Goodrich High School - Cardinal Yearbook (Fond Du Lac, WI)
- Class of 1969
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L. P. Goodrich High School
Fond du Lac, Wisconsin
Each day has an identity of its own. With the realization
that this day differs from days past and future comes an
appreciation of what the day offers
Seize The Day
. . . its riches, its challenges. . . for today's possibilities are
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Senior Directoiy. . . . 224
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challenges, responsibilities, and demands of classes.
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a purpose and a direction
but, the determination must be found within ourselves.
teachers help us to develop our
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A time to be alone, a time to think is necessary each day
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Individuals with common interests may merge to form groups
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. . . not only to focus on himself, but on others
and their interests as well.
We, as one, gather in the classroom
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and expanding capabilities,
to achieve our common goal - ability
Assemblies provide interesting breaks in school life with
try to fool the students lyceums . . . to Srs. v. Jrs. pep confusion.
Guests reach students through humor and folk
. . . while fellow teenagers entertain students with their "fire-upw skits
Our everyday school experiences help to mold us.
. . . working in student councilg open house,
. . . ilve min. breaksg time to gather books,
As each school day comes and goes, we
learn more about helping, sharing, and
living with others through . . .
Helping out in the library, . . . Working controls for Little Theatre.
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we can step back and feel a satisfaction and pride.
The results relieve the monotony of the long weeks before vacations
and provide us with an impetus to continue.
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Anxiou Students Converge
As School Year Takes Shape V .
ABOVE: Meeting in a convenient spot, Sandy Christensen, Peggy Lehner,
and Nancy Kubelt discuss the weekend plans before heading for home.
RIGHT: Sophomore Pam Beckman knows she must have her geometry and
biology assign ments ready on time. 3
LEFT: World Understanding Club members gather
to discuss projects. BELOW: One Goodrich couple
walks in the 140 hall before class, maybe making
plans for a movie or a dance.
Hi-E ye editor-in-chief John Wollner gives sports
editor Pete Julka a few pointers on laying outa page
for the jirst issue.
First D Give Student
TOP: During the noon hour the second floor "radiator gang" meets just to talk and goof
around. Shown here are Dick Majewski, Don Blattner, Mike Tebo, Jeff Cowles, Dave
Domenget, and Mick Fuhrman. ABOVE: Jim Kuter and Jim Lefeber cover for Don
Kloetzke who is "illegally" being a part of the Pepsi-generation during hours. LEFT'
Two of the "B" Boys meet at the "senior wall'i Brian Rickli and Steve Klotz wait for
the rest of the gang to arrive.
A Chance T 0 Meet Friend
h TOP: Three lettermen, Greg Kramer, Doug Mohr, and Joe Klinzing, serve the club by -hanging booster posters during the football
season. ABO VE: Students head for rollroom activities.
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Festivities of Homecoming were certainly "Moments To Remember."
With a thrilling all school pep assembly as a start, vivacious Cardinal spirit
soared high to the scoring of the last touchdown in our victorious
An amusing half-time show by the Goodrich bandsmen included a salute
to television commercials. The porn porn girls and twirlers, joining in, added
color and class to the event. After having been announced, Queen Julie
Graves and her court were escorted off the tield in the TWA Special
The shower of tloats down Main Street displayed originality and
creativeness. All entries involved dedication and hard work of either groups
or individuals. Thus, homecoming parade could only be described as a credit
to Goodrich High.
Many students celebrated this successful day at the evening victory
dance. The moment of crowning King Jim Bond and Queen Julie Graves is
only one ofthe few cherished moments of Homecoming 1968.
Above far left: Queen Julie Graves enjoys the
spirit of the game. Seated along the sidelines,
she chats with Pete Pie before the action
begins. Above left: finishing touches are put
on the Spanish Club entnv prior to the parade.
Below jar left: A wish for the Sheboygan
North Golden Raiders. Left: Cindy Morgan 's
entry in the individual division won herafirsz
place. "The Early Bird Gets the Worm," she
Above: The "Elements of Sound" provided the entertainment for
the evening of 'Moments to Remember. " Above right: Dancing
and having a good lime was characteristic of the dance. Below
right: Jim and Julie lead off tlze dancing along with other court
Jim, Julie Reign
Gver 'Moment Remember,
Above: Court members stand patiently as King Jim Bond places the crown on the head of his queen, Julie Graves, Members
include Mary Hoyt and Steve Zimrnermang Cathy Diener and Gary Pelotq Dianne Burgess and Shannon Rileyg and, Shelly
Bunker and Joe Klinzing.
6Of Thee I Sing, Highlight
The Goodrich Choirs Talent
The Goodrich choirs combine all their brains, talents and
spare time to produce one of the more famous, as well as
complicated, love stories in the history of mankind, "Of Thee
I Sing." Running for the presidency on a four lettered
platform, love, touches upon every voters heart and it seems a
cinch to win. This, however, proves not so easy when the
rightful winner of a beauty contest is sidetracked from
becoming the president's future wife. President Wintergreen
finds himself in trouble when the winner of the beauty contest
turns out to be of French descent and France demandsjustice.
But all is well that ends well and everyone knows the
vice-president is second in the chain of authority so therefore
he is the one to whom the French mistress is wed.
ABO VE: Among the decisive groups in the musical
was the United States Senate whom were dul
responsible for the preservation of the memory of
Paul Revere's horse, Geney. RIGHT: The other
group which had an important say in the turnout of
events were those distinguished members of the
BELOW: The honorable French Ambassador stands
Frm in defense ofthe injustice! that has been done to
divert the French mistress from becoming the future
wife ofthe president. BOTTOM: Representing the
elegance and dignity of France 's customs are tlze
French soldiers who escort the French Ambassador.
ABO VE: Before the performance can get under way there are
certain final tasks that must be accomplished, one of which is
to master the art of make up. LEFT: Another ingredient in the
production of any kind of play or musical is a person 's ability
to know wlzat's going on in the peak of any amount of
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One of the more memorable sights was John FI Kennedy 's
grave site in Arlington cemetery. ABO VE: Ted Kuhnz and
Steve Van Vleet rest after a hectic weekend in Washing-
ton, D. C. RIGHT' Goodrich High School Parade Band,
representing Wisconsin, marches past the reviewing stand.
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Goodrich Honored For 2nd
Time in Inaugural arade
Monday, January 20, 1969 was a proud day for
the Goodrich High School band and director Mr.
Moely, Stepping smartly to the strains of "On Wis-
consin" the band led by drum majorette, Deb
Kiehnau nobly represented the state of Wisconsin. A
sharp cadence, written by Dave Anderson alternated
with the playing of the state song.
As the 125 bandsmen prepared for the coast to
coast performance, the tension and pressure showed.
Mr. Moely, the only veteran from 'S1965', wanted
everything to the peak of perfection, a desire ful-
filled. The band's weekend in Washington was actu-
ally far more pleasure than worry. The group spent
limited time with Congressman Steiger and then went
on to observe America's greatest historical sights.
The Los Bandito's concert and the sale of band
booster buttons helped pay the way to Washington,
D. C. The rest of the needed 518,000 came from
This inaugural event of '61969" will be cherished
by these representatives as long as they live to tell
LEFT: Congressman Steiger, representative for the 6th
district, talks to band members about the Capitol.
ABOVE: Brian Felda looks at our state flag in the
ABOVE: Junior chss secretary Cheri Royea tells
Santa the Christmas wishes of her chss. Waiting for
their turns are Paula Wettstein and Sue Pinnow.
BELOW RIGHT: Howie Deanovich was just one of
many students "caught" in the holiday spirit.
ake Annual ppearance
A decorating contest, a candy sale, an assembly - each was one part of the
many things which preceded Christmas.
Christmas is a season of two moods A a gay, happy mood and a time for
reflecting and thinking. Both were apparent at Goodrich.
The festive spirits arrived with the first sign of winter, snow. And the snow
sure did come. Decorating came next. Inventive students thought of
better-than-ever ideas. Mr. Smith's homeroom turned their hall into a giant
fireplace with all their stockings hung in a row. A santa's workshop with all
the trimmings used to be Mrs. Radtke's room. Their idea took first place.
Others portrayed in cut-out figures the Nativity, a scene outside a workshop,
and Christmas trees.
In an assembly held December 20, Santa heard wishes from class
secretaries and presented the prizes to the winners in the Domestic Exchange
candy sale, Betty Kelly, Greg Schaefer, and Mary Klake.
Perhaps the most inspiring moments of the ceremony came when the A
Cappella Choir sang selections from their Christmas album, including Handels
"Hallelujah Chorus" from The Messiah. MC Jim Bond introduced the group,
whose album We Wish You A Merry Christmas, brought more meaning into
this holiday season.
LEFT: Santa, Kevin Smith, is being
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reindeer. RIGHT: Two junior girls are
putting the jinishing touches on their
homeroom 's entry in the decorating con-
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Paula Matthew, Shelly Mathos, and Debbie
McCarty "love" their giraffe 'cause he helped them
win the decorating contest.
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ABOVE: Chris Parow, our AFS student from West
Germany, studies extra hard in Algebra II. LEFT:
Anne La Borde displays one of lzer many souvenirs
from her stay in India. BELOW: Einar Erichson,
visiting our school from Norway, eagerly participates
in an English class discussion.
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' alk Together Talk Together
All Ye Peoples of the World'
1968 spelled a big year for Goodrich in exchange
programs. The American Field Service selections be-
gan in early October, resulting in two of our students,
Anne LaBorde and Julie Graves, being sent abroad for
the summer. Anne stayed in Calcutta, lndia, and Julie
lived in San Jose, Costa Rica. Since A.F.S. believes in
promoting understanding through the family experi-
ence, each girl became an ordinary member of her
family and lived the life of a teenager as it was in each
respective country. These experiences overseas have
proven to be beneiicial both for the community and
September found Fondy opening its doors to two
foreign students also, the A.F.S. student Einar
Erichsen from Honefoss, Norway, and Chris Parow
from Hamburg, Germany, who is here with the Youth
for Understanding Teenage Exchange Program, a
church related program. The boys also lived a family
situation and were initiated into our American way of
life. We hope that when it is time for them to return
home, Einar and Chris will have many pleasant
memories and thoughts of Ol, Fondy High,just as we
will of them.
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ABO VE: After spending her summer months in South America Julie
Graves Ends it hard to get back to school work.
6The Solid Gold
"A delightful comedy, a fine satire, an all-around family show." All
this and more can be said of the 1969 All School Play, The Solid Gold
Cadillac. In this Broadway hit, spoofs on big business, politics, and
television had the audiences in mirthful chuckle of rousing laughter
throughout most of the production. Set in the form ofa fairy tale, the
play pitted the honesty of Cinderella against the corruption of the Four
Ugly Directors for control of General Products, Inc.
Playing the role of Cinderella 4 Laura Partridge was Nancy Louis
who did an excellent job in characterizing the eccentric actress. Dan
Mauthe, Ed McKeever, played opposite Nancy as the Prince Charming
who saved the day and the money. The Ugly Directors, Paul Lane, Craig
Kaemmer, Mike Mann, Orin Mueller, did their corrupt best to thwart
Laura and Ed. The role of Miss Shotgrave, Brita Reque, added the love
interest, while Miss L,Arriere, Cathy Griffin, was a great satire on
RIGHT: Mr. McKeever gives a state-
ment to the press concerning his ab-
rupt departure from Washington, D.
C, and with a mysterious woman.
LEFT: Dan Mauthe as Mr. McKeever
recites a speech to Mrs. Partridge
from his old school days.
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ABOVE: Nancy Louis, a one-time actress and
model, greets Craig Kaemrner as a new stock holder
in General Products. Orin Mueller, Mike Mann, and
Paul Lane little suspect the trouble she will cause
ABOVE: Cathy Griffin models an advertisement as Paul Lane gives his approval. Craig
Kaemmer, in the background, saws down a leg for a chair on his electric drill.
ABOVE: Gary Sharpe, Kris Diener, and Julia Becker give the daily 5
0 'clock news report.
ABOVE: School-spirit students respond to the cheerleaders during
an afternoon assembly before a big basketball game that night,
RIGHT: Junior girls, Doreen Evans, Cheri Royea, Julie Vodgs, Lisa
Reque, Yvonne Strelow, Karen Hayden, Luule Late, and Kathy
Kenyon, put on a short skit wlzere Fondy triumphs over the
opposing team. BELOW: Gary Kastorff places ESP cards as Mrs.
Saxon tells him the symbols that appear.
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Assemblies Add to Student Life
This year, we have had a variety of assemblies,
ranging from lycums to pep assemblies, and
including award assemblies.
Some were interesting, some entertaining, and
some were educational.. The majority of them
were considered worthwhile.
The assemblies included a great variety of
programs. Some tried to promote school spirit.
One was an act that supposedly demonstrated
ESP. Perhaps the most successful assembly was
the one that included the comedy and singing
duo. The team did pantomimesg then they asked
for ideas from the audience and enlarged them
into impromptu skits.
On the whole, this year's assemblies were
considered a success, for they provided a worth-
while part of student life at school.
ABOVE: Probably the best received lyceum was the one
combining folk singing and comedy skits. After performing
their rehearsed act, they asked for suggestions from the
audience on impromptu skits. ABO VE RIGHT: Mr. Stacy, Mr.
Nelson, Mr. Johnson, and Mr. Gores prepare to hand out
awards in track and football. RIGHT: Tlze pep band and
cheerleaders combine to lzelp promote school spirit during a
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for happy ever aftering
than here in Camelot?
As a new idea this year, yellow and pink signs
were hung from lockers advertising the annual
The atmosphere of Camelot, this year's theme,
was set by the medevial-type decorations. Murals
of castles and the surrounding countryside, sheaths
hung from the walls, and a tiny castle transformed
students to the fifteenth century.
The theme this year was taken from the movie
Camelot, which had recently played here.
Students devoted their study halls and free
hours to painting and putting up decorations.
Adding to the scene was the music provided by
the Howard Fisher Orchestra.
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music provided by the Howard Fisher Orchestra. RIGHT: Terry Sullivan and 'ipq i ,
Shelly Bunker spend their "free" hours preparing decorations for winter formal. ff-is
set in "the land of Camelotl'
TOP: Lynn Tonjes and Dick Majewski dance through "the land of
Camelot". ABOVE: Lee Geiger assists his "fair maiden", Judy Dyer, with
her coat following the dance. LEFT' Diane Korell and Joe Longo dance in
the atmosphere of Camelot.
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Administration Sets Policy
Running a large school like Goodrich is no easy
task. To add to the normal problems, Principal
James Nelson and his assistants Kurt Thiel and
Elwood Bilse had several other touchy situations
to deal with.
One controversial policy which was set this year
was in regard to student dress. Pant-dresses or
culottes which resemble Hbermuda shorts" were
outlawed. Several female students who arrived at 8
a.m. found themselves going home at 8:30 a.m.
The reason - pants-skirts which looked too much
like "bermuda shortsf' Others were sent home
because their t'minis" were too "mini" Skirts were
not to be more than three inches from the middle
of the knee.
Everyday problems and student discipline fell
into the hands of Mr. Bilse. A line of students Wait
to see him throughout the day. Programming
students was one of Mr. Thiel's many duties.
Trying to make sure that classes didnlt overlap and
that every student had the urightl' classes, Mr.
Thiel was always kept busy.
ABOVE: Mr. Kurt Thiel takes a phone call from the parent of a
student wishing to change a program. LEFT: Mr. Elwood Bilse also
receives a phone call. Mr. Bilse and Mr. Thiel are the two
MMM hard working assistants to the principal.
ABOVE.' Mr. James F. Nelson,
principal, and Mr. Thiel confer
about the dress code enforced at
Goodrich this year. LEFT: Mr.
Bilse looks forward to meeting stu-
dents and attempting to help them
with their classroom problems.
Counselor AdV1S6, D1rect
ABO VE: Accepting calls for absences is nothing new
to Miss Imogene Christiansen, she often "doodles"
while taking the messages. ABOVE RIGHT: Before
finishing up for the day, Mr. Jorgensen makes a final
check to make sure everything is in its place.
RIGHT: Miss Twohig advises Don Blattner on the
advantages of going to the Fond du Lac Branch
campus for two years.
Goodrichis Growing Population
The busiest place in school is the guidance office.
Students come and go whether to choose a college, change
a course, or just to talk about those grades. The line-up of
students to see Miss Christiansen or Mr. Hargrave never
ceases, and one can always see Mr. Henning, Mr. Jorgensen,
or Miss Twohig advising some students.
TOP: Mr. Alan Hargrave, head counselor, goes over a students application for
college to make sure that it is completely filled out. ABOVE: Miss Laura
Twohig checks a cumulative record for the grades and record of one of her
students. LEFT: Consulting a pamphlet for scholarship information, Mr.
Richard Jorgensen and Mr. Jerome Henning will be able to provide answers for
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FAR RIGHT.' Did you ever wonder what it was like to give a
speech? Well, here is one of Miss Rotters' speech classes to show
you just what it looks like when you get up in front. ABOVE
RIGHT' Both of Miss Thodes' 6 W classes had to do a project. Joe
Beck and Steve Casper chose to present a play. TOP: Mrs.
Radtke's "baby" this year has been a humanities program. Some
of her junior students were interested in Ending out all about it.
RIGHT: Mr. McKeon points out a passage in A TALE OF TWO
CITIES to a sophomore in class. ABOVE: Lynn Tonjes tries to
persuade her speech class to join Ski Club.
Variety of Acti ities
Term papers, speeches, book reports, and gram-
mar exercises are but a few of the many activities
included in the English curriculum. Beginning as a
sophomore, one becomes acquainted with the liter-
ature of many countries. ReadingA Tale of Two
Cities and Julius Caesar acquaints students with
what lies ahead in English. Juniors study American
authors such as Frost, Hawthorne, and Mitchell. As
seniors, students have a choice of classes. English
6W involves a survey of world literature. Cervantes,
Rostand, and Homer are among the authors stud-
ied. Seniors in 6C are deluged with proficiency
tests. English literature is studied in detail here.
Speech is another senior elective, although it does
not take the place of English.
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ABO VE: Anyone who has had Spanish I will always
remember Mrs. Kinzer 's famous hand gestures. She uses
them to signal sections of the class when she is teaching
the basic dialog sentences in each unit. BELOW: In
Spanish IV, Craig Kaemmer, Cathy GriHin, and Martha
Halter do much reading outside of their texts. Mrs.
Sager gives Martha some help in Ending an interesting
Learning A Language
The foreign language department at Goodrich is really
fabulous. The teachers, the students, the atmosphere itself
have all combined to make it one of the best programs in
the state. The teachers are all the type of teachers that
possess the needed quality of making learning a worthy
challenge. Patience and perserverance are probably the most
important qualities in learning as well as teaching a lan-
guage. But knowledge and hard Work are only part of the
atmosphere. Each language has a club which is quite active.
Spanish club has a traditional slave week. French club has
viewed French-spoken plays. Folk festivals, bake sales, and
floats are all a happy part of belonging to a language club.
Students have found that learning a language at Goodrich is
not only perserverance and study but also a stimulating,
ABOVE: Mr. Gerald Pollei and some of his German students take an
opportunity to develop listeningland speaking skills by using the third
floor language lab. Each foreign language class is scheduled to use the
lab at least once a week. Students usually listen to tapes or records.
LEFT: Mr. Pollei can listen to any student and may also correct him
during a tape by sitting at this teachers' station. BELOW LEFT.' Mrs.
Kinzer teaches her Hrst year Spanish students the endings for "ar"
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More student involvement was combined with
the use of more mechanical devices such as over-
head projectors and opaque projectors to stimulate
the math minded students this year.
Student involvement was evident this year in all
the math classes. Students went to the board to
explain the more difficult problems to their fellow
students, and sometimes teacher. Geometric
proofs, quadratic equations, hyperbolas, asymp-
toes, trigonometric identities and "-11800 were all
explained by thought provoked students.
Formulas, figures, graphs and equations to the
n-th degree kept math student's minds busy.
Sheets of scratch paper crammed with problems
rapidly covered the desk and wastebaskets of many
a student. But the challenge of finding the solution
kept him working and after racking his brains he
found that the solution was quite simple once he
made one revision-2+3:5, not 6.
FAR LEFT: Don Blattner explains a math problem to his
fellow Math students and Mr. Kott, LEFT: Mr. Boettcher
watches as some of his geometry students work on a part of
their assignment. BELOW LEFT: Pat Tennis watches approv-
ingly as a classmate correctly works out a problem. BELOW
RIGHT: Mr. Baechler helps one of his sophomores with a
difficult geometry problem.
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TOP RIGHT: Mr. Robert Johnson explains the method used in adding and subtracting vectors to his third hour physics'
class. Listening attentively is Gary Kastorff RIGHT: Physical science students use familiar instruments in performing V
experiments in Mr. Stetters' class. ABOVE: Four boys in one of Mr. Trelevens' chemistry chsses prepare for one of 'X
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For The First Time
observation and classification of facts. lt is a human
study, an intellectual activitywhose products include
facts, concepts, theories, and principles. These prod-
ucts change as new facts are discovered. New
equipment and new books have recently been pur-
chased by the science department in order to keep
up-to-date with the latest scientiric discoveries. The
science department teaches students to develop the
ability to seek new relationships and ideas from
known facts and concepts. Youths taking science
courses obtain a background of ordered knowledge,
develop an adequate vocabulary in science for effec-
tive communication, and develop understandings con-
cerning the dependence of our society upon scientific
and technological achievements and that science is a
basic part of modern living.
Biology, chemistry, physical science, physics,
biology seminar, and advanced chemistry are the
science courses offered at Goodrich. This is the first
year that advanced chemistry has been offered. This
course, taught by Mr. Treleven, is designed for the
advanced science student. The objective of advanced
chemistry is to extend the understanding of chemical
principles and investigate the methods used to deter-
mine properties of substances.
J oe Capicik
The student body and faculty of Goodrich were saddened
by the death of Mr. Joseph Capicik. For 23 years Mr. Capicik
was a respected science teacher and coach at Goodrich. He
was always devoted in his work, whether it was in helping a
student or coaching on the football field. During his 18 years
as head football coach, Mr. Capicik's objective was always to
win, and his teams were some of the best in Fond du Lac's
history. A dedicated educator, Mr. Capicik was an inspiration
to youth, and his loss is felt by all who knew him.
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York Stock Exchange. RIGHT: Miss Payne demonstrates the use of the mace
to her jifth hour world history class. ABOVE: Don Noe prepares to give a
report to his psychology class.
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Social Studies is a Held of learning involving the study of
people, their activities, and their customs in relationship to
others. The material covered in this branch of education is quite
diversified due to the fact that the world is constantly changing.
Yet many of the basic facts learned remain the same. A teacher
of United States history asked a student, "In what year did the
United States break away from Great Britain?"
"I knowj' says Bill eagerly, 'fin the year l776."
"Right you are!" exclaims Mr. Brandel. Later in the school
year an enthusiastic student replies, Slim sure glad World War l
ended in 1917. My hand is tired of taking notes and I am
running out of space."
Here at Goodrich, students are taught how our country was
formed, under what circumstances, and why these people acted
the way they did. This learning enables people to live among
other races in peace and understanding. This year a new course
was added to the Social Studies department. It is called Political
Science, and deals with different systems of government on a
national level. It also is a study of state and local governments in
the United States.
Homemaking Are Properly
Taught I Home Economi s
RIGHT: Karen Fischer finds it is best to consult a
cookbook before starting.
Home Economics is designed for girls particularly
interested in the clothing and food areas. In Clothing
emphasis is placed on clothing selection and con-
struction. Foods is a basic course of basic principles
and modern techniques used in the preparation of
food products. It also includes units of food buying,
food fads and fallacies.
Senior girls may take Housing and Home Furnish-
ings one semester and Child Development the second
semester. There is also Home Economics Survey for
Senior girls. This course is related with marriage,
motherhood and homemaking. Family Psychology is
offered to both boys and girls. It prepares seniors for
their future roles in marriage and as parents. Humani-
ties, also offered to Seniors, is a course of values. It is
structured on the Great Issues Plan and involves
man's search for knowledge, expression, identity,
truth, and beauty.
Therefore, Home Economics has a variety of
courses for all.
ABOVE: After learning the proper way to adorn a dinner table, Mary through Home Economics. BELOWRIGH T: Holly Reesrnan tries to cut
Klake adds the finishing touch with her floral arrangement. BELOW her club sandwich on toast, the proper way.
LEFT: Girls learn the proper way in which clothing is constructed
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chanics. RIGHT: The sophomore boys enjoy their first year of drafting if running,
at Fondy. They jind drafting to be interesting. FAR RIGHT: Doing a
nventive Students Take
Industrial Arts is one of the most popular electives
at Fondy. In past years we have added new facilities
and teachers to up date the techniques of Industrial
Arts. In our many different shop courses we teach
skills that will be helpful in the future and it does
improve the students who apply themselves. There
are also the students who take the course because
they are not interested in the other electives and end
up finding that it can be a vocational interest for
them. In addition to trades that are helpful in the
future, students make items that can be of use at the
present time in the home. They make furniture items
that would normally be high priced if bought. The
student also learns the fundamentals of engine
operation in our mechanics courses, and how to
diagnose some of the problems that could prevail in
their own cars. Industrial Arts can be a vocational
interest or hobby for all.
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the aid ofa drillpress. LEF T: A senior class Ends electronics
very in teresting.
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up with a new idea for class. Imagination seems to be zz key word to
success in art. Julie and Karen, as do most students, enjoy the oppor
tunity to take art.
rtists Activate, Imaginations
What kind of students elect art as one
of their subjects? Art students are creative
in thought and are able to turn their
thoughts into material masterpieces. Art
students have many types of materials
with which to make their masterpieces.
Under the guidance of Mr. Glenn Wege-
ner and Miss Verna Stillman, the junior
artists are able to conceive of ideas and
turn them into reality. The two mentors
are always available to give the pupils a
helping hand in their various projects.
Everything from sculptoring to oil
painting is done in the art rooms. In the
beginning art classes students learn the
basics of painting and drawing. From
there students may branch into several
other phases of artwork. Self-portraits or
water color paintings are among some of
the many activities. And, of course, all art
students are well acquainted with those
famous sketch books due each term.
Steph Cruckson is busy creating a water color painting.
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Stillman shows her students how to shade the various sketches of their own.
Excellent Music Merit
RIGHT: Mrs. Grine stops teaching so her orchestra students may look over
their music. BELOW: The Goodrich Choir puts in many hours of practice.
Continuous Practice '
"Tenors, I want a little more volume from your
section. Stop taking off with the rythm, sopranos, let
me do it!"
Mr. Alan Lemery ls preparing the choir for another
of its annual performance. Long hours of practice in
blending chords and enunciating words result in
excellent music fort assemblies, concerts, and the
district festival. I
Under the direction of Mrs. Geraldine Grine, the
Goodrich orchestra is continuously growing. Within a
very few years, the lorchestra will be one of Good-
rich's largest musical groups.
Choir groups such as Training Choir are
thoroughly enjoyed by sophomores. This class meets
two or three days a Week and trains the students
voices. Through courses such as these, students are
better qualified for A Cappella Choir and other
excellent Goodrich choral groups.
ABOVE: A Cappella Choir practices for their annual Christmas Concert. TOP: A
Cappella Choir, directed by Mr. Lemery, presents their excellent Christmas Concert.
ABOVE RIGHT: Senior boys sharpen up their basketball
skills in a friendly game. ABOVE LEFT: Miss Pierce's
sophomores practice one part of their routine for a floor
exercise. ABOVE: Sometimes even the faculty will get
out and play a game of volleyball with the students. Mr.
Jorgensen grimaces as he spikes the ball over to tlze
interscholastic girls' team.
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A stranger passing by is flattened to the
wall when, "Gooo youuu chicken fat
goo!!!" blares from the girls half of the
gymnasium. Upon closer investigation, he
finds a female army, clad in blue, march-
ing helter skelter about the room. Besides
this favorite form of exercise, calisthenics
to music, games and many other activities
are included in the agenda of the girls
physical education program.
A typical conversation from next door:
"I'm sure glad football is over! lt's too
cold to go outside. Besides, l like wres-
'Wrestling is O.K. I canit wait for
basketball. That and baseball are my
L'Elmer likes track best, but that is
probably because heis such a fast runner.
He,s good at weight lifting too. Let's go.
The bell's going to ring."
Replacing Miss Linda Garbe, who is
teaching English, and Mr. Bill Parish, who
left the teaching profession, are Miss
Jeanne Forest fbetter known as Madame
Treej from Helenville and Mr. Larry
Marchionda fthe famous wrestlerj from
Fountain City. The mighty universal
Hercules also came to Goodrich this year.
Both girls and boys got to climb around,
push and pull, and tone up their muscles
on this big hunk of metal, called a weight
We are all looking forward to next year
when two new courses will be offered.
Maureen Merhoff and Kris Konz were just two of about 40
girls who began to jog this fall. Jogging club has been
operating under the direction of Miss Call. Each girl must jog
at least one mile every time out and many do more than that.
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mimeograph machine. RIGHT: Mrs. Rowe's shorthand class
learns how to take dictation from a machine.
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"Now if you were an employee of this store how would
you handle the situation?
"How many of you have 70 words a minute?
All of these sounds and statements are very common to
the halls of Goodrich. In fact, you can hear them every day
as you walk down the hall past the Business Ed. depart-
ment. The Business Education department teaches every-
thing from beginning typing to data processing which is
offered in the advanced typing class for the first time this
year. The Business Ed. department is an indispensable part
of our school. It mainly gives the students the necessary
understanding of business and prepares them for meeting
the standards in the competitive business world. Even if
you are not planning on running a business, Business Ed.
has something for all students. The skill this department
offers will be helpful to any person in his future job.
TOP LEFT: Mrs. Glewen often strolls through the aisles of her ckzssroom,
just to see how her students are doing. LEFT: Miss Haworth checks on
John Bestor to see that he isn 'I doing something he shouldn 't - like peek.
Classroom, Lab Experience
ABO VE: Mr. Ries takes time out to go over some of
the possible questions asked on the temp. test.
Students very often have a chance to take the test
right at school. R1 GH T: One of the driver ed. cars
leaves the Goodrich parking lot for on the road
Help To Educate Future Drivers
Driver education helps students acquire the skills and attitudes
necessary for sage and efficient operation of an automobile. The two
phase driver education program consists of classroom instruction and
the laboratory plan. The classroom phase teaches students about the
personal and social problems of driving. The laboratory phase is 7h
hours of practice driving instruction to teach the knowledge and
attitudes necessary to safe driving and skills needed to operate a
motor vehicle safely. The laboratory phase is taught only during the
summer, but in the future it hopefully will be taught during the
school year. This presents a problem for many sophomores and
juniors because driver education is now mandatory for all youths
under the age of 18 seeking a driver's license. Students who turned
16 during the school year have to wait until after they complete the
laboratory plan in the summer before they can obtain their license.
Last summer there were 17 cars and 3 in service. This summer there
will be 30 cars because of the increase of enrollment of students.
This year the students took a trip to the expressway by bus to study
the four types of interchanges. There were also speakers that came to
the classes to provide further information for the driver ed. students.
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The summer lab sessions offer students a chance to drive
brand new cars. Whenever other drivers see the "Student
Driver" sign come into view, they usually become extra
TOP.' One cold December morning the state inspection team surprised many
students by showing up at Goodrich to inspect some of the cars in the school
parking lot. ABOVE: Most students found that the headlight aim on their
car was off
Efficient Library Aid Student
The library at Goodrich is among the finest to be found anywhere.
The excellent staff is led by the ultra-efficient Miss Connelly. Not only
do the library personnel maintain order and quiet, but they also can be
a very helpful aid to a very perplexed student. The librarians are willing
to spend a great deal of their time in order that the students may
achieve a better understanding of the facilities available. ln past years,
the library has added new equipment to further its capability oflending
materials to the student body. This year, two microfilm recorders were
purchased to protect back issues of periodicals at a touch-of-the-button
pace. The Library is abundant in its inventory of books. Whether it be
fact or fiction, old or new, the Goodrich library has the answer to every
problem. Also available are periodicals, pamphlets, and audio visual
materials for current events, history, georaphy, biographies or any-
thing else the individual student might require. The library is, of course,
a very popular place for the students to spend extra time studying,
reading, and relaxing. There are also two conference rooms which are at
the disposal of all the students for meeting and group studying. There la
always a mood of tranquility because of the very quiet atmosphere
strictly enforced by the staff. As one student put it "You can't even
hear a pin drop." The nicely carpeted floor no doubt prompted the
remark. Ut even makes walking noiseless.j The library needless to say, is
the center of study in the school, Whether its purpose is fully achieved
is entirely up to the students. Without question, the students and
faculty are extremely proud of their library.
