Morton High School - Cauldron Yearbook (Morton, IL)

 - Class of 1977

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Forward we go With a vague feeling of triumph From the four years gone Gone but not forgotten Never to be seen again But only in our minds Slipping Into the mist of tomorrow. 18 Senior Class Officers Front: advisors: Mr. Robert Shanks, Mr. Donald Cordell, senior representatives: Paul Tesdall, Valerie Klunk, Debbie Leeg advisor Miss Sharon Studinger. Back: Nancy Koehler, vice-presidentg Cyndi Cron, presidentg and Patti Chismark, secretary- treasurer. v. Q5 - . - Lesa Abbott Tim Alexander Scott Arbuckle Myra Bangasser Deborah Ackerman Terry Allen jeff Atteberry Patricia Barr Jim Ackerman Susan Amstutz Lori Aupperle Nancy Bartimo jeff Adair Stephanie Anderson Daryl Austin Lee Ann Bauman Mark Alexander Steven Anderson Edward C. Bagley Toni S. Behme Seniors 19 A J, Randy Belsey Patrieia L. Bodnar Betsy Berg Jeffery D. Boers '-Q.,-g 41,,,..a.., ,., ,,,, , ,, -M..W' - Craig Lynn asks, "What do I get if I finish this in one swallow?" 20 Seniors ,WW The Three Musketeers re- incarnated-- or as they are better known: Gary Mar- tinie, Mark Deterding and Jeff Myers. Kimberly L. Boisen Suzanne Brunner Melissa J. Bolam K Mark Bugaieski Brenda jean Bott john Burkley Randy Bowen Cathy Burnham Chuck Brentz Lee Burnnam Steve Butts Kathy Carroll Phil Causey Debbie Chance Sylvie Chevalier Patti Chismark Kyle Christiansen Timothy Clark Alan Connor Carlene Cook Michael Cooper R1Ch3-Fd COYHC B111 Costello Cynthia Cron .. 2 ' : C if g - it .Tlx v-,H A I img -A Q .5 5 .N ,E A Hi The creature from the green lagoon poses with Dwight Schuck just to prove that more intelligent forms of life do exist elsewhere. Q I Q J Seniors 21 'sc ,Lx 7 x Kevin Curry Desma Davis William Davis Introducing the new improved Andy Edgar Wendy Davison Track Doll. For only S14.95, he can walk, Theresa Day talk and run a four minute mile while chew- Mark Deterding ing gum. Elvin Devall 22 Seniors Melvin Devall Terry Dial Dave Dierdorf Vicki Din-ion Greg Drummond Alice Duckworth Z E . lx Jennifer Dudis Andy Edgar Greg Elam Mark Eldridge Carolu Evans Paula Fegney Kathy Felker jane Ferguson Kim Ferguson Ted Fieffer 24 Seniors Gary Goffinet Stephen Gunter Cindy Haikey Yvonne Hanson Dana Hare Do1pl'us Hart Susan I-lasselbacher Txm Hartsel Gene Hatch Peggy Hasenyager Donna Heffel Why is Tom Martin sitting all alone? It can't be for his golfing skill. Brad Helmer Robert Henderson Vicki Henning john Heth Ted Heusuk Greg Hines Chris Hirstein Joy Hofer Steve Horner Lori Houghton Bruce Houle Nancy 'Howard Curtis Huette Virginia Hufty Vickie Hunter Cheryl Irmen Scott johnson jim Irmen Cheri jones Paul johnson Mike Kaiser Mark Strubhar practices a new chorus posture as he takes a break to read a note from julie. Seniors 25 4 r mg, M 1. if K, ff ' A fr' a5fQ, ,h -fm . .HV ' x H My x A 3, , 5 f air' Ei If mx wif 3 'JW' ww I fi 3.-. XJR an ,,..,,! . .55'2'f5 g , I 9 M . 1 3 il' A -Q, .- - 1 3., -if ,iw asa, ,, ,- aff 'X in , 0 . fm! if W- 4 ff J! , 4 K 1 L !,' Y 1 J f 1 ' ' Q I aw--6 Quai, ,L l" ,, V zy H iw Q" is-M ,- W Ai: X v f M.. 5:- 'f""x"x 'f ix M V Mi .,, I I S9152 1-, , V,,,ff L .751 lg - .w i :J V , jj? 69 lg f' 4 I, , .. . Q 4 'uv A ,W mW2A,,, ,, ., iw.. -.b 7,4 ii Q: fi ' if I . 4' , 2 W ffm ,-mm, .g ' 'iw ,,.N ! , , l'-x Y I ' 'o K, , , I -, .X , " I 2, ag - 2 I V, N ' - X Q . ,Wifi K - . '. '. " , ki 5 H 1 ', - - . . .'.' .' - X ff "1" I u."','. f '.' n,' 1. e,','., wk' I 1 .. ,, ..'. ...Q . K A-ii 'T iw' ,ki 28 Seniors J. Craig Lynn Joe Martens Gary Martinie Brian Mckneight Angela Mahrt Craig G. Martin Craig Mason Pamela McMullen David Mahrt Ricky Martin Richard McC1intick George Meiner Emanuele Marano Teresa Martin Robin McConkey Catherine Messel Janeen Marshall Tom Martin Sean McKernan Nancy Meyer Bob Miller Alan Morgan Stephanie Mullins Randy Miller jacquline Morgan Brian Murphy Pat Moler Ricky Moss Sherry Musgrave Darrell Moore Raymond L. Moushon Mark Muzzarelli Debbie Moorehouse Doug Mueller jeff Myers , jfff 4' if ' just Jeans' hit the jackpot when they met this school. Carole OLson gets a start on her homework the esy way--looking over Rachel Hoch- stet1ers's shoulder. Elle if you're worried about semester exams, take two turns and call me in the morning. Seniors 29 Steve Nieble Fred Nepolello Kim Oller Vicki, your intense excitement and energy are too much! 30 Seniors Erik Operman Elizabeth Paton Cynthia Pond Francie Osborne Andy Payne Pam Preston 1 Phil Owens Carolyn Perry David Wayne Price Bonnie Parcel Eric Peterson Brett Pullins Cheryl Park Rick Pfanz Pat Quevillion 'af' 1-ff' ,SSN .fy Q?""?' I ,Q Q' I a' "' I r glial I f ,. "' 4943, ' qw . I'.-We., .. "C" ifaf Iv ff A by . ff? 5. 4-Wad: 32 Seniors Kris Shelton julie Simmons Melissa Shively Donna Simpson William David Simmers Debbie Smiens H0w's the new UNIVAC work, Cindy? Carolyn Smith Cindy Smith Peggy Smith Steven Smith Cindy Sphar 'J .z' 1 Keith Spore Betty Steffan Mike Stephens Craig Stradley Mark Strubhar This is the final segment of my experiment. When I add this drop of pastuerized cow's blood, I will have created. . . a CHEESEBURGER! Kim Strunk Paul Tesdall janet Tobias Richard D. Tuneff James M. Sublette Dale Tharp Lynda Trigger Manfred Uhlig Suzanne M. Sweeney Ben Unger Randy Sweeter Agnes VanOppen Patricia Taylor Scott Vermillion Seniors 33 W 8 Kath are you sure Chris Evert started that way? ,fn . , ,l',.X,V, IW, , I ,I A What s le! What form! What race! Kim A-VrL I i, :: .-gg, .V I if 'asa V My kai r ' M'AN?3'fx f 'A . vA,gg.JsQ2 r w 1 123, f ,Q fi'-in V 5? '25, wh i s '57 We , J W A " .nw J 0 'F J' r r 'Q ' 4 awk Q A33 43, 1 'Wiggg 3 'gh 'Z 5 , ' 1 ,W rr just W rv t my rf 'S 'Ad' , My M. r., .- F ee Q K A I can't figure it out. If I lost two pounds last week and didn't eat breakfast today, How could I have gained 12 pounds in 24 hours? Sorry I'm late, but a great big pumpkin hijacked my car to Libby's. Well, I almo got canned, but. . . . st 34 Seniors Kent Verrill Todd Vetter Mary Volle Mark Waeltz Judy Washburn Dawn Watts Greg Wilcox Carolyn Webber Kim Williamson Cindy Wehking Scott Witzig Susan White Tim Witzig Carol Whitfield Tgm Woerner - - Yvgnne Wgods Charles YOCHIII Donna Wuthrich Clinton Young ' Cary Wynd Barbara Zimmerman Terri Wynd Cara L. Zimmerman Daetta Yeal-gain Mark Allen Zimmerman Tom Zimmerman Amy Zobrist M Z eee' Q' ,.-4"""' Seniors 35 36 Seniors Colleen Byers Laurie A. Cook Karin Henriks Cathy Carroll Kris Fahlberg Jimmy McGuire Q Tony Ondrey Allen Penry Angela Ramsey Sandy Sarver 'Q 'R YA! ,. 1 my , , z. 1 IQ 'if V3 4? lk K at Alf' 7,1 ff? 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V c aft ,l f ii f LL ,, Agri' , 4 ,V 4 v i , , . 512, ' .-2 55 , f ' , it ,VJ V , "-W" v -, J V. 5 ,gi .,,' X w 1: Y. . t ,,'ga,,.,,.,,,.l ' -134 , an 11"-ii! , Doug Bailey Kurt Baum Edward Beach Jeanne Bedwell Shelly Brown Edwin Bryson jerry Bryson Mike Evans Mark Gillian Tammy Huser Dan Kath Kim Kath Scott Mandrell Robert Marlatt Gary Maughan Pat MCC afferty Seniors Not Pictured Vicky Melle Dale Moore Eric Nelson Cheryl Oertle Rick Owens jim Payne Bill Phillips Kevin Ruggles joe Russell Scott Schultz Sally Stoutenborough Tom Stoutenborough Steve Voss Kathy Wagoner Rick White Senior Brag List ..A..... LESA ABBOTT DEBORAH ACKERMAN GAA 1,25 FFA 2,3,43 Na- tional Honor Society 2,3,43 Concert Band 1. JIM ACKERMAN FFA 2,3,43 Varsity Band 13 M-Club 3,43 Cross Country l,2,3,43 Track l,2,33 Wres- tling l,2,3,4Q Hall Runner 2. JEFF ADAIR MYCCA 3,43 M-Club 2,3,43 Football 1 , 2 , 33 Wrestling l,2,33 Co-Op 4. MARK ALEXANDER Co-Op 4. TIM ALEXANDER TERRY ALLEN Cauldron 33 Concert Choir 1,2,33 Swing Choir l,2,3j Football 1,21 Basketball 13 Track 13 Baseball 1. SUSAN AMSTUTZ GAA 33 FFA 4. STEPHANIE ANDERSON OEA 43 GAA l,2,3,43 GAA Officials 2,3,43 MYCCA 2,3,43 Concert Band 1 . STEVEN ANDERSON Chess Club l,2,3,4. SCOTT ARBUCKLE JEFF ATTEBERRY Graphic Arts Club 3,42 Philosopher 33 Symphonic Band l,2,33 Marching Band l,2,33 Jazz Band 1,2. LORI AUPPERLE HERO 43 GAA 2, FHA 4s In- ternational Club 1,23 GAA Officials 23 Concert Band 1 . DARYL AUSTIN Co-Op 43 Varsity Band 13 Wrestling 1. ..B..,. EDWARD C. BAGLEY MYRA BANGASSER PATRICIA BARR NANCY BARTIMO LEE ANN BAUMAN OEA 43 FFA3 Philosopher 3. TONI S. BEHME OEA 43 GAA 33 Pep Club 23 Philosopher 3s National Hon- or Society 43 Hall Runner 13 Wrestling Cheerleader3 Dril Team I. as senior Bi-ag List 1 RANDY BELSLEY Co-Op 43 M-Club 3,43 Foot- ball 13 Cross Country 2,3,4: Track 2,32 Wrestling 1, 2,43 Baseball 13 Homecoming Court 3. BETSY BERG Hall Runner 13 Varsity Band 1. PATRICIA L. BODNAR GAA 13 Pep Club I3 Cauldron 13 Plays: Harvey and George Washington Slept Here. JEFFERY D. BOERS Science Club 43 Concert Band 1. KIMBERLY L. BOISEN MELISSA J, BOLAM GAA 1,23 MYCCA lg Interna tional Club 13 GAA Officials 23 Philosopher 3,43 Cauldron 3,43 Quill and Scroll 3,43 Symphonic Band 1 ,2,3,43 Marching Band 1 ,2,3 ,43 Jazz Band 2,3,43 Concert Band 1,2,3,4Q Drum Major 43 Tennis 1,21 Softball 1,23 Basketball Manager 13 Play: MASH 4. BRENDA JEAN BOTT Freshman Chorus 13 Girls' Chorus 1 . RANDY BOWEN Co-Op 4. A CHUCK BRENTZ National Honor Society 2,3,43 M-Club 3,43 Football l,2,3,43 Basketball 1 . SUZANNE BRUNNER GAA 13 Hall Runner 13 Freshman Chorus 13 Girls' Chorus 1. MARK BUGAIESKI Science Club 3,43 Marching Band 1,23 Concert Band 1,23 M-Club 43 Football 1,2,3,4. JOHN BURKLEY Graphic Arts Club 2. CATHY BURNI-IAM Pep Club 23 Library Helper 23 Concert Choir 33 Selected Chorus 13 Swing Choir 43 JV Wrestling Cheerleader 2. LEE BURNHAM FFA 3,43 Philosopher 33 Hall Runner 13 Wrestling 3. STEVE BUTTS Science Club 23 Student Council 33 Concert Choir 43 Swing Choir 43 Madrigals 43 Track 43 Philosopher 3,43 Cauldron 3,43 Quill and Scroll 3,43 Central Illinois Press Club 3,43 Selected Peoria Journal Star Outstand- ing Staffer 33 Chess Club 2. ..C.... KATHY CARROLL GAA l,2,33 MYCCA 1,23 Pep Club l,2,33 Philosopher 33 Marching Band 13 Concert Band 13 JV Cheerleader 2. PHIL CAUSEY DEBBIE CHANCE OEA 43 MYCCA 13 Girls' Chorus l . SYLVIA CHEVALIER Foreign Exchange Student from France 4. PATTI Cl-IISMARK MYCCA 1,2,3,43 Pep Club 1,2,3,43 Student Council 2,43 National Honor Society 2,3,43 Philosopher 3. KYLE CHRISTIANSEN MYCCA 13 Student Council 33 Marching Band 13 Concert Band 13 Tennis 43 Cross Country 4. TIM CLARK ALAN CONNOR Chess Club 2,32 Tennis 1,2,3. CARLENE COOK HERO 4. LAURIE A. COOK MIKE COOPER BILL COSTELLO RICHARD COYNE Co-Op 4. CYNTHIA CRON GAA 1,22 MYCCA l,2,3,43 Student Council l,2,43 Gym Helper 13 Philosopher 33 Play: MASH 4. KEVIN CURRY FFA l,2,3,43 Science Club 3,41 National Honor Society 2,3,43 Football 23 Track 1,2. ...D... BILL DAVIS MYCCA 3,43 Pep Club 43 Golf l,2,3,43 Basketball l,2,3,4. DESMA DAVIS Student Council l,2,33 Con- ' cert Choir 33 Selected Cho- rus 23 Freshman Chorus 13 Plays: Harvey 1, George Washington Slept Here, 2s MASH 3. WENDY DAVISON HERO 43 GAA 1,22 Pep Club 23 Concert Band 1 . THERESA DAY MARK DETERDING M-Club 43 Basketball 23 Baseball l,2,3,43 Philos- opher 3. ELVIN DEVALL Symphonic Band 13 Concert Band 1,2,33 Concert Choir l,2,3,4. MELVIN DEVALL Concert Band 2 , 3 , 43Varsity Band 13 Concert Choir 1,2,3,43 Track 13 Track 1. TERRY DIAL OEA 43 GAA 1,23 Pep Club 13 Marching Band 13 MYCCA 1,23 Concert Band 13 Home- coming Court 13 Drill Team 33 JV Wrestling Cheerleader 2. DAVE DIERDORFF VICKI DIMON OEA 43 FBLA 3,43 Badminton 3,4. GREG DRUMMOND Co- OP 4 . ALICE DUCKWORTH FFA 23 Freshman Chorus 1. JENNIFER DUDIS FFA 1. ..E.. ANDY EDGAR Science Club 3,43 M-Club 3,43 Pep Club 13 Football 1,23 Cross Country 3,43 Track l,2,3,4. GREG ELAM Co-Op 43 FFA 2. CAROLU EVANS ..F.... KRIS FAHLBERG HERO 43 MYCCA l,2,3,43 Pep Club 1 ,2,33 National Honor Society 2,3,43 Philos- opher 33 Marching Band 1,23 Concert Band 1 ,23 Drum Ma- jor 23 Concert Choir 2,3,43 Selected Chorus 13 Swing Choir 3,45 Madrigals 3,41 YFU Exchange Student to France. PAULA FEENEY GAA 13 Concert Band 13 Var- sity Band 13 Selected Chorus 13 Freshman Chorus 1. KATHY FELKER OEA 43 GAA 1 . JANE FERGUSON GAA 13 MYCCA 1,2,33 Pep Club 3,41 Philosopher 33 Cauldron 23 Wrestling Cheerleader 3,4. KIM FERGUSON MYCCA 1,25 Graphic Arts Club 3g Philosopher 3 . TED FIEFFER Baseball 2. DONALD FOLEY Reader's Theatre 3,4. A Christmas Carol and Christ- mas Potpourri. DUFFY FORBES Co-Op 43 MYCCA 1,23 Foot- ball 1,23 Golf 1,23 Track 1. PHILLIP G. FORT M-Club 3,41 Football 1 ,2,3,4. GORDON FOSTER FFA 13 Student Council 13 Philosopher 33 M-Club 1, Football 1 , 2 , 3 , 43 Basketball 13 Baseball 23 Homecoming Court 1. ROBERT FOSTER Football 1 , 2 , 3 , 43 Basketball 1,2,3,4Q Track 1. DAVE FUEHRING Student Council 13 Philos- opher 33 Football 1 ,2,3,43 Basketball 13 Baseball 1 ,2. SHERRILL FUNK HERO 43 Concert Band 13 Concert Choir 33 Selected Chorus 13 Madrigals 43 Basketball 1,23 Track 1,2. DIANA GARDNER OEA 43 Symphonic Band 43 Marching Band 4. JEFF GAY Science Club 43 National Honor Society 2,3,43 Madri gals 2,3,43 Tennis 3. MARK A. GETZ Science Club 43 National Honor Society 2,3,43 Madri gals 2,3,4Q Tennis 3. WILLIAM GEYER Graphic Arts Club 2,3 . JOHN GIBSON Chess Club 43 Tennis 4. DOUG GINGERICH FFA 4. GARY GOFFINET Co-Op 43 Football 13 W1-eg tling 1. STEVE GUNTER -1-1... CINDY L. HAIKEY GAA 13 Pep Club 13 Interna- tional Club 1 . YVONNE HANSEN HERO 43 GAA 1,23 Cauldron 2. DANA I-IARE MYCCA 1 . DOLPHIS HART FFA 43 MYCCA 13 Football 13 Wrestling 13 Baseball 1 . TIM HARTSELL PEGGY HASENYAGER GAA 1,23 National Honor So- ciety 3. SUSAN HASSELBACKER Girls' Chorus 13 Drill Team 4. GENE HATCH Co-Op 43 MYCCA l,2,3,43 Wrestling 1 . DONNA HEFFEL GAA 1,23 MYCCA 13 Pep Club 23 Concert Choir 33 Se- lected Chorus 1,23 Swing Choir 3,42 Madrigals 33 JV Wrestling Cheerleader 2. BRAD HELMER ROBERT HENDERSON VICKI HENNING HERO 43 GAA 33 MYCCA 23 Science Club 13 Wrestling Cheerleader 2. KAREN HENRIKS GAA 43 Girls' Chorus 43 YFA Exchange Student from Swe- den. JOHN HETH National Honor Society 2,3,4 Football 1,23 Golf 2,3,4. TED HEUSUK GREGG HINES Philosopher 3. CHRIS HIRSTEIN HERO 43 GAA 1,23 GAA Offi cials 23 Gym Helper 23 Marching Band l3 Varsity Band 13 Freshman Chorus 13 Girls' Chorus 2. JOY HOFER International Club 23 Philos- opher 33 Concert Choir 23 Selected Chorus 23 Reader's Theatre 43 Christmas Pot- pourri. Senior Brag List 39 STE VE HORNER Concert Band 13 Philosopher 3. LORI HOUGHTON MYCCA I. BRUCE HOULE Philosopher 33 Football l,2,3,43 Basketball 23 Base- ball l . NANCY HOWARD MYCCA 43 Pep Club 23 Caul- dron 13 Freshman Chorus 1. CURT HUETTE OEA 43 Concert Choir l,2,33 Madrigals 33 Hall Runner 1 ,2,3. VIRGINIA HUFTY GAA 13 MYCCA 23 Pep Club 23 Lnternational Club 23 Phi- losopher 33 Symphonic Band 1,2,33 Marching Band l,2,33 Jazz Band 1,23 Concert Choir 33 Selected Chorus 23 Fresh- man Chorus 13 JV Cheerlead- er 2. VICKI HUNTER GAA 1,22 MYCCA 1,2,3,43 Cauldron 13 Hall Runner l,2. ...1... CHERYL IRMEN GAA 43 Basketball 43 Volley- ball 4. JIM IRMEN Co-Op 4. ..,.J.,. PAUL JOHNSON Science Club 2,3,43 Chess Club 33 Varsity Band 13 Foot- ball l,2,3,43 Tennis 1 ,2,3,4. SCOTT JOHNSON Football 13 Golf 1 ,33 Baseball 2. CHERI JONES GAA 1 ,23 National Honor So- ciety 2,3,43 Marching Band lg Concert Band 13 Concert Choir 3,43 Madrigals 3. ....K.... MIKE KAISER Graphic Arts Club 3,42 Sci- ence Club 2,3,43 Chemistry Lab assistant 4. LINDA KAISNER GAA 23 Library Helper 2s Concert Choir 23 Selected 40 Senior Brag List Chorus 1. KAYLENE KAUFMAN GAA 1 ,23 National Honor So- ciety 2 , 3 , 43 International Club 1 . RHONDA L. KAUFMAN GAA 1,21 MYCCA 1,23 DOUG KEACH Golf lg Wrestling l,2. CARLA KEEFAUVER OEA 43 MYCCA 33 Marching Band 13 Concert Band 1 . PETE KEHLERT KIM KELLEY GAA 33 Pep Club 23 Philos- opher 33 Tennis 33 Badminton 13 Homecoming Court 33 Homecoming Queen 4. KAREN KENDALL ANN KERRN Gym Helper 33 Freshman Chorus lg Girls' Chorus 23 Philosopher 3,4. STEPHEN KINDRED Student Council lg National Honor Society 2,3,43 Philos- opher 33 M-Club 3,43 Foot- ball l ,2,3,43 Basketball 1 , 3 , 4 . PHIL KING FFA l,2,3,4Q M-Club 2,3,43 Cross Country l,2,3,43 Track 1,2,3,43 Wrestling l , 2 . BETH KINNEY VALERIE KLUNK OBA 43 GAA l,2,35 Pep Club 13 Student Council l ,2,3,43 Drill Team 2,8 . SHIRLEY KNAGGS FRITZ KNAPP Co-Op 4. VICKI S. KNAPP HERO 43 GAA 1,23 Pep Club 23 Symphonic Band 13 March- ing Band 1. DAVID KNOPP FFA 1,2,3,4. BRUCE KODATT Philosopher 33 M-Club 4g Football 1 ,2,3,4Q Baseball 1,2,3,43 Marching Band 13 Concert Band 1 . NANCY KOEHLER OEA 43 GAA 2,33 MYCCA 23 Pep Club 13 Student Council 1,2,3,43 JV Wrestling Cheerleader lg Selected Cho- rus lg Tennis lg Badminton l,2,3,4. BRUCE KOKE M-Club 3,43 Football l,2,3,43 Track 1,23 Wres- tling l,2,3,4. LAURA KOLB HERO 43 GAA ls MYCCA 2,33 International Club lg Se lected Chorus 23 Freshman Chorus 1 . ANDY KOLESAR Philosopher 3 . DAVE KRAFT Philosopher 33 Basketball l,2,3,43 Baseball l,2,3,4. KEITH KROLAK Cross Country 3,43 Track 2,3,4. ..L.. JAIME LE BAUBE GAA 13 FFA 3,43 MYCCA 1,2,3,4. DORI LALOCK MYCCA l,2. BETH LANDES GAA 1 ,2,3,43 GAA Officials 2,3,43 Gym Helper 2g Marching Band lg Concert Band lg Tennis l,2,3,43 Bas- ketball l , 2 , 3 , 4s Badminton l,2,3,43 Softball l,2,3,43 Volleyball l ,2 , 3 ,4. KARIN LEACH Marching Band 2,33 Girls' Chorus 1,23 Drill Team 2,3. DEBORAH LEE HERO 43 GAA 1, MYCCA, Student Council, GAA Offi- cials, Girls' Chorus, Wres- tling Cheerleader. STEPHANIE LIDDLE OEA 43 MYCCA 3g Pep Club 33 Hall Runner 2. CHRIS LIGON Symphonic Band 23 Concert Band 13 Baseball 1. JUSTINE J. LOERCHER GAA 1,23MYCCA 2,33 Phi- losopher 33 Drill Team 2,3,43 Tennis 3. BARB LOGAN Girls' Chorus lg Play: George Washington Slept Here 3. SCOTT LONGDEN GINA LOWERY GAA 1,22 MYCCA l,2,3,43 Hall Runner 1 . JO ELLEN LUNINI J. CRAIG LYNN M-Club 2,3,43 Wrestling 1,2,3,4. ...M... ANGELA MAI-IRT GAA 13 Marching Band 3,43 Concert Band 3,43 Varsity Band 1,25 Library Helper l,2,3,4. DAVID MAI-IRT Co-Op 4. EMANUELE MARANO Philosopher 43 Track 43 AFS Foreign Exchange Student from Italy 4, MYCCA 4s Graphic Arts Club 4, March- ing Band 4. JANEEN MARSHALL GAA 13 MYCCA 23 Pep Club lg Gym Helper I3 Hall Run- ner l3 Marching Band 13 Con- cert Band 1 . JOE MARTENS M-Club 13 Basketball l,2,3,43 Baseball l. CRAIG G. MARTIN Co-Op 43 FFA 23 Marching Band 1,23 Concert Band 1,23 Tennis 1,22 Wrestling 2. RICK MARTIN Philosopher 3. TERESA MARTIN TOM MARTIN OEA 43 Chess Club 23 M- Club 33 Golf l,2,3,43 Basket- ball 2. GARY MARTINIE MYCCA 43 National Honor Society 33 Philosopher 33 M- Club 13 Basketball 23 Baseball 4. CRAIG MASON National Honor Society 2,3,4j Symphonic Band 3,43 Marching Band l ,2,3,43 Jazz Band l,2,3,43 Concert Band 1,23 DAR winner 4. RICRARD MCCLINTICK Philosopher 33 Wrestling l . ROBIN MCCONKEY GAA 1,23 Freshman Chorus 13 Scenery for plays 2,3,4 Harvey, George Washington Slept Here, MASH. JIMMY MCGUIRE Marching Band 13 Concert Band 13 Varsity Band 23 Con- cert Choir 1 . SEAN MCKERNAN Freshman Chorus 1,23 Girls' Chorus 1. BRIAN MCKNEIGHT Symphonic Band 3g Marching Band 3 . PAMELA MCMULLEN GAA 2,3,43 MYCCA 2,43 Cauldron 23 Marching Band l,2,3,43 Concert Band l,2,3,4j Basketball 2. GEORGE MEINER Marching Band 1,23 Jazz Band l,2,3j Concert Band 1,23 Cross Country lg Basketball 23 Baseball l,2. CATHERINE MESSEL , National Honor Society 2,3,43 Gym Helper 23 Li- brary Helper 13 Selected Chorus 13 Speech Team 2. NANCY MEYER International Club l3 Caul- dron 13 Marching Band lg Concert Band l . BOB MILLER Philosopher 3g M-Club 3,41 Football 1 , 2 , 3 , 43 Wrestling 13 Baseball l,2. RANDY MILLER MYCCA 43 Science Club 23 M-Club 3,41 Track 3,4. PAT MOLER GAA l,2,33 MYCCA lg Pep Club I3 GAA Officials 23 Tennis l,2,33 Basketball l,2,33 Softball l,2,3. DARRELL MOORE Co-Op 43 FFA l,2,3,4. DEBBIE MOORHOUS ALAN MORGAN Symphonic Band 23 Marching Band 23 Jazz Band 13 Play: George Washington Slept Here 3. JACQUI MORGAN Science Club. RICK MOSS RAYMOND L. MOUSHON Co-Op 43 Varsity Band 13 M- Club 3,43 Football l,2,3,43 Track l ,2,3,43 Wrestling l,2. DOUG MUELLER Philosopher 33 Wrestling l3 Baseball l,2,3,4. STEPHANIE MULLINS GAA 13 MYCCA 23 Cauldron 23 Concert Choir 2,3,43 Se- lected Chorus l3 Girls' Cho- rus l,23 Madrigals 4. BRIAN MURPHY Science Club 3,43 Football lg Lab Assistant 1 ,2,3,4. SHERRY MUSGRAVE Pep Club 13 National Honor Society 43 Hall Runner 33 Concert Band 1 ,2. MARK MUZZARELLI Student Council 23 National Honor Society 43 Philosopher 33 M-Club 3,43 Football l,2,3,43 Basketball 23 man- ager l3 Track l. JEFF MYERS Philosopher 33 M-Club 43 Football 23 Basketball 23 Baseball 2,3,4. ....N... STEVE NEIBLE Marching Band 13 Concert Band 13 Basketball l. FRED NEPOLELLO OEA 43 M-Club 3,43 Football 2,31 Tennis 23 Library Help- er l . -0- KIM OLLER MYCCA l,2,3,43 Selected Chorus l ,2. TONY ONDREY Science Club 43 Philosopher 43 Chess Club 43 Concert Choir 43 Swing Choir 4. ERIK OPPERMAN MYCCA 43 Science Club 2,3,4j Philosopher 43 M-Club 43 Football l,2,3,43 Baseball l ,23 National Honor Society 2,3,43 Play: MASH 4. FRANCIE OSBORNE OEA 43 FBLA 33 Library Helper 3. PHIL OWEN M-Club 43 Hall Runner 43 Football 1 ,2,3,43 Track 33 Wrestling 23 Baseball l . ..p... BONNIE PARCEL OEA 43 GAA l,2,3,43 MYCCA 33 Pep Club lg Phi- losopher 3. CHERY PARK OEA 43 GAA l3 Pep Club 1,43 Hall Runner 23 Homecoming Court 2. ELIZABETH PATON HERO 43 GAA ly Philosopher 33 Concert Choir 13 Selected Chorus 2. ANDY PAYNE MYCCA 23 Philosopher 3,43 Concert Band 1,23 Track l,2. ALLEN PENRY Science Club 3,43 Chess Club l,2,3,4. Senior Brag List 41 CAROLYN PERRY Pep Club 1,21 International Club lg MYCCA l,4Q March- ing Band 1 ,23 Concert Band 1,23 Concert Choir 2,33 Se- lected Chorus 13 Swing Choir 2,3,4Q YFU Exchange Student to SW6dCI'1j Reader's Theatre: A Christmas Carol and Christmas Potpourri3 Play: George Washington Slept Here and MASH 3,4. ERIC PETERSON Football 13 Basketball 1 ,2,3,4. RICK PFANZ FFA 1,23 Philospher 3. CINDY POND PAM PRESTON FFA 43 MYCCA 2. DAVID WAYNE PRICE Hall Runner 2,33 Concert Choir l,2,3j Swing Choir 13 Madrigals lg Play: Student Director: George Washington Slept Here 3. BRETT PULLINS Philosopher 43 Baseball 1,2,3,4. ....Q.... PAT QUEVILLON Co-Op 43 FFA 2,3,43 MYCCA 1 , 2 , 3 , 43 Philosopher 33 Track 1,23 Wrestling l,2. ....R.. ANGELA RAMSEY ' BARRY M. RAPP HERO 43 Philosopher 33 M- Club 3,43 Football 1,23 Golf 1 ,2,3,43 Track. 