Thornton Township High School - Thorntonite Yearbook (Harvey, IL)

 - Class of 1962

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Art courses fall into this category. jirt stiidenis portunity to express, thegnselqesmby work. Dramatics is much the same and so is imusic. Not everyone can be the a production, but everyone can feel rewarded after a performance because of the effort he put forth, backstage orlout frpnt.WPeer- ing into the looking glass, he can see, not only the reflection of what he is, ibut all the way through into llfiill the Mof person,-11 he wants to be and thinks it possible to be with M- w 1 1 11 ' f.. 1 1 1 , 1 11 1. W 1 1 11 1 H1 1 11 1 ,. W 51 1 a bit of luck and some determination. is H 5 Q f Crowds make game time the exciting it ii i if enamel for ..,, flqtivfa Spvrts, hoping to make the teams. Some are l e'l willing to devote time, ewnergy, and entgusiasrrgjnecessary to ,become eee 1 11 Q 11 3, S cheerleaders. Some see to it that thei-dlis an cheering siibtionf l 1SomeUdo their part by keeping W crowds in order while others VVill1ile di this Cheer Crowds undertake to keep the hungry ones filled. Their specialty is popcorn. l Then! traditional tfiiffairslike thosexat flgmecomlng. What with u 11222422 , 11 W , 1' ' X1 1 L 1,1 swam W 1 Y session, parade, open house, and dreiss-up dance, 1isQa ftweekAe1nd to remember. Thorntonhas both the cheerers and the cheered! Lincoln statue corner, CROSSROADS of Thornton THORNTON . ORGANIZED DIVERSITY U E it I Thornton students and faculty live by the hell. From the tardy bell at eight-five to the closing bell at three-twenty, those bells ring with relentless regularity to mark off class periods and lunch hours. Three-twenty means that classes are over for the day. There is a grand exodus to home-hound buses or to after-school activities. Seniors returned picture PROOFS to representatives from the studio. W .1 . ,V gl .XFX V -f Q . . 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J. -..,..::51::M"a.:x,-.L 512110111 ' L ' FORUM member, Vicki Nagin, reports to,Mr. Zecl1el's home room on KIP business. HOME ROOM CAME FIRST With attendance cards and announcements out of the Way, other business could be undertaken. That might mean newspapers to distribute, Forum business to discuss, or ballots to cast for one election or another. You were lucky if you had a meeting to attend. Ron Batty, Junior Class SENATOR, collects ballots from his home room. Mr. Ol1lert's ENGLISH class visits the library to hear Mrs. Shepl1a.rd's orientation talk. Linda Lyon and Sandy Painter of the yearbook staff label PICTURES for the 1962 edition. Mr. Olson solves a HEADLINE problem for Karen Johnson in the newspaper office. PUBLICATION STAFFS mer first period as Well as home room. Because of schedule limitations, that might be the only time they had to work. When they could, staff members came in during the hours When they had no classes. Newspaper deadlines came every Week- Yearbook deadlines started just before Christmas and loomed up once a month after that. Staffs managed to keep one jump ahead of their printers' demands. Meanwhile the rest of the school went on as usual, oblivious of their often frenzied activity. Freshmen visited the library and seniors overslept. Some people studied and others occupied space. Thorntonites were diversified. , Cammie McDaniel reports to Mrs. Van Etten at the TARDY DESK. 9 'J -ii' I if r if :S Lk P 5' 1 K -' g V ,, nv 5, i .. MODERN DANCE gets a big boost in interest from Orchesis members 2535: 4 Lfg Cjwfzf' "":f'T Q' ,, , Q4 ,h ,gif M111 2 5 A' -154, S95 P LM - xL.lA,'X: K Lfx-Gif? x Y"'z,. L ff'--ff' fy "fx .rn ' N .. fl-, '- L. L' I' .- Xuan . din ki' L V? -' U "' 2110 -LJ: , X x KJ' ,N V 'U Vw... Tag '-'eg-,, ,J X x- if Liih- U n,,gvL?m V 57' ,L, -12- ' L43 . .--I' x Mrs. Shermain, school NURSE4 helps Ginger Buck adjust her arm sling. , I were a big part of ,zgsn-,, life at TTHS. Everybody took gym, either active or restricted, as a Way of building strong bodies and establishing good health habits. For those who became ill at school or who should not have tried to come in the first place, there was help in the office of the school nurses. Bandages and dressings, advice and Warnings were all part of their day's business. Some students were sent home under their own power or taken home by a parent who was called. ln cases of emergency, the doctor"s office or even the hospital could be their destination, but those times were infrequent. Health education , through first aid procedures was taught in physical Ping-pong is a popular game education courses. Home nursing units were included in homemaking courses. They gave excellent training in do-it-yourself methods when professional help Was not actually needed. A Q, imma in RESTRICTED gym classes. HOME NURSING group used improvised hed table- Nancy Pavlak, Barbara Miller Cpatientj, Judy Stone. FACULTY SUPERVISION took a variety of forms in the course of a day at Thornton. lt might be helping a class with a research problem, as in the Social Studies library. It might be training a band for maneuvers at a pep session or on the football field. lt could be Watching over distribution of newspapers in home room on Wednes- day mornings. Perhaps supervision took a more indirect form, behind the scenes, when a counselor or a teacher looked up a student's record to see what his previous problems and attitudes had been. In the faculty cafeteria at lunch time or coffee break, there was a chance for informal comparison of notes on each other's problems or for relaxing over that second cup of coffee. A class assignment in the SOCIAL STUDIES library means research on a definite problem. H Band maneuvers at a PEP SESSION in the gym could he both eye filling and ear splitting. Mrs. Bisherg, VISITING COUNSELOR, checks a student's records in the registrar's office. On Wednesday's John Payne distributes the weekly THORNTONITE to subscribers in his home room. I Faculty CAFETERIA is a good place for late news-Mr. Roberts, Mr. Liehr, Mr. Hightower, Mr. Dulgar. 13 and to have fun was included in every Thornton day. Cafeteria tables were the gathering places where friends met friends to pass along the latest Word on many subjects. That could mean tests or class assignments or personalities. . Club business was often transacted there. Bus tickets to out-of-town games, Purple X tickets, banquet tickets, play tickets were bought and sold either at the little ticket booth or by individual salesmen at the tables. Plans, for the evening or the Week-end were discussed. ln fact, lunch was the principal break in the day. s? Faculty lounge Was the spot Where teachers Went to get away from the hustle-bustle of classrooms and corridors. Gym classes gave everyone a chance to Wake up at the beginning of the day or to unwind at the end. lf the weather Was such that classes could go outdoors, that was all the better. LUNCH HOUR in the student cafeteria was a good time for mugging the camera. Newspapers were popular in the FACULTY LOUNGE -Miss Fredriekson, Mr. Landherr, Mrs. Upton. 'f.:....... 1-. 7 .Q 4 V , 4 ,L "fp, if V' 'f2l"?'f7n "" -,A fin. 'f 1. -w :Maw 3- . X .-vffrr . Q, .p fpi 1 Q' lu, +.,'-1, 4 51- ..,..4If , -.,1.. '.,.,5'.. L U., 5 - "- .. .- -'A ' ' - V' ,H fra W-,N ' 'T " . ' r 4 W2 " JN H 'v , . ,wg 45? N ' -f 75-Q-,ai km ' I i 11 , in :N "N Y-1 'Dug-Aff? 1- R ' .. T.. V wtf, Y 5 1 -, --L-55 -Legs - V 1 . 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Entertainment calls for zany stunts by sophomores, freshmen, and Junlors, and a style show by semor girls In a more serlous ve1n are the crowning of the queen Girls Club president at the beglnnlng of thelparty and the Ceremony of the Green at the close Theme for this year s affair was Heavenly Days the date, September 28 The name is tradltional too, going back to the tlme when space was so llmlled there wasn t even room to Slt on the floor hence, Stand Up Hand shake llne got longer and longer as girls came to FRESHMAN STAND UP -.,,,,.yf" Mr Wllll0lt of the Maintenance staff fastens 'm ANGEL for Heavenly Days A N L c . ' . J . . A i I - ca as . V 5 - 1 - cc ng. i:" M " V - ' ' ' so 1 1 I ' u I . - I V 7 . . . - - ca - .79 ' I as SOPH STUNT-"Can't Get to Heaven"-Carol McGuire, Pal Danrich, Linda Faller, Michele Thompson, Carol Bac, Linda Maka, Diane Landowski. COURT--Linda Stuart, Holly I-Ioebel, Bonnie Mirich, Joan LaRue Lois Schroeder, Sue Sachs., Bonnie Kovnat. PAGES Bonnie Mirich and Debbie ' ' Bell ushered in the royalty. 4 THE SQUAD comes up from the dressing room for after-school practice on the football field. I AFTER SCHOOL buses line up along the east side of the main building. sessions were musts for everyone connected with sports. While most students took the buses headed for home, Thornton teams and cheerleaders had strenuous work-outs on the football fields or in the gyms. Football squads, coming up the steps from the dressing rooms, jogged over to Buda field for practices so as not to dig up turf on the main gridiron. Cheerleaders practiced on the big field and so did the majorettes. Band maneuvers were perfected there, also, after being planned on the special little peg-board and translated into positions for people. Opening and half-time ceremonies at football games plus pep stunts in the gym called for practice. 2 4 V M -.-rw .1 r .-gy f I I mg vfy' 1 5. . ,, -f ,, . 1-4' 4 H A... 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' .., RE' F' 'M -. , . .1. f u ' ,.. , '11 X A af ,ELL ., J? "' g,,, .n..,, L ,, . K F' 3 33 1 .11 WX. , 4' 1. 4, 'gi ,, mi v .S 1, Q' P ,J Q 4 ,Z R ef 1 g., g f .4 gf, Q Q ? S' f .nd AT., , .,, . M., .N , ,X - V1 4 N '. '.r-I Ii h. - -1LiL.',.Z .- 2--4, - cgi" 'Q-1 1 Q 9 W. ,V J.- ,A .N L. LQ .YA iv' -Q. 1, 1' L,.,. X I ,Qi 4,91 -Y. .. .lr f M '99 1 'iz "4" ., . 1 . , A 5 -Q -mfr' , Ji- - r 5 x f Q I , THORNTON . . ORGANIZED DIVERSITY When it comes to numbers, Mathematics department I takes priority. Numbers are their business. - New this year was an experimental course in y sl General Math I based on material from Yale N ,M Mt University. A senior group took analytical MATH and OUTER SPACE-Laurel Rasplica shows how to measure inaccessible distances by congruent triangles. geometry for ten hours of Junior College credit. Honors course now includes both lane and solid ffeometr . P D Y 20 Andrea Coppoch and Jerry Drenner solve problems involving PARALLEL LINES. Monte Wldte uses one of the oldest of the calculators, an ABACUS, a Chinese invention. Bob Kosmala and Melodye Kirk demonstrate the SLIDE RULE. for freshmen and for sophomores is the general rule in Thornton science courses. However, accelerated freshmen may be placed in physical science or biology classes and go on to chemistry in their second year. Team teaching was done this year on an experimental basis. If a teacher had a specialty in biology, some phase in which he was particularly interested and well prepared, he taught that unit to all biology classes, and other faculty members worked on their favorite units. Classroom demonstrations and special faculty lectures were a big help to general science students who thus had a good introduction to the Whole range of science. Individual projects might he collections of plants, insects, rocks, or they might be illustrative charts, posters, notebooks. Display Windows, interesting to the Whole-school, became class projects. 22 Caryl Jay sets up a conservation exhibit for BIOLOGY classes. Intricate parts of the hurnan eye appear on the GENERAL SCIENCE chart Paul Schurr examines. How to use a STETHOSCOPE-Nancy Huddlestun PHOTO-MICROCRAPHS are made with the new practices on Joan Chuclo in General Science. equipment Graham Hacker and Laurie Lewis are using. Carol Anton Coutsidej and Cheryl High get a BIOLOGY show case ready for Halloween. I -Y .,,,- X F 111 ,, ,L ,- 1" '1 ' .L uw I .Q gn . , I.,,.,F M I. .Q- ' I 'QWI E '- " '- H 1, gf , I IIIIIN! x N DC! 4 X I E 1: 1 ls" , 21 N ali A H nad I E 'I ., Q!! y",ft?f'Yq-W ,IIE -J , -Z A. . 1- LT' 'F 5 vw g I uv ki W- ex., 1 1 A E I f 5' H, 1. . M , 'H -1' N ' 8 . Y. 1391! it ' ' ?2 N2 I 5? 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II I I x5' 2 ri f. r WE, is the newest advancement in the Science Department curriculum. lt is not a course nor a class but a process by which talented students may do creative scientific work outside of regular classrooms. Goal of the seminar is such thorough discussion of current scientific developments that members will keep up to date on their own. Thus, principal emphasis is on individual projects. Mr. James Kane, director, meets the group daily, periods five and seven. He helps members plan their research and supervises them in proper techniques. He encourages speculation on possible approaches and solutions to current problems. Members take field trips to research laboratories in the Chicago area and hear scientists discuss the many types of activities students can look forward to in a career in science. Each student must be actively involved in a research problem of his own choice and, on the basis of that problem, take part in the Westinghouse Science Talent Search conducted each spring over the country. Using a model to determine ATOMIC structure- Mr. Harms, Pat Norris., and Art Relmlitz. PHYSICS and focal lengths occupy Rosemary Philpot., Jim Dunne, Judy Bloomquist. 31? i iiii i v . I ,X . J y V, 'x 1, ' 5 ,uw , 1 "ww , 1 Y , - -3 V ss, f . . A it H. .N fe . '5 'L -:V , Production of hydrogen sulfide in CHEM LAB-Ed Dunne and Ralph Becker. 25 st if it 2 its A2".r department has added both new equlpment and courses this year. The Bridgeport vertical milling machine, the "Speedrnaster" White printer, Logan shaper, and the uNu-Arc" light table are on the list of new equipment. The first two were purchased by Thornton Junior College for the use of high school classes as well as their own. Two new courses are Basic Industrial Arts I and the third semester of Architectural Drafting. Fifteen students are enrolled in the Diversified Occupations class, including four girls. D.O. members take on-the-job training besides their academic classes at TTHS. By dlsassembllng motors freshmen learn the 1111101 workings of gasoline ENGINES. In Vocational DRAFTING-J oe Garbacz. A new press in GRAPHIC ARTS -Bruce Henneberg, Bill Goodrich. tie! rf-Q f'5 1 .J- , !,m.,,, I, Steve Cramenz, on D.0., uses a TENSILE- testing machine at Ingalls laboratory. H ' : 5 David Szwet and Tom Oestman study engine mechanics in AUTO SHOP. 27 I gi, ggi, r H X, M ,: ir-!jw.H , A ,. N. in 1. EQJSWN 1 2 fwf- ,, 3- 7 'QL , .MA M' ' ff " L ' ' nv Q Q E' ' ' ' , ' : - z ., "U AN 5 -. 1 1 1 . ' U, ,gw - V '- W ws ' 'xv 5545255 , - W 'Q 'M1fx - .11-1,.A xl bl - Wa Q 91 F' 1' 's 1... i 3 xv A ' 'A ' A 'fjfii-Tir" 1 a I -J-9-' I 'Y 5'--Q . if V 9 1 7 X ' 1 ,V e Shop boys lose the pull against ELECTRICITY-Tom Berry, Pat Smolen, and John Blackstone. WOOD SHOP. Dave Lingo shows Clifford Danzy how to assemble a plane. Cecil Bailey Cleftj watches. I shops at Thornton serve Thornridge too. Every day thirty-four students from there join Thornton juniors and seniors in the four in-school Vocational classes. They commute between the two schools by bus. Some of the more expensive equipment is thus made to do double duty and ease the strain on the budget. One of the many projects of the Industrial Education classes this year was to make the wiring panels for Industrial Arts I and Electricity. Two girls have now invaded the department. One takes Graphic Arts and the other Auto Shop. GERMAN-Slieila Divekey writes an open-book test. E EE? 5 " g 2-sr'-" r-1'-'-1-55 K nfl- . K' 'tm 1 f i 5,11 il LATIN-Ronald Romba, Mary J. Celebucki, Donna Savageau admire Julius Caesar. Thornton's FOREIGN LANGUAGE department employed some of the new teaching techniques gaining in favor today. Now in addition to the laboratory used by all classes, there is a new method known as ALM fAudio-Lingual Materials? . Beginning Spanish and German classes used the ALM records and tapes. More traditional were the Christmas skits and plays. German students presented "Rotkappchen" or nlled Riding Hood," and sang carols at the homes of their friends. A special puppet show was Written and presented by French lll and IV classes. To the advanced Latin courses were added Cicero, Sallust, and Ovid. All classes took the Latin Day tour of Chicago museums. Spanish students assembled notebooks on current events in Latin America and Spain and saw an exhibit of dolls from these areas. Outstanding students from all classes were recognized at the Language Honors assembly in May. ffl' ,M J- f ,flfgll f 1 t N N .9,,,,, ev-kg a tape lenordlng as Wayne Turner holds up the card. SPANISH-Mary Griffin makes FRENCH-Aloulte watches over Carolyn Crotenhuis, Amelia Jones., Renee Green, Terry Dal Cason, Terri Rutherford, Irene Kalesnekoff, Pam Bennett, Pat Norris. 'TE H' 351 1 'j I l2A!,' 21,1 -2 510 'I 32 TEMP-5' 24555119 V555 x. -.xx ENGLISH committee-Donna Calloway, Mary Grotenhuis, and Laurie Lewis plan a discussion. HISTORY charts were class projects-Sheryl Corcoran, Susan Genovese Cfrontj g Veronica Jones, Gary Jordang Bill Norby, Jeraldine Cloreg Bob Madon, Bonnie Barnhill. Rf: t viii, Hx. .--" w 1 Karen Chrzastowski shelves books in the English RENTAL LIBRARY and are Thorntons two biggest departments in faculty personnel Since all students are required to take four years of English except trade students who must have three and since Social Studies I freshmen and American History are required of all Thorntonites the two departments are large New this year in English was the Sequential Writing Program, which starts with freshmen students develop their writing skill Two field trips for Social Studies classes included one to Manteno State Hospital and one to Washington, D. C. Mr. Edward Derwinski, State Representative, visited U S. History classes. Jean Nelson fleftl moderates a MODERN HISTORY panel with B111 Peters William Smith and Rich Cunningham. 9 and progresses through seniors. Aim, of course, is to help Q? L, A 1, -l.. ,,,.1.m - ...JY W -- W- - -7- V ,,,,, n n F .. f? .avr V M : l-, " TYPING-Miss Wrziy answers a question for Judy Mazurek on a speed exercise. SALES window-Paul Rinella, Jerry Shearer, and Rosemary McCarthy Coutsidel check on Dave MCChPiSii8, Howard Jerz, and Ed Cermak arranging a men's clothing display. department trains students to enter the business world. To basic courses like shorthand, typing, and bookkeeping are added secretarial practice and acquaintance with modern business machines. New pieces of equipment were the IBM electric typewriters ffirst kind without carriagesj , comptometers, a comptograph, Burroughs calculators, and an Underwood bookkeeping machine. Students attended the National Office Machines conference at DePaul, took in a social security project, and followed a work program in school offices. Twenty-four enrolled in the work-study program, Distributive Education. Four earned U of l scholarships. Four college students from ISNU and NIU did practice teaching at TTHS. Newest course was Notehand, a shorthand for college-bound seniors. Donna Cerino uses the POSTING machine. Carol Alsip tries the new IBM SELECTRIC typewriter under Miss Kratochvi1's supervision. 35 w J 4--' Charles Gaines, Don Berglind using a PROJECTO-PRINTER. SPLICING TAPE in the Audio-Visual Center -Richard Rinearson and J ack Vest. AUDIO-VISUAL CENTER served all departments. Through the director, his secretary, and student A-V squad members, it was possible to order films and slides to supplement textbooks. Portable equipment, complete with operators, could be scheduled for classrooms. Departments arranged for large-group showings in the auditorium. Sound equipment for records and tapes was also available. Overhead projectors were so popular that three new ones were ordered. Service pins were given, for the first time this year, to students who had successfully completed a year's Work at A-V Center. For four years, there was a special pin. A night school course, Preparation of Instructional Materials, was offered for faculty and others. 36 Paul Lucas checks the A-VC film LIBRARY for incoming and outgoing orders to classes. Film CAPSULES are filed on a special hoard-Jerrold Drener Cleftj, Jim Borris. Setting up A-VC equipment before entering a class--Oliver Griffin and Don Berglind. 38 THORNTON . . ORGANIZED DIVERSITY 6 U Quickest way to the land of imagination is in the E various forms of ART, as students in the department soon found out. Art Studio, a new course, was L 9 9 G- L S open to all qualified fourth-year students. Interesting pieces came from JEWELRY classes- Joanne Mangnus, Neil Sorenson, Tina Maranto. They had quite advanced projects to do. A stone cutter and polisher and a buffer were new pieces of equipment. There were entries in the Junior Red Cross International Art Exhibit and in the National Scholastic Art Awards. Marilyn Lau experiments with colors in her DRAWING and PAINTING class. byAAu1ttYlf1Qttwrtft'wHtstisai?iEsswrr1tit iiiiiiiiii Wirww55ggj:Q35gigQy,i:: lW'WiiiQwifffii5'l : lzzl 5 I Ifs ' , 2523 . ,ix Je. CERAMICS took lots of patience-Karen Meister operates a potter s wheel as Calvin Mays shapes a head in Clay. Crafts classes liked CARDBOARD printing-M Kwasny, Bill Dellooy, Jean Kennedy, Jim Pew PAPER CONSTRUCTION meant lots of color-Paula Taylor, Floyd Williams. 1 . L, . . 1 f-'G-.1.' QXWQX' niwga' Q31 I . vw A x-. fwii 5x5 X -v . 1: 'K ry ig-L, ..A, Q W , gg: -Aw V ,,!':f.,g N, .rl A "u..,n::94 '5- 4 , . uz' ,,o-. Vi' -1 'r fm' fi, ,x If f f ,ff . x L E Q I -iw?- f2i V .. .QF-f ' y 1 ,rv ' I , . 5 fb .2 .I ., 1. n .Y ,fm 52 Lf , ,,, il 4 f., Kg, 6 15 J' 4- '.a Q? 'P G 4. 01 gr' fl U' . v gn 3 :Ez -- Sf , . , 5 if do Va, ,-3' 'sp' 55' rf" -. 5' zz 2 3--E51 E 2 L-.L ' 'fc . V . 51,-V F551 gi. .5 1 Y.. F ' . ' I x dx -'W -'- f " ,, ., .00 P A QQ, S , 'Eff 'AAf WI H , "r 5 :ui I ,wx 5 ,K F '- . . I Q' . 2 fi 'K , ga A ' P ' -I X. A, 0 0 XEP' CHAIRMEN. Barbara Matuska, Carol Scholten, Irene Kalesnekoff, and Sue Markee. READY to go on-Irene Kalesnekoff., adjusts costume as Georgi Clxlebicki Cjoannaj talks to the Centurion. CAST. Kneeling: Karene Marshall CMSYIIIBD, Diane Devin CEstl1,erJ, Joyce Yatsak CSarahJ. At the couch: Demmis Hale CStepl1anosJ, Bob Turek CMarcellusD, Elaine Kavelaras CRl1odaJ, Joe Jones CSimon Peterj, and Bob Kane Cllemetriusl. ROBE OF THE GALILEAN was the first production of the newly created Speech department. Actors and also directors were selected from drama classes and drama organizations. lt was presented to freshman English classes as part of the new Curricular Theater project of the department. Primary objective of this effort is the cultural education of students through presentation of quality productions of plays that are educationally valuable. At a department reception on the stage, early in the fall, student speakers outlined plans for a series of productions for other English classes, for the Whole school, and also for the general public ' in the Harvey area. 41 Joseph CDan Plucinskil, one of the ANGELS, talks to Madame Parole fCar0l Sclxoltenj. CAST-Front: James Bachman CA1fredJ, Irene Kalesnekoff CMarie Louisej, Deanna Bolnick fEmilieJ. Rear: Ronald Weseloh Cjulesj, Dan Plucinski Cjosephl, Dennis Hale CFelixJ. - WSW" ' W' 'ZEHW H1 1m4Qin5EHmm1xw 3'mE5fff" H N m gsm- HW' 52? 'w ! ' , W t , - ' , v V MW, -,W Zu Wu., -uw m- H 42 The ANGELS. Dan Plucinski Cjosephl, James Bachman CAlfredD, Ronald Weseloh Cjulesl. CAST. Doug Klaviter CPauD and Bob Turek CI-Ienril. ,. wg-pgfx-vw YQ. V 5-gfw.s,,.s3i i..: 1 L N In the DUCOTEL home?-Irene Kalesnekoff CMarie Louisel, Robert Silzer CLieutenantJ, Deanna Bolnick and Dennis Hale CEmilie and Felix Ducotell. MY by Sam and Bella Spewack, was the play presented by the Speech and Theatre department of Thornton in November. The play was based on the original French comedy, "La Cuisine des Angesf, which was a great success in Paris for over two years. Miss Eleanore Szyrnanski directed the play and Mr. Glenn Schuermann assisted as the technical director. Other faculty and many students helped with production details. Fellx Ducotel ...................................................... Dennis Hale Emilie Ducotel ................... ........,... D eanna Bolnick Marie Louise Ducotel ......... ............. I rene Kalesnekoff Madame Parole .................. ............ C arol Scholten Joseph ........................... ........... D an Plucinski Alfred ............................ ........ J ames Bachman Henri Trochard ........... .............. R ohert Turek Paul ................................. ......... D ouglas Klaviter Lieutenant ........... ......... R ohert Silzer 43 . 1, ,hw ft , ' , , " I- F ' rfigj .-. - , 1 ' , ,J .!:"'- ' - 5 V ff ,555 'W , 'rim N- - . -3-N amy WARDROBE mistress, Judi' Moran, TECHNICIANS Dave Hanson Qmusic and sound effects? checks the costumes for L'Doctor in and Bill Cook Clightsj were indispensable. Spite of Himself ." MAKE-UP, coming or going, was fun-David Mussa, Joanne Bachar, Carol Scholten, Deanna Bolnick Cadjusting wigj. 44 New HOMEMAKING apartment gave an excellent chance to prac- tice serving and being served--Sandra Goletz, Pat Silski Cservingj, Cheryl Linker, Patricia Coryl. department course of study is divided into three sections. Homemaking I and ll teach cooking, sewing, and meal planning. In Homemaking Ill, girls encounter problems that would occur in typical home situations and are taught how to solve them. To the laboratories and classrooms there have been additional improvements since last year's extensive remodeling. The living and dining area of Room 221 has been redecorated, with walls painted and papered and new drapes and carpeting added. Contemporary furniture was purchased to go with the attractive new interior. Girls have enjoyed using it .for special projects. They liked showing it off when guests were invited to sample the cooking. That might he for an afternoon tea for mothers, a luncheon for some special visitors, or a dinner for the Board. They liked the appreciative comments they heard. MODERN equipment was important in the laboratory-Barbara Blount sets a tahleg Barbara Beattie puts in the muffins. DECORATING the Christmas tree-Otto Throw, Nancy Gibson, and Linda O'Bx'ien. Mr. Walter Armhruster DIRECTS the chorus at the annual Christmas concert. rdf'- :"".1i' 'M I' ' Z C. , . 4 p , Q 'N 46 ,I Ms. Y ' www 'wwwwwmwwww' 'i xwwww wl w .1 ' ww, Z W www ,.n...,,:g: . V . " ww . w ww ffl 1 4 www www - . , www www W .w,w,w.i.H:Y . w w' . . "'w"' 'wwmww 'w wwuwww ww fl "W ftsswh' www., 1fl':w..wwi.1. miwlwwlwww, '-.:"wws ' H' P DANCE GROUP at the concert-Karene Marshall, Debby Johnson, Jim Scott, Effie Oliver, Barbara Perry, Bonnie Dubey, Marilyn Lau, and Joan Licina Cfrontj. ww L2 W I ' wig W - . ww' iw 1, ' w - CHRISTMAS SEASON is always a happy time at Thornton. The Art department contributes colorful and unusual decorations to the halls and windows and showcases. This year's decorations ranged from modern mobiles to traditional stained glass window designs. There was a gaily decorated tree outside the courtyard. As always, there was the traditional Christmas concert. This season, to the choral numbers, were added one by the dance group, Orchesis, and another by the verse-speaking choir of the Speech department. Madrigal Singers were outstanding in their new outfits. The boys wore white tuxedos and the girls, cream brocade sheath dresses. Pere Noel appeared again in the French department puppet show and Girls Club welfare committee sold Christmas tags to raise money for their projects. Junior Red Cross collected toys for their Christmas stockings. H' www COFFEE AND--was an annual affair for the faculty. Miss Barmore Cpouringj, Dr. Logs- don, Mr. Renfrew, Mr. Dulgar Chostsj. French class put on a Christmas PUPPET SHOW. Pat Norris, Terry Dal Cason took parts. 47 W lar E? li - UT?- gg g T A HAPPY MOMENT-Joe Jones CLeandrej, Dennis Bucholz onteD, Arletha Reed CLucindeD, Joanne Bachar Qlaccfuelinej, and Michelle Redman, the maid. THE DOCTOR IN SPITE OF a three-act farce adapted from Moliere's comedy, was a new departure in Thorntc dramatics. A 17C play was quite different from the usual modern ones. The story is of a woodcutter who is thought to be a famous doctor. The complications arising are hilarious. The play was presented January 18 and 19 by the Speech and Drama department. Mrs. Helen Kalian, director, said that sixty tried out for the eight starring parts. Students strove to sell tickets for the Saurday show, to win the prize of dinner for two and tickets to "Sound of Musicf' Colorful costumes, excellent make-up and well- designed stage sets added to enthusiastic acting the necessary ingredients for the audience to have an entertaining evening. 48 A .1 m 'FQ-. . -ff CGer- ZANY COMEDY--Bob Turek as Sganorelle and Bill Mitchell as Lucas, the servant. v SGANORELLE takes a beating from the two servants, Valere CDavid Mussaj and Lucas CBill Mitchelll. I A MARTINE fCarol Scholtenl has her elle, Perrin fDennis Halej, Thibault revenge-Sganom CStephen Sachs, V' " W Z mr ' W N : ' . 2 H 49 Z , . H... is 1. .. 1,472-7i,a,. .-2.7! T?--7 ' rv my H 1 Q dn m ,X 'Q ' N tk fi, WM, H H sf- 1 X M ryan :Q X .sk I IJ is ' l I H 1' N Q .. Q N , 1. i N 1. 1 1 K -e .lx- X . if .XQ - is 1' H, ,. ,s Hsin V N -, W , . 1 if., i X M.C.'s were Bob Peal and Sue LaPointe. T V E MAY QUEEN COURT. F rout: J. Blooniquist, J. Morris, C. Cent. Row 2: C. Rumba, E. Kavelaras CMaid of Honorj D. Torrence CQueenJ, D. Virgil. Row 3: B. Helsly, V. Moser, H. Hoehel, N. Jack, S.. Painter. 'P - ' F L .4 ' 'f-1 '-: Lf Q " ,-- -""1j, , ' I ie " ,. U35 h .AAI 1 1 . f ? i r ' ' .N f , H xi V 5 , A, .I I? nv ,v m Y I , H '1 K fi C l., . gf ,,,.1 . r . '5' - V' If " :qw-1 A in , :ai U: L 5' 1 -A mc' '. . - K i 1 . .' 4 N ' S555 12 1 - e ef -1. ' ' s 1 J' . M '25, wmw'!.m..QQ... i .WW H.......5,Lw."ig:i iii. l' .. ,. ""7H,..'! S , f:g,:, -I. .. I! xi . x " U 1' -.- 11 1 .. . 1 .f 1 Q. -A , ' ' "f..Z.' 1 , l' .- I , , 'S .er Ts' 5'f fl ,1 Y, f 2 ,, 'A VI -. . 'E if if - ' J 5i'iV,"- .mi ,.. f 1 ' ' if '1 'bf' 1" - b C ' - ' ...Y i L 'V ' J E. gf L e sew. . ,r 3 ....., : Q 1 5' E ww H- w w H, .ii H., ,uri-1. - ,Z ig .fa A 2, F .- L V, If N' Q VJ- ,. W -1' .I ini 1 ww . i. A ' - r ' p M. . . '1 y ,L i as-9 .-W 3, it . 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Girls walked fellows to classes, carried their books, opened doors for them, andhelped them with their coats. Big event of the spring is first the announcing of the May Queen court at a club assembly and then naming of the queen and her maid of honor at the Mother-Daughter dinner. Members of the court are first elected by their classmates and then all the girls in school vote for queen and maid -of honor. Their announcement is the climax of the party. I I 4, .gffx-", ,' ' , ! ,r'Y...V,L . . :H .pl , .fu Y - J ,gfiii n W T fflf M-, W, ,, SWINCING on a star-Karen Johnson, Leif Christensen. DANCERS entertain-Jim Scott STAIRWAY to the Stars was a and Effie Oliver. major attraction for dancers. ,if THORNTON . . ORGANIZED DIVERSITY ILE Whether you study or play, it's fun to have some- body appreciate what you do. K.l.P. was good at that. They appreciated the football teams, the alumni, and TTHS student body all in one big Q R S C H happy Weekend known as Homecoming. A pep V Me 1 as ,f:?f'l513fM-f ' ir - te mf iw? E H., 1 H session, a parade, a game, an open house-all on Friday, November 27-and a dress-up dance to top off the Whole thing on Saturday took some doing. Since K.l.P. is al all-school organization, it was a sure thing that everybody would join to help everybody. HOIVIECOMINC COURT. Chris Cent, Fred Aprati, Elaine Kavelarns, Bill Guzaski, John McKihhen CKingJ, Donna Torrence CQueenD, Bob Mzmdernack, Sandy Painter, Glen Becker, Holly Hoehel. This was the climax of Homecoming weekend. i , i an i i o in i 'fa' T l tttt as it L i --VV J f' ' V Qi li E ,am Y , . ae , up 59" I 52 SINGER Doug Claviter was an entertainer. The SWING was background for Camera Club pictures-Tom Renner, Carole DeYoung. Holly Hoebel CONGRATULATES Donna Torrence as Glen Becker and John McKibl1en look on. Traditional DANCE of the King and Queen-Donna Torrence, John McKihben. PARADE award-Sue Dwyer, Barb Carlson Caccept- ing for CAAJ, and Sandy Zuithoff. Pierot and Pierelte were CENTER decorations- Leroy Brody., Barbara Freese, Carol Brintnall, and Howard Humhles. MC's at the dance-JoAnn Bargiel, Ken Wiegand , aff? A , Y l V ., ' , :MQ ,n . K I A M:-1 Gif. ,, FHA Y - Elf' irq. I in ' '- i, M- '5 1 .l it i lla! . 3 PJ wa- ' . ' X - 1 , ' . 'L ' x BME, - "1 l , 4 xl. ' ,, ' l T X L PEP CLUB float-Nancy Pavlak, Diane Devin. was '6Down Yonder," borrowed from that old-time favorite, 'cWay Down Yonder in New Orleans." At the pep assembly on Friday, hosted by Jean Edelhoefer, the Court of 1961 was named. Then everyone was off to the parade, after which Thornton met a sorrowful defeat by Lockport. The PX after the game, however, was as crowded as usual. With Saturday came the decorations and the Homecoming Ball. Dancers watched C.A.A. triumph when parade winners were announced. They took Best Float, Best Car, and Best All-around Entry. Second and third place :floats went to Senior Class and Purple X. Second place car was by Homeroom 133. Of the many marching units, TTHS Band was judged Best and Debate Club, Second Best. TRAMPOLINES were the busiest pieces of equipment at the KTP Gym 'Jam. GYM JAMS and FOOTBALL EXTRAS made Thornton weekends something special. Big crowds always came to the fall and spring gym jams sponsored by K.l.P. A11 the facilities of the gymnasium were open to TTHS students. There were volleyball, basketball, trampoline, swimming, ping pong, or the usual pastime of just standing around Watching. Purple X open house dances after all home games, basketball season as well as football, gave Thorntonites a place to let off steam. Hungry crowds had to be fed at football games, so Girls Club Refreshment Crew did their part, both as a service and as a money-maker. Mr. Lilleyis popcorn machine always got a workout. Cokes and coffee shifted popularity with the Weather. Homecoming crowd, pepped up by the afternoon's assembly and parade, kept the crew busy, both at the window and in the bleachers. 1 W rA.A 7,- V 'D Sw ' 142, g V -.Eff hu! 4'-CLP r...'.. new ,, 4 1 1' x - ,, 1 .,-w..,.'-..,,,. -D . - r., -- -4. .A .. . HJ X wx, ww wx! u Q J- h ,fl ww 2 1 1 M. A -f, WEA' RA' ",, ' 3 I "1 -rn, -f H-"' , - 11.4511-3!!qQS1G " -1-vfisfg --1, .. FW- , :, wb: - ' Q . A. , X' 'ff '- FT-3" '-'N' ' ' .1 . f . ,, sf, x 5 mx, , I-:," " - . x .n - B P' Af.-, J. x .IL , ' ' 1.. 1 f -'in I V , jg-Q Em Q- N I , ' 4 'I if 1' fi 'ig ilu, l if , Q l 1- E- X X1 .-af' , -V Q, f g ." -Q., , l' - U x- . , if f 1 il: ,L 'H .4 fi X F ,, . 'f 6' 4 1. -. -..f 'E ' ., lf 'ff' ' fd f " .wx . x - la. , 155. - , s. 151.15 f f.. 15. 'tv' .rq , up 1' - 'S . Wm-, N' fn, , x .,. L EZL hx 'Sf ,AS J- -41-- N, ff I xx, 'I .4 iw. swf! N Y 4?-.v sw ,, ,fn fr ' , I Q 1 ms S fi t 1, 'H 8 'whzfao' N 'U r , I ti W , ut V I r BOYS PHYSICAL EDUCATION y has grown tremendously at Thornton. State requirements that all students take four years of P.E. have been responsible. Two of the newest classes to he added are Weight Lifting and Restricted Gym. The former gives 5 students an extra choice of courses to take and the other offers a form of P.E. to boys who are injured or who have physical disabilities. Health units such as First Aid and Physical Fitness make boys aware of emergency measures as well as day to day health rules. Chairman of the department is Mr. Carl Mendenhall. There are thirteen faculty members in Boys P.E. They help keep Thornton boys in top physical condition. Some of them also coach interscholastic sports or help WEIGHTLLFTING was exceuem practice-Ken with intramurals. Brooks, toe-raiseg Randy Carlson, leg press. GYMNASTICS-Mr. Foe:-ch helps Joe Ladislas with the knee-hang position. Jim Blackburn tries the baseball throw in PHYSICAL FITNESS class as Mr. Carlson watches. 59 SWIM CLASS races were fun-Dale Class, Jean Snyder, Sue Chat, Sue Sachs. GIRLS PHYSICAL EDUCATION department has been busy this past year with both in-school classes and after-school activities. Girls Athletic Association sponsored a swim pageant in April. Colorful scenery and synchronized. swimming routines were highlights of the show. The annual Posture Contest was climaxed at the G.A.A. Tea after school on February 15. This year's contest had a variety of queens, one from each of the four classes, and an all-school queenchosen from among them. In-school classes followed the same general curriculum in effect for some time. Freshman girls had gym, while sophomores and juniors had their choice of rhythms, sports, and swimming. Senior' classes had individual sports like tennis, archery, bowling and trampoline.- They elected a table-tennis queen. 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Q 'ug '-.Q N x ' .' t-, , :Exe I x wqffzq' 2 ffff Q 5 wr ,zija qi' Q f 'V Vi 'V J .--- ' :fi l f A ' 'Q f' iz: - ' b Q Qff:, H f.1,, + fj"f,'z, any x s Kr: tg. v-1 , 2:4123 fx 5 ' A ig ':, '. , 'IL ff' K W - '- ww- ,Eff . xg SQ-D . D it ji V -. 1 ' s BOWLING AWARDS. Front: Sherry Koopman, Jean Kennedy. Rear: Sharon Jarog, Sharon Kaminski, Trudy Patterson. DAD-D banquet was a fun night when girls proved that '4lVly Heart Belongs to Daddy." Dinner in the cafeteria was followed by talks and skits in the auditorium. Since this was the first party for dads in two years, tickets sold rapidly and there was a Waiting list. Saturday, December 9, Was the date. Approximately 550 attended. G.A.A. POSTURE QUEENS were presented to their friends at a tea, February 15. Previously, gym classes had had an elimination contest to determine the four queens. Then they elected an all-school queen among the four, with identity not revealed until the party. Other G.A.A. awards were given also-big and little Tis and bowling cups. POSTURE QUEENS. Cheryl Goodwin., freshmang Beverly Marionneaux, sophomore and all-school queeng Paula Martch, juniorg and Barbara Foulks, senior queen. Ya.. mp- J 71, 42?-yur:-,.,.lA,VL V Z JV- V -Uqgxi-I, -5 ,r TF... -kj. H Jgg niwi-1:5 551 gfmi ' :E - ri . ' V i ,V . 4' si 'E-: multi will t i ,V si ' 4 i 'ttfi f 'V 1- . A -2 2,-.V 1 f - V 'l " 1 1 - , ' VV 'u V H41 ' ,Q . ., 1 , Q, 1 Y - -a A :li ,Atl E , V, -we L mi, i J.. H. M V-rt, V . .f All A s , 1 " U J, 1 L, 1 1 -. Lv Ir aw , ,I x. .rm qw U -Q, M X I ,,.l.g,, . I v HK if J N 1K.,, 4-P, f M I I f .ISIS-1 ' H -N .. ,su , 4 Ni' . H X if " t M-aisiamsa . 1, W 2 Page i A si 5- W 4 'll 3,-.Sf 515,51 X ' l -r s,,3E1i51'f.,. , V' 1Ji"""s'f + 'N ff- l pa fiiziii :fu Zuma. ' "' H' l,Tf.r,g-"-I-V, qv' -Q.: L9 '- Af V '- '-v f E. -" Y 1" V,', V' .. w 1'?'x1.V ' 4 'Ji l "SW-:fill E, ,Q , ajtw.. H, M L - l 4 Q' is t FJ W 4 4 Nfl J w ' 'vi Nl- ? 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MQ' . ., A ff 1 as we X, 'E f - ,Sf - lf " I, T1 3 I 'I LJ L.. i. - .1-. ,- 'D 7 1 Q 4 Q' 1. , 3- . iid t 1 4 A i A. 4.-. - '1'f'T3,v if ,, A 47 , g Lf' W , ,, 5 , K . ,""xfT- .. , 'r..- Y r N, La A-Jlxhvf,--V, - . 1 5 " K rpg-ii , V- 3. , A Y' ' few? W? " ' ' gg'-352, ' f ' ' f' 5 zfigjfgq-'i,.3-cgi V ' 'YY ss, . 1 - -:"'-,., A 1 .gi m,2,f'. . .' f 1 - br-any - - , , V --:I-:7.'Lf,,. ' - ,V . ' "'1 , :?6.,,'L.L, .