Lindbergh High School - Spirit Yearbook (St Louis, MO)

 - Class of 1977

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'HN' -I f f S Y 1 4151 '.Nl 'ulw y gl., H .H Axf '- x -,Jw .- A' "f'L'5.Qt-"3 , 31' ,D L .XV -U. I. B' " . utyx J 5 -'mfr , W OI' :Q In f 1-Q. of x s. A . - r y -. ' .M.m.fr-fl? A '- R .W V . ,Il-' ' 1.91 , 1' I , L ,,,-,,n'.ua.-lg.J.jlnQi -'Q'-4, l . -'lax 'wr ,J--. ' '--D .+ gf .itlh-J of f .1 X F- X M ,mf DIRECTIONS Our route divided sharply into three marked roads, And we divided haltingly to discover our abodes. "Street ends, no outlet" was the intellectuals' way Of actuating potential through matter-form interplay. So they lived inside the closure of their rational minds To maintain total isolation from inferior kinds. "Main Street" was, of course, the most travelled of the three As it boasted social satisfaction and fulfillment of each "me," Inviting humanists of all kinds to settle with the crowd, And be sociable, and individual, and humble, and proud. "Travel at own risk," a quiet, trying, unusual trail, Was selected by the few who, though they faltered, refused to They seldom paused to rest, ever journeyed toward their goals And walked apart from most, save the Lord of their souls. We divided at that crossroad with tears of joy and sorrow, And chose with deep convictions our directions of tomorrow. Regina Lederle elf ' ,., -a -L x- U A rf'-f Vi'- -as f l ,Q . .- CONTENTS Student L1fe Clubs Ath1et1cs Educators Indwlduals Semor D1rectors -'xii iuvqqawgsn K 4 -. America has need of thousands of leaders who will never be elected President or even a governor of a state or president of a professional society, but who, quietly and Without ostenta- tion, nevertheless will exert true leadership in their several walks of life. Harlod W. Dodds 1977 Spirit Honors ,r Z -3- ff" Qwiig' v . Qt 'Xin J '. K ' vi: ' Q L- D ,, ' S 1 AX' x t . ,.s, r , v 4 5, , . Kiel- Q ' Q '. is I .. X 1 my - ll: i i l .3 I X 96 'Er is 5 K fi-Qi4ggg. , t as 1 i., eff? 4 'I 1 iii? Hx, iw- G? 1' rs. Yvonne Cole For the past nine years, Mrs. Yvonne Cole has done a fantastic job at both teaching and sponsoring at Lindbergh. Mrs. Cole did her student teaching at Northwest High prior to her recent job here. Her teaching profession, which involves Biology, started back in 1968 - 69. Besides teaching Biology classes, Mrs. Cole takes on a full time job by sponsoring the Pom-Pon Squad. The squad members and their coach have become very close as a result of spending long practice hours together. Mrs. Cole, a graduate of St. Louis University, attained her Masters degree in Biology in June. :ali M. 2 Leadership and learning are indispensable to each other. John Fitzgerald Kennedy f . his if-lisa -Mix . W.. 'l,l4f'g WY- e 5 5 J if' 'S gg -Jggx. ' X . . . I-' - . - , A .CTX lf' x file- '- ' , , -" , 9 ' f .. .. lv 4 . 5 'J 9 2.5'53mf-N -.. A 5 ' fi . l 13'- JU! 5 1 3 4 6.5 4 0 D 15 -. T ' vi- 22 is 1.3 1 ,Al i . 9 1 ,.,: :MM Q 1 lflf vo -we if , I Q W., . .l 5r""" Congradulatmnsl Dr. Amen Leading Us Upward And Unward We Are All Proud l 1 Of You + P1'es1dent Cf The Natlonal ASSOC13t1OH Of Secondary School Prmmpals P . -'iv 0'L. gg, 1 K' X X 1 V X .N ' J x 0 0 0 0 0 0 . . TY . T 1 Bl'-YI ' ll ,un .........-- S DE T LIFE There is no single road to character - a variety of routes will always need to be used. - Cody N J Homecoming Day rf""-0 Orchestra took first place. Second place was awarded to the Cheer- leaders, while Student Council and Pom-Pon tied for third. Music was provided by the Symphonic Band. . , ' - V. 44' i - . .. . v .. - 31,1 ' Q: -f'fZ""V'!J,""N ,Hall My 9-4I3g"' There was a lot more to the LHS Homecoming than just football. Several clubs participated in the float contest preceding the game. The half-time activities featured the announcement of this year's Spirit Court. Entertaining music was provided by the Sym- phonic Band, while the Pom-Pon girls gave an excel- lent display of coordination and talent. The day was completed when our Flyers succeeded in conquering their opponents by a score of 10-7. Harvest oon K9 XJ f YL? King John Dunda Maid Jill Mabie Knight Brad Faerber Q 116811 Bonnie Boniface Maid Sandy Clampitt King John Dunda Maid Tracy Milligan Knight Steve Mosier 13 Spirit Dance 19 6 Queen Bonnie Boniface Knight Buddy Becker On October 16, students clad in suits and long dresses boogied down to the disco mu- sic of Stash at this year's "Harvest Moon" Spirit Dance. John Dunda and Bonnie Boniface were honored by the student body when elected as King and Queen. Other members of the court included Maids: Sandy Clampitt, Lysa Fuller, Carin Lim, Jill Mabie, and Tracy Milligan. Knights were honored as Gary English, Brad Faerber, Buddy Becker, Jeff Pantuk- hoff, and Steve Mosier. The student com- mons was elaborately decorated with col- ored streamers and silhouetted posters of young couples. Pep Club, who sponsored the dance, also provided refreshments for those who attended the dance. W x l Paint The Town With a bucket of paint and a paintbrush the artistic members of PAINT THE TOWN created a colorful stage YELLOW AUDI- ENCE greeted the crowds with an action packed per- formance by dancing and singing to Hello Dolly. With a variety of colors, MISS CRAZY CRAYOLA got right to the "point" of the matter by using their wits which sharpened their act SONG SUNG BLUE sang away any blues that might have been in the au- dience that night. r VHE TOWN GREEN AND GOLD IN- VASION turned the crowd's imagination to- ward the sky and outer space. The cowgirls of PA- NAMA RED saddled up and turned out a winner. The ever-popular STAGE BAND performed during the intermission. The LIT- T L E B R O W N J U G passed around more than just good cheer. It pro- vided plenty of inspiration for the choir. 'IS ll"lL IUWN The cheerleaders of PUR- PLE HINEY HIGH enter- tained the audience with their cheerful antics. Their team may not have won, but their applause soared to new heights. The multi- colored clowns inspired the crowds with their CIR- CUS BLUES. Pete Finger- hut displayed his magical talent along with John Clayton in TRAGIC BLACK MAGIC. The young stars of the RED ROSE QUARTET en- tranced the crowds with a flowery ode to lovers. NXSVT N! C RAYQL A NMI 'K1:NTT Fr QQ E Tow HE WN Donkey Basketball f'7 Friday, November 5, marked the day for Lindbergh's Donkey Basketball Game. The first contest pitted the freshman class against the sophomores. The soph- omores downed their opponents 12-11 in overtime. In the second game, the seniors defeated the junior 22-13. The two winning teams jousted each other in a third and final contest. The seniors defeated the sophomores 17-16 in an ex- citing overtime championship game. By defeating the sophomores, the seniors gained the first place title in the Donkey Basketball Championship. Rules had been issued to the players, making it known that each participant must be mounted on his donkey to score a bas- ket. Q I ,P . E ' 55 PP J 5:1 ,iq WY' sw 1 A+ Aa X' aa' :Rx Y X" h' ge X ' ,- , ,. ki - H1 E iq. ,I -N , .K 97 1 1 i y. 1 .15 ,- .J- fs .G s, -,,- -.D fk 0 s' fl Z1 1977 Snow Queen Mald Beth Acord Escort Brad Faerber Mald Klm Held Escort Chuck Farwell Queen Beth Folz Mald Llsa Avey Escort Mlke Patton Sw Mald Shelly Merrltt Escort Jeff Hubard 20 Mald Connle Loeffelman Escort Steve Mosler jfusf An arched walkway delivered the excited attendants of the 1977 Snow Queen Dance into a sparkling world of winter magic. The student commons was appropriately deco- rated with shimmering ice and snowflakes, demonstrating the theme "Summer Wish- es, Winter Dreamsf, Beth Folz was chosen as this year's queen by the student body. Student Council provided the dance with entertainment by Faustus. 'S- e I llflill A, 21 f4 Pure As The Driven Snow PurityDean1 .... Leander . ...,. ,A Mortimer ..... r Johnathan Logan Zamah Logan ,. Mrs. I-Iewlitt . . Alison 'Hewlitt MJ E.Z. Pickens . . . Imogene Pickens Jed Lunn ..... Mrs. Iflogue , . . Letty Borber . . Nellie Morris . . . . . . .fvrplyn Hood Q ........ Mike Cobb .... Pete Fingerhut .i ....., , John Franz . . . .Peggy Kuhn . ....... Laura Morris . . . .Stephanie Bates . . .John Clayton . . . .Diane Poem , , . . . ,Torn Uhrig Helen Wucherpfennign . . . . .Linda -Whitmore Melissa Newberry' A4 22 , -4 Spirit Week N! During the week of April 11-15, LHS held its annual Spirit Week activities. With the help of StudentCouncil, T-shirt day, the ice-cream social, graffitti day, and the senior breakfast proved to be spirit arousing events. On Friday, the Garrison Band provided entertaining music in the com- mons during all lunches. The week was capped off with the Hangar Dance. 12 Tuesday 12 i 14 Thursday 14 1 Hawaiian Sunset sil- 'int I , , t f -Q I' K 1 XFZ, King Dave Holoway Escort Sue Schmitt 49 Warrior Ken Boemer Warrior Steve Mueller Warrior Tony Slyman Escort Kathy Riehl Escort Pat Breihan Escort Sherri Hessler Warrior John Ferris Escort Holly Lincks Warrior Tim Voorhees Escort Janice Schilli Warrior Kevin Tulley Escort Erin Overton Warrior Mike Dunda Escort Connie Cassani ,v N4 E 197 7 Turnabout "Hawaiian Sunset," this year's Turnabout Dance, made its rounds again. Senior Dave Holoway, was crowned this yearis Hawaiian King. Restless Natives were Dave Bolesta, Spencer Hurst, Karl Mueller, Mike Cobb, Scott Risch, Scott Becker, and Bryan Blackford. The Pom-Pon girls and Cheer- leaders put many long hours into the dance, preparing for this festive event. The hula vi- brations were transmitted to the students by the ever popular "Younger Brothers." Students may not have swayed their hips and waved their arms graceful- ly, as a Hawaiian might expect, but the students did have an ex- citing and enjoyable time. fm 'xt "Vi A .- ' if '12 si' X i Qu, 'C ,X 5 S - l jg bij Y v ' Q if '15 -s-'iq l '51 25 , .5 i os I N 'x x 4 . f fc' fW' J 9 - 5 I ri 1 3 as , vfffrs-ax 5 X It 'M p i, 2' x , xx., T ' S . x. " , 1 s I W 'Q n 1 f Y Donlt Drink The Water W., ' A lk if X K. 4. ,LTA YI ...................JohnBlair . . . . Laura Morris Axel Magee ....... .... B ruce Keller Susan Hollander . . . . . . Nancy Inman Walter Hollander Marion Hollander . 1 . Father Drobney .... ........ M ike Cobb Ms. Kilroy ........ . . . Margie Terranova Ambassador . . .... Pete Fingerhut Krojack .... ........ T im Duncan Chef ........,... ..... L inda Whitmore Sultan ........... .... P ete Fingerhut Sultan's lst Wife .... .... J oan Burrgrabe Kasnar ..........,. ...... J eff Fuchs Countess Bordoni .... ..... S ue Nouri 27 JUN" I i' ff: ' if I4 -is 1, h 's Jef!! 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" - lui 1' 'r A -.." a 4 -L fx 8' 'ix ' r-+A "-N-....,f K ex LBWI ACTIVITY AWARDS Paul Bauer Doug Bender John Blaur Bonme Bomface Mark Bornholdt Pat Brexhan Janne Bullard Dave Carr Conme Dressel Gary Engllsh Krm Held Karen Hrllerlch Carolyne Hood Bruce Keller Steve Mueller Pat Pxskuhch Don Rred Reld Spauldmg SCHOLARSHIP Peggy Acklm Dave Allen Paul Bauer John Blalr Mark Bornholdt Crarg Bruns Barb Carey Demse Conboy Colleen Corbett Marxlyn Daurn Karen Endebrock Wrllram Erxcson Trlsh Farley Krm Felder Deanna Stomberg Robyn Wagner wards HARVARD BOOK AWARD Laun Sbockberger THESPIAN SOCIETY Carolyne Hood Bruce Keller BAUSCH 8a LOMB Carol Von Rump KLSR Ed Degroot Wrlham Erlcson Peter Fmgerhut John Franz Dale Mersbach Cathy Frscher Robert Goodman Kun Harr Kun Held Make Holkamp Carolyne Hoode KIlStl Hubbard Rxch Hughes Geralyn James Trudy Janko Greg Jewell Dan Kauffman Jlm Kelly Drana Kmttle Anna Konsewlcz Cathy Kotsas Tom Lyons Jill Mable Pat Prskuhch Art Walther I' Assembly RECIPIENTS Sue Major Mike Marion Nancy McNamara Mark Mertens Brian Meyer Jeff Moore Steve Mueller Bill Neumann Susan Nicholson Sue Pape Mathew Perlow Lisa Pisoni Rhonda Pless Linda Portell Dave Potter Janice Sarkisian MATH DEPARTMENT Jeff Judd Steve Swallow POM PON Ruth Kraatz Jill Mabie FORENSICS Mike Cobb Carolyne Hood BUSINESS DEPARTMENT Kelly Ellis U. S. NAVEL SCHOLARSHIP Jeff Upchurch GENERAL MILLS AWARD Anita Schneider Cathy Schlude Jeff Shore Beth Spencer Diane Stockhausen Mark Swinnerton Cynthia Thoenes Debbie Timpte Jane Tinkham Terri Uebel Betty Waarsenburg Michael Weiss Linda Whitmore Theresa Wolz Marianne Wroble Terri Zikes Greg Zupan J OURNALISM Mark Bornholdt Pat Breihan KIWANIS AWARD Tim Duncan TOP HONCHO AWARD Don Reid PRESIDENTIAL GAVEL Clinton Cole YEARBOOK DEDICATEE Mrs. Yvonne Cole NATIONAL MERIT FINALIST Paul Bauer Wesley Messinger Mathew Perlow Graduation '77 W To Make An End Is To Make A Beginning I' 4 FY 563: fi?" ,ffm - A :Q f- 'L Mg--5 lit' vii!! nfl: yah' 4 I as L.-J -wx K I . ..-- , 3 -4. in-p' 1 'Ns ful' Xx sz 36 NNE hxfvxf .1 'L"'1'N' ix w +J 7 7 7 P: Q 2- ,W I ya. f ' ..1' 4 1 , XL f iv X . AA.. V 37 51K'Q?"-,N 5 f N 'fi' F j'Q ..3 ' - Cy ' I 4... ' " .4 0 ,,, . I, s' . A x I '-M L, I 1 l CLUB v I 1 ' X ..l , Every great man exhibits the talent of or- ganization of construction, whether it be in a poem, a philosophical system, a policy, or a strategy. And without method there is no organization nor construction. Baron Lytton EL O I p1r1t The 1976-77 SPIRIT staff worked diligently to produce this year's edition of the SPIRIT. Under the direction of a new sponsor, Mrs. Lois Warfel, and editor-in-chief, Cyn- thia Maurer, the staff put in extra hours to perfect the yearbook. Among many innovations, the SPIRIT held its first annual Yearbook Banquet, a new activity which is hoped to continue. The staff should be commended for their great effort. ATHLETICS: D. Jones, E. Sorrells, editor. ROW 2: B. Carrie, S. Meyer, NOT SHOWN: T. Werner. firm 'R 'ce 7 1 x CLUBS AND STUDENT LIFE: FRONT ROW: P. Leisher, Clubs co-editor, J. Duncan. ROW 2: C. Boettcher, Clubs co-editor, C. Dressel, Student Life Editor: S. Vasterling. NOT SHOWN: K. Gary. PHOTOGRAPHERS: FRONT ROW: K. Warren. ROW 2: T. Heine, editor: K. Bull, M. Swinnerton. .. n . 'M' le., i ,,..,,, ,,:,, ,.,, . , 2 1 X E ' - s Q',' , Vw S 'QNX sf-F" 4 'iii J im? 2 4 Qydw' oo LITERARY AND EDUCATORS: FRONT ROW: D. BUSINESS: FRONT ROW: L. Tanner, man- Schaffer. ROW 2: K. Bull, Literary co-editor: S. Patton, ager. ROW 2: B. Hildrethg G. Jones, manager. Literary co-editor. ROW 3: M. Steck, Educators editor. NOT SHOWN: C. Weiss. If kj' INDIVIDUALS: FRONT ROW: K. Moeller. ROW 2: J. Tobias, M. Misi- more, J. Kardell. ROW 3: J. Bullard, editor 1 1 Y. 1 K ,- 1 ,gfiiftorlin-chief ' I X117 Mark Bornholdt Editor-in-Chief The Lindbergh newspaper, the PILOT, served as a source of information and exposure for any individual or group in the high school. With the aid of their sponsor Mrs. Peggy Monaco and Editor-in-Chief Mark Bornholdt, the PILOT published of eleven is- sues including the special senior issue. The PILOT covered Variety Show, all of the big dances, Home- coming, the Spring Play and other LHS events. The PILOT provided Lindbergh journalists with many different kinds of written media at which to try their pens. The PILOT does a great job in entertaining and informing the Lindbergh student of our school news. 4 Z KN ,ey N .p V ., F U I 9 IJ 1.55. fx V f' E fe, ,' X X S " N ff Ni I X ff-.Zu-w I, fig A xt 3 x I, ,spa , 'fx PILOT: Photographers: K. Warren, K. Bull, T. Heine. Not shown: M. Swinner ton, B. Ochs. 42 77: beg PLOT 'Q I' Mrs. Monaco Sponsor Out through the fields and the woods And over the walls I have wended' I have climbed the hills of view And looked at the world, and descended -Frost PILOT REPORTERS FRONT ROW D Txmpte H Okollschan S NOUFI B Ericson P Bauer Corbett S Mueller ROW2 A Clarlda S Pannell M Wroble D Stockhausen M Kxmker K H1ller1ch B Overton G English ROW 3 M Heimos G James D Constantin S Hostler L Schall K Hutte f N ' J 4' 1 X Y x I .. 5 b V ,s .. 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Sorrells, G Sorrells B Carey. Y. V' g. gg: Q I lsr KLSR, the Lindbergh radio station, sought to provide interesting entertainment for everyone. They broad- cast music shows, informative talk shows about sci- ence and other topics, news, both general and sport- l oriented, and live sports programs from the Lind- I bergh gyms. They broadcasted each weekday from 1 their luxuriously carpeted studios on the upper floor of the Senior Building. KLSR DEPARTMENT HEADS AND SPONSORS: Mr. Lischer, Sponsorg D. Meissbach, technical Director: B. Ericson, Station Manager: E. DeGroot, Pro- gram Director: Mr. Harrison, Sponsor. lux W W I .f -ri I traveled on, seeing the hill, where lay My expectation A long it was and weary way. -Herbert l ...meme W, V' KLSR PROGRAMMING: FRONT ROW: B. Ericson, L. Hilse, D. Kalbac, K. Kuhlmann, P. Ram berg, D. Rensch, K. Strom, D. Meissbach. ROW 2: E. DeGroot, J. Buettner, S. Nouri, P. Spear, B Watts, J. Bornholdt, M. Terranova, R. Day, P. Vlaich. ROW 3: P. Fingerhut, J. Franz, M. Starkey, P Piskulich, P. Kuhn, D. Schnurbusch, C. Hess, D. Barber: Mr. Harrison, Sponsor. ROW 4: D. Guile, J. Cole, T. Riney, J. Clayton, R. Manley, A. Walther. 44 V t . 9' it 1-5' lf. av WA . f,,.- , . X , 'Q 'x' K ' L a uf x L . , X ,f H ' , 9 , I .yw - "4 ' ' ' , K? l 'efgigs'-iq: . fag. n + YL 'A usa ' 4' 'A 1 " 5751 of, ff 1- 1 2 G il' 4 I, W YK 'iv- x ' . 'I ' U 3.2 1 . -- KLSR ENGINEERING FRONT ROW J Buettner B Horme S Wells R. Waldo, S. Schiwinger,J. Ramberg ROW 2 J Donnelly R Zimmerman R Mayer E DeGroot D. Meissbach. ROW 3: Mr. Llscher Sponsor B Ericson J Franz M Starkey P Spear A Walther, B. Walpole. in x w i 1.1.4 N - ,. " KLSR STAFF: FRONT ROW: D. Meissbach, Technical Director: B. Ericson Station Manager: E. DeGroot, Program Director. ROW 2: D. Guile, Head An nouncer, Assistant Sports Director: J, Franz, Sports Director: M. Starkey, Pro motional Director: S. Nouri, Publicity Director: A. Walther, News Director. 45 A1 a Destiny is not a matter of chance, it is a matter of choice, it is not a thing to be waited for, it is a thing to be achieved. -Bryan Student Council STUDENT COUNCIL: FRONT ROW, STEPS: J. Simon, K. Tyler, S. Bentz, N. Tyler, G. Mueller, J. Scialfa, C. Knaus, L. Bodendieck, J. Ullrich, D. Knittel, J. Kirk, K. Held, J. Schloss, S. Kirk: Mr. McGuffey, Sponsor. ROW 2, STEPS: M. Meyer, M. Walther, K. Brennan, S. Maurer, G. Harshberger, J. Zupan, T. Diekmann, R. Wagner, K. F elder, C. Cole. FRONT ROW, BALCONY: M. Hamel, Bo Cook, T. Abernathy, R. Pipkins, P. Minton. ROW 2, BALCONY: S. O'Keefe, T. Stemmler, H. Lincks, J. Sarkisian, N. McNa- mara: Dr. Leibner, Sponsor, E. Shelburne, M. Newberry, J. Fuller, R. Day, J. Blair, R. Manleg. Meeting each day fifth hour under the direction of Mr. McGuffey, Student Council performed many valuable ser- vices for Lindbergh students. They ran the School Store during lunch hours on B days and sold Heart-o-grams for Ag., STUDENT COUNCIL OFFICERS: FRONT ROW: K. Hillerich, Co-vice President: K. Held, Co-president, S. Mueller, Co-president. ROW 2: D. Stromberg, Secretary, P. Doran, Co-vice President, G. Burlemann, Trea- surer. Valentine's Day. They sponsored many of the school's dances, beginning with the Pass Dance in September, and Hangar Dances on several Fridays throughout the year. They also planned and executed the Snow Queen Dance. K l 4 Letterman's LETTERMAN'S CLUB, FRONT ROW: B. Shelden, President, M. Stil well, Vice-President, K. Tulley, J. Dunda, G. English, D. Bender. ROW 2: M. Mueller, S. Bartholomew, T. Albers, R. Winkelhoch, R. Hampel, G Rumford, A. Maletich. ROW 3: Coach Jaworski, Coach Mach, B. Kauf- mann, A. Gladstone, D. Mach, Coach Bee, Coach Cox. uill . nd croll Quill and Scroll, an honorary or- ganization for outstanding jour- nalism students, held their annu- al banquet where new members were initiated. Quill and Scroll consists of talented SPIRIT, PI- LOT, and KLSR workers. This organization is sponsored by Mrs. Leutweiler. Letterman's Club, direct- ed by Coach Mach, Coach Bee, Coach Jaworski, and Coach Cox, consists of out- standing athletes of var- ious sports. To assist their club and their sport, mem- bers frequently sell re- freshments at football and basketball games. gilllfll 4 -wax 1 ilf' . i N , VV V .X Y. l ' ' B3 5 i I, W' "1 I If Y , xi 1 f bf, I iff! -5 fs- T 'f o , g.. 3: 75 QL 5: 5x5 5 .Sw SWS ' .Q-1 A T11 ,M ' 1 I. G s 'hi ' Es - B 'RS -2. h'1:1'.-- - X-ye :Q Ii iriii-I+,-tg 1 , X QQ -if f 'J' DRAMA CLUB: FRONT ROW: J. Cubbage, S. Walsh, S. Sager, L. Underwood, M. Hammel, M. Hamd, M. Steck, L. Oellermann, M. Hanewinke. ROW 2: B. Ericson, S. Elkins, D. Pisoni, J. Walker, M. Taylor, D. Potter, C. Splisgardt, M. Newberry. ROW 3: L. Frederick, A. Burr, L. Jackson, J. Bornholdt, K. Prichard, M. Heimos, S Kolocotronis, M. Kaiser, A. Conant, J. Knox, J. Follmer. ROW 4: R. Picarelli, B. Hughes, M. Kendrick, L. Onana, L. Amen, J. Cole, G. Oxendale, K. Underwood,C. Leathers. Lf if ' 'a 74 Y ' , .uh Maw" 3 ' .- -' .. ,- f i?4.g,,gKi yr A V ,3,k,.i.,4Q 3 -,ii -- '31--f X'.' ' fii "1-.-1588.-W 1-Af' F-- u 1 48 ., AF, 'ba Drama Club Drama Club sought to pursue the dramatic arts and become aware of all aspects of the theater with the help of its sponsors, Mrs. Peppers and Mr. Carle. They took a field trip to the Loretto -Hilton Theater and visited the mid- dle schools to give plays. They also gave banquets for themselves at which they provided their own entertain- ment. Drama Club is one of Lindbergh's most popular or- ganizations. 1 2 Q 45. ' , 'v-'ua ff ri I V ' I I ULAND INN . :Q '. DRAMA CLUB: FRONT ROW: C. Bruns, B. Hordkits, L. Vollmarg D. Thompson, Program Directory B. Walls, Treasurer. ROW 2: K. Wiegertg M. Terranova, Vice-President, M. Cobb: C. Hood, President, D. Nassar, K. Endenbrock, L. Goellner. ROW3: Mrs. Peppers, Sponsor, P. Fingerhut, Secretaryg L. Fueller, J. Bullard, E. Kliever, M. Wroble, L. Smith, N. Henkle. ROW 4: M. Amann, J. Fuchs, S. Underwood, B. Keller, D. Drummond, S. Young, P. Kuhn. l 49 -.4 .f f' -xx. . s - . 1 14 v L f N A lv-55 ., y .11 I '-4 x I Q ,x ' L I 1 A., . L11 L. L 4 -v i v A r ,,,. 1 VK Madrigals I and II Madrigal I and II, an elite group of 36, performed classical as well as modern music at the Christmas concert, the Night of Music, the Spring Choral Concert, the Subur- ban Music Festival, and other such community programs, a job well done. Brass Choir Brass Choir, in its second year, is composed of members of Sym- phonic Band and Concert Band II. They performed at numerous musical activities. Mr. Brunner guided these talented students to their great success. 'Z W ,. MADRIGAL I: FRONT ROW: S. Wagner, M. Schuster, S. Minnick, G. James, K. Hartle, N. Mltchell, S. Niehouse, Mr. Bye, Sponsor. ROW 2: B. Keller, R. Middleton, P. Acklind, B. Acord, T. Uebel, S. Pape, D. Caito: ROW 3: K. Kent, N. Overton, K. Ellis, M. Bornholdt, P. Breihan, D. Jobe, K. Krueger. 5 I . 2 MADRIGAL II: FRONT ROW: Mrs. Vaughn, Sponsor, M. Sirett, T. Coleman, T. Jerashen, D. Balance, F. Blaylock, M. Johnson, M. Caola. ROW 2: J. Ferris, M. Jost, D. Thompson, B. James, G. Wolk, C. Casamento, R. Floyd. BRASS CHOIR: FRONT ROW: J. Ballenger, A R. Babb, T. Price, S. Mathis, M. Roach. ROW I, 5,'- 2: L. Chott, J. Bullard, L. Sansore, T. Schued- dig. ROW 3: Mr. Brunner, Sponsorg J. Nottel- mann, K. Lovera, K. Model, J . Clobes, D. Dum- meyer. 9TH GRADE CHOIR: FRONT ROW: R. Boyette, L. Lenhardt, J. Sago, J. Smith, N. Salib, L. Mastis, L. Smith S. Sulhoff, M. giendaickll K. G -, g wen isc er 1 z Q, N Q 6 a . 9 . t O , H. F' , . 't - . singer, E. Czichos. ROW 2: K. . ' ' Witbrodt, L. Fuchs, L. Fehr, T. Kozeny, M. Heimos, Di in fl - ,l V in Q . :- an I i Thompson, T. Ramsey, L. ., , - A , V Swank, B. simpson, K. Gnd- 7 Y Q-. 9 6 Q Q X 4' 9 . - J. Moehl, L. Nelson, J. Flint ' . G 3 s ' 4 l. Q er, A. Underwood, H. Tice .hi g ' ' J I ,E S Q' . l A ' K i A 1 Q ROW3.' L. Milligan, L. Stuck- 4-ii 'fi A . i N . '- l N meyer, L. Livingstone, M. 1 I X l A 3' V Scott, M. Harr, G. Brisco, L. I , 3i if ' Milligan, R. Grab, T. Ball, T. 1 Sanders, L. Onana, S. Glick 5 " en, J. Leigh, M. Rola, M 3 l g I 4 l Graneto, C. Klingemann, D Steffe, M. Jurgens. ROW 4: B. Jordan, J. Kinslow, L. Curtis, L. Oellermann, K. Wolff, D. Carroll, K. Hill, L. Dieckhaus, J. Lorenz, B. Medlock, W. Kelly, K. Hall, D. Morgner, M. Waltemath, M. Szoke, N. Acord L Amen B Franz P Wobbe 9th Grade Chou' Ninth Grade Choir under the direction of Mr. Bye, practiced vocal fundamentals to develop their sing- B Jil'-4 4-,U 'H ing abilities This year s Ninth Grade Choir partici- I' J l-Q Q pated in the Spring and Christmas Concerts, the Elementary School Concerts, and the Suburban Choral Festival NINTH GRADE ENSEMBLE FRONT ROW L Stuckmeyer M Jurgens H. Fischer, M. Rola K. Hall, K. Owen, H Tice J Smith ROW2 B Jordan D Thompson M Heimos S Gllckert J. Leigh, A. Underwood. ROW 3: G. Brisco K Wolff D Carroll B Medlock L Amen P Wobbe SITTING Mr. Bye. 1 ' 1 ' Y ' 3 T I I I 0 I , r 6 ' ' 4 Y x Y T I f:,gvv - ZF, wily f' i U : : . , . , .i , . . .' . , . , . , , , 9 ' 7 - y - , . , . . .' l 51 Mixed Choir Q A L MIXED CHOIR: FRONT ROW: N. Blumfelder, V. Schmidt, C. Fickenwirth, J. Kidd, B. Fisher, D. Jones, M. Franks, B. Ruprecht, K. McBride, C. Jerashen, E. Haeger, L. Kent, L. Bornholdt. ROW 2: S. Koester, G. Weber, D. Malone, D. Reinheimer, L. Warner M McGinnis C. Bo'e L Borlesch C. Schlude K Krue er B. Berri,J Tobias D. Walther,L Versen S. Vandveer 7 ' 7 J 7 ' Y 7 ' g 7 ' Y ' 5 3 L. Roush. ROW 3: D. Blanckaert, C. Correll, L. Armentrout, E. Patton, B. Taylor, T. Laufer, J. Kohm, M. Amann, M. Dmytrack, T. Blackford, K. Krueger, L. Darr, J. Schlecht. ROW 4: A. Bradford, E. Jacobs, C. Wepfer, M. Flanagan, M. Marx, R. Wall, B. Polk, M. Hoffman, B. Koenig, B. Conway, D. Day, T. Diekmann, D. Gerner, D. Minnick. 3 , ,si Q , . -152 ...V A V 'A ? If L ' W ' V, 4 ,E . - , 51, ,Q xv I Q.. ' ' I Q 'HMM-. Mixed Choir, led by Mr. Bye, showed their talents at the performances they X e . Q' gave at the Christmas Choir Concert, the Night of Music, and the Spring Choir Concert. They sent their best groups to sing at the Suburban Music Festival at UMSL and at elementary schools in the Lindbergh district. The choir had a great year. v"" Concert Girls Choir .v 7- r , , 5: V- 1 . CONCERT GIRLS' CHOIR: FRONT ROW: M. Sullivan, C. Letchworth, B. Ericson, S. Buerke, L. Bolesta, J. Staton, J. Blunt. ROW 2: Mrs. Vaughn, Director, G. Nahser, S. Alspach, P. Moser, G. Thomas, T. Abernathy, M. Newberry, S. Walsh, C. Boettcher. ROW 3: R. Mantia, T. Muckerman, J. Hancock, N. Smith, R. Lederle, D. Moeller, A. Jatala, A. Hoelzer, S. Hedrick, A. Rathert. ROW 4: J. Goforth, K. Martin, B. Bates, D. Wood, P. Miller, K. Gehlert, P. Claus, S. Mair, M. Kern, C. Link. S ' . ll ' is i r 1 2 , 4 'TZ ll ' 1 W ii CONCERT GIRLS' CHOIR ENSEMBLE: FRONT ROW: G. Thomas, P. Moser, G. Nahser, L. Bolesta, T. Abernathy, Mrs. Vaughn. ROW 2: D. Moeller, A. Hoelzer, C. Boettcher, C. Link, P. Claus, S. Mair, A. Rathert. Free As the Wind . . . Concert Girls' Choir is the newest addition to Lindbergh's music department. It was 'ef formed to alleviate the excess W v ,Jw ,ue - number of girls in Mixed Choir. g 3. The Choir sang such classics as 5 1 "He Watching Over Israel" and A ' A show tunes like "Look to the r Rainbow" and "On the Street Where You Live." Mrs. Vaughn directed the group. 