33 Marching Band 13 Concert Band 13 Con- cert Choir 1,2,3,43 Madri- gals 2,3,4. KIM RENTFRO HERO 43 MYCCA 2,3,4Q Pep Club lg Hall Runner 3,43 Freshman Chorus I . BRENDA RHODES HERO 43 MYCCA 2,3,43 Pep Club 13 Freshman Chorus 1 . MIKE RISINGER Philosopher 4g Track I ,2,33 Wrestling 2,3. PHIL ROECKER Cauldron 3. BECKY ROSEN KATHY ROTHER GAA 13 Pep Club 13 Selected 42 Senior Brag List Chorus 13 Freshman Chorus 1. JANET RUSSELL GAA 1,23 FFA 23 Tennis 1. DOUGLAS RUTLEDGE FFA 1. WS- DAVE SALETZKI Co-Op 4. LAURA SCI-IAFER GAA 13 MYCCA 1,2,3,43 Pep Club 13 Philosopher 3. STACEY SCHILD GAA 1,22 MYCCA 1,2,3,43 Pep Club l,2,3,43 Student Council 43 JV Cheerleader 1 , 2. CINDI SCI-IIMMELPFENNING HERO 43 GAA l,2,3,43 Sym- phonic Band 2,3,43 Marching Band 2,3,43 Concert Band lg Basketball 2,33 Softball 2,8j Volleyball 2 , 3 . BRUCE R. SCHOENBEIN Student Council3 Philosopher 3g Press Club 3. LILLIAN SCHOENBEIN GAA 23 Pep Club lg Interna- tional Club I3 Library Helper 2. DWIGHT SCHOOK Hall Runner 2,31 Concert Choir 2,33 Football 1. LOIR SCIFRES 3 GAA 1,2,33 MYCAA 1,2,33 Pep Club l,2,33 Student Council 33 Cauldron 23 Se- lected Chorus 1 . LARRY SHAFER Football 1,2,3,43 Track 1 ,2,3,4. KRIS SHELTON MYCCA lg Symphonic Band 33 Marching Band 3. MELISSA SHIVELY GAA l,2,3,4j MYCCA 1 ,2,3,43 Symphonic Band I ,2,3,4j Marching Band 1-,2,3,43 Hall Runner 2. WILLIAM DAVID SIMMERS MYCCA3 Basketball 2g Base- ball 2. JULIE SIMMONS DONNA SIMPSON OEA 4. DEBBIE SMIENS CAROLYN SMITH GAA '13 MYCCA l,2,3,4. CINDY SMITH OEA 43 Pep Club 13 National Honor Society 2,3 ,4. MARGARET SMITH GAA 1,23 MYCCA 1,2,3,43 Student Council 43 National Honor Society 2,3,43 Fresh man Chorus lg Play: George Washington Slept Here 3, MASH 4. STEVEN SMITH Co-Op 4. CINDY SPI-IAR MYCCA 2,3,43 Pep Club 13 Varsity Band 1 . KEITH SPORE BETTY STEFFAN OEA 43 Library Helper 1 ,23 Drill Team 4. MIKE STEPHENS Co-Op 43 Football 1,23 Base- ball 1,2,3,4. CRAIG STRADLEY OEA 43 MYCCA 1,21 National Honor Society 2,3,43 March- ing Band lg jazz Band 13 Con- cert Band. MARK STRUBHAR Chess Club 13 Concert Choir 1,2,3,43 Swing Choir 2,33 Madrigals 2 , 3 , 4g Reader's Theatre Christmas Potpourri 43 Football 13 Baseball 1. KIM STRUNK HERO 43 GAA l,23 Pep Club 1 ,2,33 National Honor Soci- ety 2,3,43 Symphonic Band 1,2,33 Marching Band 1 ,2,33 Varsity Cheerleader 2 , 3 , 43 JV Cheerleader l . JAMES M. SUBLETTE Philosopher 33 Symphonic Band 1 ,2,3,43 Marching Band 1,2,3. SUZANNE M. SWEENEY RANDY SWEETER ..T.. PATRICIA TAYLOR GAA 13 Student Council l,2,3,43 National Honor So- ciety 2,3,43 Cauldron 23 Girls' Chorus 23 YFU Ex- change Student to Germany 33 Freshman Chorus lg Speech Team 1,23 Most Valuable Student Council Member 33 Junior Class President 3. PAUL TESDALL FFA l,2,3,41MYCCA l,2,3,43 Student Council 43 Philosopher 33 Cross Country 13 Track 13 Wrestling l,2. DALE THARP Philosopher 3. JANET TOBIAS OEAS43 GAA lg Hall Runner I i ' LYNDA TRIGGER International Club 23 Library Helper 1. RICHARD D. TUNEFF Tennis l,2,3,4. ...U.... MANFRED UHLIG Cauldron 43 Foreign Ex- change Student from Ger- many 4s MYCCA, 4. BEN UNGER P Science Club 3,43 M-Club 3,43 Cross Country 2,3,4Q Track l,2,3,43 Concert Choir 1 ,2,3,43 Biology lab assistant 23 Chemistry lab assistant 3,4. ...V- AGNES VAN OPPEN SCOTT VERMILLION National Honor Society 3 ,43 Symphonic Band 1 ,2,33 Marching Band 1 ,2,33 Play: George Washington Slept Here 3. KENTNERRILL FFA 1,23 MYCCA 1 ,23 Cross Country 2. TODD VETTER Basketball l,2,3,4. MARY VOLLE HERO 4s GAA 1,23 MYCCA 43 Concert Choir 33 Selected Chorus 1,23 Swing Choir 2,3,4Q YFU Exchange Student to Norway 4. ...W... MARK WAELTZ Science 2,3. JUDY WASHBURN GAA 13 MYCCA l . DAWN WATTS FFA 23 MYCCA 3,43 Pep Club lg Concert Choir 3,43 Selected Chorus 23 Freshman Chorus 13 Girls' Chorus l,2. CAROLYN WEBBER HERO 43 Pep Clubl ,23 Nation- al Honor Society 2,33 Con- cert Choir 33 Selected Cho- rus l,2j Girls' Chorus l,2. CINDY WEHKING Concert Band 13 Varsity Band l,2. SUSAN WHITE GAA 23 MYCCA 3,43 Pep Club 1,23 International Club 13 Symphonic Band 1 ,23 Marching Band 1 ,23 Concert Choir 2,3,43 Girls' Chorus 23 Swing Choir 23 Madrigals 2,3,43 YFU Exchange Student to Denmark. CAROL WHITFIELD OEA 13 GAA 1,23 MYCCA 1 , 2 , 3 , 43 Selected Chorus l,2. GREG WILCOX FFA 1,3,43 Baseball 1,23 Philosopher 3. KIM WILLIAMSON OEA 43 GAA 13 Concert Choir 3,42 Selected Chorus 1,2Q Swing Choir 2g Madri- gals 3,43 Drill Team 2,3. SCOTT WITZIG Philosopher 33 M-Club 3,43 Football lg Wrestling 2,3,43 Marching Band 13 Concert Band 13 Concert Choir 1,2,3,43Madrigals 2,3,4. TIM WITZIG Student Council l,2,3,43 Phi- losopher 33 M-Club 2,3,43 Chess Club 13 Football l,2,3,43 Tennis l,2,3,43 Basketball l,2. TOM WOERNER MYCCA 1 ,2,3 ,43 Philosopher 33 M-Club 3,43 Football l,2,3,43 Wrestling l,2,3,4. YVONNE WOODS Tennis 43 Softball 43 Volley- ball 4. DONNA j. WUTHRICH GAA 1,23 Pep Club lg Select- ed Chorus l,2. GARY WYND TERRI WYND GAA lg MYCCA l,2,33 Freshman Chorus 1 . ...y... DAETTA YEARGAIN OEA 43 Marching Band 1 ,23 Concert Band 1 ,2. CHARLES YOCUM Co-Op 4. CLINTON YOUNG Symphonic Band 2,3,43 Var- sity Band 13 Football 13 Track l , 2 ,3 . BARBARA ZIMMERMAN National Honor Society 2,3,43 Symphonic Band 1,23 Marching Band 1 ,23 Selected Chorus 1. CARA L. ZIMMERMAN GAA 13 Concert Choir 2,3,4 Selected Chorus l. MARK ALLAN ZIMMERMAN Track 33 Wrestling 2,3,43 Baseball l,2. TOM ZIMMERMAN Co-Op 43 Football l,2. 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But later as they grow used to it, they begin to get restless and look forward to their junior year, or , just hoping, once more, that e W-1 t ,, Sophomore class officers are Brenda treasurer. Not pictured are advisors Mr. r 1 1 ge here and Hufford, presidentg Christie lfordy, vice Bill Dunn and Mrs. Linda Wood. president, and Janine Stout, secretary- if 2 35591 as , . -F- ,, stiss J l W Y 'S will ai 'H 60 Sophomores Y . -, .silt .we-,fswaru-we wulfnmwm H -f-W -W---'M-'-f--'Y """'rf- W M-If-' 'J' 'iib ,mv ,f fi o-RFQ 'Q , 'X My ,, ,1. Axff Y..., .J -KAMN ff? 5. ne X a e . K-Uses: :awe .Q-1. of ,K wfgieii A 2-no f'l"'-X 'CTLT7 . x., K b! kk Kg K K SK A K A e 5 if o :L ff K . id, I - K K KK A 'iilf K K ' K' A ., :Keg - KK X e A. K K - , :Xa K K. K i .sih -M V A an X 'm N' A'xL A - , . ' L Ng " 7" -SKK Nj e 1 f ' 5, KK K wif-iigiil ..K. K K K We K ,. Q K K A A Ia hw U A 'IQ A N1 ' A Q ' K W a K lv, if A-211 LI., A eef""X?',f4,,W- ls 1 ig: ee Wendy Melanie C ari Abbott Aleshire Anderson Lori ,K Jody James Abner Alexander Anthony Jody Victor Mike Ackerman Allen Anthony John julie Ann Robert Ackerman Amen Anthony Bill ' g Greg f 1 Dana 1 Aker Amsmtz Arnett We eee av' 'KT Lisa Aupperle Brenda Ayers Gordon Ba gby Joanna Bagley Sue Ellen Bailey Steve Barbier Peggy Bartelmay Richard Barth Craig Baum Nancy A Beck 2.155 , '-..."f: I.. E Daryl Beeler jennifer Belsley Nancy Berg Scott Berger I eff Berta S ophomores 6 1 62 Sophomores , ,f'- 2-2 4 ,,. , W' A N 4- f ,Mx 1 fo. a A1Q2?f1,i ffm 'fy' if," fi im ' re, . , 513 ' A 2524 V A , , , A kg 2, A 4 ' 'hi ,f x f - , ' ' 4- -fp 1 Rob in Bjork Dave Blair Bob Bodnar Krista Bollegar Judith Bomarito ...-,NA ,mf V .5 0 l J, ,, '-4611139 ' M Xl' 'X 1 oro - A A 5, -rr roor X. 7 , ,X 'EE M 'sis IZ? F MAME MZ, - . My r, , gi "pro A Ag f ,, 4 V in fo A ip.-5i,NJfN tv f Todd Bonham Kevin Bontemps Dominque Bovier K ari Boyd Sharon Brandle fs., 'qw I Bob Bratland Vickie Bright Martin Brown Greg Bryan Mike Bugai eski M ' ' h .. ,- ,.., ,rgrrww ' owoo o o, . K xy f -4 X K, r v o A 'wr' if , 1 ,f mm tv I 'fo WG"o - f ' .,.' H' I ,.,, 4 1 3 ,U H. , ,,,.,1,w " , oo 7 ,, A'b" , A oo ' r 'JM 2 ,,., - A 4' , ,ggkfqfij ' K' 33 " ' M '-sf' ' 'Q' K aus,- xv., Scott Burge ner Mark 'o'A - Burnham julia Buttleman C arol Buysse' , Andrew Cali I ennifer 1 C ar aw ay Cheryl Carlton Cynthia Carter C arol . 1 3 Chadwick Craig Cheatham Q? Dan Chisqmark Mark 'ooo Clasen Prenda Clawitter Michael Cloyes Marcee Coddington ,X .,.. ... f-is , ' 3 '72 'J 1 - :Sw 's...? To . . I -xt aX..l"3V -5 L , .,,gh V ff r :kr X p- if 1 ' 5 E "' a 1 D o Do lb" V wh j ,Q - ' 3 ZX' A Fw: X ff ,rw . R A KX .. F . . A K 'X-+ 1-. J - f l W 'Aff . 'X A D o D N ,-,, 1 1 D oooo if i 1 A l : D D ,K ,, i VL..-ff ' -'o fs- Q... 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' jane Howard, lalias Nancy Drew of MHS, and her faithful companions attempt 'co solve "The Mys- texyyiof the Abandoned Lunchroom. " 64 Sophomoges eo oooo ,,." ,wmv km ,X f- f s 'tt " ef., :WW hh, , ,, J. ..,k K X 4 we , -K k Q. . t w 1l,,..,,, :wf 51 K , - ' ,xiii V ,U ,ff if u. kgyr"k 'Ml K Q K .Q . - ef' f eoeee' egg . - fs g - 1 - f ?..5igE:5,FI x?y3F"'Y"'553-.,,:- f N.-, , -L . ..W.e,X A 1 M R . I E L I l ' .fxf-NN A. er wit' 91' x M 6 f XR Q..g ' N 2 -r.1 i' x Siege 'o" ee E 'M nr Q ff ge ,YI X 'xx 'Vis We o ' 'x, ..,N fi 1 x es Xe KS N me 'a u I -6, X ! Hog ,af 4. 5 jsklx .:- 4 Q , ow i ik Lisa Drummond Shelly ' Dufelmeier e Tonya V' o 2 lg ' Ficken Kathleen Emmons Robert Engberg Qx Tim Epkins Brian L M Ericksonijgigi, Tracie laifgjyf E1-ioksoiif Tom Evans jeff L Eveland Dave V Ferguson Karen p 5, e Ftseber, L0ril2eigfi?i51 e o Plenty e Denise e Flynn' Tammy Flynn 1 -QV: W ' 56. v S D .gt if 5 , .6 X N' S '1 Deidre Foote 11899 D11f4?57 Gaillamore Rebecca Gamble Kathern Gardner ' D Q oooo 'if' 1 Mg X 29" . nz. .Q K. ' ' .. A V' h . K 'WA '7 ' .V ,W ,..., 5' ' Ng- . , Q, we eree ., -, e f ere ...:,. Q1'T . eyeoo e . LLP L gf , rf -A . ,xl f UQ, if """' A 5 ,g .,,, fs 'W fx ' , -sf' ,X .VA k cis x 'A ,sv 3 . I 4 N , 'f - ,X ov x V rx . 'C..? A I7 ' 7 61 H kv 331.1 V N Q A- or vo o rff'l+a1r 1 ex e 4 f ml A 'R 05' L ' :. T31 1 v Y 5 X 1 A fy!! 5 Q " ef 1 , ' i',. if 555 rf Z P' kk s 4 3 X -. I P' ' i Q-Lo ' -T1 -A e e .,h. H - . "' an " 'N ' "x v- r -4 Q -- -we-.v. gy 1 X yn ig A U .. - f We M J Q' or 'X Q Y' . ,. e i ' :Q A V xl .Q "1 "'- 1. l Gregg Nancy Craig Garrison Hamilton Harm Richard Tracy Chris Gay Hampton Harper jeff Don Brenda Gibson Ed!-Iancock Hart Lara Shawn Gillan Han1eY Half Teresa Barry Larry Gingerich Hare Hartman Tig ,. 1.1 'AK' w Q ,, W W K.-...A Billy ' Harter Gregg Hatch Barb I-Iauter Russell Henderson Dorothy Henning .P ..., I, 01. FEL Ricky HCPP Esther Herman Nancy Hermann Robert Hertenstein Allen Hath xxx-T, f 11 'xr - . 3 5 'SE X 5, kg v W Q 5 Q .i gf - I Arie V V i gk Q 'if f " of or I o . I' 5 Mike Heusuk Pam Hogue Robert Holland Mike Horn jane Howard . ..,1, ' Sophomores 65 One of the first elements of good skating is to put one foot in front of the other. 66 Sophomores 1 2 .-1: ff' ' ,xx N 42 ' 1 c ,.-1' Q ,. Dana Hoxie john Huber lf HEX R enum -, . . . 3 X 1 N f 'aw vs 5 . +4 fe N e k AA..A A . , -s i f 5? ,n ie N ii V. - K " . nf ' v- 0.5 - ' 5 n fi f M 'S we 1 ' "n ' '-' H , . ' 5. . YL ,7 rw X' Q . A, .Q L - f. 1 U i 'E . . .1 ff My , f so 6 L, Q - .N N . 1 ---" . ...K . . P 'T . 'k - QQ ff? - -I 1 , K 1 -r' x . Q 'X o , , ,Q 7 X -wee 1 5 1 4 ff -. Q i . n, X M5 sm! " A QS. E ' 5A -- , fffzf, .5 , h ez, iffr f fa, A 4 .X Six-f J K K - - - ,gx 3 Q, .W Q. , V , 5 se. 1 , I N ., -p K 3 I -LA jeff ......444.. x X- I' w??f ff' .1 X .. 'K X f .. x al Brenda Hufford jean Hunziker Christina Huthmann John Ivey Stephanie Jenkins ,- - ,vi . jst, . . Arlene Johnson Susan Johnson Dave jones Rocky justice Allen Kaise r we X za. A ndy Kaufman Andrea Kehlert jennifer Kehr Shari Keller Kathleen Kelly Q-ei Ci Tl Il' Susan Kent Curt Kern Catherine Kerm Joanne Kirk john Klaasen A Q, .3 5-...I R andy Klein Cheryl Klunk jeff Knedler Darla Kniep Carla Knoblock 'YW ., 'Q W c - mzi Q . l hf' :: b j 3 iv . . . 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J' - 5 6 xx? ,ll.4,Y,.l f' AF 53 ii All X S .is Elizabeth Melissa Kngpp Kranll Pam Koehler Greg Konoplisky Theresa Korn Sheryl Krahn Allen Kruse Karen Kuchle Doug Kuhel Richard Lacy - A fe, Q' avg dis it .e 1 4 . Q e life gf J lui. I I , e Keee P - x x ' H7441 ' 1. x . 2' ,ray W ' 4 . - ' H vc "' .I . fl E A 'if : , , el f 4, 525, ,-. -- wu- ,.. Q james Lana Tina Leathers Susan Lee Diane Leuelling Mike Link . , eiiaiek .M Q s A W e X, 1 R- iq Aiil' ' D "Il N "q' Sandra xc 1, susan 1. l., ,, A Malcolm R A L Q Rebecca - , , .1 Malinowski 154 Y 1 5 Q. , A he 4 5 N , , , e , h E R f - f., ' ,fr 've 93 .- ,, .s. fu 5 all ir De an Litherland Phil Lockwood Geoffrey Longden Dawn Lopeman Dennis Low ery fi 2. 1,5-.hx . 59 fa ,gf ' e , all Marta Lucas John Lunini Jeff Lynch Lori Mackert Denise Mahrt Gwen Witzig, how do you spell relief ? Sophomores 67 5 3 ' 1 ' b Ml, Z - .. , v x. Lf' ' Q ff l gig BV ,A ,A x, f ' if X UQ, S no 4' --ff x Ae WQSVX fx 3 if 'Ja - ' ' Kevin, Mandrell , 7 Mitch 3,1i5. Marfiasggi, li Steve - Marion . ww. 1 Mx L N .V ,A 1, as ,Eg x .. x 'M ii X . Brent ' Martin Scott Martin?-' L Me1issaQ7 Masinelli I Myggame is SqgKen1:. 1 gan't type, VI canftfile, , , , 2' ,Au ff 4 as , 3 at If 68?SQph0mb2QK Q Vffi ' ' mf ffijave 7 ?5 404' Nl , Q-.X -ff u- f 51125. wg, 1 N- it F x xv ' -:ef 3 . ,Q sy ,K x ww n - Q15 . ' K 5. '-K ' if 3 , - 'sz , Q- Af- Lw k , in I 'Q . 'L ' I. f 7X f -I1 - Qwfifsf-,-S wr ,i if: V ii.w, A 1 ,,,, ..kk. Y f - - .-is 2' x... - I ' 3, L y L .f,- W .-. . ,, Y 1, ""'Q"'Hf L 'ff' A .D 1 x K ' 421. .Q. N ' , f -gi .. A A L ,, X ,nr 'jf' .L sql, x x X "' .Qi'!1.E12 . ' - . gimy,55gA6i55,55gHfgfk,z. if-V H wzzreeesfsasswsffav my 'u- a QR xi A x m 3 K L3 4 s - -vf, X s I -.W ,J EEE' X N , if f ' :fx 5 5 'Y i 5 Q I j i f f fi g ia f f. if 4.4 "W we Matfsvzi im , ' l Lori A ' m Mayer' Mike McCan1f-:ss f W ,Q McC afEex5ty ' Dan . Mclioggal ,' g11 M1Ch211?1 g Mcvxgme A 'L Mike 1- McGQwan i Jerry Qi fKatax1ak 'gil Meierhz-ms 1 M 'ff' X , fi ,f -- X h Qi S f 5 1 i 1 . 1 x, fm ngf .- 1 .H - f 4, Q - agar h, - . - k ' ...:f::f: at . ,. sg xii . " "kk L - Qf , , , .. i ,i ,gpm R f ,Q : f fr- k v W s A X pr W 1 fx 'fp I K J 'Nm ,. , Z3".fQwfFg' f 1 K. 'R K ' -Dave Meiton fk Steve KKKA Michel Dave Q Eddie Miller J- ki 'K--:' J , , . Q ...N wi., W qv 1'5" A m,... ,mf X S. .ef 1 f Kathy Millet 'Linda ff' lTim - Millegr ii Jay m4 ggi-1.. Milllggn .. Marc-'lzif' Mills? , -,,,.. 51- , Q5 , 1 of H' 1 1C I N A x Q l T N A ' . M b M F QE f 'lf QS?- an 'A i TA b . .AAA ,5 Ng v ' X ,J ALAV V 'f ' ,X YV - gi I I 13 F, Q M' f .X - Ak , ,, ' -f -. , s A I QW N ' L , "' m h 5 Y h 'm1hh,, fo V ., i, E -+L H39 , o oo A iff? 2 J ' " ' A S W WW ,, f'.. A if i ' i , 5 . ' , Q . - , A5 L' ax AWA' i K th .' V,V .iwixiik xxx K . . K li .fo 4 of - . 'F g o , o 4 AF Q f. MMMM M Q is x 3 Q' ' xx X ' L' N' N . f -- Q .... . 3 ' ' , , i q . o . b ' L'Q A , 7 o oo of o M ix 4 , V fi fy -1 . ,.: . Lv "L 1 " 'Q ' ' I 1. 'mg JL' Y md k V Q - K 3 YRS' -f V gk Q M o ooM o f K xg? M , A R 1 , A- +5 ,- A 'x 'wi an as . Paul Todd fanet Kelli Moots Mullins Oedewaldt Orr Patricia Scott Rhonda jennifer Morris Murray Oestrnarm Osborne Steve Kim Kim Karen Morrison Musgrave Olinger Owens jeff Lisa Kim Paul Morton Muzzarelli Ondrey Owens Kirk Julie Linda Mike Moser O'Conne11 Opperman OY'-if - ,.o. is F 70 Sophomores A,,, ' 1. -uw S' fe he fm me - Ney .. ,, . ffefrza. 5 X 4552 ,, 1 1 ,tx ai K x i 5 X ft ee ine . X .K N 2'i: iik I --- ,, K 1 f .. Q ,f5, K .kzi. - . 'i xki' V K K mg K 5 1 Q, -. . S V VY x I 2: V " Q 175 Q3 W' 'S X53 ka 1 . ist! ffi' ' -P , V f A ,,, - ff K ., A 'h xx if f . Q Jl,i Ki, he ' gg lmhsef rf ff ff ' ' N ' ur. ...- 21 4 .. H G, 1- ., 5, Q ef , f ig? . ivi " K ,, fi'ff12' X N . A .. Q w 1. 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X Q L , ' I Y -Q I ,. ee Xt ' ,A M , Q QyL. iigif , .W,L L .2 X ' J i X K' E Doug Penovich Leewgnn Piifiiiljiiger Steve W i Poirot L-my Porter Katherine Preston Larry Prodehl i a1Ri?PF Kelly Rebhoiz Brady Reddish Darin Redhead Wallace Reed f Rfiiilkeil Kevin il Richmond Ralph Ringer Marc Rinkenberger Glen , Rinker h l I Eltthaler Donna' Roberson Mike Robinson Jennifer ,Roecker Cheryl , jiRO1fe f fi?gQfgBol1er ololflobert h ' Roman Tim Runyon Tina . e Salter Jim L Sanderson 4. , fMe1anie e +Qxi1Se'yers Cynthia Schafer Tom Schafer Bari Scheerer 2 j X e QQ e le f f f N - Q, e e ,A :VL t gnp X I 1' 1 ' V' K L' 'K , 5 3 QF? Q..-N I W fm. loll Q YW X 'X 1 My lx . 1 A e e SEA ns .. 4.4. . V V 3,1 sf ...- .L v Y hh., 1- 'S' f ff.. N-W 1 gg ..., f . , X . L1 3 ' ifgfyi , 1. . I-5 .ne ' - ,gb -g i .. Q WLVL A R ' . lf H- ae- s . '- - f g -, W' 73 My Q X .,.- , ,M 'R 'N E j If -ww .l i e "3 ' gi' Ml Q '3 ' gf . -Q Nr . ' e .- it l a ' - " ,fe ' 3 X ,t-. A K . f xxx. I l f f if .V fikxo w- ' 5 f 1 f fr' A ' f f X - if I ' ' S ' X 'L . oool e e ll o l .k..,. 2 J ll . ,X , Q e is ll M' e oo e , o " lm ,M ' H " - " 'el x - f P wF1"k g, m - ' . ww: 12-V .'Lk in K . ,I KX, fy I 'af ' f' A " X l xi f .- - If 'lf lx l . Bret: Mary O Richard ' Arlene Debbie Scheerer Schmltt Schultz Smith Steffan Steve ' I2-Y Toni Dave Todd E 301121611 ,T Sclgnarr Shaw Smith Stegmaier ric 9-U-112 Larry Denise Amy P Schillie B 56310111 Shay Smith Steider 8-111 H9411 Kathleen Jeff Mark Sdlmidf 53111112 Shisler Smith Stephens scour Jacqueline steve Carolyn Jin 3011111595 Schuh? Shook Spanier Stetzler 5 - 8 A fx P"Q gs -an wg-.. . 5' 75 f Q 'Q l ff-fx . L QS ,. QF' 4 QS-'Yrs 5 Q ii 2 M Y B X? fi 4 Q f' J - ' " R " we ,g A-4 M if Q . . . A f 'S Michelle Still Conrad Stinnett Bill Stoetzel Janine Stout Scott Stover Sophomores 71 '72 sophomores 1555: K I aw! .W " yds' in ,. -fb .ffiffa ygff--Kg . , oo o 4. 2 A i Q' KK Kf, ., 33, 'W ,1 . 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Q" Trammell Darwin Tuf f e ntgsamer Vermillion 1311168 Ken Uphofi K Vogel 3811 . 1 Kshirleyo 'Ufb41??gS4fl. F f if K 4 .Km . ..,o Qfvfleffseff f 3 5Wabe1 Susan Wagoner Steve K KYf1'aibe1K 114111: . I Scott 1 Warner 5Co11ette A Wehking Sheila L Welch Greg Wenndt Diane: , . . ,Whiteb '51 x.. v.. 1:' .QTB I W 35" 1 A gig' "lg H321 M F fb Q vf "--X my Q f Jwx if oo, T two, 4 'Q ,, o ' In o Pi o A o ov ' Q Q ".. . .r ,. ' A K N .. 'xxx 1' Chi. A XY ' o ' Q h o o t W' , Jeff Q A , :f ' Zittritsch . 1 W 'A M - ,glifig :iff A I n . ' , RQ I ,k I f " Q A W i J VI" ' " 1 'A A' NOT PICTURED X- X, ig' oz , ' Q , t . 1 ' yo ..,- Q X I . . Q A 3 Cynthla Barger 'L o, X gm I S 4?..oAXnk x gglxgjnfigr o o o law 27 ,4,: .r V Y K ' ," V 1311185 'S fL" . , Crai Little, fa x A '-- o Helen Meldrum 1, '. 3 V A K 1 L 'A , it ' Walter Milligan if ' Q o ' ' o 3 ,- ' ' Joseph Rogers o J o w . ' gr' Umm Ruin? . oo 's 1 o oo Susan Smlfh o o H32 oo o fa 1 Rf. f- .. . ,jii -N 1.- , I ,: A, N n h no Zwwgay, fix ... , 'Y . r o , . r . . , Q ..,, ,,,- no ky X' Q' b K v-'. .iris ' ' .rn kwbkkk 1 X X X if off: .4 V' X N ,Q 3 4' P X' Q ff f A, o o - 'rfb K vi- -5 , LN'k . , " o 1' . fi M -, Terry I Tom Dean -4 Mike i White o Wiliiamson Wohlert o Yuhaso Steven Mike Lindsay Gary Whitefield Wilson Wright Zehr Sandy Robert Kathy Julie Widmer Wingard Yarbrough Zehr Doug o A Geoffrey Charlotte Ed Wiegand Yiixmet Yordy Zell jeff 'ooo Gwendolyn Christy Carol o Williams Wifzig Yordy Zimmerman George Tay1or's my name, grinning 's my game. Sophomores 73 Confidence Replaces A Fear As Freshmen Finish First Year 3 f, They slip unnoticed into their seats--segregated--boys on 3 ,iii i ggyyy 5 A one side, girls on the other. Next, begins the never ending task of consulting their sche- g gg dules: before, during and after each class, for fear they might ii go to the wrong room. These are our freshmen and V they are part of the great the- y tri F c atrical stage: High School. ' tnii'iit is They try to act like seniors , is it d l lf- 'd lgut gr? ual Yhse gong. enc? Seated: Lee jackson, vice-presidentg jim Oliver, president. Standing Orms ln eac as t ey lsap Advisors: Mrs. Edie Evans and Mr. Bill Beaird. pear into the routine of the days ahead. fi 74 Freshman Class Officers fr jill? I 1:22:4 1 rj 5 .. Aw A .5 vc. . as .P Y 1, if , 'Af , ' .K -if V Eli. Y? aiu?-f,t , . V.., A it 2. Y z ' W I K Z n Q' tr 1' 1 W V5 , 4 i f 'W ff I ,,.,, , ,W W X. 1,51 , . E' fi it I, NQLA . an A A 'W " if - 2 .... B lin an . WM, A , ,.,2 ii, ,B X K M' ,J-ifgliff-"3T'1 .. ff." 'L 4 gm xfv 'NY' Y-" n n Amy Ackerman Theresa Aker Craig Alexander Tony Allen Kim Anderson Tom Anderson .gf 1 Haw Q .M 'Yu .4-' at , ,Q ii 'ill 2 K -, fi . 'N . I I jane Anthony Dennis Antrim Gregory Apke Nancy Applegre n Todd Arbuckle Mark Badgerow A ' If I li- 512, 'K Q ,a s W H ,, vviv E we to aase if -5' ., 4 PM . 'F B A fl , Q inia B naay f fh:', ,. A " it AAA' Y YQ: X PT .i zgfirhf. 