Normandy High School - Saga Yearbook (Normandy, MO)

 - Class of 1966

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SW G f i wil W y CLASSES WWtNPAGE I7O i I , ,M f gf Aww X A6 ' 0 U, k M' " 41 f TO YOU OUR TEACHER we are grateful because you have taught us much more than books can teach you have taught us to think and to learn Your students of government and citizenship will long remember your un ending quest for knowledge a search which is leading you toward higher goals a search which you have passed to your students Thus you have given each student a goal in life TO YOU OUR ADVISER we are indebted to you for all your sincere advice in the publication of the SAGA You have done more than was ever expected of you more than we can ever fully thank you for doing You have given a new look to the yearbook and its activities such as Home coming becoming an annual occurrence having color pictures in the SAGA and the secret of the Saga King and Queen being kept until they are SAGA staff TO YOU OUR FRIEND we give heartfelt thanks that you are one of us You understand and share our ideals our language our symbols and even our problems Our youth and your youthful spirit together make a a strong bond that cannot be destroyed Each day as we learn more about you we learn more about the joy in living BECAUSE AS TEACHER ADVISOR AND FRIEND you have in sprred counselled and identified with us because you have done more for Normandy than Normandy could do for you and thus because you have made your individual mark at Normandy in such a relatively short time we dedicate our 1966 SAGA as a lasting commemoration to you Mr William Sanders and all which you represent , . 7 . . 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IT 4 -Q , ' M , Y I I W ff ' n 0 l.Jl...l if -1 ,uw Mr. W. E. Barnes Superintendent if "" A ...I-. M44 If li-, . Suv . A, ,. ,JJ 'I---ml N,.wg,Q, if Z Educational progress in a school sys- tem such as Normandy is dependent on a competent administrative staff. We of the Normandy School District are fortunate to have such an out- standing administrative staff. Under the guidance of Mr. Ward E. Barnes, super- intendent of the Normandy School Dis- trict, and Mr. H. C. Bleckshmidt, as- sistant superintendent, Normandy has achieved great advancement in the pro- cess of education. The School Board, under the direction of Mr. Edward Monaco, has been of invaluable aid. The Normandy Senior High School lead by Mr. C. E. Potter, assisted by Mr. W. Bergmann and Mr. E. Rohlfs, have accepted a tremendous responsi- bility and have succeeded in maintaining a high standard for Normandy. The opportunity that each student at Normandy is presented with for gaining knowledge is often taken for granted. This task of educating the youth of Normandy has been taken on by our faculty. Each student can be assured the knowledge gained at Normandy will serve him well in adult life. 6 5. gel Q T F 5 . 3 4 5 i 5 I full Mr. J. Westbury Mr. H.C. Bleckshmidt Director of Special Services Assistant Su.peI'inteDClGI1t Mr. C.E. Potter Principal ADMINISTRATION ? , 3 Mr. W. Bergmann Mr. E. Rohlfs Associate Principal Mr. F. Kirby Assistant Principal 'KW xx E Arnold D Block D. Bcxtes C. Bock GG. zfg' W. Bothste V. Bourner M. Beck D. Bowers S. Berqmeier M. Brown B. Boedqes R. Bug ,ffwx QF gzwww-.N, 'UWB ,Q 4 W I I i I 1 ! Z 4-i A Buxton G DelGaud1o ?l r B- Chancellor 1- Desloqe i . f Q ll LE i f, A 3, K, A '.. 4... ' D. Chrlstlan A. Draper QR . 2 S5 fi, G. Clark P. Drury M. Clodfelter H. Dunbar D. Cook H. Duncan 'Q -. ' ' 55255: , , . 3112! 0 Q f 1 .6 J f Q 405' f , 71. 4. , M. , . ,3:55.:- - la S Q A' as f Y J V4.3 It gf A W, Cook J. Ellefson Zgwfww ..,.. "-Q riff' E., . ZW, f f I I 'W 1' f , 1. I I X t 1 4 f Y 5 v , - z5v,:1w "h xt 1 If , X , 'Wm- 'QF' , X"-11. 3 .,,, i : ww- ' , 'ibm 4 'vs U 5 ,I nf I As ' E44 Yr fag, , 'f F ii ' H .,.,.', Q... M Ns Ellis Elster English Ewold . Ferguson Ferguson Fisher Frees Funke Garcia Goff Grcxy Hayes Heithecker Henson . Hoefler lllliiiiiiiliillph . 3 i.. , Y? Q, ' 35592 ' , 2 Q, . M Y J' W' ' " gy el! Q 1 1 ' N fm .an4iai:..Q. dh Anything is better than a homeroom -22 ,gryx I Q ' ' 'MM' ' , ..,,.,,. ,, A " ' gg you-W1 V' I . s ., 3 I Q V , ' V' fy fe X 1 V.-ff N-fi f S , 5 5 Ks ff' of Ag. V, , V , sg 4 'Q yu at by 1 1 , 1, ,M.x:r,-MA. 4, ., 1 ' 2 . s f 5 ' y E. Hoerr J. Hudson Mrs. I-Iuelskcxmp B. Jackson J GY M. Jennings S. Josephs R. Ke-elinq T. Kellmon V Kmsmcmn Summit Meeting I wonder what's on at the Olymplc 9 f .WN W..,,...,g -r, -in -we . Wm .Q Y 1, ,V 1 f Q k i ily. Wu. Lvl' 'sw X ' Q fig ggi? fix 4? 0 1 Z! S- -an-, ,Q Sw 1. 4 figfifw -24 O. Kite Knelan qe Krablin R. Lacey Lahrmann Lapuente Lalfioqe Lavelle Lenox Lewinter Mainieri Masterson Mays McLaren S. McLaughlin J . Meiqs R. Meyers D. Nellinq W. Neumann J . Nichols L. Noce D. O'Connell J'.Orf B. Pendleton Q E. Phelps R. Silva F. Pilqer J . Ragland 'ft' 'T-'Qu N sins... .45 Q ,L if Lf ti 2. QQIXUW' lk f Q' v K Babalooooooooo! D. Rice I. Riehl ' , ,, V! , f ,, Mr. Jay Wants YOU! ' , ., -ni, Resting on our laurels J. Riqdon E. St. Clair J. Scrris C. Shinubarqer H. Shipman J. Rosenzweiq W. Sanders G. Shrader A. Shipherd B. Shy -25- ff.. 1 ,015 Z 5.9, ,M if 1 4 , 1 -2 '- i i Y 4 5 X 7. , . . 4a , .ig ww , ,M " 9:Y":fi V 'f 4:1 0' A -v wwf' Lf w. ,iffy ,' ', .153 ' 52,1 ,,4,q,,,.,, x 3 , f , , Z JW: .Ml-,W 7, .W ,. 1 fy f Y JU! rev ,QQ f Nw, i Q., 2 sw M, i '- , . ' 1 "" .fx - f1g,,,c ,i , Q Q if XXX 2 2 .M .,. ,W M. Wagner . Wagner S. Vaughn R. Volkmer 151.1 Smith Sterling Stoddard Sunkel It's that White Knight again! QWON il 1 , I E J w. I i n 1 l is 1 1! Y fu AU' LH. f mi AN,-f, E oday, for show and tell, Ibrought. . . fqw f .' .Y U. Q. V. f QQ W. Stanley .XJ . Sign in please! 1, Walsh V. Winter F. Winterowd B. Wood C. Hays D. Weinstock M . Whitehead C. Wilkinson D. Warman .5 N A 1, ,, L. F Y 5 J ,... t A .'laW4,. . kvl, t X, .,.,, y , .. e ,f Q.. X gs 15 M f X S ,A f J 5 f ' w-""""" 'WF' Q54 N . Q 3 w .ai lktxnff 'Fix H 27 M. Biltz Guidance Director Ass't Guidance Director J. Torres M. Berger W. Evans ' R. Geraghty R. Gilbert f I QI' 4 ,lf f M EL A Kennett M- Mayh-311 , t G. Strecker R. Vossen A BUILDING BLCCKS of OUR GUIDANCE 28- BUS OFFICE """K'l Q? .22FX"?' R- -aww, U avrfvlauq-n'v' ' C!! ji . . .............. M 'W N1 ...,,',g,,4. U ,..-a5.- A .iw-es... 'isa ...WT ,, 4- , DRIVERS How l:Scl'1ook, H., Grenier, A., Manning, J., Kremer, M., McKay, D. How 2: Horstomcn, H., Cmfk, W., McClain, A., Bcxumqcrtner, G., Ewmendorfer, S., Huberstroh, H., Kloepper, M.,.We-inder, Emcrhiser, C- ,., fs ,, -V my 2 N il 1 I 2 STA F F f . ' 9 5 1 Left to Hi ht: Curr F. Darrc h H. DeVouton B. Suffle J. Keller M., Koessel, S., Mueller, H. I I I I I I I I I CAFETERIA WORKERS Left to Hiqht: Sinovich, M., Belling, A., Saunder, O., Hartman, N., Guilfoy, D.,Klose, El, Smith, E., Hofer, L., Hcznkins, M., Mestemcxcher, V. -29 E CO7W7Wcf'7WOlQ,435' Through his twenty-three years as a teacher of biology and chemistry at Normandy, Mr. Robert C. Rupp fulfilled his obligation to each of his students. He tried to teach them to be individuals, a quality he certainly represented. He injected part of his personality into his classes. Often he enlivened them with his wit and his anecdotes. Mr. Rupp made learning a rewarding experience for his classes. He never served knowledge to his students on a gold platter but made them acquire it through their own efforts. But he was always there to help the students if they floundered. Being the scientist that he was, Mr. Rupp was a devout realist. He knew that it would not be his popularity, but rather his knowledge that would make his students important adults in the world. In return, his pupils gave him genuine respect and admiration. Normandy will miss Mr. Rupp but his memory and principles will always remain with his students and associates. jjwlcf' 1966 .S',,4QZ4 30 at WMA In ntlllli Normandy lost a vital member of its teaching staff this year with the death of Mrs. Douglas Schlueter, formerly Miss Colleen Wilkinson, on December 1, 1965. Coming to Normandy High School in 1948, Miss Wilkinson, taught English, speech, and drama for eighteen consecutive years. Her success both as a teacher and a'sincere friend was shown through her continued association with her former students as well as her current pupils. We chose the above picture of Miss Wilkinson with her students because it best illustrates this close bond between them. Her excellence as the producer of school plays and advisor of National Thespian Troupe 837 made her a genius in the eyes of her performers and all those who saw Normandy's productions. TI-IU ..I.L.l szwrsgf 1 f ' ' N .ZA mfg - ,X iv 102' Www x 2313. , X ' Q 1 X 'Q 1 'Q , Q zzt, . ,, , ,,,.Z:Ak i ,lil , , -x , .,., if V Q 54 i X x '.::X-MQQQMGZAJ. f K . ,J .i .-1-5:2423 AX ' 5 ' .. .gj.5,' ' 1 X ' 5' W, Q .11 . ' V51 A ' 4 ,QHQESSQSYQ ' ' . Q, if :Sf gf, . ' .T QI Q , 3 A . X 4 1 X X ig, X E ' 1f-' WM X 1 X .la PHILUPS CLASS wwf Vice-President Pamela Myers my X-M-qui' '66 President Rich Thompson Treasurer Wes Caroland M Secretary Rae Schenkel r '4 ADAMS, KAY P. M. c. A., Bible Club ALEXANDER, ORVAL AHRENS, PAUL ALBRECHT, ALCOKE, MICHAEL Junior Honor Society CHARLES "SONNY" Varsity Baseball, Varsity C, Q, E, Basketball, Letterman's Club, Quill and Scroll, Saqa-Asst. Boy's Sports Editor ALEXANDER, WIL LIAM Junnior I-fonor Society, Senior I-Ionor Society ANDERSON: JU-DA ANDREWS- IANE ag. bye AUSHN,PAMELA AUTENRHXHL ARTHUR Symphonic Band-President, Sym- phonic Orchestra, Marching Band, Basketball Band-President, Norse- men. BAKER,GWENDOLYN Vikinqettes, Saqa - Class Editor, Pep Club, Student Council - Hand- book QS Buzzbook Committee, Chair- man, Senate, Varsity Hockey, Var- sity Volleyball, Varsity Cheerlead- er, Jr. Honor Society, Quill and Scroll. ANTAL,SHARON F'..M. C. A. , Junior Honor Society, French Club, F. T. A. ARANA, GERALD SY1'UDhOf1iC Band, Symphonic Orch- estra, Marchinq Band, Basketball Band, Norsemen AULD,SUZANNE BAKER,REBECCA French Club, Bible Club, Pep Club, Junior Honor Society, Courier, Chora lettes. BALSANO,jACQUELJNE BANDY,MARSHA Creative Writers-President, Junior Honor Society-Vice President, Sr. Honor Society, Philosophy Club, Saga-Activities Editor, Choralettes, Mixed Chorus, Quill and Scroll, Pep Club. BANKSTON, ALICE BANKSTON, THOMAS C.O.E. BANKSTON, YVONNE D. E. C. A. BARRON, DAVID Varsity Swim, Le-ttermcm's Club, Student Council. BARRY, BRIAN Foreign Exchange Club, Bible Club, Junior Honor Society. BATES, KATHLEE N BARKER, BARBARA Pep Club BARLOW, WILLIAM Honor Society, Morchinq Bond Symphonic Bond, Symphonic Or chestro. BARRETT, PATRICIA Pep Club Pull up a chair and sit on the floor. BAYER, DONNA F. M. CNA. BAYER,GARY C. O. E., Photo BELLM, MARILYN Pep Club. BENDA, LINDA F. S. A. BETHEL, WILLIAM Grand Jury, Bible Club BETLEJEWSKI, MELVIN C. O. E. BAUCUM, BRENDA BAUER,WALTER Judo Club BAY,CHARLES - no oi hiwzzyj . f " ' 'ii fi bu t W , z ' ff mmf ,, 5 as L wwpy f an V sg, Syst I V f aj f 5-w t 'awe V J ' YNZX QZ f Y , lj Z S mix W ik if ' M. -1.2: ffff f f -ff ",5,,l:'2Q 'zfa .4 , f Iwi. 75-. f S2 if l , fig , f f f ,, , , ' ' ' tif, ' . L" ,iff mat, ,, f fwgw, , - BOHLMAN, CHRISTINE Creative Writers, Varsity Swim, Junior Orchesis, Senior Orchesis- Vice-President, Varsity Hockey Vikingettes, Philosophy Club BIBB, GARY Track-Captain, Basketball, Cross- Country, I..etterman's Club. BONN EY , ARTHUR BIGGS, CHRISTINE Pep Club, Bible Club, French Club, F. M. C. A. BILLINGS, REBECCA Art Society, Mixed Chorus, Acapella Choir BLASS, DIANE Bible Club, Concert Band, Courier- Feature Editor, Creative Writers, Foreign Exchange Club, Marching Band, Quill and Scroll, Symphonic Band. BLESSING , JUDY BLONG, NANCY BLUEMENFELD, ROBERT BOATRIGHT, HELEN Foreign Exchange Club, Pep Club, Spanish Club. BOERNER, STEPHEN Football, Track, Junior Honor phonic Band, Symphonic Orches tra Society, Letterrnen Club, Sym- N ,f M BRADY,NANCY 'Y' I BOYLE, IAMES Varsity Cross-Country-Co-Captain, Varsity Swim, Varsity Track, Pep Club, Le-tterman's Club BOZLER,DOUGLAS Judo Club. BRADSHAW,jOHN BRANDT,ROBERT Varsity Football, Varsity Track, Letterman's Club BRANDT,THOMAS BRANTLEY,ANTfHNETTE UTONI F.S.A., F.IvI.C.A., French Club BRATTON,PATRKHA Junior Orchesis-Secretary, Student Council-Recording Secretary, Pep Club, Courier-Girls Sports Page Editor, Symphonic Grchestra BRAZZLE,ERNEST Varsity Cross -Country, School Pho- toqrapher. BREUHAN,jANE BREWER, MARHE BRFTT,CAlAUN HBRUCEH BROWN, BARBARA BRUNK,RONNEE Rhythmaires, Choralettes, A Cap-- pella Choir - Secretary-Treasurer, Varsity Cheerleader, Student Coun- cil, Pep Club. BUCK,ARTHUR Varsity Track, Letterman's Club BUCKLES,BARBARA Varsity Cheerleader, Saga-Girl's Sports Editor, Vikinqettes, ,Student Council, Pep Club, Varsity Hockey, Varsity Softball. BUECHLER,BRADLEY Varsity Baseball-Captain, Student Council, Symphonic Band, Marching Band, Letterman's Club BUECHLER,GENE HCHARLES' Varsity Wrestling. BUNTON,KATHRYN BROWN,ROBERT eil? BUSCH, CHRISTINE Art Society, Bible Club, Foreign Exchange Club, Junior Honor So- ciety, Pep Club BUSHMAN, BARBARA Pep Club-Secretary, Saga-Assistant Vikinqettes, Quill and Scroll Fi ,4 CAROLAND, GEORGE "WES" Philosophy Club, Acapella Choir- Vice-President, Hhythmaires-Pres- ident, Student Council, Senior Class Treasurer, Symphonic Band, Folk- singing Club-Vice-President CARROLL, JO Varsity Football BURGESS, JEANNE Bible Club, J unior Honor Society Pep Club BURRIS, RICHARD "RICK" D. E. C. A. BURTON, PATRICIA C. O. E. Girls Sports Editor, Varsity Hockey, H CA STEE L, WALTER ww? CASTLEMAN, KATHLEEN "MAXINE" CATALANO, BRUCE CH AMBERLAIN, SANDRA Art Society, F. S. A. CHANDLER, CALVIN Foreign Iflxchange Club, Spanish Club CHRONETER,DONNA CHARBONEAU,MARK C.O. E. CHECKETT,GLADYS CHHLCUTT,HOWARD C. 0. E., D. E. C. A. CHRETENSEN,MARGARET C1HUSTY,LEA C.O.E. ga , X -.1 W sw as 5219 553 E53 X 'K :Ha i?1'Tff'9' W CHUNN, CHARLES Varsity Football CLARICE, KAREN Pep Club, C. O. E., French Club CLARK, MARY Choralettes, Pep Club, P. T. A. CLARK, JERRY Letterman's Club, Varsity Basket- ball, Varsity Track, Junior Honor Society. CLAUDY, DANIEL Symphonic Band, Symphonic Or- chestra, Basketball Band, Junior Honor Society, Marching Band. COATES, CAROL COPE LAND, KARLA National 'Thespian Society- Vice- President, Philosophy Club, Junior Honor Society, Pep Club, F.M.C.A., Student Council, Saga, Ad Manager. COOK, LINNEA Junior Honor Society, German Club, Chess Club, Mu Alpha Theta, Se- nior Honor Society, Junior Orchesis, Marching Band, Symphonic Band, Varsity Swimming. CORRY, MICHAEL Student Council, Varsity Baseball. CORRY, JAMES Varsity Swimming-Co-Captain, Stu- dent Council-Student Aid Commit- tee Chairman, Junior Honor Society, Letterman's Club CROMER MICHAEL COTNER, LARRY D. E. C. A. COUNTS, WILMA Mu Alpha Theta, Chess Club. CURLETT, BARBARA Foreign Exchange Club. DAAB, JOHN --f1::l ' CRUISE, JOHN 10 f N .Maw DAVIS, ALAN Varsity Football, Varsity Wrest- llnq Letterman s Club DAVENPORT DAVID Varslty Swlm, C. O. E. DA VISSON , DA VID Alpha Theta. Jr. Honor Society. Jr. Honor Society, Chess Club, Mu DEITERS, CHARLOTTE a .f,a,7a:W 'ffi f it X QQ f if X 'IW' 6 '-'f-1-' .H in fgdx fa' M A PM ,a f ff f If it , W , ff f ' 7' 1 ' 1 DRESNER, TERRY He who laughs last, has 340. DENNESS, PAMELA Junior Honor Society, Junior Orche- sis-President, Soqo-Copy Editor, Quill and Scroll, Senior Honor Soci- ety, Bible Club, Pep Club , Senior Orczhesis DCPALMA, JOHN DEUSER, WILLIAM DIEHL, DIANE Pep Club, Chorolettes, Nonet, A Coppello Choir DILLOW, CAROL Junior Honor Society, Pep Club, Vice-President, Quill ond Scroll Sczqci-Photography Editor, Student Council-l3.T.A. cmd Service Corn- mittee Choirmon DISPER, MICHAEL Mixed Chorus, Student Council Spanish Club DONEY, DENNIS DOYLE , ROBE RT Varsity Tennis, Lettermc1n's Club, Marching Bond, Symphonic Bond Symphonic Grchestro, Student Coun- cil DRAPER, JUDITH I I i 1 ' I If 3, v DREWES, LARRY DRUMMOND, STEVEN Boy's Chorus, Chess Club' Mixed Chorus DUNCAN, WAYNE C. O. E., Student Council-House, D. E. C. A.-President DUNNEGAN, SHARON D. E. C. A. EAGLIN, SHARON EDSTROHM, ERNEST Chess Club-President, Bible Club, Pep Club, Jun ior Honor Society EDWARDS, DAVE Junior Honor Society, Senior Honor Society EHLE RS, LINDA F'.M.C.A. ENGLER, JUDITH EUFINGE R, ROBERT C. O. E.-Class Choirmon EVANS, MARGARET EVENS, MARILYN Symphonic Orchestra FAUST, HOWARD "GREG" Boy's Chorus, Creative Writers-Vice- President, Junior Honor Society, Mor- Chinq Bond, Philosophy Club, Sym- phonic Bond, Mixed Chorus-Lib- ration FAVAZZA, JOHN D. E. C. A. FAVERS, CONSTANCE C.O.E., Junior Honor Society F.S.A. .W .iff pi .Wmawf FAVOTTA, FRANCESCOHCHECCOH Varsity Soccer, Foreign Exchange Club, Student Council FETSCH, RAYMOND C. O. F.-President, Marching Band FEENEY, CHARLES Varsity Football FERRARIO, MICHAEL FINKE, ELAINE F. M. C. FINKLESTEIN, STEPHANIE Courier-News Editor, Foreign Ex- change Club, German Club, Latin Club FISCHE R, MADEYLN F. T. A., Pep Club, National Thes- pian, F. S. A. FLETCHER, JAMES Student Council-House, Track FLYNN, WILLIAM School Photographer FORD, AARON Bible Club FRAZIER, RONALD Varsity Soccer, Varsity Football FRITSCHE, JUNE FROSCH, SHARON C. O. E. GAIL, RICHARD Boy's Chorus, Varsity Basketball, Varsity Football, Varsity TraCk-Co- Captain, Letterman's Club-Vice- President, Student Council-House Bible Club GAROFARO, LINDA C. O. E. GAY, NORMA GERDES, LINDA Courier, Junior Honor Society, Pep Club, Spanish Club FRANK, JOYCE FRANK, KERRY FRILLMAN, DIANE CHBBS,KAREN CHGER,HARRB . , 41 Our Own Mother Goose! CHLBERTSON,KEN GOEDEKE,GAYLE Varsity Hockey, Varsity Softball, Varsity Basketball, Junior Honor Society, Pep Club, Varsity Cheer- leader, Vikinqettes-President, Stu- dent Council-Orientation Committee Chairman, Quill and Scroll, Saqa- Social Co-ordinator GOODMAN,PAUL Bible Club, Varsity Baseball, Var- sity Football, Concert Band, Vars- ity Basketball GOODSON,GARY Varsity Basketba ll-Co-Ca pta in GOSSETT,DALE Bible ciub, D. E. c. A., C. o. E. GRADY, JAMES Varsity Cross-Country w l , Aww 'S GRAY, ANNE Junior Honor Society, Senior Honor Society, Philosophy Club, Foreign Exchange Club, F. M. C., Saga- Faculty Editor and Varitypist GREATHOUSE , DEBORAH National Thespian Socie ty-President, Junior Classical League-Corresponob ing Secretary, Bible Club, F.M.C.A., A Cappella Choir GREEN, ALLEN GRE EN, CLAUDIA Choralettes, Mixed Chorus, Bible Club, Courier-Advertising Manager, Creative Writers, Junior Honor Soc- iety, Pep Club, Philosophy Club, Quill and Scroll GRIMES, MARK Student Council GROSECLOSE, PAMELA Courier-News Editor and Columnist, Marching Band-Majorette, Philosophy Club GROSS, JOANN Pep Club, F. M. C. A. GRAVES,MNUi'UACKH GRAvEs,JoYcE A Cappella Choir, Mixed Chorus GRAY, STEVEN Varsity Cross-County-Tri-Captain, Varsity Golf-Co-Captain, Varsity Wrestling, Junior Honor Society, Senior Honor Society, Letterman's Club GRAYEM,JoHN D. E.C.A. is GROSS, SIDNEY "MIKE" Varsity Soccer, Varsity Track, Letterrnan's Club GRoTE,RoBERT C1KXHONE,MARY ' 'V fufyma 'f GUENTHER, JANET F- M. C. A.-Recording Secretary, lUHiOr Honor Society, Bible Club, HADFIELD, RAMONA HALES, JENNIFER Foreign Exchange Club, F. T. A. xfj 'r,. I, Y-1 1 bww-411 HAHN,JoHN Jun ior Honor Society, Senior Honor Society, Mixed Chorus Pep Club, HALL,jUDY Choralettes, Student Council-I-louse, Saga-Junior Class Editor, Nonet, Pep Club, Mixed Chorus, Quill and Scroll HA LL, PATRICIA F. S. A.-President, Student Council National 'Thespian Society HALLVAX, JACQUELINE Pep Club, F. M. C. A., Junior Class ical League i ,. .X 1, I w I 1 l 1 4 1 A A HALLVAX, JOHN C. O. E. HAMBY, ROY HAMMOND, CARY Varsity Basketball HANLEY, KAREN Student Council, Pep Club, Varsity Hockey, Varsity Basketball HANsEN,J0HN HARALSON, GAIL Bible Club, Pep Club, Foreign Exchange Club, Spanish Club HARPER,GAH. HARRIS, GARY Junior Honor Society HARRIS, LINDA Varsity Cl'1eerleadinq,Varsity Swim, Pep Club, Student Council Senate , Vikinqettes. HARRIS, STEVEN HARTKE, DARRYL "MIKE" Varsity Baseball, Letterman's Club. HASHEIDER, ROBERT "JAY" Saga Business Manager, Student 1 -We Council. 5 HAWLEY, LAURA Courier-Advertizinq Art Editor, Art Society, Mixed Chorus. -MUSE HAYNIE, DEBBIE Pep Club, Student Council, Bible Club, F. M. C. A. HEIDE NREICH, LARRY l . -- 0 1 Z .,.f.4.e.