53 -M 334, ,...,, 553564, fgslgfz.. , -. . ',p-Vt' M M.. . .J I - M ' N-ffm 5 M c , r 1- f v ' 'G 'V 1.11 : , , .. ,W , , 5,4 . . S ! if 2 4 ,Jaya 1. l I ff" -41:1 -QQQQ hem? 1 lf 1 . 4 , , , . . . , C ,H ' " M 3...gL-MM' 5 'M if V ff' N P 4 ' , 5. T VT ' T - .W ffzff I W ' f . T l mi X jr. fir- , vw-f!f.f ,,: ., 1 V ,,, , , ,A I 'Q "'L"'uu. il ff' " " 5 l"' ' .-'4.:.,.,.-:F f A A f' 1 R,!fi.ni. ','f "' I 1!...:::, A, K I M ,2l.....,,' j,' ,' ri 23 el ,ff-' ., if A , ,.,l,j,:, - A 1 ff ,, f ,1.au,.'s..46.?, L - , 'r-,f' if IS X : an ' 4 -'- 1'll'f'f'f'r' :af iff . ,-.V 7f"'f7' .al P A 4 if xx It's a long road to freedom, winding steep and high, But when you walk in love with the wind on your wing, And cover the earth with the songs you sing, The miles fly by. -Sr. Theresa Winter . as ,pn C Cappella Choir A Cappella Choir put forth great effort this year to make their choir Lindberghls finest. Led by Mr. Dean Bye and Mrs. Blye Vaughn, the group, largest in Lindbergh history, performed excellently at their Christmas Concert, the Night of Music, the Spring Choir Concert, and the Subur- ban Music Festival at University of Missouri-St. Louis. l A CAPPELLA CHOIR: FRONT ROW: C. Raby, S. Wagner, L. Dull, M. Schuster, B. Cross, S. Meyer, D. Conini, M. Caloa, G. Hart, C Casamento, R. Floyd, B. Keller, N. Lamprich, C. Lanham, M. Syrett, J. Bahn, K. Hartzell, K. Shirley. ROW 2: L. Ruprecht, S. Ault, K. Wiegert M. Thousand, M. Johnson, C. Williams, T. Smithson, S. Cissell, E. Blaylock, J. Rensch, G. Wolk, G. Hueser, M. Jost, J. Kidd, K. Kent, J. Burggrabe, T. Coleman, P. Waldo, D. Spring, L. Stockberger, D. Kolocotronis, N. Mitchell. ROW 3: J. Jenkins, S. Mimmick, G. Messmer, L Cooper, L. Holcomb, C. Bermei, P. Bird, D. Frey, P. Acklin, S. Dmytrack, R. Middleton, Vice-President, D. Thompson, Treasurer, S. Nienhaus J. Blair, B. James, M. Sonnenschein, C. Miles, S. Ellebracht, R. Thomas, J. Warhoover, K. Helgenberg. ROW 4: C. Srock, D. Ballance, K. Ellis, S. Scott, E. Onda, L. Hall, J. Ciecelius, e. Kloever, B. Acord, J. Ferris, N. Underton, D. Moore, G. Morrison, M. Bornholdt, President, D. Jobe, S Hostler, D. Caito, K. Krueger, P. Breihan, T. Uebel, T. Jerashen, D. Timpte, K. Koester, L. Lederle, D. Drummond -Q "' " -""7 ' --.T 5-- chili SYMPHONIC BAND: FRONT ROW: G. Klumb, M. Dilthey, N. McNamara, K. Bull, D. Churovich, D. Knittel, C. Dressel, G. Harshberger, N. Wasson P. Daffron, B. Hill, L. Horn, S. Elkins, C. VonRump, A. Creek, D. Triplett, L. Launch, J. Daniels. ROW 2: G. Jewell, C. Mertens, J. Neu, M. Mertens, M Kimker, D. Stromberg, P. Piskulich, C. Brown, J. Marx, G. McNamara, M. Essmyer, D. Davis, G. Garner, M. Thompson, K. Powers, D. Woodling, M Christian. ROW 3: J. Clobes, R. Winkelhoch, S. Bachesta, G. Beck, S. Carmona, L. Glaus, A. Holloman, R. Rankin, C. Shormas, T. Schueddig, R Blackmore, J. Upchurch, J. Panchot, C. Lynch. ROW 4: K. Model, K. Lovera, S. Dorough, D. Skrot, D. Carr, J. Lengen, R. Hughes, M. Bess, T. Price, R a Babb, M. Marx, S. Clayman, D. Harshberger, S. Mathis, K. Rodgers, M. Roach, S. Duban, S. Tanaka, C. Drazic, R. Jasper, C. Palmer, D. Dummeyer, B. Cobham, L. DeMenle, C. Bermel, D. Essmyer. Symphonic Band, Lindbergh's best band, had the privilege of being cho- sen to play at the annual music teach- ers' conference in Jefferson City. Due to snow, the band was unfortunately unable to go. The band also played at Lindbergh football games, pep rallies, and during half-time at Homecom- ing. They also sent groups to the en- semble festival at UMSL. .5 'f Mr. Brunner, i Director X - uma nina--all law J" " ' - " " JA' I . - -' . 2.,-L+ -..-J - w---.3-f---- ' e . , '--T" -g,"2-,-1-+,,.15r.-I .. .W- "' -- .--,,. ., ,ifmas -. ..., , -,V ,...,. , A 1 "v: J 14.52 'vfv -mx--f-':TpfT.,i:':-.r-., .' - ' - '--f"'l'Q-" ff :axfii-1... ...N"5" ' -1 '5 . - -ICI. .',,,4 55 Q X . 4 . 'AQ . -,e . A- , 1 'vu .- 7' .,' CONCERT BAND II: WOODWINDS: FRONT ROW: C. uinn, E. Overton, J. Rodgers, S. Holm, D. Beard, J Q . Andree, M. Fichera, S. Hogan. ROW 2: T. Beulick, S. Patton, L. Pruitt, P. Buescher, B. Zatorski, K. Dudley, L. Hilse, D. Kalbac, J. Blunt. ROW 3: M. Raeber, D. Price, P. Sisson, L. Turpin, W. Roberts, T. Riney, P. Woobe, L. Endebrock. ROW 4: C. Adams, J. Zatorski, B. Wassall, S. Mair, J. Ebner, K. Baker, K. Daniels, K. VonRump. ROW 5: A. Clark, B. Reary, B. Keim, B. Staufenbiel, C. Kennedy, R. Guth, J. Strobl, M. Spalinger. Bruntner in 1 C. James, C. McCready. Concert Band II Concert Band II, lead by Mr. Brunner, worked hard to per- fect such pieces as "Broad- way Show Stoppers," "Coat of Arms," "Jubilant Over- ture," "Oliver," and "Cumb- land," at their annual winter and spring concerts. CONCERT BAND II: BRASS: FRONT ROW: D. Thiecker, J. Huetel, J. Duncan, C. Meyer, K. Paulsell, V. Miles ROW 2: J. Kauffmann, J. Schmidt, F. Farinella, C. Ellis, M. Wroble, J. Roach, R. Hampel, P. Dugan. ROW 3: J Nottelmann, J. Lema, L. Messinger, J. Bullard, L. Chott, M. Gormley, J. Follmer, D. Spar-go, B. Johnson. ROW 4 . sae 5 CONCERT BAND I: WOODWIND: FRONT ROW: R. Picarelli, M. Jones, S. Heidbreder, S. Mathis, D. Schim- melpfnig, B. Brown, K. Garrett, D. Mest. ROW 2: A. Edrich, N. Hatler, V. Fickenwirth, M. Tweedis, A. Pearson, C. Dudley, J. Cubbage, C. Linkogel, M. Meyer, L. Kintz. ROW 3: Mr. McCready, Director, M. Brand, K. Sonder- mann, S. Sundhausen, A. Walther, R. Thompso, M. Hanewinkel, C. Beller, P. Tyrer, W. Goede, D. Hurt, J. Simeone. ROW 4: D. Forsythe, C. Baumann, D. Churovich, M. Dunda, D. Smart, C. Nejelski, T. Kistner, N. Garner. Concert Band I Concert Band I, directed by Mr. McCready, worked on technical skills with the aim of eventual promotion to Concert Band II and Sym- phonic Band. CONCERT BAND I: BRASS: FRONT ROW: L. Poston, D. Malone, K. Datson, J. Moser, B. Waldmann, J. Ventucci, M. Yates, S. Meine. ROW 2: D. Grills, J. Beck, A. Riegert, B. Hughes, J. Duncan, D. Bellous, J. Haviland, J. Antes, R. Waldo. ROW 3: B. Noland, J. Mielke, B. Lancaster, A. Holland, S. Kalna, B. Boyd, P. Kemper, M. Davis, J. Vetter, R. Miller. ROW 4: J. Kroupa, T. Duban. Um r nf 7 " -JYJTQ l'. N McCready I' - ' " A .f f M 44. ,. '- ,L ' ' , ff V .W , A f ,A 1 Y 1 x if .-. -v ' 1 , . - . , f 3 . W , . my ll Q fig all lv 'X Q BRASS: FRONT ROW: N. McNamara, K. Bull, M. Kimker, S. Bachesta, G. Beck, D. Davis, M. Essmyer. ROW 2: M. Roach, S. Mathis, T. Price, M. Marx, C. Shormas, T. Bolin, S. Duban. ROW 3: K. Model, C. Mertens, G. Klumb, M. Dilthey, C. Drazic, L. Davis, D. Wirick, T. Schueddig, R. Rankin. .lj Orchestra Orchestra, under the direction of Mr. Paul Correll, strove to work with bothx the school and community to produce music at desired events such as church con- certs, programs, school events, festivals, and wherever else they were needed. Orchestra had a very successful year. fffhlsfl STRINGS: FRONT ROW: C. Hoff, L. Holtgrewe, K. Hillerich, Secretary, C. Wepfer, C. Eschbach, J. Bullard, Vice President, N. Breitweiser, D. Lanius, D. Uebel, K. Cook. ROW 2: B. Fleer, A. Stippec, C. Carmona, L. Hovious, C. Dunley, C. Dunley, J. Lauer, J. Raby, A. Lanius, M. Zimmermann, R Hummel, L. Tobler, M. Kern. ROW 3: L. Stockberger, C. Jorden, L.O'Neal, J. Joslin, P. Heyde, H. Heizer, M. DiLorenzo, B. Vlaich, T. Humes, K Murphy, T. Heizer, Mr. Paul Correllg Director. ROW 4: J. Harlan, J. Cole, G. Wolk, K. Bartholomew, R. Jackson, F. Taylor, P. Rau, S. Bentz, K. Moore, G. Lynch, B. James. ROW 5: M. Rola, N. Underton, J. Zupan, J. Haffner, G. Sorrells, S. Ewing, S. Hoffstetter, J. Cox, L. Butts. 58 Chamber Orchestra Chamber Orchestra is a small, select group of Orchestra members who en- joy playing chamber music. There are also soloists and ensembles within Chamber Orchestra. Although they are known mainly for their skill in performing classical works, Chamber Orchestra is also proficient at playing modern pieces. Under the direction of Mr. Correll, they held performances at local churches and demonstrations for the Elementary schools. Con- gratulations for a fine year! 7' - - - -f- O 1 is AJR 74 A CHAMBER ORCHESTRA: FRONT ROW: C. Hoff, K. Hillerich, Secretary, C. Wepfer, C. Eschbach. J. Bullard, Vice-President, R. Hummel, B. Fleer, C. Carmona. ROW 2: J. Joslin, C. Dunlay, D. l Lanius, M. Kern, T. Heizer, P. ,l-Ieyde, L. Holtgrewe, L. Tobler. ROW 3: L. Stockberger, C. Jordan, J. Harlan, J. Cole, R. Jackson, G. Wolk. ROW 4: N. Overton, B. James, G. Lynch, J. Zupan, S. I Hoffstetter, L. Butts A l 59 5 'X 5 Stage Band N"' f V , , 13, 2 Q Stage Band, under the direction of Mr. Robert X K EZ Tobler, is designed for those students that hold X f a special interest in playing pop and jazz music. ilijfgg ,V Their talents and,abilities are known through- 1 f,C.2 H I out the state. Among this years activities, Stage 2 pw-31 Band held a benefit concert in support of the ' l , , M-15" Bond issue at Crestwood Plaza. The members of if .7 'le ,. ' fl u the band, as well as the students of Lindbergh A 'N , J 'ffl-Ra-- TT High, should be proud of the 1977 Stage Band. Q 041. ul ,4-1 p-, 715 f k STAGE BAND: FRONT ROW: M. Mertens, D. Price, C. Lynch, G. Garner, K. Powers. ROW 2: C. Mertens, G. Klumb, R. Winkelhoch, J. Clobes, K. Model, B. Johnson, K. Lovera. ROW 3: R. Guth, C. Kennedy, C. Drazic, M. Roach, J. Ballenger, K. Rodgers, G. Goad, R. Babb, M. Marx, S. Clayman, T. Price, S. Mathis. ROW 4: J. Cox, L. Butts, Mr. Tobler, Director. PEP CLUB: OFFICERS: FRONT ROW: Ms. Scott, Sponsor, R. Benack, President, C. Knaus Vice-president, D. Constantin, Secretary, J. Crecelius, Treasurer, A. Escott, Publicity Chair- man. ROW 2: Ms. Holmes, Sponsor, J. Lingeman, Senior Rep., A. Konsewicz, Senior Rep., D Steffe, Junior Rep., D. Triplett, Junior Rep. ROW 3: Mrs. Kimker, Sponsor, L. Endebrock, Sophomore Rep., J. Tobias, Sophomore Rep., M. Steck, Sophomore Rep., L. Jackson, Sopho- more Rep.g J. Toler, Sophomore Rep. ROW 4: B. Simpson, Freshman Rep., J. Zupan, Fresh men Rep., K. Gilder, Freshmen Rep., D. Tomlinson, Freshmen Rep. Pep Club, consisting of approximately two hundred members, contributed greatly to Lindbergh High School. They sponsored the Homecoming Spirit Queen Dance, Donkey Basketball, and other activities. In the spring Pep Club held their annual ban- quet. They helped cheer the Lindbergh teams on to victories and supported them in their defeats. With the aid of its spon- sors Mrs. Scott, Mrs. Link, Mrs. Younce, Ms. Holmes and Ms. Engelhardt, Pep Club had a very fun and exciting year. PEP CLUB: FRESHMEN: FRONT ROW: L. Yount, J. Kelly, L. Nelson, L. Mastis, B. Beier, L. Jackson, C. Dickey, K. Witbradt, C. Litzsinger, S. Glickert, J. Luer, C. Steck, C. DeHart. ROW 2: V. Milla, M. Dorough, L. O'Brien, K. Swaney, J. Morris, G. Brinkley, D. Steffe, S. Swallow, J. Zupan, E. Overton, K. VonRump, L. Swank, G. Vasterling, C. Marziotti. ROW 3: B. Blaine, B. Bell, D. Hyberger, C. Politsch, N. Weber, S. Eaton, K. Gilder, B. Simpson, D. Tomlinson, E. Roach, S. Bentz, C. Ackermann, J. Gilbreath, L. Poston. ROW 4: S. McDannold, L. Milligan, R. Grab, D. Schermaul, D. Clampitt, T. Tanaka, B. Franz, M. Rowe, D. Absolon, K. Daniels, M. Williams, S. East, J. May, L. Fuchs, L. Fehr. ' Q ', Y 440. A 5 sf i .11ln PEP CLUB: SOPHOMORES: FRONT ROW: K. Womack, M. Thomas, C. Erps, S. Digiovanni, L. Mueller, J. Matthes, V Fickenwirth, C. Scott, J. Tobids, K. Moeller, J. Toler, C. Wepfer, L. Jackson, E. Patton. ROW 2: L. Gerdemann, S. Stanhope, A Schif, D. Dempsey, H. Balliett, C. Johansen, L. Fehr, R. Passanisi, C. Bender, K. Dalton, K. Prichard, J. Kardell, T. Moore, N Blumfelder, L. Henderson, T. Tiongson. ROW 3: L. Walter, D. Motta, E. Kuhn, A. Ransom, L. Chott, A. Pearson, D. Kalbac, L. Hilse, G. Nahser, C. Rehagen, E. Jacobs, J. Bornholdt, A. Bradford, L. Warner, L. Marquardt, L. Weiss. ROW 4: D. Hurt, J Simeone, M. Mueller, T. Koch, A. Bouer, L. Endebrock, A. Escott, C. Weiss, C. Boje, M. Steck, L. Borlesch, L. Proctor, B. Zatorski J. Schanzle, M. Brummel. 9' fi, PEP CLUB: JUNIORS Sz SENIORS: FRONT ROW: J. Bullard, R. Benack, J. Lingeman, C. Knaus, S O'Keefe, L. Palecek, T. Milligan. ROW 2: D. Kolocotronis, K. Shirley, D. Steffe, D. Triplett, K. Bull, S Patton, J. Seelman. ROW 3: K. Casey, K. Tyler, L. Stageman, S. Siems, A. Konsewicz, D. Constantin, J Crecelius. kt 61 ational Honor Society National Honor Society had a great year. They began their activities by making a float for the Homecoming parade. The biggest achievement of the Society was getting out of debt through co-sponsoring the exciting Donkey Basketball game with Student Council. As usual, they initiated hundreds of new members at the annual winter and spring initiations, selecting candidates on the basis of their scholarship, charac- ter, service, and leadership. New members were invited to the Cardinal baseball game in May. .'- - NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY: SENIORS: FRONT ROW: S. Meyer, M. Amann, K. Bull, C. Frank, S. Major, C. Fisher, K. Ellis, B. Acord, P. Fingerhut, A. Walther. ROW 2: A. Maitland, T. Fluff, M. Swinnerton, J. Crecelius, J. Lingeman, S. Gebert, E. Onda, R. Hughes, P. Schuessler. ROW 3: T. Lyonds, S. Wagner, L. Allen, L. Dull, R. Henderson, M. Bess, S. Diestelkamp. ROW 4: J. Will, M. McClare, G. Zupan, K. Goddard, M. Rosenberg, K. Kays, D. Pope. NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY: OFFICERS: M Kimker, Vice-Presidentg P. Piskulich, Presidentg S Horine, Secretary-Treasurer. 62 FL L Q- 'D G Q NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY JUNIORS FRONT ROW R. Middleton D. Kolocotronis H. Becker, C. Knaus, D. K Muether C Uebel K Paglusch K Messmer P Streng P Melies B. Currier M. Kilo C. King, D. McLaughlin, R. Reyes J Ronecker ROW3 C Williams C Rognan K Koester A. Clarida J.Toenges K. White R. Krueger, L. Drazic, C Jackson T Patrick T Abendschem N Ghnouly J Heineck. ROW 4: C. Albers J. Kath D. Frey, K. Dare, D. Jaby, D. Steffe V Feeler J Puchta J Haffner J Cox J Baudrexl S Duban. ROW 5: K. Kratz N. Jeck S. Hornung,J. Judd, G. Behnen K Gary R Mayer B Gleason E Dam Q-J3-'x.5.nfx nfxmnfx rn na nmgnmgngtgghagm nm nfx.5.nfx r-rx nfx.g.n NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY: SOPHOMORES: FRONT ROW: H. Okolischan J. Clobes D. Churovich, B. Cook, S. Foppe N Varsham J. Parres B. O Gorman J. Panchot C. Lynch D. Spindler G. Miller M. Miller, D. Dripps, M. Farwell ROW 2 B Walpole T. Ruzicka K. Krebeck D. Vorbeck D. Stuckmeyer M. Steck S. Clayman, K. Moore, T. Hoernan B Horme D. Barber D. LaPree E. Holloman L. Launch. ROW 3: L. Weiss C. Rehagen, K. Moeller, L. Endebrock A Escott P. Claus J. da Silva K. Gehlert M. Bolesta S. Balota L. Hylla T. Hillemeyer, S. Digiovanni, S. Decker T Blackford G. Goddard. ROW 4: D. Wagner L. McKinney A. Schif S. Stanhope M. Brummel L. Chott, M. Droppelman D Kalbac L. Hilse H. Heilich S. Carmona K. Grace P. Gross. ROW 5: M. Wroble K. Model,B. Keller, D. Welndel K Kuhlmann B. McGaughy S. Koester L. Kent J. Staton S. Alspach B. Bates M. Nix, B. Bannister, J. Blades ROW 6 C Schejbal D. Olson P. Urberger B. Spinzig K. Prichard M. Rathgeber D. Schaefer, S. Seals, E. Patton N Blumfelder L. Jackson M. Hurst C. Correll G. Thomas M. Balzer. ROW 7: D. Woodling, S. Walstt, K. Ludwlg M Devlne R. Mueller J. Moore G. Rumford A. Maletich S. Schiwinger T. Riney J.Tinicham, K.Wiseman, L. Wacker ROW 8 L Underwood S. Zeibig T. Riney J. Trompeter A. Hoelzer B. Mielke. I . . G .. 4 ,A F V . ff . 1' vi vm 'fig ' Q I W .10 hd 'T N 1 ,Tix 3 ar? ju 1 li. , 7 . : vfd 0 LYS- '- 71' .A ,cn , f 1 9 - - ,. 34" ,fr ."f1f,. r ' f I , ,' JF- ' .' fra B... g,Qff-:.', A ,f .Hay I ,V W .9 .V I. . ., 1 1 - '-PJ 'X ' " 'L ' ' Z. J ,, W... 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Pope, - , . , u 7 ' 7 ' 7 ' 7 7 7 , . . : . , . , . , , , , . , . , . y - 1 - 1 9 , . , . , . , . , . , . 1 1 , . , . , . , . . nel' -v '5' '5' Q-9 y W 7 7 7 7 ' 7 7 7 7 7 7 Y ' : ' 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 ' 7 7 7 7 7 7 ' 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 ' 7 7 7 7 7 7 ' 7 ' 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 ' 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 ' : ' 7 7 7 7 7 7 '7 ' . 7 7 7 7 7 7 ' 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 ' : ' 7 7 7 7 7 K I l v . , NDBER Co-Pilots Co-Pilots is a group of girls who take the times and figures for the Cross Country team. The girls help the team by supplying food at meets and by cheering them on. Lindbergh's Co- Pilots' president is Pat Breihan. They did great. CO-PILOTS: FRONT ROW: H. Harrison, T. Back, K. Held, L. Allen, P. Ballenger, L. Dull, J. Bahn, J. daSilva, Sophomore Rep.g H. Fischer, S. Glickert, P. McFarland, S. Sager. ROW 2: S. Shelton, L. Armantraut, A. Escott, S. Pat- ton, K. Bull, D. Stromberg, K. Felder, S. Stieren, P. Breihan, President: J. Marx, J. Leigh, H. Werner, J. Luer, K. Wolff. The Lindbergh Wrestlettes are girls who keep score at the wrestling matches. Not only do they post scores indicated by the referees, but they also keep records of how the points are scored. Coach Herd super- vises the Wrestlettes. WRESTLETTES: FRESHMEN: FRONT ROW: R. Squires, L. Livingston. ROW 2: Coach Allen, D. Thompson, A. Walther, D. Carroll. . Q A :sr me wnzsmrn P L fry f If xxa- C' 'E Q 2 kj f Wrestlettes WRESTLETTES: VARSITY: FRONT ROW: N. McGinnis, J. Batsch, C. Ely. ROW 2: Coach Herd, T. Werner, S. Unger, C. Mclntire, L. Henderson, D. Slyman, Coach Lohse. 64 'Q ADVANCED BIOLOGY CLUB FRONT ROW S Seals M Klmker P PlSkUllCh Co President D Schaeffer Mr Kassmg Sponsor ROW 2 Mrs DeClue Sponsor Mr Lunte Sponsor O Wembergh G Mendall S Hostler K Whlte Co Presldent S Swallow .L- Envlronmental Problems Club ex perlencmg a trlphng of ltS mem bers over last year worked to 1m prove our envlronment They saw frlms and speakers to mcrease thexr awareness of envlronmental problems and to examlne methods of attacklng these problems Wlth the help of the1r sponsor, Mr Ea son, this group helped to ameho rate thelr own corner of the world dv-W Advanced B1olog ll Advanced Blology Club learned more about thelr favorlte subject blology through lectures and ex perlments pertalnmg to plvotal blOl0g1C3l ISSUGS They also tasted the excltement of outdoor llfe when they went rappellng after a preparatory lec ture by B111 McConnell of the Museum of Sclence Mr Lunte and Mr Kassmg led thls group through thelr excltlng adventures ln sclence I pq rh y a ' L 5 fl P elf ,Qw ' ' ' : ll .lfln ' "5- Envlronmental Problems Club ,Gi O6 . A 1 v .. l 1 - ' . I .. - . S . ' . ' ' I P Q T' , ' , " '- ' 'Q , . - ' V ' S Q -lf' a - n l I n I ' ' l , 7, ,,,, pd, .fl - - V ,nw Lv Quai " V A - ' v I I , at . Aly, . : f. ' Al 8911 r O . ' I 5 7 ' .Kal ' . - ' n V 1 ,, ' ' zz , I f I "2 l' lk CDS' gs ' 3 ,A ' A - UN lfwl, A .1 5 1 U' fl , r-r. 77' J " f:f 'f i . T In A-N - fl T T - 1- Q ,2 1 ' ' lt 4 ,.' r '-' X , Y ' ll . . v' .'! ' ,- gl ' 1 44 ra? it .1 - JJ! u M v an LR " I . . sp R A l N I s , 3 it 4 A , ei 5 - . . . - ' - x r -43 . - . . Q j I F v - . v H 5 '51 ,- it A .. Q 1 : 1 P Y ji I . i t ' if l ' . -I "Lift, ' .- .x 1 l f . 'sl 6,95 '- . I 4 ' ' I I ' A " v - P' 'Z 1535, I. jf! , ' 'Y' -lm I , '?k..5.,. 1: U " 1 +1 IA 'agi . " v - V as . - f. ' 3 Q '46 ,VH fx., l 'EQ ag' VJ' 4: ee: , f if . - V ee COMPUTER CLUB: FRONT ROW: T. Jankog H. Okolischan, Treasurer: T. Rineyg J. Whalen, Vice-president. ROW 2: J. Hall, President: H. Crock- rell, G. Goddard: N. Ghnoulyg Mr. Bungenstock, Sponsor. Computer Club Computer Club devised new ways to use computers for fun and knowledge. Meeting informally every week, they learned new computer techniques with the help of their sponsor, Mr. Bungenstock. Through Computer Club, many students enhanced their knowledge of computer program- ming. X ,-- Chess Club Chess Club practiced playing their favorite game - chess - in preparation for their many chess meets throughout the year, at which they did not place last. The chess team worked hard under the direction of Mr. Linter and Mr. Kettler in order to keep fit for their many matches. SESS 9 CHESS CLUB: FRONT ROW: J. Amanat, D. Dripps, B. Hil- dreth, P. Dempsey. ROW 2: Mr. Linter, Sponsorg J. Boeger, M. Menghini, L. Messingerg Mr. Kettler, Sponsor. I advance hoping. -Fletcher f 1 cufn Nc' ,471 A541111 0 I' v LHC if .il , K! '. Q -' ' , x K ' QU no W W 4.20 i' 2 ,H r Q1 iflfvxfd ' L fs. 'H . he fs. Q Ch ' CHEMISTRY CLUB FRONT ROW J Ramberg J. Ronecker Vice-presidentg R. Vierling, P. Piskulichg Mr Smith Sponsor T Ruzicka L Pruitt ROW 2: J. Jacob' K. White Presidentg J. Whalen,Treasurerg K. Hansen 4 This year s Chemistry Club enhanced their classroom work with outside experi- ments after school under the direction of Mr. George L. Smith, their instructor. They slaved diligently over hot Bunsen burners, ever striving to warm the room back up to a comfortable 78". ASTRONOMY CLUB: FRONT ROW: C. Beller, L. Chottg A. Pearson, Treasurerg P. Ramberg: J. Ramberg, Vice-president. ROW 2: Mr. Linter, Sponsorg C. Boettcherg J. Ronecker, Secretary: M. Rzchowski, Presidentg D. Dummeyer, B. Menz, T. Lyonsg Mr. Lischer, Sponsor. Besides attending astronomy lectures of varying interest, Astronomy Club, Sponsored by MT- Lintel' and MT- Ifollow brighter things. - Buchanan Lisher, undertook overnight field trips to observe and photograph the stars and to view the heavens through telescopes. Astronomy Club 67 N- -fue-..--.1-Q-v----,,,,,, . 100' A A N0 1: " ' S L I Y I 'i gr- 1 I . , I v.. , G ' I .L -A W w x K i I 1 ',' " V . l 1 , ' w . ' , il ,V . Q f. .g Afw I , A If 5 4 ' - Q -Q V "" S k. Pg . N ' - 5 5411.1 ' T4 . ' 7- "' 6 is 5- ' L If Q N. . I I A X . , i , ,. 1 p I tg I f 7' I l . , , - y Q - y - - , v 7 U34 1 gf ' s v X 'W K t ll. Home Ec Club Home Ec Club this year increased their knowl- edge of cooking and sewing through many varied and interesting demonstrations of new tech- niques in make-up, pie-baking, and dressmak- ing. With the help of their sponsors, Ms. Fischer and Ms. O'Toole, the girls explored innovative methods of managing homes and themselves ef- f1c1ently in f J 1 HOME EC.: FRONT ROW: D. Steffe, J. Blunt, J. Gasser, C. Fickenwirth, Treasurer, D. Steffe, C. Scott, L. Poston. ROW 2: S. Hedrick, D. Knelle, President, J. Crecelius, Vice-President, V. Fickenwirth, Secretary, Mrs. O'Toole, Sponsor. -L 1 ill l rt Club . l ART CLUB: FRONT ROW: K. Kuhlmann, J. Perkowski, C. Rich, Mrs. McNeill and Mrs. Jarnagin, li Sponsors. H "' fff' ,' 1 .A ' 4- 4 I , .. .. n i?g J rr: V 'S f Rl f I I 1 R - 1 . I X . ...V FQ XQQQQ .--R BXQP fl l 'z r I. 'l L.. 68 X Art Club drew, f painted, and craft- 4 ed their way to a better under- standing and ap- preciation of art as they practiced their own talents at drawing human figures and cubis- tic art. The club was directed in its efforts by Ms. McNeill, their sponsor. FMC makes an excellent background for students interest ed in the fields of medicine Mrs Hall Mrs Vollmar, and Mr Merryman directed the students in understanding the field better and determining whether the field was for them Guest speakers gave them an on the Job feeling nurses from different institutions visited them and so did paramedics from the area The club also sent many cheery cards to students that had been in the hospital during the 77 school year Els.. ""'-Z .:..::1 .:f FMC FRONT ROW: Mrs. Hall Sponsor' C. Kaetzel President' K. Matt- son Vxce President' G. Vollmar Sponsor' R. Merrymann Sponsor' ROW 2 E Ebert C. Kotsis D. Wagener S. Dreas. ROW 3: A. Rather D. Schlmmelpfennig S. Lavin K. Casey. ROW 4: D. Wilson C. Schlude K. Garrett J. Hornemann. ROW 5: A. Maitland J. Fuchs L Fehr D. Vollmar Secretary' Not Shown. D. Conini Treasurer. . . , . . . - - . . 5 7 . . s . 4 's..f . . , f ix x L .. . 5. rv ' 93' KJ . i' T . Q .4 Q ' .. . '- 4 . ,... b f f -.15 'lt ' 1111- ,,- 7 , Y, . - :-T .5 . 'T' if f L ,fn ' f ,- . 1 ::::::::"-:Ziiiii2"i3g . nzmwfiiiiifiiffllit . . l . 1 y.:::g:,......::::::::-:'T ':::::. 'guw55f.iE22E122r1112125112122 X, 0 -....,,"--m.--..., ..,...-',-4,-H' 4 -...Jig........Z"'----1.-.f+'::. ' 1"':E7'Y11::Si2EEEE2E?fE'Z:: ' -zzz:--1:11-1':w 4 wan- ...JZ--'17'1lII --.--1, ......-1.-1. ' 25.232, Ezzlllliiylifig " ' :EE::212Z12?f5 rf 'msg lzlllllifiiifg 7511: Ziilllftliifigr - i -5 r,::.- ::35g2g1:Q?j,g:a- 21' iE:::::15::. ri' "'i'2?- 53222213255 ' ...-,, '1 q U' 5' ' Y 7 7 7 r ' 1 r 1 u 1 ' ' U 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 Y I 7 ' 7 . 7 7 7 B s s 4 I 69 I 0 ' V Y ' , D lk . X1 A TI' all Q .3 . A AU Qi Science Fiction nd Fantasy Club Lindbergh's newest club in science fiction and fantasy, started by Science Fiction enthusiast Mrs. Bragg, ex- changed ideas and information about science fiction and debated various topics related to it. The members traded books they enjoyed and listened to lectures about interest- ing facets of the subject. SCIENCE FICTION AND FANTASY: FRONT ROW: J. Clark, P. Kemper. ROW 2: T. Gasko, T. Lyons, M. Rzchowski. ROW 3: R. Huff, G. Perry, B. Menz. w gg:e1'H"1 .ver F. French Club French Club, sponsored by Mrs. Gleich and Mrs. Seemiller, had a fun and exciting year. They participated in the soccer tour- nament along with the other foreign language clubs. Among its other activities, French Club visited Gravois Rest Haven with German Club. ABOVE LEFT: FRENCH CLUB: FRONT ROW: T. Beulick, M. Steck, S. Meyer, G. Thomas, S. Hengel, C. Ely, B. Horine, J. Flint, J. Wood, K. Gehlert. ROW 2: K. Williams, L. Endebrock, B. Mielke, L. Bolesta, E. Haeger, N. Henkle, L. Weiss, L. Sulhoff, J. Hauser, L. Kintz, P. Miller. ROW 3: A. Burr, J. da Silva, Trea- surer, J. Jorgensen, Secretary, S. Horine, President, S. Zeihig, L. Armantrout, S. Young, B. Mitchell, B. Acord, A. Eichenlaub, S. Krieger, Mrs. Gleich, Spon- sor, P. Tyrer, C. Link. LEFT: FRENCH CLUB: FRONT ROW: S. Hoevel- mann, M. Terranova, D. Green, C. DeHart, H. Tice, V. Feeler, D. Wagener, M. Slape. ROW 2: H. Wu- cherpfennig, L. Tobler, L. Wood, K. Dudley, L. Mas- tis, G. Brinkley, C. Dickey, A. Bradford, B. Burmeis- ter, L. Perrigue. ROW 3: C. Williams, J. Piskulich, S. Swallow, T. Wolz, D. Stromberg, C. Brenner, M. Wel- lons, N. Varsam, B. Bannister, Miss Seemiller, Spon- sor. . RUSSIAN CLUB: FRONT ROW: B. Lenhart, President: D. Triplett, B. Watts, J. Blair. ROW 2: C. ll S I I Weiss, C. Lampe, M. Shocker: Mr. Kremenesky, Sponsor. ROW 3: T. Duncan, D. Davis, Vice-president, J. Will, Secretary-Treasurer. Club Russian Club, sponsored by Mr. Kremenesky and Mr. Kell, kept ac- tive this year by bowling, ice skat- ing, playing soccer, participating in the Foreign Language Dinner, and enjoying a Christmas dinner, a Russian dinner, and the annual Russian Club picnic. 70 i German Club Assisting this year s German Club in their exploration of Ger- man culture was sponsor Mrs. Irmgard Voss The German En- thusiasts began the year with a German breakfast, featuring braunschwelger and cheese on rolls They made their own Ger- man meal from scratch at a spe- cial dmner in the Home Ec room The club s table fussball tournament was a great success, and the club topped an exciting year off by furnishing hors d oeuvres at the annual Foreign Language Dinner W S p1.5..fJ f s -If :- "' - F, . I ' ,fx A 3 Q .4 ,,,., ,-e-l-sg 40 GERMAN CLUB: FRONT ROW: M. Bratsch, S. Swallow, L. Nelson, S. Sulhof, J. Batschg C. Boettcher, President, P. Leisher. ROW 2: Mrs. Voss, Sponsorg S. King, C. Maloney, M. Brummelg H. Okoleschan, Secretary, S. Alspach, Vice-Presidentg B. Bates, J. Ebner. HEX 6 6 , i- i . . . , 9 3 ski? ' - A x..Qx,kE!'j.5,,. ss . , ' N at - 1 A X la ., 11 P, is 1 ' I ii , . 