Muscatine High School - Auroran Yearbook (Muscatine, IA)

 - Class of 1977

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CLOCKWISE: Ass't Supt. john Watson, Esther Dean, Herb Sywassink, Chris Zogg, Ed Caliger, Ann Hart, Sec. Pauline Hart, Supt. Art Sensor Wayne Gardner, Ken Huber, Business Mgr. Gil Huseman. C ' Qi it wig s 'tw ,LQ it P -f its l 'F L lust check. Hearing t t e g t y f stud t s were measlesssh ts nd Risk F to bl dttL Fy th trdb ho! s. ana r ermu y o audiolqgist Mary Mills. f mlssls 6 lWaar4slhliis N f,,y 6 ,,y, sltlt sniisiwtls .,,,. ,,yWy ,y,y, yyyyy .,,,y ,,,y, y,,yy ,y.y, y,,yy l.yyy y,,y, ,..Ly y.,yW ills ,y,y ,y,,f yyyyy y,,yy fy..y f,.yy yy,yy ,,,, is ,y.,. ,,.y, ,y.yy ,y.,y ,.... y,,,y ,,.,1 .,,., y,,,, ,,,y1 . 6 , , 6 , . , . 66 6l6tl1aiyfrasft miss ,,.y, ,,,.1 .,,,y yy..y ,.y.y ,yy,y ,..y, 6 y,y,y ,..yy ,y.yy , 6 l,.y, ,yyiy yyy,, 5 ' ssQi4ir1Qslri+s .,yfy yyy,, ,y.yy ,y.y, ,,.y, .,.y, .,.yy ,,,,, 6 . y.,,, ,,y, 1y,y. ,,..y ,,y., ,,.y. y,y,, i r 1 l 6 lQlllllDWlllEllliwlllllSSlllllNlQ 1..., ,.,., 1,.y. Q ill Q is Window seal. Principal Fr k Allen discusses attendance records with M june Kleffman. Rapping th th y th l exper t MHS q d M l Risius t h lp t d t th h l d h i l r thb dp bl ali afivm An brunt wahvnin Pride begins at home, and there's no better place to boast school spirit than in one's own gym. Although the school emblem was dedicated last spring, it carried us through another prideful year. z-16436. 4 Opening V -wma, . Q The sign was a nice place to wait for a ride home, but most people weren't pleased with its headstone-like appear ance. So, shops students constructed a new wooden one, more striking and befitting of our school. The reaction v favorable. We made it work. Trees lined the sidewalks and building thanks to members of the Youth Conservation Corps who planted them last summer. The tiny trees offered a shade and acted as a windbreak. 11 I ' y v-454, f N lam! Right from an old, familiar school we were flung into one with fresh paint, new classes and unfamiliar faces. Nervous? Anxious? Unsure? You bet we were, but after a year of adjustments we settled into life in a new school. The memory of that hectic first year W had faded. When we entered those purple and gold doors last fall, it was the second time around for most of us. A year older and a year wiser, we had grown with our environment. It was no longer the "new building," but "our school." We saw this year as a challenge, an opportunity to put to work ideas that we were afraid to bring up before. The year was ours and we were determined to make it special, and ready to make it work. 42" ts its S? iff ,ir-H 3. ,ze Q Y S ,sa RR Rolled up sleeves were a common sight during Risk Factor. Here Andy Seynaeve is tested for high cholestrol by a nurse in the program. Muscatine is one of three test cities nation-wide involved in the Coronary Risk Factor Program which is in its seventh year. A crowd-pleaser. With the reaction of 'this crowd no one would guess that we had no pep club for the second year in a row. Even at this out-of-town game, against Bettendorf, we found strength in numbers, thus making Muskie spirit work. Opening 5 , .-l -1 Mot ivation:Self- Assurance to Reach ut Il l A Time out for lunch and talk. The noon hour A place to sit is made available for tennis always finds the cafeteria buzzing with life as at the new courts. Building friends gather for food or just a place to sit and increased spectator turnout at games. visit. 4-xx iw Gettingthe feel of the new track, Greg Harper practices his hurdling skills, The track was utilized by gym classes as well as the school's athletic teams. . .1 M ' Onlyithebeginning, construction ofthe pools is in its infant stages. The pool is expected to be finished next fall. ' ' ' 6 Opening f N ur school - the words had more meaning this year. They sounded positive, direct, sure - reflecting us. Unlike before, we had gained a self-identity. We knew it. We felt it. It was time to let the world know about it. How? Some ways were as subtle as the signs in front of the office listing communities and teachers, as silent as the green grass and new trees lining the building, even as Huffin' and puffin' to stay ahead of his opponent Ed Castillo dashes toward the finish line. Both track teams did exceptionally well with the' sophomore team winning the Mississippi Valley Championship. ' Q- simple as bleachers at the tennis courts. Other ways were as bold as the new pool and track in back of the school, as solid as the wooden sign replacing the concrete one at the Cedar Street entrance, or as striking as the school emblem hanging in the gym. But no matter how nonchalant or- outspoken our means were, the end resultsealways let everyone know "this is Muskie Country," our school and we're proud of it! . YF!li Nas.. ,Numb United SYHTGS Student-For-a-Day brought parents to MHS to Looking for recruits the U.S. Air Force sent a hit the books once again. 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Superintendent Arthur Sensor presented the class to the school board, represented by Mr. Herbert Sywassink while Reverend Morrison performed the Benediction for the ceremony. Briskly stepping, the graduates evacuated the field house to go forward into their chosen professions, teacher, lawyer, banker, doctor, mechanic, hair dresser, secretary, housewife . . . the list is endless. The world that lies ahead of them is full of happiness, sorrow, health, and sickness. The expectations run high and achievement is possible for them. Hanging up their robe, each person once again forgets about future plans and goes off to parties with friends and families. After hours of preparation and anticipation, the young girl was dressed in her flowing formal dress with corsage and entering the Elks Lodge with her 'tuxed' escort. The brightly decorated ballroom serves as an escape into the world of a "Dream Weaver." The band strikes the first chord and the 1976 Iunior-Senior Prom begins. The 1976 Prom was held on May 7, at 9:00 PM. Providing music was the Iowa City band, This Side Up, which played traditional songs, the top 40, and the theme song, "Dream Weaveru. During an intermission, the Schnogleeack Staff provided a skit recalling good memories of the past school year. Refreshments were furnished by the Iunior class and served by members of the Sophomore class. Following the dance, couples attended a midnight movie, Where Does It Hurt? at the Boston Cinema. Leaving the theatre, the couples went their separate ways to attend one of many parties being held. As dawn approached, breakfast consisting of eggs, rolls, and coffee cake was served to the remaining few. Tired, but full of joy and happiness, the young man leaves his girl at her home, jumps into the car and arrives home ready for several hours of sleep. The boutonniere is removed from the rented tux and tossed with car keys, wallet and M change on the dresser. The prom is over but happy memories flood the subconscious as the eyes close and sleep enfolds. 10 Prom! Graduation 1976 Tears of joy and silent wishes of good luck are expressed by Cynthia lohnston as she hugs lean Lettenburger after Commencement. an outstanding performance 4 5 ri A zrkw' 5 4. Bf308YinS dvwn t0 th? Sound of This Side UP Cooling off after a few fast dances in the C""dY T0dd and DQWNS Helllef dance t0 One ballroom, couples gathered for refreshments of the top 40 tunes during the 1976 Prom at the and 2 Chance to rest tired feet. Elks. PromfGraduation 1976 11 Countdown5..,.4...3.. 2 . . . 1 R-r-ring. The last bell of the school year bade a final fare- well to eager beach bums, base- ball nuts, frisbee flippers and summer "funatics." I Whether by lake, pool, river or in the backyard, students could be seen "passing the butter" and slaving to the sun for the sake of darker skin. Braver skin went unprotected by oil or sunscreens, only to come in later boasting beautiful burns. With frisbee still a warm weather craze, picnic areas such as Weed Park, Wildcat Den, and Saulsbury Bridge were monopolized by experts and amateurs alike. Adults and teenagers spent hours hurling the bright colored disks back and forth. Soon they developed trick shots ranging from behind the left ear to between the legs. Competing for field space were the baseball lovers at Weed Park. When the frisbee flippers flew out the baseballers batted their way in. There field com- petitors made the best of their 12 Summer Funflobs l time improving hitting, pitching, and fielding. Swimming had to the most popular sum- mer recreation, bring- ing out the best in all "water bugs". Many students took advantage of their love for the sport and became life- guards, putting their fun to a in in good and profitable use. Swim- ming was still the coolest and most refreshing way to beat the midsummer heat of Iuly and August. It was also as good a chance -as any to get together with friends before the bell that began our summer good- times called us back for another year. ' Making your own friends and fun--that's what summer '76 was all about. Not quite "laws", but Karen Gray exhibits a triumphant smile as a result of her angling success at the Saulsbury Bridge. The Saulsbury Recreation Area provides a widespread variety of accommendations for summer fun. Fun in lAl5lVlTlQVW.., 535 4. gg P P-x ...v A ig 112559 f M , K , , ima. ,r ,-f '2i'?.f P' "' - ,' noi.,-f,if.f. 2- L s- . gy K, H f A . as . ' .. , .N ' rzitk R 834513:-x. ' 1-' Z "' " ' . N ' stwswee we l"""7 "" ,,,. . K fffaerla-e fl -iw., Qkwx ts- ts -- 7' M ' 'W W T 'Ll f.ei?""' - , e- I' K . lr' X i il ,fi if Wt. , f ,' ff., i af5' ,lk,Z A ' w :Mfr ., ' 'ww li Wx ,iv ,Lf + , 4 ' Aa ' K V . -. W ',g,,' xi! Ntttgm vxgd w ,QM Sl," fi I wa fers to . . 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'lla rl Perched in a tree at Saulsbury Recreation area, joel Longtin uses an unusual position to perfect his on-target cast. Swimming is an everyday event in the summer lives of MHS students. Cara Watson and Sue McGuire are sunning at Geneva and occasionally cooling themselves in the refreshing water. lllilii....t , sf ff 4 Summer time finds Mark Larson relaxing and fishing at Chicken Creek in the Saulsbury Recreation area. Summer Funfjobs 13 with u rn rn e , But that's not ALL summer was about! When that 'ol bell rang releasing fun lovers it also released the dedicated workers to their money-making jobs. With a large percentage of the student body taking jobs during the summer of '76 there must have been some valid reasons. What seemed to be the outstanding reasons for students to give up their freedom and enslave themselves to a higher authority? M-O-N-E-Y was an almost unanimous chorus. Money to spend on clothes, cars, stereos, and special hobbies were several of the replies to the question of "what did you use the money for?" Collecting college cash was a predominate factor also. For the most part, kids questioned about their summer jobs said that they had been working at local businesses such as gas stations, grocery stores, drug and clothing stores. At these businesses workers had little difficulty getting off for special occasions or plain personal enjoyment. Not only were there local jobs available, but students also managed to some galloping around the country at jobs such as corn detassling, truck driving and farming. These work-hands started early in the morning, merely to slave away in the blazing sun, developing aching backs and blistered fingers. Relief came once a week or once every two weeks when that soothing check eased the pain of poverty. Often jobs were taken in hopes of gaining work experience. Others took their jobs for consuming spare time or getting together with friends. Experience was gained at camps by seniors Anne Six, john Lazio and Tom Siering. Their action was just one of the many ways for students to combine personal interest with a pay check. No matter what their reasons, students gained in some way or another from friendship, work experience or cash. They worked and made it work for themselves as individuals. Combining summer fun with a iob, Tammy Overton plays checkers with one of the children in the Summer Play- ground Program at Grant School. Tammy was the assistant instructor. JQDS Farm robs are as time consuming as robs in the city. Fueling up is just one of the little jobs Marvin Levetzow has to do before moving of the heavy work of the day. 1 . ,, ' W .lg K , ' H wh A few if fi, ew eff 'f 1 s 1 'if' if fi A 'K W L W, --... c.,,.,-,,., ,, ,, ,....A f - , V 4-nw, W.. '. V . rib: sri, ' .1 . - . Drive-in restaurants furnish many job open- ings for MHS students. Shelly Reynolds has a beaming smile on her face as she waits on a customer at the A8lW Drive-in. Building his own enterprise, Bob Mittman spends his summer days, five days a week, five hours a day, cutting grass. -a summer job with other ature Blisters! june seventh, 1976 introduced these and a seven-thirty AM roll call to the newly chosen Youth Conservation Corps IYCCI members. Twelve girls, twelve guys, two youth leaders, Debbie Pallischeck and Bob Hoffman, plus Kathy Reusswig, Mr. Charles Bogardo, Mr. Ron Kiser, Mrq Richard Shaw, and Mr. R.L. Casini all felt anxious to begin the eight week series of ecology-loaded learning sessions. At the end of that first day, unworn workboots were quickly broken in 'after one "get acquainted" hike that aching feet would not soon forget. Simply the beginning . . . An average day began at seven-thirty AM with roll call followed by a wonderful warm-up of calisthenics. After the tools were 16 YCC distributed, the crews piled into trucks and took off for their specific work areas. Work crews were formed and sent to Saulsbury, Chicken Creek, Muscatine High School, Evermyers Pond and Weed Park. Here, the determined, tool-ladened hard-hats mowed, clipped, polished, painted, planted, and even did construction work: whatever needed to be done to make the areas cleaner and ecologically safer. Sound like hard work? Don't let anyone tell you that it wasn't, but there were good times, too! "WeedieFwhipping," or clearing areas loaded with tall, thick weeds with a sickle, was a task that proved to be more fun than work .to most YCC'ers. Water fights with fire hoses, frisbee games in rivers, Icontinued on page 181 The Tot lot Obsticle Course at the Saulsbury Recreation Area was one of the major projects undertaken by the Youth Conservation Corps during the summer. i . ,ga Af in new Wd, f fy 4 'gif 0 My loading logs to be sent to the Tot Lot, Mike Mitchell and Russ Gillenwater pass the early morning hours telling jokes. Q W, i ' 9 I 5 0, vp, av if in JM' I in 1. .i,,. . , 'i' Q 'fly '." ,, ' .l,,,,ff 4 ,aw , i i Calisthenics, a 'favorite' activity among all YCC'ers was endured by all enrollees every morning promptly after roll call. 'YCC 17 YCC continued and a lot of canoeing, provided for a break in the hectic weekly work schedules. Thanks to YCC, Chicken Creek flowed smoothly, free of wood snags, inviting nature-lovers to a better looking area. Our school, with its landscaping still in infant stages, matured rapidly as 105 different types of evergreens were planted throughout the grounds. The grass was mowed and well taken care of and bare spots were soon sprouting thick and full, evening out the once blochy lawn. One of the more difficult tasks awaited the crew sent to Weed Park. Workers here had to lay rock at the lagoon to prevent the edges from weakening and slumping into the duck's territory. On a recreation day, the entire group went to the Fairport Fish Hatchery to study the fish and learn about the operation of a hatchery. Did the intricacies of shooting a rifle ever intrigue you? YCC'ers learned the fundamentals of clay pigeon shooting at the Isaac Walton Lodge. Beside learning carpentry and nature hints, a trip to a district rally served as a good basis for new friendships to be formed. The Youth Conservation Corps began in 1974, and in two years has developed an organization of professional high school ecologists trained in the field of area improvement. YCC enabled those students and teachers concerned about the environment to work together to make Muscatine and surrounding areas better for all its inhabitants. 18 YCC r Reconstructing one of the two YCC canoes, jennifer Fox cuts off excess material so the canoe can be painted. Mark Buckley, Roxanne Burche and Cate Sheller cut down weeds along the Saulsbury Recreation Area roadside. Weed cutting, commonly known as "weedie whipping" is another "big favorite" in YCC. 5, , M ""::f2n i 9 it r M rzmv-454' Clad in leather gloves, steel toed boots and hard hat, lim Kim prepares a hole for a post which will support the kids as they climb up the chain ladder of the Tot Lot Obsticle Course. Lynne Goedken and Bob Hoffman take advantage of youth leader Ron Kiser's turned back to play taxi, but unfortunately for Lynne, the taxi turned out to be a dump truck. YCC 19 M Y :ik . u,l! xf. ix? J, Aft I N ,..-ff' ' ,.v"' Fi. If . ik 59' A. -' 9 ,Ls-:Q ' K . ,fi , 31? fx-fx Z, , , .f-. 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Only sand, gravel, dirt and fragmented chunks of what was once the busiest street in downtown Muscatine. Take away the graters, dump trucks, and other road repair equipment, and you could have filmed an episode of GUNSMGKE right in the middle of Second Street. , The city of Muscatine began its beautification program for the downtown area in May, and continued improvements and construction through October. Steps taken to "make the downtown work" involved completely rebuilding a four block area of Second Street from Iowa Avenue to Walnut Street. After widening and repairing the sidewalks and streets, workers added several wooden benches and installed cement planters at each corner of every intersection. For weeks, businesses in the area were inconvenienced by the torn up streets and sidewalks. Faithful shoppers had to battle the dust, "watch their steps" climbing over chunks of brick and metal, and avoid falling into huge holes. Traffic had to be rerouted constantly as workers completed, the streets block by block. Beautification was not limited to Second Street. At the riverfront, parking lots were expanded and new ones built where old vacant buildings once stood, to accommodate the expected heavier traffic. In the park area, an open air pavillion was erected, overlooking the Mississippi. looming upward in the gray sky, the high-rise apartment for the elderly is completed in stages. In several months, it would be ready to house many awaiting senior- citizens. - Urban renewal took placeon. Third Street, as cranes and scaffolding hovered over the frame of what would soon be new high rise housing for the elderly. Its location would make it ideal for tenants wishing to shop downtown.. Although the inconveniences y .ytgg y during the beautification period liyl were many, theilfinal results were' worth every parking problem, every bit of dust in the eye and every ' chuckhole your feet managed to land in. . . g gg We gained our new downtown and made more important gains if where community ties were concerned. Citizens worked to make their community a special place for everyone. We made it work, together. g x 3. -v rt rf' :ku A tree grows in Muscatine at the corner- oft each intersection on Second Street. Shoppers look forward to at greener downtown next spring as the treesadd a touch of nature to the ominous coldness of the gray concrete buildings. r ' i ' ' ' i ' 'S Urban Renewal 21 n 1 f me ke Remember those years when all we had to do to register for school was go to our homeroom and the teacher passed out the schedules for the upcoming year? Well, that was all fine and dandy in junior high, but as we saw high school looming ahead, to our vocabulary came a phrase only the upperclassmen could chuckle about-the fine art of "self-scheduling". Self-registration appeared at Muscatine High on August 26 and for the incoming sophomores it was, indeed, a new experience. When asked, "What did you think of the registration procedure?" one sophomore lamented 'LI thought the registration system was really confusing. The teachers should work out the schedule and not the students." Others liked the system of registration because they had oppotunities to arrange their classes at the times they wanted, and the freedom of choice was not restricted by the faculty. Self-scheduling is one event that can make or break a person's composure depending on where their initials fall in the time slots in the registration booklets. Stumbling through the halls on the opening day of school proved to be an event which many appeared to enjoy. Greeting summer-lost friends, reacquainting ourselves with "squeaky-clean" floors, and the major first-day search for lockers, classes and lost combinations made it a day most people would never forget. For "veteran" juniors and Seniors, the day proved to be more of a casual, "hey-haven't-seen-you- all-summertype day. They spent much of their time between classes guiding bewildered Sophomores Sophomores were usually easy to spot. They were the f'huddles" moving through the halls. They were the faces with, "Will I maintain my sanity?" and "a year of written all over them. When the 3:15 bell finally rang, everyone made mad dashes to lockers before pouring out the doors to waiting buses and cars. On the way home it slowly dawned on us that we'd made it over the first hurdle. The question now was would it be a smooth race, or a steeple chase to the end? 22 RegistrationfOpening Day One swift kick. Frustrations of opening day face Lorine Keller as she attempts to open her jammed locker. Stubborn lockers served as a reliable excuse for class tardiness. -1,7 lik, ge. it through the day The first stop in the registration process was an orientation session given by Mr. Morgan. This session, where the closed classes were listed and general instructions given, was repeated every half hour with the arrival of more students. Preliminary and final checkout procedures await sophomore Mary Garbutt after she transfers her list of classes to a permanent schedule card. ,- Even or odd. Adjusting to the fact that even numbered classrooms and lockers are located on one side of the building and odd classrooms and lockers on the opposite side can be confusing for almost any sophomore or incoming student. lennifer Paetz and Pam Sachs check their schedule cards to make sure they're in the right wing. ,--an wae, - my-.. r How many credits? Debbie Devore and Theresa Brown seek advice from Mrs. Elizabeth Wheeler on their class selection and possible schedule changes, Teachers and counselors were on hand to inform students of class offerings and to make sure they carried a sufficient number of solid subjects. Registration!Opening Day 23 9 thxs is IU said td V Blile 1MOhdSyS '25 No Cne Escopes The Where to go from here? jeff Reist and Marla Hoopes receive instructions from a committee member at the Republican Headquarters. L Tired feet tell Sue Mills to rest on the stairstep for a minute while she checks her list for houses she must cover in the next block. Sue was one of many students who got special release from school on November 2 to help promote the vote. Number, I mean voter please. Ginner Mull works as a phone caller at the Democratic Headquarters, spending her afternoons calling registered Democrats and reminding them to vote. 26 National Elections E E I E? "no x'.::n . . "What time did you say that Presidential debate starts tonight?" "Eight-thirty." "Oh, good. 'Kotter' won't be pre-empted!" Actually, it's doubtful that many people became upset when their favorite programs were pre-empted during the three nationally televised debates. Too many students were concerned about "their candidate" and the issues to worry about 'Archie and Edith' or 'Rhoda and Ioe'. No, they'd just have to wait. We had more important things to think aboutg, ourselves and our next 200 years-well, at least the next four! Seniors discussed and criticized the debates in government classes, and friends carried on their own debates in the cafeteria, in the halls, and even on the buses. Lockers, bumpers, and notebooks were covered with stickers advertising Saying it with music is one way Phil Crews manages to boast his choice in the upcoming election. The stickers on the tuba could be clearly seen from the stands. FordfDole and Carterflvlondale as well as local candidates such as lim Leach and Ed Mezvinsky who were vying for lst District Congressman. Carter's peanut necklaces gave the Planter's Peanutman a real run for his money. Almost everyones shirts sported Ford or Carter buttons, with the exception of a few souls who still believed that ANixon was the one'. The student who wanted to get involved in other ways besides voting, worked for the party of his or her choice. They became door knockers, phone callers and sign planters in effort to get the community out to vote. The result of concern on the part of everyone, was the best voter turnout ever in Muscatine for a national election. That's good politics, and by getting involved, we made it work! National Elections 27 HCLIDAYS aaatmg The holiday celebration began before the start of Christmas vacation. Besides annual family get togethers and other home-style festivities, school dances were held, along with parades and a student dressing as Santa Claus. People shared in the Christmas spirit, ' determined not to let the holidays go by unnoticed. Two weeks before Christmas vacation began there was a HToy Land Parade" around the Muscatine Mall. That night car horns began beeping at giraffes, clowns, tigers, snowmen, Santa, Little Bo Peep and other various members of the parade. Gne participant said, "It was something different and was done with quite a lot of enthusiasm." Not only was it a good time, but the FIL community made 100 dollars because of the participating students in the parade. Students from the Fine Arts and Traditional communities also participated. In place of having the annual Turkey Gobbler dance at Thanksgiving time, .the Goose and Gander dance was held at Christmas. Five senior boys and girls were chosen to be candidates for Goose and Gander. At the dance, the results of the student body votes were announced as Michelle Herwig was chosen as goose and Iohn McAreavy was the gander. Iohn exclaimed, "It was a nice dance, but I did not like wearing a cape and a plunger on top of my head." The dance was a new and memorable experience for all who attended. "Ho, I-Io, I-Io" were the sounds heard coming down the hall the last day before Christmas vacation. It was Santa Claus who added spirit to our school during sixth and seventh periods. Matt Kolar played the role of Saint Nick to the hilt as he gave out candy, rang bells and visited a few classrooms. New Year's Eve was celebrated with the first annual dance held in the high school cafeteria. The Chataqua Road Band from Red Oak, Iowa had the crowd boogying to a variety of popular rock hits, as balloons and New Year's Eve hats added to the evening. Not only at Christmas time were the holidays celebrated by students. On February 14th many hearts were beating as students received cards, candy, flowers or other gifts from their sweethearts. Holidays are a special time both out and inside of school for students. Celebrations are moving continuously and always bring the students closer together. f ,,.,f,,..... J , M -V I N-. S 28 Holidays HO!H0! HO! Santa Claus lalias Matt Kolarl co-hosts the French class Christmas party with Miss Sorden. Santa also wandered the halls spreading good cheer and candy. Clowning around with the lion's tail and conversing with friends, Kevin Kiser, Valerie Wright, Sue Richmond, Mary Peterson and an unidentified knight prepare to march in the Toyland Parade. mid'-'term monotony s ff hcl 3 i'i"f 1' i . 1 ..A',g. ns, 5 Q... 4 'file 5 2'4" nuff o m,q.4'n" 0' ' ,o4. a aff' 'uffs ' .r 'L --fs. 22' t. 2 A ' V A-u D . - wi 4 A' Tiff' R I Xt Q 4' X4 .D V j '7jl1',ffF1 il fi gs ,,iX .ggawggut . t piiifq-2+ .14 Q. :..'g,Lf.,! IT.-'! ' - f :Ks Spending New Year's Eve in the school cafeteria, Rick Hultquist and Sue McBride dance to the beat of the Chataqua Road Band In the background Debbie Oglivie, Diane Hoffman and Teresa Colton practice the latest dance steps. 5. V E .. W, 5 - Q 1 r a 9 E i 2 e 1 B3 A heart of sweets for his sweetheart is what Bruce Etter felt was in order on Valentine's Day, and Karen Henderson obviously did not object to the sentiment. Lepricans and wee people were never spotted but several green clad Irish like Lisa Farless, Terri Davis and Pam Nelson were found merry-making in the cafeteria in celebration of St. Patrick's Day. X l Holidays 29 Rnnmniheh Good My alarm goes off in the dead of night. I stare into the darkness of my room, knowing full well it is 5:30 AM. I wish, like I do every morning, that I lived in town, especially on Saturday mornings like today. But Mom and Dad are already up so I stagger out of bed, get dressed and go downstairs. As I slump into a chair near the kitchen table mom hands me a glass of Anita Bryant's favorite cocktail . . . just the beginning of an average day in the life of a farm kid. Without further theatrics, Dad and I go outside. Dad leads to the barn to start the milking while I attend to the calves and pigs. The newborns are bottle-fed fresh milk until about two weeks of age. They are then trained to drink milk replacer and water from a bucket instead. This way there is more milk to sell. The pigs have their own self feeders, but they have to be filled and their water has to be checked, especially in the winter when the pipes can freeze up. A quick look-see and I'm off to the machine shed to get the tractor and silage wagon. The engine revved up and the doors wide open I shove the tractor into first and let 'er rip. A couple of sharp turns later and I have positioned the wagon under the silo Chute and have turned on the silage unloader. This doesn't mean I can sit back and relax, the chute only dumps in one part of the wagon I have to spread it around. With the old hay fork in hand, I stand in the middle of the growing mound of silage pitching it left and right and ultimately down my back. When I've had enough I struggle up from my green grave and shut off the unloader. Oh, sweet silence! There is no need to ask what is to be done next. I head for the milkhouse. Dirty milk pails, the transferer, a stack of replacer-encrusted calf pails and the now-empty milk tank shout their instructions at me. I spend the rest of my morning up to my elbows in Klenyade and diluted hypochloric acid. Lunchtime! I head for the house thinking I could eat a horse, and with Dad cooking lMom's at workl that's exactly what it tastes like. An hour long bicarb break and it's outside again. Since it's winter and there aren't any crops to cultivate or harvest I tinker with broken machinery and look around for things to repair until five o'clock. Then it's back to feed the calves and bring in the night's loak of hay for the dairy herd. Dad starts the milking, then I take over so he can work on the records and bookkeeping. I finish around 6:30 and the buckets and transfer system are cleaned by 7:00. I switch off the lights and step out into the cold, starry night. No city lights to obliterate the vastness of the sky above. "Gee, too bad everybody can't live on a farm in the country." High kicks are usually only seen in chorus lines, but Marvin Levetzow gives it a try to break up an unshelled corn cob jam. 30 Farming r Corn flakes never see this end of the line. This corn is destined for cow feed and silage after Marvin Levetzow stores it. Kr' Si P 5 .vga N. Q . 1. , K is P gs up ' -, ,ssfMQ f -4 3 ,wx r. . M, Q' vo... . I . - ... " I J I -s -I 1 ' " " , . .iz . - ,.. vi ,A . - , A .J..AgA' n 2. .. A ,Q '--' -..i',,' . .1 t .T .--,' H, .x. A' ... K f .A V lllhllll llMlllEC MlllllllNlQ , .i .,. it A A ,. , , . A, , ,,,. 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A A . . "How'about pogo sticks?"1 1 I 'fYeah, rights I-Ieywlook wiseguys, ' t 7 f'1it's.balloon's! Thatfwas a pretty clever , q,7Ast11nAt, those juniors ipulled for part A . . ofthe field decorationlff A 'I t 5 they de'c'ora.ted all 'morning A ...QQ11 while weggot' allthefglory .matching out A' 1 l 'I here this morningifor. -the .pig roast. . felt5fButlfwhat'happehed?IIthought theyiwo-re 'V " A- Q-gonnairoast a'.whole pig!'7 I V f A E A3.A'ff'Wcll, at last year's roasttheipig A didjn't getlcompletely, cooked, ....Aa+i......y ' fkidswere being served half-cooked -meat." . af. "That 'explains Mr. Casini's long A A lectures onA,trichinosis in Bio H." I . A- ' Q AffAnyway, they 'decided pork burgers .A+ .would cook'better..I didnit think they a . I. wouldbe any good, buttheyi tasted all . Too.b'ad,thereAwasn't anyiketchup for fem." .ff A you get enough to eat?'.' A AA A I . A A"S'fire.did. I made itfback in time ' W ' W I for the Coronation at the gym this after- ' noon, too.. Did yoAu?'.' l . ' "Of course! Thepom :pon girlsand everyone elsewho. helped decorate did I 'i great"job. I hardlyrecognized the gym! ' "We had Quite .a turnout for the crowning, t didn't we?" . ' A I I A A 1 I ' A "Real,lyQ those bleachers were packed! 1 A Remember theff-irerup speechesflike the I' ' 3 Ai one Mrt Welk gave?'What was that guys if I tname4Xiyou'kriow, the javelin'Athrow'er?" I j A ' ii "Wofofeirm'an. .Ifthinkf Oh well. he .was if '- a iavelin thrower the Qlympics whol the I ' pin: A .' gs 1' .f . 'I 'I ' I z 1 1 fi' ' .1-...Wt . 1 -:Al A . A., , .V ......,.. 3 . , - A A I , .. , U. .., -f A . f,'... .V - '.e- . . , 'tv . - , . . . -. it , ' A ..,. . .. N.. r . . .-.. v A.. ,t ....- fats fiQr7St'. W1 ui? s?'b6i'f.. Sattstii, :Yi . A t fyelling 'Woofermaiiiliwoofermanlf'A 'I 'flwff A 1 lj ,"That was a .gob7d7'speech,' but it I , . .Qoa-ch White's3spepAtalk5jto our1en'tireA Vg. ,A 3332. ' lstudentlbod-y thatfbrought the rumble, to the roar., I've1n'eycr'heard. our classes yell so f ' 5 lv loud We 1'CiI1LVl1HCl the spirit!" 'A 'A - '3 . "Yeah, andgbestof all we still do! You .. can see itieveryzwhere. Iustilook, the I' AA . standstare jammed with fansQA,Some. evenf. jj , have signs. 'FIRE-UPf, CO AMUSKI4EfS7l.Thisif-. is fantastic. Cfmongi lAet's' geAti.afcheeAr' A ' i. I' A 89mg-'God FIGHT. I 3. i..a" I f ' "And 'Agof fight, Wiip".yv.Q' did. UNO, 'we i '.' didnft win the game, In fact we. lostwith , X . ia'-heartbreaskihg 40-0 scoiie again-st the 1 Bulldogs of Bettendorf, but our victories- A f A came in other respects.,WAe were winners in Q separate class competition. as theiunior girls. beat. the senior girls 14-0 in the I W ' powderpuff game. That Thursday night no I class went undefeated.iThe sophomore girls 'A A beat both upperclass teams -in the tug-of- A ' war, while the senior guys reigned as .3 Q. I A i I 'champs in ll'lC.IT1CIIlSAdlVlSl0I1.fT,lflG'W'CClC' Awas certainly not a'lossf'not by allongshoh i ..:. For the second year in a rowvwe 'had no , pep cluband for the second year in af row, AAAA X45-Y our spirit flew ,higher thana kitefff 4 I I . ' 'l Unlike last vearg howeverpit was V stronger and more unified. It was I '- evident. You could feel it in the air, Ai' '- f like a positive electrical charged ' l 5 ' between screaming fans in the bleachers ,1 and fired up players on the field. 'A . Muskie radio broadcaster Blaine Calkins I even commented over. the radio that 4 A spirit was extra high Ain the :stands VA. ' that night. Q A ' 'A I 1. . No,.we. didn't winithegame. Wewon something fair more valuable. We proved thatfwe had the spirit and determination of winners. We unconsiously made a pep ' club that night, .but it was not a A ' . special little groupof elite people. Nogit was the besttpep clubiagschool . ' could have because it was a wholei A A unified student body,Aincluding thef A They could. tz1kC'iAlZft1F'A Avictoryyfgg. I they'd Anever getouri I GO, FIGHT, WIN thunders through the gym as Getting signals straight, lim Schildt strains to Coach White's speech brings forthaHomecom- hear Teresa Ales' voice over the roar of the ing spirit yet to be equaled. tractor motor. if , it fr . ff? 1, -A 1 is rvs ii' -L ff t, at at v e r 2 H' , t ':' ff . if ' ' 70 .tf1'ii ' ,T i , X A . I, H I A ,. ,vsi Y F V .k sq, . . , . W kiwi ' V iitt . ' C i s , -iif , 1 it' f F E' ' ff f .C isteet sr's we sst ..2:e:- T 'e'- t C . 1 li V5 , , ' C A tiie f i 30' ""i -' ' I s sst C s a tg T t . . te s"' is esrt' as . 3 3 6 K Y W G 47 :., k tt if V . ,f if U ft is X 3 A.g.l K 4, sy gg' W ,gg, 'g . 1. QF .Q ? i S - Nxgi 'YL 1 . 7, - ' -N ' 'Q K Q 1 It A I 1- h ' 2 if KY Z3 V 2 K V 42?-,Ik 1 -2 K ss- .1 S s 'K' , if y f 'jg as it tai Ut, -' film L- at N' 3, I H M' . 1' ' '13,-A5 n . 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"Steady as she goes" the senior float, nearly finished, is moved to the other side of Amy BosCh's driveway. Tom Siering and Bill Kim maintain their balance while Todd Duncan helps pull the float. We Mt - 4 2 f 'Wt' mul PRF ll gy" li. L . ' X 5. , Q 'H 1 a s 'K whip. 1 x .am x t t t A w it .412 W4 xW!" if ag,-. yi ,, 75 D . fr 4 , we-2-"" R ., 5 1' ff' 4 ,I .I !!,! X, I' ' 1 X 'QF V it ,X "', -il l . A 25 ,.., as-if W W J ww The UQWQV Side Gf all the seemingly endless days we spent in this school, one will never be forgotten. t'This drinking fountain is broken, too! What's goin' on here anyway?" t'They're all like that, kid. You didn't hear? The water main or somethin' like that broke. Anyway there's no water. They've been tryin' to fix it for two hours already." "Well shoot, how's a person supposed to get a drink around here?" "I dunno, but I wouldn't advise drinkin' anything. I mean, there's no running water anywhere. " Sure smells like pizza. Brian Askam prepares for the taste-test, however, he seems to be looking for a volunteer to sample it first. One picture may say a thousand words, but we could not Come up with a caption for this crowd shot of mixed reactions. K HNone anywhere, huh? Even in the-" "Yep. See that masking tape strung across the entrances? It's supposed to keep us out of 'emf' "Wow, you mean the cans are off-limits?" "Well, aren't you the smart one. 'tBut, what if you-" "-Well, first of all, you don't go tryin' to get somethin' to drink. And second, you don't do a lot of movin' around!" "Is there room on that bench for me?" "Yeah, yeah, sit down." "Thanks," iv "Hey, quit rockin' the bench, will ya?" "Oh, sorry. How long you been sittin' here?" "One hour and twenty-three minutes, why?" "I was just wondering." "Well, look kid, do your wonderin' somewhere else, will ya?" "Well, excuse me for livin'. Why are you in such a bad mood today, anyway?" t'Look bud, if you had two bowls of chili, two cartons of milk and a shake for lunch two hours ago, you'd know why. Now scram!" I t". K- s",,, 2 tt.. gtg 1 'H 34 The Lighter Side It's the only way to go. Actually, feet hanging out of an open car window is not an everyday sight, but security guard Paul Thompson seems unconcerned. Stifling a sneeze or scratching an itch, Matt Kolar is caught in the act by a quick thinking camera bug. Having posed himself for all his team pictures, this is one time the shutter beat his ever-ready smile. Wi l my ,,,, i Seeming to find humor outside the football field, Mark Baird displays an amused smile while he misses an exciting play as shown by Debbie Yohn. Class meetings aren't that bad, unless they take away one's study period one period before a test. Sue Witter finds little to smile about at this meeting. ff -...The llQlll9V Side lunior Birdman, rather "Birdperson", ludy Wilson gives the famous salute as she sings "Up l ln The Air, lunior Birdman" in the cafeteria. Bashful-or just bored? The IMC proved to be not such an ideal place to study for Eric Waring when a photographer is on the loose. .,-xv. 1. 5' 4'1?Q'f ' , ... 'Ln' pw 36 The Lighter Side Soaked to the skin after a water fight at the Powderpuff game, cheerleader Mark Gassen follows a dry and nonchalant Jeff Snyder off the field. I f As one will notice, much of the slang of today has been with us since the 1950's, however a few new words and phrases have popped up in recent years. Here is a small sampling of the Slang of '77: "Yeah, right"-expression of disbelief. "The pits"-the worst of everything. "Raudy" loften spelled rowdiel-one who overdoes a good time. "Da"-said with exuberance, it means no kidding. "Super"-fantastic "Kegger"-large social gathering serving liquid refreshments. "Spaced"-not with it. f'Bummed"-down, depressed, angry "Turkey"-uncool person f'Redneck"-one who enjoys making trouble. "I get it"-to comprehend tsometimes used sarcasticallyj. "Mutant"-shortened version of mutation. One who stands out, usually is bending wrist in salute. "Mental"-one who possesses crazy characteristics. . . . And while we're on the lighter side of things, did you know that in 1929 there were three male cheerleaders at MHS and one of their favorite yells was fare you N ready?l: "Skeeter races"-parking on the t'Loop the loop I'lVeI'fI'OI'li. Legp thg gap The Muskies are coming "Submarine races"-same as Get Qff the map." 3k69T9l' FHCGS- We had male cheerleaders until 1961. What happened, guys? "PHI'kiI1g"-if yOU d0H,f know what For those of the senior class this is, you're in trouble. who were unhappy with our class colors, in 1931 the junior class I "P8iI'1f9FS"-D8i1'1T9T IJHINS- colors were Nile Green and Bluish Pink! ' "Prevert" Ipervertl-one who appreciates a good figure in an unappreciative way. X - J l "Some people never quit . . . taking pictures." Although it appears that Cindy Todd is tired of lulie Hansen's story, she is actually avoiding the camera lens, figuring if she ignores it, maybe it will go away. The Lighter Side 37 Christmas is a time when many stores anc offices hold holiday employer-employee parties. Mel Wykert dances with Sue Piecuch ai the HyVee Christmas party. Disco dancin' was a popular way to get together with friends. At the sophomore dance after the Masterson game, students and teachers alike bumped and boogied to present disco hits. Keeping his eye on the pocket, Glenn Huston lines up a shot during a game of pool, a favorite party activity. "Coming home" to an audience who enjoyed them last year, Blue Horizon returns to play at the Homecoming dance for their music fans. 38 I-ntertainment "Boogie Fever", "You Make Me Feel Like Dancing", "Shake Your Booty", "Dazz", "Boogie Child", "I'm Your Boogie Man"-all were hits with one thing in common: just the right disco beat for the latest hustles, bumps and boogies of disco-mania. The Iacksons summed up the impact of the disco craze on the country in just two words: "Enjoy Yourself". We did. But whatever happened to those good old love songs, the ones we had to turn down when mom came around, or else listen to through headphones so noone could catch the words? Oh, they are still-with us, but most love songs took the back seat to the bump and hustle music that swept the nation off its seat and onto the dance floor. Next to American Bandstand, the radio was the easiest place to turn to for the latest songs. Television, just a step behind, got back on beat as popular prime time shows became varieties hosted by musicians such as Captain and Tennile, Iacksons, Donnie and Marie, -f ,f 5 UL ., all 4' 4, Wy 55:51 ,WA , ,,,,, I f i 1, t f vu -.fg,,, M , g 1' 1: fy . ,. ' ef AXVM5 5 Q .5 M ,-f. f,, - samzifff i Get the Beat and even the Brady Bunch broke into the act. Several musicians who had established their fames in the hard rock industry were turning to top-40 for further recognition. Kiss came out with "Beth", surprising fanss with the soft sound most did not know they were capable of producing. A touch of "old Elton john" could be heard in "Sorry Seems To Be the Hardest Word". Not only did making the top-40 charts increase their popularity, it gave groups and individual artists a chance to show' versatility. Love songs were, for the most part direct, often suggestive and sung in a variety of styles. "You Are The Woman" by Firefall was typical of the group's slightly country-rock sound. The soft, orchestral-rock sound, trademark of Barry Manlow was heard in his hit "Weekend In New England". Such songs as "Tonight's the Night" by Rod Stewart and "More Than A Feeling" by Boston fell on the boarderline g between hard and soft rock. No matter how drastically our music styles change, love songs and disco tunes seem to never die. So take it from the BeeGees,' if you can't understand how a "Love So Right Could Turn Out to Be So Wrong", then maybe "You Should Be Dancing," ' When we weren't "bumping" 'or "hustling" or planted between two headphones just "absorbing" and we weren't cracking the books, we were eating. Most students spent many a Friday night after the game at one of 'the town's three pizza restaurants. Pizza Hut was the most popular choice, closely followed by Happy Ioes Pizza and Ice Cream Parlor. Both, however, filled quickly and often beyond capacity. When Iohn's Pizza opened downtown it took care of the rest of the hungry crowd who had given up waiting for tables elsewhere. Foosball, still a favorite student recreation, has captured the intense attention of Tim Peters and Bob Hoffman while at a party in the home of a friend. Boogying to the beat of the Chataqua Road Band, Tom Siering enjoys the school New Years Eve dance in the cafeteria. Entertainment 39 lllUCQ3llllTlHl5Eaf ,Q ' , , 1,94 ' 3 'Fw ,Muir r X, ff' - It K . " if V- 3 A 5 f 1. V l WL' TBA :QQ A 1' R - l f - A , 1 M 3 ' ' e i I ' 5 X ' R H f6 1 r 1 ,, 'f ' v- , of l' li l at F 1 l 2 f :A l ':,-4 1 2 if l , Q I .V 4 1 i ,r VV :ss t V7 77 3-N , V 5 if aff :ll I 5 A . W I NN ' or 1' 'l l i if li, ul 'M lg lvyx W ia N A 8 E l P if l A . l i -' i ,, I Q Vw-1,3 V. :Il - , 1 ,..2 MXL QA . V1 . "H, . t ' 1 l r . A 'fl 1 f t ll' 'f .i .l l All A . . W - M xi V ' A ll I Nw 133' U- ..' T 6 - 4 , 5 . V 0 , tl ,H gf: , " V V A W i X 5 ...os N N Q 'E' " ' , , ,!-. K w-lgglgg. 2' . ' , "'- l 1 1 xl Q D il 5 K. 1 I . f "Carrying On" in the typical Kansas style, the group displays their unforgetable talent during the number "Miracles Out of Nowhere". A touch of Southern rock echoes through the RKO as the Atlanta Rythm Section plays warmup to Styx in january. Single-handedly james Young of Styx captivates the audience with his brilliant guitarmanship. A duel with Tommy Shaw highlighted the evening performance. Q l if 40 Entertainment Q 1 g f M" 'Q . 5 , K' 2 sf yigr t if K' :Ti ' 4, orgy. 'Q , 5 35 f .'T'..,,,.l.. ,, ,W f i sss :lili- f ,351 1 V 1 1, Jim ' ' , Q'--age V , ,, , Q X ,wt k' ". . i fue Q 5 ,sa i A J' 5 iHN....,- ' 3 Qs ,. MW, V r I r I wil ree I 'Guitin' down on some serious guitar playing, jeff D,-f-I1 ol-nlllf 1-An,-fs-0 nAn-f bln-sb QLLA-JAJ ln.. III Last summer a new idea in open air concerts was developed and named the Iowa Iam. With three jams held at the Iowa State Fair people piled into vans and cars during the months of May, Iune, and luly to hear some of the biggest names in the concert world perform. At lam I headliners were Blue Oyster Cult, Doobie Brothers, I. Gyles and Santana. Iam I was so successful that the Iowa Iam II was created. This concert brought REO Speedwagon, Henry Gross, Fleetwood Mac and Kansas to the stage, performing before tens of thousands of fans. Iuly's Iam III boasted the names of Ieff Beck and the Beach Boys, once again drawing the masses of concert-goers out into the summer heat. Most agree that the lams were worth the heat and sunburns. No matter how cold it was this winter the RKO Orpheum Theater in Davenport and the Iowa Fieldhouse in Iowa City held some of the hottest 'X concerts of the year. In lanuary, Styx headlined a ticket with the Atlanta Rhythm Section playing warm-up. Tommy Shaw, the newest addition to Styx, mezmerized fans with his amazing guitar talents. In a guitar duel with other lead guitarist lames Young both men displayed excellence in musical showmanship. Kansas, although performing for their third time in the RKO was still as vibrant as ever. Undoubtedly few will forget their opening number or the way it was staged. The theater lights went out. In total darkness Kansas could be heard .briefly tuning their instruments, then all was quiet. Suddenly, the wail of lone haunting voices split the silence with "Carry On My Wayward Son". A perfectly timed explosion lit the stage seconds later as Kansas ignited the fans with their favorites. Other well-established names in the music profession also toured the area, making this a year for Iowa concert fans to remember. " f ff V' 4' K 'Ft - p ,,,y in- , I A 1 t, ' 'f' . Mi 5, Q ,ix 3 . 