Morton High School - Cauldron Yearbook (Morton, IL)

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How- ever, when placed between two pieces of bread, you will notice an outstanding taste sensation. It's called pastrami on rye. Clhe catch is to add lettuce.D You can't munch it, crunch it, wear it, tear it, read it, or feed it. And it is absolutely Worthless for house-breaking your dog. OK, Smart guy, what is a Bicentennial? It is our country's 200th anniversary, and we are celebrating it by recalling historic events. Mrs. Betty Fugitt Business teacher It represents an era of growing and learning. Dale Tharp Junior It is our 200th anniversary of staying in "business for so long. Lora Gillan Freshman No more Bicentennial minutes on T. V. anonymous It means having a different design on the quarter. Tom Soutenborough Senior 7 k 5" " b A In the name of the best within us - -Ayn Rand Atlas Shrugged 'G s :gf N The Spirit of '76 is star- ing America in the face and they are staring back with dread. They are sick of see- ing, hearing and avoiding Spirit of '76, Why? Perhaps America doesn't know what the Spirit of '76 is. It isn't a i monster ready to devour us. The Spirit of '76 is not the rabid, feverish patriotism of a Patrick Henry. . .it is a quiet reasoned determination. . . to preserve a way of life. --Carl Becker, Spirit of '76 It is a feeling or dedication that our forefathers had to keep on fighting the British to gain the freedom we now enjoy. - -anonymous The Spirit of '76 means the triumph of overcoming the British 7 it in 1776 to develop this nation as if free designated by the Declaration TSBB. of Independence. - -Mark Zimmerman Junior The Spirit of '76 is a very patriotic feel- ing of how great our country is. . . and a feeling for its past history. --Mrs. Betty Fugitt Business teacher Today, the Spirit of '76 can be defined as a commitment for each American to better his country in any way he can. - -anonymous To me, it means that we should each make a commitment to do what we can to keep our country strong and growing. --Mrs. Jolene Kaufman Spanish teacher K qu ' f--as - v'.I x v --. 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" ' I 4-1 . . - 31, ., , , .,.. . . : ,,, .gg- ,. , v X ., - . W1 iz., ,NLT , - ...J V ., . .,. Fr-QL-J.. .3 .. ,.4MJ...:1l. . 15 A week was filled with assemblies, excitement, unmatched people, cos- tumed teachers, and floats. That week was Homecoming '75. Wednesday's assembly featured skits by Pep Club, Seniors, and cheerleaders. Teachers got involved as they portrayed what they'd do if they weren't teachers. Mr. Kimmey: fnaturlichj Matt Dillon Mrs. Fugitt: Kitty fMatt's wifej Mr. Good and Mr. Pierce: singer and guitarist Mrs. Walker: Playboy bunny Mr. Coulter: water skier Mr. Lindley: farmer Other teachers dressed as "Mouseketeers. " I-logettes, a group of male cheerleaders also performed. Thursday was Mix and Unmatched day. During the evening Pep Rally, a cheering contest was held. Four guys, representing each class, took positions on ladders. Students yelled chants. The class who yelled the loudest allowed their man to move up the ladder. The result: the first to reach the top, got pie in the face. The lucky one: junior Eric Peterson. Friday was the Homecoming parade. Floats, car displays, and walkers showed their concept of "Patriotism--the Spirit of '76. " Morton won the game against U-High that evening. Saturday afternoon was the 1975 Cauldron signing party. That evening featured the formal dance with "The Other Side" performing. Patriotism - The Spirit Of '76 f U7 ' f V XV 1 v 3 Q Chri KC ' Reader's T heatre: A Chrzslmas Carol " Reader's Theatre is not merely an actor reading a script in a drab, monotone voice. It is an oral interpre- tation of the reader in which he uses vocal and facial expressions to portray different characters. One of the readers describes Reader's Theatre as a drama l that requires "1ots of work because it takes practice to get the expression in your words and face." "A Christmas Carol" by Charles Dickens was adapted for the Reader's Theatre production this year. The facul- ty directors were Mr. Pierce and Mrs. Coon. 7 r .1..., , 1 Nan-atoms were Amy Zobrist, Carol Perry, Meg Shane, and Diana Cook. 2 Don Foley played Scrooge. 3 Jay Milligan was Scrooge's nephew and the ghost of Christmas present. Scott Clark played the young Scroogeg rw 5. 9 . Shelly Deifelmeier was Fan, Scrooge's sisterg and Sue Wittmer was Scrooge's former fiance. 4 Tom Quevillon was the boy in the street and Steve Henriksen played Mar1ey's ghost, while Mary Draeger was the gentlewoman. .LL C . L.: Q . A- K 'X f.. ,fl I. 'al :fix Qxxx nt - 5 Lori Abner was Mis. Cratchet, Rick Myers was Mr. Cratchet and Charlotte Yordy, Tom Stoutenborough and Pat Kizer were the Cratchet children. George Washington Slept Here Standing: jay Getz as Mr. Kimber, Kathy Douglas, Pam Smith as Katie, Karen Olinger as Hester, Kevin Moushon as Mr. Prescott. Seated: Scott Bartelmay as Steve Eldridge, Kathy Olinger as Madge Fuller, Amy Zobrist as Annabelle Fuller, Doug Roberts as Newton Fuller, and Raino Trifonoff as Uncle Stanley. Linder as Miriam Wilcox, Kendall Beck- with as Tommy Hughes, Dana Arnett as Raymond, Sue Wittmer as Rena Leslie, Brent Burns as Clayton Evans, jay Milli- gan as Leggett Frazer, Carolyn Perry as Sue Barrington, Desma Davis as Mrs. 1 1 Mr. and Mrs. Fuller 1Amy Zobrist and Doug Roberts, try to "butter up" Uncle Stanley fRaino Trifonoffl in an attempt to save the home in which George Washington supposedly slept. 2 Hester fKaren Olingerj, unhappy with the requirements of her job, slams a glass of tea down in front of one of the Fuller's visitors, Miss Rena Leslie fSue Wittmerj. Mrs. Full- er fAmy Zobristj watches. 3 After the chase, Mr. Fuller fDoug Robertsj finally gets his hands on ,Raymond fDana Arnettl to spank him for his obnox- ious behavior. "George Wash- ington Slept Here" is a comedy about a family who moves from a city apart- ment to a 200 year old house in the cotuitry. Newton Fuller has pur- chased the old house without con- sulting the rest of his family and can't understand why his wife Annabelle doesn't share his enthusiasm for their new home. After all, they finally have a place of their own where they can be close to nature, and an add- ed bonus is that it is a place with a history. "Why! Legend has it that George Washington himself actually slept in the very house Newton Fuller has pur- chased. Yet Anna- belle isn't impress- ed, and she is even less impressed when she sees how run down the house is, finds out they have no water, and is informed that they will have to spend lots of money to keep insects from destroying the na- tural beauty around them. To make matters worse, the Fullers have to put up with an unfriend- ly neighbor, obnox- ious relatives, and a daughter-snatch- ing actor. Student direc- tors for the play were: Jan Prodehl, Dave Price, and Scott Vermillion. 1 Mrs. Fuller KATHY Zobristj learns that Mr. Fuller fDoug Robertsj can't keep up the payments on their property and wonders what to do. 2 Mrs. Douglas QDesma Davisj, deceived by Raymond lDana Arnettj, gives him the original map of the Fuller place. 3 Mr. Kimber Uay Getzj drinks in order to forget his troubles about losing the house. Now the family is unable to raise the SS, OOO to pay off the mortgage. 4 Mr. and Mrs. Fuller QDoug Roberts and Amy Zobristj are surprised by Mr Kimber's Uay Getzj "good news" that they must spray their trees for bugs. This is indeed, an unexpected expense. 5 Uncle Stanley fRaino Trifonoffj suggesis bluntly to the family lAmy Zob- rist, Doug Roberts, Ken- dall Beckwith, Dana Arn- ett, Jay Milliganj that Raymond ought In be disciplined. 1 Mr. Kimber Uay Getsj makes a fine caretaker since he's such a fast, hard worker. 2 The cast of "George Washington Slept Here" present- ed 17 roses, one from each member, to Miss Amdor, faculty director, at the final performance of the play. 3 Jazz Band provided musical interludes for the audience Members include: Mike Dierks, Chuck Rinkenberger, Craig Mason, Barry Clark, Marc Mills, Greg Wenndt, Melissa Bolam, Chip Meiner, Steve Thompson, Joel Grimm, Melissa Krantz, Rachel Peters. The band was directed by Mr. Kiesler. at 21 Turnczboul x. rf. , I ..,:g,f KA, fggjh .w C . 1 11 ,, . fi .. ' .lf Stairway T0 Heaven Talent Show 1 Lee McHenry impersonates Groucho Marx as he serves as Master of Cere- monies for the Ml-IS Talent Show. 2 Janeen Stout did a ballet routine to "Marrid" from Cabaret. 3 The duet "Two Lost Souls" from the movie "Damn Yankees" was perv- formed by Marla Arnett and Mark Strubhar. 4 A barbershop quartet performed "Lyda Rose" from the musical "Music Man". Members of the quartet are: Mark Strubhar, Kirk Moser, Jim Crecelius and Ken Vogel. 5 Going back to the gay '90s with "Yes, Sir, That's My Baby," a boys' octet composed of: jason Fox, Kirk Moser, Mark Strubhar, Doug DeVore jim Crecelius, Terry Allen, Ken Vogel, and Lee Mcl-Ienry perform in the variety show. .1 !1..zv : , 1 Ja 5 15 rf ,Q PV 3 i A N X w rj, A 3-I. L-,,-lv, , V M, eh- .'J'W,3? ' , t ' 11' V Q . M W fLf.'77 :iii W 797-, 5 ' 1 M821 L- 1--ua -- A 4. ..4.. Another Prom has come and gone, but with it have come memories that will never fade away. This year's theme was "Knights in White Satin" P and the decorations supported 'A it with an image of medieval I ,.-...--, -iff -, if surroundings. The royalty reigning over the festivities were: Brent Reddish and Becky Ogden, attendantsg King Glenn Stieglitz and Queen jane Dono- vang Rich Benes and Diane Drebes, attendants. JA---s Knights In White Satin 1 f V41 Qi? Awards ssembl y 1 Representing the Madrigals, Scott Schafer and Marla Arnett present Mr. Patterson with the trophy their group earned in competition at the Interna- tional Music Festival in Hawaii. 2 Miss Maurer recognizes Stan Ogden as the MHS Journalist of the Ye ar for his dedicated work on the school news- papers. 3 Miss Studinger presented senior scholar ships to Nina Werder, Debbie Hamilton, Wendy Perrow, and Steve Ward. 4 Trish Taylor receives recognition for her work on Student Council by Mr. Hootman. Q f 1 Q A N As 'P ev! sei by I If H i. Hr, I ax :- 4 L ig.. D- I. ,. H' Z N. ul I 1-Q 1- -S--..,,, - A' fn? 63 - . ... .- 1 a.. 'Li ,f ., 2i3wa,as25..b KF rf xv dv, U Q-N5 5.5 ff I. W EQ S1 'Q X 'JK X 'INS , ,Z-ru-A 7- 13" .1-.. V1 '4 ml' if . X 'J ii is lit 7 t Z 'T 1 Announcing the class of 1976! 2 Mr. Rupprecht watches his last Morton graduation. Steve Boerckel and Linda Buehrer seriously proceed up the aisle. 3 Dwight Woodbridge, Diane Uohansenj Applegren, Sandy Bau- man, and Mike Batson attentively Class Graduation is many things to many graduates. To some it is an accomp- lishment, to others it is a goal, to some it is a step from adolescene to adult- hood and to others a time of uncertainty. But most graduates will agree that graduation is a time to reflect on unforgettable memories. listen to the graduation speakers. 4 Slowly and with dignity the Class . . i of '76 enter and await the beginn ng of ceremonies. 5 The senior choir performs and wishes the class well with "Now Sing We All This Day" and "May The lord Bless You And Keep You. V -1. 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Varsity cheerleaders are: Carol Dresden, Renee DeSollar, Crystal Ackerman, Cindy Cali, Kim Strimk, and Cherie Wenniger. is mg 1' W , . fx 4 , , ,yd qw : .- 1 x 1 Q X 6 A at .1 V ,. , .,.-m... -K, . NA. f Y ,lr ........,,Qk X, ,J .. 45" ,, X :V -' f-.xi'1:. g, js ' fig- glim i l -W3 R. A ' 55 1 ,ifh .lv- S L? , , H 1? 