71 F3Ek' panish Club As the interests of Spanish stu- dents varied, so did the activi- ties of the Spanish Club which Mr. Sanchez and Mr. Barnes sponsored. Among the yearls highlights were hayrides, a Spanish dinner, a Halloween party, and the Foreign Lan- guage Dinner. SPANISH CLUB: FRONT ROW: J. Lorenz, K. Tyler, P. La- bus, B. McGauglyg A. Ransom, Treasurer: A. Boyer, Secretary, S. S. Bachesta, Vice-Presidentg L. Hilse, President. ROW 2: J. Bye, S. Elkins, T. Kock, D. Steffe, H. Balliett, D. Dempsey, J. Sartor- ius, N. Tyler, Mrs. Vires, Spon- sor, Mr. Sanchez, Sponsorg Mr. Barnes, Sponsor. ' -Q- I 'fc' 'Liv f . 1, 7 1, B, F23 1753- ' In 1. olfi - -:gif as , f 'L ,l 'Q Thespians The Thespian Society pooled the talents of the serious drama students to promote the- atre arts. With the help of sponsors Mrs. Peppers and Mr. Carle, the Thespians pro- duced the one-act plays, the Winter Play, "Pure as the Driven Snow," and the Vari- ety Show, and donated to charitable causes the money they raised by Christmas carol- ing. Drama and excitement went together when the Thespians met. SCHOOL STORE: J. Simon, M. Meyer, K. Hillerich, McGuffey, Sponsor. THESPIANS: FRONT ROW: D. Thompson, Programs Director, M. Terranova, Vice-presi- dent, M. Cobb, C. Hood, Presidentg D. Nahserg B. Watts, Treasurer, B. Keller, Social Chair- man. ROW 2: Mrs. Peppers, Sponsor, T. Uhrig, P. Fingerhut, Secretary, L. Fuller, B. Horkits, L. Vollmar, P. Kuhn, N. Henkle. R. Wagner, G. Harshberger, P. Dorang Clarinet Choir The Clarinet Choir, a special honors group composed of the best Lind- bergh clarinetists, performed at many band functions. They gave an excel- lent display of their talents at the Suburban Music Festival at UMSL. They impressed their audiences with their fine techniques. Mr. Brunner di- rected this ensemble. 1 'Q x7V.'.Q. chool Store The Student Council Book Store provided a valuable service for all Lindbergh stu- dents by selling school supplies at a re- duced cost. The School Store, open on B days, catered to the special needs of Lind- bergh students by offering books like DON QUIXOTE, HUCKLEBERRY FINN, and MAN'S FATE for English classes. CLARINET CHOIR: FRONT ROW: D. Stromberg, L. Launch, J. Marx, A. Holloman, M. Kimker, P. Wobbe, L. Turpin, D. Davis. Debate Forensics DEBATE M Rzchowski D Bramman M Marian Mr Harrison Coach FORENSICS: A. Walther, J. Walker, C. Hood, M. Terranova, J. Born NOT SHOWN M Menghml holdtg Mr. Harrison, Coach. NOT SHOWN: M. Cobb, P. Kuhn. To cultivate skill in the communicative arts, Mr Harrison sponsored the Debate and Forensic teams in experiencing speech drama, and debate The organization competed in the Greater St. Louis Speech Association Tournaments and various 1nd1v1dual invitational tournaments throughout the year. Synchronized Swim The girls in this year's Synchronized Swim Club withstood rigorous practice sessions which helped make their perfor- mances successful. Under Mrs. Buckner's competent coaching, the swimmers fluttered, swirled, and twirled for their captive audiences of water ballet. SYNCHRONIZED SWIM: FRONT ROW: S. Mueller, N. Blumfelder, C Boje, L. Borlesch, C. Weiss, L. Rector, R. Craig, L. Balch, S. Wieting, B Jordan. ROW 2: L. Stageman, D. Conini, C. Basye, S. Mair, T. Rachova, A Fletcher, C. Rood, L. Malloy, S. White. ROW 3: D. Frey, S. Stieren. R Wagner, P. Breihan, T. Abernathy, N. Droppelman, D. Slyman, T. Geary T. Moody, S. Unger. .L I , . I I I I l. , ll: Ill E ,l M Il .lil If :Qi .U ., p, lu ill' .II- I-Ig lu I 1,1 'I ll If l. 'I x,1 'li W., Ml. wi ll , I V!! ,U all f I I L 'I 'I I I I III Iwi lx I. l, EI xl' 1 xl W . ll ps, III, MI M1 :V 1 T 1 I I HL.. Rifle Club, under the director of Mr. Mottley and Mr. Jacques, strive to improve their marksmanship every Wednesday afternoon. Gun safety is also highly impressed on the members. By the end of the year, members are greatly familiar with the weapons and ' ficient in their use. 1fle Club RIFLE CLUB: FRONT ROW: Mr. Mottley, Sponserg A. Walther, President, M. Grosche, J. Wolf, K. Walling, Mr. Jacques Sponser. ROW 2: G. Brecken ridge, B. Curry, R. Abeln, D Spargo, J. Becker, K. Moore. God didn't create All men equal Colonel Colt did! -Anonymous reafihe Writing hi' L:- P 2' A3933 4 by ll CREATIVE WRITING: FRONT ROW: M. Felumb, S. Merritt, C. King. ROW 2: B. Bratton, Sponsor, S. Nicholson, R. Reyes, M. Rzchowski, L. Bernard, D. Grimplin, M. Stuhlmann, K. Casey. 74 Under the director of Ms. Bratton and Mr. Stuhlmann, mem- bers improved their writing skills and techniques. The pur- pose of Creative Writing Club is to en- courage persons with writing potential and to help the student writers to have some of their better works published.. The club members work close- ly to help each other improve their writing ability. QQ . g, ' Fai -I' Il Hag, .g J fv 9 , ' , . Z1 w, .fu K .r vm. Q 1 J', , Y' P -5-- ltw " as ,A M Sis, - . 1' ,f Q. M J Z3 ' '4 Nr V i 1,151 1 s..-, juvuv 6' ,C l 1-N-Q -' , vii --Ji.-,l- ,Z-V.. '1.,f-rf?-412+ A ' ' -ff 4 ff s , 1 5 5 . Q V ' X - Qg 45' 1 V 'sr' . fn! 5 " 'K . ' " N ' . ' -'iffy' R4 A I ff - . .ff as 11,' 1 A - J V n Y - , 'sl ' " , fl I ,5 " " .ik x- viix .k 4156 - Qzyq-K-xx j I' L Wm g W X . X -1' dll. , V l"'1 -, ' 1 xiii' ' " . ff' -Q ' , x ' N ' .. A . T X - -41 K xx!! " f 3.13 S3-1, ,.'wf'11'1SL"- -. ,.-- Q ..- . ATHLETIC Blind is he who sees not his own conscienceg lame is he who wanders from the right way. - St. Anthony of Padua "nn9'l P.,,,.aw fy ' -1 sw' '.'4'v4., l In I 'Sy WY' sl-1 -5' ., x fi 'lb 1 .gg-:d' ' dw ' uf' ff. X 4. .H 'A . - wtf' "' ur' Q. 1 X. x ,, .Q JU: N . , v U- '+..a.,,, ' v , .N , muff- ,. .. . , . mm ' ' 'M 5 f 9,gtn..AM A. . ,, .V . ,Q 1. :J .f g " ' vl:.' ,'- 'Aw ,- 'J' . 4 -V' " B gn, 55, .W ,J 1 'P ' 'ff Lf. .U L". gig 1'.""N, ' 9. ' ' Y . v vp.. ,.,v ' -xr' 'l' , . "- -54" . 'ik' '91, Pvt! ,II 'V 7 qjflv I 'f r N x ., A . W. . . , H l ..g,.-, -4+-fly 'ff VIN.: Hp-uf f ..f . V., , ' l . .af-Al.. b A Q..f'fLq,g,a-geg1,g- - -, ' ...,,,,,g1, :K ' ' ' -- I.- w-Rui' ' . . 'f-way., ..-1 x W ., 4. fs - , ,- f s .. Q M- 1 -" -5 ,mg-. V '-gf: 4 .nt -g , :gn , i, A . s:2".wt,3. 'ff vt' Lf' 7 1: .iq - i U 1'-s 44152 "-ffl: ' ' ' f , .A ws-X " fa.- 'TT A P ' - . X ,N S- . A 1 N -.. "...:f': fi X. '-- X -r. .-x- --. .- .....,... J . , F . , ,Vg . f-.. ww 3 .0 ":,.g .. I ., ., jJ,I'2-.g..yg3j.,.gA,,-yfl' ' ff ' 'f ...n-v..-J' .' "jg, 1. A"'ra:t' ' f'-W1-un.-:X ' F- .-42 ..... W .. . .E M... , ,,. . 1 lf 52 fm - M , we 5 fi .V 3' "' XLR, !"' X ' vm - Q . . . . X.. Q., 'N i 5152-Q ., .A nl Ji: E Mb 'fit .nv 1 ' .' l VARSITY, TRI-CAPTAINS: K. Boemer, D. Varelia, M. Clyburn. VERTICAL Cleft legJ'?'J. Mo1'rissey,rR. Willidms l B. Yochum, M. Sametz, T. Sundhausen, S. Kinkamp, T. Felts, M. Winsett, T. Ahrens, S. Kozeny, C. Young, Forman, T. Kastan, R. Theiss. HORIZONTAL: T. Anderson, M. Hyde, M. Anderson, B. Whiteshoes, D. Holaway M. Gray, J. Haffner, T. Albers, J. Hillemeyer, J. Hubbard, B. Shelden, M. Lawson, M. Roebke, M. DeWeese,,M Yang, K. Krueger. VERTICAL fright legjz M. Stilwell, D. Stoner, J. Ferris, M. Goodman, C. Lessor, C. Richards, D. Cope, J. Sartorius, B. Augustine, J. Higgins, J. Loechel, M. Bentz, G. Hirsch, G. Morrison. , no .4 5 I 5 is .. ,rw The 1 9 6 r 'lt af Y yers W. 'iffk . + 'i " -ifr' rj, f' .r V AM 'J 'll 'J - .. 40? - 'Y l - "2'fw'?2f.:3f.wS g -. . .V wg. . ',. .1 ' ' "fin I'- l . . Y 1 W, .. l. . . l 'ixwfi .. . . . .5 f .- if ' .T '-f.4f'df1f.' CIJ1-:ff A3 -'I .S"u, 2'R':'l,15 YL' ,i .. . , ,.. .N41'..,v, 151'-If .A .'. ,ln wg li 'J' as ,H s 'iig- I' . 'vi A . In I -1 AKG 35.1 l l bf Qs. X The Lindbergh Varsity Football Team provided plenty of 1 excitement for flyer fans this season. Under the assistance of Coach Mach, the team narrowly missed the Suburban g e South Championship when a field goal in the closing min- . utes of the game gave the Rams a 3-0 edge over the flyers. A This group of football players grew close as a team, that they often referred to themselves as a "fist," The fine leadership was provided by team captains, Ken Boehmer, as Dave Varelia, and Mike Clyburn. Breaking school records this year were Dave Holaway for the most interceptions of a season and Mike Stilwell for the most carries by a run- ning back in a single game. Several players were honored as they were named to all-conference, all-district or all-metro teams. Named to the first team of the Suburban South Conference were Mike Stilwell, Dave Holaway, Ken Boehmer and Tim Albers. 2 .Q . 1' LHS J .nezi rs"' 6 s . ms j jr 'SOPHOMORE , . . LHS' 27 Parkway N, .22 LHS 0 A Viaririey .5 7 LHS '7 2 DeSrnet1 0 LHS 19 Mehlville 13 LHS 14 Parkway C. 18 LHS 20 Parkway W. 21 LHS 7 Kirkwood 0 LHS ,H37 1 .Ladue o COACHES: C. Gately, s. Mach, M. Bachmann, LHS 19 Webster G. 8 D. Edwards. - SOPHOMORE, ROW 1: T. Grebel, S. Smith, L. Davis, D. Smeehuyzen, A. Gladstone, J. Boemer, G. Rice, B. Kaufmann, D. Mach, D. Robsk, D. Herbert, l C. Hageman. ROW 2: J. Vogel, B. Hickman, C. Richards, K. Krueger, K. Krueger, T. Voorhees, J. Miller, S. Becker, D. Masker, B. Vitoux, C. Dobler. ROW 3: J. Jackson, K. Zesch, R. Brueggemann, D. Badock, J. Squires, J. Parres, C. Hooper, S. Albers, W. Banks, L. Swann. ROW 4: S. Hirsch, S. Mabie, l M. Wymore, R. Portell, M. Cicotte, S. Casey, J. Lema, S. Schumacher, C. Hessler, J. Haviland, Coach Kell. ROW 5: J. Mardis, B. Hall, G. Morris, P. Heyde, M. Hoffman, M. Simpson, C. Count, J. Stobie, K. Paulsell, Coach Rothermich. l l I i l, i ,1 ,l W Y wx Y V Y . V --+---A--a-- -Q """1':L-rs s 12' "i' "i"'f"" FRESHMAN GOLD LHS 0 Ladue 10 LHS 0 Hanley 20 LHS 8 Webster G 50 LHS 22 Mehlville 8 LHS 12 Kirkwood 27 LHS 8 Vianney 14 I-L..-ia IEE.- FRESHM'AN GOLD: ROW 1: T. McCosh, G. Hoffmeister, J. Mielke, K. Schwer, B. Noland, J. Vetter, K. Johnson, , T. Hogan, J. Purcelli, G. Davis. ROW 2: K. Glanzner, J. Droste, S. Sundhausen, D. Hall, G. Hartle, J. Kneisler, N. 'M Tyler, R. Dam, J. Murphy, S. Ferguson. ROW 3: K. Mueller, R. Bachmann, B. Jones, N. Garner, M. Thornsberry, , . . T. Ahrens, P. Varelia, J. Hess, P. Spencer, R. Miller. ROW 4: R. Fergusen, T. Brown, S. Callier, B. Birchfield, G. 1 M ' ' I Parrott, D. Baer, R. Kitchen, C. Johnston, M. Richey, Coach Mehrhoff, Assistant Coach T. Williams. .-314 . 4 7 ' 3 L A ,lg 71-f-1555:-2 V: U ik z N. .1 H- .NP '54 STATISTICIAN: K. White: MANAGER: 5 , J. Luerg TRAINER: D. Ried. Y .s F' 1' A, r . . xi.: c s-.. ... P.al'4'x'x" Y ' x FRESHMAN GREEN: ROW 1: B. Macko, B. Creath, S. Noblot, J. Kennamann, S. Williams, G. MacDonald, D. Q "T-'PTP Huether, J. Follmer, D. Geoffrion, B. Howell. ROW 2: R. Lakowski, B. Leverenz, C. Baize, S. Snyder, S. Richey. C. X I Naccarate, B. Hooper, B. Boniface, T. Sanders, D. Lorance, K. Morioka. ROW 3: M. Schaefer, J. Torrillo. J. bf? N' ' Taylor, M. Warner, S. Anderson, S. Hulderle, T. Ubel, D. Stewart, J. Heutel, D. Booter, G. Morgan. ROW 4: B. Yerhes, D. Grills, K. Pilas, J. Jones, P. Giorgi, K. Garavaglia, K. Dobbs, R. Simmons, Coach Buffa, Coach Herd. R Y, V ni. l ' li L iiili 7 , 'lv' As i 'A A 'W " Q ' W T. l ' pl 1. , -il ' lui: M M FRESHMAN GREEN ' llli JJQLHS . 16 'Guam 6 LHS 16 1. Ladue 16 2 """"""' QLHS 0 ' iHanles' A 21 -fLHSfi20 ' Oakville 12 ' LHS, 8 Kirkwood 6 6 ' McClure N. 20 1 1 .41 R. , . gafrwm ' . .a, Y s ri if l,:, 'HN .. . .:....:.1'S. - - A gf' A 1 if g TENNISg ROW 1: N. Miller, S. Scowcroft, S. Teng, A. Clarke. ROW 2: K. DiPasqua, M. Kilo, S. Major, K. Bartholomew. ROW 3: Coach Puricelli, L. Wood-Smith, J. Wallinger, E. Swaney, C. Bender, J. Quevreaux. E G' l ' ' ' ir s Tennis Hits TENNIS lg-gg 3 grgglwogd 3 It OVGI' The Gt ll' WOO LHS 4 Parkway C. 3 LHS 4 Ladue 3 Z 'gglfsviay N. g The Girls' Tennis Team, sponsored by Mr. Puricelli, showed LHS 5 Webster G. 2 much improvement over last year. The teams enthusiasm along fl gaflgvay W- 3 with their team work and players such as Sue Major, Karen LHS 6 Mihlgilff 1 Bartholomew, Ann Clarke, Jolie Quevreaux, and Nancy Miller, LHS 7 Parkway S. 0 made this year outstanding. Their efforts won the league 7-0 and LHS 5 Kirkwood 2 were third at the district meet. Of the 13 girls on the team, 12 LHS 2 Clayton 5 will be coming back. The girls made progress, and will show much talent in years to follow. Mr. Puricelli gave the girls many helpful hints in order to raise their potential to a top-notch level. A J . 'nl' giigdfi . . . . . 5 K I . K l K s l L 5 S 1 l S l S Q tan S L L...-1 7 9 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Q C , f , . p .. . 1 ' U . D Q . in if 1 - 'A. .V 1 -. V .Q 'wo 'f. J, . . Ea h." - ,X ,,' . --1-wi - -u- , lil ' Z Y Y Y ' 7 Y Y ' I ii x""' gi? .v ,tg-6 -is -.Q l " -7 ,NP Q ,, Q 3, ,, at . Nwgiv. , ,l ,gms kk - - .. -an 'jg -Mg "5 an le ...1..-w.,:- 5, . ' , 0- 4-Q., This was the first year for Lind- bergh's Girls' Softball team and ap- propriately enough, they took first place in the league. Coach Beezley en- couraged the girls to end their season with an over-all 8-3 record and a 7-2 league record. Star players Cindy Jackson, Lori Hennerich, Melody Bayless Cathy Patton and Sherri Fleer worked as the core of this wm ning team The girls felt that all the hitting and fielding practlces were well worth thelr time Coach Beezley hopes future years will be as eventful for the team l , 0 oftball s F1rst Season A Successful One Y IW' , 8 ,AK -Q., Ili- - -1?-X LHS LHS LHS LHS LHS LHS LHS LHS LHS LHS SOFTBALL Parkway N. Mehlville Webster G. Hazelwood Parkway W. Oakville Affton Kirkwood Parkway C. Oakville 4 18 4 8 4 5 11 6 9 23 -1...- 1' -'W FK ar: figs'-liifg U it Q Q 0,8 dbh ' Q ? if U .J SOFTBALL ROW 1: K. Kratz K. Brennan D. Minnick, C. Patton, L. Rapp, S. Benwell, L. Smith. ROW 2: L. Wohlschlaeger, N. Hatler, P. Goss, M. Klipsch P Sullivan L. Hennerich C. Jackson, M. Bayless, D. Wagner. ROW 3: S. Ewing, S. Helms, K. Crowe, T. Everding, S. Fleer, D. Carroll, T. Taylor M Graff Coach Beezley. X L an-.-A .. :J--1 .., 5. :.-, I 1, -:--,- fggi- 3- "QW-hs. .b,.l""' -- 'TQ J il '4' S ' a ij VARSITY, ROW 1: T. Patrick, D. Lopinot, J. Ransin, C. Hook, G. Lynch, K. Rodgers. ROW 2: B. Lundstrom, B. Spinzig, K. Bellchamber, J. Pantukhoff, D. Bender, T. Turner. ROW 3: Coach Cox, K Tulley, S. Risch, B. McArthy, D. Duwe, M. Flannery. With the outstanding coaching of Mr. Frank Cox, this years Water Polo team made waves against their tough competitors from Affton, University City, and Ladue. After many hard battles the all-round score stood at 12 wins and 7 losses. Team captains, Scott Bartholomew and Jeff Pantukhoff, kept the team spirit alive and well throughout the many competitions. Dale Lopinot, who contributed much to the team effort, was honored by receiving this years Most Valuable Player title. He was also voted to the third team all-district while Jeff Pantuk- hoff made honorable mention. The junior varsity team was named Suburban South Champions. The J.V. team was coached by Mr. John-Mark Brabon. JUNIOR VARSITY Water Polo Makes Waves LHS LHS LHS LHS LHS LHS LHS LHS LHS LHS LHS LHS LHS LHS LHS LHS LHS LHS LHS VARSITY Affton Parkway S. Parkway W. Principia S.L.U.H. U. City Kffton Berkeley Clayton Country D. Ladiii I Webster G. Mehlville Clayton Oakville Parkway C. Parkway N. S.L.U.H. U. City LHS Oakville LHS Mehlville LHS Clayton LHS Parkway S. LHS Parkway W. LHS Principia LHS S.L.U.H. LHS U. City LHS Affton LHS Berkeley LHS Clayton LHS Country D. LHS Ladue LHS Webster G. LHS Mehlville LHS Clayton LHS Oakville LHS Parkway C. LHS Parkway N. LHS Berkeley LHS U. City JUNIOR VARSITYQ ROW 1: J. Ballance, B. Spinzig, C. Bogackin, D. Schmitz, M. McGinnis, C. Lynch. LHS Ladue 4 ROW 2: D. Churovich, G. Bradbury, J. Williams, S. Foppe, B. Fischer, J. Jackson. ROW 3: J. Callahan, K. Schulz, B. Berri, Coach Brabon. 1 ii 3 s 4 fl 1 Z Il i 1 3 . l i 'l ll LI is wi ii fl le LHS LHS LHS LHS LHS LHS LHS LHS LHS LHS LHS LHS LHS VARSITY ROW 1: B Rethmeier P. Daffron ROW 2.J Liebman L. H lla C Burkem er J. Sullivan L. VARSITY Bayless Ritenour Parkway S. Luthern S. Hazelwood C. Affton Parkway W. Mehlville Parkway C. Parkway N. Ladue Webster G. Kirkwood x sl.,t-" 1 l I I s l I S . V U I 1 - , - ' . , y , - p , Bettis, D. Foerstel. olleyball Make The Girls' Volleyball team worked well together this year and stayed unified as a team. The girls all did their job well with the help of captains Polly Daffron and Brenda Rethmeri. They gave the team support and leadership. Their coach, Ms. Miller, was very proud of the girls when their final score of the season stood at 9 wins and 4 losses. All the girls will be returning next year, since there were no seniors. With continued practice and discipline, next years team could prove to be as successful as their predecessors. JUNIOR VARSITY LHS . Bayless 0 LHS Ritenour LHS Parkway S. LHS Lutheran S. LHS Hazelwood LHS Affton - LHS Parkway W. LHS Mehlville LHS Parkway C. LHS Parkway N. LHS Ladue LHS Webster G. LHS Kirkwood . sir . , rf- ,f'.r'N., . S It Over JUNIOR VARSITYg ROW 1: S. Holm, K. Murphy. ROW 2: K. Clark, S. Hal- mich, C. Zander. ROW 3: K. Paglusch, L. Loeffelman, D. Morgner, G. Gugliele- mencci. occer Kicks ff To Good Season an 1 A 4 O I W' I! uf. . . s. jig.. 1, I XJ" 1' 1, ' . -.:...-Mfg 2 4 'I 1- f FC N-. f-', . ' .. '. f Z'f gvv" - ' -,fj"'ff ,ln ,. . W X ,Q-52 0 t1.vfv,,. .551 '-...,. 'S VARSITY: ROW 1: J. Heilich, J. Pancho, S. Sawers, J. Kelly, M. Narzinski, J. Schumacher, R. Williams. ROW 2: D. Lipka, M. Scalise, B. Hohmeier, T. Hoog, M. Spray, J. Dunda, B. Poodle, S. Henderson, T. Hoog, J. Lange, Coach Ehlenbeck. ROW 3: H. Brym, J. Rubin, M. Thurston, D. Potter, T. Klefisch, C. Emge, B. O'Gorman, B. Rogaczewski. This years Soccer Team really showed their potential by taking first place at their Conference. Under Coach Ehlen- beck, They had a tremendous year, ending the season with 23 wins and 1 tie. Much of the teams success was due to the outstanding skill of kickers Jim Kelly, Jake Heilich, Scott Reeb, and Mike Devine. The teams spirit was fantastic throughout the year, and the scores reflected their ability. Coach Ehlenbeck is looking forward to next years team captains, Scott Reeb and Mike Devine. Q in . - ,gg Q-s A ' - , -. - se-as - - .bk-Z .,i-Q' V 1 ' 'T' A ' -..mfg - g ,- . -...af A .'. 'l ' 4 '25 LHS 'LHS LHS LHS LHS LHS LHS LHS LHS LHS LHS LHS LHS LHS LHS LHS LHS LHS LHS LHS LHS LHS LHS LHS LHS LHS LHS LHS LHS LHS LHS LHS LHS LHS LHS LHS LHS LHS VARSITY 1 Parkway N. 0 1 Kirkwood 0 3 Mehlville 0 0 Bayless 0 0 Oakville 2 3 U. City 1 2 Vianney 3 2 Parkway S. 0 2 Parkway N. 1 0 Pattonville 1 1 Kirkwood 3 2 Hazelwood 1 3 Ladue 1 0 DeSmet 1 2 Parkway W. 1 2 Webster G. 1 3 Mehlville 1 4 Kennedy 1 2 Parkway C. 1 0 Mehlville 1 JUNIOR VARSITY 2 Cleveland 0 0 Oakville 2 3 U. City 0 0 Vianney 1 2 Parkway S. 0 1 Parkway N. 1 1 Pattonville 0 2 Kirkwood 0 2 Hazelwood C. 1 5 Ladue 1 1 Desmet 1 4 Park West 1 2 ' Webster Groves 1 2 Mehlville 1 0 Kennedy 1 0 Parkway C. 1 2 Oakville O 1 St. Marys 2 , ' 'l 2' ' F" "' "' f.j- , . ....QFfl9l"".-Wliuidi 30354 af 31 es- what .af f. A ,, ,, .,,s hz.: .. I , 1 .,... . . IQ:-:Z ' qu., 4-gf -gpvrp-'U 'ww .x . V1 -X. 34' . ,I - I . l . ' 1, -. ' - 4 . . , X. f . ,y .5 2 . A '- -.: A F I 4 x A ' 'f 2 ff- - s . . 5 I I Q. ' ' f , n ...L A ' Q J 3 9 .5 'e jg L K 1 . ,E A ' ' XX .. .. .vnu-l -.4- --"- - u . . ...ny .4 - --1 :F - N v l v-1-4 ir f."g. f " . rg 4- ll - .'- 'I 1 A . . F-f "jx . , .. , ,. ,,,, , . ., - ,-J +51 statilfi. .. i A "2-' QT '59 " f" sfl,bQ'Q5"1'7i ' 1 T. l,Q3'ff'T '. 15 5 al N XXX " 2 'v I Xx."" ' A Sf 'lv' V evifgiwf by ,141 5,2 7 V Q i Q O' 1 Q 4 X ' Q 'Uh 'W X 'lee-f "vw fi -i . QJ7lLl!a'lm'K'Q Qi Q 5. If 5.1 Raw -gpg - .5 I., i -er- JUNIOR VARSITYg ROW 1: M. Dunda, J. Thompson, T. Flynn, K. Schulz, K. Syberg, D. Allen, S. Merb, C. Lindemann, J. Narzinske, S. Miller, D. Liescheidt, S. Brewer. ROW 2: Coach Krohmer, K. Gosik, M. Thuston, A. Gonzalez, D. Oppland, B. Rubin, R. Janko, K. Cook. P. Minton, B. Heine, M. Devine, S. Jones. ROW 3: T. Delia, T. Lange, S. Reeb, C. Hutson. f If-1-"1--gaps-., 'i' ' 1 ,. .-V 9g.,,,,. V . - , ...-...-...-... ,, 1217? -'fm 2 -. , iff , ' Y . -3, W RWX -g f , " 899.14 . , 1 ' sf' ' L X f -:3ck?:551f:fS.f.?f5ff4"o ' 3" slr, fl-'1 wa-' I-'-SQ'-'--'-" ' " 'Tl ,R V - h.. tv ,. 7. . 5. 5- . -. Q., 4355.-X11-.gl-.. 'xhgcjrx'--l.,lv.g. -. I . . ... A 1' X --. 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"' U -,.g....: f 3 K xg 1- If ' MU, .,'v".Q' ., ,Q .si r 'U' I.. V , VARSITYg VERTICAL itop downlz R. Spaulding, D. Scott, M. Pearce, J. Sartorias. HORIZONTAL Cleft to rightlz M. Prose, P. Schuessler, T. Pyne, M. Roach, Coach McCracken. Cross Country's Feet utfoot Their Foes VARSITY I LHS 18 DeSmet 7 Parkway C. LHS 79 McClure Riverview G. Hazelwood Inv. Washington Inv. A St. Charles Inv. Conference City - County District State JUNIOR VARSITY LHS 19 DeSmet 49 Parkway 76 Northwest Inv. 2nd Hazelwood Inv. lst Washington 1st Conference 1st 57 it 60 ' 82 124 Ist lst Ist Ist Ist lst lst . ,,. 1 -' . I pf- -'N--- -' as- ' v , ., U A lf Fantastic, that was the word Coach McCracken used to surmise this years Cross Country team. The three senior harriers who paved the way to state for the fourth straight year were Tom Pyne and captains Mike Roach and Reid Spalding. Along with the top honors at state, the team also proved themselves the big power by defeating Alton at the Washington University Invitational. Determination and drive proved to be the major factors that lead to the teams success. Coach McCracken is looking forward to a fine season next year with Rick Winkelhoch, Craig Miller, Bob Walther, Dave Nassar, Tim Decker, and Steve Hornung. For this years Cross Country team the summer mileage really paid off. JUNIOR VARSITYg ROW l: C. Miller, R. Winkelhoch, B. Pape, S. Hornung, M. Jennings. ROW 2: D. Nassar, D. Stones, J. Massot, R. Gray, T. Decker, B. Walther. Q H , , N . . ' -3 , . .fs ...,. V --I ..... ,M ,Ll " ,, .,.,.fv.- '- ,- ,,"'5"".4:-V r A ,ay 1.4, -.U Q av" !""" pq l are-"r-f"p,. p . -4.31-'LL .AD SOPHOMOREQ ROW 1: A. Maletich, G. Goddard, J. Moore, C. Kotsis, P. Corbin. ROW 2: S. Breihan, M. Pyne, al f P Iwi, I X N-4.31-ga SOPHOMORE Northwest Inv. lst Hazelwood Inv. 2nd Du Bourg Inv. lst Conference lst City - County Ist P. Hoffmann, J. Tinkham, M. Farwell. ROW 3: K. Reese, D. English, J. Roach, M. Everding. FRESHMAN LHS 31 Parkway N. 24 LHS 26 Parkway S. 30 LHS 28 Herculaniagnf 72 i , Parkway C. 32 Lim 21 , Parkwiy W. as ,21 Mehlviue as LIQZQJ 21 Oakville as 17 Crestview 42 of ' -19 Salyidgq 42 , halnvitational 3rd Hazelwvagglilmiifawional 4th 'a -2' ,'.'-w' i "7 p I l i 1,1 1 f 1 2 . Q " .Q Y .I 1. .. I nl' I 'mf Al 'n . F e ., ,. I ',, Q , , " ii Iii . . .1 I 'Qi . ix, . 'ki FRESHMAN, ROW 1: C. Todd, C. Ellis, M. Thomas, G. Kohne, T. Eickel, M. Clauss, B. Blackford, C. Groth. B. Volmer. ROW 2: M. Maloy, R. Wilshusen, D. Hamill, T. Ball, T. Mobley, J. Bullard, D. Malone, S. Noakes. S. Collins, M. Hawes. ROW 3: E. Knaus, T. Duban, M. Pavis, B. Jett, Coach. -..ani 5542! gt. 8 T' i'v"'! 1 1 1 1 11.1 Fi 11 ll 151 1 1 Y' ink l 1' ' 14 v I VA- L1 2 1 1 W., ye 11 GOLF, ROW 1: L. Lutz, K. Williamson, S. Pannell. ROW 2: L. Pisoni, M. Bledsoe, B. Spencer, Coach Young. Wig ill 111 lil 111 1 '3 1 2 11? 71 1111 12 '1 1.1! .W nun 'I 1,1 r S1 I1 .1 1121 111 1 1r1 1 1 , 1 11 '1 ,H I ., 1 11 111 Y x ' - 'Q' 111 1 I ,lv ffm. .' Q1 It i 1v'.'fi' l-'A "' ""-Quai!! 1 111 I A 1 3 .. -251171-f5EwS.HfyfmQ5g4AiJ,i3di 1 '.f1- -. 'Xa 1' ' 15. .. . .. ' 11f , 1 C 1. . If wwf - 1 11 . 1 ,1 1 1 1 11 11 .1 111 ff 11' 11 1. 1 1 1 1 1'P 1 l.. .Q X 1 11 ' -- , ,1 . 11 L fi ' 1 .1 1, 1F . ik ,V 8 1: I 1: 111 . '. ..' 'Z 1 2 4:5 4, ,asa-,gf 4 Girls' Golf Swings It Again Girls' Golf participated in eight meets during their season. They met their competitors and faced them head on with four wins and four losses. Senior Lisa Lutz, one of the outstanding players, tied for third in an individual play dur- ing the District Tournament at Ironton. Local schools were involved in this and it took a lot of effort and strength to place high in the ratings. The girls are looking forward to another fine season next year when some of their star players will return with their exceptional talent. GOLF LHS 221 Parkway C. 185 LHS 237 Parkway W. 281 LHS 234 Ladue 212 LHS 234 Parkway C. 194 LHS 232 Parkway W. 297 LHS 226 Parkway S. 262 LHS 239 Ladue 224 A -fiyfgg V , 1 1 90 11. i -- , ,s 1. '1-'-'.' 1..i-. '. Q 1 . ,N - - - , 1 ' ' 'J ' A :-,gfi",:,f.",' "L 1 'jj' .s. .,,,..L 1 Qin ... eu 1 gn 1,35 A ..,LIim1.C:?ku 1.11. . .I 1 .,,,l,, H. R. K I -NF 1 ., ... . - 1-.-- ' 1 '- .-1'-tu" M . 110 1 1 -.. P,a"1,Q1'r..1.w -'L 9,7---". .H -- ,I 1,-' - . . .v1.. 1- 5-.2-1 .,.'- 51"f in :' ' -.'v.1s-'Q . ' .. -. 1 F.'.!f'1.t'l" -11. six ew. .1 - L L 1 x 'LF' rp .4 0 y s. . A .g ,Thx 'WEP' ' J 1 5 .M 'W 'Q 'F 99" I -ws.:-11 3' Ffa' riifsiiime.. f 'ff' 3 1. K 'U' 1 N LHS LHS LHS LHS LHS LHS LHS LHS LHS LHS LHS LHS LHS LHS is-ras Field Hockey Slaps It In VARSITY Cor Jesu Ursuline Parkway N. St. Josephs Parkway S. Parkway C. Clayton Parkway W. Bayless Kirkwood Hazelwood C. Ladue JUNIOR VARSITY Cor Jesu Ursuline St. Josephs Clayton Hazelwood C. Ladue Q, ga Q9-i-iig 5-rvq-5-.1---. - -.. .. .. VARSITY, ROW 1: D. Sullivan, L. Kruse, C. Lampey, C. Zeis, C. Kettelkamp I Meyer ROW 2 K Engel S Dutton, C. Pope, B. Acord, A. Eichenlaub, T. Mansker, S. Held, K. Castelli Provided with truly outstanding mem- bers, this years Field Hockey team suc- ceeded in taking second place in their league. The girls ended the season with an 8-2-2 record. Junior Stephanie Dutton was among the talented players who scored the highest percentage of tackles. The total goals that the LHS Field Hockey team made during their season was 21. The op- ponents were only able to score four total field goals. The highest percent of goals made was achieved by Cari Pope. This years team was coached by Ms. Deporter. VARSITYQ ROW 1: M. Bayless, M. Malone, J. Kirk, S. Kettlekamp, T. Hanewinkel, M. Wendt, L. Beers. 2 J. Morris, S. Lorance, T. Diekmann, C. Moore, M. Staufenbiel, C. Weiss, K. Castelli. COACHES M Deporter M Pressler -a - ,ma . -.HQ-si-A can :J4 32 FZ 715 -qi gn :DU Po 02 Sr' 0 'D E: 1-O 'US I3 P7 '11 W :. 5 2 F VJ U O "1 O C UQ -'J' 3 0 D' 77' D7 C CP O C 5. P' FJ O E 59 H 71 CD FF. 13" U Z F F C-4 E11F'wCP'SIPE11"1jEfJCJZCf cnvamf-122+-463 kj .X 4 A .4 Q- H471 142' .G L. .f W z I J Under Coach Dell, the Boy's Gymnastics Team sprung to Success this year by taking first in the league. This is Lindbergh's third year at retaining first place. Senior David Al- len was voted the most valuable player and will leave next year's championship title to Frank Farinello, Ray Farinello, and Jim Keith. The continual practices put them on the peak of perfection. This year's favorable competitive record should add extra stimulus to next year's youthful crop of returning var- sity members. Fw GYNMASTICS LHS 113.20 Oakville 102.50 LHS 93.75 U. City , . 3 LHS 100.75 5 .