L. Johnson, B. Nelson, S. White, Coach Soper. This year was the first time that Golf has been played in the fall at G.H.S. The Streaks Worked hard over the summer so they would be worthy competition for the meets ahead. Under the coach- ing of Roger Soper, the Streaks turned in another winning season with a 13-1 record, receiving 1st Swick on sports. place in both District and Sectional categories. In the Decatur Invitationa1,the Streaks got 7th place and later won 2nd place in the Western Big Six. With many good juniors and sophomores on the squad another good season should come about next year. Galesburg 150 .... .... R ock Island 159 Galesburg 151 . . . ...... Canton 164 Galesburg 240 .... . . . Richwoods 241 Galesburg 159 Monmouth 161 Galesburg 156 .... Kewanee 169 Galesburg 149 . .. Alleman 163 Galesburg 150 . . . Pekin 138 Galesburg 148 . .. ....... Cuba 182 Galesburg 194 Monmouth 203 Galesburg 161 ....... .... M oline 176 Galesburg Invitational . . . ...... . . 9th Western Big Six ...... ...... 2 nd Decatur Invitational . . . . . . . . 7th Campaign Invitational . . . . . 25th District ............. . . . 1st Sectional ........... ..... 1 st State Championship . . . . . . 25th Cross Country: Hzgla in Competition wwe i , . A l 9 W g" FRONT ROW: R. Blue, L. Haynes, M. Haptonstahl, T. Lischwe, I. Hanlon, B. Billingsley. SECOND ROW: Coach Massey. I. Pscheidt, K. Cox, P. Alvavado, K. Hunter, B. Artz, J. Watt, M. Hollis. Cross-Country is often overlooked as being a com- petitive sport at G.H.S. unless you are a part of it. Training usually consisted of running more than five miles a day during the summer until the season starts in September. Under first year head coach Evan Massey the Cross-Country team ended the year with a 4-7 record and received 8th place in the Western Illinois Invitational. Although with many good runners on the squad, the Cross-Country team finished in 5th place in the Western Big Six. Galesburg 41 .... Galesburg 50 .... Galesbing 18 . . . Galesburg 35 .. Galesburg 40 . . . Galesburg 27 .. Galesburg 28 . . . Galesburg 21 . . Galesburg 25 .. Galesburg 48 .... Galesburg 5 ...... n 1 Ottawa I vitational Western Invitational Quincy 16 Peoria Central 15 . . . . . Monmouth 43 .. . East Moline 22 ......Mo1ine 15 Canton 31 ...... Rock Island 27 Peoria Manual 37 Alleman 37 Richwoods 15 . .. Kewanee 43 20th 8th Western Big Six ...................... 5th District ......... This page sponsored by . . Thr emles and 16m1n tesl ter ...... UNDSAY e 1 U a Pontiac - Cadillac Inc. 163 KELLOGG AND TOMPKINS STREET GALESBURG, ILLINOIS 61401 and Robert C. Berry Insurance Streaks Pull 12-11 Record FRONT ROW: A. Hendricks, C. Finley, M. Mendez, E. Doss, R. Berry, B. Cheesman, K. Pavalet. BACK ROW: J. Stone, G. Wainman, R. Williams, P. Anderson, B. Dwyer, M. Campbell, M. Brown, S. Kelley, D. Mullin, B. Collier, G. Johnson. Sopbomores Post Perfect Season lipson. SECOND ROW: J. Deets, J. Parmenter, P. Pogue, R. Wil- liams, B. Cheeseman. THIRD ROW: C. Finley, S. Baldwin, M. Cunningham, I. Greene. 164 FRONT ROW: T. Massingale, K. Lewis, M. Wilder, Mark Phil- Height would be the word to describe this year under head coach Mike Owens. With five players well over six foot, Galesburg looked down at many opponents throughout the year with 12 wins against 11 losses. Although endingthe year on a losing note against Richwood in Regional competition, the Streaks put together a very impressive game winning streak to- wards the end of the season. This was a year of re- building for the Streaks with Mike Campbell, the 6'-8" junior center, the only returning starter from last years team. With nine juniors returning and a good sophomore squad coming up next year should be very promising for the Streaks. Varsity Basketball Scores 1974-75 Galesburg 69 .... ..... K ewanee 60 Galesburg 59 Quincy 62 Galesburg 55 .... . .. Peoria Manual 56 Galesburg 73 ..... Canton 64 Galesburg 55 .... .... L imestone 57 Galesburg 99 .. Monmouth 59 Galesburg 53 .... ....... P ekin 55 Galesburg 84 . .. East Moline 76 Galesburg 71 .... .... R ichwoods 79 Galesburg 67 Marshall 66 Galesburg 85' .... Rock Island 79 Galesburg 86 ...... Alleman 61 Galesburg 70 .... Washington 71 Galesburg 80 . .. . Crane Tech 76 Galesburg 63 ....... Quincy 61 Galesburg 68 ..... Moline 74 Galesburg 67 . . . . . . East Moline 61 Ga1eSbl1rg 66 . . . . . . Rock Island 77 Galesburg 71 ..... Moline 79 Galesburg 74 -- . .. Macomb 60 Galesburg 62 , , , , , , Alleman 60 Galesburg 51 . . . . .. Richwoods 103 Galesburg 75 . . . ......... . . . Sterling 75 Undefeated is what the Sophomore team was this year as they ended their season 22-0. An impressive squad, the sophomores, under first year head coach Barry Swanson, hustled every game this year crushing all opposition. Although usually performing before small audiences, as the year progressed more Galesburg fans attended, wondering if the Ponies could continue their winning streak. Throughout the year, some sophomores gained varsity experience with Mark Mendez playing extensively. This year was very pleasing for Coach Swanson and ass't Coach Evan Massey, who is also in his first year of coaching. The upcoming years for Galesburg basketball should be very worthwhile. Sophomore Basketball Scores 1974-75 Galesburg 87 ................... Kewanee 54 Galesburg 74 .... .... P eoria Manual 47 Galesburg 85 .,.... Limestone 45 Galesburg 64 ........ Pekin 56 Galesburg 93 ........... ..... R ichwoods 68 Galesburg 90 ................ Rock Island 51 Tournament at East Moline December 27 and 28 Galesburg 85 .... ....... A lleman 73 Galesburg 72 LaSalle-Peru 52 Galesburg 58 ....... Pekin 54 Galesburg 48 .... Washington 40 Galesburg 70 ...... Quincy 67 Galesburg 86 E. Moline 54 Galesburg 65 .... Moline 49 , Galesburg 54 . .. Alleman 52 Galesburg 70 .... Sterling 62 I, Galesburg 75 .... Quincy 52 ff' Galesburg 113 .... ...... C anton 37 Galesburg 82 ..... Monmouth 40 , Galesburg 75 ..... . . . E. Moline 51 I-wk at all those midgets' Galesburg 68 .... ..... A lleman 54 Galesburg 66 ........ Moline 48 Lewis on the move. 'Galesburg 81 ......... .... R ock Island 50 Th. is page sponsored by Eichom Jewelers 250 E. Main St. Galesburg, Ill. W v Finley for two! High in the sky. Williams puts it up 3-.l . . 