3 3, .,. Henry Gross fills the warm lune air with good song and light dance at the Iowa lam Il in Des Moines. His big hit "Shannon" was well received. A welcomed addition to Styx, Tommy Shaw performed like a veteran to the group. His solo in "Crystal BalI" brought the audience to its feet in admiration. Entertainment 41 Ju t Havin Fun With the fall starting out sunny and warm, loyal bikers peddled their way to school on cool mornings and basked in the afternoon sun while riding home. This was just the beginning of a year in which spare time was used for personal enjoyment. Biking was just one of the many personalized sports that students enjoyed. While the weather stayed warm enough to bike to school to tone up those summer tanned muscles there were other sports that kept students outdoors on those sunny fall days. Hunting activists got a head start on the season target practicing on clay pigeons. All those nights of practice paid off as students used their shooting experience to bring down the real thing. Trapping, another form of hunting was especially for small game such as squirrels, muskrat and raccoon. The trapper set up steel "jaws" in order to capture his prey. These were then covered with shrubs in hopes of seizing these small creatures, often for the purpose of selling the furs. As one of the coldest winters we've had in years set in, ski lovers planned outings to resorts like Sundown and Chestnut, while extended weekends during Christmas vacation took them on more elaborate trips, some as far as Colorado or Utah. The constant cold and heavy snows proved enticing, not only to skiers, but sleders and ice skaters as well. Many a cold, blustery night was spent sliding at Weed Park. The With a slcyward gaze, Ron Houseman observes Steve LaRue's aim while with rifle poised, a clay pigeon falls victim to the shot. 42 Personalized Sports Taking the easy way up the slope, Bill Kim hangs on to the tow line at Chestnut Mountain Resort. While it may not give him a "lift" it sure beats side-stepping all the way up. thickness of ice on the park's lagoon brought out those strong ankled, daredevils with ice skates. Between waiting for the chance to ride one of the sleds or putting on the skates the only relief from the cold was in a thermos of hot chocolate. It took a long time for mother nature to recycle her weather systems for warm weather lovers. Giving us only two snow jobsg one of which was on the first day of spring, she finally got down to the business of warming up for spring and summer activities. The bikes were once again removed from the garages. Each day more and more of them were seen at school while their riders dreamed of a long summer and all the time they would have to enjoy the weather and the sports they liked best. an . U 'Q if xv fs' .- 1 .1f.. yr ' 'rig 3' I AY if p rf wk Aja A :Ink ev? 'S' 'L' wa v K .YP D ' n , ff ll ' i y . Q V Q li, he , . P! 5 Q J Q , Qi .35 A l leg locomoted transportation was found to be very popular this year due to gas prices and crowded buses. john Garbutt wheels his way to school like many others. Pushing off their homework and taking advantage of the snow-cover, Cindy Estabrook, leanne Roher, and Steve Lasell squeeze onto a sled and wait for Cathy Rohrer to get them moving. l lhe Great Hunter stalks another victim lrough the tall weeds, Steve LaRue, rifle radled, but ready, waits in anticipation of agging a pheasant. Personalized Sports 43 lzashion Flashback Checking magazines for the latest spring fashions Lisa Chittick and Sue Piecuch display winter fashions in gauchos, tabards and cowl neck sweaters. Reading up on fashion is not necessary for Lynn Weber as she illustrates that she knows painters pants and layered shirts make good fashion sense any day. Governed by his own impeccable taste, Mr. Clyde Gabriel dresses in a stylish contrasting top-stiched jacket, two-toned shoes and broad colorfully striped tie. The scientific approach to stylish dressing turns out very chic for Mrs. Betsy Koehn. Here she experiments with a high collar dress and colorful scarf, accented with large framed glasses. , 1 gg li, "fi A KX .., 44 Fashions li ,X ,, 5-. K--.. alll"""t Fashions took another giant leap backward. Hemlines in skirts remained at half-mast while three-piece suits and a modified version of knickers, called gauchos worked their way out of the Cedar chest. King Arthur would have been amazed to learn that the tabard had become a part of the modern fashion scene. The tabard was a cross between a vest and a poncho. It slipped over the head with a flap of material draping in the front and back. It was joined on each side by two or more ties, depending on the length of the garment. Tabards came in a variety of materials from cotton to wool. They were not only very fashionable, but warm during a record cold winter. Other trends in clothing which proved to be heat-energy savers were leather boots, midi-length coulotts and long underwear, not necessarily worn in that combination. Because of the extreme cold, President Carter's advice was heeded by many, as long -NSA sb Ask- x. . - og A .334 A . am x . skinny .,....,-4-""""' .,..----""' A-yxyw.. . if lvl W Y' '1 I 1 ,. 3Qfk'v.2. s . Q' ' 5 Q ! johns and insulated underwear paired with flannel shirts, jeans and overalls for a warm, comfortable combination. Eye glasses didn't get any smaller, either. Colorful, large plastic frames and tinted lenses were still favored over the once popular wire frames. The Dorothy Hamill haircut, a newcomer to the hair scene, had great impact on the nation, but little impact here. Hair remained as individual as its wearer. Searching for his own type of look, Mark Larson finds it in a casual top-stitched jacket and slack Combination with white print shirt and flashy white shoes. Drawing upon his own knowledge of casual dressing, Kevin Allchin wears his favorite pair of bib overalls. Overalls whether white, blue or striped were popular with the majority of high school people. F ashions 45 Reflecting the romantic mood that prom possesses, Rick Hultquist and Meagan Conway ease into thc- bm! ofa slow tune, i fffg.. ff 1 SSL y , Y -'lion 'I 'J' . N o 5 o , . 'H fr s 535 ,Q ,Q If i - , Q . 5"-HL, A . ,pg .55 54 - - z M! 5 4 f f Q 2 Q E4 if " 'se fl ' . , 1 ? an f M Q Q is 'Ab S 1 Q arg' 3, ff 5 1 4 Q if wiv 1 Q -2 21 Q 5 - 4213? 'S' ', 21. I K, ww . k Q ,M .-, 1. "LL' X Viggo-f, -,g - . xc... --N - R M H' Jw xy 1' 5 xx Q1 fhiwzj fif sf ,N -ax. ak K ' . 'A A ' -1-'T 255, T15 'T' A-,K Kiwi' 4 K X ., fr Lag w F A Y K wld. 15,5 N? . 'Qgiqkgkf .1 f T -A .. .1-S is .W ., X W, ,, 3-.-.nixrgb QQ.. Eve 15, N aw X, 5 K. 'zu Q ,5i"fi'.. - ws X ,1 ' ,,o,..., i fm X . , 4 3 perl. . mx ikdiln-. -r- ,wmfzi f, -- if Q RQ , J -' 1 Y N if 2 Ak W X' 3 ' S 551 gk , 'yo if Q5 Q Qs X 1 . Q W . -1 ,W Q , T x' 9? wg, 2 Q if si, Promr A Formal Aiialr Attire attention is one of the little details of prom as Diane Kraklow illustrates, adjusting Mike McMullan's boutonniere. Togetherness is the idea, and when Mike Mitchell with Diane Vanderlinden fall into prom's spell, that is the result. Prom night had arrived. Tuxes and dresses donned, hair styled, along with corsages and boutonnieres pinned set the mood for the evening ahead. For prom-goers the weather on May 7 could not have been better for driving to Quad City restaurants. Others found that having dinner in town and even going to progressive dinners were as good a chance as any to be with friends, easing the nervousness and excitement of the upcoming dance. As had been promised, the Holiday Inn held the dance and Terra Firma kept the crowd on their Dance with me. juniors and seniors socialize and dance as Terra Firma ends one song and glides into another. toes from nine until midnight playing famous Beatles' tunes and progressive rock. With the cool spring temperature that evening many couples sought relief from the heat inside by going outside on the mezzanine. As the sun rose, tired couples drifted homeward to collapse and revitalize their lost energy. Corsages and boutonnieres came off and were placed in cold storage for the time being. As with the Closing Click of the refrigerator door, the fond memories were stored in our minds for another year. Prom 47 iv Grads Made lt Wow Under the arched roof of the fieldhouse on May 26 with a near capacity filled house, graduation of 76-77 seniors took place. Prior to graduation itself, activities began the closing of the year with Baccaluaureate on Sunday, May 22. The turn out, proven to be one of the best in years, was inspired with a message by Rev. William Keller. As was expected, it was hot on the twenty-sixth and for those seated waiting for purple diplomas, time seemed to stand still. After the Invocation by Rev. Richard Paulus, Senior class president Bill Kim gave the welcoming speech. Valedictorian Debbie Yohn followed with the Senior Address. Before long, names were called and diplomas were awarded by Board of Education president Ann Hart and members Esther Dean and Wayne Gardner. Benediction by Rev. Paulus closed the ceremony and the recessional announced the ending of one age and the start of a future. wil? Making lheir entrance the graduating students separate to both sides of the gymnasium. Finding humor in the traditional graduation garments, Debbie Hazen, Barb Lawrence and Kris Boehme laugh at the awkward fit of their caps. VW Stepping up and out of high school, Shirley Fuller receives her diploma from Mrs. Esther Dean. 48 Graduation 'WWW 5 ' V, ifl K A xiii fi 45 as .fe it ,tg AQ? qt W ' qi .t , N Q Q . 1 M if 3' Q l, r """ 'r f Q ' rw t 6 if Y A is fm 3 X, 1. AV' ag -We 4 F ' J. W X elif u. gym... ,,.. , 2 . M, Q I X1 'Q Grouped together, th ' 've thei want to rece: 208 students from the 31 t! -'G-.....,'t. M ":?'m'-gt r ' ,. 3 QQ 4 W' -vdlw 'Q X. gmdent Kicking off another football season, Matt Kolar practices some field goals. Matt received the Fiesler and Schnack awards. Assisting Matt is Chris Armstrong Solo spot. Concentrating on the music, Sheri Cook plays her part in the jazz Band's Spring concert. Sheri received the jan Seversen Award for her participation in non-sport activities. f . .. , V l Q f l ft,-if ' . ,,,.... ff N V V. W Jl' m f, if l V V ....,,' Q'l,,.,. , ..2.,. s 5 A ' if 'K , V M ...... . .... .... ,H , 4, . '.1" -A 1 'V ' 7 A . V ,, llltc s . I , . V t . 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Matt Kolar was the recipient of both the Walt Fiesler trophy for football and the L.A. Schnack award for all-around participation in sports. The sports award for the Most Improved Girl went to lanice Ward. Ianice had played on the varsity basketball team for three years. Brian Litten was the recipient of the Masterson trophy in memory of Tom Masterson. The winner of the award was chosen by a committee of faculty members who selected from students nominated by their activity advisors. The Ian Seversen award was given for outstanding involvement in non-sports-related activities as well as sports. Sheri Cook received this honor. Ten seniors were selected as State of Iowa Scholars. In order to qualify, those chosen had to be in the top 15 percent of their class. The award was based on ACT scores. STATE OF IGWA SCHOLARS Mark W. Baird Cheryl A. Brogly Iill D. Crouse Bill H. Kim Patricia A. McGuire Loren L. Morse Catherine L. Rohrer Iames L. Tesch Sally A. Webb Deborah H. 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The team came through by winning both relays with Craig Mosch placing third in the 100-yard dash and fourth in the 220-yard dash. In the state meet school records were set in the medley relay and the two mile relay. The time in the two mile relay was 8:17.4 and the runners were Ieff Lettenberger, Bob Barry, Dan Dietz and Mike Duncan. The medley relay time was 3140.8 and the runners were Craig Mosch, Steve LaRue, Paul Massey and Mike Duncan. Coach Dave Matthews rated the team and season as a very strong one with "a strong nucleus of returning lettermen and a good sophomore class." SET HOT RECORD 1 ? V 3. X fa .W ' li . 4.5 7 . . vs in-qi' . 1 S Us-ang discus. -n A few quick steps, one last twist and the disk will be sent through the air, hurling to a hopeful record. Paul Ales shows the intricacies and coordination involved in throwing a Never hesitating, Todd Duncan leads off as Mark Vanderlinden prepares to make the hand off and the medley continues. Boys Track 1976 55 low hurdles. BREA BREAKI Discovering themselves as state leaders in various events, the 1976 season of coach Ierry Lorimor's track squad was off to a flying start at the sound of the first gun. From Fairfield at the Trojan Relays came pleasant surprises as Sue Pribyl broke strings to break record times in both the 100-meter and 180-yard low hurdles. Not one opponent came close to her in either event. A 5'3" high jump record was thrust before the likes of Fairfield, Ft. Madison, Keokuk, Davis County and Mt. Pleasant by track member lanice Ward also that day. S 56 Girls' Track, 1976 The championship trophy at the Panther Relays discovered itself in the possession of the Muskies as the 'field was out-classed with a 130 point lead. Seven out of eleven MHS first places established new records. On Iune 3 the Williamsburg State Federation Pentathon found our girls making their mark in third place. Finishing up with a total of 10,043 points enabled by a 20th place in the ranking of individual events by Melissa Hart, Linda Burr's 27th rank, Ianice Ward's 29th, Ioni I-Iansen's 30th and Lynette Adam's 34th rank and bounds, hurdler Sue Pribyl 'in front of her opposition in the 'iraq-ph. M, . A .t , awww ,, ,,., ,,,,,,. , ...Q ff fag 5 ww V , . 134' W-Wfir . ' ., A . WM www W- . G STRINGS RECORD' brought back tired but happy smiles. As state finals began to loom across the horizon for the track teams late in the season, the Muskies managed only to send one entry to the finals. Qualifying eighth in the 100-meter hurdles, Sue Pribyl wound up that way once again in the eliminations with a 15:32 time against 56 contestants in the final events. With determination, guts and stamina all the women pulled a terrific season from among the cinders with 27 varsity and 28 junior varsity members. :wing-au mwezsrmmvzsxrz-afa,:.wm , :fm A , """"rhsfusu..-,,. - In YAKKW, H J Qgmvxmwier :svn ' ' E . Q 1,, f Q. 21 'B 'Lf .Qi :1' Lg M55 iff? sz My-,ar Mgfgg ,,,-rv Q g 32 in , ' 9' The girl's tennis team started out their '76 season by defeating Camanche but soon fell into a los- ing slump. Top-seeded varsity player Connie Howell suffered some early loses but kept her posi- tion throughout the year. The var- sity team order was Connie Howell in the number one spot, Diane Weis second, Ian Morgan third, Wendy Linville fourth, Martha Riley and Margaret Lang fifth and sixth respectively. Iunior varsity members Mary Williams and Sue Richmond remained essentially the same throughout the season. The one change was the switching of Margaret Lang to junior varsity and Mary Williams moving into Margaret's sixth ranked position. Rank was based on the outcome of inter-team matches which gave the girls a chance to get practice while possibly improving their team rank- ing. They snapped out of their los- Returning the serve, Martha Riley bolted the ball with a play her opponent couldn't return. BOYS TENNIS, 1976 46447 MHS OPP GIRLS TENNIS, 1976 Camanche 4 5 C6-101 Pleasant Valley 9 0 Burlington 2 7 MHS Opp Davenport Central 2 7 Camanche 5 4 Iowa City West 2 5 Davenport 2 7 Fon Madsen . 4 5 Pleasant Valley 0 9 Davenport Assumption 6 3 Clinton 3 6- Oftumwa 3 5 Iowa City West 3 6 Cllmmf , 3 4 Burlington 1 8 Iowa CKY' Cifv 1 6 Davenport Assumption 5 4 C- R- Kennedl' 3 4 Camanche 4 0 Dubuque Hempstead 3 4 Bettendorf 1 8 Dubuque Senior 5 2 Iowa City' City 5 1 I Davenpoffwest 2 7 Davenport Assumption 6 3 C' R- Washmgton 1 6 C. R. jefferson 5 4 Camanche 4 5 Pleasant Valley 1 8 Pleasant Valley 7 2 Beuendorf 0 9 B'-"'l'ngt0,n 5 4 C. R. jefferson 4 5 Fort Madison 7 2 Burlington 0 9 Davenport Assumption 4 5 .VING UP ACES ing streak with a 5-1 win over Iowa City, City High. They defeated their next two opponents, Davenport Assumption and Cedar Rapids, jefferson, but lost their final three tournaments before sectionals. This year marked the first time Coach Arlene Melson's team made it to sectionals, unfortunately, all players were defeated and eliminated from district competi- tion. Hopes, however, run high for a better season in the spring of '77. Like a water faucet turning hot and cold, the pattern for Ron Kiser's varsity spring tennis season was win- lose, win-lose. Unfavorable weather conditions at many of the tour- naments plagued the basicly strong team. Four returning lettermen made up the backbone of the team. They were senior Greg Sanders, junior Brain Litten and sophomores Ieff Allen and Ioe Kolar. Mark Lawrence and Scott Fisher added their talents to round out the varsity squad. Brian Litten had the best per- sonal record, chalking up 18 victories with only 5 loses. Ieff Allen came in second with 15-8, followed by Ioe Kolar with 13-10, and Scott Fisher with a 12-10 record for the season. The season ended with district matches where the Muskies finished fifth after all their players were defeated in the second round. When asked to comment on next spring's team, Coach Kiser replied, "I think we're going to have a solid team next year, and I'm looking forward to a winning season." B0ysfGirls Tennis 59 Making their mark by placing third in the 1762 girls' golf s sectionals, the Muskie varsity girl's golflteam were district qualifiers in their lspririgzseasonn and ninth in conference, A f s f t k Two golf tournaments where C " utting" out results meant a 223 P+ s C . to l 250 win. over Columbus Iunction. Ourgggirls swung for 225ypoints to taker. the lead, against the golfers of Davenport West's 232 score. ' Coach Dan Brookhartsjunior ' varsity roundedaftup their season A with afone-to-three. meet count and a 277 tie against Columbus ' Iunction. ' 7 PQ The, scores prove that the. hours of hard practice at.the' Geneva Country Club and the Municipal Golf Course were not in vain, but brought the satisfaction of team victories and personal achievements. P ' Heading for the number one green, Tom Siering swings with his number nine iron at Geneva. Tom tied for eighth in the valley with a 78 average score. ' Purrm our , 'I'he boy's golf team stormed into their 1976 spring schedule fresh from their Mississippi Valley Conference win the previous fall. After a few weeks practice at Heinz field the dual season began for the Muskies. C ,The Muskies traveled to Mt. Pleasant for sectionals and easily won with E score of 288. They out distanced their nearest competitors by 25 shots, setting a school record for the lowest total by a Muskie team. Advancing to district play, also at Mr. Pleasant, the Muskies were again victorious. Although their winning score of 297 was nine shots higher than the week before, it was good for a three shot win over archrival valley squad, Cedar Rapids Washington and host team, Mount Pleasant. 60 Boys!Girls Golf, 1976 The fall schedule for the boys is traditionally four meets to determine the valley championship. This year it was expanded to five meets, but this fifth meet was to prove the downfall of the Muskies. The team was severly weakened through the graduation of seniors Bo Iohnson and Mats Liefland. Leading the Muskies ,were Tom Siering and lim Smith, Wiley veterans of three years of high school competition in golf. Coach Leary Smith sited the lack of a solid fourth and fifth man as the reason for the Muskies relatively poor finish, fifth place in the valley. With a look of concentration on her face, Louise Bloom makes her final putt for a score of 46, qualifying her for districts in Cedar Rapids. 7, 3 eb-1' Number three on the team Todd Severson was one of the most consistant sophomores in the Mississippi Valley Conference. This August day was spent practicing for the upcoming fall season. .,.s' l - O V 7' - ,W W1 " N' H .C Ap7ip,Ks mps.itps X , M I V W we if . Q K sy f 1' I Sweeping his way up the number one fairway, lim Kim practices for an. upcoming meet at the Geneva Country Club. ' landing in the sand trap hampered the score of Sandy Holland. She still pulls through with a score of 54, her average for the year. Boys!Girls Golf. 1976 61 The joys of victory and good sportsmanship A bouncing ball from atop jill Crouse's head is in the game is shown as the Muskies caught by back up fielder, ludy Troxel,and the congratulate their opponents on a game well opposing team takes another out. played. If ,-., , 5 i"" I Receiving instructions from Coach Bob Andre- sen, Sue Curtis concentrates on the next play. Coaching was not only important for planning 1' ' plays, but for instilling confidence as well. H l Lil is , 5711, ' ' ' Masta' 0 .1574 'l 62 Girl's Softball, 1976 Y' 9'9" mi dvgf .V.ynn.1-w if 'B' 1.3, 4 4 ,iw Y V ,L .W A fr f V i, ,, Safe at third, Lesa Greenwald beats the Burlington third baseman in the tag. 4, sr a,,., , 691 C V LgL' , iff 1 into lgf 3 ' i ta' M 7 QL 1 j 4i'lx,j at ,il I f' C 1-1, 4" if l 2 if c 2 tl 'A aaaaa nnn nnn A me Beginning their 1976 season on june first with a victory over North Scott, the Muskie girls softball cunts SOFTBALL, 1976 debut ignited with a strategy in the 410-77 aspect of big defense plays. To MHS OPP i conquer diamonds as their goal, North Scott 6 5 the girls laced up five consecutive Clinton 10 2 ' 1 - Burlington 19 6 wins ear y-in the season. - Tipton 7 5 One highlight was a varsity Bettendorf 10 0 romp over Clinton on june fourth Iglabuggsniznlof 3 13 by a 10 to 2 margin. Clinton won -,dwg City Wgst 9 8 the junior varsity game by a 14 to 'Dubuque Hempstead 5 12 3 Count, although they had just Burlington 1 6 f h-t ff - - North scott 10 2 Jim. ls 0 pltcher Km 'C.R. Washington 2 5 CKmney' 'C.R. jefferson 12 2 The Mississippi Valley Durant 4 7 f - - .Iowa City, City 8 7 Flon erencefsoftball victory was in Burlington Notre Dame 5 7 ne mitts o coach Bob Andresen s 'Clinton 7 5 girls on june 22. Breaking on top SECTIONALS ' ' ' ' west Liberty 3 0 in the opening inning, a leadoff DBTRICTS single by Lynne Goedken proved Bennett 3 5 to be the starting of the series of the dominating points 'C f G . ' on Hence ame By the tlme the bats and gloves were given a breather, the entire season found victories on The Cougar begins her slide in vain, for the second baseman, Lori Baer, has snatched up the ball for a forced out. top of losses for both the varsity and junior varsity teams united in warm weather. Girl's Softball, 1976 63 i t 3 5 . Dust flies as Gary Sandburg slides into third base, winning the race against the ball during a home game at Tom Bruner Field. Congratulations for a iob well done are given to Mark Tate after slamming out a home run at a home game. ,K LUGGI "The team made a good season out of what looked to be a bad one," stated Coach Steve Duncan. "They had a lot of pride and they really fought for the team." Although the boy's baseball season started with a defeat, their spirits weren't dampened as they claimed a victory over Whitnall High School, a long range rival from Milwaukee, Wisconsin. The highlight of the season was qualifying for the substate finals. Leading up to this were victories 64 Baseball, 1976 K I fp M! , ,w erm ff f ' ' ' 5 + S4 5.5 . ' Kiev'- 'ri .. W .ar ' U i f "5 f V Q33 .J ' J' -2 . 17 , ' ""Lsa'3?-Zi'w'f' ' f .":f" 1 M' . fgqf, .aff 'V Q, .V A K.rs f uw, , A 4 srl 1 K, l ,io-3, , , eg ev I ' a . ' N f ' f 'ng' in -ft 'gr nigh. 26,25 g Z, 'Q I gl 21 L . .Q . .mln . , , in the sectional and the district finals, where senior Kevin Ballenger pitched a no-hitter. The team was blessed with the skill of junior Mark Tate, who made the All-State team. Senior Matt Kolar and junior Rusty Melton received honorable mentions. "We had a young team, and they really started to play at the end of the season the way I think they were capable of playing all year," boasted Coach Duncan. "I think next year's team has a very bright future." 2 3 'Wa gg an '52 WWW. ww ms gi VARSlTY BASEBALL, 1976 l13-181 Mediapolis Milwaukee, Wisc. Davenport Central Davenport Assumptior Durant C R jefferson Burlington Clinton C R Washington Burlington Dubuque Senior Iowa City West Dubuque Hempstead Bettendorf North Scott Clinton Davenport West C R Kennedy Dubuque Hempstead Iowa Clty City Bettendorf SECTIONALS Washington Iowa City City DlSTRlCT Anamosa SUBSTATE FINALS Ft Madison MHS 11 3 6 OPP 12 1 10 8 2 10 6 15 3 . . 0 10 6 7 M ' 5 9 "W 1 9 ' ' 3 4 . , ' 6 13 V if 1 tsrr , o 4 'M",g, ' 8 7 " ,giigy lsrsr as l 4 6 1 U ' 5 5 U X A ' K ' 6 7 10 5 12 14 0 3 6 4 ,, , ' 0 S - 1 V,:',,,, ,,,, 1 7 g V f V V Vrtv Q 2 1 10 y . 1 1- tt sa i t ,r ,, 'r,, 4 rttt tt r 1' 1 . . 14 1 1 ' ,v.. ,, Y 1 1 ',, sh., fs 1 we ef 1,4 M . 8 3 ggi f,,, 5 .,' ,,, f ,"l ' f ,, Dubuque Senior 3 2 f f flqf, lrrt 1 if 1 11 12 ' 1 ' , ' 1 2 5 1" 8 6 Q tual" E A ' 5 2 Z ' , ' 4 2 T - v 1 0 . ' 4 6 s , ' " W 11 y' A x 1 M ,""M. as '4' M' " ' "" -1' an 'QA' A close call for Mark Howell who barel Y ,gf . .N -' " . ,M ,,, T ,v1?'1- yr"-f"" f t,l' fs' 'refill 'lx i g' , ',,t if sneaks past to the plate before being tagged gag as he races to make a steal. KI, ,,,, A ,yin K 3 7-1, 11,5 L by If ,, ,K ,, , vwiwiwmvmmu . 1!'f,,1f'.1y1t,,,1fi .!'f.3'1 v 11.1111 1.."ff1i11-.x zap., Sending a quick grounder onto the field, Rusty Melton makes his hit good for a base. Baseball, 1976 65 Being a member of the Girls Cross Country team wasn't all fun and games. The runners put in many hours of very hard work. Running six miles every night was just part of the workout the girls had to endure. While they made practice runs on the course, many frustrating things often happened. Cross country running is different than most sports. It is not run on a track, but on a long course through a park or wooded area. The girls struggled up steep hills , dodged tree limbs and bushes, and manuevered themselves around sharp corners. Coach Ierry Lorimor's team topped the season with several wins. work together like the Boys Cross Country team," stated Gene Bailey. The boys did work together to produce a fine record for the season. On October 16, they traveled to Cedar Rapids to compete in the district meet. This decided the top six individual runners to qualify for state. They came out as the fourth team to have the right to advance to state. Iunior Gene Bailey finished sixth in the individual runners competition. Practice involved sprints and overdistances. A total of approximately five to eight milesuwas covered each night at Weed Park. This was also the location of home on I Give th Runclrauncl They placed fourth at the Pekin Invitational, tallying 21 points. They took first place at Tipton's Invitational with a score of 15. Columbus fell to both the IV and varsity teams in a dual meet later in the season. Teresa Harper was the only runner to qualify for the state meet. She clocked 13.34 in a two mile course. u "To have a good team-a winning team-everybody's got to meets. Arriving at the opponents course the team would walk the course then do a little running to warm up. The seniors were Rich Barry, Brad Bowers and Mike Mitchell. Other letter winners were Mark Lofgren, Tony Shellabarger, Gene Bailey and Bob Barry. Numeral winners were Craig Marr, Tony Woods, Dan Leatherman, Dean Stych, Ieff Lee and lim Barry. 4.5, R E FRONT ROW: lim Barry, jeff Lee, Tony Schel- Stych, Richard Barry. BACK ROW: Brad Bower, W labarger, Tony Woods, Gene Bailey. SECOND Mike Mitchell, Bob Barry. ROW: Craig Marr, Dan Leatherman, Dean Cross Country ,, Q, ,Q if f ' , ,, 1 A ' Q21 ,, A . N I I nr I 3-If , ,M .K ww 1? Vi, 7- I f J 3 .fix mf' ' ':h M, ' we xi 5 -1' ,J .- V? fi' 1 2 'xt 2' W HR 1-W2 .vue- Mr 's mf, M ,f 'L 4, 1-ww -Q , QW 'W' A Q' ,, ,MeQ,, W f in i s l " av ww .1., gx L, grgg J, - amz? S5 1 N. yy 'x .gf vi. Ll l WA -X-.xy ,Mi S is ..:x n 'ffi E ,aff B' 958 . 3- Take the plunge, As his teammate touches the wall, Rich Barry flies off the starting block for the breast stroke portion of the medley relay. Encouraging words. Finished with his race Steve Massey, recipient of the Hahn trophy, cheers to his teammates during a jefferson meet in Cedar Rapids. BOYS SWIMMING 17-5-11 MHS OPP Burlington 85 87 Davenport West Relays 3rd Ottumwa 86 86 Tipton 60 17 Dubuque Hempstead 108 61 Clinton Holiday Relays 2nd Bettendorf 70 102 Davenport West 69 103 Davenport Central 46 37 Iowa City West 54 29 Iowa City Central 48 35 Cedar Rapids Washington 59 113 Dubuque Senior 56 27 Valley Soph-CR Ieff. sth Cedar Rapids Iefferson 81 91 Valley Conference 2nd District 2nd State Meet 6th Competing in the 500 yard free style, Steve May paddles furiously at a Cedar Rapids meet. Boys Swimming gs . Mt t Q., ..--was-v Wm' FRONT ROW: Greg Weber, Bob Barry, Co- Capt. Steve Massey, Glenn Huston, Kevin Kiser, Bob McMullan, Co-Capt. Rich Barry. SECOND ROW: Kenny Roberts, Steve Coder, Steve George, Pat Busch, Steve May, jeff Honts, Bill McGowan, lim Barry, Eric Gatzke. BACK ROW: What do you get when ten boy swimmers, tense with excitement, pile into a bus on February 25, and head for the state swimming meet in Ames? You get a sixth place rating in the state plus some new school records. "We were only seven points out of third and it would have been nice if we had finished there to make it a 1-2-3 sweep for the league," commented Coach Iudd Anderson. were broken: two by Bob McMullan in the 200 yard individual medley and 100 yard breast stroke. Rich Barry also set a record in the 160 yard individual medley and Glenn Huston in diving. Coach Anderson was very proud of his 18 swimmers and 5 divers saying, "We've done very well. We have a little bit of deficiency in team depth but we've had some very good top performers." Perhaps one factor in our Wringing Out Compehhcn The free relay team of Steve Massey, lim Barry, Bob Barry and Bob McMullan broke a school record but finished third for the best Muskie placing in the state meet. Massey also bettered a school timing in the butterfly. This honor was a happy finale to a successful victorious season was the use of ozone, a cleaning agent, as well as the necessary part of the atmosphere. MHS is the only high school in the Midwest to use this machine manufactured ozone which provides for more free chlorine resulting in softer water and less eye, ear and season where four school records respiratory infections. + if " 'hw ' . Q- "' ' l U' A s. Q ffl' SL .N TQJWQ' 7 H-ff it , - ' . - . . , V f-ag . . MN ..., 8 -at K. N .L gi. AH . K .X eggs? . li S-L . . .L , .aw .--f 1- , . .,,u,...,S., - M ,I L. c 4, ., ,aJ5,a.....wf 153 .Q A k St :Xl ...Sau te W ,N L . , B 1 y 1 wi , . - . .. f a- ,152 ., '...- - "fa '1 K 4' .,.. - ye.: .14 -" 2 . we 1-has - - - an irxgf-.tw-N . 1 f-. 152. :"'!N -5, ,,,,. - H ., ,X in ' - A A A - " 7 ' .2 . . "a?"i.X - if .1 . -. Q.. K E J .. -. g--, t as" fl- '- I ""-QM K' ,Q .. . ' 'fm -I .J or ftjff it .. 1' 'Hi-fi 1 ' .5 .. . . -wig -'if 'N 'is . mir' Xie sri' . ' W t-rr .wa-in V25 Ya , , -,-8250... 'B N' 1 -,SQ . we ,Q eva f wwf' -eff' f + -f 'L . B- tw- -' 1 f . X M- Hawr- , ,aaa ,ie , 2.4 .J .5 f '7 g'ff.' aw, .,f'-:Mg - wx fe- Q ,,,,. gigs:-, ir" jk eg., N wi- - . K. . .L .fn -Q f,, rigs 1 K 'iw A .mi 5-.ei We . W' - .et !"'T1.:s llir P- ' .Qiifi Grabbing a breath of air, Kevin Kiser keeps his pace in the back stroke at a home meet. Coach ludd Anderson, Madeline McKee SM, joMary Lettenberger SM, Stephanie Sayles SM, ' Tom Mullen, john Meerdink, Mark Fritchie, Carl Huston. ABSENT: Scott Coder, Brian I Leimkuehler, Glen Leimkuehler, Mark McKee, Pam Porter SM, Eugene Soto. Boys Swimming - 69 l GIRLS' SWIMMING MHS OPP Keokuk 127 38 Keokuk Cardinal Stritch 132 21 Dubuque Hempstead 106 67 Davenport Central 53 30 Clinton 23 60 Ram Relays 71 Burlington 67 105 Davenport Assumption 39 44 CR Kennedy 40 132 Burlington Relays 45 Tipton 47 32 Clinton 741!z 971f2 Dubuque 99 73 CR Washington 33 127 CR Washington 40 39 Bettendorf 83 89 Tipton 117 53 MV Conference 43 District 116 State 23 FRONT ROW: Martha Riley, loni Hansen, Tali Neumann. SECOND ROW: Sarah McGowen, Cynthia Sayles, Lynne Weber, Mary C-arbutt, Jeanne Rohrer. BACK ROW: Candace Laudahl, joMary Lettenberge, Theresa Ales, Madeline McKee, Anne Six, Lori Harris, Stephanie Sayles, Girls Swimming "Nr Cathy Rohrer, Pam Porter. ABSENT: Sandy Holland. Coming up for air, Cathy Rohrer strokes to a victory in the 500-yard free style at a home meet. na W-. mia I ,SNS N S ,,ts 5' 2 Q mms .a.n.M,3i3 N KM si A aiiutmiiuimi' ' l is iii-'mi I 1 Take three meters of stamina, sixty laps of endurance, twenty-one pairs of goggles, a regulation size pool, a portion of determined Muskie swimmers, plus Mr. Iudd Anderson's guidance and the result is a rewarding girls swimming season. Through nightly and early morning workouts Muskie preparation and spirit prevailed. Keokuk Cardinal Stritch and Keokuk High were buried by the Muskies with 132 to 21 and 127 to 38 upsets respectively. Despite a lopsided setback by Burlington on September 23 with a 105 point to 67 point loss the girls set three school records. Lynn Weber created a 27.344 timing effort in the 50-yard freestyle. The 200 individual medley was bettered by Sue Graettinger with a 2:33.951 time. Io Mary Lettenberger achieved a record setting time of 59.788 in the 100 freestyle on the same day. lil' -apnea! -..AiQ3.. if Starting off right, Stephanie Sayles and leanne Rohrer spring from the starting blocks into a hopeful victory. Both girls had the jump on their opponents as they hit the water first. Boosting their teammates morale Cynthia Sayles and Lynn Weber cheer from the edge of the Weed Park Pool. mask Q' . . N. .... N , We W t ..,- , , M.. ...,..f.... 3,311 K . ..., nf.. AP' ool el Effort Yield Although trailing Tipton as the last four events came into view in October, the Muskies pulled ahead in the last span to score a victory of 47 to 32 over the Tipton team. The race was indeed a close one between the Muskies and Cedar Rapids Iefferson on October 15, but after the final lap Coach Anderson's girls captured a close 42 to 41 victory. Qualifying in the 200 medley relay and finishing 11th in the state meet held in Fort Dodge were Anne Six, Caroline Vanlngen, Lynn Weber and Cynthia Sayles. Cathy Rohrer, lo Mary Lettenberger, Sue Weber and Cynthia Sayles finished 15th in the 400 freestyle relay. Uniting in a combination of exceptional form and skill, the girls experienced satisfaction and pride in an eventful season. Girls Swimming Practicing for the real thing. Varsity players scramble in a scrimmage at Heinz Field. The field that serves as a practice ground after school, later becomes the battle ground in a game against the Iowa City I-Hawks. Q: What sport used sleds in the summer, worked out with ground round, and spent nearly one thousand dollars per season on tape? A: Football. Two two-hour practices per day Itwo-a-dayj began in August before school started. Since the first game of the season was scheduled in the first week of school, the practces BVBI' ll Luck of Prid emphasized four hours worth of daily drills, repetition of plays, and strategy building for the season ahead. The sled used in workouts is known as a seven-man sled, and it resembles a padded farming disc. Each player took his turn hitting the Varsity Football sled lrunning into itj in toughness drills. Then there were always agility drills, calesthenics and when in doubt as to what to do next, RUN! So, where did the ground round fit in? Coach Cary White explained that "ground round" was a nickname given to the second and third string when they scrimmaged the first string in a demonstration of that week's opponents' strategy. They get hit pretty hard, but that's all a part of it. That's one way you can make yourself stronger. Those kids that are on the ground round team make good competition for the varsity team, and they're making themselves better for the following year." Football theory class was offered first period as a gym credit class. Those who participated lifted weights, went over scouting reports, and viewed videos of themselves as well as other teams in action. Coach White believed that the class was "very beneficial" but he added, he added, "It would have helped more if we could have gotten everybody involved, but l couldn't make it mandatory that everybody be there." He hopes that next year he can recommend everyone get involved. His over-all outlook on the season was that the spirit was there but the strength was not. t 'Td say the spirit of the team was good. The players here wanted to win as much as anyone else, but I would say the big thing was that they were not prepared enough. They must not have had a strong enough conditioning program because the players were definitely much weaker than the other teams we faced. We were not that much smaller, but we were weaker." Commenting on the Homecoming game Coach White expressed that the players let down too much on the first bad break. "That particular game with Bettendorf, the first thing that T happened was a block punt. They ran in for a touchdown and you could just feel the momentum hit a blank wall right there," he stated. Optimistically, Coach White was pleased that, although we were weaker, we did move the ball fairly well in most every game. "I enjoyed coaching this group of young men," he said. "They were a good bunch to work with, they tried hard, but they just weren't quite ready for this conference. We probably would've done better in a smaller league, but in this league we have nine towns that are strong in football." - lContinued on page 741 FRONT ROW: loel Longtin, Rod lohnston, lim Fick, Richard Sleeman, Gary Monroe, Dave Schubick, Mike Halligan, jim Bartlett, Randy Shouse. SECOND ROW: Steve Snyder, Mark Tate, Rusty Melton, Tim Tyler, Rick Whitsel, Mark Begey, john McAreavy, Craig Plowman, Berry Anderson. THIRD ROW: Mike Hagens, Kevin Duggan, Leland Hildebrandt, Louise Gaeta, Larry Stauffer, joe McAreavy, Mark :ninth 'A-iii-1 Bunn, Eric Gatzke, Wade Terrill. FOURTH ROW: S.M. Mack Hubble, joel DeLeon, Kevin Ballenger, Cory Berry, john Gaeta, Dan Dietz, Todd Duncan, Steve LaRue, Mike Munday. BACK ROW: S.M. Mike Noonan, Tom Keeler, Chris Armstrong, Mark Gassen, Scott Fix, Kevin Watson, jim Gear, Matt Kolar. STANDING: Coach Gary White, Assistant Coaches Herb Holler, Rod Endersen, Dan Kitchen Pain and agony are experienced by Tim Tyler, varsity player, as he was benched when he attempted to stop Clinton's scoring drive. The fans agreed with him that having to face another loss was nothing to smile about as the Muskies lost 14-42. The ups and downs of practice include running, agility drills and calesthenics. Mark Tate, Steve Snyder, joel Longtin and Gary Monroe do push-ups at a summer morning workout. VARSITY FOOTBALL I0-91 MHS OPP. Ottumwa 0 9 Clinton 14 42 Cedar Rapids Iefferson 0 34 Cedar Rapids Washington 0 27 Iowa City West 14 17 Bettendorf 0 40 Dubuque Senior 0 14 Dubuque Hempstead 7 48 Iowa City High 14 41 Varsity Football FRONT ROW: Mike Miller, Robbie Chambliss, Chuck Calvert, Dave Keeler, Mark Rohde. SECOND ROW: Dan Rivera, Randy Smith, Scott McConnaha, Randall Eichelberger, Tom Tyler. THIRD ROW: Dan Atkins, Mike Dickey, Andy Allison, Doug Anson, Todd Stych. FOURTH ROW: Alan Ward, jeff Fick, Steve Brown, Kevin Bieber, Mike Dugan. FIFTH ROW: Mike Clemens, Kenny LaRue, Bill Fletcher, Ed Castil- lo, Tim Partridge. BACK ROW: Coach Steve Duncan, Terry Smith, Pat Dietz, lohn Curtis, Assistant Coach Don Yahn. Soph Take Wrong Tu rn lContinued from page 721 Recently a question has arisen as to whether or not Muscatine will switch to another conference. "Well, we're looking toward the Mississippi Eight Conference lpossibly in 19781, but it won't be that much easier," stated Coach White, referring that the one weak link in the chain would be North Scott. "All the rest of the teams will be the calibur of the Mississippi Valley Conference lMVCj." So what is the difference between the two conferences? "The three Davenport schools lAssumption, Central and Westj are Sophomore Football just as tough year in and year out as the Cedar Rapids schools, so there's no real difference there. We're bringing Clinton and Bettendorf with us, who are usually in the middle or top of the division in football. There's Burlington who might be close to our calibur and North Scott, who we should be above." Regardless of whether we switch conferences or not, Coach White is looking ahead to a strong season next fall. "What we learned this year we don't have to learn next year. We can just start from there and hopefully we can get the strength part of it." The Roach Award was presented to Cory Berry for his team leadership throughout the year in football. A season that started out to be an extremely promising one did not finish quite the way Coach Steve Duncan and his Sophomore Football team had planned. In the season's opener they clipped Ottumwa six to zero, but victory evaded the team the rest of the season. Accidents and penalties hampered them throughout the year. In a battle against Cedar Rapids jefferson, a Muskie fumble and Cedar Rapids interception led to scores twice for jefferson. Our own scoring attempt was batted down in as 1 5fWP"s:,f:- . W -'-- 1 -Gus ' an . , S ..,"'s.,5, , if x g, K T L A NL 51 r .. SSTN A the end zone on a fourth down pass attempt. Later, against Dubuque Senior a fifty-one yard touchdown run did not result in a score because of a clipping call. When asked about the team's strong and weak points Coach Steve Duncan commented, "We had an explosive offense most of the year due to a good passing attack" but described the defense as "very unpredictable." Coach Duncan added, "These young men can be a good football team if they will work in the off-season. There are some good individuals in the group and they must inspire the others to get to work and make a good junior team." :balk A-we ish F , A,L. at .2 s tiiisfftl gf -Qt . MN4k..Li': .,kl ? "" - aiii i ls gi . . K .5 .N!,, A .I . get .h at K K it f f' 2' f Y TT N M 'se r 2 1 M e A scrimmage scramble at Heinz Field results in a three-man pile up as Mike Clemens is tackled by two opposing teammates. Getting serious with his team, Coach Duncan goes over some last minute instructions before the game. 'Q xy F y f.1' SOPHOMORE FOOTBALL tl-Bl MHS. OPP. Ottumwa 6 0 Clinton 14 27 Cedar Rapids Iefferson 0 28 Cedar Rapids Washington 29 30 Iowa City West 6 14 Bettendorf 0 12 Dubuque Senior 6 21 Dubuque Hempstead 6 42 Iowa City High 22 35 Fancy footworlt. Roped boxes capture the While players gaze toward Pat Dietz and Randy attention of Randall Eichelberger during a Eichelberger they see an attempted pass by a summer practice. jumping from box to box as team member foiled, thanks to a block man- fast as one could required good coordination. euver of the Muskies. Sophomore Football e,M ,J , 4, f f..wW.,,M,. 76 Hands firmly planted on the beam, Lori Dahms executes a back walkover. The art of the parallel bars requires as much skill, training, practice and precision as a person can give. Lu Ann Tiege is on her way to placing in a home tournament. "M 'fa W ,sg eh ' -1f'3 gf" A ' 19,1 vnf. "",, ,L , , y ek, f - . , V ht GIRLS VARSITY VOLLEYBALL 14-61 MHS OPP. Clinton St. Mary's 0 1 Clarence-Lowden 1 1 Iowa City West 1 2 Dubuque Senior 1 3 Clinton Invitational Camanche 1 4 Northeast 1 5 Bellevue 2 5 Bettendorf 2 6 Dubuque Hempstead 2 7 Iowa City 2 8 Lincoln Triangular Marion 3 8 Lincoln Stanwood 4 8 MVC Conference C.R. Iefferson 4 9 Dubuque Senior 4 10 Clinton 4 11 Bettendorf 4 12 Clarence-Lowden 5 12 District Tournament Bettendorf 5 14 SOPHOMORE GIRLS VOLLEYBALL I0-41 MHS OPP Iowa City West 0 1 Dubuque Senior 0 2 Bettendorf 0 3 Dubuque 0 4 Time Out! Explaining to the varsity volleyball attention from Ianice Dwyer, julie TeStrake team a strategy play, Coach Calvetti gets lanice Ward and julie Powers. Volleyball!Cyrnnastics 42: 5' ASSY, Q... 1 ,,.ff"' IR. VARSITY VOLLEYBALL I2-61 MHS OPP Clinton St. Mary's 1 Clarence-Lowden 1 Iowa City West 2 Dubuque Senior 3 Bettendorf 4 Dubuque Hempstead 5 Iowa City 6 Clarence-Lowden 6 GIRLS GYMNASTICS OPP Fairfield 98.88 92.90 Iowa City High 121.25 116.75 Tipton Invitational 90.47 Davenport Central 121.23 120.46 Fairfield-Varsity 132.40 115.56 Ir. Varsity 86.85 66.22 Bettendorf-Varsity 126.69 149.30 Ir. Varsity 83.05 118.91 Ottumwa Invitational 90.40 Rock Island 94.05 86.90 Clinton 116.93 124.58 Conference 114.45 Tipton 116.93l110.31 Clear Creek 124.35 88.90 Davenport West 116.25 126.00 Iowa City West 116.25 121.50 Adding to the new activities this year was a girls volleyball team. Sporting a 4-6 record in dual matches, Coach Sonny Calvetti commented, "I was impressed with the way the girls caught on to the game. The overall attitude was good and they progressed steadily." Approximately 52 girls participated in the first few practices Over ill N i810 Ih but this dwindled to-the 30 who finished the season. Lesa Greenwald, team captain, gained an All-Conference Honorable Mention for her outstanding abilities and team effort. When asked about the returning squad members, Calvetti reported, "Now that more people are aware of the new sport, there is a'chance of having a larger squad next year, hence, more ability and skills. The returning and the new girls will be about the same size and have about the same physical abilities as this year's squad and if the new team progresses as quickly as the old, we can predict success." FRONT ROW: Lori Dahms, jennifer Fryberger, Robbie LaRue S.M., Tali Neuman, Rhonda Martz. SECOND ROW: Asst. Coach Elise Kraft, Diane Kraklow, Kim Sanders, Teri Koerhsen, Meg Lande, Tracy Kerschenske, Francie Thus, Kim Wiegand, Coach Barb Fryermuth. THIRD ROW: Karen Stonehouse, Denise Terranova, Debbie Burr, Linda Stella, Vidette Longhurst. BACK ROW: Sue Schroeder, Shelly Reynolds, Toni Reichert, Karen Lindbergh. Pounding the ball over the nel, sophomore volleyball players set up a spike for their opposing teammates. lLeft, centerl "Get up, get up! Forget those aches and pains, it's time to stretch those muscles. Up and down, up and down, one, two, one, two s-t-r-e-t-c-h." The girls gymnastics team worked long and hard this year, practicing for two hours every night. It was a fantastic year with only one major injury, Karen Stonehouse's broken ankle. Mr. Steve Waterman said, "It's been the best season since 1972 when gymnastics first started." The team, coached by Barb Freyermuth and Elise Kraft, traveled to Davenport Central for districts. Linda Stella placed eighth in floor exercise and Diane Kraklow tied for seventh on the balance beam, qualifying them for regionals in Cedar Rapids, but both girl fell short of the score needed for state. The high scores for the year were: Lori Dahms-beam, 7.5, Diane Kraklow-floor exercise, 7.9: Lori Dahms-vault, 7.73, Linda Stella-tumbling, 7.95: and Lori Dahms-all round, 27.08. Volleyball! Gymnastics Going . . . going . . . gone. Muskies Mark Larson, Rusty Melton and an opponent watch helplessly as the ball slips throught their fingers and out of reach. Off on a chase, Matt Kolar anticipates gaining control of a runaway ball and looks for an open teammate to receive a pass. Matt received the Hansen trophy for his leadership, team spirit and sportsmanship. N , . D9 n-tio-th - Lln Decision When taking a quick review of the season it could easily be deducted that Coach Don Schorder's Muskies could have been 15-5 instead of 9-11. Six of those 11 losses could have been victories if they could have gotten the one or two breaks needed. For example, early in the year Clinton defeated the Muskies by only two points in the team's poorest shooting night of the season. Three games later they suffered another setback in Dubuque against Senior by two points in overtime. Highly rated Burlington squeezed by in overtime by one bucket as the Greyhounds made a questionable layu-p at the sound of the buzzer. After a disagreement Boys Varsity Basketball among the referees the basket was A counted and the Muskies suffered their third loss in overtime. Even with these setbacks the team continued to improve their game throughout the year. Matt Kolar, the only returning letterman onthe team, rounded off his high school basketball career by making the Mississippi Valley All-Conference second string team. Finishing with the fourth highest average score in the Valley, 17.9, Matt hit 49.5170 of his attempts, many of them being 20 to 25 footers. Kolar became the first MHS player since Steve Welk in 1971 to be honored on the All-State list by being picked for the fifth Conference team. ff, ll, , ,..A -' Ell- They can't touch us when we're hot. Height and poise accompany Tom Sturms as he makes a shot from just outside the key in a game against Iowa City. Tom received the Perkins Award for showing the most improvement in his three years in basketball. Bucking for points, Mark Lawrence shoots skyward dodging the arm of his guard as he goes up for two. Despite the mid-air clash, Mark sunk the shot. VARSITY BASKETBALL 19-111 MHS OPP North Scott 81 57 Keokuk 65 49 Bettendorf 63 56 Iowa City High 69 58 Clinton 35 37 Cedar Rapids Kennedy 75 67 Cedar Rapids Washington 69 74 Dubuque Senior 50 52 Iowa City West 57 66 Bettendorf 62 67 Washington 77 58 Dubuque Hempstead 81 70 Burlington 59 61 Iowa City High 61 55 Dubuque Senior 52 54 Cedar Rapids Washington 58 69 Cedar Rapids Iefferson 69 73 Clinton 58 72 District Iowa city High 52 so Iowa City West 61 82 FRONT: Ass't. Coach Randy Hessel, Mark Lawrence, Rusty Melton, Tim Martin, Coach Don Schroeder. SECOND ROW: Mark Larson, john Sturms, Todd Duncan, joe Kolar, Tom Sturms, Matt Kolar. THIRD ROW: Cory Berry, jeff Snyder, Dave Howell, jim Kim, Gary Monroe, Dave Powers. BACK: Tim Peters, jeff Allen, joel Longtin, lay Gulick, Ed Hayes. Boys Varsity Basketball GIRLS SOPHOMORE BASKETBALL MHS OPP Dubuque Senior 60 55 Davenport West 53 65 Cedar Rapids Kennedy 38 72 Keokuk Cardinal Stritch 61 37 Iowa City West 51 73 Dubuque Hempstead 44 54 Mediapolis 60 84 Bettendorf 41 64 Davenport Assumption 39 66 Cedar Rapids Washington 47 65 Wilton 57 27 Cedar Rapids jefferson 60 52 Iowa City West 45 51 Iowa City 42 44 Davenport Central 46 39 Clinton 67 67 Burlington 51 51 BOYS SOPHOMORE BASKETBALL I9-91 MHS OPP North Scott 49 61 Keokuk 76 52 Bettendorf 46 68 Iowa City High 71 64 Clinton 37 48 Cedar Rapids Kennedy 77 81 Cedar Rapids Washington 50 52 Dubuque Senior 67 72 Iowa City West 69 65 Bettendorf 68 66 Washington 89 45 Dubuque Hempstead 58 68 Burlington 73 52 Iowa City High 57 31 Dubuque Senior 54 55 Cedar Rapids Washington 49 60 Cedar Rapids Iefferson 45 43 Clinton 64 63 His defenses are up, but the Ram guard could not break Randal Eichelberger's concentration. Teammate Andy Allison anticipates a rebound, but Randal's undeflected shot chalks up two more for the visiting Muskies in a Dubuque game. Absorbed in the game, the sidelined sophomore girls anxiously await the referee's decision. in .