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Center left: I seem to have this craving for flies.
Center right: Do YOU know what day it is?
Top right: Where do I sit?
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Top Center Left: Oh boy, do I need help.
Top Center Right: A real pro in the science lab.
Top Right: I say Watson, that's profound
Bottom Left: Camera shock!
Bottom Center: What an advertisement for us!
Bottom Right: What are you looking for, Sam?
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Top Left: Rising to new heights.
Center Left: It went up. When is it coming down?
Center Right: Hats off to graphic arts.
Top right: Put your head on my shoulder.
Bottom Left: Erik likes older women.
Bottom Center: Get a little closer.
Bottom Right: jennifer, you want a bite?
A A A
BACK TO SCHOOL
In the summer you can't wait
for school to come around so that
you can see all of your friends.
Then, when you get back to
school you can't wait for summer
vacation. It is even difficult to wait
Student life is a time to have fun
and not to get caught. Making a
fool of yourself to show school
spirit, looking forward to week-
ends, and being with friends de-
fine student life. Student life is
worrying about the next test, get-
ting wet during passing time, fall-
ing on the ice, running to get
to class after lunch, and trying to
find a parking space.
Student life has hardships like
staying up until 3 a.m. to do a 10
page research paper. It is the fear
of having to stay up late to do
homework and wake up early to
get ready for another long day of
brown-nosing your teachers. But
the life ofa student is the greatest!
Left: Three cheers for school.
Right: Neenah students always make a big splash.
What's the big secret, Letha?
Good friends stick together.
Late night entertainment.
Don 't fall down.
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SENIORS PICK FAVORITES
All Kings, and all their favorites,
All glory of honors, beauties, wits . . .
Most Handsome Couple
Amy Votava and
Most Winning Smile
Best Boy Athlete
Best Girl Athlete
Most Challenging Class
Senior Most Likely to
Senior With Most Pleasing
Tara K oplien
joe Bachman and
Favorite Sports Team
The Cosby Show
"Twist and Shout"
Slippery When Wet
Favorite Radio Station
S TUDEN T L IFE 13
AH - HOMEWORK
Homework may not kill me but why take the ll
Let's face it. We cannot
really have all of the fun of
school without some of the
pain - classes and home-
work. After all, the taxpayers
may object to supporting
this institution if we do not
at least pretend that we are
learning something. So -
off we go to class - day after
day after day.
We do have to admit that
at least our classes do offer
somevariety. In our labs we
get to play at being mad sci-
entists and in the shops we
can begin building for the
future - one that we might
not have if the mad scientists
have their way - the real
ones not the ones at NHS.
Choir and band also give
us a chance to let off steam
and be at our best - making
noise, that is. Of course, we
have to make up for the
crushing silence during all of
the boring lectures.
Top: We are all making beautiful music, aren't we?
Left: Oh, come on now, that's not nice.
Center right: Now that's what I call being engrossed in a book.
Bottom: lust to prove that the Rocket aims to please, we were
able to get senior Todd Allen 's picture into the book with just
two weeks to deadline.
14 STUDENT LIFE
PLAY MOVIE TRIVIA
1. What was the name of Scarlet O'Hara's
plantation in Gone With the Wind?
2. Who does Humphrey Bogart say "Here's
looking at you kid" to in Casablanca?
3. What famous American starred in Bedtime
4. Who was Humphrey Bogart's co-star in
The African Queen?
5. In what two movies did Paul Newman star
as Fast Eddie Felson?
6. Who were the two directors of Indiana
lones and the Temple of Doom?
7. What was james Stewart's occupation in
8. What was the name of the town in lt's a
9. What famous blonde starred in Some like
10. What was the profession of Warren Beat-
ty's in Heaven Can Wait?
17. What three actresses starred in Crimes of
12. Who was the leading lady in the 1976 ver-
sion of King Kong?
13. How did lack Nicolson die in One Flew
Over the Cookoo's Nest?
14. What endangered species was saved by
the crew of the Enterprise in Star Trek IV?
15. What movie star was john Hinckley infatu-
16. What happened to Dudley Moore when
he smelled the roses at Bo Derek 's wedding in
17. Who played the role of the president in
18. What is the name of Han Solo's ship in Star
19. In the movie, where did Butch Cassidy and
29. What role did Robert Redford play in The
30. Who co-starred with Grace Kelly in To
Catch a Thief?
31. What is the name of the mouse in An
32. Who starred as a teacher for the deaf in
Children of a Lesser God?
33. What movie, named after a well known
Ben E. King song, was based on a Stephen
King short story?
34. What did Eddie Murphy have to carry
when he went into the pit in The Golden
35. What character did Harrison Ford play in
36. What does Robert Redford do in the mid-
dle of the night when he can't sleep in Legal
372 What was the name of Ferris Bueler's
friend in Ferris Bueler's Day Off?
38. What character is portrayed by Anthony
Perkins in Psycho?
39. Name the movie that teams Humphrey
Bogart and Lauren Bacall in a story about a
fishing boat captain who reluctantly gets in-
volved in fighting the Nazis?
40. What movie won the 1961 Academy
Award for best picture and enhances the Ro-
meo and luliet theme?
41. What movie stars Sally Field as a news re-
porter and Paul Newman as a mobster's son?
42. What is Dan Akroyd's favorite food in The
43. What movie starring Richard Dreyfuss and
Ron Howard involves a night of chasing girls,
racing cars and hanging out at the local drive-
50. What handicap does the butler have in
Murder by Death?
51. For what Movie did Dustin Hoffman win
an Academy Award in 1979?
52. Who wrote the screenplay for The Odd
53. Who directed Ordinary People?
54. In what high school sport did Micheal L
Fox excel after he became a Werewolf in Teen
55. What colorful movie starred Oprah Win-
56. What kind of hat does the lawman chasing
after Butch and Sundance wear?
57. What movie teamed Sean Penn and Timo-
thy Hutton working as spies against the gov-
58. What actor won an Academy Award for
best actor in High Noon?
59. What movie was directed by Steven Spiel-
berg and stars Richard Dreyfuss?
60. What song does Michael I. Fox sing in Back
to the Future?
61. What year will the last Friday the 13th
movie be made in?
62. Name the ruthless comedy in which Dan-
ny DeVito is all too happy to find that his wife
has been kidnapped.
63. What word did the young girl see written
in the mirror in The Shining?
64. What movie won the Academy Award for
best picture in 1965?
65. What was the name of the computer .in
2001: Space Odyssey?
Answers on page 176.
the Sundance Kid get killed?
20. What was Robert Redford's named in The
21. What was the name of the villian in The
22. What movie portrayed Timothy Hutton as
a troubled teen trying to cope with the death
of his brother?
23. Which branch of the armed services did
Tom Cruise fly for in Top Gun?
24. Who did the soundtrack for The Gra-
25. In what college town was Back to School
26. What magazine did Michael work for in
The Big Chill?
7. In Footloose, what team was Kevin Bacon
,8. Who wrote, directed and starred in Wis-
44. What song did Frankenstein and the Mon-
ster sing in Young Frankenstein?
45. Who starred as Calamity lane?
46. Where were the Olympics held in Chari-
ots of Fire?
47. What occupation does Freddy take up in
Nightmare on Elm Street ll?
48. Who wrote The Godfather?
49. Who directed Cocoon?
STUDENT LIFE 15
Top: I can't believe I ate the whole thing.
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Center: Whooping it up on Saturdays.
Bottom: What kind of Rocket power are we discuss-
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He hath no leisure who useth it not.
What movie describes your
weekends? Since at NHS we
have a variety of students,
there will obviously be a vari-
ety of answers: from Animal
House and Pink Floyd the
Wall at the midnight movie to
Stand By Me and Top Gun on
a quiet date.
Many of us spend our Fri-
day nights getting hoarse yell-
ing for Neenah Rocket teams.
If the student does not lose
his voice at the game, he can
at the dance ofterwards.
Some have participated in
the well known mud-bowls
with the Park East side of town
vs. the West Side. Others at-
tend concerts such as The Call
or the Monkees.
On the weekends in be-
tween there were always ski
trips sponsored by the Ski Inn
or tobagganing runs down
When the weather is bad,
the shoppers hit the mall and,
of course, the new Marshall
Fields and Tj Maxx. Finally on
Sundays we spend time think-
ing about the past two nights
and maybe even doing some
So have you figured out
what movie fits your week-
ends? Animal House? Re-
venge of the Nerds? The
Scandal Sheet? Hopefully, it is
not Back to School.
Top: Movies continue to be a big draw with students on weekends.
Bottom left: Although most try to avoid it, work - especially the labor
intensive kind - catches up with some students on weekends.
Bottom right: At slumber parties catchin 40 zz's is the same as any port in
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Top left: I thought it was raspberry beret!
Center left: The Preacher and the Gang5ter - what a
movie that would make.
Center right: What's in the bag, babe!
Top right: Smile, kids, it's red and white day.
Bottom left: We're real Cool!
Center left: What a goal for a liberated woman!
Center right: Clear for take oftf
Bottom right: Foul ball!
20 STUDENT LIFE
DRESSED TO THE TEETH
observ d of all observers!
The glass of fashion and the mould of form, The
Despite the fact that our
generation holds conserva-
tive views, many of the styles
and fads which are popular
represent a liberal lifestyle.
Far from traditional, hair-
styles are often a variety of
colors, spiked every which
way, or pulled back with an
abundant supply of styling
gel. Girls like long, wavy
styles secured at the back of
the head in a banana bar-
Another hit is the line of
clothing produced by the
Coco Cola company. The
product line includes ever-
ything from jeans, shirts and
sweatshirts to book bags and
Traditionally, there are the
usual Tretorns, Reeboks, Mi-
tresand Adidas, but older
shoe styles have been re-
vised to suit the fashions of
today. Boots are reminiscent
of black, lace-up wrestling
boots. Also popular are
slightly heeled western style
boots, often complete with
buckles or fringe.
The staples of the Ameri-
can teenage wardrobe have
also maintained their grip.
Oxfords and polos, particu-
larly Ralph Lauren polos, and
Guess jeans continue to be
widely popular. The educa-
tional scene at times even
looks refined as students
dress up wearing skirts,
jumpers and dress pants.
Denim also continues its
popularity with rhinestone
studded shirts and zippered
Top left: Does the hair come with the skateboard?
Top center: An artistic achievement in hair and oil painting.
Bottom left: Does coke pay you to advertise?
Center left: Stylish sophs model new fashions.
Center right: Punk styles abound this year at NHS.
Bottom right: Aboard the good ship Lollipop.
STUDENT LIFE 21
Top left: Hi, Mom.
nter left: juniors show their strength.
Top center right: Old folks join in.
Top right: Swaying to the music.
Bottom left: Seniors take the Crown.
Bottom Center: Am I having fun yet?
Bottom right: Say Cheese.
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Each morning of the
school year, students with-
out driving privileges rush to
their bus stops, manuever
their bicycles out through
cluttered garages, wait for a
ride from a friend, older sib-
ling, or parent, or simply
walk to school. Although
their minds may be cluttered
with thoughts of the coming
school day, there are few
who do not envision, at least
briefly, the time when they
will no longer be utterly de-
pendent either upon others
for transportation or upon
the weather for conditions
suitable for biking or walking
This contemplation of the
momentous day when one is
the driver, instead of the rid-
er, gives the student a pleas-,
ant, hopeful feeling, which
helps him or her tolerate
having to be outside on dark,
freezing, Wisconsin winter
When the much looked
forward to day finally arrives,
students are at first over-
whelmed at being able to ad-
just their car or truck 's radio,
temperature, and speed.
They thrill to the thought of
being able to pick their times
of arrival and departure and
fit them to their own prefer-
ences. They have the free-
dom of their own wheels -
It is not long, however, be-
fore the new driver will ex-
perience a journey into the
darker side of transporta-
tion. It might even be during
the first outing that the stu-
Top center: lt's got 2.9 written all over it.
Top right: Where are the roller skates, Ryan?
Bottom left: Hey, babe, do you want a ride?
Left center: Chrysler's new hood ornament?
Ri ht center: Where's the steering wheel?
Bottom right: No place like home.
Cheer up, Tammy, you own it.
Nice car. Too bad I don't have keys.
24 STUDENT LIFE
dent is locked outside of his
or her roadster lremember
that day, lenny?i during the
worst thunderstorm of the
season. Or, perhaps there
will be an encounter with
the law, lost car keys, a dead
battery, or an empty gas
tank. In addition the student
will suffer from perpetually
empty pockets resulting
from the strain of vehicle
maintainence costs upon the
Amid this sea of new wor-
ries and responsibilities, the
young driver may even long
for the time when someone
else provided the transpor-
tation. Then even the old
yellow bus won't look so
STUDENT LIFE 25
'86 COURT, PARADE, DANCE
Top Center: Principal
Larry Lewis congratulates
homecoming king and
queen, Tammy Lepsch
and Steve Camber.
Court lflock wisei: Seniors
Steve Laux and Amy Vo-
tava, sophomores julie
Borden and jason Neitzel,
juniors Shelly Carlson and
Rob Buksyk, seniors
Marty Christensen and
Lori Dickow, and seniors
Sean Perry and Colleen
Bottom left: Seniors think
they're number one.
Bottom right: Sopho-
mores tromp on Oshkosh.
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Class of '87, a unique one. We
are the first class to spend three
years at Shattuck followed by
three years at Armstrong. There-
fore, all our education has been
directed by Larry Lewis. Our class
was also the first to find driver's
education no longer a part of the
regular school curriculum.
Being a senior has a serious side.
In the summer every college
floods the postal system with bro-
chures amd flyers. Tests are taken
and applications are filled out.
Fortunately, acceptance and re-
jection notices will not be re-
ceived until April, when the sen-
ior year unofficially ends as we
look forward to skip day and
As for school spirit, in spite of
taking three third places in float
building, we did win the 1986
spirit award and the cheering
contest for two years. NHS, you
won 't forget us.
Left: Darth Vader and Luke Skywalker do battle in chem lab,
Center: On your mark! Get set! loe!
Right: Another day in Mercury commons.
Swim team friendship.
Crazy in the commons.
What? Rachel helping with trig?!
Aha! I know all the answers.
NEENAH HIGH SCHOOL
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TIFIE BEST YEARS OF OUR LIVES
Top: Come on, Pam, you can't be
Center left: Going all the way to the
Center right: Eyes that sparkle,
Bottom.' Deep minds have deep
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Dennis Capelle jeffrey Carew
Cheri Charlier Terri Chartrand
jay Cartwright Keith Cason-Gossett
Theodore C hristofil
Karen Ciriacks Elissa Coats
Tamara Cox jennifer Crockett
Al Cummings Paul Dahms
Scott Day Peter Deboer
Cheryl Cross Mark Cross
Laurie Davis Kelly Day
Patrick Dennis D3 Wfl Devine
jeffrey Donato Nancy Dordel Arm DFHVGS Pamela Dube
David Dunning Sharon Eake Brian Ehrenberg Ingrid Ehrlich
Renee Ertl james Fahrenkrug Catherine Farrell jeffrey Fedenko
Michelle Duca yet
Tammy Fellner Lonnie Fenner David Finger
Ann Figgher Kenneth Flafoff Pamela Florek Nicole Florence Carol Fluette
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Kelley Hanrahan Brian Hans Melissa Harder Lisa Harding
Teresa Hase Carolyn Heinen Christopher Shan Marie Herbst Troy Hietpas
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Scott johnson jennifer jones Patrick jugo Shawn jurgella
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Keith Kemp jean Kempf Kristopher Kimball jennifer King
joseph K naack Melissa K nopp Jody K oeller Debbie K ofler
Tara Koplien Donald Kortbein Tina Krahn 530' Kfamef
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Michael K onsek
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Sarah Michalkie wicz
john Meyer Shelby Meyer Theresa Meyer
Charles Miller Jeffery Miller Mark Missall
Lori Moede Chad Moen Letha Morrison
Tina Muth Charlotte Nagel Rolland Sam Nail
Pamela Nash William Neal Kim Nelson Malee Nerenhausen
Wendy Neumeyer Lara Nilson Cheri Noffke john Noll
Tina Nollenberg jeffrey Noordyk Tricia Notzke Jeffrey O'Brien Erik Olson
james Omernik Lynda Orlando Lisa Osinski
Connie Otto Doug Otto Michael Otto
Greg Patovisti jeff Patovisti Gail Paulson
Scott Pedersen jeffrey Pergolski Sean Perry
Nicholas Pachma yer
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Carolyn Piantek Darren Piette Lisa Piette
Sheri Pilon David Platta Lisa Pottner Paula Prey Todd Price
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David Reiter Tori Remick Natasha Roal
David Robak Laura Roberts
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Shane Rogers Scott Roh
Phillip Ruer jennifer Russell
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Linda Schilling Da vid Schindler
Patti Schmitzer Esther Schneider
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Wendy Smith Anita Sorensen Gwen Spang
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Tom Stout Greg Strand Pamela Strebel Carl Sukanen
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Top left: Studying? In Trig class!
Top right: Are commons meant for studying?
Center left: How does physics look behind Venetian blinds?
Center right.' Get your feet down!
Bottom left: Climbing high!
Bottom center: Hi, Liga!
Bottom right: The wolf said to Little Red Riding Hood, "What beautiful
eyes you have. "
Top left: Parrying the blow!
Top center: Such studiousness in the commons.
Top right: Let's see what happens when I add this.
Bottom left: A shocking experience.
Bottom center: Now if this isn't the picture of innocence.
Bottom right: A new version of Prince Charming.
Extra-curricular activities and
organizations are an important
part of the educational environ-
ment at Neenah High School. The
various groups cover the entire
scope of student life.
Some activities such as the for-
eign language clubs re-inforce
classroom learning. Many clubs
challenge the intellectual abilities
of their members. journalistic and
photographic skills are gained in
publication clubs. Helping other
people is the goal of service orga-
nizations. Co-ops train students
for that all important first job after
Musical students can improve
their talents in jazz band, pep
band, swing choir or pop strings.
Organizations are, however, not
all work. Good times, new friend-
ships, and the chance to serve our
school community are pleasant
Left: We got the beat.
Center: And a one and a two ,.,
Right: Neenah's own 237.
The big N.
Taken any good pictures lately?
Brian is Neenah's drummer boy.
Peeking in the teacher's gradebook?
HERE'5 LUOKI ' AT YOU
Row 1: jodi Quick, jennifer Grinsel,
Chris Beringer, joan Schaper, Laura
Hitesman, Alesha Golden, Pam
Dube, Kathy D'Amico. Row 2: Tori
Remick, Lisa Labre, April Wiegert,
Colleen McCarragher, Letha Morri-
son, Pam Florek, Lisa Harding, Bren-
da Velasco, Kristin lsaacsen. Row 3:
Beth Anderson, jenny Kleist, Ron
Lutz, Erik Rasmussen, Lynn Krueger,
Mike Gregory, Chris Golden, Nat
Collins, Tracy Shukosk y, Chelsea
Coan, Eric johnson, Traci Karnopp,
jody Harpt. Absent: john Carlson,
jay Cartwright, Nancy Mattes, Eric
Kammer, Scott Steinfort, Chris Last,
Karen Ciriacks, Debbie Smith, Car-
rie Oashger, Kim Palmer, Erin Rid-
dell, jaymee Schubert.
"You ought to be in pictures" is
the theme of the 1987 Rocket. The
movie potential of students, faculty
and organizations is explored within
these pages. To carry out the theme
the staff has used film strips on many
of the pages to give students a
chance to see themselves as they
would appear "on camera. " In addi-
tion, movie titles have been used as
headlines or sub-heads on the divi-
sion, groups, and sports pages.
One of the most obvious require-
ments ofa theme involving the cine-
ma is lots of pictures. Early in the fall,
yearbook photographers began tak-
ing the many candids that appear in
this book. At least five additional
photos are needed for every film-
strip page. The photographers in-
dustriousness resulted in an over-
abundance of great shots.
Editors, of course, are given the
responsibility of making all of the
major decisions involving theme,
layout, and organization of the
Rocket. The staff implements these
decisions at the weekly meetings.
Then the captions and copy must be
typed into the computer and each
page must be indexed.
A new feature this year of the jos-
ten's computer word processing
disks is the addition of a page by
page indexer. This is the first
that the staff has been able to
the laborious task of indexing
Finally the Rocket staff recogniz
debts to several people and orga
zations The Post Crescent helps o
each year with sport photograp
and Classic Studios of Wausau to
the group pictures. Camera an
Card does all of the yearbook pic
ture developing, and Milo Barnab
the josten's representative, mee
with the staff and helps solve ar
problems that come up during tl:
page by hand.
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Dr. Victor Frankenstein .,....
Elizabeth Lavenza ,...,.......
Mrs. Frankenstein Shan Herbst
Henry Clerval . Alex Wollangk
Willa ........... jenny Larsen
justine Moritz . . . Lisa Hoyman
Igor ........... Tom Romnek
The Monster .... Martin Day
Felix ..........., james Tews
Maria ........,.. Ticia Wilden
A servant ..... Amparo Garin
A nurse ...... jenny Schuerer
Assistant Director ...... jenny
FRANK ENS TEIN
SCORES A HIT
NHS 's first production of the 1986-87 season enhanced
the fright and excitement of Halloween with Franken-
stein: the Monster Play.
Sophomores and first time actors dominated the cast.
Special effects produced by the technical crew added to
the excitement of the play.
Frankenstein 's creation, the Monster, came to life in the
first act and began terrorizing the household and village.
Victims included relatives and friends of Frankenstein.
Mobs of villagers roamed the countryside in search of the
creature who was finally destroyed as the Frankenstein
mansion burned to the ground. He died holding Dr. Fran-
kenstein 's fiance in his arms.
Directed by Rod johnson, the play's special effects
were guided by james Vorland.
Above: Family friend Henry Clerval comforts Dr. Frankenstein 's fiance.
Center: Mrs. Frankenstein will learn that she needs more than medica-
tion. Below: An especially ferocious snarl for the cameras.
Drama Club supports all dramatic activi-
ties at NHS. Most of the students either
act in or work behind the scenes of the
major productions. In addition, club
members sell tickets, usher at Pickard, and
raise money for activities such as a trip to
see a professional production. This year
Lisa Piette is in charge of ushers and coat
DRAMA CLUB Row 7. f0dl
Noordyk, jenny Schuerer, Lisa
Labre, Heather Hofslund, Amy
Buck, Lynda Orlando, Lisa Hoy-
man, judy McGinnis. Row 2: Pam
Braun, jennifer Brown, Susan
Franz, Katrina Anderson, Renee
Wilhoit, Amparo Garin, Kathy
Hinkfuss, Rhonda Rawls, Lisa
Piette. Row 3: jenny Larsen, Emi-
ly Mueller, Mary Shandonay,
Tori Remick, Erin Riddell, jeff
Blair, Alex Wollangk, jolene Or-
lando, Laura Seager, Ara Pach-
mayer, Kim Palmer. Row 4: Chris
Grunwald, Tom Stout, Stacy
Rogers, Russ Moder, john Bon-
nin, jim Tews, Martin Day, Chris
Last, Wayne Fritz, Tom Romnek,
Erik Rasmussen, Rod johnson.
"Music soothes the savage
beast" or so the saying goes.
But can this famous quotation
apply to a marching band?