'F 1 R aims-La ' . noezs 9 We i r ,nf , E Junior Varsity Cheerleaders fTop To Bottom, Carol Dexheimer, Laura Stucky, Tracey DeSo1lar, Sue Johnmn. On Left: Erin Clark, On Right: Pam Perdue. Drill Team During half time at football and bas- ketball games and during parades, sixteen selected girls bearing gray and red pompoms march out to entertain the crowds. These girls are the 1976 drill team: Front: Sue Yordy, Karen Olinger, Kim DeVan, Laurie Merritt, Middle: Kathy Linder, Valerie Klunk, Terry Dial, Toni Behme, Ruth Gog- gins. Back: Beth Werder, Karen Leach, Rhonda Kaufman, Kim Williamson, Justine Loercher, Sue Stucky, Mary Spahr. Varsity Football Finishing with a 3-6 record, varsity The season started dismally as Mon- football brought a disappointing season ton lost its first four games. The out- this year. But the three victories came look for the rest of the season went from in the clutch. All three were conference bad to hopeless when haliback Ron Tohn games and Morton won Homecoming, broke his leg against St. Bede. beating U High in a squeaker, 14- 12. Row 1: Barney Perkins, Glen Parrot, Gib Rapp, Eric Opperman, Bob Kaufman, Bruce Kodatt, Mark Munarelli, Mike Cooper, Rick White, Steve Kodatt. Row 2: Rob Knisley, Mike Yordy, Dick Mo- loney, Tim Magary, Paul Johnson, Mark Bugaeiski, Dave Fuehring, Bob Miller, Larry Shafer, Tim Witzig, Tony Miller, Curt McDonough, Bruce Houle, Phil Coach McDonald, Coach Muzzarelli. Owens, Fred Nepollelo. Row 3: Coach Row 4: Bruce Koke, Cody Weinstein, Schupp, Coach Feely, Gordon Foster, Chuck Brentz, Bob Foster, Doug Roberts, Ray Moushon, Jeff Adair, Steve Klunk, Brent Reddish, Ron Tohn, Steve Kindred, Tom Woerner, Bruce Wacker, Phil Fort, Mark Eldridge, Rick Lee . xi to X Sophomore The sophomore's record doesn't exactly tell the true story of their season. "Record wise, we didn't do as well as I would have liked, but we accomplished a great deal on football skills, " said Coach Steve Schupp. The sophomores started out the season well winning their first two out of four games. But, then injuries an , W, and illnesses took their toll. The worst injury was a broken Row 1: Stuart Schroeder, Neal Case, Kurt Kar- Owens, Mark Reecy. Row 3: Coach Schupp, arm suffered by starting quar- nes, Pat Brewster, Tony Ingles, Dick Foster, Lee McHenry, Scott Michael, Brian Erickson, terback 102 Grant. While Steve Aberle. Row 2: Carl Miller, Joe Foster, Vic Runyon, Steve Klunk, Dave Bayless, Dave healthy, the hogs averaged Doug Foster, Bob Howland, Mark Houle, Pat Driscoll, Bob Sollberger, Tom Ledvina. about 300 yards a game. Li' S A dll F i "S ee . - ' , g 2 so ' A M .Q -9 ' S is " ' u f' r ' f 9 ' 11 'I' , Q4-'fl' ' 'vo' r -s f e T new Q ,,"':-Wit - 5 '-B!"ff.,i': L' 3' -,7"' Lx 7' " --H Pi . E - ev Q e - ' s" 4 'f' S. f . . T - liz' . , ' ," 5'-' ree-25-A:-4r1f7GIe:: f f' ftsarft 41: xp fl:-ajgi 44 T i 75 v I ug ' 7, I ' I ' , Q - K Q ,r x .1 x ' W If Q K ' V if .N 1 , f .I , t ,N , ' 1 X f'-' ,r.,f'l,!5 J A ' ,I N. ' B 4 899 ' Y 1 - 'lk .... Row 1: Tim Epkins, David Ferguson, Tom Shafer, Tod Bon- ham, Eric Shillie, jeff Lynch, Daryl Beeler, Dana Arnett, Drew Cali, Dave Park, Scott Wamer, Bob Roman, Coach Pierce. Row 2: Steve Morrison, jay Fox, Ken Vogel, Jeff Zitt- rich, Mike Oyer, Dean Litherland, Paul Owens, Rocky justice, Robert Bratland, Allen Heth, Bill Stetzel, Tim Runyon, Coach Weachter. Row 3: Dave Blair, Dick Foster, Pat Keene, Steve Barbier, Brent Martin, Marty Brown, Mark Davis, Jim Dobbel- aire, Rick Craven, Terry White, Dennis Lowery, Row 4: Jay Milligan, Bob Doane, Brady Reddish, Ed Zell, Neil DiArgo. John Ackerman, Mark Clasen, Craig Baum, George Taylor, Dave McCanless, Wally Reed, Bob Bodnar. Freshman Even though the freshman squad had a losing record of 1-6, they still gained exper- ience. The team's hard work paid off when they defeated Cen11'al Catholic for their first wing 30-6. As the sea- son continued, the team learned many of the basic fundamentals of the ame and prepared themselves for the oncoming season next fall. Varsity Tennis The Varsity tennis team, coached by Lee Powers, enjoyed a whining 10-8 record. They took big victories over Wood- ruff, Limestone, and Manual shutting them all out 9-0. After a slow 3-6 start, the Potters put it together for four straight wins toward their final record. Co-captains Tim Witzig and Kyle Christ- iansen went to state, but they lost early in the meet. J- V Tennis The Fresh-Soph team had a positive season. Their 6-1 winning record gave the team the assur- ance for a successful sea- son next year. With players Rick Lacy and Mike McCaffer15f return- ing, next year's season holds promise. The JV team lost their only match. Front: Rick Lacy, Dick Tuneff, Tim Clark, Paul Johnson, Mark Getz. Back: Coach Powers, Alan Connor, Steve Gunter, john Gibson, Tim Witzig, Kyle Christiansen, Bob Hertenstein. Front: Troy Clark, Jeff Gibson, Doug Barton, Dave jones, Rick Lacy. Back: Coach Powers, Mike McCafferty, Glen Rinker, Jay Getz, Bob Hertenstein. Kneeling: Kim Kelley, Denise LeVar, Nancy Novel, Beth Pile, Beth Landes, Teri Behme, Nancy Koehler, Tobey Yerby. Back: Pat Moler, Brenda Hufford, Coach Stuckey Girls' Tennis The girls' extra-mural tennis team had a very suc- cessfulseason.dns year. The team, coached by Mrs. Carol Stuckey, played in ten meets and sent top singles and doubles players to the Bloomington District Tourna- ment. Led by top player Beth Landes, the girls' finished the '75 season with seven wins, two losses, and one -tie. smores wms Lossus "A ' Bell' Landvs 9 I Record 7 wins. 2 losses. I lic TC", Bchmv 6 4 MORTON OPPONENTS SCORE Jusunc Locrcher I I 3 Blonnnnnlnn 4, Nancy Novel 0 l 5 Mnsnn City 0 Kim Kfllvy 0 I 1 Pekin o Bclh Pile l 0 3 Righwggdg 3 Tobey Ycfby I 0 5 Ein Peoria 1 DO'-'Bl-ES Z Normal 5 l-'Vi'ffHufford 8 I 7 Ccnlral Catholic 0 KcllCylKOChlcr 7 J 5 U High I NovcllPilc 7 3 5 Cnnlnn I YCFPWMUICV 7 I 5 Washington I 0llcrlKchr 1 I I : 5,2 1 X Y fl' N l',h if l '1"a fa? . f N ' lx , Y ' "fill: 7 x ul 2 Q xx, ff ,. 4" s..:::::55E ,. ,E:::::::: I llnlunv y . Vx .4 P A 'L -' . : , fu. 1' X I I ' .. -I fx n rj kU'0f,,. X ., W ,IWVII K n lxx 21. 4? 1 X w 711 itbkh U , Kneeling: Scott Rassi, Barry Rapp, Greg Strauss, Richard Myers, Tom Martin Bill Davis Scott Bob Williams, Jim Huffman, Mark Reinken, Stover, Scott johnson, Jim Hams, Coach Repp- Roger Deterding, Jim Payne, and David Jones. linger G01 X u A - I 1 c Q M M "We had a young team we played very well, " summarized Coach Repplin- golf reigns for the first time. With only one senior on the team the Varsity Potters shot to 7 wins 7 losses and 2 ues MHS hosted the HOI Tournament and placed 4th, In the concluding District Tournament the Potters placed 12th out of 20 teams. Tom Martin, who received the team's MVP honors shot a 77 as high for MHS in the District meet. MHS jtmior Varsity squad showed an outstanding record of 11 wins and 1 tie. "These boys shot well and they show good promise for next year. " Back: Dan Chismark, Larry Stevig, Gene Borman, 4' but ,vs 4' gers, who was behind the 0 It . . ss? S 4 , I X 1 K , U v4 5 ' , 5 , . . 5 E X , 5 x 3 -a. N Repplinger said. 4 bl X 'X at -' A Front: Tom Stone, jim Ritthaler, Phil King, Pat Smith, Keith Krolak. Back: Coach Smith, Randy Belsley, Kyle Christiansen, Mike Getz, Andy Edgar, Rob Anthony, jeff Gibson, jim Ackerman, and Ben Unger. Cross- Country As the saying goes, "Some- times you win, sometimes you lose. " But for the Varsity Cross-Country team, it seemed as if the wins were too few and too far between. But as the say- ing goes, sometimes you DO win. Varsity squad took vic- tories from Bloomington and Canton. They finished third at the Pumpkin Festival and fifth in the I-IOI Conference. F rash - Soph Cross Country The Fresh-Soph Cross Coimtry team got off to a good start towards their 6-4 winning season. Midway through the season, they boasted a 4-1 record. They took seventh Egigeain l Kneeling: Phil Locknrood, Mike Getz! Rich Smith, Glen Rinker: Standing: Left To Bight ' h . . 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'f"'f15l'ii511S'Q!1111'1 1lf 15?1 412i' 11, 111 iff 1 11'1 1 1 ,Q if"f4i1"?"i1?'iWf'Fi0I111E31,1 1,1 if if fifhhif m 1' A L f HOT 1-1 111 1 - X W if 1 i., 111 1,1 ,, k -22 122 11111 11 Q, 1 5 ' ,1.1. K 1 1 Kneeling: Coach Schupp, Coach Reiser, Coach Tom Stone Todd Vetter Bob Foster Mike Muzzarelli. Standing: Dan Kath, Dave Kraft B111 Welsh Steve Kindred Rod Warmer Clay Elward Davis, Scott Mandrell, Carl Rich, Eric Peterson and Manager joe Martens ei 4 ' Varszt y 6 . ..... . Basketball ,7 The varsity basketball 1 , team enjoyed its winningest I, season in the school's history. 5 ,: ,' Going all the way to the sec- I, 1' tional championship, the Pot- l3'l fy ,' ters finished the season with a 5 ll If 21-5 record. X 1: 1 "We were able to accomp- I I X I I I' lish what we did because of ,' X : gf teamwork," said Coach Rei- ,' X1 V' ser. What Morton did accomp- dif 'J lish was beating Bloomington Central Catholic for the con- ference championship and then going on to beat Pekin sending the Potters to sectional. Al- though Morton had good over all size, Morton did not have the big man that is considered so essential to a winning team. 5 . Kneeling: jeff Bohlen, Coach Schupp, and Bugaeiski, Ben Pflederer, jim Harris, Joel Steve Kimmey. Standing: Stewart Schroeder, Grimm, Kevin Bontemps, Bill Martin, Jay Tracy Grimm, Bill Engberg, Roger Rue, Larry Getz. Stevig, Doug Draer, Andy Kaufman, Mike Sophomore Basketball Finishing with a record of 15-6 and taking fourth place in the Limestome Tournament, the sophomores experienced a good over-all season. "I didn't know at the begin- ning if we could do that well, " said Coach Schupp. It didn't take long to find out, however, as the sophs won their first ten games. Morton made it to the con- solation game of the sophomore championship where they lost to Quincy by two points on a last second shot--in a triple over- time game. .Pg , . my " 6 -, -kb Kneeling: jay Schnarr, Todd Stegmaier, Dick Fos- Rocky justice, Mark Burnham, Steve Waidbel, Brian ter, Jeff Gibson, Scott Berger, Rob Anthony, Drew Erickson, Mike McCafferty, Greg Garrison, Bob Cali, john Ackerman, Dana Arnett. Standing: Doane, Dan Chismark, Coach Muzzarelli. Freshman Basketball The freshman enjoyed a successful basketball season this year that ended pretty much the way it started--with the Potters winning. But the final win had more significance. Their 49-48 win over Washington made the Potter the freshman tournament champs, "Thats' a big part of it, " said coach Gene Muuerelli, refering to the champ- ionship. But, more important, he felt that the first year basketball playels learned what's expected of them. Team A Basketball--Kneeling: Beth Pile, Teri Var, Cheryl Irmen, Beth Landes, Mary Cleve Behme, Laura Williams, Brenda Hufford, Sta- land, Pat Moler, and Coach Stuckey. cey Withmore. Back: Nancy Novel, Denise La- Girls Basketball Girls' basketball squad placed second in the Heart of Illinois Conference. The squads improvements were shown by their record of 12 and 6forAtea.m and7and4 for B team. According to Coach Stuck- ey, "This year the girls pulled together to work. This was the hardest working group of girls we've ever had. We're losing five seniors and three were of the starting five for A squad. y There are girls with the abil- ity to take their places." 1 ,e.,9. . '9 ' xy Team B Basketball--Kneeling: Melanie Sayem Cindy Schimmelpfenning, Cindy Schafer, Christy Yerby, Lunn Dillard, Pam Schmidt, Prenda Claywitter, Lynn Krolak. Standing: Tobey Yerby, Dawn Lope- man, Sue Wagner, Melissa Krantz, Jody Stinson, Jill Shinall, Lauri Jones, Sue Kent, Coach Stuckey. Wrestling Cheerleaders Wrestling takes a great deal of strength and sta- mina. To help the wrest- ling team out, cheerlead- ers lead the crowds in loud, encouraging cheers. Varsity Cheerleadexs: Top To Bot- tom: Chris Berta, Kim Kathy, Becky Ogden, jane Ferguson, Con- nie Martinie, Vickie Henning. IV Cheerleadexss Back: Kim Olinger, Christy Rhodes, Heidi Wacker. Front: Kathy Dalinger, JoAnn Kirk, Diane Gibson. .- -- A ,zz fra, -' Front Randy Castaneda Doug Cmgench Bob Ber Coach Coulter Erick Glaser, Vern Austin, Craig nard Jim Ackerman Glen Stieghtz Scott Witzig Lynn Tim Magary, Mark Zimmerman, Tom Woe- Mark Donovan Lee Burnham John Hauter Back ner Jeff Adair, Bruce Koke, Manager Mike Risinger. Varsit y Wrestlers 'The varsity grapplers made a fine showing this year finishing with a record of 14-4 1. The season started Very shakily. After eight meets the Potter's record stood at 3-4-1. But, the Potter's 26-22 loss to Chillicothe was the last as Morton won their last 11 games. As a finale for a suc- cessful season, Eric Glaser, Bruce Koke, and Glenn Stieg- litz went to the district meet to win the district champion- ship for Morton. Sophomore wrestlers: Front: Brad Braker, Tim Gin- Coach Nannen, Mike Badgerow, Mike Dierks, Barry gerich, Ed Glaser, Randy Drummond, Craig Hilli- Clark, Tim Shively, Chuck Riunkenberger, Kevin ard, Brent Yordy, Manager Eric Schillie. Back: Moushon. Freshman wrestlers: Front: jeff Berta, Dave nen, Neil D'Argo, Greg Wenndt, Mark Cla- Park, Greg Bryan, Dave Miller, Jeff Morton, sen, Greg Wabel, George Taylor, Darwin Tom Schafer, Darell Beeler, Terry White, Tuffensamer, Steve Poirot, Jay Milligan, Mike Oyer, John Huber. Back: Coach Nan- Pat Keenen, Manager Eric Schillie. Sophomore And Freshman Wrestling 'l"he sophomore and freshmen wrestlers both finished with winning sea- sons, the sophs ending 7-4 and first year wrest- lers 5-4. After a slow start, the sophs ended their season with four consecutive wins and took fifth at the La- Salle Tournament. In the HOI Conference, they placed third. The freshmen also ended on a four-win string after a dismal 1-4 start. The freshmen ended the season by taking fourth in the Woodruff Tournament. X'. ,y it f", ...I- B Team: Kneeling: Mary Cleveland, Janeen Regnier, Beth Pile, Amy Novel. Back: Cathy Emmons, Nancy Hermann, Cindy Schimmelpfennig, Lauri jones, Brenda Hufford, Christy Yerby. rli A Team: Kneeling: Dawn Michael, Teri Behxne, Cindy Schafer. Back: Cheryl Irmen, Beth Landes, Sue Wagnor, Denise LeVar. Volleyball The girls' volleyball team have shown their strength by placing second in the Heart of Illinois Conference. The A Team finished the season with an 11-4 record, and the B team ended with a record of 10-4. Ula m. ..,, lb-L. Front: Tobey Yerby, Dawn Michael, Nina Werder, Beth Pile, Jody Stinson, Beth Landes, Kim Kelley Debbie Hamilton, Kim DeVan, Vicki Dimon, Kathy Kelley, Janeen Regnier. Nancy Koehler. Back: Coach Key, Laurie Jones, 9,3 Badminton To complete their ninth undefeated season, the badminton team really work- ed hard and came a long way from their first practice and first meet against Springfield High. "We really didn't have anyone come close to beating us this year. The girls are pulled together with great team spi- rit, " Key said. Heart Of Illinois Champions Nine U The greatest feat was wining the Heart of Illinois Conference and bringing home the Hrst place trophy. Record: ll wins, 'I losses MORTON vs scoRE Peoria Central I6-20, 4-20 . ann Pennn is-zo.2i-19. 2-20 Rmfdf 10 W111S- 4 108505 Rininvnnns zo s,2o1-1 MORTON VS SCORE Pekin zo 1, ie-zo, zo 1 Peoria CCFW1 15-211 7-20 Canton nazi, 24116. I4-20 154151 M111 14-20- 7120 WC 20, 4' 20, 1 Rnchwoods I2-20, 20-18, 20-I2 Mennnnn. zaiz, zo o 1"1"'1 20 6- 2012 Pontiac 20. 