Gavit High School - Futura Yearbook (Hammond, IN)

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OF CONTENTS OPENING 2 SCHOOL LIFE 18 ACADEMICS 38 ORGANIZATIONS 66 SPORTS 92 SENIORS 118 UNDERCLASS 148 ADVERTISING 172 INDEX 190 . . . there was a SCHOOL p a called Gavit. In the SCHOOl. 1 ® were all kinds of ‘ = S day a . One came to the and took pictures of dl the itititit • . . . and Every Picture Tells A Story. They told the story of Gladiators who won . . . f And sometimes lost . . . 4 OPENING Of all the people who felt the victories . . . And the defeats . . . L TIME QTR. DOWN • • • • • • • • • • • • • • GUESTS I •••• •• GAVIT = YARDS TO G OPENING 5 Of students having a bad day . . . And teachers having a worse one 6 OPENING Of everyone cooperating . . . And making the day so easy . . . OPENING 7 Of students hard at work . . . Of people joined together And going their separate ways. OPENING 9 They showed how all these people fit in one building . . . And how our environment is changing OPENING 1 1 They showed beautiful music . . . And lilting voices . . . 12 OPENING The mark of a craftsmen . . . And the touch of an inspired artist. 14 OPENING The pictures showed that personalities add flavor . . . And friends add spice . . . That young love comes . . . OPENING 15 16 OPENING I took the trip around the school that I take every day. Only this time I tried to make myself be more aware Of the things around me. I saw a different school than that one of Halls I’d walked And desks I ' d sat in before. They talked about the game Friday night. Barton ' s, Last night ' s homework. Or the victory dance. They followed the fads and were extra friendly to everyone, For popularity was their thing. And they were happy. SCHOOL LIFE 21 I began to see things more clearly. And as I neared the end of my trip I still wondered What it was all about — Where time had gone. But then I realized That as long as the sun keeps shining Time will not run out — So why not sit back and enjoy life By finding all the beautiful things it Has for everyone? Ramada Inn Hosts “Colour My World” 24 SCHOOL LIFE HOMECOMING COURT: John Pressley, Liz Lain; John Merrill, Julie Fogarty; Doug Premuda, Queen Karen Dockery; Phil Rovy, Kathy McLaughlin; Russ Huneryager, Terri Scott. Prom ’72 . . . May 20 . . . “Colour My World” . . . Ramada Inn , . . Dalton, Il- linois . . . her flowers ... his flower . . . hurry, hurry, hurry . . . pictures . . . Is my hair alright? . . . reception line. . . . roast beef du jour . . . more pictures . . . dancing . . . Chicago Fire . . . Cliff Niep . . punch . . . whispers . . . excitement . . Queen Karen Dockery, Doug Premuda . . and her court . . . Julie Fogarty, John Merrill . . . Liz Lain, John Pressley . . . Kathy McLaughlin, Phil Rovy . . . Terri Scott, Russ Huneryager . . . laughter . . . brandy snif- ters . . more dancing . . . dream . . of moments together . . . the dunes . . . picnic . . . sunburn pain . . . Colour My World . . . with hopes of loving you . . SCHOOL LIFE 25 Graduation Paves Senior Well I left my happy home to see what I could find out. I left my folk and friends with the aim to clear my mind out. Well I hit the rowdy road, and many kinds I met there, many stories told me on the way to get there. So on and on I go, the sec- onds tick the time out, there ' s so much left to know, and I ' m on the road to find out. Cat Stevens 26 SCHOOL LIFE “Road To Find Out” You Were Born on A Rotten Day Claude P. Jones Cyrus Banks Paul Labus Bart Bascom Jim Livingston Arthur Huxley Susan Masters Agatha Johnson Yvonne Smith Mrs. Cannon Mrs. Ames Mrs. Banks Connie Constellation.. Miss Marks Helen Jan Diane Joanne Thorbjornsen Brigid Mars ha Alma Becky Medwetz Vera Liz Hope Muriel Nancy Howe Harry Fred George Allan 3 One-Acts Display Theatrical Talents REVOLT OF MOTHER Sarah Penn Ruth Maruschak Adoniram Penn Bob Korpella Sammy Tim Puchley Nanny Linda Foster George Todd Clark Emeline Adkins Melanie Kujawa SUMMER PEOPLE Bob Allison Paul Demkovich Jan Allison Evelyn Kaczmarczyk Mr. Babcock Jim Livingston Tilda Babcock Laurie Sefton Charles Walkole.. Wayne Newcomb Mrs. Larkin Diane Kovach Miz Withers Jo Thorbjorsen RINGING IN THE GROOM Gran Connie Bradburn George Todd Clark Bertha Lu Ann Fatheree Ruth Andrea Rodovich Wilbur Jack Spoerner Aunt Ella Sheila Nevers Harriet Anita Charnekar Mildred Lynette Narug Thespians perform “Right Kind of House Sadie Grimes Judy Royal Mr. Waterbury Paul Labus Aaron Hacker Jim Livingston Ettie Julie Hartmann Dora Gloria Smith Assemblies, Concerts Bring Culture to Gavit Gavit ' s first assembly saw the 1973 Student Council officers being inaugurated into their new positions. The G.H.S. Mime Troupe make their debut on October 3 1 , 1972 in an exclusive pantomime assem- bly. The members are Linda Foster, Tony Puchley, Sue Harrigan, Scott Sefton, Che- ryl Becker, and Paul Demkovich. Novem- ber 13-22 was a week of good will and charity. Sr. Honor Society and Student Council jointly sponsored the Annual Can Food Drive. A Holiday Montague, the an- nual Christmas Concert was presented Sunday, December 1 7 by the 300 mem- bers of the Choral Department. The con- cert took us to such places as the Carrib- bean, Toyland, an army camp, a department store, a mountain ski lodge, and we never left our seats! Tschai- kovsky ' s Nut Cracker Suite was also presented complete with a student ballet troupe. Fine direction lead the exceptional performance. Couples “Melt on Ice’’ at Inaugural Ball “Reflections on Ice” was a ball where old couples stayed cool and new ones broke the ice. Couples hopped to Tulsa ' s rock-n-roll beat at the Inaugural December 21, 1972 in the Gavit lounge and lobby. There were many quiet moments too as couples enjoyed just being together, and loving life. Homecoming Sparks Glads to Victory Friday the 1 3th . . . Unlucky? . . . for some! . . . Spirit Week . . . Tag Day . . . Traitor Day . . . Class Day . . . School Color Day . . . Seniors . . . Pep Rally . . . class skits . . . Queen and court . . . Queen Mary Tuskan, Doug Kunnemann . . . Wendie Kaminski, Brad Black . . . Phyllis Bond, Phil Parsanko . . . Debbie Hines, Bob Galovic . . . Mary Hurd, Dan Malloy . . . Mr. Foot- ball . . . Dave Horvath . . . Runners-up . . . Bob Littlejohn . . . Tom Skiba . . . floats . . . lots of work . . . lots of fun . . . rush, rush, rush . . . Freshman . . . “Alka- Senators” . . . Spanish Club . . “Crunch ’Em” . . . B-Team Cheerleaders . . . “Mail the Senators” . . . the game . . . beautiful, brisk night . . . returning alumni . . . mums . . Beat the Senators . . . Go Gavit Go . . . 36-0 . . . Student Council Dance . . . Quorum . . . Reigning Queen and court . . . last . . . dance . . . long day . . . long week . . . smiles . . . exhaustion . . . happy ending! “Wildwood” Sets Mood for 1 Crowning of Mangone and Federoff Basketball Homecoming . . . February 2 . . . 8 . . . school spirit? . . . gym . . . Glad support . . . pep rally . . . Coach Russell . . . nervous smiles . . . hopeful speeches . . . “optimism " . . . The big evening . . . “We want Gladiators " . . . Glads step up . . . Riders step back . . . teamwork . . . close first half . . . take a breather . . . twirlers . . . “In-Agadadavida” . . . Queen candidates announced . . . who’s to be Mr. Basketball? . . . game resumes . . . everyone on seat’s edge . . . busy scoreboard . . . lots of tension . . . Go, Go, Go Gavit . . . Gladiator defeat . . . 64-55 . . . tears . . . sadness . . . destination Cafeteria . . . Homecoming Dance . . . " Wildwood” . . . singing . . . dancing . . . good friends . . . new . . . old . . . couples . . . big moment . . . crowning . . . Her Majesty, Queen Mary Jo Mangone . . . Randy Scott . . . Linda Yockey . . . Tim Fleener . . . Lori Dalton . . . Pete Budreau . . . Debbie Hines . . . Bob Galovic . . . Gail Johnson . . . Mark Hajduch . . . Mary Hurd . . . Dan Malloy . . . tears, roses . . . best wishes . . . another crown . . . Mr. Basketball . . . Jack Federoff . . . Congratulations . . . more music . . . talk ... more dancing . . . big day. . . long night . . . ‘find my coat! " . . . “where’s my shoe? " . . . need some food . . . head for Barton’s . . . Long line . . . huddle . . . pizza and cake . . . gobs of food . . . lots of gab . . . everyone in the best of “SPIRITS! " . , . but, ALL GOOD THINGS MUST COME TO AN END! Marryin’ Sams Attract Hillbilly Couples Dog patch alley — GHS . . . full moon . . . March 2 . . . 7:30 pm . . . turnabout . . . Sr ' s per- spirations . . . plum full of folks . . . chocolate donuts . . . moon- shine Pepsi . . . courtin’ your cutie ... 3 marryin’ Sams ... li- censes . . . ribbon rings . . . OXOXOXO . . . decked out in their Sunday go-to-meeting duds . . . best decked out . . . Jack Federoff . . . Karen Beno . . . Lil’ Abner . . . Daisy Mae . . . Fresh- Mark Cooley . . . Judy . . Soph-o-mores . . . . Jeanie Hurd . Todd Clark mans . Latham Joey Johnson . . . . June-yors . . . Chris Stewart . . . . . Jeff Beck . . . dione . . . A-dults . . . . . Mr. D Kopenec . Seen-yors Rita Liccar- . Lil ' Abner . . . Daisy Mae . . . Miss M. Zlotnik . . . straw hats ' n overalls . . . ging- hams ' n gunnysacks . . . blacked out teeth ' n freckles . . . patches ' n smiles . . . Hoote-nanny Juke Box . . . ho-down dancin’ . . . loads of laughs and friends . . . fun and games ... 10 o’clock strikes . . . take care y’all . . . ' til next — s ■ t- " » ' V 5 V V V 1 s . V x V .V V ' " W ' ' VVV N V NW N X»V ' NT V V other Star a l »k l =c v rV,0 Ik. _.. ASA ' •- w vvwVt W vaW 1 .$ s r I Meant To Do My Work Today I meant to do My work today. But a brown bird sang In the apple tree And a butterfly flitted Across the field. And all the Leaves Were calling me. And the wind went sighing Over the land Tossing the grasses To and fro. And a rainbow held out It ' s shining hand— So what could I do But laugh and go? o — Richard Le Galliene ACADEMICS 39 Business Students Get Involved Fast fingers is what it takes to get a good timing in typing learns Barb Ince. 40 ACADEMICS Along with the College Prep. Program at Gavit, we have a Business Course Program, that can be followed by students who do not wish to attend college. Among the courses available are: Bookkeeping, which includes the study of figured credit, debt, financial liability, and income; Shorthand, involving dictation tests; Typing, Sales, General Business, Business Law, and Transcrip- tion, which involves the combination of shorthand and typing skills. New in the department is the C.O.E. or Cooperative Office Education Program. Only nine students are in- volved in this program. In order to be on this program you must have one year of Typing, Shorthand, or Book- keeping and must be enrolled in a one hour related learning course such as Business Behavior, Psychology, Sociology. A student following the C.O.E. Program goes to school and works fifteen hours a week in an Office Education post in the community. Mr. Welte, head of the Business Department, hopes to double the number of students involved by next year. Patty Wright concentrates on her typing. Students Form Mock Election — Nixon Courses of government, economics, psychology, soci- ology, world geography, contemporary history, history of the Far East, and history of the South give the stu- dents a chance to learn and participate in our world today. World history and United States history greatly expand the students’ knowledge of the past in order to understand and interpret current events and con- template the future. The sixteen Social Studies teachers try to illustrate in a simple and interesting form how the world has developed and is continually progressing. This year, being a presidential election year, a mock election was held throughout most of the Social Studies classes in Gavit. Students were asked to vote on the two presidential candidates and several questions by ballots. Five classroom periods were set aside to discuss the electoral procedure of our government. Jeff Beck receives an “assist” from Coach Russell in Government class. Senior Nancy Harvey explains the assignment to Polly Harrington. Senior Glen “Valdez " Johnson holds the whole world in his hand. 42 ACADEMICS Wins! Students travel to “sleepy” Harlem in Government class. Paul Vido reads the morning paper with the help of Phil Parsanko. ACADEMICS 43 PE Builds Strong Bodies 1 2 Ways In order to do anything successfully, one must be physi- cally fit. This year’s PE program at Gavit helps build strong bodies 1 2 ways. The program this year included the games of football, basketball, handball, volleyball, field hockey, and such sports as gymnastics, track and field, softball, bowling, fishing, wrestling, and new this year, swimming. Through this program students learn all aspects of the game, from rules to good sportsmanship, which are both necessary when playing in competition. Along with the many different sports that are taught, the students are also taught how to take care of them- selves. In the classes, students are taught proper clean- liness ana a minimum of proper first aid. Superman Jim Wilson displays an amazing feat of strength. Muscles will be plentiful for Frosh Jeff Betustak and David Smith. Lovely Gavit Mermaids anxiously await Diver Dan. “Last one in is a rotten egg!” “Bottoms up! " Industrial Arts Students Learn Marty Freels works diligently on a stool. The Industrial Arts Department at Gavit offers a variety of courses in which students, both boys and girls, can become acquainted with basic methods neces- sary for an industrial career. Theoretical knowledge, learned in the classroom, can be put to practical use in any of the areas included in this department. These sub- jects are designed to give students a better insight into the environment in which we live. The areas taught in- clude metalwork, woodwork, mechanical drawing, graphic arts, plastics, ceramics, electricity, and power mechanics. Material and operations needed for a metalworking career are detailed throughout the metal shop. Mechani- cal drawing teaches the students how to draw and read blueprints and three dimensional figures. This course helps the students to understand layouts and floor plans of houses and buildings. Learning by construction is in- corporated as a main part of the woodshop. The appli- cation of power and basic functions of electrical energy are observed by the power mechanics class. Photogra- phy, offset and letterpress printing are the areas studied and applied in the graphic arts classes. Those enrolled in any of the shop classes can try their hand at making something of their own choice after one basic assignment is completed. Favorite items made as projects are ash trays, bowls, steins, and wooden shelves. The steady movement of the hands is the trick of smooth wood. 46 ACADEMICS Co-ordination of the Body Make it straight, baby! A sponge holds more water than you think! Which one should I pick to stick in? ACADEMICS 47 ■ Home Ec. Develops Needed Skills Future housewives should all know the basics of pre- paring foods. These skills are taught in the food classes of the Home Economics Department at Gavit. The girls learn how to prepare the meals and how to prepare for the meals by setting the table, shopping for the food, planning the meal, and learning the proper table man- ners. Girls are not the only ones with the Betty Crocker touch. Boys! Food classes are very popular, too. The boys also learn how to prepare dishes and eat their own cooking. They learn how to shop for the food, how to plan and prepare their meals, and how to behave during them. They boys also learn the fundamentals of cleaning up after the meals. Sewing is another course offered under the Home Economics Program. This year, along with Clothing 1 -4, Clothing 5 and 6 is offered. The girls learn to make in- fants’ clothing, lingerie, and clothes for themselves. Who knows! Somday Gavit might turn out another Betty Crocker or Betsy Ross. Pam Devore sews up a new frock. Is it another Betty Crocker? Greg Barnes cooks up a batch for the guys. ACADEMICS 49 Mrs. Schneider helps with a pattern layout. Karen Winarski realizes that it takes concentration Band and Choir Harmonize Perfectly This year the Gavit High School Concert Band and Concert Choirs put on 3 delightful programs. “The Cho- ral Groups in Concert”, “Holiday Montage”, and “On Stage”. Selections by Bach, Berlin, Hayden and Church were featured in the Fall Concert. Selections from the Nutcra- cker Suite were the main attraction in “A Holiday Mon- tage”. The Suite also included the debut of our own Ga- vit Dance Corps, including the Sugar Plums, The Toy Flutes, Trepak dancers, and the Waltz of the Flowers. In the Spring concert “On Stage” selections from three broadway musicals were featured. The three musicals were “Fiddler On the Roof”, “Carousel”, and “South Pacific”. The Gavit band was very busy this year, also. They traveled to the Cedar Music Festival in Wisconsin and to the Solo Ensemble Contest where they received 76 medals. CONGRATULATIONS! Our marching band participated in tow parades and played for the Indi 500 pre-race winners. The band sold safety flares and had bake sales and car washes for their new uniforms. The Freshmen Choir members sing a selection from ‘‘Toyland " as they give the appearance of a toy store window. rjrj w J M Wm Band — Top to Bottom: Row 4— D. Vo- nAlmen. Row 3 — W. Goble, K. Werth, R. Wolenty, D. Milne, D. Shutko, V. Wojowitz, D. Wandrei, M. Qualls, J. Lamb, B. Chrisney, H. Baxter, A. Blaine. Row 2 — G. Morris, L. Frye, D. Frye, D. Wolenty, A. Conrad, C. Buk- sar, T. Wysoleck, D. Spiller, K. Orze, G. Amick, C. Boland. Row 1 — L. Van- Buskirk, D. Opasik, S. Welch, K. Kulka, J. Melton, B. Anderson, D. Kapusta. Band — Top to Bottom: Row 4 — J. Gon- zales, G. Smith, J. Thorpe, T. Wilson, C. Beda, J. Halal, M. Winarski. Row 3— J. Litton, A. Gadberry, L. Borghetti, G. Hufnagel, R. Downing, K. Boyer, J. Wilkerson, D. Jamrose, M. Gonzales, P. Wilkins, M. Jacobson, P. Brock. Row 2— D. Klugman, C. Opasik, T. Shult- man, M. McDaniel, T. Wilkie, N. Brock, M. Dillion, A. Gavrilos, K. Dukes, N. El- liot. Row 1 — L. Adams, S. Otto, S. Pa- pesh, E. Stephens, J. Jankowski, P. Yates, H. Rieter, L. Rippe. 2 TfcV -i V til 1 50 ACADEMICS Concert Choir— Top to Bottom: Row 3 — D. Wilkinson, J. Thorbjornsen, R. Castleberry, R. Grillion, S. Hastings, S. Zack, C. Johnston, M. Mason, J. Arren- holz, K. Johnson, D. Kunneman, D. Mo- ser, A. Molchan. Row 2 — C. Conners, J. Murfin, W. Kaminski, M. Tuskan, D. Fea, J. Hartman, S. Greer, K. Hill, R. O ' Drobinak, A. White, B. Chorba. Row 1 — S. McCorkle, P. Core, D. Walker, L. Ross, J. Yaney, R. Perry, J. Miller, L. Yockey, H. Reiter. Junior Chorale — Top to Bottom: Row 3— L. Sobak, D. Cross, S. Ashby, M. Johnson, G. Bauer, T. Clark, T. Shantz, T. Vandersteen, S. Musser. Row 2 — P. Podgorny, H. Reiter, D. Allen, V Czuba, C. Smith, R. Haack, J. Melton, C. Balacz, P. Estgate. Row 1 — F. Veray, M. Gray, J. Rausch, L. David, L. Sulli- van, K. Wells, K. Muir, C. Stewart, J. Guerts. 1 Oth Grade Glee — Top to Bottom: Row 4 — C. Kellar, B. Gray, N. Wynn, R. Winkler, G. Shantz, K. Orze, T. Red- larczyk, J. Chudy, R. Fields, T. Pace. Row 3— P. Martin, K. Krsak, S. Irmi- nger, B. Smith, B. Medwetz, R. Marus- chak. Row 2— S. Grillion, C. Litton, E. Parsley, L. Shearon, P. Stevens, D. Steponovich, H. Juratich. Row 1 — A. Charnikar, A. Middleton, N. Adams, B. Lax, M. Mayfield, J. Lozono, A. Rubin. Mixed Chorus — Top to Bottom: Row 4 — K. Douville, T. Murphy, M. Jacob son, K. Janesko, D. Tretter, T. Raush, D. McLean, R. Canale, D. Greer, D. Schroeder, K. Brown, W. Goble. Row 3— D. Chiaro, L. Camp. L. Limtman, L. Geary, S. Kapanko, D. Wallace, D. King, M. Westman, S. Spights, D. Berk- ley. Row 2 — M. Mista, J. Thorbjorsen, T. Fogarty, E. Stephens, P. Benirschke, L. Foster, D. Gulasy, B. Moore, M. Keir. Row 1 — S. Kayes, J. Watson, P. Larson, L. Swearingon, L. Kohut, D. Klobuchar, J. Yaney, S. Gluth, L. Felling. ACADEMICS 5 1 Picasso Plays Important Role Did you know that Picasso graduated from Gavit? Not really, but it could happen someday with the fan- tastic crafts and things our Art department has to offer. The students in the Art 1 and 2 classes learn the basic art techniques of working with clay, paints, texture pic- tures and much more. In the Art Projects course, students work on bigger and better things such as making scenery, and their own individual projects, which sometimes turn out very inter- esting. The emotions, and personalities of the young, as- piring artists are brought out in their work. Claudia Resetar amazes herself while displaying superb talent in needle-point. Intense concentration on art projects provide satisfaction to students. 