Above: Miss Connelly aids Gary Sharpe and Fred Negus in Ending periodicals.
Left: Don Blattner learns the proper way to use the Microfilm Reader Printer
from Miss Connelly.
Above: Kathy Comeaux and Michelle Radtke enjoy using
excellent reference materials. Right: Miss Dobyns finishes
another interesting book case. Below: Garv Sharpe and Fred
Negus find the Microfilm Reader Printer veijv helpjnl.
Facult Relaxes uring ff Hours
ABOVE: Some members of the coaching staff gather in the teachers' lounge and
discuss, of all things, sports. Meeting today are Mr. Johnson, golf' Mr, Paulsen,
basketballg Mr. Bartolutti, basketballg Mr. Lautenschlager, basketballg Mr. Reick,
football' and Mr. Vescio, tennis. RIGHT: Many of the faculty members partici-
pated in the Faculty-Lettermens game. The faculty won by a very close score, but
wait till next year!
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The mission: to keep Fondy running efficiently.
In the attendance office at 7:30 sharp, Mrs. Rose
Randall and Mrs. Evelyn Lornson greet students,
selling daily and weekly lunch tickets.
Counseling office 8210: Three frantic students
need three different pieces of information Wright
awayw. Unperturbed Counseling Secretary Mrs. Helen
Swartz locates the necessary items and calms their
Mrs. Candace Gilmore, receptionist,races for the
continually ringing phone as Mr. Ludgilla Wirkus
arranges Principal James Nelson's daily schedule.
By 8:50 our study hall monitors have started their
day, keeping law and order.
At 10:30 Mrs. Helen Swartz is calling Mrs. Rita
Koecher, our school nurse, to see a sick student
which would like to go home.
That is just the morning for these people. The
afternoon is just as hectic if not worse.
BELOW: Mrs. Rose Randall assists a student with a smile. LEFT:
Miss Marcia Meinke checks Mr. Tlziel's busy Schedule, LOWER
LEFT: Instructional Secretaries Kathryn Hansen and Ione Nelson
type up the following mornings announcements.
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for tlze hour. LEFT: Mrs. Helen Swartz watches to make sure a weary student finds the
correct counselor. BELOW: Mrs. Rita Koecher checks the list of absent students.
At 8:00 Mrs. Marguerite Soll reports for duty to
prepare lunch for 600 hungry students. By 12:10
Mrs. Soll and her competent staff have completed
their mission and lunch is served. This is not the end
of their day. They continue to work, starting to
prepare the following day's lunch.
"Move in men? The custodians advance with pails,
mops, and nerveg and the daily clean-up begins. This
year the custodians have been kept quite busy
cleaning up after inconsiderate students who tear up
posters and signs. Our excellent custodians keep this
school looking like a million dollars.
LEFT: Mr. Fred Glasser puts on his hat and coat to do his daily
duty, raising and lowering the flag. BELOW LEFT: Mr. Donald
Brown mops the halls after school. BELOW: The tedius job of
scrubbing the floors is done by Mr. Claude Freischmidt.
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Devoted To Cardinal Production
fAb0vej Stephanie Cruckson, one of the Junior
co-editors, types up last minute pages to meet a
deadline. fRightj Don Blattner, head photographer,
gives instructions on an assignment sheet to fellow
"Hey, where's the pica ruler?,'
I need the typewriter!"
"What,s the date?,,
Did you say the 18th, and our deadline is the
Annual staff members devoted their extra time
to finishing the yearbook. Room l4l, the
Cardinal office was filled by busy people with
one thing in mind-finishing the yearbook! The
editor, and her co-editors "burned the midnight
oil" on some nights to reach their final deadline
on March 20.
This yearls annual got off to a well-planned
start. The editor-in-chief, Pat Karst, while
attending a summer clinic on yearbook
production, layed-out the entire book. As the
year advanced, several problems arose-only one
experienced photographer, a change in the size of
our yearbook, and an absence of the
representative from our printing company. After
the "wheels started rollingu the staff finished and
sent-in pages up to the last minute.
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section of the index file. fTop Rightj Sally Jo Pfund checks names in the
index me to make sure they are in order. fLeftj Editor-in-chief Pat Karst,
gives Rick Gustavus, the other Junior co-editor, instructions on how to lay-out
a page. KA bovej Pat Karst instructs sports writers, Brian Felda, Jim Bond, and
Steve Zimmerman, on how to write interesting copy.
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Hi-Eye staffers. Editor John Wollner anxiously waits for his piece of
cake, while the rest of the staH' waits their turn. Gathered around the
table are Betsy Georg, John, Pete Julka, Miss Payne, Mary McLain, Jake
DeNwIl, and Julie Becker. Above: Junior sports assistant Jake DeNell
interviews Coach Vescio for a tennis story.
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The goals of the 1968-69 l-li-Eye, the voice of the
Goodrich students, were to publish news of our
school and to take stands on current issues. The
Hi-Eye succeeded in presenting news, features, sports,
and student opinions in a different perspective in its
numerous issues throughout the year. The staff of the
Hi-Eye worked long hours trying to meet their
deadlines in an attempt to present the readers with
the freshest news possible. The Hi-Eye staff includes
John Wollner, editorg Julia Becker, news cditorg Mary
McLain and Sue Leake, assistant news editors: Betsy
Georg, feature editorg Peter Julka, sports editorg Jake
DeNe1l, assistant sports editorg and Kris Deiner,
circulation manager. The faculty advisor is Miss Betty
Payne. The Hi-Eye attempts to give Goodrich stu-
dents a chance to take part in an extra-curricular
activity through work in the school newspaper.
Above left: Hi-Eye circulation helpers must first t'stuff" the papers
and ther: count them out by rollroom before distribution. Above:
Editors Pete, John, and Julie discuss a page layout. Left: Pete and
Jake finish up a sports page for the Christmas issue.
Color Th1 Year Success
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Monday mornings, Then all report to their rollrooms later in the week.
ABOVE RIGHT' President DeJong addresses the Council in preparation to the
Winter Formal. RIGHT: Diane Korell discusses possible improvements of next
year's Christmas decoration contest with the members.
For Student Council
Our student government is comprised of one representa-
tive and one alternate from every roll room. Through
Student Council all students have the opportunity to voice
their opinion on student affairs.
Every year council sponsors Orientation Day, class
elections, Homecoming, and Winter Formal. This year
council held a roll room Christmas decoration contest and
sponsored a Christmas assembly. There was also a Christmas
Leap Year Dance to top the Christmas festivities.
In the early months of school several projects were
undertaken such as "Save the Children" and a candy sale to
sponsor Domestic Exchange in the spring. The council also
sponsored a workshop and the annual variety show which
were both very successful. This has been a rewarding year
to those who have had a part in the council undertakings.
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business while Secretary Jeannine Merrill rapidly takes it all down. LEFT:
International Fellowship exchange student Chris Parow speaks to the
Council on his native homeland West Germany.
ABO VE: National Honor Society gathers for a picture. FAR RIGHT: Mary
McCullough, treasurer: John Wollner, presidentg and, Al Birschbach, vice-president
display the NHS shield and the flmstrip projector-record player which are part of the
club. RIGHT: The National Honor Society bookstore netted the club over 8600 this
John Wollner and Al Birschbach prepare to show the club a filmstrip on the new
filmstrip projector that the club bought.
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NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY
Members of the National Honor Society started
off their year with a float in the Homecoming Parade
which received an Honorable Mention and a picture
in the newspaper. Night after night students gathered
at Sue Pinnowis house to construct the float.
More than S600 of paperback books were sold by
the energetic members, who worked every day on the
club's main project, the school bookstore, headed by
The group was guided by their officers: John
Wollner, president, Allan Birschbach, vice president,
Lynn Tonjes, secretaryg and Mary McCullough, trea-
surer. The faculty selected the people of the NHS on
the basis of leadership, scholarship, citizenship, and
service. The advisors were Miss Haack and Mrs.
TOP: Debate Club members are: E. Detert, IZ Noe, B. Georg,
.L Rueping, T1 Sommerfeld, .L Vrtilek, B. Treleven, K.
McCullough, R. Stahmann, D. Anderegg. RIGHT: Posed fora
Debate are Jan Vrtilek, Kathy McCoullough, Barb Treleven,
and Tom Sommerfeld. ABOVE: Tom Noe, Vice-President,
Betsy Georg, and Dave Anderegg, President, of the club go
through a debate.
Students Express Themselves
n Debates and Creative Writers
Our fine Debate Club was headed this year by
Dave Anderegg, President, Tom Noe, Vice President,
and Barb Treleven, Secretary-Treasurer. The club was
quite active this year, attending debate institutes at
Madison .and Milwaukee, and participating in six
invitational meets. The club placed second at the
Shorewood invitational. The club also entered the
state tournament but was defeated at the Ashwau-
baun district meet. The faculty advisors for Debate
Club are Miss Thode and Mrs. Setser.
"Speak your truth, quietly and clearlyg and
listen to others, even the dull and ignorantg for
they too have their storyf'
These words were printed on the inside page of the
1968-1969 "inkwell,', in hope that they would reach
a few people. "the inkwell" was established at
Goodrich two years ago as a creative means of
expression. It has been and is the goal of "the
inkwellw to give people with writing ability a chance
to have their voices heard.
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LEFT' Two contributors to the 'tinkweII" are Ross Simons and Tom Raab.
ABOVE: Editor Brita Reque confers with Gunars Knubis, Co-editor, on what should
be in the Hinkwell. "
FAR RIGHT: FTA members, Debbie Randall,
Barb Birschbach, and Julie Becker, observe
posters promoting their objectives. RIGHT:
Jane Seibel and Nancy Louis End assisting
teachers in class rooms an interesting exper-
ience. BELOW: Putting up bulletin boards and
showing what FZ4 is all about interest Orin
Mueller, Barb Riese, and Chris Chudd.
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Members of the Future Teacher's Club were very
busy this year doing various projects. Such projects as
putting up bulletin boards, assisting a teacher in a
classroom, and teaching a class of students enabled
the club members to become more acquainted with
the work behind a teacheris job. FTA members
offered their service as tutors again this year. Volun-
teers aided any student in need of help in a particular
subject. Students gained both valuable information
and experience by participating in FTA activities.
"We are the Future Homemakers of America. We
face the future with warm courage and high hopesf,
This is truly what a future homemaker is, as stated in
the FHA creed. We are a part of a national organiza-
tion ofjunior and senior high school home economics
students. Of the 12,000 chapters in the United States,
our Goodrich Chapter, just as all other chapters, is
dedicated to serving family and community needs as
best We can.
MIDDLE: As a part of FHA
week advertisement wore red
roses. BOTTOM: Among the ac-
tivities presented in FHA was a
panel discussion. LEFT: Future
homemakers pin on their roses
for FHA week.
A, Red Cross Youth Help I
The Future Nurses Club is made up of a group of
students who are interested in pursuing some type of
career in the health field. The membership for this
year is fifty-six. Guest speakers were present at some
of the monthly meetings. Money was raised through a
candy sale for a donation to the Big Brothers, Fund
at Christmas time. A spring field trip is planned to
Oshkosh, to tour Mercy Hospital and Winnebago
State Hospital. Also a joint evening meeting is being
planned with other local schools.
Red Cross works to relieve human suffering. They
try to prevent misery in time of war and peace, and
serve all peoplesg regardless of race, nationality, or
Our Red Cross Youth Club does a variety of
things. We send birthday cards to the elderly in the
nursing homes in Fond du Lac, make tray favors for
the patients for various holidays, support a Korean
orphan, and do other service oriented projects.
TOP: Part of being in FNA is taking the
temperature of students who come in ill. Craig
Johnson has his temperature taken by Denise
Dion. ABOVE: FNA had guest speakers as part
of their club activities.
ABOVE: Taking Arlene Gau 's hearing test are Janice Zupke, Denise Dion, and Mrs.
TOP: Virginia Albert, Pat Bond, Mary Buckarma, Janice Roehl, Betty Mirtz,
and Debbie Gurno prepare serving trays for holidays. ABOVE: Counting the
money received from the Red Cross drive this year are Mary Cummins, Sue
Meisenberg, and Betty Lennop.
Vice president Tom Dorst conducted meetings of
German Club in the absence of President Jim Delong.
With a lack of snow, the tobogganing party organized
by Craig Hamberger never materialized. The profits of
a dance organized by Treasurer Dave Buehrens were
used for a service project planned by Secretary Pat
Tennis. Pat also organized a Milwaukee trip where the
club viewed a German movie and ate German food.
Candy Ackerman and Barb Peterson both helped to
get the bowling party and the bike hike rolling.
The Latin Club of Goodrich has been an active
social group longer than any other organization in the
high school. For many years the Latin students
organized for the purpose of participating in several
annual social functions. At one time the Roman
Banquet was "the" event of the yearg now the spring
picnic has become the Hin" affair. In November of
1968 the Junior Classical League was organized as a
local chapter of the national organization of the same
name. Its purpose is to encourage an interest in and
appreciation of the civilization, language, literature,
and art of ancient Greece and Rome. Programs and
projects are directly involved with the study of Latin.
Latin And German Club rganized
ABOVE: Pat Tennis instructs a group of girls from German Club who visited the County Home at
Christmas and Easter time. RIGHT: The plans for a bowling party and bike hike are checked over and
returned to committee members Barb Peterson and Candy Ackerman. TOP: A very unique and
original homecoming float was presented by the German Club.
LEFT AND BELOW: Latin Club rehearses for
their excellent play, "Between Tlze Twin Mana-
echni", which ,was presented April 24, 25, and
26. Tlzis was a very successful activity for the
Latin Club. Tliey truly enjoyed performing for
225. the public.
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1969 has been a very active year for Le Cercle Francais.
Beginning in the fall, the first fund-raising project was raking
leaves which will be instituted as an annual project. Bake sales
have also proved profitable, especially at Christmas and Valen-
tine's Day. In the spring, a new, different and successful project, a
rummage sale, was sponsored. The accumulation of funds was
climaxed by the major project of the yearwthe adoption of a
French orphan who will be supported by Le Cercle Francais for an
The Spanish Club composed of approximately 180 members, is
a very active organization. The officers are, Craig Kaemmer
Presidentg Diane Korell Vice-Presidentg Mary Kraus, Secretaryg
Julia Becker, Treasurerg Julie Graves, Sergeant-At-Armsg Brian
Felda, Sergeant-At-Arms. In September, the members were busy
with decorating a float for Homecoming. Next, committees were
busy making plans for our annual Christmas party in December.
The breaking of the pinatas is a customary part of this festivity.
Immediately after Christmas plans were begun for Spanish Service
Week, held this year from April 28-May 2, During this time
Spanish students become servants - for a fee. Money earned is
donated to Partners for Progress, a national organization which
aids underprivileged children in Latin American countries. The
years activities culminate with a traditional picnic held with the
German and French clubs. At regular meetings held once a month,
we have had our own students, who have visited Spanish-speaking
countries such as Mexico and Costa Rica, speak to us and show
slides. Advisors of the club are: Mrs. Myra Sager and Mrs. Jean
TOP: Senior members of French Club correspond with Evelyne
Meret, recently adopted by hard work and many projects.
ABO VE: Sue Van Pelt and Bev Ramsey model the latest 18th
century fashions. RIGHT: Raking their way to fortune fund
blistersj to Hnance this year's project, the adoption of a
Spani h Club Ha Holida Part
ABOVE: Two girls from Spanish Club participate in the fun and games
of "passing the Life Saver on a tooth pick". It was one of the very
challenging and humorous games played at the annual Christmas Party.
BELOW LEFT: Members attempt to break the pinata. BQLOW RIGHT:
Spanish Club members spend many hours making the pinata before the
Knowledge ls Gained
Through Librar Service
nd World nderstanding
The World Understanding Club, composed of students
who are taking or have taken World History, is designed to
help its members keep a pace with the modern world,
Speakers are invited to speak to the members to increase
their knowledge and understanding of World affairs. The
speakers may range from a Negro telling of the race
problem from first-hand experience, to a domestic and
foreign exchange students telling of life in distant places
and giving a different view of the world situation. The
clubls members nominate and elect their officers at the
beginning of each year. A steering committee handles all
the details that arise between regular monthly meetings.
The World Understanding Club also has a social side. Field
trips and a spring picnic help to change the pace of the
The purpose of the Library Service Club is to give service
to the students and faculty at Goodrich. We serve as aides
during noon hour, our study halls, and before and after
school. We perform such duties as getting periodicals,
shelving books, and any tasks the librarians assign us. Our
activities range from a successful CARE Drive, a Christmas
Bake Sale, and an annual Banquet.
ABOVE: A Negro guest was invited to speak to the
World Understanding Club about the current race prob-
lem. BELOW: The steering committee of the World
Understanding Club meets in the library to clarify a
ABO VE LEFT: Mary Jo Ablard, a Library Service Club member, up dates the magazine rack. ABO VE
RIGHT: Miss Connelly explains the use of the Microfilm Reader Printer to the Library Service Club
members. BELOW: Library Service Club members aid Librarians by shelving books.
ABOVE: Pep Club made it possible for students to attend out of town games, through selling tickets and
providing a bus. BELOW LEFT: Soplzomores Tom Thurman and Wayne Schingen exhibit their Sclzool
Spirit. BELOW RI GH 71' Pep Club Members paint posters to place on the walls to bring about spirit.
Chess Club Interests Many
It is the purpose of the Pep Club here at Goodrich
to aid in instigating and maintaining school spirit.
Throughout the year the Pep Club has the responsibil-
ity of organizing bus trips for supporters of our away
games. The Pep Club also fosters school spirit by
making posters for the various games and putting on
skits at the Pep assemblies. Fund raising projects for
the club have included such things as bake sales and
dances. The various projects of the club are directed
by a group of five elected officers and six executive
Chess Club is a little organization consisting of
about 40 members. The club meets once a week.
Students can go and play chess just to relieve their
tension. There are two groups of students in Chess
Club-beginners and advanced. A pattern is now being
set up so that there is a tournament a number of
times throughout the year. Officers this year are
Keith Singleton, presidentg Mike Davies, vice-presi-
dentg Debbie Diaz, secretary-treasurer.
ABOVE: Pete Hamilton and his partner pause to look the situation over.
LEFT: Mike Davies makes the importaiit move in the effort to beat his partner
Joanna Wurtz. BELOW: Clzess Club meets in the Little Theater. This club
attracts Sophomores, Juniors and Seniors.
The Fondy Ski Club is an organiza-
tion which combines fun, a chance to
learn, a chance for a memorable ex-
perience, and a little snow to brighten
the lives of many Goodrich students.
There is a long wait from the begin-
ning of the year until the snow begins
to fall before the club has a chance to
exist. Then comes the planning of
many ski trips for weekends and dur-
ing the school week tht will prove a
worth-while experience. The club then
has a very successful membership drive
and soon becomes another throbbing
beat of the heart of school activities.
Then reality plays its role to enact
many of the planned trips which are
enjoyed by all.
ABOVE RIGHT: The officers of the ski club
combine their efforts to plan many fun filled and
exciting weekends. BELOW: The ski club strong-
ly urged people to join and experience fun.
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key to ski club.
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then fun atpmatically finds its place. LEFT.' A
group of Fondy skiers examine their surround-
ings as they get ready to feel some real excite-
ment and fun.
ABOVE: Mr. Lemery
ducts the choir as they
warm up before begin-
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BELOW: The choir per-
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that allows the choir to
excell their perfor-
mance to the most.
Goodrich Choir Means cTalent'
The Goodrich High School Choir has ex-
hibited a reputation for being exceptionally tal-
ented and well mannered. They have appeared at
various occasions to present concerts that have
caused good feeling among its audience. The
choir began practicing hard from the first day
they met to assure the best performance in, "Of
Thee l Singn. Many talented individuals make up
the choir and are proud to belong to an organiza-
tion of such high standing. This year was the first
year that the A Cappella choir made a Christmas
record. The practice for the record and the
recording sessions involved out of school time
which was willingly spent by all of the members
and the end result was a self reward for a job well
done. At the choral clinic at Appleton this year
Daniel Moe, a well known composer, stated that
the Goodrich Choir exhibited their talents suc-
cessfully and performed with a great sense of
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bit more. " Mrs. Grine explains to the
woodwind section. Band members
joined the orchestra when ever a
concert was being presented.
Musical Experience Sought
"Yakamashi!', 'gStop when I doll' 'gWhy don't you
ever practice?', These are among the many statements
that can be heard issuing forth from Room 162 every
Monday, Wednesday, and Friday during 2nd hour.
This is when the orchestra meets under the
direction of Mrs. James Grine. The orchestra is
composed of 21 string players and a few band
members who show up at infrequent intervals.
Many things were accomplished in orchestra this
year. Two concerts were given after many long,
strenuous hours of practice. Many students were
involved in solos or string quartets for the district
contest at Menasha in April. The big event of the year
was a Held trip in November to Chicago to hear the
Chicago Symphony Orchestra play.
Concentration on your music and the conductor is
all it takes.
TOP: Girls of the Orchestra adapted the new policy of wearing
long dark skirts for performances. One of the concerts given
this year was the winter concert. ABOVE: Long hours of
practice are put in before a concert is presented. LEFT: Mrs.
Grine, the high school orchestra conductor, and Miss Averbeck,
grade school conductor, display the instruments played to
parents on Open House.
Keeping n Tune, Band Practices
Panorama of 1969-70 began with Los Banditos on
TV, exciting football show music, two parades, music
for the Governor, church music projects, and school
appearances. Bandsmen traveled to WSU-Stevens
Point and Oshkosh for state clinics. December
brought one ofthe band's most unusual and enjoyed
concerts, "An Evening of Marches and Selected Short
Thousands of hours were expended in preparing
the 125 piece Parade Band for Washington, D.C., and
the Inaugural Parade. Buttons, benefit concert, and
pancakes helped raise money.
Following forty-six class projects of the first
semester, the second semester offered a grade school
concert tour, a top-notch stage band boosting the
fortunes of the Variety Show, a tremendously suc-
cessful district solo-ensemble contest at Menasha,
Band-O-Rama in a new format, clinics with noted
state and Mid-West conductors, a well-performed May
concert, and a fine Memorial Day Parade Band.
Graduation audience will hear pianist Kristian Brandt
and alto saxophonist Joseph Mengel representing the
ABOVE: The Concert Band plays as Mr. Moely listens with his keen
ear RIGHT' The Goodrich Parade Band leads the Homecoming
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hagen add to the Cardinals essence of victory
"School Spirit. " Right: Steve Zimmerman exhibits
the Cardinal hard driving determination.
Fond ridders Come
The 1968 Cardinal football team was one of the best teams ever assembled at
Goodrich. This squad was built around dedicated individuals who sacrificed their
own glory for the success of others. Their greatness can be shown in a 7-1 record
and in numerous records which they broke. The Cardinals were the No. 1
offensive and No. 1 defensive team in the Fox Valley Conference. In 4 of their 8
games, the defensive unit held their opponents scoreless. It would be difficult to
point out certain individuals who made this defensive team such a success. Each
player contributed IOOKZJ in making this unit one of the best in the state. The
offensive team featured the powerful running of Jim Bond and excellent signal
calling by quarterback Jim Bogenhagen. Much of their success was attributed to
the interior line who gave them superb blocking all year long. The following
players earned a berth on the Fox River Valley all-conference team: Jim Bond
fplayer-of-the-yearj, Jake DeNe1l, John Stephany, Ken Krause, Gregg Kramer,
Steve Zimmerman, Joe Klinzing, and Brian Harney. Mel Freund won the Mr.
Defense award for defensive excellence.
n Strong To Rank 3rd n State
FRONT ROW: Gregg Kramer, Mel Freund, Howie Deanovich, Fred
Negus, Jim Bond, Kevin Smith, Shannon Riley, Bob Hollander, Stan
Westphal. SECOND ROW: Bill Olson, Benito DeLeon, Steve Klotz, .lim
Bogawhagen, Joe Klinzing, Gary Pelot, Brian Harney, Dan Adams, Jim
Albertin, Greg Schaefer. THIRD ROW: Chuek Sina, Bob Christiansen.
Steve Schwa.rk, Tom Titel, Alan Rose, Steve Zimmerman, Mike Galles,
Bill Jones, Mike Becker, Bob Walgenbaeh. BACK ROW: Gerald Ford,
Ritchie Adams, Rick Koeck, Jake DeNell, Ken Krause, Daryl Dudley,
Tom Clark, John Stephany, Paul Mumm. MISSING: Jerry Kosterman.
Above: First down by inches. Right: A sight of light and the Cards head for victory.
The Team That
Made The Grade
71968 SEASON RECORD
Green Bay West
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Appleton East 7
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LEFT: Fondy proves they 're number
one. ABO VE: An aggressive defense
is why, in three games, opponents
We're No. I and we've got one of the finest football
teams. Special recognition should be given to Jim Bond
who made the UPJ. and A.P. All-State team and John
Stephany who made the A.P. All-State team
were held scoreless. RIGHT: Jake DeNell exhibits
his talent as an example of Fondy go power.
ABO VE: Tom Clark proves time and time again what the Cardinal
Spirit and drive can do for the mighty J. V. team. He sweeps the left end
for a huge chunk of yardage as the opposition is hotly in pursuit. It was
plays and players such as this which carried the Junior Cards to a fine
6-I record over Valley opponents. BELOW LEFT: The Junior Varsity
games were well attended as this crowd shows after a 45-0 swamping of
Green Bay Preble.
The JV Cards Drive To Victor
At the beginning of football practice last fall, there was
much concern as to whether the J.V. squad could carry on
in a winning fashion. But as the first game approached,
the near-miracle inspirational qualities of coach Sal
Curcurio began to take effect. After an uneasy 14-13
victory over Green Bay East the baby Cards crushed their
next five valley opponents by a total score of 183-56. In
their last game against a much-stacked Appleton East
squad the team fell 13-12. Coaches Curcurio and John
Schrum have undoubtedly instilled the fighting Cardinal
spirit upon the Junior Cards. Individual standouts were
middle guard Dave Schessowg backs Tom Thurman and
Mick McKessyg and superb end Bob Smith. This year's
J.V. Squad will certainly provide the proud Varsity with
new and excellent talent.
Junior varsity football. BOTTOM ROW: M. Fero Cmanagerj, T
Rausch, D. Winter, S. Courtney, J. Bestor, J. Pinnow, M.
Breister, M. Flemming. SECOND ROW: J. Furman, M. Flood,
D. Zamzow, J. Zimmerman, D. Touchet, S. Billman, B. Perry,
J. Kennberg, J. Hoyt. THIRD ROW: T. Heinken, M. Kind, D.
Guell, F. Haak, S. Kruger, R. Liedke, G. Fryda, A. Frank, D
1968 JV FOOTBALL RECORD
Fondy 14 . Green Bay East
Fondy 24 Green Bay Preble
Fondy 10 Sheboygan North
Fondy 45' Oshkosh
Fondy 33 Appleton West
Fondy 45 Sheboygan South
Fondy, , 12 - Appleton East
Won: 6 Lost: M1 Tied:0 J
Griffen. FOURTH ROW: K. Hamberger, M. O'Nei1, G.
Krueger, D. Schessow, T. Thurman, B. Smith, J. Brester, J.
Scharf. BACK ROW: J. Mundt, J. Sheridan, R. Mattefs, M.
Kuethen, W. Schingen, S. B1-adjic, D. Riederer, D. Mason, D.
LEFT: Here Bob Hollander crashes across the goal for another score. Bob was one of the many
outstanding Juniors seeing double-duty with the Varsity. BELOW: An almost sure bet for
All-Conference honors next year is Bob Smith. The crafty end once snared 13 aerials in one
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As always Dave Gustin leads the pack. Chasing Gustin is junior Gary Stark. These
boys were the mainstay of the team all season long.
FRONT: Rich Annis, Dave Calder, Jim Peterson, Eugene Race, Walter Parrish, Gary Stark, Dave Gustin, Dick Putz, Wayne Stark, Mike
Luttenberger, Doug Lloyd, Tim Dunn. BACK: John Wollner, Mike Richter.
Cross Countr . . . Victory Again
In the past Goodrich High has always had excellent
material for the Cross Country Team. The 1968 Cross
Country team can only be described as one of Coach Del
Stacy's finest ever. Undefeated in dual meets and first in
the Beaver Dam Invitational, the Cards were a very
impressive and spirited team. Dave Gustin and Gary Stark
repeatedly took turns in capturing individual first places
and breaking records. At the state regional meet Gustin
finished first and was followed closely by Gary Stark who
finished second. Although Gustin was the conference
champ, the team was hampered continuously by injuries
to key runners. Also turning in continuous fine perform-
ances were John Wollner, Dick Putz, and Tim Dunn.
Although many seniors will be lost this year, Gary Stark
will be back along with juniors Eugene Race and Mike
Richter. Of course Coach Stacy will be back and that
always means an excellent year for the Fondy thinclads.
LEFT: Itk Gustin and Stark again as they cover the last bridge on
their road to victory. These boys set the pace all season as the
"harriers" swept to their numerous victories. BELOW: Hard work
leads to victory as Coach Stacy watches his boys work. Many long,
tiresome trips around the parking lot provided needed endurance.
FRONT ROW: Glen Cerny, manager, Ken Krause Al Rose Felda Dick Majewskr Brian Harney Ted Bande Berg MISS
John Wollner, Bill Olsen, Rick Koeck, John Maki, manager ING FROM PICTURE Mike Galles Steve Zimmerman and
BACK ROW: Dave Bastian, manager, Kim Evans Brian John Bestor
Cagers Strive For Excellence
At the beginning of the l968-69 basketball season, Fox
Valley Sports writers picked Fondy for 9th place. At the end
of the season, the team had finished in seventh place, three
games behind the top teams. Their record in conference play
was a remarkable 9 wins, 7 losses and compiled a 12-8 record
for all games. Sparked by the return of Kim Evans and John
Bestor, and members from last years, jayvee team, the Cardi-
nals surprised many teams throughout the conference with
their great hustle and drive. As the season started, an unknown
quantity of talent had confronted coach Fritz Lautenschlager.
Eventually, this skill was used to mold a fine and exciting
team. Members of this year's team were Kim Evans, John
Bestor, Brian Felda, Bill Olson, Rick Koeck, Al Rose, Dick
Majewski, Steve Zimmerman, Ted Vande Berg, Mike Galles,
Ken Krause, Brian Harney, and John Wollner. Highlights of the
season were three straight victories over Oshkosh, a five game
winning streak, and a two point victory over Manitowoc. Kim
Evans, Fondyls high-scoring forward, earned a second team
berth on the All-Conference team.
1969 VARSITY BASKETBALL RECORD
FONDY 'L ',L 7 . .OPPONENT
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heads look skyward as the result ofa jump-ball between Fondy and
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Fighting for control of the ball, Rich Koeck of Fondy
outdeals a Manitowoc player.
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B Hustle And Des1re
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As the season started, Jayvee coach Dave Barto-
lutti was very optomistic about the play of his team.
This was due to a lack in height for rebounding and
the absence of a player to take charge on the court.
As each game progressed, the team developed more
and more. Eventually, a strong, well-knit group had
been put together showing great attitude and desire
to play. At the end of the season, the team had
compiled an 8-8 conference record, and an 8-10
The success of this years Jayvee team was due to
well-balanced individuals and their willingness to
learn. The following players contributed the most in
bringing about an 8-10 record: Dave Shessow, Steve
O,Neil, Mike Flood, Kurt Leonhardt, Bill Jones, Jim
Pinnow, Mick McEssey, and Bob Smith.
Jayvees Sport 8-10 Record
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battles for a tip with an Oshkosh opponent.
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a jump shot for two points. IBELOWJ Mick McKessey of Fondy
shows his determination by driving around a Sheboygan South
opponent. KLOWER R1GHTj With Steve 0Weil moving in for
rebounding position, Kurt Leonhardt fires one up for Fondy.
