Thornton Fractional South High School - Postscript Yearbook (Lansing, IL)

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..'Q- .I Frank Kruder Jr 8872 Noelme Avenue Sprung Valley CA 92077 X 'vmfs zu l Qovfjf iE'dFlj59MP7QfDDN KWWMVEWQZN QQWQW M iw ff M Qfwyf wk NW jVkj05gJyi'ip:y6b , 6, GBX , pQy,K jdkif' ?gf,fWpg05NjPJCQglcW3xM 52553 ff 4 W 90? K bm. My WN Oyypyfjf, H0215 H32 M Hvggwjf yffffiffff WM qs. . ' Thornton Fractional South is a growing adolescent. In ten brief years, it has doubled in size, from 1000 stu- dents and 56 teachers to 1850 students and 100 teachers. The school first opened its doors in the Spring of 1958. Even though there was a split between schools, many problems did not arise. Half of North's faculty was sent to South. Of the twelve members of the Double Sextet at North, eleven were from Lansing, and they formed the nucleus of the organization with only one new member. The Meistersingers were carried over from North with the northern branch changing their name to Northernaires. The Carnival-Stage Show was shared equally between schools with North retaining the Carnival and South receiving the Stage Show. It was christened Fractional Follies and debuted in 1958. The first years at South were years of organization. The Seniors of the class of '59 were given the task of picking the school song, colors, and starting many of the clubs and traditions. There was a large amount of campaigning for school colors with the choice being "orange and blue", "red, white, and black", and the chosen "red and gray." The title of "Rebels" was adopted almost unanimously by the entire student body and the Confederate Hag became the schoolls emblem. The original school song, written by a group of seniors, was sung to the tune of "Dixie" Oh we come from the South and we're called the Rebels. We are fighting, feuding devils, Fight away, fight away, fight away, TF South. When they see us come they all quivver. When we win tonight we'll fry their liver, Fight away, fight away, fight away, TF South. . When they see our team a coming, They shout, "Look out!" For there is no team that makes them squeam like our fightin', feuding Rebels. Fight rough, fight tough, Let's win tonight you Rebels. Fight right, with might, Let's win tonight you Rebels. The first Homecoming was in the fall of 1960, but the first Homecoming queen, janet Day, did not reign until 1961. Homecoming was sponsored by the new Student Council which had grown from the Presidential Ad- visory Board that had first been organized at the split. South Clubs organized quickly during the first years. Mrs. Ruth Hale Canaga sponsored the first chapter of the National Honor Society which also bore her name. Girls' Club transferred from North with a complete board headed by Gail Emlund who had been Vice- President at North. The club was sponsored by Miss janet Wenzell. When North's Girls' Athletic Club QGACQ branched to South it became affiliated with the national organization and became GAA. The 1959-60 school year saw the beginnings of FTA, FBLA, Pep Club, and hall monitors. Unique to South were Spanish Club, German Club, and Russian Club. Prom was, and is, the greatest highlight of the school year. South's first prom was held in 1959. The first After-Prom party sponsored by Parentls Club was given after this prom. Sports at South were combined with North until 1959. Our first football game was a Friday afternoon bout at Bremen, with a tie score of 13-15. Coach John Padgen headed the first team. Booster Club also started that year. The athletic "derby" was carried over from North which had been taken from East Chicago-Roose- velt's idea. Joe jurecki, class of 1965, was the only athlete to win the athletic derby as a junior. South be- longed to the South Suburban Conference until it split to form the SESC QSouth-East Suburban Conferencej which our school joined. South is obviously changing with age. This issue of the "Postscript" is also celebrating its anniversary. South's annual was almost called the "merrimac" after the famous Civil War battleship. We wish to express our gratitude to Linda Elias, 1965 assistant "Postscript" editor, Mr. joseph Hyde, Miss Carol Bendell and also the following editorsg Becky Bonnar, underclass, Liz Kersten, seniors, Kathy Neumann, ad manager, and Paul Warn, sports. We hope that, upon viewing this yearbook, you, too, will see why we have adoptedas our motto and theme, "A change of routine." xjzlwb zftfeff M LBML- Jak Table of Contents a change of routine dedication activities . . clubs ...... sports ..... faculty .... underclass seniors .... ads ..... so ooo,. ,,.,...v.. .pp , , W In dedication to . . Miss Anna Schmidt has taught at Thorn- ton Fractional High Schools for 40 years. She served as Dean of Women at North for seven years. We will always remem- ber her for her dedication both to the schools and to the kids. Mr. Wilbur Petree was one of the giants of prep coaching in the Greater Midwest. He died on November 16, 1968 after many years of service to North and South as both a coach and a teacher. Ken Qualls, 11 member of the class of '69, moved to Lansing from Joshua, Texas in 1965. He died December 27 of last year at Wesley Memorial Hospital in Chicago. Captain Henry Szymborski, Lansing's juvenile Officer, died on February 25, 1969, after many years of continuous work for the youth of Lansing. His film library, geared to teenagers and their problems, will be a continuing memorial to his efforts. Mrs. Lucy Wfoods died September 10, 1968. She had served as social counselor at South and North since 1957. She came to our district after working at a Chicago welfare agency and serving as a social worker for family court. activities . A-'f- n l ' ,., I 'ttf - 1 nv' QW? V . fm! f 5 S, 4 ws l 5 4 Elm x haw t Mm Z K. i 2. Prom King and Queen and Court: Bob Dwyer, Karen Follmar, Dean Wai-d, Sharon Brewer, Queen Darlene Lintz, june jabaay, Tom Kirsch, King Pat McNary, Debbie Cable, jim Vliek, 2 'Tlleurs de Parisv est tre's bien. Debbie Kazmierowski and escort Lee Fetscher enter the prom. Dimly lit sidewalk cafes were filled with elegantly attired couples. Soft music floated on a wispy breeze, scented by hundreds of spring flowers. Nearby, couples strolled in front of quaint french shops or danced under a sparkling canopy. King Pat McNary and Queen Darlene Lintz reigned over the fairytale kingdom. Such was "Fleurs de Parisn, prom of 1968. The city of Paris was recreated by the class of 1969 under the leadership of prom co-chairmen Linda Illo and Bob Collins. QV' is it 9 ' s ff 1 rf- fr? 2 f Karen Krygier serves punch to a happy couple. W f ' " , 522 sr 2 f is ' is ,f , Q 4 f f K9 W W 'Y f W I ,, 5 Wd! 5 if ' s f 12 Y M X K 1. Wg ,.,,., ,, kgs ' LL x M Q? f J f we M af me Ar H434-Q f x K lipids. Prom Co-chairman Bob Collins places a crown on the King Pat McNary receives his crown from Prom Co head of Queen Darlene Lintz. chairman Linda Illo. The spirit of "Fleurs de Paris" permeates the atmosphere of prom. 'Wa ix Off 1968 Homecoming Court and escorts Chris Beies Bud jenkins Carol Mizanin. Harry Smith, 1967 Queen Debbie Cable. Rich Krilich, 1968 Queen Diane Vfatts Lettermen s Club president Chuck Haddock Donna Torgerson Dick Weber, Judy Gasquoine, Len Rompca. Diane Watts reigns over 196 Homecoming. Triumphant, the Soph, class officers are awarded the trophy for the best float. An exciting weekend is climaxed by the Homecoming Dance, "Rebel Rebeleef' gb x 1 1 E 5 Q. ' I fj 4 E' igkfkl gfwf , S 5, 5 j Q S 544 3 .X 1 Students dance to traditional folk music at International Christmas Party. Choral Concert accompany the yuletide season Russian students serve delicacies while dr esse d in authentic costumes. The Christmas spirit is echoed by Double Sextette at Christmas Choral Concert, Mrs. Fuka leads the Advanced Girl's Chorus in a Christmas Carol. 5 M . A . , Q . 'fd , 29-..4 1 1 f 2 a S V Q . . g f 1 6 Rx Q Tl X Ex A 5 m, R wk 35' 'i .1 -J Ad is 5 -xi il .Y S 5? I Y 25? Safe ' MX i . ff' -, ,Q , w W W ..M. Rosencrantz and Guildenstern are wary as they scan the ship for remaining pirates. Four of the Tragedians limber up while awaiting their cues, Mike Wagner and Mark Gapinski, two spies, present a letter to the king of England. f--1 Linda Piaskowy, Kathy johnson, Becky Bonnar and Sheila Whitehead portrayed four Musicians. 'T 'W gf fylkx 3 f? a , was Wink The starting lineup from Patricia Stevens, Hammond Branch. Quafgepmilefg rome in for the finish. Faculty Walks over the letterman, 56-34. Reverend Hyde is accosted by the in- famous Pit, S' i BT i Cheerleaders get carried away by the irresistible charms of Ed fOld Proj Schocke. fOr is it the other way around?J Jerome O'Drobinak and sweetie Pretty Patti Pdtter prove they're not just strang- ers in the night. rings!! 19 t . . ,, .. N , K K ..., Q ,F .. if L , I,-0 ,R 1 u s- .,.. , 51 A' 'Fi 1 . ,, .,.. , -Q, :- - . -' 1 55, K pf-t .. 1,1-Q: K 1 '55 ,Y t, M y s N A '1 ffiltiett ' I K .gl V A Q .. we f1ww'ik,,L,g, 1'MM1st " N " -. , wwe wwf .i'RlX.s.w- Q-. vi F j 9-www we ,N :wk 1,--fx ,. :fsgfiigiiix .ta A 3' 1 ' C xuflfiili-Mtiietw fmmwt' 'WSW . L HC candidateg Chris Beres. HC canclidateg jucly Gasquoine. HC Candidate! Carol Milanin. i fs, Y z fit. s. w a i iu , .. J- wgiE'9.5..5kfr?t X K L V Wi. f X 'E 'fbi rg'- - l flfx' ff--, fi "Q l HC candidateg Donna Torgerson, Southeast Suburban All-Conference first-string football choicesg Bruce Quenzler, jim Christiansen, Harry Smith, and Ron DeValk. Bruce was also chosen TFS Most Valuble. Homecoming Queen Diane Watts' Rebels honored in school and in competition. Ron Relich frightj as seen in the role of Guilden- Foreign exchange students Gerd Kohler of Austria and Lena Eskioo of stern from the tour play displays the talent that won Sweden spent this year at TF South. him the SESC Best Actor Award. 20 It's Academic Team and Alternatesg Bottomg Nancy Hekkema, alternate, Thelma McKechnie, Phyllis Kuhl, alternate. Top, jerry Fritz, captain, Ron Schultz, Greg Polanski, alternate. t Wag X x E..- Ifdll .,..,,.-A.. .,.-..L....- -f a.L,. I..J--,.,..,l,t..p CA...J.v Tl-A,.-,...,.. Tfxfn Dnrn mi S .watt Q F 'Q' fa ' f it rf X .K , S , as H .,-f'.r-fgggige ,. , f .:.q,g.g-kwmrgfrs 7- 7 f- .XX K- I 'gi 7 ,L 71 Z: ' W L ' ,, ,W it W fr . . - 35,1 4 of' S x ,vfgize-1 , . feng? ' - , . Senior Jerry Fritz performed in the NBC special, "The New Performers." j' i . fi 4' 1 N! N' ffi5fXf,fi,flf t S J - s J Z sffl 3 S itjjjfftgttt .,, -7, K- Ez of PF . -W' ,g...i, is - ij: T, 9 . Mi Silt 'S if , , BMS,-NQ gk, g 2 : WYE - Q ' -.. v.,v 4 A f E Fw ' I . S s 1 " Lf gf 5 2 f., DAR candidates and award' Linda Illo Chris Beres, award, Gasquoine. , , Judy v Foreign Exchange student from TFS to Valuable, brought honors to South. I i Sweden, Julie Milikin- 21 22 Student campaigns and elections were held in Nov., coinciding with the national elections. At South, Nixon won. Weeks promote spirit, fun, and relaxation. Underclass editor Becky Bonnar and co-editor Kathy Miller sell Sue Rebels showed their true nature on Dornbrowski a 1969 Postscript. Sadie Hawkins Day, Smith Soul was sent to North's cafeteria in the form of this car . 1- fi f"Wl'Z'w I ZAJ, , ii 7'lf"53 ' . 1 l fs Q 2 3 5 a if new i,smQ72 H f fi SNQ Bob Oderwald leads the charge as another roundball contest is about The care free life of the hall monitor is to start. exemplified by Al Greenfield. This junior Class car wash was one of many money making projects for the 1969 Prom. S 9 153 fi' 2 ' Rebel players ham it up on Tour. Cheerleaders invoke spirit at Rebel pep assembly Crutches and casts were 21 typical sight when you gazed clown the halls this year. 26 clubs f V,,., w.,kZ3E,:5g,,:,i',,i, ,,V, Seniors: row lg Mrs. Soros, Peggy Peacock, Kathy Orban, Liz Kersten, Mary Zych, Louise Kohut, Pat Walsh, Kathy Miller. Row 2g Linda Illo, Sue Meyers, Nancy DeBoer, Debbie Miller, Debbie Ruth, Diana Moore, Chris Beres. Row 3, Linda Jensen, Nancy Hekkema, Thelma McKechnie, Debbie Freeman, Sue Schultz, Marilyn Stone, Chris Markiewicz, Kathy Nelson, Barb Sroka. Row 4, Anne Hildebrand, Tony Nadasdy, Bill Haub, Greg Polanski, Larry Johnson, Ed Kubic, Carol Brauer, Pat Sartini. Row 5g Joe Pasquarella, Frank Mazocco, Wayne Brumn, Steve Wahlert, Bill Conley, Ron Schultz, Bob Collins, jerry Fritz, Bob Regman. Not pictured, Linda Krygier, Marilyn Rea, Judy Wrzesinski. Character, Scholarship, Leadership, and Service are leadership of judy Wrzesinski, the tutoring program the standards of the Ruth Hale Canaga Chapter of the was continued. Through this program, many students National Honor Society. This year, forty-three seniors received assistance in their studies. and ten juniors were chosen for the society. Under the NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY We know the "honorable" intentions of these members. 28 nf, N 9 Y Wwe! 4 I S 1 5' ' ,SS A.,- i 3 li. g, V. as 8 K N. 'X X t , gr- X -W5 v? ' if , J ' k T 'mN55QYL . AiIf:'f?f'- - f 5 KI 14. X S .11- 4 - 1: 2:41 zwgbiief. -f xx A fl .k.X , .X Tk. N ,, E AQ! 4 4 ,, X, I I, I Si - 73 BIAV I 3 ,5 ,, 'H V- .A VE y ,,- -W , , V W, M V 'W as MQ :MM 1165 1 , ay ,, 5' Q' A 'Q gif' "A wx? Officers: Linda Jensen, V. Pres.g Mr. Cooper, Sponsorg Anne Hilde- brand, Sec'y-Treas.g Judy Gasquoine, Pres. Student Council projects benefit man . Student Council has been very busy this year working and serving others besides their usual activities. They strived and reached their goal this year of 351,000.00 to build a school in Iran through the Peace Corps. November 18-22 was declared "Citizenship Week". Student Council held a Salvation Army clothing drive and sold tags to buy Thanksgiving Day dinner for a needy family. During the Christmas season they pro- moted a campaign to "Send a card to a soldier in Viet- nam." Student Council members took candy, gifts, and good cheer to the Bethany Home in Hammond. Council is going to send a check annually to support the Beth- any Home. Once again Student Council sponsored the T.F.S. Homecoming, assemblies, and Follies. "Up, Up, 81 Away", the 1969 Fractional Follies brings back many happy memories. The computer dance may have found your "ideal date." Student Council hosted a S.E.S.C. Student Council Exchange Day in February. Sophomores: Kathy Baker, Peggy Jensen, Joyce Scheidt, Cindy Twardosz, Debbie Higgins, Janet Neumann. si it if .fs i-S E E E t 3 if 'Q " ga evils. xs. ig Q S ' f, K f S, , A ..A, 1 ..i.. . qw. ww, ww Seniors: Debbie Ruth, Liz Freshmen: Seatedg Kathy O Dell Pat Banet Pat Piekarski Standing Karen Alessi, Claudia Jensen 'N-Y? 5.-' juniors: Chris Todd, Laurie Steinbach Sue Dombrowski Sheila llns Kathy Aloia K Girls' Club Officers: Mrs. Beare, Sponsorg Liz Kersten, Vice-Presidentg Linda lllo, Presidentg Kathy Nelson, Vice-President, Robin Tiltges, Secre- tary. Not picturedg Carol Sommerfeld, Treasurer. Girl's Club, a non-profit, service organization, helped many people this year. Girl's Club has hosted several teas this year. Lena, our foreign exchange student from Sweden, was honored early in the year with a buffet dinner for her, Mrs. Eggert, and the Girl's Club Board. The National Honor Society Open House was spon- sored by Girl's Club. Their annual tea, to honor a T.F. South faculty member, was held this year for Miss Temple. The junior and senior girls were honored at their respective teas this spring. "Christmas Is Love" was the theme of this year's Sophomore Board: Joyce Yellina, Barb Traver, Barb Smirnoitis, Pam Miller. Girl's Club Dance. A semi-formal, girl-ask-boy affair, the Girl's Club Dance always provides fun and ex- citement for all. They helped the March of Dimes campaign this year by going door to door to collect contributions in an area of Lansing. Annual events that Girl's Club sponsors are the Big n' Little Sister Party, Mother and Daughter Party, Dad and Daughter Night, and selling candy at all home games. 32 X R junior Board: Kathy Archer, JoAnn Jensen, Barb Hildebrand, Laurie Steinbach, Donna Schmidt, Edith Lange, Nancy Illo, Sue Dombrowski. South Girls Aid Through GC Freshman Board: Polly Camalick, Candy Coyle. I 1 5 5 5 Senior Board: Frontg Pat Padjen. Backg Louise Kohut, Debbie Tegtmcyer, Pat Walsh. Not picturedg Kathy Neumann. Dramatics Club: row 13 Connie Troinar, Tom Ramsey, Marcia Andersen, Shirley Greer, Linda Piaskowy, Pat Machtemes. Kim Milazzo, Margaret Sumpter, Laurel Smith, Lorrie Ross, Sherry Wlritelmead, Kerry Dunivan. Row 23 janet Klawitter, Laura Morgan, Pat McHugh, Michelle Borck, Mark Gapinski, Cindy Perrin, Roberta Porter, Mike Wagner, Kathy johnson, Paul McVickers, Debby Frye, Sherry Orban, Row 33 Maryann Necastro, jeannie Eddins, Barb Higbee, Naney Peterson, Rosemary Boss, Bill Hastings, jon Windlrauser, Terry Brown, Larry Fields, Bob Paswinski, Tom Mills, Lynn Freeman, Martha Berda, Debbie Watson. DC members excel in dramatic arts . . . Rebel players ham it up in Flora, one of many stops on four. 34 Stage Crew: row Ig Chris Todd, Sally Gericke, Laurie Rappatta. Row 2, Dan Schaberg, John Link, Don Jayne, Stage Manager. Row 33 Mike Wagner, Sally Sumpter, Mike Baldershwiler. Row 4, jo Ann Wfesterhoff, Evelyn Neier. And advance to a National Thespian Society: row 11 Tom Ross, Recorder, Debbie Ruth, Secretary, Frank Mazocco, Pres., Sherry jastrzab, Treas.g Linda Rago, I-listoriang Marilyn Stone, Recorder. Row 23 Bill Conley, Vice Pres., Jaci Perkins, Becky Bonnar, Sally Sumpter, Carol Bendell, Barb A successful musical, "Guys and Dolls", a winning play, "Rosencrantz and Guildenstern are Dead," and the annual tour are the normal activities of DC and NTS. Along with this, the clubs collected gifts to give to a hospital and went on field trips into Chicago to various first run movies. For the first time, DC had a follies act. They showed their skills in their version of the musical "Hair" The four day tour left many memories, such as, Pij and Fij in Edwardsville, the dance in Flora, and the confiscation of Mac Murphy. higher position in . Smirniotis, Lynda Willer. Row 33 Brent Brinkman, Jack Weirs julie Gustafson, Dave Palenik, Barb Conley, Ron Relich, Martin Lane john Link, jeanne Mitchell, Don Jayne, Marlene Koster, Kathy Nelson jerry Fritz. 