Glenbard East High School - Aries Yearbook (Lombard, IL)

 - Class of 1966

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College-bound siudenls have a wide range of preparalory courses To choose from. Along wilh maih. science. English, social science. and language courses, Glenbarcl Easl pro- vides supplemenfary courses such as norehand and personal fyping. Each of lhese courses plays an inlegral parl' in de- veloping siudenis To face college life successfully. Sluden'l's noi planning +0 aliend college may learn lrade slcills or oblain a profilable background in business. The induslrial arls deparlmenl of Glenbard Easl offers courses in various fields of induslrial arls. The business deparlmenl supplies sluclenls wi+h lyping and shorihand slcills as well as Training in bookkeeping, office machines, and many olher areas significanl' 'lo a lhriving business world. 6 I Q2 " XY' S313 We We A , 1 Jan Ward learns fhe mosf effeciive way fo keep lhe audience's aifeniion as she gives a speech in her speech class. Diclr Ballinger and Valerie Vyn prepare a slide as Dee Ness gels +he microscope ready in a physiology class. Milxe Law spends 'fime in Hue library afler school doing research for his term paper in English. if x Mrs. Wenc's shorfhand class learns fo hike dicfafion quickly and efficienfly. Practical arts offered to G. E. students limba g AY s K . ....n,,..,,,..,, W , , 'H in 1-H1 5 m.,,.s W sf, I pw K V ' ,',,, K Q- , . ff .:n.s'nff Mr. Bernaselr confemplaies a business leffer before presen+inq I+ fo +he class Typing sfudenfs learn io concenfrafe on fhe maierial rafher Than on iheir fingers. Wi., Joe Krenzel and Ron Sholand labor on soldering an electric circuil' in an eleclronics course. , 2' Q Linda Rafferiy and Inez Richardson measure llwe ingredienls for a recipe in Their foods class. George McDaniel, Ken Erickson and Dave Axelson acquire llwe basic feeli- niques of welding in class. Ahlg ffljnui J s. A C 'ff ' L r W X ,. ' l, X Lx l I U N -if-s Mrs. Scholfield aids Connie Eder in puffing bufronholes in her clofhing garment tudents learn profitable skills Mrs. Davis explains +l1e differenf sfyles of home 'Furnishing as 'the girls follow in 'rheir fexf book during a home managemeni' class. v 1 w 1 2 ,.,, 12 ' ,' uf" M . , iisizi if The viciorious Glenbard Eas+ Rams carry Coach Lovin off fhe field affer healing Wesl 2 Leyden lo claim lhe conference championship. Marfy Olson shows how pracfice helps as he performs an "iron cross" in 'rhe qymnasfic meer againsf Willowbrook. G. E. athletes rack up fine records Mr. Asfrofh, assisfanf principal, loolcs wilh pride al' +he arhlelic awards accumulafed by Glenbard Easl sludenis over lhe years. Glenbard Easr offers ro i'rs sludenls many op- porlunilies 'ro develop +heir skills in- a?rhle'ric com- pelifion. Glenbard has nine compe+i+ive sporls reams: foolball, cross counrry, baslcelball, wreslling, gymnaslics, lraclc, lennis, baseball, and goll. The girls also have four compelilive Jreams: bowling, Jrennis, badminlron, and archery. Besides 'rhe com- pering 'reams 6.E. has a large inrramural program for Jrhe boys and GAA. sponsors many sporls evenrs for +he girls. I ln G.E.'s shorl hisrory 'rhe arhlelic 'reams have accumulaled ourslranding records. GE. has had an Elile Eighr baslcefball Team, a conference fool- ball Jream having a record number of all-conference 'ream members, a cross counlry 'ream placing lhird in slare compelirion. a champion s+a+e singles +en- nis player, a wresiler and gymnasls placing in slale compelilion. Glenbard srudenis know The sarisfac- 'rion of enrering compe'l'i'rion ready Jro worlc Jrowards a viclrory for 'rheir school. Sue Hughes concenirafes on ihe pro- cedures of archery as she prepares fo release ihe arrows. , Mme saw? 5 is-LA . . Jim Roberfs flghis 'for fha jump ball 1 'iififff-fvdgggm, .wk wifh a Downer's South ream member. 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Eric Clurisimas, Canadian acfor, offers Bob Aselline some advice during a relwearsal of "Music Man," as Jim Gieselcer looks on. Q , N s Miss Liplte, arf reacher, shows Ed Bedard flue proper way lo fashion poirery. During one of +l'1e Drama Deparflmenfs produclion. "The New Tenan'r", Sue Foley. Rob Lindley and Allen Sulzenluss, gaze in bewildermenf al' 'rlwe new lenanifpossession. N 4 We f ...QS Loanne Tralrselis and Sharon Plonlxa analyze The Technique used in "Head of Time" during a Trip Taken by The CulTural HisTory class To Midway STudios aT The Universily of Chicago. Art and Drama Courses 6IlCOllI'3gC Cl'62ltiV6 Stlldellt The Glenbard EasT arT and drama deparTmenTs were developed Tor The beneTiT oT all sTudenTs. NoT only are TalenTed sTudenTs encouraged, buT The individual programs provide opporTuniTies Tor any sTudenT who wishes To par- TicipaTe. The arT deparTmenT promoTes inTeresT Through acTiviTies direcTed aT The sTudenT body. Many eye-caTching arT dis- plays are seen in The main Toyer oT The building. The worlc on display is usually produced by ouTsTanding sTudenTs. The drama deparTmenT of Glenbard EasT provides ex- cellenT ouTleTs Tor sTudenTs ThaT desire experience in The various aspecTs oT The TheaTer. During each school year, The drama deparTmenT presenTs Tour all-school plays. Every play creaTes a greaT need Tor many sTudenTs To Till varied posiTions. ln all capaciTies, wheTher acTing or working on a crew, The sTudenTs gain self-confidence Through working wiTh many people, knowledge in The slcills oT The TheaTer. and a Teeling oT accomplishment Sue Sena helps The arT deparTrnenT hang an arT display in The main Toyer. 1 Y s v 'un-.f Joy Nyman and Barb Ward gain experience in page layouf while working on l'l'we school newspaper. Radio Club members fry ouf fhe new radio and iransmifler which Hwey bouqlwl willw fhe money ihey earned selling fire exfinguislmers , ,lnfe4ie.Nf.f- ,.-aw.wwf,wgm c 1.1. ,.o. f-qi.. Organizations are formed tor the purpose ot grouping individuals with a common interest. The organizations at Glenbard East are numerous, and cover a vast horizon ot interests, including academic, career, service, social and hobby organizations. Career-minded students gain knowledge and encourage- ment from organizations designed to meet their particular needs. Such publications as Aries, Echo, and Ramblings pro- vide experience tor aspiring iournalists. Caduceus is an organization devoted expressly to the girls who wish to enter the tield ot medicine. Future Teachers ot America sup- plied participants with helpful activities such as student- teacher day at local grade schools. Thespians, a nation- wide organization, aided students interested in the theater as a career. Students interested in scholastic tields 'Find enioyrnent in science, math and language clubs. Organizations such as these avail time tor both students and teachers to pur- sue more complex aspects that cannot be included in a regular class. For those active in social events, hobbies, and service organizations. Pep Club, Radio Club, Auto Club, Glen- Teens, and many others are available. ing 1' Diana Malral, Caduceus treasurer, takes attendance at a meeting while waiting for the guest speaker to arrive. Organizations cover students' many interests Thespian club members meet to discuss plans ot future plays which they will present to the school. Linda Sf. Joan and Chuclr Geigner informally discuss lhe social aclivi- lies of lhe coming weelcend. Glenbard East like mosl high schools, has been Jrhe focal poinl' for social aclivifies of ils sluclenls. The many varied aclivilies have broughl' lhe slrudenls apprecialion of all aspecls of social life. lnformal aclivilies such as sporls evenls, pep rallies, and socials, give sludenfs an opporlunily 'ro overcome sell: con- sciousness in a friendly relaxed almosphere. On The more refined side, formal aclivilies such as The prom, give slu- denls a chance 'lo praclice social slcills which will be ex- pecled in la+er years. The numerous plays. concerls and arf exhibils given by Glenbard Easl help bolh Jrhe parlicipalring and observing sludenls gain and develop an apprecialion of +he arls. H is lhrough acfivilies such as lhese Thar sluclenls be- come socially acclimaled, lherefore confidenl and malure in facing The fulure. Students gather in the halls for a few minutes of conversafion before classes begin. Activities center around social life The I965 Prom Court dances in Hue romanfic setting of "A Little BH' of Heaven." 2 s .Q 1 fig? JJ 1 35. ,,x if Qi.. 22 ,419 LJNWSW' . 56? .. , :L . :E Efjjjgffersififi , ,sz T I x if-In ,.., . of e 2 w nj ".:f Dean W. Sioalres Ph.D., U. of Colorado: Superin+enden+. Ronald D. Fraser M.S. Norfhern Illinois: Direcfor of Business Affairs. Ray Livingslo I1 M.S. Universify of Illinois: Direc- for of Sfudenf Services. If .fi ,ws 4'--gp Dr. Stoakes supervises East and West Mr. Sfoalces, Superinlendenf of Ihe Glenbard School Disfricf, has now complefed his fourlh year as superinfencleniz His iob, officially, is fo supervise Glenbard Easf and Wesl' and fhe connecled acfivifies. Alfhough Dr. Sfoalces' office is af Glenbard Wesf, he is offen seen al Glenbard East devofing his alfenfion fo some of 6E's problems. Dr. Sfoalces graduafed from 'lhe Universify of Iowa wifh a Masfers of Arfs degree and 'laughl' Malhemalics and science before affaining fhe posifion of Assisfanl' Superin- fendenf of Schools a+ Cedar Rapids, Iowa. Jusf fwo years ago. Dr. Sfoalces earned his PhD af Univer- sify of Colorado. Since his coming fo Dis'lric+ 87, Dr. Sfoalces has seen bofh Glenbard Easl and Glenbard Wesl adcl classrooms fo Iheir sfrucfures, while enrollmenl' figures have risen sharply. I-le has spenf a greal' deal of fime coordinaling plans for building addifional schools in fhe disfricfr while remaining very much a parl' of fhe plans and operafion of fhe fwo exisfing schools. 7 Mr. Rider directs school affairs Mr. William Rider, Principal of Glenbard Easi, carries The greai' responsibiliiies of running a large high school and siill remains in consiani iouch wiih many of i'rs smallesi affairs. Siudenis have oiien found Mr. Rider a warm, undersiancling man and an adminisiraior who looks a+ Jrhe siudenis' feelings wiih an indiscriminaiing eye. During ihis pasf year, Mr. Rider supervised and helped srreamline ihe closed lunch program, building iolos, and The expanded services offered ai Glenlnarcl Easi. Having previously Jraughr and coached in a high school. Mr. Rider is acquainied wiih all faceis of a high school and is experienced in solving Glenloard Eas+'s problems. He com- pleied his educaiion ar rhe Universiiy of Illinois, where he received his Masiers oi Science degree. Mr. Rider presenis afhlefic and academic honor awards ai' fhe fall honors convo. ffwi-P' all ,434 N L. L. Astroth Ruth Hughes Leo S. Hutt MS., U. ot lllinois: Assistant Principal. M.A.. Bradley University: Counselor, Dean MA., U. of lllinoisg Dean ot Boys. ot Girls: Tri-S Teens Adviser Administration upholds East motto tvtr. Astroth, assistant principal. surveys GE's 'Football tield lust prior to a varsity game. As Glenbarcl East's growth mushrooms, new responsibilities and problems beseige the administration. A solution to many ot these new problems is channeled to three people: the dean ot boys, Mr. Hutt, the dean ot girls. Mrs. Hughes. and Mr. Astroth, assistant principal. Mr. Hutt and Mrs. Hughes manage disciplinary problems and absences. Both attempt to solve any problem with an understanding ot the student involved and all the possible causes. Otten the students and the dean reach solutions acceptable to both. Mr. Astroth, assistant principal, maintains order in the behind-the-scene activities at Glenbarcl East. l-lis duties include arranging curriculum, handling tinancial attairs, and contacting substitute and student teachers. Mr. Astroth devotes most ot his time and energy to help create a smoothly tunctioning school. Together, the three administrators provided needed as- sistance tor Mr. Rider. guidance tor the ytudents, and helped instill and maintain GE's slogan, "Right Attitudes Mean Success." Special Services made available to students As a resulT of The vasT number oT sTudenTs aTTending Glenbard EasT, The adminisTraTion has found iT necessary To provide special services which offer guidance and direcTion and soluTion Tor problems ThaT have arisen. Mr. De Mol, The school's social worker, serves as a special counselor Tor Those who wish To consulT wifh him. His advice oTTen enables sTudenTs To face problems wiih a beTTer under- sTanding and a new ouTloolc. Mr. Baldis provides a paTienT and undersTanding source of learning Tor Glenbard EasT's EMH sTudenTs. Through his eTTorTs, handicapped sTudenTs learn To live as proTiTable ciTizens. lniuries and illnesses musT be expecTed and GE's nurse, Mrs. Rogers, deals wiTh These problems. Mrs. Rogers aids These sTudenTs and sees ThaT a physician's care is adminis- Tered when needed. Miss SanquisT is responsible for The Type of Tood consumed by Those sTudenTs paTronjzing The school caTeTeria. As dieTi- cian, she prepares The menus, and supervises Their prepara- Tion and serving. Donald D. B B.S., lllinois S Special Educa Mrs. Mildre B.S. Universify School Nurse viser. Mrs. Rogers pufs a Temporary splinT on Sue ,l,l,.li-A,l.:.V. ,M David DeMol M.S.W. Universiiy of Michi- gan: School Social Worker. aldis TaTe Universifyg Tion. Jeanine SanquisT B.S. Universify of Illinois DieTician. cl Rogers of MinnesoTag 7 Caduceus Ad- Polloway's finger afTer she hurT iT in her P.E. class Bonnie Boehnke M.Ed., UniversiTy of Virginia: Co-Sponsor of Sophomore Class. Alfred HechT M.A.. NorThwesTern U niversiTy. G. David HunT NLS., Indiana U.: DepT. Chairman Edward Cadagin M.S., Souihern Illinois: Junior Class Adviser. Solving a mulTiTude of problems, The counselors eTTicienTly adminisTer To The needs and The progress oT The sTudenTs assigned To Them and are ready To provide immediaTe guid- ance and help. Some of The special services The counseling deparTmenT provides are career, college and schedule planning. Using a wide background of resources. The counselors can give accuraTe advice ThaT saTisTies each sTudenT's needs. Career Day, held expressly Tor juniors and seniors. gives sTudenTs an accuraTe idea of many careers and oTTers prac- Tical advice. AdulTs acTive in These cerTain careers speak, ouTlining The advanTages and drawbacks To The career as well as The educaTion and experience needed. ln co- ordinaTion wiTh career day, various pamphleTs and books are available To The sTudenTs. College NighT, oTTered To sophomores, juniors and seniors, enlighTens sTudenTs To various colleges. universiTies, and Their programs. Admission counselors and oTher represenTaTives oT The maior schools Trom Throughou+ The naTion aTTend and oTTer Their services. During This nighT, cosTs. curriculum oT- Terings, and oTher maTTers are discussed and elaboraTed upon. Mr. Dave HunT. college counselor and direcTor oT guidance, also provides help in choosing a college. Each counselor TenTaTively plans a sTudenT's academic program during The Treshman year, and follows up on The program conTinuing To Tailor iT To The sTudenT's needs unTil The end oT The sTudenT's high school educaTion. ThroughouT The sTudenT's years aT GE, The counselors supervise and guide his acTiviTies. yeT encourage The. sTu- denT's independence. Jerry Meyer Dorofhy Ruisard Pafricia Seale M.A., U. of Colorado: S+uden+ Council Adviser M,S,, Non-hem Illinois Univergifyz Senior Class M.S., U. of Illinois: Sophomore Class Adviser. Advisem lnler-Club Adviser. Counselors guide student bod Mr. Meyer helps Sue Hughes decide on ihe courses she is going 'lo lake in her junior year. Dorofhy Boedeclcer B.A. Knox College: English l, ll. Roberl Ceiera B.A. Elmhursr College: English Deparimeni. Riia Fleming B,A., Universily of Illinois: English I, Journalism: ECHO Adviser. Al+on C. Capps A.M. Wheafon College: English l, ll Edna Chesier M.S. Souihern lll. U.. Eng- lish lll. Meribeih Fyler BA. lllinois College: Eng- lish lg Glen-Teens Adviser English students achieve expression of ideas The English Deparimeni' offers siudenis a varied program in rheir four years ai Glenbard Easi. English l, ll, Ill are avail- able as well as English composiiion, Creaiive Wriiing, Speed Reading. English Liieraiure, and World Liieraiure. Each of ihese courses helps s'ruden+s gain a well rounded, liberal educaiion. Through 'rhe siudy of 'rhe various forms of li+era'lure, The sfudenis gain valuable insighi io many philos- ophies and 'Techniques of wriiing. Throughoui' The English program. grammar and rhe abiliiy 'ro express one's ideas concisely are siressed. For more capable siudenis an honors program is offered. The courses cover much of ihe same maierial bui delve more deeply in+o liieraiure, preseniing +he philosophies in novels and essays. The English Deparimeni, supervised by Mrs. Schroeder, chairman, achieves iis goal of a good English background for each Glenbard Easi siudeni. Mrs. Arlene Gilles B.A. Omaha Universify English I, ll. Donald Hedrick B.S. Norrhern Illinois Univer- siiy: English IV: English Lif. English Comp. Srudenf Council Adviser Hi-Y Adviser Harrold Hayden B.A. Milliken Universify English lll: Ramblings: English Composilion. Agnes K. Shanlclin M.A. Washinglon U.: Eng- lish I. George R. Vogrin M.A. De Paul Universil' Y English lll, English IV. Philip Thompson M.S. U. of Wisconsin: Eng lish, American Lil., Crea- Iive Wriling: Varsily Ten- nis Coach: Foolball. Ruih Wes+phal MA. Roclcford College: Reading: English. INOI picluredl Aclam Holi-L Robe:-I L. Lindsey Be'H'y I-uclrenbill M.S. Norlhern Illinois: Eng- M.S. U. of Illinois: Direclor B-A Cenfral COIIGQSI Enq- lish ll: Wreslling Coach. of Reading Lab: English lish. , , Ff T h f A - Sandra M. Pelllgrmo :Cue ulfdV:?ff ers O mer Merle Schroeder B.A. U. of California: Eng- . M.S. Norlhern III: English lish I, English IV. D. RI'I"I'el' III: English Lilerafure: B.S. Wisconsin Sl-ale Uni- DSPIU Chairman versily: English III. Mariy Smifh, iunior, delivers a repori' in her English class. 'lid Charles A. Berglund B.S., Norfhern Illinois: Speech, Public Speaking, Debafe, lndividual Evenfs, Ass? Technical Direcfor. Raymond Mikesh Jr. B.A., Sfafe College of' lowag Speech, Sfagecraff, Technical Direcfor. Margaref G. Meyer MA., U. of Wiscon sin: Speech, Dramaf- ics. Theafre Pracfice Depf. Chairman: Thes- pian Adviser ' G. E. Library holds wealth of information Any sfudenf acfivify, even fhe slighfesf research, is helped by The wealfh of resources which fhe library confains. The library confains a large selecfion of encyclopedias, maga- zines, pamphlefs, and books, all of which make possible a surplus of informafion on almosf any subiecf. ln addifion fo fhe indexes available fo fhe sfudenf, fhe librarians answer any quesfion or offer help fo any sfudenf in finding fhe answer. Providing sfudenfs wifh fhe confidence and pride so necessary fo public spealcing, as well as insfrucfion in fheafrical arfs, fhe speech arfs deparfmenf offers courses such as dramafics, debafe, and public speaking. Mrs. Meyer, deparfmenf chairman. supervises fhe courses and insures every sfudenf of receiving qualified insfrucfion in public speaking. The cleparfmenf also produces 'rhe school plays and presenfs many masferful producfions. Nancy Dole sorfs library slips fo excuse sfudenfs from 'lheir sfudy halls as parf of her dufies as sfudenf assisfanf. ' - F355 Lucille Edwards B.S. Illinois Sfafe: Li brarian. Nancy McCullough M.S., U. of illinois, Head Librarian. Af 3 ag -.. 'fnf Mary Ann Churchill B.A.. Denison U.. French. Virginia Kotynelc B.A., Wheaton Col- lege: Spanish. Lou Ferguson B.A., U.C.L.A. French. French Club Adviser Dept. Chairman Hollis Meyer B.A., lllinois State U.: Russian, Spanish. Margaret S. Halligan B.A., Wilson College: Latin: Latin Club Ad- Vlsef Wendell St. John M.Ed.. U. ot lllinois: German: German Club Adviser ff-I-ft v. Y: ry Ronald A. Hesco'H' M.A., National U. ot Mexico: Spanish, Spanish Club Adviser Lynne C. Staedke B.A. U. ot Mexico Spanish, Spanish Club Adviser Deborah Huss B.A., Wheaton Col- lege: French. Margo Tymoszenko M.A.T.. U. ot Chica. go: German. Norma S. Jurgens B.S., Illinois State U.: Spanish: Co-Sponsor of Glen-Teens Students gain competence in languages Bill Bilbro makes tapes for his German teacher, Mr. St. John, during his class. Foreign languages, becoming an important tacet ot world relations. is realistically and practically taught by ' GE's language department. A wide diversification ot lan- guages, Russian, Latin, French, Spanish, and German. provides students a background that is usetul in many careers. Using language labs, the department has updated its teaching methods and has given students the best oppor- tunity tor learning a language. The ALM program iAudio- Lingual Materiall provides students with a high degree ot competence in a language. Specially planned texts and tapes, which are recorded by the inhabitants ot the country, provide students the necessary basic skills tor fluency. In addition to classroom teaching, instructors otten tutor or otherwise aid the students atter school. Each student is ottered help and enthusiastically encouraged to accept it. Field trips, specially planned lectures and presentations. movies, and resource materials are also provided tor stu- dents. that are interested in background ot the toreign land and language. Because ot the extra ettort and attention, the students conclude two or more years ot a language with as good. it not better, knowledge ot the language as any student trom another school. pg jiznwnv ' .Jrws 0 5 'Emv Ji ft ,f A M A . A , K. j 1 ,, ff ' , i X 'Q 4. Q Q 'Wu - tw JE? 'f H-ia 'E-few K l Wmbnsi, 'T Wx Yi .Maww if ,au 'riff'- John Bruclcbauer B.S. Superior Sfare College: Social Sci- ence, Economics, Lal. Am. Hisloryg Foolball Coach: Traclc Coach. Sharon Marie Ellison B.A., Beloil' College: World Hislory, Rus- sian l-lislory. Basic Skills. John B. Culver M.A. U. of lllinoisg World l-lisloryg Spon- sor ol lhe American Field Service Com- millee. Alice Gregory B.A., U. of lllinoisg World Hisfory, Amer- ican Problems. Members of an American Problems class David Diedriclc M.A.. Bowling Green U.: U.S. l-lislory. Cul- lural Hisforyg Depl. Chairman. Virgil O. Hanson B.S., lndiana Ceniralq World Geography: Sponsor of Audio Vis- ual Educaliong Fool'- ball Coach, lake advanlage ol The few minufes before The bell 'ro sfudy in preparalion for a 'resi ThroughouT The year, The social sTudies deparTmenT pre- senTed varied courses To make The year more producTive Tor The sTudenTs aT Glenbard EasT. The diTTerenT courses in hisTory. geography, and social sciences gave parTicipaTing sTudenTs a clearer undersTanding oi human behavior. The courses in hisTory, such as LaTin American. American. Russian, and World HisTory, help sTudenTs develop a knowl- edge oT diTTerenT culTures, a knowledge essenTial in un- dersTanding The moTivaTions oi mankind. The culTural his- Tory course grouped arT, hisTory, and music inTo one class, which illusTraTed The relaTionship beTween The arTs and his- Tory. Classes in poliTical science and economics showed The sysTems which man has used To regulaTe his culTure. So- ciology acquainTed The sTudenTs wiTh The numerous prob- lems oT man and his socieTy. American Problems presenTed social and poliTical problems which exisT in our naTion Today. The honors program was ini+ia+ed To TiT The abiliTies of selecTed sTudenTs. The Treshmen sTudenTs had a choice oT World HisTory, which was designed To give The sTudenTs a beTTer undersTandinq oi presenT world culiures, or Social Science I. designed To give The sTudenTs a course oi sTudy To help explain The preseni' world siTuaTion. Sophomore sTudenTs in The honors program Took Social Science ll, an inTroducTory course in basic Theories oT social science. Juniors, by recom- mendaTion. parTicipaTed in Uniiecl STaTes HisTory Honors. This course provided a sTudy oT The UniTed STaTes during iTs enTire exisTence. SelecTed seniors Took Senior World His- Tory. a course designed To presenT in greaTer deTail. The sTaTe of presenT world culTures. Paul T. HarTman M.S. Norihern Illinois: Sociology. American Problems. Larry LaFleur B.S. Norfhern Illinois: U.S. HisTory. World Geography. Ben B. Herring B.S. WesTern Illinois: World Geography. Ted Mifchell M.A. Norfhwesierng U.S. Hisforyg ECHO Business Adviser. Social Sciences provide productive year John STeinbach M.S. Iliinois STaTe: U.S. HisTory, PoliTical Science J. SToda MA. UniversiTy of Iowa: World Hisiory George Zigman M.S. UniversiTy of illinois: U.S. HisToryg BaskeTball, Baseball Coach. G 'L an I C -. o E: : 1. o : + U ? rn 0 Il DT v. -.- 3. 3 E -0- so F o x- DI -.- 3- 5. o' o o fs- cr cn -H o - cn -,. nl 5' 3 LQ :- 5. C in I 5. ..- 9. '4 -,. cu U. T' an-ws! -kwa siams2 -aemmews 9119326 John Hu hes Neil Ho Iund and Samuel M. Bass B.S. Millilcin Univer- siTy7 Algebra, Geome- Try: AssisT. Hi-Y Ad- viser. Clara Rose Faisf M.S. NorThwesTern UniversiTyg M aTl1 Honors, College AI- gebra, TrigonomeTryg Mu Alpha TheTa Acl- viser: DepT. Chair- man. BeHy BreicIensTine B.S. Elizabelhlown College: Basic MaTh, Algebra, GeorneTryg NaTional Honor So- cieTy Adviser. David Helm B.S. EasTern Illinois: Algebra, MaTh. MargareT Bronson B.S. U. of Illinois: MaTh. Ronald H. HiIT M.A. U. of Illinois Algebra, 6eomeTryI FooTball Coach. Earl Byers M.A. STanTord U.: GeomeTry, Algebra, Mafhq NaTional Honor Sociefy Adviser, Pauline Kuhlman B.A. U. of Dubuque: Algebra. GreTchen Caldwell MA. U. of Wisconsin Algebra, GeomeTry. James Nafziger M.S. Illinois Wesley- an: Algebra. G-eome Try, MaTh. Florence Chouinard B.A. BeloiT College Algebra, GeomeTry. David ScherTz M.S, Illinois Wesley an: Algebra. Geome Try. Math Department offers varied program 9 . g , Ken Lykken Miss FaisT's lecfure in Their lv1aTh Ill honors class. lisfen aTTenTively To Offering Two diTTerenT programs To GE sTudenTs, The maTh deparTmenT saTisTies The needs Tor boTh The sTudenTs who will go To college and The sTudenT who will noT. A basic or general maTh program, provided Tor Those ThaT will noT go To college, provides The sTudenT wiTh a lcnowledge ol: maThemaTics necessary Tor holding a iob. However. The sTudenT is noT limiTed To iusT The basic courses and may, if he wishes, and qualiTies, Talce addiTionaI courses in maTh. A more advanced program is provided Tor college- bounol sTudenTs. Courses in algebra, plane and solid geome- Try, TrigonorneTry, and college algebra prepare The sTu- denT Tor maTh TaughT in colleges. This program sTresses more The TheoreTical maTh and The necessary logical Think- ing. For The sTudenTs capable of accelleraTed courses, an honors program is oTTered. Through Tour years of The hon- ors classes, a sTudenT will advance Trom algebra To calculus. AnoTher program ThaT was Iimired To seniors only, was an experimenTal course which used a TexT Trom The series af TexTs ThaT The Treshmen, sophomores and iuniors used. By oTTering These Two programs, Glenbard EasT's maTh deparTmenT neglecTs neiTher The college-bound or non- college-bound buT manages To saTisTy boTh groups' needs. 6 .79 Loren C. Anderson M.S., U. of lllinois: Physical Science. Donald J. Andersen B.S., Wheafon Col- lege: Biology: Cam- pus Life Adviser: G orge R er Ass'f Baslcefball e ' Coach: Varsily Base- KO'l'yneli Charles Oxley ball Coach. B.S.M.E. l.I.T.: Physics. Physical Science: Sci- ence Phofography Club, Adviser. Chemisfry. Lee Fullmer B.S. Wesfe rn Biology. Illinois: Lenore Ashinhusl' B.A., Greenville Col lege: Physiology. Bi ologyg ARIES Advis- B.S. Easfern Illinois: -'ak Clayfon Fawkes M.S.. Universify of lllinois: Chemisfry, Chem Sfudy. A.P. Chemisfry: Radio Club Advisor. Lois Bruflag William Campbell B.A. Valpariso: Bi- M.S.. Universify of ology. Hawaii: B.S.CS Bi- G W ology: Depf. Chair- eorge . man Paslaslri , M. S. Norfhern III- Lowenslms . . :Hogs physical Sci, M. S. U. of Illinois: ence' Biology: Sd, Physical Science. ence Club. Anglers Club Adviser. G. E. Science keeps pace with world events Alfhough fhe scienfific world is consfanfly increasing in knowledge, GE's science deparfmenf is rarely leff behind. This year 'lhe science deparfmenf confinued fo offer fhree improved programs: BSCS Biology, CHEM Sfudy Chemis- fry. and PSSC Physics. Each of fhese courses incorporafes new maferial in ifs fexfs. and. due fo ifs specially con- sfrucfed formaf. achieves a comprehensive review of 'lhe field of sfudy. Recognizing fhaf nof every sludenf is scienfifically minded nor college bound. fhe deparfmenf offers fwo programs. A physical science course infroduces sfudenfs fo a gen- eral overview of 'lhe scienfific world. For fhe college-loound sfudenfs, lab subiecfs, such as physics or chemislry, provide fhe necessary insfrucfion re- quired in college. Alfhough fhe courses also give a general view of a specific field, fhe sfudenl' receives a comprehen- sive picfure of fhe subjecf. Throughoul' fhe four years al Glenbard, fhe sfudenf is given fhe mosf advanced and comprehensive insfrucfion in fhe science discipline. Franlr Kerr heals wafer fo menf. cg: W if ' ' ri xc, 535 prepare for a biology experi- 'gil gi-as Q S: John Cafes MA. Universily of lowa: Dept Chair- man: Gymnaslics Coach, Riol' Squad Adviser: Boys' lnfer- mural Direcior. Berl' Weber M.Ed. Sl. Louis U.: A+hle+ic Direc+or:Bas- lcefball 84 Baseball Coach Roger Gedney B.S. U. of lowag Var. Sliv Gymnasl-ic Coach. Ken Zimmerman B.S. U. of Illinois Foolball 8: Traclc Coach. Pe'I'e George Donald L. Gro+he Paul E. Morris R00 O'Bf'le'1 B.S. Oklahoma Slale M.Ed. U. oi lllinoisg M, Ed. U. of lllinoisg M-S' 50'-IH" Dakola U. Varsify Wresiling Fooiball and Wres- Driver's Ed. Foofball Siaie U-i Track 81 Coach. fling Coach. 81 Baseball Coach Cross Counfry Coach. Carl Hansen liffs weighfs during his P.E. class. -2' av-ff' 4 Varied program offers boys a challenge in P. E. GE boys' physical educaiion program, recognized as one of ihis area's iinesr. provides male sludenls ihe op- porfunifies of being physically ii+ and enioying an aclive sporls life. Offering such ac+ivi+ies as foolball, baslcelball, baseball, volleyball, recrealional games, gymnasiics, rumbling. ren- nis, wreslling and lraclc, sfudenis also receive a unif of classroom Driver's Ed. in 'lhe sophomore year. Boys P.E. deparimenl' chairman John Cares supervised +he four levels of acliviiies and made sure lhal' each boy received correcl' inslrucrion for lhe areas in which he is wealcesl. The deparrmenl also offers in'reres+ed siudenls an inrra- mural program, giving lhe boys who are no+ on compeii- live 'reams a chance lo experience compeiifion. The end resul+ of The cleparlmenl's program is showing looys lhar developing a healihy body is borh imporiani and possible. " 3ix' : 1 129- ., Marilyn Devaud B.S. U. of III. GAA Adviser. Joan Schmidi' B.S. Western Michi- gan: GAA Adviser. Joyce Wiclcboldi M.S. Norihern Illinois: Pep Club Adviser. Flo Grebner M.S. Norfhern Illinois: Depi. Chairman GAA Head Adviser Joyce Tavlin B.S. Hanover College: Cheerleader Adviser Q yt Jo Mancuso M.A. Colorado Siaie College GAA Ad- viser. Sunne Thomas B.S. illinois Siaieg GAA Adviser Miss Mancuso leads a iunior girls' P.E. class in a discussion of ihe effecis of narcoiics in a uni? on healih. Girls' P. E. Department emphasizes creativity Siriving io give Glenbard Easi's girls a wide background in all phases oi aihleiic aciiviiy, The Girls' Physical Educa- 'lion Deparimeni' has iniroduced iundamenials oi various sporis. Through ihe ieaching of ihese various sporis ihe girls gain knowledge of each spori and good sporismanship as well as learning how io iunciion as a ieam. Diiiereni classes are allowed +o compefe in some sporis, making ihe uniis more inieresiing. Dancing plays an imporiani' pari in Glenbard Eas'l's physical educaiion course. Folk dances are iaughi and ihe girls are given a chance io learn ihe dances oi various paris of 'ihe Uniied Siaies. Laier, +he folk dances oi oiher couniries are also iaughi' io ihe girls. Ai ihe compleiion of this uni+ ihe siudenis musi preseni' a folk dance of iheir own creaiion. Perhaps ihe mosi creaiive course offered is 'ihe unii' in modern dance in which the girls are able io ex- press ihemselves Through movemenr. On The whole ihe Girls' Physical Educaiion Deparimenr has successfully provided an excelleni physical educaiion program. 3191-w mi '- f j ' SEE:-:Li'...1.,.glj,4Q,,'Qgazfi K i 2 V My ,A-E-j i: -M'-fy Ar' "" ""ii?,..'-:-""r:f:'t::1: y 39 Jack W. Crews M.S., Easfern lllinoisg lnsfrumenfal Music, lnfermediafe, Cade? Bands. Tom Wisniewski M. Music, Norfhern lllinois, Orchesira. Donald V. Volz M. Music, American Conservafory of Mu- sic: Vocal Music, Mu- sic Major. Art and Music offer aesthetic outlet Arf and music, fwo creafive expressions of an individual's spirif, are represenfed by fwo of Glenbard's educafional deparfmenfs. These fwo deparfmenfs offer ouflefs for sfu- denfs 'lhai' desire fo express fhemselves aesfhefically. Offering a number of courses, fhe Ari Deparfmenf pro- vides for The sfudenf wifh average abilify as well as fhe fruly arfisfic sfudenf. Courses dealing wifh arf in general and specific areas, such as adverfising arf or ceramics. pro- vide inferesfed sfudenfs a varied, individual program. Glenbard Easf's music deparfmenf also offers a selec- 'rion of programs for sfudenfs seriously inferesfed in music. The chorus, recognized as one of fhe beffer choirs in fhe area, provides an acfivify for fhe singers af GE. Bofh band and orchesfra were available buf limifed +o fhose sfudenfs fhaf had played insfrumenfs before. The chorus. band and orchesfra sfrive for bofh individual and group achievemenfs. The Music Deparfmenf received supporf from fhe boosfer clubs, which are composed of adulfs. Togefher, fhe Two deparfmenfs add fo fhe culfural afmos- phere fhaf is so imporfanf. Several fimes a year, a con- cerf is presenfed by eifher fhe chorus, band, or orchesfra. and fhe Arf Deparfmenf occasionally hosfs arf displays from nearby universifies. Louis Fivaz BA., Illinois Wesleyan Universifyg Arf, Arf Hisfory. Frances Langgufh MA., Norfhern Ill.: Painfing, Adverfising Design, Aff Seminar, Ari' Workshop, Cul- fural l-lisfory: Arfis- ans Adviser. William Johnsfon M.S. Norfhern Illi- nois, Skefching, Aff. Lynn Lipke B.5., Norfhern Illinois Aff. Ron Lindsey, Lynda Evans, Mary Ann Crawford and Ray Lake lisfen ro a siory during an arf class break. Ax lf, l tudents profit from practical art courses Glenbard Easf's Driver Educafion Deparfmenf gave each sfudenf an opporfunify lo gain a working knowledge of fraffic sifuafions and laws. Each sfudenf was also given lhe opporfunify fo apply his knowledge in acfual behind- fhe-wheel experiences. Films and diagrams were provided by fhe American Aufomobile Associalion, making The 'leach- ing even more effecfive. Wifh fhis knowledge, fufure driv- ers will be safer ones. Anofher imporfanf pracfical arfs course offered af Glen- bard Easf is made possible 'rhrough fhe Business Educafion Deparfmenf. ln fhis course, sfudenfs who wish fo go info a business career, go on fo college. or iusf look for parf-fime work, are faughf secrefarial and clerical skills which fhey will need. A wide variefy of fhese courses is offered which enables fhe sfudenf fo prepare himself for a place in fhe business world. Roger G. Bernasek M.A. U. of Wisconsin: Typing, Nofehand, ln- froducfion To Busi- ness: Depf. Chair- man. Cleo W. Meiley B.S. Norfh Cenfral: College: Typing. Arlene DeMoH'e B.S. Easfern Illinois Office Pra cfice, Of- fice Machines. William T. Powell B.S. Illinois Sfafe Consumer Economics, Business Law, Typing Tennis Coach. Iona Highfower M.S. U. of Illinois: Shorfhand, Typing. William D. Sergeanf M.S. Illinois Sfafe: Bookkeeping: Varsify Golf Coach, Fooflaall Coach: Assisf.G-Club Adviser. Gary Marrens B.A. Sfafe College of Iowa: Refailing, ln- 'lroducfion fo Business, Typing: YFC Adviser. Elizabefh Wenc B.S. Norfhern Illinois: Shorfhand, Typing, Nofehand. Roberf Kies B.S. Soufhern Illinois: Physical Educafion, Driver's Ed.: Gymnasi- ics Coach. Jim Lovin lvl.S. Soufhern Illi- nois: Driver's Ed.:Var- sify Foofball head Coach, Track Coach. Harry D. Ryan M.A. Norfhwesfern Universifyl DFIVEFIS Ecl.: Depf. Chairman. Dave Truesdale, Dick Jessen, and Ken Zimmer enioy a brief respife from fyp ing class during summer school. Mario Capecci B.S. Norfhern Illinois: Mefals, Aufo Essen- fials. Thomas Heggen M.A. Colorado Sfafe College: Woods. Me- chanical Drawing. Roberf Marlow B.S. lllinois Sfafe: Aufo Essenfials, Elec- fricify. Mechanics: Aufo Tech Club Ad- viser. George Dekan B.5. Nofhern lllinois: Basic Elecfricify, Elec- fronics: Varsify Cross Counfry Coach. Edward Lislca M.5. Norfhern illinois: Mechanical Drawing. Woods, Mefal Work- ing. Rudy Sasko B.S. Norfhern Illinois: Archifecfural, Machine Drawing: Depf. Chair- man. The indusfrial arfs program af Glenbard East offers sfudenfs a broad field of subiecfs +o choose from, allow- ing sfudenfs a wider and more liberal educafion. Any sfu- denf, wifh fhe help of Mr. Sasko, deparfmeni' chairman. may plan a program fhaf will fulfill fhe requiremenfs of la frade. Mefalworking. woodworking, mechanical drawing, aufo essenfials, mechanics, and archifecfural and machine drawing are offered. each giving a sfudenf fhe desirable background for a frade lafer in life. For sfudenfs wishing fo furfher fheir indusfrial educafion. exfracurricular acfivifies are available fhaf familiarize The sfudenfs with possible careers affer their graduafion. The indusfrial arfs program also offers fo fhe college-bound sfudenf a pracfical knowledge of such fields as aufo me- chanics or engineering. Making available such exfensive courses in The indusfrial arfs program is a solution fo a fwofold problem. lf offers sfudenfs, who are not going on fo college. fhe opporfunify fo learn a frade before graduafion and enfer fhaf frade as a skilled laborer. lf also offers college-bound sfudenfs a basic knowledge of indusfrial fields and serves as an in- froducfion fo lafer sfudies. Industrial Arts offers liberal education Mr. Delran aids Bob Coughlin in an elecfric shop proiecf. Glenbard EasT sTudenTs were enabled To learn home-- making and culinary skills by Taking The courses offered by GE's Home Economics DeparTmenT. Three courses, CloTh- ing, Food and NuTriTion, and l-lorne lvlanagemenT provide sTudenTs a praciical knowledge. ln The CloThing course, The girls learn The basic Tech- niques in sewing. STarTing wiTh simpler designs, The girls soon develop The abiliTy To creaTe Their own designs. Dur- ing The year, a Tashion show is given in which The cloThes ThaT The girls have made are displayed. ln The Food and NuTriTion course The sTudenTs are TaughT To prepare a varieTy of 'foods using various rneihods. They also learn The nuTriTious values and imporTance of difTerenT Toods and of a balanced meal. ln The Home lvlanagemenT course The girls learn The basic essenTials needed in decoraTing and managing a home, as well as a general background oT personal adiusT- rnenT. All oT These courses play an imporTanT parT in preparing These girls Tor Their responsibiliTies as homemakers. Gladys Davis MargueriTe P. Aull M.S., New York Uni- versiTyg Home Man- agement Depf. Chair- man. RuTh Scholfielcl B.S., U. of III.: CloTl'1- B.S., Universiiy of Alabama: Foods. Barbara LivingsTon B.S., U. of Illinois, CloThing. ng. Girls learn basic Home Economic MarTha Hokanson B.S., Purdue Univer siTyg Foods, CloThing Lois Williams B.S., WesTern Michi gan UniversiTy: CloTh ing, Texfile Science. skills Joanne Johaske works on The sleeve of her cloThing proiecT in The new cloThing room. qeugi T u i i ,.., ii . I ., ,..,. . F... . K 7 L., -""""',4 e as 1 'Q 2. 3, 'lf' '73-'7 f Q l'larrie'l' Bail' Guidance Area June Campbell Dean's Area Ru+h Cruse Boolc Sfore Supervisor Virginia Keleher Guidance Area Gwen Marshall Affendance Office Mrs. Kelleher, regisfrar af G.E., confers wifh senior l-lew Hopkins abou? Office staff helps keep school running smoothly Helping fhe adminisfrafors in fhe paperwork and small jobs, fhe office help and secrefaries lcepf fhe school's af fairs running as smoofhly as a new Cadillac. Keeping fraclc of sfudenfs' affendance, fhe affendance of- fice processed and reviewed fhe various excuses wifh fhe co-operafion of fhe deans. Each day absenfee lisfs were compiled and disfribufed, admiffance passes were wriffen and an overall lisf of absences was made up. The counselor's secrefaries performed fhree major faslcs Sfudenfs were senf conference slips, and a smoofh influx of sfudenfs was mainfained. College applicafions and high school franscripfs were processed. The lasf dufy was fo main- fain a consfanf file for each sfudenf's schedule and grades Funcfioning as recepfionisfs and general help, fhe main office's secrefaries direcfed sfudenfs and visifors fo ap- propriafe deparfmenfs as well as oversaw fhe financial af- fairs of fhe school's organizafions and deparfmenfs. Togefher, fhe secrefaries allowed GE's sfudenfs and adminisfrafors fo enjoy an efficienfly run school. his plans for r.. Qflllfi' A JQTQEQ' lQ'Y5.rEE W w.,..1 5545. li mfg-.lfg if-ff ',,f, . mm,k w S- . iv -FY-f Mrs. Marshall performs one of her daily dufies working in flie affendence of- fice. l.,r. ir s 4t k l.ll. . .rri.l sq K v, qi, We. 1 cs: an 0 'Q Sfudy Hall supervisors are: Mrs. Bass, Mrs. Hoyf, and Mrs. Kellen. Helen McComb Bernice Nixon Karren Rossow Vera Ryneargon Lillian Scofl' Main Office Main Office Secy. fo fhe Princi- Ayfendance Qffice Guidance Area pal ' s 1 2 gtqusgtqwrfr' - , ?3 E 5 x t 4. gang gay? 4-"fi , x 'JW H,i,f4g K Q12 ',,-fyjlff 5 Pi 1 1 3 ' , ,,k,f 1 '1 , ,Y 5 we ,W,ijk,,s: u wa- J LW , .wi . ,- .1 mfs-.. 6-5, ' r-mf: Q nh ,,' Q :Jn I v .g W: in 5 f. W .,54.,? QM , S V. ,Q V 'N ar---' ggi if I Q, . ,E fa , 'ra -141 ' w.w31,: ' A- 5,v51q1 A, m .