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Page 187 text:
Thirty-six Junior students have a cummulative grand point average of 3.65 or better and were therefore invited to become Provisional mem¬ bers of the JUNIOR NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY, some for their second year. Tandy Niemann was elected as Junior Assistant Teasurer. Junior members were in charge of the reception at the National Honor Society Induction Ceremony. Junior National Honor Society Members: Row 1: Nancy Nielsen. Tandy Niemann. Liz Palicki, Mike Reid. David Rubovits, Lisa Strieter, David Timmer, Lynn Wheelan, Chris Wickline, and Paul Wiener. Row 2: Lisa Hatlett. Sue Henneman. Tim Hurlbutt. Cindy Johnson, Kevin Johnson, Mary Beth Klatt, Chris Lear, Roxanne Mier, and Dawn Miles. Row 3: Cheryl Andrews, Darlene Bartell, Julie Carius, Nita Carver, Mary Cullison. Glenn Elston, Terry Engholm. Kelly Fackel, and Elizabeth Hanson. Missing members: Barry Boehm, Denise Brown, Angie Dasso, Tammy Dennis, Jeanie Kittleson, Chad Larson, Jack Leiby, and Teresa Smith. Junior National Honor Society 18:
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Sophomore National Honor Society Members: Row 1: Mika Atkins. Paula Caras. Kristan Cockerill. Eric Detwiler, Beth Duin. Mary Edwards, Shari Ekstrom, Tricia Elston. Sharon Gold, Marcos Herrera, and Cheryl Hutting. Row 2: Susan LeBow, James Lemkau, Marian McCart, Alan Marble, Mike Pearson, Susan Petrilli, Robin Robinson, Sarah Sohl, Michael Spector, and Harry Theus. Row 3: Terry Tingle. Jonathon Tweet, Andrea VanHook. Richard Witmer, and Kristin Young. Missing members: Kim Spear, Kathleen Thompson, Noel Vickers, and David Whan Thirty sophomore students had a cummulative grade point average of 3.65 or better and were therefore invited to become provisional mem¬ bers of the SOPHOMORE NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY. They selected Sarah Sohl as the sophomore assis¬ tant treasurer. The sophomores were in charge of ushering at the National Honor Society Induction Ceremony. ' 182 Sophomore National Honor Society
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Members of Senior National Hon¬ or Society were: ROW 1: B. Aden. V. Armstrong, D. Attwood. R. Ausdal, D. Ballard, T. Beasley, M. Beckmann, J. Be- Duhn. A. Bibee, J, Birrell, L. Braner, R. Carpentier, ROW 2: M, Cutler. J. Druhl, D. Grant, J, Gil¬ liam, L. Hegg, S, Howell. A. Ho- zak, C. Janecke, J. King, K, Ko- tecki, L. Krakovec, M. Lemkau. ROW 3: S. Levin, L. Sieged, D. Mirr, M. Morrison, S. Munday, T. Niemann, M. Pauwels, P. Roilly, K. Ribbeck, S, Robertson, D. Robin¬ son, S. Robinson, ROW 4: L. Schlenker, S. Linn, P. Sohl, D. Spector, M. Staes, L, Tobin, C. Verhille. R. Williams, C. Wilson, T. Yazbec, A. Yokas, S, Young Missing from pictures were: R. Bannas, M. Kulp, I. McLaughlin. Fifty-one Senior students have a cummulative grade point average of 3.65 or better and have submit¬ ted an application for full member¬ ship into the SENIOR NATIONAL HON¬ OR SOCIETY. These applications in¬ dicate the ways in which the appli¬ cants have served their school and their community during the high school days. Each applicant also has the endorsement of three teachers, Officers elected to serve the Na¬ tional Honor Society — full member¬ ship are: President —Shelley Linn Secretary-Jean Gilliam Treasurer-Mike Staes Twenty-five seniors have a cummu¬ lative grade point average of 4.00 or better and are therefore listed in the " HIGH HONORS " group for the school year 1980-81. High Honors graduates of the Class of 1981 were: ROW 1: L, Sieged, R. Ausdal. T. Beasley. BeDuhn, A. Bibee, L. Braner, R. Carpentier, D. Grant. ROW 2: L. Hegg, A. Hozak, K. Kotecki, S. Lev S. Linn, T. Niemann, M. Pauwels. D. Robinson. ROW 3: S. Robinson, A. Aden, P. Sohl, D. Spector, Tobin. C. Vernille. C. Wilson. T. Yazbec. Missing from picture is: R. Bannas. 184 Senior National Honor Society High Honors
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