Hardly! Stirring up the emo-
tions of the home crowd while
entertaining the fans is the pur-
pose of the field performances
and sideline music at football
games. In addition, the banaj
playing rousing marches, re-
presents the NHS community
at local and out of town pa-
Row 1: jill Freier, Dawn K rotje. Row 2: Gerald Chara-
pata, Carrie K uehl, Missy Laflex, Deanne Schmidt,
julie Alatalo, Heather Hofslund, Brenda Velasco, An-
gie Fahrenkrug. Row 3: Shawnelle Monson, Ann Fi-
scher, Debbie Bletzinger, Alesha Golden, Shelly
johnson, Linda VanDyke, Stacy Klapper, Brenda
johnson. Row 4: Elizabeth Boland, Lynne Downs,
Kristine Goltz, David Anklam, Angela Block, julie
Peters, Lorinda Neerhof Row 5: Keri Hepp, Mary
Kiesling, Scott Treml, Chris Kuhn, Susan Romnek,
Kristin Stutzman, Sara Randall, Kim Hood. Row 6:
Greta Anderson, Brian Redfield, Kathy Lewis, Carol
Fluette, Harry Miller, Roy Park, Andrew Steffen,
Matthew Zachek. Row 7: Pat Pedersen, joseph
Wojtowicz, jenny Larsen, Lisa Hoyman, justin Freier,
Shawn Kiesau, Kevin Klitz, Shawn Nelson. Row 8:
Marty Robinson, Chris Wasco, Greg Chronis, Mike
Brill, Ingrid Ehrlich, Heidi Andersen, Erik Olson,
Troy Berndt. Row 9: Chris Rucci, joshua O'Mara,
Kevin Davis, Thomas Terhorst, Brandy Mindorff
Amy Bierman, Alyn Beckman. Row 10: Leland An-
derson, Brian Boycl David K litz, Craig Tonagel, Mike
D'Amico, Mark Hobart, Danford K ern. Row 11: Dave
Dunning, jeff Roberts, Pat Fahrenkrug, john Steiner,
Shane Roh, Kevin Voss, Mark Anderson. Row 12:
Shannon Gumma, Dana Moede, Teresa Hase, Lori
Moede, Charlotte Nagel. Row 13: Andy Wilke. Ab-
sent: Kim Sugden, Kim Palmer, Cindy Spiegel, Gen
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Row 1: Shannon Gumma, Angie Fahrenkrug,
Deborah Bletzinger, Branda johnson, Stacy
K lapper, Shelly johnson, Alesha Golden, junie
Alatalo, Deanna Schmidt, Heather Hofslund,
Linda VanDyke, Ann Fisher, Shawnelle Mon-
son. Row Z: Lynne Downs, Lorinda Neerhoti
Sara Randall, Kristin Stutzman, Mary K iesling,
Stephanie Wojtowicz, Brenda Velasco, Kim
Hood, Sue Romnek, Angie Block, Andrew
Stephan, Beth Boland, Dana Moede, jane
Bond. Row 3: Dawn Krotje, Lori Moede, Scott
Treml, Dave Anklam, Mark Anderson, Harry
Miller, Brandy Mindorfh jane Brotski, Chris
Rucci, Kevin Davis, Alyn Beckman, Tom Ter-
horst, josh O'Mara, Amy Bierman. Row 4: Lisa
Hoyman, julie Peters, Chris Kuhn, Kris Goltz,
Pat Fahrenkrug, Gene Boland, Michael D'A-
mico, Leland Anderson, David Dunning, Da-
vid Klitz, Brian Redfield, Greta Anderson,
Carol Fluette, Kathy Lewis, Matthew Zachek.
Row 5: Brian Brost, Shane Roh, john Swenson,
Kevin Voss, Chris Wasco, Dave K iesling, Greg
Chronis, Pat Pedersen, Eric Olson, Andrew
Wilke, Mike Brill, Marty Robinson, jill Freier,
THE MUSIC MA
Shawn Nelson, Heidi Andersen, Kevin Klitz,
Shawn Kiesau, joe Wojtowicz, Ingrid Ehrlich,
Jenny Larsen, Keri Hepp, jerry Charapata. Ab-
sent: john Steiner, Danford Kern, jeff Rob-
erts, Roy Park, Carrie Kuehl, justin Freier,
Troy Berndt, Brian Boyd, Mark Hobart, Cindy
Spiegel, jacqueline justice, Teresa Hase,
Tammy Schmidt, Craig Tonagel, Melissa La-
Flex, Dan Benson.
Above: Don't the suckers get in the way of the reeds, mouthpieces,
At right: Neenah's music man strikes up the band.
Row 1: Shelly Spiegelberg, Cate Pi-
chon, jenny Blanchfield, Stephani
Toll, Eric TremL Andrea Heck, Amy
Zimmerman. Row 2: Chris Breier,
jennifer Gregory, Kelly K leveno,
Wendy Friedrich, Sean jackson, Tim
Manteufel, Amy Gloede, Patti
Krueger, Scott Treml. Row 3: Lynda
VanDyke, Heather Hofslund, An-
gela Fahrenkrug, Shannon Gumma,
Stephanie Wojtowicz, Lisa Hoyman.
Row 4: Brian Redfield, Greta Ander-
son, Kathy Lewis, Carol Fluette,
Mike Brill, jill Freier, Marty Robin-
son, David Dunning, David K litz, Le-
land Anderson, Andrew Wilke. Row
5: Brian Brost, Mark Robinson, julie
Ward Keri Puechner, Pam Strebel,
Susan Franz, Amy Stafford, Len Han-
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POP STRING MEMBERS: Row 1: Kelly Kleveno, Ann Henshaw, Bauer, Shelly Spiegelberg, Lisa Frazzel, Marty Robinson, julie
Andrea Heck. Row 2: Susan Franz,-Eric Treml, Amy Zimmer- Ward, Kathy D'Amico, jenny Gloede, David Dunning. Absent:
man, Tim Manteufel, Pam Strebel. Row 3: Scott Treml, Lori Steve Konsek.
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SWING CHOIR MEMBERS: Rachel Alsteen, Leland Ander- Dawn Krotje, jim Lewis, jodi Maxymek, Mike Rieden, john
son, Mark Anderson, Debbie Bletzinger, Mike Brill, Brian Robertson, Todd Schroeder, Dave Shultz, Laura Seager,
Brost, Sean Brownson, Pat Fahrenkrug, jason Fellows, jill Sara Seitz, Katie Skeans, Amy Stafford, Suzanne Suprise,
Freier, Wendy Friedrich, jennifer Goetz, Shannon Gumma, joan Tao, Sarah Tracy, jake VanderZanden, Tag Vine, Eliza-
1 Wendy Hanson, Chris joch, Elizabeth justice, Dan Kearny, beth Wilhelm.
SINGIN' THE RAI
CHOIR MEMBERS Beth Anderson, Shannon
Buckingham, Tammy Cox, Tammy Darling,
Mary Francart, Laurie Glick, Kelly johnson,
Christine Kuhnel, Tami Llewellyn, Christina
Maki, Heidi Oestreich, Christine Printz, Sara
Tracy, Stacy Wetzel, Sandra Zeske, Pam
Steele, julie Felsteoj Angela Sacco, Elizabeth
Acton, Rachel Alsteen, Mark Anderson,
Christy Armentrout, Sean Brownson, Keith
Gossett, Brad Clark, Mike Connolly, jennifer
Crockett, Heidi Ehrenberg, Amy Folske, jill
Freier, Wendy Friedrich, Wayne Fritz, jenny
Goetz, Shannon Gumma, Lori jesse, Chris
joch, Connie jury, Elizabeth justice, Dan
Kearny, jeff Koslowski, Melissa LaFlex, Kris-
tine LaMarche, Lisa LaPierre, Melody LaPierre,
jim Lewis, Traci Mathison, jodi Maxymek, Teri
Meyer, Shelly Mueller, Kristine Muenzel, Kari
Nollenberg, jim Northway, Kristine Peck,
Scott Pedersen, john Robertson, Kent Rohde,
Todd Schroeder, David Schultz, Laura Seager,
Mary Shandonay, jennifer Sickels, Daria Si-
mon, Robert Smith, Pam Sorensen, Amy Staf-
ford, Sue Suprise, Dana Tans, Stephanie Taves,
jody Ventura, Elizabeth Wilhelm, Vicki Young,
Pat Fahrenkrug, Chris Michel, Linda Schilling,
Lana Grev, Renee Willhoit, jim Buckner.
Heather Ables, Loretta Adkins, Nanette Bu-
genhagen, Laurie Canfield, jason Fellows,
Becky Friedauer, jody Fuhrmann, Kristen
Funk, Vicky Gambsky, jenny Godec, judy
Hamilton, Wendy Hanson, jody Harpt, Craig
Hass, Ann jensen, Greg Koller, Tina Krablean,
Mark Lemke, Kathy Lewis, Lionel Llyod, Mike
McMillan, julie Medsker, Heidi Meyer, Mike
Neal, jason Olsen, Ara Pachmayer, Kim
Laakso, Barb Paulson, Lisa Pawlacyk, Kris Pe-
dersen, Scott Printz, Mike Rieden, Erik Roal,
Ronnette Rubsam, Stephanie Sauriol, Mary
Schmidtke, jennifer Schuerer, jeannette
Scribner, Andy Semrad, Patty Shutt, Chad
Siehr, Pat Sorenson, jenny Stark, Mary Stuart,
Chad Strozewski, joan Tao, Dawn Tesch, jean-
nie Tesch, Sarah Tracy, Sara Vanevenhoven,
Tag Vine, Susan Weisshahn, Alex Wollangk,
Bobbie Zeske, jacqueline justice.
A HARD DAY'S NIGHT
Row 7: jenny Ramsey, Laurie Lovedale, Alisa
Knutson, jenny Godec, Andy Semrad, Kim
Kitzinger, Claudia Weiland, Kristin Fetters,
Alesha Golden, jennifer DeNicolis. Row 2:
Eric johnson, Rhonda Rawls, Maggie McCar-
ragher, Patty Shutt, Ericka Beck, Kristie
Schmidt, Wendy Armstrong, Kelsey Geisler,
jodi Van Marter, jessie Koeppel, Katie De-
vine. Row 3: Wendy Hanson, jeannette
Scribner, Sarah Tracy, Tammy Frank, Sonya
Craig, Kathy Hinkfuss, Nanette Bugenhagen,
Kim Sarnecki, Terry Biettler, jill Resch, Trista
jacobs. Row 4: Michelle Breister, Karin Tans,
Mike Porsche, Brad Miller, Mike Gerstner,
Steve Brown, Drew Fesler, Steve Konsek, Pat
Sorensen, jason Nietzel, jessie Bennetts,
SOPHOM OR E
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At left: Row 1: David Dubberstein, Todd Erickson, Andrew Paulus, Michael
MCA voy, Greg Ansems, Rick Getschow, Robert Retzlaff Row 2: Kirstin Cox,
Shelly Sturges, Dan Eckstein, Michael Darrow, Vicki Young, jamie Lau-
tenschlager, jennifer Czeck, Traci Karnopp, Nancy Mattes. Above: Row 1.
Dave Sebora, julie Felsted, Tammy Darling, jane Mueller, Shelly Carlson,
Elizabeth Wilhelm, Cathy Andrew, Lynne Dawns. Row 2: Ken Zarda, Laurie
Polaski, Bunky Brophy, Paula Barnes, Anne Gooding, Renee Wilhoit, Dawn
Wollershein, Todd Kleinschmidt. Row 3: Matt Zehner, Rob Buksyk, Mike
Connelly, Andrew McLandress, Tom Reinke, Chad K reikamp, Stacy Rogers.
Row 7: Tracy Waskiewicz, Michelle Du
cayet, Sarah Michalkiewicz, Colleen
McCarragher, lodi Quick, Amy Garlock
Row 2: Cathy Farrell, Anne Vedra, Chris
tine Beringer, jennifer Grinsel, Amy Zim
merman, Lisa Harding, Kathy D'Am1co
Row 3: Letha Morrison, Pam Florek, joe
Bachman, K arrie Becher, jeff Pergolski, Nat
Collins, Paula Prey.
ALL THE PRESIDENT'5 ME
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Row 1' Terry Bresnahan, jennifer Terrien loan Tao, Pat Be an. Row2
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Phil Nordness, Craig Klatt, Steve Scherck, Tipton Brown, Greg Ber-
Row 1: Amy Zimmerman, Dana Moede, Lori Moede. Row 2: Steve
Brown, Chris Wasco, Bill Neal, Dave Sebora.
SWEET SMELL OF SUCCESS
KEY CLUB l
Key Club is Neenah High 's
most service orien ted group.
Some of the club's activities
include helping with Career
Expo, the Best Friends pro-
gram, and the Special Olym-
pics. The students also make
nursing home visits, work
with retarded adults, and aid
the Kiwanis Club of Neenah
Key Clubbers also partici-
pate in fund raisers, ban-
quets, and statewide con-
Officers for the 1986-87
school year are jennifer
Cowling, president, Ann
Franz, vice-president,' Chris-
tine Rucci, secretary, and
April Wiegert, treasurer.
Ann Franz, Kathy Lewis, jane Brotski, Dana
Radtke, jennie Cowling. Row 3: April Wiegert,
Row 1: Chris Rucci, Tracey Ales, Chris Voster, Laura Dryer, jason Patzlaff Mark Hobart Beth
Michelle Kohl, Tracey Schultz, Sara Weinke, Pat Boland, Sue Franz, Kris Danielson Absent Sarah
Bezella. Row 2: Anita Sorensen, Alyn Beckman, Nornberg, josh O'Mara Rich Witzke Chris Vos
ter, Ellen Auchter.
Students Take On Prevention,
STOP, has as its goal the prevention
of the use of drugs and alcohol by
Neenah students. Presentations to
6th graders each spring emphasize
the importance of values and posi-
tive peers rather than negative
Under the guidance of Pat Bezella
and Carolyn Schoening members
also attend a conference with other
Wisconsin prevention groups.
Seated: Cory Ulbrich, judy McGinnis, Sue Rom-
nek, Barb Raemaker. Standing: Chris joch, jeff
Blair, Randy Meverden, Tom Romnek, Steve
johnson, Carolyn Brown-Schoening. Absent:
Caryn Douglas, Anita Sorensen, Pat Bezella,
Row 1: Kevin Klitz, jeff Blair, David K litz, Daria Si- Moder,.MatlZaCl18k, Mike D'AmiC0, Maffin Davey,
mon, Dan Schmitzer, Michael Winterfeldt, james Tim Voigt.
Klitz. Row 2: Michael Getzlafh Glen Lemmert, Russ
two tournaments each spring
Computer hackers have found a
home in Conant after school. There
they work with Harry Blobaum ex-
ploring the latest innovations of
computer software and hardware.
Demonstrations by outside experts
have helped the group understand
computer technology as have ex-
changes with other high schools.
Seated: Keith Cason-Gossett, Bernard Uhlig,
Alex Wollangk, Keith Cason-Gossett, Nat Col-
lins, Todd Bruce, Kathy D'Amico, Tom Strout,
Chess Club members spend
many hours honing their skills
with practice. Under jim K litz's
direction members challenge
each other to duels of hard
concentration. All of this prac-
tice leads up to participation in
the Northeastern Wisconsin
High School Chess Association
League and the Wisconsin State
High School Chess Tourna-
THREE LITTLE WORDS
Neenah High School concluded its
most successful debate season with a sec-
ond in conference. The varsity team
qualified for state. Erich Lassen, Glen Lem-
mert, jeff Noordyk, Roy Park and Tom
Romnek received 2,000 point awards.
Special awards included Scott Breunig
and Alyn Beckman for Hardest Worker.
Most Improved was Glem Lemmert. The
Spirit Award went to jim Tews. Nadine
Huebner was Best Affirmative, Best Nega-
tives were Erich Lassen and'Roy Park. The
Coaches Award was presented to josh
O'Mara and jeff Noordyk,
Cartoons - columns - contro-
versy: all are a part of the Neenah
student newspaper. Under the di-
rection of Scott Hutchinson, the Sat-
ellite both reports and makes news.
Cartoonist Eric Lassen brought a new
style in editorial and feature strip
Cartooning this year. In addition, co-
lumists challenged old ideas and in-
spired new ones. Photographers
Caught the Special flavor of NHS in
Above: Editors Nadine Huebner and Paul
Row 1: Bill McBride, coach,' Sue Romnek, Roy
Park, Liz Bandy, Dawn K rotje, joe Wojtowicz,
jeff Noordyk, joan Tao. Row 2: Kathy Burke,
julia Wrchota, josh O'Mara, Nadine Huebner,
Lorinda Neerhof Scott Breunig, joan Schaper,
Alyn Beckman. Row 3: Stephanie Wojtowicz,
Tom Romnek, jim Tews, Paul Fontecchio,
Matt Zachek, Gene Boland, Glen Lemmert,
RECORDS, INSPIR ES
Row 7: Sue Suprise, Chris Bero. Row 2: Nat Collins, joan Schaper, joan Tao, Ingrid Ehrlich, Beth
Anderson. Row 3: Stephanie Wojtowicz, Kathy D'Amico, Marty Robinson, Nadine Huebner
Paul Schaper, joe Bachman, Roy Park, Scott
GREMLINS 8' THE BIRDS
Biology means more than just
dissecting frogs. Support for the
environment and special learning
experiences are stressed in Biol-
ogy Club. Field trips and projects
dominate the club members' time
as they learn to 'get along with
Row 1.' Advisor james VandeSande, julia
Milazzo, Cynthia Semrad, Paula Prey, Amy
Votava, jennifer Soule, Phuong Tran. Row
2: Rebecca Gaschler, Brian Westphal, Rob
Ansems, joe Bachman, jeff Blair, lodi
CONSER VATION CL UB
Conservation Club each year gives free bird feed
to students to attract and feed birds during the win-
ter. In addition, the club buys trees and shrubs from
the DNR and gives them to the members for plant-
ing on their own land. Field trips to Trees for Tomor-
row, McKenzie Enviromental Center, Bubolz Nature
Center, Horicon Marsh and the Lightfuss Tree Farm
broaden club members' experience. To raise money
the club operates concessions at the boys' basketball
Row 1: jennifer Soule, Rich Witzke. Row 2: Scott Treml, Chris
loch, Dale Lightfuss. Absent: jason Patzlaff
BYE BYE BIRDIE
Row 1: Pat Hetland, Doris Lappen, Greta Minks, Beth Wingen, jeff
Miller, jennifer Gerhardt, Heather Ables, Penny Luedtke, joe Lund.
Row 2: Dennis Parker, Tammy Martin, Mike Chick, Kim Nelson, jim
VanHandel, Todd Arndt, Teresa Wilcox, Roger Seelow. Row 3: Dave
Sebora, Patrick Wallace, Sue Muntner, Troy K ronberg, Lance K ues-
AV CL UB
Movies, filmstrips, slide shows, videotapes, com-
puters - all of these technological teaching aids are
available to the teachers with the help of the stu-
dents and staff members who work in AV Club. Di-
rector Craig Rider is ultimately responsible for these
activities. However, even with two hard-working
aides, the job would not get done without student
help. The AV club members give up study hall and
after school time to serve the school.
Row 7: Debbie Kofler, Lisa Osinski, Dale DeCos-
ter. Row 2: Barbara Willmington, janice Bruha,
Kim Palmer. Row 3: Craig Rider. Absent: Gary
Kramer, Scott K oerner.
ter, Scott 'Stuckart, Mike Quimby. Row 4: jesse Alberts, john Ply-
messer, Tim Arndt, Craig Sommers, Scott Lehman, Mike Sudgen, Ken
Hella, Rob Rubsam. Absent: Roy Beyer, Connie jury, jody Koeller,
Karen Nilson, Penny St. Clair, jenette Swenson, jordan Wolf Cristy
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Row 1 Linda Madsen Tanya Beyer jennifer helm Sara Track Anu Raatikainen April Wie- Mary Shandonay. Row 4: Melissa Sahli, Cheri
Bennetts Malee Nerenhausen Kathy DA gert Susan Franz Beth Wmgen Wendy Noffke, Lynn Krueger, Bernhard Lind, Kari
mico Pam Braun Kelly Huebner Ingrid Ehr Helder Row 3 lodl Sauer Sara Seitz, Ticia Meltovaara, Scott Treml, julie Bauer, Laurie
Iich Tammy Krueger Sara Weinke Row 2 Wllden Teresa Wilcox Lisa Larson, Laura Polaski.
Kerie Puechner Brenda Cross Elizabeth Wil Seager Amparo Garln Katrina Anderson,
WHE WORLDS CULLIDE
The American Field Service Club at
Neenah High School has a two-fold purpose:
First, AFS welcomes each year our student
visitors from other countries and tries to
provide a social atmosphere where Ameri-
cans can learn of others, and they can learn
of us. Activities such as a picnic, a float in the
Homecoming parade, a Halloween costume
party, a potluck and swim at the YMCA, a
trip to the Milwaukee Folk Fair help to give
the AFS 'foreign students a sample of Ameri-
Second, Neenah High students learn from
the foreign students of their countries
through slides and question and answer ses-
sions. AFS is open to all NHS students who
wishwto learn more about other cultures.
Row 1: Luis Gonzales, Ingrid Ehrlich. Row 2: Am-
paro Garin. Row 3: Anu Raatikainen, Bernhard
Lind, Kari Meltovaara, Ticia Wilden.
SPANISH CL UB
Row 1: Sara Weirwke, Kris Muerrlelf Kaffe C0unard,ler1r1ifer Terriern Laura Dryer, Jamie Brotski, james Dull, Tom Reinke, Chad Krei
Crowe, Claudine Weiland, Jessica K06'PP6'l, Lautenschlager, Patty Shutt, Cory Counard, kamp, Heather Halverson, Catherine FarrelL
Kalif? Devine, Cl1fiS!if16' RUCCL, Jennifer Kleist, Linda Schilling, Ann Franz, Ira Kleeman. Row April Wiegert.
Sarah Nornberg. Row 2: Susan Franz, CHPPY 3.' Heidi Ehrenberg Amparo Garin, jane
ARGU D THE WORLDI 80 DAYS
Row 1: Amy Buck, Vicki Young, Letha Morrison, Kelly joe Bachman, loan Evans. Row 3: Greg Ansems, Sea
Huebner, Amy Garlock, Ingrid Ehrlich, Wendy Hanson, Powell, Bernhard Lind, Dan Sirola, Kari Meltovaar
April Wiegert. Row 2: Keri Puechner, Erin Riddell, Da- Charlie Smith, Hans Hemes.
vid Rause, Peter Spielbauer, Keith Becher, Sarah Ernst,
ROW 7-'leflnifef D6NiCOliS, 5UZ3Hf16 5UPfi56, Melee NSFGH- Anne Vedra, lane Mueller. Row 3: Laurie Polaski, Brian
hausen, lUlif3 MilHZZ0, Jill Ki6l65, Lynda Heinefl, lefmifef Westphal, john Sams, Michael Brantmeier, jeffrey Per-
Ramsey. Row 2: Meg VanderZanden, jodi Sauer, Pamela golgki, Nathaniel Collins, lane Bond.
Florek, Sara Seitz, Colleen McCarragher, Gail Paulson,
With the purpose of expanding the ho-
rizons of foreign language students, lan-
guage clubs at NHS offer cultural activities
outside the classroom. Holidays are em-
phasized as is the opportunity to get to
know the foreign exchange students. The
French Club also assists the Neenah Com-
munity French Program. ln addition, all of
the groups participate in fund raisers to
support their activities.
ROOM AT THE TOP
At right: Row 1: Catherine Arndt, Carrie
Oashger, Pam Strebel, Roy Park, Shelly
Spiegelberg, Kathy D'Amico, laymee
Schubert, Suzanne Suprise. Row 2: Sarah
Michalkiewicz, Marty Robinson, Erin Rid-
dell, Kristin Stutzman, Sarah Ernst, Daria
Simon, Stephanie Wojtowicz, jennifer
Glocke, Colleen McCarragher. Row 3:
Amy Stafford, Sara Randall, David Klitz,
Paul Fontecchio, Bill Neal, Tom Steffen, Pat
lugo, Chris Last, joe Bachman. Below: Seat-
ed: Beth Boland, Nadine Huebner. Stand-
ing.' Barry Tebon, Roy Park, Fritz Kidd. In-
set: Cathy Gilmore.