Upon Every Wresthng Team
ABOVE: The men wlzo made
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Some Rain Must Fall
This season our wrestling team experienced hard-nosed
competition while trying, to capture another first for
Fondy. The team again benefited from a challenging season
and the experience of working with Larry Marchionda, a
new coach and physical education instructor at Fondy. The
wrestling team worked hard and sacrificed many a free hour
to develop and build their proficiency. They practiced as
much as they could, and just about whenever they could, to
represent Goodrich as best they could. The varsity had a
very hard season against some very hard opponents exhibit-
ing performance excellence at meets, but unable to capture
first place often enough tot send anyone to state. The junior
varsity shocked their opponents finishing the season with
only one tie and all the rest wins.
1968 WRESTLING RECORD
31 Green Bay West 18
16 Menasha 31
20 Green Bay East 27
17 Port Washington 25
16 Green Bay Preeble 27
27 Sheboygan North 19
25 Middleton 16
17 Oshkosh 25
35 Appleton West 11
27 Sheboygan South 17
15 Appleton East 25
WON 5 l LOST 6
UPPER LEFT: Coach Marchionda calls for a volunteer during a
demonstration at one of the practices. LEFT: A face, painted with
determination, keeps the upper lzand for Fondy as the referee
looks on critically.
FRONT ROW: Greg Schafer, Fred Negus, Smith, John Slavin, Mike dorn, Craig Wilkum, Howie Deonavich, Dennis Diaz, Stan Wesphal,
Becker. BACK ROW: Craig Kaemmer, Tony Schumacher, Brian Bloc- Dennis Schmidt, Eric Schenemann, and coach Ron Nelson.
Pucksters Continue To Improve
Again this year the Hockey team got off to a slow start
because of lack of practice time. The pucksters were limited to
ten goals in their first eight games of the season. After the bugs
were worked out the team made a complete turnabout and
won their last three games. They scored fifteen goals to their
opponents three in these finals. This years captains were Fred
Negus and Eric Schenemann. The most valuable player was
goalie Brian Bloedorn who was among the finest ever at
Goldrich. Brian set records for the most saves and the fewest
goals allowed. Howie Deonavich was high scorer leading in
both goals and assists. Other players who were assets to the
team this year are Stan Wesphal, Craig Wilkum, John Slavin
and Greg Schafer. The Hockey team was a group of fellows
who produced fine results in spite of the lack of practice time.
It is hoped that in the near future the city of Fond du Lac
would find it necessary to build a permanent ice arena. With
this practice ice readily available the hockey team will be sure
to be among the finest anywhere.
RIGHT: Junior Mike Becker, one of the most aggressive players on
the team, is shown getting ready for action.
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believe seven gloves? ABOVE: HowiefDinoj Deonavich gets set as
the offcial drops the puck to begin play.
ntramural nitiate Spirit
ABOVE: The pace is fast and the spirit is high in the Intramural volleyball
games. This years volleyball program was bigger and better than ever. The
taller kids didn 'I always win out though as the picture shows. BELOW: The
new Intramural sport, wrestling is exhibited by the two boys working hard
on the mats. The program was very successful as more boys turned out for
the sport than was expected.
At Goodrich boys intramurals is highly regarded as
one of the best programs to be found anywhere. This
year there was more sports to choose from than ever
before. They include flag football, softball, basket-
ball, volleyball, wrestling, and track. The newest sport
among these is wrestling. A meet which included both
the junior high schools as well as Goodrich was held
here. The meet was well attended and produced some
very fine performances. The annual free-throw con-
test was also held with sophomore Jim Mundt winn-
ing the final shooting with 23 out of 25 free throws.
The basketball program proved to be the most excit-
ing in recent years as the WEIGHT WONDERS and
the "Bn Boys were neck and neck the entire season
until the final tournament when the "B" Boys won
the game by one point. All in all it has been a very
good year for intramurals at Goodrich. At the mo-
ment an even newer sport has been added to the in-
tramural program. Fore!
LEFT: In wrestling, there is no team to help the athlete in a bout. There is only
man against man, and will against will. ABO VE: These top eleven wrestlers were
Crowned as champions in the First Annual Intramural Wrestlingllfleet. DIRECTL Y
ABO VE: Tlze "B" Boys, this year's intramural basketball champs, gave us the mug
shot of the year.
Weightlifters Press Forward
The Fondy Power Lifters are quickly becoming one of the
most popular and Worthwhile activity groups in the school.
Not only do they allow all students to participate but they
also allow a chance for a person to create something out of
nothing. That something is a stronger and healthier body. The
program, under the direction of Mr. Wayne Steffenhagen,
serves as a body builder and conditioner for football and
basketball players. The recent uprising in the Cardinal football
picture is a direct result of weight training. Coupled with the
efforts of all the coaches, the football success will continue.
Besides an Intramural Power Lift Meet the club also held an
open class meet in which five schools participated. The Fon du
Lac Optimists Club sponsored the meet. Among the lifters
who contributed top-notch performance were Junior Dan
Adams and Senior Mark Guyette. These fellows along with
Junior Paul Mumm will be making the trip to the State Meet in
the Spring. The Power Lifters will be back, and so will the
success of Fondy Sports. Fondy High is grateful to their hard
working coaches for what they are doing to make our school a
Powerhouse in the Valley.
ABOVE.' Junior Dan Adams, already a much sought after football
player, is warming up here with a 350 pound squat As The Kunasch
Twins spot. RIGHT: Coach Steffenhagen displays the trophy won at
the Optimists meet.
ABOVE: Senior Mark Guyette proved to be one of the j?nest lifters at the Optimists meet. Here he
squats a heavy load as Mr. Steffenhagen and the judges look on.
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he repeatedly shows his aggressiveness the hard way. ABOVE: officers will agree, It's heavy!
ABOVE: Varsity Cheerleadersg BOTTOM ROW: Julie Graves, Joan Mehleis, Anne La Borde,
Mindy Mans. TOP ROW: Debbie Lemke, Kathy Searl, Laura Rose. BELOW: JV Cheerleaders
urge pep for a basketball victory.
Vigorous Cheers Urge Fond '
School spirit was surely raised this year
with the aid of our excellently talented
Its been a very active year for fourteen
girls. They sponsored many money raising
events. Their badges reading 'Happiness Is a
Cardinal Victory" and "Eat-Em-Up Cardi-
nalsw were both very successful. They also
held candy and bake sales. With the aid of
our cheerleaders, pep club was able to get
buses to go to our away athletic games.
This year our varsity cheerleaders were
privileged in making a change in uniforms.
They changed from the sweater and pleated
skirt uniforms to the modern pant suit.
Whether the uniforms made the difference
is not known but out school spirit has really
ABO VE: JV Cheerleaders Connie Becker, Mary Fischer, Judy Dyer, Cheri Royea, Laura Spoerke,
W M Julie Vodgs cheer at a wrestling match. LEF T 5 Varsity and JV cheerleaders work together to
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encourage school spirit. BELOW: Fondy cheerleaders await the ofjicials decision.
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5 RIGHT: Porn pon girls ,End that students are always willing to buy some homemade
1 ' 'esl goodies. ABOVE: Tlze first row of Pom pon girls move out in the Homecoming Parade.
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ABO VE: One of the ways tried to build-up school spirit was by having an outdoor pep
assembly. Here, pom pon girls show their routine for homecoming.
Twirlers Add To School pirit
Both Twirlers and Pom-pon girls added to
the school spirit by wearing their uniforms
on color days. Among their performances
this year were Homecoming and Miss Fond
du Lac parades, football half-times, and pep
assemblies. Although both organizations had
hopes of going to Washington, D.C. with the
band, only a certain length of people could
As a different money-raising project this
the Twirler's club held an Hunco-
ordinatedv twirler week. Members of the
club carried containers, and students gave
their pennies to the most "unco-ordinatedw
one. With the money raised, new uniforms
and equipment were purchased.
Pom-pon girls are selected from a tryout
of the Way they do a routine. While for
twirlerls, any girl who can hold a baton is in.
ABOVE: Barb Sclzmidlkofer, Ellen Kaiser, Stephanie Crucksorz, Debbie Flentje, Char
Hansen, Linda Schmidt, Karen Sslzneider, and Vickie Pinkert all practice for an
RIGHT: One of the first performances in the Twirler's new uniforms was for the 1968-69
homecoming. ABOVE: On one of the many Friday color days, Twirlers, Pam Bublitz, Debbie
Krause, and Linda Schmidt rehearse.
Grace, Talent And ractice
What person has not been envious by the talented performer as
she executes a routine with ease and self-assurance on some form
of gymnastic apparatus? For many girls who have a dream like this,
it may become a reality when she joins the gymnastic club.
The gymnastic club was organized by Miss Joanne Peirce and
interested girls in 1967. Present members bring a variety of back-
grounds to the club. Some have a strong dance background while
others are neophytes working to discover the talent which is theirs.
Performing at half-time basketball games, various area meets and
attending clinics keeps this club very active.
Interested girls who have tumbling ability or are interested in
learning gymnastic skills can join the club after passing a series of
skill tests in the four areas of vaulting, uneven parallel bars, balance
beam and tloor exercise.
LEFT: Senior gymnast Vicki Matthew goes through a back rollover on the balance
beam. Spotting for Vicki are Barb Peters and K. C. Klinzing. ABO VE: Gail Becker
practices a new movement on the uneven parallel bars.
Required For Perfection
ABOVE LEFT: K. C. Klinzing goes up, over, around, and down in one swift, clean
movement. LEFT AND ABO VE.' Two more members of the gymnastics team
practice an Manga!" on the top bar of the uneifen parallels. Three other areas are in-
cluded in the gymnastics program for girls. They are trampoline, vaulting, and floor
Girl ' Interscholastic
Sport btain Goal For
Athletic Minded Girls
Girls lnterscholastics consists of Basketball, Bad-
minton, Volleyball, Softball, and Track and Field.
The Basketball Team finished the season with a
7-2 win lose record. Senior Trudy Peterson, Krys
Sullivan, and Karen Kees were outstanding at for-
ward. Lynn Tonjes was the outstanding defense play-
The Girls Track Club is still undefeated in invita-
tional meets after four years. Chris Shirey is defend-
ing her state hurdle record.
This was the first year for badminton and softball.
The Fondy gals tied for first place with Oakfield and
Ripon in the area invitation sports day held at
ABOVE: The girls Interscholastic Basketball Team, composed of Mary Fruend, Karen
Kees, Coach Miss Call, Lynn Tonjes, Nancy Topp, Sue Luelofji Betty Renderman, and
Trudy Peterson, has a pep talk before the game. RIGHT: This jump ball is very
important to our team, it 's a tie game, one minute to go and we need one basket to go
home with a victory. TOP: Trualv Peterson shoots from mid court for two points,
ABOVE: The Girls Interscholastic Track Team practices many hours. RIGHT:
Chris Shirey hurdles her way to the Olympics.
ABOVE: Carol Weber practices her high jump for the first meet.
BELOW: Jackie Eigenbrodt practices the shot-put.
Lettermeni Club Attain oal
BELOW: This year's officers for the Lettermen's club were: from left
to right, Joe Klinzing, Treasurerg Jim Bond, Secretaryg Kevin Smith,
Vice-Presidentg and Mel Fruend, President. The F ONDY sweaters
shown in the picture were purchased by the club and sold to the entire
student body. The officers were elected by the other members of the
club at the organizational meeting at the beginning of the year.
ABOVE: The meeting takes a very informal nature as the advisor, Mr.
George Trtan, lends some advice to president Mel Fruend. The club met
every other Wednesday morning and accomplished many things during
the course of the year. Right now it looks as though someone in the
room has added a small joke to the regular business.
The FONDY Lettermen's Club ac-
complished more than any other club in
the school this year. After the officers
were elected the members went right to
work on their first project. By the end
of the year the club had purchased a
wide-angle lens for the basketball pro-
jector, tape recorder for all sports, a
magnetic bulletin board for all sports,
and, as this copy is being written, the
club is working on new glass backboards
for the gym. Donations of S50 each was
made to the band fund and the Joe
Capicik Memorial fund. The club was
open to all Varsity letter winners and
consisted of about 85 members. It is
hoped that next years club can carry on
in the same manner as this yearis. Let's
see now, what can we do for our tirst
project . . .
ABO VE: Lettermen JeH'Hoard, Jim Bogenhagen, and Steve Klotz are displaying
the T-shirts and sweaters which were sold as a project by the Lettermen this year. FONDY blllZ6fS d0l'l!lf-ed by the F0fldy BO0SIer Club.
BELOW: On color day this year these three lettermen decided they just had to
goof off somehow. Jolzn Wollner and Jim Bond are trying to see if Steve Zimmer-
mans face will actually get redder than his shirt.
ABOVE: Steve Zimmerman, Jim Bogenhagen, and Jim Bond are
trying their hand at modeling as they are shown wearing the new
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fBottomJ ROW 1: C. Huebschman, P. Sonnenberg, L. Spoerke, W. Schneider
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One of the many sports available to girls at
Goodrich is interscholastic volleyball.
After Miss Forest, the faculty advisor,
announced try-outs, approximately one hundred
and fifty girls showed up. Out of these, thirty-
three were chosen to compose four teams two
varsity and two junior varsity.
The volleyball teams played different schools,
held invitationals, and practiced against the
Perhaps the team with the most successful
record was Trudy Peterson's.
At the close of the season, all the volleyball
teams held a pizza party at Bob Long's.
Even though the teams didn't win a majority
of their games, the participants enjoyed them-
selves in this extracurricular activity.
fLeftj Captain, Trudy Peterson, polishes-up her sewing before
a match. fAbovej Volleyball members divide into class teams
and play the faculty.
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faculty. fTopj Volleyball teams play in aFondy invitat-
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ROW 2: K. Maillard, R. Thorpe, K. Wilke. CBottomJ ROW 1 B Sples, J
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of KBOTTOM ROWj Sue Pinnow, Lynn Tonjes,
Holly Reesman, Sue Behnke, Sally Pfund, KTOP
ROW! Dee Dee Hobbs, Karen Jenneke, and Sandy
Royea. BELOW: A "huddle" is called for while
G.A.A. members plan their next basketball move.
BOTTOM: One of the many activities a girls may
participate in is after school bowling. RIGHT'
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ABOVE: G.A.C members display their gift to Goodrich this year of school pennants for
Basketball, Tennis, Badminton-
all interest girl through G. A. A.
This year the GlA.A., Girls Athletic Association,
got off to a good start with 320 members. The
G.A.A. provides a series of activities for girls to
participate in. This year's activities included bowling,
kickball, archery, volleyball, basketball, badminton,
table tennis, softball, tennis, and track and field.
Other activities included the sale of pom poms, the
Christmas party, the Red and White Game, and many
The G.A.C., Girls Athletic Council, consists of
eight senior girls who were chosen for leadership,
sportsmanship, and scholarship. These girls are a part
of the executive board for G.A.A., and are respon-
sible for the girls intramural activities. Each G.A.C.
member is in charge of two sports. This year the girls
chosen for G.A.C.i were Sally Pfund, Sue Pinnow,
Lynn Tonjes, Holly Resesman, Sandy Royea, Dee
Dee Hobbs, Sue Benhnke, and Karen Jenneke.
Every year, it has been a tradition for the members
of the G.A.C. to present a gift to the school. This
year, the girls purchased the school pennants for the
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The years of our lives which we will always remember,
started September 3, l968. We might have acted like the
foolish Freshmen for the first month but we changed fast.
With the upperclassmen laughing at us we realized we are
sophomores now, not freshmen. When we finally woke up we
were accepted as Fondy students. With that we were asked to
join clubs and help with school activities. With the help of our
excellent class officers we became active in high school
activities and love being a part of this school.
There is a very small minority of the sophomores who did
not take part in Fondy activities, but give them a chance to get
Our memories of being members of Fondy clubs and organi-
zations as sophomores will remain with us forever.
ABO VE: Class Vice-PresidentPete Hamilton gives a helping hand at the
Senior Class Elections. BELOW: Newly elected class officers Tom
Thurman, presidentg Paula Wettstein, secretaryg Pete Hamilton, vice-
presidentg and Dennis Baggett, treasurerg are being interviewed by the
press. RIGHT: Sophomore girls became active in GAA and enjoyed
bowling at Karl Ray Lanes, Tuesdays after school.
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LEFT: Two sophomore girls use our excellent Library as an aid in doing term
papers. ABO VE: Carla Smedberg and Gary Fryda jimi the dictionary very helpful
in their studies. RIGHT: Some study periods are used for studying and others are
used for sleeping.
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Sophomore Class became involved in the many
The sophomore rollrooms enjoyed decorating their
doors and rooms, unfortunately no honors were
awarded to the sophomore rooms or doors.
The Christmas assembly was enjoyed by all the
sophomores. Paula Wettstein, the class secretary, told
Santa the wishes and a good time was had by all.
Many sophomores were involved in the Candy
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guys to the Christmas Leapyear Dance. All in all
sophomores had a lot of fun and a very merry
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ABOVE: Sophomore Rollroorn 243 add the finishing touches to their door
RIGHT: Rollroom 252 works together to decorate their room for the
holiday. FAR RIGHT: Sophomore secretary Paula Wettstein tells Santa the
sophomore chsses' wishes.
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ABOVE: Rita Kuitert and Barb Kraus tie up one of the many
bundles. BELOW: Tom Thurman exclaims '24nother big
bundle'i FAR RIGHT: Bundles after bundles are brought in
to make a successful project.
Hearing of the up-coming "Save the Children" drive
in December, the sophomore class officers got together
to decide upon a course of action for the class. Our
general feelings were similar to those expressed by Tom
Thurman in his campaign speech when he said that
"with the number of students in our class and the
enthusiasm we have, I feel we should take a greater
part in the Student Council activities and school
functions than we have in the pastv.
This drive seemed to be a good place to start. A
sophomore class meeting was called. We talked of
holding a competition type drive within the class. The
sophomore rollroom representatives liked the idea of
letting the sophs be heard in this cause.
And we found out with a great response, during the
first two weeks in December sophomore rollrooms
contributed outgrown, but not outworn, clothing by
the bag, box, and armful. Altogether we brought in
965 pounds of clothing, which equalled that of the
other two classes put together. The winning rollroom
was Mr. Johnson, room 151 with 221 pounds.
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homecoming with senior Fred Negus. RIGHT: The
sophomore class exhibits their pep at basketball pep
rally. FAR RIGHT: Study hall comes in very
handy for three sophomore girls. BELOW: Chuck
De Velice is taught the proper techniques of driving
a car. A great help for obtaining his driver 's license.
License- All Part of A Soph L1fe
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Above: Junior officers Mark Lavrenz, Cheri Royea, Valerie Garrett,
and Lee Geiger discuss plans for the class project. Right: Mark
Lavrenz gives his final campaign speech before class elections, which
were held October 16. Above right: Following a meeting of the
executive board, junior officers head for their lockers and then to
second hour classes.
Spirit, enthusiasm, and leadership helped to guide the Junior
Class through an exciting and successful year, under the leadership
of Mark Lavrenz, presidentg Lee Geiger, vice-president, Cheri
Royea, secretaryg and, Valerie Garrett, treasurer.
The spirit of a junior shows through his every action. Everything
he does says, "Look at me. I'm not a sophomore any more." It
takes a while for some new juniors to realize that theylre not sophs
now,but that they are juniors. They miss the leadership of the
graduated seniors. There are many unfamiliar faces as the new
"babies" come in. But when they do realize it, look out. They are
proud of the new rings they sport. They laugh at the funny things
they did when they were sophomores.
School enthusiasm increases in every junior. Juniors feel more a
part of everything. S 'iiors say to them, '6Come on and help usf'
Acceptance becomes more evident in all things which they
accomplish. This year they're the ones driving the cars to school,
not the ones riding. Leadership in all areas grows. New ideas that
never occurred before are brought before the class and the council.
Things begin to look a little better because they are juniors
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"I like the gold one."
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the class rings for the class of 1970.
Every year it has been a tradition for
students to order their class rings during the
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decide upon the design and colors the rings
are to have. The colors chosen for this year's
rings are blue, green, and gold.
Through the years, being in high school
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students. But, having a class ring means that
you will remember and cherish these high
school years for many years to come.
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decide upon class rings that their ojfcers have
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what colors they like best.
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RIGHT: Junior student, Betty Kelly,
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To finance the school's Domestic Exchange program,
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2nd to 16th, in which they made approximately
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selling candy. There were four drawings of names for
cash prizes of 825.00 each. If a student sold 72 boxes,
he received a six-transistor radio, 10 of which were
There were three top prizes for students selling the
most candy. First prize, a portable television set, went
to Betty Kelly, a junior. Second prize, a radio, went to
Greg Schaefer, also a junior. Third prize, a record
player, went to Mary Klake, a senior.
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to hurry and get to their jobs.
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local stores. Many work at gas stations
and drive-in restaurants.
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reasons. Some are earning money so
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to buy clothes or a new car. A few Work
because it gives them a feeling of accom-
plishment and satisfaction.
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working Juniors, washes car and truck
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To Earn Money For College, etc.
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local clothing store. KA bovej Vickie Pinkert finds that checking out grocerie
provides a worthwhile way to earn money for college.
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ABO VE: Algebra II teacher, Mr. Baechler, explains a puzzling math problem
to Susan Rasmussen. UPPER RIGHT: Linda Bertuleit makes good use of the
library when looking for a book, by using the card catalog. LOWER RIGHT:
As a Physical Science experiment, Steve Hinkley and Ed Kurzynski, raise and
lower the water level in a vibration tube.
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ri a Successful Year
ABO VE: Senior class ofjicers meet every Thursday noon to discuss class
business. Leading the Senior class through a very successful year were Robin
Mitchell, treasurerg Sue Pinnowl secretary,'Bill Murray, presidentg and Cindy
Fiebig, vice-president. BELOW: This year the senior class presented the band
with a flag to carry in the 1969 Inaugural parade.
Throughout the year Seniors participate in extra
activities which make the school year more reward-
ing. Those possesing acting ability have made the Se-
nior Class Play a success. Seniors possessing humor
and wit have aided by writing the Class Will and
Prophecy, and those with artistic talents decorated
the gymnasium for Senior Prom. Being a senior means
many things, it means responsibility and leadership.
Being a senior offers a feeling of self-satisfaction, a
knowing that all you have worked for during the past
three years will be acknowledged on graduation day.
It is also a time to look back on days past, and to
offer a friendly hand to those who will follow as
Seniors. It is also a time to stop and think about the
future. lt's rewarding to be a Senior.
Mary Jo Ablard
Linda L. Abler
Ritchie L. Adams
Thomas R. Adler
Virginia A. Albert
Robert J. Anderegg
Richard R. Annis
Robert J. Anthony
Richard B. Arndt
Janet L. Bachman
Karen A. Bacon
Diane E. Baggett
Ellen A. Ballwanz
Linda S. Balnis
Alan J. Balthazor
Judith A. Baltz
Carol J. Barnes
Linda L. Barthuly
Kathleen A. Bauer
Steven J. Beau
Sandra S. Bebow
Joe M. Beck
Julia B. Becker
Lookmg for zdeas for semor class projects, Bill Murray viszts
the yearbook office to look through old yearbooks.
Seniors Cheri h La tHomeeoming
ABO VE: Drum majoreite Debbie Kiehnau leads the band in the 1969 Homecoming
parade. This year the parade and the game were held on Friday night with the
dance Saturday night. RIGHT: Iraf Jabali, formerly of Tehran, Iran, attends
"Moments to Remember" with Rosemary Deslsles.
Karen M. Becker
Susan M. Behnke
Judith A. Bengel
Nell A. Bergman
Sandra K. Bernath
Allen L. Bertram
Steven H. Bertz
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Allan R. Birschbach
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Don E. Blattner
Brian L. Bloedorn
James E. Bogenhagen
James J. Bond
Karen A. Bond
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LEFT: Stopping to enjoy the scenery at tlze dance festivities are Jzm LeFeber
Sandy Garrett, Sandy Clzristensen, and Jeff Hoard. ABOVE: Before the dance
student council put in many hours decorating the gym. Anne La Borde and Karen
Schaetzel helped put up a few of the many balloons needed to complete tlze
Karol L. Bond
Carla K. Bonno
Tom R. Borndahl
Richard R. Bosin
Stephen J, Bostwick
David L. Boudry
Kristina M. Brandt
Barbara A. Braun
James P. Braun
Beverly R. Breister
Karen S. Brown
Darlene A. Bublitz
Mary B. Buckarma
Barbara J. Buehrens
Stephen R. Casper
Fred L. Christ
Peter J. Checki
Jerome A. Forester
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going to the room doors throughout the
building taking Iittle white slips of paper
from the door. These people are helping the
attendance office keep track of who is here
and who isn 't.
Seniors Serve School
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TOP: G.A.C, members display their pep to the student body in one of many assemblies. ABOVE:
Throughout the entire year Tim Freiss has served as the head technician for all school plays. One of
the many he worked on was "Of Thee 1 Sing".
Classes Become A W y Of Life
TOP: Don Blattner helps Karol Bond hgure out a diffcult math problem. ABO VE:
Before printing a poster, Cindy Morgan has to put the finishing touches on the mat.
RIGHT: In advanced chemistry all work requires accuracy. Chester Schwartz
weighs a powder element.
You hang around for twelve years so that you can
tackle college or a job. Most of us have caught on that
education is the best thing going. You try to take
courses which will benefit you later. But, you canit
always fit them in, so you end up taking Home
Economics instead of Sociology. But, after all, Home
Economics isjust as valuable as Sociology.
The many courses offered cover a broad area of
interests. They provide a technical and vocational, as
well as a college preparatory education. Industrial
Arts and Home Economics give a vocational back-
ground. Physics, Spanish V, and English 6C are but a
few of the college preparatory courses offered.
Sandra L. Christensen
Richard J. Christie
Bernard E. Clark
Leslie J. CommO
Jeffrey A. Cowles
Michael W. Davies
Howard M. Deanovich
Rosemary D. Des Isles
Kristine K. Diener
Denise J. Dion
Lawrence J. Ditter
David C. Domenget
Sharon A. Dorn
Charles L. Dowler
Robin L. Draves
Jean A. Dreifuerst
Michael A. Hayward
Timothy O. Dunn
Carey J. Dvorak
Margaret M. Eaton
Marceine A. Ehlert
Jacqueline J. Eigenbrodt
Mary B. Emery
Dale P. Emmer
Einar B. Erichscn
Patricia A. Erickson
Barbara A. Evans
Robert G. Everix
Steven P. Faris
Gerald O. Garvour
Brian J. Felda
Brooks L. Feldmann
Cynthia S. Fiebig
Roger A. Fields
Jan D. Fischer
Jean D. Fischer
Karen A. Fischer
Barbara J. Flood
Thomas G. Fontanna
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RIGHT: Working on decorations for Homecoming was one activity which filled rmzny free
periods. Cindy Fiebig, Paula Matthew, Bonnie Burroughs, and Mona Leasa try to complete
the train before the end of the hour. ABO VE.' John Wollner is just one of the students
who always go up the down staircase.
Senior Cheerleaders Exhibit Pep
ABOVE: During tryouts for JV cheerleading the
varsity cheerleaders taught the hopefuls a few
routines and basic moves they would have to
know. RIGHT: Varsity cheerleader Anne LaBorde
leads the school in a basketball cheer. This year the
cheerleaders made new uniforms for the basketball
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Melvin C. Freund
Kristine M. Friedel
Tim L. Freiss
Bruce G. Fryda
James G. Fryda
Michael L. Fuhrman
Susan J. Furnner
Roger J. Gajeski
Bonnie J. Galle
Michael B. Galles
William G. Gardner
Sandra J. Gerritt
Betsy J. Georg
Carl D. Gilmore
Mark W. Gottinger
Thomas M. Goudy
Joseph G. Grailer
Gary G. Graves
Harold A. Greene
Debby Lemke watches a Cardinal drive during the Oshkosh game in
Oshkosh. Throughoul the game the cheerleaders led the many Fondy
students who went to the game in cheers.
Steven H. Groh
Reed K. Gross
Rocky K. Gross
Rick N. Gulbrand
Deborah A. Gurno
David J. Gustin
Wilbert W. Haase III
Mark E. Hackbarth
Jean M. Halter
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Pamela K. Handley
Paul M. Hanisch
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Lawrence S. Hanson
Barbara K. Harmer
Judy M. Harper
Gerald F. Heisler
Daniel F. Hencke
Donna L. Schemmel
ABOVE, FAR RIGHT: Math 5 is a course offered to
those students who do quite well in math. ABOVE
RIGHT: Oral reports were given in Miss Thode's 6 W class.
FAR RIGHT.' Mr. Paulsen 's retail merchandising classes
did a survey, and they put up a bulletin board to illustrate
what they did. RIGHT: Group discussions are often held
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A great variety of subjects are open to all students, in-
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area of social studies and business education. With approxi-
mately 100 subjects offered, there is not always room to fit in
the subjects. Senior electives are offered only to seniors while
most other courses are open to all students in the school.
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Participation In Athletic
LEFT: Coach Bartolutti gives quarterback .lim Bogenhagen some
instructions for the next offensive series. ABOVE: Vicki Matthew
executes a knee scale on the balance beam.
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Theresa M. Herres
Gregory J. Hewitt
Jeffrey G. Hoard
Deidre R. Hobbs
Mary J. Hoepfner
Helen J. Hoffman
Robert A. Hofmann
John M. Holman
Michael A. Huber
Karen M. Hughes
Lois A. Huhn
Donald J. Hull
Betty A. Huth
Christine N. Jaber
John R. Jacobs
Sandra K. Jacobs
Karen L. Jenneke
Jon W. Joel
Jeff G, Johannes
Sue A. Swalby
Kent R. Johnson
Ronald M. Johnson
Deanna L. Jones
Peter T. Julka
D. Craig Kaemmer
Patricia A. Karst
Gary P. Kastorff
Karen A. Kees
Diane A. Kendall
Debra R. Kiehnau
Kathleen E. Kimbel
Lawrence A. Kimpel
Joseph C. Klinzing
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aides taking tickets and handing out programs
at football and basketball games. ABOVE:
Betsy Georg, Julie Graves, and Diane Korell
help clean up the south balcony after the
Spanish Club Christmas party. LEFT: In pre-
paration for the Red- White game, Trudy Peter-
son and Pam Handley put up posters for White.
Stephen A. Klotz
Joseph S. Knueppel
Karen K. Knuth
Beatrice J. Knutson
Jeffrey A. Kocos
Darlene M. Koenig
Raymond R, Koenigs
Gary L. Koepke
Kristin H. Konz
Diane M. Korell
Karen L. Koren
Kathleen A. Kosterman
Gail S. Kottke
Connie L. Kramer
Linda A. Kraus
Paul J. Kraus
Susan F. Kraus
Kenneth M. Krause
Barbara J. Kroes
Kathleen J. Krueger
Randall R. Krumbein
Assemblies ffer Senior
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ABOVE LEFT: Gary Kastorff set cards on the blackboard and the blindfolded lady guessed them
all correctly. LEFT: The pom pon girls portrayed the reindeer for the Christmas assembly. TOP
AND ABO VE .' Seniors helped in several other assemblies.
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Dance Brightens Spirit
ABOVE: Santa Claus, Dick Majewski, waves to the
"Children " wlzo visited him at the dance. RIGHT: A few
of the many couples stop to watch the others dance. V YY
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ing contest and the famous traveling
trophy. The room was decorated like a
Susan K. Kryzyanowski
Nancy J. Kubelt
Jeffrey R. Kuhnz
Edward J. Kurzynski
John P. Kurzynski
James H. Kuter
Anne M. LaBorde
James C. Lakin
Susan E. Lambeseder
Joan M. Landerman
Robert C. Lang
Barbara J. LaPine
Steve R. Lauer
Sharon A. Launders
Margaret A. Lehner
Deborah A. Lemke
Robert F. Lemke
Thomas J. Letourneau
Gerald G. Lichtenwald
Christopher E. Lindberg
Craig A, Lindberg
Barbara A. Litscher
Douglas L. Lloyd
Julie M. Loberger
Nancy J. Lord
Nancy L. Louis
Renee D. Lowe
Kenneth A. Ludkey
Joseph H. Lueloff
Katherine R. Luhman
Donald F. Maas
Duane V. Mann
Donna M. Manthey
Janice R. Markert
Mary C. Marx
Michelle A. Mathos
Paula L. Matthew
Victoria L. Matthew
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Miss Ko1zen's rollroom began to work with afew
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Each rollroom that entered the contest was judged on originality of idea.