'H lip , ws , 'Q 3 L . -:fi7:ll,,f ' ' " QP S 7" - f Susan Barger Gerald Baum Terry Baum Steven Bauman Douglas Beach julie Behnke TZ..- 'QM' my av Q 2 an V 'iff' Rebe cca Bellinger James Benckendorf Darrell Berryman Debra Binkle Lori Birdwell Arthur Boggs z-.Q Janine Bohlen Lori Bond Yvette Boone Debra Braun Debra Brecher Lori Brenkman Lisa Brent: William Brown janet Brunner Tammy Brunton Brad Bryan Kathy Bugaieski Cindy Bump jane Burkley Amy Burton D ani el Butler Samuel Butler Daniel Byers Freshmen 75 ,I -in vqzfmv , 15,Sf5f ' 2?:n 'P 44 f Y- me - ,ff ww .,, f, Y A-", 5 1' 1 F -, A 'V :Wt Q fav Mr, ,1 M2 ' fr, if Jr V we in 1 W',L:- A . E ff f f .aw 5 In M no 1,1 or J 4 , ,,, Q, wr Mg, -, . 1. if-' xl "' AY'AYff " WV5' . if A-ii I n- 'E . eu- 1 I Y S, M ,, ' r if has Y.-YA .. 4, lflaixt f N. hm"" Ei E , A, 1 , .- if Q , K If M Q. k-,argiv K ,, ,,, -,. ' X'f...."" if g ww-5, ' V R U, " .17 N, ww' "' My S A 3 - . . -- A f I Peter Cali Curt Carius Cathy Cashdollar Gary Chard CU julie Che atham Ted Clark Crystal Close Lari Clutts Oh, Angela, isn't this fun? We 've been out of Zeller for almost a year now! 76 Freshmen 1- in Titian 2 V7 K s Lb' v TCE' .0 hw 'Q . . 4 N, Q yxf ir ,K S . M X S li 4 1 J? Ea E Z I Q13 jg, , a n h, Q C jj? ,fs , " ,, 1 1: . CiCA"A 7, ad ..,, A A 'df' 15 if 0 ff! if ,f fi fr ,i wk, Michael Collier Christopher Connor John Corey Kevin Costello Kimberly C ox Nancy Coyne xy l , Yf, 4 Q , .P , ff me nm? rv H S, , Q T .,g', f Am 4 2 jfs, 1 ,Mt ga. 'JJ M, if , ' ,' f 5 Q ,H ark ff, 1' "" 2 ' A-3, W W , fr if ' 1 A 1 44 ay 19' at , 4 fi 'f' Uv fi. ffm f.. f .4 af"' ' ' 'Vi' ii jeg' ' L .6 ,,. 1.1317 i S A . .5 ,A ' .MQ s Erik Jay Cressman Dawson julie Mary jo Crumrine Day Scott Jeff Cruse Devore Sandy Cheryl Crutchfield Dexheimer Iolon Cindy Cruthis Dexheirner Chris Stephanie Danielson Dickey Stacy Diemer Jeff Ditzenberger Diane Draear Diane Driscoll Michael Dryden David Duchardt ' iw ' aw.-n. . fi ,zz 94 1 1 ri , .F 1 jf 1,. we, james Dunsmoor Keith Dyer 'Rick Earl R oger Eason Michael Eigsti Christa Eldridge ima. M M Y' Q 4? . If K: 5 11,11-rn . A, if i ke ,V f af A K 'I Cl 'Q' ix A M 1' 4 .X Marcia Flynn C aroline Forbes Dennis Frank Tammy Garber Michael Gardner Mary Ann Gay Atv Brenda Geiz He ather' Getz Brad Geyer Gina Ghelardini Karen Gibson Tom Giebelhausen james Goettsch C arol Goggins Linda Good Lori Gramm Alicia Gransky Iohn Grant What ever it is, I didn't do lt 4' i A if W ' " I A 5 25 X 6 f, I ff? if A I W, 1,3 fs, "V 7' 4,7 Q M rns - Q., ' you ,L 0 A , I .V MMA kly, 1 gg - 1 , . Steve Paul Bref-'fi Greiner Guymon Hatch Liga Liga Charles Grier Hangartner Hatch Linda Dave D22-H11 Grimm Hanson H9-Hfef LuAnn Grimm Laurie Gross Cynthia Gunter Remember, Erika, feet apart, knees bent, hands clasped, arms straight--now bump! l 78 Freshmen , V .va Q b 1' ,r i Q are f vs :A ,5Q' . ' n Q Eff QE? W - ,. QV., ft L qv' 1' , ..,.. V "- ' nv W 1 .lun 1 an l T ' M MLK . l 4 5 -n -4' 1 ,- . - AA-- " ,, " .A VL ,,,,, , n s. r all F: 110, - . A V, ,,-' ' f - 2 .5 PW , , , V .,. .. J 3 H '--1 if an W,,,,, ,,H" H 0' V ig n N Q e'nam K K QQ , I fm, A fr 'AQ f ,, r . au 5 A ,Q gr 1 'f 154, as-.,,. N: V . .4 .2 ' :K M CMI " ' ma, 'J ,,,ff" A 'very ,fm an wk K ' .2 'A are f fu We vii ' in -a 10.27 WW1 aa,ww .t fr 5 ,3 MMWWW 4' "'., ' .. W-- -43 . I X fu! 1 '!eh,g 'W 2? dl, K, f W , , 2 'ff rm fx , 1 , is 'sf Carolyn Heffernan Deanna Heidenreich Edward Heidenreich ,, Katherine Heiser Douglas I-Iellweg janet Hepp Jena Hickey Jeffrey Hilliard Diane Hipple Scott Hirstein Lee Ann Hoerr Laurie Holland Steven Hostetter jill Houle Gerard Howard janet Huette Shellie Hunsley Todd Hunter M, . t 1 ll I fs' 4 'J V img r ,, , 1fi ms. L ,Wd W 1 i in ii A 1 f J I' 4 17" is Daniel Ihnow john Ingles Michael Ingold Dale Ireland Greg Irmen Lee jackson l 9 --i ' fr' iL,, AV , by V ,N In "El V Q ., M., Q 8 1 Lx! X. D X ,Lvl . fl 4, f' M b ig Q X , I V.,, lrg 5- , M 3 Todd Jolene Jaeger Iuricic Gayle Kyle johnson Karnes jeff Dora johnson Kaufman Michael Jeri Lynn johnson Kaufman Gayla, Curtis jones Keefauver Carolyn joseph Jordan Kelly 1. . , ag, t'5m?Wi! . Q5 mf? A If 'V' .QI 1 3 F si I , Q - .4 " 1. T K ,fs A s A Q Q , , f Q J I 0-5 P'-ii is 'K ' ri-1 f 4 Q K Q W n lg ,ie-Q as 1 is 5, S iff? u X f , S eff, -fr fx J L if Q lar V475 R977 1 R ls A15 . go' 5? f2,1!f7?:5 -f . V, W I I . 4 V , - -ff , Q. , XXI ,, K L- t -- f 1 44 W W, N n, - L Q- 'X'T:Y' R andy Kennedy Stuart Kerrn Diane Kimmey David Kindred Kerrie Kirby Timothy Knabe iw R oss Knisley Patricia Korn Steven Krolak Victoria Krus R ose Kruzick JoDe e Kuhl Jeff Lagrow Scott Lammers Cynthia Laney Tony Leake Kim LeBaube Lynda Lee William Lee Mark Lensmeyer Steve Liddle Brenda Loercher jeffrey Luttrell Christine Lutz 7 X7 Kevin Erika Lynn Maran Scott Laura Maloney Mari ne Wanda Susan Mandrell Marti n jacqua Matheney Steven Mathewson David Mattson Hup, two, three, four. Down through the dungeon door! Freshmen 79 "Who, me? I'm Teresa Urish, your average, ordinary, hmnble hall runner. " War g - ' -- ' ,ff -v , , f 1 fa .ar ' A ,Z l fm f' fl N ff , eq. avi ai! ,S 1 L--rw fr 1 'im fs ."'1,3 i ,rr :-1 mwg i f ' ' " - fiigmhm Q, 4' KNL, , ,i""x"f 1 n 4 ffk., i ' a ee 'eee a n ,RW o n ' g f i f M r 1ee ee e r'2' N X "H, ,A - IZ::2f'Z,.,,7 l ,, V ' ' , f' . ,, .1 x Wife as T 1 r vf x Q .af N ""'? 'L ff ff-W . . ,..V, .,,... 1' 1 F Marcia Jerry Maughan Mc Cool Terry Kenneth Mc Cart McCoy 80 Freshmen Barbara McDonald Treva McDougal Matthew McGowan Sally McGuire Joyce McIntosh Beth McLaughlin james McMullen jennifer Meiner Robert Melton Bradley Miesner Dain Miller George Miller Ab 7- iq- rx , Y-'lf .Wick Robert Miller Louise Millig an julie Mills Robert Mondron Mary Moore Bradley Moorhous 'FS 5 , W A f ' QCP V06 g' ' ,f-in ' ily-, S ff-FVSX ' ' w Hb' Q . . , X 5 ' C arrie Morgan Patricia Morgan Dennis Morris Joel Morton Bryan Moser Maurice Moushon si 9' 5 2 P'- 'N . izll 1. or M' Y' ! .,,- 5 Q 5 fi Daniel Mueller Molly Murphy Pamela Murphy Sc ott Muttems David Myers Steven Neubaue I' iz., Q, Q 47,351 it 2 1 f X WX i f mmw ,ef 1 fiiff 'Se has S T WL, Q' '55 W ' I 'Ngo' fs f Kaj a Noel Sus anne Noyes Rhonda Nuxoll Susan Oldham Teresa Oldham James Oliver Q- 62 X nv'- lw y l ,W .fx A fy z SU N W- as :za L Ii Vrrww X 1' ff' -:I fs Q L , fx K ' .HMM In my A H x.., .1 I F . ' my A G 1 - ..., f f. , , 9 eaae 1,2 y. A O R ae L T ,A - ....., V , 5 was o,.., ,M g , Q If , W s fx u 'F X, F PM 1 Wi MXN, L ,gt , , y , dp"'Y -4? .Z gfzw 1:2-. Phillip Dean Alliena Cheri Carolyn Tim Olsen Penovich Post Rash Rich Robinson Matthew Todd Christy Brad Douglas Carolyn Ondrey Peterson Powley Rassi Riddle Roecker joleen Timothy Valerie Matthew Lonny Patrick Oney Pflederer Quevillion Reecy Riddle Roecker Cindy Twila Kimberly Cheryl Kevin Cary Overturf Phillips Ragland Reel Riley Rothschild Chris Becky Gwendolyn De an Lisa Lori Owen Pilkington Ramler Reinking Roach Rue Brenda Diana james Kim Sue Michael Pech Poirot Rankin Rhoads Robertson Ruggles Freshmen 81 82 Freshmen K Daniel Runyon Carolyn Rust William Ryals Jess Sackett Kay Sanders JHY Schertz f X1 ., ,.,M, 1, yy ff f ,fn t , wr' 'V I X4 47' ',1 , , v,gY"'u3,,', , ef,-fav ,,M.,,,, tif' .W-, f-cor' 2 ff' " fr .f" TL F- ff Els, g f' 4. K, 4 ff' Ein D 1 - t v M at y i, f' sf I .x W if .. an W' , X s.,,, -' .W , 9-V, ru -:I 45"-it 1115 , .fx Ana ,W f X '65 Cynthia Schieber Stacy Schillie Jane Schmidgall William Schock Kirk Schoenbein Charlotte Schroe der ,Xf Nr ,. , fair K B VVVV ,f ' ,, e -ik. , a,., , 3 , , H X'-T f' 'Y' f 5 1 9 Wd V, u, 1 .X ik fax 8 we if If r -. ,s'fHAL: ' is Q-gf as 'Q wal-?,,l 7 W ...A.a ,, ,,, f . ' K Y 'fn KY , 5 . ,if K .xt I 1 ',,,A 1 A , I ,.. High ,. . 7' 4. -n fx 7 , N 4 ,. y ' . x i . . 7, fn I ',N ,B 'vm R Q 5 a.,. , x .',, Warp' , I V. , T xy '14 'haa- s'. fi 74215 fn w ' A ' 'V frrhx 1 fr it in asas . xi 4 - 7: ,S V + I A Vi' U V F I 3 f an I Kent Mike Schuck Shadix Gregory Lori Schwartz Sherman Rick James Schwartzentraub Sholtis Scott Melissa Seaman ShSi1ver Lori Sri Seibold Simmen Kimberly AU-U ' Seltveit Smlth .A C atheri ne Smith Kevin Smith Michael Smith Jeannette Smrkovski Thomas Sommer Deborah Spears NJ? K. x""L.1, Tina Spence jeffrey Springer William Stieglitz Lori Stollenwerk Pete Stout enborough Janis Stradley ' Y d""""' Q, h ,f . vi' i 'st : Y X I f ,. -M.: , , Q5 - ,ha il dl' .s Y M4 LA ' x Steven Studkey Debra Suckerman Angela Swan Paula Swift Tracy Tarbuck Cheryl Thomas K A ,,.. ,E 5 4 V 1 T in , . mar, wr rnll E , " 2' - T M an 41, 7' T , ! l T it e lxf',,:', ,- vi " ' T , - I ., T . ., ' . ,- . I A,'i :,VV 5 V , :V H rrii 131,001 " ,53"'hx: ,. JM f- . ii' 'T f as-. C225 -- fl v 1 ,Q I il 1 i 'lx ' .M 1' at ig A gg . ,V y 5 1 ., ,, l ' tk V::,, ,gan ,f ,f ,' xv- if 5 , ,f y s' Ve,,g,, T' ms- X ,J V, 1 L '! 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I lik. ky , ,is 2 f lv 2 A ff .- - S w T e r, , , IA 1 " ' .1 T A ' -A if 'ii H " ' ' ' ' 1 fbxfx Q f 1 1 M Steven Ion Zimmerman Zobrist Ann Michael Zobrist Zobrist i"2'.fi2,gg 2 rf UM' 'Q , I,-, I , 'R 'Y . f , 1 l T' I 'N rgl ' "xaN. kg if 5153 ,V i 41 43, .x A Kevin Winkler Michael Wright Mary Wuthri ch Thomas Wynn C arrie Young A nita Zimm erm an NOT PIC TUR ED Maureen Alexander james Bauman Kerry Clark Allen Devall Robert Drake Christopher Ellington Ron Foster Lori Frintz Jeffery Newell Karl Welch Come on now jenny Elward, so maybe you are hungry. But can't you at least wait until lunch? Freshmen 83 3 " QQWL I ' I' Wi, . L M XKA K. ew 'nn vlr ,.'h.!,.. Qu Sitting Here I o on ooooo Wonder About Tomorrow At There Sometime, Someplaee, Undefined, U nhnown, U ntouched And Free. But . . . Where do we go from here? raw 33 ig R n . ,. H1 . 3' , A , . ,,,A,,g fl 4? M175 'vi ' f 1 N I 1' 5 5 I 2 i E i 1 2 if vt Q f E -'Wg -ffihf -v f 1 ' Q I 5 , I z v 1 I gk . 1 ,!S.', .if .1 if 1 ga 5 f- 7 C., 3 4 nl.: Q Q 1- FN-. s , M M, K 1 , I -f -1 '4 'M I 5 s f an wmgmwwffhfwm-F 5 F 'WY Mi? K Q :fr ww- L L ',L'L, ., ,, ' " ' ' v ,. -, ,i s V' ' , ,. I pf M ' V. M ,, . ' ' ,. V X A A' A . 0 o o ywauww-:wnglgn.,..a r -V M, , ,, N H c wz zesx aim h ' . , ,,:. ,zzm 'M m"' - 0 53 M A I ,. . . E I - v ,1'.'3. zr-'F if f 'O 3 Qi? A -s " fi avg, ,b M i Lil. 12 - , 1' wg K 'r:5"i' 5 Qi, . -714015: 421 Y A i F'-V, ' in 'egg I 'H '. A ' .-fwgf i L .p,w'5u J ai Q A -if M. Q te 'on 1, , ., 1 fl wghgj, 2 ,,"m' Q- 1 '7Qf. f - 1 Symphonic Band Wins Twelve Firsts The Symphonic Band, composed of approximate- ly 50 members, Works as a team to produce a vari- ety of sound for listening pleasure. This year they participated in various Winter, Christmas, and spring concerts. In April they took part in the state- wide organizational con- test at ICC. The band re- ceived twelve Division I and six Division Il ratings. , Q K, f A f L, . W. W .- Row 1: jean Hunziker, Kathy Carter, Rach- el Peters, Carrie Young, Diane Draear, Darla Sutter, Marti Wilrnert, Dede Foore, Erik Cressman, Tina Leathers, Kim Kath. Row 2: Clint Young, Melissa Shively, Erika Maran, Lori Bond, Linda Gay, Cindy Shay, Beth Collingwood. Row 3: Michael Dierks, jim Davis, Chuck Rinkenberger, Craig Mason, Barry Clark, Steve Mathewson, joel Morton, CindiSchimme1pfennig, Susan 'f' M-M 1 A. W , . S . ' 5, 2 ' - ' .. -Q 1- .wwf N W xi 1: A ,, E .1 , L-N2 Y. f. i in ji f tx? was X -,lgff GET ii N ,DN Ig 5 . gf, . ' MW' nuns ,. . , ,WMM .. ,ii ,- ,,i,,,i,i-::a V Y 7 ' Y 1 v - Xsvf Wittmer. Row 4: Sue Kent, Diana Gardner, Matt Dirst, Bob Paton, jim Yarbrough, Cary Rothschild, Dean Penovich, Rusty Bensel. Row 5: Missy Krantz, Carolyn Spanier, jane Anthony, Sheri Warner, Greg Daniel, jay Schnarr, joel Grimm, Mitch Marine, Jenni Meiner, jim Crecelius, Melissa Bolam, Steve Thompson, Mitch Lambdin, Maurice Moushon. A 0, A Symphonic Band 91 ,ionro HIGH SCHOOL BAND Row 1: Larry Prodhel, Missy Krantz, Sherri Warner, Carol Spanier, Melissa Bolam, Joel Grimm, Jane Anthony, Jay Schnarr, Mitch Marine, Greg Daneils. Row 2: Jenny Meiner, Jim Crecelius, Tom Evans, Sue Wittmer, Jim Yarborough, Cary Rothschild, Matt Dirst, Bob Paton. Row 3: Russ Bensel, Jim Davis, Craig Mason, Steve Mattewson, Chuck Rinkenberger, Cindy Schimmelpfennig, Bary Clark, Joel Morton, Dean Penocich. Row 4: Sherri Stubbs, Lori Bond, Mike Dierks, Tracy Tarbuck, julie Mills, Diane Gardner, Sue Kent, Conrad Stinnet. Row 5: Erika Mai-an, Cindy Shary, Clint Young, Melissa Shively, Beth Collingwood, Linda Gay, Diane Draer, De De Foore. Row 6: Tina Leathers, Rachel Peters, Erick Cressman, Darla Sutter, Laurie Marine, Kathy Carter, Kim Kath, Carrie Young, jean Hunzsicker, Mauriec Moushon. Row 7: Mitch Lamdin, Justine Loercher, Ruth Goggins, Betty Steffan, Beth Werder, Kathy Olinger, Cathy George, Chrisie Rhoades, Susan Hasselbacher. Row 8: Arlene Smith, Kathy Linder, Sue Stuckey, Kim Olinger, Theresa Urish, Carla Pennington, ghristie Yordy, Michelle Farwell. Back Row, Debbie Inhow, Debbie Brecher, Denise Mahrt, Nancy Beck, Pam Murphy, ngie Mahrt. 92 Marching Band M orchingBancl Continues To Collect Trophies Opening their season with a first place award at the Pekin Marigold Parade, the Marching Band continued its previous season's excellence. With sec- onds at Illinois Wesleyan Universtiy, Western, and The Peoria Santa Parade along with a first at Bloomington's Christmas Parade, the Band added five more trophies for their collection. Not only were they invited to play for the jimmy Carter Pep Rally, but they were also asked by WRAU TV to make a commericial. To top off the year's success' the Band was invited to Disneyworld in Orlando, Florida, to participate in their Main Street Parade. I if - 5 - A 1-'-in-11 Row 1: Rachel Peters, Mike Johnson, joel Greg Wenndt, Jim Crecelius, Susan Wittmer, Grimm, Missy Krantz. Row 2: Erika Maran, Melissa Bolam. Row 4: Tracy Tarbuck, Barry Caty Rothschild, Bob Paton, Matt Dirst, jim Clark, Craig Mason, Michael Dierks, Larry Yarbrough, Dean Penovich, Rusty Bensel. Row Shay, and joel Morton. 3: james Davis, Conrad Stinnett, Marc Mills, ein 516 J ig' f ff 'T K Mi Q, 1 f Jazz Band Follows Tradition They don't play very much jazz, but their charts are usually popu- lar among all people. The jazz Band didn't perform very often this year, but when they did, they really put their hearts into it. Their first performance was at the last big "fling" of the Bicentennial Com- mission. They followed tradition of past years by performing at assemblies, basketball games and concerts as well as add- ing musical interludes for the spring play MASH. Marching, jazz Band 93 9 5, if ly Concert Band Busy Concert Band per- formed at a variety of events including three concerts, five basketball games and our last home football game. Some concert band members partici- pated in the March- ing Band g and two ensembles earned first division rat- ings at the IHSA Solo and Ensemble Contest at ICC. 'rv fe? L A, I f it X Row 1 Left To Right: Kim Musgrave, Kim Anderson, Debbie Binkele, Laura Marine, Carol Zimmerman jeannette Srnrkovski, Twila Phillips, Marcia Maughan. Row 2: Carolyn Rust, Cindy Bump, Melissa Sil- ver, Cheryl Thomas, Nancy Beck, Debbie Brecher, Pam Murphy, Melvin Devall, Sally McGuire. Row 3: Larry Shay, Kevin Wilson, julie Mills, Bill Schock, Tracy Tarbuck, Kendall Beckwith, Aaron Clawitter, jim Dunsmoore, Debra Ihnow. Row 4: Patrick Roecker, Tim Evans, Tom Anderson, Tom Williamson, Denise Mahrt, Angie Mahrt. Standing: Tom Sommer, Mike johnson, jim Uphoff, Conrad Stinnett, Larry Prodehl. L7 - Q .. A Billie 4- Concert Choir In Front, Kneeling: Doug DeVore ftenor section leaderj, Kris Fahl- berg Qstudent directorj, Barry Rapp Qbass section leaderj, Gigi Powley fsoprano section leader j, Susan Wittmer falto section leaderj Row 1: Char Yordy, Linda Opperman, Kevin Riley, Diane White, Susan Stuckey, Sue Pennington, Kathy Olinger, Melissa Masinelli, Becky Gamble, Dan lhnow, Kim LeBaube, Bob Drake. Row 2: Gwen Witzig, Carla Knobloch, joy I-Iofer, Dawn Watts, Mark Strubhar, jason Fox, jeff Morton, jim Benckendorf, Craig Hilliard, Scott Cruse, jeff Luttrell, Mark Badgerow, Mary Schick, Mary Draeger, Kathy Gingerich, Nancy Carr, Elsie Kolb, janine Stout, Lora Gillan, Sherry Funk. Row 3: Barb I-Iauter, Lynne Krolak, Desma Davis, Donna Heffel, Lee McHenry, Mike Bad- gerow, jeff Zittritsch, Kirk Moser, Brad Geyer, Mike Wright, Cathy Burnham, Erin Clark, Stephanie Mullins, jo Ellen Crumrine, jennifer Grisham, Becky At- teberry, Laura Stuckey, julie Weber, Mike Robinson, Ken Vogel, Melvin De- vall, Darah Penry, jill Ligon, Row 4: Bob Paton, Sue White, Kim Williamson, Marti Wilmert, Cheri jones, Margaret Cain, Becki Meiner, Lori Abner, Kathy Domnick, Arlene johnson, Krista Bollegar, jim Crecelius, Steve Butts, Terry Allen, Tony Ondrey, Steven Henriksen, Lyle Cruse, Scott Stover, Tom Giebel- hausen, Tim Shively, Mark Getz, jay Getz. 94 Concert Band, Concert Choir Concert Choi Earns Rewards Besides their usual three con- certs, members of Concert Choir keep busy with activities in the Variety Show, participa- tion in contest, and continual practice. Compliments, re- spect, and admiration are their rewards for hard Work. Concert Choir demonstrates a classic example of the "Mon- day morning blahs" as Mrs. Mote tells them to run through the Christmas music "one fli more time. " Laura Stuckey 5 i and her page turner Janine 5 i Stout accompany the Girls Choir at the Christmas Concert. .i 5 Q 'w,, H, yi A 3 r Q U? It's not easy to play the trumpet and keep the left eye focused on Mr. Kiesler and the right eye Watching Drum majorette Melis- s sa Bolam. When all else fails, Tracy Tarbuck just plays and marches on. f-yi- O Swing Choir Twirls To A First "Dance to the music" is the theme of MHS's Swing Choir, and they do just as their name suggests - -swing. They turn, turn and twirl to a variety of popular melodies such as "Aquarius" from the Broadway musical "Hair. " They provide their own music, singing as well as dancing. Often having attended college clinics to im- prove technique, they made all their hard work pay off as they earned a first rating at Solo- Ensemble Contest this spring at ICC. A Vp.. .. ta I rm 4 Swing Choir: Kneeling: Alliena Post. Front: fLeft To Righty Linda Opper- man, Kevin Riley, jennifer Grisham, jason Fox, Ken Vogel, Cathy Burn- ham, Terry Allen holding Kerry Clark 7 Doug Devore holding Janine Stout, jim Crecelius holding Carol Perry, Steve Butts holding Erin Clark, Nancy Applegren, Tony Ondrey, jeff Zittri- tsch, Kay Sanders, Kim Anderson, Accompcmists: Department Players These six girls are very skilled because many people depend on them to do a good job. They play the piano for the choral department. In addition to this, the accompanists compete in State Solo and Ensemble Contest. Accompanists: Seated: Sue Wittmer, Sue Stuckey, Laura Stuckey. Standing: jill Ligon, julie Zehr, Magaret Cain. 96 Swing Choir, Accompanists Kirk Moser. Back Left: Donna Heffel, Mike Badgerow, Kris Fahlberg, Barry Rapp. Back Right: Tim Shively, Darah Penry, Lee McHenry, Mary Volle. Girls' Chorus Places In Contest Girls' Choir, a combination of Freshmen and selected girls' choruses, added a high note at the Variety Show with "Flower Drum Song. " They also per- formed the Christmas Concert and the February Concert. The Choir participated in the Solo and Ensemble Contest in March at ICC. . . Row 1 Brenda Getz, Stacy Schillie, Debbie Braun, Ann Zobrist, Nancy Applegren, Jana Burlcley, Sue Noyes, Shelly Dufelmeier, Karen Gibson, Darla Kniep, Angela Swan, Heather Getz, Sandy Widner, Teresa Pech, Row 2 Julie Zehr, Jeri Kaufman, Lisa Roach, DeAnn I-Iauter Carrie Forbes Barb Powley, Lori Wilson, Karin Henriks, Carolyn Roecker, Debbie Suckerman, Carolyn Rich, Carrie Morgan, Row 3 Sue Lee, Paula Swift, Sally McGuire, Kim Anderson, Carla Pennington, Teresa Urish, Kay Sanders, Kerry Clark, Beth McLaughlin, Sara Van Wanda Mandrell, Esther Herman, Kim Ragland. Row I Q5-15 it X, ,si ,1 if 4 Rhonda Nuxoll, Mary Moore, Diane I-lipple, Tina Spence, Kim Ondrey, Karen Fischer, Joann Bagley, Jacqui Schultz, Alliena Post, Carolyn Heffer- man, Diane Driscoll, Janet Brunner, Claire Eldridge, Brandie Fisher, Tamara Dobbs, Sheryl Krahn, Katana Meirhans. Girls' xhv. r Q an is 1 . ati ,.-...... Ensemble Girls' Ensemble is composed of selected Girls' from all other Choirs who have passed the audition. Last year they sang for various civic and community organizations as well as school productions such as the Variety Show and the Christmas Concert. Row 1 Char Yordy, Melissa Masi- nelli, Julie Zehr, Diane White, Becky Gamble, Lora Gillan. Row 2 Barb Hauter, Carla Knoblock, Arlene Johnson, Krista Bollegar, Becki Mei- ner, Lori Abner, Linda Opperman, Gwen Witzig. Girls' Chorus, Ensemble 97 5 iii l," " 4 , 4 f", 5. QW, 4 M M' M "X nw -. 1 mm fm Nga, 'M , A QQW 100 Variety Show v 41 A 4' A 1 2 1 Christy Powely and prepare for the Girls Chorus per- formance of "Flower Drum Song. " 2. Lee MCI-Ienry and Janine Stout converse backstage during the show to calm their nerves. 3. Ed Antonacci and Jim Sanders work on the sound system in preparation for the Variety Show. 4. Kerry Clark takes a deep breath and is ready for her stage entrance. J qaarias, Swing Choir Dance br Finale, Standing Ovation 1 Swing Choir performing "Rhythm of Life." Dancers are: Scott Bartlemay, Barry Rapp, Alliena Post, Kris Fahlberg, jim Crecelius, Kerry Clark, Terry Allen, Linda Opperrnan, Kay Sanders, Kirk Moser, Darah Penry, Tim Shively, Nancy Applegren and Steve Butts. 