Honor Society members, selected in the spring by
a faculty council, must demonstrate leadership,
character, service, and scholarship. Each student
must have held at least one position of leadership in
the school or community. In addition, the initiates
must have been active in at least one service organi-
zation and must be involved in either extracurricular
or co-curricular activities.
Once selected, members participate in service
projects such as the spring blood drive, the tutoring
of students, Thanksgiving basket collections and
providing Christmas gifts for patients at WMHI.
The academic decathlon consists of 10 competi-
tions in academic areas. Six competitions are multi-
ple choice written exams in the areas of mathematics
ialgebra to calculusl, science ichemistry 6? astron-
omyl, language 8: literature fincluding sonnets, Ham-
let, and Heart of Darknessl, economics, and fine arts
Iincluding Renaissance artists, sculptors, composers,
writersi. The other focus areas of competition are in
communication skills and deal with the US Constitu-
tion. These areas include: essay writing, speech iboth
prepared and impromptul, an interview, and the Su-
per Quiz - the only event that takes place before an
One hundred and eighty-one schools participated
in the first elimination round in November. From
that event 54 schools advanced to the six regional
events in january. Neenah's team won the right to
compete for the state title in March. During April,
Wisconsin's winning team will compete in the Na-
tionals held in Texas this year.
ACADEMIC DECA THLON
Row 1: Paul Schaper, Nat Collins, jeff Blair, Daria Simon. Row 2:
Chris Bero, john Bonnin, jeff Pergolski, joe Bachman, Lisa Frazzell,
Glen Lemmert. Not pictured: Stephanie Wojtowicz.
Row 1: Tammy Lepsch, Cathy Biettler, Bohatschek, Ann Draves, Heather lan- Tammy Christensen, Sonja Hilde-
Cheri Charlier, Tina Nollenberg, Kris sen, Patti Schmitzer, Bridget! Christof- brandt, Tina Muth, Kathy Swanson.
Stockman, Vickie Landsverk. Row 2: ferson, Pat Buesing. Row 3: Rhonda
Stacy jankowski, Terri Borchardt, julie Reinke, julie Bauer, Cheri Pilon,
Row 1: Trisha Funk, Lisa Larson, Ann
K unde, Kathi Gleasner, Beth Sawlsville,
Barb Adkins, Vicki Van Marter, Lynn
Krasin. Row 2: jennifer Glocke, Shelly
Weller, Wendy Champeau, Laura Prin-
dle, Tracy Steeber, Troy Hietpas, Cheri
Noffke, jim Gruber.
GR OUPS 85
Row 1: Karen Ciriacks, Debbie
Smith, Christine VanHandeI,
Katherine D'Amico, Scott Span-
bauer, Steve Reuss. Row 2: Rich-
ard Paske, lim Lewis, Craig
Schmidt, Mark Coenen, Don
Kortbein, Erik Kammer, Brian
Lundgren, Lester Zehner, Brian
Vanlerberghe, Dan Larson.
86 GR OUPS
Row 1.' Tony Pupp, Martin Radue, Doug Otto, Kurt Toeppler, Glen Francart, lim Fahrenkrug. Row 2: Dick johnson
Darren Piette, Scott Martin, Shane Rogers, Ken Mulvey, Brian Getlinger, Scott Hughes, Ken Fuhrman, Chris Green
Row 3.' Dennis Girard, Tim Lepsch.
Row 1: lean K empt, Lisa Thill, Sheila Ashley, Kristi K utscher, jennifer jones, Renee Ertl, Brenda Marotz, Pam
Braun. Row 2: Gwen Spang, Micheal Barth, Kristine Danielson, Scott Olsen, jason Burns, Mike Huxley, Teri
YOUNG AT HEART
Row 7: Theresa Lehl, Kim Sid-
beck, Deanne Sawyer, janell De-
dering, Terri Chartrand. Row 2:
Kathy Volkman, Stacey Schug,
Kristie LaMarche, Tina Krahn,
Lisa Osinski, Cindy Spiegel, An-
gie Webster, jodi Nelson. Ab-
sent: Shelby Meyer.
PLAY IT AGAIN, SAM
Weekends spent on school buses
in high-powered competition is old
hat for Neenah's forensics team. The
students participate in speech areas
such as 4-minutes, impromptu, and
Drama categories include humor-
ous and dramatic memorizations, in-
terpretive readings in prose and po-
etry, and one-act plays.
Highlight of the year is the com-
petitions that come in the spring in
conference, regionals and state
Row 1: Stephanie Wojtowicz, Alyn Beckman, loan Tao, Kristin LaChey, Nadine Huebner, Row 2.
Bill McBride, Vicki Young, Tom Romnek, loan Schaper, joe Wojtowicz, jann McBride.
Row 1: jim Tews, Chris Last, Sue Franz, julie Medsker, Matt Zachek. Row 2: judy Shwonek, jenny
Godec, Brenda Velasco, Amy Eaton, Chris Flanner, jessica K oeppel, Kristin Isaacsen, Alicia Olson,
For the fourth year Neenah High
has entered a team in the Mock Trial
tournament sponsored by the Wis-
consin Bar Association. The Bar sets
up a hypothetical case which each
school team in the state prepares
with student defense and prosecut-
ing attorneys, defendents, plaintiffs
This year's case centers around the
death of a prize show horse in a car
- horse trailer accident. The owner
of the horse is suing a Morgan Nash
at whose home a drinking party was
allegedly held. The underage driver
of the car had been drinking but is
not being sued.
The pertinent questions involved
are: Was there indeed drinking? Did
the parent, Morgan Nash, know that
the party involved drinking? Was the
parent present at the party? The last
question hinges on exactly what
time the parent came home.
Mock Trial team members prac-
tice each week in preparation for
Seated: Brian Westphal, Tom Steffen, loan
Tao. Standing.' Diane Ostrand, Alyn Beckman,
loan Schaper, Stephanie Wojtowicz, Steve
team competitions againt area
schools. Attorney Phillip Monroe
of Neenah and advisor Diane Os-
trand work with the students.
Local, sub regional, and regional
contests lead to a state contest in
April. The national contest will be
held in Washington D.C. in May.
Since this year celebrates the 200th
anniversary of the Constitution, the
Supreme Court will judge the na-
junior year is often said to be
the most active in high school. ju-
niors are past the sophomore year
of survival, but are not yet seniors
whose eyes are turned toward the
future. juniors are supposedly be-
coming better citizens, but they
still find ways of having fun. Some
are experiencing the freedom,
and trouble, of having a car while
others are still subjected to the
horrors of busing.
juniors experience just how un-
fair parents are: predawn curfews,
no allowance because the kids
have jobs, babysitting tasks -
imagine taking little brother to
homecoming, and rules such as
no stereo at 3:00 a.m.!
And yet, there is a good side to
the junior year. juniors are not
prime candidates for burn-out
anymore, and they aren 't plagued
with senioritis yet. But most im-
portantly, we can look forward to
being number one next year.
Left: Neenah High is giving Madame Curie competition,
Center: Rocket cameras are everywhere,
Right: juniors are always on vacation.
Athletes hit the books, too.
juniors just like to have fun.
A pretty girl is like a melody.
Got cha, Courtenay!
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Rob, one of the home-
coming attendants, enjoys
the prospect of younger
women, but it looks like he
has some competition. Or
does the sophomore just
want his picture taken.
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Hold one to your stock-
ing cap, Todd. And don't
let your breezers get away.
Poor Todd is obviously
reacting to the burden-
some junior work load. Re-
member, school is worth-
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others in the junior class,
the yearbook would not
have been completed. Say
thank you, seniors. juniors,
these girls will need help
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niors learn to relax, have
fun and be at ease with ad-
classmates, and the world.
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Beyond the academic
field, juniors learn job skills
in drafting, graphic arts,
woodworking, tech the-
atre, accounting, and a host
of courses offered at NHS.
Michael McA voy
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For shame. juniors shoud
be suave and debonair.
They should certainly know
the rough stuff doesn't
work. Or does it?
Any bit of freedom
drives juniors wild. Here a
group practices for the rel-
ative freedom of next year
when they'll have open
campus, the last senior class
with such a privilege.
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girls are ready to take over
the world. Watch out for
next year when their power
becomes senior power.
Should be an interesting
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Being an athlete in Neenah
takes dedication. What kind of
dedication? The kind that re-
quires long hours of practice:
staying after school to shoot that
extra basket, to practice on the
balance beam, or to lift those ex-
Playing sports in Neenah means
expecting teachers to understand
when the athlete leaves class early
or when he falls asleep because he
was up late doing homework after
a game that lasted until 10:00 p.m.
These problems allow the teacher
and the student to work as a team.
Faculty and students alike know
that Neenah has pride.
However, behind the hard
work there is a sense of accom-
plishment. Smiles from teammates
keep a Rocket going. Best of all,
there is 'no pride like that felt
when an athlete puts on a Neenah
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Left: Opponents beware, another smashing return.
Center: Practice makes perfect.
Right: The ultimate date for prom.
So homores have spirit.
Running the last mile.
Please, God, don't let it come to me!
Security isn't really necessary, or is it?
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Row 1: Maggie McCarragher,
Tami Whitlinger, Amy Zim-
merman, Cathy Farrell, lenni-
fer Sickels, jennifer Salisbury,
Coach Ben DeDecker. Row 2:
Kim Sarnecki, Teri Whit-
linger, Michelle Ducayet,
lodi Strebel, Katie Skeans,
ROCKETS DOM! ATE STATE
For the Neenah Varsity Tennis
team it was an exciting weekend
down in "Mad" town during the
WIAA state tennis tournament.
Although Neenah took 1st in both
singles and doubles, they placed
2nd to Brookfield Central, losing
by two points.
For the fourth year in a row,
Tami Whitlinger captured the
state title in singles competion. ln
her four years she has accumulat-
ed 105 singles victories. She easily
took first with winning sets of 6- 1,
Teri Whitlinger has also won
four state doubles titles, with
three different partners. This year
she was paired off with Cathy Far-
rell. They managed to beat a
Brookfield Central duo 6- 1, 6- 1.
This year's state tournament
marked the realization of a goal
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that the Whitlinger twins set four
years ago - four straight titles.
They equaled the record of their
Uncle john Whitlinger who also
won four straight state champion-
ships for Neenah High.
Senior Amy Zimmerman and
lodi Strebel, a Shattuck freshman,
also participated in the doubles
With the Whitlingers leading
the way, the Rockets dominated
conference play placing no. 1 in
the F VA. Neither Whitlinger lost a
conference match in their four
years at Neenah.
At the end of the season, Tami
and Teri shared the Most Valuable
Award. Catherine Farrell was
named Most Improved and Mi-
chelle Ducayet won the Team
Spirit title. Amy Zimmerman was
named team captain.
State champion Tami Whitlinger won 210 straight sets
her four years of playing for the Rockets
l DOUBLES CHAMPS
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jV'S KEEP NHS TRADITION
At left: jennifer demonstrates Rocket power.
Below: lodi keeps her eye on the ball.
Keeping the tradition of Rocket
supremacy alive, the IV girls ten-
nis team took a first place in the
Fox Valley Association with 9 wins
against no losses. In their two
games against Appleton West,
Neenah won lop-sided victories,
15-0 and 14-3. Kaukauna was also
shut out by the Rockets.
Row 1: lodi Crinsel, Kelsey
Geisler, Kari Harold, Claudia
Scherrer, Tiffany Werner, Susan
Herzberg, Nicole Frola. Row 2:
Marilyn Spoehr, coach, Tracy
Bartlett, Salli Fischer, Kristie
Smith, Ann Henshaw, Kathy
Wasco, Christy Berven. Absent:
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ROCK E TS
Row 1: john Gerstner, jay Cartwright, john
Banczak, Mike Brantmeier, Charlie Smith,
Sean Perry, Todd Thompson, Scott Hall. Row
2: Keith Cason-Gossett, joe Knaack, Chris
Bero, jerry Vils, Arden Kuhn, jim Fahrenkrug,
Chris Sievert, 'Steve Camber, Steve Laux. Row
3: Dick johnson, Bruce Rasmussen, Ted
Kevin Rust, Bunky Brophy, jeff Brighum,
Mark K oehn, Al jankowski, Kevin Dennis, Dan
Sirola. Row 6: Todd Stone, Clay Reisler, jim
Marohn, jim Northway, Sean Powell, Mike
Connolly, Brian Brost, joe Knorr, Shayne
Gauthier. Absent: Mike Millard, jeff Carew,
Thomsen, Craig Sachs, Tom Swanson, Mike
Palmer, Troy Armstrong, Dan Kearny, john
Gilmore, Gary Parker. Row 4: Keith Becher,
Randy Erdmann, Greg Ziebert, john Swenson,
joe Beard Matt Zehner, Phil Nordness, Roger
Charlier, Dave K iesling, john Robertson, Greg
Berven. Row 5: Steve johnson, Stuart Knight,
CLOSE GAMES FOR ROCKETS
Three Rockets were named to the All-
Conference first team: Steve Camber and
Mike Brantmeier at running back and
Steve Laux at linebacker.
john Gerstner was named to the second
team at defensive back and received hon-
orable mention at wide receiver. Also
named to the second team were joe
Knorr, Chris Bero, and Charlie Smith. jim
Northway, Chris Sievert, joe Knaack, and
Shayne Gauthier received honorable
Camber, Smith and Laux shared the
captain's honor. Camber and Brantmeier
were named M VP's. Other awards includ-
ed Smith as lineman of the year, Bero as
defensive player, Northway and Dan Sir-
ola as most improved linemen, Bunky
Brophy as most improved back, Laux,
Spirit and Big Play Awards, and Bero, Big
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No peeking at the camera. You should be paying attention to the coach.
At left.' Get ready for the hand off
Below left: Practicing the rush,
Below center: Blockers lead the
Below right: Great kicking form.
Row 1: Tim Lund, Rod Callum, Kevin Gilbert,
Bret Donaldson, jason Hartfiel, Ryan johnson,
Dan McClone, Simon DeRuyter, Craig Hass,
Mike Rieden. Row 2: Coach Bob Totten, Rod
Hayward, Tom Moe, Eric Rasmussen, Scott
Gawlick, Scott Printz, Greg Koller, Kevin Da-
vis, leff Paske, Ryan Wubben. Row 3: Coach
Lew Zielsdortj lohn Mueller, justin Freier, Eric
Schweitzer, Brian Sawyer, Mark Hobart, Bob
Mittelstaedt, Tag Vine, Mike Gerstner, Brad
King, Mike McMillan. Row 4.' Brad Gilbert,
Shane Roh, Gregg K uhlow, Tom
Carley, Kevin Rule, Dave McLaren, Kevin
Voss, Scott Hooyman, Rob Reilly.
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ROCKETS WIAA CHAMPS
For the second straight
year Neenah became the
WIAA state soccer champi-
ons in an overtime win over
Madison West 1-0.
After 80 minutes of regu-
lation play and two over-
times, the Regents and
Rockets were locked in a
scoreless tie. By WIAA rules
such contests are then de-
cided by sudden victory
penalty kicks. When Sam
Nail stopped Madison West's
third kick, the Rockets were
Neenah ended their sea-
son with a 22-2 record, a 12
match winning string, and 11
straight shut outs. Two
Madison teams, West and
Memorial, were the only
teams to defeat the Rockets.
To reach the finals,
Neenah defeated Home-
Row 1: Pat Boswell, Sam
Nail. Row 2: Coach Kel-
derman, Fritz Kidd, Todd
Gorshe, Mark Cross, Tip
Brown, Chris Cianciola,
Hans Hemes, james Nash,
Pam Florek. Row 3: David
Lindenberg, David Priest,
Ron Smead, Matt Willey,
Mark Bogan, Scott Roh,
Mike Konsek, Kris Kel-
derman, Mike Hill, K irstin
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stead, Brookfield East, and
Milwaukee South in the se-
In conference play, the
Rockets again defeated all
Fox Valley comers. Eleven
conference contests were
shut outs as Neenah contin-
ued its domination of north-
east Wisconsin soccer.
Scott Roh, Matt Willey,
Mark Bogan, and Kris Kel-
derman shared the season's
Captains Award. K elderman
was also named Most Valu-
able Player and Willey re-
ceived the Spirit Award.
All conference first team
members include Rob An-
sems, Bogan, Chris Cianciola,
Mike Hall, Kelderman, Nail,
jim Nash, David Priest, Roh,
Ron Smead, and Willey. Da-
vid Lindenberg was named
to the 2nd team.
Above: just a friendly word of advice.
At right: The joy of victory.
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Row 1: Lisa Hohenwalter, Shelly Sturges, Teresa Hase, Melissa Harder, Dawn Wollersheim, Kristin Stutzman Tara Koplien
Carolyn Piantek, Dawn Krotje. Row 2: Coach Ken Boivin, Kathy D'Amico, Angie Sincere, Tracey Rymer Sara Randall Lynn
Krueger, Lisa Harding, Jodi Quick, Heather Halverson, leni Baker.
SE TTERS, SPIKERS BUILD
With six wins and eight
losses, the Rocket varsity team
placed below .500 for the sea-
son. ln the Neenah Invitational,
the girls took a 4th place.
Teresa Hase garnered three
of the end of the year awards as
captain, Outstanding Hitter
and Outstanding Blocker.
Carolyn Piantek was named
Outstanding Setter, and Man-
ager Kathy D'Amico received
the Coach's Award. Melissa
Harder, Lisa Harding, D'Amico,
Hase, Lisa Hohenwalter, Tara
Koplien, Lynn Krueger, Pian-
tek, jodi Quick, Sara Randall,
Angie Sincere, Shelly Sturges,
and Kristin Stutzman all let-
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No fair holding the ball!
ROCKET GOLFERS IMPROVE
CA DDY SHACK
Row 1: Sharon lermstad, Tammy Burns, Annette Berton, Cory Ulbrich. Row
2: Missy Shallow, Katie Larsen, jenny Busche, Alison Aarons.
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Top left: Concentration is the key to any good drive.
Bottom left: A wood shot from the trees always requires skill.
Center: Offering advice is the coach 's job.
Right: Checking the opposition's drive.
Row 7: julie Milazzo, Lori Moede, Gretchen
jensen, Renee Weyenberg, jill Meuller, Cheri
Charlier, Teri Bresnahan, Erika Kinzler, jodi
Wuethrich, Ingrid Ehrlich, Tammy Krasin,
Turi Kalfahs, Erika Beck, Shelly Mueller, Liz
Falk, Missy Bellin, Sheri Pilon. Row 2: Katie
Perry, Cappy Counard Shawn jurgella, Cory Elizabeth Payne, Lisa Shulfer, jennifer Czech
Counard Kim Hood Amy Buchanan, Marga- Karin Tans, Kim Sugden, Heather Ely, Laurie
ret Hayward Kori Kutscher, Patti Shutt, Katy P0li1Skf, Kim Curry, Sue W9fSSl73l'lf7, TfiCf3
Vine, Chris Spang, Amy Eaton, Katie Crowe, Notzke, Lori Schuelke. Row 4: Lisa Kingston
Tina Zenisek. Row 3: Mike Schuelke, Sandy , ROW 55 Dana MO6'0'6.
Schneidewend, Marti Schreier, Katy Draves,
SWIMMERS THIRD: FVA
Eau Claire Memorial
D.C. Everest Invit.
Rocket swimmers took third place in the Fox
Valley Association with four wins and two
losses. In the conference meet, Neenah also
finished third with a winning performance by
the 200 medley relay squad of Cappy and Cory
Counard, Shawn jurgella, and Katie Perry and
Cappy Counard's record breaker in the 100
At the sectional Neenah took a fifth. State
WIAA participants, Cappy and Cory Counard,
scored nine points. Cory placed 10th in the 100
butterfly and Cappy was 15th in the 100 breast-
End of the season award winners included
the Counard twins as Most Valuable Swimmers.
Cheri Charlier received the Spirit Award'
Shawn jugella was named Most Improved.
Dana Moede and Lisa Kingston were honored
as Captains and Sandy Schneiderwend received
the Coach 's Award.
MONARD, OWEN5 AT STATE
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Row 1: Kim falmer, managerg Chris Flanner, Cathy Pichon, Kari Vedder, Kay Monard, Dawn Swanson, julie Totten, manager. Row 2:
jeanette Scribner, manager, Renee johnson, Cheryl MacPhetridge, Lori jesse, Carolyn Heinen, Cathy Gilmore, jenny Owens, Amy
Garlock, Ron Fedenko, coach.
Kay Monard and jenny Amy Garlock, Monard and
Owens represented Neenah in Owens were named to the Fox
the WIAA state meet in Fond Valley Association all-confer-
du Lac where Monard finished ence team. Cheryl MacPhe-
19th and Owens 8th, Owens tridge and Lori jesse received
was named to the all-state honorable mentions. Garlock
team. and Cathy Gilmore were
In the Class A Sectional named co-captains. Carolyn
Owens finished 4th and Mon- Heinen received the Spirit
ard 5th to lead Neenah to a 6th Award. Lori jesse shared the
place in team standings. In the Most Improved Award with
Fox Valley Association race, the Monard, and Owens won the
Rockets returned to a first Most Valuable Player Award.
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Above: Sticking together means points for the girls who finish
in the top ten.
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ROCKET BOYS THIRD I FVA
Row 1: Pat Eifler, john Paske, Steve Scherck, john Hodges, Reid johnson, Row 2.' Aaron Pues, Todd
Kriese, jeff Reeve, Alex Scribner, Barry Tebon, Coach Tom jensen.
Taking third in the Fox Valley As-
sociation conference meet, Neenah
harriers continued a building pro-
gram. ln the WIAA Sectionals the
team took a 9th place.
jeff Reeve was named aII-confer-
ence after a 4th place finish in the
conference meet. Aaron Pues was
named Most Improved, and Reeve,
the Most Valuable Player. Alex
Scribner was named team captain,
and Barry Tebon received the Spirit
Scribner won his 4th letter, Todd
Kriese, Reeve, and Tebon won their
2nd, and Steve Scherck, Pues, john
Paske, Reid johnson, and john
Hodges their 1st,
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Above right: Hitting the wall on the final
Center: Holding off the competition.
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CHEERING FOR THE ROCKET5
VARSITY FOOTBALL SQUAD: Row 1: '
Carrie Oashger, Shelly Carlson, Stacy
Whiting, Kim Olson, laymee Schubert.
Row 2: lane Bond, Kelly Day, Gail Paul-
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VARSITY SOCCER SQUAD: Row 1: Letha Morrison, Cathy Arndt. Row 2: Amy Floriano, Mimi Krutz.
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Support for athletics at Neenah High
is provided by N-Club. Fund raisers
such as the Friday night homecoming
dance, sale of state soccer t-shirts, sale
of programs at the state soccer tourna-
ment, coat checking at basketball
games, and the Winterfest dance pro-
vide the money needed for projects.
This year the club bought frames for
the track records in the fieldhouse and
team towels for the swimmers. Officers
are Kelly Day, Tracy Waskiewicz, and
Row 7: Michael Schuelke, Chris
Printz, Sarah Tracy, Jody Harpt.
Row 2: Kelly Day, lane Bond.
Row 3: Tracy Waskiewicz, Karrie
TEAMS E IOY SUPPORT
One of the most impor-
tant aspects of any game is
the support that parents
give. Several sports at
Neenah enjoy the help of
booster clubs. But for any
sport, fans and parents are
often one and the same.
After defeating Two Rivers in the WIAA sectional tour-
nament, the Rockets fell to Fond du Lac 62-60 in the first
overtime stanza. The Rockets, first in Fox Valley Associ-
ation conference play, ended the season with a 21-3 re-
The all junior starting line up won the Class A WIAA
regional championship with a 52-49 win over Oshkosh
North, the only conference team to defeat the Rockets
during the regular season.