Stimulates New Ideas
Timothy J. McAbee
Yvonne M. McCarthy
Debra A. McCarty
Jane L. McClellan
Kevin F. McCready
Mary E. McCullough
Candice J. McNinch
Joan M. Mehleis
Peter G. Meisinger
Daniel N. Meixensperger
Mark M. Meixensperger
Joseph P. Mengel
Steven G. Mensch
Maureen E. Merhoff
Thomas H. Merkel
Jeannine A. Merrill
Anita A. Meyer
Donald J. Meyer
Judith A. Meyer
Sara M. Meyst
James P. Michler
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Enhances Winter Seene
TOP LEFT: Kathy Hoover, Mary Klake, and Lynn Tonjes put the Hnishing touches on the
shields which were used to decorate the cafeteria. LEFT: Standing in one of the lookouts or.
the castle of Camelot are Karen Jenneke, Terry Wilson, Dave Anderson, and Margot Buch.
TOP: Many seniors attended Winter Formal this year. Among those who attended the annual
dance for the last time were Sue Pinnow and John Wollner and Debbie McCarty and Pete
Julka. ABOVE: Mr. McCreedy and Cindy Fiebig prepare to hang one of the murals painted
for the occasion.
ABOVE: A bunch of senior
boys survey the slopes at Pine
Mountain during one of the
weekend ski trips. ABOVE
RIGHT: Jerry Lichtenwald and
Craig Sandburg wait to begin
their trip down one of the
slopes. RIGHT: When Jim
Braun bought his skis the guar-
antee said that they were un-
Semor Enjo k1 Weekend
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Damon C. Mills
Gerald A. Milton
Joy M. Miras
Betty M. Miritz
Robin D. Mitchell
Douglas W. Mohr
Cynthia K. Morgan
Daryl D. Morgan
Orin L. Mueller
Mark A. Mumm
Robert L. Neas
Fredrick W. Negus,
Susan K. Neisius
Linda J. Nell
Lynne L. Nelson
J. Scott Nintzel
Donald S. Noe
Gary R. Oelke
Mary J. O'Hearn
Susan J. Oldfield
Joseph C. Olig
James U. Olson
Dale A. O'Neill
Richard A. Otto
Kathleen A. Pagel
John G. Parrish Ill
James W. Parman
David D. Perry
Raymond M. Peters
Glenn D. Peterson
Victoria L. Petri
Sally Jo Pfund
Judith A. Pickart
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forensics speeches trial runs for the speech and English classes.
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talking with his counselor Mr. Henning. BELOW: Ann Vale completes University of Wisconsin.
her application to the University of Wisconsin. ABOVE: Mr. Hargrave
Senior Look Forward
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Linda M. Pickart
Thomas A. Pickart
Deborah M. Pierce
Susan K. Pinnow
Richard L. Putz
Susanne F. Putz
Thomas L. Raab
Jon L. Rauls
Joseph M. Rauls
Ronald J. Rautenberg
Jeffrey J. Reeck
Holly B. Reesman
Jane E. Reinardy
Marilyn F. Reis
Brita J. Reque
Marilyn R. Retzleff
Kathy A. Rice
Brian F. Rickli
Nancy C. Ries
Shannon J. Riley
Cheryl L. Rock
Kent D. Rockweit
Cynthia S. Rodriguez
Janice A. Roehl
Barbara A. Ronning
Alan E. Rose
Linda M. Rosmonowski
Ellen K. Rost
Sandra L. Royea
Susan A. Saltzwadel
Elaine R. Sandmayr
Dale G. Santee
Patricia M. Schaefer
Karen M. Schaetzel
Ann K. Schafer
Nancy J. Schaub
Cynthia R. Schave
Susan M. Scheer
Thomas F. Scheer
Joel C. Scherer
Linda J. Schmidt
Carolyn J. Schmitz
Linda A. Schmitz
Ralph G. Schmitz
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manities class on understanding the mir-
acle of perception. Slze is illustratinga few
samples of her artwork to the students.
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ABOVE LEFT' Political scientists Greg
Wettstein, Carl Uffenbeck, and Robin
Draves examine some firefighting equip-
ment on a field trip to city hall.
ABOVE: Terry Wilson and Nancy Louis
tape a speech for Miss Rotter's classes.
' LEFT: Roundtable discussions are often
held in sociology.
Senior Girls Study Home EC
LOWLR LEFT One semester of the home ec course for senior girls is spent in
sewing FAR LI:F T AND RIGHT The second semester is spent in learning the
fundamentals of cooking and food and budget managemen t.
Daniel J. Schneider
Kathleen A. Schneider
Mark D. Schneider
Stephen F. Schneider
Wendy A. Schneider
Eric K. Schuenemann
Chester W. Schwartz
Darlene M. Schwartz
Gail J. Schwartz
Gregory S. Schwartz
Susan L. Schwartz
Mary B. Scott
Allan L. Searl
Suzanne K. Seering
Jane A. Seibel
Gail M. Serres
Gary R. Sharpe
Robin A. Shepard
John L. Shirey
Ann M. Sina
Marsha A. Slaght
Nancy J. Slavik
John N. Slavin
Sheila J. Smerling
Gary D. Smot
Jeanne S. Smith
Jeanne M. Smith
Kevin J. Smith
Timothy L. Smith
Stephen G. Smithers
Melody A. Smytlie
Michael W. Soffa
Mark R. Sondergard
Patricia J. Sonnenberg
John E. Sonnentag
Sandra A. Southard
Sharon R. Soyk
Thomas F. Stanchfield
Jill B. Stanke
Wayne L. Stark
Jo Ann M. Steffen
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ABOVE LEFT' Make-up and getting dressed is kind of crowded in the
small dressing rooms, but the east of "Of Thee I Sing" managed to do it
and still put on an excellent performance. ABO VE: Nancy Louis kept the
audience laughing as she portrays Laura Partridge in the All-School Play
'The S0lid Gold Clldilllld H LEFT: Cathy Griffn did a good job in
satirizing the modeling business in her role in "T he Solid Gold Cadillac".
Seniors Put ut Publication
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ready to issue one of their publications.
ABOVE AND RIGHT: Pat Karst and
Brian Felda, along with other members
of the yearbook staff spent many Satur-
days and nights working in the offce to
get the book done on time.
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Robert L. Steinbarth
Alice M. Stephany
John R. Stephany
Katherine J. Stiedaman
Mary A. Stiedaman
Donald M. Stoffel
Sally A. Stohlgren
Deborah A. Streeter
Diane M. Stubbe
Krystine A. Sullivan
William H. Sutter
Linda L. Talma
David L. Tank
Dena B. Tasch
Mark S. Tautges
Karen J. Theel
Jane Thompson - I '
Mary Tischer I' - f ,
Thomas Titel A '
Patricia A. Toll
Judith A. Topp
Jill A. Trott
Jane L. Turnbloom
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ent of this year's Elks Youth
Leadership contest. Julie is an
assistant editor of the Hi-Eye
and is a member of Spanish
Club and National Honor Soci-
Senior Honored For Achievement
Achievement proved to be one of the
basic ingredients of the class of '69 as seniors
received awards from the National Merit
Foundation, DAR, and Elks, as well as from
the school itself. Scholastic excellence was
recognized as five students were named Na-
tional Merit finalists. They were: Robert
Anderegg, Steven Bertz, Betsy Georg, John
Parrish, and Tom Scheer.
After elections, held by the Senior Class
and faculty, Susan Pinnow was chosen as
this year's recipient ofthe DAR Good Citi-
zen Award. Sue is the Senior Class secretary
and is a member of GAC. Julie Becker was
selected by the local Elks as the winner of
the Elks Youth Leadership Award.
LEFT: DAR Award winner Sue Pinnow
participates in the GA C. She works on her
costume for the variety show to make ita
success. ABOVE: Awards of another
nature were given to seniors throughout
the year. Many senior boys were awarded
letters this year. Cross country coach Del
Stacy gives out letters to a number of
outstanding members of the squad.
Plans for the Spring Tour began to formulate early in the school
year. The annual trip consists of tours of Washington, D. C. and of
New York City. First tlze students must sign up with Mr. Putman
and begin to make payments on the total cost of the trip. Any
student who don 't get to room 147 fast enough will find them-
selves on the waiting list. Among the many sights seen during the
spring vacation tour are the Capitol, the Smithsonian Institute,
the Washington Memorial, and the White House. In the pictures
above and left, the Spring Tour Group is seen getting instructions
prior to their departure.
East For Spring Vacation
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Patricia L. Wahoske
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JP e William J. Weber
Sandra L. Welch
Sharlee L. Wendt
Michael F. Westphal
Gregory P. Wettstein
Susan M. White
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Aw Margaret A. Willis
'51 Terry T. Wilson
Robert D. Winter
Mark P. Wisocki
Janice M. Wolfe
Carol A. Wollerman
John M. Wollner
Betty L. Yohan
Carol A. Zabolski
Howard R. Zanto
Daniel J. Zenner
Glenn T. Zimmerman
Judith M. Zimmerman
Stephen G. Zimmerman
Shirley A. Zitlow
Glenn J. Zivkovich
Marianne R. Zivkovich
Peggy J. Zoch
Jo Anne Zorn
Janice C. Zupke
Barbara L. Bera
Daryl A. Dudley
Graduation Finall Becomes
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measured for their caps. TOP: Marceine Ehlert zs measured by Mrs Powell
for the length of her gown. ABOVE: Exchange student Eznar Erzchsen wzll
graduate with the Class of '6 9.
ABLARD, MARY J. - Girls Chorus 21 French Club l, 21 Student Aide I, 2. 31 Pep Club I, 2,31
Library Service Club 2, 31World Understanding Club 31lntramurals I1 National Honor Society 2, 3.
AIZLER, LINDA L. - Red Cross Youth I, 31 Future Homemakers of America 31 Future Nurses Club
ADAMS, RITCHIE L. - Junior Varsity Football 11 Varsity Football 31 Weight Lifting l. 2,
Intramurals 2, 3.
ADLER, THOMAS B. - Junior Varsity Football I1Varsity Football 2.
ALBERT, VIRGINIA A. f Latin Club 11 Future Nurses Club 2, 31 Girls Athletic Association 21
Business Education Club 31 Future Homemakers of America 31 Red Cross Youth 31 Hi-Eye
ANDEREGG, ROBERT J. A Capella Choir I, 2, 31 "Oklahoma" I1 "My Fair Lady" 21 "Of Theel
Sing" 31Madrigal 31 Spanish Club 1, 2, 31 Student Council I, 2, 31 National Honor Society 21 Ski
Club 31 Badger Boys State 21 National Merit Semifinalist 3.
ANNIS, RICHARD R. - Cross Country 1, 2, 3: Wrestling I, 21Track 1, 2. 3.
ANTHONY, ROBERT J. - Spanish Club I.
ARNDT, RICHARD B. - Junior Varsity Wrestling I,Transferred from Campbellsport High School. 3.
BACHMAN, JANET L. - Intramurals I. Future Homemakers of America 3, Future Nurses Club 3,
Red Cross Youth 3.
BACON, KAREN A. -f Girls Chorus 3: Mixed Chorus 31 Service Club 31 Transferred from New
Holstein High School, New Holstein, Wisconsin, in 1967.
BAGGETT, DIANE E. A Regimental Band l1Cardinal Football Band I, 2, 31Parade Band l, 2, 31 Pep
Band I. 2, 31 Girls Choir 1, 21 Concert Band 2, 31 Orchestra 2, 31 Latin Club I1Ski Club 2, 31 Pep
Club 21 Girls Athletic Association I, 2, 31Summer Music Clinic Scholarship to Madison I1 Summer
Music Clinic Scholarship to Stevens Point 21 First in District and State Solo Ensemble Contest 21A
BALLWANZ, ELLEN A. f Latin Club I1 Pep Club 1, 2, 31 Creative Writers 21 Future Teachers 2. 31
World Understanding Club 3.
BALNIS, LINDA S. - Spanish Club 11 Future Homemakers of America 31Girls Athletic Association
BALTHAZOR, ALAN J.
BALTZ, JUDITH A. f Red Cross 2. 31 Future Homemakers of America 31 Drama Club 31 Future
Nurses Club 3.
BARGEWQUAST, ROBERT J.
BARNES, CAROL J.
BARTHULY, LINDA M. -- Future Homemakers of America 2, 31 Business Education Club 31 Girls
Athletic Association 3.
BAUER, KATHLEEN A. f French Club 2, 31 Spanish Club 2, 31 Girls Athletic Association 2, 31
Trarfsferred from Arlington High School in Indianapolis, Indiana, in 1967.
BEAU, STEVEN J.
BEBOW, SANDRA S. f Latin Club 11Pep Club I.
BECK, JOSEPH M. Junior Varsity Wrestling 11Spanish Club I, 21 Ski Club 2, 3.
BECK, RICHARD G.
BECKER, JULIA Forensics 31 Spanish Club l, 2, 3, Treasurer 31 Pep Club l, 21 Ski Club I, 2, 3,
Executive Board I, 2, Treasurer 31Student Council I, Z, 31 Poni Pom Girls 2, 3. Treasurer 21 Future
Teachers of America I, 2, 31 National Honor Society 31 Drama Club I, 31Jogging Club 31 World
Understanding Club 31 Hi-Eye Reporter I1 Hi-Eye Assistant News Editor 21 Hi-Eye News Editor 31
Girls Athletic Association l, 2, 31Student Council Award 1,21 QuiIl8L Scroll Award 21 Outstanding
Teen-ager Award 31 Youth Council l, 31 lst Place in Elks Leadership Contest 31 Domestic Exchange
Student 21 Badger Girls State Alternate 21 Sophomore Class Treasurer I1 All School Play 31
University of Wisconsin Summer Speech Institute l1Youth Council Decorations.
BECKER, KAREN M. f- Transferred from West Bend High School, 11 Ski Club 2, 31 Creative Writers
21Pep Club 2, 31 Spanish Club 2.
BEHNKE, SUSAN M. - Girls Athletic Association I, 2, 31 Girls Chorus 21A CapellaChoir 31 Ski Club
l, 2, 31 Drama Club 21 Latin Club l1Girls Athletic Council 31 French Club 2.
BENGEL, JUDITH A. - German Club 1, 2, 31 Latin Club 2, 31 Red Cross 31 Business Education Club
31 Future Homemakers of America 3,
BERA, BARBARA L. - Red Cross Club I, 2, 3. Secretary 31Girls' Athletics 1, 2.
BERENZ, GARY f Ski Club 21 Intramurals 2.3.
BERGMAN, NELL A. - Junior Varsity Red and White Team 3.
BERNATH, SANDRA K. v Girls Glee Club I, 2, 31 Drama Club 21 Red Cross Youth 31 Business
Education Club 3.
BERNDT, BEVERLY - Future Nurses 1. 21 Future Homemakers of America 21 Girls Athletic
BERNDT, STEVE f Junior Varsity Wrestling 1, 2.
BERTRAM, ALLEN L. f Intramurals I, 2, 3.
BERTZ, STEVEN f Spanish Club I, 2, 31 Debate Club 11 Future Teachers of America 11 National
Honor Society 2, 31 Spanish Pronounciation Contest-lst Place, AATSD Written Spanish
Contestf Ist Place 11 Spanish Pronounciation Contest- 2nd Place, AATSD Written Spanish
Contestf Ist Place 21 Math Contest' Top Quarter 21 National Merit Scholarship 31 Intramurals 3.
BERWIG, BONNIE J. Girls Choir l1German Club l1Future Homemakers of America 31lntramurals
BESTOR, JOHN D. A Junior Varsity Basketball I1 Junior Varsity Football l1Junior Varsity Baseball
I1 Varsity Basketball 2, 3, Captain 31 Varsity Baseball 2, 31 Varsity Football 31German Club I1 Pep
Club 21Letterman's Club 2. 3.
BETHKE, ROGER A.
BICKELHAUPT, JUDITH - Latin Club l.
BIENIEWSKI, ROBERT f Ski Club I.
BIRD, ALLAN R. - Ski Club 2, 3.
BIRD, JAMES S. - Spanish Ciub l1Ski Club 31 Intramurals I, 2, 3.
BIRSCHBACH, ALLAN R. - German Club 1, 2, 31 Student Council 2, 31 Ski Club 2, 31 Cardinal
Subscription Staff 31 National Honor Society 2, 3, Vice-President 3.
BIRSCHBACH, BARBARA J. Girls Chorus I1 Pep Club I, 2, 31 Girls Athletic Association 2, 31
Future Teachers of America 2, 31Ski Club 31 Intramurals 2, 3.
BLACKBURN, CONSTANCE f Orchestra 1. 2, 31 Spanish Club 1, 2, 31 Pep Club I, 2. 31 Ski Club 2:
Chess Club 21 Hi-Eye typist 31 "Oklahoma!" I.
BLAIR, ROBERT G., Jr. f Drama Club 21 Ski Club 2. 31 Pep Club 2, 31 Student Council 2, 3.
BLAKELY, LUCY J. f Girls Athletic Association 1, 2, 32 Ski Club I, 2, 31 Spanish Club I1 Girls
Chorus 21 Future Nurses 2, 3.
BLATTNER, DONALD E. A Junior Varsity Tennis 11 Yearbook and Hi-Eye Photographer I. 2, 31
Publications Scholarship I1 Varsity Tennis 21 Quill and Scroll 2.
BLOEDORN, BRIAN L. - Varsity Hockey l. 2, 31 Student Council I.
BOGENHAGEN, JAMES E, - Junior Varsity Football I1 Varsity Football 2, 31 Junior Varsity
Baseball I1Varsity Baseball 2, 31Weight Lifting 1. 21 Ski Club 21 Lettermans Club 2, 31 Intramurals:
Volleyball 2, 3, Basketball 2, 3.
BOND, JAMES J. - Junior Varsity Football I1 Varsity Football 1, 2, 31 Varsity Track 1, 2, 31 Drama
Club 11 Spanish Club 1, 21 Pep Club I, 2, 31 Lettennan's 1, 2, 3, Secretary 31 Student Council I, 2,
31 Ski Club 21 Class President 21 Cardinal Staff 31 Homecoming King 31 Sports Co-editor 31
All-Conference Football Team 2, 31 Badger Boys State 21 Football CoCaptain 31 High School
All-American 31 All-State Football Team AP+UPI 31 Back of the Year Conference and State 31
Associated Press Player of the Week 31Channel 5 All-Stars Team 31 Fondy Power Lifters 1, 2, 3.
BOND, KAREN A. f Girls Chorus I1 Spanish Club 1, 2, 31 Drama Club 1, 21Ski Club 2, 3-1Pep Club
21 Future Homemakers of America 31 Hi-Eye 2, 31 Reporter 2, Reporter and Cartoonist 31 Girls
Athletic Association 2, 31Pom Pom Girls 3132318 Music Ensemble Contest Award 31 Student Aid 2,
BOND, KAROL L. f Girls Chorus l1Spanish Club 1, 2, 31 Drama Club I, 21 Pep Club 1, 21 Ski Club 2,
31 Future Homemakers of America 31 Girls Athletic Association 21 State Music Ensemble Contest
Award 11Student Aid 2, 3.
BOND, THOMAS H.
BONNO. CARLA K. Spanish Club l, 21 Future Teachers Club I1 Red Cross Club 3: Girls Athletic
Association I, 2, 3.
BORNDAHL, THOMAS R. Latin Club I.
BOSIN, RICHARD R. f Ski Club 31 Intramurals: Volleyball 3.
BOSTWICK. STEPHEN J. Wrestling I.
BOTDORF. TIMOTHY f Wrestling I1 Intramurals: Wrestling 3.
BOUDRY, DAVID L. f Stage Band l, 2, 31Concert Band 1.2, 31Pep Band 1, 2, 31Football Band I,
2, 31Paradc Band l, 2, 31 A Capella Choir I, 21 Spanish Club l, 21German Club I, 21 Ski Club 1.2,
31 Youth Council I, 2, 3.
BRANDT. KRISTINA M. - Concert Band 1, 2, 31 Pep Band 1, 2, 31 Pit Orchestra - Oklahoma I1
Stage Band 2. 31 Football Band I, 2, 31 Parade Band I, 2. 31 Spanish Club 11 Girls Athletic
Association 2, 3.
BRAUN, BARBARA A.
BRAUN. JAMES P. - Wrestling 21 Spanish Club I1 Ski Club 2, 31 Pep Club 3: Intramurals l.
BREISTER, BEVERLY R. Girls Chorus 21 Latin Club I, 21 Chess Club 31 Pep Club 11Drama Club
11 Ski Club 21 Red Cross Youth 31 World Understanding 31 Forensics 31 Girls Athletic Association I1
Intramurals 2, 31 Honorable Mention in Local L'Abilities Counts" Contest 2.
BRICKLE, MICHAEL S. - Spanish Club 2.
BROWN, KAREN S. f Regimental Band 11 Pep Band 1, 21Concert Band 2, 31 Future Nurses Club 3.
BUBLITZ. DARLENE A.
BUBLITZ, DIANA - Girls Athletic Association I.
BUCKARMA, MARY B. -- Girls Athletic Association 11 Red Cross Youth 31 Future Homemakers of
BUEHRENS. BARBARA f Latin Club 11 Pom Pom Girls 2, 3, Secretary 31 Ski Club 1, 2, 31CardinaI
Advertising 21 Future Nurses Club 21 Pep Club Z1 Student Council 3.
BUELOW. WILLIAM - Spanish Club 1, 21 Wrestling 2.
BURKHARDT, JAMES - Spanish Club I, 2, 3.
BURROUGHS. BONNIE f Girls Choir 1, 21 Student Council 1, 2, 31 Girls Athletic Association l, 2, 31
Pep Club I. 2, 31Ski Club l, 2, 3, Executive Board 2. 31 World Understanding 2, 31Gymnastics 1.2.
CARLING. CALVIN -f Regimental Band 1, 21 Cardinal Marching Band I, 2, 31 Los Banditos 1, 21
Concert Band 31 Inaugural Marching Band 31 Spanish Club I1 Intramurals l, 2, 31 Junior Varsity
CASPER, STEVE R., Track I1Golf I,
CHADBOURNE, DONALD Ski Club l, 2, 31German Club 31 Intramurals 3.
CHALOUPKA, JOHN Student Aid I, 21 Ski Club I, 21 Chess Club 21lntramurals 3.
CHECKI, PETER J. Latin Club I, 2. 31 Ski Club 31Cardinal Subscription Staff 31 Intramurals 3.
CHRIST. FREDRICK L. - Tennis I1 Spanish Club l1Chess Club 2.
CHRISTENSEN, SANDRA L. - Chorus I1 Girls Athletic Association I, 2, 31 Junior Varsity
Cheerleader I: Varsity Cheerleader 21 Pom Pom Girls 31 Gymnastics I, 2, 31 Pep Club 1. 21Jogging
Club 31 Ski Club I, 2, 31 Business Education Club 3.
CHRISTIE, KAY Latin Club I1 Library Service Club 31 Business Education Club 3.
CHRISTIE. RICHARD J.
CLARK, BERNARD E. Student Council 2, 31 Ski Club 21 Intramurals I, 2, 3,
CLEVELAND, PAUL A Capella Choir I, 2, 31 Madrigal I, 31 Chess Club 2.
COLLAR, RANDALL f Junior Varsity Football l1National Honor Society 21 Attended Delavan High
School. Delavan, Wisconsin, grades I0 and ll.
COLWARD. RENEE Ski Club 3:Girls Athletic Association 31 Intramurals 2, 3.
COMMO, LESLIE J.
COWLES, JEFFREY A. - Junior Varsity Wrestling I1 Spanish Club 1, 2, 31 Letter of Commendation
from National Merit Scholarship1 Intramurals 3.
DALEY. DIANE f Latin Club I1 Red Cross Youth 31Girls Athletic Association 31Intramurals 2, 3.
DAVIES, MICHAEL W. f Tennis l,2, 31Chess Club 2, 3, Vice-President 31 Intramurals I, 2, 3.
DEANOVICH, HOWARD M. - Varsity Hockey 1, 2, 31 Junior Varsity Football l1Letterman'S Club 3.
DE JONG, JAMES G. f Regimental Band l1Pep Band I, 2, 31 Marching Band 1, 31Concert Band 2, 31
Junior Varsity Wrestling I. 21 Intramurals 1. 31 Junior Varsity Cross Country 21German Club I, Z,
3, Treasurer 2. President 31 Student Council I, 2, 3, President 31 Ski Club 2, 31 Pep Club Z1 Youth
Council 31 Third Place Elks Youth Leadership Contest 31 Domestic Exchange Student to Roanoke.
Virginia 21Class president 2.
DES ISLES, ROSEMARY D. - Transferred from St. Mary's Springs High School, Fond du Lac,
Wisconsin1 Girls Athletic Association 2, 31 Spanish Club 21 Pep Club 2.
DIENER. KRISTINE K. - Concert Band I, 2, 31Pep Band 1, 2, 31 Parade Band l, 2, 31 Football Band
I. 2, 31 Girls Glee Club I1 A Cappella Choir 2, 31 Madrigal 21 Latin Club 21 Spanish Club 2, 31
Future Teachers of America 2, 31Twirling Club 21 Drama Club 31 Hi-Eye Reporter 1, 2, Circulation
Manager 31 Girls Athletic Association Z, 31 Summer Music Clinic-Madison University 2, 31 National
Honor Society 2, 31 Quill and Scroll 2. 31 Youth Council 1, 2, 31 "My Fair Lady"1"The Pleasure ol'
His Company"1 "The Adding Machine"1 "Of Thee I Sing"1 "The Solid Gold Cadillac"1 Teenage
DION, DENISE J. - Pep Club I, 2, 31 Student Council 1, 2, 31 Future Nurses 2, 31 Future
Homemakers 2, 31Girls Athletic Association I, 2, 3.
DITTEL, DIANE f Intramurals I, 21 Girls Athletic Association 3.
DITTER. LAWRENCE J. f- World Understanding Club 3.
DOMENGET, DAVID G. - Regimental Band I1 Concert Band 2, 31 Parade Band 1, 2, 31 Junior
Varsity Basketball1 Junior Varsity Baseball1 Latin Club l, 2: Boys Intramurals I, 2, 3.
DONOVAN, MARY H.
DORN, SHARON A. Girls Chorus l1Pep Club l1Pom Pom Girls l1Future Homemakers of America
31Student Council 31 Hi-Eye Circulation 31Girls Athletic Association 3.
DORST, THOMAS Junior Varsity Football I1 German Club 1. 2, 3, Vice President 31 Executive
Board 31 Ski Club 21 National Honor Society 31lntramurals 3.
DOWLER. CHARLES L. Junior Varsity Wrestling I.
DRAVES. ROBIN L.
DREIFUERST, JEAN A. - Library Service Club 2, 3.
DUDLEY. DARYL A. - Varsity Football 2, 31 Varsity Wrestling 2, 31Weight-lifting 21 Intramurals 2.
DUNN. TIMOTHY O. Junior Varsity Football I1 Track I, 2, 31 Powerlifters l1lntramurals 1. 2, 31
Goll 21Cross Country 31 Ski Club 2.
DVORAK, CAREY I. Girls Athletic Association l1Ski Club 3.
EATON, MARGARET M. f Girls Choir 1, 21 A Capella Choir 31 Girls Athletic Association I, 21 Pep
Club I1Latin Club I, 21 Ski Club 2, 31 Drama Club 21Chess Club 31 Red Cross Youth 3.
EHLERT, MARCEINE A. A Girls Athletic Association I1Latin Club I, 2, 31 Junior Classical league 31
Future Teachers of America 1, 31 Library Service Club 31 Business Education Club 31 Red Cross
Youth 31 Student Aide 31 Intramurals l1Track 2, award for 440-yard run.
EIGENBRODT, JACQUELINE J. - Pep Club I. 2. 31Girls Athletic Association 1, 2, 31 Jogging Club
3:Track 2, 3.
EMERY. MARY B. - Student Council 1, 2, 31 Pep Club l1Ski Club 21 Girls Athletic Association I, 21
Junior Varsity Red and White I, 2.
EMMER, DALE P.
ERICHSEN, EINAR B. f A Cappela Choir 31 Ski Club 31 attended Ringenke Gymnas, Norway, I, 2,
foreign exchange student.
ERICKSON. PATRICIA A. f Red Cross Youth 1, 31 Future Homemakers of America 1, 2, 31reporter
21 intramurals 3.
EVENS, BARBARA A. f Latin Club I, 21 Girls Athletic Association I, 2, 31 Library Service Club 2, 3.
EVANS, KIM - Junior Varsity Baseball 1: Junior Varsity Basketball I1 Varsity Basketball 2, 31
Spanish Club 1, 2.
EVERIX, ROBERT G. Junior Varsity Golf I, 2: Pep Club l, Z, 3: Spanish Club I. 21Chess Club 24
Ski Club 2, 31StlldCn! Council 1. 2: Intramurals l. 2, 3.
EWERDT, DEBRA M.
EWERDT, DONALD T. Spanish Club l .Ski Club 2.
FARIS. STEVEN P, f Junior Varsity Football I: Truck lg Varsity Football 2: Spanish Club 1, 2434
Chess Club 21Ski Club 34 Intramuralsi Basketball 21 Volleyball 3.
FARVOUR, GERALD O. Intramurals 1 Football lqwrestling 3.
FELDA, BRIAN J. -- Regimental Band l. 24 Pep Band 1, 21 Parade Band I, 2, 34 Concert Band 34
.lunior Varsity Basketball l. 21 Varsity Basketball 3, Varsity Baseball 1, 2. 3: Spanish Club I, 2, 3:
Student Council I, 2, 33 Letterman's Club 2, 3: Powerlifters 2, 31 I-li-Eye Sports Reporter 2. 3:
Cardinal Yearbook Sports Co-Editor 3: Badger Boys Representative 2.
FELDMANN. BROOKS L. Latin Club l, 25 French Club 31 Chess Club 24 Ski Club 34Wrestling 24
Intramurals 34 Forensics 2, 3.
FERRIS. MARY J. - Drama Club l1Fulurc Homemakers of America 34Girls Athletics Association I:
FEUERHAMMER. WILLIAM R.
FIEBIG, CYNTHIA S. - French Club l. 2. 3: Pep Club I, 2. 31Cluss Vice President 3: Ski Club 34
Jogging Club 31lntrzimuralx I, 2, 3: lnterscholastic Varsity Volleyball 31Truck Team 2.
FIELDS, ROGER A. f Varsity Track 1, 2,31I.etterman's Club 3.
FINK, CATHERINE Girls Choir l,2, 3: Drama Club I 3 Red Cross Youth l,21l-'uture Homemakers
ot' America 3: Girls Athletic Association I, 2.
FISCHER, JAN D, Intramurals l, 2. 3: Girls Athletic Association I, Z. 3: Latin Club I:Ski Club 3.
FISCHER. JEAN D. Intramurals I. 2, 34 Girls Athletic Association I. 2, 34 Latin Club lgSki Club 3.
FISCHER, KAREN A. f French Club 1, 3:Ski Club l, 2, 3: Pep Club 34Girls Athletic Association 2:
Gymnastics 1, 2, 31 Girls Track I. 2. 34 Intramurals lglntcrscholastic Volleyball 3.
FLOOD, BARBARA J. - Orchestra I, 2, 34 Girls Glee Club l: Accupclla Choir Z. 3. Madrigal 34
"Oklahoma" 14 "My Fair Lady" 2: "Ot'Thce I Sing" 31 German Club l. 21 Future Nurses Club ll
Ski Club 24 Drama Club 2:Girls Athletic Association 1.13,
FONTANNA, THOMAS G. f Intramurals 24 Spanish Club 1, 2: Chess Club 2, 34 Ski Club 2.
FORESTER, JEROME A.
FRENCH, JEFF J. - Intramurals 2, 3.
FREUND, JOAN R,
FREUND, MELVIN C.. JR. - Junior Varsity Football l4Varsity Football 2. 34Varsity Baseball 1, 2,
3: Sophomore Class President 1: Lelterman's Club l, 2, 3: President 3.
FRIEDEL, KRISTINE M. - Girls Choir I: A Capella Choir 2, 3: Girls Athletic Association I, 2.
FRIESS, TIM L. - Regimental Band 1: Pep Band l, 2, 3: Marching Band l, 24 Concert Band 2, 3:
Football Band 2, 3: Parade Band 31 German Club 11 Spanish Club 2.
FRITZ, MARY E. - Red Cross Youth 2, 3.