5. 20. 2 Canton I4-20, 20- 7. 20- 7 U. High 25-21, zona, zona 'VC 20 2- 20 8 Washington 20-16. I0-20, I6-20 Metamora l'I-20, 20-12, I3-20 ainnnnnginn 11-zo. is-zo 1'0"1'?f 20 4- 2016 lvc 20. 9' 20. 1 U- H1Ei1 20-IS, I9-21. 2046 Metamora 20- 7' lg,20' 20,12 Washington 20-I2, 5,10, 20-I5 U- High 20.13. 20.12 Bloomington 20- 3. 7-20. 20-ll w,si,i,,8,.-,,, 1-zo. zi-19. zoii WC h 20-13-20 7 Olympia zona. 14-zo, zo- 1 Olymp-2 20- 9. 20-I1 Washingggn I3-20. 20-18, 5-20 Washington I8-20, 20-IS, I8-20 Dgg.Mack 20-I8, B-20. I4-20 Undefeated Seasons Record ll wins, 0 losses MORTON OPPONENTS Springfield High Mason City Pekin Pontiac East Peoria Dee-Mack Normal Richwoods Springlleld SE University High Conference Champs SCORE Badminton 5 'I 6 0 9 IVC 0 9 0 5 1 5 2 6 0 7 0 7 0 5 I S 2 F rosh Basketball V ' B k b 11 Record 7- zo ants. is tosses a MOTRON OPPONENT SCORE 55 Metamora 30 Record II utns. 5 losses I UU 76 E351 PC0143 54 Moitrorst OPPONENT Scotts int -tv testi Peoria 43 50 Rtchwoods 77 47 Chiddex 59 73 East Peoria 49 49 Parkside 58 63 WC 5l Record - I5 mins. h losses 73 H'8h 55 78 Canton 63 MORTON OPPONENT SCORE UU 59 IVC 39 50 Washington 47 55 Canton 12 tBi 34 IVC 40 00 Macomb 73 50 Washington -10 42 Limestone -Ll KI Clinton ntt 5g Macomb 56 IAI 50 Richwoods 42 h-I Granite City 48 72 Clinton 46 lBI JI Richwoods 42 61 Normal Community 73 55 Princeton 55 46 Chiddex 54 70 , Princeton tt4 74 Spalding 66 IAI -13 Washington 56 ZI7 Spalding 04 Sl Metamora 45 lBl 40 Washington SI 115 Metamora 50 46 IVC 44 74 Parkside 62 80 IVC ol 81 Central Catholic 62 Ml GK Eureka 23 65 Central Catholic 64 49 pontiac -til IBI 68 Eureka I4 70 Pontiac 4h 50 U High ei: ini oi Canton 40 S7 High 67 66 Metamora ri: IBI 50 Canton 32 76 Metamora 4b 45 IVC 55 58 Metamora Sl so IVC 42 73 ot,-mpn ' 47 tAi on tvc 5x 40 OI 'm ta 67 53 5, Bcde Sh 181 53 IVC 55 btl Stlliegiie 57 78 Canton 40 UU 64 Washington 77 tto Canton 52 S8 Perma Heights 43 tBt 43 Washington 52 78 Peoria Heights JJ so wasitingtan 72 IM 59 Olympia 45 45 Washington TOURNAMENT itll 33 Olympia 34 REGIONAL 45 Lincoln 43 mi 40 Lincoln 45 75 East Peoria hh 48 Pekin 54 IB! 3-I Lincoln 33 5l Pekin 45 69 Quincy 7l l-'Nl 57 Cilflmn 37 SECTIONAL LBJ 34 Canton 25 SS W0-J-ifuff N Fkosit Touimtzv 56 Olympia 45 59 Pontiac SI 49 Washington 48 ' I Girls Basketball Girls, Basketball Team A Record I2 wins. 6 los-.es A T B MQRTON OPPONENTS sroitr earn 'ls Mason CHF' 30 Record - 7 inns. 4 losses 45 Peoria Central 73 MOR-I-ON OPPONENTS SCORF tilt Bloomington 40 In Mason Gly IS Record 5 wins, 3 losses E i K 44 tninmtt, High at 34 Peoria Ccnm, 45 Mortroru OPPONENT sconit 09 Normal JH Z4 mwmmsmn 4, 75 hlctamora 57 JS IVC j4 40 gonna' 34 6I Rtchwoods 78 18 Ricltwoods 55 l-7 'yr iq 87 ' Normal Pl lo Tremont 59 Z6 Richwwds 43 74 IYC 56 39 IVC 34, 41, Tremont 35 67 Limestone 72 47 Washington JT 33 WC 34 S4 Lincoln 69 34 East Peoria 23 12 East Peoria I9 th Mflamofd 43 54 Metamora 40 47 Metamora I4 X0 Limestone 65 39 Washington .git 50 Pekm I3 44 Pekin 15 43 Pontiac 43 34 Pontiac 52 4l Clinton 30 41 Metamora jg . Varszt y Wrestlers Record - I4 suns. 4 losses, I tti. MORTON OPPONENTS 5C0Rlf 37 Woodruff 13 A 27 LaSalle-Peru -lll S h W I I tantra :Q OP fest ers F rosh Wrest ers 29 Fast Peoria 29 ' 3' Ponlmc 31 Record 7 Wm- 4 'ONYX Record S wins, 4 losses I7 L"'f0"' 33 MORTON OPPONENTS SCONI MORTON OPPONENTS scout: 43 Pftm Cf""t" '7 34 Wa-shinswn -U is waatnurf Lasaite-Peru so 22 gtillicothe 22 41 Lincoln Z4 27 wuhhmgwn 37 It 'gan 2' 23 WC I3 It Lincoln 44 5' fmt!" 7 it Centr-it 2' 29 Prana Central is 44 Sprtnglield Lanphter I2 24 Bc,-Ban 19 2. wc 4' 53 Olymlm' 0 54 Metamora 9 41 Oivmpia to '5 Mflamm '0 41 Eureka '5 25 Maentttntf zz 4l Decatur MacArthur I2 55 'limi muff, 0 439 Ramon' 6 43 Rantoul I7 40 Rxchwwds ji 3g 34 35 F'f"lU' '4 LaSalle Peru Tournament ith Xvorxii-uffT0urn3n1gnl .tin 43 Rtfhw-wh I0 not Conference no 40 llltnt Bluffs 9 Ji U-High tv Champaign Centennial Ind Morton Invitational oth . H.0.l Conference -tth District Ist - r Sohbczll Bats cracked and balls flew for this year's girls' softball team, as it finished a successful 7-1 season. They competed in Regional Tournament where they de- feated Washington, 12-ll. Later they lost to Tremont, 1-2 making their seasonal record 8-2. But all in all, it was a successful year. The squad had outstand- ing pitching, fielding, and strong batting. The only damaging injury to the team was Beth Landes' sprained ankle , but the squad kept playing and winning. Front: Denise LeVar, Teri Behme, Christy ing Mrs Pierce M1ssyKran1z Laurie Yerby. Kneeling Cindy Schimmelpfenmg, 101125 Beth Plle, Beth Landes Patty Laura Williams Cindy Schafer Brenda M01121' Sue Wagner Mary Schmitt Hufford, Lynn Dillard, Sue Kent Stand Varsity Baseball The Varsity baseball tea.m's record of 14-9 doesn't fully express the kind of season they had. A 14-9 record is nothing to snuff at, but it doesn't mention that they won the District Championship for the first time since 1969. And it fails to mentions that they won that game by the score 11-3. In a game that was sup- posed to be close, the Potters nearly won by the ten run-rule. In the fourth irming, Morton had an 11-2 lead with nobody out, but the win by default did not materialize. Morton played consistently throughout the season, but the second half of the season was undoubtedly better than their first half. They won five in a row before losing their last game of the season to Lime- stone, 5-11. Senior Tom Zobrist, the tearn's leading hitter with a .325 average, was voted the Most Valuable Player of the 1976 season. Front: Glenn Parrott, Tom Zobrist, Doug Mueller, Bruce Kodatt, jeff Myers, Mike Stephens, Doug Ackerman, Kumnon Takada, manager. Back: Coach Good, Gary Good, Barney Perkins, Gary Martinie, Steve Kindred, Brett PLl111l'l.S, Mark Deterding, Dave Kraft, Paul Koch, and Randy Jennings. if.-5 Q1 - - ,f .QE ,- ' I L' 1 , . A ' X . Q. 4' X 1 I S Sophomore Baseball The Sophomore baseball header with Olympia in the team had a fine season this year, closing with a record of 13-6 for a winning percentage of . 648. The Sophs came on strong at the beginning of the season beating everyone they played But the Freshmen quickly avenged their loss beating Can- ton twice in a doubleheader later in the season. After winning the first game by a close 15-14 score, the Potters stomped Canton in the second game, 12 -2. first game of the year. Mor- ton beat them 17-6 and 11-1 in those games. The Sophs ended the season the way they started it, again winning a doubleheader, this one against Normal Community. for the first six games. Two of One of their defeats came those Wins came from a double- from Canton in a 5-4 ballgame. Freshman Baseball The Fresh- men baseball team was con- sistent with the rest of the baseball teams at Morton in that they too had a very successful season. Fin- ishing with a 12-2 record, the freshmen never lost by more than two points. Sophomore team: Seated: Frank Kobylanski, Bill Engberg, Mark Donovan, Mark l-Ioule, joel Grimm, joe Grant, Greg Romesburg, Todd Grimm, Bob Brown. Back: Coach McDonald, Mark Eichelberger, Tracy Grimm, Steve Aberle, Roger Rue, Dave Driscoll, Kevin johnson, Tim Shively, Rick Bell. I Freshman team: Seated: Scott Rassi, Eric Schillie, Terry White, Brent Cole- gxove, Todd Stegmaier, Rich Gay, Jeff Lynch, Steve Whitfield, Doug Penovich 60 Kneeling: Coach Schupp, Scott Warner, Standing: Mike Tankersley, Marty Brown Craig Harm, Alan Thompson, Tim Gregg Garrison, Andy Kaufman, Steve Epkins, Allen Kruse, Scott Martin, Scott Waible, Ryan Vermillion, Bob Holland, Berger, Steve Morrison, Steve Poirot. Rich Craven, Jeff Smith. Seated: Clink Young, Rick White, Dave Foster, Mark Zimmerman, Larry Schaf Tom Stone, Pat Smith, Keith Kxolak, McCanless, Barry Rapp, Andy Edgar, er John Ackerman, Phil King, Phil Ron Tohn, 11m Crecelius, Raymond Randy Belsley, Greg Strauss, Mike Getz, Owens, Kent Hubbard, Lee McHenry, Moushon, Randy Miller, Coach Rep Dave Melton, Tony Ingles, jim Acker- Ben Unger Standing Coach Smith, phnger, Mr Cox man, Steve Kodatt. Kneeling: Rob Coach Schwenk, Eric Glaser Mark Knisely, Ron Crabb, Jim Harris, Doug Eldridge, Major Darst, Dave White, Varsity Track At the track banquet, Var- sity coach Lee Smith referred to the '76 season as a building year. After three years of domination in the HOI Confer- ence, the Varsity trackmen could master only a sixth place in the conference and an overall record of 4-5. Seniors Ron 'I'hno Cdiscussb and Ron Crabb Qpole vaultj went to state. During the year, Crabb set a new record in the pole vault with a jmnp of 13' 4 1!2". During the season, Morton recorded big victories over Pekin and Canton and took fourth place in the Morton Relays. Seated: Dave Ferguson, Tom Schafer, Doug Fox, Gordon Bagby. Kneeling: Rob Knisley, Jeff Longden, Dave Melton, Richard Smith, Coach Schwenk, Brady Reddish, Larry Shay, less, Lee McHenry, Larry Stevig, jim Harris Fresh - Soph Track "Promising" is the word that describes the Fresh- Soph track team. Combining a 5-3 winning record with their first place in the HOI Conference, the Fresh-Sophs put together a fine season, the kind that makes a Varsity coach smile. They won big in several meets pounding Lincoln 106-36 and Pekin 97-49. In addition, the fresinnen took second place at the Morton Invitational. I 4 Wiegand, Ken Vogel, Mark Stephens, Tony Ingles, Ed Glaser, Dave McCan1ess, jason Mike Badgerow, Rob Anthony, Mike Getz, Greg Strauss, Kevin Bontemps, Bob Doane, Kurt Karnes, Phil Lockwood, Stuart Schroeder, Ben Unger. 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Work training along with classroom activities served to meet the students' needs in today's society. Bruce Pech, Dave Roth, Paul Runyon. Back Row: Doug Hough, Lennie Meyering, Steve Ward, Jeff Steiner, john Hauter, Mark Dixon, Chris Flynn, and Brad Crumrine. i Co-Op received a irst place award in the car-walk com- petition for their float in the Homecoming parade. I ,E Seated: Teri Kidd, president: Debbie Landes, Zobrist, Cathy Stear, Terri Gregory, Marcia Kai- vice-presidentg Mindy Wieneke, secretary, Dave ser, Gwen Anderson. Back Row: Janeen Regnier, Hull, treasurer, janet Friye, reporter, Twila Jones, Dee Dee Hines, Vern Austin, Teresa Gay, and historian, Mrs. Whitsitt, advisor. Front Row: Lin- Janet Miller. da Buehrer, Debbie Tolson, Cindy Carlton, julie Kneeling: Chris Berta, Kay Knob- lock, Patti Hill, Sandy Bauman, Wendy Permw, Vicki Gamble. Seated: Nina Werder, historian: Lori Verrill, treasurer, Becky Da- vis, vice-president, Helen Schuon, president, Susan McGuire, secre- ...wswsie tary, Marsha Benjamin, public re- lations. Standing: Mrs. Walker, advisor, Melanie Masinelli, Brenda Wixom, Tammy Bright, Cindy Gunther, Helen Heth, jan Juenger, Becky James, Sara Neukornn. OEA Office Education Association is one of three work programs at MHS. This group focuses on the business world. Under the direc- tion of Mrs. Whitsitt, the group had one of its most successful years. Activities included trips to Chicago, and Topeka, Kansas, and numerous achievement awards. It was fun: but most of all the work experience was priceless. Hero HERO had a big success by holding home economic classes in conjunction with the Friend- ship House in Peoria. The an- nual HERO week was in Febru- ary and the group explained what jobs are available in the program and also the activities that are held in connection with HERO. Morton members won three firsts and four seconds at the Sectional Rally last winter. Row 1: Left To Right--Anna Zuke, Carole Row 2: Lett To Right--Kurt Karnes, Barb Peu- Dexheimer, Tammy White, Don Auer, jill lausk, Dave Price, Tony Guth, Dwight Schuck, Bauman, Brenda Koons, Debbie Ihnow, Cheryll Sayers, Bob Sollberger, Pat Owens, Sharon Storck, Daryl Beeler, Maureen Stear. Joan Tobias, Mark Burnham. Runners Faster than a speeding bullet, able to cover all three floors of the school, it's the hall runners. Effortlessly trotting through the corridors, they are the legs of the counselling department and stu- dent services. Hall rurmers aid these departments by bringing absentee slips and other messages to teachers. Row 1: Left To Right--Daryl Beeler, Maureen Stear, Sara Miller, Mary Schick, Sue McGuire, Curt Huette. Row 2: Don Auer, Mike Badgerow, Barb Peulausk, joE.l1en Crurnrine, jim Dobbelaire, Mark Burnham. Row 1: Left To Right--Gina Taylor, Helen Schuon, Jill Ash worth, Row 2: Barb Stoeuel, Tony Guth, Joan Tobias. Left To Right--Nancy Carr, Holly Usiak, Kay Selman, Angie Mahrt, Francie Osborne, Joseph Milligan, Kuninori Takada. Back Row: Christy Yordy. y l I Left To Right: Christina Huthmann Kim M , usgrave, Kathy Gradner, Nancy Carr, Ju- lie Zehr. Student Librarians A job that often goes un- noticed. They are sometimes considered just another me- chanical part on the card- stamping machine. Theirs is a simple job, yet a necessary one. Row 1: Flutes--Barb Dallinger, jean Hunziker, Kathy Carter, Darla Sutter, Rachel Peters, Kris Shelton, Charlotte Yordy, Tina Leathers, Oboes--Sandy Sarver, Diane White. Row 2: Clarinets--Sherri Stubbs, Clint Young, Laura Williams, Kim Strunk, Linda Gay, Melissa Shively, Cindy Shay, Patti Miller, Brian Hendrickson, Beth Col lingswood, Bassoon--Keith Foster. Row 3: French Horns--Sue Kent, Diana Gardner, Saxaphones--Virginia Hufty, Matt Dirst, Bob Paton, Scott Vermilhon, Melody W11- liamson, Jim Yarbough Comets--Michael Dierks, Raino Trifonoff, Craig Mason, Bar- ry Clark, Cindy Schimmelpfenning, jim Davis, Chuck Rinkenberger Trombones--Doug Draer, Sue Wittmer. Row 4: Percussion--Scott Clark, Melissa Krantz, Carolyn Span- ier, Barb Chadwich, Sheri Warner, Jay Schnarr, joel Grimm, Jim Sublett. Tuba-- Dan Nelson, Ed Glaser Baritones--Melissa Bolam, Steve Thompson. Symphonic Band Members of the Symphonic Band brought back nine superior and eight excellent ratings at Solo and Ensemble contest in spring. The band performed three concerts and a Christmas assembly. In April the band participated in Organizational Contest. They also cut a record as a fund raising project. N? X Q 'chrzzz first NI X . xx ' X Q 12:11:15 ,, I won lv ve 5 ffl' . I 9 , . . v ' 'a ' " JJ., l l ,J ' fl .1 .' gli, Q 4 Xl A E! , of . 