5 .R Yx i ,. Xia KJV' ax is 6 35 Kunka Kids: kneelingg Marilou Van Laningham, Ron Relich, Jim Pienkowski, Marilyn Rea, Melinda Stinnet, Kathy Baker, john Van Drie, Linda Willer. Standingg Harry Smith, Bill Conley, Frank Mazzocco, jerry Fritz, jack Wiers, Teri Pasquerella, joe Schmitz, Tom Ross, Debbie Sowinski. Speech and Debate have a victorious '69. Sixty-nine was a year of tirsts for both Debate and Speech. Trophies added' up as Rebels chalked up the victories and team spirit soared, At the SESC meet, South took all the trophies except one. This year, South has two state qualifiers. Senior Jerry Fritz went in original monologue and Sophomore Marilou Van Laningham went in original oration. The Varsity Debate team of Chris Wfiedman, Ron Doeve, jan Dillon, and Ron Schultz won great honors this year. An experienced team will return next year because only one of the four is graduating this spring. For the first time, South had enough participants to have two speech teams. The Kunkas success is mainly attributed to hours of hard work. With a lot of under- class talent, they are looking for bigger and better years to come. Duces: kneeling: Art Wiers, Carol Mageral, Sally Sumpter, Darlene Clausius, Barb Smirniotis, Diane Galanis, joyce Yellina, Maris Napoli, Brenda Moore, Sheila Elias. Standing, Neal Hught, Mike Xlfallace, Ted Schultz, Brent Brinkman, Carla Simpson, janet Ambry, Kathy johnson, Nancy King, Sue Marsteller, Suzy Klucher. 36 NFL Officers: Seated, Sheila Flias, vice-president, Marilou Van Laningham, secretary. Standing: Mr. Nick Bobis, Debate coach, Ron Schultz, treasurer, Blll Conley, president, jerry Fritz, recorderg Mr. Rick Menozi, Speech coachg Mr. Dennis Mlynarcik, assistant speech coach. Students achieve honors in F L. Marilyn Rea holds victory symbol, the Kunlxa doll. National Forensic League: row lg Melinda Stinnet, Kathy Baker, Maris Napoli, john Van Drie, Lynda Willer, Sheila Elias, Mike Jacobson. Row 23 Ron Relich, Nancy King, Ruth Erickson, Sue Klucher, Sally Sumpter, David Banet, Art Wiers. Marilyn Rea, Barbara Smirniotis. Row 3g Teri Pasquerella, jack Wiers, joe Schmitz, Tom Ross, janet Dillon, Debbie Sowinski, janet Amhry. Kathy Johnson, Fred Morgenthaler, Marilou Van Laningham. Row 43 Ted Schultz, Mike XVallace, Mark Schumann, Donald Zebraukus, Jayme Rice, john Sterk, Bob Baran, Brent Brinkman, jim Rnsinia. 38 Spanish Club: row 1, Mary Ann Kuipers, Candy Coyle, Janice Fiedler, Janice Wgiugli, Joyce Yellina, Karen Peterson. Row 2, Terri Evans, Nancy McGeau, Maribeth Lindquist. Janet Darlington, Penny Robertson, Nancy Carlson. Row 3, Barbara Gardner, Cindy Blank, Lynn lidelstein, Susan Lkucher, Effie Smith. Row 45 Wanda Poplawslci, Rosemary Zitelc, Becky Bonnar, Debbie Rose, Nancy King. Row 5, Lynn Bricco, Coralei Postma, Kathy Schaberg, Marilyn Vickers, Row 6, Karen Felgenhauer, Debbie Bauer, Laurie Berggren, Gail Bulla, Jana Wforlsey. Sue Brown. Row 7, Tom Gosciei, Jeff Hamblin, Debbie Miller, Judy Vajda, Alice Zorka, Sharon Okeley, Diana Moore. Spanish Club is one of the most active. Carnival, the Dead Party, a hay ride, and numerous outings hlled the Spanish Club's agenda this year. ln- terest and learning ran high, and members had a very rewarding time in this active organization. Officers: lillen L. Fogle, Presg Miss Beyer, Sponsorg Pam Elman, Secretaryg Michelle Linn, V. Pres. 39 Russian Club Officers: Seatedg Chris Moeller, V-Pres.g Linda Brennan, Pres. Standingg David Victor, Sec'y,g Glen Cox, Treas.g Mrs. Whyte, Sponsor. Movies, lectures, parties, and the most important activity in any club, the field trip, filled the year of TF South language clubs. Participation was excellent in all organizations and the members agreed that interest was exceptional. An epidemic of underground newspapers emerged overnight and stayed all year. The advent of the newspapers showed a new spirit of South students in their language clubs. The highlight of the year was the Christmas season when all the language clubs com- bined their efforts for the second annual International Christmas Party. Latin Club Officers: Seated, Anne Hildebrand, V-Pres. Standingg Thelma McKechnie, Sec'y.3 Carol Bobic, Treas.g Mr. Benedict Gulassa. Sponsor. Not pictured: Pat Sartini. Pres. Latin Club: First Rowg Bill Banet, Felisha Cossler, David Banet. Second Rowg Suzette Panger. Paul McVicker, Pat DiFilippo, Pam Mills. Stand- ingg Pat Banet, Nancy Goranowski, Rosemary Waink. Art Banet, Tom Sailor, jean Duzek, .Ioan Meilleur, Karen Krygier. Barb Sroka, Chris Markiewicz, Jayme Rice, Larry Peres. 40 German Club: Standing: George Grote, Ray Salow, Donna Medendorp, Debbie Johnson, jean Duzek, Bernadette Hanacek, Marilou Van Laningham Pat Raasch, Terri Medendorp, Nancy Cress, Lori Boehm, Betty Lindemann. Seatedg joan janeczko, Phylis Kuhl, Treas,g Darlene Machtemes, V-Pres. Thomas Choclcley, Sponsor. Language clubs boost international interest. Russian Club: First Rowg Ellen Fogle, Scott Dugan, Kathy Kreps, Melinda Stinnett, Debbie Cilek, Larysa Wanshula. Second Rowg Lois Gunlogson, Renee Krnak, Marianne Bililc, Scott Malcom, Debbie Archer. Third Rowg Sue Ziarko, Pat Piekarski, janet Klawitter, Pat O'Neal, Sue Harshbarger. Fourth Rowg Bob Krilich, janet Neumann, Diane Schultz, Carol Boyd. Fifth Rowg Larry Szulczewski, Steve Ken Kuhlmann, Mike Wallace. Sixth Rowg Bob Oswalt, jim Hufton, Scott Spilis, Gary McLaughlin, Don Zebrauskas. 'Q CQ-527 in 1 French Club: Row one, Gail Walker, Kathy Boyer, Terry Dalrymple, Pat Johnson, Debbie Peterson, Pat McHugh, Carmela Vaccaro, Luann Knoezer, Elaine Danaher. Row two, Cathy Sutkowski, Karen Alessi, Kathy McSWiggan, Debbie Rowley, jan Ambry, Pam McDermott, Cathy Capriglione, Dawn jones, Nancy DeBoer. Row three, Barbara Conley, Debbie Alitto, Linda Krygier, janet Sterbenc, Claudia Jensen, Carolyn Maxeiner, Pat Herrick, Pat Wozny, Edwina Spodark. French club's interest is atres bien." Officers: Kathy Miller, Pres., Belinda Love, V. Pres, Miss Wfestfall, Sponsorg Peggy Jensen, Recorder, Peggy Peacock, Secretary, Not shown: Patty Reeb, Treas. vi-J? 42 ,- ' . k .. as . -,L X . 1. 1: - X-is - - ' - - - - TI .5--'Rf .Q 956 rx-QE' , - . . - - g.-Lkh 5 E Officers: Ted Schultz, secretary, Mark Schumrnan, vice-pres., Mr. W'illiam Hess, sponsorg Tom Moran, president. Science club learns through research. Science Club: Becky Hill, Barbara Vander Plneg, Jayme Rice, Taryn Bushnell, Don Zahrowskas, Sue Bragg, Tom Borys, Norman Peters, Bob Krilich, jim Rnesel, Thom Harrington, Gregory Thomas, Xavier Polanslci. 9h Pd AQ Y,-4 - 5? In F xr px Au nf, ,i , ,V GSM Eu Gd lb Oy He, Yu, 5 k Am Cm ak Cl Sw, Fm Nha if k NS 5 Glcim, Cheryl Bushnell, Nelson 43 ,,,..-i---- .ff ,,..,..w-w-Q'-""""" Miss Peacock instructs gradeschooler in the fundamentals FTA Officers: seated, Peggy Peacock, Pres. Standing, Edith Lange, of education. V. Pres, Pam Foh, Sec'y.g Miss Kaufer, Sponsor. South students tr the mother sidel' in FTA. Future Teachers of America: row 13 Marcia Anderson, Debbie Maravilla, Chris Anderson, joDee Keller, Kathy Orban, Kathy Vierk. Row 2, Sherri Evans, Carol Sommerfeld, Pat O'Neal, Pat Steele, Nancy King, Debbie Rose, Pat Raasch, Patty Humphrey, Felisha Cossler. Row 33 Maribeth Lindquist, Marlene Koster, Pat Wozny, Marianne Carpenter, Barb Conley, Gretchen Peters, Anna Lee, Kathy Nelson, Carol Bobic, Donna Love. Row 4, joan Murach, Judy Vajda, Sue Schultz, Shirley Goluska, Karen Krygier, Carol Michalak, jan Dillon, Nancy Usselman. 44 Distributive Education: Row oneg Bob Heath, Tom Van Norman, Chris Cooper, Wayne Hassig, Paul Carter. Row twog Pat Carrano, Kathy Wright, Sandy Soeka, Tonya Regnolds, Lori Lavin, Cheryl Oppenhuis, Erica Zimmerman. Row threeg Pam DeYoung, Ann Marie Mach, Chris Maravilla, Tony Perovich, Larry Valent, Phil Stewart, Roger Bertalan, Fred Hasse, Ralph Davy, Mr. Dennis Norman, Coordinator. DE gives these Rebel students a headstart. D.E. Officers: Row oneg Erica Zimmerman, secretaryg Paul Carter, vice-pres.g Cheryl Oppenhuis, treasurer. Row twog Wayne Hassig, parliamen- tarian, Chris Cooper, sergeant-at-armsg Tom Van Norman, president. Wm-Q iff' 45 Oliicers: Alan Grudzien, Sec'yg Gregory Bossick, Pres.g Henry Vlietstra, V. Pres. Not shown: Galen Lange, Treas, O opens opportunities to Working students. Diversified Occupations Club: seatedg Donna Fazio, Dalene Barzda, Diane Anlcer, Donna Heilema, Carolyn Stokes. Linda 1Nfaroc, Patricia Downs. Standingg Fred Carey, Dean Groom. Floyd jabaay, Ross Reed, Tim Greider, Gregory Bossick, Henry Vlietstra, Larry Krause, Randy Hartge. Kenneth Jayne, Douglas Flanagin, Michael Fournier, Mr. Herbert Mansholt, coordinator. Not shown: Denise Zygowicz, Galen Lange, Alan Grudzien. 46 l Office Occupations Seated Reyna Langbecn Vrrgrnra Chraro Standing Dolores Reatn secretary Clndy Graham Kathy Chrrstlan treasurer Melody Martm Sandra Janson presrdent Lrnda Dommer Dcmsn Stunbcrg Manlyn Rea parlxamentarran Peggy Padgen Cheryl Rnddcr FBLA and OO enter the busmess World Future Buslness Leaders of America seated janet Davrs Sccv Cathy McGrath Nancy Horvatrch Pres Angle Sherman Laura Merkel Stand ingg Lourse Kohut Kathy Bolek Sherry Nonclorf Ruth Percak V Pres Sue Boardmln Betty Lrnclcmann Not prctured Debbxe Tcgmeyer Treas 4? ,Q. v-all Q mm- , Q . A Ns? as 1 i Dean's Office: Back Rowg Peggy Jensen, Patty Reeb, Nancy Sterbenc, Ginger Flasko, Diane Watts, Carol Mizanin, Nancy Hansen, Kathy Prondzinski, Denise Troppman, Pam Neal. Front Rowg Sherry Evans, Pat Raasch. Linda Halley, Pat O'Nea1, Carol Sommerfeld. nr? Guidebook Staff: Seated: Robin Tiltges, Editor. Back Rowg Carol Sommerfeld, Assistant Editorg Sue Marsteller, Peggy Jensen, Assistant Editorg JoAnn Jensen, Stooges: Nancy Hansen, Donna Franklin, Diane Watts, Bonnie Van Kley, Anne Stamper, Linda Jensen, Linda Illo. 48 General Ofhcea Back Rowg Carol Simmons, Terry Michniewicz, joyce Sausaman. Sue Domhrowski, Laurie Steinbach, Pam Grieve. Sherry Nondorf Sandy Fritz, Sue Bethmann, JoAnn Jensen. Front Row, Kathy Aloia, Cathy Schuur, Kathy Baker, Donna Nighosian, Cathy Martin. Students aid the faculty and administration. Guidance Office: Seatedg Effie Smith, Carol Michalak, Felisha Cossler, Denise Carlino, Kyle Farley, Lynda Willer, Diane Galonis. Standingg Sharon Evans, Karen Dremonas, Kathy Kreps, Liz Kersten, Kay Mote, Sharon Reid, Kathy Prondzinski, Peggy Peacock, Bernadette Hanacek, Cathy Martin, Bonnie Van Kley, Linda jensen, Chris Nelson, Christie Beres. T19 am., A b A156 Bookstore: Seatedg Sherry Madison, -Inc l.eCl.iir, Pat Hastings, Janice Brown. Judy Mounts. Standingg Pat Miller, Pat Banik, Mrs. Hausbach, Maxim' Heinz, Louise Knhut. Rebels realize the need for assistants . . . Library Assistants: St.inrling1 Greg Pul.insl4i. Norman Peters. Xavier Pulanslai. Beverly Burton, Dehhie Baricevich, janet Neumann, Pam McDermott. Michelle Zayersnilc. Diane Hiricevirli. -lane Stewart. Seatielg -luyee xl.lIllxlllllgklI'l, Judy Kinnane, Lorrie Ross, Shirley Reid, juyce Yauger, Kathy l.L'Cl.lil'e. 30 'EQ- P.E. Assistants: Row one, Kathy Orban, Pam Mills, Cindy Stelzer, Melanie VC'oods, Diane Cilek, Debbie W'atson. Melanie Frank, Francine Fritz, Diane Kaptur. Sherry Orban, Laurie Davis, Cindy Klucher, Edith Marich, Nanette Brunetti, -ludy Bain, janet Dillon, Darlene Machtemes, Debbie Sowinski, Pat DiFilippo, Brenda Wilccnx, Debbie Campbell. Row four, Sherry Barker, Pat Sartini, Shirley Goluska, Arlene Miletich, Fran XVojciechowski, Donna Anshurg, Ellen Stole, Vita Klos, joan Hein, Marilyn Ball. Pam Helwig. Row twog Jeanie I-lorgesheimer Wozniak, Linda Brennan. Row threeg Suzy nd answer the call with a helping hand. Clinic: Top row, Debbie Sowinslci, Lena Ekeisoo, Gretchen Peters. Bottom row, Pam Mills, Cindy Schroeter, Rhonda Pauling. SX Nu' .yen tmp l 4 I 4 l 4 1 4 l l I l l uiney, Illinois highlights bandsmen's year. The Varsity Band is an integral part of school life. No one can imagine a football game or a parade without the marching red and gray. The same band also per- forms overtures and show tunes in concert and on tour. This year's calendar of events for the eighty bandsmen included football games, a winter and spring concert, three parades, basketball games, IHSA Solo and En- semble Contest, a band clinic, and the annual spring tour. The highlight of the 1968-69 band season was the 52 tour to uinc , Illinois. For two da s in A ril, the A Y 1 Y P horn tootin' Rebels traveled, en o'ed themselves, and ' 1 Y played for their suppers across the state. In return, the Quincy Band delighted all the Rebels with an assembly at South on their own tour. To be part of the Varsity Band, a prospective member must "try out." Those who don't make it, are placed in the junior Varsity Band. Once in the Varsity Band, all members are required to "challenge," that is, play be- fore the director for a position in his respective section. JN Awvtxg Varsity Band Members: First Row, Paul Schroeder. Debbie Ruth, Linda Krygier, Nancy DeBoer, Nancy Illo, janet Davis, Anna Lee. Mike McGrath, Nick Capriglione, Gary Anzelmo, Chuck jansma. Aaron Kovacs, Bruce Bringleson, jack DeMik. Second Rowg Donna Love, Brenda Van Drie. Laurie McVicker, Linda Collins, Norene Jabaay, Ruth Erickson, Margaret Vincent, Ed Fouts, Mark Snider, Hans Lund, john Pranger, Findlay Vanderby. Ken Blocker, Steve Wahlert, Carl Gjeldum, jeff Hamblin. Third Rowg Barb Sroka, Michelle Bakalyar, Ann Reppen, Henry Sterk, Marilyn Vickers. Nancy Usselman, Nancy Cress, Sue Marsteller, Gretchen Peters, Belinda Love. Karen Krygier, Sheila Elias, Lois Gunlogson, janet Lee, Judy Becker, Norma Albertsen, Marlene Koster. Fourth Row, Pat Holzhauser, Nadine Bickel, Nancy Rhoda, janet Truman, Robert Tereba, Paul Klacik, Mark Inman, Grant Oppenhuis, Renay Vanderhy, Shirley Reiter, Mike Warfel, Norman Usselman, john Gorczyca, Gary Tempco, Bill Benne, Phyllis Kuhl. Gary Flora. Peggy Ellis. Fifth Row, Robert Bringleson, Chris Markiewicz, Kevin Hoge, Rich Kuske, jan Wezgray, Harve Lutz, Bert Vanderby, Randy Mauck, Debbie Miller, Kathy Miller, Kathy Schuur, Nancy King, Joan McDonald. Standing, Mr. Ernest Brandon, Mr. jack Wonnell, Loren Payne, Don Riecss, Harold junker, Glen Wierzhicki, Kent Salvage, jim Pienkowski, Ken Yates. 53 N fi vi 'vleffe-tfgww. 1 We-,.3"i r :vfi:f,,4ifrg:i1f x -'W,l -i ig-wfwiizf-,fxswf i . 3 A ' VM +,t,iaf4saESJfgv's2i?y?5iiy S j.V. Band: First Row, Diane Miller, Elaine Danaher, Nancy Goranowski, Neal Haulght, Mr. jack Wrwnnell, Barb Rossi, Gary Dugoyich. Darryl Powell, Second Rowg Sue Gramse, Francis hfurray, Barb Smirnoitis. Ruth Fvert, hfelanie Frank, Tim Keehn, Dawn Kuipers, Kathy Hassig. Third Row: janet Klawitter. Donna Zion, Terry lilman, Dave Nelson. Kathy Schmal, Charlotte Kohut, Pat Humphrey. Kathy Vierk, Barb McDonald. Fourth Row, Karen Hansen, Sue Brown, Lydia Jones, Kathy Varga, Anna Vanderhy, john Sterk, Ray Palus, Ray Cutler, Carol Sowa, Pat I.yles, Wfanda Hickle. Fifth Rowg Scott Gough, Allen Berglund, Paul McVickers, john Pozworski, -lim Adamczyk, Darryl Heirnan, Duanne Hansen, Jayme Rite, Bill Hastings, jim McKinley, Wgrrren Grey, Fred Morgenthaler. Sixth Row, Bob Brown, Dave Krauszouski. Norman Wfilliamson, Tim Koselke, Gary Rathbone, Mark Koenigs, Dave Fnigenburg, Brad Mason. Daye Victor, Dave Gurnic, Gerry Vfiers, Mike W'allace. The big band sound thrives once more. The Big Band sound has been recreated in the form by any South handsmen before. of the Stage Band. Of the events of the year, the most important was the IHSA Stage Band contest, The band Another Varsity Band offshoot is the Pit Band for the earned the usual second place rating and top honors tall musical. This group, as seen below, differs from the went to lead alto sax player, Ed Fouts. He was chosen stage band. The musical score is written for an orchestra best alto sax player of the day, an honor never won and flutes are substituted for yiolins. 54 WMM' 'gin-1-P Cadet Band: Seatedg james Paryl. Standingg james Mason, Mr. jack Wonnell, John Cain. Stage Band: First Rowg Rich Kuske, Randy Mauck, Chris Markiewicz, Ed Fouts, Paul Klacilc, Paul Schroeder, Debbie Ruth. Second Rowg Hans Lund, Mike McGrath, Aaron Kovacs, Bruce Bringleson, Norman Williumscmn. Third Rowg Gary Tempco, Bill Bcnne, Mike Warfel, Shirley Reiter, Standingg Jim Pienkowski, Glenn Wierzbicki, Mr. jack Wiannell. 55 Color Guard: cathy schuuf, John McDonald, Nancy King, Nancy DeBoer. Varsity Band oflsprings play important parts ,N fmgz, new 'Q 2 mv iff 1, gf Raw fz 'V erflifri, :aint 2 ,QQ if . wwf fi in M MA als A fyiigf A 'M 'ls 6' 5' M f, -aim ' f fb M ff? an g .Ml 'Q.,.aff?mllbir Q M 1 L ff ,Q,Q5v . Q wk ig. if Wi' ir , im' iluakalfygi.-" Pom-Pom Girls: First Rowg Lynda Bauer, Brendn jilmmy, Linda Licsenfelt. Second Rowg janet Rodda, Cindy Blank, Debbie Peterson, Gail Bulla Third Rowg Rosermn Miller, Cindy Rodriguez, Nicoletre Vifagner. Michelle Murrin, Joanne XVilkerson. 56 , - ' X - 5 f af 5 X X Q 1 BN 6 ,J N- x Q X '-N 4,5 x awww .f.. - A S.: Y 'Q-A 'S x 1 I ,R EU.: ,. i ",. KL Iif 1: ' WW. ilF""' ...At - Se 1 3. K 5 . W X . 1 1 W W N Q f 5 QW Xxx xy t M i KX 5 gs W v S Q 5 5 x S QOH? K dk s rf? Q. e 5. Y 'T il Double Sextet: Seated, Kathy Bolek, Lynne Kortenhoven, janet Clausen. Standing, Sue Boardman, Debbie Freeman, Sue Bedell, Nancy I-Iorvatich Diana Moore, Kathie Blink, Nola Neubauer, Laura Merkel, Kathy Neumann, Sharon Aurich. Twelve misses sing with elegance, charm. Kathy, Sue, and Sue serenade their "friends," M 'E 5 5 I if The Double Sextet and the Meistersingers are the most active and well-known of South's choral groups. Besides singing at school events, both groups sing for other civic functions. Seven seniors and one junior compose this year's Meistersingers, A good voice and the ability to read music are needed to qualify for this group. All Meister- singers are identifiable by their red blazers and white turtle necks. A new relaxed look characterized the Double Sextet this year. Formals were their usual attire but they have been known to perform in everything from pin-striped suits with guns to head-to-toe pajamas. At the end of their sophomore year, the girls were chosen for the junior Ensemble, which meets with Ad- vanced Girls' Chorus. Throughout their junior year, the ensemble practiced, preparing for their senior year. Wfhen the 1968-69 music season began, twelve girls were ready for the rigorous schedule of the Double Sextet. 