-...... FRONT: Judy Kolpack, Lynn Coedken, Penny Love, Carol Rinisland. SECOND ROW: Coach Mary Boyce, Dee King, Mary Laeser, Lisa Haveman, Diane Hoffman, Rhonda Henry, Cynthia Sayles, Ass't Coach Polly Pickering. THIRD ROW: Teresa Colton, Wendy Berry, Lori Stuhr, Nancy Madden, Connie Wilson, Linda iii Miller, loni Hansen, Shelly Lemkau, Cathy Terrill, Mary Hart. Waiting impatiently for the ball to find its spot in or out of the hoop, Muskie and Keokuk players keep alert although they are at the mercy of the ball. 4? S R ae cs.....-F , M. s"' , i asm' iff . A OE 'in' 1' Trying to get into the MHS gym from October to February was an almost impossible job to do when there were four basketball teams practicing. One of these was the Sophomore Girls team. Drilling in running, dribbling and jumping, each girl did her best in the area in which she excelled. However, some, as usual, were good in all areas. Before games, Coach Mary Boyce and Assistant Coach Polly Pickering were found watching the "After three years of coaching, I feel that this year's team has improved more than any other team I have coached," commented sophomore Boy's Basketball Coach Bill Sturms. "Practicing and conditioning played a large part in the team's success this year," he added. In the summer, the boys participated in a basketball league two nights a week, and one night a week the gym was open for free shooting. The boys who went out for opponent warm up and observing I football and cross-country ran three Practice Pays their techniques for the game to come. Meanwhile, the girls thought of the plays and about the game to come. Forwards such as Dee King and top scorer Ioni Hansen practiced picks, backdoors and lay-ups while Lynne Coedken, Mary Hart, Lori Stuhr and other defensive teammates advanced their skills at guarding and rebounding. Coedken played back court as well as front. Coach Mary Boyce was pleased with the girl's progress since last year, stating they were "quicker, better ball handlers and better shooters." nights a week. The whole team participated in a weight program where each individual worked out on his own, during September and October. The first six weeks of the season were spent practicing 21f2 to 3 hours a night, five nights a week. As the games started they practiced 21!z hours, four nights a week. The team did have one definite advantage that helped make their season successful. The average height of the starters was 5'11" to 6'0". This helped them since the teams they were up against were not as strong nor as tall as they have been in the past. l FRONT ROW: Coach Bill Sturms, Tony Woods, Mike Clemens, Wally Kardux, Tony Shellabar- ger,Todd Severson, Doug Smaus, Ass't Coach Doug Calkins. SECOND ROW: Dan Leatherman, Hal Porter, Craig Marr, Greg Campbell, Andy Allison, Brad Woodstra. BACK ROW: Scott Gordy, Randy Smith, Steve Bermel, jeff Lee, Carl Sneddon, Randall Eichelberger, jeff McCulley. Nineteen players carried the Girl's Varsity Basketball team through the club's most successful season since its beginning three years ago. The season began in October and continued through the tournaments in February. During the first six weeks the girls practiced two hours a day, but when the games Success ul Age Three started, the practice time varied from an hour to an hour and a half. Games were held on Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday nights. The set line consisted of forwards jill Crouse, Lesa Greenwald and Melissa Hart while guards were Sheri Cook, julie Powers, janice Ward and Brenda Mente, During the half time of the games, forwards and guards were separated to different parts of the locker room. Coach Duane Thomas talked strategy with the forwards while Assistant Coach Ted Blaesing helped the guards. Coach Thomas said he observed the other team in pre-game warm up because he knew the manner in which his team played. He told the girls that the better they play in warm up, the better they would play in the actual game. In the Mississippi Valley Conference the girls made a definite improvement over the past years, placing fifth out of ten with a 4-5 record. They ended tournament play with a 1-2 record. Guard Sheri Cook made second team and guard Ianice Ward third team in all conference voting. Forwards jill Crouse and Lesa Greenwald received Honorable Mentions. Coach Thomas commented, "I feel that this is a very poised group of girls and this is one reason why they have had a winning record." FRONT: Lisa Greenwald, jill Crouse, Melissa Hart, janice Ward, Sheri Cook, Brenda Welsh. SECOND ROW: Coach Duane Thomas, Helen Lazio, Michelle Oveson, Diane Vanderlinden, julie Powers, Sue Pribyl, julie TeStrake, Ass't Coach Ted Blaesing. THIRD ROW: Karen Peterson, Traci Timmons, Margaret Brink, Girls Varsity Basketball -ws-...mea Cindy Perkins, Rose Yerington, Chris Wohlers. BACK ROW: Kim McKinney, Lori Harris, Chris Noll SM, Debbie Sywassink, Lori Van Est. In the huddle Coach Thomas explains game strategy during a time out as the upcoming quarter approaches the intense listeners. -5'-H i , ---WQJQ.-att.,- ., Overpowering Mediapolis's challenge for possession of the ball, lanice Ward, with the steadfast aid of Sheri Cook gives rise to fast action. lanice was chosen for the third team in All-Conference. GIRL'S VARSITY BASKETBALL I11-81 MHS OPP, Dubuque Senior 46 61 Davenport West 53 73 Cedar Rapids Kennedy 48 82 Keokuk Cardinal Stritch 65 53 Iowa City West 59 49 Keokuk 50 58 Dubuque Hempsted 57 27 Mediapolis 35 54 Bettendorf 34 66 Burlington Notre Dame 50 34 Davenport Assumption 43 39 Cedar Rapids Washington 45 36 Wilton 39 36 Cedar Rapids Iefferson 44 50 Iowa City West 55 37 Iowa City High 38 29 Davenport Central 50 49 Clinton 43 47 Burlington 36 26 GIRLS' IR, VARSITY BASKETBALL I9-101 MHS OPP. Dubuque Senior 60 55 Davenport West 53 65 Cedar Rapids Kennedy 38 72 Keokuk Cardinal Stritch 61 37 Iowa City West 51 73 Keokuk Dubuque Hempstead 44 54 Mediapolis 60 84 Bettendorf 41 64 Burlington Notre Dame Davenport Assumption 39 66 Cedar Rapids Washington 47 65 Wilton 54 27 Cedar Rapids Iefferson 60 52 Iowa City West 45 51 Iowa City High 42 44 Davenport Central 46 39 Clinton 67 69 Burlington 51 52 l Q ,al 17' Fraternizing with the enemy, Sheri Cook converses with her Iowa City opponent. Sheri was chosen for the second team in All- Conference, the highest honor received by a player since the team began. get ystta y y iiys 7 1 regr 4 I ,, lyai QQ Q5 I tt,yy 11 Forward jill Crouse seeks aid from Lisa Creen- wald during a bout with Iowa City West. This top of the key battle resulted in two points for the Muskies. l, Girls Varsity Basketball I Starting on top, Rick Trophy winner Kevin Allchin struggles to pull his opponent off Recognition isgiven tosophomore Steve Hoag balance.Kevin,wholedtheteaminscoring,was after a successful pin of his Cedar Rapids also voted Most Valuable Wrestler. Washington opponent in the high school gym. l Despite strenuous practices and constant workouts, inexperience caused the wrestling teams to fall into a rut that kept them down throughout a long, tough season. Setting to work the Varsity Wrestling team opened their season with a home match against the 33-21 decision against Cedar Rapids Kennedy. In their second Mississippi Valley Conference, Osvaldo Mendoza got a rousing start. Weighing only 85 pounds, he delighted the fans by gaining a 11-0 decision, while nearly pinning his opponent. Wilton Beavers, gathering a 40-18 loss. Falling behind 18-0 after three matches, the Muskies were never able to recover. "I guess you can expect this," Coach Don Yahn explained, "when you're using six kids that have never wrestled in a varsity match before." Being the top returnee of the year, Kevin Allchin brought numerous points for MHS. In their third defeat against Burlington, 41-13, Allchin gave the Muskies some faith by slamming his opponents' shoulders to the mat, putting the first MHS points on the scoreboard. Highlighting the season with a near win, the Muskies dropped a Wrestling Placing fifth in the North Scott Invitational, Coach Don Yahn's Muskies wound up with a small 51 points, whipping up two straight foes. In previous 'years the team had met its peak before league season began. Coach Yahn explained that this year he tried to bring the wrestlers along slower so that they would peak out during the conference season. Although many wrestlers were new at the sport, the experience gained this year had the coach and team looking ahead to a bright season next fall. VARSITY WRESTLING MHS OPP Wilton 18 40 Washington 22 29 Burlington 13 41 Clinton 9 44 C.R. Kennedy 21 33 Muskie Invitational 3rd C.R. Washington 11 46 Dubuque Senior 16 35 Lancer Invitational 5th Mt,Pleasant 28 23 Iowa City West 5 46 Bettendorf 2 53 C.R. Iefferson 8 49 Dubuque Hempstead 14 46 LC. City High 9 46 SOPHOMORE WRESTLING MHS OPP Clinton 18 41 C.R.Kennedy Invitational 7th C.R. Kennedy 9 33 Fresh-Soph Tourney 3rd C.R. Washington 28 39 Dubuque Senior 33 35 Iowa City West 37 18 Bettendorf 5 54 C.R. Iefferson 15 57 Dubuque Hempstead 12 57 LC. City High 4 47 In command of the situation, Greg Harper immobilizes his opponent in a successfully attempted reverse. Prepping for the meet, Dan Rivera works out along with teammates as fans fill the stands before a bout with Dubuque Hempstead. M FRONT: Dan Phelps, Gary Lyons, Robert Beeding, jeff Coder, jeff Brewer. SECOND ROW: Brad Brammer, Chris Brewer, Kevin Allchin, Bob Hoffman, Steve Phelps, Dave .ii i .. 3 1 ' f Jf Stuart. BACK ROW: Rick Causse, Doug Fry, Greg Harper, Dave Kemp, Greg Fulton, Mark Thomas, Paul Reed, Randy Shouse, Steve Suhl. Wrestling A double victory is won as Todd Duncan breaks the string in the 440 yard dash at Heinz field. Striving for and taking second place is teammate Craig Plowman. Flying high now, Brad Smith soars over the long jump pit in a home meet against lowa City. E . Clin 4 FRONT ROW: Brian Hutt, Doug Anson, Terry I Dave Powers, Bob He'rTry, Tom Schmalz. FIFTH Smith, Gene Bailey, Andy Allison, john Gaeta, Bill Fletcher, Leo Tometich. SECOND ROW: Harley Reynolds, Rick Curtis, Gary Monroe, Doug Fry, Craig Plowman, Brad Smith, Bill Anklam, john Maeglin. THIRD ROW: john Sturms, Chris Armstrong, Todd Duncan, Wade Terrill, Gary Wagner, jed Shoppa, Myron Meyn, jim Bartlett. FOURTH ROW: jeff Cochran, Brad Bower, Tony Shellabarger, jeff Lee, Pat Dietz, 86 Boys Track ROW: Dan Rivera, Wayne Conley, Greg Harper, Steve Phelps, Mark Curtis Wesley, Plett, jim Barry, Greg Henke. SIXTH ROW: Rob Chambliss, Randy Eichelberger, Herb Hahn, Chris Ales, Tom Tyler, Craig Marr, Mike Mitchell. SEVENTH ROW: Dan Atkins, Tim Tyler, jeff Lyon, Ed Costillo, john McAreavy, Dan Dietz, Mark Ward. BOY'S TRACK Varsity MHS OPP iowa City City High 90 28 Iowa City West 103 39 Relays: MHS Keokuk 1st Ottumwa 1st Fort Madison 1st Conference: MVC. 6th Muskie Invitational 2nd Districts 5th Sophomores MHS OPP Iowa City City High 81 28 Iowa City West 70 48 Fort Madison 115 i I Relays: MHS Forwald 1st Lancers 1st Conference 1st Bettendorf Triangular: Bettendorf 84 Muscatine 47 Davenport Assumption 43 Stretchin' out ahead of his opposition, jeff Lyon wastes no time in getting his feet back on the ground and across the line in the 120 high hurdles. Comin' round the bend, Chris Ales quickens his stride to maintain his lead in the race. If ever there was a season for firsts and winning combinations, it was this season for Coach Dave Matthews' varsity and sophomore track teams. The varsity team brought home the trophy from the Keokuk Relays, placing first in the Class-A division. Four firsts were achieved in the meet including one by the 880 team of Andy Allison, Bill Anklam, Doug Fry, and Gary Monroe. Mike Mitchell won the mile run, Ieff Cochran took the 440 yard dash and the team of Cochran, Todd Duncan, Monroe and Craig Plowman broke the string in the mile relay. Compiling a total of 110 points, the varsity captured the Forwald relay. Individual wins eased the Muskies into that third outdoor win in as many tries. Victories were recorded by Ieff Lyon, in the high hurdles, Gene Bailey in the mile run Randall Eichelburger in the long jump and Tim Tyler in the discus. The varsity team felt the sting of defeat in a triangular meet in Bettendorf on April 26. They finished second to Bettendorf's varsity team. The Bulldogs dominated the meet, winning all but five events, but the Muskies did not place. The sophomore team also experienced their first loss, being clipped 73-72 by Bettendorf in the last event. The sophomores had wins Mu kie ower Relays in Iowa City winning nine of the meet's eighteen events. School records were set by the two-mile relay crew of Iim Barry, Mike Mitchell, Chris Ales and Dan Dietz, and once again by the infamous mile relay team of Cochran, Duncan, Monroe and Plowman. Sophomores Doug Anson, Tom Tyler, Al Ward and Ed Castillo also won their 880 in the 220 yard dash, the 880 relay, both the high and low hurdles, and both the high and long jumps. State qualifiers included Bill Anklam, placing 6th in the 220, Anklam, Doug Fry, Brad Smith and Ieff Cochran in the 880 relay, Mike Mitchell, and Tony Shellabarger in the mile, and Gene Bailey in the 2 mile. Boys Track 87 Ordinarily, the objective of any track team is to break previous records, and ordinarily several are broken yearly. But when a track team sets eighteen records in one Melissa Hart running their share of the meet. While in the distance medley, runners Iill Crouse, Melissa Hart, Brenda Mente, and Teresa Harper ran to finish third, field season, that's not so ordinary. Coach Ierry Lorimors girls track team accomplished this feat, The long hard February practices soon paid off as eight girls qualified for state. Sue Pribyl, Teresa llarper, Brenda Mente, and Melissa Hart ran in the mile relay to place second and became eligible for a fifth all time best. The 880 relay also placed second with lean Byrne. Laurie Vanlist, lill Crouse, and Upandoverwith speedandagility,RobinLohse strives over the third hurdle in the shuttle hurdle relay. A fight to the finish between Lori Stuhr and Nancy Madden resulted in two victories for the Muskies in the 100 yard dash. 88 Girls Track events sent one person, Iulie Powers to finish sixth in discus. This field event victory gave the Muskies the needed points to tie for fourth. Completing the season with 6-0 in dual meets, two and two in invitationals and third in Trojan Relays, the girls felt pride in a season of hard work and more than the usual amount of accomplishments, Ready, aim, fire. Rhonda Henry prepares to hurl the discus during the field event at Heinz field. Q I' I 2, I ISM' The wind-up. julie Powers hurls the softball quickly and forcefully over her head in hopes of a first place in this event. Taking it almost to the limit, Melissa Hart receives the baton from jill Crouse just before crossing the finish line, avoiding disqualifica- tion. GIRLS TRACK MHS OPP Burlington 93 50 Washington 104 39 I.C. West-Bettendorf 2nd Pantherette Relays ist North Scott Invitational 2nd Davenport Relays 2nd Cedar Rapids Washington 80 63 Fairfield Relays 151 Iowa City City High 82 60 District 4th Pleasant Valley 104 39 MVC Meet 3rd Burlington 119 24 Drake Invitational Mile Relay 6th State Tenthalon 4th FRONT ROW: Lynette Adams, Lauri VanEst, Ann Mitchell, Linda Mittman, Michelle Oveson, Gail Neff. SECOND ROW: jill Shelangoski, Mary Hart, Lori Harris, Teresa Harper, Sherri Cook, Rose Yerington, Vallory jones. THIRD ROW: Carol Rininisland, Diane Vanerlinden, Sue Pribyl, Kathy Fruits, Diane Kraklow, Nancy Madden, Sue Roth. FOURTH ROW: Robin Phillips, Sally Brown, Mary Laeser, Cynthia Sayles, Lori Stuhr, Rhonda Henry, Lori Tiecke. FIFTH ROW: Vidette Longhurst, Sue Schroeder, Stephanie Sayles, Lisa Chittick, julie Powers, Sylvia Carroll. BACK ROW: S. M. Lorine Keller, Kris Boehme, S. M. Vanessa Sloat, Melissa Hart, Brenda Mente. ABSENT: Margaret Brink, Linda Burr, jean Byrne, jill Crouse, Robin Lohse, Carie Stych, Michelle Stych, janis Ward, Kim Wiegand. Girls Track 89 The Cirls Tennis team got an early start at their season as practice began at the beginning of March. Prior to this the majority of the girls worked out by doing exercises, running and lifting weights. New Coach Dan Beer psyched the girls for each meet by holding several pep talks. The season meets consisted of seventeen dual meetings, none of which were at home. Despite gallant efforts, the girls battled tough competition and won only one meet The team won an overwhelming victory of 7-2 over Burlington. Conquering all their opponents, Ice Kolar, Ieff Allen, Brian Litten, Scott Fisher and Mark Lawrence won in singles. The first Muskie Invitational held at the high school was made up of four teams: Muscatine, Camanche, Fort Madison and Burlington. Placing first was Camanche with ten points, followed by the Muskies with eight points. against Fort Madison. The varsity team consisted of six players. Throughout the season Diane Weis played first position, Martha Riley number two, and Mary Williams and Lovella Slot held spots three and four. The number five position was played by Sue Richmond and number six by Meg Lande. The next positions were between Teri Koehrsen, LuAnn Tietge, Traci Timmons, Laurette Slot, Meagan Conway and Ianet Pearson. Surviving a small tornado and rain storms, the 1977 Boys Tennis team came through with a winning year, the best one since 1968. Opening the season with a 5-4 win over Fort Madison, Coach Ron Kiser's team withstood threatening weather conditions while winning 4-2 in singles. In Ottumwa on April 1 the netters played out a 5-2 meet. Ionathan Knott won the only match of the day, despite the rainy weather. Practices after school on the high school courts usually lasted from 2-2 1!z hours a night. 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The varsity members listen to game strategy. flf xx Eyeing the server, Louella Slot waits for the ball to land in her court. Cold weather calisthenics? No, Coach Ron Kiser explains the position of the arm in the overheard serve to players. 5 FRONT: Managers, Chris Noll, jolynn Steve Hansen, john Powers, jon Knott,BACK Heitmann,Linda Avesing. SECOND ROW:Scott ROW: Kelly Fosberg, Steve Ales. Chris Kiser, Fisher, Brian Litten, joe Kolar, Mark Lawrence, john Nietzel, Tom McAreavy, jeff Allen. THIRD ROW: Bob Hoffman, jim Kim, BOYS TENNIS l12-Bl MHS OPP Fort Madison 5 4 Ottumwa 2 5 Davenport Central 4 5 Camanche 4 5 Cedar Rapids Kennedy 7 2 Pleasant Valley 9 0 Davenport Assumption 7 2 Fort Madison 5 4 Muskie Invitational 2nd Burlington 7 2 Bettendorf 1 8 Clinton 8 3 Iowa City West 5 4 Davenport Assumption 7 2 Burlington 5 2 Conference Meet 2nd Davenport West 3 6 Camanche 4 5 Bettendorf 3 6 DISTRICT Iowa City West 11 6 Iowa City City 6 13 GIRLS TENNIS l1-12l MHS OPP Camanche 3 6 Bettendorf '0 9 Pleasant Valley 1 8 Davenport Central 3 6 Fort Madison 8 1 Iowa City West 2 7 Camanche Tournament 2nd Burlington 1 8 Fort Madison 4 5 Cedar Rapids jefferson 2 7 Assumption 0 9 Burlington 0 9 Bettendorf 1 8 Cedar Rapids jefferson 4 5 FRONT ROW: Sue Richmond, Mary Williams, Diane Weis, Martha Riley. SECOND ROW: Traci Timmons, Theresa Dean, Meg Lande, Teri Koehrsen. BACK ROW: janet Pearson, Meagan Conway, Laura Lindow, LuAnn Tiegte, Boys! Girls Tennis 91 A powerful drive by Carol jansen sends the ball soaring toward the green in a dual meet against Columbus junction. Carol placed second on the jV team with a score of 52. The green can be mean, but with concentra- tion and veteran skill, Louise Bloom sinks the putt. Louise was the recipient of the Myrtle Othmer trophy for participation in golf. GlRL'S GOLF Varsity L16-1? MHS OPP West Liberty 208 218 Keokuk 196 223 Burlington 197 219 Columbus junction 204 268 Davenport Central 200 226 Cedar Rapids jefferson 207 213 Bettendorf 215 215 Burlington 196 227 Columbus junction 190 220 Clinton 195 209 Davenport West 211 255 West Liberty 181 183 Bettendorf 179 184 Tournament Play Iowa City West 229 214 Iowa City City High 250 216 Muscatine 204 195 junior Varsity L5-13 West Liberty 243 271 Burlington 223 310 Cedar Rapids jefferson 247 283 Columbus junction 211 247 West Liberty 219 224 Bettendorf 217 205 Sectional First Place I Districts Fourth Place I FRONT ROW: Mindy Maurath, Sandy Holland, Debbie Ogilvie, Louise Bloom, Lori Stanhope. SECOND ROW: Carol jansen, Lana Hahn, Keren johnston, Dana Watson, Teresa Howell, Mr. Dan 92 Glrlsf Boys Golf Brookhart. BACK ROW: Patty Callaghan, janice Dwyer, Lynn Weber, Mary Garbutt, Ann Menendez, joni Hansen. MISSING: judy johnson, Lynne Cioedken, Wendy Berry. Eyeing the hole, junior varsity team member Patty Callaghan prepares to backswing before hitting a long drive, Varsity l7-1-6l MHS OPP Assumption 171 177 Assumption 222 199 Burlington 177 159 Burlington 163 164 Bettendorf 224 208 Bettendorf 148 149 Columbus jct. 164 161 Columbus jct. 159 152 Washington 148 165 Washington 153 153 Pleasant Valley 160 180 Pleasant Valley 182 175 Iowa City West 166 168 Iowa CityWest 167 168 junior Varsity t0-71 MHS OPP Assumption 183 193 Assumption 176 186 Burlington 150 161 Burlington 171 175 Bettendorf 160 168 Columbus jct. 162 171 Washington 166 175 14th Ottumwa Invitational: Tie for 6th place out of 14 teams Working hard and winning were high points with the Girl's Golf team. As a whole, the team had improved much over last year's 3-12 record. In fact, they did a complete turn-around and were declared the MVC champs. At this time in the '76 season, only two girls had met averages in the 50's. The remaining girls were in the 60's. This year saw one in the 40's and nine in the 50's. Freshmen judy johnson, Carol jansen, and Patty Callaghan contributed much to the team's 16-1 record. johnson finished the season with an average of 44 while Callaghan tallied averages in the low 50's. johnson also claimed the title of having the record low individual with a 41. Coach Dan Brookhart stated that the girls were more willing to work this year. They became more involved in the sport by attending golf camp or taking private lessons. Scores improved greatly with extra work on week-ends. Q J, Q 4 ' :-mf: L in L S 7 A t-Qf1?3Qif.gif,. 1. 55 5 41 ' ' . ,. . .. r, Q ...way Q.. r. ',.,.'s,L-:sw -rj A 'f-for f,-- sm Lf t .. ,, H' ' A -A , , . f"'F:'rh".-2:.-ww,-N.-s?'15'i'i'2i .T A " . .staff , ' -. gag. ig. ' ' 5 - gyas . fp.. .K 'Neff fr it aa... . . x Frozen at the edge of the green, Tom Siering waits for a lengthy putt shot to find the hole. The Muskie Boy's Golf team 'putt' together a successful '77 season with a number of talented sophomore and junior players who backed the returning seniors in the varsity and led the junior varsity to an undefeated season. Coach Leary Smith frequently switched players during the year to give competitive sophs a chance to play varsity their first year. After losing early in the season to Burlington, the varsity bounced back to defeat them later in the season by just one stroke. This win however, was not their only close triumph. A round against Bettendorf matched the team against a nationally ranked Bettendorf golfer originally from Ottawa, Canada. Once again the Muskies pulled a one-stroke win with jim Smith making the low score of the day: a two-under-par 34, beating the opposition's finest, Greg Tebbutt by two strokes. The season ended with a varsity record of 7-1-6. 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K ...,,., K KT ,,K,,,Kf-Kg KKKKj KK,K,fs'2Tf1-3-57':KgKKK:KKKQj f.K1,g:?r?5KK. my M ,-ff--f ga-rw-.. -, Y -M 'f:. gh, . .. K ,. -FT -.f..... .,-...R. . .,-..-,xw-A'-jfjjj,,f.,..?'. W . .. ' ,,f".j"Z"' ,7""'?'f' '. :Zig T,-13. :1.:.gL'fT'L.ZiTITI. 521. . W...-T-.11 ., .,.,.,....v., ,mg-f Big Bird Gets His Day at MHS What in the world was that noise in the halls? TWEET TWEET TWEET TWEET Sounds like they've got a bird out there? They wouldn't do that would they? I heard there were going to be real birds at the assembly but not in the halls! Let's go take a look. What a way to start a Monday morning. Students could be seen poking their heads out of advisor bases all over the school looking for the source of these strange sounds. Bird Day may have sounded like a really crazy idea but when March 21 rolled around, students found themselves enjoying it and joining in the fun! The day seemed to be appropriate for the songs of the birds. It was the first bright and sunshiny day Muscatine had seen since the start of a very cold winter. An afternoon assembly topped off the day with competition bird calls by Cindy Todd, Steve Phelps, Ellen Swain, Keith McElroy, and of course Big Bird. Steve Phelps walked away with the grand prize-a stuffed duck. Doug Terranova gave a short presentation on the birds that were brought in from Weed Park. The day turned out not only to be as unusual as everyone expected but fun for all as well. Council Sparks ction Members of Student Council always have and probably always will ear the usual cut-down comments from the student body. "Why don't you guys do something for a change? What does Student Council ever do for the school?" Perhaps its about time the students find out just what they are doing. juniors and Senior Class representatives were elected in the spring of 1976. The first two weeks of school last fall were devoted to Sophomore Class elections, after which plans for Homecoming began. Student Council was com letely in charge a ain this year andl organized field andg hall decorations, float construction, powder-puff events, bonfire and pig roast, and the dance. In October and November the council was in charge of raising money for the United Way Campaign. The middle of the year found junior members pre aring for the junior-Senior Prom lleld in May. Money raising projects included candy sales, which brought about six-hundred dollars, and a car wash held in April. Besides the above projects S.C. heads every year, other things did happen. The first new idea came in December when S.C. organized a 96 Student Council very successful New Year's Eve dance featuring the Chataqua Road Band. March Z1 became known as "Bird Day" and the Thursday before Easter was "Hat Day", when students wore the hat of their choice. The Masterson Came, which S.C. organized, was held on May 12, and after the game the sophomores held a "Disco Dance" in the cafeteria. Raising an issue, Chris Goss voices his ideas about turning a storage room into a vending area for paper and pencils. Questioning a problem brought up at a meeting, Steph Nowysz and Sue Hoffman raise their hands in hopes of providing a solution. Picking a winning bird caller is quite a job for George Tometich who turns to a feathered expert for help. as S 5 lust for the birds? Not if you participated in the Bird Calling Contest on Bird Day. Steve Phelps whistled before peers and faculty members at the assembly. Student Council President: First Semester- lenny Calvert Second Semester- George Tometich Vice-President: Scott Drake Secretary: Cara Watson Treasurer: Bill Kim Seniors President: Bill Kim Vice-President: George Tometich Secretary: Scott Drake Treasurer: Brian Hammer Representatives: lulie Cozart Cindy Estabrook Bill Furlong Terri Lohse Sue Piecuch luniors President: lim Kim Vice-President: Cara Watson Secretary: julie Hansen Acting Treasurer: Sue Pribyl Representatives Karen Diehl Mike Halligan Sue Hoffman jeff Lange Steph Nowysz Teresa Seal Sophomores President: Craig Marr Vice-President: Janna jones Secretary: Chris C-oss Treasurer: Kevin Piecuch Representatives: Kim Hetzler DeAnn Livingston Jennifer Paetz Lori Panther Pam Sachs Tom Tyler ActivitiesBand: Cathy Rohrer Cheerleading: Lori Anson Chorus: Cindy Todd Drama: jeff Reist F.F.A.: Cindi Mahoney Forensics: Keith Allchin Library Club: julie Stauffer Model U.N.: john Knott Newspaper: Tom Siering Yearbook: lane Malzahn J N Speaking out about an editorial in the school newspaper, Craig Marr utilizes Student Council's bad review to reject the idea that student government is useless. His approach won him his re-election to Student Council. Student Council 97 T n Hut 7 Ten Hut And now, for your halftime entertainment, we proudly present the Mighty Marching Muskies . . These words hailed the 1976-77 marching band, described by their director Robert Kaiser, as "the best precision marching band in five years." From the last two weeks of August until early November approximately 110 people found themselves out on a dewey field at 7:30 every morning, instrument in hand, trying to wake up enough to remember the pre-game drill. Besides that, every week a different routine complete with new music had to be worked up for that Friday's halftime program. Mud and cold became the two enemies of successful practices as rain and mud-caked tennis shoes obliterated the yard lines and the frosty fall temperatures chilled mouthpieces and hands and froze valves. After football season they were grateful for the extra sleep they could catch up on. Routines were often performed to popular, contemporary songs. After every band member had auditioned they were placed in their section according to their skill and began the work of preparing for the first concert. The Symphonic Band had three formal concerts every year They also played for dedications and special occasions. This year they played for the opening of the Laura Musser Art Gallery and at City Hall on Veterans Day in the fall, Near the end of the year they took a trip to Adventureland on Muscatine Band Marching to the beat of a sophomore football win, Terry French waits her turn to play her saxophone in the Homecoming parade. 98 Band Marching their way through the Fourth of july parade, Sally Webb, Duane Fuller, lolynn judges. K 1976-1977 Muskie High Band President-Martha Riley Vice President-Doug Terranova Secretary-Marla Hoopes Student Council-Cathy Rohrer Heitmann and Doug Terranova play past the . .IE Cindy Allison jeff Lange Virginia Altman Brian Leimkuehler Val Auberg joann Lick Mahlon Barker Laurie Bashore Wendy Berry Loise Bloom Janine Bolt Sally Brown Susie Bunn Barb Burr lean Byrne Kenlyn Clark jeff Coder Wayne Conley Sheri Cook Keith Costas Phil Crews Sue Curtis Teresa Danay jeff Deahr lim Delveau Christine Dierdorff Randall Eichelberger Debbie Erickson Cheryl Evans Cindy Evans Matt Evans Carol Forest jerry Freese Duane Fuller Terry French Mary Garbutt Dave Gardner Rick Garrison Mike Goethe Randy Goodale Misty Goodrick Kris Gregersen Chris Guck Paulette Hall lan Hansen Lori Harris lolynn Heitmann Greg Henke Ann Hezler Lisa Hickman Julie Horst Brad Kardux Laura Lindow Scott Lurndal Steve Massey Scott McConnaha Sue McBride Myron Meyn Doris Miller Lavoy Miller David Mohr Ron Murdock Jeff Myers Larry Ostermeier Johnathan Paetz jennifer Paetz Lori Panther Lori Plank Linda Posten ludene Ransom Laura Reeves jeff Reis! Kerry Ritz Polly Rock Walter Rock Jeanne Rohrer Pam Sachs Kevin Safely Karen Schmoldt Sandy Sander Steve Schwandke Sheri Steckman Dean Stych Dave Symonds Edward Symonds Sue Symonds Debbie Sywassink- Diane Sywassink Amber Thompson Lori Tiecke . LuAnn Tietge Traci Timmons Diane Vanderlinden Liz Warren I Sally Webb Doug Wendlandt Carolyn Wilson Nancy Worthington X Deb Kruse Soup's on! Chris Guck, Mahlon Barker an jerry Freese gather napkins, silverware an placemats in preparation for a successful sou supper. J it Day. To top off a successful year the band took a trip to Austria in june to meet and play with other bands from Austria and surrounding countries. Money-raising projects were in progress all through the year. One of these, the fruit drive, resulted in the majority of the band gathering at a warehouse one cold February morning to form bucket-brigade-like lines to unload the boxes of fruit from a semi for storage over night. At the awards banquet contest medals were awarded. Martha Riley won the john Phillip Sousa Award for her outstanding participation in band during her three years. . .mil f .gF""""' .mfr A Q fm - A .t I ea' 9 Pre-game preparation is an everyday thing for band members. The clarinet section forms its portion of the "M" Marking time under the blazing sun, Chris Guck watches the drum major for a cue to change the cadence and begin the march. .fxdq 1' Band 99 Making Music The Swing Choir kicked off the year with a concert on October 10 students were chosen for their vocal abilities and choreographic skills. Four accompanists were selected as the combo. The group performed Christmas concerts for several organizations in the area as well as the annual holiday concert held December 19 in the auditorium., Some of their more memorable songs included "Chestnuts Roasting On An Open Fire", "The Alfred Byrd Carols", and "Fruitcake". , In early spring the swing choir entered the Iowa State Solo and Ensemble Contest as a chamber choir and received a I rating. for the KiWH1'1iS Club' TWQUW With jazz being the popular style of music for choirs to sing, director Iohn Iones helped the group learn a jazz version of the country hit, "I Can't Stop Loving You." Later they learned "Operator", a song made famous by the Manhattan Transfer. The Senior Awards Assembly on May 23 featured the swing choir with the Concert Choir. Each group performed songs from their repertoire. Several members of the Swing Choir had attended a swing choir clinic at Western Illinois University last summer. At the clinic they were put into separate swing groups where they learned various new songs and Fifa r ,. fx is 1.1-.1 Blast Off is the title of the number, and the sound put forth by the trumpet section of the lazz Band sends the song soaring to a climax during a school concert, Sax appeal describes the mellow sounds of the sax section of Stage Band. Here, Sue Curtis breaks into a grin while Matt Evans, Terry French and Chris Dierdorff try not to notice. The chorus line finale of "Lady Madonna" received applause at the Swing Choir's final concert performance in the auditorium. The constantly changing time meter made this one of the group's more difficult numbers to perform. 100 Stage Band!Swing Choir f F dance steps. At the end of the week each group performed before an audience of peers and parents. Their concerts were recorded and most members purchased the record of their own group's performance. To approximately twenty-five people in Stage Band the names Sammy Nestico. Carl Strommen, and Iimmy Duffy meant music-Big Band music. This select group was Muscatine High School's own Stage Band. They were chosen from the whole band in late fall by a special evening audition, and one of their first trips was to Iowa City to a Iazz Band clinic. Throughout the year they played for the school and numerous civic functions. They described their music vaguely as f'different". It is not Chicago but definitely not Guy Lombardo. Their reportoire, besides having the three aforementioned writers, is also spiced with more modern songs like "Theme from Mahogonyu and their own favorite f'Crunchy Granola Suite." Mr. Kaiser described the goals of the Stage Band as such, "Stage Band should, and hopefully did, provide a different media of expression from concert band." There was a big focus on individual abilities too, as the number of solos Band switched shirt styles throughout the year but kept their classy white slacks. It made the group look more informal but so was the music. You won't hear concert band play, "I got a song been on my mind and it don't say much and the words don't rhyme Stage Band Kris Gregersen Mahlon Barker Chris Gufk Sheri Cook lolynn Heitmann Sue Curtis Greg Henke jeff Deahr Marla Hoopes lim Delveau Chris Dierdorff Cindy Evans Matt Evans illustrated. The uniform was different Terry Frgngh from concert band. The Stage Dave Gardner Scott McConnaha Larry Ostermeier lon Paetz Kevin Safley Steve Schwandke Turning on the feminine charm, the Swing Choir girls perform "More, More, More" before a full house at their last concert. Sexy smiles, winks and slinky movements added Swing Choir Mike Amos Lorrl Anson Valerie Auberg Amy Bosch Kim Butcher Sheri Cook Scott Curry Mark Curtis jeff Deahr Matt Evans Kris Gregersen Kevin Kiser highlights to the number. Connie Kossives Dean Kossives Mark Lawrence john Lazio Lisa Minder jonathan Paetz julie Phelps Sue Piecuch Debbie Sywassink Cindy Todd ludy Troxel Mandy Whitlow Stage Band!Swing Choir 101 Seventy-six voices of the Concert Choir followed tradition as they opened the year with a concert with the Muscatine Community College choirs in the high school auditorium. The Concert Choir repertoire included folk and classical music and a Negro spiritual entitled "Creat Dayn. Explaining the way he chooses music for each concert, director john jones stated that the first concert is devoted primarily to classical and folk literature from around the world. "The Christmas concert dictates its own style," he said, adding that the music ranges from a few Sin It toth World religious songs done in a church-like atmosphere, to famous and contemporary carols performed with a minimum of choreography. In this portion of the rogram the choir dressed to fit tlie casual mood of the music. At the spring concert held in May the music is predominately contemporary. Mr. jones believes that varying the music is not only a better teaching tool, but holds the students' interests as well as his own. At the spring concert the group tackled "Send in the Clowns" a newer piece with difficult harmonies, and a selection from "The Wiz" entitled "Everybody Rejoice". The biggest single roup effort by both the choir and tie Choral Parents was the smorgasboard held on February 10. Students and parents provided the food, served coffee, cleared tables and waited on the more than 500 people who attended. Live entertainment was featured throughout the evening by Swing Choir, Sophomore Singers and several soloists from the Concert Choir. After the last concert, Concert Choir had a short awards presentation where Connie Kossives and Sheri Cook received the Vocal Music awards and Amy Bosch received the Accompianist award. K President: Connie Kossives Vice President: julie Phelps Secretary: Sheri Cook Historian: judy Troxel N Student Council: Cindy Todd Mike Adams Lorri Anson Valerie Auberg Kris Boehme Amy Bosch Susan Briggs Sue Burzlaff Kim Butcher Sylvia Carroll Cathy Carter Lisa Chittick Marsha Christy Sue Conway julie Cozart Phil Crews Scott Curry Mark Curtis jeff Deahr Tammy Eggenburg Matt Evans Cynthia Frank Eric Gatzke Kathy George Carla Grady joan Graettinger Kris Gregersen Ginger Hahn julie Hansen Patti Higgerson Sue Hoffman Sandy Holland Samantha Honts Leah johnson jeff Kardux Bill Kim Kevin Kiser Dean Kossives Sarah Lacy Barb Lake Mark Lawerence john Lazio Robin McKinney Lisa Minder Teri Monson jeff Myers Chris Noll Valarie Nyenhuis Andy Pace jonathan Paetz Cindy Perkins Karen Petersen julie Phelps Sue Piecuch Sue Pribyl Lori Rada Sue Richmond Martha Riley Darlene Rininsland Margaret Ruiz Donna Schmidt joAnn Shaffer Tim Snyder joe Steinke Dennis Stych Ed Symmonds Debbie Sywassink Diane Sywassink Diane Vanderlinden Mandy Whitlow Mary Williams Nancy Worthington X J Getting the beat and the cues from director john jones, the choir begins another selection from their spring concert repertoire. 102 Concert Choir X. 'W Slit C i Eyes aglow, sopranos Kim McKinney and Sarah Lacy tell the audience how Santa came down the chimney with toys for all good children. 'SEP .r -Y' Comfy in their iammies, Sue Richmond, Andy Pace, ludy Troxel, Sue Briggs and ludy Kolpack sing a children's Christmas song to set a true holiday mood. Christmas is for children, and the concert choir, donned in sleepwear cuddle their toys as they sing "Twas the Night Before Christmas." Feeling a brand new day, the concert choir's final concert featured "Everybody Rejoice from The Whiz. jeff Deahr, Karen Petersen, Leah johnson, Andy Pace and Sue Conway perform the hand motions adding life to the song. Singt th Music As school doors opened, mouths opened too. Sure, mouths are supposed to do that as well as doors, but for 28 people there was a special reason. Sophomores, involving themselves in one of several vocal programs offered discovered their voices being trained and tuned under the guidance of music director Iohn jones. The name of this organization you ask? What else, the Sophomore Singers! A segment of another choral group, mixed choir, the 28 members performed various styles of music with choreography intermingled through the numbers. The choral smorgasboard which took place on February 10 was not the only function where the public heard the singers. Another was the music deparments Christmas program held in the auditorium. While performing, members learned and developed their skills concerning music. In future years two other musical groups swing choir and concert choir will reap benefits from the experience received from the originating of the Sophomore Singers Meanwhile audiences can enjoy the talents that "Sing Gut" from those sophs. Made up of sophomores, the Mixed Choir enjoyed having four concerts: in the fall, at Christmas, Spring, and the Senior awards assembly. They met three days a week 10-11 segments, working on various numbers devoting each concert to different styles of music. In the awards assembly they went Presidential pause. Kevin Piecuch, Sophomore Singers president, waits with a satisfied smile for his entrance as Michelle Stych sings sweet and soft. 104 Mixed ChoirfS0ph Singers K President: Kevin Piecuch' Vice-President: Karen Dean Sec.-Treas.: Kathi Terrill' Historian: julie Timm 1 N X Laurie Axel Linda Birkhofer Ellyn Chatfield julie Coder Tina Elder Terry French' Barb Hazelwood Kim Hetzler' Russ Hillman Marcia Hines David Hurlbut' Tammy Ivey Diane johnson' jim johnson' justine johnson' Amy joiner Vallory jones Renee justin Keith Keever' Lorine Keller Cathy Kies Kenny King Lynn Kingery' Steve Lasell' Vidette Longhurst Mary Martin Sue Martin' Sarah McGowan jeff MCCulley"' Linda Miller Vince Munyon' Gail Neff Barb Ogle Larry Ostermeier' jennifer Paetz' Lori Panther' Carol Rininsland' Dan Rivera' Anna Salcedo Vanessa Sloat Gene Soto' Tim Stegall' Michele Stych' Tanya Tack' Yvonne Tetrick Eric Waring' Meg Lande Lisa Wright Kim Lane, Valorie Wright ' Sophomores Singers. f J 'T i, back a few years and performed a 50's medley consisting of tunes like "Do Ron Ron", "Iohnny Angel", and "Dead Man's Curve", which took the audience back in time, nostagically. Polished, professional concerts came as a result due to frequent practices and diligent training. Mr. Iones commented, "The group has improved alot since the beginning of the year and have fulfilled the goal of developing a good sound." He felt it is hard to come from different junior high's and get their music together, however the mixed choir has been a success. 99 .3 uv--fr "Look out, Fonz!" The fifties portion of the May concert performed by the Mixed Choir brought back the fond high school memories of parents in the audience. Glad tidings for Christmas were expressed by the Mixed Choir as they sang their holiday songs in the winter concert. Mixed Choir!Soph Singers 105 The Bug With Has there ever been a time in S t your life when the acting bug has bitten you and a stage with an audience is the only cure? Our local bug made his appearance at the where fifty students heard their . . beginning of the 76-77 school year calling to the MHS stage. Under the auspices of Mr. Eldon Benedict, the MHS Drama Department opened the year in October with a seasonal Halloween spoof, Bride of Frankenstein. jabberwock followed on November 12 and 13. With the opening of these two plays the high school and public were given an opportunity to view students' talents and a chance to find out what other plays were coming up. Performance creativity is indeed evident on opening night, but what about productivity during the dreaded dress-rehearsal week? How exactly does a cast and crew "get 106 Drama "Couch-entrating" on her lines, Ellen Swain combines work with relaxation and achieves a happy, stretched out medium. 