'Ez l ' , xx 6 , 4 Marching Band Illinois Weslyan Home- coming Parade was the be- ginning of a great achieve- ment for Marching Band. Following this first place win, they marched to first place award at Illinois Val- ley Central Santa Claus Parade. At Thanksgiving, they led the Illinois Central Santa Parade. The Band was the first organization to have won this parade consecutive- ly. Some other performances were six more parades and five football games. For Homecoming, "America '76" was a salute to the bicentennial. Front Left: Sue Wittmer, Jim Crecelius, Melissa Bolam, Craig Mason, Chuck Rinkenberger, Cindy Schimmelpfennig, Virginia I-Iufty, Matt Dirst, Melody Williamson, Scott Vermillion, Rusty Bensel, Jim Yarbough, Clint Young, Kim Strunk, Laura Williams, Brian Hendrickson, Beth Collingwood, Keith Foster, Laurie Streasser, Rachel Peters, Barb Dallinger, Darla Sutter, Kathy Carter, Melissa Krantz, Sheri Warner, Brian Mcxneighr, Jim subiene, Ed cia- ser, Carloyn Spanier, Jay Schnarr, joel Grimm, Kim Kath, Kris Shelton, jean Hunriker, Pam McMullen, Charlotte Yordy, Tina Leathers, Marti Wilmert, Cindy Shay, Sherri Stubbs, Melissa Shively, Diane Gardner, Dave Kaiser, Sue Kent, Bob Paton, Linda Gay, Patti Miller, Kent Hubbard, jim Davis, Mike Dierks, Barry Clark, Raino Trifonoff, Steve Thompson, Tim Williamson, Chip Meiner. Drum Major: Scott Clark Flags: Left To Right -- Diane White, Sandy Sarver, Angie Mahrt, Debbie Ihnow. Drill Team: Left To Right: Kathy Lin- der, Sue Stuckey, Beth Werder, Rhon da Kaufman, Mary Sphar, Karen Olin ger, Laurie Merritt, Karen Leach, Jus tine Loercher, Ruth Goggins, Valerie Klunk, Terri Dial, Toni Behme. Row 1: Rachel Petexs, Rusty Bensel, Virginia ner, Susan Wittmer, Steve Thompson. Row 3 Hufty, Matt Diist, jim Yarbrough. Row 2: Missy jim Davis, Bob Engberg, Chuck Rinkenberger Kx-ana, Joel Grimm, Melissa Bolam, Chip Mei- Michael Dierls, Craig Mason, Barry Clrk. J azz Band Current hits and golden oldies were the charts for the Jazz Band. They performed at open house, the Christmas as- sembly and two concerts. This band also added musical inter- ludes to the spring play "George Washington Slept Here." Three of their numbers were recorded on the record made by the Symphonic Band. Concert Band At the Christmas concert, Concert Band combined with the Symphonic Band to perform two songs. They performed with the Marching Band for the bicentennial Homecoming show Their first single performance was at the spring concert in May. They also contributed to the record made by the MI-IS bands . Row 1: Lori Straesser, Marti Wilmert, Cindy Wehking, Kim Musgrave, Ann Nelson, Carol Zimmerman. Row 2: Kim Kath, Pam McMullen, Nancy Beck, Melvin Devall, Lynn Dillard, Dave Kaiser. Row 3: Tom Williamson, Doug Penovich, Kendall Beckwith, Carl Mil- Qt ler, Denise Mahrt, Angela Mahrt, Deb- bie Ihnow, Aaron Clawitter. Row 4: Tom Evans, Larry Shay, Eric Schmidt, Steve Marion, Rusty Bensel, Tim Wil- liamson, Row S: Mitch Marine, Conrad Stinnett, Jim Uphoff, Larry Prodehl, Greg Daniel. Concert Choir All the time spent learning to sight read pays off in Con- cert Choir. This choir is a carefully balanced mixture of voices. Singers perform everything from pop music to the never agying classics. Row 1: Mrs. Mote, director, joan Mar- tin, Carolyn Weber, Marla Arnett, jeff Morton, jason Fox, Kirk Moser, jeff Zittritsch, Donna Heffel, Doug DeVore, Susan Pennington, Mark Sirubhar, Jan- ice Prodehl, Curt Huette, Janet Fisher, Sherry Funk. Row 2: Bob Paton, Gigi Powley, Craig Hilliard, Mary Volle, joAn Butler, Kim Williamson, Pam Smith, Mike Badgerow, Christy Perrow, Susan Wittrner, Susan Stuckey, Mike Robinson, Ellen Kocher, Diana Cook, Melvin Devall, Cathy Burnham, Elvin Devall. Row 3: jim Crecelius, Linda Kaisner, Scott Bartelmay, Scott Scha- fer, Carol Perry, Stephanie Mullins, Barry Rapp, Wendy Perrow, Scott Clark, Ken Vogel, Joy Hofer, Mark Getz, Kris Fahlberg, Lori Galbraith, Gwen Ander- son, Kathy Domnick, Carol Getz, Lisa Foster, Becky Vogel. Row 4: Terry Al- len, Cara Zimmerman, Lee Mel-Ienry, Libby Paton, jennifer Grisham, Kari Boyd, Ben Unger, Marti Wilmert, Tim Shively, Steve Henriksen, Cheri jones, David Price, Dawn Watts, jon Rocke, Scott Witzig, jay Getz, Dwight Schuck. Accompanists: Joan Martin, Peters, Kari Boyd, and Steph- Janet Fischer, Sue Wittmer, anie Mullins. Sue Stuckey. Standing: Rachel Girls Chorus The emphasis is placed on sight reading in this choir which is a combination of Freshman and Selected Cho- ruses. Many are hopefuls for next years concert choir. Their ability to sight read can make or break their chances. Row 1: Mrs. Mote, director, Charlotte Yordy, Diane White, Shelly Dufelmei- er, Becky Gamble, Melissa Masinelli, Kathy Ollinger, Laura Stuckey, Linda ner, Erin Clark, Nancy Kindred, Carol Olson, Jennifer Stiegletz, Lora Gillan, Lauri Jones, Lisa Jackson, Kathy Linder, Sara Van Etten, Judy Hepp, Mary Schick. Opperman, Tina Salter, Sue Lee, Darla Row 3: Darah Penry, Becky Meiner, Kniep, Helen Meldrum, Mary Draeger. Row 2: Donna Rein, Julie Weber, Barb Herman, Shelly LeBaube, Lynette Boehme, Amy Schwarzentraub, Lori Ab- Margaret Cain, Kathy Gingerich, Jo Ellen Crumrine, Barb Peulausk, Linda l-Iipple, Lynne Krolak, Desma Davis, Elsie Kolb, Barb I-lauter, Jill Ligon, Becky Atteberry, Jackie Schultz, Joanna Bagley, Tamara Dobbs, Karen Fischer. Row 4: Prenda Clawitter, Katana Mei- erhans, Julie Zehr, Carla Pennington, Teresa Urish, Julie Buttleman, Janine Stout, Sheryl Krahn, Cari Anderson, Sue Johnson, Krista Bollegar, Esther Her- mann, Jill Stetzler, Arlene Johnson, Jan Urban, Tari Cruise, Kathy Robinson. ,.....s-.zz M czdri gals There is, perhaps, no more beautiful musical instru- ment as the human voice. And the MHS Madrigals play that instrument beautifully. Singing is for man's sake. And the Madrigals are for singing's sake. This year the Madrigals traveled to Oaai, Hawaii to compete in the International Music Festival. The Madrigals returned from Hawaii very brown and very happy having won a silver medal. The magnitude of their accomplishment was expanded in the light of the rigid judging standards. The judges award- ed only one gold medal and only three silver medals. Other performances by the Madrigals include several concerts, a radio performance at Christmas, Solo and Ensem- ble Contest, festivals, work- shops, and Organizational Contest. lf 33 Row 1: jan Prodehl, Curt Huette, Joan Fahlberg, Mark Getz, Marla Arnett. Row liamson, Jim Crecelius, Wendy Perrow, Martin, Scott Clark, Lisa Foster, Mark 2: Mike Badgerow, Donna Heffel, Scott Barry Rapp, Carol Getz, Scott Schafer, Snubhar, Becky Vogel, jay Getz, Kris Witzig, Sue White, Bob Paton, Kim Wil- Gigi Powley, Brent Burns, jon Rocke. Swing hair The members of the Swing Choir not only swing but also dance to lively tunes from broadway mu- sicals, or from modern popular music. True en- tertainment for the audience is their goal. They do not, however, let entertainment stand in the way of quality perfor- mance. They also attend college clinics to learn improvement. Swing Choir members: Scott Bartlemay, Sue Smokey, Christy Perrow, Donna Heffel, Ken Vogel, Kris Fahlberg, Jim Crecilius, Terry Allen, Sue Pemiington, Lee McHenry, Scott Clark, Cathy Burnham, Brent Burns, Lori Abner, Julie Webber, Doug DeVore, Carol Perry Mark Strubhar. Kneeling: Mary Volle, Sue Witmer, JoAn Butler, Kirk Moser. ll 5 A 7 1 Q 1 I 4 ' ' C x ,y Q .-.-. , ' lv .e L V J , I fl U' lr? Qlxvl, ,41 F Enix! R .9 'Z J: kwa. 1. yu 1 , - ,P ' K' '1 ,. -' -x :r Grid' f. 1 AXX lb-' lf'f'7 F - W3--.yXQ,,b :H -,F 'f . ' 1. , ' gf: - , .'g.Q5' ' A 1.-1,12 -, ,ff -..sv 9' - fz:1 . ff, J . , .. 0, - C4 ' A Q N 'nf 1 N Seated: Mr. Schmidt, advisorg Matt Murphy, Pres- ident, Randy Mooberry, vice-president, Denise Wenndt, secretary-treasurer. Row 1: Greg Daniel, Tobey Yerby, Nancy Mutters, Carol Dresden, Lori Burgener, Donna Rein, Teri Bretag, julie Weber, Vicki Henning, Stuart Nelson. Row 2: Sandy Gun- ion, Jody Stinson, Beth Pile, Kim Kuhel, Sue Reed, Elsie Kolb, Pam Ricketts, Brenda Schure, jacki Morgan, Dawn Roberson, Jeanne Wynd, Debbie Newell, Bonnie Stinson. Row 3: Mike Kaiser, Allen Penry, Erik Opperman, Paul johnson, Greg Hoskins, Kathy Carter, Sherri Stubbs, Cindy Shay, Lynne Krolak, Ann Nelson, Darah Penry, Jennifer Grisham Margaret Cain, Jim Uphoff. Row 4: Brian Murphy, Andy Edgar, Ben Unger, Dave White, jim Lither- land, Scot Winters, Kendall Beckwith, Steve Hen- riksen, Aaron Clawitter, Jeff Smith, Ted Heusik, Doug Barbier, Raino Trifonoff, Ryan Vermillion. Science For those students inter- ested in how and why things Work, MHS has Science Club. Science Club members are given the opportunity to go on field trips concerning their particular field of interest. The year ended with a field trip to Chicago's Museum of Science and Industry. FBLA Row 1: Linda Nutter, president, Binkele. Row 3: Mrs. Fugitt, ad Janet Miller vice-president- Vicki visor- 'Dfvila Jones- Edith Visel FBLA npt Onlgi-ldegelops t Dimon, treagurerg Francie Osborne, Linda: Gay, Gwen lbinderson, and Future Business ea ers u secretary. Row 2: Cheryll Sayers, Teresa Gay. also takes part in different ac- tivities in the community and school. One of the major pro- jects this year was the State Leadership Conference in Springfield. At the Confer- ence FBLA member Gwen Anderson received second place ir1 the Miss FBLA contest. Pam Smith, Sally Stuber, Gayle ' Chess Chess is often stereo- typed as a dull, boring game for pipe-smoking stuffy intellectuals. Not j eee l so. Chess has come out of my - the quiet study into the ..- A not so quiet world of MHS. ,..rwY"" F' Allen Penry, John Gibson, Steve Anderson, Steve Gunter, Raine Trifonoff, Alan Conner, jay Milligan, Bob Bratland, Greg Gunter. Row 1: Lisa Maxwell, Brad Braker, Rusty Bensel, Mike Kaiser, Darrell Ritthaler, Eric Schmidt. Row 2: jim Davis, Tom Lenz, Mike Robertson, Tony Guth, Doug Roberts, Tim Shively, Bill Geyer, Mr. Heinold, advisor. Graphic Arts Industrial Arts Club offers its members many activities. Three Thursdays per month, members can work in many industrial workshops. Mem- bers also have the opportunity to go on field trips related to their interests. Q17 a , " Pep Club Pep Club is exactly what it says. This or- ganization encourages school spirit for foot- ball and basketball games. Besides posting locker signs and hall signs, Pep Club also performed at the pep assemblies and sold mittens and buttons to help encourage student spirit. Row 1: Edie Knotts, Nancy Hamilton, Nancy Bollegar, Members at large, Jody Stinson , treasurer, Julie Zobrist, secretary, Kris Fahl- berg, vice-president, JoAn Butler, president. Row 2: Kim Kessling, Kirsten Kelley, Jan Coyne, Yvonne Beeler, Beth Pile, Tammy White, Jane Donovan, Connie Martinie, Becky Ogden, Cheryl Danielson, Debbie Steffan, Shari Keller. Row 3: Dawn Roberson, Maur- een Stear, Regina Daniel, Julie Wallace, Linda Opperman, Stacey Schild, Patti Chis- mark, Kathy Carroll, Jane Ferguson, Steph- anie Mullins, Jenny Osborne. Row 4: Becky Welk, Diane Gibson, Amy Steider, Janet Oedewaldt, Dottie Henning, Jennie Roecker, Jackie Getz, Julie Weber, Amy Frintz, Lisa Bond, Kathy Dominick, Lisa Zobrist. Row 5: Patti Welk, Debbie Hamilton, Kim Vollert- sen, Marta Lucas, Arlene Johnson, Pat Kelly, Eileen Stear, Carole Dexheimer. Row 6: Carol Dresden, Cindy Cali, Crystal Acker- man, Renee DeSollar, Kim Strunk, Cherie Wenniger. I l - A M-Club M- C1ub's main function this year was to take tickets at football and basketball games. The club also sold hats and sponsored a car wash. In a special game against the faculty M-Club members won 68-58. To be a member of M- Club, the ath- lete must have earned a var- sity letter. Bob FOSUBS, Jeff Adair, Randy Miller, Good, Paul Koch, Tom Zobrist, Glenn Yordy, Rod Wanner, Tom Stone, Ma Dave Brave, Tim.Witzig, Scot Winters, Stieglitz, Dave Newlin, Bruce Wacker, jor Darst, Eric Glaser, Jim Ritthaler, Ray Moushon, Phil King, Craig Lynn, Bob Williams, Gib Rapp, Glen Parrott, Pat Smith, Ben Unger, Greg Strauss, Barry Rapp, Kyle Christiansen, Gary Brent Reddish, Barney Perkins, Mike Ron Crabb, Steve Kodatt. K W 9 5 ,, Arg r " ,g 1 ---wi ,f f ' ' is -'25 i 4,5 X' , X , f Q1 I if G 1 . - , 11' sf- ' . Row 1: Left To Right--Daryl Beeler, Stubbs, Brenda Hufford, Connie Mar- bert Bruell Qadvisorj, Nancy Merwin, Kathy Carter, Desma Davis, Cherie Wen- tlnie, Crystal Ackerman, Rachel Pet- jay Milligan, Patti We1k,JoAn Butler, ninger, Nancy Koehler, Marsha Benja- ers, Debbie Hamilton, Trish Taylor, Steve Henrickson, Becky Ogden, Jane min, Joanne Kirk, Kathy Kelly, Janine Susan Wittmer, Kim DeVan, Sara