- If -' w , .L if -b A af i 45 1 - 5, : i ,Q W 4, m,-,,w, JW- - , W ,rv vm sf F ""' f, rw M i ,L ,A Jeff Sfephenson, of 'lhe ARIES business slafi, counis oul change for a cuslomer al 'lime concession sland during a home loolball game. Execulive Edilor . .. Business Manager .. Copy Edilor . .. Sporls Edilor ....., Organizalions Edilor Sclwool Life Eclilor Facully Edilor ..... Senior Edilor .. Junior Edilor ..., Sophomore Ediior Freshman Edilor Ari Edilor .... lnclex Edilor Piclure Edilor ...., Aries S'l'af'F Head Plnolograplwer ..., Head Typisl ..,..,.. Subscriplion Manager Adverlising Manager . Sandy Killelea .. Mary Oel1ler . . . . Rick Mons ,. Bill Wallace Plwylis Cl1aclwell .. . Barb Ward . Sandy Cl'1urcl'1 . . . Ann Govan Mary McDaniel Deo Miller Lynn Miller Lynn Coyle Nancy Mallwer . Janice Tlwiele .... Dick Smillw Linda Sl. Jolnn .... Judy Larrn Jeff Slephenson Adviser ..,........ .... M iss Lenore Aslwinliusl Fronl' row: Barb Ward. Lynn Miller, Rick Mons. Bill Wallace, Janice Thiele, Jelf Slephenson. Back row: Judy Larm, Nancy Malluer, Linda Slnuberl, Ann Govan. Deo Miller, Plnylis Clwadwell, Sandy Cl1urcl'1. Mary McDaniel. 5. d., -rw 1 This year, ARIES enlarged iTs book To The 9 x l2 collegiaTe size. The increase in size was due To The higher sTudenT enrollmenT and an aTTempT To improve layouT. The execuTive sTaTT, composed oT Sandy Killelea and Mary Oehler, direcTed The acTiviTies underTaken. ExecuTive EdiTor, Sandy Killelea supervised The ediTorial sTaTT. Mary Oehler, business manager, headed The business sTaTT. Miss AshinhusT was TaculTy adviser. The ediTorial sTaTT was TurTher divided inTo smaller sTaTTs. each specializing in one secTion or phase of The yearbook. SecTion ediTors selecTed various phoTographs which repre- senTed a Tull scope of sTudenT acTiviTies and school. Club phoTos, individual underclassmen phoTos and senior picTures were Taken and organized. The copy sTaTT wroTe arTicles on all school organizaTions and acTiviTies. The end resulT was a Tull reporT on The school-year l965-66. The business sTaTT was responsible Tor The paymenT oT The ARIES producTion cosTs. The sTaTT raised This money Through selling subscripTions and adverTisemenTs Tor The yearbook. The sTaTT also raised money by running The con- cession sTand aT home TooTball games and by holding a BaskeTball social. AIRES execuTive sfaff is: ExecuTive Edifor, Sandy Killelea, and Business Manager, Mary Oehler. Aries changes to Colle e format Row I: Bonnie Whife, Linda Kerr, PaT McDonald, Marianne Mcl-Tale, Terri HaTcher, Mary Gardner, KaThy STephenson, Barb Bullard. Row 2: Davis, Nancy Goble, Linda Weber. Shirley FriTz. Judy PeTerson, Evelyn son. Joanne ThornTon, Sue May, Sandy Ziegler, Pam May, Ellen Bauer, Ubaldi, Pam Glynn, Carla Trimarco, Row 4: Judy MiTchell. Mary Lynn Linda Mueller, RuTh WrighT, Jane Kellan, Sue Friedrick, Jackie Boyd. BoldT, Ron Guzlas. Phyllis Jakoubek, KaThy Rardin, Diane BuTTles, Mary ThornTon, Sue Gonzales, Chris Vooman, Barb Olsen, Carol Vlier, Linda Kincaid, Dick SmiTh, Chris l3ernoTh, Dave Robinson, Barb Waller, Karen Seegers, Row 3: Judy William- Jan Mcfxndless, Karen SmiTh, Chris Johanssen, Marcia WiperT, Maureen Munizza, JeaneTTe Weigand, Bonnie Hayes, Linda Radvillas. Don Pawley. John Reiger, Pam Yack, Diane Parrish, Row 5: Jane Miller, ArT Malm, Rob Ediior-in-Chief, Jim Gosh: Business Manage, R'k M . d igiglygllng EdiTor. Judy King make up The exe'cuTiiEe sTa?TnsoT The The ECHO ediToriaI sTaTT wroTe and ediTed over 200.000 words This pasT year. Issued TourTeen Times a year, ECHO made every aTTempT To give iTs readers The Tull scope oT school, sTudenT. organizaTionaI, and sporTs news in each ediTion. The page ediTors and Their assisTanTs. headed by Judy King, ediTed and rewroTe all arTicIes submiTTed by reporTers. ATTer shaping The sTories To good iournaIisTic sTyIes, They senT The copy To The prinTer. AT The IasT deadline, The copy was pasTed TogeTher and senT To The prinTer Tor The Iasf Time. Two days IaTer, G.E. sTudenTs received The issue oT ECHO. The business sTaTT, supervised by Rick Mons. disTribuTed 'The ECHO. In addiTion To disTribuTing The paper, The business sTaTT sold adverTisemenTs and subscripTions, boTh oT which helped Tinance The paper. The business sTaTT also sponsored oTher money-making acTiviTies as brownie sales. picTure sales, and baskeTbaII socials. AT The beginning oT The year MarTy Blomme. Jim C5oeTz. Alice Iden. Judy King, Rick Mons, and Barb Ward aTTended The Illinois STaTe High School PubIicaTions AssociaTion Con- venTion aT The UniversiTy of Illinois in Urbana. ATTer Two days oT aTTending programs designed To provide pubIicaTions wiTh heIpTuI suggesTions, The group came back To Lombard wiTh many ideas. BoTh business and ediToriaI sTaTTs were direcTed by Jim 6oeTz. ExecuTive EdiTor. Mrs. Fleming was TacuITy ediToriaI adviser and Mr. IvIiTcheII was TacuITy business adviser. Echo gives readers full news scope FronT row: MarTy Blomme, Pal- Fuller, Fred Nuesser, Barb Ward. Back row: Marcia Brink. Sarah Huffman, Joy Nyman. Alice Iden, MarTy SmiTh, Suzy Beavers, Karen Seegers, Ginger Sepanski, 'xs 'K Echo Sfaff Edilor-in-Chief ..., ............ . . . Jim Goelz Managing Eclifor . . . .. . Judy King Firsf Page ...... ..... A lice lden Assislanf . . . . . Donna Wallace Second Page .. .......... Marly Blomme Third Page .. .. Suzy Beavers, Joy Nyman Fourlh Page .... .......... M ar'ry Smilh Business Manager .... Rick Mons Slaff Ariisi' ..... .......... K aren Seegers Typisls ............... .... C alhy Blake, Rose Leveille Adverfising Solicilaiion ..........,..... Ginger Sepanski Design Deparlmenr Chairman ............ Barb Ward Circulalion Managers ........ Marcia Brink. Fred Nuesser Pholographers .... ..... S leve Spoden Edilorial Advisor . . . . . Mrs. J. E. Fleming Business Advisor . . . . . . Mr. Ted Milchell Marfy Smiih, Barb Ward, Marly Blomme, lbaclcgroundl Joy Ny- man, and Judy King sland in iron? of one of fhe ECHO'S numerous money-making proiecis. Row I: Lee S+. Denis, Bonnie Bridnik, Bonnie Grunclie, Donna Hagan, Gloria Newman. John Roegnef. Cafhy BYSFS. Barb Bullard. Row 2: Mary Thornlon, Donna Donal, Pam Messenger, Laurie Willer, Sue Hughes, Judy Carabria, Mary, Gaddis, Nancy Clarlc, Row 3: Rosemary Leveille, JoAnn Fairman, Laurie Virgin, Linda Knofh, Alec Schrader, Sue Solfa, Peggy King, Melissa Prifcheff, Bob Arenberg. D- The execuiive sfaff of 'lhe RAMBLINGS was: Joanne Fairman, Jack Thompson, Execulive edilorg and Lee S+.Dennis. Ari' edilor. Business edilorq Claudia Collins, Liferary edifor: Ramblmgs publlshes Claudia Collins worlrs lafe affer school on a deadline for Ramblings. llterary magazme Ramblings, The school lilerary magazine. published one issue 'lhis year. This issue was filled wi+h arf, arficles. essays. poelry, and shorl' slories, confribufed by +he sluclenls of Glenbard Fasl. Each conlribulion was evalualed for publica- lion by l'he seclion edilor, 'lhe execulive edilor and ihe facully adviser, Mr. Hayden. The magazine's main obiecfive was +o give The sludenfs an opporlunily lo wrile and publish crea+ive m'al'erial. Many English and arf leachers sponsored and encouraged slu- den'rs lo submil malerial lo Ramblings. Afler reviewing and approving maferial, fhe edilorial siaff shaped lhe 'Form +he magazine was lo lake. The business slafli planned and sponsored several money making evenls such as brownie sales and a social. For The firsl Time, +he aclivily liclcef covered 'rhe magazine yel salesmen sfill scurried about selling addilional copies lo lhe sludenls who did noi have aclivily liclcels. Jack Thompson was execulive edilor of lhe I965-66 Ramblings. His slaff consis+ed of +wo seclion edilorsz Lee S+.Dennis, Ari' edilor. and Claudia Collinsi Liferary edifor. Joanne Fairman was Business edi'l'or. Solving exfra-curricular school problems was only one of +he many funcrions of ln'rer-Club. H' co-ordinaled The aciivilies of various organizaiions, assigned non-confliciing daies 'For general club meelings. and prearranged all selling dales. ln+er-Club consisied of a represenfaiive and an alfernaire from nineleen clubs. The represenlarive reporlecl The deci- sions of Inier-Club +0 his original club whefher a service club such as Glen-Teens, Tri-S-Teens, Fu'rure Teachers of America, or Caduceus, an academic club such as Spanish Club, French Club, or Science Club, or an honorary organi- zalion such as Mu Alpha Thela, G-Club, or Ariisans. Ofher clubs such as Anglers Club, Aufo-Tech Club, and Radio Clubs, formed primarily for leisure lime, also sem' repre- senfalives. Possibly one of +he hardesf iobs Thar lnler-Club had was selling up The yearly S'ruden'r Council school calendar which had fo include all dramalic, musical, and social evenis spon- sored by Glenbard Easl organizafions. S+uden+s who wished lo form a new club a+ Glenbard Easl had +0 have The specific permission of lnler-Club, along wi+h The sponsorship of a iacully member. The officers were: Marlc Van Clay, president Glenda Klein, vice-president and Paulelfe Fleshman, secrefary. Facully sponsor was Mrs. Ruisard. Nancy Mafher discusses plans for Infer-club wifh Mrs. Ruisard. faculfy adviser Inter-club coordinates school events Row l: Pauleife Fleishman, Ellen Goulclsberry, Sue Whifmore, Glenda Klein. Row 2: Nancy Maiher. Daryl Byers, Diane Moeller. Suzy Marasa, Doroihy Swank. Row 3: Joy Nyman, Bonnie Hayes, George Biele, Alec Schraeder. Mark Van Clay, Paul Tews. Siudenf Council officers are: Dave Carroll, presidenfg Barb Anderson, secreiary: Linda Burf. vice- presidenfg Darrell Risi. freasurer. - Sue Hughes, Jeaneife Weigand, Gayle Cunningham, and lneke Van Kessel, G.E.'s foreign wailing for 'rhe sludenf council fo be called fo order. exchange sfudeni char while STudenT Council aT Glenbard EasT played a role oT respon- sibiliTy and imporTance in all school aTTairs. Each class elecTed school represenTaTives To acT upon The wishes and desires of The parTicular class and To inform The class whaT measures STudenT Council Took acTion on. Among iTs acTiviTies STudenT Council sponsored Home- coming, The ChrisTmas PosT OTTice. and A.F.S. week. OTher money making proiecTs were school evenT calendars and sweaT shirT sales. This year's Homecoming Theme was "Ram Round-Up." The Friday nighT acTiviTies were highlighTed by a "Tug-o- War" wiTh The Frosh-Soph Team againsT The upperclassmen. The evening was climaxed wiTh a sock hop. This year's ChrisTmas PosT OTTice was anoTher imporTanT projecT. "SanTa Clause" visiTed each secTion To disTribuTe The ChrisTmas carcls senT Tor a slighT charge To sTudenTs Tor Their friends. STudenT Council members sponsored A.F.S. week To make money Tor nexT year's Toreign exchange sTudenT. lneke Van Kessel. aT a special A.F.S. convo held in The spring, gave a speech aboui' her life and counTry. STudenT Council primarily operaTed To govern The sTudenT body, and To luring abouT changes benevolenT To all. The Council was led by PresidenT, Dave Carrol: Vice-President Linda BurT: SecreTary. Barb Anderson: and Treasurer, Darrell RisT. Dave Carroll, presidenf of STudenT Council, presenTs prizes for The Three award winning Homecoming TloaTs aT The aTTernoon Homecoming Toofball game. G.E. Council governs student affairs Row I: PaTTi Van Dreser, Ginny GodTrey, Mike Scalzo, Marcia WiperT, MarTy Olsen. Sue WhiTmore. Row 2: CaThy Carson. Lynn Lavin. JeaneTTe Weigand, KaThy Repcynski. Dave Gunn, lneke Van Kessel. Gayle Cunningham. Row 3: Neil Hoglund. George Biehl. Tom Gambino, Bill Yomans, Chuck SweTT. Bob Heller, Sue Hughes. 'A - . --.1 . I Ak Cheryl Olson happily releases helium-filled balloons aTTer a Ram Touchdown aT The Homecoming TooTball game. Pep Club, one oT Glenbard EasT's mosT popular organi- zaTions, gives The sTudenT body The opporTuniTy To direcTly supporT Their aThleTic Teams. During The year Pep Club was responsible Tor sTudenT TransporTaTion To TooTball and baslceTball games away Trom home and pep secTions aT boTh home and away games. Pep Club's TirsT social TuncTion oT The year was The Turn-abouT "Kick-OTT" dance, celebraTing The TirsT TooTball game oT The season. Pep Club helped organize Homecoming acTiviTies wiTh a rousing pep rally before classes To esTablish The high spiriTed aTmosphere necessary Tor vicTory. Pep Club sponsored The release of helium-filled balloons aTTer each varsiTy Touch- down. and sold mums aT The game. Pep Club also won TirsT place wiTh Their Homecoming TloaT enTiTled "Leyden's LasT STand." Pep Club sponsored various proiecTs To promoTe school spiriT, such as red, whiTe and black days. The selling of Ram BuTTons. Pep Week. and The annual Spring Tea, where The nexT year's oTTicers were announced. The Club TuncTioned smooThly under The capable leader- ship oT PresidenT. Lynda WiTT: Vice-President Linda Soder- sTrom: SecreTary. Rose Bellockg and Treasurer, Pam Glynn: wiTh The guidance and aid oT Miss WiclcboldT and The resT of The council. Pep Club encourages school loyalty Row I: Pam Glynn, Lynda WiTT, Sue Marasa, Sandy Church. Debbie BurT. Row 2: Linda SodersTrom. MargareT SchmidT, Twilla HuTchingson. Jean Weisharr. Rose Bellock. Row 3: Cheryl Olson. Karen Erickson. Fl! G-Club promotes excellence in competition F-.. 7 'iii x , 'Q i A To become a member oi +he Glenbard Easl l.ei+erman's Club, a sludenl mus'l' have achieved alhleiic excellence in a pariicular field of varsiiy compeiiiion, represenling Glen! bard Easi. Coach Weber, club adviser, said, "The primary goal of G-Club is 'lo esfablish lhe repulalion for +he spirif of excellence ai' Glenbard Easl' lhrough +he le++ermen. Their example, boih on and off ihe field. is meanl' 'ro 'lypify 1'he besi' a'r Glenbard Eas'r." This year, G-Club raised The necessary expenses needed +o supporl ihe club, 'rhrough +he selling of popcorn and 'Through The prinling and selling of iooiloall programs al all four home games. The annual le+'rermen's ouiing and social were highlighlrs of 'rhe '66 year. In addilion +o lhese acfiviiies, The leliermen did all 'rhe ushering ai aihlelic aciivilies. Anoiher of The leHermen's proiecis was The Hall of Fame, a showcase where piciures of all slale compelilors are kept G-Club officers are: Fronf row: Dave Gunn, vice-presidenl: Mike Hem- merich, Sergeanf-af-Arms: Back row: George Vanicek, presidenh Dave Truesdell, Secrefary-freasurer. Row I: Bruce Bachlecla, Ray Repp, Ray Carnahan, Ross Bauer, Dave Neil Falconer, Darrell Logan: Row 3: Jeff Keri, Tom Voskuil, Rick Truesdell, Dave Gunn, Bob Gardner, Paul Rauskin, Mike Scalzo, Ron Schneider, Hugh Hopkins, Rick Chana, Tom West John Neilzke, Bowdish. Row 2: Mike Hemmerich, George Vanicek, Bruce Kmoch, Ray Novak,Jack Thompson, Don Wenlzlaff. John Engman, Dick G-erlach, Jim Goelz. Bob Moll. Ron Degnan. l 1 I r I 1 Glen Teens: Fronl row: Rosemary Leveille. Judy Mifchell, Pam May. Debbie Newfon. Back row: Peg Redig, Sue Gerhardf, Jane O'Meara. Linda Mueller. June Harris. Laurie Polka. Debbie Johnson. Glen-Teens donate many service hours Sue Gerhardl, June Harris, and Linda Girardi 'rhoughifully Iisien as Peg Redig gives a repori' af a Glen-Teens planning meeling. Combining service +o lhe communily and parriciparion in school life, Glen-Teens creaied an effecrive service club a'r Glenbard Easi. This pasi year Glen-Teens allained many of ils high goals. Their firsi' drive provided food. cloihes. and a iurlcey for a needy family during 'lhe Thanksgiving holidays. They also sponsored +he Sadie l-lawlcins +urn-aboui' in November, which builr up fhe scholarship fund. The money was awarded a+ rhe end of +he year fo a deserving senior Glen-Teens member. Glen-Teens opened Easi"s Yuleiide season wiih The annual Candle Lighr Service, feaiuring a choral reading, musical pieces by ihe orchesfra, and an invoca+ion by one of Lom- bard's minisiers. ln February. 'lhe club organized rheir Semi-Formal dance. This was one of rhe big dances of +he year. ln The Spring. The lasi' evenr was a Moiher-Daughfer Ban- quet where rhe member's moihers goi acquainled and fhe girls me+ for +he lasl lime before +he school year ended. ln addilion io 'lhese special evenls, 'Phe club made money by holding brownie sales. They also suggesied and performed many service proiecis. These many aciiviiies filled Glen-Teens' program and saiisfied 'rhe sfudenfs inieresied in 'I'he acrivifies of 'rhis club. Tri-S-Teens is a girls' service organizaTion aT Glenbard EasT. lT has been in exisTence Tor Two years under This name: previously The name of iT was Junior Red Cross. The council members changed The name because They soughT To expand The Types and areas of service proiecTs iT performed. Tri-S-Teens held various Tund raising evenTs in order To pay Tor The service proiecTs. AT The Homecoming TooTball game, They sold red. black, and whiTe shakers. 'promoTing school spiriT and aT ChrisTmas Time, Tri-S-Teens sold Candy Canes preceding vacaTion. Various acTiviTies They parTicipaTed in were highlighTed loy Their Tilling oT ChrisTmas sToclcings Tor siclc children aT ElmhursT l'lospiTal. They also sang ChrisTmas carols Through- ouT wards, increasing The ChrisTmas spiriT in The hospiTal. AT each monThly meeTing, Tri-S-Teens eiTher made useful arTicles, sewed. or heard a guesT speaker such as lnelce Van Kessel, EasT's Toreign exchange sTudenT. or a represenTaTive 'From PaTricia STevens. As parT oT Their service proiecTs. They visiTed old people's homes. orphanages, and lower income disTricTs To Try To help The people There. Lin Norfon purchases a school shaker from Tri-S-Teens member Glenda Klein aT The Homecoming TooTball game. Tri-S Teens expands services Row I: Mary McDaniel. Louise FiTzsimmons. Glenda Klein. Chris Davis, Sharon Schroeder. Row 2: KaThy Rardin, Shirley FriTz, Alice lden. Judy HagsTrom. ArleTTe Gorychlca. Sandy Falls. Sue Selva. Mary ThornTon. I I ' I . 1 --......,! - Glenbard EasT's dramaTics club, Thespians is an honorary organizaTion which is aTTiliaTed wiTh The NaTional Thespian SocieTy. GE's Troupe. No. 2489 began in The spring oT I964 wiTh a desire To raise The qualiTy oT dramaTics aT Glenbard EasT. and To increase The appreciaTion oT The TheaTer. Thespians meT Twice a monTh, The TirsT meeTing oT The monTh devoTed To The business oT The club only. The second meeTing presenTed a specially planned program. A Shake- sperian acTor and a college drama professor came Trom nearby colleges To speak To Thespian members. A Tew mem- bers oT The school's dramaTic deparTmenT demonsTraTed some scenes Trom The TheaTer oT The absurd. Besides The monThly meeTings. Thespian commiTTees planned oTher acTiviTies. OTTen Thespian members and dra- maTics class sTudenTs aTTended plays in and around The Chicago area. Their biggesT proiecT oT The year was raising money To aTTend The NaTional Thespian ConvenTion aT PorTland, Ore- gon aT The end oT school. They sponsored The musical. a sock-hop. and a ChrisTmas Tund-raising sale. Bob AselTine headed The execuTive board which direcTed Sieve Spoden goes over 'asf mlnuie deialls for The P'aY "The The acTiviTies oT Thespians. Bob PenningTon was vice-presi- denT. Sue Foley was secreTary. CynThia FuTTerer was Treasurer, and Linda Larson was The scribe. Th 0 STudenTs gained admission inTo Thespians by working a hundred hours in Two diTTerenT areas of dramaTic producTions. and by demonsTraTing a sincere inTeresT in The TheaTer. ' ' The Tacul adviser. Mrs. Me er. inviTed Those qualified sTudenTs Tb! become members ZT The organizaTion. AT The Thespian banqueTs in December. and in June. The club held formal inducTion ceremonies Tor new members. Man Who Came To Dinner." FronTY: Karen Kegerris, Jane Morrison. Sue Foley. Middle: Sue Towers, Karen Johnson.-Ellen MarTin. CynThia FuTTerer. Bob PenningTon. Bob AselTine. Karl Schull. Back: Don Russell, Jim Gieseker. Dan Faulkner, Val Vynn. Linda Gerardi, Linda Larson, Rob Lindley. Row I: Denise Domke, Sandy Swenson, Nancy Clark, Debbie Anderson, Newkirk, Karen Seegers, Karen Kegerris. Row 3: Claudia Collins. Mimi Karen Fisher, Karen Kwitz, Eileen St. Dennis. Row 2: Debbie Reminger, Vyn, Mark VanClay, Ray Lake, Jett Stephenson, Lynn Coyle, Bob Sue Kuhn, Ken Amundson, Frank DeMuro, Carla Rosenthal, Bonnie Arenberg,Joyce Fleischauer. Artisans ably demonstrate talent Artisans is an honorary service organization whose mem- bers have contributed to Glenbard East in the tield ot art. Individually, club members made posters, worked on scenery tor dramatic productions. and participated on various deco- ration committees as well as on the staffs ot other organiza- tions. Artisans provided recognition for many people who spent considerable time and much ettort toward pertection ot school projects. During the year, Artisans participated in many activities. They began the year with a trantic ettort to build a float tor Homecoming, which they managed to complete Friday night. For several years, their money-making proiect involved the selling ot G. E. pins, which they molded and painted. The biggest proiect ot the year was the traditional Christmas' time decoration ot the huge window over the lower main entrance ot the school. Many townspeople and students saw and appreciated this display, making the ettort and time involved well spent. Besides several tield trips taken throughout the year, the club had a picnic in the spring to welcome new members. who were accepted only atter they had shown they were willing workers. The otticers tor the I965-66 school year were: President, Mark Van Clay: Vice-President-Treasurer, Debbie Rominger: and Secretary, Debbie Anderson. Mark Van Clay, Debbie Reminger and B over a proiect planned by Artisans. onnie ,K .K Newkirk ponder its S F ,, ,' if . I9 of if , if K rf xiii Mu Alpha Thefa officers: Fronf row: Bruce Thompson. Linda Shuberf. Marcia Brink: Back row: Dan Boffoms. Ross Bauer. Mu Alpha Theta recognizes math students Paul Luczalr, Tom Toff, and Shirley Frifz laugh af fhe perplexify of a problem during a meefing of Mu Alpha Thefa. Mu Alpha Thefa, Glenbard Easf's honorary mafh club. is a chapfer of fhe Nafional High School and Junior College Mafhemafics Ciub. Mu Alpha Thefa recognizes sfudenfs who are accomplished in mafh. Prospecfive members of fhe club musf mainfain a "B" average in all subiecfs and be enrolled in Algebra ll or a subsequenf mafh course. Making membership of Mafh Club is quife an honor. Wifh sevenfy-six members Mu Alpha Thefa is one of +he larger of Glenbard Easf's clubs. Wifh a common inferesf in mafh Mu Alpha Thefa members have an opporfunify fo meef and discuss fields of mafhe- mafics nof usually faken up in high school. This pasf year Vice-Presidenf Dan Boffoms planned and arranged for guesf speakers for fhe monfhly meefings. Mafh Club members also delved more deeply info fhe subiecfs and ideas nof discussed in regular class sessions, such as fopology, mafhemafical puzzles and probabiiify. Ciimaxing fhe year was fhe annual Mafh Club picnic. Mu Alpha Thefa officers wifh fhe help of 'lhe sponsor, Miss Faisf, kepf fhe club funcfioning. The officers were: Bruce Thompson, presidenfg Dan Boffoms, firsf vice-presidenf: Marcia Brink, second vice-presidenf: Linda Shuberf, secre- fary: and Ross Bauer, freasurer. One OT The highesf honors ThaT high school sTudenTs can receive is membership in The NaTional Honor SocieTy. STu- denTs were selecTed Tor membership in This organizaTion because They had made unusual conTribuTions in Tour general areas: scholarship, leadership, service, and characTer. They were chosen only aTTer exTensive screening and consideraTion oT Their pasT records. To reTain membership, sTudenTs had To mainTain Their high scholasTic average as well as ouTsTanding parTicipaTion in school and communiTy aTTairs. ForTy-Tour juniors and seniors were inducTed inTo The Glenbard EasT ChapTer of The NaTional Honor SocieTy in May, I965. This was The largesT group of new members Glenbard EasT ever had. This reTlecTed Tavorably on The sTudenT body since so many sTudenTs qualified. The impressive inducTion ceremony oT The Honor SocieTy, held in The spring, has become a TradiTion aT Glenbard EasT. The ceremony consisTed oT lighTing Tour candles ThaT repre- senTed scholarship, leadership, service, and characTer. As The candles were liT. The oTTicers of The previous year gave shorT speeches which explained The signiTicance oT The Tour qualiTies. New members Then liT Their own candles, which symbolized The eTernal lighT of knowledge, and pledged To conTinue Their perTormance. Following The ceremony, a meeTing was held under The supervision oT The club sponsor, Mr. Beyers, To elecT new oTTicers. Those Chosen Tor The i965-66 school year were: Dan BoTToms. presidenTg Dave Truesdell, vice-presidenTI Darrell RisT, Treasurer: and Lynn OsTrowslci, secreTary. Bruce Thompson, NaTional Honor SocieTy member. leads a Mu Alpha TheTa meeTing. Honor society inducts largest group Row I: Glenda Klein, Claire Lindblom, Lynn OsTrowski, Debbie Rominger, Jim Moore, Gwen Van Allen, Louise FiTzsimmons Row 2: Sue Kamph. Janice Boclcelmann, Cafhy Blake, Donna Ness. Judy King, Lois PoinTkowslci, Sarah HuTTman, Linda Weber. Row 3: Dean SveTlil:, Dave Truesdell, Daryl Logan, Bruce Thompson, Bob PeTerson, Bill Trojan, Mark Van Clay, Dan BoTToms. Karl Will. - T Row I: Sieve Sfock, Bob Arenberg. Dick Ballinger. Kevin Acker, Randles. Wayne Fisher, Ross Bauer. Cliff Nolan. Row 3: Don Barnef George Gibson, Paul Lewis, Paul Tews. Clyde Harps. Row 2: Chuck Tom Voskuil. Lance Yocher. Rick Schnider, John Lillig, Dom Pulice. Jeff Tapp, Rick McAndless. George Scharf, Dick Lafgren, Al Schraeder, Jack Barfels, Don Wenfzlaff, Dave Perso. Hi-Y promotes good sportsmanship Hi-Y member Mike Schroeder prepares fo shoof pracfice sef shof before a club game. Hi-Y is an organizafion which offers, evenings of sporfs and oufings fo ifs members. During fhe l965-66 year Hi-Y had fwo maior money raising projecfs. Members sold cokes af all of fhe home baskefball games and in fhe spring of fhe year fhey washed and polished cars. Perf of fhe money raised from fhese proiecfs was confribufed fo fhe YMCA in Glen Ellyn. Membership in fhe YMCA gave fhe club fhe use of ifs gym facilifies and swimming pool. This year 'rhe Hi-Y sponsored a fobogganing nighf and several camp oufs in fhe spring for ifs members. Hi-Y mef every ofher Thursday evening af seven fhirfy. The meefings offen included movies. discussions and plans for oufings. On Gym Nighfs members eifher played againsl' each ofher in baskefball and ofher games, or wenf swimming. The faculfy advisers. Mr. Hedrick and Mr. Bass, helped promofe fhe good sporfsmanship desired by all of 'rhe Hi-Y's members. The club is affiliafed wifh fhe YMCA. The presidenf, Don Barnef: secrefary, Jeff Barfels: freasurer, Cliff Nolan: ser- geanf af arms. Sfeve Sfockg and chaplain. Dick Lofgren. ----..., --..., -5.,,hS.-W As, , 5 X l V.. .., V-.- , ' is'-X ,Q si e ffl - si li ""r"-T-emo 3... ,.,, i,sTgl!?lll'lifs...ffW.fi.i fe-so i f .,4 ,X,J WIQSE- ITI. -l... HI1 Fronf: Gary Opfer. Cenier: Jim Posflewaile, Dave Vail, Carol Benson, Cafhy Carlson, Baclr: Bruce Krumeich. Campus Life attends monthly rallies Campus Life, formerly Youih for Chrisi. has compleied iis second year al Glenbard Easi. Campus Life was counseled by Whealon College and is aifiliaied wi+h ihe Naiional Youih 'for Chrisi organizaiion. Once a monlh The members aiiended rallies a+ various schools in 'rhe area ihai also sponsored a Campus Life Club. Two of lhe highlighis of +he year were ihe Hooienanny and Fun Nighi sponsored by Campus Life. The l-looienanny was held ai' Nor+h Side Park in Wheaion and ieaiured lhe music of Sonny Fleming. Fun Nigh+ was held on November I2. and included sporfs and games ending wiih a speaker afiilialed wiih Campus Life. Meeiings were held every oiher Tuesday morning in ihe A slcii usually siarled each Chorus room a+ seven-ihiriy. meeiing, followed by musical enieriainmenl' or s+uden+-par- 'ricipalion singing. The club inviied college siudenis, coun- selors, and +eachers io speak ai iis meeiings. Occasionally Mr. Vic Grahman, ihe area counselor for Campus Life, came and spoke io ihe group. All Glenbard Eas+ siudenis were inviied io ihe meeiings regardless of iheir religious beliefs. The chairman of Campus Life was Jim Posilewaiie. The council members were Dave Vail. Caihy Carlson, Carol Benson and Gary Opfer. The co-sponsors were Mr. Ander- son and Mr. Marlens. Pa? Mac Donald, and Ann Govan, look over plans for a Campus Life proiecf. Row I: Diane l-lumice, Diane Duran, Carol Watt, Dorothy Swank, Debbie Kleck, Chris Tani, Claire Linblom, Jane Davidson, Roseland Simmons, Glenda Kleine, Laurie Polka. Row 2: Linda Bilek, Ginger Lietz, Jane Kellan, Kathy Stephenson, Joan Reslig, Jim Moore, Mary Daria, Linda Mullen, Darryl Byer, Sue Gonzales, Ron Greeves. Row 3: Nancy Clark, Debbie Page, Rick Scott, Debbie Burt, Holly Ritzler, Sue Fawkes. Aileen St.Denis, Vickie Mettevelis. Row 4: Denise Van Schock, Debbie Danker, Karen Trapp. Mary Bruckbauer. Barb Anderson, Lynn Lavin. Janet Coran, Karen Swanson. Betsy Patterson, Ellen Amundson. Cathy O'Donnel, Glen Garaloto. Row 5: Barb Ward, Elizabeth McDaniels, Bob Arenberg, Mike Law, Darrel Rist, Bill Harris, Bob Pennington, Bill Troian, Sue Freidrich, Gail Holiday, Arlette Gorychka. Carol Abrams. Los Gringos participate in Spanish traditions John Hamer asks a question during a "Los Gringos" meeting, which aided members ot the club in understanding certain Spanish speaking countries. t Unma Dib Doa Dido so ,.....Ixf' - mn "Los Gringos" is Glenbard East's Spanish Club. Club members, gringos, are students interested but not tluent in the Spanish language. Members enthusiastically received the Christmas posada. a processional trom house to house, during which entrances to the houses was denied until the procession arrived at the last house. This march represented the iourney ot Joseph and Mary to Jerusalem and their tutile attempt to tind lodgings. Members ot Los Gringos also saw slides and heard ot the travels ot a speaker who had travelled through several Span- ish speaking countries. When Jose Greco, the tamous Span- ish dancer pertormed in Chicago, Los Gringos members attended. Pan American Week highlighted the year tor the club to promote and spread good will to our southern neighbors. Each day in this week an activity. The members not only increased Spanish language, but also came Los Gringos sponsored their knowledge ot the to appreciate Spanish lite and custom. Miss Staedke and Mr. Hescott were co-sponsors. The otticers were Ellen Martin, president: Glenda Klein, vice- president: Linda Birek, secretary: Sue Gonzales, treasurer: Ruth Wright, ways and means chairman: and Kathy O'Donnel program chairman. Le Cercle Francais, Glenbard EasT's French Club sTrives To encourage The members To aTTain an inTeresT in The people oT France and Their culTure. AT The monThly meeTings, where The business and aTTairs were direcTed enTirely in French, an aTmosphere of The French civilizaTion was presenT. AT one oT The meeTings members oT Le Cercle Francais planned ThaT The club would inviTe The French sTudenTs going To The ChiropracTic school on RoosevelT Road To one of Their TuTure meeTings To give a Talk on France. The sTudenTs came and gave an inTeresTing Tallc abouT Their lives in France. AT anoTher meeTing, Miss Ebans, a sTudenT Teacher aT Glenbard from WheaTon College, gave a Tallc on currenT poliTics and happenings in France. In order To raise money Tor The scholarship Tund, The club sponsored a number oT acTiviTiesg among These was The Foreign Language ChrisTmas ParTy. ExTra acTiviTies oT The club This year included The annual dinner aT a French resTauranT, Maison Michel, in Chicago, where The members ordered in French. Under The advice oT Mrs. Ferguson The acTiviTies were or- ganized by The oTTicers: Barb Lowden. presidenT: Ellen Gouldsberry, vice-presidenTq Suzy Beavers, secreTaryg Tim Grassel, Treasurer: and Maureen Cugier, publiciTy. Sandy HornsTra, member of G.E.'s French Club, Iisfens To Miss Evans, sTudenT-Teacher here This pasT year aT The Le Cercle Francais meeTing held in OcTober. French Club builds scholarship fund. Row I: MargareT Alsehursf, MargareT Muslcello, Pam Zydylc, Karen Wenman, Mary Sorenson, KaThy EvereTT, Ellen Gouldsberry, Marsha RuTmiller, Linda Heller. Row 2: Rich PesTien, Barb Waller, Carol Benson, Nancy STahl, Barb Pederson, Linda Holsinger, CrysTa,l Nelm, Karen BuxTer, Judy Newman, Judy Calabria. Row 3: CaThy Mackey, Suzy Beavers, CaThy BrandT, Sharon Shrader, BeTTy Lipke, Gayle Cunningham, Pam Glynn, Shirley Spencer. Debbie Mariz, Barb Lowden. Row 4: JeaneTTe Weigand. Dawn Hedlund, Linda Johnson, Diana Glynn, Dave Vail, Tim Grassel, Maureen Cugier, Jan Eichelman. Debbie NewTon, Ellyn GusTaTson. Row I: Chris Benson, Sarah HuTTman, Ed Reiger, Pam Zahn, Carol Vlier, Row 2: Drew Ferguson, Rick Mons. Bob AselTine, Dave STroTher, Ron Lindsey German Club visits "Old Town" German Club Presidenf Dave STroTher hands TiclceTs To "The Diary oi Anne Frank" over To members OT boTh German Club and The varsiTy TooTball Team, Chuck Geigner. George Vanicek, and Neil Falconer. DeuTsche Verein Club, Glenbard EasT's German Club, is an organizaTion designed To give iTs members educaTional and enTerTaining inTormaTion oT Germany and Germans. The club sponsored several large evenTs in addiTion To iTs regular meeTings. in early Tall, German Club sold TiclceTs To iTs members aT a reduced raTe Tor The school play, "The Diary of Anne Frank." ATTer The play, The organizaTion sponsored a "coTTee hour" Tor iTs members and Their Tamilies. LaTer, in November, members Toured The "Old Town" secTion of Chicago. They ieTT G.E. immediaTely aTTer school, Toured "Old Town" Tor Two hours and Then reTurned home. The auThor oT The only guideboolc on "Old Town" guided The club Through This Tamous secTion oT Chicago. JusT before ChrisTmas vacaTion. The club visiTed The Chi! cago area again and aTTended a special program aT The museum oT Science and lndusTry. The program provided an auThenTic German meal and program. fb Row I: Mike Gawel, Jan Stoeckel, Linda Steck. Diana Harris, Susanne Darcy. Dave Robinson, Linda Happel, Pat Kleinow, Piper. Linda Cathy Longmire, Cindy O'l-tara, Row 2: Joy Robertson. Bea Dropson. Pat DeAngelis, Barb Dropson, Yvonne Schroeder, Dennis Fitzpatrick, Jim Burch, Linda Kelso, Carla Trimarco, Ruth Holtmeyer, Mary Quattlander, Marva Mech. Row 3: Chris Johannson. Dennis McClure, Kathy Haetner, Ruthanna Maurer. Jerry McNair, John Adams, Wolt- gang Klamp, Janet Hammerschmidt. Jett Finch. Leslie Pettigrew, Ken Figuaray. Peggy King. Row 4: Dick Lotgren. Dean Kinzer, Tim Michel, Jett Bottoms, Tom Tott. Bruce McClure, George Megard, John Weir, Paul Luczak, Fred Tott, Judy McLuckie, Ted Kurkowski. Latin Club wins honors in contests S.P.Q.R. was extremely active last year. Highlights ot the many events that stimulated interest in Roman culture were Latin Week. Slave Day, the Saturnation Party, and the Roman Banquet. During August. Latin Club sent seven delegates to the Junior Classical League Convention at the University ot Southern Calitornia. In the various contests at the conven- tion, Tim Michel took tirst place in Roman History and Lite: Dan Bottom placed second in Grammar: Barbara Darcy took tirst in costumes, and Chris Johannsen placed tirst and second in two ditterent swim meet events. Linda Darcy, Kathy Fenton, Bea Dropson. accompanied by Mike Gawel and Mrs. Halligan, club adviser, also attended the conven- tion. in October, Latin Club representatives attended the Northern Chapter Junior Classical League Convention at Pekin. Illinois. The students went to workshops tor tund- raising, costumes. and banquets. and won honors in six ot the twelve contests held there. The annual candy sale, movies, and brownie sales enabled students to raise money tor their trip to the summer con- vention. The rest ot the money raised provided the scholar- ships tor Latin students who planned to continue the study ot Latin in college. . The officers were: Consuls. Cathy Blake and Dan Bottoms: Censor. Judy Marsden: Praetors, Kathy Fenton and Chris Johannsong Aediles, Patti Baker and Keith Miller: and Questors. Barbara Darcy and Jim Branden- muhl. LefT To Righl: Sharyn Schroeder. Bonnie Hayes, Mary Gaddis. Judy King, John Hughs, Shirley FriTz, F .T.A. sponsors Student Teacher day Presideni' Mary Gaddis, and Barb Anderson. conducT an F.T.A. meeTing prior To The STudenT-Teacher Day which FTA sponsored. FuTure Teachers oT America, dedicaTed To help members learn abouT The Teaching proTession, is one oT Glenbard EasT's newesT organizaTions. The William E. Rider ChapTer oT The FTA Tormed in The spring oT I965. The club sponsored various acTiviTies To acquainT The members wiTh acTual Teaching. They sponsored a STudenT- Teacher Day in November. Any sTudenT who had mainTained aT leasT a "B" average in The course and received permission from The insTrucTor oT The course, could Teach a class. The club also parTicipaTed in CadeT Teaching. Members observed classes aT local grade schools and Then were able To Teach one or more classes. The FTA also sTrove To acquainT iTs members wiTh special educaTion. A large proiecT of FTA was The learning oT braille and TranslaTing TexTs inTo braille Tor local schools. The organizaTion showed a movie aT GE To help pay Tor This proiecT. Following iTs inTeresT in special educaTion, Three members, Sue Benjamin, Sharon Schroeder. and PaT Mc- Donald, aTTended a special educaTion workshop aT York High School sponsored by The Teachers in This disTricT. The workshop conTained lecTurers, guesT speakers, Tilms. and a hooTenanny, all of which TeaTured The subiecT oT physical and menTal reTardaTion. On The second day oT The workshop, The delegaTes visiTed various special educaTion deparTmenTs oT diTTerenT schools in This area. LaTer, on December 13, Three Teachers Trom local schools spoke abouT The menTally reTarded aT a general meeTing. OTTicers oT FTA were Mary Gaddis, presidenT: Shirley FriTz, vice-presidenT: Barb Anderson, secreTary: and John l-lughes, Treasurer. Mr. Lindsey was TaculTy adviser. age if .. Caduceus officers are: RuTh Schneider, Pamela Zahn, Diane KrysTosek, Diana Mackal. Pai' Vodden. Caduceus promotes medical careers Caduceus membership was open To any sTudenT inTeresTed in a medical career. The club is composed mosTly oT girls anTicipaTing a vocaTion in medicine as eiTher nurses or Technicians. The organizaTion's main concern was To acquainT Them- selves wiTh The many aspecTs oT professional medicine. During Their Twelve meeTings They had guesl' speakers who Talked on subiecTs perTaining To inTeresTs of The club. Films were also shown aT several oT The meeTings. WiTh Tinancial aid Trom The DuPage CounTy Medical So- cieTy, Caduceus was able To plan Tield Trips To such places as The DuPage CounTy ConvalescenT l-lome. One OT The mosT imporTanT proiecTs was To prepare a porTable Tile of pamphleTs on all medical careers which was kepT in Mrs. Rogers' office. Members were Tree To come and read The maTerial concerning Their inTeresT. This year, The club elecTed RuTh Schnieder as president PaT Vodden as vice-presidenT. Diane KrysTosek as secreTary. and Diana Makal as Treasurer. There were also Two members who were appoinTed To do special jobs. Diana Moeller rep- resenTed Caduceus in lnTer-Club and Pamela Zahn worked as PuloliciTy Chairman. These girls helped Mrs. Rogers To organize a club which was beneficial To all iTs members. Terri Hixon meeTing. 