-414 5 - Q1 Eff CDennis Halej, his sister CDearma Bolnickj, and the of WHERE THE CROSS IS MADE present a dramatic moment. climaxed the dramatic productions of the year. It involved a large cast, plenty of action, and excellent talent. It was the most ambitious production of a goodly list from the new Speech and Drama department. Because so many people were familiar with both the music and the story, the audience enjoyed the play all the more. Not so well known was the one-act play, Where the Cross I s M ade, but its impact on all the English classes who saw it was very strong. Girls Athletic Association presented their biennial revue in the April swim show, Tickets to Broadway. Colorful costumes, interesting swim routines, and an imaginative background interpreted a series of Broadway hit tunes from well-known shows. Boys Club, in their F ather-Son Stag, departed from the traditional tour of the shops to present wheelchair basketball, an event that was both dramatic and sporting. Dinner in the cafeteria preceded the game. Mr. Glenn Schuermann, director, explains to some of his SOUTH PACIFIC cast just how he wants it done. Girls in the "Hernando's Hideaway" nuinher of the G.A.A swim show, TICKETS TO BROADWAY, pause for zu picture 65 Organizations at Thornton are numerous. No matter what a studentis interest may be, he can find a club that is sponsoring it. Or if he can't, he can organize one. Radios, motion pictures, sports, welfare, and modern dance are only a few of the outside interests of Thornton students. Whether he prefers stretching his muscles, showing films, or rooting for the team, he can find someone who wants to join in the fun, 66 THOR TO ORGANIZED DIVERSITY Ei E1 xiii Q 'fx Q2 ei Z? Q! 31, 42 ORGANIZAT ION S DEPARTMENT CLUBS PAGE 80 GLEE CLUBS PAGE 96 db A D 7 ff KR? 1 lf SERVICE CLUBS . A ..... PAGE 68 BOARD. F ront: Fred Aprati, Dan Keller, Fred Harris. Row 2: Nancy Jack, Emerson Bouchard, ,lean Edelhofer. Row 3: Michele Thompson, Donna Torrencc, Lee Anderson, Sue Mason, Diane Kavelaras. Row 4: Dan Smith, .lohn McKibben, Bill Dorner. To promote Worthwhile student activities for the purpose of building democratic principles is the aim of K.I.P., Thorntonis student council. K.I.P. has two main groups in its organization. The executive hoard consists of twenty-three members who met every day during homeroom and first period in the K.I.P. of- fice. The forum, made up of a representative from each homeroom, met once a month. These groups were counselled hy their faculty adviser, Mr. Thomas Hanrahan. Last summer the elected officers attended the na- tional student council convention in Oklahoma City, the national workshop at Estes Park, Colorado, and the Illinois state Workshop at Eastern Illinois Uni- versity, Charleston. . At the student council convention hosted by Thornridge, Jean Edelhofer, a junior, was elected to the office of district corresponding secretary. 68 OFFICERS: Front: Mary .lane Celebucki, corres. sec'yg Mel Antler son, presidentj Carol Rumba, recording seciy. Row 2: Elaine Kaveluras 2nd vice-pres., Bill Guzaski, treasurerg Roberta Fritz, lst vice-pres. K.I.P. is all Thornton 1 Mm.. ,1,.,1 I , ' , Y' I"dA .5 V I G: 91:5 VLH in 41" , , 5 HUP! 5 ay is W4 aggw. x , y v , UV' 'V qi, ' , ' 4Q?"f ' "Z, Q -,z-. ,wh .'- Q E , , ...,, , .B . 1 L5 U, wikis? X-SAW K, ff- L M -ggi T ' Y QT AQ Q . , , ef,b-'1-qmv "1 I 19 41'--' - , N-,iz 1 s .NH ..!.,m", lg 3rxa'u,,g,f-xi' 4 -4- 1 4g-Q5 , -P". ,Q 1.1 1 , ,K Y- ,4, , - -..f . .M Js'1.4"" -'. 5' it Q. vgygaz-5 -J 'l 3.v'54l1F""'?i'?-fr, u 'W-' VF 'f' i ' ff it vi! ., , J 1 3" L, ' f ' 47'- wi ". 5, fic , : -. 'i' 1' 'H 'ff' gsgvq-4 ji--,gf di? :fr-I' H, L' - , A -. 'VNL52 .,,,,:L-.5.A,- ai?-A k' Qs, 4f Lx,-v. Big and busy are words to describe K.I.P. Their first project was Freshman Orientation Day, when incoming students were helped by friendly and sym- pathetic upper-classmen. The Calendar was published both as a service to students and as a money-maker. Biggest project was the Homecoming 'Weekend be- ginning Friday afternoon, October 28, with a pep assembly. A parade followed, complete with prizes. Saturday night brought the Homecoming ball, where the Queen and King were crowned. K.I.P. also sponsored two Gym Jams, Student Council Week, and the ever popular Student-Faculty Basketball game. K.I.P. projects were many and varied CHAIRMEN. F font: Phyllis Landry, Sue Ann Bayse. Row 2: Judy Bodonick, Diane Jeske, Pam Mann. LOST AND FOUND. Carole Graves, Armeatha Webster, Diana Hill. '22, gg' , .Q 1 'N xxx, CALENDAR. Nancy Jack, Diane Kavelaras. I PURPLE X. Franz: Linda Munson, Chris Cent, Judy Bloomquist, Janet Oryhon, Pat Weinstock, Ursula Olling, Pam Bennett. Row 2: Dorothy Rowe, Diane Kavelaras, Nancy Lynn, Shirley Sailors, Elaine Kavelaras, Marilyn Koneck, Mary Celebucki. Row 3: Carolyn Hala- giere, Lauren Noetzel, Janet Pala, Sheila Divekey, Sue Sachs, Sue Markee, Linda Hawkins, Carole Crosby, Sandy Painter. Row 4: Sue Ellis, Barb Schindler, John Godwin, Garry Marsh, Steve Whitlock, Art Rhodes, Thomas Crew, Fred Harris, Joellyn Morris. Row 5: Donelle Diggle, Shaun Propper, Kathy Graefen, Lynne Ferguson, Vicki Van Eck, Paula Martch, Carol Davis, Jean Edelhofer, Lois OFFICERS. F ront: Marilyn Koneck, secretary, Shirley Sailors, treas- urer. Row 2: Dennis Hale, chairman: Tom Eckert, lst v1ce-chairniang Homer Thomas, 2nd vice-chairman. Schroeder. Row 6: Georgi Chlebicki, Roberta Fritz, Jean Nelson, Vicki Moser, May Sundberg, Holly Hoebel, Lisl Peterson, Karen White, Kathy Krol, Barbara Helsly. Row 7: Bill Norby, Emerson Bouchard, Dan Smith, Peter Lunde, Leif Christensen, Bob Edwards, Ed Sumner, Pete Wasilkoff, Tom Eckert, Keith Anderson. Row 8: Dave Kolton, Ed Denson, Ken McMillan, Homer Thomas, Gary Koester, Bill Doster, Art Hillman, Claude Steele, Dennis Hale, Bob Labuda. Row 9: John Armstrong, William Smith, Russell Bukvva, Bill Guzaski, Rich Cunningham, Dennis Miller, Gary Halley, Dick Hough, Bob Mandernack, Dick Strahl, Bob Dahl. Purple X handled dances To promote good school spirit and provide recre- ation after home athletic games is the purpose of Purple X Committee. I PX sponsored eleven open houses this year, one in cooperation with Thornridge. The funds from these dances were used to finance an all-school assembly. Working in cooperation with K.l.P. in sponsoring a contest to decrease absenteeism was another service that the PX rendered. Purple X also worked along with other school clubs in the American Field Service program. In April the annual banquet was held to install new officers and initiate newly elected members. 71 sa .- -' - anna -- "':i,:1:f ','1i,gg,'sX nur: 'jg?Flj,- p A Q- U- f -- 1 '25 , T.. at f' -l-is -.:LL.-E. .N 5 . , ,. - L5 .J I , t:mvt,,.r.,1,t,..L..Iwr..4 , . ,W , - . Lg, 1 1,--1 l TW, xg? I : 4 4 ' if ' . - M t + f M li? .p ix 'Nuts ii ussg w 2 in M w , 1. T .- r t ! MAJOR OFFICERS. Front: Holley Hoebel, presidentg Sue Sachs, lst vice-presidentg Jean Nelson, secretary. Row 2: Rose Macunder, treasurerg Vicki Moser, 2nd vice presidentg Barb Helsly, speaker of council. BOARD. Front: Janet Duley, Becky Bruhn, Gloria Eckstrom, Joyce Yatsak, Mary Jane Celehucki. Row 2: Cynthia Shilling, Beverly Clavio, Linda Lyon, Renee Green, Karen Shemerdiak, Janet Pala, Lee Anderson., Alexis Groebe, Judy Bloomquist. . i C!l'fI..v, . Girls Club organization Twelve hundred girls can really keep the Girls Club busy. Social affairs included the traditional Fresh- man Stand-up, Dad-Daughter and Mother-Daughter banquets, a dance, and the Girls Club Conference in the spring at an area high school. Special recognition was given to outstanding girls at the Scholarship teas, on lnstallation Day, and in choosing a Senior Citizen. Under the guidance of Miss Helene Wilson and hard working chairmen, welfare projects were carried out. The club sponsored a Korean family, Kentucky schools, and CARE pack- ages and visited convalescent homes. Girls Club for three years has been sponsoring exchange students. ln 1959, Lina Bellosillo came from the Philippines, in 1960, Chris Bisjak came from Germany, and this year, Leif Christensen came from Denmark. Major officers meet several times Weekly, board bi-monthly, and council as called. 72 gave members a chance for plenty of aetivit DANCE COMMITTEE. Front: Nancy Groff, Margaret Siville, Julie Jacks. Row 2: Armeatha Webster, Lynn Ferguson, Marilyn Koneck, Jean Overtoom. Row 3: Jerri Schultz, Sue Ellis, Ellen Lotz, Sherrie de Vries, Kathy Bartosh, Carol McGuire, Sharon Burton, Margo Hopman. CHAIRMEN: Front: Judy Bloomquist, Big Sisters: Carol Thurman, Marshalsg Sandy Rhodes, Sheila Divekey, Ronmg Charlene Corrie, Welfare. Row 2: Sue Dwyer, Sui Kin Lug Beth Jurate, APCg Margo Hopman, Teag Irene Pala, Marshals, Liz Bice, Roomg Madlyne Rago, Janet Anderson, Welfare, Joan LaRue, CARE. Row 3: Carole STAND-UP CHAIRMEN. Front: Sue Ellis, Sue Sachs. Row 2: Janet Duley, Christine Cent, Lynne Ferguson, Anna Harrill, Lauren Noet- zel, Charlene Corrie, Sue Dwyer, Judy Bloomquist, Edna Funtall. Row 3: Barb Carlson, Gail Perkins, Joyce Anderson, Pat Thorstad, Barbara Wriglit, Renee Green, Karen Shemerdiak, Daryl Deverick. Flynn, APCg Lee Anderson, CAREg Betty Sella, Sui Kin Lug Gail i isters Vicki Van Eck Refreshment Crew Linda L on Perkins, B g S g , 5 y , JSA, Gloria Eckstrom, Barbara Wright, Welfare, Beverly Clavio, JSAQ Terri Bessinger, APC, Cynthia Shilling, Welfare. COUNCIL. Front: Ruth Orman, Sharyn Jaeobsma, Cheryl Hopper, Barb Helsly, Sherry Kosek, Kathy Graefen, Joellyn Morris, Lynda Runningen. Row 2: Esther Mullens, Joyce Armor, Carol Brintnall, Judy Munro, Sandy MCKeska, Irene Herron, Lois De Young, Margo Belt, Carole Anderson, Marsha XValler, Carol Stern. Row 3: Carole Stark, Carol Erickson, Patricia Ochoa, Judy Krachey, Maureen Jes- sen, Sandy Geschke, Janet Oryhon, Laura Verkinder, Lauren Wine- brenner, Hazelene Kellock. Row 4: Laurel Rasplica, Dale Glass, Diane Mulawka, Barbara Thompson, Gloria Buss, Karen Chrzastow- ski, Anna Harrill, Donna McGuire, Daryl Deverick, Mary Griffin, Barbara Carlson, Karen Patrick. Row 5: Linda Faller, Judy Peer- BIG SISTERS. Front: Jean Nelson, Gail Perkins, Judy Bloomquist, Holly Hoebel. Row 2: Joyce Armor, Armeatha Webster, Linda Haw- kins, Sharon Jarog, Chris Cent. Row 3: Barb Carlson, Sandy Geschke, Liz Bice, Barbara Taylor, Edna Funtall, Anna Harrill. Row 4: Carol Erickson, Edjuana Roberts, Irene Pala, Sandy Painter, Ellen Lotz. Row 5: Nancy Groff, Marilyn Koneck, Beverly Clavio, Sue Markee, Sheila DivekeY, .loan La Rue, Beth Jurate. Row 6: Sue Ellis, Shirley Sailors, May Sundherg, Rose Maeancler, Barb Helsly, Margo Hopman. Row 7: Vicki Van Eck, Ka J h R G Sl K ren o nson, enee reen, ierry osek, Karon Burk, Georgi Chlebicki, Sue Sachs, Judy Peerbolte. . - . J bolte, Phyllis Caldwell, Linda Hastings, Sandra Schwartzkopf, Sandy Rhodes, Judy Turek, Patricia Flood, Terri Bessinger, Charlene Cor- rie, Beth Jurate, Paula Eytcheson, Sherry Bonnema. Row 6: Linda Olson, Joan Shaw, Edjuana Roberts, Michelle Redmon, Janet Wheat- ley, Marie Weiss, Sue Langhoff, Marilyn Koneck, Lorraine Marine- witz, Linda Blanchard, Rosemary Pucik, Sandy Painter, Carol Mc- Guire. Row 7: Vicki Van Eck, Gail Spangler, Cheryl Geschke, Barb Deress, Rosemary Philpot, Judy Philpot, Linda Kooyenga, Margaret Dow, Jane McGeatli, Gloria Slolarz, Dianne Liptok, Laurie Lewis, Linda Maka. WELFARE CHAIRMEN. Gloria Eckstrom, Cynthia Shilling, Madlyne Rage, Barhata Wright, Sue Dwyer. 4 Q l I W Er' 'Q' SCHOLARSHIP AWARDS. Front: Sue Langhoff, 3 semesters of Ag Beverly Bourkard, 41 semesters. Row 2: Janet Oryhon, Ioan Larson, 3 semesters. Row 3: Shirley Sailors, 6 semesters, Lisl Peterson, Karen Johnson, chairmen. J- 'atv LOYALTY DAY. Front: Kathy Panichi, Myrna Tienstra, Christine Schippits. Row 2: Melodye Kirk, Betty Billings, Nancy Muehring. Row 3: Marilyn Pomp Cchairmanl, Pat O'Brien, Michelene Spens. Girls Club projects combined work and fun DAD-DAUGHTER DINNER. F rontv: Phyllis Landry, Sue Rauen, .ludy Turek, Michelene Spens. Row 2: Pat Weinstock, Janet Oryhon, Barbara Bowes, Ann Kirkeeng, Donna Torrence. Row 3: Carole Stark, Barbara Taylor, Elizabeth Pond, Carol Bac, Sue Langhoff, Sandy Reich, Sheila Divekey. AMERICAN FIELD SERVICE. Front: Leif Christensen, exchange student from Denmark, Sandy Johnson, chairman. Row 2: Becky Bruhn, chairmang Vicki Moser, American Abroad to Austria, summer 1961. h r l y 75 BUS, HALL GUARDS. Front: Ed Panozzo, James Gillmore, Bob Szlaius, Glenn Stone, Mike Craig, Victor Lindsay, William Van- derbok, Lester Riddle, Jerry McCormick. Row 2: John Callahan, Russ Dudeck, Joseph Michalesko, Gerald Van Drunen, Gary Barker, Larry Kern, Howard Humbles, Bob Johnson, Rich Weise, Cliff Haw- kins, Matt Lojas, Ronald Pacyga. Raw 3: Tom Severs, Rich Maher, Garry Marsh, Jim Metro, Pete Wasilkoff, Frank Petkus, Richard Gavel, Kenneth Fadke, Ken Wiegand, Doug Shearer, John Bane, Alan Clements. Row 4: Harold Stephens, Robert Hudson, Paul Leleu, Bill Staat, George Babich, Denny Fillippo, Clarence Simmons, Homer Thomas, James Cade, Bob Jackson, Don Masterson, Eddie Gwiazda, Ron Denson. Row 5: Todd Downing, Stephen Smith, Ray Liston, Wally Liszka, Tom Davis, Bud Letke, Ken Vallow, Tom Vallow, -David Blake, Morris Johnson, Vernis Mims. Row 6: Don Millsap, Tom Koelling, Arnold Zweifel, Bob Labuda, Herman Lewis, John Bentley, Henry De Bose, Joseph Warnell, Melvin Tellis, Barney Eilers, Mike Leake, Willie Pruitt, Wayne Kneelancl, Claude Steele. Row 7: Roger Johnson, Don Cravens, Thomas Webster, Larry Mueh- ring, Bob Mandernack, Melville King, Bill Beauchamp, Bob Harrison, Jim Swiatek, Dave Kolton, Jim Massick, Gary Koester, Terry Dal Cason, Gary Michor, .Herman Christopher. Row 8: Tom La-Vorene, Craig Maxwell, Ronald Davison, Harry Fabie, Bill Sliepka, Claude Baker, Russell Bukwa, Joseph Ryktarczyk, Paul Rozek, John Decker, Terry Borys, Winston Bowman, Edwin Hlavatovich, Frank Jerz, Bob Anderson, Michael Van Milligan. Boys Club sponsored Hall Guard Organization BOYS CLUB BOARD. F font: Homer Thomas, boardg Gary Koester, lst vice-president, Bob Mandernack, president, Cliff Hawkins, secre- taryg Jim Swiatek, treasurer. Row 2: Todd Downing, Joe Warnell, Russell Bukwa, Howard Humbles, Bob Covert, 'Victor Lindsay, board. or. wt," U, ' W... tiiifu, " H W',f"w - 5 1. gg u H m H m W.. H N TI ' 5531? E?" ' m H mm H . H 1 H ,- - W: M, g'u,"' Boys Club was formed to assist every boy at Thorn- ton to get the most profit and pleasure from his high school life. Under the direction of Mr. Mel De- Grafi, dean of boys, and Mr. Robert Anderson, as- sistant dean, the board meets monthly. This year boys enjoyed the Father-Son Stag and the Mother-Son Banquet. They helped sponsor the all-school play, '4My Three Angels," and they pro- moted a play-nite for club representatives. A basket- ball game featuring the "Gizz Kids," following the Stag, was open to the public. Two other club projects are the Hall Guards and Bus Guards. Ninety-five boys keep the halls free from distracting noises during class periods, check lockers, assist visitors, and maintain order on the busses. Outstanding guards are named to an Honor Guard each year and their names are added to a plaque hung in the Boys Club office. BOYS CLUB REPRESENTATIVES. Front: Bill Gary, Ed Panozzo, Mike Scholefield, Jim Wilkerson, Victor Lindsay, Bob Jackson, Bob France, John D'Orazio, William Taylor, Dan Fielding. Row 2: Dave McChristie, Gregory Ray, Clyde Wells, James Rogers, Earl Smith, Ronnie Wilson, Mike McClarence, Gary Barker, Larry McCulloch, David Craft, Charles Spencer, Kevin Witt, Torn Severs. Row 3: Reginald Parker, Joseph Zaksas, Don Osberg, Bob Johnson, Harry Fredrick, Herman Kirkpatrick, Bill I-letler, Jim Blackburn, Terry Carr, General Jolmson. Row 4: Dan Osika, Bob Turek, Douglas Terandy, Arnold Grzybowski, John Brazley, Glenn Heitmann, Alan Leonas, Victor Jackson, Sam Belmonti, Homer Thomas, Joe Garbacz, Jeff Whitaker. Row 5: Tom Davis, Melvin Strong, Doug Shearer, Ken HALLGUARD CAPTAINS. Front: Morris Johnson, per. 2, Russell Bukwa, Commander-in-chief: Terry Dal Cason, per. 7. Row 2: Don Cravens, per. 65 Glenn Becker, per. lg Jim Massiek, per 5: Dennis Slusser, per. 4: Arnold Zweifel, per. 3. Wiegand, Jerome Jordan, Bob Moorhead, Allen Romba, Bob Griffith, Jim LePore, Wally Olczak, Dan Lafierty, Mike Cravens, Clif Camp, Dan Overtoom. Row 6: Jim Rains, Pat Brewer, John Rice, Michael Hayes, Cammie McDaniel, Bob Caproni, Jim Lynn, Bill Myers, Dick Cooley, Tom Pfeil, Barney Eilers, Don Cravens, Vernon Coleman, Dave Blake. Row 7: Joe Jones, Warren Stiegman, Tom Perkowski, John Bentley, Gabe Dunlap, Mike Leake, Don Millsap, Philip Krick, Meryl Ayers, William Vanderbok, Alan Vanderaa, Vernis Mims. Row 8: Bill Peters, George Rissmiller, Paul Anderson, Craig Maxwell, Ralph Niemann, Jerry Shawl, Alan Schutz, Jack White, Robert- Brad- shaw, John Olsen, Gary Halley, Dave Kolton, Dick Strahl, Roger Eagan, Russell Bukwa. 77 i V . F . N f .ff 15 fa V wf - I . f MN ,X 111 ,K nf v 1 I X 1 . , gy. .1 L' Fr . M SR ae: vw ,M ,F rw 5 1i.fg,,ffw:!2gEEE:. b - Fgf 1-if--.SWN-' -N 5 di. H.. .,..m..m..M 1 1 ffwlf 5 ' it -i'5wi3I::!l'?LarQ1'1L1'.-'-' 1 W3 1 . 1... -,.Q. ggi: M.. 'V I .Qi J. 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Row 2: Journalism students, fifteen in numher, worked first period, before and after school, and during free periods to meet the ever pressing deadlines of The Thorntonite newspaper. Table and chairs, replacing desks, were new equip- ment in room 108, the classroom adjoining the news- paper office. In the office itself, spacious new cubliy holes replaced the small worn-out pigeon holes to provide more space for staff members to store per- sonal items. One of the thirty issues of The Thorntonite was a six-page, three-color Christmas edition, now a tradi- Tom llenner, sports, photography: Pamm Hellrnann, departments Georgi Chlebicki, pictures, exchanges: Gary Halley, photography. Newspaper added equipment STAFF. Front: Becky Bruhn, editor-in-chief. Row 2: Deanna Bolnick, business manager: Mike Jerding, editor-in-chief. tion at TTHS. The staff relaxed at a Christmas party at Mr. O1- son's home and at a June picnic at the Dunes. STAFF. Front: Sherry Kosek, features. Row 2: Carol Maczka, news: Karen Johnson, news. 79 1 w r f LATIN COUNCIL. Front : James Laughlin, Bob Dahl, Mary Jane Cele- hucki. Row 2: .l on Shemerdiak, Wally Liszka. Row 3: Scott Hunter. Whether it be French, German, Spanish, or Latin, Tl1ornton's foreign language students were active this year in class and after school. German students held a program in each class once a month, went caroling at Christmas, took part in the National German Contest at the University of Chicago, and corresponded with students in Germany. Spanish students saw a doll exhibit with authentic costumes and watched the movie uDon Quixote? ln the Christmas pinata two lucky students drew tickets to downtown shows. Through the use of skits and programs presented in class, French students increased their fluency. They gained valuable background through maps and displays. Latin students conducted their once-a-month meet- ings as the Romans did, with consuls, pro-consuls, and scribes. They sang Christmas carols in Latin, and toured museums on Latin Day. 80 Four language councils GERMAN COUNCIL. Ellen Young, Donna Virgil, Dennis Hale, Tom Redvay, Shirley Sailors. SPANISH COUNCIL. F rant: Kathy Panichi, John Gavin, Sue Rauen. Row 2: Marcus Richardson, Wayne Turner, Tom Simac. Row 3: 2-flictoria Suggs, Carol Davis, Ollie Holmes, Bob Johnson, Michael ayes. SPANISH DOLL exhibit-Holly Hoebel explaining. stimulated interest in foreign countries FRENCH COUNCIL. Front: Cynthia Jankowski, Janet Duley, Lor- raine Sammons, Terry Rutherford, Margo Hopman, Jim Grant, Madlyne Rago. Row 2: Pat Norris, Linda O'B1'ien, Donna Galloway, Paula Rottmayer, Darryl Stiemxan, Lisl Peterson, Irene Kalesnekoff, Carolyn Grotenhuis, Pam Bennett, Renee Green, Amelia Jones, Terry Dal Cason, Diane Kavelaras, Fred Harris. 81 ffices needed helpers Helpers have been busy this year. Class Principals' Assistants acted as receptionists, helped with clerical work, handled tardy passes, and ran errands for the principals. Rental Library Assistants, under the direction of the main library, assisted teachers in checking out books for their English classes, kept records, and processed new books. They also earned points to- ward their Girls Club T-pins. A Handling secretarial and receptionist duties for the Industrial Education department were the assist- ants under the direction of Mr. Roberts. Social Studies Assistants helped with clerical work and acted as hostesses for many activities. . Under the direction of Miss Oppelt, the Bookstore Assistants sold books and supplies to students, checked the register, delivered orders, unpacked and priced texts, and took inventory. RENTAL LIBRARY ASSISTANTS. Front: Patricia Ray, Bonnie Norton. Row 2: Billie Cantrell, Maryanne Carlson, Annie Yarbrough. Row 3: Ffssie Lloyd, Norrie Gordon. Row 4: Karen Chrzastowski. BOOKSTORE ASSISTANTS. Carole Severs, Bud Callender, Mary Grotenhuis, Margaret Oppelt, Douglas Oppelt. I ' C 'ii-Y Y l A is ,tix Y in JI., Z 1 V Y A Q4-:., . 'n .MQ if ATTENDANCE DESK. Sue Stockman, Mrs. Bertha Mae Van Etten. INDUSTRIAL EDUCATION ASSISTANTS. Front Desk: Ellen Lotz, SOCIAL STUDIES ASSISTANTS Front Deanna Bolnick Pam Gail Smith. Inner office: Mr. Harmon Roberts, Pam Mann. Bennett Row 2 Lorna Propes Karen Johnson Sandy McKeska tudent assistants served in man places COUNSELORS' ASSISTANTS. Front: Gail Perkins, Lois Lohse, Anna Harrill, Renee Green, Terri Bessinger, Carol Brintnall. Row 2: Jean Nelson, Barb Helsly, Mary Griffin, Sue Sachs, Armeatha Web- ster, Lynn Barron, Joyce Yatsak, Carole Flynn, Carol Parkes, Marilyn Van Etten. Row 3: Linda Lyon, Sue Stockman, Pat Cameron, Sharyn Jacohsma, Evelyn Dunnam, Beverly Danielwicz, Vicki Moser, Beverly o Department clubs added practice to class theories -4.4- DISTRIBUTIVE EDUCATION CLUB. Front: Jerry Shearer, presi- dentg Curt Hahn, treasurer. Row 2: Sherry Viehweg, secretaryg Dave McCh1-istie, vice-president. 5 A-V CAPTAINS. Lester Riddle, Jim Bor- TIS, George Elmos, Dick Kurz, Jack Vest, Don Langenherg, Charles Gaines. CHEMISTRY CLUB. Robert Parker, vice-president: Rosemarie La Banca, secretary-treasurerg Norman Warns, president. l x P ORCHESIS. F rant: Carol Smaga, secretaryg Barbara Bowes, produc- tion coordinator. Row 2: Nancy Mohr, publicity: Marilyn Lau, treas- urerg Karene Marshall, president: Lee Anderson, v-p. fabsentl. Projectionist Society provides audio-visual equip- ment for teachers and gives training in equipment operation. Directed by Mr. Blake Reed, the group is responsible for processing and scheduling over four- teen hundred films per year. Distributive Education Club sponsored a dance, '6Wonderland by Night," in December. Purpose of D.E. is to provide training experience in distribution and in human relations. Mr. Williams is the sponsor. Chemistry Club gives students an opportunity to develop special interests in chemistry. Student teams presented lecture demonstrations on advanced topics in chemistry. Faculty adviser is Mr. Fred W. Ring. Harvey Hoofcrs provide entertainment at social events. "Flip My Wig" was their dance number for Homecoming. Mr. Norman Lahti trains them. Orchesis offers students an opportunity for creative dance. The group took part in the Christmas pro- gram. Mrs. Laura Lyle was sponsor. HARVEY HOOFERS. Front: Pat Weinstock, Head Hoofer. Row 2: Jo Ann Bargiel, Mary Jo Noah, Darlene Belmore. Row 3: Marilyn Freese, Roberta Stroh, Michelene Spens, Nancy Mohr. 1, cy! ' l - 1 . l n i 5.-...ell S5 Through clubs students supplemented classroom interests YOUTH FOR CHRIST CLUB. Jeannette Stoeger, treasurerg Rose- mary Philpot, president, Darryl Stiegman, vice-presidentg .Iudy Phil- pot, corresponding secretaryg Linda Kooyenga, recording secretary. 86 PEP CLUB. Front: Nancy Pavlak, vice-p1'es.g Kathy Graefen, presi- dentg Sue Snyder, secretaryg .lean Edelhofer, treasurer. Row 2: May Sundberg, Mary Tilton, ,Ioyce Anderson, Linda Munro, Linda Mun- son, Carol Davis, Lois Schroeder, Diane Kavelaras, board. Social Studies Club, sponsored by Mr. Miller and Mr. Caster, held a model United Nations meeting at Bloom. The club planned a spring field trip, a mock U.N. meeting at Thornton, and programs on jazz. Pep Club, sponsored by Miss Higgins, is the back- bone of school spirit at games. They have sponsored a pep assembly, promoted special buses to games, and opened checkrooms at home games. Youth for Christ Club is non-denominational. Re- ligion in daily life is studied and applied by YFC members. Leadership training is stressed by the faculty adviser, Mrs. Baltrusch. SOCIAL STUDIES CLUB. Front: Pam Bennett, presidentg Gay Goodwin, secretary. Row 2: Efrosine Kanellakes, treasurer: Ronald Henning, vice-president. i X s CAMERA CLUB. Front: Paul Flaherty, treasurer. Row 2: Gary Hal- COIN CLUB. Bill Swoger president Ralph Thornton treasurer ley, vice-presidentg Claude Baker, presidentg Linda O'Brien, secre- Pamm Hellmann, secretary Stephen Sachs vice president tary. Coin Club is for students interested in coin collecting as a hobby. Mr. Eller, sponsor, supervises their coin auctions. Camera Club, sponsored by Mr. John Jenkins, helps students 'gby clo- ing the mechanics of photography." Club members took pictures for both the News Bureau and The Thorntonite newspaper, Diversified Occupations provides vocational guidance for junior and senior boys and girls. Students earned wages, received vocational training, and earned school credit. Mr. William Fowler was sponsor. DIVERSIFIED OCCUPATIONS. Front: Ann Towns, Sharon Gau- Heimlich, Bruce Carter Philip Steele Row 3 Larry Pataki Steven lager, Linda Martin, Mr. William Fowler, sponsor. Row 2: Daniel Gramenz, Jack Webb, Robert Davis Roger Sutton Tim Vallow Lon Bissonnette, Don Sebock, Richard Rinearson, Chuck Hedke, Tom Larson. JUNIOR RED CROSS. Trudy Patterson, treasurer, Nancy Wilkins, secretaryg Bonnie Crawford, president. Welfare efforts Vied with future occupations in PERIGON CLUB. Robert Reeves, treasurer, Bill Guzawski, vice president, Ed Sumner, president, Lauralee Learmouth, secretary. BIOLOGY CLUB. Janice Yates, vice-president and program chairmang Carole Crosby, president, Jane Lowe, secretaryg Nancy Garrison, treasurer. ,,.4- r , 'A N m E, -. , .:wi2.: 1 - -'E 't 1 :Q 11115 ,. 1 1 5 2 , I ff RADIO CLUB. Ted Shapas president Mike Cox vice president Paul Warnaar, secretary Donald Lenkszus treasurer FUTURE TEACHERS OF AMERICA encourages interested students to enter the field of teaching. On the list of activities this year, besides weekly meetings, were a field trip for College Day at lllinois State Normal Uni- versity, an E.T.A. conference at Thornridge, and field trips to the University of Illinois and to Wheaton College. For money-making, members sold purple and White helium-filled balloons at Hornecming. As a school service, they sold tickets for the play "The Doctor in Spite of Himself." FUTURE TEACHERS. Se ted Margaret S1V1llC Barbar Kuta boardg Judy Bloomquist vicgpresident Nancy Groff secretaly Row 2: Valerie Stepek, board Becky Bruhn president Dorothy Stephen son, board. Junior Red' Cross strives to be of service to the school, the underprivileged, the city, and veterans in hospitals. They gave Thanksgiving parties-in-a-box to hospitalized veterans and Christmas stockings, filled with toys, to families of servicemen. Biology Club Works to advance knowledge in bi- ology. Each member had his own projects. As a group they earned money for a one hundred dollar scholar- ship for a needy senior going to college. To raise money, they sold popcorn at P.X.'s. Perigon Club seeks to further interest in mathe- matics among club members. This year they partici- pated in a mathematics contest and sponsored a visit- ing lecturer for a math assembly. Thornton and Thornridge have a joint Radio Club to develop their hobby and their interest in elec- tronics. Three boys have been trained as ham oper- ators by learning the code. A Field Day in the spring is included in their activity. I KEY CLUB. Front: Bob Johnson, secretaryg Dave Kolton, 1st vice- presidentg Arnold Zweifel, president. Row 2: Michael Matuska, Bill Doster, board, 'Bob Labuda, treasurerg Bill Peters, 2nd vice-presi- dentg ,lim Massick, board. Key Club, a service organization sponsored by Ki- wanis International, used their candy sale profits to enlarge their scholarship fund. The Bermuda Hop was their annual social event. Liberets try to acquaint students with library services. Awards are given for outstanding work done during the year. T hespians is an honor theater group that Works on all major productions. They put on junior and senior curricular plays and they visit legitimate the- aters in Chicago. Play Chairmen are chosen to head the program, publicity, ticket sales, stage, lighting, sound, make- up, costumes, and property committees. Thornton's Debate Club was very active this year. They attended tournaments at Southern lllinois Uni- versity, Evanston Township High School, and the University of Illinois. They were on the WBBM television show, "Rebuttal" Topic for debate this year was "Resolved: That the federal government should equalize educational opportunities by means of grants to the states for public and secondary education." Drama and Service clubs offered many outlets LIBERETS. Front: Linda Mitchell, Gail Spangler, Judy Gilbert, Carol Parkes, Karen Sanford, Diana Cohoon. Row 2: Earl Smith, Russell Juleen, Larry Banasiak, John Newherg, Melvin Bell, Steve Pala, Percy Duckworth, David Naylor. Row 3: Mrs. Barbara Naylor, Faith Lacy, Tony Carr, Ronald Kalish, Dan Lafferty, Bill Bytnar, Suzanne Armstrong, Mrs. Betty Rose. Row 4: Patti Casey, Ronald Henning, Lori Munter, Priscilla Harris, Cheryl Gibson, Myrna Tien- stra, Mary James, Barbara Miller, Marsha Payne. Row 5: Cheryl Thomas, .lo-Anne Luzar, Rosemarie Swietlik, Sandy Van Laningham, Margie Varner, Effie Oliver, Mary Bates, Dianne Capolillo, Margaret Dow. Row 6: Patricia Ustian, Mary McKeska, Paula Taylor, Pat Crabtree, Carol Krol, Betty Jones, Joan Shaw, Carol Geib, Linda Ping, Maxine Winebrenner. 90 bra: FOOTLIGHTERS. Karen Sanford, presidentg Bob Turek, vice-presidentg Carol Scholten, scriptorian. PROP ROOM. Bob Turek, Carol Scholten, Steve Whitlock. wr? W. ' T' w't"TEif2g'sEfi, .-.rg -W DEBATE CLUB. Bill Mitchell, vice-presidentg Efrosine Kanellakes, secretary 5 James Bachman, treasurerg Robert Silzer, director of pub- lic relationsg Terry Abels, president. THESPIANS. Karen Sanford, Carol Romba, Carol Scholten, Kathy Bartosh, Steve Whitlock, Bob Turek, Irene Kalesnekoff. u- 1 1 i ' if F 1 ' " ' ' ' ' gfx H .3 I ,lu ' ' - 7' U" D - 4 'C 31:25 uv:-:W q-w'.-- emi 45 ,gi , "'V?E:g-iv? if A-f-M v f'.iX Y, JA mg .- - A . 1-4-'ii' 4 ,AAAS ' Jw fax? 5 W' 'H A" Ti ' f' X' 'f'f'T?f TT 4. ' M--L gf WDQHE ' 1' 1 'Fi li' QQ. Piimgkd "f1'H:f,i'i-fifvnl L 1 'F ' 7' gf' ,fi'lVb :Pj ,I U Y V :IW V -"uf 1 37?gL.4Ls:gg A -F . Fw ' I E F1 A I H ,jf I f"',iv haf! Y ff Xl ' A . 'B' A . .-'4i1ff?' , 5- A. I: gui 1 l . L 'ii 3 E. j ' ' "" "" "ff tm' """"' jk lifii 'nxhr ' q Vg I Q' W ,. 'H ' lf, X 5 gl - ' we ,N . N sf' ' . 1 ' "" A E - . " ' L eQ:QQ'm"' Ubin" ,iff i E314 F" f ..A ,. 4 .,, Z ' J ' 1, Wikia' PM jf-gs f gg , X , - .gi ' gf Q W I H ' ,F'T' " ' JM A ':i7'Ti5LE1.e lNi'a."i"' 'f w 'F f? L fi L 1 1 1 1, - , . s ,Av ,, PSLWEI, w 1 I . , , QM- kmgf2,,. QE , 'I ' 7 STRING CHOIR. Front: Marilyn Lucas, Sandra Boyle, Jackie Sid- dens, Margaret Hofimeyer. Row 2: Jim Poyezdala, Merry Minas, Jean Amherg, Margie Saplis, Marilyn Massoth, Jane Klaviter. Row 3: Linda Weidermaii, Marilyn Freese, Faith Lacy, Lewis Swanson Philip Krick, John Petrusek. Dances, assemblies needed music String Choir, directed by Miss Charlotte Chambers, meets during homeroom period daily, as a build-up for Thornton's orchestra. Percussion section of the band provided most of the sound effects for special numbers. As a part of both the Concert and Marching bands, the group played at all functions. T horntoneers, Thorntonis dance band, provides music for Purple X open house dances after all home games. Mr. Lyle Hopkins is director. This group Went to Millikin University in Decatur, on November 18, to present a jazz concert for Downbeat Magazine. They took part in a stage hand contest at Homewood- Flossmoor High School and were in the Chicagoland Stage Band contest at Oaklawn. They met for practice on Tuesday evenings from 7:30 to 9:30 in the band room. Many Thorntoneers have received scholarships from the Band Parents Association and some of these boys have attended the Stan Kenton Clinic at Michigan State. SHOWBOAT SEVEN. Jim Dawson, Wayne Dekens, Fred Muller, Ken Brooks, Del J ennings, Charles Bacon, Dennis Hale. 93 Y , BAND OFFICERS. Front: Mr. Lyle Hopkins, directorg Ken Brooks , treasurer. Row 2: Christine Cent, presideutg Lynn Ferguson, vice- presldentg Michelene Spens, secretary. Varsity Bancfs specialty was parades. They con- tributed Veterans Day, Memorial Day, Fire Pre- vention Week, and Halloween parades for the community plus Homecoming parade for school. They marched at football games. Concert Band was a separate unit but many stu- dents played in both. Junior Varsity Band was a training hand for the other two. J. V. BAND. Front: Kenneth Wfliitted, David Craft, Bonni Duhey, Row 2: Judy Surprenant, Judith Gouwens, Joyce Pekny, Catherine Jones, Mavis Blake, Kathy Fascia, Ruth Carlson, Carlotta Spears, Sharon Wheeler. Row 3: Gwendolyn Jackson, Judy Ephraim, Sherry Hasemann, Danny Savage, Dave Vetterick, Bruce McEwan, Mike Murphy, Virginia Singleton, Billy Schulz, Larry Goodman. Row 4: . .l-.r. T" -1- .Egg-E .ag,.fg.i, Y ,fi , ,I 4, ' ' . ,Ad . :L " .4 Bands served both school and community Sheryl Corcoran, Alice Finlay, Anita Austin, Patricia Lands, .lim Schooler, Sharon Lofberg, Brenda Swarens, Linda Baron, Bill Nyberg, Dan Mussa, Charles Gordon. Row 5: Robert Penn, Tyrone Coleman, Bill Hanus, Wfilliam Taylor, Ron Bonneau, Dave Blake, Ken Bod- deker, Greg Landowski, lVillis Cole, Joe Licina. , , --S, 1Ax.,'. Vg s 'S' ' 0 NTD 17' A .AMMO MARCHING BAND. Front: Clarence Simmons, Bonnie Dubey, Pam Joyner, John D'Orazio, Bill Goodwin, John Rice, Dennis Hale, Phil Knight, Chris Cent, Terry Rutherford, Carole Stark, Gert Barker, Connie Liestman. Row 2: Cheryl Mack, Sue Lehocky, Carol Boyer, Carol Danielson, Sue Sherry, Mich Spens, Sue Sachs, Jim Dawson, Tim Frazek, Janean Buckmaster, Sue Street, Glenn Heitman, Arthur Reblitz, Mary Pond. Row 3: Louise Coburn, Greg Stirn, Larry Mulder, Virginia Singleton, Carol Schwantner, Carol Atkinson, Jim Saplis, Ralph Vlfhipple, Bob Jones, Tom Learmoulh, Ann Fyler, Bernard Williams, Julie Locke, Betty'Dahlberg, John Withgott. Row 4: Jim CONCERT BAND included many of the same students as Varsity. Schooler, Pat Lands, J errilee Johnson, Diane J eske, Marcelle Wilkens, Cheiyl Ten Hoven, Pat Lang, John Burleson, Gene McCain, Barh Schindler, Cheryl Goodwin, Rich Robinson, Phil Jarosz, Bill Pawlak, Jane Fyler, Mary Swanherg. Row 5: Jim Rogers, Ed Swanson, Ron Selle, Tom Reynolds, Ken Brooks, Keith Buell, Dennis Spivey, Greg Landowski, Les Burgess, David Mussa, Tom Pfiel, Bill Hanus, Bar- bara Knight, Sandy Zuithoff, Lynn F erguson, Sue Kutscher. Raw 6: Bruce Klimek, Pat Ivers, Ken Boddeker, Delbert Jennings, Wayne Dekens, Jim Withgott, John Moravek. I or QQRN7- Aw :cf 'if 5145, e arf' Q ali?-U 95 .-ia M Gfiw mi . viii ' Vigim A '1 9 L- we f Yf EF x, ,.,x F AT Tri! .N ily "- vm H A , V. In A K+ 3- 551 , 5, LQ, -G ' -ff M Q 4 as 47- EF 5 new 59 f W ' , qu, Q I wg? uklwf 6 ' . W W 'f" IE? - mfg, W :if 'W gg E " wi if 'Q' -P H. Q' 1 ia 4 ',, fqww 2' x ' g A G -' - QP 3 W Q 3 'ef' 'Y 'H' W 5 Q 'E' ef 5 "' Q' 4 'ff' w L ' 3 35- L M 2? -'I iw ,A X . gh 33' , . 'fl ., ' ' sf? V f "" "' M 5, .. Si: 7. GIRLS CHOIR. Front: Marjorie Staples, Candace Mott, Linda Has- tings, Susan Dempsey, Barbara Freese, Mary Gillmore, Jo Ann Kniaz. Row 2: Fran Gengo, Jade Noah, Donna Parks, Sue Kutscher, Mary Swanberg, Christine Bibbins, Sharon Mosel, Barbara Garczyn- ski. Row 3: Carol Bultman, Pat Grzybowski, Carole Parks, Barbara Robinson, Barbara Klaeren, Carol Bac, JoAnn Noah Cheryl Gibson, T 1 t v - P, .' F 1. ' 1 f Q Judi Mazurek. Row 4: Madeline Hammonds, Dorothy Stephenson, Eileen Banks, Joanne Bachar, Carol Boyer, Carol Johnson, Elaine Riggins, Sharon Crawford, Connie Miller. Row 5: Sandy Van Laning- ham, Candy Thornton, Terry Thema, Judy Backlin, Carol Girken, Carol Dahlberg, Karen Anderson, Cheryl Geschke, Judy Gilbert, Nancy Riddle. Singing groups- attracted much student interest INTERMEDIATE CHOIR. Front: Carol Smaga, Brenda Swarens, Mishel Sanders, Crystal Wolf, Phyllis Landry, Barbara Malvin, Mau- reen J essen, Geraldine Stewart, Sharon Ippel, Judy Swearengin, Alexis Groebe. Row 2: Barbara Jackson, Sue Mason, Linda Malvin, La Vonna Mitchell, Velma Suttles, Betty Jones, Lily Jaunich, Sharon Miller, Jean Roberts, Margo Belt. Row 3: Cheryl Mack, Carol Hein, Nancy Lynn, Carol Chapman, Ann Fyler, Carol Lynch, Sandy John- son, Linda Stuart, Vicky Kosek, Sandra Schwartzkopf, Alice Lam- bert. Row 4: Linda Ping, Diane Lee, Nancy Mohr, Kathy Kohl, Elaine Wells, Linda Frahm, Becky Bruhn, Jean Nelson, Nancy Nagin, Barbara Patrick, Lynne F erguson. Row 5: Charles Armington, Tom Price, Jack Fattig, Craig Barnes, Johnny Borden, Barry Hayes, Oliver Allison, Melvin Konsoer, Terry Doran, Paul Rowe, John Lanham. Row 6: Keith Buell, Vernon Hill, Douglas Walters, Gene Cherry, Gary Wyngarden, Glenn Stone, Ronald Weseloh, Terry Stahr, Keith Watkins, David: Vander Veen, John Moravek. lg ' 1' " 'N " 1- .ri gb ' -. K, 5' 7' f ' ' g . Y f 'f ' 1 'y 'X egg? x -, - ' ., :A haf nz ' 1' W . if 1,1 L: M , 'L 2, -""fe- ., ' - w ' r fr' e 2 . is ' ' it - ' V ---i Yr' -i gf, V ,if A jg - -Y L ' ,547 I 55 fi" ,L-3-L' F sf.: if' lg i Q e .f t '13ef'L1kEiitu-. l '1 , 2 Y N Y I W V -,th ,Y V in Eli. V, -Ns Y N - 4 ,ff 'J ,M f . 1 r - Q rr-Z. Jrryg-..,f5., fr,-'M gsm. 4. H- 1 -A fl N r 'ra'-.H r fszs . Ks rr r rr H .. , KV,-,V .gf-,135 1. 5 , , N ,Z W?-Sw A 1 4 4- T Lg Q 55, 1 '51, " Q X I Q 'Leary' , 1 x'. ' ' - . ' 'C.. ,- ' ' , "4-A 7 'Ja ' rr L 'vigrx 'Jil ,H " rrrrinfif-. rr 54' sf 1' il NE -f rift I x by W at D - "hr ' 1 H V is' ,gf ,Q i Y Q .-ig V, 1 Y g - . ,, ' Ir, I - "-C T . ll. , , J: .. 1 F A, ', ,I ' 'A T tu - ,1,f,,1'-th, fs... MADRIGAL SINGERS. Front: Lauren Noetzel, Sue Markee, Irene Ron Johnson, Bob White, Doug Klaviter, Russel Bukwa, Todd Down- Kalesnekoff, Carol Thurman, Sharon Oldaker. Row 2: Don Sweeney Klefs, under the direction of Miss Cochrane, isa specially chosen group from the mixed choirs. Madri- gal Singers, directed by Mr. Armbruster, is also a special group. Both choruses entertained civic groups, sang in the Christmas concert, Spring Festival, and in contests. KLEFS. Lois Van Dommelen, Florence Rogers, Dorothy Rowe, Lora McKinney, Julie Jacks, Carol Chapman, Diane St. Pierre, Nancy Lynn, Paula Martcli, Judy Jackson, Holly Hoehel, Rose Macander, 9 ing, Glenn Beardsley. Boy Clee Club, with Mr. Armbruster directing, numbered about thirty-five. Girls Clee Cluband the four sections of the Freshman Girls Glee Club were directed by Miss Thompson. From these choruses the more advanced singing groups were chosen. All were in the Spring Festival. Vicki Van Eck, Terry Rutherford, Ursula Olling, Nancy Garrison, Connie Fulmer. ,E +. ., - gif I 'I' A r , J N 1 l, C - 6. 1 i 1 A Q GIRLS GLEE CLUB. F font: Eva Slaughter, Sharon Sweeney, Sherry Parker, Marilyn Massoth, Roberta Bibbins, Yolanda Harris, Chris Nieckula, Movelle De Skeete. Row 2: Bonnie Rateree, Harriet Long, Susan Shorts, Marilyn Freese, Mary Acquaviva, Constance Ellison, Armeatha. Webster. Row 3: Cheryl Linker, Arletha Reed, Sandra Boyle, Judy Roe, Linda O'Brien, Rebecca Ortiz, Linda Whitlock, Claudia Craemer. Row 4: Kathy J ack, Nancy Muehring, Chloe Young, Sue Rehberg, Jane Klaviter, Carlotta Spears, Karen Podgorski, Ruth Carlson, Linda Baron. Row 5: Marie Plazewski, Erna Taylor, Bar- bara Mager, Alice Haddon, Alice Santeford, Evelynn Ross, Pat Sauch, Bertha Palmer, Kathy Macander, Andrea Coppock. Row 6: Carolyn Sterling, Beverlee Walton, Pat Murray, Madie J efferson, Regina Pacholik, Pat Samos, .Janice Witt, Judy Philpot, Lillie Kowls, Sandra Lee. Special groups added to Thornton prestige BOYS GLEE CLUB. Front: Doug Stark, Donald Bonke, Leonard lin, Dennis Reeder, Scott Joseph, Ronald Baker, Dave Zmuda. Row 4: Webster, Otto Throw, Charles Gordon. Row 2: Kevin Witt, Richard Hal Wolf, Jim Poyezdala, Lawrence Hodapp, Nathaniel Humes, Rob- Jones, Durnell Williams, Lewis Sage, Fred Malito, Thomas Dantzler. ert Neu, Don Varnadoe, Fred Moosreiner, Frank Piekarski, James Row 3: Ewing Foulks, Danny May, Reginald Watkins, Robert Frank- Rogers. I i l FRESHMAN GIRLS GLEE CLUB, Sec. 1. Front: Joyce Mathews, Sandra Falica, Gwendolyn Holder, Maureen Mudore, Barbara Olm- stead, Carol Wfilliams, Marlene Walkmsr, Debbie Scivally, Mary Pond. Row 2: Pat Sims, Nancy Busch, Sherrie Quain, Evelyn Watkins, Janet Wheatley, Carole Emmons, Margaret Hoffmeyer. Row 3: Gail Turner, Carole Varnadoe, Lydia Ellis, Roberta Miller, Carole Kulig, .Janice Visser, Jane Ciambrone, Karen Chrzastowski. Row 4: Merry Minas, FRESHMAN GIRLS GLEE CLUB, Sec. 2. Front: Nancy Phillips, Shirley Farlow, JoAnn VVilliams, Bonnie Kovnat, Ruthee Robles, Bar- bara Blount, Anna Van Pelt. Row 2: Pam Davis, Karen Mandelco, Lena Cause, Patricia Goryl, Nancy Dornhecker, Pamela Kellogg, Bonnie Dorner. Row 3: Deborah Johnson, Georgia Seyl, Joyce Craw- ford, Nancy Kaenel, Marilyn Lucas, Patricia Lands, Claudette Daniels. 