2. Choral director Mrs. Barb Mote accepts a well deserved congrat- ulations at the end of Saturday's show. 3,4 Lee MCI-Ienry and jim Crecelius perform the jerky motions of a human robot in the show's finale, "Aquarius. " N mx, X Variety Show 101 102 Re ader's Theatre Reoderis Theatre Presents A Potpourri Of Christmas Spirit The script for this year's Reader's Theatre production was a compilation of various forms of literature that ex- press the special feeling of Christmas. Included were some traditional favor- ites: "Twas the Night Before Christmas, " "Sweet Little Jesus Boy, " and "The Nut- cracker. " To help get the audience in the appropriate Christmas mood the cast, which was directed by Mr. Chuck Pierce, ended with a sing-along of carols. 1 Reader-'s Theatre performers were: row 1: Amy Zobrist, Carol Perry, Shelly Duffelmeierg row 2: Desma Davis, Bridget Baston, Mary Draeger, Charlotte Yordy, joy I-Iofer, Director Mr. Chuck Pierceg row 3: jane Anthony, Steve I-Ienrickson, Sue Wittmer, Scott Bartlemay. 2 Body, voice and facial expression make it all come together for the Reader's Theatre group. ff" 1 Sue Wittmer and Scott Bartlemay laugh as they realize that they have each sold their precious possession as they do a read- ing from "The Gift of the Magi. " 2 Ann Zobrist, Carol Perry, Desma Davis and Sue Wittmer read a passage from "The New Nutcracker" by Ogden Nash. 3 Readers Jane Anthony, Mary Draeger and Bridget Batson add- ed support with their choral reading. 4 Joy I-Iofer brightens up as she reads of all the goodies Santa may bring for the good little boys and girls. Reader's Theatre 103 Madrigals Re-enact Dinner This year the Madrigals added a touch of 15th century England to their usual list of perform- ances. They re -enacted part of the Madrigal Christmas Dinner before the entire stu- dent body at the Christmas Assembly--jesters, 15th century costumes , tights, Wassail and all. Besides the usual list of per- formances for civic and community organizations, the Madrigals performed at the February Concert, the Christ mas Concert and at the State Contest in March. 104 Madrigals 1 Always attentive for that sour note, Mrs. Barbara Mote, choral director, listens as the Madrigals practise for their performance. 2 Modeling their new cosutmes are Madrigal members: Kneeling: Barry Rapp, Scott Wiuigg Row 1: jim Crecelius, Kim Williamson, Lori Abner, Sue White, Lori Gal- braith, Sue Wittmer, Sue Stuckey, Kathy Dominick, Stephanie Mullins, Marti Wilmert, jeff Zittritsch, Mark Strubharg Row 2: Lee McHenry, Mark Getz, Jay Getz, Sherry Funk, Steve Butts, Ken Vogel, jeff Morton, Doug DeVore, Mike Badgerow, Kirk Moser. Not pictured: Erin Clark, Amy Schwart- zentraub , julie Weber . 323 fx 1. Madrigals performing at the Christmas Concert. 2. Kirk Moser, a jester, practices his script for the Madrigal Dinner. 3. The MHS Madrigals en tertained the public in authentic Renaissance Costumes at the Red Bud Tree . 4. Mark Getz, Steve Hendrickson and Steve Butts practice for the Madrigal Dinner with the help of Mr Kiesler. Madrlgals 105 You That Wont drig al Dinner QE? To M , Pipes Sound ' , This year's Madrigal Christmas Dinner was more ,f 1. 3 if authentic than in previous years. Complete with jesters, authentic costumes of the Rennassaince period and wassail, the dinner was an extraordinary success. A trio of recorders played by Rachel Peters, Kim Kath, and Kathy Carter and a brass section directed by Mr. Bob Kiesler entertained during the dinner. In addition there was a string duet by Carl Cressman and Laurie Gross. - 1 Jester Lee Mcl-Ienry bids welcome to the guests as the dinner begins. 2 After the dinner, the singers lined the corridors ad libbing Christmas carols to the brass accompaniment. 3 Lori Abner is escorted by Mark Getz as the Madrigals mingle with the guests before the food is served. 4 Jester Kirk Moser toasts to jeff Mor- ton as Sue White looks on. 5 Steve Butts and Erin Clark toast to never forgetting the words or music to their songs--at least not until the din- ner was over. 6 Lee Mclienry applauds to sweet 1 sound of the Madrigals. 7 "The boar's head in hand bear I, bedecked with bays and rosemary. " Madrigal Dinner 107 Morton Defense Intereepts FourPosses, t- J e.1,. ' 6 Pounds St. Bede 42-12 In Homecoming Game Win f K A Q , 4'fx A 4 r F' V s is L -. , ,. '+'i an ' 5 01 .oee p it ,oeee ,, Xi . t I-ss 1 108 Homecoming Game r. . ,, ,lilin ' 0 5 MPX-k l The Potters totaled over 300 yards, 277 by passing, to pound St. Bede 42-12 for Homecoming. The Potter rout started early when they recovered a St. Bede fumble on the Bruin one-yard line, and Bruce Houle ran it in for a 7-0 lead. Morton's defensive unit intercepted four passes, one of which was a 70-yard pass interception runback by Bob Fos- ter for a touchdown. And Morton sat with a 20-6 lead at half time. Morton picked up where it left off in the third quarter with an ll-play, 68-yard drive capped by a one-yard touch- down drive by Foster. Later in the fourth quarter Bob Miller ran 21 yards with 9:45 left to run the lead up to 34-6. "ilu, Homecoming Game 109 Homecoming ,76 The Fantasy World Uf Walt Disney The Court for the 1976 Homecoming dance was: Freshman, Deann Hauter and escort George Taylor: Sophomore, Dottie Henning and Paul Owens 5 junior, Michele Farwell, King Tim Witzig and Queen Kim Kelleyg Junior, Mark Dono- van: Seniors, Vickie Henning, Phil Owens, Cheryl Park and escort Gordon Foster. When You Wish Upon A Star fs yn' at M : "Wie 1 gk 1 1 1 5' J Q 4 N 5 ,'1l 2 '3 I L U Vx' M. 1 I sim if if if YS? if D-Seq!! s . , M4 13" f x V Q .1 -HL Q ,A , H V., N?" UL, 1 a 7l ' S S. Mmm uf F-'ff Wi, Minh ' wi' Q , Ks f ,Anil V K, 4 . vm!! K I K K K . L ' '-L' .,. --tx , . K ' Sf' I- 1 -. ' f . . . K . W . K K . NK if 5 F K KK 1, J. ',... 1 5 . ie ,., fi ' . ,.-- K .1 'L sffif- I, N -Y, ' 39 . fi, . 'Q . - . - i 1 I S' 'la xi. L .551 Q' ' 'Q ix "Lf :W Us fkfis :ik Lf' 'f A 5 .iv-.L Shia., . Q. .M K -- K... . - .- h , - M51 fsmw-wMwwwwWww-Ww- f f ,,-. , , Q KK..r KELK K -- KK K . . K nf , , .- . L,b - f 'Nhh . 1 gr. 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Ky-1, Kg - K -x-,fa j,E2yK, .,,: ,., K KK . , Q-.5 A Kg' 2 ' Kg. K-KKK QKKW3 f f Q ii K K.SQ . K K ' 5 I . S , ' 9' E R I. yqlfi Z A .QW , gs K .xK ,,.n,KK ,K W K Am, During the year the Drill Team performed at ha1ff1mefOfa11fOotba11 Drill Team Is Part 0 MHS and basketball games. One of their highest achievements was their participation with the Marching Band in WRAU's theme song "Part of Your Life" commercial. These girls also performed with the band in East Peoria at a jimmy Carter rally. Members this year in- cluded: Co-captians Justine Loercher and Ruth Goggins Row 2: Cathy George, Bet ty Steffan, Susan Stuckey. Row 3: Susan Hasselbacher Teresa Urish, Christy Yordy, Michele Farwell, Kim Olinger. Row 4: Beth Werder, Arlene Smith, Carla Pennington, Kathy Olinger, Kathy Linder and Christie Rhoads . Varszty Cheerleaders Pull For Spirit school spirit. Varsity cheerleaders are: Floor: jill Fortmang Back: julie Weber, Pam Perdue, cap tain Kim Strunk, Laura Stuc- key, and Carol Dresden. fgiifarsity stats: Q 35,5 , MORTON OPPONENT SCORE 'f'23KECOR.D: 7 vvins',fj2f1osses P 1 CONFERENCE : 6 wins, 1 loss ,P if Rock Falls Metamora Canton ,, ' gl. Bode f is B P' piaq 31 Pohrglgac 35 U-High 21 IVC 20 Washington Row 1: Mark Reec , joe Grant, Mark Houle, Paul johnson, Mark Bugaeiski, Eric Opperman, Phil Owens, Bruce Kodatt, Mark Muzzarelli, Bob Miller. Row 2: Larry Shafer, Lee McHenry, Dave Driscoll, Bob Sollberger, Dve Bayeliss, Pat Brewster, Steve Klunk, Tom Woerner, Dave Fuehring, Bruce Houle, Gordon Foster. Row 3: Coach Muzzarelli, Bruce Koke, Chuck Brentz, Bob Foster, Mark Eldridge, Phil Fort, Scott Michael, Bruce Kodatt, Tim Witzig, Ray Moushon, Coach McDonald, Coach Feely. Row 4: Steve Poirot, Tom Ledvina, Neal Case, Pat Owens, Carl Miller, Stve Aberle, Stuart Schroeder, Mike Casella, Tony Ingles, Mike Cooper, KLu't Karnes, Rick White, and jeff Smith. 118 Varsity Football Seniors Lead The Hogs To Victor . .- is N. Having the third best season in Morton's history, the varsity football squad finished with a 7-2 record. After losing the first two games they compiled a seven game winning streak soundly beating all of their opponents. The Homecoming game against St. Bede proved to be one of the biggest upsets with Morton winning 4-O-12. One of the most important wins came at the end of the season as archrival Washington Was defeated 20-13. "I feel that the seniors did a tremendous job this year, " said Coach Muzzarelli. "After the first two games, we came back to win seven s11'aight games. Each game that we won became more important to us as the season went on because we knew that we had a chance at getting into the state playoffs. " There were many outstanding players this year, but the nucleus was formed by these twenty-two graduating seniors: Chuck Brents, Mark Bugaeiski, Mike Cooper, Mark Eldridge, Bob Foster, Gordon Foster, Phil Fort, Dave Fuehring, Bruce Houle, Paul Johnson, Steve Kindred, Bruce Kodatt, Bruce Koke, Bob Miller, Ray Moushon, Mark Muzzarelli, Eric Opperman, Phil Owens, Larry Shafer, Rick White , Tim Witzig, Tom Woerner. ,Wm Q3 CW Varsity Football 119 if ' . A ' , ,' wg . ' ' 7 0 ,5 A 'T A . ROW 1: Mark Davis, john Klaasen, Todd Stegmaier, Paul Owens, Steve Morrison, ROW 2: Tim Epkins, Tom Schafer, Dave McCanless, Brent Martin, Drew Cali, Bob Doane, ROW 3: Greg Wenndt, john Ackerman, Dana Arnett, Steve Barbier, Craig Baum, George Tay lor, Scott Ta lor. ROW 4: Dave Melton, Ed Zell, jay Milligan, Brian Erickson, Bill Stoetzel, Dan Mclgougal, Neil D'Argo, Dave Miller. NOT PICTURED: Marty Brown, Dave Park. , gg. if.-11.-f., Season O Ups And Downs Having one of their best seasons in a few years, the Sophomore football squad compiled a 5-3 record. They rolled up victory after victory. Then came Ponti- ac. After going through two buses, one had to be discarded because of a slashed tire and the second broke down half way to Pontiac, the Potters eventually arrived to defeat the Indians 12-7. Pontiac personified the Potters season- - it had its breakdowns but eventually the Potters pulled through as winners. Turning in a 3-4 record may seem dis- appointing to some , but keeping in mind that this is the frosh's first year, it didn't seem so bad. In fact the season started well as they won their first three games . Although they dropped their fi- nal four games, they learned many new techniques and developed their skills so that they could prepare for next years football season. ROW 1: Dave Kindred, Tony Leake, jay Schertz, Stuart Kerrn, Ted Clark, Paul Guymon, Jeff Lagrow, Kyle Karnes. ROW 2: Todd Hunter, Dave Welsh, Pete Cali, Greg Irmen. Bill Lee, Roger Eason, Kevin Wilson, Rick Schwarzentraub, Dan Mueller, ROW 3: Ross Knisley, Chris Danielson, Joe Kelly, Kevin Lynn, Tony Allen, Jim Sholtis, Kim Lebaube, Steve Stuckey, Matt Reecy, Todd Arbuckle. ROW 4: Ed Heidenreich, Todd Petersen, Chris Owen, Rick Earl, Mike Smith, Mike Zobrist, Scott I-Iirstein, Dan Runyon. RECORD: 5 WINS, 3 LOSSES RECORD: 3 WINS, 4 LOSSES MORTON OPPONENT SCORE MORTON OPPONENT SCORE 16 Rock Falls 6 6 Metamora O 0 Metamora 6 22 Canton 1 2 38 Canton 6 20 Olympia 14 44 Eureka 6 8 Pontiac 6 14 Olympia 12 8 U-High 22 12 Pontiac 7 O IVC 6 8 IVC 18 8 Washington 12 6 Washington 30 120 F-S Football Cross Country Runs to Best Season In Years , ,4,,, f,,,f,, . Kneeling: Randy Belsley, Andy Edgar, lanski, Kurt Carius, Mark Getz, Rich Keith Krolack, Rob Anthony, jim Ack- Smith, Phil Lockwood, Ben Un er and- S erman, Phil King. Back: Frank Koby- Coach Smith. RECORD: 7 Wins, 7 Loses MORTON OPPONENT SCORE 19 Spalding 41 1 25 Limestone 34 ,,,,, 30 Bloomington 25 24 Springfield sis as iiii 40 Woodruff is , , 19 Normal 42 y 18 Pontiac 47 Q fy E 7 y - 1' 1 29 Washington 26 i f o ,ii 39 Metamora 20 i , f,f. I , ,Q 28 jacksonville 30 ,'i' fl , " -L 5 ..- ' f 38 Peoria Central 21 Q 7, g ,fss 39 Richwoods 20 t aj, , X Q -ff ,Q 35 5, 'win 15 Canton 50 y g, Placing in lnvitationals: ' , "W 2 5 Canton 2 of 15 Pumpkin Festival 2 of 11 12, Limeston 9 of 15 Dixon 9 Of 19 a Peoria so of 44 U-High 2 of 21 ' HOI Conference 4 of 10 IHSA District 11 of 15 Compiling a 7-7 record, the Cross Country team did an outstanding job. Captain Andy Edgar and junior Mark Getz, who both shared this years award for Most Valuable Runner, led the team to one of their best records in five years . The team took three second place finishes this year at Canton, the Pumpkin Festival and University High. ff' 'K p p p pf 4 K I 1 E pp 3, 1 T , E M 4 w RP L: I " -fr2 T- d iff? ootasi TTT? 'ga e MDW' f ftnsiffff -aux. - aterf t .f .L 4 e f I if-Maw, F f, wniwm won ,wwf Varsity Cross Country 121 Practice, Practice, And More Practice. Since there were too few fresh- man and sophomores on the Cross Country team, they didn't really have too much of a season. They did put in many hours of hardworking practice. With no meets, it may sound very much like that is what they did all year. But a few of these hard- working people were able to overcome their ruts of practice and earned spots on the Varsity squad. -c 4 I i yyrrr y iii iir i rr it yyt yyy iie r f .W .ww A 'WV' K M it l.. J 5, , Q K '1 Kneeling: Rob Anthony, Phil Lockwood, Glen Sld, Curt Carius, Ben Unger. Reinker. Back: Coach Smith, Frank Kobylan- 122 FS Cross Country' 5 P if . - ' A V , 11, il' Y in U .,.. i r ' ,, .. A 1 ailff' , i e l ' -1.. Til, it ii'i I 5 14 if f "'.',- . , ' W P 4 i .n"u1fi'h.. 1 ' f-:-, lc N -fr f' w ' . V 5 , 5' K Y 9 , we-V, .. K 1- 11- ,, ' H, v, dba--sf 1- --'f , ar Y I ,gm -. spy ii J, X 'K we for 0 V ,.1" c it k-Jg ' K i-- ' , g J My N it L X , c I 0 sg, L f .1 , wilive A c , wwe i , A .rs A A " V, . '-at A .. P . 4. X "1 as Vvkx X xppp ,WVV4 "'c.k 1 '.i, f th c 'a .iii ,- A Morton Golfers Swing To f Kneeling: Darrell Porter, Todd Bonham, john Zobrist, jim Goettsch, jeff Ditzenberger, Dave Myers, Brad Meisner, Gordon Bagby, Scott Berger. Back: Coach Repplinger, Dan Chismark, Larry Stevig, Greg Strauss, Rich Meyers, Alan Heth, Scott Stover, Roger Deterding, Mark Reinken, Dain Miller, and Larry Porter. IV GOLF RECORD: 17 wins, O losses MORTON OPPONENT , SCCRISE 1325, 7 SP2-1155118 174' Washington .-1.187 169 Eureka 190 Manual 186 154 Metamora 201 149,,:g, Eureka 130 1 E211 Q L 1 ,rrs' 175 IVCS 147 LLLL 6 7 1 183 160 Olympia 208 163 Limestone 182 156, X Canton 194 ssssy Metamora 229 169 it 1 1 182 163 208 182 Olympia 216 Forfeit Eureka ,ror F78 Most valuable golfer, Tom Martin, drives his ball on to the green. Victory Led by seniors Bill Davis, John Heth, Barry Rapp and Captain Tom Martin, the varsi- ty Golf team finished the season with an impressive record of 11 consecutive wins, 5 losses and 1 tie . "This was one of the best seasons that we've had here at MHS, ' ' said Coach Rep- plinger. "l think that the un- derclassmen did a fine job for us this year. ' ' Repplinger felt Tom Martin in particular did a fine job all year, and also at districts where Tom placed one stroke from advancement to- ward State . The IV team remained unde- feated for the second year in a row completing t.he season with 11 wins and 1 tie. With this year's team moving up to the varsity level, things should really be looking up for MI-IS golfers. rff HRECORD: 11 wins,I 1 ne 2 1 MORTON OPPONHJTS ' SCORE 168 Spalding 159 159 Washington 5 158 1159 Manual 1 'r,,,l 157 Eureka yi's 7 153 152 Metamora ,A 174 149 Eureka 158 Dunlap 157 149 IVC 153 152 01YmPi2 A 145 Limestoneiw 1 150 147 Canton 153 173 Metamora 191 167 'DIC i 169 1154 ' Canton A j A 166 168 Olympia 190 156 Eureka 154 162 Limestone 162 ,Galesbgrg Tournament 16 of 22 St. Bede Tosxrnament ,1.5f of 32 - H01 Tournament ' P 6 of 10 District at Bloomington 8 of 14 8. Golf 123 Girls Keep Eye On The Ball, Bring Home H01 Trophy The Girls' Tennis Team compiled a 9-2-l record to place first in the Heart of Illinois Conference, outdistancing all other challenging teams by elev- en points. The girls also placed third at Districts . This year's standout was Beth Landes who placed W 4?- H n 1 ,et,V , 4, , if i 1 if ' ' ' .. Kn l' :jenny Kehr Tracy Tarbuck Kuhl Pat Moler Beth Landes Jan Brun- Se.cond ln Slngles at D18 De1iiesenl?eVar, Melissa? Silver, Sheila s ner, Benny Osborlie, Prenda Clawitter, trlcts to advance to the Welch, Laurie jones, Cindy Schimmelp- Ki,m Kelley, Coach Smckey, State flI1alS . fennig, Brenda Hufford. Standing: JoDee bfi .ll K.. , ar 5 T 124 Girl's Tennis -grief? -s',- I' -"V f "ii Yap 1,--,Q sv:-nas. 5. .. ,... nge t.,., ., ,.. it K, S? if ..,k We Q ..,, . , ,rv r C C c llili T C s ' - 'C vidual iiii'i J C 2 ' llggp el1ssarsssSflV??1y? t is y 'Magun City 0 Tracey Tarhiick 6 Canton 0 Pfenda 4 My Washixlgton 2 BrendaKHford 2 Normal Commpnity 7 Jennl' C53 5 Central Catholic 1 Jemq' me 2 Peoria High 4 Shel 9' 5 K Richwoods 1 ,,t., Lange H .,,..,,, , ..,,.,,.. , .,,.., ,174 ..., .. ,,., Agadgmyigf--iOuwIgady-W rrrr-'K T' 'Demsei' T 2 T6 Canton 0 Kim Kelley? i . 4 U High 4 Beth Landes' T 5 B100 m-ngton 1 Pat Moler . 5 Pekin 1 Cindi Schimmelpfenmg District: 3rd place I-lOl champions 'Nw' fl K ,Q ff :ffl ,, ODS s K f K X Q , -po' L , a 92 ,V , KKVL" 1 A xv A A M 1 ,V a ,AA, 'T' ' -' ":fffg4':. ' ii .kkh I A1 ,B .:112r1gg. . 3 I nu A - 501. if K 'QQ Varsity Basketball Takes HDI Title . . . Again! -5 QA K afm if fi? s',,, f L g i,i, iii 1-IWUI GSW? +9 04- ,lm ,QQRTU YKETDY' 42 5 e .tak I ia. f ,Z AW!! Willie il xi Q in-, , Kneeling: Steve Kimmey, Coach Schupp, Rue, Doug Foster, Steve Kindred, Scott Kaufman, Ben Pflederer, Kevin john- Coach Reiser, Dana Arnett, and Joe Mandi-ell, Bob Foster, Todd Vetter, son, Dave Kraft, Bill Davis, and Kevin Martens. Standing: Dan Kath, Roger Mike Bugaeiski, Epic Peterson, Andy Bontemps. 128 varsity Basketball S "The team was really up for this game, and it turned out to be a very exciting and an outstanding game," commented Coach Reiser, on the 61-50 defeat over IVC as the Potters ran away with the game in the last minutes. Although eventually losing to Pekin in the first game of the IHSA Regionals there can be no room for dis- appointment, since with vvin over IVC , Morton clinched the Heart of Illinois Conference title for the second year in a row by the largest margin of wins ever in the HOI Conference. 5 RECORD: 14 wins, 10 losses MQRTON OPPONENTS SCORE 81 Canton 45 40 Manual 50 38 Washington 37 55 Chicago Westinghouse 73 74 Clinton 55 90 Metamora 65 61 IVC 56 70 Macomb 50 75 U-High 57 70 Central Catholic 48 50 Metamora 54 70 Decatur 62 6 1 Bloomington 67 61 IVC 50 72 Olympia 42 41 Potiac 36 64 Canton 51 52 Washington 40 TOURNAMENTS: Richwoods Round Robin 62 East Peoria 65 65 Richwoods 71 54 IVC 60 Illinois State Classic 50 Thornwood 41 59 Bloomington 60 Regional 58 Pekin 63 Varsity Basketball 129 MURTUN M 51 5 J M2823 U A Hi Nl Kneeling: Coach Schupp, Dan Ihnow. Standing: jeff Gibson, Rob Anthony, Scott Berger, Mark Burnham, Steve Morrison, Mitch Marine, Steve Waibel, Mike McCafferty, Dave Blair, Greg Garrison, Dan Chismark, Rick Lacy, Brent Colegrove, Jeff Lynch. Practice Makes Perfect- Almost Perfect-Season For Sophomore Squad Practicing almost every night until 6:30 really may seem like quite a lot, but when one considers that the sophomore basketball squad won 16 of 21 games and that most of their losses were by only a few points one can see that all that hardwork paid off. At one time in midseason the team was really rolling along with victories before losing to Bloomington by 4 points. The regular season ended on a high note as the Potters defeated their arch opponent, Washing- ton, 61-59. RECORD: 16 WINS 5 LOSSES MORTON OPPONENT SCORE 97 Canton 35 51 Manual 66 47 Washington 48 42 Westinghouse 39 80 Clinton 32 48 Metamora 46 71 IVC 50 68 Central Catholic 59 76 Macomb 39 68 U - High 52 74 Metamora 62 66 Decatur Eisenhower 56 72 Bloomington 76 81 IVC 48 72 Olympia 48 74 Pontiac 37 86 Canton 52 45 Washington 51 55 Richwoods 36 46 Limestone 47 61 Washington 59 130 Soph Basketball 1 Fundamentals, Practice O I' l' ZTLS RECORD 7 WINS, 12 LOSSES MORTON OPPONENT 53 Metamora 49 Washington 55 Chiddex 68 U - High 54 IVC 48 Limestone 57 Richwoods 49 Chiddex 49 Washington 60 Richwoods 53 Canton 47 Metamora 52 Parkside 62 IVC 61 Olympia 45 Lincoln 68 Canton 53 Pontiac 40 Central Catholic Standing: Kevin Winkler, Roger Eason, Rankin, Dave Mattson, Stuart Kerm, Coach SCh1lPP, Dah HHDOW- Brett Hatch, Dave Kindred, Matt Hef- Curt Carius, jim Sholtis, Todd Peter- feliinger, Paul Thorson, Rick Earl, jim son, Dave Myers, joe Kelly. Kneeling: Bring Freshmen Seven Learning how to dribble, pass , and shoot the bas- ketball seemed to be what the freshman basketball squad had in mind. They applied some of these techniques to their games to come out with seven wins. There were other games in which the team put forth a good effort, but was denied the chance to improve its record by only a few points. SCORE 54 52 54 47 56 47 72 57 53 69 60 53 44 39 63 63 34 46 63 Frosh Basketball 131 ,,,,,,,,. .,.. ,.,.. . , ,f ff 'isa f x Wrestling Cheerleaders H old Annual Breakfast Wrestling is a hard sport. The Wrestlers put in many hours of practice, and the girls who led the cheers this season put in just as many hardworking practices in order to cheer the wrestling squad on to their many Victori es. ln order to help pay the ex- pense of their new uniforms, the cheerleaders held their an- nual pancake and sausage breakfast prior to the Morton Invitational. Varsity cheerleaders: Diane Gibson, Vicki Henning, Heidi Wacker, Kim Kath, jane Ferguson and Debbie Lee. a K Junior Varsity cheerleaders. Kneeling. Shari Kellar, Teresa Pech, Marta Lucas. Standing: jill Stoetzel, Kathy Dallinger, Sue Lee . 