9' and Pam Zahn prepare reTreshmenTs Tor a Caduceus W4 Al Cufshall prepares an experimenf for fesfing sugar during one of Science Club's meefing. Sfudenfs af Glenbard Easf who demonsfrafed a special inferesf in any field of science such as elecfronics, bio- chemisfry, or engineering could parficipafe in Science Club. Sfudenfs who were enrolled in various science courses such as biology. physics, and chemisfry. as well as sfudenfs who had an inferesf in science buf were nof faking a science could ioin Science Club. The purpose of Science Club was fo explore specific areas of science fhaf especially inferesfed fhe members. If pro- vided ifs members wifh reading maferial and visual aids fhaf fhey could obfain and use in fhe classroom. Mr. Pas- laslci, fhe club adviser, urged members fo sfudy in fhe field which inferesfed fhem mosf. This way sfudenfs were able fo gain more knowledge in a specific field fhan fhey learned in fhe classroom and expanded each ofher's knowledge by discussing fheir fields of inferesf. Science Club members fook field frips fo Argonne Na- fional Laborafory. fhe Chicago Crime Laborafory, and fo fhe Yerker Observafory. Af one of fheir meefings Mr. George Maier, leading aufhorify on aquariums. lecfured. This year's officers of Science Club were Presidenf. Sue Kuhn: vice-presidenf, Joe Krenzelg secrefary-freasurer. Carol Kuhn: Publicify chairman. Sfeve Spodenq and program chair- man. Ken Conrad. Science Club visits Argonne Laboratory Row I: Mary Rabowslci, Carol Kuhn. Ted Wimpy, Tim Blomme. Pam Jason, Row 3: Bob Kuhn, Mike Chrisfianson, Gregory, Dave Robison. Bev Zielslci, Ed Seaman, Row 2: Joe Krenzal. Ken Conrad, Sfeve Weinherf. Sieve Spoden. Sue Kuhn, John Konrafh, Kurf Meyer, Jim High, Max Dennis McSow, Chuck Hall. Members of Anglers Club were primarily inferesfed in pracficing and developing proficiency in fishing. Under The supervision of Mr. Paslaski, They presenfed a varied program This year for all sTudenTs who were inTeresTed in This sporT. The summer, as well as The school year, gave The Anglers many opporTuniTies To learn and pracfice various Techniques. LasT summer, on a Ten-day fishing Trip, They Traveled To Red Lake, Onfario, one-Thousand miles from Lombard. Sfay- ing aT a resorf, They fished for six full days. During auTumn and spring The club is mainly concerned wiTh fishing Trips. These are arranged and supervised by Mr. Paslaskig The presidenf, AI Dufshall: and The vice-presi- denT, John KonraTh. AT The monThly meefings during The winTer, The club gaThered informally To learn abouf such Things as fly Typing, making arTiTicial baiT, and The arT of Taxidermy. For enTerTainmenT, The club showed Travel movies on fishing and held baiT-casTing conTesTs. One of The unique Things abouf Anglers is ThaT any boy is welcome To ioin The club on Their Trips and aTTend The meeTings. ,Q , 3 K . kV'4,, i A .. xg I I I J in :mfs I 075' is Lee Miller proudly holds a I5 pound Norfhern Pike, which he caughT aT The Anglers Club oufing To Red Lake, Onfario This pasT summer. Anglers fish in the wilds of Canada h' Jh K Th Tom Poole Row 3' Ben Micheals Doug Row I: Chris Johnson, Gary Keener, Mark Szmengalslci, Tom Thompson, Hufc lnson, o n onra -, . . .' h Phil Flanders, Gary GarreTT. GerharT HarTung. Row 2: Rick Coclcfair, ElTofT. ROQSF GI'6l1mS. Jim Z6lJOrSl4y. Al CuTSl1Gll. Sfeve Weln SFT. Larry Porfer. Tony Fisher, Brian Coleman, Dennis McDowell, Dale STeve Spoden. Jr, D' Row I: Laurie Willer. Diane KrysTosek, Bill Gerikaris. Paul KrysTosek. Paul Tews, Weslon BuTTles, Mary Doria. Row 2: Rick ScoTT, Bob Adams, Allan Chalupnicek, Doug ElToTT. Bob Kukenbaker, Phil Walker, Paul MundT. Radio Club operates station WQDLQ Mr. Fawkes, faculfy adviser, and Bob Adams, president lead a discussion in a meeTing oT Radio Club. Radio Club is The organizaTion aT Glenbard EasT which explores The world OT communicaTion Through ham radio. AT The club's loi-weekly meeTings, which were held in a room in The school's Tower, The members pracTiced The Tech- niques necessary Tor Their ham radio operaTor's license, Their ulTimaTe goal. The newer members oT The club, who had noT yeT learned The meThod oT sending a message over The ham radio aT a sTeady pace. were assisTed by The more experi- enced members and The club TaculTy adviser. lvlr. Fawkes. The ham radio which The club builT and operaTed, broad- casT on sTaTion W9DLQ. The biggesT day of The year was a Tield day when The Radio Club Took all oT Their porTable equipmenT ouTside and Tried To conTacT as many amaTeur radio sTaTions as possible. They conTacTed around 250 sTaTions Trom all sTaTes easT oT The Rockies and a Tew wesT oT Them. During The year The club Took a course aT WheaTon College Tor approximaTely TiTTeen weeks which helped Them earn a license. ln The lasT weeks oT November The club or- ganized a Tund raising drive, The selling OT Teflon coaTed ironing board covers To make nineTy dollars To buy a receiver. Along wi+h The help of Mr. Fawkes The club is led by The oTTicers: Bob Adams, president Phil Welder, vice-president Laurie Willer, secreTaryg and Rick ScoTT, Treasurer. Row l: Lou Audia, Jim Moore, Jack Ziebell, Neil Sayre, Joe Chopek Bill Genes, Tom Harfung, Larry TieTz, Ron Bodish. Row 2: Al AlberTs Tom MoTT, Tom Van Boven, Dean Kinzer, John RuTTer, Larry Dickson Bob Hoffage, Don Kolodz, Paul WillueweiT. Row 3: Warren Lowry: Jim Greene, Ken Cybowski, Russell AcTion, Ben Michaels, Tom Lavender, Glenn Nordbrock, Ron Degnan, Mike Koler, Bob PloTz. Row 4: Ken Bockelman, Bill Langer, Gene Dumbrowski, Mike Perso, John Craig, Jim Thompson, Ken Greaves, John Bloxham, Dave Hageland, Tom Monahan. Auto Tech Club sponsors safety check This was AuTo Tech Club's Third year aT Glenbard EasT. Formed in I962 by a group ol: boys who enioyed spending exTra Time in The Tield oT mechanics, This club enabled The boys in+eres+ed in auTo mechanics, or mechanics in general, To gain more knowledge Than classroom Time allowed. A person wishing To ioin, however, was noT required To have Taken auTomoTive mechanics. Club acTiviTies consisTed more oT Tield Trips and lecTures on diTTerenT phases oT mechanics Than oT acTual work wiTh machinery. GuesT speakers were inviTed To The bi-monThly meeTings in order To keep The members well informed on The background and progress being made in areas OT mechanics. ln The pasT years AUTO Tech Club, under The supervision oT Mr. Marlow and wiTh The cooperaTion oT various car dealers in The area, has held an annual auTo show. This year The club sponsored an AuTo SaTeTy Check in coniuncTion wiTh The Lombard Junior Women's AssociaTiori. The oTTicers during The pasT year were: PresidenT, Mike Moss: Vice-PresidenT, Bob Coughlin: Treasurer, Tom Voskuilg and SecreTary, Tom Bye. Onlookers inTenTiy sTudy The Turbine-enginecl car, rnanufacfured by The Chrysler MoTor Company, aT an Aufo Tech meeTing. Monitor heads Row I: Kathy Blake, Ken Peglow, Art Tuma Row 2: Joe Fernandes, Karen Smith. Bob Gambino. Cliff Nolan. Monitors supervise hall activity Checking a student's hall pass is iust one monitor. of Kathy Stephenson's duties as Student Monitors was the largest organization at Glenbard East. Over one hundred student monitors manned various posts throughout the school during the seven periods. Mem- bers of the organization were volunteers who gave up their study halls tor a monitor post. The main duty ot the monitors was to control the hallways while classes were held. Monitors aslced each student in the halls tor a hall pass. It the student did not have a pass or it the pass was unauthorized, he was sent to Mr. Hutt tor disciplinary measures. Another duty was to act as guides tor any visitor to Glen- loard East. Monitors courteously ottered assistance to visitors and escorted them to the main ottice. Mr. Hutt, supervisor ot the monitors and Dean ot Boys. required student monitors to be at their posts before the period began and to remain at their posts during the period. Because ot their courteous ettective manner. monitors tavoraloly influenced other students to accept the rules and privileges at Glenloard East. Sleve May, who is a Campus Council member, checks over lhe campus by lhe soulhern end ol lhe building during his regular lour ol duly. Campus Council is an organizalion in which sludenls help enlorce disciplinary rules. Under lhe guidance ol Mr. l-lull, Dean ol Boys. lhe members helped mainlain an orderly slu- denl body. Two imporlanl dulies ol members were lo check lhe washrooms lor sludenls who mighl be smoking, and lo check lhe sludenl parking lol lor cars parked wilhoul parking permils. They were lhen lo reporl any violalors ol lhese rules lo Mr. Hull. Campus Council members also rendered assislance lo visilors al Glenbard Easl. By lrealing lhe slu- denls wilh respecl and lacl, Campus Council compelenlly managed sludenls and gained respecl from lhe sludenl body. Chairman lhis year was Ray Novak, lo whom all members were responsible. The members relerred lo Mr. Hull lor assislance wilh special problems caused by sludenls or lhal developed wilhin lhe council ilsell. While selling lhe besl example possible by displaying proper alliludes loward school cilizenship and respecl. Campus Council helped develop good sludenl allilude and respecl lor lhe necessary rules. Campus Council members patrol school Row I: Pal O'Kane. Karen Smilh, Darlene Abrahamson, Bonnie New- kirk, Cheryl Seegers. Lynda Will, Lois Pionlkowski, Monica Gehrman. Paul Rauskin, Wehdy Kass, Jan Nelson. Karen Kwilz, Row 2: Mike Hullon. Bob Gambino, Jell Sladek, Mike Hernmerich, Penny Corl- righl. Nancy Hull, Karen Haberkamp. Judy McLuckie, Barb Malm. Neil Falconer. John Baior. John Reiger. Koger Raydell. Row 3: Sleve May. Bob Penninglon, Alec Schrader. Waller Sherman, Roger O'Con- nell, Rick Chana, Jim Roberls, Karl Nilsen, Rob Boldl, Ray Novak, John Weir, Jim Poslelwaile, John Shulller. Row I: Laura KleisT, Joann Lindell, Linda Kerr, Jan Liebich, Sue Jakobek, Denise Domke, PaT HardesTy, Diane Ackerman Barb Scharn- berger, Cindy Mangsen, CaThie Carr, Rose Simons, Denise Yonkers, Noreen Volk, Joyce DebarTolo, Janie Morrison, Barb Bullard, Row 2: Ken Baker, Doug Clarke, Elaine Evens, CaThy Carlson, Lydia Hayes, Linda Larson, Yvonne Schrader, Linda Weber, Brenda Vacca, Cindy Neil, Cheryl Olson, Karen Anderson, Joyce SmiTh, MargareT Knox, Pam Varner, Gail NoTley, Kay Lowe, Barb Darcy, KaThy Mackey, Bob Temes, Jim Jasper, Row 3: PaT Lavin, Jim Wilman, Jim Gieseker, Ram's choir Various members of The GE chorus vocalize during a chorus rehearsal. Alan Schuman, Dale Edmenson, Jackie Woods, Barb Ayres, Debby Daniels, Susan Klink, Cindy Brown, Mary Napadono, Phyllis Blasen, Barb Anderson, Sandy EasT, Rhoda Roski, Debby Danker, Dan STrand Paul Drennen, Doug MorTon, Row 4: Sam Bass, Clyde Shannon, Dave Percel, Chuck Tapp, Denise Kaisner, Sue Solfa, Lynn Lavin, Kay Owens- by, Yvonne Deiong, KaThy STewarT, Jeanne Greenberg, Barb McCaThren. Joanne Hepner, Jeannie Weishaar, Carol Hallerberg, Gloria Wood, Jackie Nicklas, Dick STocker. Clyde Shannon, Rod Anderson, Dave Daniels, Bob AselTine. sings to Lions Glenbard EasT chorus, borh The senior and The sopho- more-Treshman choirs, were acTive during The school year. Aside Trom perTorming a Tull schedule oT concerTs. The chorus worked on various projecTs To implemenT Their scholarship Tund. The major number oT concerTs were performed during ChrisTmas Time. ParT oT The choir sang aT a program held aT Lombard's CommuniTy House, Tor The Lombard Lions Club. The choirs also perTormed aT school during The Can- dlelighf Service, sponsored by Glen-Teens, and The ChrisT- mas ConvocaTion. ln March, The chorus presenTed a concerT Tor The Lom- bard Woman's Service League. This concerT which was well received, TeaTured a wide varieTy oT music. ln June, as all The school's acTiviTies drew To an end, The chorus aTTe-nded an awards banqueT, aT which a deserving senior member received a scholarship. Mr. Donald Volz direcTed The chorus. ElecTed oTTicers were Linda Gerardi, president Karen Johnson, vice-presi- denT3 and Barb Bullard, secreTary. Row I: Vera Van Aniwerp, Gail Dahlgrin, Karen Lindell, Pai Wafer- loo, Linda Darcy, Pai' Kleinow, Diane Diakow, Sue Burneif, Denise Duslerholi, Chuck LaFleur, Dick Sanderson, Scoif Sfaplelon, Pai Ryan, Scoii Buege, Thomas Crokin, Jeffery Diller, Mary Travis, Dolly Rose, Diane Deran, Pa? Carnahan, Row 2: Shelly Low, Kafhy Fleshmann, Susie Muschong, Lin Kolakowski, Gloria Newman, Joanne Ashelman, Mickey DeVicino, Linda Hollsinger, Ken LaPrall, Rick Virigilio, Mike O'Connor, David Sehlak, Olando Torres, Mark Sfarr, Ken Messer, John Ruggiero, Sue Whiiman, Donna Moeller, Valerie Vifale, Donna Vance, Linda Kiockow, Cindy O'Hara, Row 3: Shirly Widmar, Chrisfine Harkins. Arlene Halliman, Karen Wenman, Cindy Jane. Carol Soaeyer, Robin Perky, Carolyn James, Barb Kerlai, Bob Shirer, Sieve Srocker, Tom Fafagaiii, Rick Aselline, Cliff Brown, Wayne Blazen, Fred Leuze, Debbie Chapman, Sherry Azar, LyneH'e Hodge, Toni Desiomone, Janie Villareal, Pa+ Mangan. Row 4: Linda Michaels, Pam Joyner, Jo Ann Corso, Margie VandenBrouke, Cafhy Faulkner, Denise Van Schoyek, Nancy Carlson, Kafhy Smerken. Faifh Baiz, Pai Rogers, Elaine Hallman, Gloria Geroulis, Kafhy Haefner. Ruih Lagman. Marie Charles, Diana Glynn, Janis Kuoiing, Barbara Peierson, Doilie Snow, Beisy Palierson, Kris Kurlyun, Kafhy Anderson, Karen Thomas. Pam Varner and Denise Yonkers pause during a chorus pracfice. Row I: Bill Wallace, Terry Peyfon, RuTh WrighT, Margaref Alcehursf, Row 2: Neil Hoglund, William Grass. Paula Mafzed, Gayle Terrier, Gregory Kurkowslci, Kafhy Howard, Cafhy Bowman, Mary McDaniel, Row 3: BeTTy Barnes, Edward Grove, Barbara Dropson, Lynn Russell, Mary Sorenson, Kafhleen Everiff, Debbie Rornminger. David Anderson, Jeff Graef, Row 4: Dianne Brodiclc, DoniTa SwiaTak, Marian Bruss, Deborah Saleny, Marsha Smi+h, Debbie Predl, Donna Wallace, Sue GerhardT, Tom BredfeldT, Mr. Wisniewslci, Mio Villagomez, PaT Moore, Chuck Cadwell. Orchestra participates in "Music Man" Bill Wallace and Terry Peyfon play Their violins aT an orchesTra session v lu ,.- This pasT year The naTionally known Glenbard Easf Con- cerT OrchesTra conTinued iTs fine TradiTion wiTh iTs fall and spring concerT and appearance in "The Music Man" and The ChrisTmas program. The fall concerf TeaTured EasT's Chamber OrchesTra in worlcs of Vaughan William, Benjamin BriTTen, ErnesT Krenclc. A concerfo Grosso of Handel was also presenTecl. The spring concerT TeaTured The full orchesfra presenTing a Passacaglia by STague. This performance was The second performance of This worlr wiThin The UniTed STaTes and meT wiTh greaT audience approval. The performance of The TirsT movemenf of J. Charles lves second symphony and a ren- diTion of The ever popular "Sound of Music" compleTed The conTemporary porTion of The program. The program ended wiTh The TirsT movemenT of Brahms TirsT symphony, The Bruch violin concerTo and a concerTo for cello and orchesTra by Bachianis. In addiTion To These performances. The orchesTra parTici- paTed in The annual Glenbard EasT ChrisTmas Program. Such numbers as "WhiTe ChrisTmas," "Land oT The Drum." and a collecTion of TradiTional carols were greaTly appreciaTed by an audience which had iusT experienced a fine performance by The Glenbard EasT ConcerT Band and Mr. Volz' chorus. The orchesTra also performed aT several schools in The sur- rounding area. This along wiTh The performance in The school musical, "Music Man," rounded ouT a Tull and suc- cessful year Tor The orchesTra. S, z i . - . g :Iii i ii il B - . Xa X Row I: Mary Wriqhl, Paul Luzac, Urgan Vogel, Ted Kurlcowslci, Row 2: Sue Salava Marcia Brinlc, Marva Mech, Ellen Marlin, Lynn Boyer, Ari Malm, Tim Zahn, Chris Grass, Row 3: Linda Shuberl, Linda Rominger, Janel Everfi, Bruce Sorenson, Bob Heller, Janef Smirh, Charlene Almond, Bill Cheralceris, Marge Harper, Lynda Neinasf, Mr. Thomas Wisneslci, orchesfra direcfor, sludies lhe musical score during orcheslra rehearsal. , .1 . W I Q i l l K : S T s R : Row 4: Dennis Oslermann, Laurie Richardson, John Engman, John Larson, Doug McGown, Marii Calkins, Row 5: Wayne Dornlce, Gary Opler, Sieve Cherry, Rich Barnel, Arr Sfevenson, Gil Silva, David Anderson, Dennis Moore, Brian Ferguson, Dale Day, Tim Grassel, Marqarer Swell. Juergen Vogel, los? in fha world of music, inienlly plays during an orcheslra praclice session. Cip- Q--...,, ROW 'li SUS Sdlavid. Patti Van Dreser, Marcia Brink, Barb Guyer Connie Ernst, Mary Gardner, Row 2: Lynda Rominger, Dave Anderson Jett' Graet, Lynda Henderson, Maureen Bubert, Laural Richardson John Larson, Dennis Ostermann, Row 3: Debbie Selzer, Jane Miller: Laurie Klllilal SUS KGFNGTZ. Sandra Allen. Melissa Pritchett, Tom Jeff Messenger, band drum maior, portrays Aladdin in one ot the tootball game's halttime ceremonies ' i Bredteldt, John Bubert, Steve Cherry, Wayne Dopke, Row 4: Linda Baxter, Cathy Byers, Cathy Hutcheson, Judy Marsden, Chandra Smith, Mr. Crews, Sue Cverhardt, Karen Aukland, Bob Benson, Chuck Swett, Chuck Cadwell, Pat Moore. Row 5: Charles Kadlec, Henry Monti, Bob Freund, Dean Van Clay, Greg l-ludon. Band fills busy year with activity The Glenbard East Concert Band, under the direction ot Mr. Crews, added enjoyment to the past school year. During the tootball season, the marching band presented halttime shows at the varsity tootball games played at home. ln December the band played several selections at the Christmas Convo, and the band provided entertainment at varsity basketball games. Along with their regular musical program, some members ot the Concert Band prepared solos and ensembles. Many ot those same people entered the State Solo and Ensemble contest, held at Zion-Benton l-ligh School on April I6. April 29, the concert band pertormed their Annual Spring Formal Concert. Music at this program represented all styles and periods ot band music. When the drama department presented "The Music Man,' a tew members ot the band were selected to provide the music. Towards the end ot the school year, the band marched in both the Lilac Parade and,the Memorial Day Bacca- laureate, making a total ot 30 performances tor this year. The Intermediate Band, whose members worked to improve their skills, acted in coniunction with the Concert Band tor many pertormances, and will soon become recognized as a performing group. The two bands together had an elected president, Corky Kellan and an elected council. Concert Band representatives on the council were Jim Bartholomew, John Engman, John Larson, Mary McDaniel, Jett Messenger, Debbie Rominger, and Mark Van Clay. The Intermediate Band's representatives were Susan Hess and Lee Weber. Row I: Diana 'Malcal, Gayle Kulcla, Lynda Raflerly, Calhy Bowman, Mary McDaniel, Row 2: John Enqman, Roger Nevergall, Shae Bleffer, Nancy, Mahlberq, Connie Leonelfi Lynda Rominger, Sandy William- son, Linda Shuberl. Row 3: Gary Opler, John Conrad, Allan Chalup- nicelc, Bob Chelselh, Mark Sweany, John Geroulls, Ann Bailey, Terry Mr. Jack Crews, band direcfor, raises his arms inifialing GE's marching band's performance ffiiij '25 W Drum Maior Jeff Messenger begins 'the nexi formafion as iwirler Pam Savalio wafches for his signal. Music department offers varied opportunities to G. E. students Concenfrafion is shown on fhe infeni' faces of Chorus members Lynn Lavin, Barb Anderson, and Jill Edmundson. Eyes forward, high sfepping members of GIenbard's Marching Band, parade down Main Sheer during Homecoming fes- fivifies. M.. ,,,, Band Members Prac'Hce iheir numbers in preparafion for their nexf concert Debbie Aller, one of Glenbard Easf 'rwirlers is feaiured during a halfrime program. Clarinei players, Sue Karnaiz and Jane Milier, perform during halfrime af a Glenbard Easf home game. . . , v 111 ma-W, F H91 .14 v n "'f as 513991: 3,282 x . g,k"'1 ,gg XX! 5 AQ H W! 'Y' iff .. H37 Q is KXX -A. 1 ', JZ?"-Q f5!!HUlll1T'T"rvg,,-,:w N Q fe . A -Q ee e ' ' ' m M .K Mike Scalzo fI2,, confe.ence scoring charinpion, scores winning fouchdown agains+ Wes? Leyden +0 cap undefeafed season. Record number make all-conference team The Rams +eam sfarfs play-acfion-pass during Dad's day come-from-behind-vicfory agains'r Proviso Wesf. M, The Glenbard EasT VarsiTy Rams were greaTly helped This year by reTurning le++ermen George Vanicek, Tom WesT, Harry Bellock, and Ray Novak. The Rams linemen, who averaged I80 lbs., gave many pounds To opponenTs buT made up Tor The loss in quickness and drive. This was a big TacTor in allowing The backs Scalzo, Novak, Wier, Vanicek and Falconer, To gain a combined ToTal yardage of 2388, over a Thousand yards more Than all The opponenTs' yardage. G.E.'s mosT valuable player and The conTerence scoring leader was Halfback Mike Scalzo. Scalzo Tinished The season scoring a ToTal oT 49 poinTs. AnoTher Tine back Tor The Rams was George Vanicek, who noT only did all The kicking Tor The Rams. buT had a Tine running average, almosT 8 yards a carry. The deTense Tor The Rams proved To be The ToughesT defense in The conTerence, allowing only 52 poinTs To be scored againsT Them. An excepTional player Tor The Rams was Mike Hemmerich. who seT a school record wiTh lll Tackles. OTher sTandouTs on The deTense included Karl Nilsen. Neil Falconer and Bob Pryor. George Vanicek led The pass deTense wiTh six pass inTercepTions. The '65 Rams had a record number oT all-conTerence players. Rick Chana, Ray Novak, John Wier. Mike Scalzo. George Vanicek. Tom WesT, John VogT and Mike Hemmerich made The conTerence Team. Honorable menTions wenT To Harry Bellock. Bob Pryor Dick Gerlack. Mark Erickson and Neil Falconer. Rick Chana also made several OT The all sTaTe Teams. V' Neil Falconer 1201, and Mike Hemmerich T531 show desire and Team efTorT in The Homecoming clash againsT EasT Leyden by bringing down Leyden's runner. Rick Chana, all-sTaTe varsiTy end. receives his award from head T'ooTbaII coach, Mr. Lovin. I 75110-f T. -.. ' ,M I .' , I ,W 'Q 4, . , . ',, 1 'ij 5 ' Va rsiry Foo+baII Scores We They 2I ImmacuIaIe Conceprion . 7 7 Morion Wesi' ......... . . 7 25 SI. George . . . . . . 6 32 Downers Soufh . . . 6 I9 Easr Leyden . . . . 6 I4 Willowbrook .. . I3 I9 Proviso WesI' . . - 6 I4 Wesr Leyden . . . 7 I 7 N Y Y In Ihe Easf Leyden game George Vanicek makes one of Ray Novak U01 runs for a 5 yard gain during Ihe Proviso Wesr game. VTIGVIY SPGCIBCUIGV Cdfches IIWI' I'II9IIII9IIIel'-I II"9 Ramii undefeafed varsify season Neil Hoglund IBOI behind blockers John Weir I42I and Mark Erickson goes for a sizable gain aqainsr Proviso West A Q 1 ' Row I: Mark Gearhart, Don Biehl, Dave Gunn, Mike Scalzo, Mark Erickson, Neil Hoglund, Tim Michel, Row 2: Steve Johnson mgr., Karl Neilsen. Walter Sherman, Jeff Keri, Chuck Geigner, Dick Gerlach, Rob Boldt. George Megard, Rick Schneider, Row 3: Coach Morris, Rick Chana. Mike Ward, Bob Pryor, Tom West, Ray Novak, George Vanicek, John Vogt, John Weir, Coach Lovin, Row 4: John Olson, Terry Huffman, Gary Adams. George Biehl, Mike Hemmerich, Neil Falconer. Greg Wilhite. Al Schrader, Harry Bellock. Varsity Rams take conference title Under the direction of head football coach, Mr. Jim Lovin. the Varsity Rams fought to an undefeated season. This year was the first in the tough Des Plaines Valley Conference and the Rams showed that they were not to be dealt under. The Rams, finishing first in the Des Plaines conference with a record of 7-O-l, compiled the best record in G.E.'s football history. The Rams began the season by crushing Immaculate Conception, 21 to 7. A week later the Rams faced a heavily favored Morton West team, who were the defending conference champs. Going into the locker room at halftime the Rams enjoyed a 7-O lead. However at the start of the second half, the fired-up Morton team scored a quick touchdown and conversion, tying the game at 7-7. From then on it was a game of ball control with both teams eating up the clock. With less than three minutes left in the final period of play, the Rams started a drive from behind their own 20 yard line. Combined with halfback Mike Scalzo's quick drives and quarterback Ray Novak's sharp passing, the ball was brought to the Morton 4 yard line where the Rams finally stopped. The battle ended in a 7-7 tie. The next two games against St. George and Downers Grove South were easy victories for the Rams. The Homecoming game against East Leyden marked the first time in three years that Glenbard has won its Homecoming game. The game that really decided the conference lead was against Willowbrook. The Rams won the hard fought de- fensive battle, I4-l3. The last two games of the season brought defeat to both Proviso West and West Lyden. Tom West goes in for a block of one of West Leyden's players. On an Easl Leyden punl relurn Don Cummings llOl makes a hard lackle while leammales Gil Sylva, and Harry Knudson come in lo assisl. Junior Varsily Foolball Scores We They 6 Forresl View . . . , , ,, 6 O Morlon Wesl .... . . I3 46 Sl. George . . . . . O 7 Proviso Wesl . . . . . I4 I9 Easl Leyden .... .. I3 I3 Willowbrook . .. . . I2 2l Proviso Wesl .... . . 6 33 Wesl Leyden . . . . . 6 Row I: Jim Sl. John, Rick Legorela, Roger Reynell, Chuck Zell, Pele Oehler, John I-leide, Scoll Douglass, David Olson, Row 2: Harry Knudson, Doug Beall, Tim Pederson Gil Sylva, Bob Aselline, Darsie Gray, Rick Olson, Sam Bass, Row 3: Linesman Mac Kalice, Coach Ker- The Junior Varsily Rams, coached by Mr. Ron Hill, showed bolh leam spiril and abilily in winning lhe Des Plaines Valley conlerence lille. Their spiril and abilily proved lo be a perlecl pair lor lhe JV gridders who com- piled a 5-2-I record. The Rams sullered a slow slarl by lying lheir lirsl game and dropping lheir second bul bounced back, bealing Sl. George 47-O. Moving on lo beal Willowbrook in a close game, I3-l2, lhe iuniors gained conlidence and crushed all lheir olher opponenls. Proviso Wesl, Easl Leyden, and Wesl Leyden, were among lhe leams lhal lell lo lhe Junior Rams. ln lhe Willowbrook game, wilh lhe Rams leading 6-O al lhe hall, lhe Warriors scored, lying lhe game 6-6. Al lhe close ol lhe 3rd quarler, Don Cummings, quarlerback, broke loose and ran 48 yards lor a louchdown. Sam Bass kicked lhe exlra poinl pulling lhe Rams ahead, I3-6. How- ever in lhe linal minules ol play Willowbrook scored anolher louchdown, allempl lor lhe exlra poinl failed again, givingi lhe Rams lhe viclory. Adding lo lhe excilemenl ol lhe Junior's schedule, lhe Rams played Easl Leyden in lhe Homecoming game. Wilh lhe Eagles in lhe lead by I poinl in lhe closing I5 seconds. Cummings passed lo Jim Wallace hallback, who raced 20 yards inlo lhe end zone, clinching anolher win. Oulslanding players ol lhe '65 season were Jim Wallace. Don Cummings, Greg Wilhile, Bob Krause, Jim Doiron, Tim Pederson, Harry Knudson, Bob Aselline, Pele Oehler, Dave Slrolher and Sam Bass. Junior-Varsity displays healthy team spirit palrick, Jim Wallace, Jim Livingslon, Dan Faulkner, Geol Iverson, Bob Krause, Dave Vail, Ron Bloxam, Coach Hill, Row 4: John Jacobi, Don Cummings, Drave Drennan, Kil Slanich, John Harris, Dave Slrolher, Bob Schrieber, Rich Barnel, Jim Gieseker, Jim Doiron. LV Sophomores boast 6-0 conference standing Glenbard EasT's sophomore TooTball Team compiled an enviable record This year. The sophomore Team capTured The Des Plaines Valley conference TiTle, posTing a 6-0 con- Terence sTanding and 7-I over-all sTanding. Coached by Mr. GroThe and Mr. Thompson, The Team won Their TirsT game, againsT ImmaculaTe ConcepTion 27-O. The sophomore Rams also shuT ouT The TirsT conference opponenT MorTon WesT, 20-O. The sophomores TasTed deTeaT Tor The only Time in a non-conTerence game againsT Elgin. AlThough The Rams played good ball, They came ouT on The shorT end oT The score, 6-O. Swinging back inTo conTerence play, The sophomores handily deTeaTed The Downers Grove SouTh eleven, 27-I3. The nexT SaTurday, Homecoming, The Team sTarTed The Tes- TiviTies by beaTing EasT Leyden 33-O. When The Rams meT Willowbrook, The Tur Tlew. Up To This game boTh GE and The Warriors were Tied Tor TirsT place. NeiTher Team scored unTil The second quarTer, when ArT Malm caughT a pass and wenT over The goal-line. The score remained 6-O unTil The lasT quarTer, when Kevin Hanson scored a Touchdown. The lasT Touchdown was Tallied by Tom Sandberg who recovered a blocked punT. The gun wenT oTT wiTh GE ahead I9-O. The sophomores ended The year beaTing Proviso WesT, 20-6, and WesT Leyden, I9-6. Kevin Hanson playing Tailback posiTion provided a con- sisTenT scoring ThreaT, scoring a Touchdown almosT every game. Tom Corcoran, quarTerback, provided a passing ThreaT, keeping The oTTensive sTraTegy well-balanced. De- Tensively, Hank Harrison won honors wiTh 82 Tackles. Ari' Malm was second wiTh 46 Tackles. Row I: Bill Norman, Terry Wrobel, George Johnson, Kevin Warren, Doug Clark, Roger BarTon, Frank GunTe, John Kufer, Roy Romain, Row 2: Jim Brendemuhlh ArT Malm, Willard PayTon, Chris Collins, Lewis Wagoner. Sfeve Kenny. Joe OrTo, Ken Reiss, Rick Mc!-Xndless. Row 3: Larry Bixler, STeve Bogdas, Gary Anderson, Tom Foss, Gary Xi Charles DuBose l64l, Hank Harrison l44l, Kevin Hanson, and John Hayes bring clown Elgin Larkin players near The goal. Sophomore FooTball Scores We 27 ImmaculaTe ConcepTion . . .. 0 20 MorTon WesT ......... .. 0 O Elgin CenTral . . . . 6 27 Downers SouTh . . . . . . I3 33 EasT Leyden ..... . . O I9 Willowbrook .... . . O 20 Proviso WesT .... . . 6 33 WesT Leyden .... . . 0 Konigsfeld, Kevin Hanson, Mike Morris, Ed Mclvlanis, John Davis. Coach GroThe, Row 4: Larry Hnezel, Don Assay, Tom Corcoran, John Hayes, Chuck DuBose, Jay Esh, Terry SmiTh, Tom Sandberg, Hank Harrison, Tom Gambino, Skip Heard. UBL rvuununxiv-,,g,,m ' ea it J V Row I Steve Smith, Frank Grissil, Weston Buttles, Al Woltt, Scott Minister, Tom Morris, Scott Morgan, John Glenn, Doug Watts, Dick Burton, Steve Hall, Jim Pryer, Scott Turyna, Denny Wooten, Mike Daulberg Row 2 AI Schneider, Rich Sandstrom, Wayne Gerlazh, John Gariepy, Jim Mraz, Mike Baily, Bill Maison, Rob Leonett, John Conrad, Neil Neailis, Doug Ries, Wayne Blazen, Doug McGowen, Mike Labelie, Rick Aseltine, Gary Nestler, Ed Rynolds, John Wyzgala, Freshman Football Scores We They I2 Morton West .... .. 6 O Wheaton Central . . . . . I4 O Downers South . . . . . I2 2I East Leyden .. ... O O Willowbrook .. ... 27 0 Proviso West .... . . I4 29 West Leyden . . . . . 6 Mike LaBadie is brought down by one ot West Leyden's players atte making a 5 yard gain tor the trosh team. f Mgr., Row 3 Coach Zimmerman, Coach Ratuzny, Rich Virgilio, Craig McDonnald, Tom Hanlin, Bill McDanial, Dick Sanderson, Rick Person, Paul Mixion, Rick Esch, Pete Reiman, Jim Bemial, Tom Kuball, Mike Chattee, Rich Urbanick, Coach Hansen Row 4 Ron Anestasia, Rick Lueze, Ken Sherman, Mike Powers, Hank Mueller, Bob Blackburn, John Rudins. Stan Polasik, Robby Schneider, Larry Hints, Tim Coppick, Greg Hudlin, Bob Tarranoski, Bill Printy, Jack Legoretta. Frosh team enters conference competition Glenbard East's treshman tootball teams, A and B, entered their tirst year ot conference competition battling with seven other schools in the DesPlaines Valley Conterence tor the tirst place. The "B" team was most successtul, ending the year with a 6-O record and cinching tirst place honors in the DesPIaines Valley Conterence. Although the "A" team didn't place as well, they showed the tight and team spirit that is prevalent in Rams athletic teams. The trosh beat their tirst conterence opponents, Morton West, I2-6. However against Wheaton Central and Downers South. the "A" team suttered two defeats. Snapping back trom the two deteats, the "A" team beat East Leyden, 2I-O. Willowbrook and Proviso West beat the treshman Rams in their next two games. Spectators ot the trosh's last game ot the season saw the "A" team handily beat the West Leyden players 29-6. 0 . ' if T 1 J.- .. 2 : 1 1 Quarlerbaclc Ray Novalr ll0l completes pass for an 8 yard gain in Ram Homecoming viclory against East Leyden. Four G. E. football teams take conference titles Winglaaclc Bob Krause pulls in a pass from quarterback Don Cummings while John Harris l4Ol +hrows key block during the East Leyden game. I' I .,,,,. ., "" -1- . II. E. Kevin Hanson males a I0 yard gain with the help of Tom Corcoran llll during The Elgin Larkin game. Bill Prinfy llll runs 'For a 7 yard gain in +he freshman home game against Proviso Wesf. V f5'i?'4ExT.f mg' , 4 KAR' Qffgahne., .-. 1 .n Y ' , " at .av is T y.-we is Q. ' i -1 I - -5 ATTer a slow sTarT, This year's varsiTy cross-counTry Team ff - - , ' Tinished sTrong, ending The year raTed as The Third besT Team - ' V, in The sTaTe. The ouTsTanding qualiTy of The Team was iTs T greaT deTerminaTion To overcome all hardships. The Rams, r 'TT " won seven dual meeTs while losing only one. According To Coach Dekan, This year's varsiTy squad was ii' is "The besT cross-counTry Team in The hisTory of Glenbard EasT." Five members oT The Team ran 9:48 or beTTer, which - ' was The record Tor The home course esTablished in I964. . Ram harriers overwhelmed The compeTiTion aT The seven- .if V Q Teen-Team Tinley Park InviTaTional, scoring a low oT 27 poinTs. . T A ff, compared To The 76 poinTs The runner-up school scored. 'Ty , li UT' A Glenbard placed second in The Des Plaines Valley conTerence ww .. . Eff' x To deTending sTaTe champion Proviso WesT. Mi ' - D K 1 The Rams qualiTied Tor The STaTe MeeT by Tinishing second - 1 Xx..,,m,, . - To York aT The DisTricT lv1eeT. Glenbard EasT scored l53 poinTs down sTaTe, enabling The Team To capTure Third place " behind York and RockTord Guilford. Seniors Ray Sherry and Dave Truesclell led The way Tor The bunny-chasers. Sherry, The Team capTain, seT The Glen- bard record by running a Tine 9:4-I on The home course. Truesdell, The MosT Valuable Runner, ran a greaT race aT DisTricT, placing second of l68 runners. Ken Lykken, Bob Gardner, and Doug Lalla baTTled each oTher ThroughouT The season. Lykken, in addiTion To winning The Downers SouTh meeT, Tinished Third oT II9 compeTiTors aT The Tinley Park lnviTaTional. Gardner Took TirsT honors aT Willowbrook, and seT The Willowbrook course record of 9:43. Lalla came Through in all The big meeTs. Providing The dep+h ThaT is essenTial in cross-counTry were Bob MOTT, Ron Sholand. and Leif Lindholm. These Three boys conTribuTed many valuable Team poinTs. Bob Gardner lengfhens his sTricle as he nears The Tinish line in a conTerence meeT. Row I Ken Lykken, Bob Gardner, Doug Lalla. LieT Lindholm. Ray Sherry, Al Panzer. Row 2 Coach Dekan, Dave Truesdell, Ron Sholand, John Engman, Bob MoTT, Mgr.. John Lillig. xi ?z"'j - Nil ' T , lil' ti Varsity cross-country has a good year Varsify Cross-Coun+ry Scores We They 22 Glenloarcl Wesl' ... .. .. 34 I5 Morlon Wesf 50 42 Proviso Wesl . . . . . . . I9 I5 SI. Pafriclcs . . . . . . . 48 I5 Wesl Leyden ..... .... 4 8 I5 Downers Sou'rl'1 .... .... 4 8 I5 Eas'I Leyden .... .... 4 9 25 Willowbrook . . .... 47 Ken Lylrlren squinls info flue sun while compefing af a varsi+y harriers meet fi I Dave Truesdell, vofed Mosf Valuable Runner, exhibifs Ihe sfyle 'rlwaf allowed l-aim Io compefe so successfully downshafe. Frosh-Sophomo re Cross-Coun+ry Scores We They 35 Glenbard Wesf .. . .. 24 20 Morlon Wesi' .. 4I 22 Proviso Wesl . . .. . 35 48 Wesl Leyden .... -- I7 33 Downers Soulh . .. . .. 23 20 Hinsdale Soufh 40 I9 Eas+ Leyden ... . . . 44 I9 Willowbrook .. 4l Doug Lalla, varsi+y runner, provides Hue neces- sary puslw for ine cross-counlry runners as he 'rurns info l'l1e lasl corner of GE's home frack. Rowl: Dean Donal, Carl Hansen, Bill Grass, Jim Pelcny, Ronald Lllllgl Row 3, Coach Dalian' Jglm Hall, Kurl- Meyer, Glen Bauer Cl"'l5'f0'll:1 J0l""1 PelmY- Charlie Lallleuf- Pele l-aQ0ClYl. Wayne Moeflie- Gary Remmers. Neil Ellenwood, Carmen Mazzuca, Keifli Licken Andy Row 2: Jurgen Vogel, Leif Lindlnolm, Jim Teague, Jim Jessen, Jim Nappel Dave Amie,-5on,TOm Sobel, Ken Kaergard Baker, Dave Crews. James Harlce, Bill Jaracaris, Charles H. Hall. John ...W ww- .....-- ...W We I e-W',4W- ,, ,,., .. -ne ,rm'.wf-'-1,..1fo-- ,fun ,,.el',.nsv"'.w-,u.mm:,'Th-muwU9':,.prul .uni '..w-'T-f"'eg?-'.:a-2-'e.e...f:-'Wme-r'zeE:'-415:11w'-rei:-e-s1fe:e""s-f'f?ri-r-ff-ff"-eu- ' 4 v nr gvaivlif ..,.,.s,x.-:1,.fi,:g,i? 1,,,-,ge-.,-ff ...W Wm f 2 Coach Delcan Leif Lindholm, Doug Lalla, Bob Gardner, Ron Sholand. Dave Truesdell, BrenT Dumper, and Ray Sherry line up. lusl PVl0P To COmpeTing in The Illinois' STaTe cross counTry meeT, held aT Champaign. AT The sTa+e meeT, The bunny-Chasers +O0lr Third- Varsity Harriers take third in state Glenbard EasT's sophomore cross-counTry Team. under The guidance oT Coach O'Brien finished The'season wiTh seven wins againsT only one deTeaT in dual meeT compeTi- Tion. The sophomores were second in The conference To Downers SouTh. Glenloard narrowly missed The chance To Tie for The crown when Downers scored a very slim vicTory in The conference meeT. LeiT Lindholm, Jim Teague, and Jim Jessen were The Top men on The squad. Lindholm, The Trosh-soph conference champion. and Teague Tied Tor The Dick Brossard Memorial Award. This award is given annually To The ouTsTanding sophomore runner. OTher consisTenT runners were Tom Goble and Glen Bauer. DespiTe Their success in dual meeTs. The sophomores had Their Troubles in major meeT compeTiTion. The Team placed TourTh -aT Tinley Parlc, alThough Lindholm and Jessen finished second and Third, respecTively, of ll9 runners. The Rams Tools a disTanT TiTTh aT The Proviso WesT lnviTaTional. and TourTh aT The DuPage CounTy Run. One of The highlighTs of The season Tor The squad was The Triumph over previously undeTeaTed Proviso WesT. Jim Teague placed The Team in This meeT, copping TirsT place. The TuTure appears brighT Tor nexT year's Team. as many good Treshman runners will be back To head The squad. Ray Sherry presenis To The school The Third place award The cross counTry Team won down sTaTe. ...Ap S 2 Rick Chana aifempfs fo sink fhe ball and bring in anoilner Two poinfs againsf Easf Leyden. Randy Mafeling blocks a Wesi' Leyden feam mem- ber from making a basket Downers Soufh player fouls Jim Roberfs as he aifempis fo melee a shot i i4 A a M A,,,n4" Tom Voslcuil brings in anofher poinf by making a free ihrow during fhe Downers Soufh game. Varsity Rams gain experience Varsiiy Rams warm up before ihe home baskeiball game againsf Wed Leyden. -sci '. ,,,.., ,., , . I M ff' Jim Rolcerfs lakes careful aim before execufing a shof during The home game agains+ Easf Leyden. Va rsiry Baslcerball Scores They We 7l Proviso Wesl . . . . . 66 66 Wesl' Leyden . 65 79 Rich Cenlral . . . . . . 66 48 Wesr Leyden . . . .. 49 69 Proviso Wesf . . . . . . 53 58 Willowbrook .... . . . 50 66 Morlon Wesf .. . .. . 77 68 Easr Leyden . . . . . . 51 59 Morlon Wesf ... . .. 57 56 Willowbrook ... . . . 52 68 Naperville .... . . . 72 58 Lalce Parlc ...... . .. 62 73 Glenbard Wes? ... ... 62 59 Blue Island ..... . .. 80 55 Downers Soufh .... 86 48 Downers Sou+h .... 85 74 Easr Leyden .... . . . 57 Row I: Manager Bob Pederson, Coach Andersen, Coach Weber, Coach Zigman, Manager Wayne Kelder. Row 2: Neil Hoglund, Don Finnie, Don WenTzlaTT, Doug Beahl, Jim RoberTs, Don Dahlgren, Randy MaTeling, Rich Chana, Jerry Sharlou, Tom Voslcuil, John Espenmiller, Don Beihl, Bob Pine. Varsity Rams gain experience Losing seven oT Their sevenTeen scheduled games. The varsiTy baslceTball Team encounTered especially sTrong com- peTiTion in The Des Plaines Valley Conference. Wi+h Their only varsiTy experienced player gone The Rams relied heavily upon juniors as well as The seniors. Mr. Weber, head coach during Coach STevenson's sab- baTical leave, aTTempTed To build a Team Tor nexT year's compeTiTion and provide iuniors varsiTy experience. Several games were losT by iusT Two or Three poinTs, indicaTing ThaT nexT year's Rams should be conTenders. DeTeaTed in Their TirsT Three conTesTs, The Rams deTeaTed WesT Leyden, 49-48, in a closely conTesTed game. However. The Rams were deTeaTed Twice again beTore finally winning a second game. Losing The TradiTional game wiTh Glenbard WesT, 73-62, The Rams surveyed The compeTiTion Tor The regional games. AT The end oT The season The Rams posTed a 7-I0 overall and 4-8 conference records, leaving The Rams in 4-Th place in The Des Plaines Valley Comcerence sTandings. Individual honors were won by Jim RoberTs, senior, and Randy MaTeling, sophomore. RoberTs, who played Torward, won an all-conTerence berTh and MaTeling won Honorable lv1enTion. In Regional play, The Rams losT Their game To WheaTon CenTral, which made The SweeT SixTeen ranks in sTaTe com- peTiTion. Ram Doug Beahl lefs go of a jumper over The hands of his Downers SouTh opponenTs in a GE vicTory. i 'K-. 'dar ...,gl Dave Ghilardi looks on as Jim Wallace fakes a fump sho? from I5 feel in lhe game aqainsi Easr Leyden. Junior, Slrip Caldwell shoois for iwo poinis, over ouisfrelched hands of Downers Soulh opponenfs. Junior Varsify Baskefball Scores We They 42 Proviso Wesr . . . . . . . 58 42 Wesr Leyden . . . . . . . 43 52 Proviso Wesi' . . . . . . 54 57 Willowbrook .... .... 7 l 51 Morfon Wesr . . . . . . 66 53 Morion Wesr ... ... 63 Sl Willowbrook .. . .. 65 76 Naperville ...... . . . . . 39 58 Easi Leyden ............ . . . 56 70 Downers Grove Norrh . . . . . . 45 49 Blue Island .......... .. . 30 66 Morron Wesf .... .... 7 7 60 Downers Soulh .... . . . 57 62 Downers Soufh . . . . . . 4-I 46 Easr Leyden . . -.- 53 JV 'forward Jim Wallace afiempfs a high fump sho? over ihe oul- sfrefched arm of his Wesl Leyden opponent ,asfei J J hMjM,.,..f',--...a -W V l X ,BV 1' ,.,a"""77! J-VM I I als TP' Row I: Dominick Pulice, Sam Bass, Skip Caldwell, Tim Pederson, Al Deferf. Row 2: Coach Weber, Dave Ghilardi, Jim Wallace. Joe Obucina. Paul Lindsey. . V Cagers face rough competition Losing The maiorify of Their lasT year's players To The varsify, The JV squad produced a disappoinTing 3-8 con- ference record. One brighfer noTe was a 7-8 overall record. proving -ThaT The Des Plaines Valley Conference provides rough compeTiTion. Dropping Their firsT seven conference games To Proviso Wesf, WesT Leyden, Willowbrook, and Morfon WesT, The JV's finally won Their eighTh game againsf Naperville, a non-conference Team. The JV also beaT Their nexT six opponenTs, The bulk of which were non-conference opponenfs. UnforTunaTely, The Rams began clicking during These non-conference games. resulTing in a poor conference sfanding. Snapping The JV's winning sfreak. EasT Leyden defeafed The Rams 53-46 in The lasT game of The season. Players Thaf added To GE's defensive and offensive aTTack were Skip Caldwell, Paul Lindsey, and Joe Obucina. Dom Pulice Takes a lump shof in The game againsf Downers SouTh. -.. ,. -W W-Lii'3s.E 113' Row I: Dennis Gallagar. Sfeve Bcgdas, Jeff Wood, Terry Neuerf, Mike Kennedy. Row 2: Jim Palinscar. Mark Smifh. Pal' Moore, Jerry Brooks, Dave Porfer. Dick Bernhardf, Wayne Fisher. Row 3: Coach Zigman, Keifh Acker, Bob Krefz, Tom Cor- coran, Bruce Sorenson. John Inferlandi. Mike Morris. Kev- in Acker. Sophomore Baskefball Scores They GE They GE 30 Wheafon Norfh . . . . . 58 50 Easi' Leyden . . . . . . 98 40 Proviso Wesf . . . . . . 29 45 Wesf Leyden . . . . . . 59 43 Wesf Leyden . . .. 73 65 Willowbrook .. . . .. 40 40 Rich Cenfral . . . . . . 64 49 ivlorfon .... . . . . . 58 45 Easl' Leyden .. ... 59 37 Willowbrook ... ... 57 62 Hinsdale Soufh ..... . 69 35 Lake Park ....... ... 56 53 Hinsdale Soufh .... . .. 52 49 Glenbard Wesf .... 42 20 Downers Soufh .... . . . . . . . . . 72 Dave Porfer helps Jerry Brooks pull down anofher rebound in game againsf Easf Leyden. in conference basketball Posfing an enviable I I-4 overall win-loss record and a 7-2 conference record, Coach Zigman's sophomore baskefball feam ended fhe season wifh a second place sfanding in fhe Des Plaines Valley conference. GE's sophomore feam beaf fheir firsf opponenf, Wheafon Norfh, 53-307 buf losf fheir second game againsf a confer- ence confender Proviso Wesf, 40-29. Beafing Wesf Leyden 73-43, Rich Cenfral 64-40, Easf Leyden 59-45, and Hinsdale Soufh 69-62, fhe sophs losf fo Hinsdale Soufh in a second game, 53-52. However, fhe Rams popped righf back affer fhe defeaf and beaf Downers Grove Soufh 72-20, Easf Leyden 98-50. and Wesf Leyden 59-45, before losing fo neighboring Wil- lowbrook 65-40. Finishing up fhe season fhe soph cagers defeafed Morfon Wesf 58-49. Willowbrook 57-37, and Lake Park 56-35, before dropping fhe lasf game fo rival Glenbard Wesf feam 49-42. Bolh freshman leams, A and B, lurned in excellenl records of I3-2 and I5-0, respeclively. ln conference compelilion bolh lhe A and B squads won all of lheir scheduled games. Sfarfing lhe season off lhe A 'leam delealed ils firsl opponenls Proviso Wes? and Wesl' Leyden. before losing lo Hinsdale Soulh and Whealon Cenlral. The frosh A squad laler defealed Easl Leyden. Downers Soulh, Wesl Leyden, Willowbrook, and Morlon Wesl, and losl lo Glenbard Wesl' and Whealon Cen'l'ral. The B squad defealed all of ils opponenls and never was seriously lhreafened. ln lheir firsl game, againsl Proviso Wesl, The frosh leam ran away wilh The score, lriumphing 7l-2l. Allhough in mosl of lhe following games lhe B Team did no'l enjoy such a wide poinl spread, lhe B squad's score in each game dwarfed lhe opponen+'s score wilh plenly of comforlable margin. Bolh leams finished iirsl in conference slandings and lurned in lhe besl performance of any of lhe G.E. baskel- ball leams. Frosh Baske+ball Scores We They 54 Proviso Easl . . . . . . 