1...rJl....hat . J -1, Joyce Schockley, Karen Davis, Emma Krocker, Charlotte Mehorczyk, Patricia Hula, Pam Ruff, Sharon Abbot. Row 5: Barbara Thompson, Judy Munro, Lucy Maugano, Michelle Redman, Linda Blanchard, Rosie Chmielewski, Betty Meadows, Sharon Johnson, Barbara Bos- graaf. Row 6: Debby Bell, Jean DeBose, Betty Pittman, Gwendolyn Gray, Gloria Buss, Marie Weiss, Susan Pfeiffer, Margaret Cassidy, Donna McGuire, Kathy Black. Row 4: Pat Stewart, Marsha Hinkle, Carol Steele, Marilyn Mech, Carol Gorlewski, Andrea Boswell, Judy Murk, Ina Hitchcock. Row 5: Debra Landis, Carol Larkin, Mary Karwacki, Janice Clark, Pat Silski, Carol Jay, Laurie Badis, Shirley Edison, llflrgaret Barfield, Mavis Blake. 100 FRESHMAN GIRLS GLEE CLUB, Sec. 3. Front: Phyllis Somkovic, Mary Johnson, Linda Hall, Evelyn Morris, Marsha Waller. Row 2: Saundra Mackins, Cherie Staat, Janet Reita, Barbara Redmore, Jac- quelyn Naddy, Wanda Denson, Mardell Gholson. Row 3: Theresa Wilson, Anita Austin, Corrinne Long, Catherine Jones, Eileen Hick- inbotham, Beverly Watkins, Judy Adamson. Row 4: Nancy Bosgraaf, Marlynn Olsen, Ednarina Blake, Carol McGehee, Sheroyl Renager, Linda Manzi, Rosie Jones, Carol Puckett. Freshman irls filled four sections FRESI-IMAN GIRLS GLEE CLUB, Sec. 4. Front: Teresa Maslanka, Martina DeVoto, Catherine Lomax, Nancy Lane, Linda Hazecamp, Shirley Marsh, Bonnie Mirich. Row 2: Virginia Petrarca, Sharon Davis, Margie Saplis, Kathy Knaap, Carol Lindskog, Susan Hale, Candice Alterie, Janet Bittner. Row 3: Linda Buss, Anita Sanders, Jacqueline Woods, Jacqueline George, Paula Minuth, Patricia Stal- cup, Connie Mishler, Beverly Creach. Row 4: Gwen Wardell, Rose Hernadez, Janis Olsen, Yvonne Sams, Carol Coppenger, Barbara Meisner, Audrey Baitty, Leontine Mathews. Row 5: Debra Slaughter, Laurelle Grant, Ceceil Hunter, Susan Ehlert, Betty Billings, Barbara Jordan, Paulette Talaga, Beverly White, Helen Overs. All work and no play would make Thornton a dull school! However, with almost every sport represented somewhere on the list, there is not much worry about TTHS growing dull. Of course, boys make the headlines in the sports world, but that doesn' t mean that girls areni t interested, not by any means. Girls participate not only in their gym classes, but also after school in G.A.A. activities. 102 THORNTO ORGANIZED DIVERSITY QM iv' 1 . 199379 Saw XyV1 111 .J ATHLETICS FALL SPORTS ...... PAGE 106 WINTER SPORTS ...... PAGE 114 JOY at Thornton when the game was going good . . . F1321 became GLOOM at Thornton when the boys were losing. 104 liked going to games. They liked football games with big crowds, their special friends, and plenty of excitement on the field. They liked to munch popcorn, to drink cokes, and to watch the half-time entertainment. They were proud of their cheerleaders and the band. They liked those fast-moving basketball games with close scores so they could yell themselves hoarse and chew their fingernails down to the quick. Pep meetings, parades, thrills, and tears were all part and parcel of sports at Thornton. Less spectacular sports like wrestling and swimming had their share of loyal supporters. Intramurals attracted hundreds of boys and girls to be active in sports as well as spectators. They too drew their share of Thornton fans and earned their share of letters and awards and publicity. Band maneuvers gave to the MAJORETTES a chance to perform CHEERLEADERS trained and worked as hard as the players. LETTERMEN'S CLUB. Seated: ,lim Wilkerson, treasurerg Glenn Weaver, 2nd vice-president. Standing: Joseph Warnell, sergeant-at' arms, Henry DeBose, secretaryg John McKibben, lst vice-president: Glenn Becker, president. Although Thornton's 1961 football season was not so successful as last year's, the boys played hard and with a good fighting spirit. Varsity had an off and on season, finally coming out in the win column with a 5-4+ margin, but not enough to make a good showing in the league. Injuries plagued the Varsity, taking fullback Henry DeBose and quarterback Glenn Becker, but five made the South Suburban All-Star team. They were co- captain Glenn Becker, plus Leroy Jackson, Glenn Weaver, I oe Warnell, and Ted Flournoy. Sophomores, led by Vernis Mims, captured third place in the league. This year's squad will furnish next year's varsity with many fine players, such as Mims, J im Capolillo, Robert Jackson, and Bob Covert. Players from the Junior Varsity rotated with the varsity to gain skill and mobility. They ended with a 2-1 record for the season. Although the Freshmen had five losses to one win, they gained experience for next year. Football record showed an off and on season COFFEE BREAK. Clockwise: Coaches Ted Czech, Bob Blaha, Dick Foerch, Frank Bauman, Joe Keane. . . . ,, Q sf, , 1 ,EM T152 vs: 1 ' .Y VARSITY. Ted Flournoy, 26, cuts to the right to avoid Waukegan tackler while I oe Warnell throws a key block on l1is opponent. Thornton's freshman team had a dismal season, Winning only one game, losing five. After bowing to Kankakee, 21-12, and to hard-playing Joliet, 20-O, Thornton dropped its third league encounter in a row to Thornridge, 12-0. Thorntonis mighty little team fought back hard to clobber Argo, 27-0, only to be beaten by Blue Island, 14-6, and Lockport, 18-12. ln spite of the season record, coaches Ted Czech and Dick Bruno considered the entire squad of sixty-three as having a terrific amount of potential. Outstanding players of the season were co-captains Pat Brewer and -Lewis Swanson, halfback Greg Pardee, guard Bob Swietlik, and end Wally Olczak. Thornton's junior varsity football team blanked Joliet, 20-Og beat Argo, 48-195 and lost to Kankakee, 13-7, for an overall mark of 2-1. Frank Bauman and Bill Purden coached. SOPHOMORES. Mike Leake, 33, makes a block on Waukegan as ,lim Capolillo, 23, is ready to help his teammate. VARSITY FOOTBALL. Front: Don Cravens, Denny Fillippo, John McKibben, Glenn Becker, Fred Aprati, Joe Warnell, Teddy Flournoy, Cliff Hawkins, Morris Johnson, Erv Bratcher. Row 2: Burton Patrick, Barry Thomas, Tom Berry, Larry Muellring, Bob Mandcrnack, Glenn Weaver, Willy Randle El, Henry DeBose, Leroy Jackson, Richard Cubalchini, Paul Congo. Row 3: Bill Peters, Dave Kolton, Charles Joliff, Jim LePore, Bob Szlaius, Wally Liszka, Walter' Kowulczyk, Bill Doster, Barney Eilers, Julius Martin, Jerry Grippando,.Douglas Holloway, Warren Stiegman. Row 4: Vernell White, Mike Cooley, Ed Jeske, Robert Czarniecki, Gary Michor, Robert Piel, Tom Jones, Jim Swiatek, Mike Craig, Jim Gillmore, Ed Dunne, Tom Webster, Dave Blake. Varsity lands a fifth place in league standing With players like Glenn Becker, Ted Flournoy, Leroy Jackson, Glenn Weaver, and Joe Warnell, it's a Wonder that Thornton's Varsity football season Wasn't more successful. The squads came through with a 5-4 record to finish the season in fifth place in the South Suburban League. The Bloom game highlighted the season as the Wildcats, led by mighty Joe Wal'HCll, trounced the Trojans, 27-21. All the players named above made the SSL All-Star team. Ted Flournoy Was named most valuable player. Coaching the varsity were T. B. l-luddlestun and Bob Blaha. Seven juniors deserving of recognition were Bill Doster, Barney Eilers, Morris Johnson, Dave Kolton, Burton Patrick, and Jim Swiatek. Wilalkits, trained by Joe Keane and Barney Benedetto, finished the season with a 5-3-1 record. The team scored a total of 199 points. Thornton shut out Thornridge, 4-2-0, Bloom, 32-Og and KKK, 33-Og but lost to Blue Island, 6-0. At homecoming, Lockport and Thornton tied at 111-- 14-. Leading TTHS to a 5-3-1 record were Vernis Mims, Jim Capolillo, Robert Jackson, James Grant, Robert Covert, and Jack White. 108 HN Q"-M: K, WE? QL' X f, fx 91. '- s 'b H- U 1 Sill i 12.2 I V.. gi 0 kii I En 1 J, X S5 W J' 4. . it 5 ,. xx'-I Zh - 1 , -. 2 'MVK - ,I -num- .bcv 5904? SOPHOMORES. F font: Reginald Parker, Jim Capolillo, Tom Perkowski, Ken Lee, Robert Black- mon, Larry Partin, Don Smith. Row 2: Coach Joseph Keane, Arthur Taylor, Gary Rainey, .lack Gates, James Cox, Jim Harroun, Vemis Mims, Ray Sims, Coach Willie Brown. Row 3: Paul Rozek, Stephen Goodwin, Jerry Sparger, Bob Covert, Edward Wilkens, Robert McMorris, Robert Brad- shaw, Jack White, Mike Leake. Row 4: Roger Burgoyne, Paul Owens, Lawrence Cole, Jack Sutton, Jack Davis, Tom Koelling, Bob Jackson, Tom Simac, Leroy Brody. Sophomores did better, took third place. It took two KKK tacklers to stop hurricane DeBose from gaining yardage in last game of the season. 1 Thornton VARSITY SCORES Thornton ..... .................. 1 3 Waukegan . Thornton .......... 1 3 Elgin ............. Thornton .......... 12 Joliet ............. Thornton .......... 20 Thornridge Thornton .......... 7 Argo ............. Thornton ........., 28 Blue Island Thornton ...... 7 Lockport .... Thornton .......... 27 Bloom ......,.. Thornton .......... 1 3 Kankakee .... SOPHOMORES Thornton .......... 13 Waukegan . Thornton ...... 7 Elgin ............. Thornton .......... 20 J oliet ............. Thornton .......... 42 Thornridge Argo ............. FRESHMEN. Front: Andrew Bukowski, Phil Pettice, Herman Kirk- patrick, Melvin Konsoer, Larry McCulloch, Larry Seiner, William Mear, Bill Fillippo. Row 2: Coach Benedetto, Kenneth Carlson, Wally Dunne, Gregory Pardee, Mike Murphy, John Madderom, Mike Schole- field, Cobbie Huff, Don Baer, Alfred Howard. Row 3: Coach Czech, Don Overtoom, Augie Jurek, George Saxton, Bob France, Bob Had- dix, Bob Carlson, Bob Swietlik, ,lohn Swedler, Bill Miller, Gregory Krygowski, Jesse Bridges, Coach Bruno. Ro-zu 4: David Vander Veen Danny Savage, Dan Lafferty, Jerry Nabors, Lewis Swanson, Jerry Richardson, Phil Krick, Jerry Diehl, Pat Brewer, Darrell Murphy Wally Olczak, Isaac Cole, Kip Nygren, Mike Bisberg. Row 5: Elliott C-assaway, Jim Leib, Keith Erickson, Bill Hemphill, Clif Camp, Bill Coston, Fred Moosreiner, Tom Steele, Bob Neu, Bill Tompkins, Rod ney Burns, Allen Rolnba, Bob Moorhead. Freshmen were cellar dwellers. Thornton Blue Island Thornton Lockport .... Thornton Bloom ......... Thornton Kankakee .... FRESHMAN SCORES Thornton Kankakee ...... ......... 2 l Thornton Joliet ............. Thornton Thornridge Thornton Argo ,,,,,,.,.,,.,,.,,,. .,,,, Thornton Blue Island Thornton Lockport ..,,.., . ,..,,,, , JUNIOR VARSITY Thornton ...... .................... 2 0 Joliet ............ Thornton ...... ..... 7 Kankakee .,,,,,, ,,,,,,,. Thornton ...... .,,,,,,,, 4 8 Argo ,.,,,,,,,, Bob Covert avoids a Kankakee tackler during the sophomore game. CHEERLEADERS. Front: Nancy Jack, Sheila Eagan, Joellyn Morris, Joan McCulloch, liorna Propes, Roberta Stroll. Row 2: Pat Weinstock, Ellen Ketterson, Robena Fritz, Karen Meister, Carolyn Halagiere, Sue Basye. GAME USHERS. F font: Robert Hoekstra, Ron Fraker, George Elmos, Mike Ryan. Row 2: J. D. Jenkins, Vincent Radice, Frank Petkus, Jim Krol, Bruce Nicholson. Row 3: Dick Kurz, Ken Val- low, Herbert Cooper, Leroy Stahr, James Cauley, Fred Silski. 112 CO-ED GYMNASTICS CLUB. Front: Ron Varner, Lee Dye, Ralph Whipple, David Abshire, Drew Jessen. Row 2: Miss Fredrickson, Bill Gregory, Sue Dwyer, Joan La Rue, Nancy Schlueter, Nancy Lane, Georgia Dennis, Walter Stein, Mr. Foerch. Row 3: Susan Shorts, Sue Chat, Pat lvens, Karen Shemerdiak, Sherry Kosey, Karen White, Judy Eaden, Maxine Rizzuti, Kitty Johnson, Mary Griffin, Dale Glass. Row 4: Andy Babiarz, Garry Marsh, Dan Grigsby, Greg La Pointe, Jerry Sparger, Ron Schultz, Jerry Struffert, Michael Saska, Don Overtoom, Mike Atkinson. Sports events needed service groups MAJORETTES. Carol Flores, Pat Towns, Janet Oryhon, Janice Janocha, Gloria Konkol, Lynn Fascia. Senior John McKibben thrills the crowd with one of his wellvknown lay-up shots. Jim Mttssick loses Fractional North man with the aid of Bob Covert. Coach Purden and John McKib- ben accept the Regional award. Thornton basketball teams were again victorious this season. Varsity squad captured South Suburban League honors as well as Blue Island Regional and Harvey Sectional crowns before losing to York in the Sweet Sixteen super-sectional at East Aurora. F rosh-Soph squad had a fine over-all mark of 17-2 this year, losing only to Joliet and East Aurora. Junior Varsity contributed its players to the var- sity lineup most of the time. Among those substituted were Bill Kamphenkel, Hank Robinson, ,lim Harris, Dan Smith, and Charles Jolliff. Freshman basketball ended with an ll-9 record. The boys lost most of their games in the first of the season but came back later to beat those teams which had been victorious over them before. Basketball tourneys McKibben holds the Sectional trophy as his teammates yell for joy. 6'Thornton heat Bloomlu Yes, this year the Wild- cats "Twisted the Trojans" twice and 6'Plucked the Falcons" three times-once to win the Blue lsland Regional. Cats came hack in the second half of con- ference play to avenge an earlier loss to .loliet by winning, 71-58. Lockport's Porters were the only other team to uCan the Cats," which they managed twice. ln their last game, Wildcats c'Krashed the Kaysv in the only overtime, to win sole possession of the SSL championship. t After taking the regional title, the Cats made Thornton's tenth bid for the state crown. ln the cham- pionship sectional game, they were at their best de- fensively. This win afforded Thornton a spot in the "Sweet Sixteen," the state tournament. After getting the rebound, Clark seeks a pass receiver. Bdb Covert avoids a KKK player as he tries to get the ball to Clark. climax season for Thornton team and fans 115 Muehring shows his dribbling technique to set up fast break. Reuben Poinzlexter goes up for -rebound and struggles for possession of the ball. Despite an 8-6 Win-loss record midway through their games, Thorntonis Varsity basketball squad turned out a fine season. Teamwork made the difference during the second half as Thornton went on to win eleven more games while losing only two. Senior Leon Clark, 6-6 center, backed by seniors John lVlcKibben, Jim Massick, Reuben Poindexter, and sophomore Bob Covert, set the all-time scoring mark at Thornton-l,335. Poindexter, McKibben, and Clark made the All-South Suburban area team. The latter, a candidate for all-state honors, also made the All-Northern Illinois team. Clark was also selected Player of the Year by the Chicago Sun Times. Then the team selected him as Most Valuable Player. Co- captains for the Wildcats were McKibben and Poindexter. Games: Thornton 57, E. Aurora 615 TH 78, Argo 315 TH 40, LaGrange 425 TH 51, B. l. 425 TH 51, W. Chicago 565 TH 65, Bloom 505 TH 78, Decatur 485 TH 36, Lockport 465 TH 50, Joliet 555 TH 52, Thornridge 475 TH 60, Freeport 425 TH 62, KKK 585 TH 68, Argo 465 TH 81, B. 1. 595 TH 69, Bloom 515 TH 50, Lockport 57, TH 71, Joliet 585 TH 39, Thornridge 365 TH 45, KKK 41 fovertimel Holiday Doubleheaders: TH 62, Homewood-Floss moor 435 TH 53, Rich 61. Regional Tournament: TH 55, T.F. North 385 TH 53, B. 1. 515 TH 66, Thornriclge 48. Sectional Tournament: TH 61, St. Patrick of KKK 415 TH 78, Morton West 60. Super-sectional: TH 63, York 84. League Record: 11-3. Season: 19-8. Varsity tops league, regional, and sectional games VARSITY, JV BASKETBALL. F ront:' Larry Muehring, Rueben Poi H k K h B 11 Sl Pka dexter, Paul Bentley, Leon Clark, Jim Massick, Oliver Carter, Jol R 3 Co c D McK1hben. Row 2: Terry Borys fmanagerl , Bob Covert, Charles Hal tl C l T H l l Bob Jackson and Paul Owens in fast breaks Sophomore squad Won its third conference cham- pionship in five seasons. Bob Jackson was selected captain, while Ray Elmore and Vernis Mims led the team in scoring, and LeRoy Brody and Emerson Bouchard led on defense. Season's scores: Thornton 48, E. Aurora 51, TH 45, Argo 41g TH 57, LaGrange 48, TH 48, B. 1. 31, TH 55, W. Chicago 443 TH 43, Bloom 405 TH 66, Lockport 253 TH 29, Joliet 34, TH 39, Thornridge 35, TH 38, KKK 27, TH 69, Argo 30, TH 48, B. 1. 33g TH 37, Bloom 34, TH 60, Lockport 51, TH 53, Joliet 443 TH 41, Thornridge 29, TH 44, KKK 36. Overall mark: 17-2. Season record 13-1. during F -S, Joliet game. ll o o Sophomores take conference c amplonshlp SOPHOMORES- F t: T V . W s V . ' M' ls, Ray Elmore, Boudreau, Coach Bob Anderson. Row John Oliver, Bill Hardlannert, Bob Jackson, LeRoyk0Brody?nB1neZon g1IJuClI?.ITf11IFPHl1lf Owens. Row 2: Robert' McMorris, Mel Bonner, Ed W1lkens, Bob Burns, Leslle Peter- William Fink, Robert Blackmon, John Rice, Tom Koelling, Lou sou, Hiram Anderson, Alan Vanderaa. 118 Tis-if 'N- Freshman ball team resembled Varsity, coming hack strong the second half of season play to win seven games and lose six. Vic Jackson was selected Most Valuable Player hy his teammates, and he led the team in scoring totals. Honorary captain Dave Deliuiter was second in scoring. Todd Gammill and Meryl Ayers led in rebounding. Season scores: Thorn- ton 37, Argo 44, TH 42, B. l. 40, TH 31, Bloom 36, TH 35, Homewood 433 TH 38, KKK 45, TH 35, Argo 303 TH 49, B. l. 37, TH 63, Bloom 35, TH 50, Lockport 55, TH 42, Thornridge 34, TH 59, KKK 41. Freshman overall mark was ll-9 and their sea- son record Was 7-6. Bob Jackson prepares to shoot while Vernis Mims stretches for the rebound. Freshmen do well second half of season FRESHMEN. Front: Lee Cole, Shelly Jordan, Bill Hemphill, Larry Seiner, Fred Dennis. Row 2: Melvin Konsoer, Donnie Randle El, I on Shemerdiak, Victor Jackson, Bill Coston, Allen Romba, George Sax- ton, Herman Kirkpatrick. Row 3: Coach Don Williams, Phil Krick, Todd Gammill, Jim Thompson, Jerry Dodson, Wally Frernouw, Dave DeRuiter, Coach Willie Brown. Row 4: Tyrone Coleman, Kenneth Whitted, Steve Nelson, Bill Gray, Tom Pfeil, Tom Pietraszek, Meryl Ayers, Harry Hall. QRNT 119 Varsity wrestlers defeated Schurz, 39-135 Bloom, 4-3-75 Evergreen Park, 30-125 Thorn- ridge, 22-135 Thornton Fractional South, 22- 185 Kankakee, 40-135 and Argo, 31-20. They lost to Blue Island, 24-225 Oak Lawn, 36-14-5 Lockport, 28-205 Rich, 25-225 Joliet, 30-125 New Trier, 26-165 and Lyons, 26-17. F rosh-Soph wrestlers defeated Schurz, 38-185 Bloom, 43-135 Evergreen Park, 31-155 Lock- port, 33-215 Thornridge, 40-85 Fractional South, 37-135 Kankakee, 51-35 La Grange, 24--215 and Argo, 36-8. They lost to Blue Island, 29-195 Oak Lawn, 26-235 Rich East, 31-195 Joliet, 34-125 and New Trier, 29-19. Both wrestling teams have fair seasons FROSH-SOPH SQUAD. Front: Guillermo Flynn, Hiram Wooden, James Cole, Clifford Danzy, Dave Cotton, Reginald Parker, Mick McClarence, Charles Gordon. Row 2: Jack Sutton, Keith Erickson, Clif Campy Eldridge Hawkins, Calvin Hodges, Gary Rainey, Harry Frederick, Ray Sims, Danny Savage. Raw 3: Jerome Kasprzak, Roger Bowman, David Vander Veen, Bruce Klimek, Robert Bradshaw, Mike Burr, Darrell Murphy, Willis Cole, Gregory Ray, Ronald Coleman. -293 , s as , M o fe .5 WW ,mmf Sill? 120 Cliff Hawkins lifts opponent to set him off balance in attempt to bring him down for a pin. Wfrestling squad does sit-ups for warm-up exercises preceding each match. Row 4: Andrew Bukowski, Tom Moran, Kipley Whitted, Bruce Jolm- son, Gary Barker, Lance Johnson, Marvin Jamerson, Robert Larkin, Terry Moore, Paul Rowe, Kenneth Culver, Leonard Webster. Row 5: Benny Williams, James Vlfilson, Lew Sage, John Butler, Ray Bam- forth, Lewis Swanson, Mike Deany, Mike Bisherg, Jack Gates, Bruce Sosovec, Mike Murphy, Thomas Prefer, Dick Bruno Ccoachl. -wig-TQ' II Sanz? Q3 we il'-5 Thornton's varsity wrestlirg sf. .d had a fair 61-62 season with a conference and it fi-conference record of 7 wins and 7 losses. Captain elect for 1962-63 is 103-pound Gary Jordan, with 19 Wins, 5 losses, and one tie this year. Other wrestlers deserving recog- nition were Fred Aprati and Don Brackins, both sec- ond in sectional, and Glenn Weaver, first in sectional. All three qualified for state -' "1 etition. Coach Czech's boys plat' ,. cond in the conference meet, but lost early in the state. At the Waukegan Invitational at Christmas, .STHS placed fourth. F rosh-Soph wrestlers finished their season with 9 wins and 5 losses. Co-captains were Harry Frederick, Eldridge Hawkins, and Calvin Hodges. Of the eight schools in the South Suburban tourney, Thornton,s grapplers placed third. Performers deserving recog- nition were Eldridge Hawkins, Calvin Hodges, Ray Gregory, Harry Frederick, and Jack Sutton. O- VARSITY SQUAD. Front: Bobby Siller, George Patterson, Julius Ierly Adams Gary Jordan Row 3 Dave Blake Marcus Richardson Martin, Tom Jones, Homer Thomas, Frankie Harris. Row 2: Tony Carl Pohite William Smith Richard Cubalchmx Glenn Weaver Bishop, Morris Johnson, Walter Sanders, Roy Clay, Fred Aprati, Barney Ellers Ted Czech Ccoachl '4-5' Gi - ., . WRYR? F" ' ,. .. Q Claude Steele is in a close finish with his Sandburg opponent in the backstroke. F-S swimmers are conference champs third time in a row Bruce Brown and Fred Harris stretch out to get early leads in their race against the stop watch. F rash-Soph swimmers were outstanding in both league and conference. With a season record of 14 Wins, 2 losses, 1 tie, they were first in conference with 6-1-1. Jack Fattig, Howie Bolnick, and Doug Walters took firsts in the conference meet, where scores were TTHS 51, Tiridge 38, Bloom 37Vz, Argo 35, Lockport 3016. Co-captains were Mike Graff and Rich Noetzel. F rosh took 10 points in the Glenbrook lnvitational, thanks to Bolnick, Fattig, Lewis, and Merrick in the relay. F-S defeated Elgin, 50-36, Bloom, 47-32, 59-27, Fractional South, 58-283 Sandburg, 50-36, Beavis, 50-363 Tlridge, 53-323 Argo, 50-29, Lockport, 59-18, Bremen, 62-24, 57-28, Morton, 66-203 R'side-Brook- field, 45-39. They lost to Elgin, 44-42, T'ridge, 51-28. Freshmen beat Thornridge 44-42 and tied them at 43. FROSH-SOPH. Front: David Black, James Craft, Jolm Withgott, Robertson, James Rogers, Ernest Sutton. Row 3: Noel Morgridge, Jerry Fleck, Frank Powers, Russell J uleen, Larry Goodman. Row 2: Gregory Bari-ons, Doug Walters, Kip Nygren, Mike Graff, John Burle- Richard Noetzel, Jeffery Merrick, Bruce Cornish, Richard Lewis, Rex son, Eugene McCain, Howard Bolnick, Coach Benedetto. G'l C ' Bruce Brown Bill Goodrich Claude Steele. Row 3: Coach Mel Ue VARSITY. Front: Rich Van Dam, Fred Harris, Larry ie, raig , D 7 I Anderson, Ken Schlitz, Shelby Steele, Vic Lindsay. Row 2: John Graff, Ken Brody, Jlm Dunne, Doug Walters, John Plnlpot, Mark Benedetto, Pete Lunde, John Schmidtke, Gene Cherry, Nick Radice, McDonald, Noel Morgridge, John Diehl, Keith Anderson, Art Hillman. Varsity swim squad breaks even on meets Varsity swim squad finished their season with a record of 8 wins and 8 losses. They earned a plaque from the Harvey Tribune for second place on the area swimming honor roll. Deserving recognition are Claude Steele, most valuable swimmer, .Bob Fisher, captain, and Shelby Steele, sophomore, defeated only once in 16 dual meets. ln the conference meet, Claude Steele set a new record in the 220 yard individual medley and was first in the 100 yard breast stroke. Thornton defeated Elgin, 56-32, Fractional South, 67-35, Bloom, 85-10 and 68-26, Joliet, 52-38, Lock- port, 61-141, Morton East, 66-27. Thornton lost to Elgin, 53-412, Argo, 53-42, Thornridge, 66-29 and 58-37, Bremen, 59-36 and 61-34, Sandburg, 49-25, Riverside-Brookfield, 69-26. Rich Noetzel and Noel Morgridge get off to a fast start in their race against Sandburgfs finest. J ffl f 1 is 'J 545552 123 1 F ROSH-SOPH. Front: Ralph Whipple, Mike Atkinson, Garry Marsh, G ' sb , Ro C' ', B'll F b B'll T k' J S ff Ron Schultz, Bill Gregory, Ron Vamer. Row 2: Lee Dye, David Craft, Lfhlghagl Saskla, Fohrch flrcciljchll amp ms, BUY tru en, Dave Zmuda, Don Overtoom, Andy Babiarz, Walter Stein. Row 3: Dan Ken Wiegand does a hand stand on the parallel bars. 124 Varsity gymnasts did a good job of representing the school this year. As a fairly new team at TTI-IS, they did well in both district and state competition. They improved from thirteenth in state last year to seventh this year and placed third in the district. They broke even at seven-all in the won-lost record. Curt Hahn was first in district on side horse, second in all- around, and fourth in state on side horse. Ken Wie- gand was first in state on parallel bars and Jerry Crowder was third. Coach Foerch was pleased to have seven qualify for state competition: Hahn, Wiegand, Crowder, Steve Whitlock, Brian Robertson, Bill Kirkby, and Earl Lintner. F rosh-soph gymnasts won 4 and lost 7. Since they had no conference nor league of their own, they often helped out the varsity. Ron Varner, Ralph Whipple, Greg LaPointe, Andy Babiarz, and Jerry Sparger Were in that category from time to time. -D j .kb mlmxtnvmfir g,,Mol3tftMf Wlt?.?rr,WlffCTUQti M 5 Thornton Thornton Thornton Thornton Thornton Thornton Thornton Thornton Thornton Thornton Thornton Thornton Thornton Thornton VARSITY SCORES Rich .................................... 64 Proviso East .................. 76 Lane Tech ..................... 65 York ................................. 81 Hinsdale ........................ 69 Leyden West ............... 66Vz Arlington ........................ 84 Morton .......... New Trier ...............,..... 78 Waukegan ..................... 58 Proviso West ............... 71 Glenbard West ............ 64 Crown Point ............... 39 Rich .................................... 55 Curt Hahn demonstrates a loop-off on the side horse. Gymnasts gain importance in their sport VARSITY. Front: Jim Forbes, Ken Wiegand, Curt Hahn, .Terry Whitlock. Row 3: Don Masterson, Dan Masterson fmanagersl Eal Crowder, John Blackstone, Greg LaPointe. Row 2: Robert Hoy, Doug Lintner, Jerry Sparger, Todd Downing, Brian Robertson, R c Shearer, Bill Blackstone, Gary VanLaningham, John Newberg, Steve Foerch Kcoachl. 1 A FROSH-SOPH. Front: Eugene Gress, Louie Boudreau, Roger Bur- goyne, Robert Blackinon. Row 2: Mike Leake, Mel Bonner, Tom Ver Wey, Leslie Peterson, Tom Koelling. Row 3: Henry Pucik, John PITCHERS Doug Terandy, Jim Swiatek, Roger Miller begin the warm-up. 1, , it f., M. , "H tt Mt,wiaa,"H, "Nuke" "H - - it 126 Callahan, Leroy Brody, .lack Davis, Howard Whitlow, Jim Harroun Chuck Mangum. Four outstanding varsity baseball players made All-South Suburban in 1961-Bob Caress, Claude Kracik, Gil Schultz, and Barney Arendt. With Caress on first, Kracik at shortstop, Schultz behind the mound, and Arendt in the outfield, the 1961 varsity team took fourth in South Suburban league competi- tion and Won the district title. Coach Robert Blaha had high hopes for 1962 var- sity competition with returning players Bob Covert, Larry Muehring, Jim Swiatek, and Doug Terandy. 1961 Frosh-Soph baseball had a 2-4 conference Won-lost record, and a 5-7 Won-lost non-conference list. Tom Koelling, Mel Bonner, Leroy Brody, J im Har- roun, and Henry Pucik were returning players, but no one proved to be as valuable as Jim Capolillo. Mr. Willie Brown and Mr. Joe Keane were coaches. , ,lf , t - 1 l -,Q--C, -1+--V 1' hornton Thornton Thornton Thornton Thornton Thornton Thornton Thornton Thornton Thornton Thornton Thornton Thornton Thornton Thornton Thornton Thornton Thornton Indoor practice in the Buda meant using the BIC NET to stop the balls. 1961 VARSITY BASEBALL 0 Blue Island 7 Thornridge 3 Bloom 2 Argo 41 Blue lsland 7 Argo 5 Joliet 5 Kankakee 10 Bloom 4 Lockport 5 Crete-Monee 0 Joliet 7 Fractional North 7 Thornridge District Tournament 3 Bremen 10 Sandburg Regional Tournament 3 Fractional South 2 Morton Varsity Baseball team takes 1961 District title VARSITY. Front: John Powers, Doug Terandy, Larry Muehring, Cupolillo, Wayne Marley. Row 3: Richard Backlin, Burton Patrick Bill Sliepka, Bob Dahl, Arnold Zweifel. Row 2: Coach Bob Blaha, Wayne Johnson, ,lim Swiatek, Roger Miller, Bob Covert, Jack Wat Howard Humbles, Tom Eckert, James Gress, Ronald Butts, .lim kins, Mark McDonald. lil on 1961 was a good year for varsity track. Coach Frank Bauman was proud of the five school records made. John Mcliibben, Paul Congo, R. V. King, and Steve Twining were pace setters in mile relay. Best performers in 880 relay were Marv Keeling, Ray Banks, Jim Wilkerson, and Henry DeBose. Thornton's cindermen took second in a 27-team district meet. Scores: Bloom 363A, lst, Thornton 34, 2nd, Joliet 28, 3rd, Kankakee 2431, 45th. Varsity track ranked first in the 1961 conference meet. Frosh-Soph coach Ted Czech named Dave Kolton, Doug Holloway, Jim Wilkerson, and Bob Jackson as his top performers. Kolton was known for his shot- puts and Wilkerson for his low hurdles. Frosh-Soph track competition in league meets included Joliet, Bloom, and .Blue Island, but Thornton cindermen maintained a 5-2 win-loss record. Coach Bauman hoped for a state title in 1962. Frosh-Soph track has ood 1961 season, does better in '62 VARSITY. Front: Charles Jolliff, Doug Holloway, Jim Wilkerson, Percy Duckworth, Paul Owens. Row 2: Warreli Stiegman, Vernis Mims, George VanDerHeiden, lid Briggs, J.in1 Dawson, Homer Thomas, Ken Wiegand. Row 3: Coaches Bill Hayse, Dick Foerch: Thomas Vtfebster, Ed Wilkens, Robert McMorris, Hank Robinson, Leon Clark, Jim Tilton, Dale Litcher, Winston Bowman. Raw 4: l l . John McKibhen gets ready to start the 880 RELAY as Doug Holloway, Tom Webster, and Coach Bauman watch. Coach Frank Bauman, Stephen Smith, Patil Congo, Glenn Weaver, Marcus Richardson, Ed Jeske, John McKibben, Willy Randle El, Bolo Jackson, Dave Blake, Tim Osterlund tmanagerl. Row 5: Craig Maxwell, Dan Masterson, Don Cravens, Jim Harris, Gordon XVhite. Dave Kolton, Don Masterson, Bill Doster, Tony Salters. i 'koi ?'J""+t'l imma - . ,swan 'tfiwfo 55 N 39' l gg " 1 mr 4 mf' W' J ' 1' Fig, N l , 9 5 ei awp. , 4?w.T"-9 7' my., A ' 4 R :I l Q.. 1 I -',4 - no V A ' TR X ii ' l any 1431425 . ' l V1 ??1WiK Wig-lm T gf 1 ' .Nl . lx 1,3 ' K M WL ' 125354 s . , , . I... v v mn? 1 ' 1 sa , 4 .,',1I.?V ,. A515 N dpgnyb up L sqm? ,Y , ll 1 1 4' t 5, 0 nutcx . , Q ' . ,Q mf., 1 ,p , ' "sl .J I 1:55 9 Tag 1 .J ,r LJ ,rm , f I if J !! 4,..iit -E- l I l - Y Y -Iwi. 'H NE, ,. - -.-,t .Av:,.f'.. . " X tn A FROSH-SOPI-I. F ront: Gerald Eidson, Eldridge Hawkins, Paul Love- less, Bruce Johnson, Gary Sohol, Darnell Williams, Tyrus Cobb, Leroy Smith, Jeff LaVette, Jim Peterson, Guillermo Flynn, David Craft. Row 2: George Patterson, Kelly O'Neal, Charles Hardy, Jim Craft, Gerald Sommerfeld, Jon Shemerdiak, Lewis Swanson, Emerson Bouchard, Meryl Ayers, William Voils, Dennis Reeder, Charles Gor- ldon. Row 3:' Bill Hanns, Ron Romba, Glenn Stone, Ronald Ray, Dennis Sedlak, Jack White, Ed Wilkens, Bill Gray, Mike Burk, Jerry Diehl, Darrell Murphy, Pat Brewer, David Convery, Harry Fredrick. Row 4: Ewing Foulks, Shelby Steele, Ray Elmore, John Butler, Vernon Coleman, Bernard Claybrooks, Kenneth Whitted, Melvin Bell, Alvin Weathers, Vernis Mims, Jack Sutton, Bill Forbes, George Rissmiller. Row 5: Donald Caldwell, Herbert Washington, Elliott Burdun, Gary Rainey, Ivan Rankin, Victor Jackson, Jerry Nabors, Don Wiegand, Joe Zukauskas, Bob Swietlik, Bill Tomkins, Allen Romba, Darnell Johnson, Booker Patrick, Mike Murphy. Track varsity ranks first in conference meet Thornton Thornton Thornton Thornton Thornton Thornton Thornton Thornton Thornton Thornton Thornton Thornton 1961 TRACK SCORES Varsity Rich Argo Lockport Joliet Blue Island .......51 5f 6 Oak Lawn 1f6 Won 4 Lost 2 Frosh-Soph Sf 6 Rich 49 1f6 Argo 29 101W Lockport .................. l6Vz Joliet '71 Bloom .......... Won 5 Lost 1 Oak Lawn ............... 53 47 Coach Bill Hayse watches Steve Smith and Paul Owens of the MILE RELAY team, 129 FRQSH-SOPH TENNIS. Melvin Konsoer, Coach Sutor, Jolm Petrusek, Jeff Whitaker, Dennis Reisbich, Dan Keller, Scott Koves, Bob Erickson, Phil Krick. Tennis and Golf in the spring plus Cross-Country in the fall complete Thorntolfs Q QW.. we H .raw H . ,, 4 1 , 1. Y ,- ma i V imgi in gr i may - E 222 E .22 W' E. 12. L .- .. S ' Y ' ? if Y r- , - . 7,4 .- . - tg Z .1-.k A V, it ir - QQ-' - VARSITY TENNIS. F rant: Bill Norby, Craig Anderson, Keith Anderson. Row 2: Art Hillman, John Godwin, Robert Hallman. Row 3: Sam Belmonti, John Moravek, Ralph Niemann, Dan Smith, Coach Charles Moore. . . .. . ....-,...,1 .,...., .. vwnmmvr -1-fcwasw mm1 CROSS-COUNTRY. Front: Lance Johnson, Elliot Burton, John Oliver, Chuck Geschke, Ernie Sutton, Steve Pala. Row 2: John Velon, Mike Matuska, Alan Perlman, David Deruiter, Jon Shemerdiak, Vic Jackson, Patrick Petrow, Art Rhodes, Jim Gillies. Row 3: Steve Velon, Dan Smith, Tom Eckert, Emerson Bouchard, Jack Plucinski. Row 4: Marcus Richardson, Dan Masterson, Jim Messick, Don Masterson, Reuben Poindexter, Ed Briggs, Homer Thomas, Chuck Shelton, Bobby Siller, Coach Foerch. Smith, Gene Gall, Dennis Delaney, Glenn Stone, Jim Dawson, Bill well-balanced sports program GOLF. F ront: Britt Kaur, Larry Gasik, Dave Blankenburg, Jim Mas- sick. Row 2: Bill Wojtanowski, Ron Czupek, Coach John Benedetto, Ray Czupek, Al Clements. Last year's Varsity Tennis squad had a poor sea- son. Coach Robert Sutor was not impressed by the team's 1-ll Win-loss record. Mr. Charles Moore coached 1962 varsity tennis, Mr. Sutor Worked with the Frosh-Soph squad. The two coaches placed all hopes of gaining a state title in returning first stringers Bob Hallman and Ed Adams. Varsity Golf placed second in the annual confer- ence and third in the annual district meets. Over-all season record of 8-2-2 pleased Coach Benedetto. Ken Bartosh Was the team's most valuable man. He served as team captain, placed third in district, and first in conference. With returning varsity let- termen David Blankenburg and Jim Massick, Coach Benedetto had hopes of Winning firsts in conference and league meets. Cross-Country did not qualify for state competi- tion, but ranked fourth in conference. Captain Jim Massick and Coach Dick Foerch were proud of the 5-2 conference record and the 6-3 non-conference record. Cross-Country practice will begin this summer. 1 131 G.A.A. provided competitive sports for girls TRAMPOLINE was one of the most popular of after-school sports for girls. IACKKNIFE. Dale Glass demonstrates as the class gathers near the diving board. 132 G.A.A. BOARD, OFFICERS. Front: Paulette De Young, rec. secy.g Barbara Carlson, presidentg Sherry Kosek, treasurerg Sharon Jarog, 2nd v-p., Karen Johnson, speaker. Row 2: Lynn Perlman, Nancy Schlueter, Gloria Eckstrom, Judy Jackson, Ellen Goley, Alice Lam- bert, Nancy Groff, board. Row 3: Trudy Patterson, Gail Spangler, Pat Danrich, Pat Knowles, Susanne Armstrong, Carol Thurman, Ann Towns, board. Girls Athletic Association again captured top prizes in the Homecoming parade, taking first place in both the float and car divisions, and the best in the over- all entry. Beverly Marionneaux won the annual Posture Con- test and was crowned all-school queen at the G.A.A. tea. Girls Athletic Association gained approximately one hundred new members this year, which meant that each one had to complete at least one sports season of eight weeks. If a girl attended six out of the eight weeks, she received G.A.A. credit toward the association awards: emblem, numerals, small T, GAA, Big T, and the newest entry, the gold necklace for top honors. The swim pageant was presented in April. Some forty acts, composed of girls from swim classes, private groups, and dance groups, performed to their favorite music. Theme of the show was "Tickets to Broadway," presenting only hit Broadway stage songs. A setting of lights and buildings provided back- grounds for each of the acts. Groups designed their own costumes. tifxwfl, ,- FORUM. Front: Judy Munro, Kathy Knapp, Bonnie Mirich, La Vonna Mitchell, Janet Anderson, Judy Turek, Carol McGuire. Row 2: Jean Snyder, Carole Flynn, Sharon Miller, Vicky Kosek Cassislant speakerl , Karen Johnson fspeakerl, Judy Gardner fsecretaryl, Gail Perkins, Sandra Goletz, Andrea Coppock. Row 3: Marian Kaczmarski, Marilyn MODERN DANCE gained rapidly in popularity. Meyer, Janean Buckmaster, Cheryl Mack, Suzanne Fussay, Linda Hall, Diane Spindler, Gloria Konkol, Maxine Rizzuti, Penny Patten. Row 4: Lynn Barron, Joan Shaw, Marilyn Lau, Barbara. Irzyk, Carol Boyer, Nancy Lynn, Nancy Mohr, Rosie Chmielewski, Mary Orlando, Bonnie Kovnat. ,, .. , , X 9 . 'Y?' JR.-SR. CHAMPS. F font: Percy Duckworth Ron ald Johnson. Row 2: Hank Robinson, James Harris, Charles Halbert. Intramurals developed class basketball champs Intramural sports are designed to give every interested boy a chance to play. Since varsity squads can accommodate com- paratively few players, intramurals attract hundreds of boys. Intramural activities begin in September and last until June. Basketball and swimming are the fall sports. Winter activities included table tennis, checkers, chess, shuffleboard, bowling, and volleyball. Spring brings softball, tennis, golf, wrestling, and badminton. Any boy who was not a member of a varsity sport could take part in intramural games. Tournaments, both elimination and round-robin, resulted in champs and trophies. In basketball, championship teams came from Mrs. Benjamin's and Mr. Lahti's homerooms. Mr. Mendenhall sponsored intramurals. 134 Many hoys at Thornton found nothing any more interesting than intramural sports for an after-school occupation. There was always a long line waiting to get in on table tennis games, for instance. Anyone could work individually or on a team. Ex- perience was not necessary for any intramural sport, but cooperation and good spirits were. Some boys found that punching bags helped them to let off steamg others preferred team activities. Whatever the desire, there was a sport to fit. Mr. Carl Mendenhall, director, had only one regret-not enough space to accommodate everyone nor to promote addi- tional kinds of sports. He would have liked to increase the number of participants from four hundred to double that number. BOWLING. Wayne Tellis, assistant to Mr. Mendenhall, helps Ronald Bratcher to set up plastic bowling pins. Many activities were included with intramurals .tt I 'T f i if . E' 1 ,. SOPH CHAMPS. Front: James Cole, Ray Elmore. Row 2: Hiram FROSH CHAMPS. Front: Wally Fremouw, Bob Jacobson, Victor Jackson. Row 2: Todd Garnmill, Patrick Ivers, Harry Hall. Anderson Marshall Baker, Zema Myers. Ml Personnel at Thornton means more than a group of people who put in their day' s work and leave. They are interested in the jobs they perform. Whether they are administration, faculty, staff, or students, all join to make Thornton the fine school that it is. In spite of the bigness, there is a closeness and a spirit that impresses visitors and makes them a bit envious. Personalities are not just names, they are real people. 136 J T TI-IOR TO CRGANIZED DIVERSITY -f--- ff w 12" I K I K 'I 'x NR II" " K1 I ,I SI I -I 'Q 'X f' 'H I I I I I T-.. K A. Ii 'Ia I H B ,Z Q 1 .,A. N. .X 1: A.-M I , I I il R "X j! 'mag I ffl ,I we 'Q MI I ,V :fl 1 I I II L , . - z I I X Y - ADMINISTRATION FACULTY,STAFF SENIORS .... UNDERCLASS. . 55 Q - ff ' rg: 'lb rg-- .N-,- x 1211 ,Q .- E ,lil ...hx I '-.Al az If , QI I lx X1 .T "1 J 1 . . PAGE I38 . . . . PAGE 143 PAGE 156 . . PAGE 182 EJ , A SUPERINTENDENT. Dr. James D. Logsdon, B.Ed., M.A., Ph.D., superintendent of Thornton Township schools. Superintendent brings world View to Thornton Dr. James D. Logsdon, superintendent of TTHS, TJ C, and Thornridge, and also president of the Na- tional Association of Secondary School Principals, has been busier than ever this year. Even before the school year began, Dr. Logsdon was studying. He was studying education in foreign countries. He was in such places as Rome, Copenhagen, Hamburg, Zurich, London, Hong Kong, Saigon, Tokyo, Dussel- dorf, Frankfurt, Amsterdam, New Delhi, Manila, and Honolulu. At Philippa Fawcett Training College in London, Dr. Logsdon was an observer at the Federation ln- ternational Professeurs de l'Enseignement Secondair Officiel. "The real theme of that conference was the improvement of counselling and guidance practices in secondary schools," he said. After the conference in London, Dr. Logsdon went to the World Confeder- 138 ation of Organizations of the Teaching Profession in New Delhi, India. The theme there was "education for responsibilityf' Talks by Prime Minister Nehru and the Minister of Defense, Mr. Menon, were high- lights of that meeting. Later, Dr. Logsdon represented the National Edu- cation Association at Saigon in South Vietnam. He also visited some of the secondary schools in Manila. In regard to his trip, Dr. Logsdon wrote the following in an article: 'A world tour is a good medium to remind any individual of his own inadequacy in such matters as world geography, world cultures, and linguistics." Then, after another six months at TTHS, Dr. Logsdon topped off his activities by presiding at the NASSP convention in February. Thorntonites were proud to have such high honors for their good friend. '. ,g w vzgwfz-1'-J ' r i 'fir 'f'11rr'f1T-121f1ji 15 ' '75, ' W M , E1 5 W 4 wiv - e- s 12 ig '- ' Q E, iii-ffiii fflffw fe . :pf T E, 1, ,. ,Q V F N EZ: -,9.".5v:f' , 1, y , 25: . :vga . -gf., .w5,,f4 f 251 f gf5g q ig ny. "M, fa I,-'ijlfr Fr P 2 ff 5 N' ' 3 Q- 'g ! g1ljij'f6 , 11, 57 :T E A E, -pf Q + 5 W M EFI ' f - ' ' " '- J 5 if . . .S f Ag 2151 V 5: -gf f F - . 