59 Concert Choir: Row oneg Penny Davis, Kathy Orban, Mark Carlberg, Sue Meyers, Kristi Loquist, Debbie Novak, Alberta Tilendis, Virginia Hayes. Row two, Dave Dickinson, Julie Gustafson, Pat Link, Pam Mann, Celeste Behrendt, Linda Dorris, .lean Eddins, Marie Reid. Row three, Kathy Archer, Tom Beswick, Cindy Green, jean Duzek, Harris Swets, Karen Kegebin, Barbara Homans, Richard Beswick, Kris Anderson, janet Dillon. Row four, john Link, Karen Anderson, Harry Smith, Wayne Brumm, Rich Krilich, Ray Jansma, Eric O'Brock, Frank Huizenga, Dave Thomas, Edith Lange. Not pictured, Glen Cox, Ray Estevitz, Pat johnson, Linda Rago, Penny Robertson. Singing Rebels begin and end '69 With a song Advanced Girls' Chorus: Row one, Shirlee Martine, Luann Knoerzer, Regis Gilman, Laurel Smith, Georgiann Maroc, Debbie Higgins. Diane Schultz, Denise Patheiger, Evelyn Neier, Barbara Esau. Row two, Rhonda Pauling, Deborah Wfatson, Sue Dobos. Carol Deichen, Pam Miller. Pam Rach, Dorothy Crescenzi, Pat Reichert, Roberta Porter, Phyllis Loferski, Sally Sumpter. Mrs. Ruth Fuka. Row three, Christine Todd, Phyllis Cederholm. Alice Zorka, Cherie Winkler, Vickie Trease, Kathy Piltaver, Donna Traver, jeanne Mitchell, Cindy Twardocz. Lorrie Huff, Beth Peters, Barbara Bogus, Chris Moeller. Not pictured, Maris Napoli, Barbara Higbee, Debra Hill, 60 at wage ii ,e:,,Nw. . 5 me-.SSH -- i ,ffm iw K , C Y gp. . - a ll' x""l-1 -511 - -3 S Freshmen Girls' Chorus: Row oneg Kim Milazzo, Debbie Maravilla, Kathy Boyer, Judy Esau, Polly Camalick, Pat Banet, Maureen Cloonan, Kathy Drabnik, Anna Roesel. Row two, Debbie Carey, Marilyn Maravilla, Karen Morgan, Sherri Whitehead, Terri Glidden, Diane Watscin, Renee Kmak, Rosemary Zitelc, Pat MCI-lugh, Debbie Lane, Janice Davy, Linda Piaskowy. Row three, Kathleen Russell, Diane Bartman, Sue Lecki, Janet Wrzesinski, Debbie Trocndlein, Susan Troencllein, Valerie Pazik, Lucy Yurek, Kathy Hansen, Lynn Freeman, Cantly Coyle, Kim Coyle, Linda Van Noort. Row four, Kathy Parry, Sue Fehlberg, Marcy Schultz, Therese Totzke, Gail Hamann, Marian Krismanitk, Debbie Rowley, Mary Johnson, Pat Sullivan, Pam Stamper, Sue Harshbarger, Dana Wlright, Carolyn Maxeiner. Row five, Lana Turner, Mauri Berda, Karell O'Brock, Kathleen Welch, Nancy Peterson. Pam Kazen, Mary Slattery, Louise Voss, Joanne Zaur. Y l Freshmen Boys' Chorus: Scott Osborne, Chris Pcrscli, Don Thomas, Greg Wcalff, Jon Novotny, Bob Moffat, Steve McGilvrey, Ron Ross. 61 .. 3 'X 9 'H ff g N ESQ X ' f I in wwf? "N Postscript Co-editors: Bath Sroka and Kathy Miller. Student publications have record year. Rebel Rouser C0-editors: Pat Walsh and Debbie Ruth 'WW wl""' , f MMsNNw...fff HI Nhh0llAHYZ'lAElXl!MlQlWIlldf'4 . Vis-P ji N,,..-. - dia . .X 'mm ..-0 -fa 3 3 Ko- Postscript Staff: Frank Mazzocco, photographer, Paul Warn, sports editor, Liz Kersten, senior editor, Kathy Neumann, advertising manager. Not pictured, Becky Bonnar, underclass editor. '69 was a year of change and progress for TF South's yearbook, The P0.rt.vr1'ipl. Work was started in late sum- mer and general production ran earlier than usual. Snowed under by piles of graph paper, pictures, rough copy, etc., the editors and staff managed to produce an annual that they feel will surpass any this school has ever had. The REBEL ROUSER is a bi-monthly publication written by Mr. Hyde's journalism class and a news- paper statf, and edited by two senior co-editors. 1968-69 was the 11th year of the paper and the 17 issues of this volume showed many "tirsts." The first 6-page paper was put out and later on, the first 8-pager. This year's REBEL ROUSER produced the earliest edition ever-beginning the year on September 20. The REBEL ROUSER has never had a credo, but for 1968-69 it could very likely have been as such? Our aim is to make it YOUR paper. Rebel Rouser Staff: Sherry jastrzab, cartoonist, Paul XX'arn, sports editor, Frank Mazzocco, photographer, Barb Sroka, circulation, Kathy Miller, circulation. ary as BX st X m ti - - .misss- '5 1 X, ,-:vs K . - . .. ,.,, ., .. .,,.., .. .-,, 1 ,Q .R , , . Q - 3 1 . 'I K. 23, ' Y .6 , . 3, 53 - ' . ,fs J! 4- ,...- sr' " , . ,Rs ss. YV, .mf , is - - A sg :airy A easy' QE 95' ff :gn ,ig-,gf fffhih 3,54 e - I t . . . 'x"gjQ12aL.' ,ww ' W XX I l 5 Y ' . 1 - 1. . . -. 'ge e' D I4 , , 3 . X K xgv., V I , . 7' ' L... '51, A -2 65 Fred Carey, Diana Steinweg, and Carolyn XWhi one of the many duties of stooges. X' iilk gi i Q v 54, te perf F Xl if K iii Ofm 2 . it li li gg 1 2 e 5 Carol Mizanin and Glen DeValk plaster the halls for the "Big Electionf Students Work to make school life easier. While Harry Baran and Ron DeValk observe, RR co-editors Pa Walsh and Debbie Ruth rush to meet a deadline. 5-212 ,pg Q Qfkxi is x1-'M fi 'A E SPOITS 1 Qnuwh - ,. Vu Pep Club: Rows left to right, front to back, Row 1 across, Paula Dublak, Kathy Parry, Sue Lecki, Dorothy Lonkar, Pam Foh, Carol Diechen, Nancy Sterbenc, Suzy Klucher, Marie Sasewich, Michele Harding, Nancy Rhoda, Marilyn Vickers, Nancy Usselman, Kathy Orban. Row 2 across, Margaret Vincent, Mary Zych, Nancy Lehnhoff, Roseann Bonin, Edith Marich, Nancy Stecz, Anita Shanks, Cindy Kobeszka, Sherri Gavel, Donna Traver, Karen Zaur, Kathy Schaberg, Claudia Jensen, Kathy Koch, Donna Ansburg, Sue Troendlein, Debbie Troendlein, Thelma McKechnie, Michelle Murrin. Row 5 across, Terry Dalrymple, Rhonda Pauling, Kathy Felgenbauer, Kathy Welch, Michelle Zaversnik, Francine Fritz, Liz Piltaver, Terry Glidden, Kathy Boyer, Jeanne Mitchell, Sherri Orban, Linda Brennan, Cindy Wozniak, Rita Schaberg, Marcy Schultz, Darlene Clausius, Kathy Miller, Lynda Bauer. Row 4 across, Carey Halsey, Martez D'Emanuelle, Jan Ambry, Denise Moeller, Polly Camalick, Mary Johnson, I.ucy Yurek, Karen Dommer, Gale Rynberk, Cathy Sutkowski, Nancy Magraw, Carla Malinski, Barbara Watts, Debbie Gillespie, Cathy Capriglione, Sandy Fritz, Cindy Rodriguez. Row 5 across, Lydia Jones, Georgeann Maroc, Jackie Perkins, Carol Beuse, Pam Stooksbury, Chris Todd, Shirley Martine, Dorothy Crescenzi, Kris Kegebein, Marianne Bilek, Sue Meyers, Kathy Nelson, Pam Grieve, Karen Kennedy, Nancy Sybesma, Linda Krygier, Nikki Wagner. Row 6 across, Kathy Vierk, Pat McHugh, Rosemary Sauer, Debbie Rowley, Elaine Danaher, Marsha Vaughn, Connie Trojnar, Nancy Vroom, Kathy Varga, Nancy Goranowski, Donna Zion, Judy Esau, Janet Wfryesinski, Pat Walsh, Janet Neuman, Maureen Cloonan, Joann Wilker- son. Row 7 across, Kyle Farley, Carla Gerken, Martha Berda, Renee Kmak, Jodee Keller, Noreen Jabaay, Robin Tiltges, Linda Halley, Debbie Rose, Debbie Barcevich, Diane Baricevich, Suzette Pranger, Lynn Nevins, Lydia Serafin, Nancy Grieve, Kathy Kreps, Debbie Petersen. Row 8 across, Diane Schultz, Carol Simmons, Patty Reeb, Celeste Behrens, Janice Fischer, Nancy Illo, Joann Jensen, Melanie Wounds, Carol Sommerfield, Kathy Smith, Barb Harrison, Joann Parry, Diane Kaptur, Janice Davy, Debbie Maravilla, Debbie Ward, Donna Millen, Joan Larkins. Row 9 across, Cindy Twardosz, Joyce Sausaman, Carol Magerl, Mary Wtuld, Maribeth Lindquist, Kathy Archer, Debbie Cilek, Pam Rach, Joan Meilleur, Carol Bobic, Carolyn Maxeiner, Joann Zaur, Eileen Baldwin, Barbara Higbee, Roberta Porter, Kathy McSwiggan, Judy Vajda. Row 10 across, Karen Krygier, Phyllis Cederholm, Connie Wenger, Lynda Rago, ,Barb Hildebrand, Karen Kegebein, Jan Waugh, Jan Woolsey, Brenda Moore, Diane Lembcke, Kris Parro, Pam McDermott, Dawn Jones, Pam Mills, Joellen Stewart, Pam Miller, Gail Walker. Row ll across, Luann Knoerzer, Kathy Piltaver, Pat Raasch, Julie Gustafson, Kris Loquist, Carol Hamann, Joyce Yellina, Cindy Barnes, Debbie Archer, Debbie Allito, Karen Alessi, Dana Wright, Pat Herrick, Gail Hamann, Barbara Conley, Pat DiFilippo, Nanette Brunetti, Joyce Scheidt. Pep Club and Cheerleaders are school spirit Pep Club Board: front row, left to right, Margaret Vincent, Secretary, Mary Zych, President, Denise Moeller, Treasurer, Miss Elsa Rosenak, Faculty Sponsor. Back row, Pam Miller, Sophomore board member, Polly Camalick, Freshman board member, Rhonda Pauling, Junior board member, Pat Walsh, Senior board member, Cindy Twardosz, Poster co-chairman, Kathy Kreps, Poster co-chairman. Missing from picture: Kathy Prondzinski, Vice-president, Sue Bethman. Concessions chairman. 68 E-an 5 n ' vw, et ' ff ' 5 nasal , , y llibiqi 15355 CQ f' fav M -' 3 J 'P' QMS' 24 ,gfil-f "-3' 3 W I , SN ' - 'Ten Lettermans Club: from bottom to top, left to right: Dave Dickinson, Dan LeMonier, Chuck Hansen, Danny White, Ed Kubic, jim Sonntag, Scott Tatje, Tim Wells, Tony Nadasdy, Edton Ellis, Larry Johnson. Row 2: Mr. Kijewskig sponsor, Bill Haub, Mike Saswich, Tom Reeb, Len Rompca, Bob Regman, jim Stevens, Don Rowley, Dan Wooley, Glen Wierzbicki, Gerd Kohler, Row 3: Alan Danaher, jerry Fritz, Bob Oderwald, Wendell Hartzo, Art Fotschky, Bud jenkins, Glen DeValk, Kevin Baldwin, Arvidas jarasius, Kieth Hoover. Row 4: Roger LaFollette, Rich Kuske, jack Yauger, Paul Barcley, Alen Liptack, john Hansen, Bob Collins, Tony Stoklosa, Dennis Walton, Bruce Cap. Row 5: Jim Christensen, Chuck Haddock, Harry Smith, Ron DeValk, Bill Farmer, Mike Gruhlke, Rick Koselke, Roger Yochem, Carl Gjeldum, Rich Krilich, Paul Warn. Lettermarfs Club 61lPL'5 ROOM SL .... r if After four years of hard work, Max Miller finally attained her deserv- Oflicersz top to bottom: Rich Krilich, secretary, Chuck Haddock, president: ing place in letterman's club. Bud jenkins. vice-president, Bob Regman, treasurer, Danny Wfhite, sergeant- at-arms. 70 W 4 VI i , ! 5 Captains Haddock and Weber lead Big Red onto the held, Zi. ,, li Dennis Walton ignores blocker and downs Hillcrest ball carrner I Harry Baran clears path -for halfbaclt Bruce ,ff ' ' .,..., - J S -- 1. if I -.5 A . , 1 S f ,. 5 , 5 tw XT ' I "S'N.,:a- 3 X X s , it 54 , - L D in Q K -. iw if. . wt X .fx-.X , .i...... , W . , -sz A JF hs. we MN-W-N...w..t Q - X 3155 g. I - . - -l'- A - L' ' A s, 7k.g . .. K . N A k Sophomore Quarterback Tim Koselke shows form in leading so homores to S.E.S.C. P championship. Quenzler IH game agamst Txnley Park 1' Www Varsity Football 72 Opponent Bremen, 12 Crete-Monee, A. A. Stagg, Hillcrest, 20 North, 54 ,, Rich Central Tinley Park, 7 7 .,.,.,,, 2 . 27 7 Bradley, O ...,, TF South ..w..,.26 ..,.....20 ...Y,...14 af ' ' f si? '71 Varsity players: bottom to top, left to right, Tom Economous, Ed Kubic, Mike Sasewich, Ron Diamond, Aaron Kovacs, Bob Oderwald, Ken Mueller, Chuck Hansen, jim Sonntag, Gary Langmeyer, Rod Maravilla, Butch Lange. Row 2: Tim Wells, manage-rg Arvidas Jarasius, Bob Regman, Dennis Walton, Harry Baran, Bruce Quenzler, Tom Novak, Bud jenkins, Marty Murrin, james Palicke, Dick Weber, Len Rompca, Ed Murphy. Row 3: Chris Begley, Dave VanMilligan, Art DeGrange, Rich Ebbens, Mike Dohl, Alan Liptack, Chuck Haddock, John Hansen, Kevin Baldwin, Bob Starks, Bill Maurer, Dave Hollingsworth, Wendell Hartzo. Row 4: Head coach Freyman, Roger I.aFollette, manager, Bob Collins, Harry Smith, Ron DeValk, jim Christensen, Rich Krilich, Carl Gjeldum, Gary Zaur, Mike Gruhlke, Coach Beckwith, Coach Hamspher. 73 l l ! 4 Halfback Bruce Quenzler, fakes would-be tackler and scampers for more yardage. Dennis Walton destroys Hillcrest ball carrier under watchful eye of referee. I Len Rompca and Rich Krilich flatten Titan opponent for'junior jim N Sonntag. Marty Murrin and jim Christensen manhandle Tinley Park player before others close-in, 74 L ...aa l Q. Soph. SESC Champs Sophomores: left to right, Scott Dugan, Scott Bonnat, Mike Maloney, Rich Ahlgrain, Dale Zentz, Mike Manno, Bob Finlayson, Chuck Huttner, john Wollack, Brian Trock. Row 2: George Glad, mgr., jeff Biel, Dick Lindemann, Walley Emlund, Rich Parker, Rich Gjeldum, Allan Broomhead, Bob Oswalt, john jaso, Pete Yackanich, Ron Snyder. Row 5: Tim Hornig, mgr., Dave Eenigenburg, Rick Steere, Kerry Warbortan, Gary Brum, Dave Kazak, jack Rossman, George Stamper, Bill Bales, Terry Courtright, Doug Harris, Ken Schmitt, Coach DeSoto, Coach Scanlan. Row 4: Jayme Rice, mgr., Henry Rendon, Terry Wilson, Jim Mauch, Ron Sylvester, Terry Moeller, Don Olsen, jeff Kiester, jim Hirt, Tim Koselke, Rick Stinson, Mark Wojciehowski, Gary Rathbone, john Gorczyca, Not pictured Carey Poe. . If 'Q 1 aa if: L 2 i'l ,li 5,11 Way, gg, 'vt UQ? if? 5 X 541 fig ,az A ' 'H V Freshmen: left to right, Todd Bakker, Jeff Todd, John Padjen, Randy Murphy, Mike Ferrentella, john Savela, Phillip Clinnin, jim Wolsten- holme, joe Yackanich, Danial Halon. Row 2: Bob Rosner, Steve Shone, Ron Stooksbury, Gary Zentz, Ron Harrison, Lee LaMourie, Greg Cox, jon Novotny, Dave Buchanan, Tom Reagan, jim Nelson, Gerald Edwards. Row 3: Coach Long, Matt McAndrews, Bob Laur, Gary Jenson, Bob Broadwell, Bruce Bragg, jim Krarszowski, Bob Dinnocenzo, Jim Carr, Wally LaFreniere, Bob Snell, Ed Dublak, Phil Madgiak, Brad Mason, Stu Franzen, Coach Norman, Absent from picture Doug Cool. Fresh. Football 75 e it ... Defensive unit waits for their turn to show what they can do. 1 as M to another victory. Rebel overpowers Hillcrest back in vain attempt to return booming punt. M M ' 'it' ff: Sophomores dig-i V? fi ' n before attacking f i 'a i gf V ,Z iz. ,.,,., H, or more yardage on the way KT tir 1 ' 1.'5 22 'Q ww 4' 21-v Mtg Zi fa f Nw Q A W s 'W , Q, Z 'mf fam. 41 ,. " it " tfwq. In ,A HF ,, r W are 1 , If w M 7' .us 1 vga, iw ik' 'W' fx -V 'iw M Q' if Vw , 0 O E, 7? ,, 1N,.,g7, gm' aa' ilk", , ,,t,,, Nom, W f Q ,za , A z,?'4sz'7 WTI! -TQWEH .. ' N ' , .fuk 514.--,pg , 4.w,r.f,fewigeW:f i -' r " "', ' it r All those Meteors and they still can't stop those two rebels from Rick Stinson surrounded by referees and North making the tackle. player still gets sizeable gain. 76 Varsity: bottom row, left to rightg jeff Jensen, Dan Kelly, Ed Fouts, Dan LeMonier, Mike Warfel, Kyle Miller, Bill Becker, Chris Wiedman, Al Seymour, Tim Gavin, Darryl Warburton, Row 2: Coach Miller, Larry johnson, Dan White, john Pranger, Harrison Porter, Eston Ellis, Craig Gutowski, Rob Malinski, Ralph Hoover, Bob Tereba, Dale Robinson, Mark Simpson, mgr. Rebel Cross Countr 'lx Sophomore: bottom row, left to rightg Gary Wiers, jim Gill, Mike LeClaire, Roy Rodriguez, Mike Griflin, Bill Kottas, Tom Sailor. Row F hx hs R Z: Coach Miller, Dan Schultz, Bill Albrecht, George Hoernig, Tom ' O Guthrie, Keith Boarclway, Dan Rajkovich, Bill Homan, Duane Hansen. 77 1 X3 X t BRADLE L of WIQ ., :ff blk' s 'xg' 3 E Q R 'f 1 , S: F 4 ef 'wx Sli Qi 5 xi' 5 1 sub P K 3 , Sw if 15 Q! gf' fksf Sophomores: kneeling, Chuck Huttner, rngr., Coach Flowers, john Fisher, mgr. Standing, left to righrg Scott Dugan, Rich Ahlgrain, Ray Salow, Dick Lindemann, Tim Koselke, Mark Wojciehowski, Rick Stinson, jim Stewart, Bob Carson, Dave Eeningenburg, Carey Poe, jack Rossman, Ron Snyder, Tom Gufhfie. Sophomore Squad Freshman Squad 'X 3' hiargira E Freshmen: kneeling, Ken Felle, mgr., Rich Kishrisunis, Greg Cox, john Savela, Gary W'icrs, Bill Karas, Steve Shone, Mike Daniels, Jim Nelson, Don Halon, jim Paryl, mgr. Standing: Coach Anderson, Paul Rodda, Gary jcnscn, XXf'ally LaFreniere, Rich Barnes, Brad Mason, Mark Koenings, Phil Madgiak, Ed Dublak, Bob Sniel, Doug Cool, jack Doseburg, Ken Soderstorm, Coach Riefle. 80 it avg X 1 3 M! L Y yX.f BRAUL5-5 EE H X 310 ' 3 ESA 65 gr, X ww.. in N mv SX ,gg x. . W awww " A ml Sax K .. K W .. - :,. "X .. ' 'k,fi'ii9?slF X .F . . .. . -si A gg . QQ if 5 .wen an QA.. I 433'- . I ' l-Haul' 4 M, s g.. i.f.lv.unlr'l'l .. I we-M .- ,W Y f,.g ,. ww- , -13-,Q-J .. ., .5 W,,,,,,Wm, W1 cf 451464, ww 4' N,QQwQC "' 'll D 158-v-Of' rub. " . .gwufl-C' ,nba-Q' -w.-,-9-ASU 11 ...f fu? Frosh-Soph team: sitting on diving board, Daryll Powell, Ray Cutlar, Coach O'Mara. Seatedg Mark Ellis, Mike Sisch, Ted Enloe, Tom Maddix Brad Hotz, Dave Hansen, Dave Ebbens, Tim Hektoen. Kneelingg Don Frantz, john Novotv, Jack Neff, Tom Sailor, john Swanson, Walter Todd Chris Hildebrand, Paul McVicker. Standing, Lee LaMorie, Don Thomas, Ralph Flood, Kevin Engelbrect, Craig Walker, jim Gill, Chris Persch Tim Kehn, Dave Tiltges. Frosh-Soph. Tom Maddix freestrokes his way to new school record. Chris Hildebrand shows good form coming out of tuck in diving contest 84 Bud jenkins is the winner in this match with North. Tim Gavin works hard for pin in closing minutes of match. K We XJ X Rod Maravilla uses headlock to his advantage in meet against Bradley Varsity Ms ff Q ,. s.i- N wi Dan I.eMonier dishes out punishment to opponent. Varsity Squad: bottom row, left to rightg Steve McGilvery, D. junker, D. LeMonier, D. White, N. Klein, S. Miller, T. Gavin, L. Szulczewski, R Bronne, R. Maravilla, G. Nadasdy. Row 2: R. LaFollette, mgr., R, Diamond, E. Murphy, S. Archambault, M. Murrin, B. Starks, T. Economous M. Warfel, E. Kubic, T. Nadasdy, J. Pranger. Row 3: Coach Sowinski, R. Whyle, K. Mueller, A. jarasius, R. Ebbens, P. Barcley, O, Watterson , A. Tepavcevich, M. Dohl, K. Baldwin, B. jenkins, J. Palicke. Ed Murphy tries to manuever opponent onto his back for the pin. . WQMAWWW ' , A I Tony Nadasdy works to gain advantage in match with Rich Central. 86 Sophomores: kneeling, Dave Szulczewski, Mike Moloney, Rich Miller, Craig Shropshire, Dan Ragkovich, Scott Malcom, Bill Albrecht. Standing, Coach Hampshire, john Junker, joe Karwatka, Doug Harris, jeff Kiester, O I Bill Bales, Scott Stooksbury, Kerry Warburton, Doug Finney, Rich Berglund. l Freshmen: kneeling, Todd Baker, Randy Murphy, Ray Palise, Phil Klinnin, Randy Stooksbury, Gary Zentz, Mike Ferrantella, Chris Esponosa, Bob Ludwicki. Staindingg Coach Scanlan, Matt McAndrews, Bob Rosner, Rich Burse, jim Krauszowski, Bob Dohl, jim McKinnley, jim Carr, Mike Edwards, Mike Rubino, Henry Starks, Dave Buchanan, Ron Harrison, john Padjen, Dave Szymanski. Freshmen sr i W Senior Dan Wooley beats out bunt with aid of wild throw from pitcher. 