FRYDA, BRUCE G.
FRYDA, JAMES G. - Intramurals 3,
FUIIRMAN, MICHAEL L. Cross Country I4 Junior Varsity Basketball 11 Track l, Z: Power Lifters I,
2, 34 Varsity Basketball 24 Intramurals 33 Ski Club 3: Pep Club 3.
FURNER, SUSAN J. - Girls Chorus ILA Capella Chorus 2.34 "My Fair Lady" Z: "Of Theo I Sing" 34
Mudrigal Singers 31Gem1an Club I, 2, 3: Red Cross Youtli 21 Drama Club 2: Ski Club 2: Pep Club Z.
Cardinal Circulation 2, 3,
GAJLSKI, ROGER J. - Regimental Band l:March1ng Band 1, 2. Concert Band 2, Intramurals l, 2, 3.
GALLE, BONNIE J. f Red Cross Youth 1, Z, 34 Future Homemakers of America 2, 3.
GALLES, MICHAEL B. - Junior Varsity Football I:Varsity Football 2, 33 Junior Varsity Basketball
I1 Varsity Basketball 2. 3:Track l, 2, 3gLetterman's Club 2, 34 Ski Club 2: Badger Boys State 2.
GARDNER, WILLIAM G.
GARRLTT, SANDRA J. f Chorus, l:Spunlsh Club l, Z: Ski Club 1.3,
GAU,AR1.ENli ff Latin Club lglfuture Nurses Club 2, 31 Girls Athclctic Association 3.
GEORG, BETSY J. - Girls Glee Club l: Student Council 2, 34World Understanding Club 3: Spanish
Club l, 2, 3: Youth Council l, 2, 3, Treasurer 34 National Science Foundation Summer Science
Program l: Quill and Scroll 2: National Merit Semi-tinalist 34 Debate l, Z, 3: Forensics 1, 2. Hi-Eye
1, 2, 3, Editor 3: National Honor Society 2, 3.
GIERIL, DONNA M, - Red Cross Youth 1. Transferred from Appleton West High School, Appleton,
Wisconsin in 1967.
GILMORE, CARL D. f Concert Band 1, 2, 3: Stage Band lg Dixieland Combo lg Pep Band I, 2, 31
Cardinal Football Band 1, 2, 3: Goodrich Parade Band 1, 2, 3: Linden Street Jazz Society 2:
German Club Z4 National Honor Society 2, 3,
GOESER, DEBORAH A. - Girls Glee Club Z, 31 Red Cross 2, 3.
GOTTINGER, MARK W. f Junior Varsity Football 14 German Club I.
GOUDY, THOMAS M. f Band 14 Student Council I.
GOYER, JAMES A.
GRAVES, GARY G. f Intramurals 1, 2.
GRAVES, JULIA A. -- Girls Chorus I1 Junior Varsity Cheerleader l, 2: Varsity Cheerleader 3: Ski
Club I, Z, 3: Class Secretary I: Pep Club I, 21 Girls Athletic Association 14 Youth Council l, 2,31
Spanish Club I, 2, 3: Hi-Eye 1: Inkwell 24 Volleyball Intramurals 24 Future Teachers Association 2:
Student Homecoming Court I: Homecoming Queen 34 American Field Service Student to Costa
GRAY, THOMAS R.
GREENE, HAROLD A. - Regimental Band l,Pep Band 1, 2, 35 Football Band l, 2, 34Concert Band
Z, 3: Los Bunditos 2g Junior Varsity Football lg Purdue Band Camp Scholarship I, Z.
GREUEL, JAYNE - Red Cross Club l, 21 Business Club 34 Intramurals 1, 2.
GRIBBEN, THOMAS L. - Track l, 2, 31Weiglitlifting 1, 24 Cross Country 2, 3: Junior Varsity
Football 14 Intramurals 1, 2, 3.
GRIFFIN, CATHERINE J. f Girls Glee Club Z4 Madrigal Singers 34 School Musical 3: A Cappella
Choir 3: Pep Club l, Z, 3: Spanish Club 1, 2, 34 National Honor Society 2, 31 Ski Club 2, Drama
Club 3: Girls Athletic Association 1, 2, 3: School Play 3.
GROH, STEVEN H. - A Cappella Choir l, 2, 34 School Musicals I, 2, 31lntIamur3lS 3: School Plays
GROSS, REED K.
GROSS, ROCKY K.
GULBRAND, RICK N. - German Club Z: Ski Club 2, 31lnt!amurals l, 2, 3.
GULIG, GARY li.
GURNO, DEBORAH A. - Red Cross Youth 34 Business Education Club 3.
GURNO, EDWARD L. f Junior Varsity Football 14 Varsity Track l:Weight Lifting lp Intramurals l.
GUSTIN, DAVID J. f Track lgCross Country l4Varsity Track 2g Varsity C1-055 Country 23 Varsity
Track 34Varsity Cross County 3.
GUYETTE, MARK R. f Varsity Football 1, 24TraCk l:Student Council lg Executive Board Ski Club
2: President of Ski Club 3.
HAASE, WILBERT W. Ill - Varsity Football 1, 21Trnck l1Ski Club lg Student Council lg Executive
Board Ski Club 2, 3.
HACKBARTI-I, MARK E. - Spanish Club I, Z4 Ski Club 3,
HAESSLY, JOHN J.
HALTER, JEAN M. - Spanish Club 2, 34 Red Cross 34 Girls Athletic Association l, 2, 3.
HALTER, MARTHA e Spanish Club 1, 2, 3: Pep Club 14 Future Nurses Club l, 2: Future Teachers
Club 34 Cardinal Advertising Staff 24 G.A.A. Intramurals I, 2, 3.
HAMBERGER, CRAIG F. - Orchestra l. 2, 34 Football I, 2: Tennis l, 2, 3: German Club 2, 3:
Student Council Representative l:Student Council Alternate 2, 3.
HANDLEY. PAMELA K. - Spanish Club 2, 3: Girls Athletic Association 34 R and White Game 2, 3:
Volleyball Intramurals 3.
HANISCH. PAUL M.
HANKE, BRUCE R.
HANSEN, DENNIS A. Ski Club 3.
HANSON. LAWRENCE S.
HARMER, BARBARA K. French Club 14 Future Teachers of America I, 2, 3: Girls Athletic
Association 2, 3: Pep Club 34 Intramurals 2, 3: National Merit Letter of Commendation.
HARPER, JUDY MAY Girls Glee Club 2, 3:Transferred from La Cross.
HAYWARD. MICHAEL A. f Junior Varsity Wrestling 1,
HEFTER. BARBARA E. - Spanish Club l: Red Cross Youth Club 3: Co-Ed correspondent Co-Ed
I-IEISLER, GERALD F.
HENCKE. DANIEL lf.
HENDRICKS, THOMAS J. - Spanish Club lglntramurzils 3.
HENSLIN, BONNIE J. f Intramurals 1. 2, 3: Pep Club I, 2: Girls Athletic Association lgDram:ltics
Club I . Z. 34 Red Cross Youth Club 2, 3: Future Nurses Club 2, 3.
HERMAN, CAROL Ski Club l, 2, 3: Pep Club 2: French Club 2g Student Council l, 2, 3: Girls
Athletic Association I. 2, 3.
HERRES, THERESA M. Girls Athletic Association I. 2, 3: Pep Club 1, 2, 33 Future Teachers ol'
America I, 2, 3: German Club 1. Z, 3: Ski Club 3: Student Council l, 2, 3. Student Council
HERRMANN, CHRISTINE 51. - Pep Club 2, 3gCreative Writers Club 2, 34 Ski Club 31 Inkwell 2. 3.
HEWITT, GREGORY .lf Pep Club 2.
HOARD. JEFFREY G. Concert Band l, 2: Cardinal Football Band I, 2: Wrestling l, 24 Spanish
Club l. Student Council lg Pep Club l4Class Vice-President l:Student Council Executive Board lg
Letterrnurfs Club 2, 3:H0mecoming Court l 1 Red and White Cheerleader 3.
HOBBS. DEIDRE R. Latin Club I 4 Drama Club l1Girls Athletic Association I, 2, 34 Ski Club I, 2,
3:Pep Club 2, 3: French Club 2, 3: President: Pom-Pom Girls 3: Red and White Game 3.
HOEPFNER, MARY J. Girls Chorus lg Pep Club 1, 2, 3: Latin Club I4 Future Homemakers of
America Z4 Girls Athletic Association 2, 3: Drama Club 2: Ski Club 3: Elected: Future Homemaker
ot' America for Goodrich 3.
HOFFMANN, HELEN J. Pep Club 2, 3: Intramurals 2: Girls Athletic Association 3: Future
Homemakers of Amcricu 21 Red Cross 2: Transferred from San Angelo Central High School, San
Angelo, Texas junior year.
HOLMAN, JOHN M. Intramurals I, 2. 3: Ski Club I. 2, 3: Chess Club 2: Student Aid 2.
HOOPS, SANDRA J. - Girls Chorus lg ACapella Choir 2, 34 Girls Athletic Association I. 2, 3:
Inkwell 2: Drama Club 1, 2, 34 Future Nurses 1, 2. 3, Future Homemakers 1, 2, 34Pep Club l, 2, 3:
Ski Club 1: 2, 34 Red Cross Youth I, 2, 34 Inkwell 3: High Eye, Reporter l: Gold medal for
Solo-Ensemble in Girls Chorus l.
HOYT, MARY Girls Athletic Association l. 2. 3: Pep Club l. 2, 3: Ski Club 2. 3gCreatlvc Writers
Club 2: National Honor Society 2, 3: Business Education Club 3. 'Treasurer 3: Inkwell 2g Gymnastics
2: Badger State Girl Representative 2: Homecoming Court 3: Homecoming Float 2.
HUBER, MICHAEL A. f German Club 2, 3: Intramurals 3: Volleyball 3.
HUEBNER, RAY Intramurals l, Z, 3: Spanish Club I, 2. 3: Ski Club 3.
HUGHES, KAREN M. f Spanish Club I, 2, Sergeant at arms 24 Ski Club 25 Red Cross Youth 2, 3,
Sergeant at arms 3: Girls Athletic Association 2, 3: Red-White Game 3.
HUHN, LOIS A. f Choir lg Pep Club 1, 2, 34 Future Nurses Club I, 24 Future Homemakers of
America 21GirI'S Athletic Association 2, 3.
HULL, DONALD J, German Club l, 2, 3: Ski Club 2: Pep Club 3.
HUTH, BETTY A. Girl's Chorus lg Ski Club I, 2: Red Cross Club I4 Student Council 2, 3.
JABALI, IRAI - Transferred from Tehran, lrun, 3,
JABER, CHRISTINE N. - Latin Club I, 2: Future Nurses Club 2, 3: Red Cross Club 2, 3: Ski Club 2:
Intramurals 21 Business Education Club 3: American Institure for Foreign Study 3.
JACOBS, JOHN R, A Capella Choir l, 2. 3.
JACOBS, SANDRA K.
JENNEKE, KAREN L. Band l, 2, 3: Pep Club l, 2, 3: Pep Band 1. 24OrChestra 3: Ski Club l, 2, 3:
Director 3: Spamsh Club I, 2: Drama Club l1World Understanding Club 3: Hi Eye 2: Yearbook 31
Reporter 3: Girl's Athletic Association I, 2, 3: Girl's Athletic Council 3: Interscliolustic Volleyball
3: Red and White Game I. 2, 3: National Honor Society 2, 3.
JOEL, JON W.
JOHANNES. JEFFREY G. Spanish Club l1Chess Club Z.
JOHNSON, DUANE H. Wrestling I, Z, 3:Cross Country 31Transl'erred from Stoughton Senior High
School, Stoughton. Wis.
JOHNSON, KENT R. Football l4Varsity Football 2.
JOHNSON, RONALD M. Intramurals 1, 2, 3.
JONES, DEANNA L. Girls Glee Club 2: A Capella Choir 31 Pep Club I, 2, 31German Club l, 2, 31
"My Fair Ludy" 2: "Of Thee I Sing" 3: Business Club 34Girls Athletic Association I, 2, 3.
JULKA, PETER T. - Tennis I, 2, 3: German Club lg Leltermuns Club 34 Hi-Eye Reporter 14 Hi-Eye
Sports Assistant 2: Hi-Eye Photographer 34 Hi-liye Sports Editor 34 Intramurals I, 2, 3: Student
Council 2, 3.
KAEMMER, D. CRAIG -f A Capella Choir 3: "Of Thee lSing" 3: Hockey 3: Football I, 2: Wrestling
lg Spanish Club l, 2, 3: Ski Club 2, 3: Drama Club 3: Pep Club 3: Domestic Exchange 24 National
Merit Letter ol' Commendation 3: "Solid Gold Cadillac" 3: Variety Show 3.
KARPATHIAN, KERRY Intramurals I, 2.
KARST, PATRICIA A. f Latin Club 1, 2: Forensics l4Spanish Club 2: Pep Club I, 2: Future Teachers
ol' America I 4 Drama Club 2: Red Cross Youth 24 Hi-Eye Reporter l, 2: Cardinal Assistant Editor 1,
2: Cardinal Circulation 24 Cardinal Editor-in-Chief 3:Girls Athletic Association I, 2: Delmar Printing
Company Journalism Scholarship 24 Quill and Scroll 2: Jaycee's Outstanding Achievement Award
Scholarship 2: University of Detroit -4 Summer journalism workshop Z1Fond du Lac Youth Council
I, 2, 31Fond du Lac Commonwealth Reporter Correspondent I, 2.
KASTORFF, GARY P. f Tennis Junior Varsity l, 2, Ski Club 2, 3.
KASTORFF, KENNETH G.. JR.
KEES, KAREN A. f Girls Athletic Association l, 2, 3: Latin Club 1, 2, 3: Red Cross Youth 3:
Business Education Club 3: Junior Varsity Red-White Team 14 Varsity Red-White Team 2, 3:
lntcrscholastic Junior Varsity Basketball 2: Varsity 3.
KELLY, ROBERT Library Service Club 3.
KENDELL, DIANE A. - Girls Chorus 1: Spanish Club l, 2, 3: Pep Club Z, 3: World Understanding
Club 3: Debate lg Drama Club 3:Girls Athletic Association 3: Jogging Club 3: Ski Club 3: American
Field Service 3.
KIEHNAU, DEBRA Pep Band l, 2, 3: Marching Band l: Cardinal Football Band 2, 3: Drum
Majorette 2, 3: Parade Band 2. 3: Concert Band 2, 3: Regimental Band I4 Future Nurses Club l. 24
Pep Club I: Latin Club I, 2. 3: Cardinal Staff Circulation 34 Cardinal Reporter 3: Girls Athletic
Association 1, 2, 31"Of Thee I Sing" 3.
KIMBLE, KATHLEEN E. f Regimental Band 11 Pep Band l, 2, 34 Marching Band I, 2. 34 Football
Band I. 2, 34 Concert Band 2, 34 Choir 2, 34 Girls Glee Club 24 Inaugural Band 31 Future
Homemakers of America 3: Business Education Club 3: Future Nurses Club 34 Hi-Eye 34 Girls
Athletic Association 1, 2, 34 "Of Thee I Sing" 3.
KINBEL, LAWRENCE A. - A Capella Choir 1, 2, 34 Regimental Band I, 2: Pep Band I, 2, 34 Cardinal
Football Band 2, 34 Concert Band 34 Marching Band 2, 33 Junior Varsity Football I1 Wrestling 24
Intramurals 24 Latin Club 2, 34 Scholarship to Purdue University Music Camp 24 "Oklahoma" I:
"My Fair Lady" 2.
KLAKE. MARY Latin Club lgPep Club I, 2, 3, Drama Club 1,21 Ski Club I, 2, 3: Student Council
1, 2, 3: Creative Writers 2, 34 Inkwell 2, 31Hi-Eye Reporter 33 Cardinal Reporter 3:Girls Athletic
KLAPPERICH, LINDA f Red Cross Youth 1: Business hducation Club 31lntramuralsl,2
KLEINHANS, JAMES - Regimental Band l :Marching Band I. 31Concert Band 2, 3: Stage Band 2. 3:
German Club I.
KLINZING, JOSEPH C. - Weight Lifting l. Z. 33 Varsity Track I. Z. 3. Varsity Football 2, 3:
Intramurals 2,31Letterman's Club 1. 2, 3, Treasurer 31 Pep Club 2, 3. President 31 Ski Club 2. 3:
All-Conference Second Tcam Offensive 31 Homecoming Court 31Rcd Cheerleader 3.
KLOETZKE, DONALD Student from Wiesbaden High School. Germany.
KLEBS, RONALD Transferred from Horace Mann lligh School. North I-'ontl du Lac. Wisconsin 3.
KLOTZ, STEPIIILN A, f Varsity Baseball I. 2. 31Juntor Varsity Football lg Varsity I-'ootball 2, 31
Weight Lifting I. 21 Letlerman's Club 2. 31 Ski Club 31 Intramurals 1. 2. 3. Red and White
KNUEPPEL, JOSEPH S. f Varsity Wrestling 1.2. 3: Letter'rnan's Club 2, 3.
KNUTH, KAREN K. Girls Choir 1.
KNUTSON. BEATRICE J.
KOCOS, JEEEERY A. - Junior Varsity Wrestling l,Varsity Wrestling 2. 31 Varsity Football Z1 Power
Lifters l, 2, 31German Club l:lntramurals l, 2. 3.
KOENIG, DARLENE M. Spanish Club 3:Girls Athletic Association l, 2: Girls Athletic Association
KOENIGS. RAYMOND Junior Varsity Golf I. Varsity Golf 2, 31Spanish Club l1lntrarnuralsI.2.
KOEPKE, GARY L. Junior Varsity Wrestling 1. 3:Skt Club 2, 31 Spanish Club 1.2,
KONZ, KRISTIN H. Girls Glee Club l:Concert Band 1. Z1 Pep Band 1. 21 Marching Band I, 21 All
Star Chorus 21A Capella Choir 2, 31Madrigal Singers 2. 3: "Of Thee I Sing" 31"My lfair Lady" 2:
State Solo Ensemble Contest 21 Pep Club I. Z. 31 German Club I, 2g Drama Club l, 2, 31 Ski Club
Director l. 2, 3: French Club 21 National Honor Society 2, 31Hi-Eve Reporter I. Z. Cardinal Copy
Staff 31 Cardinal Advertising Staff 3: Girls Athletic Association l,2. 3: interscholastic Basketball l.
21 Girls Red Varsity Team 1. 21 Secretary-Treasurer oiiGirls Athletic Association 31 Youth Council
l, 21 Forensics 3.
KORELL. DIANE M. Concert Band I1 Marching Band 11 Girls Glee Club I: Spanish Club l. 3, 3:
Pep Club l. 2, 3: Student Council I, 2, 31 Ski Club 2. 33 National Honor Society 2. 31 Future
Teachers Association 31 Fifty Mile Jogging Club 31 Cardinal Advertising 1. 2,31Hi-Eye Reporter 2.
31 Gymnastics Club I. 21 Varsity Gymnastics Club 31 Girls Athletic Association l. 2. 31 Junior
Varsity Cheerleader 11 Varsity Cheerleader Z1 Pom-Pom Girls 31 Student Council Award I. 21 State
Math Contest 21 Girls State Track Meet 21 Girls Athletic Association Letter Winner 2. Elks
beadcrship Contest-3rd Place Winncr 31 Youth Council 3.
KOREN. KAREN L. Student Council I, 2. 31 Youth Council I1 Drama Club l. 2: Pep Club 2:
Spanish Club 1, 2.
KOSTERMAN. KATHLEEN ANN Student Aid 31 Pep Club 31 World Understanding Club 31G1rlx
Athletic Bowling 31 Transferred from Ashwaubenon High School in Green Bay, Wisconsin in 1968.
KO'I'1'KE,GAlL S. f Girls Glee Club l1Solo and Ensemble Contest lg Latin Club I1 I-uture Teachers
ot' America l, 2, 3, Executive Board 2, 3, Pep Club 21 Student Aide 21 Ski Club 2. 31 German Club
2. 3: Girls Athlctic Association l.2. 3: Pom-Pom Girl 311-ond du Lac Youth Council 3,
KRAICMER, KATHIE J. - Transferred from St. Francis High School. Wheaton, Illinois in sophomore
KRAMER.CONNll1 L. - Girls Athletic Association l1IIr-Eye Typing Staff I, 2, Library Service Club
2, 3: Secretary-treasurer 31 Business Education Club 3. President 31World Understanding Club 3.
KRAMER. GREGORY P. Junior Varsity Football I.Varsity I-'ootball 2. 31'l'rack l.2. 31 Wrestling
I: Power Lifters l, 2. 31 Ski Club 2. 31 Pep Club 3. Red Team Cheerleader 31 All-Conference
Offensive Interior Linetnan, Defensive Interior Ltnernan. All-Statc Interior Line-Defense. second
team tU.P.l. Teamh 3: Lettcrman's Club l. 2. 3: Intramurals l, Z, 3.
KRAUS, LINDA A. Future Homemakers of America I. 2, Historian Z1 Red Cross Youth Z3 Girls
Athletic Association l1lntramurals 2, 3.
KRAUS. PAUL J. Intramurals l, 2, 3.
KRAUS. SUSAN F. -- Red Cross Youth I. 21 Pep Club 1. 21 Spanish Club 211-'uturc 'Teachers of
America 31 World Understanding Club 33 Intramurals l.
KRAUSE, KENNETH M. f Junior Varsity Basketball lg Track I: Varsity l-'ootball Z. 31 Varsity
Basketball 2, 31 Varsity Baseball 2. 3: All-Conference Ilootball, third learn 3.
KREMER. ANN M. f Chorus I1 Intramurals 2: Spanish Club 11 Girls Athletic Association Z1 Red
Cross Club 2, 31 Future Nurses Club 23 Pep Club 2: Drama Club 2. 3: Future Homemakers ol'
KROES, BARBARA J. French Club l1Pep Club 1. Z: Ski Club l. 2. 31lixccutive Board 2, 3: Drama
Club I. 2, 31 Future Teachers ot' America l. Z. 31"The Solid Gold Cadillac."
KRUEGER. KATHLEEN J. Spanish Club l: Future Homemakers ot' America Z.
KRUMBEIN. RANDAL Pep Band l, 21Letterrnan'S Club 2. 31 Band l, 2, 31Wrestling l.
KRYZYANOWSKI, SUSAN K. - Girls Athletic Association 21 Pep Club 3.
KUBELT, NANCY - Pep Club I. 21 Ski Club 1. 2. Student Council 2. 33 Spanish Club 21Busuicss
Education 31 Hi-Eye Circulation l1 Hi-Eyc Art Staff 31Girls Athletic Association l1Gymnastics lg
Youth Council l.
KUHNZ, JEFFREY Junior Varsity Basketball I1 Junior Varsity Golf l, 2: Varsity Golf 31 Spanish
Club l1Pep Club I, 2: Ski Club l: Intramural 2, 3.
KUHNZ. THEODORE J. - Regimental Band l1Concert Band 2. 31 Stage Band I, 2. 31 Pep Band 1.2.
31 Marching Band 1, 2, 31 Football Band 2, 31 Solo and Ensemble Contest l1DlAleI2!nd Combo 2:
Varsity Wrestling 1, 21 Latin Club l. 2. 31 Latin Club Secretary-Treasurer 21Letterman's Club 1, Z,
31 National Honor Society 2, 31 Pep Club 2: Ski Club 21Junior Classical League 3: Intramurals I. 2,
KURZYNSKI, EDWARD J. Ski Club 3.
KURZYNSKI, JOHN P. - Spanish Club lg Business Education Club 3.
KUTER, JAMES H. Ski Club 2. 3.
LABORDE, ANNE M. - Girls Choir I1 A Capella Choir 2, 31 "My Fair Lady" 21 'iOklahoma" l:"Ol'
Thee l Sing" 31Junior Varsity Cheerleader l:Varsity Cheerleader 2. Captain 31 Pep Club I. 2: Latin
Club I1 French Club 2, 31 Drama Club l, 2, 31 Forensics I1 National Honor Society 2. 3lJogg1ng
Club 3: Ski Club 2. 3: Inkwell 2. 3:Girls Athletic Association l, 21 American Field Service Student
LAKIN, JAMES C.
LAMBESEDER, SUSAN E. Intramurals l:Gymnastics I. 21 Ski Club 2: Pep Club 2. 3.
LANDERMAN, JOAN M.
LANDERMAN. NANCY Pcp Club I, Z. 3: Latin Club 11 Student Council I: Business Education
Club 31 Girls Athletic Association I. 2, 3: Junior Varsity Cheerleader l, 2.
LANG, ROBERT C. f- Junior Varsity Football l1Junior Varsity Wrcstling I.
LANGE, KAREN Future Tcachers of America I.
LANGE, PHYLLIS - Girls Chorus I1 Ski Club l1Pcp Club 21Girls Athletic Association 31 Shorthand
Award 21 Gymnastics 2.
LA PINE, BARBARA J. - Concert Band l, 2. 31 Pep Band l. 2. 31 Marching Band I, Z, 31 Football
Band I, 2, 31Choir l. Z, 31 Inaugural Parade 3: Latin Club l1Spanish Club 2. 31 Future Nurses Club
2, 31 Hi-Eye Staff I, 21 Girls Athletic Association I. 2. 31 University ol' Wisconsin Summer Music
Camp l.Z1 "Of Thee I Sing" 3.
LA SI-IAY, DENNIS
LATE, LIIVI f Girls Athletic Association 1, 2, 31 German Club 1, 21 Ski Club I, 21 Pep Club 21
Business Education Club 31 Drama Club 31Gymnastics l.
LAUER. STEVE R. Ski Club 2, 3.
LAUNDERS, SHARON A. f Pep Club 1, 21 Future Homemakers of America 2. 31 Business Education
Club 31 Hi-Eye Typing Staff 11C-irls Athletic Association l, 2: Shorthand Award 2.
LEASA, MONA Future Homemakers ot' America 21 Business Education Club 31 Pep Club 3: Girls
Athletic Association 3: Shorthand Award 2,
LE FEBLR, JAMES M. - Ski Club 2, 3.
LEHNER, MARGARET A. - Pep Club 1, 2, 31 Ski Club I. 21 Business Education Club 31 Pom-Pom
Girls 31 Hi'Eye Circulation I, 31 Girls Athletic Association 1, 21 Gymnastics Club l.
LEMKE, DEBORAH A. f Junior Varsity Cheerleader I1 Varsity Cheerleader 2, 31 Ski Club l, 21
Gymnastics Club I, 21 Pep Club l. 21 Business Education Club 3.
LEMKE, ROBERT F. Latin Club I, 21 Debate Club 2, 31 Chess Club 21 Business Education Club 3.
LETOURNEAU, THOMAS J.
LICHTENWALD, GERARD G. Ski Club l,21 Chess Club 2, 31 Pep Club 31lntramurals 3.
LINDBERG, CHRISTOPHER f Intramurals 21 Ski Club 2, 31 German Club 1.
LINDBERG. CRAIG A. f Chess Club 21 Ski Club 2, 3.
LITSCHER, BARBARA A. Spanish Club l1Student Council I1 Student Aid 31World Understanding
LLOYD. DOUGLAS L. Baseball l, 2. 3:Cross Country 2, 3:German Club l,31Trees for Tomorrow
Workshop Scholarship 21 Intramurals 1, 2, 3,
LOBERG, THOMAS German Club 2. 3, Vice President 21Ski Club 3: Intramurals 2, 3,
LOBERGER. JULIE M. Girls Athletic Association 1.2,
LADETKE, CHARLES I-I Transferred from Hamilton Union High School, Sussex. Wisconsin 2.
LONGO, JOSEPH German Club l:Student Council 2.
LORD. NANCY J. French Club I: Pep Club 2: Ski Club 21Girl's Athletic Association Z, 31 Drama
LOUIS, NANCY L. Girl's Chorus I1 A Capella Choir 2, 31 Pep Club 1. Z, 31 Spanish Club I1 Drama
Club Z. 3: Secretary 2: Student Council 2, 31 Ski Club 21 Future Teachers of America 3: Girl's
Athletic Association I. 2. 31 Ht-Eye Publication I: Forensics I1 "My Fair Lady" 21 "Of Thee I
Sing" 31 "Solid Gold Cadillac" 3: Domestic Exchange Student to Quincy. Florida 2.
LOWE. RENEE D. Student Council I1 Business Education Club 3: Girls Athletic Association 3.
LUDKEY. KENNETH A.
LULLOFI-', JOSEPH H, - Latin Club I, 2, 31 Intramurals 2, 3.
LUIIMAN, KATHERINE R. Concert Band 31 Parade Band 31 Orchestra 31 Pep Club 31 Ski Club 31
French Club 31 Hi-Eye Staff 31 National Honor Society 2, 31 Transferred senior year from Monona
Grovc High School, Monona, Wisconsin.
MAAS. DONALD Latin Club 2, 3.
MAGANA, WANDA L. - Girls Athletic Association 2.
MAJEWSKI, RICHARD A, A Cappella Choir 1, 2, 31 l'Oklahoma" I1 "My Fair Lady" 21"OfThee I
Sing" 31 Madrigals 2: Junior Varsity Baseball l1Junior Varsity Basketball l1Varsity Basketball 2, 31
Varsity Baseball 1, 31 Varsity Tennis 2: Spanish Club 1, 2, 31 Student Council 1, 2, 31 Pep Club I1
Chess Club 21 Ski Club 1,31 Business Education Club 31 Reporter 31 Hi-Eye Reporter Student of the
month-March 21 Madrigals 21 Student Council award 31 Intramurals I, 2, 31 Powerlifters I, 21
Domestic Exchange 2.
MANN, DUANE V. f Varsity Football 21 Manager1 Intramural 21 Chess Club 21 Drama Club 3g Pep
Club 3: Ski Club 31Lctterman 2.
MANTPIEY, DONNA M. Latin Club I1 Future Nurses Club 2, 3: Girls Athletic Association l, 2, 3.
MARKERT, JANICE R. Ski Club l. 2.
MARX, MARY C. Latin Club 31Junior Classical League 3.
MATHOS, MICHELLE A. Chorus I1 German Club 1: Ski Club 1, 31 Drama Club l, 2, 31 Spanish
Club 2, 31 Pep Club I. 2, 31 Red Cross Youth 31 Cardinal Circulation Staff l. 2, 31InkwclI 2,31Girlx
Athletic Association I. 3.
MATTHEW. PAULA L. Girls Glee Club 2, 3: Spanish Club l, 2, 31Girls Athletic Association 1, Z, 31
Pep Club 1.2. 31 Drama Club l. Z. 31 Ski Club 2, 3: Forensics 31 Intramurals I, 3.
MATTIIEW. VICTORIA L. Drama Club I1 Gymnastics 2, 31 Pep Club 21 Girls Athletic Association
MAUTHE, DANIEL A Capella Choir 2, 31German Club I. 2, 31Drama Club 3, President 31 Student
of the Month 21 Forensics I: Domestic Exchange 21"My Fair Lady" 21 "Of Thee I Sing" 3.
MCABBI-1. TIMOTHY J. French Club 1, 2, 31 Pep Club I, 31 Dramatics 31 Intramurals I.
MCCALLUM, ANN la. Girls Glee Club 11A Capella Choir 2, 31 Madrigal Singers 31 "My Fair Lady"
2: "Of Thee I Sing" 31 Latin Club I1 Future Teachers ol' America l, 2, 31 Secretary 31 French Club
2, 3, Treasurer 33 Pep Club 21 Drama Club 21 Inkwell 31 Girls Athletic Association 1, 2, 3.
Vice-President 31 Youth Council 1.2,
MCCARTHY, YVONNE M. Girls Glee Club I, 2, 31 Pep Club 2, 31 Future Homemakers of America
3. Secretary 31 Red Cross Youth 31 Intramurals 1, 3.
MCCARTY, DEBRA A. f Regimental Band lg Marching Band 1, 21Cardinal Football Marching Band
I, 21 Concert Band 21 German Club I, 2. 31 Red Cross Youth 2, 31 Future Nurses Club 2, 31 Future
Teachers 2. 3: Business Education Club 3.
MCCLELLAN, JANE L. German Club l, 2, 31 Pep Club I1 Future Nurses 2, 31 Girls Athletic
Association I, 2: Intramurals I.