Two Neenah players were elected to the All-Fox Valley
Association first team which was also dominated by ju-
niors. Craig Donaldson and jerry Curtin joined the six
member team. Paul Valentine was elected to the seven
player second unit.
Coach Ron Einerson was selected coach of the year for
the sixth time.
Donaldson and Valentine were elected co-captains.
Valentine also received the Spirit Award. ln addition,
Donaldson was elected Most Valuable Player and received
the Rebounding Award. Greg Berven was named Assistant
At right: Getting ready to strike!
Below: Now that's good rebounding position
ROCKET5 THIRD IN STATE
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Kneeling: Greg Patovlsti lohn Gerstner Greg Berven Paul Valentine john Carlson Kent
Rohde. Standing: Rich Paske Sam Paske Dave Halverson Kevin Rule Craig Donaldson jerry
Curtin, jim Lauson, Ron Emerson Don Flunker
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Scoreboard: Collision on the Court.
Below.' Hey, where's the ball?
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Row 1: Rich Klesmit, Tip Brown, joe Knorr, Art Millard. Row 2: Sam Paske, Andrew
Mclandress, Morgan Wiswall, Rich Paslce, jeff Paske.
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jV GIRLS' TEAM
Kneeling: Shelly johnson, Kari Leuthold, Sharon Bachman, Cathy Schaidler, Kim Sarnecki, jodi Strebel. Stand-
ing: jennifer Terrien, Lisa Breitrick, Heidi jensen, Lisa Kreklow, jenny Schultz, Christy Berven, jenny Larsen.
IV BO YS' TEAM
Kneeling: Mike Porsche, Pat Sorensen, Mike Neal, Mike Gerstner, Brad Miller, Andy Semrad, john Paske. Standing: Coach Don Flunker,
Dan McClone, Kevin Rogers, Drew Fesler, Martin Day, Andy Wilke, Brett Donaldson, Brad Duchaine, justin Freier, Manager jeff Paske.
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Kneeling: Vicki Stanke, Dawn
Wollersheim, Shelly Sturges,
Carolyn Piantek, Pam Florek,
Amy Zimmerman, Cathy Gil-
more. Standing: Kim Palmer,
Bob Totten, Patti Schoo, Terri
Schmidt, Lori jesse, Paula Barnes,
Angie Sincere, julie Totten, len-
HERE COMES THE FUTURE
At left: That's not really a thumbs up sign from the opponent.
Above: Tangles of arms fight for the ball. Is there a foul there, ref?
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ROCKET GRAPPLERS BUILD
REQUIEM FOR A HEAVYWEIGHT
Row 1: Tim Schinker, Bob Donato, jason Burns, leff Don- Bugge, Shane Howe, Ron Schemmel, leff Carew Coach
ato, Sebastian Sample, Tim Wockenfus, Row 2: Brian Dris- R011 K Ubiak.
coll, -Dave McLaren, Russ Stern, Bob Mittelstaedt, Sven
Neenah's grapplers ended their season
with one conference win, five losses and a
tie for a sixth place finish in the Fox Valley
Association. In regional competition the
team was fifth and at sectional 12th.
jason Burns and leff Donato were elected
co-captains. Donato also scored the most
pins at 12, and Burns had the most take-
downs. Burns was also selected the Most
Letter winners include Dave Berry, jeff
Carew, Bob Donato, jeff Donato, Shane
Howe, Dave McLaren, Bob Mittestaedt, Ron
Schemmel, Tim Schinker, Tim Wockenfus,
Sven Bugge, and Sebastian Sample.
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Row 1: Nathan Novak, Gary Swanson, Matt Mueller, Lance Thompson, Robert Donato, Craig Hass, Scott
Vanoutenhoven. Row 2: Coach Chuck Wheaton, Mark Kofnetka, Darin Hyrdahl, Trevor Davis, Tom
Swanson, Sven Bugge, Chad Strozewski, Scottie Zander, Coach Ron K ubiak.
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At left: Getting ready for a pin.
Below left: That's tellin' 'em, coach!
Below right: Ouch, now that hurts.
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Neenah High's. gymnastics
team placed eighth in the
WIAA state competition in
Wisconsin Rapids. Haley Har-
bor finished seventh in all-
around competition. She
placed tenth in vault and 20th
on the balance beam. Kristine
Muenzel was 22nd on the un-
The Rockets qualified for
state with a second place in the
WIAA sectional meet. Harbor
placed second in vault, third on
balance beam and second in
all-around competition. Muen-
zel took a fifth on the uneven
julie Behnke was named the
Most Improved Gymnast, and
Muenzel received the Most
Valuable Player Award. Sally
jack was elected captain, and
jenny K leist, co-captain.
Row 1: Kristine Muenzel, jenny K leist. Row 2: lill Ackerman, Sally jack, Kari Harold, Haley Harbor Angela
Parker. Row 3: Coach Beth Diedrich, Kelly Brownson, julie Behnke, Angie Barbiere, Wendy Hildebrand
Becky Barley, Collette Smith.
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Row 1: Tracy Waskiewicz, Andrea Heck,
Stephanie Taves, Elizabeth Wilhelm, Kelli
Tucker, jennifer Pack, Dawn Devine, Patti
Krueger, Sara Weinke. Row 2: Shelly Kron-
berg, jenny Goetz, Christy Armentrout, Haley
Harpt, jennifer Quinn, Maryann Marinin, jane
Brotski, jamie Lautenschlager, Marissa Mills,
Row 1: Sarah Collins, Laurie Lovedale, Sara
Collar, Amy Malchow, Katie Devine, Terri
Gill, Kelsey Geisler. Row 2: Wendy Arm-
strong, Marybeth Olson, Sonya Craig, Peggy
Seitz, Lisa Shulfer, jodi Grinsel, Kate Gorny.
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Sophomores. In Greece we
would be considered "wise mo-
rons." At Armstrong we are con-
sidered scum and told to 'go back
to Shattuck. "
Despite being the butt of every
joke in school, life at Armstrong
has proved to have some advan-
tages over life in junior high. Be-
ing able to cross the parking lot,
however deep the snow is, how-
ever many times a girl's hair goes
flat, or however her mascara runs,
certainly is better than the feeling
of spending time at Alcatraz with
parole on weekends.
We will be the first class not to
get open campus when we are
seniors. Our style has also been
cramped by new requirements
such as health and speech classes.
Despite whatever obstacles get in
our way, the class of '89 will tri-
Left: Era plus . . . friend.
Center: Math is just soooo much fun.
Right: just like Rocky, sophomores will win at last.
Oh, come now. l'm not that gullible.
Smiles from a Rocket backer.
The last of the big foots.
Really, dahling, check out those specs.
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Piling together keeps the
sophomores warm in English
after another trek across the
parking lot. Some tenth grad-
ers make the grueling trip
four to five times a day.
Friends make coming to
school worthwhile. In fact,
many of us wouldn 't be here if
we didn't have their support
through study halls, biology,
Western Cultures and speech.
Erin Kate Gorny
Kelsey's vacation made her
miss a test., Now she has all
that makeup work to do. ls
the hall really the best place to
work? Trip anybody up, Kel-
Phillip K eberlein
Brian K eddell
Kim K itzinger
Tony K labunde
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Fred is absolutely awe-
struck by the dimensions of
his lab problem. With all the
help that Brad can give, the
group should be able to mud-
dle their way through.
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jessica K oeppel
Michael K ohanski
Brian K on winski
Tina K rablean
Michael K rasin
L eann Kraus
Richard K ra use
Todd K riese
Carrie K uehl
Kimberly K ugler
Gregg K uhlow
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One thing that the sopho-
more class is not short of is
pretty girls. Right, juniors and
seniors? Every fall the upper-
classmen observe the new
beauties as they arrive at NHS.
Lunchroom frolics in the
fieldhouse help break up the
drudgery of the day. Al-
though 29 minutes is not
much time, the students make
the most of what is allowed.
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Dawn looks up to give a
smile, but just like the other
sophomores, she gets right
back to works. Sophs soon
learn that being an NHS stu-
dents means lots of responsi-
Steve looks confident, but
Mike seems a little tentative.
Research is a big demand on
the sophomore's time in both
speech and history classes.
Term papers - what a drag!
At left: Talk about putting the lady
on a pedestal!
Center left to right: A beauty,
braces and all Friends forever or at
least through high school The eyes
have it. All those directions can be
Bottom: Homecoming couple at the
first of the big high school events.
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STAFF NHS 's faculty plays a major role
in the life of each student. Some-
times this role may include hours
of confusing assignments and
homework and, at other times, a
few hours of detention.
However, the teachers and ad-
ministrators at NHS are a positive
influence on us as well. Each
teacher adds a bit of his or her
individuality to the classes
throughout the day. Whether he
brings a warm hello, a thoughtful
word, or a sense of humor to class,
he makes the long hours seem a
At Neenah we have a staff who
cares about the students. We can
find counselors and administra-
tors who are willing to listen to
our problems as well as teachers
who help us out when we are
The faculty sets high expecta-
tions for Neenah students. We are
challenged to be the best that we
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Left: What big muscles you have, Mr. Roherty.
Center: Even teachers pick on sophomores.
Right: Minds over malice.
Eilmslrips lFrom left to rightl:
Ain't English fun?
The work never ends.
Uh-oh, they've caught me.
Grades that bad?
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DEPAR TMEN T
HEAL TH DEPAR TMENT
Wilson Scribner, chairman of the So-
cial Studies Department, teaches
American Government and economics
to seniors. ln his class, students know
immediately that they ha ve a challenge,
for Scribner strives to bring the best
out of his students.'He pushes his stu-
dents to use their abilities to the fullest.
His enthusiasm and encouragement
make the work worthwhile. Scibner
they ha ve
Because he encourages his students
to be the best that they can be, they are
proud of their work and proud to have
had Scribner as a teacher.
Louis Meyer Thomas Jensen Thomas
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Mary Lindgren Judith Rateau
ART LIBRARY, AV
DEPAR TME T
Da vid K uecherer
Craig Rider Colleen Barley Marlene Zacher
Madame says that if there was one France with Madame.
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Lewis Precourt Robert Lee Richard johnson Richard Paske Ronald K ubiak
shares her enjoyment become mo and ac-
of the language, art, an ceptmg of and their
France Through her, the people. Th of the
come more aware of the Country- French student's yea is the trip to
If you ever
ESS DEPAR TMEN T
get along in the business world.
ing from the
The business education teachers
mean business, too, as they have a con-
test to see who can pick up the most
change. If you ever see any of the busi-
ness teachers, maybe you could toss a
few pennies to them, and if you have
any good jokes, maybe you could toss
them Miss jones' way.
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jim Vine Len Hansen jerry Charapata
5 jane Tornow
, Judy Mott
Row 1: Clerk judith Ward President Carol Stanke, Vice-President Dr. jan Sarnecki. Row 2: Lewis
Wilhelm, Dr. Howard Kidd Treasurer David Ellis, Terrence MacPhetridge. lnset.' Scott Butler.
Absent Thomas Payne.
DISTRICT ADMINIS TRA TORS
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Above: Row 1: Assistant Superintendent-Instruction Richard Carlson, Coordinator of Special Edu-
cation David Brotski, Athletic Director Mel Northway. Row 2: Supervisor of Building and Grounds
Dean Budde, Superintendent of Schools Dr. George Grigsby, Assistant Superintent-Business Dr.
lames Clark, Director of Pupil Personnel Dr. jeffrey Zdrale.
At left: Reading-Language Arts Consultant, john Lautenschlager and Director of Instructional
Materials Mel Selle.
NEE AH HIGH
ADMINIS TRA TORS
Above left: Principal Larry Lewis and Assistant
Principal joseph Minskey. Below left: Assistant
Principal Mark Roherty and Dean of Students
Seated: Eileen Monard, Lucy Lineburg, Shirley Plier, Carol Willems, Mary Yan-
kee, Janice Bruha. Standing: Barb Willmington, loyce McClone, judy Bartz,
Darlene Engstrom, Ruth Anderson, and lean Christian.
SUPPOR T STAFF
Seated: Nancy Geissler, Phyllis NolL Barb Hansen. Standing: Barb Pilon
Lillian Faulks, lo Thiel, Pat Hetland.
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Top left: Thumbs up for 1987!
Top center: Now here's a couple of mean dudes.
Top right: Somehow it doesn't seem to be a fair match.
Center left: Now there's a happy kid.
Center right: Read any good books, Stacy? -
Bottom left: My what big teeth you have!
Bottom center left: Philosophical discussions abound in
Bottom center right: Finally got your attention.
Bottom right: Let's make beautiful music together.
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Top left: Play it again, Sam - or should
that be Samantha?
Top right: We're really going to miss
one another next year.
Bottom: ls it music that makes the world
The Hustler and The Color of Money
Stephen Spielberg and George Lucas
Sissy Spacek Diane Keaton and jessica
He was smothered with a pillow
He was stung by a ee
lohnn y Hooker
Simon and Garfunkel
Stand By Me
A glass of water
Tap dance in the bathroom
To Have and Have Not
West Side Story
Absence of Malice
Dry white toast
Puttin on the Ritz
He is blind
Kramer VS Kramer
The Color Purple
A white skimmer
The Falcon and the Snowman
johnny B Goode
The Sound of Music
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Pom Pon Squad 9, Student Govt.
IShattuckI 9, Marching Band 9, 10,
11, Concert Band 9, 10, 11, Solo 81
Ensemble 9, 10, Swing Choir 9, 10,
11, 12, Sophomore Choir 10, Cham-
ber Choir 11, 12. Don't be sad that
it's over, be glad that it was.
Science Olympiad 12, Acappella
Choir 12, Chamber Choir 11, 12,
Satellite 12, Rocket 12. Good bye,
Chow, Adios, no es hasta luego!
AFS 11, Marching Band 9, 10, 11, 12,'
Concert Band 9, 10, 11, 12, Orches-
tra 9, 10, 11, 12, Pep Band 10, Pop
Strings 11, Pit Orchestra 10, Musical
Production 11,' Basketball 9. Our
minds are like parachutes. They
only function when they are open.
Biology Club 12, German Club 11,
Drama 12, junior Board 11, Senior
Board 12, Sophomore Board 10,
Basketball 9, Soccer 9, 10, 11, 12.
Pan down Muff
Biology Club 10, Chemistry Club 11,
IOU 9, Weightlifting Club 9, 10, 11,
12, Close Up 9, Sophomore Board
10, Student Gov't !ShattuckI 9, Drill
Team 9, 10,' Acappella Choir 10, Or-
chestra 9, 10, Pep Band 9, 10, Shat-
tuck Yearbook 9, Baseball 12, Foot-
ball 9, 10, 11, 12, Track 9, 10, 11,
Wrestling 12, National Honor Soci-
ety 10, 11. Will Peach get a tan this
summer? Party at Boot's Kennel!
Drama 9, Senior Board 12, Shattuck
Yearbook 9, Rocket 10, Vollleyball
9. Weekends are made for coolers
and teddy bears.
Co-op 12, DECA 12, Sophomore
Choir 10, Basketball lManagerI 9,
Wrestling IScore K eeperl 10, DECA
Biology Club 10, 11, 12, Chemistry
Club 11, Conservation Club 10, 11,
12, German Club 10, 11, 12, Aca-
demic Decathlon 12,' Debate 9, 10,
Forensics 11, junior Board 11, Sci-
ence Olympiad 11, 12, Senior Board
12, Sophomore Board 10, Swing
Choir 9, Sophomore Choir 10, Sat-
ellire 10, 11, 12, Track 10, 11, 12,'
National Honor Society 10, 11, 12,
National Honor Society Vice Presi-
dent 12, Satellite News Editor 12,
National Merit Commended Stu-
dent 12, Rotary Honor Student 10,
Neenah High School Honor Student
12,' Debate Coaches Award 9, Bad-
ger Boys State 11. Man is the hunter,
woman is his game. - Lord Tenny-
AV 9, IOU 12,' STOP 9, 11,' junior
Board 11,' Sophomore Board 10,
Rocket 11, Golf 9, 10, 11, 12, Track
11. Ride the Maltese Flamingo!
AFS 9, 10, 11, 12, Co-op 12, junior
Board 11, Marching Band 10, 11,'
Concert Band 9, 10, 11, Pit Orches-
tra 11, Volleyball 9, 10, 11.
N Club 11, 12, junior Board 11, Pom
Pon Squad 9, 10, 11, 12, Senior
Board 12, Sophomore Board 10,'
Shattuck Yearbook 9, Rocket 11, 12,
N Club Secretary 11, N CLub Vice
President 12, Pom Pon Co-Captain
11, Pom Pon Co-Captain 12. Peace
8: soccer players be wfv. Love to
CB, Dot, Ann, Mike, Cuffs.
Spanish CLub 12,' Swimming 11, 72.
Thanks to all my friends especially
Lisa. l'll miss you all!
AFS 12,' Cheerleading 12, junior
Board 11, Senior Board 12, Sopho-
more Board 10, Marching Band 9,
10, Concert Band 9, 10. "PRIME"
French Club 11, 12, junior Board 11,'
Senior Board 12, Sophomore Board
10, Marching Band 9, Concert Band
9, Rocket 12, Basketball 9, Track 9,
10, 11, 12. 11 together 11 forever
class of 87 I luv you for my own!
Debate 9, 10, Drama 9, 10, Forensics
9, 10, Science Olympiad 11, 12,' Sat-
ellite 11, 12, Football 9, 10, 11, 12,
Track 9, 10, 11, 12, National Honor
Society 9. Man has not evolved an
inch from the slime that spawned
Chess Club 10.
Co-op 12,' Track 9.
Biology Club 12, STOP 10, 11, 12,
Academic Decathlon 12, Drama 11,
12, Science Olympiad 12. Merry
Christmas, Mr. VandeSande, Now is
the time for wisdom.
In despair the Hemi hunter will be
German Club 11, 12, Drama 9, Shat-
tuck yearbook 9. You're young
Co-op 12, Sophomore Board 10.
Biology Club 11, 12, Conservation
Club 10, 11, Academic Decathlon.
12, Debate 9, 10, 11, Drama 9, 10, 11,
12, Science Olympiad 11, 12, Con-
cert Band 9, Shattuck Newspaper 9.
As I look back, life's been good, and
hey, Morning Glory says -
What are you nuts! Good God!
French Club 10, 11, 12, Weightlift-
ing Club 9, 10, 11, 12, junior Board
11, Senior Board 12, Sophomore
Board 10, Student Gov't lShattuckj
9, Student Congress 10, Football 9,
10, 11, 12, Track 9, 10, 11, 12, Na-
tional Honor Society 10, 11. Never
slap a man who is chewing tobacco!
N Club 10, 11, Cheerleading 9, 10,
11, 12, junior Board 11,' Sophomore
Board 10, Student Gov't lShattuckj
9, Student Congress 9, 10, 11, 12,'
Rocket 10,' Softball 9, 10, 11, 12,'
Swimming 12, Student Congress
Secretary 10. lt's time to move on.
But you, NHS, will be missed.
Thanks for making me what I am
Football 9, 10, 11, Track 9. An artist
can be a prisoner of neither reputa-
tion nor style.
Computer Club 10, Weightlifting
Club 11, 12, Drama 10, 11, 12, Solo 8'
Ensemble 10, 12, Swing Choir 9, 10,
11, 12,' Sophomore Choir 10,' Cham-
ber Choir 12,' Baseball 9, Football 9.
Be the best that you can be.
Computer Club 10, 11, 12.
AFS 11,' Drama 9, 10, 11, 12, Drill
Team 10, Shattuck yearbook 9. Life
is a stage and we are the actors so go
out and break a leg. P.S. Thanks
AFS 11, 12, Key Club 10, Sopho-
more Board 10,' Marching Band 9,
10, 11, Concert Band 9, 10, 11,
Acappella Choir 12, Soccer 10, 11,
FBLA 12, Golf 9, Track 9, Wrestling
9, 10, 11, 12. So what are you saying!
l'm a graduate, I bet! Take off hoserl
French Club 10, 11, 12, junior
Board, 11, Senior Board 12, Sopho-
more Board 10, Golf 10, 11, 12, Soc-
Chess Club 9, 10, Computer Club
10, STOP 10, 11, 12, Swing Choir 9,
10. For those who peep in my win-
dows I knew you were there all
Biology Club 12, Spanish Club 10,
Drama 9, 12, junior Board 11, Senior
Board 12, Sophomore Board 10,'
Marching Band 9, Concert Band 9,
Solo 8: Ensemble 9, Basketball 9,
Golf 9, 10, 12. Four years ago I
dreamed school flew by, No, it was
N Club 12, Science Olympiad 9,
Senior Board 12, Sophomore Board
10, Basketball 9, 10, Football 9, 10,
11, 12,' Track 9, 10, 11, 12.
Conservation Club 10, Spanish Club
9, 10, Golf 12, Track 9, 10, ,11, 12.
When the world is running down -
make the best of what's still around.
junior Board 11,' Senior Board 12,'
Sophomore Board 10, Student
Govt.lShattuckj 9, Student Congress
10, 12, Rocket 11, 12, Baseball 9, 10,
Basketball 9, 10, 11, 12, Graduation
Committee 12. Don't you forget
about me! Especially
SGAjjjBCKMSTWM happiness and
success to ALL.
N Club 12, junior Board 11, Senior
Board 12, Sophomore Board 10,
Rocket 11, 12, Baseball 9, 10, Foot-
ball 9, 10, 11, 12,' Track 11, 12. The
one who ends up with the most toys
wins - Hey guys birds die. The Best
of the Best will survive! Hey Vicki
your're one of the Best!
Computer Club 12,' Science Olym-
piad 12, Sophomore Board 10,
Chamber Choir 11, 12, Solo A? En-
semble 10, 11, 12, Sophomore Choir
10,' Shattuck Yearbook 9, Satellite
12, Rocket 10,' Basketball 12, Foot-
ball 11, 12, Track 11, 12. juniors we
leave you with the senior upper-
Co-op 12, Drama 9, 10, 11,' Senior
Board 12, Sophomore Board 10,
Drill Team 10,' Rocket 10, Track 9.
For all the good times to come,
don't forget the past at NHS '87,
Co-op 12, junior Board 11, Sopho-
SENIOR ACTIVITIES 177
more Board 70, Sophomore Choir
10,' Softball 9, 10, 11,' Swimming 10,
11, 72,' Basketball 9,' Volleyball 9.
Well hello doodles, girdles, and
buddies. Have a honking life!
The other day I saw a guy with artifi-
cial legs and real feet. But then
there was Woody.
AFS 71, 72, Computer Club 72,
French Club 77, 72, Academic De-
cathlon 72, Debate 9, 70, Forensics
9,' Science Olympiad 71, 72, Senior
Board 12, Shattuck Yearbook 9,' Sat-
ellite 11, 72, Rocket 72, Football 9,
Cheerleading 9, Drama 9,' Sopho-
more Choir 70,' Chamber Choir 77,
72,' Gymnastics 70. 'BZ Madison,
Party in my and 007's room your're
all invited' ah.
AFS 12, Computer Club 72,' Graphic
Arts Club 12, Close Up 17, Debate 9,
Drama 77, Forensics 9, 10, 77, 72,
Senior Board 72,' Pop Strings 77, 72,
Shattuck Yearbook 9, Satellite 12,
Rocket 72, Basketball 9,' Track 9, 70,
Volleyball 9, 70, 77, 72,' National
Honor Society 12, AFS Correspon-
dence Secretary 72,' National Honor
Society Executive Board Member,
Chairperson of CBA 72. Always re-
member that complexity is just sim-
plicity in detail.
Does Carlos have a cute?
N Club 70, 11, 12, STOP 10,' Cheer-
leading 10, 11, 12, Senior Board 72,'
Sophomore Board 70, Shattuck
,Yearbook 9,' Softball 9, 70, 71, 72, N
Club President 12. As school comes
to a close we realize we face a new
Marching Band 9, 70,' Concert Band
9, 70, Basketball 9, 70. Pat Pedersen
Woody and his day live on: Sept 19.