-,er Parkway . 97.01 LHS 96.40 Par 'Q . 87.50. LHS 110.85 ' Xara? is LHS 117LgQ,...-ft' Parkw .88 r LHS 5 ' up ff-' 107.844, Eig.AL1gSW1w.65 away C. 1 p 'Confet t i' 1 1 7 - g-Aiwa, -,,. w'.p.enINurnvw:JE...,, Wx .,'.A tnxw :L 1 , . M,W:,.m:2..,4,,, N. . 4' .. -fav 11,37 Basketball Keeps The Ball Bouncmg XJ xy . 'f' ye Yvi xi is trim L J! -1 P ii 1 - K QRvYEev V. Ni l 45, l Q-nf-H L ii L VARSITY ROW 1 S Marquess G Zupan J J Jones B Faerber, K. Sapp, M. Bess. ROW 2: Coach Bee, G. English, T. Abendschein G Cornwell M Moravek T Anderson S Duban Coach Lorch This years Boys Basketball team put forth much t1me and effort lnto thelr dally practlces WhlCh took place after school. Coaches Louis Lorch and Donald Bee assisted the boys through tips, Suggestlons, and demonstrations Senior Greg Cornwell, the team s hlghest Scorer averaged 16 pomts a game He also made the highest number of rebounds totaling ten Brad Faerber scored an average of Six pomts per game making him the highest asslster The final overall score stood at 10 wins and 15 losses. LHS LHS LHS LHS LHS LHS LHS HS LHS LHS LHS LHS JUNIOR VARSITY Vnanney Luthern ox Kirkwood Parkway N Parkway Webster G Parkway W LHS LHS LHS LHS LHS LHS LHS LHS LHS LHS LHS LHS LHS A LHS LHS LHS LHS B-HS LHS LHS . L . L ' f 1 H ' 'I V V gg V I . , . , . , . I , . V 52 ' 45 Q' Q, 56 S. 54 x t": LHS .. 48 Parkway C. 60 LHS L 64 ' 54 46 . 34 W ,, ' 68 C. 50 ' 45 . 53 ' 41 . 62 93 VARSITY Parkway W Kennedy Vianney Normandy Parkway C. Kirkwood Parkway W Affton Ladue Lutheran S. Kirkwood Parkway N. DeSmet Parkway C. Fox Webster Parkway W. Kirkwood Mehlville Northwest Mehlville Vianney Parkway W. Mehlville Vianney LHS LHS LHS LHS LHS LHS LHS LHS LHS LHS LHS LHS LHS LHS SOPHOMORE Parkway W Fox Crystal C. Parkway C. Kirkwood Ladue Luthern S. Kirkwood Affton Parkway N. DeSmet Parkway C. Fox Webster G. K Hohman ROW 3 B Watkms C Hageman J Boemer A Gladstone B Flscher ,V P Q KJ -' iff 'nu -HA, E init. ' JU 1 , X , gg v FRESHMAN GOLDQ ROW 1: S. Richey, S. Lackey, S. Merlo, M. Hawes, G. Riney. ROW 2: M. Gormley, D. Lorance, R. Wilshusen, R. Kitchen, K. Schulz. ROW 3: L. Larkin, M. Economon, R. Reed, C. Johnston, B. Hasenbeck, Coach Ehlenbeck. LHS LHS LHS LHS LHS LHS LHS LHS LHS LHS LHS LHS LHS LHS LHS LHS FRESHMAN GREEN 57 34 49 53 41 41 64 44 39 48 45 65 49 59 49 52 W. Ladue River C. Lindbergh Gold Oakville Lindbergh Gold Webster A E. Ladue Hanley Mehlville Kirkwood Red Kirkwood White Gaunt Webster B Gaunt Webster B Hazelwood C. 45 43 47 38 38 48 28 60 47 55 53 48 57 52 53 38 LHS LHS LHS LHS LHS LHS LHS LHS LHS LHS LHS LHS LHS LHS FRESHMAN GOLD Riverview W. Ladue Lindbergh Green Kirkwood White Lindbergh Green Gaunt Oakville Webster B Webster A E. Ladue Hanley Mehlville Kirkwood Red Mehlville 44 51 49 40 41 59 43 40 38 28 58 42 50 38 YE Qihfvp' FRESHMAN GREEN, ROW 1: J. Taylor, M. Richey, S. Anderson. T. Droste. ROW 2: Engel, K. Cook, B. Mayer, B. Macko, L. Pace. ROW 3: T. McCosh lManagerb, T. Duban, Kennamann, B. Jones, C. Hutson, B. Birchfield. KQV 3 4 X Li: H ii' iv 2 X Q , i ff? 33 ' 43 I lui .3 I Ju XQYSL R6 NUHE Nnsslyf., gawflffc S ' ' . f if 7. ,Jx'i'1ll rg fs, ia A xsllflln. it 04? pnarfgg, 3D 4 'l it ! .mai , l vWl5f'l6'.. v. V--..,?... ., LHS 58 n Z LHS 50 . 1 LHS 51 A1f . if '23 .f .LHS 45 sv LHS 'A" AAA' 4i2l L1-13 H Du .iv:, ,."" LHS j 167 L LHS7 55 " 1 f f ,' , LHS 43 . V Q 1 ,i..il LHS 61 " I-HS 5 1LL' ' L'L'i LI-IS LHS asia . LHS 734 . .r p L L LHS 49 Las 56 r3 meawau1wf15 LL L LHS 56: 41 LHS 'L"'2A LHS 1718 . , VARSITY ROW 1: K. Crowe, S. Major, L. Pisoni, C. Pope. ROW 2: J. Reed, K. Paglusch, B. ' ,. .. . Rethmeier, S. Dutton, M. Bledsoe, D. Sullivan. irls' Basketball Bounces To State Us ,LHS i"f 1 1 52 Q' S , . ,.', L .ser . LHSif52 .eet We if Lteal 1 S etele SF e o 'z . 1 . .A .L ' , 1 The 1976-77 season proved to be one of the all time great years for the Girls' Basketball Team. With the helpful coaching of Ms. Young, the girls ended their season with a 25-1 record. Out- standing players included Sue Majors, Debra Faerber, Lisa Pisoni, and Brenda Rethmeier, all of which made first team All Conference. The team took an impressive number of first place titles including their own League Tournament, and the South Tech Regional. A well earned victory was attained by a third place triumph at State held in Rolla where the girls received the Sportsmanship Trophy. Honorable Mention was achieved by Juniors Debbie Sullivan and Junior Cari Pope. i vwue z -112 H if U L! tl jg Q Q 3 2 Q 2 ? T31 rl iV7i'v33Yv 'S ,A1,sw,, 23 11.3. N1 7 ...GZ 131 William 152 Lindbergh High s Wrestlers VARSITYQ ROW 1: J. Morrissey, E. Anderson B Sheldon B Zwelfel J Lawrence R Helne D Lersher T Slyman B Urberger D Felts M Whlte ROW 2: J. Luer fTrainerJ, G. Morrison, J.H1gg1ns B Auglstlne JSartor1us D Badock M Fllck W Easter K Abram R Floyd T Vogel Coach Lohse, Coach Herd, K. Buchheit fManagerJ VARSITY LHS Oakville 14 LHS Affton 10 LHS Parkway N. 16 LHS Parkway W. 24 LHS Parkway C. 22 LHS Pattonville 24 LHS Ladue 3 LHS Kirkwood 9 LHS Mehlville 16 LHS Webster G. 30 LHS Fox 25 Parkway C. Quad lst Mehlville Tournament 2nd Lafayette Tournament 2nd Hazelwood C. Quad 2nd League Tournament 2nd District lst State 7th ....,,.Mr.5lw it flfg-v1z,.ig5Ivi,1. uliuwfiu swag V'-Q 5 Q X wk sv' ' 'I 4 wv el". rl 1. Jr. 9415. ', ,,. K L I 1 soPHoMoRE LHS Oakville LHS Affton LHS Parkway N. LHS Parkway W. LHS Parkway C. . f LHS Pattonville LHS Ladue ' Kirkwood - Mehlville Webster LHS' Fox F I '- Ii g W ELSE: 128: Ihre, 9 l ,D SOPHOMOREQ ROW 1: K. Scott, C. Hooper, J. Squires, D. Marty, R. Asberry, M. Farwell, T. Vogel, S. Schiwinger. ROW 2: R. Schmittgens, M. Burcham, K. Ketterer, R. Bommarito, M. DeWeese, K. Zesch, D. Badock, D. Masker. ROW 3: K. Buchheit IManagerl, C. Dahl, P. Heyde, Coach Lohse, K. Piesbergen, J. Fuller, D. Harshberger, K. Brawley. This year's Wrestling Team triumphed over their tough competitors by a score of 7-3-1. The wrestlers who participated at State were Eric Anderson, who was the State Champ, Tony Slyman, who placed third, and Bret Zweifel, who ranked fifth. David Felts, Don Lischer, and Reed Heine were other members who showed up at State. Coach Herd, who was coaching Varsity this year, contributed his assistance to the boys. Eric Anderson, Tony Slyman, and Barry Sheldon were nominated as this years captains. The Lindbergh Wrestlers place seventh at State. FRESHMANg ROW 1: D. Malone, T. Michaud, J. Termine, J. Puricelli, G. Parrott, B. Hooper, K. Morioka, D. Baer. ROW 2: G. Wiseman, D. Andracsek, S. Williams, M. Thornsberry, B. Weifel, R. Bachmann, S. Ferguson, T. Sanders. ROW 3: L. Walling, S. Snyder, S. Helderle, D. Stewart, T. Hogan, C. Ellis, T. Ahrens. ROW 4: R. Ferguson, S. Kalna, M. Warner, P. Meinecke, J. Brooks, J. Moss, J. Duncan, D. Huether. c ge. r 99 FRESHMAN LHS Selvidge LHS Parkway E. LHS Mehlville LHS Crestview LHS Oakville LHS DeSmet LHS Fox LHS Jefferson LHS Pattonville LHS Hardin Vianney Tournament lst Place I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I ,L Swimmers Continue Winning SWIMMINGQ ROW 1: K. Rodgers, D. Allen, J. Ballance, K. Lovera, M. McAuley, J. Koch, D. Schmitz, K. Bellchamber, S. Hurst, M. Flannery, S Bartholomew, J. Ransin. ROW 2: D. Duwe, J. Jackson, C. Lueg, S. Collins, D. Kneisler, S. Foppe, M. Rosin, J. Moran, J. Callahan, B. Berri, T. McBride, J. Pantukhoff, D. Bender, B. Spinzig. ROW 3: M. Bruning, G. Lynch, B. Spinzig, C. Cole, G. Bradbury, R. Abeln, K. Schulz, D. Churovich, M. Stamm, C. Kiehn, B. McArthy, T. Patrick, S. Fisch. This years Boys' Swimming Team ended their season with an outstand- . ing record of 12 wins and only 2 SWIMMING losses. Coaches Dick Dell and Frank LHS 134 Lafayette ' 37 Cox are extremely happy with the re- LHS 120 Southwest ' 48 sults of this years competition. Junior ggggzt gg Tom Keith was noted for his fantastic LHS 116 parkway S. 55 diving abilities. Lindbergh's top relay LHS 92 Ladue. 80 team was comprised of master swim- 1255 ggi? Q5 mers Scott Risch, Doug Bender, Jeff LHS, 120 Affton . 5 52 Pantukhoff, and Martin Flannery. LHS 96 p Kixf1SW09Si . 7 '15 it The Most Valuable Player was Doug J svzgitfy gf, Bender, a member of the relay team. LHS gg Pai-jgwgy VC, The coaches are pleased with the per- LHS A Pifiiway N. ' formance of all the athletes. , V . , ,.i' U.oity Relays B 4ui'p1aE6 Conference 6th place District ' V sam J .- W e4th plat A You'Ve Come Long Way Baby! Under the direction of Mr. H. Pour- chot and his new assistant coach, 5 Mrs. D. Link, the girls track team forged its way to the top of the g i . league. The team took first place in 1 league and, also, in district. Team ig' "QI ' ,ffm L, ,116 LHS 109 Hazelwood E. 28 captains Cheryl Kettelkamp and , K ' 'Lf' Parkway S. 3 Tami Helvenston kept the team sp1r- , -V X LHS 101 Slalivville G it flying high sky. Other team mem- f x ' L, LHS 49 H:ze1l:Zod'C, 655 bers, such as Jackie Reed, Jacqui j ". F LHS 92.5 Ladue 37 Walker, Ann Eichenlaub, Beth -- x. X up LHS 84 Sagas? 53.5 Acord, and Cindy Jackson, helped ' 0 . Maplewood 29 contribute to the tearn's goals. The - X X - i LHS 49 Francis H. 65 Most Valuable Player and Most lm- . 1 rl. g :V . l " Biglsft proved Player turned out to be g , . .I V. -1,5 Cheryl Kettelkamp. Most Spirited H 5' i ' , f . A Player and Most Dedicated Player W lgdr I " " . ..-.- went to Jacqui Walker and Jackie ,' f.,,..,f,1f"1L' " Reed, respectively. All in au, the team had four wins and two losses, which turned out to be a good season. ' 'fs J.f',..a.,-ia.. .-,.-.5i1.'..Ju.. ,nn L . .1 - H .... J.. W fn nf-an - 'W -v 'nfs' " rp-'W 's nswuui- '-ff f L" A"""': L- ' I - -----: '-"L4 . . ,...-. .IT-f-MA--M no---" 21:93. eqvvr- .S...LJ TRACKQ ROW 1: S. Casey, D. Stockhausen, K. Engel, B. Acord, A. Eichenlaub, C. Jackson, J. Reed, T. Back, D. Jackson, D. Minnick, C. Patton, D. Wagner, T. Hillemeyer, L. Kruse, C. Kettelkamp fCaptainJ, T. Helvenston tCaptainJ. ROW 2: P. Carey, T. Uebel, J. Kohne, C. Zander, K. Paglusch, C. Uebel, C. Glad, T. Kiekmann, J. May, J. Higjum, L. Wohlschlaeger, L. Rohs, T. Mansker, L. Andrews. ROW 3: P. Perry, M. Jurgens, A. Green, J. Bornholdt, L. Proctor, B. Thurman, L. Stagernan, T. Walden, J. Daum, J. Reed, P. Kroc, S. Fleer, D. Wagener, N. Herbert. ROW 4: Coach Pourchot, D. Gerdemann, S. Everding, P. Spear, M. Loyet, K. Castelli, E. Roach, M. Staufenbiel, K. Castelli, L. Rumping, D. Tomlinson, Coach Link. A' lf, if I 101 Boys' Track - 9 Years And Never Lost " hm VARSITY, ROW 1: D. Stone, A. Westfall, B. Newton, R. Winkelhoch, E. Moses, D. Robben, A. Gladstone, S. Duban, J. Jones. ROW 2: C. Kotsis, S. Hornung, C. Miller, T. Pyne, D. Crumbaugh, B. Fischer, R. Jones, R. Spaulding, T. Anderson. ROW 3: T. McCosh lManagerJ, B. Walther, M. Pearce, G. Rink, T. McBride, T. VARSITY Murley, S. Reeb, G. English, B. Ohlemeyer, D. Burroughs, M. Mueller, J. Morrissey. ROW 4: J. Leur LHS 112 S.L.U'H. 32 fManagerJ, D. Reid fTrainerJ, T. Decker, D. Bender, D. Nothum, M. Dunn, J. Riddick, B. Spinzig, T. LHS 98 Desmet 43 Patrick, R. Theiss, M. Roebke. ROW 5: D. Holaway, B. Faerber, M. Goodman, B. Ferguson, K. Boemer, M. LHS 39.5 Northwest 46 Stilwell, J. Loechel, C. Lessor, T. Valutez, J. Baudrexl, B. Schubert. Hercnlaneum 43,5 Suburban South Relays lst Lindbergh Relays . lst District A . :ith Granite City South Invit. ' ist Suburban South Cimference 3rd This is the ninth year in a row that the Varsity Track Team has never had a .V V losing season. The Track Team holds the longest winning streak of any sport in the history of the school. Under the direction of Coach A1 Jaworski, the Team won 3 and lost 0. Most Valuable Player of the Year was Rich Winkelhoch. SOPHOMOREQ ROW 1: T. Delia, M. Dilorenzo, D. Woodling, D. Liescheidt, D. Woodling, J. Ebner, D. Schmitz, B Will. ROW 2: G. Perry, T. Kroc, G. Morris, J. Fuller, B. Kirk, B. Windal, K. Schulz, S. Noblot. ROW 3: N. Garner, K Zellers, D. Walden, R. Bledsoe, J . Walker, H. Glance, J . Tinkham, K. Piesbergen. ROW 4: R. Bachmann, S. Hirsch, R McAllister, D. Bremehr, C. Virgin, J. Ryun, S. Prefontaine, G. Ojorkland, C. Schubert, F. Farinella. .f'm. 'if' xf A A ,- .I L "f ' X if HOMORE v 1, LHS 98 DeSmet S 'Q LHS 80 S.L.U.H. LHS 50 Granite C. ,Y LHS 62 Northwest '-7 Herculaneum LHS 96 Ladue , Mehlville , Lindbergh Relays - League Meets 1, mv ' , - Lindbergh Invitational COACHES D Bee T Williams G Mehrhoff, D. Rothermich, A. Jaworski. 5 1. FRESHMAN LHS 48 Granite C. 40 LHS 153 Affton 12 5 ' Lindbergh Freshman Invit. lst ' Vianney Invit. 4th 1 V' fi 'J' fy FRESHMAN, ROW 1: D. Hall, S. Williams, C. Ellis, T. Sanders, S. Noakes, T. Romero, M. Clauss, T. Flynn, B Blackford. ROW 2: T. Duban, J. Bullard, S. Anderson, M. Maloy, D. Hamill, B. Jett, T. Eickel, T. Mobley, M Dunda, S. Merlo. ROW 3: D. Huether, F. Brokaw, T. Ubel, G. Kohn, M. Economon, J. Weiss, J. Brooks, M Thomas. ROW 4: J. Usher, W. VanHeest, D. Smart, M. Davis, T. Ahrens, J. Kennamann, B. Leverenz, R Fuller. ROW 5: B. Medlock, T. Ball, E. Oldani, R. Lakowski, T. Lange, B. Hooper, K. Schulz, K. Morioka, R Ferguson. '-'M-' fp-1. -V . Q ii' ' NE iq, 4 at L - V: eu. e".. T , .as .,f H I E 'W V - 'C 1 Ncf I it W ""' -Q-if .' 'U-3 V M ' L I A --"' - cl r K X 1 - if , ...S QA 1" "A '- ' Y' ' ' i Baseball Greatly Improves ,ILHS LHS LHS LHS LHS' LHS LHS LHS LHS LHS LHS LHS LHS LHS LHS LHS LHS LHS LHS LHS LHS LHS LHS LHS LHS LHS LHS VARSITY-Q.. 1 . Fair' 7' Bayless Southwest Parkway C. Kirkwood Fox C Webster G. Oakville Mehlville Ladue Parkway N. Barkway W. Parkway C. Affton Kirkwood Bayless Vianney Oakville Webster G. Mehlville Parkway W Ladue Parkway N. Normandy St. Mary's Fox-' Truman A 6 1 s 4 10 5 s 11 2 1 3 7 1 3 8 0 2 2 16 1 2 4 5 1 10 3 6 Along with the tremendous coaching of Charles Gately, the 1977 Baseball Team captured the District Cham- pionship. The Varsity Team domi- nated over all in the League and Dis- trict. Some of its best players were Tim Albers, Jeff Hubbard, Bill Neu- mann, Kevin Tulley, Jeff Lenger, Steve Mosier, and Dale Lopinot. The Most Valuable Player of the Year award was presented to Dale Lopinot. Lopinot had the best pitching record of 8 wins and 2 losses with one shut- out. The team won 18 and lost 9. ' ss'-' .,f. .y f 7 R-fg ggzg2:gI,I,Ij,Tj,3gl'.',:Q igfififlff,-jfg4gir2:f3:fg3r?""s"?'-'Ii-152-f 'igfffgg a ' - J' , "' pu ., ' .fy fffff-'iff-'WW-' "'5f'ff7'?"-f' - . WF p.y.f,.g.g,g.,,fs:-, 3,-A., gig? ', ..1-gf ,h.f,v2?J,y!"!'fIL' -!f,f',f,y11 4, V . , - -'lf ' f if. .. 1 1 " 1,55 y, Q ,'3Q,vgS.s33'Q gf-ig,e,,.'. p- - l' ,f.?I..'zfs.ffaf -s 111.1 fda 9 Y. 7' 1 .- -95 1 fill' . Y r r if -ff -I I , ' 6 4' 'I . I . x 1 Y mm' .. tv! 6.15 VARSITYQ ROW 1: S. Mosier, T. Buffaloe, J. Hubbard, G. Beckett, J. Lenger, B. Neumann, D. Bouck, J. Ferris, B. Held. ROW 2: Coach Gateley, K. Berkley, T. Albers, D. Lopinot, M. Moravek, B. Becker, M. Hyde, D. Bolestra, K. Tulley, T. Sundhausen, R. Brunk, A. Nus. - - w as in - .lit fl-wsfiligif liiLv":iiviliA:l - -' i r - at ' 'Yi' 7 ,ily fl- 'f ji v r slhw' .ff Q. 1 ' A , Jlvg-' . nf, H '.'2"'f 5. . ru- X. 1 S f if ffff e f sn . ' Yi 'L' ' . -Lg ' -. if '- 1' ... .,,,,.. "'s"""lrq'i.f1. -W ---- "' .L -i.,,,.,. v . ,. lx.. X ...-'rx Ill' 1:7 in 'r .. - .-f Lv ,,,, Ls. I. .df . - -mor. . n.-ff. n.s-- ."3v.f--- .. ,-,.- .-LV' 7'7l"rX. ff.. 14" .G ,H . 'Ng' J - -ill 19-4 'Sc' ' --'TAP -:HB-,,--' ' "Pvt -..,Ja...,3',,,.,.1 -r- . ---H' 1' . " 'tial' l -A "'?3'Pgfv..'..s.. .-"5 :fi-""f 5" - 4 ' "1-.iLLG'w4'!??7 'f "5-'bf'-aff-nf'-n Why g,-.Q 2-gggfv 5 I x' 4.6. ' ..ds.....4 rshii--aEL.v.1'p1, -ff' . ' ' '+"fK1'fxu... 9!0'iz-I 104 f-I-2 ...nf rw: - F, Es 5. 52. E is .., kg S cf ' 5" ' 4-f - ' .i uw Y P' "' " . 5 Q N , S' S-Y yy f gy '-'gh , N.-I ' K 1 . v'w'.dl kj NJ ff- y-fr V ' .-,g,'.' , ',f ' A , A . - , f 1 lr.qQ4v . ' z ' 2 - - -'4 1 ' 1? fffvlf 4 'f L"- -614515. SOPHOMOREQ ROW 1: S. Hengel, S. Kleinhoffer, L. Versen. ROW 2: D. Marty, D. Herbert, D. Mach, J. Miller, J. Panchot, N. Varsam, T. Voorhees, K. Paulsell, K. Scott, J. Mardis tManagerl. ROW 3: T. Blackford, J. Stobie, J. Boever, C. Hessler, K. Brunning, B. Birchfield, C. Baer, R. Brueggemann, D. Thielker, Coach Young. SOPHOMORE LHS 5 Oakville 6 LHS 17 Fox 22 LHS 4 Parkway C. 2 LHS 3 Kirkwood 5 LHS 4 Fox 0 LHS 13 Webster G. 5 LHS 8 Oakville 4 LHS 13 Mehlville 1 LHS 11 Parkway N. 4 LHS 3 Ladue 0 LHS 5 Parkway W. 2 LHS 8 Parkway C. 2 LHS 4 Affton 1 LHS 11 Kirkwood 6 LHS 0 Webster G. 2 LHS 3 Parkway N. 2 LHS 13 Mehlville 1 LHS 4 Parkway W. 3 LHS 11 Ladue 7 ' , - .. - A " 1 .1..... 1- .1 Q. ..Qe . to Q 'A 1-ae I A 4 4., C.-.fe w ageiii' .,:.2'i'42w WV? ' Swami . 3 , ldv ew- .f 1' . 'ie J HS 7 Fox- 8 ' " HS 2 1 St. Mary's 3 1 Vc,. LHS 7. c 2Huzehyood C. 9 if . 10 .lv Hazelwood C. 3 HS 11 Seckman 5 HS 4 DeSmet 9 HS 9 Ridgewood 7 HS 6 DeSmet 9 HS Sy 12 DeSmet 3 . ,mf .ii If F., -xr , . X. I . ,V q lx l -- FRESHMANQ ROW 1: L. Pace, M. Thornsberry, G. Parrott, B. Boniface, D. Lorance, P. Spencer, T. Brown, D. Baer. ROW 2: K. Mueller, L. Larkin, B. Macko, R. Reed, C. Johnston, C. Hutson, B. Birchfield, Coach Buffa. -4 1 .x.. I MMS. ,wsu J!-E 'ZW an za -Y 1612 'de 'ez '5- X- 4 Gymnastics Are Undefeated 5 years ,vw Lg 'P I 7 GYMNASTICS LHS 200.71 Pattonville 140 LHS 178.40 McC1uer 97.95 LHS 201.65 Ladue 199.78 Parkway S. 187.20 LHS 204.20 Parkway W. 92.30 Webster G. LHS 209.86 109.44 Mehlville 194.87 LHS 210.95 Oakville 179.87 Kirkwood 95.30 LHS 199 Parkway C. LHS 202.45 171.50 Ritnour 159 Lafayette 202.15 Parkway N. 128.75 Conference 2nd iw 29771 The end of the 1977 season marks the 5th year that Lindbergh's Girls' Gym- nastic team has had an undefeated season. Since they began to play in team competition, they haven't lost a meet. Their accomplishments include two 1st in League and a 1st and 2nd in Conference. Their coach, Joy Mill- er has done a great job with the team. Senior Bonnie Boniface was elected MVP for this year. Lori Weiler, Joy Seelman, and Barb Gross were some of the top placers of the team. Other teammates who helped tremendously were Nancy Parisotta, Lisa Loeffel- man, Vivian Milla, and Janet Reed. GYMNASTICSQ ROW 1: B. Boniface. ROW 2: M. Mueller, K. Widman, T. Tanaka, L. Gerdemann, K. Strom, L. Weiler, N. Parisotto, L. Woods. 3: Coach Miller, L. Walter, M. Scott, J. Reed, D. Motta, J. Seelman fCaptainJ, V. Milla, L. Loeffelman, L. Howald, B. Gros. l al. i -is px, 5231!-5 ROW f 4 .4 7 O 9 V if 1 irls' Swimming Splashes To 9-3 Record With the excellent assistance of Coach Buckner, the Girls' Swimming Team won nine meets and lost only three. The team took on tough competitors such as Parkway West, Kirkwood, and Ladue, but with the combined effort of all the team members, Lindbergh High's Swimming Team beat them to the finish. This year's team showed a lot of depth and some great potential was also shown in the newcoming swimmers. Even though the team will be losing three of its valuable members, next yearls team will still be strong. LHS ' LHS LHS LHS LHS LHS LHS . LHS LHS LHS LHS District State 1 x' - J if '11-. ' 2 , - X 3' xslfwv A kr x N f Q 4 fb' ' i , 5 X 1 ' 1' 1 ' 'TASS 'fu 1 -. 1'r3?,3Q, is-ff' uw 1-. QSC, R .'5 1 '-. il " 't :T-5..f4"". KN., i : ' '." '.-I-"""o SWIMMING 89 St. Joseph 83 87 Parkway C. 85 104 Affton B. 70 130.5 Clayton B. 45.5 60 Parkway W 112 60 Kirkwood 112 87 Ladue 85 110 Cor Jesu 62 103 Webster G. 69 82 Mehlville 90 110 Parkway N. 58 5th 14th SWIMMING, ROW 1: B. Blaine, L. McKinney, S. Roach, J. Schnoring, D. Neu, R. Thompson, C. Beaty, G. Sorrells, C. Zimmerman, J. Cubbage, C. McArthy. ROW 2: Coach Buckner, N. Droppelman, C. Weiss, C. Milanovits, K. Molloy, D. Newport, D. Vorbeck, J. Howe, M. Barrett. ROW 3: J. Kirk, A. Creek, C. Timpte, L. Hennerich lCaptainJ, K. Neu lCaptainJ, D. Timpte lCaptainJ, J. Everding, T. Neu, D. Zimmerman, K. Kreutz. N '1' 'GF EH' g'-D lllf 'lg 5435 an -1 sw1,".,,- H74 -ug bln . 1 I SH il Q If -I -V SP7 1 -' :I I ll li . K I .5 J-E' I 11" ll ' I 1 ra it It 2" Ill, 'V i! ' - --Il " 'Qi-1 il N1'1'h-4' IQ-I.-34.5 ,,,,h.,,,..,..,. .,,, M- ,-.--,. ,,..,,,, ,, V' "G .1.fS, ju fl ' .". ' r 'Q A wr 4. .-,Q A Q? , -'.'j Z- 1, V i .'i33 , i I i I 1 ll 1 M i . I is i l ,,,7, 3 A? f .1 Q ,Q Q.,-f i v A ,AMC I fi, - 1 . 2 .'v 1 ,x Q . .h il . 'P . , ' . "' f if -ferr' , . .AL 134' "f rag' ' f ,fgz,,. , ,K fr "' 2 l .XJ fs. VARSITY, ROW 1: G. Busch, J. Syrett, C. Marziotti, R. Wistler, M. Richey. ROW 2: S. Mueller, R. Hughes, D. Carr, B. Foerstel, Coach Puricelli. VARSITY LHS 5 Parkway N. LHS 2 DeSmet . LHS 4 Affton LHS 4 Clayton , LHS 4 S.L.U.H. LHS 4 Parkway C. LHS 5 Principia H .LHS 4 Webster G. LHS 5 Mehlville LHS 5 Lafayette LHS 3 Parkway W. LHS 3 Kirkwood LHS 5 U. City LHS 1 Ladue LHS 3 Burroughs District - lst League A S lst State 6th Z.. .V 2? A --. W: ., ,. ' - fgs211,'QjflZ- 'K V . , , A 'L i .yfif fr fee .LHS 5 so A 'mis f DeSrr1.ei2fQ 5 aall QLHQ-J f V4 if. " '- LHS T at lall LHs 4 wetsmrri. -f"e LHS 5 Mehlville 0 LHS 5 Lafayette O LHS 3 Parkway W. 2 LHS 3 Kirkwood 2 LHS 5 U. City 0 LHS 11, Ladue 4 LHS 3 Burroughs J 2 'E Tennis Swings long In his second year of coaching the Boys' Tennis Team, Coach Puricelli helped the team in taking first in dis- trict and sixth in state. Some of the players on the team this year who stood out included Rich Hughes, Dave Carr, Steve Mueller, and Bob Foerstel. For Most Valuable Player of the Year, the title was given to Rich Hughes. Final record is 13-2. wr JUNIOR VARSITYQ ROW 1: S. Richey, B. Volmer, B. Niederstadt, B. Nuernberger, J. Clobes. ROW 2: Coach Puricelli, J. Beck, P. Nouri, B. O'Gorman, D. Allen. W. ,,-',, I . 1 w 9 su 1 Boys' Golf Swings By. ,..Ei... ,S-.A .Ng , 4 I it -uw nn-ez .-134,941 .wi Qtr- iihil' ' II- ffl N 38 Fe. W2 . mv Seas-v 7' - QW, 'fain Y Ill' '11, , 'flnk' 4 x, -L , l 1 1 W-- SV' If F 'G'-4 -,f 1 ls' A s , 1"'1 3' I Aljf- .tu x4 GOLF, ROW 1: M. Farwell, K. Regan, B. Hulett, C. Fuchs, K. Reese, J. Lema, M. Hawes. ROW 2: Coach Lorch, J. Burghoff, B. McArthy, W. Hiff, D. Duwe, B. Gaus, K. Conrad, C. Farwell. CNot pictured are J. Moore and J. Mercurio.J Under the guidance of Coach Lorch, the - Boys' Golf Team ended their season with -H 'Q v the same record as last year, which was ten 5, ' - . wins and six losses. Some of the outstand- 2 1 ing players who helped contribute to this record included Kevin Conrad, Bob Gaus, ' L ' A j-,L 1 - 1 . A , Chuck Farwell, Dan Duwe, and Jeff Moore. i ' . ,Q S , . '75 jf QQSL.,-ai 1 'f ' , . N'-1-'N -.wf .R N Y . I Evals K? ,l:Vx'A rf- " The outstanding player award went to Ke- - 5 'Q fi - -tvrfj ' - 5 ' f . -L ?f1'.',"wff. 1. .f. A fn -' , v1n Conrad. Liigfgiizi, , fwynfy' ' f4":i 2.1-as " 1 5 ? ' af' 1 121-Q-iz: . lf aig l JE AJ. GOLF . .'2f. 3 a tv., - U31 3 g 15 H: 3 :Y-'L 240 . Webster 253 W ""'.ffA'--1.3 .2 ,FLIIL-31-'..' LHS 226 Vianney 222 LHS 239 Ladue 246 LHS 222 Kirkwood 233 A A Mm, LHS 240 Parkway W. 238 ,,,,,, LHS 243 Parkway.C. 230 " , i. LHS 227 Mehlvillgg. 234 'mwni ' LHS 229 Parkway N. 241 'WLHS' ' 216 Parkwagefi. 213 LHS 219 Parkway W. 211 LHS 234 Kirkwooa 239 LHS 217 Ladue 226 -LHS 223 MQhlville" -'1. , l 225 LHS 246 Desmet g. S 224 , LHS S 219 Hgbsterfi. 230 ' LHS 238 ,jakgrkway 242 ntl K 7 nb-. Girls Get New Kicks From Soccer CO 'ei U- ..-. 'ini 'Win as . 2-.X Ai ' as ... sas A " 1-0 ...4...- E. 5 4 il . . -f'In"-QQ: my -A SOCCERQ ROW 1: D. Novak, J. Lamping, C. Pope, H. Heilich, S. Ortinau, L. Schwaab. ROW 2: J.'Meyer, P. Wilson, M. Syrett, J. Mathes, K. Brennan, S. Lipsinky, R. Kordsmeier, L. Weingardt, L. Czichos, C. Lampe. ROW 3: Coach Proctor, D. Sullivan, D. Faerber, S. Dutton, L. Smith, M. Klipsch, J. Napier, C. Kennaman, C. Moore, A. Reigert, Coach Pressler. On your mark . . ., get set . . ., and the Girls' Soccer Team was off and running to a good premier season. With the assistance of Coach Pressler and Assistant-Coach Proctor, the girls held their ground throughout the season. By scoring five goals a piece during the season, Cari Pope, Kim Brennan, Shelly Ortinan, and Shelly Ortinan, and Deb Sullivan produced a team average of approximately 2.3 goals per game. Sophomore Helen Hei- lich, outstanding player of the year, was voted Most Valuable Player. The first years standings were six wins, four losses, and two ties. ' " WV fl ' Sl. H 2' J ., 'I H . .. K V ' , fn,,,'jf2?Q".'1j,f.,.4f'5'.'i, ' nsUQ -- 4 .wg.Z.g"5551g-wvri 7-::r'gf1". 2.1.5 1 1 xy: ev-Rfk'-.'4. 'rf' .iff ' yg',,2 4- 4, 6 olwjro .-.4441 91 In M ,, . . 5, -".."voi'i'-'viva V"-F Q ' . ' N ey' '. 5275 5 1 gzstlzlseuoll Bras 'ag 5 i J Qcfecf? ', 1 '.i'E ' . . . ' ' -. ' v ,-- + . 4 e,.3'Q:f:3.,' 27.6 :ff-xg. f 3 sz-za rv-we A Q a -.1 '- -1 uv. ad -05. 951831 zsiivnegol 3: .Q-,3,'tN. Q fqgh ,X '79- -...- qffwfib 4 0 rg,-ff . -Y, 'A 1 . . , - f - W . 5 ,h'.,':y 3:5 , 2 - U 1 Quia 1 as . ' 11 4 ' 4 ' lg. . .gag . ,glaze 'H-9' " ,L -4.1.71 . ' x vw" . ' , fgg '. 5,5 ,K x',.'a- x'f ' Q 4' ,. 'Q' . .1 ' gk W ' 3' 'I , g 4. . ,iijkn . by t. ,. . , , u xwvnh .X.. , U s 35 W' av, . ' - - - 1 ' if .fir . -' is-'-:. 4 fa - 4 . . , , -A . N t J! .N .rs ,, .at ,x T51 . .fL1.'ls?'4lf.-"""Wge". 'f' .. I , f . I ., , K , . Q , .. 1 3" 1 ' 'Lsu3ifw. if 1 " 5 in ty. 5 ,. L ..,. '?L.,:54w.,1i ,: -f ' 1 ' - ni my ,,,,-- V - ., i .. V, Q ...J-,,. .. A af . 'Vu '--vw I-4'?.8'K.."',, - -P - lf' 1 A " L--- in 2 ' if A L Z LHS LHS LHS LHS LHS LHS LHS LHS LHS LHS LHS LHS SOCCER Hazelwood C. Pattopville Oakville Mehlville Affton Webster G. Mehlville Oakville Affton Webster G. Maplewood Maplewood 1 0 2 1 1 2 O 1 1 0 0 1 Pom-Pon Girls hake It 1 V 'yL1"',' X. 5. 5.f4g34l'J ij 'l,Q 55361757 .1 'l1'2'l'f- 7 ' dx ' dll!- W .1-p-4 4' -, s A L I . xl t. L.. 1 MASCOT: Liz Carmona. The 1976-77 season proved to be an active one for this years Pom-Pon squad. The girls started preparations early in August and carried out their practice routines regularly. Mrs. Cole and Mrs. Hale led the girls to their command 'performances at both the Affton and Normandy competitions. Other activities included performing at the football games and at Crestwood Plaza with the Stage Band. TWIRLER: Linda Kent. 9 x.- POM-PON SQUADQ ROW 1: R. Kraatz, F. Calandro, J. Mabie, S. Clampitt, J. Tinkham, C. Dressel J. Lingeman. ROW 2: D. Clampitt, D. Scherrnaul, R. Lichtenberg, K. Daniels, G. Weber, V. Decker: C. Camona. ROW 3: L. Suche, D. Lynch, L. Thomas, J. Dussold, C. Kraatz, J. Marshall, T. Milligan C. Erps. ROW 4: S. Carmona, C. Muschany, L. Cunningham, L. Endebrock, L. Mueller, S. Eastwood L. Kalbac, L. Leeman. OFFICERS: D. Lynch fSecretary-Treasurerl, S. Clampitt iCaptainJ, R. Kraatz CCo-Captainl. F... CH? Y i r A w l wa ii 1 ! ll. . I ' M I au af' g 1'lEe,DSii E V 1 42 ilihff aj Varsity ROW 1 L McHenry H Suche C Lim C Boody ROW 2 L Palecek S Kardell P Helmsch T Stemmler J. Grelner C. Lim C. Bearden B. Folz. ROW 3. L. Fuller T. Brems S. Merrltt. ROW 4. L. Wexler J - Seelman, B. Boniface, J. Passiglia, C. Loeffelman. '77 Captains Cheerleaders! Something To Cheer bout if Beth Folz Varsity Bonnie Boniface Varsity Dotty Koch Kay Swaney Sophomgre Fl'8ShIIl3l'l 'PN A 39 iiifuf 27' W' A 1 "" ' H Q S.