Neu- Donovan, Richard Benes, Nancy Bol- Stout, Jil1Stetzler, Nancy Hamilton, komm, Susan Yordy, Christy Yordy, 168315 Cafol GQU, Ben Pfledefefa I-a1'1'Y Valerie Klunk, Karen Olinger, Doug Lori Sciffesn C-:Yndi cron: Steve Th0mP" Stew-Sa Tlm Wltdgs KY1e Christiansen: Kuhel. Row 2: Left To Right--Sherri son. Row 3: Left To Right--Mr. Gil- Mr. Gary Hootman fadvisorj. Student Council The role of Student Coun- cil is to draw involvement K A., from and represent the student X body. Involvement came from such activities as Student Council Week, dances, and the Conference on Student In- 5. volvement in Government. as l ' ' The Council represented the students through its partici- pation in the making of policies and rules. Student Council members-at-large: Left To Right: Steve Butts, Lori Scifres, Dick Moloney. r.. QL or Even? e . i , r Hifi fr-n ' Student Council Executive Board: Kneeling: Steve Henrickson, treasurer. Standing: Mr. Bruell, advisorg Crystal Ackerman, sec- retaryg Carol Getz, presidentg Mr. Hootman, advisor. Back: Con- nie Martinie, vice-president. K r m N5 H' , u ,fl ffl f 1 fl V! fi K .y - T X .Jig ' O FFA FFA is a chance for growth. The club helps youth find their place in Agriculture. Members compete in state contests, take field trips and help the communi- ty in anyway they can. Morton FFA sponsors a Navajo Indian child in Ari- zona. FFA cares and tries to help. State Farmer Award, the highest degree by the State FFA Association, was given to four Morton students. This is the most that any one chap- ter received. Re- cipi ants are: Michele' Birkner, Mike Yordy, Stan Marion and Scott Yordy C' 75J Vice-president Jeff Roth has won State Farmer chapter's State Far- mer Uunior yearj, Sect:ional-Sen- tinal, Forestry and Agricultural : President Mike Yordy has won: State Farmer, DeKalb Award, Na- tional Turkey and Poultry Awards, Crop Farming, Parlimentary Pro- mechanics awards, He was presi- cedure, Public Speaking and Agri- dent of the Morton Chapter for two culture mechanics awards. years. CS? Secretary Michele Birkner has won Star Agribusiness, Sectional repor- ter, State Ornamental Horticul- ture, Agriculture Sales and Ser- vice, State Degree, Parlimentary Prodedure and State Farmer Awards. reporter, Mike Yordy, president, Darrell Moore, sentinel, Michele Birkner, secretary, Harold Lind ley, advisor. Not pictured: Jeff Roth, vice-presi dent. Row 1: Becky Diemer, Jackie Rutledge, thy Schmitt, Lisa Maxwell, Janet Fischer, Debbie Ackerman, Anne Carter, Jane Fuller, Jamie Le Baube, Sue Yordy, Christy Yordy, Missy Krantz, Judy I-lepp. Row 2: Dale Mooberry, Dean Litherlan Jeff Lynch, Jim Wynd, Mike Cloyes, Shawn Hart, John Klasen, Leroy Butler, Ed Glaser, Dan King, Steve Michel, Jim Ackerman, Doug Gingerich, Rick Lacy, Mike Oyer, Steve Marion, Gregg Hat Seated: Row 1: Phil King, treasurer, Kevin Curry, Ka- ch d, Greg Armbruster. Row 3: Brent Yordy, John Acker- man, Bill Hunter, Stanley Marion, Doug Foster, Mark Boyd, Jim Brewster, Jon Klawer, Dolphis Hart, Tim Williamson, Kurt Karnes, Richard Ber- nard, Steve Hough, Neal Case, Chuck Rinkenberger, Scott Bartelmay, Steve Aberle, Pat Brewster, Steve Huette, Paul Tesdall. Row 4: Lee McHenry, Cody l Weinstein, Gib Rapp, Brent Reddish, Jon Rocke, Bill Schick, Keith Roeschley, Eric Glaser, Greg Williams, Brad Crumrine, Coy McKelvey, Doug Hough, Gary Zehr, Greg Wilcox, Doug Ackerman, Kent Verrill, Mark Burnham, John Oney, Ed Smith, Joe Foster, Tim Magary. Gym Helpers: Front: Kathy Dallinger. Row 2: Christy Yerby, Lisa Aupperle. Row 3: Jenny Anderson, Jenny Osborne, Brenda Hufford. P.E. Office Helpers: Lauri jones, Missy Krantz, Lisa Aupperle. P. E. ssistanls Any girl who had a free study hall could volunteer to be a P. E. Assistant this year. The responsibilities are few but im- portant. They must keep a re- cord of all people who come in or leave the East gym. They are also responsible for keep- ing the supplies replenished and the office organized. I Row 1: Karen Olinger, Gwen Anderson, Brenda Koons, Tobey Yerby, Craig Mason, Cindy Smith, Kris Fahlberg, Kim Strunk, Carolyn Webber. Row 2: Patti Chismark Stan O den Trish Ta lor Nan- s Y cy Mez-Wm, Debbie I-lami1ton,,Beth Pne, Caihy Messel, jan Prodehl, Debbie Ackerman, Cheri Smith, Mark Getz, John Heth, Erik Opperman, Kaylene Kaufman, Scott Vermillion, Barb Zim- merman. Row 4: Chuck Buena, Steve Kindred, Craig Stradley, Kevin Curry, Carl Rich, Scot Win- ters, Peggy Hasenyager, Gib Rapp, Mike Yordy, Mr. Rupprecht, advisor. Not present: Matt Murphy. jones. Row 3: Gary Martinie, Dennis Rassi, Peggy ational Honor Society National Honor Society is an achievement for any stu- dent. The award symbolizes one's hard work of studying. Receiving this honor requires completing three semesters consistantly with a 90 or above average. As long as the average is maintained the stu- dent is eligible for the society. Row 1: Teri Behme, Tobey Yerby, Kathy Kelly, Lisa Muzzarelli, Carla Knoblock, Beth Rapp, Dottie Henning, Jenny Kehr, Amy Steider, Dana Hoxie, Jody Ackerman, Lisa Aupperle, Donna Roberson, Melanie Sayers, Theresa Korn. Row 2: Laura Williams, Janet Davis, Diane Leuelling, Kathy Em- mons, Cheryl Klunk, Janine Stout, Pam Koehler, Tamie Schorn, Linda Opper- man, Cheryl Danielson, Janet Oede- waldt, Nancy Hermann, Helen Mel- drum, Nancy Hamilton, Carolyn Spa- nier, Lori Mayer, Shari Keller, Marta Lucas, Cinda Schafer. Row 3: Nancy Novel, Kim DeVan, Debbie Hamilton, Mary Schmitt, Lynn Dillard, Rhonda Oesunann, Dawn Lopeman, Colette Wehking, Sue Lee, Julie O'Connell, Jean Hunziker, Darci Cunningham, Nan- cy Berg, Jan Urban, Becky Malinowski, Susan Malcolm, Marci Cunningham, Ar- lene Johnson, Sue Wagoner. Row 4: Mary Cleveland, Dawn Michael, Jan- . 7 I G.A.A. Each GAA member had the choice of which sports to participate in through- out the year. This new policy has been success- ful. The members had an s opportunity to prove to their dads just how ath- letic they were at Daddy Date Nite. As always at een Reginer, Nancy Bollegar, Beth Pile, Jody Stinson, Denise Smith, Bren- da Ayers, Tammy Michael, Prenda Clawitter, Jackie Schultz, Kathy Yar- brough, Krista Bollegar, Gwen Witrlg, Barb Hauter, Karen Fischer, Kim Vol- lertsen, Esther Herman, Jenny Osborne, Shelia Welch, Kari Anderson, Julie Wallace, Sandy Widmer, Carla Pen- nington, Brenda Hufford. I V -,.. 4-,..-.....-,....i, ,. 9 GAA OHicials: Pat Moler, Lisa Bond, Kathy Kelley, Beth Pile, Beth Landes, Jody the 9-111111211 Slumber Daffy, ssnm, Steff Anderson, Kathy Dominick. Back Row: Tobey Yerby, Amy Novel, IIIOSII got plenty of ex- Pat Moler, Laurie Jones, Christy Yerby, Cindy Schimmelpfenning, Sue Lee, Terri excise but little Sleep. Stevens, Rachael Peters, and Mrs. Stuckey. Ci l:. , , , 3 ,+ X, 'Sf GAA Ofiicers and Board: Row 1: Christy Yerby, bowling head, Tobey Yerby, president, Jody Kathy Domnick, treasurer. Not Stinson, senior rep: Pat Moler, pictured: Nina Werder, vice- corr. secretary: Cindy Schafer, president, supervisors: Miss Jackie freshman rep. Row 2: Mrs. Smck- Gauwitz, Miss Sue Zehr, Mrs. ey, advisory Beth Landes, junior Carolyn Key, and Mrs. Melody rep: Beth Pile, points secretary, Thomas. Denise LeVar, sophomore rep: 1 l Y w l l Row 1: Terri Stevens, Christy Yerby Monica Linder, Melissa Shively, Debbie Lee, Steff Anderson, Pam McMullen, Cheryl Irmen, Nancy Mutters, Darah Penry, Karen LaGrow, Shelley LeBaube, Sara Miller, Amy Schwarzentraub, Terri Bretag, Sharon Shidler, Carole Dexhei- mer. Row 2: Jan Coyne, jan Ireland, Vicki Henning, Cathy George, Sara Van Etten, Marjean Oller, Kathy Olin- ger, Sue Pennington, Rachel Peters, Kim Kuhel, Sue Reed, Sue Culbertson, Donna Rein, Donna Tankersley, Dawn Roberson, Pam Ricketts, Pam Perdue, julie Dirst, Lisa Zobrist, Kathy Carroll. Row 3: Cindi Schimmelpfenning, Lauri jones, Lori Burgener, Denise Wenndt, Ruth Rapp, Beth Werder, Yvonne Bee- ler, Kim Apke, Kim Beckham, Ruth Goggins, julie Weber, Becky Welk, Lisa Bond, Kathy Kelley, Kirsten Kel- ley, Stacey Whitmore, Kim Neaveill, Sally Roeschley, Jeanne Wynd, Lynne Krolak, Nancy Kindred, Margaret Cain, Kim Kessling, Lorrie Bartlett, Toni Behme. Row 4: Denise LeVar, Beth Landes, Amy Novel, Brenda Schure, Bonnie Stinson, Margaret Smith, Pat Moler, Kathy Domnick, Lori Gal- braith, jackie Getz, Erin Clark, Heidi Wacker, jennifer Stieglitz, Mary Schick, Christy Perrow, Amy Frintz, Kim Kel- ley, Lori Scifres, Valerie Klunk, Nancy Koehler, jill Shinall, Becld Meiner. Potter Pride: Miss Maurer, advisor, Debi Zehr, Kris Fahlberg, Toni Behme, Kathy Carroll, Patti Chis- rnark, Kim Ferguson, Joy I-lofer, Charlene Lantz. Row 2: julie McCool, Justine Loercher, Jim Ack- ennan, Paul Tesdall, Kim Kelley, Kathy Fahl- berg, Rick Pfanz, Melissa Bolam, Greg Hines, Rob Marltt. Row 3: Dale Tharp, Andy Kolesar, Mark Philosopher iiii In the last year Philoso- pher staff has provided the school as well as the com- munity with interesting, humorous, and thought-pro- voking articles. As Journal- ism students, they have learned about the many as- pects of the print media in- cluding copy and proof read- ing, reporting, photography and layout. Students also sell advertisements to offset cost of the paper. Students publish weekly. In addition to publish- ing the Philosopher, students also publish Potter Pride and a literary page Pot Pourri. Davison, Connie Martinie, Scott Witng, Stan Og den, Pat Quevillon, Gary Martinie, Dave Kraft, Edith Visel. Row 4: Bruce Houle, Bruce Kodatt, Kent Verrill, Libby Paton, Cyndi Cron, Lee Burn- ham, Gordon Foster, Jeff Adair, Steve Kindred, Bruce Schoenbein, Terri Allen. Philosopher: Edith Visel, copy and proof, Melissa Bolam, advertising manager 3 Stan Og den, co-editor, Steve Butts, co-editor. I 4 N 1 3, ' I r Kneeling: Rick McClintick, Pam Smith, Bonnie Parcel, Laura Schafer, Lee Ann Bauman. Row 1: Mary Spahr, M 3 Ieff Myers, Mark Muzzarelli, Virginia I-Iufty, Anne F ernandes, Lori Scifres, Rick Curtis. Row 2: Bob Miller, Mary Schaefer, Mark Erkkila, Pat McCafferty, Jane Ferguson, Ann Kerrn, Rick Martin, Doug Mueller. Front: Honorary members are Kathy Gingerich, Melissa Bolam, Mary Draeger, Ellen Kocher, fnot present Yvonne Beelerj. Back: Initiates in the society: Stan Ogden, Steve Butts, Janet Friye, Jody Stinson, Raino Trifonoff, fnot present Charlene Zukej, Potter Pride Members of the Journalism I class wo rk on all aspects of news- paper production in publishing the Potter Pride, an insert in the Taze- well News. Students also assist in writing copy for the Philosopher, a monthly publication by the jour- nalism students at the high school. uill di Scroll Students who have displayed outstanding ability in publications work are selected for membership into Quill and Scroll, an interna- tional honor society for high school journalists. The purpose of the society is to recognize and honor those students who show ability and achievement in writing and other phases of journalistic work in high school. I' at , ,gba 4 . ,.,. J . 1 1 L .n Rr me ai 'o Q. it U I I C B' 2? an E'- 'IE s- R68 SV nfffl: x vi r.- w X -1 ff f 1,-fff 4 ?f"'l!.' 'kr I I ' ' V7 ,457 ' - 'iT'QfLTf2z4, f x ff f .gy L A , Q if X-jf Ag f , iii LU 2 f 3: ,O Egfr: - i ff ,fffyf "Af " :' ,.X" ' U + 'I fiffiffx w: "' 7 - 'f ul kv - .H Q A M 1 If .-'-iff. ,. , J N. 4 Q1 1 i , 1 I A., , ' T5 7 - V EL?-sw Q,A4gkk:5:g.,,, M - N ,..Q'ii,sgLa.:.. H U x . WHWQ Board f Education School Board members: Seated: Mr. Fred Roecker, Dr. Howard Getz, Mr. Elmer King, Mr. Ken Getz Standings. Mr, David Lott, Dr. james Davis, Mr. James Davis. Assistant Superintendent: joe Witzig Superintendent: Wayne Newlin Assistant Superintendent: Wayne Sutter 98 ,WA- U- -'i:':,.,. .. r.--" ,. ..-.iv-g,i,, , M, .m,-a-H is ,af ,,n,.,.'.J,,. --1-:,S2?-'.. , ..-- " ' "it-as 4 E Principal MHS has come down with a severe case of "new principal- itis. " The symptoms of prin- cipalitis" include a tall, red haired man named Ron Patter- son. Actually, "principa1itis" is not a disease but a qualified leader. Graduating from Bradley in 1968 with a masters degree in general administration and acting as assistant principal at Rantoul High School, Patterson is qualified and experienced. Assistant Principal: T. J. Whitsitt Principal: Ron Patterson Assistant Principal Managing a high school like MHS is not a one-man job. When the principal can't be in two places at the same time or when the paper work is as thick as pea soup, you need a back-up man. Terry Whitsitt, assistant prin- cipal at MHS, is that back-up man. Deans The Office of Student Ser- vices is the work place of Mr. Fogal, Dean of Boys, and Mrs. Corey, Dean of Girls. Both Deans perform necessary jobs in keeping order in the school. This disciplinary action hand- led by the Deans is required to maintain a good study at- ' ' ' ' ' mosphere in classes. Assistant Principal- Frank Fogal B S ISU M.A. Bradley Dean Of Girls: Judith Corey, B.A. Marycrest College, M.A. Bradley Counseloxs: Clay Rupprecht fB.S. Illinois Wesleyang M.S. ISUQ, Sharon Studinger fB.S. ISU, M.S. ISUJ, Donald H. Cordell fB.S. ISU, M.S. ISUJ, Robert Shanks fB.S. NIU, M.S, SIUJ. fc, 'F Counselors Helping overcome problems in school and problems out of school, the counselors assist students in many aspects. Along with their routine duties of registering students for future classes, the counselors offer information on occupa- tions and schooling beyond high school. All four counselors are available to help with prob- lems that students feel are confidential. usiness There's a big world out there. And with that wo rld comes decisions such as a I student s future. For those students interested in the busi- nessworld there are many paths to success. At Morton students can prepare for ca- reers as a data processer, typist, or secretary. - ' 5 1 1 I Q . -. Q X U' 5 . ,Ill , - Q .1 , 4 , .' u . .. 