MCCREADY. KEVIN F. Golf I1 Track 2, 3: German Club I, 2, 31 Pep Club 1.2, 31Ski Club 2. 31
Chess Club 21lntramurals 2, 3.
MCCRORY. CATHERINE Girls Glee Club 11 Pep Club 2, 31 Red Cross Youth 31 Future
Ilornemakers ot' America 2, 31 Intramurals I, 3.
MCCULLOUGH, MARY ln, Latin Club I1 Spanish Club 2, 31 Pep Club 1, 21 Student Council 2, 31
Drama Club 11 National Honor Society 2,Trcasurer 31 Hialiye Reporter 1, Z, 3: Girls Athletic
Association 11 Intramurals 11 Badger Girls State Representative 21 Youth Council I. 2, 3, 2nd
Vice-President 31 First Place Local and Regional Spanish Speaking Contest, Second Place AATSP
Test, Level I, 2.
MCNINCH. CANDACE J. Girls Chorus I. 2, 31 Pep Club l, 2, 31 Spanish Club 21 Drama Club 21
German Club 3:Jogging Club 31Girls Athletic Association l, 2. 3.
MEHLEIS. JOAN - Varsity Cheerleader 2, 31 French Club I, 21 Pep Club 1. 21 Girls Athletic
Association l. 2. 3.
MEISINGER, PETER G. Junior Varsity Wrestling 21 German Club l, 2, 3, President 21 Student
Council I1 Ski Club 2, 3. Chess Club 2, 31Pep Club 2, 31Hi-Eye Advertising Staff 31 Intramurals 3.
MEIXENSPERGER, DANIEL N. Chess Club 2: Ski Club 3.
MEIXENSPI-IRGER, MARK lvl, Spanish Club I, 2, 31 Ski Club 31 Drama Club 3: Cardinal
Advertising Staff Z, 3.
MENGEL, JOSEPH P. Concert Band l. 2. 31 Stage Band l. 2, 31 Pep Band 1, 2, 3gJunior Varsity
Football I1 Junior Varsity Wrestling I1 Varsity Wrestling 21 Ski Club I, Executive Board 2, 31 Latin
Club lgChess Club 21 Student Council 31 National Honor Society 2, 3.
MENSCII. STEVEN G. Regimental Band I1 Pep Band I, 21Concert Band 2, 31Football Band l, 2.
3: Parade Band l. Z. 31 Ski Club 3.
MERHOI-'IQ MAURl-1l1N C. Girls Chorus lg Ensemble Contest l1Drama Club 11German Club 31 Pep
Club I. 21 Girls Athletic Association l, 31 Cardinal Circulatiin Staff 2, 31 Ski Club 2, 31 Forensics 3:
Hi-Eye Reporter 3150-inilc Jogging Club 3.
MERKEL. THOMAS H, Junior Varsity Wrestling 2.
MERRILL. IEANNINE A. Girls Choir I, 21 A Capella Choir 31 "Of Thee I Sing" 31 Red Cross
Youth l: Student Council l, Z. 3, Secretary 31 Class Treasurer 21 Pep Club 21 Girls Athletic
Association I, Z1 Youth Council 31Domesttc Exchange Student to Roanoke, Virginia 21 Delegate to
Stevens Point Leadership 21 Work Shop 2.
MERWIN. ALICE M. lfuture Homemakers ol' America I, 31 Inkwell 31 Forensics I, 21Transferred
from Sparta Senior High School. Sparta, Wisconsin.
MEYER, ANITA A. f Spanish Club 31 World Understanding Club 31 Girls Varsity Basketball 31
Interscholastic Basketball Red and White Team 31 GirI's Track 31 Transferred from St. Mary's
Springs Academy 3.
MEYER. DONALD J.
MEYER, JUDITH A. - Girls Athletic Association 11 Latin Club I.
MEYST, SARA M. - Girls Chorus l: Drama Club l, 21 Future Homemakers of America 31 Girls
Athletic Association 1.
MICHLER, JAMES P, Track lqlntramurals 31 Youth Council I, 2, 3, President 31 Debate Club 1. 2,
31 German Club 11 Ski Club 31 Hi-Eye Sports Staff I1 Flight Scholarship 21 Toastmasters Youth
MIELKE, SUSAN M. - Girls Chorus l, Z, 31 Pep Club I, 21 Spanish Club 21German Club 31 Girls
Athletic Association 2, 3150-mile Jogging Club 3.
MILLS, DAMON L, - Wrestling 1, 2, 31 Intramurals 3: Letter in Wrestling 2.
MILTON, GERALD A.
MIRAS, JOY M. - Future Homemakers of America I 1 Future Teachers of America 21 Drama Club I1
Cardinal SlalT I1 Ski Club 2, 31 Girls Athletic Association 11Transferred from Valley High School.
Des Moines, Iowa at the end of Sophomore Year.
MIRITZ, BETTY M. - Future Homemakers of America 2, 3, Historian 31 Red Cross Youth 31 Cardinal
Advertising Staff 2.
MITCHELL. ROBIN D, f Girls Choir 1. 21A Capella 31 Drama Club 1, 2, 31 Pep Club I, 2, 31Studcnt
Council I, 2, 31 Senior Class Treasurer 31 Ski Club 2, 31 Pom Pom Girls 3150-mile Jogging Club 31
interscholastic Volleyball 21 Student Council Award 2: "Of Thee I Sing" 3.
MOHR. DOUGLAS W, -- Cross Country 1, 2, 31 Spanish Club l, 21Lettcrnian's Club Z. 31 Chess Club
2. 31 Creative Writers 21 Ski Club 21Powerlil'tcrs 211-Ii-Eye Circulation Staff 31 White Cheerleader 31
MOORE, STEVEN L. f Transferred from Winnebago Lutheran Academy.
MORGAN, CYNTHIA K. - Girls Chorus I1 Drama Club 1, 2, 31 Debate Club 1, 21 Pep Club I, 2, 31
Future Teachers of America 1, 21 Ski Club l, 2, 31 Director l,Captain 2. Executive Board 31 Future
Homemakers of America 31 Student Council Representative 31 Girls Athletic Association Z, 3:
Gymnastics l, 2, 31 Girls Track Team 2, 31 Intramurals 3,
MORGAN, DARYL D. Regimental Band lg Concert Band Z. 3: Pep Band 2. 33 I-outball Band 1.2.
33Stagc Band 3: Intramurals l.
MORGAN, PATRICIA Girls Choir l, 21 "Oli Thee I Sing" 31A Capella 3: Latin Club litierman Club
21 Ski Club I. 2, 3: Pep Club 2, 31 Girls Athletic Association l. Z. 31 National Merit Lettcr ol'
MORSTZ, ROUJEAN Red Cross Youth 33 Future Homemakers of America 3.
MUliLLliR. ORIN L. Intramurals l, 23 Future Teachers ot' America 2,31Sergcant-at-Arms 3. Drama
Club 2, 3:"The Solid Gold Cadillac" 3: Student Council 3: Forensics 3.
MUMM, MARK A. Chess Club 2, 3.
MUMM. RON Intramurals 1,33 Pep Club 3.
MURRAY, WILLIAM Spanish Club 1, 2. 33 Student Council 33 Senior Class President 33 Student ot'
thc Month Committee 2.
NEAS, ROBERT L.
NEGUS, FREDRICK W. f Track I3 Junior Varsity Football l3Varsity I-'ootball 2, 3. Hockey 1.2.31
Ski Club l. 2, 33 Letterman's Club I, 2, 3: Chess Club 2. 33 Power Lititcrs I, 2: Red Cheerleader 3.
NI-IISIUS, SUSAN K. Future Homemakers ot' America 2: Business Education Club 3.
NELL. LINDA J. Hi-Eye, Typist I3 Library Service Club 2, 33 German Club 2. 31 Future Teachers ot'
America 3: Girls Athletic Association 3.
NELSON, LYNNE L. Girls Choir l, 2, 3: "Of Thee l Sing" 33 Future Nurses Club I3 Future
Homemakers of America 2. 31Skl Club I1 Red Cross Youth Club 33 Girls Athletic Association 3:
Hi-Eye, Typist 1 3 Intramurals l.
NEUBURG, LEE f Girls Chorus lg A Capella Choir 2. 3: "My Fair Lady" 23 "Ot Thcc I Sing" 3.
Future Nurses Club lg Spanish Club l. Z1 Pep Club 23 Ski Club 3: Forensics 33 National Merit
Scholarship Letter ot' Commendation 3.
NEWMAN. CHARLOTTE Spanish Club l, 23 Ski Club l. 23 lfrencli Club 23 Pep Club 21 Girls
Athletic Association 2, 3: National Honor Society 2, 3.
NEWTON. KATHY Ski Club I, 2, 3: Future Nurses Club lg I-'uture Homemakers of America 23
Student Council lgGirls Athletic Association l. Z3 Red-White Basketball l.
NlNTZEL..lAMl1S S. Intramurals lLSki Club 2, 3.
NOE. DONALD S. Track 23 Latin Club l3Druma Club l. Z:Chess Club 23 Ski Club 33 t'All Because
of Agatha" l.
NOE, THOMAS G. f Junior Varsity Wrestling 21 Varsity Wrestling 33 Debate Club l, Z, 3,
Vice-President 31 Latin Club l, 2, 33 Drama Club 11 Forensics I, 3: Ski Club 2, 33 Chess Club 2,33
World Understanding Club 2, 3.
O'BRlEN. D'ANN Latin Club I. 2.
OELKE, GARY R. Intramurals l, 2, 31 Junior Varsity Wrestling l1Junior Varsity Track I.
0'l-IEARN. MARY I. Chorus l. 23 Spanish Club l. 2. 31 Red Cross Youth 2, 3: Pep Club 2, 33 Girls
Athletic Association 2, Youth Council l.
OLDFIELD, SUSAN J. Girls Chorus l: Latin Club I1 Ski Club I. 2. 3: Pep Club l, 2, 33 Student
Council l, Z, 33 Girls Athletic Association l, 2. 33Gymnastics I, 2. 3: Girls Track l. 33 Student ot'
the Month 2: Junior Varsity Cheerleader Z1 French Club 3.
OLIG, JOSl:PH C. Junior Varsity Football l.
O'NElL, DALE A. Transferred from Rosendale High School. Rosendale. Wisconsin 2.
0'IVl'O, RICHARD A. Intramurals l, 23 Junior Varsity Wrestling I, 23 Student Council lg Spanish
OZOLS, ALIzXANDRA G. Girls Chorus l:German Club I. 2, 33Ski Club 3: Dramatics 3: Honorable
mention in Gorman Contest l, 23 Youth Council 3.
PAGEL, KATHLEEN A. French Club l, 23 Future Nurses Club Z, 3.
PARISH. PATRICIA A.
PARMAN. JAMES W. Regimental Band l3Concert Band 2, 33 Pep Band l, 2, 33 Parade Band l. 2. 3:
Cardinal Football Band I, 2, 3: Junior Varsity Wrestling I: Ski Club I. 2, 33 Scholarship to Purdue
21Summer Music Clinic 2,
PAROW. CHRISTOPHER F. A Capella Chorus3 Transferred from Hamburg, Germany to Goodrich
PARRISH, JOHN Ill Pep Band l. 2. 3: Stage Band I, 2, 3, Football Band l, 3. Parade Band 1.2.31
Concert Band 2, 33 Regimental Band I3 Orchestra 3g Street Jazz Society 23 Purdue Summer Music
Camp Scholarship 2: Junior Varsity Football Manager I3 Varsity Football Manager 23 Track I:
German Club I, 2, 3: Ski Club I. 2. 33 Pep Club I3 Chess Club 23 National Merit Scholarship
PELOT. GARY - Junior Varsity Football ll Varsity l-'ootball 2. 31 Varsity Track I. 2. 3: Varsity
Wrestling 3: Letterman's Club I, 2, 33 Weightlifting Club 1, 2, 33 Pep Club 3: Vice-President 3.
PERRY, DAVID D. Junior Varsity Track I3 Varsity Track 2, 3:German Club l:Weightlifting Club
I. 2. 3.
PETERS, JAMES - Transferred from Sheboygan North: A Capella Choir 2, 3: "My Fair Lady" 2:
Varsity Football 23 Intramurals 3: Cardinal Advertising Staff 2.
PETERS, JO ANN Future Homemakcrs ot' America 3.
PETERS, RAYMOND - Transferred from Santa Marta High School. Santa Maria, California 2.
PETERSON, GLENN Cross Country I, 13 Track lgSpan1sh Club l, 23 Ski Club 3.
PETERSON, TRUDY Spanish Club I. 2, 33 Latin Club l. 21 Girls Athletic Association 1, 2, 3: Girls
Athletic Association President 3: Red Cross Youth l, 2, 3: Pep Club l3 Varsity interscholastic
Basketball l. 2, 3: Red-White Game l. 2, 31 Track l,Z, 33Gymnastics 2: Red-White Most Valuable
PETRI. VICTORIA L. Girls Glee Club 2.33"0l"l'l1eeISing." 33 Red Cross Youth l3Girls Athletic
Association 2, 33 l-'uture Nurses l, 2, 31 Girls Track l. 2, 3:Girls Intramurals 2: Student Council 3.
PFUND, SALLY J. Girls Sophomore Choir ILA Capella Choir 2. 3: Madrigal 33 "Of Thee I Sing" 3:
Spanish Club l, 2: Drama Club I, 23 National Honor Society 2, 3: Cardinal Co-Editor I. 2: Girls
Athletic Association l,Z.31Girls Athletic Council 3: Quill and Scroll 2.
PICKART, JUDITH A. Girls Athletic Association 3.
PICKART, LINDA M. Girls Glcc Club 2. 3: "Of Thee I Sing" 31Chess Club 2, 3: Library Service 2,
33 Intramurals 2.
PICKART, THOMAS A. Intramurals I. 2, 3: Spanish Club I. 2. 3: Pep Club 2, 33 Chess Club 2,33
Student Council 2, 33Cardinal Advertising Staff 33 Hi-Eye Advertising Staff 3.
PIE, PAMELA French Club l. 2: Pep Club l, Z,
PIEI-IL, FRED R.
PIERCE. DALE A.
PIERCE, DEBORAH M. Girl's Choir l3 A Capella Choir 2: Student Council l:World Understanding
Club 33 First Place Award at Music Clinic l 3 Second Place Award at Music Clinic 2.
PIERCE, JOHN W.
PINNOW. SUSAN K. Girls Choir 1, 2: A Capella Choir 33 "Oli Thee I Sing" 3: Pep Club l, 2, 3:
Senior Class Secretary 3: Business Education Club 3: Student Council 33 Hi-Eye Typing Staff 3:
Hi-Eye Circulation Staff 3: Hi-Eye Reporter Staff 33Girls Athletic Association l, 2, 3: Girls Athletic
Council 31 National Honor Society 2, 3: D.A.R. Award 3.
PLATUKIS, JOE ANNE M. Library Service Club 3.
POLINSKE. MARY JEAN K. Ski Club I3 Latin Club 2, 3: Dcbalc Club 2, 3: Red Cross Youth 2, 3:
Future Nurses Club 2, 33 World Understanding Club 33 Junior Classical League 3: Girls Athletic
PUDDY. JANE f Red Cross Youth I3 Class Secretary 23 Student Council 2, 33Treasurcr 3: Pep Club
2, 3: Chess Club 2: Drama Club I, 2: Youth Council 3.
PUTZ, RICHARD L. f Junior Varsity Cross Country 2: Varsity Cross Country 31 Lcttcrmank Club 2.
PUTZ, SUZANNE F. - Pep Club I3 Girls Athletic Association l3lntramurals 2.
RAAB, THOMAS L. - Junior Varsity Football Ig Varsity lfootbull 2: Junior Varsity Wrestling I:
Student Council I, 21 Treasurer 2: Latin Club l. 2, 33 Prcxitlcnt 2: Creative Writers Club 2, 3:
Junior Classical League 33Spanish Club 3, Inkwell 2, 3: "The Pleasure of His Company" 2.
RAULS, JON L. - Varsity Wrestling 2, 3: Junior Varsity Wrestling l3Lcttcrman's Club l, 2, 3.
RAULS, JOSEPH M. - German Club I: Inkwell 2, 3.
RAUTENBERG, RONALD .l.
REECK, JEFFREY J. - Latin Club I, 2. 33World Understanding Club 3.
REESMAN, HOLLY B. - Spanish Club l, 2. 3: Future Homcmakers of America 33 Business Education
Club 33 Girls Athletic Association I, 2, 3: Girls Athletic Council 3:Governors Award on the Essay
Contest for the Handicapped 2.
REINARDY, JANE E. f Latin Club l, 23 Future Teachers of America I, 2, 3: Red Cross Youth 23
Girls Athletic Association 2, 33 Pep Club 33 National Honor Society 2, 33 Elks Leadership
REIS. MARALYN F. - lnterscholastic Volleyball Narsityj 3: Girls Athletic Association 3:
Transferred from the Sl, Marys Spring Academy, I-'ond du Lac, Wisconsin.
RliN'l'MI'.ISTIiR, KATHLEEN L. Intramurals I, Z. 3.
Rl-QQUl'.. BRITA J. lfuturc Nurses l. Z3 French Club 23 Creatine Writers Club 2. 3: Co-editor of "The
Inkwell" 2, 3: Quill and Scroll Award 2: Homecoming Court 2: All School Play 3: "The Solid Gold
Rl','l'ZLlCl-'I', MARILYN R. Spanish Club l, 2. 3: Red Cross I. 2: l-'uturc Homemakers of America 3.
RICIC. KATHLEEN A. f Red Cross Youth 2: Intramurals l3G1rls Athletic Association 2. 3.
RICKLI. BRIAN l-'. Wrestling 2: Ski Club I. 2. 3: Pep Club 2: Student Council 31 Cardinal
Advertising 2, 33ChecrIeader tRed-Whitel 3.
RIICS, NANCY C. Spanish Club I, 2, 3: Ski Club l. 2. 33 Girls Athletic Association I. 2, 33Chess
Club 2. 33Cardinal Circulation Staff 2, 3: Pom Pom 33 Student Aid 31 Drama 3.
RILEY. SHANNON J. -f Football 1, 2, 3: Track I3 Intramurals 33 Lctturmatfs Club Z, 3: Student
Council l, 2, 33 Homecoming Court 3: Cheerleader lRcd-White! 3.
ROBERTS, GERALD C.
ROCK, CHERYL L. Red Cross Youtlt l.
ROCIUVEIT, KENT D. - Latin Club 2.
RODRIGUEZ. CYNTHIA S. f Red Cross Youth I :Spanish Club I 3 Business Education Club 3.
ROEHL, JANICE A. f Red Cross Youth 33 Future I-lomemakers of America 3.
RONNING, BARBARA A. - Business Education Club 3.
ROSE, ALAN E. - A Capella Choir I, 2, 33 Madrigal I3 Junior Varsity Football I3 Junior Varsity
Basketball I3 Junior Varsity Baseball I3 Spanish Club I, 2, 31 Varsity Football Z, 3: Varsity
Basketball 2, 33 Varsity Baseball 2, 3.
ROSENTHAL, WILLIAM F. - French Club l, 2: Ski Club I, 2, 3: Junior Varsity Wrestling 23
Intramurals 2, 3.
ROSMONOWSKI, LINDA M. - Girls Chorus l3Intramurals I, 23 Future Homemakers of America 3.
ROST, ELLEN K, -- Jogging Club 3: Pep Club 3: Ski Club 3: World Understanding Club 3: Student
Aide 33 Student Council 33 Drama Club 33 Girls Athletic Association 3: Transferred from Marinette
High School, Marinette, Wisconsin.
ROYEA, SANDRA L. Pep Band I3 Band I, Z, 3: Orchestra I, 33 Dramatics I3 Pep Club l3Frencl1
Club I3 Ski Club I, Z, 3: Gymnastics I3 Student Council 2, 3: Cardinal Advertising Staff 2: Girls
Athletic Association I, 2, 33 Pom Pom Girls 2, 33 Future Nurses Club 23 Concert Band Z, 33 Pom
Pom Girls President 33Girls Athletic Council 3.
SABEL, CHARLES T.
SALTZWADEL, SUSAN A. Girls Athletic Association I, 2.
SALZWEDEL, JAMES M.
SANDBERG, CRAIG K. f Intramurals I, 2, 3: French Club I, 2: Ski Club 2, 3.
SANDMAYR, ELAINE R. - German Club 2, 3: Future Nurses 33 Girls Athletic Association l, 2, 3,
SANTEE, DALE G.
SCHABEL, DENNIS Intramurals 3: Ski Club 3: Business Education Club 3.
SCHAEFER, PATRICIA M. f Latin Club l3Future Nurses Club Z3 Girls Athletic Association l, 2.
SCHAETZEL, KAREN M. Girls Chorus I3 Student Council I. 2, 33 Vice-President 3: Ski Club I, 2,
3: Drama Club 23 Future Teachers of America I3 Future Nurses Club 23 Pep Club l, 2: Girls Athletic
Association I, 2, 3: Student Council Award 1.23 Wisconsin Association Student Council Workshop,
SCHAFER, ANN K. - Latin Club I, 2, 3: German Club 2, 33Girls Athletic Association I, 2. 3.
SCHAUB, NANCY J. German Club I, 2, 3: Pep Club 33 Girls Athletic Association I, 2, 3: Girls
SCHAVE, CYNTHIA R. f Ski Club 3: Intramurals I, 23 Girls Athletic Association 3.
SCHEER, SUSAN M. f German Club I, 2, 3: Girls Athletic Association I, 2, 3.
SCHEER, THOMAS F. - German Club 2, 33 National Honor Society 2, 33 National Merit Scholarship
Semi-Finalist 3: Intramurals 3.
SCHEMMEL, DONNA L. f Girls Chorus 2, 33 French Club I3Red Cross Youth 3: Pep Club 3.
SCI-IERER, JOEL C.
SCHMIDT, LINDA J. f Musicals, "Oklahoma" I3 "My Fair Lady" 23 "Of Thee I Sing" 31 Girls Choir
1, 23 A Capella Choir 33Twirlers Club 2, 3: Pep Club 3: Girls Athletic Association 2, 3.
SCHMIDT, PHILIP F. Student Council I.
SCHLICHER, JEANNINE A. - Girls Athletic Association l, 23 Girls Choir 3.
SCHMITZ, CAROLYN J. - Girls Choir l3Red Cross Youth Club I, 2, 3, Treasurer 2: Spanish Club I.
2. 3. Sergeant-At-Arms 2: Pep Club I1 Drama Club I: Girls Athletic Association 2, 33 Future
I-Iomemakers of America 33 Student Council 3.
SCHMITZ, LINDA A. - Red Cross Youth Club l, 23 Future Homemakers of America l3Ski Club 33
Intramurals 1. 2. 3.
SCHMITZ, RALPH G.
SCHNEIDER, DANIEL .l. - Intramurals I, 2.
SCHNEIDER, KATHLEEN A, - French Club l, 23 Red Cross Youth Club 23 Intramurals I, 2, 3.
SCHNEIDER, MARK D. - Intramurals 2.
SCHNEIDER, STEPHEN F. Intramurals 1, 23 Wrestling 2, 33Weight Lifting 3.
SCHNEIDER, STEVEN M, - German Club 2, 33 Student Council 2, 33 Intramurals 3.
SCHNEIDER, WENDY A. Girls Choir I 3 Intramurals 33 lnterscholastic Volleyball 3.
SCHUENUMANN, ERIC K. Hockey I, 2, 33 Lettermans Club I.
SCHWARTZ, CHESTER W. - Junior Varsity Football l3Junior Varsity Baseball I3Ski Club 2, 3.
SCHWARTZ, DARLENE M. Business Education Club 33 Red Cross Youth 33 Girls Athletic
SCHWARTZ, GAIL J. Red Cross Youth Z, 33 Future Homemakers of America 3.
SCHWARTZ, GREGORY S.
SCHWARTZ, SUSAN L. Intramurals I3Pep Club 2.
SCOTT, MARY B. - Latin Club 1, 23 Pep Club I, 23 Drama Club I, 23 Future Teachers of America I.
2, 3, Vice President 33 French Club 2, 33 Ski Club 2, 33 Girls Athletic Association 2, 3: 50-mllc
Jogging Club 33 National Merit Letter of Commendation 3.
SEARL, ALLAN L. Intramurals 3.
SEERING, SUZANNE K, - Spanish Club I3 Pep Club 33 Red Cross 3.
SEIBEL, JANE A, - Girls Chorus 13 Regimental Band I3 A Capella Choir 2, 33Concert Band 23 t'My
Fair Lady" 23 "Of Thee I Sing" 33 Drama Club I, 23 German Club lg Pep Club 23 Future Teachers 2,
33Girls Athletic Association 2, 3.
SERRES, GAIL M. f Girls Chorus Z3 Latin Club l, 23 Pep Club 1, 2, 33 Spanish Club 23 Hi-Eye
Advcrtising Staff I.
SHARPE, GARY R. f A Capella Choir I, 2, 33 Madrigal 2, 33 Spanish Club l, 2, 3: Debate Club l3Ski
Club 23 Summer Music Clinic Scholarship 23 Fond du Lac Youth Council 3.
SHEPARD, ROBIN A, - Chorus 13 Student Council I, 2, 33 Ski Club I, 2, 33 Spanish Club l. Z. 33
Girls Athletic Association 1, 2, 3.
SHIREY, JOHN L. V French Club I3 Debate Club 23 Ski Club 33 Intramurals 3.
SINA, ANN M, - Latin Club I, 2, 33 National Honor 2, 33 Business Education 33 Girls Athletic
SINGLETON, KEITH - Chess Club 2, 33 President 3.
SLAGHT, MARSHA A. v Business Education Club 3.
SLAVIK, NANCY J. f Girls Chorus 13A Cappela Choir 2, 33 "Of Thee I Sing" 31 German Club I, 2,
33 Ski Club 23 World Understanding Club 33 Girls Athletic Association I. 2. 3.
SLAVIN, JOHN N. - Varsity Hockey 2, 33 Spanish Club 23 Chess Club 2, 33 Ski Club 2, 33 Student
Council 2, 33 Transferred from St. Mary's Springs Academy, Fond du Lac, Wisconsin after
Sophomore yearg Pep Club 3.
SMERLING, SHEILA J. - Latin Club 1, 2, 33 Library Service Club 3.
SMET, GARY D, f- Ski Club 2, 33 Spanish Club 2, 33 Chess Club 2, 33 Pep Club 3.
SMITH, JEANNE S.
SMITH, JEANNE M. - Chorus 23 Pep Club l, 33Girls Athletic Association I, 2, 3,3 Spanish Club 1, 23
Ski Club 23 Intramurals l, 2, 33 Red-White l, 2. 3.
SMITH, KEVIN .l. Junior Varsity Football l3Va.rsity Football 2, 33 Hockey 1, 2, 33 Track 13 French
Club I3 Ski Club I, 2, 33 Executive Board Z, Vicevlfresident 33 Fondy Power-Lifters l, 23
Letterman's Club 2, 3, Vice-President 33 Intramurals 1, 2, 33Girls Red Team Cheerleader 3.
SMITH, TIMOTHY L.
SMITHERS, STEPHEN G. - Regimental Band l3Parade Band I, 23Concert Band 2, 3.
SMYTHE, MELODY A. - Future Nurses of America 1, 2, 33 Ski Club 23 Future Homemakers of
America 33 Red Cross Youth 3 3 Girls Track Team 1.
STAMURS, INGEBORG - Girls Choir I1 A Cappella Choir 2, 33 'lMy Fair Lady" 21Madrigal 3:"Of
Thee I Sing" 31 Future Nurses I, 2, 31 Vice-President 21 President 31German Club I, 2, 3, Secretary
I: Pep Club 2, 33 Drama Club 2, 33 Ski Club 33 Girls' Intramurals I, 23 First Place Class B Solo I:
First Place Class A Solo 23 State Contest First Place 2.
SOFFA, MICHAEL W. f- Stage Band 33 Ski Club I, 2, 33 Hi-Eye Reporter I. 2. 3: Latin Club I. 2.
Delegate I: Pep Club 1.2.
SONDERGARD, MARK R. - Latin Club I.
SONNENBERG, PATRICIA J. Girls Athletic Association I, 2, 3, Recorder 3: Business Education
Club 3, Secretary 33 Circulation Staff Cardinal 3: Girls Varsity Volleyball Team 3: National Honor
Society 2, 3.
SONNENTAG, JOHN f German Club 2, 3: Business Education Club 31Slu Club 3,
SOUTHARD, SANDRA A. f Transferred from Horace Mann High School, North Fond du Lac, 31
Girls Athletic Association 33 Jogging Club 3.
SOYK, SHARON R. -f Future Nurses I3 Pep Club I3 Ski Club 2: Girls Athletic Association I, 2. 3:
Pom Pom Girls I, 2, 3, Drill Captain 3.
SPERBECK, WILLIAM J.
SPOERRI, KATHI - Band I, 2, 33 Spanish Club I, 2, 33 Library Service Club 2, 33 Summer Music
Scholarship I, 2.
STANCHFIELD, THOMAS F. f Intramurals I. 2, 3.
STANKE, JILL B. f German Club I, Treasurer I3 Student Council I, 3: Pep Club I. 2: Ski Club 23
Drama Club 21 Spanish Club 2, 33Girls Athletic Association I, 2.3.
STARK. WAYNE L. - Junior Varsity Cross-Country 23 Varsity Cross-Country 3: Varsity Track 2, 31
Latin Club 2, 3.
STISFFEN, JOANN M.
STEFFEN, JOHN D.
STEINBARTH, ROBERT L. Varsity Track l3Varsity Football 2.
STEPIIANY, ALICE M. Pep Club I, 2, 3:German Club I, 2, 33 Future Teachers ol' America I. 2, 3:
Ski Club 2, 3: World Understanding Club 3: 50-mile Jogging Club 3: Girls Athletic Association 2, 3.
STEPHANY, JOHN R. Junior Varsity Football I, Varsity Baseball I3 Junior Varsity Basketball I3
Intramural Volleyball I, 2: Varsity Football 2, 33 Weight Lifting I, 2, 33 Ski Club 2: Pep Club 2:
Letterman's Club 2, 33 Student Council I3 All-State First Team Football 33 Allfonference First
Team Football 3.
STEPHANY. SUE - Pep Club 2, 35 Business Education Club 33 Hi-Eye Typing Staff I. 2, 3: Girls
Athletic Association 33 Intramurals I, 2, 3.
STIEDAMAN, KATHERINE J. Latin Club I, 2, 31 Red Cross Youth 2, 31 Ski Club 2, 3: Pep Club 31
Girls Athletic Association I, 2, 3.
STIEDAMAN, MARY A. Ree Cross Youth I, Z, 3, Vice President Z, President 3: Future
Homemakers of America I, 2, 3, Vice President 2, President 33 Future Nurses Club 2. 31 Intramurals
I3Ski Club 2, 33 Home Economics Crisco Award I.
STOFFEL, DONALD M.
STOHLGREN, SALLY A. - Girls Choir I 3 A Capella Choir 2, 33 Spanish Club I: Future Homemakers
of America 1:Red Cross Youth 1, 2: Ski Club 2. 33Ifuture Teachers of America 1, 2, 33 President 3.
STREAN, DEBORAH Spanish Club 33Girls Athletic Association I, 2.
STREETER, DEBORAH A. - Future Homemakers of America 33 Business Education Club 33 Girls
Athletic Association 3.
STUBBE, DIANE M.
SULLIVAN. KRYSTINE A. f Drama Club I3 German Club I3 Ski Club I. 2, 33 Pep Club l3Future
Nurses Club 23Pompom Girls 2, 3, Treasurer 3: Student Council 2, 33 Cardinal Advertising 23Girls
Athletic Association I, 2, 33 Red and White Game 2, 3.
SUTTER, WILLIAM H. - Ski Club 2, 33 Chess Club 23 Intramurals I.
SWALBY, SUE A.
TABBERT, BRIAN H.
TALMA, LINDA LOU - Future Homemakers of America 2, 33 Business Education Club 33
Intramurals I3 Girls Athletic Association 3.
TANK, DAVID L. - Regimental Band I3Concert Band 2, 33Pep Band I. 2, 33Marching Band I, 2,33
Stage Band I1 "Los Banditos' 2, 33 Latin Club I, 2, 3: Ski Club l3Student Council 23 German Club
33 Debate Club I3 Forensics I3 Drama Club I3IntramuraIs 1, 2, 33 Variety Show l:NationaI Honor
Society 2, 3.