'J' f 5 if " 21 H - v25E,.Q.. fi' mf--'L P A . P f J - l' I 4 J Ai' . 5 I z , s : 'r u '4 x if 3 f 1 It 112 5 Y .,, gy 1" w, -1 51 . ,, r 1 f 1. x 1 I mf. , J.V'1' a in N ,W 'X' -,131 ' , 1 :lv "E"-44 'tf.. 1 E 1 1 r- wg., ng' X.. '4,,f""Y:7N.X 1 -, ff ' I j , ., QT N '-+V 1f':1:gW V ' L1 fr . ffm' - Q ' 1 ' "J-r ,..3 h..-9, W 1 .V 1 :EET-A3 . 9, .AA x T6 , . ,g , 'f .-95:16 - - :ui X I , ,-J :Eli 'JLUQ . A' I ,MQn,,f I- PRINCIPAL Mr. Omer W. Renfrow, M.Ed. Principal and assistants manage Thornton affairs ASSISTANT PRINCIPAL ASSISTANT PRINCIPAL Mr. G. R, Valbert, M.S. Mr. Carl L. Beier, B.S., M.S. Mr. Omer Renfrow, principal of Thornton Town- ship High School, is never too busy to take a few minutes to get better acquainted with students and their parents. Though working with the faculty to improve courses and working with department chair- men consumes much of his time, Mr. Renfrew still finds room in his schedule to work closely with Thornton's many organizations. By visiting various classes, Mr. Renfrow hopes to help faculty do the best possible job of teaching and encourage experiments in testing new ideas and im- proving the school program. Recent experiments are the language lab, sophomore speech classes, leader- ship training classes, and the special program for slow-learning students. As assistant principal, Mr. Valbert, a thirty-four- year veteran of TTI-IS, has such duties as handling registration, student programs, faculty substitutes, Deans handle many types DEAN OF BOYS Mr. Mel DeGraff, B.S., M.A. and school buses. Mr. Valbert is in charge of student and faculty orientation. Mr. Carl Beier is the college counselor. His office is always open to students who desire information about colleges or scholarships. Mr. Beier visits col- leges to talk to former TTHS students as well as to admissions officials. Mr. Mel DeGraff, a graduate of TTHS, is now Dean ,of Boys. But that is not allg he is also Boys Club sponsor and varsity swim coach. Mr. DeGraff has been a swim coach for the twelve years he has been hereg dean for three. Miss Helene Wilson, Dean of Girls and sponsor of the Girls Club, also has her hands full. She not only helps to solve the problems of individual girls, but she also manages an organization with approxi- mately twelve hundred members. Girls Club and its activities keep Thornton girls constructively busy. of student problems DEAN OF GIRLS Miss Helene E. Wilson, B.A., M.A. 141 Counselors guided classes to graduation It has become the practice for Thornton counselors to pick up their classes during the students' sopho- more year of school. Miss Marthalou Gray, junior counselor, is the only counselor now who has had the same class from the freshman year on. This Hoosier started counselling the same year her class began its training at TTHS. Mrs. Ruth Harms, Senior Class counselor and NHS sponsor, is one of Thorntorfs busiest figures. After seeing the class of '62 off, she will go back to help the class of '65. Mr. Toby Hightower, Sophomore counselor and chairman of the Guidance department, spent his first year with TTHS this year. Helper of the Freshmen-that's Mr. George D. Lercher, Freshman counselor. He remains the fresh- man counselor, too, for purposes of orientation and testing for the beginners. He also helps the freshmen, through their teachers, to fill in their four-year sched- ule plans and thus avoid later problems. FRESHMAN COUNSELOR Mr. George D. Lercher, M.A. SOPHOMORE COUNSELOR Mr. Toby E. Hightower, B.S. MA SENIOR COUNSELOR Mrs. Ruth I. Harms, B.A., M.A. Miss Marthalou Gray B S M S 142 HAROLD ADAMS MA Sclence MRS NANCY AHEARN BA Social Studles ROBERT ANDERSON BS MA Bus Ed Asst Dean of Boys Soph Basketball JC Golf Tenms SHIR LEY ANDREWS BS 1n Ed Phys Ed GAA WALTER ARMBRUSTER MA MIISIC Choral Director JAMES ASELTINE BAE MAE Art MRS MARION BALTRUSCH B S B S 1n Ed Mathemaucs Y I' C SARAH BARMORE M A Soc1al Studles FANNIE MAE BARTMAN MA 1n Hxst MS 1n L1b SCI Llbrary Chauman Llberets FRANK BAUMAN BS MS Phys Ed Vars Football Track ROBERT BAUMER BS Enghsh MAR GUERITE BEGNOCHE MS 1n Ed Glrls PE Chalrman FACULTY MRS MABLE BEIER B Ed Phys Fd JOHN BENEDETTO BS Phys Ed Football Smm Englxsh MRS VIRGINIA BISBERG BA BS MA m Soc Adm Counselors Off1ce Glrls Club ROBERT BLAHA BE ME Phys Ed Foot ball Vars Baseball LEO BOWERS BA MA Bus Ed Chzurman CHARLES BOYSEN MA Soclal Studles Glrls Club RUTH BROWN MS Bus Ed TOLEPHUS BROWN MS Sclence CAP WILLIE BROWN JR BS MS m Ed Phys Ed Soph Football Frosh Basketball Baseball RICHARD BRUNO MS Mathematlcs Frosh Football FS Wrestlxng ELIZABETH BRUSH FIELD BA MA Matllematlcs BILL BURLESON BS MS Engllsh JANET CALEY BA Forelgn Language Spanlsh Club JOHN CARLSON BS MS m Ed Phys Ed JC Baseball JAMES CASTER B A Soclal Studles SOCIBI Studies Club , . .'g ' .l . , . .5 . , . ., . .3 . 5 . . 1 .e 1 " ' , . . .g . .g . . . . - -: ' 4 . Q l . , . . ., . , ., I . . ' , . ., . . .5 I ' 5 J. . , . ., . , . . D . ., . . . ., , . . . . , . ., . ., . ., . , . , . .3 . - ' . G . ' , . . ., . . . ' , . .5 . L . I 4 - -S - -S ' 7 ' ' mmg, Golf. MRS. CAROLYN BENJAMIN, B.A.g . . ' , . ., . ., . u , . . . . . . ., , , . ., . .9 . ' .g - . . , . 1 . , ,. ., . ., . . I .I , . .3 Z - v . .3 . . , . .Q 'D g . . . , ., . ., . . ' .5 '. - . 'Y 7 1 ' ,U --4 4 1 ' ' ' , . ., . .5 . ,. . ., . .3 ' .I , . .5 g , ' q 4 1 , . ., . . ., . ., . : . 1 ' 'F 5 . MRS. MARTHA DIETRICH, B.S., M.A.g Bus. Ed. MRS. MARGARET DOYLE, B.S., M. of Phys. Therapyg Phys. Ed. DIANE DuBOIS, B.S. in Ed.g Art. MRS. MARY EBERHARDT, B.S.A.S.g English. HARRISON ELLER, B.S., M.A., LL.B.g Social Studiesg Coin Club. MRS. GERMAINE FER- NANDEZ, M.A.g Foreign Languages. WILLIAM FINK, B.S., Science. DALE FISHER, M.A. Ed. M.A. Philos.g English, For. Lang. RICHARD FOERCH, B.S., M.A.g Phys. Ed.g Gymnastics, Cross-Country, Trackg Gymnastics Club. ELIZABETH FORD, B.S.g Homemaking Chairman, Future Homemakers. WILLIAM FOW- LER, M.E.g Ind. Ed.g D.O. Coordinator. CAROL ERIEDRICKSON, B.S., Phys. Ed., Gymnastics u . HOWARD FULK, B.S., Ind. Ed. MORRIS GLADSTONE, B.A., M.A., Social Studies. MRS. MARGUERITE GODWIN, B.A., English. DAR- RELL GREENWOOD, B.A., Social Studiesg K.I.P. 144 'h CHARLOTTE CHAMBERS, M. Mus.g Music, Orchestra. MRS. CLARA CHEN, M.S.g Phys. Ed., G.A.A. GEORGE CLARK, B.S., M.A.g Bus. Ed., Phys. Ed. ELIZABETH COCHRANE, B.M.E., M.M.g Musicg Klefs, Keydets. ROBERT COLE, M.A.g Qualified Psychological Examiner. MARY COMEGYS, B.A., M.A., So- cial Studiesg Leave of Absence. HELEN COWEN fMrs. Kalianj, B.S.g English, Play Director. TED CZECH, B.S. in Ed., M.S. in P.E.g Phys. Ed.g Vars. Wrestling, Frosh Football, F-S Track. .IAMES DAVIS, M.A., Social Studies. MRS. ADA DIEDRICH, B.A., Special Services - Readingg Girls Club. RICHARD DIEDRICH, B.A., M.A., Psychologist Intern. MRS. MAR- gUERITE DIERDORFF, B.Ed., M.A.g Social tu ies. FACULTY MENNO GUNKLE, M.A.g Science. JENNIFER HANCE, B.A., LL. B., M.A., J.D.g Social Studies, Girls Club. THOMAS HANRAHAN, B.S., Science, K.I.P.g Vars. Basketball. ERNEST HANSON, B.S., M.A., Ed.D.g Director of Re- search. ARTHUR I-IARMS, B.S., M.Ed.g Social Studies, Key Club. HENRY HARMS, M.A.g Scienceg Purple X. RICHARD I-IARRIMAN, B.S., Eng- lish. BILL HAYES, B.S.g Ind. Ed.3 Ticket Mgr., Track. WILLIAM HECKMAN, B.S.g Study Hall, Deten- tion. LOIS HENDERSON, M.A., Foreign Lan- guage, Latin Club. LYNNE HIGGINS, B.A.g Phys. Ed., Pep Club, G.A.A. MRS. NADINE HILL, B.S. in Ed., M.A.g English. FACULTY JEANNETTE HILLS, B.A., M.A.g Foreign Lan- guagesg German Club. ROBERT HOFFMAN, B.S., M.A.g Science. LYLE HOPKINS, B.M., M.M. Ed., Music, Band Director. THIELEN HUDDLESTUN, B.S., Phys. Ed., Athletic Di- rector, Vars. Football. COLETTE HURLEY, B.A., M.A.g English. JOHN JENKINS, B.S.g Ind. Ed., Camera Club, Game Ushers. ED JENKINS, B.S.g Science, Leave of Absence. RUTH JONES, B.A., M.A.g Mathemat- ics, Perigon Club. MRS. DIXIE JORDAN, B.Ed.g Social Studies. JAMES KANE, B.S., Biology. JOSEPH KEANE, M.S.g Phys. Ed., Soph Baseball, Football. MRS. WENDY KINDRED, B.F.A.g Art, American Field Service. NORMAN KIRSCHBAUM, B.S., English. CAROL KRATOCHVIL, B.S.g Bus. Ed.g J.R.C. GEORGE KUPER,. B.S., M.S.g Mathematics. NORMAN LAHTI, M.A.g Social Studies, Har- vey I-Ioofers. 1 GEORGE LAIRD, B.S.g Biologyg Biology Club. LESTER LANDHERR, B.S.g Bus. Ed. MRS. ROSEMARY LAPERTOSA, B.A.g Foreign Lan- guage. JACK LAWSON, M.A.g English. BOB LEMMON, B.S.g Ind. Ed. JUNE LIANG, B.S.g Bus. Ed. DOROTHY LIEB, B.S., R.N.g Health Chairman, School Nurse. PAUL LIEHR, B.S., M.E.g Ind. Ed. MRS. SARA LIFVENDAHL, M.F.A.g Art. MRS. LAURA LYLE, B.S.g Phys. Ed.g Orchesis. JAMES MANTOAN, B.S.g Bus. Ed. JOHN MARTIN, B.S.g Englishg News Bureau. FACULTY CARL MENDENHALL, M.S.g Boys P.E. Chair- mang Intramurals. MRS. BARBARA MID- TLYNG, B.A.g Combined Studies. MRS. ESTHER MIKES, B.A.g Mathematics. MARGARET MILES, M.S.g Homemaking. KENNETH MILLER, B.S. in Ed.g Social Studiesg Social Studies Club. CHARLES MOORE, B.Ed., M.A.g Social Studiesg Vars. Tennis. MRS. EMMA JEAN MOTT, B.A.g English: Girls Club. GENEVIEVE MUSSON, B.A., M.A.g Foreign Languageg French Club. ALBERT NATTSAS, B.A., M.A.g Englishg PX Committee. ELEANOR NELSON, B.S., M.A.g English Chairman. CELESTE NOEL, M.A.g So- cial Studies. EDWIN NORENE, B.A.g English. MRS. ELEANORE NORTON, B.A.g Phys. Ed.g G.A.A. DONALD O'BRIEN, B.A., M.A.g Science. LORETTA OETJEN, M.Ed.g Library. ELMER OHLERT, M.A.g English. FRED RING, M.S.g Science Chairman: Chemistry Club. MARGARET RIO, Ph.B.g Scienceg Girls Club. HARMON ROBERTS, M.S.g Industrial Ed. Chairman. MRS. JOAN ROSS, B.A., M.A.g Remedial Reading. MARIAN ROTH, B.A.g English. RUTH RUS- SELL, B.A., M.A.: English. MRS. MARGUER- ITE SALKELD, R.N., C.P.H.N.g Nurse. CLIF- TON SATTERTHWAITE, M.A., Social Studies Chairman. ALICE SAVAGE, B.A., M.A., Science. PETER SCHLOSS, M.S.g Phys. Ed.g JC Coach. MRS. OLIVE SCHMIDT, B.A.g Mathematicsg Perigon Club. GLENN SCHUERMANN, B.S. in Ed., M.A. in Theatreg Speech and Theatre, Speech Chairmang Footligltters, Thespians. VIOLA SEEBACH, B.A., M.A.g Mathematics Cllairmang Perigon Club. MRS. DOROTHY SHEPHARD, B.A. in Ed., M.A. in Lib. Sci.g Main Library, Liberets. RAY SHERMAN, M.S. in Ed.g Bus. Ed.g Key Club, PX Com. MRS. ROSALIE SHERMAN, R.N.g Nurse. EDWARD OLSON, B.I.g Englishg Newspaper. FLORENE PELL, B.S.g Special Services, Speech Correctionist. RUDOLPH PETERS, B.S.g Mathe- matics, Perigon Club. VIRGIL PETTY, M.S.g Social Studies. RICHARD PICK, B.A.g Englishg Play Director. GORDON PIERCE, M.S.g Mathematics, Future Teachers. DONALD POHLHAMMER, B.S.g Ind. Ed. MARGUERITE POOLE, B.A., M.A., Eng- lish. WILLIAM PURDEN, B.A.g Phys. Ed., Vars. Football, Vars. Basketball. ORPHA RAGLIN, B.E., M.A.g English. BLAKE REED, M.S.g Audio-Visual Director. WILMA REED, M.S.gt Homemaking. FACULTY 147 JOSEPH SILVA, B.A., M.A.g Foreign Language, Laboratory Director. WILLARD SIVILLE, B.S., M.Ed.g Ind. Ed., Radio Club. GEORGE SKER- TICH, B.A.g Combined Studies. ALBERT SOWA, B.S.g Mathematics. CLARENCE STEGMEIR, M.A.g Social Studies. ARTHUR STEJSKAL, M.A.g Social Studies, Adult Evening School Director. MRS. CHAR- LOTTE STEPHENS, Ph.B., M.S. in Lib. Sci.g Library. ROBERT SUTOR, B.Ed.g Ind. Ed.g F-S Tennis. MRS. MARGARET SWANBERG, B.A., M.A.g English. ELEANORE SZYMANSKI, B.A.g Eng- lishg Play Director. DOROTHEA THIEL, M.A.g Art Chairman. MARY THOMPSON, B.P.S.M., M.S.g Music. FACULTY MRS. DOROTHY TILLERY, B.Ed.g Bus. Ed. JOYCE TOWNSLEY, B.A.g English. WILLIAM TIPTON, M.A.g Ind. Ed. MRS. .TOYCE UPTON, B.S.g Phys. Ed.3 Cheerleaders. MRS. MARIE WALLACE, B.A.g Bus. Ed. DOROTHY WASHBURN, B.A., M.A.g English, Yearbook. FLORENCE W'ATERM.AN. B.S.g Cafeteria. MRS. KATHERINE WESSEL, B.S., M.S.g Bus. Ed. PAUL WESSEL, B.S.E., M.S.E.g Bus. Ed. DONALD YVILLIAMS, B.A.g Bus. Ed., D.E. Club, Frosh Basketball, PX Com. MRS. MARI- LOU WORK, B.A., M.A.g Foreign Language. VELNIA NVRAY, B.A.g Bus. Ed. FLORENCE WUNDERLICH, Ph. B., M.A.- French, M.A.-Spanishg Foreign Language Chair- man. MARILYN YERKOVICH, B.S.g Scienceg Girls Club. ROBERT ZECHEL, B.A.g Englishg Debate. HENRY ZEVENHOUSE, B.S.-Arch., nd. Ed. NEW FACULTY fsecond semesterl. FRANK ECCLES, B.S.g Study Hall, Corridors, Cafeteria, Detention. HEDY HOLTZMAN, B.A.g English. ARLENE SABODOR, B.Ed.g Phys. Ed., Orchesis. ww l EL -7 .. PM 550' xg: ' 7 iw ' A, - 5 EG. ' '-1555, ,- V 'lx X 'Y .- q gg-I1-x B 434 M F k -ggi u If I Wx 1 1 we P-ul I I ' I ,I 4, "mf: . ' s, ln -'ii - J 1 1'- I ff f Iv ILHIHJ I I , in I I M 1 'U l Ez' ,'x' ZA" , 1 Y Tiw' L-QF wil 1 ,S 1 www Ysklfl v 3. 4, T' IE' 51455 . 1 K . K K ri' 4 if :fi I H 1 5, 5 5 J Q, 1 K wtf' WN ,paw 1. 1-in AL' .,. A-'4 R93-.1715 Q... I x f Q' G ' ' ' i I ' f X ' 1 ' 'H , X 1 NN I Lx :Sfxf A if 5 ,, , if 1 . - ' L 1-"f14Wf'?W - :'F24.x.1.1+1A. f "" 3"-T,f:":1- j 1i 1 Y H ' 3: llivl r ' ' Hi ig Q E? 432 w mm Q li? 3 tai-as PRINCIPALS ADVISORY COMMITTEE. Front: Mrs. Marguerite ard N. Fulk, Mrs. Clara Chen, James Aeseltine, Loretta A. Oetjen, Dieidorff, John E. Carlson, Mary Thompson, O. W. Renfrow, Mrs. Mennow M. Gunkle, Ruth Brown, Rudolph C. Peters, Marthalou Marguerite Salkeld, Richard W. Pick, Jeannette Hills. Row 2: How- Gray, Margaret Miles. Advisory group helped with pr'incipal's problems Keeping the principal in close touch with the fac- ulty is 'the job of the eighteen-member Advisory Coun- cil. The principal reports on school progress, previews coming events and problems, and announces action taken on previous council suggestions. ln turn, the elected faculty representatives ask questions from the faculty and give reactions to the principalis report. This council meets bi-monthly. P-TA, short for Parent-Teacher Association, is a well-known abbreviation around TTI-IS. Headed by Mrs. Edward Moravek, this organization, designed to. bring teachers and parents closer together, enjoyed another successful year. '4Meet-the-Teachers" night was extended half an hour, and the Christmas concert was again well-received. Along with trying to create a better understanding 50 between parents and teachers, the P-TA provides funds for scholarships for those students wishing to attend college but not having money available to them. Under the direction of Miss Sarah Barmore, the Faculty Association tries "to provide' a professional organization for the members of the faculties of Thornton and Thornridgefi The entire membership meets four times at year, alternating between Thorn- ton and Thornridge. The association celebrated Amer- ican Education Week with a buffet dinner to which leaders in the community were invited. There were displays explaining the teaching profession. The as- sociation awarded a R100 renewable scholarship to a student planning to teach. The association is affiliated with the Illinois Association of Classroom Teachers and the National Education Association. PARENT-TEACHER ASSOCIATION. Mrs. Ronald Wolf, historiang Mrs. Norman Perlman, treasurerg Mrs. Jasper Tromp, vice-presidentg Mrs. Edward Moravek, presidentg Mrs. Wayne Stanfield, secretary Parents, Faculty had their service organizations FACULTY ASSOCIATION. Standing: Miss Sarah Barmore, presi- dent. Front: Stanley M. Clauson fTl10lTI11'idgCJ, vice-presidentg Mrs. Martha Dietrich, secretaryg Roy M. Swanberg, vice-presidentg Virgil O. Petty, treasurer. Row 2: Arthur H. Harms, Jean Craig fThorn- ridgel, Donald A. Sather, board. Department heads Worked on all-school problems M 45 DEPARTMENT CHAIRMEN. Front: Dorothy Lieb, Marguerite Begnoche, Fannie Mae Bartmen, C. L. Beier, O. W. Renfrow, G. R. Valbert, Eleanor E. Nelson, Florence Wunderlicli. Row 2: Toby Hightower, Dorothea Thiel, Harmon Roberts, Cliff Satterthwaite, Department Chairmen committee, a group of twenty-two, meets the third Monday of each month. The committee is the first step in intensifying the honors program, in establishing a special program for slow-learning students, and in expanding library use. It has also changed the system of NHS election and of computing class rank. ' ,lust as the absentee sheets originate in the Main Office, so does a teacheris day. This office contains the faculty mailboxes, the mimeograph and ditto machine, and the telephone switchboard. Incoming and outgoing mail, just as everything else, is at one time or another associated with the heart of TTHS. 152 Glenn Schuermann, Viola Seebach, Ernest M. Hanson, Lyle A. Hop- liinsiTLe1o V. Bowers, Fred W. Ring, Carl S. Mendenhall, Elizabeth . or . Miss Marian Finchum and Miss Dora Harthun have jobs that are much alike. Miss 'Finchum is Mr. Ren- froW's secretaryg Miss Harthun is Dr. Logsdon's. They are receptionistsg they make appointments, write re- ports, take dictation, take care of requisitions, and do filing. They even help students and faculty Whenever they can. All permanent school records are kept in the Reg- istrar's office. These include attendance records, personality ratings, and grades. Student grade aver- ages for honor rolls and report cards also come from the Registrar. Those planning to go to college apply here for transcripts of their credits. MAIN OFFICE. Front: Mrs. Geneva Denham, Mrs. Janet DeGroot, Mrs. Mildred Haddix, Mrs. Liona Segraves, Mrs. Nancy Schlossman Mrs. Fern Lindsay, Mrs. Sally Simon. Rear: Miss Sally .lo Taylor, Office staffs coordinated school business REGISTRAR'S OFFICE. Mrs. Leona Wiener, Miss Glenda Scho- walter, Mrs. Anne Goebel, Miss Anna Mae Klotz. SECRETARIES Miss Dora Hartliun, Miss Marian Fiuclium. I - ri . IW 1 .375 y ' fl r rf ' V 1 Eg,-r 1 1 . i '. 'Will-YL: V Business office-accounts Located in the new section of Thornton High School, the Business Office serves Thornton High, Thornton JC, and Thornridge High. It handles ac- counts and budgets of all school organizations. Pay- rolls for school employees, along with any purchas- ing, are processed through this office. Thornton's Bus- ines Office even handles preparations for any school board referendum elections. Helping the Women in the kitchen of Thornton's cafeteria are about forty students. The women, who serve between fifteen hundred to sixteen hundred stu- dents in the food line and an additional thousand in the milk line, Work from eight in the morning until three forty-five in the afternoon. The cafeteria staff also serves at banquets held at TTHS. For the faculty, coffee and rolls are available in the Faculty Cafeteria besides regular meals. Student help is used here too. CAFETERIA STAFF. Front: Mary Mackel, Luella Livers, Jessie Lyon, Marjorie Davis, Gerene Moore. Row 2: Edna Young, Adeline Jacobson, Bertha Monti, Rose Leppert, Matba Thompson. Row 3: BUSINESS OFFICE. Seated: Miss Roselee Baer, Miss Harriet Bur- ton. Standing: Mrs. Margaret Kleckner, Mrs. Hazel Estes. Cafeteria staff-food Luella Wiseman, Lois Thomas, Zelethia Wright, Ruth Ahrens, Anna Clark. H 45' 1 .f ,E it 1 1 . 1' fs 154 X BUILDINGS AND GROUNDS. Mr. Howard Doster, superin- tendent: Mrs. Irene Williams, secretary. AFTERNOON SHIFT. Front: William Loose, William Clark, John Blake, Mel- vin Gifford. Row 2: James Hall, Marie Rubinic, Anne Hellstrom, Frank Chmie- lewski. Row 3: Jessie Morris, Frank Zapchenk, Joseph Liptok, Walter Bul- luck. Row 4: Calvin Graddy. DAY SHIFT. Front: Walter Dawe, Ray- mond McBride, Beauton Williams, Rose Ryktarczyk, Mary Lewandowski. Row 2: Whitey Pearson, Robert Burns, Eva Lass, Etta Wilson, George Wagner. Row 3: Harold Peterson, Jerry Prather, Mel- vin King, Donald Wilson. Row 4: Leon- ard Jabaay, Lawrence Eckman, Curt Wilson, Floyd Stahr, Norman Segraves. aintenancer-fine campus Mr. Howard Doster is superintendent of buildings and grounds for both Thornton and Thornridge. With the help of his secretary, Mrs. Irene Williams, he supervised the maintenance of both the schools. His staff takes care of heating, lighting, and cleaning the school and of purchasing supplies. They see to it that there are men on hand at all times to repair anything that is broken and to solve the problems that students and teachers always seem to he presenting them. His staff is on duty twenty-four hours a clay. Dur- ing school hours women keep the washrooms in order, men care for the grounds, and someone is always in the boiler room checking heating and pool systems. Care of the gym takes five men. At night others clean or act as watchmen. sg , s.. g JUNIOR NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY. Front: Elaine Kavelaras, Pam Bennett, Vicki Moser, Donna Virgil, Shirley Sailors, Beverly Bourkard, Tom Crew. Row 2: Lois Schroeder, Janice Janocha, Bar- bara Helsly, Sue Markee, Nancy Lynn, Vicki Van Eck, Dorothy Rowe, Judy Bloomquist. Row 3: Holly Hoebel, Donna Torrence, Peter ational Honor NHS OFFICERS. Bob Dahl, treasurerg Dick Hough, president, Nancy Lynn, secretary. Wasilkoif, Edward Sumner, Tom Eckert, Robert Dahl, Russell Bukwa, Terri Bessinger. Row 4: John McKihben, James Massick, William Guzaski, Rich Cunningham, Dick Hough, Dennis Hale, Sue Ellis, Sandra Painter. Society is high recognition A member of the National Honor Society can be easily recognized at Commencement by the gold tassel on his mortar board-a symbol of academic achieve- ment, leadership, and service. lt is one of the highest recognitions a student can receive at Thornton. The honor, however, is not bestowed lightly. Only fifteen per cent of the graduating class, one third of whom may he juniors, receive this coveted honor. To be eligible for membership, a student must rank in the upper quarter of h-is class. Students elected as juniors were the ones who carried out the work of the society. They elected officers, held meetings, and Worked on fund-raising projects. Projects this year included the sale of paperback books, supervision of polling places for the K.I.P. election, and the sale of small fac- similes of diploma cards. Under the leadership of the senior class officers, the class of 1962 has been very active. This graduat- ing class may not be the largest that Thornton has ever seen, but it has accomplished a great deal. Out of its 562 members, 132 were on the honor roll, much to the delight of Mrs. Ruth Harms, the senior class counselor and adviser. Mr. Beier, college counselor, was happy to note that 280 of the class were planning on college after graduation. Seniors were busy all year raising funds for the class gift. This year, they sold tickets to the Thornton production of South Pacific and TTHS pins to all of the classes. As always, there was the planning and execution of the Prom. Guides, Ushers, Officers are also service groups GRADUATION USHERS. Front: Judy Bloomquist, Ursula Olling, Donna Virgil Cguidel, Shirley Sailors Cguidel, Tom Crew, Pam Bennett. Row 2: Holly Hoehel, Karen Johnson, Dorothy Rowe, Beverly Bourkard, Nancy Garrison, Sue Ellis. Row 3: Sandra Painter, Vicki SENIOR CLASS OFFICERS. Carol Romba, asst. treasurerg Sheila Divekey, 2nd vice-presidentg Donna Torrence, presidentg Ioan Mc- Culloch, asst. secretaryg Fred Aprati, 1st vice-presidentg Bob Dahl, treasurerg Sandy Painter, secretary. Moser, Rich Cunningham, Dennis Hale, William Guzaski, Sherry Kosek. Row 4: William Smith, Dick Hough, John Armstrong, Roger Eagan, Dick Strahl, Terri Bessinger. 157 HONORS DAY. Seniors in caps and gowns were an impressive sight. Theyvfilled' the gym floor. Honors Day and Flag Day are as traditional to Thornton as the T-bench. The Flag Day ceremony revolves around, quite obviously, the National F lag. Honors Day was the first time seniors Were allowed to wear their graduation robes. lt was the start of the build-up of all the many activities leading to com- mencement. Honors Day was anxiously and fearfully awaited by both juniors and seniors alike. lt was the day that recognition was given for scholastic and athletic achievements. Also, winners of college scholarships and appointments were announced. Most of all, how- ever, it was the day that names of new members of National Honor Society were made public. Honors Day and Flag Da -then SENIOR NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY. Front: Gerrie Vlfalczak, Erika Leidinger, Joan Conlan, Darlene Mulder, Carolyn Hartwig, Sharyn Boudreau, Sharon Sheahan, Ellen Massoth, Judy Hoffman, Leslie Johnson, Linda Kee. Row 2: Pat Walters, Martha Hillman, Karen Carraro, Karen Brunke, Fran Bielecki, Adelle Cook, Era Wheeler, Carole Boitnott, Judith Krecek, Eileen O'Brien, Peggy Nash, Margaret Ahern. Row 3: Penny Vanderlinden, Diane Banovich, Bar- bara Jahn, Wfarren Letzsch, Sue Shemerdiak, John Knight, Dave Ducat, Roger Weseloli, Kenneth Konsoer, Williani Christiaanse, Linda Moravek, Judy Hutter, Doris Bradford. Row 4: Betty Jankowski, Judith Mahl, Ruth Bischof, Marcia Nees, Richard Tesar, Robert Dodson, Karen Greiner, Janet Propper, Patricia Lee, Marlene Puchal- ski, Martha Starks, Nancy Dtmlap. Row 5: Allen Dehnert, Donna Whitlock, Cheryl Dado, Terry Downing, John Fyler, Merry Ring, Cheryl Manderino, Ellen LaVette, Sue Karsten, Sandra Anders, Sue Amberg, Fred Langenberg, Karlene Ertl. Row 6: Ted Czech, Stephen Twining, Jim Lange, Joan Pavelin, Mary Lou Falica, Dorothy Miller, Arlene Shapiro, Mickey Wadolny, Nancy Fraser, Joyce Buell, Judy Ryktarczyk, Valerie Ludewig, Tony Quinzi, Pamela Mott. 158 F LAC DAY. Traditionally a Thornton ceremony, Flag Day is one of the most important affairs of Cornmencement Week. Graduation climaxed Senior year The day of days had arrived. Happiness and a bit of sadness walked with the Thornton graduates. They were going away from four years of study and hard work. But of course, there were also the memories of good times and happy experiences. Commencement began with the processional of the graduates. There were remarks hy Mr. Henry Van- denberg, president of the Board of Education, by Dr. J. D. Logsdon and Mr. O. W. Renfrew, and hy two student speakers who discussed class views on their past and future. Mrs. Harms presented the seniors to Dr. Logsdon and diplomas were awarded. Then came therecessional. With this gesture, the class of 1962 vanished as Thornton seniors and the class of 1963 took their place as head of the student body. COMMENCEMENT. All seniors look forward to it but when it finally arrives, they are sad. Jerry Adams Linda Adams Irene Alcala Ernestine Allison Carol Alsip Anne Amsden Albert Anderson Melvyn Anderson Paul Anderson Fred Aprati Penny Archer Susan Archer SENIORS Joyce Armor John Armstrong Suzanne Armstrong William Atkins Gayle Aurand Richard Backlin Charles Bacon James Baker Clifford Barg Glenn Beardsley Sam Belmonti Robert Bender Pamela Bennett Paul Bentley Don Berglind Tom Berry 6 1 1 Y 6 ji V SENIORS Jim Borris Terry Borys Donna Boulden Beverly Bourkard Barbara Bowes Winston Bowman Edward Briggs Kenneth Brooks Wanda Brown Rebekah Bruhn Mary Buckner George Bukwa Russell Bukwa Leslie Burgess Karon Burk Guy Burkeen Q-'43 Terri Bessinger Edward Bishop Daniel Bissonnette Gail Blais Regina Blake Dennis Blank Judy Dave Blankenburg Jayne Blessing Bloomquist Judy Bobonick James Bogash Deanna Bohlick I' W- '57- in ef-. ,L Jy. ,,Y ,, I xg., e "-sas . hr' Jr ja' ' :, -:- fe . 35 , ,S . .U of f f ,. , .7 , V if ,E -P' 4 x I' i f Q 1- u m' . .- ., .. .. -, J V .:.:.s,mfg.::L:,.l -'-1:-2 vv:gigf:g.:s:: :zu - I' 4' 1, 7, 449 , ,v- - 4 I psf m . 'fam 'ST Q' P fav , Q N, , ' 'J , ve P 5 ' ,xl if , , 55 ,I1.jsa,wm, , ,F , .gs Arthur Burton Sharon Burton Jim Bush Ronald Butts Faye Cagle Gerald Cagle Diane Carlock Barbara Carlson Beverly Carlson Maryanne Carlson Bruce Carter Oliver Carter SENIORS Jane Cecconi Christine Cent Donna Cerino Ed Cermak Bernadine Cerny Judith Chesser Geox-gi Chlebicki Leif Christensen Herman Christopher Domxa Cienkus Leon Clark Beverly Clavio Roy Clay Jane Clem Ehner Clemons John Cloutier Nancy Cook Richard Cooley Emma Cooper Don Cravens Bonnie Crawford Yvonne Crayton Thomas Crew Carole Crosby Jerry Crowder Richard Cuhalchini Andy Cubbon Richard Cunningham SENIORS Marceljne Curtiss Robert Dahl Terry Dal Cason Quillie Dampier Beverly Danielwicz Ronald Davison Dick Dawson James Dawson Wayne Dekens Dennis Delanty Gloria Delia Violet De Mick Edward Denson Ron Denson Diane Devin Sherry deVries f""-iii. I ,, .1 'R' A y i I , - '4 X 1 n 'EF' "'-59' Fred Ehlert Sharon Ekhoff Sue Ellis Lanette Ellison Paulette Ellison Carol Erickson Janet Erickson Sarah Etheridge Albert Ewan Nick Falica Ruth Farmer Lynn Fascia Judy Ferguson Jim Fetsis Dennis Fillippo Bob Fisher T? 6-1 Sheila Divekey William Dorner Margaret Dow Todd Downing Sallie Doyle Evelyn Dunnam James Dunne Roger Eagan Sheila Eagan Harold Eason Tom Eckert Rohert Edwards SENIORS df- 'SB' w 4 '55 "N 'EGPQT if . 4 3 l 1 ' Yi ' f ffl 5. 5' ,. W x , I, "..L'19a 'ZS 'E . 3 x Vx wr' 1 ' w , , SENIORS Lois Gall -. ' Joe Garbacz pg A fr Nancy Garrison Sharon Gaulager y i ' , Beverly George Pat George Sandra Geschke Don Gibson Nancy Gibson J Ronald Gibson Charles Goedtke Millie Golaszewski ' ' Paul Flaherty Carole Flynn Robert Forbes Steve Forbes Ed Foster Joe Foster Barbara Foulks Cheryl Frank Geraldine Franklin Connie Fulmer Edna Funtall Charles Gaines , R4 ' 1. Ann Golden Ellen Goley William Goodwin Kathy Graefen XXX 'WN Tom Hansen Deirdre Harper Anna Harrill Priscilla Harris Sandra Haslet Clifford Hawkins Thelma Hayes George Hedke Tom Heimlich Pamela Hellman Barbara Helsly Ron Hickinhotham Delores Hill Holly Hoebel Gary Holmes Margo Hopman YQ! , yi J, E rg J I Jim Graff Winifred Graham Steven Gramenz Renee Green James Gress John Groeneveld Bill Guzaski Curt Hahn Dennis Hale Gary Halley Kay Hanks Pat Hannon SENIORS Dick Hough Robert Hudson Richard Hutchings Barbara Irzyk Nancy Jack Julie Jacks Eddie Jackson Edythe Jackson Iara Jackson Leroy Jackson Overton Jackson Sharyn Jacohsma SENIORS Shirley Jacobson Janice Janocha Darlette Jaques Sharon Jarog Delbert Jennings Michael Jerding Frank Jerz Howard Jerz Dennis Johnson Helen Johnson Karen Johnson Morris Johnson Richard Johnson Ronald Johnson Joseph Jones Roger Jones as Vurnice Jordan Marilyn Jostes Beth Jurate Pat Kaeghein Irene Kalesnekoff Janet Kaleta Ronald Kalish Sharon Kaminski Elaine Kavelaras Jane Kavis Janice Kavis John Keefe SENIORS Dennis Kempfer Jean Kennedy Shirley Kennedy James Kent Michael Kerr Carol King Eleanor King Bill Kirkby Walter Knapp Robert Kniaz Dennis Kogut Elaine Kolenda Marilyn Koneck Sherry Kosek Richard Kotara Judith Krause SENIORS Susan Lavorene Laura Lee Learmouth Carmen Lendi Ron Lendi William Le Valley Herman Lewis Joan Licina Eugene Lindell Earl Lintner Dianne Liptock 'Linda Lo Bue Penne Lohman Lois Lohse Matt Lojas Ellen Lotz Paul Lucas 'Ze Gordon Krick Karen Krummick Dennis Krygowski Mary Kwasny Virginia Lambert Joan Lamphear George Lane Carol Lanham ' Bill Larkin Lon Larson Judith La Rue Marilyn Lau 59 1 A rx 01' John Lynch Nancy Lynn Linda Lyon Rose Macander Carol Maczka Martin Maher Barbara Malvin Joe Mancuso Bob Mandernack Joanne Mangnus Pamela Mann Tina Maranto SENIORS Robert Marek Arthur Marionneaux Susan Markee Wayne Marley Karene Marshall Linda Martin James Massick Marion Mathews Craig Maxwell Calvin Mays Frank McCaleb Rosemary McCarthy Dave McChristie Joan McCulloch Cammie McDaniel Bill McGowan Sandy McKeska John McKiblJen Maria McKinzie William Medley Michael .Michalski Sonja Michor Robert Middleton Barbara Mikos Barbara Miller Dennis Miller Michael Miller Roger Miller SENIORS Inez Mitchell Julius Mitchell Joellyn Morris Vicki Moser Richard Mrozek Ronald Mrozek Larry Muehring Fred Muller Robert Murdock Marilyn Natzke Jean Nelson John Newberg Cynthia Nieckula Vicki Nieckula Ralph Niemann Bonnie Norton fx Ethel Palmer Kathleen Panichi Jeff Parham Hattie Patterson Trudy Patterson Gloria Paul Nancy Pavlak Judith Peerbolte Gail Perkins Janice Perry Tom Peters William Peters Joanne Peterson Frank Petkus Ed Pettice Jim Pew Richard Novotny Bolo Oehmke Tom Oestmann Sharon Oldaker Effie Oliver Ursula Olling Gail Olson Don Osberg Linda Ott Sandra Pacholik Sandra Painter Irene Pala SENIGRS Harold Phillips Rosemary Philpot Dan Plucinski Ed Podgorski Janice Podulka Bill Pogue Reuben Poindexter Barbara Polo Marilyn Pomp Veronica Poremba Janice Pouilly Lorna Propes SENIORS David Pruett Willie Pruitt Mari Quinn Robert Rabidoux Willy Randle El Barbara Rayford Norman Read Emma Redmon Tom Renner Fred Reyelts Beverly Ribando Nancy Richards Nancy Riddle Richard Rinearson Michael Rizzuti Edjuana Roberts Stephen Sachs Shirley Sailors Diane St. Pierre Donna Salvage Pat Sampognaro Karen Sanford Mary Saska Barbara Schindler Judy Schippits Nancy Schlueter Tom Schmall Susan Schneiter James Schnering Howard Schoenleben Jerri Scholz . Lois Schroeder Brian Robertson Richard Robinson Carol Romba Renee Romba Ken Rosolowski Betty Ross Isla Rothenhoefer Edward Rotkvie Dorothy Rowe Donald Rozek Richard Ruble Terry Rutherford SENIORS 0-v 1' V 5 w if X 47---In :. 1 V - it ' ju SENIORS Margaret Siville Dennis Slager Gail Smith Ronald Smith Stephen Smith William Smith Allen Smits Sandra Snow Susan Snyder Barbara Sobucki Sandy Spangler Michelene Spens Pat Spoor Claristine Staples Carole Stark Joe Stephen Barbara Schurr James Scott Susanne Seehausen Lorraine Selk Barbara Sells Carole Severs John Seville Jerry Shearer Bobby Siller Thomas Silzer Janet Simnick Altheida Sims .ts,:M,f , 4, 5- ., - ps RFQ Vern Stephen Harold Stephens Barbara Sterkowitz Judy Stone Richard Strahl Roberta Stroh Arthur Studenroth Joel Sullivan Bette Sumega Edward Sumner May Sundherg Nikki Sundberg SENIORS P'- Velma Squttles Roger Sutton Edward Swanson Larry Swarens Donald Sweeney Rosemarie Swietlik Barbara Taylor Paula Taylor June Teeter Douglas Terandy Minnie Thomas Doris Thompson l Candy Thornton Carol Timmann Pamela Tompkins 1 i Donna Torrence SENIORS Mildred Vetterick Sherry Viehwig Bill Walczak Rita Walencik Delores Walker Joseph Ward Joe Warnell 1 Norman Warns Peter Wasilkoff Glenn Weaver Jack Webb Les Webb Rich Weise Joe Weisgerber Peter Wells Sylvia Wheatley if!! Ann Towns Bill Trykall Robert Turek Riley Turner Diane Unser Ronald Vallow Willianl Vanderbok Lois Van Dommelen Vickie Van Eck Cary Van Laningham Margie Varner William Velon l u gm 'SIE' ...JN fbi l Gordon Wfhite l Kenneth Wiegand Tom Wfilliams l Margaret Wilson ,fn Jerry Yadron Janice Yates Joyce Yatsak Susanne Zahler Caryl Zeimetz Carol Zmuda Sandy Zuithoff N Arnold Zweifel Shirley Zablocki Ronald Hahn SPRING PROM. A calm Buda presides over enchanted dancers. 'af' 1, , FV: J x 3 4 1 fl I "', g li N, PROM. Bill Dorner and Bob Dahl greet in-coming couples, like Joyce Yatsak and Pat Kaegbein, at the gates of Shangri-La. 46Shangri-Law was theme of 1961 spring prom M, 1 .1 ..-.Km S? . L 'X "N"-..,,, -, Q PROM. Couples enter Shaugri-La-Glenn Beardsley, Jane McGeath, Karene Marshall, Bob Smith. SUPPER after the Prom-Steve Wentz, Ruth Bischof, Bob Stone, and Nancy Garrison. 179 m n 'l w , 1 ww fi P 7 H , V55 lil' 'f A7 al PEP STUNT-Lee Anderson, Mary Jane Celehuoki, Bill Guzaski, Sue Mason. DANCE STUNT in pantomime-Plain Jane K Sandy Paint erj and Bob Dahl. ROYALTY-John McKibben, Donna Torrence, 1961 king and queeng Sharon Boudreau, Bob Caress, re- turning royalty f1960J. SPECIAL UNIT. An overloaded jalopy is a humorous note in the parade. 180 ,, .eh . een "H ' 5' .- . 2.. "N ... . . K? ' X J... .Ax W ,Q , M H K :ll .11 .. 4 Il, Q , D ' +115 ' O ' DANCE CHAIRMEN. Seated: Sandy Zuitoff, Sandy Painter, Madeline Rage, Jean Edelhoefer, Nancy Jack. Standing: Bob Dahl, Fred Harris, Wayne Mar- ley, Sue Dwyer, Joe Jones, Lois Schroeder, Dan Smith, Bob Edwards, Gary Halley. Seniors helped to make a success of Homecoming FLOAT by Key Club makes a good target. w,--.4 ' 4 , . , at lux . jnw E511 73325 . ix .-is If 11, ' E -' 1 JL' -1' W 'Y ,f ii: ,. ff-A - fe i . , 1 A r, ' I Do OFFICERS. Row 1: John Godwin, Asst. T .g Cl ' E k 2 d Vice-Pres.g Bill Norby, lst Vice-Pres. Rozlwegi Sueoldgsyci Slilirgsildenllg Sue MHSOH, Treasurerg .loan La Rue, Secretaryg Sue Dwyer Asst Secretary. 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' 2 ,,, 5 Y , V l 5 1 I I g- 1 ,Q ,Q A , 'S' l uw 5? nr.. Q' KJ 1 r ..., W' M, A H 3, 11 Nu , , , " E' ' A K ,. , x f f 4 N57 f , X -"MF'Vb"-Q L M Nm N , 4 p 4 P we W w Vit. mm" J: ' .f in W L In g if '. V nl? l 7 Q Aj' J , . 7, A! 1 'Ig Y rum - ,ma Wag J' J-'W uw' 2 . ff' .W . l 5 is l -A , ' - 3 u. 'aku gr Alia Donna Cienkus models a swim suit and jacket in the Senior style show at the Freshman Stand-Up. ' 4 X H . :" ller Wilson " K W 'W' V4 Lauren Winebrenner l uffj L' f gg- e M v j , T' James Withvott '1 ' 'dl' N ' ,- H1 J f Bill Wojtarzlowski H :L ,X , . QQ Robert Wojtallowski L lv 'A X' VA X it Crystal Wolf " H ,H 'xx 'i - Patricia Wood K EEE ll , "Ma 51 ll if "Y Barbara Wright f - we e 5.-3 w 1 p David Wright g,f'13?'!' f 'L' Qs 5 Carole Wrobel ' ,, K 'W ' sh f A - :fx ,, V , Ellen Young ' W ,X , , Q' Q Q , 1 4, X Joseph Zaksas Diana Zirkle Thornton irls Becky Bruhn wears the bridal gown in the show. initiated newcomers to TTHS Laurie Noetzel, Florence Rogers, Barbara Wright check tags for the party. Hostesses entertained visitors from other schools, TTHS faculty in the Girls Club room afterwards. Deanna Bolnick models a pajarna party outfit. 195 H 5 am , lrilaaffiwi I I1i"."' Eiga? ri , 1 if l' 1 X, ' Z M, E v 1' I Mr. Hightower, sopho- more couuselor, talks with Sharon Cox. OFFICERS. Row 1: Alexis Groebe, Asst. Secretary, Michael Hayes, lst Vice-President, Gail Spangler, Asst. Treasurer. Row 2: Art Rhodes, President, Dan Keller, Treasurer, Janet Pala, 2nd Vice-President. Sophomores felt they reall belonged Q ,-74rPQ1 ,2f i l flmg . I fffij' -" f' A ! N, . -Q James Abbot, Gary Aldridge, mfg, 1 if , 1 ' Q A Lorraine Allen, Norvin Allen, ffl A 3 i 1' ,. ff V. -: f Leroy Allgood, Learline Allison, 7 r , K T ' I1 Pearline Allison. mil -- H" Willy , X, ll , 5, " in ,' T- K - Rm -f ni gf' f' "T er-,fag 'w 5, 5 y ,sim-Ii, ,-,, 2 -f ' 'T, ' Tiki' , -Qi " I, ' ' z ,J ""' "" . ' Bernadette Anderson, Bob gf E 5 f , , ifi w gfx - P ,Q 1. Anderson, Carole Anderson, W , ,. WH! mgggwggi 5, erson, Kathleen Anderson, W :A ' r ex' " ff "nf ," N K H ' 4 -I Marcia Andrews. QU -1. . im. "'.:?ff, - A . e 'fl ! I WL, .f fi H., El' 5 if llwlnliil-all B A T B K r '22 'bf' 'Q g f' :lf - ji , , 'ff ' . Q 4' 5 , ij! Y Charles Arnungton, J1m Armor, "4 3 ll- l ', ,X , Mike Atkinson, Keith Aurand, 'M f .V l Andrew Babiarz, Carol Bac, ggg ' fn lille fi B h . Ay: I Ya l ,R A , Susan ac man . - . A .fifi l M 'l xx ul: ' A 1- J gnffff D " ' "' ' Qi -inte'-3 Y 1 'A '- 9 i I j V, 11" '51 .ll . X l ge- Q ' 1, Judith Backlin, Barbara Bailey, If ,li :jj '- "gf" ' AR Rosita Bailey Helen Baker, , k' ,ll :': "-f,w..j' 13 ,"' l Marshall Baker, Richard Ball, 1 - ra fi W' , 'H ll'-an H 1 ,ur f id" . i n .. , ,u . :gi-, iw gw Wu m 4 -Q .xr W E um. fam Im ui Elleen Banks' ' .--,,x zriwr- v., , --Q'-.'L,-5,x,F','rf7,, 5. 'A 196 William Barcikowski, Gary Barker, Leigh Barker, Eugene Barringer, Gregory Barrons, Nancy Barry, Katherine Bar- tosh. Judith Bartoszek, Ruth Batten- burg, William Baumgartner, Michael Bean, Barbara Beattie, Edward Becker, Larry Beeman. David Bell, Jane Bell, Thomas Beno, John Bentley, Barbara Bernas, Sharon Bernas, Shelton Best. Christine Bihhins, Roberta Bib- hins, Sue Binnie, David Bishop, Caroll Bitters, Robert Blackmon, Mari Blakemore. Beverly Blank, William Blank, Christine Blatt, Betty Blink, Nancy Bloomquist, Judy Bodie, -Darlene Bolduc. Katie Bond, Sherry Bonnema, Melvin Bonner, Emerson Bouch- ard, Nancy Bouchard, Louis Boudreau, Faye Bracken. Donald Bradford, Robert Brad- shaw, Anna Brandon, Ronald Bratcher, Nancy Breed, Janet Breivogel, Beverly Bridges. Judith Bridges, Carol Brintnall, Bonita Briscoe, Leroy Brody, Richard Brow, Bruce Brown Ester Brown. 