-: sw-: '34 HEIMRICH, RICHARD ,iym HENDERSON, KENNETH Varsity Football-Co-Captain, Var- sity Wrestlinq-Co-Captain, Varsity Track, Letterman's Club. ll HOFFMAN, BERNARD Boy's Chorus. HOFFMAN, DAVID Bible Club-President, German Club. HOFFMAN, KAREN HESS, CHERYL "KATHY" Creative Writers, Saga-Ass. Activi- ty Editor. HIGHT, JAMES Art Society, Philosophy Club. HOELZEL, ROBERT HOF FMEISTER, SUZANNE Foreign Exchange Club-Secretary, Varsity Volleyball. HOL T, PATRICIA HOOKER,CHRETY Varsity Cheerleader, Varsity Swim, Pep Club, Saga-Asst. Photography Editor, Vikinqettes, Student Council HOOTSELL, ROBERT Chess Club, Pep Club. HOPPE, ALLAN Varsity Baseball, Varsity Cross- Country, I..etterrnan's Club, Student Council. HORRELL, BECKY Bible Club, Pep Club, Latin Club. HOWARD, DENNIS Spanish Club. HUBER, MARILYN Bible Club-Vice-President, Sec.- Treas., Varsity I-Iockey, Varsity Basketball, Varsity Softball, Varsi- ty Volleyball, Vikinqettes-Treas., Jr. Honor Society, Sr. Honor Socie- ty, Student Council Citizenship Comm., Chairman, Pep Club- HUBE R, THOMAS Varsity Football, Varsity Basketball 2' wg, . Nl 'iw ,f"'My-'A 1 X lf- 'f ,ya C Z, . -""'!.f', W W5 it iwkiflwl' E , ,, , if , U " ' , 2' Q . HUDGENS, LARRY "WAYNE Varsity Track, Letterman's Club. Po A1 To INDELICATO, JASPER IPOCK, DONNA IRBY, RICHARD Varsity Football . HUTSON, SHARON HUTSON, SUSAN HYATT, SHIRLEY D. E. C. A. ISGRIGGS, GLENNA Rhythemaires, Student Council, A Cappella Choir. JACKSON, CLA RK JACKSON, HERSHEL Audio Visual Chess Club. JAcKsoN,RALPH JARwUs,1iNA C. O. E. JENNHKE,SARAH USALLYH Choralettes, Art Society-Pres . , Philosophy Club-Pres., French Club Mixed Chorus. 'K JoNEs,JUDY Pep Club, Junior Honor Society, Foreign Exchange Club, F'.M.C.A., Bible Club KAMMERMEYER,HLI Varsity I-Iockey, Varsity Swim, J un- ior Orchesis-Secretary, Pep Club, Student Council-House, Vikingettes KAST,SHARON Philosophy Club, Art Society, Mar- ching Band, Creative Writers , WM! JOHANNES,GEORGE Boy's Chorus, Varsity Tennis, Stu- dent Council-President, House and Senate, Junior Honor Society-Pres- ident, Pthythmaires, Senior I-Ionor Society, A Cappella Choir JoHNo,josEPH JoNEs,GARY Varsity Wrestling - Co-Capt ain, Let terrnan's Club ww., KELLER, KAREN Pep Club, Eoreian Excbanqe Club, Bible Club, F. M. c. A. Boys always did like Slinky things. KEPPLER, ELAINE KING, DIANE National Tbespian Society-C lerk, Pep Club, Student Council KEMP, LINDA P. M. c. A., Pep Club KISSEL, LUCY Vikinqettes-Vice-President, German Club, Junior I-lonor Society, Senior Honor Society, Student Council, F. M. C. A., Varsity I-Iockey, Var- sity Basketball, Varsity Volleyball, Varsity Softball we-Hariri" KIRKPATRICK, LINDA Varsity Hockey, Pep Club, Student Council-Senate HQ? K it 'x fl 1 l il KISSINGER, ANN Choralettes, Rhythmaires, Mixed Chorus, A Cappella Choir, French Club, Junior Honor Society, Pep ' Club, Philosophy Club f iergigieigh G gwggg- -'-' Qiiegiri -f ff MWQWQQM 'A21 KHUA,ALBERT AL A m ,AWK MM, Nga ' QZ A KLATT,BARBARA N Choralettes-President, Junior Honor W Society, Senior Honor Society-Sec- MwWJ ffag ho , retary, Saga-Co--Editor, Student 2521? - ns Council-House, Bible Club-Secre- tary-Treasurer, Quill and Scroll 'C Mixed Chorus, Junior Orchesis- President, Senior Orchesis KLAUS,DALE ,fi 5 V .,, itz: ,. , - 1"' 5 , f ' A Q kLEARMAN,SBAN M. mNqffm?ggh? Junior Orchesis, Senior Orchesis 4?"""" Treasurer, Pep Club, Rhythmaires A Cappella Choir KLEYPAS, DANIEL Varsity Cross-Country, Varsity Track, Concert Band, Junior Honor Society, German Club, Student C ouncil-I-louse KNARR, BARBARA D. E. C. A.-Historian KNARR, KENNETH Courier-Boy's Sports Editor, Quill and Scroll-Treasurer ,fi V-N ..,,-.39 KNOST, KATHRYN F. S. A.-Vice-President KNECHT,jOHN Concert Band KOCKA, JA NE W ff M., 8 X . kg f KOOB,BHJ. KOONCE,GARY KOVELL,NANCY ' German Club, Pep Club KRAMER,DANHH. KRAMER,jOHN German Club, Chess Club KREUTZTRAGER,ELEANOR Student Council-House, C.O.E.- Vice-President KREWUNGHAUS,CAROL Saga - Literary Editor G Varitypist, Bible Club, Junior Honor Society, Senior Honor Society, French Club, Mu Alpha Theta, Senior Orchesis, Jr. Orchesis, Varsity Swim, Quill and Scroll. M. KRUEGER, KAREN Choralettes, Symphonic Orchestra KRUEGER, RON Bible Club, Varsity Track. KUHL,TOM Varsity Golf LAMKEN, DONALD LAMPE, LARRY KUHLMAN, MARK Varsity Football - Co-Captain, Var sity Basketball, Varsity Track, Student Council, Le-tterman's Club Treasurer LACEY, JAMES "RON" Boys's Chorus - Pres., Varsity Ten nis-Captain, Jr. Honor Society, Mu Alpha Theta, Sr. Honor Society Treasurer, Mixed Chorus. LAL AMUNDIERE , RUTH Sr. Honor Society-President. LANDWEHR, JOHN "BILL Jr. Honor Society, Sr. Honor Society LANE, WANDA F.S. LANKAU, CAROLYN Jr. Honor Society, German Club, Pep Club, Student Council. LARGENTE, MARIE Varsity Hockey, Varsity Basketball Varsity Volleyball, Varsity Softball, Vikinqettes, Pep Club LaRICO, BENJIE Saga Social Coordinator. iw! vw S ! 7 N may NWS his f 'i!'2"ffai MW' ,ww LARKIN, BRUCE LARKINS, JAMES LAWTON, GEORGE Basketball Band-Vice President, Varsity Track, Marching Band, Symphonic Band, Symphonic Or chestra, Norseman. LaZEAR, MICHELE LEAVER, JANE ELLEN Bible Club, Creative Writers, Pep Club, Philosophy Club, A Cappella Choir LEE, GREGORY Student Council-Vice-President, Boy's Chorus, Mixed Chorus LeGARE, MARY LEIBLE, BARBARA P. S. A.-Secretary, Pep Club, Span- ish Club LENNON, DONNA E. M. C. A.-President, Varsity Soft- ball, P LEONE, JOSEPH Varsity Track, Letterrnan's Club, Student Council LEWIS, GAIL Pep Club, Junior Orchesis, Senior Orchesis, Student Council LITZSIN GER, JOYCE LIVASY , RANDA LL Junior Honor Society LONDOFF , MICHAEL Varsity Football, Varsity Tennis, Symphonic Band, Marching Band LORENZ, PEGGY no . ..-Q f "Sorry about that, Chief" LOWE, LORRAYNE Choralettes, Bible Club, Pep Club, J unior Honor Societi' LUBBERS, NANCY Pep Club, Student Council- House MALCOLM, STEPHEN Junior Honor Society, Varsity Eas- ketball MARGERUM, LINDA D. E. C. A.-Vice-President, Pep Club, Student Council-House MASON, GLORIA German Club-President, Chess Club, Junior Honor Society, Senior Honor Society MASSEY, DAVID Student Council-House McADAM,JAMEs Varsity Football, Varsity Swim-Co- Captain, Varsity Track, Mixed Cho- rus, Eoys' Chorus, Symphonic Band Vice President, Student Council, President, Assembly-Co-Chairman, Junior Honor Society, Norsemen, Letterman's Club-President. MCBRIDE, MICHAEL A Cappella Choir. MCCARTHY, BILLIE LoTZ,JoHN MCCLOSKEY, DONALD MCCLURE, SANDRA VGFSUY HOCkey, Symphonic Orches- tra, D. E. C. A., Club Editor. MCCONNELL, LINDA Choralettes, National Thespian Society MCCONNELL, MICHAEL MCCO RMICK, MICHAEL MCCULLEY, L ESTE R MCFARLAND, NANCY Chorcilettes, Mixed Chorus, Pep Club, Courier, Student Council MCGLASSON, DARELL Symphonic Eand, Concert Band MCGUE , EDWARD MCNAM ES, PAMELA MCQUAY, JAMES "CURTIS" Basketball Band, Marching Band, Symphonic Band, Symphonic Or- chestra. ME ADOWS, RONALD Judo Club. MEARS, MICHAEL MECKFESSEL, VERNON Varsity Baseball, l.etterman's Club MEINECKE, KURT Varsity Football, Track, Letter- rnan's Club- Secretary. MESSE R, SANDRA METZGER, NANCY MEYE R, DENNIS Varsity Football, Varsity Track. MEYER, KENNETH Bible Club, Varsity Track. MEYER, LAURA MILLER, ROBERT MINARDI, PEGGY Jr. Orchesis, Sr. Orchesis. MOHAPP, SUSAN MONACO, VIRGINIA Mixed Chorus, Choralettes, Nonet Spanish Club, lr. Honor Society Sr. Honor Society. I I ge 49' 4511415 4 or S , , M pf MOORE, LINDA Bible Club MORRISON, SANDRA MOSHER, GARY Mixed Chorus, A Cappella Chor MOUTRIE, RICHARD MONTGOMERY, JACQUELINE Foreign Exchange Club, Pep Club. MONTGOMERY, SANDRA Spanish Club, Foreign Exchange Club-Treas., Jr. Honor Society, Sr. Honor Society. Mookr, SHERYL Bible Club, F. T. A., Symphonic Orchestra, Pep Club, Spanish Club, Philosophy Club, Grand Jury Pro- ject. MOSIER, JOHN MOUTRIE, SUSAN Pep Club, Student Council Senate MUENCH, JUDITH D. E. C. A. fi 'Wk we '24 4-,Qt MUHRLINE, JACK MURPHY, LORETTO Chess Club - Vice Pres., Treas., Math Club, Pep Club, Foreiqn Ex- change Club. ". . . and away we go!" MULLEN, KATHRYN MURPHY, DE BORAH F. M. C. A. - Vice President, Jr. Honor Society, Sr. Honor Society. MURRAY, BE RNARD Varsity Track, Le'tterman's Club, Varsity Football, Varsity Cross COUNTY, JI-1HiO1' Honor Society Senior Honor Society MURRAY, SHERRY MURPHY, PATRICIA P. S. . A A E in 'fm si MYERS, PAMALA Courier, Junior Honor Society, Spanish Club, Student Council- Senate, Senior Class-Vice-President NUGENT, MICHAEL Student Council-Treasurer OECHSNE R, ROGER Varsity soccer NAU GHTON , LINDA Art Society NEWMAN, RUSSELL O,LEARY, MARAGRET "PEG" Varsity Swim, Vikinqettes. Letterman's Club, Varsity Baseball NEIMA N, GREGORY Varsity Cross-Country-Tri-Captain, Varsity Track, Letterman's Club, Junior Honor Society, Senior Honor Society, Chess Club NOBS, LINDA Marching Band-Majorette , M Tb: OLIVER, ROSE ANNE Art Society., Student Council, Pep Club OSWALD, MELANIE F. M. C. A., Courier-Business Man- ager, Foreign Exchange Club OSWALD, RALPH Varsity Football. OTHMAN, JEWEL Choralettes, Junior Honor Society, Nonet, Pep Club, Senior Honor Society, Jr. Orchesis-President, Se- nior Orchesis- Secretary. ettes O LEARY, PATRICIA Varsity Swim, Vikinqettes OWEN, KERRY PAGANO, FRANK Varsity Soccer, Lettermarfs Club PANHORST, BARBARA A Cappella Choir, Nonet, Choral- PARIS, PAMELA F.T.A., Cadet Teaching, Pep Club, Foreign Ex- change Club PAYNE, MARY Choralettes, Bible Club, Quill and Scroll, Courier-Editorial Editor, Varsity Swim, I unior Honor Society, Marching Band, Student Council, Symphonic Orchestra, Spanish Club PARRISH, THOMAS PATTERSON, DENISE A Cappella Choir ff PAYNE, JOHN C.O.E. PENDLETON, CALVIN PERDUE, GEORGE Varsity Football fa A PETERS, SHA RON Creative Writers, Varsity Basket- ball, Varsity Swim, Junior Honor Society-Secretary, Junior Orchesis, Senior Orchesis, Philosophy Club, Saga-Assistant Literary Editor, Vikinqettes, Student Council PETRALIA, JOHN PETROV, FRANCES National Thespian So- ciety-Treasurer, Pep Club PERE RA, PILAR C.O.E.-Vice-Chairman, Spanish Club, PGP Club fi' PLAGGENBURG, BEVERLY l v 1 N X M 2122 me t -., 4 ti PLAGGENBERG, VALERIE X , X WWA? X mmf l f PO ECKE R, DAVID Varsity Track, Bible Club POLSTON, CAROLYN Bible Club. www, POLZIN, ERIKA Pep Club, Student Coun- cil House L Hang on sloopy. POLLARD, MICHAEL Varsity Basketball-Cnr Captain PRATER, BETTY wmwwgpf POLL ACK, BONNIE Choralettes, Bible Club, F.M.C.A., National Thes- pian Society-Sgt-At-Arms, French Club PRICE, LINDA 5 5 S 5 E ,,,....-awww 59' if Q. V., I f., My if 1, V, . f ' 'Nils iz-'ffvtflii K, JN V zu, -lt , 'N'15X'A. 1 cm f 'WH if Hair today . PRICE, MARTHA F. M. C. A., Jr. Honor Society, Sr. Honor Society. PROCTER, LCREN Varsity Football, German Club, Var- sity Track. PRUITT, WILLIAM Courier Managing Editor, Philoso- phy Club-Vice President, Creative Writers, Treas., Quill G Scroll. PUETZ, JEANNETTE Marching Band, Symphonic Orches- tra, Symphonic Band, Latin Club, lr. Classical League - Co-Ordina- tor, Varsity Tennis, Philosophy Club. PURSLEY, JAMES D. lf. C. A., National Thespian So- ciety. PURSLEY, MICHAEL Philosophy Club, School Photogra- pher, Photoqraphy-Treasurer. 1 J i 1 . 1 i l V . .i QUARTUCCKl'THERESA Pep Club, Grand Jury Reporter. lXHNLAN,KATHLEEN C. O. E., Secretary, F. S. A. RACKLEY,SHRLEY F. S. A., Junior Orchesis, D.E.C.A RAEUPER,FRANK RANDS,jANET Choralettes, Vikinqettes-Secretary, Pep Club-Treasurer, Student Coun- cil-Social Committee Chairman, Senate, Quill G Scroll-President, Saga-Girls' Sports Editor, Junior Honor Society, Varsity Hockey, Var- sity Basketball, Varsity Swim Var- sity Softball. RASTER,JOHN NDUANEH Gone tomorrow! ! I ,WY - , W W r X RIDDLE, JACALYN Pep Club, Foreign Exchange Club, Spanish Club, E. T. A. RIEGERT, SANDRA Vikinqettes, Choralettes, Varsity Hockey, Varsity Basketball, Varsi- ty Volleyball, Quill G Scroll, Saga- Administration Editor, Student Coun cil, Pep Club-President. RITCHHART, MARY "+RENEE" lil REDEL, BARBARA C. O. E. REDEL, DARYL Boy's Chorus. RICKHE R, RONALD YANQ ..w""'hun. ROBERTS, EILE EN E.S.'A .-Treasurer, C.O .E. ROBERTSON, JUDY French Club, Bible Club, Junior Honor Society. ROJESKI, BETTE Pep Club Saqa-Assistant Activities Editor. Where the boys are. RUMMEL, ROBIN RUNDLE, PAMELA Spanish Club,Pep Club, Saga-Senior Editor, Student Council, Quill cSf Scroll. RUSSELL, BARBARA Varsity Cheerleader, Nonet, Chora- lettes-Secretary, Mixed Chorus, Stu- dent Council Senate, Constitution and Charter Committee Chairman, Symphonic Orchestra-President, Pep Club. ROLLHAUS, JEANNINE ROUSE, ARTHUR "DAVE Marching Band. ROWE, LINDA Bible Club. 5'l"ff""'4f'lP 40344 f 1- , , f , , 4? I fi' if I I Z .J X Su, SACK, TERRY Varsity Football, Varsity Track. SAGANIS, NICK C. O. E. SALAS, LINDA SANDERS, DALE Bible Club, Boys' Chorus-Librarian A Cappella Choir-Librarian SANSONE, HANORA Foreign Exchange Club, Varsity Softball, Junior Honor Society, Sr. Honor Society, Student Council, Philosophy Club, Saga-Ad Manager, Grand Jury Foreman, Pep Club. SCARBOROUGH, LLOYD "FRED Student Council, Concert Band SCHENKE L, RAE Varsity Cheerleading, Bible Club- Vice-President, Choralettes, Pep Club, Creative Writers, Foreign Ex-- change Club, Spanish Club, March- ing Band, Student Council-Senate, F.M.C.A., Symphonic Orchestra- Secretary SCHERBEL, WILBUR SCHMELZ, RICHARD Varsity Golf-Captain, Letterman's Club, Foreign Exchange Club SCHO ENMAN, RICHA RD SCHRANZ , PA TRICIA Choralettes, F.M.C.A., Varsity Hockey-Co-Captain, Varsity Soft- ball, Varsity Volleyball, Junior Honor Society, Student Council- House, Vikingettes, Latin Club SCHUERMANN, RANDY SCHUSTER, SHERI Pep Club, F.M.C.A., Student Council SCHWEGLER, NANCY Pep Club SCO PINO, TONY SEARS,ANDREW C.O.E. SEXAUER,ELLEN C.O.E.-Board Member SEYTON, GERALDINE SHEWMAN, SALLY Saga-Assistant Art Editor SEISS, CHERYL Pep Club, Foreign Exchange Club SIL LIMAN, JOSE PH C.O.E. SILVERMAN, LOUIS "MIKE" Courier-Publicity Director, Philosophy Clu b SIMS , WI LL IAM SMELSER, BARBARA SMITH, DONNA Creative Writers-Secretary, Junior Honor Society, Student Council, Pep Club, Courier-Humor Editor and Columnist, Foreign Exchange Club, Quill and Scroll And he stuck in his thumb and pulled out a . - hi . f wlfl . .A ,,,5.' 'fm tw SMITH, KIM Varsity Cheerleader, Pep Club, Varsity Swim, Student Council-Corres. Secretary SMITH, LORETTO Varsity Basketball, F.S.A., Var- sity Softball, Varsity Volleyball, Varsity Hockey, Vikinqettes A W ws., MAQW W SMITH, RONALD Varsity Wrestling, Letterman'S Club SMITH, SHERLEE ,, ,I -if il All Philosophy Club ,:":':f R - f .. fi x -.:"vzf'f 1' '. fi , 'Q 1 .... , if " 5 ,Q 11, ,f .,.. . f ,:,., .H..5 gi fffwyfsi ' Z 5,1 -rw fig fi 'Qi if ' ., A s, , , X ti' SOLBER G, CAROLYN "1TERRI" Pep Club, F.M.C.A. SPEL LMEYER, ION Varsity Soccer SPERLA , LIL LIAN Pep Club SMITH, SUZANNE SNEED, KAREN SOYSTER, DIANA Art Society-Treasurer ,tx l: STANDLEY, LOIS STARKEY, SHARON "LYNN" Vikingettes, Varsity Hockey, Var- sity Softball, Foreign Exchange Club Cross -Country STEPHENS, CATHY STEPHENS, VERN STEVENSON, NANCY Courier Typist sc ,A , STEINKOETTER, EUGENE Math Club-Vice-President, Chess Club, STENGEL, KE RMIT "SKIP' ' Cross-Country, Varsity Wrestling, .Tuclo Club-Secretary, Varsity Track STEVENSON CHARLES Boy s Chorus, Varsity Track, Stu- dent Council Mixed Chorus Ger man Club, Rhythmaires Symphonic Orchestra, French Club, Bible Club, Pep Club, Junior Hon- or Society, Foreign Exchange Club, STEWART, PATRICIA Foreign Exchange Club, Junior I-Ionor Society, French Club, Mu Alpha Theta, Quill and Scroll, Sen- ior Honor Society, Saga-Sophomore Class Editor STOKE S, STANLEY D.E.C.A. f No wonder the B. P. C. took over! STROTHE R, NANCY Bible Club, Marchinq Band, Jun- ior Honor Society, Pep Club, Ten- nis Club, Symphonic Orchestra- Symphonic Band STULCE, DENNIS National Thesoian Society SUMSKI, DENNIS Basketball Band-Secretary, I unior Honor Society, Marching Band, Sym- phonic Band Symphonic Orchestra SUTTON, DOUGLAS Courier-Editor, Student Council- Election Committee Chairman, La tin Club, Bible Club, Varsity Track Varsity Cross-Country, Quill and Scroll, Junior Honor Society, Sen- ior l-lonor Society-Vice-President SWEENEY, PATRICK Varsity Track, Varsity Soccer, Pep Club, Letterman's Club TAYLOR, JACQUELYN Bible Club STOTLER, KATHLEEN F' .S .A . STRASSE R, SUZANNE STRINGE R, UL A ' 9 ' 2,87 , TAYLOR,jOYCE TRAcY,JUDnH National Tbespia TEBBE, DAVID Varsity Baseball, Lette-rman's Club, Junior Honor Society, Pep Club, Spanish Club TRAVE,SANDRA TEMARES,FRANCE,HSTANH C.O.E. Tn T 1'1Society l7.M.C.A., Varsity Hockey, Varsity Softball, Varsity Tennis, Volleyball, Pep Club, F.S.A. Varsity TERHUNE, ELIZABETH Foreign Exchange Club, pep Club TETTENHORST, WAYNE Junior Honor Society THOMAS, CAROL THOMPSON, RICHARD Varsity Football, Lettern1an's Club Student Council-Publicity Chairman Saga-Sports llditor, President o Senior Class THOMSON, THOMAS TINSLEY, PAMELA Art Society TREU, WAYNE Mixed Chorus, Basketball Band Varsity Football, Pep Club, Span- ish Club TUCKER, LINDA Bible Club, Pep Club wc, BARBARA Junior Honor Society, Senior Honor Society, Foreign Exchange Club, Spanish Club, F.S.A. mf A Wg Q , UNT ERREINER, LARRY UNTERREINER, SHERRY URANI, PAULA Art Society, Pep Club, Junior Honor Society, Spanish Club, Senior Honor Society, Student Council URANI, THOMAS Student Council, Junior Honor Society VALENTI, GRACE "SUE" National Thespian Society, Junior Orchesis, Creative Writers, Pep Club AWS? VALENTI, THERESA Pep cuub, r:M.c.A. VAN MILL, KARL VAUGHAN,DUANE phonic Band, Norsemen WALRATH, ROSEMAREE Creative Writers, Student Council House, Junior Orcbesis, Senior Or chesis-President, Pep Club. A WARD, LARRY Varsity Baseball, Jr. Honor Society . t WARD, LINDA Symphonic Band, Marching Band, Symphonic Orchestra, Norsemen, Concert Band, F. T. A., Courier- Quill S Scroll, Spanish Club. Letterman's Club, Varsity Football Varsity Basketball, Junior Honor Society, Letterman's Club, Marching Band, Senior Honor Society, Sym- VITALE, MICHAEL Varsity Soccer-Captain, Letterman' s Club. VOGLER, MICHAEL Varsity Wrestling, Letterman's Club WARD, TERRY WATERSON, ROBERT S E D.E.C.A. WEEKS, ELIZABETH .Tunior Honor Society WEEKS,TERRY wEGMAN,JEAN German Club, Junior Honor Society, Senior Honor Society, Mu Alpha Theta, Marching Band, Saga-Senior Class Editor, Quill and Scroll WEHRLE, JANIS F.M.C.A., Pep Club, Philosophy Club, Bible Club, Student Council ,,., 'tr 4. 'D 4 .-ui ,I WEIHE,jGAN C loss Secretory WEL LING, CAROL WE LSH, LAWRENCE WELTY,SANDRA Art Society, D.E.C.A., Pep Club, Ncltionol Thespion Society WEYRAUCH, CAROL Symphonic Orchestra-Librarian, Ju- nior Honor Society, Chorolettes, Foreign Exchange Club, German Club, Marching Bond, F. T. A. WHITAKER, FLORA WICK, RUSSELL Varsity Swimming F.M.C.A., Art Society, D.E.C.f3 WEINBERGER, ARTHUR "DAVE WEINHOLD, KATHLEEN V A Cappella Choir, Mixed Chorus my .QW-nuns' wt X Z? ,X WILD, WENDY Saga-Co-Editor, Choralettes, Jr. Honor Society, Junior Orchesis, Quill 6- Scroll-Secretary, Senior Honor Society, Senior Orchesis, Student Council, Creative Writers Grand Jury Steering Committee. WILKERSON, LINDA F. S. A., Bible Club, Symphonic Band, Marching Band, Concert Band ., kiiqv I Siui ,l W, WILKINSON , ROBERT National Thespians Society-Sarqe-nt at Arms. WILL, NANCY ,Q Pep Club ff ,A 22 WILLIAMSON, GLORIA WILMIN G, RICHARD WILSON, ROBYN WILSON, LARRY D.E.C.A., Varsity Wrestling, A Cap- pella Choir, 'Sv J M exrgji X ,X Saga-Assistant Senior Editor, Chor- 'W ' alettes, Varsity Hockey, Student Council, Pep Club, Quill 6 Scroll. WISE, MICHAEL Varsity Track WOLF , TERRY ,ZZ 3, 'fs WYATT, CHARLOTTE WOLFE, GLORIA WOODWARD, GEORGE Bible Club, Grand Jury. WOOTEN, MARSHA Junior Orchesis, National Thespian Society. WOSMANSKY, GEORGE Varsity Basketball, Varsity Track, Symphonic Orchestra, Symphonic Band, Marching Band. WRAY, SHARON Bible Club, Foreign Student Club, Junior I-Ionor Society, F. T. A., Jr. Orchesis. WRIGHT, BARBARA YOUNG, KATHLEEN YOUNT, RICHARD Symphonic Band, Marching Band Y ZEIER, SUSAN ZUMBEHL, STANLEY "MARK" Varsity Football, J..etterrnan's Club 3 Q Don Lamken 'Sa- TCP jerry Edwards Salutatorian i Q Valedictorian ig 1 5 . fm Q 5 Z 2 5 I i 5 , 5, to 5'f ,. it Li Ron Lacey, Third, Carol Krewinghaus, Fourth, George Johannes, Sixth, Linnea Cook, Seventh, Gloria Mason, Fifth. Wendy Wild, Eighth. 88- 5 A H 2 5 5 A 1 N . r s Q 3 . 'WD . can Wegman, Ninth, Pat Stewart, Tenth, jim Corry, Eleventh. TWENTY ... , 4 Q 3, t .S L s Hanora Sansone, Eleventhg Jewel Othman, Thirteenthg Marsha Bandy, Fourteenth. f ' f L: 5 t 1 W - g 5 x i f 2 F Q ' 5 ' J 1 2 f 4 5 Z K 1 ' 1 Y 5 5 . 