Woody rules "kraut"
N Club 77, Debate 9, junior Board
77, Pom Pon Squad 10, 77, 72,' Sen-
ior Board 12, Sophomore Board 10,
Track 9, 70. The important thing is
to have fun.
Senior Board 12, Basketball 9, Vol-
leyball 9, 70.
Co-op 12, junior' Board 77, Senior
778 SENIOR ACTIVITIES
Board 72, Sophomore Board 70,'
Student Govt. IShattuckj 9, Volley-
ball 9, 70. To my special friends! Fol-
low your heart and you will know
French Club 77, junior Board 77,
Senior Board 72, Sophomore Board
10, Shattuck Newspaper 9, Rocket
71, 72,' Tennis 9, 70, 71, 72. You're
the greatest friends ever Tracy, Ann,
Karrie, and DeDe.
Drama 9, Marching Band 9, 70, 71,
72, Concert Band 9, 70, 7 7, 72, Pep
Band 9, 70, 77, 72, Solo 8' Ensemble
9, 70, 11, 72, Swing Choir 9, 70, 17,'
Pop Strings 72, Wind Ensemble 9,
10, 11, 12,' jazz Band 9, 10, 11, 12,' Pit
Orchestra 70, 11, 72. Come on you
guys, don't do that, that's darn in-
STOP 72. I enjoyed high school. I
loved the people and the teachers. I
will miss my friends. Neenah High is
the best that there is. The class of
7987 is the very bestlll
I is a high schul grajuate and disco
DECA 72. To the past with pride -
to the future with promise.
Spanish Club 70, 77, 72, junior
Board 71, Senior Board 72, Sopho-
more Board 70, Gymnastics 9, 70,'
Tennis 9, 70, 77, 72, Track 77,' Span-
ish Club President 72. Stop making
sense, everyone is an exception.
Sophomore Board 70, Marching
Band 9, 10, 77, 72,' Concert Band 9,
70, 77, 12,' Pep Band 9, 12, Cross
Country 70, 77, Track 70, 17. The
past cannot be changed, but the fu-
ture is what ever you want it to be.
Army, Lauxy, Buss, Carl, and Carty
French Club 77, 72,' junior Board 77,
Senior Board 12, Marching Band 9,
10, Concert Band 9, 70,' Solo 8' En-
semble 9, 70, Rocket 72, Basketball
9, 70, 77, 72, Soccer 70, 77, 72, Track
9, Soccer-Boys Manager 77, 72. 77
together 77 forever. Never surren-
der your dreams - NEVER!
Graphic Arts Club 72, junior Board
77, You are my world, my song, my
life. I luv ya A.W.K. 11 forever!
Chess Club 70, Debate 70, 77, 72,
Forensics 7 7, 72, National Honor So-
ciety 10, 17, 12. To know yourself is
the ultimate form of aggression.
Co-op 72, Football 9, 70, 77, 72.
Chemistry Club 77, 72,' Academic
Decathlon 12, Debate 9,' Science
Olympiad 72, Sophomore Board 70,
Marching Band 9, 10, Concert Band
9, 70, Symphony 9, 77,' Solo 8' En-
semble 9, 70, 17, 72,' Swing Choir 9,
Pop Strings 71, 12, jazz Band 71, Pit
Orchestra 70, 77, Gymnastics 9, 70.
Be generous and delicate and pur-
sue the prize. - james
Cheerleading 9, Drama 10, 77, 12,
Drill Team 72,' Marching Band 9, 10,
11, 12,' Concert Band 9, 10, 11, 12,
Orchestra 9, 70, 17, 72, Pep Band 9,
70, 17, 72, Solo 8' Ensemble 9, 70, 77,
72, Swing Choir 9, 70, 77, 72, Wind
Ensemble 9, 70, 71, 72, jazz Band 9,
70, 77, Sophomore Choir 70, Cham-
ber Choir 77, 72.
AFS 72,' French Club 72,' Drama 9,
72, Forensics 9, 70, 77, 72,' Pom Pon
Squad 70, 77, Drill Team 70,' Cham-
ber Choir 77, 72,' Orchestra 9, 70,
17, 72,' Solo 8 Ensemble 9, 70, 71, 12,
Swing Choir 72, Pop Strings 70, 77,
Sophomore Choir 70,' Pit Orchestra
77,' Merit Semi-finalist 72. When
patterns are broken, new worlds
Drama 72, Science Olympiad 72,
Acappella Choir 17, 72, Solo 8' En-
semble 9, 10, 72, Swing Choir 9, 11,
Sophomore Choir 70. Live fast, die
young. Circle jerks.
Co-op 72, FBLA 72. Be yourself
Who else is better qualified? -
German Club 72, N Club 72, junior
Board 11, Senior Board 72, Sopho-
more Board 70, Student Govt.!Shat-
tuck! 9, Student Congress 9, Rocket
-72,' Basketball 9, Cross Country 9,
10, 77, 12,- Track 9, 10, 11, 12. To the
world you are only somebody, but
to somebody you are the world!
Biology Club 72, Sophomore Choir
70, Basketball 9, 10 Volleyball 9, 10.
"Zim" will lead us and move
N Club 72,' Senior Board 72, Sopho-
more Board 70, Student Govt. IShat-
tuckl 9, Basketball 9, 70, 77, 72,
Football 9, 10, 71, 12, Tennis 9, 70,
77, 72. You have to push your limits
as far as you can. - Walter Payton
Close Up 70, 71, junior Board 77,
Senior Board 72,' Sophomore Board
10, Student Govt. iShattuck! 9, Con-
cert Band 9, Solo 8' Ensemble 9,' Bas-
ketball 9, 70, 71, 72,' Cross Country
9, 10, 11, 12, Track 9, 10, 11, 12,
National Honor Society 70, 71, 72.
77 together, 77 forever. I'll never
forget NHS! Especially jDG!!
Co-op 72, FBLA 72, Pom Pon Squad
9, 70, Marching Band 9, 70, 11,'C0n-
cert Band 9, 70, 77,' Solo 8 Ensemble
70, 77, 72, National Honor Society
10, 11, 12.
Computer Club 70, 77, 72, March-
ing Band 9, 70, Concert Band 70,
Pep Band 70, Rocket 72. To boldly
go where no man has gone before.
Senior Board 12, Sophomore Board
70. Many great memories. Thanks
dimples and scoop.
Pom Pon Squad 9, 70, 17, Sopho-
more Board 70, Chamber Choir 77,
12, Drill Team 12, Marching Band 9,
70, 71, 72, Concert Band 9, 70, 77,
72, Orchestra 9, 70, 77, 72,' Pep Band
9, 70,SoIo 8 Ensemble 9, 70, 77, 72,'
Swing Choir 9, 72, Sophomore
Choir 70,' Pit Orchestra 70. To jill
Basketball 9,' Volleyball 9, 70, 77, 12.
Thanks to all the friends who made
high school a blast!
junior Board 77, Senior Board 72,
Shattuck Yearbook 9,' Rocket 12,
Basketball 9, 70, 77, Track 9, 70, 17,
72, Volleyball 9, 70, 71, 72. 77 to-
gether 77 forever. Class of '87, we
luv you for our own.
Cheerleading 70, 77, 72, junior
Board 77, Senior Board 72, Sopho-
more Board 70, Drill Team 72,
Marching Band 9, 70, 77, 72,' Con-
cert Band 9, 70, 77, 72, Basketball 9,
Volleyball 9, 70, 77, 72. Special
friends make special memories.
Thanks NHS. lt's been great.
AFS 77, French Club 72, junior
Board 77, Orchestra 9,' Cross Coun-
try 72,' Track 71, 72. Believing is the
beginning of a dream come true.
Football 70, 77. Time flies when you
7987 ROC K E T
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Top left: Giving with a smile.
Top right: Has the party started yet?
left: Setting up for the gift of life.
left: One way to spend a morning.
center left: Are you sure about this?
center right: Great painting!
right: Who says NHS students have no artistic talent?
SPLE DORI THE GRASS
Top left: This is more fun than the classroom stufH
Top center: Boys will be boys.
Bottom right: Sun gets in your eyes.
Top right: just sittin' on the curb waiting for a ride.
Bottom left: School's almost over!
Bottom left center: Who's reading the story to whom?
right center: Pals forever - see you at the class reunion.
' X ' XIN' 15.
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ETTERS 3RD IN STATE MEET
Finisiiingj with 14 points, Neenahfs netters took third
place iinQgU'lri5 A WMA state tennis Eiei sto urnament.g Nieglet
placed first. with 26 2 poin ts, iandiwookfield E East nailed
downseeond with 16 points. T E
The not 2 doubles team of Tip Brown and Pat Began
reached the quarterfinals where they lost to last year s
third place finishers. The no. 1 tandem of T john
Gerstner and Pat Boswell were eliminated in their sec
ond match. Greg Berven, the sectional singles champ,
lost his second match, and Andy Semrad was defeated
in his:1st match. Q it tiilti . '
ln .conference play the Rocigetsgplapedr numbeiffone
as theyeciidsat both thetregiorialseandsectionalsgAtfstib
sectionalstheteam scored the maximum 16 points and
qualified the entire team. At sectionals they scored.35
of a possible 36 points. , g E
All-EVA tennis singles players from Neenah areiSern
raaL Boswell, and Brown. Tedfffhomsen and Dan Kear
ne were honored on the doubles first unit. Berven
Boswelirandt Gerstner reeeiyediihonorable mention
At right: Gerstner delivers a running cross-court return
8 SPOR T5
At left: Greg Berven, no. 1 singles
At right.' john Gerstner and Pat Boswell,
no. 1 doubles players.
Filmstrip: Ready, set . . .
,, at Tr
IV TENNIS TEAM
Leland Anderson, Mike Anderson,
Brian Boyd, Matthew Germanprez,
Mike Gerstner, Scott Hauser, jeff
Kearny, jason King, Mark Lemke,
Mike Marquart, Scott McNeely,
Andy Parker, Kevin Rogers, David
Rohrbach, Tom TerHorst, lon
Tipler, Christopher Turoski, Daniel
Wheeler, Coach Ben DeDecker
SPOR T5 9
ROCKETS LOOK TO FUTURE
Thirteen losses and only three wins made for a
disappointing season for the Neenah Rocket nine.
In tournament play the Rockets lost to Menasha
5-3 in a rain-delayed game that was suspended in
the third inning with the Bluejays leading 3- 1. The
next day Neenah scored three runs but were un-
able to keep the Jays from scoring two more runs.
Pat Pederson was named to the All-F VA first
team, and jim Marohn received honorable men-
tion. Pederson, the team's Most Valuable Player,
was named co-captain with Todd Price. He also
received the Silver Bat Award for a .366 season.
Brad Wiegand received the Gold Bat Award with a
Above left: lnfielders: Kneeling: Dave Anklam, Mark K oehn, Rick
Keller. Standing: Paul Valentine, Brad Wiegand, lim Marohn. Out-
fielders: Above Right: Pat Pederson, jeff Brigham, loel Knorr, Rich
K lesmit, Bob jarosinski. Pitchers and catchers: Below right: Kneel-
ing: Rick Sauer, Todd K leinschmidt, Rick Keller. Standing: Todd
Price, Shayne Gauthier, Dave Halverson. Absent: Lawrence' '
10 SPOR T5
Appleton West Loss
Oshkosh West Loss
Kimberly , Win
Appleton East Loss
Oshkosh North Loss
Appleton West Loss
Oshkosh West Loss
Appleton East Loss
Oshkosh North Loss
IV BASEBALL TEAM
Scott Amond, Simon DeRuyter,
Brett Donaldson, Brad Du-
Chaine, justin Freier, Thomas
Gehrt, Eric Hohenwalter, Kevin
Klitz, Tom Moe, Robert Reilly,
Shane Roh, loe Schwei, Andrew
Stephan, jason Webster, jon
Zimmer, Coach Lew Zielsdorf
Above left: Coming off the mound with a strike.
Above right: Is he throwing or ducking?
filmstrip: It's a hit!
SPOR TS 1 1
RUCKETS ZND l FVA
After placing 2nd in the
FVA with a 13-5 record the
girls' softball team was de-
feated in the WIAA regional
tournament by Kimberly 6-
Shelly Sturges and Lisa Ho-
henwalter were named to
the All-FVA first team. Sec-
ond team Rockets were Teri
Bresnahan, Kelly Day, and
Hohenwalter, Day, and
Bresnahan were elected tri-
captains. Day received the
Coaches' Award, Hohen-
walter the Defensive and
MVP Awards, Sturges the
Leading Hitter Award Kathy
Swanson the Spirit Award,
and Tammy Lepsch the Most
Kneeling: Karen Fetzer, Tami Llewellyn, Tammy Lepsch, Dawn Wollersheim, Teri Bresnahan, Steph-
anie Armbruster, Shelly Sturges, Kathy Swanson. Standing: Bob Wagner, Mike Schuelke, leni Baker,
Tracey Rymer, Kristin Stutzman, Kelly Day, Katie Larson, Stacey Hagen, Angie Sincere, Lisa Hohen-
walter, Sara Gossen, George Scherck.
. . . . . . 'A a s t , , vf:'wfMw,s4.1:Q. ., .,:ff.Q-gsi.,,j1-lIQi' 114.
Above: Protecting against the base runner is an infielder's job. . ' l -. l " ' 1 , f 1 3' . ' xi v f fm- M' :S +P-'ru -V4
At right: Ah, come on, ump, she's safe. ' 'l " ' ' ,LVV V-fwlzfllif'-rfil lfe
12 SPOR T5
' '- 4
Appleton East Loss
Sheboygan South 122 Win
Appleton West Win
Appleton East Loss
Fond du Lac KZ! Win
Appleton West Loss
Oshkosh North Win
Oshkosh North Win
Kaukauna 121 Win
Oshkosh West Win
Oshkosh West Win
Filmstrip: Must have been a good play,' the Coach is
Below left: Consultation lays the game plan.
Below right: Another hit for Shelly.
7 " 5
,N ,, , L
Yet. ' L'
IV SOFTBALL TEAM
Seated: Kim Kitzinger, Sonja
Craig, Alison Griswold, Heidi
Meyer, lenny Lotzer, Kari Leuth-
old, Carey Flanagan. Standing:
Molly Weber, Kim Hood, Lisa
Shulfer, Lisa Breitrick, Mike Mol,
jenny Shultz, jenny Woelfel,
Brenda johnson, Katie Perry.
SPOR TS 13
Below: Long Distance: Kneeling: Kevin Voss, Reid johnson,
Steve Scherck. Standing: john Paske, Alex Scribner, jeff
Reeves, Todd Kriese, Aaron Pues, Tom jensen.
Above: Weightmen: Kneeling: Coach Uslabar, Charlie Smith, Stuart
Knight, Mike Brantmeier. Standing: Phil Nordness, Drew Fesler, jim
Northway, john Hodges, Dave McLaren.
NHS TRACK TEAM WINS FVA
Neenah 's boys'track team took the F VA con-
ference title defeating second place Appleton
West in the conference meet with 118 points.
Kevin Rule won the A100 hurdles, and Charlie
Smith was second. Mike Bran tmeier took a Hrst
in the 100 j yard dash, and Dave McLaren won
the shot put. In bothithe 400 and 1600 relays,
the Rockets tookilafsetond ' Q g
Sophomores flfevinijiiulerand Dave McLaren
represented thekocket team in the WIAA class
A state tournament, A
A Smith and Craig Sachs shared the co-captain
award. Smith was also a 1000 point winner and
co-Most Valuable: Sprinter with Brantmeier.
Alex Scribner was named the Most Valuable
Distance Runner, and jim Northway received
the Spirit Award. DaveiMcLaren, the 2nd 1000
point winner, was named the Most Valuable-
Field Events. c 1 S S
Above right: Sprinters: Kneeling: Keith Becher, Ron Schem-
mel, Kevin Davis, Kevin Dennis, Ryan Wubben. Standing: Gary
Parker, jay Cartwright, Steve Camber, Craig Sachs, john Swen-
son, Matt Verdon. Below right: Field Events: Kneeling: Steve
johnson, joe Bachman, Tag Vine. Standing: Clay Reisler, Char-
lie Smith, Kent Rhode, Morgan Wiswall, Kevin Rule, Sean
Perry, Mike Campbell, Glenn Severson.
14 SPOR T5
THREE GIRLS PLACE AT STATE
0 Patti Schoo capturedi,gthe.QQWlAA Class A
,A girls' track ghigh jump AAAE I erm y Gwens
took second in the'3200frneter run, and Lori
jesse was fourth in the 400. The girls' 1600
relay team of Amy Garloclc, Cathy Gilmore,
Lori jesse, and Cheryl MacPhetridge placed
fifth and Tracy Shukosky was 13th in the 100
Scoring 70 points, the Rockets took Hrst
place in the WIAA Class A track and field
sectional In the FVA conference meet the
Rockets placed second behind Kaukauna.
5 Garlock, Gilmore, and jesse shared the co-
captains honors. Gilmorelalso, received the
Q .Coaches'Award.s jesse,faY1t700ipoints winner,
. was chosen MostxValual?lQf5PCints. Owens,
- also 1000 points, twasfMQStQ.Valuable-Dir
tance, and Shukosk y won .both a 1000 points
award and was selected Most Valuable-Field
Events. Schoo was the final 1000 points win-
GIRLS TRACK TEAM IUNIORS AND SENIORS
Top left: Kneeling: jona Schultz, Lynda Heinen, Patti
Schoo, jenny Owens. Standing: Chris Beringer, Lisa Har-
ding, Cathy Gilmore, Lori jesse, Tracy Shukosky, Amy Gar-
SOPHOMORES AND IUNIORS
Center left: Kneeling: jeanette Scribner, Stacy Klapper,
Cate Pichon, KayAnn Monard, Sheri Green, Sara Tracy.
Standing: Coach john Gilmore, Kelly Resch, Cheryl Mac-
Phetridge, Sharon Bachman, julie Borden, Coach Gertz,
Coach Ron Fedenko.
At left: Crossing the finish line with baton held high.
Above: Going for a long one.
SPOR TS 15
BOYS TRACK SCORE-
Appleton Schools 3rd
Neenah Invitational 5th
Wauwatosa Invitational 6th
Stevens Point Invit. 3rd
Fond du Lac Loss
Fondy Relay 3rd
Nicolet Invitational 5th
Oshkosh North, Kaukauna
Oshkosh West Invit. 3rd
Appleton East, Menasha 1st
Oshkosh West 1st
Conference Relay 1st
Conference Meet 1st
GIRLS TRACK SCORE-
Titan Invitational 3rd
Neenah Invitational 2nd
Wausau Invitational 3rd
Stevens Point Invit. 3rd
Homestead Invitational 8th
Oshkosh West 2nd
Conti Outdoor Relay 3rd
Conference Meet 2nd
Above left: Straining for the lead.
Above right: Up and over the bar.
Below left: Coming out of the blocks.
Below right: Crossing the tape.
16 SPOR TS
STRA D SIXTH IN STATE MEET
Kneeling: Doug Howe, john Sams, Greg Strand, Bob Retzlaff Dan Eckstein. Standing: Kurt
Danielson, Andy Hendricks, Dave Schultz, Mike lugo, Keith Phillips, Dan Sirola, Rod Hayward,
Mike Darrow, Bill McBride. Absent: Pat lugo, jason Neitzel. '
Appleton West Win
Appleton East 1,055
Oshkosh West Win
Fond du Lac Invitational 1st
Oshkosh North Win
Appleton East Loss
Neenah's Greg Strand finished
among the top six medalists in the
WIAA state boys golf tournament,
losing a playoff for fifth place. His
tournament score was 155. Bob
Retzlaff had a 161 total, Doug
Howe 169, Dan Eckstein 176, and
Pat lugo 185.
The Rockets earned their state
berth by taking a first in the sec-
tional at Oshkosh. At the regional
in Appleton, Neenah placed sec-
In the FVA tournament Neenah
outscored Appleton East 320-324
to take the conference title. They
also captured the league's overall
crown with 22 112 points. Strand
shared conference medalist hon-
ors with a low of 77 and was suc-
cessful in the' playoff.
Strand was honored as the it1
golfer at the yearend banquet. Pat
lugo received the Don Bartelt
Award, and Dan Eckstein was cho-
sen Most Improved Golfer.
filmstrip: ls he giving any good advice?
Above.' Greg shows his excellent putting form.
SPOR TS 77
Neenah's girls' soccer team
placed third at the WIAA state
tournament, losing to Hartland
Arrowhead 1-0 in the semi-finals.
ln the quarterfinal game at state,
the Rockets dropped Brookfield
Unbeaten in conference play,
Neenah again won the FVA
crown, la feat they have accom-
plished each year since the league
was formedl, placing six players
on the All-FVA first team: Amy
Zimmerman, jill K ieliszewski, Pam
Florek, Amy Votava, Nancy Gray
and Amy Buchanan. Second team
members are Susan Rohrback and
Vicki Stanke. Shannon Bucking-
ham, Heidi lensen, and Cathy
Schaidler received Honorable
Gray received the Best Forward
Award, K ieliszewski Best Defend-
er, Votava Best Midhelder and
Zimmerman MVP. A
Seated: Pam Florek,1'Heidi Hemes, Paula Waite, Amy Buchanan, Claudia Scherrer. Kneeling:
Brenda Morgan, jill K ieliszewski, lodi Strebel, Shannon Buckingham, jenny Hill, Amy Votava,
Nancy Gray, Cathy Schaidler. Standing: Ade Van Geffen, Susan Rohrback, Kathy Wasco, Heidi
lensen, Chelsea Coan, Christy Berven, jenny Larson, Vicki Stanke, Patty Shutt, Sara Erickson.
KICKERS THIRD AT STATE
Filmstrip: Form for a successful free kick.
At right: What soccer is all about.
18 SPOR T5
All Conference Meets Wins
HeartlandfArrowh ead Win
Brookfield East Win
Madison Lafollette Win
Madison West Win
Brookfield Central Win
DON'T DRI K THE WATER
Neenah's thespians 'ylfeayturdd t et 2
Woody Allen 's comedy Don't Drink
tion. Set in an American embassybef ,ooo 1 i
the Water as their final g7987produce'
hind the Iron Curtaingl thespley aegis- e A
tered on a family trapped behind the o L 2 l
embassy walls. s i i o v o ooo
Starring Katie Crowe, iScott,Roh,t
and Sarah Tracy fas the family, the-
drama also featured joe Beard as the 1 f
beleaguered ambassador? rsonb handy
Tom Romnek as a priest whose long l
exile leo' him to an interestyin magic,
Rod johnson directed thesproduce at
tion with of lim Vorlandi technicfal tttli
director. t ? '
Above right: The embassy cheh lim Tews,
has trouble dealing with the family's
proletarian tastes. Below left: Two
housewives, from very different lands, chat
away. Below right: Even in times of danger,
love conquers all.
Under the direction of Rod johnson, the
Neenah High theatre returned to the 1950's in
their production of Grease, back to poodle skirts,
pony tails, hot rods, and the beginnings of rock
"5hakin'at the High School Hop," NL ook at me,
I'm Sandra Dee, "and "Freddy, My Lovenblended
with "Alma Mater" and "Beauty School Dropout"
to recall a seemingly simpler era.
Cast members included Dan Kearny as Danny
Zuko, jill Freier as Sandy Dumbrowski, jenny
Crockett as Frenchy, Kathy Lewis as jan, Patty
Shutt as Marty, Rachel Alsteen as Betty, Scott Roh
as Roger, jake Vander Zanden as Doody, and jim
Lewis as Sonny. Rounding out the complement
were Heidi Meyer, Shannon Gumma, jason Fel-
lows, Mike Connolly, Bill Neal, and joe Beard.