52 ACADEMICS Pillsbury dough boy says, “Gavit’s pottery is poppin fresh.” Math Moves Mountains The Mathematics department at Gavit covers all the areas of Math, from a basic understanding of mathe- matical principles to an ever-increasing knowledge of high school and college levels. The program offers many different math classes, such as: General Math, Algebra, Geometry, Algebra-Trig., Math Analysis, Calculus, and UICSM. These classes are covered in three divisions. The first being General Math, which gives the student a basic understanding of math. The second division, and most popular, is the College Prep Program. This covers the most amount of different classes and is the most crowded of the three divisions. It includes Algebra, Geometry, the ever-popular Algebra- Trig., Math Analysis, and Calculus. The third and final division is UICSM. This area is a four year course which deals with experimental, self-discovery methods. It al- lows the students to learn and understand more com- plicated concepts. UICSM 4 Fundamentals are naturally a cinch for big Ray Hawkins. Timmy astounds the Geometry class with his extraordinary talent of identifying figures. Geometry students use teamwork to solve the “toughies ACADEMICS 53 Gavit Students Take a Look Students can become acquainted with foreign lan- guages as well as cultures when they study a foreign language in Gavit. First and second years include the learning of basic grammar and reading. Students in- crease their vocabulary and read more extensively in their third and fourth years. The languages offered are French, German, and Spanish. The Indiana University Honors Program is open to any student who has the required years of language for this program. If they pass a series of tests compiled by the Indiana University, they have the opportunity to study abroad during the summer. Maps and films aid the students in the understanding of the culture and customs of the languages. Tape recordings in the language laboratory enable the stu- dents to improve their speaking by listening to them. French students put on “Guignol” the French Sesame Street. Students and parents participate in Kiwanis Travelogue. The French Classes set up for their premiere. Into Foreign Customs " Si” says Frito Bandito — the Spanish Club float. “Fre-re Jac-Ques” sing senior mademoiselles. " Gestapo” Hunt makes sure there ' s no cheating on the German front. 55 Students Explore the Beyond . . . The science department at Gavit offers each student the opportunity of broadening his knowledge in many aspects of science. All the sci- ence courses are electives, but at least one year of a laboratory sci- ence is required for all students. The courses available to the stu- dents are Chemistry, Physical Sci- ence, Biology and Applied Life Sci- ence. Life Science is offered for the second consecutive year for stu- dents who do not plan to go to col- lege, but want to take some science courses. Health and safety is a one semester course and is required of all students. In Cell Biology, various types of cells, their functions, and their advantages and dis- advantages are studied. Different parts and functions of the human body and other animals are studied by the Anatomy classes. Joe Lain plans to blow up the world. Lori Dalton mixes up her secret potion 9. What ' s this? Another Golden Gate Bridge? 56 ACADEMICS A familiar sight to all Chemistry students. Which came first, the cell or the nucleus? ACADEMICS 57 English Enriches General Education Each student at Gavit has the opportunity of placing himself in one of the multi-level courses offered by the English Department. These courses include practical, regular, and college preparatory English. A student has the opportunity to work at his own pace and reach a set goal when he places himself in the desired level of English. Even though the English Department, with a total of twenty-three teache rs, is the largest department at Ga- vit. The teachers make an effort to keep the classes small so that they can relate to the students and give them a well-rounded background in English. The size of the English classes is usually kept between fifteen and thirty students. The English Department involves almost every student. Electives, extracurricular activities, and facilities available for these courses help the students develop a greater insight into the uses of English. The electives of- fered to the students are journalism, speech, drama, reading, developmental reading, newspaper, and year- book. Debate and Forensics are extracurricular activities offered as extended and competitive forms of English. Students in C.P. English 8 get " bogged down” with reference cards. Carl Johnston proves his manhood as Macbeth. Memories of Study Halls Study Hall??? It all depends on what your subject is. Some people think that a study hall is just a waste of time. NONSENSE! In a study hall a student is given the opportunity to educate his mind. A student can find some very educating reading materials in our library and study hall is the perfect time to broaden his knowledge. Study hall is also a good place to catch up on the lat- est gossip. Many serious problems are solved in study halls . . . Study halls are also a good time to show off your strength to your woman, or show her how much you really care. ACADEMIC 59 MISS MARY BETH ABEL-Spanish; B.A.-Purdue University; Spanish Club Sponsor. MISS JOANNE ARMINTROUT —Counselor; A.B.- Earlham University, M.Ed.— Loyola University. MR. EVERETT BAL- LOU— Social Studies; B.S.— Indiana University, M.S.— Indiana State University; Freshman Football Coach, Assistant Wrestling and Track Coach. MR. NORMAN BAN AS -Industrial Arts; B.A.-Purdue Uni- versity, M.A.— Indiana State; Baseball Coach. MISS ZELDA BLACK— Nurse; B.S. (Nursing)— Vanderbilt University, M.A.— Ohio State; Fu- ture Nurses Club Sponsor. MRS. BOARD — English; B.S. —Indiana University; Scribner ' s Club Sponsor. MR. STANLEY BOBOWSKY— Mathematics; B. A.— Marian College. MRS. JACQUELINE BOYLE— English, Reading; B.A.— Valparaiso University; Debate Coach, Speech Club Sponsor. MR. ERWIN BRAUER-Industrial Arts; B.S.- lllinois State, M.S.— Bradley University. MISS MARGUERITE BRA- ZINA— English; B.S. —Indiana University; Speech Club Sponsor, Fo- rensics Coach. MR. PAUL BRUSH-Health and Safety; B.S.-lllinois, M.S.— Indiana University; Assistant Football Coach, Baseball Coach. MISS KAREN BUTTON -Psychology, World History, Government; A.B., M.A.— Indiana University, Sponsor of Class of ' 74 . MR. TOM CHINTIS — Social Studies; B.S.— University of San Francisco. MISS WILMA CLAIR— Counselor; B.S. —Western Illinois University, M.Ed.— Loyola University. MR. THOMAS CLARK— Choral Music, Mu- sic Theory; B.A.— St. Procopius College, M.S. Ed.— Indiana Univer- sity, B. Mus., M. Mus.— The American Conservatory of Music. MR. RICHARD CLAUSEN-Industrial Arts; B.S., M.S.-Indiana State University; Graphic Arts Club Sponsor, Sponsor of the Class of ' 74 . MISS DIANE CLINTON— Sociology, Government; B.A.— Houghton College, M.Ed.— University of Buffalo; Social Studies Department Chairman. MRS. RITA CORNELL— Librarian; B.S. —Indiana State Uni- versity, M.S.— Purdue University; Pep Club Sponsor. MRS. MARY CONCIALDI— U.S. History; B.S.— Southeast Missouri College, M.A.— Indiana University. MR. WARREN CULBERTSON -Media Spe- cialist; B.S. —Western Illinois University, M.S. —Chicago State Col- lege,- AV Club Sponsor. MISS LESLIE DALLAS— Spanish; A. B.— In- diana University; H.S. Spanish Club Sponsor. MR. ARAM D A RON ATS Y— Language Arts; B.S. M.S. —Indiana University; M.S. Pep Club Sponsor. MR. LARRY DEBOER— English; B. A.— Indiana Uni- versity. MR. MARSHALL DEL GRECO— Mathematics,- B.S. —Indiana University of Pennsylvania, M.A.T.— Purdue University. MR. CARY ECKARD— English, Journalism; B.S., M.S. —Indiana University. MRS. SANDY ESTEP— Physical Education; B.S. —Indiana University; Sponsor of Cheerleaders. MRS. JEAN EVETT— M.S. Musk; B.F.A. — Wayne State College. MISS CARYLE FEDDELER— M.S. Physical Edu- cation, Social Studies; B.S., M.S. —Northern Illinois University; Spon- sor of M.S. Cheerleaders. MISS CECILIA FI LAS— Mathematics; B.A.— St. Joseph’s College. MISS MARGARET FITZGERALD — Eng- lish; B.A., M. A.— Indiana University; Sponsor of the Class of ' 77 . MRS. SHIRLEY F RANEY— English, Reading; B.A.-State University of Iowa, M.S. — Indiana University. MRS. SANDRA FROHOCK — Lan- guage Arts,- B.S. —Indiana University. MR. EARL FRUEHLING— Busi- ness Law, Sales; B.S. —Valparaiso University; X-Country Coach. MISS LOUISE GERICHS— Resource Teacher for Blind and Partially Sighted Students; B.S., M.S. —Teachers College, Columbia Univer- sity, Indiana University. MR. REGINALD GILBERTSON — Art; M.E.D. — University of Minnesota. MR. JOSEPH GOODNIGHT — Eco- nomics; B.S., M.S. —Indiana State. MR. JOHN GUIDEN— Counselor, B.S. —University of Illinois, M. A.— Indiana State University. MRS. PA- TRICIA GURNAK— Languoge Arts; B.S. —Ball State University; M.S. Pep Club Sponsor. MRS. BARBARA HAYES— English; B.A.-Purdue University; Drill Team Sponsor, Pep Club Sponsor. MRS. GERALDINE HOOKSMA— Clothing, Home Management; B.S. of H.E.— Purdue University; M.S. Home Economics Club Sponsor. 60 FACULTY MR. MARTIN HUNT— German; B. A.— University of Evansville, M.S.— Indian University. MR. JAMES JOHNSON— A. B., M.A.T. — In- diana University; Science Club Sponsor. MRS. VELLA JOHNSON— Shorthand, Typing, Transcription; B.S.— Indiana University; Sponsor of the Class of ’76. MRS. RUTH JONES-M.S. Math; B.S.-Wiley College; Sponsor of Jr. National Honor Society. MISS SARA KA- TONA— M.S. Spanish; B. A.— Purdue University; Sponsor of Middle School Spanish Club. MISS MARGARET KELLY-Physical Education; B.S.— Marquette University, M.S. —Purdue University; Sponsor of GAA. MR. MICHAEL KOBE— Biology; B.S., M.S.-Purdue University. MR. LAWRENCE KOCAL— Counselor; B.S., M.S.— Indiana Univer- sity; Sponsor of Pep Club. MR. DONALD KOPENEC— English, News- paper, Yearbook; B.A.— Quincy College; SCROLL Sponsor, FUTURA Sponsor, Cinema Qub Sponsor, Sponsor of the Class of ’73. MISS SUSAN KOSCIELNIAK— English; B.A.-Harvard, St. Josephs Cllege. MR. WARREN KRUGHOFF— Science; B.A., M.A.— University of Illinois; Sponsor of the Environmental Qub. MR. RANDOLPH KUE- CHENBERG— Mathematics; B.S.— Indiana State University; Freshman Football Assistant Coach, Jr. Hgh Wrestling Coach. MR. THOMAS KUJAWA— Science; B.S., M.S. —Indiana State University; Assistant Football Coach, M.S. Basketball Coach, Letterman’s Club Sponsor. MISS MARION KUZNIAR— Math, Social Studies; B.S.E.— Northern Illinois University; CUC Sponsor. MRS. VIRGINIA LELAND— Science; B.S.— Indiana University, Sponsor of Mat Maids. MISS MARGARET LOZANO-M.S. Foods, Typing; B.S.-Ball State University; M.S. Pep Club Sponsor. MISS DALIA MALCIAUSKAS— English; B.S.— Northern Illinois University; CUC Sponsor. MR. LEE MANN— UICSM, Calculus; B.S., M.A.T.— Purdue University; Sponsor of National Honor Society. MR. DONALD MCLEAN— Counselor; M.Ed.— Illinois State, Purdue University, Indiana State. MISS MARY JO MCMORROW— Home Economics; B.S.— Marshall University, M.S.— Indiana University. MR. HOMER MERIDETH— Guidance Direc- tor; B. A.— University of Evansville, M.Ed.— University of Missouri. MISS KATHLEEN MERKEL— Reading; B.S.— Southern Illinois Univer- sity; Modem Dance Club Sponsor. MISS BARBARA MILLER— M.S. Music; B.S., M.S.— Indiana State University; M.S. Boys Chorus. MRS. JEANNE MOLL— English; A. B.— Indiana University; Sr. National Honor Society Sponsor, Sponsor of the Class of ’73. MR. JOHN MOLNAR— Industrial Arts; B.S.— Purdue University, M.S.— Indiana State University; Jr. High Student Council Sponsor. MISS ESSIE MOTT— Business; B.S.— Tennessee State University, A.M.— Columbia University. MRS. JANET NEISWINGER— Para-Pro- fessional in the Media Education Center. MRS. CARMEL OPRE— So- cial Studies, English; B.S.— Ohio State University. MRS. OLGA O’TOOLE -Typing; B.S.-St. Joseph’s College. MRS. ANGELA PENNY— English; B.A., M.S. —Indiana University; Chairman of the English Department. MR. KENNETH PETYO— Social Studies; B.S.— University of Tennessee; Head of Monitors. MRS. PHYLLIS PRATER— Mathematics; A.B., M.A.— University of Kentucky. MR. JOHN QUINN— English; B.S.— Purdue University; Varsity Football Coach. MRS. ELENOR RAINEY— French, Developmental Reading; A.B.— In- diana University, Degre Superieur, Civilization, Francaise-Sorbonne, Paris, France; French Club Sponsor. MRS. FRANCES REINKE— Biol- ogy; B.S.— Indiana University, M.A.— University of Michigan, Spe- cialist in Geology— Notre Dame; Chess Oub Sponsor. MS. LAURA RETHERFORD— German, A.B.— Indiana University; Sponsor of Ger- man Club. MRS. LENORA ROBERTS -Mathematics; B.S. -Butler Uni- versity; Creative Stitchery Sponsor. MR. GERALD ROUSE— Social Studies; B.S. M.S. —Indiana University. MR. TIM RUSSELL— Govern- ment, U.S. History, World History; A.B.— Butler University, M.S. —In- diana University; Basketball Coach— Varsity, M.S. Assistant Trock Coach, MRS. SULA SAMPSON-M.S. Reading; B.S.-Ark ansas Uni- versity, M.S.— Indiana University; Jr. High Honor Society Sponsor. FACULTY 61 MRS. LORETTA SCHNEIDER— Clothing; B.S.-South- ern Illinois University, M.S. — Indiana University; Sew- ing Club Sponsor. MS. BEULAH SECKINGER— M.S. Art; BAE, MAE— Art Institute of Chicago; Art Club Sponsor. MISS VERRIA SHAW-Bookkeeping; B.A.- Wiley College. MR. TOM SHIMALA— Social Studies; B.S. — Indiana State University; Golf and Tennis Coach. MR. GEORGE SMITH— Physical Education; B.S.Ed., M.A.Ed.— Ball State University; Wrestling Coach, Mat Maids Sponsor. MRS. DIANE SOREN- SEN— Resource Teacher for Blind and Partially Sighted Students; B.S. —Illinois State University. MR. WILLIAM STAMOS— Science; B.A.— Indiana Univer- sity; Pep Club Sponsor. MR. DELBERT STEVENS- Mathematics; B.A.— Valparaiso University, B.S., M.A.— Purdue University. MR. JOHN SWANSON— Contemporary History, Economics; B.S. — Colorado State University, M.A.— Stanford University; Sponsor of Sr. Student Council. MR. DAVID TALABAY— Eng- lish; B.A. — Indiana University, M.S. —Purdue Univer- sity; FTA Sponsor. MR. EARL THOMPSON-Physical Education; M.S. —University of Illinois; Athletic Direc- tor, Financial Manager, Head Track Coach. MR. PHILIP THOMPSON— Mathematics; B.A.-St. Jo- seph ' s College. MR. ALBERT TILENDIS-Mathematics; B. Ed.— Southern Illinois University, M. A. — University of Illinois, Indiana University. MRS. JEANNE TREN- GOVE— Spanish; B.A.— Indiana University; Sponsor of M.S. Spanish Club. MR. EDWARD TROY-English; B.S., M.A.— Ball State University; Swim Coach. MR. THOMAS UNDERWOOD-Industrial Arts: B,S,-lndiana State University. MR. RONALD UNKURI— Drama. English; B.S., M.S. —Indiana University; Dramatics Instructor, Usherettes Spon- sor. MR. WAYNE WAGNER— M.S. Physical Education; B.S., M.A.— Ball State University; Varsity Shop Supervisor. MRS. LAU- REL WEISS— Biology; B. A. —Franklin College; Sponsor of the Class of ' 75. MR. ROBERT WELTE-Business Education; B.S.- Manchester College, B. A.— Ball State University; Business De- partment Chairman, Sponsor of Business Club. MR. RONNIE WHITCOMBE— M.S. Social Studies; B.A., M. A. —Indiana State University. MISS LOUISE WILLIAMS— Social Studies, Geogra- phy; B.S.— Southeast Missouri State College. MR. ROBERT WIL- SON — Science, Health and Safety; B.S., M.S,— Indiana State University; Middle School Football Coach, Freshman Basketball Cooch. MR. RICHARD WILLIS-Mathematics; B.$.-St. Joseph ' s College, M.S. —Purdue University; Sponsor of the Class of ' 75, MR. KENNETH WYSOCKI-Mathematics; B.S., M.A.T.-Purdue University. MR. STAN ZALEY— Band, Orchestra; B.M.— Butler University, M.M.— Vandercook College of Music; Bond Director, Sponsor of Twir- lers. MISS MARCEL ZLOTNIK— French, Social Studies; B.A.— Indiana University; Jr. High French Club Sponsor. MR. THOMAS ZYG- MUNT— Social Studies, Geography; B.S. M.A.— Ball State Univer- sity; Sponsor of the Class of ' 76. MRS. MILDRED GAUDER— Braille Transcriber for Blind Students. In Memory of . . . Mr. James G. Gibson Gavit students will long remember Mr. James G, Gibson’s cheerful face. Mr. Gibson taught math from 1966-1972 at G.H.S., and helped many stu- dents realize the value of school and outdoor life. He received his B.S. and M.S. in Mathematics from the University of Southern Illinois. Mr. Gibson sponsored the Conservation Club, later renamed the Hunting and Fishing Club, and was a statisti- cian for the basketball teams. . . . “WHEN THROUGH ONE MAN A LITTLE MORE LOVE AND GOODNESS, A LITTLE MORE LIGHT AND TRUTH COMES INTO THE WORLD, THEN THAT MAN’S LIFE HAS HAD MEANING.” Alfred Delp Mr. Gene Qualls Mr. Gene Qualls taught English from 1968-1970 at Gavit. He sponsored the Eng- lish Club and was very active in the produc- tion of the student publication “Mightier Than The Sword”, a booklet containing original stu- dent work. Mr. Qualls received his B.S. in Education from Indiana University. Studen ts at G.H.S. will remember Mr. Qualls for his dedication and devotion to learning. FACULTY 63 Mr. Gene Swaim— Assistant Principal Miss Betty Lundahl— Dean of girls Mr. Bob Spry — Dean of boys Mr. Donald Moretton— Principal Dr. Robert L. Medcalf— Superintendent of Hammond Public Schools Hammond School Board From left — Dr. David Cooley, Mr. Richard Schreiber, Mr. Alfred Kuhn, Mr. Max H. Mason, Dr. Albert L. Kaye 64 ADMINISTRATION Clerical Staff From left —Mrs. D. Middleton, Miss S. Fredricks, Mrs. J. Frazier, Mrs. S. Hunt, Mrs. H. Meissler, Mrs. O. Bowers Janitors — Mr. C. Washington, Mr. O. Taggert Cafeteria Staff— Row 1— A. Johnson, M. Yoways, S. Ostoisch, I Wendlinger, L. Alexanderson, M. Speelman, M. Farmer Row 2 — F. Swiontek, G. Dutz, V. Biggs, S. Roberts, R. Strayer, A. Mock, D. Wendall ADMINISTRATION 65 66 ORGANIZATIONS INTRODUCING The All-American Art Club page 73 Attendance Aids page 91 Audio-Visual page 89 Bookstore Aids page 9 1 Chess Club page 78 Cinema Club page 79 Creative Stitchery Club page 72 Care of Under-Priviledged Children page 76 Debate Team page 70 Drill Team page 87 English Office Aids page 88 Conservation Club page 78 Forensics Club page 71 French Club page 74 Future Nurses Club page 75 Future Teachers Club page 75 German Club page 74 Graphic Arts Club page 72 Guidance Office Aids page 90 Gym Class Assistants page 89 Lettermen page 84 Library Aids page 90 Main Office Aids page 88 Mat Maids page 85 Mime page 78 MINI-INDEX Modem Dance Club page 79 Monitors page 90 National Honor Society page 8 1 Nurse’s Office Aids page 9 1 COE page 77 Quill and Scroll page 80 Reading Assistants page 71 Rotarians page 80 Science Club page 73 Science Lab Aids page 88 Soribner ' s Club page 71 Sewing Aids page 88 Sewing Club page 72 Spanish Club page 74 Speech page 70 Stage Crew page 77 Student Council page 84 Student Court page 80 Swimmettes page 85 Thespians page 76 Top Ten Seniors page 81 Track Aids page 85 Twirlers page 87 Usherettes page 72 Varsity Shop Aids page 87 ORGANIZATIONS 67 THE SCROLL STAFF presented a practically unrecognizable newspaper to us this year, with city-paper style and updated columns. Writing the G.A.A. News was Pat Boldin, and boy’s sports was reported by Merrill Clark (top I.). Jim Blumenha- gen. Exchange Editor, poses with Amy Lee, Advertising Edi- tor, and Ron “Strawberries” Henry for a quick pic and a hug. (top r.). Peggy Hester and Mary Ellen Kren (lower I.). sent our school news to city and community newspapers this year. Debbie Sandoval, Florence Veray, Kim Allen, and Toni Palmer wrote all the special features in the SCROLL for 1973. PLAYING A MAJOR part in the changes made were Paula Gibbs, Editor, and Marian Lucas, Assistant Editor (top I.). Supplying the staff with photographs were Scott Wilson and Dave Jamrose. This year’s SCROLL reporters — Vickie Earle, Mary Ellen Kren, Tom Schwab, Vernall Anderson, and Chris Balacz (lower I.), are shown here on strike. Usually, though, everyone tries to put their best side forward, like Kim (lower r.). DEBATE TEAM: K. Augustyne, J. Spoerner, R. Van Vynct, V. Wojtowicz, S. Aldridge, G. Smith, B. Ready, A. Blaine, J. Yaney, P. Harrington. SPEECH TEAM: row 1 — J. Royal, S. Zack, R. Maruscak, J. Hartmann, G. Smith, A. Blaine, J. Rob- erts. row 2 — A. Lee, C. Chivington, L. Sefton, S. Nevers, P. Harrington, L. Narug. row 3 — V. Wojtowicz. K. Augustyn, J. Yaney, D. Zaja, P. Tidwell, R. Van Vynckt. 