3 5 g 2 f ' 5 r f sf fi f 2 r . 9 Q Q A . .L 'Q if :. 4 ' X Q X ,vh -W l Martha Price, Fifteenthg Mary Payne, Sixteenthg Gwen Baker, Eighffffflfhl DHD Klcypas, Ni11CICCflfhl Paula Urani, Seventeenth. John Hahn, Twentieth. -89 I'Vll'll'l ..Il LJIX Q s .M QQ!! 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Alan Davis Rich Thompson Mark Kuhlman ,mf Karl .V - W ,W ,- Van Mill Row 1: Bohlman, I-loelzel, Smith, Frazier, Knott, Flosell, Londoff, Eilerman, Pisciotta, Corriqang Row 2: Parisi, Ebersohl, Proctor, Davis, Meinecke, McAdam, Robertson, Newman, Lock, Cribbs, Horrell, Blue, Coach Del Gaudiop Row 3: Goodman, Beeta, Johnson, Sack, Meyer, Van Mill, Paitkiewicz, Chunn, Schuite, Coach Masterson. g . X J' 4 A A if 5 Q , ' if-J ' W W' 3, , .i"t?,gv J., .-'. ' X' afizw f ,if 7-2 SEASCN HIGHLIGHTEE BY RECCVERY GF WHEEL 4 9 if f .fb A I' 4 L Davis Attempts to Block Punt The Viking's Defensive Wall The Viking Gridders piled up a very successful record this year. The Vikings got up a head of steam defeating Kirkwood 37-0 in a game which All-Metro quarterback, Paul Goodman, threw for 3 TD passes. Next the Vikings confronted Riverview, and were hogtied 3-0 on a field goal by the Rams great place kicker, Rusty Bourg. Then the Vikings stormed against the two topseeded teams in the Suburban Big Ten. Webster was the first victim as the Vikings romped to a 22-14 victory, with Ron Frazier and Ken Henderson stealing the show. Next it was McCluer's turn to bite the dust at the hands of the Vikings. The offense was very well balanced, and due to the superb de- fensive play of All-Stater Mark Kuhlman, the Vikings stopped the Comets and the league's leading rusher, Al Holmes. At this time the Vikings gained the rating of num- ber 4 in the area prep poll. This high standard of achievement was soon disolved as the Vikings dropped a 19-0 to the Ladue Rams. The following week revenge was in the mind of the Wintermen as they showed their vengeance against the Lindbergh Flyers by taking an overwhelming 35-7 victory. This was agame in which everybody took part. Goodman threw for two TD's 'and juniors John Robertson and Bob Rosell threw for touchdowns. Ron Frazier ran for one TD along with Rich Irby who had the first of his four consecutive 100 yards tor morel games. The U-City game in which the Vikings won by a score of 20-0, was highlighted by a 60 yard punt return for a touchdown by Jim M-3Adam. The Vikings then made quick work of Hazelwoodg 18-7 . The stage was set for the chief accomplishment of the season, the winning of the Wagon Wheel. Nor- mandy broke early in the first quarter, when Goodman fired a TD pass to Henderson. They were never to be caught from that time on. Irby and Frazier again paired for touchdowns. As the Wintermen ended their season, on some what of a sad note, Mark Kuhlman, candidate for high school All-American, caught a TD pass and suffereda complete shoulder separation. Final score: 37-14. At long last the Wagon Wheel was in Normandy's possession. Deservedly so, Normandy placed three members on the All-Metro Team: Ken Henderson, Paul Goodman, and Mark Kuhlman. Bow l: McKamy, Dethloff, Cox, Morak, Delohn, Adams, Webb, Lynch, Dillow, Henderson, Poecker, Parnellp Bow 2: Coach Meyers, Teske, Leasck, Baker, Cardin, Valle, Sandborn, Bloomer, Steel, Orlando, LoBosco, Panhorst, Mgncqdo, Moser, Bow 3: Glenn, Lowell, Huelskamp, Watrinq, Olsen, Holmes, Eqqenberq, Hiqqins, Frost, Green, Blumenthal, Zinzer, Coach James. B-TEAM t'The Dirty Thirty", as the B'ers called themselves, compiled a season's record of 4-3-1. The Junior Vikings best effort was against undefeated Hazelwood. The Vikings led through most of the game on a two-yard plunge by co-captain Eric Adams. The P.A.T. attempt failed. During the outset Hazelwood scored and made the P.A. T. good for a 7-6 victory. Tony LoBosco and Joe Orlando were elected MVP's of the B squad. LoBosco was an excellent kick-off and punt return man, running several back for over 50 yards. Orlando, was the defensive stalwart of the team, having the most tackles. C-T EAM The united efforts of coaches Orf and Sarris ended in an ungratifying season with a record of 4 losses and one victory. The opening game with Hoech ended in a 12-0 loss for the C team, but the following 7-0 victory over Ferguson repaired the Viking spirit. However, the following three games saw the C-team blown off the field by the forces of Hanley, Florissant and Hazelwood with respective scores of 21-14, 27-0, and 7-6. The coaches commented that the teams defensive line was its largest asset. Con- tributing players were Mike Gerhartd, John Schaffer, Bill Bridell and Dave Hahn. Bow 1: Bishop, Helmet, Couch, Gross, Knoop, Bandy, Waldt, Johnson, Smith, Hartman, Comer, Kremer, Gerhardt, Bon, Schenkel, Bridell, Dorserg Bow 2: Alton, Palazzolo, Schalk, Bidiakis, French, Newton, Cole, Conner, Bayless, Zeeh, Drinkard, Papendick, Homeyer, Giqer, Hooker, Barker, Pischel, Cribbs, Fleming, Bow 3: Trentmann, Peters, LeBeau, Crow, Mincer, Van Mill, Attearn, Greathouse,Sparks, Diete mann, Wirts, Hearst, Coons, Bommarit, Berryman, Story, Pruett, Moore, Bow 4: Coaah Sarris, Coach Berqmeier, Sale, Schmitt, Britt, Hahn, Nellinq, Price, Stantyn, Schaffer, Baley, Lombardo, Gales, Schcelk, DeClue, Coach Ort. CATCH US IF YCU CAN Kelley Sprints With their newly found theme song, the Viking Harriers capt- ured their first four meets. Led by tri-captains, Jim Boyle, Greg Nieman, and Steve Gray, Nor- mandy had no trouble getting a place in each meet. For the first time since 1961, Normandy had a medal Winner in the Beau- mont Invitational. 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P , j When 3101! are it is a g ,ff ' ,A 1 ,e very good year . - 'Z '5 5, 7 ' Y 5 ' A very good yeafr fm' a big ,. k-Q, A basket team in' its own little wwd Riveg -mga sehoqh mn defeated a ,WW rg-,epgscred lmpvnent in the course of the weekend, and me Ionezminps im the Top ran of the Pos:-neepmh prep pon. 0 e P Prep Top Ten e ffiffff-95120 fields and wnmlusz ' recnids in parentheses! V , ' V f '11 , P01528 1. East Sphozsn any gs-an 145. . 2. Christian Brothers Q41 e . M 46,01 131 ' e e :s. cleveland my qs-an e x V 4. Normnnqiyd qs-nv . - 5. St., L. U. High 4443 I A Cahokix , K I elleville Q J oosevelt e C 7 . 3 9 Q ' e f . W , jg 1 9' M Q Q K U-'irst-place X 5 records in parentheses! I Callinsvile 193 004, 2 Normandy Q23 UNI N A gh 3 Kirkwwd i3v'27D3-' -' " " ' ' A ' Qi 4 Believillv KZ? 543 -' -A A ' 5 Webster Groves I7-27 - . 6 Highland 07 UNI - - . 7 owaxm Tech cn if-01 - 0 . 8 Q?-61 -- -' 'f ' 9 Beaumont gs-11 -- -4 "' A e , locamaacm-----za 1 e W - , Q agp X08 Q5 . N Q09 S A . Q oi Ye . S - Q Q96 Beg? 9 ii 'Zf'i'Ql f e 9 QQ '5 '5 Q, M555 as '55 so gage' geeega' Q '5oxQ:98p3-QXN1 B1 Q5 X30 92' 'ax' , xgioqgbis? e QJOQ Q Defense Helps Br ing Tifles To Normandy DeAndrels Row l: Hamilton, Vaughan, Gerst, Coil, Riqqs, Mgr., Plow Q: Pemberton, Ashcroft, Coodson, Malcolm, Wctlcin Coach Kirby, Flow 3: Hansen, Pollard, Wosmonsky, Bibb, Mcforter. 'i Duane Vaughan l Mike Pollard Gary Bibb l l l Steve Malcolm Gary Goodson Bill Ashcraft George Wosmansky How 1: lfllebrook, O'MGGl'C1,Pipkin, Fiolnn, Dillow, Ivlqr. Boker: Row 2: Horner, Luenstroth, Green, Mortin, Dix, Couch Mfisterson, Row 3: Holmes, Nelson, Smith, Zinser, Frost, Fiiqqs. Here was a team with no height and no extensive experience, but they had one thing in their favor-- determination. The B-teamers out fought, out ran, and out shot all their opponents on their way to a 20-1 season. The scoring attack was led by Glenn Rohn and Steve Horner, with some exceptional play- making by freshman Mike Martin. They were con- ference champs, and second in the B-team tourna- ment, at which time they suffered their only defeat against Lindbergh. Under the leadership of Coach Bourner, our freshman boys entered into a very frustrating season. The boys were playing competitively for the first time, which is a distinct disadvantage. Several boys showed signs of promise through individual performances. Spooner, Hahn, and Pointer were the mainstays of this year's C-team. '14 13' lvf.-f 1: Vofifili liourrl-'-r, litoulc, liridell, Neiman, Toons, Spooner, Matting Fxow 2: Couch, Hahn, Pointer, Minimum, EJ'll'l'l',', Vi'-fro'1J,:kig How 7: l'?f'l1rniH, Iffineoly, Hr une, Stanton, Groothou " THIS WAS THE YEAR THAT WAS " " This was the year that was. " Coach Kirby did not have to rebuild his team, due to the loss of starters. He finally had a team with experience. As the season began, the boys showed how important a factor this was. Pattonville presented no trou- ble at all. At McCluer, perhaps one of the most exciting games of the year, the Vikings acted as a cool team in the clutch and pulled out a one-point victory. For the next month, the cagers were virtually unstoppable. The Vikings first league opponents were the Hazelwood Hawks, who threw quite a scare into them, but the Vikes rallied to win by a substantial margin. Behind the shooting of Gary Goodson and Mike Pollard, the playmaking of Steve Malcolm , amd the rebounding of Gary Bibb and Duane Vaughan, the Kirbymen had thus far achieved a record of 6-0. Now it was Christmas tourney time, and the Vikings got a fifth seed.. As the tournament progresses it was evident that the Vikings would surpass this placement. They reached the semi-final against Webster Qfirst seededjand won on a last second layup by " Little Stevie Malcolm", giving the Vikes a birth in the title game. The final was played against Kirkwood and the Vikes took the tourney with a victory by the score of 54-47. Ritenour was the cagers next foe, who had beaten the Vikings the previous two years, and also the conference championship. The guys were up and the Huskies went down. Really down! Weekly ratings became very important to basketball fans. No. 2 was the rating that the Vikings held most of the year, a very creditable position to hold. The Vikings went into the Webster tourney with a 15-0 record, one of the two class L teams undefeated in the area. A number one seed was their position, but turned out to be somewhat of a jinx by the end of the season. Lindbergh handed the Vikings their first defeat by the score of 57-56, and less than 24 hours later were beaten by Kirkwood, for 3rd place, by the same score. A Q M X , 5? 'f M' ,,:3,, . --ummm IH If 253 BK ill ii! 'E as The conference was at stake now, with a big game coming up against Lindbergh. In the last seconds the Vikings scored five five straight points, four by Bibb, to win by the slim margin of 52-51. , The stage was set now for no. 3 and4 rated teams to play for the Big 10 crown. Because of our record thus far everyone was out to see Normandy get squashed. The Vikings were not going to make it that easy for the Statesmen. Web- ster was just uncanny, and for that matter so were our Vikings in particular, Gary Goodson with 27 points. They fought back but could not quite catch up. The loss dealt quite a blow to the pride of the team of which they could never quite recover their momentum. The season was closed out with a 24-5 record, a creditable accomplishment, expecially against the strong com- petition set before the team all year. How lzotenqel, Licata, Doney, Schlottach, Cribbs, Resell, B uckmasterj Row 2: Boles, Smith, Jones, Henderson, Gray lf S-namely R cw 13: Dalton, Heddy, Volqar, Hartman, Banks, Eal- rnan, Eurqdorf, Pxeclell. Normandy Trio Pins State Honors Make a wish. After a disappointing sea- son, the Viking wrestlers showed their true ability by taking five lst place titles in the District Meet. The wrestlers also had six men in the quarter-finals and three in the semi-finals. The three semi-finalists were Ron Smith, 103 pounds, Gary Jones, 112 pounds, and Earl Burgdorf, 165 pounds. Earl also was the only Viking wrestler to reach the State Finals, where he clinched second place. The six Vi- king wrestlers were led by co-captains, Ken Henderson and Gary Jones. ,,,,.-,, QQYJU163 W H4 9?'M'0A I 9557101 Row l: Nichi, Hooker, Zieqenfuss, Bratton, Burke, Cardin: Row 2: Pethlotf, Lol3osco, Robertson, Weyrauch, Guerrik, Maitinqlyg Row 3: Manager, Stewart, Crider, Htelsl-zarnp, Cunninqham, Olsen, Tucker, McElroy, Coach Ellis Wrestling fans can look forward to a very promis- ing season next year. Var- sity coach, Stan Bergmeier believes that Normandy has a bright future with many fine sophomores returning. The B-team , led by Bob Bratton, Arley Tucker, and Tony LoBosco, achieved a better record than that of the varsity. The season was highlighted when Jack Huelskamp lost his pants accidentally. But pants or no, he still won the match. B-TEAM C-TEAM The baby grapplers were also very strong at times. Among their victories was a 35-8 conquest ofthe Cad- ets ofCBC and a 45-5 Win over Clayton Junior High. For a freshman team, this is quite a group of hard workers, who have come along very fast in the skills of wrestling. Coach Ellis commented that Gary Schenkel and Mike Ber- hardt should be commended on their excellence. Flow 1: Lindhorst, Garth, Piantanida, Zeeh, Smith, Schenkelg Row 2: Gerhardt, Gross, Elliott, Schae- fer, Story, Schweitzer, Row 3: Coafh Far, Sherrill, Blanton, Whitaker, Testa, Brady, Brasier, Zwei- fel, Fox, Gales, Hutson, Warnsqanz, Schaffner, Sachse, D'Amato, Giqer. Co-Cctptoinsg MC!-Xdom, Corry, Couch Del tioudioj Row l: Ashton, Kremer, Wooten, Rands, Bushcln, Emichg Row 2 Green, Howard. Clrlcmdo, Jocobs, Wachter, Schrunz, Clarke, Wick, Deloneyg Flow 3: Porron, Cfowee, Boyle, Roebler, Green, lverso Howard, Wachter lend Splu hmen Don't go near the Wachter. Coach Del Gaudio's splashmen, even though their team efforts were damp, had afew outstanding single performers. Jim Howard broke the record for the Indiv- idual Medley formerly held by sophomore Teddy Iverson. Junior Wayne Wachter, diver, hadatre- mendous season having 10 first places and l second place. Gary Emich a freshmen did very well in the butterfly. Led by co-captians Jim Mo- Adam and Jim Corry the Viking swimmers swam to a6-7 season. The only Viking to place in the State Meet was Jim Howard who placed fourth. 1 bm,.,,:., iw.. 5, is tm. 1 X, 0 .2 x x 1. Q M0 V 'Jw x is 'CN C, ,VV 0.3 .sift 'I X N? S 'N H2 N 'Ml 7 ig! X 1 f 5- W we: -. , , V f . .4as:.w mii- Q! 3 E ax 3 4, 4 fl ii ii W5 A Row 1: Captain S-Vitale, Frazier: Row 2: Mar. Bruqnara, Oechsner, Smith, Spellmeyer, Weiss, Kelly, Deijrancesco, View 5 Coach Off, O'Leary, Lamke, Frisella, Paqaho, Weiss, O'Suliivari, Favato, Coach Drury, Row 4: Horns, Moore, Harri Mr' Carthy, Smith, Melchior, Zurwelier. Kickers Fight To Win The soccer team, under the lead- ership of a new coach, Mr. Orf, opened its '65-'66 campaign with hopes for a successful season. The kickers achieved the status of being the only public high school to reach the quarterfinals in the district soc- cer meet. Co-captained by Ron Fra- zier and Mike Vitali, the latter of whom was out due to injuries most of the season, the team achieved the best record of their three years of competition, 9-5-2. The team re- ceived great assistance in their attack from this yearfs exchange student, Checco scoring foreign Favotto. The real scoring duo was Smith and his younger Jimmy brother Timmy, who constantly put pressure on the opposing teams' goal. Along with Frazier, the defen- sive backfield, Lamkie and Mel- chior, put up a solidwall controlling the enemy attack. The team all joined in saying that Mr. Orf did a very fine job in his first year as coach. Normandy Soccer--Italian Style Holy Baseball I Batman!!! lettermen FHS! ROW: Hoppe, Meckfessel, Buechler, Alcoke Second Row Te an , Q sq. One advantage of being Sports Editor. . . i V L V ry, WJ? 14 l a M 'X flag " , i 4 kiiklfie- iw., ,i fslf4 i' ?., 52393, ' J! Ma g, Q bbe, Goodman, Gerst, Hartke, Newman With the arrival of spring, another season of baseball was scheduled to get under way. The players hoped it was another season. After the team's extremely poor showing last year, anything would be better. The returning lettermen are working hard to compensate for last yearls record. The pitching is very stable, head- ed, by "The Big Three", Russ New- man, Paul Goodman, and Dave Tebbe. Captain Brad Buechler will lead the hitting attack, which is the Vikes big problem. Normandy has had a his- tory of good pitching and good de- fense, but unable to produce runs to go along with their defensive spe- cialties. TRACK 8. FIELD M., ...V .f 5w5'fwv9m2w,Q,,M, ...1,...M. .,. - ww f Vg' A AXX, I, ' . s 0 L ,QV . , N . - S way ,. W - ' ' M 4,.,3,f..A Sl, H K .uses diffs -" fri, . ?e'fm-i. . .t 'fi , Y :,,.,.s.f3f, V.. . V 1- N f- . um. K g A . WI: wsu, 7 ,X it :M 1 A - CTU A 'iff' Q it ,., I .ii Nd-f ,. Q f'1-gzwgi-mf "-Gifts" " 7 ' mA"w55'.:.jf Xi. WK" Yw,.-,1" 'Liv Disc'n Data The track team led by Co-Captains Dick Gail and Gary Bibb proved to be one of the strongest teams in recent years. Although the efforts of Bob Goble and Bill Schwab were missed those of Dick Gail, Mike Hamilton, Jim McAdam, and Gary Bibb made up for their loss. George Wosmanski and Dick Gail holder of the Jr. high jump record- 5 feet ll lf2 inches, were the two best high jumpers on the squad. The half mile relay was one of the strongest events with the return of the Jr. half mile recorder holders, Steve Boerner, Mike Hamilton, Jim Mc Adam, and Wayne Newman. In the high hurdles Gary Bibb and Kurt Meinecke were the top per- formers. Another strong event was the mile and half mile runs by Jim Boyle and Gary Kostecki respective- ly. Because of the fine showing by Junior Mike Hughes , Sophomore Don Winter,and the sophomore class Coach Bourner was led to believe that track will be very successful in the coming years. With room to spare. . . iw . -V O. K. frisk'em. Spring has Sprung Le V ' X , 1 o 2,61 5 A ' ,gf . X A mg y Y 1 z .f - wjf62'g My ff za f ,f IX 4. 4' Q4 ' f , fm P -- - , Maw'-.lfg ' '- 2 Q V f f , ,f , ,:- , f uf, - : 1 o, Z--2 Alfgw :- ,, W. , x , Q .X A W f I f fl ,iw,:Q4L 5 f ' Q24 Y "ow . xi ywwfi' ,Q ' 1 fu f ' S ' f'ffffm,.' 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The young duffers show- ed much promise, through mat- ch play last year. Experience will play a big part. The cap- tains along with junior, John Theodorow, shot very good rounds in pre-season compe- tition, and are very intent on finishing high in the state meet. Pre-season meeting. S ri' , my ' of it New - f, , x A - ,pw v--tic: ' ' sw, fel , .giigsawffzgff X .4 A fmfffiz -:A iz , yi . . -iiff . i 1. " if 1.3:-. A A , ,, , ,N if syn -rfzffiwjbf , - .f L v ffxffy' - 'f . -'rig Q. f ff , I , 4 . -f X ff ' 'am ' w ,, mn ,Q f , fa" M751 Jil, fn. , ,K ,ml ,A . J Q. uf A gy 4.4. .gk ff,yqgw',.,.ff A f V :ff 1 if ' W -' , Awfzw A f 4 M gt, . 'gif q . . xg, ,Pegs 2 , 3 f . K , V J ' -f Q fs, wQvwf,,f--fr ii? Q .r..:z... yf . , .' f-, ,ihzgwf :fm fg W . ,- J ., 4 AQ! - W? ff b"",4+ , Wvwfsi pw Qs we if 1 - f if ' f 'ef X 4 Sw p wwf, - m ay 11:1-vazfwqi ,. ,4.::?:W 4 . w-N,.-- Q-, 4 A ' , , , Q M ' asain.: I ff K, sf .,,f..wa42s fw.9fS,4igf .5 1- ,f r ., - 25? if - i,,. . 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With the aid of five returning letter- men this year's tennis team could prove to be better than average. Even though they practiced in inclement weather their efforts were not dampened. - 109 "With a firm determination For my next trick Through for TWO! 110 - The b-b-ball hit the R-R-Racket. You got him, what 'ya gonna do? . uk ,Q..- -, ,---mn 1 - fn v K . :gm 'ry gd, 45- rf urgl wi M-4'?f':l?, 'Q du Q. 1 ..,., , A K-I gi . K4. , 'E-txzfgt, L Q 5' 'F xg - , A ' ' 1 7 hy .1 ,Y V1 1. 1,- lr , Q' .. . , ' LF? e 'K "ya, 1. - A L .1 jf Y .-. . ' , . r .Hin r" 4 A-YW ., V""hf - F? ' Q., . ' a if S ,5 WRESTLING FOOTBALL Ken Henderson, Gary Jones TRACK Mark Kuhlmcrn, Ken Henderson Gary Bibb! Dick Gail' A M Q W- . zffawef' rf A f -3-'s 5 '- ' N- Og 45" f Q 5' , 4,-I, , L, QE 4, gi fbJ?Q3E! pa xf ,mf A ,2,,LyQm 51g?gJ,fy, , I rr A 3, - .-P Q. fea ,J wverr 7 ' K, ' :::.' AV. ' AV 'Q '9"A gl ' A J , 2:3 A .Z zgx , A y .my if ,, 5 Q, ff - ' -'fi f ! f -QQ 1" is , ' fy :iw Vi n lg Q L- , yy- -LJ. we- f r fi , Q -v,r -4 E feef V 2 BASKETBALL GOLF Gary Goodson, Mike Pollard Steve Grey, Rich Schrnelz SOCCER SWIM Mike Vitale, Ron Frazier wifi U 3 ! 