Orchestra members were Dave Rouse, Dave
Dunning, Mark Anderson, Pat Fahrenkrug, Eliza'
beth justice, and jeff Roberts. Student Assistants,
julie Ward and Steve Scherck, aided technical di-
rector Jim Vorland. jim Vine and Len Hansen
guided the vocal and instrumental music. The
production staff included Lynda Orlando, Lisa
Labre, john Bonnin, Russ Moder, Lynn Bocek and
Kim Palmer. Staff members Barb Willmington,
Chris Grunwaloh and Craig Rider also added their
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STARRING AT GIRLS STATE
Four Neenah students attended
Badger Girls State in june, 1987, in
Madison. S The-girls duplicated the
bodies of Wisconsinsffgovernment
duringtrheirsronteknsskifstay.it 1 W A is
NHS rijuniorsriliweirei 'lss 3 pensored. by
several Neenah fcornrnunityiisorgani-
zations. NeenahvRotaryyfClub spon-
sored Shelly iCarlsonQ Cappy Coun-
ard was sponsored bythe Optimist
Club of Neenah-Menasha. American
Legion Post 433 1 sponsored Cory
Counarci and OB-G YN Associates of
Neenah sponsored Sarah Ernst. Al-
ternates were Margaret Hayward
Nancy Mattes, Carrie Oashger, and
jaymee Schubert. r S
GIRLS STA TE REPRESENTATIVES
Seated: Sarah Ernst and Shelly Carlson. Stand
ing: Cory Counard and Cappy Counard.
FEATURED AT BADGER STATE
Neenah's representatives at
Boys State, held at Ripon, includ-
ed Greg Berven, sponsored by
Neenah-Menasha, Elks, Lodge
lf676g Fritz :Kidd ...sponsored by
American ' Legion g Postsfss?gi323," and A
Roy ,Park, sponsoredsibyweenah
Rotary Club. Alternatesfqwere Tip
Brown, Erich Lassen. and Paul Val-
For one week, 1000 Wisconsin
boys formed the "51st" state and
learned about local and state gov-
BOYS STA TE REPRESENTA TIVES
Roy Park and Greg Berven. Absent: Fritz Kidd.
22 GIRLS, BOYS STATE
BOUND FOR GLOR
SCIENCE OL YMPIAD TEAM
Seated: Scott Steinfort, Roy Park, Chris Bero, joe Bachman, Beth Anderson, Russ Moder. Standing: Advisor
Dean Wisthofti john Mueller, Erich Lassen, Glen Lemmert, john Bonnin, Paul Palmer, Pam Braun, Heidi
Ehrenberg, and Advisor Larry Lemmert.
Competition is the
'name of the game in the
4 ,Science Olympics -
A mind power rather than
physical prowess are re-
quired. This year's team
I participated in local
l meets, competing in the
knowledge and creation
categories of the contests.
Then on to state competi-
tion! NHS finished fifth
among 44 teams.
, Carolyn Piantek and Beth Sawis-
ville took Hrst-place honors in the
,Wisconsin Future Business Lead-
ers of America competition. Both
77 represented Wisconsin in na tional
:competition I in Anaheim, Califor-
M nia,in1luiyQ is Y
Ti A Jenny, Glocke, Chris Kohlbeck,
in iands lScortt Steinfort participated
Withf the other competitors at the
regionals Kathy Swanson also re
I presented Neenah's FBLA at state.
if The purpose of the FBLA con- A
I tests is to help students who are
in interested in 'business increase
their ,skills by competing against
A the best in the state and nation.
FUTURE BUSINESS LEADERS OF AMERICA 11. S
Seated: Advisor Pat Seybert, Rhonda Reinke, Carolyn Piantek, Chris K ohlbeck. Standing: Laura i V f
Dryer, Shelly Sturges, Kathy Swanson, Mike Darrow, and Beth Sawlsville. A-
SCIENCE OL YMPIAD, FBLA 23
With the theme "Your Precious
Love, " the class of 1987 celebrat-
ed at the NHS prom. Steve Cam-
ber and Amy Votava reigned as
King and Queen. Senior atten-
dants were Terese Bresnahan,
Marty Christensen, Nicole Flor-
ence, Troy Howard, Tammy
Lepsch, and Pat jugo. junior at-
tendants were Shelly Carlson, Rob
Buksyk, Amy Floriano, Christo-
pher Farrell, Tracey R ymer, Craig
Klart, Stephanie Taves, and Mark
At left: Making an entrance.
Below left: Posing in prom finery.
Below right: Music man croons a number
FRANCES SA WYER HEFTI SCHOLARSHIPS Kneeling: Daria Simon and Nadine Huebner.
Standing front: Marty Robinson, Cathy Gilmore, Sue Suprise, Pam Strebel, Carolyn Piantek.
Standing back: David Klitz, Nat Collins, Brian Ehrenberg, joe Bachman, Bill Neal. Absent:
NEENAH COMMUNITY SCHOLARSHIPS
Above.' Marty Robinson, Anne Vedra, Karrie Becher.
Inset: Russ Moder.
SENIOR AWARDS PROGRAM
In the joint spring orchestra-sen-
ior awards program, Neenah teach-
ers, administrators and community
members honored those seniors
who achieved the best in scholastics,
I music, service and athletics.
Individual academic deapartments
honored their outstanding students.
The music and athletic departments
named the recipients of their many
Most of the awards were present-
ed by community members associat-
ed with businesses and organizations
that traditionally honor Neenah 's
graduating seniors. Many of these
awards involve money grants and
scholarships that are designed both
to reward good students and to help
them with their collegiate expenses.
All recipients of senior awards are
listed on page 28.
NATIONAL SCHOOL ORCHESTRA ASSOCIATION
A WARDS PROGRAM 25
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CLASS OF 87 GRADUATES
june 9, 1983 marked the "com-
mencement" of the Class of 1987.
The graduation ceremony intro-
duced to the community the Dis-
tinguised Honor Students: loe
Bachman, Sue Suprise, Marty
Robinson, Nadine Huebner, Con-
nie Otto, Bill NeaL Daria Simon,
Carolyn Piantek, David Klitz, and
Lori Moede and jeff Pergolski
were featured as class speakers.
Top: jeff practices his speech with Mary
Lindgren before the ceremony.
Center left.' It's a-one-and-a-two.
Center right: All kinds of surprises lurk
under those graduation gowns.
Bottom left: While the Class of '87
celebrated their classmate, Marne
Keller, who studied in Denmark this
year, was with them in spirit.
Bottom right: Now, Chris is ready to
take on the world - but is the world
ready for Chris?
GRADUA TION 27
Achievement Rotary-Fine Arts Awards ........ Carolyn Heinen
Outstanding French Student I .... Suzanne Suprise Michelle Ducayet
Amy lhde National Merit Finalists ...,,...,,.,. Daria Simon
Outstanding German Student .,.... joe Bachman Pam Dube
Martin Brost Neil A. Armstrong Shamrock . . . Paul Fontecchio
Outstanding Spanish Student . . . Carolyn Piantek Twin City Business and
Outstanding Mathematics Student . . Daria Simon Professional Women's Club ......... Barry Tebon
Outstanding English Student ........ Anne Vedra Neenah Faculty Wives Scholarship .. john Carlson
Outstanding Social Studies Student Paul Schaper Neenah Police Wives Scholarship .... David K litz
Carolyn Piantek Neenah-Menasha Noon Optimist Club -- Pat lugo
Outstanding Science Student ...,.. loe Bachman Winnebago County Bar Association . - Amy Votava
Outstanding Business Student . . Esther Schneider UW-M,-gdigon Fox Valley Alumni Katherine Damica
Music Rachel Alsteen
National School Choral Award ..... Dave Schultz Larggn-Winchester Li0ne55 Club I h . Tracy Shukosky
National School Orchestra Award . . . Pam Strebel N-Club Awards ..........,,.....,. Karrie Becher
Special Recognition Tracy Waskiewicz
DAR AW-ifd ,...................,. 108 B3Chl'I'laI1 NAPA Auto P3r15 Scholarghip ,,,,, Kurt Tgeppler
Academic Scholarships I.B.A. College of Cosmetology .... Dawn Laedtke
L. C, Roeck Memorial Scholarship Barbara Adkins Kiwanis Scholarships ..,,.. Michelle Spiegelberg
Norma M. Mayer Memorial ..., Brian Ehrenberg Chris Last
AAL Vocational School Scholarship . THFBSH H856 Luther College Certificate ........... Lisa Frazzell
Frances Sawyer Hefti Scholarship Brian Ehrenberg Carroll College Certificate ...... Carolyn Piantek
IOS Barhman Athletic Awards
Sue Suprise Senior Plaques .........,........ Cathy Gilmore
Nadine Huebner Amy Zimmerman
Marty Robinson john Gerstner
Carolyn Piantek Terese Bresnahan
Bill Neal Pam Florek
Daria Simon Lori jesse
David K litz WIAA Scholar Athletes ........,.. john Gerstner
Cathy Gilmore Carolyn Piantek
Nat C0llinS Marlon Batterman Memorial Trophy. .Steve Camber
Pam Strebel Female Athlete of the Year ,.... Tami Whitlinger
Greg Fatovisti Teri Whitlinger
Menasha Corporation Scholarship ..... Kathleen Male Athlete of the Year ......... john Gerstner
G'6HSfl9f Bradley University Scholarship ...,,. Cathy Farrell
Nicole-t Clinic Memorial ............ Pam Strebel U. of Virginia! Scholarship ....... Kris Kelderman
Neenah Community Scholarships . . . Karrie Becher Soccer Award - U.S. Army ..... Kris Kelderman
Marty Robinson UW-Green Bay ...............,......, lim Nash
RUSS M0d6f Stanford University Scholarships Tami Whitlinger
Anne Vedra Teri Whitlinger
Modern Woodmen of America ....,..., Bill Neal University of Minnesota ........ Cathy Zolkowski
Rotary Scholarship ......,.,..... Kathy Swanson Commencement
Beth Anderson Senior Speakers ................... Lori Moede
28 A WARDS
don't know what you're doing!
Co-op 12, Baseball 9.
Football 9, Wrestling 11. And then
there were none.
Rocket 12. Love life andlive it to the
Softball 9, 10, 11, 12,' Basketball 9,'
Volleyball 9, 10, 11, 12. I'd like to
thank the two greatest friends: Lynn
Forensics 9, Pom Pon Squad 9, 10,'
Acappella Choir 9. Thanks to our
four best friends Ann, Mike, CB,
and Cuffs love Dot and Heather.
Wrestling 9, 10, 11, 12. That which
does not kill us makes us stronger.
AFS 11, 12, German Club 11, 12, Bas-
ketball 9, 10, 11. Seasons will
change, you must move on. Follow
your dreams. - GTR
AFS 10, 11, 12, French Club 10, 11,
12, Close up 10, 11, 12, Debate 11,
12,- Drama 9, 10,' Forensics 9, 10, 11,
12, junior Board 11, Sophomore
Board 10,' Shattuck Newspaper 9,
Satellite 10, 11, 12, National Honor
Society 10, 11, 12, AFS Secretary 11,
AFS President 12, Newspaper Co-
Editor 12, National Honor Society
Secretary 12. Life is copacetic.
jack, jill Spanish Club 10, Sopho-
more Board 10,' Volleyball 9. Yester-
days come and go it's the memories
that last forever.
Co-op 12, junior Board 11,' Sopho-
more Board 10, Volleyball 9.
Marching Band 9,' Acappella Choir
12, Solo 8' Ensemble 9, 10,' Sopho-
more Choir 10,' Basketball 9, 10, 11,
12, Cross Country 12,' Tennis 9, 10,
11, Track 9, 10, 11, 12. All it takes is
all you've got.
Drama 9,' Forensics 9, Senior Board
12,' Sophomore Board 10,' Golf 9, 10,
11, 12, National Honor Society 11,
12. You don't know what you have
until you lose it.
junior Board 11,' Rocket 11,' Baseball
9, Swimming 9, 10, 11, 12. To D.F.
Never let the past get in the way,
the futures always brighter. Luv UI
Key Club 12, N Club 10, Sophomore
Board 10,' Acappella Choir 10, 11,
12,' Solo 8' Ensemble 9, Swimming
10, Volleyball 9. Too Penny L. 8'
Tammy C.- the two chicka's who
helped me make it through- re-
member- always party with Boston!
Graphic Arts Club 11, 12, Rocket 11,
12. Where NHS lea ves off reality be-
gins. To all my friends . . . Good luck
- I'Il be around
Solo 8: Ensemble 9, 11, 12, Swing
Choir 9, 10, 11, 12,' Sophomore
Choir 10,' Basketball 9,' Football 9, 10,
12, Tennis 9, 10, 11, 12. Two Three
Four Stop! . . . Danz Macabre! Play
well, Danz Macabre.
Conservation Club 12,- Acappella
Choir 9,' Baseball 9, 10, 11, 12, Foot-
ball 10, Wrestling 9. Scribner tried
his hardest, but I still passed!!
Chess Club 9, 10, Track 9, 10. Born
to be wild. Steppenwolf Everybody
got to elevate from the norm.
Chess Club 9, 10, 11, 12, Marching
Band 9, 10, 11, 12,' Concert Band 9,
10, 11, 12,' Symphony 9, 10, 11, 12,'
Pep Band 9, 10, 11, 12,' Solo 8 En-
semble 9, 10, 11, 12,' jazz Band 9, 10,
11, 12, Pit Orchestra 10, 11,' National
Honor Society 11, 12. Each new day
is the first day of the rest of your life.
Live it smartly- because unfortu-
nately it also may be the last.
I am happy to graduate but I will
miss my friends.
Neenah High School has given me a
good education. I have met many
C o -op 12.
Go for it!
N Club 10, 11,S TOP 10,' Cheerlead-
ing 9, 10, 11, 12,' junior Board 11,
Senior Board 12, Sophomore Board
10,' Marching Band 9, 10, 11,' Con-
cert Band 9, 10, 11, Pep Band 10,
Solo 8 Ensemble 9, 10. The memo-
ries are mine forever. Thank you
NHS. P.S. Pan down Muff
Co-ops 12, Basketball 9,' Tennis 9,
Track 9. Anytime, any place, any-
where, I'll never forget what we've
DECA 12, Spanish Club 10, 11, Pom
Pon Squad 11,' Sophomore Board
10, Volleyball 9, DECA Secretary 12.
Drama 9, 10, 11, 12, Sophomore
Board 10,' Shattuck Yearbook 9,'
Rocket 12. Everyone keeps telling
us this is the best time of our lives,
French Club 11, junior Board 11,'
Senior Board 12,' Shattuck Yearbook
9, Rocket 11,' Track 9. All roads lead
to where you are. Love comes tum-
AFS 12,' Co-op 12,' N Club 10, 11,
Pom Pon Squad 9, 10, 11. Mis, Vick,
Ter, the Gomers, and Spuds -
Thanks for everything.
Chemistry Club 11, Drama 10, 11,
12,' Forensics 9, 10, 11, 12, Concert
Band 9, 10, 11, Marching Band 9, 10,
11,' Pep Band 9,' Solo 8 Ensemble 10,'
Wind Ensemble 10,' Shattuck Year-
book 9, Rocket 10, 11, 12, Volleyball
9, National Honor Society 11, 12,'
Rocket Editor 11, 12. Friendship is
the bread of life . . . The Big Chill.
Shattuck Yearbook 9, Baseball 9, 10,'
Basketball 9, 10, 11, 12,' Football 9.
To Mr. Scribner - a great guy!
junior Board 11, Senior Board 12,'
Sophomore Board 10, Student
Gov't. IShattucki 9,' Student Con-
gress 9, 10, 11, Basketball 9, 10, 11,
Football 9, 10, 11, 12, Volleyball 9,
Student Gov't President 9, Student
Gov't Vice President 11. Aussie here
I come. Don't conform - rebel.
Surf nude-ok. Don't peace.
Chess Club 9, 10, Computer Club
10, STOP 10, 11, 12, Swing Choir 9,
10. It's been a hard road, edge of an
overdose. No matter how high you
get you're still too low.
Chess Club 9, 10, 11, 12, Computer
Club 10,' STOP 11,' Academic De-
cathlon 12,' Debate 9, 10, 11, 12,'For-
ensics 12,' Science Olympiad 10, 11,
12,' Shattuck Newspaper 9. Live fast
and die young. Circle jerks.
Good grades, close friends and fun
times is what Neenah High's all
French Club 9, junior Board 11,'
Senior Board 12,' Sophomore Board
10, Pom Pon Squad 9,' Shattuck
Yearbook 9,' Rocket 12. jac Mac
rules the road and always will. The
engine is the mind.
N Club 10, 11,'S TOP 10,' Cheerlead-
ing 9, 10, 11,' Drama 9, junior Board
11, Pom Pon Squad 12, Sophomore
Board 10. True friends will always
have great memories to hold onto.
Co-op 12,'DECA 12.
Biology Club 9, Spanish Club 9, 10,'
Weightlifting Club 9, 10, Softball 9,
10,' Soccer 9. If or when you drink,
don 't take the wheel! Live and learn.
French Club 11, 12, junior Board 11,'
Senior Board 12, Rocket 11, 12, Vol-
leyball 9, 10,' National Honor Society
11, 12. Best friends are the nicest
things that could happen to you be-
cause out of all the people in the
world, you've been lucky enough to
find each other.
McKellear, Bobbi Lynn '
FBLA 11. Dreams brought into the
light of day come true.
Hey bean l'm gonna toss you to the
AFS 12, German Club 12.
To boldly go where no man has
gone before- Star Trek.
junior Board 11, Senior Board 12,
Shattuck Yearbook 9,' Rocket 11,
National Honor Society 12. Free-
dom is intoxicating - it's a lizard in
your hand - INXS.
Biology Club 12, French Club 11, 12,
junior Board 11, Senior Board 12,
Rocket 11,' Baseball 9, Swimming 9,
10, 11, 12. I'll see you on the dark
side of the moon .... Pink Floyd
Biology Club 11, 12,' Chess Club 12,'
Conservation Club 10, 11,' Debate 9,
10, 11, Drama 9, 10, 11, 12,' Science
Olympiad 11, 12, Orchestra 9, Shat-
tuck Newspaper 9. Go now: Live
long and prosper - Spock.
N Club 10, 11, Cheerleading 12,' ju-
nior Board 11, Senior Board 12,
Sophomore Board 10,' Pom pon
Squad 10, 11,' Student Govt. lShat-
tuckl 9,' Student Congress 9, 10, 11,
12, Drill Team 12,' Marching Band
SENIOR ACTIVITIES 179
10, 11, 12, Concert Band 9, 10, 11,
12, Solo 8' Ensemble 9, 10, Wind En-
semble 10, Basketball 9, Swimming
9, 10, 11, 12, Senior Board President
12, lunior Board President 11, Soph-
omore Board Vice President 10.
Thanks to all my close friends who
made the years special- Tres, Terri,
GaiL Lori. l'lI miss you NHS.
N Club 10, 11, Cheerleading 12, lu-
nior Board 11,' Senior Board 12,
Sophomore Board 10, Pom Pon
Squad 10, 11, Student Congress 10,
11, 12,' Marching Band 9, 10, 12,
Concert Band 9, 10, 11, 12, Solo 8'
Ensemble 10, Basketball 9, Swim-
ming 9, 10, 11, 12. If u can't be with
the one u love, love the one you're
Golf 9, Wrestling 9, 10, 11. We now
say good by and prove we can stand
on our own. Time will tell the truth!
Morrison, Letha '
German Club 12, Cheerleading 12,
junior Board 11, Senior Board 12,
Rocket 11, 12, Track 9. And these
children that you spit on as they try
to change their worlds are immune
to your consultations. They're quite
aware of what they're going
Cheerleading 10, Drill Team 9, 10,
11, 12, Softball 9, Basketball 11. You
only live once, so live it up!!
Computer Club 9, Conservation
Club 9, Rocket 9, Gymnastics 9,
Tennis 9, Volleyball 9, Wrestling 9.
French Club 11, Debate 9, junior
Board 11, Senior Board 12,' Student
Gov't fShattuckl 9, Student Con-
gress 12, Concert Band 9, Acappella
Choir 9, Solo 8' Ensemble 9, Swing
Choir 9, Basketball 9, 10, 11, Nation-
al Honor Society 10, 11, 12, Honor
Society Executive Board 12.
AFS 11, 12, Drama 9,' Forensics 9,
Pom Pon Squad 9, 10, 11, Sopho-
more Board 10, Drill Team 10,
Marching Band 9, 10, 11, Concert
Band 9, 10, 11, Orchestra 9, AFS
Treasurer 12. Keep your feet on the
ground but reach for the stars.
French Club 9, 10, Drama 10, Soph-
omore Board 10, Swing Choir 10,
Baseball 10, 12, Basketball 9, 10,
Football 9, 10, Golf 9, Track 12. just
AFS 10, 11, 12, Co-op 12, Pom Pon
Squad 9, 10, Sophomore Board 10,
180 SENIOR ACTIVITIES
Drill Team 10. It was only just a min-
ute but eternity was in it. C.S.CN.
Pom Pon Squad 10, Senior Board 12.
Marching Band 10, 11, 12, Concert
Band 9, 10, 11, 12, Pep Band 9, 12,'
jazz Band 9. jimi Hendrix is coming
back in four years. Get experienced!
Drama 10, 11, 12. To share with a
friend is to see twice the beauty of
life. Thanks: TR, LL, TS, C W
French Club 12, Orchestra 9, 10, 11,
Tennis 9, 10, 11. Live fast, die young.
Football 12, Track 11. Life can be
only what you want it to be.
Senior Board 12, Baseball 12, Bas-
ketball 12, Golf 12,' Track 12,' Nation-
al Honor Society 11, 12.
Baseball 12, Golf 12. What a dream
costs in courage it gives back in
French Club 12, N Club 10, 11,
Cheerleading 9, 10, 11, 12, lunior
Board 11, Senior Board 12. No
Life is too precious to waste in
Marching Band 9, 10, 11, 12, Con-
cert Band 9, 10, 11, 12, Baseball 9,
10, 11, 12, Basketball 9, 10, 11. Pete
Deboer, pick up your check.
Football 12, Track 9, 10, 11, 12.
When all else fails go shopping!
FBLA 12, Close up 11, 12, Concert
Band 9, Basketball 9, 10, 11, 12,
Track 9, Volleyball 9, 10, 11, 12. The
good we do today becomes the
happiness of tomorrow.
W-O-O-D-I-E That's the way we
spell WOODIE, WOODIE l.et's get
Woodie! I The year of the Woodie!!
STOP 10, 11, 12, Drama 12, STOP
Co-Chairman 11, STOP Co-Chair-
man 12. Life's worth the pain? No,
but if gooal cherish and preserve it.
Co-op 12, Spanish Club 10, Senior
Board 12, Sophomore Board 10,
Drill Team 11,' Swimming 12. Love is
a social disease - Bon lovi.
Key Club 9, Spanish Club 10, Drama
9,' Rocket 11, Volleyball 9.
Biology Club 12, Senior Board 12.
One does not fall in or out of love,
one grows in love - Buscagilia
co-op 12. os, LA, Di, os, LA, DA
life goes on Bra LA LA how the life
goes on. lLennon 8' McCartney!
Senior Board 12, Marching Band 9,
Rocket 12, Softball 9, Basketball 9,
Volleyball 9, 10, 11, 12. 11 together,
11 forever. Our goodbyes are just
the beginnings. '
Co-op 12. American Spirit, Chevro-
let, and Harley Davidson.