134 Wrestling Cheerleaders ef! 4 'Hula ,. A G, -' X-17 .X Kneeling: Randy Castaneda, Kevin Lynn, Tony Leake, Scott Witzig, Jim Ackerman, Randy Belsley, Bob Bernard, Dave Fergu- son, Dave Park. Row 2: Tim Maughn, Barry Clark, Tim Shively, Craig Lynn, Mark Donovan, Craig Hilliard, Dave Miller, Jeff Morton. Row 3: Coach Nannen, Geoff Longden, Mark Zimmerman, Mark Clasen, Bruce Koke, Brian Erickson, Tom Woemer, Randy Drummond, and Coach Feely. i Three Wrestlers Place At Sectionals f diii Sectional winners: Craig Lynn, Bruce Koke, and jim Ackerman. Wrestling managers: Kip McCoy, Eric Schillie, and Kevin Smith. This year the wrestling team began the season under the direction of a new coach, Mr. John Feely, and with a new practice room. The use of the new fa- cilities and their hard work paid off as the varsity wrestlers took second places in the Centennial Tournament and IVC District. Three wrestlers also advanced from the district to the Rock Island Sectionals. At sectionals, Craig Lynn earned a third place medal and jim Ackerman and Bruce Koke earned fourth place finishes . ' Record: 12 Wins, 6 Losses MORTON OPPONENT SCORE 36 LaSalle-Peru 20 Woodruff ,,,, ,Washington t p 39 18 26 y , za ' T 35 Peoria ' 21 23 Pontiac 27 29 Lincoln 20 38 Peoria Central 23 15 V IVC , 42 15 17 21 fxfj lyznpia S Z yslyr ,522 L if 36 Decatur L if 1 MacArthur 20 Rantoul 32 41 ,Rock Island zs K K r,-r 39 Ikfgtamora 17 K T 30 U-High 25 57 Canton 10 Morton Invitational 7 of 12 Centennial Totunament 2nd HO1 Conference 5 of 10 IVC District 2nd ROck Island Sectional 8 of 26 Varsity Wrestling 135 ..l sevusaw www ee H . YS!!! ways :Q "' . V'v'lRM7Ufv'M wr W T0 j 1 4 VJ 4, pgvg vgf f ? 1HvS rv bp' ' it Kneeling: Terry White, Daryl Beeler, Maughn. Back: Coach Nannen, Geoff jeff Morton, jeff Berta, Dave Ferguson, Longden, Mark Clasen, Brian Erickson, Greg Bryan, Dave Park, Dave Miller. jay Milligan, Mike Horn, Steve Poirot Middle: Greg Wenndt, Neil D'Argo, and Coach Feely. Dennis Lowery, john Huber, Tim FROSH-SOPH WRESLTERS ... RECORD: 9 Wins, 3 Losses MORTON OPPONENT SCORE 1 20 40 p 1 rstai Q ritrt :LaSalle-Ml3ew M yyyy M M. M M M M 18 M ,,,, sirs M it at M,MM,MMMM V MMMM, M 39 6 1 47 45 Lincbhu 38 14 PeOfi3 Central 50 30 27 33 38,5311 M 36 36 12 45 15 LaSalle-Peru 45 Woodruff 15 31 Washington 26 24 Peoria Central 39 25 IVC 41 35 Bergan 33 58 Spalding 12 42 Richwoods 21 61 Illini Bluffs 12 41 Metamora 18 55 U-High 12 38 Canton 23 W' J-V RECORD: 6 Wins, O Losses MORTON OPPONENT SCORE 45 East Peoria 18 34 Pontiac 29 36 Lincoln 30 62 Olympia 2 46 Decatur MacArthur 21 Kneeling: jon Zobrist, Greg Schwartz, Darrell Berryman, Mark Badgerow, 52 Rantoul 12 Jeff Lagrow, jim McMullen, Brad Bry- Maurice Moushon, Brad Williamson, Tournaments: an. Middle: Chris Connor, jeff Hillard, Tony Leake, Paul Guyman, Kyle Wil- HOI Frosh-Soph Conference 2 of 10 Kevin Lynn, Bill Stieglitz, joel Morton, mert, and Coach Feely. Lee Jackson. Back: Coach Nannen, - Wrestlers G0 Un To Victory The freshman, sophomore and junior varsity wrestling squads had a combined total of 22 wins and 7 losses. All the teams had winning records coming through with an undefeated season. The freshman had a rough season this year because they did not have three heavyweights thus forfeiting 18 points every meet, But the hardworking freshman came through with their first of many successful seasons . The Sophomore team proved their worth at the Heart of Illinois Conference Tomnament where 11 wrestlers placed 4th or higher helping the team Win second place . faeesmwew ...M .wwwffws,msa'.werssr.-af M,.,,WM,.s.-M -M: fM---- :wsnw f-srfmmmnmf-s-wsmmesmmm ms-1:-ffn f e'e....w-f zf iew- -- 39 lfiflitlfl ti11t1'111 iii1111ii 1 ' 1 a W. ,- W,M,..,-V.,.....M. 'Q- llllaq Mn Q Z- J X NL.-ff Team Under new head coach Miss Marquardt, the girls slammed, spiked, and served the ball as if every game was the last they were going to play together. Dur- ing their season they won nineteen games and lost three games to Washington, but those losses and wins didn't matter as the girls looked toward the State fin- als. They made it to Super- sectional - play where their sights were cut short by Nor- mal Community High, and they were denied a chance to enter the first State Vol- leyball playoffs . ' 'They were a very emotional team who really worked well to- gether to be winners, ' ' said Coach Marquardt. 138 Volleyball Work Pays Uff Wzth Wms X K 1 Standing: Christy Yerb , Laurie jones, Beth Landes, Cheryl lrmen, Diane Driscoll, Coach Mar quardt. Kneeling: Sue agoner, Denise LeVar, Stacey Whitmore, Cindy Schafer, Cindy Schim melpfenning , Pam Murphy . VARSITY 19 WINS, 4 LOSSES If 5' 2 MORTON VS 'SCORES Canton '16-20, 20-12, 20-12 U-High - 8, 20-10 Pekin -19, 17-20, 20-16 IVC -10, 20- 9 Pontiac - 8, 20' 5 xgmmoningfo 'ig' 28,13 00 I1 " 3 " IVC 20-12, 20-14 were aaa 20 13 W "7 Q " 5 " Peoria High -20, 20-14, 20- 9 Pontiac 9 20518, 1,99-21, 20-12 Metamora ,202-12,120-11 Washington,-5 1215-19, 20- 3 Washington, laeeael giff-I-18-29, 11-20 San Jose 1 2 120-8,9 20- 6 Dee-Mack 18-20, 20-12, 21-19 Pekin - 7, 20- 9 Metamora -19, 8-20, 20- 6 East Peoria 6 2 O, 11 20- , -2 20- Normal Cozmznunity 18-20, 14-20 JUNIOR VARSITY RECORD: 7 WINS, LOSSES MORTON VS Canton U - High Pekin IVC Pontiac Canton Bloomington IVC Washington Washington - 20- scoRE 20 9, 20- 9, 20 6-20, zo 20- 9, 20 zo-15, s 20 6,2 21 20 5,2 - 0 -19,20 - o 17-20, 14 20-16, 20 22, 10- 16 17, 13- 4 20, 20- 4 11 17 20 11 Standing: Brandie Fisher, Prenda Clawitter, Beth Landes, Jennie Osbome, Kirsten Kelley, Jenni Meiner, Mrs. Key. Kneeling: Louise Milligan, Brenda Pech, Kathy Kelley, Val Quevillon, Lisa Bond. Sitting: Mary Wuthrich, jenny Kehr, DeAnn Hauter. Girls' Badminton Captures H UI Conference Title Tenth Year In A RECORD: 8 WINS, 2 LOSSES, 1 TIE MORTON OPPONENT SCORE 4 Washington 2 O Springfield High 9 5 Manual 1 3 Mason City 3 6 IVC O 4 Pontiac 3 2 Sacred Heart 4 7 Dee-Mac O 7 Normal Commtmity O 7 Dunlap 0 5 U-I-ligh 1 Senior Beth Landes K f M1 'ti J, ,PW Vg VV it ,, I!! Fourteen girls were on the Badminton team. Only two had previous experience . Coach Key really had a job ahead of her. The team did suffer their first two losses in ten years, but ' they are still undefeated in conference play. t y This year they took first in the Heart of Illi- nois Conference Badminton toumament as . they took first in every division but two. They then went on to take second place at the Dis- trict Tournament . Beth Landes represented Morton in state Bad- minton Tournament. She advanced through five consolation brackets before losing. Beth did, however, end on a high note as she ad- ' vanced further then any other girl from a down state school. Badminton 139 i1 W Standing: Coach Stuckey, Cindy Schafer, Denise LeVar, Laurie jones, jill Shinall, Beth Landes, Pat Moler, Cheryl Irmen, Sta cey Whitmore, Brenda Hufford. RECORD: 11 WINS. 7 LOSSES MORTON OPPONENT SCORE 50 Metamora 34 82 Mason City 32 31 Washington 28 42 Pontiac 38 44 Academy of Our Lady 47 49 IVC 73 53 Bloomington 57 62 Pekin 35 54 Washington 65 73 IVC 57 66 Olympia 31 68 HO1- Olympia 35 30 I-IO1 -Washington 37 47 HOI - IVC 32 47 Peoria Central 51 45 U - High 30 61 Regionals - Metamora 39 34 Regionals- Washington 36 The credit for the girls' fine basketball season of 11-7 does, of course, go to the team. There are also others who deserve special credit. Seniors Beth Landes, Cheryl lrmen, and Pat Moler, who have been on the team for four years, form the nucleus of this yea.r's squad. In doing so, the girls had a successful season ending at the Re- gionals, where they defeated Metamora and were in turn defeated by Washington, who eventually received second place in the first State tournament for girls. RECORD: 2 WINS, 6 LOSSES MORTON OPPONENT SCORE 20 Metamora 24 17 Mason City 19 31 Academy of Our Lady 34 55 WC mmm 32 Bl ' 48 P5311 on 42 gg IVC gg Ol ' 27 Peglrialugenual 54 140 Girls Basketball Girls Work To Win xiii? ,V k IM Q as Cx X N xxx . , S Q X ' K "1 . , gf- .L , ' I .srl 'f .ilgk mi 12 , -if -g ' S X f K C '-H S sf., 3, 5, is li EI? ' - v , 3, ,sg H" " 'eye .. if . ' S. gf isii Q Tx: ., ' 'S - , ,, - s..e-,S 1 - - , 'ii' C ' N' A 5 ,. 2.-if '-1 ' Q :f -'?'i'Llf-'? at 'X 1 i C M x . M I was , N- - .L 1 N...-lf' Q, , m l " 'xify if-9 MA " . K Z ,Z - - in 1 X viikxtg -2 V . D. .V A ' - M - L . 'X -"' Q ,, N : ' " t X . 1 X 3 . ' , ' A C. - , 1 -N . - W W ' ' 2-Nz ' 'F T"'f1fS'lfT'fsEif5 4iff-fx?Qzi'-iiilfsfaiif-'l' . . . 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Girls Basketball 141 Qualify For Stateg Runners Break Record Booking, trucking, running or whatever you would like to call it, is what the Varsity Track squad did best this year. They ran away with 7 victories, with their only 2 losses coming in mid season. Also scoring points for the team were those participants in the field events which were emphasized by Phil King and Bruce Koke as they qualified for state competition in pole vault and shot put, respectfully . But it was in the first part of the season that individuals on the team put their best foot forward. With an unfortunate injury incurred by Jim Crecelius, the track results faultered towards the end of the season. This was also a year for records to be broken by many members of this years ex- cellent team. RECORDS School: Moushon, Ingles, Miller, and Crecelius- 440 Relay -44.5 jim Crecelius - 220 -22.5 I-I.O.I.: Moushon, Miller, Melton, and McCanlessMile Relay-3:29.1 Pontiac: Moushon, Ingles, Klunk, and Crecelius- Varsity Sprint Medley -1:36,3 , macortoe I7 WINS, LCSSSES QMORT ON ,OPPONENT SCORE 94 47 Canton' 4 I 77 ffW:,. Meigamoraj' 64 1102 Q Canton f 38 I 85 r'.' f 56 Q65 PeoriaiCentral fr 76 50 IVCQ, f.,7' 80 85, Olyirfpia - , 55 91 Kewanee I 50 94 if e Washington gf 47 Standing: Coach Repplinger, Randy Roecker, Dave Melton, Chris Boisen, Miller, Ray Moushon, jim Crecelius, Phil King, Rob Anthony, john Acker- John Pile, BYHCG Koke, Keith KTOJ-ack, man, jeff Devore, Doug Devore, Doug Clint YO'L11'1g, Brian Erickson, Mark El- Foster, Steve Klunk, Dave Bayless, dridge, Bob Solleberger, Larry Schaffer, Larry Stevig, Kneeling: Andy Edgar, john Oney. Middle: Rich Smith,Pat Dave McCanless, Tom Shafer, Mike i 1 Getz, Phil Lockwood, Mark Stephens, Tony Ingles, Wayne Wallce, Todd Bonham, Ben Unger, and Kevin Cos- tello. I ,,,,. wa , ,,,, M, ,,,,,, 1 ,, ,,, ..,,,, A 'P ' snrn I I is a ' fi' F K , I , 4 I 4 4 . , ,, f--2 frff.,fav,m1v1fz,l2,1-f g if 2 F V I-7+ ,.,, , V V H V 3 ff--'f , j ' If -e, 4 Z ll v 5. QS'-'Qi' I -' Z rf rvrt- A ,f,, 'sssrr"n 511 'X A' ,,,, -re l! Q are- V- M 1 a t rff g"1i'efag.Lfff1' ' -ff-- in .-fr ,,--. ,rf "'L 5? mf eyrr f ' 'Is -at rr' f f Q ., rls: ' ,, 5, W .,,,,, ,,., ,, .. 1 , K ' .L X I - ' at 3 'r,s 4 fl si ,,, ,.,, g - - - 'Emi' ., at ,,,,r gy 7 or rssc S .,,,r: A , , ,rar 4 , ff I rrfr' "" ., res is 7 , V ,,, ,,,, 142 Va"5'tY Track M I r "rrr A f ,.., ' ,,,,..:.,,.n,,ww A, , , . ' , Y ,,M,,,,,,,,,,.,w.,v lo ,.unL.:"'k..-A ' r 1 Q Kneeling: Ben Unger, Dave Duchardt, Pat Roecker, Kyle Karnes, jason Fox, Ackerman, Tony Allen, Brian Erickson, Steve Stuckey, Kim Lebaube, Joe Kel- Dave McCanless, Tom Schafer, Dana jeff DeVore, Mike lngold, Bill Stoetzel, ly, Jeff Luttrell, Roger Eason, Gordon Amett, Wayne Wallace, Steve Krolack, Stuart Kernn, Brady Reddish, Bob Bagby, john Ingles, Brad Miesner, Mike jim Sholtis, Doug Riddle, Larry Hart- Doane, Mike McGowan, George Tay- johnson, Mike Shadix, Scott Bm-gner, man, Larry Shay. Standing: Coach lor, and Coach Smith. Mark Stephens, Kevin Costello. Mid- Repplinger, Dave Melton, Curt Carius, dle: Phil Lockwood, Maurice Moushon, Steve Springer, Rob Anthony, john First Place Reflects Good Season u , ' K "" 'f X fl , g , .,, f -e 72 aly, L . 2 L W . Qt 4 ' llrl llrrll rrnl 1 i K' X K X, X X: Q aa.a q . N 'P'-sv 'ell rrrr aaal rlrr The Freshman and Frosh-Soph track squads worked hard during the season. Many from both squads competed on the Varsitg level as well as their own. They had a com ined re- cord of 8-3 with the Freshman squad going undefeated dining the season. Both squads proved their worth as the Frosh-Soph squad placed first in the Heart of Illinois Frosh-Soph Conference , and the Freshman took first at the Morton Freshman Invitational. They had an undeniably good season! 52 F-S Track 143 Mn up ag M 144 Track A :I ' pr Wit, M-at EM . ,W ia 'rv Q my Z, h' 5 ' A' N " ' , f ' ,.,,2 ' - H , , , L .V,V W V -wLiI, A .M . ff ir, ., Y "' , W. , fy? V ,pf ml A " ' M- . . - ,L ,, wi V me I 4 f 'H ' . if Im lik l Y 'Ov 1 ' gi ' , ! W m' dv ,KJ Wynn aff, . L , lj I ,QV if ', .Q Q J 'Q W ,W ?f.wr5 I 1 2 vf?L'i" ,www 1-10? f1?13i1" gn, 1 1 Y 4 ,f E, vggiwfa LL- V lir ' 'W ff, 5 M ,f , ' kia - ' E53 3 . ,QK ., i A1 "1 W, ' ,. V 1-, H' , W - 1 'g 432413 Standing: Coach Skowronski, Tim Witzig, Kyle Christiansen, John Gibson, Alan Con- nor. Kneeling: Tim Clark, Steve Gunter, Paul johnson, Mark Getz. RECORD: 17 WINS. 4 LOSSES MORTON OPPONENT SCORE 3 Galesburg 6 8 Woodruff 1 9 Spalding O 9 Washington 0 1 Richwoods 8 8 Pekin 1 9 Limestone 0 2 Richwoods 7 2 U-High 7 9 Woodruff 0 9 Canton O 9 Washington 0 7 Streator 2 1 Bloomington 8 9 Spalding O 9 Havana 0 9 Canton 0 7 St. Bede 2 9 Havana O 9 Manual 0 7 Peoria Central 2 7 Pekin 2 JUNIOR VARSITY RECORD: 2 WINS, O LOSSES SOPHOMORE RECORD: 4 WINS, O LOSSES FRESHMAN RECORD: 4 WINS, 1 LOSS New Coach Has Few Worries, Sends Seniors To State Mr. Rick Skowronski, the fourth head coach in five years, probably didn't know what to expect from this year's termis squad. He really didn't have to worry, be- cause the seniors on the team worked hard to keep the team in line . Their work paid off, especially for two seniors, co- cap- tains Tim Witzig and Kyle Christiansen, who reached the S tate finals. They also had an excellent season that started off slow for the squad but ended on a high note of a nine game winning streak as they fin- ished with a 17-5 season. 'Xx Above: Standing: Coach Skowronski, Mitch Marine, Mike McCafferty, Glen Rinker. Kneeling: Dave jones, jeff Gib- son, Rick Lacy. Standing: Left: Coach Skowronski, Dale Ireland, Brett Thomp- son, Jim Goettsch. Kneeling: Ted Clark, Lee jackson, Tim Knabe . Boys Tennls 145 Front Row: joel Grimm, Tracy Grimm, Bob Brown, Mark Eichelberger, Frank Kobylanski, Todd Stegmaier, jeff Myer, Bruce Kodatt, Bill Engberg, joe Grant, Todd Grimm. Back Row: Manager jeff Smith, Roger Rue, Dave Kraft, Steve Kindred, Mark Deterding, Coach Mike McDonald, Brett Pullins, Kevin Johnson, Greg Garrison, Gary Martinie, Manager Steve Poirot. Varsity Baseball Finishes With 500 Season Going into a slump at the beginning of the season, chances for this year's baseball team looked pretty grim. with a lot of work from the team and em- ploying some new pitchers , the team was able to overcome that slump as they won ll of 12 midsea- son games. They began with a loss and ended with one, but working hard they finished the season at .500. RECORD: 14 14 LOSSES NSORTON 6PPoNEN'r scoag Peoria Central ' ' 11 . ., GhW00dS A , woods - 15 'QQ Y , 6 6 0 4 0 ' E V, Linasgstone 5 7 G2iQsE,I4i81ls 01 5 A "f'i fff ' ag K 1 -1-A ffi'- ' f gf ikk-: il: Peoria I My 8 101 ' Metamora O B ympia Oi s.ii IVC , 7 S9 QU i s.:,,tr Central Catholic . Cantcmr ciit ' - i K G K K 2 ii G i 's-i,i V- Washington 3 ii'siisii 5 B Eurelia 4 i 1 5 I s ffff H 14 2 t s 12 12 'iivfetamora S 1 t Bergan 9 146 Varsity Baseball - . .H , i ff I fiflfff' ' ' , ,- , W . f .fm wars V. f S , ,y ri H3 - , . 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Back: Coach Oettle, Brett Hatch, jeff Hil- liard, jay Schertz, Tom Giebelhausen, Rick Schwarzentraub, Paul Thorson, Dan Mueller, Tony Leake, Dave Kindred, Tom Anderson, Brian Moser, Mike Smith, I t 's Called Teamwork The sophomore baseball squad didn't really have an outstanding season this year as they only won seven of their eighteen games. But it was noted by Coach Oettle that by the end of the season the team pulled together in their final game going nine innings be- fore finally defeating Canton 2 to 1. The pitching staff also put in an excellent effort this year. Dur- ing the Canton game three pitchers worked together to keep the one run that Canton scored to on the re- cord books as unearned. Kneeling: Kevin Smith, Dean Penovich, Jeff Lagrow, Dan Ihnow, Greg Schwartz, Dave Myers, Jay Dawson, Bob Drake, jim Oliver, Mike Zobrist. Not pictured: Chris Danielson, Mike Dryden. The freshmen this year began their season slow but turned their beginning season slump around by win- ning six of their last eight games. They finished above .500 for the season. This years team really pulled together as a team after the first three games. 148 Base ba" RECORD: 7 WINS, 11 LOSSES MORTON OPPONENT SCORE O IVC 2 O East Peoria 4 5 Metamora 2 3 Pekin 5 2 Clinton 5 1 1 Clinton 1 3 5 Washington 9 15 East Peoria 8 3 Metamora 4 12 Olympia O 12 Olympia 10 1 IVC 1 1 12 Pekin 8 1 Canton 4 0 Washington 8 2 Limestone 1 0 Spalding 3 2 Canton 1 - 's-. . RECORD 6 WINS, 5 LOSSES MORTON OPPONENT SCORE 2 East Peoria 12 5 East Peoria 9 4 Pekin 5 6 Peoria Heights 5 8 Spalding 5 6 IVC 5 10 IVC 11 11 Metamora 6 10 Metamora 8 0 Limestone 6 5 Canton 4 up ix' 5 fsf f ' , ' . VV , , , f. 1. ik KK K KK I f"' 15 ,, J... ,. 3 , - Kizii 3 . T' 1 K AK K f-iff' ,,K1u.1K K K K Ay . , V W, P' 1- . I' 1 " " V 7 'Y , il 1 .". ,. . '1 v'?A"" g d V fi Fl 4KK . KK, 'K .Q"9' A F. 1.4-Qmfv... 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They won 7 of their 12 games getting into the regional play- off, but losing to Pekin. They were nice as angels, but when they got on the field you had better watch out. - F wmv X RECORD 7 WINS . 5 LOSSES . - - Q MORTON OPPONENT SCORE V ,Aa Nj E gianton 8 ' etamora 7 Pdgk 9 . , 6 Washington 3 ' 4 4 5 7 Metamora 15 A 13 Washington "- 4 Peoria Central 6 i QE 11 Spalding 7 3 27 Tremont 1 14 Pekin 3 13 Normal 10 19 Clinton 2 5 Pekin 6 150 Softball Bo 'H gi . 1 fx- ,,.' . ' '."7, '-335f M"5+f-9' Q o - 'K 7 Q ." .x , 71,792 7 1 s .Nr ,r,,,E V f V Y 2 ,, ,S :fl . It I ' iv I' ,,. ' ' 6 P ng gt wyf 7 3 ' Wm We N b S457 , '1'3i sQ it Q, we wwf 32.33 wr' fwfig' ff wwf 3' FQ E 531 ,iff iff-1 pie, f A wp 21 il-gy NH' 5- A 1 ' hm 5 f' ' L. f . Qglxi .ff 3,8 '51 if ff 5: v rj ' ,' .b 3? PI 1 p if . -'vwhi' f f: 33,5,,:M zfff '4E'?18i'.Q T w - A ,z,k ,. 1 s .J ,F .f .f "fi ' gay 1 'f!q3gir'.f ' X -8 'Nm F w ,Q f L . 