7 Jan Brown, Cheryl Bruckner, Thomas Buell, Daniel Bukwa, Carol Bultman, Roger Bur- goyne, William Burk. Robert Burns, Sharon Burress, Cheryl Busch, Joann Bush, Eleanor Buttrom, William Byt- nar, James Cade. SOPHOMORES 197 SOPHOMORES 1 -W I V l iii r -A-, Q Fl lil ' 51551 fl ' li til r I 'W C WWW J . 5 7 - , ,,,, ,M ,,.., ,,,,.,,, M J W- , f -C , . , , ,, ,. V J , it f , , , . J, .. ' up , id ff, V 5, V T' . A "f e J .ff N 'iii , ,Ulf ' F' " ,, 1 :j"v , ,Y ,,,H.ms, 1 H, it Ulf, it 11, w"A,',' it i, ,QQ Mill, A, i e il . ii , -. , i , , L J 1 r . f, I fl' l ' ,gl-fig ' eij ild T ""' ' TVTV Cfi ' P' ,, ll rr' ,-Y , , fi ,, 'A , , - - , ,, , o il it ,Q if at ,s i- , A . v 1 fl ' ' w ' , V .-. , . , 2. .ev 1' . ,V my 5 , LHR'-7, Fil 2, F5 My 5 QE: y aaa sl if Magis V vgiep' an-1 I 1. . ' ' l J rf l A 7 ,, ' X, ,f, . , 1. ma i. I i 1 we ' Q W , ,. in .- an , J V' A , Z tp Q42 '1' Z2 'lf WA 4 I i f ' , 4 , f ' "NEW ' J ' ll if Q:- X .sl P -N fa- i l 198 , Q, HW l J 5 Mei ,K QL, , , '. It h .,: : jsizis, N ""' 't ggiiaaiiigiii:-.gh ,.,:.a LYY9 rg J, , ya , as l 44,1 9 ff , N FTW.: G. gi V! ' xii- r e T A v ' fi if , H J ' l l ii ' ,, - i ' fe W ' 1 at 211 - 1 it , km Phyllis Caldwell, John Callahan, Bernard Callender, Carolyn Campbell, Patsy Campbell, James Capolillo, William Ca- proni. Brent Carlock, Leslie Carlson, Kenneth Carlton, Tony Carr, Nikki Carrano, Paul Carraro, Henry Carter. Nancy Carvelli, Nancy Cary, Mary Cassata, James Cauley, Linda Cavanaugh, Mary Cele- bucki, Lynne Centers. Cheryl Ceres, Carol Chapman, Herdestine Charleston, John Chiaramonte, Karen Chick, Antonia Christopher, Jackie Christy. Bernard Claybrooks, Richard Clayton, Mary Clem, Rudy Cle- mons, Tyrus Cobb, Teddy Cock- rell, James Cole. Lawrence Cole, Robert Coleman, Vernon Coleman, John Collins, Gayle Connant, William Conley, Duane Conrad. David Convery, Bill Cook, David Cook, Andrea Coppock, Michael Corcoran, Bob Covert, Edward Cowen. James Cox, Sharon Cox, Pat- ricia Crabtree, James Craft, Karen Crane, Mike Cravens, Sharon Crawford. Susie Cross, Gloria Crowder, Todd Cubbon, Terry Culver, Phyllis Curtiss, Patricia Cypress, Cynthia Czernik. Betty Dahlberg, William Dan- iels, Pat Danrich, Sam David, Renee Davidson, Carol Davis, Jack Davis. Ll James Davis, Kenneth Davis, Rayhourn Davis, James De Am- brose, Frank De Bose, Charles Deckelman, Fred De Lapp. Clifford De Mick, Theodore Denning, Daryl Deverick, Pau- lette De Young, Charles Dhonau, Karen Diddia, Cynthia Dom- browski. Dennis Donnellan, Nancy Doran, Marge Dreesen, Diane Dright, James Duck, Russell Dudeck, Joseph Dukes. Sherry Dunbar, Noel Dunn, James Durish, Dennis Dutell, Patricia Ebersohl, Bennell Ellis, Constance Ellison. Ray Elmore, George Elmos, Kathy Enright, Ruth Erickson, Sharon Etheridge, Kenneth Ethridge, Brenda Evans. Robert Eylander, David Fahr- ner, Linda Faller, Linda Farmer, Marina Farra, Margaret Fied- ler, Rosemary F illippo. Carolyn Fisher, Mary Fitzgerald, Lawrence Fleury, Carol Flores, William Forbes, Susan Fox- worthy, Linda Frahm. Ronnie Fraker, Bob Fraley, Carol Frederick, Harry Fred- erick, Barbara Freese, Bill Frei- wald, Edwina Fulton. John Funtall, Suzanne Fussay, Donna Galloway, Judith Gard- ner, William Gardner, Joseph Garner, Nancy Gaskins. Jack Gates, John Gavin, Rich- ard Gavin, Rose George, Peter Geraci, Cheryl Geschke, Cheryl Gibson. SOPHOMORES it uf 'A vu Fw 3 l fa 1 5 f W 6 ' tl DBA 1 . 1 1 l I If l 9 lil it X i J i cl .7 . I I l xff .. I lt l HL YN! , , W ig 5 muy- 'N . ,.a M y if -, 'J tw 199 SOPHOMORES U J Y Q ,Jia E ,M Lv, is , i Q77 I ' 'vw ' Q ' rwaar - . e r" , 5 JV' 'N , ,s , .V HJ, .fr Aw I! xl - A a J l 200 Carol Girken, Shirley Glass, Robert Glazbrook, Spencer Golden, Julie Goldman, Walter' Golec, Sandra Goletz. Jackie Goodpaster, Gaynelle Goodwin, Stephen Goodwin, Delores Gordon, Joann Gorski, Karen Grossett, Sharon Gros- sett. Judith Gouwens, Joseph Grae- ber, Mike Graff, Richard Gra- ham, Ronald Gramenz, Eldrige Grant, James Grant. Nancy Grant, Frances Graves, Janet Gray, .lohnetta Gray, Michael Green, David Griffin, Oliver Griffin. Robert Griffith, Carol Griffiths, Daniel Grigsby, Robert Gris- Wold, Alexis Groebe, Pat Gros- field, Mary Grotenhuis. Gloria Grove, Roger Grucel, Patricia Grzybowski, Marilyn Guaccio, Clara Gunus, Eddie Gwiazda, Kattie Haddon. Rebecca Haggert, Iria Hamil- ton, Sherry Hammonds, Paula Hanks, Gary Harders, William Hardlannert, Charles Hardy. Michael Hargesheirner, Jo Helen Harrison, Jim Harroun, Gwen- dolyn Hassell, Linda Hastings, Charles Hatke, Judith Hawke. Eldridge Hawkins, Mark Hayes, Michael Hayes, Gwendolyn Heath, Nancy Hedin, Eileen Heffner, Richard Heino. Patricia Hendren, Toni Henry, John Hernandez, Edward Hice, Thomas Highly, Joyce Hill, Ver- non Hill. Paul Hillman, Russell Hirsch- man, Calvin Hodges, Robert Hoekstra, Andrea Hoffman, Carol Hoffman, Bonnie Hof- mann. Michael Hoover, Cheryl Hop- per, Tom Hubing, Gloria Hut- ton, Sharon Ippel, Andrew Irby, Gloria Irby. Barbara Jackson, Blanche Jack- son, Gwendolyn Jackson, Judith Jackson, Lulabell Jackson, Rob- ert Jackson, Cynthia J ankowski. David J anosz, Lily J aunich, Madie J efferson, Lesley J elinek, Ronald J elinek, 'Lynette J ellena, Dawn Jeray. Diane J eske, Carol Johnson, Darnell Johnson, General John- son, Sandra Johnson, Kathleen Johnston, Betty Jones. David Jones, Donald Jones, Flora Jones, Joyce Jones, Patri- cia Jones, Sandra Jordon, Pamela Joyner. Jennie Kala, Sharon Kane, Efrosine Kanellakes, Dennis Kaptain, Arlene Karnafel, Ed- ward Kauffman, Britt Kaur. ,Diane Kavelaras, Dan Keller, lGloria Kemp, Florence Ken- nedy, Otis Kensey, Charles Keys, Linda Keys. Stanley Kiepura, Lillie Kinds, Betty King, Christine King, Melville King, Evelyn Kirkby, Ann Kirkeeng. Douglas Klaviter, Edward Klein, Patricia Knowles, Thomas Koel- ling, Gloria Konkol, Sherry Koopman, Linda Kooyenga. som-lomonss i 1 1 il 1 l V, 1:1.1--- . A F 1 1 'K ' I ll 1 ' 5, 1 EW' v J 1111 ' ,' 11. . 4 5 14 ' ll is EMI. U 'f' 1 if..!q"vQg , - .. 5 . -,1 H, ,AA -,.-. 11, ':-r -:'-' by I 2 I P K :a iz ' uf Nu 1. V -.. V 202 1I..w. . Wig . iii -,ft-1. 1 A 1 cl 1111- Jeff 'ff--1 ' Hs: 'E' , . ,!' ' :, J gf' isz- -'in .,, - - -' Y ?J . ' I L ' I 1' ' .', '-A. ' b e , 111 1,3 . 1:51 , , 1- ' 1: . -', 1: 5: Pm Z JJ., , . ..,.., . 1 , , Y . .- -1 EM f, - .-,WF in 11x W, 11 L-Y , m1n1111 1 + 1 Ai 3 S-.1 l , ., . 1 W1 111 " ,., .ll-111,1"' mm. '. W, x .f. ., 'l"'11, 1 n 11' V 1 "'11"" 1ii,"f"x W, Q' , J y e vi i. .1 dl , 111-1 -- w 1 'E ia:v?1i1-L' J 3 l uxa W ' 1 1 I ,, K I ' PSHE! If 'Y ', 4 , Q1 1 H F' H, I1 l-. ,1w,'11, ' "',z'1 ' I M -AA v. ,,- , MIB? Q". .A 'Aw Vicky Kosek, Carol Kozak, Judy Krachey, J oe Krawiec, Susan Kresl, James Krol, Raymond Krol. Leonard Kucharzyk, Richard Kurz, Marsha Kut, Joan Kuta, Sue Kutscher, Velvie Kyle, Donna Ladd. Alice Lamacki, Roberta Lamp, Ronald Landers, Dianne Lan- dowski, Gregory Landowski, Laura Landry, Walter La Plante. Gregory La Pointe, Susan La Pointe, Robert Larkin, Don Lassen, Steve Latham, Nancy Lauhe, Jeffery Lavette. Thomas La Vorene, Marcia Leake, Michael Leake, Thomas Learmouth, Kenneth Lee, San- dra Lee, Peggy Leeper. Raymond Lentz, .loanne Le Volis, Ed Levon, Lauren Lewis, Leo Lewis, Donna Licina, Joe Licina. Mark Lilley, Victor Lindsay, Cheryl Linker, Essie Lloyd, Sharon Lofberg, Dennis Lojas, Beverly Long. Randy Long, David Lucht, Sharon Lucas, Patricia Ludewig, Sandra Luxton, Gloria Luzar, Helen Lyman. Donna Lyons, Alan Mackiewicz, Rich Maher, Rosemary Maher, Diane Mahone, Geraldine Mai- sura, Linda Maka. Linda Malvin, Bobby Mance, Chuck Mangum, Carol Mann, John Manning, Beverly Marion- neaux, Gerry Marsh. Beverly Marshall, Pearl Mar- tin, Jim Matthies, Judith Mat- thies, Michael Matuska, Michael Mayden, Kathie Mayerchik. Judith Mazurek, Bruce McCarl, George McClarence, Janet Mc- Corry, Anna McCoy, Bruce McEwan, Margo McGathey. Walter McGehee, Shirley Mc- Ginnis, Carol McGuire, Wayne McMillen, Robert McMorris, Victor Meder, Franlin Merritt. Judy Mershon, Stephen Mey, Maurine Michelson, Melodie Middleton, Marcia Mikenas, Barbara Miller, Carole Miller. Daniel Miller, Richard Miller, Sharon Miller, Vernis Mims, John Mitchell, Lavonna Mitch- ell, William Mitchell. Christine Mol, Emmett Monroe, Cynthia Moore, Danny Moore, Karen Moore, Judith Moran, John Moravek. Terri Moreland, Earlean Mor- gan, Noel Morgridge, George Morisette, Carl Morris, Darlene Morris, Sharon Mosel. Alan Mossell, Nancy Muehring, Diane Mulawka, Lester Munson, Laurine Munter, Carey Mur- dock, David Mussa. Eleanor Myers, William Myers, Zema Myers, Vickie Nagin, Rose Naleway, Patrick Nape, Roger Nargis. Charles Navarre, Alyce Naw- racaj, Anelia Nees, Barbara Newgren, Dianna Nicholson, Mary Noah, Catherine Noe. som-loMoREs 203 SOPHOMORES 204 Richard Noetzel, Linda Norton odeu Nutall, Jim Nyelwlf, Patj ricia O'Brien, Gail O'Conne1l Beverly Older. 7 John Oliver, Judith Olson, Thomas Opatik, Mary Orlando, Ruth Orman, Daniel Osika, Marjorie Otten. Jeanne Overtoom, Paul Owens, Regina Pacholik, Janet Pala, Anne Palmer, Edward Panozzo, Sherry Paradise. Mildred Parker, Reginald Park- er, Sherry Parker, Carol Parkes, Carole Parks, Judy Parmley, Judith Parsley. Larry Partin, Ronnie Parton, Barbara Patrick, Lynne Patten, Johnnie Patterson, Bobby Pat- ton, Ronald Pavlowski. Margaret Payne, Michael Pecka, Thomas Perkowski, Alan Perl- man, Sharon Perricci, Carol Perry, Suzanne Perry. Kathryn Peterson, Leslie Peter- son, Lisl Peterson, Maggie Peterson, Patrick Petrow, Cyn- thia Pettinga, Emma Phillips. Marcia Phillips, Marilyn Phil- lips, Mary Phillips, John Phil- pot, Judy Philpot, Lawana Piernas, Marie Plazewski. Daniel Pleckham, Jack Plucin- slci, Gerald Pniewski, ,Karen Podgorski, John Podulka, Carl Pohrte, Donald Polanski. Jim Polka, Linda Prater, Pat- ricia Prater, William Preston, Wayne Priddy, Shaun Propper, Phillip Pryor. Walter Przyhysz, Henry Pucik, Penelope Pugh, Allan Pynakker, Vincent Radice, Gary Rainey, James Randol. Claude Ransom, David Ransom, Laurel Rasplica, Gregory Ray, Judith Ray, Patricia Ray, Rob- ert Read. Arthur Rebliz, Williemae Red- mond, Arletha Reed, Janice Reeks, Carole Rehherg, Susan Rehherg, Sandra Reich. Darlene Reidy, Mary Reill, Michael Reilly, Dennis Reis- hich, Darryl Reitz, Pam Rey- nolds, Arthur Rhodes. Patricia Rials, John Rice, Edgar Riddle, Lester Riddle, Elaine Riggins, Maxine Rizzuti, .lean Roberts. Juanita Robinson, David Rol- lins, Roy Roseborough, Carol Ross, Evelynn Ross, Peter Rouse, Marlene Rowlett. J eane Rowls, Lillie Rowls, Paul Rozek, Gretchen Ruhl, David Rush, Robert Russell, Janice Rzah. Mark Saari, Donald Sachnoff, Lorraine Sammons, Mishel San- ders, Lawrence Sanek, John Sanford, Alice Santefort. Michael Saska, Patricia Sauch, Larry Saunders, Donna Sava- geau, James Scales, Kenneth Schiltz, Ronald Schippits. John Schmidtke, Jim Schooler, Bruce Schoeneck, Patricia Schultz, Ronald Schultz, Rosetta Schumpert, Rita Schurr. SOPHOMORES 15- J, K 205 SOPHOMCRES X .1 ,i A !,,J,.-N AEK., -3 j.!1E:,.:. ere ' Q fa if F Num!! v a 5 W F lt w - Jgli -' . ' - E Kg 1 I 4 1 l i Q -, il FL! X ll 5' L V it 1 . Q f:-" BM .. l ,- 'T 1-QQ.: 1 J - A it -A Q W Wit W 206 Keith Schwartzkopf, Sherry Scott, Larry Scoville, Iris Scrut- chions, Dennis Sedlak, Raymond Seely, Virginia Seitz. Ronald Selle, Theresa Sergott, Torn Severs, Garry Shapiro, Gayle Shapiro, ,loan Shaw, Patricia Sheahan. Catherine Shelby, Karen She- merdiak, William Shipper, Judith Sichling, Frederick Sil- ski, Robert Silzer, Tom Simac. Ray Sims, Edna Singleton, Barbara Siville, Jean Sizer, Gail Skiscim, Karen Skowronski, Eva Slaughter. Carol Srnaga, Charles Smed- ley, Alfrieda Smith, Beverly Smith, Donald Smith, Earl Smith, James Smith. Kathleen Smith, Leroy Smith, Paul Smith, Rosetta Smith, Robert Smothers, Michelle Sol- litto, Gail Spangler. James Spangler, Jerry Spar- ger, Bill Spens, Carole Spindler, Dennis Spivey, Imogene Steek- ley, James Steekley. Shelby Steele, Dan Steere, Walter Stein, Ronnie Stepek, Valerie Stepek, Ewing Stephen- son, Nancy Stevens. Jeri Stewart, Norma Stinson, Gregory Stirn, Dennis Stolarek, Gloria Stolarz, Glenn Stone, Donald Strait. Sandra Stringfellow, Kath- erine Strobo, Edward Stroh, Melvin Strong, Linda Stuart, Frances Studenroth, Victoria Suggs. Jack Sutton, Vera Swan, Brenda Swarens, Judith Swea- rengin, Rose Swiderski, Ronald Talaga, Wanda Talbert. Eugene Talley, Terry Thoma, Cheryl Thomas, Terrence Thomas, Barbara Thompson, Michele Thompson, Richard Thompson. Candice Thoren, Ralph Thorn- ton, Patricia Thorstad, Richard Tillman, Mary Tilton, Martha Tocco, Jack Todd. Lynda Toppel, Darlene Train- er, Gerald Tucker, Howard Tucker, Jacqueline Tucker, Frances Turner, Gail Turner. Pat Ustian, Gail Vallow, Ken- neth Vallow, Alan Vander Aa, Joyce Vanderbok, Marilyn Van Etten, Donald Varnadoe. Janet Veile, John Velon, Laura Verkinder, Tom Ver Wey, David Vetterick, Heather Virgin, Elaine Vlach. Dale Voss, James Walsh, Dou- glas Waters, Lynn Warner, James Warren, Bruce Warrer, Paul Waterhouse. Veronica Weglarz, Elaine Wells, Shirley Wells, Ray Wentler, Vickie Wentworth, Diana Wesse, Larry Wesse. Jeffrey Whitaker, Jack White, Karen White, Maria White, Richard White, Robert White, James Whitlock. Howard Whitlow, Eugene Wick- ham, Edwin Wilkens, Karen Wilker, Mike Wilkins, Carolyn Williams, Kathleen Williams. it uf A. fi' Q W, 1 L" MQ . H' Y Il l L , . 4- ." 'Effie' . y i Q., , .I WE' 'n ' P , . !ifI'il2. il ,mu ,- jg' fra f .,., 5 + -rn " l lx .I ll 1 i ,- Wu , , Q, , " 'l, 121: ,f w s .," I Q , ,z A 5 fr" A iir J it lzl All NM l .Lj li l l ia K ,V . g ,.,- SOPHOMORES n , 13 1 1eg':fw 1'w-1 -ggi., -" , r i ' ' I if ff so QZ111 2. 1,- 1' 1 , sf? gf f - fl gig I , ,N--N X I! l 1. 1,311 5 11 lg " ji 1 l gg 1 A fl - ' 2 -- "lf .1 1 1 U ' 1 Q, 11,4 Zkig :- 1 ifagm. , . 4115 li! . " f 'ml Y ' 1' R ' ' - . ' - .1 Av A My le se 1 f2f W1re1 1e1 s is sm 5 wil lf5v" n1 . ' ff I ' - ' 1-1. , , . V 'I lr W SN l1 1 lb rj! lx 1 " Y 1 X X ' 5 111951 l 1 ,so ,,-f.,,.,.s T , 1. , M-, .1 111 , - 1 W ,JE ' 1 I V 1 - 1 ' 1 as 1 -1, I A- 'F' 4, - Q A . 4 1 .. , ,. , . H, , 11211 . 1 f A' 1 l 1 , 4-' -.fa-.v 1 , 1 1-11 ' l f .J ' '3'vf"-1 1 4 D f ,K ... A I. 1 1 11 -f l an ' ' 1 1 5 :sf - E ' 1.'L,,,1,' " l 5 l 1 1 1 I l 14 1 11 X 4- 0 it W .L H 1 6 wc-,ab 11 1 rf ,. 1. , 1 Y sv 0 iEW?1xbX ,Ll 'll C i il ll A. 'if 1 N . if t--1 1---1 o J L - Xi tmtfullfvrii l N 'L 0 I N 1 1 W 1 Q' 1 1 x "W-I 7.1 ' 1'-1 ' ' . ,.-.E .:iL-i'e,,.- . Vzifill' 'blk Q '1'-J if ', Linda Williams, Michael Wil- liams, Sandra Windt, Glen Win- ter, Mary Witt, Edward Woj- tanowski, Stanley Wojtowicz. Emerson Wooden, Walter Wynarczyk, Gary Wyngarden, Charlotte Yarbrough, Chris Young, .lerry Young, Paulette Young. Sue Young, Larue Zanclers, Ted Zawisza, Lorraine Zboreak, Walter Zornig, Joseph Zukau- skas, Norma Zumm. unior stunt for Heaven! Da s was a Vicki Moser found the decorations could be troublesome when she was hurrying. J y y hilarious one. 208 ef' 3' sip FRESHMAN OFFICERS. Front: Georgia Dennis, asst. secretaryg Linda Hall, treasurer. Row 2: Allen Rumba, 2nd vice-presidentg Jane Fyler, K.I.P. board, Ron Romba, president. Raw 3: Michelle Redman, secretary, Mavis Blake, asst. treasurerg Susan Shorts, lst vice-president. Freshmen had plenty of enthusiasm Sharon Abbott, David Abshire, Mary Acquaviva, Mattie Adams Judith Adamson, Edith Al- brecht, Jerome Alexander. Oliver Allison, Candice Alterie, Dennis Altman, Jean Arnberg, Joan Anderson, Jerry Andras, Dennis Andreatha. Royer Andrews, Gayle Arendt, Vincent Arredondo, Carol At- kinson, Anita Austin, Maryl Ayers, Joanne Bashar. Laurie Badis, Donald Baer, Judy Baietto, Cecil Bailey, Aud- rey Baity, Myrtle Baker, Ron- ald Baker. COUNSELOR. George D. Lercher, freshman counselor, talks to Linda Buss and Marilyn Freese, freshman K.l.P. hoard members. ffm' ' or " ' ll f 'nf ' ' 'r ' ' 'f'fYVmW"s"r' 1 V Twin -V I A l . , ig gl - if ' i 'w ' Y" ,.. l il' J" l ii ' it :slit A A .fl f- 4. il jiri, 1 l ,,. JV f ' at 1 Hi,i,..,, Ai- N,,,Vmi 5 . w..H,,imw, w vga , 'H W N in lm. W in L ' .A ffl ,L -i w w J ' ia - '- ' . 1 f. o Q is .. , Q. - i ll ., ' , -11 I ,gy K L Li. I .,.-SQQ. 3' 719,-.V A fi' ef if f QA Ag.- 1"?'l'l s, A ri ff. 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Janet Bittner, David Black, Jim Blackburn, Ednarina Blake, Mavis Blake, Mary Blanchard, Kenneth Blank. Diana Blanke, Linda Blanken- burg, Barbara Blount, Kenneth Boddeker, William Bodry, Den- nis Boers, James Bolden. Donald Bonke, Ronald Bonneau, Sharon Borchelt, John Borden, Robert Bos, Barbara Bosgraaf, Nancy Bosgraaf. Andrea Boswell, Roger Bow- man, Carol Boyer, Sandra Boyle, Marsha Braccio, Tyrone Brackins, Patricia Brand. Richard Brand, James Brandon, Jeffery Bransky, Matthew Brashinger, Jacqueline Bren- nan, Patrick Brewer, Jesse Bridges. Richard Briggs, John Bright, Frances Brink, Glen Brooks, Ronald Brow, Alfred Brown, Jerry Brown. Robert Bryant, William Buch- aus, Dennis Bucholz, Kenneth Buckles, Tedra Buckmaster, Andrew Bukowski, Elliott Bur- dun. Robert Burgess, Anita Burke, John Burleson, Robert Burns, Rodney Burns, Richard Bur- rell, Roger Burrell. Nancy Busch, Richard Bush, Gloria Buss, Linda Buss, John Butler, Patricia Butler, Donald Caldwell. Clifford Camp, Jay Camp, Nancy Campbell, Sandra Camp- bell, Randell Canene, Billie Cantrell, Diane Capolillo. Carla Carlson, Kenneth Carl- son, Larry Carlson, Robert Carlson, Ruth Carlson, Sharon Carlson, Terry Carr. Leandra Carrett, Joyce Carter, Kelton Casey, Margaret Cas- sidy, Bob Cassity, Susan Chat, Kenneth Chick. Richard Childress, Rosemary Chmielewski, Tom Christinson, Karen Chrzastowski, Joan Chudo, Jane Ciambrone, Josh Cienkus. Ronald Cingrani, Herbert Clark, Janice Clark, Carrie Clay, James Clayton, James Clegg, Ronald Cockrell. Isaac Cole, Lee Cole, Ronald Coleman, Tyrone Coleman, Gary Collins, Emily Congo, Virginia Coons. Charles Cooper, William Cooper, Carol Coppenger, Richard Cop- pess, Jacqueline Coppock, Bruce Cornish, William Coston. FRESHMEN :.::,1.ssgsa,,v 1 it 1 E ,- l , - I , Y , .gn-,E -Z A . I , 3, w- fm -f : m ' w w -:,',':a:-it .ear rx' ' -n ' ,..,,.. , , ,, ml' 'W 1 S itil l Ct' - 5-aa, X l E ,N- , H H N W f.. H. mu: 3, I l W llll m' It 4 Lea I li If v' 5 -44 ata: :X , ,alt ,M 5 -, 1- 1. ia? gif' .. Wm 4 Syn, I 'ln' X M ., , ,ng W 1 will X, Q sl W. .Q as V. I, li ,, in N at L 1 , WJ' ' ,. V ' wi yfaimsgfsf ' x , i i X R .. S was M . .l iz- ua' li it? 212 David Cotton, Gregory Covey, Linda Cox, Claudia Craemer, Df1ViCl Craft, .Joyce Crawford, Mary Cross. Earry Crump, Jacqueline Cul- hnane, Jeri Cullinane, Kenneth Culver, James Cunningham, liuth Czarniecki, Donald Czekal- s 1. James Czyl, Valerie Dado, Clau- dette Daniels, Carol Danielson, Margaret Dantin, Torn Dantz- ler, Clifford Danzy. Judy Davis, Karon Davis, Pam- ela Davis, Sharon Davis, Thomas Davis, Willie Davis, Judi Dean. Michael Deany, Jean DeBose, Stanton Delaney, Susan Demp- sey, Fred Dennis, Georgia Den- nis, Wancla Denson. Dorothy DeRidder, David De- Ruiter, Marina DeVoto, Lois DeYoung, Marc DeYoung, Jerry Diehl, Gerald Dodson. Terry Doran, Bonnie Dorner, Nancy Dornhecker, James Dor- sey, Linda Dotson, Sylvester Doyle, Jacqueline Dright. Patricia Drumm, Bonni Duhey, Olcy DuBois, Dolores Ducat, Nathaniel Duckworth, Letrish Dunbar, Gabriel Dunlap. Beatrice Dunn, Walter Dunne, Nancy Dyas, Edward Dye, Shir- ley Edison, Susan Ehlert, Holly Ellis. Lydia Ellis, Darlene Ellison, Carole Emmons, Judy Ephraim, Keith Erickson, Robert Erick- son, David Ewan. David Ezell, Frances Faber, Sandra Falica, Shirley Farlow, Sandra Farmer, Kathy Fascia, John Fattig. James F ehland, Walida Felton, Tony Fesi, Dan Fielding, Janet Fielding, Joan Fielding, Van Fielding. Sheila Fier, John Filipiak, Wil- liam Fillippo, Alice Finlay, Arlene Fisher, Susan Fisher, Elaine Flakes. Dennis Flanagin, Jerry Fleck, Norman Floeckher, Guillermo Flynn, Melvin Flynn, Richard Flynn, Ronnie Forbes. Janellen Forte, Ewing Foulks, Maxine Foy, Robert France, Robert Franklin, Robert Fred- erick, Marilyn Freese. Walter Fremouw, John Frigo, Jane Fyler, Todd Gammill, Susan Ganser, Elliott Gassaway, Lena Gause. Robert Gedzun, Benny Genius, Jacqueline George, Russell George, Clara German, Garry German, Charles Geschke. Mardell Gholson, Spencer Gibbs, Charles Gibson, Ronald Gier- mann, Linda Gifford, Michael Gilbert, James Gillies. Mary Gillmore, Toni Gingotta, Dale Glass, Robert Goley, Lau- rence Goodman, Cheryl Good- win, Charles Gordon. General Gordon, Marilyn Gor- don, Carol Gorlewski, Patricia Goryl, Bruce Graf, Dennis Graff, Laurelle Grant. 11 1 W 111 H 1 1,11 ., l rl! - - , MMR-, I.. . -.. 1 rr' ,1 I 1 an ' I r A 1 ' 4 . N n 11 K X I -J l r' 1111 t.-F 1 , ..f' I sq asf? , W 111 111 . - i 1 k:,- l -fi"J J .. F i,,-,,,,,,, , ,, T w FT., Y- W - v-f1rf--::f?.-:Y-f- - - 1 . , - ' - Y: . 1 ,am '. 1, i 1 , ., - 11 11-. 11111 . lk ':: , , r, 1, I .1 ' 1 , , ,ruin ,,l4i,lfj'ili:', ' FRESHMEN ' -ff 1 'P 1 -ff I lu, wi af 1 1 1- vi'-1 4 we 5 1 1 ,, W., . 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Betty Hice, Eileen Hickin- botham, ,lim Higginbotham, Cheryl High, Bobby Hill, Wil- liam Himel, Marsha Hinkle. Malissa Hinton, Ronald Hinz, Ina Hitchcock, Lawrence Hodapp, Margaret Hoffmeyer, Gwendolyn Holder, Brenda Hoilman. Danny Hoilman, Sandra Holder, Sharon Hollingsworth, Marilyn Holtz, Dennis Hon, Darlene Hoover, Denise Hopper. Nancy Hopper, Charles Houch- ens, .lohn Houts, Alfred How- ard, Sandra Howatt, Nancy Huddlestun, Cobbie Huff. Sandra Huff, Michael Hughes, Patricia Hula, Nathaniel Hurnes, Ceceil Hunter, Pat lvens, Pa- trick lvers. Kathleen Jack, Michael Jack- son, Victor Jackson, Mary Jac- kubowski, Robert Jacobsma, Augustus Jamerson, Marvin Jamerson. Willie James, Norman Jaques, William Jarecki, Susan Jarem- ha, Carol Jay, Patricia Jerding, Paulette Jernigan. Joanne Jerz, Ray Jerz, Andrew Jessen, Lynne Johnsen, Bruce Johnson, Deborah Johnson, Jer- rilee Johnson. Lance Johnson, Larry Johnson, Laurel Johnson, Linda Johnson, Mary Johnson, Randall John- son, Robert Johnson. Sharon Johnson, John J olliff, Adriane Jones, Catherine Jones, Richard Jones, Rosie Jones, William Jones. Barbara Jordan, Jerome Jor- dan, Peggy Jordan, Shelly Jor- dan, Scott Joseph, Robert J ostes, Russell Juleen. August J urek, Marian Kaczmar- ski, Nancy Keanel, Elaine Kar- ras, Chris Karrson, Mary Kar- wacki, Jerome Kasprzak. James Kelderhouse, Joyce Kel- logg, Pamela Kellogg, Lydia Kennedy, Kenneth Kerr, Bev- erly King, Wallace Kirkland. Bertha Kirklin, Herman Kirk- patrick, Barbara Klaeren, Jane Klaviter, Kathleen Klein, Joan Klich, Bruce Klimek. F, 11, 1 i l 11 'xl 1 A p. 1' . , 1 ' I! Ax . .. ,- P r it 1 1 'Y lf H Q W13 M' I " " r- '111 1 E I l 1 1 15 M ' 1 1 '11, 5 My 1 is 'H 5 l l 1 1 1 1 .-':.. 1, 5 1 " 1 , 1 W N l' Ellis? I H 0 ,A f, X 1 i 1 .1 ' 11 . . 1 1 1 1: V' 52' -7 1 11x 1 n 1 L 11 FRESHMEN l.. ns., aj -,Ww.--- .,-. 1 . ,W ,. -I J lskillvl-L1 . grill. - 1 J 111151 -' 1x. VW11111111 1 111 s1ff111,,' 1 ' l fe ,- 1 11 111 . N 1 ff- 1'5:'i 1 I i '01 1 5 1 -'1 Wi 1 I T. 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Sandra Lincoln, Susan Lincoln, Claire Lindgren, Carol Lind- skog, David Lingo, Julia Locke, Gladys Loggins. Catherine Lomax, Corrine Long, Harriet Long, Sharon Loomis, Paul Loveless, Marilyn Lucas, Geraldine Luxton. Elizabeth Luzar, Diane Lyons, Kathy Macander, Saundra Mackins, John Madderom, George Madrid, Barbara Mager. Fred Malito, Karen Mandelco, Judith Mandelkow, Barbara Mandernack, Lucy Mangano, Linda Manzi, Susan Markevicus. Gayle Marsch, Shirley Marsh, Jackiemae Marshall, Michael Martin, Teresa Maslanka, Mari- lyn Massoth, 'Candice Matchinis. Leontine Mathews, Alvin Mathews, Joyce Matthews, Dan- ny May, Margaret Mayden, David McAdams, Patricia Mc- Aley. Robert McCain, Ken McCor- mick, Donald McCoy, Eloise McCoy, Larry McCullock, Anita McGathey, Carol McGahee. Gerald McGinnis, Charlene Mc- Guire, Donna McGuire, Betty Meadows, William Mear, James Mech, Marilyn Mech. 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Bill Morris, Evelyn Morris, Roger Morris, Robert Motley, Candace Mott, Maureen Mudore, Larry Mulder. Marguerite Mulroney, Judith Monro, Judy Murk, Darrell Murphy, Michael Murphy, Pat- ricia Murray, Mary Murry. Daniel Mussa, Connie Myers, Jerry Nabors, J acquelyn Naddy, Daniel Nagel, David Naylor, Jack Nelson. Stephen Nelson, James Nerneth, Robert Neu, David Newberg, Pat Newberry, Patricia New- ton, Christine Nieckula. James Nieckula, Jade Noah, Joann Noah, Jane Nootbaar, Kenneth Nootbaar, William Nyberg, Kip Nygren. William Oberg, Linda O'Brien, Shirley O'Brien, Patricia Ochra, Richard Offdenkamp, Walter Olczak, Barbara Olmstead. Janis Olsen, Linda Olsen, Mar- lynn Olsen, Kelly O'Neal, Dou- glas Oppelt, Rebecca Ortiz, Cer- aldine Ostaszewski. Stephen Ott, Rose Outlaw, Helen Overs, Don Overtoorn, Connie Owen, Daniel Pacyga, Roland Pagel. Steven Pala, Robert Panozzo, Gregory Pardee, Gary Parker, Donna Parks, Booker Patrick, Karen Patrick. 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Judith Roe, James Rogers. Ruby Rogers, Allen Romba, Ronald Romba, Joseph Rose- brough, Robert Rosemon, San- dra Rosynek, Paula Rottmayer. Paul Rowe, Ronald Rozek, Pamela Ruff, Lynda Runnin- gen, Alan Rutkowski, Thomas Ryktarczyk, Lewis Sage. Bernadine Salerno, Bryan Sal- vage, Pat Samas, Robert Samas, Joan Sampognaro, Yvonne Sams, Lolita Samuel. Anita Sanders, Patricia Sandi- fer, Margie Saplis, Nancy Sater- nus, Danny Savage, George Saxton, Charles Schimmel. Christine Schippits, Jeannette Schlaudraff, Judy Schnotala, Michael Scholefield, Terry Schoning, Paul Schubert, Charles Schulthies. Franklin Schultz, William Schulz, Paul Schurr, Carol Schwantner, James Schwartz- kopf, Cynthia Schwier, Deborah Scivally. Mary Scully, Bernard Seibert, John Seifert, Lawrence Seiner, Victor Seitz, Allan Serbus, Georgia Seyl. Gerald Shawl, John Shelton, Jon Shernerdiak, Shirley Shep- ard, Beverly Sheppard, Suzanne Sherry, Harry Shigley. Susan Shorts, .lacklin Siddens, Patricia Silski, Judy Simac, Selina Simmon, Patricia Sims, Stanley Sims. William Sims, Virginia Single- ton, David Sinwelski, Terry Siorek, David Skalda, Debra Slaughter, Sidney Slaughter. Aura Smith, Bob Smith, Carl Smith, Douglas Smith, Kathie Smith, John Smith, .lohnnetta Smith. Jean Snyder, Gary Sobol, Phyl- lis Somkovic, Gerald Sommer- feld, Bruce Sosovec, Edwin Sparenberg, Richard Sparger. Carlotta Spears, Charles Spen- cer, Diane Spindler, Elmer Sprehe, Frank Sprehe, Cherlyn Staat, Patricia Stalcup. Frank Stanfa, Anthony Staples, Marjorie Staples, Ronald Stap- les, Douglas Stark, Carol Steele, Thomas Steele. Brian Stefano, Carolyn Sterling, Carol Stern, George Steves, Patricia Stewart, Rosemary Stewart, Joseph Stojak. John Stokes, Richard Stopka, Terry Strassenburg, Barbara Strom, Jerome Struffert, David Stufflebeam, Jimmie Stuffle- beam. Sally Sugg, Judith Surprenant, Linda Sutsh, Ernest Sutton, Mary Swanberg, Diane Swan- son, Joan Swanson. Lewis Swanson, Cleophos Sweatt, Sharon Sweeney, San- dra Sweet, Robert Swietlik, Linda Swinford, Jethro Swin- ney. J, FRESHMEN rl l t - iw, ,aa all ll Y fwfr"-.K nf V' g T7 'z' .-r r 4 t 1-' 5 " l "" -1 - li , 2 f I , i . - I E V X x ' if T' V - A 4 ,, ,i,i,V. ,T A.. ,M , - ,N . .1 -. 1, - - i , i . -5. -rf l ,' l' K A E ' - -Y' "1 -1, TLT .ill 3 . l' l' fi f. l : 'Mi Q , 'ft-" -l " t -S ef :.- .. J i L sf, 1 .' 'R -5 A lfjfj, 'N '- 1, ' ' 7 . . i-rt ' l it .... 1 X N , f V l . . Jia ? 'l sf ff .4 " E 4 V ' t eff. i' i 's' 'e ' -V s ' nfs 't e ,-f'T?l , V. - . so frm 'f N an . QL A xewieiiiygli JJ E L lr T: 'gf' 5 'gif ,., i n I .LV U,r.l-r-Q 2, ..,.: T - ' .5 X ' , fi -71 ff . f' . V-'A ' lt' fi- J Q . TR -1 V . VI, ling 3 I - T-' ,ly iv-.Vg ,:, -ff .,,-, 5 , - ,- Q ., Z ga: V, N ., V '- . - , , f' .QT H I l 'K 1fLi:,',2lllg I-K ' 'lb' V'-,. Li'-"H, 'ff L f' 1 . 1 f".'-'sf ' .' V W .- ' " i ' , 9 ' ' .- ' " .- E7- 1 :---11 52-"w r g wi l fu l fxl l i I. .lx t . f a VV 2 . 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Dolores Trotter, Evelyn Trow- bridge, James Tucker, Gail Turner, Reatha Turner, Cyn- thia Twyman, Linda Uptmor. David Vander Veen, Karyn Van Milligan, Ann Van Pelt, Carole Varnacloe, Ronald Varner, Pat- ricia Verlinclen, Janice Visser. William Voils, Karen Wagner, Jacqueline Walker, James Wal- ker, Marlene Walker, Louis Wallace, Marsha Waller. Dorothy Walsh, Beverly Wal- ton, Terry Ward, Gwendolyn Wardell, Herbert Washington, David Waters, Beverly Watkins. Karen Watkins, Keith Watkins, Kenneth Weber, Leonard Web- ster, Joseph Weglarz, Linda Weiderman, Marie Weiss. Clyde Wells, Ronald Weselob, Janet Wheatley, Sharon Wheel- er, Ralph Whipple, Beverly White, Monte White. Robert White, Linda Whitlock, Kenneth Whitted, Kipley Whit- ted, Donald Wiegand, Marcelle Wilkins, Arthur Williams. Benny Williams, Carol Wil- liams, Floyd Williams, Fred Williams, Jasper Williams, Joann Williams, Susan Wil- liams. Ulrio Williams, Lorna Wil- loughby, James Wilson, Ronnie Wilson, Theresa Wilson, Max- ine Winebrenner, Carl Winfree. John Withgott, Kevin Witt, Joann Wojtowicz, Hal Wolf, Kenneth Womack, Hiram Wood- en, Jacqueline Woods. Carol Wright, Selevan Wright, Linda Yates, Ramona Young, William Zaksas, Rita Zallar, David Zmuda, Patricia Zmuda. FRESHMEN Q Viv-Je' -jrvl J J J I f h s .. XJ .... WXX Q X, L .. J 3 if X V .X V? X JJ JJ JJJ VX ,X X lu . l 'W' 5 'H . ls: C5451 J . J. ,kgi X ,Z V: X .... X, VZ ,JJ X ,,, V JJ Q V 'e JJ JXJSHY V. VJJ JJJ 1 47 JX .JJ'JJ X if JJ U JJ 'l" - - 5 J JJJ J ,J JJJ M ' -- v X-J. VX " J 1 J iti?1JJ J J 9 ff JJ .-if , wig- .JJ"'Jnri XX li V ll . Y .le JJ JJJJJJ Fql Q XM U iii ,JL F WJ lg f.. N Wilfg ' N t -- il , , X V 2 JJJ - JJ , if ,. , x J Y- . J , ii .. , VJJ.. gi -gJJJ-f -W X-TH --U- Q . V Jigga 'X i -Z .. , ,J ,,. , ,Y X Sail J? ,. -' - JJJ"JJJ T..-:J. J. 1 " ' - :'.' ' .JNL ln : it ,. i ' Ji? . 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XX1 NJJJ JJX XX JJ 2 .JJ g-aa,.XXXX 1-- J, XX JW ,XXX X XE k-X XT3 XXX X XXX V XAXX XX- . XX X H XXXX1 LJXX r A V Z .5 V , .XXX J J :X JJ JJ JJ ,XX, fax JJ-X: .V X NX: X XXX Finale of the Freshman stunt brought everyone together. Senior Activities Index A. Adams, Jerry-Dixmoor-Wrestling 2, 3, 4. Adams, Linda-Harvey-Michigan 1, 2, 3. Alcala, Irene-Harvey-Girls Club 3, 45 GAA 1, 2, 3, 4, Officer 4, Orchesis 3, 45 JRC Repr. 45 Latin Club 35 Science Fair 1, 2, 3. Alhson, Ernestine-Harvey-Girls Club 1, 25 GAA 1, 2, 3. Alsip, Carol-Harvey-Girls Club 1, 45 JRC Repr. 45 Newspaper Distr. 2, 3, 45 Pep Club 2, 3, 45 GAA 3, 45 Glee Club 15 Soc- ial Studies Club 45 YFC 3, 4. Amsden, Anne-RiVerdalwGirls Club 1, 2, 45 Newspaper Distr. 3. Anderson, Al-Harvey-Boys Club 1, 2, 35 DE Club 4. Anderson, Mel-East Hazel Crest-Boys Club 1, 2, 3, 45 YFC 2, 3, 4, Vice-President 35 KIP President 45 Camera Club 25 Bus Guard 2, 35 Hall Guard 3. Anderson, Paul-RiverdalwBoys Club 4, Repr. 4. Aprati, Fred-Harvey--KIP Board 1, 2, 3, 45 Football 1, 2, 3, 45 Wrestling 1, 2, 3, 4, Captain 2, Co-Captain 45 Baseball 1, 25 Class President 2, Treasurer 3, Vice- President 45 Boys Club 2. Archer, Penny--Harvey-Girls Club 1, 45 Swim Show 25 JRC Repr. 1, 2. Archer, Susan-Harvey-Girls Club 1, 2, 3, 45 Cafeteria 1, 2. Armor, Joyce-Harvey-Girls Club T-pins 1, 2, Big Sister 4, JSA 3, Council 4, Division Chairman 3, APC 3, Faculty Tea 35 JRC Repr. 25 Class Senate 35 Pep Club 2. Armstrong, Jolm-Riverdale-Boys Club 1, 2, 3, 45 Math Club 3, 45 Intramural Basket- ball 1, 45 PX 45 KIP Homecoming Com- mittee 45 Class Senate 45 Grad. Usher 3. Armstrong, Suzanne-Riverdale-Girls Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Council 2, 3, T-pins 1, 2, JSA 3, Activity Commissioner 35 KIP Forum 35 GAA Board 45 FTA 3, 45 Liberets 45 Pep Club 3. Atkins, William-Dixmoor-Boys Club 45 Spanish Club 15 JRC Repr. 1, 2. Aizrand, GaylcHHarvey-Girls Club 45 GAA Backlin, Richard-Harvey-Football 1, 2. Baseball 3, 4. Bacon, Charles-Harvey-Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Thorntoneers 3, 4, Showboat Seven 3, 45 Boys Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Repr. 3, Asst. 4. Bain, John-Harvey. Baker, James-Harvey. Barg, Clifford-Riverdale. Barry, Patrick-Riverdale. Beardsley, Glenn-Riverda1cfrGlee Club 1, Choir Accompanist 2, 3, 4, Madrigals 3, 4, Thorntoneers 3, 4. Becker, Glenn-Blue Island-Boys Club Repr. 1, 2, 3, 45 Football 1, 2, 3, 4, Letter- men's Club 2, 3, 4, President 45 Gymnastics 1, 2, 3, 4, Baseball 1, 2, 35 Hall Guard 1, 2, 3, 4, Captain 45 Homecoming Court 45 KIP Forum 4. Becker, Ralph-Dixmoor. Belmonti, Sam-Harvey-Key Club 3, 4, Pro- gram Chairman 45 Boys Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Repr. 45 Tennis 3, 45 Chemistry Club 3. Bender, Robert-Riverdale. Bermett, Pam-Harvey-NHS 3, 4, PX 3, 45 Footlighter Officer 2, 3, 4, Thespians 3, 45 Social Studies Club Officer 3, 45 Girls Club Awards 1, 2, 3, Council 4, Chairman- Ships 3, 45 Social Studies Asst. 45 Orchesis Bentley, Paul-Harvey-Football 1, 2, Basket- ball 1, 2, 3, 45 Boys Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Repr. 2. Berglind Don-Riverdale-Inventors Club 1, 2: AVC 2, 3, 4, sound crew 2, 3. Berry, Ron-Phoenix. Berry, Tom-Harvey-Football 1, 2, 3, 4, Basketball 1, 2, 3, 45 Boys Club 1, Repr. 1. Bessinger, Terri-Riverdale-Girls Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Awards 1, 2, 3, Chairmanships 3, 4, Council 3, 4, Refreshment Crew 45 Grad. Usher 35 NHS 3, 4, Book Sales Chairman 4: GAA 1, 2, 3, 45 FTA 3, 4. 224 Bishop, Edward-Dixmoor-Wrestling 1, 2, 3, Captain 45 Football 2. Bissonnette, Daniel-Harvey. Blais, Gail-Hazel Crest-Girls Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Council 2, T-pins 1, 25 KIP Forum 1, 2, Homecoming Chairman 45 JRC Repr. 2, 35 Pep Club 1, 2, 3, 45 Newspaper Distr. 1, 2, 3, Circulation Mgr. 4. Blake, Regina-Harvey-Davis H. S. 1, 2, 35 YFC 4. Blank, Dennis-Harvey-Boys Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Hall Guard 2, 35 DE Club 4. Blankenburg, Dave - Harvey - Boys Club Repr. 25 Golf 3, 4. Blessing, Jayne-Riverdale-Girls Club 1, 2, 3, 45 MAC 25 GAA 2, 3, 45 Pep Club 2, 35 Yearbook Staff 4. Bloomquist, Judy-Harvey-Girls Club Awards 1, 2, 3, Minor Officer 2, 4, Big Sister Chairman 4, Refreshment Crew 3, 4, May Queen Court 35 PX 1 2, 3, 45 NHS 3, 45 Grad Usher 35 FTA Officer 3, 45 GAA Board 3. Bobonick Judy-Harvey. Bogash, James-Harvey-Coin Club 3. Bolnick, Deanna-Harvey-Girls Club 1, 2, 3, 4, T-pins 1, 2, Refreshment Crew 3, 4, M-D Banquet Chairman 35 "Man Who Came to Dinner" 2, "Diary of Anne Frank" 3, "My Three Angels" 45 Newspaper Bus. Mgr. 45 Variety Show Chairman 2. Borris, James-Hazel Crest-Audio-Visual Center 1, 2, 3, 45 Thespians 3, 4, Footlight- ers 3, 4, Lighting Crew 2, 3 4. Borys, Terry-Harvey-Football 1, Basketball 2, 3, 4, Cross-Country 3. Boulden, Donna-Harvey-Girls Club 1, 25 Glee Club 15 Class Senate 35 DE Club 4. Bourkard, Beverly-Riverdale-Girls Club 1, 2, 3, 4, T-pins 3, Awards 3, 4, Refreshment Crew 45 GAA 2 3, 45 Library Asst. 35 Latin :Chib 1, 25 Pep Club 25 Grad. Usher 35 NHS Bowes, Barbara-Hazel Crest-Orchesis 3, 4, Production Coordinator 4, Modern Dance Show 35 Girls Club 3, 4, D-D Banquet Chairman 45 KIP Forum 45 Dean's Asst. 4. Bowman, Winston-Dixmoor-Track 2, 3, 45 Hall Guard 45 Intramural Basketball 1, 4. Bratcher, Irvin-Dixmoor. Briggs, Edward-Dolton-Boys Club 1, 45 Cross-Country 4. Brooks, Ken-Hazel Crest7Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Treasurer 3, 45 Orchestra 2, 3, 4 Thorn- t n r 1 4 h B a en 3 4 oees,2,3,,Sow otSev ,, Jazz Sextet 35 Newspaper Distr. 35 KIP Forum 45 Boys Club 2, 4. Brown, Wanda-Harvey. Bruhn, Becky-Hazel Crest-Girls Club Board 4, Awards 1, 2, 3, 4, Refreshment Crew 4, AFS Chairman 2, 3, 45 FTA Pres. 3, 45 Newspaper Editor-in-Chief 45 Prom Chairman 35 Pep Club 2, 3, 45 Choral Groups 1, 2, 3, 4. Buckner, Mary Jane-Phoenix-Girls Club 1, 2, 35 GAA 3, 4. Bukwa, George-East Hazel Crest-YFC 3. Bukwa, Russell-Riverdale-Boys Club 1, 3, 4, Officer 4, Repr. 45 Madrigals 4, Choir 1, 2, 3, 45 Intramural Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4, Announcer 3, 45 Key Club 3, 45 PX 3, 45 NHS 3, 4. Burgess, Leslie-Harvey-Band 1, 2, 3, 45 Wrestling 1, 25 DE Club 45 Boys Club 2, Repr. 2, Bus Guard 2, 3. Burk, Karon-Riverdale-Girls Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Big Sister 4, Refreshment Crew 4, Council 3, Division Chairman 25 KIP Forum 2, Homecoming Chairman 45 Choral Groups 1, 2, 35 CCO Asst. 45 -Pep Club 2, 3, 4. Blirlgeen, Guy-Harvey-Blue Island High Burton, Arthur-Phoenix-Michigan 1, 2, 35 Football 4. Burton, Sharon-Harvey-Girls Club 1, 2, 3, 4, T-pins 1, 2, Chairman 3, 45 KIP Forum 2, 3, 4, Homecoming Chairman 1, 25 Pep Club 2, 3, 45 GAA 1, 2. Bush, Jim-Harvey-JRC Repr. 35 Boys Club 2, 45 DE Club 4, Area Treas. 4, Publications Butts, Ronald-Harvey-Basketball 3, Boys Club 1. C. Cagle, Faye-Dolton-Girls Club 3. Cagle, Gerald-Dolton-DE Club 4. Carlock, Dianc?Harvey-Girls Club 1, 2. Carlson, Barbara-Harvey-Girls Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Big Sister 4, Refreshment Crew 3, 4, Chairmanships 3, 4, Minor Officer 3, 45 GAA Awards 1, 2, 3, 4, Chairmanships 3, 4, 2nd Vice-Pres. 3, Pres. 45 Gymnastics Club 2, 3. Carlson, Beverly-Riverdale-Girls Club 4. Carlson, Maryanne-East Hazel Crest-Girls Club 15 YFC 2. Carter, Bruce-Harvey. Carter, Oliver-Harvey-lntramural Sports 2, 3, 45 Basketball 4. Carter, Robert-Markham. Cecconi, JancPRiverdale-Girls Club 1, 2. Cent, Christine-Harvey-Girls Club Big Sister 4, Chairmanships 2, 4, May Queen Court 35 Band Librarian 1, 2, 3, 4, Pres. 45 Orchestra 1, 2, 3, 45 Chorus 45 PX 45 Homecoming Court 45 GAA 3. Cerino, Donna-Dolton-Girls Club 1, 2, 3. Cermak, Edward-Harvey-Football 15 Math Club 15 Hall Guard 2, 35 DE Club 4. Cerny, Bernadine-Markham-Girls Club 1, 25 Social Studies Club 3, 4, Repr. 3. Chesser, Judith-Homewood-Girls Club 1, 25 FHA 2. Chlebicki, Georgi-Harvey-Girls Club 1, 2, 3, 4, T-pins 1, 2, Big Sister 45 French Club 1, 25 PX 2, 3, 45 Class Senate 3, 45 News- paper Staff 4. Christensen, Leif-Harvey-Exchange stu- dent from Denmark. Christopher, Herman-Dixmoor-Boys Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Repr. 2, Hall Guard 45 JRC Repr. 1, 25 gootball 1, 2, 3, Track 1, 2, Basketball 1, 2, . Cienkus, Donna-Hazel Crest-Girls Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Council 1, 3, Division Chairman 2, T-pins 1, 2, M-D Banquet 35 JRC Repr. 2, 45 GAA Posture Court 35 Class Senate 45 Faculty Asst. 4. Clark, Leon-Dixmoor-Basketball 2, 3, 4, Track 2, 3, 4, Lettermen's Club 2, 3 45 Bus Guard 3, 4. Clavio, Beverly-Harvey-Girls Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Minor Officer 1, 2, 4, Awards 1, 2, 3, JSA Chairman 4, APC 3, 4, Big Sister 45 Pep Club 2, 3, 45 KIP Forum Z, 3, 45 Glee Club 1, 25 Dean's Asst. 4. Clay, Roy-Dixmoor-Wrestling 2, 3, 45 Boys Club 3. Clem, Jane-Riverdale-Girls Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Refreshment Crew 3, 4, T-pins 1, 2, Dean's Asst. 3, Attendance Asst. 45 AVC 1, 25 Footlighters 1, 25 Choir 3, 4. Clemons, Elmer-Dixmoor. Cloutier, John-Riverdale. Collins, Don-Harvey. Cook, Nancy-Harvey-Girls Club 1, 2, 3, 4. Cooley, Dick-Riverdale-Boys Club Repr. 3, 45 KIP Forum 2, Alt. 35 JRC Repr. 25 Game Usher 25 AVC 4. Cooper, Emma-Phoenix-Girls Club 1, 25 GAA 15 Glee Club 1. Cravens, Don-Hazel Crest-Boys Club 2, 3, 4, Repr. 4, Bus Guard 1, 2, Cap't 3, 4, Hall Guard 2, 3, 4, Cap't. 3, 45 Track 4, Football 1, 3, 4. Crawford, Bonnie-Harvey-Girls Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Council 15 JRC Council 35 Pres. 45 KIP Board 2, 35 Class Secretary 3. Crayton, Yvonne-Markham-Loretto Acad- emy 1, 2. Crew, Thomas-Harvey-Boys Club 15 KIP Forum 1, 35 Math Club 35 PX 45 NHS 3, 45 German Club 35 Grad. Usher 35 Swim- ming 2, 3. Crosby, Carole-Hazel Crest-Girls Club 1, 2, 3, 45 Social Studies Club 25 GAA 1, 2, 35 PX 45 Biology Club Pres. 4, Vice-Pres. 3. Crowder, Jerry-Harvey-Gymnastics 2, 3, 4, Club 3, 4. , Cubalchini, Richard-Harvey. Cubbon, Andy-Harvey-Boys Club Repr. 1, Hall Guard 2, 35 Latin Club 1, 25 Gym- nastics 2. Cunningham, Rich-Riverdale-KIP Forum 45 Grad. Usher 35 PX 3, 45 NHS 3, 4. Curtiss, Marcy-Harvey-Girls Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Repr. 2, 3, 4. D. Dahl, Robert-Riverdale-YFC 1, 2, 3, 4, Boys Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Class Officer 3, 4, PX 3, 4, KIP Board 3, NHS 3, 4, Treas. 4, Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4, Basketball 1. Track 2. Dal Cason, Terry-Riverdale-Choir 1, 3: Boys Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Board 3, Hall Guard 2, 4, Capt. 4, French Club 3, 4. Dampier, Quillie-Dixmoor-Girls Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Pep Club 2, 3, 4, GAA 1, 2, 3, 4, JRC Repr. 2, FHA 2, 3. Danielwicz, Beverly-Riverdale-Mother .of Sorrows H. S. 2, 3, Girls Club 1, 4, T-pins 1, 4, CCO 4, GAA 4, Pep Club 4, News- paper Dist. Alt. 4, Drama Club 2, Library Asst. 2. Davis, Robert-Harvey. Davison, Ronald-Harvey-Biology Club 2, Stage Crew 2, Boys Club 4, Hall Guard 4. Dawson, Richard-Harvey-Boys Club 1. Dawson, James-Riverdale-Orchestra 3, 4, Showboat Seven 3, 4, Thorntoneers 3, 4, Band Officer 2, 4, Honor Band 2, 3, Varsity Track 3, 4, Gymnastics Club 4, Boys Club 2, 3, 4, KIP Forum 1, 2, 3, Key Club 4. DcBose, Henry-Harvey-Football 1, 2, 3, 4, Track 1, 2, 3, Boys Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Hall Guard 1 2, 3, 4, Lettermerfs Club 3, 4, Bus Guard 1, 2, 3, 4. Dekens, Wayn.cPHazel Crest-Band 1, 2, 3, 4. Delanty, Dennis-Harvey-Boys Club 2, 3, 4, AVC 2, News Bureau 3, Cross-Country 4, KIP Forum 4, Track 4. Delia, Gloria-Harvey-Girls Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Newspaper Distr. 4. DeMick, Violet-South Holland-llliana Cb.ristian 1, 2, Thornridge 3. Denson, Edward-Harvey-KIP Dance Dec- orations 1, 2, Boys Club 2, Orchestra 2, 3, Float Chairman 3, "Man Who Came to Dinner" 2, Stage Crew 2, Footlighters 2, 3, Props Chairman 3, PX 3, 4, German Exam Winner 3. Denson, Ronald-Harvey-Hall Guard 1, 2, 3, 4, Boys Club 1, 3, Wrestling 1, 2, 3, Stage Crew 2. DeRooy, Bill-Dolton. Devin, Diane-Riverdale-Calumet High 1, 2, GAA 3, 4, Gym Leader 3, 4, Girls Club 3, 4, Class Senate 4, Pep Club 3, 4. DeVries, Sherry-Riverdale-Girls Club 1, 2, 3, 4, T-pins 1, 2, Minor Officer 2, 3, Divi- sion Chairman 2, 3, D-D Banquet 4, "Diary of Anne Frank" 3, Spanish Club 1,12, lfearbook Staff 4, GAA 2, 3, 4, Glee C ub . Divekey, Sheila--Harvey-Girls Club 1, 2, 3, 4, -T-pins 1, 2, Minor Officer 2, Chairman- ships 3, 4, Big Sister 3, 4, Refreshment Crew 3, 4, Perl: Club 2, 3, 4, Yearbook Staff 4, PX 3, 4, 'ass Officer 4. Dorner, William-Riverdale-KIP Board 4, Homecoming Chairman 4, Class Senate 2, Boys Club Repr. 2, 3, Variety Show Direc- tor 3, Class Officer 3, Glee Club 1, Chorus 2, 3, 4, Hall Guard 2, 3, Bus Guard 3. Dow, Margaret-Riverdale-Girls Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Council 4, T-pins 1, 2, Pep Club 1, 4, YFC 1, 2, FHA 2, Social Studies Club 3 Lib1a1 t 4 9 ' 'y Ass. . Downing, Todd-Harvey-Gymnastics Team 1, 2, 3, 4, Club 2, 4, Boys Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Board 4, Hall Guard 4, Chorus 2, 3 4, g3iii1'lgg.lS 4, Gym Leader 1, 2, 3, Game r s e , JRC 3. Doyle, Salhe-Dixrnoor-Girls Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Refreshment Crew 4, T-pins 1, 2, GAA 2, 3, 4, FHA 3, Pep Club 1, Choral Groups 1, 2. Dunnam, Evelyn-Riverdale-Girls Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Council 1, Chorus 2, 3, 4, CCO Asst. 2, 3, 4. Dmnle, James-Hazel Crest-Latin Club 2, 35 Boys Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Bus Guard 1, 2, 3, 4, Hall Guard 1, 2, 3, Intramural Basket- ball 1, AVC 1, 2. E. Eagan, Roger-Riverdale-Boys Club 1, 2, 3, fl, Rel'JI'.,43 Grad. Usher 3, KIP Homecom- ing Chairman 4, Latin Club 1, 2, Baseball 3, 4, Football 2, Math Club 3, 4, Key,Club 4, Student Advisory Committee 4. Eagan, Sheila-Harvey-Girls Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Council 2, Faculty Tea Chairman 3, KIP Forum 2, Pep Club 2, Glee Club 1, Cheer- leader 3, 4. Eason, Harolcl-Harvey. Eckert, Toni-Riverdale-PX 2, 3, 4, 1st Vice-Chairman 4, NHS 3, 4, Class Officer 3, KIP Forum 1, 3, Boys Club Repr. 2, Class Senate 4, Cross-Country 2, 3, 4, Baseball 3, 4, Wrestling 1, 2. Edwards, Bob-Riverdale-KIP Homecoming Chairman 4, Game Tickets 2, 3, Asst. Mgr. 4, PX 4, Choir 1, 2, 3, 4, German Council 4. Ehlert, Fred-Riverdale-Boys Club 1, 2, 3, 4. Ekhoff, Sharon-Harvey-Footlighters 1, 2, Committees 1, 2, Girls Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Pep Club 1, 2, Newspaper Distr. 2. Ellis, Sue-Harvey-Girls Club Awards 1, 2, 3, Big Sister 4, Refreshment Crew 3, 4, Minor Officer 3, NHS 3, 4, PX 2, 3, 4, Chemistry Club Sec'y-Treas. 3, Grad. Usher 3, JRC Repr. 2, CCO Asst. 1, 2, 3. Ellison, Lanette-Phoenix-Gym Leader 1, GAA 3, Girls Club 1. Ellison, Paulette-Harvey-Girls Club 1, 2, Choir 1, 2, 3, 4, Gym Leader 3, Newspaper Distr. 1, 4. Erickson, Carol-Dolton-Girls Club 2, 3, 4, Council 4, T-pins 3, Style Show 1, Big Sister 4, GAA 3, 4, Dean's Asst. 3, YFC 2, 3, 4, Pep Club 4. Erickson, Janet-East Hazel Crest-Girls Club 1, 2, 3, 4. Etheridge, Sarah-Harvey-Vienna High 1. Ewan, Albert-East Hazel Crest-Intramural Wrestling 3, Boys Club 2, 3. F. Falica, Nick-Harvey-Boys Club 2, 3, 4, KIP Forum 4, Gym Jam Chairman 3, Gym- nastics Club 3. Farmer, Ruth-Harvey-Girls Club 1, 2, T-pins 1, Division Chairman 1, 2, Glee Club 1. Fascia, Lynn-Harvey-Girls Club 1, 2, 4, 1l2rum2Majorette 1, 2, 3, 4, Rental Library t ss. . Ferguson, Judy-Harvey-Girls Club 1, 2, 3, Newspaper Distr. 3, JRC Repr. 4. Fctsis, Jim-Harvey. Fillippo, Denny-Riverdale-Fenger 1, Foot- ball 2, 3, 4, Lettermen's Club 3, 4, Gym- nastics 3. Fishcr, Robert-Riverda1e?Swim Team 2, 3, 4, Boys Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Lettermen's Club 2, Attendance Asst. 4. Flaherty, Paul-Riverdale-Mendel High 1, Camera Club 3, 4. Flournoy, Teddy-Dixmoor. Flynn, Carole-Harvey-Girls Club 1, 2, 3, 4, T-pins 1, 2, APC 3, Chairman 4, JSA 3, Council 2, GAA 1, 2, 3, 4, Forum 3, 4, Newspaper Distr. 4 Forbes, Robert-Harvey. Forbes, Steve-Harvey-Intramural Basket- ball 1, Bowling 3, 4. Foster, Ed-Riverdale. Foster, Joe-Harvey-Track 2, 3, Gymnastics 2, 3, KIP Forum 3, Boys Club 1, 2, 3, Orchestra 1, 2. Foulks, Barbara-Harvey-GAA 1. Foulon, Clifford-Hazel Crest-Henry High 1, 2, Coin Club 3, 4. Frank, Cheryl-Harvey-Girls Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Pep Club 3, JRC Alt. 3, Class Float 4. Franklin, Geraldine-Phoenix-Girls Club 3, 4. Fulmer, Connie-Harvey-Girls Club 3, Newspaper Distr. 1, Madrigals 2, Klefs 4, Choir 4. Funtall, Edna-Harvey-Girls Club 1, 2, 3, 4, T-pins 1, 2, JSA 3, Chairmanships 3, 4, Big Sister 4, Refreshment Crew 3, Council 3, KIP Forum 2, Glee Club 1, JRC Repr. 3. G. Gaines, Charles-Harvey-AVC 1, 2, 3, 4, Boys Club 1, 2, 4, Repr. Alt. 4. Gall, Lois-Riverdale-Girls Club 1, 3, 4. Garbacz, Joe-Harvey-Boys Club 1, 2, 3, 4. Garner, Robert-Markham-Dunbar High 2, Corpus Christi 1, Track 3, 4, Baseball 3, 4. SENIORS Garrison, Nancy-Harvey--Girls Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Biology Club 2, 3, 4, Treasurer 3, 4, Class Senate 3, 4, Latin Club Scribe 2, 3, Klefs 4, Glee Club 1, 2, Mixed Chorus 3, 4, JRC Repr. 2, Grad. Usher 3. Gatewood, Richard-Harvey. Gaulager, Sharon-Riverdale-Girls Club 1, 2, 3, 4, GAA 1, 2, Pep Club 2, 3, DO 4. George, Beverly-Harvey-Girls Club 1, 2, 3, Medical Arts Club 1, Orchestra 1, Glee Club 1, 2, FHA 1. George, Patricia-Harvey-Girls Club 1, 2, 3, 4, T-pins 1, 2, Minor Officer 2, 3, Pep Club 2, 3. Geschke, Sandra-Harvey-Girls Club 1, 2, 3, 4, T-pins 1, 2, JSA 3, APC 3, Big Sister 4, Council 2, 3, FTA 1, 2, 3, 4, Board 3, GAA 1, 2, Pep Club 1, 2. Gibson, Don-Harvey. Gibson, Nancy-Harvey-Girls Club 1, 2, GAA 3. Gibson, Ronald-Harvey-Boys Club 1, 2, 3, 4. Gilley, Roger-Harvey. Glogowski, Fran--Harvey. Goedtke, Charles-Harvey. Golaszewski, Millie-Harvey-Girls Club 1, 2, 3, 4, T-pins 1, 2, Minor Officer 1, Gym Leader 3, GAA 2, 3, 4, Swim Show 2, Newspaper Distr. 4, Pep Club 3. Golden, Ann-Harvey-Girls Club 4, GAA 3, Social Studies Club 1. Goley, Ellen-Harvey-Girls Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Council 3, Refreshment Crew 3, 4, GAA 2, 3, 4, Board 4, Swim Show 2, 4, Latin Club 1, 2, German Club 3, 4, JRC Repr. 1, 4, Newspaper Staff 4. Goodwin, William-Harvey-Band 1, 2, 3, 4. Graefcn, Kathy-Class Officer 1, 2, Girls Club 1, 2, 3, 4, T-pins 1, 2 Council 4, Pep Club 1, 2, 3, 4, President 4, KIP Forum 2, PX 2, 3, 4, Glee Club 1, Choir 2. Graff, James-Harvey-Mendel High 2, Swimming 1, 3. Graham, Winifred-Dolton-St. Willibrod 1, 2, 3. Gramcnz, Steven-Harvey-DO Program 4. Green, Rcnec-Phoenix-Girls Club 1, 2, 4, Board 1, 4, Council 2, Big Sister 4, Con- ference 1, 2, Dean's Asst. 4, Intergroup Relations 2, GAA 1, 2, 4, Orchesis 2, 4, French Club 1, 2, 4. Gress, James-Blue Island-Orchestra 1, 2, 3, Boys Club 4. Groencveld, John-Harvey-Blue Island 1, 2. Gross, Mary-Harvey. Guzaski, William-Harvey-Boys Club 1, 2, 3, 4, PX 2, 3, 4, NHS 3, 4, Math Club 2, 3, 4, Vice-Pres. 4, KIP Treas. 4, JRC 2, Basketball 1. H. Hahn, Curt-Harvey-Gymnastics 1, 2, 3, 4, DE Club 4, Treasurer 4. Hahn, Ron-Dolton. Hale, Dennis-Harvey-PX 2, 3, 4, Chairman 4, Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Showboat Seven 3, 4, Thorntoneers ' 4, Footlighters 3, 4, All- School Play 3, 4, KIP Forum 3. Halley, Gary-Harvey-Camera Club Pres. 3, Vice-Pres. 4, Newspaper Photographer 3, 4, KIP Gym Jam Chairman 4, Boys Club 1, 4, Repr. 4, Newspaper Distr. 1, PX 2, 3, 4, German Club 4. Hanks, Clarence-Harvey-Boys Club 3, 4. Hanks, Kay-Harvey-Gym Leader 3, GAA 1, 2, Girls Club 2, 3, 4. Hannon, Patricia-Harvey-Mother of Sor- rows H. S. 1, 2, Girls Club 3, 4, GAA 4, JRC Repr. 4, Pep Club 3, 4. Hansen, Thomas-Harvey-Boys Club 2, Swimming 1, 2, 3, Track 1, JRC Repr. 3, Class Senate 2. Harper, Deirdre-Phoenix-GAA 1, 2, 3, 4, Girls Club 1, 2, 3, T-pins 1, 2. Harrill, Anna-Harvey-Girls Club Big Sis- ter 4, APC 3, 4, Conference 3, Dean's Asst. 4, Council 4, T-pins 2, Stand-up Chairman 4, Float Committee 4, Division Chairman 2, GAA 2, 3. Harris, Priscilla-Dixmoor-GAA 1, 2, Lib. Asst. 4. Haslet, Sandra-Harvey-Girls Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Pep Club 2, 3, 4, Choir 1, 2, 3, 4. 225 SENIORS Hawkins, Cliff-Phoenix-Football 1, 2, 45 Wrestling 1, 2, 45 Boys Club Repr. 3, 4, Secretary 4, Hall Guard 3, 45 Prom Com- mittee 3. Hayes, Thehna-Dixmoor-GAA 4. Hedke, George-Riverdale?Football 1, 25 Swimming 1, 25 Hall Guard 1, 25 Boys Club 3, 45 AVC 1, 2, 35 KIP Forum 4. Heimlich, Tom-Harvey-JRC Repr. 3, 45 Hall Guard 35 Wrestling 25 Football 15 Spanish Club 2. Helhnann, Pamm-Harvey-KIP Forum 1, 2, 35 JRC Repr. 1, 25 Girls Club 1, 2, 3, 4, T-pins 1, 25 Orchestra 1, 25 Gymnastics Club 25 News Bureau 35 Science Club :Pris. 15 Newspaper Editor 45 Pep Club 2, Helsly, Barbara-Evergreen Park-Girls Club 1, 2, 3, 4, T-pins, 1, 2, JSA 3, May Queen Court 3, Speaker of Council 45 Footlighter Secretary 2, 3, Thespians 3, 45 Purple X 3, 45 NHS 3, 45 Newspaper Ad Mgr. 4. Hickinbotham, Ron-Harvey. Hill, Delores-Harvey-Girls Club 1, 2, 3, 4, 51'-gin? 1, 25 YFC 1, 2, 3, 45 Mixed Choir Hoebel, Holly-Riverdale-Girls Club Vice- President 3, President 4, Awards 1, 2, 3, 4, Big Sister 3, 4, May Queen Court 35 Home- coming Court 45 NHS 3, 45 Grad. Usher 35 PX 3, 45 Choral Groups 1, 2, 3, 4. Holmes, Gary-Harvey-Football 1, 2, Wres- tling 1, 2, 35 Boys Club 1, 2, 3, Hall Guard 1, 25 Class Senate 3. Hopman, Bruce-Harvey. Hopman, Margo-Harvey-Girls Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Big Sister 4, Tea Chairman 4, Refresh- ment Crew 4, Dean's Ass't. 45 Spanish Club 1, 2, French Club 45 Glee Club 15 Purple- lettes 2. Hough, Dick-Riverdale-Boys Club 1, 2, 3, 45 Basketball 1, Swimming 2, 35 PX 1, 2, 3, 45 KIP lst Vice-President 35 NHS Presi- dent 3, 45 Lettermen's Club 3, 45 Grad. Usher 3. Hudson, Robert-Harvey-Football 1, 25 Boys Club 1, 2, 3, 4. Hutchings, Rich-Riverdale-Boys Club 1, 2, 3, 45 Intramurals 1, 2, 3. I. Irzyk, Barbara-Hazel Crest-Swim Show 25 GAA Forum 4. J. Jack, Nancy-Harvey-KIP Board 2, 3, 4, Homecoming Chairman 1, 3, 45 Cheerleader 3, 45 May Queen Court 3, Girls Club Board 2, Council 15 JRC Board 15 Class Officer 1, Senate 45 Mixed Choir 3, 4. Jacks, Julie-Hazel Crest-GAA 1, 2, 3, 4, Forum 35 Glee Club 1, Mixed Choir 2, 3, 4, Klefs 45 JRC Repr. 3, 45 Girls Club 1, 3, 33, 4, Council 2, T-pins 1, 25 French Club Jackson, Eddie-Dixmoor-Baseball 1. Jackson, EdythwMarkham-Girls Club 1, 25 3Gl-'ZA 1, 25 FTA 35 Orchesis 3, 45 Pep Club Jackson, Iara-Markharn. Jackson, Leroy-Harvey-Football 1, 2, 3, 45 Wrestling 1, 2, 3, 45 Track 2, 3, 4. Jackson, Overton-Harvey-Boys Club 15 AVC 3, 4. Jacobsma, Sharyn - South Holland - Girls Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Council 4, M-D Banquet Chairman 2, Refreshment Crew Chairman 45 KIP Forum 25 Newspaper Distr. 25 Variety Show 1, 2, 35 Pep Club 3, 45 Mixed Choir 2, 3, 45 Klefs 2. Jacobson, Shirley-Harvey-Girls Club 1, 2, 3, 45 Gym Leader 25 Faculty Asst. 3. Janocha, Janice-Harvey--Girls Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Band 1, 2, 3, 45 JRC Repr. 25 Class Senate 3, 45 NHS 3, 4. Jaques, Darlette - Riverdale - Homewood- Flossmoor High 35 Girls Club 1, 2, 4, T-pins 1, 25 French Club 1. 226 Jarog, Sharon-Harvey-Girls Club Division Chairman 1, 4, Council 3, Big Sister 4, T-pins 1, 25 GAA 1, 2, 3, 4, Forum 3, 2nd Vice-Pres. 45 Yearbook Staff 45 Pep Club 3, 45 Swim Leader 4. Jennings, Del-Hazel Crest-Band 1, 2, 3, 45 Boys Club 1, 2, 3, 4. Jerding, Michael-Harvey-Boys Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Repr. 2, 3, Hall Guard 35 News Bureau 35 Football 1, 25 Newspaper Editor-in- Chief 45 Freshman Orientation 4. J erz, Frank-Dixmoor-Mendel High 15 Foot- ball 2, Track 2, 3, Cross Country 35 Class Senate 3, JRC Repr. 45 Boys Club Repr. 4. Jerz, Howard-Harvey-Boys Club Repr. 1, 2, 3, Hall Guard 15 DE Club 4. Johnson, Dennis-Dolton-Orchestra 1, 2, 35 Boys Club 1, 2, 3, 45 Math Club Program Chairman 4. Johnson, Helen-Hazel Crest-GAA 1, 2, 3, 4, Forum 35 Girls Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Council 3, T-pins 1, 25 YFC 2, 3, 45 Pep Club 4. Johnson, Karen-Harvey-Girls Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Chairmanships 3, 4, Big Sister 4, Re- freshment Crew 3, 45 KIP Formn 1, 45 GAA 1, 2, 3, 4, Officer 3, 4, Chairmanships 3, 45 Thorntonite News Editor 45 Grad. Usher 3. ' Johnson, Morris-Harvey-Football 1, 2, 3, 45 Wrestling 3, 45 Track 2. Johnson, Richard-Harvey-Football 15 Game Usher 1, 2. Johnson, Ronald-Harvey-Football 1, 2, Bas- ketball 1, 25 Choir 2, 3, 4, Madrigals 3, 4, All-State Chorus 35 Newspaper Distr. 1, 25 Boys Club 4. - Johnson, Sandra-Harvey-Girls Club 1, 2, 4, T-pins 1, 25 MAC 1, 2, Nurses' Asst. 25 GAA 1, 2, 4. Jones, Joe+Harvey-Boys Club Repr. 4, Homecoming Chairman 45 Intramurals 15 Thorntoneers 4, Variety Show MC 35 State Speech Contest 35 Speech Contests 2, 35 Frosh Orientation 4. Jones, Roger-Harvey-Boys Club Repr. 1. Jordan, Vurnicf?Ma1-kham-Girls Club 4. Jostes, Marilyn-Riverdale-Girls Club 1, 2, 3, 4, T-pins 35 News Bureau 3, 45 Nurses' Aide 45 FTA 45 Pep Club 4, MAC 25 Foot- lighters 15 Social Studies Club 3, 4. Jurate, Beth-Harvey-Girls Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Big Sister 4, Minor Officer 4, Marshall 4, g-Iiins 1, 25 GAA 2, 3, 45 Pep Club 1, 2, K. Kaebgein, Patrick-Harvey-Boys Club 25 Hockey Club 3. Kalesnekoff, Irene-Harvey-Girls Club T- pins 1, 2, Minor Officer 1, 2, 3, Refresh- ment Crew 3, 45 KIP Forum 2, 3, 45 Class Treasurer 25 Mixed Choir 2, 3, 4, Madrigals 3, 45 "My Three Angels" 45 Variety Show 35 Purple X 2, 3, 4. Kaleta, Janet-Harvey-Girls Club 1, 2, 3, 45 Pep Club 4. Kalish, Ronald-Harvey-Boys Club 4. Kaminski, Sharon-Riverdale-Girls Club 1, 2, 3, 45 GAA 2, 3, 4, Swim Show 25 JRC Repr. 35 Newspaper Distr. 35 KIP Fortun 4. Kane, Bob-Harvey-"The Robe" 45 Mixed Choir 4. Kavelaras, Elaine-Harvey-Girls Club T- pins 1, 2, JSA 3, Maid of Honor 35 KIP Forum 3, Officer 45 PX 45 NHS 3, 45 Varie- Zy Show 35 Choir 3, 45 Homecoming Court Kavis, Jane-Harvey-JRC Repr. 1, Board 2, Secretary 35 Class Senate 45 Girls Club 1, 2, 3, 4. Kavis, Janice-Harvey-Girls Club 1, 2, 3, 45 JRC Repr. 2, Council 3. Keefe, John-Harvey-New York 1, Ohio 2, 35 Latin Club 4. Kempfer, Dennis-Blue Island-Madison High 15 AVC 2, 35 Library Asst. 25 Boys Club 25 Variety Show 3. Kennedy, Jean-Harvey-GAA 1, 2, 3, 45 Girls Club 15 Swim Show, 2. Kennedy, Shirley-Markham-FTA 35 Gym Leader 35 GAA 3, 45 Big Sister 4. Kent, Jim-Dolton-Hirsch High 15 Boys Club 3, 4. Kerr, Michael-Harvey-Boys Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Board 25 JRC Council 1, 2, 35 Purple X 2, 3, 45 Key Club 2, 3, 45 Swimming 2, 35 Track 1, 2. King, Carol-Harvey-St. Elizabeth High 1, 25 Liberets Vice-President 35 Library Asst. 3. King, Eleanor-Harvey-St. Elizabeth High 15 Girls Club 2, 3, 45 GAA 35 Human Rela- tions Club 3. Kirkby, Bill-Hazel Crest. Knapp, Walter-Dolton-Boys Club 4. Kniaz, Robert-Harvey-Boys Club 2, 3, 45 Math Club 25 Class Senate 3. Kogut, Dennis-Dolton-Track 15 Boys Club 3. Kglexgda, Elaine-Harvey-Glee Club 1, Choir Koneck, Marilyn-Harvey-Purple X 2, 3, 4, Secretary 45 Girls Club 1, 2, 3, 4, T-pins 1, 2, Minor Officer 1, 2, 3, 4, Membership Chairman 3, Welfare 3, Big Sister 45 Latin Club 1, 25 KIP Forum 1. Kosek, Sherry-Harvey-Girls Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Big Sister 45 GAA Treasurer 45 Gym- nastics Club Vice-Pres. 45 Swim Show 2, 45 Choir 1, 2, 3, 4, Keydets 25 KIP Forum 35 Grad. Usher 35 Newspaper Feature Ed. 4. Kotara, Richard-Harvey. Krause, Judith-Harvey-Girls Club 1, 2, 3, 4, T-pins 1, 25 GAA 1, 2, 3, Forum 35 KIP Forum 45 Pep Club 1. Krick, Gordon-Harvey-Varsity Football Mgr. 2, 4, Swimming and Golf Mgr. 25 Football 15 Latin Club 1, 25 Boys Club 1, 25 3Gym Jam 2, 35 Stage Lighting Crew 2, , 4. Krlunmick, Karen-Harvey-Girls Club 1, 2, 3, 45 JRC Repr. 45 Newspaper Distr. 1. Krygowski, Dennis-Posen-St. Bonaventure High 1, 25 Boys Club 3, 4. Kuczaik, Edwin-Harvey. Kwasny, Mary Jane-Harvey-Girls Club 1, 2, 3, 45 Class Senate 4, Float 4, Variety Show 25 Pep Club 4. L. Lambert, Virginia-Harvey-YFC 2, 3. Lamphear, Joan-Harvey. Lane, George-Harvey-Boys Club 1, 25 KIP Forum 15 Hockey Club 2. Lan.ham, Carol-Harvey. Larkin, Bill-Harvey. Larson, Lon-South Holland-Thornridge 25 DO Program 3, 4. La Rue, Judy-Harvey-Girls Club 1, 2, 45 Band 15 Pep Club 4. Lau, Marilynn-Harvey-Girls Club 1, 2, 3, 45 GAA 2, 3, 4, Swim Show 25 Orchesis 3, 4, Treasurer 4. La Vorene, Susan-Riverdale-St. Louis 15 Girls Club 2, 3, 45 GAA 35 Social Studies Club 35 FTA 35 KIP 3, 4. Learmouth, Lauralee-Hazel Crest-Girls Club 1, 2, 45 Band 1, 2, Orchestra 1, 2, 35 Math Club 3, 45 GAA 2. Lendi, Carmen-Harvey-Hall Guard 3. Lendi, Jim-Markham. Lendi, Ron - Harvey - Frosh-Soph Baseball Mgr. 15 Wrestling 25 Intramurals 3. Le Valley, Bill-Harvey-Boys Club 1, 2, 35 Glee Club 15 Football 15 JRC 1, 2. Lewis, Herman-Phoenix-Intramural Bas- ketball 2, 3, 4, Wrestling 35 Gym Leader 35 Projection Squad 15 Hall Guard 45 Faculty Asst. 4. Licina, Joan-Harvey-Girls Club Division Chairman 1, Repr. 2, 3, Big Sister 4, T- pins 1, 25 Glee Club 15 Orchesis 3, 45 Pep Club 45 GAA Forum 45 Gym Leader 3. Lindell, EugenwHarvey-Boys Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Repr. 2, 35 KIP Forum 35 JRC Repr. 1, 35 Newspaper Distr. 4. Lintner, Paul-Harvey-Gymnastics 1, 2, 3, 4, Club 1, 2, 3, 45 Track 25 Choir 1, 2, 3, 4. Liptok, Dianne-Harvey-Girls Club 1, 2, 3, 4, T-pins 1, 2, Conference Chairman 3, Coun- cil 45 JRC Repr. 35 Pep Club 3, 4. Livermore, Bob-Hazel Crest. Lo Bue, Linda-Harvey-Girls Club 1, 2, 35 Newspaper Dist. 3. Lohman, Penne-Riverdale. Lohse, Lois-Riverdale-Girls Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Class Senate 3, GAA 4, Pep Club 4, Dean's Asst. 4. Lojas, Matt-Harvey-Football 2, Wrestling 2. Lotz, Ellen-Riverdale-J RC Repr. 1, 4, GAA 1, 2, 3, 4, Swim Show 2, Girls Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Big Sister 4, T-pins 1, 2, Gym Leader 2, Pep Club 1, 2. Lucas, Paul-Harvey-Cross-Country 1, 2, Wrestling 1, 2, Track 1, AVC 2, 3, 4, KIP Forum 3. Lynch, John-Harvey. Lynn, Nancy-Harvey-Girls Club 1, 2, 3, 4, T-pins 1, 2, Klefs 4, Glee Club 1, 2, Mixed Chorus 3, 4, NHS Secretary 3, 4, Purple X 2, 3, 4, Orchesis 3, 4, GAA Forum 4, Na- tional Spanish Exam 3. Lyon, Linda-Harvey--Girls Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Board 3, 4, T-pins 1, 2, Torch Pin 3, JSA 3, Chairman 4, Dean's Asst. 3, 4, Refresh- ment Crew 3, 4, American Field Service 3, 4, Yearbook Staff 4. M. Macander, Rose-Harvey-Girls Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Treasurer 4, Awards 1, 2, 3, 4, Minor Of- ficer 1, 2, 3, Spanish Club 2, 3, Choir 1, 2, 3, 4, Klefs 4, Pep Club 1, 2, 3, 4, GAA 1, 2, 3, 4, Forum 3. Maczka, Carol-Riverdale-Girls Club 1, 2, 3, 4, T-pins 1, GAA 1, Glee Club 1, Library Asst. 2, Pep Club 4, Newspaper News Editor 4. Maher, Martin-Harvey-Boys Club 1, 2, 3, 4. Malvin, Barbara-Dixmoor-Glee Club 1, 2, Choir 3, 4, Spanish Club 2, 3, Girls Club 1, 2, 3, 4, GAA 2, 3, 4, FTA 4, JRC Repr. 4, Human Relations Club 3. Mancuso, Joe-Dixmoor-Football 2, Boys Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Hall Guard 2, 3, DE Club 4, Newspaper Distr. 4. Mandernack, Bob-Harvey-Boys Club Board 1, Treasurer 2, Secretary 3, President 4, Purple X 4, Key Club 2, 3, 4, Board 2, Lettermen's Club 3, 4, French Club 2, 3, Pep Club 2, 3, 4. Mangnus, Joanne-Riverdale-Gir-ls Club 1, 2, 3, 4, T-pins 1, 4, Stand-up 4, French Club 1, 2, Class Float 3, Prom Chairman 3, Newspaper Distr. 4, Pep Club 4. Mann, Pamela-Harvey-Girls Club 1, 2, 3, 4, T-pins 1, 2, Board 3, KIP Forum 2, 4, KIP Committee Chairman 4, 'KMan Who Came to Dinner" 2, Ind. Ed. Sec'y 4, Choir 1, 2, 3, 4, Latin Club 1, 2, Yearbook Staff 4. Maranto, Tina-Harvey-Girls Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Stand-Up 1, Pep Club 2, 3, 4. Marek, Bob-Riverdalc+F'ootball 1, 2, 3, Wrestling 1, 2, Boys Club 1, 2, 3, 4, News- paper Distr. 1, Hall Guard 1, Lettermen's Club 3, Attendance Cards 4. Marionneaux, Arthur-Dixmoor-Boys Club 4, DE Club 4. Markee, Susan-Harvey-Girls Club 1, 2, 3, 4, T-pins 2, Big Sister 4, Refreshment Crew 3, 4, Keydets 1, Madrigals 3, 4, Klefs 2, Choir 2, 3, 4, NHS 3, 4, PX 2, 3, 4. Marley, Wayne-Riverdale-Boys Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Repr. 1, Baseball 2, 3, 4, Homecoming Chairman 4, Math Club 4. Marshall, Karene-Dolton-Girls Club 1, 2, 3, 4, T-pins 1, 2, Minor Officer 2, 3, French Club 2, 3, Variety Show 3, GAA 2, 3, 4, Swim Show 2, Orchesis Pres. 3, 4, Foot- lighters 2, Class Senate 4. Martin, Ernest-Markham. Martin, Linda-Riverdale-Girls Club 4. Massick, Jim-Harvey-Hall Guard 1, 2, 3, 4, Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4, Cross-Country 3, 4, NHS 3, 4, Boys Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Key Club Forum 3, Intra. Basketball 3, Varsity Golf 3, 4. Mathews, Marion-Harvey-Glee Club 1, Spanish Club 3. Maxwell, Craig-Riverdale-Boys Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Repr. 3, 4, Hall' Guard 4, Math Club 4, Track 3, 4. McCaleb, Frank-Dolton. McCarthy, Rosemary-Harvey-Girls Club 1, 2, 3, 4, T-pins 1, 2, Council 4, KIP Forum 3, Pep Club 3, 4, DE Club 4, GAA 2. McChristie, Dave-Harvey-Boys Club 2, 3, 4, Repr. 2, 3, 4, DE Club 4. McCulloch, Joan-Harvey-Girls Club 1, 2, 3, 4, T-pins 1, 2, M-D Banquet 3, Council 2, KIP Forum 2, JRC Board 3, 4, Choir 1, 2, 3, 4, Class Officer 4, Cheerleader 3, 4, Co- Captain 4. McDaniel, Cammie - Phoenix - Boys Club Repr. 4, Tennis 3, Key Club 4, French Club 1, 2, JRC Repr. 3, Biology Club 1, YFC 4, Social Studies Club 3, 4, News- paper Distr. 1, Yearbook Staff 4. McGowan, Bill-Harvey-Boys Club 2, Latin Club 2, 3, Science Club 2, AVC 4, Year- book Staff 4. Mclieska, Sandra-Riverdale-Girls Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Minor Officer 2, 3 4, JRC Repr. 2, Gym Leader 2, 3, Pep Club 2, 3. McKibben, John-Harvey-Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4, Football 1, 2, 3, 4, Baseball 1, 2, Track 1, 2, 3, 4, Boys Club 1, 2, 3, Board 3, Span- ish Club 2, KIP Board 4, Lettermen's Club Vice-Pres. 4, Homecoming King 4. McKinzie, Maria-Harvey Girls Club l, 2, 3, 4, GAA 1, 2. Medley, William-Harvey. Michalski, Michael-Hazel Crest. Michor, Sonja-Harvey-Girls Club 1, 2, 3, ' Pep Club 2, 3, Class Senate 3, KIP Forum Middleton, Robert-East Hazel Crest. Mikos, Barbara-Hazel Crest-Girls Club 2, 3, 4, JRC Repr. 3, 4, GAA 3, Forum 4. Miller, Barbara-Harvey-Girls Club 2, 3, 4, FHA Secretary 3, Library Asst. 4. Miller, Dennis-Riverdale-Boys Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Repr. 1, 3, Intramural Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4, Football 1, PX 2, 3, 4, KIP Forum 4, Choir 2, 3, 4. Miller, Michael-Harvey. Miller, Roger-Harvey-Baseball 1, 4, KIP Forum 2, Boys Club 4. Mitchell, Inez-Harvey. Mitchell, Julius-Markham-Farragut High 1, 2, 3, Basketball 4. Morris, Joellyn-Harvey-Band 1, Pep Club 2, 3, 4, PX 3, 4, Choir 4, Girls Club May Queen Court 3, Council 4, KIP Fortun 1, Cheerleader 3, 4, Captain 4. Moser, Vicki-Dolton-Girls Club T-pins 1, 2, JSA 3, Welfare Chairman 3, Board 3, 2nd Vice-Pres. 4, Refreshment Crew 3, 4, May Queen Court 3, AFS American Abroad to Austria 3, NHS 3, 4, PX 4. Mrozek, Richard-Harvey-Boys Club 2, 3. Mrozek, Ronald-Harvey-Boys Club 2, 3, 4, Social Studies Club 2, 3. Muehring, Larry-Harvey-Boys Club 1, 2, 3, 4, KIP Forum 1, 2, JRC Repr. 3, 4, News- paper Distr. 4, Football 1, 2, 3, 4, Basket- ball 1, 2, 3, 4, Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4. Muller, Fred-Harvey-Boys Club 1, 2, 3, 4, KIP Forum 2, Band 3, 4, Board 4, Thorn- toneers 3, 4, Showboat Seven 3, 4, Orches- tra 2, 3, 4, "Man Who Came to Dinner". 2. Murdock, Robert-Markham-Crane Tech 1, Wrestling 2, Track 2. 4. 4. N. Natzke, Marilyn-Riverdale-Girls Club 1, 2, 3, 43, JLRC Repr. 4, GAA 1, 2, 3, 4, Pep Club Nelson, Jean-Harvey-Girls Club Sec'y 4, Awards 1, 2, 3, 4, Council 2, Dance Chair- man 3, Big Sister 3, 4, Refreshment Crew 3, PX 4, FTA 2, 3, 4, Glee Club 1, Chorus 2, 3, 4. Newberg, John-Riverdale-Gymnastics Team 1, 2, 3, 4, Club 2, 3, 4, Boys Club 1, 2. Nieckula, Cynthia-Harvey-Girls Club 1, 2, 3, 4, KIP Forum 3, 4, Pep Club 3, 4. Nicckula, Vicki-Harvey-Girls Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Class Senate 4, Pep Club 2, FHA 2. Niemann, Ralph-Harvey. Norton, Bonnie-Harvey-Girls Club 1, 2, 3, 4, T-pins 1, 2, Loyalty Day Chairman 3, Dean's Asst. 2, 3. Novotny, Rich-Harvey-Boys Club 4, JRC 4. 0. Oehmke, Bob-Harvey. Ocstmann, Thomas-Harvey-JRC 1, Hall guard32,4Boys Club Repr. 2, Newspaper is r. , . SENIORS Oldaker, Sharon-Harvey-Pennsylvania 1, 2, Chorus 3, 4, Madrigals 3, 4, GAA 3, YFC 3, 4, German Council 4, JRC 4. Oliver, Efficmlnhoenix-Girls Club APC 3, T- pins 1, 2, Orchesis 3, 4, GAA 1, 2, 3, 4, Pep Club 4, French Club 2, 3, 4, Liberets 4, Class Senate 4, Gym Leader 4. Olling, Ursula--Harvey-Girls Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Board 2, KIP 2, 3, Pep Club Officer 3. Olson, Gail-Harvey-Girls Club 1, 2, 3, 4, GAA 1, 2, 3, 4, YFC 3, Glee Club 1, 2, Mixed Chorus 3, 4, FHA 2. Osberg, Donald-Harvey-Boys Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Repr. 2, 4, Glee Club 1. Ott, Linda-South Holland-Girls Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Liberets 3. P. Pacholik, Sandra-Harvey--Girls Club 1, 2, 3, 4, KIP Foriun 1, Homemaking Style Show 2. Painter, Sandy-Harvey-Girls Club T-pins 1, 2, Board 2, Big Sister 4, May Queen Court 3, Homecoming Court 4, Class Offi- cer 1, 3, 4, GAA Board 2, 3, NHS 3, 4, Purple X 4, Yearbook Staff 4. Pala, Irene-Harvey-Girls Club 1, 2, 3, 4, APC 3, T-pins 1, 2, JSA 3, Big Sister 4, Marshal Chairman 4, Refreshment Crew 4, Pep Club 2, 3, 4, Senior Float 4. Palmer, Ethcl-Phoenix-Girls Club 1, 2, 4, GAA 3. Panichi, Kathleen-Harvey-Girls Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Awards 1, 2, 3, Division Chairman 3, APC 3, Refreshment Crew 3, 4, Big Sister 4, Pep Club 2, 3, 4, KIP Forum 2, News- paper Distr. 3, 4. Parham, Jeff-Phoenix-Football 1, 2. Pataki, Larry-Dolton. Patterson, Hattie-Harvey-Girls Club 4. Patterson, Trudy-Harvey-Girls Club 1, 2, 3, 4, GAA Board 1, 2, 3, 4, JRC Repr. 1, 2, Treasurer 3, 4, Biology Club 2, Gym Leader 2, 3, 4. Paul, Gloria--Dixmoor-Girls Club 1, 2, 4, GAA 1, 2, 3, 4, FHA 4, KIP Forum 4, JRC Repr. 2, 4, Human Relations Club 3. I Pavlak, Nancy-Riverdale-Girls Club T-pms 1, 2, Division Chairman 2, APC 3, GAA 1, 2, Pep Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Board 3, Vice-Pres. 4, KIP Forum 2, 3, 4, Footlighters 2, Gym Leader 2, 3. Peerbolte, Judith-Harvey-Girls Club 1, 2, 3, 4, T-pins 1, 2, Division Chairman 1, Big Sister 4, Council 4, GAA l, 2, Swim Show 2, Dean's Asst. 3, 4, Pep Club 2, 3, 4. Perkins, Gail-Riverdale-Girls Club Divi- sion Chairman 1, Council 3, Big Sister 4, Stand-Up 4, Awards 1, 2, 3, Band 1, Glee Club 1, GAA Forum 4, Swim Show 2, KIP Homecoming Chairman 4. Perry, Janice-Harvey-Girls Club 1, 2, 3, 4, APC 3, Division Chairman 4, D-D Chair- man 2, Stand-Up Chairman 2, T-pins 3, 4, Biology Club 2, 3, JRC Repr. 2. Peters, Tom-RiverdalwBoys Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Repr. 3, Play Cast 3. Peters, Bill-Harvey-Boys Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Repr. 2, 3, 4, Hall Guard 1, 2, 3, Key Club 2, 3, 4, Vars. Football Mgr. 2, 3, 4. Peterson, J oannc+Harvey-Girls Club 3. Petkus, Frank-Riverdale-Biology Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Boys Club 1, 4, Hall Guard 3, 4, Game Usher 4, Choir 3. P12tti5:c,4Ed-Harvey-Track 1, Boys Club 1, Pew, Jim-Harvey. Phillips, Harold-Harvey-Boys Club 1, Track 1, JRC Repr. 1, 2, 3, 4. Philpot, Rosemary-Harvey-YFC 1, 2, 3, 4, Pres. 3, 4, Girls Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Division Chairman 3, Council 4, Refreshment Crew 3, GAA 1, 2, 3, 4, Mixed Choir 3, 4, Latin Club 1, 2, French Club 3, 4. Plucinski, Dan-Harvey-Boys Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Repr. 3, Key Club 3, 4, Class Senate 2, 3, "My Three Angels" 4, Newspaper Distr. 4, French Club 2, 3, Freshman Orientation 4, Absentee Cards 4. Podgorski, Ed-Harvey. Podulka, Janice-Harvey-Girls Club 1, 2, 4, KIP Forum 2. 22 7 SENIORS Pogue, Bill-Harvey. Poindexter, Reuben-Harvey-Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4, Cross Country 3, 4. Polo, Barbara-Riverdale-Girls Club 1, 2, 3, 4, T-pins 1, 2, Council 3, GAA 2, Swim Show 2. Pomp, Marilyn-Hazel Crest-Girls Club T- pins 1, 2, JSA 3, APC 3, 4, Refreshment Crew 3, 4, Minor Officer 1, 4, Loyalty Day Chairman 4, Orchestra 1, GAA 2, 3, 4, Social Studies Club 1. Poremba, Veronica-Harvey-Girls Club 1, 2, 4, GAA 1, 2, 3, 4, Girls Choir 3, 4, Keydets 3, 4, Latin Club 2, 3, Science Club 1, Class Senate 3, FHA 1, 2, Yearbook Staff 4. Pouilly, Janice-Harvey-Girls Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Minor Officer 1, Pep Club 1, 2, 3, 4, GAA 3, 4. Pozclol, Joan-Posen. Propes, Lorna-Dolton-Girls Club 1, 2, 3, 4, T-pins 1, 2, Council 2, Class Senate 3, KIP Forum 4, Cheerleader 3, 4. Pruett, Dave-Harvey-Intramural Basket- ball 2, 3, 4. Pruitt, Bob-Harvey-Gym Leader 3, 4. Pruitt, WillicPHarvey. Quinn, Mari Beth-Harvey-Girls Club 1, 2, 3, 4, GAA 2, 3, 4, Social Studies Club 3. R. Rabidoux, Robert-Riverdale-Boys Club 4, KIP Forum 3, Bus Guard 2. Ramsey, Everett-Harvey--Football 1, Wres- tling 1, Hall Guard 2, 3. Randle El, Willy-Harvey-Football 1, 2, 3, 4, Basketball 2, 3, 4, Track 3, 4, Boys Club 1, 2, Lettermen's Club 3, 4. Rayford, Barbara-Phoenix-Girls Club 1, GAA 1, 2, 3, Social Studies Club 3. Read, Norman-Harvey. Redmon, Emma-Dixmoor-Girls Club 1, 4, T-pins 1, 2, GAA 1, 2, 3, 4' JRC 1, 2, 3, Intramurals 1, Chorus 1, JRC Repr. 3, Sen- ior Class Float 4, Gym Jam 4, Homecom- ing Committee 4. Renner, Thomas-Riverdale-Boys Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Choral Groups 1, 3, School Photogra- pher 1, 2, 3, 4, Newspaper Picture Ed. 3, Sports Ed. 4, KIP Forum 1, Camera Club Pres. 2, Hall Guard 1, Bus Guard 2, 3. Reyelts, Frederick-Harvey. Ribando, Beverly-Harvey-Girls Club 1, 2, T-pins 1, 2, Minor Officer 1. Richards, Nancy-Harvey-Class Senate Alt. 4. Riddle, Nancy-East Hazel Crest-YFC 2, 3, 4, Secy.-Treas. 3, Girls Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Girls Choir 2, 3, 4, Keydets 3, 4, KIP Forum 4, GAA 3, 4. Rinearson, Richard-Riverdale-Thornridge 2-AV Squad 1, 2, 3, 4, Lighting Crew 2, 3, 4, Bus Guard 1, 2, 3, Hall Guard 2, Wres- tling 1. Rizzuti, Michael-Harvey. Roberts, Edjuana-Dixmoor-Girls Club T- pins 1, 2, APC 3, Big Sister 4, Stand-Up Chairman 4, Council 4, GAA 1, 2, 3, 4, Or- chesis 3, 4, Choir 1, 2, Advance Chorus 3, 4, Language Clubs 2, 3, 4. Robertson, Brian-Harvey-Gymnastics Team 2, 3, 4, Club 3, Boys Club 1, 2, 3, 4, JRC Repr. 4. Robinson, Richard-Harvey-Boys Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Thorntoneers 3, 4. Romba, Carol-Harvey-Girls Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Dean's Asst. 3, Council 3, May Queen Court 3, "Anne Frank" 3, Thespians 3, Class President 3, Asst. Treas. 4, Prom Chairman 3, KIP Secretary 4. Romba, Renee-Harvey-Girls Club 1, 2, 3, 4, T-pins 1, 2, Division Chairman 2, Class Senate 3, Newspaper Distr. 2, FHA 1, Pep Club 3, 4. Rosolowski, Ken-Harvey-Boys Club 3, Hall Guard 3, Track 1, Swimming 2, Camera Club 2, Gymnastics 1. Ross, 'Betty-Harvey-Girls Club 1, 2, 3, 4, T-pin 1, GAA 3, Glee Club 1, 2, Choir 3, 4. 228 Rothenhoefer, Isla-Harvey-Girls Club 1, 2, 3, 4, T-pins 1, 2, Minor Officer 1, 2, APC 3, Float Chairman 4, Glee Club 1, GAA 3, 4, Orchesis 3, 4, Dance Concert 3. Rotkvic, Edward--Riverdale-PSwimming 1, 2, 3, Tennis 1, Boys Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Repr. 3, 4, Hall Guard 1, 2, 3, Gym Jam Chairman 3, DE Club 4, Thorntonite Distr. 1, 2, 3, Band 1, 2. Rowe, Dorothy-Harvey-Girls Club Awards 1, 2, 3, Refreshment Crew 3, 4, APC 3, Mixed Chorus 2, 3, 4, Klefs 2, 3, 4, Gym- nastics Club 1, Orchesis 3, Grad. Usher 3, PX 3, 4, NHS 3, 4. Rozek, Donald-Harvey-Boys Club 1, Latin Club 2, DE Club 4. Ruble, Richard-Harvey-JRC Repr. 1. Rutherford, Terry-Hazel Crest-Girls Club 1, 2, 3, 4, M-D Banquet Chairman 3, T- pins 1, 2, General Science Club 1, Biology Club 2, Footlighters 1, 2, Klefs 4, Band 2, 3, 4, Choir 3, 4, Orchesis 3, 4. S. Sachs, Stephen-Harvey-Coin Club 3, 4, Bowling 3. Sailors, Shirley-Harvey-Girls Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Awards 1, 2, 3, APC 3, Big Sister 4, FTA 1, 2, 3, 4, KIP Forum 3, PX 2, 3, 4, Treasurer 4, Grad. Usher 3, NHS 3, 4. St. Pierre, Diane-Hazel Crest-Girls Club 1, 2, 3, 4, GAA 1, 2, 3, J. C. French Club 4, Latin Club 2, 3, Scribe 4, Choir 1, 2, 3, 4, Klefs 2, 3, 4. .-.1-- -. Salvage, Donna-Dolton-Girls Club 1, 2, 3, 4, T-pins 1, 2, Scholarship Tea 3, Loyalty Day Repr. 2, GAA 1, 2, Choir 1, 2, 3, 4, Pep Club 2, 3, 4, FTA 1, 2, 3, 4, Sec'y 2, Pres. 3. Sa:-gmgogiiaro, Pat-Harvey-Girls Club 1, 2, Sanford, Karen-Riverdale-Girls Club 1, 2, 3, 4, D-D Committee 2, PTA Festival 1, T- pins 1, 2, Library Asst. 3, 4, Spanish Club 2, Footlighters 3, 4, Pres. 4, Thespians 3, 4, "Anne Frank" 3. Saska, Mary Ann-Posen-Girls Club 1, 2, 3, 4, T-pins 1, 2, Stand-Up Stunt 3, JRC geprillg Class Senate 3, Scenery for "Anne 1,3-rl Y! 3. Schindler, Barbara-Harvey-Girls Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Council 1, 2, 3, KIP Forum 1, 4, PX 3, 4, Band 1, 2, 3, 4. Schippits, Judie-Harvey-Girls Club 1, GAA 3. Schlueter, Nancy-Riverdale-Girls Club 1, 2, 3, 4, T-pins 1, 2, MAC 1, GAA 3, 4, Board 4, Pep Club 4, Gym Leader 3, 4. Schmall, Tom-Riverdale-DE Club 4. Schneiter, Susan-Harvey-Girls Club 1, 2, 3, 4, T-pin 1, Glee Club 1, Library Asst. 3, JRC 4. Schnering, James-Harvey-Boys Club 2, 3. Schoenleben, Howard-Harvey. Scholz, Jerri-Riverdale-Girls Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Division Chairman 2, Pep Club 2, 3, Club Choir 1, 2, 3, 4, Class Senate 4. Schroeder, Lois - Riverdale - Girls Minor Officer 1, 2, 3, T-pins 1, 2, APC 3, KIP Foruin 1, 2, Homecoming Chairman 4, GAA Board 2, PX 2, 3, 4, Pep Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Board 3, 4, Class Senate 2, 3. Scghulrr, Barbara-Harvey-Girls Club 1, 2, Scott, James-Harvey-Modern Dance 1, 2, Orchesis 3, 4, Library Asst. 3. Seehausen, Susanne-Harvey-Girls Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Newspaper Distr. 1, 2, 4, KIP Forum 4, Homecoming Float 3, Prom Com- mittee 3. Selk, Lorraine-Hazel Crest-Girls Club 1, 2, 3, 4, APC 3, T-pins 1, 2, GAA 1, 2, 3, 4, JRC Repr. 4, Newspaper Distr. 3, HR Float 3. Seglsi Jlme-Harvey-Franklin Co. High 1, Severs, Carole-Riverdale-Girls Club 1, 2, 3, 4, T-pins 1, 2, Minor Officer 1, Book- store 2, 3, 4, GAA 1, 2, 3, 4, Latin Club 2, 3, KIP Forum 3, Class Senate 3. Seville, John-Harvey-Boys Club 4, AVC 2, 3, HR Float 3. Shearer, Jerry-Harvey-Tuley High 1. Siller, Bobby - Phoenix - Cross-Country 4, Wrestling 4. Silzer, Tom-Harvey-Boys Club 2, 3, 4, Hall Guard 2, 3, 4, Cafeteria 1, 2, 3, 4, Cross- Country 3, 4. Simnick, Janet-Riverdale-Girls Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Pep Club 4, Latin Club Float 2. Sims, Altheida-Phoenix-Girls Club 1, GAA 2. Siville, Margaret-Harvey-Bremen 1, 2, Girls Club 4, FTA Board 4, Band 3, GAA 3, JRC Repr. 4, Class Senate 3, Yearbook Staff 4. Sliiggr, Denny-Dolton-Chicago Vocational Slusscr, Dennis-Harvey. Smith, Gail-Harvey-Girls Club 1, 2, 4, T- pins 1, 2, KIP Forum 1, Glee Club 1, Choir 2, 3, 4, GAA Forum 3. Smith, Ron-Harvey-Boys Club 1, 3, 4, Repr. 4, Class Float 4. Smith, Stephen-Dixmoor-Boys Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Bus Guard 1, 2, 3, 4, Hall Guard 3, 4, Campus Patrol 3, 4, Intramural Basketball 3, 4, Football 1, 2, Cross-Country 3, 4, Track 1, 2, 4, Co-Captain 4. Smith, William-Phoenix-Wrestling 1, 2, 3, Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4, Purple X 4, Class Senate 4, Basketball 4. Smits, Allen-South Holland-Boys Club 2, 3, 4, Gym Leader 3, 4, Gymnastics Club 4. Snow, Sandra-Harvey-Girls Club 1, YFC 3, 4, GAA 3, 4, Forum 4, JRC Repr. 4, Social Studies Club 4. Snyder, Sue-Dolton-Girls Club Minor Of- ficer 2, 3, Welfare 3, Stand-Up 2, 3, T-pins 1, 2, Pep Club 2, 3, 4, Secretary 4, GAA 1, 2, 3, 4, Board 2, KIP Forum 3, 4, Home- coming Chairman 2, 3. Sobucki, Barbara-Dolton-Girls Club 1, 2, 3, Council 2, Class Senate 4, KIP Forum 3, GAA 1, French Club 1. Spangler, Sandy-Harvey-Girls Club 1, 2, 3, 4, KIP Forum 2, Newspaper Distr. 2, 4, JRC Repr. 3, Council 4, Class Senate 4, Gym Leader 4. Spens, Michelene-Hazel Crest-Girls Club 1, 2, 3, 4, T-pins 1, 2, Council 1, 3, Division Chairman 2, APC 3, D-D Banquet Chair- man 4, Gym-Jam Chairman 4, GAA 3, 4, Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Harvey Hoofers 4. Spoor, Pat-Riverdale-Girls Club 1, 2, 3, 4, KIP Forum 1, 2, Newspaper Distr. 3, 4, GAA 1, 2, Pep Club 2. Staat, William-Harvey-KIP 4, Class Sen- ate 3, News Bureau 3, German Club 2, 3, Chemistry Club 3, Science Club 1, Seminar 4, Hall Guard 4. Staples, Cl,aristine-Markham-Girls Club 1, 2,,JRC Repr. 1, 4, GAA 1, 3. Stark, Carole-Riverdale-Girls Club 1, 2, 3, 4, APC 3, 4, T-pins 1, 2, D-D Banquet Chairman 4, Division Chairman 3, Council 4, Band 1, 2, 3, 4. Stephen, Joe-Harvey. Stephen, Vern-Harvey. - Starzyk, Camillcf?Harvey. Stephens, Harold-Harvey-Alabama 2. Sterkowitz, Barbara-Harvey-Girls Club 1, 2, 3, 4, JRC Repr. 3. Stone, Judy-Harvey-Girls Club 1, 2, 3, Pep Club 4, Red Cross 3. Strahl, Dick-Dolton-lntrarnurals 1, 2, PX 4, Math Club 4, Boys Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Repr. 4, Homecoming Committee 4. Stroh, Roberta-Harvey-JRC Board 1, Girls Club Council 1, 2, T-pins 1, 2, KIP Forum 1, 2, 3, Harvey Hoofers 2, 3, 4, Cheerleader 3, 4, Keydets 2, Choir 4, Lettermen's Club 3, 4. Studenroth, Art-Harvey-Boys Club 1, 4, Hall Guard 2. Sullivan, Joel-Harvey. Slunega, Bettcfliazel Crest-Girls Club 1, 2, 3, 4, T-pins 1, 2, Division Chairman 1. Sumner, Edward-Riverdale-Boys Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Track 2, Wrestling 2, Math Club 3, 4, President 4, Key Club 4, PX 4, NHS 3, 4. Stmdberg, May-Riverdale-Pep Club Board 3, 4, Girls Club Minor Officer 2, 3, Board 4, Stand-Up 4, Big Sister 4, PX 3, 4, "Diary of Anne Frank" 3, Class Senate 3, KIP Forum 4, GAA 1, 2, 3, 4. Sundberg, Nicolette-Harvey-Girls Club 1, 2, 3, T-pin 1, JRC Repr. 4. Suttles, Velma-Harvey-Girls Club 25 Glee Club 1, Choir 2, 3, Mixed Choir 45 JRC Repr. 4. Sutton, Roger-Harvey. Swanson, Edward-Harvey-Boys Club 1, 3, 45 Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Thorntoneers 4, Orches- tra , 2. Swarens, Larry-Harvey-Hall Guard 45 Band 2. Sweeney, Donald--Harvey-Boys Club 1, 2, 3, 45 Glee Club 1, Mixed Choir 2, 3, 4, Madrigals 4. Swietlik, Rosemarie-Harvey-Girls Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Division Chairman 2, T-pins 1, 25 JRC Repr. 15 Library Asst. 45 Class Sen- ate 35 Pep Club 2. Szwet, David-Harvey. T. Taylor, Barbara-Blue Island-Girls Club 1, 2, 3, 4, T-pins 1, 2, JSA 3, Big Sister 4, D-D Chairman 4, Refreshment Crew 3, 4, APC 3, 45 KIP Forum 4, Gym Jam Chairman 45 GAA 1, 2. Taylor, Paula-Harvey-Girls Club 1, 2, 3, 4. Teeter, Jtuie-Harvey-Pana High 15 Girls Club 2, 3, 4, White T-pin 35 Homecoming Float 35 Social Studies Asst. 4. Terandy, Doug-Harvey-Varsity Basketball 3, 45 Boys Club 4, Repr. 4. Thomas, Barry-Markham. Thomas, Minnie--Phoenix-Girls Club 1, 2, 3, 4, T-pin 15 Pep Club 2, 3, 45 Glee Club 1, Mixed Choir 2, 3, 45 Nurses' Aide 35 Inter-group Relations Seminar 35 GAA 2, 3, 45 FHA Treasurer 2, 35 FTA 3, 4. Thompson, Doris-RiverdalwGirls Club 1, 2, 3, 45 T-pins 1, 2. Thornton, Candy-Riverdale-Girls Club 1, 2, 45 GAA 3, 4, Forum 25 Glee Club 1, 2, 3, ghljoir 45 Swim Pageant 2, 45 Gym Leader Tieman, Allan-Blue Island. Timmann, Carol-Dolton-Girls Club 1, 2, 3. Tompkins, Pamela-Harvey-Glee Club 15 KIP Forum 15 GAA 4. Terrence, Donna-Harvey-Girls Club 1, 2, 3, 4, T-pins 1, 2, D-D Chairman 45 Pep Club 45 KIP Board 45 YFC Vice-President 35 NHS 3, 45 Class President 45 May Queen 35 Homecoming Queen 4. Towns, Ann-Harvey-St, Louis Academy 15 Girls Club 2, 3, 4, T-pins 2, APC 35 GAA Forum 3, Board 45 Majorettes 2, 3, 45 Pep Club 2, 3, 45 KIP Forum 3, 45 DO 45 Gym Jam Chairman 3. Trykall, William-Harvey-Boys Club 4, Hall Guard 4. Tucker. Stanley-Markham. Turek, Robert-Harvey-Boys Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Repr. 3, 4, Game Usher 2, 3, 45 Latin Club 2, 35 Choir 2, 3, 4, Glee Club 15 Footlighters 5, 23, 31, 4, Treas. 