Marching Band 10, 11, 12,' Concert
Band 9, 10, 11, 12, Symphony 12,
Pep Band 10, 11, 12, Wind Ensemble
9, 10, 11, 12, Solo 8' Ensemble 9, 10,
12, Baseball 9, 10, Basketball 9. Rau-
shi!! Fire up Mr. C thanks to every-
one! Hi there Binkyll
Co-op 12, FBLA 12, Key Club 9,
Marching Band 9, Concert Band 9,
Volleyball 9. Memories of the past,
dreams for the future.
Drama 9, 10, 11, 12, Sophomore
Board 10, Shattuck Yearbook 9,
Rocket 12. The trick Ito lifei will be
to avoid the pitfalls, seize the op-
portunities, and get back home by
six o'clock. - Woody Allen.
Sophomore Board 10. Ralf
Chess Club 9, Spanish Club 9, 10,
Weightlifting Club 9, Soccer 9.
When you say BUDWEISER, you've
said it all!
French Club 10, 11, Marching Band
9, 10, Pep Band 9. Friends are there
through the good and bad. Thanks,
SV, LS, KS.
Marching Band 9, 10, 11, 12, Con-
cert Band 9, 10, 11, 12, Symphony 9,
10, 11, 12, Pep Band 9, 10, 11, 12,
Solo 8 Ensemble 9, 10, 11, 12,' Pop
Strings 12, Wind Ensemble 9, 10, 11,
12, Pit Orchestra 10, 11, State Solo 8'
Ensemble 9,10, 11, 12, jazz Band 9,
10, 11, 12, National Honor Society
10, 11, 12,' National Honor Society
President 12. You must shine among
them like stars lighting up the sky.
- Philippians 2:15.
Drama 10, 12, Senior Board 12, Solo
6' Ensemble 9, 10, Swing Choir 9, 10,
11, Baseball 9, Soccer 9, 10, 11, 12,
Girl's Varsity Soccer Manager 11,
Chamber Choir 11. Nothing is so
good it lasts eternally.
Key Club 10, 11, 12, N Club 9, Span-
ish Club 9, STOP 12, Weightlifting
Club 10, 11, Forensics 10, 11, Soph-
omore Board 10, Student Govt.
fShattucki 9, Student Congress 9, 10,
Acappella Choir 9, 11, 12, Swing
Choir 9, 10, Shattuck Newspaper 9,
Shattuck Yearbook 9, Baseball 12,
Basketball 9, 10, 11, 12, Football 9,
10, 11, 12, Soccer 9, Track 10, 11.
Football was my game but now it's
women, Led Zeppelin, Friends.
Chess Club 9, STOP 11, 12, Debate
9, 10, 11, 12, Drama 9, 10, 11, 12,-
Marching Band 9, Concert Band 9,
Pep Band 9, Football 9, 10, 11. It was
real and it was fun but it wasn't real
fun. Good Luck.
Here comes the ocean and the
waves, crash 'n in, down by the sea.
DECA 11, Volleyball 9. To KB, ML,
lB,- Petey Rules and so does the
N Club 12, Senior Board 12, Football
9, 10, 11, 12,' .Track 9, 10, 11, 12. I
hate it when that happens!
Thanx for everything- Cisa, Vix, Ter,
Spuds, and all the gamers!
French Club 12,' Football 9, Golf 11,
12, Tennis 9.
AFS 12, Biology Club 12, French
Club 12, Spanish Club 10. Hey! Wait
a minute . . . Iget itll
Co-op 12, FBLA 12, Shattuck Year-
book 9, Soccer 9.
Ars 10, 11, 12,- French Club 11, 12,
Academic Decathlon 12,' Close up
11, 12, Debate 9, 10, Drama 11, -
Forensics 9, 11, 12, Mock Trial
12, Shattuck Newspaper 9, Shattuck
Yearbook 9, Satellite 10, 11, 12,
Newspaper Managing Editor 12,
Newspaper Assistant Editor 11. "I
know myseIL" he said, "but that is
Spanish Club 10, 11, 12, Acappella
Choir 12. So many men, so little
lunior Board 11, Sophomore Board
10, Student Govt. !Shattuckl 9, Bas-
ketball 9, 10, 11, 12,' Tennis 9, 10.
Thanks for the great years. We're
through, so be yourself!
AV 11, Chess Club 11, 12. To all
those who hehwed me, I thank thee.
Swing Choir 9, Shattuck Newspaper
9. I think, therefore, Iam confused
Sophomore Board 10,' Basketball 9,
Swimming 11, 12, Volleyball 9, 10.
You know how special friends are
once they're gone. Miss u all!
Drama 10, 11, 12,' Solo 8 Ensemble
9, 10, 11, 12, Swing Choir 9, 10, 11,
12, Sophomore Choir 10, Chamber
Choir 11,12, Basketball 9, Golf 9, 10,
11, 12. Raushi!! It was overused Mr.
Bell was an inspiration. Thanks.
Weightlifting Club 12,' Senior Board
12, 'Marching Band 9, Concert Band
9, Satellite 12, Cross Country 9, 10,
11, 12, Track 9, 10, 11, 12. Winning
isn't everything, making the effort
to win is.
Orchestra 9. Have fun next year
without us, Stacey Stielowl
AFS 11, 12, French Club 11, 12,
Close up 11, 12, Debate 9, Sopho-
more Board 10, Pep Band 10, 11,
Solo 8 Ensemble 9, 10, 11, 12, Swing
Choir 9, 10, 11, 12,lazz Band 9, 10,
11. I am me, I am not you, don't
change me but accept me as I am.
Spanish Club 9, 10, Student Gov't
!ShattuckI 9, Sophomore Choir 10,'
Track 9, 10. Be an individual. Open
your mind while there is still time.
Gymnastics 9, 10, Volleyball 9, Track
9, 10, 11, 12, ROCket 11, 12, Rocket
editor 12. The foundation of every
state is the education of its youth.
Chess Club 11, 12, Academic De-
cathlon 12, Science Olympiad 12,
Solo 8 Ensemble 10, Sophomore
Choir 10, Chamber Choir 11, 12,'
Track 9, National Honor Society 11,
12, Merit Semi-finalist 12, Chess
Varsity 11. Thanks, guys, for making
the last 3 years so great! Luv you!
German Club 12, N Club 12, Stu-
dent Gov't !ShattuckI 9, Basketball 9,
Football 9, 10, 11, 12,' Track 9, 10, 11,
12. Yo Womp Eddie what's a frush?
Run DMC rules word man my sho
STOP 9, 10, 11, 12, Swing Choir 11.
We're ready now.
Graphic Arts Club 12, Key Club 9,
Debate 9, Forensics 9, Marching
Band 9, 10, Concert Band 9, 10,
Rocket 10, 11, 12.
Biology Club 12, Conservation Club
12. -The best is yet to be.
STOP 10, junior Board 11,' Sopho-
more Board 10, Orchestra 9, 10, 11,
12, Solo 8 Ensemble 9, 10, 11, 12,
Pop Strings 10, 11, 12,' Basketball
Manager 9, Football Manager 10,
Track 9, 12, Volleyball 9, National
Honor Society 11, 12. Friends not
left behind are friends for a lifetime.
Cross Country 9, 10, 11, Track 9,
Wrestling 9, 10, 11, 12. -Life is a
beach then you go swimming.
Baseball 9, 10, Track 12. Iis a hi skule
gratuate! Disco Lives!
Computer Club 10, 11, 12,' Drama
12, Wrestling 9, 10. Since pleasure is
unique to reveal it is a unique duty
Golf 9, 10, 11, 12, Tennis 9. Who said
this was a waste - I enjoyed the
golf - Thanks ES-MS-SS.
French Club 12, Sophomore Board
10, Student Gov't IShattuck2 9, Or-
chestra 9, 10, 11, 12, Solo 8 Ensem-
ble 9, 10, 11, Pop Strings 10, 11, 12,
Tennis 9, 10, Track 9, National Hon-
or Society 11, 12. Give others a
piece of your heart, not a piece of
Senior Board 12, Sophomore Board
10, Baseball 9, 10, 12, Basketball 9,
10, Track 12. Everytime you cry, I
cry just a little bit, cry just a little bit.
When you say, Goodbye! I die just a
little bit, cry just a little bit more! -
AFS 11, French Club 11, 12, N Club
10, Cheerleading 9, 10, 11, Sopho-
more Board 10, Student Gov't.
!ShattuckI 9, Acappella Choir 11, 12,
Orchestra 9,' Solo 8 Ensemble 9, 10,
11, 12,' Swing Choir 9, 11, 12, Sopho-
more Choir 10, Satellite 12, Track 9,
National Honor Society 10, 11, 12,N
Club Secretary 10, Student Gov't
Secretary 9. God bless you, friends.
Cherish our memories-they'll never
Co-op 12, FBLA 12, Marching Band
9, 10,' Concert Band 9, 10, Solo 8
Ensemble 10, Softball 9, 10, 11, 12,
Basketball 9, 10, Golf 11, Volleyball
9, 10. Memories of today, dreams of
tomorrow. Thank you SCOOP 8
Cross Country 10, 11, 12, Track 9,
10, 11, National Honor Society 12.
Kill or die trying.
Debate 9, 10, 11, 12, Drama 9, 10, 11,
12, Science Olympiad 12,' Orchestra
9, Shattuck Newspaper 9,' Satellite
10, 11, 12 Newspaper Editor 9. The
yellow chair in my dream house
clashes with my right arm.
Cherish yesterday Dream to-
morrow Live today.
Co-op 12, Football 9. Another four
years useless energy spent.
STOP 10, 11,' Orchestra 9, 10, 11, 12,
Solo 8 Ensemble 9.
Biology Club 12, French Club 11,
Sophomore Board 10, Orchestra 9.
AFS 10, 11, 12, Conservation Club
10, 11, 12, Marching Band 9, 10, 11,
12, Pep Band 12, Concert Band 10,
11, 12, Orchestra 9, 10, 11, 12, Solo
8 Ensemble 10, 11, 12, Pop Strings
12, jazz Band 10, 11, 12, Track 10,
11, AFS Treasurer 12. FIRE-UP! was a
STOP 12, Orchestra 9, Sophomore
Choir 10, Softball 9, Basketball 9,
Golf 11, 12, Volleyball 9, 10. One
school down and just one more to
AFS 12,' Gymnastics 10, 11.
Thank God for a helping hand and
all the nice teachers I have!
Co-op 12,' lunior Board 11,' Senior
Board 12,' Drill Team 9, Rocket 12.
French Club 11, 12, junior Board 11,
Senior Board 12, Rocket 11. 11 to-
gether, 11 forever! Today may be
the end . . . but tomorrowis just the
STOP 10, Solo 8 Ensemble 9, Swing
Choir 9, Sophomore Choir 12,
Chamber Choir 11, 12. One lives in
hope of becoming a memory- a
Golf 9,' Track 9, 12. I is finaly gradjat-
ed. I is gonna be a collge student.
N Club 12, Weightlifting Club 11,
12, Basketball 9, Football 9, 10, 11,
12, Track 9. I think it's time for a
Basketball 9, 10.
Biology Club 12, junior Board 11,
Student Gov't. !ShattuckI 9,' March-
ing Band 9, Concert Band 9, Solo 8
Ensemble 9, Basketball 9, Soccer 10,
11, 12, Tennis 9, Track 9. How far I
go, how much Isee, how high laim,
depends on me.
Spanish Club 10, 11, 12, Debate 9,'
junior Board 11, Senior Board 12,
Sophomore Board 10, Orchestra 9,
10, 11, 12, Solo 8 Ensemble 9, 10, 11,
12,' Swing Choir 9, Pop Strings 10,
11, 12,'Pit Orchestra 10, 11, Track 9,
Badger Girls State 12. God grant me
the serenity to accept the things I
Student Congress 11, 12, Marching
Band 9, 10, 11, 12, Concert Band 9,
10, 11, 12, Soccer 9.
N Club 11, 12, STOP 10, junior
Board 11, Pom Pon Squad 9, 11, 12,'
Senior Board 12, Sophomore Board
19' Shattuck Yearbook 9, Rocket 11,
12,' Track 9, 10, N Club Secretary 12,'
Pom Pon Co-Captain 12. Thanks to
my four best freinds. Luv always!
Co-op 12. All you touch and all you
see is all your life will ever be.
Biology Club 12, French Club 12,
Senior Board 12, Sophomore Board
10,' Golf 9, 10, 11, Tennis 9, 10, 11,
12. Who knew huh who knew?
What did we know? We made a big
goof What? - A. Einstein.
SENIOR ACTIVITIES 181
French Club 11,' N Club 10, 11,'
Cheerleading 9, 10, 11, 12,' junior
Board 11, Sophomore Board 10,'
Marching Band 9,' Concert Band 9,'
Solo 8' Ensemble 9,' Swing Choir 9,'
Football Manager 10. If you love
something set it free, if it comes
back it is yours, if it doesn't it was
never meant to be.
junior Board 11,' Tennis 9, 10, 11, 12.
Eleven together, eleven forever.
Concert Band 9,' Basketball 9, 10, 11.
Sophomore Choir 10,' Chamber
Choir 11. All I need is the air that I
breathe and to love you.
Baseball 9, 10, 11, 12. Neenah High
School has provided many memo-
ries - good and bad,
Teresa, perhaps one day you will see
junior Board 11,' Senior Board 12,'
Sophomore Board 10,' Student
Gov't tShattuckl 9,' Student Con-
gress 10, 11, 12,' Orchestra 9, 10, 11,-
12,' Solo 81 Ensemble 9, 10, 12,' Pop
Strings 10, 11, 12,' Basketball 9, 10,
11, 12,' Soccer 10, 11, 12,' Tennis 9,
10, 11, 12,' Track 9,' Student Con-
gress President 12. 11 together 11
forever. Good friends are in my
OWNG WO R DS
182 SENIOR ACTIVITIES
K ' 11 v
Top: Neenah students react to the fame of
the Whitlinger twins whose family has put
Neenah on the tennis map.
Center left: jenny is always in a good mood.
Center right: He's either shocked by the
camera or the experiment.
Bottom: Chorus Line
Aarons, Alison 120
Ahles, Heather 73, 80, 142
Ackerman, lill 134, 142
Acton, Elizabeth 73, 92
Adams, lulie 57
Adklns,- Barbara 33, 85
Adkins, Loretta 73, 159
Adkins, Mary 92
Akstulewicz, Keith 33
Alatalo, lulie 68, 70, 92
Alberts, lesse 80, 109
Ales, Tracey 76 92
Allen, Chrlstogller 92
Allen, Kelly 9
Allen, Todd, 14 57
Alrleerr, Rachel 93, 12, 73
Amond, David 92
Andersen, Eric 142
Andersen, Heidi 68, 69, 70, 92
Anderson, Beth 33, 64, 73, 78
Anderson, Greta 33, 68, 70, 71
Anderson, Katrina 67, 81, 92
Anderson, Leland 68, 69, 70, 71, 72, 142
Anderson, Mark 68, 69, 70, 72, 73, 92
Anderson, Michael 142
Anderson, Ruth 169
Anderson, Wendy 33
Andrew, Cathy 74, 92
Andrews, Clalre 163
Anltlaln, gavid 68569550632
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Amems Robert 33, 79
Anvellnk, Craig 33
Arend, Angela 92
Armentrout, ,Christy 73, 92, 135
Armentrolrt,-.Ntarlg 25, 137, 142 ,--- ,
Armstrong, Sandy 92, 136 , x f i
Armstrong, Troy 33, 114 '
Armstrong Wendy474 135 142
Armin, callrerirra , 92, 114, 196
Arndt, Patricia 119, 142
Arndt, Timothy 33, 80
Arndt, Todd 8
Al-pr, Michael 33
Arrowood, Lori .142
Ascllenbrenner, llll 33
Ashley, Sheila 33, 87
Auchter, Ellen 76, 92
Babbltts, Kelly 57
Babbitts, Troy 109
Baglman, loseph 13, 33, 75, 78, 79, 82,
Bachman, Sharon 119, 130, 142
Baehman, Carrie 142
Baker, lenelle 92, 118, 131
Balbach, Victoria 142
Baltz, Iason 117
Banczak, Iohn 33, 114
Banczak, Susan 92
Bandy, Bizabeth 78, 93
Barblere, Angela 134, 142
Barbiere, Mark 93
Barnes, Paula 74, 93, 131
Bartel, Michael 93
Bartelme, lenniler 93
Barth, Micheal 87, 93
Bartlett, Tracy. 113
Bartman, Ant ony 142
Bartz, lrrdy 169
Basken, Patricia 33
Basler, lelirey 57
llasler, Richard 93
Bastar, lellrey 33
Batley, Colleen 164
Bauer, lulie 33, 81, 85
Bauer, Lori 72
Baumann, Kelly 159
Baumann, lisa 93
Baumann, Matthew 109
Baxter, Ma? 142
Beard, loe 3, 114
Becher, Karrie 34, 75, 126, 135
Becher, Keith 82, 93, 114
Beck, Erika 74, 121, 142
Becker, Robyn 93
A yn 68, 69, 70, 76, 78, 88,
Bern, Patrick 75, 117, 142
Be nke, yulie 134
Bell Dav d 163
Belllle, Scott 93
Bellin, Gerald 93
Bellin, Melissa 34, 121
Bengel, Curt 34
Bennetts, lenniier 34, 81, 136
Bennetts, lessica 74, 137, 142
Benson, Daniel 34, 69, 70
Benson, Dehnna 93
Berendsen Deanna 109
Berge, lelllrey 93
Bergner, Polly 142
Bergstrom, Dedric 34
Bergstrom, Lawn 117, 142
Be llger, C ristine 34, 64, 75
Bern t Tray 68, 70, 93
Bero, Chri ogher 34, 78, 84, 114
merry, Dale 9 1
Berton, Annette 93, 120
Berton, Amold 93
Berven, Christy 113, 130
Berven, Gregory 75, 93, 114, 128
Berven, Thomas 164
Belltler, Diane 34
Beyer, Roy 80, 109
Beyer, Tammy 137, 142
Beyer Tanya 81, 142
Bezella, Patricia 76, 162
Bierman, Amy 68, 70, 142
Biettler, Catherine 34, 85
Biettler, Terri 74, 142
Blackwell, lean 34
Blair, lellery 34, s1, 61, 16, 11, 79, aa
Blair, Tina 42 5
Blaieski, ietlrey 34, 57
Blanchlle d, jennifer 71, 142
Blank, Iason 142
Blansette, Corby 142
Bletzinger, Deborah 68, 70, 72, 142
Blobaum, Harry 167
Block, Angela 68, 70, 143
Block, Frederick 143
Block Laura 143 .
lloardlnan, Richard 34
Bocek, Lynn 34
Bonn, Mark 34, 116
Bo tschek, lulie 34, 85
Bolvin Ken 118
Boland, nlaabaur sa, 70 16, al, sa
Boland, Eugene 66, 111, 16, ua
Bond, lane 35,-70,f83,.124, 126, 136
Bonnell, Tina 143 3-1'-l
Bonnln, Cypthla 143
Bonnin, lo n 35, 67, 84
Booker, Alisa 35
Booker, james 35
Borchardt, Kelly 35
Borchardt, Sheri 35
Borchardt, Terri 35, 85
Borden, lulie 26, 143
Bork, Scott 143
Bork, Tammly 93
Bortoluzzi, ominia 93
Boswell, Patrick 93, 116
Boyd, Brian 68, 69, 70, 117, 143
Bramer, Mike 93
Brantmeier, Michael 35, 83, 114
Braun, Pam 67, 81, 87, 93
Braun, Robert 57
Breier, Christopher 71, 143
Breister, Michelle 74, 143
Breitrick, Lisa 130, 143
Bresnahan, Terese 35, 75, 121, 136
Breunig, Scott 78, 143
Bricco, Tonya 93
Briggs, Sean 109
Brin um, lell 93, 114
Bri , Michael sa, 69, 10, 71, 12, 93
Broeske, Scott 159
Brophy, Lawrence 74, 93, 114
Brost, Brian 70, 71, 72, 94, 114
Brost Martin 35
Brotski, David 168
Brotski, lane 70, 76, 82, 94, 135
Brouillard, Diane 137, 143
Brown, lennifer 67, 143
Brown, Stephen 74, 75, 117, 143
Brown, Tipton 75, 94, 116, 129
Brown-Schoening, Carolynn 76, 162
Brownson, Kelly 134
Brownson, Sean 35, 72, 73
Bruce Todd 35, 77
llrulraf lanice so, 169
Bruha, Richard 162
Bruss, Patrick 143
Bryglger, Laura 143
Buc anan, Amy 121
Bucholz, Kim 5
Buck, Amy 35, 67, 82
Buckingham, Gregory 117, 143
Buckingham, Shannon 35, 73, 117
Buckner, lames 73, 94
Budde, Dean 168
Budice, Ed 57
Buesing, Pat 166
Bugen agen, Nanette 73, 74, 143
Bu ge, Sven 132, 133
Buhrandt, Tim 144
Buksyk, Brad 35
Buksyk Rob 26, 74, 94
Bunnell, Sandra 109
Burke, Kathryn 78, 94
Burns, lason 35, 87, 132
Burns, Tammy 35, 120
gumsilde, Lgglise 144
Busche, lenny 120
Buser, Steven 36
Bushman Brian 36
Buss, Richard 36
Butler, Scott 168
Butt, Michael 36
Callum, Rod 115
Camber, Steven 12, 13, 26, 36, 114
Camfpbell, Michael 36
Can eld, Laurie 73, 144
Capelle, Dennis 36
Carew, leflrely 36, 114, 132
Carley, Bret 15, 144
Carlson, Iohn 36, 64, 65, 128
Carlson, Richard 168
Carlson, Shelly 26, 14, 94, 124, 136
Cartwright lay 12, 13, 36, 64, 114
Case, Kristin 144
Cason-Gossett, Keith 36, 77, 114
Cavanaugh, Rodger 162
Champeau, Wendy 85
Chaney, Trevor 94
Charapata, Gerald 68, 69, 70, 167
Charlier, Cheri 36, 85, 121
Charlier, Roger 94, 114
Chartrand, Terri 36, 87
Chick, Michael 80, 109
Christensen, Martin 26
Christensen, Tammy 36, 85
Christenson, Todd 94 A ,
Christian, lean 169
Christollerson, Bridgett 36, 85
gzristrytilagheodoag 3769 94
ron s regory , ,
Clanclola, Chris 94, 116
Ciriacks, Karen 37, 6411-56,
Ciske, Amyn125, 13731144 I g
Clske, Nat n 144 f I f"s 2,5251
Claprer, Tlmothcy 94 s'l- T .