1 BASEBALL Brad Buechler lim Corry, Jim McAdc1m CROSS COUNTRY Steve Grey, Greg Neiman, L Jim Boyle Ron cxcey TENNIS Q-ow I J V .rag VARSITY 'fir K z Barb Buckles Chris Hooker Ronnee Brunk . Llnda Ha . rms Barb Russell Rae Sche k H e1 '7--D Kim Smith G ayle Goedeke HEERLEADERS TEAM M . " J- ff ez- X , 1, , L ,K an N. , .L . t A Q . fha MQ , ,Q Q Donna Hupp, Sue Dennington, Sue Schorr, Debbie Blattner, Debbie Watson, Linda Spilker, Tana Londoff 1 . K 4 'WI 5 e ' Chr1s Bauers Pam Nolon, Jenise Curran, Sally Wright f Jane Watson, Pat Weber L... MW Who put the rubber cement But they promised us in my spray deodorant? parachutes! Kathy Varsity Hasheider Mascot You got it whatcha gonna do! I I I Go Team Go! ! I W Bully for you! The Hockey Team finished their season with 3 wins and 2 losses. Under the direction of coaches Mrs. Helen Dunbar and Miss Sabina Mainieri, the girls perfected their offensive and de- fensive lines. In the backfield, Pat Schranz, Marilyn Huber, and Lucy Kissel did exceptionally well. In the offensive line Gwen Baker, Janet Rands, and Connie Saganis led the team in scoring. W' if . Normandy Biverview Normandy Bitenour Normandy Principia llormandy Mcfluer Normandy U. City ff ..,.- gzsgiia A V3 2 in? X94 .d?,,W W wJ'QZI.SZQmllfxf' "J A ggi' li 5 Bow l: Starkey, Baker, Eqqenberq, Dolde, Myers, Bushman, Wilson, Smith, Braussg Bow 2: Huber, Bodebush Buckner, Nolan, Travis, Bieqert, Kammermeyer, McClure, Bow 3: Saqanis, Kelleher, Goedeke,Larqente, Co Cap tain, Monica, Buckles, Hanley, Schranz, Co-Captain, Bands. .500 Season Highlighted by New Zone Defense f V . I Vvvq 5 5 q I ,f l. 2 V' : , Q M b . :,,,,, ,r ,,,, ..,,,, - vi 1, , ,., I A6 .., ,....f,,..-.u.w. 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City T28 Normandy Z8 Riverview 34 Normandy 3b We-llailon 12 Norman d y I3 O Maplewood -lf Nor ni a nd y 7 3 IVICC luf-r TT 9 Mermaids Don Fins And Take To The Wafer W. ,r,,,5.T.,..r. , ...,....----A Wei ff W Freeze! ! Check 'ya later! , A. i Row 1:1-Iurris, Schorr, Watson, S., Spilker, Moclihleny, Ostronder, Husband, Row 2: Hooker, Nivens, Watson, J., Ahre-ns, Simpson, Clarke, I-ling, Scobey, Barren, I-lore-iskyg Pow 3: Edgerton, C'Le-ary, O'Leory, Blottner, Trost, Broz, Lorenz L PLEASE, I'd rather do it myself! ! Reaching for the moon. VOLLEYBALL Who spiked the volleyball '? Conuetolwanud A HSpecHU KH swing. SPRING SPORTS Love that , M Wh, Qifdfv ganmi And away we go. 0UR MAN FlYNN Uniting the goals of Saga and the Photo- graphy department, Bill Flynn became Saga's first photography coordinator. In this position he supervised the photography assignments and insured their completion. Because of his co- operation, Bill has proved to be a definite asset to the Saga staff. " The Dynamic Duo " Frank Kirby, who coached the Nor- mandy High Basketball squad for the past six years, retired from the coaching ranks to become an assistant principal at Normandy. Kirby compiled a 211-68 record as a coach, including 31 straight his first year in comp- etition. Only one year did he experience a losing record. While heading the Vikes, Kirby guided the team to a 2nd place finish in the Suburban Big Ten Conference three times. 63' was his brightest year at Normandy, advancing to the quarterfinals of state and fin- ishing with a 27-3 season. 1 John Maste rs on .E if Frank Kirby It's all yours now, John W'-W., fu QW 5' yf ,e W!! 40 JM 'fy 2 wifi? If ,, ffl., . 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A 0 W .-f A Q ,W-Xsvgwmui f 2. ,gf QSWWYMM 4 WM' PX Wrapped up 1n your work. Y EA R B O O K After last year's traditional theme, Saga decided it was time for a change and thus produced the modern setting for this year's book. Although this was Saga's second year for color, the staff tried to add Variety with the use of time lapse photography. The theme of the Home- coming Dance was the Gol- den Nugget Saloon. The at- mosphere was enhanced with western saddles, guns, and an old time bar. A change which will affect next year's Saga, was the termination of Mr. Wm. Sanders' service, as ad- visor for six years. The year was brought to a climax with the presentation of May Fete and the introduction of the 1966 Saga Court. COURIER Qffficersz Pruitt, lf'utton, Oswald, Flow 1: Scxndmeier, Sniith, Yfetz, Piurrnon, Heinemann, Smith, If., Few Q i't'1nle','. Finkelstein, fllodish, Hart, Gmrnalus, ffollettj Pow Fl: Eldss, Stornu, Hawley, Myeffi, Bretton, Poyn 'rosecloseg Few 4: Lonqon, Earlier, E'eEoc1rd, Kndrr, filvernion, Simpson, Green, Fdwlinqs. Featured in this year's editions of the campus newspaper were bold statements of an editorial nature criticizing many facets of school life. Reports such as this served to increase student interest in theCOURIER. Paste-up weekends seemed to be worthwhile when the paper came outthe following week to the students' satisfaction. Doug Sutton was a chief in the true sense of the word, as was Bill Pruit a manager in the same sense. NEWS IN A NUTSHELL 5' Instant Courier 126 - Q-avi S'NO CLASS TODAY STUDENT CCUNCIL H O U S E Flow l: llupp, Wild, ifassebaum, Littlefield, Walrath, Goldstein, Smithg Row 2: Boles, Conroy, Hall, Arms, Tapy, Ilishi, Sansone, Valenti, Girard, Schroll, Corrigan, Hooker, Row 3: Wright, Polzin, Brunk, Sadlo, Myers, Fletcher, Wliirien, tluhl, Henson, D1S'3lf1i1'1"l9F1 Row 4: Prantenida, Trost, Wells, Pfammermeyer, Delaney, Rabadeux, Pruett, Fa- vgffg, Hqippe, Eluttnerp Row 5: tiasheider, Ashcratt, illeypas, Schaefer, liuhlman, Coi-ry, McCarter, Higgins, Eqqen- tierq, Itellinq, Pemberton. SENATE Student Council, in keep- ing with its traditional theme of promoting worthy citizenship and bring about student legislation bringing about student legisla- tion, has incorporated new and important changes at Normandy this year. A few of the new ideas cre- ated by the Student Council are "the Citizenship Contest," the flag raising ceremonies, and the Clayton-Normandy exchange of students. 'tThe Leadership Work- shop," says Mr. Battiste, spon- sor of Student Council,"was con- sidered a greater success this year than any previous." On the social scene, the KXOK-Faculty game, the Welcome Dance, and the Senior Farewell Dance were all sponsored by Student Council. 128 - How 1: Sarantakis, tial-zer, Bratton, Lee, Nuaent, Smith, I-Zim, Schenkel Hutt:-rgtiow fi: Myers, Goeclel-ze, Papendick, Dillow, Rands, Holes, Smith Handy, Curtis, De-nninat on, De-nness, Wright, Simpson, How 3: Iverson Thompson, Sutton, Carry, McCarthy, Hahn, Row 4: Adams, Steinmeier l'OY1dC1W, O'Meara . That's a fair exchange. SER VICE WORKERS The service workers, spon- sored by the P.T.A. and the Service committee of Student Council, work for the betterment of Normandy. Under chairman Carol Diliow and advisor Wm. Battiste. At a May assembly pins are awarded to the ten outstanding service workers. Where have all the poppies gone? Y' S Qfficersf Othmuri-Secretory, Walvvrcith-President, Bohlmun-Vice-President, Klecrmon- Treasurer, Row 1: Wild, Bohlrnon, Meyers, Peters, Row 2: Klcltt, Krewiriqhous, Liqon, Leigh, Lewis: How 3: Koll-zhorst, Denness, I-fcisscrbcrum, Creek, Mcixfield. 5 o x Q o Und.er the direction of the new dance instructor Mrs. Diane Smith, the girls of Junior and Senior Orchesis have been exposed to a new aspect of mod- ern dance. Instead of merely performing, the girls now choreograph the movements in their dances. Major performances of the groups this year were in Tin Types, "Bye, Bye , Birdie,', and May Fete. In addition , the Senior orchesis was invited to per- form for a luncheon at the Missouri Athletic Club. Cfficers-Kcifnmermeyer, Wooten, Bunch, Travis, Row l: Ashcroft, Spilker, Littlefield, Mor McElheny, Dcrrrclqh, Schlecel, Williams, Row 2: Heslep, Rullkoetter, Ivlikulin, Brucker Midkiff, Wetzel, Pierre: Row 3: Wright, Scollo, Teske, Cook, Jud, Huqqer. X TH ESPIANS Each month Normandyts Thespians Troop 837 meets to discuss drama, and en- courage interest in the theater. A prerequisite for Thespian membership is ten points, earned for var- ious types of work on the Thespian productions. As in year's Past, Thes- pians again presented Nor- mandy with two successful plays, "If a Man Answers" and 4'Pygmalion." Row 1:Gre-atlfiouse, Row 2:Wriq1'1t, Thield Copeland, Row 3:Petrov, Wooten, Row 4 Redden, Hall, G1adis1'1,Caste-Ili, Kearns Row Szpanhorst, Pollock, Mitra, Ramsey, Stamer, Keppler. U, The Art Society, headed by Mr. Newman, gives its ser- vices to the school whenever their artistic talents are needed. Annually, Art Society presents one of Normandy's two formal dances, Beaux Arts Ball. The queen, chosen ac- cording to the masks each girl designed, was crowned in a "Showboat' atmosphere. To be eligible for member- ship, in Art Society, each person is required to take tests over a period of three days. They are then judged according to their skill in portrait drawing and clay modeling. ART Officers-Smith, I-Ieiniche, Schmeliq, Jennings, Schmelz, Soysterg How 1: Jenninq, Urani,5Altkeimer, Smith, Olive: Flow 2: Anderson, Stevens, Dunham, Valenti, Fincher, Weber, Castellip Row 3: Mewes, Goodson, -131- Huckaba, Schaffner, Anderson, I-lost, Row 4: Stanton, Vezseman, Ftowold, Nellinq, Griffard, Amoto, Roth. SOCIETY P H I L O S O P H Y fllticfers-lnnn 'Y -- PROBING UNKNOWN HORIZONS fs 1 V. . -X. N V V. Y .i qs, . ti, P, l. Lopeifzrid, l-,issinqe-r, uroseclose, bcinsone, hast, We-hire, 'Jrdnig How Q: Fifioratin, Schrne- liq, nelson, Von-rt, :irony vw-vvf mandy, Peters, Pursley, Wosmdnsl-zy, Silverman Green, Leaver. ASTRONOMY Astronomy Club is a new addition to Norman- dy's extra-cirricular ac- tivities this year. Mr. Bates started the club for students who showed interest in science and astronomy, and a desire to know more about them. Meeting every other Wed- nesday, the twelve mem- bers study astronomy and the space program. An informative trip to the Planetarium and two star parties highlighted the club's activities. -132- Unlike other clubs, the members of the Philosophy Club do not try to agree about questions before them, but rather argue about various interpretations. These so-called "disagreements" take place every other Monday in the home of one of the members. The meetings provide the thinkers an opportunity to hear the ideas of others and express their own thoughts. Heated dis- cussions often take place, usually stimulated by Mr. Felipe Lapuente, the club's sponsor. Seldom does ameeting go by without some utterance of agreement or disagreement by each of the 25 members. 4, CY "NOTE"WCRTHY MUSICANS SYMPHONIC BAND During the seventh hour every Monday, Wednesday, and alternate Fridays. the Symphonic Band rehearses. With the purpose of per- forming music of sympho- nic quality, Mr. Duncan, the conductor, arranged concerts. For their annual band trip, the musicians chose to go to Central Col- lege in Fayette, Missouri. CRCHESTRA This year the Symphonic Urch- estra welcomed a new director, Mr. Boedges. The orchestra is divided into a string group for the advanced musicians, and a training group. These groups meet on alternate days sixth hour and both groups combine for rehearsal one night a week. The orchestra has played in various school assemblies and, the annual Christmas Vesper Service. Other performances were given at Mc- Kinley and Lincoln. K Lx 4 . l if , xl, I VP! 4' ' QR V7 f I 4 - KM Wim, , 1, ,WWA j 1 A ' A '?'f'f?3.1"i'5""""" RED AND GREEN INVADES BIG RED VS. BROWNS I ! x Z Www 4.4 lain 237 :fi 3 w I f 1 A U V X nz mi ev 3 my . sw f rg' Us Q .Di +54 V " . - -,flfgy-., I. ' ' "j J -'uf - ',", --- -M, J, - I. M., t . 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After much practice the Choralettes perfor- med for such functions as the Christmas Vesper Service, the school assemblies, and music association. One of the more spectacular events of the year was the group's participation in caroling at a Cardinal football game. N 0 N E T ROW 12 Othmon, Row 2: Monaco, Midkiffg Row 3: Pfieffer, W qht R Leigh, M eye-rs: Row 5:McA11ister, Moxfie-ld, D' hl P horst T k 136 ,. law., 1 W 1, Jrnnln, fion- RHYTHMAIRES l v T iin,1 r Vrml' IS- ,ivi . -lI'1"C!--, U ,Q 'I VA 1 ti, ,. issinder, 2 'JK,i','l"1, H uro- f u. ,pit f . . , lurid, We-bb, imholz, Kill-ier, 'wil LI incl oth, .t, v .ri.sen, niws, .pie-imri 1 r A-CAPELLA One of Normandy's newer clubs is the A-Capella Ch-Oil' undcff time direction ot Mrs. Whitehead. Since the club is an alternate with gym , the members are able to achieve high stanflards because of frequent practice. Each member has to meet the vocal standards .set bv the director and show willing- ing to improve in voice quality. Gfficers- Webb, Lacey, Sanders: Row l: Spitzfaden, Johannes, Gassaway Stevenson, Faust, lmholzy Row Lee Granini, Fioth, Elliott, Silouj How 7: Turner, Mahoney, Lombardo, Morgan, Portell, Mc Adam: Row 4: Ftovvold, Finl-cel, Schulte, Green, Kilker, Glenn. In another successful year as director of Boy's Cho- rus, Mr. Arthur Kennett continued to make innova- tions and improvements in this outstanding Normandy musical organization. Re- hersals of the thirty-five boys in the chorus were held every Thursday and Friday mornings in the band room at 7:15 a.m. The results were gratify- ing as is evidenced by the favorable results of the performances by the cho- rus at Christmas Vespers, Mother's Club, student as- semblies, and a Spring Mu- sic Festival at Washington University. NCRSEMEN i BOYS' CHCRUS -137- Yes, this was a SAGA photographer. Don't I know you from somewhere? "To the BATPOLE! " 1 swf X Me, ma, my, ma, mo, moo IN fr -1 It's not WHAT you know, it's WHO you know. Now once again, "The ram 1n Spam And so the farmer said to the traveling salesman ..... x You take a hundred pounds of clay and. . QAM. u U5 'dd gb 5 u 532 o me aa 5 T F' 4 if f 1 f ' f -as I L5 I 139 JUDO CLUB 'Aff . Y, , , W ,. W . if K- . . . K., ., fi1i:er3.-Qtemizel, :'efu'Jrci1ni?, 'urfif i eclig :wow l' Mfldiilen, mlladirl, lxemp, Mclfiflniel, 1 isclier, boiler, oyleg View fi: Hull, fldrlie, i v r 'f'irnmons, Hauer, lillich, View 3: Finkel, E-effcl, Fulilund, Huvilcmd, riiforii, lTtew'1ri, Kim. The Judo Club is a newly formed group of male students dedicated to the mastery of that ancient Qriental art of self-defense. This club, sponsored by Mr. Sarris, requires no previous knowledge of Judo. lt's purpose is to learn the fundamental skills and use them to advance in rank. The first part of the year was spent in organizing those who showed an interest in judo. These boys then applied for membership in the Central Plains Association which controls and governs judo clubs in the midwest. 4.4 STUDICN1' PHOTOGRAPHERS: Ken Morgan, Luther Oliver, Brian Finkel, Mike Pursley, Bill Flynn MINDS CREATE MASTERPIECES CREATIVE WRITERS CTT? 17 if Officers-Smith, Bandy, Faust, Pruitt, 'How l:Gebl'iardt, Kast, Valenti, Hess, Pow 2: Blass, Wild, Leaver, Green, Peters, Schenl-cel. The Creative Writer's Club is an organ- ization for juniors and seniors who show interest and ability in Writing. At meetings once a month, the members bring their poems, essays and short stories to be read and criticized. The clubis sponsored by Mr. Don Warman, a former profes- sional writer turned teacher. QUILL a sCRoLL Quill and Scroll Was organized for the purpose of giving recognition to students who excel in the literary fields. To be considered for Quill and Scroll is a high honor because of its strict membership requirements. To qualify, a student must be in the upper third of his class, have the reccom- mendation of his instructor and com- plete a required amount of workin Journalism, Courier, publications, or SAGA. The yearts events are rounded out by the annual banquet and instal- lation. Cfficers-Wild, Rands, Payne, Hnarrg Row l:Hall, Hess, Wilson, Flaws, Gray, lia- ker, Dillovv, Ward, F-low flzl?-alzer, Weqman, I-Penne-ss, liuslirnan, Hlait, ilansonv, Row Fzlirewinqbaus, Goedeke, Sutton, Pruitt, Pundlej New Al:t4Kandy, Pied-art, la Rico, Alcol-te, Green. FRENCH CLUB JUNIOR CLASSICAL LEAGUE - 142 - v 4 8 Q. Officers-Wrouqhton, Jacks, Raymond, Wayerj Row 1: Russell, Antal, Atkinson, Fincher, Stevens, Ward, Handuytg Row 2: Littlefield, Jennings, Smith, Robertson, Schoeneberq, Kissinger, Baylissg Ftcvv 3:ESaker, Ramsey, Swank, Wriqht, Nolan, Dutcher, Guerrante: Row 3: Bamvakais, E-rauss, Wise, Schulte, Hendricks, Broz, McLaughlin. CLUBS STUDY FCREIGN FORKLORE Officers-Puetz, Gianini, Kassebaum, Barnes, Mahoney, Greathousej Row 1: Pinqel, Mc Cormick, Roepke, McFarland, Goyy Row 2: Kuhl, Hallvax, Nolan, Solfe, I-Iallvaxp Row 3: Clarke, Stenqel, Boercker, Gassaway, Schaper, St. John. en- -L ...f ll.,- ...qw . I Nr -it? I N' ,2 73" -if A' v .ix ., M ' :A I I 1... . cg, W, Officers-Roth, Mason, Weqmon, Spitzfodenp Row 1: Wood, Weinholcl, Hungerford, Nesslein, Spitzfodeng Row 2: Don- ninqer, Sheehan, Heinicke, Eqqenberq, Lovon, Honosokij Pow 3: Story, Forrester, Honiko, Stokes, Crecelius, Imholz Flow 4: Hatcher, Versemon, Rowold, Kontominos, Piqoqo, I-Iopson. In this Twentieth Century society, are the ideas and works of such men as Ovid, Virgil, Homer, and Cicero still respected? A demon- strative yes is the answer of the newly reorganized Junior Classical League. This national club is dedicated to encouraging the interest of the great Greek and Roman Classics to high school students. In order to be a member of the League, a student must be enrolled in a Latin course, or have taken all the Latin offered in the school. Reorganized this year, after years of dormancy, the Junior Classical League boasts twenty-six members, led by Mrs. E. Hoerr, the advanced Latin teacher. Major events of the year were a fall picnic, a Christmas party, and a field trip to see the movie 'The Agony and the Ecstacy." GERMAN CLUB The celebration of Fach- sing is the main event of German Club's activities. Miss Joseph's, the sponsor, and the thirty members met once a month for enjoy- ment and for the purpose of learning more about the German people and their culture. The French Club enjoyed double sponsors this year in the persons of Miss Jackie Fisher and Miss Mary Beth English. The members were treated to theater parties as well as the traditional French cel- ebrations. JH ,Maw ,f"3M.jM,WgmM W What's long and yellow and can't stand up by itself? Which side has fewer? BAN the Barn--BOMB the Comets -144- ITALY COMES TO NCRMANDY With the addition of foreign exchange student Checco Favotto to Normandy's campus, the Foreign Student Club has once again succeeded in promoting a better understanding between Under the direction of their sponser, Mr. Jon El16fS0T1, F.E.C. planned and presented the annual production of t'Tintypes.' With this one event, the club increased their treasury by more than 28600, enabling them to bring another student to Normandy next year. Officers: Hoffmeister, Mitra, Montgomery: Row 1: Grun er, Finkelstein, Visclier, Kino, Mcforthy mitli Pow 2 Clouser, Aiello, Kuhl, Montgomery, Wells, Elossp Row 33 Holes, Wright, Adams, Qlorl-1, Wright Xn'l r on ROW 4: Nelson, Hackett, Curlett, Kearns, Gionini, Bootriqht, Sweeney. HAVE YOU GOT SCHOOL PIRIT ' WEll YES!!! PEP CLUB School spirit rose to new heights this year due to the hard and constant work of the three hundred Pep Club members. The club provided transportation to the away games, organized pep rallies, and prompted the wearing of school colors. The club meetings, held every Wed- nesday, showed a considerable increase in attendance over previous years. Coaches often served as guest speakers to help the members have a better understanding of game procedures. - 146- al I el Voaler Murray, Buechler, Officers: Meinecke, Mclltdam, Gail, Kuhlmanj How l: Meckfessel, Dalton, , 1 Boerner, Barron, Boles, Leone, Clark, Gray, Vitale, Jones, Bow 2: Hartke, Sweeney, Hoppe, Helly, Newman, Neiman, Gross, Newman,, Van Mill, Schmelz, Wachter, Theodorow, Bohlman, Smith, Bow 3: Hughes, Doyle, Boyle, Green, Alcoke, Biggs, Nelling, Coines, Muclrovic, Davis, Tebbe, ffumbehl, O'Sullivan, Buck, Smith, T., Bow 4: Thieme, IVGFSOUI Carry, Hamilton, Cole, Clark, Bibb, Vaughn, Thompson, Brandt, Huagens, Cowee, Gerst, Pagano. Letterwinners of the 1966 season end- eavored to further sports at Normandy in several different ways. Vikingettes again sold candy to raise money for the scoreboard fund and they participated in a "Powderpuff,' football game. The boys contributed by Working at the Normandy Christmas tournament. Both groups are in charge of the annual Vikingettes Dance. Officers: Goedeke, Kissel, Hands, Huberp How l: King, Thomas, Starkey,MgE1heny, Schranz, Watson, Spilker, Holdner, Strong, Bow 2: Scobey, Smith, Hooker, Baker, Harris, Bodebush, Pierre, Stewart, Kelleher, Bow 3: Largente, Saganis, Husband, Bushmqnltvlyers, Buckner, Eggenberg, Hess, Buckles, ' Peters, Kammermeyer, Blattner, Biegert, Schorr, Maxfield, O'Leary Row 4: Trost, O'Leary, Simpson, SENIOR HONOR SOCIETY 2 fi, ' Officers: Hiatt, Lamlcen, Sutton, Lacy, Row 1: Urani, Nobs, Mason, Monaco, Othmanp Row 2: Kis- sel, Murphy, Stewart, Sansone, Gray, A., Gray, S., Fxow 3: Price, Huber, I-Qrewinqhaus, We-qman, Handy, Denness, Wild: Ficw 4: Montgomery, Neiman, Edwards, Vaughn, Alexander, Cook, Johannes Wearing the golden torch of the Honor Society is an honor coveted by a select group of Normandy students. Chosen not oniy for their scholastic excellence, but also for citi- zenship, leadership, and classroom cooperation, the mem- bers are inducted in an impressive candlelight ceremony. JUNIOR HONOR SOCIETY s 7 I Lappin's off the wagon again? You can't have your cake and eat it, too. ,, , , 'ik , spied' f , .,... W. . 