35 6l Wesl Leyden .... ... 39 62 Hinsdale Soulh . . . . . . 38 49 Whealon Cenlral '. .. . . . 5l 44 Easl Leyden ..... . . . 45 47 Glenbard Weslf . .. ... 28 63 Easl Leyden ...... . . . 34 bl Hinsdale Soulh .... ... 25 78 Downers Soulh . . . 3l 53 Glenbard Wesl ... 39 63 Wesl Leyden ... 27 48 Willowbrook ...,........ ....... ........ 3 6 Row l: Pele Lagocki, Wally Schullz, Jerry McNair, Jack Legorella, Bill McDaniel, Charlie LaFleur. Row 2: John Smilh, Kurl' Van Meyer, Jim Kulbeda, Rich Urbaniclc, Roger Hager, Jim Marz, Mike Labadie, Doug McGowen. Row 3: v Freshman Howie Feddema lakes a iump shol from 6 feel' in lhe Ram game versus Wesl- Leyden. Frosh boast best Ram record Coach Andersen, John Feeley, Mike Powers, Doug Ries. Scoll Jensen, Howie Feddama, Bob Yellon, Mike Pederson. Mike Baily ,Ev i SXX4 i2 Roger Reynell gains valuable poinls againsf a Downers South feam member. Varsify Wreslling We They 23 Glenbard Wesl . . . . . . I9 8 Easl Leyden .... . . 33 45 Elgin .......... . . 3 35 Morlon Wesl' .... . . I I 79 Whealon Norlh .. . . 5l 27 Wesl Chicago . . . . . 2I 22 Proviso Wes? .... . . 22 29 Willowbrook .... .. I5 36 Downers Soulh . . . . . 7 5 Wesf Leyden .... . . 36 40 Fenlon ....... . . 8 Tom Harfung brealrs down his Downe-rs Soufh opponenf in a conference meet olfdbwlwfvmig, Row I. Ed Merschong Roger Reynell Tom Siewa,-it Dave Gunn' l-lemmerich, Bob Pryor, Hank Harrison, Tom WesT, Coach George Mike Scalzo, Tom l-larTung. Row 2: Al lsadore, Doug ElToT'T, Mike I-Iemmerich takes second in state championship VarsiTy wresTling Team capTured 4Th place in The Des Plaines Valley ConTerence wiTh an overall record OT 8-2-I and a conTerence record of 2-2- l . The varsiTy grapplers deT'eaTed Their TirsT opponenT, Glenbard WesT, 23-I9 and The season looked raTher brighT. l-lowever, in conference cornpeTiTion a sTrong EasT Leyden Team deTeaTed The Rams 33-8. Following This cleTeaT The Rams loeaT six opposing Teams: Elgin, 45-37 MorTon WesT, 35-ll: WheaTon NorTh, 79-5l7 WesT Chicago 27-2lg Willowbrook, 29-15: and Downers Grove SouTh, 36-7. They also Tied Proviso WesT, 22-22. WesT Leyden, in The lasf conlierence maTch, beaT The Rams, 36-5. ln The lasT scheduled maTch, The Rams avenged Their deTeaT upon FenTon, 40-8. Individual honors were received by Dave Gunn, who wresTled I2O and won 3rd in The DisTricT meeT ancl Mike Hemmerick, l54-, who capTured second place TiTle in The sTaTe. Mike Hemmerich and Dave Gunn pracTice before The regional meeT ,pw Row I: Keifh Krueger, Jim Celebron, Sieve Slcclr, John Harris, Dan Cox, Jim Davis, Ron Nesler: Row 2: Dean Sveililc, Scoll' Douglas, Greg Junior Varsify Wreslling Score We They 49 Elgin ......... . . O 26 Morlon Wesl .... .... I 8 26 Downers Norlh . . . . . . .2I 34 Proviso Wesl . . . . . 6 43 Downers Soulh . . . . 5 I6 Wesl' Leyden .. ,,,, 27 Ram Dan Cox execufes a perfecf wresfling hold against a Panfher opponent ....,,.,,,L . V , , .A I .sw , ' Wilhiie, John Olsen, Dan Faulkner, Pele Oehler, Manager Dace Koonce, Coach George. . V. wrestlers boast good season Junior Varsily wresllers, compeling againsl only a few schools won live of 'lhe six malches. Prediclably, The JV's displayed The usual good abililies found in all GE wres+lers, which enabled lhenn Io record Ihis slanding. Againsl fairly slrong opposilion, GE bear Elgin, Morlon Wesl, Downers Grove Norlh, Proviso Wesl, and Downers Grove Soulh in lheir lirsl five marches. Wesl Leyden in Jrhe lasl malch of Ihe season gave fhe grapplers Iheir only deleal, bearing GE 27-I6. One of Ihe mosl' imporlanl' dulies of 'Ihe JV 'leam was 'lo help keep +he varsily wresllers in shape and help 'lhem develop Jrheir winning season. Row I: Dick Barreff, Tim Mahan, Dennis McClure, Roger Gilmore, Tony ca. Kenf Lewis. Sfeve Kenny, Terry Smifh. Gary Anderson, Roger Sang, John Davis. Row 2: Joe McShane, AI Sfreid. Dou'g Clark, Arf Barfon, Bruce Moore. Coach Grofhe. Malm, Skip Heard. Row 3: Sieve Alexander, Slcip Person, Ray Lafroni- Sophomore wrestlers take fifth in conference Glenbard Easf's sophomore wresfling feam, posfing a 8- S0pI'lOmOre Wresfling SCOFSS 3-I overall record and a 2-3-I conferehce record, finished Th fhe year in 5+h place of fhe Des Plaines Valley Conference. We - ey i The Sophs, under Coach Grofhe, began fhe season wifh 23 PFOVISO WeSi - - - - - -26 a close mafch wifh Proviso Wesf, who beaf fhe Rams 26- 24 Whoofon Norfh ,,,, . . .22 23. Throwing off fhis defeaf, fhe Sophs defeafed Wheafon 42 H- d I S HW I . l I2 Norfh 24-22: Hinsdale Soufh 42-IZ: Elgin 42-6: Morfon 42 Ellris a e Ou 6 wee 27-26: and wee Chicago 43-lo. gm """""' "' Willowbroolcs sophomores ended 'rhe Ram's winning 27 Morfon Wesf "" 'H26 sfrealc wifh a 28-20 vicfory. 43 Wesf Chicago . . . . . . I0 In fhe remaining mafches, fhe Rams beaf Downers Grove 20 Willowbrook ,,,,, ,, .28 Soufh, 3I-I67 Glenloard Wesf, 30-Zl: and Fenfon, 39-II, 3' Downers Soufh ...Ib However, fhe sophomore feam suffered a defeaf from Wesf Leyden 26-I6 and fied wifh Easf Leyden 23-23. lb Wesf Leyden I "" ' ' '26 30 Glenbard Wesf .... . . .2I 23 Easf Leyden .... . . .23 39 Fenfon ..... . . . I I Tom Gambino crushes his opponenf from Easf Leyden. 5:42513 . M . I Q ' f ' 552 ScoT Tyrin gains poinTs while riding an Easf Leyden opponent F rosh grapplers take conference Freshman Wresfling Scores We They 32 Proviso WesT ..... ,,,, I 2 26 Glenbard Wesf . . . . . . .24 26 EasT Leyden ..... ,,,, 2 4- 35 lv1orTon WesT ,,.,I9 4l WesT Chicago . . . . . . .I l 53 Downers Grove ... . . . 5 22 Willowbrook ..... ,.,, 2 O 3I Downers SouTh ....l7 34 Wesf Leyden .... .... I 4 5l l:enTon ....... , , , 2 Freshman WresTling Team. Row I: Jim Pekny, ScoTT Tyrna, Al Wolff, Larry Hinfz. Dick Sanderson, Paul Miksan, Neal Nealis, Tim Coppock Row 2: Mgr. Doug WaTTs, Jack Pekny, Tom Morris. Doug McLean Bob Tarranoski, Bennie Kukeck, Gary NesTler, Bill Malson, Connie Salios Learning The various wresTling holds and counTers showed resulTs for The freshman wresflers as They finished Their firsT compeTiTive year wiTh a IO-O overall record, and a 7-O conference record, earning The Frosh lsT place in The Des Plaines Valley Conference. Coached by Mr. Adam HolTz, The frosh grapplers de- feaTed Their firsf opponenT, Proviso WesT. 32-IZ. Through- ouf The year, The frosh Rams beaT all buf Three opponenTs by aT leasT I4 poinTs. This poinT spread is sufficienf To illus- TraTe The credifable performances of The frosh Team. GE's freshman wresflers ran inTo sTiTf compeTiTion againsf EasT Leyden, Glenbard WesT, and Willowbrook. All Three opposing Teams came wifhin Two poinTs of The Frosh Team's scores. As The year ended. Glenbard EasT beaT FenTon in The lasT mafch of The l965-66 season, 5 I -2. PaT Doddy. Mgr. Bill Ness. Row 3: John Glenn, STeve Hall, Dick BurTon, John Meek, Ed Reiger, Tom Hanlon, Bob Blackburn, Tom Crosskoff, John Lay. Dick Blackburn, Rick Virgilo, John Guilfoyle, Mgr. Bill Wahl, Coach Adam HolTz. I' Mike Hemmerich, who received 2nd place in Sfafe compefiiion in fha I54 Ib. class, demonsiraies a basic wresfling posifion, 'fha open sfance. Scoif Douglas, iunior. grips his opponenf in a double-leg fakedown. Lf' E9 sv.: 2 a Doug Elfofi, senior, grimaces as he brings his opponeni down +o fhe mai' In a suc- cessful fakedown. Ray Carnahan execufes a handsfand wilh near perfecl' form on fhe sfill rin s dur- Q ing lhe meef wilh Easf Levden. High scorer Ray Repp execules a full 'rwisf dismounl' from lhe slill rings in lhe Easl Leyden meel. Chips Lidiclcer performs his side horse rouiine a+ The Downers Soufh meer wilh form lhal ranked him fifth in shale on fhe side horse. A Q ,. X A Rams irampolinisf Larry Ahlgrim 'lhro GE meef wil-h Willowbrook. WS a flip clu ring fhe Row I: Ross Bauer, Dan Marlin, Bill Youmans. Greg Price Dave Mondo. Row 2: Roger O'Con- nell, Ray Carnahan, Paul Raus- kin, Marry Olsen, John Hughes. Ray Repp, Larry Alhgram, Don McClory, Chips Liclicker. Varsity gymnastics soars to second place Varsiiy Gymnasfics Scores We They We 80 Glenbard Wes'r . .. ..... 45 88 73 Thornion .... . . . ..... 59 35-5 89.5 Hinsdale ...... ..... 4 2.5 80 73 Proviso Wesi . . . .---- 59 78 88 Rich Ceniral ..... ..... 4 4 7I 83 Wesi Rockford .... ..... 4 9 66.5 87 Wesr Leyden . . . ..... 45 64.5 Turning in an excelleni I3-I record, Glenbard Eas+'s var- siiy gymnasiic ream finished ihe year in second place, fol- lowing Willowbrook, which was ihe only ieam 'io deieai 'ihe Rams. Glenbard Easr siarred ihe season againsi Their sisier- school, Glenbard Wesr. Following ihis viciory, ihe Rams conrinued io defeai' 'iheir opponenis uniil ihe lasi meei, which was againsi Willowbrook. Running info rough compeiiiion againsi York High School, The gyrnnasis won by a scani' one-poini margin, 66.5 'ro 65.5. This rnaich was evenly balanced in ihe individual abiliries of ihe iwo reams and noi uniil ihe lasi eveni, Tumbling, did 'rhe Rams finally pull ahead and win. Willowbrook, conference champs, deieaied GE's ieam by 'ihree poinis and served as a cons+an+ blockade io Glen- bard Easfs plans in rhe disirici' meer. ln siaie compeiiiion, GE ranked lO+h in siandings. In- dividual gymnasis who produced excelleni performances were: Chips Lidicker, Srh in Horizonial Bar: Marry Olson. 6+h in Rings: Ray Carnahan, I0ih in Rings: and Ross Bauer. Sih in Tumbling. They Oak Lawn .---59 Easr Leyden . . ---- 46-5 Maine Souih .... --.- 5 2 Barringion ....... .--- 5 4 Wheaion Ceniral . . . . - - -bl York ............ . . .65.5 Willowbrook .... .--- 6 7.5 Junior Marry Olson aH'emp+s ihe olympic cross in Willow- brook meef wifh form ihai earned him number six spoi' on fhe rings in ihe Siaie Meer. ce: 6 ig, If z,:?31:Lji,f 4 ' 5, ...-...-v-0. ,..- 0. 7 . ,-.Q--Q 6' R 0' , V2 .aqua-uv ' , . l' J-ll! yi Row I: Dick Johnson, Sieve Borges, Jesse Zamora, Mike Huml, Ed Waiers. Row 3: Jeff Boiloms, Ken LaPrall, Wayne Blasen, Mike Dahl- James, Rich Keogh, Greg Anderson, Jim Wiiimore, Dave Anderson. berg, Scoii Siapeion. Brian Fergeson, Jim Boldebuck, Dennis Kreici, Row 2: John Ellis, Tom Audia, Barry Brooks, Keiih Warren, Chris John- Loren Ruhnow, Scoii Buege son, Rob Rouger, Bob Rouger, Bob McClure, Joe Moncini, Carier Frosh-Soph Gymnasfics Scores We They We Tl'eY 70 Barringion .. ..... 62 63 Hinsdale ...... '.. ... . .67 59.5 Maine Souih .... ..... 7 3 64 Proviso WGST - - - - - - - -68 76.5 Rich Ceniral . . . ..... 55.5 67.5 Willowbrook - - - - - - - -64-5 56 Willowbrook .... . . .76 77 Hinsdale ...... .... . 55 65 Glenbard Wesi .. . ..... 67 67 Wesi Leyden .... . . . . .65 90 Proviso Wesi' . . . ..... 42 46 York ......... . . . . .86 83 York ...... . .. ..... 49 78.5 Easi Leyden ... .....53.5 62 Thornion . . ..... 70 Fresh-Soph gains needed experience GE's Frosh-Soph gymnasis recorded a 7-8 overall record. learning +he various rouiines and siunis 'lhai are required of gymnasis. Alihough ihe season was average in 'lhe record book, +he gymnasis eniered each meel' wiih admirable de- ierminaiion and spirii. Winning iheir iirsi meei 70-62, GE compeied againsi Barringion in a dual meei. However, ihe ieam losi ihe nexi maiches againsi Maine Souih, Rich Ceniral, Willowbrook. and Glenbard Wesr. During ihe resi of ihe season GE was deieaied only four iimes, by Thornion, Hinsdale, Proviso Wesi' and York. The Rams cleieaied Willowbrook, Hinsdale Souih, Wesi Leyden and Easi Leyden in dual meeis. Sophomore gymnasi Dave Anderson exhibiis near perfeci form in one of several sirengih siunis in his rouiine. -L 'Nw ' A Ram gymnas'r John Hughes begins his roulino on fhe sfill rings in Easf Leyden meef. Sophomore Dale Day mee? wiih Easf Leyden. performs are Senior Rog O'Connell execuies full hip circle in his rourine during fhe meei with Willow- brook lhe parallel bars during conference 5 ,Q """1Q4 N -3 wil 1 r Varsiiy Track Scores Varsily Indoor Naperville . . Wheeling .... Morfon Easl' . Bloom ....... Wesr Leyden , Varsily Oulcloor Glenbard Wes? l-linclale ..... Neal Scheben lunges off fhe siarhng blocks durung +l'1e Varsuly Track Conference Mee+ held af Glenbard Easf A , .... .Q Row. I: lFronTl Douq Lalld. Brian JOl1f1ST0f1. Ray Sherry, Mike Hem- Lowell Benson, Corky Kellan, Bob Sfephenson. Row 3: Mr. Ryan. Dave merich. Dave Inglis. Bob Gardner. Row 2: Neil Falconer, John Espen- Larsen, Bob MoTT, John Rouse, Craig Parker, John Engmen, Rick miller, Ron Degnan, Ron Sholand, George Vanicek. Dave Truesdell. Chana, Dale Richardson, Dick Gerlach, Neal Scheban, Coach Sfevens. Varsity racks up impressive record Dave Inglis exhibiTs form which allowed him To se'r The new school record for sho?-puT. 1 ln The l965 oufdoor season, The VarsiTy Track Team had a successful year. Many previous records were broken in boTh The Track and field evenTs. The Rams gained a greaT deal of experience Thaf will be valuable in The coming' year as nine of The Twelve Top scoring members were iun- iors. Top scorer was John Engman wiTh 72.62 poinTs. Juniors also held second place wifh 68.5 poinfs compiled by Brian Johnsfon. Dave Truesdell. class of '66, was in fourfh place wiTh 64.38 poinfs. There was a Tie for fifTh place, 42.5 poinTs, befween junior Ray Sherry and senior Craig Parker. George Vanicek, l32 poinTsl. Rick Chana l28.7 poinTsl, Bruce Myer l27.5 poinTsl, Neil Falconer l32.2 poinTsl, and Doug Lala l23 poinfsl, compleTe The Top iunior scorers. Among high-scoring seniors were Third place Dave Inglis l65 poinfsl, Craig Parker l42.5 poinfsl, and Neil Scheben l27.5 poinTsl. One of The highlighTs of The season was when Brian Johnsfon broke The records for The 880 and The 440 runs. running Them in one minuTe. 55 seconds, and 50 seconds respecTively. Ray Sherry provided anofher highlighf when he ran The mile in four minuTes, 32.6 seconds, and The Team of Dave Truesdell. Ray Sherry, Doug Lalla, and Brian Johnsfon ran The Two mile relay in eighT minuTes, 4.6 seconds. lmporTanT record-breakers in field evenfs occurred when Rick Chana broke previous records wiTh a high lump of six feeT, one inch. Dave Inglis puT The'shoT 54 feeT Three inches, and Dick Gerlach Threw The discus l5l feeT, seven inches. Glenbard EasT did well in conference compeTiTion, com- ing in firsT in a Triple meeT wiTh Wheafon and Naperville, and coming in second in a Triple meeT wiTh York- and La- Grange. The Rams finished firsT in The Glenbard Easf re- lays wiTh 93 poinfs, and second in The UpsTaTe Eighf Con- ference. ' II9 as .Ml 'S'-ml, 'f 4 Fresh jump into , 1 l , U u conference competition Jim Sodersfrom shows good hugh pumping form In fhus sequence of phofos as lil he siaris his iump, l2l he clears ihe bar, and l3l he is in midair over fhe bar. S is 5 S fe ei fff' I20 We 37.5 55 58 63 We 68.5 84 64 58 22 38 69 40 Frosh Track Scores They La Grange .... 62.5 York .......... .... 4 7 Glenbard Wesf . .. .. . .63 Naperville .... .... 6 l.5 Wheaion ... .. ...,.28.5 Hinsdale .................... .... 5 5 Sophomore Track Scores They Naperville . . . .... 3l.5 Wheeling .... .... I 6 Morfon Easf .... .... 3 6 Glenbard Wesi' . . . . . . .33 York .......... .... 6 9 Bloom ....... .... 8 8 Wes? Lyden .... .... 3 I Glenbard Wes+ ... ----60 as , ,C ' , ,Jil Q 4' I 2 y I Y yy 1 ffm 0 'ff .flvj y ply lg C1 3? rv T . t Row I: Chuck Kress, STu STanich, Craig Meyer, Jim STark, Neil Ellenwood, Frank Wrobbe, Carmen Mezzica, Tom Goble. Row 2: Tom Adamek, Jim Teague, Larry Dixler, Frank JunTe, Dan SmarT, John Hughes, John Banez, Al AlberTson, PeTe HammerschmidT. Row 3: Mr. Bruckbauer, Jim ForTz, Jim SodersTrom, SCOTT Douglas, Dennis McDowell, Dale Meyer, Kevin Hanson, Rich BarneT, Ed Geihrig. Row 4: John X 3 Hayes, STeve Kenney, Tom Sandberg, Carl Hanson, KeiTh Manning, Jim Jessen, BrendT Dumper, Don Asay. Row 5: Darcy Gray. Bob WaTson, Terry PeyTon, Mike Bercos, Bill Bilbro, Tom Burgess, Paul Luczak, Tom WebsTer, Rick BeckwiTh. Sophomores take first in conference meet Glenbard EasT's sophomore Track Team had a very good season lasT spring. Winning Tive of Their meeTs, They also Took TirsT place in The UpsTaTe EighT ConTerence meeT. Thi Treshmen, Through lack oT experience, did noT Tare as we . High scorer on The sophomore Team was John Banez H3225 poinTsl. Jim SodersTrom i76.75 poinTsl and Chuck Kress l7l.74 poinTsl, boTh oT The sophomore Team, occupied second and Third place. A Treshman, Jim Jessen l7I.25 poinTsl was TourTh on Trosh-soph poinT ToTals. NineTeen oT The TwenTy-eighT sophomore members re- ceived Their leTTers and sevenTeen Treshmen received numerals. Members compleTing The sophomore Team were Tom HoTTrage, Jim Doiron, Tom Burgess, ScoTT Douglas, Ken Lykkenf STeve Collings, Dale Meyer, BrenT Dumper, Jim BarTholomew, Bob WaTson, Paul Luczak, Darcy Gray, Terry PeyTon, Mike Bercos, John Hughes, Dennis Church, Rich BeckwiTh, and manager Tom Adamek. Freshmen who compeTed on boTh The Trosh and soph levels were Leif Lindholm, Jim Jessen, Jim Teague, Terry Wrobel, Kevin Hanson, Larry Bixler, and Don Asay. AddiTional Treshmen included John Hayes, Tom Sand- berg, Frank GiunTi, Tom Goble, Ed Gehrig, Jim STark, Kim Kaergard, STeve Kenny, Bill Bilbro, Jim ForTe, Henry lglarrison, Craig Meyer, Al AlberT. Gary Kline, and Dan marT. Dale Meyer clears The high hurdles during a pracTice session aT Glenbard EasT. Bob Hager sfrelches io reach fhe ball while keeping his foo? on firsi base in an imporfanf varsify game. Ray Novak prepares fo cafch as his opponenl swings in an imporlani GE game with Glenbard Wesf. ff , ff W. 4 1 I ! Ray Novak crouches as one of Naperville's feam members follows through afier a hir ai a varsify baseball game af Lombard Com- mons. Varsiry Baseball Scores We They 5 Downers Grove . . . . . . . 3 7 Willowbrook . . . . 8 3 Elgin Cenfral .. .. I O Wesl Chicago . . . . 0 3 Naperville . .. . . . . 2 7 Aurora Easl' . . ..,. I5 3 Elgin Larkin .. .. 2 I2 Elgin Larkin .... .... I 7 3 DeKalb ,........ .. 2 7 Wheaion Ceniral . . , . . . . I6 4 Wheaion Cenfral . . . . . 3 3 Easl Aurora .... ., I 3 Elgin Ceniral .. .. 2 I I DeKalb ..... . . 8 2 Naperville ... .. 8 Row I: lFronTl Jim Anderson, Hank Lock, Bruce Krumeich, Mike Scalzo, Dave Gunn, Corky Parvin. Row 2: Jeff Kerl, Don Monfqomery, Harry Oehler, Don WenTzloff, Ray Novak. Tom Voskuil, Ed Wrobley. Row 3: Manager. Jim ST. John. Daryl Logan, Ken Parker. John Kerzan Bob Hager, Mike Fiene. Coach Anderson. Rick Schneider. Varsity experiences good year The Glenbard EasT VarsiTy baseball Team posl'ed an im- pressive IO-6-I overall record Tor I965 and leTT The Tough UpsTaTe Eighf Conference wiTh an 8-4 conference record, as co-champs wiTh Elgin CenTral. In non-conference acTiviTy, The Rams downed Downers Grove 5-3, losT The Willowbrook conTesT 8-7, and played a Tough WesT Chicago Team inTo a O-O deadlock. Led by coach Don Andersen, The Rams swepT boTh games from Dekalb, and co-champs Elgin, as The Glenbard EasT VarsiTy ended The season. The Rams enTered The STaTe TournamenT wiTh high hopes. ATTer edging WheaTon l-0: however, The Ram VarsiTy was eliminaTed by arch rivals, Glenbard WesT in a hearTbreaking 6-5 decision. This game ended a highly successful season. The besT in Glenbard EasT hisTory. BoTh iuniors and seniors played on The VarsiTy Squad during The year. ExcellenT piTching by Corky Parvin and Ken Parker and hilTing by senior Harry Oehler and junior Ray Novak was responsible Tor The greaT record. Glenbard EasT player is Tagged by opponent from Glenbard Wesf afffer Taking Too large a lead off base while 'FirsT base coach, Mr. Weber. observes The acTion. Row I: Rick Legorefla. Neil I-Ioglund, Joe Hernandez, Jack Ziebell, Sieve Sfock, John I-Iarris. Row 2: Ron Bloxham, manager, Bob Krause, Mike Morrissey, Bob Schneiber, Don Cummings, Don Finnie, Bob Dropping only four of Their liilfeen games Ihe sopho- more baseball Ieam 'finished Iirsl in Ihe Up-Slaie Eighl con- ference. Siarling Ihe season by beaiing Willowbrook 2-I, 'rhe sophomores rarely ran in'Io lrouble. Their only deleals of Ihe season were served by Elgin Larkin, Elgin Cenlral, Wesl Leyden. and Aurora Easl. Willowbrook, Wheaion Norlh, Naperville, Aurora Easl, Larkin, Dekalb, Wheaion, and Elgin fell Io 'Ihe Ram's players. An eificienl pilching crew and excellenl defensive and offensive players provided Coach Zigman wilh Ihe nec- essary Ialenl for a good Ieam. Tom Voskuil and John Jucobi warm up while rain drenches Ihe regular praclice field. Legorrela. Row 3: Coach George Zigman, John Jacobi, manager, I-larry Knudson, Dick Anderson, Tim Pederson, Jeff Barlles, Jim Walloel. Tom Ekenberg. Sophomores take first in conference Sophomore Baseball Scores We They 2 Willowbrook ... ....I 4 Elgin ........... .... 6 5 Whealon Norlh .... .... 3 6 Naperville ...... .... 4 7 Aurora Easi' . . . . . . .3 4 Larkin ....... .... I 5 Larkin ----6 7 Dekalb --.-2 5 Whealon .... .--- 2 O Wesl Leyden .. ....I 4 Aurora Easl -..-5 7 Elgin ........ .... 6 I3 Dekalb . . ---- 5 I6 Whealon . . ---- O IO Naperville .... '--- 0 Freshman Baseball Scores We 6 Wesl' Chicago 2 Whealon Norlh 5 Fenlon ........ O SI: Charles 3 Whealon . . 5 Wheeling . . . 2 Fenlon ...... 5 Wesl Leyden 7 Wesr Chicago .... I Glenbard Wesl .. I Whealon Norlh 6 Naperville ...... Frosh gain successful season. Row I: Miles Padiliclc, Milce Morris, Jim Kleinedler, Jay Esch, Jim Palincsar Coach Morris Row 2: Greg Zelazelc, Bob Hudon, George Johnson, Norm Edison, Terry Neuerl, Paul Slroberg. Row 3: Chucln ....IO 5 ....6 ....4 ....O ....3 They ...7 ...3 ...0 ...4 ....5 I I Kevin Warren, pilcher, warms up in +he main gym. Winning seven of Iheir Iwelve games, +he 'Frosh base- ball Ieam compleled a fairly successful season. During Ihe firsr hall of Ihe season, rhe Ram's 'iurure did no'r Ioolc foo brigh+. The Irosh Ieam. bealing only Iwo Ieams Ios+,four games 'Io Wes'I' Chicago. Whealon Norlh, SI: Charles, and Wheeling. However Ihe second half of 'rhe season proved Io be much befler. Losing only one of Ihe games +o Wesl Leyden, +he Rams bear Fenlon, Wesl Chicago, Glenloarcl Wesr, Whealon Norlh. and Naperville. DuBose, Ben Blair, Terry Smilh, Jim Wascher, John Eppley, I-Ianlr Harrison. I " Q cs. v W ii J VW V Row ll Tom Befqmdfm. l-drry Day. Rod SCIWUTT. Darrell John Reidel, Lance Yocherer, PaT Fuller. Jack Thompson, Risf. Bruce Sova Row 2: Coach Thompson, Bruce Kmoclc, Rick Dawson' Mg,-, VarsiTy Tennis Scores We They 0 Naperville .. ,,,,, 5 I EasT Aurora .. ,,,, 4 l WesT Aurora ... ,,,,4 2 DeKalb .......... ,,,, 3 Q Q I Larkin ............ ....4 Tennls team reta111s l WheaTon CenTral . . . . . , .4 2 Elgin ............ .... 3 o 0 most of ltS membership Pai Fuller exhibifs good 'Form as he relurns a volley. during varsily Tennis praclice. Q N. ...--"""M ---"""'-1 Glenbard EasT's l965 VarsiTy Tennis Team suffered a disappoinTing season Tinishing eighTh in The UpsTaTe Eigh+ conference wiTh a record of one win and TourTeen deTeaTs. High scorer in singles maTches on Coach Thompson's squad in conTerence play was Jack Thompson wiTh a 2-2 record. Following were John Reidel ancl PaT Fuller wiTh I-2 and I-3 record respecTively. In doubles compeTiTion The Team oT Jaclc Thompson and PaT Fuller recorded an ex- cellenT score of 2-O. The besT score regisTered by any doubles Team or individual on The Team. Wl1a'l' The coming season will hold only Time will Tell, buT The Taces will essenTially be The same wiTh some mem- bers oT The Frosh-Soph Team ioining The reTurning leTTermen. Refurning sophomores Jan Heckman and Fred Toff led fhe I965 Frosh-Soph Tennis feam fo an overall conference rec- ord of 8-7. Under fhe coaching of Mr. Peisfrup, fhe feam fook fourfh in conference compefifion and in fhe conference meef. During fhe conference playoffs, freshman Mark Smifh made a sfarfling vicfory over his opponenfs, pockefing firsf place in Easf's fhird singles posifion. Also refurning from fhe '64 season was Sophomore Bruce McClure, who, wifh Fred Toff, composed Glenbard Easf's firsf doubles posifion for fhe conference meef, where fhey secured a second place ribbon. The remainder of fhe Glenbard Easf fennis feam in- cluded sophomores Tom Toff, Joe Marfinez, Bob Schroeder, Paul Manoff and David Vail and Freshmen Wayne Moerke, Dennis McClure, Rich Scheiblauer, Dave Robinson, Mike Schrader, Kevin Acker, Keifh Acker, Frank Neff, John Keeley and David Bird. Wifh such a promising record, hopes for good varsify and frosh-soph feams nexf year are high. Nine members of fhe frosh-soph feam will be refurning fo play on varsify level. Coming back for frosh-soph feam will be refurning fo play on varsify level. Coming back for frosh-soph com- pefifion will be eleven experienced middle classmen. Wifh fhe addifion of any new members, bofh feams appear fo be approaching an even beffer year 'rhan fhe lasf. Pai Fuller, varsify fennis player, swoops low fo refurn a shof during feam pracfice as Bruce Knock looks on. Frosh-Soph team shows promising effort Row I: Jack Crippen, Dennis McClure, Joe Marfinez, Wayne Moerke, Paul Mannoff, Jan Hackman Row 2: -- . s'Tr'ii". .i--,E2f1i.1':21'i1ggii'lr ."Wi'J"K'-B-gi:fvizfwilskifwii.2311 ii' 1 1' ' - ,, ,. ..... .ie - ,. . , Dave Vail, Frank Neff, Mark Smifh, Tom Toff, Bruce McClure, Fred Toff, Bob Schroeder, Rick Scheiblauer. We I88 I75 337 I72 34I 343 I79 337 I7I I75 332 354 I65 364 335 .-var' Junior Tom Johnston lines up a tee shot during a varsity golt practice. Glenbard East's Varsity Golt Team' tinished with a tie tor seventh place in conference competition and seventh in the conference meet, held at Aurora. Under the guiding hand ot Coach George Dekan, East's Varsity Golt squad won three ot the first tour matches. With this tremendous beginning, hopes tor a good year grew, but, as the season progressed, it became apparent that this was their growing year. Varsity Golt Scores They Proviso West ........ ..... I 69 Riverside Brookfield .. . .... . I79 Wheeling ........... ..... 3 65 St. Charles ........ ..... I 80 Glenbard West .... ..... 3 28 Lake Park ....... ..... 3 37 Larkin ......... ..... I 63 Willowbrook . . . ..-- -32I Dekalb ...... ..... I 65 West Leyden . ----- I60 Aurora East . . . ---- -3I5 Wheaton .... ----- 3 56 Elgin ........ -.--' I 63 West Aurora .. ----- 2I6 Naperville ........ .... ...... 3 2 3 Varsity golf team participates in Aurora meet Hew Hopkins and Tom Johnston the two leading golfers on the varsity team', were voted the most valuable players ot the I965 season. The Rams did Iack experience since Rex Miller, team captain, was the only returning Ietterman. Glenbard East's' Varsity GoIt team Iettermen with their overall averages tor nine holes were I-Iew Hopkins, 42.I8: Tom Johnston, 44.I: Rex Miller, 44.31 Jim Goetz, Bob I-IeIIer, and John Neitzke tinishing Iast. Varsity Golf Team members are: Coach Dekan, Tom Johnston, Jim Goetz, Bob I-IeIIer, John Neitzke. Hew Hopkins. Frosh-Soph Golf Scores We They I82 Proviso Wesf ....... , , , l79 l90 Riverside Brookfield ... ,,,, ,I86 377 Wheeling .......... ,,,,, 3 30 I83 Sf. Charles ....... ,, , I98 364 Glenloard Wesf . .. ,,,, ,337 376 Lake Park ...... ..... 3 66 193 Larkin ....... ,,,,, 2 36 375 Willowbrook . . . .... .362 l85 Dekalb ....... . . . ISO I89 Wesf Leyden . ..... 204 360 Aurora Easf .... ..... 3 56 378 Wheafon ..... ..... 3 90 l80 Elgin .......... ..... I 92 378 Wesf Aurora ... .... .364 364 Naperville .... ..... 3 47 Fresh-Soph take third at conference meet Under fhe experienced direcfion of Coach George Dekan, fhe Frosh-Soph golf feam finished fourlh in conference compefifion and fhird in.fhe conference meef held af Aurora. Alfhough fhe feam ended fhe season wifh an unimpres- sive overall conference record. much can be said for fhe spirif and good sporfsmanship displayed by fhe feam. The Frosh-Soph combined fhe experience of sophomores Tom Black and Jim Shuffler wifh fhe abilify of sophomore Randy Spears and freshman Dennis Gallagher fo win fwo ouf of fhe lasf four mafches. The overall average of each feam member for nine holes were as follows: Tony Black, headed fhe lisf wifh a 47.8, followed by Jim Shuffler, l47.2l. Randy Spears, l47.95l, Mike Gray, l48.0l, John Shuffler, l48.57l, and Dennis Gallagher. l50.6l. These golfers all received fheir afhlefic awards. Varsily Cheerleaders are: Row I: Ginny Godfrey, Jackie Osborne, Row 2: Linda Evans. Lynn Osfrowski, Carla Tramarco Cheerleaders boost Ram enthusiasm Varsify cheerleaders lead "Rams Greaf' afler a viclory againsl Downers Soullw. yyhh x N , kk ., ,,,. .,,. ..., my Law Junior VarsiTy Cheerleaders are: Row I: Judy Larm, Jan Moore. Row 2: Gayle Cunningham, Diane Brenner, Suzy Beavers. During each OT The VarsiTy and Junior VarsiTy TooTloall and baslceTball games, The Ten cheerleaders Trom Glenbard EasT led The crowd's cheers and exhibiTed The necessary sporTsmanship on The sidelines, while The aThleTes played. The cheerleaders cheered and urged Coach Lovin's TooT- ball players onTo vicTory, unTil The undeTeaTed season was over and The Rams capTured lsT place in The conTerence. During basl4eTball season, The cheerleaders showed Coach Weber and his Team ThaT The Team was supporTed, irregard- less of The score and The ouTcome oT The game. PracTicing Their various cheers, The cheerleaders sTayed aTTer school several Times a weelc under The experT eye oT Miss Tavlin, Their adviser. Miss Tavlin was aided by Barb Bullard. cheerleading Team manager. The cheerleaders were more closely linked wiTh Pep Club acTiviTies This year, and TogeTher They sponsored several money-raising acTiviTies. AT a summer workshop held under The auspices oT The NaTional Cheerleading AssociaTion Summer Cheerleading Camp, The cheerleaders were awarded lsT place ribbons Tor each oT The nine evenTs, which were composed of skill TesTs. Suzy Beavers leads The underclassmen in a cheer during The winTer sporTs pep rally. U 0 ,, A iw. , mr. . ,7., , . ,W Row I: Karen Borgerson, Daryl Beiers, Peg McDonnell, Karen Woionilci York Row 3 Linda Conrad Carol Hallerberg Barb Shamberger Pam Row 2: Carol Wafers, Lynn McKay, Barb Smifh, Linda Biondi, Sue Zeedylr Mary Aplce Ellen Gouldsberry Judy Larm Linda Heller Feeling +ha+ girls as well as boys should be offered a chance +0 par+icipa+e in sporfs aclivilies ou'rside of P.E. classes, G.A.A., The Girl's A+hlei'ic Associalion, offered inferesfed members and non-members The chance +o com- pefe in various sporis. Archery, lennis, bowling, badminlon, field hoclcey, gymnasrics, and baskelball were 'lhe affer- school inlramural programs GAA offered. lnrerscholaslic compelilion was offered for only members: however, area high schools were included in lhe compeli- +ive schedule. lnslruclors and sludenls alike developed a healihy respeclr for Jrhe heady power of viciory. However, The GAA did noi limil Hs scope +0 girl's parlicipalion. Co-ed Play-nighls, open +o GE's sludenrs of loo+h sexes, were held. GAA also sponsored socials af+er several baslcerloall games, and oiher money-making proiecfs were planned and carried ou'r. A moiher-daughier banquei was held a+ The end of The year and a new council, composed ol: capable members, was announced al rhis lime. ' n r ,f - . lo- . ,,.. . cv 'x A Y ,W or . b I . i ,f 1 T 1 T . " T T -If , jj i S r y T l . ' ' 'n .Qi , . ..wA.,. ,qt s Lg , V J X ' A ' 5-if? K 2 yi . - I ' I LT' ' fy li T i usa g iii' Row I: Carol Hallerberg, Mary I "Hilti: .Msg Lou Apke: Row 2:' Mary SmiTh, I T' , I' T Jeannie Kay, Karen Moerlce, Carol g . k Oynes Row 3: Gerry LeTvinuclc, f Ly " , iii Karen Borgerson, Daryl Bier, Linda . -4 l K gl V i if- 'gs ' Biondi, PaT McDonnell, Audry ' ' i X ' T Harms. G.A.A provides sports for girls Among The acTiviTies oTTered by The Glenbard EasT Girl's AThleTic AssociaTion, bowling and badminTon were mosT popular wiTh GAA. members. Bowling began in November. Twice weelcly G.A.A. mem- bers boarded buses and headed Tor HesTerman's Bowling Alley in Glen Ellyn. AT The end oT The bowling season, in December, The Top scores oT The Ten besT members were compiled and senT To The GAA. sTaTe oTTice in Champagne Tor The PosTal Bowling TournamenT. BadminTon began in March, wiTh pracTices Twice weekly. ln addiTion To The regular inTramural program, GAA. spon- sored an inT'erscholasTic Team. The members oT This Team parTicipaTed wiTh badminTon Teams Trom Lyons Township High School, in LaGrange and Hinsdale High School in Hinsdale. Row I: Pam Zeedyk Row 2: Barb Scham- berger, Carol Oynes, PaT HardesTy, Row 3: K6il'1Y Carlson, Linda Conrad, Linda Biondi, Laurie Kulcla, Karen Hornsfra. 4 First Row: Cindy O'Hara. Second Row: Lynn MacKay, Nancy Goble, Deo Miller, Karen Borgerson, Carohfn Hallerberq, Carolyn Racosnik, Dawn Iund, Jackie Boyd. .ea 'mir 7, t . ,I Zlik 2 lfqifil 1 ' A KM. .L ' -xi . f- 1-. W' lf' ml Hed Mary Aplce represents GAA. af a home G.E. Varsity football game. G.A.A. members form interscholastic teams in archery and tennis I .-.--..-.- 1- f uwwwur- 'ci fvmml4m"i'1 'fl Row l: Barb Bullard, Judy Larm, Marcia Rillmueller, Gayle Dahlgren. Debbie Slavic, Rulh Layman. Row 2: Wendy MacDonald, Linda Con- Oflering several sporls programs for lhe girls, lhe Girls' Alhlelic Associalion, provided inleresled sludenls 'lhe op- porlunily of parlicipaling in lwo programs: lennis and archery. Bolh members and non-members were eligible lo par- licipale in lhe inlra-mural program. Afler school lhe girls compeled againsl one anofher in friendly compelilion. Tennis praclice and games were played on 'lhe courls ai' GE. enabling lhe GAA advisers and physical educa- lion leachers lo advise and ins'rruc+ 'lhe parficipanls in lhe proper fundamenlals of Tennis. Archery was also held on 'lhe school's grounds, which provided 'rhe girls enough open space lo safely shool 'lheir arrows. 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Q ' V - K- A' , ' ' ' H Yfv' w b L b "-' I .gr1eff1'f1:5v 'G W A W, , - .pw 1 ff iff QQ Q. gg ,.,, QL ,..LeviifV7" Queen Barb Krefz and king Dave Mc Gown reign over "A Liffle Bi? of Heav- en", the I965 iunior-senior prom. Juniors transform gym into heavenly sight Glenbard Easl had ils own "Lillie Bil ol Heaven" lor lhe l965 Junior-Senior Prom. The class ol '66 lranslormed lhe gymnasium inlo a heavenly paradise lor lhe evening ol May 22. Prom goers enlered a world ol clouds and angels lhrough lhe golden gales ol heaven. Juniors and seniors danced wilh lheir dales lo lhe music coming lrom lhe live band or ale roselles in lhe soulh side ol lhe gym. The announcemenl ol lhe royal courl highlighled lhe evening. Barb Krelz and Dave McGown were "Queen and King ol Heaven." The courl consisled ol princesses Laura Ray, Kris Hoglund, Linda Swanson, and Joy Kesler, and princes Bill Olson, Mike Fleming, Neal Scheben, and Mike Knapp. Prom leslivilies conlinued aller lhe dance lor many. While some wenl oll lor an evening ol dinner and danc- ing, mosl ol lhe celebranls crowded inlo buses lor lhe all- nighl "Rams Romp". The parly look place al Illinois Slale Beach Park, in Zion, lllinois. Dinner awailed lhe guesls when lhey arrived. Enlerlainmenl included lhe songs and iokes ol Sir James, a comic singer, lhe acls ol a magician and his assislanl, and a humorous presenlalion provided by a mass hypnolisl. For lhe enlire lime, a recrealion room and snack bar were open. Aller breaklasl and a church service, lhe indoor pool, lennis courls, and bicycles were available lor lhose who slill had enough energy lell aller lhe nighl's celebralion. Al noon lhe sludenls galhered for lhe lasl meal logelher in lhe lodge lunch room. The lrip concluded, lhe weekend ol Prom aclivilies and lhe exhausled prom goers relurned home. Afler 'lhe coronalion of queen Barb Krelz al lhe Prom, "A Lillle Bil of Heaven", Jell Kalinowski and Lois Monlgomery gaze al lhe gala leslivilies. Glenbard Easl's gym was 'rransformed inlo "A Lillle Bil of Heaven" for lhe iunior-senior prom. ,wif Carol Burlce and Gary Carlson wear The proud loolc oT achievemenT as They admire Their diplomas iusT aTTer commencement Some Tour hundred seniors reached one of The major milesTones in Their educaTional career when They graduaTed from Glenbard lfasT, June I4, I965. Commencemenl' meanT more To mosT QT Them Than iusT receiving a diploma. IT meanT Tour years of invaluable inTellecTual growTh and Tun. To The Teachers, each commencemenT lends a Teeling OT saTisTacTion aT having helped anoTher group ol immaTure freshmen become responsible graduaTes, ready Tor TurTher educaTion or a posiTion in The world. This saTisTacTion comes parTly Trom seeing The graduaTes realize some oT Their Tremendous poTenTial as sTudenTs, aThleTes, and musicians. ValedicTorian Jean RiTTmueller and saluTaTorian Dale Sher- man represenTed The high scholasTic achievemenTs of The class OT I965, and gave shorT Talks on ideal and exisTing aTTiTudes Toward educaTion. A somber momenT occurred when Mimi Sahami, The Toreign exchange sTudenT, Tearliul- ly said good-bye To The sTudenT body. The Tinal highlighTs beTore The awarding of diplomas were Tilled wiTh a Trom- bone solo by Bruce Braun, senior musician who has Toured The counTry wiTh a music group, and The announcemenT of The TwenTy-Tive scholarship winners. Seniors bid G.E. farewell Loolring on To Their 'luTure goals, GE graduafes Barbara Lowry, Rex Miller, Renee Berkshire, and Vernon BelTz proceed To Their seaTs during The COI'T1f'l1eHCEfT1?l'll' CSFSFHODV. 