5 I 1 Mary Alice Whitsitt Gilbert E. Bruell Mrs. Betty Fugitt Charlene A. Lessley B.S.WIU B.S. Bradley B. S. WIU B.S. EIU M.s. Bradley M.s. 1sU Miss Velma A. Hirstein A.A. Goshen College B.S. ISU Mrs. Janet Boeker B.S. ISU ex w 1 vm ww-'H WHQS T Not Pictured A R. Scott Repplinger B.S. ISU Harold Lindley University of Illinois Agriculture Agriculture is the door- way to tomorrow. Our coun try leans on agriculture. At MHS Agriculture takes a step ahead to help the coun- try by preparing the farm- ers of tomorrow. Art Expressing yourself is important but especially important in art class. When you are painting, sketching or molding a project, it is better to be your creative self than a carbon copy of the teacher. Drivefs John Turley B. S.,ISU M.S. ISU Education One complaint that many students have of their classes is, "What good is this course going to do me in the real world?" Not so with Driver's William F. Turner Gesriig. LeMoine iolgn lE'ISbFeely Ed. D1-ivel-'S Education is one Rigs Igidley B' ' ' ' course in which the usefulness ' becomes apparent immediately. kk . , . A L 'Era Q - ,:S'...' . Q' -F-Q Y ' -, -- , 1 'N'-. Ei A isl Skis? '- ...a - asf "'-' ' E fp E. 4 .1 F .Hp '4 I QFLJPQ , 4 ' xi - , Q' "1" All 1 , lf L: .A-' 'gl 'Fi A' ii. P , gs -. X pi I J , - . I' X ' 1 ,tw . ZF? qt :fx . as - Mrs. Don Roth B.A. Eureka College M.A. Bradley Mrs. Evans B. S. U. of Wisconsin at LaCrosse Doris Blair B.A. Carthage College Alice Schertz B.S. SIU M.A. U . of I. i Y W -f 2 1 Bunney Amdor Diana Maurer Mrs. Dawn Kelley M.S. U. of I. B.S. ISU B.S. ISU English English encompasses everything from teaching the difference between adverbs and adjectives to analyzing the writing style of William Shakes- pear. But the goal of English isn't just pounding the world "ain't" out of a student's vocabulary. It is a lesson in how to put your words into some- one else's brain so he'll know what you' re talking about. 'P 1 L Chuck Pierce Linda Wood B.S. Bradley B.A. U. of I. M. S. Bradley Linda Coon Kay Lindley B. A. Eureka College B. S. ISU Ray F. Kimmey B. A. ISU M. S. ISU Foreign Languages Jamie Bradshaw B.A. U. of I. Jolene Kaufman A.B. Missouri State Teachers College B.S. Missouri State Teachers College One way to find out about your own language is to learn someone else's. But the value of a foreign language goes farther than that. It not only equips you to impress people by talking in a lan- guage unknown to them, but it also in- troduces the student to a different culture. 0 Q 1 A ! ,L . . pix. ' Special Education Adjusting to a handicap is often hard and frightening. The Special Education class- es help students adjust in all David I. Schuler Lynn Bowman areas--school, classes, and B.S. SIU B.S. ISU home life. NLS- ISU Mrs. Meiner, librarian assistant, tells George Creager, head librarian, and Mrs. Jones, secretary, that one Freshman asked if the school library subscribed to Playboy. Library Need to relieve the boredom that sometimes comes with life? Try this solution from the library: 1 book of fiction lf2 book of well-known poetry l book of biography l book your choice Sprinkle your bored mind with the above ingrediants for a short period of time. Happy reading! Librarians: George Creager and Betty Melvin B.S. WIU B.S. WIU Home Economzcs Home economics related courses will benefit both girls and guys. Future homemakers can find information on food preparation, nutrition, family relationships, budgeting, house planning and child rearing. Eg. "f,i"'.,g4'.,."i,? 1' -Q ... ,.,..,,r...,.....,- Af'-fr-1 54 " ' ' I 1 u ll un v- Eugene W. Strunk B.S. ISU M. S. ISU Dan Heinold Arthur Zwanzig William H. Dunn William Shipton B. S. ISU B. S. ISNU B.S. ISU B. S. ISU M. S. ISU M. S. ISU Industrial Arts Industrial Art classes require thoughts, visions and actions. Pro- jects such as constructing chairs or designing houses are useful for a future career as well as fun. Indus- trial Art classes allow students to use their creative powers for self- expression. ' Dale P. Nannen B. S. WIU Mr. James Baker B. S. ISU Steven Lee Schupp B. S. ISU Dale Coulter B. A. Wheaton College M. S. NIU x., Gordon Schwenk B. S. Bradley Q9 Science Disecting, solving im- possible problems, and many hours of hard studying are just a few of the individual requirements for any science course. MHS courses are no exception. Each course has its own intricacies. One must understand each ele- ment in order to accomplish the task at hand. Shirley Hildebrand James Ogg B. S. EIU B. S. Bradley M. S. ISU if u Q " X Q' N 1 0 'ffl I X Xia n g ' lb . 'Q' Not Pictured David Hager B. S. Oklahome State M.S. Bradley Ray Schmidt B.S. WIU M. Ed. U. of Minnesota Mathematics Where would we be without num- bers? We would have no way to com municate to the salesman what size shoes we want or the length of our Levi's. Everything would be guess- work and estimation. Mathematics teaches conciseness and organiza- tion--the things crystals are made of. Wendell Good B. S. ISU M. S. ISU William J. Tucker Ray Schmidt Velva june Martinie Wayne Weachter B.S. WIU B. S. WIU B. S. ISU B. S. Bradley M. Ed. U. of Minnesota Miss Bobbie Lynn B. S. ISU Gary Hootman B. S. ISU M. S. ISU r r A ,- r' ': - - . ,gf ., 5 i A 4w,g,'3, ff 'QW r A -- f v, fa E 'lk s A V ,. V I f 6 AN , V rf ,yu 2 zx. A 'Y , ' f '.,V , F 9 f f Q -3 f D , J f 1 g .5 xg L , gi W W Y ' V..: ,h I W -- J- Q fi JS -- f 4 'iefg1'f,, Xa .. 1' 'L .L E I .,,, -fa is .ff "H 1, f-.- 11- g 2 M J , '11 122 1 , Q V M - r E 94. .-,Q f , ,lb wx fb IM 2. 1 Lee Smith B. S. ISU M.S. ISU Physical Education If you like to play basket- ball or baseball or just like to Work up a sweat, Physical Education is your class. PE at MHS equips the student with the fundamentals for keeping his body from being condemned and at the same time gives his brain a break from the school day. .un fn, - ,M. Ed. Adm. U. of I. Gene Munarelli B. S. U. of I. M. S. SIU Norm Reiser B. S. ISU Mrs. Sandy Waibel Mrs. Carolyn Key B. S. WIU B. S. ISU Michael D. McDonald B. S. Bradley ff 'fry Carol Stuckey B. S. ISU f . x e Y . A Bur-dell Hall Mike Dugard Jay Aeilts Tom Murphy William L. Be aird B. S. Bradley B.A. U. of I. B. S. U. of I. B.S. WIU B.A. WIU M.S. Ed. ISU . M.A. Bradley M.A. Bradley M.A. Montana State University Social Studies is like a , mirror. The more man studies it the more he sees himself. It tells not only what happen- ed, but why and how. Because of man's ability to learn from experience, he can look to history to guide him. fj7ce Personnel The job's not finished until the paper work is done. The job of the office personnel is to keep track of facts. Office ' ' 1 t h aiilcdig Teacher Aides: Mary Smith and Betty Dresden ? data processor. Counseling Secretary: Shirley Anderson Office Secretaries: Marilyn Wynn, Judy Jones, Roni Dier dorff. Data Processor: Bernice Wells Student Services Secretary: Pat Landes 'B "gli 1 MORTON U Supportive Staff All of the credit that the MHS supportive staff deserves is rarely ever given. The bus drivers, cooks, and custodians District 709 Bus Drivers: John Grether, Clarence Herman, Albert Weidman, Ro- bert Hermann, Carl Vogelsang, Burnis Shay, Beverly Shaker, Lester Staker, and Emil Krahn. Not Pictured: George Crumrine, John Donaldson, Eldon l-Iirstein, james Hufford, Evelyn Mowry, Pauline Phelps, Ronald Reardon, Delmas Robi- fn, Carl Schmitt, Louise Steiner, Melvin Steiner, Ivan Steiner, and Carl Vier- ng. NH-IS Cooks: Front: Evelyn Adair, Joyce Hamilton, Agnes Reilly, Eidth Stubbelfield, Back: Marilyn Byrd, Evelyn Hamilton, jean Wol- lenschlager, Delma Rendleman. provide transportation, hot lunches and general mainten- ance. All are necessary func- tions to keep MHS running. MHS Custodians: Charles Wilson, John Striclcfaden, Clyde Brown, Lawren Blair, Chuck Simmons, Jack St. Cin, Wayne Bell. .ink k,1 J ' U - Zyl , ' K- ,N x Q , -1 Q' fe N , k , r ' , Q J , 1:1 3 Z It dj 'f J sf ,E v 5 3 Five if' ' ?s'w. F' , 1 1 N H 1 v- l xi. N, , TS. 'X 'Ya qw 'x ll 122 , -: K - :. . in .1 1 K' ""?' .I -5 p Y, K .," y K A A Q , I. P 1 . , 5, 'fi-Q. 'ff' fl. 1 23 J 1- - 5 3' - L . imma- Q. .M ? Ifwl-fgf Qkgfkii 5 I xxx QQ. I 'X nf , joAn Butler, presi- dentg Patti Wells, vice -president 5 Deb - bie Hamilton, secre tary-treasurer, Miss Studinger, advisor. fBack Rowj Advisoxs: Mr. Rupprecht, Mr. Shanks, and Mr. Cordell. Seniors Prom is but a memory. American History and Col- lege Prep are two things we'd just as soon forget about. Our four years at MHS are now compiled into a few memories and a few words in the brag list. What took four years to accomp- lish is now a few pages in a scrapbook, only proud words on a dusty shelf to be read and relived. . . someday. .aug 153 g N0-1 ' ma9hr5 enlors i Doug Ackerman Mary Applegren Y.f. Gwen Anderson Gary Bagby John Barton Sandy Bauman Crystal Ackerman Marla Arnett Vernon Austin Doug Barbier Lorri Bartlemay Mike Batson Gerald Bauman Elizabeth Bayer Teri Behme Cathy Benckendorf Candy Blrkey Mlchelle Blrkner Rich Benes Marsha Benjamin Chris Berta Kevin Bimrose Gayle Binkele Steve Boerckel Malinda Boggs Nancy Bollegar r ' Q1 by Linda Bueher Cindy Carlton Chris Carroll Mary Cleveland Tom Stone huffed and puffed and was soon all alone. Ann Carter ,ff-4 David Brave Tamm - . y Bmght TAS Bgffn Cindy can J n u er Scott Clark Jim Cashdollar Q? 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The Shadow knows 3 Thay thailer, if you don't care, I don't 5 'FZM J j, -wk " ' . , 4 Laurie would be deeply indebted if you would not take her picture while she is blowing her nose. 5 Greg Hoskins and Dave White lean back to let the gastric juices flow. 'fl Q u ! 5 I x i Y w N l r I K A I A IEFFEREY GARDNER L mllm A 11.24 TERESA GAY F31-5: CEA A A A A A CAROL GETZI V R lllr ABALB V A V VB . Drill Team, Student Council, Vpepf A Club, GAA, Philosopher Staff, Quill I GScrol.l ' V A JEFF GIACINTI ' ce-Op QANN GIBSON A GAA SANDRA GILLILANDV library Helper, GAA ' V " I I I ERIC GLASER A AJIAA .. ---,f AA .A e l A B Pgtballfi IB4Slf?tbauilI3aSel?411f. E'FU'3'A 1'. A ' I 1 . Library Helper, I A 1 Wllh ie "REBECCA JAMES eee BepV,c1ub,fGAA,flf lnternatlona1VV C lub , RANDY.JBNN1NGs,VB A A .V .V.gA,Pep'CVlub,V Mg4Cl1rb,.,footba11, Bass-:ba 51S?1amU1'41S A FAA, Mfclubfwresruns eee I A R or GARY GOOD M-club, Basebau DENISE GRAWEY A 'rr-:RRI GREGORY A Pep Club, Cauldron Club, FBLA, OBA CAROL GUM . GREG GUNTER Jazz Band, Band A CINDY GUNTHER Cauldron Staff, H PWTEIADJOHANSEN A JONES, RRCC A ' 1 ' GGRA COTQP 1 A A A BTWUARJONES I l'l BV A 1 etLibwYBH21Per5'GAA, Internaiiohal . B I A A . . fgC'1ub, OBA R l A .B staff -Intemauonal ' RRRG I A A A L i A B BRO: RICHARD GUSTAFSON A ANTHONY D. GUTH I A R I Library Helper, FFA, Concert Choir JOHN HAIKEY DEBBIE HAMILTCN H National Honor Society, Studentg . f ' Council, ,,PepVVClub, GAA Cauldron V . Staff, Ext-amurals I A I JOHN HAUTER Wrestling V ROBERT HAYNESI CHARLES I-IEIDBREDER MARIE HEP-MAN, Hall Runner, , Intex-na ,QATHERTNEBJORDANVEV I I 'J6Ba1?d,BFB1A, I A K - L A MAROIA rIiAISE1if A' 1 FFBIASVOEA lll .r'OR Philosopher Staff,VVl7'QOtball,1 Baseball DAVIDKENNEYA AORRA RRORRR A TBRILLRIDD RIOAC 11, LDEBBLAALANDIS A fVjubx+aryHe1pg1-,I OBA I A A I jrk :A 1. 1. IA 5 LEIAAVLANG ,V O . VGAA RICK LBE V ' Student Council, A Tracklf ' A TBRRYQVVL . Larrcl-1 ,A Young Life, Vg Football, Wrestling, FFA,,VBgBd, M-Club, CO-Op, Wrestling, I' CrOss'COuntry, Track I JUDE LBNSMBYBR THOMAS LENZ A MARYALEWIS ' IV tLibrary,Helper, Pep?CIub A 1 A DAIVIDDTLIOLLHBNSTBIN A IVJaizVBand, Band, Co-Op V . I I A I science Clublt R A,JBR1LuN1N1q l - 7.V V VV AA . 'A -M- TIM MAGARY ' I FFA, roman, wresfnng, 1975 Springflay "I-Iarveyf' V A V V21AV National Honor Society, fPep' Club, A AV, V' International Club A V ,o r - RROR 'KIZERV V aC9:OPr f R JOHNKIAWER V - '-..f .,k., A 1 V V V.: .V 'I' V V VV V 'gk VVVV:2FVA Q I R GAA FHA B 1 tonal Club, JOHN HEUBACI-I PATTIE HILL A library Helper, TIM HINDAHL V DEB DEE Hnsms A A Pep Club, GAA, TERESA l-IIPPLE GREG HOSKINSV Speech Team, DOUG HOUGH I BFA, Basebau, KENT HUBBARD a O Plulosopher Staff, Track, Football KAYKNOBLQCH llrr A u..I. I . A V?labfa1jyVVHe1PerAg.'3 'I In 'V A BPep31'C1ub4GAAB. Sw1ngA.cho1f..1nrer- B I A PAULYKOCH ' ' 'I ' Cauldron Staff, ,IZ I -V'1I.I Club,i.Phl.lOISOphert'Staff,IVM-Club, A A V A A R f R.., lBas1gefbau,l rBasgb4L1V ,.VV B,V VV A A A FHA, OBA Forensics' VI p Wresfling . Jazz Band, Band, 1M4C1ub, Across Coins AI try, Track DAVID HULL ' CEA, Tennis A ELLEN KOCHERY I relar A A A A.CAa141f1f0n Sfaff. Speech Team. I Lorna-aaaaonA1,,Vc1ub,tacoma-f choir, . I A tj Girlfsfchoiff 1975VSPfi1isl?1aY.."Harvey" BSTEVEQKODATT I 1 ..rlIrB fP11!i1QS0P11er Stiff,'.M+C1db,7Foofbau,p g:VWrestling, Txjaek, Extramux-als'V It A WHDR A Vl. National Honor Society, Han. Runnerr V Band VVG1r1's Choir CATHY WRLK ORN. A . A -TAKADAlfffrARjKLJN1NOR1 4. j A I VV library Helper, student from QJQPHI1 I ANTHCNY. MAJERUS MAJERUS STANLEYMARION AVFFAV VV V ,JOAN MARTIN A D I .AVV V Student Council, PepfCI1ub,fJazz Band, A Band, .International Cheerleadlng, Stud I ClubV,"VGAA, Caul coma I at-0 Clubp A A p ent Council, Pep n Staff, lnterna-A jqfionallclub, Philosopher Staff V L MIELANIEIMASIIKIELLI A I A I GAA, HERO, cho , 1975 sprang .V rus Library Helper, 'FFA , :Cauldron Staff V Plulosopher Staff, Industrial Arts Club MARK MGGLBLLAND DRAV I JULIE MCCOOL GAA .CIIRTIMCDONGUGI-I' R R fMfClub, Football, A -mum15n+1 ' RUSANMCGUIRE 1 Wrestling, Extra- - Pep'c1ub,GAA,, Jan Band, Band, V All-IERO, Concert Choir V V I cor mcxnvnr Q g V IVFFA, Band, Foogbann TTINI MGMAHONI ' I Football, Track, VV l.AllRllE IAERRITT L A ' ' le ,Dnll Team, V Cheer ading, Pep Club, 1 Q l11 V Y l l l l T : i 11 l l .l 1 . '-,,X1 Q fig '-1- 1-1 1"5X T -1111' Al1 Q Qyl '11i,1k ,,, 5 b-W' ' -A flliihfili E1 ' 33:1 K, TI: lil fi? 