2 1- 152 'mit' nn No wonder Alice is smiling. With Tweedle-dee ,and Tweedle-dum, March Hare, and all the others there, Alice in Wonderlandis pure fun, expecially for the audience. their act together"? When posed the question, "What goes into the production of a play?" Mr. Benedict commented, "In addition to rehearsals there is a lot of activity backstage, the building of sets, constructing costumes, getting props, lighting, makeup, publicityg everything has to be tied together." Total involvement is essential for the impact and total effect of a play by its cast and crews. Comedies are the types of plays most well received by high school and older audiences. Two such productions performed were Bride of Frankenstein and jabberwock. Each drew audiences who discovered well polished, light comedies. For the more serious minded, The Gazebo and In Fair Verona came to the stage on Ianuary 13 and 15 and March 11 and 12 respectively, demonstrating the diverse talents of the drama students. This spring, the child in all of us was rediscovered as the play based on Lewis Carrol's Alice In Wonderland held the Muscatine audience in its web of fantasy and adventure. Vivid, colorful costumes and props enchanted the numerous children, that attended, and brought back memories to many parents. Celebrating the success of the Drama season, May 5, 6, and 7 led the group to Chicago. Highlighting the journey, the Broadway play, The Wize was viewed May 5. With play practices that often consumed up to five hours a day, conflicts developed as tensions mounted with an approaching production. Mr. Benedict explained that tolerance is the key word in' maintaining unity between crew, cast, and director. Discipline? They have plenty of it and as the house lights dim and the curtain is drawn our school is shown a professional, tightly. formed organization of creative individuals that haunt those walls in the auditorium. K 'Keith Allchin, President 'lim Tesch, Vice President 'Laurie Bashore, Secretary Liz Barth lanice Bartkus 'Mary Bermel Cheryl Brogly 'Brian Burns Barb Burr Dianna Carter 'Cindy Estabrook Lisa Farless Gail Fluty ludy Fluty 'Kris Gregersen Lisa Hickman Julia Hines Sue Conway 'Tim Hyink Phil Crews Tracy Kerschinske Terri Davis ludy Kolpack Pam Dipple Sarah Lacy Wanda Dipple Bobbie Lee 'Kris McDaniel 'Barb McElroy 'jamie Dore Denise Dunker X . 'Steve Meerdink, Treasurer N 'loe Reifert, Historian 'jeff Reist, Student Council 'Keith McElroy Tammy Miller Ann Mitchell Teri Monson Lynn Morgan 'Dave Morris Virginia Mull iAngie Nelson 'Mike Noonan lim Phillips 'Lori Rada Fred Rivera 'Lynette Rogers Sue Roth 'Cate Sheller 'Tim Snyder 'Sarah Stanley Mattie Starr Paula Swab 'Ellen Swain 'Ed Symonds 'Gina Thompson 'Mike West Debbie Wetzel Steve Wetzel Vickie Wetzel 'International Thespian Society Member j 5 Mirror, mirror is the magic word when it comes to putting on make-up before a performance. ludy Flutey gets ready for her scenes in ln Fair Verona. "Now you've done it!" isn't exactly what Cindy Estabrook tells Romeo, Steve Meerdink, but he is being told to flee having just killed Tybalt, Drama 107 E tl ot Ju t Talk The speech, debate, and forensic team, headed by Mr. Iulian Kite had a very expressive year. At IHSSA, outstanding awards went to Cheryl Brogly for her one act play oratory along with a first place in debate at McKee Tournament. At this McKee Tournament, Kevin Piecuch was a top speaker and Steve May placed second as a speaker. The entire debate squad and Mr. Kite visited the University of Iowa and hosted the State large group contest, which included reader's theater, one-act plays, and speeches. The squad consisted of 47 members with officers: Cheryl Brogly as president, Rick Lucas-vice president, Iamie Dore-secretary, and treasurer George Tometich. Serving as student council member was Keith Allchin. Other activities includedg NFL fNational Forensic Leaguel Tournament on Feb. 19 at Coe College, IHSSA District Individual Tournament, IFL State competition on March 5, and IHSSA State Individuals competition on March 26. Out in front of the parents, teachers and peers, lim Heirigs gives an award speech at the Speech and Debate Awards Banquet. Is it safe? Rick Lucas sends shivers up the spines of his audience with his presentation of a scene from Marathon Man where a man is tortured by a Nazi dentist who specializes in extracting information. 108 Speech And Debate 'P 43 f President: 'Cheryl Brogly kKris McDaniel Vice President: Rick Lucas Secretary: 'jamie Dore Treasurer: 'George Tometich Student Council: Keith Allchin Barb McElroy Keith McElroy Steve Meerdink Lynn Morgan Dave Morris 'Kevin Piecuch Laurie Bashore 'Mike Brogly Brian Burns Wayne Crump 'jeff Deahr Wanda Dipple 'Scott FlSl'l8l' Lori Rada 'Mike Goethe 'joe Reifert Kris Gregersen jeff Reigt 'lim Heirigs lolynn Heitman 'Carrie Herlein Marla Hoopes 'Howard Hughes Brad Kardux Lauri Marshek 'Steve May Lynnette Rogers Cathy Rohrer 'Cate Sheller Tim Snyder Sarah Stanley Tim Stegall Ellen Swain lim Tesch Gina Thompson 'Speech and Debate df ,.-'A The Great Debate some times starts before the . research is done. Here jamie Dore questions joe Reifert about his position while Cate Sheller K takes notes supporting her view. Thinking it over, Keith Allchin and Cathy Rohrer look over some new material for an upcoming speech contest. Shaking hands are not caused by nerves because the speeches are all through. Cate Sheller is simply congratulating Steve Meerdink on winning an award at the Speech Awards Banquet. All talk and little action except in voice modulation are the basic concepts of speech, but Gina Thompson uses a hand gesture to stress a passage. Speech And Debate 109 Bound ords lone The selling secretaries in FSA had a profitable year pushing decorative candles, stationery, and selling goodies at bake sales. They received their sales training at one of the first FSA meetings and quickly demonstrated their sales ability by selling over 351,000 worth of candles. Cindy Orr, top saleswoman, received S100 from Princeton Industries for her super-selling job. Meetings of the FSA were held once each month at 7:00 p.m. at either the high school or various businesses. The speakers at these meetings discussed various aspects of the business world. Some of these speeches centered around such topics as "What I look for in a Secretary": "Secretary on the Spotl': and "Secretary of the World." The Secretaries topped off the year with a trip to St. Louis funded by the money they made during their super-selling year. To be a member of the library club, you do not have to be a bookworm. Members gave three periods a week of their time to do odd jobs at various desks and workrooms in the library. Their duties consisted of filing cards, magazines and other items, in addition to binding books. Members learned new and helpful skills in running a library at f K Future Secretaries of America President: Barb Lawrence Vice-President: Denise Rogers Secretary: Kathy Ross Treasurer: Darlene Rininsland Virginia Altman Kat y Avesing Tamara Bloomhuff Brenda Britcher Brenda Bryant Sue Burke Bobbie Davis Theresa England Karen Estabrook Bobbie Frantz Sheila Fuhlman Diane Garret Karla Garvin Carla Harrington Roberta Harrington Teresa Howell Wanda Hughes Judy Hunter Evelyn lorgenson Evie Korte Vicky Meador Lori Miller Lynn Miller Cindy Orr Linda Posten Toni Reichert Dana Scott Deanne Smith Tammy Snyder lulie Stauf er Sheila Steele jerri Stokes Amber Thompson Tammy Van Est Judy Wilson Kat y Wilson Tammera Wykert Library Club President: Micheal Peck Vice-President: Nancy Thompson Secretary-Treasurer: Debbie lennings Reporter: Gina England Darting Advisor: Mrs. Ingrid Voss Dianna Carter Debbie Coulter Teresa England Lana Freyermuth Curtis Gilson Barbara Hazelwood Scott Hoopes Donna Hustead Steven Kent Kenneth King Lorraine Knox Richard Nelson Lisa Oerman Ranee Owen Andrew Pace Joann Pace Lynette Rogers Randy Roth Connie Starr julie Stauffer loanne Umbanhower Micheal West Lisa Wright Valerie Wright Donna Husted State Representative: Rocky Tammera Wykert J .ff . .. ...,. M'm'.':f - f ,va V ..,, 3 8 A 4 715 Wim 4 1 ..a Studying the problems a secretary faces on a Peeking at the periodicals to find the right issue day to day basis are Wanda Hughes, Kathy for a waiting student, Randy Roth and Christy Avesing, Sheila Fuhman and ludy Hunter, Matthiessen team up to find the bound volume quickly. 110 FSA the Iowa Student Education Media Assistants Convention. This was a conference which was held at Dubuque, Iowa. To pay for the trips and parties which they had, participants held bake sales and sold candy. Earning a high honor this year, Rocky Darting was elected state treasurer. The library club also received a plaque honoring ten members who had participated eight consecutive quarters. Studing the problems a secretary faces on a day to day bases are: Wanda Hughes, Kathy Avesing, Sheila Fuhlman, and Iudy Hunter. To numerous to name are the Future Secretaries of America members pose for a sunny-day shot. Final filing is one of the odd jobs Mike Peck does in Library Club. When enough issues are collected the magazines are sent away to be permanently bound. Library Club 111 Littl of Everything To an uninformed observer, yearbook members seem to have a mysterious disease. An allergy to the cafeteria and library or a radar beam stemming from the yearbook office seems to draw loyal subjects to it's realm at all hours. Whether during free periodsg' or after school and evenings the office always seemed to be inhabited. People unfamiliar with yearbook jargon might be shocked if they listened in on a working session. Hearing someone yell, "Find a pica pole, I want to fit this head in." could make a person wonder if it was a totem pole really being constructed. Actually it's just fitting the headline on the layout. If asked to bleed a picture, most people would stare in disbelief. Running the picture off the page is all that is meant. Making sure no one is laying in the gutter is a job of layout people. A person's face doesn't look natural with a crease from the center of the book running down its middle. Drawing a dummy 'does not have the meaning normally connected with it A dummy sheet is a layout drawn before the final 3-R la triplicate layout sheetj is completed. Photographers play the biggest part in producing a yearbook. They spend free time attending all games, plays, and other school activities. Then to the darkroom, hours are spent developing and printing the needed pictures to insure enough variety and selection. Over 1,000 pictures are printed each year but conceivably 10,000 are taken. How about this? Rachel Dietz reads some tentively revised copy to Kenlyn Clark to get her ideas while Karen Diehl finds joy in a finished layout. 1' Marking it off, co-editor Debbie Schaapveld puts finishing touches on the varsity football layout. Looking up at Mr. Kemp as he discusses the progress of the yearbook, the staff listens intently. 112 Yearbook C But Yearbook was not all work and no play. Everyones birthday and the conventional holidays were celebrated, Plus a few which were made up such as TGIF day THANK GOD IT'S FRIDAY, A change in the initiation procedure was seen this year. During the Christmas party, the initiates were blindfolded and decorated as Christmas trees-unknowingly in front of the Pizza Hut at the Plaza. An awards banquet was held at the end of the year at lack Hamilton's restaurant. An experienced staff, of which 80'Vr attended summer workshops at either the University of Iowa in Iowa City or Ball State University in Muncie, Indiana, learned to work closely with each other to complete the book. As in any organization you only get out what you put in and most yearbookers came out this year with a deep respect for yearbooks. "So pass me a scalograph, I need to crop this picture!!" f N Co-Editors ...,... ............ C onnie Kossives Debbie Schaapveld Copy Editor ......................... Rachel Dietz Copy Staff ................,...,....... Kenlyn Clark julie Cozart, Karen Diehl Design ................................... Brad Kardux lane Malzahn General ...................................... Barb Burr Roberta Harrington, Carrie Reed Dana Scott, Diane Weis Advertising .................... Cindy Estabrook Lorraine Wright Index ............ ........ T eresa Howell Tammy Snyder Business ............................... Russell Vance Head Photographer .............. Barry Noret Photographers .................. Debbie Brown Debbie Erickson, Kevin Kiser Dean Kossives, jeff Reed Advisor .............................. Larry D. Kemp K J s rf E.L""'r in ,W un A K , :5. V Q, If i . i' -t K " Curled up around some copy, co-editor Connie Kossives checks and rewrites the opening and closing copy. Finishing the two-point line on a sports layout, Brad Kardux displays a shirt designed by Kerry Grady, a former MHS student. The shirt design covers all aspects of Yearbook. Yearbook 113 T nl GOOD Thing on Thursday Do you know what "the only good thing on Thursday" is? Most people do, but in case you don't know, it's the Auroran News. The Auroran News is operated very similar to the publishing of any regular newspaper. The school budgets S2500 to them and after that they are supported by their advertising. The approximate cost of publishing each issue was 3100, and they were distributed every other Thursday. The news staff was assigned regular beats where they would search out worthy news items, while the feature staff provided interesting features. Ulust for Pleasure" was a weekly review of records, concerts, films and plays. The sports staff covered athletic activities in connection with the school and the editorial staff debated in support or opposition to school related issues which affected students. Students on the Auroran staff could learn Iournalism as a career and gain valuable experience in the operation of a newspaper. Many times a large percentage of staff members go on in this field as a lifetime career. Pounding out a hot sports story, Kim Goss does her part to put the Auroran Newspaper out on time. Looking it over, Rod Johnston, sports staff member, considers which headline he should use for his copy. 114 Newspaper , M .W S X 1 AW' fg,... was E, r Advisor ............................ Ronald D. Sturm? Managing Editor ...................... Tom Siering News Editor ........... .,........,...... A nne Six Editorial Editor ...... ................ B ill Furlong Feature Editor ................... Gayle Tomasson Business Manager. ..,............. Todd Duncan News Staff ................. . ................ Teresa Ales Cort Cassens, Teresa Dean Theresa England, Sabrina Ferreira Pam Hocke, Pam Porter, julie Stauffer Sports Staff ................................... jeff Allen Kim Goss, Kevin Horton Rod johnston, Tim Peters Columnist ........ .... ........... R ick Lucas Photographer ........ .............. T eri Lohse Typists ................. ........, D ebbie Metcalf Yvonne Schoultz -g ft., ,W U . N --t , ., .F Printing ........ ........ M uscatine journal L J ileiflifqt Deadline tensions are reflected in the unsmiling face of Teresa Ales as she listens to Bill Furlong bring up a point to Gayle Tomasson and Teresa Dean. Taking care of business over the phone, managing editor Tom Siering handles the financial part of putting out the Thursday specialty. Taking aim and shooting another memorable photo for the Auroran Newspaper is Teri Lohse, sole photographer. Newspaper 115 Leaders To rr Point of personal privilege . . . I move that . . . The Chair recognizes the speaker from . . . These phrases may sound strange to many people but to the Model UN members who had to study their proper use, practice them, and then put them into use, they became a second way of speaking. Model UN is a group of students I321 interested in the workings of our government and finding out for themselves what is actually happening and what they can do. Each year the students are given two countries from which they may choose to investigate. This year's group became involved with the USSR and a smaller oil producing Country, Iran. After choosing the country they wanted to represent, as individuals they became such, thus throughout the time they participated they Hbecamel' Russians and Iranians and their primary objective was to think like and do what was best for the country they represent. Of course this is no easy task for the student that has been born and raised in the United States. It's not simple to become an instant Russian Guest speaker Dr. Abaraszewski takes part in a group discussion on his country's international policies in relation to the U.S. 116 Model UN 1 Members oi Model2.gtgQgQgsge9flatteptively to Dr. Andrzej from Poland, speak about'liliisiiiifijiittiiglifofiyilgpyernment and Communism. ' "i"i' ' 1 A rC'if...4i!iJ' . ,. .sl 'f T- w ,, ' "Q I . .. A , .Uk K s wat, ,,, .... ,. , -stxzs , S .. , , 1 Pondering over her delegation handbook, Linda Mittman intently studies for an upcoming session. you know, its not in the vodka they might drink lor even the coffee and cookies that were so often served to them at Mr. Clyde Gabriel's home during visits from various delegates of other countriesj The group held no set meetings every week or every other day that would waste time but called meetings when they found there was important information to be shared with the rest of the group, this way all the time they used out of classes was not wasted. Throughout the year meetings were set up with various people of these countries but that did not neccessarily mean the students didn't learn about other countries too. Often speakers came in to talk about countries such as Poland, the USSR, and Lebanon. This way they expanded their knowledge of the workings of different governments. The big event of the year was when, after months of working on subjects of the use of sea beds, nuclear arms, domestic- problems, jwhich came under the heading of Ecosocj and others. All the work paid off in the actual simulation of a UN meeting held for three days in Cedar Falls, Iowa. The wrap-up of the experiences was a relaxing evening with dinner and a dance that brought all the people together for their final goodbyes. The Model UN club is not one that will be easily forgotten by anyone that participated for everyone not only learned about all the workings of countries around the world but learned it in a way that brought pleasure to all. .st g wr ' . ., is attention to a visiting Ga.. Cyndi Mahoney' Scott Fisher jamie Dore Linda Avesing Chris Noll Mark Buckley Diane Sywassink jolynn Heitmann Cindy Estabrook joe Reifert Patsy Osborn Traci Timmons Linda Mittman Caroline Vanlngen Q head delegate During an in-school session, Mr. Gabriel, jerry Honts, Chris Noll and john Lazio give their speaker. N U.S.S.R. Mike Noonan Cathy Rohrer john Lazio Bill Kim Brian Piecuch jim Smith Bill Furlong' jim Kim Gayle Tomasson Tom Siering jon Knott jerry Honts George Tometich Brian Litten Vicki Carlson Scott Drake J Model UN 117 Z L. Ag's New Age ,af . Inspecting quality soybeans at the Hay and Grain Show, jamie Tyler and jeff Brewer express their opinions about the judges final placings. Listening intently to the president at a regular monthly meeting, members are informed of the procedure involved in a money-making project. 118 FFA j ' Whether you think of them as "green thumbs", tractor drivers or just plain, down-to-earth farmers, they're all members of one of the biggest organizations in the school. There were seventy-five Future Farmers of America in school, twenty of them being girls. Members attended the monthly meetings at school under the supervision of advisor Mr. Noel Komasa and vocational instructor Mr. Lyle Burkett. Initiation of Greenhands took place in December. Election of officers was held in March and taking office june first were: President, Dan Schroeder, Vice-President: jamie Tyler, Secretary, Debbie Erickson, Treaurerg Bill Burmeister, Reporter, Cyndi Mahoney, and Sentinelg jeff I-Ienke. Money making projects throughout the year included a hog roast on the river front during Great River Days, which accompanied a children's "Kiddy Barnyard." Grapefruit, oranges, apples, and seeds were among other fund raising items sold by FFA. On june third the elected officers attended a Leadership camp for training. In November, six members attended the National Convention in Kansas City, Mo. Contests included the Sub-District contest on Feb. 21 District contest on March 18, and the Livestock and Soil judging contest. The Muscatine chapter, Iowa's oldest active chapter, celebrated it's fiftieth birthday at the Annual Parent-Member Banquet, held March 3. Awards, a guest speaker and musical entertainment highlighted the evening. Voc-Ag instructor, Mr. Lyle Burkett assists Dan Schroeder in fixing a corn sheller during a class period in the shops. f N President-Dan Schroeder Vice-President-jamie Tyler Secretary-Debbie, Erickson Treasurer-Bill Burmeister Reporter-Cyndi Mahoney Sentinel-jeff Henke Parliamentarian-Vicki Carlson Scott Ales joe Bashore Dan Bermel Mike Braun Bob Braun jeff Brewer Brian Burr Linda Burr Bob Cawiezell Theresa Danner Barb Day DeWayne Day Tom Duncan Bill Furlong Randy Goodrick joel Graves Teri Griggs Ed Herlein Brian Hetzler lay Hetzler Steve Hoag Rita Lindle Greg Mann Scott McConnaha Diane Miller Ron Murdock Allen Nelson Dave Nugent Patsy Osborn Steve Pugh Wayne Rahlf Gary Reichert Kevin Reichert Allen Ross lack Schlichting jeff Schlichting Gene Sinn Kurt Sissel jay Synder Darri Tyler Eric Waring Randy Wedekind kGinni Lindle Sue Wedekind Duane Yedlik Holly Hoopes Tim Brewer From bucket to box, Bill Burmeister prepares hybrid corn for the annual hay and grain show. FFA 119 Pour th Pep Ever see a wrestler selling cookies or working at a bake-sale? Of course not! The reason being, the wrestlers have their own group of twenty-five salesgirls known as the Matrnaids. These girls, under the direction of Mr. Richard Shaw, sold baked goods, popcorn,,and ran the concession stand during home wrestling meets. The money earned was used to treat the wrestlers to a banquet in March. The Matmaids added a new twist of their own this yearg uniforms. According to Mr. Shaw, Margie Hampton first came up with the idea which immediately gained approval of the other girls. They chose and paid for the uniforms themselves. Not only did the wrestlers have their own private fundraising group, they also had a band of five cheerleaders that rooted for them and the swimmers exclusively. Cheering at wrestling meets isn't a real stand up job though. Most of the time the girls sit at the edge of the mat, pounding and clapping in rhythm to one of the numerous chants and cheers they knew. When someone mentions cheering a swimmer, the first question is "I-low?" According to advisor Mrs. Glass, the girls have chants for long distance swimmers, but are limited to doing all their FRONT ROW: Diana Burr, Melody Martens, Pam Mills. SECOND ROW: Barb Ogle, Teresa Harper, Sylvia Carroll. BACK ROW: Linda Burr, Denise Dunker, Marjorie Hampton, Sue Mills, ludy Lindley. Taking a stand for swimmers, the Wrestl- ingfSwimming cheerleaders practice one of their more difficult formations. 120 Swimming Wrestling Cheerleaders!Matmaids ,vw j cheers at home meets on the bleachers because of the lack of space for stand-up cheers and acrobatics, How does a girl become a Swimmingfwrestling cheerleader? First show up for the two or three weeks worth of practices held in the fall. During this time she must dream up a cheer to do all by herself and one with a group. Had enough? That's not all. She must do this plus demonstrate her acrobatic skill to a panel of six or seven teachers. They are her judge and jury and it is they who determine if she's on the squad or sidelined until next year. .E Y it ji Popping up with a new fund-raising idea the Mat Maids started selling Funds-a-Poppin popcorn mix at home meets. Here Barbara Ogle and Tina Elder set up shop. Making concessions pay off Mat Maid, Pam Mills takes over the concession stand at a home wrestling meet and sells Pepsi to a thirsty wrestling fan, Swimming Wrestling Cheerleaders!Matma1ds 121 Pop Goes Th Spirit Without a sponsor, the varsity and sophomore cheerleading squads seemed to have made their way through the summer of 1976. The busy summer started with the varsity cheerleaders going to a USCA camp at Simpson College from lune 17 to Iune 24. They returned from their camp with the first place trophy. They also won three first place ribbons, and three second place ribbons. Kim Butcher and Sue Curtis won second and third place trophies. A week after they returned home, they started their summer practices at eight o'clock every other morning with the sophomores practicing at nine. When fall came, the two squads were practicing after school three nights a week. Their new-sponsor, Ms. Lindy Hugill was at every practice, giving them help whenever they needed it. When not on the field or court cheering, the girls had several bake sales throughout the year, which helped them pay for uniform accessories. They were also in charge of most pep assemblies, which included such skits as, "Kotter," and a Beach Boys Concert. ,-lf' Spreading out the spirit all across the gym, the varsity cheerleaders lead a pep assembly crowd in singing the school song. Preparing the Muskies for a victory, Cindy Todd, Stephanie Nowysz and Kim Butcher cheer them on at the tournament during the end of the season against Iowa City High. 122 Varsity!Sophomore Cheerleaders E s- 4, -...-............ if 1. ,.. ws , at Carie Stych K Varsity Cheerleaders N Lorri Anson Kim Butcher Sue Curtis Lisa Fletcher Kelly Jefferson Steph Nowysz Marcy TeStrake Cindy Todd ludy Troxel Sophomore Cheerleaders Amy loiner DeAnn Livingston Sue McBride Lori Panther Carrie Reed Pam Sachs jill Shelangoski Lori Stanhope ee lj HHH Starting a fire of spirit, Lisa Fletcher ignites the football crowd into a victory cheer. VarsityfSophomore Cheerleaders 123 Practicing every day through September and October at 7:30 in the morning can get pretty strenuous, but as they say, Upractice makes perfect." The Flag Girls began practice the last week in August as they marched with the band on the field behind the high school. The girls, eight in all, performed at every home football game and traveled to Adventureland to accompany the band on May 30. Bob Kaiser, Flag Girl's sponsor praised their cooperation and effort in adding a finishing touch to the. band. Front Row: Lisa Merrill, Robin Lueken. Second Row: loan Graettinger, Tami Eggenburg, jamie Dore, Captain Linda Paul. Back Row: Chris Utley, Judy Kolpack. mt., UN.. g,,,,g,,,y F..-a,,.,,e . : rv - .Mgt t X xx """"w 911 levi-livin' is the theme of this routine as the Pom Pon girls begin their half-time presenta- tion to the hit song "Blue leans." l 34 124 Pom Pon And Flag Girls Clockwise From Top: Thresa Williams, Carol Hooks, Barb Lawerence, Kim Hetzler, Co-Captains Linda Patterson and ludy Wilson, Ramona Trader, Mandy Whitlow, Lauri Gray, Michelle Herwig. Center: Kae Cordwell, Theresa Brase, Teresa Howell. The Pom Pon squad attended an American Scholastic Drill Team Association camp at the University of Northern Iowa from Iuly 26-29. Carolyn Reifert, a former Pom Pon girl attended as chaperon, along with eight squad members and the co-captains, Linda Patterson and Iudy Wilson. The pommers learned dance routines to songs such as l'Steppin' Out, Gonna Boogie Tonight," plus "I Get Around," and other contemporary hits such as "The Hustle" and "Sing a Song" On Ianuary 21, the Pom Pon girls traveled to Urbandale to perform at a basketball game as part of an exchange they arranged with the Urbandale Iaywalkers. In turn, the laywalkers performed during half-time of a Muskie game on Ianuary 14. The girls performed at the Moose Lodge on April 11, and took charge of a pep assembly on February 11. Pom Pon advisor Elise Kraft stated that the group cooperated and worked together well. Major money-making projects were the Christmas Goose and Gander Dance and candy sales. . i u. Q -x gl F . 1 ' 3, .,,- " .ff . S .5 'K . .- "' 1. f s-ar 2. 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N- ., Poured Gut, Effort S Testing one, no, two. Brian Piecuch and Kevin Bieber use important statements from their notecards on the essay test in Foreign Policy class. Quiet study areas were often chosen by students who had exhausted the library sources and were ready to begin their writing. Cara Watson and Todd Severson utilize free time in an English study area. E-SY F 7. . , ....- aw- .., A Although not the cat's meow, dissecting the furry creatures was a must in Bio II. Gayle Tomasson and Debbie Schaapveld study the heart for an upcoming quiz. 128 FIL MRS. SUE AIRD - Student Personnel Services. lnot picturedl MR. ALFRED AIROLA - FILg English Prep, FIL Comp., Writers Workshop, Lit. Survey. MR. FRANK ALLEN - Principal. MR. IUDD ANDERSON - Traditional: Contemporary History, World Geography. MRS. LOIS BEATTIE - Career: Clothing, Child Development, House and Decorating, Reupholstering, Executive Teacher. MR. EARNEST BEATTY - Traditional: Accents I, Adventures in Appreciation. 'i i 'FUIIB FII 17 Sl31,1QlGI1t,S7 NGGCIS The Flexible Individualized Learning in the FIL community blossomed into a workable plan. After a year of trial and error the teachers were more accustomed to planning their individualized formats. Ten teachers with a range of instruction from English, mathmatics and other liberal arts subjects serviced 1175 students 230 of these were actually FIL students, the others coming from crossovers. The FIL community instigated a ToyLand Parade during the Christmas Holidays. Because of the number of costumes to be filled, other communities were invited to participate. Dressed as Snowmen, clowns, etc. the characters paraded around the Muscatine Mall. FIL held its first annual breakfast at the end of the year, hopefully the beginning article. wide. of a lasting tradition. The liberal arts courses, with flexible schedules prepares the college-bound student giving him the background he needs. Mr. Frank Allen commented. "FIL comes very close to the realization of a perfect community. It's small, so it can work better to meet people on an individual basis and adjust to their needs." Having access to the University of Iowa's library, several Comp classes found nearly unlimited sources on their topics. Lesa Greenwald is distracted by the camera as she searches for an A little ketchup, please! Exotic foods were eaten by Bio ll students during a food-tasting experiment. jeff Lyon prefers raw oysters offered by Mary Cannon as jeff Snyder opens MR. DANIEL BEER - Career: Consumer Auto Maintenance, Electronics I, Auto I, Carpentry. MR. ELDON BENEDICT - Fine Arts: Art of Film, Mime Troupe, Exploration in Drama, Exploration in Literature, Backstage, Drama, Touring Plays, Executive Teacher. MR. DAVID BIRKS - Traditionalg Chemistry, Basic Biology. MR. CHARLES BOGARDO - Career: Mechan- ical Drawing, Plastics, Carpentry, Architectur- al Design, Executive Teacher. MR. IOHN BREADY - Traditionalg Mod. History. FIL 129 Flex ible Structure Keeping up the pace, an essential in FIL classes, Individualized help in problems with research topics was available in Mr. Airola's Comp class. Debbie Hansen listens intently as Mr. Airloa critiques her rough draft. is shown by Russ Gillenwater, Bill Anklam and Paul Reid as they concentrate on their Pace Chemistry problems. "ffsg,,,NT in .Q-is v 'T ,bk l alayhi- - Puzzled by math? Lynn Kingery is engrossed in a mathematical game which algebra and geometry students played after completing assignments. Checking it out. loyce Moran refers to her book for confirmation as she listens to Mr. Gabriel in International Relations class. A , ,,,,, KJ, kr., ,,.,.L,, 'gms 130 FIL MRS. KATHY BROOKER - Traditional: Adventures in Appreciation, Composition. MR. DANIEL BROUKHART - FII., Sociology, Behavioral Science, Psychology, Comp. Gov't. MR. LYLE BURKETT - Career: Vocational Ag., Agri-business, Farm Production, Agri-Coop. MR. MARK BUTTERWURTH- Traditional: Physical Science, Physics, Executive Teacher. MR. DOUGLAS GALKINS - Career: Drivers Education. Inot picturedl MR. SONNY CALVETTI- Career, Intramurals, US Government. Gp-en to New Ideas As did the other communities, FIL involved its students in several field trips. The flexibility of the FII. program enabled many of the trips to he taken during the school day. Composition classes were bused to Iowa City where students researched their topics for their final papers in the University of Iowa library. Seniors in biochemistry class spent their last day of school touring the CPC research labs and research farms. A play production of The Glass Aflenagerie was used as a learning tool by several literature classes in the FIL Community. Students were not forced to participate in these field trips, however the fact that such away-from-the-text learning experiences were made available to FIL students was another way the communities idea made it work. V. gfyxik N 1 'X Punish or reform? Kris Cregerson reads an article pertaining to this controversial question in Mr. Ruden's sociology class. Students studied several articles before answering selected essay questions. fi .. Biology II. German, Exploration in Literature. Services. MRS. CARYLEE CUZART - Traditional Aid. lnot picturedl Services. MRS, MARY IANE DREIBELBEIS - Careeri Secretarial Office Practice, Clerical Office, Shorthand, Personal Typing, Record Keeping, Principles of Economics. MR. R. L. CASINI- I"II,, Intensive Biology, MRS. NEVA CIIRIS'I'I'INSEN - I-'ine Arts: MR. RICHARD COLLINS - Student Personnel MISS ZOE DORSEY- Student Personnel FII. 131 Big Talents Fine Arts the community of drama, music and the graphic arts was one of the smallest communities in the school but this, according to Mr. Kite, chairperson of the Fine Arts Community, aided in carrying out of one of their community goals, a closer teacherfstudent working relationship. Other goals were to provide interest-related courses, turn out an academically and socially well-rounded person and relate life experiences to classroom activities, hopefully enriching both. Mr. Kite felt that at least the first three goals had been achieved and progress was being made on the last ones. One change from their original goals of the first year was the open exchange of students from their community of the Fine Arts to students from other communities. For those coming into Fine Arts this year there were some new classes worth investigating. One, called Backstage, focused more on the technical side of the stage and stage performances. For those more interested in music there was a class that studied the music of today and its roots called R0ckfPopflazz. Included was a study of the musicians who make it all possible. Potential politicians and soap salesmen may have looked into Discussion and Persuasion and Exploration in Speech. These courses focused on speaking and using logic to persuade the opposition. There were also new projects this year in Fine Arts. Icontinued on page 1341 tg -sa, Qs --fu s 3 .. Y M is , . ...... 4 Molding personalities is the aim of the Fine Arts Community, but at the moment, Tony Greenwald, john Stockton, Dusty Ziegonhorn and Eva Tennell are more interested in the shape of their clay in ceramics. - 'A . .. , r' lt's a take! Tim Lissy looks up from listening to a tape of the Swing Choir that he has recorded for Mr. jones. Tim is an aspiring Dj and finds working with the recording equipment practical experience. MRS. IEAN DUGGAN - Career Aid. MR. STEVE DUNCAN - Career, Accounting I, Record Keeping. MR. ROD ENDERSEN - Career, Office Machines, Family Living, Record Keeping. MR. IOHN FADIGA - Student Personnel Services. MR. PHILIP FITZGERALD - Career, Wood Technology, Carpentry, General Woods. 132 Fine Arts in Small Numbers E 77' diff, Paper Mache keeps Chris Hagy's hands busy as she creates an animal during an art class. Play it again. . . julie Phelps goes over a rough section of a song with Valerie Auberg to help Val learn her part. 'bn Strike three and the scenery is out and being torn apart. Striking the set from "Romeo and Juliet" requires time and muscles as Pam Dipple and Diana Carter discover. w'l""' iw 9 '.' 4 . it , K- ,I ml f.".'. 'r Q A wavy.. N, 'OVX Vx, MR. CLYDE GABRIEL - FILg Comparative Government, International Relations, American Foreign Policy, Executive Teacher. MRS. LOU GANTENBEIN - Nurse. MRS. BARBARA GLASS - Traditionalg Geometry. MR. PHILIP HALL - Career, Auto I, Auto II. MR. ROBERT HANSON - Traditional, US History, Contempory US History, Ancient World History. Fine Arts 133 A Close-Knit lGO The first major event was the Fine Arts Fair in April. The high school previously held these annual festivities until they were dropped when teachers' schedules became too busy to allow them to devote enough time to the project. Now that Fine Arts is a functioning community within the school, the staff looks forward to reinstating the fair as an annual event. This year's fair included a German restaurant and an evening of entertainment by the swing choir, mime troupe, dance groups, stage band and photography and film presentations. Also featured was a preview of a scene from the musical L'i1 Abner, presented at the end of April. This special project was the A11 Fine- Arts Drama, a production cast, directed, designed and sponsored solely by the staff and students of the Fine Arts Community. But as we all know, courses and special projects do not make a community. It takes something extra. Mr. Kite described this 'something Making cheese is a step-by-step process that Kris McDaniel and Cathy Lindberg demonstrate to their Ancient World History class. extra' as the enthusiasm of the faculty and the students for their community and the concept behind it. "The faculty is willing to give time during and after school," commented Mr. Kite. More importantly, he stated, "the faculty and students are involved and the community is open to suggestions from the students." Why does it work so well? "It's working because we have pride in what we've done and what we can achieve." Getting a kick out of gym class? Actually, jerry Freese is practicing a new move taught to him in a self-defense class. MRS. DEANN HARRINGTON - FIL Aid. MR. PETER HASS - Work Study. MRS. DARLA HAYS - Secretary. MISS PEGGY HAYS - Fine Arts: TV 8: Film. Photography, IMC 81 Media Center. MRS. EVELYN HEDEN - FIL Chairpersong Humanities, English Prep., Classical Literature, Literature Survey. 134 Fine Arts Expand Creativity A cold stare is thrown, in character, at Larry Ostermier by Cate Sheller during a rehersal. Cate played Mammy Yokum and Larry was Earthquake McGoon in 'Lil Abner. Early morning practice for the woodwind choir led to a one rating in state competition. Here, Pam Sachs, Nancy Worthington and Cathy Rohrer play their flutes. C5 ,'4. Jfrup. . 4 ty .. M. . c t it . as ? C Q Mtv Q x is mn Us Sw ei :K Mm Am: it iv ' ' "' J 4 Y M ' s t -146,- fin E A I 5 p Q. 1 I N f Students in Mr. Kite's Discussion and Persuasion class listen to a debate instructor from the University of Iowa. 3 n ..?L"9t nu.-- 12.1. MRS, CINDY HELMOLD - Traditional: American Literature, Literary Encounters, Adventures in Appreciation, Mythology. MR. ROBERT HERWIG - Activities Director, Assistant Principle. MRS. BETH HETZLER- FILL US Literature. Adventures in Appreciation, Individualized Reading, American Literature. MISS VIRGINIA HICKS - Fine Arts: Physical Education. MRS. BETTY HOFFMAN - Records and Transcripts, Duplication, Supplies, Workroom. Fine Arts 135 Job Tralnlng What's cooking? Mike Beahan fries a cheeseburger for a waiting customer in the Happy Days Cafe. Clean-up time. After making several luscious sundaes, Randy Axtell and Steve Collins wash the parfait glasses. Scrubbing away, Alan Orr washes the dishes after a busy day in the cafe. N MR. HERB HOLLER - Traditional: Physical Education. MRS. FLORENCE HOLOUBECK - Career Typing I 81 II. MRS. MARILYN HUGILL - Career, Business Arithmetic, Consumer Math, Algebra. MRS. SHARON HUSEMAN- Career: Nurses Aid, Health Occupations, Food Management Needlecraft, Family Living. MR. IOHN IONES - Fine Artsg Vocal Music 8: Explor. in Music, Voice Class, Rock, Popular 8: Iazz. 136 Work Study Finding a. Place in the World Providing each student with the opportunity to develop life experience skills necessary to become a self-supporting adult continued to be the main objective of the Work Study Community. Through academic courses and vocational experiences, the forty Work Study students were able to progress at their own rate in working towards this goal. In addition to the various Math Science, Language Arts and Social Studies classes offered, emphasis was placed on basic and practical skills. In the academic course, Occupational Orientation, students practiced filling out application blanks, reading want ads and interviewing for jobs. In Vocation Methods, vocational opportunities in the Muscatine area were explored with attention given to certain employment aspects such as fringe benefits, labor unions and payroll deductions. Students entering their first year in the Work Study Community were involved in a career simulation program. For one semester a student was required to work three hours or more per week at an on-campus job. They could be found on the job in the cafeteria, library, art room and at the nurses office. During the other semester, a student spent eight hours a week in the Work Lab. This program helped students to learn and develop skills related to vocations. For two weeks Work Lab participants were Checking out the rooms making sure Hathaway do' their part to keep up Hotel everything is in place Debbie Axtell abd Patty Muscatine. responsible for the care and upkeep of a section of the Hotel Muscatine. The other project, "Happy Days Cafe," was a favorite of most students as well as school staff and outsiders who were able to choose from a tasty menu that included hamburgers, french fries, and banana splits. Many students reaching their junior or senior year in the Work Study Community were required to secure a job and hold a satisfactory work record for a minimum of 30 weeks, 12 of which were on one job. Close contact was established between the school and employer for evaluation purposes. As a senior, a final test of hisfher ability to be economically independant was to maintain a full-time job during the second semester. Extra-curricular activities included a pizza party, bowling trip, holiday parties, and a checker tournament. Expressing her feelings about the Work Study concept, Mrs. Phyllis Rabin's comment was "as a community I feel that Work Study students have had an opportunity to be a worthwhile part of MHS. Being a section of the total school there is a sharing of abilities and ideas that are now able to grow between students and those in other communities!" MRS. MARY IORGENSEN - Secretary. MR. ROBERT KAISER - Fine Arts, Band 8: Lessons, Appreciation of the Arts, Music Theory, Executive Teacher. MR. WILLIAM KATOSKI - FIL1 Algebra ll. Accelerated Algebra II, Accelerated Geometry. MR. LARRY KEMP - Traditional Chairperson: Contemporary History, US Government, Yearbook. A MRS. NORA KIRCHNER - FIL: Spanish. Work Study 137 Career Concept "Dig in" isn't exactly the expression on their faces, but one can't help but drool over mini pizzas and cookies that Robin Hidlebaugh, Tammy Miller, LeAnn Armstrong and Kathy Yerington are in line to sample in Chef's Special. Once upon a time . . . All the children gather around Carrie VanBlaricome as she begins to tell a story in Child Development. Getting the message. Transposing from a dictaphone onto paper is the job of Lori Gilleland and Tammy Bloomhuff in Secretarial Office Practice. ' . Fl- Y .Vg 9 il MR RON KISER - Traditionalg Biology, Intensive Biology. MR. DAN KITCHEN - Fine Arts, Ceramics, Photography, Exploration in Art, Painting. MR. IULIAN KITE - Fine Arts Chairperson, Exploration in Speech, Creative Writing, Appreciation of the Arts, Perspectives, Fine Arts Composition, Discussion and Persua- sion, Forensics. MRS. IUNE KLEFFMAN - Secretary, Atten- dance. MRS. BETTY KOEHN - Traditionalg Traditional Biology, Basic Biology. 138 AC8d6m1CS, Career Q' Knowing Where Youfre Going Figuring it out as she figures it up, Vicki Kleist learns about the functions of office machines. IQ Sudents who had a basic idea of future plans and arranged their course schedules accordingly, were able to prepare themselves with the needed job entry skills offered in the Career Community. Within an expandable curriculum, the community's 530 participants developed their interests and abilities through special programs and with the use of practical equipment. The business education area boasted a highly active secretarial program. For those interested in general office work with emphasis in accounting and general typing and shorthand skills, Clerical Office Practice initiated practical experience. For second-year shorthand students eager to enter the business world and work up to an T -iw! C3 executive secretarial position, Secretarial Office Practice offered them the opportunity to apply themselves. Students in business education gained first-hand knowledge from guest speakers and field trips. Tours were taken of local banks, actual court proceedings were observed and representatives from local insurance companies and businesses visited the community. Several classes toured the lohn Deere plant in Moline where they were made aware of available job positions. Good-paying jobs awaited many senior graduates who acquired the necessary skills through these business courses, lcontinued on page 1401 Cutting it close to the line, Alice johnson begins the first step in making a stylish blouse. A pizza sale was sponsored by Food Management to raise funds for an employer- employee banquet held in May. Tim Snyder keeps glasses of pop filled as Melodie Curry, julie Kirk and Mike Peck wait on the hungry . ' ' crowd gathered in the cafeteria. ruff 'S J Q MR. IACQUE Kotrz - Work Study. MR. NOEL KOMASA - Careerg Agriculture, Animal Science, Farm Production, Farm Business Management, Ag-Mechanics, Natural Resources, Family Living, Agri-Coop, FFA. MISS ELSIE KRAFT - Traditional, Physical Education. tnot picturedl MR. IIM KULIS - Career, Machine Shop, Welding. MRS VALLI LEWIS Secretary Seminar Senior Topical Math Advanced Math X MR.'RoBERr Lick - Traditional, Algebra, Math 1 N . 5 Academics, Career 139 Learning Skills In the area of child development, girls were given a chance to work with children and construct programs to entertain them. Classtime centered on observing the preschoolers and learning what type of behavior to expect from them. In working with these children, students were able to gain the leadership qualities needed in caring for preschoolers and toddlers. "To train students in any type of food service was the main objective of Food Management, according to instructor, Mrs. Sharon Huseman. Students were active in various volunteer projects for senior citizens, sponsored paper drives, bake sales and candle sales. On May 12 an Employer-Employe banquet was held at the Holiday Inn in conjunction with the community's Co-op program. Both classes emphasized good working relations between the employer, employee and customer. Industrial arts and agriculture offered courses in such areas as electronics, animal science, auto repair and welding. For the first time, high school students were not required to travel to MCC for welding class as the high school acquired a full-time welding teacher. In addition, this was the first year that an industrial arts scholarship for S500 was made available by McKee Button Company for any student who wished to further their education in this field. Filmstrips dealing with current and upcoming events was a vital part of class instruction in journalistic Writing and Cartooning. Friday quizzes involved writing a news lead or Cartooning an important even of the current week. An April visit to the journalism Department of the University of Iowa and a tour of the Old Capitol was on the agenda for second-semester journalism students. In the local design an ad contest, three cartooning students received first and third place prizes and an honorable mention in their respective categories. A new addition to the Career Community was a computer terminal that aided students in tracing possible careers. By answering a questionnaire which indicates one's interests and talents and feeding the information into the computer, the output was a list of job opportunities and areas where training was available. Lubricating the lathe while turning down a steel rod for a breaker bar project in Machine Shops ll is Dennis Kemper. MR. TIM LICKO - Career: Welding, Advanced Welding, General Woodworking, Machine Shops, Auto. lnot picturedl MR. ERRY LORIMOR - Traditional' Motiva- I . tional Methods of Math, Algebra II. MRS. MILDRED LUPTON - Career: Accounting I and II. MR. ARCHIE MARTIN - Traditional: US Government, US History, MR. DAVE MATTHEWS - Career: Drivers Education. MRS. PEGGY MERCHANT - Career: Foods, Needlecraft, Chef Special. 