4-l. 1 . Carl Gjeldim a junior, waits for throw from outfielder to make play at home. Vars. Baseball Action Senior Wayne Brumm takes close look at pitch before putting the wood into it. 88 4. Number 6 Dan Wooley leads off with a linedrive single to right. . ,,, L , Senior Chuck Haddock makes putout on batter to end the inning 3 up Bill Selangowski tags up and heads home during a Rebel rally in the fifth 3 down. 89 From left to right: lst row, R. Ahlgrain, B, Finlayson, J. Schmitz, R. Kelleyi T. Uhll, K. Rahn, J. Fisher. 2nd rowg R. Parker, G. Jensen, J. Bic, R. Snyder, P. Yackanich, T. Cable, D. Olson. 3rd rowg S. S 1:1 B I Franzen, manager, R. Sylvester, T. Koselke, T. Courtwright, M. Wojcie- 0 ' a kowski and D. Norman, Coach. Absent from picture, S. Dugan. ami an , f'?W"f5 " From left to right: lst row, T, Bakker, T. Jordan, S. Gough, J. Savela, P. Clinnin, D. Halon, R. josvai, M. Daniels. 2nd rowg G. Cox, S. Shone, F h B b I T. Regan, R. Rodriguez, J. Carr, J. Yackanich, W. LaFreniere. 5rd rowg n a M. Snider, and T. Consodine mgr.g B, Hoover, E. Dublak, M. Rubino, B. Mason, J, Isaacson, J. Padjen, Coach O'Mara. Absent from picture, L. Payne, and K. Soderstrom. 90 Varsit Track Team From left to right: 1st row, K. Hoover, A. jarasius, D. White, D. Walton, R. Krilich, J. Hansen, D. Van Milligan, E. Ellis, Coach Miller. Row 2, L. johnson, W. Hartzo, B. Bene, M. Murrin, R. Ebbins, T. Gavin, T. Poplawski, Coach Long. 3rd row, S, Southard, R. Tereba, J. Linn. K. Hoge, M. Grulke, A. Liptack, , G. Zaur, P. Klacik, R. Dahlquist. From left to right: lst row, Coach Long, G. Glad, T. Guthrie, R. Flood N. Haught, T. Gosciej, R. Krichunis, mgr., Coach Miller. 2nd rowg R Lindemann, B. Albrecht, D. Hansen, R. Steere, G, Wiers, K. Boarclway B. Homan, B. Reed, mgr. 3rd row, D. Cool, R. Harrison, J. Wolsterholme, D. Sulcheski, J. Nelson, B. Snell, R. Fuermeyer, T. Warburton. 92 v Prosh-Soph Track gl john Hansen, Gary Zaur, Arvidas jarasius, and Wendell Hartzo show form in the low hurdles. C V a1's1t Trackmen Tom Reeb watches as Terry Engelbrecht pole vaults over the bar. Scott Southard comes out of blocks in first leg of relay . ' A SA., ' Eston Ellis, paces himself in the mile running event. P ' 5 S V. I A llss .V V V V W V 5V V..iV-. ., l l V. . V ,N V 2,1,4wf.VfrVfwV4ff74iVf?7j , VVQM mfs ., afW6V,.jwVW:M2VVVwV ,. ,lemma VV.,.f,VsV5VfV2Vf ,-,,, ,, VMQ ,.V A V , . ,3,V,i.V,fzaiyV 5, , ., ,,,Vg,gf,, yP1ff Ve Vf -,WV ,, ,ff . -. V' wwe H . ami, I - Va. 1? ff Z -, f-f, V ,, . , V, , ..,, V V, .4 V ,4mV.VVfV V V. f V. . . , V ,. , ,Q . 2 451 ,V . , Mg V 'V V , A, V V , ' ' - ' ' V 4 V V by -V V w gaa V 'F XV 'nu V Y lg ? l ru , V ' V V H iV ll V VVVW K f V Hi 1 WMVMW-M Y Q , 235' K, V, ,, ..,,., NV , W1 VV I V VV ' if . " V47 - HV 1 f V A ' ,V fb ' ,JV VV - V V. V ,, 7-. , V , V, , V .Q , 3 I -V R Va. , V H , 1 4 'fl M , 1 V V , 50W H ' e QV . R Q From left to right: 1st row, Craig Shropshire, Rich Peterson, Don Riecss, 0 Gary Flora, Glen Wierzbicki, standing, Coach Dickinson, Vern Wernar, Al Greenfield, Paul Warri, Tom Hedges, jerry Fritz, jim Klebs, mgr. . . Tennis Team 94 From left to right: jim Klebs, Mike Jacobson, Randy Murphy, Floyd Ballard, Al Seymour, Ron Ross, Bernie O'Reilly. 2nd row, Wally Todd, Bob Brown, Henry Rendon, Bill Conley, Gerd Kohler, Steve Todd, David Gurnie. Tennis Team X it rl 7' ' W T Spring Sports Action 5 Mike Saswitch steps into high fast ball. NWNN E N 5 ww, jerry Fritz seems displeased with last shot from the view through the HCI. Sophomore Rick Stinson is the first to break the wire in his win in the 100 yard dash. 95 Seniors: Bottom rowg joan Hein, Chris Markiewicz, Denise Troppman, Ellen Fogle. Top rowg Nancy Hansen, Kathy McGrath, Kathy Bolek, Judy Becker. GAA brings sports to the TF South girl. Sophomores: Row oneg JoAnne Crouch, Joyce Yellina, Diane Gaganis, Nancy McGraw. Row twog Pat Evert, Francine Fritz, Cindy Wozniak, Kathy LeClaire, Lois Gunlogson. Row threeg Marilou VanLaningham, Pat DiFilippo, Lydia Jones, Chris Moeller, Linda Brennan. Row fourg Beth Peters, Rhonda Strahl, Becky Hill, Nikki Wagner. 96 ii 9 it r eaaa X ' if .RX I V. tatta K as Board Members: Debbie Sowinski, treasurer, Cindy Stelzer, head of sports, Ellen Stole, recording secretaryg Sue Schultz, corresponding secretary, Vita Klos, vice-president, Kathy Orban, president. Freshmen: Row one, Pat Banet, Kathy Drabik, Polly Camalick, Debbie Maravilla, Nancy Goranowski, Celeste Gericke, Janice Davy, Row two, Martes Demanuele, Debby Gillespie, Marie Sasewich, Sue Ziarko, Lucy Yurek, Mary Hannigan, Kathy Vierk. Row three, Cathy Sutkowski, Cathy Capriglione, Sue Dobos, Debbie Rowley, Kathy Varga, Barb Watts, NX nr-M' lv-v-W. juniors: Darlene Machtemes, Sheila Elias, Roberta Watts, Marilyn Ball, Sherry Barker, Phyllis Ceclerholm. 97 - ' "JJ V .' L s e' - 5 'sf t -X-,ft A, .A 2, -Q -at 5 NL., Girls' Interscholastic Tennis Team: Row one, Kathy Drabik, Pat Banet, Sheila Elias, Judy Becker. Row two, Sherry Barker, Nancy McGraw, Kathy Orban, JoAnne Crouch. Row three, Ellen Stole, Marilyn Ball, Miss Stewart, sponsor, Terri Elman, Mary Felle. Not pictured, Edwina Spodark, Pat Walsh. Tennis is the first girls' competitive sport. Terrapin Club: Row oneg Polly Camalick, Pat Banet, Nancy Goranowski, Laura Sheppard, Lori Boehm, Regis Gilman, Laurel Smith. Row twog Nancy Lehnhoff, Claudia Jensen, Debbie Archer, Sherry Gavel, Terri Glidden, Kathy Koch, Kathy Hassig, Debbie Riley, Terry Medendorp, Mona Moen, Jill Wlesterhoff, Carol Ann Vierk. Row three, Denise Lange, Sue Harshbarger, Karen Kennedy, Debbie Gillespie, Judy Walzak, Nancy Peterson, Pam Kazen, Kathy Vierk, 98 Terrapin Club Officers: Michelle Murrin, corresponding secretary, Jeri Kazen, president, Pam Neal, vice-presidentg Marilou VanLaningham, recording secretaryg Denise Troppman, treasurer. Terrapin Club swims the year round. Terrapin Club: Row one, Cathy Schuur, Pat O'Neal, Kathy Smith, janet Ferko, Penny Grihin, Michele Harding, Brenda Brown. Row two, Anne Hildebrand, Margaret Vincent, Donna Medendorp, Shirley Goluska, jackie Perkins, Carol Beuse, Bernadette Hanacek, Anna Lee, Nancy King, Chris Todd, Carol Deichen, Pam Rach. Row threeg Sue Schultz, Debbie Sowinski, Barb Hildebrand, JoEllyn Stewart, Rosemary Sauer, Pam Grieve, Nanette Brunetti. 99 mras REBEl5 '1 t g alms MW M t f 'li 1 1 3' Q " 1 'ZEl" '. J V ' ,i --x ' , sql g 5 ' uf wi, . ggy gf' Oflicers: Beth Rodda, secretaryg Laurie McViclcer, president, Barb Hildebrand, vice-president, Jeanie Eddins, vice-presidentg Pat Walsh, treasurer. O I C O O I SW1m-Timers zud swimmers, boost sp1r1t. Krsna: Q I a wo 1 , 159 in 3 is af 3 0' Ff55'0.r ,W ? f 5, 1 15413 Y Q --ur J C' ge soo ,Q 5513135.50013 U 'gt' ii WHS masts ' v5 Ur J - S ' if gmaetsi sziigufff ,xgystiu 1 5 J new ,Sour ' - assets 550'-fa, giga, ?gy ,Wwnwas M lf Swim-Timers: Row one, Cindy Bucha, Laurie Bergren, Margaret Fotchky, Lynn Edelstein, Debbie Novak, Debbie Campbell, Sherry Orban, Cindy Rodriguez, Linda Leisenfeld, MaryBeth Linquist, Linda Bauer, Peggy Jensen, George Ann Maroc, Jody Keller. Row twog Karen Krygier, Nancy Usselman, Debbie Alito, Nancy DeBoer, Belinda Love, Betty Lindeman, Cindy Stelzer, Mary Felle, Nancy Cress, Ruth Ericson, Debbie Margraff, Linda VanDrie, Patti Reeb, Donna Love. Row threeg Kathy Smith, Janet Neumann, Ann Hildebrand, Linda Krygier, Sue Schultz, Shirley Goluska, Joellyn Stewart, Karen Kegebein, Margaret Vincent, Thelma McKechnie, Nanette Brunetti, Carol Mizanin, Nancy Hansen, Kathy Kreps, Sue Klucher. 100 faculty www ., V' ' ,IC -W Wk s.ma4'fNWM.,..u, Mr. David Hamblin, Principal Mr. A 102 www H, XX seg X x x MX K g LK.- if itken Young, Superintendent Mr. Henry Legg, Business Manager WH .M X .- WM..,.ff'f C Mrs. Lou Zabroski, Dean of Women Mr. Gene Flowers, Dean of Men The administration directs our student life. School Board Members: fseated, left to right, Mr. Donald Sobczak, Mr. Charles Hudson, Mr. Jack Ruff, Mr. Darryl Lem. fstand ingj Mr. Williani Conley, Mr. William Morgan, Mr. Robert Collins, Mr. Ralph Voss. 103 as r Service I CLEANING STAFF: Seatedg Helen Evans, Mary Zat, Sue Cermak. Standing, Mary Cantu, Muriel Peterson, Marge Tiemens. MAINTENANCE:William Miller, Zohn Minulc, Woody Jenkins. 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Indiana University M1 hilt would We ever do Without them? 5 g 7 . . my E- 6 F Q Q.. .,:,i, V 3 fl x.f- -K J .1 r I .-fs. ,"' f .." by CK Mrs. Blackman Mrs. Gullickson Mrs. Hartzo Mrs. Hausback Mrs. Sowinski Mrs. Stoikowirz Secretary Secretary Secretary Bookstore Nurse Secretary And could We ever forget our student teachers? :ev ff: :ii 5 TE E VLAA E Tom Zasada Mr. David Kerns ii 'mLW tee!! e1'S . h Physical Education Mathematics Northern lll U Ill. State U Tom Fossbender Mr. john johnson Physical Education Mathematics Ill. State U. Ill. State U. ,vu Clarence Madszycki Mr. John Boyer Physical Education hfathcnjatics Ill- Sf-HC U. Ill. Stare U. Sherry Kaplan Business Northern lll. U. 110 I M-., -rv .Rza s W-,, Q -we ii, 6, ff . 3 Q 4 Ap . fn KA., fx V A 51,5 5 . 5 1 SYM .- f-12 22:-w -.JZ fm-'ygfy r . . :5:",',::..1 . V 1 1. .,55S':p'f.:w , ,... rebels A , ksi .paw-f 1 Q, wx .... ' 1 .Q ff 1.44 KM, . Q.. 1 As A v., ' f 1 '-N H .swf A ...z,, 2 K , -If" Qwiii-L Q.. A W A.. 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Debbie Bauer, Lynda Bear, Melody Beatty, Kathy Becker, Sherry Berglund, Rich Bergen, Laurie Bertalan, Ron Beswich, Rich Biel, jeff Bilik, Marianne Blank, Lucinda Blocker, Ken Boardway, Keith Bobic, Carol Bogdan, Debbie Borys, Nelson Bogus, Barb Bonamino, jodd Bonnar, Scott Bormann, Debbie A year s experience Bouwan, Robert Bramowicz, joan Brennan, Linda Briney, Bill Briney, Daniel Bringleson, Robbie Broomhead, Alan Brown, Sue Broza, Darlene Broza, Debbie Brum, Gary Brunetti, Nanette Bucha, Cindy Bulla, Gail Burton, Connie Cable, Ted Campbell, Deborah Cap, Audrey Capriglione, Nick Carlberg, Mark Carlino, Denise Carlson, Nancy Carr, Doug Carson, Rob Carter, Donna Cartwright, Andy Clark, Doug Conley, Barb Cooper, Bob Cooper, Red Corriere, Terri Cossler, Felisha Courtright, Terry Cox, Glen Crane, Terri Crawford, Janus Crescenzi, Dan Crescenzi, Dorothy Crosariol, Laura Crouch, jo Cutler, Carey Cutler, Doug Cwetna, Bill Dancho, George Darlington, Janet Darragh, Linda Davis, Lori DeBoer, Tom Dempsey, Ed Deichen, Carol Dickelmann, Eric Difilippo, Pat Ditter, Marilyn Dobda, Ed Dremonas, Karen Dugan, Scott Esau, Barb Etrych, Cindy Euert, Patricia Farley, Kyle Felgenhauer, Karen Felle, Steve Finlayson, Robert Finney, Doug Edelstein, Lynne Eenigenburg, Dave Elliott, Charles Emlund, Wally Engelbrecht, Kevin Ellis, Peggy Enloe, Ted Eriks, Bonnie is behind the Sophomore 4 .r, f 'J Pl ffa. 5 R. . 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' fe e 'ini' ' Z -A P n Ps A i . , . , e e Q 1 as e , Q I 5523 ,. ,S Q 1 4 ' H, L A E31 122 Fisher, John Fitzgerald, Robin Flint, Jan Flood, Ralph Flora, Loretta Follmar, Ken Fotschky, Margaret Franklin, Linda Freewald, Joanne Fritz, Francine Frye, Debbie Fuehrmeyer, Richard Galanis, Diane Gammon, Gordon Ganser, Jerry Gardner, Barbara Gardner, Brenda Gianoli, John Giles, Karen Gilman, Regis Gjeldum, Rich Glad, George Golden, Marline Gorczyca, John Gorsuch, Judie Gosciej, Tom Graham, Linda Greer, Shirley Grote, Melanie Grest, Terry Gunslogson, Lois Gostafson, Glen Guthrie, Tom Hamblin, Jeff Hansen, David Hansen, Duane Harper, Kathy Harris, Doug Hastings, Bill Hastings, Mike Haught, Neal Hedges, Tom Hektoen, Terry Hektoen, Tim Heiberger, Robert Henle, Gary Hickle, Wanda Higbee, Barb Higgins, Debbie Highland, Scott Hill, Debbie Hill, Rebecca Hinds, Dave Hirt, Jim Hockenberry, Deborah Hodge, Don Hoernig, George Holmberg, William Holmgren, Dave Holzhausser, Pat Homan, Bill Homco, Mike Honea, Joyce Hoover, Bob Hotz, Brad Hutchison, Denise Hutson, Kay Huttner, Chuck Huizenga, Frank Jacobsma, Charles James, Sharon Jansma, Charles He fights for the "Class With Spiritln, the class of '71 Jansrna, Linda -Iansma, Ray Janson, Brenda jaso, John Jensen, Peggy johnson, Dan Johnson, Debbie johnson, Kathy jones, Lydia Jonkrnan, Dave Jordon, Ken lunakas, john jun , Beverly junier, John Kane, Cindy Karwatl-ca, Joe Kaszak, Dave Kegebein, Donna Kegebein, Kris Kelley, Richard Kellner, Steve Kennedy, Kathy Kieres. Debbie Kiester, Jeff King, Nancy Klebs, ,lim Klucher, Suzanne Knoerzer, LuAnn Kobeszka, Caren Kohut, Charlotte Koleff, Pat Kosakowski, John Koselke, Tim Kowalczyk, jeff Kozul, Laura Kreps, Kathy Krilich, Robert Krygier, Karen Kuhlmann, Kenneth Labahn, Diane Lahti, Glenn Larue, Ben LeClaire, Kathy Lee, Anna Lee, janet Lehnhoff, Sandy Lembcke, Diane Lindemann, Rich Lindish, Sheila Linke, Bob Linn, Bruce Liptack, Gar Listen, Joan Lively, jean Loferski, Phyllis Love, Donna Lucas, Ross Madix, Tom Malcolm, Scott Maloney, Mike Manno, Mike Margraff, Debbie Marich, Edithann Maroc, Georann Marsteller, Sue Martin, Janice Martin, Roberta Martine, Shirlee Martinson, Paul Matusz, Joanie Mauch, Jimm Mazon, Debbie s Nga QV f . ff Y' , .. A- if-P :rw T - , Y -- A 1 .U 4-'- mesa 'A ' N ' L : , K 3: 51, :",5L . W, 'KKL jfg Eff' . 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'J J . .-,-,. 1" r , if 124 McDermott, Pam McDonald, Barb McDonald, Joan McGraw, Nancy Iwiclaaughlin, Garry McWilliams, Linda Medendorp, Donna Meilliur, Joan Michalak, Crol Michniewicz, Terry Miller, Pam Miller, Rich Miller, Jesse Mills, Pam Mirich, Robert Mitchell, Jeanne Mlynarcik, Larry Moeller, Chris Moeller, Kerry Moore, Brenda Moore, Brett Morgan, Laura Morrison, Kevin Mote, Kay Mulder, Rhonda Murray, Frances Murrin, Michelle Nairn. Mike Napoli, Maris Neumann, Janet Noort, Joanne Nowaczyk, Tim Okeley. Sharon Olsen, Don Orban, Sherry Oswalt, Robert Palenik, Dave Parker, Pamela Parro, Kris Pasquarella, Teri Peres, Larry Perovich, Rick Peters, Beth Peters, Gretchen Peterson, Debbie Peterson, Karen Piltaver, Liz Pinsky, Carol Pluskota, Wayne Poe, Carey Poplawsik, Wand Porter, Roberta Postma, Coralee Prather, Terry Prondzinski, Rich Rach, Pam Rahn, Ken Rajkovich, Dan Ramanna, Sabena Rathbone, Gary Rebey, Sue Reeb, Patty Reece, Roger Reid, Bill Relich, Ron Rhoda, Nancy Rice, Jayme Roethler, Wayne Rossi, Barbara Rossman, Jack Salow, Ray Schaberg, Kathy 3. The Sophomore Scheidt, Joyce Schlinger, Gary Schmall, Cathy Schmidt, Larry Schmitz, joe Schmitt, Ken Schroeter, Cynthia Schultz, Dan Schultz, Diane Schumann, David Schumann, Mark Sell, Roberta Sheppard, Diane Shropshire, Craig Sicich, Myke Simmons, Wayne Simpson, Carla Sinchak, Ron Skinner, Pat Slattery, jim Smirniotis, Barb Smith, Anita Smith, Efhe Smith, Laurel Snyder, Ron Soeka, Cathy Soeka, Mary Somes, Cheryl Sowinski, Debbie Spargo, Ralph Stamper, George Stassen, Rob Steere, Rich Stephens, Marcia Sterbenc, Nancy Stewart, jim Stinnett, Melinda Stinsor, Rich Stooksbury, Scott Strahl, Rhonda Styck, Rich Swanson, John Swets, Harris Sybesma, Nancy Sylvester, Ron Szwet, Robert Tempco, Gary Thomas, Dave Tiltges, Dave Timm, Gary Tinberg, Charles Tobey, Steve Todd, Rickey Toepfer, Mike Tomsic, Rich Traver, Donna Trease, Vickie Trevino, Maria Trock, Brian Trojnar, Tim Tryon. Bill Uhll, Tom Usselman, Nancy Utter, Barb Valco, Mark finds his place in the student body .,., '-it ii -.f: S ' wx' A T' U 'PC arf R' X 4,5 2 C I 151 I h fi g? . , ,gl ,,,,, ,, M -1 '71 e Wag fr U , re- 4 C. V r eesr ,,,,, C ,,,,,,, irrs t , , CC C C, ,f ES r a, lm ie C 5 3 9 S, at ' X' 4-Q ' at .C AR 4 all FF 'L' Xa U 'S sg .Jw K C-'Q ix ac ,, Cp, ., ,. Q Vx 'T 'LIP '-Q X. f Sri s -- :C.. ,,...,.. i.Caca1f,r..r wt 1' fx ii ii' ri Q X u S A - t al BQ.. . i x . " N f Q i ' S ' ' .' Q 5 irri S S Ia: 'C N W Q f c A A , C C . I. C,,.,. ia, .. , A .ig , 4 I Q, J he 4 an . ff- g ' an , i" i S 4 ff li S .. ,S 4 :Q 'f ,xr ,Z K 5 it 1. .4 ' W L ' ixq :N Cc i .cC,, SC K 1 :ti ti , . 4 qi ' e aa . if K 1 Sis + A Q' e Vandel-by, Anna K eCk,k , ' C s if . . b VanDerNoord, Ed CC -xr K If - we j ,W -' -,.. . he G VanDerVeen, Myra K W 5 ' . A ', 'P 2 A .Cv j A Vanderwerff, Gary 'R 5 N' ,, 2 m b ,uq , Van Drie, Linda k i , ,, Cz 15163 " K V20 G0fP, ROD ' W 3 F t , 1 e VanLaningham, Marilou I ia, N 1 , X Q' 125 . ,ln li,- They are Proud to be Sophomores but long to be . f-Q, KLVA . . KK.. za, - "' - , , J - W 1 , it : .. . it ea me ai., Q , C f ' . Y a 5 , ,, , , P, X' 5 1 il - ix Qi '-P -. ., 5, . xi 3 ,J tg., K K - Qflfiwiig WYSf3Sg,'f'2if:7e.Ygrzgsgrfg'gg,wg gk, R, ' ' 7 K' K KKA- t, .. 1 1, miie :Z .. stir?-ar ' ' ' S Q2-1" eff' ' ,. ' a " - ' M' . l - k ,..k. , ,.,L -g kj ..,, -Iumbht ,Q ,, L A Q ,ax i I . 1 i A Q, ,W E x 9. ,in 1 --fi, ' f 1 i, ,.,. ' N Ji. It ,ff ii Y SE?:.r'f r 1 it , ex - V L. A he Aftgg Q 3 , . t . 'A at at H K Qi 'f er.:f.'eM3n J " K . J .. T a Z t " it Q , A .,,. fa . ,, , x , . ,ga A V, , ., . A I- - f 1 f eetie 7, ni li X .- - 1 . KA-kL- A , -' , .5 Q -Q . 1-f V. J U 1 ' X a ifi i' Q -g.'-A ' :. -at J , we . 1 . , ,., , W . . V Q , , . I 7 X ai- 3 ' ' ' if .X if QQ K ,. ri ,I g t gs . ' X el- ww-A ' t 1 .11 It .,., rt fx iff' ff 145. 1 as . J . K , - . Q 5' C. Q W we ' A r tv' 2' ' ' -' 3 - ,. L, K X :V Q K .Q wif' ,. . f ' in f Z' N - Q' ' t - ' S , , V, i "mk .... r 1 tr' P ' L,., 5? it 1l1lf'f4f.r?'4 W 3 of Q f A 5 b N 1, 7 ' -fa Q i. , i' ' J rv - J L- ,..,.., n . f 5 is Q Q Z r. , Q'-. . 1 r ' ..f Q S44 Y wr ' '. 5 f 1 N-V, A ka I. ,- . ,t 1: , - . ., ,J ' 1 ji - - . 126 Van Nieren, Charles Vickers, Marilyn Victor, David Visnack, Kathy Wachowski, Jerry Wagner, Nicolette Walker, Craig Walker, Renee Wall, Betty Wall, Karen Wank, Rose Warburton, Kerry Watson, Deborah Watterson, Warren Waugh, Jan Webb, Jerry Werhane, Suzanne Werner, Nancy Werner, Vern Widstrand, George Wilcox, Brenda Wilkerson. JoAnne Willer, Lynda Wilson, Jim Wilson, Terry Winkler, Cherie Witcher, Steve Wojiechonski, Joann XVojiehowski, Mark Wfojcik, Wesley Wollack, John Wtmolsey, Jan Wories, Theresa Wozniak, Cindy Wright, Dave Wuest, Linda Yackanich, Pete Yauger, Joyce Yellina, Joyce Young, Dan Zandstra. Danial Zandstra, Steve Zaur, Karen Zebrauskas, Don Zeldenrust, Joann Zentz. Dale Zimmer, Laurel Zimmerman, Egan Zion, Gerald Zorka, Alice Zych, Pete ,Ar- 'pm +11 Xa gi seg ,L ,Q L1I11OI'S Alderden, Bob Allen, Elizabeth Aloia, Kathy Amadio, Karen Anderson, Kris Anzelmo, Gary Archanbault, Steve Archer, Kathy Arlandson, Gayle Ashley, Darrell Aubertin, Gary Baahclcy, Denise Badger, Ken Bakalyar, Michell Baldwin, Kevin Ball, Bfarilyn Banas, Dave Banik, Pat Barker, Sherry Barlage, Terry Bartkowicz, Kathy Becker, Bill Bednarek, janet Begley, Chris Behrendt. 