-J . - Ho. i 6 il V .fm . J L , QL? Freshman: ROW 1: P. Bilyeu, J. Kelly, C. Ackermann. ROW 2: K. Swaney, B. Blaine, L. Yount, D. Hyberger, T. Tanaka, L. O'Brien, J. Morris, M. Rowe. ROW 3: M. Dorough, S. Harmon, E. Overton. This year LHS Cheerleaders put forth a great deal of effort in leading the fans in school spirit, with the help of Mrs. Caldbeck and Mrs. Graziane. Li L is mlb, X 'Ll' 'V L4 . , . The girls participated in the Summer DCA Camp for one week at Maryville College. Six A.M. practices were not an uncommon occurence for the girls during summer vacation. The cheer- leaders also co-sponsored the Turna- bout Dance which is one of the big- gest projects. .9 , J I il,--lp ,, J jj 1 5 . K ' l 1.1iH1i QQ X., fi 6, , , - it ,,,.-4 'ovs1,..5.4,,. , .s-.. Q A -F Sophomore: ROW 1: K. Moeller, L. DiPasqua. ROW 2: D. Motta. M Mueller. ROW 3: E. Kuhn, D. Koch. ROW 4: K. Prichard, S. Rivers. K Kuelker, S. Decker. ROW 5: S. Digiovanni, K. Yount.. ROW 6: D. Robben K. Womack. l!f I il"l1 llll . dlllll ---v-,.,--. if C129 Most Valuable Players n Doug Bender Eric Anderson Bonnie Boniface 3 v I I l 7 , g,g:..11f ll I-e l i B ily I li Hill: Hg-5 ll 5 f llllll """""""' 1-111- Qgsxii- 38546 Ea B . .fl QV!!! fj7ZO Ah. ww' OMAS C7 -...,X Cindy Jackson Greg Cornwell Debra Faerber 19 6 To 1977 ,f ,',. Tr. . .f "'yJ 5- f1..,."jx 3 A ,J . , N .fx .+ fy, M- z.'.'. : A-fi' 7:1 '.'1"f L Ljfv- 'WD' ,fn 2',i n 4 . V V-'A I JAN' ' All If ' . Af' " "' 0 IL! . 4 Dave Allen Helen Heilich f yy-4 .r-wx' qc,-,spa me A fig' A .1 Q, .. ,fa .:- .32 -" fi-4f,j:!!3','.Q.f KL :.' "'!""f'?'fir 1?ff'- Qrffziwi. ,-, YF' VS?-'rlQ 1- 'H-7'mL, e .Q -eng..-e,-f.1,4',L 5 Qyb ' 9512 ,, 1. N. 5 3322, 3 ev - Dale Lopinot Kevin Conrad Rich Hughes Rich Winkelhoch , 4 V ' 1 Q .gslfi . . r , 1 ' I ' " l , ' Ill! gllllll llHl'l'l!l P , ei Q ' 1 1 EDUC TDR Thxs stranger I know not who he IS hath come to my house 1n hlS wanderlng and presses for a convoy and prays lt be assured hun So let us as 1n txme past speed on the convoy For never nay never doth any man who cometh to my house ablde here long 1n sorrow for want of help upon hlS way Homer . . 7 7 . . . 7 , . 7 7 ' 7 7 . . . 0 1 w 1 1 It I 5 'ST Mr. Noah Gray, Superintendent. Dr. Sanford Pridy, Assistant Superintendent. Mr. Willis Schott, Assistant Mr. Richard G. Schuppan, Superintendent, Plant. Administrative Assistant to Superintendent. Board of Education, L. TO R. CTOP ROWb: Mr. Joseph K. Tanaka, Memberg Mr. Walter Solovic, Memberg iBOTTOM ROWH: Mr, William F. Held, Vice-President, Mr. Donald O. Hartman, President, Mrs. Toni Wirts, Secretaryg Mr. Ted Hawkins, Treasurer. 118 X . . Dr. Elma Armistead, Assistant Superintendent. 'N Mr. John E. Davis, Business Manager. ' x Ms. Mary Meyer, Community Relations. 1 6? Dr. Virginia Leibner, Administrative Assistant. Dr. Leroy Amen, Principal. Mr. Don Jones, Twelfth Grade Principal. Mr. Tony Lema, Athletic Director. il? 1 fx RN Y .X X , . ccce H al' N, ix Mr. Clifford' Smith, Tenth Grade Mr. William Coplin, Ninth Grade Principal. Principal, 119 51kt ., x 1 . ' ... A '1 v 1 :hit N?" fa 'g71.j, ' 5 7323 ?fvYi' ff ff.-if iff 'iffglfil 5 A A, Lf- N3-' 1 ':- . 'aT:,I'g', J: A - li?-ii - ' ff. L Mr. Fred Dahlberg, Curriculum Coordinator. Dr. John Hardin, Eleventh Grade Principal. By experience we find out a shorter way by a longer wander- ing. -Ascham A ess si x N N., N. 1 . XX Q QD 1 5 xifw . ,fi K K fx tlfzyl '. ,al 1-L., ss, X 'S W? if 'Q Q fa if AW, sw ' wi-.f-X, Mr Dennis Dougan, Bookkeeping, Typing I, II, Student Council, Senior Class Sponsor. YD Mr Jeff Graves, Management I, II, DOE, COE. Mr Jim Conway, Advanced Placement English, PTO Advisory. X ix hx N 538 L xl - ,gm ,rig 1' YV' ., . -.1 ,v . Jw' 'E .ssl 1,',. .. 4 . ' Qo- . ' .Q g i P .rl . lf- . f"' ar' L.. Business may not be the noblest pursuit, but it is true that men are bringing to it some of the qualities which actuate the ex- plorer, scientist, artist: the zest, the open-mindedness, even the disinterestedness, with which the scientific investigator ex- plores some field of pure re- search. - Calkins Mr. William Leonard, Secretarial Practice, Office Machines, Clerical Practice, Activity Accounting. J :Y Mrs. Jane Wuerz, Clerical Practice, Office Machines, COE Coordinator. 'swim Ms. Sharon Hutchings, Communication Skills I, II, Sophomore Class Sponsor. 121 O cw Mrs. Charlotte Kopplin, Communication Skills I, IV, Freshman Class Sponsor. ' , 17 sy x, Mr. Lawrence Kraft, Communication Skills I, Debate Judge. RE. i,,. . ., , 1 F Mr. Fobert I-Iarrison, Radio Announcing, Debate, Speech I, II, Theatre Survey, KLSR, Debate Club, Forensics Director. 'vm 3 ' TMJ, l . J A Q ff' mfr" 5 Mrs. Mary Sell, Communication Skills II, Junior Varsity Girls' Volleyball Coach, Sophomore Class Sponsor. f" ' - Mrs. Laurell Ostermeier, Project Reading, Sophomore Class Sponsor. Mr. J. D. Nolan, Communication Skills I, Freshman Class Sponsor. A4 Miss Pamela Paris, Communication Skills I, II, Freshman Class Sponsor. Speak gently to the erring one I yet may bring him back, With holy words and tones of love, From misery's thorny track. Mrs. Alice Clogston, Communication Skills I, III, Junior Class Sponsor. 122 Ms. Kathryn Cormack, Communication Skills IV, Sophomore Class Sponsor. ca' AA, 'NWI'-v... Mr. Dan Corse, Communication Skills II, Sophomore Class Sponsor. Ms. Barbara Bratton, Communication Skills II, Creative Writing Club. l""' i Xlgx Mrs. Lois Warfel, Communication Skills I, SPIRIT. i . A , 3 If Nd I 2 Mrs. Virginia Topping, Communication Skills II, IV, Sophomore Class Sponsor. 123 45 ...Q 14 "' 4.iQ Mrs. Nancy Nagel, Communication Skills II, Rapid Reading, Book Exchange Club. E l 4, , Mrs. Christy Holmes, Rapid Reading, Creative Writing, Pep Club. X inf' fiw Miss Anne Drace, Communication Skills I, II, Sophomore Class Sponsor. Mr. Charles Belik, Communication Skills IV, Junior Class Sponsor. 4 X n " 1 Mrs. Debra Peppers, Theater Survey, Acting I, II, Independent Study in Act- ing, Drama Club, All-School Play, Thes- pian Society, Variety Show. i fi 'D . '11, a ' .l- Ms. Karen McCray, Communication Skills I, Advanced Communication Skills III, Lyceum Club. Q !? sr: TG N' 'vnig 3,13 T, -ex 'DIG X.. Mr. William Elkins, Business English Essentials, Communication Skills IV, Hangar Dances, Athletic Council. Mrs. Jeanne Bragg, Communication Skills IV, Senior Class Sponsor, Science Fiction Club. Mrs. Mary Reymer, Communication Skills IV, KLSR. 124 i. 2.1. 02. if 'Jtar i reg 'C-if Ms. Mary Ann I-Iarris, Communication Skills I, III, IV, Lyceum Club. Nut Mrs. Edna Leutwiler, Communication Skills III, IV, Quill and Scroll. Mrs. Margaret Monaco, Journalism, Communication Skills II, PILOT. 'WT' .MW Q.. 3,5 'UU Q-7 Mrs. Phyllis O'Neal, Communication Skills I, II, Sophomore Class Sponsor. Mrs. Jane Albrecht, Communication Skills I, Hangar Dances. Gazing on Thee, Thou Bright and Morning Star, I am led far, I know not where I be. -Da Todi Mr. Marvin Stuhlmann, Communica- tion Skillsl II Inde endent Stud En I I 1 1 p y g' llsh, Creative Writing Club. Mrs. Veta Takach, Communication Skills III, IV, Senior Class Sponsor. 125 .wi .:R,."i.-hm: . . . "le 'lil 'f"fMvg4 - 1'.:ff'7', jf: Mrs. Ethel Hall, Advanced Placement English, Communication Skills IV, Sena ior Class Sponsor. Ms. Rebekah Simpson, Creative Writ.- ing, Communication Skills III, Senior Class Sponsor. Mr. John Weiss, Communication Skills IV, Variety Show. I mum! -as 3' 631 ,ann Mr. James Moore, Guidance Director. Mr- Tom Kallaos Ninth Grade '? 1 Counselor, Freshman Class Sponsor. -W r-"-"" H Dr. Mary Ann Walker, Ninth Grade Mrs. Ruby Yerkes, Ninth Grade Mr. Louis Lorch, Tenth Grade Counselor, Freshman Class Sponsor. Counselor, Freshman Class Sponsor. Counselor, Varsity Basketball Coach, Varsity Golf Coach, Sophomore Class Sponsor. X. Mrs. Barbara Albers, Tenth Grade Counselor, Sophomore Class Mr. L. H. Hildreth, Tenth Grade Sponsor. Society. 126 Counselor, National Honor Y its .I 'ai' :I 5-'f."'.-5 :eff-ef" if - -4'-' Z Mr. Michael Beckmann, Eleventh Grade Counselor, National My-3, Mary Lou Biggs, Eleventh Grade Cgunselory Job Place- Honor Society. ment, Junior Class Sponsor. 'H in-7 "ii 3 MS- C8I'0le Yap, El9V9l'1fh Grade Counselor, JUUi0l' Class SP011- Dr. Bert Faison, Twelfth Grade Counselor, Senior Class Spon- BOF. . Mrs. Hope Lorch, Twelfth Grade Counselor, Senior Class Spon- S0l'. SOI. Q3 Q3 CLP YT.:-'v 'in ...gt 1 'f me Mrs. Debbie Younce, Twelfth Grade Counselor, Pep Club. 127 ,fimiv I Mr. Ralph Brooks, Driver Education. A man should first direct him- self in the way which he should go. Only then should he instruct others. -Buddha 75 YP" .4 Mrs. Velma Bergen, Drawing and Painting I, Drawing II, Painting II, Junior Class Sponsor. Mr. Mel Sachmann, Driver Education, Varsity Basketball Coach, Varsity Football Coach. Mr. Tim Young, Driver Education, Sophomore Football Coach, Sophomore Baseball Coach. Fellowship of Christian Athletes. 'zz-4' Mr. Jake Norton, Jr., Driver Education, Junior Class Sponsor. 'x ..,g -ilk :il ' - YNY Ms. Ann Goshen, Art Survey, Freshman Class Sponsor. 128 Mr. Thomas Caughlan, Crafts, Sophomore Class Sponsor Q -ff ffl fs Mrs. Judith Jarnagin, Art Survey, Soph- Mrs. Kathryn McNeill, Art Survey, Art Mrs, Gail Armstrong, Art Survey, Pep omore Class Sponsor. Club. Club. SPERAMUS You who abide in the carmine, sun-tinged land Of computers and carousels and geraniums, Pause sometime to Search truthfully for an understanding of Us who abide in the blue, moonlit land Of unicorns and winds and white roses, And you will More completely understand Yourselves, More completely fulfill Us. -Regina Lederle 'fs r .. , it .G A vl..'- g .f' W- . ,, -Q.,-I-.,.'-. 1 . Y :L -.A :lfl, ,, nu: ..Tf1- 21, Mrs. Evelyn Lancaster, Art Survey, Mr. Jerry Harp, Crafts, Pottery, Sculp- Mr. Jack Harp, Crafts. Painting and Drawing. ture, Variety Show. 129 Mr. Robert M. Bivens, German II, V, Principal's Advisory Committee. X Mr. George Kremenesky, Russian II, III, IV, V, Russian Club. S? N.- is 4 g . Mr. Joseph Barnes, Spanish I, II, Span- ish Club. Mrs. Irmgard Voss, German I, III, IV, Ger- man Club. Q0 Mrs. Marianne Gleich, French III, IV, V, French Club. Mr. Emeterio O. Sanchez, Spanish III, IV, V, Spanish Club. Mr. James Skrobacki, Latin I, II, III, IV, Communication Skills I, Latin Club. fi Miss Sue Seemiller, French I, II, French Club. Round the cape of a sudden came the sea And the sun looked over the mountain's rim: And straight was a path of gold for him, And the need of a world of men for me. -Browning l JD Mrs. Barbara Vires, Spanish II,III, Sophomore Class Sponsor. Mrs. Charlotte Poston, Child Develop- ment, Senior Class Sponsor. Ms. Sally Fischer, Foods I,II, Home Eco- nomics Club. VL 1 f. 5255225 Q--Lg . rms- ' F sf-fe Is it housebroken? M1 ra , . If I . 5 I Mrs. Betsy O'Toole, Home Economics, Foods I, Home Economics Club. Ms. Marilyn Guy, Clothing I,II, Senior Class Sponsor. 131 'l' Mrs. Barbara Scott, Housing and Interi- or Design, Foods I,II, PTO Advisory. Mrs. Mary Elizabeth Leonard, Family Relationships, PTO Advisory. Ms. Ava Kay Blumer, Home Economics I, Home Survey, Child Development, Sophomore Class Sponsor. Mr. Donald Gray, Offset Printing, Ac- tivity Printing. Mr. Greg Lohse, Woodworking, Wres- tling Coach, Sophomore Class Sponsor. . -. -,- .- . 1 i v-1 .4 ,,.w 'M- A' 1 - 2 - ti Q A- i7'1Q!l!!!!!, Mira LA 1" in imp A -if ,g --,xl -af. ... M.-vgf':1-' Q. 6,53 , ., 1 ,J 4 ni-Q-, . .. -gnc?-M1f'f . . vfaguuunq..-Y ' . 1'-5, - - , , 4 .g V Q-- 4. 1 A '- s' nf az' 9:11, 1' ,. ' we - ri gm-We , I , ' 1,'H,,,.i5Sf,f?lI..'-, , ,, ,t'ff':C' ' QQ,-3,5 'Q ' ' .J!3.-.Sew , ,. ,. fm , - 1-'L+ mi , , , W -...fffljif ,V .h "lZ"Ze' :ir-.M fs ' 4:yfi'4-TP. " 4" Yew' ' . 1 .-fn, 4 ' f 3- .w3pg,,a. . - '?!L:5.ff5Lf'f.. -' ,. , '?ia.i:tP.f'5 -' A hifi? "gn: :HQ-rife 2 V. f..,- V - r, g. f fax". 4- ,'Q1.:,, , Y .- ..Atl-N , :Wg .,s,- . Mr. Richard Lee, Power Mechanics, Automotive Repair. f rip Mr. Lawrence Sosna, Photography, General Shop. 132 Mrs. Elaine Kimker, Home Survey, Pep Club. -3' Mr. Robert Reiche, General Shop. f ' .' ' s v.,.. Mr. Dennis Schaefferkoetter, Power Mechanics, General Metals, Silk Screen, Industrial Arts Club. iii . if ' , ' G G TP . ff-415+ . 5- .g -fp- . A :fi , Q-' z gyf' at , l fa" if var- 09 nm 3:5 En FY' O32 50:3 S53 Em: "I 5? 'Us 55 cn.: 5? me O"1 53. On: 58 is Es CD 'PS' f '91 Mr George Martin, General Drafting, Aerospace Education 1' N Mr. Glenn Thee, Offset Printing, Screen Mr. Steve Koeln, General Metals. Printing, Electricity, PTO Advisory. tography Club. gt- ' HG! 4? e -ff' N Mr. Curtis Meeks, Woodworking. Mr. Tony Parisi, Photography I, II, Va- riety Show, Hangar Dances, Tuesday Nite at the Movies. 133 Mr. Don Love, Photography I, II, Pho- 5 if E g ? ?1 X :"? is A Mr. Firmin Puricelli, Photography I, II, Varsity Girls' Tennis, Coach, Varsity Boys' Tennis. Coach. P Mrs. Savannah Furman, Assistant Li- brarian, Book Exchange Club. W f 'i V we .,.,. 9' '51 fs- -? Mrs. Betty Montgomery, Librarian, Senior Class Sponsor. 134 Mr. Marvin Reid, General Drafting, Ma- chine Drawing, Architectural Drawing, Engineers' Club, Senior Class Sponsor. l 'kfgr Mr. Bill White, Assistant Librarian, Li- brary Club. Mr. Don Hurt, Head Librarian, Library Club. Mr. Lowell Brunner, Symphonic Band, Concert Band, Brass Choir. Ms Sherri Bick General Mathematics Algebra IA Variety Show liv .23 l tw X, Mr. Dean Bye, Acappella Choir, Mixed Choir, Ninth Grade Choir, Music Ap- preciation, Chorus, Madrigal I, Ninth Grade Ensemble. Mrs. Blye Vaughn, Music Theory, Acap- pella Choir, Chorus, Girls Concert Choir, Madrigal Groups. Climb ev'ry mountain, search high and low, Follow ev'ry byway, ev'ry path you know. Climb ev'ry mountain, ford ev'ry stream, Follow ev'ry rainbow, till you find your dream! A dream that will need all the love you can give, Ev'ry day of your life for as long as you live. Climb ev'ry mountain, ford ev'ry stream, Follow ev'ry rainbow till you find your dream. - Hammerstein i k9' I s I - " . , Mr Robert Schllmme Computer Pro Mrs Judy Carpenter, Algebra IA, IB, Mr. Don Edwards, Plane Geometry, Al- grammmg Computer Science P T O Pep Club gebra I, IA, Letterman's Club. Advisory Senior Class Sponsor -c . I6 4 H . xi l l lk ,fl A 135 41 Ms. Mary Heemeier, General Math, Senior Math Refresher, Honor Society. Mr. William Linter, Senior Math Refresher, Concepts of Geometry, Algebra IA, Astro Club, Chess Club. Ms. Deborah Stricklin, General Math, Algebra IA, Algebra IB, Math Club. Ms. Suzy Kassebaum, Algebra IA, Algebra IB, Honor Society. lx ' Q l -, X- Mr. Vince Range, Plane Geometry, Concepts of Geometry, Sophomore Class Sponsor. Mr. John Wehling, General Math, Algebra I, Freshman Class Sponsor. 136 N, E Ll I f Mr. Ben Kettler, Algebra I, Algebra IA, Algebra IB, Chess Club. Mr. Dennis Mall, General Math, Algebra IA, Freshman Class Sponsor. 'YI 6 Mr. James Bullard, Algebra IA, Algebra IB, Key Club. Mr Doyce Burney Plane and Solid Geometry Plane Geometry Sophomore Class Sponsor it Mr Robert Bungenstock Plane Geometry Concepts in Geometry Computer Science Computer Club Mr Wayne Medlm Algebra I, Plane Geometry Sophomore Class Sponsor. Mr John Crews Plane Geometry, Algebra II Trigonometry, Math Analysis Semor Class Sponsor, Mr Harold Vaughn Algebra II Mr Roger Trlplett General Math, Calculus Semor Class Sponsor Algebra IA Math Club. I 71 KL K ' ! . ' l 3 I 5 , F- . l 0 X f l o X' Y . . , l I 5 i' Y ' Y .E .w-q ,X K 5. . 1: ' , , g , X , I 137 Ms. Peggy Stuckmeyer, Algebra I, Concepts in Geometry, Plane Geometry, Food and Recipe Club. Mr. Herman I-Iaeger, Algebra Il, Trigonometry, Math Analysis, Senior Class Sponsor, Intramurals. nfs fj V '--ff 3' f- v-1 ,Q Yrxlkf .4 Y-IX: fig? lie-gf-CJ vi l Mrs. Ruth Moore, College Algebra. Algebra II - Trigonometry, Algebra Il, Junior Class Sponsor, Contest Manager National High School Mathematics Examination. ln lYN'lu. ST ET SDN my 4 X 14 Mr. Stanley Mach, Physical Education, Mr. Frank Cox, Physical Education, Mr. Robert Herd, Physical Education, Varsity Football Coach. Letterman's Club, Varsity Water Polo Freshman Football Coach, Varsity Coach, Junior Varsity Swimming Coach. Wrestling Coach, Wrestlette's Club. .r , .gs N. 4 Mr. Donald Bee, Physical Education, ,N Drivers Education, Fellowship of Chris- tian Athletes, Letterman's Club, Assis- 5' . tant Varsity Basketball Coach, Assis- tant Varsity Track Coach. xx, f -el 9? 1 1 as , I' W? .1 5 . A .5 J fr Mr. Dan Ehlenbeck, Physical Educa- Mr. Charles Gateley, Physical Educa- Mr. Alois Jaworski, Physical Education, tion, Letterman's Club, Freshman Bas- tion, Varsity Baseball Coach, Assistant Letterman's Club, Sophmore Basketball ketball Coach, Varsity Soccer Coach. Varsity Football Coach. Coach, Varsity Track Coach. 138 Ms. Barbara Young, Physical Educa- tion, Girls' Varsity Golf Coach, Girls' Varsity Basketball Coach. Junior Varsity Basketball Coach. Ms. Melanie DePorter, Physical Education, Girls' Varsity Field Hockey Coach, Girls' I If I could only see the road you came, With all the jagged rocks and crooked way I might S 45 more kindly think your mlsstep And only praise PQ Q .J- " X - X- I I 4 l MS- JOY Miller, Physical Education, Mrs- Marilyn Pl'0SS10l', Physical Edl1C8ti0I1, Ms. Carol Buckner, Physical Education Girls' Gymnastics Coach. Girls' Varsity Field Hockey Coach, Girls' Girls' Synchronize Swimming Coach Soccer Coach. Girls' Swim Team Coach, Freshman 139 Class Sponsor. 4 . Xi f ii ' Q 4 -X 4 . . Mr. Robert Kuntzman, Physical Sci- ence, Agricultural Chamber Science De- partment, Camera Club. 1 Mr. John-Mark Brabon, Applied Biol- ogy, Natural Science, Junior Varsity Water Polo Coach. Mr. Randolph Krohmer, Natural Sci- ence, Advanced Biology, Junior Varsity Soccer Coach, Track Coach, Key Club. iw? in HSN. YQ. fl, Q L . F.. ' at ' j 4 I I Mr. Don Rothermich, Health Science, Physical Education, Fellowship of Christian Athletes, Assistant Sopho- more Football Coach. 140 Mrs. Beverly DeClue, General Biology, Applied Biology, Advanced Biology Club. l Mr. Louis Kassing, Applied Biology, Ad- vanced Biology, Advanced Biology Club. Mrs. Marggi Long, Natural Science, Ap- plied Biology, Hangar Dance. fit 5 Zx Mr. Daryl Mottley, Applied Biology, Bi- Mrs. Yvonne Cole, Applied Biology, Bi- ology, Rifle Club. ology, Pom Pon, Junior Class Sponsor. ...--5.1, l g ' fswx ,I r fm? , V i .V l yffgx Mr. Eugene Syrewicz, Applied Biology, Hangar Dance. Mr. Robert Jaques, Biology, Advanced Biology, Rifle Club. Mr. Tom McCracken, Biology, Ad- Mr. Robert Merryman,Applied Chemis- vanced Biology, Cross Country Coach, try, Future Medical Careers. Co-Pilots. 141 H E! 3 is Mr. William Cook, Chemistry, Applied Chemistry, Junior Class Sponsor. Mr. Louis Lunte, Advanced Biology, Bio-Ethics, Advanced Biology Club. EC 7 M ff 4 ib- Mr. George Smith, Chemistry. Chemis- try Club. fy., f A G! ff V! ,iv fi R , ty, , w -, r ' I, , 3 ' l 'f '. 3. ' , ' '- - 'P . I 9' 1 ' X I It Q", T.. xlryfu v I Z 3 ' L fx. - , A- Q Q r i. V '-X 1 W FV . I , ,gf-I , 3 of Fi tz? 5 ' I I ,, V, 9 Hr i . 'X ,ig-fel if A, a .- , gf . I 32 25? - FW ii f Ji, 'F 2 4 J-- i P4 415. 5 it lil ' ,- I. gs, - f " rf -'.. .-,f'- f. . -1' Y , I . zyi .gs-YQ?-5-fa.. f ,. -- A ' I I ' if 'fifml-"-X4'1...f il-sf H37 I g 'f"--'-tif' Mr. Gary Jackson, American History, Social Science Department Chairman. LQHEQNXE Mr. Allen McCarthy, American Sys- tems, American Citizen, Freshman Class Sponsor. ar'- Mr. Earl Lischer, Physics, Physical Sci- Mr. Harold Pourchot, Biology, Medical ence, Astro Club, KLSR Radio Station, Technology, Cross Country Coach, Jets Engineers Club. Girls' Track Coach, Biology Club. THE LAMP UPON THE STAND At every hour in every season, Leaning upon my staff, my reason, I walk a quiet path, obscure, With steps undaunted though unsure. Taught by the stars that light my way, I teach beginners, lest they stray, How the staff assists the feet In a journey I pray they will complete. Although I often stumble in pain, I walk in drought, I walk in rain, For my path is often scorned in fright, But I know the joys of sharing the light. Regina Lederle Mr. Robert Kottkamp, American Sys- Mr. Langdon Nauert, American Sys- tems, American Citizen. tems, Freshman Class Sponsor. 142 1...- Mr. Don Swortfiguer, American Sys- tems, American Citizen, Freshman Class Sponsor. ii: :K E ' , viii? lliiatn 4 ? 5 ga L - - " F J F xx cf' . '41 V-N 4 vm 'Q o Mr. Herb Blue, Western Civilization, Area Studies, Sophomore Class Spon- sor. Mr. Norman Jump, World History, Western Civilization, Sophomore Class Sponsor. 45 Mr. Michael Yates, American Systems, American Citizen, Scholar Quiz, Intra- mural Basketball Coach. Go, seeker, if you will, throughout the land and you will find us burning in the night. -Wolfe T RXGH ' -4 Y , 'il H -Q ' .'. .' l j Hag l Flin H 4 , +L: gf ' I wa,1 i' A 1 ' j V f fi'-3 , Mr. John Jay, Economics, Western Civilization, Hangar Dance. 143 rlii.-. Q . V- -,, I -'P is n-F f C 1 Mr. Clinton Blandford, Western Civil- ization, World History, Foreign Ex- change. ,,.f """ Vfi' Mr. Paul Crader, Western Civilization, Area Studies, Sophomore Class Spon- sor. e'Iei,,f X Mr. Mark Snyder, Western Civilization. World History, Independent Study World History, Hangar Dance. Q 'll ""?'?" 1 fl ' 1 5' , ,T Mrs. Diane Caldbeck, American Histo- ry, Cheerleading, Junior Class Sponsor. f, is l 0,1 ' tu -'fi ' ', gl fr ag x, 95 I v my "' .N-N. - 1, K 'NW Mr. William Kilbreath, American Sys- tems, American Citizen, Freshman Class Sponsor. ia. Mrs. Betty Summa, You and the Law, Lyceum Club. p -5 ,fl 4 'X p, -. . X Nm' Mr. Henry Goodwin, Jr., American His- tory, Junior Class Sponsor. Mr. Joseph Margraff, American Histo- ry, Junior Class Sponsor. 'DN ,Q ' A U1 A:--Q, .WLS Mr. Stuart Walls, American History, Ju- nior Class Sponsor. 144 Ms. Constance Graziani, American His- tory, Cheerleading, Junior Class Spon- sor. Mr. Morgan Rushing, American History Independent Study, Community Con- tests. Mr. Arthur Carle, Humanities, World History, Drama Club. lil' x fbi ' 4. Mr. Weldon Cox, Contemporary Issues, Debate Judge. Mr. Eugene James, Geography, Missou- ri History, Senior Class Sponsor. Mr. Philip Saliga, Sociology, Senior Class Sponsor. ya 7 .rx ff 41' . ,,p. N. I In ,M xi! Q '. Kv' A Ms. Sandra Hale, Psychology I, II, Women in History, World History, Pom Pon, Senior Class Sponsor. ,v i - if Mr. Gary Lewis, American History, Ad- vanced Placement American History, PTO Advisory. Xfl QI it X . Mr. Robert Schaefer, Sociology, Anthro- pology, Senior Class Sponsor. 145 1 Mr. Jerome Holstein, Contemporary Is- sues, Psychology I, Senior Class Spon- sor. 19 .r 7 Y.. ...ai Mr. Mike McGuffey, Psychology I, II, Student Council. X Mr. Dale Eason, Behavioral Science, Psychology I, Environmental Problems Club. R5 'C"7' 'i'7f? Dr. Amen's Secretaries: ROW 1: D. Haury, ROW I kj 4 2: J. Love, D. Laacke. Secretaries: ROW 1: E. Goodrich, M. Moehl. ROW 2: M. Mueller, M. Schuette. V 5 I X' '94-+6-pl I:-V Nurses: G. Vollmar, R. Hall, FMC. Custodians: F. Turner, M. Moenkhoff, A. Cizek, Z. Jovanovic, G. Autenrietd, ROW 2: R. Royher, J. Salsman, R. Davis, M. Lucy, E. Beasley. Staff Aides: ROW 1: N. Ganter, A. Burns, R. Spaulding, E. Gilbreath, G. Bates, J. Dorsey, J. Spirk, ROW 2: E. Westfall, G. Turner, L. Pottebaum, K. Cross, M. Fassel, C. Dreppard, C. Girardier, J. Boggiano. S' l ' av -. QQ--uv' if x H V Supply Officer: F. Kienker. 5.-M Security Officer J Schmidt Study Hall Supervisor D Sczpanski 3 of liz School Printer Staff Aide: T. IIICI' Zim- Study Hall Supervisor: G. King. f'-3 H425 X Contlnuing Education. ROW 1. M. Reid, ROW 2. G. Neu, R. Newton. Secretaries: N. Blauser, J. Freese. Runners: ROW 1: S. Krieger, A. Vareliz, ROW 2: S Hessler, L. Helms, D. Buggy. Data Processmg ROW 1 L Volkenmg J Thomas ROW 2: C. Hynes, J. Adams ,,,,,,,, . .ni Secretaries E Wood L Miller Picture not Available I . ' x v .y ! K I V. - W. NK- . iQ 5 . I ' .ix 'x V i.S . """""""" " " 'K ..ffl'lf,QIf . 2' 1 .57 :X , 9 1 5,1 ,.. 1 : . ' , . , : . , . ' , 147 wf DI IDUAL All that is human must retrograde if it does not advance. -Gibbon in 1 . 4 1 I iii l EE ml Hal IH' lkil Ip I 'i lx 1 ig- .-'Z X I .. 'Gr- ff 4 I I i l l ..1 '1- I .--' A '1 Adil Abram, M. Ahrens, T. Amen, L. Absolon, D. Albers, S. Anderson, E. Ackermann, Allen, B. Anderson, C. Allen, J. K. Acord, N. Allen, R. Anderson, S. Adams, D. Amanat, J. Andracsek, Adams, M. Amann, K. D. Ad3mS, R- Andrews, L. Antinora, M. I 3 .-, ' af 2 l PRESIDENT: Bryan Blackford VICE-PRESIDENT: Steve Merlo vii' .1 ,. x. ,,. ly A Us H31 A SECRETARY: Julie Zupan 'psf- 'lf 4 v- TREASURER: Lisa Shambro 150 S. f i x K 1 4 Lis! , lil A Bu ln. I Argo, W. Baker, K. Barrett, M. Armstrong, Baker, R. Bauer, J. M. Balossi, M. Bauer, M. Bachesta, P. Baldwin, K. Baumann, C Bachmann, Ball, T. Beatty, C. R. Barnes, B. Beck, B. Baer, D. Barnes, M. Beck, J. Baer, E. Baize, C. Sep Q7 A i Beckmann Bellows D Berry R Bxlyen P. Bender L Berryhlll P Bmgesser, Beezley C Bene K Bertts B Blrchfxeld, Bexer B Bennett C Berwm D Be C Bentz S Besslnger C Blscan M. Bell K Benwell S Bettis L Black S Bell S Blackford, Those who educate chlldren well are more to be honored than even thelr parents, for these only gxve them l1fe, those the art of llvlng well Arlstotle J. -r' ,Ll 5-J x ix S rn X . lx V in Blaine, B. Bollwerk, M. Boston, L. Bradbury, B. Braun, S. Blume, J. Bolz, T. Bova, K. Bradsher, Braun, S. Boehlow, R. Boniface, B. Bowman, L. M. Brawley, K Bogad, D. Boofer, D. Boyd, B. Brand, M. Brenner, C. Bogosian, C. Borlesch, B. Boyd, B. Brander- Brewer, S. Bokel, M. Bornhauser, Boyette, R. burg, D. Brill, K. J. Brandt, M. Bratsch, M. ROW 1: Ms. Kopplin, Dr. Walker. ROW 2: Mr. Nolan, Mr. Nauert, Mr. Swortfi- guer. 6- xv Lf Callier, S. Callier, S. Campbell, C. Campey, J. Card, G. Caress D Casey S Castelll K Chambers Chipman, J. Carroll D Cassam C Catalano M Chitwood, R. 152 :- 4- Q' fi! tv' , r 1'-ir V K. 5, ' .44 llfxl . 5 ' . V A 'Vs G. ,Q l AX Q . Conner, B. Conroy, R. Constantin- ides, C. Cook, K. Cook, K. Cooper, V. Cornelison, D. Coslick, P. Cox, A. Cox, T. Creath, B. Crews, B. Crook, K. Crosswhite, J. Cubbage, J. Cubbage, J. Dalton, D. Cummines, Dam, R. C. Dammrich, Curry, R. D. Curtis, L. Czichos, E. Daniels, D Daniels, K. Dare, J. Daugherty, M. Daum, J. Davault, J. Davidenas, R. Dibartolo, A. Dieckhaus, Diemert, E. Dickey, C. D. Dierzbicki, Dieckhaus, J. L. 153 Davis, G. Davis, M. Day, D. Degenhardt, J. Dehart, C. Dell, B. Dellerman, L. Dempsey, P. Denis, G. Deutsch- mann, J. .' ! 'Q if Diestelkamp, Ditker, C. L. Dilorenzo, R. Dobbins, J. -66' Droste, K. Duban, T. Dudley, C. Ernge, C. Enegren, A. Dobbs, K. Doerr, B. Sorry Charlie! Doerner, M. Dorough, M. I I Q7-4 afmf 3 x. , Duncan, J. Dwiggins, Dunda, M. M. Durham, S. East, S. Eaton, S. Ebel, D. Economon, M. Edrich, A. 313 . IA . Engel, D. England, L. Engel, J. Ensor, D. 1 J Erzinger, C. Everding, S. Egler, P. Eick, M. Eickel, T. ' s 6-f C ik . "1 V Q , .. Eimers, K. Ellinghouse J. Ellis, C. M Dorsey, B. Douglas, M. Drewett, C. Dostal, D. Douglas, M. Droste, J. xl ,JE 'M 2539 nu- Eydmann, Fanning, S. Farmer, D. Faveere, R. Fedder, T. M. Farley, T. Farrow, W. Fedder, S. Feeler, V. Faller, L. 154 f"K x 4 TT 1:4 T 'hi Q1 h Q. s Fehr, L. Ferguson, S. Fields, B. Fisher, T. Flynn, T. Formahls, A. Franks, M. Frederick, L. Friet, C. Felder, G. Fialka, G. Fietcher, B. Fitzgibbons, Follmer, C. Forsythe, D. Franz, B. Frederick, Fuchs, A. Ferguson, R. Fick, J. Fischer, H. M. Follmer, J. Franks, J. Fraser, T. T. Fuchs, L. Flint, J. Friedrich, B. Gentry, A. Berger, J. i Geoffrion, D. Gilbane, K. A wo' -.ga f 5... ..