140 Career 'K To Design the Future Say cheese balls and jim Bartlett thinks fondue. Here he prepares some fondue cheese balls for the Chef's Special Christmas party. Shops class finds Ron Houseman sanding his wooden frame project while lim Hillier builds a wooden speaker box. .. ,,,, .. Mw.m.m- ..- Ns.-.... A-if I-In xxx Using transistors to study the operation of amplifiers, Allen Nelson and lim Kreuger learn the details of electronics. Dismantling an engine in auto mechanics class, Mark Curtis and Matt Evans apply the required skills of a good mechanic. fn.. TTY Student Personnel Director. Teacher. MISS PHYLIS RABIN - Work Study. Teacher. ' ur MR. KELLY MORGAN - Assistant Principal, MR. LAWRENCE MYERS - FIL: Chem Study. Pace Chemistry, Organic Chemistry, Executive MISS HOLLY OPPELT - Executive Secretary. MR. DONALD RICKLEFS - Traditional? Advanced Math, Algebra I and II, Executive Career 141 Back to Basics Help forthe asking. Traci Timmons receives aid from Mr. Katoski on an Algebra II problem, while lulene Keller waits her turn. Utilizing her time wisely, Ramona Trader reviews her article for psychology before her conference with Mr. Brookhart. Studying 'sub-literature' in Adventures in Appreciation class, Paul Taylor reads a comic hnnlc MR. PAUL RUDEN - Traditionalg Sociology, Comparative Government. MRS. DOROTHY SCHLIPF - IMC Aid. MR. DONALD SCHROEDER- Career: Driver Education inot picturedl MR. RICHARD SHAW- Traditional: Basic Biology, Traditional Biology, Taxidermy. MR. MICHAEL SISSEL - Careerg Shops Math, Geometry. MR. LEARY SMITH - Traditionalg Warfare, Ancient World History, Asian Studies. 142 Traditional Ahead in Enrollment The largest of the communities was still Traditional and for some very good reasons according to Mr. Larry Kemp, Traditional Chairperson. The majority of incoming sophomores chose Traditional because the teaching methods are similar to those used in grade school and junior high, plus the courses are geared to give them a strong background in the basics everyone should have before graduating. Moreover, sophomores found security in the regular classes and extra teacher help offered. These are the kind of comments Traditional Community teachers like to hear because it means their goals are being realized. Specifically, these goals are to provide a good basic education, varieties of classroom instruction, regular five-days-a-week classes, closer student teacher relationships, quiet study centers for those who want them and to supply a sense of community identity. Because of the very concept of the community, to provide a basic education, there was an effort being made to cut down on the number of class offerings. However, there was one new class added, Advanced Composition. This class, much like FIL Comp, stressed technical writing skills and the development of term papers and essay writing styles. lcontinued on page 1441 Concentrating on hitting the nail rather than his finger, Doug Smaus builds a model shark for a biology class while Dave Kagee and Vince Munyon lend a hand. Facts and figures demand a lot of studying especially if they are in the form of proofs. Students in geometry class check their answers with a proof on the board. MISS SUE SORDEN - Traditional: French, Executive Teacher. MR. RONALD STURMS - Career Chairperson, Business Law, Retailing, Personal Typing, Newspaper. MR. DUANE THOMAS - Career: Consumer Economics, World Geography. MR. PAUL THOMPSN - Security Guard. MR. DENNIS THORP - Career, Multi- Occuaptions. Traditional 143 Seeds of Learning One method of out - of - the - classroom teaching included taking Government classes on a tour of City Hall, the Public Safety Building and the Laura Musser-Stanley Art Gallery. They dropped in on the Department of Building and Zoning where jeff Schott and Arlan Wiggs of Community Development explained the urban renewal projects and how various areas of Muscatine are zoned. Next Bob Campagna, Director Referring back to the textbook for an answer, Russ Scotten finds the paragraph he is looking for in his Biology book. Basic Biology classes often answered the chapter review questions as a study guide for upcoming tests. of Low Rent Housing, showed the class models of the elderly housing project explaining its advantages. Mayor Schauland was also on hand to greet them and give a quick review of all the planned projects. The purpose of all this was to inform students as to where local taxes go and get the change to talk with persons directly involved with our city government. by Always willing to work with students, Mrs. Cathy Trent finds individual attention adds more student interest to her English Classes. MR. VINCENT TIERI - Career: Language in Life, Perspectives. MISS CATHY TRENT - Traditionalg Perspec- tives, American Literature. MRS. IANICE VANDERLINDEN - IMC Aid. MRS. INGRID VOSS - Librarian. MR. STEVE WATERMAN - Athletic Director. 144 Traditional Branch Toward Goals L- iN., X! Xxx' fp.-Tu 'r--- . CNT... . , Miss Sue Sorden reviews Dee King's completed French assignment. The Traditional Community offers much teacher help for students. Showing material and exchanging ideas in a second hour American Literature class are Holly Hoopes and jeff Paulsen. 4 Ll 'N 'Y 5? 'sd' The second hour Contemporary U.S. History class of Mr. ludd Anderson discusses the test they took over the 1920's. Reviewing tests with .- students is as much of a learning process as taking the test. MRS. CHERYL WEAVER - Fine Arts: Exploration in Art, Ceramics, Crafts, Drawing, Fibers in Art, Sculpture, Printmaking. MRS. MARGARET WESSELS- Career: Transcripition, Shorthand, Typing I, Notehand. MRS. ELIZABETH WHEELER - Traditional! Business English, Iournalistic Writing, Iournalistic Cartooning. MR. GARY WHITE - Traditional: Driver Education, Physical Education. MR. DONALD YAHN - Career, Physical Education. Traditional 145 . . . 41:44 44 4--44.444, - - -f-f"-MN .- ,.,, ., .LQ-.,.2. 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I'm almost ancient! It kinda scares me! I guess I'll have to start acting like an adult now. I almost wish I was a little kid again . . . carefree with no worries or responsibilities!" "Sure it'll be nice to legally drink or get married without Dad's permission. But, what happens if I vote the wrong guy in? I could even convict an innocent person to life imprisonment if I'm called for jury duty!" "I'd hate to go running to Mom and Dad if I sign a loan and wasn't able to pay it back. If I want the right to sign legal contracts then I should be ready to accept the responsibilities as well as the consequences." "Since nobody's found the Fountain of Youth yet, I might as well accept the fact that I'm getting older. It might even be kinda fun!" K K 6.DAMs,1uDY - eiii , ADAMS, TERESA ADKISOAN, IERRY Football 10,11 i ALES, TERESA Swimming 10,11,125 Teng his 10,127 Boys Swimming S.M. 11,12 Pep Club 10, Y-Teens 10,11,12 Newspaper 12., French Club 11. ALLCHIN, KEITH NFL 'l0,'l'l,125'StuClent Council 1'l,12jN Debate 10,115 Drama 10,1'l,127 Thespians 10,11,12g Mime 10,11,125 Touring Plays 10,115 Stage Crew 'l0,'l'l,'l2, ALLCHIN, KEVIN Cross Country 10,1131 Wrestling 10,11,12p VTR 12. V J AMBRIOSO, MARlAlCRISTlNA A AMOS, AMIKE Concert . Choir 10,11,12g Swing Choir 10,'l1,12. ANDERSON, RGBERT ' ANSON, LORRI Gymnastics 9, Tennis 11, Track 10,125 Concert.Choir 125 Swing Choir 127 Pep+Club 105 Cheerleader 10,11,12g Student Council 12, French Club 11: Homecoming oSem'i-Finalist 123 Christmas Goose Finalist 12. ,,,. .g ARINGTON, SUSAN I ARMSTRONG, CHRIS. Basketball fi' 105 Cross Country 9,107 Football 11,125 Track i'l0,11,125 NHS 1'l,12,xLetterwinners Club 148 Seniors Iudy Adams Teresa Adams Ierry Adkinson Teresa Ales Keith Allchin Kevin Allchin Christy Ambrioso Mike Amos Robert Anderson Lorri Anson Sue Arington Chris Armstrong LeAnn Armstrong Linda Ash Valerie Auberg Q35 Health Club 10,115 Spanish Club 10. ARMSTRONG, LEANN ASH, LINDA AUBERG, VALERIE Band 10,11,125 Con- cert Choir 10,125 Swing Choir 125 NHS ,11,125 French Club 10. AVESING, KATHY GRA 115 Multi- occupts. 11,125 FSA 11,125 Office Ass't 11,'l2. , WAXTELL, PENNY BABCOCK, DOUG BAILLIE, BOB Baseball 11,125 Football 10,11,125 Track 105 Letterwinners Club BAIRD, MARK NHS 11,125 Science Club 'l1,12. BALLENGER, KEVIN Baseball 9,'l0,'l1,125 Basketball 10,115 Football 10,11,12. BARCLAY, DOUG FFA 10,11. BARCLAY, ROBERT BARRY, RICH Cross Country 10,11, cap't 125 Swimming ,9,10,11, cap't 125 Track 10,11,125 NHS 11,125 Letterwinners Club 10. BECKMAN, PATTY BEEDING, BOB Wrestling 10,11, cap't 12. BEGEY, MARK Baseball 12, Football 125 Track 12. BERMEL, TOM Football 10. J ke Kathy Avesing Penny Axtell Doug Babcock Robert Baillie l pllllun-nu. Government classes provide students the opportunity to practice using the voting machine. Senior 18 year old Bill Cawiezell prepares to vote in the 1976 election. Mark Baird Kevin Ballenger Doug Barclay Bob Barclay Richard Barry Patti Beckman Robert Beeding Mark Begey Tom Bermel Seniors 149 150 Seniors Cory Berry lane Biere Kathy Black Becky Blake Louise Bloom Tammy Bloomhuff Renee Blough Kris Boehme Amy Bosch Brad Bower Chris Brewer Ieff Brewer Sue Briggs Margaret Brink Roger Broderson Is she breathing? Dawn Cooney practices the art of reviving an ailing patient. f K1111 N BERRY, CORY Basketball 10,11,12, Foot- ball 10,11,125 Track 10,125 NHS 10,115 Homecoming Attendant 12. BIERE, JANE Track 10. BLACK, KATHLEEN1Tennis 12, Spanish Club 10. BLAKE, BECKY BLOOM, LOUISE Golf 10,11,12, Band 10,11,12j French Club 'l0,'l1,12. BLGOMHUFF, TAMARA FSA 12. BLOUGH, RENEE Track S.M. 10,11,12j Volleyball 12. BOEHME, KRISTINE Basketball 10, Soft- ball 11,12giTrack 10,11,125 Concert Choir 11,112. 1 1 BOSCH, AMY Mixed Choir 10, Concert Choir 11,12g'NHS 011,123 UN Club 125 Swing Choir 'l1,12.' ' ' 1 A BOWER, BRAD Cross Country 11,125 Track 10,11,12. V 1 L V BREWER, CHRIS BREWERQ JEFF :Wrestling 11,1232 FFA 1o,11,12. T lsyts 1 T is BRIGGS, SUE Mixed Choir 10,1115 Con- cert Choir 125 Mat Maid 10,115 Stage Crew 10. 1 11 1 1 1 BRINKQ MARGARET 'Basketball 11,125 Cross Country 121 Track 1110,111,12pHGRA 10-1 yyr, 1 BRODERSON, ROGER ' H BROGLY, CHERYL 'Track 107 NFL 10,11,112j Band 1-0,117 NHS 11,127 Debate 10,11,12: Drama112.1 1 11 1 1 1 BROOKHART, KATHY Track 10,12. BRYANT, BRENDA FSA 12. 2' A I BUCKLEY, JULIE Basketball S.M4 1115 ,Softball S.M .11.1 'l1,12.1 1 11 11 1BURKf.KATHY1 11 1 1 BURKE' SUEFSA12. S ' S 'iBURR,"lDlANE Mar Maid 11,1-25 Queen ofa 'A"Mats Candidate 12.1 11 1 1 1 f.11 1 QALJWELL, orNisEgMgl1i7occupts.ig1 g ig Getting A Head Start For seniors who knew what they wanted to do, early graduation was just the thing to get them off to a head start. All early graduates were required to have maintained at least a 2.0 GPA for their two and one-half years in high school. The counselors admitted that they usually do not recommend it to students, but if a student brings up the idea, they help him or her to apply. Early graduation did not exclude those seniors from spring prom and formal graduation in May. Often students were in need of funds for their future education and found this a good time to earn that extra money through full time jobs. Marriage andfor switches from part time to full time employment in their jobs awaited others. A few decided to get a semester of college out of the way before next fall. Dawn Cooney began her undergraduate study in liberal arts at the University of Iowa at the start of second semester. Completing the two-year program with at least 2.2 GPA will qualify her for further study in the university's school of nursing. In preparing for her career, Dawn worked at Hershey Nursing Home for two years and at Muscatine General Hospital for three months. To acquire more practical experience for her job she also took part in the school's nursing program and became a certified nurse's aid. She explained that an added course in cardio-pulmanary recessitatin benefited her and she encourages anyone interested in nursing to take this also. Dawn said she was anxious to get out on her own and "discover my full potential." Cheryl Brogly Kathy Brookhart Brenda Bryant Iulie Buckley Kathy Burk Sue Burke Diane Burr Susan Buster Denise Cadwell KCALVERT, JENNY Track 105 Band 10,13 X Pep Club 105 Student Council 10,11,125 UN Club 11,125 Secretary 105 V. Pres. 115 President 125 Homecoming Attendant 12. CANNON, MARY Gymnastics 9, Mixed Choir 105 Student Council 115 Class Treas. 11. CARTER, DIANE CAWIEZELL, BILL , CHITTICK, LISA Track 10,11,125 Concert Choir 125 Orchestra 10,11,12. CHRISTY, MARSHA Track 10,115 Mixed Choir 125 Pep Club 105 Y-Teens 10,115 French Club 11,125 Queen of Hearts Candidate 10. CLARK, ANDREW CLINE, KATHY Track 10. COBLENTZ, PEGGY cocHRAN, JEFF Football 10,115 Track 10,11,12. CODER, JEFF Wrestling 10,11,125 Band 10,11,125 FFA 10,11,12. I CODER, STEVE Golf 9,10,125 Swimming Discussing their previous summer's travel to Europe, Sue Piecuch, Diane Weis, Steve Coder, Jeff Meyers, Bill Kim and Marsha Christy, reminisce with pictures and memories. f9,10,11,12. N COLBERG, DAWN I CONWAY, SUE Swimming 10,115 Mixed Choir 10,125 Drama 11,125 Thespians 12. COOK, SHERI Basketball 10, cap't 11,125 Cross Country 11, cap't 125 Track 10,11,125 Band 10,11,125 Concert Choir 11,125 Swing Choir 10,11,125 NHS 11,125 Christmas Goose Candidate 12. COONEY, DAWN Golf 115 French 10,11. COPPINGER, GALE 1 CORDWELL, JOANN Quill 84 Scroll 11. COULTER, DEBBIE Office Ass't 11,125 Spanish Club 10. COZART, JULIA Tennis 10,11,125 Con- cert Choir 125 GRA 115 Student Council 125 Y-Teens 10,115 Yearbook 125 Queen of Hearts Semi-Finalist 10. CRITTEN, CLAUDEAN MEAD CROOK, ALAN CROUSE, JILL Basketball 10,11, cap't 125 Cross Country 115 Softball 11,125 Year- book 10,115 Track 10,11,125 Volleyball 125 NHS 11,125 Quill' 84 Scroll 11. QIUNNINGHAM, DAVID Foreign Encounters AN ADVENTURE ACROSS SEAS . . . was quite a memorable experience for many seniors last summer. A total of nine seniors and other MHS students took exciting trips to Europe. Most participants were impressed with the different styles and customs of the European countries. There were four individual groups: Study Travel Spain, Inc. headed by a Dr. Doreste, an Augustana program, the People to People High School Student Ambassadors which was organized out of Spokane, Washington, the Journey Associates which came of Meza, Arizona and the Youth for Understanding program. Although the travels were similar, the programs differ in many ways. Sue Piecuch participated in the Study Travel Spain, Inc. and felt the program benefited her. She said "I felt having a three year background K of the Spanish language enabled me to communicate adequately with the Spanish people that I encountered in my daily activities." Sue visited three countries and while there she stayed at various universities and hotels. Five seniors who took part in the People to People High School Student Ambassadors were Marsha Christy, Steve Coder, Bill Kim, Jeff Myers, and Diane Weis. They visited a total of seven countries in 39 days. In Germany, Austria and the Netherlands they each lived in separate homes for five days, which helped them to get a better understanding of the people. Mr. and Mrs. Larry Myers along with Mr. and Mrs. Lenny Lange headed the entire group consisting of Muscatine and Burlington students. Journey Associates was a program advised by Mr. and Mrs. Julian Kite. This group traveled throughout ten countries for a period of a month, touring with 36 people from three different states. Two seniors taking part were Mike Amos and Carolyn Wilson. The main thing Carolyn discovered from the trip was "that people from different nationalities can get along and the smile is a universal language." Patty McGuire also enjoyed two months abroad this summer under the YFU program. She felt that the people were her main attraction. Patty lived with a Belgian family while there and her family took her to visit four other countries. All nine seniors felt that after traveling to Europe, it was the memories of all the good times that caused each of them to relive that special summer of '76 again and again. 152 Seniors I Ieff Cochran Ieff Coder Steve Coder Dawn Colberg Sue Conway Sheri Cook Dawn Cooney Gail Coppinger IoAnn Cordwell Debbie Coulter Iulia Cozart Claudean Mead Alan Crook Iill Crouse David Cunningh Ienny Calvert Mary Cannon Diane Carter Bill Cawiezell Lisa Chittick Marsha Christy Andrew Clark Kathy Cline Peggy Coblentz Critten am Seniors 153 , Frozen Food Late afternoon in the dead of winter, the immediate silence is broken only by the soft crunching of boots packing tracks into the new fallen snow. In the distance the wind is rattling branches in the leafless woods. The same brisk wind brings a surge of cold air into the lungs and chills the faces of the sportsmen. The serinity of winter makes ice fishing an exciting and challenging sport. Wade Terrill is one of a number of high school students who enjoys this sport. I accompanied him on what turned out to be a very rewarding day. As he cut through 18 inches of frozen Mississippi Wade explained, "Ice fishing is a pretty popular sport, and it's fun when you get a group of friends together." He elaborated that it is relatively an inexpensive sport since the equipment used can be made at home. The rods Wade and I K used were short, specially made for ice fishing, with a lightweight line and small hook on each one. Bait used can vary from small grubs, or 'mousies', and waxworms, to minnows which we used. After baiting up, we dropped our lines, attached bobbers and waited for the catch. "I usually fish for three to five hours a day. When it's cold, you can build a fire for warmth," Wade stated. I asked him what was the largest amount of fish he'd ever caught in one day. "Eighty-nine crappie and one bass this year, " he replied. Fishing is a sport which has no season. Fish bite even more in the winter, but then, so does the North wind on a late afternoon in an Iowa December. like . N Amy Curry Melodie Curry Scott Curtis Vicki Dahnke Rocky Darting Bobbie Davis lane McGlothlen Davis Norma Davis DeWayne Day Theresa Dean Dixie Dieckman Dan Dietz 154 Seniors n ,K 4- fr, I ga . ,JVM ,.... , t li. Q . , il . T flag S f I. 1 1 fif A gg K I lackie Doak Beth Donovan Cindy Dora Rick Drake Scott Drake Ioy Hein Draves Debbie Drinkall Todd Duncan Tamara Elggenberg Mary Elliott Theresa England Cindy Estabrook Cindy Evans Rhonda Evans Scott Fix , cw , 5 ,, , N CURRY, AMY N fFinalist 12. '53----45 ' CURRY, Mlstoolla DRAVES, lov HEIN GRA 11, FSA 115 Q'-fl' . Q ,N a ,Q it ' CURTIS, SCOTT FFA 10,11,12. Office Am 1o,11. Q5 ggqgbl - I ',. ' DAHNKE, VICKI Pep Club 10. oRlNKALl, DEB .. tt A DARTlNCl, ROCKY NFL, 10,115 FFA 115 DUNCAN, TODD Basketball 10,'l1,125 5 in 'F' ,ph-,QM ,, UN Club 115 Llbrary Asst 10,11,12. Football 10,11,12,. Track 10,11,12, 4, f, , 4 "- DAvlS, Bolsalls Basketball 115 FSA 12. Student Council 10, Quill s. ScroIl'11, I l ,,.- 3' - K My M , DAVIS, IANE MCGLOTHLEN , n Newspaper .10,11,12, Class Vlce- f' .- 'Q -3' 1 DAVIS, NORMA Mat Maid 11, Capt 12, President 10, Christmas Gander Can- ' ,Ja , .. if "' H -an 1 ueen of Mats 11. didate 12. 7 A. , f' G gm, DFWAYNE FFA 10,11,12. EGGENBURG, TAMARA Track 10, Flag lil-F., ,J DEAN, THERESA GRA 10, Y-Teens Squad 125 Mixed Choir 10,115 Concert I ,,,' "" "wifi ix' f L 14, 10,11,125 Newspaper 125 French Club 10. Choir 125 Cheerleader 11. if -' r T 4 I T DIECKMAN, DIXIE ELLIOTT, MARY Drama 10. I 'tp olrrz, DANIEL Basketball 105 Football ENGLAND,THERESA Baskerball11,New- 7'1"-ff' ' . ' ' t 10,11,125 Track 10,11,125 Letterwinners spaper 125 Mat Maid 125 FSA 125 Library my wa , , an 105 Newspaper 10,115 Homecoming King Ass't 10,11,12. 35 is, V S' ,. 12, ESTABROOK, CYNTHIA Track 10,115 MP1 .,-' as... tw :clit DOAK, JACKIE Student Council 125 Yearbook 125 New- if -- 1 DONOVAN, BETH Basketball 105 Track spaper 105 Drama 11,125 UN Club 125 'fi' -- ,,,,.-LM, 4 ' Y ' 10. Office Ass't 10. I 1 ' .-C' at DORA, CYNTHIA Pep Club 105 Cheer- EVANS, CINDY Basketball 10,115 Band 2' leader 10,11. 10,1112- DRAKE, RICK Football 10,11,125Track 105 EVANS, RHONDA Band 10,11,125 Mulit- Wrestling 11,12. OCCUDIS. 12. DRAKE, SCOTT Tennis 9,10,11,125 FIX, SCOTT Football 10,11,125 Letterwin- Student Council 11,125 UN Club 125 Class ners 105 FFA 10,11,12. Qecretary 125 Homecoming King Semi-J K J i.. W7 Ice fishing at the spillway provides hours of recreation and fun for Wade Terrill, According to Wade, fish bite more in winter than other seasons. Anticipation . . . But mostly the cold keeps Wade Terrill, the steadfast fisherman, from truly enjoying the Splendor of a Crisp winter day. J Seniors 155 N K Whoever said "school is all work and no fun" never went here. At lunch, during free periods, and in the halls we always find ways to express ourselvesg ways we've dubbed the Games People Play. Around here things usually pick up the last couple of days of each week. lust check out the halls on a typical ants-in-the-pants Thursday. That's when the antics begin, with everyone hanging on the hopes of tomorrow. When Friday does arrive the mumbles of weekend plans raise ten decibles as the "game tonight" and Mpartylsl of the week" dominate conversations from halls to lockerroom. Everyday life here would seem very strange to a newcomer "Hi, you must be the new kid. Welcome here. Happy St. Ricklefs' Gomes People Plug Day, have a cookie!" "SL What? And why the black icing on this cookie?" "SL Ricklefs' Day. It's how we celebrate every Friday the 13th. We wear black paper shamrocks, bake black Shamrock cookies, or frost a cake with black icing to celebrate with the saint. "Who is St. Ricklefs?" "He's the patron saint of mathematics. You can find him teaching in room 158." "Wow, you guys sure do some r strange things here. My first day here last week I went past the chorus room and saw a girl stuck in a waste basket, yelling at two guys to pull her out! And Friday some kids were in front of the office building a human pyramid! A few kids glanced but no one acted very shocked, but me." "Oh, that's nothing! Santa came here the day before our Christmas vacation "At this point, I'll believe anything!" "Well, it was really Matt Kolar. He threw on a red suit and wandered the classrooms all day handing out candy. It was a riot!" "Seems like kids goof around a lot at this school." "Oh, we operate just like any other school, but being all business all the time gets everybody bummed even teachers. The fun we have every-so-often works right in with the day. It can really smooth out a rough week. Goofing around? No, just making school work." '11 156 Seniors Roberta Frantz Doug Fry Sheila Fuhlman Duane Fuller Shirley Fuller Terry Fuller Craig Fulton Bill Furlong john Garbutt Dave Gardner Diane Garrett Mark Gassen Eric Gatzke lim Gear Theresa Gerels A .1 N J QERELS, THERESA Basketball S.M. 11. j K CRANTZ, ROBERTA FSA 11,125 Multii Occupts. 12. FRY, DOUG Football 10,115 Track 10,11,12, Wrestling 10,11,12. FUHLMAN, SHEILA FSA 12. FULLER DUANE Band 10,11,12. FULLER, SHIRLEY FSA 11, Office Ass't 10.' FULLER, TERRENCE Wrestling 10,11,12. FULTON, CRAIG Football 10,115 Wres- tling 10,11,12g FFA 10. FURLONG, WILLIAM NHS 11,125 FFA 123 Student Council 10,11,12p Newspaper 11, co-editor 12, UN Club 11,12. GARBUTT, IOHN Tennis 9,10,11,12j Spanish Club 10. GARDNER, DAVE Tennis 9,10,11,12j Band 10,11,12. GARRETT, DIANE FSA 11,12. GASSEN, MARK Football 10,11,12.. GATZKE, ERIC Football 10,11,12, Swim- ming 9,10,11,12g Tennis 9,10,11g Student Council 10,115 Yearbook 10,11,12, Class Secretary 11, Class Treasurer 10. GEAR, IIM Football 10,11,12, Homecom- ing Attendant 12. Breaking the monotony of a fire drill Nancy Keig and Steve Bermel play in the snow. Lori Gilleland Kyle Grady Ieff Graham Rick Gray Lesa Greenwald Robyn Hager Kirk Hahnbaum Brian Hammer Debbie Hansen Danita Harbit Greg Harper Melissa Hart Tammy Hatfield Debbie Hazen lim Heirigs KGILLELAND, LORI N GRADY, KYLE Baseball 10. GRAHAM, IEFF GRAY, RICK Track 10,11,12. GREENWALD, LESA Basketball 10,11,12g Softball 11,125 Tennis 10,11,125 Volleyball 125 NHS 11,12. HAGER, ROBYN Track 11, Pep Club 10. HAHNBAUM, KIRK HAMMER, BRIAN Wrestling 105 Band 10, Student Council 10,11,12, Yearbook 10,113 Quill 8: Scroll 11, Class Pres. 10,11g Class Treas. 12, Homecoming Semi- Finalist 12. HANSEN, DEBBIE Track 10, GRA 10. HARBIT, DANITA HARPER, GREGORY Track 10,11,12g Wrestling 10,11,12g Concert Choir 10,11. HART, MELISSA Basketball cap't 10,11,125 Track 10, cap't 11,12. HATFIELD, TAMMY Softball 12, Track 10, Pep Club 10, Spanish Club 10,11. HAZEN, DEBBIE HEIRIGS, IAMES NFL 10,11,12j Debate 10,11,12, Drama 11, Stage Crew 11. Seniors 157 J 158 Seniors Francis Herlein Harry Herlein Kevin Herlein Tina Hershberger Michelle Herwig Ann Hetzler Patti Higgerson Lee Hildebrandt Mark Hodapp Ierry Honts Pat Honts Samantha Honts Marla Hoopes Scott Hoopes lim Hillier I f HERLEIN, FRANCIS Mixed Choir 10. HERLEIN, HARRY S ' HERLEIN, KEVIN Stage Band 10. . HERSHBERGER, TINA Tennis R105 Band 10,115 Mixed 'Choir '105 Concert Choir 11,125 Girls Swing Choir 105 German Club 10.. p 5, 5, HERWIG, MICHELLE Mixed Choir 10, ConcertChoiri115 Pep Club 105 Cheer- leaders 115 Pom Pon 125 Student Council 125 Homecoming ,Semi-Finalist 125 Christmas Goose 12. I A ' HETZLER ANN Band-10,11,'I2. - -I .V HIGGERSON, PATTI Pep Club 105. Ger- man Club 10. I I HILDEBRANDT, LELAND- Football 124 HILLIER, IAMES Track 10. , 5 HODAPP, MARK Baseball S.M. 95 Basket- ball S.T. 10,11,12'5 NHS'11,125 Science Club 105 Spanish Club 10,11. HONTS, IEVRRY Football. S.M. 105 Track 105 Wrestling 105 NHS 11,125 Student Council 125 UN Club 125 Science Club 11,12. - , I HONTS, PATRICIA HONTS, SAMANTHA Mixed Choir 105 Concert Choir 11,12. V H 5 HooPEs, MARLA Tennis 9,1o,11,125 Band 10,11,125 Mixed Choir 105 Pep Club 105 Debate 105iSpeech 12, 5' ' HOOPES, SCOTT VTR 10,11,12. 5 , HOPKINS, RANDY HORTON, KEVIN Baseball 9,10,125 Cross Country 11. I . HOUSEMAN, RONALD Football 12. V HUBBS, SUSAN HULTQUIST, RICK Basketball '105 Cross kCountry 105 Golf 11,12. J Fancy Footwork is part of Scott Drake's demonstrative skiing skills. Scott has been skiing for about two years and now has his own skis. 5 A number of students enjoyed skiing this winter as well as previous winters. They took off on almost every weekend to one of the area ski resorts. The two most popular ones being Sundown in Dubuque and Chestnut in Galena, Illinois. Skiing's popularity has spread like wildfire throughout the country and the Great State of Iowa was not going to be left on the "bunny slope". Iowa's ski resorts may not be as formidable as the mountains of Colorado, but they do have fairly long runs with impressive landscape to top it off. To most students skiing is done purely for their enjoyment. It HUNN, BRIAN ' ' I HUNTER, IUDY FSA 12. HUNTER, TOM Chess Club 10. .- HUSTED, DONNA FSA 11,125 Library Ass't 11. HYINK, TIM Football 105 Thespians 115 Stage Crew 11,125 Chess Club 10,11. IRWIN, DALE Baseball 10,11,12. JALCOH, KADYATU Slipping Down the Slopes relieves tensions, clears their heads and in a time of semester finals this is not only a help but is a necessity. It has been said that good physical reaction is essential for one to have good physical as well as mental health. A typical day of skiing begins around seven o'clock. The prospective skiers either drive cars or take a bus for the seemingly long two-hour drive to the ski resort. Finally when they pull into the parking lot, everyone gets butterflies in anticipation of the day's skiing. Most students don't have their own equipment so they must purchase a lift ticket. Now they're ready for the slopes. After quickly putting on the skis, they rush for the nearest hill. The rest of the day is pure ecstacy. There may be unexpected frustrations, mainly falling, but even to beginners these frustrations are overshadowed by the fun they're having. At the end of the day one appreciates the warmth of the lodge and sitting around with friends talking about the day's adventures. A day of getting their mind off problems, being with friends, and just enjoying themselves was what skiing was to those students who took part in it. How about you next winter? J f rf Randy Hopkins Kevin Horton Ronald Houseman Susan Hubbs Rick Hultquist Brian Hunn Iudy Hunter Thomas Hunter Donna Husted Tim Hyink Dale Irwin Kadyatu Ialcoh Seniors 159 Evelyn lorgenson Teresa Kallenberger Tim Kallenberger Anna Iameson Leah johnson Dale Iones Diane Kathrein Tom Keeler Earlene Keiser Iulene Keller Steve Kent Bill Kim Alan Kingery Iulie Kirk Kevin Kiser College Throughout the school year many college representatives visited MHS and its senior class. The locations of the various colleges ranged from as near as Muscatine Community College to as far away as the University of Southern California. Representatives discussed the kind of campus life and activities to be expected by attending students. They explained the required courses of study for various majors and degrees found within the schoolis curriculum. Also explained were the athletic programs of the school, its success, and size. The students were told also about the athletic intramurals and organizations open to general student participation. Also visiting the school were government representatives from the K ep Prep Marines, Navy, Army and West Point Military Academy. Some students also took Armed Forces skills tests. f A N IAMESON, ANNA , IOHNSON, LEAH Track 105'Mixed-Choir 105 Concert 11,125 Girls Swing Choir 105 Pep Club 105. 5 5 IONES, DALE Wrestling 10512. IORGENSON, EVELYN FSA 11,12. KALLENBERGER, TERESA KALLENBERC-ER, TIM ..-. V ' KATHREIN, 'DIANE Band 10,115 German Club 12. KEELER, TOM Baseball'10,11,'l25 Football 10,11,125 Gander Candidate 12, ' KELLER, IULENE Mixed Choir 10. KENT, STEVEN Library Ass't, 10,11,12. KlM,'lBlLL Golf 105 Tennis'10,115i'NHS C 11,125 UN Club 11,125 German Club 10,11,125 Class Pres. 125 Homecoming Semi Finalists 12, Student Council 12. KINGERY, ALAN Quan, iuur A 5 p J 5 160 Seniors f N KISER, KEVIN Cross Country.115 Swim- ming 9,10,11,125 Track 10,115 Concert Choir 11,125 Swing Choir 125 NHS 11,125 ,Yearbook 10,11,12. KNOTT, JONATHAN Tennis 9,1o,11,125 Student Council 125 UN Club 12. KNOX,gGABRlELA 5 , KNOXZLORRMNE Band'10,11j125Librziry Ass't. 10,11,12. KOENIG, ROBERT Baseball 9,10. , A fKOLAR5 ,MAT'FABaseballi10,1 1,5125 Basket- ball 10,11,125 Football 10,11,125 NHS 11,125 Health Club 10,115 Spanish Club -T105 Homecoming Semi-Firialist rril 1125 Gander Candidate 12. - ' KOSSIVES, CONNIE Tennis 105 Flagsquad 5115 Concert Choir 10,1315 Pres.f?i.25 Swing Choir 10,11,125'Pep Club 1011 Student Council 115 Yearbook 10,11, co-editor 125 French 10111.22 . . 'KRUSE5"DEBBlEiBand .1'0,11,12f GRA 10. LANDON, SUSAN LA RUE, STEVE,IFootball 10,11,125 Track V.,V V,,,k.JV.V ,V LAWRENCE, BARB GRA 10,115 Pom Pon 125 FSA11, pres. 125 Office Assft 10,11. A 'ffFLAZlO15iI0HNi15Conce.r-f'1'Choir'-5125 Swing Choir 125 Boy's State 115 UN Club 125 Homecoming Attendant 12. LEVETZOW, MARVIN 5Eiootbali15.210,11,f A LEZA, FRANCISCO VTR 11. A sg is College representatives visit seniors wishing to know more about colleges before enrolling. Cathy Rohrer and Marla Hoopes follow the pamphlets and brochures given them by a representative from Northern Iowa University. sw R Ionathan Knott Gabriela Knox Lorraine Knox Robert Koenig What's in it for me? Brenda Welsch pays strict attention to college representatives and is encouraged to ask questions during the discus- sion. J t Matt Kolar Connie Kossives Debbie Kruse Susan Landon Steve LaRue Barb Lawrence Iohn Lazio Marvin Levetzow Francisco Leza Seniors 161 162 Seniors Cathy Lindberg Pam Lindle Brian Litten Mike Lobdell Teri Lohse Ieff Lyon Cindy Mahoney Sue Manatt Steve Massey Iohn McAreavy Leo McCleary Peggy McCleary f K t LINDBERG, CATHY LINDLE, PAM Mixed Choir 10. LITTEN, BRIAN' Football 10,115 Tennis 9,10,11 cap't. 125 Newspaper 11. LOBDELL, MIKE I I LOHSE, TERI Gymnastics 95 Tennis 105 Cheerleading 10,115 NHS 11,125 Student Council 11,125 Homecoming Attendant 12. LYON, IEFF Baseball 105 Basketball 'l0,11,125 Track 10,11,12. MAHONEY, CYNTHIA FFA 11,125 Student Council 125 UN Club 11,12. JMANATT, SUE Cross Country 9fGRA'fl05 French Club 10,11. MASSEY, STEVE- Swimming 10,11, cap't 125 Band 10,11,125 NHS 11,12. MCAREAVEY, lOHN,,Cross Country, 105 Football 11,125 Track 10,11,125 Christmas Gander 12. ,, ' . , , McCLEARY, LEO MCCLEARY, PEGGY 5 g , MCELROY, KEITH Drama 10,11,125 Mime 10,11,125 Stage Crew 10,11,12. MCGUIRE, PATTY Mixed Choir 115 GRA 10,115 Y-Teens 105 YFU 115 FSA treas. 115 French Club 104 ' MCC-UIRE, SHARON MEADOR,ftVICKY FSA 12. . MERCHANT, RICHARD METCALF, DEBBIE GRA 10,115 Student Council 115 Quill 84 Scroll 115 Newspaper Tl- f ',., ,,r, 5, I . I MEYN, MYRON Track 10,11,125 Band 10,11,12. I 0, 5 'MILLER, BETH Basketballi105 NHS 11,12. MILLER, LISA Drama 10,115 Touring Plays 101112, MINDER, LISA Mixed Choir 1.05 Concert Choirf11,125 Swing Choir-12. S N f f Q57 Jaan' far fm" I y fwiqj f A W xxx x w ' E E " 130 students tested J C J J A 5 lfffieififsisl - ' 3lakin82hGrrACTftBSE?iTi lihefegfsrf mms-1 'A A f ,,, , down ,uf ' Dorken the Oval After applications and application fees were sent to the appropriate places, many seniors prepared to take college entrance exams such as the "American College Test" IACTJ or the "Scholastic Aptitude Test" ISATI. Some students may have taken these tests when they were juniors in high school. Although neither test was given at MHS, the ACT was offered at Muscatine Community College, while MITCHELL, MIKE Basketball 105 Cross Country 10,11, cap't 12, Track 10,11,12. MOORE, BUD ' MORRISSEY, MELODY MORSE, LOREN German Club 10,115 Chess Club 10. MOSCH, MARLA SCHMIDT Mixed Choir 10. the closest centers for the SAT were Central High School in Davenport, Iowa, or West High School in Iowa City, Iowa. At least one of these tests, covering basics like Math, English, Natural Sciences, and Social Studies, is required at most higher education institutes in the United States. Seniors involved themselves in the taking of several other tests. These included Math, Physics, Chemistry, Earth Science, and Biology tests at the "Anual-Math and Science Symporium" given at the University of Northern Iowa at Cedar Falls, the "Century Three Leadership" test dealing with current events, and the "Drake Physics Test" Both of the latter two were given at MHS. J f Keith McElroy Patty McGuire Sharon McGuire Vicky Meador Richard Merchant Debbie Metcalf Myron Meyn Beth Miller Lisa Miller Lisa Minder Mike Mitchell Bud Moore Melody Morrissey Loren Morse Marla Schmidt Mosch Seniors 163 Dave Moulds Mike Munday Ieff Myers Stan Nelson David Nitzel Virginia Norwood Susan Osborn Debbie Pallischeck Ken Partridge Iulie Patterson Linda Patterson Linda Paul 537 in Q Bow How DOES H Dolt? After hours of shuffling through file and folder we finally stumbled upon one and only one senior who had managed to make it through three years of high school without never once submitting to any terminal illness. Andrew, you really know how to make us feel guilty but congratulations! OVGI' missing one single day of education. One days Andrew Clark sat though five a week of classes, 39.5 weeks a year, with 179 days to the average year, totalling approximately 537 days the course of three years. When KMOULDS, DAVID X MUNDAY, MIKE MYERS, IEFF Band 10,11,125 Concert Choir 'I0,'I'I,'I2. NELSON,tSTANLEY NITZEIWDAVID FFA 'I0,'I1. NORWDUD, VIRGINIA Mixed Choir 10. osB5oRN5i1susAN asked how he accomplished this fantastic feat of perserverence he attested to the fact that as an incoming seventh grader he missed orientation and it took him a long time to get situated. Coupled with this is the fact that living out past Kent Research Farms leaves relatively little to do on a day at home. Andrew has finally done what many a senior tried for never triedl, PAL'LISCfHEiCK, DEBRA Basketball 105 GRA '1'0.5fYiTeens 10. PARTIUDGE, KEN Football 105 Tennis 12. PATTERSON, IULIE - PATTERSON, LINDA Gymnastics 95 Pep CIub 105 Cheerleader 105 Pom Pon 11, capt. 125 Student Council 10,115 Year- book 115 Drama 10. PAUL, LINDA Flagsquad 10,11, capt. 12. PECK, Mute PERKINS, CINDY BasketbaII 'I0,'I1,'I25 Volleyball 125 Track 105 Mixed Choir 115 concert Choir 12. J N f K 5 .J PHELPS, IULIA Basketball 10,115 Concert Choir 10,11,125 Swing Choir 11,125 NHS 11,125 UN Club 11,12. PHELPS, STEVE Track 10,11,125 Wrestling 10,11, capt. 125 Band 10,11,125 FFA 10,1'l,'I2. PHILLIPS, fULIE Basketball S.M. 105 Track S.M. 105 Band 10. PIECUCH, SUSAN. Tennis 95 Band 105 Mixed Choir 115Concert Choir 125 Swing Choir 125 Pom Pon 115 NHS 11,125 Student Council 125 Homecoming Atten- dant 12. PLANK LORI Basketball 105 Band 'l0,11,125 Pep CIub510. PLOG, LINDA Mat Maid 10,115 Library Ass't. 10. PLOGH, BARBARA PORTER, PAM Swimming 10,11,125 Track 10,11,125 Boys' Swim Manager 11,125 Pep Club 105 Band 10,115 Y-Teens 105 Year- book 10,115 Newspaper 125 Christmas Goose Candidate 12. POSTEN, LINDA Band 10,1'I,'I25 Mat Maid 11,125 FSA 11,'I2. POWERS, DAVE Basketball 10,11,125 Cross Country 115 Football 105 Track 'l0,1'l,'I2. RADA, LORI NFL 125 Concert Choir 10,11,125 Debate 11,125 Drama 11,125 Mime 125 Touring Plays 125 Stage Crew 11,125 Office Ass't. 105 Library Ass't. 10. RAMSDELL, LINDA Gymnastics 125 Ten- nis 10, Volleyball 125 Library Ass't. 10. RAUCH, DONNA Swimming 9. RECHTERMAN, IIM REED, JEFF Golf 95 Yearbook 10,11,12. REEVES, LAURA Band 'I0,11,125 NHS QUIZ. J 5.0, ,mv ik' Mike Peck Cindy Perkins Iulie Phelps Steve Phelps Iulie Phillips Sue Piecuch Lori Plank Linda Plog Barb Plogh Pam Porter Linda Poston Dave Powers Lori Rada Linda Ramsdell Donna Rauch lim Rechterman Ieff Reed Laura Reeves Seniors 165 f K Ieff Reist Sue Richmond Martha Riley Darlene Rininsland Tammie Ritz Nora Robles Amy Rodriquez Denise Rogers Cathy Rohrer Kathy Ross Randy Roth Greg Rowe Patti Ruckles lackie Ruggles Nancy Ryder REIST IEFFERY NFL 125 Band 10,115 Student Council 125 Drama 11,125 The- spian 11,125 Touring Play 125 Stage Crew 11,12. RICHMOND, SUSAN Tennis 9,10,11,125 Concert Choir 11,125 Girls' Swing Choir 105 Y-Teens 115 French Club 10,11,12. RILEY, MARTHA Swimming 10,11,125 Tennis 10,11,125 Band 10, v. pres. 11, pres. 125 NHS 11,12. RININSLAND, DARLENE Mixed Choir 105 Concert Choir 11,125 Drama 105 Mat Maid 115 FSA treas. 12. RITZ, TAMMIE Mixed Choir 105 Office Ass't. 10. ROBLES, NORA Mat Maid 11, cap't. 125 Queen of Mat Candidate 12. RODRIQUEZ, AMY Gymnastics 10,11,12. ROGERS, osmse Mixed Choir 10,115 Concert Choir 125 FSA 10,11, v. pres. 122 Library Ass't. 12. ROHRER, CATHERINE Swimming 9,10,11,125 Tennis 95 NFL 10,11.,125 Band 10,11,125 NHS 11,125 Student Council 11,125 Y-Teens 105 Debate 105 Drama 115 UN Club 11,125 Touring Plays 125 German Club 11. ROSS, KATHY Softball 11,125 Swimming 105 Twirlers 115 FSA 10,11,12. ROTH, RANDY Track 11. ROWE, GREG RUCKLES, PATTI 166 Seniors Nf Nf RUGGLES, IACKIE GRA 105 Drama 105 Stage Crew 10. RUPE, STEVE RYDER, NANCY Softball 9. SAFELY, STEVE Baseball 10,115 Basketball 10. SALLING, CLAUS Tennis 12. SANDERS, SANDY Band 10,11,125 Mixed Choir 10. SATTERTHWAITE, FRED - SAYLES, . STEPHANIE Swimming 9,10,11,125 Track 10,11,125 Boys' Swim- ming S.M. 10,11,125 Pep Club 105Y-Teens 10,11,12. I 5 SCHAAPVELD, DEBBIE GRA 105 Pep Club 105 NHS 11,125 Yearbook 10,11, co-editor 125 Quill 84 Scroll 11,125 FSA 11. V SCHILDT, IIM Basketball 10. SCHROEDER, DANIEL FFA 10,11,12 SCHUHOW, LORI Basketball 105 Softball 9,105 Mixed Choir 105 Pom Pon 10. SCHWANDKE, STEVE Band 10,11,12. SHELANGOSKI, DIRK 5 A SHOULTZ, YVONNE Newspaper 12. SIERING, TOM Golf 9,10,11,125 NHS 11,125 Student Council 125 Newspaper 11, co-editor 12. ' SIX, ANNE Swimming 10,11,125 Pep Club 105 Yearbook 105 Newspaper 11, news editor 125 UN Club 11,125 French Club 10,115 Homecoming Attendent 12. SLOT, LOUELLA Tennis 12. ' ' jk Todd Duncan finds that trapping is a job that requires daily work. Trapping provided Todd with recreation and extra money. J gf' 5, ' ff .bf - fi!" If . ' Wm' 49" up i ,135 5 . .X .1 Muskrot Love Cond fox,mink,etcl Trapping to the caveman meant a survival source of food and clothing. To the pioneers, pelts were a source of income. Today trapping is a winter pastime enjoyed by a large numer of students. The last two months of the year were designated as trapping season, during which traps could be legally set in areas around Muscatine. The trappers strung traps along the Mississippi, at Wildcat Den as well as in Durant, Walcott and at the Conesville Marsh. pelts were valued at S20 each. According to 1975 figures a good raccoon could bring a trapper as much as S30 and a fox approximately S45. The first week of the season proved to be the most lucrative for seniors such as Dale Irwin. Together with his father, Dale trapped 400 muskrats valuing a total of S1,308. As the season progressed, the number of animals significantly dropped to anywhere from 140-200 per week. The trapping season seemed Depending on the type of animal short, but when you spent three to and the quality of its pelt, trapping proved to be a very profitable sport four hours checking traps and skinning game you realize the for most participants. A muskrat was amount of work that goes into the worth 53.27, while mink and coyote hobbie. Tom Sturms and Todd Duncan took turns driving every other day to check their traps at a spot 13 miles from their homes. Todd explained that they didn't have the best of trapping seasons, partly due to the constant change of the weather. These changes were usually drastic and quite hard on most animals. "But we had good times because of the many comical situations that arose from being out at 5:00 a.m.," said Todd. Some of the funny and startling incidents included stepping on a pheasant, catching a skunk and receiving its potent perfume, and watching the car left in drive roll right on down the pavement. J Steve Safley Claus Salling Sandy Sander Stephanie Sayles lim Schildt Daniel Schroeder Lori Schuhow Dirk Shelangoski Yvonne Shoultz Tom Siering Anne Six Louella Slot Fred Satterthwaite Debbie Schaapveld Steven Schwandke Seniors 167 X Fun, friends,foith "Boy, you guys sure know how to cram kinds on a hayrack. How many are here?" asked Steve in a . strained voice. "I think Pastor Mike said there were 64 from the three senior high youth groups. We've been doing a lot of things with other churches in the past two years. There's been the 'Almost Anything Goes,' a picnic at Wild Cat Den, plus the softball and basketball tournaments," answered Vickie from next to Steve. "Huh, I didn't realize church kids had so much fun. At least I never did! All 11 kids in our group dropped out because the leader didn't care about us," Steve exploded. "That's a good thing about our church. We have a lot of young adults who help out and keep things rolling. Of course next week will be super exciting with the United Crusade." "The Aubrey McCann United Crusade. He's an evangelist from Iamaica. Seven of the local churches are sponsoring it and I'm going to sing in the choir plus be a counselor for the people who respond to the invitation. So I'm going to be kept busy," Vickie explained. After a slight pause, Steve remarked, "You really get involved in church stuff, don't you Vickie?" "Yeah, I guess it's my whole life and I enjoy it. Oh, they're starting to sing. I'll teach it to you. "There's one way to peace thru , . 1 I What better topic for discussion in a business english class than The Art of Conversation? Evangelist Mr. Aubrey McCann, guest speaker, poses several points of interest as Robyn Hidlebaugh, Paulette Hall and Tammy Smalley take notes. 