'C 1 ,pm 'QW HH in s. jp, 3 'Q' K? 36 tv Rx ! rx 'fy M! ,f O 4 i I 9 Orgamzatzons N I km if' , V I ,Aff ,, ri ,Qi A i 2+ 4 PT W it M- Clu b Buys 1 L , . B A . I ,wi 4 K i s lquk. ,V L . .. Coke M achme i t For Athletes When an athlete earns a varsity letter, he soon finds out that he has become a mem- ber of an elite group, M-Club. This year the club sponsored a great service for athletes, a coke machine in the coach's lockerroom for their exclusive use. "'W"Nm QV' QE! gi 13,24 V S. 11,4-my -4? Yaigiyg vb in F2 a Q Qkr A lhls - h s V Llisl 3 if 2--.rp Q A llvev ,Q f - L C y lsel to ,ttt 'e"Y . Row 1: Gordon Foster, seargant of arms, Rob Anthony, Scott Witzig. Row 3: Bruce Houle, Bruce Kodatt, Tim Bob Miller, seargant of arms, Mark Keith Krolak, John Ackerman, Wiflig, Phil Fort, Michael Cooper, Muzzarelli, vice-president, Steve Kind- Michael Getz, Tom Woerner, Jeff Bruce Koke, Ben Unger, Scott red, secretary-treasurer, Chuck Breniz, Myers, Kyle Christiansen, Greg Stover, Bob Foster. president. Row 2: Alan Heth, Dave Strauss, Randy Miller, Mark Getz. McCan1ess, Jeff Gibson, Dave Melton Row 4: Phil King, Andy Edgar, ' 156 M-CLUB Pep Club Conquers The Blahs Wzth S ' 't Some days no one feels like cheering. To counter that feeling Pep Club members create signs, sponsor and participate in assemblies, and attend every possible game to help build spirit. During Homecoming celebrations, mem bers worked many hours to construct Dis- ney character heads, which represented various members of the football team. The club also made individual signs for players urging them to smash their oppositions. Kneeling: Stacey Schild, president, Susan Pennington, vice-president, Jackie Getz, secretary-treasurer, Ruth Rapp, committee coordinator, Miss Patti Seib, advisor. Row 1: Linda Opperman, Nancy Hamilton, Kathy Miller, Lora Gillan, Kathy Olinger, Lisa jackson, Jody juricic, Angela Swan, Lori Rue, Chery Dex- heimer, Dottie Henning, Kathy Dollinger, Diane Leuelling. Row 2: Marci Cunningham, Carla Penning- ton, Krista Bollegar, Darci Cunning- ham, Marta Lucas, Shari Keller, Vicld Henning, julie Behnke, Janet Oedewaldt, DeDe Foore, Laura Stuckey, Cheryl Klunk, Arlene Johnson, Julie Dirst, Carole Dexheimer, Sue Stuckey, Jennifer Stieglitz. Row 3: jenny Roecker, Debbie Brecher, Jill Houle, Barb McDonald, Sue Barger, Carrie Forbes, Nancy Williamson, Wendy Ramler, Cindy Dexheimer, Lori Brenl-cman, Lisa Brentz, Brenda Pech, Jo Ellen Crumrine, Sally Stuber, Joan Tobias. Row 4: Carol Dresden, Julie Wallace, Bruce Koke, Paul Tesdall, Mark Muzzarelli, Bruce Houle, Bill Davis, Barry Rapp, Kevin Curry, Melanie Aleshire, Sandy Widmer, Kim Vollertsen and Debbie Spears. HERO Wins lionors, Fights Birth Defects HERO fHealth and Home Eco- nomics Related Occupationsj members participated in a 3B com- petition at Illini Bluffs High School, in which individuals won ratings for their projects. Morton chapter brought back six first places and one second. Later in the year, members presented their version of the nationally known program, "Wanted Healthy Babies, " in conjunction with the March of Dimes. The presentation which offered logical solu1ion to birth defects, was given to both gym and health classes. sw Row 1: Lori Apperle, secretary, Kim Strunk, . treasurer Kris Fahlberg vice-president Mary Lon Auppefle' Hero Secretary' was Volle iesident Carolyn Webber, Brexida elected as vice-president for the ' P . ' . . district to which the Morton club is Rhofies' Klm Rentfro' Vlckl Kanpp' Wendy associated. Davison. Row 2: Mrs. Faye Walker, advisor, , I I . In , .,., s V, . , if ig Yvonne Hansen, Libby Paton, Debbie Lee, A Sherry Funk, Cindi Schimmelpfenning, Chris Hirstein, Donna Heffel. Not pictured: Laura Kolb Row 1: Mrs. Whitsitt, co-ordinatorg Ja- net Tobias, reporter and historian, Fred Nepolello, treasurer, Kim Williamson, secretary, Carla Keefauver, vice-pres'i- dent, Daetta Yeargain, president. Row 2: Vicki Dimon, Debbie Chance, Kathy Felker, Stephanie Anderson, Carol Whitfield, Lee Ann Bauman, Diana 158 Hsao, ot Gardner, Donna Simpson, Toni Behme, Bonnie Parcel. Row 3: Cindy Smith, Craig Stradley, Tom Martin, Betty Steffan, Francie Osborne, Curt Huette, Valerie Klunk, Chery Park, Nancy Koehler, Kathy Carroll, Stephanie Luddle, and Terry Dial. UEA Holds Show Working and attending school are only part of the OEA members' activities. Dur- ing Christmas members sponsored two hours of cartoon entertainment for young children, at the Morton Cinema. To raise money for conventions, mem- bers sold candles and permanent metal social security cards. W t 6 6 . Conferences Help FBLA With Goals FBLA fFuture Business Leaders of Americaj members, in addition to regular club activities, attend various conferences. In the fall mem- bers participated in the North Central Leadership Conference in Springfield. Members attended training workshops aimed at helping them achieve bus- iness goals. Six members represented Morton at the State Leadership Con- ference at Springfield in the spring. Members are: Row 1: Jenny Os- borne, Twila Phillips, Brenda Taf- far, Regina Daniel, Dottie Henning, Mrs. Fugitt, advisor. Row 2: Cheryl Wells, reporter, Tina Spence, sec- retary, Lee Ann Pittenger, treasurer, Francie Osborne, vice-president, and Vicki Dimon, president. l Experience For C0-0 p Students X Co-op offered on-the-job experience 1 :o 28 seniors interested in careers in the field of industrial occupations. The main objective of this organization is to provide its members with the opportunity to gain valuable business experience in addition to the chance to receive class credit for their work. Row 1: Rick Coyne, Duffy Forbes, Tom Zimmerman, Steve Smith, Mr. Strunk, advisor. Row 2: Greg Elam, Dave Mahrt, Longdon, Randy Belsley, Pat Quevillon, Jim Irmen, Mike Stephens, Gary Wynd, Greg Drummond, Row 3: Rick Pfanz, Kurt Baum, Dave Saleizki, john Ivey, Scott Arbuckle, Paul Tesdall, Randy Bowen, Doug Rutledge, Gene Hatch, Daryle Austin, Darrell Moore, Ray Moushon. FBLA, om 159 Student Council Works To Revise Handbook Student Council is responsible for voicing the opinion of the student body to the administration. Members gain political experience by expressing their own ideas to the students during class elections and at assemblies. During the past year Student Council has sponsored various dances and assemb- lies. In the fall, they also held a can food drive . Second semester the Student Policy Revision Advisory Committee, one of three student Council groups, worked to make the MHS handbook "more com- plete" and easier to use. Members of Student Council Exec- utive Board are: Kathy Carter, second semester treasurer, Steve Thompson, first semester treasurer, Mr. Bruell ad- visor, Cyndi Cron, secretary, Mr. Hoot- man, advisor, Kyle Christiansen, vice- presidentg and Tim Witzig, president. 3 F Row 1: Desma Davis, Lori Scifres, Deb- bie Lee, Paul Tesdall, Patti Chismark, Stacey Schild, Brenda Hufford, Christy Yordy, Janine Stout, Lora Gillan, Jo- anne Kirk, Daryl Beeler. Row 2: Jim we Oliver, Sylvie Chevalier, Todd Ar- Margaret Smith, Trish Taylor, Steve buckle, Lynn Krolak, Nancy Koehler, Henriksen, Terri Stevens, Dwight Swift, Valerie Klunk, Mary Draeger, Kathy Carol Dresden, Louise Milligan, Denise Bugaieski, Cathy Smith, Kathy Kelly. Flynn. Row 3: Lee Jackson, Mark Usiak, mm fyww 4 1: m"":- ... f:""'V : ,.. . 3' --,, ., ,,,, , , Q... ,W .W .W . ., N MN., 5 HM, ! ...,., ,,... Y,- ..-N 1 ' -.- gd' if is sf ul' . 5 gfififiii Z3 f 9 2 , N div V X Y x 2 4 ? L ,V is A v Q Checking f Books- An Hou,r's Work For Student Librarians Student librarians assist the main librarians in many ways. They help students check out books and gather in- formation, notify students of overdue books, and reuirn books to their proper place. In doing this work, they gain Val- uable experience for a possible , , First semester student librarians---Seated: Katana Meierhans, Lu.Ann Grimm, Tam C3-reel' 3-5 3- 1-lbra-I'1an'01' mere' Cindy Shay, Sharon Storck, Kathy Gard- my Garber, Cindy Laney, Jacque Mathe ly prefer the library to another ner, Kim Musgrave, Cathy Smith. Back: ney. hour in a Study hall or Student Mike Anthony, Julie Zehr, Angie Mahrt, CSI1lIeI'. Second semester student librarians--- Hunsley, Katana Meierhans, Angie Kneeling: Darin Redhead, Denise Mahrt. Standing: Laura Tripp, Lou Ann Smith, Janet I-Iuette, Sandy Crutch- Grimm, Bill Brown, Greg Seibold, Lori field, Michelle Still. Seated: Cindy Siebold, Kim Musgrave. Laney, Lori Holland, Mary Gay, Shelly 162 Student librarians ' x How To Use The Card Camfgg J This is a catalog ofboolcsm tfwflb' y f if ,. aiphabzticaily by author, mi' , 3 Elimi- A, ASP 485 4 , ia my g ,yay Q6- lww is Row 1: Teresa Urish, Teresa Pech, Shelly Dufelmeier, Kim Rentfro, Judy Hepp, Donna Tankersley. Row 2: Diana Bowers, joan Tobias, Christy Yordy, Ei I 5,-1. if' ww-fn--:K ... -,. --"'-1 Q g , ,I 7 ,iff 5 ZW ' f"Ll1f"""'i 4 Marcee Coddington, Brenda Rhodes, Jill George, Missy Krantz, Kathy Kelley, Ashworth, janet Huette, Brenda Pech, Debbie Steffan, Denise Flynn, Teri Kim Beckham. Row 3: Linda Opperman, Gingerich, Cindy Pond. Barb Peulausk, Carol Dresden, Cathy ME 4' 9 'Uhr Hall Runners D0 services personnel and deliver detention slips to students. The runners also carry mes- sages from teacher to teacher. f if xfaf i .-""" 1 ,wk - si- ang , X 4 g nunuam i B v NWN More Than Run f e hall runners, though gy, 77, Q ,J often forgntten, have many re- Q7 245 l .QQ sponsibilities. They collect ab- 4 f J fx AO J sentee slips, assist student - 'Q It JJ' , 9,2 Cjfj, -2 , J ,f A. Hall Runners 163 164 Science Club The Formula Makes The MHS Scientist The formula for becoming a Science Club member is: element 1: an inquiring mind element 2: an interest in scientific endeavor element 3: a desire to have fun as well as learn. Combine Well and shake. Simmer over a Bunsen burner at 98. 6 degrees for three hours as you ride a bus to the Chicago Museum of Science and lndustry. Now open and you have a finish- ed product: a Science Club mem- ber! Kneeling: Erik Opperman, presidentg Lynne Krolak, vice-president: Denise Wenndt, secretary-treasurer. Row 1: Sue Culbertson, Dawn Roberson, Sue Reed, Lori Colclasure, Darah Penry, Jill Ligon, Karen LaGrow, Becky Atteberry, Terri Bretag, Pam Ricketts, Kathy Carter. Row 2: Linda Hipple, Elsie Kolb, Nancy 1 2 E r Schure, Bonnie Stinson, Scott Johnson, 4 Brian Murphy, Allen Penry, Kevin Curry, Keith Krolak, Paul Tesdall, Stev Kindred, Andy Edgar, Mark Muzzarelli, Tom Woerner, Paul johnson, Ben Unger, Kendall Beckwith. or I X if if ff ,J ' if? 2' L. Q' . L - 4 Q kia?-I "'- Zip' x k 1 " ww Gym Helpers r Aid P.E. Teachers Mfg 2' 2 as f y X In place of study halls or student centers, some girls volunteer to be gym helpers. 4 llll' 'l'll Checking people in and out of the locker room is the main job of these helpers. Other duties include answering the phone, small typing jobs and running errands. Helpers are: Anne Smith, JoDee Kuhl, jill Shinall, Lisa Drummond, Amy Novel, and Denise Troester. , fd wi., + Aly, gf ,H tiff... ...... 'Y 3 i aj Row 1: Carolyn Webber, Monica Linder, Kathy Olinger, Becky Diemer, Lauri jones, Beth Werder. Row 2: Debbie Ackerman, Cheri jones, Kaylene Kaufman, Kathy Domnick, Ruth Goggins, Amy Ferko, Margaret Smith, Barb Zimmerman, Jay Getz. Row 3: Cindy Smith, Cathy Messel, Sherry Musgrave, Nancy Kindred, Kathy Carter, Sue Welsh, Michele Farwell, Kris Fahlberg, Patti Chismark, Kim Strunk, Tom Quevillon, Kerwin Hickey, john Heth. Row 4: Peggy Hasenyager, Andy Edgar, Kevin Curry, Bruce Houle, Gary Martlnie, Steve Kindred, Chuck Brentz, Ben Pflederer, Larry Stevig, Richard Myers, Mark Gen, Eric Opperman, Keith Foster, and Tim Gingerich. Grades Rewarded Hard work and serious SL11- rg dying do not go unnoticed. Those fit students earning at least a 93 P average for three consecutive 1 semesters are eligible for mem- ' bership in the National Honor ., Q ' A Society P. E. Assistants, National Honor Soci ety 165 Industrial Arts Gives Students More Ttme For Projects When studen13 needed a little more time to work on projects, the Industrial Arts Club was formed. This club meets once a month, at which time either electronics, graphic arts, automotive, woods, drafting or metals is open for their use. In addition to the use of var- ious shops, students also go on field trips which pertain to their interests. 'li X 5955 Kneeling: Nancy Widmer, secretaryg Chuck Rinkenberger, president, Bob Drake. Row 1: Tom Sommer, Pete Cali, Bill Wagoner, Ted Clark, jeff 166 Industrial Arts Club 'T' Na,,. Luttrell, Rick Embury, Craig Alexan- buckle, Wayne Wallace, jim Oliver, der, Mr. Heinold, advisor. Row 2: Row 3: Bret Hatch, Kirk Moser, Tim Brad Braker, Mike Cloyes, Charlie Shively, Rusty Bensel, Bob Engberg, Hatch, Curt Keefauver, Todd Ar- Tammy Michael. Mr. Lindley, advisor, Darrell Moore, Presi- dentg Ed Glaser, Secretary, Debbie Ackerman, Chapter Sweetheartg Brent Yordy, treasurerg FFA tries to show its members a realistic View of the job opportuni- ties available in agriculture. The members attend conventions that pertain to their interests and com- pete in contest. During their auc- tion, i13l500 was raised for the lo- cal chapter. Kevin Curry, Vice-presidentg Dale Mooberry, reporter. as ' ,. s w-W A 0, kk 'I A 0 A s 4 - ' W 5 S at , 'A . egfvf . L . 3 fx -L Y ' li 'U' X ' . Q "i fr , I , , Y . -. 1' 5 Q A ' 1 A E s FFA Raises 51500 In Slave Auction Williamson and jim Ackerman. Row 3: Brent Yordy, jon Rocke, Phil King, Darrell Moore, Dale Mooberry and John Ackerman. Seated: Pat Quevillion, Debbie Acker- man, Doug Gingerich, Steve Stuckey and jeff Springer. Row 2: Kevin Curry, Dan King, Ed Glaser, Kathy Schmitt, Tim FFA 167 Kneeling: Denise LeVar, Christy Yerby, Jean Hunziker, Terri Stevens, Sue Wagoner. Back: Amy Novel, Beth Landes, Pat Moler, Prenda Clawitter, Lauri Jones, Jenny Belsley, and Cindy Schafer. 453 Kneeling: Teresa Oldham, Sue Oldham, Julie Mills, Rose Kruzich, Jeri Uphoff, Lisa Brentz, Amy Ackerman, Jill I-Ioule, Tammy Garber, Cindi Schieber, Jeri Kaufman, Jeannette Smiekovski. Row 2: Denise Troester, Jody Juricic, Christy Powley, Mary Wuthrich, Jacque Mathen ey, Carrie Morgan, Jana Burkley, Julie Behnke, Amy Burton, Janet Huette, Lori Stollenwerk, Sue Robertson, Crystal Close, Lori Brenkman, Stacy Diemer, Brenda -4-fs in ,. . . - 5 Row 1: Brenda Hufford, Sue Culberison, Dawn Roberson, Jody Ackerman, Lisa Aupperle, Tonya Eicken, Sue Johnson, Pam Koehler, Theresa Korn, Christy Yerby, Donna Roberson, Dawn Lope- man, ,Sue Lee, Jenny Kehr. Row 2: Tina Salter, Cheryl Rolfe, Donna Rein, Lori Burgener, Terri Stevens, Teresa Pech, Linda Opperman, Cheryl Klunk, Carla Pennington, DeDe Foore, Dana I-Ioxie, Karen Owens, Nancy Her- mann, Kathy Emmons, Becky Atteberry, Cindy Schafer. Row 4: Lauri Jones, Carolyn Spanier, Melanie Sayers, Sue Rhonda Oestmann, Becky Malinowski, Wagoner. Row 3: Brenda Schure, Bonnie Jackie Getz, Sue Pennington, Denise Stinson, Kim Apke, Kim Beckham, Kathy Domnick, Julie Wallace, Sandy Widmer, Kim Vollertsen, Nancy Ham- ilton, Becky Welk, -Melanie Aleshire, Denise Flynn, Melissa Masinelli, Cindy Carter, Karen LaGrow, Lori Mayer, Jean Hunziker, Kathleen Shisler, Cari Anderson, Sheila Welch, Wenndt, Nancy Taylor, Margaret Cain, Carol Olsen, Beth Werder, Yvonne Beeler, Sara Van Etten, Mary Schmitt, Barb Hauter, Jenny Belsley, Mary Wallenfelsz, Prenda Clawitter, Amy Novel, Denise LeVar, Jenny Osborne. Getz, Angela Swan, Kim Rhoads, Sylvie Chevalier. Row 3: Diane Driscoll, Cheryl Irman, Twila Phillips, Pat Moler, Beth Landes, De Ann Hauter, Cindy Dexheimer, Kim Seltveit, Kathy Bugaieski, Kathy Vinson, Ann Smith, Val Quevillon, Caro- lyn Roecker, Patty Korn, Shellie Hunsley, Lu Ann Grimm, Lori Sherman, Cindy Gunter, Yvette Boone, Stacy Schillie, Debbie Suckerman, Gina Ghelardini, Alica Gransky, Karin Henriks. Row 4: Treva McDougal, Louise Milligan, Jennie Meiner, Julie Crumrine, Debbie Binkele, Barb McDonald, Carrie Forbes, Kerry Clark, Nancy Williamson, Sue Barger, Kim Ragland, Lori Rue, Sue Martin, Tracy Tarbuck, ,Io Dee Kuhl, Beth McLaughlin, Christa Eldridge, Charlotte Schroeder, Cathy Smith, Sue Noyes, Chery Dexheimer, Brenda Pech, Tammy Brunton, Lisa Han- gartner, Wendy Ramler. Row 5: Cheryl Thomas, Melissa Silver, Brenda Loercher, Molly Murphy, Kerrie Kirby, Kathe Heiser, Mary Moore, Kim Weller, Jena Hickey, Carrie Jordan, laura Marine, Pam Murphy, janet Brunner, Claire Eldridge, Alliena Post, Lori Bond, Heather Getz, Lori Birdwell, Carolyn Heffernan, Kay Sanders, Chris Tucker, Carolyn Rust, Cindy Bump, Sally McGuire, Lori Gramm, Debbie Spears and Brandie Fisher. i i GAA Raises Money For Dystrophy AP: As a fund-raising activity, GAA sponsored a bake sale to earn money for Muscular Dys- trophy. The GAA organization was recognized in the Shamrocks against Dystrophy Honor Society for their past years of con- tribudons. Their annual dance, Turn- about, was a great success, and Kneeling: Christy Yerby, treasurer, advisor, Denise LeVar, secretary, Pam Murphy, freshman representative, Yvonne Beeler, vice-president, Pat other annual activiiies included Daddy Date Night and the GAA slumber party. In addition to these activ- ities, GAA members participated Sue Wagoner, sophomore representa- Moler, senior representative, Beth twice Weekly in their Chgice of tive, Pam Koehler, bowling head, Landes, president, Lauri Jones, points SPG,-15: Softball, gy-rnnastics, Sara Van Etten, junior represent- secretary, and Sandy Widmer, sopho- basketball, badminton or vouey.. ative. Row 2: Mrs. Carol Stuckey, more representative. ball, GAA Officers 169 Staff Wins Awards For Paper, Writers The Philosopher staff is: AJ A group of "deep think- ers' BJ Students writing for the school news papers C1 A bunch of dodos DJ All of the above EJ B and C FJ None of the above Who is the Philosopher Staff? Each week the Philosopher staff, the students in jouralism class, write, and design the news pages, Philosopher and Potter Pride, which are pub- lished in the Tazwell News. In addition to the school paper, the staff also designs the liter- ary page Pot PoLu'ri. In compe- tition this year the staff re- ceived a first place award for its newspaper and a third place award for best ' ' . I16WSVVI'1t1I1g ?1 Row 1: jim Sublette, Mike Risinger, Yvonne Beeler, Anna Zulse. Row 2: Debbie Newell, janet Bell, Doug DeVore, Greg Romesburg, Cecelia Klawer, Kim Kessling, Jim Davis, Row 3: Bill Engberg, jo Ellen Crumrine, Les Davis, Lee McHenry, Andy Payne, Bob Sollberger, Mike Dierks. Row 4: Jill Shinall, Steve Kaiser, Doug Foster, Brett Pullins, Tim Shively, Gary Redhead. fm V ,,.. ,,..,, , s 5 ll. H N E lv' rVV,V . t I ..... i"V z iff'-T3.i' . IV ' .,.,..., lT1li"i,i ' I Seated: Miss Maurer, advisor, Kathy Carter, Erik Opperman, Bill Martin, Steve Butts. Row 2: Amy Novel, Holly Usiak, jan McDonald, Marti Wilmert, Doug Tarr, Bonnie Stinson. Row 3: Bob Paton, john Pile, Anna Kerrn, Tony Ondrey, and Greg Strauss. Not Pictured: Mitch Lambdin. 7 ' -P X' N it 92 AQ Wien! 170 Philosopher ix, r i in g ty 5 Quill di Scroll Honors I if D D Publication Students .x-X' Genuine effort and originality do not go totally ignored at Ml-IS. Quill and Scroll, an i international honor society for high school journalists, presents memberships and honorary s certificates to those students showing talent in S31 journalism either through work done for the - s school paper or work on the school yearbook. f 1 49' 4. J' 'N f , , fiat , 4 I I 1 V A E 1 x K I, 1 I, I L 5 if "K, L , Y ' f .4 ' , 2 1 iff VX, N-L! A fg- , I iw ...Ji " ' is ff, , ff ,gnu Q W o so V I f: ,,.,,.A V ,F . 3 . ' s L Above: Initiants are Manfred Uhlig, Kathy Carter, Erik Opperman, Emanuele Marano, pfig ,lp Mary Draeger, Kathy Gingerich, Melissa Bolam. . Below: Honorary certificates were presented to jay Milligan, Darla Sutter, Diane Poirot, ffm Brenda Ge11, Mike Gardner, Cindy Bump, Doug Tarr, Lori Mattson and Tony Ondrey. , Q X 4 'I 5 k Quill 84 Scroll 171 72 ,, ,, .-ff-15 -MA R. Z .M UQ, V , 4' W.W,h rx, 1 r ffffifn 3 ez. .,,., 'mm 1 Y 9 V. A.. L, m so f X na. Cauldron Ad Staff: Kevin Costello, Cheryl Klunk, Linda Opperman, Mark Usiak 2 isle N W, , r.. 3 Second Semester Student Council Members- at-Large: Front: Sheila Welch, Kim Vollertsen, Robin Walton. Back: joan Tobias, Kevin Curry, Kurt Carius, Bruce Schoenbein. 'Pl' Q, If 15 .wx wg: 1 -wc Jw ' I U 1 f gf' , A My Aa ollg th. xi an Q tit , 1-4- fa if ., , :ggi ii 3, 54.1 iayn fx L I W ,J A V , V may ' ,r 'uf ' 1' .' 'npr 5 1L.LQ fw- wvammwmmww- -fff ww -ffzfflmmi 'ww f . , , ",',' 0 ,J L M ..,, T ' 1 I 1 ? 1 2,1 5 91 Makers ""', fbi " Change Mind ' About ' New Schedule Rules and policy must come from somewhere, and that some- where is the School Board, known as the Board of Education. The seven members elected to the P' Board are responsible for approv r--N ing changes for Morton School District 709. This year, however, the Board reversed its original de C ' 5' cision. MHS will continue a seven Seated: Mrs. JoAnn Kraft, Mr. Ken Getz, Mr. Elmer King, Mr. Fred Roecker. Standing Mr hour day for the 77-78 school year. James Davis, Mr. Wayne Sampson, and Dr. David Lott. -1 1 Wayne Newlin, Superintendent of District 709 2 Joe Witzig, Assistant Superintendent of business and personnel 3 Dr. Wayne Sutter, Assistant Superintendent for instruction 176 Board of Education, Superintendants al Principal: Mr. Ron Patterson EH 'cf ' L- -:f- . Assistant Principal: Mr. T. I. Whitsitt I p U, I garnish-ol I gun-mu ""-wwv-. in Duties Vary For Administration The principal and the assistant principal have a variety of jobs to perform: some easy, some difficult. Among their many duties are: receiving trophies won by the MHS teams, giving information to the faculty, making appointments, and that annual pose for the yearbook. Adminstration 177 White Slip: The Deanls Calling Card Mr. Tom Murphy, dean of boys, reads over a referral he has received. If you've ever received a white slip of paper during class, you've known that that is a personal invitation to see either Mr. Tom Murphy, Dean of boys or Mrs. Judith Corey, Dean of girls. Whatever the results of the visit-- be it to issue a detention or to clear up an absence or to discuss a discipline problem--the major role of the deans is to keep order in the school. 178 De ans "in- fif, 'i GX ' NU-,N '4-40119 I N-X Mrs. Judith Corey, dean of girls, double checks the list of unexcused and suspended students before it is released. Counselors: Good Advice At Low Price Besides providing good ad- vice, the counselors keep busy by contacting college repre- sentatives, locating current in- formation on college qualifica- tions, filling out records, and helping students with class sch- edules. Although often taken for granted, the counselors are a necessary part of the student's school life. Couselors 179 Reading, Writing Terror, Shock, Fun 180 English MTS- Ruth C' Roth BunneyAmdor Mrs. Doris Blair B-A Eureka College B.s. ISU B.A. Carthage cenege M. A. Bradley Univer- M. S. U of I sity Linda Wood B. S. Ed. Uofl Chuck Pierce B.A. Bradley Univer- sity M. A. Bradley Univer- An English Ex perienee: sity -wwf 1 M We' tip- if F44 in 71' if e - ' XL 7, Mrs. Linda Coon B.A. Eureka College Edith E. Evans B. S. U of Wisconsin at LaCrosse W'hat's more terrifying than giving ones first speech While the person in the front row is trying to crack jokes? What's more shocking than discover- ing that three -page bookreport was due today and not tomorrow? Whal:'s funnier than a teacher's face when an unlucky student uses "ain't"? English offers both students and teachers these and many other experiences and emotions. Y 'V .V ..