1- 'IA L Seniors anxiously waif io receive diplomas afler four years of hard work in high school .ffl Mimi Salwami, +l1e A.F.S. sfudenf from lran gives her farewell speech al lhe 1965 grad- ualion exercises. "The New Tenant" Dave Vander Linden, sfares infenfly foward fhe audience as fhe movers, Al Sulzenfuss and Rob Lindley. gaze in wonder af fhe furnifure. Sfudenf Chris Kovach submiis 'ro fhe fyrannical 'teachings of her feacherjdicfafor, Keifh Miller, in fhe play "The Lesson." A Ionesco's symbolism Rider Hall. on fhe sixfh, sevenfh, and eiqhfh of May, I965 was fhe scene of "The Sfrange World of lonesco" as fhe drama deparfmenf presenfed Eugene lonesco's "The Lesson" and "The New Tenanf". Bofh plays were direcfed by lvlr. Ray Mikesh wifh help from sfudenf assisfanf Bob Aselfine. lonesco uses symbolism fo make his poinf in bofh plays. in "The Lesson," fhe professor lKeifh Millerl symbolized a dicfafor who gained all of his sfrengfh from a newly- capfured counfry. fhe pupil, lChris Kovachl. Changing from a very weak characfer in fhe beginning fo a sfrong one in fhe final momenfs, Keifh Miller merely personified fyrannical rule. Furnifure, symbolizing maferials fo represenf imporfanf evenfs in fhe fenanf's lDave Vanderlindenl life. filled fhe sfage during "The New Tenant" The movers 'lRob Lindley and AI Sulzenfussl, who represenf sociefy's inabilify fo under- sfand and accepf maferialism, piled fhe furnifure nearly fo fhe ceiling. Backsfage crew members had a defailed map fo enable fhem fo quickly hand fhe arficles fo fhe movers. The expressions of disbelief and incomprehension on fhe face replaced dialogue as fhe play progressed. lviosf of fhe ideas were expressed by use of dim lighfing, eerie music, and fhe weird make-up of fhe fenanf. Prop crews for "The New Tenanf" worked hard fo find fhe arficles required including fwo wagon wheels and a skull. Geffing rid of fhe props during fhe performance presenfed anofher problem. All members of fhe crew and casf had fo help move fhe obiecfs info fhe hall behind fhe audiforium befween fhe plays. Workshoppers produce first summer musical Glenbard Easi presenTed iTs TirsT summer musical July 27-3l in conjuncTion wiTh The musical workshop held This summer during June and July. ApproximaTely TiTTy sTudenTs, working on a minimum oT Three producTion crews each, Took parl' in Cole PorTer's "AnyThing Goes". Working areas in- cluded cosTumes, scenery, promoTions, props, lighTing, box oTTice, orchesTra, as well as roles. Because "AnyThing Goes" was sTaged in Rider l-lall, The casT had less Trouble proiecTing Their voices, in boTh song and speech, Than did The sTudenTs who performed "Damn Yankees" in The larger BiesTer AudiTorium. Many members oT The crew had had helpful previous dramaTic experience. BoTh Bob AselTine and Linda Gerardi, as well as many minor characTers, had performed in The TirsT musical. KeiTh Miller had had imporTanT parTs in plays presenTed in The I964-65 school year. AddiTionally, since The musical was a summer workshop proiecT, The Time alloTTed Tor prep- araTion and rehearsal was much greaTer, enabling parTici- panTs To give a more polished perTormance. This was Glenbard EasT's Drama deparTmenT's TirsT aT- TempT To sTage a large musical in Rider l-lall and To run The musical Tor Tive nighTs, Mrs. Meyer TelT The hand work made iT a huge success, since aTTendance all Tive nighTs was excellenf. ln spiTe oT This, The summer musical will noT become a TradiTion, because, said Mrs. Meyer, "We wanT To give These sTudenTs experience in a varieTy oT dramaTic producTions, and ThaT is exacTly whaT is being accomplished." cd, Sir Evelyn Oakleigh, lKeifh Miller., happily sings To Reno Sweeny, lBarb Lindley,l while she Tries To enTice him wiTh her charms on The deck of The SS. American in "AnyThing Goes." Passengers aboard The 5.5. American wave a Tond farewell during a rehearsal of The summer musical "AnyThing Goes X, Glenbard Easf Ram bafiers al For? Leyden as Pep Club floaf 'fakes firsl place. The Glenbard Easf High School marching band, direcfed by Mr. Jack Crews plays fhe new G.E. Loyalfy Sonq af fhe Homecoming foofball game before going info fheir show formafions. Sue Gerhardf and escor+ Rick Mons, along wifh Gayle Cunningham ancl her escorf Jim Goelz, walclw inlenlly as lhe resl of lhe Homecoming Courl is being presenled. A Homecoming features western flavor Glenloard EasT's Homecoming weekend was launched Friday, OcTober l5, wiTh a bonTire, Tug-of-war, and pep rally held in back oT The school aTTer which Mark Erickson and Torn WesT, co-capTains of The TooTball Team, presenTed The queen and her courT. Following These TesTiviTies, STudenT Council held a social in The gym. SaTurday morning, an Alumni BreakTasT was held in The Teacher's lounge and shorTly aTTerward, The Home- coming Parade Took place. ln TloaT compeTiTion, TirsT place wenT To Pep Club Tor Their "Leyden's l.asT STand": GAA capTured second place wiTh Their TloaT, "Don'T Fence Us ln", and Tri-S Teens received Third place Tor "Gun 'Em Down". All TloaTs incorporaTed The Home- coming Theme "Ram Round-up". ln boTh iunior varsiTy and varsiTy games, Glenloard EasT's Rams deTeaTed EasT Leyden's Eagles. An addi- Tional highlighT To The aTTernoon. The band presenTed "Arabian NighTs" and The queen, courT, and award win- ning TloaTs were presenTed. ln The evening, The highlighT oT The weekend, The l965 Homecoming Dance, "WesTward-Ho", Took place in The caTeTeria. The couples danced To The music oT Jim BesTman's band while in The background "wanTed posT- ers" and gun murals adorned The walls. Adding To This wesTern seTTing was a Town iail, compleTe wiTh lawmen and prisoners whose names had appeared on The "wanTed posTers". l'loT apple cider and cheese were served in The "Saloon", Torrnerly The Teachers' lounge. Through The eTTorTs of STudenT Council and many oTher people who gave Their Time Tor a successful Home- coming, The weekend was one oT The besT Glenbard has ever had. During homecoming ceremonies, Friedrich To The crowd. Ray Repp springs over VarsiTy cheerleaders as Dave Mondo anTicipaTes his landing during Homecom Roger O'Connell presenTs Queen Sue inq half-Time acTiviTies. i 1 '-Q., Tuisk rv"" 'v"' l if l 11 ' Anne, Denise Domke, and PeTer, Joe MarTinez, Tind a momenT of peace as They gaze up Through The skylighT of The Secref Annex. QQ ' 99 Dlary of Anne Frank has capacity crowd Glenbard EasT's TirsT play oT The i965-66 year was "The Diary OT Anne Frank" by Frances Goodrich and AlberT HackeTT. The drama deparTmenT presenTed The play on OcTober 2lsT, 22nd, and 23rd, in Rider Hall. The exuberanT and percepTive diary, kepT by a young Jewish girl in hiding Trom Nazi arresT wiTh her Tamily and Tour oTher Jews, was The basis Tor This PuliTzer Prize play. BoTh The diary and The play presenTed The loves. Tears, joys, and Tensions, ThaT These eighT people experienced in The Two years before Their capTure as well as The Trials oT ado- lescence ThaT Anne wenT Through. The drama Took place in The cramped aTTic oT a business building. STagecraTT classes consTrucTed This "SecreT Annex", compleTe wiTh upsTairs levels, and a room which exTencled be- yond The sTage, BlackouTs, insTead oT curTains, marked The ends OT scenes, and enabled The acTors To make quick cos- Tume changes backsTage. SeT props crew had To move Turni- Ture and make beds wiThouT bumping inTo The hand props crew which was changing Table seTTings and rearranging books in The darkness. Even The acTors helped carry props oTT The sTage aT The end oT scenes. Mr. Frank, played by iunior Bill Langer, headed The group oT eighT reTugees. Sophomore Denise Domke, porTrayed The young Anne Frank. Her moTher was sophomore Vicki Bienz, and her sisTer, MargoT, was senior Claudia Collins. ln The oTher Tarnily, Mr. and Mrs. Van Daan were seniors Mio Villagomez and Sue Foley: iunior Joe MarTinez characTerized Their son PeTer. KeiTh Miller, sophomore, was The eighTh occupanT oT The "SecreT Annex". Mr. Dussel. Miep and Mr. Kraler, The reTugees' conTacT wiTh The ouTside world, were KaThy Rardin and Bob PeningTon. The Three TaculTy members oT The Drama DeparTmenT, Mrs. Meyer, Mr. Mikesh, and Mr. Berglund were in charge oT The producTion. Mrs. Meyer direcTed The play: Mr. Mikesh and Mr. Berglund supervised The consTrucTion of The seT. The Occupanfs of The Secrei' Annex are overioyed aT The news of The Normandy Invasion. Miep, Kafhy Rardin, presenis Mr. Franlc, Bill Langer. willi Anne's forqoffen diary wl'1icl1 describes flie lives of eiglif people in liiding. Anne lisfens moclringly as Mr. Franlr makes an error in algebra while Anne's sisler Margot Claudia Collins, and Peler Van Daan, Joe Marlinez, lisfen inlenlly. Keifh Miller quesfions eccenfric Joe Marfinez aboul why Joe is lif+ing nurse Debbie Haight "The Man Who Came +o Dinner," wriH'en by George S. Kaufman and Moss Hari and direcled by Mr. Charles Berglund, was presenled in Rider Hall on December 8, 9, and I I. Keilh Miller gave a convincing and willy performance as Sheridan Whileside, lhe pampered and ill-Jrempered man who came 'ro dinner. Afier slipping on 'rhe icy doorsiep of Mr. and Mrs. Ernesi' Sfanley lMilce Ward and Alice Mc- Faddenl, Mr. Whileside was reslricled +0 a wheelchair in lheir suburban home, where he proceeded +o disrupl ihe lives of his secrelary, lSue Foleyl, fhe Slanley's children, Richard and June, lclifliord Brown and Marcia Riilmuellerl and iusf abou? everyone else he came in coniacl' wi'rh. Whileside was lcepl busy, while slaying in Jrhe Sfanley home, screaming a+ his privafe nurse, Miss Preen, lDebbie Haighll and Trying +o brealc up a romance befween his secreiary and 'The edilor of a smalllown newspaper, Berl Jefferson lMilce Lanel, as well as crealing olher mischief. Al- 'rhough he was irrilaled by mos? people, he seemed lo rake a liking +o Jrhe children. He even gave lhem some faiherly advice, encouraging Richard io leave home and June 'l'o gel married, nalurally upselling The Slanleys. The sfage was realislically sei, wi'rh The props and scenery adding +o The credibilily of lhe plol. The malceup and coslumes enhanced The plol furiher. The dialogue was updaied by Mr. Berglund, who added names Thai' were more well-lcnown 'ro lhe audience 'rhan +he originals. As fhe curfain closes, Keifh Miller falls again, fhrowing The household info a deeper despair. Bob Aseliine, flamboyant Hollywood personality, conspires wiH1 Sue Foley in order to rid Sue of competition for her boyfriend. Drama department features second play Kei+h Miller confides wi+h newspaperman Mike Lane about The three COl1ViC+S,WI'1O are to be reformed. On her 'Firs+ frip fo fhe foofbridge wifh a man, Ellen Marlin lMarianl, sings "Till There Was You" lo Bob Aselline, Harold Hill. "Music Man", direcled by Mrs. Margarel Meyer, was one of lhe mosl popular plays presenled by Glenbard Easi. For each of rhe Jrhree performances, lhe audience ap- plauded vigorously and exrensively and, culminaiing lhe 'rhree day run, a slanding ovalion was given by 'rhe audience al lhe Sunday malinee. The play was also well received before ils aclual pre- senlaiion. Ticlcels for lhe lwo scheduled performances were sold our a week before 'rhe play was given, and a Third un- scheduled presenlalion was offered. Over 5,600 were regal- ly enlerrained. Boasling lhe largesl casl of any GE producrion, "Music Man" used over 50 sludenls for dancers, singers and aclors. Bolh The casl and The IOO crew members lolallecl a sizable number of GFS sludenls. The slage. arlfully designed by Mr. Ray Milcesh and Mr. John PaoleH'i, heighlened lhe realily of lhe se+. Choreography was handled by Mr. Charles Bergland, Technical direclor was Mr. Raymond Milcesh, and Mrs. Meyer was assisled by Claudia Collins and Keilh Miller. Mr. Thomas Wisniewslci, orcheslra direcror, and Mr. Donald Volz, vocal direclor, collaboraled on The musical score. The audience and Jrheir imaginalions were quickly l'rans- porled 'lo River Cily, lowa, where one fasl lallcing Music Man, Professor Harold Hill, played by Bob Aselline. sold lhe River Cily inhabilanls band inslrumenfs and uniforms. However, complicalions arose when Professor Hill is in- ialualed wiih Marian, The Librarian, played by Ellen Marlin. Mary Hazard, lLady Shinnl, direcfs ihe Ladies' Auxiliary and The school board Through iheir number "H's You" in preparahon for fhe annual ice-cream sociable. AA Bob Asel+ine, lHarold Hilll, leads a group of River Cify youll: in disfurbing flwe fown library as Ellen Marlin, Marian, looks on will-i disgust "Music Man" overwhelms audience with performance Mrs. Paroo, lLinda Larsonl, and Marian, give Mike Lindley a hug affer he overcomes his shyness by singing "Gary Indiana". Bob Aselfine, leads 1l'ie River Cily Boys Band by 'flue "fl1inlc sysfem" as Hwe fown folk look on in surprise. ,,,.,., ,M lnelce van Kessel, Eas+'s A.F.S. sludenl' for rhe 1965-66 school year, arrived in Lombard rhe lasr of Augusr from Roermontl in The Nerherlands. During rhe year she lived ar The homes of Sandy Killelea and Chris and Claudia Collins. Glenbard's fourrh AES. sludenr parricipared in such acrivi- lies as ECHO, F.T.A., and Srudenr Council while becoming Americanized rhrough srudy of U.S. l-lisrory and American lirera- lure, lnelce olren provides inreresring insighrs info Durch life in her arricles in rhe ECHO abour her narive counrry. While helping ro decorare a display window for an organizarion alirer school, lnelce learned rhar rhe exrracurricular acriviries were an imporranl par? of Glenbard Easr life. Glenbard Eas+'s annual fN.F.S. Circus World was held in --""" March. The circus, sponsored by Siudenf Council, included a g f Miss Friendship Conresr, a circus performance, a 'lalenf show, and a midway wirh rypical circus games. Many srudenrs worked during A.F.S. Week ro help malce rhe circus a huge success. The funds gained from rhis carnival helped Glenbard Easr olorain anorher exchange srudenr for V965-67. Junior Suzy Beavers, cheerleader and ECHO page ediror, was Glenbard Eas'r's A.F.S. semi-finalisr lhis year. Suzy became a semi-finalisr afrer compleling a series of inlerviews and screenings wirh adulls from rhe local A.F.S. chapler. She will nor learn if she has been accepred for A.F.S. placemenr unril alle-r school is our. lneke van Kessel con+empla+es 'fufure 'rravels as she looks ar lhe map of lhe world. Suzy Beavers, A.F.S. semi-finalist and lnelce Vanlcessel, Eas+'s foreign exchange srudenr, hold up a posfer +ellinq aboul' Easf's A.FfS. program for ofher council members To approve. msm' ANDJX 1, S AMER CMI FIELD SERVICE -L Fourth exchan e student comes to East wr ur' h 'K"",:'.v' Sandy Killelea helps lnelce do research for a reporf for her English class Ineke van Kessel and her American sisfer, Claudia Collins, pause on +l1e slair- way fo discuss lheir day's evenfs. Seniors receive academic honors The I966 DAR and SAR Award winners are Lynn Osirowslii and Ray Novak. Karl Will, winner of 'Phe Bausch-Lomb Award and ofher science awards. +alces advanfage of e few spare minufes fo sfudy his science, Glenbard EasT's moTTo of RighT AH'iTude Means Success includes noT only The aThleTic evenTs buT also The scholasTic evenTs oT many ouTsTanding scholasTic honors. The NaTional MeriT Scholarship Commission awarded Ten Glenbard EasT sTuolenTs a LeTTer oT CommendaTion Tor Their Tine perTormance on The NaTional MeriT Scholarship QualiTy- ing TesTs and seven sTudenTs The rank oT semi-TinalisT Tor ouTsTanding TesT scores in addiTion To personal achievemenTs. The semi-TinalisT had The opporTuniTy To Take anoTher TesT and perhaps become TinalisTs in This scholarship program. This was The largesT number oT sTudenTs Glenbard EasT ever had aTTain The rank of semi-TinalisT or receive LeTTers oT CommendaTion. SpeciTic cleparTmenTs such as home economics or maTh oTTen give awards Tor ouTsTanding achievemenT in The de- parTmenT. Linda Hallman, senior, won The l965-66 BeTTy Crocker Homemaker oT Tomorrow award Tor The highesT score on a wriTTen examinaTion. Also in The home economics deparTmenT, Linda BurT won Glenbard EasT's cherry pie bake ing conTesT and became EasT's represenTaTive aT The NorThern Illinois Gas Company's annual pie baking conTesT and became TirsT alTernaTe Tor This disTricT. Bill Troian received The highs-sT score in The MaTh Con- TesT held in March. The MaTh deparTmenT annually spon- sors This conTesT1 The winners' names can be Tound on The maTh honors plaque in The main hallway. Lynn OsTi-owski and Ray Novak, seniors, won The an- nual DAR and SAR awards. The seniors elecTed prelimi- nary candidaTes Tor These honors. QualiTies considered by Teachers, who had The Tinal voTe, were leadership, ciTizen- ship, conducT, and populariTy. Many sTudenTs received various oTher scholasTic awards aTTer This book wenT To press. These awards are good ex- amples oT excellence in scholasTic Tields and are a crediT To Glenbard EasT's academic program. The l966 "lT's Academic" Team included Bruce Thompson, capTain Bill Troian, and Sue MinTern. The NMSQ semi-'finalisT and le'H'er of commendaiion recipienfs are: Row I. George Biehl, William Trojan, Don Dahlgren, Bruce Thompson, Dave Trues dale, Kim Lawler, Row 2, Sue MinTern, Linda Shubei-T, Donna Ness, Dan BoTToms, Richard Mercer, Tim Michel, Sue STarr. Ross Bauer, Sarah l-luTT- man, Gwen Van Allen. . ATT .4 ,. ? ' , . Jeff Messenger leads fhe pep band in "Rams Loyalfy Song" af a varsify baskefball game. n C , S+udenfs hurry wiih fheir lunch before 'the 52 period bell rings. ,, ,,, , , IWIA ,,,, ,TIF Students enjo active living Students get in their las? few minuies of conversaiion before ihe bell rings Sfudenis wait for the bus lhal will lake them home after a long hard school day. , ,Lil l riff 4 3 121513, .,., SLT: i L 455 4:12 rT?11c::z .Mi ..., .! EM , 12 ,,,,., g, f Emi, fimfff r v. l':v"f-f - gg Y' Haw? wi 2 sag! ,H .M 'I a,. 456 A :.m3if.. :??2Li si ff 20. . IEE? iii," 'N H: ' x S S 3 WY rm V 1 1 1 X 'G -n X K'-vgm...4 g 1.'E:3eiffas?15s E H ' 'Q ii tra' 'fL:?i?f??4IZ?Q if all ll' -as-. 5 Officers of 'Phe class of '66 are: Dave Gunn, vice-presidenf: Karen Smilh, secrefary-lreasurer: Jeff Messenger, presidenf. Seniors take pride in past four years Senior, Tom Harfung, is caughl' doing homework iusl before ihe lirsl bell rings. During fhe I965-1966 school year, lhe class oi '66 parricipaied in every acliviiy open for upperclassmen. The seniors provided ihe necessary leadership and supporl of lhe clubs and aihleiic leams. Viriually all aclivilies were al leasf parlially supervised -and supporled by The seniors. As rhe year progressed, ihe class of '66 looked harder al' Jrhe fulure. The choice of colleges, iobs or lhe miliiary services became a primary source of serious Jrhoughi. A+ l'he end of lhe year, ihe senior class looked back ai 'lhe ac- 'rivilies of The pasi four years and fell The mixed emoiions of happiness and sadness bul mosl' irnporlani pride. Four years of alhlelic evenls have resulied in a feeling of pride for GE and iis Teams. lvlosi memorable were lhe Elile Eighl games downsiale in Champaign in I964 and 'rhe Rams firsl foolball championship in I966. Four years of pariicipaling in clubs and organizafions and ihe accompanying sense of accomplishmenl have re- sulied in a feeling of pride for GE and iis clubs and or- ganizaiions. As each school day passed, lhe senior class recognized, wiih a feeling of bolh anxiely and hesilalion, lhai gradua- lion day was becoming more of a realiiy. WH'h graduaiion day, ihe relinquishing of Glenbard Eas'r io anoiher group of sludenfs was +he final acr of ihe class of '66. Darlene Marie Abrahamsen Pep Club 3, 4: Glen-Teens 3: Los Gringos 3: Chorus 2: Campus Council 4: Prom Commiffee 3: "Teahouse of fhe Augusf Moon," parf, crew: "Music Man," crew: GirI's Archery 4: GirI's Bowling 3: Transferred from Sfeinmefz I-Iigh.SchooI, Chicago, Illinois. I964. Thomas V. Adamelc Track 3, 4: Infra-murals 4. Gary Michael Adams Riof Squad 3: Hi-Y 2: Foofball I, 2, 3, 4, Leffer 4: Wresfling I: lnframurals 2. Kafhleen Affafaro G.A.A. 2: Los G-ringos 2: Monifor 3, 4: Transferred from Siena High School, Oak Parlc, Illinois, I9b3. Maryanne Theresa Ahern Pep Club I, 2, 3, 4: 6.A.A. I, 2, 3, 4: Glen-Teens I: Tri-S Teens I: Office Help I. 2: GirI's Archery 3: Girl's Bowling 3. Larry A. Allen Sandra Fa Allen Y Pep Club I, 2, 3, 4: G,A.A. I, 2: Glen-Teens I, 2: Band I, 2, 3, 4: Prom Commiflee 3. Marsha Lee Alley Mu Alpha Thefa 3, 4: Pep Club I, 2, 3, 4: Glen-Teens I: Le Cercle Francais I, 2: FTA 3, 4: Monifor 4: Prom Commiffee 3: "AlI My Sons."' crew: Illinois Sfafe Scholasfic Commendafion Semi-Finalisf: Honor Roll I, 3. Kennerh Lee Amundson Ramblings 4: Arfisans 3, 4: Monifor 2, 3: "All My Sons," crew. Barbara Jean Anderson Sfudenf Council I, 2, 3, 4, Secrefary 4: Pep Club I, 2, 3, 4: Los- Gringos 3, 4: FTA 3, 4: Secrefary 3, 4: Chorus I, 4: Prom Com- miffee 3: "Teahouse of Ihe Augusf Moon" crew: Transferred from Scolf Counfy High School, Georgefown, Kenfucky I964, Karen Marie Anderson ' Chorus I, 2, 3, 4: Regular Honor Roll I: Transferred from Sf. Francis, Wheafon I963. Sleve R. Anderson Deufscher Verein I, 2, 3, 4: Currenf Affairs Club I, 2, 3, 4. Louis James Audia Aufo Club 4. Karen Arlene Aulcland Tri-S Teens I: Los Aficionados 2, 3, 4: Thespians 2: Band I, 2, 3.4: Regular Honor Roll I. David Kennefh Axelson Bruce A. Bachleda Monifor 4: Foofball I:WresfIing I. 2, 3. Leffer 2, 3, Ann Mannin Baile 9 Y AVIISBUS 3- 4? PGP Club I. 2. 3. 4: G.A.A. I: Los Aficionados 3, Band HI. 2, 3. 4: Prom Commiffee 3: "Teahouse of 'Ihe Augusf MOON CFSW. "Music Man" crew, GirI's Bowling 3. David Allen Bailey Foofball I, 2, 3: Wresflinq 2. 3. .af 'Pg-'Fl his Q9 YZF' John Joseph Baior Campus Council 4: Monifor 4: Transferred from Glenbard Wesf High School Glen Ellyn, Illinois I964. Richard Roberl' Ballinger Pep Club 3, 4: Riof Squad 3, 4: Hi-Y 4: Monifor 4: Baslcefball I, 3, Leffer 3,'BasebaII I, 2, Leffer 2: lnframurals 2, 4: Trans- ferred from Proviso Wesf. Arlene Ann Banlca Pep Club 3, 4: G.A.A. 4: Glen Teens 4: Tri-S Teens 4: GirI's Tennis 4: lGirl's Bowling 4: Transferred from S+. Francis High School, Wheafon, Illinois. Susan Barbariclc Joy Marie Barber Pep Club I, 2, 3, 4: G.A.A. 4: Caduceus 4: Monifor I: Prom Commiffee 3: GirI's Bowling 4: Transferred from SI. Francis High School, Wheafon, Illinois. Kafhi Nanc Barnei' Y Pep Club I, 2, 3. 4: G.A.A. I, 2: S.P.O.R. I: Prom Commiffee 3: "Our Town," crew: Girl's Archery 2: Honor Roll 2. Ross Allen Bauer Mu Alpha Thefa 3. 4, Treasurer 4: G-Club 3. 4: Hi-Y 4: Deufscher Verin 3, 4: FTA 4: Chorus 4: Gymnasfics I, 2, 3, 4, Leffer 3, 4: Inframurals 2: Nafional Merif Scholasfic Semi-Finalisf: Illi- nois Sfafe Scholasfic Commendafion Semi-Finalisf: Honor Roll 5. Edward Allen Bedard ECHO I, 2: Pep Club I, 3, 4: Riof Squad 3: Wresfling I: Track I: Inframurals 2, 4: Joanne Marie Bell G.A.A. I, 2, 3: S.P.O.R. 2: Chorus I: Office Help 3: Prom Com- miffee 3: Girl's Bowling 2, 3: Honor Roll I: Transferred from Glenbard Wesi' High School, Glen Ellyn, Illinois, I963 Shirley Ann Bell Office Help 4: Transferred from Sf. Francis High School, Wheafon, Illinois. I965. Harry Daniel Bellock Monifor 4: Foofball 2, 3, 4: Baslcefloall I, 2, 3, 4: Baseball I, 2. Sue Ellen Benjamin FTA 4: Nafional Merif Scholasfic Leffer of Commendafion: Honor Roll 7. Jerilyn Marie Bergeron Pep Club 4: G.A.A. I: Los Gringos 2: Librarian I: Office Help 3: Prom Commiffee 3: "Teahouse of 'the Augusf Moon," crew. Joyce L. Berghors'I' Pep Club 3, 4: Office Help 3, 4: Transferred from Washingfon High School, Sioux Falls, Soufh Dalcofa. Ron W. Bernhardl' Foofball I: Wresfling I: Transferred from Glenbard Wesf High ScI1ooI,GIan Ellyn, Illinois, I963. Lorrie Ann Befhke Chuck M. Bibbiano Band I: Foofball I: Wresfling I: Transferred from Glenbard Wes? High School, Glen Ellyn Illinois, I963. Debi E. Biehl Transferred from Sf. Francis High School, WI1ea+on.llIinais. 1965- -:I '-gg, 6, R Yssav -.4v'i 4' -f"7 ad Q, 'CS' .qi I- .1 Tl." M, X.-A. Don L. Biehl Pep Club I, 2: Campus Council 3: Monilor 4, Capiaing Fool'- ball l, 2, 3, 4, Leffer I, 2, 3, 4: Baskelball I, 2, 3, 4. Le-Her I, 2, 3 4: Track I: Honor Roll I. George E. Biehl Sludenl Council 3, 4: Mu Alpha Thefa 3, 4: G-Club 4: Los- Gringos I, 2: Foofball I. 2, 3, 4, Le'rIer 4: Nalional Meri? Scho- lasfic Semi-Finalisl: Illinois Slale Scholaslic Semi-Finalisl: Honor Roll I3. Linda Jean Bilek Los Gringos 4, Secreiary 4: G.A.A. I, 2, 3: Camera Club I, 2, 3: Honor Roll 4: Transferred from SI: Francis High School, Wheafon, Illinois. l965. Ca+herine Lynne Blake Pep Club I: S.P.Q.R. I, 2: 3, 4, Presidenl 4: Nalional Honor So- ciely 3, 4: Monifor 2, 4, caplain 4: High Honor Roll 3. Joann Bliss Moniior 3. Rober'I Eugene Bliven Pep Club I, 2, 3, 4: Riol Squad 3: Auio Club 3: Campus Coun- cil 2, 3: Foolball I, 2, 3, Leller 2: Track I: lnlra-murals l, 2, 3, 4. Marfha Jeanne Blomme ECHO I, 2, 3, 4, Second Page Edilor 4: G.A.A. I, 2, Council 2: Band I. 2, 3: Orcheslra I, 2, 3: "Damn Yankees," orcheslraz Illinois Slafe Scholaslic Semi-Finalisl: Honor Roll 5. John Ernesl' Bloxham Aufo Club 4: Orcheslra I, 2, 3: Office Help 4: Cross Couniry 4: Gymnaslics I, 2: Track I, 2, 3, 4, Lelfer 4. Gregory G. Blum Wresfling I, 2, Leller I:Track I, 2, Lefler I. Seniors participate in school publications Mariy Blomme and Ineke van Kessel work afier school on an edilion of Ihe ECHO. , arm . "'fw..,,,w , Bonnie Kay Boal RAMBLINGS 4: Pep Club I, 2, 3, 4: G.A.A. I. 2: Glen Teens I: Deufscher Verein I: Chorus I, 2, 3, 4: Prom Comrniffee 3: "BIifhe Spirit" crew, "The Greaf Big Doorsfep," crew: "Music Man." arf. P Jamice Marie Boclcelmann Nafional Honor Sociefy 3, 4: G.A.A. 2: Honor Roll 9: Transferred from Glenbard Wesf High School, Glen Ellyn, Illinois, I963. Kennefh M. Boclcelmann Transferred from Glenbard Wesf High School, Glen Ellyn, Illinois, I963. Karen Anne Bodnar Gary R. Boesch Wresfling 2: Transferred from Glenbard Wesf High School, Glen Ellyn, Illinois, I963. Roberi' Curfis Boldi Class Officer 2, 3, Vice Presidenf 2, President 3: ARIES 4, Mu Alpha Thefa 4: G-Club 4: Riol' Squad 3: Deufscher Verin I, 2, 3, 4: Campus Council 4: Prom Commiffee 3: Foofball I, 2, 3, 4, Leffer 4: Baslcefball I: Track I, 2, Co-Capfain 2: Honor Roll IO, Karen Ann Boolcer Transferred from Lourdes High School. Karen Jean Borgerson RAMBLINGS 2: Pep Club 2. 3, 4: G.A.A. 2, 3, 4, Sporfsboard 3, Council 4: lnfer Club 2: Tri-S Teens I, 4: Los Gringos 3: Caduceus 2, 3, 4: Secrefary 3: Librarian I: Office Help 2, 3, 4: Girls Archery 4: Girls Badminfon 2, 3, 4: Girls Bowling 3, 4. G. Daniel BoH'oms III Nafional Honor Sociefy 3, 4, Presidenf 4: Mu Alpha Thefa 3, 4: S.P.Q.R. I, 2, 3. 4, Vice-Presidenf 3, Presidenf 4: Cross Counfry I, 2, 3: Wresfling I, 2: Traclc I, 2, 3, 4: Monifor 4: Nafional Merif Scholasfic Semi-Finalisf: Illinois Sfafe Scholasfic Semia Finalisf: Isf place Illinois Sfafe Lafin Tournamenf Lafin II, I964. Lafin III-1965, High Honor Roll 7: Honor Roll 6, Transferred from Wheafon Communify High School, Wheafon, Illinois, I963. Richard John Bourke Transferred from Elgin Cenfral, Elgin, Illinois I964. Ronald Lee Bowdish Foofball 2, 3, 4, Leffer 3, 4: G-Club 3, 4: Aufo Club 4: Audio Visual I, 2, 3: Gymnasfics 2, manager 2: Baseball I, 2, 3. Doris Darlene Bower Transferred from Willowbrook High School, Villa Park, Illinois. l meefing. Seniors lead in school organizations Cynfhia Fufferer and Bob Penningfon Ioolc on as Sue Foley answers quesfions abouf fhe minufes of a pasf Thespian Michele M. Boyle G-.A.A. I, 2, 3: Thespians I, 2: Orchesfra I, 2, 3, 4: Sfage Crew I, 2: Girl's Archery 3.4. Lawrence ArI'hur Brady Audio Visual I: Baseball I: lnframurals 4. Janice Marie Braie "Mrs. McThing," crew: "My Three Angels," crew. Harv Roberl' Brannigan Tennis 2, 3, 4, Leffer 4: Inframurals 3, 4: Transferred from S+. Rifa High School, Chicago, Illinois, I9b3. Pafsy Ann Breed Caduceus 3, 4: Librarian 3: Transferred from Glenbard Wesf, Glen Ellyn, Illinois, I963. Marcia Befh Brinlc ECHO 2, 3, '4: Circularion Manager 3, 4: Mu Alpha Thefa 3, 4, Second Vice-Presidenf, 4: Tri-S Teens I: Deufscher Verin 2, 4: Band I, 2, 3, 4: Orcheslra 4: Illinois Sfafe Scholasfic Semie Finalisf: Honor Roll I2. Charles Edward Brinn Transferred from Sf. Francis High School, Wheafon, Illinois Donald R. Brose Chess Club I: Audio Visual I: Anglers Club 3: Band I, Tennis I, 2, Leffer 2. I, 2, Leffer 2. Don Edward Brown Transferred from Tuley High.ScI'1ool, Chicago, Illinois, I965 Terry Brown Transferred from Tuley High School, Chicago, Illinois, I965 Nancy Elizaberh Bruclc Pep Club I, 2, 3, 4: G.A.A. I: Los Gringos 2, 3: Office Help 2.4: Monifor 3: Girl's Bowling 3: Honor Roll I. Marian Frances Bruss Tri-S Teens I, 2, 3, 4: Deufscher Verin I, 2, 3, 4: "The Man Who Came Io Dinner," crew: "Music Man," crew: "The Lesson and The New Tenanf" crew: Honor Roll 5. Linda Joan Burl' Sfudenf Council I, 2, 3, 4, Corresponding Secrefary 3, Vice-Presi- den? 4: Pep Club I, 2, 3, 4: S.P.Q.R. I, 2: Campus Council 3: Prom Commilfee 3: Girl's Archery 2, 3: Illinois Slafe Scholasfic Commendafion Semi-Finalisf: Homecoming Courf I964: Procfor Xe GambIe's award for fhe Besf Homemaker of fhe Year I965: Golden Scissor Award for Oufsfanding Achievemenf in Home Economics I: Honor Roll 2. Vimy Louise Burfelson Pep Club I, 2: G.A.A. I: Tri-S Teens I: Office Help 3, 4: Band I, 2: Prom Commiffee 3. Margaref Jean Busse ECHO I, 2: Pep Club I, 2,-3, 4: G.A.A, I, 2: Glen Teens I, 2, 3: Los Gringossl: Monifor 2, 3: Prom Commiffee 3: "Our Town," parf: "The Greaf Big Doorsfep," crew: Honor Roll I. Diane Marie BuHIes ARIES 3, 4: Pep Club' 2, 3, 4: Glen Teens 4: Tri-S Teens 3: Le Cercle Francais I, 2, 3, Council 3: Chorus 2, 3, 4: Office Help 4: Prom Commiffee 3. Tom Allen Bye Aulo Club 4, Secrefary 4. Charles Arfhur Cadwell Pep Club 4: Band I, 2, 3, 4: Orchesfra 3, 4: Prom Commilfee 3: "Music Man," orchesfra: Foofball I: Wresfling I, 2, 3, Le'I+er 3: Tennis I, 2. Barbara Lynn Calabrese Y G.A,A. I: Tri-S Teens I, 2: Los Gringos I, 2, 3. 4: Caduceus 2, 3, Treasurer 3: Chorus I: Office Help 2, 3. Judifh Ann Caravelle Pep Club I, 2, 3, 4: G.A.A. I, 2: Glen Teens I. 2: Monifor 4: Prom Commiffee 3. Raymond Douglas Cardia ARIES I: lnfer Club 4: Riol' Squad 3, 4: Deufscher Verin 2, 3: Aufo Club 3, 4: Audio Visual I, 2, 3, 4: Wresfling I, 2, 3: lnfrarnurals 2. Raymond Charles Carnahan Pep Club 4: G-Club 3, 4: Cross Counfry l, 2, 3: Gymnasfics I, 2, 3, 4, Co-Capfain 4, Leffer 3, 4: Traclr I, 2: Inframurals 4. Sue Jane Carpenfer Pep Club I, 2, 3, 4: G.A.A. 2, 3, 4, Council 3: Science Club 3: Office Help 4: Prom Commiffee 3: Girl's Badminfon 2: Girl's Tennis 3. David Gregory Carroll Sfudenf Council I, 2, 3, 4, Presidenl' 3, 4: Mu Alpha Thefa 3, 4: Pep Club I, 2: Le Cercle Francais I, 4: Forensics 3: Campus Council 3: Monifor 2: Prom Commiffee 3: Gymnasfics I, 2: Infra- rnurals 4: Honor Roll 8. Donna Lee Caudill Office Help 4: Transferred from Glenbard Wesf, Glen Ellyn, Illinois, I963. James Edward Celebron Pep Club 3, 4: Monilor 4: Wresfling 2, 4, Leffer 4: lnframurals 4: Transferred from Glenbard Wesf High School, Glen Ellyn, Illinois, I963 Dennis A. Cenfofanfe S.P.O.R. I, 2: Science Club I: Chess Club 3: Camera Club 3, Secrefary-Treasurer 3: Office Help 4: Honor Roll 7. Arnie Michele Cerny Foofball I: Inframurals 2: Transferred from Glenbard Wesf, Glen Ellyn, Illinois, I963. Richard Allen Chana G-Club 4: S.P.O.R. I: Campus Council 4: Monifor 3: Prom Com- miffee 3: Foofball I, 2. 3, 4, Leffer 4: AII4Sfa'Ie Honors 4: Honor Roll 9. Mary Eileen CharII'on "Teahouse of fhe Augusl' Moon," parf: Girl's Bowling 3: Trans- ferred from Sacred Hear? of Mary, Rolling Meadows, Illinois, I964. Sandra S. Church Sfuclenf Council 3: Class Officer 3, Secrefary-Treasurer: ARIES 4, Faculfy Edifor 4: Pep Club I, 2, 3, 4 Council 4: Glen-Teens 4: Tri-S Teens 3: Le Cercle Francais 3: Monifor 3: Prom Com- miffee 3. Randy Cilcowslri Bonnie K. Clark Pep Club I, 2, 3, 4: G.A.A. I, 2: Office Help I, 2: Prom Com- miffee 3. Donna Jean Cleveland Pep Club I, 2, 3, 4: G.A.A. I, 2, 4: Le Cercle Francais I, 2. Office Help 3: Monifor 4: Prom Commiffee 3: Girl's Baclminfon 2, 4. Laura A. Cobb John Carson Collier Pep Club 3: lnframurals 3, 4: Transferred from Cafhedral High School, Indianapolis, Indiana, I964. Senior men find time for relaxation Senior men Rick Chana, Tom Wesl, and Dave Gunn 'lake fime oui from 'lheir busy school day +o discuss ihe Iaiesi school evenis. Claudia Eileen Collins ARIES 4, RAMBLINGS, Liierary Ediior 4: Ariisans 4: S.P.Q.R. I, 2, 3, Praeior 3. Thespians 4: Librarian I: Prom Commiilee 3: "Damn Yankees," crew: "Teahouse of ihe Augusi Moon," crew: "The Diary of Anne Frank," parl: "The Man Who Came To Dinner," crew: "Music Man," Assislanf 'ro Direcior: "The Lesson and The New TenanI," crew: Naiional AFS Americans Abroad Semi-Finalisi. William G. Coppock , Fooiball 3, 4: Wresiling 2, 3: Track 2, 3, Elizabeih Ann Coveri- Pep Club I, 2, 3, 4: GAA I, 2, 3, Sporihead I, 3, Council 2: Tri'S Teens 4: Los Gringos I, 2, 3: Prom Commiiiee 3: "Tea- house of fhe Augusi Moon," Honor Roll IO: Foods I Award, 2: Foods II Award, 3. Daniel Charles Cox Pep Club 4: Rio? Squad 4: Wresiling 4: Iniramurals 4: Trans- ierred from Holy Cross High School, I965. Lynda Lee Coyle ARIES 3, 4, Ari Ediior 65-66: Arlisans 4: Pep Club 4: Le Cercle Francais 4: Chorus I, 2: Prom Commiiiee 3: Transferred from Hinsdale Township High School, Hinsdale, Illinois, I963. John Leslie Craig Auio Club 4: Iniramurais 4: Transferred from Glenbard Wesi, Glen EIIyn, lIIinois, I963. Mary Ann Crawford Pep Club I, 2, 3, 4: GAA I, 2: Librarian I: Office Help 2. 3, 4: Prom Commiifee 3: GirI's Archery 4. Maureen Ann Cugier Le CercIe Francais 2, 3, 4, Council 4: FTA 4: Honor Roll 4. Tom C. Cundiff Wayne S+anIey Czarnilc Inira-murals 4. Donald Edward Dahlgren Mu Alpha Thefa 4: Hi-Y I: Monifcr 4: Cross Couniry 3: Baskef- baII 2, 3, 4, Leiier 4: Track I, 2: lniramurals 4: Leiler of Com- mendaiion Semi-Finalisi: Illinois Siaie Scholasiic Commendaiion Semi-Finalisi: Honor RoII 5. Carol Diane Danlcers Pep Club I, 2, 3: Glen Teens I, 2. BEEN!-WV John Michael Dare James William Davis Mu Alpha Thefa 4: Wresfling 4, Leffer 4: Baseball 4: Inlramurals 4: Transferred from Sfephen Decafur High School. Decafur, Illinois. Ronald Joseph Degnan Pep Club 2, 3, 4: G-Club 4: Aufo Club 4: Campus Council 4: Monifor 3, 4: Prom Commiffee 3: Foofball I, 2. 3, Track I, 2, 3. 4, Leffer 3, 4: lnframurals I, 2, 3.4, capfain 4. Frank Charles De Muro Arfisans 4: "Damn Yankees," crew: "Blifhe Spirit" crew: "The Greaf Big Doorsfep," crew: "Music Man" crew: Sfage Crew 2, 3: Gymnasfics I. Cynlhia J. Denlon Pep Club 4: S.P.Q.R. 2: F.T.A. 4: Prom Commiffee 3: Transferred from John Muir High School, Milwaukee, Wisconsin, I963. Paul DePirro Monifor 4: Track 3: Inframurals 4: Transferred from Glenbard Wesf, Glen Ellyn, Illinois, I963. Linda Cheryl Dickson Pep Club I, 2: G.A.A. I: Tri-S Teens I: Caduceus 4: Virginia June Digby Glen Teens I. Pafricia Mary Dodds Glen Teens 3: Transferred from Naperville Communify High School, Naperville, Illinois, I964. Donna Rae Donal' ECHO 2, 3, 4: Pep Club I, 2, 3: G.A.A. I, 2: Glen Teens I: Los Gringos 3, 4: S.P.Q.R. I, 2: Office Help 4: Prom Commiffee 3: Honor Roll 6. Bill Dove Marcia A. Downer Transferred from Glenbard Wesf, Glen Ellyn, Illinois, I963. Jean Drennan Pep Club 4: G.A.A. I, 2, 3: Chorus I, 2, 3: Office Help I,'2: Honor Roll I: Transferred from Calumef High School, Chicago, Illinois I963. Dawn Driver RAMBLINGS 4: Pep Club I. 2, 3, 4: GAA. I: Le Cercle Francais I, 3, Chorus I: Prom Commifree 3. Kenna Ann Eddy Transferred from Glenbard Wesf. Glen Ellyn, Illinois, I963. Consfance Lou Eder Transferred from Wesf Milwaukee High School, Milwaukee, Wis- consin, 1965. Wiley Warren Edmondson Currenl Affairs Club 2, 3, 4, Presidenf 4: "The Diary of Anne Frank," crew: "Music Man," parf, crew: Delegafe fo Mock Consfifufional Convenfion. Seniors help monitor Glenbard halls -4' 4-... -N , s lf 11,54 H . :iff .fan 1 :lb ami. Head monifor Bob Gambino checks on Paul De Pirro 'Io see Ihar he is af his posf. Michael Roberi Ehlers Science Club I, 2. Sharon Eisell' Douglas A. Ellofl' Mu Alpha Thefa 3, 4: Deulscher Verin I. 2, 3, 4: Science Club 3: Chess Club I, 2, 3, 4: Radio Club 4: Anglers Club 3, 4: Foolball I: Wreslling I, 2, 3, 4, LeH'er 4: Tennis I, 2: Illinois Sfale Scholaslic Commendaiion Semi-Finalisf: Honor Roll 9. Anila Emmel John Phillip Engman G-Club 4: Band I, 2, 3, 4: Orchesira I, 2, 3, 4: Monilor 3, 4: Cross Counlry 4: Track I, 2, 3, 4, Leller 2.3.4. Mark Erick Erickson Pep Club I, 2, 3: G-Club 4: Rio? Squad 3: Hi-Y 2: Campus Council 2: Foolball 2, 3, 4, Leller 4. Co-capiain 4: Baseball I, 2: lniramurals 2, 3.4: Honor Roll 3. John B. Espenmiller Cross Counlry 2, 3: Baskelball I, 2, 3, 4, Lelier 4: Baseball I, 2: Track 3: lnframural 4: Honor Roll I. Linda Ellen Evans RAMBLINGS 2, 3, Edilor of Ari Slafl: Arlisans I, 2: Pep Club I, 2, 3, 4: C-.A.A. I, 2, 3: Office Help 3: Prom Commiliee 3: Cheerleading 3, 4. Neil Douglas Falconer Foolball I, 2, 3, 4, Leller 4: Wresrling I, 2, 3, 4, Lelfer 4: Track I 2, 3, 4, Leller 3, 4. Kaihy Joy Fenlon Pep Club 4: S.P.Q.R. 2, 3, 4: F.T.A. 4: Chorus 2, 3. 4: "Music Man," crew: Honor Roll 3: Transferred from Sleinmelz High School, Chicago. Illinois, I964. Frank Fernandes John Michael Fiene Pep Club 2, 3: 6-Club 3, 4: Wreslling I: Baseball I, 2, 3, 4, Leller 3, 4: Inlramurals 4. Karen Louise Fisher Arfisans I, 2, 3, 4: Pep Club I. 4: Librarian I: Office Help 4: Monifor 3: "Teahouse of fhe Augusf Moon," crew. John Sfacy Firzpafrick Louise Caihleen Fifzsimmons Nafional Honor Sociefy 3, 4: Pep Club 4: Tri-S Teens 2, 3, 4: Council 4: SPOR I, 2: Office Help 4: Illinois Sfafe Scholasfic Semi-Finalisf: Regular Honor Roll 8: High Honor Roll 4. David William Fleege "Music Man" parf: Foofball I: Cross Counfry I: Track I. Susan Margarel' Foley Pep Club 2: Glen Teens 2: SPOR I, 2: Thespians 3, 4: Secrefary 4: Prom Commiflee 3: "Our Town," parf: "All My Sons," crew: "Blifhe Spirit" parf: "Teahouse of fhe Augusf Moon," parf, crew: "The New Tenant" parf: "The Diary of Anne Frank," parf: "Music Man," parf. Jane'I' Sue Ford ARIES 4: Pep Club 2, 3, 4: GAA I: Glen Teens 2, 4: Office Help 3: Monifor 4: Prom Commiffee 3: Transferred from Glenbard Wesf High School, I963. Susan Elizabefh Friedrich ARIES 4: Pep Club 2, 3, 4: Los Gringos 4: GAA 2: Prom Commiffee 3: Sfage crew 2: Transferred from Sf. Francis High School. Wheafon Illinois, I963. Pafrick L. Fuller Radio Club 2, 3: Monifor 3: Foofball I: Track 2: Inframurals 4: Tennis I, 2, 3.4: Leffer 3. Cynfhia Carol Fu'H'erer Pep Club I, 2, 3, 4: GAA I, 2: Thespians 3, 4: Treasurer 4: Chorus 3: Librarian I: Monifor 3, 4 "Our Town," crew: "Damn Yankees," parf: "All My Sons," assisfanf direcfor: "BIiI'he Spirit" parf: "Teahouse of fhe Augusf Moon," Crewhead: "The Diary of Anne Frank," Sfage manager: "The Man Who Came To Dinner," Crewhead: GirI's Bowling I: Besf Thespian Award 3: Golden Scissors Award I: Variefy Show I, parf: "The Sfrange World of Ionesco," crew, William F. Gallagher Riof Squad 3: Transferred from Sf. Francis High School, Wheafon Illinois, I964. William Ganes Los Gringos I, 2, 3, 4: Aulo Club 4: Monifor 3: Track I, 2: Illinois Sfafe Scholasfic Commendafion Semi-Finalisf: Regular Honor Roll 6. Roberi' Edward Gardner ARIES 3, 4: ECHO 3, 14: G-Club 3, 4: Monifor 4: "The Man Who Came To Dinner," parf: Cross Counfry 2, 3, 4: Leffer 3, 4. Track I, 2, 3, 4: Inframurals 3: High Honor Roll I: Regular Honor Roll 8. Right attitudes help seniors Senior class presidenf, Jeff Messenger, does noi- lef illness keep him from exhibifing fhe G.F. righf affifude. . Susan Lynn Gariepy Pep Club 4: Glen Teens 4: Transferred from Riverdale High School, Pierrefonds, Canada. Bill H. GarreI'I' Currenf Affairs Club 3, 4, Treasurer. Alan Craig Gasfeier Pep Club I: Baskefball I, 2: Baseball I, 2: Inlramural 4: Honor Roll I. Sfephen Marlc Gearharl Riol' Squad 3: Foofball 3, 4: Transferred from Dayfon. Ohio, I964. . Monika G. Gehrmann Pep Club I, 2, 3, 4: GAA I. 2: Glen-Teens 3: Tri-S Teens 3: FTA 3: Campus Council 4: Monifor 3: Prom Commillee 3: Regular Honor Roll 3. Charles Logan Gelgner ARIES 2, 3, 4: ECHO 3: Pep Club I, 2, 3: G-Club 4: Rio? Squad 3, 4, vice-presidenf 4: Deufscher Verein I, 2, 3, 4: Chess Club I, 2, 3, 4, presidenl' 3: Camera Club 2, 3. 4: Radio Club I. 2: Audio Visual I, 2: Campus Council 4: Monifor 4: Sfage Crew 2: Foofball I, 2, 3, 4, Le'IIer 4: Wresfling I, 2: Baseball I: Track 3: Honor Roll 5. Linda Marie Gerard: Glen-Teens 2, 3, 4, Council 4: S.P.O.R. .2: Chorus I, 2, 3, 4, presidenf 4: "Damn Yankees," parf: "BIi+he Spirit" crew: "Tea- house of fhe Augusi' Moon," crew: "The Diary of Anne Frank," crew: Honor Roll 4: Transferred from Providence High School. Chicago, Illinois, I962. Richard Rand Gerlach Mu Alpha Thefa 3, 4: G-Club 3, 4: Hi-Y I, 2, 3: Los Gringos I, 2, 3: Prom Commiffee 3: Foofball I, 2, 3, 4, Leffer 4: Track I, 2, 3, 4: Leffer 3, 4: Illinois Sfafe Scholaslic Commendafion Semi- Finalisf: Honor Roll ll. Nancy S. Geyer Pep Club I, 2, 3, 4: Deulscher Verein 2: Office Help 3, 4: "Our Town," crew. Richard Gilberl Terrence Eugene Gilber'I Anglers Club 3: Monifor 4: Inlramurals 2. Joan Marie Gilmer Nancy Ellen Goble ARIES 4: Pep Club I, 2, 3, 4: G.A.A. I, 2, 3, 4: Le Cercle Francais 2: Office Help 4: Prom Comrnilfee 3: GirI's Archery 4: Honor Roll 5. Virginia Lynn Godfrey Sfudenf Council 2, 3, 4, Corresponding Secrefary 4: Pep Club I, 2, 3, 4: Infer-Club 3: Thespians 4: Prom Commiffee 3: "The Man Who Came To Dinner," parf: "Music Man," crew: Cheerlead- ing 2, 3, 4: Honor Roll 2. James David Goelz ECHO I, 2, 3, 4: Sporfs Edifor 3, Edifor-in-Chief 4: G-Club 3, 4: Riof Squad 3, 4: lnframurals 2. 3. 4: Golf 2, 3, 4. Lelfer 3, 4. Randall E. Golonsbe Los Gringos 2, 3: Inframurals I, 2, 3. 4: Monifor 2: Baskel- ball 2: Baseball I: Honor Roll 4. Susan C. Gonzales Pep Club 3, 4: G.A.A. 2: Los Gringos 4, Treasurer 4: Prom Com- miflee 3: Honor Roll 9: High Honor Roll I: Transferred from Glenbard Wesf, Glen Ellyn, Illinois. I963. ArIe++e Ann Gorychlca Pep Club I, 2, 3, 4: Glen Teens 3. 4: Infer-Club 4. Council 4: Tri-S Teens 2, 3, 4, Council 3, 4: Los Gringos 2. 3, 4: Li- brarian I, 2: Office Help 3: Monifor 4: Prom Commiffee 3: Honor Roll I. A '73 419 .J ff auf' ff K?- Cynfhia Ann Govan ARIES 3, 4: Senior Ediror 4: Caduceus 4: Office Help 4: Monifor 4: Honor Roll 2: Transferred from Glenbarcl Wesf High School, Glen Ellyn, Illinois, I963. Jeffery G. Graef Deufscher Verein l, 4: Science Club l, 2, 3, 4: Band I, 2, 3, 4: Orchesfra 4: "Music Man," orchesfra: Honor Roll 4. Cindy Diane Grahm Pep Club I, 2, 3: G,A.A. I, 2, 3: Band I, 2, 3: Library Help 2, 3: Monifor 4: Transferred from Milford Township High School, Mil- ford, Illinois. Roger Allen Grams lnfer-Club 3: Science Club l, 2, 3, 4: Anglers Club 3, 4: Tennis I, 2. Chrisfine Marlorie Grass ECHO 2, 3: Pep Club I, 2: Glen-Teens I: S.P.Q.R. I: Caduceus 2, 3: Orchesfra l, 2, 3, 4: Office Help 3: "Our Town," crew: "Damn Yankee," parf: "The Diary of Anne Frank," crew: "Music Man," parf. Timofhy Mark Grassel Le Cercle Francais l, 2, 3, 4: Treasurer 4: Science Club l, 2: Chess Club 4: Orchesfra I, 2, 3, 4: "Music Man," orchesfra: "Any- fhing Goes," orchesfra: Honor Roll 3. Kennefh Frank Greaves Aufo Club 4: Anglers Club 3: Inframurals 3, 4: Band I, 2, 3, 4: Transferred from Glenbard Wesf, Glen Ellyn, Illinois, I963. James Harry Green Aufo Club 4: Track I. James L. Gregory Science Club I, 2. 3, 4: Currenf Affairs Club 3, 4: Chorus 2: Prom Commiffee 3: "Damn Yankees," parf: Illinois Sfafe Mock Consfifufional Convenfion, I965. Aries receives award for excellent coverage Mr. Rider presenfs fhe I965 yearbook award from fhe Nafional School Yearbook Associafion fo fhe I966 edifor, Sandy Killelea. r David Lloyd Gunn Sfudenf Council 2, 3, 4: Class Officer 4, vice-president: G-Club 3, 4, vice-presiclenf 4: S.P.O.R. I: Infra-murals 3: Monifor 4: Prom Commiffee 3: Foofball 3, 4, Leffer 4: Wresfling I, 2, 3. 4. Leffer 3, 4: Baseball I, 2, 3, 4, Lefler 3, 4: Honor Roll 6. Karen Ella Haberlcamp Pep Club 4: G.A.A. 2: Glen-Teens 3: Tri-S Teens 2, 3: Caduceus 2, 3: Campus Council 4: Monifor 4: Honor Roll 4: Transferred from Glenbard Wesl, Glen Ellyn. Illinois, I963. Donald Roberi Hachmeisfer Riof Squad 3, 4: Inframurals 3. 4: Monifor 3, 4: Illinois Sfafe Scholaslic Commendafion Semi-Finalisl: Honor Roll 8: Transferred from Glenbard Wesf, Glen Ellyn, Illinois, I963. Dave Lindsey Hageland AuI'o Club: Monifor: Wresfling. John ScoH' Hall Pep Club I: Rio? Squad 3. 4: "Our Town," parf: Track 2, man- ager. Kafhy Ann Hall Chorus I, 2, 3, 4. Carolyn Susan Hallerberg RAMBLINGS 2: G,A.A. 2, 3, 4, Council 4: Chorus 3, 4: GirI's Archery 4: GirI's Badminfon 2, 3: Junior Red Cross I: Honor Roll 5. Linda E. Hallman G.A.A. I: Tri-S Teens 4: "The Diary of Anne Frank." crew: Honor Roll 2. Larry Warren Hanson Deulscher Verein 2, 3, 4: Currenl' Affairs Club 3: Foolball 4: 2nd Place winner in Voice of Democracy confesf: Debafe 3. Audrey Harms Pep Club I: G.A.A. 3, Sporfshead: GirI's Badminfon 2. Linda Sue Harnden Pep Club I: G.A.A. I: Librarian I, Office Help 3. Thomas A. Har'I'ung Mu Alpha Thefa 4: Aufo Club 4: Wresfling I, 2, 3, 4, Leffer 4: Honor Roll IO. Terri Lynne Hafcher ARIES 3, 4: Pep Club 3, 4: G.A.A. 2: Le Cercle Francais 3, 4: Librarian 3: Prom Commilfee 3: "Teahouse of fhe Augusf Moon," parf: "The Man Who Came fo Dinner," parf: "Music Man." crew: Transferred from Glenbard Wesf High School, Glen Ellyn, Illinois, I963. Bonnie Ru'I'h Hayes ECHO 3, 4: Pep Club I, 2. Le Cercle Francais I, 2, 3. 4: Thespians 4: F.T.A. 3, 4, Infer Club 3. 4: Librarian I: Prom Com- milfee 3: "The Diary of Anne Frank." crew: "Music Man," crew: Honor Roll I. Susanne Lorraine Heard Pep Club I, 2, 3. 4, Council 2, 3, 4: Glen-Teens I: lnfer Club 4: Office Help 3, 4: Prom Commiffee 3. Milce R. Hearn Riol Squad 3: Hi-Y I, 2: Chorus 3. 4: Baseball 2. Milce Hemmerich G-Club 3. 4. Sergeanf af Arms. 4: Orchesfra I, 2: Campus Coun- cil 4 Foofball I 2 3 4 Leffer 4 Wresflin I 2 3 4 co- i 1 u v I i Q I v 1 1 capfain 4, Leffer 4: Track I, 2, 3, 4, Transferred from Wes! Leyden High School, Norfh Lalre, Illinois, I964. Linda Lee Henderson ECHO 3: G.A.A. I, 2, Sporfhead I: S.P.O.R. I, 2: Caduceus 2: Band I, 2, 3, 4: Prom Commiffee 3: "All My Sons," crew, "BIifhe Spirif," crew: Illinois Sfafe Scholasfic Commendafion Semi-Finalisf: Honor Roll 2. Pafricia Elizabefh Henderson Monifor 3: Transferred from Palms Senior High School, I963. Joan Elaine Henry Pep Club I, 2. 3, 4: G.A.A. I: Prom Commiffee 3.' Suellen Henry Pep Club 4: G.A.A. 2, 3, 4: Chorus I, 2: Transferred from Oak- wood High School, Dayfon, Ohio, I965. Paf Heringa ECHO 3: Mu Alpha Thefa 3, 4: Pep Club I, 2, 3: G.A.A. I. 2: Caduceus 4: Prom Commiffee 3: Honor Roll 4. Joe Chesfer Herfelendi James Michael Hill Currenf Affairs Club 3, 4, vice-presiclenf 4: Inframurals 4: Librarian 2, 3, 4: Delegafe fo Mock Illinois Sfafe Consfifufional Convenfion: Transferred from Lufher Soufh High School, Chicago, Illinois, I963. Susan Mae Hingfgen Pep Club I. 2, 4: G.A.A. I: FTA 3, 4: Chorus I, 2, 3: Librarian I: Honor Roll I: Transferred from Danvers, High School, Mass- achuseffs. Rick A. Hoffmann Transferred from Brookfield Cenfral High School, Brookfield, Wis- consin. Deufscher Verin: FTA 3, 4: Inframurals. Susan I. Hoffmann G.A.A.: Transferred from Brookfield -Cenfral High School, Wis- consin. Roberf William Hoffrage Aufo Club 4: Monifor 3, 4: Wresfling 2. Nancy A. Hoskins Pep Club 3: Librarian 2. Eric Sfuarf Hoy ARIES I, 2, 3, Business Manager 3: ECHO 2: Riof Squad 3. 