3, Vice-Pres. 4, Play Cast U. Unser, Diane-Harvey-Reavis 1, 2, 3. V. Vallow, Ronald-East Hazel Crest. Vanderbok, William-Riverdale-Boys Club 3, 4, Repr. 4, Bus Guard 45 Intramural Bowling 3. Van Dommelen, Lois-Harvey-Girls Club 1, 2, 3, 45 Glee Club 1, Choir 2, 3, 4, Klefs 3, 4. Van Eck, Vicki-Dolton-Girls Club Minor Officer 1, 2, 3, 4, Awards 1, 2, 3, Stand-Up Chairman 3, Refreshment Crew Chairman 4, Big Sister 45 Choral Groups 1, 2, 3, 4, Klefs 3, 45 PX 2, 3, 45 NHS 3, 4, Class Senate 3. Van Laningham, Gary-Harvey-Boys Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Hall Guard 2, 35 Gymnastics Team 2, 3, 4, Club 3, 4, AVC 15 Diving Team 3. Varner, Margie-Harvey-GAA 1, 25 Girls Club 1, 2, 35 Liberets 4. Velon, William-Dolton-Cross-Country 3, 45 Track 2, 3. Vetter, Peter-Harvey. Vetteriek, Mildred-Riverdale-Girls Club 1, 2, 4, Council 1, 2, T-pins 1, 25 KIP Forum 15 JRC Repr. 15 Biology Club 2. Viehweg, Sherry-Dolton-Girls Club 1, 2, 45 JRC Repr. 4, Newspaper Distr. 25 DE Club Secretary 4. Virgil, Donna-Dolton-Girls Club Board 1, 3, Welfare Chairman 3, Awards 1, 2, 35 JRC 1, 2, 3, Vice-President 35 PX 2, 3, 45 NHS 3, 45 Library .Asst. 1, 2, 35 May Queen Court 35 All School Play 1, 2. Vlack, Dean-Marian High 1. W. Walczak, Bill--Posen. Walencik, Rita-Harvey-Girls Club 1, 2, 3, 4. Walker, Charlotte-Phoenix. Walker, Delores-Phoenix-Girls Club 1, 2, 45 GAA 1, 2, 3, 45 FHA 2, 45 Pep Club 2, 4. Ward, Joseph-South Holland. Ward, Kenny-Harvey. Warnell, Joseph-Phoenix-Boys Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Repr. 2, Board 45 KIP Forum 15 JRC Repr. 35 Football 1, 2, 3, 45 Wrestling 1, 2, 3, 45 Track 1, 2, 3, 4. Warns, Norman-Riverdale-Boys Club 1, 2, 3, 45 Key Club 45 Chemistry Club 3, 45 Newspaper Distr. 45 JRC Repr. 45 KIP Forum 45 Bus Guard 3. Wasilkoff, Peter-Harvey-Boys Club 1, 2, 3, 45 Wrestling 15 JRC Repr. 15 KIP Forum 2, 35 NHS 3, 45 PX 3, 45 Key Club 3, 45 Class Senate 2, 45 Newspaper Distr. 45 Chemistry Club 3, 4. SENIORS Weaver, Glenn-Harvey. Webb, Jack-Riverdale-Boys Club 1, Bus giigargl 35 Inventors Club 1, 25 Sotuid Crew Webb, Les-Hazel Crest. Weise, Rich-Harvey-Boys Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Repr. 25 Hall Guard 3, 45 Newspaper Distr. 15 KIP Forum 25 Key Club 3, 45 Social Studies Club 35 JRC Council 4. Weisgerber, J oe-Harvey. Wells, Doug-Harvey. Wells, Peter-Riverdale. Wheatley, Sylvia-Harvey-Glee Club 1. White, Gordon-Harvey-Track 2, 3, Foot- ball 3, 4. Wiegand, Ken-Hazel Crest-Boys Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Repr. 3, 45 Gymnastics 2, 3, 45 Let- termen's Club 3, 45 Track 2, 3, 45 Home- coming 3, 45 KIP Forum 1, 25 Hall Guard 3, 45 Thorntoneers 1, 2. Wilkens, Melvin-Riverdale. Williams, Tom-Harvey. Wilson, Margaret-Phoenix-GAA 3, 45 Girls Club 3, 4. Wise, Frederick-Harvey-Hall Guard 25 Bus Guard 25 Boys Club 2. Y. Yadrou, Jerry-Harvey-Track 25 Hall Guard 2, 45 JRC Repr. 3. Yates, Janice-Harvey-Girls Club Tzpins 1, 2, Division Chairman 3, 45 Biology lub 2, 3, 4, Prog. Chairman 3, 4, Vice-Pres. 45 Chemistry Club 3, 45 GAA 2, 3, 4, Swim Show 25 Eng. Rental Asst. 45 YFC 4. Yatsak, Joyce-Dolton-Girls Club APC 4, T-pins 1, 2, Board 45 French Club 1, 25 De- bate Club 25 GAA 1, 2, 3, 4, Vice-Pres. 4, Board 3, 45 YFC 35 Class Senate 4. Z. Zahler, Susanne-Harvey-Girls Club 1, 2, 3, 45 GAA 35 Pep Club 4. Zeimetz, Caryl-Dolton-Girls Club 1. Zmuda, Carol-Harvey-Girls Club 1, 2, 3, 45 Library Asst. 3. Zuithoff, Sandy-Dolton-Girls Club 1, 2, 3, 4, AFS Chairman 3, Conference Chair- man 3, Division Chairman 15 GAA 1, 2, 35 Footlighters 1, 2, Pres. 25 KIP Forum 3, Gym Jam Chairman 3, Homecoming Chair- man 4. Zweifel, Arnold-Harvey-Football 1, 2, 35 Wrestling 1, 25 Baseball 1, 2, 3, 45 Key Club 3, 4, President 45 Latin Club 1, 25 Boys Club 1, 2, 3, 45 Hall Guard 3, 4, Cap- tain 45 Lettermerfs Club 3. 229 161 Beier, Mrs. Mable ............ 143 A Abbott, James .................. 196 Abbott, Sharon ........ 100, 209 Abels, Terry ................ 91, 182 Abshire, David ........ 112, 209 Acquaviva, Mary ...... 99, 209 Adams, Ed ....,..................,.. 182 Adams, Adams, Jerry .........,.. 121, Adams Adams Harold .................. 143 160 , Linda ..............,.... ,160 , Mattie .................. 209 Baker, Adamson, Judy ........ 101, 209 Ahearn, Mrs. Nancy ,..... 143 Ahern, Margaret ...,,......... 158 Ahrens, Carole ......,........... 182 Ahrens, Ruth ....... ,..... l 54 Aker, Claude .......... ...... 1 82 Albrecht, Edith ...........,.... 209 Albrecht, Priscilla .......... 182 Alcala, Irene.. ,.........,...,..... 160 Aldridge, Gary .................. 196 Alexander, Jerome .......... 209 Allen, Lorraine ................ 196 Allen, Norvin ...........,........ 196 Allgood, Leroy .......... 134, 196 Allison, Ernestine ............ 160 Allison, Learline .............. 196 Allison, Oliver ............ 97, 209 Allison, Pearline .............. 196 Alsip, Carol .................. 35, 160 Alterie, Candice ........,..... 69, 101, 209 Altman, Dennis .... . ........... 209 Altringer, Diane ............. .182 Amberg, Jean ............ 93, 209 Amberg, Sue .................... 158 Amsden, Anne ......... ..... Anders, Sandra ....,.......... 210 .160 .158 Anderson, Albert ............ 160 Anderson Bernadette..196 Anderson, Bob .......... 76, 196 Anderson, Carole ...... 74, 196 Anderson, Craig .,.... 123, 182 Anderson Hiram ............ 118, 135, 196 Anderson Janet ................ 73, 133, 182 Anderson, Joan ..,............. 209 Anderson Joyce ................ 73, 86, 182 Anderson, Karen ...,.. 97, 196 Anderson, Kathleen ....,.,. 196 Anderson, Keith ................ 71, 123, 182 Anderson, Lee .............. 56, 68, 72, 73, 180, 182 Anderson, Mel ......,..,.. 68, 160 Anderson Nancy ............ 182 Anderson Anderson, Anderson, Paul .......... 77, R. E ...... ...118, Sue ................. Anclras, Jerry ................... Andreatha, Dennis ........ . Andrews, Marcia ......... Andrews, Royer ............... .211 Briddick, Gary ................. 160 143 .182 .209 .209 .196 .209 Andrews, Shirley ............ 143 Anton, Carol ...,....,............... 23 Aprati, Fred .......... 52, 68, 69, 108, 121, 157, 160 Archer, Penny .................. 160 Archer, Susan .................... 160 Arendt, Gayle ................... .209 Arlen, Ronald ....,...........,... 182 Armbruster, Wa1ter..46, 143 Armington, Charles..97,196 Armor, Jim ........................ 196 Armor, Joyce. ............. 74, 160 Armstrong, John ........ 51, 71, 157, 160 Armstrong, Suzanne ...... 90, 132, 160 Arredondo, Vincent ........ 209 Aseltine, James ........ 143, 150 Atkins, William ................ 160 Atkinson, Carol .......... 95, 209 Atkinson, Mike ................ 112, E 124, 196 Aurand, Gayle .................. 160 Aurand, Keith .................. 196 Austin, Anita ...................... 95, 101, 209 Ayers, Meryl ...................... 77, 119, 209 Index of Personnel B Babiarz, Andy .................. 112, 124,196 Babiarz, Janice ................ 182 Babich, George ......,... 76, 182 Bac, Carol ............................ 17, 75, 97, 196 Bachar, Joanne .............,.... 44, 48, 97, 209 Bachman, James .............. 42, 43, 91, 182 Bachman, Sue ............ 69, 196 Backlin, Judy ............ 97, 196 Backlin, Richard .............. 160 Bacon, Charles ....,............. 92, 93, 160 Badis, Laurie ............ 100, 209 Baer, Donald ............ 111, 209 Baer, Roselee .................... 154 Baietto, Judy .................... 209 Bailey, Barbara ................ 196 Bailey, Cecil ................ 29, 209 Bailey, Rosita. ................... 196 Baity, Audrey .......... 101, 209 Baker, Claude ...... 76, 87, 182 Baker, James .......... .......... 1 60 Baker, Helen ...................... 196 Baker, Marshall ........ 135, 196 Baker, Myrtle .................... 209 Ronald. ...... .....99, Baldon, William ................ Balducci, Larry ................ Ball, Richard ...................... 209 210 182 196 Baltrusch, Mrs. Marion.. 143 Bamforth, Ray .......... 120, Banasiak, Larry ...,.... 90, Bane, John .................. 76, Banks, Donna ............ . ....... Banks, Eileen .............. 97, Banks, Eugene .................. Banks, Banovich, Diane .............. Barcikowski, William .... Patricia ........... Barczak, Judith .......,........ Bardo, Carol .,.................... Bare, Beverly .................... 210 210 182 210 196 210 182 158 197 210 182 210 Barfield, Margaret .......... 69, 100, 210 Barg, Clifford .................,.. 160 Bargiel, Jo Ann ................ 54, 85, 182 Barker, Donald ................ 182 Barker, Gary ...................... 76, 77, 120, 197 Barker, Gertrude ...... 95, 182 Barker, Judy ...................... Barker, Leigh .................... Barmore, Sarah ............... 143, Barnes, Craig ,... .......... 9 7, Barnhill, Bill ...................... Barnhill, Bonnie ........ 32, Baron, Edmond ................ Baron, Jerry ...................... Baron, Linda ........ 95, 99, Barringer, Eugene .......... Barron, Lynn ...... 83, 133, Barrons, Gregory .... 122, Bartman, Fannie .... 143, Bartosh, Kathy ................. 91, Bartosek, Judith ............. , Barns, Ginger ..................,. Bass, Joyce ..............,......... Basye, Sue .................... 69, 112, 182, Bates, Mary ...........,.... 90, 183 197 .47, 151 183 183 210 183 210 197 183 197 152 .73, 197 197 183 210 70. 183 183 Battenburg, Ruth ............ 197 Batty, Ron .........,............ 8, Bauman, Frank ........ 106, 183 143 Baumer, Robert.. ..,........... 143 Baumgartner, William..l97 Bean, Michael .................. 197 Beardsley, Glenn ........ 92, 96, 98, 160, 179 Beattie, Barbara ........ 45, 197 Beauchamp, William ...... .. 183 76, Beck, Barbara .................. 183 Becker, Edward ............. ...197 Becker, Glen ................ 52, 69, 77, 106, 53, 108 Becker, Ralph ........,.....,....... 25 Beeman, Larry .................. 197 Begnoche, Marguerite .... 143, Beier, Carl .................. 140, 152 152 Bell, David .......................... 197 100 210 Bell, Debbie ........ 17, , Bell, Jane ........................ .... 1 97 Bell, Melvin ................ 90, 210 Belmonti, Sam .................. 77, 134, 160 Belmore, Darlene .............. 85. 96, 183 Belt, James ........................ 183 Bender, Robert ................ 160 Benedetto, John .............. 1 22, 123, 143 Benjamin, Mrs. Carolyn.. 143 Bennett, Pam ........ 31, 71, 82, 86, 156, 157, Beno, Thomas .................... Bentley, John ........ 76,-77, Bentley, Paul .... . ....... 117, 1 Berglind, Don ...,.. 36, 37, 160 Bernas, Barbara .............. 197 197 Bernas, Sharon ........,. 69, Berry, Clyde ...................... 210 81, 160 197 Benson, Jeffery .,.............. 210 197 60 Berry, Tom ........ 29, 108, 160 Bessinger, Terri ........ 73, 74, 83, 96, 156, 157, 161 Best, Shelton ...... ..............,. 1 97 Bianco, Sandra ....,........... 210 Bibbins, Christine .... 97, 197 Bibbins, Roberta ........ 99, 197 Bibbs, Darrell ......... ..... ...... 2 1 0 Bice, Elizabeth .................. 73, 74, 183 Bieganowski, Florence..2l0 Bielby, William .............. .210 Bielecki, Fran .................... 158 Bigger, Gaile ...................... 183 Biggers, Deborah ............ 210 Billings, Betty ................. ..75, 101, 210 Bindell, James .................. 210 Binnie, Sue .....,..............., .197 Bisberg, Michael .....,..... ..1l, 120, 210 Bisberg, Mrs. V ...,..... 12, 143 Bischof, Ruth ............ 158, 179 Bishop, Carolyn .............. .210 Bishop, Dale ,... ....... ...... . 2 10 Bishop, David .................. .197 Bishop, Edward .............. .161 Bishop, Gail ,................... .183 Bishop, Jenny .................. .210 Bishop, Tony ............ 121, 161 Bissonnette, Daniel .,.... 87, 161 Bitters, Caroll .......,.......... 197 Bittings, Angela ..........,... 210 Bittner, Janet ............ 101, 210 Black, David .............. 122, 210 Black, John ........................ 183 Black, Kathleen ...,.......... 100 Blackburn, Jim .................. 59, 77, 210 183 Blackmon, Marshall ........ Blackmon, Robert .......... 110. 197 183 Blaha, Robert ............ 106, 143 Blais, Gayle ..,....... 69, 79, 161 118, Blackstone, John .... .......... 125, Blackstone, William ........ 125, Blake, David ............ 3, 76, 77, 95, 108, 121, 183 Blake, Ednarina ...... 101, 210 Blake, John ........................ 155 Blake, Mavis .............. 95, 100, 210 209, Blake, Regina .................... 161 Blakemore, Mari .............. 197 Blanchard, Mary ..,........... 210 29, 183 Blanchard, Linda.. .... ........ 7 4, 210 100, Blank, Beverly .................. 197 Blank, Dennis .................... 161 Blank, Kenneth ................ 210 Blank, William .................. 197 Blanke, Diana ..... ............. ..210 Blankenburg, Dave ........ 161 Blankenburg, Linda......21O Blatt, Christine ................ 197 Blessing, Jayne .......... 78, Blink Betti ........,......... 69 Blooniquisr, Judy ..... .251 197 50. ' 71, 72, 73, 74, 89, 156, 157, 161 Bloomquist, Nancy .......... 197 Blount, Barbara ................ 45, 100, 210 Bobonick, Judy ............ ...... 6 9, 70, 161 Boddeker, Kenneth..95, 210 Bodie, Judy ................... ,.... 1 97 Bodry, William ................ 210 Boers, Dennis .....,.. ........ 2 10 Bogash, James ....... ...... . .161 Boitnott, Carole ....,........... 158 Bolden, James ....... ........ 2 10 Bolduc, Darlene. ............... 197 Bolnick, Deanna ........ 42, 43, 44, 79, 82, 161, 195 Bolnick, Howard ,,.....,. ..... 1 22 Bond, Katie ,............. .......... 1 97 Bonke, Donald ............ 99, 210 Bonneau, Ronald.. .... 95, 210 Bonnema, Sherry ...... 74, 197 Bonner, Melvin ........ 118, 197 Borchelt, Sharon ......,....,.. 210 Borden, John .............. 97, 210 Borgarding, Sharon ........ 183 Borris, Jim ............ 37, 84, 161 Borst, Leroy., .................... 183 Borys, Terry...QEz.76, 117, 161 Bos, Robert ...............,........ 210 Bosgraaf, Barbara..l00, 210 Bosgraaf, Nancy ...... 101, 210 Boston, Gary ...................... 183 Boswell, Andrea ...... 100, 210 Bouchard, Emerson ........ 68, 71, 118, 197 Bouchard, Nancy ..........,. 197 Boudreau, Louis, Jr ......... 118, 197 Boudreau, Louis .............. 139 Boudreau, Sharyn..158, 180 Boulden, Donna .....,.. 69, 161 Bourkard, Beverly .......... 75, 156, 157, 161 Bowers, Leo .............. 143, 152 Bowers, Verdina .............. 183 Bowes, Barbara .......... 69, 75, 83, 85, 161 Bowman, Roger ........ 120, 210 Bowman, Winston .... 76, 161 Boyer, Carol ...........,............ 95, 97, 133, 210 Boyle, Sandra ...... 93, 99, 210 Boysen, Charles ................ 143 Braccio, Marsha ..,...........,. 210 Bracken, Faye ...........,...... 197 Brackins, Tyrone ..........,. 210 Bradford, Donald ............ 197 Bradford, Doris ......,,........ 158 Bradshaw, Robert ............ 77, 110, 120, 197 Brand, Patricia ................ 210 Brand, Richard ................ 210 Brandon, James ........ . ....... 210 Brandon, Kathy. ............... 197 Brandon, Linda ................ 183 Brandt, John ...................... 183 Bransky, Jeffrey ...... 69, 210 Brashinger, Matthew .... 210 Bratcher, Ervin ....... 3 ....... 108 Bratcher, John .................. 183 Bratcher, Ronald .... 135, 197 Brazley, John ............ 77, 183 Breed, Nancy .......,............ 197 Breivogel, Janet ......... Brennan, Connie ........ 69 ..197 183 Brennan, Jacqueline. ..... 210 Brewer, Patrick .......... . ..... 77, 111 210 Bridewell, Marilyn ......... Bridges, Beverly ............. Bridges, Jesse .......... 111, Bridges, Judith ............... Briggs, Edward .......... 51, .183 .183 .197 210 .197 161 Briggs, Richard ................ 210 Bright, John ...................... 210 Brink, Frances .................. 210 Brintnall, Carol .............. 74 . 83, Briscoe, Bonita ......,......... Brody, Kenneth ........ 123 ..54, 197 ..197 183 Brody, Leroy ................ 54, 64, 110, 118, 197 Brooks, Glen .....,..... ......... . .210 Brooks, Kenneth ........ 59, 69, 92, 93, 94, 95, 161 Brotan, Thomas ................ 183 Brow, Richard ,.............. ...197 Brow, Ronald ........ ......... 2 10 Brown, Alfred ........ .......... 2 10 Brown, Bobbie ................ .183 Brown, Bruce ............ 123, Brown, Ester ....... .......... Brown, Jan ......... .......... Brown, Jerry ...,...........,.. Brown, Ruth ............ 143. Brown, Brown, Brown, Tolephus.... ..... Wanda ................. Willie ........ ......... 119, Bruckner, Cheryl ........... Bruggeman. Jan ............ 197 .197 .197 .210 150 .143 .161 110, 143 .197 .183 Bruhn, Rebekah ........ 50, 72, 75, 79, 89, 97, 161, 194 Brundidge, Patricia ...... .183 Brunke, Karen ................ .158 Bruno, Richard .... ....120, 143 Brushfield, Elizabeth .... 143 Bryant, Robert ................ .211 Buchaus, William ............ 211 Bucholz, Dennis ................ 40, 48, 211 Buck, Kathryn ............ 10, 183 Buckles, Kenneth ............ 211 Buckmaster, J anean ........ 95, 133, 183 Buckmaster, Tedra ........ 211 Buckner, Mary .............. .. .161 Buell, Joyce ...................... .158 Buell, Keith .......... 95, 97, 197 Bukowski, Andrew ........ 111, 120, 211 Bukwa, Daniel .................. 197 Bukwa, George ................ 161 Bukwa, Russell ............ 71, 76, 77, 96, 98, 156, 161 Bulluck, Walter .............. .155 Bultman, Carol .................. 96, 97, 197 Burdun, Elliott .................. 211 Burgess, Leslie .......... 95, 161 Burgess, Robert ................ 211 Burgoyne, Roger .... 110, 197 Burk, Karon ........................ 69, 74, 83, 161 Burk, Mike ................ 120, 197 Burke, Anita ...,................. .211 Burke, Eraina ........ ......... 1 83 Burkeen, Guy ........ ......... 1 61 Burleson, Bill .................. .143 Burleson, John ............... ..95, 122, 211 Burnett, Rosie .................- , 183 Burns, Robert ............ 69, 118, 155, 197, 211 Burns, Rodney .......... 111, 211 Burrell, Richard ............. Burrell, Roger ......... . ....... .211 .197 Burress, Sharon .... ..... Burton, Arthur ................ 162 Burton, Elaine ................ ..183 Burton, Harriet ................ 154 Burton, Sharon .................. 73, 83, 162 Busch, Cheryl .................... 197 Busch, Nancy .........,.. 100, 211 Bush, J 1m ............ Bush, Joann ........... .........162 .........197 Bush, Richard ....... ......... 2 11 Buss, Gloria ........................ 74, 100, 211 Buss, Linda ...... 101, 209, 211 Butler, John .............. 120, 211 Butler, Patricia ................ 211 Buttafoco, Cheri .............. 183 Buttrom, Eleanor ..... . ...... 197 Butts. Ronald ......... ........ . ..162 Bytnar, William ........ 90, 197 C Cabala, Marcia .................. 183 Cade, James ................ 76, 197 Cagle, Faye ,...... ................. 1 62 Cagle, Gerald .................... 162 Caldwell, Donald, ........... 211 Caldwell, Karen ......,....... 183 Caldwell, Phyllis ....,..,...... 74, 198 83, Caley, Janet ......,................. 143 Christensen, Leif ............ ,.51, 71, 75, Christensen, Sherill ...... 162 184 Christiaanse, Marianne.. 184 Christiaanse, William .... 158 Christian, Charles ........... Christinson, Tom ........... .184 .211 Christopher, Antonia .... 198 Christopher, Herman ...... 162 76, Callahan, John ......,..... 76, 198 Callender, Bernard .......... 83, 96, 198 Cameron, Patricia .... 83, 183 Camp, Clifford .................. 77, 111, 120, 211 Camp, Jay .......................... 211 Campbell, Carolyn .... 50, 198 Campbell, Nancy ............ 211 Campbell, Patsy .............. 198 Campbell, Sandra ........ ,.,. 2 11 Canene, Randell .............. 211 Cantrell, Billie .......... 82, 211 Capolillo, Dianne .... 90, Capolillo, Jim ............ 110, 198 211 .198 Christy, Jackie ................. Chrzastowski, Karen ...... 32, 74, 82, 100 Chudo, Joan ,............... 23, Ciambrone, Jane ..., 100, Cienkus, Donna ........ 164 f Cienkus, Josh ................... Cingrani, Clark, Anna ............... Ronald ........... .. Clark, George ................... C lark, Herbert......... Clark, Janice ............ 100, Clark, Leon ................ Clark, William ......... Clauson, Stanley ........... Clavio, Beverly .......... 69 73, 74, asf 117, Clay, Carrie ..........,..........,. Clay, Roy .................,.. 121, Claybrooks, Bernard ..... Clayton, James ................. Clayton, Richard ............. Clegg, James ................... Clem, Jane ...........,...... 96, Clem, Mary ....................... Clements, Alan .......... 76, Clemons, Clemons, Elmer ............ Joanne ............. Clemons, Rudy ................. Clemons, Wavery .........,. Clore, J eraldine ....,... 32, Caproni, Bob ...... . ......,.. 77, 183 Caproni, William .....,... 1 .... 1 98 Caress, Bob .............. ....... 1 80 Carlock, Brent .,...... ...,... 1 98 Carlock, Diane .................. 162 Carlson, Barbara ..... ,..... 62, 73, 74, 132, Carlson, Beverly ............ Carlson, Carla .........,........ 211 Carlson, John ................. 143, Carlson, Keith ..,,.............. 183 Carlson, Kenneth .... 111, Carlson, Larry .................. 211 Carlson, Leslie .................. 198 Carlson, Maryanne..82, 162 Carlson, Randall ..,... 59, Carlson, Robert ..... .111, Carlson, Ruth ...... 95, 99, Carlson, Sharon ................ 211 Carlton, Kenneth ,........... 198 Carr, Terry .............,.... 77, Carr, Tony ............. Carrano, .......90, Nikki .......... 69, Cloutier, John ................. Clutter, Bonnie ............... Cobb, Tyrus ....................... Coburn, Louise .......... 95, Cochrane, Goldie ........... Cockrell, Ronald ............. Cockrell, Teddy ..,.. . ....... .. ............158 Carrano, Shirley .............. 183 Carrano, Karen. ............... 158 Carrett, Leandra ...... 69, Carter, Joyce .................... Carter, Oliver .......... 117, Carvelli, Nancy ................ Cary, Nancy ...................... Casey, Patti. ................. 90, 183 Cassata, Mary .................... 198 Cassidy, Margaret..100, 211 Cassity, Bob ........,............. 211 Caster, James .......... .......... 1 43 Cauley, James .......... 113, 198 Cavanaugh, Linda ........,. 198 Cecconi, Jane .................... 162 Celebucki, Joe .................. 183 Celebucki, Mary J ........... 30, 198 68. 71, 72, 80, 180, Cent, Christine ........... .50 Carrano, Paul ................ ....198 211 Carter, Bruce ...... ,....... 8 7, 162 Carter, Henry .................... 198 211 162 198 198 Casey, Kelton .................... 211 H. Doll. George ...................... 185 . 52, 71, 73, 74, 94, 95, 96, 162 Cent, Martha ..................,. 183 Q.-. Centers, Lynn ......,........... Ceres, Cheryl ,.... ...... ...... . Cerino, Donna ......... ...35, Cermak, Ed ............... ,34, Cerny, Bernadine ............ 162 144 Chapman, Carol..97, 98, 198 Charles, Franklin ............ 184 Charleston, Herdestine..198 Charlton, Wilfred .......... 184 Chat, Sue ..........,. 60, 112, 211 Cheever, Robert ......,......, 184 Chen, Mrs. Clara .... 144, 150 Cherry, Eugene..97, 123, 184 Cherry, Harry .................. 184 Chambers, Charlotte ...... Chesser, Judith ................ 162 Chiappa, Frank ................ 184 Cohoon, Diana ....... Cole, Dorothy ......... ..... . Cole, Earnest ................... Cole, James ........................ 135. Cole, Lawrence ................ 112, Cole, Lee ,........... .......... 1 19 Cole Robert ..................... com: Willis..95, 111, 120 Coleman, Don ..,..... Coleman, Robert ...........,. Coleman, Ronald .... 120, Coleman, Tyrone ......,..... 119. Coleman, Vernon .... 77, Collins, Gary .......,...,......... Collins, John .......... Collins, Pamela ........ 96, Comegys, Mary.... Conant, Gayle ...... Congo, Emily ........ Congo, Paul .............. 108, Conlan, Joan .......... Conley, William .... Conrad, Duane ,..... Chiaramonte, John .......... 198 Chick, Karen .................... 198 Chick. Kenneth .............,.. 211 Childress, Richard .......... 211 Chlebicki, Georgi ..,........... 41, 162 57, 71, 74, 79, Chmielewski Frank ........ 155 Chmielewski, Rosemary.. 100, 133, 211 211 211 211 194 .211 .124 .154 .144 .211 211 162 .155 .151 72, 162 .211 162 .198 .211 .198 .211 162 .198 184 .162 .184 .198 .184 184 .162 .184 .198 184 .144 .211 .198 ...90 .184 .184 120, 198 110, 198 211 .144 211 .184 .198 211 ..95, 211 198 .211 .198 184 .144 .198 .211 184 .198 .198 Convery, David ........... ,.... 1 98 Cook, Adelle ....................,. 158 ,Cook, Bill ,......., ........... 4 4, 198 Cook, David ........................ 198 Cook, Nancy ..............,....... 163 Cooley, Michael ........ 108 184 Cooley, Richard .,...... 77, 163 Coons, Virginia ...........,.... 211 Cooper, Charles ........,....... 211 Cooper, Emma .................. 163 Cooper, Herbert ...... 113, 184 Cooper, William .............. 211 Coppenger, Carol .... 101, 211 Coppess, Richard ............ 211 Coppock, Andrea .,............ 21, 99, 133, 198 Coppock, Jacqueline ...... 211 Coppock, Randy .............. 184 Corcoran, Carole ............ 184 Corcoran, Michael ........ 198 Corcoran, Sheryl .............. 32, 95. 184 Cornish, Bruce ........ 122, 211 Cornwall, Ruby ........ 51, 184 Corrie, Charlene .............. 73, 74, 184 Costello, Bill. ...........,... 24, 184 Coston, William .............. 111, 119, 211 Cotton, David ............ 120, 212 Counte, Michael .............. 184 Covert, Bob .....,.................. 76. 110, 117, 198 Covey, Gregory ...........,..,. 212 Cowen, Edward ...........,.... 198 Cowen, Helen iMrs. Kalianj ....... .....,.. 1 44 Cox, James ........... ........ 1 98 Cox, Linda ........................,. 212 Cox, Michael .,.............. 89 184 Cox, Sharon ...................... 198 Crabtree, Patricia .... 90, 198 Craemer, Claudia ..........,. 69, 99, 212 Craft, David ........................ 77, 95, 124 212 Craft, James .............. 122, 198 Craig, Jean ,...................,..... 151 Craig, Michael .................... 76, 108, 184 Crane, Karen .................... 198 Cravens, Don ...................... 76, 77, 108, 163 Cravens, Mike ............ 77, 198 Crawford, Bonnie .... 88, 163 Crawford, Joyce ...... 100, 212 Crawford, Sharon .... 97, 198 Crayton, Yvonne. ........,.... 163 Crew, Thomas .................... 71, 156, 157, 163 Crisman, David ................ 184 Crisman, George ........,..... 184 Crosby, Carole .... 71, 88, 163 Cross, James ...................... 184 Cross, Mary ...,.................... 212 Cross, Susie ........................ 198 Crowder, Gloria .............. 198 Crowder, Jerry ........ 125, 163 Crump, Larry ....... ............. 2 12 Cubalchini, Richard ...... 108, 121, 163 Cubbon, Andy .................. 163 Cubbon, Todd .................... 198 Cullinane, Jacqueline .... 212 Cullinane, Jeri .................. 212 Culver, Kenneth ,,.. 120, 212 Culver, Terry .........,....... ...198 Cunningham, James ...... 212 Cunningham, Richard .... 33, 69, 71, 156, 157, 163 Curtiss, Marceline ....,..... 163 Curtiss, Phyllis ................ 198 Cypress, Patricia .............. 198 Czarniecki, Robert..108, 164 Czarniecki, Ruth .............. 212 Czech, Ted Jr ...,............... 158 Czech, Ted Sr ................. 106, 121, 144 Czekalski, Donald .......... 212 Czernik, Cynthia ............ 198 Czupek, Ray .......... . ........... 184 Czupek, Ronald, ............... 184 Czyl, James ...,.................... 212 Czyzewicz, Loretta ........ 184 D Dado, Cheryl ...................... 158 Dado, Valerie ....... .......,... . .212 Dahl, Robert .......... 69, 71, 80, 156, 157, 163, 179, 180, 181 Dahlberg, Betty ........ 95, 189 Dahlberg, Carol .,...... 97, 184 Dal Cason, Terry ........ 31, 47, 76, 77, 81, 163 Dampier, Quillie .............. 163 Daniels, Carbena .............. 184 Daniels, Claudette..100, 212 Daniels, -William .............. 198 Danielson, Carol ........ 95, 212 Danielwicz, Beverly ........ , - 83, 163 Danrich, Pat ........ 17, 132, 198 Dantin, Margaret ............ 212 Dantzler, Thomas ...... 99, 212 Danzy, Cliford..29, 120, 212 David, Sam ........................ 198 Davidson, Renee .............. 198 Davis, Carol ................ 69. 71, 81, 86, 198 Davis, Jack ................ 110, 198 Davis, James ...... 18, 144, 199 Davis, Judy ........................ 212 Davis, Karon ............ 100, 212 Davis, Kenneth .......,........ 199 Davis, Mrs. Marjorie ...... 154 Davis, Pamela ........,. 100, 212 Davis, Rayborn ................ 199 Davis, Robert ...................... 87 Davis, Sharon. ........... 101, 212 Davis, Tom ..,. 76, 77, 184, 212 Davis, Willie ...................... 212 Davison, Ronald ........ 76, 163 Dawe, Walter .................... 155 Dawson, Dick .................... 163 Dawson, James .................. 92, 93, 95, 163 DeAmbrose, James ........ 199 Dean, Judi ...............,.......... 212 Deany, Katie .............. 83, 184 Deany, Michael ........ 120, 212 DeBose, Frank .................. 199 DeBose, Henry.l76, 106, 108 DeBose, Jean ............ 100, 212 Deckelman, Charles .....,.. 199 Decker, John .............. 76, 184 De Graff, Mel ............ 123, 141 De Groot, Mrs. Janet ...... 153 Dehnert, Allon .................. 158 Dekens, Judy .................... 184 Dekens, Wayne .... .............. 9 2. 93, 95, 163 Dekker, Jo Ellyn ............ 184 Delaney, Dennis .............. 163 Delaney, Stanton ............ 212 .199 De Lapp, Fred ................. Doyle, Sallie ...................... Doyle, Sylvester .............. Dreesen, Marge ............... Drenner, Jerrold ............. 37, Dright, Diane .................. Dright, Jacqueline... ..... .. Drumm, Patricia .............. Drysdale, Eleanor. .......... . Dubey, Bonnie ................. 92, 95, Du Bois, Diane ............. 164 212 199 .21, 185 199 212 212 185 .47, 212 144 Dubois, Olcy ....... ........ 212 Ducat, Dave ...................... Ducat, Dolores ................ Duck, James .................... Duckey, Linda ................ ..158 ..212 ..199 ..185 Duckworth, Nathaniel..212 Delia, Gloria ...................... 163 De Mick, Clifford ............ 199 De Mick, Violet ................ 163 Dempsey, Susan ..,............. 69, 97 212 Denham, Mrs. Geneva .... 153 Denning, Theodore ........ 199 Dennis, Dennis, 212 Georgia .......,...... 209, 112 212 Fred ............ 119, Denson Edward ........ 71, 163 Denson, Kenneth ........ 40, 41 Denson, Ronald .......... 76, 163 Denson, Wanda ........ 101, 212 Duckworth, Percy ............ 90, 117, 134, 185 Dudeck, Penny ................ 185 Dudeck, Russell ....,... 76, 199 Duerr, Fred ........................ 185 Duggar, Kenneth ............ 185 Dukes, Joseph .................. 199 Duley, Janet .... 72, 73, 81, 185 Dulgar, Lee .......... 13, 47, 149 Dunbar, Letrish ....,........... 212 Dunbar, Sherry ................ 199 Dunlap, Gabriel ........ 77, 212 Dunlap, Nancy ................ ..158 Dunn, Beatrice .................. 212 Dunn, Noel .......................... 199 Deress, Barbara ........ 74, 184 Deridder, Dorothy ..,....... 212 De Rooy, Bill ...................... 39 De Rooy, Margaret ........ 184 Deruiter, Dave ........ 119, 212 De Skeete, Movelle..99, 184 Deverick, Daryl..73, 74, 199 Devin, Diane ........ 41, 55, 163 De Voto, Martina .... 101, 212 De Vries, Sherrie ............ 57, 73, 78, 163 Dewitt, Judith .................. 184 De Young, Carole .............. 53 De Young, Donald ....... ...184 De Young, Jean ................ 184 De Young, Lois .......... 74, 212 De Young, Marc .............. 212 De Young, Nancy .......... 184 De Young, 132, Paulette ........ 63, 199 Dhonau, Charles ......,....... 199 Diddia, Karen ......... ....... .... 1 9 9 Dieck, Ronnie .................... 184 Diedrich, Mrs. Ada ........ 144 Diedrich, Richard ............ 144 Diehl, Jerry .............. 111, 212 Diehl, John ................ 123, 184 Dierdorff, Mrs. M...144, 150 Dietrich, Mrs. M ..... 144, 151 Diggle, Donelle .......... 71, 184 Divekey, Sheila ........ 30. 57. 71, 73, 74, 75, 78, 157, 164 Dixon, Dixie ...................... 185 Dodson, Gerald ........ 119, 212 Dodson, Margaret ............ 185 Dodson, Robert .............. 158 Dunnam, Evelyn .............. 83, 96, 164 Dunne, Edward..25, 108, 185 Dunne, James .... 25, 123, 164 Dunne, Walter .......... 111, 212 Durish, James .................... 199 Dutell. Dennis .................. 199 Dwyer, Sue ...... 54, 69, 73, 74, 83, 112, 181, 182, 185 Dyas, Nancy ...................... 212 Dye, Edward ................,..... 212 Dye, Lee ...................... 112, 124 E Eaden, Judy ........ 83, 112, 185 Eagen, Roger ,............... 69, 77, 157, 164 Eagen, Sheila ............ 112, 164 Eason, Harold .................... 164 Eberhardt, Mrs. Mary .... 144 Ebersohl, Patricia ............ 199 Ekert, Tom .......... 71, 156, 164 Eckman, Lawrence ..... ...155 Eckstrom, Gloria .............. 72, 73, 74, 132, 182, 185 Edelhofer, Jean ................ 68, 69, 71, 86, 181, 185 Edison, Shirley ........ 100, 212 Edwards, Robert .............. 57, 69, 71, 96, 164, 181 Ehlert, Fred ...................... 164 Ehlert, Susan. ........... 101, 212 Eilers, Barney .................... 76, 77, 108, 121, 185 Ekhoff, Sharon ............... .164 Eller, Harrison .................. 144 Ellis, Bennell .................... 199 Ellis, Holly .......................... 212 Ellis, Lydia .............. ..100, 212 Ellis, Sue ........................ 71 73, 74, 156, 157, 164 Ellison, Constance .... 99, 199 Ellison, Darlene .... .......,..... 2 12 Dombrowski, Cynthia .... 199 Donellan, Dennis ............ 199 Doran, Nancy ..................., 199 Doran, Terry .... , ......... 97, 212 D'Orazio, John .................. 77, 92, 95, 185 Dorner, Bonnie ........ 100, 212 Dorner, William ..... ........... 6 8, 69, 96, 164, 179 Dornhecker, Nancy .......... 100. 212 Dorsey, James ..............,... 212 Doster, Bill .................... 69, 71, 90, 108, 185 Doster, Howard ................ 155 Dotson, Linda .................... 212 Dow, Margaret .................. 74, 90, 164 Downing, Terry ................ 158 Downing, Todd ............ 76, 96, 98, 125, 164 Doyle, Mrs. Margaret .... 144 Ellison, Lanette ................ 164 Ellison, Maxine ................ 185 Ellison, Paulette ........ 96, 164 Elmore, Ray ....., 118, 135, 199 Elmos, George .... 84, 113, 199 Emmons, Carole ...... 100, 212 Engh, Pamela .................... 185 Enright, Kathy .......... 69, 199 Ephraim, Judy ............ 35, 212 Epps, Gwendolynn .......... 185 Erhard, Steve ................., ..185 Erickson, Carol .......... 74, 164 Erickson, Janet ................ 164 Erickson, Keith ............... 111, 120, 212 Erickson, Robert .............. 212 Erickson, Ruth .................. 199 Ertl, Karlene .......... ........ 1 58 Esker, Carol ...................... 185 Estes, Mrs. Hazel ............ 154 Etheridge, Sarah .............. Etheridge, Sharon .......... Etheridge, Kenneth ........ Evans, Brenda .................. Evans, Burton ....... ........... 164 199 199 199 139 231 Grzybowski, Edward ...... 186 Evers, Ewan, Ewan, Ewan, Geraldine ............ Albert ......,... ....... Andrew ........ ....... David. .................... . Eyland er, Robert .... .,.. .... Eytcheson, Paula ...... Ezell, David-.. .......... 74, F Faber, Frances ................. . Fabie, Harry ........... ..... 7 6 Fadke, Kenneth ................ Fahrner, David ................ Falica, Mary Lou ............ Falica, Nick ................ 69, Falica, Sandra .......... 100, Faller, Linda ........ 17, 74 . 214 Fanelli, Betty ......,....... 69 Farlow, Shirley ....,... 100 Farmer, Linda ............ 61 Farmer, Ruth .................... Farmer, Sandra .......,........ Farmer, Verdie ................ Farra, Marina ................ Fascia, Kathy ............ 95, Fascia, Lynn .............. 113 Fattig, John ................ 97, Fehland, James ......,......... Fell, Margaret .................. Felton, Wanda ...,...,.......... Ferguson, Judy ................ Ferguson, Lynne ........ 71 94, 95, 97, Fernandez, Mrs. Germaine .............. Fesi, Tony ....,..................... Fetsis, Jim ,........... .............. Fiedler, Margaret ............ Fielding, Dan .............. 77, Fielding, Janet .................. Fielding, Joan .,..... .......... Fielding, Van ....... .......... Fields, Norris ....... ...... Fier, Sheila ........... ....... Filipiak, John .................... Fillippo, Dennis.. ........... .. 108, Fillippo, Rosemary ..... Fillippo, William .... 111,"' Finchum, Marian.. .......... Fink, William .......... 118, Finlay, Alice .............. 95, Fisher, Arlene .................. Fisher, Bob ........................ Fisher, Carolyn ....,........... Fisher, Dale ........................ Fisher, Susan... ........... 69 Fitzgerald, Mary .............. Fitzpatrick, Rich .......,...... Flaherty, Paul ............ 87, Flakes, Elaine .................... Flanagin, Dennis .......,...... Fleck, Jerry ..........,... 122, Fleury, Lawrence ............ Floeckher, Norman ......,. Flood, Patricia .... 74, 83, Flores, Carol .............. 113 Flournoy, Marie ................ Flournoy, Teddy .............. . 1 Fraser, Nancy .................... 158 Frazek, Tim .......... 92, 95, 185 Frederick, Carol .............. 199 Frederick, Harry .............. 77, 120, 199 Frederick, Robert ............ 213 Fredrickson, Carol .......... 14, 112, 144 Ereese, Barbara ................ 54, 69, 97, 199 Freese, Marilyn .......... 69 85, 93, 99, 209 213 Freiwald, Bill .................... 199 Fremouw, Walter .......... 119, 135, 213 Frieling, Jan ................ 96 185 Frigo, John ....................,... 213 Fritz, Roberta .................... 68, 71, 112. 185 Fulk, Howard ............ 144 150 Fulmer, Connie .... 96, 98, 165 Fulmer, Tony .,.................. 185 Fulton, Edwina .......,..,..... 199 Fults, Karen ...................... 185 Funtall, Edna ...... 73, 74, 165 Funtall, John .................,.. 199 Fussay, Suzanne ...... 133, 199 Fyler, Ann ............ 95, 97, 185 Fyler, Jane .......................... 69, 92, 95, 209 213 Fyler, John .,...................... 158 Fyler, Karen ...................... 185 G Gaines, Charles..36, 84, 165 Gall, Gene .......................... 185 Gall, Lois ............................ 165 Galloway, Donna .............. 24, 32, 81, 199 Gammill, Todd ................ 119, 135, 213 Ganser, Susan ..................., 213 Garbacz, Joe ........ 26, 77, 165 Garczynski, Barbara ........ 97, 185 Gardner, Judith ...... 133, Gardner, William ........... Garner, Joseph ................. Garrison, Nancy ........ 88 98, 157, 165 Gasik, Larry .................... , Gaskins, Nancy ...,........... Gassaway, Elliott ........... Griffin, Oliver ...,......., 37, , 158 ...213 Flynn, Carole ................... 83, 133 Flynn, Guillermo .... 120, Flynn, Melvin .................... Flynn, Richard ......,........ Foerch, Richard ......,. 59, 112, 124, 125 Forbes , James ...,,.,... 