35 A , so S331 'a ' Q Are you ready for the Silver Streaks . . . ? Linda Dickeson- alias Wamatosa This page sponsored by mms a Accsssoaues Galesburg, Il. 61401 168 Basketball Not Pastime Any Longer FRONT ROW: L. Snyder, D. Degraff, R. Roberts, J. Davis, M. Smith. BACK ROW: Coach Mrs. Hoehn, J. Johns, C. Hud- dle, C. Mueller, L. DePrima, C. Colvin, B. Knapp, A. Conover, Manager P. Gamage. Basketball has been a Galesburg pastime for a long time now and in the past few years the girls have gotten into the act. Now in their fourth year as a sport here at G.H.S. the girls strive for perfection during practices that are held at Hitchcock School. At the end of the season, the var- sity team had attained a record of 5-5. The JV squad ended with a 6-4 record. i Q This page sponsored by i Galesburg Concrete Materials Co l 1050 Monmouth Blvd. and Fesler Oldsmobile 8: Volvo Inc. 170 Students Appear in Lighter Side of Sports FRONT ROW: B. Collier, D. Stremmel. SECOND ROW: B. Baldwin, G. Wainman. 813-0 .fix P. Gamage, J. Newburgh, C. Robertson, B. Knapp. Tom Wetherbee received the annual Gerald Phillips Award. Each year, the Phillips Award is given to the senior with the highest academic standing of those winning letters their junior year. Tom's letter was in swim- ming. He is also on the varsity Tennis team. Tom spent the slunmer before his senior year in India through the A.F.S. program. Among his other school activities are A Cappella Choir, National Honor Society, Student Council, and Youth in Government. Tom plans to attend college and go into law. Concerning the award, Tom commented, "I feel honored to receive the award and to stand beside those who have received it in the past, because there have been some really great people who have received it!" This page sponsored by Behind the scenes in every sport are some rather unknown people called managers. This group works hard organizing equipment and supplies so the athletes will have everything at hand when they need them. Also acting in charge of first aid, the managers keep all medical supplies in order in case an injury should occur. They help keep scores and record books straight also. These young people take a lot of the worry away from both the coaches and the athletes and deserve a lot of credit for the job they are doing. ROSS and Shaver and Typewriter PPG Industries 112 B. Main St. 343-7917 172 1470 N. Henderson St. Galesburg, Illinois Galesburg, Illinois 61401 Swimmers Place in District Competition p . FRONT ROW: M. Jones, D. Harley, D. Hendricks, D. Bishop, T. Stevens, K. Kuntz. SECOND ROW: M. Helvick, P Coleman, B. Brown, J. Templeton, P.. Maxy, S. Norris, T. Behlke, S. Bitcon, M. Flater, G. Coughlin, Coach Art Fish Varsity Swimming, now in its second year, is getting closer to perfection as they ended the year with a 10-6 record. The team had more depth this year and was much more consistent than last season. Although their record doesn't seem that outstanding, most losses were by only a few points. Coached by Mr. Art Fish, the squad went to district competition and received a 5th place rating, which is highly respectable. Dave Bishop went to state competition in the Backstroke and ranked very high among the other swimmers. B This Page Sponsored by Dave Bishop soars towards state competition. Maglglges W ' ' J Sales 8a Service 06. 173 Delivery within 40 Miles of Galesburg Girls Volleyball Wins District 1 FRONT ROW: L. Shumard, K. Lange, M. Padilla, J. Hertenstein, M. Shumard, J. Aldrige, D. DeGraff. SECOND ROW: J. Newburgh, C. Robertson, C. Huddle, C. Muller, L. Louderman, J. Davis. THIRD ROW: B Knapp, L. Snyder, C. Col- vin, L. DePrima, Mrs. Hoehn. Still in its first few years at G.H.S. the girls Volleyball team had an impressive season with both the Varsity and Junior Varsity teams. The Varsity ended the year 6 and 1, winning lst place in the District competition with the Junior Var- sity also having a good season at 6 and 2. Although not yet much of a spectator sport, girls Volley- ball, plays an important part of G.H.S. Oops, its stuckt on the ceiling. Carol Mueller sets for hit. 175 Wrestlers Place in State Competition FRONT ROW: J. Thurman, S. Bitcon, A. Zavadil, S. Palmer, T. Camper. SECOND ROW: B. Mink, J. Heaton, J. Hall, S. Burger, D. Bell. Galesburg Varsity Wrestling squad ended the year 12 and 8. They came on with a five meet winning streak in the middle of the season although ending the year with losses to both East Moline and Moline. Coached by Mr. Wallace the Streaks received a fifth Galesburg 40 . . . Peoria Central Galesburg 26 ..... Limestone Galesburg 24 . . . Richwoods Galesburg 35 .... Quincy Galesburg 26 ..... Alleman Galesburg 18 .. . Rock Island Galesburg 25 East Peoria Galesburg 35 Lake Park Galesburg 38 .... Canton Galesburg 44 . . . Spalding Galesburg 42 .... Macomb Galesburg 27 .... Princeton Galesburg 12 ..... Dixon Galesburg 50 ..... Canton Galesburg 39 .... Kewanee Galesburg 18 . .. Burlington Galesburg 45 .... Geneso Galesburg 53 ....... Manual Galesburg 9 .. . East Moline Galesburg 6 Moline place finish in East Moline district competition. Senior John Hall went to state competition in the 167 pound weight class. Hall lost his first match but came back to defeat two other opponents to receive a third place rating. .4 l nth 51 36 Gczlesburg Tmck Team FRONT ROW: P. Felz, L. Haynes, T. McCwin, J. Frazier J Watt T Johnson T Lloyd SECOND ROW S Gibson L. Seward, B. Shaffer, M. Erdman, P. Vasquez, J Griffith J Hanlon T Lischwe J Pollilo THIRD ROW Coach Albright, G. Popplett, S. Wilkins, B. Barstow, C. Shawgo J Crain J Adair R Allen K Hunter E Dowd D Bell Galesburg Tracksters started off the season this year with two indoor meets at Western and Illinois State. Practices started early for the season. Many returning lettermen were on the squad which h.ad more depth than last year's team. Both the sophomore and varsity squads were coached by Mr. Albright who had very high hopes for his 1975 teams. 