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Dave Kingdom, Mark Kinnane, Judy Kooy, Bruce Kooy, Larry Koselke, Debbie Kostalik, Henry Kotur, Tom Kovacs, Aaron Kresach, Lynda Krolak, Judi Kuhl, Phyllis Kuhlmann, Dennis Kunka, Anita Kuipers, Perry Kuyper, Diane Lane, Martin Lange, Butch Lange, Dave Lange, Edith Lange, Greg Langmeyer, Gary Larson, Yvonne LeMonier, Dan LeMonier, Pat Liesenfelt, Linda Linn, john Linquist, Maribeth Livingston, Ed Livingston, Greg Loquist, Kris Luszvk, Dennis Lund, Hans Lutz, Harve MacDougall, Laura Machtemes, Darlene Magraw, Sandi Malone, Debbie Mannarelli, jeff Maravilla, Cindy Maravilla, Rod Martin, Cathy Mauck, Randy Maurer, Bill McGrath, Terry McLaurin, Loretta McMaster, Bill McSwiggan, Linda Mellendorf, jan Meyers, Elaine Micholski, Betty Pride is in their hearts and a class ring is on their fingers Miller, Debbie Miller, Kathy Miller, Kirk Miller, Kyle Miller, Pat Miller Roseann Moeller, Denise MoH:at, Tom Monical, Gary Moore, jim Moran, Thomas Morgan, Doug Morrison, Craig Mounts, Judy Muller, Ken Mullen, Sue Mulligan, Bob Murphy, Edward Murach, joan Murray, Linda Murrin, Martin Nadasdy, George Nagy, Mark Neier, Evelyn Nemeth, Ellen Nesovich, Iohn Nester, Larry Novak, Debbie O'B-rock, Eric O'Connor, Tim Oldenburg, jim Oderwald, Bob O'Donnell, Roberta Olen, Ellen O'Neal, Pat Oppenhuis, Grant Padula, Bill Paiak, Roberta Panozzo, Madge Paris, Budd Parro, Kirk Parry, JoAnn Patheiger, Denise Pauling, Rhonda Perkins, Jaci Perrin, Tom Peters, Norman Peterson, Rich Pienkowski, jim Pietranczyk, Ann Piltaver, Kathy Polanski, Xavier Pondinas, XY'ayne Poore, Don Poplawski, Tom Poropat, Lenore Porte, Tony Portlock, Stan Potter, Rob Pranske, Steve Puffke, Carol Raasch. 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I H L , , ,, 5 .W it ' , W 1 f 4 - .f , ' l , " i f1--f V, , Q, ff ' J' '2 , ii W ' "'L"" V' if t ' T 2 - , i t iis x r R .fe 'i R f fi : 15? i 5 1 it 1 132 Robertson, Penny Rhodda, Janet Rodriguez, Cindy Roethler, Ray Roper, Tom Ross, Tom Roth, Vlim Ryan, Dave Sabados, Patrick Salvage, Kent Sasewich, Mike Sauer, Rosemary Sausaman, Joyce Sausaman, Bob Schmidt, Donna Schieben, Gay Schoon, Pete Schroeder, Paul Schultz, Ted Schumacher. llladelyn Schuur, Cathy Schwartz, Nickey Schwebke, Bob Seils, David Selangowski, Bill Seymour, Al Shone, Larry Simmons, Carol Siverton, hfeachelle Skinner. Laurie Smit, Randall Smith, Dave Smith, Kathy Sohl, Don Sons, Barbara Sonntag, jim Spear, Carey Stalony. Kathy Starks. Bob Stauff, Kristine Stech. Ron Steinbach, Laurie Stelzcr, Rich Stengel, Jackie Stewart, Janie Stewart, -Ioellyn Stewart, Steve Stone, Tone Stooksbury, Pamela Summerfield, Carol Sumpte'r, Sally Sybesma. ,lim Szulcewski, Larry Tegtmeyer, Candy Tepavcevich, Andy Tereba, Bob Thomas, Greg Thompson, Cathy Tiltges, Robin Todd, Chris Toms, Dave Trebs, Stephen Trock, Mark Tuhich, Dan Turner, Sue Urtz, Bill Urtz, Chris Urtz, Leonard Usselman, Norm Van Corp, Elizabeth XY'achowski, Mike Wfagner, Robbie Ar last they take the Walter, Lewis Warburton, Darryl Warfel, Mike Washburn, Vivian Wasson, Bettie Watkins, Margo Watson, Gail Watts, Roberts Wenger, Connie Westerhotf, JoAnn Wezgray, Jan White, Butch White, Debbie Whyle, Paul Wickstrom, Sue Wiedman, Christopher Wild, Lorrie Wilkerson, Jeff Williamson, Norman Wilke, Barbara Winchester, Ed Winkler, Mark Wojciechowski, Fran Wold, Bill Wollack, Jim Woods, Melanie Wories, Pete Wright, Dawn Wysocki, Ron Vaida, Judy Vanderby, Bert Vanclerby, Findlay VanDrie, Brenda VanDrie, John Van Milligen, David VanMilligen, Joyce Vannort, Gary Van Vossen, Leroy Veal, Jeanette Vincent, Margaret Vos, Harold Yocum, Roy Yurek, John Zanclstra, Cheryl Zarowzy, Connie Zaur, Gary Zentz, Rocky Zimmerman, Joe Zimmerman, Pat Zupanic, Joanna Hnal step to the year as seniors. ' -J is as 5 -ii . X 3' rig , si 'MT .3 y S Alta S- W . ff' at - ff ,, ,E an I '? ,V ,ji if s Q5 N5 . , - . ab f wf,,,,.1, i :ii ... .- f - If B P W t . :vi L," f fx Z: A M , Qi,-' P ck! in . 1 Q 'Y 'f f t 35. ae . .ii 3 t if xg ei, ,,i, i ' ,-as if J sal E4 isis? ,iff , . 1' Q 'f ,""? if A -if . .Q K Q :L A i 'X Q A il- 'Tia A i . , , G ' K - wi W -Y 3, rf e i f QF ' " ' B .J J J sf, ,jr fl ag? 'Q J' Ma ...x - -.,, , if ,-E' f ' f i ,K wi t, it u .v fl , ,gba ' f J , Y bw . 1 in SIB if ,3- Q si .23 7' fl 'Z 2 'Rin tg fr QM! l The Class of 1969 issfss 3 t 6 1 , L ,Q . st A 3 'W' ll Y s. -,b ... H, A it Q 3 35, E5-Eff n rt 33 Wig I' wwsssgnawisff' it Q L ff .ff Senior Class Otlicers-Kathy Prondzinski, Secretary, Sue Myers, Treasurerg Carol Mizanin, Vice-Presidentg Bob Collins, President Gregg Abell-"Edjuah" in ' john Albert-''Albtu"-Wrestling 1. 2. Norma Albertsen-G.A,A. 1, pin3 Intermediate Band 13 Varsity Band 2, 3, 43 Dramatics Club 3, 43 Pep Club 1, 23 Play Cast 2, 3. Gail Allen-Terrapin Club 13-Dramatics Club 13 Pep Club l. Karen Anderson-G.A.A. 13 Advanced Girls Chorus 33 Concert Choir 43 Pep Club 1, 2, 3, 43 Library Assistant 3. Kristine Anderson-"Kris"-G.A.A. 13 Advanced Girls Chorus 33 Concert Choir 43 Pep Club 1, 2, 3, 43 Clinic Assistant 1. Diane Anker-"Anlc"-Terrapin Club 1, 23 Dramatics Club 13 D.O. 3, 43 Secretary 3. Glenn Ariiistrong-Wrestling 1, 2, 3, 43 Letter 2, 3, 43 Russian Club 1, 23 Letterman's Club 2, 3, 43 Dramatics , .im Club 1 3 Gym Assistant 4. E Robert Armstrong-"Bob''-Baseball 1, 23 Athletic Manager l 13 Letter 13 Statistician 13 Wrestling 1, 2, 33 Letter 2, 33 Letterman's Club 3, 4g Gym Assistant 43 Gym Leader 43 Hall Monitor 4. The Class of '69 is welcomed to TF by the lst teacher strike in the state Dawn Marie Arney-''Pookey"-Transferred from T. F. North, Calumet City, Illinois in 19663 Spanish Club 1, 23 Speech 1, 23 Pep Club 1, 2. joseph August-''joe"-Transferred from Paris High School, Paris, Illinois in 19663 Football 1, 23 Letter 1, 23 Basketball 13 Letter 13 Golf 1, 2, 3, 43 Letter 1, 2, 3, 4. Sharon Aurich-"Shale"-Student Council lg Terrapin 13 Russian Club 1, 23 Freshman Girls Chorus 13 Advanced Girls Chorus 23 Concert Choir 33 Double Sextette 4g Dra- matics Club 13 Pep Club lg Follies Cast 3. Cheryl Ann Bailey-"Cher"-G.A.A. 3: Gym Assistant 2. Patricia Lynn Bain-"Patti"-G.A.A. 1, 23 Terrapin Club 1, 23 Freshman Girls Chorus 13 Advanced Girls Chorus 23 Dramatics Club lg Pep Club 1. jeff Bakker-Athletic Manager 13 Freshman Boys Chorus 1. Michael Baldwin-''Irish"--Football 1, 23 Letter 1, 23 Rus- sian Club 33 Hall Monitor 4. Arthur C. Banet-"Art"-Latin Club 2, 3, 4, Harry M. Baran-Football 1, 2, 3, 43 Letter 3, 43 Track 23 Letterman's Club 3, 4. Perry Barrett-Cross Country 43 Basketball 1, 2, 33 Letter 1, 2, 33 Russian Club 23 Hall Monitor 2, 3, 4. Paul Barclay-"Paul"-Wrestling 1, 2, 3, 43 Letter 3, 43 Letterman's Club 43 Freshman Boys Chorus lg Concert Choir 33 A Cappella Choir 23 Gym Leader 3, 43 Hall Monitor 43 Follies Cast 3. Darlene jean Barzda-"Dar"-Clinic Assistant 2. judith Ann Becker-"Becker"-G.A.A. 1, 2, 3, 43 Letter 1, 2, 3, 43 Cadet Band 13 Intermediate Band 23 Varsity Band 3, 43 Letter 43 Pep Club 1, 23 Follies Cast 3. james Bedell-"Billy" Sue Bedell-"Suzie"-G.A.A. 13 Freshman Girls Chorus lg Advanced Girls 23 Concert Choir 33 A Cappella Choir 33 Double Sextette 43 Dramatics Club 13 Pep Club 23 Play Cast 13 French Club 1, 2, 33 Secretary 23 Vice- President 33 Follies Cast 3. Q x or 'M vi' W we ,gg 455 4' . f -H W.. X, s gage? S- ill 3' 3 .Pl N 1 A Z X vi . .... ,AOK if ff. 1 8 i ,,..4v wr: I L- hear in Wonderment the tales of the TF South cafeteria Nr., " ' " - 3 - A A 1 .F . 1 l 'S i , ' L Qfjg S ' .Q lk f x if 3 . i "Wav iffig . . fs 4, - Q L' I ' 't.t . 1 .. ,. , 1 Y. -Q . is?iEZ2Y.iw-711' ,wt '-- I QQ . H-.Zigi . -2.4,-,. 3n,weEeg ,V ,:,. . , 33,3 136 tftt,, ... af--"' james A. Behrens-"jim"-Russian Club 1, 2. Sue Bennett-Transferred from Hamilton High School, Rockford, Illinois in 19663 Model Office 4. Christie Ann Beres-''Christie"-F.T.A. 43 Activities Chair- man 43 Guidebook Staff 2, 33 Co-Editor 23 Editor 33 Pep Club 13 Cheerleader 2, 33 Junior Honor Society 33 Na- tional Honor Society Vice-President 43 Dean's Oflice 2, 33 Guidance Ollice 43 Prom Committee Chairman 33 Home- Coming Queen Candidate 43 DAR Winner 43 Illinois Gifted Program 43 Assistant at Nathan Hale 43 Follies Cast 3. Russell Berglund-"Russl'-Hall Monitor 2. Roger Bertalan-"Slim''-Football 13 Swim 1, 23 Letter 1, 23 Athletic Manager 1, 23 Letter 1, 23 Spanish Club 1, 23 Follies Cast 1, 2. Thomas J. Beswick-"Tom"--Football 1, 23 Letter 1, 23 Baseball 23 Letter 23 Freshman Boys Chorus 13 Concert 2, 43 Meistersingers 3, 43 Wrestling 23 Letter 23 Follies Cast 4. Rosemary Bieda-''Rosen-Transferred from Bishop Noll High School, Hammond, Indiana in 19663 Latin Club 13 Freshman Girls Chorus 13 French Club 3, 4. Kathie jean BlinkYFreshman Girls Chorus 13 Advanced Girls Chorus 23 Concert Choir 33 Double Sextette 43 Library Assistant 33 Follies Cast 3, 4. Susan Boardman-''Sue"-F.B.L.A. 43 Freshman Girls Chorus 13 Advanced Girls Chorus 23 Concert Choir 33 Double Sextette 43 Drarnatics Club 13 Follies Cast 3, 4. Kathy Bolek-"Bo Bo"-G.A.A. 1, 2, 3, 43 F.B.L.A. 43 Cadet Band 13 Double Sextette 43 Pep Club 1. Rebecca jean Bonnar-''Becky"-Spanish Club 2, 3, 43 President 2, 33 Treasurer 23 Committee Chairman 43 F.T.A. 13 Rebel Rouser Staff 3, 43 Postscript Underclass Editor 43 Freshman Girls Chorus 13 Advanced Girls Chorus 2, 33 Dramatics Club 1, 2, 3, 43 National Thes- pian Society 3, 43 Pep Club 33 Play Cast 2, 3, 43 Contest Tour Play 2, 3, 4. Cheryl Bornfleth Darlene Faye Bos-"Fabian"-Gym Leader 4. Gregory Bossick+''Greg"-Football lg Letter 13 Basketball 13 Letter 13 Track 13 Letter 13 F.T.A. 23 Freshman Boys Chorus 13 Gym Leader 23 Hall Monitor 1, 23 D.O. 3, 43 Treasurer 33 President 4. Bill Bramowicz-''Bill"-Sportsmanlike Drivingg Russian Club 13 General Office 1. The girls react to their gymsuits bloomer dlys 81 ugly green Carol Brauer-"Carol''-Student Council 4, Terrapin Club 1, F.T.A, 4, Dramatics Club 1, 2, Pep Club 1, 2, 3, 4, National Honor Society 4, General Office 4, Play Cast 4, 1968 Graduation Participant 3, French Club 1, 2, Follies Cast 3. Bruce Bringleson-"Bringle''-Football 1, 2, Letter 1, 2, Intermediate Band 1, Varsity 2, 3, 4, Wrestling 1, Stage Band 1, 2, 3, 4. Brent Brinkman-"Rainman Brunt"-Golf 2, 3, 4, Letter 2, 3, 4, Latin Club 1, 2, Cadet Band 1, Letterman's Club 3, 4, Dramatics Club 1, National Thespian Society 2, 3, 4, National Forensic League 4, Play Cast 1, 2, 3, 4. Trudy Brouillette-Y''Shortyu-G.A.A. 1. Marvin j. Browni"Marv"-Boy's Club Board 1, Russian Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Library Assistant 1, 2, 3. Wayne Brumm-"XVayner''-Football 1, 2, 3, Letter 1, 2, 3, Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4, Letter 1, 2, 3, 4, Captain 2, Co-Captain 4, Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4, Letter 1, 2, 3. 4, Cap- tain 2, Student Council 3, Russian Club 1, 2, Officer 2, Letterman's Club 2, 3, 4, Freshman Boys Chorus 1, A Cappella Choir 2, Concert Choir 3, 4, Meistersingers 4, National Honor Society 4, Gym Leader 4, Class President 1, Vice-President 2, Prom Committee Chairman 3, Follies Cast 3, 4, Chairman 3. Tom Brunke-q"Brunke" David julius Bulla-"Dave"-Football 1, 2, Letter 1, 2, Swim 1, 2, Letter 1, 2. john Burnetsky-Transferred from Fenger High School, Chica o, Illinois in 1967, Football 4, Wrestling 3, 4, Mixed: Chorus 2, Key Club, Vice-President, Drill Pla- toon, Special Drill Team, Follies Cast 3. Jeanette Burnson-Transferred from Loy Norrix High School, Kalamazoo, Michigan in 1967, F.N.C. 2, Sci- ence Club 2, Pep Club 2, 3, Follies Cast 3. Kenneth R. Burse-"Ken"-Spanish Club 2, Follies Cast 3. Beverly Burton-"Bow Bey"gTransferred from Crane Tech High School, Chicago, Illinois in 1967, G.A.A. 1, 2, Concert Choir 1, 2, Library Assistant 4. Linda Campbell Bruce Cap-Golf 1, 2, 3, 4, Letter 1, 2, 3, 4, Letterman's Club 4. Ron Carlson-Cross Country 1. 26 mches of snow Sc 10 foot drifts close TF South for 2 days in anuary Patricia Carranoh-"Pat"-Pep Club 13 Clinic Assistant 23 Cafeteria Assistant 3. Linda Carroll-Freshman Girls Chorus 13 French Club 1, 2. Paul Carter-"Punk"-Football 13 Letter 13 Swim 13 Let- ter 13 Hall Monitor 23 Follies Cast 1, 23 D.E. 4g Vice- President 4. Ronald Chaffee-"Beaker" Kathy R. Christian-''Kaihyu-F.B.L.A, 1, 2, 33 D.F. Assistant 43 0.0. 4. janet Claussen-G.A.A. 2, 33 Terrapin Club 33 A Cappella Choir 23 Concert Choir 33 Double Sextette 43 Follies Cast 3, 43 Swim Timer 1. Robert C. Collins-''Bobbie'-Football 1, 2, 3, 43 Letter 1, 2, 3, 4g Track 23 Letterman's Club 3, 43 Intermediate Band 13 Varsity Band 2, 3, 43 junior Honor Society 33 National Honor Society 43 Stooge 4g Prom Co-Chairman 33 1968 Graduation Participant 33 Stage Band 23 Senior Class President 43 Follies Cast 3, 4. Debbie Companiott-"Debbie'-Transferred from Thorn- ridge High School, Dolton, Illinois. Vlilliam Robert Conley jr.-"Bill"-Football 13 Letter 13 Dramatics Club 1, 2, 3, 4: Vice-President 43 National Thespian Society 2, 3, 43 National Forensic League 2, 3, 43 President 4g Speech 2, 3, 43 Junior Honor Society 33 National Honor Society 43 Play Cast 1, 2, 3, 43 1968 Graduation Participant 33 Prom Committee Chairman 33 Illinois Boys State Delegate 43 Follies Cast 3, 4. Kenneth L. Conrad-"Suzzy" A, Christopher Cooper-"Chris"-DF. 4. Harry Corbet Ralph Corriere-''Cl1uck"fStage Crew 13 Prom Committee Chairman 3. Michael Costello-Transferred from Fenger High School, Chicago, Illinois, in 19683 Cross Country 13 Swim 23 Letter 23 Track 23 Letter 23 German Club 1. Alan Danaheri''Gus"-Basketball 13 Letter 13 Golf 23 Letter 23 Track 3, 43 Letter 3, 4g Letterman's Club 43 Varsity Band 1, 2, 3. "Get Rich uick, Bank on the Rebels"-our lst place float in 1967 Ralph S. Davy-"Red Baron"-Football 13 Basketball 13 Cadet Band 13 Follies Cast 23 D.E. 4, Thomas Day Nancy DeBoerALatin Club 1, 2, 33 Vice-President 33 G.A.A. 1, 23 Terrapin Club 1, 2, 33 F.T.A. 33 Varsity Band 1, 2, 3, 43 Letter 23 National Honor Society 43 French Club 3, 43 Swim Timers 3, 43 Stage Band 3, 43 Follies Cast 3. Thomas L. Deichenf"Tom''-Basketball 1, 23 Letter 1, 2. Grace Dernanuele-"GraCie"AGirl's Club Board 23 G.A,A. 1, 2, 33 Circle 23 Pep Club 1, 2, 43 Clinic Assistant 23 Gym Assistant 2. Deborah Denier Glen DeVallc-"Nubby"-Swim 2, 33 Letter 2, 33 Hall Monito1'4. Ron DeValkS''Hawlc'-Football 43 Letter 43 Basketball 2. 33 Letter 2, 33 Swim 13 Track 1, 23 Letter 23 Football All-Conference 43 AllAArea Team for the Hammond Times 43 Letterman's Club 3, 43 Gym Leader 33 Hall Monitor 3, 4. Kenneth DeVries--"Ralph"-Speech 13 Bookstore Assistant 1, 23 Follies Cast 3. Pam DeYoungA-"Pam"-G.A.A. 13 D.IZ. 4. , y,., ss if A aati fii'7' " giggle 3 3, 3-f 3 5 S Qs 1 . 3' - . R -. -if-fer-1 .qt 5 ,f-5555+ R ,R -,T .Z , K 3, v 53 f 1 t as Q A F 1 DQ: QA t S we 31 X39 fs? 3 X- ia.-1 , A 4 ww '31 1 xx 1- fwkfwxsi S5 1 Rv 1 355, 1 'P l . air: :..E :-:'..- . David DickinSonA"Dave''-Football 1, 23 Letter 1, 23 4 Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4, Letter 1, 2, 3, 4, Wrestling 1, 2, 5, 4, lts ssss t t Letter 1, 2, 43 Letterman's Club 43 Freshman Boys Chorus ' .Q ' tilt 13 A Cappella Choir 23 Concert 43 Mcistersingers 3, 43 Q i Hall Monitor 43 Follies Cast 3. I 3 3 Patricia L1 Diebel-"Patty"-G.A.A. 13 Pep Club 23 Dcan's , Office 2, 3. 2 t3i C' . -. ..:- P .g Dave Doclaro-"Dodo"-Gym Assistant 5. Christine Dunham-'Chris''-G.A.A. 1, Terrapin Club 1, 23 Varsity Band 1. Z. .lean Duzek-Latin Club 1, 2, 3, 43 Freshman Girls Chorus 13 Advanced Girls Chorus 2, 33 Concert 43 Dramatics Club 2, 3 x l 13313. X 4. by Q Rs 4 1 ,,,--E' ..-W3 Q ' ,ff-K 191' Q 3, fthe Ist class to have a choice of class rings-panel or dome E2 it 5 H ...: t. A -WN, Kathlene Dyrcz-"Kathie"-G.A.A. 13 Rebel Rouser Staff 43 French Club 1, 2, 3. Mary Fbbens-Terrapin Club 1, 2, 3, 43 Cadet Band 1, 2. Alan J. Eckhardt-''Pinhead"-Basketball 13 Letter 13 Swim 13 Letter 13 Follies Cast 4. Art Edelstein-Wrestling 1. Lena Ekesioo-T. F. South foreign exchange student from Sweden, Clinic Assistant 1. Barbara Kathleen Elliot-"Poet"-French Club 13 G.A.A. 13 Dramatics Club lg Stooge 33 Teacher's Assistant 3, 4g Follies Cast 3. Cehervl Rhea Elliott+"Shari"-Freshman Girls Chorus '13 Advanced Girls Chorus 2g Library Assistant 2, 3. Eston VI. Ellis-"Sl-cip"fCross Country 43 Letter 4g Track 43 Athletic Manager 1, 2, 33 Letter 1, 2, 33 Letterman's Club 3, 43 Freshman Boys Chorus 1. Larry Emery Terry Engelbrecht--Transferred from Bishop Noll, Ham- mond, Indiana in 19672 Swim 3, 4. David Ervin-Freshman Boys Chorus lg Mixed Chorus 23 Dramatics Club 1. Pamela Farthing-''Suz"-Transferred from Herrin High School in 19673 Mixed Chorus lj Freshman Girls Chorus Donna Fazio-F.B.L.A. 1, 23 DO. 3, 4. Christine Feeley-"Tina''-Transferred from Glenbard Fast High School in Glen Ellyn, Illinois. Mark Feigenbaum-''VUimp"-Football lg Letter lg Golf 23 Letter 23 Russian Club 1, 2. 4 -- - f ' + f, - jp, , 1 - A A' 4. ., "We are mellow, We are fine, We're the class of '69 - our Class motto' U Janet Ferko-Terrapin Club 1, 2, 3, 4. Lee Fletscher Cathy Fisher-"Fish" Virginia Flasko-''Gingern-Student Council 2, 3, 4 G.A.A. 13 Freshman Girls Chorus lg Pep Club 1, 23 Secretary Treasurer 13 Follies Cast 3. Nancy Flaws-G.A.A. lg Freshman Girls Chorus 1. Ellen L. Fogle-"Elf"-Spanish Club 2, 3, 43 Vice-Presi- dent 33 President 43 G.A.A. 1, 43 F.T.A. 1, 23 Rebel Rouser Staff 43 Russian Club 3, 43 Dramatics Club 1, 23 Follies Cast 3. wg, Candy Follmar-G.A.A. 13 Pep Club 2, 3, 43 Library Assist- ant 2, 43 Prom Committee Chairman 3. Arthur Fotschky-''Bubbleheadn-Football 2, 33 Letter Z, 33 Swim 1, 2, 33 Letter 1, 2, 33 Track 23 Letterman's Club 3, 43 Gym Leader 2, 33 Hall Monitor 1, 43 Ger- man Club 2. Donna Franklin-''Benn--Freshman Girls Chorus 13 Dra- matics Club 13 Pep Club 13 1968 Graduation Participant 33 Stooge 4. Www Debra ,lean Freemani''Debbie'--Latin Club 1, 2, 33 G.A.A. 13 Terrapin Club 1, 2, 33 Freshman Girls Chorus 13 A Cappella Choir 2, 33 Double Sextette 43 National Thespian Society 3, 43 Dramatics Club 1, 23 Play Cast , 2, 33 Tour Play 33 National Honor Society 43 Clinic Assistant 13 Follies Cast 3, 4, Jerald N. Fritz-"jerry"-Swim 13 Tennis 2, 3, 43 Let- ter 3, 43 2nd Conference Doubles 33 Science Club 2, 33 Letterman's Club 43 Dramatics Club 1, 2, 3, 43 National Thespian Society 2, 3, 43 Best Actor Award 2, 33 Speech 3, 43 National Forensic League 2, 3, 43 Most Promising Underclassmen Award 33 Recorder 43 "Voice of the Rebels" 43 Play Cast 1, 2, 3, 43 junior Honor Society 33 National Honor Society 3, 43 Prom Committee Chairman 33 Follies Cast 3, 43 Scoreboard Worker 1, 2, 33 It's Aca- demic Team 3, 43 Captain 43 Independent Study Program W., 43 Play Student Director 4. fs' Q"-xp Sandra Sue Fritz-"Sandy"-G,A.A. 1, 23 Freshman Girls Chorus 13 Pep Club 2, 3, 43 General Office 43 Shorthand Award Winner 3. - Chris GalIionHFootball 1. 