4: S.P.Q.R. I, 2: Gamma Delfa Gamma I: Chess Club I, 2, 3, presidenf 3: Aufo Club 4: Audio Visual I: Forensics 2: "Our Town," parf: "My Three Angles," crew: Foofball I, 2, manager I, 2: Track I, manager I: Honor Roll 2. Sharon Roberfa Hudgens G.A.A. I, 2, 3: Inframurals I, 2, 3: Transferred from Sf. Francis, High School, Wheafon, Illinois, I965. Sarah Louise Huffman ECHO 4: Nafional Honor Sociefy 3, 4: Mu Alpha Thefa 3, 4: Glen-Teens I: Tri-S Teens I: Deufscher Verein 2, 3, 4, presidenf 3, vice-presidenf 4: FTA 4: Orchesfra I: Nafional Merif Scholasfic Foundafion Leffer of Commendafion. Terry Huffman Roberf A. Huml William Michael Huffon . Pep Club 4: Riof Squad 4: Inframurals I, 2: Campus Council 4: Monifor 3: Prom Commiffee 3: Foofball I: Wresfling 2, 3: Track I. '.....:l7 Final bell brings hasty exit Grace l. lardella G.A.A.: Monifor 3, 4: Transferred from Tail High School. Chicago, Illinois, I964. Judy Irwm Mu Alpha Thera 4: Deulscher Verein 3, 4: Band I, 2. 3. 4: Honor Roll 9: Transferred from Great Falls High School, Greal' Falls, Monlana. Phyllis Jane Jalcoubelc ARIES 4: G.A.A. I, 2: Glen Teens I: Thespians 4: Band I, 2, 3, 4: Library Help I: Prom Commillee 3: "Damn Yankees," parl: "The Greal' Big Doorslepf' crew: "The Diary of Anne Frank," crew: "The Man Who Came To Dinner," crew: "Music Man," crew: Oufslanding Foods l Sludenr, I965: Honor Roll 2. Johne'H'e Marie Jefchak GAA l:Tri-S Teens 3.4: Prom Commillee 3: Honor Roll lO. Alfred F. Jensen lnlramurals 3: Band I: Foolball 2, 3, 4: Tracl: 4. Richard. E. Jessen Foolball I, 2, 3: Baskefball 2, 3: Baseball l. 3. Terri Lynn Johannsen Mu Alpha Thera 3, 4: Pep Club I, 2, 3, 4: G.A.A. l, 2: Le Cercle Francais I, 2, 3: Gamma Della Gamma I: Monifor l, 2, 3: "Our Town," crew: "Damn Yankees," crew, "Teohouse of lhe Augusf Moon," crew: Illinois Slale Scholaslic Commendarion Semi- Finalisl: Honor Roll 5. Debbie Johnson Pep Club 2, 3. 4: G.A.A. 2: Glen-Teens 2, 3, 4, Council 3, vice- presidenr, 4: Caduceus 2, 3, 4: Campus Council 3: Moniror 3, 4: Prom Commiflee 3: "Our Town," crew, "All My Sons," crew, "Teahouse of 'rhe Augusf Moon," crew: Transferred 'From Glenbard Wesl High School, I963. Karen Eileene Johnson Pep Club I: Deulscher Verin I, 2, 3: Gamma Della Gamma 2: Thespians 3, 4: Chorus I. 2, 3, 4, vice-presidenr 4: Prom Com- miflee 3: "Damn Yankees." crew. "All My Sons," crew, "Tea- house of lhe Augusl Moon," parl: "Diary of Anne Frank," crew: "The Man Who Came To Dinner." crew: "Music Man," parl, Illinois Slare Scholaslic Commendalion Semi-Finalisl: Honor Roll l: "The Lesson. "The New Tenant" crew. Seniors Roger Gram, Pollie Ahern and Tom Ola loin 'lhe mad rush afler 'lhe 3:30 bell. 4W"451' Sfephen E. Johnson Librarian 2: Foolball 3, 4, manager 3, 4: Wresfling 3, manager 37 Track 3. manager 3. Thomas Ar'I'hur Johnson ARIES 2: Pep Club I, 2: Rio? Squad 3: Inlramurals I, 2, 3, 4: Baseball 4: Track I, 2, 3. Mary Jus'I'us Transferred from SI. Francis High School, Whealon, Illinois I965. Charles Sreve Kadlec Science Club I, 2, 3, 4, vice-presidenl' 2, presidenf 3: Anglers Club 3, 4: Band I, 2, 3, 4: Orcheslra 2: Gymnaslics I, 2: Isl Place Award Slafe Science Fair I964. Barbara Jean Kalinowski Monilor I: Transferred from Glenbard Wesl, Glen Ellyn, Illinois, I963. Susan Lynn Kampf Nalional I-Ionor,Sociefy 3, 4: Los Gringos, corresponding Sec- relary: Honor Roll I3: Transferred from Glenbard Wesf, Glen Ellyn, Illinois, I9b3. Margarel' Mary Kazor Pep Club 3. 4: F.T.A, 4: Office Help 4: Honor Roll 6: Trans- ferred from Madonna High School, Chicago, Illinois, I964. Karen Car+er Kegerris Arfisans 2, 3, 4: G.A.A. I: Thespians 3, 4: Prom Commilfee 3: "Damn Yankees." crew: "BIiI'I-ie Spiril-," crew: "Teahouse of 'Ihe Augusf Moon," crew: "The Diary of Anne Frank", crew: "The Man Who Came To Dinner," crew: "Music Man," crew: Scholaslic Arl Award: Honor Roll 6. Lee Charles Kelberlau Los Gringos I, 2, 3: Inlramurals 3, 4: Foolball 2: Wreslling I. Wayne George Kelder Pep Club I: Inlramurals 3,'4: Basketball 4, manager: Debale Club: Honor Roll 4. Ross Bra'H's+rom Kellan S.P.Q.R. I, 2: Band I, 2, 3, 4, presidenl' 3, 4: Orcheslra I, 2, 3, 4: Monilor 3: "Damn Yankees," parl: Cross Counlry 2, 3, 4: Track I, 2, 3: Honor Roll I. John Edward Kemper Riof Squad 3: Los Gringos 2, 4: Hi-Y 2, 3: Track 2. Jeff Allan Kerl G-Club 4: Inlramurals 3., 4: Foolball 3, 4: Wreslling 2: Baseball I, 2, 3, 4: Transferred from Glenbard Wesf, Glen Ellyn, Illinois, I9b3. Sandra Jane Killelea ARIES 3, 4, Junior Ediror 3, Execulive Edilor 4: Pep Club I, 2: Glen Teens I. 2, 3, 4: Prom Commillee 3: "Teahouse of Ihe Augusl Moon." crew: "Music Man," crew: Honor Roll 7. Judilh A. King ECHO I, 2, 3, 4: 2nd page Edilor 3, Manager Edilor 4: RAMBLINGS 2: Pep Club I: G.A.A. 2: Glen Teens I: Le Cercle Francais 3: S.P.O.R. I, 2: FTA. '4: GirI's Bowling 2: Illinois Sfaie Scholasiic Semi-Finalisl: Honor Roll I3. Roseann Linda King Librarian I, 2. Dean Roberl' Kinzer Mu Alpha Thefa 3, 4: S.P.Q.R. I, 2, 3, 4: Aulo Club 4: Infra- murals I, 2, 3, 4, Monilor 3: Track 3, manager: Illinois Sfale Scholastic Commendalion Semi-Finalisf. Honor Roll I2. Alfred Henry Klar Deborah Jean Kleclc Mu Alpha Thefa 3, 4: Pep Club I, 2, 3, 4: Glen Teens I: Los Gringos 3, 4: F.T.A. 4: Chorus I: Monilor 2: Prom Commiflee 3: "All My Sons," crew: Honor Roll 8. ' Glenda Jeanne Klein Nafional Honor Sociefy 3, 4: Pep Club 4: Inler-Club 4, vicee presidenl 4: Tri-S Teens I, 2. 3, 4, Council I, 2, Secrelary 3, Vice-presidenl 4: Los Gringos 2, 3, 4, Secrefary 2, vice-presideni 3, 4: Caduceus 3, 4: Office Help 2, 3, 4: Honor Roll 8. Marilyn Kleinedler Pep Club 2, 4: Glen Teens I, 2. 3: Los Gringos 2: Honor Roll 9. Laura Lee Klies'I' Caduceus 4: Chorus, 3, 4: Library Help I: Transferred from Glenbarcl Wesl. Glen Ellyn, Illinois, I963. Adrienne Kline Pep Club I. 2, 3, 4: G.A.A, I. 2: Prom Commiliee 3. Bruce A. Kmoch ECHO 4: Pep Club, 2, 3: G-Club 4: Riof Squad 3: Science Club I, 2: Prom Commilfee 3: Tennis 2, 3. 4: Lei-fer 3, 4, James A. Koepke Rio? Squad 3, 4: Science Club I, 2, 3: Chess Club 2. 3: Audio Visual I, 2, 3: Anglers Club 3: lnlramurals 2, 3, 4: Monilor 4: Wreslling I. Michael G. Koler Aulo Club 4: Transferred from Bogan High School, Chicago, Illinois. I963. Ken Konczal 1 T I Seniors learn to take bad with ood Coach Hill lends one of Ihe many wounds Neil Falconer and other players received during fhe 'Foo+baII season. , Mm . - 5- -l.- I Karen Lyn Konopasek Pep Club I, 2: "Damn Yankees," crew: "Teahouse of fhe Augusf Moon," crew: "The Greaf Big Doors'rep," crew: "Anne Frank," crew "Music Man," crew: GirI's Bowling 2, 3. Joseph Krenzel Inler-Club 2: Hi.Y I, 2, 3: Chaplain 3: Science Club 3, 4: Vice- Presidenl' 3, 4: Radio Club I, 2: Cross Counfry I, 2, 3: Lefier 3: Wresfling I, 2. 3, Leller 3: Track I, 2, 3: LeH'er 3: Honor Roll 4. Linda Krolak Keni' Krueger Bruce K. Krumeich Baskefball 3: Baseball 3, 4, Lelfer 4: Honor Roll I: Transferred from Indusfry High School, Induslry. Illinois, I964. Diane Carol KrysI'oseIc ECHO 2: Pep Club I, 2, 3, 4: "Teahouse of Ihe Augusl' Moon," crew: Honor Roll 4: Los Gringos, I, 2, 3: Caduceus 3, 4, Secrerary 4: Radio Club 4: Office Help 4. Ted L. Kurkowslci Mu Alpha Thera 4: SPQR I, 2, 3, 4: Science Club I. 2: Orches- Ira I, 2, 3, 4: "Music Man," orchesrra Illinois Slare Scholasfic Commendalion Semi-Finalisf: Honor Roll 4. Ray Lake Ken James Laechelr Deufscher Verin: Inrra-murals. Douglas John Lalla Mu Alpha Thefa 3: Science Club I: Cross Couniry 2, 3, 4: Track I, 2. 3, 4: Illinois S+aI'e Scholasiic Commendarion Semi- Finalist Oufsfanding Award Sfale Science Fair, Honor Roll IO. Michael R. Lane Pep Club 3. 4: Hi-Y I: Inlramurals 3, 4: Prom Commiffee 3: "The Diary of Anne Frank." crew: "The Man Who Came To Din- ner," par+: "Music Man." parf, Foofball 2, 3: Wreslling I. Mary Kafherine LaPraII Pep Club I: GAA I, 2: Librarian I: Office Help 3, 4: Prom Com- mifiee 3. II fr ,Q I 'N ,,:, Susan Marie Larson Pep Club I, 2, 3, 4: Le Cercle Francais 3: Honor Roll 4. Richard Nicholas Lafronica Ellen Rufh Lau Pep I, 2, 3, 4: GAA. I, 2: Thespians I: Librarian I: Office Help 3.4. Lynne L. Lavm Siudenf Council 4: ARIES 4: Glen-Teens 2: Los Gringos 2, 3, 4: Chorus 4: Prom Commiffee 3: "Teahouse of fhe Augusf Moon," crew: Honor Roll 8. Kim Parlc Lawler Nafional Merif Scholasfic Foundafion Leffer of Commendafion: Illinois Sfafe Scholasfic Commendafion Semi-Finalisf: Honor Roll 7. Barbara Ann Lawrence Judifh Ann Lay Pep Club 3, 4: Tri-S Teens 3, 4: Caduceus 3, 4: Transferred from Holy Child High School, Waukegan, Illinois, I965. Connie Marie LeoneI"ri Pep Club: Band: Transferred from Campbell High School, Aflanfa, Georgia I966. Rosemary Leveille ECHO 4: Pep Club I, 2. 4: Glen-Teens I, 2, 3, 4, Treasurer 4: F.T.A. 4: Office Help 3, 4: Prom Commiffee 3: Honor Roll I. Connie Marie Lewis RAMBLINGS I: Pep Club I, 2: Monifor 3: Prom Commiflee 3: "All My Sons." crew. Jan Melody Liebech Pep Club I, 2: Glen-Teens 3: Chorus I, '4: Prom Commiffee 3: Transferred from Glenbard Wesf High School, Glen Ellyn, Illinois, I963. Claire Lmdblom ARIES 4: Nafional Honor Sociefy 3, 4: G.A.A. I, 2, 3, 4: Glen Teens I: Los Gringos 2, 3, 4: "The Greaf Big DoorsIep," crew: Girl's Tennis I, 2, 3, 4: Illinois Sfafe Scholasfic Commendafion Semi-Finalisf: Honor Roll I4. Ronald Paul Lindsey Pep Club 4: Science Club 2: Chess Club 3: Radio Club 3: Airplane Club 3, 4: Chorus I, 2: Monifor 4: Prom Commiffee 3: Sfage Crew 3: Foofball I: Track 2: Transferred from Monficello High School, Monficello, Illinois. Elizabefh Liplce Pep Club I, 2, 3, 4: G.A.A. I: Tri-S Teens 4: Le Cercle Francais I, 2, 3, 4: Cacluceus 4: Prom Commiffee 3: "Teahouse of fhe Augusf Moon," crew: Illinois Sfafe Scholasfic Commendafion Semi-Finalisf: Honor Roll IO. Charles N. Lisner Ernesfine Lisner Transferred from Sf. Francis High School, Wheafon, Illinois, I965. Daryl Lee Logan Nafional Honor Sociefy 3, 4: Mu Alpha Thefa' 3. 4: G-Club 4: Deufscher Verin 3, 4: lnframurals I, 2, 3. 4: Baslcefball I: Base- ball I, 2, 3, 4: Illinois Sfafe Scholasfic Commendafion Semi- Finalisf: Honor Roll I2, Lawrence Michael Lofesio Inframurals 4: Chorus I: Wresfling 2: Transferred from Glenbard Wesf, Glen Ellyn, Illinois, I962 Susan Dianne Lowe Pep Club I, 2: GAA. 3. Warren Lowry Aufo Club 4: Campus Council 3: Transferred from Harper High School, Chicago, Illinois, l96I. Angela Ludwig e.A.A, i. Janef Ellen McAndless ARIES 4: Pep Club I, 2: GAA. 2: Infer-Club 3: Deufscher Verein I. 2, 3.4: Council 4: Librarian Help I: Honor Roll I. Barbara Jean McCa+hren RAMBLINGS 2: GAA. 2: Chorus 2, 3, 4: Transferred from Willowbrook High School, Villa Park, Illinois. I963. Terry J. McCrea lnfermurals 4: Track I, 2, 3. Geor e Allen McDaniel Jr Q . lnframurals 2, 3, 4: Transferred from Glenbard Wesf High School, Glen Ellyn, Illinois, I963. Lawson Sfanley McDaniel Jr. Riof Squad 3: Inframurals 2, 3, 4: Transferred from Glenbard Wesl' High School, Glen Ellyn, Illinois, I963. Pafricla Anne McDonald ARIES 4: ECHO 2: Pep Club I, 2, 3: Glen-Teens 4: Chorus I, 2, 3: Prom Commiffee 3: Honor Roll I: Debafe Club 2: Transferred from Glenbard Wesf High School, Glen Ellyn, Illinois, I963. Alice E. McFadden Pep Club 4: Thespians 4: Council 4: Monifor 4: Prom Commiflee 3: "Anyfhing Goes." crew: "The Diary of Anne Frank," Assisfanf Direcfor: "The Man Who Came To Dinner," parf: "Music Man," crew: Honor Roll 2: Transferred from Berkley High School, Berkley, Michigan. I965. Marianne McHaIe ARIES 3, 4: ECHO 2, 3: Forensics 2: Office Help 2: Monifor 3, 4: Prom Commiffee 3: Transferred from Sl. Francis High School, Wheafon, Illinois, I963. Henry McKee Inframurals 4. Margarel' Mary McLeIIand ECHO 3: Pep Club I, 2: G.A.A. I: Monifor 3, 4: Prom Com- miffee 3. Wendy Anne Mac Donald Pep Club I, 2, 3, 4: GAA. I, 3, 4: Glen-Teens I: Deufscher Verein 2, 3: Girl's Tennis 4: GirI's Bowling 4: Honor Roll 2. Diana Lynn Makal Pep Club I: Tri-S Teens 3, 4: Caduceus I, 3, 4: Treasurer 4: Band I, 2, 3, 4: Monifor 4: Elmwood Park High School, Elmwood Park, Illinois. Barbara Linne Malm Pep Club I, 2, 3, 4: G.A.A. I, 2: Los Gringos 2, 3: SPQR I: Campus Council 4: Librarian I: Office Help I, 2, 3: "Our Town," crew: "Teahouse of The Augusf Moon," crew: Honor Roll I. Joyce Margaref Malson Tri-5 Teens 3, 4: Prom Commiffee 3: "All My Sons," crew: "BIifhe Spirit" crew: "Teahouse of 'rhe Augusf Moon," crew: "The Diary of Anne Frank," crew. Pafrick Manley Transferred from Sf. Francis High School, Wheafon, Illinois, I964. 501 YZ!!! wi Campus Council members relax from sirenuous acliviiies of the day. Seniors help monitor hallways Tom Manning Fooiball I . Susan Marie Marasa ARIES 4: Pep Club I. 2, 3, 4, Council 4: G.A.A. I, 2: Glen Teens 3, 4: Inier Club 4: Prom Commiliee 3, Chairman head 3: Honor Roll I. Ellen Grayce Marlin Pep Club I, 2: Los Gringos I, 2, 3, 4, Presideni' 4: Thespians 3. 4: Orchesfra I, 2, 3, 4: Prom Commifiee 3: "The Lesson-The New Tenant" crew: "Damn Yankees," crew: "All My Sons," crew: "Teahouse of Ihe Augusl Moon," crew: "The Greal' Big Doorsiepf' crew: "The Man Who Came Io Dinner," crew: "Music Man," parl: "AnyIhing Goes," pari, crew. Caroline Mariinez Nancy Ann Maiher ARIES 4, Index Editor 4: Pep Club I, 2, 3, 4: Glen-Teens I, 2, 3: Inler-Club 4: Tri-S Teens 2: Honor Roll 4: Transferred from Sergeanl Bluff High School. Be'Hy Ann Mairisciano Glen-Teens 3: Chorus 2, 3: Moniior 4: Transferred from Glenbard Wes? High School, Glen Ellyn, Illinois, I963. Arnold E. Ma+'I'is Deuischer Verin I, 2: Inlramurals 3, 4: Baseball I. 2: TFGCIK I, 2. Sfeven James May ARIES 4: Inlramurals 2, 3, 4: Campus Council 4: Prom Commitiee 3: Cross Couniry I, 2, 3: Baslcelball I, 2: Track I, 2. Gloria J. Mazzulla Office Help I: Monilor I: Transferred from Easl Leyden. Franklin Park, Illinois, I963. Chrislopher Marlin Meals Forensics I: Foolball I: Wreslling l, 2, 3: Baseball I, 2, 3: Trans- ferred from Woodward High School, Cincinnali, Ohio, l965. George S. Megard Pep Club I: GfClub 4: SPQR l, 2, 3, 4: Monilor 4: Prom Com- millee 3: Foofball l, 2, 3. 4. Leller 4: Gymnasfics I: Wresfling 2: Tennis I: Honor Roll IO. Susan Mehl Transferred from Willowbrook High School, Villa Park, Illinois, l965. Paul Edward Mellconian Richard W. Mercer Science Club l, 2, 3: Radio Club 2, 3, 4: Moniror 3: Nalional Meril' Scholasfic Foundafion Lerler of Commendalion. Jeff L. Messenger Class Officer 4, Presidenl: Riol Squad 3, 4: Band I, 2, 3, 4, Drum Maior 2, 3, 4: Orchesrra 4: Campus Council 4: Prom Commiflee 3, Chairman: "Damn Yankees," orcheslra: "Music Man," orcheslra: Wresfling I: Honor Roll I. Bruce A. Meyer G'Club 4: lnlramurals 3, 4: Foolball l: Gymnaslics l: Traclc l, 2, 3, 3. Frances Michalelc Timolhy Lee Michel SPQR I, 2, 3, 4: Foolball I, 2, 3, 4, Leffer 4: Nalional Meril scholasric Foundafion Semi-Finalisr: lllinois Sfale Scholasric Semi- Finalist Vivian Elaine Miles Pep Club l, 2: Prom Commiffee 3. Susan May Minrern ECHO 2, 3: Nafional Honor Sociefy 3. 4: Mu Alpha Thela 3, 4: Pep Club l, 2, 3: SPOR 3, 4: Band l, 2, 3, 4: Nafional Meril Scholaslic Foundafion SemiAFinalis'r: Illinois Slale Scholaslic Semi-Finalisl: High Honor Roll 3: Honor Roll ll. Thomas Edwin Monaghan Pep Club I: Rioi' Squad 3: Aulo Club 4: Science Club I: Infra- murals 3, 4: Foolball l: Wreslling l: Boy's Slale Represenlalive. David L. Mondo Gymnaslics l, 2, 3, 4. Richard A. Mons ARIES 3, 4, Copy Edilor 4: ECHO 2. 3, 4, Business Manager 3, 4: Deu+scherVerein 3, 4: SPOR I, 2: "BliI'he Spirit" crew: "Teahouse of The Augusl' Moon," crew: Prom Commillee 3: Illinois Sfafe Scholasfic Commendalion Semi-Finalisl: Honor Roll 3. Harold J. Mon'I'ecinos Foorball 2: Wreslling 3: Baseball 2: Transferred from Glenbard Wesl High School, Glen Ellyn, Illinois, I963 Henry F. Monri Band l, 2, 3, 4: Wreslling 2. James Curris Moore Nalional Honor Sociefy 3, 4: Los Gringos 2, 3, 4: Auto Club 4: lnlramurals 4: Librarian I: Nafional Meri? Scholastic Foundafion Leller of Commendalion: lllinois Slale Scholaslic Commendalion Semi-Finalisl: Honor Roll 9: Transferred from Glenbard Wesf High School, Glen Ellyn, I963. Russell E. Morl-z Hi-Y l, 2: Chess- Club I, 2: Inframurals I, 2, 3, 4: Honor Roll l: Transferred from Proviso Wes? High School, Hillside, Illinois, 1965. '4h':.:l' Deferminafion shows on fha face of varsify hurdler John Bloxham as he nears fhe finish line. Michael D. Moss ECHO 2. Circulafion Manager 2: Pep Club I, 2: Piof Squad 3, 4: Science Club I: Aulo Club 4, Presidenf 4. Rolaerf C. Moff G-CIub3. 4: GoIf2, 3.4, Lefler 3, 4: Honor Roll I. Cheryl Myers Pep Club I, 2, 4: GAA I. John William Neifzlce G-Club 3, 4: Golf 2, 3, 4, Leffer 3, 4: Honor Roll I. Glen Richard Nelson Mu Alpha Thefa 3. 4: SPQR I. 2: Honor Roll 7. Janice Marie Nelson Pep Club I, 2, 3, 4: Campus Council 3, 4: Monilor 2, 3: Prom Commiffee 3. John Carl Nelson Riof Squad 3: Deufscher Verein 2, 3: Band I, 2: Monifor 4: Honor Roll I. Ronald Frank Nesler lnframurals 4: Wresfling 2, 4. Donna Margaref Ness Nafional Honor Sociefy 3, 4: Mu Alpha Thefa 4: Glen-Teens I, 2: SPOR I. 2, 3: Office Help 2, 3: Nafional Merif Scholasfic Foundafion Leffer of Commendafion: High Honor Roll Il: Honor Roll 3. Seniors excel in athletics k , mins--..,.,, Harriet Stanley, iTerry Hafcheri, cringes af seeing fhe roach colony, a gift io Mr. Sheridan Whiteside, lKeifh Millerl, in "The Man Who Came fo Dinner." Jacquelyn J. Nielsen Karl Nilsen G-Club 4: Campus Council 4: Monifor 4: Prom Commiffee 3: Foofball I, 2, 3, 4, Leifer 4: Wrestling I: Track 2. Janet Ann Nixon Librarian I, 2: Office Help 3, 4. Glenn Fredrick Nordbroclc Aufo Club 3, 4: Wresfling l, 2, 3. Gayle Marie Notley Pep Club 2: Glen-Teens 3: Chorus I, 2, 3, 4: Transferred from Morfon East, Cicero, lllinois, I963. Raymond William Novak Class Officer 2, President: ECHO I: G-Club 4: Campus Council 3, 4, Chairman 4: Monifor 3: Prom Commiffee 3, Chairman: Foot- ball l, 2, 3, 4, Lelfer 4: Baseball 2, 3, 4: Tennis l: SAR Award: Honor Roll 8. Fred Ewald Nueser ECHO 3, 4: Pep Club 4: Riot Squad 3: Deutscher Verin 2, 3, 4: lnframurals 2, 3, 4: Monifor 4: Prom Commiffee 3: Transferred from Glenbard Wesf High School, Glen Ellyn. lllinois, I963. Rodger Gerald O'Connell Pep Club I: Riot Squad 4: Intramurals 4: Campus Council 4: Gymnastics l, 2, 3.4, Leffer 4. Mary Philomena Oehler ARIES 4, Business Manager 4: ECHO 3, 4, Co-Edifor 4: Mu Alpha Theta 3: Pep Club l, 2, 3, 4: Monitor 3, 4: Prom Com- miffee 3: Honor Roll 7. Thomas Allen Oia Riof Squad 3, 4: Anglers Club 4: lnframurals I, 2, 3, 4: Monifor 4: Foofball l:Wresfling I: Hockey 4. Patricia Mary O'Kane Pep Club I, 2, 3, 4: Glen-Teens 4: Tri-S Teens I, 2, Council 2: FTA 3, 4, Council 4: Campus Council 4: Monitor l, 2, 3. Seniors demonstrate artistic talents if 9 v-5, John Edward Olson Hi-Y I: Monilor 4: Foolball 4: Wreslling 2, 3, 4, Leller 4: Baseball I. Jane Ellen O'Meara Pep Club I, 2, 3, 4: GAA I: Glen-Teens I, 2, 3, 4, Council I, Secrelary 2, Vice-Presidenl' 3, Presidenl 4: lnler-Club 3: Office Help 3: Moniror 4, Prom Commillee 3. Bruce Ralph Orlando Hi-Y 2: Inlramurals 4: Gymnaslics I. Jacqueline Mary Osborne ARIES 4: Pep Club I, 2, 3, 4: Los Gringos 2: Campus Council 4: Monilor 3: Prom Commillee 3: Cheerleading 2, 3, 4: Honor Roll 5. Linda Lee Osfrowslri Nalional Honor Sociefy 3, 4, Secrefary 4: Pep Club I, 2, 3, 4: Monilor 3: Prom Commillee 3, Chairman: Cheerleading 2, 3, 4: Honor Rall I3: DAR Award. Linda Sue Paige Pep Club 4: Glen-Teens 3: Chorus 2, 3: Prom Commillee 3: Transferred from Midview High School, Elyria, Ohio, I963. Kennelh Charles Peglow Monifor 3, 4, Caplain 4: Track 2, 3. Roberl Michael Penninglon ECHO I, 3, 4: Riol Squad 3, 4: Los Gringos I, 2, 3, 4: Thespians 3, 4, Vice-Presidenl' 4: Campus Council 3, 4: Prom Commillee 3: "Our Town." perl: "Damn Yankees." crew: "All My Sons," parl: "BIilhe Spirit" Assislanl Direclor: "Teahouse of lhe Augusl' Moon," parl, crew: "The Diary of Anne Frank," parl, crew: "The Man Who Came fo Dinner," parl: "Music Man." parl, crew: Wresfling I, 2: Honor Roll 3. Anila Marie Perry Pep Club I, 2: GAA I, 2: Glen-Teens I: "My Three Angles," crew. Michael A. Perso Hi-Y 4: Aulo Club 4: Inlrarnurals 4: Track 2, 3. Randall R. Person Riol Squad 3: Los Grinqos 2, 3: Inlra-murals 3, 4: Wreslling I, 2: Track I, 2. Roberl' C. Pelerson Nafional Honor Sociely 3, 4: Mu Alpha Thela 3, 4: Inlramurals 3, 4: Baslcelball 3, 4, manager: Illinois Slale Scholaslic Com- mendalion Semi-Finalisl: High Honor Roll I: Honor Roll 3. Ronald Lee Pelerson Aufo Club 2: Inlramurals 2. Rosann Kalherine Pflaumer GAA I, 2: Glen-Teens I. Linda M. Pierce Pep Club I: GAA I, 2, 3: High Honor Roll I: Honor Roll I3. Roberl E. Pine Pep Club I, 2: G-Club 4: Monilor 3: "The Diary of Anne Frank," crew: "Music Man," crew: Foolball I, 2, 3: Baskelball I, 2. 3, 4, Leller 4: Track I, 2. Lois Ann Pionllrowslci Nafional Honor Sociely 3, 4: Arrisans I, 2, 3, 4: Pep Club 2, 3, 4: Glen-Teens 3, 4: Campus Council 4: Monilor 3: Prom Commiffee 3: Honor Roll IO: Transferred from Sacred Hear? Academy, Lisle, Illinois. 'Km 1-fd vc T 'it -saggy we UIQ' is .I. -cf' qw? '-P., fuk' wrulfis BeHe Irene Plass ARIES 3: Pep Club 2, 3: GAA 2: Glen-Teens 2, 3, 4: Tri-S Teens 2: Deufscher Verin I, 2: Thespians 4: Prom Commiffee 3: "Damn Yankees," Crew: "Teahouse of fhe Augusf Moon," parf: "The Diary of Anne Frank," crew: "The Man Who Came fo Dinner." crew: "Music Man." crew: Honor Roll 2: Transferred from Glen- bard Wesf High School, Glen Ellyn, Illinois, I963. Roberf Charles Plaul-L Aufo Club 4: Audio Visual I, 2, 3, 4: Librarians I: Monifor 4: Prom Commiffee 3. Sharon Plonka ECHO 2, 3: Pep Club 2. 3: Tri-S Teens I, 3: SPOR 2: Forensics 2: Office Help 3, 4: Prom Commiffee 3, Chairman: Honor Roll 4: Debafe Club 2: Transferred from Sf. Francis High School, Wheafon, Illinois, I963. Charles E. Pollack Ronald Gene Pommier Pep Club 2: Rio? Squad 3: Los Gringos 3: Inframurals I, 2, 3, 4: Gymnasfics I, 2. Michael Lee Poole Infer-Club 2: Rio? Squad 3: Science Club I, 2. 3, Presidenf 2: lnframurals 4: Monifor 3: Prom Commiffee 3: Foofball I, 2, 3: Wresfling I, 2, 3: Track 2. James A. Posflewanfe ARIES I, 2, Head Phofographer 2: ECHO 3: Pep Club 4: Camera Club I, 2, 3: Campus Council 4: Campus Life 3, 4, Vice-Presidenf 3, Council 4: Honor Roll 2. Roberf James Pryor Pep Club I, 2, 3, 4: Riof Squad 3, 4: Inframurals 2, 3.4: Poofball 2, 3, 4, Leffer 4: Wresfling I, 2, 3, 4, Lelfer 3, 4. Thomas Raymond Radic Gae Marie RadI'Ice Rae Louise Radflce Ri+a L. Radl-Ice Pep Club I, 2, 3, 4: Monifor 4: Prom Commiffee 3. Linda Ann Radvillas ARIES 4: Pep Club I, 2, 3. 4: G.A.A. 3: Caduceus 4: Office Help 2, 3. Jaclc Arfhur Randles Pep Club 2, 3: Hi-Y 4: Los Gringos I: Inframurals 2, 4: Campus Council 4: Prom Commiffee 3: Foofball I: Gymnasfics I, 2, 3, Leffer I, 2, 3. KaI'l1y Rardm ARIES 4: Pep Club I, 2, 3, 4: Tri-S Teens 3, 4, Treasurer 4: SPOR I, 2: Office Help 2, 3: Prom Commiffee 3: "Damn Yankees," crew: "Teahouse of fhe Augusf Moon," parf: "The Diary of Anne Frank," parf: "Music Man," crew: Honor Roll I, Paul A. Rauslcin G-Club 3, 4: Inframurals 2, 3: Campus Council 4: Prom Com- miffee 3: Gymnasfics I, 2, 3.4: Baseball I. Peggy Lynn Redig Pep Club I, 2, 4: Glen-Teens 2, 3, 4, Secrefary 4: SPOR 2: Campus Council 3: Monifor 3: Prom Commiffee 3: Honor Roll 3. Pam Reed G.A.A. 2: Transferred from Franlclin Communify High School. Sfephen Allen Rehfeldl' DeuIscherVerein 2.3: Mu Alpha Thefa 3, 4: Chess Club 3: Infra- murals 2, 3, 4: Illinois Slafe Scholasfic Semi-Finalisf: Honor Roll IO. Maryann Relland ARIES I, 2, 3, Adverlising Manager 2, Subscripfion Manager 3: RAMBLINGS 4: Pep Club I, 2, 3: G.A.A. I: Chorus I, 2: Monifor 3: "Our Town," crew: "AII My Sons." part Ramon Randolph Repp Gymnaslics I, 2, 3, 4, Lefler 3, 4. Co-Caplain 4: Honor Roll 2, Roy Allen Reynolds ARIES I, 2, 3: Riol Squad 3, 4: Deulscher Verein I, 2: "Our Town," parf: "My Three Angles," crew: Slage Crew I, 2. Bruce Vernen Richardson Pep Club 2, 3, 4: Monifor 4: Foofball 2: Cross Counlry I: Track I: Golf 2, 4. Linda Rose Ridener Pep Club I, 2, 3: G.A.A. I, 2, 3, council 3: G-irI's Badrninlon 2: G-irl's Bowling 2. Darrell Raymond Ris'I' ARIES 4: Sludenf Council 2, 4, Treasurer 4: Nalional Honor Sociely 3, 4, Treasurer 4: Mu Alpha Thela 3, 4: Los Gringos 3, 4: Forensics I, 2: Band I: "The Man Who Came Io Dinner," crew: "Music Man," parl: Prom Commillee 3: "AnyI'hing Goes," crew, parf: Illinois Sfale Scholaslic Semi-Finalisig AFS Semi- linalisl: Tennis 3: High Honor Roll 6: Honor Roll 8. James Edward Roberls Jr. Pep Club I, 2, 3, 4: G-Club 4: Rio? Squad 3, 4: I-li-Y 2, 3, 4: Inlra-murals I, 2, 3, 4: Campus Council 4: Monilor 3: Foolball I: Cross Counfry 2: Baslcelball 2, 3, 4, Leller 4: Traclc I. Candace Roberlson Lois Anne Roegner Pep Club: Librarian Office Help: Tri-S Teens. Lola Ma Romano Y Transferred from Wesl Leyden High School, Norlh Lake, Illinois, I963. Deborah Lynn Rominger ARIES 4: Nalional Honor Sociefy 3, 4: Arlisans I, 2, 3, Vice- Presidenf 4: G.A.A. 2: Band I, 2, 3, 4, Council 4: Orchesfra 2, 3, 4: "Damn Yankees," orcheslra: "Music Man," orchesfrag Illinois Slale Scholasfic Semi-Finalisf: High Honor Roll I: Honor Roll I3. 'Q' tudents help at fall reglstratlon Roy Reynolds, Eric Hoy, Dennis Cenlofanle, and Hew Hopkins discuss The good business af Ihe Sepfember +ex'rbook sales. Seniors offer original ideas Lynda Wiif, Chris Johanson, and Barb Anderson share new ideas al' an or- qanizafion workshop. John Rouse Iniramurals I, 2: Rioi Squad 3, 4: Hi-Y I, 2: Traclc 2, 3, 4. Alfred J. Ruiz Riol Squad 3: FTA 3: Forensics 3: Prom Commiiiee 3: Fooiball I, 2: Debaie 3. Robin Jean Rupp Transferred from Willowbrook High School, Villa Park, Illinois, l965. John B. RuHer Aulo Club 4: Foofball I, 2. Marilyn Alyce Ryan Glen-Teens I, 2, 3, 4: Ivloniior 4: Prom Commiiiee 3. Dorofhy Rybaczyk Mu Alpha Theia 4: Transferred from Glenbard Wesi' High School, Glen Ellyn, Illinois, I963. Linda S+. John ARIES 4, Head Typisf 4: Pep Club I, 2, 4: SPQR I: Campus Council 3: Prom Commiffee 3: Honor Roll I: Michael John Scalzo Siudenl' Council I, 2, 3, 4: Mu Alpha Thela 3: SPQR I, 2: Prom Comrniifee 3: Fooiball I, 2, 3, 4, Leiier 4, Mosl' Valuable Player 4, All-Conference 4: Wresiling I, 2, 3, 4: Leiier 4: Baseball I, 2, 3, 4: Leiier 3, 4: Illinois Siafe Scholaslic Semi-Finalisi: Honor Roll IO. Penny Beryce Schallc Pep Club I, 4: Chess Club 3: Chorus 2, 3. Barbara E. Schamberger Ramblings I: GAA 2, 3, 4, Council 4: Chorus I, 2, 3, 4: Tri-S Teens I:GirIs Bowling 4. George B. Scharf Jr. Rior Squad 3: Hi-Y 4: Aufo Club 4: Track 3: Transferred from Sf. Francis High School, Wheafon, Illinois, I963. Gerald David Scharlau G-Club 4: Iniramurals 3, 4: Foofball I: Baslceiball I, 2, 4: Baseball I, 2: Honor Roll 4. Richard K. Schneider Pep Club 3: G-Club 4: Hi-Y 4: Riol' Squad 3, 4: SPQR I, 2: Inframurals I, 2, 3, 4: Monifor 2, 3, 4:-,Prom Commiffee 3: Foofball I, 4, Lefrer 4: Baseball 3, 4, Manager 4, Leffer 3. Rufhann Schneider Pep Club 2, 3: Glen-Teens 2, 3: lnfer-Club 3: Tri-S Teens 4: Deufscher Verin 3, 4: Caduceus 2. 3, 4, Council 3, Presidenr 4: F.T.A. 4: Office Help 3, 4: Monifor 4: Honor Roll I: Transferred from Glenbard Wesr, Glen Ellyn, Illinois, I963. Alec Dean Schrader ECHO 3. 4: lnfer-Club 4: G-Club 4: Hi-Y I, 2, 3, 4, Vice- Presiclenf 3, Presldenl' 4: lnframurals 4: Campus Council 3, 4: Moniror 3: Foorball I, 2, 3, 4, Leffer 4: Track I: Tennis 2: Illinois Sfafe Scholasfic Semi-Finalisrz Honor RolIf2. Carol Jean Schulle Pep Club 2, 3: G.A.A. I. 2: Glen-Teens 3: Tri-S Teens I, 2: Le Cercle Francais I, 2: Caduceus I, 2: Chorus 3: Librarian I: Prom Commifree 3: Girl's Bowling I, 2. Rebecca Schwalb G.A.A. I: Monifor 4: Transferred from SI. Francis High School, Wheafon, Illinois, I964. Kafhleen Cheryl Seegers Pep Club I, 2, 3.4: G.A.A. I, 2: Campus Council 4: Prom Com- miffee 3: GirI's Tennis 4: Honor Roll I. Susan Sena ARIES 4: Glen-Teens 4: 'Chorus I, Secrefary: Prom Commifree 3: "AlI My Sons," crew: "Mrs. McThing," crew: "My Three Angles," crew: Debafe Club 2. Secrefary. Virginia Marie Sepanslci ECHO I, 2, 3, 4: RAMBLINGS 2: Mu Alpha Thefa 3, 4: Pep Club I, 2. CharIoH'e Elaine Sergey Monifor 3, 4: Transferred from Glenbarcl Wesl' High School, Glen Ellyn, Illinois I963. Sharon Janine Shannon Pep Club 4: GAA I: Glen-Teens I: Office Help 2: "The Man Who Came To Dinner," crew: "Music Man," crew. Walfer F. Sherman ARIES 4: Pep Club I: Riof Squad 4: Inrrarnurals 2, 3, 4: Campus Council 4: Prom Commiffee 3: Foofball 3, 4: Wresfling I, 2, 3. H. Raymond Sherry Pep Club 3: Rio? Squad 4: Inframurals 3: Campus Council 4: Prom Commiffee 3: Cross Counfry I. 2, 3, 4, Leffer 2, 3, 4, Mosf Valuable Player 3, Capfain 4: Honor Roll 2. Ronald Carl Sholand G-Club 4: Radio Club I: Cross Counfry 2, 3, 4, Leffer 4: Track I, 2, 3, 4, Lelfer 4: Honor Roll 7. Linda Shuberl' ARIES 4: ECHO 3, 4: Mu Alpha Thefa 3, 4, Secrelary 4: Pep Club I, 2: G.A.A. 2: F.T.A. 4: Band I, 2, 3, 4: Orchesfra I, 2, 3, 4: Prom Commiffee 3: "Damn Yankees," orchesfra: "Music Man," orchesfra: Nafional Meri? Scholasfic Foundafion Leffer of Commendalion: Illinois Slafe Scholasfic Semi-Finalisl: "The Lesson" "The New Tenant" crew: High Honor Roll I: Honor Roll I2. Joan Lee Silberhorn ECHO 3: Chorus I: Office Help 3: Honor Roll 4. Ronald David Simmons Camera Club I. 2, 3 4,: Wresfling I. Bill H. Smi+h Transferred from Sf. Francis High School, Whealon, Illinois, I963. Bonnie Lee Smifh Chandra P. Smifh Pep Club I, 4: Band I, 2, 3, 4: Prom Commiffee 3. Chuck D. Smifh Thespians 4: Chorus 4: "The Diary of Anne Frank," crew: "The Man Who Came fo Dinner," crew: "Music Man," crew, parf: Sfage crew 4: Foofball I: Transferred from Sf. Francis High School, Wheafon, Illinois, I965. Fran Smi+h Pep Club I, 2: GAA 2: Deufscher Verin 3, 4: Vice-Presidenf 3: Honor Roll 4. Gregory Thomas Smi'I'h Pep Club 3: Los Gringos I, 2, 3: infra-murals 3.4. Jennifer J. Smi+h Karen Smlfh Class Officer 2, 4, Secrefary-Treasurer 2, 4: ARIES 4: ECHO I: Mu Alpha Thefa 3, 4: Pep Club I. 2, 3: Gamma Delfa Gamma 2: Campus Council 4: Monifor 4: Prom Commiffee 3: "Our Town," crew: Honor Rall l. Don W. Snow Linda Jean Sodersi-rom Pep Club I, 2, 3, 4, Council 3, Vice-Presidenf 4: GAA I, 2: Glen Teens 4: FTA 3, 4: Prom Commiffee 3: GirI's Badminfon 2. John L. Soika ARIES I, 2, 3: Underclassmen Eclifor 2: Riof Squad 3, 4: Campus Council 3, 4: Monifor 3, 4: Prom Commiffee 3. Richard Dennis Soilca Pep Club I: Foofball I, 2, 3: Baslcefball I, 2, 3: Traclc I, 2: Infra- murals 3. Roberl' O. Spencer Jr. "Damn Yankees," crew. Cindy L. Sperry GAA l, 2, 3: Transferred from Glenbard Wesf High School, Glen Ellyn, Illinois, I963. Jennie B. Spialelc ARIES 3: Pep Club I, 2, 3, 4: GAA I, 2: "The Greaf Big Door Sfep," crew. Kafhleen Linda Spiece Pep Club I. 2.3: GAA I, 2. Linda Marie Sfarlc ECHO 3: Pep Club 2: Prom Commiffee 3: "The Greaf Big Door Sfep," crew: Transferred from Sf. Francis High School, Wheafon, Illinois, I963. Susan L. Sfarr Le Cercle Francais 3, 4: FTA 3, 4: Office Help 4: Leffer of Commendafion: Transferred from Acfon-Boxbaro High School I964: High Honor Roll 2: Honor Roll 4. Jeffrey R. Sfephenson ARIES 3, 4, Adverfising Manager 4: Arfisans 2, 3, 4, Senior Represenfafive 4: Deufscher Verein 3, 4: Gamma Delfa Gamma l, 2: Science Club I, 2: Prom Commiffee 3: "Our Town," crew: "Damn Yankees," crew: "BliIhe Spirit" crew: "Mrs. McThing," crew: "My Three Angles," crew: "Music Man," crew: Sfagu Crew I, 2. Thomas W. Sfewari' Wresfling I, 2, 3, 4, Leffer 4. 'Q fum., in -an Active seniors contribute to Tom Voskuil, Auto Tech Treasurer, gazes at the Chrysler Motor Corporation turbine car wisttuIly.' school life Leonard Anthony Stogin Pep Club 3: Librarian I, 2, 3, 4. Leota Lorna Streid Librarian 3: "Damn Yankees." crew: Transferred trom York High School, Elmhurst, Illinois I963. Dean Allan Svetlik National Honor Society 3, 4: Riot Squad 4: Wrestling I, 2, 3, 4: Honor Roll I4. Dorothy Robin Swank GAA l, 2, 3, 4. Council I, 2, 3: Inter Club 3.4: Los Gringos 3, 4, Council 4: Librarian I: Prom Committee 3: "The Man Who Came To Dinner," crew: "Music Man," crew: Girl's Tennis 3. 4: G-irI's Bowling I: Illinois State Scholastic Semi-Finalist: Honor Roll 5. Mark Sheldon Sweeny Los Gringos l, 2, 3: Band I, 2, 3, 4: Monitor 2: "Damn Yanlceesfl orchestra: Cross Country I, 2: Track I, 2. Sandra Lynn Swenson Artisans 2. 3. 4: Pep Club 2, 3, 4: Tri-S Teens: Art Chairman 2: Los Grinqos 27 Cacluceus 2: Librarian I. Margaret Ann Swett Mu Alpha Theta 3: Le Cercle Francais I, 3: Orchestra l. 2, 3, 4: "Damn Yankees," part: "Music Man," part: Honor Roll 7. Paul Stanley Szymanslci Riot Squad 3. 4: Deutscher Verin I, 2: Chess Club I, 2. 3. 4: Audio Visual I, 2: Football 3: Illinois State Scholastic Com- mendation Semi-Finalist. Susan Marie Terczalc Michael Ward Terrel Le Cercle Francais I. If Ci Janice Mae Thiele ARIES 3, 4, Phofo Edifor 4: ECHO 3, 4: Los Gringos 3: Monifor 3: "The Graaf Big DoorsIep," crew: Pep Club I, 2, 3: Glen- Teens I. Gene Kirlc Thomen Monifor 3: Foofball 2. Bruce Thompson RAMBLINGS 3: Nafional Honor Sociefy 3, 4: Mu Alpha Thefa 3. 4, Presidenf 4: Riof Squad 3: Hi-Y 4: Deufscher Verein 2, 3, 4: Chess Club I, 2: Inframurals 4: Track 3, 4: Nafional Meri? Scholasfic Founclafion Semi-Finalisf: Illinois Sfafe Scholasfic Semi-Finalisf: High Honor Roll 5: Honor Roll 7: II"s Academic Team: Transferred from Fremonr Union High School, Sunnyvale, California, I963. DorI'hy Thompson Jack E. Thompson RAMBLINGS 4, Edifor-in-Chief 4: Pep Club 3, 4: Riof Squad 3: Monifor 3, 4: "Teahouse of fhe Augusr Moon," parf: "Music Man," parf: Foofball 3: Sfage Crew 4: Tennis 3, 4: Inframurals 3, 4: G-.A.A. Hoofenany: Halffime show announcer af football games: Transferred from Oak Park High School, Oalc Park, Illinois, I964. James Lingan Thompson Aufo Club 3, 4. Lawrence H. Tiefz Aufo Club 4: Foofball I: Transferred from Monfana. Sandra Jean Tiessem "Teahouse of fhe Augusf Moon," crew: The Diary of Anne Frank," crew: "The Man Who Came To Dinner," crew: "Music Man," crew: Scholasfic Arf Award: Gold Key: Transferred from Glenbard Wesf, Glen Ellyn, Illinois, I963. William Lee Tomin "Mrs. McThing," parf. Merry C. Tracy Pep Club I, 2, 3, 4: G.A.A. I: Glen4Teens I: Tri-S Teens I, 2: Office Help I, 2, 3. Nancy Jean TramuI'aIo Transferred from SI. Mary's High School. Carol Jean Tranfer Pep Club I. Glenn Howard Tran+er Anglers Club 3, 4: Gymnaslics I, 2: Inlramurals I, 2, 3, 4. Carla Anne Trimarco Sludenl Council I, 3: ARIES 4: Pep Club I, 2, 3, 4: S.P.Q.R. I, 2, 4: FTA 4: Campus Council 3: Monilor 3, 4: Prom Commillee 3: Cheerleading 2, 3, 4: Girl's Tennis 4: Honor Roll l. William Thomas Troian ECHO 4: Nafional Honor Sociely 3, 4: Mu Alpha Thela 3, 4: Los Gringos 2, 3, 4: Nafional Meril Scholasfic Foundalion Semi. Finalisl: Illinois Slafe Scholasfic Commendalion Semi-Finalisl: I+'s Academic Team: High Honor Roll 6: Honor Roll 8. David W. Truesdell Nalional Honor Sociely 4, Vice Presidenl 4: G-Club 3, 4, Secre- lary-Treasurer 4: Mu Alpha Thela 3: Cross Counlry 2, 3, 4, Leller 3, 4: Track 2, 3, 4, Leller 3, 4: Nalional Meril' Scholaslic Foundalion Lel'I'er ol Commendalion: High Honor Roll 6: Honor Roll 3: Transferred from Memphis Universily School, Memphis, Tennessee, I963. Arlhur Alan Tuma Pep Club 3, 4: Monilor 4, Caplain 4: Prom Commillee 3: Baseball I, 2: Track 3, 4, Leller 4. Gwendolyn Joan Van Allen ARIES 4: Nalional Honor Sociely 3, 4: Mu Alpha Thela 3: Pep Club 2, 4: Tri-S Teens 3: S.P.O.R. 2: Prom Commilfee 3: Nafional Meril Scholaslic Foundalion Lefler of Cornmendalion: Illinois Slale Scholaslic Commendalion Semi-Finalisl: High Honor Roll 2: Honor Roll IO: Transferred from Sl. Francis High School, Whealon, Illinois. Mark Van Clay ECHO 3: Nalional Honor Sociely 3, 4: Mu Alpha Thela 3, 4: Arlisans 2, 3. 4. Presidenl' 4: Band I, 2, 3, 4, Council 4: "Damn Yankees," orcheslra: Baskelball I, 2: Baseball I, 2: Track 3: lnlramurals 3.4: High Honor Roll 3: Honor Roll I l. Judilh Van Dyke George W. Vanicek Pep Club I: G-Club 2. 3, 4. Presidenl 4: Deulscher Verein I, 2: Office Help 3: Prom Commilfee 3: Foolball I, 2, 3, 4, Leller 3, 4: Baskelball I, 2: Track I, 2, 3, 4, Leller 2, 3, 4: Honor Roll 5: All-Conference Foolball. The Senior class keeps a close eye on Ihe cheerleaders al one of Glenbard's pep rallies. "wh QM I I Ineke M. J. van Kessel Sfudenf Council 4: ECHO 4: Glen Teens 4: Fufure Teachers of America 4: Honor Roll 2: AFS Sfudenl, the Nefherlands. Pamela Sue Varner Pep Club 2, 3, 4: G.A.A. 2, 3: Glen Teens 2: Deufscher Verein I: Chorus I, 2, 3, 4: Prom Commiflee 3: Transferred from Glenbard Wes? High School, Glen Ellyn, Illinois, I963. Mio Villagomez Pep Club I: Thespians 3.4: Currenf Affairs Club I, 2, 3, 4: Chess Club I: Band I, 2, 3, 4: Orcheslra I, 2, 3, 4: "Damn Yankees," pif orchesfra: "AlI My Sons," parl: "Teahouse of 'lhe Augusl Moon," parf: "The Greal Big Doors'lep," crew: "Mrs. Mc- Thing." crew: "The Diary of Anne Frank," parf: "The Man Who Came Io Dinner," par'I': "Music Man," parf and crew. Palricla Margarel' Vodden Caduceus 2, 3, 4. Vice-Presidenf 4: Office Help 2, 3, 4: Chorus I, 2: Honor Roll 2: Transferred from Glenbard Wesf, Glen Ellyn, Illinois, I963. Charles Edward Vogl' Audio Visual I: Wresfling 2. John H. Vogl' G-Club 4: Campus Council 2: Monifor 3: Foofball I, 2, 3, 4, Ieffer 4: Baskefball I, 2: Baseball I, 2: lnframurals 2.3.4. Thomas Alan Voslcuil G-Club 4: Hi-Y 4: Aufo Club 4, Treasurer 4: Monifor 4: Baslcef- ball 2, 3, 4, Leffer 4: Baseball I, 2, 3, 4. Leffer 3, 4: lnframurals 3, 4. Valerie Ann Vyn Pep Club I, 2, 3, 4: Thespians 3, 4: Chorus I, 2, 3. 4: Prom Commiffee 3: "All My Sons," crew: "Blifhe SpiriI'," crew: sfage manager: "Teahouse of fhe Augusl' Moon," parl: "The Diary of - Anne Frank," crew: "Music Man," crew: Transferred from High- Q land Park High School, Highland Parlc, Illinois, I964. Geraldine Margrel' Wagner Pep Club I, 2: Tri-S Teens I: Office Help 2. And 'lhey're off-Neil Falconer defermines lo win over his Wheafon Cenlral opponenl. Greg Wagner Foolball 2: Wreslling 2: lnlramurals 3 4 Michael Kenne+h Ward G-Club 4: Foofball 3, 4: "The Man Who Came To Dinner parl "Music Man," parl: Transferred from Loy Norrix High School Kalamazoo, Michigan, I964. Linda June Weber Nafional Honor Sociely 3. 4 Pep Club 3 4 Glen Teens 3 4 Chorus 3, 4: High Honor Roll I Honor Roll 8 Transferred from Tinley Park High School, I964, Lisa June Wedding ARIES 3, 47 Pep Club 2. Librarian 2, 3: Monilor 4. Janice Lynn Weigand Pep Club I, 2, 3, 4: G.A.A. 2 MOUIIOF 2 3 Prom COmmIll66 3 Honor Roll 3. John Sco'H' Weir ARIES 4: Campus Council 4: Fooiball I 2 3 4 Le++er 4 Baslcef ball I, 2: Baseball 2: lnlramurals 3 4 Alexis Jean Weishaar Pep Club 3, 4, Council 4: Glen Teens I 3 Chorus I 2 Prom Commiilee 3: "Our Town crew Transferred from Gen bard Wesl, Glen Ellyn, Illinois I963 Don P. Wenizlaff G'-Club 3, 4: Riol Squad 3: Hi Y 4 Monilor 3 4 Cross Counfry I, 2: Baseball I, 2, 3, 4, Leller 3 4 Baslcelball 4 lnframurals 2 3 Joseph Marlin Weresch o o Semors learn to be effectlve leaders DUFIUQ 6 I'9CeIl'I Leadership Workshop sponsored by Ihe Student Council various officers of clubs and orgamzahons discuss ways Io improve Iheir comrnunicaiions. ,salw Kafhleen Ann Werkmeisfer Pep Club 3, 4: Glen-Teens 3: Prom Commiffee 3: Transferred from Willowbrook High School, Villa Parlc, Illinois, I964. Thomas Fendol Wesl' Ill G-Club 3, 4: Riol' Squad 3: Deulscher Verein I, 2: Monifor 4: Foofball l, 2, 3, 4, Lelfer 3, 4, Co4Cap'lain 4: Wresfling I, 2, 3, 4. Sally Jeanne Wesferberg Pep Club 2, 3: GAA I. 2: Office Help 2. Bonnie L. WI1i+e ARIES 4: Pep Club 3: GAA I, 2: Le Cercle Francais 3: Librarian 3: Monifor 3: Prom Commiffee 3: Transferred from Glenbard Wesf High School, Glen Ellyn, Illinois, I963. Dayle lrene Wiclcman Pep Club I, 3, 4: Campus Council 4: Monifor 3, 4: Prom Com- miffee 3. Karl John Will Nafional Honor Sociefy 3, 4: Mu Alpha Thefa 3, 4: Deufscher Verin I, 2, 3, 4: Chess Club l, 3: "Our Town," parf: Award af Illinois Sfafe Science Fair. Linda Lee Williams Pep Club I: Librarian I: Office Help 2: Monilor 4. Jeane'H'e Willis Richard J. Willson Seniors slave on RIES staff Senior ARIES ecfifors. Pal' McDonald and Sandy Church, complefe lasf minufe defails on fheir pages before lhe final deadline. Susan Pafricia Wilson Pep Club I, 2, 3: GAA I, 2, 3: Monifor 2, 3: Prom Commiffee 3 Chairman: Girl's Archery I, 2, 3: GirI's Bowling 3: Honor Rall 3. Lyncla Ann WIH Pep Club l, 2, 3, 4, Council I, 2, 3, Presidenf 4: GAA l, 2: Glen-Teens I: Infer-Club 3, Council 3: Le Cercle Francais I: Campus Council 3, 4: Office Help 2, 4: Prom Commiffee 3, Karyn D. Woinicki Pep Club I, 2, 3, 4: GAA 2, 3, 4, Sporfhead 3, Council 4: Office Help 2, 4: Prom Commiffee 3: Honor Roll 5. Linda Louise Wolafz Pep Club I, 2, 3: GAA I: Office Help 2, 3: Monifor 4: Honor Roll I. Bonnie E. Wrighf Pep Clulo I, 2, 3, 4: GAA I, 2: Campus Council 3: Office Help I: Monifor 2, 4: Prom Commiffee 3. Pamela Jean Yack ARIES 4: Prom Commiffee 3: "Damn Yankees," crew: Illinois Sfafe Scholasfic Commendafion Semi-Finalisf: High Honor Roll 2: Honor Roll 7. Lance Harry Yocherer G-Club 3, 4: Hi-Y I, 2, 3, 4, Council Chairman 3: Science Club 3, 4: Cross Counfry 2, 3: Wresfling 3: Track 2, 3: lnframurals 2: Tennis I, 2, 3, Leffer 3: Honor Roll 3: Denise Elena Yonlrer Chorus I, 2, 3, 4: Transferred from Glenbard Wes? High School. Glen Ellyn, Illinois, I963. Lincla Sue York Nafional Honor Sociefy 3: GAA l, 2: Honor Roll I: Transferred from Willowbrook High School. Villa Park, Illinois, I965. Glenda Klein and Shirley Frifz prepare for a FTA meeflng ,.,., qt, . , Bill Youmans Srudeni' Council I, 2, 3, 4: Class Officer 3, Vice-Presidenrg Mu Alpha Theia 3, 47 Pep Club 47 Rior Squad 3, 4: Science Club 2, 37 Prom Commillee 3: Gymnaslics I, 2, 3, 4, Leller 4: Traclc I, Golf 37 Inlramurals 4: Honor Roll 87 Transferred from Glen- bard Wes? High School, Glen Ellyn, Illinois I963. Pamella Sue Zahn Deuischer Verein 3, 4, Council 4: SPQR I, 2: Caduceus 2. 