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Y,,.7?,,v f A GLENN STIEQLITZ R ' - ,,,'L I - f M-C1ubfC6-OP, WrQSf1i1i8S A A Country, A'1Ixiack f V AA l l JODYVSTINSON 1 R x R V Pep Club, Hall Runner, FFA, GAA, Cauldron Staff, Science Club, Extra- - A - murals, Quill 8 Scroll ' '1'A A V ,A BARBARA STOETZEL A 2 GAA A oAA TOM STONE A A ball, Cross Country, 'Ifraclg A A A TOM STOUTENBOROUGI-i f l R ROGER SUTTER A l fi A jan Band, Band, 'Philosopher Stai, V C0-OP BECKY bswmrrsn A h N G HERO -T- RANDYTEELV R j R JOE THIEL Wrestling A , V A ROBIN THOMSON IA Hall Runner, FFA, FHA 1 scOT'r THOMSON JUUEAATHURMAN A at V ROHNTOHN A Rf AA Football, Wrestling, ffrack' 'A DEBRA TOLSON I R, Student Council, Pep Club , GAA, Cauldron Staff, eInternatiOnalAClub,1 OBA V V I1, A.R. TRIFONOFF A A R Cauldron Staff, Band, Quilllii Scroll ANNA TROLSSER. A , G MIKEVANDEVEERR R7 R a M-Club, Cross Country, Track VV 'INGE VAN HOEK R A A YFU student fponrifgquand ROBERT VANNAREN V LORI VERRILL A A A A GAA, HERO, chorus V V, ,li,f i.V A AA if VV V' ,V VV AAGAAA,irAPhi10SOPhefStaff. FBIA, AFS L Aenn iSwf1enrAfwm Germany A . 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Country, N VR gig fI'raclg,V Extramurals ,VA f an TAMMY WHITE A, V 1 ' AV H V- Student Counci1,V, GAA, iCau1drond N ' Staff, International Club, MYCCA , A be MINDY ' "', R V A 1 V A Cheerleading, StudentfCouncil, Pep R C1ub,1GAA, cauldpcm-sfaff,e Interna- A A 5 ,equal Club, .Aoma AAG1A:1'sA12adn-dawn GREG - f V RA -'d, 1 V V V., VV A if Footba11,1Wrestling, Golf, VfExtramurals HERO ff R . A R'Pe1:fCluB,7GAA, Band, International G Club, ACir1fsAjBas1tetbalJ., A A A ,Ore A A G ,eae C31eSSC1Hb5QGO3f, 5 MSONJ A V Rand, Rand, REBEGGARWILSON l A l R A331531 Chorus O A l:SCO'IlT:RWlNTERS A as as V National Honor Society, .Science Club, N MiQ1ub'AAWveSP1inSf Tfack- A WIXOM V Dwzcrrrfryqoopsamcs f A . Az ATOBEY YERBYR A ii Vg 'R ,A A 1 ANa1ionaVl Honor Society, StudentfCoun- an AAGi'1'S Exffamufalsr A bl ,dal -AL nbldla ' A A+ ,,el Nauonal Honor Vsogiety, Debate Tearn, A- Speech Team, MjClub, Football VSUE YORDYR ,Q f R iA A - A A RR A A ,Drill ffeamf Student'COuncl1, APep - FFA A R A A A1?fEB1RZEHP+4 iicellfifon A5-Eaff: :Band A , JULHERRZQBRIST R O R irep cms, Hauuammer, GAA, OEA, ,Ch01'uSj A A A A A A OAAATONLZOBRISTVA lf R A CHARLENEZUKE' be A A ARR 1LibrarydHelper, HallfR1mner, Cauldron R VfStaff,fjPhi1Osopher Staff, FBLA, Quill G AIRScrO1l R ' A A A N K1 ,A 1 f A , , A ,. A A VVA A , .X K ,A V L Si' Pd-'1 x T Si - g -I - '11 - ' - 1 N I w I 1 1 4 1 1 l I l J Junior class advisor Mr. Tucker, Trish Taylor, presidentg Kyle Christian- sen, vice-presidentg Nan cy Merwin, secretary- treasurer, and Mr. Kim- mey, advisor. Juniors This years juniors have something in common with the Boston Red Sox and Min- nesota Vikings. Both came in number two. The Vikings and the Red Sox have no guarantee of being number one but the juniors do. In MHS's 62 year history they have never failed. sa-fx i y N X i f H Il ,V I x ? ' 1 x is N! N Lesa Abbot Susan Amstutz Daryl Austin Randy Belsley Sue Birnrose J efffev Boers Debbie A ckerman Stephanie Anderson Ed Bagley 2 .v ,N U . ' james Jeff Mark Ackerman Adair Alexander Steven S cott Jeff Argierson A1-buckle Arnold Doug Myra Nancy Bailey Bang ass er Bartimo Tim Alexander jeff Atteberry Lee Ann Bauman Pay attention, Dave, this is how Craig Mason lures the girls. Terry Allen Lori Aupperle Toni Behme Elizabeth Berg Patty Bodnar Kim Boisen You've got to be kidding--the test can't be today. . 5, in C 9 , Chuck Jim Susie Brentz Brewster Brunner Cathy Lee Steve Burnham Burnham Butts Debra Patti Kyle Chance Chismark Christiansen Ed Bryson Colleen By ers Tim Clark Jen? Bryson Cathy Carroll Diana Cook Mark Bugi eski Kathleen Carroll Laurie Cook Melissa Bolam Brenda Bott Randy Bowen John Burkley Philip Causey Mike Cooper I -.:, . Y' 'xii F" Pi I n A f .,-- ,S K ,le 1 Cindy Kevin Cron Curry Elvin Melvin DeVa11 DeVall Alice Jennifer Duckworth Dud1s William Mark Wendy Davis Teresa Dial Andy Edgar Davison Davison Vicki Bryan Dimon DiVergi1io Greg Mark P Elam Eldridge William Richard Sorry kids, due to the mature subject matter of this class, parental discretion is Costello Coyne suggested . Theresa Mark Day Deterding Matthew Gregory Doris Drummond Clay Carolyn E1W8.1'd Evans Mike Kristine Evans Fahlberg P21118 Kathleen Feeney Felker Jane Fergus on Phillip Fort Mark G eu Steve Gunter Dana Hare Peggy Hasenyager I I xx l ,Y , . y Q X 'Xl 1 - F R vs! E I . al Axim-xl Kim Anne Ted Brenda Don Ferguson Fernandes Fi effer Finley Foley Gordon Bob David Sherrill Diana Foster Foster Fuehring Funk Gardner Willian John Mark Doug Gary Geyer Gibson Gillan Gingerich Goffinet ' ,, 5 Coach, are you sure the Globetrotters started this way? il Robert Forb es J eff G ay Patricia Grant Yvonne H ansen Dolphis Hart Sue Hass elb ach er ir, Gene H atch Christa Hirstein Virgini a Hufty Cheryl Irmen S cott Johnson Linda Kaisner vfffw ' A12 5- -, ing I -., Donna H effel JOY Hofer Vicki Hunter jim I1-men Cheryl Jones Dan Kath p n, Robert So the heartbreak of psonasls has got you xtchmg too, huh? Henderson Steve Homer Tammy Huser Paul johnson Michael Kaiser Kimberly Kath 110 vi-A4 Kaylene Rhonda John C arla Peter Kaufman Kaufman Keach Keefauver Kehlert Anna Steve Everett Valerie Fritz Kerrn Kindred King Klunk Knapp Nancy Bruce Laura Andy David Koehler Koke Kolb Kolesar Kraft O. K. gLlYS--YOU have a choice--it's either ring around the rosie, drop the hand- kerchief, or, the all time favorite, Duck, Duck, Duck, Goose! X I . A Kim Kelley Vicki Knapp Keith Krolak Dori Lalock Karin Leach Debbie Lee 5 -, x x K. Janet Kemper David Knopp Karen Kuykendall Beth Landis Jamie Leb aube Stephanie Liddle ,ft 1 K Chris Justine Ligon Loercher Scott Gina Longd en Lowery Scott Angela Lynn Mahrt Robert Janeen Marlattz Marshall Craig Rick Martin Martin Patrick Richard McC afferty McC1intick Barb ara Logan Jo Lunini David Mahrt Joe Allen Martens Teresa Martin Robin McC onkey 'D Hi there! My name's Arlene, what's yours? Tom Gary Craig Gary Martin Martinie Ma son Mau gh an Chuck Jimmy Se an Bri an Mc Farl and Mc Guire McKe man McKnei ght KX :mia Pamela McMu llen R andy Miller R aymond Moushon Stephen Neib le Mary Osb ome jim Payne George Meiner Pat Moler Doug Mueller D aniel Nelson Phillip Owens Larry Penry Nancy Merwin Dale Moore Stephanie Mullins Eric Nelson Rick Owens C arolyn Perry C atherine Me ssel Darrel Moore Bri an Murphy Fred Ne pole llo Bonnie Parcel Eric Peterson , ' . 1111! Nancy Meyer Debbie Moorhous Sherry Musgrave Cheryle Oertle Cheryl Park Richard Pfanz n X .-,,,,' Bob Miller Alan Morgan Mark Muzzarelli Kim Oller Libby Paton Cynthia Pond I ' 1,.',. Pat Miller Ricky Mo ss Je ff Myers Erik Opperman Andy Payne Pamela Preston iH,Q,'? 'K .J :Q Zeller Zone's Ward Three reunion for Tammy Reynolds and Anne Fernandez. Ll Dave Price Pa mela Pruvost Pat Quevlllion Barry Rapp Kathy Rother Cindy Schimmelp fennin Kimberly Rentfro Kevin Ru ggl es Brian Schlobohm 8 Tammy Reynolds Janet Russell Bruce Schoenbein Brenda Rhodes Douglas Rutledge Lillian Schoenbein Eff Mike Phil Risinger Roeker Sandra Laura S arver Schafer Dwight Lori Schuck Scifres R honda Prince Brett Pullins Angela R amsey Be cky Rosen Stacey Shi ld Larry Shafer Kristin Shelton Margaret Smith Michael Stephens Patricia Taylor A gne s Vanoppen Mark Waeltz E ve Melissa Shive ly Pa me la Smith Sally Stoutenborou gh Paul Te sd all Jeff Vaughn Kathy Wagoner 5 ,vs -ae? 4-. , 1 Q -Q . im ,,, ly x , M Bill Simmers Steve Smith Craig Su' adley Dale Thorp Scott Vermillion Judy Wa shburn Julie Simmons Cynthia Spahr Mark Strubhar Janet Tobia s Kent Ve rrill Dawn Watts D eb orah Smiens Mary Spahr Kim Strunk Lynn Trigger Todd Vetter C arolyn Weber C aro lyn Smith Keith Spore lame s Sublette Richard Tuneff Marv Volle Cindy Wehklng Cindy Smith Betty Steffan Suzanne Swe eney Benj amin Unger Mark Voss Rick White Scott Tim Tom Witzig Witzig Woerner C harles Clinton Barb ara Yocum Young Zimmerman Not Pzctured: Susan Carol Gregory Kim Kurt Baum James Lynn White Whitfield Wilcox Williamson Barb Chadwick Scott Mandrell Donna Gary Terri Daetta Alan Connor Vicki Molle Wuthel-ich Wynd Wynd Yeargain Timothy Hartseil Bill Phillips Cara Mark Tom Amy Brad Helmer Allie Robbins Zimmennan Zimmerman Zimmerman Zobrist Ted Heusuk David Saletzki Lori Houghton Scott Schultz Elizabeth Kinney Randall Sweeter Bruce Kodatt You wouldn't believe what they put on these plates! "A11 right girls, clean this mess up, and fast!" 1 Wig Sophomore Class Advisor Mr. Dunn, Sue Wittmer, secretary-treasurerg Steve Thompson, vice-presidentg Rachel Peters, presidentg Mrs. Wood, Advisor. Q Speech C hQmiS'lT'y Sophomores The sophomore year marks what is probably the biggest transition in high school. After taking their first drive around the block, sophomores realize they aren't just child ren anymore. And now that high school is half-way over, sophomores can look back at their speech class anxieties and find it wasn't as frightening as they had thought. kdmeo - Jonah Robert Abbott Ie nni fer Anderson Don Auer Kend al Beckwith Lynette Boehme Lisa Bond 12. 1 fl: W' ,E Sa Troy Robin Eric Allan Aker Anderson Jill Becky Daniel Ashworth Atteberry Auer Jill D avid Kim Bauman Bayless Be Ckham Russell Debbie Robert Ben sel Bergstrom Bern ani Steven Aberle Patti Antrim Scott Bartlema Yvonne Beeler Diana 30885 Gene Borman Y Nanette Ad arns Kim Apke Lorrie Bartlett Janet Bell Je ffrey Bohlen Diane Bowers Sandy Ad ams Gre g Armbruster Doug Barton C onnie Bennet Chris Boisen Brad Braker 5 V You should see the new guy 1 F N X -.ff Terri Patrick Bre ta g Brewster Darin Brent Bark Burns Leroy Margaret Butler Cain K2l1hY Willi am C after C 3 ge Aaron Beth C12-Witter Collingwood SUS an D gsm 3 Culbertson Davis Robert Brown Georgia Burton Bryon C arey Sue Ca shdollar Ianice Coyne Jim Davis Robert Bundy Mary Burton Nancy Carr Randall Casteneda James Crecelius Le s Davi s Hey, Nancy, did you just hear something rip? Barry Erin Clark Clark Karl JoE11en Cre ssm an C1-um!-ine Joe Bill Davison Day an Troy Clark Lyle Cruse Matthew Desantis I Doug Devore Julie Dirst Donald Drebe s R andy Drummond Michele Farw ell Diana Fogle Y- , C arol De xhe imer T am ara Dobb s Lori Drebe s Mark Eiche lberger Amy Ferko Charles Forbes Becky Deimer Kathy Domnick C arol Dresden William Engberg Cheryl Fieffer Jill Fortman Mike Dierks Mark Donavon D ave Driscoll Mark Evans Rusty Flowers Douglas Foster You would be amazed at the stunts Christy Yerby can pull on Mr. Creager! Amy Lori linda Frintz Galbraith Gay C athy Ge orge Timothy Gin ge rich Todd Grimm Jim Harris Ke rwin Hickey R achel Hochstetler Iaclde Gen Ed Glaser Tracy Grimm Terri Hatcher Craig Hilliard R andy Hoffman JHY Gem D avid Gossman Jennifer Grisham Brian Hendrickson Sandy Hines Steve Hough 1. Diane Steve Kathleen Gibson Giebelhausen Gingerich Joe Kathy Joel Grant Green Grimm Cindy Donita jim H1-likey Hancock Hand . Judy Pam Barbara ' q ' g ' Hepp Henhah Hennan is 5 ' . 0 ' Mike i Getz Ruth Goggins Sandy Gunion Steve Henriksen linda Hipple My can just disappeared. Mark Houle Kevin Johnson Kirsten Kelly Holli Kin g Karen La grow Kathy Linder nf' E- 'ff--. ii, if L 5 E Q f 5 ii X1 ar Steve Huette Laura jone s Pat Kelly Patti cia Kizer Michele Leb aube Monica Linder Kathleen Hunternan R hond a justice Kim Ke ssling Steve Klunk Tom Ledvina Marty Link L " Debra Ihnow David Kaiser Steve Kimmey David Kniep linda Lenhard C arole Mackert s. ff Anthony Ingles Steven Kaiser Nancy Kindred Elsie Kolb Denise Levar Pam Malinowski Q jan Ireland Kurt Karnes Barb King Lynne Krolak Thomas Lichti Kim Martens Li sa Ia ckson Kathleen Kelley D an Kin g Kim Kuhel Ji 11 Li gon Bret Ma sinelli v All N s R alph Kimberly Maughan McCoy Scott Jeff Micheal Mickeljohn Jackie Mark Morgan Morris Kristel Stuart Nelson Nelson Marjean Carol Oller Olson Patrick Bpb Owens Pawn Lx- lov, ,J 1 Jana McDonald Karl Miller Kevin Moushon Amy Novel John Oney Steve Payne . M3 Y A- .L Le e McHenry Michael Miller David Murray Kathy Olinger Jennifer Ott Susan Pennington 5. f -: Ki L l 3 . an Roy Rebecca Morag McIntosh Me iner M eldrum Ramona Sara Dale Miller Miller Moob erry Nancy Richard Kim M11tteI'S Myers Neaveill This is the new Nanette Eat Everything Doll. Just press her button. Unfortunately, we have not devised an off button. Sometimes the camera catches people unaware but then again. . . ilk ,1- ' i agf al v N A Mark Susan Donna Reecy Reed Rein Chuck Dawn Michael Rinke nberger Robertson Robertson Sally Randy Greg R0eSCh1ey r Rolfe Rome sberg ilk as a 'R Q.. D ara h Penry R achel Peters Gigi Powley Jeffrey Rein Kathi Robinson Roger Rue Pamela Purdue Barb Peulausk Thomas Quevillon Jeff Re mmel Lori Robinson Vic Runyon C hristy Perrow Ben Pfl ed der Ruth Rapp Christie Rhodes Jonathan Rocke Jacquilne Rutledge Bob Peterman Cindy Price Gary Redhe ad Pamela Ricketts Sandy Roecker Bri an Byals .F-x Tammy Sackett Brenda Schure Tammy Smiens Lynn Ste gmier Lori Stresser Sally Stuber Q Marilyn Schaub Amy Schwamenn-aub Ed Smith Terri Ste vens Gregory Strauss Susan Stn ckey Mary Schick Linda Selman Lewis Smith Larry Stevi g Sheri Stubbs Dwi ght Swift 5 Jill Schmidt Cindy Shay Richard Smith Jennifer Stieglitz W 5? N N, Assn 5a ' Q.. 1 ' A .l - wx: iff , Kathy Stuart Schmidt Schroeder Sharon Jill Schilder Shinall Bob Eileen Sollberger Ste ar Bonnie Toni Stinson Stookey I or Daniel Schultz Tim Shively Maureen Ste ar Sharon Storck V Excuse me, do you have a kleenex? YW' YV WVIKH '1 5: S Steve Donna Swing Tankersley Sara James Van Etten Vaughn Sheri Lind a Warner W amock Not Pictured: Mike Bagerow Scott Bartelmay Lorrie Barlett William Engberg Dana Flowers Joe Foster Mike Kemper Cecelia Klawer William Martin Romona Miller Debbie Newell Nila Singer Heidi Wacker Brent Yordy X Re gina Taylor Heidi W acker Julie Weber Judy White sell Marti Wi lmert Jim Wynd ri.. Steve Thompson Mike W alker Be cky Welk Stacy Whitmore Susan Wittmer Jim Yarbrough James Joan Thurmond Tobias Renee Mary Wallace Wallsenfelz Susan Denise Welsh Wenndt Sherye Linda Williams Wiegand Mary Micheal Wood Wright Christy Lisa Ye rby Zobrist Holly Usi ak Robin Walton Beth Werd er Tim Williamson Je anie Wynd Anna Zuke l he 5 ,ir 1 111, 1 1 5 Freshman Class Advisor Mr. Beaird, Daryl Beeler,A presidentg Joann Kirk, vice- presidentg Doug Kuhel, secretary-treasurerg Mrs. Bradshaw, advisor. 