23 Letter 1, 2. Keith Gardner-Russian Club 23 Hall Monitor 3. Judith A. GasquoineA''Gassern-Student Council 1, 2, 3, 43 President 43 Girl's Club Board 13 Terrapin Club 13 Russian Club 1, 23 Freshman Girls Chorus lg Dramatics Club 13 Pep Club 13 Cheerleader 2, 3, 43 Dean's Office 2, 3, 43 Homecoming Queen Candidate 43 Prom Commit- tee Chairman 33 DAR Award Candidate 43 Independent Study Program 43 Follies Cast 3. 141 regret, Sc embarrassment William H. George-"Bill George"-Football 1, Golf 2, 3, 4, Letter 2, 3, Baseball 1. We at . qi., . ,Q get ee , John Giles-"johnny"-Hall Monitor 4. -2 Tl Sandra Lynn Goddard4"Alky''-Transferred from High- land High School, Highland, Indiana in 19673 G.A.A. 1, 4, F.B.L.A. 2, Dramatics Club 2, Stage Crew 2, 4, Speech 2, Pep Club 1, 2, Clinic Assistant 1, 2. Shirley Goluska-Latin Club Z, 3, G.A.A, 1, 2, 3, 4, Recording Secretary 3, Awards 1, 2, 3, Terrapin Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Pin 3, F.T.A. 3, 4, Gym Assistant 3, 4, Swim Timers 2, 3, 4. Cindy Graham-''Crackersn-G.A.A. 1, Terrapin Club 1, 2, 3, Pep Club 1, Follies Cast 1. Albert jay Greentieldf"Deviate"-Tennis 2, 3, 4, Letter 3, 4, Russian Club 1, 2, National Thespian Society 3, 4, Treasurer 3, Dramatics Club 1, 2, Speech 2, 3, Book- store Assistant 2, Play Cast 1, 2. 3, Follies Cast'3. Timothy D, Greider-''Greider"-Transferred from East Leyden, River Grove, Illinois in 1968, Football 1, Fresh- man Boys Chorus 1. Penny Gritbnfujustn-G.A.A. 1, Terrapin Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Gym Leader 3. George Grote--'Psych"-German Club 3, 4. Gary Groth-Dramatics Club 1, 2, Play Cast 1, Z. Alan Grudzien-"Al" "Charlie"-Stage Crew 1, Hall Mon- itor 2g Wrestling 1, D.O. 3, 4, Robert Guadagno-ujohn''-Football 1, 2, Russian Club 1, 2. Craig Gutowski-Cross Country 3, 4, Letter 3, 4, Track 1, 2, 4, Letter 1, 2, 4, Athletic Manager 3, Letter 3, Russian Club President 2, Varsity Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Dra- matics Club 1, 2, Play Cast 2, Follies Cast 2, 33 Junior Class President 3. Charles Haddock-''Chuckw-Football 1, 2, 3, 4, Letter 1, 2, 3, 4, Co-Captain 2, 3, Basketball 1, 2, 3, Letter 1, 2, 3, Baseball 2, 4, Letter 2, 4, Letterman's Club 3, 4, was JH 3 President 4, veg it 222232 Q, Bernadette Hanacek-''Bernie'-Terrapin Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Guidance Office 4, German Club 3, 4. ournalism classes send letters to THE IOURNAL for Mr..--Eiherney Ronald Hanchar-"Ron"-Basketball 15 Letter 1g Golf 2, 33 4, Letter 2, 3, 45 Varsity Band 1, 2, Follies Cast 2, 3. Robert John Hanink-"Bobby Q"- John Hansen-''Hoppyu-Football 1, 2, 3, 4, Letter 1, 2, 3, 4, Track 1, 2, 3, 43 Letter 1, 2, 3, 4, Hall Monitor 3, 4. Nancy Louise Hansen+"Nanc"-G.A.A. 1, 4, Terrapin Club 1, 2, 3, Pin 2, Intermediate Band 1, 2, A Cappella Choir 25 Pep Club lg Dean's Office 4, Library Assistant 15 Stooge 4. Thom Harrington-Cross Country 1, 25 Letter 1, 2g Science Ri, ,I H l Club 4 . f:i-' 2 A Anita Harris Randy Hartge-"The Man From BLIMPH-D.O. 4. Frederick P. Hasse-"Rick-Football 1, 2, 3, Letter 1, 2, 33 Swim 1, 2, 3, 4, Letter 1, 2, 3, 4, Letterman's Club - 3, 4g Gym Leader 2, 31 Hall Monitor 1, 2, 3. Wayne Hassig-"Sneezy"-Swim 1, 2, 3, Letter 1, 2, 35 Cadet Band 1, 2, Varsity Band 3. . Patricia Hasting-''Pat"-Transferred from Hammond Tech- nical High School, Hammond, Indiana in 19665 Book- store Assistant 4, Williiim Haul:-"Bill"--Basketball 1, 2, 4g Letter 1, 2, 43 Letterman's Club 4, junior Honor Society 33 National Honor Society 45 President 43 Gym Leader 3g 1968 Graduation Participant 3. Bob Heath-Transferred from Mendel High School in 1967. joan Hein-G.A.A. 1, 2, 3, 4, Letter 1, 2, 35 Gym Assistant 1, 2, 3, 4. Nancy Hekkema-Latin Club 3, 41 Spanish Club 2, 3, 4, F.N.C. 1, 23 National Honor Society 4. Sarah Hepler-Transferred from Port Huron Northern High School, Port Huron, Michigan in 19665 G.A,A. 1, Mixed Chorus 1g Ski Club 1g Swim Timers 3. 143 2 l making 5,000 flower "" '000 f is ' s for "Fleur de Paris" - our prom Donna Hielerna-"Donna" Anne Hildehrande-"Andelbrandel''fStudent Council Sec- retary-Treasurer 45 Latin Club 2, 3, 45 Vice-President 45 G.A.A. 1, Terrapin Club 3, 45 National Honor Society 45 Guidance Office 25 1968 Graduation Participant 3. Linda Hill-Transferred from New Hanover High School, Wilmingtcnn, North Carolina in 19675 Pep Club 1, 2, 35 Maxine Rae Hinze-"Max''-Bookstore Assistant 4. Randy Hollis-"The Greatest" Barbara Lou Homans-"Charlie Burp"--Terrapin Club 1, 2, 3, 45 Letter 1, 2, 31 Freshman Girls Chorus 15 Mixed Chorus 25 A Cappella Choir 31 Concert Choir 4. Ralph Hoover-Transferred from River Forest High School, Hobart, Indiana in 1967g Football 35 Letter 35 Cross Country 45 Track 1, 2, 3. 45 Letter 2, 3, 45 Letterman's Club 4. james Hopp-Science Club 35 German Club 33 Scoreboard Timer 3, 4. Richard A. Horgan--"Dick" Gladys jean Horgeshimer-"Jeannie'-G.A,A. 1, 2. 53 Ter- rapin Club 1, 2, 35 Freshman Girls Chorus lg Twirlers 1, 2, 3g Gym Assistant 4. Nancy Ellen Horvatich-''ldgetn-Girl's Club Board 33 G.A.A. 1, 25 Terrapin Club 15 F.B.L.A. 45 President 45 Freshman Girls Chorus 15 Advanced Girls Chorus 25 Concert Choir 35 Double Sextette 45 Dramatics Club 1, 2, 35 Pep Club 1, 25 Library Assistant 3, 45 Gym Assistant 45 Play Cast 2, 35 Follies Cast 31 Student Assistant 4. Linda Illo-"Swede"-Girls Club Board 3, 45 President 45 G,A,A. 1, 2, 3, 45 Terrapin Club 2, 35 F.B.L.A. 35 Russian Club 1, 25 National Honor Society 45 Stooge 3. 45 Gym Assistant 35 Prom Co-Chairman 35 Student Assistant 3, 45 Gifted Study Program 45 Student Teacher at Nathan Hale 45 DAR Candidate 45 Follies Cast 3. Mark Inman-Track 25 Letter 25 Boys Club Board 35 Rus- sian Club 25 Intermediate Band 15 Varsity Band 2, 3, 45 Letter 35 National The-spian Society 45 Dramatics Club 3, 45 Play Cast 35 Follies Cast 3. janet Isaacson-"jan''-G.A.A. 15 Russian Club 15 Guid- ance Ottice 1, 2, 35 Library Assistant 1. 2. Christine Jacobs-"Chris"-German Club 3, The Class of '69 greets South,s lst exchange students Lena 81 Gerd 5 Aff Nancy Arleen james-"Jess"-G.A.A. 13 F.B.L.A, 1, 2, 33 junior Representative 33 0.0. 43 Secretary 4. Sandra Janson-"Sandy''-Terrapin Club 2, 3, 43 F.B,L.A. 33 Gym Assistant 33 German Club 33 0.0. 43 President 4. Kenneth Jayne Harold ,Ienkins-"Bud"-Football 1, 2, 3, 43 Letter 1, 2, 3, 43 Football Co-Captain 23 Wrestling 1, 2, 3, 43 Letter 1, 2, 3, 43 Captain 23 Conference Champion 23 Letter- man's Club 3, 4. Lincla Jean ,lensen-Student Council Vice-President 43 Ter- rapin Club 1, 23 Guidebook Staff 33 Dramatics Club 1, 23 National Thespian Society 23 Play Cast 1, 23 Pep Club 1, 2, 33 National Honor Society 43 Guidance Otilice 2, 3, 4g Stooge 43 junior Class Secretary-Treasurer 33 1968 Graduation Participant 33 Follies Cast 3. Lawrence Johnsen-Football 13 Letter 13 Cross Country 3, 43 Letter 3, 43 Captain 43 Track 2, 33 Letter 2, 33 Letter- man's Club 43 National Honor Society 43 Teacher's Aid 33 Weightlifting 4. Karen E. johnson-Latin Club 1, 23 G,A.A. 13 Terrapin Club 13 F.T,A. 2, 3, 43 Pep Club 2, 33 Follies Cast 3. Nancy ,Iohnson-Student Council 33 Spanish Club 23 G.A.A. 13 Terrapin Club 1, 2, 33 Freshman Girls Chorus 13 Swim Timer 2, John Frank Jones--Rebel Rouser Staff 33 Hall Monitor 1, 2. Dennis Kane+"Dennis" Betty Kasprzyclci-"Heacl''-Transferred from Bishop Noll, Hammond, Indiana, in 19673 Latin Club 13 G.A.A. lg Pep Club 1. Dave Kats-"Cats" Jeri Kazen-''Buzzieu-Terrapin Club 1, 2, 3, 43 President 4g Intermediate Band 2. Diane Lynn Kegebein-"Lynn" Elizabeth J, Kersten-"Liz"-Student Council 3, 43 Home- coming Chairman 43 Girl's Club Board 3. 43 Vice-Presi- dent 43 G.A.A, 13 Terrapin Club 1, 23 Rebel Rouser Staff 3, 43 Postscript Senior Editor 43 Pep Club 1, 2, 33 National Honor Society 43 Guidance Office 3, 43 1968 Graduation Participant 33 Prom Committee Chairman 33 Follies Cast 3. The REBEL ROUSER staff puts the lst six page gala issue to press Keith Kieres-Transferred from Chaminade High School, Dayton, Ohio in 19673 Golf 23 Intermediate Band 1, 23 Speech 1. Vita Klos-Transferred from Chicago Vocational High School, Chicago, Illinois in 19663 G.A.A. 3, 43 Vice-Presi- dent 43 Terrapin Club 23 F.T.A. 33 German Club 33 President 33 Gym Assistant 3, 43 Swim Timer 3. Dennis Knoerzer-Athletic Manager 23 French Club 1, 2, 43 Hall Monitor 1. Gerd Kohler-T. F. South foreign exchange student from Dornbirn, Austria3 Swim 43 Letter 43 Class President 1, 2, 3, 4 in Austria, Louise Kohut-"Louise"-Girl's Club Board 43 G.A.A, 1, 23 Terrapin Club 23 F.B.L.A. 33 Shorthand I award winner 33 Russian Club 1, 23 Advanced Girls Chorus 33 Pep Club 2, 33 National Honor Society 43 Guidance Ofhce 23 Bookstore Assistant 43 Prom Committee Chair- man 3. Richard Koselke-''Choppern-Football 1, 33 Letter 13 Basketball 13 Letter 13 Golf 23 Letter 23 Baseball 3, 43 Letter 3, 43 Athletic Manager 33 Letter 33 Russian Club 1, 23 Letterman's Club 4. Marlene Ruth Koster-G.A.A, 13 Terrapin Club 1, 23 F.T.A. 43 Russian Club 1, 23 junior Varsity Band 13 Varsity Band 2, 3, 43 National Thespian Society 43 Dra- matics Club 33 Pep Club 3, 43 Play Cast 2, 33 Follies Cast 3. Larry KrauseAJ'Mousey" Richard S. KrilichM"Croatian''-Football 2, 3, 43 Letter 2, 3, 43 Basketball 1, 2, 33 Letter 1, 23 Track 2, 3, 43 Letter 2, 3, 43 Mention of the All-Conference and Ham- mond Times All-Area Teams3 Spanish Club 1, 23 Presi- dent 23 Letterman's Club 2, 3, 43 Freshman Boys Chorus 13 Concert Choir 43 A Cappella Choir 43 Meistersingers 43 Play Cast 13 Prom Committee Chairman 33 Homecoming Queen Escort 43 American Legion Boys State Award 4. Randy Krolak-"Randy"-Swim 1, 2, 33 Letter 2, 33 Golf 13 Letter 1. Linda Lou Krygier-''Kryg"-Terrapin Club 33 F.T.A. 33 Varsity Band 1, 2, 3, 43 Letter 23 Pep Club 43 National Honor Society 43 French Club 2, 3, 43 Swim Timers 3, 43 Stage Band 2, 3, 43 Follies Cast 3. Edward Kubic-"Ed 84 Swamp Rat"hFootball 1, 2, 3, 43 Letter 1, 2, 3, 43 Baseball 2, 3, 43 Letter 2, 3, 43 Wrest- ling 1, 2, 3, 43 Letter 1, 2, 3, 43 Russian Club 33 Letter- man's Club 3, 43 Freshman Boys Chorus 13 Concert Choir 23 National Honor Society 43 Follies Cast 3. Karen Kuipers-''Kwaps"-F.N.C, 23 Debate 13 Clinic Assistant 23 Swim Timer 2. Richard Kuske Roger LaFollette-Football 23 Letter 23 Track 13 Letter 13 Athletic Manager 43 Letter 43 Statistician 43 Wrestling 1, 23 Letter 1, 23 Wrestling Manager 3, 43 Letter 3, 43 Letterman's Club 4. Diane begins her reign October 5th as 1968 TPS Homeconnng ueen 4' get Regina Langbeen-"Gina''-Spanish Club 1, 2, 33 Pin 33 Freshman Girls Chorus 13 Advanced Girls Chorus 2, 33 Dramatics Club 1, 23 Gym Leader 43 0.0. 4. Lori La Reau-Dramatics Club 1. Steve Leadbetter-Track 1, 2. Joseph J. LeClaire jr.-"jo-jo"-Library Assistant 1, 2, 3, 43 Bookstore Assistant 3, 4. Richard Lindberg-''Lindy"-Transferred from Bowen High School, Chicago, Illinois in 19683 Varsity Band 1, 2, 33 Math Club 1, 23 Key Club 2. Elizabeth Lindemann-"Betty''-Transferred from Bishop Noll, Hammond, Indiana in 19673 G.A.A. 33 F.B.L.A. 4g Pep Club 3, 43 Guidance Ofiice 33 1968 Graduation Par- ticipant 33 German Club 4g 2nd Place Award in Typing I 3. John Link-Freshman Boys Chorus 13 Meistersingers 2, 3, 43 Concert Choir 43 National Thespian Society 3, 43 Dramatics Club 23 Play Cast 2, 3, 4g Tour Play 23 Stage Crew 43 Wrestling 13 Follies Cast 2, 3, 4. Patricia Link-"Pat"-Freshman Girls Chorus 13 Mixed Chorus 23 A Cappella Choir 53 Concert Choir 43 Pep Club 2, 33 Follies Cast 3. Michele Linn-"Mickey"-Spanish Club 3, 43 Vice-Presi- dent 43 G.A.A. 13 Intermediate Band 1, 23 Varsity Band 3. Alan Liptak-"Animal Al"-Football 2, 3, 43 Letter 2, 3, 4g Track 1, 2, 3, 43 Letter 1, 2, 3, 43 Letterman's Club 43 Freshman Boys Chorus 13 Mixed Chorus 23 Concert Choir 3. Belinda June Love-Terrapin Club 2, 33 F.T.A. 33 Varsity Band 1, 2, 3, 4g Letter 23 Pep Club 43 French Club 3, 4g Vice-President 43 Swim Timer 3, 4g Stage Band 3, 4. Art Lundin Marion Luszyk-"Mar"-Gym Leader 4. Ann Marie Mach-D.E. 4. Daniel Madison-"Dan"-Bookstore Assistant 3. " . . mate. . m fwfffi H .N at X .ii 3 tewart starts the 1st G1rls Tennis Team at South Sherri Madison-"Sue"-G.A.A. 13 F.B.L.A. 33 Pep Club 13 Gym Assistant 23 Bookstore Assistant 4. Robert Rolf Malinski-"Booby"-Football 1, 23 Letter 1, 23 Track 1, 43 Letter 13 Cross Country 43 Letter 4. Kenneth Malsch-"Ken''-Basketball 1, 23 Letter 1, 23 Gym Assistant 33 Gym Leader 3. Pamela Ruth Mann-"Pam"gG.A.A. 1, 23 Freshman Girls Chorus 13 Mixed Chorus 23 Concert Choir 3, 4g Pep Club 1, 2, 33 Swim Timer 4. Chris Maravilla-"Chris''-Intramurals 13 D.E. 4. Chris Markiewicz-"Chris''-Latin Club 2, 3, 43 Pin 33 G.A.A. 1, 2, 3, 43 Letter 2, 33 Intermediate Band 1, 23 Varsity Band 3, 43 National Honor Society 43 Stage Band 3, 43 State Solo Contest - 2nd Place 33 Play Cast 43 Follies Cast 3. Linda Maroc-"Linda"-G.A.A. 1, 23 Pep Club 1, 23 Guid- ance OHice 33 Gym Assistant 1, 23 D.O. 3. Melody Q. Martin-"Mellie Mongoloidn-G,A.A. 1, 2, 33 0.0. 4. Arnie Martinson-Swim 1, 23 Letter 1, 23 Athletic Manager 1, 23 Boys Club Board 1, 2. David C. Mason-"Dave''-Basketball 13 Letter 13 Football 23 Letter 23 Baseball 2, Letter 2, Russian Club 2. Catherine Matzko-"Cathy"-G.A.A. 1, 43 Pep Club 1, 2, 3, 43 Prom Committee Chairman 3. Frank Mazzocco-"Flash''-Spanish Club 1, 23 Vice-Presi- dent 23 Rebel Rouser Staff 43 Postscript Staff 43 Play Cast 1, 2, 3, 43 Dramatics Club 1, 23 National Thespian Society 3, 43 Vice-President 33 President 43 Speech 1, 2, 3, 43 National Forensic League, 3, 43 National Honor Society 43 Hall Monitor 1. Kathleen McGrath-"Amber''-G.A.A. 1, 2, 3, 43 Letter 8: Pin3 Terrapin Club 1, 23 F.B.L.A. 43 Cadet Band 13 Concert Choir 33 Pep Club 1, 2. Thelma McKechnie--"T.L."-Latin Club 2, 3, 43 Senator 33 Secretary 43 Pin 43 Terrapin Club 1, 2, 3, 43 Pin 13 Letter 33 Pep Club 43 National Honor Society 43 Library Assistant 13 Gym Leader 1, 2, 43 1968 Graduation Partici- pant 33 Swim Timer 3, 4. Mike McNary-Prom Committee Chairman 33 Twirp King 2. Ierry hits the big-time 85 drinks lots of milk on The New Performersii' i ,:,r.:.'iE sifssfss B sssi sli af . Lx' E: , Laurie McVicker-Spanish Club 23 Terrapin Club 2, 3, 43 Cadet Band lg Varsity Band 2, 3, 4g Letter 33 Swim Timer 2, 3, 43 Vice-President 33 President 4. Darlene Meeter-"Dar" David Meilleur-"Munure" Margaret A. Melko-"Margie"-G.A.A. 1, 2, 3, 4. Dave Mellendorf va, Laura Merkel-Latin Club 23 F,B.L.A. 43 Freshman Girls Chorus lg Advanced Girls Chorus 23 Concert Choir 33 3 Double Sextette 43 Dramatics Club 1, 23 Pep Club 2, 3, l 4g Play Cast 33 1968 Graduation Participant 35 Follies i Cast 3, 4. -W... Starr Merrill-HFreshman Girls Chorus 1. Arlene Marie Miletich'-"Ar"-G.A.A. 43 F.N.C. 33 Stage Crew 43 Gym Assistant 2, 3, 43 Gym Leader 4. Deborah Ann Miller-"Debbie"-Terrapin Club 2, 3g F.T.A. 35 Russian Club 1, 23 Varsity Band 1, 2, 3, 43 Letter 2, Stage Band 2, 33 Color Guard lg Prom Com- mittee Chairman 33 Follies Cast 3. Glenn Miller A Kathleen Miller-"Co-Chief"-G.A.A. 1, 2, 33 Rebel Rouser Staff 3, 43 Postscript Staff 3, 43 Editor 43 Pep Club 3, 43 National Honor Society 43 Library Assistant 33 French Club 2, 3, 43 President 4. Bruce Millis Carol Mizanin-Student Council 23 Girl's Club Secretary 33 Latin Club 1. 23 ViceAPresident 23 G.A.A. 1. 2, 43 Award 13 Twirlers 2, 33 Letter 33 Co-Captain 33 Drama- tics Club 1, 23 Pep Club 1, 2. 43 Dcan's Ofhce 43 Tour Play 23 Class Vice-President 3, 43 Homecoming Queen Candidate 43 1968 Graduation Participant 35 Swim Timer 43 Follies Cast 3. Deborah Moeller-"Debbie"-Student Assistant 4. ..,,.., xi Janice Kay Monaldi-"lan"-G.A.A. 1. 23 Russian Club 1, I 3 , g i -Q M 23 Pep Club 1, 2. 33 Follies Cast 3, 1 a ' ii , .., A Rebel goes, victim of the Est lblishment "Cut the sideburns or else!" Diana Moore--Spanish Club 2, 3, 43 Secretary 23 Freshman Girls Chorus 13 Advanced Girls Chorus 23 Concert Choir 33 Double Sextette 43 Pep Club 33 National Honor Society 43 Library Assistant 2, 3. Judith Ann Morehouse-''Samuel"-G.A.A. 13 Terrapin Club 1, 2, 3, 43 Letter 23 Pin 33 Library Assistant 43 Student Assistant 4. Richard Mullins-"Ric"fFootball 13 Letter 13 Basketball 1, 23 Letter 1, 23 Baseball 1, 23 Letter 1, 23 Freshman Boys Chorus 1. Robert J. Murray-"Bob"-Swim 1, 2, 33 Letter 1, 23 Cap- tain 23 Freshman Boys Chorus 13 Mixed Chorus 23 Hall Monitor 3, 4. Robert W. Murray-"Bob"-Cross Country 13 Track 33 Freshman Boys Chorus 1. Martha Sue Myers4"Sue"-G.A.A. 13 F.B.L.A. 43 Rus- sian Club 1, 23 Advanced Girls Chorus 33 Concert Choir 43 Pep Club 1, 2, 3, 43 National Honor Society 43 Guid- ance Office 2, 33 Senior Class Treasurer 43 1968 Gradu- ation Participant 33 Prom Committee Chairman 3. Tony Nadasdy-Football 1, 2, 3, 43 Letter 1, 2, 3, 43 Track 23 Letter 23 Letterman's Club 3, 43 National Honor Society 43 Wrestling 2, 3, 43 Letter 2, 3, 43 Wfeightlifting 3, 43 Gym Leader 2, 33 Follies Cast 3. Pamela Neal-"Pam"-G.A.A, 1, 2. 