168 Seniors Darlene Smith Debbie Smith Iim Smith jeff Snyder Tim Snyder Patty Soteros Ianna Springman Cris Spurgeon Loretta Spurling Iulie Stauffer Cathy Stecher Sheila Steele Randy Stegall Terrie Stender Iohn Stockton N... N GMITH, DARLENB I YSWARILMARY A SMITH, DEBBIE SMITH, IIM Basketball 10: Golf 9,10,11,12: Newspaper 10,113 UN Club 12: Christmas Gander Candidate 12. SNYDER, IEFF Basketball 10,111,123 Christmas Gander Candidate 12. SNYDER, TIM Football 10: Wrestling 101 Concert Choir 12: Drama 10,11,12g The- spians 10,11,12: Mime 11,123 Touring Plays 11: Stage Crew 10,11.1Z. SOTEROS, PATTI Mat Maids 11, cap't 123 Queen of Mats 12. SPRINGMAN, IANNA Spanish Club 11. SPURGEON, CRIS FSA 11. SPURLING, LORE'I'I'A Mat Maids 11. STAUFFER, IULIE Student Council 12: Newspaper 12: Mat Maids 12: FSA 11,12: Library Assistant 10,11,12. STECI-IE.R,CATHY STEELE, SHEILA Mixed Choir 11: GRA 10,111 FSA 11,12. STEGALL, RANDY Football SM 10: Touring Plays 11: Library Ass't 10,11,12. STENDER, TERRIE STOCKTON, 101-IN Track 19. STOKES, IERRI FSA 12. STOUBE, MARK Boys State 11. STURMS, TOM Baseball 10: Basketball 10,11,12: Football 10: Christmas Gander Candidate 12. SULZBERGER, BARBARA CURRY Ten- nis 9: Band 10. SULZBERGER, CRAIG SWAIN, ELLEN NFL 11,12: Drama 10,11,12: Thespians 10,11,12: Mime 11,12: Touring Plays 11,123 Stage Crew 10,11,12. N J :yummy V N N "2-'iF t' ,am ' ' Q 1 I ,, rv , :wr 4, .A 15,45 ..,, 'hifi' SYMONDS, ED Football 10: Wrestling 10: Band 10,11,12: Concert Choir 10,11,12g Drama 10,11,12: Stage Crew 10,11,12. TANDY, PAULA TENNELL, TAMMY Track 10: Mat Maids 11. TERRILL, WADE Basketball 10: Football 10.12, Swimming 11: Track 10,12. Ierri Stokes Mark Stoube Tom Sturms Barbara Curry Sulzberger Craig Sulzberger Ellen Swain Mary Sward Ed Symonds Paula Tandy Tammy Tennell Wade Terrill lim Tesch Marcy TeStrake TESCH, IAMES NFL 11, 12: Boys State 11: NHS 11,121 Drama 10,11,12: Thespians 10,11,12: Touring Plays 11,12. TE STRAKE, MARCY Track 10,11,12: Mixed Choir 10: Pep Club 103 Cheerleader 10,11,12: NHS 11, 123 French Club 11: Homecoming Queen. Hunger pangs after a hayrack ride are satisfied by hot dogs, pop and other munchies. CCD members Louis Gaeta, john Garbutteand Steve May discuss the day's activities with friends. Seniors 169 170 Seniors NO MORE HIGH SCHOOL!!! Some happy and some sad were basic reactions of the 395 seniors that graduated in 1977. It was quite a decision-making year. This was a big turning point in everyone's life. The future was on the minds of many students. To be a senior and decide on which route to take, college, marriage, technical school, military services or just going out and finding a job for the future. The end of school drew near and the graduating class began to prepare. Naturally, the traditional essentials were carried out smoothly-senior pictures, diploma coversg then the graduation exercises. For some the class ring was bought in remembrance of their high school years. Announcements, as usual, This Is It were an important part of preparation, for it is an age old lesson in the book of graduation procedures that says the more announcements sent out the more presents sent back! As a traditional happening at MHS the seniors, early in the year chose There can be no rainbow without the cloud and the storm, as their class motto, the yellow rose for their flower and sky blue and off-white were their selection of colors. Arranging for this big event took time and many decisions were made by the end of the year. We discovered that these decisions did not end with a stop sign but were a turning point into the future. K Amber Thompson Gina Thompson Lavonna Titus Cindy Todd Gayle Tomasson George Tometich Doug Tooman Kim Townsley Walking together through the Homecoming march is one of the final roads that seniors take together before they follow their own roads into the future. f Try that on for size. Part of second semester registration involved measuring for cap and gown. Louise Bloom gets fitted with a cap by Mr Herwig. THOMPSON, AMBER Band 10,11,125 Mat Maid 115 Spanish Club 10,11. THOMPSON, GINA NFL 12, Drama 11,125 Thespians 125 Mime 125 Touring Plays 125 Stage Crew 11,12. TITUS, LAVONNA Basketball 105 Chess Club 10. TODD, CINDY Band 10,115 Concert Choir 10,11,125 Swing Choir 11,125 Pep Club 105 Cheerleaders 10,11,125 Student Council 125 Homecoming Queen Semi- Finalist 12. TOMASSON, GAYLE Softball 11,125 GRA 10,115 Pep Club 105 Y-Teens 11,125 Newspaper 11,125 UN Club 10,11,12. TOMETICH, GEORGE NFL 11,125 NHS 11,125 Student Council 11, President 125 Debate 11, Treasurer 125 UN Club 125 German Club 10,115 Class Vice-President jk jk N f Randy Toyne Iessie Trevino Steve Truitt Iamie Tyler Tim Tyler Carrie VanBlaricome Tammy Van Est Sharon Van Wey lane Vandygriff 125 Homecoming Attendant 12. TOOMAN, DOUGLAS Band 10,11. TOWNSLEY, KIM Basketball 105 Softball 115 GRA 10. TOYNE, RANDY FFA 10,11,12. TREVINO, IESSE TRUITT, STEVEN Tennis 9. TYLER, IAMIE Football 105 FFA 10,11 Vice-Pres. 12. TYLER, TIM Football 10,11,125 Track 10,11,12. VAN BLARICOME, CARRIE Gymnastics 9,105 Track 10. VAN EST, TAMMY Gymnastics 10,125 Track 105 FSA 10,11,12. VAN WEY, SHARON VANDYGRIFF, IANE Basketball 105 Track 10,115 GRA 10. Seniors 171 N J Gary Wagner Ianice Ward Mark Ward Kevin Watson Sally Webb Susan Weber Randy Wedekind Rick Wehmeyer aae Traci: 'f6,1'l,fl2, Volleyball 12, Concert - 5YVASD,iMARK Basketball:9,19, Basketball 5 FS?0fl?51ll 15311-?2.T'3Ck s f.1' vff ' ,'.a ,5WW105,COng:ertiChoir 19. ' W WW aaa llaa 'f'i 'f-', 'DIKNE "Swifhmii'ing 5WWW'Teri3iis if" gf L:,, C 0!aincil.,,105.5Y-ifeensg,10,151,125 Yearbook ' 172 Seniors ,,,,1,Wi7ilTSEl., I1lCK,:Foqtbal,lHcap't 1Q. -Banda 1Qr.11ss12' f , ,.. ' '. , H ' ' Working means long hours and a boost to one's own economy. Lisa Ziegenhorn is employed as a teller at Central State Bank. 5 E i gg , I ' .1 ' 1 4 1 - I w n gg fixff fig Swv- f W 1 4 ' . V 1 , WWELKER, DANWlfootballV10. W W WW W ' f -R V 'X it ERErilDAfffEBasitetb5l.l 150,1'P5125w+. .Q l ' 5 5 1112115 ig . Concert Cljioir 125 Swing Choir W125 Pom 'E' 'W' M rff vla nnnx Q o9rnnasface59,1o, eapw anla WWWl 'W I Gymnastics 115 Pep Clubf105 Cheerleader 1 1,,1,,, :,, Wwifsosi' 1ilWDYWhRX1UlilWl?orn PSB 1iWWi2- 1 2 5 Christmas Goose Candidate nnee 1 2 -, K leader 5, :.5,f x ,Nxt , ,A 1 ms, ff., 1..5.. Part time jobs help students battle the rising cost of living. Sue Buster's job at Stiles involves recording information for the pharmacy. A., My I , , I I W-. The Final Balloons fell and noisemakers screeched while Guy Lombardo's orchestra serenaded out Auld Lang Syne to ring in 1977. This roused many people to thoughts of what the New Year would bring. For about 350 teens in Muscatine, 1977 was a mark of freedom, choices . . . maturity. The big senior year was filled with homework for the needed credits, completing decisions for the next year. All of a sudden, you're faced with, "I don't have to go to school anymore! But, what will I do, I haven't done anything else all my life!" Many opportunities awaited young people finishing high school. Road... Some students chose to take their needed requirements first semester and then graduate mid-term. For those students, they had the chance to enter college in the spring semester or work full time to save their money for future plans. For the students going the entire year, many activities were planned to keep them busy. Each football, basketball game, concert, contest or meet, suddenly becomes the last. Along with the fun activities, interviews with college representatives, future employers, and visits to schools took up a lot of a senior's time. lcon't on page 1741 Rick Weikert Diane Weis Daniel Welker Brenda Welsch Debbie Wetzel Mandy Whitlow Rick Whitsel Kim Wiegand Kelly Williams Carolyn Wilson Iudy Wilson Pam Windus Seniors 173 K A New Be innin lcon't from page 1731 Deciding what to do for the next year, was a very careful and involved choice. Parents, friends and teachers all played a big part in making our decisions. There were choices such as continuing education, either in a vocational, private or public, two or four year, university or college. Tuition costs, room and board, curriculum and location are varying factors for college choices. Small colleges and junior colleges were chosen by people wanting more personal attention or a place to get the basics out of the way before transfering to a bigger school. Vocational schools were good choices for someone wanting to learn 90 about one particular occupation. It I I f took a shorter amount of time to www ,f 1 receive the education and enabled 'I the person to get a job that they are specifically trained for. Higher education wasn't for everyone. Many chose to enter the employment field as soon as they graduate. Other's settled down and got married, and some chose to go into the service. Whatever the choice, the senior year will always be remembered as one of more freedom, choice and maturing. e. 11 E l We l Michiel Winkel Sue Witter Kristine Wohlers Nancy Worthington Lorraine Wright Melvin Wykert 174 Seniors WlNKEL,A MICHIEL ' X715 WITTER, SUSAN Concert Choir 11. I ' WOHLERS, KRIS Basketball 10,115125 Track 105 Band 10. - I 5 I WOODRUFF, MEL WORSTER, LORI Baseball 9,10,115 Bas- ketball 105 Mixed Choir 105 Concert Choir 105 Pep 105 Debate 105 Drama 105 French Club 10. ' WORTHINGTON, NANCY Band 11,125 Mixed Choir 115 Concert Choir 12. WRIGHT, LORRI Yearbook 10,1'I,125 Quill 8: Scroll 11,12. . WYKERT, MELVIN IR. YERINGTON, CRAIG Football 11. YERINGTON, KATHY V YERINGTON, ROSE Basketball 10,11,'I23 Softball 11,125 Volleyball 12. - . , 5'...,. , 5 YOHN, DEBORAH Mixed Choir NHS 11,12- + I liee fXQl,J5NG, ANN WAYSON Mm 1. Jt. .tt. UNC-, IERI LYMAN FSA 152. .5.5e55..f 0 YOUNG, MIKE Football 10,115 9,10,115 Track 105 Wrestling. 105 Choir 10,115 Swing Choir 10,115 Concert' Choir 105511. I ..t.,e . ZAEHRINGER, IANICE ZIEGENHORN, LISA Yearbook 10,1150 German Club 10. KZYBARTH, AVERY Boy's State 11. j Actual proof5 individuals never really get lost in the crowd, even if it's a fire drill crowd. Craig Yerington Cathy Yerington Rose Yerington Debbie Yohn Anna Young lanice Zaeringer Lisa Ziegenhorn Avery Zybarth O omero g enlors 7 el A ASWEGAN, ALLEN Newspaper 10,125 NEFF, PAUL Stage Crew 10,11. A PACE, DONALD A BATES, DEBBIE PECK, MERNON Wrestling 105 FFA 11, N BEAN, BRUCE - PHILLIPS, PAT CAMPBELL, MARK Baseball 9,10,11,12. SHOPPA, ,ED Track 11,12, CASTEI-OW, BRUCE UMBANHOWER, IEFF Track 10,11,125 CURRY, RODNEY Stage Crew 10,11,12. GOETZMAN, IOHN GREENWALD, TONY HENRY, KIMBERLY Chess Club 10,11. HERLEIN, HARRY HUGHES, WANDA FSA 12. ISA, AMAL IOB, CLOYCE KElG, NANCY KEMP, DAVID Baseball 125 Wrestling 12. KORTE, EVELYN LAKE, BARB Concert Choir 125 Pep Club 10. LONGCOR, LORI LOUGH, SANDY MCGILL, MICHAEL MILLER, IERRY MILLER, MIKE MONTAGNA, BOB MULNIX, GARRY VANCE, RUSSELL Football Student Man- ager 125 Track Student Manager 10,11,'I25 Wrestling Student Manager 125 Yearbook 10,11,125 Office Assistant 10,11,12. WAKEFIELD, DANIEL WElERSHAUSER, MARK WELSCH, PATRICK Football 105 Mixed Choir 10,11. WOODRUFF, MELODIE WORSTER, LORI Basketball 105 Softball 95 Swimming 95 Mixed Choir 105 Pep Club 105 Newspaper 105 Debate 105 French Club 10. YOUNG, ANN WAYSON Mat Maid 11. YOUNG, IERI LYMAN FSA 12. YOUNG, MIKE Football 10,115 Swimming 9,10,115 Track 105 Wrestling 105 Mixed Choir 10,115 Swing Choir 10,11. While 1977 marked an end for seniors in high school organizations and sports, a loud speaker on the Heinz Field pressbox is a new beginning J for a family of birds. Seniors 175 X L . . Q l X V L-. Q 2. we -., - w--'-1-- 7 im -v WWW A total of sixty-one three point juniors and seniors were initiated into the National Honor Society on April 4. The initiates were selected by faculty members according to their academic excellence, leadership and participation in activities. Two-year members opened the ceremony with speeches explaining such qualities as character,leadership and knowledge. Following the candlelight ceremony, each initiate received a carnation and refreshments were served in the cafeteria. Three Point Seniors Teresa Ales Maria Ambrioso Lorri Anson Chris Armstrong Valerie Aubert Mark Baird Robert Barclay Richard Barry Cory Berry Kathleen Black Louise Bloom Kristine Boehme Amy Bosch Chris Brewer Margaret Brink Cheryl Brogly Iulie Buckley Kathryn Burk Susan Buster Iennifer Calvert William Cawiezell Marsha Christy Andrew Clark Kathy Cline Ieffery Coder W. Stephen Coder Sheri Cook Dawn Cooney Iulia Cozart Iill Crouse Scott Curtis Dan Dietz Beth Donovan Scott Drake Todd Duncan Mary Elliot Cynthia Evans Duane Fuller Shirley Fuller William Furlong Iohn Garbutt David Gardner Eric Gatzke Lori Gilleland Lesa Greenwald Brian Hammer Debbie Hansen Gregory Harper Melissa Hart Tammy Hatfield Debra Hazen Iames Heirigs Kimberly Henry Michelle Herwig Ann Hetzler Patti Higgerson Leland Hildebrandt Mark Hodapp Ierry Honts Ronald Houseman Rick Hultquist Iudy Hunter Amal Issa Leah Iohnsn Evelyn Iorgenson Diane Kathrein Bill Kim Iulie Kirk Kevin Kiser Ionathan Knott Matthew Kolar Constance Kossives Barbara Lawrence Marvin Levetzow Cathy Lindberg Pamela Lindle Brian Litten Theresa Lohse Valedictorians Front Row: Debbie Yohn Sally Webb, Jonathan Knott. Back Row: Cheryl Brogly, Bill Kim, Brian Litten, Salutatorian Kevin Kiser. Sue Manatt Steven Massey Patricia McGuire Sharon McGuire Debbie Metcalf Beth Miller Lisa Minder Michael Mitchell Loren Morse Linda Patterson Iulia Phelps Iulia Phillips Susan Piecuch Pamela Porter Linda Posten Lori Rada Ieffrey Reed Laura Reeves Ieffrey Reist Martha Riley Amy Rodriques Catherine Rohrer Steve Safley Claus Salling Debbie Schaapveld Thomas Siering Anne Six Louella Slot Iames Smith Ianna Springman Ierri Stokes Thomas Sturms Ellen Swain Iames Tesch Marcy TeStrake Amber Thompson Gina Thompson Gayle Tomasson George Tometich Timothy Tyler Tammy Van Est Kevin Watson Sally Webb Paula Diane Weis Brenda Welsch Mandy Whitlow Kelly Williams Susan Witter Nancy Worthington Lorraine Wright Debbie Yohn Lisa Ziegenhorn 176 Honors ational Honor Seniors Louise Bloom Chris Brewer William Cawiezell Kathy Cline Daniel Dietz Todd Duncan Brian Hammer Melissa Hart Patti Higgerson Diane Kathrein Connie Kossives Brian Litten Lisa Minder Loren Morse Iulia Phillips Linda Posten Lori Rada Ieff Reist Anne Six Iames Smith Ianna Springman Thomas Sturms Gina Thompson Diane Weis -., TK 5 4 .fa 5 , , 3 V ,. .,pv1?' 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W, ' A I , Nancy Worthington Lorraine Wright luniors William Anklam Linda Avesing Robert Barry Susan Burzlaff Kim Butcher Cindy Collins Susan Curtis Rachel Dietz Iamie Dore Debra Erickson Iames Fick jennifer Fox Russell Gillenwater Kristopher Cregerson Micheal Halligan Iolynn Heitmann Craig Holt Teresa Howell Brad Kardux lim Kim Teri Koehrsen Ioseph Kolar Society Leffrey Lange Mark Larson Robert McMullan Steve Meerdink Brenda Mente Robert Mittman Tali Neumann Sue Pribyl Ioseph Reifert Teresa Seal Cathleen Sheller Bradley Smith Cara Watson Two Year Members Christopher Armstrong Mark Baird Richard Barry Cory Berry Amy Bosch Mark Hodapp Ierry Honts Bill Kim Kevin Kiser Matthew Kolar Teri Lohse Steven Massey Beth Miller julia Phelps Susan Piecuch Laura Reeves Martha Riley Cathy Rohrer Debbie Schaapveld Thomas Siering james Tesch Marcy TeStrake George Tometich Sally Webb Brenda Welsch Mandy Whitlow Deborah Yohn Cheryl Brogly Sherri Cook Iill Crouse William Furlong Lesa Greenwald A uill 84 Scroll Recognition by Quill 8z Scroll, an honorary high school journalism association, was given to those members of the Auroran Yearbook and the Auroran Newspaper for their journalistic contributions to their respective organization. To attain this honor, each student fulfilled the requirement of placing in the upper one third of his class. Quill 84 Scroll Members lulia Cozart Rachel Dietz Todd Duncan , 'Bill Furlong Kim Goss Brad Kardux Connie Kossives Teri Lohse lane Malzahn Pam Porter Debbie Shaapveld Tom Siering Anne Six Gayle Tomasson Paula Diane Weis Lorraine Wright 'two year members Senior NHS members serve cake and punch to new members after a formal initiation in the auditorium. Q ff Officers ond y Compong REPRESENTATIVES NOT PICTURED Theresa Lohse Cindy Estabrook jerry Honts Susan Piecuch julie Cozart Steph Nowysz Karen Diehl Mike Halligan Sue Hoffman jeff Lange Teresa Seal Kim Hetzler Tom Tyler jennifer Paetz DeAnn Livingston Pam Sachs julie Hansen, secretary of the junior Class diverts her attention from a class meeting to smile for the camera. Let's get down to business is jenny Calvert's expression as she performs her duties as Student CounCil's president. junior Class officers: Sue Pribyl, Acting Treasurerg jim Kim, Presidentg Cara Watson, Vice-President. 178 Class Officers and Representatives 'Zi 396' if tes. Sophomore Class Officers: Chris Goss, Secretary, Kevin Piecuch, Treasurer, lanna jones, Vice-Presidentg Craig Marr, President. Concentration is the key as Lori Panther listens to the plans for the sophomore dance held at the end of the year. 'N Senior Class Officers: Brian Hammer President, George Tometich, Vice-President. swf Treasurer, Scott Drake, Secretary, Bill Kim K Supermarkets- Super Cash "And here's your change, ma'am. Have a nice day!" When you're out shopping at a grocery store, you'll see many students employed there. Students are now forced to get jobs because of the high cost of records, concert tickets, and other items necessary for the livelihood of every teenager. And one of the most popular places to work is at they supermarket and grocery store. The work ranges from toting bags as a carry-out person all the way to making decorative displays out of canned goods as a stocker and running a cash register. Stockers soon learn to be good actors, smiling a friendly 'smile' when they feel like crying over their ruined work when someone pulls the wrong can out of a display. Cashiers are now using those lnevv' electronic cash registers, the ones that spit out change like a crazed slot machine and dispense stamps by the handful. A cashier also bags the groceries being careful not to smash the bread and eggs with the cans and bottles. Carry-out people also play their part, dressing up for the store festival in a clown suit and dashing out into the wind and slush to put the groceries into your car. An average work day lasts about six hours with the stock people falling asleep on the shelves around ten. The pay, averaging about 32.75 an hour for smiling, stacking, picking and sacking isn't bad for a part-time job. 180 Iuniors Lynette Adams jeff Allen Cindy Allison Virginia Altman Barry Andersen Dave Anderson Kim Anderson Perry Anderson N Bill Anklam lim Ash Steve Askam Linda Avesing Lori Baer Gene Bailey Susan Ball jim Barela I .N Qi... K tx 'D g i if ' 1 A ia, . giiililym an Qihsi V if Eelslsalq' 1 9-Eg. S Stocking the frozen food section is one of the Checking off and pricing a newly arrived various supermarket jobs that keeps joel DeLeon busy at Mulberry Sun Mart. shipment of goods Plowman. in the stockroom is Craig H ,r,,11r,4, , . .zz H . 1 12 6-4, 14- ik., 'an-+A, . .Mk ,if its john Barnard Robert Barry lim Bartlett Laurie Bashore Mark Batenhorst Brenda Beckman lim Beechum Mary Bermel Laurie BeVier Vickie Bishop Anita Bland Glen Bohling Vicki Borchert Brad Brammer Teresa Brase Sue Braun Brent Brewer Paul Bright Brenda Britcher Dennis Britt Betty Brockert Karen Brockert Steve Brockert Adda Brown Iuniors 181 K leannie Brown Sallie Brown Ron Bryant Mark Buckley Cathy Bugh Mark Bunn Bill Burmeister Brian Burns Linda Burr Sue Burzlaff Mary Busch Kim Butcher lean Byrne Roberto Calderon Mike Caiiger Missy Callaghan Maureen Cannon Cathy Carter Dianna Carter Cort Cassens Shirley Castelow Rick Causse jill Christophersen Rod Christy PAWS Need a quick-pick-me-up drink? Try this. Throw some Carnation Instant milk, Karo syrup and hamburger into a blender, grind into a fine liquid and serve warm. Don't knock it. This is the, way lion cubs at Weed Park Zoo got started and baby lions thrive on it. Especially "Fatso" the five month old cub Doug Terranova takes care of. Fatso was one of the five lion cubs born at the zoo last summer that Doug helped raise. Doug, who has worked at the zoo voluntarily for two years, has found raising lion cubs a "different experience." Although he admits that Stan Buckley, the zoo director, was mostly responsible for taking the cubs home every night and feeding them every two hours for several weeks, Doug has the sole responsibility of making sure Fatso gets his exercise. When Fatso was two months old, Doug brought him home where they would wrestle in the grass, but Fatso's spending the night was out of the question, because of the objection of Doug's dog land undoubtedly his parentsl. At two months a lion is pretty easy to handle, but at five months, look out, Fatso loves to wrestle now as much as he did then, but the odds for a pin are against Doug. Once he suffered some pulled neck muscles when Fatso launched a sneak attack and jumped him from behind. Other than a few scratches and small bites, Doug has not been seriously wounded by the young king of beasts. According to Doug, Fatso has no interest in stalking any prey fexcept Dougl but prefers to spend his time hugging Doug, playfully biting his neck and ears and posing for the cameras. In fact, Fatso has become a regular camera ham because he's had his picture taken so often. Before the lion cubs came along, Doug had also assisted in training the zoo's elephant and chimp. He's even worked with badgers and foxes. ,, llgiilgif . fa . .,,,,,, ul 3 3 ? 3 182 Iuniors Finger-lickin good. Doug's hand may be tasty, but Fatso will soon overcome his urge to nibble. t x di ,x ,P A real rib-tickler. Fatso reacts to being tickled much the same as humans do. Doug was responsible for keeping Fatso from living up to his name through proper daily exercise. lim Clark Wanda Coblentz lulie Coder Cindy Collins Terry Comfort Rick Conard Nancy Conklin Meagan Conway Philip Crews Sue Crook Tammy Cubbage Julie Cunningham Sarah Cunningham Scott Curry Mark Curtis Sue Curtis Theresa Danner Kory Darnall Barb Day jeff Deahr lim Delveau Laurie DeVore Karen Diehl Mary Dierickx Rachel Dietz Mark Dingus Brit Dipple juniors 183 lrs. Agree... "Can I Help you?" "I need an admit to class, please." "Why, young man, didn't you get to class on time?" "Well, lsighj it's a long story . . . First of all, my car wouldn't start so I had to walk to school. In below zero weather your muscles and bones sort of freeze up, ya know? So I thought that a cup of hot chocolate would really be great. Then since I was already in the cafeteria I decided that I might as well get something to eat, too. Right? So I got one of those nice gooey rolls. I was turning around to go to a table when I bumped into a senior. Unfortunately this senior was carrying a cup of super hot coffee, which ended up on the front of my shirt, as you probably have noticed. My mom's going to kill me now! She gave me this shirt for eating, and my shirt was done steaming, I went to my locker to pick up my first period books. I was at my locker when this sophomore came skipping up to his locker, which is next to mine. He whipped his locker open and the top part hit me right in the head. Knocked me right out! The next thing I knew I was in the nurse's office with an ice pack on my head. After a quick recovery I realized that I'd better be off. It was almost time for second period." Little did I know what was in store for me. I went into my LIT class and after roll call I went into a conference room to study. Everything was going fine until the teacher launched a surprise attack on me to see if I was working. I nearly had a heart attack! I would have to be working on my psychology at the Christmas. Instead of "shouting out" time. the stain, she's gonna shout me out!" lc0n't on page 1861 "So anyway, after I was done Dan Dipple Pam Dipple Wanda Dipple Sally Doak Bob Doerres Jamie Dore Frank Draper Kevin Duggan Tom Duncan 184 Iumors Q., What a way to start the day! First period Algebra class and Rod lohnston is already posed with the problem of a test. f37""'F 9' Forming a mental bond between himself and the school newspaper, Kris Gregerson finds the last few minutes of chemistry class a suitable time to catch up on his reading. 'Qs- eff- ' sa . if ' 'sf NN is Denise Dunker Peggy Dusenberry Anthony Eberling Donald Eichelberger Virginia Eichelberger Vickie Eisile Don Elshoff Debbie Erickson Ken Erwin Theresa Estabrook Bruce Etter Matt Evans Brian Everhart Larry Farless jim Fick Lisa Findling Scott Fisher Lisa Fletcher ludy Fluty Carol Forest Scott Fossberg Carla Foster jeff Foster Eric Fournier jennifer Fox Cynthia Frank Lana Freyermuth Pam Fruits J l juniors 185 Ken Fry jennifer Fryberger Denise Fuller john Gaeta Louie Gaeta Mike Ganzer Karla Garvin Betty Gatton Robert Gault Cindy Geertz Kathy George Dean Gerdts Russ Gillenwater Curtis Gilson Randy Goodale x as gif, - MKQM. Bench warmer. Lori Harris reviews notes and works on problems during a chemistry study time. QL, lohn Goode all ' f- r - Kim C055 M, Laurie Gow A"' 'lll -ff 1 ' ' 1: iw! .N , Bruce Grady' Q w 3' ii - I Carla Grady 1 ff Q ," . X fl A . . l M . d d I . M t 0 S J lcon't from page 1841 The bell for third period rang and I was off again. In the library I did my chemistry. All was fine, but I knew it was too good to be true. I was walking through the turnstyle to leave when that darn alarm went off, and Mrs. Voss came flying up to me like the building was on fire or something! After beingldetained for five minutes, it was discovered that some joker had stuck a book in among all my things. Cute, huh? After this whole ordeal, I was really pressed for time. NOWI figured it'd take a miracle to get me to class on time! No chance! It took so long to get up those stairs and run down the 440 yard hall, grab my books and have half my locker come tumbling out when I went to shut it! Then I X had to sprint another 440 back up the hall, fly down the stairs and flop into my seat in Algebra class. Everything went smoothly till the 'fly down the stairs' part. A group of senior girls were blocking the door to the staircase. After a couple of loud, but polite "excuse me's" which got no action, I yelled "A MOUSE" at the top of my lungs! I've never seen girls run so fast in my entire life! I made it through the door, but I was delayed once again. This time it was three sophomores trying to walk up the stairs side by side. Wouldn't ya know we got stuck when I tried to force my way between them. A janitor had to come and pry us apart. Thatls why I was late! Now can I have that pass? 186 Iuniors N al ,gnnvlf 'Q Cf" f.,...7 loan Graettinger Karen Gray Lauri Gray Lynne Gray Kris Gregersen Steve Gross lay Gulick Mike Hagens Wes Hagens Chris Hagy Ginger Hahn Pam Hahn ML.. "'1 'C 'Fl , 5, f J 4 Parlez vous Francaise Answering his French teacher's question "Parlez vous Francaise?" Dave Symonds replies, "Me neither!" Peggy Hahn Steve Hahn Paulette Hall Mike Halligan Margie Hampton Scott Haney Don Hanft julie Hansen Steve Hansen Priscilla Harmon Carla Harrington Lori Harris Debbie Hartung Mindy Hatfield loan Havemann Ed Hayes Steve Hazelwood lolynn Heitmann Greg Henke jeff Henke Iuniors 187 Robin Hidlebaugh David Hintermeister Bob Hohenadel Sandy Holland Teresa Howell Kelly jefferson Debbie jennings Connie jewett justine johnson The Greot Lic k-Cffl We're here in room 130 conducting an experiment: the lingual maniputation of the solubility of mixed disaccarids by avoiding masticationg or in everyday English, how many licks does it take to get to the stick of a Tootsie pop without using your teeth. Seven participants were selected at random, three males and four females: Diane Sywassink, jim Fick, Don Hanft, julie Testrake, Debbie Sywassink, Bob Hoffman and Brenda Mente. After choosing their desired flavors, the contestants were seated, Tootsie pops unwrapped, and placed in position. The race began, and with it various comments filled the room from skeptical participants. "I'm loosing my stick." K . "My taste buds are burnt off." "You're not doing it on your tongueg you're doing it with your teeth." The lick-off rivalry was between Don Hanft and jim Fick. Everyone thought lim "had it in the bag" until he was disqualified in his final licks for using his teeth to get the chocolate off. It was only a matter of licks until Don won the title of the Yearbook's Tootsie Pop Lick-off Champ of 1976. The experiment took exactly 18 minutes and approximately 27,042 licks, resulting in bleeding mouths, aching jaws and sore tongues. Hanft, flushed with victory, not to mention slightly sticky, said, "I really tried to win. I went all out." Needless to say the losers vowed to return next year. Bob Henry joan Herlein jerry Hill Kelly Hilton julia Hines Bob Hoffman jeff Hoffman Sue Hoffman Cathy Honts Carol Hooks Holly Hoopes Lori Hoopes Steve Howe Dave Howell Mark Howell Mac Hubble Robert Hunn jeff D. Hunt Todd Hunter Bret Hurlbut Glenn Huston Tammy Ivey Debby james Steve jehring Carl jensen Mike johnson 188 juniors wr .v N' 3 L I? '5 X JY, 5 V I r mfr, h ..N,,,,,,, W-F, Anticipating the beginning of the "Great Lick-Off" Debbie Sywassink has one false start counted against her. As the race progresses, jim Fick finds that he's at the end of his stick. "lt can be done!" Don Hanft explains to a disqualified jim Fick who couldn't control his urge to bite his Tootsie pop. 3 4. 1.3, Q, ' 4977 WX Rod lohnston Brad Kardux jeff Kardux Sharon Kelly Dennis Kemper Nick Kennedy lim Kim Roger Kitchen Vicki Kleist Kathy Knox Rick Knox Teri Koehrsen C' A7 'P' 43.4 Q-4 Sue Koester joe Kolar Linda Korte Dean Kossives Diane Kraklow Regina Kurriger Sarah Lacy Renata Lake leff Lange Mark Larson Robbie LaRue Karen Laursen Mark Lawrence Helen Lazio Brian Leimkuehler IoMary Lettenberger julie Lettenberger Sandy Lewis Becky Libenguth Ginni Lindle juniors U jeff Longhurst Mitch Lorentzen Sarah Lothringer Gary Lowe Rick Lucas Brian Lueth Gary Lyons jenny Lyons Dianna MacMahon Dave Maeglin lane Malzahn Laurie Marshek Marian Martin Tim Martin Connie Martz Christy Matthiessen Mindy Maurath ste-.ie may Jody Mayo Kris McDaniel joe McAreavy Barb McElroy Eric McElroy Laura McCuire Madeleine McKee Kim McKinney Bob McMullan Steve Meerdink Brenda Mente Lisa Merrill Don Merrival Keith Metzger Misty Michaels Sam Midkiff Dan Miller Cond : A 'Fot' Profit K "Hey, anybody have fifty cents I can borrow?" "No, but here's a lunch ticket to get you through until tomorrow." "Thanks anyhow, but I didn't want the money for lunch. I wanted to buy one of those candy bars the juniors are selling to support junior-Senior Prom. Anybody else got fifty cents?" "Are you kidding? I've spent so much money on that candy and all I've gotten out of it is another five pounds, all in the wrong places!" "Do you know that there are over 600 calories in just one of those Super Crunch bars! I'm afraid to count how many there are in a box of Mint Truffles or Toffee Bars." This typical conversation was heard around the halls from November through early December as juniors sold candy bars to raise the money needed for the annual junior-Senior Prom. Guys and girls picked up their candy from the storage room and began nickle, dime, and dollaring the sophomores and seniors as well as most of the teachers. All that running around through the halls and neighborhood nabbing hungry students and loyal neighbors really paid off. Over seven hundred dollars of profit were raised by the end of the sale. Recognition was given to the following juniors for selling the most candy: Cindy Collins, S563 Tali Neuman, S633 and Sue Burzlaff, 373.50 Top candy salesperson was Michelle Phillips with 38850. K... 2 1' W... , A ,si .ann ...nn i 190 juniors While in the cafeteria, Cara Watson, Steph Nowysz and Sue Hoffman divide up their candy and money for the candy sales to be used for jr.-Sr. Prom, as julie Hansen keeps record. Lavoy Miller Lynne Miller Tammy Miller Tim Miller Sue Mills Robert Mittman ' -- ' Renee Moellers 4 " Ll, V Gary Monroe Teri Monson Joyce Moran Ira Morgan Lynn Morgan Dave Morris Allen Nelson Rick Nelson Tali Neuman Don Newman john Newman Chris Noll Mike Noonan Barry Noret Steph Nowysz Valarie Nyenhuis Karol Osborn Marianne Oveson Michelle Oveson Andrew Pace Dana Pace IUHIOFS 191 K CDH, FUDGE! The chemistry teachers have used a novel idea for several years to overcome the pre-Christmas holiday listlessness that settles in their classes. They give their students a choice of two rather ambitious labs that involve not only a knowledge of lab procedures but of scientific terms and their layman's equivilent by using grams and the chemical terms for ingredients. How else would you know that the "partial thermal degradation of mixed saccharides with the fruits of Plains, Georgia" meant making peanut brittle or fudge? The benefits of the lab are obvious. It gives students a chance to consume the end-product of their efforts, a procedure that, in Chemistry, usually means certain death. This eliminates the worry of someone accidentally pouring a corroding chemical down the drain, although hot peanut brittle poured down the drain would clog the sink when it hardened. The lab naturally has a few pitfalls. For the person who overheated his peanut brittle, it was quite possible that eating it could have caused sudden death, grave sickness, or a horrible taste bud reaction. Undercooking the fudge produced, at best, chocolate soup which not only didn't taste as good but was extremely difficult to eat. Most chemists, however, proved that scientific knowledge, a strong stirring arm and lots of luck could come together to make a delicious, but occasionly strange looking candy. 192 juniors Randy Pace jonathan Paetz jeff Paulsen jeff Paxton janet Pearson Dorothie Peters Tim Peters Karen Petersen Richard Petersen Dan Phelps Michelle Phillips Roxanne Phillips Debbie Pippert Cindy Pitt Craig Plowman julie Powers N Add thirty-six grams glucose and heat to a temperature of four hundred and twenty five degrees fahrenheit. Scott Fisher and Steve jehring concoct a batch of pre-Christmas fudge to send to an old enemy. Sue Pribyl Cathy Pugh Damon Pulliam Wayne Rahlf jeff Reichert Paul Reid joe Reifert Don Reinier Harley Reynolds Terry Reynolds Terrie Rhodes Sue Ricklefs Kerry Ritz Renee Ritz Fred Rivera Lynette Rogers ' V92 I ,,,, VV 'lg I S ill ff' . ffifzg' - . S' ,ffm 5 ., ...M-WZ if , HN ri X. lim Ruckles Margie Ruiz Dave Safley Crystal Sander Kim Sanders Karen Schmoldt Kevin Schneider john Schneider Kelly Schreurs David Schubick Mike Schultz Diane Scott Russell Scotton Teresa Seal Andy Seynaeve loanne Shaffer jeff Shaner Lynn Shelangoski Cate Sheller Randy Shouse Donnetta Sides Mark Simpson Richard Sleeman janet Sloat Luana Sloat Bill Smith Brad Smith Cora Smith Deanne Smith Steve Snider luniors 193 Tammy Snyder Shelly Springman Connie Starr Mattie Starr Larry Stauffer Clytha Steahr joseph Steinke Connie Stelzner Shawn Stonebarger Stacy Stover Gary Street David Stuart john Sturms Dean Stych Steve Suhl Paula Swab Renee Swanson Mike Symmonds Dave Symonds Debbie Sywassink Diane Sywassink Mark Tate Paul Taylor Eva Tennel Doug Terranova julie TeStrake jim Theobald Mark Thomas Nancy Thompson Francie Thus julie Timm Traci Timmons Carol Titus Laurie Titus Kelly Tomlin Vickie Tomlin Ramona Trader judy Troxel judy Turner Chris Ulch 194 juniors Gold, Frankincense, and Myrrh? No! These three wisewomen, Cathy Carter, jennifer Fox, and Debbie Erickson, bring treasures of sand, oil, and Fig Newtons as part of Mr. Gabriel's International Relations class. f X , juniors not pictured janice Bartkus jim Becker janine Boldt Tom Brenneman jesus Cardoza Sylvia Carroll Stacy Chandler Paul Davis joel DeLeon jim Duncan Kris Edwards Mike Flanagan Rick Goodwin Larry Hill Terry Hindbaugh Craig Holt V Sheila jones Teresa V Kallenberger Ed Keck Mike Krueger joel Longtin Lori McKillip Rusty Melton Lori Morris V Randy Robertson Tammy Smalley Michael Smith Dennis Stych Beware of Arobs Bearing Fig Newtons Unannounced and unorthodoxed, a special convoy of Arab ambassadors arrived on November 24 in Mr. Gabriel's International Relations class clad in the traditional garb of their country, including sunglasses lfor protection from the sun's glare off the sandl. The procession made its way through the FIL Community and into room 212 where they paraded around their symbol of wealth, a can of oil. Although they were not allowed to perform the belly dance ceremony, the music was played while figs and dates, the fruits of the country were served. After bowing and praying to the East lperhaps to thank Allah for being spared from doing the belly dancel it was time for the Eastern visitors to exit, After telling everyone isa llama alley come lmay peace be with youl they disappeared as mysteriously as they had come. During their study of the Arab, Isreali conflicts in International Relations, Diane Kathrein, Ann I-Ietzler, Iennifer Fox, and Debbie Erickson came up with the idea of being Arabs for a day. Using old sheets as costumes and information from class on customs they produced an Arab embassy, American style. On December 17 those four also initiated Hannukkah celebrations in honor of the jewish people. J Chris Utley Deb Van Acker Vaughn Van De Maat Diane Vanderlinden Laurie Van Est Richard Varner Liz Warren Paula Watkins Brenda Watson Cara Watson Aileen Wayson Debbie Weber Greg Weber Craig Weikert Mike West Paul Westfall Steve Wetzel Tammy Wetzel Patty Wheeler Harold Whitlow Steve Whitlow Rhonda Whitsel Denise Williams justin Williams Mary Williams Thresa Williams Kathy Wilson Theresa Wilson Lisa Wright Mary Yerington Pam Yerington 5 Roy Yerington Becky Yocum Dusty Ziegenhorn Terry Ziegenhorn luniors 195 Sophomores Minus A otht F, oels F5 J 9 Involvement Well, I finally made it to high school. Being a sophomore isn't easy ya know. The juniors and seniors didn't exactly love us newcomers at first. But we got by-we showed 'em! They couldn't believe it when 29 of us so-called "baby-faced" under- classmen ran for Student Council. Yes sir, 29 of us! That's pretty good, considering the fact that only 12 sophomores ran last year, and 11 of the juniors this year. There's no apathy in this class. Most kids aren't K willing to get out there and work for what the students want. Then if something can't be done by the Stu- dent Council you should hear those people scream! Not our class, though. We got involved. The first year is always the toughest. But at least we got off to a pretty good start. Maybe we can get the ball rolling and set an example for years to come. It's really impor- tant for the kids to get involved. We make the school what it is. Myron Adams Chris Ales Linda Ales Andy Allison Laurie Allison Kirk Andreas Bryan Anson Doug Anson Brian Askam Becky Atkins Daniel Atkins Eileen Atkins Nathan Auberg LuAnn Augspurger Laurie Axel Debbie Axtel Randy Axtel Barb Baillie Chuck Bair Greg Ball Mahlon Barker jim Barry Lizz Barth Mike Beaham jeff Belknap Terrie Belokopitous Blaine Bermel Dan Bermel 196 Sophomores P' A last-minute glance at Hetzler is ready to state sophomore elections. N Steppin' out from behind the podium, lanice Dwyer finds that she can relate better to her peers. Other candidates wait patiently and ner- vously in the background. QW' Qhr 11" Steve Bermel Wendy Berry Linda Bevier Lisa Bevier Kevin Bieber Mark Bierman Theresa Binger Linda Birkhofer Lisa Bishop Barb Black Beth Bohling Terry Bonnichsen Randy Bonjour Dave Boulton Chuck Boulund Doug Brenneman Shelby Brockert Mike Brogly Debbie Brown Mike Brown Ron Brown Sally Brown Steve Brown Doug Bunn Susie Bunn 3 i X and Kim in the Barb Burr Pat Busch Kevin Buster Cindi Caliger Chuck Calvert Greg Campbell Laura Canady Lisa Carlson Vickie Carlson Debbie Carter Ed Castillo Gina Catalona Gloria Cavazos Sing Cavon Robbie Chambliss Ellyn Chatfield Sophomores 197 Kenlyn Clark Mike Clemens David Cole Connie Collins Iohn Collins Steve Collins Teresa Colton Wayne Conley Tim Connor Brian Cooney Wanda Coppinger Kae Cordwell Keith Costas Larry Coulbourn Brian Courtois Iames Crieger Wayne Crump Kathy Cunningham Wesley Cunningham Iulie Curry Don Curtis Iohn Curtis Lori Dahms Teresa Danay Debbie Davis Donna Davis Gail Davis 1 Terri Davis X, Karen Dean Debbie DeVore Stop the Simulator, , ,. I Wont Qtt "Doc, I first realized that Driver Ed was getting to me when I got my Lit. test back. The question said to name three types of irony. I had written 'mirror, blinker and shoulder'." "When did this happen?" "Over a month ago. Ijust passed it off as a natural mistake, but lately I've been having strange dreams." "Please continue." "Well, in one I found myself in a room full of simulators and other kids. I got in my car and started the engine. Everyone was tooling along, with the film, of course, but my simulator actually uprooted itself! Before I knew it I was tearing out the door and into a snowstorm. All I K could hear was Mr. Matthews in the distance shouting, 'car number four, hit your low beamsl' That's when I decided to see you about this mess." "I see. Have you had any actual occurrances?" "I had a hallucination while driving with Mr. Calkins. He kept repeating "ten and two", reminding me where to put my hands on the wheel. Once I glanced down to check my speed and I thought I was steer- ing the face of a clock. I blinked hard and the steering wheel returned. Doc, you've gotta help me. I eat, sleep and breathe Driver Ed and the final is next Monday. Is there any hope for me?" "Oh, yes, I see total recovery next Tuesday. Thirty-five dollars, please." 198 Sophomores Simulators are required for those sophomore students taking Driver Education. Here, Brad Woodstra demonstrates the ten-two position of the hands, while concentrating on the film. Mike Dickey Peggy Diehl Chris Dierdorff Pat Dietz Mike Diveney Mike Donald Brenda Doyle Mike Dugan Lynn Duggan Lori Duncan Don Dusenberry Ann Dwyer Ianice Dwyer Randy Eichelberger Tina Elder john Elliott Mark Ellsworth Lynn Elshoff Gina England lean Ernst Karen Estabrook Lori Estabrook Cheryl Evans Matt Evans Lesa Farless Terry Farrar Terry Ferkel Sabrina Ferreira Sophomores 199 More Privileges More Respect "Welcome to high school. What'd 'ya think of it?" The ques- tion, when posed to numerous sophomores, surprisingly got many positive replies. Respect was the main issue that most sophomores stressed. They felt that teachers had more respect for them than their teachers in the junior highs. Respect in what ways? Well, one way had certainly been shown in the liberty granted sophomores during their free time. Sophs said they enjoy being able to decide whether they should go to the IMC llnstructional Materials Centerj, the cafeteria, or a study center. They felt that the teachers are a tremendous help and are will- ing to work with the students on an X individual basis in the study centers. Registration proved that even members of the youngest class had some choice as to what courses and teachers. This privilege gave sophomores a feeling of respon- sibility in decision making and selec- ting courses which prepared them for college, or a career after high school. Traditionally, sophomores are scared stiff about entering high school. It's a big step down from be- ing the "number one" class at junior high the previous year. The overall reaction of the sophomore class, however, was that the junior's and senior's friendliness toward them was better than ever expected. Ieff Fick Iulie Figg Bruce Fisher Sean Flanagan Bill Fletcher Gail Fluty Mark Frantz Ierry Freese Terry French Kathy Fruits Phil Gaeta Anna Gallaher Mary Garbutt Mark Garvey Mike Geigel Lisa Gilson 200 Sophomores Stumped on a math problem, Susie Bunn receives help from Mr. Ricklefs one of the teachers who spends some of his free time in the cafeteria with students. 'ii N "Build those muscles!" Weightlifting is not only a PE course, but a free-time activity. Bryan An- son and Pat Dietz watch Ed Costello work out on the weight machine. xx ...L ,- 'T 'QC-' Ya.-K ...I -1 PM i 7 , J Bk af? K , Friends, food, music, and study are all com- ! bined for enjoyment in the cafeteria. Peggy Glaspie Lynne Goedken Mike Goethe David Goetzman Tony Goldsberry Harlan Goodale Misty Goodrick Scott Gordy Chris Goss Greg Gosset Dee Graham Mark Graham Ioel Graves Mark Gray Chris Guck Eric Gulliver Herb Hahn Vern Hahn Mary Hammer Dee Hansen Ian Hansen Ioni Hansen Anne Harden Bill Harden Steve Harding Teresa Harper Roberta Harrington Tony Harrison Mike Harsch Mary Hart Evan Hatcher leff Hathaway Patty Hathaway Tim Hathaway Lisa Havemann Barb Hazelwood Ken Hazen Bryan Hecht ' Shawn Heckman Tony Hein Karen Henderson Sophomores 201 lane Henke David Henley Rhonda Henry Bonnie Herlein Carrie Herlein Magdalene Hernandez Tom Hershberger Kim Hetzler Lisa Hickman Dana Hidlebaugh Richard Higgerson Mike Hildebrandt Penny Hill Russ Hillman Marcia Hines Steve Hintermeister Steve Hoag Pam Hocke Diane Hoffman Laura Hoggatt Lonnie Holliday Blake Holmes Dale Holtz Ieff Honts Ierry Honts Lisa Hoopes julie Horst Howard Hughes David Hurlbut Chris Husted Brian Hutt Mike Hyink Laurie Irwin Tammy Iserhott Ierry Iames David jameson Ieff jansen Sue Iasper Cindy Iensen Alice Iohnson Diane Iohnson Keren lohnston Amy Ioiner Ianna Iones Kyle Iones Shelley Iones Valory Iones Mavis jorgenson 202 Sophomores Training prize-winning horses is not just a summertime job. For Patsy Osborn this means everyday, 365 days a year even if it is below zero degree weather. Horsing Aroond: A Full-lime Hobby What time does your hobby start? For Patsy Osborn it's everyday at the break of dawn. Patsy's spare time is spent caring for her five show horsesg Tony Cheroke, Mitzis, Lucky Ace, Tonna Gandi and Sha Antano Wicahpi. Her prize winning horses have competed in various events like Western Pleasure, Halter and Hunt- field Pleasure, If you should decide to take up raising horses for show, the first thing you need is money, lots of it. The cost of feed, show fees and equipment add up to quite a large sum. Besides the money, you must devote most of your free time to the horses. Preparing for a horse show is very time consuming. First of all, Pat- sy must ride the horse everyday to get her in shape. Proper daily feeding is essential and, of course, there is always the saddle to clean. Besides getting the horse ready, Pat- sy lines up her own show outfits. Last of all the horse has to be groomed. In a horse show it's very important to have a well-groomed horse. Patsy belongs to the Muscatine County 4-H Horse Club and is also a member of Model U. N. and FFA. When asked if these activities con- flict with her hobby she replied, "No, because for 4-H and FFA, my horses are my projects." Patsy's love for animals has in- spired her to look into the veterinarian field as a possible career. J Renee Iustus Dave Kagee Dave Keeler Keith Keever Lorine Keller Andy Kennedy Gage Kent Marvin Kerschenske Tracy Kerschinske Cathy Kies Dee King Ken King Rosalin King Lynn Kingery Bob Klein Iudi Kolpack Mary Laeser Tom Laeser Meg Lande Kim Lane Sophomores 203 Pushing, shoving, the lack of ox- Leo Larson Chuck LaRue Ken LaRue Steve Lasell Candi Laudahl Robert Lawnsdale Dan Leatherman Bobbie Lee Ieff Lee Mary Lemaster Shelly Lemkau Cindi Levetzow Antonio Leza IoAnn Lick Karen Lindberg Bruce Lindle Iudy Lindley Laura Lindow Todd Linville Tim Lissy S Cons Cn Wheels? 204 Sophomores 3:15 PM-Charge! Allowed only three minutes to board the buses home, students wait in line anticipating crowded conditions and not get- ting a seat. ygen from too close contact with human bodies and the anticipation of the day's end greet or await numerous students as the 3:15 bell signals the mad race to get a seat on the bus. Some feel the school purposely assigns one bus with a capacity of 55 to pick up 80 kids. They must be trying to prepare us for Muscatine's attempt to beat the Guiness Book bf Records current record for bus-stuffing. Others think it stems from the school's feeling that we don't socialize enough at school and therefore need the closeness of being packed in a bus to become well-rounded adults. Whatever the reason, at the end of every school day the doors fly open and sophomores, along with some unfortunate juniors and seniors, once again sprint toward the line of long yellow monsters to catch a ride home. --wt as ef yo---.. so n.s,,,t 'MI x f I a -F hflk ll 5 3 .L 'N vie Secrets are passed between Diane and Bob Hoffman while Ann Menendez lends a shoulder to the discussion during the bus ride home. ggi? Deann Livingston Becky Lofgren Tony Logel Robin Lohse Scott Long Vidette Longhurst Penny Love Robin Luiken Scott Lurndal Nancy Madden Iohn Maeglin Craig Marr Ted Marston Melody Martens Bill Martin Debbie Martin Ioan Martin Lorie Martin Mary Martin Sharon Martin Sue Martin Tammy Martin Rhonda Martz Teresa Mathes Randy Matthiessen Sue McBride Linda McC1eary Scott McConnaha leff McCulley Rory McDaniel Bill McGowan Sarah McGowan Sophomores 205 Pam Mills Debbie Mingee Ann Mitchell Linda Mittman Carmen Moncivais Tami Monson Gary Montagna Tina Morgan Laura Moss Virginia Mull Tom Mullen Vince Munyon Ron Murdock Bill Musgrove Gail Neff Denise Nefzger Angie Nelson Kris Nelson Neal Nelson Pam Nelson Nancy Newman Debbie Ogilvie Barb Ogle Russel Olson Cindy Orr Tim Orr Patsy Osborn Larry Ostermeier Pam Otto Tammy Overton 206 Sophomores Vicky McGrew Mark McKee Stephanie McKillip Craig McKinzie Mike McLaughlin Cathryn Mead lim Medley Osvalda Mendoza Ann Menendez Mike Metcalf Burt Meyer Matt Michael Connie Miller Doris Miller Linda Miller Lori Miller Mike Miller Mitch Miller Doug Millett Gaylord Mills u,..,' '37 Beat the bell. Sophomores julie Horst, Laura Lindow, and Lynn Kingery fill out their advisor base cards before the first period bell rings. Ranee Owen Ioann Pace Bonnie Paetz Iennifer Paetz lim Painter Lori Panther Tim Partridge Karen Peck Sharon Peck Richard Perkins Mary Petersen lim Phelps lim Phillips Robin Phillips Brian Piecuch Kevin Piecuch Carol Pitt Wes Plett Mike Plogh Todd Poole Do You Know Where Youre Going lo? Not only did sophomores en- counter a new name for their old junior high homerooms, now described as advisor bases, but within these bases were those con- fusing little white cards. For the sophs who didn't understand the purpose of advisor base attendance, the cards were merely a waste of ink in already half-dried pens. Some even found that they made pretty good paper airplanes at the end of each successive month. Part of the confusion stemmed from the fact that the explanations for the cards were often forgotten. Eventually, the cards were a benefit to Mrs. Kleffman and the co- workers at the attendance window. But for many students, it was a rush making it into those first five minutes of the day to sign their little white card. Attendance was being more con- fined to advisor bases rather than at the attendance window, as the bases became "blue-slip stations". Absenses were reported to the office the day before by a parent's or guar- dian's phone call. Blue slips were sent to the advisor base for them to pick up upon their return. This greatly reduced the long lines at the attendance window each morning. J IMC, cafe, other are typical questions facing loAnn Lick and other students every morning in advisor base. Instead of being assigned to a study hall, students had the option of where they wanted to spend their free time. Sophomores 207 Hal Porter Iohn Powell Steve Pugh Iudene Ransom Pat Rauch Carrie Reed Nancy Reed Linda Reeves Toni Reichert Ben Reifert Todd Reifert George Reimers Craig Reynolds Shelley Reynolds Trudy Rhodes Steve Richmond Iaokie Rigdon Carol Rininsland Dan Rivera Iim Rivera Lori Roberson Ginger Rock Polly Rock Walter Rock Mark Rohde Jeanne Rohrer Troy Ross Sue Roth Lori Ruckles Pam Sachs Kevin Safley Carla Saltsman Cynthia Sayles Tom Schmalz Wendy Schmelzer Donna Schmidt 208 Sophomores Gazing upon her schedule cards during registration, Mary Hammer prepares to go through Final Check Out and her first semester of tenth grade. Y, ff' just like the sign said, help was discovered for "puzzled sophomores" and coming to the aid of James Creiger is Tom Siering, a senior. 