5 T Who raised the bar? Rodney flys by Retains Many Lettermen ffl FRONT ROW: M. Anderson, R. Blue, D. Tayl-or, D. Giles, C. Finley, T. Smith, T. Shuman, R. Peterson, J. Pogue. SEC- OND ROW: M. Schubach, B. Hottinger, S. Bitcoln, D. McKillip, E. Kilpatrick, M. Leutgar, P. Pogue, B. Billingsley, M. Hollis, J. Olberg. THIRD ROW: B. Camper, D. Maxwell, T. Duke, B. Mims, T. Stewart, D. McKillip, M. Haptonstahl, I. Kubis, R. Rowe, B. Burdett. This is a Buddah stretch. Run, Marty, Run. gt . fix - - . nssafs owl' Raise those knees high! 1 8 1 Feet! Do your thing. This page sponsored by Home Savings 8: Loan Assn Tmck Posts Third Year At GHS FRONT ROW: C. Huddle, J. Johns, M. Polite, L. Wright, L. Lauderman, B. Miner, P. Luna, L. Patterson, A. Anderson, J. Scott, J. Furniss, C Smith. SECOND ROW: L. Gaisford, L. Patterson, J. Maltby, J. Watson, J. Watters, T. O'Conner, S. Nelson, K. Taylor, K. Schaefer, T. Mixon, S. Taylor, C. Smith, C. Rosenberry. THIRD ROW: E. Helms, C. Clark, P. Smith, C. Claman, A. Conover, C. Trimble, K. Gioannini, J. Youngren, L. DePrima, M. Leiner, P. Markivee, L. McDon- ald, K. Ford. Gir1's Track is another one of the many new Interscholastic sports at G.H.S. Practices started in early March with a larger amount of girls than usual. The team, coached by Mrs. Coffman, is one that has experience and ability to be successful. Many able sophomores from the junior high ranks, along with some veteran letter winners. gives the team a lot of depth in almost every category. Now in its third year at G.H.S., the girls track team looks toward a successful addition to G.H.S. sports. Hey! Wait for me. Two for the road . . . Streaks Power Hit FRONT ROW: B. Farrell, K. Baker, K. Pavlat, L. Cross, S. Trimble, J. Vargas, D. Reed, M. Hanson, D. Aldrich, C. Parker, S. Cheesman. SECOND ROW: B. Farrell, J. Van Fleet, S. Rescinito, S. Kimble, W. Weedman, J. Stone, B. Dwyer, G. Johnson, K. Krisher, E. Doss, B. Holcomb, A. Hendricks, Coach Bruington. A new pitching staff highlighted the 1975 baseball season at G.H.S. The varsity team under 2nd year Head Coach Bruington had a better defense than last year's squad. Both the sophomore and varsity teams have more overall depth than last season. The varsity squad also sports a better batting line-up with many power . hitters on the team. Both the sophomores, who are coached by Mr. Hickey, and the varsity had high hopes for this season following a state finish by the Streaks in 1974. FRONT ROW: M. Wilder, M. Ailcon, R. Olson, R. Cisco, M. McDormit, G. Smith, D. Miller, M. Mendez, K. Chase SECOND ROW: A. Petentler, M. Wallace, J. Deets, M. Kimbrough, J. Parmenter, J. Blucker, M. Cunningham, S. Baldwin C. Hunger, M. Glasnvich, Coach Hickey. 184 Girls Head For Fairways Nine active girls make up the 1975 girls golf team at G.H.S. Practice started at Bunker Links with coach Mrs. Rosine after the Easter Vacation Break. Their were four new faces on this year's squad that started their season in April. Their six meet schedule consisted of Macomb, Rock Is- land, and East Moline, each play- ing the Streaks once at home and once on the road. FRONT ROW: J. Thurman, L. Shearer, M. Cash, K. Mendrek. BACK ROW: ' P. Mead, J. Coleman, N. Holliday, G. Rosine, Mrs. Rosine. Bowling Team Places Secona' The Girllg Bowling Team finished their season placing second out of ten teams at District. Through their December-January season, they met in the alleys: Rock Is- land, Abingdon, Avon, Canton, and E. Moline. The J.V.,s and the Varsity both finished at two wins and three loses. High scorer for the season was Debbie Down- ard's 204. FRONT ROW: D. Wickline, M. Blucker. SECOND ROW: P. Ward, Mrs. Rosine. THIRD ROW: T. O'Connor, A. Templeton. FOURTH ROW: A. Luna, D. Downard. FIFTH ROW: J. Germain, R. Hartley. 186 Girls Ready for Season Opener FRONT ROW: L. Snyder, T. Roach L Shummard P Middaugh L Lauderman L Patterson C Paestch R Roberts, E. Smith, C. Fitzsimmons SECOND ROW D Downard D DeGraff A Hertenstien M Nelson S Johnson, J. Soper, P. Carlton, L. Boone T Melton M Nichols Mrs Hoehn THIRD ROW B Knapp P rern K. Landenburger, M. Blucker, M. Knott L Treadway L DePr1ma P Inglebright C Colvm Balance is a part of the Girls Softball team with both good hit- ting and fielding. Coached by Mrs. Hoehn, the team started practicing March 20th in order to be ready for their season opener against Rock Island April 17th. This year's team had more depth throughout their 8 game schedule. Precision Plus FRONT ROW: G. Stacey, S. Stacey, S. Reynolds, R. Pillsbury, J. Edwards, S. Johnson. BACK ROW: T. Landeen, S. Bigolski, T. Willcutts, M. Helvick, R. Bean, J. Munson, S. Norris, D. Lowery. Tennis sported a new look this year as the new tennis courts were finished in October. The new courts gave the teams a nearby place to practice their skills and strategy. This years team was invited to a workshop in Burlington before the season started so they could practice with other area schools. Both squads are larger this year with the varsity being coached by Mr. Bradley and the sophomores by Mr. Trapani. Jim looks pleased with his hit. Steve practices his forehand. FRONT ROW: S. Shaver, S. Roberts, D. Benson, D. Clamen, M. Pavalet, G. Helvick. BACK ROW: S. Bland, B. Johnson, P. Headley, M. Willcutts, T. Wold, T. Martinson, T. Bennett, T. Greg works gn style and Willcutts. poise. i H' if' G Club Serves Athletics FRONT ROW: K. Vallero, S. Wilkins, M. Anderson, I. Pollilo, C. Parker-President, P. Headly, C. Spinks, D. Rhodes, T Lischwe, S. Bitcon, P. Simms, L. Haynes, J. Hagge. SECOND ROW: P. Anderson, A. Zavadil, M. Flater, D. Taylor, B. Hol comb, B. Hottinger, J. Kubis, J. Hall, B. Mims, D. Bell, A. Hendricks, S. Rescinito, B. Billingsley, J. Pacey, P. Coleman All boys earning a varsity letter were members of the "GH Club. To make the football and basketball games a little easier and enjoyable, they passed out programs, helped with SAA tickets, and provided a coat check at the basketball games. With the funds raised by the coat check they held a banquet for the parents, in appreciation of their understand- ing and support, and the members. Highlighting the banquet was a guest speaker from professional sports. The senior lettermen were each given a plaque, listing the team, or teams, for which they competed earning their letter. Through the year the "G" Club always tried to rouse the student body to support the teams. Bulls Eye This page sponsored by and HALPERN'S 189 J.C. Penney Co Cheerleaders Spark Entlaaszasm At Football Games D. Humes, A. Shaw L Henning R Brand K Markham L MacDonald Although a cold rainy night is fine for a football game, it isn't that good for the cheerleaders. Even in the worst weather, the varsity football cheerleaders will be out there cheering the Streaks on to Victory. The squad, coached by Mrs. Rosine, practiced everyday during the season working on mounts and various cheers used at football games. These girls are also very much involved in the Homecoming festivities. They ap- pear in the parade and lead cheers at both the bonfire and the game. These girls are an extremely wel- comed addition to the football season. Thls page Sponsored by He went that away' A I PHES 'A RED an HU FOX Ellis Jewelers X ' Q 4 X 5- .. - x X as , N 5 X . X K , X . "k a i '- w wk X w e M , ' ae' K 2 N XX X X Q .1 x X yy x 1' ? 