3, 43 Terrapin Club 1, 2, 3, 43 Vice-President 43 Pep Club 1, 2, 3, 43 Dean's Office 43 Gym Assistant 33 Gym Leader 4. Christine H. Nelson-''Chris"-Dramatics Club 1, 23 Guid- ance Office 2, 3, 43 Gym Assistant 1. Katherine Nelson-"Kathy"-Girl's Club Board 3, 43 Vice- President 43 Latin Club 23 G.A.A. 13 Terrapin Club 13 F.T.A. 43 Play Cast 2, 33 Dramatics Club 1, 23 National Thespian Society 3, 43 Pep Club 3, 43 National Honor Society 43 Follies Cast 3. Terry NesporA"Ter"-Spanish Club 23 Freshman Boys Chorus ly A Cappella Choir 23 Dramatics Club 2, 33 National Thespian Society 33 Speech 2, 33 National Foren- sic League President 33 Tour Play 23 German Club 43 Independent Study Program 43 Hall Monitor 4. Nola jean Neubauer-Freshman Girls Chorus 13 Advanced Girls Chorus 23 Concert Choir 33 Double Sextette 43 Dra- matics Club 13 Follies Cast 3. Kathy Neumann-Girl's Club Board 1, 3, 43 Latin Club lg G.A.A. 1, 2, 33 Terrapin Club 13 Rebel Rouser Staff 3, 43 Postscript Staff 43 Freshman Girls Chorus 13 Ad- vanced Girls Chorus 3L Concert Choir 33 Double Sextette 43 Dramatics Club 13 Pep Club 13 Cheerleader 2, 3, 43 Gym Assistant 23 Follies Cast 3, Donna Marie Nigohosian-Student Council 1, 23 G.A.A. 13 F,B.L.A. 43 Pep Club 1, 2, 33 Dean's Office 1, 2, 33 Gen- eral Office 4. Sherry Lynn Nondorf-"Cher"-G.A.A. 23 F.B.L.A. 3, 43 Twirlers 1, 2, 33 Letter 33 Pep Club 1, 2, 33 Dean's Office 33 General Office 43 Follies Cast 3. Thelma, erry 85 Ron lead TF South to victory on Its Academic Carol Noort-"Snoort''-Transferred from Chicago Chris- tian High School, Palos Heights, Illinois in 1968, Mirror Staff 5. Pep Club 3. Tom Novak- -Football 1, 2, 3, 4, Letter 3, 4, Bas- ketball 1, Track 1, 2, 3, 4, Letter 3, 4, Wrestling 2, 3, Letter 3, Letterman'S Club 3, 4. Barbara Lynn O'Dell-"Odie"-Student Council 4, G.A.A. 4, Terrapin Club 1, F.B.L.A. 3, Dramatics Club 1, Pep Club 1, 2, Library Assistant 4, Gym Assistant 1, Stu- dent Assistant 3, Follies Cast 3. jerry Ogborn-"King"-4Swim 1, Baseball 1. Mike Olen"Basketball 1, Letter 1, Track 3, Letter 3, Let- terman's Club 4. Daryl Olsen--"Swede"-Golf 2, 3, 4, Letter 4, Wrestling 1. joe O'Malley--"Bird"-Track 2, 3, Russian Club 1, 2, Letterman's Club 3. Cheryl Lynn Oppenhuis-"Cher"-D.E. 4, Treasurer 4. Kathy Orban--"Mooch"-G.A.A. 1, 2, 3, 4, Head of Sports 2, President 4, F.T.A. 4, Freshman Girls Chorus 1, Mixed Chorus 2, A Cappella Choir 3, Concert Choir 4, Pep Club 1, 2, 3, 4, National Honor Society 4, Gym Assistant 1, 2, 3, 4, Follies Cast 3. Debra Owles-"Debbie"-Latin Club 1, G.A.A. 1, Fresh- man Girls Chorus 1, Mixed Chorus 2, A Cappella Choir 3, Dramatics Club 1, 2, Library Assistant 3, 4. Patricia Dianne Padjen--"Pat"-Girls' Club Board 2, 3, 4, Treasurer 3, G.A.A. 1, F.N.C. 1, 2, 3, 4, Secretary 3, French Club 1, 2, 3, German Club 4. joseph Pasquarrella-"Joe-''-Transferred from Thornridge High School, Dolton, Illinois in 1967, National Honor Society 4, 1968 Graduation Participant 3. Margaret jane Peacock-''Peggy'-Transferred from lstrou- ma High School, Baton Rouge, Louisiana in 1967, Stu- dent Council Secretary-Treasurer 1, F.T.A. 2, 3, 4, Presi- dent 4, Mixed Chorus 1, A Cappella Choir 2, National Honor Society 4, Guidance Office 4: French Club 3, 4, Secretary 4, Follies Cast 3, 4. Ruth Percak-''Ruthie-Pie"-Girl's Club Board 2, 3, Latin Club 1, 2, G.A.A. 1, Terrapin Club 1, F.B.L.A. Vice- President 4, Concert Choir 3, Dramatics Club 1, 2, Guid- ance Ollice 3, Play Cast 2, Prom Committee Chairman 3. Anthony Perovichh''Tony"-Swim 1, 2, Hall Monitor 2, D.E. 4. i S.A.T., Sc A.C.T., tests are coming out of our ears .L aj , Qi Eva, 3 33 . , . W Q M ,T it kia' ,W 4 'I' az! 3 3 keg ll' -' , s.,,..... 1Q.: fa, -,,,,5 a-saaasbtss X Nw if 5,14 W . Q, , 3 3+ .Erma-3 Eg 3, V Lkyk . QS Fi FZ 'ex- Q, er . .5313 U 1 like-9, 3 5 3 1 T 3 ' 56 3 3 Qs aa ta gi 2 X1 Q ft Q wr . .::.., - K X P is X si Y Diane Potfenberger-G,A,A. 2, 3, 43 Pep Club 2, 33 Gym Assistant 2, 33 0.0. 4. Gregory Matthew Polanski--Athletic Manager 2, 33 Letter 2, 33 Statistician 2, 33 Library Assistant 2, 3, 43 Science Club 43 National Honor Society 43 It's Academic Team 4. Harrison Porter-''Butch"-Wrestling 2, 33 Letter 2, 33 Letterman's Club 3, 43 Hall Monitor 33 Follies Cast 3. john Pranger-Wrestling 2, 3, 4g Letter 2, 3, 4g Letter- man's Club 3, 43 Cadet Band 1, 23 Varsity Band 3, 4. Kathy ProndzinskiA''Pazinsk"-G.A.A. 1, 2, 3, 43 1st local awardg lst state award3 Terrapin 1, 23 Pep Club 1, 2, 3, 43 Vice-President 43 Dean's Office 43 Guidance Ofhce 2, 3, 43 Senior Class Secretary 43 1968 Graduation Participant3 Follies Cast 3, 4. Bruce Quenzler-"Golden Boy"-Transferred from Bishop Noll, Hammond, Indiana in 19683 Football 43 Letter 4g Track 43 Letter 43 Football MVP Award3 Letterman's Club 4. Michael Rappatta-"Mike" Marilyn Rea-A Cappella Choir 23 Concert Choir 33 Dra- matics Club 1, 23 Play Cast 1, 23 Speech 2, 3, 43 National Forensic League 2, 3, 43 Pep Club 1, 23 National Honor Society 43 Guidance Office 33 Sophomore Class Secretary 23 Prom Committee Chairman 3. Marilyn Reading Dolores Reato-"Che Cha"-G.A.A. 13 F.B.L.A. 1, 2, 33 Vice-President 33 Board Member 1, 23 Freshman Girls Chorus 13 Dramatics Club 13 Pep Club 13 Stooge 33 French Club 1, 33 Homecoming Dance Chairman 33 0.0. 43 Vice-President 4. Thomas Milo Reeb-''Tom"-Transferred from Coldwater High School, Coldwater Michigan in 19673 Football 13 Letter 13 Cross Country 23 Letter 23 Basketball 1, 23 Letter 1, 23 Golf 13 Letter 13 Track 2, 43 Letter 2, 43 Swim 3, 43 Letter 3, 43 Student Council 13 Spanish Club 1, 23 Letterman's Club 2, 3, 43 Intermediate Band 13 Var- sity Band 2. Robert Regmeni''Bob"-Football 1, 2, 3, 43 Letter 1, 2, 3, 43 Basketball 1, 23 Letter 1, 23 Track 23 Letter 23 Letterman's Club 3, 43 Treasurer 43 junior Honor Society 33 National Honor Society 43 1968 Graduation Partici- pant, Marie Reid-"Mimi"-G.A.A. 1, 43 F,T.A. 33 Russian Club 2, 33 Advanced Girls Chorus 33 Concert Choir 43 Pep Club 1, 2, 3. Sharon Reid-Transferred from Edison High School, Gary, Indiana in 19663 Guidance Office 4, Shirley Reiter-''Shirl"-Terrapin Club 23 Varsity Band 1, 2, 3, 43 Stage Band 2, 3, 4g French Club 1, 2. An unknown senior announces a new club, the Apathy Club o P ea Tonya Diane Reynolds-"Toni"-Library Club 13 Library Assistant 1, 23 G.A.A. 13 Russian Club 3, 43 Dramatics Club 1, 23 Model Olhce 2, 3, 43 Bookstore Assistant 3, 43 Gym Assistant 13 D.E. 43 Secretary 4. Alan Scott Richardson-Swim 1, 2, 33 Letter 1, 2, 3. Cheryl Ridder-G.A.A. 33 Mixed Chorus 23 Concert Choir 33 Pep Club 33 0.0. 4. Dale Edward Robinson-''Robbie"-Football 1, 23 Letter 1, 23 Cross Country 43 Basketball 1, 2, 3, 43 Letter 1, 2, 3, 43 Letterman's Club 3, 43 Gym Leader 2, 33 Hall Mon- itor, 2, 3, 4. Beth Rodda-"Ruthie"-Spanish Club 1, 23 G.A.A. 1, 2, 3, 43 Terrapin Club 1, 2, 3, 43 F.B.L.A. 4g Concert Choir 33 Pep Club 1, 2, 3, 43 Gym Assistant 13 Swim Timer 3, 43 Secretary 43 Follies Cast 3. Linda Rodrigues--Transferred from Bishop Noll, Hammond, Indiana in 19673 F.N.C. 33 Nurse's Club 1, 2. james Roesel-"jim"-Science Club 4. Leonard Rompca-"'Rag Arm"--Football 1, 2, 3, 43 Letter 1, 2, 3, 43 Baseball 1, 2, 3, 43 Letter 1, 2, 3, 43 Wrestling 1, 2, 33 Letter 1 2, 33 Letterman's Club 3, 43 Russian Club 1, 2. Charles Roseen--Swim 1, 2, 3, 43 Letter 1, 2, 3, 4. William Rosenthal-''Rosy"-Transferred from South Shore High School, Chicago, Illinois in 19663 Hall Monitor 1. Harold Rossi-"Harry"-Latin Club 3, 43 Cadet Band 13 Dramatics Club 1, 23 Play Cast 23 Math Association of America Award. Robert Rossman-''Bubbles"-Football 1, 23 Letter 1, 23 Basketball 1. 2, 3, 43 Letter 1, 2, 3, 43 Track 33 Letter 33 Baseball 43 Letter 43 Russian Club 33 Letterman's Club 3, 43 Gym Leader 2, 33 Hall Monitor 2, 3, 4. Donald Rowley-''Fish"-Transferred from DeMotte Public High School, DeMotte, Indiana in 19661 Swim 2, 3, 43 Letter 3, 43 Russian Club 2, 33 Le-tterman's Club 33 Follies Cast 3, Deborah Ann Ruth-"Debbie"-Student Council 43 Rebel Rouser Staff 3, 43 Editor 43 Postscript Staff 43 Varsity Band 1, 2, 3, 43 Letter 13 Officer 43 National Thespian Society 3, 43 Secretary 43 junior Honor Society 33 Na- tional Honor Society 43 Secretary 43 Play Cast 33 1968 Graduation Participant 33 Prom Committee Chairman 33 Stage Band 1, 2, 3, 43 French Club 2, 33 Treasurer 3. Kathleen RyanA''Rino"-Transferred from A. D. Johnston High School, Bessemer, Michigan in 1968. - ,,., im 'if , as .'. f 5' . lQQgE1Se11-iori "kunkas" lead the speech team to Vrctory if WaYffSY5'K'T c ' assi. ,f -eat.-3,-,fi-fra--.1,T-ff-:aw---as . ' Hf1Hi3i35i?5Sf2f3"i -I -- ' iif:7l?7':?7-SEP5f'.:9iSH?-9.-.,.m,g 7 .. .,.,. . 3, 1 , 5 -s .33 J . if a -as l ,ii 3 352 f iaf 551 ,. . ,::, A sa, W NQQQQKW-w,..s mm . , - 5,33 3 .., .,,,, , ffzfess Y SM , ,as S wa wa as F 4 N 31, -1 at , is ' W3 -3 JS f wg-vnu' ,Vi Mike Sailor-"Fin"-Cross Country 33 Letter 33 Swim 1. 2, 3, 45 Leiter 2, 3, 43 Swim Team Captain 43 Latin Club 1, 2, 3, 43 Letterman's Club 3, 43 Gym Assistant 2, 33 Gym Leader 3. Patricia Ann Sartini-"Pat"-Latin Club 1, 2, 3 43 Secretary 33 President 43 G.A.A. 1 2, 3, 43 Senior Representative 43 Terrapin Club 23 Dramatics Club 13 National Honor Society 43 Gym Assistant 4g Class Will chairman 4. Karen Schmidt-"Smitty''-Student Council 1, 2, 43 G.A.A. 1, 3, 43 Russian Club 13 Freshman Girls Chorus 13 Dra- matics Club 1, 23 Pep Club 1, 33 Cheerleader 2, 43 Dean's Ofhce 3, 43 Stooge 3. Karen Sue Schultz-"Schultzie''-Terrapin Club 1, 23 Fresh- man Girls Chorus 13 Mixed Chorus 23 Pep Club 1, 23 Gym Leader 3, 4. Ronald Schultz--"Ron"--Latin Club 1, 23 Dramatics Club 23 Debate 2, 3, 4g National Forensic League 2, 3, 43 junior Honor Society 33 National Honor Society 3, 43 Treasurer 43 Play Cast 23 1968 Graduation Participant 3. Susan Schultz-"Sue"-G.A.A. 1, 2, 3, 43 Award 1, 2, 3, 4' Recording Secretary 23 Treasurer 33 Corresponding Secre- tary 43 Terrapin Club 2, 3, 43 Award 33 F.T.A. 2, 3, 43 Advanced Girls Chorus 33 Pep Club 1, 2 National Honor Society 43 Gym Assistant 2, 3, 43 Swim Timer 2, 3, 43 German Club 3, 43 Corresponding Secretary 3. Adair Simmons--"Chipmunk"-Latin Club 43 F.T.A. 23 Dramatics Club 2, 33 Speech 2, 33 National Forensic League 33 Play Cast 2, 33 Hall Monitor 4g French Club 4. Marc Simpson-Football 23 Cross Country 43 Letter 43 Track 33 Letter 33 Athletic Manager 2, 3, 43 Letter 3, 43 Letterman's Club 3. Harry Smith-"Smitty"--Football 1, 2, 3, 43 Letter 1, 2, 3, 43 Basketball 1, 23 Letter 1, 23 Track 1, 23 Letter 1, 23 Football All-Conference and Hammond Times All Stars3 Letterman's Club 3, 43 Boys Club Board 1, 23 Rebel Rouser Staff 43 Russian Club 1, 23 Varsity Band 1, 2, 33 A Cappella Choir 43 Speech 43 National Forensic League 43 Hall Monitor 43 Class Vice-President 1, 23 Meister- singers 43 Stage Band 23 Pit Band 2. Jim Smith-''Smitty"-Transferred from Thornridge High School, Thornton, Illinois in 19673 Weightlifting 4. Sandra Kay Soeka-"Soek"-Clinic Assistant 1, 23 Guidance Oflice 3. Scott Southard-Cross Country 3, 43 Letter 3, 43 Basketball l 13 Letter 13 Track 1, 2, 3, 43 Letter 1, 2, 3, 43 Letter- man's Club 3, 4. Barbara Jean Sroka-"Barb"-Latin Club 1, 2, 3, 43 Secre- tary 23 President 33 Twirp W'eek Chairman 43 Pin 23 Rebel Rouser Staff 3, 43 Postscript Co-editor 43 Varsity Band 1, 2, 3, 43 National Honor Society 43 Follies Cast 33 Varsity Band Ofhcer 2, 3, 43 Pit Band 2, 43 Band Letter 23 Timer Correspondent 3, 4. Anne Stamper-"Anicin''-Freshman Girls Chorus 13 Model Office 43 Stooge 4. Sally Steeb-Transferred from Hamburg High School, Ham- burg, New York in 19663 G.A.A. 2, 3, 43 Terrapin Club 23 Pep Club 2, 33 Follies Cast 3. - The Letterman stop the Apathy Club 81 form a cheering block at gan3esQ?'ii Patricia Ann Steele-"Pat"-G.A.A. 1, 2, 43 F.B.L.A. 1, 23 F.T.A. 43 Stooge 33 Student Assistant 2, 3, 4, Jerry Stefaniak--"Stagie''-Transferred from Divine Heart Seminary, Donaldson, Indiana in 19653 Swim 23 Letter 2. Denise Steinberg-''Dennie"-G.A.A. 1, 23 Freshman Girls Chorus 13 Concert Choir 23 A Cappella Choir 33 0.0. 43 South reporter for The journal. Diana Steinweg-Girl's Club Board 33 G.A.A, 1, 2, 33 Terrapin Club 1, 2, 33 Rebel Rouser Staff 33 Russian Club 1, 23 Pep Club 1, 23 Dean's Ofiice 3, 43 Clinic Assistant 1, 23 Stooge 2, 3. Cynthia Ann Stelzer-"Cindy"-Latin Club 2, 3, 43 G.A.A. 1, 2, 3, 43 Head of Sports 43 Terrapin Club 1, 23 Rebel Rouser Staff 3, 43 Dramatics Club 13 Pep Club 13 Library Assistant 23 Gym Assistant 1, 2, 3, 43 Play Cast 23 Swim Timer 3, 43 Typing Award 3. Henry Allen Sterk-"Mountain Man"-Football 23 Letter 23 Varsity Band 2, 3, 4. john Philip Stewart-''j.P."-Football 33 Basketball 23 Baseball 1, 23 Boys Club Board 1, 2, 33 Dramatics Club 2, 3. Carolyn Stokes-''Stokie"-F.B.L.A. 1, 23 Freshman Girls Chorus lg Advanced Girls Chorus 13 D.O. 3, 4. john Stokes Ellen Stole-"Ernie"-G.A.A. 1, 2, 3, 43 Awards 1, 2, 3, 43 Recording Secretary 43 Gym Assistant 43- Girls Tennis Team 4. Marilyn Iean Stonew"Mare''-Transferred from Minoa Cen- tral High School, East Syracuse, New York in 19673 Stu- dent Council 23 Library Club 1, 23 Recording Secretary 23 French Club 1, 23 President 1, 23 Terrapin Club 33 F.T.A. 23 Dramatics Club 33 Tour Play 43 National Thes- pian Society Recorder 43 junior Honor Society 2, 33 National Honor Society 43 Library Assistant 1, 23 1968 Graduation Participant 33 Key of Knowledge 33 Inde- pendent Study Program 43 Follies Cast 3. Judith Swisher-''judy"fTransferred from T.F. North High School. Scott Tatje-"Scotty"-Basketball 1, 23 Letter 1, 23 Baseball 1, 2, 3, 43 Letter 1, 2, 3, 43 Letterman's Club 3, 43 Con- cert Choir 23 A Cappella Choir 33 Gym Assistant 3, 43 Follies Cast 3. Debra Tegtmeyer-"Sammy''MLibrary Club 2, 33 Girls Club Board 43 G.A.A. 13 Terrapin Club 13 F.B.L.A. 1, 3, 43 Treasurer 43 Cadet Band 1, 23 Advanced Girls Chorus 33 Pep Club 23 Library Assistant 2, 33 Prom Committee Chairman 33 Follies Cast 3. David Thomas-"Bird"-Swim 1, 2, 3, 43 Letter 1, 2, 3, 43 Freshman Boys Chorus 13 Concert Choir 43 Gym Leader 33 Meistersingers 3, 43 Follies Cast 3. :I 1535551 .gui 5 1. L3 . .. ,S - Si ii? ' 'Six - . W - , t ,.-Q X XL X a X 3 - sir?-1-iii E. iff X, sums is kt ,X 12- wt- Sz e- , 4 33 ,- tm N.: 2 l , ,.. .R t ,M .. 40k sf ,s "Ti"-I T3 3 1 spread theitases of the TF South cafeteria 5 Riu fs i-ff?s5s.z..i2 " . ,..,. , .. , - ,il . 5 5. 'R la- - fi i . , 51 ' .,,k, K ' A E, -., , , .V K. Ji img 'iss . , M." William T. Thomas-"Bill"-Track5 Letter 25 Baseball 15 Letter 15 Boys Club Board 15 Gym Leader 2, 35 Intra- mural Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4. Tom Tikalsky-"Tricky Tommy Turkey"-Wrestling 1, 35 Metal Shop Assistant 4. Alberta Tilendis-"Abbie"-G.A.A. 15 Advanced Girls Chorus 35 Concert Choir 45 Dramatics Club 1, 2, 39 Speech 25 Play Cast 15 French Club 2, 35 Secretary 33 Senior Class Motto Chairman 4. Bruce Tobey-Football 15 Letter 15 Track 1. 'Donna jean Torgerson--''Torge-"-Student Council 33 G.A.A. 1, 45 Russian Club 25 arsity Band 1, 2, 35 Home- coming Queen Candidate 45 Follies Cast 3. Tom Trem--Transferred from Thornridge High School, Dolton, Illinois in 1967. Chris Troinar-Football 15 Russian Club 1, 25 Dramatics Club 25 Stage Crew 2. Denise Marie Troppman-''Twiggyn-G.A.A. 1, 2, 3, 45 Terrapin Club 3, 45 Treasurer 45 Dean's Oliice 3, 45 Gym Assistant 3. Janet Truman-"jan"-Terrapin Club 1, 25 Varsity Band 1, 2, 3, 45 French Club 25 Band Officer 3, 45 Letter 2. E it Gregory Trunec-Wrestling 1, 2, 35 Letter 25 Track 2. ' "' ' 1 Lawrence E. Valent-"Larry"-Swim 1, 25 Gym Leader 33 .. M. ,,.,.Tt3r .mi H is ma 3 K SJ ii Hall Monitor 35 D.E. 4. .sse . 5 i Q . Renay Vanderby-''Ren"-Athletic Manager 15 Letter 15 ,. E.. if T Boys Club Board 1, 2, 35 Secretary 25 Latin Club 1, 2, 35 5 Treasurer 25 Pin 25 Intermediate Band 1, 25 Varsity Band 'env C ' 3, 45 Letter 45 Dramatics Club 1, 25 National Thespian Society 2, 3, 45 Hall Monitor 35 Play Cast 2, 35 Follies 5 Cast 3. '7 ii 4 ' ' Sfafi?-fiifif ' 'hz' james VanderWoude-''Woody"-Football 1, 25 Letter 1, 25 Swim 1, 2, 3, 45 Letter 1, 2, 3, 45 Golf 15 Letter 15 3 .. Q-six ax ez? T A ae? f . :egg 1 oft ,ES f .5 , yn, .3 'lata 5' if Hall Monitor 4. In 1 -. ' Bonnie Van Kley-"Shoe"-Student Council 2, 45 Terrapin ' WK5 ,as -4-. . -w.f-assess-1,5 . - 2 .5 " , ' ' , . ,..,, . 5, , ,,. , . ,Q J , ' I' 5 K, jim- . ' . six fi: S I 'I X Welt .sxj Club 15 Freshman Girls Chorus 15 Dramatics Club 15 Pep Club 1, 2, 35 Guidance Oflice 2, 3, 45 Stooge 2, 3, 4. Thomas E. Van Norman-"Van"-Wrestling 25 Letter 25 Russian Club 3. 8th hr. trig concludes, "There's no reason for it, it's just our policy." an ,CX wwmer X , ..., .. " 5. F fm gb H 'if 22'i- - :55.Q: . .. , W X it v L 2 Q v S . , M A , . . af- 5,575,351 -li-5,3 " :2 i . S A , F ,... p : rwis Q, Carol Ann Vierk-"Carrie"-G.A.A. 1, 25 Terrapin Club xii' 1, 2, 45 Pep Club 2. George Vincent-''Fatman"-Football 2. 33 Letter 35 Ath- letic Manager 25 Letter 25 Latin Club 1, 25 Dramatics Club 1, 25 Gym Assistant 4. Henry Vlietsra-"Hank"-D.O. 4. , James Wagner-"Weasel"-Swim 15 Gym Leader 35 Hall Monitor 3, 4. Steven Wahlert-"Steve"-Golf 2, 3, 45 Letter 2. 3, 45 Latin Club 25 Varsity Band 1, 2, 3, 45 President 45 Na- tional Honor Society 45 Play Cast 25 Stage Band 2, 3. Patricia Walsh-"Pat"-Girls Club Board 45 Rebel Rouser Staff 3, 45 Editor 45 Varsity Band 1, 25 Letter 25 Service Bar 25 Dramatics Club 1, 2, 35 Speech 35 Pep Club 3, 45 Senior Board Member 45 National Honor Society 45 Play Cast 25 Prom Committee Chairman 35 Girls Tennis Team 45 Swim Timer 3, 45 Treasurer 45 Follies Cast 3. l l 1 Dennis Walton-''Barracudan-Football 1, 2, 45 Letter 45 Track 45 Football Honorable Mention 4. ' Jayme Don Walton-Library Club 1, 25 G.A.A. 2, 35 Library 5 Assistant 1, 25 Gym Leader 4. l l Larysa Barbara Wanshula-Transferred from X Theodore l Roosevelt High School, Chicago, Illinois in 19665 G.A.A. 1 15 Russian Club 45 Hall Monitor 1. ,. . r 3 Margaret Ward-"Margie"--Pep Club 1, 2, 3. 5 Paul Carl Warn-"Peach"-Football 25 Letter 25 Cross A 1 Country 45 Basketball 1, 2, 3, 45 Letter 1, 2, 3, 45 Co- 1 Captain 45 F.B.L.A, 45 Rebel Rouser Staff 3, 45 Postscript W ' Staff 45 Russian Club 3, 45 Letterman's Club 3, 45 Gym Leader 35 Hall Monitor 1, 2, 3. l Carol Washburn-"Carol''-Terrapin Club 1, 2, 3, 45 Pep f ' - X 1, 2. Owen Watterson-Wrestling 1, 2, 3, 45 Letter 1, 2, 3, 45 iiii Track 25 Letter 25 Letterman's Club 4. 