- Q- 'I Fuller, R. Gaina, P. Garcia, V. Garner, N. Gasko, T. f Gahn, R. Garavaglia, Gardner, T. Garrett, K. Gaston, P. . W ' 'x A A Gilbreath, J. Giorgi, M. Glanzner, K. Gilder, K. Giorgi, P. ' Glickert, S. 155 9-' ...gl . What are these guys trying to prove?! ii .If L . I . ytxk I Q. ,. 3 N . 'llzsdwl l V H. Goede, W. Goetz, S. Goins, S. Gokenback, D. Golfin, J. Gormley, M. Grab, R. Graff, M. Graneto, M. Gray, T. Greathouse, C. Green, A. Green, D. Greene, L. Gregg, S. Grempler, S. Greubel, R. Grewe, D. Grieshaber, D. Grills, D. Gros, B. Grosche, M. Groth, C. Guenther, K. Gugliele- mencci, G Hacay, D. Hackney, S. Haffner, J. Hall, D. Hall, K. Halloran, N. Hamel, M. l H W , , . . I l 1 i 2 Hamel, M. Hanes, S. Harr, M. Hartle, G. Hauser, J. Hedrick, J. Heizer, H. Herbert, N. Hessler, T. Hamill, D. Hanewinkle, Harrelson, Harvell, R. Hawes, H. Heimos, M. Helderle, S. Herrington, Heutel, J. Hammel, S. M. B. Hatala, C. Haynes, R. Heine, W. Helfrich, L. R. Higgins, K. Hampton, Hannan, M. Harris, S. Hatler, W. Heath, B. Heinold, T. Helms, S. Hess, C. Hill, K. D. Harmon, S. Hart, G. HCSS, J- 156 w l wif ?' x. ' 3,5 Hill, L. Hogan, C. Holtmann, Hillis, J. Hogan, T. R. Hinkamp, Holland, L. Hooper, B. N. Holman, J. Hosselkus, Hoeferkamp, Holtgrewe, B. M. L. Hosselkus, Hoffmeister, L. G. House, C. Qu xl' Hovious, S. Howald, L. Howell, B. Huether, D. Hughes, E. w 1 dv- 45 -5' N. O 1 -,J L I .Lal 1,4- A if 'F E A v Stihl A 4. Q 'f .1 ug- X l , " ' ff" 4. '14 'A 's 'Q I Hulser, K. Hyberger, D. Jackson, L. Johnson, D. Jones, J. Humes, T. llkemeier, K. James, S. Johnson, K. Jones, M. Hummel, R. lmmethun, Janko, R. Johnston, C. Jordan, B Hutson, C. C. Jenkins, R. Jolliff, H. Jost, R. Hutson, J. Ingalls, R. Jett, B. Jones, B. Jost, S. Isbell, W. Vw 'D JP, Juengel, R. Jurgens, M. Kahle, T. Sl! Wg x . Kalna, S. Julius, J. Kagel, P. Kaiser, M. Kasal, J. 91 5 2 . i 5 i 5 . i T 5 P' X1 R T W 'A - l K+ ' 'E 5 DX X A Do you think l'm crazy enough to pay you? 157 l 9 l X? Kaschner, E. Fresh Ke Keil, M. Keilholz, J. Keim Kelly, Kelly, Kelly, Q Kemper, P. Kendrick, L. M. Kennamann, J. Kennedy, F. ur' 'A I 158 N. X Ker, K. Kersting, S. Kidd, V. Kindt, C. Kitchen, R. Knaus, E. Knott, K. Kohne, G. Kozeny, T. Kristanich, S. Krurnm, T. Klingemann, C. Kneip, T. Knox, J. Konersman, M. T Kramer, R. Kroc, P. Kuechenmeis- ter, S. Klipsch, M. Kneisler, J. Koberman, N. Kordsmeier, R. Kraus, G. Kroupa, G. Kuhlman, K. Klumb, C. Knight, J. Kocher, K. Kossmeyer, T. Kretchman, F. Krumm, S. Kump, D. .9 ,A .4 King, M. King, S. Kinslow, J. Kirk, S. C' fig rm .. 65. -4 N vw ' s i -.Q L4 yr i Q 1 "di - Y - .5 Q' Lackey S Lakowski, R. Lang, M. Lanius, A. Lauer, J. Lawrence, Lee, D. ,Lenhardt, C. Leong, O. Lahr L Lancaster, Laningham, Larkin, L. Laury, J. D. Leigh, J. Lenhardt, L. Leong, V. R G. Lechner, B. '- fi., A . ,W WAS' Leverenz R Lipinsky, S. Llnkogel C Lischer, K. ' ' Litzsinger, Logan, P. Q C Lorance, D 5 if 5.1 S.-s V I ! .iid All Loveall L Luer, J. Lynch, T. Macko, B. Manley, R. Marvin, R. Mastis, L. Matthews, J. Mayer, J. Lorenz J Lux, S. Macdonald, Malone, D. Martin, M. Marx, J. Matalonis, Maurath. C. Mayer, R. Loyet M Lynch, J. G. Maloy, M. Martin, P. Marziotti, C. G. May, B. McAllister, Maciocia, C. Mathis, S. D. 159 9x 4.- ,. .. ' 1 X.x ,. ,. I ,. ,. ,. ,. ,. I 980 1.1 3 V f 4 A li f , A GL . i . A Mitchell, D. Moellinger, Morgan, G. Morioka, K Mobley, T. R. Morgan, J. Morris, J. Moehl, J. Montgom- Morgner, D. Morrow, G. ery, K. Moore, C. N-u X Sure, I'll be free Friday night! if N McArthy, C. McKillop, C. McAuley, T. Medlock, B. McBain, R. Meinecke, P. McCosh, T. Meiser, R. McDannold, Menning, K. S. Menz, L. McFarland, Merian, B. P. McKay, S. Merlo, G. Merlo, S. Myer, D. Meyer, D. Meyer, J. Meyer, P. Miana, J. Michaud, T. Miller, K. Morton, J. Moser, J. Moss, J. Moushey, L. Michel, B. Miller, P. Midyett, J. Miller, R. Mielke, J. Milligan, L. Miles, V. Milligan, L. Milla, V. Minnella, T. Miller, P. Minton, P. 160 Muehlen- brock, C. Mueller, G. Mueller, K. Gu ii X ,V 'w . ,Linz . . , Y I4 C ' 0 LL I , Mullane, C. Murphy, M. Myers, G. Nelson, L. Newton, L. Nistler, R. Noland, R. Mullins, J. Murphy, N. Naccarato, Nesser, M. Nicholson, Noakes, S. Nolting, T. Murphy, J. Muschany, C. Neukirch, D. K. Noblot, S. Nouri, P. C. Nejelski, M. Niemann, J. uv . - Y .C 7 who C7 11 Q,..,- .'s'x V r -L., 'rf Nowacki, T. Nuern- berger, J. yi: v Oldani, E. Owen, K. Parrott, C. Patrick, C. Payne, D. Pelant, S. Perry, C. Perry, P. Phillips, M. Oliver, T. Pace, L. Passiglia, B. Patterson, Payne, J. Perkins, T. Perry, D. Person, M. Picarelli, R, O'Nana, L. Pannell, J. D. Petrik, T, Pieper, S. Overton, E. Papin. W. Pfeil, K. Pilas, K. 161 .,. R- Pillman, K. Pipe, B. Pipkins, R. inf Ns: M Q i Piacke, P. Portell, B. Prehm, R. Pryor, R. Pupillo, T. Raby, J. Poeschel, N. Poston, L. Prenavo, S. Puckett, D. Puricelli, J. Racen, S. -' Pohle, B. Potsos, G. Preston, K. Puff, N. Pysz, D. Rackovan, Politsch, C. Powers, T. Prisbrey, J. Pulliam, J. Quinn, C. T. Radcliff, J Frosh Are Stubborn To Find Success if f wiv 4 -.- - w, fav " - ' 7 f . l , Ab. Q-dr ' R Sf vw' ' ., L1 . . l Radil, D. Ramsey, T. Rauh, J. Reed, R. Rehma, D. Renaud, L. Richardet, J. Riegert, A. Roach, E. Radtke, P. Ratcliffe, J. Rauss, W. Reed, R. Reichert, K. Rensch, D. Richey, M. Riehl, M. Roach, M. Ramberg, P. Rau, P. Reed, M. Reese, A. Reitz, D. Rich, C. Richey, S. Riney, G. Roach, S. 162 We ix' J 'Q' tai Roberson, J. Robertson, Rodgers, J. Romero, T. Rosenthal, Rowland, K. Rudolph, S. Ruprecht, Sager, S. Roberts, P. D. Rogoz, P. Roods, C. L. Rubin, R. Rugraff, K. W. Sago, J. Roberts, W. Robinson, B. Rola, M. Rose, C. Roth, C. Ruder, K. Rumping, L. Rutherford, Sahr, C. Rodermund, Rowe, M. M. G. Sabourin, N. Alone again, I'll go on with bent head but knowing the -F immortality of love, and on the long road both sun and moon will shine, lightening my way. -Br. Gregory Norbet Q-7 if J l i Ii, N A A 4 L 5. 1 r 3 ,, Lzkfll Salib, N. Sanfilippo, Schaefer, M. Schermaul, Schmidt, L. Schnitz, L. Schott, J. Schraut, C. Schreiner, L Sanders, T. G. Schepker, D. Schnautz, J. Schnoring, Schrampf, J. Schreier, S. Schreyer, A. , Scalize, V. M. Scherrer, J. J. l 163 1 l Gu Schulz, K. Scialfa, J. Scowcraft, S. Sehr, W. Shaffrey, S. Shaui, Y. Sheppard, Siebert, T. Simmons, R Schwer, K. Scott, M. Seago, R. Seibel, C. Shambro, L. Shelburne, V. Simmons, K. Simpson, M E. Shocker, M. i .J on 4 I Q.. ws Q f , ll ,. .. , ' 1 -x. I. ' -2 Simpson, R. Skaggs, R. Smith, C. Smith, K. Simpson, W. Skelton, S. Smith, J. Smith, L. Sinks, G. Smart, D. Smith, J. Smith, R. a:" , 43.1. 'V 1 Q , li sf ' A I 'A Smith, R. Snyder, J. Soaib, C. Sorrells, G. Spear, P. Spinzig, B. Squires, R. Stamm, M. Staufenbiel, Smith, S- Snyder, S. Sonder- Spargo, D. Spencer, P. Sporlock, T. Srock, C. Staude, S. M. mann, K. Steck, C. 164 .45 in ,us wel .47 Stecker P Stewart D Stleren M Struckhoff Suche L Steffe D Stewart J Stork M Sulhoff L Stegmann Stlenke Strode D Stublts V Sulhoff S meyer Stockmeyer I Summers J Swank L Taylor E. Sundhausen Szoke M Taylor F. Taber R Taylor J. Svoboda G Tanaka T Temme D Swallow S Taylor B Teng S. Swaney K it Termine, J. Terry, T. Thiemann, T. Thomas, J. Thomas, M. .un Ax' 1? C-7 E-J L... X.. Thomas R Thompson Thornsberry Thurman L. Tichy M. Tierney M. Todd C. Tomlinson, Treiber, E. Thompson . Tice H. Tierney J. Tobler L. Tomczak R. . Thompson. Thurman B. Torrillo J. L. if :hx ... r 1 I.-1 - 1 K' ' Es. It ' V R 'a 1 w l AL.- 'T' -A 1' T I -1 1 V .. I , 2 Q 4... jx f. 'Q 1 K , , . y - ' 1 - 1 1 - , - , . , . , . s. T. , 1 , "' L. --"' ' P-. .-.X- -.ux-l I X I , 3 all Y ' Y ' 9 Y Y ' Y S. , . , Y ' 1 Y Y ' Y ' 3 , . l Q .K X u Q - L. fr? var, ' 1. . T5 ' ' N -T 3 Q., -- y .-.5 XX X K ' 5 -V K, 3 E ' , l A 1' ' Y 1 7 ! 7 Y , J- M , , . , D D- , , R. 165 Trucano, J. F I ,.,,,.. .4 ri bij, l . Hn- l 1 lk .I l Turpin, L. Underwood, Vasterling, Tyler, N. A. C. Ubel, T. Underwood, Verde, R. Udina, S. K. Vetter, J. Vanheest, Vierling, J. W. Varelia, P. --Q. W 5'- '..- . ' .1 -. Q .,. ' 'BJ in Q. Vincent, L. Volmer, B. Wagener, J Vinson, R. Von Rump, Wagner, B. Vitoux, C. K. Wagner, R. Vlaich, B. Votino, N. Wahlig, D. Wagener, D. T Freshman Show Their Talent A J , , , l Q- r 'iv i. I A, i 1 ll 's ,. 1 ,fx Q. ,l f u . - .Q-,A filer. 4.- ,--. -nv Wahlig, K. Waldo, R. Waller, E. Wallweber, Walters, R. Wambach, Warner, M. Watson, K. Weber, N. I Walburn, S. Walker, C. Waller, R. G. Walther, A. L. Wassler, D. Webb, C. Weiler, G. 1 Waldman, Wallace, S. Walling, L. Waltemath, Walther, K. Wandersee, Watson, J. Weber, K. Weis, J. B. M. J. Walter, H. Wania, J. 166 1 Q H O . x 'K 5-11 Weiss, J. Wellons, M. Werner, H. West, B. Wellons, C. Werkmeis- Wertheimer, West, S. ter, M. J. The flrst step, which one makes in the world, is the one on which depends the rest of our days. Voltaire Zellers K Zlkes B Zimmerman Zimmerman Zimmer mann M Zlnselmeler Zmselmeler Zupan J V! s" QT' 'Al C-.J ..' A Wester- mann, P. White, K. Whitmore, J. Wieting, S. Wild, M. Wilhite, M. an 1 1.2 Q -- GI K5 Williams, M. Wiseman, G. Williams, S. Wissler, J. Williams, S. Witbrodt, K. Williamson, Witzig, M. K. Wobbe, P. Wilshusen, Wolff, K. R. Wippler, C. Thought We Forgot You? H1 if Wood, J. Wood, L. Wucher, T. Wulfmeier, M. Wurst, D. Wymore, D. Zwelfel B Hasenbeck, B 167 sb 27 Yerkes, R. Yount, L. Yuede, R. Zahari, J. Zander, C. Zang, L. Metschke R. PRESIDENT: Clinton Cole VICE-PRESIDENT: Mary SECRETARY: Jean Kirk TREASURER: Michelle Meyer Walther VZ? in-I' 1-' I ..l 'O' V57 Nad . 11.7 N -.t F ' 4, 1'.,.',k'-ur uri' L , if ICT? K l . 'l Q- --V X... 6.-f Alben, R. Agne, R. Abernathy, Alberici, K. T. Albers, S. Adams, C. Allen, D. Addison, B. Allen, N. Adkins, C. Alliston, T. Alotta, T. Alspach, S Alvarez, S. Amann, S. Andree, J. Anthers, J. Anton, K. Appel, C. Arendt, D. . QV, -' I l l fy , . 1 . L, Arink, M. Badock, D. Ballew, R. Bannister, Bartin, T. Armantrout, Baer, C. Balliett, H. B. Bartolotta, L. Bailey, D. Balossi, M Barber, D. L. Asberry, R. Ball, P. Balota, S. Barnhill, B. Basye, C. Avey, L. Ballance, J. Balzer, M. Barrett, M. Bates, B. Bach, B. Bartholo- Batsch, J. mew, K. 168 i L.. ill 4.1 .. , rf liz l Baudendls Bauer S Baumgarth Bayless M. Beatty, E. Becker, S. Beers, L. Bell, F. Bender, C tel R Baumann Baxter J Becker, J. Beers, D. Beishir, S. Beller, C. Bene, D. Bauer M Baur V f 'Q ' ri W .Qi g w I I ,Q Bennett K. Benson R. Bertel T. Bielicki L. Bennett K. Benz C. Bess E. Bigum B. Benson K. Berri B. Beulick T. Billingsley but in-0 Bippen, M. Bird, P. Blades, J. Blanckaert, Blase, M. Birchfield, Blackford, Blakey, K. D. Blaylock, B. B. T Blankenship, D. 169 4 I I QL. .LA Bledsoe, R. Bley, S. f f1 , f ZZ- ,Ar -.'. ' f . ' . ,nu for .177 "' h.X f Q Blumfleder, Boever, J. Boje, C. N. Bogacki, C. Bokel, R Boemer, J. Q.. . ' Q- ", A W r .--. A. , , Q 9- -. , .. 'Ihr- -' 'l- :,",. xr ., 1--,Ai ,AM ,V !',:qg:agGb!t.y-'K '1wl,'Fr,nw's,? mf rf A ,iff :.g.Nw ' xpfif f -49 r 4. ,fctf Haw. -5 ,Lf lfekvrlxxd xxx s . be f: ' " 'ff . A Bayers, R. Boofer, R. Boswell, D. Bradley, J. Bolesta, L. Borlesch, L. Boyer, A. Bradenburg, R Bommarito, R. Bornholdt, J. Bradford, A. Braun, D. I . -.ju 1. 3. I l Q . . iv s... Q-J " c T -,il Y v 3 Q ws L. Y- Brawley, K. Breitweiser, S. Brenner, R. Brown, B. Brummel, M. Bub, T. Buettner, B. Burkemper, K. Busalacchi, F. Breckenridge, C. Bremehr, E. Brimmer, C. Brown, K. Bruning, K. Bubenik, R. Buggy, D. Burmeister, B. Busalacchi, R. Breed, G. Brennan, K. Brock, S. Brown, T. Brunts, K. Buchheit, K. Bull, C. Burr, A. Butts, L. Breihan, S. Brennecke, K. Brooks, J. Brueggemann, R. Brym, P. Buerke, S. Burcham, M. Burtnett, T. Calandro, C. wg,- -. 4 fu I pus 1 av Y 4' 414 QL- r 4 Caley, R. Carmona, S. Carson, L. Chandler, D. Chott, L. Clark, B. Claus, P. Click, T. Cole, J. Campbell, C. Chambers, J. Carter, M. Cherry, C. Churovich, D. Clark, S. Clayman, S. Clobes, J. Collins, A. Carey, P. Carr, M. Casey, S. Chkautovich, M. Cicotte, M. Clatto, S. Clements, K. Cole, C. Collins, D. We Feel Great We Feel Fine W9,IG The Class 'Ki Collins, R. Conger, T. Cook, B. Correll, C. Crancer, M. Compton, J. Connor, T. Corbin, P. Count, C. Crowder, C. wk.- , . w v e fx l X-.' Cuddy, B. Dahl, C. Daly, B. Daniels, V. Cunningham, L. Dalton, K. Daniels, J. Darr, L. l SOPHOMORE SPONSORS: ROW 1: Mr. Corse. Mr. Jump. Ms. Sell. Ms Albers, Mr. Blue, Mr. Crader. 171 ALL 4-lv daSilva, J. Davis, L. Deatherage, R. Delia, T. Deno, D. Deutschmann, J. DeWille, P. Digiovanni, S. Davison, L. Davis, L. Decker, N. Dempsey, D. Denton, R. DeWeese, M. Dickens, B. DiLorenzo, M. Davis, J. Day, D. Decker, S. Dempsey, L. Desham, T. Devine, M. Diekmann, T. DiPasqua, L. W i ' 1 F 2 .C f J . x 3 H D . , , .vig-'g,,,, y ' ' 'Q Q X iv.: pp is 1, x R gg k I 'v 'J' , Q 1 J M if Y li fi 'A Q . :" ufawkl ,Q . it -'flint x 'M-S' L 5 Y ii J i Q' i x 1 .lj f Q' 2' 5 5 ' x l'f1l'iA?'.',3i1' I ' .5 '-'il "gif9 Y' s gs . rs. .gf 3 vu 'E ihtsv' f. 'e r, 0, 9 is mi.. "gif . U, QNX. " 3 -..ag X 1' ,,.,,. DiStefano, P. Dmuchovsky, A. Dodel, J. Doman, P. Dorn, C. " 4 DiStefano, P. Dmytrack, M. Doerr, D. Doran, M. Dorries, M. AY' . Q5-'f i .... .AM . Dorsey, D. Drew, M. Droppelmann, N. Dugan, P. Duncan, J. Dvorak, J. Ebel, K. EdStl'0lIl, M- Eiclfel, L- Dreas, S. Dripps, D. Duchek, D. Dulle, M. Dunn, J. Eastwood, M. Ebner, J. Eggers, T. ElklI'1S, S- 172 X D R c.. ' B F if :J - X-'X f X 'A 'N' Q. Elrod T Endebrock L Ericson B Erps C Escott A Evans D Exler K Farmella F Faveere D Ely C Engllsh D Ernst T Eschbach C Essmeyer M Everdmg M Fannmg M Farwell M Fehr L VN: ?'f Y. hs- fn.. Felders K Flckenwlrth V Flscher L Fletcher A Foerstel D Foppe S Forbes G Formhals S Fox S Fenton M Flscher B Flanagm M Floyd J Foerstel R Fogelbach D Fore J Forshee R Franks L Q,-4 Q-4 v L E- X' fl' Frederlck L Fuchs C Fuller J Garner S Gaume K Gehlert K Frxet V Fuchs C Gaffney P Garvey J Gaus B Gerber M Fronko D Fuchs D Garllk J Gass T Geary T Gaffney C 'Q' - e ' i 1 A A was vp' " Gerdemann, L. Gilliam, S. Glass, K. Goddard, G. Gosik, K. Gerner, D. Gilmore, J. Glaus, L. Goforth, J. Goss, P. Gibson, K. Gladstone, A. Glossop, T. Gonzalez, A. Grace, K. , sg- .s. ., . A . -2,4 .lm 4 I1 .Q H 1 4- ,,l.Q . . -15 Q . .1 ., ..- "5" Q- v -"-, ' f L 1 X I .-' C: I . -. 'ln-1' .. Y K3 X ,ra 5 . 8 I X 6. ,. , i , l A 4. 9 U ' ... ' , f 4, - I :ill fx V' ' -v A '. A i H ox ' w . , Q 4 -A ,. f -g X N1 . I 2 0 1 ' Y A A , A , A it . Grana, M. Green, M. Hackmann, J. Hakenewert, W. Hampel, R. Hannan, K. Harmon, M. Harrelson, J. Hartzell, D. Granda, P. Grigone, T. l-Iaeger, E. Hall, B. Hampton, S. Hanneke, J. Harris, B. Harshberger, D. Hatton, B. Grant, S. Groeller, E. Hageman, C. Halloran, K. Hancock, J. Hansen, K. Harrison, H. Hart, K. Haviland, J Grebel, T. Guess, D. Hailey, A. Hamich, S. Hanewinel, T. Hardebeck, K. Harrison, P. Hartmann, M. Hawkins, D 174 L- L4 ...a ,. E . xx 4. K Q' L. Hawkms L Held S Hayden T Henderson L Herdbreder S Herbert D HelllCh H Herod W Heyde P. Hrckey S. Herpel G. Hessler C. Heflln J Hengel S Heumann, J. Hickman, R. Higgins, T. Hildreth, B. Hilkenkarnp, J. Hilker, G. 4'-J Hoffman P. Hogan D. Holloman, E. Holtmann, C. Hoffmeister, C. Hohman, K. Holm, S. Honeywell, J . L if of ,114 rs Hillemeyer, T. Hoelzer, A. Hillyard, D. Hoeman, T. Hilse, H. Hoelvelmann, S Hirsch, S. Hoffman, K. Hoelker, D. Hoffman, M. Hoog, B. Hoppe, J. Hooper, G. Horine, B. 175 7 X l ,fl ophomores hoot For The k Horvath, B. Hovious, P. Howe, J. Howell, S. Hoyt, R. Hughes, C. Hughes, D. -1 N. . Q..- if bun' f' l. i' .M ,..... an 'C' K., lc. . X M,., Hughes, K. Hurst, M. Hughes, L. Hurt, D. Hulett, B. Hylla, L. Hulser, J. Ingoldsby, J. Hume, J. Isbell, R. Hummel, R. Jackson, D. Hunter, I. Jackson, G. ,M Q-. 'Q J, "Sf J J c.. I.. ,ar v . , ,,,-f' Wx, 1. '19-'. Gu Jackson, J. Jacobs, E. Janko, K. Jerashen, C. Johnson, D. Jackson, L. Jacquin, D. Jatala, A. Jiles, R. Johnson, J. Jackson, R. James, C. Jensen, J. Johansen, C. Johnson, M. Johnson, M. Jokerst, C. Jones, D. Jones, D. 176 Jones, Jones, Jones, Jones, gf! - I S. '55 Jordan, P. Kaiser, J. Kargacin, M. Jungewaelter, R Kaiser, T. Kauffmann, J Kahle, S. Kalbac, D. Kaufman, F. Kaiser, J. Kardell, J. Kaufmann, S. L 1 l Q-X QTY X 1 x Kaufmann, W. Keller, B. Kemper, M. Kennedy, J. Kern, M. Keisker, J. Keller, J. Kennamann, C. Kent, D. Ketcherside, P. Kellems, S. Keller, R. Kennedy, C. Kent, L. Kettelkamp, S. 4 ii 'll' 1,-I" x 4 .32 f I I Li.. uni Koch, K. Konsewicz, M. Krebeck, K Kochner, C. Kordsmeier, J. Kreutz, K. Koenig, B. Kossoff, P. Kroc, T. fs.. Koester, S. Kotsis, J. Krueger, K. Kohm, J. Kramer, C. Krueger, K. Koloctronig, S, Kramer, T. Krumm, J. Konersman, M, Kl'al1S, C. Krumm, Wh Ketterer, K. Kimmich, M. Kintz, L. Kleinhoffer, S. Knittel, T. Kidd, J. Kinard, R. Kirk, B. Klipsch, L. Knoll, G. Kiehn, C. King, J. Kirk, J. Klotz, G. Koch, C. Kilpatrick, K. Kinkead, M. Kissel, S. Kneisler, D. Koch, D. 177 7. J 9 I 1 Kruse, S. Kuester, S. Kulage, P. Laird, T. Sweet Slxteen' Kueiker, K. Kuhlmann, K. Kulich, K. LaMartina, S. Kuenker, M. Kuhn, E. Labus, P. Lang, E. ophomores: Two Down, Two To Go. in . 4. 4-.. 4. Q- .- I J , 'M X ' X I' . 6' . fi. , qs'-' 5' '97 0 X xv' .8 5 bf W' Y- w., sp' --' 1:41 ' I X 5 60 S, Z. wx y 'ffl Y 4- , ,'-,i ' V' . I . '.'- ' ' '. s. V-'H , 1 ' 1 ' , 5 ' Lang, M. Laudenslager, S.Lay, M. Leimkuehler, K. Lenz, M. Lichtenberg, R. Lindemann, C. Lipina, J. Loeffelmann, C Lapree, D. Laufer, C. Leathers, C. Leimkuehler, M. Leonard, C. Leibman, J. Linhoff, P. Lipsinsky, S. Loehr, K. Larosa, M. Launch, L. Leimbach, D. Lema, J. Lessor, L. Liescheidt, D. Link, C. Lipskoch, W. Lohman, N. Lasinski, C. Lawrence, J. Leimkuehler, F. Lenz, M. Libera, T. Light, J. Link, C. Litzsinger, B. Long, T. 178 .. S ,.v ...- f n 1 - x . L ,, , r ' S xi -4 ' 2 . . f' A ' J N J ' X in .' Lorance, S. Lucas, J. Luer, J. Mabie, S. Maletich, A. Maloney, K. Margelis, L. Martin, G. Martorana, A Lovera, K. Ludwig, K. Luesse, J. Mach, D. Malone, D. Mantia, R. Marlow, S. Martin, G- Marty, D. Lucas, L. Lueg, C. Lynch, C. Maciocia, J. Malone, M. Mardis, J. Marquardt, L. Martin, K- Marziotti. C- . X 2. E' In Masker, D. Mattingly, M. McBride, K. McGaughy, B. Mclntire, C. Massud, R. Maurer, S. McCloskey, J. McGinnis, M. McKay, D. Mastis, T. Mayer, C. McCready, C. McGinnis, N. McKinney, L. , 5 - Matthes, J. McAllister, R. McGrann, J. McGinnis, P. McLeod, L. 7 f . , Q 179 fm. J X 'H -m A., is L gt L' .x,i Model, J. Moeslein, S. Molly, E. Moore, T. Morris, G. Moore, J. Mohesky, C. Monrotus, S. Moran, J. Morris, J. Moellenhoff, J. Molitor, B. Moody, T. Moran, M. Morrison, D. Moeller, K. Molloy, K. Moore, K. Morgan, A. Moser, J. 180 ,X f I si. '-Q . sf A McNamar, G. Meine, S. Meissbach, R Melchior, C. Menning, K. Mercurio, J. Messinger, L. Mest, D. Meyer, C. Meyer, J. Meyer, J. Meyer, M. Meyer, R. Meyer, S. Michel, G. Mielke, B. Milanovits, C. Miller, G. Miller, G. Miller, J. Miller, M. Miller, M. Miller, M. Miller, P. Miller, S. Minnick, D. Mittino, L. J li pf W L 3. 32. gf Elf mf-v Not I nor anyone else can travel that road for you, You must travel it for yourself. -Whitman Moser, P. Muckler, D. Mueller, K. Mueller, L. Moss, D. Muehlenbrock, B. Motta, D. Mueller, C. Muckerman, T. Mueller, J. L W .' T' 'X 'll'A A - ul K . 4 1 . N "sw :Wx asf LX Mueller, M. Muellner, R. Murphy, K. Nahser, G. Nejelski, W, Newport, L. Mueller, R. Muether, D. A Musgrove, S. Nappier, J. Neu, D. Nhim, B. Mueller, R. Mullen, R. Naccarato, Narzindki, J. Newberry, Nhim, P. Mueller, S. Mulvoy, C. K. Nash, K. M. Niederstadt, Nagy, K. Newberry, M. Niemeyer, R. Nix, M. Noerper, J. Nottelmann, J. Novak, D. Noyes, M. Ochs, R. O'Connell, M. S- Q-0' Q. Okolischan, Olson, D, H. O'Mara, K. Oldani, K. O'Neal, F. O'Neal, L. O'Gorman, B. Ohnimus, C. Oitker, D. O'Keefe, M. O'Neal, L. Oppland, D. ,.... r . X 2 .ll X . Sa... 0l'tiH8V, M- 0Sb0l'H9, K- Ott, A. Otto, M. Owens, S. Oxandale, G. Paeper, W. Panchot, J. Parisotto, N. l 181 Parres, J. Passiglia, P. Patton, E. Parsons, T. Patterson, J. Paulsell, K. Passanisi, R. Patton, C. Pearson, A. ,,..s 14. - . . . D. s on .,.- ,sf ' Pearson, D. Pemberton, Pepper, W. Perkins, C. :N is-r Perkins, J. Perrique, L. Perkowski, Perry, G. G. Phlipot, S. Perkowski, J. Sophomores 'cBumped nd Boogiedv I 4 ,DS A L C 6' , 3 Q I Pieper, D. Pisoni, D. Poehner, J. Portell, R. Pruitt, K. Quinlin, T. Rathest, A. Piesbergen, Pisoni, T. Polizzi, D. Potter, D. Pupillo, J. Ragan, J. Rathgeber, K. Pitcher, J. Polk, B. Prichard, K. Pyne, M. Ransom, A. M. Pipkin, K. Ploesser, W. Pope, J. Proctor, L. Querreaux, Rapp, L. Rauscher, Pisoni, D. J, W, Reeb, S. 182 Reed, J. Reed, J. Reed, T. Rees, K. Reese, P. Regan, K. Rehagen, C. Reichert, L. 'xr Q9 Q-' .V s- ' N D 1-,,?h?"' ,, 4' A : j li . Z' G.. .,I", -f - ,,, o Q ., l1 Remmers, S. Rericha, B. Rhodes, K. Richards, C. Ried, M. Riney, T. Rivers, S. Robben, D. Renaud, L. Rhoads, J. Rice, G. Richardson, Riley, T. Tiney, T. Roach, J. Robben, D. T. i if . r v.. v L- e C' S Rogers, M. Rohmann, J. Rola, C. Rosenberg Rohlfins, D. Rohs, L. Rombach, C. R. Rosin, M. .-ki jx-- QQ 1 . . - 21: - 15 .1 Y . .. N6 . H ..., . ' Lx ,f 1 4 --,B 1 ' I U KA: -f. ,. 1 -L? ng, .. V, - I -4 V ,. x ,. 1 V 1 r N X, Y . '. Q Roush, L. Rumping, K. Ruzicka, T. Sammelman, Rl1II1f01'd, G- Runyon, C. Saller, W. S. Sanders, M. Sanders, R. Sang, D. Sarkisian, L. Sawers, M. Scanlon, K. Scego, J. Schade, D. Schaefer, D. Schanzle, J, 183 4- 0 . - . 1 - 1 ' I . fx I 4. mf? 'cn-. S u Scharafinski, Schaub, S. Schif, A. Schimmelp- Schlecht, S. R. Schejbal, C. Schilli, J. fennig, D. Schloss, J. Scharbert, Schiwinger, C. S. ., ophomores Second 56- c'7 9 sn.: A...-n Nqr 'ZZ' 'fr 1, ' A X I .ag 4 .f-ev , X by 4 " , i ,qc ' C"-sf . I. " x F -3 K L. Schludel, L. Schmittgens, Schott, D. Schlueter, J. R. Schott, S. Schmader, J. Schmitz, D. Schubert, C. Schmale, M. Schmitz, M. Schuler, G. Schmidt, J. Schnur- Schulz, K. busch, D. Schopp, S. Schumacher, M. Schumacher S. Schumacher, S. Schwaab, L. Schweiss, J. Scott, C. Sebelski, C. Scott, K. Seger, S. Seals, S. Seiffert, P. Sebaugh, A. Seipp, D. Sebek, D. Serati, B. 184 Sherk, B. Sherrell, R. Shiffler, M. Shocker, M. Siebert, D. Siebert, R. Siems, K. Simeone, J. Simo, B. Simon, D. . ..4OX. Simpson, K Simpson, L. Simpson, T. Sinamon, K Sisson, A. a.. E' L' Cf? x up . I 1 l.",,Al C Q., Skiles, D. Smeehuyzen, Slais, S. D. Slape, M. Smith. A. Slyman, D. Smith, K. Smith, L. 1 K . r J s Smith, N. Sondergaard, Spielman, Spitz, K. Stanhope, S. Stefan, S. Stemke B Smith, S. R. M. Splisgardt, swam, J. Steffen, C. Stemkoettef Smith, S. Soukup, L. Spindler, P. C. Staufenbiel, Steger, R. Smith, T. Spalinger, Spinner, R. Squires, J. R. Steininger, Stels D M. Spinzig, B. Stageman, Steck, M. J. Stemmler Spence, G. R. nly To Juniors in Stevenson, Stock, E. S. Stock, T. Stirlen, M. Stromberg, Stobie, J. M. Q-.4 Q' r"J"'K Stroupe, C. Stuckmeyer, D. Sturgeon, J. 'Ov- ' I ll 5 . - , r L bl C , 'X ,V we K Y if Suellentrop, Sullivan, M. Summa, R. 4 J. Sullivan, M. Summers, R. A-A t Sulhoff, K. Sullivan, P. Summers, Sullivan, J. W. 185 .-X J if if sa Sutton, D. Swayzee, V. Syrett, S. Taylor, C. Taylor, M. Sutton, S. Syberg, K. Taylor, B. Taylor, K. Thielker, D. ,-Y 'V Thoele, J. Thomas, G. Thompson, Thurman, Thoele, S, Thomas, M. K. N. Thornhill, J. Thurmond ophomores Seek And Find Ml V 1 if A Thuston, M. Tiongson, C- Toler, J. Touchettey Tucker, G. Times, A. Tippett, N. Tomczak, C. TJ' Tufts, K. Tinkham, J. Tobias, J. Tosie, G. rfmpeterf Turpin, T. Trunko, D. ix V l lr' 11 ' 2 Qs' ,N , - H sr O If-W f' Tyrer, P. Uhrig, T. Unger, S. VanMeter, Varsam, N. Uebel, D. Underwood, Urberger, P. C. Vehlewald, L. Varga, T. K. 186 hiv wg,-v Verse, L. Vipond, P. Vlaich, P. Vogel, T. Vinyard, G. Vitoux, B. Vogel, J. Vogt, D. vt' LJ y 4 HI' .a . X . . X . sf. AMA N Vokracka, J. Vollet, T. Vollmer, L. VOHGY, C- V0l'b6Ck, D- Wacker, L. Wagner, J. Walden, D. Walling, K. Volkerding, M. Vollmar, D. Vonderbruegge, D. V0OI'l'l66S, T- Votingo, J. Wagner, D. Wagner, S. Walker, J. Walls, D. Q...-I - a anal i X i Walls, J. Walpole, B. Walsh, S. Walther, D. Walther, M. za 5 "5 V s , ,,., Q., Q W .'4 "" is H, -C It Emi: J like this . J KI! ' I 1 i ag ,- 1 - Q 5 Walter, J. Warner, L. Wehking, A. Weiss, L. Wentzel, D. Wepfer, C. Werner, D. Walter, L. Watkins, B. Weidlich, V. Weiss, R. Wenzelburger, C. Werkema, P. Wertheimer, G Walters, A. Weber, A. Weindel, D. Wells, S. Wang, T. Weber, G. Weingardt, L. Wendel, C. Ward, S. Weber, W. Weiss, C. Wendt, M. 187 l 163 5 Westall, G. White, M. Wiers, K. Wilder, K. Will, B. Williams, C. Weyrauch, P. White, M. Wieseman, M. Wiley, J. Willeford, P. Williams, J. Whetsall, K. Widman, K. Wild, R. Wilfley, J. Willenbrink, R. Williams, K. Wohlschlaeger, L. Wolff, M. Wolf, J. Womack, K. Womack, S. Womack, T. ,W is ...sid 'Vw KX ? w Williamson, J. Windal, B. Wirick, D. Williamson, L. Wingbermuehle, R. Wirz, D. Willis, B. Winslow, J. Wiseman, K L N Wood, C. Wood, K. Wood, L. 4 qi bi . Y 1 .. wp, ' q - f . 5 Ll K' W 3' .,.,.,.,,,..-q--r-9'- 1 H H ..-...N E S 1 L 'Egg W X fa 449 QB, i ., 8 Cv -.f -- 51 5, wr. . , "Y f - Wood, S- Woods, L. Wroble, M. Yallaly, S. Young, M. Zatorski, B. Zellers, K. Zesch, K. Zinselmeier, Woodland, Wood- Wymore, M. Yates, M. Yount, K. Zeibig, S. Zengel, J. Zimmerman, M. D' , Smith, L. Yahl, N. Yates, S. Zanders, S. Zeis, C. Zerr, L. D. Zopff, E. Wgodlmgi Wright, D. zmk, S. zurnuh, P. ag, 3 .J I +1 J" 6 'v i' Vi, V Q3 We Won! Sophomore president tells freshmen how it is. From faded hopes and hopes agleam, It calls you, calls you night and day Beyond the dark into the dream Over the hills and far away. -Henley 189 -in 'usa 'YC rv' tv . ff Abbett, B. Abendschein, T. Absolon, R. Ahrens, T. Albers, C. Alu, L. Andrews, S. Antinora, S. Arthur, T. Abeln, J. Abram, K. Adkisson, B. Akers, M. Almstedt, C. Anderson, T. Angle, A. Anton, N. Augustine, R Junior Class fficers "' '- . 5. I Q. w .337 -A-2 .L I PRESIDENT: VICE-PRESIDENT: SECRETARY: TREASURER: Sue O'Keefe Gail Burleman Laura Bodendieck Jan Ullrich iy Nr-V '24 Bachesta, S. Bachmann, D. Balch, E. Ballance, D. Baluta, C. Barnes, C. Barthel, M. Bates, S. Battern, D. Bachman, D. Bade, D. Ball, P. Ballenger, J. Bamberger, M. Barrett, E. Barton, S. Bath, P. Baudrexl, J. 190 5 ..- Q. qr - f N , kr YW 7,4 C7 L.. t" tf a .4 X4 1 n 4. Bauer, D. Baur, L. Beck, L. Beckman, J. Behnen, G. Bender, T. Bermel, C. Billings, M. Blaylock, E, Bauer, S. Beard, D. Becker, H. Beere, L. Bell, M. Bentz, M. Bermel, C. Biondo, T. Bledsoe, M. Bauer, W. Bearden, C. Becker, S. Beetz, D. Bellchamber, K. Benz, M. Bess, M. Birch, J. Blumenkamp, K Baumann, F. Beavers, L. Beckett, G. Beezley, W. Bender, C. Benz, S. Bigum, K. Biscan, M. Blunt, J. Cu 4-Sv, """ t'1 f u A " A A 'X i.4 X I .ll bx- ff' Failure is, in a sense, the highway to success inasmuch as every dis- covery of what is false leads us to seek earnestly after what is true, and every fresh experience points out some form of error which we shall afterward carefully avoid. -Keats xx . ,4-r", ' 5 .KL I 'F Bodendieck, L. Boehm, C. Boll, J. Borcherding, W. Bouck, D. Boyer, J. Bradsher, D. Braumman, D. Branson, C. Boeger, J. Boettcher, C. Bolz, K. Bornhauser, P. Bouckaert, M. Bradenberg. S. Boehlow, R. Bolender, K. Bopp, C. Boscacci, L. Boyd, D. Bradley, K. 191 T Lo Ma! L k what I caught! Brda, T. Bressrner, N. Briggs, M. Brown, C. Browne, D. Breitweiser, N. Brewer, C. Brooks, D. Brown, K. Broz, V. Brems, T. Brewer, M. Brooks, S. Brown, K. Bruce, J. ff gint , mf-I her' 4, .