1 'ff V' H Nu Q. 5' ' sfim. "' W Zgyifx f .XR , . . , 1, ' 1 lf ,. - I al 5E'Y'XN ii, ' 1 xl Y I 5 b V523 f' 5 ' ,f w , 1 1 if f - 75510, Q,gR'i5Tf A ,JJ 6 C' V A 4.3 ii 4 5 ,Msg , im Lu f' """"""""' if Ill l ll! alll 1 uw llll S l l I .,,,,,,,,,,,, -nasmaquvdi - 4mmw4ww 1 Q-, , K ,Z ,... H V Il .4., ., , ,5 'J' .. - -v -. aj. , wi, n bv l .My 41 Will success spoil the B. P. C. ? Boppin' at the Barn BIBLE CLUB Each Wednesday morning the Bible Club meets to help enrich the spiritual lives of the stu- dents of Normandy High School. The meetings include skits, films, songs, and guest speakers. Christmas carols were performed by the Nonets as an accent to the Christmas meeting. C B Ct s Vs xi Y, Officers-Murphy, Edstrohrn, Wisdom, Row l: Blumenfeld, Coppedqe, Mason, Allen, l-foewinq Wel One of the more sedate acti- vities of Normandy, that re- quires brainpower rather than physical exertion, is the Chess club. These apawnmen' enjoy challenging their opponents in a battle of strategy and con- centration. The thirty mem- bers strive to improve their skills and techniques. Some of the outstanding acheive- ments were a chess tourna- ment and the purchase of new chess sets. Marlery Row 2 Kuhnert, Brockmeier, Ruff, Davisson, Walther, Cook, Neiman. Mathematics is the key to the Universe. With this idea in mind, a group of students, under the direc- tion of Mr. J. Lavelle, meet every other Monday to discuss theories and subjects related to math. Math Club members may join Mu Alpha Theta, a club affiliated with the National Association of Mathematics. Officers-Brockmeir, Cook, Bandy Murphy, Walther, Ruff, Roberts, Ro W qt Liqon, Swank, Hess . MATH CLUB 62 W st M ., WAX 1. . , . Z2 s , w , f v if JV? if ..,!?7 gg Qi M t, gf' S B. as Z lg V 'M f .:t: ,":Qs::'2 l f' RETURNED: One wagon Wheel to rightful owner. .-J X Reverend Sanders speaks at Bible Club. Faces reflect inner tensions yearning for relea , al has gzS'Twpmfaf an 'RAW 'rw Things go better with coke! F. T. C.O.E.'s first annual installation banquet was held in cooperation with D.E.at Ramada Inn this year. The 72 members emphasize co- ordination of academic and occupational achieve- ment through formal classes and working in their respective occupations. Mr. Nichols, C.O.E. sponsor, and Mr. Stanley D.E. sponsor organized the Employer-Employee Banquet, one of the major C.O.E. social events of the year. This year D.E. has a new merchandising lab to display their products and advertising methods. The culmination of C.O.E.'s efforts is the State Convention held in Columbia during the Spring. Select members for participation in the national commercial arts contests. Officers-I-leineke, Gorth, Ward, Slaughter: Row 1: McKay, Thoele, Foy, Antal, Doyle, Cruise, Atterson, Stephens, Flow 2: Stevens, Antz, Altheimer, Carron, Hoffstetter, An- derson, Masiere, Pierre, Weyrauchf Row 3: Zack, Shuman, Landoyt, Bamvakais, Goodson, Vordtriede, Foy, Wells Row 4: Brauss, Schoemnan, Azzanni, Mahoney, Arana, Gi anini, Weber, l-leinicke, Kossman. Officers-Quinlin, Fetch, Krntztraqer, Rackley, McClure: Row l:Weihe, Jarvis, Perera, Bankston, Scirno, Polston, Garofaro, RQW 21 Wetty, Pavers, Gossett, Sears, Davenport, Carroll, Saqanis, Burton: Flow 3: Favazza, Lovelace, Bankston, IVIcClowsky, Eufinqer, Frosch, Stokes, Row 4: Brandt, lnqrarn, Sillrnan, Wilson, Pace, Payne, Charlooneau. C. 0. E. I On the first and third Wed- nesday of each month, the members of Future Medical Careers meet. Their sponsor is Mrs. Hueslskamp, the school nurse. The meetings this year have been character- ized by guest speakers each from the different fields of medicine. One speaker spoke on physical therapy. The pur- pose of F.M. C. is to stimulate the students interest in the medical profession. F.M.C. Officers-Kutcher, Gunther, Lennon, Murphy, Murphy, Gebhardtf Row 1: Spaidle, Cope land, Antal, Gross, Shranz, Frillman, Fiodenberq, Hardy: Row 2: Cummings, Kellar Jones, Burke, Kempj Flow 3: Swank, Bayer, Fiedden, Buttery, Feast, Grote, Barron Finke, Meyer. THE CAREERS 0F TOMORRCJW Q'-Z? KW 'T-1-f Dffiftffrfy-l.f-itllf-, Hall, Pfnost, Hoiiertsj How l: Tipton, Wilkerson, FGU, MUU9, WQU-'I 52,171 fi: lmflq-V "l0Qt1irjg11, fipalfiina, larjolw, lytrgntle-y, flopelandg Row 3: Frazer, Rohn, Murphy, ijifgftli-r, Travifzg How izli-eniila, Firinker, Williams, Ph-Jmliierlain, Vasel, Mcllee -154- F.S.A. F. S. A., sponsored by Miss Beck, is an organi- zation for girls who plan to go into secretarial work after high school. The usual agenda for F. S. A.'s gi- agenda for F. S. AJS bi- monthly meetings includes guest speakers and group discussions. Some of the club's important activities included a field trip to Florissant Valley Junior College, an induction cere- mony, and a contest for Miss Future Secretary. .fd Applause will get you nowhere. Nosy little thing, isn't she? A group of spirit- rninded boys band to- gether to provide a mu- sical fanfare at basketball games. The boys dress in white shirts, red vests, and weird hats and ties to enliven their per- formance. BASKETBALL BAND R g x nfs. : ..,.. . .. I ,Ei ,,.,.:.. ,Y , What's up, Doo ? - 155 Q A . ' i .V -64 JP Q E. Coutch, J. Currcm, S. Horner, S. Denninqton, P. Sullivan, P- SUl'CU'1fGkiS, S. Malcolm, G. Boker, B. Quigley, L. Harris, J. Leone, K. Smith, D. Killcer, B. Buckles, P- Sondison, R. Brunk, G. Gerst, J. Curtis, 5. Dillow, S. Schorr, J. Pemberton, D. Curron. In A, -5 pq X- . EQ Homecoming Queen and Escort The 1965 Homecoming fes- tivities were highlighted with the crowning of Kim Smith as homecoming queen during the half-time ceremonies ofthe football game. Normandy's vic- torious upset over McCluer added to the phenomenal week- end. C.O.E. deservedly merited the first place award for their stage coach float depicting a western theme. Activities were drawn to a close with a Saga sponsored dance. The dance centered around awestern motif which included a melodrama presented by the Publications class. HCM ECOMING 1965 YW! Senior Maids Winning Float 'Q ni! 1 SAGA Float At the dance an Diek Kilker Barb Buckles Gwen Baker Steve Malcolm Bob Quigley Joe Leone and Kim Smith Phi' Safldisfm Linda Harris Rofmee Brunk B 9 K4 Class Representatives , rf . K ,, . . X as 4 s vi 'Q,,g,' K1 . :Mg , A." ' 1 Q, .wx u' .af K' ' 2 1 . .. ,Rf ,I W Vg. Q, ..p'ff.M a ' X 4' Wray? 1 .ay f Q nl V K, 0 f a Au 1-41, .1 R 1' FV' Rough reception for a Homecoming The rewards of an escort , ,Q . . ml wwf. ,A If rl I V, Q V ,zu tk ,x 4 a I W, f 1 rf :si 71 1 A, , .X , if f F. .Viv -,L .ef 549 f x 1 Q el rf ff, ' W iff. Il' :M 'HM' mf? ,f""'k ' ,... A - f.w.45w , Qs ', 1- Q 'iff '19 " hw .T Qi . 5 K"":71-W' 1, "f.v:3'e, . V fa vx, if 3, ' Z - 2 af. ' mm. 1451 4 ' 'Sf K ,Ee 3 1 ay 52 W .Q ,,,. F Rose Alvarez Diane Diehl Kim Mao Aphee Jewel Othman lg , , alll' Conrad Birdie Dale Sanders Rose Alvarez Ronnee Brunk Albert Peterson Doug Green I MI' S , Pe tel' S011 Bonnie Pollock - 161 L. And I've seen love. Will the real Rose please step forward. A "potted" moose Meanwhile backstage A hilarious comedy satirizing today's teenagers, "Bye Bye Birdie' was this yearis successful prod- uction by the Music department. The play is center- ed around adolescent adoration Xfor a teenage idol. Conrad Birdie, the teenage idol, is drafted by the army. Seeing the Opportunity of making a glamorous publi- city stunt of Birdie's draft call, his manager sends him to Sweetapple, Ohio to give a lucky teenage girl a abye bye' kiss. Take it from the top---for the fifteenth time ff'-Wd. The pride and the progeny Now I know why they call W i this an ash can. 3 Normandy's answer to Cassius Clay Really Ollie, don't you think we've rehearsed enough? W Honest Mr. Potter, it's only diluted tea. Okay, Al Baby, who do you want, me or your ole lady? SNOW KING and QUEEN Paul Goodman 81 Karla Copeland HOME COMING QUEEN Kim Smith BEAUX ARTS QUEEN Diana Benson Pat Weber G Bm Couch Denise Curran G Dick Pointer Deb Blattner G Ted Iverson Sue Schorr G Steve Horner Janet Curtis G Joe Piantanida Pat Sarantakis G Bill Ashcraft Gary Bibb Mike Nugent Gwen Baker Barb Russell SENIOR Kim Smith 1 COURT Duane Vaughan Pat Bratton Barb Buckles 4' Gary Goodson 1 x' K, If A . L . if George Johannes ww H, . "'s aff 1' , , ff f 'w ,. f .1 U ar . , Q A sf - W M , ,. f Y-'1-,Q ' "1 H f ' r '95 'W1ff"f' , 'ww' x ' ki , 4 K. qi! I W , xg fff,"0' I 1 z f- . , , , L ,, I1 K , f V , f Q , W X f 5 k Nw? 0 W M4 Z X Wim W ' wkw ' X If I f ' 7 My 1 ff if X77 . 1 5 W -Z gi, ' , if 163 -+ , Ni 1 U1 U nf 42 23 A 2- , 0 an t ' f .Nl . 441 Q f Q1 1 ' ,, b , s QYAV 'Z K x IR -,az , i Tbx 1-A5 N 4, SS X X r 'Ms Q 4 5. x X X si U ff :mai , il 4 , 3 .1 x i . , Sw?3W V .Giga ueen Rorinee. Brunk - 169 T rn r:,l:r:r:, -170- A .,-mm www Pre sident: Vice- Pre sident Denny Knott Pat Sarantakie CLASS , A 'Q X X Secretary: Treasurer: Mike McCarthy Bill Ashcraft 67 MISS JACKSON'S H.R. Flow 1: Story, Chier, Boyd: Row 2: l-Ioldner, Hart, Bischdorf, Shelby, Marshall, Beckmann, Smith: Flow 3: Lamb, Travis, Nolan, Corrigan, Hancock, Skelton, Anderson: Flow 4: Morris, Burke, Kohl, Puruiance, Leigh, Anderson, Jacobs, Milfattap Flow 5: Roberts, Pemberton, Melchior, Weinhold, Yount, Gaffney, Gravier. M R I B Q W E R S Ho R O iK'v'f'J, 2:5-f.6ff' ,V S Amir, , A, as Flow l: Clark, Mathews, Jones, Williamson, Miller, Atkinson, Duncan: Row 2: Phinney, Stevens, Baker, Rohn, O'Leary, Hanky Row 3: Crecelius, Tapy, Murphy, Hart, Soelner, Turner, Linsin, Billaj Row 4: Crider, Berardino, Horn, Suhlueter, Krewet, Brockmeier, Silliman, Gelven. 'nr MRS. DUNBAR'S H.R. Alf I Ftow 1: Ft. Frank, J. Stevens, G. Brockmeier, C. Collett, PC. Barnett, R. Altheimer, S, Stan1ey1Row 2: J. Winterbottom Popp, M. Sittner, K. Huskey, S. Papendick, M. Lawless, J. Monterosso, B. Elolesg Row 3 C. DeE4oard, D. Mcliachern, C. Carter, T. Thompson, R. Sachse, Ernnett, M. Watkins, C. Nemanickg Row 4: M. Glueck, 1. Seqraves, M. Ho1ey,S, Hendricks, IW. Maclienzie, C. Galiaqher, A. Parisi, M. Re-nda, B. Buckmaster. MRS. HOERR'S H.R. 1 . 1' How lziiinqf-n, Alterson, MCCarro11, Novaky Row Creek, Arms, O'Daniel, White, Vehl, Kossman, Swank, Liqong Pow q: Abbott, Mufirovic, Griffard, Cassaway, Harris, Johnson, Flancy, Massey: Flow 4:Schi11y, IlOI!l""Y"Y, Uhinallf How S: McC'orrnar:k, Iieffap How 6: Robinson. MISS JENNINGS' H.R. Bow l:Starkey, Frazer, Lawson, Skinner, Parl-:ery Row 2: Kina, Alton, Wirtz, Nesselein, Moore, Glenn, Bow 3: Buckner, Thomson, Bepp, McGibbons, Esselborn, Hiqainsj Bow 4: Byrd, Bollinqer, Sadlo, Goode Casteel, Defrancescog Bow 5: Comer, Hall, Martin, Watts, Portell, Barnes, MRS. LACEY'S H.R. 53' Q 2 E ,,, Qi -in X' I . e.. Mniiw va' ' ' Bow 1: Kirby, Goodson, Bichardson, Parrino, Castellij Bow 2: Governick, Wayer, Slaughter, Bunch, Prebianca, Connelly Bow 3: McKee, Imhoff, I-Iallvax, Esselborn, Saqanis, Tiefenbrunnp Bow 4: Schmidt, Meyerrichs, Bommarito, Maloney, Newman, Campbell, Curtis, Bow 5: Moore, Stedman, Seymour, Stenqel, Amato. MISS NOCE'S H.R. . Bow I: Brown, Cuddy, Spalding, Schmelz, Grote, Simmons, Fescher, Howe, Littlefield: Bow 2: Haustein, Bacon, Simpson, Vasel, Miller, Smith, Campbell, Burleson, Clark, Bow 3: Ebrecht, Maynard, Piatkiewicz, Kaemmerlen, Bethmann, Zacheis, Murray, Boss, Oliver. ' i ,, , . , . : - " " ""' S -'ff Pg . A., I' nf, V x , ,K V Y ' wx VA hunk- .r.,,...:m. 1, , , . :., ,,.- 5 I Boys should be listed under B I ,,,,.,,,,s 'anne'-SP S, 2 This calls for a cheat sheet. MR. KNELANGE'S H.R Z", af ii. E '? ,f f Ffa -1 Mg:- Row l:Wetz, Marshall, Dolde, Jansen, Iviewes, Smith, Flow 2:Sc1mntukis, Jewell, Faulkner, Cottin, Nusloch, Andrews: Row 3: Zack, Shepard, Puscxteri, Thompson, Gcrluin, Childers, Morrison, Row 4: Lcxppin, Burton, Peplinski, I-luizinqcr, Hollis, Leutzinqer, Robertson, Green, Koinesj MISS MAlNlERl'S H.R. ' ' , m 2 ',... Y, 1,,J, , ,fx :X YNY I 1 ,, .V , , L iw, laik, it . V xy w 5 QT V ' ' MX, his J -5 N xy Mfr . ' V V fl Ml V ,. 1.1.4. .A YV 1 , ' 5- V' i f W" How l: Firuce, Mattingly, Autz, Lowery, Bareis, Scobeyj Row 2: Gleason, Heinicl-ce, Pointer, Mitchell, Cole, Alexander, Elliott, Row 3: Hutcliens, Starner, Van Giesen, Boercker, lfssary, Harrell, Walter, Haill, Forrester: Fxow 4: Owensby, Keloy, MCCleary, Bond, Row 5: Laudicina, Huhland, Nellinq. MRS. RlCE'S H.R. Y. LVJT va' 0-Q ff' A """'F , l 3xL"f How l: Thiel: Row 2: Lacey, Miller: Row 3: F-fdaerton, Waker, Capone: How 4: Kampschroeder, Roth, Clouser, llllflfffflf Flow 5: llulwbaril, i'?rnitl'i, Rc-jen, lwischer, Creor, llrowny Row 6: Visse, Guerra, Myers, Burns, O'Sullivan lfircklif-ailg How 7: Lark, ilnow, Simmons, Williams, Pierre, Haviland, Curtis. I 4 And then there was one MISS KELLMAN'S H.R. 1, , ,Qt 'z ssh 'ar M fu naar? xxx! Atqg .,," i . Ju 1 Z xg 'X ' QF I , ,.,, -2. , ,f 'kr r , ,r 1 y fa-'A Q. QI? af Q 1 g-I 41" liv- Row l: Clark, Wiqqins, Oleksa: Row 2: Bergmann, Grizzle, Fischer, Kutscherg Row 3: Jud, Murphy, Tyler, Rosell, Solberg: Row 4: Lipe, Schmeliq, Daleo, Brazzle, Ayarsj Row 5: Rawlings, Silver, Piantanida, Rode, Hartman, Slaughter, Crow: 4ow 6: Mesenhrink, Maxfield, Ce-rst, Cadwell, Ffhersohl, Howard, Brass , Teeter. MR. RlGDON'S H.R. . 33? swim-. 2 .1 , .Q ' . Fiow l: lleinernann, Mcffarthy, Gladish, Carlson, Flemming, Bannister, Weiss, Kelleher, Pisciofta, Aiello, Stafford, Eroylesj Row 2: Elleclqe, Wallace, Landiiyt, Simpson, Owens, Hedel, Wilson, Tliiesj Row 3: Fuliland, LaEiCo, Lovan, llaqebusch, Hughes, Dougherty, Row 4: Dillon, Schultz, Brown, Cole. MISS GOFF'S H.R. , 3 1 n V gr .....-...-,fe.i:4.g '-,:4iq:..4ff,5 f 1 4 - , A4 .v,,,v, I- E , -,rl 1 if ,J 1 I s B 354 Lf' we I :init-i' -4-f f 'P E Ne .v N , . . . Ifmw l:lTrr,itl1, Iaffoli, Marfisolwil, 1lf1IlflYIl9lFxf', Pfoechlinq, V'nrman, "wwe-1-1ri1'i, Ililirnkf-, Vhandler, Townsend, How 2: Sheehan, Hrahn, Murphf-y, liiwlcens, Mr-tzqer, Wriqht, fitoldtg Haw 'iz Farmer, Hiorii-in, Ileaver, Iloel-wer, Wick, Webb, Povvdermg How 4: Mllrlmn, ilvwpiri, Hire, Kim, How 'H:f1rono. MR. GlLBERT'S H.R. 7, V N 'if Z ' an I .QQCL , in M ,Q ,. wi? B44 How 1: Adrian, Clubb, Gililland, Simpson, Overmann, Huqhes, Larnkie, Flatt, HOWQ: Corry, Howold, Sprinkle, Filerman, Senn, Heck, Brown, Spitzfaden, Nardif How 3: Holley, Carey, Haddock, Thies, Keim, Hedel, Losse, Williams, How 4: ,, Bankston, McCarthy, Kriesky. Mom, my finger's stuck in this phone. . We r 1 E. ' 2' J- 'f' ' -fg ,LT Q ', 4 -,-1 V. M , ,W-,. 3 .,i.1,... ,, ,y :V - X, .tm Q , ' J ' "f.i'Qffv' . 1' ,, V, ff'-rg, H fa Y Q, ,gf MB?-ff ix '59 "1 . za Ama. .UW vt wi , ' -1:1 ' A, ' 31 hz ,i Kaz X ' P S nz W i 1 ,iii s I ,f 'F ff' if 5' I I rl-"2 " ' 3? We M'-F ff, zikk-Q ' W 4. E? And what' s the ruling on this hair style ? Heads it's true, tails it's false. MR. KENNETT'S H.R. 'HIY' 5 Y' fi f X, o ii i so E 1 4, 'i I-low 1:f"liqnfi1f-r, Hicks, Vlossom, Derrick, ifttlieridqe, Hammond, Stevens, Tipton: Row YT: Nobs, Conrey, Iloiffzt--ttf-r, Morqon, Knott, Horton, locks, Sondersi Row 3: Webb, Price, Burqdorf, Monker, Schneider, Woods, FAf'Z3i'1il'l'l, Frriithy How -1: Horlond, Vrost, Anderson, Pitonsbury, Stedman, Abney, Lee, Fondow. 182 - MR. WARMAN'S H.R. N yzwuwsfnnslunswws 2,11-W mf , r , 7- ,X .m-.- Iv, f E ,NW Q , Q I. X mu, "" , mwgpl ffm mafgf. ii ' WWW Wffim . fi an v WW 'I " emi x" Q xy '. 'W ,ia-.1 1" , - . 3 X s ,Z :, , 4 fs 1 ' K ' , we Q -W ' :Mg , mv Q 'M . 5 fr N' V me Saas 5 I S -IF., V , if - -, , 'fi 5 an aw f , W ' 'I an ln is r will . ' M , ef 1' 6 , , nf N T 1 X , ' WL' 'L , 53 ,wziglz fq'!,,,' l is , " 4 'K V Q33 J . N W . ff ky f - 4 , 5? , 4 f QQ" X. F. 4 , V15 5 E V 1. if 3 ff V, M ,I V. Q WR. X paw' 1 Aw J M z Al b, 1 N Q - ' ' , 9 .,AA ' W if JA g Flow 1: Raftery, Stueve, Meyer, Beezley, Licata, Marrow, Whittaker: Row 2: Robison, Perry, Brauss, Feast, Holt, Tucker Row 3: Schillinqer, Masiero, O' Brien, Iurweller, Smith, Hobt, Garvey, Buttery, Meyer, Row 4: Komya, Crone, Sherod, Johnson, Hansen Grellner, Ara, Cipponeri, Silver: Flow l: Morie, Hutsel, Palazzolo, Monica: Flow 2: Row 2: Kretch, Lowrey, Hales, Hempsteavg Row 3: Scott, Stamer, Brucker, Benggng Row 4: lflser, Foy, Ramsey, Lawler: Row 5: Bohlman, Warren, Gleitze, Barklaqe: Row 6: Alt, Winter, Nelson, Ryan: Row 7: Thompson. Coleman, Walther, Cornelius, Schulte. Qin.. Wm :dvi N Nady wr? li tzqffw I' ' ally? is ns G! -13 .14 1, ,, MRS. SILVA 'S H.R. An. farm, 1 'll x 4' ' Row l: Shaman, Carron, Murphy, Weiss, Gebhardt, Rodebush, Ramin, Massey, Row 2: Mitra, Phillips, Midl-tiff, CJ'Gorman, Kramer, Clarice, Brinker, Alsdorfg Row 3: l-lorenkamp, Dunbeck, Turner, Smitherman, Lindhorst, Byrd, Cribbsg Pow 4: Feldmeier, Harris, Griffard, Schlotach, Ashcroft, Whitney. Q .,4, M H , ' M 7' -4 , 5 ' if 'f ,. 'wa if 'gym SM 1 4 . ,fr " 1' i ISI 4 Hfxnpfl Q ' ' - Amr.-'sr W M-3, f xl' LQ gm: . hu, N U .H" 5. W M,-,f+,. Ill Q! Ill " its --- , U! u Ill ll V Zi: Q' Ill, m, ff .a...-.,,,. 'pry' .K Av J . 'Q'-:d"Ql ff' N K' Wow 1: Weaver, Nicholson, Parry, Stephens, Connery Plow 2: Fswine, Byinaton, Gore, Greenlee, Patanep Flow 3: fhandlf-r, fllawson, Timpo, Lawton, lloffmang Row 4: Woodruff, Lipincri, F1-igellq, Maloney, Imholz, Vffllaneyg How 5: Wachter, Iilaladin, Kirkpatrick, Moore, Rigas, ROW6: Boni, Hamilton, Finkel, Amos, Pres- ley, fThannon. . Nwweggv Nfl. W , .,..,,vm MR. SHlPHERD'S H.R. vig W la ,. Q o Z y. is i 'fr 5 , f H nu fi E ,ga-M .lf . f. .. -.- m f i :,. , 1 l 'E JW ., I My , ,.,,.....,.,,, N ,WW W-1, femme. agp ... .Q ' A ,, 3 232 KAR 1 Row 1: Speckhals, Cardinale, Lamb, Katzenherqer, Spina, Gilbertsonj How 2: Probst, Helmer, Eqqenherq, Huqqer, Pilqer, Dalton, Row 3: Williams, Fister, Schroll, Rede, Meyer, Lorenz: How 4: Simmons, Hill, Roth, Hackett, Hawkins, Clause-ry Row 5: Chilton, Thieme, Blassie, Brown, Mc:Carter, Banks. WMM' MISS ROSENWElG'S H.R. -w-.gwq W N.. , QU" 'lf' How l:McKc1y, Lewis, Holmes, Weiss, Bedrosian, How 2: ibaren, Kolkhorst, Schaffner, Hohinson, Pea, Kasse- baumi ROW 3: Perdue, Hanna, Qualls, Greenfield, Stroup, Smith: How 4: Garstanq, Wheat, Anthes, Mc Cullison, Jillich, Butler, Flow 5: Morton, Sheppard, Douthit, Covvee, Oberlin, Christofferson. CLASS ik, .- If mf 11 , 252s Q fav- 5 V , V V,,, 3 JJ Qlgwli Vllva Q L , , , f. ff, .X Vice- Pre sident: Sue De nnington f " 4, V . " -5. ' ' , 4. I as .g 1 ' V mf 1. " V- 6' ,I y an gf A v M V 'nl A315 .I 4 , . 3 , Mk , .. 4 f , 1 I - :lei I I QW? 3 'n 5515 j President: Bill Steinme ier .wh ,W : Ka .m ... A nl x El ., , .Y W ,, hh K K - ,ef HQMW vi 'H V ii? 21 W M YL I 5 3 ? , Q v 5,1 Ju ' 'fi 'N I ,, .VH gpg? 1 W 1""" f i , I. .J Q 1 , I 4 I , 4- Q, fx xl .Q N' Xa il Treasurer: Eric Adams 1 Secretary: Torn O'Meara Miss luhrmunn H.R. SQ? X ,N,1,.g,. 4, X ,4 4 f 390 ' ,,-,- , 52 2' fi ,--.""' f-1 --. ,-1. Row 1: Mackenzie, McKellar, Buckels, Deckason, Gales, Stringer: Fiow 2: I-Ieeslinq, Hanasolzi, Valflnty, Ilivens Simon, Redel, Sobocinski: Row 3: Huckelberry, Piqaqo, Lamb, Coodson, Fincher, Rowland, Efriroloumg Flow 42 Weisheyer, De-thloff, garnmons, Chilcutt, Qvery, Cox, Schmidt. Mr . Heithecker S W 'lb . f "' ,W , I . 