TASCH, DICNA B. - Latin Club I. 23 Ski Club 2, 3:Girls Athletic Association I, 2, 31 National Honor
Society 2, 31 Student Aide 2, 3.
TAUTGES, MARK S.
TAYLOR. KRISTEN Pep Club 33 Girls Athletic Association 33 Drama Club 33 Forensics 33
Transferred from Blooming High School, Bloomington, Illinois for Senior Year.
TAYLOR, TIMOTHY German Club I, 3: Hi-Eye artist 3.
TEBO. MICHAEL Regimental Band I3Concert Band 2, 33 Marching Band I, 2, 3: Junior Varsity
Tennis I 3 Varsity Tennis 2: Golf 33 Intramurals 2, 3.
TEICHMILLER, ROBIN Junior Varsity Wrestling I3 Junior Varsity Football l3Varsity Football 2.
TENNIS, PATRICIA Orchestra I, 2, 3: German Club I, 2, 3, Secretary 33 Ski Club 2: Student Aide
2, 33 World Understanding Club 33 National Honor Society 2, 33 Girls Athletic Association 33
Cardinal Circulation 3: National Merit Letter of Commendation 3.
TESTOLIN, LINDA f Future Homemakers of America 3.
THEEL, KAREN J. Red Cross Club 2, 33 Future Ilomemakers of America 33 Business Education
Club 3: Intramurals 2, 3.
THEIS, THOMAS Student Council I3 Intramural 3.
THERN, WILLIAM L. -
THEYERL. SUZANNE f Future Homemakers of America I, 2, 3, Secretary 2, Vice-President 3:
Future Teachers of America 13 Future Nurses ot' America 23 Girls Athletic Association 13
Intramurals I. 2: Girls Track Team I.
THOMPSON, JANICE R. - Future Homemakers of America 3.
TISCHER, MARY f Chorus I3 Red Cross Youth I.
TITEL. THOMAS - Varsity Football 3: bettermans Club 33 Transferred from Plymouth High School,
Plymouth. Wisconsin 3.
TOLL, PATRICIA A. f Student Council I, 2, 33 Future Homemakers of America 3,
TONJES, LYNN - Pep Band I, 23 Concert Band I, 23 Marching Band I. 23 A Capella Choir 33 Ski Club
I, 2, 3, Executive Board I, 2, 3: Latin Club I3 Drama Club 2, 33 Pep Club 2, 31Student Council 2,
3: Girls Athletic Association l, 2, 33 National Honor Society 33Girls Athletic Counsel 3: Hi-Eye 2.
33 Intramurals I, 2, 33 Red-White game 2, 3: Girls lnterscholastic-Varsity 33 Badger Girls state lst
TOPP, JUDITH A. - German Club I: Future Homemakers of America 3: Red Cross Youth 3:
Business Education Club 33 Girls Athletic Association 33 Red and White Team 31Il1ICISCIl0IL1SlIC
TROTT. JILL A. f Girls Chorus 13A Capella Choir 2, 3: Spanish Club I. 2, 33 Drama Club 33National
Honor Society-Librarian 33 Girls Athletic Association 3.
TURNBLOM. JANE L. f Regimental Band I, 23 Pep Band I: Concert Band 31 Cardinal Football
Marching Band 31 Parade Band 3: Business Education Club 3.
UFFENBECK. CARL - Concert Band I. 2, 33 Pep Band I, 2. 3. Stage Band 2, 3: Cardinal Football
Ma.rching Band l, 2, 3: Parade Band I. 2. 33 Los Banditos 3: German Club I. 3: Ski Club 2: Purdue
Summer Music Camp 2.
UNMUTH. MARY J. Chorus I: Intramurals I.
VALE. ANN M. Orchestra I, 2, 33 Girls Choir I. 21A Capella Choir 3:Gcrman Club I, 3: Student
Aide 33 Intramurals 3.
VANDE BERG JR.. THEODORE K. A Capella Choir I, 2. 33 Orchestra I. 2. 33 Madrigal 2, 33
"Oklahoma" I: l'My Fair Lady" 21 "OI Thee I Sing" 33 Junior Varsity Basketball l. Varsity
Basketball 2, 3 3 Varsity Track I. Z, 33 Lettermans Club 2, 33 President Junior Union Youth 2.
VANDESLUNT, GREG A.
VEHRS, VAN E. - Tennis I, 2, Manager I, 23 German Club I, 2, 3, Executive Board 31 Lettermans
Club 2, 31Student Council I. 2, 3, Alternate 2, 3.
VELASCO. ABUNDIO A. - Junior Varsity Football l3Varsity Track I, 2, 33 Lettermans Club 2. 3.
VELIE. DENNIS R.
VOIE, KARLA J. -f Girls Chorus l3Business Education Club 3.
WAGNER, BRUCE M. ff Spanish Club I:German Club 2,
WAHOSKE. PATRICIA L. f Latin Club I, 2: Red Cross Youth 33World Understanding Club 3,Girls
Athletic Association 3: Future Teachers ot' America 33 Ski Club 3: Jogging Club 3.
WALDSCHMIDT, JAMES G.
WALLEY. ELSIE A. Transferred from Memorial High School, Eau Claire, Wisconsin.
WATSON. JAMES M, Junior Varsity Golf I: Spanish Club I: Ski Club 2, 33 State Math Contest
WEBER, WILLIAM J. Latin Club I.
WELCH. SANDRA L. Girls Glee Club I. 23A Capella Choir 33 "Of Thee I Sing" 33 Future Nurses
Club I: Girls Athletic Association I, 2. 31 Junior Varsity Girls Red-White Team 33 Spanish Club 31
Red Cross Youth 3.
WENDT. LINDA Future Homcmakers ot' America I.
WENDT, SHARLEEN L. Girls Athletic Association 2.
WESTPHAL. MICHAEL F.
WETTSTFIN. GREGORY P. German Club I. 2: Pep Club 23 Drama Club 2: Ski Club 23 Student
Council 2. 3.
WHITE. SUSAN M. Regimental Baud I: Football Band I, 2, 3: Pep Band I. 2. 33Concert Band 2, 3.
Parade Band I. 2.
WILDERMAN. MARY - Spanish Club I, 2, 33 French Club 2, 31 Latin Club 3: Girls Athletic
Association I 1 Drama Club I 3 Junior Classical League 3.
WILKE, KAREN A. Varsity lnterscholastic Red and White Team 3: Girls Athletic Association 1.3:
Red Cross Youth I. 2, 33 Business Education Club 33Girls Track Z:Junior lnterscholastic 3: Junior
WILLIAMS. JOAN C. f Latin Club I3 Future Nurses Club I: Library Service Club 2: Girls Athletic
Association I, 2, 3.
WILLIS. MARGARET A. - German Club l3French Club Z, 31 Spanish Club 3.
WILSON. DEBORAH L. f Pep Club I: Varsity lnterscholastic 33 Girls Athletic Association I. 33
Student Council I:Business Education Club 33 Intramurals 2.
WILSON, TERRY T. - Concert Band I. 2. 3: Tijuana Brass I3Parade Band I, 2. 33 Football Band I,
2, 33 Stage Band 33 Ski Club 2, 33 Band Award for 2nd place in district Contest 2.
WILTZIUS, ELIZABETH - Future Nurses Club l,Pep Club I, 2. 3, Girls Athletic Association I, Red
Cross I, 2. 3. Latin Club 1, 2, 3, Ski Club 2, 3, Intramurals I, 2, 3. Pom Pom Girls l.
WINTER, D. ROBERT - Junior Varsity Golf I. 2. Varsity Golf 3. Pep Club I, 2, 3, Ski Club I. 2, 3:
Drama Club 3, Intramurals 1, 2, 3.
WISOCKI, P. MARK - Pep Club l, 2, 33 Drama Club 2, President of Drama Club 33 Ski Club 2, 33
Student Council 33 Stage Crew 2, 3.
WOLFE, M. JANICE - Future Homemakers of America 33 Business Education Club 3.
WOLLERMAN, A. CAROL - Basketball Intramurals 2, 31 Girls Athletic Association 3: Business
Education Club 3.
WOLLNER. M. JOHN Junior Varsity Cross Country I3 Varsity Cross Country 2, 33Junior Varsity
Basketball I: Varsity Basketball 2, 3: Varsity Track I3 Track 2, 33 Student Council l3Letterman's
Club I. 2, 3: German Club I3 Pep Club 2, 33 National Honor Society 2, President 33 Drama Club 3.
Ili-Eye Reporter I, Assistant Sports Editor 2, Editor: Badger Boy's State 2:Quill and Scroll 2, 31
State Mathematics Contest Iglntramurals I, 2, 3: Fondy Power Lifters 2, 33 Forensics 33 Journalism
YOHANN, L. BETTY
YOUNG. DEBORAH Pep Club I3 Girls Athletic Association l3Pom Pom Girls 3: Intramurals I:
Volleyball I 3Girls Gymnastics 2. 3.
ZABOLSKE. A. CAROL Pep Club I. 2.
ZANTO. R. HOWARD Spanish Club I.
ZENNER, DANIEL J. Track IL Football I.
ZIMMERMAN. GLENN T. Pep Club I, 2, 33 Ski Club I, 2, 33 Drama Club 33 Business Education
Club 3: H1-Eye Staff I. 2.
ZIMMERMAN. JANICE A. Girls Choir I, 23 Girls Athletic Association I, 2, 33Pep Club I: Drama
Club 23 World Understanding Club 3: Future Homemakers of America 3.
ZIMMERMAN. JUDITH M. German Club I, 2, Secretary 23 Future Nurses Club 2. 3: Drama Club 2:
Ski Club 21 Girls Athletic Association 3.
ZIMMERMAN. STEPHEN G. Junior Varsity Football I3 Varsity Football 2, 3: Junior Varsity
Basketball I: Varsity Basketball 2, 33 Varsity Track I, 2, 33 Lctterrnan's Club I, 2, 33 Powerlifters I,
2. 3: Student Council 2, 33 Ski Club Z3 Pep Club 3: Drama Club 3: Hi-Eye Reporter 2. 3: Badger
Boys State 21All-Conferllnce Football 33 Intramurals I. 2, 33 Homecoming Court 3.
ZITLOW, SHIRLEY A. Pep Club I3Library Service Club 2, 3, Vice President 3. Business Education
Club 33 Hi-Eye Typing Staff l3l'-li-Eye Advertising Staff 33 Girls Athletic Association I: Intramurals
ZIVKOVICH, GLENN J.
ZIVKOVICH, MARIANNE R. - Red Cross Youth I, 2, 3: Business Education Club 3.
ZOCH, PEGGY J. f Forensics 3.
ZORN, JOANNE - Library Service Club 2, 3, President 33 Drama Club 23 Business Education Club 3.
Vice President 33 Hi-Eye Typing Staff I.
ZUPKE, JANICE C. f Girls Choir I, 21 Pep Club I. 2, 3: Ski Club I. 2, 31 Future Nurses Club I, 2, 31
German Club I, 2, 33 Drama Club I, 2, 33 Student Council 2, 33 World Understanding Club 33
Intramurals I, 2, 33 Girls Athletic Association 2, 3.
ZWICKY, JEFF f Intramurals 1,23 3:Varsity Baseball 33 Ski Club 2, 33 Pep Club 2, 33 Drama Club 33
Hi-Eye Circulation Staff I, 2, 3.
Foreign Languages 52
Social Studies 58
Home Economics 60
Industrial Arts 62
Physical Education 68
Business Education 70
Driver Ed. 72
Special Ed. 74
Student Council 88
National Honor Society 90
Creative Writers 93
Future Teachers 94
Future Homemakers 95
Future Nurses 96
Red Cross Youth 97
Latin Club 98
German Club 99
French Club 100
Spanish Club 101
World Understanding 102
Library Club 103 8
Pep Club 104
Chess Club 105
Ski Club 106
Varsity football 116
JV football 120
Cross country 122
Varsity basketball 124
JV basketball 128
Boys intramurals 134
Pom Pon Girls 140
Girls interscholastic Basketball
Girls Interscholastic Track 145
Lettermens Club 146
Interscholastic volleyball 148
Ablard, Mary 179
Abler, Linda 179
Adams, Ritchie 117,179
Adler, Tom 179
Albert, Virginia 96,179
Anderegg, Robert 179
Anderson, David 179,203
Annis, Richard 122,179
Anthony, Robert 179
Arndt, Richard 179
Bachman, Janet 179
Bacon, Carol 179
Baggett, Diane 179
Ballwanz, Ellen 179
Balnis, Linda 179
Balthazor, Alan 179
Baltz, Judy 179
Bargenquast, Robert 179
Barnes, Carol 179
Barthuly, Linda 179
Bauer, Kathleen 179
Beau, Steve 179
Bebow, Sandra 179
Beck, Joe 50,179
Becker, Julia 38,86,87,94,179,218
Becker, Karen 180
Behnke, Susan 151,180
Bengel, Judith 180
Bera, Barbara 222
Bergman, Nell 180
Bernath, Sandra 180
Berndt, Beverly 180
Bertram, Allen 180
Bertz, Steven 180
Berwig, Bonnie 180
Bestor, John 71,124,180
Bethke, Roger 180
Bickelhaupt, Judith 180
Bieniewski, Bob 181
Bird, Allen 181
Bird, James 181
Birschbach, Allan 90,181
Birschbach, Barbara 94,181
Blackburn, Connie 181
Blakely, Lucy 181
Blattner, Don 24,48,55,74,84,181,
Bloedorn, Brian 181,208
Bogenhagen, James 117,147,181,192
Bond, James 28,29,35,85,1 16,1 17,119,141-6,
Bond, Karen 181
Bond, Karol 182,184
Bonno, Carla 182
Borndahl, Tom 182
Bosin, Richard 182
Bostwick, Stephen 182
Botdorf, Tomothy 182
Boudry, David 182
Brandt, Kristina 182,207
Braun, Barbara 182
Braun, James 182,204
Breister, Beverly 182
Brown, Karen 182
Bublitz, Darlene 182
Buckarma, Mary 96,182
Buehrens, Barbara 182
Buell, Suzanne 182
Burroughs, Bonnie 182,187
Carling, Calvin 182
Casper, Stephen 50,182
Chadbourne, Donald 182
Chaloupka, John 182
Checki, Peter 182
Christ, Fred 182
Christensen, Sandra 22,181,185
Christie, Kay 185
Christie, Richard 185
Clark, Bernard 185
Cleveland, Paul 185
Colward, Renee 185
Commo, Leslie 185
Cowles, Jeffrey 24,185
Daley, Diane 185
Davies, Michael 105,185
Deanovich, Howard 34,117,185
DeJong, James 88,89
Deslsles, Rosemary 180,185
Detert, Susan 185
Diener, Kristine 38,185
Dion, Denise 96,185
Dittel, Diane 185
Ditter, Lawrence 185
Domenget, David 24,185
Dorn, Sharon 185
Dorst, Thomas 185
Dowler, Charles 185
Draves, Robin 185,211
Dreifuerst, Jean 185
Dudley, Daryl 117,222
Dunn, Timothy 122,186
Dvorak, Carey 186
Eaton, Margaret 186
Ehlert, Marceine 186,223
Eigenbrodt, Jacqueline 145,186
Emery, Mary 186
Emmer, Dale 186
Erichson, Einar 36,186,223
Erickson, Patricia 186
Evans, Barbara 186
Evans, Kim i124,1 25,1 26,1 86
Everix, Robert 186
Ewerdt, Debbie 186
Ewerdt, Donald 186
Faris, Steven 186
Farvour, Gerald 186
Felda, Brian 33,85,124,125,186 216 240
Feldmann, Brooks 186
Ferris, Mary 186
Feuerhammer, William 186
Fiebig, Cynthia 148,178,186,187 203
Fields, Roger 186
Fink, Catherine 186
Fischer, Jan 186
Fischer, Jean 186
Fischer, Karen 60,148,186
Flood, Barbara 186
Fontanna, Thomas 186
Forester, Jerome 182
Freund, Joan 189
Freund, Melvin 117,146,189
Friedel, Kristine 189
Friess, Tim 183,189
Fritz, Mary 189
Fryda, Bruce 189
Fryda, James 189
Fuhrman, Michael 24,189
Furnner, Susan 189
Gajeski, Roger 189
Galle, Bonnie 189
Galles, Mike 117,124,125,189
Gardner, William 189
Garrett, Sandra 181,189
Gau, Arlene 96,189
Georg, Betsy 86,92,189,195
Giere, Donna 189
Gilmore, Carl 189
Gottinger, Mark 189
Goudy, Thomas 189
Grailer, Joseph 189
Graves, Gary 189
Graves, Julia 26,28,29,37,64,l38,189,195
Gray, Thomas 189
Greene, Harold 189
Greuel, Jayne 190
Griffin, Catherine 39,52,1 90,207,2 1 5
Groh, Steven 190
Gross, Reed 190
Gross, Rocky 190
Gulbrand, Rick 190
Gurno, Deborah 97,190
Gurno, Edward 190
Gustin, David 122,190
Guyette, Mark 136,137
Haase, Wilbert 190
Hackbarth, Mark 190
Halter, Jean 190
Halter, Martha 52,190
Hamberger, Craig 190
Handley, Pamela 148,190,195
Hanisch, Paul 190
Hanke, Bruce 190
Hansen, Dennis 190
Hanson, Lawrence 190
1-larmer, Barbara 190
Harper, Judy 190
Hayward, Michael 185
Heisler, Gerald 190
Hencke, Daniel 190
Henslin, Bonnie 193
Herman, Carol 193
Herres, Theresa 193
Hewitt, Gregory 193
Hoard, Jeffrey 147,181,193
Hobbs, Deidre 151,193
Hoepfner, Mary 193
Hoffman, Helen 193
Hofmann, Robert 193
Holman, John 193
Hoyt, Mary 29,193
Huber, Michael 193
Huebner, Ray 193
Hughes, Karen 193
Huhn, Lois 193
Hull, Donald 193
Huth, Betty 193
Jabali, lraj 180
Jaber, Christine 193
Jacobs, John 193
Jacobs, Sandra 193
Jenneke, Karen 148,151,193,203
Joel, Jon 193
Johannes, Jeff 193
Johnson, Kent 194
Johnson, Ronald 194
Jones, Deanna 79,194
Jorgenson, Daniel 194
Julka, Peter 23,87,86,194,203
Kaemmer, Craig 39,52,194
Karst, Patricia 85,194,2l6,223,240
Karpathian, Kerry 194
Kastorff, Gary 40,56,194,197
Kees, Karen 144,194,223
Kelly, Robert 194
Kendell, Diane 194
Kennedy, Mark 194
Kiehnau, Debra 180,194,240
Kimble, Kathleen 194
Kimple, Lawrence 194
King, John 194
King, Ronald 194
Klake, Mary 35,61,194,203,240
Klapperich, Linda 194
Klein, Richard 194
Kleinhans, James 194
Klinzing, Joseph 25,29,1 17,146,19
Kloetzke, Donald 24
Klotz, Stephen 24,117,147,196
Knueppel, Joseph 196
Knuth, Karen 196
Knutson, Beatrice 196
Kocos, Jeffrey 196
Koenig, Darlene 196
Koenigs, Raymond 196
Koepke, Gary 196
Konz, Kristin 69,196
Korell, Diane 43,88,195,196
Koren, Karen 196
Kosterman, Kathleen 196
Kottke, Gail 196
Kramer, Connie 196
Kramer, Gregory 25,117
Kranig, John 196
Kraus, Linda 196
Kraus, Paul 196
Kraus, Susan 196
Krause, Kenneth 117,124,196
Krauss, Robert 196
Kroes, Barbara 196
Krueger, Kathleen 196
Krumbein, Randal 196
Kryzyanowski, Susan 199
Kubelt, Nancy 22,199
Kuhnz, Jeff 199
Kuhnz, Ted 32,199
Kurzynski, Edward 199
Kurzynski, John 199
Kuter, James 24,199
LaBorde, Anne 36,1 38,1 81,1 88,19
Lakin, Jim 199
Lambeseder, Susan 199
Landerman, Joan 199
Landerman, Nancy 199
Lang, Robert 199
Lange, Karen 199
Lange, Phyllis 199
Lapine, Barbara 199
LaShay, Dennis 199
Late, Liivi 199
Lauer, Steve 199
Launders, Sharon 199
Leasa, Mona 187,199
Lefeber, Jim 24,181,199
Lehner, Margaret 22,199
Lemke, Deborah 138,199,189
Lemke, Robert 200
Letourneau, Thomas 200
Lichtenwald, Gerard 200,204
Lindberg, Chris 200
Lindberg, Craig 200
Litscher, Barbara 200
Lloyd, Douglas 122,200
Loberg, Tom 200
Loberger, Julie 200
Longo, Joe 43,200
Lord, Nancy 200
Louis, Nancy 39,200,21 1,2 1 5,94
Lowe, Renee 200
Ludkey, Kenneth 200
Lueloff, Joseph 200
Luhman, Catherine 200
Maas, Donald 200
Majewski, Richard 24,43,l98,l24
Mann, Duane 200
Manthey, Donna 200
Markert, Janice 200
Marx, Mary 200
Mathos, Michele 35,200
Matthew, Paula 35,200,187
Matthew, Victoria 200,140,192
Mauthe, Daniel 39,202
McAbee, Timothy 202
McCallum, Ann 202
McCarthy, Yvonne 202
McCarty, Debra 35,203
McClellan, Jane 202
McCready, Kevin 202
McCrory, Cathie 202
McCullough, Mary 90,202
McNinch, Candace 202
Mehleis, Joan 138,202
Meisinger, Pete 202
Meixensperger, Daneil 202
Meixensperger, Mark 202
Mengel, Joseph 202
Mensch, Steve 202
Merhoff, Maureen 69,202,207
Merkel, Thomas 202
Merrill, Jeannine 89,202
Meyer, Anita 202
Meyer, Donald 202
Meyer, Judith 202
Meyst, Sara 202
Michler, James 202
Mielke, Susan 205
Mills, Damon 205
Milton, Gerald 205
Miras, Joy 205 X
Miritz, Betty 96,205
Mitchell, Robin 178,205
Mohr, Douglas 25,205
Morgan, Cynthia 205
Morgan, Daryl 205
Morgan, Patricia 205
Mortz, Roujean 205
Mumm, Ronald 205
Murray, William 178,1 79,205,208 209
Neas, Robert 205
Negus, Fred 74,75,1 17,205,164
Neisius, Susan 205
Nell, Linda 205
Nelson, Lynne 205
Neuberg, Lee 205
Newman, Charlotte 205
Newton, Kathleen 205
Van Vleet, Steve 32,218
Nintzel, James 205
Noe, Donald 58,206
Noe, Thomas 92
O'Brien, D'Ann 206
Oelke, Gary 206
O'Hearn, Mary 206
Oldfield, Susan 206
Olig, Joseph 206
Olson, Brian 206
Olson, James 206
O'Neil, Dale 206
Otto, Richard 206
Ozols, Alexandra 206
Pagel, Kathleen 206
Parrish, John G. 111206
Parman, James 206
Parow, Christopher 36,89
Pelot, Gary 29,117,206
Perry, David 206
Peters, James 206
Peters, Joann 206
Peters, Raymond 206
Peterson, Glenn 206
Peterson, Trudy l44,148,195,206
Petri, Victoria 206
Pfund, Sally Jo 85,151,206
Pickart, Judith 206
Pickart, Linda 209
Pickart, Tom 209
Piehl, Fred 209
Pierce, Deborah 209
Pinnow, Susan 34,151,178,203,209,219
Platukis, Joe Anne
Puddy, Jane 209
Putz, Richard 122,209
Putz, Suzanne 209
Raab, Thomas 92,93,209
Rauls, Jon 209
Rauls, Joseph 209
Rautenberg, Ronald 209
Reeck, Jeffrey 209
Reesman, Holly 61,151,209
Reinardy, Jane 209
Reis, Maralyn 148,209
Reque, Brita 92,9 3,209
Retzleff, Marilyn 209
Rice, Kathy 209
Rickli, Brian 24,209
Ries, Nancy 209
Riley, Shannon 29,117,209
Rock, Cheryl 209
Rockweit, Kent 209
Rodriguez, Cynthia 210
Roehl, Janice 96,210
Ronning, Barbara 210
Rose, Alan 117,124,127,210
Rosmonowski, Linda 210
Rost, Ellen 210
Royea, Sandra 151,210
Saltzwedel, Susan 210
Sampson, Cindy 210
Sandberg, Craig 204
Sandmayr, Elaine 210
Santee, Dale 210
Schabel, Dennis 210
Patricia 2 10
Schaetzel, Karen 64,181,210
Schafer, Ann 210
Schaub, Nancy 210
Schave, Cynthia 210
Scheer, Susan 210
Scheer, Thomas 210
Schemmel, Donna 190
Scherer, Joel 210
Schmidt, Linda 141,210
Schmitz, Carolyn 210
Schmitz, Linda 210
Schmitz, Ralph 210
Schneider, Daniel 213
Schneider, Kathy 213
Schneider, Mark 213
Schneider, Stephen 213
Schneider, Steven 213
Schneider, Wendy 148,213
Schuenemann, Eric 213
Schwartz, Chester 184,213
Schwartz, Darlene 70,213
Schwartz, Gail 213
Schwartz, Greg 213
Schwartz, Sue 213
Scott, Mary 213
Searl, Allan 213
Seering, Suzanne 213
Seibel, Jane 94,213
Serres, Gail 213
Sharpe, Gary 38,74,75,213
Shirey, John 213
Sina, Ann 213
Slaght, Marsha 213
Slavik, Nancy 213
Stiedaman, Mary 217
Stoffel, Donald 217
Stohlgren, Sally 217
Strean, Debbie 217
Streeter, Debby 217
Stubbe, Diane 217
Sullivan, Krystine 217
Sutter, William 217
Swalby, Sue 193
Talma, Linda 217
Tank, David 217
Tasch, Dena 217
Tautges, Mark 217
Taylor, Kristen 217
Taylor, Timothy 217
Tebo, Mike 24,217
Tebo, Paul 217
Teichmiller, Robin 217
Tennis, Patricia 55,98,2
Testolin, Linda 218
Theel, Karen 218
Thern, William 218
Theyerl, Sue 218
Thompson, Jane 218
Thompson, Janice 218
Tischer, Mary 218
Titel, Thomas 117,218
Toll, Patti 218
Torijes, Lynn 43,50,144,151,203,218
Topp, Judith 218
Trepanier, Robert 218
Trott, Jill 218
Turnbloom, Jane 218
Uffenbeck, Carl 211
Unmuth, Mary 218
Vale, Ann 208,218
Vande Berg, Theodore 124,218
Vandeslunt, Greg 218
Slavin, John 214
Smerling, Sheila 214
Smet, Donna 214
Smet, Gary 214
Smith, Jeanne D. 214
Smith, Jeanne S. 214
Smith, Kevin 35,117,146,214
Smith, Timothy 214
Smithers, Steven 214
Smythe, Melody 214
Soffa, Mike 214
Sondergard, Mark 214
Sorinenberg, Patricia 148,214
Sonnentag, John 214
Southard, Sandra 214
Soyk, Sharon 214
Spoerri, Kathi 214
Stanchfield, Thomas 214
Stanke, Jill 214
Stark, Wayne 122,214
Starks, Aaron 214
Stauber, Nancy 214
Steffen, Joann 214
Steffen, John 217
Steinbarth, Robert 217
Stephany, Alice 217
Stephany, John 117,119,217
Stephany, Sue 217
Stiedaman, Katherine 217
Vehrs, Van 221
Velasco, Abundio 221
Voie, Karla 221
Wahoske, Patricia 221
Waldschmidt, James 221
Westphal, Michael 221
Wettstein, Gregory 211,221
White, Susan 221
Whittaker, Melvin 221
Wilderman, Mary 221
Wilke, Karen 149,221
Williams, Joan 221
Willis, Margaret 221
Wilson, Terry 203,211,221
Wiltzius, Beth 221
Winter, Robert 221
Wisocki, Mark 222
Wolff, Janice 222
Wollerman, Carol 222
Wouner, John 23,s6,s7,9o,122,124,147
Yohann, Betty 222
Young, Deborah 148,222
Zabolski, Carol 222
Zanto, Howard 222
Zenner, Dan 222
Zimmerman, Glenn 222
Zimmerman, Judith 222
Zimmerman, Steven 29,85,
Zitlow, Shirley 222
Zivkovich, Glenn 222
Zivkovich, Mariann 222
Zoch, Peggy 222
Zorn, Joanne 222
Zupke, Janice 96,222
Zwicky, Jeff 222
Abler, Susan 167
Abler, Thomas 167
Adams, Daniel 117,136,1
Adelman, Mary 167
Albertin, James 117,167
Alf, Nancy 167
Alf, Sandra 167
Anderegg, David 92,167
Anderson, Gregory 167
Anderson, Steven 167
Anheuser, Steven 167
Arndt, Sherry 167
Asmus, Roy 167
Atkinson, Paul 167
Bacon, Randy 167
Bacon, William 167
Balken, Edan 167
Balthazor, Deborah 167
Barbeau, Renee 167
Barbeau, Theresa 167
Barber, Pamela 167
Barnes, Eleanor 167
Bartelt, Deborah 167
Barth, Patricia 167
Bastian, David 124,167
Batchelder, Patty 167
Bauer, James 167
Bauer, Jerome 167
Bauer, Marcia 167
Beard, Deborah 167
Beardsley, Betsy 167
Beau, Greg 167
Bechlem, Joseph 167
Becker, Michael 117,167
Beirne, Patti 167
Benedict, William 167
Bensman, Susan 167
Benson, David 167,175
Benson, Terry 167
Benzel, Marlin 167
Benzel, Patricia 167
Berens, Larry 167
Bertram, Steven 167
Bertuleit, Linda 167,176
Bertz, Jeffery 167
Bertz, Richard 167
Bestor, Lawrence 167
Betty, Daniel 167
Bickelhaupt, Barbara 167
Bird, Linda 167
Birschbach, Sandra 167
Birschbach, Susan 167
Blackburn, Jean 167
Blair, Richard 167
Blish, Susan 167
Block, Robert 167
feld, Judy 167
Bohlman, Daniel 167
Bohlman, Stephan 167
t, John 167
Boone, Stephen 167
k, John 167
Bothe, Diane 167
Boyle, Eugene 167
Braatz, Sharene 167
Bradfor, Bonnie 168
Braun, John 168
an, Allan 168
, Stephen 168
Briggs, Michael 168
Brown, Diane 168
Brown, Donna 168
Brown, Janice 168
Brown, John 168
Brown, Kenneth 168
Brown, Patrice 168
Bruflat, Robert 168
Bublitz, Pamela 141,168
Buch, Bryan 168
Buch, Margot 168,203
Buechel, Joseph 168
Buehrens, David 168
Buelow, Annette 168
Burgess, Diane 29,168
Burke, David 168
Burnett, Linda 168
Burton, Sheila 168
Cameron, Bruce 168
Carew, Julie 168,170
Carling, Liana 168
Carlson, Dale 168
Carlson, Richard 168
Casper, Judith 168
Cerny, Glen 124,168
Chirolis, Georgia 168
Christensen, Robert 117,168,174
Chudd, Christine 168,94
Clark, Carl 168
Clark, Tom 117,120,l21,168
Cleveland, Paula 168
Collins, John 168
Colton, Gary 168
Comeaux, Kathryn 75,168
Compton, Robert 168
Cooley, James 168
Crabtree, Brett 168
Cruciani, Julie 168,170
Cruckson, Stephanie 64,84,l41,168,170
Crumer, Bernice 168
Cummins, Mary 97,168
Curran, Bradley 168
Curran, Terry 168
Curran, Timothy 168
Curtis, Douglas 168
Deanovich, Susan 168
Deleon, Benito 117,168
DeNe1l, Robert 86,87,1 17,1 18,168
De Troye, James 168
Diaz, Deborah 168
Diaz, Dennis 168
Diaz, Linda 168
Diener, Alan 168
Diener, Cathy 29,148,169
Dittel, Donna 169
Doiel, Darcy 168,169
Dolan, Christine 169
Dorst, John 169
Doyle, Brian 169
Drollinger, Donald 169
Dudley, Debra 169
Duket, Diane 169
Duley, Rick 169
Dussault, Randy 169
Elias, Cathie 148,169
Edwards, Stanley 169,240
Ehlert, Marcia 169
Eiring, Barbara 169
Ellison, Lynn 169
Engel, Ronald 169
Erickson, Paula 169
Evans, Dennis 169
Evans, Doreen 40,169
Ewald, Daniel 169
Faust, Michael 169
Fee, Maureen 169
Fero, Steven 169
Fink, Linda 169
Fink, Richard 169
Fitzgerald, Larry 169
Flemming, Mark 169
Fletcher, Carol 169
Ford, Gerald 117,169
Foss, Jean 169
Foster, Alice 169
Foster, Susan 169
Fowler, Craig 169
Frank, Denise 169
Freund, Donna 169
Freund, Kathleen 169
Freund, Rosemary 169
Freund, Thomas 169
Friess, Michael 169
Fucik, Tony 169
Fuller, Mary 169
Gabel, Michael 169
Gaertig, James 169
Gajeski, Karen 169
Gannon, Debra 169
Garrett, Valerie 166,169
Gau, Janet 169
Geiger, Lee 43,166,169
George, Timothy 169
Gerner, Steve 169
Geritts, Sandra 169
Giese, Charles 169
Giese, Dennis 169
Giese, Linda 169
Gjertson, Richard 169
Gneiser, Debra 169
Goebel, Patrick 169
Goldapske, Gregg 169
Gough, John 169
Goyer, Carolyn 169
Grams, Susan 169
Griffin, Bonnie 169
Grimmer, Karen 169
Groeschl, Candyce 169
Grunig, Paulette 169
Gudex, Nancy 171
Guell, Diane 171
Gustavus, Ricky 85,171
Habeck, Sandra 171
Hackbarth, Brian 171
Haensgen, Linda 171
Hagedorn, Scott 171
Halfman, Robert 171
Hamm, John 171
Hamm, Richard 171
Hammang, Chris 171
Hammang, David 171
Hass, Margaret 171
Hayden, Karen 40,171
Headley, Eyleen 171
Hebenstreich, Mary 171
Hefter, Linda 171
Henning, Thomas 171
Henry, James 171
Henscin, Bonnie 171
Herbert, Mark 171
Herr, Mary 171
Herschleb, Susan 171
Heruth, Deborah 171
Hinkley, Steven 171,176
Hinze, Victor 171
Hoerth, Judith 171
Hoffman, Roseanne 171
Hoffos, Melanie 171
Hollander, Robert 117,121
Holzman, Nancy 171
Hoover, Cathleen 171,203
Horn, Charlene 171
Huberty, Joseph 171
Huck, Deborah 171
Hurwitz, Allen 171
lmmel, Dale 171
lmmel, John 171
lmmel, Rodney 171
Isley, Dennis 171
Jackson, Preston 177
Jagdfeld, Robert 171
Jewson, Ardena 171
Joel, Vickie 171
Johannes, Sharon 171
Johns, Kurt 171
Johnson, Craig 177
Johnson, John 171
Johnson, Lyle 171
Johnson, Mary 171
Jones, William 117,
Jorgenson, Patricia 171
Joss, Mark 171
Julka, Rosalie 171
Kairis, Darlene 171
Kaiser, Jeffery 171
Kawleski, Richard 171
Kedinger, Mark 171
Kelly, Betty 35,171,172
Kennedy, Michael 171
Kennedy, Scott 171
Kenyon, Kathryn 40,171
Ketten, Helen 171
Keys, Deborah 171
Kimpel, Pamela 171
Kind, Rose 171
King, William 171
Klaske, Scott 171
Klee, Mary Pat 171
Klima, Timothy 171
Klinzing, Kathryn 140,143,14
Knapp, Gregory 171
Knight, Alan 171
Knubis, Gunars, 92,171
Kobs, Tyler 171
Koehler, Leigh 171
Koehler, Robert 171
Koenigs, James 171
Kolb, Christine 171
Kolitz, William 171
Kolstad, Stephen 171
Konopisos, Sandra 171
Korrer, Michael 172
Kosloske, Connie 172
Kosterman, Jerome 117,172
Kott, Susan 172
Kowalski, William 172
Kraus, Christine 172
Kraus, Daniel 172
Kraus, Karen 172
Kraus, Mary 172
Krause, William 172
Kremer, Jennifer 172
Kremer, Jeffery 172
Krug, John 172
Krug, Stephen 172
Krug, William 172
Kuckuck, Robert 172
Kuenzi, Mary 172
Kuitert, Daniel 172
Kulaga, Karen 172
Kulibert, Eileen 172
Kunasch, Jerome 136,172
Kunasch, Thomas 136,172
Kwaterski, Laura 172
Langacker, Michael 172
Laning, Keith 172
Lane, Paul 39,172
Lapine, Bonnie 172
Larson, James 172
LaShay, Donna 172
Late, Luule 40,172
Lauber, Geralyn 172
Lavernz, Mark 166,172
Law, Gerald 172
Leake, Susan 172
Lefeber, Michael 172
Leiserling, Gary 172
Leitner, William 172
LeMense, Robert 172
LeMieux, Deborah 172
Lemke, Ruth Ann 172
Lennop, Bette 97,172
Lindgren, Kathleen 172
Lloyd, Susan 172
Loehr, Sandra 172
Look, David 172
Luby, James 172
Ludkey, Robert 172
Ludkey, Sue 172
Luttenberger, Catherine 172
Luttenberger, Walter 172,122
McCallum, John 173
McCoy, Daniel 173
McCullough, Kathleen 92,173
McDermott, Craig 173
McEvoy, Kathy 173
McEssey, Jerry 62,173
McLain, Mary 86,148,173
Maas, Linda 172
MacKenzie, Diane 172
Magdefrau, John 172
Maillard, Kaye 149,172
Maki, John 124,172
Malson, Kenneth 172
Mand, Diane 172
Mand, Joyce 172
Manis, Stuart 172
Mann, Michael 39,172
Manthey, John 172
Marrs, Melinda 138,172
Marschall, Ervin 172
Martin, Daniel 172
Martin, Kathy 172
Marx, Mary 172
Mashock, Donna 173
Mathers, Linda 173
Mauer, Robert 173
Meilahn, Richard 173
Meisenburg, Suzann 97,173
Meisinger, James 173
Merkel, Marlene 173
Mertens, Marlene 173
Mesner, Deborah 148,173
Michaels, David 173
Mielke, Eugene 173
Mielke, Lee 173
Miller, Amy 173
Miller, Deborah 173
Minnich, Joyce 173
Mitzelfeldt, Cheryl 173
Mitzelfeldt, Maxine 173
Moon, Vicki 173
Moore, Jacqueline 173
Moore, Karla 173
Moreau, David 173
Morgan, Sharon 173
Mumm, Paul 136,137,117,173
Murray, David 173
Myrechuck, John 173
Nelson, Janet 173
Nelson, Maureen 173
Nelson, Michael 173
Nett, Andrew 173
Nett, Kathy 173
Nibbe, Robert 173
Nielsen, Daniel 173
Nilsen, Gary 173
O'Hearn, Patricia 173
Olson, William 117,124,l27,173
Ottery, John 173
Pagel, Robert 173
Pagel, Susan 173
Palkovich, Mary 173
Palzean, Ronald 174
Parker, Dawn 173
Paulick, Gregory 173
Peebles, Margaret 173
Peebles, Michael J.