3, 4, Council 4: Orchesira I, 2, 3: Honor Roll IO. Diana Lee Zaleslci ECHO I: Pep Club I: Deulscher Verein I, 21 CIIOFUS I7 Librarian 2: Honor Roll I. Elmer L. Zarndi' Honor Roll I. Suzanne M. Ziegeri' Transferred from Yorlc High School. Elmhurst Illinois, I965. Ken Zimmer 'K Joyce Mary Zimmerman ECHO I: Pep Club I. 2: Deurscher Verein 3: Librarian I: Monitor 3: Prom Commillee 3. Don Ross Zywoi' Wally Sherman fallrs wiih iunior girls before going home affer school. Beverly Jeanne Bolling Transferred from Hinsdale Tow I964. Michael D. Lynch Kevin John Masierson Breni' Lee Meincke Ralph Edward Michalek Bob M. Morrison sENloRs NOT PICTURED Nancy Andrea Nemger n hi Hi h S h ,I H- d I IH. . Librarian 2.: Office Help 4: Transferred from York High School Elm S p 9 C OO ms ae' mms' hursf, lllinois. I965. James William Rolf Transferred 'From Maine Easf High School, Park Ridge, lllinois. Barbara Ann Schweikhofer Transferred from Glenbard Wesf High School, Glen Ellyn, Illinois I963 Liane S+umpo Transferred l965. Chris Diane Wesley Girl's Tennis 4. Transferred from Willowbrook High School, Villa Park, lllinois. Ralph Douglas Mull Timofhy J. Willis Pep Club I, 2: Rio? Squad 3, 47 DeufscherVerein I, 2g lnframurals 2, 3, 4: Wresfling l7Track 1.2. Some seniors shy from shutterbugs G.E. sfuden-ls enfhusiasfically cheer 'the varsify baskelball -leam affer fheir vicfory againsl' Wesf Leyden. ,x.. I I X 'Tw WWWW s N.. UX ,,,,....-Q-q:""""'WWW',T A NX Presideni Marfy Olsen. Vice Presidenf Bob Heller and SecreTary Toni Zwaris assume leadership for The iuniors. Leaders skillfully guide Junior class Juniors Jim Reichardf and Greg Price Take a break during The sum- mer school grind. Becoming upperclassmen requires accepTance of more responsibiliTy on The parT of The class members. Under The leadership of Bob Heller. Toni ZwarTs, and lvlarTy Olson, The class of '67 assumed The responsibiliTy necessary To asserT iTself as a leader. ln The scholasTic area of school life, The juniors have disTinguished Themselves since They were freshmen. Junior represenTaTives on boTh junior varsiTy and varsiTy Teams have exhibiTed skill, perseverance and good sporTsmanship. By Their parTicipaTion in many exTra- curricular acTiviTies, iuniors have demonsTraTed The abilify and The will To work. Junior parTicipaTion in scholasTic clubs such as Mu Alpha TheTa, Spanish, and French clubs, as well as in classrooms. has shown The high qualiTy of Their in+eIIecTual resources. EfforTs of The class of '67 To produce Echo, Ramblings, and Aries proved The iuniors' capabiliTies as iournalisTs and wriTers. The iuniors' enTries in The Science Fair have demon- sTraTed Their capacify for original Thinking. ln all These areas They demonsTraTed enThusiasTic spiriT and loyalTy To Glen- bard EasT. ln oTher exTracurricular organizaTions of SOCIBI, musical. and governmenTal naTure, The iuniors have worlced hard and uncomplainingly. The class's largesT proiecT, The I966 Prom, was one of The mosT successful in GE's hisTory. TalenT shown by The iunior membership in The band, orchesTra, and chorus reinforced The qualiTy of These musi- cal organizaTions. Acfive sTudenT council worlc of The lun- ior members made such proiecfs as The ChrisTmas posT office useful To The enTire sTudenT body. Amy Abelf Dianne Ackermann John Adams Roberl' Adams Larry Ahlgrim Debbie Anderson Dick Anderson Rodney Anderson Jean Andrews Mary Apke Bob Aselfine Jeff Aull Charles Bailey John Banez Pal Banovz Jane? Barber Don Barnei Rich Barnel George Barrick Jeff Barlels Jim Barlholomew Sam Bass Barb Balchelor Ellen Bauer Mike Baum Belh Baumbach Doug Beall Suzy Beavers Cheryl Beck Richard Beckwith Dolores Bedard Bruce Behrens Pele Belilz Rose Bellock Ellen Benac Kris Benson Mike Bercos Nancy Berkshire Evelyn Bernolh Jane? Besl Judilh Benshoof Ken Beyer Bob Biekiizki Eva Biliizki Linda Biondi Tony Black Debbie Blair Chris Blake Mike Bleiler Jim Block Ron Bloxham Gary Boesch Sfanley Bogdas Mike Bolling Karyl Bookwaller Kalh Bowm-an Tom Bredfeldl' David Brown Pam Brown Pele Brown Marilyn Bruns Maureen Buberf Janis BueH'ner Barb Bullard Colleen Burke Tim Burke Slephen Burnly Kalhy Burns Debbie Burl Bev Busch Joe Caldwell Jeff Camp Lynn Carlson Roberi Carlson Diana Carollo Joyce Carpenler Kalhy Carson Kalhy Carlwrighl Ralph Cassidy Roger Cassidy Jerry Caslellani Dave Cerasani Phylis Chadwell Shirley Chalkley Dan Chana Larry Chandler Mike Cheri Sieve Cherry Dennis Church Barb Clark Greg Clark Val Clark Carolyn Colley Charles Coffey Gary Collins Barry Cone Tom Connors Ken Conrad Linda Conrad Sharon Coppola Pam Corlwrighl' Roberl Coughlin Brenda Covingfon Bob Crawford Cynlhia Crisp Donald Crokin Ari Croney Kalhy Cugier Don Cummings Frank Curran Debbie Curry Joe Czopek Richard Dallon Debby Daniel Sue Darg John Davidson Chris Davis Randy Davis Reuben De Garmo Frank Degnan Nancy De Pirro Al Deferl Cynihia Dewanz Brad Diesing David Dodge Jim Doiron Scoif Douglas Mary Dowling Lola Downs Greg Doyle David Drennan Barb Dropson Bea Dropson Ken Dybowski Sandy Easl' Gina Eberle Denise Edwards Sally Eichhofer Tom Ekenberg Phil Ellenwood Karen Erickson Ken Erickson Barbara Fagan Joanna Fairman Yvonne Falz Dan Faulkner Jim Filkins Don Finnie Tony Fisher Kalhy Flanders Joyce Fleischauer Paule'r're Fleshman Dave Fleicher Mike Flelcher Par Follef Shirley Frilz Gail Fuhrman John Gaberl' Mary Gaddis Bill Gallagher Juniors achieve goals Roberl Gambino Leigh Gerlce Ron Genesr Carol Genslce Barb Geyer Dave Ghilardi Jim Gieselcer Pam Glynn Rebecca Graham Ken Graham Darcy Gray Karen Gray Milne Gray Jeanne Greenberg Ron Guzlas Donna Hagan Judy Hagslrom Wall Haliclce Pele Hammerschmidt Bob Hancock Lois Kay Hanus Linda Harlcins Pal' Harlcins Marge Harper Bill Harris John Harris Russell Hayden Mary Hazard Bob Hedlund Anila l-leminger Chris Hemmerich Joe Hernandez Jim High Nancy Hinlz Harry Hixon Dean Hnilica Bob Hodge Bruce Hoffman Lynn Hoflrage Tom Hoffraqe Neil Hoglund Anne Holland John Honeycufl Sandy Hornsfra Chris Holvedl Kalhy Howard Margie Howard Richard Howes Annelle Huber Cynlhia Huerla John Huges Dale Hulchinson John lardella Alice lden Kalhy Inlerlandi Milne lrwin Doree Malsinger slrives for bolh speed and accuracy during lyping class. Mary Gaddis, FTA presidenl, and Mr. Lindsay, adviser, discuss various proiecls lhe new club has planned. Juniors take responsibilit in clubs Al lsadore Geoffrey lverson Susan Jakoubek Pal James Marlc Jelenchick Pal Jennings Torn Jensen Diane Johnson Kafhy Johnson Linda Johnson Rick Johnson Torn Johnslon Warren Johnsfon Julie Jorgensen Sue Karnafz Len Kasper Wendy Kass John Keigley Joe Keigley Len Keller Larry Kemp Jim Keogh Linda Kincaid Helen Klaibor Linda Kliesf Sue Klinlc Jan Knaalc Linda Knofh l-larry Knudson Karl Kohler Don Kolodz John Konralh Mike Kraemer Bob Krause Keiih Kruger Bob Kuhn Sue Kuhn Gayle Kukla Karen Kwifz Sharon LaFleur Herb Larson John Larson Sandy Laske Tom Lavander Mike Law Brenda Lawrence Barb LeBreux Jim Lee Rick Legorrefa Keiih Lehman John Lewis Charles Lidicker Sharon Liehr John Lillig Bob Lindley Paul Lindsay Dennis Lindsirand Jim Livingsion Dick Loiqren George Loiesio Barb Lowden Kay Lowe Dominec Luciano Paul Luczak Ken Lykken Gary Lyile Don McClory Bruce McClure Mary McDaniel Terry McDaniel Mike McDarrah Teresa McDonald Peg McDonell Julie McFarlin Judy McLuckie Kaihy McManus Leah McPherson Pai McShane Bill McShane Frank Maior Corinne Mancini Dan Manning Keiih Manning Paul Manoil Sieve Margelich Sandy Marquardi Judy Marsden Dan Mariin Debbie Mariin Sieve Mariin Joe Marfinez Helen Mason Doree Mafsinger Larry Maison Joyce Medina Jan Meriz Dale Meyer Frances Michalek Ben Michels Colleen Miichell Diana Moeller Carolyn Moon Tom Moon Jan Moore Sieve Moore Tim Moran Pam Morley Jane Morrison Sian Morrison Mike Morrissey Doug Morton Tim Muledy Peggy Mulhall Mary Mulholland Pal' Mull John Munson Marilyn Musil Mary Napodano Carol Narozny Cynfhia Neill Lynda Neinasf Dan Neely Debbie Newlon Pal Noga Cliff Nolan Bonnie Newkirk Sue Nesler Henry Newcomb Judy Newman Liz Nicolaides Thor Nilsen Tom Nosek Diane Novak Joy Nyman Gail Oakes Sieve Oakes Joe Obucina Vickie O'Connell Pele Oehler Chuck Ohswaldl Kafhy O'Kane Marky Olsen Barb Olson Don Olson Frank Olson Rick Olson Kay Owensby Carol Oynes Ralph Padron Terry Paefh Bill Panzer Sheila Pafrerson Tim Pederson Mark Perkins Neal Pefers Bill Pelerson Judy Peferson Barb' Pfrommer Gary Pickeh' Donna Pierifz Doug Pinns Doug Pleficha Sue Polloway Tom Poole Orville Poor Wendy Pray Sfephanie Prekaia Greg Price George Prignano Barry Prindiville Melissa Prircheh' Jill Prucha Dominec Pulice Alberf Punser Ed Radar Vic Ramus Sharon Randles Barry Redding Maureen Rehmer Mary Reid John Reiger Kafhy Repcynski Roger Reynell Laurel Richardson Brenda Rizzo Bryce Robbley Keifh Roberfs Diane Rohlfing Bruce Rohr Tom Romano Liner Rook Judy Roper C Defermined io reach perfeciion. Russ Bergum shapes clay poliery for arf class. Linda Rose Mary Rose Carla Rosenlhal Rhoda Roslce Alison Roul Linda Ruiz Billy Russell Don Russell Aileen Si. Denis Jim Sf. John Sue Salava Jan Sansone Laurie Sanlschi Sandy Sarna Pam Savalio Pam Scalzo Pal Scalzo Holly Schaefer Randy Schafernalr Jan Sheppman Carl Schill Margo Schmifz Sue Schneider Vic Schneider Viv Schneider Barb Schnilzler Bob Schreiber Bob Schroeder Jan Schroeder Sharyn Schroeder Dennis Schuffe Bill Schullz Don Schulfz Pai Schullz Rick Schulz Ernest Schuff John Schuiiler Jim Schuffler Rick Scoll Karen Seegers Juniors learn various arts and skills Lois Seil Debbie Selzer Bob Sergey Tim Se+'rimi Jackie Sexron Ann Shallenberger Clyde Shannon Roy Sherman Ray Sherrelz Carolyn Simpson Jeff Sladek Debbie Slavik Alyce Smiih Joyce Smilh Marsha Smifh Marly Smilh Dick Smirh Terry Smifh Jim Sodersfrom Donna Sodora Daryl Soukup Sylvia Spagnola Gay Spalding Randy Spears Shirley Spencer Nancy Sfahl Kit Sranich Nancy Slanfon Paul Slarr Marlei Sfeele Rex Sfeinkuller Audrey Sieller Barb Sfenquisl Mark Sievens Chris Slewarr Kalhy Srewarr John Sfigner Sieve Srock Richard Sfocker Marie Srockinger Nadine Sfone Kalhy Sfraighi Bill Sfreelz Slephen Srrickland Dave Slroiher Jack Surin Gary Swanson Judy Swedo Donifa Swiaiek Gil Sylva Chris Tani Jim Taranowski Dick Taylor John Tepper Ed Thomas Frieda Thompson Mary Thornfon Cafherine Tooley Mary Townsend Fred Toff Tom Toff Claudia Treichel Terry Trenkler Karen Tucker Mike Turner Dave Vail Merrylee Vail Tom Van Boven Parli Van Dreser Barb Van Ness Caroline Venufo Esier Villarreal Carol Vlier Robin Vogel Herb Volk Mimi Vyn June Wagner Bill Wallace Jim Wallace Linda Warren Barb Ward Karen Waslciewicz Carol Waiers Linda Waiers Greg Waih Bob Wafson Roland Walson Edrie Wawrzonek Wayne Webb Tom Websfer Sieve Weiner? Bill Wellever Paisy Wencler Mark Wenzlafl Greg Wilhiie Laurie Willer Pal' Williams Sandy Williamson Paul Willuweit Bill Wilson Marllna Wingerfer Lawrence Wolf Sieve Wolf Carol Wolff Jackie Woods Bob Wgorrifa Sue York Jim Zaborsky Ed Zelenka Chuck Zell Sylvia Zersen Jack Ziebell Sandy Ziegler Joe Ziio Toni Zwaris 2 K: Alf. Presidenf Wayne Fisher, Vice Presidenf Joe Fernandes, and Secrefary-Treasurer Marcia Wiperf ably lead fhe class of '68. Diane Brenner in a proper archery sfance, releases an arrow in The archery class during P.E. ,- . fx r T W, sf Sophomores aim for leadership As members of fhe class of '68 began fo assume lead- ership in fheir sophomore year, fhey demonsfrafed fheir abilify fo guide, fo creafe, and fo work as conscienfious sfudenfs. Though eagerly parficipafing in many exfracur- ricular acfivifies, fhe sophomores have nof forgoffen fhe imporfance of scholasfic achievement By making use of Glenbards exfensive afhlefic program, fhey have 'raken advanfage of everyfhing Easf has fo offer. Sophomores showed fheir diversified falenfs by mem- bership in fhe band, orchesfra, and chorus, and by volunfary work on drama casfs and crews. They offered fheir services fo many exfracurricular organizafions, including Sfudenf Council, Glen-Teens, and Campus Council. Scheduled in classes of various levels, members of fhe class of '68 have always worked fo fhe besf of fheir abili- fies. Through experimenfafion, discussion. and research, fhey have begun fo realize fhe imporfance of concenfrafed sfudy. By working wifh ofhers in various acfivifies and sporfs, fhey have gained a knowledge of fhe necessify of coopera- fion, and feeling of pride in fheir class. The rewards of afhlefic pracfice have shown in The developmenf of feam spirif, as well as in vicfories. Throughouf fhe I965-66 school year, sophomores as- sumed fhe responsibilify and mafurify befiffing fheir class. Regardless of fhe oufcome, fhey showed good sporfsman- ship and frue Ram spirif. Successful in many areas of school life ofher fhan fhe classroom, fhey gained an under- sfanding of fhe difficulfies of producing anyfhing worfh- while. ln fheir fufure years af Glenbard Easf, fhe class of '68 will confinue fheir diligenf work in all areas, scholasfic as well as exfracurricular, and will confribufe fo fhe suc- cess of Glenbard Easf. Karen Abrafh Keilh Acker Kevin Aclcer Palricia Ahern Margarel' Akehursl' Gayle Alcrighi Janice Albanese Wayne Alberfsen Glen Albus Sieve Alexander Kaihy Allen Vivian Alvarez Cheryl Anderson David Anderson Gary Anderson Kalhy Anderson Kennelh Anderson Waller Anlczalc William Anlepenlco Roberl' Arenburg Donald Asay Marilyn Axelsen Barb Ayers Kennefh Baker Pafricia Balmer Lowell Bailey Angela Baldwin Viclci Ballinger Maureen Banach Elizabelh Barnes Richard Barrel? Jeanne Barlhel Gail Barlholomew Roger Barron Janey Baumbach Karen Baxler Barbara Becker Daryl Beier Bonnie Bell Leonard Bell Jean Belloclc Mike Beniamin Bob Benson Carole Benson Pam Benfon Jack Berghorsl Susan Bergmann Linda Beulcema William Bevier Lennard Beyer Kennelh Bibbiano Vicki Bienz William Bilbro Janice Bilelc Carole Binder Donald Biondi David Bird Larry Bixler Ben Blair Bruce Blalce Thomas Blakemore Bonnie Bludorn Michael Bodnar Anila Boesch Lynn Roberlson concenlraies inlenlly on her fyping boolc as she alrernpfs lo increase her speed and mainfain her accuracy. Sieve Bogclas Don Borysiewicz Cheryl Bouqhner Jacquelyn Boyd Jaclyn Brauer Jim Brendemuhl Diane Brenner Gerald Brooks Cynlhia Brown Susan Brown Carol Buck Terry Burmiesler Calhy Burns Donna Byrnes Judifh Calabria Marlha Callcins Edward Callahan Milne Cannaiaro Roberi Carbray Joann Carey Calhy Carlson Linda Carlson Ralph Carlson Cafhlene Carr Chuck Cassidy Verna Caudill Susan Cermel Alan Chalupnicelc James Chase Belinda Chavez Mike Chrisiianson Lillian Ciesieoslcii Waller Ciesieoskii Don Cilcanelc Doug Clarlc Nancy Clark James Colenan Donald Collier Chrisiopher Collins Joyce Collins Warren Collins Belsy Connor Alan Conrad Beverly Cooper Thomas Corcoran Phillip Cosman Mary Coverl Raymond Cowan Noreen Cox William Crane Margarel Crawford Jack Crippen Reber? Cross Sharon Cugier Gayle Cunningham Alen Culshall David Daniel Deborah Danlcer Barbara Darcy Barbara Darq Jane Davidson Barry Davis John Davis Dale Day William Dean Palricia DeAngelis Joyce DeBari'olo Yvonne DeJonge Jack Delhofel Susan Dialcow Eiliane Diennes Denise Domke Wayne Doplce Mary Doria Greg Doscher Deborah Dove Kafhy Downs Barry Doyle Paul Drennan Eileen Dryfhoui Charles Dubose Beverly Dubsky Robin Eddy Norman Edison Dale Edmondson Riberl Eggebrechf William Elger Mildred Elgar Neal Ellenwood John Eppley Carolyn Escoh' Jeffrey Esposiio Elaine Evans Kafhleen Everilf Donald Eyman Sandra Falk Melanie Fallon Joe Fernandes William Fidoni Scoll Fisher Wayne Fisher Denni Filzpalriclx James Forle Tom Foss Susan Freese Robert Freund Mike Fromer Dennis Gallagher Thomas Gambino Gary Garrell Mike Gavin Sfephen Geyer George Gibson Gary Giesche Kelly Gillespie Frank Giunfi Donald Glenn Thomas Goble Joanell Gomollaa Sophomores prove abilit to concentrate l l A I Sophomores ponder mathematics Phillis Goodman Emily Govan Barb Graef Gordon Grams Margarei Gray Debbie Green Larry Gronlell Ann Gugeler Ellen Gusrafson Doreen Guzilc Deborah Haighl Alison Hall Gail Haliday Elaine Hallman John Hamer Michael Hamlin Jan Hammerschmidl Carl Hansen Kevin Hanson Donald Harbaugh Pafricia Harlesry Deborah Hardy John Harper June Harris Hank Harrison Sharon Harrray Diane Hasiak Lynn Hauge Sheryl Hauser John Hayes Lydia Hayes Parricia Hayes Skip Heard Candace Hebda Dawn Hedlund Linda Heller Lawrence Hensel Joann Hepner Frank Herrelendi Larry Herweg Palricia Hill Palricia Hinlcel Terry Hixon Marilyn Hodge Virginia Hogue Sherry Hohimer Brian Holland Phillip Horner Karen Horslra Sue Huffman Marsha Hughes Susan Hughes Diane Hummerich Deborah Hunler Calhie Hufcheson John lnrerlandi Sandra Inwood Mike Jackson Ron Jaffe Joann Jahaslce Allen Janik Pamela Jasin John Jason James Jasper Jim Jessen Chris Johansen Jane? Johannsen Alan Johnson Bonnie Johnson George Johnson Larry Johnson Phillip Johnson Rodger Johnson Bruce Jones Cynlhia Jones Wayne Jones Michael Jurgensen Linda Jusrus Barbara Kadlec Kennelh Kaegard Gary Kampf Rulh Kaplan Gary Kaupic Michael Keefe John Keeley Gary Keener Pafricia Keifer Jayne Kellan Janice Kelly Dolores Kempa Marlene Kempf Milre Kennedy Sfephen Kenny Michael Keogh Scofl Kerl Linda Kerr Andrea Kerzan Jeff Kincaid Palriclc Kizziah Eileen Klages Wolfgang Klamp Lynn Kleefisch Jim Kleinedler John Kleinow Gary Kline Carole Knighl Margarel' Knox Michael Kolinslci Gary Konigsfeld David Koonce Nina Koslopoulos Chris Kovach Jay Lowe confemplaies his explanafion of a complex problem in mafh before presenring if lo The class. Linda Kovanda David Krenzel Roloerl Krefz Kris Krueqer Kennefli Krzemien Frank Kubica John Kufer Brian Kuhlmann Carol Kuhn Laurie Kulcla Denise Kyznar Nancy Lange Dennis La Porfa Leslie Larson Ray Lalronica Jeaneffe Lavander Palriclr Lavin Thomas Law Keifh Lawler Lucille Lazzara Avis Lederer Dorolhy Lelzfer Emil Liclta Donna Lindell Joann Lindell Leif Lindholm Donald Lillie Roger Liffle Sandy Lanuza Calvin Lowe Brenda Loyd Joe Lupo Mike Macelc Lynn MacKay Kallwy Maclcey Terraence Madden Ann Malinowslci Lynn Malloy Arlhur Malm Palricia Mander Boys in a sophomore gym class anficipaie ihe hi? of one of 'rl-ieir feam members in a sfrenuous volleyball game. Sophomores advance physical skills Cindy Mangsen Laura Lee Marlin Debra Marfz Diane Mafeiovech Randy Mafeling Rufhanna Maurer Pefer Maxon Pamela May Vila Mazzancono Carmen Mazzuca Rick Mcfxndless Linda McClendon Dennis McClure James McDaniel Theodore McDaniel Dennis McDowell Gary McKenna Edward McManis John McNamara Joe McShane Peggy Meehan Carol Menich Roland Menzel Billie Merser Susan Mesner Victoria Meffevelis Craig Meyer Joyce Meyer Ross Michael Edward Michelek Ardilh Milculski Charles Milam Deo Miller Keifh Miller Lee Miller Lynn Miller Andrew Millell' Junior Millinder Pansy Millinder Nancy Mills Judifh Milchell Kennelh Moclro Wayne Moerke Bruce Moore Margaret Moore Pafrick Moore Andrew Morgan Charles Morgan Michael Morris Robert Morfimer Linda Mueller David Mull Michael Muller Paul Mundi Mary-Lynn Munizza John Murphy J Gayle Cunningham, Barb Cooper, and Judy Calabria siop in fhe lunchroom io discuss fhe various acfivifies oi a busy day. 55 ,, . ww.. . wg. f P fe' . my 1. 3?-r 1 2553. w-4 .,"Tf g Q , f. 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Margarer Muscarello Edward Muschong Frank Neff Diane Neirzke Terry Neieri Jackie Nicklas Janice Nielser Linda Nieman Bill Norman Lynn Norfon Kaiherine Novak Siephen Novy George Oberihari Mary O'Kane Sieve Okan Roberi' Olmsied Roheri Olsen Cheryl Olson Gail Olson Jackie O'Malleu Kaihleen O'Malley Gary Opfer Joe Orio Linda OH Miles Padalik Debbie Page James Palincsar Bradley Panveno Holly Parker Anna Parvin Donald Pawley Dean Payion Nancy Pelger David Perso Sandy Peiers Carol Peierson Leslie Peiiigrew Sara Phillips Michael Piper Suzanne Piper Laurie Polka Frank Pollack David Porler Deborah Predl Karolyn Prekaiac Joe Pszolka Karen Pulshinski Kafhleen Pyferoen Sonia Pylz Mary Quatllander Mary Racina Karen Radic Linda Raffiery Carole Ragona Caroline Rakosnik Karen Rardin Bruce Reed Greg Reeves James Regan Keifh Regnier Scoh' Regnier Thomas Reichardf Joanne Rief Susan Reynolds Philip Riedel Kennefh Ries Sieve Risko Pafrick Roberis Lynn Roberlson David Robinson David Rogers Jeff Rohr Roy Romain Karen Romano Victoria Rose Pamela Rubel David Ryon Arnie Saari Susan Sall Thomas Sanberg Carol Sanderson Tony Sang Daniel Saul John Sayre Ivy Schaffer Rick Scheiblauer Vivian Schiuzi Gwyn Schmalz Sophomores form valuable friendships ' ,X liz , X ..- l A ,,, , L ,, Q, 'J , . 1 J.,-g-Sy' ', I ' afifrslfi . 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" ' FR, , 1 ' Q -J if 4,-'Q' ,-215 nii' 1 ig 'V , , gf ' .g 'K Y Y if 'lsr ri - 4-7' 2 'L 6 3 Sophomores Joe McShane, Tony Sang, Frank Cubica, ancl Pele Maxon find Time for relaxalion and relief from ihe school-day fedium during lunch. UUQ Qi? l-.' freshman Phil Bosworfh and Rick Kania purchase fexfs for fheir firsf year's classes al' Easl during regisfrafion. Janef Abbof Carole Abrams Alana Acker Linda Adams Dawn Adaskevich Joanne Aeschleman Gayle Albarran Audrey Alberf Jo Lee Allen Susan Allen Claudia Alley Charlene Almond Gary Alfman Thomas Alfman Dale Alyea Ellen Amundson David Anderson Pai Knollman Gregory Anderson Kennefh Anderson Michael Arena Richard Aselfine Joan Afherfon Sherry Azar Leola Bailey Michael Bailey Thomas Balisfrieri Dale Ballinger Chrisfine Banka Glen Bauer Rifa Baumbach Linda Baxfer Deborah Beal Roberf Beckwifh James Beimal Elaine Bellock Frank Bellucci Connie Belf Elizabefh Benac Don Benneff As freshmen, fhe class of '69 has done well in gaining fhe respecf of fhe ofher classes. They have perhaps even sur- passed fhe previous scholasfic and exfracurricular excellence fhaf ofher classes had achieved. Parficipafing in many afhlefic, dramafic, musical, and social organizafions. freshmen have also become well acliusfed fo fhe general confusion of high school life. Besides making valuable confribufions fo Sfudenf Council such as work on Homecoming, A.F.S., and sweafshirf sales, fhey have disfinguished fhemselves in academic fields. While eagerly parficipafing in many of Glenbard's acfivi' fies. fhe freshmen have acquired a feeling of pride in fheir school. Whefher cheering af a foofball game, or exhibifing af fhe Science Fair, fhe freshmen have developed class spirif as well as a loyalfy fo fheir school as a whole. Offen fhe unknown workers behind finished producfions, fhe class of '69 has learned fhe values and rewards of hard work. While laboring long hours on fhe school publicafions freshmen have come fo realize fhaf knowledge gained from acfual experience is somefimes more valuable fhan fhaf goffen from a book. While working in fhe classroom and puffing fheir ideas info acfion. fhe freshmen have become ingrained wifh school spirif. Their parficipafion in many areas of Glenbard Easf's acfivifies has shown fhaf fhe class of '69 will always excel in fhe fields of knowledge. skill, and deferminafion. Lafer, as sophomores and upperclassmen, fhe members of fhe class of '69 will confinue fheir commendable work in all fields of school life for fhe beffermenf of Glenbard Easf. Freshmen prepare for their first year. W ir '4 . , X ' we f :fr - , ss X X - A , F'7"' f. -'. fl ' - i M -M yi 9 W if W 4 , .Zn my YU", . ,.., M, i . ' - - "' "' A il J V M sri. kim, we , V ii' A .z-gil" ri , f , W T r VKX' A Q A .D ' X y , Q . A' X , 1 gn Y f - W V ' ' 4 -bf -X' N 5 5 ...V K . ,Av ' 5 M i . Q 9 T . ,fs is if ...ss fs ff . Q A ' X? b ff-'-WV-'iii ' 1, T V , r W i ff f V . ' I ' 'V' I . T . "Q iii ' 'Q y llili, N ' is qv T gf' 2' f A x i. i 'A .9 x . W o ' ' . x , A . x ' ' i X592 4 ' Jw ' " if ' - ffil " -'24 .-I - , Q ff. "' "" 4' WW "" 1 ' PJ 'Aff my K 5 ' .f 1 PM mgxlfm fl is - x s :sw " . 5 - 11632 if , -- vi' ,- . i i . 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J' -, , . ,si Freshmen John Pierce and Andy Nappa learn iypinq skills during summer school sessions af Glen- Faiih Bales Kim Benson Randall Bernard Laura Berlels Linda Berlone Barbara Besch Michael Bignel Henry Bililzki John Birchall Nancy Biring Richard Blackburn Roberr Blackburn Brian Allan Blake Wendy Blanchard Shae Blefier Nancy Bieffe Marinus Blomme Pamela Bobrowsky Wanda Boggs James Boldebuck Siephen Borges Philip Bosworfh Jeffery Boiloms Lynn Ann Boyer Sfeven Boyer Peggy Breed Sandra Breiiling Randy Bridges Lorraine Brinn Linda Brorniel Barry Brooks Clifford Brown Diane Brown Neal Brown Carolyn Brockmeyer Diana Brodick Mary Bruckbauer Margarel' Bruner Brian Bryniollson Kaiherine Bryanl John Buberi James Burch Tom Burke Suzanne Burneli Carol Burns Diane Burns Richard Burion Carol Bonnarf Calhy Byers Pairicia Calabrese Susan Calabria Kalhy Camp Danny Cannon William Caponera Pairicli Carbray Allan Carlisle Craig Carlson Jack Carlson Nancy Carlson Sandy Carlson Pairicia Carnahan Naihan Carson Dave Carier Theresa Carlmell Andrew Casfaldo Ochal Caudill JoAnn Cavicchioni Judilh Celebron Barbara Ceniofanie Carol Cersani Scoil Cerina Michael Chaffee Marie Charles James Charval' Pairicia Chavez Debbie Chapman Roberl Chelselh Joanne Cheri James Cholewa Sandra Chrislianson Yolanda Cisneros Michael Clifford Brenda Cone Timoihy Coppock John Conrad Janei Coran Alain Covay David Crabbe Palricia Crabbe Toni Crawford David Crews Richard Crokin Thomas Crokin Colleen Cummings Colleen T. 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I964 Oclober 24. l965 Thomas Osborne William Romano Seplember I7, l95I July 30. I946 December 7. I965 Oclober I2. l965 'W- 2? f,,:,ggi. Q. 11 si 1 M R 5 -., Professional Directory DR. C. B. VAN GORDER. M.D. I52 Soulh Main Sireel' Lombard, Illinois MA 7-4008 DR. GEORGE OLSEN D.D.S. 4I9 W. S+. Charles Road Villa Parlc 629-3 I 20 l WEST SUBURBAN BANK The Only Financial lnslilulion in The Wesfern Suburbs Offering Free Checking Accounl' Service fo All College Sluclenls 837 S. Wes'I'more Lombard, Illinois EASTGATE SHOPPING CENTER Eric Hoy cheerfully pafronizes fhe Wes? Sub urban Banlc. I JIM BELL Off. MA 9-OOI6 ' Res. MA 7-4584 I I Maple I p Realty I I60 S. Main a+ Maple Lombard, Illinois The Corner of Service Yarns-Rug Making Supplies I Needle Poinl-Free InsI'rucI'ions rlgnlrgiardner and Charles Kadlec lap away during a band Ring Angora - Colors OLSON'S YARN SHOP I28 W. S+. Charles Road Lombard. Illinois Phone MA 9-I I60 LOMBARD LUMBER COMPANY Everylhing 'For Your REMODELING-REPAIRING-NEW BUILDING 430 Easl' S+. Charles Road Lombard. III. 627-6200 IN LILAC TOWN-TO SERVE YOU! Lula Invi+es You -:z 1 " ll W COTJNTR ues!! -EZQYEIJIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII G0 " fe ssiafess' 'I ,f !3?E'5f55j?3h,v Chicken 8: Seafood +o go Jr-V: :: fa:-::':::Si -II II05 Easi S+. Charles Road Lombard, IIIinois Paul DePirro, senior, s+udies for a class a+ his posi while working as a moniior. ExceIIen'r in Service PRINTING Nw ENGRAVING UTHOGRAPHY Cllxmaal 9' II E. Sf. Charles Road Phone 629-4767 WOODWORK SCHRECK CORP. 6I2 Eas+ S+. Charles Road Lombard, IIIinois Phone MAyfairf7-5466 CUSTOM BUILT- KITCHEN CABINETS AND TOPS, STORE-BAR and SPECIAL FIXTURES BILL THOMAS MEN 81 BOYS WEAR 408 s. Main 6274763 For The "Bes+" See Bill Glenbard Easi' Jaclceis and Sweafers STATE BANK OF LOMBARD B xu The Sfafe Banl: of Lombard, a member of 'the communify since 1945. gt' Member of Federal Deposii' Insurance Corp. ' Complefe Banking Services ' Drive In Banking Making oui' a deposif slip. Maureen Houx pafronizes fha Sfafe Bank of Lombard. Opening an accounf, Maryann Reiland gefs advice from savings cashier Jo Percy. .4--1" BEL-AIR REAL ESTATE MA 9-5400 -Your Specialisl' In- RESIDENTIAL COMMERCIAL INDUSTRIAL REAL ESTATE I033 E. S+. Charles Rd. Lombard WH EATON CURTAIN 81 DRAPERY For your Home Decorafing needs we are proud 'Io offer You The Flnesl' Cl-I5+0m Made Services JV 'foo'I'baII coach, Mr. HiH', urges his conference co-champs Io malce Ihal' exI'ra poinf. The services are broughi righi' +o your home wi'rh our 35 years experience +o help wi+h your decorafing problems. Esfimafes are free wi'I'hou+ any obligaiion. II6 N. Main S+. Wheaion MO 8-4222 ZITT'S I07 W. S+. Charles Lombard MA 9-0023 Home of Farm Pei' Supplies Canaries, Paralreefs. Tropical Fish Dog Foods Also Compleie Line of Pei' Supplies BoLlNGER's ff' PHARMACY, INC. ' "Na+ionally Known Drugs, Cosmerics, Phoro Supplies." 24 W. S+. Charles Rd. MA 9-I400 242 Office Phone MAyfair 9-0700 AMMERSCHMID LUMBER 8. FUEL CO. 37 E. S+. Charles Road Lombard, Illinois Jean is WOMEN'S APPAREL 23 W. S+. Charles Rd. Lombard, Illinois 627-50I I HOWARD CONCRETE COMPANY Telephone: MA 7-4200 Concrefe Work of All Kinds 609 E. S+. Charles Road Lombard, Illinois Ray Carnahan, gymnasiics co-capfam hangs suspended in Ihe "iron cross" as spoiler Mariy Olson Ioolcs on HI I If ' ' Qnnr fl ' ' 4 ,gf if H' In ,.,,.f,u5,,,,fpg,,5,M5 ,, CWC Z: ' va, fly My 'i Av MERL REXALL DRUGS OPEN 'TIL MIDNIGHT FREE DELIVERY MA 7-3949 Roosevell' Road beiween Highland and Main Lombard, Illinois awww MIINISIH Hnnisi IT' f76r1Isl J Qi, .,1,.ii I ' 627.4040 I I fsfraifffwm I A I -n4.e,,.i3g,3 32 ' I Ps, Y I iT?IlIa?Iikaif15??r51Qf,imi,ii' ' lm . - -- fvw, , K . -ii h , A I Viallimlrwi , l l I2 So' Mem S+' Junior varsify cheerleader Judy Larm leads GE's rooiers in a s he cl a I f I II Lombard. Illinois rou ing c er uring varsiy oo ba game. I Represen+ing "THE 3 Rs IN REAL ESTATE" l ROATH RELIABILITY REALTOR ROATH REALTY CO. NEW LOCATION ' 425 S. Main Slreei' Esi. I9 I O 629-00 I4 Lombard, Illinois Mrs.Cruse receives change from Paul Luczalc cluring a lransaclion al 'rl'Ie books+ore. "We Sell +l'Ie Best Repair +lIe Res'r" p A511 ME CYCLERY FURNITURE APPLIANCES CARPETING DRAPERY TV-STEREO The Zi .gdwollun 4" I QVC' Vafsiw 1 gl Io-SPEED GEARS! 81 . 'i " I , NYLONlsSilgI3'I?S TIRES! i iEmeNSee if e ein SlofT Raflng X55 APPLIANCE SERVICE TWO LOCATIONS 60I Eas+ S+. Charles Road 303 S. Main S+. 22 E, Lake S+. Lombard, Illinois Lombard Addison 529-3935 MA 7-3l74 BR 9-8870 SCHWINN SALES Faciory Trained Service Deparfmeni' 1 "We grow our own" LOMBARD FLORAL COMPANY . 368 Eas+ S+. Charles Rd. Ph. MA 7-0500 Lombard, Illinois "Beau'rilul Flowers for All Occasions" in 337 S. Main MA 7-I890 PHONE EXCLUSIVELY 629-5707 FRANCHISED TX Reno Rose Leveille ponders over a new suggeslion during a co - 1 ..i. M A ' , sfiiuiion meefing of FTA held in Sepfember. ne w """" N' l05l E. S+. Charles Rd. Lombard. Illinois Complefe Remodeling Service Financing One-S+ep Shopping EDWARD HINES LUMBER CO. 627- I 304 469-0086 ISI N. Charlo'H'e, Lombard, Ill. ,, . Advertising Index Bel-Air Real Es'la'l'e ,... Bill Thomas Men 8: Boys , . . Bolinger Pharmacy , A . . Colonial Press . . . . Counlry Skiller ...,s.. . , Edward Hines Lumber Co. .,.., . . Hammerschmidl' Lumber 8: Fuel Co. Howard Concrele Co. ..i..,....... . Jean's ........4.,. Lombard Floral Co. , . A Lombard Lumber Co .,,. Maple Really ,... Merl Drugs . .. Munger Floris+ ..,l..,.l., Olson, Dr. George, D.D.S. . Olson's Yarn Shop ....r.. One Hour Marlinizing l,.... Owens Appli ance 81 Furnirure Ral'lce's Hardware ....... Roarh Really Co. ...... . . Schreclc Woodwork Corp. . S'l'a're Bank of Lombard .... Van Gorcler, Dr. C. B. . . . . Wesl Suburban Banlc ..... Whealon Currain 8: Drapery ZiHs .................. Auiro Club 75 Adveriisinq 236 A.F.S. 152 Anglers 73 "Anyi'hing Goes" 143 ARIES 48 Ari Deparlmeni 40 Ariisians 61 Band 82 Baseball I22 Baskelball 100 Business Educaiion Deparlmen141 Caduceus 71 Campus Council 77 Cheerleaders 130 Chorus 78 Counsellors 28 Cross Couniry 96 A Abboii, Janei' '69 222 Abeli, Amy '67 201 Abrahamsen, Darlene '66 77, 161 Abrams, Carole '69 66, 222 Abrah, Karen '68 211 Acker, Alana '69 222 Acker, Keilh '68 106 Acker, Kevin '68 66, 106, 211 Achermann, Diane '67 78, 201 Aclon, Russell '69 75 Adamek, Tom '66 161 Adams, Bob '67 74, 83, 201 Adams, Gary '66 91, 161 Adams, John '67 69, 201 Adams, Linda '69 222 Adaskevich, Dawn '69 222 Aeschleman, Joanne '69 222 Affalaio, Kaihy '66 161 Ahern. Polly '66 161, 175 Ahern, Pai '68 211 Ahlgrim, Larry '67 114, 201 Akehursi, Margarel '68 67, 80, 211 Alrighf, Gayle '68 211 Alaia, Bobbi '69 Albanese, Jan '68 211 Albano, Richard '68 Albarran, Gayle '69 222 Alberl, Al '68 75 Alberl, Audrey '69 222 Alberisen, Wayne '68 211 Albus, Glen '68 211 Alexander, Sieve '68 111,211 Alford, Ray '68 Topic Index "Diary of Anne Frank" 146 Drivers Educaiion Deparimenl 4-1 ECHO 50 English Deparimenl' 30 Facully 22 Foolball 88 French Club Freshmen 222 F.T.A. 70 Girl's Sporls 134 G-Club 57 G.A.A. 132 German Club 68 Glen-Teens 58 Golf 128 Gradualion I4-0 Gymnasiics 114 Hi-Y 64- Homecominq 144 Home Economics Deparimeni 43 Honors 154 1nduslria1Arls Deparimeni 42 lnler-Club 53 Juniors 200 Laiin Club 69 Language Deparimenl 33 Library 32 "Man Who Came lo Dinner" 148 Malh Deparimenl 36 Moniiors 76 Mu Alpha Thela 62 Music Deparimenl 40 "Music Man" 150 Nalional Honor Sociely 63 "New Tenanl" 142 Office Helpers 44 Anderson Anderson Student Index Gary '69 222 Gary Jon '68 93, 111,211 Anderson, Anderson, , Greg '69 116, 222 Karen '66 78, 79, 161 Anderson, Kalhy '68 79, 211 Anderson, Ken '68 211 Anderson Ken '69 222 Anderson, Mr. 37 Anderson Paul '67 Anderson Anderson Rodney '67 201 f sieve 'ss 161 Andrews, Jean '67 201 Aniczak, Waller '68 211 Alepenko, Bill '68 211 Apke, Mary Lou '67 35, 201 Arena, Mike '69 222 Arenberg, Bob '68 51, 61, 66, 149,211 Asay, Donald '68 93,'211 Banka, Arlene '66 162 Banka, Chris '69 222 Banovz, Pal '67 201 Barbarick, Sue '66 I62 Barber, Jan '67 201 Barber, Joy '66 162 Barnes, Elizabeih '68 211, 80 Baines, Sheryl '69 Barnei,Don '67 66, 201 Barnef, Kaihi '66 162 Barnel, Mike '66 earner, Rich '57 si, ea, 92, 201 Ba rreil ,Dick '68 111, 211 201 Barrick, George '67 Barrick Bariels , Roberi '66 Jeff '67 66, 201 Barlhel, cuff '69 Barihek, Donald '68 Aseliine, Bob '67 16, 60, 68, 78, 92, 150, 151, 201 Aseliine, Rich '69 79, 94, 222 Ashinhusl, Miss 37, 254 Asirolh, Mr. 12, 26 Alherion, Joan '69 222 Alieberry, Vernon '67 Audia, Dennis 116 Audia, Louis '66 75, 161 Audia, Tom '69 Aukland, Karen '66 82, 161 Aull, Jeff '67 199 Aull, Mrs. 43 Axell, Janice '68 Axelsen, Marilyn '68 211 Axelson, Dave '66 IO, 161 Ayres, Barb '68 78, 211 Bariholomew, Gail '68 211 Barlholomew, Jim '67 83, 201 Barion, Roger '68 93, 111,211 Bass, Mr. 36 Bass, Mrs. 45 Bass, Sam '67 78, 92, 105, 201 Bafchelor, Barb '67 201 Bail, Mrs. 44 Bafz, Faiih '69 79, 223 Bauer, Ellen '67 49, 201 Bauer, Glen '67 98, 222 Bauer, Ross '66 57, 62, 66, 155, Baumbach, Belh '67 201 Baumbach, Janey '68 211 Baumbach, Rila '69 222 Baxfer, Karen '68 67, 82, 211 Baxfer, Linda '69 82, 222 162 Allen, Kafhy '68 211 Allen, Larry '66 161 Allen, Sandy '66, 82, 161 Allen, Sue '69 222 Aller, Debbie '69 84 Alley, Claudia '69 222 Alley, Marsha '66 161 Almond, Charlene '69 81, 222 Alore, Gary '69 Alphin, Debbie '68 Allman, Tom '69 222 Alvarez, Vivian '68 211 Alyea, Dale '69 222 Amundson, Ellen '69 66, 222 Amundson, Ken '66 61,. 161 Anasiasi, Ronald '69 Andersen, Mr. 37, 107 Anderson, Barb '66 15, 54, 66, 70, 78, 84, 161 Anderson, Cheryl '68 211 Anderson, Chris '67 Anderson, Dave '68 80, 82, 211 Anderson, Dave '69 81, 98, 116, 222 Anderson, Debbie '67 61, 201 Anderson , D.ick '57 ss, zol Azar, Azar, B Sandy '69 Sherry '69 222 Bachleda, Bruce '66 57, 161 Badon, Anila '69 222 Bailey Bailey , Ann '66 83, 161 , Charles '67 201 Bailey, Dave '66 161 Bailey, Leola '69 222 Bailey Bailey Baior, Baior, , Lowell '66 211 , Mike '69 94, 107, 222 Bruce '68 John '66 77, 162 Baker, Ken '68 78, 211 Baker, Pairica '68 69, 211 Baldis, Mr. 27 Baldw Balisir I , 254 in, Angie '68 211 ieri, Tom '68 222 Ballinger, Dale '69 222 Sallinger, Dick '66 7, 66, I62 allinger, Vicki '68 211 Banach, Maureen '68 211 Banez, John '67 83, 201 Beal, Deborah '69 222 Beall, Doug '67 201, 91 Beavers, Suzy '67 50, 67, 131, 152, 201 Beck, Cheri '67 201 Becker, Barb '68 211 Beckwiih, Rick '67 201 Beckwilh, Roberl '69 222 Bedard, Dolores '67 201 Bedard, Ed '66 76, 162 Beeffer, Mike '67 201 Behn, Michel '69 Behnke, Rick '69 Behrens, Bruce '67 201 Beier, Daryl '68 53, 66, 211 Beimal, Jim '69 222 Beliiz, Pefe '67 201 Bell, Bonnie '68 211 Bell, Joanne '66 I62 Bell, Leonard '68 211 Bell, Shirley '66 162 Bellock, Elaine '69 222 Bellock, Harry '66 13, 91, 162 Bellock, Jeanne '68 211 Bellock, Rose '67 56, 201 Bellucci, Frank '69 222 Orcheslra 80 Pep Club 56 Physical Educalion Deparimenl 38 Prom 138 Radio Club 74 RAMBLINGS 52 Sophomores 210 Science Deparlmenl 37 Seniors 160 Social Science Deparimeni 34 Spanish Club 66 Special Services 27 Speech Arls Depar1'menl32 Siudeni Council 54 Tennis 126 Thespians 60 Track I I8 Tri-S Teens 59 Wresiling 108 Bell, Connie '69 222 Benac, Ellen '67 201 Banac, Liz '69 222 Beniamin, Mike '68 211 Benjamin, Sue '66 162 Bennelf, Don '69 222 Benshoof, Judi '67 201 Benson, Bob '68 82, 211 Benson, Carol '67 65, 67, 211 Benson, Kim '69 223 Benson. Kris '67 68, 201 Benlon. Pam '68 211 Bercos, Mike '67 201 Berg, Bruce '69 Bergeron, Jeri '66 I62 Berghorsi, Jack '68 211 Berghorsf, Joyce '66 162 Berglund, Mr. Bergmann, Sue '68 211 Bergum, Ross '67 207 Berkshire, Nancy '67 201 Bernard, Randy '69 223 Bernasek, Mr. 9, 41 Bernhardi, Richard '68 106 Bernhardi, Ron '66 I62 Bernoih, Evelyn '67 49, 201 Berfels, Laura '69 223 Berlels, Pal '67 Berione, Alberl '69 Berfone, Linda '69 223 Besch, Barbara '69 223 Besl, Janei '67 201 Beihke, Lorrie '66 I62 Beukema, Linda '68 211 Bevier, Bill '68 2II Beyer, John '66 Beyer, Ken '67 201 Beyer, Lennard '68 211 Beyne, L. Therese '68 Bibbiano, Chuck '66 162 Bibbiano, Ken '68 211 Biehl, Debi '66 162 Biehl, Don '66 91, 163 Biehl, George '66 91, 155, 163 Biellzki, Bob '67 201 Bienz, Vicki '68 146, 211 Bignell, Mike '69 223 Bilbro, Bill '68 33,211 Bilek, Janice '68 211 Bilek, Linda '66 66, 163 Bililzki, Eua '67 201 Bililzki, Henry '69 Binder, Carole '68 211 Biondi, Don '68 211 Biondi, Linda '67 33, 2OI Birchall. John '69 223 Bird, Dave '68 211 Biring, Nancy '69 223 Bixier, Larry '68 93, 211 Black, James '69 Black, Tony '67 129, 201 Blackburn, Bob '69 94, 112, 223 Blackburn, Dick '69 111,223 Blair, Ben '68 211 Bruss, Marian '66 80, 165 Brutlag, Mliss 37 Bryant, Kathy '69 223 Brynioltsson, Brian '69 223 Blair, Blake, Blake, Blake, Blake, Debbie '67 201 Brian '69 223 Bruce '68 211 Cathy '66 63, 69, 76, 163 Chris '67 201 Blakemore, Thomas '68 211 Blanchard, Wendy '69 223 Blasen, Phyllis '67 78 Blasen , Wayne '69 79, 94, 116 Bleffer, Mike '67 Bleffer, Skae '69 83, 223 Blette, Nancy '69 223 Bliss, JoAnne '66, 163 Bliss, Linda '68 Bliven, Bob '66 163 I . Block, Jm 67 201 Blomme, Marty '66 50, 51, 156, 163 Blomme, Marinus '69 223 Bloxham, John '66 75, 163, 183 Bloxham, Ron '67 92, 201 Bludorn, Bonnie '68 211 Blum, Boal, Greg '66 163 Bonnie '66 155, 164 Bobrowsky, Pam '69 223 Bockelmann, Janice '66 63, 164 Bubert, John '69 82, 223 Bubert, Maureen '67 82 Buck, Carol '68 212 Budnik, Bonnie '69 Buege, Scott '69 116 Buettner, Jan '67 201 Bullard, Barb '67 51, 49, 78, 135, 201 Burch, Jim '69 69, 223 Burianek, Suzanne '67 Burke, Colleen '67 201 Burke, Tim '67 201 Burke, Tom Jr. '69 223 Burlace, Bruce '69 Burmeister, Mary '67 Burmeister, Terry '68 212 Burnett, Suzanne '69 79, 223 201 Burnly, Steve '67 Burns, Carrie '69 223 Burns, Cathy '68 212 Burns, Kathy '67 201 Burns, Jim '67 Burns, Phyllis '66 Burt, Debbie '67 Burt, Lynda '66 54, 165 Burtelson, Vimmy '66 165 Cerasani, David '67 202 Cermel, Sue '68 Cerny, Arnold '66 166 Cesario, John '68 Certera, Mr. 30 Chadwell, Phylis '67 78, 202 Chaffee, Mike '69 94, 224 Chaffee, Randy '67 Chalkley, Shirley Ann '67 202 Chalupnicek, Alan '68 74, 83, 212 Chana, Dan '67 202 Chana, Richard '66 57, 77, 89, 91, 100, 166, 167 Chandler, Larry '67 202 Chalkley, Shirley Ann '67 202 Chalupnicek, Alan '68 74, 83, 212 Chana, Dan '67 202 Chana, Richard '66 57, 77, 89, 91, 100, 166, 167 Chandler, Larry '67 202 Chapman, Debbie '69 79 Charles, Marie '69 224 Charlton, Mary '66 166 Charvat, Jim '69 224 Chase, Jim '68 212 Chavel, Lynn '68 212 Chavez, Pat '69 224 Chelseth, Bob '69 83, 224, Cherf, Joan '69 224 Bockelmann, Ken '66 75, 164 Bodnar, Karen '66 164 Bodnar, Mike '68 211 Boech, Gary '66 164 Boedecker, Mrs, 30 Boehnke, Miss 28 Boesch, Anita '68 211 Bogdas, Charles '69 Bogdas, Stanley '67 201 Bogdas, Steve '68 93, 212, 106 Boggs, Wanda '69 223 Boldebuck, Jim '69 116, 223 Boldt, Rob '66 49, 77, 91, 164, 256 Bolin, Jim '68 Bolling, Bev '66 199 Bolling, Mike '67 201 Bonert, Caroll '69 Booker, Karen '66 164 Bookwalter, Karyl '67 201 Borgerson, Karen '66 133, 164 Borges, Stephen '69 116, 223 Borysiewicz, Don '68 212 Bosworth, Philip '69 223 Bottoms, Dan '66 62, 63, 164 Bottoms, Jeff '69 69, 116, 223 Boughner, Cheryl '68 212 Bourke, Richard '66 164 Bowdish, Ron '66 57, 75, 164 Bower, Doris '66 164 Bowman, Cathy '67 80, 83, 211 Burton, Richard '69 94, 112,223 Busch, Bev '67 201 Busse, Marga'ret '66 165 Buttles, Diane '66 49, 165 Buttles, Weston '69 74, 94 Bye, Tom '66 75, 165 Byers, Mr. 36 Byrnes, Donna '68 212 C Cadgin, Mr. 28 Cadwell, Chuck '66 80, 82, 165 Calabrese, Barb '66 166 Calabrese, Pat '69 224 Calabria Judy '68 51, 67,212,218 Calabria, Susan '69 224 Caldwell, Mrs. 36 Caldwell, Skip '67 104, 105, 199 Calkins, Martha '68 81,212 Callahan, Ed '68 212 Camp, Jeff '67 199 Camp, Kathy '69 Campbell, Mr. 37 Campbell, Mrs. 44 Cannaiaro, Mike '68 212 Cannon, Danny '69 224 Capecci, Mr. Caponera, Bill '69 224 Capps. Mr. 30 Boyd, Jackie '68 49, 212 Boyer, Lynn '69 81, 223 Boyer, Steve '69 Boyle, Michele '66 165 Boyer Brady', Braie, Steven.'69 223 Larry '66 165 Janice '66 165 Brandenburg, Lynn '69 Brandt, Terry '67 135 Brannigan, Harry '66 165 Brauer, Jackie '68 212 Bredfeldt, Tom '67 80, 482, 201 Breed, Pat '66 165 Breed, Peggy '69 223 Breidenstine, Mrs. 36 Caravella, Judy '66 166 Carbary, Bob '68 212 Carbray, Carol '67 Carbray, Pat '69 224 Cardia, Ray '66 75, 166 Carey, Jo '68 212 Carlisle, Allan '69 224 Carlson, Cathy '68 65, 78, 133, 212 Carlson, Craig '69 224 Carlson, Jack '69 224 Carlson, Lynn '67 199,212 Carlson, Nancy '69 79, 224 Carlson, Ralph '68 212 Carlson, Carlson, Robert '67 199 Sandy '69 224 Breitling, Sandy '69 223 Brendemuhl, James '68 93,212 Brenner, Diane '68 131, 210 Bridges, Randy '69 223 Brink, Marcia '66 50, 62, 81, 82, 165 Brinn, Charles '66 165 Brinn, Lornie '69 223 Brokmeyer, Carolyn '69 223 Brodick, Diana '69 80, 223 Bromiel, Linda '69 223 Bronson, Miss 36 Brooks, Barry '69 16, 223 Carnahan, Pat '69 79, 224 Carnahan, Ray '66 57, 114, 166, 243 Carollo, Diana '67 199 Carpenter, Joyce '67 199 Carpenter, Steve '67 Carpenter, Sue '66 166 Carr, Cathie '68 78, 212 Carroll, Dave '66 54, 55, 166 Carson, Nathan '69 224 Carsons, Kathy '67 55, 199 Carter, Dave '69 224 Cartmell, Theresa J. '69 224 Brooks, Gerry '68 212, 106 Brose, Don '66 165 Brown, Cindy '68 78, 212 Brown, Clifford '69 79, 223 Brown, David '67 83, 201 Brown, Diane '69 223 Brown, Don '66 165 Brown, Neal '69 223 Brown, Pam '67 201 Brown, Pete '67 201 Brown, Sue '68 212 Brown, Terry '66 165 Bruck, Nancy '66 165 Bruckbauer, Mary '69 66, 223 Bruckbauer, Mr. 34 Bruner, Margaret '69 223 Bruws, Marilyn '67 201 Cartwright, Kathleen '67 199 Cartwright, Pam '67 77, 202 Cassidy, Chuck '68 212 Cassidy, Ralph '67 199 Cassidy, Roger '67 199 Castaldo, Andy '69 224 Castellani, Jerry '67 202 Cates, Mr. 38 Caudill, Donna '66 166 Caudill, Ochal '69 224 Caudill, Verna '68 212 Cavicchi oni, JoAnn '69 224 Celebron, James '66 110, 166 Celebron, Judy '69 224 Centotante. Barbara '69 224 Centofante, Dennis '66 166, 187 Cerasani, Carol '69 224 Cheri, Mike '67 202 Cherry, Donna '68 Cherry, Steve '67 .81, 82, 202 Chesney, Jim '68 Chester, Mrs. 30 Childs, Mike '66 Childs, Patty '69 Choc, Tony '67 Cholewa, James '69 224 Chouina rd, Mrs. 36 Christianson, Mike '68 212 Ch.ristianson, Sandra '69 224 Christoft, Ronald '69 98 Church,-Dennis '67 202 Church, Sandy '66 56, 78, 166 Churchiill, Mrs. 33 Ciampi, Rick '68 Ciesielski, Lillian '68 212 Ciesielski, Walter '68 212 Cikanek, Don '68 212 Cikowski, Randy '66 166 Cisneros, Lonnie '69 224, 229 Clark Barb '67 202 Clark, Bonnie '66 166 Clark, Doug '68 78, 93, 111, 212 Clark, Greg '67 202 Clark Greg '67 202 Clark, Nancy '68 51, 61, 66,212 Clark, Val '67 202 Cleveland, Donna '66 166 Cliffo rd, Mike '69 224 Coats, Kenneth '66 Cobb, Laura '66 166 Cockfair, Rick '69 73 Coffey, Carolyn '67 202 Cofte y, Chuck '67 202 Coleman, Jim '68 212 Colletti, Anita '69 Collier, Don '68 212 Collier, Jack '66 166 Collings, Steve '67 Collingwood, Robert '66 Collins, Chris '68 93, 212 Collins, Claudia '66 52, 61, 146, 147, 153, 167 Collins, Gary '66 202 Collins, Joyce '68 212 Collins, Warren '68 212 Collord, Roger '68 Collsen, Cindy '67 Cone, Barry '67 Cone, Brenda '69 224 Connor, Betsy '68 212 Connor, Tom '67 202 Conrad, Alan '68 212 Conrad, John '69 B3, 94, 224 Conrad, Ken '67 202 Conrad, Linda '67 133, 135, 202 Cooper, Barb '68 218 Coop Cope er, Bev '68 212 land, Sue '67 Coppock, Bil1"66 167 Coppock, Tim '69 94, 112, 224 Coppola, Sharon '67 202 Corcoran Tom 68 93 95 106,212 Coran, Jan '69 66, 224 . I.. . 