-M " . ..-"' 1 Mrs Dawn Kelley Kay Lindley Diana Maurer Ray F. Kimmey jamie Bardshaw B.S. ISU B.A. UofI M.A. ISU Jolene Kaufman A.B. Missouri State Teachers College B. S. Missouri State Teachers College Foreign Languages Open Doors To The World Learning a foreign language is like an open door inviting students to learn more about others. The farther they go through the door the better they come to understand the World around them. English, Foreign Languages 181 Norm Reiser B.S. Ed. ISU M. Ed. Adm. Uofl N Carolyn Key B. S. ISU S S SSS "I , I' -ki mx-Q7 . ,, SS SS I L- Denise Marquardt B. S. ISU P E ' The O OU 182 Physical Education ilw ef 1 1 14 P if ' N . -V ff ,:. '94 s .W . at W! X we . 2 'i. ,, f ' ' -- S , ,.,,,,ee . W,,, .,,,,ss.ssss is A"'k .gg , :MM S ssses .Jer sssess . kim Gene Muzzarelli B. S. U of I M. S. SIU QC:-mbondalej .q, , , . ' , if S I ffl' Michael D. McDonald Lee C. Smith B. S. Bradley University B. S. ISU M. S. ISU M.S. ISU Joy Uf Fitness Even though a student is forced by law to take physical education, it isn 't really all that bad. After all, Weren't co-ed square dancing and co- ed volleyball thrilling? And doesn 't everyone look forward to the Presi- dential physical fitness tests With a potuiding heart all year? just think back to how ping-pong builds up one's body! Doesn 't everyone love getting dressed in a hot, humid environment second only to the rain forests of Bra- zil? Does anyone? KWH Ne-I' 'E Jy y W u sf: xr, . 1,.e'5" l l .t ... . S .. iii' Ittl S iif .ssi S. S 'doid ,,. sos- V . NL ttu. ., - si mime. IM iiiiir I .Lk Viii K' A fig, af fix? "riff .:.. 11,-. if ii at f ' gms w, Wa, 'Q' 4 WF 1- ik -1.f..151i1 Zvi F. '- . f. f ' 2 ' : Carol Stuckey Mrs. Sandy Waibel B. S. Ed. ISU B.S. WIU .Q slfi X X Wy, , ,"l5m'5' I X Gene Strunk William I-I. Dimn Daniel L. Heinold B. S. ISU B.S. ISU B.S, Ed. ISU M. S. ISU M.S. ISU William L. Shipton B.A. ISU 500' my g, ,- ,. r 5.13. .fr -... - ?'f:'I'fE4..... Q A if N4 Arthur Zwanzig , B.S. Ed. ISNU , . M. S. Ed ISU 4 :gf. g,,,::1 ....,,I ..,., Mr. Baker B.S. Ed. ISU Dale Nannen Steve Schupp B.S. WIU B.S. Ed. ISU M.S. WIU ' if, ,A H CEQA Industrial Arts: The How-To-D0-It Department Man has the ability to create and to destroy. In Industrial Arts classes students learn how to construct as well as dismantle in a way that is ben- eficial to both man and the World in which he lives. Lndustrial Arts 183 Z - E x perzence The key to art is not to be a carbon copy of someone else, but to express yourself and the way you feel. To begin, take an I imaginative mind, a pencil or pen or chalk, and some mat- erial to Work on. Let your mind Wander and draw Whatever gil? rf?-SGV Lao? jing ISU comes to you. Even if no one else understands, it is your art-- Ning. ISU N1.gHPaimingISU your expression of your feelings at that time. ' sig Future poyo notitt r t.nt n ty,J on Iglagolg Lifidley Farmers in Es. Fighting off the popular no- tion that all farmers wear overalls and smoke corncob pipes, students Wanting to become farmers take agri- culture in preparation for that career. Students learn about different types of grain and how to produce the staples on which Americans rely. 184 Art, Agriculture Art Is A Personal ef fr 1' if Q, 1 r 1 1 W f QPU M f ? . W - N, r tynn ..y,.. -X' Q Ag Helps X1 f-.'- William F. Turner George R. LeMoine John Feely B.S. Ed. ISU B.S. ISU B.S. Ed. ISU M. S. Bradley University INK HK! N mum mm Far from being just a big room with the smell of fresh bind- ing on ancient books, the library is an ever changing com- pilation of newspapers, magazines, and books. All of these materials are under the care of Mrs. Marilyn Meiner, library technician, Mr. George Creager, librarian, and Mrs. Betty Melvin, librarian. Drivers' Ed Makes I Fan To Be 16 To the average MHS student, turning six- teen signifies more than becoming "Sweet Sixteen" --it means a driver's license. But before the license is given, there are many rules to learn and both written and skill tests to pass. ln spite of that and the fact that Driver's Ed is a required course, none seem to mind taking the course. Ra- ther they anticipate the time they will be behind the Wheel. Training For Special Needs it ' 1 '-i'f . ifs"'i 5 i ' Y 1... ' .ffl 'sl ,Q-g, Q , " at i',f f 5 .few 'fs IQ 5 , V ,: Af I' I 1 ,n ,V if Q' I 127. Rita Camel B. S. ISU Patti Seib B. A. McMurray Patty Edmonds B. S. ISU Dealing with a handicap is just like any other job. It takes an education to make it work. Students in the spe- cial education program receive the education needed to make it in the world and get a job after graduation. Drivers' Ed, Librarians, Special Education 185 2- A a f W if gf 4 -if h 1:58. vw--Wgiva' 3 af . ,ZS f .3 , if . '4 52 K J 1 Ml 'irqvx K f,-2 eff'- " , , 77:94 Burdell Hall jay Aeilts William Beaird B. S. Bradley B.S. Uofl B.A. WIU M. S. Ed. ISU M. A. Montana State University at U Thomas Joyce B.S. Ed. ISU D v . 3 , ' X 25511. a is' Mrs. Lynn Parry B. A. ISU in, if A 'Tai 'P ll F Tig -I Q I with Mike Dugard Ms Spf ' 4 B.A.UofI t of . ff-I 'b i 5 S Q Q- M.A. Bradley ,N t t , Slow The World Down So We Can Understand No matter what has happened to the world, it has slowly managed to keep on running its own affairs. Empires have come and gone, gov- ernments have been established L ky, avg " Fwy WQK Q f' Q1 f and the intricate workings of man s if social life have evolved. MHS's asf. -S t f history and social studies depart- S' if ,f ment Works to give students a better Q .ff fa insight into the World around them. iiil it 3: A ' ' . - 186 Social Studies Eggs i rir ,hy f vi, Place, Win Winning is a tradition for the music department and this year was no exception. The numer- ous activities and competitions that the bands and choirs took part in won them prominent places, trophies and plaques. Barbara Mote M.A. Music ISU ,. -7- nc.. . . W . yw I c is 'U I 1 1 W ,K 5? V 4 Q Robert E. Kiesler B.A. WIU M.A. WIU I X, tl! R J , Q Again, Again Music 137 Wendell Good Gary Hootman B. S. ISU B. S. ISU M.S. ISU M. S. ISU 1 N.,, 1 Barbara Lynn Velva june Martime Ray Schmidt B.S. EdISU B.S Ed U B S WIU ,S , ,,,,,i William I. Tucker Wayne Weachter B. S. Ed WIU B. S. Bradley University W" Math Figures I n Life Whether math is a piece of pi or a jungle of addition and subtraction signs, every- oiie needs it in order to understand the many angles of life and put things into proper perspective. No matter what else happens one can always depend on math-- it figures. 188 Mathematics I A f W4 gg., if 'i 41' 5 1 1 Y' di--fl ' I I Shirley Hildebrand B.S. Ed. EIU pf ,vs james Ogg Gordon Schwenk DaVe Hager B.S. Bradley B. S. Bradley B- 5- Oklahoma State M.S. ISU University M- 5- Bradley University Not Pictured X i Ygi 5 g if M he ot All Scientists Need Have The Frizzies Contrary to popular opinion, becoming interested in science does not automatically give one frizzy hair and bushy eye- brows. Going beyond the re- quired year of science, cour- ageous students keep on truckin' to discover that science isn't so bad. After all, who could resist the chance to become another Albert Einstein? I K' Science 189 1 g . , .i,. im E it is ,,w4 190 Business Z V, Q, .M E Q lv xx Miss Velma A. Hirstein Mrs. Janet Boeker Gilbert E. Bruell A,A. Goshen College B.S. Ed. ISNU B.S. ISU B. S. Bradley University M. S. Bradley University J err' rx guts lx lx. rg' , Mrs. Betty Fugitt Mrs. Charlene Lessley B.S. WIU B.S. Ed. EIU M. S. ISU R. Scott Repplinger B.S. Bus. Ed. ISU Mary Alice Whitsitt B.S. Ed. WIU uv4""""'u Teaching For The Future The world of business is not restricted merely to secre- taries taking dictation and typing letters. Rather, it is a World with many different posts to be filled: accoun- tants, data processors, ty- pists, and, of course, sec- retaries. The Business De- partment teaches students the necessary fundamentals to fill these jobs in the future. ri". "1 ' . A , 1, I A fe: c4:f,x f 'wr X., -f X --J Y5 Florence Gerig Key Doll Hoffmire Mrs. Sherry Hughbanks B.A. Goshen College B.S. Ed. EIU B.S. Home EC Ed. ISU Ball State University Vocational License 2 K- Kia f Q' UIQ 3,52 w.w,gw,,, :II HOME -,,.nn 1- EC A S t - ' l l U ff ..,4..,..,...,,a,.r........a,,,,,, ' IIFTV' n H Q e nn y .R El- , ,yjlyye t. y,eN1yy fi t Z W L, sera Q ov El 2 -1 "' C: 9-1 va P3 ra ,fa E '42 H F HAH! bra---lif.!'.'., I . f l M1 LK 9 K umvmmtw I A Preparation For Life Vi.. I i f The career of the homemaker is perhaps the most important career of all. In home-econo- mics related courses students prepare for life after gradua- tion when mom will no longer be there. They learn how to prepare food, to plan nutrition in their diets, to be aware of what family living is about, to handle budgets, and to take care of children. Home, Ec 191 192 Secretaries I in :J Shirley Anderson, counseling secretary. Carol Saletzki, Mary Smith, Eunis Dierdorf, office secretaries. ff Pat Landes, Student Services secretary. la Bernice Wells, data processor. 1' .Y i is 0' i 'fit' K 3 2 2 Cooks Have It Made With "Imitation Chicken Although they don't devise the delicious delicacies of delight that the Redbud serves, the MHS cooks can certainly beat the prices of anything their competitors can cook up. fAfter all, who can feed l, 500 people on 3325. 10 a month?5 From Left To Right, the MHS cooks are: Front: Joyce Hamil- ton, Edie Stubblefield, Marylin Byrd, Rose Miracle. Back: Evelyn Adair, Delma Rendle- man, jean Wollenschlager, Lelah Gramm. C i 5 I Liv 'ev ' VX lm. X X 1 I' r . , I p ix, K ' 2 ' . , ,MU Pl . I Saw 'Xp ,fx Castodians Make A Clean Sweep Love notes, candy wrappers, and mis- cellaneous junk scattered among the halls of MHS are nothing new to the janitors, who are: Seated: Edward An- tonacci, Clyde Brown, Chuck Sim- mons, Loren Blair. Standing: Bui Dang, john Strickfaden, Charles W. Wilson, james Nichols, and Wayne Bell. Cooks, Custodians 193 K si ,af mf" 1 an-v"""' N ,fy Mfrs! A . , :,, -- .naw SVN' 1 1' 'if 'fa Turnabout: A "County Fair" s E i 5 n 'fx gif The constant mist and drizzle Turnabout night didn't prevent the dance from being a success for GAA. The theme was a "County Fair" with music proviced by "The Other Side. " Turnabout: 19 7 Streamers Twirl To Theme . . . For days all one heard was that MORP was coming. It Was nearly time for MORP5 stu- dents Were being locked in the gym for hours on end to ----- Then the night arrived when the juniors and seniors could discover the end results of the MORP madness. PROM had arrived. And as usual students found MHS transformed for the ordinary to something quite special, even dream-like. A quality that only prom can bring. Reigning over festivities Were: first attendants jeff Myers and Bonnie Parcelg King Mark Getz and Queen Kim Williamson g and second attendants Manfred Uhlig and Valerie Klunk. 25,2 T, L if-X 5, ,yx:..Hdx.,. X31 XWXL L xl V K W le , ' fr' "' ' , XRVL New ,. , H tix T ctr' I-XL Lixlssii Rx: XA Q f'rNkLj"' if 1 .3 " 1 N1 ,L H,..LN:,.,jR fm yr 'J'g'x1YfHW'f or f.. x if 'f Mi x n 1 .Q 198 Prom I -ff-in Colour M World S. 'sl Prom 199 Seated: Sue Colbertson, Carol Perry QLt. Phillipsj, Amy Zobrist fMaj. I-Ioulihanj, Melissa Bolam fCapt. McCarthyj, Sue Wittmer fLt. Furyjg Linda Opperman QLt. Kimblej, Amy Swartzentmaub QAgnes Bonwitj, Debbie Lee fFrit1i Bonwitj, Kathy Shisler qMitzi Bon- witj, Brenda Ge11. Row 2: Tom Evans QWalt Waldowskij, Lisa Aupperli, Sara Van Natten, Doug Kuhel, Larry Prodehl fSpearchucker jonesj, Doug DeVore fCapt. Burnsj, Dana Arnett QPrivate Boonej, Tony Ondrey, Steve Krolack QCorporal Reillyj, Neil Case. Row 3: X Desma Davis fDean Lodgej, Brad Geyer QHO johnj, Matt Dirst: QFather Mulchayj, jason Fox QSgt. Divinej, Mike Badgerow fCapt. Mc- Intyrel, Eric Opperman QCapt. Forrestj, Barry Rapp, fCol. Blakey, Scott Bartlemay, QCapt. Piercel, Kirk Moser QCapt. Blackj, Carol Dresden Qlviiss Randaulej, Marjean Oller, fl.t. Leibowitzj, Debbie Bergstrom, Cyndi Cron QMaj. Haskellj, Chris Hebren QCon- gresswoman Goldfarbj, Jay Milligan QGen. Hammond Q, Miss Amdor qDirectorj. Student directors were: Rachael Peters, Peggy Smith and Mary Draeger. ' l 7 l F 4 , 'VV lY'i?'Y,V?'Zt.'4f1W y ,,, , M, are 1Capt. McCarthy, Lt. Phillips and Lt. Kimble stand up to Major Houlihan for Hawkeye and Dulce. 2The officers of MASH try to snap Walt out of his depressions for good by bringing him back from the dead. 3The Bonwit sisters of the Special Services do their patriotic duty by dancing as the enlisted men watch every move. 4As the curtain closed on opening night, the entire cast goes bananas as they breathe relief because the first show is over. 200 MPFAPFSYH Q 2 ,-,'F1," N 'tn 1Hawkeye Pierce gets the last laugh as he says goodbye to Hot Lips by spanking her. 2Fed up with just about everything, Hawkeye rushes for Capt. Burns. Duke quickly moves to stop him, 3'Ihe male officers of MASH entertain the Bonwit sisters in royal Japanese style with the appropriate American touches. 4Private Lopez enjoys the view as Mitzi Bonwit asks for a hanky. 5Lt. Fury and Ugly are in the mist of a lovers quarrel when Trapper john hur- ries in with the news Hot Lips is going to the general. MA H Smash A MH Take a war setting -- circa 1948 or so -- add a cast of 38 assorted doc- tors, nurses and enlisted men and women, and sprinkle in lots of humor --- and what do you have? That's MASH, the Spring play of 1977. Based on the book by Richard Hooker, the play deals with the crazy adven- tures of two zany, Lmorthodox surgeons QBenjamin Franklin Pierce -- known to friends as "Hawkeye " and his side- kick, "Duke ", better known as Augus- tus Bedford F orrestj who invade a mobile army surgical unit during the Korean War. Besides the usual duties of wartime surgeons, these two must face dif- ficulties such as: Ho-jon, a Korean war orphan who wants to go to col- lege in the States to become a sur- geon -- all he needs is the S1000 for tuition -- and "Hot Lips" I-Ioulihan, the head nurse, who disapproves of the unusual ways of the duo, and is set to change them, even if she has to go all the way to a general. There are many other comical and offbeat characters in the play: Mercy Lodge, the dean of Androscoggin Col- lege where Ho jon would attend, her secretary Miss Randazzle, who would rather file her nails than take dicta- tion, Dr. john Black, called "Ugly" because of his good looks, Lt. Janice Fury, Ugly's "sweetheart", who al- ways ends up quarreling with him, the three Bonwits -- Mitzi, Fritzi and Agnes, entertainers from Special Services, who come to "lighten the soldiers' dreary lives", Capt. Walt Waldowski, MASH's dentist, who goes into monthly depressions, Trap- per John, Hawkeye's college friend, who makes the duo a trio, Radar, the corporal with sensitive ears and Col. Blake, the banjo-loving Commanding Officer of MASH. All contributed to make MASH a smash at MHS. MXAHFSPKH 201 202 MPkAPkSPlfH 1A behind-the-scenes shot shows Duke leader, Lt. Fury spurs on the MASH studiously repairing a pair of fatigues 4077 football team in the big match while over in the Mess Tent, the against the 325th Evac. Bonwits are being introduced to Lts. 4The cast pulled an April Fool's joke Phillips, Kimble, and Capt. MC- on Miss Amdor before presenting her Carthy. flowers closing night. 21-Iawkeye pretends to be the Great Sseeing whays on the other side of White Hunter to get a Section Eight the fogtl-fights, Lopez and Radar clap discharge. madly for another encore of MASH. 3Given the chance to be a cheer- To Gong Or ot To Gong 1 'IGS VW a wrists ,f f X , , i I ., ' "1 . lv .- get if K I . , 2 'X X 85533. v img! -...wifi l pf aff! iw Judges Make Decision 1Mr. Tucker and Mrs. Parry takes the role of the "Happy Harmonizer " behind Mr. Pierce's singing. Zjay Getz brings the Lone Ranger back to life with "a flash of Light, a cloud of dust, and a mighty I-Iiyo, Silver! " 3Desma Davis is left speechless when she discovers that she's been GOA Qgonged on arrivalj. 42 I is. 4Mr. Pierce appears relieved after singing his version of the hautingly beautiful "Zits, " 5Mr. Muzzarelli demonstxates his uncanny ability to lcnow whether to gong, or not to Song- Gong Show 203 Brains, Bronze Brings Applause For Students 1 Beth Landes, an active sports participant, receives and award for the 500 point club in GAA. 2 Business student of the year was awarded to Carla Keefauver by Miss Hirstein. 3Lindsay Wright is presented with a Latin award as a result of his performance in the State Latin competition. 4 Dan Foley was honored for being the top science student. 5 Mary Volle presents a check for the money raised during HERO's Do-Your-Ovxm-Thing- A-Thon to benefit the March of Dimes fight against birth defects. 6 Craig Mason accepts the ' 'I-DAre-You- Award" from Mr. Shanks. 7 Steve Hendricksen takes the oath of office as Student Council president for '77- '78 from Tim Witzig . 204 Award's "ii 'Q Assembly Ci Oh Thank Heaven There Is Lzfe Outszde School Carol Perry and john Burkley happily enter Carper Field for the last tual of their high school career. Craig Mason, valedictorian, poses one of his thought provoking ques- ons to the class of '77: ' 'Is there life after high school? ' ' Gold cord students were: Front: Carolyn Weber Laura Kolb Wendy lavison, Craig Mason, Stacey Schild, Toni Behme, Sherry Funk. Sec- nd Row: Kris Fahlberg, Kim Summk, Sue White, Sherry Musgrave, obin McConkey, Kaylene Kaufman, Carol Perry, Patty Chismark. third Row: Mike Risingeii Cathy Messji, Trish Taylor E: Eeggy Smith, lark Muzzarelli Kim Wi iamson De ie Ackerman ery jones evin Curry. Fourth Row: Bill Davis, Craig Stradley, ,Carla Keefauver, dark Getz Erik Opperman Donna Wuthrich Don Foley Lil Schoenbe- 1, John Hem. Back: Mark,Wae11z, Kim Kelley, sem Nferzmilgon, Benq andes Chuck Brentz Peggy Hassenyager, Gary Martinie Bar Zim- lerman, Steve Kindred, Andy Smith, Alan Morgan. , Eff as 1 As she clutches her diploma, Peggy Smith realizes high school is over 2 The Senior Ensemble sings "Until We Meet Again" to the class of '77. 3 Kim Strunk addresses her fellow class- mates and urges them to be concemed about their futures. 3 Enthusiasm, they have notg fright they o. 1 Don'tworry, Mr. Patterson, those are easy names to pronounce-Craig Martin, Carol Whitfield, and Paul Johnson. 2 Elmer King leaves the platform to present Gina Lowery her diploma . 3 Sorry, Donna, but passing all your courses is not the only prerequisite for graduation. You also have to know how to accept your diploma and shake hands at the same time. 4 Paul Tesdall and Kris Falberg exit, no longer seniors, but graduates. 5 Wait a minute, Rick. Before you get yourhdiploma there's the small matter of that S52 . 37 library fine . 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In , , ,' I 'f' H Nine Bl rf 4,.4-4' 3 nl' fha... lla- K, aw' 5 'N wx , 'im-E k fe- w im ,iw Q, YN +85 Sponsors 225 STUDENT INDEX Abbott ff -1 A - -, . 1 Lesa 19 1 5 Abbott, Eric 45 Abbott, Wendy 61 Aberle, Steve 45, 118 Abner, Lori 61, 97, 97, 104, 107 Ackerman, 75, 169 5 1b,,, A Ackerman, Deborah 19, 165, 167, 205 Ackerman, James 19, 121, 135, 167 Ackerman, Jody 61, 168 Ackennan, John 61, 156, 167, 120, 143, 142 Adair, Jeffrey ,379 Adams, Nanette 45 Adams, Sandra 45 Aker, Bill 61 Aker, Theresa 75 Aleshire, Melanie 61, 157, 168 Alexander, Alexander, C5318 75, 156 ' 5,'.