70 ORGANIZATIONS FORENSICS: row 1— J. Miller, S. Zack, R. Maruscak, J. Royal, J. Hartmann, G. Smith, P. Harrington, row 2 — S. Bazoo, J. Doakes, L. Sefton, S. Nevers, L. Narug, B. Ready, A. Blaine, row 3— D. Zaja, C. Chivington, S. Carter, J. Roberts, B. Medwetz. A SCRIBNER ' S: row 1 — C. Moore, D. McCrum. row 2 — M. Heilman, T. Puchley. row 3— R. Van Vynckt, J. Oresco. row 4— A. Middle- ton, R. McAbee, B. Lax. READING HELPERS: row 1 — J. Paulik, S. Schoenfelt, J. Vadas, J. Barnhart, K. Garski, row 2 — L. Ramsey, V. Yockey, L. Yockey, D. Profitt, G. Mann, N. Basham, J. Rausch, N. Petro, D. Klisurich. ORGANIZATIONS 71 CREATIVE STITCHERY: K. Brothers, C. Odom, C. McLaughlin, M. Miller SEWING CLUB: row 1 — J. Schoenborn, P. Harreld. P. Stephan, T. Wszolek. row 2 — C. Za- borski, P. Wheeler, Mrs. Schneider, row 3— D. Foster, K. Winarski, T. Rogers. ▼ CHESS CLUB: row 1 -J. Lawson, D. Shryock, R. Digelow, D. Schroeder, D. Satterfield, row 2 — C. Zachy, G. Klisurich, J. Policed, J. Oresko, M. Batchelor, row 3 — J. Blumenhagen, E. Bunde, T. Wilkens, B. Russell, B. Roper, row 4— R. Jackson, D. Davis, M. Gerber, E. Wajtowicz, J. Clapp, R. Shurlow. row 5— M. Erb, M. Frye, Mrs. Reinke, J. Spoerner, C. Klemnic. y USHERETTES: row 1 -P. Allen, S. Morri- son, R. Unkuri, D. Saltonovitz, V. Earle, row 2 — P. Hester, L. Ohnat, E. Connell, S. Harrigan, M. Qualls, J. Laws, row 3 — N. Polys, C. Kellar, N. Adams, D. McCrum, D. Klisurich, D. Hines. A GRAPHIC ARTS: row 1— J. Janega, E. Vandersteen. row 2— C. Milan- ovick. Urankin. row 3— R. Jackson, J. Core, row 4— D. Fretter, J. Pawlus, B. Welik y. row 5 — Mr. Clausen, S. Thorpe, L. Davis, row 6 — T. Towas- nicki, B. Smith, S. Wilson. SCIENCE CLUB: row 1 — Steve Batchelor, W. Newcomb, B. Korpella, J. Gibson, P. Demkov- ich, D. Milne, row 2— Mr. Johnson, D. Galovich, J. Livingston, L. Pawlik, R. Stahl, R. Wolenty. ▼ ▲ GERMAN CLUB: (from top) row 1 — M. Kish, C. Chivington, Mrs. Rutherford, L. Knight, D. Wondre, row 2— K. Douthett, K. Shobi, K. Werth, V. Seward, C. Benirschke, row 3— C. Gibson, L. Greer, D. Jurich LANGUAGE CLUBS SPANISH CLUB: (from top) row 1 — B. Galovic, N. Ferry, C. Smock, S. Papesh, C. Beal, M. Dillon, row 2— M. Hedrick, S. Ponce, R. Haack, M. Mangone, L. Dawson, A. Rodovich, row 3— M. Stevens, B. Moore, S. Peruts, M. Mista, M. Drudge, R. Martin , row 4 — C. Opasik, S. Silverman, M. Kren, J. Miterko, B. Beno, K. Hammond, Miss Dallas, row 5— B. Lucas, P. Bartowski, N. Williams, V. Earle ▼ A FRENCH CLUB: (from top) row 1 — L. Sobak, C. Rytel, row 2— K. Ganz, C. Kopanko, N. Denning, A. Conrad, D. Klobuchar, D. Gu- lasy, row 3— D. Wolenty, E. Connell, N. Elliot, M. Lucas, J. Yaney, P. Esgate, M. Vliek, E. Stephens, row 4— S. Gluth, S. Simms, M. Moldrowski, J. Berwanger, A. Lacy, C. Drudge, K. Tracey, D. Denning 74 ORGANIZATIONS - FUTURE NURSES: (from top) row 1 — S. Horrigan, M. Hatch, K. Godberg, P. Martin, row 2 — J. Hubble, P. Tozer, E. Kaczmarczyk, P. Ovaert, D. Potter, row 3 — P. Gibbs, S. Hester, D. Kugler. FUTURE TEACHERS: (from top) L. Fatheree, Mr. Talabay, K. Salto- navitz, L. Kohut, L. Felling, D. Mezei, K. Solon, D. Kovach, J. Shev- chenko, K. Patterson, A. Rodovich, N. Petro, T. Laskowski, S. Mor- rison, P. Hester ORGANIZATIONS 75 CUC: (from top) row 1 — L. Pennington, C. Molder, J. Melton, K. Allen, P. Grass, row 2— A. Venturrini, D. Sandoval, L. Koerner, G. Benko, C. Skiba, R. Ferry, row 3— J. Winkler, D. Davis, M. Kujawa, L. Ihnat, M. Sudicky, row 4— T. Cunningham, D. Wallace, D. Slavena, S. Grillian, V. Sidewa, A. Rodovich, row 5 — R. Allen, D. Chalmers, J. Rausch, M. Lucas, R. Haack, row 6 — S. Smith, S. McCorkle, K. Muir, C. Stewart, T. Shantz THESPIANS: (from top) row 1 — J. Livingston, S. Morrison, R. Wolenty, N. Petro, row 2— D. Milne, R. Henry, J. Saltanov- itz, J. Royal, row 3— J. Miterko, J. Hartmann, P. Gibbs, K. Allen, row 4— C. Bradburn, R. O’Drobinak, W. Newcomb, G. Smith, row 5— L. Pawlik, T. Puchley, P. Demkovich, S. Harrigan. ▼ COE: (from top) row 1 — J. Putcher, B. Chorbo, S. Redman, Mr. Welte, row 2— L. Knoerzer, C. Homrich, C. Tobin, row 3— C. Charnekar, P. Mullins, G. McLean, G. Orcutt. STAGE CREW: (from top to bottom) D. Milne, J. Livingston, R. Wolenty, W. Newcomb, B. Stahl, P. Demkovich, J. Saltonovitz, L. Pawlik, G. Smith, R. Henry, T. Puchley, Mr. Unkuri. 77 CONSERVATION CLUB: row 1 — R. Beezie, E. Schoenfelt, D. White, row 2— Mr. Krughoff, N. Spok, J. Smith, row 3— R. Louder- milk, G. Amick, H. Witter, C. Rubin, row 4— D. Woomer, K. Kuklo, row 5 — C. Webb, L. Cumbly, P. Stephens, B. Medwetz. MIME: top to bottom — P. Demkovich, T. Tuchley, S. Sefton, S. Be- cker, S. Harrigan, L. Foster, Mr. Unkuri. ▼ 78 ORGANIZATIONS CINEMA CLUB: row 1 — T. Palmer, R. Allen, row 2 — Mr. Kopenec, Mr. Petyo, row 3— J. Esgate, R. Canale, row 4— W. Brach, K. Au- gustyn, D. Fivecoat, M. Jacobsen, row 5— J. Dufresne, J. Painter, P. Fornasi. MODERN DANCE: row 1 — W. Harwell, G. Beverly, C. Mardis, F. Hill, row 2 — D. Mardis, V. Anderson, J. Laws, (sec.) J. Laws, (V.P.) S. Speights, row 3— D. Lackey, B. Hill, R. Lackey, C. Hill (Pres.), J. Laws, (Trees.) R. Beverly. ▼ ORGANIZATIONS 79 COURT JUSTICES: Row 1 -R. Dorsey, A. Lobus, N. Winkley, J. Hussey. Row 2— S. Brown, S. Morrison, N. Pappas. ROTARIANS: Row 1 — D. Moser, J. Federoff. Row 2 — C. Wilkins, S. Zack, M. Clark, T. Skiba, J. Baliga. QUILL AND SCROLL: Row 1— V. Anderson, M. Bunde, A. Lee, M. Kren, F. Veray, P. Gibbs. Row 2— F. Rangel, K. Allen, P. Bolden, D. Sandoval, V. Earle, P. Hester. Row 3 — Mr. D. Kopenec, C. Balazs, P. Burdyl, D. Klisurich, M. Lucas. 80 ORGANIZATIONS ▼ TOP TEN SENIORS: Row 1 — C. Frazier, P. Papesh, P. Hester, S. Zack. Row 2— M. Mangone, C. Mote, P. Bartowski, P. Burdyl, S. Zaikis, L. Pawlik. NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY: Row 1 — S. Roper, T. Zuffa, C. Bradburn, P. Bartowski, P. Gibbs, J. Hartmann, L. Yockey, S. Greer, M. Marks. Row 2 — M. Van Buskirk, S. Bodnar, R. Smith, M. Mangone, J. Baliga, D. Krizman, P. Hester, T. Puchley, S. Morrison. Row 3— C. Frazier, G. Smith, T. Michna, N. Winkley, R. Odrobinak, P. Burdly, S. Giannini, N. Howe, G. Cooper, N. ? Williams. Row 4 — M. Omar. V. Dzuik. K. Allen. L. Pawlik. S. Zaikis. G. Burdlv. M. Kirschieper, R. Hawkins, T. Skiba, J. Penzak. ORGANIZATIONS 81 VALEDICTORIAN Peggy Hester SALUTATORIAN Par Burdyl D.A.R. AWARD Mary Jo Mangone r BETTY CROCKER HOMEMAKER Mary Ann Heilman WORLD TRAVELERS Connie Brad bum, Alex Milo, Joan Berwanger S.C. SPONSORS BEST HOMECOMING GAVIT STUDENT COUNCIL LETTERMEN: row 1 —Henry, Baliga, Smith, Cri stwell, Cross Rozgany, Sak, Yokovich, row 2— Hawkins, Hellinga, Wilkins, Black, Michna, Chenault, Cooley, Bratton, row 3— Moser, Graczyk, Budreau, Bond, Boldin, Ferguson, Skiba, Bindas, row 4— Molchan, Kotso, Vazonis, Nagel, Johnson, Graves, Van Buskirk, row 5— Qualls, Horvath, Scott, Federoff, Michels, King, Sefton 84 ORGANIZATIONS TRACK AIDS: row 1 — D. Klisurich, P. Hoffman, J. Houck, D. Sitnick, 2 — K. Muir, G. Johnson, C. Skiba, D. Sandoval COUNCIL OFFICERS: T. Bogucki, D. Sitnick, M. Mangone, K. Allen SWIMMETTES: row 1-A. Michels, L. Dolton, K. Muir, D. Klisurich, P. Kuglar, J. Jankowski, S. Carroll, S. Fullgraf, M. Hurd, D. Dietrich, V. Earle, K. Tracey, J. Novotney, P. Boldin, row 2 — L. Na- rug, N. Howe, N. Polys, P. Esgate, S. Greer, J. Klapkowski, R. Martin, J. Mel- ton, J. Winkler, J. Geurts, row 3— C. Kellar, C. Skiba, D. Sandoval, M. Lucas, D. Linsenman, A. Hertzfeldt, D. Orzeckowicz, S. Otto, D. Smith, L. Ko- erner, row 4— G. Johnson, A. Venta- rini, M. Tuskan, M. Kren, J. Miller, A. Lee MAT MAIDS: ROW 1 -P. Hoffman, P. Eagan, L. Sefton, A. Charnekar, M. Hric, K. Krsak, L. Clark, A. Lee, J. Hurd. D. Bortnik, row 2— N. Lessard, P. York, A. Hertzfeldt, R. McCahon, D. Sandoval, C. Skiba, A. Michels, D. Denning, D. Klisurich, L. Dawson, row 3— L. VanBuskirk, F. Veray, N. Howe, C. Bradburn, K. Allen, P. Gibbs, M. Bunde, R. Rausch, K. Tracy, J. Murfin row ORGANIZATIONS 85 86 ORGANIZATIONS DRILL TEAM: Row 1 — C. Rosinski, D. Bortnik, L. Shearon, M. Hurd, F. Veray, M. Gray, M. Wsolek. Row 2 — M. Drudge, K. Tracy, K. Hammond, M. Tuskan, A. Michels, L. Dalton, P. Hamilton, N. Perry, C. Graczyk. Row 3 — M. Bunde, P. Overland, C. Drudge, C. Vandersteen, C. Skiba, L. Kerner, M. Merrick, W. Kaminski, A. White, C. Turner, B. Ince, M. Maldraski, J. Berwanger, J. Murfin, N. Winkley. ORGANIZATIONS 87 ▲ English Aids: D. Allen, V. Earle, K. Allen, M. Kren. MAIN OFFICE AIDS: (from top) row 1 — H. Witter, S. Greer, S. Ponce, row 2 — S. Thrall, M. Thrall, S. Nowaczyk, row 3 — D. Dur- czyk, M. Kujawa, D. Ramsey. SEWING AIDS: top to bottom — P. Swaf- ford, K. Winarski, P. DeVore, M. Drudge, C. Drudge, R. Ferry, B. Janiga, K. Pandak, L. Maranto, S. Becker, K. Courtney, C. Mapel, J. Yaney, N. Dykel. SCIENCE LAB ASSISTANTS: (from top) row 1 — D. Baker, K. Allen, E. Schoenfelt, R. Wo- lenty, L. Livingston, L. Enslow, J. Oresko, J. Gibson, row 2— L. Pawlik, J. Undi, M. Hatch, B. Medwetz, S. Harrigan, D. Milne, B. Stahl, row 3— P. Bartowski, A. Michels, B. Chorba, B. Lazzell, B. Cosgrove, J. Winkler, B. Smith, row 4— G. Louis, S. Morrison, C. Stewart, S. Nevers, J. Smith, J. Geurts, B. Ready. ▼ ■ AUDIO-VISUAL: (from top) row 1 — C. Crut- cher, J. Painter, J. Beardsley, M. Schaade, Mr. Culbertson, row 2— R. Enslow, J. Pollard, D. Fivecoat, G. Klisurich, row 3— M. Batche- lor, B. Fatheree, R. Wheeler, B. Wilke, row 4— C. Wilke, D. Vandersteen, J. Sherbert, B. Rutherford, S. Plowecki. GYM AIDS: (from top) row 1 — P. Hoffman, C. Skiba, A. Michels, L. Dolton, L. Mahns, row 2 — M. Lucas, M. Lain, P. Mizyak, P. Burdyl, F. McMahon, row 3 — L. Van Buskirk, C. Smith, J. Novotny, D. Dietrich, S. Berwanger, row 4— P. Boldin, G. Johnson, J. Klapkowski, V. Thomsberry, T. Zuffa. LIBRARY: from left to right— B. McAbee, Mrs. Cornell, D. Foster, C. Bolzer, N. Petro, J. Oresko, S. Zack, P. Steiss, C. Harvey, M. Qualls, S. Carter, S. Harrigan, S. Morrison, B. Smith, M. Uliek, T. Mazany, J. Paulson, J. Carman, L. Ramswv D. Opasik, Mrs. Neiswinger. GUIDANCE OFFICE: (from top) row 1 — B. Moore, B. Rodosy, S. Peruts, row 2— C. Courtney, L. Carter, row 3— D. Berkley, L. Ramsey, row 4— J. Burns, W. Kaminski, row 5— R. Silverman, E. Connell. ▼ 4 - BOOKSTORE: (from top) row 1 — D. Houk, C. Pankowski, M. Ray, row 2— J. Nowaczyk, C. McLaughlin, J. Denning, row 3— G. Beverly, S. Silverman, L. Saboff, J. Thorbjornsen. ATTENDANCE OFFICE: (from top) row 1 — R. Knight, K. Frayer, L. Sullivan, K. McLaughlin, S. Welch, W. Kaminski, C. Moore, row 2— R. O ' Drobinak, L. Geary, K. Godberry, R. Lackey, L. McKay, K. Yerga, J. Ellison, D. Anderson, V. Hotlinv. ▼ National Honor Society whoops it up for Homecoming. NURSE S OFFICE: top to bot tom — A. Bossinger, C. Smock, S. Martin, N. Lessard, D. Fel- ling, J. Kasprzycki, C. Kellar, D. Ryder, K. Gale, P. Tozer, S. Vahst. MONITORS: (from top) row 1 — D. McCrum, K. Godberry, N. Mack, T. Shantz, R. Robley, C. Balzer, D. fivecoat, P. Hester, row 2— R. Gibbs, L. Koerner, M. Lee, G. Johnson, J. Miterki, row 3— R. Mitchell, J. Winkler, D. Sandoval, C. Skiba, M. Moldraski, row 4— A. Hertzfeldt, P. Boldin, N. Rippe, J. Cross, R. Ross, B. McAbee, row 5— M. Heilman, J. McGaha, C. Driscoll, M. Hurd, D. Zaja, S. Carter, M. Zerkel. m ■wi S5i " wi A 1551 ' • -1 A " 551 S51 IS A IW1 X 1 " 551 1551 " 551 v :◄ KSA PZT4 KZ4 K54 A FZ4 KZA KZA KZA SPORTS 92 SPORTS Glads Scramble To Best Season Ever! Finish With a 7 Win-3 Loss Record Varsity rooroall: Row 1— lerry Qualls, Jack Federoff, Pete Budreau, Joe Baliga, Merrill Clark, Dave Horvath, Mark Sanders, Bob Littlejohn, Jerry Hellinga, Tom Skiba, Chuck Wilkins, Row 2— Dennis Scott, Tom Templeton, Jeff Johnson, Tom Ferguson, Jeff Bond, Rich Dankenbring, Stephan Pendricks, George Michels, Tom Yokovich, Dan Moser, Ed Smaron, mgr. Row 3— Rich Fields, mgr., Metro Bindas, Mitch Chenault, Bill Cosgrove, Dave Hanas, Tim Shelton, Ed Schoenfelt, John Rozgony, Reggie Lou- dermilk, Steve Smoot, Ed Pawlus, mgr. Row 4— Jack Tatusko, Mike Callahan, Randy Bond, Art Labus, Curt Werth, Bob Graczyk, Jim Narantic, Dave Blastic, Jim Sakelaris, Jim Saltanovitz, mgr. Row 5— Jeff Ossana, Carl Bergstrom, Rich Korem, Bill Shrop- shire, Perry Ferrini, Terry Redlarczyk, Maurice Klefeker, Tim Towasnicky, Fred Thorbjornsen. Varsity Football ’72 G.H.S. Oppone 7 Highland 6 63 Hammond Tech 40 35 Chicago Washington 10 14 E.C. Roosevelt 26 38 Whiting 8 31 Clark 33 36 E.C. Washington 0 0 Morton 16 9 Hammond High 16 12 Bishop Noll 6 94 SPORTS Gavit’s football team kicked the ' 72-73 school year off to an exciting start. During the first three weeks of September, Gavit remained undefeated. E.C. Roosevelt inflicted the first loss upon the Glads making them even tougher for their Whiting game which ended in a Gavit victory. Clark managed to slip by in the closing seconds with a mere 2 point edge; but that frustrating loss sup- plied the Glads with enough fuel to wipe out E.C. Wash- ington for a victorious Homecoming. Two weeks later, Gavit was at it again! This time they stunned 8th ranked Hammond High with a fantastic 9-6 upset victory. When it was all over, the Glads had won seven out of ten games, and established themselves as the winningest football team in Gavit ' s 1 2 year history. Head Coach John Quinn worked hard with his boys and succeeded in developing them into a well-balanced team. Captains Dave Horvath, Merrill Clark, and Mark Sanders provided the Gladiators with experienced lead- ership on the field. Veterans Jeff Bond, Pete Budreau, Bob Graczyk, Tom Ferguson, George Michels, and Tim Shelton contributed to Gavit’s strong offensive punch. Handling the defensive duties were seniors Joe Baliga, Jack Federoff, Jerry Hellinga, Bob Littlejohn, Terry Qualls, Tom Skiba, Chuck Wilkins, and Tom Yokovich. SPORTS 95 Frosh and Soph Teams On The Move FROSH FOOTBALL GAVIT Opponen SOPHOMORE FOOTBALL 13 Highland 14 GAVIT Opponent 8 Hammond Tech 8 8 Hammond High 8 14 Gary West 6 0 Hammond Tech 8 24 E. C. R. 6 0 Gary West 14 26 Whiting 6 20 E. C. R. 24 8 Clark 34 0 Munster 8 16 E. C. W. 14 22 Clark 0 14 Morton 0 0 E. C. W. 0 ! 12 Hammond High 0 o Morton 6 26 Bishop Noll 0 14 Hammond High 22 1 Final Record: 7-2-1 2nd 6 Bishop Noll 0 Place Final Record: 2-6-2 (W L T ) y+ bMtA Look at that one, guys! Frosh F-Ball: Row 1 — L. Flores, T. Wargo, M. Archie, D. Vido, P. Tracy, T. Plaskota, R. Stevens, D. Pease, E. Essary, T. Wilson, M. Smock. Row 2— M. Cooley, A. Kowacsky, C. Malawovic, R. Allen, T. Trtan, D. Werner, M. Pappas, M. Winarski, K. Knutson, S. Goral, K. Brown, G. Novak. Row 3— Coach Ballou, R. Canale, E. Van Dersteen, T. Janiga, T. Puchley, J. FederofF, D. Shyrock, B. Biancardi, T. Moore, K. Dalton, M. Dillon, T. Rausch, B. Davidson, R. Bigelow, G. Cichoki, B. Rutherford, Coach Kuchenberg. Sophomores are set to go. UGH! Gavit’s Tennis Team Has Winning Season With the loss of State Tennis Champ, Webb Hayne, as well as five other starters. Coach Tom Shi- mala was left this year with only two returning veterans. Never- theless this year’s racketmen put it together and ended up with a 4 win 3 loss overall record. The Glads blanked E. C. Roosevelt, 5-0, for their only shutout of the season. They also won decisive victories over Morton, E. C. W., and Ham- mond Tech to gain the 3rd place spot in the Lake Shore Conference. Looking forward to next year, Gavit’s tennis team will be losing three seniors, Pat Clark, Al Milo, and Jim Thorbjornsen; but with the return of juniors, Tom Riley and Joe Kucharski, along with a gang of tal- ented sophomores, Gavit ' s tennis squad should have an even more successful season in ' 73. Pat Clark slams one over. M. Macnak, M. Bearby an d T. Riley in action. TENNIS TEAM: Row 1— Steve Bechtel, Joe Kucharski, John Bachman, Mark Bearby. Row 2— Coach Shimala, Tom Riley, Mark Macnak, Alex Milo, Craig Lucht, Jim Thorbjornsen, Pat Clark. 98 SPORTS Cross Country Team: Row 1 — Mark Batchelor, Bob Miller. Row 2 — Jim Nagel, Bob Hedricks, Jim Cristwell, Jeff Baccino. Row 3 — Dave Ready, Pete Jetson, Steve Gibbs, Rick Graves, Dan Hudnall, Brad Black, Chris Wantroba, Coach Fruehling. Fall of ' 72 is Rough for X- Country Squad The 1972 season was one of re- building for Gavit’s cross country team coached by Mr. Earl Fruehl- ing. Last June’s graduation took a high toll and only two veterans. Brad Black and Jim Nagel, returned this fall. Even with its youth and in- experience, our cross country men proved to be tough competitors and although they failed to win a meet this season, the experience they gained will undoubtedly be in- valuable in the coming years. Running their last races for Gavit were seniors. Brad Black, Rick Graves, and Jeff Baccino. The rest of the squad will be returning next fall and hopefully will be able to lead the Glads to better, brighter seasons in the future. Jim Cristwell (left), Jim Nagel (right), and Brad Black on the move. 99 SPORTS New Coach Brings New Look to Gavit’s VARSITY BASKETBALL TEAM: Row 1: Randy Scott, Jack FederofF, Rich Korem, Jim Michels, Larry Vaznonis, Tim Bajusz; Row 2; Pete Budreau, Bob Graczyk, Greg Barnes, Mark Cooley, Chris Ford, Tom Michna, Coach Russell. Team VARSITY BASKETBALL 72- 73 G.H.S. OPPONENT 38 GRIFFITH 64 66 HIGHLAND 86 56 E.C. WASHINGTON 81 41 HOBART 54 58 HAMMOND HIGH 72 70 T.F. NORTH 52 50 MUNSTER 45 60 HAMMOND TECH 61 45 CLARK 56 50 CLARK 66 53 MORTON (O.T.) 55 59 CROWN POINT 71 53 GARY WALLACE 69 50 BISHOP NOLL 63 68 HAMMOND TECH 90 78 CALUMET 56 55 E.C. ROOSEVELT 64 71 RIVER FOREST 70 58 WHITING 61 53 T.F. SOUTH —Sectionals— 73 61 HIGHLAND (O.T.) 57 62 HAMMOND HIGH 82 Final Record: 5 Wins, 1 7 Losses The Glads began to come alive on the basketball court this year with the arrival of new head coach, Mr. Tim Russell. The Varsity ' s season record of 5-wins- 17 losses makes this year appear as just an- other lack-luster one for Gavit ' s struggling basketballers, but there are signs of better things to come. This year the squad got off to a sluggish start, but after their first four games, fired up and scored back-to-back victories over T.F. North and Munster. Dur- ing Gavit’s Holiday Tourney, our boys let Hammond Tech slip by with a 1 point edge, and the next week, they lost an overtime heartbreaker to cross-town rival Morton. Gavit’s squad picked up momen- tum as they neared the season’s end. They wiped out both Calumet and River Forest and stayed within a close 9 points of big, tough E.C. Roosevelt in the Homecoming game. Senior guards, Pete Budreau and Tom Michna, along with juniors Bob Graczyk and Chris Ford, directed Gavit ' s deliberate offense. Working under the boards were big seniors Randy Scott and Jack Federoff. Rebounding king, Larry Vaznonis, turned in consistent, clutch performances as did junior Greg Barnes— the team’s leader in both the scoring and assists. By sectional time, three talented sophs — Jim Michels, Tom Bajusz, and Rich Korem — and big frosh Mark Cooley had invaded the Var- sity squad. Seniors Dave Horvath, Mark Sanders, and Ronnie Kotso played some fine ball for Gavit’s cause before giving way to the “Youth Movement”. Loud and lively Lettermen cheer our Glads on to victory. P m J fT • m 2 m r m L vl W wim ilii r - 1 1 101 Reserves Prepare For Future Greatness Reserve: Top: C. Shryock, R. Rapchak, B. Galovic, M. Greay, T. Bajusz, M. Cooley, P. Hanas, P. Bergstrom, J. Rastoski, Floor — B. Russell, Coach Chintis, E. Smaron. Reserve B-Ball 72-73 GHS OPPONENT 37 GRIFFITH 43 47 HIGHLAND 29 47 E.C.W. 49 33 HOBART 32 36 H.H.S. 40 38 T.F. NORTH 40 45 MUNSTER 35 46 MORTON 33 40 CLARK 27 40 TECH 42 32 CLARK 30 46 MORTON 32 45 CROWN POINT 37 40 GARY WALLACE 57 24 NOLL 44 33 TECH 31 40 CALUMET 39 36 E.C.R. 33 42 RIVER FOREST 45 35 WHITING 38 55 T.F. SOUTH 68 1 1 Wins 1 0 Losses Mike Hanas shoots for “2 Reserves strain to tip it in. 1 02 SPORTS Freshmen Snatch City Championship The Gavit Freshman Basketball team coached by Mr. Robert Wilson, stormed through the ’72-’73 season with a respectable 8-5 record. They tied for second place in the conference standings and captured the City Championship with a perfect mark of 4 wins and no losses. Of the 5 losses, two were in overtime and a third had a margin of just two points. Team leaders were: D. Shryock, T. Budreau, K. Knutson, R. Bonnell, and J. Hill. Frosh B-Ball ' 72-73 MUNSTER 40-37 CLARK 42-38 NORTH 43-52 TECH 40-30 LAKE CENTRAL 44-34 H.H.S. 50-43 WHITING 48-40 MORTON 33-32 E.C.R. 41-51 HIGHLAND 55-63 RIDGE 42-29 LAKE JR. 42-51 8 Wins 5 Losses T-T Bu-Bu jumps in mid-air to get that ball. Frosh B-Ball— Bottom: C. Milanovic, Kevin Knutson, J. Juranovich, J. Hill, J. Malloy, A. Herkey, D. Vido. Top — Coach Wilson, T. Budreau, K. Dalton, R. Bonnell, B. Biancardi, P. Fornari, N. Banvard; Not Pictured D. Shryock. SPORTS 103 Gavit Grapplers Pin Down For the past seven years, Gavit’s Grapplers have stacked up winning seasons — six years they have reigned as conference champs be- fore being knocked down to second last year. This season’s over-all record shows only one loss for the team, and Bill Cosgrove was an un- defeated wrestler. Our two Confer- ence Champs were Glen Johnson and Bill Cosgrove and runner-ups were Mark Van Buskirk, Ed Manus and Rich Castleberry. Carlos Tite, Rich Dankenbring and George Michels won 4th places. In the Sec- tional Championship, Van Buskirk took a first, Manus, Cosgrove, Johnso n and Castleberry achieved second places, Terry Qualls won 3rd and Dankenbring, Michels and Rick Graves were awarded 4th places. At the Regionals, our Grap- plers Van Buskirk, Cosgrove, and Castleberry won 2nd, 3rd and 4th places, respectively. Sectional Champ Mark Van Buskirk company prepare for action. Regional Finalist Rich Castleberry goes for another win. 104 SPORTS A 1 2 Win- 1 Loss Season VARSITY WRESTLING G.H.S. Opponent 39 LOWELL 21 34 HAMMOND TECH 28 32 MORTON 23 21 CLARK 27 43 WHITING 12 30 T.F. NORTH 20 28 MERRIVILLE 23 36 E.C.R. 18 23 HAMMOND HIGH 22 31 E.C.W. 17 31 GRIFFITH 16 30 CHESTERTON 27 27 OAK FOREST 19 1 2 wins 1 loss Reserves Capture Conference Title The tradition of winning wrestling teams was carried on by the GHS Reserve team. The wrestling “B” team finished first in the conference with a 6-1 record and an overall record of 11-2-0, gaining a city first place. In the conference tourney, 1 1 9 pounder Rick McDaniel and 1 67 pounder Frank Pfieffer captured first places in their respective divisions. Coach Budd Ballou called it a " great year for Gavit grapplers. " 1 06 SPORTS On the whistle— take him down! GHS GRAPPLERS: Row 1: E. Tite, A. Gavriolis, C. Essary, T. Wilke, M. Van Buskirk, E. Manus, T. Degnan, N. McDaniels, R. Henry, mgr. Row 2: Coach Smith, C. Tite, G. Nowak, C. Zackney, G. Davis, S. Batchelor, B. Lawrence, B. Cosgrove, M. Batche- lor, V. Dunlap, M. Erb, mgr. Row 3: A. Gamblin, S. Gibbs, D. Cross, D. Spillers, R. Allen, M. Callahan, T. Trtan, T. Zachney, R. Dankenbring, T. Thegze, R. Dorsey, Coach Ballou. Row 4: A. Labus, G. Johnson, R. Graves, R. Ortega, R. Pfieffer, B. Kitchens, D. Hanas, T. Templeton, S. Smout, G. Michels. Reserve Team GHS OPP 51 Lowell 9 51 Tech 15 27 Morton 29 57 Clark 12 48 Whiting 6 36 TF North 18 43 Merrillville 25 51 EC Roosevelt 12 35 Hammond High 23 46 EC Washington 15 47 Griffith 23 36 Chesterton 22 14 Oak Forrest 38 B-Team warms up before a meet. SPORTS 1 07 Swimming Splashes into Gavit’s Sport Scene Marking its first year of exis- tence, Gavit’s youthful swimming squad coached scholastic com- petition. Even though they failed to win a meet, Gavit swimmers put up some very tough competition for some of the older more experi- enced teams in the area. Gavit’s “flying fish” neardunked Horace Mann’s team, and they stayed within a close 1 2 points of both Gary Wirt and Morton. Shining individual performances contributed to the team’s balanced attack. Captain Merrill Clark helped by scoring points from the 1 meter diving board, while fellow senior, Brad Black, did his thing in the 200 yard freestyle and relay events. Sophomore standout. Bob Gray, competed in four of the ten races and set individual records in both the 50 and 1 00 yard freestyle. For- tunately for three more swimming seasons. Already he holds records in both the 200 yard medley and 1 00 yard breast stroke. Other tal- ented veterans returning next sea- son are Bobby McCarty, Bob Rus- sell, Ed Schoenfelt, Jim Pawlus, Ernie Vandersteen, Dave Schroeder and junior diver, Tracy Cooley. Gavit Swim Team Records 1972-73 Event Record Holder 50 yd. Freestyle B. Gray 1 00 yd. Freestyle B. Gray 200 yd. Freestyle B. Black 400 yd. Freestyle D. Schroeder 1 00 yd. Breast stroke B. Russell 1 00 yd. Backstroke J. Esgate 1 00 yd. Butterfly B. McCarty 200 yd. Medley J. Esgate Merrill Clark reaches for the ceiling. Gavit swimmer races for the finish. SWIMMING TEAM: Front: Row— G. Lewis, J. Pawlus, J. Kapec, B. Black, B. Russell, M. Jacobsen, E. Bunde, M. Pierce. Second Row— E. Vandersteen, B. Roper, 8. Gray, D. Schroeder, H. Earle, M. Clark, A. Klefeker, R. Korpella. Third Row— P. Brock, R. Pawlik, B. McCarty, T. Cooley, E. Shoenfelt, A. Molchan, J. Stahl, J. Esgate, B. Chrisney. 1 08 SPORTS 1973 TRACK TEAM: Row 1 — Coach Earl Thompson, R. Headrick, P. Boldin, J. Scott, M. Johnson, R. Dorsey, T. Templeton, Coach Bud Ballou. Row 2 — J. Wargo, D. Godbolt, J. Hollis, G. Wendling, L. King, D. Bisbee. Row 3 — R. Allen, A. Angelich, G. Ford, D. Hanas. Row 4— D. Shyrock, J. Halal, J. Nagel, D. Hudnall, J. Christwell, T. Plaskota, A. Herky, D. DufFala. Row 5— N. Pappas, V. Dunlap, L. Flores, D. Lucas, B. Ingram, C. Russell, P. Ferrini, D. Rosales, Row 6 — S. Goral, P. Brock, T. Ferguson, J. Bond, C. Bergstrom, B. Hoolehan, P. Judson. Cindermen Seize 2nd Place Head Coach Earl Thompson and his nimble track team whisked victo- riously through the ' 72 season. Along the way, they smashed eight school records and captured a first place in the Hammond Relays. The 40 member squad lost only once, to Hammond High, during regular season competition. In both the Conference Meet and the City Meet, Gavit’s track stars came in 2nd place. Qualifers for Regionals were Dave Prugh, Herm Hoge, Pete Boldin, and Jeff Bond. NEW SCHOOL RECORD 1972 B. Boldin 1 00 yd. Dash 9.85 J. Parsley 880 yd. Dash 1.57.4 P. Boldin 220 yd. Dash 22.4 J. Parsley 2 Mile Run 9.51.1 D. Prugh Shotput 54’4 " H. Hoge Long Jump 223 ” Ford, Wendlinger, Mile Parsley, King Relay 3.29.6 Boldin, Bond, 880 yd. Hoge, Wendlinger Relay 1.30.8 SPORTS 1 09 Golfers Gain Conference Crown Last year, Gavit ' s golf team chipped in with all Win— 0 loss con- ference record on their way to cap- ture the Lake Shore Conference crown for the second consecutive year. The team placed 8th in sec- tionals and ended the season with 1 2 wins and 6 losses. Only two seniors, Larry Connell Swing high, swing low, get a birdie, Kotso! and Dave Serabin teed off for Ga- vit in ' 72, leaving nine returning golfers for the nucleus of this year ' s squad. Included in this group are veterans Ronnie Kotso, Steve Con- nell, Doug Kunnemann, Dave Ku- tscher, and Mike Janik, who will be taking their final strokes for Gavit in 73. GHS GOLF ' 72 OPP 190 Clark 199 184 Merrillville 156 184 Lew Wallace 173 183 Morton 184 183 EC Roosevelt 199 176 Clark 186 161 Tech 192 163 EC Washington 210 163 Munster 149 170 Hammond High 174 172 Morton 185 167 Whiting 187 164 EC Roosevelt 188 171 Griffith 164 167 Morton 179 171 Highland 166 CONFERENCE RECORD 11-0 Why don’t you get out the ruler, Wilkins? 73 GOLF TEAM: Row 1 : C. Wantroba, R. Kotso, B. Neubauer. Row 2: Coach Shimala, D. Kunnemann, A. Milo, G. Amick, T. Cooley, C. Wilkins. 1 1 0 SPORTS SOCCER SCORES ’72 GHS 1 Hammond High 1 Hammond High 1 Clark 1 Morton 1 Tech 1 Hammond High 1 Clark 1 Morton Hey, can you see the ball down there? Soccer Team Socks Its Way Opp 1 3 0 3 2 1 0 2 To Third Place In City Standings Mike Callahan drives for a goal. In any kind of spring weather, rain or shine, hot or cold, Gavit’s soccer team plays on — chasing their black and white ball around the field. Last year’s team slushed through the season with a 2-4-2 record. Coach John Quinn ' s squad played great defensive ball, allowing their opponents an average of less than two goals per game. However, Ga- vit’s team had trouble putting the ball into the other guys’ net as they just couldn’t get up more than one successful scoring drive in a game. Graduates Mike Homrich, Joe Labus, Russ Huneryager, Rory Simms, Mike Howe, Jethro Sum- mers, and Steve Hanas played well and leave open positions on this year ' s squad. Returning senior vet- erans, Rich Dankenbring, Dave Holtz, Brian Lawrence, Dan Moser, and Mark Van Buskirk are available to fill them and are capable of lead- ing Gavit’s socces team on to a winning season. Letterwinner, Bill Cosgrove, along with sophomores Mike Call- ahan and Jim Sakalaris, should also help to strengthen the Glads scor- ing punch. Gavit Sluggers Swing For Another Conference With the coming of spring showers and flowers, Ga- vit’s baseball squad can’t wait to get to work. Coach Norm Banas and his boys have high hopes for this sea- son as they look to better last year’s 14 win— 4 loss mark. The ' 72 team won the Lake Shore Conference Championship and things look good for Gavit’s dia- mondmen again this year. Hurler Randy Lammertin was lost in last June’s gradu- ation, but returning lettermen Joe Baliga, Jack Federoff, Jerry Hellinga, and Mark Sanders are capable of han- dling the pitching duties. Also returning to this year’s lineup are veterans Pete Budreau, Merrill Clark, Bob Graczyck, Dave Horvath, Tom Michna, Randy Scott, Ralph Smith, Tom Skiba, Larry Vasnonis, and Tom Yokovich. It promises to be a very exciting spring! 1st Row (sitting): Tom Yokovich, Randy Rapchak, Ralph Smith, Mark Sanders, Ed Salczynski, 2nd Row: Metro Bindas, mgr., Jerry Hellinga, Randy Scott, Dave Horvath, Larry Vaznonis, Tom Skiba, Jack Federoff, Merrill Clark, 3rd Row: Paul Brush, asst, coach, Dave Blastic, John Rozgony, Joe Baliga, Randy Lammertin, Pete Budreau, Tom Michna, Norm Banas, coach. 112 Championship Tom Michna gets ready for the hit and run. Keep going, Mark! Sponsor Mrs. Sandy Estep r ‘ Volleyball Team Captures Regional GAA Volleyball Team: Row 1 : S. Meier, G. Johnson, P. Myszak, D. Hines. Row 2: N. Elliot, S. Pomplin, J. Hoffman, P. Burdyl, C. Balazs, P. Hoffman. Row 3: Coach Kelly. Gavit’s girls volleyball team, coached by Miss Margaret Kelly, slammed through the ' 72 season with 1 7 wins and 2 losses. They ran away with first place in both Sectio- nal and Regional competition, ad- vancing to the state tournament. Gavit ' s volleyballers placed 5th, losing a tough game to eventual state champ, South Bend St. Joe. Next year ' s squad should be major contenders again as they are only losing two seniors, Pat Myszak and Pat Burdyl. Opp GHS East Gary W River Forest W Griffith W Hammond High W Gary Wirt W Merrillville W Concord W Morton W Rortage W Munster L Lake Central W Calumet W Andrean W Griffith W Munster W Highland W Lowell W Lake Central W S. Bend St. Joe L GHS gals jump for joy as they win another one. SPORTS 115 G.A.A. Chalks Up Another Victorious Year! FIELD HOCKEY: (row 1) A. Amick, J. Poulson, S. Bazoo, P. Boldin, S. Mier, K. Thomas, E. Stevens, T. Zuffa, D. Frye, D. Hines (row 2) J. Yarinsky, C. Smith, S. Pomplin, L . Dawson, J. Hoffman, P. Burdyl, M. Lucas, J. Bechtal, C. Stewart, G. Johnson, Coach Kelly. FIELD HOCKEY 1972 G.H.S. Opponent 5 CHESTERTON 0 1 RIVER FOREST 0 3 EAST GARY 1 2 CHESTERTON 2 2 PORTAGE 0 4 wins-0 losses- 1 tie Kim Thomas and Karen Solan dribble down the field. 1 1 6 SPORTS BASKETBALL: (row 1 ) A. Amick, J. Klapkowski, C. Smith, P. Dorsey, M. Lain, P. Wilkins, D. Mysliwy, (row 2) S. Fullgraf, H. Miller, N. Zajac, N. Poulson, L. Dalton, P. Boldin, C. Graycyk, S. Pomplin. The Gavit Girls ' Athletic Association, sponsored by Miss Margaret Kelly, is always up to something. This year’s field hockey team remained undefeated for the second straight year with a record of 4 wins and 1 tie. Senior Goalie, Pat Myszak, who has never lost a game, will leave only one starting position on next fall ' s squad. The 1 2 member Reserve Volleyball team, led by Ju- niors Ann Michels, Marian Lucas, Lori Dalton and Pat Boldin, lost only two out of their 1 2 matches. The G.A.A. Basketball teams continued to add to their win- ning streaks. The Varsity girls have won 23 straight contests over a two year span while the Reserves ' streak stretches back 18 games to January, 1970. This year’s Varsity seized 1st place in the Concord Tourney and also captured the District 1 Championship. In their last game of the season, Gavit’s girls stomped previously unbeated Val- paraiso to become the only undefeated school in North- ern Indiana. Gavit is the defending District Track Title for the second consecutive year. Long Jumper, Donna Colley, who placed 2nd in the State Finals will be miss- ing from this spring’s squad. G.A.A. BASKETBALL ’72-’73 G.H.S. Opponent 40 MORTON 27 55 MUNSTER 34 52 RIVER FOREST 26 62 GRIFFITH 30 63 HAMMOND HIGH 35 43 PORTAGE 30 36 CONCORD 31 78 BISHOP NOLL 19 57 LAKE CENTRAL 26 56 EAST GARY 35 50 CHESTERTON 43 56 LOWELL 37 50 VALPARAISO 39 RECORD: 1 3 wins 0 lossess BASKETBALL: (row 1 ) C. Smith, J. Hoffman, P. Dorsey, P. Burdyl, P. Hoffman, L. Dalton, S. Pomplin, (row 2) D. Hines, K. Thomas, J. Bechtal, P. Myszak, S. Mier, P. Boldin, C. Gray- cyk, G. Johnson, Coach Kelly. Senior Year Ends With Expectations FRESHMAN . . . 1969-1970 . . . Class Officers . . . Merrill Clark, President . . . Terri Zuffa, Vice- President . . . Nancy Winkley, Secretary . . . Brad Black, Treasurer . . . Candy Bar Sale . . . Gabit to Gavit . . . Another try with chicken dinners . . . First Homecoming float- “Gavit is Hip " . . . Three more years seem like eternity . . . SOPHOMORES . . . 1970-1971 . . . Class Officers . . . Merrill Clark, President . . . Joyce Murfin, Vice-President . . . Dyanne Fea, Secretary . . . Michele Merrick, Treasurer . . . Second time around . . . “Hang Out the Wash” . . . Class ring orders . . . JUNIORS . . . 1971- 1 972 . . . Class Officers . . . Jack Federoff, President . . . Brad Black, Vice-President . . . Mary Tuskan, Secretary . . . Dave Horvath, Treasurer ... A sure win . . . “Can’t Stop Beating ’Em . . . Two queen candidates, Mary Jo Mangone, Phyllis Bond . . . Pre- paring for college . . . MNSQT and SAT . . . Prom . . . May 20, 1972 . . . Ramada Inn . . . Chairman Linda Yockey . . . “Colour My World” . . . SENIORS . . . 1972-1973 . . . Margie Marks, President . . . Mary Tuskan, Vice-President . . . Joyce Murfin, Secre- tary . . . Michele Merrick, Treasurer . . . working hard to put together our last homecoming float ... A special effort to be the best . . . “Send them to Never- Never land " . . . Spirit trophy . . . Senioritis . . . Queen Mary Tuskan . . . Her court . . . Wendie Ka- minski . . . Phyllis Bond . . . Senior Bus . . . Parties, Parties, Parties . . . Jefferson . . . Park . . . Friends getting married . . . Fun with number fives in the lounge . . . Wills Testaments . . . The last prom . . . Prophecies . . . Senior Class Banquet . . . Bac- calaureat . . . June 3 . . . Graduation . . . June 6 . . . Much is learned more or less, but much less than more. SENIORS 121 CLASS OF 1 973 UNDA L. ADAMS-Bond Award 1 ,2,3,4; Spanish Ctob 1; Concert Orchestra 1, 2,3,4; Pep Band 1,2; Concert Band l,2,3,4; Lab Assistant . TOM ADAMS KIMBERLY G, ALLEN-Student Council Officer 4 (Treas.); Student Council Rep. 1,2,3, 4; Monitor 1 (Co-Captain); Thespians 3,4; Notional Honor Society 3,4; Girls State; Student Leadership Institute,- High School Journalism In- stitute; Homeroom Rep. 1 ,2; Quill Scroll 4; Future 3,4 (Editor-m-Chief); Y-Teens l; CUC 2,3,4 (VP); Scroll 3,4; Spanish Oub 2; " The Bard at Bakersville High”; " Jenny Kissed Me”; " The Miracle Worker”; Lab Assistant 2,3,4; Sewing Aide 1,2; English Aide 4; Mat Mold 4; Office Aide 2; Bookstore Aide 2. GARY ANDERSON PATRICIA J. ANDERSON-Student Council Rep. I; Homeroom Rep. I ; Pep Club 1 ,2; Attendance Aide 3; Of- fice Aide 3; Lob Assistant 4. TONY ARES JEANNE S. ARNQlfci:: .: JOHN M. ARRENHOLZ— Philatelic Club 1,2; Concert Choir 3,4; Milted Glue 2; Boys Choir 1; JEFFERY S. BACCINO-Rythmettes 3,4; Cross Country 2,3 4; Trade 2. DEBORAH L BAKER-Student Council Rep. 1,2,3; Pep Club 1,2; Spanish Club 1 ; Concert Choir 3,4; Mixed Glee 2; Girls Choir 1 ,2,3,4; Girls Chorus 1; Lob Assistant 4. JOSEPH BAUGA ROBERT B. BAJLZER— AV 1,2,3; Basketball 1; Football I; Trade I; Wrestling t,2,3,- Lab Assistant 1. REBECCA A. BARNES-Y-Teens 1 ; CUC Oub 2; Cinema Club 3; Girls Chorus 1 ; Lab Assistant 3,4; Library Assist- ant I. JANICE S. BARNHART —CUC Club 3; GAA 4; Concert Choir 3; Mixed Glee 2; Girls Chorus l; Lab Assistant 3,4; English Aide 4. PAMELA M. BA’rTOWSKI— N otional Honor Society 3,4 (Treas.); Future 4; Spanish Club 1,2,3 (Treas.), 4 (Pres); Lab Assistant 2,3,4. £ : ■m m 1 22 SENIORS CLASS OF 1 973 HAROLD BAXTER JEFFERY W. BECK -Monitor 2,3; FootboH 1,2; Cross Country 1,2; Track 2; Wrestling 1,2,3. TINA BECKMAN PETER C. BEDA-Monitor 1, 2,3,4; PHiloteKc 1,2; Concert Orchestra 1, 2,3,4; Pep Band 1,2, 3,4; Cadet Band 1; Concert Band 1,2,3,4; Dance Band 1, 2,3,4. KAREN S. BENO-Monitor 2,3, GAA 3; Pep Club 3; Spanish Club 2; Cinderella Track Aide 2; Gym Assistant. CARME1ITA K. BENTON-Monitor 4. JOAN M. BERWANGER-Student Council Rep. 4; fa- change Student; Future Teachers Club 3; Drill Team 4; French Club 1,3,4; GAA 1,3,4; Pep Club 1; Lab Assist- ant 2,3; Sewing Aide 2; Mat Maid 3; Social Studies Aide 3. LEONARD BEYER BRADLEY J. BLACK— Freshmen Class Treasurer; Junior Class Vice-President; National Honor Society 4; Home- room Rep. 1,2; Boys State; Letterman 3,4; Basketball 1,2,3; Cross Country 3,4; Track 3,4; Swimming 4. KEVIN 8. BLAEMWE— Student Court 1; Dead 2,3; Con- servation Club 1; Concert Choir 3; Mixed Glee; Boys Choir I; Baseball 1; Football l ; lob Assistant 3,4; A1EXANDRA BODNAR— National Honor Society 3,4; French Club 1,2; Girls Choir I; Lab Assistant 3. PETER J. BOtDIN— Conservation Club 3; Spanish Club 1 ,2; Letterman 2,3,4; Cross Country 4; Track 2,3,4,- lab Assistant 2,3,4; JEFFREY W. BOND-Letterroan 2,3,4; Football 1, 2,3,4; Track 1, 2,3,4; Wrestling I. PHYLLIS A. BOND— National Honor Society 3,4; Foot- ball Homecoming Court 3,4; Basketball Homecoming Court 3; French Club 1,2; Pep dub 1,2,3; Mixed Glee 2,3; Girls Choir 1. SUE L. BONNEAU— Creod 2; GAA 1,2,3; Pep Club 1 ,2,3; Mixed Glee 2; Girls Choir 1 ; Gym Assistant 2,3,- Guidance Aide 1 . CLASS OF 1 973 GREG BONNEU RICHARD BONNEU CONSTANCE A. BRADBURN— Student Council Rep. 2,3,4; Thespksns 3,4; Exchange Student; Drama Club 1 (Trea .); Creod 2; French Club 3,4; GAA 1, 2,3,4; Pep Club 1,2 (Trea .), 3 (Pres.),- Scroll 1,2; Concert Choir 3,4; Mixed Glee 2; Make-up 2,3; ‘‘All My Darlings " ; " Duddy " ; “Jenny Kissed Me " ; “Harvey " ; “You Were Bom on a Rotten Day " ; Cadet Teaching 4; Lab Assistant 2,3,4; Sewing Aide 2,3; Mat Maid 1,2, 3,4. DAVID l. BRATCHER JOHN C. BUOREAN-AV 1,2; Conservation Club 2; Football 1,2; Wrestling 1. PETER T. BUDREAU— Tri-City AH Stars 3; Spanish Club 1; letferman 2,3,4; Basketball 1,2,3, 4; Baseball 3,4; Foot- ball 1, 2,3,4; Track 1,2; Gym Aide 4, MARY J. BUNDE- student Council Rep. 1,2,3; Quill ■ Scroll 3,4; Monitor 3; Future Teachers Gub 3; Latin Club 1; Y-Teens 1; Creod 2; DriH Team 3,4 (Captain); GAA 2,3; Scroll 1, 2,3,4; Mat Maid 3,4; Social Studies Aide 3. DOLORENE M. BURCZYK— DriH Term 2; Business Club 3; Office Aide 4, PATRICIA A. BURDYL— National Honor Society 3,4; Quid Scroll 4; Future 4 (Sports Editor); Creod 2; GAA 1,2,3 (Treas,), 4 (Pres.); Pep Club 1; Scroll 1,2; Spanish Gub 2; “Jenny Kissed Me " ; " The Open Window " ; Gym Aide 2,3,4; Mat Maid 3. PEGGY BURTON ALAN BUTLER GARY T. BYRUM-Graphie Arts Club 3,4. BRUCE CALLAHAN DEBRA K. CAPRIOTTI —GAA 1,2; Pep Club 1; Twirlers 2,3 (Captain); Girls Chorus 1; Nunes Aide 1. 