1 K P i i N ieglstrotioo- eosg os AEE , F-J, IQCD, Pl, U-Z Does anyone remember the big "R"? That trying experience that had all the sophomore elects hanging onto their composure by a thin and fragile thread. "What, us?" you say, "Don't remind us!" Well, I admit that I was a teeny bit nervous, fl forgot my namej, and slightly stunned by it all. It Wasn't until I had staggered across the floor, 45 minutes of con- stantly tripping on folds of plastic, that I wandered, by sheer luck, to the check out table. Passing with flying colors, I was sent on my way outside. Bewildered, I looked around, turned and went back in. I stepped up to the last teacher at the check out table and asked, "Was that it? Was that registration?" "That was it," he said cheer- fully. "I don't understand it," I said coming from my daze. "It was so easy." Dana Scott Kayle Seal Lynn Searcy Chris Sexton Deb Shetler Sue Shoultz Kurt Sissel Lisa Sleeman Laurette Slot Doug Smaus Randy Smith Terry Smith Iulie Snyder Eugene Soto Lori Steele Tim Stegall Ieff Stein Sue Stevens Bill Streat Bill Stuart Lori Stuhr Sophomores 209 Sue Schroeder Todd Severson Iill Shelangoski Tony Shellabarger Steve Shoppa Vanessa Sloat Andy Spurling Kevin Stanbro Lori Stanhope Sarah Stanley Sherri Steckman Shawn Stover Larry Stratton , Cheryle Stromer Yvonne Tetrick Kevin Tomasson Laura Tompkins Candy Townsend Roxanne Townsend Robert Trevino Therese Trotter Patricia Trullinger Ioanne Umbanhawar Laurie Umlandt Tracy VanBlaricom Caroline Vanlngen Tammy Warren Lost In Piece First day. To the 516 sophomores those two words were synonyms with Snow White's mother saying "Take her to the forest and lose her there." With eight staircases, lnot counting the four in the gymj all go- ing the wrong way for the confused and overwhelmed sophomore desperately searching on the first floor for room 209, his evil mother certainly had gotten her wish. Thank heavens for the abundance of sophomores and even friendly juniors and fyeslj seniors!! Some sophs had totally given up on high school by the end of the day, but most, like myself, had only a few problems. The biggest of these was my locker, which wouldn't open. Basically, this was because in the K course of three short months l had forgotten how to open any locker. S0 during my free time that first mor- ning I learned a new dance step: right spin, right spin, number, left spin, number, right spin, number lift, let drop, lift harder, mutter, left kick, OW!!, hop on right foot, sock locker with right hand, gaze, stunned at shattered metacarpals, lift latch of locker with left hand, fopens easilyj flick book latch like a pro, get knocked out by the door like the senseless bird you are. But in ap- proximately two weeks I, not to men- tion the rest of the sophomore class, had not only made friends with my locker, but had adjusted to 'all those bloomin' staircases. Carie Stych Michele Stych Todd Stych Ieff Swank Sue Symonds Tanya Tack Diane Tade Kathi Terrill Carol Thorne Lori Tieke LuAnn Tietge -... Terri Todd Ioe Truitt Tom Tyler Bob Vanacker Bob VanDyke Alan Ward Tom Ward Eric Waring Dana Watson Marla Webb Lynn Weber 210 Sophomores Reaching for her books on tlptoes is sophomore Gina Catalona who was unfor- tunately assigned a locker with a book shelf on iff 'OP- .. N Tammy Welsh Doug Wendlandt Dea West Vicki Wetzel Ioe Whisler Brian White Andy Whitlow Kenny Whitmore Warren Williams Connie Wilson Rusty Wingerter Mark Winkel Tony Woods Brad Woodstra Valarie Wright Linda Wulf Tammy Wykert Brian Wymer Elaine Zellmer Dan Zybarth K Sophomores not pictured Steve Anson Dale Asmussen Arthur Bass Chris Bennett Steve Braasch Randy Brockert Theresa Brown Mike Buckley Gerald Dennis Terry Dipple Ioseph Everhart Ricky Garrison Danny Leaver Glen Lucas I. W. 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FRONT lan White BACK Brian Scheply, Dee Welty, Doug Coder, Bill Duval Q1 Uueen Brazle Glen and Bob s body shcp For complete automotive hotly repair work Glen and Bobs Body Shop is fully equipped to handle all jobs from the smallest dent or scrape to total wrecks and crashes. l5l6 Soluble street eh 3-0653 Eat, drink and be merry at the Dairy Queen, 838 Park Avenue. After working up an appetite at a football game or the park, come on over and try our scrumpdillyishus chili dogs, brazier burgers or fish sandwiches. Of course Dairy Queen is famous for its Dilly Bars, Mr. Misty's, Peanut Buster Parfaits and all flavors of sundaes. lol Copy oght 1975 Am D Q Corp r 'Fteg. U.S. Pat. Off., Am. D.Q. Corp. r' , . . . . Advertising 215 216 Ad We at the Journal recognize the importance of young people to a thriving community. It is our hope that the information we provide will serve to enhance your growth as a member of our community. if Muscatine 0 URNA L ma LAKE mix sun. Museums. towA o 0009 LJILA it aah R. 'Hi ykk, . . 1.5. JCPenney Muscatine's newest mall department store, provides our customers with the most up-to-date fashions for you and the home. For the hard to find items, Penny's issuses two big catalogs a year plus several smaller editions. Any orders placed through our catalog desk will be ready for you within 72 hours. SHOP PENNEY'S IN THE MUSCATINE MALL Phone 263-0330 Retail Store Phone 264-5150 Catalog Desk YOU DON'T HAVE TO BE A KID TO LIKE PIZZA! Take your folks out for a pizza dinner at Happy Ioe's. They are sure to appreciate the prompt courteous service. If a pizza sounds like too much, why not savor a delicious submarine sandwich and a fresh tossed salad? Happy Ioe's great ice cream cones in a mouthwatering assortment of flavors, is always sure to please any sweet-tooth in the family. loin us for your next birthday and have a free sundae of your choice. See you soon! Monsanto the ldffTl2f dfld MOUSGUIO together vve gnovv Advertising 217 -A Want to annihilate that gnawing hunger and quench that thirst? Even to toast a Muskie victory? Stop in at Mr. Quick's on Grandview Ave. where golden fries accompany a huge H-avi 31 1... W cnsfsfauuuctn """w- . i 1 . O Ditching I Trenching I Augering O Cable Plowing O Underground Utility Construction 704 Cedar Street CARY NORET Phone 264-2412 E HSN ' Construction hamburger smothered with . melted cheese and an ice cold Pepsi can satisfy the 1 heartiest of appetites. After A! H A W ' - ld' school or after a game-lt's Q X right any time! A llll' QUIUK 2 M - . 5 0 Q I B "Say it with flowers," by shopping 'll Carlson's Florist for all occasions. Beautiful fresh, choice flowers for F-powm someone special. A wide range of flower arrangements and bouquets will be wired anywhere you wish by simply A dialing 263-2011, or by stopping in at 211 p East Second Street. One of the finest selections of Fine Art Graphics and Office Supplies 125 Colorado Street Phone 264-3963 211 Znd' Stfeef 218 Advertising Muscatine, Iowa 52761 PRIDE IN EXCELLENCE IOWAY RECORD PRINTING CU. INC. 212 Walnut Street DIAL 263-7822 'I the Q X ln these f days of high prices and low quality it is comforting to know that you can still find a com- pany that gives you what you want and what you pay for. At Clyde Lucas Quality Plumbing you'll find that's just what you get, quality plumbing. So when unexpected problems drip into your house be sure to call the people you can count on, 1138 East 9th St. Phone 263-8155 LQ- hm Il' your car is running low on fuel and you would like to fill up for less in these days of high gas prices, drive in to Booley's Shell on Grandview and Oregon. -K: O.C ICD g We specialize in great service and lovv prices. 4 4 , '01 ' -3 , L5 1 Safley s porting Good Is your sporting equipment falling apart? Maybe your tennis racket is warped. Whatever your need, jog on down to Safley's and browse through our wide selection of sporting goods. "Everything for the Athlete." 206 East Second Phone 263-9465 Advertising 219 T57 'Elegance E5 X or Less" wi'-Sin - -al, fw- ...JL ANq's jeweln For all your jewelry needs, Lang's Iewelry provides a pleasant, helpful atmosphere and a wide selection of gifts for all occasions. 110 East Second Street Phone 263-5041 Cross the moat into OLD WORLD , ELEGANCE of the 15th century Can- YALE X I tcbury Inn , , , sharc the experience of KING 81 QUEEN size canopied beds 7aauv M f .31 X we " f Are you looking for a way to cut down on clothing costs? Do you have trouble finding clothes that fit? Then make your own from the wide variety of patterns and fabrics found at Town and Country Fabric Shop in the Muscatine Plaza. 10-9 Daily 10-5 Saturday 12-5 Sunday Muscatine Plaza phone 263-1155 CONGRATULATIONS, YOUR FUTURE STARTS TODAY Rileys Funeral Hom Edward Walter Riley Mary A. Riley Dorothy L. Riley 24 Hour Ambulance uscatine eterinar spital Dr. G.E. Barrington Dr. D.W. Longtin Dr. Donald D. Fick Service Phone 263-5502 Phone 263-2 220 Advertising 831 2200 Park Avenue BE SOMEONE SPECIAL IN THE NEW NAVY NA: A' AA The New Navy teaches jobs in computer technology and electronics and nuclear science and aviation mechanics. Iobs that can help you to places while you're in the Navy and when you get out. ' Iobs that give you a chance to travel, to make good money Itoday's sailor is the best paid in historyj, to make a life for your self. To see if you qualify, to find out if you've got what it takes to make it in the New Navy, call or see: Steve Booth Muscatine Plaza Phone 263-9505 B at M SERVICE Bostwicks Hearing and Cooling See us for the following name-brands. Haggar I-l.l.S. Levis Hanes l y ti X Wrangler Arrow WWI l Tobias Sundowner ffl ' 7 f Munsingwear I se " ' 'I ' vig il' Delivery at Corner of Clay 81 Howard Wil P. o. BOX 681 QU Phone 263-4230 ?1'P f'5.?.v,.- - l-'i Muscatine, Iowa 52761 P Paul Brewer Sc'n'icc' ls Ulu' 81131-111 xx X .xv 5" Q iydr.-J? 'rc' srneer ' DEEP nocn And SNOW REMOVAL Phone 263-9739 nnkla 229 East Second Street MUSCATINE, IOWA 52761 Ierry Sanders at Cook's Music invites you to visit the "Sound Cellar" and listen to the ultimate in sound. The "Sound Cellar" features names like Pioneer, Sansui, and Bose. Stop in to see Ierry for some "Sound Ideas!" Front: Rachel Dietz, Diane Weis, Ron Houseman, Back: Dave Symonds, Ieff Reist, Connie Kossives, Sandy Holland, Gayle Tomsson, Debbie Schaapveld, Diane Kathrein, Lynn Miller. If . J' -ex,-Q X Xt my r CE V HANDWAM C' Phone 263-2261 l-sex 230 East Second xf 222 Advertising ASK! ROBBI S HAVING AN ICE CREAM ATTACK? For a cure, rush right out to Baskin Robbins in the Muscatine Plaza and have one on a sugar cone. Try our Chocolate Mint, Pra-lines 'n Cream, or any one of our other 31 great flavors. Dinnerware, jewelry and woodcrafts are just a few of the gift selections featured at Gift World located in the Muscatine Mall. A wedding or a bridal shower in your future can be commemorated with accessories with Old World excellence in the New World style. Gift World has a bridal registry for those planning that big step. Hours are from 10 to 9 daily, 10 to 5 Saturday and noon to 5 Sunday. ents pewr-Fititera At our new location, 212 East Second Street, we display the best quality typewriters along with office desks and chairs all in stock. Going off to college with the promise of hours of homework can be depressing but with a typewriter from Don's the workload is not quite as frustrating. 212 East Second Street Phone 263-6811 i Fox's in downtown Muscatine carries a complete line of clothing for the men and young men in your family. We carry from jeans to dress suits to cater to every need of any man. Fox's has such name brands as Van Huesen shirts, jaymar slacks, Merit suits and sports coats and jantzen Sportswear. 'iw' 5 203 East Second 263-6662 Advertising 223 ,QS U , K5 gS C925 Qi eeverythirwg N tor the r artist I 313 East Second If you're a good student, or you have a good student in your family, we'd like to save you money on car insurance. Why don't you call me today . . .to see how low cost a good student's insurance can be. DICK HARBAUGH AGENCY 1503 PLAZA PLACE IVIUSCATINE, IOWA 52761 PHONE: OFF. 263-6903 FIES. 264-2169 NGS? ,, , , M-..,... erar' AMERICAN FAMILY Auro HOME HEALTH urs 0 AMERICAN FAMILY MUTUAL INSURANCE CO. if MADISON. wlsconsm 53101 Scott MaCLennan 224 Advertising Sue Koester Marian Martin nietzel's pharmacy Whether you need an important prescription filled or just a birthday greeting card. Nietzel's Pharmacy, 413 Mulberry, is willing to help you. This quality drug store offers a wide selection of health and beauty aids, greeting cards and sick room supplies. Open until 9:00 P.M. daily with free city delivery and 24 hour emergency service. Next time phone Nietzel's Pharmacy for convenient delivery service at 263- 1852. C. Peters Inc. Dodge GMC 1429 Park Ave. 263-4240 I F . . . you are looking for a purpose in life, . . . you are scarching for the truth, . . . you are just looking for some fun, then find the answer at Word of Life Club Youth Ministry of the Lincoln Boulevard Baptist Church 1235 Lincoln Blvd. or call 263-8085 Central State Bank For careful, friendly service with that personal touch, do all your banking at Central State Bank. Your friendly neighborhood bank is interested in you and your banking needs. Convenient drive-in or walk-up banking, plus free checking makes banking at Central State a real pleasure. Central State Bank is located at 301 Iowa Avenue, Muscatine Mall and the new South Muscatine addition for all your banking needs. Ad err sing 225 Adver f ' Q' NU s W? is 'Q i if i ls i L M.. Are you looking for an accredited college, courses, a variety of activities, plus the new facilities, an impressive selection of COUVCTUGUCG Of living at home? Then try - - Muscatine Community College It's The Place To Be! tising l Ill 'I' .5 III9 , flkflifrlry-' 74-:QA 7 V 9 ' ff-1 . 0, ,, Q A rv , I 1515 PARK AVENUE 'lcoME AS You ARE HUNGRY" After watching an exciting football game try Sandy's famous hamburgers, fries and a drink. Enjoy their creamy smooth cones and a variety of delicious sundaes. Our swift and thrift fashion can be a great advantage when you're on the run, or call 263-0611 and use their carry out service. Mills Auto Parts Keep your car in good working condition by frequently visiting Mills Auto Parts Co. at 408 East Second Street. You are assured quality products, efficiency, and pleasant surroundings. Your car will be in the best possible hands at Mills. See Dean Kossives for all the latest in Men's fashions at Mosenfeldcrs 3 osenfelder s Whether it's casual or formal wear you are looking for, Moselfelder's at the Muscatine Mall is sure to have it. They feature such Marx, and Iohnny Carson. We are open 10 AM to Headquarters for men's formal wear! Rock Island-Moline Davenport-Muscatine brand names as Hart, Schaffner, and 9 PM daily and 10 AM to 5 PM Saturday and Noon to 5 PM Sun. Advertising 227 Big appetites need a place where satisfaction is guaranteed and fine quality with style is evident. At Old Town you are in elegant surroundings, while discovering mouth watering delights at easy to handle prices. Located at 1500 Park Avenue, the Qld Town Restaurant caters to appetites, no matter how large or small. ld Town estaurant STOP IN TODAY! G I Q N Woolworths is a great one stop shopping place I N C I where customers can get more for their money A wide selection of merrhandise to fit personal and practical needs is offered to people of all ages The next time you fire shopping and need a breik stop at Woolworth's Coffee Shop and enjoy the delicious food. Woolworth's is located in the Muscatine Plaza and is open 10-9 fzealfau' - 1704041 ana! weekdays, 10-5 Saturdays and Sundays. "Satisfaction 228 Advertising Country Real Estate 1211 PARK AVENUE Guaranteed" IOWA VIOCL DR TH PHDNE 263-5706 PLA MCB LANES Whir-r-r-r BGOM! "My first strike! Alright!" If you've never experienced the thrill of this moment then come down to Plamor lanes, 1411 Grandview Avenue. We have a wide selection of bowling equipment for hours of fun. Enjoy open bowling as well as league play at Plamor Lanes. -lginks 24 hour Nrecker Service -Illodio Dispotcn 2639709 -5 Umm ef 253-8743 lFAllRBANKS- LAMB CHAPEL Dignified Personal Service 114 West 4th Robert L. Lamb Feeling Blue? z 4' Then cheer yourself up 6 6 with a stylish pair 9- of shoes or boots from w1LsoN's sHoE STGRE YOURINPPPNW Phone lnslilgfrisgrmlegne-:NT 263-5312 208 Iowa Avenue Advertising 229 Front Row: Rick Hulquist, Tom Siering, lim Smith, Chris Armstrong, Terrill, Iohn Carbutt, Melvin Wykert, Tom Hunter, Ed Symonds, Ierry Matt Kolar, Kevin Kiser, Andrew Clark. Second Row: Loren Morse, Honts, Russell Vance. Back Row: Mary Cannon, Louise Bloom, Sandy Michael Mitchell, Mary Elliot, Kathy Brookhart, Diane Kathrein, Sander, Beth Donovan, Ieff Reist, Scott Curtis, Ieff Reed, Craig Cheryl Brogly, Ann Wayson Young. Third Row: Wanda Hughes, Wade Yerington. Congratulation to th2 SClli0l'S who e parents work at ent-GPC-Americana 1600 OREGON MUSCATINE, IOWA KEIE l 233129 230 Advertising THE GUARANTEED FEED AMERICANA BEACH LUMBER ,M 81 SUPPLY CIIMPANY ALLIED BUILDING CENTER 1030 HERSHEY AVE. Tut a pair of Levi'sQon your feet 'W ''z5i:5,'se2:5.'.:,75..:.,7.:.xg,,:1eam. ' ' ' ' CM E Sink into Levi's leathers, and get more wear per Loot. Comfort-yoarl ooles wit: ours. Exp: in :and ll E l step OU! ln to I0 S an IE QvI1kIEUi'6'feIet Md SMI Ik L SL ' M - E E - Arenmls 5 P Y " ' R.R. as 263-1105 , I 'EE Fw II I G if 'Qs S I 603 bw A 303211, Q95 Get 'em Oil Thornton R0BERTS'gfgovgNBm Plumbing a. Heating 1 O P I 0 I r Fi 'W f? 1? 9 ..-. ig. 225! and 'wh F ' rl' it H lm' Mamma - are ul and Fashion Mm 263-4613 """""""""""""""""""""'""""""""""' 206 MONROE I3I9I 263-7353 Ad g 231 RP ' SCHWINN CYC LERY Buying a bicycle is a big decision and whether you're planning to peddle across town or across the state a Schwinn bicycle from Harpers will have the excellent quality, professional adjustments and sleek appearanceto appealto every buyer.NNidiIiarpers factory trained service, an investment made at 1106 Grandview Avenue makes every mile peddled a mile worthwhile. N.. 'N QQ heresa and paw 1 EET TR S ON Rouse 04 SAmps SP 21 CJ' .E M I- : :E z I- .LQ X 232 Advertising r W Iowa Electric Light and Power Company Business Office is located at 208 East 1 - Second Street. For y customer service call 263-1614. The Operation Department for repair service is located at 215 Oak Street. Estabroolds Bait Ariel laclde everything lor the Fisherman l3Dl Gregori 7llUZVC1mZ.t HARDWARE STORE WILSON TRUE VALUE HARDWARE 1005 East Second 263-3443 Across From The Bridge t'One Stop Shopping" tUPtUN E tUYNt --1 ffzirzteza --- 224 Iowa Avenue MUSCATINE, IOWA 52761 1 If Auf fvimif Need a special T! G zmnounc t f A , 9 ff ' 1 , graduation dl g X .0 Want to let 3 . friends k Vv th lttl A k h 3 ' Hd 215,122 1 MCKEE BUTTGN T e Printers. They 11 their trade-mark t 0- 31' 1 D If Ijilliiglgftgfftt 51 I 1000 HERSHEY AVENUE Yom- MUS CATINE CCJNGRATULATIDNS A AND BEST WISHES TO THE CLASS OF 'f . 1977 HEINZ U S A MUSCATINE PLANT 1357 ISETT M 91 at , V 5 N 4 -f EFX, .mga 1 .TW 37 X,-. Q -4 wa TU' , H Q nnwwmea ff., z ,fit X5 fi' Qfg, 1 I Q va f' W. 2 , iw c ' G' ' 99 'Y ' , A if Vg ' 3' Tv Hu Q tx M If Lim L MY 3 in Q K, ,J fu. f ff, I we ,, f, 4 . QQ," r Carry Out Service Complete Catering Service Donuts Evening Buffet 4. 1977 A Family Restaurant Home Owned and Gperated By Dan and Shirly Ales 264-5080 CGNGRATULATIUNS AND BEST vv1sHEs TU M d I THE CLASS GF .-ltlr t U E Broasted Chicken Breakfast Noon Buffet Party Room The Studio David Schmelzer In thc Studio or on location, we specialize in senior and family portraits, and formal or candid wedding pictures. Foods Th d d I Ph 2.63 2662 Adt 8 Elie- 'ca R te S 'I 1 x t r A ,' xl my Qff- Jff, I ir, I , c Q sz' . , . 1 y ,ff ,f ,f , V f . 'f ' 4 1' 2 ' if-: 11 2' 1- 1 :zzz -'Rf:if21f1 '511-'il'-4 li'-.'l-'I-i'41', QQ if 1' F- -It .-- ..1'1- -- - f f '-,-iff" f 4"""'t'-1" A-'--2.- mg. f . . . . ...L Lo- A g d?fZ"11:---- it wfcrzr Z f " ' fi. Y 5 . V ,A . , ' 5 -, ,, .-v' if , ,. ,, , "-9154 - .3,-f 2,,r-gg,-2 .s.,,.,--.eT.-.,.,.v.- ..., , 4 Li' " o t m ?-95 223335-tW's When you look good, you feel good. That's an old saying which still rings true, especially when the right decision is made and an outfit is purchased from Barton's. At 129 Est Second quality is found at easy to handle prices. Barton's proves a theme no one can resist-feeling good is inevitable! ii Moody-Hawley Heating r o o o 82 Air Conditioning, Inc. iiiivi i 2 - ' o 45 ' ' i.,"N1fty Weather fe ffl Mach in ds" 'SQ , W "f"7 ,ll-My for Total Indoor Comfort For service with a smile see Tom Schmidt in the 224 West Second Street Phone 263-8372 Body Shop at Sterneman's. 236 Advertising 9 Q Q UU 4, I ' ! - E 1' if if ' , ' f . D it 1 ' L i v , . ...' :I L fi 1 - .24 Q - 1 A . . , x . Y X ' . iff r, I ' ' 'alfa ' .. - "E ' 1 - , , . ' , -fa'-'I ' f :dm-5 . '1-. "-. gf -1:", ,, '. .3 . . . ?f:.1":i t ,K.s-'Il 32" 'a',1",.-11.14 . . 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When a printing job from Knott Printers can give you the answers and relieve voui mind. the quality high. Knott Printers offers '1 complete line in commercial printing. Call N53-1711 today. I , x . . You'll find the cost is surprisingly low and 1 Y X 1 X 4 t Ralph Wittich . X Hom f ig, ' A FRIEND INDEED IN ' ' U ' Q Fi Q YouR HoUR OF NEED If if , -si'- fi - vi' . " ' " " " " " ,EL 216 West Third 490' ' x " ' N- Phone 263-3314 Advertising 237 Muscatine Y Y?E-'iq il? P-fi if l f yh il ywfi f i nh 11:i ,ggihsg::'p.'15fi .. 1f': . .: ' Q e ' ' in 4 F- 447 7774- Y , ....... ZOO2 CEDAR STREET MUSCATINE, IOWA 52761 Phonei3l9--264-2023 i One stop shopping is the advantage of shopping at Montgomery Wards in the Muscatine Plaza. If you can't find it in our store you can order it through our catalog and still receive the friendly service to meet your needs. I-lllllbef MCH' Bums new house or just remodeling and need more building materials or furniture to add to that final look? Then go to the Lumber Mart's Furniture Department where there is a large selection of furniture in a variety of colors and styles that can satisfy anyone's taste. They also have money-saving deals on carpeting, curtains, and living room accessories. lust thinking of the magnificent feeling of relaxing in a deep, soft sofa after a hard day's work will make you want to take advantage of their unbeatable deals. Lumber Mart is located at 1700 , Grandview for all your building and , decorator needs. Bosch Pest Control, Inc. PESTS and TERMITES The IVIost IVlodern Method For Getting Rid of if Qing Au. TERMITES P E S T S RUAGHES mess: .iii 263-7965 OWNED AND OPERATED BY MUSCATINE PERSONNEL uzsn - INSEC'I?S a wsso conrmoL Home a mnusmv 0 FREE ESTIMATES and CUNSULTATION o PROMPT SERVICE 0 ASK ABUUT llllll CUIIIIITIIIIAL GUARANTEE 55555632 ET'i':iJ'ii'i'i5i' s. LAWN senvics nic. 1224 GRANDVIEW AV Muscatine Power and Water 3205 Cedar Phone 263-2631 W S XQXXSXS gi f Q5 i B 23 N Xi ' 1? X x' - . 1, L fi! Q 5 X ff X f i X41 Complete AQ Styling S I f , E GREAT 1- ? cuTs FN T Q Fon Guvs W 218 I A ue Ph 264 1456 Adt 8 I General Xl Specified Commodities I Contract Carrier O Refrigerated-Liquid Dry Bulk Transport I Heavy Hauling I Piggy Back Rail Service O Local .Cartage-Warehousing Phone 263-7884 1907 Roby Avenue Kardux Transfer Inc. Htl BROTHERS 1 SAND tit GHAVEL READY MIXED CONCRETE Service and Quality DELIVEEIES AS SCHEDULED -PRODUCERS or- WASHED AND SCREENED Sand, Gravel and Concrete Mixtures Pumpta' from Frarh Water Pm PHONES: Office 2632731 Office: 207 W. Mississippi Drive Plant 263-6467 Plant: Muscatine Island Congratulations ta the Class of '77 News San ta V illa Advertising home of I8iD CI. 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Q" a M . 1- fs - ag f -:rr .,X ,aff '- ' 5, f,'.Efff vf , . .- gk ff,- is , . 1" 152251 ', R. ff-A if km fy! 2 " 'Q tha -. , iff! ,sir ' Q11 .I -: ga ,F N ,gigs-, M Ri! fy V gfflgfvl 75 vg' .wg M., :fm ji 2 I H . , i X' j ff' iv ,. . 13?-3. f A :..3ii,ii.i12'g.,. ggi- H z, P. T 5 " ' M xWMf,, . , ,.:. A "'4,. P lu -f' . .41.,f',gf'?thj!i,' ,ffbfij f -A Y ' - A k iss ,Ma s Q ' ' -.,- 'ffff 4 Q03-g,f' ,fffigg .fi ,gag g"5'z ' ,,.. ,vi E .-ff-fx: . 4, af 1' . iii f,,.1s V:gx,, D? fsggilgigf In 1.55 ,V - ' - fivifz , I V , i f ,UI -iff! 2 F, li .I-,ggi-S15,f,15iP :: -1 i,-.fifty ..'.. If , V ' V' Q gfgfl M ' -inf " V f' if ,. 1 ft 5jw:,1-y1I"fi 'f'i? f -22 V g 3 ,F 'KVX-P ,...,f.i:,ggzsf+wW E, f, ,tw if I 4, ,i i ? I -lvv , Q ?, tif M ,,,, at .,, 5: '-5' '- 5 .5 . F ' . If 15 -'Z .vf'WWf ' Bandag Is Proud To Have Grown With You And This ls Only Our First Twenty Years During twenty years plenty has happened. In 1957 Bandag was still a dream. A dream just beginning to take shape. Today we are located in more than 90 countries worldwide. And recently we opened our new International Headquarters in Muscatine. Among our employees are many graduates of Muscatine High School. We take special pride because MHS graduates continue to play a key role in helping us grow around the globe. Good reason to proclaim how proud to have And this is only our first twenty years. grown with you. BANDAG INCORPORATED OBANDAG WORLD HEADQUARTERS OBANDAG CENTER 0 IVIUSCATINE, IOWA 52761 OTEL. 3191262-1400 Advertising 241 First Nationa Bank To open a savings account, checking account, or to take out a loan, see the folks at First National Bank. In fact, for all your banking needs, the people of First National will be happy to serve you at their three locations, whether its for a passbook account, Christmas club, automobile or a personal loan. First National is a full service bank and is conventiently located in three places, the main bank on the corner of Second Street and Iowa Avenue and two drive-in banks located at Third Street and Cedar Street and at the Muscatine Mall. 'ZW asf' lsrmv The Hy-Vee Food Store is known for its well stocked shelves and customer service. Hy-Vee, located at the plaza continues that tradition. Open all week, we provide this area with high quality brand names and products. Shopping at Hy-Vee is a pleasure because our customers are our number one concern. ,.........W......, 9'9" is a- ' 5115: 3- X ' . 1 K r. ,K -,M .4 + e T - .. 5. M A ' K. I ig it . .1 is if ze .. f LM,..' as . A c lt -2 M-Q rr,.. W g Q 2 . -V va- ' . 5 'FH' I Q . ' Let these courteous employees serve you at the Muscatine HyVee store. GEC. M vvirwicia sona r H ME '5 A ',.f i EE ' A George M. Wittich Funeral Home, 210-212 Cedar Street is known for its compassionate manner in making arrangements with the family ofthe bereaved. Call 263-8112 when their reliable service is needed. P 5.5. . IN FURNITURE IO. INC. sauce: 1es4 'MBNA KK, b lv l' ll' in N ' 'cliffs H u l if -. f N . .ff .eezf s ' I Q grfxk. 1 J, f A 1 7 . I -31. fr I. - ' 5 ' 1 For the look that reflects your own personal taste, try F"' shopping at S.G. 8: P. Stein Furniture, located at 309 Iowa Avenue. You'll find the style that satisfies any variety of ideas you may have. A wide assortment of styles and colors are available at fantastic money saving prices, Whether you crave Early American, Mediterranean, Traditional or Mpdern, take a look at Asein's assortment of furniture as well as carpeting, bedding, lamps and many other accessories, Stop in any Monday through Saturday from 9 AM to 5 PM. Senior girls don't forget that Stein's hope for your successful future lies in the Hope Chest that you received from Stein's for your graduation. "Qu CDIU jfirm illl Q1 0550033 UZUUJIIH 309 IOWA AVE. PHONE 263-4021 Advertising 243 Canturine! Dersonalities Colonial Studio eitrake Bros. Inc. C ARK'S S A d Rd Senvice 0 IVIIIFFLER TUNE-IIP 0 CAsoI,INE 0 BRAKE SERVICE 0 OIL CHANGE 0 FULL SERVICE Q. STANDARD 'IU THIRTY YEARS AT THE SAME LOCATION 103 Grandview -...Q Better feeding ideas come from TeStrake Brothers, Inc., your Kent Feed dealer in Muscatine. I Feed grinding and drying, portable feed grinding services available. TeStrake's is located at 207 Green Street, phone 263-2825. THE GUARANTEED FEED IJ UG is IN i Complete as 1 5 Prescription i e L Service ' 315 East Second 263-7044 I :Q BEAUTIFUL . is 4, LANDSCAPING I 3 gg: ' BEGINS AT El ffxf? WALTON fiiwfx NURSERIES .ff 1- V!! V V .PN Q 4A"A x, Q I -fe .. I e ffuumbee e t , ing V ,Q !,.1,IIiII" YI I , Mgt' It f ff I: A' fait " 5 A f , NURSERIES 5 ' I ' K NURSERY v GARDEN CENTER 0 LANDSCAPING HIGHWAY 61 S. ' MUSCATINE, IOWA ' S2761 Advertising 245 Congratulatlons Semors' You ve graduated Your commumty IS proud of you and your accomphshment. HON INDUSTRIES Q ' 0 Q , , 5' 9 Q I U . !ULAAAA Abaraszewskl, Andrzej .... 116 ACME FUEL .... Adams, Judy . . . Adams, Lynette . Adams, Myron . . Adams, Teresa . . Adklnson, Jerry AIRD, SUE ...... AIROLA, ALFRED Ales, Chrls ...... Ales, Llnda . . . Ales, Scott .... Ales, Steve . . . Ales, Teresa . . . ..........231 . . . . .148 . . . . . . 56, 89,180 . . . . .196 ...l4S ...148 .....128 ........128, 130 . . . . 86,87,116, 196 ...196 . . .119 .........91 .......32,10, 115,148,176 Allbee, Mlke ............... 93 Allchln, Kelth .... ..... 9 1,101, 109,148 Allchln, Kevln . . .... 45,S4, 143.253 ALLEN, FRANK ........... 10, 128,129 Allen, Je!! ........... 50,59,79, 90,91'115,130 Alllson, Andrew ......... 74,80, B1,86,81,196 Alllson, Clndy . . . . . . . . . . . . .180 Alllson, Laurle ............ 196 Altman, Vlrglnla . . . . . . . . 110, Ambrloso, Chrlsty . AMERICAN FAMILY 180 . . .... 148, 116 INSURANCE ....... . . .224 AMERICANA SEEDS . .... . ......230 Amos, Michael . . . . . . .l01,102, Andersen, Barry Andersen, Perry 148,152 731 180 .... ...180 Anderson, Davld . . . . . . . . . .180 ANDERSON, JUDD ........ . 69, 71.123116 Anderson, Klm ............I80 AIIGEPSOII, Robert Andreas, Klrk . . . . ANDRESEN, ROBERT .... . . . . .........14s ...198 . . . . 62,63 Anklmn, Wllllam ........ s6,87, 130,180 Anson, Bryan .... .... I 96,201 Anson, Douglas . . . .... 14,86, 81,196 Anson, Lorrl ........... 97,101, I02,123,148,I76 Anson, Steven ............ 151 Anson, Steven ............ 211 Arlngton, Susan ........... 148 Armstrong, Chrls .......... 50, 73,36'148,176,230 Armstrong, LeAnn ...... . . 138, 148 THE ART SHOP . . . . . .218 Ash, James ..... . . .180 Ash, Linda ..... . . .148 Askam, Brlah . . . . . .198 Askam, Steven .... . . .180 Asmllssen, Dale . . . .... .211 Aswegan, Allen . . . ...... .115 Atklns, Dennls . . . .... 74,86, 196 Atklns, Elleen . . . . . .196 Atklns, Rebecca . . . . . .196 Auberg, Nathan ....... .... 1 96 Auberg, Valerle ........ 98,101, 102,133,148,116 Augspurger, LuAnn ........ 196 Aveslng, Kathy ....... 110,149 Aveslng, Llnda ......... 91,1l6, Axel, Laurle . . . Axtell, Debble . . Axtell, Penny . . . Axtell, Randy . . . 111,180 . . . . 104,196 . . . . 137,196 ......149 ......l36,196 Babcock, Doug . . . Baer,Lorl Balley, Eugene . . . ......149 63,180 . . . .66,86, 87,180 Balllle, Barbara .... .... 1 96 Balllle, Robert . . . ..... 32,33, Bair, Chuck . . . Baird, Mark . . . 149,157 . . . . . . . .196 - - - 35.511141 116 Ball State University ...... 253 Ball, Gregory ........ . . .196 Ball, usan .....1S0 Ballenger, Kevin ........ 64,73, 149,255 BAMI-'ORD STUDIO ....... 234, 253 BANDAGE INC. ........ 241,253 B 8 M SERVICE . . . ..... .221 Barclay, Doug .... ..... 1 49 Barclay, Robert . . . .... 149, 176 Barela, Rlchard . . . .... .180 Barker, Mahlon . . . .... 101, 196 Barnard, John . . . ..... .181 Barry, James . . . . . . . . . .66,69, Barry, Rlchard 35.571196 32 54 1s6f6s',89,'1k9,i76 Barry, Robert ....... 55,66,69, 181 Barth, Elizabeth . . Bartkus, Janice . . . Bartlett, James ..... BARTON'S . . . . . BASEBALL .. .... Bashore, Joe . . . . . . .....107, 196 .....101, 194 73,86,l41, ISI ......236 . . . 64,65 ......119 Bashore, Laurle . . . . . . . . . . 107, BASKETBALL, BOYS 110,181 . . . . 18-80 BASKETBALL, GIRLS .... 19-S3 BA SKIN-ROBBINS ......... 222 Bass, Arthur . . . . .... Batenhorst, Mark . . . Bates, Debble ...... BEACH LUMBER . . . Beaham, Mlke . . . . Bean, Bruce ..... BEATTIE, LOIS .... BEATTY, ERNEST . . . Becker, James ..... Beckman, Carol ..... Beckman, Patrlcla . . . Beechum, James . . . Beedlng, Robert .... BEER, DANIEL J . . . Begey, Mark ....... Belknap, Jeffery . . . ....211 ....181 ....175 ......231 ..136,196 ......195 ....128 ....128 ....194 ....181 ....149 ....181 ....149 ....59, 129 - 0 - 73.149 ....196 Belokopltlolls, Terrle ........ .... 1 96 BENEDICT, ELDON . . . . . . . 106,129 Bennett, Chrlstopher . . . . . . .211 Bermel, Blalne . . . ..... .196 Bermel, Danlel . . . . . .116,119, 196 Bermel, Mary . . . . . . 101,181 Bermel, Steve .... .... 8 1,157, 197 Bermel, Thomas .......... 149 Berry, Cory ......... 32,73,79, 150,176 Berry, Wendy . . . .... 80,92, 197 BETTER HOME FURNITURE . . . . . . .214 Bevler, Laura .... .... 1 81 Bevler, Llnda . . . . . . .191 Bevler, Llsa . . ...... 197 Bleber, Kevin . . . .... 74,128, 197 Blere, Jane ...... .... 1 50 Blerman, Mark . . . . .... .197 Blnger, Theresa ........... 197 BIRD DAY ........... 96,91,255 Blrkholer, Linda ......... 104, 197 BIRKS, DAVID . . . . . . .129 Bishop, Llsa .... .... 1 97 Blshop, Vlckle . . . . . . .181 Black, Barbara . . .... 191 Black, Kathleen .... . . . 150, 116 Blaeslng, Ted . . . . . . .82 Blake, Becky . . . . . . .150 Bland, Anlta .............. 181 Bloom, Lotllse ........... 60,92, 98,l50,111,l16 Bloomhllll, Tamera . ..... 110, 138 Blough, Renee ..... .... 1 50 BOARD OF EDUCATION Boehme, Krlstlne . . . . . . . . . . 48, 89,102,150,I76 BOGARDO CHARLES . . . . . . . . . . 16,129 aohllng, Beth . . . . . . . 31,197 Bohllng, Brent . . . Bohllng, Glen . . . Boldt, Janlne .... Bonjour, Randy .... Bonnlchsen, Terry . . .....31 ....181 ....194 ....197 ....197 BOOLEY'S SHELL ......... 219 Borchert, Victoria ......... 181 Bosch, Amy ........ BOSTWICKS . . . . BOSCH PEST CONTROL ...... Boulton, Davld . . . Bouland, Davld . . . Bower, Bradley . . . BOYCE, MARY .... Braasch, Steve .... Brammer, Brad . . . Brase, Teresa . . . . . Braun, Bob . . . . Braun, Mlke . . . . . . BIBIIII, SIISBII . . . . . . 32, 101,102, 150,116 . . . . . . .221 ...239 ...191 .....191 66,150 80,81 .....Z11 . . . . . .181 125,181 ......119 ...l19 . ...181 BREADY, JOHN C . . . . . .129 Brenneman, Douglas ....... Brenneman, Thomas ....... ...191 . .... .1 94 Brewer, Brent . . . ....... .181 Brewer, Chris ......... 150,176 Brewer, Jeffery ......... 116, 117,118,119,150 Brewer, Tlm ................. Brlggs, Susan ......... I02,I03, Brlght, Paul . . . . . 150 ......181 Brlnk, Margaret . . . ...... 67,82, 89,150,116 Brltcher, Brenda . ........ 110, 181 Britt, Dennis ..... . . .181 Brockert, Betty . . . . . .181 Brockert, Karen .... . . .181 Brockert, Randy .... . . .211 Brockert, Shelby .... . . .197 Brockert, Steven .... . . .181 Broderson, Rodger ........ 150 Brogley, Cheryl ........ 51,107, 108,109,151,176,230 Brogley, Mlchael ......... 109, 197 BROOKER, KATHY ........ 130 BROOKHART, DANIEL ........ 60,92,93,130, 142 Brookhart, Kathryn ......151, 230 Brown, Adda .............181 Brown, Debra . . . . . . . . 111,197 Brown, Jeanle . . . . Brown, Mlchael . . . Brown, Ronald . . . Brown, Sallle .... Brown, Sally ..... Brown, Steven . . . . ......182 .....191 ...197 .....182 . . . 89,197 - - - 74,197 Brown, Theresa . . . . . . . . . . .211 Bryant, Brenda . . . . . . . 110,151 BFYBIII, ROIIIIC1 . . . ......182 Buckley, Julle . . . . . . . 151,176 Buckley, Mark . . . . . .... 19,111, 182 Buckley, Mlchael .......... 211 BUD'S SUPER-VALU ....... 140 Bugh, Cathy ......... . . .182 Bunn, Douglas . . . ....... .197 Bunn, Mark ............ 73,182 Bunn, Susan ........ 67,197,200 Bllrche, Roxanne ........... 19 Burk, Kathryn ........ 151,116 Burke, Susan ......... 110,151 BURKETT, LYLE ......... 119. 130 Burmelster, Bill . . . .... 119, 182 Burns, B1-lan . . . .... 101,109, 182 Burr, Barb . . .... 107,197 Burr, Brlan . . . . Burr, Debble . . . ......119 .......77 Burr, Diane .... . . . . . . . 120,151 Burr, Linda . . . . . . . . . . 56,57,67, 116,119,120,1s2 Bllflllff, 5115811 .... Busch, Mary . . . Busch, Patrick . . Buster, Kevin . . . Buster, Susan . . . Butcher, Klm . . . . . Butler, John ...... BUTTERWORTH, MARK .......... Byrne, Jean .... . . .1o2,182, 190 . . . . .182 - - - 69.197 . . . . . . .197 . . .151,171, 116 . . .101,102, 122,123,182 .......253 .....130 . . . . S8,182 CCCCCCC Cadwell, Denlse . . . . . . . .151 Calderon, Roberto . . . . . . .182 Callger, Cynthla ..... . . .197 Abaraszewski - Columbia Callger,Ed Callger, Mlchael . . . . . .... . .182 CALKINS, DOUGLAS . . . . . . . 81, Callaghan, Patty . . . Callaghan, Michelle Calvert, Charles .... Calvert, Jennlier . . . CALVETTI, SONNY Campagna, Bob . . Campbell, Gregory Campbell, Mark . . Canady, Laura . . . Cannon, Mary . . . Cannon, Maureen . CANTEBURY INN . CAREER COMMUNITY . . . Cardoza, Jesus . . Carlson, Llsa . . . Carlson, Vlckl . . . CARLSON'S FLORIST . . . . . Carroll, Sylvla . . . Carter, Cathy . . . Carter, Debra . . . Carter, Dianna . . . Carter, Diane Wulf Carver, Phll . . . . . CARVER, ROY . . CASINI, R. L .... Cassen, Cort ..... Castelow, Bruce . . Castelow, Shirley Castillo, Edmund . Catalona, Gina . . . Causse, Roger .... Cavazos, Glorla . . Cavon, Sing ...... Cawlezell, Bob . . . Cawlezell, Wllllam CENTRAL STATE BANK CIIBIIIDIISS, ROUGH Chandler, Stacy . . chnttlelu, Ellyn . . CHEERLEADERS . Chlttlck, Llsa . . . CHORUS ........ CHRISTENSEN, NEVA ........ CIITISSOPIIBPSEII, Jlll............ Chrlsty, Marsha . . 130,198 . . . 92,93 . . . .182 . . . . 14, 197 . . . . .32,97, 153,176,175 . . . . . . . 16, 77,130 . . . . .144 . . .... sl, 197 . . . . . . .191 ...129,153, 230 . . . . .182 . . . . .220 ...139,140 .....194 .......197 . . .116,117, 197 .' .... 218 . . . .89,1o2, 120,194 . . .102,182, 194 .......191 ...101,133, 182 . . . . . 121, 153 .....11 . . . . 16,131 115,182 ....182 14, 197 191,211 .....1a2 ....191 ....191 ....119 . . . . . . 149, 153,176 . . . . .225 . . . . . . . 32, 749351197 . . . . . . .194 . . . . 104, 197 . . . . 122, 123 - - 4457.391 102,153 . . . 104,105 .. ..131 .......182 ......102, 152,153,176 Chrlsty, Rod ..... ....... 1 S2 Clark, Andrew ......... 31,153, 164.165.176,230 Clark, James .... ....... 1 83 Clark, Kenlyn .... . . . 113,198 CLARIIPS STANDARD .... ..... 2 44 Clemens, Mlchael . ...... . 74, 75.91.198 Cllne, Kathy .... . . . 153,176 CLYDE LUCAS QUALITY PLUMBING ..... .... 2 19 Coblentz, Peggy . . ..... 153 Coblentz, Wanda . ....... 183 Cochran, Jen .... .... 8 7,153 coder, Jeff . ..... .98,153,176 Coder, Julla . . . . . . 104,183 CODER REAL ESTATE .... . .... 215 Coder, Scott .... . . . 69,93 Coder, Stephan . . .... 69,152, 153 Colberg, Dawn . . . ..... .152 Cole, David ..... ....... 1 98 Colllns, Clndy . . . . . . 183,190 Colllns, Connl . . . ..... .198 Colllns, John .... .... 1 98 COLLINS, RICHARD ...... ....... 1 31 Colllns, Steve .... . . . 136,198 COLONIAL STUDIO ....... 246, 253 Colton, Teresa .......... 29,80, 198 Columbla Scholastic Press ASSOCIBHOII ...... .... 1 53 Index 247 ......90, Comfort - Harper Comfort, Terry . . Conard, Rlcky . . . CONCERT BAND . . . CONCERT CHOIR . . . Conklin, Nancy . . . Conley, Wayne .... Connor, Tlmothy . . Conway, Meagan . . Conway, Sue . . . . . . .103 . . . .103 . . . . 99, 100 . . . 102, 103 . . . .103 . . . 86,198 . . . .198 91,193 . . . .102,l03, 107,153 Cook, Sherl . . . ....... 50,51,67, Flx, Scott ......... .... 7 3,155 82,33,89,99,102,153 116 COOK'S MUSIC ............ 222 Cooney, Brlan ............ 198 Cooney, Dawn . ........... 150, 151,153,176 Dletz, Rachel . . . . . Dlngus, Mark . . Dlpple, Brlt . . . Dlpple, Dan ........ Dlpple, Pamela .... Dlpple, Terry ...... Dlpple, Wanda . . . . Dlveney, Mlcheal . . . Doak, Jackie ...... Doak, Sally ...... Doerres, Robert .... Donald, Micheal .... Donovan, Beth ..... DON'S TYPEWRITER . . . . . 113,117,183 .......183 .......183 .......1s4 - 107,133,134 .......211 ...107,109, 104 . .... 199 . . . .155 . . . .104 . . . . . . .104 . . . . . . .199 155,176,230 . ...... 223 FAIRBANKS-LAMB CHAPEL ................ 229 Farless, Larry ............ 160 Farless, Lesa ....... 29,107,199 Farrar, Terry .... ........ 1 99 Ferkel, Terry ............. 119 Ferreira, Sabrina ..... 115,199 Fick, James .... 73,185,188,189 Flck, Jeffrey .......... 74,200 FIESLER AWARD . ...... 50,51 Flgg, Julle . ..... . . . . .200 FIL COMMUNITY . . . . . . .129 Flndllng, Llsa . . . . . FINE-ARTS ..... ...105 ........134 Fisher, Bruce . . . . . . . . . .... 200 Dora, Cynthia . . . . . . . . ..... 155 Dore, Jamie . . . . . ..... 107,100, CO-OP .................... 140 Coppinger, Gall ........... 153 Copplnger, Wanda . . . ..... 198 Cordwell, JoAnn .......... 153 Cordwell, Kae . . . . . . . 125,198 Costas, Kelth .... ........ 1 98 Costello, Ed .......... 86,87,201 Coulbourn, Larry .........I98 Coulter, Debra ...... . . . . .153 Courtols, Brian ....... . . . . .198 Fisher, Scott ...... 59,90,91,109, 116,1l1,185,192 FITZGERALD, PHILIP ....... .......... 1 32 FLAG cm1.s .......... 124-125 109,116,117,124,104 DORSEY, ZOE ANN ............... 131 Doyle, Brenda . . . .... .199 Drake, Rick ............... 155 Drake, Scott ........... 97,117, 155,155,176,179 DRAMA .............. 106,107 Draper, Frank ............ 184 Draves, Joy ..... ..... 1 55 DREIBELBEIS, MARY JANE . . . .... .131 cozalrr, cam! LEE ....... 131 Cozart, Julia ...... 97,102,113, 153,174,177 Crews, Philip . . . 27,102,107,183 Crleger, James ........ 198,208 Crltton, Claudean ......... 153 .....201 Davls, 'l'e1'1'I . . . . . .29,107,19s chrlstlne . . . . . . . . 100,101,199 Crook,Alan...............153 Crook, Susan ...... . . . . . . .183 CROSS COUNTRY, BOYS . . . .66 CROSS COUNTRY, GIRLS . . . .67 Crouse, Jlll . . . ..... 51,62,82,88, 89,153,176 Crump, Wayne . ....... 109,198 Cubbage, Tammy ....... . . .183 Cunningham, Dave ........ 153 Cunningham, Julle . . .... 183 Cunningham, Kathy ....... 198 Cunningham, Sara Cunningham, Wesl h ....... 103 ay ...... 190 Curry, Amy. ..... .........154 Curry, Jlllle ..... .........198 Curry, Melodle . . . . . . . 139,154 Curry, Rodney . . . . ........ 175 Curry, Scott .... . . . 101.102,l83 Curtls, Don . . . Curtls, John . . . .........190 . ..... 74,190 Curtls, Mark . . .... . 86,I01,102, 141,103 Curtis, Rlck .... ........ 8 6 Curtls, Scott . . . ..... 154,176 Curtis, Susan ...... 62,100,101, 122,123,103 Dahms, Lorl .......... 76,11,198 Dahnke, Vicki . . . . DAIRY QUEEN . . . .......154 ......2lS Danay, Teresa ............ 198 DAN-DE DONUTS .......... 235 Danner, Theresa . . . 114,119,183 Darnell, Kory ..... ........ 1 83 Dartlng, Rocky . . . Davls, Bobbie . . . Davls, Debra .... Davls, Donna . . . Davls, Gall . . . Davls, Jane McGlothlen . . . Davls, Norma . . . Davls, Paul . . . . . . 111,154 . . . 110,154 . . . . . .190 . . . .198 . . . .190 ....154 .......154 .........194 Day, Barbara . . . . . . . . 116,183 Day, Dewayne .... . 116,119,154 Deahr, Jeffery . . . . . . . . 101,102 Dean, Esther . . . . 103,109,103 ........2,40 Dean, Karen .......... 104,198 Dean, Teresa ....... 91,115,154 DeLeon, Joel ........ 73,101,194 Delveau, James .... . . . 101,183 Dennis, Gerald . . . Devore, Debble . . Devore, Laurie . . . .......211 ...23,198 ....103 Dlckeman, Dlxle .......... 154 Dickey, Micheal ........ 74,199 Dlehl, Karen ..... 97,113,178183 Dlehl, Peggy .............. 199 Dlen-1101-st, Dlerlckx, Mary ............ 183 Dletz, Daniel . ....... 32,55,73, Dletz, Patrick . . . . 248 Index 86,81,154,l16 74,75,199,201 Drlnkall, Debra . . . .....155 DRIVER EDUCATION .... . ..... 198 Dugan, Michael . . . . . . 74,199 DUGGAN, JEAN ........ ..... 1 32 Duggan, Kevln . . . . . . 73,184 Duggan, Lynn .... ..... 1 99 Duncan, James . . . .... .194 Duncan, Lorl . . . .....199 Duncan, Mlke .............. 55 DUNCAN, STEVE . ..... 64,14,15,1l4,132 Duncan, Thomas, ......... 116, 119,104 Duncan, Todd ........ 32,58,73, 79,36,37,115,155,176,177,253 Dunker, Denlse ....... 107,120, Flanagan, Mlchael ......... 194 Flanagan, Sean . .......... 200 Fletcher, Lisa ......... 123,105 Fletcher, Wllllam .... 74,116,200 Fluty, Gall ............ 107,200 Fluty, Judy ........... 107,185 FOOTBALL ........ 72,73,74,75 Forest Carol . . . ......... .185 Fosberg, Kelly . . . Fossberg, Scott . . . Foster, Carla . . . . . .........9l ...105 ...185 Foster, Jeffery . . . . . . . .... 185 Fournier, Erlc . . ........ . .185 Fox, Jennlier . . . 19,105,194,195 FoX's ........... . .... . . . .223 Frank, Cynthia . . . ..... 102,185 Frantz, Mark . . . Frantz, Roberta . . . Freeman, Ken . . ......200 .. 110,156 ......253 Freese, Jerome ....... 134,200 French, Terry- . . . . .... 100,101, 104,200 Freyermuth, Barb ......... .77 Freyermuth, Lana . . . . . . . 3,185 Frltchle, Mark .............69 Fruits, Kathy . .... Frults, Pam . . . . . . . . 09,200 ........18S Fry, Dennis .... .......... 2 53 Fry, Douglas ...... 84,86,87,156 Gllson, Curtis . . . Gllson, Llsa . . . . . . . ....186 ....200 Glasple, Peggy . ..... . . . . . .201 GLASS, BARBARA ..... 120,133 GLEN 8 BOB'S . ..... . . .... 215 GLORIA'S GIFTS 8 CRAFTS...... ..... .....224 Goedken, Lynne . . .... I9,63,80, 81,92,201 Goethe, Mlehael . . . . . . . 109,201 Goetzman, Davld . . . .... .201 Goetzman, John . . . . . . .115 Goldsberry, Tony . . ..... 201 GOLF, BOYS ...... . . . 92,93 GOLF, GIRLS ...... . . . 92,93 Goddale, Harlan . . . . . . .201 Goodale, Randy . . . . . . .186 Goode, John ...... .... 1 86 Goodrlck, Misty . . . . . . .201 Goodrlck, Randy . . . . . . .119 Goodwln, Rlckie . . . .... .194 Gordy, Scott . . . . . . . .... 81,201 Gorehan, Bobby . . ......... . . . Goss, Chrlstlan . . . 96,97,l79,201 Goss, Klm . .... 114,115,177,188 Gosset, Greg .............. 201 Gow, Laura ..... .....186 GRADUATION . . . . . . 48,49 Grady, Bruce . . . .... .186 Grady, Carla . . . . . 102,186 Grady, Kerry . . . .... .113 Grady, Kyle ....... ..... 1 57 Graettlnger, Joan ........ 102, 124,107 Graettlnger, Sue . . . ..... .71 Graham, Dee ...... . . .201 Graham, Jeffrey . . . . . . . . .157 Graham, Mark ............201 GRAIN PROCESSING CORPORATION ...... 230,255 Graves, Joel ....... 116,119,201 Gray, Karen . . . ..... 12,50,187 Gray, Laurl .... .... 1 25,187 Gray, Lynne . . . Gray, Mark . . . . . .....107 ....201 Gray, Rlckey .... .... ..... 1 5 7 Greenwald, Lesa ........ 63,77, 82,83,129,157,176 Greenwald, Tony .......... 132 Gregersen, Kristopher . . .32,93, 105 Dusenberry, Donald ....... 199 Dusenberry, Peggy ........ 185 Dwyer, Ann ............... 199 Dwyer, Janlce ..... 76,197,19w Eberllng, Anthony ......... 185 Edwards, Kristopher ...... 194 Eggenburg, Tamara ...... 102, 124,155 Elchelberger, Don ......... 185 Elchelberger, Randall . . . 74,1S,80,81,87,199 Elchelberger, vh-glnaa ......... Elsele, Vlckl . . . Elder, -nna Elllott, John . . . Elllott, Mary . . . . . . Ellsworth, Mark .... Elshoff, Don . . . . . Elshoff, L nn y .... ENDERSON, ROD . . . England, Glna ...... England, Theresa . . Erickson, Debra .... . ...... 185 .......105 . 104,121,199 .......199 . 155,176,230 . . . . . . .199 . . . . . . .185 . . . .199 . . . 73,132 . . . . . . .199 . . . 115,155 ...116,111, 195,194,195 Fry, Kenneth ........... . .186 Fryberger, Jennifer .... 77,106 FUTURE FARMERS OF AMERICA ........ 117,110,119 FUTURE SECRETARIES ASSOCIATION ....... 110,111 Fuhlman, Sheila ...... 110,156 Fuller, Denise . . . ....... .186 Fuller, Duane ....... 98,156,176 Fuller, Shlrley ...... 48,156,176 Fuller, Terrance ......... .156 Fulton, Cralg ............. 156 Furlong, Wllllam ....... 97,115, 116,117,156,176,177,179 GGGGGGG GABRIEL, CLYDE . . 44,116,117, 130,133,194,195 Gaeta, John .......... 73,86,186 Gaeta, Louie ........ 73,169,106 Gaeta, Phlllip ............. 200 Gallaher, Anna . ........... 200 GANTENBEIN, LOU ........ 133 Ganzer, Mlchael ........... 188 Garbutt, John 43,156,169,176,230 101,102,107,109,131,185,181 Griggs, Teri ............... 119 Gross, Steve .............. 187 Guck, Christopher . . .99,101,201 Gullck, Jay ............ 79,187 Gulllver, Erlc . . . .... .201 GYMNASTICS . . . .... . . . . II U N CONSTRUCTION .... .... 2 IB Hagens, Mlchael . . . .... .187 Hagens, Wesley . . . .... 73,187 Hager, Robyn . . . ...... .157 Hagy, Chrlstlne ....... 133,187 Hahnbaum, Kirk .......... 157 Ernst, Jean ............... 