4 xx X wx X X NF iss if :LN E 'is Nr V 'N wx Xi' xx Q S af J' ' 1 3 . X . '15, 53 x ' Y C X W , x g 3 al 5 ww fx Varsity Cheerleaders Per orm in Winning Fashion Darling! FRONT TO BACK: C. Blust, S. Greer, L. Scott, L. McCracken, C. Nelson, T. Mackey. Enthusiasm isn't very hard to find at a basketball game and the cheerleaders try their hardest to keep it that way. No matter what the consequences, these six girls will lead the crowd in cheers, perform acro- bats, and try to keep the Streaks in a winning fashion. Coached by Mrs. Rosine, these girls practice long and This page sponsored by McDonald's Restaurant 1072 N. Henderson hard on precision stunts and cheers to be ready for the basketball season. Sue Greer was the only veteran of the squad With the other five coming from junior varsity and sophomore cheerleading. These girls are all fine representatives of Galesburg High School and add a lot to basketball throughout the season. 192 Ponies Cheer On to Victory C. Smith, S. Humphrey, G. Rosine, T. Smith, J. Furniss, S. Owens. Although usually performing be- fore small audiences, these girls get up the crowd's enthusiasm to cheer the Ponies on to victory. With the sophomore team going undefeated, enthusiasm came fair- ly easily. But don't take any credit away from the cheerleaders. All year long these six girls worked hard with hopes of making the varsity or junior varsity squad in the years to come. Coached by Mrs. Rosine, the sophomore cheerleaders also helped out with the varsity entertainment by work- ing with the varsity cheerleaders during the pre-game show. Got that fly! men, Amen This page sponsored by and Hertellslem I-0311 CO- 193 Alton Box Board Company Practice Pays FRONT ROW: T. Mackey, C. Nelson, C. Blust, S. Greer, L. McCracken. SECOND ROW: B. Wolfsie, L. Scott, K. Robinson, L. Hillier, I. Junk, K. Archibald, L. Smith, D. Bevard, N. Vitali, L. Schactner. THIRD ROW: P. Morling, J. Foley, T. Mixon, K. Larson, D. McCracken, C. Forrester, M. Leiner, S. Hecht, C. Smith, M. McEllen. FOURTH ROW: D. Barsema, C. Clark, C. Bjorkman, T. Smith, G. Rosine, S. Humphrey, J. Furniss, E. Helms, L. Bohannon. This year's Streakettes opened their performance season during the Reflectavue in November. Since then, many hours of prac- tice have gone into their routines seen during the halftime break at basketball games. 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W .4 - N ' Q- """' 'U JA.-A -vi A qi 1.11 1 A J V, ' mt' 1 K' ' 11 I 7 H' 1 A2 . 11 f 4 7. Q - ff Iron horse movmg on. N' - 1 Aj 196 A QT 'F , .ww A -Mb. wan. Nm ,. - Q - .Q - . W- gwi, A . . 3 R 4? lg Marty Amlcrwn ami Qucun Suu Urccr . ' Y "The Wild West" Rides On "The Wild West" served as the theme for the cele- bration of Homecoming 1974 at Galesburg High School. Festivities got underway Thursday, October 3, at an assembly, where the Homecoming royalty was crowned. Tom Redington served as Master of Ceremonies while Student Council President Chuck Teval crowned the royalty. Thrusday evening, a motorcade proceeded from Chambers up Main Street. The three class floats, as well as the GHS, Lombard, and Churchill bands, added to the festivi- ties. The seniors placed first with their float, 'tHang 'Em High". In keeping with the Reflector theme, Crownbearers Stacey Swanson and Darren McKillip. other royalty candidates piled into the back of a 197 4 Ford Ranchero. After the parade, GHS loyals appear- ed at a pep rally around the bonfire north of Van Dyke field. Festivities continued Friday, October 4 with the game against the Blue Devils of Quincy. The Streaks were outscored 26-12. Saturday night, the gym was transformed into a country atmosphere for a wild-west hoedown. Eternity Road provided music in the hay-filled setting, which was complete down to a live barn cat. GHS student, Dave Lavender, and friend, Pat Leeson, entertained the crowd of 150 at intermission with their folk songs. The 1974 Homecoming celebration ended with the crowd gradually disbanding into an October rain. 201 l i l , i Jr. Attendant Carol Krupps and escort Andy Hendricks. Take a Ride, the royalty appeared in antique cars provided by Pep Club and area owners. Sue Greer, queen, and Marty Anderson, king, rode in a 1908 International Auto Buggy with Stacey Swanson and Darren McKillip, crownbearers. Sue Maddrell, rep- resenting the sophomore class, and her escort, Dave Hecht paraded in a 1939 Studebaker Sedan, junio-r Carol Krupps, along with escort, Andy Hendricks, were driven in a 1925 Chevrolet Sports Coupe. The Soph. Attendant Susan Maddrell and escort David Hecht. T f r ix Q gf X .. Di, Q 6 ,ilijix 1' if I , t. W.4ff'g . e 0 4 , Q - i . M nkxk X-J 'W' 0 is in Charlene Blust and Scott Bitcon Ioan Holt and Craig Parker Gi? Q Music provided by "Eternity Road". Intermission entertainment by Dave Lavender. M., L. A me no I h ...M Q re - . N In r ,W , . '..xr 1 A1111 KOOHS and Bill C3-IUPUI' Kris Markham and Dale McKillip 202 Invisible Rabbit Eh What s up Doc? "Harvey" was the 1974 Fall play. Written by Mary Chase, the play is based on a man, Elwood P. Dowd, who is a bit unusual. He has a friend who is a six foot tall rabbit. This rabbit is named Har- vey and for some reason is visible only to Elwood. Elwood's sister Veta,tries to have him put away, but somehow ends up On the fun- ny farm herself. Dr. Chumley, head of the institution,soon finds he, too, believes in Harvey. The play was put on by the drama department and was directed by Mr. Dale Allard. The makeup crew was aided by Gwen Webb, a Knox College student. CAST Harvey ................. Himself Elwood P. Dowd ...... Steve Brown Veta Louise Simmons . . Karen Wilson Dr. Chumley .......... Phil Maxey Dr. Sanderson .......... Jim Sotrop Mrs. Chumley ...... Amy Jacobson Wilson .............. Kurt Pickard Myrtle Mae Simmons . . Dana Humes Mrs. Chauvenet ........ Ann Tiehn Judge Gafney ........... John Rice E. J. Lofgren .... .... F rank Garza Nurse Kelly . . . .... Joan Goletz You don't say! 204 and Ray's Hobby Shop Shows Up On Stage Head Shrinks Inc. I SOUR be me Isn't cosmetology wonderful? Really, Harvey! 205 Students Sing, Dance Play it again, Steve. Tutti Fruiti in the Sth? , rs 'S fig 51 ,f - 4 it kt A ". . . a bushel and a peck . . ." 270, 360, 180, 420, 15, 23, pivot, pivot . . . QW We won't last a day . . . "Don't look now, but there's a photographer down there 206 with "Fremont Follies" "Fremont Follies" was the theme of the 74-75 Reflectavue. The show, the profits from which go to the Reflector, was very successful in that substantial funds were raised for the yearbook. Preceded by two nights of dress rehearsal and several weeks of planning and practice, the Reflectavue was presented Friday and Saturday Evening, November 22 and 23 in the auditorium. Among the 34 acts were such organizations as the Swing Choir, Streakettes, Gadets, A Cappella Choir, Concert Choir, Girls' Chorus, and Jazz Band. Solos were done by Debbi Blighton and Randy Turner. A group of band members presented a novelty number depicting a band practice. Another group of band members combined forces to give a rendition of the theme to The Sting with water-filled bottles. The percussion sec- tion got into the act with a "far out" novelty piece using lights as background. The Soul Patrol demonstrated a variety of modern dance steps to modern soul music. A show wouldn't be complete without kicklines. A group of sophomore girls made up one kicldine while another group of junior and senior girls composed' another kickline. Re- flectavue is a major event in GHS life because everyone can become involved. The students work hard to present their acts for the enjoyment of their fellow students and the general public. "I'll sure be glad when you're old enough to do this Debbi tells all. yourself." vi "Wait 'til Rynott gets her hands on you!" and This page sponsored by CLARK DRUG STORE Galesburg Glass Co. 207 1440 N. Henderson St. Ph. 342-4169 85 North Broad St. Galesburg, Ill. 61401 Brown and Nelson Reign King Steve Brown and Queen Cathy Nelson If I could only remember which steps go where. PLAZA PHARMACY Prescriptions This page sponsored by A centrally located complete Drug Store serving greater Galesburg 23 4-L Plaza Broad dz North Sts. Galesburg, Illinois 210 Phone 342-8191 The theme of this years Winter Formal, January 24, was "Stairway to Heaven". "Nouveau-4" played at the dance, spon- sored by the Student Council. Crowned King at the dance was Steve Browng and Queen, Cathy Nelson. The other candi- dates were, for King: Greg Mendrek, Tom Redington, Chuck Teval, and Steve Tracy. Queen candidates were: Tami Baldwin, Lauri Hurst, Pam Littlefield, and Cindy Maddrell. 120 couples attend- ed the formal, voting for royalty at the door. Dave Lavender and Pat Leeson played guitar duets at an intermission, including their own composition "Sleezy Louise." NORTH SIDE DRUG Prescriptions Sz Convalescent Aids A full service neighborhood drug store serving Westem Illinois. 1170 No. Seminary St. Fremont Galesburg, Illinois Phone 342-1184 This page sponsored by Galesburg Register-Mail A Cappella p Choir Those where-has-my-hubby-gone blues. Fifty years ago, in January 1925, a musi- cal opened on Broadway which typified the naivete of the twenties. The show was "No, No, Nanettef' based on the book by Frank Mandel and Knox Co11ege's Otto Harbach. The music was composed by Vincent Youmans and lyricists were Irving Caesar and Otto Harbach. A Cappella We're engaged . . . to be married. 212 What AM I doing here? Choir chose the 50th anniversary year for its rendition of the show. "No, No, Na- nette" had a phenomenal number of classic one-liners as well as the usual romances and misunderstandings. Highlighting the musical numbers were tap dance routines, chorus work, a ukelele chorus and band accompaniment. All scenery and costumes were strictly with the 20's, creating a feel- ing for the period. "No, No, Nanette", performed Thursday and Saturday, Feb- ruary 27 and March 1, provided colorful, humorous entertainment for all those attending. On the second night, the G.H.S. auditorium was all but filled, for which reason the Choir members termed the show a success. Mints To Be Happy CAST Karen Adolphson Pauhne ....... . . . . . . Cindy Simmer . . . . . . . Karen Wilson Steve Brown Lucille Early Sue Smith . . Jimmy Smith ....... Billy Early ....... John Stansbury Tom Trainer ..... Dan Stoerzbach Nanette .......... Pam Markivee Flora Latham ........ Amy Shaw Betty Brown ...... Laura Stevens Winnie Winslow . . Lori McDonald Whatape i l gg I Flora to her friends. Spending money's not throwing it away, Sue. FACULTY PRODUCTION STAFF Musical Director ............................... Ronald Hegg Technical Director ........ ............ C harles Krause Choreography 8a Costtunes . . . . . . Mrs. Ronald Graffouliere Orchestra ............... ........ M iss Sally Rynott Stage ............ ..... M r. Jared Lacy Sound and Lights . . . .... Mr. Ray Peoples 213 achy beach! I want . . . to be happy. This page sponsored by Rusty's Country Fried Chicken and Galesburg Holiday Inn 1 Aillmf TEEN fflllA'.Yl7lII',Q. k4'l'pi1l,g' up will: nmflvrn ll1lllH'tlllHIl.Y. was zIir'z'c'l1'zl Ivy lln- l'lllfl'll,V llml il lnwzlvfl ml airport. In 1928 llu' firxl !llI'17llI'I zwlzzllzilllw wax upfmilzlmlq ily jirxl lim- uf ,lll.Vllll'.Y.V Irving: lu ,lilnl ll l7lfIL'l' fur an lllI'pUl'l. Tllv lllllzl nn lln' Il0l'lllW4'.Vl l'!!l'llL'l' nf Fl'l'llllIllf mul fIL'lltI1'l'.X'Hll wax rvwwllm'mlr'1l, will .slmrllvv IHTIIIIIC' lllv yllc' ufGulv.vlv1l1',u'.x' firxl nirpurl. 'lllz' llll'IIl7l'l lmll Iwo l'llllH'Il,V.X', mul llw first vlliglll inln Gulcxlvllrg nm- in lln' Xflflllitf uf 19314 .vo fllllf'.X'lllll4.U hull ilx llll'1Hll'l. A rlflwlrbx' uf lllz' mm' uirpurf :mx in uir-.wrA. 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W, 5 3 z 2' 3 2 5 a 2 3 2 53 Z Z5 3 ?' 