124 SENIORS CLASS OF 1 973 JENNIFER J. CARMAN -Library Assiitont 1 ,2,3,4. J.2,3,4; RICHARD G. CASTLEBERRY— National Honor Society 4; AV I j Concert Choir 3,4; Mixed Glee 2,3; Boys Choir I; Wrestling 2,3,4; Gym Aide 3. LARRY W. CHALMERS— Monitor 2,3,4; Drama Club 1; Spanish Club 2; Soccer t ,2,3,4; Football 1,2; Wrestling 1.2,3 KARLA J. CHARNEKAR-Sfudent Council Rep. 2,3,4; Monitor 2; Creod 2,3,4; GAA 1 ,2,3,4; Pep Club 1,2,3 (VP.), 4; " The Miracle Worker " ; “You Were Bom on o Rotten Day " ; Mat Maid 3,4; Guidance Aide 1 ,2,3, SANORA J. CHON— Typing Awards; Y-Teens 1; GAA 4; Pep Club 1; Lab Assistant 4. Sewing Aide 1. BETTY A. CHORBA -Student Council Rep. 1, 2,3,4; Homeroom Rep. 1,2,3; Creod 3,4; GAA 4; Pep Club 1,2; Spanish Club 1; COE; Concert Choir 3,4; Mixed Glee 2; Girls Choir 1, 2,3,4; Girls Chorus 1; Cinderella Track Aide 1; Lab Assistant; Library Assistant 1. SCOTT CICHOCKI . ii MERRILL A. CLARK— Freshmen Class President; Soph- omore Class Pre si dent; Letterman 1,2, 3, 4; Basketball 1,2,3; Basebolt 1 ,2,3,4; Football 1, 2,3,4; Swimming 4. PAT CLARK STEVE CONNEU CYNTHIA A. CONNORS-Concert Choir 3,4; Mixed Glee 2; Girls Chorus 1; Guidance Aide 2,3,4. GARY W. COOPER— National Honor Society 3,4; Graphic Arts dub 3,4; Scroll 3 PAMELA S. CORE-Homeroom Rep. 2,3; Pep Club 2; Concert Choir 3,4; Mixed Glee 2; Girls Chorus 1 ; Lab As- sistant; Library Assistant 1; Bookstore Aide 3. DANIEL W. COSGROVE-Conservotion Club 3; Soccer 4; Football 1,2; Wrestling 1,2. CATHERINE M. COURTNEY-Typing Award 3; Creod 2; Library Assistant I; Monitor 1,2, 125 SENIORS CLASS OF » i i v vC? $ istsf GLORIA CROOK JACKIE CUNNINGHAM TERRI CUNNINGHAM I; RICHARD l. DANKENBRING — Oeod 2,3; Lettermon 3,4; Soccer 1, 2,3,4; Football 1,2; Wrestling 1,3,4; Gym Assistant 3,4. THOMAS DELACHE— Student Council Rep. 1,2,3; Moni- tor 1,2; Homeroom Rep. 1,2; AV 1,2,3; Otess Club 1,2,3; Oeod 3; Cinema Club 3; Boys Choir 1 ; Basketball 1; Track 1; Moth Assistant 4. DEBORAH A. DELANO— Girls Chorus 1,2. DENISE F. DONAHUE— Monitor 3; Y Teens 2; Pep Club 2,3; Girls Chorus I ; Attendance Aide 3,4. STEVEN A. DOSS ROBERT DRAGOIN— AV 1,2. . ,, ■V- ii 1 wmmm$ VIRGINIA A. DZIUIC— Monitor 3, Notional Honor Society 3 4f Business Club 3; Business Secretary t k WAYMON EAGAN MARGARET H. ECKERT-Studenf Council Rep. I ; Monitor 1, Reodmg Aide 4 DEBORAH S. ELLISON -Y-Teens 1; Lab Assistant; Li- brary Assistant 1,2. PHYUIS i. EMERSON-Monitor 1; Girls Chorus 1. LEON ENSLOW— Homeroom Rep. 1; Wrestling 3,4; Lob Assistant 1, 2,3,4; Gym Aide 1. 1 26 SENIORS CLASS OF 1 973 JERALD W. EPPLEY— Sporwh dob 1,2; Football 1, Track 1 . DYANNE t. FEA— Student Council Rep. 1,2; Monitor 1 ,2; Sophomore Class Officer; GAA 1 ,2; GirU Chorus 1; Med Glee 2; Concert Choir 4. JACK A. FEDEROFF— Junior Class President; Rotorion; Letterman 2,3,4; Basketball 1, 2,3,4; Baseball 2,3,4; Football 1, 2,3,4; Lab Assistant 2; Gym Assistant 2. PAMELA G. FERGUSON— Homeroom Rep. 1; Droma Club 1; GAA 1.2,3, Pep Club 1,2; Concert Choir 3; Mixed Glee 2,3; Girls Chorus 1,- Sewing Aide 2; Mat Maid 1,2; Office Aide 3; Bookstore Aide 2. THOMAS J.FERGUSON— Monitor 2,3; Letterman 3 4; Football 1, 2,3,4; Track 2,3,4; Wrestling 2; Gym Assist- ant 2. MICHAEL J. FERREE GEORGE W. FORGICH— Basketball 1,2; Gym Assistant 2,3. JAYELYNN M. FRANCISKI-CUC Club 1; Pep Club 1; Teachers Aide 4. CARL L. FRAZIER— National Honor Society 3,4; Monitor 1 ; Chess Club I ; Conservation Club 3; Baseball 2; Track 1 . MARTIN D. FREELS— Student Council Rep. 3,4; Monitor 1, 2,3,4; Cheerleader 4; Concert Choir 3,4; Mixed Glee 2; Boys Choir 1; Letterman 2,3,4; Cross Country 1.2, 3,4; Trade 2,3,4; Wrestling 1,2,3; Gym Assistant 2,3 4. ROXANNE FUQUA BETTY GAMEZ SUSAN M. GEARY — Creod 2; Pep dub 1, Sponish 1, Sewing Aide 1,2; Library Assistant 1,2. SANDRA J. GIANNINI — National Honor Society 3,4; Bosketball Homecoming Court 3. PAULA GIBBS— Student Council Rep. 2,3; Monitor 2; Thespians 3,4; National Honor Society 3,4 (VP) ; Quilt Scroll 2,3,4; Futura 3,4 (Business Mgr.); Y-Teens; Chi- nese 3; Creod 2,3; Scroll 1, 2,3,4 (Etfear); Make-up 2,3; " Jenny Kissed Me " ; " Open Window " ; David and Lisa " ; " Horvey " ; Nurses Aide 3; Lab Assistant 3,4. CLASS DAVID GOINS RICKY L. GRAVES— Student Council Rep. 1; lettermon 3 . 4 , Soccer 2; Crow Country 4; Track l ( Wrestling l,2,3,4 ; Gym Aide 1, 2,3,4. SUSAN M. GREER— Student Council Rep. 3,4; Monitor 1 ,- Notional Honor Society 3,4; AV 2,3,4, Concert Choir 3,4; Mixed Glee 2; Girls Choir 3,4; Girl Chorus 1 ; Mu- sk Librarian 3,4; Lab Assistant 2,3; Office Aide 1, 2,3,4. RICHARD A. GRILLION— Monitor 1; Concert Choir 2; Mixed Glee 1; Boys Choir I; All-State Choir; Gym Aide I. THOMAS HARNEY NANCY HARVEY JULIE R. HARTMANN— Student Council Rep. ,2,3,4; Student Court 2; Thespians 3,4 (Sec.-Treos.); National Honor Society 3,4 (Pres.); Homeroom Rep. 1,2,3; foren- sic 4; Scroll 1,2,3; Concert Chair 3,4 (Pret.),- Mixed Glee 2; Girt Chorus 1; Moke-up 2,3; " Jenny Kissed Me ' ; “The Boor " ; " Scenario By Julian”; Lab Assistant 3; Math Assistant 3. STEPHEN M. HASTINGS-Monitor 2,3; Spanish 1,2; Concert Choir 3,4; Boys Choir 1; Ad-State Choir; Letter- man 2,3; Ooss Country 1,2,3; Track 1,3. FRANK HALKSHB: RAYMOND R. HAWKINS— Notionol Honor Society 3,4; Letterman 2,3,4; BosketbaH 1,2; Cross Country 2,3; Track 2,3,4. MARIANNE l. HEILMAN— Thespions 4; Usherettes 3,4; Spanish Club 3; Scribners Club 4; English Aide 4. JERRY HELUNGA-Monitor 3,4; Letterman 3,4; Baseball ,2,3,4,- Football 3,4; Gym Assishastf,;,:: ' PEGGY A. HESTER— National Honor Society 3,4; Stu- dent Council Rep. 2,3,4; Monitor 1, 2,3,4; Homeroom Rep. 3; Quill and Scroll 3,4; I.U. Honors Program Finalist 3; I.U. Mathematks Institute 4; Future Teachers Club 2,3 (VP.); Creod 2; Usherettes 4; Cinema Club t; Scrod 1,3,4 (News Bureau); Mixed Glee 2; Girls Chorus I; Cadet Teaching 2; Library Assistant 2, JAMES HILL KAREN J. HILL— Student Cduncd Rep. 4; Y-Teens I ; CUC dub 1; GAA 3; Spanish Oub 2,3; Concert Choir 3,4; Mixed Glee 2; Girls Chorus ; " A Man Called Duddy " . 1 28 SENIORS CLASS OF 1 973 MICHAEL J. HILL— Monitor 1; Wood Shop Club 1, 2,3,4; Baseball 1,2; Football 1,2; Lab Assistant 2; Woods As- sistant 3,4. BONN YE J. HOLSTROM— GAA 1; Pep Club V; Girts Chorus 1; Lab Assistant 2,3. DAVID R. HOLTZ— Monitor 2,3; letterman 3,4; Soccer 1,2,3 A: Football 1. CAROL J. HOMRICH— GAA 1,- Pep dub 1; COE Chib (Treas.). ADAIR L. HORTON-Monitor 1,2,3; French Club I. DAVID J. HORVATH -Monitor 1, 2,3,4; Mr. Football 4, Tif-City All Stars 3,4; Junior Class Treasurer; Letterman 1, 2,3.4; Basketball 3,4; Baseball t, 2,3,4; Football 2,3,4; Gym Assistant 3,4. NANCY A. HOWE— National Honor Society 3,4; Future Teachers 2; Y-Teens 1; CUC Gob 3; " The Mlrocle Worker " ; " You Were Bom On A Rotten Day”; Nurse Aide 2; Bookstore Aide 1 ; Mat Makl 4. ROBERT E. HUMERICKHOUSE-Monitor 2,3 4; Latin Club 1,2,3; Chinese 3; Track 1,2. DIANE HUTCHINSON BARBARA A. INCE- Y-Teens 1; Drill Tean 2,3,4; Pep fekid ' T; Concert Band 1. DAVID JAMROSE— Cinema Club l; Conservation Club 1; Scroll 1; Pep Band l ,2,3,4; Code! Band 1, 2,3,4; Concert Bend 1, 2,3 4. SANDRA K. JANTZ-Monitor I, Pep Club 1. STEVEN M. JOHNK — Baseball 2. CLAUDIA JOHNSON GLEN A. JOHN SON -Letterman 2,3,4; Bosebal 1; Football 1,2,3; Wresriino 1 ,2,3,4. SENIORS 1 29 1973 KENNETH F. JOHNSON-Monitor 1,2,3; Concert Choir 3,4; Mixed Glee 2; Boys Choir 1; Pep Band 1; Coder Band l ; Concert Band 1 ; Football 1 ■, Stage Crew 3. CAUL D. JOHNSTON-Concert Choir 4; Concert Orches- tra 1 ,2,3,4. WENOIE R. KAMINSKI — Student Court Rep. 1, Home- room Rep. 1,2; Football Homecoming Court 4; Chets Club 3 (Sec.); Creod 2; Drill Team 3,4; GAA 1; Pep Club 1,2; Concert Choir 3,4; Mixed Glee 2; Girls Chorus 1, Attendance Aide 4; Guidance Aide 3,4; Swimming Aide 4; Bookstore Aide 3. DEBRA L KANDAIEC— Monitor 1 ,- GAA 1; Pep Club 1 . DEBBY C KAPUSTA-Future Teachers Club 3,4 (Treas.),- Cinema Club 1; Concert Orchestra 2,3,4; Pep Bond 1 ,2,3,4; Concert Band 1,2, 3,4; Student Council Rep. 3,4. DONNA J. KARANOVICH —Student Council Rep. 1,2; Monitor 1 ,2; Future Teachers Gob 1 ; Latin Club 1 ; Sew- Pep Band 1,2, 3,4; Cadet Band 1, 2,3.4; Concert Band Pep Band 1, 2,3,4; Cadet band 1, 2,3,4; Concert Bond 1.2. 3.4 ELIZABETH M. KIKAIOS— Monitor 1,2; Homeroom Rep. 1 ; Chess dub 3; GAA 1 ; Pep Club 1 ,2; Concert Choir 3; Mixed Glee 2; Girls Choir 2; Girls Chorus 1 ; Sevang As- sistant 2; Office Aide 1 . PETER KIKAIOS LARRY H. KING— Letterman 1,2, 3, 4; Cross Country 1,2; Track 1,2, 3,4. MARK S. KIRSCHIEPER— Monitor 3; National Honor So- ciety 3,4; Homeroom Rep. 1,2; Boys State. GREG KLEN LAURA J. KNOERZER-Usherettes 2; COE Gub 4 (VP). DAVID J. KOCHOPOLOUS— Monitor 2,3; Future Teach- ers Club 3; Wood Shop Gub 1,2; Pep Band 1,2,3; Con- cert Band 1,2,3; Track 1; Wrestling 1,3; Lob Assistant. CYNTHIA KOPANKO— CUC Club 2: French Club 4; GAA 1,2; Pep Gub 1. STEVE KOONTZ CLASS OF 1 973 DANETTE P. KOSANOVICH— Future Teochers Club 3j Y- Teens 1; Pep Qub 1,2; Girl Chorus 1; Lob Assistant 1 , 2 , 3 , 4 . MARY ELLEN KREN -Student Council Rep. 2,3,4; Home- room Rep. 1; Futurci 3,4 (Senior Editor); Cinema Club 1; Scroll 1 ,2,3,4 (News Bureau); Spanish Club 2,3,4; Mixed Glee 2; Girls Chorus 1; Lab Assistant 2,3; Cread 2; Sewing Assistant 1 ; English Office Aide 4; Library As- sistant 2; Swimming Aide 4; Quill Scroll 2,3,4. t UkNA L. KRIZMAN— Notional Honor Society 3,4; Homeroom Rep. 1, 2,3,4; Future Teachers 3; Y -Teens l; Pep Club 1,2; Girts Chorus 1; Lab Assistant 1, 2,3,4. LAWRENCE E. KRSAK— Latin dub 1; Conservation Club 2,3; FootboH 1; Lab Assistant 1,2, 3,4, DOUGLAS E. KUNNEMANN-Monitor 3; Concert Choir 4; Boys Choir 1 ; Golf 3,4, Lab Assistant. STEPHEN A. KUSH-Monitor 1 ,2; AV 1; Cinema Club 2, Graphic Arts Club 3,4; Soccer 1; Tennis 3; Track 2. AVE WJTSCHER— Wood Shop Club 1,2; Own! 3; Goff 3,4; Lab Assistant 4. PAUL R. LABUS— Thespians 3,4; Forensics 3,4; Futura 4; Speech Club 3,4; Dead 3; " Happily Ever After " ; " Mir- ade Worker " ; " You Were Bom On a Rotten Day " . JOSEPH P. LAIN— Baseball 1,2; Football 1,3; Wrestling IK KEITH LARKIN • CAROL S. LARSON -Student Court 1; Student Council Rep, 1; Monitor 1; Homeroom Rep. 1; Chess Club 1; Health Careers Club 1; Library Club 1; Pep Club 1,2,3, Girls Chorus 1; Office Aide 1; Guidance Aide l; Library GAIL M. LATHAM— Student Council Rep. 1 ; Drama Club 1; Girls Chorus 1 - „v- • ' - BRIAN K. LAWRENCE— Conservation Club 3; Spanish Club 1,2; Monitor 1; Letterman 3,4; Soccer 2,3,4; Foot- ball 1; Wrestling 1, 2,3,4; Lab Assistant; Gym Assistant. RITA L. LICCIARDONE OAVE UMBAUGH-Monitor 1; AV 1,2, Track 1. £ CUSS OF 1 973 ROBERT LITTLEJOHN— Monitor 2; Tri-Gty All Stars 3,4; lettermon 2,3,4; Basketball 2; Baseball 1; Football 1,2,3, 4; Track 2; Gym Assistant 2,3. LESLIE LOMAN THOMAS E. LOSS— Monitor 1,2,3; Wood Shop Club 1,2; Baseball 1; Wrestling 2. BARBARA L. LUCAS— Student Council Official 4; CUC Club 1; GAA 1; Pep Club 1,2; Spanish Club 1,2, 3, 4 (SEC); Concert Choir 4; Rythemettes 3; Mixed Glee 2; Girls Chorus 1. EARL LUNDEWALL RORY A. MACK— Monitor 2,3; AV 1,2; Conservation Club 2,3: Boys Choir 1; Baseball 1,2; Football T, v MARY JO MANGONE-Student Council Officer (Sec.); Monitor 4; National Honor Society 3,4; Girts State (Alt.); Football Homecoming Court 3; Basketball Homecoming Court 3; DAR Aword; Future Teachers 2; Y-Teerts 1; CUC Club 3; GAA 3; Sponish Club 3,4; " The Miracle Worker " ; Lab Assistant 3. DAVID M. MAN1GRASSO — Monitor 3. GAIL K. MANN— English Aide 4; Bookstore Aide 2,3,4. EDWARD MANUS CHARLES MARANTO— Future Teachers Club 4. JOYCE L. MAROIS— Future Teachers Club 3; Sewing Club 3; Modem Donee Club 3,4; Girls Choir 1; Bookstore Aide 2,3,4 DIANE L. MAR1NCE— Monitor 3; Y-Teens 1; CUC Club 4; Cread 2; GAA 1,2,3; Stonish Club 1,2,3; Swimming Aide 4. MARGARET D. MARKS — Student Council Rep. 1 ,2; Moni- tor 3; Thespians 3,4; Notionol Honor Society 3,4; Girls State, Senior Class President; Debate 3; Forensics T-, Fu ture Teochers Club 3; GAA 3; Scroll 2; Sponish Club 2,3; “The Bod Children " ; " Happily Ever AFter " ; " Harvey " , " You Were Bom On a Rotten Day " ; Lab Assistant 3. JUUE A. MARTELL-Chess Club 3; Y-Teens 1; CUC Club 4; Spanish Club 2,3,4; English Aide 1,2,3; Biology Lob Assistant 2,3,4. 132 SENIORS CLASS OF 1 973 SHARON l. MARTIN— Monitor 3; Homeroom Rep. 1; Chess Club 1 ; Heolth Careers Club 2,3; Nurses Aide 1, 2,3,4; Library Assistant 1,2. MICHAEL J. MASON-AV 1,2; Concert Choir 4 ; Mixed Glee 2,3; Boys Choir 1; Lab Assistant 2,3,4. VICKI J. McCAW — Monitor 2,3,4; Nurses Aide 1,2; Of- fice Aide 2; Bookstore Aide 3,4. SUSAN V. McCORKlE— Club 1; CUC Club 3,4; GAA 1; Concert Choir 3,4; Rythemettes 2,3; Girls Chorus 1. DONNA J. McCRUM— Student Council Rep. 3 4; Monitor 3,4; Scribners Club 4; Usherettes 3,4; Cinema Club 1 ; Li- brary Assistant 3, MARGARET McDONALD GERALDINE M. McLEAN -Monitor ' ■ : fi20fXX Club (Pres.),- French Club I ; Pep Club I ; Giris Chorus 1 ; Book- stare Aide 1,2,3. JEFF L. MEEKS— Student Council Rep. 3. TIM C. MEEKS— Monrtor 1,2; Spanish Club 1; Art Club 2,3. Stage Crew 2, Cadet Teaching 4 PATRICIA J. MEIER— GAA 1,2,4; Concert Choir 3, Mixed 2,3; Girls Chorus 1 . MICHELE T. MERRICK-Monitor 1,2,3, Sopho more Class Treasurer, Senior Class Treasurer; Prom Committee Chair- man 3; Y-Teen T; CUC Club 1,2,3; Cread 1; Drill Team 2,3,4; GAA 1,2; Pep Club I; Spontsh Club 1,2; Girls Chorus 1 ,2; Library Assistont 1 ,2. BECKY F. MERRITT-Monitor 3; Pep Bond 2,3; Concert 2,3; Office Aide 1,2; Library Assistant 2, Bookstore Aide 4. GEORGE J. MICHELS-Momtor 3,4; AV I ,- Chess Club 1,2; Letterman 3,4; Football 1 ,2,3,4; Wrestling 2,3,4; Wrestling Conference Chomp 3. THOMAS E. MICHNA— Monitor 3,4; Notional Honor So- ciety 3,4; Letterman 2,3,4; Basketball 1 ,2,3,4; Baseball 2,3,4; Track 1. JANELLE MILLER— Future 4; Speech Ctub 4; GAA 1; Concert Choir 3,4; Mixed Glee 2,3 (Sec.); Rythmaires 2; Girls Chotus 1 ; AB-State Choir 4; Office Aide 3,4; Swim- ming Aide 4. SENIORS 1 33 ' ' ‘:‘v " ‘fv. . v v. YviV v V‘:V. ; v. -V’- ; : v.Uv. v’v.vii- ' iy -v-V. " ' . ' - ' ;- : CLASS OF 1 973 LINDA MILNER ALEX M. MILOSAVUEVIC-Student Council Rep. 1 ,2,3; Notional Honor Society 3,4; Exchange Student; Rotarian; Boys State; Chess Club 1,2,3; Pep Bond 1,2,3; Concert Band 1 ,2,3; Letterman 4; Goll 3,4; Tennis 1 ,4; Wrestling »,2,3,4. JERRY MITCHELL JUDY M. MITERKO— 5tudent Council Rep. 4; Monitor 4; Thespians 4; Homeroom Rep. 2; Chinese 3; Pep Club 3,4 (VP.); Spanish Club 3,4; Stage Crew 3,4; " The Miracle Worker”; " You Were Bom on a Rotten Day”; " Three One Acts " ; " Dino”; Cadet Teoching 3,4; Cinderella Track 4; Lab Assistant 3,4; Sewing Aide T. ALAN MOLCHAN-AV 1, 2,3,4; Concert Choir 4; Mixed Glee 2; Boys Choir I ; Letterman 2,3,4; Stoge Crew 3,4. MARY JO MOLD RASKI— CUC Club 2,3, Student Council Rep. 2,3,4; Cread 2; Drill Team 4; French Club 1,4; Monitor 3,4; Mixed Glee 2; Girls Chorus I ; Stage Crew I; Library Aide 2,3. • ' v. BRUCE E. MOORE -Wood Shop Club 1; Wrestling 2. VICKIE MOORE SIOONIA L. MORRISON-Student Council Official 2,3,4; 5tudent Court 3,4; Student Council Rep. 2,3,4; Monitor 2,3; Thespian 3,4; National Honor Society 3,4; Future Teachers l, 2,3,4 (Pres.); Usherettes 2.3,4 (Stu- dent Mgr.); Stage Crew 3; Cadet Teaching 1, 2,3,4; Lab Assistant 2,3,4; library Assistant 1,2,3, 4, DANIEL W. MOSER— Monitor 3; Rotation; Future Teach- ers 2,3, Concert Choir 3,4; Mixed Glee 3; Boys Choir 1, Letterman 3,4; Soccer 2,3,4; Football 1,2, 3,4; Cadet Teaching 3; Social Studies Aide 3,4. CINDY M. MOTE— Homeroom Rep. 2,3,4; Future Teoch- ers 2; CUC Club 3,4; Cread 2; GAA t ,2,3; Cadet Teach- ing 2,3; Nurses Aide 2; lob Assistant 2. PAMELA S. MULLINS— COE dub (Historian); Bookstore Aidr 2 J JOYCE A. MURFIN— Student Council Rep. 1; Monitor 1,2; Homeroom Rep. 1,2; Chess Club 3; Closs Office 2,4; Cread 2,3; Drill Team 4, GAA 1,2, 3,4; Pep Club 1,2; Spanish Oub 1,2; Concert Choir 3,4; Rythmetts 3; Mixed Glee 2; Rythmoires 2; Girls Choir 2; Girls Chorus 1; All Stale Choir; “The Miracle Worker”; Cinderella Trade 3,4; Gym Aide 2,3; Mat Maid 1,2,3 ,4. PATRICK MYSZAK MELISSA NELSON — 1 34 SENIORS CLASS OF 1 973 WILLIAM G. NEUBAUER Monitor 2; Chess Club 2,3 (Sgt -ot-Arms); Hunting and Fishing Qub 1 ; Leftermon 1 ; Golf 3; Football 2; Wrestling 3; Gym Assistant I. WAYNE C. NEWCOMB-Thespians 3,4; Chess Club 3; Science Qub 4; Stage Crew 3,4; " Harvey " ,- " Miracle Worker”,- " Two Bottles of Relish”; " To Bum a Witch " ; " Happily Ever After " ; " You Were Bom on a Rotten Day " ; “Dino " ; " Three One Acts " ; Lab Assistant 4. SHARON A. NOW ACZYK- Homeroom Rep. 1,2; Future Teachers Club 2; Cread 2; Pep Club 1 ; Cadet Teaching 2; Office Aide 1,2,4. MARGARET NOVAK ROGER ODOM REGINA M. O ' DROBINAK— Thespians 1, 2,3,4, National Honor Society 3,4; Drama Club 1; Spanish Qub 2; Con- cert Choir 3,4; Mixed Glee 2; Girls Choir 3,4; Girls Chorus 1; Music Librarian 3,4; Make-up 2,3; Stage Crew 1 3} " AH My Darlings”; Attendance Aide 1, 2,3,4; Lab Assistant 2,4; Office Aide 1 ,2; Social Studies 3. «- s . ! :;S- MARK D. OMAR— National Honor Society 4 GAIL A. ORCUTT— Monitor 1; Spanish Club 1; Twirlers 2,3,4 (Copt.),- COE Club; Guidance Aide 3; Bookstore Aide 2; Student Council Rep. 4 JOHN S. ORESKO— Student Council Rep. 4; Con- servation Qub 3; lab Assistant 3,4. y0 PATTI J. OVERLAND - Homeroom Rep. 1,2; Y-Teens 1,2; COC Oub 3,4; Drill Team 3,4; Pep Club 1; Concert Choir 3,4 (Bus. Mgr); Mixed Glee 2; Girls Chorus I; Attend- ance Aide 3,4 PATTY J. OWCZARZAK— CUC Club 1,2,3; Girls Choir 1,2; Attendance Aide 1, 2,3,4. PHILIP J. PAPESH —National Honor Society 4; Homeroom Rep. 1,2; Science Club 3,4; Tennis 3,4. DANIEL PAQUETTE DEBORAH PARKER PHILLIP PARSANKO SENIORS 135 IS CUSS OF 1 973 JUDITH A, PAULIK ■ Y-Teens 1 ; Bookstore Aide 3; lob Assistant 4. LUCILLE J. PAWLIK Student Council Off, col 4; Student c yCounat Rep- 2,3 4; Thespians 3,4 (Pres.); Notional -. " Honor Society 3,4; Science dub 2,3 (Sec.