-5 Alexander, Mark 19 Alexander, Maureen Alexander, Timothy 19 Allen, Te 19, 94, 96, 101 TTY Allen, Tony 75, 120 1, Allen, Troy 45 Allen, Victor 61 Amen, Julie 61 Amstutz, Gregory 61 Amstutz, Susan 19 Anderson, Cari 61, 168 Anderson, Eric 45 5 Anderson, Jennifer 45 Anderson, Kimberle 75, 96, 97 Anderson, Stephanie 19, 158 Anderson, Steven 19 Anderson, Tom 75, 148 Anthony, James 61 Anthony, me 75, 90, 102, 103 Anthony, 'chael 61, 162 Anthony, Robert 61, 156, 121, 122, 130, 143, 142 Antrim, Dennis 75 Antrim, Patty 45 Apke, Gregory 75 Apke, Kimberly 168, 45 Applegren, Nancy 75, 96, 97, 101 Arbuckle, Scott 19, 159 Arbuckle, Todd 75, 160, 166, 120 Armbruster, Gregory 45 Arnett, Dana 61, 128, 200, 120, 143 Ashworth, Jill 45, 163 Atteberry, Jeff 19, 94 Atteberry, Rebeca 45, 164 Auer, Daniel 45 Auer, Donnie Aupperle, Lisa 61, 168, 200 Aupperle, Lori 19, 158 Austin, Daryl 19, 159 Ayers, Brenda 61 --13-- Badgerow, Michael 45, 94, 96, 200 Badgerow, Mark 75, 104, 136 Bagby, Gordon 61, 123, 143 Bagley, Edward 19 Bagley, Joanna 61, 97 Bailey, Douglas Bailey, Sue 61 Bangasser, Myra 19 Barbier, Steven 61, 120 Barbour, Stacy 45 Barger, Cynthia 61 Barger, Susan 75, 157, 169 Barr, Patricia 19 Bartelmay, Peggy 61 Bartelmay, Scott 45, 101, 102, 103, 200 Barth, Richard 61 Bartimo, Nancy 19 Bartlett, Lorrie 45 Barton, Douglas 45 Batson, Bridget 45, 102, 103 Baum, Craig 61, 120 Baum, Gerald 75 Baum, James Baum, 159 Baum, Terry 75 Bauman, Alan Bauman, James Bauman, Jill Bauman, Lee 19, 158 Bauman, Steven 75 Bayless, David 45, 58, 118, 122 Beach, Douglas 75 Beach, Edward Beck, Nancy 61 Beckham, Kimberly 45, 163, 168 Beckwith, Kendall 45, 164 Bedwell, Jeanne Beeler, Daryl 61, 136, 160 Beeler, Yvonne 45, 168, 169, 170 Behme, Tonia 19, 158, 205 Behnke, Julie 75, 157, 169 Bell, Janet 45, 170 Bellinger, Rebecca 75 Belsley, Jfnnifer 61, 169 Belsley, andall 20, 159, 121, 135 Benckendorf, James 75 Bensel, Russell 45, 90, 166 Berg, Elizabeth 20 Berg, Nancy 61 Berger, Scott 51, 123, 130 Bergstrom, Deborah 46, 200 Bernard, Robert 46 Berryman, Darrell 75, 136 Berryman, Doug 46 Berta, Jeffrey 61 ' Binkele, Debra 75, 169 Birdwell, Lori 75, 169 Bjork, Robin 62 Blair, David 62, 130 Bodnar, Patty 20 Bodnar, Robert 62 J Boehme, Lynette 46 Boers, Jeffery 20 Boggs, Diana 46, 164 Boggs, Arthur 75 Bohlen, Janine 75 Bohlen, Jeffrey 46 Boisen, Chris 46 Boisen, Kimberly 20 Bolam, Melissa 20, 90, 93, 171, 200, 232 Bollegar, Krista 62, 94, 97, 157 Bomarito, Judith 62 Bond, Lisa 46, 47, 139 Bond, Lori 75, 90, 169 Bonham, Todd 62, 123, 142 Bontemps, Kevin 62, 128 Boone, Yvette 75, 169 Borman, Gene 46 Bott, Brenda 20 Bouvier, Do minique 62 Bowen, Randy 20, 159 Bowers, Diana 46, 163 Boyd, Kari 62 Braker, Bradley 46, 166 Brandle, Sharon 62 Bratland, Robert 62 Braun, Debra 75, 97 Brecher, Debra 75, 157 Brenkman, Lori 75, 157, 169 Brentz, Charles 20, 118, 119, 156, 165, 205 Brentz, Lisa 75, 157, 169 Bretag, Terri 46, 164 Brewster, Patricia 46, 118 Bright, Vickie 62 Brown, Martin 62, 120 Brown, Robert 46, 162, 146 Brown, Shelly Brovsm, William 75 Brunner, Janet 75, 97, 169, 200 Brunner, Suzy 20 Brtmton, Tammy 75, 169 Bryan, Brad 75, 136 Bryan, Greg 62, 136 Bryson, Edwin Bryson, Jerry Bugaieski, Kathy 75, 169 Bugaieski, Mark 20, 118, 128 Bugaieski, Michael 62, 119, 160 Bump , cindr-1 75, 169, 171, ,232 Bundy, Robert 46 Burgener, Lori 46, 168 Burgener, Scott 62, 143 Burk, Darin 46 Burkley, Jana 75, 97 Burkley, John 20 Burnham, Cathy 20, 94, 96,3199 Burnham, Lee 20 Burnham, Mark 62, 130, 148 Burton Burton , Georgianna 46 , Maw Butler, Daniel 75 Butler, Leroy Butler, Samuel 75 Burton, Amy 75, 169 m Buttle Butts , 1,05 , Buysse Byers , Byers , an, Julia 62 Steven 21, 94, 96, 101, 104, 107, 170, 232 , Carol 62 Colleen 36 Daniel 75 argaret 46, 94, 96, 168 rew 62, 120 a 1, d Cali, Peter 76, 120, 166 Carawa , Jennifer 62 Carey , ryon 46 cereus, cm-1 76,, 121, 122, 131, 141 Ch , T,f.,1,fl, C311 tuna '31'Y1:g r,,,. A 1 can my C ' ll a l , Cathleen 36, 158 arrc Carroll, Kathleen 21 Carter, Cynthia 62, 107, 168 Carter, Greg 46 Carter, Kathryn ,46, 90, 160,,gJ,64, 1 170 , Case , 171 ,W 1l11am47, 118, 200 Casella, Michael 47 Cashdollar, Cathy 76 Cashdollar, Susan 47 Castenada, Randall 47, 135 Causey, Phillip 21 Chadwick, Carol 62 Chance, Debra 21, 158 Chard , Gary 76 Cheatham, Craig 62 148 Cheatham, Julie 76 Chevalier, Sylvie 21, 160, 169 Chismark, Daniel 62, 123, 130 Chism a Christi Clark , Clark , Clark , Clark , Clark , Clark , Clasen rk, Patti 18, 21,160, 165, 2 65 05 amen, Kyra 21, 145, 156, 160 Barry 47, 90 93, 135 Erin 47, 94, 96, 107 Kerry 96, 97, 100, 101, 169 Ted 76, 120, 145, 166 Timothy 21 145 Troy 47 , Mark 62, 135, 136 Clawitter, Aaron 47 Clawitt Close , Cloves Clutts , Crystal 76, 169 , Michael 62, 166 Larry 76 Coddington, Marcee 62, 163 Colclasure, Lori 63, 164 Coleg ve, Brent 63, 130, 148 Collier, Michael 76 Colli ood, Beth 47, 90, 164 Connor, Alan 21, 145 Connor, Christopher 76, 136 rs Conno Cook , Kelly 63 Carlene 21 Cooper, Michael 21, 118, 119, 156 Corey Coryel Coryel Costel John 76 l, Connie 63 1, Robert 47 o, Kevin 76, 142, 143 Cook, Laurie 36 1 l l Costel o, William 21 , 164 --gj-- Cain, M C l' An n 113 , ro HSW K1 Cox , Coyne Coyne mberly 76 , Janice 47 , Nancy 76 er, Prenda 62, 124, 139, 168 Coyne, Richard 21, 159 Craig, Diane 63 Craven, Richard 63 Creanean, Grego 63 Crecilius, james 147, 90, 93, 94, 96, 101, 104, 142 Cressman, Erik 76, 90 Cressman, Karl 47 Cmn, Cynthia 18, 21, 160, 200 Crumrine, JoE1len 47, 94, 157, 170 Crumrine, Julie 76, 169 1 A Cruse, Lyle 47, 94 Cruse, Scott 76 Crutchfield, Lanie 63 Crutchfield, Sandy 76, 162 Cruthis, jolon 76 Culbertson, Susan 47, 164, 168, 200 Cunningham, Carol 63 Cunningham, Darci 63, 157 Cunningham, Marci 63, 157 Crgry, Kevin 22, 157, 164, 165, 167, 5 ,D:"Argo, Neil 63, 120, 136 Daniel , Gregory 63, 90 Daniel, Regina 63, 159 Danielson, Cheryl 63 Danielson, Chris 76, 120, 148 Digg, 1?gOsrn3O2J2, 44, 94, 98, 102, gavis: iam? 4719 90, 93, 98, 170 avis es 0 Davis: Mark 63, 120 Davis, William 22, 123, 128, 157, zos Davison, gsseph Davison, ark 22 Davison, Wendy 22, 158, 205 Dawson, Jay 76, 148 Day, Bill 4 Day, Mary 76 Day, Theresa 22 Desantis, Matthew 47 Desollar, Traci 63 Deterding, Mark 22, 146 Deterding, Roger 63, 123 Devall, Allen Devall, Elvin 22 Devall, Melvin 22, 94 Devore, Douglas 47, 96, 104, 170, 200 Devore, Jeffrey 76, 142, 143 Dexheimer, Carole 47, 157 Dexheimer, Cheryl 76, 117, 157, 169 Dexheimer, Cindy 76, 117, 157, 169 Dial, Teresa 22, 158 Dickey, Debra 63 Dickey, Steghanie 76 Diemer, Re ecca 47, 165 Diemer, Stacy 76, 169 Dierks, Michael 48, 90, 93, 170 Dierdorff, David 22 Diggs, Lisa 63 Dimon, jeffrey 63 Dimon, Vicki 22, 158, 159 Dirst, julia 48, 157 Dirst, Matthew 63, 90, 93, 200 Ditzenberger, jeff 76, 123 DiVergilio john Doane, Robert 63, 120, 143 Dobbelaire , james 63 Dobbs, Tamara 48, 97 Dollinger, Katrina 63, 134, 157 Domnick, Kathryn 48, 94, 104,165,168 Donovan, Mark 48, 111, 135 Dovsmey, William Draear, Diane 76, 90 Draear, Douglas 48 Drggiger, Mary 63, 102, 103, 160, 171, Drake, Robert 148, 166 1 ' Drebes, Donald 48 Drebes, Lori 48 Dresden, Carol 48, 117, 157, 160, 163, 200 Driscoll, David 48, 118 Drigcgoll, Diane 76, 97, 138, 141, 150, Drummond, Gregory 22, 159 Drtunond, Lisa 64, 165 Dnunmond, Randall 48, 135 Dryden, Michael 76, 148 Duchardt, David 76, 143 Dudis, Jennifer 22 Dufelmeier, Shelly 64, 97 , 102, 163 Dlmsmoor, James 76 Dyer, Keith 76 Earl, Rick, 76, 120, 131 Eason, Roger 76, 120, 131, 143 Edgar, Andy 22, 121, 156, 164, 165 Eichelberger, Mark 48, 146 Eicken, Tonya 64, 168 Eigsti, Michael 76 Elam, Gregory 22, 26, 159 Eldridge, Christa 76, 169 Eldridge, Claire 77, 97, 169 Eldridge, Mark 22, 119, 142 Ellington, Christoph Elward, jennifer 77, 83 Embury, Richard 77, 166 Emmons, Kathleen 64, 168 Enerson, james Engberg, Robert 64, 166 Engberg, William 48, 146, 170 England, Martin Epkins, Timothy 64, 120, 148 Erickson, Brian 64, 120, 136, 142, 143 Erickson, Tracie 64 Evans, Carolu 22 Evans, Mark Evans, Mike Evans, Thomas 64, 200 Eveland, jeffre 64 Fahlberg, Kristine 36, 96, 101, 158, 165, 05 7 Farney, Roy 77 A Farwell, Michele 46, 48, 111, 116, 165 Feeney, Paula 23 Felker, Kathleen 23, 158 Ferguson, David 64, 136 Ferguson, gene 23, 134 Fe n, 'm Ferio, Amy 48, 165 Ferko, Sarah 77 Fieffer, Cheryl 48 Fieffer, Theadore 23 Finch, Connie 48 Fischer, Karen 64, 97 Fisher, Brandie 77, 139, 169 Fisher, Lindy Flairty, Lori 64 Flowers, Dana 48 Flowers, Russell 48 Flynn, Denise 64, 160, 163, 168 Flynn, Marcia 77 Flynn, Tammy 64 Foley, Don 23, 205 Foore, Deidra 64, 90, 157, 168 Forbes, Caroline 77, 97, 157, 169 Forbes, Charles 48 Forbes, Robert 23, 159 Fort, Phillip 23, 118, 119, 156 Fortman, jill 48, 117 Foster, Douglas 49, 128,, 142, 170 Foster, Gordon 23, 111,l,1118, 119, 156 Foster, Keith 49, 165 Foster, joe 49 Foster, Robert 23, 108,Q118, 119, 128, 156, Foster, Ron 77 A Fox, jason 64, 96, 143 Frank, Dennis 77 Friedrich, Paula 49 1 Frintz, Amy 49, 164 Fritz, Lori Fuehring, David 23, 118, 119 Fuller, Daniel Fuller, Michael Ftmk, Sherrill 23, 104, 158, 205 --G-- Galbraith, Lori 49, 104 Gallamore, Dale 64 Gamble, Rebecca 64, 97 Garber, Tammy 77, 162, 169 Gardner, Diana 23, 90, 158 Gardner, Kathern 64, 162 Gardner, Michael 77, 171, 232 Garrison, Gregg 65, 130, 146 Gay, Jeffrey 23 Gay, Linda 49, 90 Gay, Mary 77, 162 Gay, Richard 65, 148 George, Cath 49, 59, 116, 163 Getz, Brenda 77, 97, 169, 171, 200 232 Getz, Heather 77, 169 Getz, Jacqueline 49, 157, 168 Get1,iaiy49, 94, 104, 165 Getz, ark 23, 94, 104, 105, 107, 145, 156, 164, 165, 198, 205 Getz, Michael 49, 142, 156 Geyer, Bradley 77, 94, 200 Geyer, William 23 Ghelardini, Gina 77, 169 Gibson, Diane 49, 134 Gibson, jeffrey 65, 130, 145, 156 Gibson, Johnny 23, 145 Gibson, Karen 77, 97 Giebelhausen, Steven 49 Giebelhausen, Thomas 77, 94, 148 Gillan, Lora 65, 97, 157, 160 Gillan, Mark Gingerich, Douglas 23 Gingerich, Kathleen 49, 171, 232 Gingerich, Teresa 65, 163 Gingerich, Timothy 49, 165, 167 Glaser, Edward 49, 167 Goettsch, james 77, 123, 145 Goffinet, Gary 24 Goggins, Carol 77 Goggins, Ruth 49, 116, 165 Good, Linda 77 Gossman, David 49 Gramm, Lori 77, 169 Gransky, Alicia 77, 169 Grant, joe 49, 118, 146 Grant, john 77 Greene, Kathy 49 Greiner, Steven 77 Grier, Lisa 77 Grimm, joel 49, 90, 93, 146 Grimm, Linda 77 Grimm, LuAnn 77, 162, 169 Grimm, Todd 49, 146 Grimm, Tracy, 49, 146 Grisham, Jennifer 50, 94, 96 Gross, Laurie 77 Gunion, Sandra 50, 164 Gunter, Cynthia 77, 169 Gtmter, Stephen 23, 145 Guymon, Paul 77, 120, 136 Haikey, Cindy Hamilton, Nancy 65, 157, 168 Hampton, Trac 65 Hancock, Donald 65 Hancock, Donita 50 Hand, jim 50 Haggartner, Lisa 77, 169 Ha ey, Edward 65 Hansen, Yvonne 24, 158, 213 Hanson, Dave Hare, Barry 65 A Hare, Dana 24 Harm, Craig 65 Harper, Chris 65 Hart, Brenda 65, 164 Hart, Dolphis 24 Hart, Shawn 65 Hartman, Larry 65, 143 l-Iartseil, Tim 24 Hartter, Billy 65 Hasenyager, Peggy 24, 165, 205 Hasselbacher, Susan 24, 117 Hatch, Brett 77, 131, 148, 166 Hatch, Charles 77, 166 Hatch, Gene 24, 159 Hatch, Gregg 65 Hatcher, Terri 50 Hauter, Barbara 65, 94, 97, 168 Hauter, DeAnn 77, 97, 111, 109, 139 Hebren, Chris 50, 200 Heffel, Donna 24, 94, 96, 99, 158 Heffernan, Carolyn 78, 97, 169 Heidenreich, Deanna 78 Heidenreich, Edward 78, 120 Heiser Katherine 78 lrmen, Cheryl 25, 138, 140, 169' 11'men,r Greg 785 120 7 25 6 7145 4 if zyrc Eil eaaa ,9,, rran if S rcll 6f6Pl7161?i6 66 7 Johnson, 17 7 7 77 Arlene , Knapp, hrrlhlll Klllidler, Cli' 1251111166 .ffl ",,,, 7 ,:,,,' F I Dovlol 1 Crnl 7 llj Knapp, 1,' irr D avid 26 lll :', 1 6 Vlrr 26, 113, 1 gi. :fl f". f f Hellwes, Douglas 78 10111169618 C6546 Cll llc Name 18 27 Clle 11760 nlai 7He1mer,Br2d 24 Joho-Soo, Jeff rraar elclln Prmoia 67, af nercn HenderS0n,7Robo1'1 24 - Johnson, Kevin 146 loornn, ool aaaan ,or orr 727, 118, 5174273717 Henderson, RuSSe1165 or 7 Johnson, M1ohoe178, ,1101 5 7 Hormrrrg, Dorothy 65, 117, 157, 150 1 117o 25, 118, 1i711o1e44 77 olll lll 164 orrae HeIini118,.T1'101'f12lS 77719hnSen7277f7ffSe911 25 Kololqtarira 27, 158, 205 ,,,1 Henning, Victoria 24, 111, 157, 134 7, 7 11e1'7' Johnson, Susan 66, 168 Andrew 27 Homin, Karin 36, 97, 141, 7159 -1 Jones, Che1v125, 94, 165 oieelll eoeo Greg 67 oofe Hemiksenv Sfeve1150, 581 777 Jones' David 66, fli Patricia 78, -141, 150, 105, 160, 164' 166661 C6716 78 4111 llliiiio or ,,.,, 7 7 - iool 67, 168 nnrei 1117 8 HePP, Janet 78 16666116616 51, 124, ,,, ,.f,,, 27 , 128, 146 Heppr Jody 50, 163 1511, 7 Sheryl 67, 97 Hepp, Ricky 65 , ,eeeog 67, 90, 141, Hem1an,,7fQBarbara 50 73, 27, 142, 156, Horrrrarr, Esther 65, 97 77,7 osig 7 e41,7, 7,7g ooeo 51, 94, 160, Hermann, Nancy 65, 169 Vyyyy A 79, 143, 200, Horrkor, Pam 79 171,r f 7 7 79 7 He1'1eHSfeiH,7 Robert 65 777r 7777 'ooe 7 S 7 461 77r7e ' 67, 148 Heth, Alon 65, 123, 156 ,16e76 Kruzick, R666 79, 71697 Heth, john 24, 6'1f 123, ,,, Zzifi 61' Kaiiiin 67 HeuS11k,Miohe7e1 44 f orlr leee 1 67 Heusuk, Theoddfe 11611 lerrr 7 Hiekev, 155955 79, Hickey, Ke1win750Q if Karen Qologg Hilliard, Craig 750, ,ri 511 7 . 7 ooeoro 777, ,,7,,8, 1 ,,7, 1Hi11iard,rJeffreV 78 477136, 76, 7 1f1iner,Gregg72s 7 7 7r,,, 7 Hines, Sandy 50 7 344190, g'V7 - , 1-11pp1e,Dianef78, 97 77 77,, Andrew,56,,7,12S7 7777,,77 67, 1301 145 Hipple, Lindaeso, 164 7 1 6117 7 7777 Jeff 791 120' 146 . HirS'fein,ChriS1e 25, 1587761 78, 97, 169 oerooe ,,,,77r Kaien 62,7166 166 I-lirstein, Scott 78, 120 26, 165, rr, Hochstetler, Racahel 29, 50 M 26 M ,,,,, ,,,V, H0err,1-ee 8 47,7, rrf r 7,717 7 Hofer, 103 7 77,77 169, ,,,,,.rrf 177 7 7777e7 7777 e77 , 77 e Andrea 8777 77 77777 ' Shoo 77 f77 1 rgrr fffrrr, 7 7,,77,,7 77 11 ,,, , ,,,,,77 7,r, ,77, ,rr ,77, 7 146 25 Home 157, 777,7, 131, 7777 or 25, 118, 7 1 7 7 16' 266 so, 118 - 7,77,, 65r 64 7 777 , as 6 r7 e, 7447 661 7 77f6 - 7 iiili 26r 11r1, e,777 , 1 7 2 79, nel 1769,.124,p140r Huette, 1 69 V 51 tV.7, 7 i,lV'175q, 7, 7 . 77 L 1 Huette, Steven 50 '77rrr,7, 7 1 7 , 6 Kinu'ney",7"Diane 79 '777'71 7'17 7 4 6 I-2fCht1,,ThOm9rS .52 1 1 Huffman ames 6 'Klmffleyg ,Steven 51, 128 L1dd1e,7 Sf5Ph9-1119 27 Hufford,,Brenda 66, 160, 168, 124, 140 Hufty, Virginia 25 Hunsley, Shellie 78, 162, 169 Hunteman, Kathleen 50 Hunter, Todd 78, 120 Hunter, Vicki 25 , Htmziker, Jean 66, 90, 168 Huser, Tammy Huthmann, Christina 66 --1-- Ihnow, Daniel'78, 130, 131, 148 6 Ihnow, Debra 50 Ingles, Anthony 51, 142 Ingles, John 78, 143, 168 1 7 Ingold, Michael78, Ireland,,Da1e778, 145 lf 7 Ireland,'97Jan 51 Kindred, David 79, 120, 131, 148 Kindred, Nancy 51, 165 Kindred, Stephen 26, 119, 128, 146, 156, 164, 165, 205 7 King, Barbara 51 1 King, Daniel 51, 167 King, Phillip 26, 121, 142, 156, 167 King, Holli 51 7 King, Susan 4 Kinney, Elizabeth 26 Kirby, Kerrie 79, 169 Kirk, Joanne 66, 160 Kizer, Patricia 51 Klaasen, John 66, 120 , Klawer, Cecelia 51, 170 i Klein Randal 66 77K1orr1r',fc1rory166, 157, 166 1 Klunk, Steve 51, 118, 142 777 7 Klunk, Valerie 18, 26, 158, 160, 198 Knabe, Timothy 79, 145 Liddle, Steve 79 Ligon, Christopher 27 Ligon, Ji1152, 94, 96, 164 Linder, Kathy 52, 4717176 Linder, Monica 52, 165 Linl-1, ,Martin 52 Link, Michael 52, 67 Litherland, Dean 67 7 Little, Craig p 7 7' 7 Lockwood, Philip 67, 121, 122, 142, 143 Loercher, Brenda 79, 169 Loercher, Justine 27, 116, 150 Logan, Barbara 27 Longden, Geoffrey 67, 136, 135 Longden, john 27, 159 Lopeman, Dawn 67, 168 Lowery, Dennis 67 Lowery, Gina 205 Lucas, Marta Jo 67, 157, 134 Lunini, Jo 27 Lunini, John 67 Luttrell, jeffrey 79, 166, 143 Lutz, Christine 79 Lynch, Jeffrey 67, 130, 148 Lynn, James 28, 20, 135 Lynn, Kevin 79, 136, 135, 120 -rA4-- Mackert, Carole 52 Mackert, Lori 67 Mahrt, Angela Sue 28, 162 Mahrt, David 28, 159 Mahrt, Denise 67 Sandra Lee 67 Malcolm, Susan 67 Malinowski, Pamela 52 Malinowski ,Rebecca 67 , 168 Maloney, Stott '79 Mandre 1, Kevin 68 Mandrell, Scott Mandrell, Wanda 79, 97 Maran, Erika 79, 90 Marano, Emanuele 28, 171 Marine, Laura 79, 169 Marine, Mitchell 68, 90, 130, 145 Marion, Steven 68 Marlatt, Robert Marshall, Janeen 28 Martens, Joe Allen 28, 128 Martens, Kim 52 Martin, Brent Lee 68, 120 Martin, Craig 28 Martin, Ricky 28 Martin, Scott 68, 148 Martin, Susan 79, 169 Martin, Teresa 28 Martin, Thomas 24, 28, 123, 158 Martin, William 52, 170 Martinie, Gary 20, 28, 146, 165, 205 Masinelli, Bret 52 Masinelli, Melisa 68, 97, 168 Mason, Craig 28, 90, 93, 205 Matheney, Jacqua 79, 162, 169 Mathewson, Steven 79, 90 Mattson, David 79, 131 Mattson, Lori 68, 232, 171 Maughan, Gary Maughan, Marcia 80 Maughan, Ralph 52 Maughan, Timothy 68, 136 eMayer, Lori 68, 168 McCafferty, Michel, 68, 130, 145 McCafferty, Patrick McCanless, David 68, 130, 145 McCafferty, PPatrick McCanless, David 68, 120, 143 McCart, Terry 80 McClintick, Richard 28 McConkey, Robin 28, 205 McCool, Jerry 80 McCoy, Kenneth 80, 135 McCoy, Kimberly 52 McDonald, Barbara 80, 97, 169 McDonald, Jana 52, 157, 170 McDougal, Dan 68, 120 McDougal, Treva 80, 169 McFarlane, Michell 68 McGowan, Matthew 80 McGuire, jerry 68 McGuire, Jimmy 36 McGuire, Sally 80, 97, 169 M'cl-lenry, Leroy 52, 94, 96, 100, 101, 104, 107, 118, 170 Mclntosh, Joyce 80 Mclntosh, Ronald 52 Mclver, Patricia McKeman, Sean 28 McKneight, Brian 28 McLaughlin, Beth 80, 97, 169 McMullen, james 80, 136 McMullen, Pamela 28 Meierhans, Katana 68, 97, 162 Meiklejohn, Jeffrey 52 Meiner, George 28 Meiner, Jennifer 80, 90, 139, 169 Meiner, Rebecca 52, 94, 97 Meldrum, Helen Meldrum, Morag 53 Melle, Vicky Melton, David 68, 120, 142, 143, 156 Melton, Robert 80 Messel, Catherine 28, 165, 205 Meyer, Nancy 28 Michael, Tammy 68, 166 Michel, Scott 53, 118 Michel, Steven 68 Miesner, Bradley 80, 123, 143 Miller, Bob 29, 156 Miller, Carl 53, 118 Miller, Dain 80 Miller, David 68, 120, 135, 136 Miller, Eddie 68 'Miller, George 80 g Miller, Kathleen 68, 157 Miller, Linda 68 Miller, Ramona 53 y , Miller, Randy 29, 156, 164 Miller, Robert 80, 118f,Q if 6 , 5 Miller, Sara 53 1 g, 'Vkjjl'1jff"f 7 g 1 7 Miller, Timothy 68 I .'1e 'S ,,., I f 2' 1 Mizlgiigan, Jay 68, 120, 136, f,172f, 200, Milligan, Louise 80, 139, 141, 160, 169 Milligan, Walter Mills, Elie 80, 169 Mills, arc 68, 93 Moler, Patricia 29, 124, 150, 140, 168, 169 Mondron,Robert 80 Mooberry, Dale 53, 167 Moore, Dale Moore, Darrell 29, 159, 167 Moore, Mary 80, 97, 169 Moorhous, Bradley 80 Moorhous, Deborah 29 Moots, Paul 69 Morgan, Alan 29, 205 Morgan, Carrie 80, 97 Morgan, Jacquline 29 Morgan, Patricia 80 Morris, Dennis 80 Morris, john 53 Morris, Patricia 69 Morris, Sandra 53 Morrison, Steven 69, 120, 130, 148 Morton, jeffrey 69, 104, 135, 136, 159 Morton, Joel 80, 90, 93 Moser, Bryan 80, 148 9 , Moser, Kirk 69, 94, 96, 101,104, 105, 107, 166 Moss, Ricky 29 if 'oyl girr ,1,,' Q Moushon, Kevin 53, 136 1 Moushon, Maurice 80, 90, 143' M 1 Moushon, Raymond 29, 118,'119', 159, 143 Mueller, Daniel 80, 120, 148 Mueller, Doug 29 Mullins, Stephanie 29, 94, 104 Mullins, Todd 69 Murphy, Brian 29, 165 Mruphy, Molly 80, 169 Murphy, Pamela 80, 141, 150, 138 Murray, David 53 V Murray, Scott 69 Musgrave, Kimberly 69, 162 Musgrave, Sherry 29, 165, 205 Mutters, Nancy 53, 164 Mutters, Scott 80 Muzzarelli, Lisa 69 Munarelli, Mark 29, 118, 131, 156, 157, 164, 205 Myers, David 80, 148 Myers, jeff 29, 20, 123, 156, 146, 198 Myers, Richard 53, 123, 165 --pJ-- Neaveill, Kim 53 Neible, Stephen 30 Nelson, Eric Nelson, Kristel 53 Nelson, Stuart 53 Nepolello, Fred 30, 158 Neubauer, Steven 80 Newell, Deborah 53, 170 Newell, jeff 80 Noel, Kaja 81 Novel, Amy 53, 165, 168, 170 Noyes, Susanne 81, 97, 169 Nuxoll, Rhonda 81, 97 --q7-- O'Con:nell, Julie 69 Oedewaldt, janet 69, 157 Oertle, Cheryle Oestinann, Rhonda 69, 168 Oldham, Susan 81, 150, 167 Oldham, Teressa 81, 169 Olinger, Kathy 54, 116, 157, 165 Olinger, Kimmey 69, 116 Oliver,Cjames 81, 160, 166, 74, 148 Oller, onnier 30 Oller, Marjean 54 Olsen, Phillip 81 Olson, Carol 29, 54, 168 Ondrey, Anthony 36, 164, 170, 171, 232 Ondrey, Kim 69, 97 Ondrey, Matt 81, 94, 96 Oney, John 54, 142 Oney, Joleen 81 Opperman, Erik 30, 118, 119, 164, 165, 170, 171, 205 Opperman, Linda 69, 96, 97, 101, 157, 163, 168 Orr, Kelli 69 Osbome, jennifer 69, 139, 159 Osborne, Mary 30, 159 Ott, Jennifer 54 Overturf, Cindy 81 Owen, Chris 81, 120 Owens, Karen 69 Owens, Patrick 54, 118 Owens, Paul 69, 111, 119, 120 Owens, Phillip 30, 111, 118 Owens, Rick Oyer, Michael 69 Parcel, Bonnie 30, 158, 198 Park, Cheryl 30, 111, 158 Park, 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Wiegand, Doug 73 Wiegand, Linda Wilcox, Greg 34 Williams, Jeff 73 Williamson, Brad 83, 136 Williamson, Kim 34, 94, 104, 158, 198, 205 Williamson, Nancy 83, 157, 169 Williamsoai, Thomas 73 1 6 Williamson, Tim 58, 167 Wilmert, Marti 58, 90, 94, 104, 170 Wilmert, Kyle 83, 136 Wilson, Kevin 83, 120 Wilson, Lori 83 Wilson, Michael 73 Wilson, Tammy 58 Wingard, Robert 73 Hootman 160, 188 Hughbanks 191 Kaufman 181 Kelley 181 Key 139, 182 Kiesler 187 Kimmey 181, 44 Jounce 186 Lessley, 190 Lemoine 185 H. Lindley 167, 184 K. Lindley 181 Lynn 186 Martinie 188 Marquart 182 Maurer 181, 232 McDonald 118, 182 Mote 187 Nannen 135, 136, 183 Oettle 148, 184 Ogg 189 Parry 186 Pierce 180 Reiser 128, 182 Repplinger 123, 142, 143, 190 Winkler, Kevin 83, 131 Winnett, Geoffrey 73 Wittmer, Susan 58, 90, 96, 102, 103, 194, 168, 200 Witzig, Gwendolyn 73, 67, 97, 113 Witzig, Scott 34, 104, 156, 135 Witzig, Tim34,111,118,119,156, 160, 145 Woemer, Thomas 34, 118, 119, 156, 164, 135 Wohlert, Dean 73, 162 Wood, Mary Woods, Yvonne 35 Wright, Lindsay 73 Wright, Michael 59 Wright, Michael T. 83, 94 Wuthruch, Donna 35, 205 Wuthrich, Mary 83, 97, 169, 139 Wynd, Gary 35 Wynd, Jeanne 59 Wynd, jim 59, 159, 93 Wynd, Terri 35 , Wynn, Tom 83 --y.- Yarbrough, james 59, 90, 93 Yarbrough, Kathryn 73 Yeargain, Daetta 35, 158 Yifbgf, Christy 59, 168, 169, 141, 150 3 Yocum, Charles 35 Yordy, Brent 59, 167 Yordy, Charlotte 73, 97, 102 Yordy, Christy 60, 73, 117, 160, 163 Young, Carrie 83, 90 Young, Clinton 35, 90, 142 Yuhas, Mike 73 UZ-- Zacharia, joe Zehr, Gary 73 Zehnghlie 73, 96, 97, 162 Zell, 73, 120 Zimmerman, Anita 83 Zimmerman, Barb 36, 165, 205 Zimmerman, Cara 35 Zimmerman, Carol 73 Zimmerman, Mark 35, 135 Zimmerman, Steve 83 Zimmerman, Tom 35, 159 Zittritsch, jeff 73, 94, 96, 104 Zobrist, Amy 35, 102, 200 Zobrist, Ann 82, 97, 103 Zobrist, E? 83, 123 Zobrist, ' a 59 Zobrist, Mike 83, 148, 120 Zuke, Anna 59, 170 Reynolds 150 Roth 180 Schmidt 188 Schupp128, 130, 131, 183 Schwenk 185 Sieb 157, 185 Shipton 183 Smith 121, 122, 143, 142, 182 Strunk 183, 159 Stuckey 124, 140, 141, 169, 182 Tucker 44, 188 Turley 184 Turner 185 Waibel 182 Walker 158, 191 Weachter 188 Whitsitt 158, 190 Wood 180 Zwangiz 183 Patterson 177 Whitsitt 177 Murphy 178 Corey 178 Cordell 179 Studinger 179 Shanks 179 ,. . -,fr ,gf , , 1,1-5, ,' : Q , W, 4, ,-ff ,v. 4' ,V W4 . . . as , rw. 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He was always there doing things he didn't have to do. - -To Tazewell News for generously lend- ing sports picture for the staff to use . - -And to Miss Diana Maurer, an advisor in the true sense of the word, She made it work, she made it bearable . '77 Cauldron Editor fl 1 TM 'K xfiv A14 , A 'VL .'. : l L' 0? .' ' 'TH 5:1 1 V V ,, vfv- ,gli-X ' may rf m.vf,.kY:m 1, , u, :. V, ,.. .., ie J , II 5? V5 1 Y


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