199 Erwln, Kenneth ........... 185 ESTABROOK'S BAIT ....... 232 Estabrook, Cynthia ...... 43,97, 107,117,155,170,173 Estabrook, Karen . . . . . . . . .199 Estabrook, Lori .... . . . . . . .199 Estabrook, Teresa . . . . . . .185 Etter, Bruce ....... . . . 29,105 Evans, Cheryl .... ....... 1 99 Evans, Cynthla . . . .... 98,101, 155,176 Evans, Matthew ....... 100,101, 102,141,105 Evans, Matthew .' .......... 199 Evans, Rhonda . . . . . . . . .155 Everhart, Brian . . . . Everhart, Joseph . . . . .... 105 . .... 211 FFFFFFF Garbutt, Mary .... 23.111.92.200 Gardner, Davld . . . . 101,156,176 Earl Gardner Photography . . . . . . . . . . . .253 Gardner, Wayne . . . . . . . 2,48 Garrett, Diane .... . . . 110,156 Garrison, Ricky . . . .... .211 Garvey, Mark . . . .... .200 Garvin, Karla . . . . . . 110,186 Gassen, Mark . . . .... 73,156 Catton, Betty . . . . ...... . . .100 Gatzke, E1-lc . . . .... 69,73,1o2, 156,176 Gault, Robert . . . ...... .186 Gear, James . . . . . .32,73,156 Geertz, Clndy . . . . . .... .186 Gelger, Mike . . . . . . ...... .200 GeOI'gB, KBIIIICER . . . . . . 102,186 George, Steve . . . . . Gerdts, Dean . . . . . . ..... 69 . . . .186 Gerels, Theresa . . . . . . . . . .156 GIBSON U GIBSON REALTY .... . . . . . ...... .228 GIFT WORLD ............. 223 FADIGA, JOHN . . . . . . .132 Gllleland, Lorl . . . . . 138,157,176 Glllenwater, Russell . . ..... 17, 130,106 HAHN BROTHERS SAND 8 GRAVEL .............. 240 Hahn, Ginger ......... 102,187 Hahn, Herbert .... .... 8 6,201 Hahn, Lana ..... Hahn, Pam .... Hahn, Peggy .... Hahn, Steven . . . Hahn, Vernon . . . Hall, Paulette . . . ......92 ....1s7 ....107 ....187 . . . 160,107 Hall, Philip ...... ....... . .133 Halllgan, Michael . . . 73,97,178, 107 Hammer, Brlan .... 157,176,179 Hammer, Mary ....... 201,208 Hampton, Marjorie .... 120,187 Haney, Scott .... .......... 1 87 Hanft, Donald ..... 187,188,189 Hansen, Deanna ........... 201 Hansen, Debbie .... 130,157,176 Hansen, Jan .............. 201 Hansen, Jonl ....... 56,70,80,81, 92,201 1-lansen, Julle . . .97,102,178,187, 191 Hansen, Steven ........ 91,187 IIANSON, ROBERT ........ 133 HAPPY JOE'S . . .... .... 2 17 Harblt, Danlta .... .... 1 51 I-Iarden, Anne ..... .... 2 01 Harden, Wllllam . . . . . . .201 Harding, Steven ...... . . . .201 I'I8fIl'lOII, PIPISCIII8 . . .......107 Harper, Greg .... 85,86,157,176 Harper, Teresa .... 66,67,88,89, 120,121 Llndle, Pamela . . . llARPER'S SCHWINN CYCLERY ............... 232 Harrington, Carla ..... 110,181 HARRINGTON, DEANN ..... 134 Harrlngton, Roberta . . . 110,201 Harris, Lori .... 51,10,82,89,186 181 Harrison, Earl Tony ....... 201 Harsch, Michael ........... 201 Hart, Ann ............... 2,48 Hart, Mary ..... 80,81,88,89,201 Hart, Melissa ...... 56,61,82,88, 89,157,176 Hart, Pauline .... .......... 2 Hartman, Doug . . . . . . . . . .93 Hartung, Deborah . . . . . . .181 HASS, PETER .... .... 1 34 Hatcher, Evan .... ...... 2 01 Hatfield, Mindy ........... 187 Hatfield, Tammy ...... 157,176 Hathaway, Patty ...... 137,201 Hathaway, Tlm ........... 201 Hathaway, Jeff .... ...... 2 01 Haveman, Lisa . . . . . . 80,201 Haveman, Joan .... ....181 Hayes, Edward .... . . . 79,187 HAYS, DARLA .......l34 134 HAYS, PEGGY ............. Hazelwood, Barbera . . 104,201 Hazelwood, Steven ........ 181 Hazen, Debra ....... 48,151,116 Hazen, Kennenth .......... 201 Hecht, Bryan . . . .... Heckman, Shawn . . . . HEDEN, EVELYN . . . ....201 ....201 ....134 Heln, Anthony . . . . . . . . . .201 HEINZ ......... ......... 2 33 Helrlgs, Jlm ...... 108,109,151, 116 Heltmann, Jolynn . . . . 49,51,69, 91,101,109,117,187 HELMOLD, CINDY . . . . Henderson, Karen .... . . . . .135 .. 29,201 Henke, Greg . . . . ...... 101,187 Henke, Jane Henke, Jeffrey . . . . 86 .....202 ,116,111, 181 Henley, David . . . . . . . . . .202 Henry, Bob . . . . . . . . . 86,188 Henry, Kim ....... . . ...... 176 Henry, Rhonda . . . . . . 80,88,89, 202 Herleln, Bonnle .... ..... . 202 Herleln, Carrle . . . . . . . 109,202 Herleln, Francis . . . . . . . . .158 Herleln, Harry . . . Herleln, Joan ........ Herleln, Kevln ....... Hernandez, Magdelena Hershberger, Tina . . . I-Iershberger, Tom .... Herwlg, Mlchelle ..... HERWIG, ROBERT . . . Hessel, Randy ....... ....158 .....18S .....158 . ...202 .....158 .....202 . .28,125, 158,116 . 135,171 . . . . . .19 Hetzler, Ann ....... 158,116,195 HETZLER, BETH ..... Hetzler, Brlan . . . . . Hetzler, Dennis ...... Hetzler, Jay ......... Hetzler, Kim ...... Hickman, Llsa ....... HICKS, VIRGINIA .... Hldlebaugh, Dana .... Hldlebaugh, Robln . . . Hlggerson, Patti ...... Hlggerson, Richard . . . Hildebrandt, Leland . . lllldebrandf, Michael . Hlll,Jerry........... HIll,Larry Hlll, Penny . .....135 .....119 ......11 .....119 ,104,125, 97 118,191,202 . 107,202 . . . . .135 . . . . .202 . 138,188 . 102,158 116 . . . . .202 - - 73,158 116 202 . . . . .188 ....194 .....201 Hllller, James . . . . . . 141,158 Hlllman, Russell ...... 104,202 Hllton, Kelly .............. 188 Hlndbaugh, Terry ......... 194 Hlnes, Julia .......... 107,188 Hlnes, Marcia ......... 104,202 Hlntermelster, Davld . . .... 188 Hlntermelster, Steven ..... 202 Hoag, Steven . . . 84,116,119,202 Hocke, Pamela ...... . . 115,202 Hodapp, Mark ........ 158,176 Hodges, James .... . ...... 211 HOFFMAN, BETTY ...... . .135 Hoffman, Dlane . . . . . .29,80,202 205 Hoffman, Jeffrey ......... 188 Hoffman, Robert ..... 16,19,39, 50,91,188,205 Hoffman, Susan ..... 96,91,102, 121,11S,188,191 Hoggatt, Laura ............ 202 Hohenadel, Robert ........ 188 Holland, Sandra ..... 6l,1O,92, 102,188 HOLLER, HERB .... . . . 73,136 Holliday, Lonnie . Holmes, Blake . . . . . ...... .202 . . . ...... 202 HOLOUBEK, FLORENCE . . .136 Holt, Craig ...... Holtz, Dale ...... HOMECOMING . . . HON INDUSTRY . . Honts, Cathy ..... Honts, Jeffrey . . . Honts, Jerry ..... Honts, Jerry ..... Honts, Pattl . . . . . . Honts, Samantha . Hooks, Carol ..... Hoopes, Holly .... Hoopes, Llsa . . . Hoopes, Lori ..... Hoopes, Marla . . . Hoopes, Scott .... Hopklns, Randy . . Horst, Julle ...... Horton, Kevln . . . Houseman, Ronald Howe, Stephen . . . Howell, Connie . . . Howell, David . . . Howell, Mark . . Howell, Teresa . . . Hubble, Andrew . . Hubbs, Susan .... Huber, Ken ...... Hughes, Howard . Hughes, Wanda . . lllllfqlllSf, Richard Hunn, Brian ..... Hunn, Robert .... Hunt, Jeffrey .... Hunter, Judy .... Hunter, Todd . . Hunter, Tom . . . Hurlbut, Bret . . Hurlbut, Davld . . . Huseman, Gil .... .........194 .........202 ----31331179 .........246 .......l88 ......69,202 117,158,176 118 .. . .... .202 .........158 102,158 125,188 116,119,121, 145,188 .........202 . ........ 188 . . z6,101,109, 158,161 . . . . . . .158 .........159 . .... 202,201 . . . . . 115,159 . . . . .42,l41, 159,175 . . . .188 . . . . . . .59 . . . 19,188 . . . 65,188 . . . .92,11o, 125,188 .. .. - 74,188 ....159 .. 109,202 110,230 HUGILL, MAR1LYN.::::. . . 122, 136 . . . . . .29,93, 159,175,330 .........159 .........188 .........188 . . 110,159,176 .........1ss ....159,230 ......l88 . . . . . 104,202 ...........2 HUSEMAN, SHARON . . ..... 136 Hustead, Christine Hustead, Donna . . Huston, Carl ..... Huston, Glenn .... Hutt, Brlan .... Hylnk, Michael . . . Hylnk, Tlm ...... 140 ........202 110,159 ....58,69,188 .....86,202 .........202 .....1o7,159 H'YINK'S STANDARD . . . . . .229 HY-VEE lngstad, John . . . . .........243 IOWA ELECTRIC LIGHT AND POWER CO .........232 Iowa Hlgh School Press Assoclatlon .... Iowa Jam . ....... IOWAY RECORD PRINTING . . . Irwin, Dale ...... Irwin, Laura ..... Iserhott, Tamara . Issa, Amal ....... Ivey, Tamela .... . ........ 253 .........253 . ...... 219 . . . . 159,166 ......202 ... .....202 ,.....116 . . . . 104,188 JJJJJJJ JB's STYLISTS . . . Jallah, Kadljatlr . James, Debra ..... James, Jerry .... Jameson, Anna . . Jameson, Davld . . Jansen, Carol .... Jansen, Jeffrey . . Jasper, Sue ...... .... .239 .....159 ...188 .....202 .....16O ......202 ....92,93 . .. 93,202 .. .202 Jefferson, Kelly ..... . 123,188 Jehrlng, Stephen . . . . . . 188,192 Jennings, Debbie . . Jensen, Carl . . . . . . Jensen, Clndy .... Jewett, Connie . . . Johnson, Allce . . . Johnson, B0 ..... Johnson, Diane . . . ........188 .....188 .....202 ......188 139,202 .........60 104,202 Johnson, Jim .... Johnson, Judy .....l04 ..........92,93 JORIISOII, JIISHIIC ..... . lO4,l88 Johnson, Leah . . . . 102,103,160, 116 Johnson, Michael .......... 188 Johnston, Cynthia .... ...... 1 0 Johnston, Keren ....... 92,202 Johnston, Rodney ...... 13,ll4, 115,184,189 Jolner, Amy ....... 104,123,202 Jones, Dale .... ...... 1 4,160 Jones, Janna ....... 97,179,202 JONES, JOHN ..... 100,102,104, 105,132,136 Jones, Kyle . . . . . . . ...... 202 Jones, Sheila . . . . .... . . . .194 Jones, Shelley Jones, Vallory ............2D2 .. .... 89,104,202 Jorgenson, Evelyn . . . .1l0,160, 170,176 JORGENSEN, MARY ....... 131 Jorgenson, Mavis . . . .... .202 JUNIOR CLASS ............ 118 Justus, Renee . . . .... 104,203 KHHUKKRHI Kagee, David . . . . . . . . . 143,203 KAISER, ROBERT .... . .98,100, 124,137 Kallenberger, Teresa ..... 160, 194 Kallenberger, Tim ........ 160 K U D CLOTHIERS ........ 240 Kardux, Brad ..... 109,113,l11, 189 Kardux, Jeff ......... 102,189 KARDUX TRANSFER INC . .240 Kardux, Walter ........ 81,211 Kathreln, Dlane ....... 160,176, 195,230 Kathreln, Mrs. Henry ........ 7 KATOSKI, WILLIAM . ..... 137, 142 Keck, Ed ........... ..... 1 94 Keeler, Davld .... . . . 74,203 Keeler, Thomas . . . . . . 73,160 Keever, Kelth .... .... 1 04,203 Kelg, Mlke ..... ....... 9 3 Kelg, Nancy . . . . . .....151 Kelief, Eiflelle . . . ...... 160 Keller, Julene 142,160 Keller, Lorlne . . . . . . .22,104,203 Kelly, Sharon . . . . ...... . .189 Kemp, Davld Kaur, LARRY o . ..... 112,113, 1 136,137,143 Kemper, Dennis ....... 140,189 Kennedy, Andrew ......... 203 Kennedy, Nicholas .... . . . .189 KENT FEEDS INC . . . .... .230 Kent, Gage ............ 93,203 Kent, Steven .............. 160 Kerschenske, Marvln . . . . . .203 Kerschenske, Tracy .... 77,107, 203 K.F.M.H ................... 236 Kles, Catherine ....... 104,203 kim, Blll . ...... 32,42,48,49,51, 97,102,117,152,150,176,179, 253 Klm, Jim ....... 19,61,19,91,91, 111,118,189 King, Diana ...... 80,81,145,203 King, Kenneth ........104,203 King, Rosalln ............. 203 Klngery, Allan Klngery, Lynn Sc0tt.......160 . . . . 104,130,203, 207 KIRCHNER, NORA ......... 137 ,K1rk, Julle ........ 139,160,176 Klser, Chrls ............... 91 Klser, Kevln ...... 24,28,69,101, 102,160,116,23O KISER, RON ....... 16,19,S9,90, 91,138 KITCHEN, DANIEL ..... 73.253, 138 Kltchen, Roger ............ 189 KITE, JULIAN .... 108,132,134, 135,133,152,253 KLEFFMAN, JUNE ....... 3,138, 201 Kleln, Robert .... ......205 Klelst, Ylckl . ......... 139,189 Knott, Jonathan ...... 49,91,90, 97,1l7,151,175 KNOTT PRINTERS . . ...... 237 Knox, Gabriella . . . . . . . . . . .161 Knox, Kathy . . . . . . .... 189 Knox, Lorraine . . . ..... 161 Knox,Rlck ......189 KOEHN, BETSY . . . . . . 44,138 Harper's - Lobdell Koenlg, Robert . . . . Koenlg, Scott . . . . . Koerhsen, Terl . . . . KOeSf2l', SIISBII .... .....16l . . . . . . . .211 - - - 77,90,91, 189 ........189 Kolar, Joseph ...... 50,79,90,91, 189 Kolar, Matthew Paul .... 28,35, 50,51,64,73,78,79,155,151, 116,230 Kolpack, Judlth .... 80,103,107, 124,203 KOLTZ, JACQUE .......... 139 KOMASA, NOEL . . . . . . 117,139 Korte, Evelyn . . . .....110 Korte, Linda .............. 189 Kosslves, Connie ...... 101,102, 113,l61,116,l11 Kosslves, Dean ........ 101,102, 113,189 KRAFT, ELISE ...... 77,125,139 Kraklow, Diane . . . 67,77,89,189 Kruger, Michael . .......... 194 Kruse, Deborah . . . KULIS, JIM ....... . . . . 98,161 . .... 139 LLLLLLL Lacy, Sarah ....... Laeser, Mary . . . . . Laeser, Thomas . . . Lake, Barbara Jo . Lake, Renata ..... Lande, Margaret . . Landon, Susan .... Lane, Kimberly . . . Lang, Margaret . . . Lange, Jeffery .... LANG'S JEWELRY . Larson, Leo ....... Larson, Mark ..... LaRue, Charles . . . LaRue, Kenneth . . . LaRue, Robbie . . LaRue, Steven . . Lasell, Steve ...... Last, Matthew ..... Laudahl, Candace . Laursen, Karen . . . . 102,107,189 . . .80,89,203 . . . .... .203 .....102 ........189 ......77,9o, 91,104,203 ........161 . . . 104,203 ..91,11S,189 ........22o ........204 13,45,50, 73,79,159 . . . . . . .204 . . . . 14,204 . . . . . 11,189 - - - 42,43,55, 73,151 --43,104,204 ........211 ........204 ... ....189 Lawnsdale, Robert ........ 204 Lawrence, Barbara Jo ..... 48, 110,125,161,176 Lawrence, Mark ...... 59,19,90, 91,101,102,189 Lazlo, Helen ........... 82,189 Lazio, John ..... 14,10l,102,111, 161 Leatherman, Daniel .... .66,81, 204 Leaver, Danny . ..... . . . . . .211 Lee, Bobble ..... . . .... 107,204 Lee, Jeff Lelmkuehler, Brlan 66,81,86,204 . . . . 69,189 Lelmkuehler, Glen . . .... . . . .69 Lemaster, Mary . . . . . . . . . . .204 Lemkau, Shelly . . . ..... 80,204 Lettenberger, Jean Lettenberger, Jeff .........1O .........55 Lettenberger, Jo Mary . . . . . 69, Lettenberger, Julle Levetzow, Cynthia 10,11,189 .....32,189 ........204 Levetzow, Marvln . . . .... 15,30, Lewis, Sandra . . . . LEWIS, VALLI . . Leza, Antonio ..... . 161,176 .....189 . . . .139 . . . .204 Leza, Francisco . ..... .... 1 61 Llbenguth, Rebecca ........ 189 LIBRARY CLUB ........... 111 Lick, JoAnn ...... ..... 2 04,207 LICK, ROBERT . . . LICKO, TIM .... . Llefland, Mats . . . .....138 ....140 ........60 Lindberg, Cathy . . . . . . . 162,176 Lindberg, Karen . . . . 77,134,204 Llndle, Bruce . .... . . .... . .204 Llndle, Rita . . . . . Llndle, Vlrglnla . . . Llndley, Juaml . . . Llndow, Laura .... Llnvule, 'road . . . Llnvllle, Wendy . . . 162,116 .......119 . . . .116,119, 121,189 . . . . 120,204 . .91,204,207 . ....... 204 . . . . . . . . .59 Llssy, Tlmothy ........ 132,204 Lltten, B1-lan . ..... .49,50,51,59, 90,91,111,162,116 L1VlllgSfO1'l, DEBIIII ....,, 97,l23, 118,205 Lobdell, Mlcllael . . . . . . . .162 5 Index 249 MR.JIM'S Lofgren - Nowysz Lofgren, Mark ...... . . . . . .66 Lofgren, Rebecca .... . . . . .205 L el, Ton ......205 og y ....... LOIISE, ROIDII1 . . . . . . . . . . . 89,205 Lohse, Theresa . . . . . . . 32,88,97, IlS,I62,110,176, 177,179,253 Long, Scot . . ..... . . . . .... .205 Longcor, Lorl . . . . . . . .... . .175 Longhurst, Jeff . . . . . ...... 190 Longhurst, Vldette . . . . . .67,77, 89,104,205 Longtln, Joel .... 13,50,73,79,194 Lorentzen, Mltchell ........ 190 LORIMOR, JERRY ......... 56, 66,67,88,l40 Lothrlnger, Sarah ......... 190 Lough, Sandra ..... . . . . . . .175 Love, Penny . . . . . . . . 80,205 I.owe,Gary.... .........190 Lucas, Glen ............... 211 Lucas, Rickey ...... 108,109,190 Lueth, Brian . . . ........ .190 Lulken, Robin ......... 124,205 LUMBER MART ........... 238 LUPTON, MILDRED ........ 140 LUPTON U TOYNE PRINTING ...... .....233 Lurndal, Scott ............ 205 Lyons, Gary . . ............ 190 Lyon, Jeffrey .... 86,87,129,162 Lyons, Jenny ............. 190 IMMDHMKM MacMahon, Dlanna Madden, Nancy . . . Maeglln, Dave . . Maeglln, John . . . . . Mahoney, Cynthia . Malzahn, Jane . . . Mannatt, Sue . . Marr, Craig . . . . . . . Marshek, Laurie . . Marston, Theodore Martens, Melody . MARTIN, ARCHIE . . MARTIN 8 BERRY INSURANCE ...... Martin, Bill ..... . . Martin, Deborah . . Martin, Joan .... . Martin, Lorle ..... . Martin, Marlan . .... Martin, Mar Joann Y Martin, Sharon . . . . . Martin, Susan . . .... Martin, Tammy . . . Martln, Tlmothy . . Martz, Connle . . . . . Martz, Rhonda ..... MASSEY BUSINESS . .. . .. ..I90 . . . s0,ss,s9, 205 . . . . .190 . . . 86,205 . . . . .97,116, 117,162 . . .97,113, 177,190 . . . 162,176 . . . . . . .119 Mann, Greg . . .... .66,81,86,97, 179,205 . . . 109,190 . . . . . . .205 . . . 120,205 .......l40 . ...229 . . .205 . . .205 . . .205 . ..... 205 . . . . . . .190 . . . 104,205 . . . . . . .205 . . . 104,205 . ..... 205 . . . 79,190 . . . . .190 . . . . 77,205 MCGIII, Michael . . . . . . . . . . . .115 McGowan, Sarah . . . . 70,104,205 McGowan, William ...... 69,205 McGrew, Vicky ............ 206 McGuire, Laura ...... ..... 1 90 McGuire, Patricia ...... 51,152, 163,170 McGuire, Sharon . . . . . . 163,176 McKEE BUTTON COMPANY .............. 233 Mexee, Mnaeune ..... 69,117,190 Musee, M01-1, . . . . . . . . . . 09,200 McKllllp, Stephanle .......206 McKinney, Kim . . . . . . . . .63,82, 102,190 McKlnzle, Craig . . . . . . . . . . .206 McLaughlin, Mlchael . . . . . . .206 McMullen, Bob ...... 69,93,190, 192 Mead, Cathryn . . . . . . . . . . . .206 Meador, Victoria . . . . . . 110,163 Medley, James .... Meerdlnk, John . . . Meerdlnk, Steve . . .. . .. .206 .. . 09,211 . . . . . 107, 109,190 MELSON, ARLENE .......... 59 Melton, Dale Rusty ........ 64, 55,73,73,79,194 Mendoza, Osvaldo ...... 84,206 Menendez, Ann ..... 92,205,206 Mente, Brenda ....... 82,88,89, 1ss,190 Merchant, Richard ........ 163 MERCHANT, PEGGY .......l40 Merrill, Lisa . . . . . . . . . . 124,190 Merrlval, Donald . . . . . . . . . .190 Metcalf, Deborah ...... 115,163, Metcalf, Michael . . 176 . . . . .206 Metzger, Kelth . . . ....... .190 Meyer, Albert ............. 206 Meyn, Myron ........ 86,98,163 Mlchaels, George .......... 253 Mlchaels, Matthew ........ 206 Mlchaels, Mlsty . . . ......I90 Mldklff, Samuel ...... . . . . .190 Mlller, Beth . . . . . . . . . . 163,176 206 Mlller, Connle .... Mlller, Danlel .... Mlller, Dlane . . . Mlller, Doris ..... .:::::190 .....Il9 Mlller, LaVoy .... . . . . . . . .191 Mlller, Linda . . . . . . 80,104,206 Mlller, Lisa . . . ........I63 Miner, 1.01-1 .... .... 1 10,200 Miner, Lynne ......... 110,191 Miner, mennen ....... 32,-14,200 Mme,-, Mitchell ............ 206 Mlller, Tamara . . . . . 101,138,191 Mlller, Tlmothy ........... 191 Mlllett, Douglas ........... 206 MILLS AUTO PARTS ....... 227 Mllls, Gaylord ............ 206 MILLS, MARY ............... 3 Mllls, Pamela . ..... 120,121,206 Mllls, Susan . . . . . . 26,120,191 Mlnder, Llsa . . . . . . . . .IOI,l02, 163,176 Mlngee, Deborah .......... 206 Mitchell, Ann .... 67,89,107,206 Mitchell, Mike ........ 17,66,86, 37,153,175,230 Mlttman, Llnda ......... 67,89, 116,117,206 Mittman, Robert . . . . . . . 15,191 MODEL LAUNDRY ......... 235 MODEL UNITED NATIONS . . .... .... 1 10,117 Moellers Renee . ......l9l M0nr,nSv1,1 .....175 Monclvals, Carmen .... . . . .206 Monroe, Gary . . . . . . . . 73,79,86, This year was one of the coldest on record. The month of January averaged ll degrees, with a low of -19 degrees. Stalled cars and commerce on the Mississippi, more clothes to keep warm, and cold buildings were some of the problems faced by Muscatine people. A snow day on January 28 meant a day of winter fun for students. EQUIPMENT ...... . . .214 Massey, Paul ..... ....... 5 5 Massey, Steven ......... 68,69, 98,162,176 MASTERSON CUP TROPHY ........ .... 5 0,51 Mathes, Teresa . . . . . . . .205 Mathis, J. W ....... ...... 2 ll MAT MAIDS .......... 120,121 MATTHEWS, DAVE ........ 55, 81,140,198 Matthlessen, Chrlsty ...... 110, 190 Matthlessen, Randy . . . . . . .205 Maurath, Mindy . . . . . . . . 92,190 May, Stephen . . . . . . . 68,69,108, 81,191 MONSANTO .... ........ 2 I1 Monson, Tami ............. 206 Monson, Terl ....... 102,107,191 Montagna, Gary ........... 206 Montagna, Robert ......... 175 MONTGOMERY WARD ..... 238 MOSENFELDERS 1 Natlonal Scholastic INC. ..... . . . . . . . . . . .227 Press Association . . . . . . .253 Moss, Laura . . . . . . . .206 National School Yearbook! Moulds, David . . . . . . . .164 Newspaper Association Ma. QUICK .... ....214 .......21s ........................H253 109,169,190 Mayo, Jody ..... ..........190 McAreavy, John ...... 28,73,86, 162 McAreavy, Joseph ...... 73,190 McAreavy, Tom . . . . McBride, Susan .... McCleary, Leo . . . . . . . ..... 91 .29,123,205 . . . . . . .162 McCleary, Linda . . ...... 205 McCleary, Peggy .......... 162 McConnaha, Scott ...... 14,l0l, 116,119,205 McCulley, Jeffrey ....... 25,8l, 104,205 McDaniel, Krlstlne ....... 107, 109,134,190 McDaniel, Rory ...... ..... 2 05 McElroy, Barbara ........ 107, 109,190 McElroy, Eric .............190 McElroy, Kelth ..... 107,109,163 250 Index MOODY-IIAWLEY HEATING AND AIR CONDITIONING .......... 236 Moore, Bernard ........... 163 Moran, Joyce .... .... 1 30,191 Morgan, Ira ...... ...... 1 91 Morgan, Jan ........ ....... 5 9 MORGAN, KELLY ....... 23,141 Morgan, Lynn ..... . 107,109,191 Morgan, Tina . . . . . . Morrls, Dave .... . . . Morrls, Lorl ....... MORRISON, REV. CLARENCE ...... . . . . . . .206 107,109,191 .......194 . .... 10 Morrissey, Melody . . . . . . . .163 Morse, Loren . . . . . . . . . .51,163, Mosch, Cralg . . . . . . Mosch, Marla J. Schmidt 176,230 - - - - 54,55 ...163 NAVY ......22I Mull, Virglnla . . . . . . 107,206 Neff, 9811 ------ 89,104,205 Mullen, Tom . . .... 69,206 Neff, Paul ..... ...... 1 75 Mulnlx, Garry . . ..... 175 Nefzger, Denise ...... 206 Munday, Mike .... .... 7 3,164 Nelson, Allen . . . .ll6,I19, Munyon, Vincent ...... 104, 141,191 143,206 Nelson, Angela . . . . . . 101,206 Murdock, Ron ...... 116,119,206 Nelson, Kristin . . . ..... .206 MUSCATINE CARE Nelson, Neal .... .... 2 06 CENTER ................ 223 Nelson, Pamela . . . 29,206 MUSCATINE COMMUNITY Nelson, Richard ...... 191 COLLEGE ............... 226 Nelson, Stanley ...... 164 MUSCATINE Neumann, Tall ...... 70,77,190, JOURNAL ........ 115,216,253 191 MUSCATINE POWER Newman, Donny .... ...... 1 91 AND WATER ---------- - -239 Newman, John ..... ...... 1 91 Musgrove, Wllllam ........ 206 Newman, Nancy ...... 206 Myers, Jett ..... 9s,102,152,164 NEWSPAPER ......... 114,115 MYERS, LAWRENCE . . . 144,152 Nletzel, John ........ . . . 59,91 NNNNNNN NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY ........ . . . .177 NIETZEL PHARMACY ..... .224 Nltzel, David .... . . . . . . . . .164 Noll, Christine . . . . . . . 32,59,82, 91,102,117,191 Noonan, Mlke . . . 73,I07,117,191 N01-et, Barry ....... 113,191,253 Norwood, Vlrginla ......... 164 Nowysz, Stephanie ...... 96,97, 122,I23,l18,l91 Nllgellf, DBVQ . . . . . . .......1l9 0000000 Oerman, Llsa .... .......211 Ogllvle, Deborah ..... 29,92,206 Ogle, Barbara ..... OLD TOWN INN . . 104,120,123, 206 .......228 Olson, Russell. . . . . . . . . . .206 Oostendort, Darla . . . . ...211 OPPELT, ll0LLY . . . .... 141 Orr, Alan ........ Orr, Clndy . . . . . . Orr, Tlmothy .... ....136 ,,..206 ......206 Osborn, Karol ............. 191 Osborn, Patrlcla ...... 116,1l7, 119,202,203,206 Osborn, Susan ............ 164 Osternller, Larry ...... 101,104, 135,206 Otto, Pamela....... .. .... 206 MYRTLE OTHMER AWARD . ........ ....... 9 2 Overton, Tammy ....... 14,206 Oveson, Marlanne .... S7,67,191 Oveson, Mlchalle . . 67,S2,89,191 PPPPPPP Pace, Andrew . . .... 102,103,191 Pace, Dana . . . Pace, Donald . . Pace, JoAnn . .... .........191 ....,...175 . . ,.207 Pace, Randy ...... ........ 1 92 Palllscheck, Debra . .. .. 16,164 Paetz, Bonnie ............. 207 Paetz, Jennifer ..... 23,97,104, Paetz, Jonathon . . . 178,207 . 101,102,192 Palnter, James . . . . . . . . . . . .207 Panther, Lorl . . .... 97,104,123, 179,207 Partridge, Kenneth ........ 164 Partridge, Timothy ..... 74,207 Patterson, Julle ....... 164,176 Patterson, Linda ...... 125,164 Paul, Linda . . . . . . . . . 124,164 PAUL'S ................... 224 Paulsen, Jett ...... -93,145,192 Paulls, Rev. Rlchard ........ 48 Paxton, Jef! .............. 192 Pearson, Janet ....... 90,91,192 Peck, Karen . . . . . . . 121,207 Peck, Mernon .........17S Peck, Mlchael . . . . . . 111,139,165 Peck, Sharon . . ..... 121,207 JC PENNEY . . . . .......217 Perklns, Clndy ...... 82,102,165 Perkins, Richard .......... 207 Peters, Dorothee .......... 192 C. PETERS DODGE ........ 224 Peters, 'l'ln1 .... 39,79,93,115,192 Petersen, Karen . . . 82,102,103, 192 Petersen, Mary Jane . . . 28,207 Petersen, Richard ......... 192 Phelps, Danlel ............ 192 Phelps, James ......... . . .207 Phelps, Julla . .... . 102,133,165, 176 Phelps, Stephen ...... 86,97,165 Phillips, James . . . . . 107,207 Pllllllpa, Jlllll ......... 165,176 Pllllllps, Mlcllelle ...... 190,191 Phillips, Patrick . . . ......175 Phllllps, Robin ......... 84,207 Phllllps, Roxanne ......... 192 Plecuch, Brian ..... 117,128,207 Plecuch, Kevin ..... 97,104,108, 109,179,307 Plecuch, Susan ..... 32,38,44,97, 101,102,153,16S,178 Plppert, Debble ........... 192 Pltt, Carol .............. . .207 Pltt, Cynthla ....... .... 1 92 PLA-MOR LANES . . . Plank, Lorl ...... Plank, Tlmothy . . . . Plett, Wesley .... Plog, Linda ...... Plogh, Barbara . . Plogh, Mlchael . . . ....229 ....165 ....211 ...86,107 ....165 ......165 ...,....207 Plowman, Cralg ...... 73,86,87, 181,192 POM-PON ..... Poole, Todd . . . . . . Porter, llal ........ Porter, Pam ..... 69 Posten, Linda . .... . Powell, John .... . . Powers, Dave . . . . . Powers, John . . . . . Powers, Julle ...... . . . . . . .207 . . . . 81,208 ,70,115,165, 176,177 110,165,176 . . . . . . .208 . .79,B6,l65 . . . . . . . .91 76,82,88,S9, 192 Plckerlng, Polly ............ 81 Prlbyl, Sue ..... 56,67,S2,8B,89, PROM..... .... Pugh, Catherine . . . . 173,193 . . . . . 46,47 .......193 Pugh, Steven . . ..... 116,119,208 Pulliam, Damon . . . . QQQQQ .....,.193 QQ RABlN,Pl'lYLLIS 137,141 Rada, Lorl ........ 102,107,109, 165,176 Ralhf, Wayne .... .... 1 16,119, 193 Ramsdell, Linda . . .... 165 Ransom, Judene . . .... 108 Rauch, Donna .... .... 1 65 Rauch, Patricla . . . . . . .208 Ravencraft, Daisy . . . . . . .... Rechterman, Jlm .... . . . . . .165 Reed, Caroline . . . . . . . .113,123, 208 Reed, Je!! . . . . . 113,165,176,230 Reed, Nancy . ...... . . . . . . .208 Reeves, Laura . . . . Reeves, Llnda . . . Relchert, Gary . . . . . . . 165,176 ......20S ....119 Relchert, Jeffrey ......... 193 Reichert, Kevln ........... 119 nelchert, Tonl ...... 77,110,208 Reld, Paul ............ 130,193 Rellert, Benjamln ......... 208 Rellert, Carolyn .......... 125 Reltert, Joseph . ....... 17,107, 109,117,193 Reltert, Todd ............. 208 Relmers, George .......... 208 Relnler, Don ..... ........ 1 93 Relst, Jettrey ....... 26,97,107, 109,166,176 Reusswlg, Kathy ........... 16 Reynolds, Cralg ........... 208 Reynolds, Harley ...... 86,193 Reynolds, Shelley ....... 15,77, Reynolds, Terry . . Rhodes, Terrle . . . Rhodes, Trudy . . . . 208 . ...193 . .. .193 .. .208 Richmond, Steven . . . . . . . . .208 Richmond, Susan . . . . . 28,58,59, 90,91,102,103,166 luckual-'s, DONALD . . . . . . 141, 200 Rlcklels, Susan . . . . . ...... 193 Rlgdon, Jacqueline . . . . . . . .208 RILEY FUNERAL HOME . . . . . . . 220 Riley, Martha ...... 32,58,59,70, 90,9l,102,166,176 Rlnlnsland, Carol ....... 80,89, 104,208 Rlnlnsland, Darlene ...... 102, 110,166 RISUIS, MARILEE ........... 3 Ritz, Kerry ........ .... 1 93 Rltz, Renee .... ...... l 93 Rltz, Tamtnie . . . . ,......166 Rlvera, Altredo .... . . . 107,193 Rivera, Daniel ....... 32,74,85, 86,104,208 Rlvera, James ............ 208 Roberson, Lorl ............ 208 ROBERT'S BROWNBILT SHOE STORE ........... 231 Roberts,Kenny Robertson, Randy... .... Robles, Nora ....... Rock, Polly ...... Rock, Vlrglnla . . . Rock, Walter . . . .69 194 . . . .166 . . . .108 . . . .208 . . . .208 Rodrlquez, Amanda . . . . . . 166, 176 Rogers, Denise . . . . . . . . 110,166 Rogers, Lynette . . . . . . .107,109, 193 Rohde, Mark ........... 74,208 Rohrer, Cathy ..... 43,70,71,97, 109,117,135,161,166,176 Rohrer, Jeanne . . . . . Rosenberg, Brlan . . . Ross, Allen ......... Ross, Kathy ........ Roth, Randolph ..... Ross, Troy . . . . . . . Roth, Susan ........ Rowe, Gregory ...... Ruckles, James .... Ruckles, Lorena .... Ruckles, Patti . . . . RUDEN, PAUL ...... . Ruggles, Jackie . .... Rulz, Margaret . . Rupe, Steven . . . Ryder, Nancy . . . . - 43,70,71, 208,253 . . . . . .211 . . . . . .119 . . 110,166 . . 110,166 .....,208 . 89,1 07,108 ......166 ......193 ....208 ......166 ..131,142 ......166 ..102,l93 ......166 ....166 Sachs, Pamela .......... 23,97, l32,135,17s,20s Salley, David ............. 192 Salley, Kevln ......... 101,208 Satley, Stephen ....... 167,176 SAFLEY'S SPORTING GOODS ......... Salcedo, Anna .... Salllng, Claus .... Saltsman, Carla . . . Sandburg, Gary . . . Sander, Crystal . . . Sander, Sandra . . . Sanders, Greg . . . Sanders, Klm ..... SANDY'S ......... Satterwalte, Fred . Savedge, Charles . . Sayler, John ...... Sayles, Cynthia ..... Sayles, Stephanle . Schaapveld, Debble Schauland, Evelyn schllat, Jlm ...... Schllpt, Dorothy . . Schrnalz, Thomas . Schmelzer, Wendy Schmldt, Donna . . . Schmoldt, Karen . . L. A. SCIINACK AWARD ........ Schnelder, Kevin . . Schnelder, Wllllam Schott, Jett . ..... . Schoultz, Yvonne . . Schroeder, Daniel . ,.....119 . . 104,211 . . 167,176 . . . .200 . . . . .64 . . . .193 . . . .167 . . . . .59 - - , 77,193 . . . .227 . . . .167 . . . .253 . . . . . .253 - 70,71,50, 89,208 - 69,70,71, 89,167 . . . . . 112, 175,177 . . . . . .144 . . . 32,167 . . . .142 . . . 86,208 . . . . . .208 . . 102,208 . . . 98,193 ....50,51 ......193 ......193 ....144 ......11S . , 119,167 SCHROEDER, DONALD . . . . . . . . 78,79,142 Schroeder, Susan ....... 77,84, 209 Schreurs, Kelly . . . .... .193 Schublk, Dave . . . . . . 73,193 Schuhow, Lorl .... ...... 1 67 Schultx, Mlchael .......... 193 Schwandke, Steve ..... 101,167 scott, Dana ........... 113,209 Scott, Dlane .............. 193 Scotten, Russell ....... 144,193 Seal, Kayle ...... ...... 2 09 Seal, Teresa . . . .... .193 Searcy, Lynn . . ..... 209 SENIOR CLASS . . . .... .179 Sensor, Arthur .... .... 2 ,10 JAN SEVERSON AWARD ....... .... 5 0,51 Severson, Todd ..... 61,81,128, 209 Sexton, Christina .... ..... 2 09 Seynaeve, Andy . . .... 5,193 Shatter, JoAnne ...... 102,185, 193 Shaner, Jeffrey ........... 193 SHAW, RICHARD ....... l6,l20, 121,142 Shelangoskl, Dlrk ......... 167 Shelangoskl, Jlll ...... 123,209 Shelangoskl, Lynn ......... 193 Shellabarger, Tony ...... 66,81, 86,87,209 sheller, Cate ....... 19,107,109, 135,193 Shetler, Deborah . ....... . .209 Nugent - Stuart Shoppa, Jed . . . . . . . . . 86,175 Shoppa, Steven .... . . . . . .209 Shoultz, Peggy Sue Shoultz, Wanda . . . . ....... 209 . . ..... 167 Shouse, Randy . . . . . . . 73,193 Sldds, Donnetta ........... 193 Slerlng, Thomas ...... 14,32,39, 50,93,97,1l5,1l7,167,174, 175,103,230,253 Slmpsom Mark . . . . ........ 193 Slhn, Gene .... .... ........ . . . Slssel, Kurt ........... 116,209 SISSEL, MICHAEL . ........142 slx, Anne ......... 14,32,70,115, Sleeman, Llsa ..... Sleeman, Rlchard . Sloat, Janet ...... Sloat, Luana ..... Sloat, Vanessa . . . Slot, Laurette ..... Slot, Louella ...... Smalley, Tammy . . Smaus, Doug Smlth, Bradley . . . Smlth, Cora ...... Smlth, Darlene .... Smlth, DeAnne . . . Smlth, Debble ..... Smlth, James ..... SMITH, LEARY A. . Smlth, Mlchael .... Smlth, Ramdy .... Smlth, Terry ...... Smlth, Wllllam .... Sneddon, Carl . . . Snider, Steve .... Snyder, Jay ..... Snyder, Jeffrey . . . Snyder, Julle . . . . Snyder, Tammy . . . Snyder, Tlm . . . . . . SOFTBALL GIRLS . 167,176,177 . . . . . . . .209 . . . . . 73,193 . . . . .193 . . .... 193 . . . . 104,209 . . .90,91,209 . . 90,91,167, 176 . . . . 168,194 - - 31,93,143, 209 . . .86,S7,193 . . . . . . . .193 ......160 . . . . 110,193 . . . . . . . .168 12,50,93,117, 168,176,230 . . . . . . . . 60, 93,142 . . . . . . . .193 . . .74,81,Z09 . . .74,S6,209 . . . . . . . .193 . . . 81,211 - - - 73,193 . . .79,129, 168 . . . . . ,109 . . . .110,113, 194 102,l07,109, 138,168 . . . . . . . . .62 SOPl'l0MORE CLASS . . . . . . .174 SOPl'l0MORl-I SINGERS . . . . . . . SORDEN, SUE ..... Soteros, Patti .... Soto, Eugene ...... SPEECH DEBATE . Sprlngman, Janna . Sprlngman, Shelley 102,104 . .29,1Q3,146 . . . . . . . .168 ..69,104,209 . . . . . . . 108, 109 . . . . . . . .176 . . . . . . .194 SPROUSE DISTRIBUTING CO ............. Spurgeon, Crlstle . . Spurllng, Andrew . Spurllng, Loretta . . STAGE BAND ..... Stanbro, Kevin .... Stanhope, Lorl .... Stanley, Sarah . . . Starr, Connle .... Starr, Mattie ...... Stauller, Julle .... Staulter, Larry . . . Steahr, Clytha .... Stecher, Cathrlne . Steckman, Sherrl . Steele, Lori ....... Steele, Shella .... Stegall, Randy .... Stegall, Tlmothey . S. G. 8 P. STEIN FURNITURE . . . Stein, Je!! ....... Stelnke, Joseph . . . Stella, Llnda . . . . . . Stelzner, Connie . . . ....... 232 . . . . . . . .168 .. ..... 209 . . . . . . . .168 100,101 . . . . . . . .209 . . 92,123,209 109,209 ........194 107,194 - 97,110,115 168 . . . . . 73,194 .....194 .. ...168 .. ..... 209 ......209 . . . . 110,168 . . . . . .168 . . . .104,109, 209 . . . . .243 . . . 93,209 . . . .10Z,19d, 256 . . . . . .77 . . . . . . . .194 168 sfElld8P, Terrle . . . . , . . . . . . STERNEMAN CLOTHING . . . . . . 137 Stevens, Susan . . . . . . . . .... 109 STILES DRUG! ACE HARDWARE ....222 Stlnson,Gall......... ..... Stockton, John . . . . . . . . 132,168 Stokes, Jerrl . . . . . . . 110,169,176 Stonebarger, Shawn .......194 Stonehouse, Karen ......... 77 Stoube, Mark ...... .... 1 69 Stover, Shawne .... .... 2 09 Stover, Stacey . . . . . . .194 Stratton, Larry . . . . . . . .209 Streat, Wllllam . . .... 209 Street, Gary ........ .... 1 94 Stromer, Cheryle .... .... 2 09 Stuart, Davld ...... .... 1 94 Stuart, Wllllam . . . . . .. .209 Index 251 Student Council - Zybarth STUDENT COUNCIL .... . . .96 97 THE STUDIO .............. 253 TIMARINA ..... ..... 2 I4 Tlmm, Julie .......... 104,194 Tlmmons, Traci ...... 25,82,90, 102, Stuhr, Lori ....... 80,Bl,8B,209 Sturms, Bill ................ 81 Sturms, John . ....... 79,86,194 STURMS, RONALD ....... 115, 143 Sturms, Thomas . . . ..... 79,I66, 169,176 Stych, Carle ........ 89,123,210 Stych, Dean . . ..... 66,194 stych, Dennis ..... . . . . 102,194 ssyen, Mlehele . . . . . .s9,1o4,z1o 91,117,142 Tltus, Carol . .............. 194 ,194 TItuS,DOl18ld .............2ll Titus, Laurle . . . . . . . . . .... .194 Tltus, Lavonna . . . . . . ..... .170 Todd, Clndy . . . . . 11,97,101, Vanlcek, Anton . . . . . . . . . . . .253 Vanlngen, Caroline . . . . .71,117, 21O Vandyke, Robert . . . . . . .210 VanWay, Sharon . . . . . . .171 Varner, Rlchard . . . . . . .195 VETERINARY HOSPITAL .............. 220 VOLLEYBALL, GIRLS ......... scyen, 'road . ........ 32,14,21O Suhl, Steven .............. 194 122,123,170 Todd, Terri ............... 210 Tomasson, Gayle ...... 115,117, I28,11O,176,117 Tomasson, Kevin .......... 210 Tometlch, George ....... 32,97, WNWWWNWW Wilson, Kathy ........ 1 10,195 Sulzberger, Barbara . . . . . .169 Ward, Thomas . . . . ...... . .210 FUNERAL HOME ' ' ' ' ' ' ' 137 Sulzberger, Barry ........211 Sulzberger, Craig .... . . . . .169 Swab, Paula . . . ....... 107,194 Swaln, Ellen . . . . . . Swank, Jeffrey . . . Swanson, Renee . . . Sward, Mary ..... SWIMMING-BOYS . SWIMMING-GIRLS . SWING CHOIR .... 105,107,109, 169,176 . .... 210 . .... 194 . ..... 169 . . . . 68,69 . . . . . . 70,71 . . . .IO0,IO1, 102 Symmonds, Mlchael ....... 194 Symonds, Dave ....... 186,194 Symonds, Ed ...... 102,107,169 Symonds, Sue ............. 210 SyWasslnk, Debbie ..... 81,lOI, 102,188,189,194 SyWasslnk, Dlane ..... I02,I11, 188,194 TTTTTTT Welker, Dan .............. 173 Tack, Tanya ...... Tade, Diane ...... T. G.'S DEEP ROCK Tandy, Paula ..... 104,210 ........210 ........222 ........169 Tate, Mark ..... . . .64,73,194 Tate, Monica .... ........ 6 7 Taylor, Paul .... . . . 142,194 Tennell, Eva ..... . . . 132,194 Tennell, Tamara . . TENNIS, BOYS .... TENNIS, GIRLS . . . Terranova, Denise Terranova, Douglas . ..... 169 . ...59 ... ...59 ... .....11 ......182, 194 Terrlll, Kathi . . . . . . . 80,104,210 Terrlll, Wade . . . . . . . 73,86,154, 155,159 Tesen, Jim . . . . . . 5I,lO1,109, 117,170,175,173,179 Tometlch, Leo .............. 86 Tomlln, Kelly . .... .... 1 94 Tomlln, Vlckle ..... .... 1 94 Tompkins, Laura . . . . . . .210 Tooman, Doug ..... .... 1 70 TOWN 8 COUNTRY FABRIC SIIOP ...... .... 2 20 Townsend, Candy ......... 210 Townsend, Roxanne ....... 210 Townsley, Klm ............ 170 Toyne, Randy ....... ...... 1 71 TRACK, BOYS . . . . . . 54,55,86, 37 TRACK, GIRLS .......... 56,57, 35,33,39,255 Trader, Ramona ...... 125,142, 194 TRADITIONAL COMMUNITY . . . . . . . .143 TRENT, CATI-IY . . . . . . .144 Trevlno, Jesus . . . . ....111 Trevlno, Robert . . . ...... .210 Trotter, Theresa .......... 210 Troxel, Judy ...... 62,10I,102, 123,194 Trultt, Joe ................ 210 Trultt, Steve .............. 171 Trulllnger, Patrlcla . ....... 210 Turner, Judy . . . . . . . . Tyler, Darrl . . ....... .....194 . .... 119 Tyler, Jamie . . . . . . . 118,119,171 Tyler, Thomas ....... 74,86,87, 178,210 Tyler, Tlm ........ 73,86,87,171, 176 UUUUUUU Ulch, Christopher . . . . . . .194 Umbanhowar, Je!! . . . . . . . .175 Umbanhowar, JoAnne . . . . .210 169,116 176 THORNTON U SON TESTRAKE'S .............245 TeStrake, Julie . . . . . 76,82,I88, 194 TeStrake, Marcy ....... 32,123, 169,176 Tetrlck, Yvonne ....... 104,210 Theobald, James .......... 194 TIIESPIANS .......... 106,107 THOMAS, DUANE ...... 82,143 Thomas, Mark ..... ..... I 94 Thompson, Amber ........ 110, 170,176 Thompson, Gina ....... 107,109, 170,176 Thompson, Nancy . . . . . . .194 THOMPSON, PAUL ... ...J43 TIIOPIIB, Carol . ..... . . . . . .210 PLUMBING AND HEATING ............... 231 THORP, DENNIS .......... 143 THREE-POINT SENIORS ...... 176 Thus, Francie . .......- - 77,194 Umlandt, Gary . . . . . . Umlandt, Laurle . . . . Unlverslty of Iowa . . ......21l ......21O ......253 VVVVVV VALEDICTORIANS 8 SALUTATORIANS ....... 176 VanAcker, Debbie . . . . . . .195 VanAcker, Robert . . . .... .210 Vanlllarlcome, Carrle .... 138, 111 VanBlarlcome, Tracy ..... 210 Wagner, Gary ......... .... 8 6 Wakefield, Daniel . ........ 175 Walsworth's Publlshlng Co. ..................... 253 WALTON'S NURSERY ...... 245 Ward, Alan .......... 74,81,2lO Ward, Janlce .... . .51,56,16,82, ward, Mark .... 33,39 . . . . 86,172 Waring, Erlc .... . . 104,116,119, 210 Warren, Elizabeth . . . . . . . .195 Warren, Tammy . . . . . . . . . .110 WATERMAN, STEVE Watkins, Paula . . . . . . . .... Watson, Brenda 77, 144 195 195 Watson, Cara . ...... 13,97,l28, 173,191,195 Watson, Dana . . . ...... 92,210 Watson, John . . . ........ . . .2 Watson, Kevin ...... 73,172,176 Wayson, Aileen ........... 195 WEAVER, Cl-IERYI. ........ 145 Webb, Marla .............. 210 Webb, Sally ........ 51,112,116 Weber, Debra Sue ......... 195 Weber, Greg ........... 69,195 Weber, Lynn ....... 44,10,11,92, 210 Weber, Susan . . . . . ..... 71,172 Wedeklnd, Randy . . . . .116,119, 112 Wedekln, Sue . ...... .... 1 19 Wehmeyer, Richard ....... 172 Welershauser, Mark . ...... 175 Welkert, Cralg ..... ....... 1 95 Welkert, Lorl McKl1l1p ........ 194 Welkert, Rick .... ......... 1 13 Weis, Paula Dlane . . ..... 59,90, 91,113,152,173,175,177 Welk, Steve ................ 32 Welsch, Brenda . . . . . 32,82,l6I, Welsch, Patrick . . . . Welsch, Tamara . . . . 173,175 .......115 .......2lI Wendlandt, Douglas ....... 211 WESSELS, MARGARET ....... 145 West, Deaellen . . . ...... .210 West, Mlchael .... . . . 107,195 WESTER DRUG . . ....... . . Westfall, Paula . . .... 195 Wetzel, Deborah . . . . . . 107, 173 Wetzel, Steven . . . . . . 107,195 Wetzel, Tamra . . . . . . . . . . . .195 Wetzel, Vlekl . . . . . . . . . 107,211 WHEELER, ELIZABETH . . . . . . . 23,145 wneeler, pany ......... . . .195 Whltsel, Rhonda . . ......I95 Whltsel, Rick .... ..... 7 3,173 Welgand, Klm ....... 77,89,173 Wlggs, Arlan .............. 144 Wllllams, Denise .......... 195 Willlams, Justin . . ......... 195 Wllllams, Kelly ....... 173,176 Wllllams, Mary ...... 59,90,91, 102,195 Wllllams, Thresa ...... 125,195 Wllllams, Warren ............ Wilson, Carolyn ....... 152,173 Wilson, Connle . . . WILSON V U S . . . 80,211 HARDWARE ............ 232 Wllson, Judy ...... 110,125,113 WILSON Sl-IOE STORE ..... 229 Wilson, Thersa ....... . . .195 Wlndus, Pam ........ . . .173 WIIISEPIBI, RIISSBII . . . . . .211 Wlnkel, Mark Wlnkel, Mlchlel . . . . . . . . . . .174 Witter, Susan . . . . . . ,35,l74,l16 GEORGE WITTICH FUNERAL HOME ........ 243 RALPH WITTICH Wohlers, Kristine . . . . . . 82,174 Wuodruff, Melodle ........l75 Woods, Harold . . . . . . .6s,s1,211 Woodstra, Brad . . . . . . . . .s1,93, 199,211 woonwonrn ..... ...... 2 za wonn or LIFE . . . .... .224 wonx stun! .... . . .137 Worster, Lori . . . . . Worthington, Nancy WRESTLING ....... wrigm, use . . . . . . . ........175 . . . . . . 102, 135,174,175 . . . . . . . .84 . . . 104,195 Wright, Lorraine ...... 113,174, 175,177 Wright, Valorle . . . . . .28,104, 211 Wulf, Llncla ............... 211 Wykert, Melvin ..... 38,174,230 Wykert, Tammera . . . . 110,211 Wymer,Brlan ............211 YYYYYYY YAHN, DONALD ......... 74,84, 145 Ycc ............ . .Q,16,11,1B,19 YEARBOOK ....... . 112,113,253 Yeater, Pamela ........... 211 Yedllk, Duane ............ 119 Yerrington, Allen ...... 175,230 Yerlngton, Katherine ..... . . . . 133,175 Yerlngton, Mary .......... 195 Yerlngton, Pamela ........ 195 Yerlngton, Rose ...... 82,89,175 Yerlngton, Roy ............ 195 Yocum, Rebecca ........... 195 Yohn, Debble ..... 48,49,51,175, Young, Ann . . . . ..... . . 175,230 YOUTH FOR UNDERSTANDING . . . . . . .152 Vance, Russell ........ 113,175 VanDeMaat, Vaughn ....... 195 Vanderllnden, Diane .... 32,67, 82,89,102,195 VANDERLINDEN, JANICE ..... 144 Whlsler, Joseph ....... 199,211 White, Brlan ..... ...... 2 11 White, Connie . . . ...... .211 WHITE, GARY ....... 32,12,13, 74,145 Whltlow, Anthony ......... 211 Tlecke, Lori ..... .... 84 ,210 TIERI, VINCENT ........... 144 Tletge, LuAnn ........ 32,76,90, 91,210 Tllson, Scott . . ..... 211 252 Index Vandy rllf, Jane g ..... . . . . .171 VanEst, Laurl . . . . . . . . 82,88,89, 195 VanEst, Tammy . . . . . . .I10,111, 116 Whltlow, I-Iarold . . . Whltlow, Mandy . . . . wnmew, Steven . . . . Whitmore, Karry . . . .......I95 . . .101,102, 125,173,175 . ...... 195 . . . . . . .211 Zaehrlnger, Janice . . . . . . . .175 Zellmar, Elaine ........ . . .211 Ziegenhorn, Dustin . . . . . . . 132, 195 Zlegenhorn, Lisa ...... 170,175, 176 Zlegenhorn, Terry . . .... 195 Zogg, Chrls ........ ...... 2 Zybarth, Avery .... .... 1 75 The 1300 copies of the tints were done using 1095, copy, pictures, or artwork Auroran were printed by 3005, black screens. Spot used in the book: Kevin Walsworth Publishing Com- color was done in Pantone Allchin, Todd Duncan, Bill pany using offset Matching System QPMSQ inks Kim, Mr. Dan Kitchen, Mr. lithography on 80 pound and process inks. All spot Julian Kite, Teri Lohse, Tom Regency paper. The sales colors were four-color Siering, Jeanne Rohrer, and representative was Mr. Ken process screens to match Sally Webb. Freeman and the in-plant PMS inks or actual PMS Dennis Fry for pictures production manager was colors. from the Iowa Jam appear- John Sayler. The staff would like to ing on our concert spread. The plexlglass cover was acknowledge the Muscatine Our teachers for their done by Walsworth Journal for some sports pic- patience in making Publishing Company. The tures and statistics. Senior allowances for staff front endsheet photo by photos and photography members. George Michaels and the assistance was provided by The Janitors for special back endsheet photo by Helen Bamford Studio and allowances to the staff dur- Barry Noret. The opening, Colonial Studio. The Studio ing night work sessions. division, and closing pages provided Senior pictures. A very big thank-you to type was 12 point optima, un- The underclass photos were Mr. Anton Vanlcek for allow- justified right. All other provided by Earl Gardner ing us to photograph his boat, body copy was set in 10 point Photography. "Bottoms Up". Mellor, unjustified right. All We thank all of the Bandag Photo depart- captions type was eight point following who have helped to ment for developing our Optima with caption lead-ins "MAKE IT WORK". endsheet picture. set in eight point Optima Colonel Charles E. The Auroran Yearbook Bold. All headlines and the Savedge and the instructors is a member of Iowa High advertising section were set, at Ball State University. School Press Association, by hand by the Auroran staff John Butler and the in- Columbia Scholastic Press using Letraset, Formatt, and structors at University of Association, National School Chartpak type and tooling Iowa. Yearbookfllewspaper As- lines. The students and sociation and National Schol- Backgrounds and gray teachers who contributed astic Press Association. Index 253 Lost in the confusion, existing, Big Bird tl.orri Ansorll appears frightehedlby'theirnass leaving' 1 the Bird Assembly. As visiting MHS is apnew experience for the feathery, yellow creature, ' cdlle e and careers will bernew ex 'eriences for 8 P 'WY Sfaduaws- be - . as emories reflect a year that passed too quickly for some, too slowly for others. In a relatively short period of time we truly have come a long way. Spirit was a spark that caught on in the fall, carrying us bravely through another football season of torment and defeat. Despite the unsuccessful season which set a new state record of thirty-five straight losses we kept that spark alive with hope. By the time basketball season had begun, we had kindled the spark into a flame. By the close of the season it was a roaring bonfire. Going to state is the dream of every school. Few ever come close, even fewer make it. Our basketball team came close, and the feeling of pride was once again on our side. There was little, if any, time for boredom during Christmas vacation with our organized school dances. The pom-pon girls came up with the Christmas Goose dance in which a Goose and Gander were crowned. Student Council followed with a dance on New Year's Eve, complete with balloons, hats and the Chatauqua Road Band. ,K g Tower of power.,The Weed Park water tower G was conquered by the class of '77 in efforts to ' w 5 raise spirit. duringtlomecoming week. ..,. , i 1254 Closing ' ' ,,,'s, my i U Together . . . I f if f C N pring brought her 'third quarter slumps' but the blahs were not the epidemic they were in other years. Most people got over them as quickly as the spring sports had begun. The Girls Golf team finished the season boasting a pre-state record of 16-1. The Boys Swimming team placed sixth out of thirty teams at state. Girls Track broke eighteen records and along with the boy's team, sent runners, fielders and hurdlers to State. Boys Tennis had a memorable season placing second in the Mississippi Valley Conference. Student Council organized Bird Day in accordance with a state code and an in-school holiday was observed. Whether or not Big Bird will grace the halls of MHS next year or another Bird Assembly will be held is unknown. But we know it worked this year. J The three point senior luncheon at Grain Processing Corporation entertained and informed seniors with slide presentation and a guided tour through the plant. The feeling of victory, accomplishment and pride was strong in all sports and activities this year. Kevin Ballenger's expression displays this feeling. Closing 255 A4 We Mad ItW0fl1 f 256 Closing, e broke a lot of traditions but one remained unchanged despite the bitterness, harassment and anger the idea caused. One small suggestion to allow sophomores to go to the junior-Senior Prom snowballed into a battle of arguments and letters-to-the-editor in which everyone seemed to point the finger at everyone else. In the final outcome Unity is an important factor in any schoc activity Beliefgi ourselves and what we cal it work. i l r i i i r r W 1 hard feelings subsided and prom turned from a hassel back into the quiet, lavish affair it had always been. Memories reflect a busy year, one too full and too detailed to comment on in such a small space. Can't remember? lust turn back, it's all here. Soon the memory of this year will fade into our past with all the others. But we will never forget the challenges and our accomplishments. We were determined to make this year a special one, and we did. We made it work. ., .,.,, fs Q' 1 f .,. f i f , J if ,J 5 y y. VV,., i efres i "" ,'..,i e V , fm . 2 ,4 4- 'MTM ef f? - " . ,f V Caughtyup in a daydream, joe Steinke takes ' time out ,to think aboutwhat might someday be reality, Daydreaming is a leisure way of looking X I into the futurgf.. K my


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