Clar , Bradley 7 , 94
Clark, lames 168
Clough, Lisa 144
Cloutler, Scott 57
Coan, Chelsea 64, 94
Coats, Elissa 37
Coenen, Mark 86, 94
Collar, Sara 119, 135, 144
Collins, Nathaniel 37, 64, 75, 77, 78, 83
Collins, Sarah 135, 144
Conant Renee 144
Connolly, Michael 73, 74, 109, 114
Conradt Cathie 94
Cnunard, Cappy 82, 94, 121
Counard, Cory 82, 94, 121
Cowling, lennifer 76, 94
Cox, le irey 144
Cox, lohn 164
cox, llirslirr 14, 95, 116
Cox, Tamara 37, 73
Craig, Sonya 74, 135, 144
Crane, Ste hen 95
Crockett, Ilenniler 37, 73
Cronin, Michael 109
Crooks, leil 37
Cross, Brenda 81, 144
Cross, Cheryl 37
Cross, Mark 37, 116
Crowe, Katherine 82, 121, 144
Cummings, Al 37
Curry, Klm 95, 121
Curtln, leremiah 95, 128
Clap Paul 144
Czech, lennifer 74, 95, 121
D'Amico, Katherine 37, 64, 72, 75,
78, 81, 84, 86, 118
D'Amico, Michael 68, 70, 77, 144
Dahms, Paul 37
Danielson, Kristine 76, 87, 95
Tammy 73, 74, 95
Darrow, Michael 74, 95
Davey, Martin 77, 95
Davis, Kevin 68, 70, 115, 144
Davis, Laurie 37
Davis, Lisa 144
Davis, Trevor 133
Dawns, Lynne 74
Day, Kelly 31, 124, 126, 136
Day, Martin 66, 67, 130, 144
De er, Peter 37
Debroka, Gerald 57
DeCoster, Dale 80, 144
DeDecker, Ben 112
Dedering, lanell 37, 87
DeGroot, Richard 95
Delrow Dennis 144
DeNicolis, Iennifer 74, 83, 144
Dennis, Kevin 95, 114
Dennis, Patrick 37
Dennis, Scott 144
Dennis, Shannon 159
DeRuyter, Simon 115, 144
Desantos Leonard 144
Devine, Dawn 37, 135
Devine, Katie 74, 82, 135, 144
Dlckow Lori 26, 38
nirdrzd. near 194
mrrrrrrrrfi, Ann 95
Dohish, Amy 38
Dodd, loan 38
Dohmann, Shirley 166
Donaldson, Brett 115, 130, 144
Donaldson, Craig 95, 128
Donato, leilrey 38
Donato, Robert 133, 144
Dordel, Nan? 38
Dorton, Cha 145
Douglas, Caryn 57, 76
Downs, Lynne 68, 70, 95
Draves, Ann 38, 85
Draves Catherine 95, 121
Driscoll, Brian 145
Dryer, Laura 76, 82, 95
Dubberstein David 74, 95
Dube, Pamela sa, 64, ss
Ducayet, lulia 95
Ducayet, Michelle 38, 75, 112
Duchaine, Bradlely 130, 145
Duchateau, Char es 145
Duessing, Tracy 57, 145
Dull, yarrres az, 145
Dunn ng, David aa, 66, 69, 10, 11, 72
Dunsirn, Scott 145
Eake, Sharon 38
Earl, Cheramie 57
Earl, David 159
Easton, Larry 167
Eaton, ,Amlyi88, 121, 145 ,
Eclrrtelnpg, nlel 74 95
Ehrenberg, Heldl 73, 82, 95
Ehrlich, Ingrid 38, 68, 70, 78, 81, 82,
Eiller, Patrick 95, 123
Einerson, Ronald 128, 164
Elertson, Ross 145
Ellis, David 168
Ely, Brent 159
Ely, Heather 121
Engelbreth, Patrick 95
Engleman, Lance 159
Engstrom, Darlene 169
Ep ey, Steven 38, 89
Erdmann, Kenneth 95
Erdmann, Randy 95, 114
Erickson, Sara 95
Erickson, Todd 74, 95
Ernst, Nancy 163
Ernst, Roger 163
Ernst, Sarah 82, 84, 95
Ertl, Renee 38, 87
Evans, loan 82, 165
Evenson, David 57
Fahrenkrug, Angela 68, 70, 71, 145
Fahrenkrug, lames 38, 86, 114
Fahrenkru , Pat 68, 69, 70, 72, 73, 95
Falk, Elilagelh 121, 145
Farrell, Catherine 38, 75, 82, 112
Farrell, Christopher 95
Faulks Lillian 169
Fellenko, lellrey 38
Fedenko, Ron 122
Felda, Melanie 38
Feldmann, Christopher 96
Fellner, Tammy 39
Fellows, lason 72, 73, 145
Felsted, lulie 73, 74, 96
Fenner, Lonnie 39
Fenner, Pamela 145
Fesler, Andrew 74, 117, 130, 145
Fetters, Kristin 74, 145
Fetzer, Karen 96
Finger, David 39
Fisc er, Ann 39, 68, 69, 70
Fischer, Salli 113
Flanagan, Carey 113, 145
Flanner, Christine 88, 122, 145
Flater, Steven 96
Flatolf, Kenneth 39
Fletcher, Wade 145
Flood, Michael 57
Florek, Pamela 39, 64, 75, 83, 116, 131
Florence, Nicole 39
Floriano, Amy 96, 124, 136
Flllette, Caro 39, 68, 69, 70, 71
Fluette, Timoth 145
Flunker, Don 130
Foley, Shawn 96
Fols e, Amy 73, 96
Folske, Shannon 145
Fontecchio, Paul 39, 78, 84
Forrest, Michelle 96
Glen 39, 86, 114
Mary 39, 73
Frank, Tammy 74, 137, 146
Franz, Ann-Marie 76, 82, 96
Franz, Susan 67, 71, 72, 76, 81, 82, 88,
Frazzell, Lisa 39, 72, 84
Freier, lill 39, 68, 69, 70, 71, 72, 73
Freier, lustin 68, 70, 115, 130, 146
Friedauer, Becky 73, 146
Friedrich, Wen y 39, 71, 72, 73
Fritz, Wayne 39, 67, 73
Frola, Nicole 113
Fuhrman, Ken 39, 86
Fuhrmann, lody 73, 159
Fulcer, Mlchae 96
Funk, Kristen 73, 146
Funk, Trisha 39, 85
Fuss, Tracy 96
Gambsky, Victoria 73, 146
Garin, Amparo 39, 66, 67, 81, 82
Garlock, Amy 40, 75, 82, 122
Gaschler, Re ecca 40, 79
Gauqer, Keith 146
Gaut ier, Eric 40
Gauthier, Shayne 96, 114
Gavvlick, Brett 96
Gawlick, Kyle 40
Gavvlick, Scott 115, 146
Gehrt, james 40
Gehrt, Thomas 115, 146
Geisler, Kelsey 74, 113, 135, 146
Geisler, Kurtis 96
Geissler, Nancy 169
Gerdin, lennlfer 146
Gerdin, lodl 96
Gerhardt, Iennifer 40, 80
Gttitlter, lohn 40 114, 128
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Getlinger, Michael 96
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Ghali, Farld 40
Giese, lulle 163
Gilbert, Brad 96, 115
Gilbert, Brian 40
Gilbert, Kevln 115
Gill, Theresa 119, 135, 146
Gilman, Robert 109
Gilmore, Cathy 40, 84, 122, 131
Gilmore, lohn 114, 162
Girard, Dennis 40, 86
Glasner, Ann 163
Gleasner, Kathleen 40, 85
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Gloclre, lenniler 40, 84, 854
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Glunn, Nicole 96
Gmelner, Georgia 146
Gocker, Phll 166
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Goeser, David 159
Goetz, lenniter 72, 73, 96, 135
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Golden, Chris 64, 96
Goltz, Kristine 68, 70, 97
Gonzales, Luis 40, 81
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Griesbach, Iulie 97
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Grimes, Leo 159
Grinsel, lenniler 41, 64, 75
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Griswold, Alison 146
Griswold, Tracey 97
Gross, Andrew 97
Gross, L nn 41
Grubb, lleiirey 97
Gruber, lim 85, 166
Gruber, Richard 159
Gruetzmacher, Rebecca 146
Grunske, Linda 146
Grunvvald, Christine 67, 163
Guckenberg, Allen 41
Gullickson Cynthia 158
Gumma, Shannon 41, 68, 70, 71, 72, 73
Hanson, Gwendolyn 72, 73, 74, az, 147
Harbor, Haley 97, 134
Harder, Melina 41, 118
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Harold,1Kari 113, 134
Harm, Haley 97, 135
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Harrell, lody 164
Harrington, Todd 147
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Hinkluss, Kathryn 67, 74, 147
Hirschy, Klmberly 42
Hitesman, Laura 42, 64
Hobart, Mark 68, 70, 76, 115, 147
Hodfes, lohn 123, 147
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Hoffman, Troy 147
Holslund, Heather 67, 68, 70, 71, 98
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Hohnberger, Tammy 147
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Hood, Kimberly 68, 70, 121, 147
Hooper, Eizabeth 147
Hooyman, Scott 115, 147
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Howard, Scott 147
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Howe, Shane 42, 132
Hoyman, Lisa 66, 67, 68, 70, 71, 147
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Hupf Dan 98
Hutchinson, Scott 78
Huth, Tina 85
Huxley., Mike 87, 98
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Kiesling, David 69, 70, 99, 114
Kiesllnf, Mary 68, 69, 70, 99
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Kimball, Kristopher 43
King, Bradley 115, 148
King, lenniler 43
Kingston, Lisa 43, 121
Kinzler, Erika 121
Kltzinger, Kim 74, 137, 148
Klabunde, Tony 148
Klapper, Chad 99
Klapper, Stacy 68, 70, 148
Klatl, Crai575, 99
Kleeman, orothy 165
Kleeman, Ira 82
Klein, lennifer 148
Klein, Mark 44
Kleinschmidt, Todd 74, 99
Kleist, lenniler 64, 82, 99, 134
Klepps, Kevin 99
Klesmit, Richard 99, 129
Kleveno, Kelly 71, 72, 99
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Klitz, lames 77, 167
Kliu Kevin ss, ss, 70, 77, 148
Kloclrzien, Bruce 44
Knaack, Christopher 99
Knaack, loseph 44, 114
Knight, Stuart 99, 114
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Knoll, Patricia 148
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Knutson, Alisa 74, 149
Koehn, Mark 99, 114
Koeller, lody 44, 80
Koeppel, gessica 74, 82, 88, 149
Koemer, ott 57, 80
Kofler, Debbie 44, 80
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Kotnetka, Mark 133
Kohanskl, Mlchael 149
Kohl Michelle 76, 99 1
Kohlbeck, Chrrstine 99
Koller Gregory 73, 115, 149
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Konsek, Steven 72, 74, 117, 149
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Kramer, Pa 100
Kramer, Peter 180
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Krasin, Mlchaef 149
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Kraus, Lylnda 100
Krause, lchard 149
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Krueger, Gwen 149
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Krueger, Shawn 51
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Larson, Lisa 45, 81, 85
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Lauson, Em 45, 128
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Le eul, Steven 150
LeBoeul Thomas 101
Lee, lodly 101
Lee, lohn 101
Lee, Robert 165
Lee, Vernon 101
LeGault, Robert 101
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Lehl, Scott 101
Lehl, Theresa 57, 87
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Lehmann, Don 167
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Lehrer Travis 46
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lemke, Mark 73, 150
lelllmert, Glen 46, 77, 78, 84
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Lenz, Pamela 150
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Lindgrlen, ary 164
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Llnzmeyer, Armand 167
Littmann, Susan 166
Llewellyn, Tami 73, 101
Lloyd, ionel 73, 150
lorrdrrey Robert 162
ton erville, Kevin 150
Lotzer, jennifer 150
Lovedale, Laurie 74, 135, 150
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Luka, Linda 101
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Lund, Timothy 115, 159
Lundgren, lrian 86 101
Lundgren, Christopher 46
Luu, Ronald 64, 150
Luu, Giang 150
Ly, Khou 150
MacKinnis, Lisa 46
MacPl1etridge, Cheryl 122, 150
MacPhetridge, Terrence 168
Madsen, Linda 81, 166
Maki Christina 73, 101
Malclrow, Amy 135, 154
Malchow, jelfezz 101
Malinoskl, Robert 167
Malone jesse 109
Mmreuiel, Timothy 11, 12, 101
Marlnln, Mamainn 46, 135
Marlnln, Pat 150
Marohn, lame: 101, 114
Marotz, Brenda 46, 87
Marquardt, Kelly 158
Marquart Mike 117
Martell, fusan 46
Martin, Eric 150
Martin, jonathan 57
Martin, sem 46, 86
Martin, Tammy 101
Martino jennifer 150
Manzalrl, Todd 150
Mason, Alan 46
Mathison, Traci 73, 101
Matowitz, jennifer 46
Mattes, Nancy 64, 74, 101
Maxymelr, joellen 72, 73, 101
Maynard, Kelly 101
Mayo Timothiy 47
McAllister, lu 6 101
McAvoy, Michael 74, 101
Mclride, jann 88
McBride, William 78, 88, 164
Mglaamgher, Colleen 26, 47, 64, 75,
McCarragher, Margaret 74, 112, 137,
McClone, Daniel 115, 130, 150
McClone, lriyce 169
Mcfadden, ebecca 101
McGinnis, judy 67, 76, 150
Mcltellar, loh i-lynn 47
McKinley, Elan 15
Mclandress, Andrew 74, 101, 129
McLaren, David 115, 151
Mclauahlin, Heather 101
McMil n, Michael 73, 115, 151
McNeely, Scott 117
McQull an, Sean 151
Medrker, julie 73, 88, 119, 151
Meltovaara, Kari 47, 81, 82
Mertz, Timothiy 102
Meuller, jill 1 1
Meverden, Der 47
Meverden, Rarx.76, 102
Meyer, Anthoney 151
Meyer, Christine 102
Meyer, Heidi 13, 151
Meyer, john 47
Meyer, Kaye 102
Meyer, Kimberly 151
Meyer, Louis 164
Meyer, Sheila 151
Meyer, Shelby 47, 87
Meyer Theresa 47, 73, 87
Michalkiewicz, Heather 57
Michalkiewicz, Sarah 47, 75, 84
Michel, Christopher 73, 102
Milazzo, Iulil 4 , 79, 83, 121
Millard, Andrew 102
Millard, Arthur 102, 129
Millard, Michael 102, 114
Miller, rradley 14, 130, 151
M ler, Charles 47
Miller, Dennis 151
Miller, Harry 68, 70, 102
Miller, james 182
Miller, jeilery 47, 80
Miller, loel 151
Mills Marissa 102, 135
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Mindorll, Todd 57 y
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Minskey, joseph 169g
Mirsall, Mark 47
Mitchler, Melissa 102
Mittelstaedt Robert 115, 151, 132
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Morrell, Todd 117
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Mueller, Emily 61, 151
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Mueller, john 78, 115, 152 1
Mueller, Matt 133
Mueller Shelly 73, 102, 121
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Mulvey, Kenneth 86 ,
Munroe, Phillip 89 '
Muntner, Susanne 80, 152
Murphy, Carrie 103
Murphy, Connie 103
Murphy, Mari 166 ,
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Muslch, Stott 117
Muth Tina 48
Murhis, Matthew 152
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Nash, james 48, 116
Nash, Pamela 48 ,
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Neal, Michael 73, 130, 152
Neal, William 48, 75, 84
Neerhof, Lorinda 68, 70, 78, 152
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Newhouse, Lana 152
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Nofilre, Cheri 48, 81, 85
Noll, john 48
Noll, Michael 152
Noll, Phyllis 169
Nollenbergy Karl 73, ,103
Nollenber , Tina 48, 85'
Noordyk, iellrgy 48, 78
Noordyk, jodl 7, 152 -
Nordness, Phllin 75, 103, 114
Nornberg, Sara 76, 82, 103
Northway, land 73, 103, 114
Northway Mel 160
muse, nd. 44, 121
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Olson, Alicia 88
Olson, Erik 48, 68, 69, 70
Olson, Kim 103 124, 136
olmt, Marybeth 135, 152
Olson, lon 103
Onrernik, james 49
Orlando, jolene 67, 152
Orlando, Lynda 45, 67
Ortiz justine 152
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odnnd, name ss, 163
Otto, Connie 49
Otto, Dou'ga49, 06
Mrc el 49
Owens, jennifer 103, 122
Owens, Robert 103
Paclrmayer, Ara 66, 67, 73, 152
Pachmayer Nicholas 49
Pack jennifer 103, 135
Parel, Chad 152
Pa ermo, Eugene 87, 166
ralrsm, Kim 64, 61, 66, ao, 103, 122,
Palmer, Michael 49, 114
Palmer, Paul 103
Palmer, Paul 57
Park, Roy 68, 70, 78, 84, 103
Parker, Andrew 152
Parker, Dennis 80, 109
Parker, Gary 114, 167
Plske, jell 115, 129, 130, 152
Paske, john 123, 130, 152
Paske, Richard 86, 128, 129, 165
Paske Samuel 103, 128, 129
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Patzlalf, jason 76, 79, 103
Paulson, Barbara 73, 152
Paulson, Gail 49, 83, 124
Paulson, Todd 49
Paulus, Andrew 74, 103
Paulus, David 162
Paulus, Kathy. 165
Paulus, Matt ew 103
Pawlacylr Lisa 73, 152
Payne, Elizabeth 121
Payne, Michele 152
Payne, Thomas 168
Payne, William 103
Peck, Kristen 73, 104
Pedersen, Kristine 73, 152
Pedersen, Patrick 49, 68, 70
Pedersen, Scott 49, 73
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Perry, sean 26, 49, 114
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Peterik, Michelle 104
Peters, julie 68, 70, 153
Peterson, Glenn 153
Peterson, Robert 153
Peterson, Tracy 153
Petty, Morgan 104
Plat Lisa 49
Phillips, Keith 153
rlanrek, Carolyn so, 11s, 131
Plche, joan 64, 163
Plchon Catherine 71, 122, 153
Plepenbrlnk, james 166
Pierrel, Todd 109
Darren 50, 86
Lira 50, 67
Pilotl, slllll 50, 85, 121
Pivonka Prank 153
Plath, shane 153
Plier, Shirley 169
Plymesser, john 80, 109
Plymesser, Shelly 159
Poechner, Kerie 82
Polaski, Laurie 74, 81, 83, 104, 121
Polley, Greg 153
Popp Chris 153
Porath, jellre 153
Porsche, Michael 74, 117, 130, 153
Pottner, Lisa S0
Powell, Sean 82, 104, 114
Pratt, Angela 104
Precourt, Lewis 165
Prey, jayme 104
Prey, Paula 50, 75, 79
Price, Amanda 153
Price, Todd 50
Price, Tracy 153
Priest Davrd 50, 116
Prindle, Laura 50, 85
Printz, Christine 73, 104, 126
Printl, Scott 73, 115, 153
Prosek, Steven 109
Pueclrner, Kerie 71, 81, 153
Pues, Aaron 123, 153
Pupp, Angela 104
Pupp, Ant on 57, 86
Pupp lrian 104
Quick, Cory 50
Quick, jodl 50, 64, 75, 118
Quimby, Michael 104
Quinette, Todd 50
Quinn, jennifer 50, 135
Quinn, Monica 153
Raatikainen, Anu 81, 153
Rada Christopher 104
Radlhe, Dana 76, 104
Radtke, Ruben 167
Radue, Martin 50, 86
Ramaelrer, Barbara 76, 166
Ramseiy, jennifer 74, 83, 125, 137, 154
Randa , Sara 68, 70, 84, 104, 118
Rasmussen, Bruce 114
Rasmussen, Erik 64, 66, 67, 115, 154
Rateau, judith 164
Rathert, Lohn 154
Rause, C ristine 137, 154
Rause, David 82, 104
Rause, Tina 119
Rawls, Rhonda 67, 74, 154
Reagan, Francis 104
Rec er, Thomas 104
Redlield, Brian 50, 68, 69, 70, 71
Reese, Kathy 154
Reeve, left 104, 123
Reichard, Lisa 50
Relchel, Paul 105
Reilly, Robert 115, 154
Rein, Mary 119
Reinert, Kew 154
Reinhardt, ark 105
Reinhardt, Rebecca 105, 136
Reinke, Rhonda 50, 85
Reinke, Thomas 74, 82, 105
Reisler, Clay 105, 114
Reiter, Davrd 51
Relien Ryan 154
nemiet, mi 51, 64, 67
Resch, jill 74, 154
Resch, Kelly 125, 137, 154
Retzlatt, Robert 74, 105
Reuss, Steven 86, 154
Reuter, Daniel 154
Rice, Tammi 105
Riddell, Erin 64, 67, 82, 84, 105
Rider, Craig 164
Rieden, Michael 72, 73, 115, 154
Ritter, Mathew 105
Roal, Erik 73, 154
Roal, Natasha 51
Robak, David 51
Roberts, lelt 68, 69, 70, 105
Roberts, Laura 51
Roberts, Susan 109
Robertson, Ann 154
Robertson, john 72, 73, 105, 114
Robinson, Mark 71
Robinson, Marty 51, 68, 69, 70, 71, 72,
Robinson, Tammy 105
Rogers, Kevin 130, 154
Rogers, Shane 51, 86
Rogers, Stacy 67, 74, 105
Ro , Scott 51, 116
Roh, Shane 68, 70, 115, 154
Rohde, Ke t 51, 73, 128
Roherty, hllark 169
Rohrbach, Ilse 51
Rohrbach, Susan 105, 112
Rolando, Donald 165
Romnek, Susan 68, 70, 76, 78, 154
Romnek, Thomas 51, 66, 67, 76, 78, 88
Root, jamie 154
Ross, Dawn S7
Ross, Sherri 154
Rubick, jarrod 154
Rubsam, Robert 57, 80
Rubsam, Ronnette 73, 154
Rucci, Christine 68, 70, 76, 82, 105
Ruccl, l.aurie 57
Ruer, Phillip 51
Rule, Kevin 115, 128, 154
Russell, lenniler 51
Rust, Kevin 105, 114
Ryder, Wendy 154
Rymer, Tracey 105118, 136
Sacco, Aniela 73
Sachs, Cra 5 51, 114
Saeferl, lames 159
Sah 1, Melissa 51, 81
Salisbury lenniler 112
Sams, lohn s7, as
Sanders, Dale 51
Sanger Scott 105
Sameclri, lan 168
Sameckl, Kim 74, 112, 130, 154
Sauer, lodi 51, 79, 81, 83
Sauer, Mike 105
Sauer, Ricky 51
Sauriol, Stephanie 73, 154
Savka, Shawn 105
Sawlsville, Beth 52, 85
Sawyer, Brian 115, 154
Sawyer, Deanne 52, 87
Schaidler, Catherine 119, 130, 154
Schaper, loan 64, 78, 88, 89, 154
Schaper, Paul 52, 78, 84 Y
Schavet, Roxanne 155
Schelller, loseph 57
Scheider, Timoth 109
Schemmel, Ronald 132
Scherck, Steven 75, 123, 155
Scherrer, Claudia 113
Schiller, Paul 105
Schilling, linda 52, 73, 82
Schindler, Davld 52
Schindler, Dyan 109
Schinker, Usa 155
Schlnller, Tlmotgll 105, 132 H
Schmidt, Craig ,159
Schmidt, Deanna 68, 70, 105
Schmidt, tulle 105
Schmidt, Krlsty 74, 155
Schmidt, Robert 155
Schmidt, Tamm! 70
Schmidt, Terri 2, 131
Schmidt Thomas 155
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Schmldtke, Maryu7'3, 159
Schmirler, lonat 155
Schmitzer, Daniel 52, 77
Schmitzer, Patti 52, 85
Schneider, Doug 105
Schneider, Esther 52
Schneider, let! 117
Schneider, Sand 105
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Schroeder, Sadie 155
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Schuelke, lori 121
Schuelke, Mike 121, 126, 162
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Schuhz, Dav d 52, 72, 73
Schultz, Ienniter 119, 130, 155
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Schultz, lusten 52
Schultz, Teresa 76, 106
Schunk, Donald 52
Schussman, Rebecca 106
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Schwandt, Steve 52
Schwandt, Timothy 106
Schwartzkopl, Scott 155
Schwarz, Leah 52
Schweitzer, Eric 115, 155
Scovrontki, Marnie 106
Scovronskl, Melissa 106
Scribner, Alexander 53, 123
Scribner, leannette 73, 74, 122, 155
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Seelow, Cynthia 106
Seelow, Roger 80, 159
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Sell, Mall 155
Selle, Mel 168
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Semrad, Cynthia 53, 79
Sennett, Troy 57
Sensenbrenner, Kim 53
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Slavin, Thomas 166
Slovvatyniec, Iohn 106
Smead, Ron 53, 116
Smith, Charles 53, 82, 114
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Smith, Craig 53
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Veeser, Gregory 157
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Whitlinger, Teri 56, 112
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Wilcox, Teresa 80, 81, 108
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Wistholl, Dean 162
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