2? .L r' F ,A- X ' 1 fx , Ai ' 1 E A N -wemzmw ev ww bam People in H zgla Places Lead Schools Dr. Barney C. Parker, Superinten- dent of the Galesburg Community School Unit 205, has the respon- sibility of providing educational leadership for Galesburg Senior High as well as two junior highs, five middle schools, arfd fifteen elementary schools. His leader- ship supported by the Board of Education, encompasses many phases of decision-making. His primary concern at all times is for enrichment and benefit of boys and girls of the Galesburg Schools. The Board of Education, the group of elected officials responsible for the smooth operation of District 205, is involved not only with GHS, but with all Galesburg area schools. Through their unpaid efforts, new curriculum and programs are backed up. Many students never see a board member, but they must remember that, as in a dramatic production, the behind-the-scenes people are vital. FRONT ROW: Mr. I. West, Mr. R. Mnstain, Mrs. W. Kelley. SECOND ROW: Mr. I. Lillie, Mr. R. Rozynek, Mr. I. Davis Mr. W. Lacy, Mr. D. Hawkinson. 220 Mr. George Miller - Principal 1 1 Mr. George Lundeen - Assistant Principal Mr. Gene Denisar - Assistant Principal Mr. Chauncey Kenney - Audio-Visual Mr. Ray Dunn - Vocational Director Director 221 Mrs. Carleen Benson Mrs. Leah Chapman Mrs. Chapman performs walking duties. People Behind -- Q .uithhuuu K Mrs. Dorothy Dralle Mrs. Dorothy Folger Try to imagine how much record- keeping is involved in a school of some 1,900 students. In addition there is typing, filing, registration, attendance - not to mention the constantly ringing phones. It takes a large, well organized, and effi- cient office staff to keep things under control. GHS is fortunate to have the well-trained staff it does. Besides their regular duties, the office staffers seem to be able to find time for the extras for the teachers and students. The duties of educational secretaries make their job just a little different and a little more fast-paced than that of a regular business secretary. Mrs Florence Hendricks Mrs. Mary Petrie Mrs. Wanda Stine Mrs. Beverly White the Scenes Mr. David Bradley Mr. John Browning Mrs. Anne Byram Mr. Bill Collis Why does this always happen to me? Class scheduling, distribution of college and career information, and personal guidance are just a few of the duties taken on by deans. They help keep the individual informed and organized and aware of the value of a high school educa- tion. To many students, a class dean is a person to help with individual problems. Each student is responsible to his or her dean for attendance or grade deficiency. Deans also aid in college and scholarship applications. These full-time professionals help make G.H.S. an individual experi- ence and not just a group labeled "high school students". i 4 Mr. Doug Fitch Mrs. Grace Kraft Miss Nancy Westerfer Mrs. LaMorne Schurtz Nurse Teachers Impart Knowledge The GHS teaching staff represents people from many areas, backgrounds, and philosophies. Each individual contributes his or her knowledge and personality to the education of the students. Through this diversity, the students learn how to deal with people. Of course teachers are also expected to impart knowledge of the academic subjects to their students. In addition to that, teachers provide leadership for the many school-spon- sored activities and coach school athletic teams. Although students usually see teachers only when surrounded by books and hall passes, they must realize that teachers are also individuals who have been educated and prepared for their profession. Mrs. Mary Bangert Business Education Miss Kathy Born Business Education Mr. Riley Bowen Science N s 224 Mr. Jerry Albright Drivers' Education Mr. Dale Allard English Miss Jane Andrews English Mr. John Auguston Industrial Arts Mr. Gary Bruington Physical Education Mrs. Louisa Buck English Mrs. Mary Burgland Mathematics Mr. Glenn Busse Social Studies Mr. Dave Cass Mathematics Mr. Marvin Cochran Science Mr. Dan Corbin CW T Mrs. Betty Creekmur Home Economics Mr. Bill Creekmury Industrial Arts Mrs. Trudy Coffman Physical Education Mr. John Conner Agriculture Mrs. Mary Conover Home Economics Mr. Jimmie Crown Art Mrs. Kathleen ,Daley Special Education Mrs. Charlotte Davis German Mr. Hal Devore Social Studies Mrs. Helen Dunn Mathematics Mr.. George Eacott D.0. Coordinator Mrs. Patricia Fox English Miss Gretchen Gates Mathematics Mr. Auggie Gatt Industrial Arts Mr. Robert Ernst Physical Education Mrs. Ruth Finn English Mr. Art Fish Physical Education Mr. John Glasnovich Social Studies Mrs. Betty Graffouhere Vocal Music Mr. Robert Gruba Electronics Mrs. Marilyn Gulson Home Economics Mr. David Gunderson Business Education Mrs. Janis Haeflinger Spanish and German Let's try a woman to woman defense! 4 227 Mr. Stephen Hawes Social Studies Mrs. Clarice Hegg Latin Mr. Roland Hegg Vocal Music Mr. Mickey Hickey Driver's Education Mrs. Terry Hoehn Physical Education Mr. Tom Hoehn Librarian I know this is my room! 228 Mrs. LaDonna Huizenga Mr. Lewis Irwin Special Education Industrial Arts Mr. Patterson welcomes you to the Learning Center. Mrs. Zenobia Jefferson English Mr. Bob Johns Physical Education Mrs. Raye Johnson Business Education Mr. Fred Kuster Social Studies Mr. Jared Lacy Art Mr. Tom Lentz Industrial Arts This page sponsored by commumrv BANK or cmssunc E M ria- f, Mr. John Kessler Mathematics Mrs. Janis King Home Economics Mr. Charles Krause English ti s Miss Cynthia Leonard Instrumental Music Mrs. Joan MacDonald Physical Education Miss Arm McKenzie Business Education and m'9'6' 238 E Main Mrs. Miriam McNeil English Mr. Charles Mallin Industrial Arts Mr. Evan Massey Social Studies Mr. David Moore Social Studies Miss. Janice Patterson English Mr. Joe Patterson English ' Mr. Ken Maurizi Biology Mrs. Sylvia Miller English Mrs. Benita Moore Social Studies Miss Ann Pennington Spanish Mr. Ray Peoples Industrial Arts Mr. Howard Purcell Social Studies Mr. Joe Rodeffer Mathematics Mrs. Sheila Roehlk Reading Lab Mr. William Roehlk CWT It's just one of those days. Mrs. Beverly Rosine Physical Education Miss Sally Rynott Instrumental Music Nowthat 've grad don't your I'iClldS. Miss Dolores Ryner Business Education Mr. Bill Sargeant Special Education like us. WQQS HSQOQSZSVZ Have it, E Mr. Robert Self Science Mrs. Janet Shelly French Mr. Roger Soper Social Studies 1 This page sponsored by Q 21 E. Main That description fits Chuck. 