Pendergast, Anita 173
Peters, Barbara F. 173
Peters, Barbara M. 140,173
Peters, Hazel 173
Peterson, Martha 173
Peterson, Mark 173
Peterson, Mary 173
Petrie, Robert 173
Pie, Peter 27,173
Pinkert, Victoria 141,173,175
Pitzen, Rodney 173
Platt, Donna 173
Pommerich, Steven 173
Possin, Kenneth 173
Possin, Robert 173
Potts, Christine 173
Prink, Beverly 173
Provot, Kenneth 174
Puddy, Patricia 174
Quackenboss, Mary 174
Race, Eugene 122,174
Race, Kathleen 174
Radtke, Michelle 75,174
Rahll, Janice 174
Ramirez, Mike 174
Ramsey, Beverly 174
Randall, Paula 174
Rasmussen, Susan 174,176
Redman, Sandra 174
Reed, Cynthia 174
Reinardy, Donald 174
Reitz, Gail 174
Reitz, Mary 174
Reitz, Roxanna 174
Renderman, Betty 144,148,174
Reque, Lisa 40,148,174
Reschke, Bobbie 174
Resop, Betty 174
Reynolds, Roger 174
Rice, Guy 174
Richter, Michael A. 122,174
Richter, Michael J. 174
Riese, Barbara 94,174
Roberts, Christine 170,174
Scharf, Gerald 174
Scharf, James 174
Scheiback, Gayle 174
Shallinger, Bonnie 174
Scheuers, Sandra 174
Schick, Margaret 174
Schindelholz, Martin 174
Schlicher, Keith 175
Schmidlkofer, Barbara 141
Schmidt, Denise 175
Schmitz, Cecelia 174
Schmitz David 174
Schmitz, Thomas 175
Schmitz, Donald 175
Schneider, Allen 175
Schneider, Catherine 175
Schneider, Joseph 175
Schneider, Robert 175
Schob, Dale 175
Rodman, Patricia 174
Roehrig, Robert 174
Rolling, John 174
Ronning, Tom 174
Rose, Laura 138,174
Rosenberg, Kathy 174
Rosenthal, Lois 174
Rost, Barbara 174
Royea, Chergyl 34,40,139,166,174
Ruddy, Kathleen 174
Rueping, John 92,174
Ruppel, Donald 174
Rutlin, Kathleen 174
Sabel, Jane 174
Sabel, John 174
Sabel, Nancy 174
Sabel, Richard 174
Sabel, Susan 174
Sabel, Terri 174
Salaja, George 174
Salchert, James 174
Scharf, Diane 174
Schroeder, Mark 175
Schroeder, Janet 175
Schuh, Robert 175
Schumacher, Anthony 175
Schuelke, Roger 175
Schultz, Daniel 175
Schultz, Deborah 175
Schultz, John 175
Schwark, Steven 117,175
Schwartz, Dennis 175
Searl, Debbie 175
sean, Kathy 138,175
Sears, Scott 175
Seibel, Terrence 175
Serres, Kathy 175
Shannon, Michael 175
Shaw, Cheryl 175
Shaw, Janet 175
Sheppard, Leath 175
Shirey, Christine 145,175
Siedschlag, Ronald 175
Simons, Ross 92,93,175
Simpson, Debra 175
Sina, Charles 117,175
Singleton, Debbie 175
Sippel, Joan 175
Smet, Joann 175
Smet, Kathleen 175
Smet, Larry 175
Smith, Ottis 175
Snider, Jerome 175
Snyder, Raymond 175
Sonnenberg, Nancy 175
Soukup, Pamela 175
Spears, Ramona 177
Sperbeck, Mary 177
Spoerke, Laura 139,148,177
Stahmann, Rosemary 92 ,177
Stark, Gary 122,177
Steffes, Eloise 177
Steinbarth, Jean 177
Stephany, Linda 177
Stewart, Kathy 177
Stokely, Daniel 177
Stokosa, Patricia 177
Strean, Gregory 177
Strelow, Yvonne 40,177
Stroebel, George 177
Strutz, Dennis 175
Stubbe, James 177
Stuck, Marlene 177
Sturtz, Nyla 177
Sullivan, Terese 42,177
Summerville, Stephen 177
Svec, Dorthy 177
Swalby, James 177
Swantz, Milton 177
Syms, Michael 177
Swartz, Jill 177
Tadych, Marcia 177
Tank, Marilyn 177
Tegen, Philip 177
Tegen, Phyllis 177
Teskey, Donna 177
Theis, Mary 177
Theyerl, Linda 177
Theyerl, Scott 177
Thorpe, Robin 149,177
Thresher, Matthew 177
Titel, Judith 177
Toshner, Julie 177
Treleven, Barbara 92,177
Trepanier, James 177
Triatik, David 177
Turner, William 177
Turzenski, Camille 177
Ubbesen, Mark 177
Valtierra, Raymond 177
Vande Berg, Thomas 177
Vandervort, Kathleen 177
Van Pelt, Susan 177
Van Vleet, Barbara 177
Vehrs, Catherine 177
Vogds, John 177,240
Vogds, Julie 40,139,177
Vogds, Patrick 177
Vollstedt, Jeffrey 177
Vorel, Kathleen 177
Voss, Juliann 177
Wachholz, Susan 177
Wagner, Brian 177
Wagner, David 177
Wagner, James 177
Wagner, Katherine 177
Wahoske, Carol 177
Waldherr, Janet 177
Waldschmidt, William 177
Walgenbach, Robert 117,177
Walter, Timothy 177
Warnius, Daniel 177
Waters, Grace 177
Waters, Gregory 177
Webb, Paul 177
Weber, Carol 145,148,177
Welling, Kristine 177
Wendt, Dean 177
Wendt, Gary 177
West, Douglas 177
Westphal, Stanley 117,177
White, Peter 177
Wilcox, Jeffrey 177
Wilcox, Susan 177
Wilkum, Craig 177
Willgy, John 177
Williams, James 177
Willis, Rebecca 177
Wirkus, Allen 177
Wise, John 177
Witty, Cathy 177
Wolf, Douglas 177
Wolff, Jeffrey 177
Wollersheim, Wayne 177
Wothe, William 177
Wuest, Charles 177
Yapp, Richard 177
Zamzow, David 121,177
Zenner, Therese 177
Zimmerman, Gaelin 177
Zimmerman, Jay 121,177
Zimmerman, Julie 177
Zinkgraf, Jane 177
Zyduck, Betty 177
Abitz, Clarence 155
Abraham, Robin 155
Abrahamson, Lee 155
Ackerman, Candace 98,155
Albrecht, Barbara 155
Albrecht, Susan 155
Andrews, Gayle 155
Aplin, Susan 155
Ashton, Kathie 155
Assaf, Richard 155
Bacon, Terry 155
Baggett, Dennis 1,154,155
Baker, Katherine 155
Baker, Michael 155
Ballwanz, Karen 155
Balthazor, Loren 155
Balthazor, Mark 155
Barounis, Dorthy 155
Bates, Rocklyn 155
Batson, Theresa 155
Batterman, Darrell 155
Baumhardt, Shirley 155
Baxter, Scott 155
Beahm, Debbie 155
Beam, Mary Sue 155
Beck, James 155
Becker, Constance 139,155
Becker, Gary 155
Becker, Pamela 155
Beckman, Pamela 22,155
Behlen, Rita 155
Behnke, Stephen 155
Belanger, Corrin 155
Bell, Kip 155
Benedict, Jane 155
Bennett, Kathleen 155
Bennett, Kristine 155
Benzshawel, Cindy 155
Berenz, James 155
Berenz, Renee 155
Bergman, Alice 155
Berwig, Bill 155
Bestor, James 121,155
Bethke, Lu Ann 155
Beuk, Renee 155
Beusch, Cheryl 155
Bigsby, Susan 155
Billman, Bradley 121,155
Bindert, Deborah 155
Binnebose, Julie 155
Bird, Vicki 155
Birschbach, John 155
Blackburn, Dan 155
Blattner, Susan 155
Bleichwehl, David 121,155
Blitzke, Joan 155
Boese, Linda 155
Bohan, Mary 155
Bond, Daniel 155
, Edward 15 5
Borndahl, Jeffery 15 5
Boudry, Arlene 155
Boyke, Gary 155
Braatz, Oran 155
Braatz, Susan 155
Brajdic, Steve 121,155
Brandt, Timothy 155
Brandt, Trudy 149,155
Breister, Mark 121,155
Breister, Mary 155
Breister, Richard 155
Breister, Julie 155
Ebling, William 156
Edkins, Janice 156
Edkins, Jennifer 156
Edwards, Gary 156
Elsinger, Lester 156
Engel, Barbara 156
Engel, John 156
Engel, William 156
Engleman, Donna 156
Ericksen, Daniel 156
Erickson, Karen 156
Essman, Cindy 156
Everling, John 156
Fero, Michael 121,156
Fields, Anna 156
Fields, Mark 156
Fink, Judy 156
Bricco, Catherine 155
Brink, Richard 155
Britt, Ken 155
Brown, Christine 155
Brunet, Jeff 155
Bublitz, Wesley 155
Bucher, Kathleen 155
Buechel, Dolores 155
Buechel, John 155
Bunker, Michelle 29,412,155
Burgess, Sandra 155
Burkhardt, Sue 155
Burnett, Gary 155
Burroughs, Joy 155
Buschman, Gary 155
Calder, David 122,155
Callender, Karen 155
Calvey, Colleen 156
Capello, Sandy 149,156
Carlone, Cindy 156
Carlson, Thomas 156
Carter, Sherry 156
Caves, John 156
Charneski, Carol 156
Chase, Roland 156
Christie, Bruce 156
Christie, Kenneth 156
Christie, Scott 156
Clapper, Randy 156
Clark, Jo 156
Clausen, Gail 156
Clochesy, Michael 156
Colward, Linda 156
Cords, Eimer 156
Cords, Shirley 1 56
Corth, Daniel 156
Costello, Betty 156
Courtney, Scott 121,156
Craw, James 156
Crawford, Ann 156
Crego, Raymond 156
Crook, Kathleen 156
Curran, Lynne 156
Cutler, Robert 156
Danor, Stephen 156
Darch, Debbie 156
Davision, Diane 156
Deeth, Debra 156
Deising, Jane 156
Dietrick, Willam 156
Deitte, Rita 156
Detert, Eugene 92,156
Develice, Charles 156,164
Dill, Robin 156
Ditter, Marlene 156
Donahue, Richard 156
Dorn, Franklin 156
Dowland, Michael 156
Duitman, Gary 156
Dyer, Judith 43,139,156
Fink, Margaret 156
Fink, Thomas 156
Fischer, Mary 139,149,156,
Fisher, Susan 156
Fitzner, Arthur 156
Flaherty, John 156
Flemming, Mark 121
Flentje, Debra 141
Flood, Mike 121,128
Floyd, Denise 157
Flynn, Wilmer 157
Fontaine, Phillip 157
Foote, Diane 157
Ford, Betsy 157
Ford, Cathleen 157
Forester, Mary 157
Fowler, Richard 157
Frank, Al 121,157
French, Julie 157
Freund, Annette 157
Freund, Kenneth 157
Freund, Mary 157
Freund, Nancy 157
Freund, Roger 157
Freund, Therese 157
Freund, William 157
Fritz, Susan 157
Fryda, Gary 121,156
Fryman, Earl 157
Fuller, Jo Ann 157
Funk, Diane 157
Furman, John 121,157
Gabrielson, Robert 157
Gaffney, Patricia 157
Galle, Ronnie 157
Geiger, William 157
Geis, Rich Lee 157
Gerner, Jerold 157
Gerred, Patricia 157
Gesell, Deborah 157
Gilles, Richard 157
Gilmore, Keith 157
Goding, Deborah 157
Goeser, Julie 157
Goron, Patricia 157
Grailer, Rose 157
Graves, Charles 157
Greminger, Dennis 157
Griffin, Donald 121,157
Gross, Hollie 157
Gruenstern, William 157
Guell, David 121,157
Guell, Kathryn 157
Gulig, Robert 157
Gusse, Gary 157
Gustavas, Randy 157
Gutreuter, Thomas 157
Haak, Frederick 121,157
Haase, Merry 157
Haensgen, Thomas 157
Haertl, Marna 157
l-lagedorn, Linda 157
1-lalfman, Gary 157
1-lalfman, Mary 157
Hall, Janet 157
Halle, Mark 157
1-lalter, Barbara 157
Hamberger, Kevin 121,157
Hamilton, Peter 105,154,157
Hammer, Ronald 157
Hanisch, Philip 157
Hankwitz, Sharon 157
Hansen, Jonathon 157
Hansen, Mark 157
Harmer, Richard 157
Harris, Michael 157
Hartzheim, Margaret 157
Haskins, Lee 157
Hefter, Barbara 157
Heimerl, Steven 157
Heimerl, Steven L.
Heisler, Debra 157
Heller, Mark 157
Helmeid, Richard 157
Hendricks, Virginia 157
Henkel, Mary Ann 157
Henken, Thomas 121,157
Henslin, Steve 158
Herbert, Thomas 158
Herres, James 158
Hill, Craig 158
Hilt, Cheryl 158
Hobbins, Gary 158
Hochrein, Daniel 158
Hodgden, Donald 158
Hoffman, Jerry 158
Hoffmann, Mary 158
Hogenson, Deborah 158
Holland, Kyle 158
Holman, Linda 158
Horton, David 158
Hoyt, James 121,158
Huck, Carol 158
Huebner, Richard 158
Huebschmann, Cindy 148
Huelsman, Dennis 158
Humleker, Joann 149,158
Hungerford, Susan 158
Hupfer, Mary 1 58
Ilgen, Cathy 158
Isyms, Fred 158
Jacobitz, Wayne 1 58
Jacobs, Gary 158
Jaeger, Bevery 158
Jarvis, Sandra 149,158
Jenks, Michael 158
Jensen, Gary 158
Jerdee, Patricia 158
Johannes, Michael 158
Jones, David 158
Julka, Mary 158
Kaiser, Ellen 141,158
Kaiser, Timothy 158
Kannenberg, James 158
Kapp, Sherri 158
Kaufman, Karl 158
Kennedy, Gary 158
Ketten, Rose Mary 158
Keup, Cinda 158
Kiefer, Thomas 158
Kiehnau, John 158
Kind, Mort 121,158
King, Susan 158
King, Tom 158
Kinzer, Deborah 158
Kirchhoff, Kathy 158
Klahn, Kenneth 158
Klapperich, Karen 158
Klaske, Cindy 158
Klebs, Don 158
Klinke, Richard 158
Klintworth, Wendy 158
Koeek, Rick 117,124,126,158
Koenig, Judy 158
Koenig, Julie 158
Kohnke, Jody 158
Kollmorgan, Nancy 158
Konen, Greg 158
Korrer, Annette 158
Kosloske, Kathleen 158
Kraemer, Julie 158
Kramer, Arnold 158
Kraus, Barbara 159,162
Kraus, Elizabeth 159
Kraus, Luann 159
Krause, Debora 141,159
Krenn, Andrew 159
Kroll, Joel 159
Krueger, Gary 159
Krueger, Karen 159
Krueger, Scott 159
Krueger, Steven 121,159
Krumbein, Susan 159
Kryzyahowski, Sherry 159
Kuen, Kathy 159
Kuether, Mark 121,159
Kuhnz, Todd 159
Kuitert, Rita 159,162
Kulow, Joann 159
Lakin, David 159
Lakin, Nicholas 159
Langacker, Lawrence 159
Lange, Dennis 159
Langolf, Sundy 159
Langolf, Suzanne 159
La Pine, Daniel 159
Law, Eileen 159
Lawrence, David 159
Lawrence, Lena 159
La Vigne, Steven 159
Lazich, Judy 159
Lee, Judith 159
Lefeber, Eleanor 159
Le Mieux, Jennifer 159
Lemke, Carol 159
Lemke, James 159
Lemke, William 159
Leonhardt, Kurt 128,129,159
Lichtenwald, Eric 159
Liedke, Cynthia 159
Liedke, Roger 121,159
Lindsley, Christine 159
Litscher, Phillip 159
Lloyd, Donald 159
Loberger, Dale 159
Loeffler, Lois 159
Loehndorf, Steven 159
Loehr, Gordon 159
Long, Thomas 159
Longo, Terry 159
Lueloff, Sue 144,149,159
Luhn, Mary 159
Lundin, Eric 159
Lusk, Edith 159
McAbee, Maureen 160
McAbee, Patricia 160
McCarthy, Patrick 160
McDermott. Thomas 160
McEssy, Michael 128,129,160
McEssy, Pamela 160
McGowan, Pat 160
McGrath, Maureen 160
McLeod, Marilyn 160
McMahon, Robert 160
McNamara, Sara 160
Magana, Susan 159
Millard, Gail 159
Main, Ronald 159
Majeska, Barbara 159
Majeska, Margaret 159
Majeska, Mary 159
Majewski, Edyth 149,159
Malak, Kathleen 159
Mangas, Nancy 159
Manley, James 159
Manthey, Steven 159
Marcoe, Pamela 159
Markert, John 159
Marrs, Rebecca 159
Marschall, Robert 160
Marten, Mark 160
Martin, Deborah 160
Martin, Vicci 160
Mason, Dana 121,160
Mattefs, Ronald 121,160
Meiklejohn, Dawn 160
Meilahn, David 160
Meininger, Mike 160
Meisenburg, Rose 160
Meixensperger, Jeff 160
Mengel, James 160
Mielke, Richard 160
Miller, Carol 160
Miller, Sharon 160
Miller, Stanley 160
Miller, Steven 160
Montgomery, William 16
More, Marcia 160
Morris. Sue 160
Mourafetis, Janet 160
Mourafetis, Madline 160
Moyer, Sondra 160
Mrazek, Thomas 160
Mueller, Karen 160
Mueller, Norma 160
Mundt, Jim 121,160
Nett, Darlene 160
r, Gary 160
Nueburg, Theodore 161
Neumann, Terry 161
Norenberg, Linda 161
Norenberg, Randolff 161
Nowak, Mary 161
Michael K. 161
O'Connell, Mike 161
O'Hearn, Bonnie 161
Ohlrich, Stephen 161
Oldenburg, Patricia 161
O'Neil, Stephen 121,128
Osborn, Nancy 161
Owen, Sandra 161
Pagel, Susan 161
Palko, Joan 161
Pallin, John 161
Panetti, Ann 161
Parish, Glen 161
Parrish, Michael 122,161
Paulin, Marvin 161
Pelot, Dale 161
Perleberg, Dean 161
Perry, Brian 121,161
Peters, Peggy 161
, Barbara 98,161
, Penelope 161
, Richard 161
, Stephen 161
Plum, Melody 161
Pickart, Carol 161
Pickart, Gerald 161
Pickart, Loretta 161
Pierce, Nancy 161
Pinno, Betty 161
Pinnow, James 128,161
Pm, Gary 161
Pipkin, Jeffrey 121,161
Pittl, Mark 161
Pittl, Patti 161
Plonsky, James 161
Pomplin, Jolene 161
Posey, Leanne 161
Prelwitz, Christine 161
Promen, John 163
Prus, Susan 163
Puddy, Janet 163
Puddy, Sharon 163
Raab, David 163
Rahl, Glenn 163
Ramirez, Colin 163
Randall, Deborah 94,163
Rather, Jerome 163
Rauls, Margaret 163
Rausch, Mary Ann 163
Rausch, Thomas 121,163
Razner, Angela 163
Reader, Patricia 163
Reidel, Shelley 163
Reimer, Marlene 163
Reinecke, Jo Anne 163
Reines, Catherine 163
Reinhardt, John 163
Renderman, Raymond 163
Rentmeister, Debra 163
Retzleff, Karen 163
Richter, Kathryn 163
Riderer, David 121,163
Riese, David 163
Ring, Gary 163
Ritter, Catherine 163
Roberts, Linda 163
Roberts, Sharon 163
Roberts, Suzanne 163
Rockweit, Keith 163
Rodman, Marcia 163
Roggentine, Margeret 163
Rose, Donald 163
Rosenthal, Linda 163
Rost, Linda 163
Roughen, Dennis 163
Ruff, Nancy 163
Russell, Jerrold 163
Sabel, David 163
Sabel, Gerald 163
Sabel, Jerome 163
Sabel, Karen 163
Sabish, Nancy 163
Sarauer, Mary 163
Sasada, David 163
Sawyer, Steve 163
Scannell, Diane 163
Schaefer, Robert 163
Schaeve, Harold 163
Scharf, Jeff 121,163
Scharf, Joyce 163
Scheer, Barbara 163
Scheer, Dianne 163
Scherschel. David 163
Schessow, David 121,128,163
Schibline, Michelle 163
Schiel, William 163
Schingen, Joy 163
Schingen, Wayne 104,121,163
Schmahl, Margaret 163
Schmidt, Dennies 163
Schmidt, Kenneth 163
Schmitz, Bradley 163
Schmitz, Robert 163
Schmitz, Ted 163
Schneider Bonnie 163
Schneider, Ellen 163
Schneider Frances 163
Schneider, Jo Ann 163
Schneider, Karen 141,163
Schneider, Randolph 163
Schneider, Richard 163
Schneider, Terrance 163
Schneider, Thomas 163
Schoebel, Edward 163
Schroeder, Marcy 163
Schuchardt, Debra 163
Schultz, Doris 163
Schultz, Jane 163
Schultz, Nancy 163
Schultz, Sandra 163
Schultz, Thomas 163
Schuman, Carol 163
Schwartz, David 163
Schwartz, Linda 163
Thurman, Thomas 104,1 2 1 ,1 54,162,165
Toghe, Patrick 165
Tinnell, Janis 165
Tischer, Patricia 165
Tolzmann, Renate 165
Toney, Julie 165
Tonn, William 165
Topp, Nancy 144,148,165
Toth, Susan 165
Toth, Rick 165
Touchet, David 121,165
Tousey, Patrick 165
Towne, Scott 165
Treitline, Ken 165
Treleven, Debra 165
Unmuth, Judean 165
Vistinin, Janice 165
Vodgs, Deborah 165
Voskuil, Patricia 165
Verhasselt, Diane 165
Voysey, Suzanne 165
Seal, Barbara 163
Seibel, William 164
Setser, John 163
Setzer, Kay 164
Shaw, Mary 164
Shepro, Debbie 164
Sheridan, John 121,164
Sheridan, Suzanne 164
Vritlik, Jan 92,165
Wachholz, Carol 165
Wagner, Joe 165
Wagner Joe 165
Wagner, Mary 165
Wagner, Mary 165
Walsh, Mary 165
Shreves, Linda 164
Sievert, Mike 164
n, Colin 164
Singleton, Gayle 164
Singleton, Marie 164
Slaght, Paula 164
Smedberg, Carla 156,164
Smith, Barbara l. 164
Smith, Barbara E. 164
Smith, Jeffery 164
Smith, Paula 164
Smith, Bob 120,l2l,128,l64
Snyder, Marilyn 164
Soles, Stanley 164
Sommerfeld, Tom 92,164
Sondergard, Mary 164
Sonnenfeld, Virginia 164
Sonnentag, Gary 164
Soyk, Cathy 164
Spallas, Julie 164
Spies, Barbara 149,164
Stafford, Caroline 164
Stahmann, David 164
Stanchfield, Donald 164
Stark, Ellen 164
Stellmacher, Carla 164
Stephany, Robert 164
Stoegbauer, Connie 164
Stoegbauer, Janet 164
Stoffel, Michael 164
Stokosa, Barbara 164
Stoll, Pamela 164
Strean, Timothy 164
Strelow, Marcia 164
Stubbe, Sharon 164
Sturtz, Robert 164
Sturtz, Virginia 164
Sullivan, Katie 164
Tadych, Marcel 164
Tarpey, Robert 164
Taylor, Robert 164
Tennis, Barbara 164
Tennis, Linda 164
Thern, Raemond 164
Theurwacter, Tom 164
Thew, Jacqueline 164
Theyerl, Mark 164
Thiede, Steven 165
Thorpe, Debra 165
Thresher, Marilyn 165
Warner, Deborah 165
Wedde, Elizabeth 165
Weigelt, Suzanne 165
Wendt, Gary 165
Wettstein, Paula 34,154,16
White, Theresa 165
Whittaker, Jean 165
Wiesen, Pamela 165
Wilhelms, Daniel 165
Wilke, Dennis 165
Woznick, Dennis 165
Wiegert, Melita 165
Williams, Melody 165
Willis, Mark 165
Wilson, Kenneth 165
Winter, Dennis 121,165
Wirtz, Elizabeth 165
Wiskow, Darrel 165
Wiskow, Linda 165
Witty, Terry 165
Wolf, Linda 165
Wolk, Carol 165
Wrzesinske, Richard 165
Wurtz, Joanna 105
Yelle, Susan 165
Yohann, David 165
Zibolsky, Sharon 165
Zibung, Donald 165
Ziesmer, David 165
Zimmerman, Rita 165
Zoelle, Robert 165
Zwicky, Jeffrey 165
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of the opportunities for friendship and good times, as
well as for learning, we, as students of Goodrich, can
benefit from our three years here.
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and tomorrow is nearly today. Look back, remember,
and learn from yesterday. Look ahead, make plans for
tomorrow. But then, free yourself from the web of
memories of yesterday and the plans of tomorrow so
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