5 M I 1 was and ww exam was . fs 4' snap ! , A , l ,d Row 1: Hollingsworth, Tinker, Darraqh, Shottmueller, Wyatt, Row 2: Tucker. Murphy, vvriqht, Mr-yr-rl Iwwiizl Gacloch, Caimip Row 3: Brahan, Ford, Panhorst, MclXlister, Grillion, Prunkard, Haynio, How 11: Vito-'11, Hoon Coffman, Bates, Sanborn, Whyte, Moncado. V' Miss Brewingion H.R. Fiow 1: Copeland, 'Y 3 r Y fe. 1 , 9 Sciaramitaro, Ross, Denninqton, Herndon, Wilson, Row 2: Waters, Guirnbarda, Andrews, Smith, iluhl, Yfwers, Howard, Row 3: Pfieffer, Scherbel, Miller, Tucker, McElroy, Jonnson, Horner, Stewart, Row 4: Newby. ,V A -Q., M. f 0 'Div GC Mr. Evan H.R. as 1. ,Agni ,0- 1 ' xc gxzunni, LaIi'ortf-, liubar, Mahonvy, Hrecklo, f'roof'1in:s, Htrinaerg How TT: Floborts, :aww 1:1vn---'::l1f'-r, Nlrt , IX l'w11n.x11t, 1,fV'1.'I11fl1l11I'1, 11I'lJLLf,J, Hufif1f'r1:s, 1v'v'f'1l3S3, f"iC-Jvoli, Novak, 111f'1-1IT1lJI'lf How W: 11'i1-if-, Mclntoizh, Iflattner, ll-mxriu, 1 11111, .,ffur1i1:, 11011, Monat. 'I ,Q 4:1 A ----., -Q---p-- Now where did I put my gum? M S .'l'II, H R I'S. llll ,,' p I 9 Row 1: Burke, Hupp, Whitaker, French, Orlando, Row Hoffman, Messe-r, Downing, Row 3ESiess, Koevvinq, Turns Ma on Fott Row 4: Bandin, Le Fort, Cochran, Schaper, Hatcher: Mow 5 tGY'1lxOV1C'll Hutson, Teske, Otrinq, Justus, Borqqraefe. 'SP' Mr . Meig H.R. , Yu Viclw l: 'Tylf-rr, Elcxlcomb, Woodson, Billings, Hcckobcl, Buck, Feuiel, Det-ers, Stol-:esp Row Hess, Atkinson, Vehl, Ilflxleriqffl, Wflrnluold, lllshl, Pierre, Flow 3: Fiothove, Holland, Kearns, Fledden, Laflorcey Row 4: Moeller, fflrew, Tv,ffA:El1:zry', l,'ynf'h, for-:, Winter. Flow l: Wlfrtf'-5 Tl, w Qi: Poyle, Hayes, Lewis, Kbeleg Row 3: Mattingly, llolladuy, Stanton, Farron, Meyer, 'Tlxorrzosg Tiovv 4: Vlarl:-TA, Mudd, Robertson, llusted, Schorr, Qstronder, Kontornincls, Prater. sr: 'mf'z q! Q, --,. 'gg ll "" Q ini f- 5 gm-4-.A-J Mr . Wal h H.R. 19" all -9 ,U HW' Q, wg ,,. ,W ff 1,-Ju,-, Miss Fisher H.R. V Vffwnvvv , in E Z, 62 nn la ll E 4 42,3 90 , '- '51 fifvf 15135 ,WAHM f 'Q ' "' 'U ,gg - 1 flaw M . kwwxtf Q '3Q!fHg,j How l: Ie-uchel, Brinkmeier, Delaney, Schreiber, Row Q: Conroy, Stewart, Pulley, Lonaloffg How 3: Smith, Eichman, Hapert, McCoy, laol-zson, 'llreichely How 4: Perdue, Anderson, Miller, Bennett, Hopson, Guenther, Carter, Gianini, How 5: Bond, Henderson, HOl'1l'bClCl'i, Ne-ander, Waters. How l: Schottmueller, Calvert, Ward, Parker, Dunham, Hodonberq, Garth: How 2: Wrouqhton, Heard, Brann, Bay, Sanford, Wheeler, Licavoli, Midkiffy How 3: Coleman, Grimes, Quentin, Murphy, McCarty, How 4: Steinmeier, Adams, lqnatowski, Kostecki: How 5: Parnell, Holmes, Tippin. 14 Mr. 0 Connell H.R. XX .YZ I .W H A ,. ,, , 'EA V, V 9' v 1' 4 u cwl Lohm Row chlefp-r1e,uafc1ta Fhllhps Ashuruft Farr1S,Row3 B111 Howllclday Roth, Heslep llCOX, Cow 1 1I"rlPI' Vltckell Cauhfleld longs fwornellus Mcr Cxrlcmd Row 5 Detfar ucHGr1c1n,Vebn ,I This is my 'brave new Wor1d'. M r O B u ll H O Rl Ke Row 1: Wood, Ketcherside, Martin, Helton, Rincon, Row 2: Wetzel, Bolee, Fransos, Rulkoetter, Pisciotta Donnelly: How 3: Cunningham, Sweeney, McQuay, Koch, Stamper, Fiakulay Row 4: Schneider, Shipman, Moz-ak, Olsen, Grams, Vette, Row 5: Clarke. 2' r Mr . Keeling H.R. ,,. Ammfmz K ' .M . ,,,, sa wr' ' W , Y 0, W- .: W, W , N wp . an .4 s l A.-M. I H Q is wa ms R-PA: Pow 1: Strothcamp, Harmon, Xffclaauahlin, Manninq, Schmidt, Grace, Crossman, Riddle: Flow 2: Lawrence, Eeffa, O'l'Pell, Shaw, E'iUllOCl-C, Schneider, Hughes, Christie: Fiovv 3: Moore, Pilcinaton, Tlarl-1,1-felly, Meyer, Versernan, Wells: Row 4: Ruff, Stahl, Rlurnenthal, Wriaht, Dillow. r I r I S I u n I I .4p,l 2 wi'- How lziivrlanfla, lf'-th'-l, K1-lly, Potter, Mevvesj Wow fl: Husband, Huwe, Vuerst, Harrett, I'40wie,Nichols, Ilf'llOfi'TIf'lH"f'Clf How 'lt llayr'-aa, Stanley, Moser, Waqner, Theresa, Wozinial-1, Koller, llohltj Row 4: llornhuckle, l'Uwlf1"frt::, llrf-f-ri, llurlcf'-tt, liiess, Pasurnano. -if' ,ii-1 Miss Shy' H.R. A L 8 2 5 W "" 'MY 54 ' ' 'mu W? f Flow l: Bayless, Gruner, Campbell, Sansone, lnqlishj Row 2: Ward, Rader, Wulf, Schottmueller, Davisson, Roepkef Flovv3: Adams, Hedcly, l-lolmes, Brasier, Wilhert, Toal, Milculinp Row 4: Smith, Taylor, Myers, Light, Rabadeux, Collins. Mr. lupuen1e's H.R. 1' I' , i W 53" 1 40 AW Row 1: Schaberq, Krewet, Jennings, Zieqenfuss, Henderson: Flow 2: Watson, Mclilheny, Lovan, Henson, De- menff Row 3: Smith, l-loward, Perkins, Haue, Schweller, Row 4: Brozik, Trost, Rosinhaum, l-Cavanauqh, Cook, Maddeng Row 5: Guerri, Ellenbrecht, Cafalano, Miller, Wilshusen, Nelson. 1 ,x. it rs. M. Wagner' rw-Z if ffl? ' f 'C Q li I J 2 A4 91 gl td. it wi Daw 'E 1 iso 1 ez,qnbh4Xr.Q l' ,-ff' 'Nz 1 rg' Row 1: Webb, Cruise, Shaw, Barker: Flow 2: Graham, Foy, Moore, Lawson, B 'R 3:D' ' ' ' urqess, ow ischinqer, Olive, O Leary, McNames, Row 4: Pinnell, Fuqqeri, Clark, Versernang Row 5: Kemp, Giesler, Swain, Bedrosian, Bohn: Row 6: Martin, Wetz, Schneider, Parsley, Riggs, Morris, Staley. , ,apcjfgr .N in .. rffs- ' J, , 1 . ". E 34.2 4' ze jf,-1 So that's where Bat Masterson lives. CQ' 23: , 'RSP fd' W f af ,Q- ' r - .A Y in 4- ,R K"'N"'N-. ,-....a,N M., fum , --sf L Q , ri LE1, wh- 'ewa- . x.. .. A sf, t ' f I X V .rf-3-.1.,, X 3 NX H- X , Lb , 7 .,,1..,,, .N fvligs -stkkgl ig' WR, - 721225 5.13, "3 'ff ' , ' X f' -:I-Ji? : -,fir ' f, H. is .5 -E- -i t tg . . Q ' A " me ws-Zgm. ' ' ' an P, et , ff ,vt w wf W: fm? Q , ,Tx- : f f W mmf 2' Gwi f t ft 4 .bf ,.gege..t u , " PQWW wp? X. f wafj Gee, Ihope he doesn't call on me. Mrs. SUIIIKBI S dm, et f4S2S? W VA .'g Q Qt? 3 3. Wm M..m1t Flow 1:McC1ure-, Edstrom, Gebhordt, Raeuperg Row 2: Beckett, Guccione, Pendleton, Bretton, Littlefield, How 3: Dawson, Wclrtord, Toolen, Ccxnnito Ruhlondi Row 4: Wylie, Allison, Kroettli, Willioms, Schowenqerdty Flow 5: Hon, Noqel, Smith, Schoenmon, Row 6: Heller, Milbourn, Sargent, Steuer, Iverson. 5 Q Mr. Winter s H.R. T"""T"" W .rf QQ 'MZ . 21,,3,gl?'5' f A ng, g- A. D' Jyav 4. QQ? 'B' x 3,1 Q V l fj , N, lf 'fr lv f 9 ..-... Q Ax -H ME. 9 -4' ' i X 1 W Q- I f 5 , 2. ,f 4' "if -fi. E ':1,.1?4U wa ' 1, t Q Flow l: Frederlcinq, Durbin, Hungerford, Morrison, Fiuncie, Martin, Leascl-1, Greco, Clarke, Row Q: Harris, lloeltqe, Srnith, Downer, Vordtriede, Bollinger, Bamvakais, Flow 3: Meadows, Shoemaker, Currie, Kitta, Weyrauch, Burke, Row 4: Harvey, Stanis, O'Meara, Poecker, Row 5: Henricns, Schoen. Mr. Bates How 1: Hpavale, fltronq, Hudroff, Vanderford, Grove, Hardy, Row 2: Wells, Null, MCLauql'1in, Beck, Laplant, fwarxg-zifly, W1:se, FAJQW 3: ffllitwood, Kell, lfiekmann, Schmitt, Sarqent, Pikey, Bloomer, Row 4: Baebler, Moore, M alv-y, lliflqinfz, ljl'1'JVNC'l, Vffrider, lfullo his S, is .- E A Kama , ,moz We 'H wx! U fc xv m hi H ,ff 'Aw I 4' ahwqs 1. mx 'K "va "Dear Abby" Miss Wilkin on' H.R. 'W' 35193 -If 'Q' as ' avigator to Pilot hhakff. 2, .wimws , 'WI' A 142331 'pg A X ,,, ,,,' 5 V K f 1' .t Y my WM af ' wh gf' :" Q 5 f Q ' we It A'AA,, 3 Y M W Q it K :. - 1. 1 PZ U '26 5 V. slim-J , r E6 law Row 1: Lo Boscog Row 2: Conner, Rands, Pseiserj Row '31 Sathern, Hemmer, Cipilker, Tracy: Row 4: Nauqhton, Cerdinq, Yount, Mcflureg How 5: Jackson, Warner, Anders, Grimes, Stevenson: Fiow 6: Schranz, Cardin, Millaway, Guedry, Kranz, Smithg How 7: Hootselle, Rohn, Eqqenberq, Aheln, De John. - 199 ui' LASS 0F im K,v 4 :-1' aj- - I. I h ,Sw H. I Q, V! V ,'vv--vv- , Q President' 4 If 'li . . ,Qs , , 'FH '31 Dave Hahn .A l,........ , . x ms? 'awk 1 1 ' 'wwf .wefnfu -'L' Q Vice- President: Keith Smith x Y Treasurer: Jane Watson 'L Secretary: Sally Wright ll Miss Stoddard' H.R. U "' -' ' V .1 ' . ge-"""" 5 1 51 11 .. , 'u g' .. - : was .. Q r M rf" Q , 1 . ' ' , and -4., fa 4 fan s V' 3" 's ' - 'A ' t , , , .... an li M Q ,M 'Q V' ' A ' ' S 1 I I M V ld 4 ' J ' . - I J"'5",v 0 A F if ff.. f- 3 . -w rm A , 114 2 PW K , ki. A 'ix ' fi "- 1 2 ' Y 1-'45 ' . . 'Q V .VL .A L ' :Q is W V ,'Q Ze- -'I T,"' 'f"r' M 1 1 'f 4, " " 'f ' fa 'L"'wf , ff ' ' -' Yr f f 1 1 aff? U' r f :M .. N" - , , ' 'fr W Y , 'frm ... 5 .. '+ll"3.i6Qh2'q. H. 1 f , Q ,g 1 , XQXJI- ,.' X, ' A ' ' A mf? if fi 5 ff ' u t l 5 . , 1 , . V g ,rmoy-'Y , , ..l . l.f,,i?Efy 4: ,ict .Q 'lg W 1 Q, , , of , . Q Mu 1 . 2 Qt M 3' 1 ' 1 'Em' Row 1: K. Preitrneyer, K. Lane, li. Simpson, M. Proffer, K. Stewart, Cl. i??ansone1VPow fl: C. Hazer, P. Yiraun, B. Bell, M. Woodward, S. McMillan, D. Arana, M..Thorntonj Flow 3: P..Weber, S. Combs, D. Pischel, T. Greer, G. Garth, lf. Droege, Row 4: P. Punting, G. Hulett, I. Vitt, J. Mueller, M. lflehen, C. Mal-ike, A. Fish. Mrs. Mays' H.R. Row 1: Fumaqalli, S. Sorsen, B. Bock, M. Sexauer, S. McCullison, C. Flauers, D. Wieda, F. Jones, J. lloltp Row 2: T. Peeler, P. Russell, S. Moore, J. Talir, J. Warner, T. Niehotf, S. Harris, K. Flubb, Pow 3: W. Turner, I-l. Haley, B. Graham, K. Spooner, M. Farrell, J. Lubbers, J. Kuhl, S. Clark, F. Fardinale, lf. llrown, l. .-Xlternueller. Flow 110110, FI-Jw 71: Tran icizers, .MLM mart, Vow lfl Q K m l Q mq PT1lCh H3 'fv'1"r1f1'1r11ir litm 1r1r1t1ruIn1r1ilr,I ' 1rl Mr ll f V J ',1r1Tmm I lm PIl'Wl M 1 .,, "'1'l'I Mnlt r r xrtn 1 lin r lx H11 rm r 111 rn , 4 'ZS' Mr. Cook's H.R. 5 E Qi' ii' rgv 5 g l Q ' Row 1: Bruehel, Wyman, Elchelherqer, Deloney, Bal-:ery Row 2: lgerry, Files, Mercier, iflhoniqhtg Row 3: Hrady, Tocco, Mathews, Murphy: Row 4: Myers, Hudson, Took, Kennedy: Row 5: P'apend1cL Lee, Shumaker, Whelan: Row 6: Walker, Howard, Forester, Schalli. N Where's the calorie counter? X 'A 'xx F-.mf W V, ,. .. ,W tg ,452 ' , l Mrs. Nelling s H.R. . 1 W , 4 C, f,,,,,, xi' Wow 1: S. Parton, J. Webb, J. McCormick, U. Puckett, Fiow 2: M. Eiorry, C. Dockins, I. Schwerdt, L. Chitty, P. Pcrrrishp Row 3: B. Couch, D. Enqloende-r, S. Williams, C. Ward, R. T k.. J. B' h uc or, ls op: How 4: D. Fire-mer, Sullivan, I. Moeller, lf. Alurens, Hoechst, C. Mitchell, Spencer, Flow 5: R. Britt, P. Lombardo, J. Nepute-, W. ifishop, lf. Friedhoff, C. Pruett. Mr. Masferson' H.R. 9911: mf fm, "' .55 w-:nn-I bf", K wi Q. X !'1.,'N l: 'Nm1,tl, Haul-1, l'Tf'1'JY1f'I'j How ff: ilclus, lV'Fl2'I'lCl1, irlurrwr, Anflrows, Munkorg Row 3: Cole, Dalton, i-11-f'l1iw1m, l.l1!'l'llT, 'W1ft.l-tg How 4: C1f1f"l1:sr'1f'r, lfllllPOUI'Vl, lfiolloy, Vim Mill, Morrow, Mclfoy, Huelsl-comp, N I. lf'r11,lt1f'r,rvwvlz,.tllf'-f'::141l- r I i r wtrow-'l'1 t lm Q. W f O IW , f,1I'1g+JIl ummm aq'ynuu 'fv- Miss Ferguson's H.R. 5 ,WW ,.V. r 1 5 ' 2- 1-vs 3 Q 'S'-"1" Qi ' 1 25 5 is rl in f 1' jr r it M , f . 421 se' -nu S , qi Za' J, l n-'H WW" Row 1: Troece, fqopelond, Presse-y, Parker, 19truer:inf1, Row Q: Pobinson, Whrte, ffrasrer, Iqisrlnqlmus, licluluoter, Row 7: Foy, Girard, Wrlfify, ifTCnmiClt, Wflllucfl, Huffnor, Yflliottj FCIVJ -4: Wcflirrlrgilfllrfg, Fricllorl-1, fpmrrlidqe, L1cotC1, Price, rwipremfmn, smith, Hmm. Mr. Drury 's H.R. 4,2 mr it Row 1: Rhea, Pointer, He-iniche, Bushon, Edwordsy Row 2: Wotrinq, Geller, Voss, Iiltory, Hutrlmnfsj Row 3: Fleming, Tipton, Miller, Owe-nS,K19fl'191'f Conner, Smith: Row 4: Martin, Seonnell, Ihvrs, Grossheide-r, Murphy, Ayers, Bowderny Row 5: Medlock, He-nton, Fmitn, Voopor, Wolls. E .. , ... . .. ff-'-:fre-.-'-'f --.ww-f?'5b:K . . 7 I Mr. Hud on s H.R. WWWW' 'W' " " b Q, ,, 4. .iw 'W f ,Z X ff! - 1. .1-1-' f f f- if 3 Row l: J. Ee-lla, D. Tinker, lf. Danna, L. Kennedy, G. Martin, Pow D. ginqen, F. Fish, Ft. MCNotron, P. Atkinson, F'-..C1'SiilliviJri, l-f. Sontneirnerg Row 3: D. Voepel, S. Gueperoni, P. Mueller, D. Drinkcrrd, Fl. Haze-r L. Berger, Row 4: 3. Purqess, J. Glass, D. llottlzurnp, l-I. Cromer, V. Pitts, M. Wooten1Fow 5: J. Colbert, D Stock, M. Weld, W. Scholls, M. Sargent, T. Lunkuu. Miss Hayes' H.R. 4 vw. I liwn l: Fi. l'ilHIlflII't"'Il, Vi. flmitln, M. Tlilorripson, L. fqornelius, D. Numa, How If: Strieqel, lf. Dvuser, L. lieth- mfiriri, V. Holi'-rtfiori, V. llchrnitit, lf. If-May, Wow ft: ll. llrice, I... Dovves, 'l'. lfeocli, ll. Wliitcrl-ser, C. Gill, lf. lnqr um, lifvw 4:13. l'3rf,1ntlwy, l,..f"-'izitl-wiicin, LT. ll"D'lYTlGI1, K". lYjGfliCI"I', ll. ll-lnson, li. Handy, l?..MoynQrd. Mr. Wagner's H.R. 'N sv. Row 1: Ridley, Belqeri, Adams, !VfCCiOI'TTliC1-1, Rumpf-111 Wow 2: Txfrfoy, f3clQs,1f1', lm, 71 Sheehan, Cipponeri, Foster, Conner, Miller, Honey Pow 4: Pointf-r, Vukmr, Vlx rman White socks are in this year! 13143, X. , ibn 1 , In , .,, If ' , ,.. f,5,"f .".,.:- 3. ., Mr. Off' H.R. AM, f 1 f' .an xl .Lg if L-4 Kfxq 11'- . . , ,wry .5 A' Aix., ,iw -V fa '35 ,fy tb . . . by , MM 3, At ,A y, , l , V . l ' Q22 -511' .fL2ff"-tf,.,ff... 'A flzf':fif1f"?":" if' ' , ,,,,TQg5.f ig-:fi i -, V ' 1 H K 5 if - ' I 4'5" '11,-.fi weM':'.,f2i41M-"--get ' , W-4 w.--,.'w- -. 1 t . i , f,., ,. , ,L V, ..,,,,, , .-HA - .ef ., ghd, gn.-W ,ggrq 5.1 K Q , 1 'iff ' 'ffeygf if Flow 1: N. Piercy, G. Vliciiurdson, Ii. Etile-rs, T. Smith, D. Me-lclfiior, J. Morzorot, 5. Wright, VP. Bauer, C. Stover: How ff: Ili. f5erhorfit, P. Woldt, J. Took, L. Wrote, D. Worder, D. Pfllozzolo, G. Legeouy Fiow 3: M. Buttery, Vi.Eif'1mer, Fl. Vlozler, YF. Hutchiriqs, L. DeC1uf9,, ifi. Smith, Row 4: H. Minor, W. Tlickor, Fl. Toorster, J.Schoefe-r. Mrs. McLaughlin' H.R. ,.... -.,u-'LI' ai! il: , at 13' 1 . r ' V r 1 My 1 A Z' oi 1, Q t .4 S , 'rt-V-wg. K ' I f . '- 2 2 X 44 it X !Sf1'ix2F'fV'3i-,ou , , V' ,. W -2-, ...vw ff'-1 . .-ewxf-fi'-x-W wrt fc'w"' -- f ., LA , 1: , .,'91.'- - i A , ,J , dw M" .,. . V .L " ' 'li ' ' K Hivff 1: Moor", Pfriiwq-ir, iiCIlflffI'lV'C yWg1rf'1, lfvorizz, Vltwyis, Hauer, f:+T'iU'l'ff'1, Voyriog Row 17: Tumor, Paulo, H '3' Vllrice Mcfourt 'Tullivun Allison, 'lxriiiit-..i-ii, l1I.'lf.'f'l'i"lI, HiJ',f1wr, Iiliri, Ili'-wtori, I,.uoy:,1, Houopf-rg ow . Q x, , . , ilrfitly, Irfmt, Imrry, Iwrwna. Mr. Bourner's H.R. if -44 How 1: Doyle, McGurtl'1y, Bischdorf, Wolfe, Clouser, Hasting, Sherrillg How 2: Brugmara, Anderson, Holman Haue, Sachse, Magruder, O'B1'ien, Hooker, How 3: Crutchfield, Jacobsen, Lacey, Tarvin, Keener, Weathers Piantanida, Row 4 Galvin, Bomrnarito, Morgan, Stanton, Greathouse, Vallee, Fields, Dehn. Mrs. Bock's H.R. xf" 4f .. f Flow l: Reynolds, Conley, Weitkamp, C-ebhardt, Diceleyg How 2: llgenfritz, Martin, Saxton, Borger, Betty, Gross, Story, Flow 3: Tiller, Hearst, Sissom, Eakins, Ketcherside, Ott, Row Ft: Mundell, Simpson, Burke, Fister, Plessing, McQuay, Husband, Aukemp, Work. I Mr. Ellefson' H.R MWF Z' Baa 'fl " -All -qs-v.,ahKxwS3Qf Egan 2? If 1, f .fi M S 1 , .R 1 it . 249 m A 552422 , www 44,4 ,W yr . . 'W 3441165 owners-f Row l: Drake, Coe, Tapia, Steckert, Morrissey, Flow 2: Mahoney, Hootselle, Sorrell, Wolsey, Saqanisp gow 3: Pflump, Curtis, Farr, Ameluna, Lampep Howflz Garland, Taylor, Mclntosh, Vandeford, Pidiakisj Flow 5: Ray- mond, O'Erien, Greco, Bone, Webby Row 5: Anderson, Sherrill, Finkel, Hauck,E1'une. ,...f E The Asphalt Jungle Miss English' H.R. Y' .. ,, f.fj3yff-i L, Row l: Ludwig, Warren, Holtschneider, McDonald, Ryan, Tallentj Row 2: Kuhl, Dougherty, Bayless, Duncan, Cleary, Boggs, Brown: Row 3: Lorell, Null, Jones, Hartman, Feast, Watson, Shepard, Crabtree: Row 4: Ander sen, Stafford, Graven, Wirfs, Gales, Peters, Heinz, Cook, Curran. Miss Joseph' H.R. WJ .-3.-,gy , fi 1 sy Q52 Row l: Bolbecher, Peters, Kuhnert, Shepherd, Rauch, Kamakasg Row 2: Field, Cvreathouse, Stamer, Morgan, Watts, Obermoeller, Curran, Baylissg Flow 3: Valenti, Douglas, Homeyer, Crow, Tapy, Anderson, Ryan: Row 4: Meyer, Clounts, Wisdom, Cribbs, McGuire, MacDonald. W J 4 7 R. Mr. Mc Laren' H.R. ,aan ll Flow 1: Wilmsmeyer, Thoele, Williams, How 2: Tucker, Kilker, I-luelslcamp, Pipkinp Flow 3: Owens, Walter, Alton, Slaughter, Voqler, Pinqelg Row 4 Nolan, Leutzinqer, Wild, Simmons, Wilmsmeyer, Allen, Petersen: Row 5: Wood, Johnson, Schmitt, Mincer, Tippin, I-lallvax. Mr. Ellis's H.R. fl fr Vila Lilillniil Row l: Matz, Casteel, Zear, Giqer, Riordan, Hinq, Querrant, Tosto, Hyatt, Ballanceg Flow Paris, Stranz, Spar ks, Coons. ll.. of I I-lennessey, Denness, Meyer, Row 2: Zamudio, Einspanier, 3: Berryman, Smith, Foerster, Schenkel, Wallaceg Row 4: .: "Q QTL ,YQ . l Q' gr. 6 I .. s ,Lf -.wb nr. Phelp ' H.R. rf Row l: D. Pursley, S. Wilson, R. Burton, Fi..l-lordin, T. Blanton, L. Allen, M. Dorrinf Row 2: P. Christofferson, J. Lindhorst, U. Seide. I-I. Burrus, N. Esselmon, D. Potchin, G. McCownp Row 3: R. Messle-in, K. McCormick, S. Word, J., Moore, H. Graber: Row 4: B. Kriesky, W. Fritzsche, K. Rowold, E..Countsg Flow 5: S. Long, P. Hoff- meister, S. Johnson. Oh, George! I've got all your records! Mr. Meyer's H.R. Q06 ..,,, TE N -W L How l: V. Garofalo, M. Naughton, J. Dresner, D. Steiner, K. Fischer, D. Teskeg Row 2: D. Haynes, A. Buer- I mann, C. siefel, H. Pike, F. D Amato, J. Marler, M. Dechsnerj How 3: S. Delley, J. Ven, J. Huqqer, Summers, L. Beezley, S. Greenleaf, T. Coleman, How 4: Neubauer, H. Weber, Borchardt, Sale, T. Landwehr, S. Goevert, Mr. Ewald' H.R. How l: Parrino, Knost, Tucker, Cvoodman, Stanfill, Schweitzer, How Z: Waterman, Hill, Freund, Hentqes, Spain, Mirabella, Childs, Dixsonf How 3: Barrett, Neal, Dweifel, Clark, Spooner, Bridell, Haney, Allison, Corrigan, How 4: Williams, Province, Nellina, Hood, Ahearn, Harris. Absenfees fs- , ' - " X ' f V "v .N we W,,,,,, :fi if 4-,ii vy V V gg . " ff 2rZf'1ffY'Yi .. l - 2 as j6m:',,, - A l M .jizff ,. f ' ."i'3iX' Q Q L Fix fuss :sf f. "Q W .W ml v. mil .fa ei fa Flow 1:13. Pulliam, I. Corron, G. Wcxqnerj Flow 2: L. Blume-nfield, P, Chandler, T. Gcflloqher, J..Snee-d, P. Emery, Row 3: M. Meyer, l-l. Conner, C. Prater, J, Iqnotowski, C- Doreen, Row 4: C. Plemminq, J. Borry, L..Tucker, D. Pipkinsg Flow 5: R. Buthe, Fi. Kinealy. One pencil, very nourishing, and hardly any ' calories. l .YI I told ya that chocolate chip was alive! Q o'i't..U, X 043' I' .4 .. . jf, Mb 5, . mm CJWC' J' QB Hsin -- uf 1 ?, N fZ, ,b V U Z ' A :ffV27f 'fi g' X mf H , ' ' - H15 216 - FUL QfYaEXP0SlNG YUU T0 QUALITY WX? ?0'WWl15 CXKU e00LOL6fLCldf 5225 LUCAS HUNT ROAD at the Mark Twain Expressway C0lfax1-2000 TF? ' 67764 WWQLWP I l 1 Fra- q 'TW-5 +G Q MA Although the activities of the 1 P. T. A. cover only two main areas ---meetings and the sponsorship 'X I C7 TH ofthe schooloperetta---itexerts ' a great deal of influence over W wiv. the school. Under the leader- ship of President Richard Bush- qncllx l man, the P. T.A. held several Ln zs-U 4' ' ' panal discussions. Perhaps q - Q C- the most interesting discussion was led by Judge Noah Wein- A stein at the February meeting. I If The P.T.A.'s sponsorship of lqbg-D f the operett provides the funds 'Q for its Student Scholarship St , Loan Fund. 5c.h'L. yrz, 'L' Q fig 65 9 QMQ 'Q-' MJ W Q A I-190 g 9 'W 1-5 ME MO C 'B LL? ,tgwfgie n ' '7 :7 W nylq 'UNA -gi?-Vx UW 'U 5 65' N4 UMM FUND bgmrvmfla 'Una-fs M WOQWWUWWZW Wareffvgfaw -Q F1-Ywf-ofrvfi Wgx Sw-Q The Mothers' Club, besides providing an opportunity to socialize, also performs many worthwhile school services. A- mong the most notable is the preparation of the school calen- dar. They also make contri- butions to SAGA and COURIER. Besides these business aspects, the Mothers' Club is responsible for Teacher Appreciation Day. For their cooperation and help, SAGA would like in particular to thank Pres. Marcy Schoorg V. Presidents Charlotte Peter- sen, Estelle Maleyg Correspond- ing Secretary Emily Shelby, Re- cording Secretary Gretchen Mon- acog and Treasurer Eleanor Prunkard. SAGA would also like to thank the mothers them- selves for their support of school functions and policy. County Supervisor's Administrative Assistant Speaks Editors. . Activities. . . . . . Assistants . . . . , , Barb Klatt Wendy Wild . Marsha Bandy . Kathy Hess Bette Rojeski Boys' Sports Editors ...... Mike Alcoke Girls' Sports Editor ..... Rich Thompson . Barb Buckles Assistant ..... . .... Janet Rands Captains and Cheerleaders Literary Editor ........ . Barb Bushman . Carol Krewinghaus Assistant. . . . . . . . . .Sharon Peters Art Editor . . . . . Assistant. . . . . Faculty Editor . . . . . . . Administration Editor . . Social Coordinators . . Senior Class Editors. . Assistant ...... Junior Class Editor . . . Sophomore Class Editor . Freshman Class Editor . Advertising Managers . . Business Manager . . Photography Editor. . Assistant .... Vari-Typists. . . Photographers . . . Advisor . . 