9 Corso, JoAnn Kathalln 69 7 Cosman, Phil '68 212 Coug hlin, Robert '67 75, 202 Covay, Alain '69 224 Covert, Bet-tie '66 167 Covert, Mary '68 212 Covington, Brenda '67 202 Cowan, Ray '68 212 Cox, Danny '66 110, 167 Cox, Karen '68 Cox, Nor '68 212 Cox, Terry '68 Coyle, Lynn '66 61, 167 Crabbe, David '69 224 Crabbe, Patty '69 224 Craig, John '66 75, 167 Crane, Bill '68 212 Crawford, Bob '67 202 Crawford, Margaret '68 Crawford, Mary '66 40, Crawford, Toni '69 224 Crews, Dave '69 83, 98, 224 Crews, Mr. 40, 82, 83, 144 Crippen, Jack '68 127, 212 Crisp, Cindy '67 202 Crokin, Donald '67 202 Crokin, Rick '69 224 Crokin, Thomas '69 79, 224 Croney, Art' 67 202 Cross, Robert '68 212 Cruise, Mrs. 44, 245 Cugier, Kathy '67 202 Cugier, Maureen '66 67, 167 Cugier, Sharon '68 212 Culumber, Diane '66 Culver, Mr. 34 Cummings, Colleen '69 224 Cummings, Cookie '69 224 Cummings, Don '67 92, 202 Cummings, Pat '68 Cundift, Tom '66 Cunningham, Gayle '68 54, 55, 67 131, 144, 212, 2lB, 253 Cunningham, Vicki '69 224 Curran, Frank '67 202 Curry, Debbie '67 202 Curtis, Re.id '69 224 Cutshall, Al '68 73, 213 Czarnik, Sandra '69 224 Czarnik, Wayne '66 167 Czopek, Joe '67 202 Czopek, Monna Jean '69 224 D Dahberg, Mike '69 94, 224 Dahlgren, Don '66 155, 167 Dahlgren, Gail Ann '69 135, 224 Dahlgren, Virginia '69 Dalke, Gary '69 224 Dalton, Rich '67 202 Daly, Paul '67 Daniel, David '68 78, 213 Daniel, Debby '67 78, 202 Danker, Debby '68 66, 78, 213 Dankers, Carol '66 167 Darcy, Barb '68 69, 78, 213 Darcy, Linda '69 69, 79 Dare, John '66 168 Darg, Barb '68 213 Darg, Sue '68 202 Darlbarg, Mike II6 Davidson, Jane '68 66, 213 Davidson, John '67 202 Davidson, Tracy '69 224 Davis, Ann '69 224 Davis, Barry '68 213 Davis, Chris '67 39, 49, 202 Davis, Jim '66 110, 168 Davis, John '68 111,213 Davis, Mrs. 11,43 Davis, Randall '67 202 Day, Dale '68 81, 117,213 Dawson, Rich '67 126 Dean, Bill '68 213, 230 DeAngel.is, Pat '68 69, 213 DeBartolo, Joyce '68 78 DeGarmo, Reuben '67 202 Degnan, Frank '67 202 Degnan, Ron '66 57, 75, 168 DeJonge, Yuonne '68 78, 213 Dekan, Mr. 96, 99, 128, 129 Deleon, Janet '69 224 Delhotal, John '68 213 DeMot, Mr. 27 DeMotte, Mrs. 41 DeMuro, Ann 69, 224 DeMuro, Frank '66 61, 168 Denny, Donna '69 224 Dennis, Elaine '68 Denton, Cindy '66 168 Depirro, Nancy '67 202 Depirro, Paul '66 240, 168, 169 Desimone, ToniLynn '69 202 Detert, Al '67 105, 202 Devaud, Mrs. 39 Dewanz, Cindy '67 202 Dewanz, Ronda '69 224 Diakow, Diana '69 79, 224 Diakow, Marianne '67 Diakow, Sue '68 213 Dice, Richard '69 224 212 167 Hanlon, Hazard, DiCianna, Pat '69 224, 225 Dick, Sue '69 224, 225 Dickson, Larry '69 75, 224, 225 Dickson, Linda '66 168 Diedrick, Mr. 34 Diesing, Brad '67 202 Diesing, Peggy '69 224, 225 Digby, Ginny '66 168 Dillard, Jeff '69 79, 225 DiVicino, Mickey '69 Dixon, Bob '69 225 Dodds, Pattie '66 168 Doddy, Pat '69 112, 225 Dodge, David '67 202 Dodge, Dick '66 Dodge, Kay '69 225 Doiron, Jim '67 202 Domick, Jim '69 Dcirlnake, Denise '68 61, 78, 146, Donat, Dean '69 98, 225 Donat, Donna '66 51, 168 Qopke, Wayne '68 81, 82, 213 Doria, Mary '68 74,213 Doscher, Greg '68 213 Douglass, Scott '67 92, 110, 113, 202 Dove, Bill '66 168 Dove, Deborah '68 213 Dowling, Mary '67 202 Downer, Marcia '66 168 Downs, Kathy '68 213 Downs, Lola '67 202 Doyle, Barry '68 213 Doyle, Greg '67 Drennan, David '67 202 Drennan, Jean '66 168 Drennan, Paul '68 78, 92, 213 Driver, Dawn '66 168 Dropson, Barb '67 69, 80, 202 Dropson, Bea '67 69, 202 Dryfhout, Eileen '68 213 DuBose, Charles '68 93, 213 Debrovin, Chuck '69 Dubsky, Beverly '68 213 Dumper, Brent '67 99 Duncan, Jack '69 225 Duran, Diana '69 66, 79, 225 Dusterhoft, Denise '69 79, 225 Dybowski, Gene '66 Dybowski, Ken '67 75, 202 Dye, Arlie '69 225 E East, Sandy '67 78, 202 Eberle, Gina '67 202 Eddy, Kenna '66 168 Eddy, Robin '68 213 Edelbrook, John '69 Eder, Connie '66 11, 168 Edison, Norman '68 213 Edmondson, Dale '68 78, 213 Edmondson, Wiley '66 168 Edwards, Dee '67 202 Edwards, Mrs. Egan, Jeanine '69 225 Egan, John '69 225 Eggebrecht, Robert '68 213 Ehenteldt, Anthony '69 225 Ehlers, Mike '66 169 Eichelman, Jan '69 67, 225 Eichhoefer, Sally '67 202 Eiselt, Sharon '66 169 Ekenberg, Tom '67 202 Elgar, Milly 'ss 213 Elger, Bill '68 213 Ellenwood, Barbara '69 225 Ellenwood, Neal '68 213 Ellenwood, Phil '67 202 El1.iott, Sara '69 116, 225 Ellis, John '69 116,225 Ellison, Mrs. 34 Eltoft, Doug '66 73, 74, 100, 113, 169 Emmel, Anita '66 169 Engman, John '66 57, 81, 83, 96, 169, 249 Eppley, John '68 213 Erickson, Karen '67 56, 202 Erickson, Ken '69 10, 202 Erickson, Mark '66 90, 91, 169 Erickson, Richard '69 Ernst, Connie '68 82 Esch, Jay '68 93 Esch, Ricky '69 94, 225 Escott, Carolyn '68 213 Espenmiller, John '66 169 Esposito, Jeff '68 213 Evans. Diane '69 225 Evans, Elaine '68 78 213 Evans, Linda '66 40, 130, 169 Evans, Michael '67 Everitt, Janet '69 81, 225 Everitt, Kathleen '68 67, 80, 213 Eyrnan, Don '68 213 F Fagan, Barb '67 202 Fairman, Joann '67 51, 52, 202 Faist, Miss 36 Falconer, Neil '66 57, 68, 77, 89, 91, 195, 169, 177 Falk, Sandy '68 59,213 Fallon, Deborah '69 Fallen, Melamie '68 213 Fatigati, Thomas '69 79 Fatz, Yvonne '67 202 Faulkner, Dan '67 60, 92, 110, 202 Faulkner, Kathy '69 225 Faust, Gary '69 225 Fawkes, Mr. 74, 37 Fawkes, Sue '69 66, 225 Feddema, Howie '69 107, 225 Feeley, John '69 107, 225 Felt, Frank '69 225 Fenton, Kathy '66 69, 109 Ferguson, Brian '69 116, 225 Ferguson, Drew '68 68, 225 Ferguson, Mrs. 33 Fernandes, Frank '66 169 Fernandes, Joel '68 76, 210 Ferrier, Gail '69 225 Fidone, Bill '68 213 Fiene, Mike '66 169 Figuray, Ken '68 69 Filitti, Kay '67 Filkins, Jim '67 202 Filkins, Steve '69 Fineh, Jeff '69 69 Finnie, Don '67 202 Fischer, Scott '68 213 Fisher, Karen '66 61, 170 Fisher, Toney '67 73, 202 Fisher, Wayne '68 66, 210, 213, 106 Fitzgibbon, Richard '69 225 Fitzpatrick, Dennis '68 69, 213 Fitzpatrick, Stacy '66 170 Fitzsimmons, Louise '66 59, 63, 170 Fivaz, Mr. Flanders, Kathy '67 202 Flanders, Steve '69 73 Fleege, Davd '66 170 Fleischaver, Joyce '67 61, 202 Fleming, Dana '69 225 Fleming, Mrs. 30 Fleshman, Kathy '69, 79 Fleshman, Paulette '67 53, 202 Fletcher, Dave '68 202 Fletcher, John '69 Fletcher, Mike '67 202 Foley, Pat '69 225 Foley, Sue '66 16, 60, 146, 149, 164, 1 0 Follett, Trish '67 202 Follmann, Ron '66 Ford, Carol '69 Ford, Janet '66 170 Forte, Jim '68 213 Fortier, Isabella '69 225 Foss, Tom '68 93, 213 Foster, Sheila '69 225 Frazer, Mr. 24 Freck, Melson '69 225 Freese, Sue '68 213 Freund, Bob '68 82, 213 Fricano, Mike '68 Friedrich, Sue '66 49, 66, 145, 170, 197 Fritz, Shirley '67 49, 59, 62, 70, 202 Fromer, Mike '68 213 Fuhrman, Gail '67 202 Fuller, Pat '66 50, 126, 170 Fullmer, Mr. 37 Futterer, Cynthia '66 60, 164, 170 Fyler, Miss 30 G Gedney, Mr. 38 Gehrig, Edwin '68 Gehrrnann, Monika '66 77, 171 Geigner, Chuck '66 Geizner, Chuck '66 68, 91, 171 Genest, Ron '67 203 Genske, Carol '67 203 George, Mr. 38, 109, 110 Gerakaris, William '69 Gerardi, Linda '66 58, 60, 171 Gerhardt, Sue '69 58, 80, 82, 144, 225 Gerke, Leigh '67 203 Gerke, Steve '69 225 Gerlach, Dick '66 57, 91, 171 Gerlach, Wayne '69 94, 225 Geroulis, John '68 83 Geroulis, Gloria '69 79, 225 Geyer, Nancy '66 191 Geyer, Steve '68 213 Ghilardi, David '67 104, 105,203 Gianopoulos, Linda '68 Gibson, George '68 66, 213 Gierman, Diane '69 225 Giesche, Gary 68, 213 Gieseker, Jim '67 16, 60, 78, 92, 203 Gilbert, Dick '66 171 Gilbert, Marilyn '69 225 Gilbert, Pat '69 225 Gilbert, Terry '66 171 Gillespie, Kelly '63 213 Gillespie, Pat '69 Gilmer, Joan '66 171 Gilmer, Terry '68 Gilmore, Robert '69 225 Gilmore, Roger '68 111 Ginder, Jim '69 228 Gipp, Louis '67 Gitles, Mrs. 30 Giunti, Frank "68 213 Glasser, Dawn '69 228 Gutzmer, Miss Guzik, D orun '68 214 Guzlas, Patti '69 228 Guzlas, Ron '67 49, 203 l-1 Haberkamp, Karen '66 77, 173 Hachmeister, Don '66 173 Haefner, Kathy '69 69 Hagan, Donna '67 51, 203 Hageland, Dave '66 75, 173 Hager, Roger '69 107, 228 Hagstrom, Judy '67 59, 203 Haight, Debby '68 148,214 Haldeman, Jim '69 228 Halicke, Halicke, Kathy 'sv zzs Wa1t'67 203 Hall, Alison '68 135,214 Hall, Ch uck '69 98 1-1al1,John '66 98, 173 Hall, Jonathan '69 Hall, Kathy 'ss 173 Hall, Pat '69 228 Hall, Steven '69 94, 112, 228 Haller, Debbie '69 Hallerbe rg, Carolyn '66 78, 135, 173 Halliday, Gail '68 214 Halligan, Mrs. 33 Hallman Hallman , Elaine '68 79, 214 , Linda '66 173 Hallman, Peter '69 228 Halmel, Joanni '66 Hamer, John '68 214 Hamlin, Mike '68 214 Hamm, Ron '69 228 Hammer Hammer schmidt, Janet '68 69, 214 schmidt, Pete '67 203 Hancock, Bob '67 203 Tom '69 94, 112, 228 Glenn, Glenn, Glynn, Glynn, Goble, Goble, Don '68 213 John '69 94, 112 Diana '69 67, 79, 228 Pam '67 49, 56, 67, 203 Nancy '66 49, 171, 251 Tom '68 98, 213 Gochis, Mike '66 Godfrey, Ginny '66 55, 130, 171, 256 Goetz, Jim '66 50, 57, 128, 144, 171 Gold, Alan '69 228 Golonsbe, Randy '66 171 Gomolka, Jean '68 213 Gonzalez, Sue '66 49, 66, 171 Goodwin, Phillis '68 204 Gorychka Arlette '66 59, 66, 171 Gould, Marilyn '69 zze Gouldsberry, Ellen '68 53, 67 Govan, Ann '66 65, 78, 172 Govan, Emily '68 214 Graef, Barb '68 214 Graef, Jeff '66 80, 82, 172 Graham, Cindy '66 135, 172 Graham, Ken '67 203 Grams, Gordon '68 214 Grams, Roger '66 214 Grams, Roger '66 73, 172, 175 Grass, Bill '68 80, 98, 228 Grass, Chris '66 81, 172 Grassel, Tim '66 67, 81, 172 Gray, Dan '69 Gray, Darcy '67 92, 203 Gray, Karen '67 203 Gray, Larry '69 Gray, 228 Mike '67 129, 203 Gray, Peggy '68 214 Gray, Verna '69 228 Greaves, Ken '66 75, 83, 172 Hansen, Carl '68 38, 98, 214 Hansen, Larry '66 173 Hanson, Kevin '68 93, 95, 214 Hanson, Mr. 34 Hanus, Lois '67 203 Happel, Jean '67 Happel, Linda '69 69, 228 Harbaugh, Don '68 214 Hardesty, Pat '68 78, 133,214 Hardy, Deborah '68 214 Harke, Jim '69 98, 228 Harkins, Christine '69 Harkins, Linda '67 203 Harkins, Pat '67 203 Harms, Clyde '69 64, 228 Harms, Cookie '66 133, 173 Harnden, Lin '66 173 Harper, John '68 214 Harper, Margaret '67 81, 203 Harris, Bill '67 66, 203 Harris, Dianne '69 69, 228 Harris, John '67 92, 95, 110, 203 Harris, June '68 58, 214 Harrison, Hank '68 100, 214 Hart, Bill '68 Hart, Linda '69 228 Hartman, Mr. 35, 250 Hartray, Sharon '68 214 Hartung, Gerhardt '69 73, 228 Hagtung, Tom '66 75, 108, 109, 160, 3 Hasiak, Diane '68 214 Hass, Martha '68 Hatcher, Terri '66 49, 173 Hauge, Lynn '68 214 Hauser, Sheryl '68 214 Hayden, Mr. 30 Gabert, John '67 202 Gaddis, Elizabeth '69 225 Gaddis, Mary '67 51, 70, 202, 204 Gallagher, Bill '66 170,202 Gallagher, Dennis '68 129, 213 Gallo, Philippe '69 Gambino, Bob '67 76, 77, 169, 203, 255 Gambino, Tom '68 55, 93, 111, 213 Ganes, B Garatolo Gardner, ill '66 75, 170 , Glenn '69 66 Bob '66 57, 96, 99, 170 Gardner, Mary '69 49, 82, 225, 239 Gariepy, John '69 94, 225 Gariepy, Sue '66 171 Garrett, Bill '66 171 Garrett, Gary '68 73, 213 Gastirer, A1 '66 171 Gavin, Mike '68 213 Gavin, K athy '69 225 Gearhart, Mark '66 91, 171 Greaves, Ron '69 66, 228 Grebner, Miss 39 Green, Debbie '68 214 Green, Jim '66 75, 172 Green, Joanne '69 228 Greenberg, Janis '69 228 Greenberg, Jeanne '67 78, 203 Greenwood, Mary '69 Gregory, Jim '66 172 Gregory, Miss 34 Grewe, Toni '69 228 Gricki, Lawrence '67 Griffin, Cherf '69 228 Grondfeldt, Larry '68 214 Gross, Adrienne '67 228 Grothe, Mr. 83, 93, 111 Grove, Edward '69 80, 228 Grunde, Bonnie '69 51, 228 Gugeler, Alice '69 228 Gugeker, Ann '63 214 Guiltoyle, John '69 112, 228 Gunn, Chris '69 228 Gunnk, Dave '66 55, 57, 91, 109, 160, 167, 173 Gunstun, Sharin '69 228 Gustafson, Ellyn '68 67, 214 Gutenstein, Bonnie '69 228 Hayden, Russell '67 Hayes, Bonnie '66 53, 49, 70, 173 Hayes, John '68 93, 214 Hayes, Lydia '68 78,214 Hayes, Pat '68 214 Hayes Steve '69 228 Mary '67 150, 203 Heard, Skip '68 93, 111,214 Heard, Sue '66 173 Hearn, Mark '69 228 Hearn, Mike '66 173 Hebda, Candace '68 214 Hecht, Mr. 28 Hackman, Jan '67 127 Hedlund, Bob '67 203 Hedlund, Dawn '68 67, 214 Hedrick, Mr. 30 Heggen, Mr. Heide, John '67 92 Heinrich, Arthur '68 Heinrich, Eric '69 228 Heller, Bob '67 55, 81, 128, 200 Heller, Linda '68 67, 214 Heller, Tom '69 228 Helm, Mr. 36 Heiminger, Anita '67 203 As final deadline nears +he ARIES slaff works feverishly 'lo finish all ihe lasf minuie work. Hennerich, Chris '67 203 Hennfnencn, Mike 'ss 3, 57, 77, 91, 109, 113, 173 Henderson, Linda '66 82, 174 Henderson, Pai '66 174 Henry, Joan '66 174 Henry, Sue '66 174 Hensel, Larry '68 93, 214 Henson, Gail '69 228 Hepner, Jo Anne '68 78, 214 Heringa, Pal '66 174 Herlihy, Michael '68 Hernandez, Joe '67 203 Herring, Mr. 35 Herring, Tom '67 Herfelendi, Frank '68 214 Herlelendi, Joe '66 174 Herweg, Larry '68 214 Hescoii, Mr. 33 Hess, Sue '69 Heulon, Allan '69 l"leufon, lrene '67 High, Jim '67 203 High, Susan '69 227, 228 Highfower, Mrs. 41 Hill, Jim '66 174 Hill, Pa1"68 214 Hilr, Mr. 36, 92, 177, 242 Hinglgen, Nick '69 228 Hingfgen, Sue '66 174 Hinkel, Pai '68 214 Hinfz, Larry '69 94, 112, 228 Hinlz, Nancy '67 203 Hixon, Harry '67 203 Hixon, Terri '68 71,214 Hinlica, Dean '67 203 Holloman, Hock, Tom '66 Hodge, sob '67 57, 203 Hodge, Lynelfe '69 Hodge, Marylin '68 214 1-loenig, Gail '69 228 Hoffman, Bruce '67 203 Hoffman, Eileen '66 Hoffman, Gaye '69 228 Hoffman, Rick 174 Hoffman, Sue 174 1-loffrage, Lynn '67 203 Hoffrage, Baia 'ss 75, 171, 174 Hoffrage, Tom '67 203 Hoglund, Neil '67 55, 80, 90, 91, 20 Hogue, Virginia '68 214 Hohimer, Sherry '68 214 Hokanson, Mrs. 43 Holland, Ann '67 203 Holland, Brian '68 214 Arlene '69 79, 228 Holmes, Kalhy '69 228 Holmgren, Linda '69 228 Holsinger, Linda '69 67, 79, 228 Holfmeyer, Rufh '69 69, 228 Holiz, Mr. 31, 112 Honeyculf, Gail '69 228 Honeyculf, John '67 203 Hopkins, Hew 'ee 44, 57, 128, 187 3 Horner, Bob '69 228 Horner, Philip '68 214 Hornslra, Karen '68 133, 214 Hornsira, Sandy '67 67, 133, 203 Hoskins, Nancy '66 174 Hoskins, Pai '69 228 Hofvedf, Chrisfine '67 203 Howard, Chuck '69 228 Howard, Deanna '69 228 Howard, Kathy '67 80, 203 Jahaske, Joanne '68 214 Jakoubek, Phyllis '66 49, 83, 175 Jakoubek, Sue '67 78, 204 Jakovec, Ted '69 228 Jakubek, Don '68 James, Alex '69 228 James, Carolyn '69 228 James James Janik, Janik, , Ed '69 116 , Pai '67 204 Allan '68 214 Joanne '69 Howard, Marg '67 Howes, Richard '67 203 Hoy, Er1c'66 49, 174, 187 Hoyl, Mrs. 45 Huber, Annelie '67 203 Huber, Fred '66 Hucksfadi, Richard '69 228 Hudgens, Sharon '66 174 Hudon, Bob '68 Hudon, Greg '69 82 Hueria, Cynfhia '67 203 Hueria, David '69 228 Huffman, Sarah '66 50, 63, 68, 155, 174 Huffman, Sue '68 214 Huffman, Terry '66 91, 174 Hughes, John '67 70, 117, 203 Hughes, Leslie '69 228 Hughes Hughes Hughes , Marsha '68 214 , Mrs. 26 ,Sue '68 13, 29, 51, 54, 55, 214 Huml, Michael '69 116,228 Jankoski, Vicki '68 Japhef, Janice '69 228 Jasin, Pamela '68 214 Jasper, James '68 78, 214 Jefchak, John '69 Jefchak,Johne11e '66 175 Jefcoar, Mike '69 228 Jelenchick, Mark '67 204 Jennings, Pal '67 204 Jensen, Al 175 Jensen, Scolr '69 83, 107, 228 Jensen, Tom '67 204 Jessen, Jim '68 98,215 Jessen, Richard '66 41, 175 Johannsen, Chris '68 49, 69, 214 Johannsen, Jan '68 214 Johannsen, Terri '66 175 Johaske, Joanne '67 43 Johnson, Al '68 215 Johnson, Arihur '69 228 Johnson, Bonnie '68 215 Huml, Roberi '66 174 Hummrich, Diane '68 66, 214 1-lunf, Mr. 28 l'1un1er, Debbie '68 214 Hunler, Scoli '69 228 1-luss, Miss 33 Hufcheson, Calhie '68 82, 214 Hulchison, Dale '67 35, 73, 203 Huichison, Leanne '69 228 Huichison, Twila '69 56, 228 Hull, Nancy '66 77 Huff, Mr. 26 Huifon, Mike '66 77, 174 Hyde, Miss lardella, Grace '66 175 lardella, John '67 203 lden, Alice '67 50, 59, 203 lnlerlandi, Kalhy '67 203 lnferlandi, John '68 214 lnwood, Sandy '68 214 lrwin, Judy '66 83, 175 Irwin, Mike '67 203 lsadore, AI '67 109, 204 Iverson, Geoffrey '67 92, 204 J Jackson, Mike '68 214 Jacobi, John '67 97 Jaffe, Ron '68 214 Johnso Johnso Johnso Johnso n, Carole '69 228 n, Chris '69 73, 116, 228 n, Dave '69 228 n, David '68 Johnson, Debbie '66 58, 175 Johnson, Diane '67 204 Johnson, Dick '69 116 Johnson, Karen '66 175 Johnson, George '68 93, 215 Johnson, Kalhy '68 Johnson, Kalhy '67 60, 204 Johnson, Larry '68 215 Johnson, Lawrence '69 228 Johnson, Linda '67 67, 204 Johnson, Phil '68 215 Johnson, Rick '67 204 Johnson, Sieve '66 91, 176 Johnson, Tom '66 127, 176 Johnsfon, Brian '66 Johnsion, Mr. 40 Johnsfon, Tom '67 204 Johnsfon, Warren '67 204 Jones, Bruce '68 215 Jones, Cynlhia '68 215 Jones, Jones, Jones Jones, Harold '69 228 John Paul '69 227 Lynn '69 227 Patricia '69 227, 233 Jones, Wayne '68 215 Jorgensen, Julie '67 204 Jurgens, Mrs. 33 Jurgens, Mike '68 215 Jusius, Leslie '69 227 Jusius, Linda '68 215 Juslus, Mary '66 176 K Kaaiec, Barb 'ss 215 Kadlec, Charles '66 82, 176 239 Kaelin, Ralph '69 Kaergard, Ken '68 98, 215 Kall, Wayne '67 Kaiser, Mark '69 227 Kalinowski,Barb '66 176 Kalinski, Thomas '69 227 Kalis, Linda '69 227 Kaluzinski, Frank '67 Kammerer, Sharon '69 227 Kampf, Gary '68 215 Kampf, Mike '69 227 Kampf, Sue '68 63, 176 Kania, Rich '69 227 Kaplan, Ruih '68 215 Karmis, Charis '69 227 Karnofz, Sue '67 82, 85, 204 Kash, Richard '68 Kash, Richard '67 Kasper, Len '67 204 Kass, Wendv '67 77, 204 Kasf, Ray '69 Kaupie, Gary '68 215 Kazor, Marge '66 176 Kealing, Janis '69 227 Kealing, Naialie '67 Keefe, Michaek '68 215 Keeley, John '68 215 Keener, Gary '68 73, 215 Kegerris, Karen '66 60, 61, 176 Keifer, Marion '69 227 Keifer, Pal '68 215 Kiegley, John '67 204 Keigley, Joseph '67 204 Keilh, Sianley '69 Kelberlau, Leroy '66 176 Kelloerlau, Nancy '69 227 Kelder, Wayne '66 176 Kieleher, Mrs. 4-4 Kellan, Corky '66 176 Kellan, Jayne '68 49, 66, 215 Kellan, Ross '66 Kellen, Mrs. 45 Keller, Len '67 204 Kelly, Janice '68 215 Keisa, Linda '59 69, 227 Kemp, Larry '67 204 Kempa, Dolores '68 215 Kemper, John '66 176 Kempf, Marlene '68 215 Kempski, Linda '67 Kennedy, Mike '68 215, 106 Kenny, Sfephen "68 93, 111, 215 Keogh, Jim '67 204 Keogh, Mike '68 215 Keogh, Rich '69 111,, 227 Kerl, Jeff '66 57, 91, 176 Lafron Keri, Scoil '68 215 Kerpafrick, Mr. 92 Kerr, Linda '68 49, 78, 215 Kerfai, Barb '69 79, 227 Kerwin, Be1h '69 227 Kerwon, Paula '67 Kerzan, Andrea '68 215 Kidd, Jeanne '69 227 Kiely, Tom '69 227 Kies, Mr. 41 Killelea, Sandy '66 49, 153, 172, 176 Kincaid, Jeff '68 215 Kincaid, Linda '67 49, 204 Kincaid, Sleve '69 227 King, Judy -es so, si, 63, 70, 156, 176 King, Peggy '69 51, 69, 227 King, Roseann '66 176 King, Sue '69 Kinzer, Dean '66 69, 75, 176 Kirchner, Nancy '69 227 Kizziah, Pai '68 215 Klages, Eileen '68 215 Klaibor, Helen '67 204 Klamp, Wolfgang '68 69, 215 Klar, Alfred '66 176 Klavinski, Lorraine '67 Kleck, Debbie '66 66, 177 Kleck, Gary '69 227 Kleeiisch, Lynn '68 215 Kleefisch, Ron '66 Klein, Glenda '66 53, 59, 63, 66 197 Kleindler, Debbie '69 227 Kleinedler, Jim '68 215 Kleinedler, Manilyn '66 177 Kleinow, John '68 215 Kleinow, Pal' '69 69, 79, 227 Kliesr, Linda '67 204 Kliesl, Loura '66 78, 177 Kline, Adrienne '66 177 Kline, Gary '68 215 Klink, Sue '67 78, 204 Klockow, Linda '69 227 Kmoch, Bruce '66 57, 126, 127, Kmoch, Susan '69 4, 227 Knaak, Jan '67 204 Knighi, Carole '68 215 Knollman, Pa1'69 Knoih, Linda '67 51, 204 Knox, Douglas '69 227 Knov, Margaret '68 78, 215 Knudson, Harry '67 2, 204 Koepke, Jim '66 177 Kohler, Janet '69 Kohler, Karl '67 204 Kolaczkowski, Lynn '69 79, 227 Koler, Mike '66 75, 177 Koler, Pai '69 Kolinski, Mike '68 215 Kuhn, Bob '67 205 Kuhn, Carol '68 216 Kuhn, Sue '67 61, 205 Kikec, Bernie '69 112 227 Kukec, Brigiffe '69 227 Kukla, Gayle '67 83, 205 Kukla, Laurie '68 82, 133, 216 Kukla, Sue '69 227 Kulbeda, Jim '69 107,227 Kunfze, Dave '67 Kurbynn, Chrisfine '69 227 Kurek, Pai '69 227 Kurkowski, Greg '69 80, 227 Kurkowski, Ted '66 69, 81, 178 Kusak, Kaihy '69 227 Kuiella, Florence '68 Kuzmicz, Tony '69 227 Kwiiz, Karen '67 61, 77, 205 Kyznar, Denise '68 216 L Labadie, Mike '63 107 La Fleu LaFleu LaFleu Labonte, Mary '69 Laechelr, Ken '66 178 r, Charlie '69 79, 98, 107, 227 r, Sharon '67 205 r, Mr. 35 Lagocki, Peie '69 98, 107, 230 LaGro Lake, Lalla, Lamb, Landis Lane, ssa, Eileen '69 230 Rey 'ers si, 178 Doug '66 96, 98, 99, 178 Terry '69 203 , Carson '69 Mike '66 149, 178 Lange, Linda '67 Lange, Nancy '68 216 Langer, Bill '67 145, 147, 75 Langer, Joe '69 Langg ulh, Mrs. 40 Langston, Doug '69 Lapins LaPor1 LaPral LaPra1 Larm, Larsen Larsen Larsen Larsen Larson Larson Larson Larson Larson Larson Laschi ki, Russ '68 a, Dennis '68 216 1, Ken '69 79, 116 1, Mary '66 178 Judy '68 78, 131, 135 , Chrisline '69 230 , Deborah '69 230 , Linda '69 151 , Daniel '69 , Herb '67 205 ,John '67 81, 82, 205 , Lesley '68 216 , Linda '67 60, 78 , Loreila '69 , Sue '66 179 ski Kalhryn '69 230 fl 1 Laske, Sandy '67 205 ica, Ray '68 111, 216 Kolodz, Don '67 75, 204 Komaniecki, Mary Sue '69 227 Konczal, Ken '66 177 Konigsfeld, Gary '68 93, 215 Konopasek, Karen '66 178 Konraih, John '67 3, 73, 204 Koonce, David '68 110, 215 Kopriva, Margaref '69 227 Kosfopoulos, Georgina '69 227 Kosiopoulos, Nina '68 215 Koiecki, Jeff '69 227 Koiynek, Mr. 37 Koiynek, Mrs. 33 Kouach, Chris '68 Kovanda, Linda '68 216 Kovanda, Tom '69 227 Kramer, Chnis '69 227 Kramer, Mike '67 235 Krhemer, Mike '67 205 Krauialis, A1 '68 Krause, Bob '67 92, 95, 205 Krause, Ginny '69 227 Krauskopf, Tom '69 83, 727 Krawczyk, Nancy '69 Kreider, Donna '69 227 Kreici, Denny '69 116, 227 Kremesec, Maryann '69 227 Krenzel, David '68 216 Krenzel, Joe '66 110, 178 Kreiz, Bob '68 216, 106 Krolack, Linda '66 178 Krueger, Keiih '67 205 Krueger, Kenl '66 110, 178 Krueger, Kris '68 216 Krumeich, Bruce '66 65, 178 Kryslosek, Diane '66 71, 74, 178 Krysfosek, Paul '69 74, 227 Krzemien, Ken '68 Kubal, Tom '69 94, 227 Kubica, Beffy '69 227 Kubica, Frank '68 216 Kuchenbecker, Bob '69 74, 227 Kufer, John '68 93, 216 Kuhlman, Miss 36 Kuhlmann, Brian '68 216 Lafronica, Rich '66 179 Lau, Ellen '66 179 Lauer, Peggy '69 230 Lavander, Jeaneile '68 216 Lavender, Tom '67 75, 205 Lavin, Lynne '66 55, 66, 78, 84, Lavin, Pafrick '68 78, 216 Law, Mike '67 7, 66, 205, 209 Law, Tom '68 216 Lawler, Barbara '69 Lawler, Keiih '68 216 Lawler, Kim '66 155, 179 Lawrence, Barb '66 179 Lawrence, Brenda '67 205 Lawrence, Edward '69 230 Lay, John '69 112, 230 Lay, Judy 'se 179 Layman, Ruih '69 79, 135 230 Lazzara, Lucille '68 216 Leary, Peggy '69 230 LeBreux, Barb '67 Lederer, Avis '68 216 Lederer, Hope '68 Lee, Carol '68 Lee, Jim '67 205 Legorrela, Bob '67 Leggrela, Jack '69 94, 107 Legorrefa, Rick '67 205 Lehman, Keifh '67 205 Leonefii, Connie '66 83, 179 Leonefii, Rob '69 94, 230 Leizfer, Doroihy '68 216 Leuze, Ricky '69 79 Leveille, Rosemary '66 51, 58, Lewis, Connie '66 179 Lewis, John '67 205 Lewis, Ken? '68 111 Lewis, Michael '69 Licka, Emil '68 216 Lidicker, Chips '67 114, 205 Lidsier, Bob '68 Liebich, Janel '66 179 Liebich, Reinhold '69 Liebfag, Craig '69 230 179 179, 246 Liehr, Shari '67 205 Lieiz, Ginger '68 66 Lima, John '67 96, 98, 205 Lindblad, Harold '69 230 Linabiefn, Claire '56 ea, ss, 179 Lindell, Donna '68 216 Lindell, Joanne '68 78, 216 Lindell, Karen '69 230 Lindeman, Glenn '69 230 Lindholm, Leif '68 96, 98, 99, 21 6 Lindley, Rob '67 16, 60, 142, 192, 205 Lindsey, Mr. 31, 204 Lindsey, Paul '67 105, 205 Lindsey, Ron '66 40, 68, 179 Lindslrand, Dennis '67 205 Lipke, seiey 'as 3, 67, Isa, 179 Lipke, Miss 16, 40 Liska, Mr. Lisner, Chuck '66 179 Lisner, Ernesline '66 179 Lisner, Mark '69 Lislwan, Frank '69 230 Lillle, Don '68 216 Liille, Roger '68 216 Livingslon, Jim '67 92, 205 Livingslon, Mr. 24 Livingsion, Mr. 24 Llanuza, Sandy '68 216 Lofgren, Dick '67 64, 69, 205 Lofgren, Linda '67 Logan, Daryl '66 57, 63, 179 Logan, Marilyn '69 Long, Dave '69 230 Longmire, Calhy '69 69, 230 Lofeslo, George '67 205 Lofesfo, Larry '66 179 Lovin, Mn. 12, 41, 89 Low, Shelley '69 79 Lowden, Barb '67 67, 205 Lowe, Jay '68 216 Lowe, Kay '67 78, 205 Lowe, Rose '69 230 Lowe, sue 'ss 180 Lowry, Warren '66 75, 180 Loyd, Brenda '68 216 Luciano, Dominic '67 205 Luciano, Joe '69 230 Luckenbill, Mrs. 31 Luckow, Linda '69 230 Luczak, Paul '67 62, 69, 81, 205, Ludwig, Angie '66 180 Ludwig, Sue '69 230 Lupo, Joe '68 216 Lykken, Keilh '69 230 Lykken, Ken '67 96, 97 Lyle, Jim '59 Lynch, Mike '66 Lylle, Gary '67 205 M McAndless, Jan '66 49, 180 McAndless, Rick '68 66, 93, 217 McCafhren, Barbara '66 78, 180 McClendon, Linda '68 217 McClory, Don '67 205 McClure, Bob '69 4, 116,230 McClure, Bruce '67 69, 127, 205 245 McClure, Dennis '68 69, 111, 127, 217 McComb, Mrs. 45 McCrea, Terry '66, 180 McCullough, Miss Meoeniel, Bill '69 94, 107, 230 McDaniel, George '66 10, 180 McDaniel, James '68 217 McDaniel, Lawson '66 180 McDaniel, Mary '67 59, 78, 80, McDaniel, Terry '67 205 McDaniel, Theodore '68 217 .McDaniels, Louise '69 66, 230 McDarrah, Mike '67 205 McDonald, Par '66 49, 65 133, 1 McDonald, Richard '69 230 McDonald, Teresa '67 205 McDonell, Peg '67 205 McDonnell, Tom '69 230 Meoeweli, Dennis 'Aa 73, 217 McDowell, Jeri '69 230 McFadden, Alice '66 180 McFarland, Molly '69 230 McFarlin, Julie '67 205 McGown, Doug '69 81, 94, 107, McHa1e, Diane '69 230 McHale, Marianne '66 49, 180 McKee, Henry '66 180 McKenna, Gary '68 217 McLean, Doug '69 112, 230 McLelland, Margarel' '66 180 McLuckie, Judy '67 69, 77, 205 McManis, Ed '68 93, 217 McManus, Kafhy '67 McManus, Pa1230 McNair, Jerry '69 69 107, 230 McNamara, John '68 217 McNee1y, Mike '69 230 ' McPherson, Dick '69 230 McPherson, Leah '67 205 McRae, Howard '69 McShane, Bill '67 205 McShane, Joe '68 111,217 McShane, Pai '67 205 83, 205 80 230 McShane, Sharon '69 230 MacDonald, Craig '69 94, 230 MacDonald, Wendy '66 135, 180 Macek, Larry '69 230 Macek, Mike '68 216 Mackay, Lynn '68 67, 78, 216 Macrae, Chrisiine '69 230 Madden, Terry '68 216 Maeda, Laura '69 230 Mahan, Tim '68 III Mahlberg, Nancy '69 83, 230 Mahoney, Lorraine '69 230 Mahoney, Pai '67 Maior, Frank '67 205 Makal, Diana '66 19, 71, 83, 188 Malak, Barb '69 230 Malen, Diane '66 Malinowski, Ann '68 216 Malloy, Lynn '68 216 Ma1m,Ar1'68 49,77, 81,93 111,216 Malm, Barb '66 Malson, Bill '69 94, 112, 230 Malson, Joyce '66 Mancini, Corinne '67 205 Mancini, Joe '69 230 Mancuso, Miss 39 Mander, Pal '68 216 Mangan, Palii '69 79, 230, 233 Mangsen, Cindy '68 78, 217 Manley, Pai '66 Manning, Dan '67 205 Manning, Keifh '67 205 Manning, Rick '69 230 Manning, Tom '66 181 Manoff, Paul '67 83, 127, 205 Marasa, Sue '66 53, 56, 181 Margerich, Steve '67 205 Marquardr, Sandy '67 205 Marlow, Mr. Marsden, Judy '67 69, 82, 205 Marshall, Frank '68 Marshall, Mary Jane '69 230 Marshall, Mrs. 44, 45 Mariens, Mr. 41 Mariin, Dan '67 205 Mariin, Debbie '67 205 Marlin, Ellen 'es so, al, iso, 151, 181, 202 Marlin, Laura '68 217 Marlin, Sieve '67 Marfinez, Caroline '66 181 Mariinez, Joe '67 127, 146, 147, 148, 205 Martinez, Roberr '69 230 Marfz, Debra '68 67, 217 Marz, Jim '69 107 Masciola, Rolene '67 Mason, Chuck '67 Mason, Helen '67 205 Ma1e'ouich, Diane '68 217 Maleling, Randy '68 100,217 Mafher, Nancy '66 53, 78, 181 Mairisciano, Belfy Ann '66 181 Maisinger, Doree '67 203, 205 Maison, Larry '67 205 Mailis, Arnold '66 181 Malzek, Paula '69 80, 230 Maurer, Rufhanna '68 69, 217 Maxon , Pele '68 217 May, Barb '68 May, Pam '68 49, 58, 217 May, Sieve '69 77, 181 May, Sue '69 49, 230 Malzacona, Vifa '68 217 Mazzuca, Carmen '68 217 Mazzulla, Gloria '66 181 Meals, Anne '69 230 Meals, Chris '66 182 Mech, Marva '69 69, 81 Mederos, Ron '69 230 Medina, Joyce '67 205 Medwi Meega Meeha Meek, ck, Alan '69 230 n, Janice '69 230 n, Peggy '68 217 John '69 230 Meeniemeyer, Alenn '69 230 Megard, George '66 69, 91, 182 Mehl, Susan '66 182 Meiley, Mrs. 41 Meincke, Bren? '66 Melkonian, Paul '66 182 Menich, Carol '68 217 Menich, Nancy '69 230 Menzel Menzel , Margie '69 230 Roland '68 217 Mercer: Billie 'sa 217 Mercer, Mike '69 230 Mercer, Rich '66 155, 182 Merlz, Jan '57 sa, 205 Mesner, Susan '68 217 Messen 170, ger, Jeff '66 15, 82, 84, 156, 160 182 Messenger, Pam '68 51 Messer, Ken '69 79, 230 M e11ev elis, Vicloria '68 217 Meyer, Bruce '66 182 Meyer, Craig '68 217 Meyer, Dale '67 205 Meyer, Joyce '68 217 Meyer Kurf '69 98, 230 Meyer: Mr. H. 33 Meyer, Mr. J. 29, 60 Meyer, Mrs. M. Mica, Linda '69 230 Michael, Ross '68 217 Michal, Waunifa '69 230 Michel, Tim '66 69, 91, 155, 182 Michelek, Ed '68 217 Michalek, Frances '66 182, 205 Michalek, Ralph '66 MlCl'1a1elt, Rita '69 230 Michels, Ben '67 73, 75, 205 Michels, Linda '69 Middleton, John '68 83 Mikesh, Miksan, Mikulsk Milam, Mr. Paul '69 112, 230 i, Aroith '68 217 Chuck '68 217 Miles, Vivian '66 I82 Miller, Miller, Deo '68 78, 217 Jane '68 49, 83, 85, 60 Miller, Janice '69 230 Miller, John '66 Miller, Keith '68 69, 142, 143, 146, 148 149, 217 Miller, Lee '68 73,217 Miller, Lynn '68 78, 217 Miller, Sandi '68 Millett, Andy '68 217 Millinder, Fernie '68 217 Millinder, Pansey '68 217 Mills, Nancy '68 217 Mills, Steve '69 230 Minster, Scott '69 94, 230 Mintern, Sue '66 83, 155, 182 Mitchell, Colleen '67 205 Mitchell, Judy '68 49, 58, 217 Mitchell, Mr. 35 Mittman, Dan '69 230 Mocko, Ken '68 217 Moeller, Diana '67 53, 205 Moeller, Donna '69 230 Moerke, Wayne '68 98, 127, 217 Molinelli, David '69 230 Monaghan, Ton '66 75, 182 Monicini, Joe 116 Monda, Mondo. Dave '66 145, IB2 Pat '68 Mons, Rick '66 144, 50, 68, 78, 182, 251 c Monte Monti, nnos, Harold 66 182 Henry '66 82, 182 Moon, Carolyn '67 205 Moon, Tom '67 205 Moore, Moore, Moore, Bruce '68 83, 111,217 Denise '69 229 Dennis '69 81, 229 Moore, Jan '67 131,205 Moore, Jim '66 63, 66, 75, I82 Moore, Margaret '68 217 Moore, Pat '68 80, 82, 217, 106 Moore Steve '67 205 Moran, Tim '67 205 Morgan, Andrew '68 217 Morgan, Charles '68 217 Morgan, Robert '69 229, 230 Morley, Morris, Morris, Morris, Pam '67 205 Mike '68 93, 217, 106 Mr. 83, 91 Tom '69 94, 112, 229 Morrison, Janie '67 60, 78, 205 Morrison, Kathy '66 Morrison, Linda '69 229 Morriso Morriso n, Robert '66 n, Stan '67 205, 209 Morrissey, Michael '67 205 Mortimer, Bob '68 217 Morton, Doug '67 78, 205 Mortz, Russ '66 182 Moss, Mike '66 75, 183 Moss, Mrs. Mott, Bob '66 57, 96, 183 Mott, Tom '67 75 Mraz, Jim '69 94, 229 Mueller, Hank '69 94,229 Mueller, Linda '68 49, 66, 217 Muled Muled Mulha Mulha Mulho y, Eileen '69 229 y, Tim '67 205 ll, Peggy '67 206 ll, Terry '66 lland, Mary '67 206 Null, Bob '69 229 Mull, Dave '68 217 Mull, Pat '67 206 Mull, R Muller, Mundt, alph '66 Mike '68 217 Paul '68 74, 217 Munizzr, Mary-Lynn '68 49, 217 Munson Munson , Guy '69 229 John '67 206 Murphy: John 'As 217 Murphy , Linda '69 229 Murphy, Steve '69 Muscarello, Margaret '68 67,218 Musching, Ed '68 218 Musching '69 79, 229 Musil, Barb '68 Muzal, Marilyn '67, 206 Myers, Bruce '68 Myers, Cheryl '66 183 Myers, Penny '69 229 N Nafziger, Mr. 36 Naderski, Bob '67 Napodano, Kenneth '68 Napodano, Mary '67 206 Nappi, Andy '69 223, 98, 229 Narozny, Carol '67 206 Naso, Frank '69 229 Nealis, Neal '69 94, 112,229 Nebergall, Roger '68 83 Neely, Dan '67 206 Neff, Frank 'sa 127, 218 Neill, Cindy '67 78, 206 Neinast, Lynda '67 81, 206 Neitzke, Diane '68 218 Neitzke, John '66 57, 128, 183 Nelms, Crystal '69 67, 229 Nelson, Dale '69 229 Nelson, Glen '66 183 Nelson, Janice '66 77, 183 Nelson, John '66 183 Nelson, Sherri '69 229 Nesler, Gary '69 94, 112, 229 Nesler, Ron '66 110, 183 Nesler, Sue '67 206 Ness, Donna '66, 7, 63, 155, 183 Ness, William '69 112 229 Neuert Terr '68 218 106 . 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Neumann, Jim '69 229 Newcomb, Doug '67 206 Newkirk, Bonnie '67 77, 206 Newlan Newma Newma der, John '69 229 n, Judy '67 67, 206 n, Gloria '69 51, 229 Newton, Debbie '67 58, 67, 206 Nicklas Nicolai ,Jacqueline '68 218 des, Liz.'67 206 Nielson, Glen '69 229 Nielsen, Jacquelyn '66 184 Nielsen, Janice '68 218 Nieman, Linda '68 218 Niess, Steve '68 Nilsen, Karl '66 77, 91, 184 Nilsen, Thor '67 206 Nilsen, Vickie '69 229 Nixon, Bonnie '69 229 Nixon, Janet '66 184 Nixon, Mrs. '45 Noga, Patricia '67 206 Nolan C1ift'67 64 76 Padron, Ralph '67 206 Paeth, Terry '67 206 Page, Debbie '68 66, 218 Pahr, Helen '68 Paige, Linda '66 185' Palincsar, Jim '68 218, 106 Panzer, Al '67 Panveno, Brad '68 218 Panveno, Bruce '67 Parker, Holly '68 135, 218 Parks, Cynthia '69 229 Parrish, Diane '69 49, 229 Parvin, Annalee '68 218 Parzatka, Jack '69 230 Paslaski, Mr. 37 Patterson, Betsy '69 66, 79, 230 Patterson, Sheila '67 206 Paulin, Gartrelle, '69 230 Pauling, Ginny '69 230 Pauliak, Martin '69 230 Pawley, Don '68 49, 218 Payton, Dean '68 218 Pedersen, Mike '69 107, 230 Pedersen, Tim '67 92, 105, 206 Pederson, Barb '69 67, 79, 230 Peglow, Ken '66 76, 185 Pekny, Jim '69 98, 112 Pekny, John '69 98, 112, 230' Pelger, Nancy '68 218 Pellegrino, Mrs. 31 Pennington, Bob '66 60, 66, 77, 164, 185, 195 Pentino, Frances '69 Perkins, Mark '67 83, 206 Perry, Anita '66 185 Pryor, Jim '69 94, 230 Pszotka, Joe '68 219 Puhhum, Judy '69 230 Pulchinski, Karen '68 219 Pulice, Dom '67 64, 105,206 Punser, Albert '67 206 Punser, Anita '69 230 Purkey, Robin '69 230 Pyieroen, Kathie '68 219 Pytz, Lidia '69 229 Pytz, Sonia '68 219 Q Sualkenbush, Roberta '69 230 uane, Dan '66 Ouattlander, Mary '68 69, 219 R Racina, Marv '68 219 Racine, William '69 Rader, Ed '67 206 Radic, Karen '68 219 Radic, Tom '66 186 Radtke, Gae '66 186 Radtke, Rae '66 186 Radtke, Rita '66 186 Radvillas, Linda '66 49, 186 Ratttery, Linda '68 83, 219, 10 Ragina, Carole '68 219 Ragona, Vonnie '68 Raitamo, Jackie '68 . . . 205 Noldan, Nanc '69 229 Nordbrock, Glenn '66 75, 184 Nordbrock, Linda '69 229 Nordlot, Harriet '69 229 Norman, Bill '68 93,218 Norten, Larry '67 Norton, Lynn '68 59,218 Noser, Tom '67 206 Notley, Gayle '66 78 184 Novak, Debby '69 229 Novak, Diane '67 206 Novak, Kathy '68 218 Novak, Ray '66 57, 77, 90, 91, 95, 184 Novy, Steve '68 218 Nuesser, Fred '66 50 184 Nute, Graig '69 229 Nuti, Irene '69 229 Nyman, Joy '67 18, 50, 51, 53, 206 O Oakes, Gail '67 206 Oakes, Steve '67 206 Oberhart, George '68 218 Oberhart, Mary '69 229 O'Brien, Mr. 83 O'Brien, Pat '69 229 Obucina, Joe '67 105, 206 O'Connell, Roger '66 77, 117, 145, 184 O'Conne1l, Vicki '67 206 O'Connor, Denise '69 229 O'Connor, Michael '69 79, 229 O'Donne11, Cathy '69 66, 229 Oehler, Mary '66 49 184 Oehler, Pete '67 92, 110, 206 O'Hara, Colleen '69 69, 79, 229 Ohswaldt, Chuck '67 206 Ohswaldt, Nancy '67 Oia, Tom '66 175, 184 O'Kane, Kathy '67 206 O'Kane, Mary '68 218 O'Kane, Pat '66 3, 77, 184 Okon, Steve '68 218 Oldenburg, Sandy '66 Olmsted, Bob '68 83, 218 Olmsted, Kathy '69 229 Person, David '68 66, 218 Perso, M ike '66 75, 185 Person, Randy '66 185 Person, Rick '69 94, 230 Pestien, Richard '69 67, 230 Peters, Bob '69 230 Peters, Neal '67 206 Peters, Sandy '68 218 Petersen, Kris '69 230 Petersen, Linda '69 230 Peterson, Barb '69 230 Peterson, Bill '67 206 Peterson, Bob '66 63, 185 Peterson, Carol '68 218 Peterson, Dennis '69 Peterson, Gail '69 230 Peterson, Grace '69 230, Peterson, Judy '67 49, 206 Peterson, Ken '67 Peterson, Jack '69 Peterson, Ron '66 185 Pettigrew, Leslie '68 69, 21B Peyton, Terry '67 80 Pflaumer, Rosann '66 185 Ptrommer, Barb '67 206 Phelps, Steve '69 Phillips, Sara '68 218 Picco, Don '69 230 Picco, M ary '69 230 Pickett, Gary '67 206 Piel, Dale '69 230 Piel, Steve '69 230 Pieniazek, Karen '69 230 Pieniazek, Larr '69 230 Pierce, John '69 223, 230 Rakosnik, Caroline '68 219 Ramus, Vic '67 206 Randles, Jack '66 3, 66, 158, 186 Randles, Jerry '69 230 Randils, Sharin, '67 206 Rardin, Karen '68 219 Rardin, Kathy '66 49, 59, 146, 147 Rauskin, Paul '66 57, 77, 186 Ray, Jerry '69 230 Radding, Barry '67 206 Redig, Peg '66 58, 186 Redig, Joan '69 230 Reed, Bruce '68 219 Reed, Pam '66 186 Reeves, Greg '68 219 Regan, Jim '68 219 Regnier, Keith '68 219 Regnier, Mark '69 230 , Regnier, Scott '68 219 Rehfeldt, Steve '66 3, 158, 187 Rehmer, Maureen '67 206 Riechardt, Jim '66 200 Reichardt, Tom '68 219 Reid, George '68 Reid, Mary '67 206 Reit, Joanne '68 219 Reiger, Ed '69 68, 116, 230 Reiger, John '67 49, 77, 206 Reiland, Pollie '66 187 Reimann, Peter '69 94 Remmers, Gary '69 98, 230 Rendek, Jim '69 230 Repcynski, Kathy '67 55, 206 Repp, Ray '66 57, 114, 145, 187 Reynell, Robin '69 Olsen, Marty '67 31, 55, 200, 20 Olsen, Debbie '68 Olsen, Bob '68 218 Olson, Barb '67 49, 206 Olson, Cheryl '68 56, 218 Olson, Don '67 83, 206 Olson, Frank '67 206 Olson, Gail '68 218 Olson, John '66 91, 110, 185 Olson, Leslie '69 229 Olson, Paul '66 Olson, Rick '67 92, 206 O'Malley, Jackie '68 218 O'Malley, Kathy '68 218 O'Meara, Janie '66 58, 185 O'Neill, Mike '69 229 Opfer, Orland Gary '68 65, 81, 83, 218 o, Bruce '66 185 Orndorff, Jett '69 229 Orto, Jo '68 93, 218 Osborne, Jackie '66 130 Osborne, Tom '69 185, 235 Ostermann, Dennis '69 82, 229 Ostrand, Bill '69 69 Oglgwski, Lynn '66 63, 130, 154, 185, Orr, Linda '68 218 Otto, Ron '69 229 Owensby, Kay '67 70, 206 Oxley, Oynes, P Mr. 37 Carol '67 133, 206 Padalik, Miles '68 218 6, 243 Pierce, Linda '66 185 P.ieritz, Donna '67 206 Pieritz, Steve '69 230 Pinckney, Blake '69 230 Pine, Bob '66, 185 Pinns, Doug '67 206 Piontkowski, Lois '66 63, 77, 185 Piper, Suzanne '68 69, 218 Pittman, Laverne '69 230 Piver, Mike '68 218 Plass, Bette '66 186 Plautz, Bob '66 75, 186 Pletlcha, Douglas '67 206 Ploegman, Peter '69 230 Plonka, Sharon '66 17, 186 Podolak, D.ick '69 Polasik, Stan '69 94, 230 Polka, Laurie '68 58, 66, 219 Pollack, Chuck '66 Pollack, Frank '68 219 Polloway, Sue '67 27, 206 Pommier, Ron '66 186 Pontrelli, Linda '69 230 Pool, Ron '67 Poole, Mike '66 86 Poole, Tom '67 73, 206 Poor, Orville '67 206 Poris, Valerie '69 230 Porter, Dave '68 219, 106 Porter, Larry '69 73, 230 Postlewaite, Jim '66 65, 77 Postlewaite, Robert '69 186, 230 Powell, Mr. 41 Powers, Mike '69 94, 107, 225, 230 Pray, Wendy '67 206 Predl, Debbie '68 80, 219 Prekaiac, Karolin '68 219 Prekaiac, Stephanie '67 206 Prescott, Barb '69 230 Prete, Angelo '68 Price, Greg '67 200, 206 Prignano, George '67 206 Prindiville, Barry '67 206 Printy, Bill '69 94, 95, 230 Pritchett, Melissa '67 51, 82, 206 Proudtoot, Tom '68 Prucha, Jill '67 206 Pryor, Bob '66 91, 109, 186 Reynell, Roger '67 92, 108, 109, 206 Reynolds, Ed '69 230 Reynolds, Roger '69 230 Reynolds, Roy '66 187 Reynolds, Sue '68'219 Rhodes, Donna '69 230 Richards, David '69 6, 230 Richardson, Bob '67 Richardson, Bruce '66 187 Richardson, Carolyn '69 227, 230 Richardson, Inez '69 233, 10 Richardson, Laurel '67 81, 82, 206 Rocii, John '69 233 Richter, Scott '69 233 Ridener, Penni '66 187 Rider, Mr. 250 Riedel, Philip '68 219 Ries, Doug '69 94, 107, 233 Ries, Ken '68 219 Ring, Robert '69 233 Risko, Steve '68 219 Rist, Darrell '66 54, 66, 126, 187 Ritter, Mr. 31 Rirtmueller, Marcia '69 67, 185, 233 Ritzler, Holly '69 66, 233 Rizzo, Brenda '67 206 Rizzo, Frank '69 233 Roath, Linda '69 79, 233 Roath, Valeri '68 Robbins, Brenda '69 233 Robbiey, Bryce '67 206 Roberts, Jim '66 77, 100, 102, 187 Roberts, Keith 67 206 Roberts, Pat '68 219 Robertson, Candy '66 Robertson, Lynn '68 212, 219 Robinson, Dave '68 49, 69 Robinson, Jett '69 233 Robertson, Joy '69 69, 233 Roegner, Bob '69 233 Roegner, Lois '66 187 Rogers, Dave '68 219 Rogers, Mrs. 27 Rogers, Pat '69 79, 233 Rogers, Sue '69 233 Rohlting, Diane '67 206 Rohr, Bruce '67 206 Rohr, Jeff '68 219 Romain, Roy '68 93, 219 T 1 Romano, Karen '68 219 Romano, Lola '66 187 Romano, Tom '67 206 Rominger, Debbie '66 61, 63, 80, 81, 82, 83, 187 Rominger, Linda '69 233 Rook, Linel '67 206 Roper, Judy '67 206 Rosanoua, Armida '69 Rose, Dolores '69 79, 233 Rose, Linda '67 207 Rose, Mary '67 207 Rose, Vicky '68 219 Rosenow, Jim '69 231 Rosenlhal, Carla '67 61, 207 Roski, Rhoda '67 207 Rossow, Miss 45 Rolh, Pam '69 Rollmann, Carol '69 231 Rouner, John '69 231 Rouger, Bob 116 Rouse, John '66 188 Roul, Alison '67 207 Rubel, Pam '68 219 Rubins, John '69 94, 233 Ruggiero, John '69 231 Ruhnow, Loran '69 116, 233 Ruisard, Mrs. 29, 53 Ruiz, A1 '66 188 Ruiz, Linda '67 207 Rumpel, Cindy '69 Rupp, Robin '66 188 Russell, Bill '67 207 Russell, Dave '69 231 Russell, Don '67 60, 207 Russell, Lynn '69 80, 233 Ruller, John '66 75, 188 Ryan, Marilyn '66 188 Ryan, Mr. 41 Rybaczyk, Dololhy '66 188 Scholfield, Mrs. 11, 43 Schgaader, Alec '66 51, 53, 164, 77, 91, Schrader, Mike '68 Schreiber, Bob '67 92, 207 Schroeder, Bob '67 I27, 207 Schroeder, Jan '67 207 Schroeder, Mrs. 31 Schroeder, Sharyn '67 59, 70, 207 Schroeder, Yvonne '68 69, 78, 220 Schuelle eyns 67207 . 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