-Treas.); Cread 2; Usherettes 2,3; French Club 1 ; Stage Crew 3 4; “Hat- Iltijr”; “You Were Bom on a Rotten Day " ; Lab Assistant 3,4. CLIffORD PEARSON JOSEPH R. PENCZAK— National Honor Society 3,4; Sci- enc e Chib 3,4; Lab Assistant 4 STEFAN PENDRICK KATHY V. PENNINGTON— CUC Club 2; Cread ; ;£iH RUTH A. PERRY- Y-Teens 1; Cread 2; Pep Club 1; Con- cert Choir 3,4; Mixed Glee 2; Girls OwtaSrS iyi : IRENE S. PERZ-Lab Assistant 2,3,4; English Aide 4; Of lice Atd%4 -. CARLA S. PETERSON— Student Council Rep. 4,- Cread 2,3; French Club 1; GAA 1,2; Pep Club 3,- Bookstore Aide 3; Guidance Aide 3. JANET PICKERING SANDRA PONCE -Pep Club 1; Spanish Oub 2,3; Office Aide 1 ,2,3,4; Library Assistant 1,2; Bookstore Aide 2,3. SYLVIA M. PONCE -Monitor I; QuiU Scroll 4; Drama 2; CUC Club 3; Library Club 2; Pep Club 1; Scroll 4; Spanish Club 4; Guidance Aide 2; Library Assistant 2. TERESA A. PRENDERGAST-Student Council Rep. 1; Homeroom Rep. 1; CUC Club 3; Cread 2,3; GAA 1, Pep Club 1,2; Lab Assistant 3,4. WAYNE POTTER DONA G. PROFFITT-Monitor 1; English Aide 2,3,4; Bookstore Aide 2,34- photo NOT AVAILABLE 136 SENIORS CLASS OF 1 973 ml j , m £ : .1 f RICHARD PRICE ANTHONY J. PUCHLEY -Monitor 3,4; Thespians 3,4; National Honor Society 3,4; National Forensic 3; Debate 3; Forensics 3; Futuro 4; Speech 3; Chinese 3; Scribners Club 4; Swimming 4; Stage Crew 3,4; " Harvey " ; “Mir- acle Worker " ; " Two Bottles of Relish " ; " To Bum A Witch " ; " Happily Ever After”; " You Were Bom on a Rot- ten Day , Drno Three One Arts ' JOYCE L PUTSCHER-Chmeses dub 3; GAA 2; COE dub 4; Mixed Glee 2; Girls Chorus I; Cinderella Track Aide f; TERRY A. QUALLS— Monitor 2,3; Letterman 2,3,4; Bas- ketball 1; football t,4; Track 1,2; Wrestling 1,2,4; lab Assistant 2,3; Gym Assistant 1,2,3. MELISSA t. RADKE— Cread 2; GAA 1 A3; Art Club 3. JOSEPH RAKOC2Y FRANCISCA M. RANGEL— Quilt «. Sera 2,3,4, Sewing Club 3; Typing Club 1, 2,3,4; Y-Teens 1; CUC Club 3; Dead 2 GAA 2; Scroll 1, 2,3,4; Spanish CbM UbA SI -.Ion I 4 DENISE M. RAY —GAA 2; Pep dub 2; Modem Dance Club 3,4; " Psychedelic Lollipop " ; Attendance 1,2,3; Of- fice Aide 2; Guidance Aide 2; Bookstore Aide 1, 2,3,4. SHELBY A. REDMAN— Monitor 2,4; Pep dub 1, Business dub 3; COE 4; " Jenny Kissed Me " , English 4. CLAUDIA A. RESETAR-Monitor 1,2; Homeroom Rep! 3; lob Assistant 2; Guidance Atde XUbrotyAs- sistant 1 NANCY J. RIPPE— CUC Club 2; Cread 1,2; Health Co- . r e dT s i Oub 1; Nurses Aide 1. SUSAN C. ROPER— National Honor Society 3,4; Chinese 3; Cread 2; Cinema Club 3; French Club 4; Pep Oub 1; M A st il«kjett2 . DIANE ROBINSON LORI ROSS THOMAS SACZAWA— Monitor 2,3; Homeroom Rep. 2, Graphic Arts Club 3. SENIORS 137 CLASS OF 1 973 MARK S. SANDERS— LeHermon 2,3,4; Basketball 1,2, 3,4; Baseball 3,4; FootbaH 1, 2,3,4; Trock 1,2; AH- Star team 3,4. PETER SANDOVAL MARK J. SCHAADE -Monitor 2; Thespians 1; AV 1, 2,3,4; Concert Orchestra I; Pep Bond 1; Cadet Band 1; Stage Crew 1,2; " Bard of BakersvBle High " ; " AM My Darlings " ; " Three One Acts " . LARRY SCHEFFKI— Soccer 1,2, English Aide 4. SUZANNE J. SCHOENFEIT —Student Council Rep. 4; German Club l; GAA 2,4; Pep Club 1; English Aide 3; Guidance Assistant 3; Social Studies Assistant 4; Swim- ming Aide 4 CAROL J. SCHOONOVER— Student Council Rep. 2,3,4; Homeroom Rep. 2; Y-Teens 1,2; Usherettes 1,2,3; GAA 1,2; Library Club 3; Pep Club 3; Pep Bond 1,2; Concert Band 1,2,3; Gym Aide 4; Library Assistant 1,2,3. DIANE SCHROETER LILLIAN SHCULFER DANIEL SCHUSTER JBft t SCHWERTFEGER-Basketbafl 1.2; Baseball 2; Football 1,3. ' ' • mike scon RANDALL l. SCOTT-Lettermon 1,2, 3 4; Basketball 1,2,4; Baseball 1, 2,3,4. SCOTT M. SEFTON— Student Council Rep. 3,4; Monitor 1; Speech Club 3; Boys Choir 1; Letterman 1,2,3 ,4 (Pres.); Track 1,2,3; Gym Assistant 3,4. DAVID SERBtN TONI l. SHAFER -Pep Club 1; Girls Chorus 1. 138 SENIORS CLASS MICHAEL J. SHE ARON — Monitor 3,4; AV 1,2,3; Future 3; Creod 1 ,2,3,4; Graphic Arts Club 1,2,3; Concert Or- chestra 1,2; Pep Band l, 2,3,4; Cadet Band 1,2; Concert Band 1 ,2,3,4; Dance Band 2,3,4; Track 1; Wrestling 3. GRAY M. SHELTON-Student Council Rep. 1,2,3; Moni- tor 4; National Honor Society 3,4; Homeroom Rep. 1,2; English Aide 4. MIKE P. SHEPP— Student Council Rep. 1,4; Monitor 2,3; Soeoet 2 4,. -.■ CHERYL SIEBBIT ROSALIE E. SILVERMAN— Monitor 2; Spanish Club 2; Concert Orchestra 1 ,2; Guidance Aide 4; Library Assist- ant ! DEBBIE A. SITNICK-Student Council President 4; Stu- dent Council Rep. 2,3,- Monitor 1 ; Future Teachers Club | 2; CUC Club 3; Pep Club 1; Cinderella Track Aide 1, 2,3,4 (Pres.); Office Aide 2; Guidance Aide 3. THOMAS P. SKIBA— Student Council Rep. 1,4; Monitor 1,3,4; National Honor Society 3,4; Rotarian,- Letterman 2,3,4; Basketball 2; Baseball 2,3,4; Football 1, 2,3,4. ED SKINTA KAREN S. SLAVENA-Monitor 3- DAVID A SMITH GLORIA J. SMITH— Thespian 2,3,4; National Honor So- ciety 3,4; National Foresic 3,4; Debate 3,4; Drama Club 1 ,2,3,4; Speech Club 3,4; GAA 1,2,3; Concert Orches- tra 1 ,2,3,4; Pep Band 2,3,4; Concert Band 1, 2,3,4; Drum Major 2,3,4; Stage Crew 1, 2,3,4; Make-up 1, 2,3,4; " AH My Darlings’’; ‘‘Mir ode Worker " ; Guid- ance Aide 1,2-:,; . •; RALPH H. SMITH— Student Council Rep. 1,4; National Honor Society 3,4; Letterman 3,4; Baseball 1, 2,3,4; FootboH 1,2. SANDRA F. SMITH-Monitor 3; GAA 1,2; Pep Club 1. SYDEUA S. SOLAN JUDITH E. SPISAK— Make-up 4; Lab Assistant 2,3,4; Bookstore Aide 3.4. CLASS MARGIE J. STAHL— Pep Club 1, DANNY L STANLEY— Monitor 1,2; AV 4; Chets Club 1; Conservation Club 1; letterman 1; lab Assistant. DENNIS C. STEVENSON— Latin Club 1,2; Conservation dub 3; Football 1; Wrestling 1,2. TERRY STIVERS CLIFFORD SUTTON RON SWANSON DONALD THOMAS— Quifl Scroll 3,4; Graphic Arts 3; Cross Country 2,3; Track 1,2; lab Assistant 2,3,4. MARY THOMAS TAMES E. THOR8JORNS EN— Concert Choir 3,4; Wres- tling 4 GREGORY THORSKY WILLIAM l. THRASHER-Monitor 1,2,3; Creod 2,3; So- cial Studies Assistant 2,3,4. DANA TIMMONS COLLEEN S. TOBIN — Typing Club 3; Pep Club 1 ; Steno Club 3; Business Club 3; COE Club; Lab Assistant 2,3; Office Aide 3,4. TERRY TRTAN CORA L. TURNER— Student Council Rep. 1; Homeroom Rep. 1; Drama Qub 1; Drill Team 3,4; GAA 1,2,3 Ai Pep Club 1,2,3; Modem Dance Club 2,3,4; Mixed Glee 2; Girls Chorus 1; Attendance Aide 1,2,3; Gym Assistant 2,3; Office Aide 2. 140 SENIORS CLASS OF 1 973 MARY B. TUSKAN— Monitor 3 4; Junior Class Secretary; Senior Gass Vice-Presklent; Drill Team 4; Spanish Club 3; Concert Choir 3,4; Mixed Glee 2; Girls Chorus I. DELORES UPSHAW — Monitor 1,2; Modem Dance Club 3; Attendance Aide 1,2,3; Office Aide 1. MARK R. VanBUSK IRK — National Honor Society 3,4; let- terman 2,3,4; Soccer 2,3,4; Wrestling 1 ,2,3 4. RUTH E. VonGORP— Student Council Rep. 1,2; Home- room Rep. 2; Usherettes 2; Spanish Club 1 ; Concert Choir 3; Mixed Glee 2; Girls Choir 1; Social Studies 2,3 4. LARRY R. VAZNONtS-Concert Orchestra 1,2,3; Letter- man 2,3,4; Basketball 1 ,2,3,4; Baseball 2,3,4; Cross Country 2; Track 1. DANIEL l. VERTUCCI— Cread 2,3 PAUL J. VIDO-Monitor 2,3; Conservation Club 2,3; Basebalt 2,3; Football 1,2; Trade 1,2 DAVID A. VonALMEN— Monitor 1 4; Thespians 3,4; Phi- latelic 1; Creed 3; Pep Bond 1,2, 3,4; Concert iSi ; 1, 2,3,4; Stage Crew 2,3,4, DEBRA VonALMEN ' I .i ' ; DEBRA L WALKER— Concert Choir 3,4; Mixed Glee 2,- Girts Chorus 1; Sewing Assistant 1; Bookstore Aide 2,3 4. CHARLES WALTERS LYNN R. WANTROBA-GiHs Choir 1,2. JAMES J. WARGO KEVIN P. WELCH— Pep Bond 1,2,3; Concert Band 1 ,2,3,4; Football 1 JEFFERY M. WENDELL-letterman 3,4; Golf 3,4; Base- ball 2,4; Football 1,3, Wrestling I. SENIORS 141 1973 JOHN T. WHELAN - Philatelic Club 1; Owu Club 2; Cread 3; Pep Band 1,2; Concert Band 1,2. ALIYSON J. WHITE— Drill Team 2,3,4; GAA 1,2; Pep Oub 1; Scroll 1; Concert Choir 3,4; Mixed dee 2; Girls Chorus 1 ; lab Assistant 3,4. liNDA J. WHITE— Homeroom Rep. 1; Cheerleader 3; GAA 1,2,3; Pep Oub 1,2,3; Cadet Teaching 3; lab As- sistant 3. TERESA A. WHITFIELD — Cread 2; Attendance Aide 2; lob Assistant KEVIN J. WILEY— AV 1; Graphic Arts Club 3. CHARLES E. WILKINS— Rotarian; Letterman 3,4; Basket- ball 1; Gait 3,4; Baseball 2; Football 1, 2,3,4. DAV© S. WILKINSON— Spanish Club 1; Concert Choir 4; Mixed Glee 2; Beys Choir 1 , Wrestling 1 . NANCY A. WILLIAMS —Monitor 2; National Honor So- ciety 3,4; Spanish Club 1,2,3 (Sec.), 4 (VP.),- Girls Chorus I . JEFF WILSON v -r - KAREN WINARSKI DAVID J. WINGARD-AV 1,2,3; Chess Oub 1, German Chib 1 ,2; Moth Club 1 ; Wood Shop Club 1 ; Conservation Chib 3,- Boys Choir 1; Golf 1; Soccer 1,2; Football 1,2; Wrestling 1,2. NANCY J. WIN KLEY —Student Court 2,4 (Chief Justice); Student Council Rep. 3,4; National Honor Society 3,4; Girls State Alternate; Chess Qub 3; Freshmen Class Sec- retary; Cread 2; Drill Team 3,4 (Captain); GAA 2,4; Pep Qub 1 ,2; Scroll 2; Girls Chorus 1 ; Social Studies Assist- ant 3.4 KAREN J. WISE - Homeroom Rep. 1; CUC Club 3; Cread 2; Girls Chorus 1,2; S tage Crew t. DANIEL L. WRONA— Forensics 2; Latin Qub 1; Cread 3; Concert Choir 3,4; Mixed Glee 2; Boys Choir T. DOROTHY WRONA JULIANN M. WSZOLEK— Drifl Team 3,4. JOAN t. YANEY-CUC Club 2,3; Concert Choir 4; Mixed Glee 2,3; Girls Choir I; Concert Orchestra 1,2, “All My Darlings”. CHARLES E. YARUSINSKYl.; KATHLEEN F. YERGA-Pep Club 1; Spanish Club 1, Girls Choir 1,2; Attendance Aide l, 2, 3,4. LINDA S. YOCKEY— Student Council Rep, 1 MdtHlOc 1,3; National Honor Society 3,4; Girts State; Daisy Mae 3; Prom Chairmon 3; CUC Club 2 (Sec.), GAA 1,2; Con cert Choir 3,4; Rythmetts 3; Mixed Glee 2 (VP. ),- Girls Chorus 1; Cinderella Track Aide 3; English Aide 4 VICKI D. YOCKEY— Oeod 2; C.nema Club 3; Pep Club t; English Aide 4, THOMAS J. Y OKO VICH — Letterman 4 ; Baseball 2,3,4; Football 2,3,4. MfllODf ZABORSKI STANLEY R. ZACK— Rotarian; Concert Choir 3,4; Mixed Glee 2; Boys Choir I. PHOTO NOT AVAILABLE SUSAN C. ZAIKIS— Student Council Oflficton 2,3,4; Stu- dent Council Rep. 2,3,4; Monitor l, 2,3,4; Notional Honor Society 3,4; CUC Club 3,4; Usherettes 3,4; Con- cert Orchestra 1,2; Sewing Aide 2. DIANA F. ZAJA— Monitor 4j Debate 3,4; Forensics 3,4; Speech 3,4; Cread 2,3,4; " One Act Plays " ; " To Bum a Witch”. MARY B. ZERKEL-Monitor 1,2; CUC Club 1,2; library Assistant 1,2 KATHLEEN J. ZiLAt-Gifls Chorus 1,2; Nurses Aide ;; GABRIEllE ZOLOWICZ— CUC Club 2; Chinese Club 3; Creod 2; Cinema Club 3; Lob Assistant 2; Math Assistant TERRI S ZUFFA— National Honor Society 3,4, Girls State; Student Council Rep. 3,4; Homeroom Rep. 1,2, 3,4; Freshmen Class Vice-President; Drama Chib 1; Oeod 2,3; Cheerleaders 2,3,4 (Captain); French Club 3; GAA 1,2, 3,4; Pep Club 1, 2,3,4; " The Miracle Worker " , Mat Maid 1,2; Social Studies Aide 3,4; Gym Assistant 2,3,4. 144 SENIORS r -J 09 Pi 0 -h Y k n 1 1 H © m r i c H ' .V (1 r H - 1 ' c V- C .Vice fV1 _j. ' Y)c l)b g Ko cl cxi w • T W 5 :r?- V- ' -■ ■ r 1 H ; J r Aj b CrTm D) ,.r O 0 - P AC iv iii u -fc 7 - 7 }| S ' tpf : ; ,a p ■ ■ ’ ' it 1 ' I ( - ' V. .v r z ' 1 v, r 5 ; . V . ' V l.- ' O Pc " V c i Vti f -r«S u o Vpp A oft ip c v r , ' W ; vp V ' r 4 A° Cp 1 ' 3 ‘JU ' MT j» jCa a ' J? J-3 O lo Iq S rt° 0 mortKE ' i race ' Z.Fp (J ud K , (= oL£ Q L. i C A I At C | u c. A: V i L k I A J- ' ' ? 2rr " S LJ i N d A 1 1 " i w " - Nf NC Y WILLI 9M5 ftftLfH KRAMpe to +- ft L i c Q[ Juniors bloom radiantly in all activities. 148 Juniors r The class of 74. Homecoming starts off with a float. In- decision in a final theme. Final decision — “Senators Don’t Have a Chance.” Debbie Hines and Mary Hurd as Queen candidates. College night at Morton. Taking the National Merit Schol- arship Qualifying Test and Scholastic Aptitude Test. Listening to speakers. Major decisions effect one’s life. Class officers — President: Anne Michels; Vice President: Lori Dalton; Secretary: Vickie Thornsberry; Treasurer: Debbie Sandoval; helped by Miss Karen Button and Mr. Richard Clausen— their sponsors. 1 973 Prom. Sherwood Club. Committees. Hard at work. Problems. What is a good theme? Prom Chairman— Chris Stewart. Juniors 1 49 Sherry Aldridge Donna Alien Garry Amick Barbara Anderson John Anderson Pam Anderson Bob Angelich Steve Ashby Paul Atchison Chris Balazs Roni Ball Carol Banks Greg Barnes Nancy Basham Steve Batchelor George Bauer John Beardsley Janet Bechtel Karen Bednar Rich Beezie Bill Benda Barbie Beno Linda Bibzak Metro Bindas William Bish Amy Blaine Jerry Blank Colleen Boland Pat Boldin Ken Borst Vicki Bratcher Dave Bratton Nancy Brock Debra Brown Scott Brown Wanda Brown Mary Ann Budrean David Byrum Kevin Callahan Barbara Carmen Nancy Cave Tim Chant Mitch Chenault Bob Chrisney Laura Chumbley Barbara Clarich Todd Clark Kurtis Cofran Juniors float “rolls” in adding color and spirit to the Homecoming parade 1 50 Juniors Tracy Cooley William Cosgrove Kevin Coto Joan Cowan Charles Crisan Colleen Croft Donald Cross Linda Cryer William Cunningham Junior Marian Lucas and alumna Marie O’Drobinak sell French ant- iques at Kiwanis Travelogue. Vicky Czuba Lori Dalton Douglas Daniels Tina Davidson Tomi Davis Leslie Dawson Joseph Dean Paul Demkovich Denise Denning Pam Devore Debbie Dollinar Marie Donnelly Rick Dorsey Gloria Drabenstot Margo Driscoll Carolyn Drudge Marilyn Drudge Kimberly Dukes Alvin Dutro Sue Dutz Patricia Eagan Judy Earl Vickie Earle Tina Eckert Nancy Elliott Peggy Esgate Shelly Facen Robin Fannin Denise Falk Steve Faught Kevin Faulkner Rose Ferry Alan Feuerboch Chris Ford Peggy Fortenbury Dave Foster Karen Frayer Robert Galovic David Galovich John Gamez Bonnie Garcia Sharon Genovesi Janice Geurts Steve Gibbs Joe Gibson Fred Gipson Julian Gonzales Bob Groczyk Juniors 1 5 1 Janise Grass Mary Gray Connie Griffith Karen Gurski Robin Hoack Pat Hamilton David Hamm Cathy Hammond Dave Hanas Polly Harrington Betty Harris Willis Havlin Anita Hertzfeltd Concella Hill Debra Hines Denise Hines Pat Hoffman David Hoge John Hook Robert Hoolehan Debra Houk Diane Housley Pam Hummerickhouse Mary Hurd 152 Juniors Jeff Johnson builds a beautiful bod. James Hussey Gail Johnson Jeff Johnson Mark Johnson Sheila Johnson Phillip Jones Terri Jones John Judson Amy Kaczka Vicki Kartz Mike Kelly Mike Kiest Guy Kikolas Rickey King Joyce Klapkowski Debbie Klisurich Mory Knapik Lois Koerner Roy Kolas Bob Korpella Joseph Kucharski Melissa Lain George Laskarin Jackie Laws Bob Stahl brews up some bubbly. Joyce Lows Bob Lozzell Amy Lee Mike Lee Nancy Lessard Billie Lewellen Denise Linsenmann Jim Livingston Tom Long Richard Love Martha Lozano Marian Lucas Lori Mahns Dan Malloy Roxanne Martin Rea McCahon Debbie McCarty Linda McCay Mitzi McDaniel Joyce McGaha Tom McLaughlin Fran McMahon Sharon Meier Judy Melton “Jive— hey— hey— hey— Jive " Jeff Michelin Ann Michels Dave Milne Debbie Minton Ron Mis Rita Mitchell Carol Molder Cathy Moore Randy Moore Tim Motes Kathie Muir Scott Musser Jim Nogel Lynette Norug Dave Neubauer Shelia Nevers Mary Novotney Dave Oboy Kris O ' Donnell Kathy Opochan Marianne Oprisko Ron Ortega Diane Orzechowicz Sharon Otto Juniors 153 Joseph Palubin Patti Pajak Carol Pankauski Isabelle Penczak Nancy Petro Tammy Peyton Nancy Pierce Pam Podgomy Susan Prusiecki Debbie Ramsey Linda Ramsey Jody Rausch Harold Ray Rebecca Reody Natalie Reba Heidi Reiter Tom Riley Gerald Roberts Andrea Rodavich Brenda Rokosz Judy Royal John Rozgony Linda Rybecki Chris Rytel “Can ya feel the beat? " Leslie SabofF James Sakelaris Ed Salczynzki Deborah Sandoval Mike Saheretta Edward Schoenfeldt Monica Searcy Virginia Seiden Tom Shantz Dave Sheaks Tim Shelton Tammy Shultman Doris Shutko Connie Simmons Latricia Simmons Chris Skiba Mary Skinta Diane Slavena Carol Smith Denise Smith Donna Smith Jack Smith Sherri Smith Steve Smoot Louis Sobok Andrew Spak Bob Stahl Joe Stahuro Joanie Stein Laura Stemp Chris Stewart Andy Sudicky Linda Sullivan Kathie Sutherland Matt Summers Patricia Swafford Earl Sweet Denise Sweeney Jeff Taroli Tom Templeton Fred Thorbjomsen Vickie Thomsberry Phillip Thorpe Ray Thrall Sharon Thrall Larry Timmons Kerry Tracy Wayne Tosseng Dennis Turner Sue Tumpaugh Lori VanBuskirk Cheri Vandersteen Terry Vandersteen Ed Vargo Jeanette Ventimiglia Annette Venturini Florence Veray Mike Victor Margie Wallace Carmell Webb Kathy Wells Gale Welman Gary Wendlinger Greg White Tom White Joel Wilkinson Scott Wilson Jackie Winkler Ron Wolenty Jack Walge Donna Woomer Pat Wright Diane Wurtzbacher Jeff Yokovich Patricia York Sherry Zack Don Zocny Gndy Zencka Juniors 1 55 1 56 Sophomore Sophomores grow like a wild daisy. Class of 1975. “Loud Alive”. Kicky homecoming float. “Washing Tons of Senators”. Comes the privilege of order- ing class rings. Pick the style. Measure ring size. Class Officers: President: Pam Step- hans; Vice President: Mike Callahan; Secretary: Becky Medwetz; Treasurer: Sue Pomplin; Sponsors: Mrs. Laurel Weiss and Mr. Richard Willis. Sophomore 157 Kirk Bled so James Blumenhagen David Bobrowski Bonnie Boldin Randy Bond Cecil Bonnell Lucille Borgetti Amy Borgman Alice Bossingef Melvin Boyd Kenny Boyer Diana Brodley Daniel Bratton John Breidenbaugh Paul Brock Mark Bruno Gordon Buckman Cindy Buksar Timothy Burfield DeEtta Burgess Kim Burton Bob Butler Cindy Butler Judy Byrum Charles Adams Jim Adams Nancy Adams Donna Anderson Steven Arrenholtz Greg Bach John Bachmann Tim Bajusz Chris Balzer Debbie Bartnik Heidi Barton Kenneth Batchelor Mark Bearby Steve Bechtel Cheryl Bell Carl Bergstrom Susan Berwanger Ricky Beverly Margaret Biancardi Matt Beiderstodt Dan Bisbee Christy Blaine Richard Blankenship Michalene Blastic 158 Sophomore Michael Callahan Janice Carpenter Suzanne Carroll Jimmi Carter Patty Castleberry Anita Chamekar Dennis Chinn Carol Chivington Joe Chudy Jill Gchocki Laurie Clark Yvonne Clark Bob Cofer Karen Courtney Del Croaybeek Rebecca Craft Robert Craft James Cristwell Joy Cross Julie Dock Evelyn Daniels Ruth Dankanich Donna Davis Gary Davis Lamont Davis Tim Degnan Janice Delaney Debbie Detterline Kevin Dimos Cindy Dittrich Debbie Dittrich Randy Downey Danny Driscoll Harold Earle Sandy Edens Greg Eggebrecht Carolyn Ellison Jackie Ellison Jeralyn Ellison Marilyn Ellison Eugene Enslow Lori Erb Ricky Focen David Faden Marie Ferguson Sue Ferguson Perry Ferrini Joan Ferry Richard Fields Sandy Fields Gerilyn Fogarty Sharon Fullgraf Joe Fuqua Ron Furman Allan Godberry Mark Ganz Lynda Gargano Michael Geary Mark Goodpaster Cindy Graczyk Tom Graczyk Bob Gray Brenda Greer Sandra Grillion Joe Halai Kathy Hall Mike Hanas Phil Hanas Pam Harreld Sue Harrigan Judy Horris Cheryl Harvey Locy Harwell Michelle Hatch Sharon Hawkins Teresa Hawkins Bob Headrick Melissa Hedrick Brian Henderson Ron Henry Susan Hester Sophomore 1 59 Jeri Hoffmon Joe Holder Terry Homcho Sue Homrich Harvey Hooks Geri Horror Virginia Hotaling Joyce Houck Marilyn Hric Dan Hudnall Gini Hufnage! Jeanne Hurd Terry Hutsler Sharon Irminger Melanie Jackim Roger Jackson Tim Janiga Marilyn Janik Joy Jankowski Jill Jamecke Louise Jezuit Nancy Johnk JoEllen Johnson Joey Johnson Underclassmen form part of the hustle and bustle of the Gavit halls Sherry Jones Pete Judson Helene Juratich Brenda Jurich Evelyn Kaczmarzyk John Kapec Nick Kapusta Judy Kasprzycki Bill Kaytar Shirley Kazmer Cathy Kellar Carl Keller Fred Kessler Grace Klapkowski Maurice Klefeker Linnae Klisiak Janet Knight Rita Knight Harold Kochopolous Karen Kolarczyk Rich Komansinski Tom Kontor Rich Korem Ron Korpella 1 60 Sophomore Nancy Kovocik Jerry Kovalsky Kathy Krsak Sue Kruto Tom Kuchta Donna Kugler Melanie Kujawa Kathy Kulka Art Labus Ruth Lackey Doug Latham Becky Lax Charlene Litton Debbie Litton Melanie Lock Craig Lucht Richard Lucka Mike Lulich Gerald Mack Nancy Mack Mark Mocnak Richard Mahns Bill Manger son Sue Manus Darlene Manyak Gndy Maple Linda Maranto Denise Markley John Martin Pat Martin Ruth Maruschak Melanie Mayfield Tina Mazany Dennis Maze Barbara McAbee Bob McCarty Bethann McCoy Nicky McDaniel Cathy McLaughlin Diane McMahon Becky Medwetz Diane Mezei Gndy Michelin Jim Michels Andrea Middleton Paul a Miller Kristy Mitchell Gay Mizerik Sophomore 1 6 1 Roger Montano Charies Mysliwy Dotty Mysliwy Coral Neff Jot lien Nowaczyk Mike Olson Debbie Opasik James Oresko Keith Orze Dave Orzechowicz Jeff Ossanna Patricia Ovaert Terry Pace Denise Palfi Toni Palmer Joyce Pandak Suzanne Papesh Judy Parsanko Eydie Parsley Alice Paulik Ron Pawlik Mode Pawlowski Edward Pawlus Linda Pennington Anthony Perrin Catherine Perrin Dale Perry Nancy Perry Dennis Pettit Carrie Peyton Frank Pfieffer David Pineda Jackie Pietrzak Sharon Plantz Jeff Poludniak Nancy Polys Susan Pomplin Danny Pool Sheila Powers Nancy Probus Bev Pyie Melody Qualls Pam Ramsey Randy Rapchak James Rastowski Brian Rath bum Monica Ray Terry Redlarczyk Debbie Richerson Amy Roberts Connie Rogers Ray Rokosz Bob Roper Kathy Rosin ski Rhonda Ross Deena Royer Alice Rubin Bob Russell Connie Saczawa Sue Salle Jim Saltanovitz Ed Smaron David Saterfield Kevin Scesney Sue Scheffki David Schroeter David Scott Dennis Scott Laurie Sefton Glen Shantz Ruben Shehigian Art Shel bourne Ken Sherrick Judy Schoenborn Dave Schuster Bill Shropshire Susan Siebert Larry Sills Sherry Sims Dean Simms Dale Skalba Joe Slavin Barb Smith Brian Smith Pat Smith Scott Smith Cathy Smock 1 62 Sophomore Karen Solon Kathy Solon Ted Stahl Pam Stahl Donna Stepanovich Peggy Stephan Pam Stephens Mary Stevens Denise Stevenson Ginger Stoffregen Robert Stout Kimberlee Sweeney Ann Szilagyi Greg Taroli John Tatusko Greg Taylor Desiree Thomas Judi Thomas Kim Thomas Paul Thomas Shaun Thorpe Gary Thorsky Mona Thrall Elizabeth Tinsley Carlos Tite Tim Towasnidci Brenda Townes Pat Tozer Deborah Treadaway Thomas Tusk an Monica Underwood Joan Undi Randall VanVynckt Chris Wantroba Susan Welch Bruce Weliky Kurt Werth Todd Wilson Richard Winkler Sharon Wise Tom Wise Heidi Witter Gndy Wrona Theresa Wsolek Dave Yandell Greg Zaborski Sandra Zack Chris Zocny Sophomore 163 F R E S H M E N Freshmen innocent . . . and sweet as a daisy. 