232 Mr. Bruce Spencer Science Mr. Stanley Stripe Industrial Arts Mr. Philip Trapani Industrial Arts Mr. William Turner Spanish Mrs. Mary Helen Wade Business Education Mr. R. E. Wallace Driver's Education Mrs. Dorothy Watt English Mr. Richard White CWT Mr. Don Wright Driver's Education Miss Joyce Wuehle Home Economics This page sponsored by Galesburg Builders Supply Co. 600 E. Main Another exciting day. r Workers Prepare Noon Meals FRONT ROW: N. Lindberg, S. Cline, M. Young, L. Johansen, E. Harshbarger, V. Wilson, E. Ellison. BACK ROW: B. Moore, I. Stewart, F. Foley, D. Ingle, M. Moore, C. Jordan. The cafeteria workers at GHS spend many hours preparing the noon meals served at GHS. They come to school early in the morning to make prepara- tions. They work as a team in assembly line fashion preparing the food and serving it. After the meals, they all pitch in to clean up and get ready for another day. 42 extra milks at 6 cents each . . No you can't have two plates. 234 Custodiems Keep School Clean What would a school be like if no one kept the floors swept, the equipment repaired and walks shoveled? Fortunately, no one need ever find out, since GHS has a large custodial crew. They spend hours after school picking up after other people and even lend a hand during the day to keep things running smoothly. Do you call this air conditioning? CUSTODIANS: FIRST ROW: Mr. Moore, Mr. Berggran, Mr. LaBrash. SECOND ROW: Mr. Arnold, Mr. Sandburg, Mr. Ben- nett, Mr. Killeen. This page sponsored by and Dave s Book lk Card Shop H Dorws sPokr CENTER g""-f Q HEVERVYNING FOR THE SPORTSMANU am 235 Wx cnizsauncniun u cum H' Galesburg News Agency vo gb xx rs nenoas, rnnrmsv f' I, 343-ms "er Cindy Adams, 14 Dan Addis, 14 Nancy Addis, 14 Karen Adolphson, 14, 99, 121, 142, 147, 148, 213 Emily Alberto, 14 David Aldrich, 14, 184 Charles Allen, 14 Connie Allen, 14 Kathy Allen, 14 Chelsea Allensworth, 14, 195 Julie Alters, 14, 120 Mike Alvarado, 14 Curtis Anderson, 14, 139 Cynthia Anderson, 14 Marty Anderson, 14, 154, 181, 189, 200 Timmy Anderson, 15 Vergene Anderson, 15 Laurel Babbitt, 15 Gregory Bacon, 15 Julie Bainter, 15 Kenneth Baker, 15, 184 Michael Baker, 15, 143 Tami Baldwin, 15, 133, 137, 195 Richard Banks, 15 Kathy Barfield, 15 Gary Barker, 15, 139 Debbie Barnes, 15, 195 Diana Barragan, 15 Ellen Bartlett, 15, 99, 100, 105, 111 120, 143 Garry Barton, 15 Sandra Bass, 16 Susan Bean, 16 Milton Becker, 16 Patricia Beckman, 16 Nancy Behrens, 16 Lisa Bennett, 16, 195 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Douglas Kennedy, 29 Mark Kennedy, 30, 98, 100, 120 1 Kim Kilgore, 30 Nancy Kilgore, 30 Konnie Kimball, 30 Scott Kimble, 30, 184 Dale King, 30 Jeanne Kisler, 30, 100 William Klapp, 30, 162 Patricia Knapp, 30, 98, 121, 131, 137 Margaret Knott, 30 Ann Koons, 30, 195, 202 Curtis, Kramer, 30 Don Kraul, 30 Kevin Krisher, 30, 184 Mary Krupps, 30 James Kubis, 31, 181, 189 Anita Kukuk, 31 David Kuster, 31, 133 Thomas Lacy, 31, 136 Stephen Lakis, 31 Sheldon Lampson, 31 Kenneth Larson, 31, 121 Mary Lawson, 31 Joyce Leath, 31, 138 Robert Lee, 31 Rachael Leonard, 31 Clara Lepard, 31 Geraldine Lester, 31, 143 Jeff Lindberg, 31 Ellen Line, 31 Katherine Liska, 32 Pamela Littlefield, 32 Thomas Logsdon, 32 Mary Lohmar, 32, 122, 123, 130 Jim Longcor, 32 Lynne Louderman, 32, 159, 175, 182 187 Annette Luna, 32, 121, 186 Randy Lytle, 32, 142, 147, 149 Sue Macari, 32 Janice Maciel, 32 Theresa Mackey, 32, 192, 194 Debbie Mackie, 32 Cynthia Maddrell, 32, 138 Robin Madwig, 32 Dave Makeever, 32 Rebecca Mangieri, 33 Kristine Markham, 33, 99, 137, 148, 190, 202 James Marshall, 33 Marie Marshall, 33 Charles Martin, 33 Joseph Martin, 33 Terry Martin, 33 Melody Massingill, 33, 120 Brian Mason, 33 Tony Mason, 33 G. Philip Maxey, 33, 124, 173, 204 Dave Maxwell, 33, 120, 181 Tim McCaleb, 33 Rick McCarthy, 33 Lisa McCracken, 33, 192, 194 Charles McDorman, 34 Margaret McEl1en, 34 Theresa McKay, 34, 134 Dale McKillip, 34, 154, 202 Mary McKillip, 34, 110 Matt McKown, 34 Julia McNaught, 34 Kevin McOlgan, 34, 140, 142, 147, 149 Kathryn Meeker, 34, 116 Jay Mellentin, 34, 131 Joyce Melton, 34 Karen Melton, 34 Kim Melton, 34 Sharon Melton, 34 Joy Mendez, 34 Gregory Mendrek, 35 Peggy Middaugh, 35 Anita Millard, 35 Charles Miller, 35 Steve Miller, 35 Patrick Milligan, 35 Rhonda Mitchell, 35 Crystal Mixon, 35 Michael Montgomery, 35 Roland Monzo, 35 Terri Moore, 35 Robert Moran, 35 Cary Morgan, 35 Sue Morris, 35, 135 Steve Morss, 35 Carol Mueller, 36, 159, 170, 175 Dolores Mueller, 36 Janet Mueller, 36, 134, 158 Durk Mullin, 36, 164 Brund.a Mummey, 36 Rebecca Murray, 36 Mary Murray, 36 Rosemarie Nache, 36 Wanda Nalley, 36 Bradley Nelson, 36, 162 Bruce Nelson, 36 Cathy Nelson, 36, 100, 137, 192, 194 210 Dana Nelson, 36 Debra Nelson, 36 Steven Nelson, 36 Scott Nemeth, 37 Steven Nemeth, 37, 98, 100, 105, 136 Christine Nicholas, 37, 135 Kimberly Nichols, 37, 143 Joel Noe, 37, 154 Terry Nolan, 37 Betsy North, 37, 122 Rodney Nyman, 37, Teresa O'Connor, 37, 182, 186 David Olcott, 37 Susan Olson, 37, 139, 143 John Ortery, 37 Sara Osborne, 37 Robin Owen, 37, 162 Jay Pacy, 37, 189 Mike Pachco, 38 Mary Park, 38 Craig Parker, 38, 154, 184, 189, 202 Jane Parker, 38, 106, 158, 241 Anthony Patterson, 38 Lisa Pearson, 38, 98, 100, 114, 115 121, 130, 143, 147, 148 Steve Pearson, 38 Billy Pedigo, 38 William Petentler, 38 Mark Peterson, 38, 120 Carol Peterson, 38, 137, 143, 147, 148 Charles Peterson, 38 Dennis Peterson, 38 James Peterson, 38 Gloria Pettit, 38 Jeffrey Pierce, 39 Roger Pillsbury, 39, 143, 188 Ronald Pillsbury, 113, 39 Pamela Pollard, 39 John Polillo, 39, 136, 180, 189 Mathew Polillo, 39 Patrick Polillo, 39 Annette Pool, 39 Gregory Poplett, 39, 154 Kenneth Potts, 39 Tim Pridegon, 39 Carol Priest, 39, 143 Shawn Pritchard, 39 Debra Rabenort, 39 Robert Reams, 39 Thomas Redington, 40, 99 Carole Reagor, 40 James Reed, 40, 107, 130, 241 Kathleen Reed, 40 Daniel Reeder, 40 Susan Rees, 40 Susan Reeves, 40 Sam Rescineto, 40, 184, 189 Roger Reynolds, 40 David Rhodes, 40, 154, 189 John Rice, 40, 204 Debra Rickords, 40, 111 Kathryn Roberts, 40 Teresa Roberts, 40 Alan Rogers, 40 Cathy Rosenberry, 41, 182 J. Steven Ross, 41 Sherry Rossi, 41 Brian Rubin, 41 Paula Rupert, 41 Ga.ry Sand, 41 Rebecca Sandborg, 41 Joe Sandoval, 41, 189 Beverly Sapp, 41 Kathy Sapp, 41 