-.. X. .. .3 . .v. , .K Q K , .L - QM 1,2 X X45 . af", Q ' 5 ' ' B' 'PK '. z ' T 'P' Q"P X ' 9' .fs " 9' Bak' L L- . . A .- ... 6 I X 1 T 1 X 1 , , 0 4 Q 'B-1 K"v T X ' X u U ,M 4' '5 ' . Med Bruen, D. Buecker, C. Bundstein, W. Burmel, C. Busch, S. Camden, R. Caretti, T. Casamento, C. Castelli, K. Brunk, M. Buelt, G. Buneta, R. Burow, S. Buschmann, F. Carnos, C. Carmona, C. Case, R. Catalano, M. Brunts, K. Buettner, J. Bunz, E. Burtnett, S. Bush, D. Caola, M. Carroll, L. Casey, K. Catanzaro, S Buchschacher, M. Buffaloe, T. Burleman, G. Busalacchi, T. Caito, D. Card, S. Carthy, K. Caskey, T. Cathcart, R. 192 A 'rf -L. W M. , , ' ,- -Lv C1 x ..- 'x 4 Q. f -. A133 I l'X Ag 40' 'L' 1 11, r .X . - ' :ax :vw .4 fy ' 4 7'-I riff.. ,Ay . fu. -. ',' . at .Tw y . ' -4 '15 f V 7 'xr . plu- Cavic, P. Ciarniello, J. Clark, J. Claywell, K. Compton, K. Constantinides, S. Cox, D. Cropper, C. Crumbaugh D Chamblin, J- Cibulka, T. Clarke, A. Cobb, M. Conini, D. Contrael, C. Cox, J. Cross, B. Crupe, T Chapman, S- Cissell, S. Clasen, J. Cockrell, D. Conner, D. Cook, B. Craig, R. Cross, S. Currier B Chrisitian, B. Ciuffa, D. Clauss, F. Cole, D. Conners, T. Cooper, E. Creek, L. Crossett, S. Caffron P Chllllfl, K- Clarida, A. Clawitter, J. Coleman, T. Constantin, L. Cope, D. Crews, J. Crowe, K. Dale, K 7 e E JUNIORS SPONSORESQ ROW 1: Mr. Cook, Mr. Belik ROW 2: Ms. Fmlev Ms Graziani, Ms. Bergen, Ms. Caldbeck, Ms. Moore, Ms. Clogston. Greatest if Dam, E. Dark, C. Davidaon, L. Davis, K, Daniels, D. daSilva, F. Davis, D. Dawe, Le. 193 K us.- I . if , ,S wg. q.,.v Q is r . Q 1 WZ.. V . N a , Ny ' - " L ' . Day, R. Degener, S. Diestelkamp, D. Doskocil, C. Drummond, D. Dugan, R. Dvorak, P. Economan, C. DeBasio, K. Denis, C. DiPasqua, K. Dostal, J. Drury, A. Dummeyer, D. Dwyer, M. Edrich, M- DeBasio, L. Deters, R. Dobbins, J. Dovers, S. Duban, S. Dunlevy, C. Easter, W. Edstrom, P. D0Ckel', C- Del-ltmell, C- Dobbs, L. Drazic, L. Duchek, K. Dunn, M. Eastwood, S. Eggers, J. Decker, T. Diekmann, W. Dgnhauser, C. Drewett, D. Duebelbeis, C. Dussold, J. Ebert, E. Eggerding, K. Decker, V. Diemert, R. Donnelly, J, D1-oste, A, Duffin, D. Dutton, S. Eckert, M. Eichenlaub, A. 'I94 17 "4 Eidel, K. Eisenreich, L. Ellinghouse, J Emge, C. Egel, K. Engelhardt, D Q. 'nf ei 17 l 1 1 Inv . xpx 'r l 4 ff rf., I f 1 15: F Engelskind, J. Erzinger, R. Everding, J. Exler, J. Faerber, B. Faulkner, D. Feik, J. Feltmann, G. Felumb, M. Ernst, D. Eshling, J. Ewing, S. Exler, S. Farinella, R. Feeler, V. Feld, A. Felts, T. Ferguson, M. 1' N-ax Q--'Y vi . , - A L kg? Ferris, J. Fickenwirth, C. Finley, R. Fischer, J. Fleer, S. Ferry, B. Fin, P. Finley, T. Flader, J. Fleming, M. Fichera, M. Finley, B. Finnegan, J. Flanakin, D. Flick, M. L. f- T 5 an Flier, G. Fonke, P. Franke, L. Floyd, H. Foote, G. Frederick, J. Floyd, R. Forrest, C. Fredrick, M. Frey, D. Frey, S. Frigerio, D. M94 i Frisella, M. Friz, D. Fyffe, S. Gaia, R. Fritz, J. Fuchs, J. Gaal, M. Gaither, M. 195 'J' 'vu F Ng..-.1 1 f gf Gan, M. Gary, K. Gasser, J. Gearhart, D. Geoffrion, R. Ghnouly, N. Glad, C. Glennon, T. Goad, G. Garner, G. Gaskell, V. Gaston, R. Gebert, J. Georger, A. Gibbs, K. Gleason, B. Glore, T. Goebel, C. Gender, B. Geren, M. Giorgi, N. Gleich, B. Glossop, P. Goellner, L. Juniors Took Their Cue EE- Z uv--0 2 . L- K I I + hs! ...nf . J - 5 l Goetz, C. Gray, K. Greer, J. Groom, G. Haas, C. Ham, A. Hanson, T. Hart, G. Heet, M. Goodman, R. Gray, R. Grempler, R. Grossenheider, M. Haegele, M. Hamlin, B- Harlan, J- H8S6Ilb6Ck, S. Heffernan, D. Graham, J. Grayson, D. Griffen, S. Gulle, D. Gaffner, J. HaflC0Ck, J- HH1'l'iI1gt0H, D- Hediger, K- Heffernan, M Graham, M. Greene, S. Grigone, J. Gutler, I. Hafner, K. Hanff, K. Harrison, D. Hedrick, S. Heflin, B. 196 qv' 44' T .., -y I 5 ' le' A iv , v ,N Q-1 15 5. 77? rv fh , ' il' L L44 r , , Y fi Ziff . iff-- 4? Q. Wf' . S.. fs Heimos, M. Held, B. Henderson, S. Hessler, S. Hobart, J. Hohmeier, B. Holtz, S. Hoppe, R. Heimsch, P. Helms, L. Hendricks, K. Higgins, J. Hoff, C. Holaway, S. Homfeld, V. Horkits, B. Heineck, J. Hempelmann, S. Herod, J. Hill, R. Hogan, S. Holcarnb, L. Hoog, T. Horn, L. Heizer, T. Hencke, L. Hertel, C. Hinkamp, S. Hogland, N. Holman, E. Hoog, T. Hornemann, J. From Seniors 'L 3 A 9 I' H ' . r W 1 Q.. If 5-.v N NA cf' , . 4. -nl - . lx f ' I, V. V' l I Howald, C. Huber, S. Hughes, M. Inman, N. Jabov, J. Howe, J. Huelskamp, G. Hyde, M. Jaby, D. Jacobs, T. Hrbaceki, P. Hughes, K. Inabnit, C. Jackson, C. Jag, C. 197 Q .1 Hornung, S. Horvath, M. Hostler, S. Houston, P. .ff, ,.. X James, B. January, R. Jenkins, J. Jerome, J. Jolmson, M. Janko, K. Jatala, A. Jennings, M. Jinkerson, Johnson, B. Jansson, B. Jeck, N. Jerashen, T. A. Jones, J. Johns, J. Juniors Jumped To Greater Heights Y Jones, J. Judd, J. Kalbac, L. Kastan, T. Jordan, J. Junge, P. Kaminski, C. Kath, J. Joslin, J. Kaiser, J. Kardell, S. Kehlenbrink, Jost, R. Kaiser, M. Kassing, L. A. Keilholz, D. Two Juniors get a little bit rowdy R O W - D Y! Keisker, M Keith, P. Keith, T. Keller, B. Kellermann E. . Kelley, H. J hi- 'Qu 198 Koester, K. Kohne, J. Kolocotronis, D. Krewmghaus L Krueger K Kruse L Kump L KWl3tkOWSkl C Lamb R Lamping, J. Kossmeyer, R. Kraatz, C Kovach, G. Kratz, K. Kozeny, S. Kraus, D. Lanius, D. Laub, J. Krueger B Krueger R Krutewlcz M Kunz S Lagrandl B Lamore B Lange, J. Lasinski, R. Lauenstein I Laufer, T Laury, C. Laury, D. Lavin, S. Lay, M. Lederle, L Lee L Leirer, M. Lelsher P Lenhardt R Lesseg D Leeman L Leisher, D. Lemme L Lenhart E Lessor C n-4' -A,mn -..., Lundstrom, B. Luthenauer K. Luthenauer S. T 11. T NL- Mathls S Mayer R McArthy D McFarland Mclntire R McLaughlin Melles P Mennmg K Merlo A. Mattson K Mays G McAuley M McK1llop Melsheimer Menz C Merritt M. Maurath J McArthy B McBride T McGinnis McSpadden Merkel S Merritt S. McKinney Menghlnl McGregor S Mee M W 75 CX ' K Mertens C Messmer G Mertz P Messmer K Metschke L Meyer C Middleton Miller C. Milligan T. Miriani L. Moeller D. Moore D. Moravek. M Metzler C Meyers J Miller N. Minks K. Moehl B. Moline M. Moore J. Morris L. Miles C L... X n-.191 , , ,-.D-. Q Morris, S. Mosier, S. Mueller, E. Mueller, M. Muller, T. Murnmert, Morrison, G. Motta, T. Mueller, J. , Mueller, R. Mullins, D. B. Morrissey, J. Mueller, D. Mueller, L. l Muether, M. Mullins, P. Murabio, C. Murley, S. UDP Juniors Took Their Place As erclassmen x Murphy, K. Myrick, D. Nemec, L. Newton, B. Murphy, T. Narzinski, Nesser, M Nicholson, Murray, D. M. Neu, T. B. Muschler, V. Nassar, D. Newmann, Nickel, P. Navratil, T. C. Niehoff, B. N ieters, M. Niewoehner, C. North, J. Nottelmann T. 202 , . Q. 1 w Q-1 L hw Nouri, S. Ohlemeyer, Overton, A. Palecek, L. Novak, K. L. Overton, R. Pannell, S. O'Brien, L. O'Keefe, S. Pace, A. Pape, D. Oellermann, Onda, D. Paglusch, K. Parisotto, P. M. Overbeck, J. L Pan-es J Patrick T Peeler C Perrlque L Perry S Pieper J Pinson T Pisoni J Pope C Pasglglla J Patterson Perkins P Perry D Peterman Pmi K PISODI T Pisoni T Port A 5-J Port R Puchta J Praechter Puckett J. . Pulliam M. Price D. Lg i Pyne J Radtke F T Quevereaux Raeber M. J T . Ramberg J Radick J. Jumors Drmk Then' Way To uccess i"' if Rankin R. Rauls M. Reary B. Reed J. Reimund L. Reinwart C. Rensch L. Rethmeier B. Richards C Rau L. Re M. Rector L. Reichold R. Reinheimer Reis T. Rericha M. Reyes R. Richardson Q o O 0 o O ll 2 l O ff- Z 'lumi x "I 6 o lllflliil 2 X o o Q 0 O 4A-X Ai 5:--.v 4.. 11 'I-fy, if ,W A f , . A Riester, D. Rogaczewski, Ross, J. Risch, S. R. Ross, L. Rivet, J. Rognan, C. Rothermel, Roberts, E. Rohr, S. S. Roberts, N. Roither, L. Rottman, C. Roberts, S. Rola, J. Roulx, K. Rodermund, Ronecker, J. Rowe, W. S. Rosemann, Rowland, C. K. Roy, T. Rozycke, M. Rubin, J. Rudolph, L. Rudolph, L Rush, M. Rutledge, J. qw. ref- .fr QA. Schmidt, V Schneller J Schmitt, S Schnormg Schmitti- gens, S Schubert B Schmoll, A Schueddig Scheider- john, S Schulz R -we 'Q Rzchowski, Sartorius, J M. Schaefer, J. Sadorf, S. Schafer, S. Sakaguchi, Schall, L. S. Schejbal, D. . Sametz, M. Schermaul, ' h. - Samuels, K. S. . ,. Sanders, W. Schilling, E. u 4. lf Sarniguet, . ' ' ' ' B. X I I .M- . .M 1 .1 . N 'fx 204 wif, ' ' .l . . . ,ic 'D Alf . 9 r '11 in as s f if V4 Ev, s w Siefleisch, R. Skelton, L. Smith, L. Spitznagel. Siems, D. Skiles, D. Smith, S. L. Simeone, B. Smith, T. Sportsman. Simmons, J. Slais, L. Smithson, S. C. Simmons, S. Snyder, D. Spring. D. Simon, J. Soaib, L. Srock, C. Simonavice, Sonnen- Staat, B. T. Schein, M, Stageman. L. Stark, B. U oo 3 l ian 2 to 0 9 Starkey, M. Starkey, P. Staufenbiel. S. Steck. J. Stecker. G. Steffe. D. Stegmann B. In Q Q 0.0 Stemrnler Stevens J Strlwell Stippec, A. Strang- Strobl, J. Strom, K. Sulack, L. Summers, L. Stleren D Strlwell Stockberger, hoener, M. Strode, R. Stuerman, Sullivan, D. Sundhausen, Stensrud K L. Streng, P. M. T. Happiness Was Being Junior N vig? Termine, T. Terranova, M. Theel, M. Theiss, R. Therina, S. Thias, E. Thompson, R. Thurmond, J. Tichacek, N Tierney, J. Tiff, K. Timpte, C. Todd, J. Todd, M. Toenges,J. Triplett, D. Tsevis, V. Tucker, J. Tufts, S. Tulley, K. Turner, T. Tyler, K. Uebel, C. Uhlenbrock, G. Uhrig, T. Uline, D. . .- Q- lf, A Ullrich, J. Urberger, R. VanMierlo, Varnum, P. Vierling, R. Voightmann, Waldo, P. Wall, T. Ulmer, D. Valentine, J. L. Vasterling, Viero, D. J. Waldron, D. Wallinger, J. Underwood, Vandveer, S. VanRonze- S. Voertman, Volz, S. Walker, J. Walsh, M. S. len, W. Vick, L. G. Wagener, K. Varelia, A. if Q W l R cg if? IA 1,7 fir, fQ M-sv 'rf Q-- his E51 Warren, K. Wasson, N. Webb, D. Wassall, B. Watts, B. Weber, N. 1 207 Walsh, W. Walther, B. Warner, T. Weber, N. Weber, R. Weber, R. Weiler, L. Wendt, R. Werkmei- ster, D. Werner, P. Wesley, C. Westfall, A. Wetteroff, D. Whalen, J. White, K. White, S. Whitmore, D. Whitworth, L. Wicker, L. Wiethop, M Wilds, B. Williams, C. Williams, E. i Wilson, P. Winkelhoch, R. Winsett, M. Wischmeier J. Wolfe, J. Wolff, J. Wolk, G. Womack, Wood, D. Wurst, D. Yang, M. Yates, M Yeckl, F. Yerkes, B Yorga, C. Young, L. Yuede, W. Zaiger, D. Y' sfQfN"' ,, X' M ii' uf- .r-- 5 N. T N fm-Q' Th ,,. ., EKSL . ,MLB lkli: 'QSC 'X sm'-wang vw, K iff' fifgigi .J ' , A l ' 1 '-fl ' . 'M shes- l --I-ri 3. RET- 4 V - X K- .H , . . '11 -Lfff l' 9" 1- ,- ... -fx fx! ' -F 1- A'--wr N ' ... .... .W V . ,N Y ' 7 0- . -J' 'Lys' - vw. F4 M, A in There is no easy way from the earth to the stars. -Seneca lb DI DI Freedom is not worth having if it does not connote freedom to err. - Gandhi 5:13 N 1 43" bfffwfsa 1 e '. ,o 209 A i-Ji -,,ii'e'i'f' ' 'q :I 1 sau.p....,....-...-..... ktiizuibill os-.Q-..--.n-54. ph..- -5-an-n-5-u--Q1 I f . 'L 9 . S-xx ,J What do you mean our lectures are boring? 'B .- c My -1, A .'gasf"ggi3fs M . ali" .i53y,..Lf-ef ' '7 vkgi w x 1 'mb 4 as-.. fu ri . N .- T1 fi 1 , , A . i ' jf C- , A , ' !..... :' 3 , f xx - -' g .- . .,.t.. , 3 ,- - , -..M , lr -, 115: ri' ti 121 ,vi- o::::.:'.', 315.31 fx. ...,.. ..,, ,,.:.35,: .qt ,. .x. ...,, 335,21 5 I. '.fL.,'fTf" ,u'1"- -' "J ILM.. .f,:,',Sv'Ixj1' ".""- ,-...N-Q.. 122.31 ' I .....,...,g,. - . ,..-.,.., o 1 .XX .,....:.-Qnx, . ...v....,. ..,. .. ,. .Y ,, , ,,..,.....,',:' 'pf ,rss .M Q :.:..., ...,,,m.:.,1. , 4 ... "" ""v--.-.v'n .X V , ., "' ""' "'s' w - xn' School's out! What a relief! 1 4 U um -.1 Y,,,. 5 , ' :gum l, -fb VN-, if Xlxiklg 5221, PRESIDENT: Paul Bauer 9' 'cznfs--' VICE-PRESIDENT: Matt Perlow "4L5""I1" SECRETARY: Kim Held 'ag L7 ff-jg Diana Knittel Class f 1977 Makes It To The Top we-.iv Peggy Acklin Beth Acord Cindy Adler Debra Agnew Robin Ahlemeyer David Airoldi Wlbr A1-ic Akers Tim Albers Karen Albrecht 210 197 David Allen Laura Allen Lynne Allen X, i A I . .4 -. Nye, , we -,qw ,L .. Vi- 'N . -m- Q. 1--sv K" "-Q.fur"" . . I... W.- v its. ., '-is-9..,s 'mi fr: .ga ff 'zzz - zz: 'fl .Ur .la . 322' 1' , X' A fl 3Z"' 3' l L Salvatore Alu Melvin Amann Eric Anderson Mark Anderson ,X 'fb INQL "iff YT? X . 0 K 'W-lo' x 'Q As 11" I l Virginia Alt Kevin Anders 1? Q4 L+ ,V X4 w Q'- Susan Appel x '-'N f""7 -Q., . f Xu n Q -V .1 I 'X ' '13 Dennis AuBl1Ch0n Sharon Ault Debra Avena Lisa Avey 211 r n l 1 S 1 Richard Babb Robert Baer Jane Balm Judy Baisch QW 'fir' 'lm-s,.,. I Leslie Baker Steve Ballance Pamela Ballenger Barbara Ballew Lisa Banning David Barco Charles Barnes Scott Bartholomew 2 .13 ' we . 5 ,f . E 'Q Xqf Jr i Patrick Bartin Jennifer Barton Christine Baudrexl Alison Bauer 212 Diane Bauer Q . O , N ,fb Q. Y-uv' J I 1 M '17 R N xl . . X, Paul Bauer Melody Bayless Anthony Beavers 5.4 119 ,ja-an Q, f x iv ' Yes 52 f 1 R -M f' '- E35 ef-ski t : f TQ ,,,,1 '.."' 1? W, . .' - . " C' Quia a if X 5 Gregory Beck Bud Becker Verna Behl Michael Beiser 16'- f , ' If n ,f l 5 7 S 0 l K 4-lf" Diane Beishir William Beller M, SENIOR SPONSOR: ROW 1: Mr. Holstein, Mr. Dugan, Ms. Poston, Ms. Wuerz, Ms. Takach, Mr. Saliga. ROW 2 Dr. Faison, Ms. Bragg, Ms. Guy, Ms. Montgomery, Ms. Hall, Mr. Schaefer, Mr. Weiss 213 L' .. A 5 . , A' X lui. ..f....,v -My .......X ,'. i Guy Bellistri Robyn Benack Todd Benda 45 Bret Bender u., '4 w Q' ? . A 7-Q , . ., B X A xxx i, BNN x wg' W Douglas Bender Karen Bender ww Keith Bennett Robert Berkley Anita Berra Michael Berry . T. my Jane Berryhill Lisa Beseda Mark Bess Ronald Bier 214 + iii f 'x X 1 . 1 of ,gg Kathleen Bild Michelle Billings Christine Bilyk Terry Bingesser XP mils. f ,s.,. G Pamela Bird John Blair Mary Blumfelder Kenneth Boemer T if X r Dan Marti Bogosian Charles Bohn D' If Ha ri 'VX 'CT f' 1:-"7 : 1' , Y Sf 1 . ,,-, Lynn Bokel Carolyn Boldt David Bolesta Bonnie Boniface 21 5 g ' I . ,f S 6 . 4 I N K' Carol Boody Scott Booker Kathy Borage 1'-ze , . Mark Bornholdt Suzanne Bornhop Bryan Bowden 14" x M' 'W wr. Q1 Norman Bradenberg Joseph Bradly Mary Brady Robert Brandt Steven Brawley Pamela Brda Pat Breihan Stacy Brenner 216 rs 1 Q""'Q Sharon Briggs Q '47--. suv , . x f f'-x Michael Broughton .5 , Richard Brown Michael Bruning f 1 0-5 ge... S' fxii 'll l X Alum if 2 -ggi Susan Briggs "of 'L- X ,fb ' a. Ku 2, a 3 me Dana Brown Craig Bruce Christopher Brunk Fl: iii i' Dennice Broadhacker Donald Brown , 4? .,l:2f'i' SEI: uw ' il ' is "' 'Q-if 2 J L' Q' K z f ., i x f ' . ' ww ' ifwf'-La lL' ' .f li Q . file BU' 'far " 1 ' 4 iv.: ,A ,5 E I if ill- A 2 Roxy Brukardt 1:31- Craig Bruns William Brock Laura Brown Q it Henry Brym Stephanie Bullock nn , John Burghoff David Burruss 931' . Q' ,, 1 , 'TF1 ! as ff f Q.. l .m L Ni i Carol Buescher Kathl-ine Bull Jamie Bullard iz f' az .IQ Joan Marie Buneta William Burgess Joan Burggrabe if qv P Kim Burke Robert Burmeister Colleen Burns -ii! ,g-NYM Ricky Cahill Francine Calandro Thomas Callahan 218 015 N in X, ,f.f".L Tw V - 7.1, 'KM' Xa .34 rf: gr . -i C C Nix ll' X Y- -cr r YVN Craig Calloway Craig Campbell Christine Capsch Barbara Carey -ug Wi? NV I -2124 'W' Wfihg- 2 - I , ifi. if ,ii,L.Q.2 illlkkl J "f Kevin Carie David Carr Ronald Carr Christine Cassani 1' TY 1-A 119' Q V K Michele Catalano George Catanzaro Jayne Chambers Alan Chandler ff" ff '5'wq. 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John Dunda "-1-...,. , Steven Durough Connie Dressel Lisa Dull 'fill J' James Dunn Judy Dunn Oily. Vs 1- .1- -, .M e' 1 cf 3 Daniel Duwe Michael Ebling u""" 7. Mark Ehrlich William Dunn "' X Cathy Easley Jeffrey Echard Susan Ellebracht T"""P le fd Elaine Durham 4ZY'6?l1 .1 .R as Diane Ebel 'rt'-v'Y' A . . Claire Egart .7 , 0 Mary DuVa1l ann-rf ,, - - 'Y , , 1 I fi . Richard Eberhardt of Ll Daniel Eggers fi Ylixw. Ui. ll ll r-fa, , 1 i A w W V L. Kelly Ellis Evan Ely Karen Endebrock Laura England ,aw , XX A 4 V l?"5?1"3 1 X Gary English Dan Erbs William Ericson Linda Eschbach Carolyn Escott Cheryl Eshing Dale Essmeyer Jim Ethier I W ,,,.m- Beverly Evans Martin Evers if" 'L.. Bradley Faerber Debra Faerber 5 Q51 I Sandra Faerber James Faller Patricia Farley Charles Farwell xy l aa 2 A all Arthur Feagans Jeff Feisker Kim Felder Kevin Felders Jim Feldt David Felts Becky Ferguson Joseph Fey Sherri Fields Janet Fieser Peter Fingerhut. Carolyn Finke 227 1 g - 33 L t 1 i. Cathy Fischer Bob Fisher Y 948-'ku YYY? 1-"""""M A,-,.w""" Harry Flauaus Barbara Fleer ff' X ! l Daniel Fleming Mary Ellen Flynn ,NX K4 Peggy Foster Thomas Fournier David Fitzwater Martin Flannery 'Wx x aff' W--' r Q " K -. 5' Robert Foerstel Beth Folz 1' .V 1 I Lynn Foy Christine Frank ,J -if' 'W Suzette Franz Cynthla Frerllng Carol Frost Jean Fuchs -5 M Gerald Gahn Joseph Gallaher 44-ww Mark Fnes 'cv' J John Fuchs '94 ,Off 5' Susan Fuchs D8Vld Ganter James Frltz Ken Fuchs Llsa Fuller i Dan Gapsch an , .j 5 , I ' A r. -Y X , ,rg - -I J. , I R ' fx , "' 'V Q ' x . . sf' ' - ' i I X 4 K' lv J A MZ- x - ,ff f 1 7 Xxx 4 A Qt If If I f J ' J ., ' 'J I - .M O ' - 'Iv 3 , J i h Q fs' N ' A , i ,X 1. X ' , 3 , , , I X I w- ,filnxxr or of xx ' ' 1 K r gl , , of s 1. , GX, J .47 5 - lx ' xii L4 JJ. J If T3 i i ' 4 " 1 229 J, 5 . , K ,x Q , . , Charles Garavaglia Tony Gardell Mike Garlik Terry Gaume ff Susan Gebert Andrea Geisler Dana Gerdemann Michael Gerloff 1 Tracy Gilbane James Gilbreath Kent Goddard Mitchell Goodman i , I Robert Goodman Karen Gosik Kevin Grace Michael Gravatt 230 Teresa Green Jennifer Greiner tis 3, '34 , 4 Linda Grimme Lorraine Gromm X .A 1 4' r Q' Ji. , ' W? 5 R Toni Gutierrez Mary Haegg Terri I-Ialloran G. Edward Hamilton J if 511 flwj , . I Ni 'qt Su, Q q fi k 2 ' H K ,laik X :I N I 1?- rls was y I X , . M . 1, Q v M RNA ZZQ. xl I x Jerry Griffin Thomas Griffith Lenore Gross John Grossenheid ,- fd' John Hall Lynn Hall wg, 1 I Q .5 gb .Al .af 4 lf' . ,fl If John Hampel M. 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Robert Heutel Patti Hickman Jeffrey Hillemeyer Karen Hillerich - Mark Hoeman Rick Hoermann 4.16 Thomas Hoeynck Robyn Hohman Raymond Holman Carolyn Hood William Hoeynck 0 9.x Q O C of A" 0' 1 ' as 355. t'.g'. I Q ".s'.,S' li4!' ' 0. 0' . :jV.,o...0 L dxf 4. ii' I I. 'qzlgf 'o,! I O .g il!! l.:q.:g. .1 l.:. 0.5 U David Holaway !::ssN' Dean Holmes 1 1 i ' 1 I ' 4 C A l -. . l Vicki Hooper I 235 ,QA . A, Eric Hoff Sandra Hoffstetter if is . 'Y' X -V w X l Margaret Holder Roxanne Holifield QP 6 Michael Holtkamp Judith Holtz fb Robyn Hopkins Susan Horine gtg? f' M , 4- 5 r V 51' 1, E X X I Janet Homung Joseph Horvath Terri Hougland Karen Howell A 'Wh-H. . A- "M im'-' LL WS4' sl Turned down again for Turnabout! 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'F r .Y r V-r '-Ii, 1221, i rm., A .. gs A ' N ::t:1 V R Kevin Kent .2 Albert Ketterer Margie Kimker Willian King Kathryn Kirchner Elizabeth Klarsch Joseph Klal-sch 239 ,fy 'au Carl Klaus Terry Klefisch Kathryn Klein Denice Knelle Diana Knittel Lisa Knot John Koenig William Koenig Terry Koertel is fu, f Anna Konsewicz Catherine Kotsis Ruth Kraatz 240 Gregory Klumb Gerald Koch John Kohlbry ' Scott Kratky gl Carol Krebeck Elxsa Krpan Peggy Kuhn Ellen Kuthe ka. 1, JF Llnda Kruetz Steven Kreylmg Susan Kneger NPN' s-,M .l Thomas Krumm Damel Kuester Janet Kuhn Are you kxddmg she fmally graduatedo Pattl Kunze f""X if-"Y Peeter Kuus Debby LaMarca Diana LHMHTCB 241 is X ' .- ,,,:4ZsfwfT A Q K fin. , I 'J "I ' 'L , , X K , k I x V Q , .y A R XX ,f X ,Xb X if 'X x 3 vi fl . C1 X 4. 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Andrea Sue Rose Major Julie -5' if Q - ' 5.- Cathy Mann Linda Mann 1 Q 4, 5 5 Bruce Marchi Gary Maret Michael Marian Kelly Marlow ll I l l David Marshall Karen Marshall Kimberly Martin Michael Marx 244 l px Jeannette Massud Cynthna Maurer Davld McBr1de Mlchael McClure Whoops' Where s the runway'7 'I' Susan Mays L.. ai an Pamela McCracken K Lon McHenry Darrm McKeever Mxchael MCAulSt6Y Lxsa McFarland Rlchard McKay K U Momca McKenna dv ' A X x . il-W A' I, f '1 U, I I -1 raw 'EF ,f . if fr M V 4 I., Q 7 lf' I - H H' rf N 7 , L3 4 ,ff if I., S I ' K 'fl , X , U 'F' I "" n f if M X n T' Q xg 9 e " M M - Q 'jf' d,. X M r rx 3 245 i l W ,, 4 P 1 Alexander McKillop Margaret McLarnan Brian McLeod l E I 1 Dale Meissbach J. Brian Menz Mark Mertens V 1 5 Ex ll, 1 E Brian Meyer Susan Meyer Christine Milla E I , xi ' el All ,l-N ' William Miller Robert Miller Judy Milligan 246 I 'n L.l. Nancy McNamara Gary Mester Cynthia Miner Kathleen Milligan Sherryl Mmmck Myra Mltchell Francine Moor Ann Morton -.4 'VR774 me 'X N '-Q'-N Ii' H55 Patty Mlrlanl Maureen Mxsslmore Beverly Mitchell '95 'Y 7 Cheryl Moellenhoff Maureen Molly Thomas Montl Iii Jeff Moore Thomas Monanty Sandra Morns pvfn 1'6- -ON 1f""'7 Joseph Muckler Carolyn Mueller Damel Mueller , 247 ".'5.,',A.l,.- Q-. 1, . k D X' ' s s 4, , , , L. '- ' I 1 - - J, I Q nv M f 1 X e f A ' I I , W ' 4 A A W... A e 'k A -X , l ' 'V' M V fv V ax 1 f ' ,- e -1 - P 1 M -' J' X 1-df' K X ' If Q iw: n 5 I M ,S l 1 5: f I N 7 ' v,:: K ,?' M' 3 ? if lf " f f S u . fi- Z f M mx x' , .1 , - r'M , - 'X 41 v- 7 X ' H hm' . , x all l Q' Ma a I Q ,xx l . ,Vu X '- 1 f 1 1 X' as X 1 I I is-A ' ' w . YN i M John Mueller Karl Mueller I ,gs Koren Mueller Michael Mueller 'Z '95- , M Pat Mueller Steven Mueller Bryan Mullane Robert Mumm ' J xx L 4 'J ' ll 2 5 U , .lyl . ,o Y as , M , K ,. ,gg .. Juni Q, M -f -' K v Annette Murphy Douglas Murphy Patricia Musgrove Christel Nahser 248 , gg i! RRR a, A .,x,.. Catherine Narzinski Glennon N emec Jean Neu Kim Neu 4- . K. ':, -' . Cynthia Newton Susan Nicholson H N David Niemoeller Scott Nienhaus Michael Nerl Donna Neu 7.-47 X xx, 8 William Neumann Daniel Newport if Z? auf: X -we Mark Nickel James Niemeyer Lisa Nieters D8Vld N08k95 J Michael Noblot 1 0' . H-f 5 Pamela Nussbaum Willian Ohlemeyer Deanna Otting Kim Noerteman David Nothum Dianne Novak Brennan O'Brien Michael Ocello Robert Ochs Daniel Oldani Ellen Onda Jeanne Oppland Sl .4-40" Kathy Overton Brian Owens Jeffrey Pantukhoff 250 Dx. X . X X llll Susan Pape Barbara Patterson ffl Suzanne Patton Tommy Pavlich V D 0 ' Q 4 9 a .. , 2... Matthew Perlow Patricia Perry Dan Philpot Kirk Pieper 2 J ' Dean Pattison Mike Pearce Joe Petrillo -R-G. ,,.x N John Piskulich AN, ,ir 5 O 1 ' 0 o Fawn Patton Michael Perkowski mi hr A 1 Cheryl Pfeifer dih- i 1 Q 41111 "nv ' Elizabeth Pisoni Xie Steve Pittman fix fi P Peggy Poeschel .aw --'w fn, Q f David Potter -on-""' X ,,"f V P H K 5 X x .ff Linda Pizzo Rhonda Pless Q . 4 Y Vito Polizzi Dara Pope X Kevin Powers Rickey Price ,Z 5, X? jg ff? , . : '-ff. Richard Proctor Michael Prose Lee Pl'Ui11t 252 Melvin Poe Linda Portell Thomas Price Regina Pudlowski r .,,j , F . if 5 .v 'X 1 " x, . 'o 0, 2 'uf I 9 . , O 3 4 9. Dean Purdy Thomas Pyne Donna Querrey Lisa Quertermus is-N '1"""""., b, "NS-Q. .4-"' , X g r 11 1 R i K Carol Raby Karen Radil John Ransin Benny Reafy N sf" t- ggrc-f:x-3 vs- f A W, 'EM 1 'Geri N, . ' 1 3012? 'lg' 'fx H- .. . .... V' .A. V ., 4 X. - 'E ',s,' 2 -figvw af 1 : a FS-EJ :A .fe z 52 .P 673' ' - .A- , Q Q V ar A S.: "ff ,Q f H .. f,,- '.,,g,.v, . me h A - -is 3? Karen Rechtiene Janet Reed ' Q! -- fi E 1 Q. N ' 41. k 14.- Q-J 1 W I, fe, K , Q' "' ,.....o?' M.- I gr! Kenneth Reichert Cheryl Reinhardt 253 6, , ll., Z 1. R l Kenneth Reiss Janice Rensch Mark Richardt Laura Richey l l X W G7 Bill Rickerman Terry Riebeling Donald Ried David Riegert f--9' 'vnu WZTIT' X m -fe a P Kathy Riehl Jean Ringhofer Matthew Riordan Michael Roach Ag- mrxh -Cl? 211' Kevin Robben Mark Roberson Sherry Roberts Annette Roby 254 til' Chrls Roderxque Rlchard Rognan ----P' Morris Rosenberg ll' pf Kent Rodgers Mark Roebke Donald Rogers 9' 1--,J .,,.,,,,4v ix' 4'7- Q5 fx Pamela Rohs Karen Rolf susan Rolf 'US 1 if-'Q Lynne Roth Barbara Routh Mnchael Royal Elizabeth Rubin Lmda Ruprecht Carolyne Russum Stephen Sametz 255 5 . I vw 'X 'HA ' Ni. . kj , . I X W R A 5 f X , R R I rll: 1' f has X r ' ,X . I J - r . 1 5 v 4 . , A i V' ' ' ff f N X ' 2' "2. H- A 'PK 'X' A QQ j f NX, Q ri." " l!L- .rl T-L 4 -+- .. o-J f N - 5- x R I 3: X' L. -A l X' , V L . gs . . N :flf 1 ' 1 Y 'lv' ' - - R Q .--A rf, K Q 1 ' , , 'S K, , 'TRL .L :fi X l l v i 1 1 l I l l l i l E l i l 2 l l l P .M. if W f. ?Za?Qi,f Kurt Samuels Kevin Sapp Janice Sarkisian Kevin Sarniquet Q ,,- - .sf I 4: X , , r is its 3 . 9 L qw . .5 Ss ,'. John Satorius Stephen Sawers gk xi . R . Yi qi Q 3 Michael SCaliS6 Susan Scego Ann Marie Schaefer Diane Schaefer ' Daniel Schaller Larry Schallom Douglas Schelich Timothy Schepker 256 X it:-BU Lawrence Schiwinger Cathy Schlude Stephen Schorr Thomas Schott l l o Anita Schneider Salvatore Schoen Ns. Carol Schroell Paul Schuessler .an I . 14, .VN-fmt ll. at Mark Schuette Tracy Schuetz PM iiii QI." Pl X ,, v 1' 'fx a""'T7 Sy 1 Lori Ann Schuler Charles Schulz Heidi Schulze Margaret Schuster l David Schutt Thomas Scialfa Donald Scott James Seffens 2- S i SNA: L! 5 Mark Shadley Barry Sheldon Cynthia Shelley Stacey Shelton ff Jeffrey Shore Lori Shormas Rhonda Shoup Beth Siebert ' ,...r'-v ..-1'--I ...-. , Sharon Siems Susan Signaigo Leslie Simon Thomas Simone 258 i 1 I' it N if ff! F Patrick Sisson Brian Skaggs Cheryl Skaggs Richard Skaggs .fs lf"7 ig? Derrick Skinner Anthony Slyman Cynthia Smith Gary Smith 1-,,,.,3,f -I -,...- l . .A ' - W . an al' f'f J'-2177" -T-3 -x x ee . l-. Keith Smith Leslie Smith Patricia Smith Tamra Smithson i wg" N i inw- Nm N 4, K S Jane Solovic Ellen Sorrells Carl Spalinger Scott Spasnick 259 kv-' Reid Spaulding Beth Spencer Julia Spencer Susan Spencer Existentialism Is Absurd. 1-V ,I , V, Heide Splisgardt Kenneth Stanhope Y. Skye Q'-M-'Y f 5' 94.5. ' ,qv I :Riu ggi? I I ' Christine Stefan Sandra Stieren M V75 fl! S -...A Hills 0 113 film Amy Stilwell Michael Stilwell William Stobie Dianne Stockhausen 260 6 .,,y Lmda Stoltze Paula Stone Rlchard Strawhun Sandra Stroh Deanna Stromberg Joseph Struckhoff Llsa Struckman JBDICE Struckoff 'J' ff x W-N l Lmda Stublts Scott Studer Mary Beth Stuerman Holly Suche s-...,,,., ur-P Lorl Suellentnp Ronald Sulack 261 nr ' 'W John Sunderland Mark Swinnerton Dennis Syberg barn Steven Tanaka Lori Tanner Bruce Tarantola 45 Samatherith Tes Kenneth Tharp Cynthia Thoenes Bonny Thompson Mark Thompson Melanie Thousand 262 , ,4,,a Michelle Syrett X ,, il Melanie Tebben l Dennis Thompson V Theodore Thurston '31 'T'j"'P I Mike Thuston Deborah Timpte 415. 'GOL .,--cur Susan Toscano Terry Tosh lf" a-"N ,Q-wily fa.: as gf . U, U' if Kelly Twellman Terri Uebel Nancy Upchurch Mark Urbantke 'X .ad 'wk tri ,f I 43, , .J f",-'V J hiv. X- N' 1 1 - 5 if an :gm rv- . " ' -f--f aff'-x,y W U-. . 