1 64 Freshman Class of 1976. In their first year of high school, a victory Winning homecoming float — “I Can’t Believe I Ate The Whole Team” . . . Welcome and congratulations . . . Suc- cess with candy sales . . . Class Officers: President: Nick Pappas; Vice President: Tim Puchley; Secretary: Russ Bauer; Treasurer: Cathy Opasik; Sponsors: Mrs. Vela Johnson and Mr. Thomas Zygmunt. Richard Allen Virginia Allen Robin Ally Ann Amick Debbie Anderson Jan Anderson Debra Andis Mike Archie Gndy Arnold Carol Atzhom Kevin Augustyn Cathy Baker Rhonda Balazs Lisa Ballantine Gayle Banko Jim Banks Navy Banvard Mark Batchelor Russ Bauer Melinda Baugh Anita Beal Charles Beal Mark Beardsley John Beck Cheryl Becker Eve Beckman Pam Bednar Peg Benirscke Dorinda Berk lay Gurseal Beverly Bob Biancardi Maris Biederstad Ron Bigelow Tom Bocian Ron Bonnell Linda Borgetti Sherry Brogdon Kurt Brown Mike Budrean Tim Budreau Ed Bunde Bill Burdeau Janene Bums Dave Buxton Chris Byers Herman Caine Linda Camp Mary Beth Canada Ralph Canale Debbie Carter Lorraine Carter Susan Carter Donald Chalmers Donna Chalmers Jim Chant Cindy Chemek Donald Chiaro Cheryl Chivington Gary Gchocki Ron Clark Rosalee Conley Elaine Connell Ann Rose Conrad James Cook Matthew Cook Mark Cooley Diane Cooper Magdelena Cordero James Core Colleen Courtney Mike Cristwell Charles Crutcher 1 66 Freshmen " Ooh-h-h, They got me!” Kathleen Cubit Tammie Cunningham Bob Dailey Kevin Dalton William Davidson Debra Davis Mike Davis Sally Decresenzo Joan Denning Tom Donahue Mike Dillon Gerlinde Dorge Pam Dorsey Kevin Douville Christine Driscoll Dave DufFala Jim Dufrense Vaughn Dunlap Bruce Dust Nancy Dykeil Jim Edens Mike Erb John Esgate Pam Farmer LuAnn Fatheree Jeff Federoff Ladena Felling Jeff Ferree Carmen Ferguson Tim Ferguson Nicky Ferris Candyce Fiala Dan Fivecoat Lee Flores Theresa Fogarty Patrick Fornari Linda Foster Michelle Foster Maverick Franklin Dori Frye Lori Frye Willis Fulkerson Susan Furman Kristie Gadberry Dale Gallagher Art Gamblin Thersa Gamez Kim Ganz Carol Garcia Andy Gaurilos Laura Geary Mark Gerber Dennis Ghormely Peggy Gibbs Robert Gibson Kris Glad Sharon Gluth Freshmen 167 Wayne Goble Dwayne God bolt Mark Gonzales Sigmunt Goral Pam Grass Donald Greer Debbie Gulasy Onata Hadu Dean Halverson William Hammond Julie Havlin Robin Havlin Yvonne Hamphill Valerie Herbst Andy Herty Elizabeth Hieke Nancee Hildenbrand Bernadette Hill Nancy Hoffman Jock Hollis Diane Horar Jeri Hubble Robert Hudnall Jeff Humphrey Christine Hussey Lori Ihnat Dorothy I nee Kenneth Janeczko Bridget Janiga Terry Janiga Denise Johnson Debra Jones Terri Jones John Juranovich Joy Juscik Sharon Kaleta Michael Kartz Chris Kasenga Sharon Kayes Andrea Kaytar Mary Keir Guy Kessey Terry Kiest Betty Kincheloe Debbie King Joe Kish Kevin Klebs Alexander Klefeker Corey Klemme Debbie Klobuchar Kevin Knutson Becky Kochopolou Laura Kohut Susan Kopanko Diane Kovach Gerald Kuchta Diane Lagneou Lori Frye attempts to make her move on an East Gary opponent. 168 Freshmen Judy Lamb Pam Larson Nick Laskarin Tracy Laskowski Judy Latham Debbie Lawley Jeff Lawley Jim Lawson David Lewandowski Tim Puchley shows class spirit at H. C. Pep Rally Lewis Lewellen Greg Lewis Jay Litton LarTy Lloyd Raymond Love Frances Lozano Thomas Mock Kathy Modvek David Maicher James Malloy Ray Maple Delores Mardis Patricia McCaw Terry McLaughlin Dan McLean Lora Mihalko Holly Miller Lydia Miller Robert Miller Chuck Milanovic Paul Milosavljevic Paula Mincheski Monica Mista Brenda Moore Gerald Moore Gayle Morris Vicki Murdock Tim Murphy Mark Nor antic Glenn Novak Cathy Opasik Alan Orange Juliane Oresko Kathy Ostoich Pat Otterson Jim Owens Jeff Painter Yvonne Palmer Mike Pankowski Nick Pappas Kathy Patterson Jin Pawlus Dan Pease George Pendrick Tom Perry Susan Peruts Harry Perz Charley Phillips 169 Freshmen Chris Phillips Marie Pierce Tom Plaskota Ray Porter Sue Poteet Jan Poulson Fred Pre snail Bill Prusiecki Tim Puchley Randy Quisenberry Linda Ramsey Pat Rapchak Tim Rausch Dave Ready Chris Reba Ray Reel Belinda Reeves Liz Restar Pam Richardson Kurt Rindoks Linda Rippe Cheryl Robbins Tina Rogers Jeff Rollard Diana Rosales Carl Russell Robert Rutherford Alan Rybecki Laura Salczynski Karen Saltanovitz Marie Scepkowski Pam Schmitt Dan Schroder Vicki Seward Debbie Sheaks Joanne Shevenko Dave Shryock Jan Siebert Susie Silverman Jack Singer Julie Sims Debbie Skalba Sam Skratsky Alan Smith Dave Smith Mike Smock Ccdy Snell Shelia Speights Richard Spitale Jack Spoerner Don Stahl Peggy Steiss Elaine Stephens Richard Stevens Judy Stivers Phil Stoffregen Bruce Stringham Mary Sudicky Denise Taylor Thomas Thegze Joannne Thorbjomsen Peggy Thorb|omsen Dennis Thrall Phil Tidwell Betty Tiller Terry Tosseng Carl Toyne Patrick Tracy Richard Trent Rodney Trent David Tretter Sharon Vahst 1 70 Freshmen Freshmen 171 Ernest Vandersteen Connie VanDiver David Vido Michelle Vliek Paul Walker Debra Wallace Eddie Wallace Deborah Wandrei Tom Wargo Jacqueline Watson Charles Werner Douglas Werner Kevin Werth Maureen Westman Patricia Wheeler Don White Anita Wilkenson Thomas Wilke Phyllis Wilkins Tom Wilson Michael Winarski James Winkley Doreen Wolenty Mary Wolters It ' s not easy to be in high school!! Welding shop presents problems to Freshmen George Wojciechowski Victor Wojtowicz Joyce Yaney Joan Yarusinsky John Yarusinsky Phyllis Yates Donald Yokovich Jeff Young Corine Zaborski Nancy Zajoc John Zubak ADVERTISING 1 73 We don’t make promises. We make guarantees. Everything we guarantee will be put down in writing. In a legal document that you get a copy of. (If you agree to sign for computer training and the Delayed En- try Option, it will all be spelled out in language you can understand.) United States Army Recruiting Station 507 State St. 933-0145 Vern Vierk 6727 Kennedy Avenue Hammond 844-8320 Shutko’s Auto Service 7308 Kennedy Avenue Hammond 844-9869 174 ADVERTISING Pepsi-Cola General Bottlers, Inc. 9300 Calumet Avenue Munster, Indiana 836-1800 ADVERTISING 1 75 l.v WHITE HEN PANTRY 7448 Columbia Avenue Hammond, Indiana Ed and Gerry Lelito LAKE COUNTY GLASS COMPANY INC. 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JOHN OFFICE U.S. 41 and Schmal St. St. John 188 ADVERTISING VAN SENUS AUTO PARTS 6920 Kennedy Ave. 2930 Highway Ave. STERN’S HARDWARE 7025 Indianapolis DALTON’S FUNERAL HOME 6955 Southeastern EINHORN’S “Town Country Women’s Apparel " Woodmar Shopping Center Advertising 1 89 INDEX Adams, Charles, 158 Adams, Jim, 158 Adams, Linda, 50, 1 22 Adams, Nancy, 51, 73, 158 Adams, Thomas, 1 22 Aldridge, Sher, 70, 1 50, 1 97, 1 98, 1 99, 200 Allen, Donna Jo, 51, 88, 150 Allen, Kimberly, 23, 76, 80, 81, 85, 88, 122, 174, 197, 198, 199, 68, 200 Allen, Richard, 78, 96, 166, 106, 109 Allen, Virginia, 1 66 Allen, William, 122 Ally, Robin, 166 Amick, Ann, 166, 116, 117 Amick, Garry, 50, 78, 150, 110 Anderson, Barb, 50, 150 Anderson, Debbie, 90, 166 Anderson, Donna, 158 Anderson, Gary, 1 22 Anderson, Janice, 166 Anderson, Pamela, 1 50 Anderson, Patricia, 1 22 Anderson, Vernell, 80, 69 Andis, Debra, 166 Angelich, Robert, 1 50, 1 09 Archie, Michoel, 96, 166 Ares, Tony, 122 Arnold, Cindy, 166 Arnold, Jeanne, 1 22 Arrenholtz, Steven, 158 Arrenholtz, John, 51, 122 Ashby, Steve, 51, 150 Atchinson, Paul 27, 1 50 Atzhorn, Carol, 166 Augustyn, Kevin, 70, 78, 166 Baccino, Jeff, 99, 1 22 Back, Gregory, 158 Bachman, John, 98, 158 Bajusz, Timothy, 158, 100, 103 Baker, Cathy, 166 Baker, Debra, 88, 1 22 Balazs, Christine, 5 1 , 90, 1 50, 69, 1 1 4 Balazs, Rhonda, 166 Baliga, Joseph, 80, 81, 84, 94, 95, 112, 122 Ball, Ron, 150 Ballantine, Lisa, 166 Balzer, Christopher, 91, 158 Balzer, Robert, 122 Banko, Gayle, 1 66 Banks, Carol, 150 Banks, Jimmy, 166 Banvard, Navy, 166, 102 Barnes, Becki, 122 Barnes, Greg, 49, 150, 100 190 INDEX Barnhart, Janice, 122 Bortnik, Debra, 85, 87, 1 58 Barton, Heidi, 1 58 Bartowski, Pamela, 23, 74, 81, 88, 122, 197, 198, 199 Basham, Nancy, 150 Batchelor, Kevin, 158 Batchelor, Mark, 72, 89, 99, 166, 106 Batchelor, Steve, 106, 73, 150 Bauer, George, 51, 150 Bauer, Russell, 1 65, 1 66 Baugh, Melinda, 1 66 Baxter, Harold 50, 1 23 Beal, Charles, 74 Bearby, Mark, 98, 158 Beardsley, John, 89, 150 Beardsley, Mark, 166 Bechtel, Janet, 1 50, 116, 117 Bechtel, Stephen, 98, 1 58 Beck, Jeff, 42, 123, 180, 37 Beck, John, 166 Becker, Cheryl, 30, 78, 77, 166 Beckman, Evelynn, 166 Beckman, Tina, 1 23 Beda, Peter, 50, 123 Bednar, Karen, 1 50 Bednar, Pamela, 166 Beezie, Richard, 78, 150 Bell, Cheryl, 1 58 Benda, William, 1 50 Benirscke, Peggy, 51, 74, 166 Benko, Gayle, 76 Beno, Barbie, 74, 150 Beno, Karen, 1 23, 37 Benton, Carmelita, 1 23 Bergstrom, Carl, 94, 158, 103, 109 Berkley, Dorinda, 51, 90, 166 Berwanger, Joan, 74, 83, 87, 123 Berwanger, Susan, 158 Betustak, Jeff, 45 Beverly, Gurseal, 79, 90, 1 66 Beverly, Ricky, 79, 158 Beyer, Leonard, 123 Biancardi, Margaret, 158 Biancardi, Robert, 96, 166, 102 Bibzak, Linda, 150 Biederstadt, Maris, 166 Biederstadt, Matthew, 158 Bigelow, Ronald, 96, 1 66 Bindas, Metro, 84, 94, 112, 150 Bisbee, Daniel, 1 58, 1 09 Bish, Gloria, 150 Black, Bradley, 33, 81, 84, 99, 123, 108 Blaemire, Kevin, 1 23 Blaine, Amy, 50, 70, 71, 150 Blaine, Christy, 158 Blank, Jerry, 150 Blankenship, Richard, 158 Blastic, Dave, 94, 1 1 2 Blastic, Michalene, 1 58 Bledose, Kirk, 158 Blumenhagen, James, 72, 158, 68 Bobrowski, David, 80, 158 Bocian, Tom, 1 66 Bodnar, Sandy, 81, 123 Bogucki, Thomas, 85 Boland, Colleen, 50, 1 50 Boldin, Bonnie, 158 Boldin, Pat, 80, 89, 150, 68, 116, 117 Boldin, Peter, 84, 91, 123, 109 Bond, Jeffery, 84, 94, 95, 123, 109 Bond, Phyllis, 33, 1 23 Bond, Randy, 94, 158 Bonneau, Suzette, 123 Bonnell, Cecil, 158 Bonnell, Gregory, 1 24 Bonnell, Richard, 1 24 Bonnell, Ronald, 1 66, 1 02 Borgetti, Linda, 50, 166 Borgetti, Lucille, 158 Borgman, Amy, 1 58 Borst, Kenneth, 150 Bossinger, Alice, 158 Boyd, Melvin, 1 58 Boyer, Kenny, 50, 158 Brach, Walter, 78 Bradbum, Constance, 28, 27, 76, 83, 85, 1 24 Bradley, Diana, 158 Bratcher, David, 1 24 Bratcher, Vicki, 150 Bratton, Daniel, 1 58 Bratton, Dave, 84, 150 Brock, Nancy, 50, 150 Breidenbaugh, John, 1 58 Brock, Paul, 158, 108, 109 Brogdon, Sherry, 166 Brown, Debbie, 150 Brown, Kurt, 51, 96, 166 Brown, Scott, 80, 150 Brown, Wanda, 150 Bruno, Mark, 158 Bryant, Lynn, 1 24 Buckman, Gordon, 158 Budrean, John, 1 24 Budrean, Mary, 150 Budrean, Michael, 166 Budreau, Peter, 34, 84, 94, 95, 1 12, 124, 35, 100 Budreau, Timothy, 96, 166, 102 Buksar, Cindy, 50, 158 Buride, Edward, 72, 1 66, 1 08 Bunde, Mary, 80, 85, 87, 1 24 Burczyk, Dolorene, 1 24 Burdeau, Bill, 1 66 Burdyl, Patricia, 80, 81, 82, 86, 89, 124, 197, 198, 199, 116, 117, 114 Burfield, Timothy, 158 Burns, Janene, 90, 166 Burton, Kim, 158 Burton, Peggy, 1 24 Butler, Alan, 1 24 Butler, Bob, 158 Buxton, David, 166 Byers, Christine, 166 Byrum, David, 1 50 Byrum, Gary, 1 24 Byrum, Judy, 158 Caine, Herman, 166 Callahan, Bruce, 1 24 Callahan, Kevin, 150 Callahan, Michael, 94, 157, 158, 111, 106 Camp. Linda, 51, 166 Canada, Mary Beth, 1 66 Canale, Ralph, 51, 78, 96, 166 Capriotti, Debra 1 24 Carmen, Jennifer, 90, 1 25 Carpenter, Janice, 1 58 Carroll, Suzanne, 85, 1 58 Carter, Debbie 166 Carter, Jimmi, 158 Carter, Lorraine, 90 Carter, Susan, 71, 90, 91, 166 Castleberry, Patty, 158 Castleberry, Richard, 51, 125, 104 Cave, Nancy, 151 Chalmers, Donald, 166 Chalmers, Donna, 76, 166 Chalmers, Larry, 1 25 Chant, James, 166 Chant, Timothy, 151 Chamekar, Anita, 27, 28, 85, 86, 158 Chamekar, Karla, 51, 77, 125 Chenault, Mitch, 84, 94, 151 Chemek, Cindy, 166 Chiaro, Donald, 51, 166 Chinn, Dennis, 158 Chivingston, Carol, 74, 158 Chivington, Cheryl, 70, 71, 166 Chon, Sandy, 1 25 Chorba, Elizabeth, 51, 76, 88, 125 Chrisney, Robert, 50, 151 Chudy, Joe, 51, 158 Chumbley, Laura, 78, 151 Cichocki, Gary, 96, 166 Cichocki, Jill, 158 Cichocki, Theodore, 1 25 Clarich, Barbara, 151 Clarich, Robert, 1 25 Clark, Laurie, 85, 158 Clark, Merrill, 94, 95, 112, 113, 1 25, 68, 1 08, 109 Clark, Pat, 98, 1 25 Clark, Ronald, 166 Clark, Todd, 28, 51, 37, 151 Clark, Yvonne, 158 Cofer, Bob, 1 58 Cofran, Kurt, 151 Conley, Rosalee, 166 Connell, Elaine, 73, 74, 90, 166 Connell, Stephen, 125 Connors, Cynthia, 51, 125 Conrod, Annrose, 50, 74, 1 66 Cook, James, 166 Cook, Matthew, 1 67 Cooley, Mark, 96, 167, 100, 103 Cooley, Tracy, 84, 151, 110, 108 Cooper, Diane, 1 67 Core, James, 73, 167 Core, Pam, 51 , 125 Cosgrove, Bill, 106, 88, 94, 151, 105 Cosgrove, Daniel, 1 25 Coto, Kevin, 151 Courtney, Colleen, 90, 1 25, 1 67 Courtney, Karen, 88, 1 58 Cowan, Joni, 151 Craaybeek, Del, 158 Craft, Rebecca, 158 Craft, Robert, 158 Crisnan, Charles, 151 Cristwell, James, 84, 99, 158, 109 Cristwell, Mike, 167 Croft, Colleen, 151 Crook, Gloria, 1 25 Cross, Donald, 51, 84, 151, 106 Cross, Joy, 1 58 Crutcher, Charles, 89, 167 Cryer, Linda, 151 Cubit, Kathleen, 167 Cunningham, Bill, 151 Cunningham, Jackie, 1 26 Cunningham, Tammie, 76, 167 Cunningham, Teresa, 76, 126 Czuba, Victoria, 51, 151 Dock, Julie, 158 Dalton, Kevin, 96, 167, 102 Dalton, Lori, 34, 56, 85, 87, 149, 151, 35, 117 Dailey, Bob, 167 Daniels, Doug, 151 Daniels, Evelyn, 158 Dankanich, Ruth, 158 Dankenbring, Richard, 94, 1 26, 1 06 David, Linda, 51, 151 Davidson, Tina, 151 Davidson, William, 96, 1 67 Davis, Debra, 167 Davis, Donna, 72, 76, 158 Davis, Gary, 106, 158 Davis, Lamont, 73, 159 Davis, Mike, 167 Davis, Toni, 151 Dawson, Leslie, 27, 74, 85, 151, 116 Dean, Joseph, 151 Decresenzo, Sally, 167 Degnan, Timothy, 159, 106 Delaney, Janice, 159 Delano, Debbie, 1 26 Delache, Thomas, 1 26 Dembowski, Jeffery, 1 26 Demkovich, Paul, 27, 28, 30, 73, 76, 77, 78, 151 Denning, Denise, 74, 85, 151 Denning, Joan, 74, 90, 167 Detterline, Debra, 159 Devore, Pam, 48, 88, 151 Dillon, Mike, 50, 96 Dimos, Kevin, 159 Dittrich, Cynthia, 1 59 Dittrich, Debbie, 85, 89, 159 Dollinar, Debbie, 151 Donahue, Denise, 1 26 Donahue, Tom, 167 Donnelly, Marie, 151 Dorge, Gerlinde, 167 Dorsey, Pam, 1 67, 1 1 7 Dorsey, Richard, 80, 151, 106, 109 Doss, Steve, 126 Downey, Randy, 50, 159 Douville, Kevin, 51, 74, 167 Drabenstot, Gloria, 151 Dragoin, Robert, 1 26, 1 76 Driscoll, Christine, 91, 167 Driscoll, Danny, 159 Driscoll, Margaret, 151 Drudge, Carolyn, 27, 74, 87, 88, 151 Drudge, Marilyn, 74, 87, 88, 151 Duffala, David, 167, 109 Dufrense, Jane, 79, 167 Dukes, Kimberly, 151 Dunlap, Vaughn, 167, 106, 109 Dust, Bruce, 167 Dutro, Alwin, 151 Dutz, Suzanna, 151 Dykeil, Nancy, 88, 167 Dziuk, Virginia, 81, 126 Eagan, Patricia, 85, 151, 155 Eagan, Wayman , 126 Earl, Judy, 151 Earle, Harold, 159, 109 Earle, Victoria, 27, 73, 74, 80, 85, 88, .151, 197, 198, 199, 69 Eckert, Margaret, 1 26 Eckert, Tina, 151 Edens, James, 167 Edens, Sandra, 1 59 Eggebrecht, Greg, 159 Elliott, Nancy, 50, 74, 151, 114 Ellison, Carolyn, 159 Ellison, Deborah, 126 Ellison, Jacklyn, 90, 159 Ellison, Jeralyn, 159 Ellison, Marilyn, 159 Emerson, Phyllis, 1 26 Enslow, Eugene, 89, 159 Enslow, Leon, 88, 126 Eppley, Jerald, 1 27 Erb, Loria, 159 Erb, Michael, 72, 167 Essary, Charles, 96, 167, 106 Esgate, John, 78, 167, 108 Esgate, Peggy, 51, 74, 85, 151 Facen, Ricky, 1 59 Facen, Shelley, 87, 151 Faden, David, 159 Falk, Denise, 151 Fannin, Robin, 1 5 1 Farmer, Pamela, 167 Fatheree, Lue Ann, 28, 75, 167 Faught, Bishop, 151 Faulkner, Kevin, 151 Fea, Dyanne, 51, 126 Federoff, Jack, 34, 80, 84, 94, 95, 1 1 2, 1 27, 100, 37 Federoff, Jeff, 96, 167 Felling, Landena, 51, 75, 167 Ferguson, Carmen, 167 Ferguson, Marie, 159 Ferguson, Pamela, 1 27 Ferguson, Sue, 159 Ferguson, Thomas, 84, 94, 95, 127, 109 Ferree, Jeff, 167 Ferree, Mike, 1 27 Ferrini, Perry, 94, 159, 109 Ferris, Nicky, 1 67 Ferry, Joan, 74, 159 Ferry, Rose, 76, 88, 151 Feuerbach, Alan, 151 Fiala, Candyce, 167 Fields, Richard, 51, 94, 159 Fields, Sandra, 159 Fivecoat, Danny, 78, 89, 91, 167 Flores, Leroy, 96, 167, 109 Fogarty, Gerilyn, 27, 159 Fogarty, Theresa, 51, 167 Ford, Christopher, 21, 151, 100, 109 Forgich, George, 127, 176 Fomari, Pat, 167, 102 Fortenbury, Peggy, 151 Foster, David, 90, 151 Foster, Linda, 28, 30, 78, 1 67 Foster, Michelle, 51, 167 Franciski, Jaye, 1 27 Frankli n, Maverick, 167 Frayer, Karen, 90, 151 Frazier, Carl, 81, 127 Freels, Martin, 46, 127 Frye, Dorene, 51, 167, 116 Frye, Lorene, 51, 167 Fulkerson, Willis, 167 INDEX 191 Fullgraf, Sharron, 85, 1 59, 1 1 7 Fuqua, Joseph, 159 Fuqua, Roxanne, 1 27 Furman, Ronald, 1 59 Furman, Susan, 167 Godberry, Alan, 50, 159 Godberry, Kristie, 75, 91, 167 Gallagher, Dale, 167 Galovic, Robert, 33, 34. 73. 74, 151, 35, 103 Galovich, David, 151 Gomblin, Arthur, 167, 106 Gamez, Betty, 1 27 Gamez, John, 151 Gamez, Theresa, 167 Ganz, Kimberly, 74, 167 Ganz, Mark, 159 Garcia, Bonnie, 151 Garcia, Carol, 167 Gargano, Lynda, 159 Gaurilos, Andrew, 167, 106 Geary, Laura, 51, 167 Geary, Michael, 159, 103 Geary, Susan, 90, 127 Genovesi, Sharon, 151 Gerber, Mark, 72, 167 Gerdich, Mark, 127 Geurts, Janice, 51, 85, 89, 151, 114 Ghormley, Dennis, 167 Giannini, Sandi, 81, 127 Gibbs, Paula, 76, 80, 85, 127, 197, 198, 199, 68, 200 Gibbs, Peggy, 75, 80, 91, 167 Gibbs, Steve, 99, 151, 106 Gibson, Joseph, 73, 88, 151 Gibson, Robert, 167 Gipson, Fred, 151 Glad, Kris, 167 Gluth, Sharon, 51, 74, 167 Goble, Wayne, 50, 1 68 Godblot, Dwayne, 168, 109 Goggans, Cheryl, 167 Goins, David, 1 28 Gonzales, Julian, 50, 151 Gonzales, Mark, 50, 1 68 Goodpaster, Mark, 159 Goral, Sigmunt, 96, 168 Graczyk, Cindy, 1 1 6, 87, 1 59, 1 1 7 Groczyk, Robert, 84, 94, 95, 112, 151, 100 Graczyk, Thomas, 159 Grass, Janise, 152 Grass, Pam, 76, 168 Graves, Ricky, 84, 99, 128, 106, 105 Gray, Mary, 51, 87, 152 Gray, Robert, 51, 159, 108 Greer, Brenda, 1 59 Greer, Donald, 51, 168 Greer, Susan, 51, 81, 85, 88, 128 Griffith, Connie, 152 Grillion, Richard, 51, 128 Grillion, Sandra, 51, 76, 159 Gulasy, Deborah, 51, 74, 168 Gurski, Karen, 152 Haack, Robin, 51, 74, 76, 152 Hadu, Onata, 168 Halak, Joseph, 50, 159, 109 Hall, Katherine, 159 Halverson, Clifford, 168 Hamilton, Patricia, 87, 152 Hamm, David, 152 Hammond, Cathleen, 74, 87, 152 Hammond, William, 1 68 Hamphill, Yvonne, 168 Hanas, David, 23, 94, 152, 106, 109 Hanas, Mike, 159, 103 Hanas, Phil, 159, 103 Harney, Thomas, 1 28 Harrigan, Susan, 30, 73, 75, 76, 78, 88, 89, 90, 159 Harrington, Polly, 22, 42, 70, 71, 152 Harris, Betty, 152 Harris, Judy, 159 Harrold, Pam 72, 159 Hartmann, Julie, 28, 51, 70, 71, 76, 81, 128 Harvey, Cheryl, 90, 1 59 Harvey, Nancy, 42, 1 28 Har well, Lacy, 159 Hastings, Stephen, 51, 128 Hatch, Michelle, 75, 88, 159 Haughee, Frank, 1 28 Havlin, Julie, 1 68 Havlin, Robin, 168 Havlin, Willis, 152 Hawkins, Raymond, 53, 81, 84, 128 Hawkins, Sharon, 159 Hawkins, Teresa, 159 Headrick, Robert, 159, 109 Hedrick, Melissa, 74 Hedricks, Bob, 99 Heilman, Marianne, 71, 83, 91, 128 Hellinga, Jerry, 84, 94, 95, 112, 128 Henderson, Brian, 1 59 Henry, Ronald, 77, 76, 84, 159, 198, 197, 199, 68, 106 Herbst, David, 159 Herbst, Valerie, 168 Herkey, Andrew, 159, 102, 109 Hertz, Andy, 168 Hertzfeldt, Anita, 85, 91, 152 Hester, Peggy, 73, 75, 80, 81, 82, 91, 128, 68 Hester, Susan, 75, 159 Hieke, Elizabeth, 1 68 Hildenbrand, Nancee, 168 Hill, Bernadette, 79, 168 Hill, Connie, 79, 152 Hill, James, 128, 102 Hill, Karen, 51, 128 Hill, Michael, 1 29 Hines, Debra, 33, 34, 152, 35, 116, 117, 1 14 Hines, Denise, 73, 152, 114 Hinton, Ellen Kay, 190 Hoffmann, Jeri, 86, 160, 116, 117, 114 Hoffman, Nancy, 168 Hoffman, Patti, 85, 89, 152, 117 Hoge, David, 152 Holder, Joe, 160 Holchan, Robert, 1 68 Hollis, Jack, 168 Holstrom, Bonnye, 129 Holtz, David, 1 29 Homcho, Terry, 160 Homrich, Carol, 1 29 Homrich, Susan, 160 Hook, John, 152 Hooks, Harvey, 160 Hoolehan, Robert, 152, 109 Horar, Geraldine, 168, 160 Horton, Adair, 1 29 Horvath, David, 33, 84, 94, 95, 112, 129, 101 Houck, Joyce, 85, 160 Hotaling, Virginia, 90, 160 Houk, Debbie, 90, 152 Houseley, Dianne, 152 Howe, Nancy, 8 1 , 85, 1 29 Hric, Marilyn, 85, 160 Hubble, Jeri, 75, 168 Hudnall, Daniel, 99, 1 60 Hudnall, Robert, 168 Hufnagel, Gini, 50, 160 Humerickhouse, Pam, 152 Humerickhouse, Robert, 1 29 Humphery, Jeffrey, 168 Hurd, Jeanne, 85, 160, 37 Hurd, Mary, 33, 34, 85, 87, 91, 152 Hussey, Christine, 168 Hussey, James, 80, 152 Hustler, Terry, 160 Hutchinson, Diana, 1 29 Ihnat, Lori, 76, 168 Ince, Barbara, 87, 1 29, 1 78, 1 79 Ince, Dorothy, 168 Ingram, William, 160, 109 Irminger, Sharon, 51, 160 Jackim, Melanie, 