0 0 I U .Marsha Bandy .Sally Shewman .Anne Gray f Vari Typist! Sandy Riegert .Gayle Goedeke Benjie LaRico .Pam Rundle Jean Wegman .Robyn Wilson .Judy Hall .Pat Stewart .Gwen Baker .Karla Copeland Hanora Sansone .Jay Hasheider .Carol Dillow .Chris Hooker .Pam Denness Carol Krewinghaus .Bill Flynn Ken Morgan Mike Pursley Brian Finkel Luther Oliver ,William Sanders Dabb, John 45 Adams, Kay 35 Ahrens, Paul 35 Albrecht, Charles 35 Alcoke, Micheal 35 Alexander, Orval 35 Alexander, William 35 Anderson, Jilda 35 Andrews, Jane 35 Antal, Sharon 36 Arana, Gerald 36 Auld, Frances 36 Austin, Pamela 36 Authenrieth, Arthur 36 Baker, Gwendolyn 36 Baker, Bebecca 36 Balsano, Jackie 36 Bandy, Marsha 36 Bankston, Alice 37 Bankston, Thomas 37 Bankston, Yvonne 37 Barker, Barbara 37 Barlow, William 37 Barrett, Patricia 37 Barron, David 37 Barry, Brian 37 Bates, Kathleen 37 Baucum, Brenda 38 Bauer, Walter 38 Bay, Charles 38 Bayer, Donna 38 Bayer, Gary 38 Bellm, Marilyn 38 Benda, Linda 38 Bethel, William 38 Betlejewski, Melvin 38 Bibb, Gary 39 Biggs, Christine 39 Billings, Bebecca 39 Blass, Diane 39 Blessing, Judy 39 Blong, Nancy 39 Blumenfeld, Bobert 39 Boatright, Helen 39 Boerner, Stephen 39 Bohlman, Christine 39 Bonney, Arthur 39 Boyle, James 40 Bozler, Douglas 40 Bradshaw, Jeff 40 Brady, Nancy 40 Brandt, Bobert 40 Brandt, Thomas 40 Brantley, Antionette 40 Bratton, Patricia 40 Brazzle, Ernest 40 Breuhan, Jane 40 Brewer, Marie 41 Britt, Calvin 41 Brown, Barbara 41 Brown 41 Brunk, Bonnee 41 Buck, Arthur 41 Buckles, Barbara 41 Buechler, Bradley 41 Buechler, Gene 41 Bunton, Kathryn 41 Burgess, Jeanne 42 Burris, Richard 41 42 Busch, Chris-ty 42 Buschmcm, Barbara 42 Byington, Georgia Burton, Pat 42 Campbell, Bill 42 Caringer, Sandra 2 42 Caroland, Wes 42 Carroll, John 42 Casteel, Walter 42 Castleman, Kathleen 42 Catalano, Bruce 42 Chamberlain, Sandra 42 Chandler, Calvin 42 Charboneau, Mark 43 Checkett, Gladys 43 Chilcutt, Howard 43 Christensen, Peggy 43 Christy, Lea 43 Chronister, Donna 43 Chunn, Charles 44 Clarice, Karen 44 Clark, Jerry 44 Clark, Mary 44 Claudy, Daniel 44 Coates, Carol 44 Coe, Edward 44 Cook, Linnea 44 Copeland, Karla 44 Corry, Jim 44 Corry, Michael 44 Cotner, Larry 45 Counts, Wilma 45 Cromer, Michael 45 Cruise, John 45 Curlett, Barbara 45 Davenport, David 45 Davis, Alan 45 Davisson, David 45 Deiters, Charlotte 45 Denness, Pam 46 DePalma, John 46 Deuser, William 46 Diehl, Diane 46 Dillow, Carol 46 Disper, Michael 46 Doney, Dennis 46 Doyle, Bobert 46 Draper, Judy 46 Dresner, Terry 46 Drewes, Larry 47 Drummond, Steven 47 Duncan, Wayne 47 Dunnegan, Sharon 47 Eaglin, Sharon 47 ' Edstrohm, Ernst 47 Edwards, David 47 Ehlers, Linda 47 Engler, Linda 47 Eufinger, Bobert 47 Evans, PQQQY 47 Evens, Marilyn 47 Faust, Greg 47 Favazza, John 47 Pavers, Constance 47 Feeney, Charles 48 Ferrario, Michael 48 Fetsch, Baymond 48 Finke, Elaine 48 Finkelstein, Stephanie 48 Favotto, Checo Fischer, Madelyn 48 Fletcher, Jsmes 48 Flynn, Bill 48 Ford, Aaron 48 Frank, Joyce Frank, Kerry 49 Frazier, Bonald 49 Frillman, Diane 49 Fritsche, June 49 Frosch, Sharon 49 Gail, Bichard 49 Garofaro Linda 49 Gay, Norma 49 Gerdes, Linda 49 Gilbertson, Kenn 50 Gibbs, Karen 50 Gibson, Pat Giaer, Harris 50 Goedeke, Gayle 50 Goodman, Paul 50 Goodson, Gary 50 Gossett, Dale 50 Grady, Herschel 50 Graves, John 51 Graves, Joyce 51 Gray, Anne 51 Gray, Steven 51 Grayem, John 51 Greathouse, Debbie 51 Green, Allen 51 Green, Claudis 51 Grelner, Charles Grimes, Mark 57 Groseclose, Pam 51 Gross, JoAnn 51 Gross, Michael 52 Grote, Bob 52 Guccione , Mary 52 Guenther, Janet 52 Hadfield, Bamona 52 Hahn, John 52 Hales, Jennie 52 Hall, Judy 52 Hall, Pat 52 Hallvax, Hallvax, Jackie 52 John 53 Hamby, Boy 53 Hammond, Cary 53 Hanley. Karen 53 Hansen, John 53 Haralson, Gail 53 Harper, Gail 53 Harris, Gary 53 Harris, Linda 53 Harris, Steve 53 Hartke, Mike 54 1-Iasheider, Bobert 54 Hawley, Laura 54 Haynie, Debbie 54 Heidenreich, Larry 54 Heimrich, Bichard 54 Henderson, Jack Henderson, Ken 54 Hess, Kathy 54 Hight, James 54 Hoelzel, Hoffman Hoffman Hoffman, Bobert 54 Bernard 54 David 54 Karen 54 Hoffmeister, Suzanne 54 Holt, Pat 55 Hooker, Christy 55 Hootse1le,Bobert 55 Hoppe, Allan 55 Howard, Dennis 55 Huber, Marilyn 55 Horrell, Becky 55 Huber, Thomas 55 Hu-dgens, Larry 55 Hutson, Sharon 56 Hutson, Susan 56 Hyatt 56 lsgriggs, Glenn 56 lndelicato, Jasper 56 lpock, Donna 56 lrby, Bich 56 Jackson, Clark 56 Jackson, Hershel 56 Jackson,Ba1ph 57 Jarvis, Tina 57 Jennings, Sally 57 Johannes, George 57 Johno, Joseph 57 Jones, Gary 57 Jones, Judy 57 Kammermeyer, Jill 57 Kast, Sharon 57 Kellar, Karen 58 Kemp, Linda 58 Keppler, Elaine 58 Key, Philip 58 King, Daniel 58 King, Diana 58 Kirkpatrick, Linda 58 Kissel, Lucy 58 Kissinger, Ann 59 Kitta, Albert 59 Klatt, Barb 59 Klaus, Dale 59 Klearman, Sue 59 Kleypas, Daniel 59 Knarr, Barb 59 Knarr, Ken 59 Knecht, John 59 Knost, Kathryn 59 Kocka, Jane 59 Koob, Bill 60 Koonce, Gary 60 Kramer, John 60 Kreutztrager, Eleanor 60 Krewinghaus, Carol 60 Krueger, Karen 60 Krueger, Bonaod 60 Kuhl, Thomas 60 Kuhlman, Mark 61 Lacy, Bon 61 Lamken, Don 61 Lampe, Larry 61 Landwehr, Bill 61 Lane, Wanda 61 Langan, Sue 61 Lankau, Carolyn 61 Largente, Marie 61 LaBico, Benjie 61 Pace, James 6 9 Larkin, Bruce 62 Larkin, James 62 Lawton, George 62 Layton, Carol 62 LaZear Leaver, , Michele 62 Jane 62 Lee, Greg 62 LeGare Leible, ,Mary 62 Barb 62 Lennon, Donna 6 2 Leone, Lewis, Litzing Joe 62 Gail 62 er, Joyce 62 Livasy, Randal 62 Londoff, Mike 62 Lor enz Lotz, J , Peggy 62 ohn 63 Lowe, Lorrie 6 3 Lubbers, Nancy 63 Malcolm, Steve 63 Mar gerum, Linda 6 3 Mason, Gloria 63 Massey, David 63 McAdam, Jim 63 McBride, Mike 63 McCarthy, Billie 63 McCloskey, Don 64 McClure, Sandy 64 MCConnel, Linda 64 McConne1, Mike 64 McCormick, Mike 64 McCulley, Lester 64 McFarland, Nancy 64 McGlasson, Darell 64 McGue, Ed 64 McNames, Pam 64 McOuat, Curtis 64 McOuay, Curtis 64 Meadows, Ron 64 Mears, Mike 65 Meckfessel, Vernon 65 Meinec Messer ke, Kurt 65 ,Sandra 65 Metzger, Nancy 6 5 Meyer, Dennis 6 5 Meyer, Ken 65 Meyer, Laura 65 Miller, Bob 65 Minardi, Peggy 6 5 Mohapp, Sue 5 5 Monaco, Virginia 65 Montgomery, Jackie 66 Montgomery, Sandra 66 Moore, Linda 66 Moore, Sheryl 66 Morrison, Sandy 66 Mosher, Gary 66 Mosier, John 66 Moutrie, Rich 66 Moutrie, Surg 65 Muench, Judy 66 Muhrline, Jack 67 Mullen, Kathy 67 Murphy, Debbie 67 Murphy, Pat 67 TWELFTH GRADE Naughton, Linda 68 Newman, Russell 68 Neiman, Gregory 68 Nobs-, Linda 68 Nugent, Michael 68 Oechsner, Roger 68 Oetterer, Andrea 68 O'Leary, Peg 68 O'Leary, Patrif ia 69 Oliver, Roseanne 69 Oswald, Melanie 69 Oswald, Ralph 69 Othman, Jewel 69 Owen, Kerry 69 Olive, Mary 69 Pagano, Frank 69 Panhorst, Barbara 69 Paris, Pamela 70 Parrish, Thomas 70 Patterson, Denise 70 Payne, John 79 Payne, Mary 70 Pendleton, Calvin 70 Perdue, George 70 Perera, Pilar 70 Peters, Sharon 70 Petralia, John 70 Petrov, 'Frances 7. Phillips, Christine 70 Plaggenburg, Beverly 70 Plaggenberg, Valerie 71 Poecker, David 71 Pollard, Michael 71 Pollack, Bonnie 71 Polston, Carolyn 71 Polzin Erika 71 Prater, Betty 71 Price, Linda 71 Price, Martha 72 Procter, Loren 72 Pruitt, William 72 Puetz, Jeannette 72 Pursley, James 72 Quartuccio, Theresa 73 Quinlan, Kathleen 73 Racklev, Shirely 73 Raeuper, Frank 73 Rands, Janet 73 Raster, John 73 Redel, Barbara 74 Redel, Daryl 73 Rickher, Ronnie 74 Riddle, Jacquelyn 74 Riegert, Sandra 74 Ritchhart, Renee 74 Roberts, Eileen 74 Robertson, Judith 74 Rojeski, Bette 74 Rollhaus, Jeannie 75 Rouse, Dave 75 Rowe, Linda 75 Rummel, Robin 75 Rundle, Pamela 75 Russell, Barbara 75 Sack, Terry 76 Saganis, Nick 76 Salas, Linda 76 Sanders, Dale 76 Sansone, 1-lanora 76 Scarborough, Fred 76 Schenkel, Rae 76 Scherbel, Wilbur 76 Schmelz, Richard 76 Schoenman, Richard 76 Schranz, Patricia 76 Schuermann, Randy 76 Schuster, Sherry 76 Schwegler, Nancy 76 Scopino, Tony 76 Sears, Andy 7 7 Sexauer, Ellen 77 Seyton, Geraldine 77 Shewman, Sally 77 Seiss, Cheryl 7 7 Silliman, Joseph 77 Silverman, Michael 77 Sims, William 77 Smelser, Barbara 77 Smith, Donna 77 Smith, Kim 78 Smith, Loretto 78 Smith, Ronald 78 Smith, Sherlee 78 Smith, Suzanne 78 Sneed, Karen 78 Solberg, Carolyn 78 Soyster, Diana 78 Spellmeyer, Jon 78 Sperla, Lillian 78 Standley, Lois 79 Starkey, Sharon 79 Steinkoetter, Eugene 79 Stengel, Kermit 79 Stephens, Cathy 79 Stevenson, Charles 79 Stevenson, Nancy 79 Stewart, Patricia 79 Stokes, Stanley 79 Stotler, Kathleen 80 Strasser, Suzanne 80 Strother, Nancy 80 Stulce, Dennis 80 Sumski, Dennis 80 Sutton, Douglas, 80 Sweeney, l3Clt1'iCk 80 Stringer, Ula 80 Taylor, Jacqueline 80 Taylor, Joyce 81 Terhune, Libby 81 Tettenhorst, Wayne 81 Thomas, Carol 81 Thompson, Judy 81 Thompson, Richard 81 Tinsley, Pamela 81 Tracy, Judith 81 Travis, Sandra 81 Treu, Wayne 82 Tucker, Linda 82 Tyc, Barbara 82 Unterreiner, Larry 82 Unterreiner, Sherry 82 Urani, Paula 92 Urani, Thomas 82 Valenti, Sue 82 Valenti, Teresa 83 Van Mill, Karl 83 Vaughn, Duane 83 Vitale, Michael 83 Vogler, Mike 83 Walrath, Rosemary 83 Ward, Larry 83 Ward, Linda 83 Ward, Terry 84 Waterson, Robert 84 Weber, John 8,4 Weeks, Terry IR Weeks, Elizabeth 84 Wegman, Jean 84 Wehrle, Janis 84 Weihe, Joan 85 Weinberger, David 85 Weinhold, Kathleen 85 Welling, Carol 85 Welsh, Lawrence 85 Welty, Sandra 85 Weyrauch Carol 85 Whitaker, Flora 85 Wick, Russell 85 Wild, Wendy 86 Wilkerson, Linda 86 Wilkinson, Bob 86 Wilkinson, Wayne 86 Will, Nancy 86 Williamson, Gloria 86 Willming, Richard 87 Wilson, James 86 Wilson, Robyn 86 Wise, Michael 86 Wolf, Terry 86 Wolfe, Gloria 87 Woodward, George 87 Woolever, Nancee 87 Wooten, Marsha 87 Wosmansky, George 87 Wray, Sharon 87 Wright, Barbara 87 Wyatt, Charlotte 87 Young, Kathleen 87 Yount, Richard 87 Zeier, Susan 87 Zumbehl, Mark 87 Abbott, waiter 174 Abney, Ftichard 182 Adrain, Edward 181 Aiello, Joanne 180 Alexander, G. 178 Alsdorf, Linds Alsdorf, Linda 184 Alt, Harold 183 Alterson, J. 174 Alteimer, B. 174 Alton, Connie 175 Amos, Baymond 184 Amato, Thomas 175 Anderson, Jim 173 Anderson, Linda 182 Anderson, P. 173 Andrews, M. 177 Anthes, M. 185 Ard, Chester 183 Arms, Janet 174 Ashcraft, W. 184 Atkinson, P. 173 Autz, Chrissy 178 Ayars, Barbara 179 Bacon Baker 1 ,1... 174 Susan 178 Baker, Bobert 173 Banks, John 185 Bankston, B. 181 Bannister, W. 180 Bareis, Janet 178 Barklage, T. 183 Barnes, Thomas 175 Barnett, 174 Barry, John Barton D. 182 Barry, Lynn 184 Braver, Betsy 180 Beaver, Betsy 180 Beckman, P. 173 Bedrosian, John 185 Beffa, 174 Beezley, Harvey 174 Bella, P. 173 Benson, Chris 183 Bergman, Emilie 179 Berardino J. 173 Bethman, T. 176 Birkhead, Don 178 Blassie, Gary 185 Bleitner, Bobert Boerker, Gary 178 Bohlman, Ollie 183 Boles, Billy 174 Bollinger, Steven 175 Bommarito, V. 175 Boni, D. 184 Borland, Dick 182 Bond, 178 Bowderm, B. 180 Boyd, Jeanne 173 Brauss, Karen 183 Brazzle, Larry 179 Brinker, Janet 184 Brockmeier, B. 173 Brockmeier, V. 174 Bross, Terry 179 Brown, B. 181 Brown Brown , Helen 176 , J. 180 Brown, Ken 178 Brown, Wes 185 Broyles, S. 180 Bruce, Kathy 178 Brucker, Diane 183 Buckmaster, B. 174 Buckner, Carol 175 ELEVENTH GRADE Bunch, Sue 175 Burgdorf, Earl 182 Burckes, S. 180 Burke, Sharon '173 Burleson, G. 176 Burton, Mike 177 Burns, David 178 Butler, Sue 185 Buttery, J. 183 Byrd, Charles 184 Byrd, David 175 Byington, G. 184 Cadwell, Mike 179 Campbell, Tom 175 Capone, Carol 178 Cardinale, B. 185 Carey, Sharon 181 Carlson, Kay 180 Carron, Janelle 215 Carron, Madonna 184 Carter, Cora 174 Casteel, Dave 175 Castelli, Carmela 175 Chandler, Brenda 184 Chandler, Linda 182 Chandler, Mary 180 Chier,' Mary 173 Childers, Deborah 177 Chilton, Paul 185 Christofferson, T. 185 Cipponeri, Vito 183 Clancy, Dennis 174 Clarice, Laura 184 Clark, Donna 173 Clark, Linda 179 Clark, Nancy 176 Clouser, Margie 178 Clouser, Michael 185 Clubb, James 181 Cole, Clifford 180 Cole, Janice 18 178 Coleman, B. 183 Collett, Connie 174 Comer, Donald 175 Connell 175 Cornelius, M. 183 Conner, Donna 184 Conrey, Susan 182 Copeland, Sarah 180 Corrigan, George 173 Corry, Bich 181 Cottin, Nancy 177 Cowee, Terrence 185 Crecelius, Phyllis 173 Creek, Sharon 174 Crillbs, Dan 184 Crider, Joe 173 Crone 183 Crow, Bill 174 Cuddy, Harriet 176 Curtis, Janet 175 Curtis, Pat 178 Daleo, Joe 179 Dalton, David 185 DeBoard, Connie 174 Delrrancesco, Augustin Delaney, Michael 184 Derrick, 175 Dick, Kenneth 18C Dickens, S. 180 DiFatta, Mary 173 Dillon, Leo 180 Deolqer, Hobert 180 Dolde, Linda 177 175 Dougherty, T. 180 Douthit, Michael 185 Dunbeck, Richard 184 Duncan, Barbara 173 Durben, K. 178 Ebersohl, Stanley 179 Ebrecht, Gary 176 Edgerton, Jane 178 Eggenberg, Gwen 185 Eilermann, Thomas 181 Elledge, Larry 180 Elliot, Wayne 178 Elser, Karen 183 Emnett, John 174 Essary, Gary 178 Esselborn, Brenda 175 Esselborn, Carol 175 Eswine, Janet 184 Etheridge, Donna 182 Farmer, Donna 180 Faulkner, Ellen 177 Pea, Linda 185 Feast, Marilyn 183 Fehl, Debby 174 Feldmeier, Zlan 184 Finkel, Brian 184 Fischer, Elizabeth 176 Fischer, Bichard 178 Fister, M 185 Flatt, Kenneth 181 Flemming, Sandra 180 Fondow, Sheila 182 Forrester, Pat 178 Frank, Biger 174 Frazer, Sheila 175 Frisella, Jim 184 Frost, Alfred 182 Furman, Harry 180 Foy 183 Gaffney, John 173 Gallagher, Charles 174 Garstang, Michael 185 Garvey, John 183 Gassaway, Thomas 174 Gebhardt, Arlene 184 Gerst, Gary 179 Gelven, Dale 173 Gilbertson, Deborah 185 Gililland, Andrew 181 Gladish, Jeonne 180 Gleason, Peggy 178 Gleitze, Bobert 183 Glenn, Pat 175 Goode, Melanie 175 Goodson, Mary 175 Gore, Bette 184 Gossom, Lorie 182 Governick, Banial 175 Grahn, Shirley 180 Gravier, Carl 173 Green, John 177 Greenfield, Patricia 185 Glueck 174 Greenlee, Carolyn 184 Greer, Donald 178 Grellner, Adrian 183 Griffard 174 Griffard, Tom 184 Grizzle, Emma 179 Grone, David 130 Grote, Paula 176 Guerra, John Hackett, Jacqueline 185 Haddock, Linda 181 Hagebusch, Bonald 180 Haill, Allen 178 Hales, Diana 183 Hall, Allan 175 Hallvax, Ann 175 Hamilton, James 184 Hammond, Kathleen 182 Hancock, John 173 Hanna, Dennis 185 Hansen, William 183 Harris, Jerry 174 Harris, Thomas 184 Hart, Begina 173 Hart, Jeanette 173 Hartman, David 179 Haustein, Peggy 176 Haviland, Bandy 178 Hawkins, Mickey 185 Heinemann, C. 180 Heinicke, Joyce 178 Heck, Cheryl 181 Hempstern 183 Hendricks, Stephen 174 Hicks, Diand 182 Higgins, John 175 Hill, David 185 Hoffman, Donna 184 Hoffstetter, Gretchen 182 Hogan, Bichard 180 Holdner, Patricia 173 Holt, Michael 183 Homeyer, Bichard 170 Horn, Kenneth l7fe Howard, James 179 Howe, Linda 176 Hubbard, Kay 178 Hugger, Mary 185 Holey 174 Hollis, M. 174 Holley, K. 181 Horenkamp, G. 184 Holmes, 1... 185 Hughes, Michael 181 Hughes, Baymond 180 Huizinga, Walter 177 Huskey, Karen 174 Hutchens, Edna 178 Hutsel, Deborah 183 lgnatowski, Joanne 215 lmhoff, Gwen 175 Imholz, Bobert 184 Jacks, Mary 182 Jacob, Sandra 180 Jacobs, Jeffrie 173 Jansen, Patricia 177 Jillich, George 185 Johnson, Allan 183 Johnson, Bobert 174 Jones, Susan 173 Jud, Linda 179 Jewell, C. 177 Kaemmerlen 176 Kampschroeder, Gwen 178 Kassebaum,Sandy 185 Katzenberger, Judy 185 Kelleher, Carol 180 Keim, 1... 181 Keloy 178 Kim, Danny 180 King, Linda 175 -223 Kirby, Wilmetta 175 Kirkpatrick, Clarence Knott, Dennis 182 Koechling, Jane 180 Kohl, Bonnie 173 Koines, John 177 Kolkhorst, Linda 185 Kornya, Thomas 183 184 Kossman, Kristi 174 Kramer, Karen 184 Miller, William 179 Meyerrichs 175 McCarroll 174 Meyer 183 Miner, Brenda Mitra, James 184 Mitchell, Sharon 178 Monica, Roberta 183 Monterosso, Jo Ann 174 Midkiff, Rochelle 184 Kretch, Cora 183 Krewet, Paul 173 Kriesky, Frances 181 Kutscher, Jean 179 Lacey, Kathy 178 Lam b, Barbara 185 Lamb, Patricia 173 Miller, Albert 173 Miller Craig 178 Miller Ginger 179 Moore Cheryl 175 Moore George 175 Moore M. 184 Moore Michael 175 Morgan, Kenneth 182 Morgan, Patrick 180 Morie, Diane 183 Morris, Rita 173 Morrison, Mark 177 Schaffner, Anne 185 Lamkie, Earl 181 Landuyt, Susan 180 Lappin, Terry 177 LaRico, Richard 180 Laudicina, 178 Lawler, Linda 183 Lawless, Mary 174 Lawson, Donna 175 Lawton, Donna 184 Lee, Danny 182 Leigh, Salley 173 Leutzinqer, WllliGId 177 Lewis, Dolores 185 Licata, Joseph 183 Lindhorst, John 184 Ligon, Cathy 174 Linsin, Linda 173 Lipe, 1-larold 179 Lipincri, 184 Littlefield, Jean 176 Lock, Ronald 178 Lorenz, Mark 185 Losse, Patricia 181 Lovan, John 180 Lowery, Martha 178 Lowrey, Cathryn, 183 MacKenzie, David 174 Main, Keith Maloney, Michael 175 Maloney, Thomas 184 Manker, Janice 182 Mareschal, Cheryl 180 Marshall, Gloria 173 Marshall, Judy 177 Martin, Jimmy 175 Masiero, Mary 183 Massey, Leona 184 Massey, Leonard 174 Mathews, Sandra 173 Mattingly, Patricia 178 Meyerrichs 175 Maxfield, Jane 179 Maynard, John 176 McCann, Phyliss McCarter McCarthy McCarthy, McCarthy, McCleary, Dennis 185 Michael 181 Rose 181 Rose 180 Gary 178 Morrow, Connie 183 Mgftgn, 1NllllCIl'I'l 185 Mudrovic, Louis 174 Murphy, Jacquelyn 173 Murphy, Kathleen 179 Murphey, Margareta 180 Murphy, Martha 184 Murray, Robert 176 Myers, Jan 178 Nardi, 181 Nelling, Gary 178 Nelson, B. 183 Nemanick, Cheryl 178 Nesslein 175 Newman, Wayne 175 Nicholson, Catherine 184 Nobs, Mike 182 Noce, John 180 Nolan, Sandra 173 Nouak 174 Nuslock, Susan 177 Oberlin, Robert 185 O'Rrien, Sheila 183 O'Daniel, Beverly 174 O'Leary, David 173 Oliver, Luther 176 O'Sullivan, Patrick 178 Oswald, Janice Oleksa 179 O'Gorma 184 Overmann, Stephen 131 Owens, Raymq 130 Owensby, Michael 178 Palazzolo, Sharon 183 Papendick, Willard 174 l3CIl'lSl,A.l"1qe1O 174 Parker, Lana 175 Parrino, Rosemary 175 Patane, Grace 175 Pemberton, James 173 McCormack, Fred 174 McCu1lison, Walter 185 McEachern, John 174 McCfibbons, John 175 McKay, Patricia 185 McKee, Peggy 175 Melchior, Bruce 173 Mesenbrink, John 179 Messina, Linda 182 Metzger, Gay 180 Mewes, Linda 177 Peplinski, Thomas 177 Perdue, Carol 185 Perry, Penngf Perry, Penny 183 Phillips, John 184 Phlnney, JoAnn 173 Piantanida, Joseph 179 Piatkiewicz, William 176 Pierre, Arthur 178 Pilger, Gary 185 Pisciotta, Dominlo 180 Pointer, Christina 178 Meyer, John 183 Meyer William 183 Meyer, Mary 215 Meyer, William 185 Miller, Michael 181 Popp, Susan 174 Portell, David 175 Prebiance, Gregory 175 Presley, Robert 184 Price, John 182 Purviance, Thomas 173 Pusateri, Tony 177 Probst, N. 185 Qualls, Kathleen 185 Raftery, Jerry 183 Ramin, Carla 184 Ramsey, JoAnne 183 Rank, Linda 173 Raw1ings,John 179 Redel, Mary 185 Redel, Richard 180 Regnier, Larr Renda, Michael 174 Reimer, K. 185 Rejen 178 Repp, Theodore 175 Richardson 175 Riggs, Charles 184 Riordan, Maureen 180 Roberts, Johnnie 173 Robt 183 Robertson, John 177 Robinson, Patricia 185 Robison, Judith 183 Robison, Richard 174 Rode, Sue 179 Rodebush, Marianne 184 Rohn, Linda 173 Rosell, Louis 179 Ross, Wilbert 176 Roth, AnthonV178 Robt183 Roth James 185 Rowold, Edwin 181 Ruhland, Michael 180 Ruhland, Robert 178 Ryan, Patrick 183 Sachsek Roy 174 Sadlo, Peggy 175 Saganis, Constance 175 Saladin, James 184 Sanders, Linda 182 Sandmeier, Sharon 180 Sarantakis, Patricia 177 Schillinger, Melvin 183 Schilly, Mark 174 Schlotach, Gary 184 Schuman, S.184 Schmelig, Randolf179 Schmelz, Peggy 176 Schmidt, Charles 175 Schroll, Jeanine lit Schultz, Len 180 Scobey, Donna 178 Schneider, W. 182 Schulte, R. 183 Scott, Kathryn 183 Segraves, Jack 174 Senn, D, 181 Seymour, Thomas 175 Shannon, Warren 184 Sheehan, Kathleen 180 Shelby, Linda173 Shepard, Linda 177 Sheppard, J. 185 Sherod, Ray 183 Shinall, Gregory 174 Silliman, Catherine 173 Silver. Douglas 183 Silver, Michael 179 Simmons, Barbara 176 Simmons, Larry 185 Simpson, Betty 176 Simpson, Lynn 180 Simpson, Daniel181 Sittner, Martha 174 Singen 174 Skelton 173 Skinner 175 Slaughter 175 Slaughter, Lowell 179 Slaws Smith on, Helen 184 , Cathy 182 Smith, James 176 Smith, Kathy 178 Smith, Linda 180 Smith, Nanette 177 Smith, Robert 183 Smith, Robert 185 Smith, M. 173 Smitherman, Edward 184 Snow, 1-1aro1d178 Soellner, David 173 Solberg, Jacguelyn 197 Spalding Alice 176 Speckhals, Judith 185 Spina, Linda 185 Spitzfaden, James 181 Sprinkle, Leslie 181 Stafford, Ellen 180 Stamer,1-1arry178 Stamer, Sondra 183 Stanley, Stephie 174 Starkey, Pamela 175 Stengel, Michael 175 Stevens, Cheryl 182 Stephens, Karen 182 Stevens, Molly 174 Stoldt, Ruth 180 Story, Sandra 173 Stansbury, B. 189 Stedman, C-. 