1219. - H 'bb Jane Tinkham Ricardo Tiongson N3 x Mary Traub Eric Tweet ,Oli Q--fn' .is Susan Ulrich Jeffrey Upchurch ol if f Dan Valentine Marvin VanMeter l Kathleen Varble David Varelia Jay Vaughan Gina Venturella Mark Vessell Elizabeth Vincent Kurtlin Vitoux Maria Viviano Robert Voightmann Kirk Volding 'FUN lxl Clayton Vollet Elizabeth Vollmar Steven Vollmer Carol VonRump 264 , N Q ' l L , Donna Voorhees Karen Voorhees Gretchen Vosburgh Elizabeth Waarsenburg Z h .K . . gun I 1 . ii I ' i- M x XX- , I 3 ' - x VK1 Gary Wack Lora Wade Erich Wagner Robyn Wagner ep' ,. ' x , I ,A ov""S I . L Q .f W, . it W im W V r r ld-' li. Stephanie Wagner Stephanie Walburn Tracy Walden Karen Walker i x '11 r ! , fe 3, 4 1' I r..! Laura Walker Randall Walker l 265 Qv in Scott Walker Richard Wall Arthur Walther Timothy Wambach 'J 4 ' if ef 'l n J ef if Kerry Ward Vicki Ward Julie Warhoover Joseph Wamrbroot ,Wa Kathleen Watson Angela Webb Hilda Webber Walter Weber - , X+.....,. Michael Weiss Lori Weldon Pamela Welhoelter Connie Wepfer 266 GJD, f Qi l X X 5 Christy Westermayer Mark Westfall Linda Whitmore Katherine Wiegert Q-TI? 9' Q tv-'ff li 915 P1 1' i X ' .LX x , Connie Wiesehan Sarah Wilde Jeff Will Jack Williams 41 lik O.. I ,cv av? 'TM77 PM A 4-' 1 1 Janet Williams Jeff Williams Timothy Williamson Theresa Wilmot JoAnn Wilson Ellen Winterrose Pamela Wippler Gary Wolk r 1' XX a ,Y ,fy V- M v-W x.. X Theresa Wolz Wally Woodfin Kevin Wood Vickie Wren Alone again, I'1l go on with bent head but knowing the immortality of love, and on the long road both sun and moon will shine, lightening my Way. -Br. Gregory Norbet Marianne Wroble Helen Wucherpfennig Patricia Wyatt Annette Yahl - ,' W ' l . f J Dianne Yates Bryan Yochum Kevin Yorga Susan Young 268 x4 Carol Yount Daryl Zack Damel Zander David Zeibig l' Teddl Zeus Carol Zelser Terry Zlkes Lynn Zimmerman XLJ ev v'--, '1- qv!! Mane Zmselmeler Sharon Zinselmeier Ck N.. "'P iq- Robert Zmselmeler Carol Zoellner Gregory Zupan Bret Zweifel r r ff O . 3 Q Q! Q -4 D Z I ff 1 fs I f Y S 1 il V ' . -. - !'5?5'fI?H' ,1 f 64 I Y 37' if A , ' ',,,s , " .. 4 - 'I y or , y I I ff Z X g 1. A 5.1 . . xv 1 2 " iwjtnl' 4 U 1- -1 la X ' l 1 eg . K fr' I ' I Z 1 .9 ' , ,. ! I ,T L 269 LH Welcomes Fore1gn cholars "Friendship is the only cement that will ever hold the world together "Depth of friendship does not depend upon length of acquamtance "Life is to be fortified by many friendships To love and to be loved is the greatest happiness of existence." "The only way to have a friends is to be one For the fourth straight year, Lindbergh welcomed the German exchange stu- dents under the LHS Foreign Exchange Program. The purpose of this program was to give the German students a bet- ter understanding of life here in Amer- ica. During the students' 21 day visit, they experienced much of the social and cultural aspects of our way of life. Sever- al activities were planned to both inform and entertain the visitors during their stay. A similar exchange has been planned for this summer, when several LHS students will visit Germany. ww ghbh A' F- lg u xx O9 , H r' M AA. Semor Duectory 49 rg-1 aff' J' vu-J 'X L-'ff Lf 272 PEGGY ACKLIN A Cappella Cholr 11 12 Mlxed Chorr 10 Nmth Grace Chorr 9 BETH ACORD Natlonal Honor Socrety 12 Grrls Basketball 10 Grrls Fleld Hockey 1112 Grrls Track 101112 A Cappella Chorr 11 12 French Club 91011 12 Madrrgal I 12 Mrxed Chorr 10 Nlnth Grade Cholr 9 Varlety Show 12 Snow Queen Mald 12 KAREN ALBRECHT COE KLSR 10 German Club 9 Home Economics Club 9 Nlnth Grade Cholr 9 Pep Club 9 Camp Moval 12 Prom Commrttee 11 LYNNE ALLEN Natlonal Honor Soclety 12 Co Pllots Club 9 10 11 12 Concert Band I 9 Concert Band II 10 11 German Club 9 Pep Club 9 1011 12 MEL AMANN Natlonal Honor Soclety 12 Bnology Club 10 Drama Club 1112 All School Plays 11 12 Blble Club 12 Mlxed Cholr 12 Varlety Show 11 12 Key Club 10 11 12 Secretary Treasurer 11 Presr dent 12 ERIC ANDERSON Football 9 10 Wrestlrng 9 10 11 12 Captam 12 MARK P ANDERSON Natlonal Honor Socrety 12 Football 9 10 11 12 Track 11 Wrestlmg 9 10 Lettermen s Club 11 12 SHARON LYNN AULT A Cappella Cholr 12 Co Pxlots Club 9 10 German Club 9 Mlxed Cholr 11 Pep Club 9 10 11 12 Variety Show 1112 Close Up 11 EIEBRA AVENA Natlonal Honor Soclety 11 Drama Club 10 Varlety ow 10 LISA AVEY Pep Club 9 Varlety Show 12 Snow Queen Mald 12 Offlce Runner 9 10 JANE BAHN Natronal Honor Socnety 10 11 12 A Cappella Chorr 12 Co Pllots Club 11 12 Mixed Chorr 11 Varrety Show 12 Camp Moval 10 Forel n Exchange 11 JUDY BAISCH DOE 12 Co Pllots Club 9 Pep Club 9 10 PAM BELLENGER Natlonal Honor Soclety 101112 Co Pllots Club 11 12 German Club 910 Forelgn Exchange 11 CHUCK BARNES Actrvltles 9 Football 9 SCOTT BARTHOLOMEW Concert Band I 9 Concert Band II 10 Lettermens Club 11 12 Natlonal Honor Soclety 1112 Swrmmrng 1011 12 Water Polo 9 1011 12 Captam 12 DANA BAUER Co Pllots Club 9 10 MELODY BAYLESS Grrls Basketball 9 10 11 Glrls Fleld Hockey 9 1011 Glrls Softball Captam 12 Glrls Volleyball 910 GREGORY JAMES BECK Natlonal Honor Soclety 10 11 12 Pep Band 9 10 11 12 Chamber Orchestra 9 10 11 Concert Band I 9 Con cert Band II 10 Orchestra 9 10 11 12 Symphomc Band 11 12 ROBYN ELEANOR BENACK Prlot 11 Pep Club 9 10 11 12 Presr dent 12 S amsh Club 10 Swlmmlng 9 10 11 12 Captam 12 Most Valuable Player 12 Track 9 10 11 12 Water Polo 9 10 11 12 Lettermen s Club 10 11 12 Varlety Show 12 Forelgn Exchange 11 KEITH BENNETT Natlonal Honor Soclety 12 Basketball Manager 9 Camp Moval 9 KENT BERKLEY Baseball 11 12 TERRI BINGESSER Pep Club 9 10 Spanrch Club 11 JOHN E BLAIR Natlonal Honor Soclety 11 12 School Store 12 Sprrrt 10 Student Councrl 12 A Cappella Cholr 12 Drama Club 9 10 11 12 All School Plays 9 10 11 12 Lyceum Club 10 Mlxed Cholr Presldent 10 Nlnth Grade Cho1r 9 Presldent s Club 10 Russlan Club 11 12 'Igreasurer 11 Thesplan Soclety 10 11 12 Varlety Show 9 10 11 1 MARY ELAINE BLUMFELDER Natlonal Honor Soclety 10 11 12 Drama Club 9 Home Economlcs Club 9 1011 VICE Presrdent 10 President 11 Pep Club 9 Varlety Show 9 10 11 Glrls Concert Cholr KEN BOEMER Natronal Honor Socxety 11 12 Basketball 9 10 11 Football 9 10 11 12 Captam 12 Track 9 10 11 12 Lettermen s Club 11 12 Varlety Show 12 FCA 91011 12 YMCA 12 DAVE BOLESTA Cross Country 9 Football 10 11 12 Lettermen s Club 11 12 Natlonal Honor Soclety 12 Baseball 10 11 12 FCA 9 10 BONNIE BONIFACE Cheerleaders 9 10 11 12 Captam 9 10 12 Na tlonal Honor Soclety 10 11 12 Glrls Gymnastlcs Ca tam 11 12 Pep Club 9 10 11 12 Varlety Show 12 YMCA 9 10 11 pmt Queen 12 Sprrrt Queen Court 11 CAROL BOODY Cheerleaders 11 12 Home Economlcs Club 10 Pep Club 11 12 Varlety Show 12 YMCA 12 MARK STEPHEN BORNHOLDT Mlxed Cholr 10 Nlnth Grade Cholr 9 Qulll gl Scroll 10 11 12 Key Club 9 10 Freshmen Ensemble 9 Chamber Cholr 12 Natlonal Honor Soclety 10 11 12 Pllot 9 10 11 12 Reporter 9 Co y Edltor 10 Features Edltor 11 Edrtor In Chlef 12 Splrxt 9 10 A appella Cholr 11 12 Vlce Presldent 11 Presldent 12 Drama Club 9 10 Madrxgal I 11 12 Vanety Show 9 10 11 12 Camp Moval 10 12 Close Up 11 EIIUSIEIERADY Student Councll 910 11 Varrety Show 12 Camp ova MARK BRAWLEY 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II 10 Symphomc Band 11 12 Close Up 11 MICHAEL DAVID JOBE KLSR 11 Cross Country 9 10 Track 9 10 A Cappella Chorr 1112 Madngal I 1112 Mlxed Cholr 10 Varlety Show 11 Camp Moval 10 GREG JONES Sprrlt Buslness Manager 1011 1 Drama Club 11 German Club 9 LARRY JONES Wrestlmg 11 12 JILL ANN JORGENSEN Natlonal Honor Soclety 10 11 12 French Club 9 10 11 12 Secretary 12 Pep Club 11 Vanety Show 12 Offlce Runner 10 CINDY KAETZEL Camp Moval 11 12 YWCA 11 Future Medlcal Careers 9 10 11 12 Presldent 12 Nmth Grade Cholr 9 Spanish Club 9 RANDY KALIN DOE 12 LINDA A KARCHER Pep Club 9 Splrrt 10 Glrls Basketball 9 Offlce Runner 9 QLIZJSIS KARIDES Pep Club 9 Varlety Show 11 Class Vlce Presl en DAN KAUFMANN Natlonal Honor Soclety 12 Basketball Manager 9 Football 10 Track 910 JEFF KEISKER Basketball 9 Football 9 10 Track 9 10 11 BRUCE KELLER Natlonal Honor Society 12 A Cappella Cholr 11 12 Drama Club 9 10 11 12 Soclal Chalrman 12 All School Plays 9 10 11 12 Madrlgal I 12 Spanish Club 9 10 Soclal Chalrman 10 Thesplan Soclety 10 11 12 Varlety Show 9 10 11 12 BOB KERSTING KLSR 9 10 Basketball 9 10 11 CHERYL KETTELKAMP Motorcycle Club 10 Pep Club 10 Glrls Fleld Hockey 10 11 12 Girls Track 10 11 12 YARC 12 Snow Queen Court 12 Co Pllots Club 9 10 NANCY KIEFFER Natlonal Honor Society 10 11 12 MARGIE KIMKER Orchestra 11 12 Turnabout Court 9 Pep Band 10 11 12 Pep Club 9 10 11 12 Symphonlc Band 10 11 12 Varxety Show 10 11 Close Up 11 National Honor Soclety 10 11 12 Vice Presldent 12 Pllot 12 Advanced Blology Club 12 Co Pllots Club 9 10 Concert Band II 9 German Club 9 10 KATHY KIRCHNER Natlonal Honor Soclety 11 12 German Club 910 Mlxed Chorr 10 Nmth Grade Chorr 9 Forergn Exchange 11 CARL KLAUS DOE 12 TERRENCE JOHN KLEFISCH Soccer 9 10 11 12 KATHY KLEIN National Honor Society 11 12 DENICE KNELLE National Honor Socnety 11 12 Cerman f lub 9 Varlety Show 12 Prom Commlttee 11 Powderpuff Football 11 K1 SR 9 10 Home Economlcs Club 9 10 11 12 Secretary 10 Vlce Presldent 11 President 12 Nmth Grade Choir 9 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SUSAN JEANINE MEYER - A Cappella Choir 125 Drama Club 9,10,11,125 All-School Plays 9,11,125 German Club 95 Thespian Society 11,125 Variety Show 9,10,11,125 Mixed Choir 115 Melodrama 95 Radio Plays 9,10,11. ' CHRISTINE MILLA - Variety Show 125 Close Up 115 Pep Club 9,10,115 Mixed Choir 125 Cheerleaders 9,10,115 National Honor Society 125 Girls' Gymnastics 115 Environmental Problems Club 12. CYNTHIA MILLER - Pep Club 9,105 Camp Moval 10. WILLIAM MILLER - Track 9,10. JUDY MILLIGAN - Camp Moval 10,115 Concert Band I 9. SHERRYL MINNICK - Foreign Exchange 95 A Cappella Ensemble 11, Mixed Ensemble 95 Ninth Grade Choir 95 A Cappella Choir 11,125 Co-Pilots' Club 95 Madrigal I 125 Mixed Choir 105 Variety Show 10,12. MAUREEN MISSIMORE - Spirit 11,12. BEVERLY E. MITCHELL - National Honor Society 125 Pom Pon 9,105 French Club 9,10,11,125 Pep Club 9. NAN MITCHELL - A Cappella Choir 11,125 Mixed Choir 105 COE 125 Executive Secretary's Inc. Scholarship Contest 125 Variety Show 125 Bible Club 10,11,125 National Honor Society 10,11,125 Madrigal II 115 Madrigal I 12. CHERYL MOELLENHOFF - COE 12. TOM MONTI - National Honor Society 125 South Windsor High School, South Windsor, CT 9,10. S:.iXlEIgRA MORRIS - Foreign Exchange 10,115 German Club 9,105 Pep u . KARL MUELLER - Tennis 125 Concert Band II 95 Football 9,10. JEAN NEU - Pilot 115 Concert Band II 95 Symphonic Band 10,115 Variety Show 11. KIM NEU - Camp Moval 115 Spanish Club 95 YMCA 115 Swimming 9,10,11,12, Co-Captain 12. CYNTHIA NEWTON - Home Economics Club 9,105 COE 12. SUSAN NICHOLSON - Creative Writing Club 11,12, President 125 Drama Club 9,10,11,125 Literary Magazine Editor 12. DAVID NIEMOELLER - National Honor Society 11,125 Pilot 105 Basketball 95 Camp Moval 9. MICHAEL NOBLOT - National Honor Society 125 Cross Country 9,10,115 Track 9,10. DAVID NOTHUM - Cross Country 105Football 95 Track 9,10,11,125 Wrestling 9,105 Bible Club 125 Lettermen's Club 115 FCA 9. DIANNE NOVAK - Girls' Field Hockey 9,105 Variety Show 12. BRENNAN O'BRIEN - Wrestling 95 Football 9. BILL OHLEMEYER - Spirit King Knight 115 Spirit King Noble 125 National Honor Society 11,125 Cross Country 10,115 Track 9,10,11,125 Lettermen's Club 10,11,125 Snow Queen Escort 12. DANN OLDANI - Track 9,10,11. ELLIE ONDA - A Cappella Choir Librarian and Robe Chairman 11,125 Library Club 115 Mixed Choir Librarian and Robe Chairman 105 Ninth Grade Choir 95 Pep Club 115 Spanish Club 95 Mixed Ensemble 95 Girls' Triple Trio 10. KATHY BONITA OVERTON - Pilot Page Editor 125 Quill Sz Scroll 12, Webster Groves High School, Webster Groves, MO 9,10,11. BRIAN OWENS - Swimming 10,11. SUE PAPE - National Honor Society 10,11,125 A Cappella Choir 11,12, Secretary 125 German Club 105 Madrigal I 125 Madrigal II 115 Mixed Choir 105 Ninth Grade Choir President 95 Pep Club 95 President's Club 95 Variety Show 10,11,125 Camp Moval 9,10,125 Close Up 115 Foreign Exchange 11,12. DEAN PATTISON - DOE 12. SUZANNE PATTON - National Honor Society 125 Spirit 10,11,12, Literary Editor 11,125 Co-Pilots' Club 125 Concert Band I 95 Concert Band Il 10,11,125 Pep Club 11,125 Quill Sz Scroll 11,12. MIKE PEARCE - Cross Country 11,125 Football 9,105 Track 9,10,11,12. PAT PERRY - National Honor Society 125 Ninth Grade Choir 9. CHERYL PFEIFER - Motorcycle Club 105 Pep Club 9,10,115 YARC 125 Powderpuff Football 115 Co-Pilots' Club 9,10,115 Girls' Field Hock- ey Statistician 125 Girls' Track 10,11. JOHN PATRICK PISKULICH - Concert Band I 95 Concert Band II 105 French Club 11,125 Quill gl Scroll 125 Symphonic Band 11,125 Variety Show 11,125 Close Up 11,125 KLSR News Director 125 National Honor Society 10,11,12, President 125 Pilot 10,11,125 Pep Band 10,11,125 Football 9,10,115 Tennis 9,10,115 Advanced Biology Club President 125 Chemistry Club 11,12. LISA PISONI - Girls' Golf 125 Girls' Track 115 Girls' Swimming 9,105 Girls' Basketball 9,10,11,12, Captain 12. LINDA PIZZO - Drama Club 9,115 National Honor Society 125 Pep Club 115 Camp Moval 12. RHONDA GAYLE PLESS - National Honor Society 125 French Club 115 H. W. Solomon, Greenville, MS 95 T. L. Weston, Greenville, MS 10. PEGGY POESCHEL - FCA 105 YMCA 105 Pep Club 115 Spanish Club 105 Variety Show 125 National Honor Society 10,11,125 Co-Pilots' Club 276 11,125 Donkey Basketball 12. DARA POPE - National Honor Society 125 Girls' Field Hockey 10,115 Girls' Track Co-Captain 105 Prom Queen Court 11. LINDA PORTELL - Co-Pilots' Club 95 Pep Club 105 Cheerleaders 105 National Honor Society 10,11,125 Snow Queen Attendant 12. DAVID POTTER - National Honor Society 10,11,125 Soccer 9,10,11,12, Co-Captain 125 Environmental Problems Club 10,115 Presi- gent's Club 105 Variety Show 125 Camp Moval 9,10,11,125 Class Presi- ent 10. KEVIN POWERS - Pep Band 10,11,12. TOM PRICE - Concert Band II 9,105 Brass Choir 10,11,125 Pep Band 11,125 Symphonic Band 11,125 Orchestra 125 Stage Band 12. RICK PROCTOR - Wrestling 95 National Honor Society 12. MIKE PROSE - Camp Moval 10,115 Variety Show 115 National Honor Sjcflciety 11,125 Cross Country 9,10,11,125 Track 9,105 Ninth Grade oir 9. LEEANN PRUITT - Community Contests 125 National Honor Soci- ety 11,125 Pilot 125 Chemistry Club 125 Drama Club 95 Concert Band I 95 Concert Band II 10,11,125 French Club 105 Pep Club 9,105 Quill 8: Scroll 125 Music Festival 11,12. REGINA PUDLOWSKI - Variety Show 10. CAROL RABY - German Club 95 A Cappella Choir 11,125 Drama Club 115 Ninth Grade Choir 95 Pep Club 9,10,115 Variety Show 10,11,125 Mixed Choir 105 National Honor Society 11,12. JON RANSIN - Lettermen's Club 11,125 Water Polo 9,10,11,125 Activi- ties 9,10,11,125 Concert Band I 95 Swimming 9,10,11,12, Captain 12. CHERYL REINHARDT - German Club 9,105 Co-Pilots' Club 105 Variety Show 125 Pep Club 10. , KEN REISS - KLSR 9,115 Football Manager 95 Rifle Club 10. LAURA RICHEY - Home Economics Club 9. DON RIED - Track 9,10,11,125 Football 9,10,11,125 Basketball 9,10,11,125 Lettermen's Club 9,10,11,12. DAVID RIEGERT - Camp Moval 105 FCA 105 Football 105 Concert Band II 9,10,11. KATHERINE J. RIEHL - Activity Wood Repair '125 Girls' Field Hockey 9,10,115 Girls' Soccer 10,115 Girls' Softball 115 Girls' Track 115 Latin Club 95 YWCA 9,105 Ursuline Academy, Oakland, MO 9,10,11. KEVIN ROBBEN - Basketball 95 Football 95 Track 115 YMCA 11,12. ANNETTE ROBY - Bible Club 125 French Club 9. KENT RODGERS - Football 95 Swimming 10,11,125 Water Polo 10,11,125 Lettermen's Club 11,125 Stage Band 9,11,125 Symphonic Band 10,11,125 Variety Show 125 Foreign Exchange 10,115 National Honor Society 125 Pep Band 10,11,125 Advanced Biology Club 125 Concert Band II 9. DONALD ROGERS - Cross Country 9,105 Track 9,105 Concert Band I 95 Concert Band II 105 Variety Show 125 YMCA 9,10,11,12. PAM ROHS - German Club 9,105 Pep Club 9,10,11 BARBARA ROUTH - National Honor Society 125 Variety Show 11. LINDA RUPRECHT - A Cappella Choir 11,125 Drama Club 95 Mixed Choir 105 Ninth Grade Choir 9. STEPHEN SAMETZ - Basketball 9,105 Football 9,10,115 Track 9,10,115 Concert Band I 95 Concert Band II 105 Stage Band 105 FCA 9,10,11. KURT SAMUELS - Concert Band II 105 Wrestling 105 Concert Band I 9. JANICE SARKISIAN - National Honor Society 10,11,125 Student Council 125 Drama Club 115 Pep Club 115 Camp Moval 11. JOHN SARTORINS - Cross Country 9,11,125 Concert Band I 95 Con- cert Band II 10. MICHAEL SCALISE - Soccer 10,11,125 YMCA 11. ANNA SCHAEFER - National Honor Society 10,11,125 Pilot 105 Pep Club 9,105 Powderpuff Football 11. DIANE SCHAEFER - Activities 9,10,11,125 Library Club 115 School Store 105 Peer Counseling 115 YWCA 10,115 Food 8: Recipe Club 95 Paperback Book Exchange 125 Computer Club 115 Camp Moval 9,10. LARRY SCHALLOM - Football 10. LARRY SCHIWINGER - Camp Moval 95 Football 95 National Honor Society 11,12. I CATHY SCHLUDE - National Honor Society 125 Girls' Track 105 Future Medical Careers 11,125 German Club 95 Mixed Choir 125 Pep Club 105 Variety Show 125 Camp Moval 125 Class Secretary 10. ANITA SCHNEIDER - National Honor Society 11,125 Pep Club 9,10,115 Future Leader of Tomorrow 12. I . MARGIE SCHUSTER - Cheerleaders 105 National Honor Society 11,125 A Cappella Choir 11,125 Drama Club 9,10,115 German Club 9,10,115 Madrigal I 11,125 Mixed Choir 105 Ninth Grade.Cho1r 95 Pep Club 9,10,115 Variety Show 10,11,125 Close Up 115 Foreign Exchange 11. J. BARRY SHELDEN - Football 9,10,11,125 Track 9,105 Wrestling 9,10,11,12, Captain 125 Lettermen's Club 11,12, President 125 Variety Show 125 FCA 9,10,11,125 National Honor Society 10,11,12. STACEY SHELTON - Powder uff Football 115 Spanish Club 105 Variety Show 125 FCA 105 Snow Queen Attendant 125 Girls' Track 105 Co-Pilots' Club 10,11,125 Pep Club 11. JEFFREY SHORE - National Honor Society 10,11,125 Peer Counsel- in 11,12. LGRI SHORMAS - Pep Club 9,105 Russian Club 95 Synchronized Swim Club 10. BETH SIEBERT - Pep Club 12. I SHARON SIEMS - Pep Club 9,10,11,125 Swimming Statistician 11,125 National Honor Society 125 American Citizenship Seminar 11. SUE SIGNAIGO COE 12 Spmt Photo rapher 11 TOM SIMONE Motorcycle Club 10 FC 9 Natlonal Honor Socnety 11 12 Football 9 RICH SKAGGS National Honor Soclety 11 12 Football 9 10 Wres tlmg 9 10 KEITH SMITH Concert Band II 10 Swlmmmg 10 Track 10 Con cert Band I 9 JANE M SOLOVIC COE 12 Glrls Golf 10 ELLEN LOUISE SORRELLS Splrlt 11 12 Sports Edltor 12 Stu dent Counc1l9 Qu1ll8z Scroll 11 12 Natlonal Honor Soclety 12 Pllot SCOTT SPASNICK Football 9 Golf 10 11 12 REID SPAULDING Cross Country 91011 12 Captam 12 Track 9 1011 12 Captam 12 Lettermen s Club 9 10 11 12 Natlonal Honor Soclety 11 12 BETH SPENCER Pe Club Class Officer 910 Natlonal Honor Soclety 11 12 Pll0t 12 EIFIS Basketball 910 Glrls Golf 1011 12 JULIA JANE SPENCER Camp Moval 12 Spamsh Club 10 Pilot 1112 Pep Club 1011 HEIDE SPLISGARDT Natlonal Honor Society 11 12 Pep Club 9 10 Camp Moval 10 CHRIS STEF AN Natlonal Honor Soclety 12 SANDRA STIEREN Pep Club 9 Drama Club 9 Close Up 11 Pllot 10 Synchromzed Swlm Club 9 10 11 12 Natlonal Honor Soclety 10 11 12 Varlety Show 9 Co Pllots Club 9 10 11 12 AMY STILWELL Nmth Grade Cholr 9 Concert Band I 9 Mlxed Choir 9 11 Glrls Track 9 10 11 Glrls Volleyball 9 10 11 A Cappella Choir 12 Cheerleaders 10 Pep Band 9 Girls Basketball 9 10 11 Glrls Tenms 9 10 11 Lettermen s Club 10 11 Fayettevllle AR 9 10 11 MIKE STILWELL Basketball 9 10 Football 9 10 11 12 Track 9 1012 Lettermen s Club 11 12 Vlce Presldent 12 Varlety Show 12 FCA 9 10 11 12 DIANNE STOCKHAUSEN Mixed Cholr 10 Nmth Grade Cholr 9 Pep Club 11 12 Camp Moval 12 Amerlcan Cltlzenshlp Semmar 11 Freedom Forum 11 Natlonal Honor Soclety 1112 Pllot 12 Glrls Track 12 French Club 9 10 11 12 PAULA STONE Photography Club 9 Camp Moval 10 Varlety Show 10 12 SANDRA STROH Future Medlcal Careers 10 Bl0l0gy Club 9 Concert Band II 10 Chemlstry Club 11 Co Pllots Club 101112 Concert Band I 9 Class Secretary 11 French Club 11 12 Pep Club 910 Varlety Show 12 Forelgn Exchange 11 Sym phonlc Band 11 12 Natlonal Honor SOClety 11 12 MARK SWINNERTON Varlety Show Student Dlrector 12 Camp Moval 10 11 National Honor Society 11 12 Pxlot Photographer 11 12 Splrlt 11 12 Photographer Co Edltor 12 Student Councll 12 Quill Sz Scroll 11 12 MICHELLE SYRETT Madrngal II 12 Mlxed Cholr 11 Natlonal Honor Soclety 12 Glrls Soccer 12 A Cappella Cholr 12 Jennmgs Hlgh School Jenmngs MO 9 10 11 LORI TANNER Splrlt 9 10 11 12 Busmess Manager 10 11 12 Na tlonal Honor Soclety 12 Lyceum Club 10 Quxll 8: Scroll 11 12 Camp Moval 10 11 Pll0t 9 10 BRUCE TARANTOLA Natlonal Honor Society 12 MELANIE TEBBEN Pep Club 9 10 CINDY THOENES Pep Club 9 Automotlve Repalr 11 Natlonal Honor Soclety 11 12 Pom Pon 9 12 RESA LIN THOMAS French Club 9 10 11 Future Medlcal Careers 10 11 Symphonic Band 9 10 11 Cheerleaders 9 Pep Band 10 Gxrls Volleyball 9 A Cappella Cholr 11 12 Advanced Blology Club 10 11 Concert Band I 9 10 11 Central I-Ilgh School Flat Rlver MO 9 10 11 DENNIS THOMPSON Student Councll 12 A Cappella Cholr Trea surer 11 12 Mlxed Cholr Treasurer 10 Nmth Grade Cholr 9 ThCSpl3D Soclety 11 12 Varlety Show 9 10 11 12 Drama Club 9 10 11 12 Actlv lty Dlrector 12 Pllot 11 12 School Store 12 Spmt 10 11 All School Plays 9 10 11 12 Lyceum Club 10 Madrxgal II 12 MARK THOMPSON Swlmmmg 10 11 Water Polo 11 Symphomc Band 10 1112 Pep Band 10 11 12 MELANIE THOUSAND Pep Club 9 10 11 12 Future Medlcal Ca reers 9 A Cappella Cholr 11 12 Co Pnlots Club 10 12 Mlxed Cholr 10 Nmth Grade Cholr 9 DEBORAH TIMPTE Spamsh Club 9 Varlety Show 9 10 12 Natlon al Honor Society 10 11 12 Pllot 11 12 Glrl s Swlmmmg 9 10 11 12 A gzillppega Cholr 11 12 Drama Club 9 Mixed Cholr 10 Nmth Grade our JANE TINKHAM Nlnth Grade Choir 9 Pep Club 10 11 12 Varlety Show 11 Pom Pon 10 11 12 Squad Leader 12 Co Pllots Club 9 10 Natlonal Honor Soclety 10 11 12 MARY TRAUB Offlce Runner TERRI UEBEL Forelgn Exchange 9 Varlety Show 10 11 12 Pep Club 9 10 11 Mlxed Choxr 10 Nmth Grade Cholr 9 Art Club 9 10 German Club 9 10 Madrlgal I 12 Natlonal Honor Soclety 11 12 Gxrls Track 10 11 12 A Cappella Cholr 11 12 JEFF UPCHURCH Pep Band 11 12 Concert Band I 9 Concert Band II 10 Sym homc Band 11 12 Natlonal Honor Soclety 10 11 12 JAY VAU HAN Track 9 10 Camp Moval 10 MARK J VESSELL Cross Country Manager 10 11 Track Manager BOB VOIGTMANN Wrestlmg 9 10 Lettermen s Club 11 Football 9,10,11 KIRK VOLDING DOE 12 Track 9 10 LIZ VOLLMAR National Honor Society 12 P1101 ll 12 Lopw Pdmr 11 News Edxtor 12 Drama Club 91011 12 All School I laws 9101112 French Club 91011 12 Quill 8. Scroll 11 17 Fhespldn Society 1011 12 Variety Show 1011 12 Student Dlrector ll Stage Manager 12 Close Up 11 Forelgn Exchange I1 CAROL VON RUMP Symphomc Band 10 11 19 Varletv Show 11 1 P Camp Moval 11 12 Forelgn Exchange 11 12 Prom C ommnttee ll I ep Club 910 German V Play 12 Pep Band 1011 19 Bible fluh 1? Concert Band II 9 Co Pnlots Club 910 Orchestra 11 19 Ndtnondl Honor Soclety 10 11 12 KAREN VOORHEES Pep Club 10 BETTY WAARSENBURG Ski Club 10 German C lub 12 Pep C lub 912 Brentwood Hlgh School Brentwood MO 9 10 11 GARY WACK COE 12 Natlonal Honor Soclety 1011 19 ROBYN WAGNER Commumtv Contests 12 Splrlt Queen Court 19 National Honor Soclety 1011 12 Blble Club 10 11 Pep Club 9101112 School Store 12 Qulll Sc Scroll 1011 Co Pnlots Club 91011 12 S amsh Club 910 Synchromzed Swlm Club 12 Varletv Show 11 12 amp Moval 10 11 Sp1r1t10 11 Classes Fdntor 10 Facultv Edltor 11 Student Councnl 12 STEPHANIE WAGNER Nmth Grade Cholr 9 Madrlgal I 19 A Cappella Cholr 1112 Mlxed Cholr 10 Natlonal Honor Socletx 17 Varlety Show 10 12 TRACEY WALDEN Natxonal Honor So lety 11 12 Girls Track 12 Gymnastlc Intramurals 11 12 ART WALTHER Forensics 10 11 12 Rlfle Club President 10 11 19 Student COUHCII 10 Football Asslstant Manager 9 Chess Club 10 KLSR 9 10 11 12 News Director 12 National Honor SOC16tN 12 Pilot KERRY WARD Natnonal Honor Soclety 11 French Club 9 VICKI WARD Pep Club 9 10 Spamsh Club 11 KATHLEEN WATSON Varletv Show 12 Drama Club 10 Pep Club 10 11 Cheerleaders 9 10 11 Natnonal Honor Socnetv 12 WALTER L WEBER Wrestlmg 10 Northwest Hlgh School House Sprmgs MO 9 MICHAEL WEISS Camp Moval 11 12 PAMELA A WELHOELTER National Honor SOCl9tV 12 CONNIE WEPFER School Carnlval 10 Varlety Show 11 12 Prom 9 10 German Club 9 Orchestra 9 10 11 12 CHRISTY WESTEMAYER Actxvltles 12 MARK WESTFALL DOE 12 Wrestlmg 10 Camp Moval 1012 South County Tech St Louls MO 11 LINDA ANNE WHITMORE All School Plavs 12 RUSSIBD Club 9 Natlonal Honor SOCl9ty 12 KATHERINE WIEGERT Varlety Show 9 10 12 A Cappella Chou' 11 12 Drama Club 12 French Club 9 10 Mlxed Cholr 10 Nmth Grade Choir 9 CONNIE WIESEHAN Pep Club 9 10 Variety Show 12 JEFF WILL Close Up 11 Natlonal Honor SOC16ty 1112 Cross Country 10 Track 9 10 11 12 Russlan Club 11 12 Treasurer 12 Van ety Show 11 Camp Moval 9 10 TIM WILLIAMSON Golf 9 10 11 19 THERESA WILMOT Natlonal Honor Socletv 12 Pep Club 9 10 11 JOANN WILSON COE 12 GARY WOLK Orchestra 9 10 11 12 Chamber Orchestra 10 11 17 THERESA WOLZ N3tlOH3l Honor SOCl6tV 10 11 12 French Club 10 11 12 MARIANNE WROBLE Natlonal Honor Soclety 101119 PIIOI 11 12 Drama Club 11 12 Spamsh Club 10 HELEN WUCHERPFENNIG Close Up 11 Natlonal Honor Socletx 11 12 All School Plays 12 French Club 12 Pxlot 12 Varletv Shovs 12 Drama Club 12 German Club 9 10 12 Pep Club 10 PATRICIA ANN WYATT COE 12 ANNETTE YAHL Natlonal Honor SOCl9tV 12 SUSAN G YOUNG Camp Moval 10 Class Presldent 9 Presldent Q Club 9 Drama Club 12 Envlronmental Problems Club 9 10 11 12 Pep Club 9 Varlety Show 12 Natlonal Wfltlng Contest 11 Natlonal Honor Soclety 12 French Club 12 CAROL ZEISER Glrls Fxeld Hockex 9 1011 17 Captam 12 Cxrle Track 10 TERYL ZIKES Pep Club 9 10 11 Natlonal Honor SOCl9tX 10 11 12 Co Pllots Club 10 11 LYNN ZIMMERMAN Cheerleaders 9 Natnonal Honor SOCl9tX 1112 Drama Club 10 Pep Club 10 MARIE ZINSELMEIER Natlonal Honor Socxetw 12 French Club 9 0 - Q E . - ' , . . 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' 1 9 1 L l SPIRIT EDITORS Editor-In-Chief Cynthia Maurer Athletics Barb Carey Ellen Sorrells Business Lori Tanner Greg Jones Clubs Cheryl Boettcher Peg Leisher Educators Mary Ellen Steck Literary Kathy Bull Regina Lederle Sue Patton Photography Tom Heine Mark Swinnerton Ken Warren SPIRIT STAFF Business Bart Hildreth X-swQ PMVP Hopefully, within these 280 pages the SPIRIT staff has reflected the many directions life takes an individual, as well as produce a yearbook that will serve as a personal reminder of all the fun, laughter, disappointments, and downfalls of the 1976-1977 school year. Many people have done much to put this yearbook together. I would like to express my deepest apprecia- tion to Mrs. Lois Warfel, who did not have an easy job, but who made the job easier with her understanding, humor, and knowledge of the people and yearbook. I would also like to thank Jamie Bullard, Barb Carey, Connie Dr Dressel, Regina Lederle, and Ellen Sorrells. Without their en- ergy, creativity, and drive, this year- book would not have been possible. Thanks is also due to all the staff members and everyone involved with the SPIRIT. To this years staff, have a great future, To next years staff, good luck, and have success and fun. Cynthia Maurer Editor-In-Chief '77 ...- , Acknowledgements Mrs. Lois Warfel, SPIRIT Adviser . . . Dr. Le- Roy Amen, Principal . . . Mr. Tony Lema, Ath- letic Director . . . Mr. Fred Kienker, Supply Of- ficer Secretaries Conselors Princi- pals . . . Mr. Jim Comb . . . His Secretary Doris Mrss Sophie Parashak and the Photogra- phers, Vincent Price Studios . . . Mr. John Ad- ams, Underclassmen Photographer . . . 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