Sara Sargeant, 41, 139, 143 Gregory Saul, 41 Cynthia Sauter, 41 Kim Savidge, 41 Roger Schrodt, 41, 119 Ronald Schrodt, 42, 136 Jeri Scott, 42, 132, 134, 135 Deborah Scudder, 42 Nancy Sedlacek, 42 Robin Selfridge, 42 Carl Selser, 42 Connie Severns, 42 Mary Shaw, 42 Rick Shea, 42 Robin Showalter, 42 Mary Shumard, 42 Melony Shumard, 42, 143, 159, 175 Roy Simkins, 42 Cynthia Simmer, 42, 122, 123, 147, 148, 213 Mark Simpson, 42 James Smith, 43 Jeff Smith, 43 Molly Smith, 43, 99, 120, 159, 170 Janet Soper, 43 James Sotrop, 43, 120, 122, 131, 204 Brigit Soulbrouillard, 43 Barbara Southwick, 43 Connie Spinks, 43, 154, 189 Michael Standard, 43 Steve Stanley, 43 John Stansbury, 43, 143, 147, 149, 213 Dean Steck, 43, 154 John Steck, 43 Laua Stevens, 43, 142, 147, 148, 213 Lori Stewart, 43 Roger Stewart, 44 Deborah Stipp, 44 Dave Stoneking, 44 Pamela Stout, 44 Colleen Stranger, 44 Harry Stripe, 44, 129 Amy Suman, 44, 121, 142, 147, 148, 195 Cheryl Suydam, 44 Robin Swank, 44 Jeffrey Swanson, 44, 98, 119 Roger Swartz, 44 Mark Tadie, 44 Nawal Taminie, 44 Rick Tate, 44 Anitra Taylor, 44 David Taylor, 45, 120, 131, 136, 181 189 Richard Taylor, 45, 129 Russell Taylor, 45 Sabrena Taylor, 45, 182 A.nn Templeton, 45, 110, 118, 124, 186 Charles Teval, 45, 99 Mark Thomas, 45 Ed Thompson, 45 James Thompson, 45 Robert Thompson, 45 Ann Tiehen, 45, 122, 123, 204 Susan Torrence, 45, 100, 143 Kenny Towne, 45 Stan Tracy, 45 Steven Tracy, 45, 98, 99, 100, 104 Jim Treadway, 46 Stanley Trent, 46 Barbara Tune, 46, 110, 121 James Turner, 46 Doug Unger, 46 Margie Utterback, 46 Kevin Vallero, 46, 154, 189 James VanFleet, 46, 143, 184 John VanGeison, 46, 139 Denise VanUnnik, 46, 195 Debra Wade, 46 Karen Wall, 46 Jerry Wainman, 46, 172 Mark Walker, 46 Peggy Ward, 46 Rick Walthers, 47 Jane Waters, 47, 98, 110, 118, 120 182, 195 Julie Watson, 47, 120, 158, 182, 195 Keith Watson, 47, 129 Debbie Weaver, 47, 139 Tim Webster, 47 Janice Wedell, 47, 138, 140 Robert Wiegand, 47 Doug Weinberg, 47 Richard Welch, 47 Douglas Wessels, 47 Don West, 47 Russell West, 47 Thomas Wetherbee, 47, 99, 115, 142, 143, 172 Lynn White, 47 R. Scott White, 48, 162 Debra Wickline, 48, 143, 147, 186 Edward Wignall, 48 Samuel Wilkins, 48, 143, 154, 186 Mike Willcutts, 48, 120, 188 Ellen Williams, 48 Nancy Williamson, 48, 121, 148 Scott Williamson, 48 Karen Wilson, 48, 121, 122, 123 204, 213 Mark Whittle, 48 Penny Wise, 48, 139 Ann Wood, 48 Gay Wooolsey, 48 Steven Wright, 48 Jimmy Wyman, 48 Karen Wynkoop, 49, 122, 130, 195 Lisa Yaremko, 49, 120, 130 Clifford Yeomans, 49 Wendy Young, 49 Margaret Zich, 49 Alex Zavadil, 49, 176, 189 Terence Zost, 49, 129 Calendar SEPTEMBER 2 Labor Day 3 School begins 5 GSL Style Show 5 Kick Off Banquet 10 Cross Country Begins "Quincy" 13 Pigskin Prance - Opening of Football Season "Rock Island" 14 Girls Tennis Team Begins "Moline" OCTOBER 1 Girls Swimming Team Begins "Moline" 3 Homecoming Parade and Bonfire 4 Homecoming Football game "Quincy" 5 Homecoming Dance 10 Girls Field Hockey Begins "Pekin" 14 Columbus Day 22 Fall Choral Concert 31 Halloween NOVEMBER 7-9 Fall Play "Harvey" 11 Veterans Day 18 Girls Volleyball Begins "East Molinen 22-23 Reflectavue "Fremont Follies" 23 Swimming Begins "Rock Island" 28 Thanksgiving Vacation Begins 30 Wrestling Begins "Davenport" DECEMBER 2 Basketball Season Begins "Moline" 11 Multi Lingual Banquet 15 Choral Christmas Concert 17 Band Concert 23 Christmas Vacation Begins 25 Merry Christmas JANUARY 1 Happy New Year 6 School Resumes 24 Winter Formal "Stair Way to Heaven" 24 Semester Ends FEBRUARY 12 14 16 Lincoln's Birthday Valentines Day Band Concert 17 Girls Basketball Begins "Moline" 22 AFS Pot Luck 27 A Cappella "No, No Nannette" MARCH 1 Galesburg Host District Speech Contest 8 Galesburg Hosts Solo and Ensemble Contest 11 Galesburg Defeated by Richwoods in Regional Play 11 NHS Induction 28 Easter Vacation Begins APRIL 1 School Resumes 2 Varsity Track Begins "Genesso" 4 Varsity Baseball Begins "Spaulding" 8 Varsity Tennis Begins "Ottawa" 11 Monte Carlo Night 15 Girls Golf Begins "Moline" 16 Girls Track Begins "Rock Island" 17 Girls Softball Begins "Rock Island" 17 NHS Banquet 19 Galesburg host Organizational Contest 26 Sweetheart Swirl "A piece of April" MAY 1-2 Spring Play 6 OO Banquet 13 GSL Banquet 15 G-Club Banquet 18-23 Media Arts Festival 20 Spring Choral Concert 30 Memorial Day JUNE 1 Baccalaurate 3 Commencement 11 Semester Ends lt Last Ride Our "Take a Ride" is close to its journeys end and it's time to reflect on the past year. Our excursion started with the Reflecto-r Staff sharing their views and ideas in completing a yearbook that would be memorable to all students. Decisions were made and we were on our way. Long hours, short nights, deadlines, frustrations and not to mention the headaches were some of the obstacles that we experienced during our journey. But friendship, good food, and talk bypassed the obstacles. During a detour we look back through the past year and visualize how faculty and students worked together for the betterment of GHS as a whole. And with new sports being -added to the curriculum, more enthusiasm and anticipation is showing among the student body. GHS has again excelled in sports, despite our losses, and we have been more conscious of a need for strong school spirit. As we continue our detour we look back at the Media Arts Festival, a united effort of the teachers and stu- dents. The festival has a light side plus it adds cultural enrichment. As spring came the anticipated new tennis courts were greatly appreciated and used by many. We wish to give a special thanks to all faculty and students who spent their time and displayed their talent to put together a successful Reflectavue 1974. Our ride would not be complete without showing our gratitude to Mr. Kenney, yearbook advisor, for his patience .and- the many hours he spent to make this a successful yearbook. It has been a very satisfying year working with the Reflector staff, to produce a memorable yearbook for the student body. Without their cooperation it would have been a difficult task. We would also like to thank the administration, faculty, Mr. Bruce Pyatt, the Nuclear Publishing Company, and the many other people who helped in completing our Ride in 1974-1975. 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