'C K 1 Diana Marie Watts-"Diane"-G.A.A. 15 F.B.L.A. 15 Pep QQQQ: Club 15 Cheerleader 2, 3, 45 Dean's Office 2, 3, 45 Stooge Y 3, 45 Homecoming Queen 45 Student Assistant 4. Itt f ' 1' ' Richard D. Weber4"Dick"-Football 1, 2, 3, 45 Letter 1, Zi mb 2, 3, 45 Co-Captain 45 Wrestling 15 Letterman's Club 3, 4' Student Council 1' Dramatics Club 1' G m Leader 3' -35' J i , 1 Y i " F Hall Monitor 45 Play Cast 1. 'N 'B X X 53' y .. X - ea is X 'ISC S wi -vm! .ri 1: -- ...-es.. si X x "Swim 'TP L. .,. ., '. :af 1 - ' ' 15:46 QP? - .limi 4 '157 Sc Bud find out they're "made for each otherv at the computer dance 53 332' ' za ww, X X S - ,, - S S X K QR 1, was M, a..maa,,, my x 3 ,,-an fan WFP 158 .. A xxk- s0K'3X4RP?ie,5 if -5' 1 . ., R . X Tim Wells4Athletic Manager 1, 2, 3, 4, Letter 1, 2, 3, 4, Statistician 1, 2, 3, 4, Letterman's Club 3, 43 I-2150 Club 1, Gym Assistant 3. Ruthann Werhane-Transferred from Aquinas Dominican High School, Chicago, Illinois in 1968. Gregory Wescott-"Gregg"-Boys Club Board 1, 2, 3, Vice-President 2, Pin 2, President 3, Latin Club 1, 2, 3, Treasurer 3, Pin 3, National Thespian Society 3, 4, Dra- matics Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Stage Crew 2, Cheerleader 2, Hall Monitor 1, 2, 3, 4, Play Cast 2, 3, Tour Play 2, 3, Follies Cast 3. Joyce Weste1'hoff-G.A.A. 1, 2, Terrapin Club 1. Linda WesterhoffA''Lin"-Varsity Band 1, 2. Carolyn White+"Inky"-G.A.A. 1, Guidebook Staff 2, 3, Assistant Editor 3, Pep Club 1, Dean's Office 4, Gym Assistant 2, Prom Committee Chairman 3. David Scott White-Latin Club 1, 2, 3. Daniel White Jack Wiers-Golf 3, 4, Letter 3, 4, Tennis 2, Rebel Rouser Staff 4, Letterman's Club 4, Dramatics Club 1, National Thespian Society 2, 3, 4, Play Cast 1, 2, 3, Tour Play 1, 2, 3, 4, National Thespian Society Vice-President 2, Pres- ident 3, Speech 3, 4, National Forensic League 3, 4. Glenn Wierzbicki-"Slither"-Tennis 2, 3, 4, Letter 3, 4, Most Improved Player 3, Boys Club 2, 3, Vice-President 3, Russian Club 2, Letterman's Club 4, Varsity Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Dramatics Club 2, 3, Play Cast 2, Follies Cast 3, Pit Band 1, 3, Stage Band 4. Wayne Wilson-"Wino"-Cadet Band 1, Gymnastics 1. Myron Paul Winchester Rene Winterl'1ofTfLatin Club 1, 2, Terrapin Club 2, 33 Cadet Band 1, Pep Club 2, 3, Clinic Assistant 4. Barbara Witke-"Barb" Donna Woods-"Woods"-F,N.C. 1, 2, 3, Treasurer 3, German Club 3, 4, Vice-President 3, President 4, Clinic Assistant 1, 2, Gym Assistant 2. Senioritis hits the class of '69 Sc our Week of insanity begins Daniel Wooley-"Pit"-Baseball 3, 43 Letter 3, 43 Letter- man's Club 43 Dramatics Club 1, 23 Play Cast 1. 2. Patricia Jeanne Wozny-"Woz"-G.A.A. 3, 43 F.T.A. 43 Freshman Girls Chorus 13 A Cappella Choir 33 Concert Choir 33 Dramatics Club 1, 23 National Thespian Society 3, 43 Secretary 33 Pep Club 2, 33 Play Cast 1, 2, 3, 43 French Club 1, 2, 3, 43 Treasurer 23 Follies Cast 3. Kathleen Wright-G.A.A. 3, 43 Dramatics Club 13 Clinic Assistant 23 Bookstore Assistant 33 Gym Assistant 2, 33 Gym Leader 23 D.E. 4. Michael Wright-"Herbie"-Cross Country 1, 2, 33 Letter 1, 2: Track 1, 23 Letter 1, 23 Spanish Club 23 Dramatics Club 23 Play Cast 23 Follies Cast 3. Judi NX'rzeninski-'Judi"-Latin Club 2, 33 G.A.A. 1, 43 Terrapin Club 1, 2, 33 Dramatics Club 13 junior Honor Society 33 National Honor Society 43 Guidance Otiice 23 Play Cast 13 1968 Graduation Participant 3. Kenneth Yates-Cadet Band 13 Intermediate Band 2, 33 Varsity Band 43 Drum Major 3, 43 Band Oflicer 43 Play Cast 2. jack Earl Yauger-"Jackson Big Bear III"--Football 1, 2, 33 Letter 1, 2, 33 Letterman's Club 3, 4. Roger Yochem-Football 23 Letter 23 Basketball 1, 2, 3, 43 Letter 1, 2, 3, 43 Baseball 13 Spanish Club 23 Letterman's Club 43 Intramural Assistant 4. Marcia Yuskowitz-"Swampy''-Russian Club 13 Drama- tics Club 1. Donna Zentz-"Bubble"-G.A.A. 43 Terrapin Club 1, 23 Dramatics Club 13 Pep Club 23 Follies Cast 3. Erica Zimmerman-''Eric"aG.A.A, 13 D.E. 4g Secretary 4. Mary Zych-Transferred from N. B. Broughton High School, Raleigh, North Carolina in 19663 Concert Choir 33 Dra- matics Club 33 Pep Club Board Member 33 President 43 junior Honor Society 33 National Honor Society 43 Cheer- leader 43 Play Cast 33 1968 Graduation Participant 33 Follies Cast 3. Denise Zygowicz-D.O. 4. mi rw "df N .-qw Q3 as . .,., . tugs- n igga: 3: X. may ttfifsigri: ' " 3. .3-I" N , t . at x X X 3 X X 1 at 0 1 A it Watt . VW? 415 -ll Y? 159 une, Friday the 13th a long-awaited White rose, diploma, 81 memories PICTURES NOT AVAILABLE OF: Sharon Alberson-Transferred from Bloom High School in 1968. Crystal Anderson-"Chris" Floyd Ballard-''Butch"-Transferred from Bowen High School. Dora Berumen--Library Assistant 2, 3, 4. Charles Bice Rachel Cantu-"Rae" Paul Carlson-Transferred from Hammond High School, Hammond, Indiana in 1968, Cross Country 1, Track 3. james Chenoweth-Transferred from Chicago Vocational High School, Chicago, Illinois in 1968. Virginia Charo-"Ginny"-Terrapin Club 1, 2, 3, 0.0. 4. jim Christensen-"Big jim"-Transferred from Bishop Noll, Hammond, Indiana in 1968, Football 2, 3, 4, Let- ter 2, 3, 4, Football All Conference, All Illinois, Tribune All Stars, Latin Club 2, Letterman's Club 2, 3, 4. Linda Dommer--''Dummern-F.B.L.A. 1, G.A.A. 2, Fresh- man Girls Chorus 1, Pep Club 2, Dean's Office 1, Follies Cast 2. Dean Groom-"Dino"-D.O. 4. James jansma Victoria Lynn Kohlenberger-''Vicky"-Transferred from Thornridge High School, Dolton, Illinois in 1968, Girl's Club Board 1, 2, Mixed Chorus 1, 2. Lynne Kortenhoven-Terrapin Club 1, 2, 35 Treasurer 33 Freshman Girls Chorus 1, Mixed Chorus 2, Concert Choir 3, Double Sextette 4, Follies Cast 3, 4. Walter Kruk-"Wally"-Hall Monitor 1, 2, 3. Sandra Kuipers-''Sandy"-Student Assistant 3. Charles Labahn-"Chuck" Lynn Nelson Nancy Lee Pearson-Library Assistant 4, D.E. 4. Robert Ranfranz-"Bob" Dave Rosner--"Runt"-Swim 1, 2, 3, Letter 1, 2, 3, Let- terman's Club 3, 4. Gary Ross Linda Sue Ross-"Suzie"-Freshman Girls Chorus 1. Peggy Padgen-''Padgen--Transferred from Bishop Noll, Hammond, Indiana in 1966, G.A.A. 2, 3, 4, Pep Club 2, 3, 4, Library Assistant 3, Gym Assistant 2, 3, Follies Cast 3, 4, 0.0. 4. Angeline Schurman-"Angie"-Latin Club 3, G.A.A. 2, 3, F.B.L.A. 3, 4, Gym Assistant 3, Library Assistant 4. jim Schumacher jim Stevens-''Stevens"-Football 1, Swim 1, 2, 3, 4, Letter 2, 3, 4, Russian Club Vice-President 2, Letterman's Club 4, Hall Monitor 4. Tony Stoklosa-"Sky Pilot"-Cross Country 3, Letter 33 Swim 2, Track 1 g Dramatics Club 1. Thomas Swets Mike Tiltges-"Tiltch"-Latin Club 1, 2, Dramatics Club 1, Follies Cast 2. Faith Van Kley-G.A,A. 1, Gym Assistant 2, Hall Moni- tor 1. Charles Vignone-Transferred from Bishop Noll, Ham- mond, Indiana in 1967, Football 3. Dave Visnack-"Vis" Rich Wold COLUMEIAN CLUB LANSING COUNCIL No. 3540 K. of C. 178th AND BURN HAM - LANSING, ILLINOIS FISH - CHICKEN - FISH SERVED FRIDAY, SATURDAY AND SUNDAY ALSO ACCOMMODATIONS FOR WEDDINGS, BANQUETS, SHOWERS, PARTIES PHONE 43123 474-9879 MM ,MA5Ae5 ,Qu Mow jzfwflier 6-Icflfacallion ana! gnainead . . IIIII NIIIIGIIIII BIINII GI IIINIIIIG . l.ansing's Banking Landmark Since 1945 RIDGE ROAD AT Rov STREET LANSING, ILLINOIS 474 - l300l 474-9 I 00-0 I 33 I -8220 Cofucci if izza Dugan's Office Supply 84 Equipment Co. Q l78'I'I1 81 Burnham Avenue Office Supplies-Office Furniture M , HALLMARK CARDS I Phone: 474'4967 3240 8: 3442 Ridge Road - Lansing, Illinois I67 E. 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Complete Samsonite Luggage Department 'For ladies and men GARDINER'S QACE HARDWARE? 6 "Ace Sets The Pace" - WITH - Complete Formal Wear Rental Dept. QUALITY ME-ll?CHANDlSE 33l5 Ridge 474-l020 LOWER PRICES! 474-247' l8059 Torrence 474-0020 landing .ggaorf Shop INSTITUTIONAL 81 TEAM SUPPLIER DeYOUNC5 81 SONS FURNITURE CO., INC. 'Home of Fine FurnzQflJz'ngJ,' 3263 RIDGE RD. '-AN5'NG A. RosAT1 LANSING, ILL. 60438 474-0350 Compliments of Q .Yip-A :If E jg. vu-.5 mor e -1 lat-Wit:-f .l i eggs? A , 1-nfl.-P .K .k lwlfj BANK UF LANSING 3115 Ridge Road Lansing, Illinois Member of F. D. l. C. Gngrafnfafiond LZ me CKJSM f .. Signing, . 1 I UNLIMQITED I 2 ,A1 F i F 'IL' , A-A-Ckickenfj Ii lx w W flhizizm 5 ummneo IIWIIL I QUICK PICK-UP FOR PARTIES, PICNICS, BALL GAMES, MEETINGS 474-5022 2501 RIDGE ROAD LANSING SEWING SHOP 3336 Ridge Road 474-1062 THOMAS TOEPFER "The Little Store with the Bzlg Vdluffij of . xy W . t MOTOR HOMES - HORSE TRAILERS - TRAVEL TRAILERS XB Cllljlllg Dine alll QIICCIICE' - 45' 'Lf 9' Q 5? E, Llaleafing Sruice W f W 3 f V 1 I QSF O FURNACES - HEATING Jim a 40" Off?" a 84 Serviced-CIeuned-Repaired lgbol TORRENCE AVENUE GAS OR OH LANSING, ILLINOIS Conversions - Installations Plumbing 8m Electrical Maintenance 474-6977 Humidifiers - Water Heaters - lncinerators . . C . F NC S 17839 mnnfncf Ive. 474-2243 LAIISINB,ILL.E0438 A IOYQLTON V' ICR A U 165 PH. 474-4800 L- I U :Je-Q: Ifz. ,- p LE? III I I IIIII I I I Q "T'i"' ....- . landing Sauingd and Joan .fduociafion I8207 BURNHAM AVENUE CALVIN G. FRANK LANSING. ILLINOIS 60439 Mqnzfiifgegmcer BR CE 'rs Ecss-Wsoomss C S Lef Us Help Plan Your New FLOWERS Aff J04ePAf'w fgx MR. 81 MRS. JULIUS SCHOETTLE. SR. "FLOWERS FOR ALL OCCASIONS ' Puuumlmwnwnnnm I8I38 HENRY ST. 474-0608 IAcross from ViIIcge HQIII 18058 ROY ST P GR 4 0754 LANSING ILL ""f Gentleman? bqffffmfn 'J BY APPOINTMENT PHONE 474-8I I I l80I5 TORRENCE LANSING, ILLINOIS PRESCRIPTIONS ARE THE HEART OF OUR BUSINESS BERNARDS PRESCRIPTION PHARMACY 3330 Ridge Rd. Lansing, III. FREE DELIVERY GR 4-1686 "LET US FILL YOUR NEXT PRESCRIPTION" QQ . 18058 TORRENCE AVE LANSING, ILL. 60488 Cam Pinqfeni TOW LOW TRAVEL TRAILERS ALSO TENT CAMPERS FOR SALE AND RENT "Jim" VcncIerWoucIe 3I2-474-2955 JOHN W. EGGERT JACK EGGERT JOHN W. EGGERT INSURANCE AGENCY, INC. "INSURANCE - ALL KINDS" 3508 RIDGE ROAD 474-I6I6 PLAQUES - FIGURINES 474-5054 THE PLAQUE SHOP :eros TORRENCE Ave. LANSING, ILLINOIS PAINTS - BRUSHES - RHINESTONES - FINISHED GIFTS I,IfI!aIf.f:'z cgagulfz Oqgsncy, gnc. 18119 TORRENCE AVENUE LANSING. ILLINOIS I7809 Burnham Avenue Phone 474-3600 Lansing. IIIInoIs VILLAGE BAKERY SPECIALIZING IN WEDDING CAKES 8: NOVELTY BIRTHDAY CAKES Open 7 Days Per Week - Daily 5 A.M. Io 9 P.M. Sunday Io 6 P.M. SLAGER'S TEXACO SERVICE TIRES - BATTERIES - ACCESSURIES scmmnc Mom runs-ur I 1 FUEL on - aunufn SERVICE 'L mum fun Ausnmm RIDGE ROAD 81 BURNHAM AVE. LANSING, ILLINOIS 60438 Phone 474-98I3 - 474-06l7 FOR THE FINEST IN SERVICE .S9CAl'026!eI"C3l,allQl' .gLlIlel'a!..N0l'l'l2 PHONE GRaniI'e 4-0024 3227 RIDGE ROAD - LANSING, ILLINOIS 8 Q -" BEE CHEMICAL COMPANY White Fan try belicateuen FOOD MART I86I0 Burnham Avenue - Lansing, Illinois Open 7 Days A Week BILL and CHA WHITE, Owners Phone Party Orders 474-9869 Talcen Aluminum Siding, Awnings, Primary Aluminum Windows 8: Patio Doors Commercial Doors 8: Enclosures K 'ff Ill. mana actuf-ing Co. MANUFACTURERS OF - Anodized - PHONE GR 4-9839 ROY'S FRIENDLY SERVICE DEALER IN STANDARD GAS AND OIL OUR MOTTO - EFFICIENT SERVICE OUR HOBBY - COURTESY RIDGE ROAD 81 TORRENCE AVE. LANSING Combination Aluminum Windows Doors, Casements, Jalousie Units 2755 BERNICE ROAD 81 LANSING, ILLINOIS FREE ESTIMATES ALL TYPES OF REPAIRS GRaniIe 4-I904 J. O. MCNARY, Owner GRanite 4-77I5 -IJ.. 4:VV . A, , oc lui oun e es aura ff" fd' , I I I A M N 1 I Ar ffiffl u' rl 5 S . iffigf a A - mx .- f 5 W "": 4 I -, si 7 f' I, .il 1':'- U El i?- Il ' C k I L g 8- R f t Phono 474-6450 l7127 TORIENCI AVE. LANSING, Il-UNOI5 McNary's "PORTS OF CALL" Travel Service 2755 BERNICE ROAD 474-5850 LANSING, ILLINOIS 60438 DOMESTIC 81 FOREIGN TICKETING TOURS-Cl-IARTERS-GROUPS MELEDA B. MCNARY, Travel Consultant JOHN'S PIZZERIA Carry Out 8. Delivery Service Open 7 Days A Week Hours: 4 P.M. - Midnight-Sun. lhru Thurs. 4 P.M. - I A.M.-Fri. thru Saf. I 7255 Burnham-474-4900-490I Please Aslc Us About Family Style Orders! Having a Party? Call Us lor Party Rafe. "The Friendliesf Place ln Town" BUCKHORN INN in l, A f i "BUCK" BRICCO 3502 RIDGE ROAD 474-9722 Phone GRani're 4-5940 GUS BOCK HARDWARE 3455 Ridge Road LANSING, ILLINOIS THE MERRY MEAT MEN 3304 Ridge Road Lansing, IIIinoIs 60438 Fresh Homemade Sausage FREE PARKING Phone 474-7222 IN REAR Jgaren if .gpaorfdwear TALL - AVERAGE I8I I6 TORRENCE AVENUE THE BIELS LANSING, ILLINOIS 60438 4 Phone: 474-9800 Q' sos GASPADAREK 474-4989 3436 Ridge Road MOELLER LANES ,Q J SNACK BAR - LOUNGE AIR CONDITIONED I8I28 Torrence Avenue Elmer s. Janet Moeller Lansing. IIIIUIOIS 32 I 9 RIDGE ROAD 474-4260 LANSING PAINT 81 SUPPLY CO. "MOST COMPLETE DECORATING CENTER" PAINTS -- CARPET - TILE DRAPES - WALLPAPER DeYoung's Nursery 81 Garden Center COMPLETE LANDSCAPING SERVICE PHONE: GR 4-0092 TORO MOWERS I86Ih and Burnham Avenue Lansing DON DeYOUNG, Owner I- ' ' C. J. FRANK 81 SON Real Estate and General Insurance Tax Service Complete Service for Your Car at STATE LINE SERVICE STATION Wheel Balancing 8. Alignment Sun Tune Ups 3425 Ridge Road Lansing, IIIinois 3730 R,d R d I ge oa Phone 474-0793 Lansing- 'II- Phone 474-98I8 CALVIN FRANK CLARICE FAZIO Elmer R. Schultz-together since I935-Gerrit DeVries GRanite 4-9066 Hours 9 A.M. - IO P.M. 474'988I sur.. no A.M. - 2 P.M. . , VILLAGE PHARMACY I92nd 8: Torrence Lansing, III. G. J. BUKOWSKI, R.PI1. A Complete Drug Store and Cosmetics Center I7257 Burnham Avenue Lansing, IIIinois PHONE 474-0300 Faoro's Furniture 81 Gifts Home of Contemporary, Danish Modern and Early American Furniture "IF WE DON'T HAVE IT, WE CAN GET IT" I804O TORRENCE AVE. LANSING, ILLINOIS Just 4 Blocks South ol Calumet Expressway For A Complete Selection of Variety Merchandise See Your BEN FRANKLIN STORE FRED SEVERIN -- Manager Phone GRanite 4-0900 VULCAN MOLD AND IRON COMPANY 2900-I 70th Lansing, III 474-6200 ltfwdmm, 'WZofoJL Salem, 9nr. FINE CARS s. TRUCKS I7856 Torrence Ave. Lansing, IIIinois 60438 MARC and RUTH Jcg jaaLion Suzan, Cgnc. 3677 RIDGE ROAD LANSING, ILL. 60438 "Where Fashion ls The Keynote of Our Business" BY APPOINTMENT ONLY 474-4950 474-495 I Q Q3 OF CHICAGO - SOUTH U.S. 6 AND INTERSTATE 80 AT TORRENCE AVENUE LANSING, ILLINOIS 60438 474-6300 DOMMER'S DINETTE STEAK-CHICKEN-FISH LUNCHEONS-DINNEIRS FOUNTAIN SERVICE Phone 474-9866 24I5 RIDGE ROAD LANSING, ILL. .f':mq2 . ECONOMICAL Independent Insurance Agency TMTSQBISE . COMFORTABLE 'T Q A Rfilgfiii'-P' Q SAFE G0 bY BUS gfafgcldon Q' Q Ji g , 5 A gk 'a --C REALTOR af INSUROR ni.-'x "' , "MIX T A' -0- N..,A-'--Jr KICKERT BUS LINES, Inc. CHARTER BUSES ANYWHERE INSURED - BONDED - I. C. C. PERMITS SCHOOLS AND CHURCHES A SPECIALTY 203rd 8: Torrence Ave. Chicago Heigh+s, III. Phone 758-4740 No Sundays "LANsTNG's PIONEER REAL ESTATE BROKER" 2538 RIDGE RD., LANSING, ILL. PH. 474-4850 FRED'S STATE LINE SHELL SERVICE Complete ' " EXPERT Air Conditioning From End Work Service 373I Ridge Road ' L, K A , Phone Lansing, III. 60438 474-9864 Rong Rong vous: 474- I 600 O Chop Suey , "fi Special Cantonese Foods ' I8I44 S. Torrence Avenue Sgglfgg' Lansing, Illinois 60438 '1lmIM'lx"' e 0 ' -, 'F "ORDERS READY FOR I iw? ' 71, PICKUP WHEN You ARR1vE" FIIISI Federal Savmgs - 'TQ-ga2f,,z..!kLQ, 5 L HOURS .-Afmf. M' V ' .F 0 o egg-15545 2IR.5','?U'E.f'wEi,?i' 8: Loan Association E' .' THUR. II A.M. - 9 RM. ' ' FRI., SAT. II A.M. - I0 P M of Lansing BLDG. MATERIALS FUEL OIL FACE BRICK GASOLINE MENNO BOTMA LORENZ 81 SON, INC. I8307 TORRENCE AVE., LANSING, ILL. OFFICE: 474-0055-6 2320 Thornton Rd. Lansing, Illinois , .l.., x-'I 'If WATCHES DIAMONDS ol, gl y2l,UeLI'if Van TiI's Fruit Market Fresh Fruits 8. Vegetables ln Season 3644 RIDGE RD' Complete Line of Garden Needs LANSING, ILLINOIS 60438 and Flower and Vegetable Plants WATCH REPAIRING - PEARL RESTRINGING 474.9235 Larry 8, Marge Taylor Road I.ClnSIf1g, Illinois HOOK 8: HANGER SHOP For Boys and Students HEADQUARTERS FOR LEVIS - KAZOO - ROBERT BRUCE AND OTHER TOP BRANDS 3642 Ridge Rd. 474-II00 Lansing, III. NAGLE PACKING CO. 3 ., nagks Lansing Z Chicago GR 4-0750 SO 8-6062 U.S. GOVT. EST. NO. 653 ' 'Y Y 7 ' "'Y' gf .1 I .7 A MORRIS MUSIC MART Lessons in all instruments-Everything in music Story 81 Clark Organs Complete Line of Guitars, Drums, Amplifiers Aslr about our Free Trial Lessons and Rental Programs on Instruments 474-6030 3601 Ridge Road 474-6031 AII-Breed Grooming TH E PET SET IFormerIy sms, nog House I COMPLETE LINE OF PET SUPPLIES Wholesale 81 Retail Scott 8: Susie CrisweII 474-49I7 Res. 474-38I3 I80II Torrence, Lansing, III. QUALITY CARPETS "SERVICE WITH QUALITY" aiming jforaf .Slap "FLOWERS ron Evsnv OCCASION" Monday, Thursday, Friday-9 to 9 "' , Tues. and Sat.-9 to 5:30 Wed.-9 to I2 Phone GRani+e 4-I2I2 FTD , !,q, "Q , V843 Toffefwe. Lansing 474-9565 3420 Ridge Road Lansing, Illinois 60438 WHITE INVENTORY SERVICE I - WILLIAM WHITE I gi A - Il E'5 Box 66 Ph.: 474-57I2, 57I4 I I V MTURE FRANNG f ' Lansing, IIIinois Area Code: 3I2 ""'G':K SING ITETSSIEN' ' LANSING CLEANERS Phone 474-2549 for pick-up 8g delivery MAIN PLANT Ridge Rd. 8: Torrence BRANCH OFFICES I652 Ridge Rd. - Munster 345I Ridge Rd. - Lansing "Elegant Cleaning with those priceless extras" LANSING K, DOG 'N' SUDS M561 Ni ,LYXITDSI . I76TH PL. 84 TORRENCE AVE. LANSING, ILLINOIS GR 4-4888 W- . 1 J-: 'I I ' 'mv f m FOR DELICIOUS FRIED CHICKEN C ME 'I' INTERNATIONAL HARVESTER 0 0 COMPANY . INDUSTRIAL TRACTORS - BACKHOES B K W LOADERS AND EQUIPMENT Kingery Expressway and Torrence Avenue Carry out Restaurant L ' ,III' ' ansmg mms I79th 8: Torrence 474-6969 ansing - GRanite 4-7600 Chicago - COmmodore 4-5233 Congratulations to the Class of 69 pafriciand SALON OF BEAUTY Hi-Styling - Tinting Bleaching 8: Permanent Waving Specially in Long Hair I74l4 Burnham Ave. Phone: 474-8398 Lansing, III. Congratulations to the Class of 1969 from WDR-FM-I0l.9 on your dial LANSING, ILLINOIS CONVENIENT FOOD MART Open 7 Days 'Til Midnight BURNHAM AT l7lst ST. LANSING, ILLINOIS BOB AND RITA SCHNEIDER, Owners FRED'S BARBER SHOP "For more Than 50 years of service" PROFESSIONAL I3l2I'474-3750 GEORGE T. ODERWALD CLEANING 9'5" I8I57 Wentworih Avenue a GQ ' Spntagarh Gllvzuwra AUTO - LIFE 1 HOME OWNERS 7, O fi 3365 RIDGE ROAD Low Cost Auto Finance Plan LANSING' ILLINOIS 60438 ALTERATIONS 8: SHIRT SERVICE REPAIRS 5 new 34? pa fron olgfing P. A. 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