160 Jackson, Roger, 72, 73, 160 Jamrose, David, 50, 1 29, 69 Janeczko, Kenneth, 168 Janiga, Bridget, 88, 168 Janiga, Joe, 73 Janiga, Terry, 168 Janiga, Tim, 96, 160 Janik, Marilyn, 1 60 Jankowski, Joy, 50, 85, 160 Jamecke, Jill, 160 Jantz, Sandra, 1 29 Jetson, Pete, 99 Jexuit, Louise, 160 Johnk, Nancy, 160 Johnk, Steve, 129 Johnson, Claudia, 129 Johnson, Denise, 168 Johnson, Gail, 34, 85, 152, 35, 116, 117, 114 Johnson, Glen, 42, 129, 106, 105 Johnson, Jeff, 84, 94, 152 Johnson, Jo Ellen, 160 Johnson, Joey, 160, 37 192 INDEX Johnson, Kenneth, 51, 130 Johnson, Mark, 51, 152, 109 Johnson, Sheila, 152 Johnston, Carl, 51, 58 Jones, Debra, 168 Jones, Phillip, 152 Jones, Sherry, 160 Jones, Terri, 161 Jones, Terri, 152 Judson, Peter, 152, 160, 190 Juranovich, John, 51, 168, 102 Juratich, Helene, 160 Jurich, Brenda, 74, 160 Juscik, Joy, 168 Kaczka, Amy, 1 52 Kaczmarzyk, Evelyn, 28, 75, 160 Kaleta, Sharon, 168 Kaminski, Wendie, 33, 51, 87, 90, 130 Kandelec, Debbie, 130 Kapec, John, 160, 108, Kapusta, Debbie, 50, 130 Kapusta, Nicholas, 160 Karanovich, Donna, 1 30 Kartz, Michael, 168 Kartz, Victoria, 152 Kasinga, Chris, 168 Kaspryzcki, Judy, 160 Kayes, Sharon, 51, 168 Kaytar, Andrea, 1 68 Kaytar, William, 160 Kazmer, Shirley, 160 Keir, Mary, 51, 87, 168 Kellar, Cathy, 51, 85, 91, 160 Keller, Carl, 72, 160 Kelley, Mike, 152 Kessey, Guy, 168 Kessler, Fred, 160, 176, 178, 179, 180, 181 Kiest, Mike, 152 Kiest, Terry, 168 Kikalos, Guy, 152 Kikalos, Liz, 1 30 Kikalos, Peter, 1 30 Kincheloe, Betty, 168 King, Debbie, 51, 168 King, Larry, 130, 84, 109 King, Ricky, 152 Kirschieper, Mark, 81, 130 Kish, Joe, 1 68 Klapkowski, Grace, 160 Klapkowski, Joyce, 85, 89, 152, 117 Klebs, Kevin, 168 Klefeker, Alexander, 168, 109 Kiefeker, Maurice, 94, 160 Klemme, Cory, 72, 168 Klen, Gregory, 130 Klisiak, Linnae, 160 Klisurich, Debbie, 21, 72, 80, 81, 85, 152, 174, 197, 198, 199 Klobuchar, Debra, 51, 74, 168 Knapik, Mary, 152 Knight, Janet, 160 Knight, Rita, 74, 90, 1 60 Knoerzer, Laura, 77, 130 Knutson, Kevin, 96, 168, 102 Kochopolous, David, 130 Kochopolous, Rebecca, 168 Kochopolous, Har old, 160 Koerner, Lois, 85, 87, 152 Kohut, Lara, 51, 75, 168 Kolarczyk, Karen, 160 Kolas, Roy, 152 Komanzinski, Rich, 160 Kontor, Tom, 160 Koontz, Steven, 130 Kopanko, Cynthia, 74, 1 30 Kopanko, Susan, 51, 168 Korem, Richard, 94, 97, 160, 100 Korpella, Bob, 28, 73, 152 Korpella, Ron, 160, 108 Kosanovich, Danette, 131 Kotso, Ronnie, 84, 131, 101, 110 Kovach, Diane, 28, 75, 168 Kovacik, Nancy, 160 Kovalsky, Jerry, 160 Kowalsky, Alex, 96, 1 68 Kren, Mary Ellen, 74, 80, 85,88, 131, 178, 197, 198, 199, 68 Krizman, Diane, 81, 131 Krsak, Kathleen, 51, 85, 160 Krsak, Larry, 131 Kruto, Susan, 160 Kucharski, Joe, 98, 152 Kuchta, Gerald, 168 Kuchta, Thomas, 1 60 Kugler, Donna, 75, 85, 160 Kujawa, Melanie, 28, 27, 76, 88, 160 Kulka, Kathy, 50, 78, 160 Kunneman, Douglas, 33, 51, 131, 110 Kush, Stephen, 1 3 1 Kutscher, David Labus, Arthur, 80, 94, 161, 106 Labus, Paul, 27, 28, 131 Lackey, Ruth, 90, 161, 174 Lagneau, Diane, 1 68 Laine, Joe, 56, 131 Lain, Melissa, 152, 117 Lamb, Judith, 51, 169 Larkin, Keith, 131 Larson, Carolyn, 1 3 1 Larson, Pamela, 51, 169 Laskarin, George, 152 Laskarin, Nicholas, 169 Laskowski, Tracey, 75, 169 Latham, Douglas, 1 6 1 Latham, Gail, 131 Latham, Judy, 168, 37 Lawley, Debbie, 168 Lawley, Jeff, 168 Lawrence, Brian, 131, 1 06, 1 04 Lawson, James, 72, 168 Laws, Jackie, 73, 79, 152 Laws, Joanne, 79 Laws, Joyce, 79, 153 Lax, Becky, 51, 161 Lazzell, Bob, 88, 1 53 Lee, Amy, 27, 70, 74, 80, 85, 1 53, 1 74, 1 75, 178, 179, 180, 197, 198, 199, 68 Lee, Michael, 58, 80, 91, 153 Lessard, Nancy, 85, 153 Lewandowski, David, 169 Lewellan, Billie, 1 53 Lewellen, Louis, 169 Lewis, Gregory, 169, 108 Licciardone, Rita, 131, 37 Limbaugh, David, 131 Linsenmann, Denise, 85, 153 Lipman, Lisa, 51, 169 Littlejohn, Robert, 33, 94, 95, 1 32 Litton, Charlene, 51, 161 Litton, Debra, 161 Litton, Jay, 168 Livingston, Jim, 27, 28, 73, 76, 88, 153 Lloyd, Lawrence, 168 Lock, Melanie, 87, 161 Loman, Leslie, 132 Long, Tom, 153 Loss, Thomas, 132 Lou derm ilk, Reggie, 78, 94 Louis, Gennette, 88, 153 Love, Richard, 153, 168 Lozano, France, 51, 168 Lozano, Martha, 153 Lozano, Oralia, 1 32 Lucas, Barbara, 20, 21, 74, 132 Lucas Marian, 20, 21, 23, 74, 76, 80, 85, 86, 8v, 151, 153, 178, 179, 180, 181, 199,68, 197, 198, 116, 117 Lucht, Craig, 98, 161 Lucka, Richard, 161 Lulich, Michael, 161 Mack, Gerald, 161 Mack, Nancy, 91, 161 Mack, Rory, 132 Mack, Thomas, 168 Mocnak, Mark, 98, 161 Modvek, Kathy, 168 Malloy, Dan, 33, 34, 102 Mahns, Lori, 89, 153, 114 Mahns, Richard, 161 Malanovic, Chuck, 96 Manigrasso, David, 1 32 Mangerson, Bill, 161 Mangone, Mary Jo, 34, 35, 74, 81, 83, 85, 132 Mann, Gail, 132 Manus, Edward, 132, 106 Manus, Susan, 161 Manyak, Darlene, 161 Maple, Cindy, 88, 161 Maple, Ray, 168 Maranto, Charles, 132 Maranto, Linda, 88, 161 Mardis, Delores, 79, 168 Mardis, Joyce, 1 32 Marince, Diane, 1 32 Marks, Mararet, 81, 121, 132 Markley, Denise, 161 Marshall, Vicky, 161 Martell, Julie, 1 32 Martin, John, 161 Martin, Patricia, 51, 75, 161 Martin, Roxanne, 74, 85, 1 53 Martin, Sharon, 91, 133, Maruschak, Ruth 28, 51, 70, 71, 161 Mason, Michael 51, 133 Mayfield, Melanie, 51, 161 Mazany, Christina, 90, 1 6 1 Maze, Dennis, 161 McAbee, Barbara, 71, 90, 91, 161 McAbee, Ray, 44 McAbee, Ricky, 44 McCahon, Rea, 85, 86, 87, 153 INDEX 193 McCarthy, Deborah, 153 McCarthy, Robert, 161, 108 McCaw, Patricia, 1 68 McCaw, Vickie, 1 33 Me Cay, Linda, 90, 153 McCorkle, Susan, 51, 77, 133 McCoy, Bethann, 161 McCrum, Donna, 71, 73, 90, 133 McDaniel, Mitzi, 1 53 McDaniel, Nicky, 106, 161 McDonald, Margaret, 1 33 McGaha, Joyce, 91, 153 McLaughlin, Cathy, 72, 90, 161 McLaughlin, Terry, 168 McLaughlin, Tom, 153 McLean, Daniel, 51, 77, 168 McLean, Geraldine, 1 33 McMahon, Diane, 87, 161 McMahon, Frances, 87, 89, 153 Medwetz, Rebecca, 27, 50, 71, 78, 88, 161 Meeks, Jeff, 133 Meeks, Tim, 1 33 Meier, Patricia, 86, 1 33, 1 1 7 Meier, Sharon, 153, 116, 114 Melton, Judy, 51, 76, 85, 153 Merrick, Michele, 121, 133, 176 Merritt, Becky, 1 33 Mezei, Diana, 75, 161 Michels, Jim, 84, 161 100 Michels, Ann, 85, 87, 89, 149, 153, 117 Michels, George, 94, 95, 106, 133 Michelin, Cynthia, 161 Michelin, Jeff, 153 Michelin, Jerry, 161 Michna, Thomas, 20, 8 1 , 84, 1 1 2, 1 1 3, 1 33, 1 00 Middelton, Andrea, 51, 71, 161 Mihalko, Lara, 169 Milanovic, Dragan, 169, 102 Miller, Bob, 99, 1 69 Miller, Janelle, 51, 85, 133, 176, 200 Miller, Holly, 169, 117 Miller, Lyndia, 1 69 Miller, Paula, 161, 177 Milosavljevic, Alex, 22, 83, 98, 134, 1 10 Milosavljevic, Paul, 1 69 Milne, David, 51, 73, 77, 88, 153 Milner, Linda, 1 34 Minton, Debra, 153 Mis, Ronald, 153 Mista, Monica, 51, 74, 169 Mitchell, Jerry, 1 34 Mitchell, Kristy, 161 Mitchell, Rita, 91, 153 Mitchell, Robin, 1 6 1 Miterko, Judy, 27, 74, 77, 86, 87, 91, 134 Mizerik, Gay, 161 Molchan, Alan, 51, 84, 134, 108 Moldraski, Mary Jo, 74, 87, 91, 134 Molder, Carol, 77, 153 Montano, Roger, 1 6 1 Moore, Brenda, 51, 169 Moore, Bruce, 74, 90, 1 34 Moore, Cathy, 90, 153 Moore, Gerlan, 71, 169 Moore, Randy, 153 Moore, Vicky, 1 34 Morris, David, 1 69 Morris, Gayle, 51, 169 Morrison, Sidonia, 72, 75, 77, 80, 81, 88, 90, 1 34 Moser, Daniel, 51, 80, 84, 94, 134 Mote, Cindy, 81, 134 Motes, Timothy. 153 Muir, Kathie, 5 1 , 77, 85, 1 53, 1 79, 1 80, 1 8 1 , 1 97 Mullins, Pamela, 77, 1 34 Murdock, Vicki, 169 Mysliwy, Charles, 161 Mysliwy, Dorothy, 116, 161 Myszak, Patricia, 1 1 7, 89, 1 34, 1 1 4 Murfin, Joyce, 51 , 85, 87, 1 21, 1 34 Murphy, Timothy, 51, 169 Musser, Scott, 51, 27, 153 194 INDEX Nagel, Jim, 84, 99, 153, 16, 109 Narantic, Joe, 94 Narantic, Mark, 1 69 Narug, Lynette, 27, 28, 70, 71, 85, 153 Neal, James, 153 Neff, Coral, 161 Nelson, Melissa, 1 34 Neubauer, David, 153 Neubauer, George, 1 70 Neubauer, William, 1 35, 1 1 0 Nevers, Sheila, 28, 70, 71, 88, 153 Newcomb, Wayne, 28, 73, 76, 77, 1 35 Novotney, Mary, 30, 1 1 8, 1 53, 85 Novak, Glenn, 96, 1 69, 1 06 Nowak, Margaret, 135 Nowaczyk, Jo Ellen, 90 Nowaczyk, Sharon, 88, 135 Oboy, David, 153 Odom, Roger, 135 O’Donnell, Kristin, 153 O ' Drobinak, Regina, 51, 77, 90, 135 Omar, Mark, 81, 135 Olson, Mike 161 Opacan, Cathy, 153 Opasik, Cathy, 51, 74, 165, 169 Opasik, Deborah, 51, 90, 161 Oprisko, Marianne, 1 53 Orange, Jewel, 169 Orcutt, Gail, 77, 135, 178 Oresko, James, 71, 72, 161 Oresko, John, 88, 135 Oresko, Juliann 90, 169 Ortega, Ron, 153, 106 Orze, Keith, 51, 161 Orzechowicz, Diana, 85, 153 Orzechowicz, David, 161 Ossana, Jeffrey, 94, 161 Osteich, Kathy, 1 69 Otto, Shaorn, 50, 85, 153 Ovaret, Patricia, 75 Overland, Patty, 87, 135 Owczarzak, Patty, 135 Owens, David, 1 35 Owens, James, 169 Pace, Terry, 51, 161 Painter, Jeffrey, 79, 89, 169 Palfie, Denise, 161 Palmer, Toni, 68, 78, 161 Palmer, Yvonne, 169 Pajak, Patricia, 154 Palubin, Joe, 154 Pandak, Joyne, 88, 161 Pankowski, Carol, 90, 154 Pankowski, Michael, 1 69 Pappas, Nick, 80, 96, 165, 169, 109 Papesh, Phillip, 22, 81, 135 Papesh, Suzanne, 50, 74, 161 Paquette, Dan, 1 35 Parker, Debra, 1 35 Parker, Gail, 1 35 Parsanko, Judy, 161 Parsanko, Phil, 33, 43, 135 Parsanko, Eydie, 161 Paulik, Alice, 161 Paulik, Judy, 1 36 Patterson, Kathleen, 75, 169 Pawlik, Lucille, 73, 76, 77, 88, 1 36 Pawlik, Ron, 161, 108 Pawlowski, Henry, 161 Pawlowski, Mark, 161 Pawlus, Edward, 94, 161 Pawlus, James, 169, 108 Pearson, Clifford, 1 36 Pease, Daniel, 96 Penczak, Isabelle, 154 Pendrick, George, 169 Pendrick, Stefan, 94, 1 36 Pennington, Kathy, 1 36 Pennington, Linda, 77, 161 Penzak, Joseph, 136 Perkins, Mike, 165 Perrin, Anthony, 1 62 Perrin, Catherine, 162 Perry, Bruce, 162 Perry, Dale, 163 Perry, Nancy, 87, 162 Perry, Ruth, 1 36 Perry, Thomas, 169 Pertus, Susan, 74, 90 Perz, Harry, 169 Perez, Irene, 136 Peterson, Carla, 1 36 Petro, Nancy, 75, 77, 90, 154, 175, 179, 180, 198, 197 Pettit, Dennis, 162 Pettit, Richard, 162 Peyton, Carrie, 162 Peyton, Tammy, 154 Pfieffer, Frank, 1 06, 1 62 Phillips, Charles, 169 Phillips, Christopher, 170 Pickering, Janet, 1 36 Pierce, Nancy, 1 54 Pierce, Mark, 170 Pietrzak, Jackie, 162 Pineda, David, 162 Plantz, Sharon, 162 Plaskota, Thomas, 96, 170 Podgorny, Pam, 51, 154 Poludniak, Jeff, 162 Polys, Nancy, 73, 85, 162 Pomplin, Susan, 157, 162, 116, 117, 114 Ponce, Sylvia, 74, 88, 136 Pool, Danny, 162 Porter, Raymond, 170 Poteet, Susan, 170 Potter, Debra, 75 Potter, Wayne, 1 36 Poulson, Janet, 1 70, 116, 117 Powers, Shiela, 162 Prendergast, Theresa, 1 36 Pressnat, Fred, 170 Price, Richard, 137 Probus, Nancy, 162 Proffitt, Donna, 136 Prusiecki, Sue, 154 Prusiecki, William, 1 70 Puchley, Anthony, 27, 30, 76, 77, 78, 137, 199 Puchley, Timothy, 28, 96, 165, 170 Putscher, Joyce, 77, 137 Pyle, Beverly, 162 % Qualls, Melody, 50, 73, 90, 162 Qualls, Terry, 84, 94, 95, 137, 104 Quisenberry, Randy, 170 Rr Radke, Melissa, 1 37 Rakoczy, Joe, 137 Ramsey, Debbie, 154 Ramsey, Linda, 90, 1 54, 1 70 Ramsey, Pamela, 88, 162 Rangel, Frances, 2 1 , 80, 1 37 Rapchak, Patricia, 1 70 Rapchak, Randy, 112, 162, 103 Rastovsky, James, 162, 103 Rathburn, Brian, 162 Rausch, Jody, 51, 77, 85, 154 Rausch, Tim, 51, 96, 170 Ray, Denise, 1 37 Ray, Harold, 1 54 Ray Monica, 23, 90, 162 Ready, Becky, 70, 71, 89, 154 Reody, David, 99, 170 Reba, Christine, 170 Reba, Natalie, 154 Redlarczyk, Terry, 51, 94, 612 Redman, Shelby, 77, 137 Reel, Ray, 170 Reeves, Belinda, 1 70 Reiter, Heidi, 50, 154 Resetar, Claudia, 52, 137 Resetar, Elizabeth, 170 Richardson, Debra, 162 Richardson, Pam, 170 Riley, Tom, 98, 1 54 Rindoks, Kurt, 1 70 Rippe, Linda, 50, 87, 190 Rippe, Nancy, 87, 1 37 Robbins, Cheryl, 1 70 Roberts, Amelia, 162 Roberts, Jerry, 70, 71, 154 Robinson, Diana, 137 Robley, Roy, 91 Rodovich, Andrea, 28, 154 Rogers, Connie, 163 Rogers, Tina, 72, 1 70 Rokosz, Brenda, 154 Rokosz, Ray, 162 Rollard, Jeff, 1 70 Roper, Robert, 72, 162, 108 Roper, Susan, 81, 137 Rosales, Diana, 170 Rosinski, Cathi, 87, 162 Ross, Lori, 50, 137 Ross, Rhonda, 162 Royal, Judy, 28, 77, 154, 177 Royer, Deena, 162 Rozgony, John, 84, 94, 1 12, 154 Rubin, Alice, 51, 78, 163 Russell, Bobby, 72, 162, 108 Russell, Carl, 170, 109 Rutherford, Robert, 89, 96, 1 70 Rybecki, Linda, 170 Rytel, Christine, 74, 1 54, 1 77 Saboff, Leslie, 90, 154 Saczawa, Connie, 1 62 Saczawa, Thomas, 137 Saheretta, Mike, 1 54 Sakelaris, Jim, 84, 94, 154 Salcznski, Ed, 112, 154 Salczynski, Laura, 170 Salle, Susan, 162 Saltonovitz, James, 76, 77, 162, 170 Saltanovitz, Karen, 72, 75 Sanders, Mark, 94, 95, 112, 113, 138, 101 Sandoval, Debbie, 149, 154, 179 Sandoval, Peter, 139 Satterfield, David, 72, 162 Scepkowski, Marie, 170 Scesney, Kevin, 162 Schaade, Mark, 89, 138 Schaffki, Larry, 1 38 Scheffki, Loretta, 162 Schmidt, Pamela, 170 Schoenbom, Judy, 72 Schoenfeldt, Ed, 77, 88, 94, 154, 108 Schoenfeldt, Suzanne, 1 38 Schoonover, Corol, 1 38 Schroeder, Dan, 72 Schroeder, David, 51, 162, 170, 108 Schroeder, Diana, 138 Schufler, Lillian, 1 38 Schuster, Daniel, 1 38 Schuster, David, 1 38 Schwab, Tom, 68 Schwertfeger, Jeffrey, 1 38 Scieska, Jim, 138 Scott, David, 162 Scott, Dennis, 94, 162 Scott, Mike, 138 Scott, Randy, 34, 84, 112, 138, 100 Searcy, Monica, 154 Sefton, Laurie, 28, 79, 71, 162 Sefton, Scott, 3 0, 84, 85, 1 38 Seiden, Virginia, 154 Serbin, David, 1 38 Seward, Vicki, 74, 1 70 Shabi, Kathleen, 74 Shafer, Toni, 138 Shantz, Glen, 51, 162 Shantz, Tom, 51, 77, 91, 154 Sheaks, David, 1 54 Sheaks, Debra, 1 70 Shearon, Lori, 51, 87 Shearon, Michael, 139 Shebert, Janice 34 Shehigan, Rueben, 162 Shelborne, Arthur, 162 Shelton, Gary, 81, 139 Shelton, Tim, 94, 95, 1 54 Shepp, Michael, 1 39 Sherrick, Ken, 1 62 Shevenko, Joanne, 1 70 Shevchenko, Joanne, 75 Shoeborn, Judy, 162 Shoster, Dave, 162 Shropshire, William, 94, 162 Shryock, David, 72, 96, 170, 102, 103, 109 Shultman, Tamara, 50, 1 54 Shutko, Doris, 50, 154, 174 Siebert, Cheryl, 1 39 Siebert, Janet, 170 Siebert, Susan, 162 Sills, Larry, 162 Silverman, Rose, 90, 1 39 Silverman, Susie, 74, 90, 170 Simmons, Connie, 1 54 Simmons, Latricia, 1 54 Simms, Dean, 1 62 Sims, Julie, 170 Sims, Sherri, 74, 162 Singer, Jack, 1 70 Sitnick, Deborah, 85, 1 39 Skalba, Dale, 162 Skalba, Debbie, 170 Skiba, Chris, 112, 154 Skiba, Thomas, 33, 80, 81, 84, 94, 95, 139 Skinta, Edward, 139 Skinta, Mary, 1 55 Skratsky, Sam, 170 Slavena, Diane, 76, 155 Slavena, Karen, 1 39 Sleven, Joseph, 162 Smaron, Ed. 94, 162, 103 Smith, Alan, 1 70 Smith, Barb, 51, 90, 162 Smith, Brian, 73, 1 62 Smith, Carol, 21, 51, 89, 155, 116, 117 Smith, David, 45, 1 39, 1 70 Smith, Denise, 85, 155 Smith, Donna, 155 Smith, Gloria, 28, 50, 70, 71, 76, 77, 81, 139 Smith, Jack, 78, 88, 155 Smith, Patricia, 162 Smith, Ralph, 81, 112, 113, 139 Smith, Sandra, 1 39 Smith, Scott, 1 62 Smith, Sherri, 77, 1 55 Smock, Cathy, 74, 91, 162, 176 Smock, Mike, 96, 170 Smoot, Steven, 94, 155, 106 Snell, Cynthia, 170 Sobok, Louis, 51, 74, 155 Solon, Karen, 1 63, 1 1 6 Solon, Kathleen, 75, 163 Solan, Sydella, 139 Spak, Andrew, 78, 155 Spieghts, Sheila, 51, 79, 170 Spisak, Judith, 139 Spitale, Richard, 170 Spoemer, Jock, 27, 28, 70, 72, 1 70 Stahl, Donald, 170 Stahl, Margie, 140 Stahl, Pam, 163 Stahl, Robert, 22, 73, 77, 88, 152, 155 Stahl, Ted, 163 Stahura, Joe, 155 Stanley, Dan, 140 Stein, Joannie, 155 Steiss, Peggy, 90, 170 Stemp, Laura, 155 INDEX 195 Stepanovich, Donna, 27, 51, 163 Stephan, Peggy, 163 Stephens, Elaine, 50, 74, 170, 116 Stephens, Pam, 51, 72, 78, 163 Steven, Mary, 74, 163 Stevens, Richard, 96, 170 Stevenson, Denise, 163 Stevenson, Dennis, 1 40 Stewart, Christine, 51, 77, 88, 155, 37, 116 Stivers, Terry, 140 StofFregen, Ginger, 1 63 Stout, Robert, 163 Stringham, Bruce, 1 70 Sudicky, Andy, 155 Sudicky, Mary, 76, 1 V) Sullivan, Linda, 51, 90, 155 Summers, Matt, 155 Sutherland, Kathy, 155 Sutton, Clifford, 140 Swafford, Patricia, 88, 155 Swanson, Ron, 140 Swearingen, Lori, 51, 170 Sweeney, Kimberlee, 163 Sweet, Earl, 155 Swinney, Denise, 1 55 Szilagyi, Ann Taroli, Greg, 163 Taroli, JefF, 155 Tatusko, John, 94, 163 Taylor, Denise, 23, 87, 1 70 Taylor, Greg, 163 Templeton, Tom, 94, 1 55, 1 06 Thegze, Tom, 170, 106 Thomas, Donald, 1 40 Thomas, Desiree, 163 Thomas, Judi, 163 Thomas, Kim, 20, 163, 116, 117 Thomas, Mary, 140 Thomas, Paul, 163 Thorbjomsen, Fred, 94, 155 Thorbjornsen, Jim, 50, 98, 140 Thorb|ornsen, Jonne, 28, 50, 90, 27, 1 70 Thorbjomsen, Peggy, 170 Thomsberry, Vickie, 149, 155, 114 Thorpe, Jack, 155 Thorpe, Phillip, 155 Thorpe, Shaun, 73, 1 63 Thorsky, Gary, 163 Thorsky, Greg, 140 Thownes, Brenda, 170 Thrasher, William, 140 Thrall, Dennis, 1 70 Thrall, Mana, 88, 163 Thrall, Sharon, 88, 155 Thrall, Ray, 155 Tidwell, Bobby, 1 55 Tidwell, Phil, 70, 1 70 Timmons. Dona. 140 Tiller, Betty Ann, 170 Timmons, Lawrence, 155 Tinsley, Elizabeth, 163 Tite, Carlos, 163, 106, 104 Tobin, Colleen, 77, 1 40 Tosseng, Terry, 1 70 Tosseng, Wayne, 155 Towansnicki, Tim, 73, 94, 163 Townes, Brenda, 163 Toyne, Carl, 1 70 Tozer, Dale, 155 Tozer, Patricia, 75, 91, 163 Trocy, Kerry, 74, 85, 87, 1 55 Tracy, Pat, 96, 170 Treadway, Deborah, 163 Trent, Richard, 170 Trent, Rodney, .170 Trent, Ron, 155 Tretter, David, 50, 170 Trtan, Terrence, 140 Trtan, Tim, 96, 170, 106 Tull, Jethro, 12, 69, 155 Turner, Cora, 87, 1 40 Turner, Dennis, 155 Tumpaugh, Susan, 155 Tuskan, Mary 33, 50, 85, 87, 121, 141 Tuskan, Thomas, 163 Tysen, Linda, 170 Underwood, Moncia, 163 Undi, Joan, 88, 163 Upshaw, Delores, 141 Vandersteen, Terry, 50, 96, 155 Van Diver, Connie, 171 Van Gorp, Ruth, 1 4 1 Van Vynckt, Randall, 70, 163 Vargo, Edward, 155 Voter, Tom, 155 Vaznonis, Larry, 84, 112, 141, 1 00 Ventimiglia, Jeannette, 155 Venturing Annette, 85, 155, 114 Veray, Florence, 50, 68, 80, 87, 155 Vertucci, Daniel, 141 Victor, Mark, 155 Vido, David, 96, 170, 102 Vido, Paul, 43, 141 Vliek, Mark, 74 Vliek, Michelle, 170 Von Almen, David, 50, 141 Von Almen, Debra, 141 Vrankim, Kim, 1 70 Vadas, James, 143 Vadas, John, 141 Vadiver, Connie, 1 63 Vahst, Sharon, 91, 170 Van Buskirk, Lori, 50, 85, 155 Van Buskirk, Mark, 84, 89, 141, 104 Vandersteen, Cheri, 87, 155 Vandersteen, Ernest, 73, 170, 108 Walge, Jack, 1 55 Walker, Debra, 50, 141 Walker, Paul, 1 70 Walkowiak, Mike, 1 70 Wallace, Debra, 50, 76, 171 Wallace, Eddie, 1 7 1 Wallace, Margie, 1 55 Walters, Charles, 141 Wandrei, Deborah, 50, 74, 171 Wantroba, Chris, 99, 163, 110 Wontroba, Lynn, 141 Wargo, James, 141, 176, 179 Wargo, Thomas, 96, 171, 104 Watson, Jackie, 50, 171 Webb, Carmel, 78, 155 Wendlinger, Gary, 21, 155 Welch, Kevin, 141 Welch, Susan, 50, 90, 163 Weliky, Bruce, 73, 163 Wells, Kathy, 50, 1 55 Welman, Gale, 155 Wendell, JefF, 141 Werner, Douglas, 96, 171 Werth, Kevin, 50, 74, 94, 163, 171 Westman, Sue, 50, 171 Wheeler, Pat, 72, 171 Whelan, John, 142 White, Allyson, 50, 87, 142, 176, 178 White, Don, 78, 171 White, Gregory, 155 White, Linda, 142 White, Tom, 155 Whitfield, Teresa, 142 Wiley, Kevin, 142, 176 Wilkie, Thomas, 50, 171, 106 Wilkins, Charles, 80, 84, 94, 95, 142, 110, 111 Wilkinson, David, 50, 42 Wilkinson, Jeol, 155 Williams, Nancy, 74, 81, 142 Wilson, JefF, 142 Wilson, Jim, 44 Wilson, Tom, 96, 171 Wilson, Scott, 68, 73, 155 Wilson, Thomas, 50, 96 Wilson, Todd, 163 Winarski, Karen, 49, 72, 88, 142 Winarski, Michael, 50, 96, 171 Wingard, David, 142 Winkler, Jackie, 88, 91, 155 Winkler, Richard, 163 Winkley, James, 171 Winkley, Nancy, 80, 81, 87, 142 Wise, Karen, 142 Wise, Sharon, 163 Wise, Tom, 163 Witter, Heidi, 78, 86, 163 Wojciechowski, George, 171 Wojtowicz, Victor, 50, 70, 1 7 1 Wolenty, Doreen, 50, 74, 77, 171 Wolenty, Ronald, 50, 73, 77, 88, 155 Wolters, Mary, 171 Woomer, Donna, 78, 155 Wright, Patricia, 41, 155 Wrona, Cindy, 163 Wrona, Daniel, 142 Wrona, Dorothy, 142 Wsolek, Theresa, 87 Wszolek, Juliann, 142 Wszolek, Theresa, 50, 72, 163 196 INDEX Wurtzbocher, Diane, 155 Wynn, Nelson, 50, 163 Yandell, David, 163 Yaney, Joan, 50, 70, 88, 142 Yaney, Joyce, 51, 74, 27, 171 Yarusinsky, Chuck, 142 Yarusinsky, Joan, 171, 116 Yarusinsky, John, 171 Yates, Phyllis, 50, 171 Yerga, Kathleen, 90, 143 Yockey, Linda, 34, 50, 80, 81, 143 Yockey, Vicky, 143 Yokovich, Donald, 171 Yokovich, Jeffery, 155 Yokovich, Thomas, 84, 94, 95, 112, 143 York, Pat, 85, 155 Young, Jeff, 171 As each page of this yearbook was completed, there was a feeling of ac- complishment and wonder, relief, and yet regret. 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