132 Stevens, M. 173 Stroup, ROY 185 Sfueve, Donna 183 Suhlueter, D- 173 Swank, Helen 174 Tapy, Susan 173 Teeter, Charles 179 Thiele, Judy 178 Thies, Carolyn 181 Thies, Marilyn 180 Thieme, Cary 185 Thompson, Edward 183 Thompson, M. 177 Thompson, Thomas 174 Thomson, Daniel 175 Tiefenbrunn, Rita 175 Timpe, Cheryl 184 Tipton, Sharon 184 Townsend, Gail 180 Travis, Joanna 173 Tucker, Wayne 183 Turner, Melvin 184 Turner, Ronald 173 Tyler, Dennis 179 Vasel, Helen 176 Visee, Ellen 178 Van Giesen 178 Wachter 184 Wallace, Linda 180 Walter, Benjamin 178 Walther, Richard 183 Warren, E. 183 Watkins, Michael 174 Watts, William 175 Wayer, Elaine 175 Weaver, Sandra 184 We-bb, Alzada 182 Webb, Francis 180 Weinhold, L. 173 Weiss, Kenneth 180 Weiss, K. 185 Weiss, K. 184 Wetz, Mary 177 Wheat, Kalr 185 White, Barbara 174 Whitney, Doualas 184 Whittaker, Gloria 183 Wichmer, Edward Wiggins, Mary 179 Wilson, Theodore 180 Winter, Garl 183 Winterbottom, John 174 Wirtz, Diane 175 Woodruff, Barbara 184 Williamson P. 173 Woods, Karl 182 Wright,Anne 180 Yount, Larry 173 Zacheis 176 Zack, Bernice 177 Zbaren, Clairanne 185 Zurweller, Charles 183 Abeln, 199 Adams, 195 Adams, Eric 191 Allison,M. 197 Anders, Joe 199 Andrews, Loy 188 Ashcraft, Ann 192 Atkinson, Debbie 190 Avery, Sharon 187 Baebler, Bruce 198 Bamvakais, Kris 189 Barker, 196 Barrett, Nancy 196 Barron, Susan 190 Bates, Pat 178 BUY, Jean 191 Bayless, Edrine 195 Beck, 198 Beckett, Begina 197 Bedrosian, 196 Beffa, David 194 Beiser, Bobert 199 Bennett, Gary 191 Benson, Henry, 195 Bethel, John 194 Bilbrey, Michael 188 Bill, Donald 192 Billings, Debbie 190 Birebaum, Sandra 187 Blattner, Deborah 183 Bloomer, GQYY 198 Blumenthal, Mark 194 Bohn, Harrison 196 Boles, Lanny 193 Bollinger, Jean 198 Borggraefe, Stephen 189 Bowie, Piuth 194 Brann, Donald 194 Brasier, Cheryl 195 Bratton, Robert 197 Breckle, Billy 188 Brinkmeier, William 191 Broz, Karen 195 Bryant, RODGIG 188 Buchanan, Gary 192 Buck, Susan 190 Buckels, Karen 187 Buechler, Bobert 188 Bullock, Charles 198 Bullock, Chester 194 Burgess, Janet 196 Burke, Bobert 198 Burke, Tim 189 Burkett, Connie 194 Butler, Stephen Caimi, Barbara 187 Calvert, Deborah 191 Campbell, Glenda 195 Cannlto, Fred 197 Caadin, Jebb 199 Carter, Dennis 191 Cassidy, Pamela 198 Casumano, M. 194 Catalano, Kenneth 195 Cate, Terry 188 Caulfield, Joan 192 Chew, stephen 190 Chllcutt, Gary 187 -Chill, JOhn 188 Chitwood, Johnny 198 Christie, Donald 194 Cicavoli, M. 188 Clarke, Brian 190 Clarke, Patricia 198 Clarke, Jay 193 Clark, Catherline 194 TENTH GRADE Clark, Cheryl 196 Cochran, Roger 189 Coffman, Mark 187 Cole, Daniel 194 Coleman, Mary 191 Collier, Augan Collins, Wayne 195 Conner, Harold 199 Conroy, Mary 191 Cook, Thomas 195 Copeland, Diane 188 Cornelius, Deborah 192 Cox, Clayton 190 Cox, Dorothy 187 Crecelius, Marlene 188 Crider, Dennis 195 Crossman, Pat 194 Cruise, Claire 196 Cunningham, William 193 Currie, Dennis 198 Curtis, Jean189 Darbin 198 Darraugh, Leslie 187 Davisson, Pat 195 Dawson, Melvin 197 DeJohn, Stephen 199 Delaney, Linda 191 Dement, Thomas 1,5 Dement, Thomas 195 Dennington, Susan 88 Deters, Cheryl 192 Deters, Sharon 190 Dethloff, Michael 187 Dickason, Mark 187 Diekmann, Elaine 198 Di low, Stephen 194 Dlschinger, Martha 196 Donnelly, Kerry 193 Downer, Jane 198 Downing, Donna 189 Doyle, Kathryn 19 Dunham Marv 191 Edstrom, Pamela 197 Eichman, Geralyn 191 Eggenberg, Greg 199 Ellebrecht, William 195 Ewers, Janet 188 Farris, Kathleen 192 Fehl, Victoria 190 Fincher, Christine 187 Flemming, Charles 215 Ford, Bill187 Forrester, Charles Foy, Catherine 196 - Fransos, Marsha 193 Frederking, Sharon 198 French, Phyllis 189 Fuerst, Edward 199 Gacioch, Karen 187 Gales, H. 187 Garth, Nancy 191 Gebhardt, Arlene 197 Gerding, Kathy 199 Gianini, Chris 191 Giesler, Jacob 196 Glenn, Steel 188 Gohn, Thomas 192 Goodson, Frederic 190 Gross, Michael 188 Gove, Nancy 198 Grace, Linda 194 Graham, Pauletta 196 Greco, Lorna 198 Green, DOuq1Ci3 194 Grillon, Joan 187 Grimes, Judith 199 Grener, Patricia 195 Guccione, Bosalie 197 Guenther, Suzanne 191 Guerri, Grant 195 Guimbarda, Delores 188 Hackworth, Jesse 192 Halcolm, Stephen 190 Hanasaki, Constance 187 Hanika, Elizabeth 188 Hardy, Linda 198 Harmon, George 194 Harris, James 198 Harvey, William 198 Hatcher, John 189 Hayes, Debbie 194 Haynie, Ftoger 187 Heard, Phyllis 191 1-leddy, Thomas 195 Heller, Terry 197 Helton, Marcia 193 Hemmer, Wanda 199 Henderson, Carlton 191 Henderson, Jane 195 Henrichs, John 198 Herndon, Sharon 198 Heslep, Carolyn 192 Hess', Karen 190 Hickman, Ftobert 188 Higgins, Kenneth 198 Hoeltge, Gary 198 Hoffman, Thomas 189 Hohlt, Karen 194 Holladay, Carol 190 Holland, Jack 190 Hollingsworth Glenna 187 Holmes, Jim 189 Holmes, Bichard 195 Hon, Paul 197 Hootselle, Lawrence 199 Hopson, Bobert 191 Hornbuckle, Shirley 194 Horner, Steve 188 Howard, Chzrlotte 195 Howazd, Yvonne 188 Howlladay, D 192 Huchingson,-Bob 192 Huckaba, Linda 199 Huckelberry, Jimmy 187 Hudgens, Charlene 188 Hughes, Bibecca 194 Hungerford, Jerilyn 198 Hupp, Donna 189 Husband, Sue 194 Husted, Cathy 190 Hutson, James 189 lgnatowski, Donrdd 191 lnglish, Sharon 195 lverson, Ted 197 Jackson,Linda 199 Jackson, Bobert 191 Jennings,Miriam 195 Johnson,V 188 Jones,Mary 192 Justus, 189 Kavanaugh, John 195 Kearns, Mike 190 Keesling, Vicki 187 Kell, Oren 198 Kelly, Tim 194 Kelly, Pat 194 Kemp, Mike 196 Ketcherside, Debbie 193 Kitta, Bichard 198 Koch, Michael 193 1 Kiew'ng, James 189 Koller, Janet 194 Kontominas,,Mike 190 Koonce, Kathleen 187 Kostecki, Gary 191 lf!'G6'111l,Ar1g-ne' 197 Kranz, Charles 199 Krewet, Paulette 195 Kuhlm Mary 188 La Fatta, Bose 192 La Garce, Doug 190 Lamb, James 187 La Plant, Paula 198 La Porte, .Linda Jii Lawrence, Ken 194 Lxwson, Linda 196 Leasck, Gordon 198 Le Fort, Edwald 189 Lewis, Connie 190 Lewis, Mary 187 Licayoli, Hobert 191 Littlefield, Bruce 187 Lobosco, Tony 199 Londoff, Tr,na 191 Lovan, Linda 195 Lowell, Jim 188 Luenstroth, Jim 192 Lynch, Jim 190 MacKenzie, Vickie 187 Mahoney, Mike 188 Mclntosh, Jim 188 Ma1ey,Mike 195 Mannin q, JOE' 194 Marzln, Chris 196 Marzin, Lynn 193 Mason, Bonnie 189 Mattingly, Terry 190 McA1ister, Cynthia 187 McCarthy, Joe 191 McCarthy Peggy 191 McLure, Janice 197 McClure, Marsha 199 McCoy, Debbie 191 Mclitheny, Linda 195 Mc1Ilroy,,Ste-ve 188 MCP-'ar1and,Bonl92 Mahoney, Mike 188 McKamy, George 190 McKellar, Cheryl 187 McLaughlin, William 1323 McLaughlin, Eileen IQQ McLaughlin, Kathy 194 McNames, A1195 1V1CQuay, Gene 193 Meadows, Gillis 198 Messer, Connis 189 Mewes, Karen 194 Meyer, Linda 190 Meyer, Pat 187 Midkiff, Sandra 191 Mikulin, Sharon 195 Milbourn, Bill 197 Millawwy, Michael 199 Miller, Donald 191 Miller, Karen 195 Miller, Terry 288 Mitchell, Debbie. 192 Moeller, Dennis 190 Monat, Don 188 Moncado, Joe 187 Moore, Moore Moore Morak, Morris 1 Daniel 198 Larry 194 Terry 196 John 194 James 196 Morrison, Debbie 198 Moser, Scott 194 Mudd, William 190 Murphy, Maureen 187 Murphy, Pamela 191 Myers, Claud195 - 225 O'Meara, Thomas 198 Nagel, Stephen 197 Naughton, Carol 199 lleander, Sherry191 Nelson, Kenyon 195 Newby, Paul 188 Nichols, Paula 194 Nishi, Nobuo 190 Nivens, Shirley 187 Noll, Bonnie 188 Novak, Julianna 188 Null, Brenda 198 O'Dell, Charles 194 O'Leary, M. 196 Olive, Charlotte 1196 Olsen, Vincent 193 Orlando, Joe 189 Orlando, Sammy 194 Osttander, Susan 190 Otring 189 Panhorst, Robert 187 Parker, Sandra 191 Parnell, David 191 Pendleton, James 197 Perdue, Bonita 191 Perkins, Perle 195 Piieffer, Linda 188 Phillips, Thomas 192 Pierre, Mary 190 Pigago, Kenneth 187 Pike, James 188 Pilkington, John 194 Pikey, Pamela 198 Pinnell, Linda 196 Pisciotta, Walter 193 Poecker, Paul 198 Pott, Joyce 189 Potter, Judy 94 Prater, Calyton 190 Prunkard, Donna Pulley, Ada Joy 191 Quentin, Margie 191 Rabaduex, Catherine 185 Rader, Mary 195 Raeuper, Susan 197 Rands, Ronald 199 Rape-rt, Karen 191 Rane, Sherry 195 Rayburn, Douglas 188 Raymond, Scott 192 Redden, Joseph 190 Redel, Charlotte 187 Riddle, Carroll 194 Riggs, Michael 196 Rincon, Raquel 193 Roberts. Linda 194 Roberts, Danny 189 Roberts, R.188 226 - Robertson, Roger 190 Rodonberg, Diane 191 Roepk e, Mary 195 Rohn, Glenn 199 Rohrback,John 191 Rosinbaum, Larry 195 Ross, Viola 188 Roth, Bill 192 Rothove, Ben 190 Rowland, Susie 187 Rubar, Sharon 188 Ruggeri, Ann 196 Ruhland, Mark 197 Runcie, Rullkoe Craig 198 tter, C. 193 Russell, Julie 193 Ruwe, Georgia 194 Sammon s, D. 187 Sanborn, C. 187 Sanford, Barb 191 Sansone, Gae 195 Sargent, Barry 198 Sarhage, Claudia 197 Sathern, Carol 199 Schaberg, W. 195 Schaper, V. 198 Scherbel, Judy 188 Schieferle, M. 192 Schlegel, K. 190 Schneider, R. 194 Schoen, Steve 198 Schoeneberg, J. 194 Schoenman, C. 197 Schorr, Sue 190 Schottmueller, P. 187 Schottmueller, P. 191 Schottmueller, S., 197 Schowenberdt, L. 197 Sch ranz , Jim 199 Schreiber, G. 191 Schweller, J. 195 Sciaramitaro, G. 188 Seidel, Helga 190 Shamel, Rich 198 Shaw, Sharon 194 Shaw, Reva 198 Shipman, Bill 193 Schoemaker, Lonnie 1 Siess, Masta 194 Siess, Jan 189 Simon, Mary 187 Smith, Charles 195 Smith, Larry 197 Smith, Pat 191 Smith,Murphy 199 Smith, Tim 188 Smith,Warren 192 Sobocinski, K. 187 Sparks, Bill 188 Spavale, Jan 198 Spilker, Linda 199 stahl, David 194 Staley, Rich 196 Stomper, Larry 193 Stanis, Tim 198 Stankovich, C. 198 Stanley, Christi 194 Stanton, Deb 190 Steel, J Steinme Steuer, Stevens Stewart, Stewart, Stoeker, Stokes, oe 187 ier, Bill 191 Mike 197 on,Sylvia 199 Pat 191 Y Rowland 188 Rich 142 Jim 190 Stringer, Lily 187 Stringer, V. 188 Strong, Laurel 198 Swain,L,ar-ry 195 Sweeney, Pqf 193 98 Taylor, 195 Teske, Majorie 189 Theresa, Angela 194 Thomas, Linda 190 Tinker, Susan 187 Tippin, Don 191 Toal, Betsy 195 Toolen, Pat 197 Tracy, Sharon 199 Triechell, Barb 191 Trost, Janet 195 Tucker, Arlie 188 Tucker, Judi 187 Tucker, Lanny Tyler, Ken 190 Valenti, Vicky 187 Vanderiord, M. 198 Verseman, Kirk 194 Verseman, Sue 196 Vette, Glennon 103 Vortriede, Audrie 198 Wagner, Ken 194 Ward, Glenda 191 Ward, Rich 195 Warford, Judy 197 Warner, April 199 Waters, Buddy 191 Watson, Sue 195 Watters, Billie 188 Webb, Randy 192 Webb, Sandra 196 Weinhold, Barb 190 Weisheyer, Rich 187 Weiss, Graq 189 Wells, Barb 198 Wells, Glennon 194 Wetz, Terrance 196 Wetzel, Karen 193 Weyrauch, Rich 198 Wheeler, Paul 191 Whitaker, Alan 189 White, Doug 190 Whyte, Marty 187 Wilbert, Ron 195 Wilcox, Paul 191 Williams, Gary 197 Wilshusen, Deb 195 Wilson, Cecilia 188 Winkler, Linda 192 Winter, Donald 190 Wirtz, Paula 188 Wise, Tim 198 Wood, Doug 193 Wozniak, Carol 194 Wright, Don 194 Wright, James 187 Wroughton, Kathy 191 Wulf, Chris 195 Wylie, Andrea 197 Wyatt, Doug 187 Ygunf, 1301 199 Zlegenfuss, Peter 195 Zinser, Don Zinser, Tim 188 Zuechel, Donald 191 NINTH GRADE Abbott, Maemarie 202 Ahearn, John 214 Ahegfngi Ellefl 204 Allen, David 212 Allen, Laurie 212 Allison, Jerald 208 Allison, 214 Altemueller, John 201 Alton, Charles 212 Amelung, P. 210 Anderson, Diane 211 Anderson, Dorothy 211 Anderson, Dorothy 209 Anderson, Mary 210 Andrews, Dianna 204 Arana, Donold 201 Atkinson, Patricia 206 Aukqmp, Stephanie 209 Ayers, Martin 205 Baker, Terry 203 Ballance, Barbara 212 Bandy, Roscoe 206 Barker, Shirley 205 Barker, Jimmy 202 Barnes, Deborah 202 Barret, Janet 214 Barry, Mike 204 Barry, Mike 204 Barton, Della 204 Bauer, Marian 208 Bauers, Christy 201 Bauers, Christy 201 Bayless, Joleon 211 Bayliss, Deborah 221 Beckham, Ronald 204 Beezley, Linda 214 Behan, William 201 Belclner 202 Bell, B. 201 Bella, Jacqueline 206 Benson, Gregory 202 Benton, Kenneth 205 Berg, Norman 208 Berry, Mara 203 Berryman, David 212 Bethmann, Linda 206 Betty 209 Bialock, Synthia 205 Biggs, Danny 202 Bildner, Georgie 202 Bilzing, Bishop, Jack 204 Bishop, Walter 204 Blanton, Thomas 213 Bliss, Donald 208 Bohroback, A 202 Bock, William 201 Boggs, Roger 211 Bol becher, Joseph 211 Bommarito, Jerone 209 Bone, Michael 210 Borchardt, David 214 Borchardt, William 201 Bawdern, James 205 Bozler, Bruce WPI Bozler, Bruce 208 Brady, Eugene 203 Brantley, Scott 206 Brasier Gary 205 Braun P 201 Breckenridge, Mary 202 Breckle Bobby 202 Bridell, William 214 Britt, Ronald 204 Brooks, Dennise 208 Brown, Michael 211 Brown, E. 201 Broyles, Linda 201 Brown, Clarence 209 Bruebel, P 203 Brugmarz., Richard 209 13rune,'Willi1m 210 Buck, Jeffrey 204 Buermann, Ann 214 Bunting, Patti 201 Burgess, K 206 Burrus, Helen 213 Burton, Roy 213 Bushan, Lawrence 205 Buthe, Raymond 215 Buttery, Michael 208 Cardinale, Frank 201 Casteel, Martha 212 Castleman, Lee 206 Chance, Sharon 202 Chandler, Pat 202 Childs, Deborah 214 Chitty, Lynn 204 Chistofferson, PGQQY 213 Claeys, Deborah 208 Clarice, Paul 208 Clqrk, Sharon 201 Clark, S 214 Cleary, Michael 211 Clounts, Margo 211 Clubb, Karen 201 Clgugefl Barbara 209 Colvert, J. 206 Coe, Sandra 210 Cglel Gary 204 Coleman, 'Thomas 214 Combs, Susan 201 Comer, Kenton 206 Conner, Lawrence 205 Conley, Pierce 209 Cook, Janice 208 Cook, Jerry 211 Cook, 'Tina 203 Coohs, Michael 212 Counts, Ellks 213 Coyne, Patricia 208 Crabtree, Linda 211 Crabtree, Regina 211 Cribbs, Larry 211 Crow, Richard 211 Crutchfield, Michael 209 Curran, Denice 211 Curran, Jeanice 211 Curtis, Diane 310 Darrin, M., 213 Davis, Gregory 203 DeClue, Larry 208 Dehn, Robert 209 Delaney, Victoria 203 Denness, Mary Kay 212 Deuser, Kathleen 206 Diceley 209 Dietemann, Kenneth 205 Dinga, John 202 Dix, Stephen 202 Dockins, Chester 204 Dorsen, Charlotte 215 Dorsen, Donald 201 Dougherty James 211 Douglas, Donald 211 Doyle, Dennis 209 Drake. Pamela 210 Dresner, Joose 204 Dresner, Judith 214 Drinkard, Dsvid 206 Droege, Edward 201 Duncan 211 Eakins, Warren 209 Edwards, Patricia 205 Ehlers, Barbara 208 Eichelberger, GC1il203 Einspanier, 212 Elliott, John 205 Emery, Puala 215 Emich, GGIY 202 Englaender, Donna 204' Essleman, Nancy 213 Evans, John 208 Farr, Carol 210 Farrell, Michael 201 Feast, Carolyn 211 Field, Darrell 211 Fields, David 209 Finkel, Jeffrey 210 Finkelstein, Ricky Fischer, Karl 214 Fish, Alfred 201 FiSh'Frances 206 Fister, John 209 Fleming, John 205 Flicker, W- 203 Fog-1-stef, Richard 203 Foerster, Robert 212 Foy, Jean 205 France, Yvonne 202 French, Gary 204 Freund, Kathy 202 Friedhoff, Eugene 204 Fritzsche, Wayne 213 Frost, Lawrence 208 Fumagalli, James 201 Gales, Lemuel 211 Gallagher, Terry 215 Galvin, James 209 Garland, Randy 210 Garner, Tricean 204 Garofalo, Vicki 214 Garth, Gary 202 201 Gasperoni, Sharon 206 Gebhardt, Faye 209 Geller, Norma 205 Gerhardt, Mike 208 Ciger, Stephen 212 Gill Connie 206 Girard, Lynnie 205 Glasgow, Dana 202 Glass, J. 206 Goevert, Sharon 214 Goldstein, Margaret 202 Goodman, Jayme 214 Graber, Henry 213 Grady, Daniel 208 Grayrn, E. 209 Graham, Robert 201 Graven, Deborah 211 . Greathouse, Stephen 209 Greco, Vito 210 Green, Richard 201 Greenleaf, Stephen 214 Greer, 'Thomas 201 Gross, Terry 209 Grosshelder, Christine 205 Grote, Lisa 208 Guerrant, Jean 212 Haffner, 'Tamara 205 Hahn, David 202 Hallvax, Audrey 212 Hamrick, B. 202 Haney, Dan 214 Hardin, Rachael 215 Harris, Sherry 201 Hartman, Brad 211 Hastlng, Linda' 209 Hauck, Walter 210 Haynes, Debra 214 Hayser, M. 208 Hazer, Cheryl 1201 Hazer, Ray 206 Hearst, Jack 209 Heinicke, Diane 205 Heinz, 211 Helmer, Rolfe 208 Hennessey, Rita 212 Henson, Fred 206 Higgins, 'Tim 202 1-lock, D. 202 Hoechst, Susan 204 Holmes, D. 202 Holt, Jacckie 201. Holtschneider, M. 211 Homeyer, Steven 211 Hooker, Charles 209 Hootselle, Diane 210 Howard, E. 203 Huelskampe, E. 204 Hugger, Jean 214 Hulett, Gary 201 Husband, Jackie 209 Hutchens, William 205 Hutchings, David 208 Hutson, Richard 203 Hyatt, Gary 201 lgentritz, 209 lgram, Betty, 206 1sringhaus,G. 205 Jacobs, Claire 202 Jacobsen, Diana 209 Johno, M. 202 Johnson, SHT. 212 Johnson, Susan 213 Jones, Breado 208 Jones, Cheri 201 Jones, Gerald 211 Kamakas, Nicky 211 Keener, Cheryl 209 Kelley, Pat 204 Kelley, Steve 214 Kennedy, A. 203 Kennedy, Linda 206 Ketcherside, G. 209 Kinealy, Ricky 215 King, Dick 212 Kinnaman, Robert 206 Kleiner, N. 205 Klohr, Charles 205 Klump, P. 210 Knickmeyer, K. 202 Knoop, William 202 Knost, Diana 214 Kremer, Dennis 204 Krieskey, B. 204 Kruger, Kristine 208 Kottkamp, D. 206 Kuhl, Joan 211 Kuhnert, Harry 2. l Lacey, Mike 209 Lampe, Linda 210 Lands, Donnie 204 Landwehr, Tim 214 Lane, Kathy 201 Lankau, 'Tom 206 Lebeau, Gary 208 Lee, Donald 203 Lehman, Londa 212 LeMay, Kathy 206 Leutzinger, C, 212 Licata, Rebecca 205 Licklider, D. 202 Lombardo, Paul 204 Long, Sharon 213 Louys, David 208 Lovell, Velda 211 Lubbers, Joe 201 Ludwig, Cynthia 211 MacDonald, C. 211 Magruder, Lynne 209 Mahoney, Cheryl 210 Manker, Kathy 294 Marler, Jim 214 Marre, Gary 206 Martim Gary 206 Martin, Ken 209 Martin,- Mike 205 Marzorati J. 208 Mathews, G. 203 Matz, Deb 212 Maynard, Butch 206 lV1cCandless,A. 205 McCandless, Carol 202 McCarthy, MCIYY 202 McColm, Linda 214 McCormick, J. 204 McCormick, K. 213 McCourt, Mike 208 McCown, G- 213 McCul1ison, D. 201 McDonald, Maureen 211 McGurthy, Sandra 209 Mclntosh, Jim 210 McKCly, Mike 204 Mclvlillan, Sue 201 McNotron, Rob 206 MCQuay, Deborah 209 Medlock, Jim 205 Melchior, Debra 208 Mercier, Kathy 203 Meyer, Ronnie 212 Milbourn, A. 204 Miller, Dan 205 Millikan, Grace 202 Mincer, Mark 212 Miner, Harold 208 Mintman, Larry 202 Mirablla, Toni 214 Mitchell, C. 204 Moeller, Jackie 204 Moore, Jeff 213 Moore, Linda 208 Moore, Sue 201 Morgan, Karen 211 Morgan, Ken 209 Morrissey, L. 210 Morrow, Roger 204 Mueller, John 201 Mueller, Peg 206 Mundell, Pam 209 -Murphy, Lely 203 Murphy, Mike 205 Myers, Pam 203 Naes, David 206 Nardi, A. 202 Naughton, M. 214 Neiman, S. 206 Nelling, David 214 Nepute, Jim 204 Nesslein, Rich 214 Neubaure, C. 214 Newton, Steve 208 Niehoff, Tom 201 Nolan, Pam 121 Null, Norma 211 - 227 O ermoeller D 211 O'Br1en Ellen 209 O'Brlen Ray 210 Oechsner C 204 Oressey A 5 ' ullzvan Barb o N Owens A c1a 205 Owens Don 212 Pa azzolo, D 208 Papendick Steve 203 Parmenter V 202 Parrs Rrch 212 Parker Carroll 206 Parrlno Mary 213 Parrxsh Peg 204 Parchln Denn1s 213 Pav1a Annette 208 Peeler Trudy 201 eters Ed 21 eters J1m 2 etersen J l31atan1da Jim 208 P1d1ak1s Sam 210 Pxetrowske Dan 204 e Rrta Pngel Jane 212 Pxschel Davrd 201 P ts Vrcky 6 Pointer R ch 205 Powersk L. 06 Prrce Mmke 205 P1ce Pat 6 Proffer Marsha 201 Prosser L1nda 202 Prosser Sharon 202 Pruett Charles 204 Puckett Nancy 204 Pursley Davzd 213 Raeuper Steve 208 aey H Rauch Gary 211 Raue Debble 209 Raymond Mark 210 Reed Steve 204 Rertmeyer Kathy 201 Reynolds 1..lnda 209 Rhea Don 205 Rlchardson G 0 Rrles Dlana 203 Rlordan Mlcheld 212 R1ordan Mlchele 212 Robertson 6 Robrnson Shxrley 205 Rogers Karlyn 202 Rowold Kathy 213 Russell Pam 201 an Dan 21 an Joey 21 106 120 tftsf Sachse Larry 209 Saganxs Cathy 210 Salas Kathy 204 S e 'Tom 214 Sansone Genee 205 Sargent Mike 206 Saxton John 209 Scannell Mary 205 Sc aefer J 8 c affner J Schalk R1ch 203 Schglk Walter 206 Schenkel, G 212 Sc lueter M 205 Schmldt Candy 206 Schm1dt Schmldt Dick 205 Schmrdt Guy 212 Sghopp Alv1n 202 Schrandt Mary 202 Schultz 'Thomas 202 Sc werdt J 4 Schwertzer Steven 214 Serthel Drann 208 Sexuar Mary 201 Shepard Pat 211 Shepherd Dale 211 Sherrlll Bruce 209 err11l D Shoemaker, R 204 S onrght K 203 S1egel Cathy 214 Simpson Kathy 201 S1mpson Rich 204 Stngen Deborah 206 Szssom Donna 209 xon J Slaughter Ron 212 Smith Cathy 208 Smzth Carol 295 Smith Smlth Woody 205 Smith, Ke th 212 Smxth Ronald 206 Smlth Samuel 208 Smlth Vickxe 205 Smltherman Charles 202 Snodgrass Deborah 202 Sparks 205 Spencer Charles 204 Sperry Darryl 204 Splllman James 208 Sp1tzfaden June 208 Spooner Kevxn 214 Spooner 201 Stafford Joyce 211 Stamer Deborah Stanfill Sharon 214 Stanton Charles 209 Steckert Peggy 210 Steelman Thomas 204 Steiner Deborah 214 Stewart, Karen 201 Story Dennrs 209 Story L.1nda 206 Stover Clyde 208 Stranz Larry 212 Strlegel Dianne 206 Strueblng Dennls 205 Stuart Barbara 202 Sullivan Diane 204 ul1van V Sulhvgn Thomas 208 Summe S 214 ap1.a R 2 Ta 1r James 201 Tallent, Leonard 211 'Tapy Janet 211 Tarvm Willram 209 Taylor Mlchael 210 Tenshler Feedle 204 Teske David 214 Thornton Mary 201 T1 le: Ann 209 Tinker Trpprn Trptorl Tocco Tocco 'Tosto Treece Dorothy 206 Syndr1a 212 Janet 205 Vztina 203 S 203 Vflrlgent 212 Donna 205 Trentmann Robert 202 Tschappat Susan 202 Tucker Bonnle 214 Tucker Ronald 204 Turner John 214 Thompson M 206 'Toerster T' 208 Turner Wrllxam 201 Turner Susan 208 Valentr Angle 2 Vallee, FI'CX1'1lC 209 Vandeford Llnda 210 Van G1esen,C WPI Van M111 Davld 204 Ven John 214 V t Janey 201 Voepel, Randy 206 Vogler Nancy 212 Voss Earlene 205 Wa dt Pau 208 Walker Gary 203 Wallace Kathleen WQW Wallace Nancy 205 Walter Barbara 212 Wamsganz Kirk 202 Wandllng Raymond 214 Ward Cynthxa 204 Ward Susanne 213 Warner, J e 01 Warren 211 Waterman D 214 Watson Jane 211 Watts Donna 2 Webb Franny 210 Webb James 204 Weber Harry 214 Weber Pat 201 Wextkamp Constance 209 Welch Michael 202 We d M 06 Wells Kexth 205 Werder Dolores 208 Whelan Patrxcxa 203 Whltaker Richard 206 White Nancy 205 Whitley Linda 202 Wleda Davld 201 Wxld Bonnie 212 Wiley Saundra 205 W1lliams Mrchael 212 Wrlkenlng Donna 202 Williams Shirley 204 Wllmsmeyer Dor1s 214 Wxlson Sharon 213 Wxpke Denny 201 Wrrts Michael 211 Wlsdom Rodney 2 l Wolsey Nedra 210 Wood Lxnda 204 204 Wood Sandra 212 Woodward Mark 206 Work Karen 209 Wotrlnq Glorra 215 Wyman Wxlliam 203 Z11-bas Barbara 202 Zuweller Bonlta 202 Zwelfel Donald 214 Zamudlo Irma 212 Zeeh, 'Thomas 206 Zernblidge Dxane 105 Z1el1nsk1 Geraldine 202 208 212 1101 2 11112 ll we M001 1210 D , , I 1 O 2 , I , J. al , I 1 I l ' . , . 20 ' ' . 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