1 W fe: Q25 Freshman Who on earth would ever want to be a sophomore? The Freshmen would. And they have it to look forward to next year. Next year no one will smile pitifully when they walk down the hall. They will no longer be the pin cushion for upperclassmen's jokes. What will it feel like not to be the "school dummies?" 1 yy T-Q e s-l T F .3 ' Q1 'Z -E.-E' L f -yas "M-A-""1 , 4 6, 1 E '7 t G Q l l 0 F l ' ,a 0 ' 45' 0 l l 7? ' XZ ly'- l-57 ly 5 Z Q K, 54 Z 'S .- l a air' 1 ri A f . l -e. 7 gr In Memoriam Douglas Brecher You cannot say, you must not say That he is dead. He is just away! With a cherry smile and a wave of the hand He has wandered into an unknown land And left us dreaming how very fair. It needs must be since he lingers thereg So think of him faring on, as dear In the love of There as the love of Here. Think of him still as the same, and say He is not dead, he is just away. From the writings of james Whitcomb Riley K.. Ama C Melanie Jody Victor Aleshire Alexander Allen Mike R ob D ana A nthony Anthony Am ett Sue Steve Cindy Bailey Barbier Barger Wendy Abbot Julie Amen Lisa Aupperle Pessv Bartelmay Daryl Beeler jeff - Berta 'C"7 Lori Abner G re g Amstuu Brenda Ayers C raig Baum Jennifer Be lsley Vicki Billiter Jody Ackerman C ari Anderson Gordon Ba gby Jim Baum Nancy Berg Robin Bjork john Ackerman ji m Anthony Jo Anna Bagley Nancy Be ck Scott Berger D avid Blair Nancy Taylor! I saw what you put down Gary's shirt. i V r,., R gf S ,- Xu .-E-09 5, Nxl r A A1 E I Bob Bodnar Kevin Bontemps Doug Brecher Mike Bugaieski JGHHY Caraway Mike Cloyes Krsit a Bolle gar Sarah Boyer Vicki Bright Kari Boyd Cheryl C arlton Marci Coddin gton 1 rm- W5 rf. iii I X Amy Steider and Janet Oedewaldt take in another exciting Cauldron meeting. F? .R Q fi H if +? W r, Y Y sd' X' .W Mtg Judy Bomarito Sharon Brandle Marty Brown Scott Burgener Cindy C arter Lori Colca sure Todd Bonham Bob Bratland Greg Bryan Mark Burnham Carol Chadwick Brent Colegrove Julie Buttleman Craig Cheetham Kelly Conner mir vi Wi-I 9 if -A sw V 1 Q ex fn 0. V Carol Buysse Mark Clasen Diane Craig Drew Cali Prend a Clawitter Rich ard Craven F -1 51 X ,Q , ,, r I 2 ix ,I A is ' 5 Greg Creame an R e gina Daniels Lynn Dillard Bob Do ane 1.i sa Drummond Jim Enerson fs Tari Cru se Cheryle Danielson je ff Dimon Ji rn Dobbelair Shelly Duffelmire Bob Engbe rg a Aooo ' I W ' 5 , No, Ken, expensive shirts won't get Thelma 4, ' 'ff Lou's attention. Put your money where your mouth is. Carol Cunningham Mark Davis Matt Dix-st Katrina Dollinger Tonya Eiken Tim Epkins Darci Marci Neil Greg Cunningham Cunningham D'Argo Daniels Traci Roger Debbie Lisa DeSollar Deterding Dickey Diggs john Tracie john Tom CkSOl'1 Eglinger Evans Mary Draeger Kathy Emmons Brian Erickson up-f-T f-T a 4 ,Q D ave Ferguson Dale Gallamore Nancy Hamilton Brenda Hart Dottie Henning Pam Hogue Xl Karen Fischer Kathy Gardner Tracy Hampton Shawn Hart Ricky HSPP Bob Holland Lori Flairity Greg Garrison Donald Hancock Larry Hartman Esther Hermann Mike Horn K J gl, Denise Flynn Richard Gay Bd Hanley Bill Har-ter Nancy Hermann Jane Howard T ammy Flynn jeff Gib son Barry Hare Greg Hatch Bob He rtenstein D ana Hoxie Dick Foster Lora Gillan Craig Harm Barb Hauter Alan Heth john Huber Jason Fox Terri Gin gerich Sue Harris Russ Hend erson Mike Heusik Jim Huffman we Brend a Hufford D avid Jones Sheri Keller Cheryl Klunk Je an Hunsicker Rocky Justice Kathleen Kelly Darla Ann Kneip C hri stin a Huthman Alan Kaiser Sue Ke nt C arla Knoblock rw- 4! Wake up, Collette! It's time for another BOR- ING Monday. John Ivey Andrew Kaufman C athy Kerm Liz Knopp Cheryl Krane Ja me s Lantz Stephanie jenkins Patrick Keenan Joann Kirk Pam Koehler Allen Kruse Tina Leathers Arlene johnson Andre a Kehlert John Kla asen Teresa Kom DOug Ku hel Susan Lee ' 49 Susan Johnson Jennifer Kehr Rand al Klein Melissa Krantz Richard Lacy Diane Lueling 172 17A I v'i'3 . A 1 in , X gf: 7: as 5 k I 3 m e N N Mike link Marta Lucas Susan Malcolm Mellissa Ma sin e11i Mike Mc Gow an De an Litherland john Lunini R ebecca Malinowshi Lori Mattson Jem' McGuire Craig Little jeff Lynch Kevin Mandrell Tim Maughan Katana Meierhans Philip Geoffrey Lockwood Londgen Lori Denise Mackert Mahrt Mitch Steve Marine Marion Lori Michael Mayer McCafferty Helen Mike Meldmm Merwin D awvn Lopeman Sandra Mains Brent Martin D ave McCan1e ss Tammy Mi cha el Dennis Lowery Chuck Majerus Scott Martin Michelle McFarlane Kim Musgrave 11" Steve Michael Kathleen Miller Marc M ills Jeffery Morton Rhond a Oestmann David Park , I Q :D 'usp' Na.. I jenny Osborne, "How's your love life?" 5 we W- s W , M, arg 5 David Miller Lind a Miller Paul Moots Kirk Moser Kim Olinger T ere sa Pech Ed Miller Timothy Miller Patti Morris Scott Murray Linda Opperman Carla Pennington Glenn Miller Joseph Milli gan Steven Morrison Li sa Muzzare ll i Jennifer Osborne Dan Penovich Anne Julie janet NE1S0I1 O' conne 11 Oldewaldt Karen Paul Michael OSVBHS Owens Qyer D01-'S Lee Steve Penovich Pittenger Poirot 176 ,fa Larry Porter Darin Re dhe ad Glenn R inker Steven Roller Cynthia Schafer Mary Ann Schmidt fa I x 3 x- , " ' 7 ' Of, -..," F Kathy Preston Wally Reed Daryll Ritthaler Bob Roman Tom Schafer Scott Schmied Lawernce Prodehl Mark Reinken Donna Roberson Urban Rump Bari Scheere: Jay Schnarr Beth Rapp Kim Rhoades Michael Robinson Timothy Runyon Bret Scheere r Tammie Schorn Scott R assi Kevin Richmond Anna Roecker Jim Rutle ge Eric Schillie Brian Schultz Kelly Rebholz R alph Ringer Jennifer Roecker James S anderson Eric Schmidt Jackie Schultz Brady Reddish Marc Rinkenberger Cheryl Rolfe Melanie Sayers Pamela Schmidt Rick Schultz gr:- ,.. 5- 'fa , 2 ' J be I 1 x X. Fi li l Denise Jeff Susan Smith Smith Smith Mark Jill Bill Stephens Stetsler Stoezel Chris George Lisa Sweeter Taylor Taylor I F Toni Lee Shaw C arolyn Spanier Janine Stout Nancy Taylor Jim Uphoff Ryan Vermillion X I-a1'1'Y Arlene Sahv Smith Debbie Todd Steffans Ste gmaiel. Scott Laura Stover Stuckey Michelle Ronald Tindall Toungett Ian Teresa Urb an Uri sh Kenneth Gre g Vogel Wabel Dave Smith Amy Steider D arla Sutter D arwin Tuffentsamer Jeffrey Vaughan Susan Wa goner Open mouth, insert. . . a fish hook? p.. il' A A Kin '- W 'hex Lt.. K' it , p1 T Diane White Geoffrey Winnet Michael Yuhas Steve julie Scott Collette Sheli a Greg Waibel Wallace Wamer Wehking Welch Wenndt Terry Steven Sa ndy Doug Je ffrey Tom White Whitii eld Widmer Wie gand Williams Williamson Gwen De an Lindsay Kathy Charlotte Christy W itzig WOh161't Wri ght Yarbrough Yordy Yoydy Liz Gary Julie Ann Edward C arol jeff Zach aria Zehr Zehr Zell Zimmerm an Zittritsch Not Pictured: Q Bill Aker Richard Barth Daniel Chismark Jeffre Eveland Rebecca Gamble Deanna Sue Harris Timothy Howard David Melton Todd Mullins Tina Salter Steven Shook Conrad Stinnet Michael Tankersley Allen Thompson Kim Tran Shirley Vogel Kim Vollertsen Michael Wilson A typical classroom with typical Freshmen on a typical Monday. fav-EP' .-,,- - Y ' f ' 1' DQ "WWE 31 X X I f I f 64: Q I f M 'Q X ,,1' ' ' XX f A X X X I I an OVGVKGDGL ' C9 CLa5.s -' , ' ,-9'1" ,- ,'A., !,, . f 'xy , n I , A,.V y . .,f1f 4' 5+ J gf W-A E i 'i++-A 61:3 .f, Ztls SX 'X-ll 1 ,Af fl: If ET A 5 E Ll ,Full-f ' EE . 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Lorrie 91, 1518 Bartlemay, Peggy 169 Bartlett, Lorrie 91,158 Bowers, Diana 158 " 4 . A Boyd, Kari 78, 79,170 0 Boyd, Mark 88 , ' 591 o,,,, Q ' Boyer, Sarah 170 H Braker, Bradley 54,83, 158 ,'A' 1'-llll',,'l Brandle, Sharon 1701 ',4. A ,1o..,l Clark, Timothy 147, 42 ' Clark, Troy 159,42 - Clasen, Mark 41,170 A ,Qlgwitter,' Prenda 511590, 79,17 Clawitter, Aaron 82, 159, leyeland, Mary, 510, 90, 123, 55 0 Conner, Alan 83,42 Cloyes, Michael 88, 170 Coddington, Marcee 170 , 1 Colclasu.re,'1 Lori 170 5 Colegrove, Brent 170,60 1 Collingwood, Beth 72, 75, 159 gy Connor, Kelly 170 7 Connor, Sharon 124, 33 y Cook, Diana 20, 78, 147 4 cook, Laurie 147 I Cooper, Michael 40,147 Costello, William 147 Coyne, Jan a4,91,1s9 3 Coyne, Richard 147 Cox, Edward 124 1 3 Crabb, Craig, Ronald 85,124,61 - Diane 170 7 y Craven, Richard 41,170,60 1 Creamean, Gregory 171 9 Crecelius, Jim 75, 78, 80,159, 5 Cressman, Karl 159 f 1 g Cron, Cynthia 86, 92, 147 7 y ,7 Crumrine, Brad 68, 124 4 Cruse L le 159 Cruse: Y y 77 Tari 79,171 1 Culbertson, Sue 91,159 Cunningham, Carol 171 Cunningham, Darci 90, 171 A' 1 Curry, 1 Curtis, Cunningham, Marci 90, 171 Kevin 88,89,147 so R1ek9s,124,ss rac H 1 D 7c c 7 1 ' Dallinger, Barbara 72, 75,124 1' 1' Dalliuger, Kathy 89 g 1 7 7, 7 1 Daniel, .muy 124 is 1 3' Daniel, Gregory 77, 82, 1 71 Daniel, Regian 84, 171 eY'l ' 1 Danielson, Chery1784,190, 1717 ' D'Argo, Neil 41,54, 171 ygc. , 1 1 Darst, 4 Davis, L Davis, Davis, Davis, Davis, Davis, Davis, Major 85,,124, 61 Desma 20, 79, 86,159 , janet 90, 124 1 'l'.,. 1 7 Jim 72, 75, 76, 83,159 g Les 159 7 Mark 41, 171 Rebecca 69, 124 ,loo 8 William 44,48, 147 51,52 Davison, Joseph 159 yir iay 7 7 it Davison, Mark 92,147 Davidson, Wendy 147 icv Day, Ann 75 H - Day Bill 1 9 Day: Theresa 147, f Deavers, Susan 124 y Desantis, Mark 124 gg Desantis, Matt 159 1 g ' DeSo11ar, Renee 38, 84,124 DeSollar, Traci 39 1717 , Detennng, Mnf1e147,s9 1 Deterding, Roger 44,171 7 , DeVall, Elvin 78, 147 7 , DeVall, Melvin 78,77,147 1 DeVan, Kimberly 39, 56, 86, 90, 124 1 Devere, Doug 26, 78,1600 1 1 Dexheimer, Carole 39, 84,91,70, 16 1 Din, 'reresn 39, 75, 147 1 5 Dickey, Cynthia 125 ii' f W Dickey, Debra 171 i Diemer, Becky 88, 160 1 Dierks, Mike s4,2s, 75, 76, 160 Diggs Lisa 171 - ' f Diller-11, Lynn 51, 77, 90, 171, sa 1 Dimon, jeffrey 171 1 Dimon, vieki 147,82 y Dirst, Julie 91,160 Dirst, Matthew 72, 75, 76, 171 Q Dirst, Philip 125 3 Di Vergilio, Bryan 147' J Di Vergilio, John 171' 1 Dixon, Mark 68, 125 1 0 Erickson, B1-inn 411, 49, 171, ez We 1. ,fs 1 - ee ,green - 1 - 1. 1 .. .7 z' ,,,. Deene,,Rober1,,41,4171 , 62 Dobbelaire,'fIames171 1 11 7 7Dobbs,Q1Tarnara 79,160 " Katrina 171 Domhick, Kathy 78, 9p,16O 1 Donovan, Jane 28, 84, 86, 125, 31 Donovan, Mark 53, 160, 60 7 Doris, Matthew 147 7 Draeger, Mary 20, 27, 79, 171, 200 Doug 72,93 Drebes, Diane 125,28 Drebes, Donald 160 Drebes,-Lori 160 ' Dresden, Carol 38, 82, 84,160 7 Driscoll, Dave 41,160, 60 Drummond, Gregory 147 Drummond, Lisa 171 Drummond, Randy 54, 160 Duckworth, 1Alice 147 Duaig,,,15fJennifer Dutelnieierg Shelly 20, 79, 171 ,,,- - ioi 1 eeei 'g2,i147,45,61 Eichelberger, Mark 160, 60 Eicken, Tonya 171 as Elam,1Gregory 147, Eg1aridge,1Mnrk 147,61 1 Elward, Clay 147 g 1 Emmons, Kathleen 171, 55 ' Enerson, James-1171 .1 17 1 Engberg, Bill '49, 160,60 Engberg, Robert 76,171 Epkins, Timothy 41,17l,60 Erickson, Tracie 171 E1-lekile, Mark12S,93 Eslinger, John 171 y . Evans, Caro1u147f' Evans, Mark 160 Evans, Mike 147 Evans, Thomas 171 Eveland, jeffrey Fahlberg, 'Kathy 792, 125 ren1berg,7 Kristine 78, so, 84, 89, 92, 147 Farwell, Michele 160. Farwell, Phillip , " Feeney, Paula'147, 7 Feeney, Teresa 7125 1 ,7 Felker-, Kathleen 147 7 1 Fender-,en Richard 68, 125 7 F8!glQlSO1'ij'q David 41 ,1'72,62 1 Ferguson, Jane'52, 84, 148, 93 Ferguson, Kim 92,148 , Ferkoj Amy 148,160 Fernandes, Anne 148,93 Fieffer, Cheryl 160 1 Fieffer, Theadore 148 Pinks, Frances 33 7 Finley, Brenda 148 Fischer anet 78 79 88 125 33 1 , 1 a 9 9 I --Fischer, Karen 90, 172 Flairity, Lori 172 7 Flowers, Dana ' 1 Flowers, Russell 160 Elyhn, Christopher ,68, 125 Flynn, Denise 172 Tammy 172 1 Fogle, Diana 160 ' 6' Foley, Don 20, 148 Forbes, Charles 160 g Forbes, Robert 148, 7 ,Fort, Phillip 40,1487 1 Fortman, jill 160 ,Foster, Douglas 41, 88, 160, 61, 62 Foster, Gordon 40, 92, 1.48 Foster, joe 41, 88 7 Fosters, 11a7, 7 ,FQST1e1f,:11 Lisa 111, 785 80, 17257. 33 7 Foster, ,R1enen114417,749gi172 iisss he 77 40, 48, 85148 y ren, ,1esnns77z6,41,1777s,1177i,11e27, 7 yyii rfen1e,j'Deng1ee 125 7 i", he V- 1 7 jrriye, 11y 1 ffjanet 69,125.,'200, 93 g, 11F'11s1v'i11s,i1?2vi1if40.148 is 7 1ane'12S7 leesvv 9 ieea 7 7 Sherrill 78, 747 1478, . 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