125, Forbes, Robert ............... ...165 Forbes, Ronnie ............ ...... Forbes, Steve ................. Forbes, William ...,.. 124, Ford, Elizabeth ........ 144, Forte, J anellen ..........,.,.. Foster, Foster, Ed ............... .......... Joe ...............,.......... Foulks, Barbara ..,..... 63, Foulks, Ewing .,.. Foulks, Vera ................ ...... Fouts, Alta ....,...... Fouts. Bert. .................,.. .. ........99, ..201 Fowler. William ............... 144 Foxworthy, Susan .......... Foy. Maxine ..............,....... Frahm, Linda ............ 97, Fraker, Ronnie ......., 113, Fraley, Bob ........................ 199 France. Robert..77, 111 Franklin, Geraldine ..... 232 Frank, Cheryl .......... ....... .. ...165 Franklin, Robert ...... 99, 199 .199 .199 96, 179 .185 .199 .111 Gates, Jack ...,.... 110, 120 199 Gaulager, Sharon ...... 87, 165 Gault, George .................... 185 Gault, Ralph ...................... 185 Gause, Lena .............. 100, 213 Gavel, Richard .......... 76, 185 Gavin, John ................ 81, 199 Gavin, Richard ................ 199 Gavin, Robert .,.................. 185 Gedzun, Robert ................ 213 Geib, Carol .,................ 90, 185 Gengo, Fran .......... 96, 97 186 Genius, Benny ............,..... 213 Genovese, Susan ...... 32, 186 George, Beverly .............. 165 George, Jacqueline .......... 60, 101, 213 George, Pat. ....................... 165 George, Rose ...................... 199 George, Russell ................ 213 Geraci, Peter .................... 199 German, Clara .................. 213 German, Garry ................ 213 Geschke, Charles ............ 213 Geschke, Cheryl .............. 74, 97, 199 Geschke, Sandra ...... 74, 165 Gholson, Mardell .... 101, 213 Gibbs, Spencer .................. 213 Gibson, Charles ................ 213 Gibson, Cheryl .................. 90, 96, 97, 199 Gibson, Don ........................ 165 Gibson, Nancy ............ 46, 165 Gibson, Ronald ................ 165 Giermann, Ronald .......... 213 Gifford, Linda ............,...., 213 Gifford, Melvin ............,... 155 Gilbert, Judith .... 90, 97, 186 Gilbert, Michael .............. 213 Gile, Larry ................ 123, 186 Gillies, James .................... 213 Gillmore, James ................ 76, 96, 108, 186 Gillmore, Mary .......... 97, 213 Gingotta, Toni .................. 213 Girken, Carol .............. 97, 200 Gladstone, Morris ........... .144 Glass, Dale .................... 60, 112, 132, Glass, Shirley ................... Glazbrook, Robert ......... Glogowski, Barbara ....... Glogowski, Diane ........... Glover, Suzanne ............. Godwin, John ....,......... 57, 71, 96, 182. Godwin, Mrs. M .............. Godwin, Paul ............,...... Goebel, Mrs. Anne ......... Goebel, Joyce ................... Goedtke, Charles. ....,..... Golaszewski, Millie ....... Golden, Ann .......... ........... Golden, Spencer ............. Goldman, Barry ............... Goldman, Julie ............... Goldman, Zora ......,........ Golec, Walter ................. Goletz, Sandra..45, 133 Goley, Ellen ........ 79, 132 Goley, Robert .............,..... Goodman, Laurence ...... 112, 122. Goodpaster, Jackie .......,. Goodrich, Bill .... 26, 123 Goodwin, Cheryl ...... 95, Goodwin, Gaynelle ........ 86, Goodwin, Stephen..l10, Goodwin, William .......... 95 Gordon, Charles ............. 99, 120 Gordon, Delores ............. Gordon, General .,........... Gordon , Gennett ............. Gordon, Marilyn... ,...... Gordon, Norrie ..,....... 82, Gorlewski, Carol .... 100, Gorski, Jo Ann ................. Goryl, Patricia..45, 100, Gossett, Karen ................. Gossett, Sharon ............... Gouwens, Judith ...... 95, Gowens, Harold ............... Graddy, Calvin ............... Graeber, Joseph ............. Graefen, Kathy .......... 71, 86, 165. Graf, Bruce ....................... Graff, Dennis ................... Graff, J 1m .........................,. Graff, Mike .............. 122, Graham, Bernadette ..... Graham, Richard. ........ .. 74. 213 .200 .200 .186 .186 .186 69, 186 .144 .149 .153 .186 .165 .165 .165 .200 .186 .200 .186 .200 200 165 .213 ..95, 213 .200 186 213 ..69, 200 200 ..92, 165 ..95, 213 .200 .213 .186 .213 186 213 .200 213 .200 .200 200 .139 .155 .200 74, 213 .213 .213 .166 200 .186 .200 Graham, Winifred .......... 166 Gramenz, Ronald ............ 200 Gramenz, Steven .............. 27, 87, 166 Grant, Eldridge ................ 200 Grant, Gayle ................... Grant. James .............. 81, Grant, Laurelle ........ 101 Grant, Gray, Nancy ................... Graves, Carole ............ 70 Graves, Frances ......., 61, Gwendolyn .... 100 Janet ..... Q ................. Gray, Gray, Gray, J ohnetta ................. Marthalou ............ 150, Gray, William .... 77, 119, .186 200 213 .200 186 200 214 .200 .200 142. 182 214 Green, Denise .................... 214 Green, Michael ........... ..... 2 00 Green, Renee ............ .... 3 1, 72, 73, 74, 81, 83, 166 Greenwood, Darrell ....... Gregait, Jacqueline ....... Gregory, William .......,.... 124, Greiner, Herbert ............. Greiner, Karen ............... Gress, James .................,... Griffin, David ................. Griffin, Mary ..........., ..3l, 83, 112. Griffin, Robert ............ 77 Griffiths, Carol .......... 69, .144 .214 112, 214 .139 .158 .166 .200 74, 186 200 200 200 Grigsby, Daniel ................ 112, 124, 200 Grindel, Nancy ................ 214 Grinstead, Duncan ........ .186 Grippando, Gerald ............ 108, 186 Griswold, Robert ............ 200 Groebe, Alexis .................. 72, 97, 196, 200 Groeneveld, John ............ 166 Groeneveld, Lawrence..214 Groff, Carol ..................,... 214 Groff. Nancy. ............... 73 89, 132, Grosfleld, Pat .................... 74, 185 200 Gross, Terry ...................... 214 Grotenhuis, Carolyn ...... 31, 81, 186 Grotenhuis, Mary ............ 32, 83, 200 Grove, Gloria .................... 200 Grucel, Roger .........,.......... 200 Gruhlke, Gerald ........... ...214 Gruhlke, Karen ................ 186 Grzybowski, Arnold ........ 77, 186 Graybowski, Patricia ...... 97, 200 Guaccio, Marilyn ............ 200 Guerasimoff, Diane...... ..2l4 Guerrero, Maria .............. 214 Gunderson, Daniel ........ ..2l4 Gunkle, Mennow ............ 145 149, Gun, Donna ...................... 150 1186 Gunus, Clara ...................... 200 Gurganus, Larry. ............. 214 Guzaski, Bill .... 52, 68, 69, 71, 88, 156, 157, 166, 180 Gwiazda, Eddie .......... 76, 200 H Hacker, Graham ...... 23, 186 Haddix, Robert ........ 111, 214 Haddix, Mrs. Mildred.. 153 Haddon, Alice ............ 99, 214 Haddon, Kattie .............. 200 Haggert, Rebecca .......... 200 Hahn, Curt .... 50, 84, 125, 166 Hahn, Ronald .................... 178 Halagiere, Carolyn ....,..... 71, 112, 186 Halbert, Charles ....,......... 117, 134, 186 Halbert, Willie .................. 186 Hale, Dennis ................ 41, 42, 43, 49, 71, 81, 92, 93, 95, 156, 157, 166 Hale, Susan ............. .101, 214 Hall, Henry ........ 119, 135, 214 Hall, James ........................ 155 Hall, Linda ......................... 101, 133, 209, Hallberg, Geraldine ........ 214 Halley, Gary .............,.. 50 77, 79, 87, 166, .69, 214 71, 181 Hallmann, Robert ............ 186 Halsall, Patricia .............. 214 186 Hambric, Doris... ............ Hamilton, Iria ................ I-lammonds, Madeline.. 97, Hammonds, Sherry ...... Hanks, Kay ........................ Hanks, Paula ...................... Hance, Jennifer ................ 200 186 200 166 200 145 Hannon, Pat ...................... 166 Hanrahan, Tom .............. 117, 145, 149 Hansen, Tom ...................... 166 Hanson, Dr. Ernest ...... 145, 152 Hanus, William .......... 95, 214 Harders, Gary .................... 200 Hardlannert, William .... 118, 200 Hardy, Charles ................ 200 Hargesheimer, Michael ................. ........... 2 00 Harms, Arthur ................ 145, 149, 151 Harms, Henry ............ 25, 145 Harms. Mrs. Ruth ............ Harper, Deirdre ................ 142 166 Harrill, Anna ...................... 73, 74, 83, 166 Harriman, Richard ........ 145 Harris, Franklin ...... 121, 186 Harris, Fred .................. 68, 69, 71, 81, 123, 181, 186 Harris, James .... 117, 134, 186 Harris, Margie ................ 214 Harris, Priscilla ........ 90, 166 Harris, Yolanda .......... 99, 214 Harrison, Jo Helen .......... 200 Harrison, Robert ...... 76, Harrold, Aretha ................ Harroun, J 1m ............ 110, 186 214 200 Harter, Donna .................. 214 Hartford, Barbara .......... 214 Harthun, Dora .......... . ....... 153 Hartwig, Carolyn ........... ,158 Hasemann, Sherry .... 95, Haslet, Sandra ............ 96, 214 166 Hassell, Gwendolyn ........ 200 Hastings, Linda ................ 74, 97, 200 Hatke, Charles .................. 200 Havansek, Karen .........,.. 214 Hawke, Judith .................. 200 Hawkins, Clifford ............ 76. 108, 166 Hawkins, Eldridge..120, 200 Hawkins, Linda ................ 69, 71, 74, 186 Hawryszko, David, ..... .. .214 Hawryszko, Thomas .... .186 Hayes, Barry ............ ..97, 214 Hayes, Bill .......................... 145 Hayes, Mark ...................... 200 Hayes, Michael .................. 77, 81, 196, 200 Hayes, Thelma .................. 166 Haynes, Beverly .............. 186 Hazecamp, Linda .... 101, 214 Heath, Gwendolyn .......... 200 Heath, Marian .................. 186 Heath, Richard .............. .214 Hebert, Eulah .................. ..2l4 Heckman, William ........ .145 Hedin, Nancy .................... 200 Hedke, Chuck ............ 87. 186 Hedke, George ............ 69, 166 Heffner, Eileen ................ 200 Heimlich, Tom. ........... 86, 166 Hein, Carol ..............,... 97, 186 Heine, Mary Lou ..........,... 214 Heino, Richard ................ .200 Heitmann, Glenn .............. 77, 95, 186 Hellmann, Pamm .............. 79, 87, 166 Hellstrom, Anne ............. Helsly, Barbara .... 50, 62, 72, 74, 79, 83, 156, Hemmerling, Bob .......... Hemmerling, Carol .... .. Hemphill, William ......... 119. Henderson, Lois .............. Hendren, Patricia .......... Henneberg, Bruce .... 26, Henning, Donald.. ........... .155 71, 166 .186 .186 111, 214 .145 .200 186 .214 Henning, Ronald .............. 86, 90, 186 Henry, Jesse ....................., 214 Henry, Toni ...................... Henshaw, Marilyn ......... Hernadez, Domingo ....... Hernandez, John ..... ....... Hernandez, Rose .... 101, Herring, Sherreldine... Herring, William ............ Herron, Dorothy. .......... .. Herron, Irene ............ 74, Hetler, William .......... 77, Heuring, Betty ................ Hice, Betty .............. ....... Hice, Edward ........ . ....... Hickinbotham Eileen ..................... ...101, Hickinbotham, Ron ....... Higginbotham, Jim ...... Higgins, Lynne ................. High, Cheryl ................ 23, Highly, Thomas .............. Hightower, Toby ........... 142, 152, Hill, Hill, Delores .............. 96, Hill, Dianna. ........... ....... Hill, Dorothy .......... ....... Hill, Joyce ........................ Hill, Mrs. Nadine .......... Hill, Vernon ................ 97, Hillman, Arthur ............. 123, Hillman, Martha ..........,. Hillman, Paul ........... . ...... Hills, Jeannette ........ 145, Himel, William ...............,. Hinkle, Marsha ........ 100, Hinton. Mahssa .............. Hinz, Ronald .... . .............. . Hirschman, Russell ...... Hitchcock, Ina .... 69, 100, Hlavatovich, Edwin..76, Hodapp, Lawrence .... 99, Hodges, Calvin .......... 120, Bobby ....................... .200 .186 .214 .200 214 .186 .214 .186 186 214 .186 .214 .200 .166 .214 .145 214 .200 ..13. 196 .214 166 ...70 .187 .200 .145 200 ...71, 187 .201 150 .214 214 .214 .214 214 187 214 201 Holder, Sandra .................. 214 Jessen, Maureen ........ 69, 74, Johnson, Sandra ........ 75 Krocker, Emma ........ 100 216 Hoebel, Holly ........ 17, 50, 53, 71, 72, 74, 81. 96, 98, 156, 157, Hoekstra, Robert .... 113, Hoffman, Andrea ............ Hoffman, Carol .......... 69, Hoffman, Judy ................. Hoffman, Robert ............. 52, 83. 166 201 201 201 158 145 Hoffrneyer, Margaret ...... 93, 214 100, Hofmann, Bonnie ........... Hogeveen, Deanna ......... Hoggard, Ellen ................. Hoilman, Brenda ............. 201 187 187 214 Hoilman, Danny .............. 214 214 Holder, Gwendolyn 100, Hollingsworth, Sharon..214 187 Holloway, Douglas..108, Holmes, Gary .............. 28, 166 Holmes, Ollie .............. 81, 187 Holtz, Marilyn .................. 214 Hon, Dennis ...................... 214 Hoover, Darlene .............. 214 Hoover, Michael .......... ,...201 152 Hopkins, Lyle .... 94, 145, Hopman, Brenda .............. 187 Hopman, Margo ..............., 73, 74, 81, 166 Hopper, Cheryl .......... 74, 201 Hopper, Denise ..........,..... 214 Hopper, Nancy .........,........ 214 Houchens, Charles .......... 214 Hough, Dick .................. 69 71. 156, 157, 167 I-Iouts, John ......................., 214 Howard, Alfred ........ 111, 214 Howard, Joseph ................ 187 Howatt, Sandra ................ 214 Hoy, Robert ............. ...125, Hubing, Tom .,.................. Huddlestun, N ancy..23, Huddlestun, T. B .......,.... Hudson, Robert .......... 76, Huff, Cobbie. ............. 111, Huff, Sandra .................... Hughes, Michael ............ 187 .201 214 .145 167 214 .215 .215 Hula, Patricia ..,......, 100, 215 Hurnbles, Howard ............ 54, 187 76, Humes, Nathaniel...,99, Hunter, ' Hunter, Scott .............. 80, Hurley, CBCEII ........ 101, Colette .............. Hurtt, Terry ..................... Hutchings, Richard ....... Hutchins, Sherwood ..... Hutter, Judy .................... Hutton, Gloria ................ I Ippel, Sharon .............. 97, Irby, Andrew ,................. Irby, Gloria ...................... Irzyk, Barbara .......... 133, Ivens, Pat ......... 1.69, 112, Ivers, Patrick .... 95, 135, Iwinski, Stella. ............. .. J Jabaay, Leonard .,.. ........ Jack, Kathleen .......... 99, 83, 96, 121, 215 215 215 187 .145 .187 .167 .187 .158 .201 201 .201 .201 167 215 215 .187 ..155 215 Jack, Nancy .......,. ...50, 68, 69, 70, 96 112, 167, 181 Jacks, Julie .... 73, 96, 98, 167 Jackson, Barbara ...... 97, 201 Jackson, Blanche ............ 201 Jackson, Eddie .................. 167 Jackson, Edythe .......,...... 167 Jackson, Gwendolyn 95,201 Jackson, Iara .,.................... 167 Jackson, Judith ..............., 96, 98, 132, 201 Jackson, Leroy ........ 108, 167 Jackson, Lulabell ............ 201 Jackson, Michael ........... .215 Jackson, Overton .........,.. 167 Jackson, Robert .......... 76, 110, 118, Jackson, Victor ................. 119, 135, J ackubowski, Mary ........ Jacobsma, Robert .... 135, Jacobsma, Sharyn ..,........ 216 Jacobson, Shirley ..........,. Jacobson,Mrs.Adeline J ahn, Barbara .................. J amerson, Augustus ...... J amerson, Marvin.. 120, 77, 201 .77, 215 215 215 .74, 167 154 167 158 215 215 James, Mary ................ 90, James, Willie., .......,........... J ankowski, Betty .......... . J ankowski, Cynthia..81, Janocha, Janice .....,........ 156, Janosz, David..... ....... . ..... . Jaques, Darlette ............. Jaques, Norman ............... J arecki, William ......... Jaremba, Susan .... Jarog, Sharon ........ 51, 63, 74, 167 78, 132, Jarosz, Philip ......,..... 95, Jaunich, Lily .............. 97, Jay, Carol ............ 22, 100, J efferson. Madie ..,..... 99, J elinek, Lesley .................. 201 Jordan, Jordan Jordan Jordan Jordan, Joseph J ostes, 1 J erome. ......... 77 , , Peggy .................... Sandra. ...... . ......... . Shelly .......... 119, Vurnice ............ .. Scott .............. 99, Marilyn ..,.........,... Jelinek, Ronald ................ 201 Jellema, Lynette ...... 96, Jenkins, Darlene .............. 187 Jenkins, John .... 87, 113, 145 Jenkins, Rollin .................. 145 Jenkins, Delbert ................ 93, 95, 167 J eray, Dawn .................... J erding, J erding, Patricia ...... Jernigan, Paulette ........ Jerz, Frank .....,............ 76, Jerz, Ho ward .............. 34, Jerz, Joanne.......... ....... J erz, Ray ....,.................,..... Jeske, Diane .... 69, 70, Michael ........ 79, ' ' ..215 ..215 167 J eske, Edward .......... 108, Jessen, Drew ............ 112, 95 . 201 187 97, 132, 187 215 Johnson, Bruce ........ 120, Johnson, Carol .... 96, 97, Johnson, Darnell ....,,...... Johnson, Deborah ......... 100, Johnson, Dennis ............ Johnson, Gayle .......,........ Johnson, General ...... 77, Johnson, Helen ............,. Johnson, J errilee ...... 95, Johnson Johnson , Karen ....,. 9, 51 74, 75, 79, 82, 133, 157 Johnson, Larry ............ ,... Johnson, J0hnS0!'A , Leslie ...,.............. 158 Johnson, Linda. .............. . Lance ........ 120,' 215 Laurel ................ 215 Johnson, Margie ............ Johnson, Mary ...... ,...101, 215 Johnson, Morris ........ 76, 77, 108, 121 , 167 Johnson, Randall ............ Johnson, Johnson, Robert ........ 69 Johnson, Ronald ....,... 96 134 185, 187 Richard ............ 167 . 76. 77, 81, 90, 187,215 Johnson, Roger .... 51, 76, 187 . 98. . 167 215 215 201 215 168 215 168 Jostes, Robert ...... ......... 2 15 Joyner Pamela ................., 92, 95, 201 Juleen, Russell ..............,. .90, 122, 215 Jurate, Beth. ....... 73, 74, 168 Jurek, August .......... 111, 215 Jurewicz, Donald ............ 187 K Kaczmarski, Marian ........ 133, 215 Kaegbein, Pat ............ 168, 179 Kaenel, Nancy .......... 100, 215 Kala, Jennie ........,............. 201 Kalesnekoff, Irene .... 31, 41, 42, 43, 81, 83, 91, 98, 168 Kaleta, Janet ...........,.... .168 Kalish, Ronald ............ 90, Kaminski, Sharon ....... 69, Kamphenkel, Bill .... 117, Kane, James ................ Kane, Robert .......,... ..... 4 1 168 ...63, 168 187 .145 , 96 Kane, Sharon .................... 201 Kanellakes, Efrosine ...... 91, Karnafel, Arlene ............ 86, 201 Kaptain, Dennis .............. 201 201 215 215 Karras, Elaine .................. Karrson, Chris ............... Karsten, Sue .,............,... Karwacki, Mary ....., 100, Kasprazak, Jerome 120 Kauffman, Edward ...... , . Kaur, Britt ...................,,.. Kavelaras, Diane .......... 70, 71, 81, 86, Kavelaras, Elaine .,.,.. 41 52, sa, 71, 96, 156: Kavis, Jane ..... Kavis, Janice ................... Keane, Joseph ............,.. . 110. Kee, Linda ....... ..........,, Keefe, John ....,................ Keefe, Marion ........... ..... . Kelderhouse, David ..... Kelderhouse, James ..... Kelleher, Virginia ......... Keller, Dan ........ 68, 196, Kellock, Hazelene .... 74, Kellogg, Joyce ..........,.... Kellogg, Pamela ...,.. 100, Kellogg, Kemp, Gloria ................... Kempfer, Dennis ........... Kennedy, Florence .... Kennedy, Jean .... 39, 63, Walter ......... , ..... , 201 ..158 215 ..11, 215 .201 .201 068. 201 50, 168 .168 .168 106. 145 .158 .168 .187 .187 .215 .187 201 187 .215 215 .187 .201 .168 .201 168 .215 Kennedy, Lydia ............. Kennedy , Shirley .Z ....... Johnson, Sharon ...... 100, 215 Johnson, Wayne ................ 187 Johnston, Kathleen ....... 112, 201 Johnston, Mary .............. J olliff, Charles ............... 117, 187 J olliff, John ....... . ............. . Jones, Adriane ................ Jones, Amelia ...... 31, 81, Jones, Betty .......... 90, 97, 201 187 Jones, Bob .................... 95, Jones, Catherine ........... 101, David. .,................ . Jones, Jones, Donald .................. Jones, Flora ............ ............ 2 01 Jones, Joseph ........ 41, 48 77, 92, 167, Jones, Joyce ............. ,...... Jones, Patricia ............ 96, Jones, Richard ............ 99, Jones, Roger ...................... Jones, Rosie ................ 101, Jones, Ruth ........ ..........,, 1 45 Jones, Thomas ................ Jones, Veronica .......... 32, Jones, William ............ 69, Jordan, Barbara ...... 101, Jordan, Mrs. Dixie ...... Jordan, Gary ...... 32, 121, ...95, 215 Kensey, Otis ................... Kent, James ,.................... Kern, Larry ..................... Kernagis, Anthony ....... Kerr, Kenneth ........,........ Kerr, Michael ................. Ketterson, Ellen ...... 112, Keys, Charles ................. Keys, Linda ..,................,. Kiepura, Marian ...... .168 .201 .168 ...76 .187 .215 .168 187 .201 .201 .187 Kiepura, Stanley ........ ,... 2 01 Kielanowicz, Beverly... .187 Kindred, Mrs. Wendy .... 187 ..201 201 Kinds, Lillie ,..... ................ 2 01 King, Betty ........................ 201 King, Beverly ..... ......... 2 15 King, Carol ........................ 168 King, Christine ................ 201 King, Eleanor .................. 168 King, Melville ..., 76, 155, 201 Kirby, Evelyn .................. 201 Kirk, Me1odye....21, 75, 187 Kirkby, Bill ...................... 168 Kirkeeng, Ann .......... 75, 201 Kirkland, Wallace ., ........ Kirklin, Bertha ................ 215 Kirkpatrick, Herman .... 77, 215 111, 119, Kirschbaum, Norman .... Klaeren, Barbara ...... 97, 145 215 Klaviter, Douglas .......... 53, 96, 98, Klaviter, Jane ...... 93, 99, Kleckner, Gail .................. Kleckner, Mrs. M ............. Klein, Edward .................. ..43, 201 215 187 154 201 Klein, Kathleen ................ 215 187 Klenk, Bob , ...................... . Klich, Joan ........................ 215 215 Klimek, Bruce .... 95, 120, Klotz, Anna Mae .............. Knapp, Albert .......,.......... 153 216 Knapp, Kathy ............. 101, 133, 216 Knapp. Walter .................. 168 Kneeland, Wayne ...... 76, Kniaz, Jo Ann ............ 17, 187 216 Kniaz, Robert ....... .... ....... 1 6 8 Knight, Barbara .............. 92, 187 95, Knight, Bonnie .............. ..216 Knight, John ................,... 158 Knight, Phillip .... 92, 95, 216 Knowles, Patricia .......... 69. 132, 201 Koelling, Tom .................. 76, 110, 118 201 Koester, Gary ...... 71, 76, Kogut, Dennis .........,....... Kohl, Kathy ................ 56, 71, 97, Kolenda, Elaine ............. Koliboski, Gloria ........... 187 .168 57, 187 .168 .216 Kolton, Dave ..............., 71, 76, 77, 90, 108, 187 Koneck, Marilyn ............ 71, 73, 74, 168 Konkol, Gloria .............. 113, 133, 201 Konsoer, Kenneth .......... 158 Konsoer, Melvin ............ 119 111, Konuszy, Corinne .... 69, Koopman, Sherry ...... 63 ..97, 216 216 201 Kooyenga, Linda ......,..... 74, 86 201 Kosek, Sherry ,....... 74, 79, 96, 112, 132, 157, 168 Kosek, Vicky ...... 97, 133, 201 Koslo, Marcia ........,......... 216 188 Kosmala, Robert ..,... 21, Kossak, Cynthia .............. 216 Kossak, John .............,.,.... 188 Kotara, Richard .......,...... 168 Koves, Scott ...................... 216 Kovnat, Bonnie. .... ...17, 133, Kowalcz k Ursula 100, 216 y , ........ 188 Kowlaczyk, Walter ..,....... 108 188 Kozak, Carol ...........,...... ,.202 Kraay, Judith .................. 216 202 Krachey, Judy ............ 74 Kratochvil, Carol ...... 35, Krause, Judith .......... 69, 145 168 Krawiec, Joe ......,...,......... 202 ' 158 Krecek, Judith ............,... Kreger, Barbara ............,. 188 Kremian, Frank ........,..... 216 Kresl, Susan ........,........... 202 Krick, Gordon .................. 169 Krick, Philip ................ 77, 93, 111, 119 216 Krol Carol .,................ 90, 216 Krol: Delores .................... 188 ' 188 Krol, Diane ................ 69, Krol, James ................ 113 202 Krol, Raymond ................ 202 Krol, Susan ...................... 216 Krueger, Cathy ............... Krummick, Karen . .... Kruse, Leland ................ Krygowski, Dennis ....... Krygowski, Gregory 111, Kubon, Alex ..................... ..216 Kucharzyk, Eileen ...... Kucharzyk, Leonard .... Kulasa, Robert .............. Kulig, Carol ............., 100, Kuper, George .............. .216 .169 .188 .169 .216 .216 .202 ..216 216 145 Kuranda, Pat . ........ . ....... 1.188 Kurz, Richard ............ 84, 113, 96, 202 Kut, Marsha ...................... 202 Kuta, Barbara ............ 89, Kuta, Carol ........ .....,...... Kuta. Joan ......... ......... Kutlik, Gail ...... ......... 188 202 216 Kutscher, Sue .............. 92, 96, 97, Kwasny, Mary. ....... ..39, 95, 202 169 Kwasny, Patricia ............ 216 Kwiatkowski, Garold ....216 Kyle, Velvie ...................... 202 L LaBanca, Rosemarie ...... 83, 84, 188 Labuda, Bob ...................... 71. 76. 90, 188 Lacy, Faith ............ 90, 93, 216 Ladd, Donna .................... 202 216 Ladislas, Joseph .,...... 59, Ladwig, Karen .......... 69, 216 Lafferty, Daniel .............. 77, 90, 111, 216 Lahti, Norman .............. Laird, George .........,....... .145 .146 Lamacki, Alice ................ 202 Lambert, Alice .........,........ 83, 132, 188 97, Lambert, Virginia ...... Lamp, Roberta .............. Lamphear, Joan .......... Lamphear, Robert ........ Landers, Ronald ............ Landherr, Lester ...,.. 14, Landis, Debra. ........... 100, .169 .202 .169 ,216 .202 146 216 Landowski, Gregory ...... 95, 112, 202 Landry, Laura .................. 202 Landry, Phyllis ..,....... 69, 70, 75, 97, 188 Lands, Patricia ............. ..95, 100, 216 Lane, George .................... 169 216 Lane, Nancy .... 101, 112, Lang, Patricia. .,......... 95, Lange, Jim ...................... Langenberg, Donald .. 84 216 ..158 188 Langenberg, Fred .......... 158 Langhoff, Susan .........., ...74, 75 188 1 Lanham, Carol . ............... 169 216 Lanham, John ............ 97, Lapertosa, Mrs. R ......... 146, 149 LaPlante, Walter ............ 202 LaPointe, Gregory ..,,... .112, 202 125 LaPointe, Susan ........ 50, 202 Larkin, Bill ........................ 169 Larkin, Carol ............ 100, 216 Larkin, Robert ........ 120, 202 Larsen Linda ........,......... 216 Larsen Terry .................. 188 Larson, Larson Larson 1 Brad .................... 188 188 Joan ................ 75 Linda .................. 188 169 Larson, Lon .................. 87, LaRue, Joan ................ 17, 69, 73, 74, 112 182, 188 LaRue, Judith ..,,.............. 169 Lasdo, Sandi .................... 188 Lass, Eva ........... ....... 1 55 Lassen, Don ........ , ...... 202 Latham, Jean .................... 216 Latham, Steve ........ ,...... . ..202 Lau, Marilyn ................ 38 85 , 133 . 47. 169 Laube, Nancy .............. ....202 Laughlin, James ..,............. 80 LaVette. Ellen ................ ..158 LaVette, Jeffery ...,.......... 202 169 Lavorene, Susan ........ 69 LaVorene, Thomas ..,. 76 202 Lawson, Jack .................... 146 Lazuka, Loretta ......... . .... 216 Leake, Marcia .................. 202 Leake, Michael ............. ..76, 77, 110, 202 Learmouth, Lauralee ...... 88, 169 Learmouth, Thomas ...... 92, 95, 202 Leclaire, Larry .... .......... Leclaire, Leonard ......... Lee, Delores ................,.. Lee, Diane ................,... 97, Lee, Joseph .......,............ Lee, Kenneth ............ 110, Lee, Patricia ................... Lee, Sandra ................ 99, Lee, Leep .216 .188 .216 188 .188 202 .158 202 Saundra .................... 216 er, Peggy ..... ......... 2 U2 Leeson Loudell , .............. 216 Lel-Iocky, Susan ........ 95, 216 Leib, James ...........,.... 111. 216 233 Mosel, Leidinger, Erika ....,,...... 158 Leleu, Henri .................... 216 188 Leleu, Paul .................. 76, Lemmon, Bob .......... 146, 149 Lendi, Carmen ................ 169 216 Lendi, Robert ......,....... 92 1 Lendi, Ron ........., , ............, 169 Lenkszus, Donald ............ 89 Lentz, Raymond .............. 202 Leonards, Judy .............. 188 1 Murdock, Carey .............. Leonas, Alan .............. 77, 216 LePore, Jim .,...... 77, 108, 188 Leppert, Rose .............,.... 154 Lercher, George ..,... 142, 209 Lesner, Gregory .............. 216 Letke, Howard .......... 76, 188 Letke, Richard ....... ,........ 2 16 Letzsch, Warren ..,........,., 158 LeValley, William .......... 169 LeVolis, JoAnne . ............ .202 Levon, Ed .......................... 202 Lewandowski, Ken ........ 188 Lewandowski, Mary ...,.. 155 Lewis, Arneacer .............. 216 Lewis, Frances .,.............. 216 Lewis, Herman ....,..... 76, 169 Lewis, Lauren ................., 23. 32, 74, 202 Lewis, Leo ........................ 202 Lewis, Richard, ....... 122, 216 Liang, June ....,.........,..,.... 146 Licina, Donna ....,............. 202 Licina, Joan ....,........... 47, 169 Licina, Joe ....,..........,.... 95, 202 Lieb, Dorothy ............ 146, 152 Liehr, Paul .......... 13, 146, 149 Liestman, Connie ..... , ...... 92, 95, 188 Lifvendahl, Mrs. Sara .... 146 Lilley, Mark ................ .1202 Lincoln, Sandra .............. 216 Lincoln, Susan ..... ....... 2 16 Lindell, Eugene ..........,..... 169 Lindgren, Claire ........ 69, 216 Lindsay, Mrs. Fern .......... 153 Lindsay, Victor .......... 69, 76, 77, 123, 202 Lindskog, Carol ........ 101, 216 Lindstrom, Lynn , ,... ....... 1 88 Lingo, David ..........,..... 29, 216 Linker, Cheryl ................ 45, 99, 202 Lintner, Earl ..................., 96, 125, 169 Linz, Jean ...........,.............. 188 Liptok, Dianne .......... 74, 169 Liptok, Joseph ............. ,.... 1 55 Liss, Gene .......... ........... 1 88 Liss, Karen ........... 188 Liston, Ray ................ 76, 188 Liszka, Wally . ........ , .......... 76, 80, 108, 188 Litcher, Dale .................... 188 Livermore, Rick .............. 188 Livers, Luella .................. 154 Lloyd, Essie ................ 82, 202 Lo Bue, Linda ........ ............ 1 69 Locke, Julia .,.............. 95, 216 Lofberg, Sharon ........ 95, 202 Loggins, Gladys .............. 216 Logsdon, Dr. J. D ....... 47, 138 Lohman, Penne ................ 169 Lohse, Lois .................. 83, 169 Lojas, Dennis .................... 202 Lojas, Matt .................. 76, 169 Lomax, Catherine ............ 101, 216 London, Sonny ................ 188 Long, Beverly ....,....... 69, 202 Long, Corrinne ........ 101, 216 Long, Harriet .............. 99, 216 Long, Randy ..... ........... 2 02 Long, Sherrill ....... ........188 Loomis, Sharon ......,....... 216 Loose, William .......,........ 155 Lotz, Ellen ......... ......,....... Loveless, Paul ......... . ...... Lovison, Reginald ........ Lowe, Jane ............ 88, 96, ...73, 74, 83, 169 ..216 H188 188 Loy, James ........................ 188 Lucas, Marilyn .....,.......... 93, 100, 216 Lucas, Paul .................. 36, 169 Lucas, Sharon .................. 202 Lucas, Tom ....................,... 188 Lucht, ' David ..... . .............. 202 Ludewig, Patricia .......... 202 Ludewig, Valerie ..........., 158 Lunde, Peter ............,......... 57, 123 188 71, 234 Luxton, Germaine .......... 215 Luxton, Sandra ,.... ........... 2 02 Luzar, Elizabeth .............. 217 Luzar, Gloria .................... 202 Luzar, J o-Anne ..,....... 90, 202 Luzar, Olga .....,............... ...188 Lyle, Dartera .................. 188 Lyle, Mrs. Laura .......,.... 146 Lyman, Helen ................. ,202 188 Lynch, Carol ......,......... 97, Lynch, John ...................... 170 188 Lynn, James ......... . ...... 77, Lynn, Nancy ........ 71, 97, 133, 156, 98, 170 Lyon, Jessie ..............,.. . .... 154 Lyon Linda .................... 9, 73, 78, 83, Lyons, Diane Lyons, Donna .................... M Macander, Kathy ........... 99, Macander, Rose .... 62, 72, 83, 96, 98, Mack Cheryl .....,............... 97, 133, Mackel, Mary ........,......... Mackiewicz, Alan .......... Mackins, Saundra .... 101, Maczka, Carol ............ 79, Madderom, John .... 111, Madon, Robert .......... 32, Madrid, George ................ Mager, Barbara ........ 99, Maher, Maher, Richard .......... 76, Maher, Rosemary ............ Mahl, Judith ..................,. Mahone, Diane ................ Maier, Judith ...........,...... Maisura, Geraldine ....,... Maisura, John .......,.......... Maka, Linda ....... .17, 74, Malito, Fred ................ 99, Malvin, Barbara ...... 97, Malvin, Linda ............ 97, Manasek, Laura ........ 69, Mance, Bobby .................. Mancuso, Joe .................. Mandelco, Karen .... 100, Mandelkow, Judith ...... Manderino, Cheryl ........ Mandernack, Barbara .... Mandernack, Robert ..... 71, 76, 108, Mangano, Lucy ........ 100, Mangnus, Joanne ...,.. 38. Mangum, Chuck ..........,. Mann, Carol ...................... Martin ................ 72, 17 0 217 202 .60, 217 74, 170 .95, 188 154 202 217 170 217 188 217 217 170 202 202 158 202 188 202 188 202 217 170 202 189 202 170 217 217 158 217 .52, 170 217 170 202 202 Mann, Pamela ........ 57, 69, 70, 170 78, 83, 96, Manning, John ................ Mantoan, James .............. Manzi, Linda ,..... ,. .... 101, Maranto, Tina ,... ........ 3 8, Marek, Robert ................ 202 146 217 170 170 Marinewitz, Lorraine .... 74, Marionneaux, Arthur .... 189 170 Marionneaux, Beverly .... 63, 202 Markee, Susan .... 41, 71, 74, 96, 98, 156, 170 Markevicus Susan .......... 217 Markus, Donald .............. 189 Marley, Wayne..69, 170, 181 Marnie, Carol .................... 189 Marron, Garry ................ 189 Marsh, Gayle .............. 69, 217 Marsh, Garry ........,....... 71, 76, 112, 124, 202 Marsh, Shirley .......... 101, Marshall, Beverly .......... 217 203 Marshall, J ackimae ........ 217 Marshall, Karene ...... 41, 47, 85, 170, 179 Martch, Paula ........ 63, 71, 96, 98, 189 Martin, John .......,.......,.... 146 Martin, Julius ................ 108, 121, 189 Martin, Linda ............ 87, 170 Martin, Michael .............. 217 Martin, Pearl .................. 203 Maslanka, Teresa .... 101, 217 Mason, Sue .......... 68, 97, 180, 182, 189 Massick, Arlene .............. 189 Massick, James .... 76, 77, 90, 117, 156, 170 Massoth, Ellen .................. 158 Massoth, Marilyn .,........,. 93, 99 217 . Masterson, Dan ...... 125, 189 Masterson, Donald ........ 76, , 125. 189 Matchinis, Candice ........ 217 Mathews, Demerise .,.... 189 Mathews, Leontine 101, 217 Mathews, Marion .......... 170 Mathews, Shirley .......... 189 Matthews, Alvin .........,.. 217 Matthews, Joyce ...... 100, Matthews, Ronald ........ Matthies, Jim .................... Matthies, Matthies, Matuska, Terry ............ Barbara .... 41, Matuska, Michael ...... 90, Maxwell, Craig ............... Judith ...,........ 217 189 203 203 189 189 203 .76, 77, 170 May, Danny .... ..,.... ..... 9 9 , 217 217 Mayden, Margaret ........ Mayden, Michael ............ Mayerchik, Kathie ..,... Mays, Calvin .............. 39, Mazurek, Judith ..........,.. 96, 97, McAdams, David ............ McAley, Patricia ............ 203 ..203 170 .34, 203 217 217 McBride, Raymond ......,. 155 McCain, Eugene ...,.... 95, McCain, Robert ....... ..... McCarl, Bruce ......,........ McCarthy, Rosemary .... 34, McChristie, Dave ........... 77, 84, McClarence, George ...... McClarence, Mike .... 77, McClure, Judy ................ McCormick, Jerry .... 76, McCormick, Ken .,...... .... McCorry, Janet .............. McCorry, Richard ........ McCoy, Anna .................... 122 217 170 McCaleb, Frank .......,...... .203 170 .34. 170 203 120 189 189 217 203 189 203 McCoy, Donald ...... ....... 2 17 McCoy, Eloise ........ ....... 2 17 McCoy, Helen ........ ....... 1 89 McCullar, Julia .............. 189 McCulloch, Joan .... ....,..,.. 9 6, 112, 157, 170 McCulloch, Larry ............ 77, 111, 217 McDaniel, Cammie .......... 9, 77, 78, 170 McDonald, Mark .,.. 123, 189 McEwan, Bruce ........ 95, 203 McGathey, Anita ............ 217 McGathey, Margo .......... 203 McGeath, Jane ................ 74, 179, 189 McGehee, Carol ...... 101, 217 McGehee, Walter ............ 203 McGinnis, Gerald .......... 217 McGinnis, Shirley .......... 203 McGowan, Bill .........,.. 78, 170 McGuire, Carol ........., 17, 69, 73, 74, 133, 203 McGuire, Charlene ........ 217 McGuire, Donna .,............ 74, 100 217 1 McKeska, Maryanne ...,.... 90 189 McKeska, Sandy..74, 82, McKibben, John. ....... 52, 54, 68, 106, 108, McKibben, Karen ........ McKinney, Lora ........... 98, 171 53, 117. 156, 171, 180 H189 .96, 189 McKinzie, Maria .............. 171 McLuckie, Gene .............. 189 McMillan, Kenneth..71. 189 McMillen, Wayne, ....... ..... 2 03 McMorris, Robert ........ .. 118 McNulty, James ............. Meadows, Betty ........ 100 Mear, William .......... 111, Mech, Barbara ............... Mech, James .....,............. Mech, Marilyn .......... 100 Meder, Victor ................... Medley, William ........... Mehochko, Mark . .......... Mehorczyk, Charlotte 100 110, 203 .189 217 217 .189 .217 217 .203 .171 .217 '217 Meisner, Barbara.... Meister, Karen 69, Mendenhall, Carl .... Merrick, Jeffrey ...... Merritt. Franklin . 101 217 ......,...39, 112 189 146 122 r 152 217 . ........ 203 Mershon, Jacqueline .... 189 Merschon, Judy .............. 203 Metro, James .............. 76, Mey, Stephen .....,..... 189 , ........ 203 Meyer, Marilyn ...... 133, 189 Michalesco, Joseph 76 Michalski, Fred Michalski, Michael 189 217 ........17l Michelson, Maurine ........ 203 Michor, Gary ...... 76, 108, 189 Michor, Sonja .....,............ 171 Mick, Paulette ................ 217 Middleton, Melodie ........ 203 Middleton, Robert .......... 171 Midtlyng, Mrs. B ......,.... 146 Mierzwa, Fred ..,...........,... 217 Mikenas, Marcia .............. 203 Miklas, Diedra ...,............ 189 Mikenas, Marcia .............. 203 Mikos, Barbara ................ 171 Mikos, Betty .................... 189 Mikes, Mrs. Esther .......... 146 Miles, Margaret ........ 146, 150 Milianta, Thomas ............ 189 Milianta, William .......... 217 Miller, Barbara ................ 11, 90, 171, 203 Miller, Carole ....,............. 203 Miller, Curtis .........,.......... 217 Miller, Daniel ...... ........ 2 03 Miller, Dennis .................... 71, 96, 171 Miller, Dorothy .............. 158 Miller, Katherine ............ 217 Miller, Kenneth ,.... .146, 149 Miller, Michael ..... ,...,...... 1 71 Miller, Patricia .............. 217 Miller, Richard .............,.. 203 Miller, Roberta ........ 100, 217 Miller, Roger ............ 171, 189 Miller, Ronald .................. 217 Miller, Russell ................ 189 Miller, Sharon .................. 97, 133, 203 Miller, William ........ 111, 217 Millsap, Don ........ 76, 77, 189 Millsap, Kathleen .......... 217 Mims, Vernis. ....... 76, 77 , 118, Minas, Merry .... 93, 100, Mines, Willie . ........,........ Minogue, James .,.......... Minuth, Paula .......... 101, Mirich, Bonnie ............... 101, 133 Mishler, Connie ...... 101, 10, 203 217 ..217 ..l89 217 ...17, 217 217 Mitchell, Mrs. Ann .......... 146 Mitchell, Inez ........... ..171 203 Mitchell, John .................. Mitchell, Julius ................ 171 Mitchell, Lavonna ..........97, 203 133 Mitchell, Linda .......,..... 96 Mitchell Reginald. ...90, 189 .........217 Mitchell: Ronald ...... 189 Mitchell, Thomas 217 ,.,189 ...4s, Mitchell, William ......... 49, 91 Mize, Debbie .................... 189 203 Moberg, Gordon .............. 217 Modrak, Joann .......... . ..... 217 Mohr, Nancy .................... 85, 189 97, Mol, Christine . ,..,,. .. Monroe, William Monroe, Emmett Monti, Bertha ...... Moore, Carol ........... Moore, Charles ....... Constance . Moore, Cynthia ....... Moore, Moore, Danny ...... Moore, Moore, Glen ......... Moore, John ..,...... Moore, Moore, Moore, Linda .......... Karen .. ...... Gerene 133, ......,..203 .........189 .........203 .........154 ....,,...189 .........146 .........189 ..203 .........203 .........154 .........217 .........189 ..........203 Kathleen .... ..... . . ...217 ....,.....217 Moore, Terrence ...... 120 Moorhead, Robert .. 1 ,217 ..........77, 218 111, Moormann, Alan ............ 218 Moosreiner, Fred ............ 99, 218 111, Mooth, Thomas .............. Moran, Judith ............ 44, ..218 203 Moran, Thomas ........ 120, 218 Moravek, Mrs. Edward..151 Moravek, John .... 95, 97, 203 Moravek, Linda .............. 158 Moreland, Terri .............. 203 Morgan, Earlean ............ Morgridge, Noel ............ 123, Morisette, George ........ .. Morris, Morris, Betty .... . ..,... .... ..... Morris, Bill .........., ......... Morris, Carl ........,............. Morris, Darlene .............. Morris, Evelyn ........ 101, Morris, Jessie .................. Morris, J oellyn ............ 50, 74, 96, 112, Morris, Roger .,................ Sharon .,.. 96, 97, Moser, Vicki .... 50, 62, 71 75, 83, 156, 157, 171, Mossell. Alan ...,............,... Motley, Robert .............,.. Mott, Candace .... 69, 97, Mott, Mrs. Emma Jean.. Mott, Pamela .....,......,..... Mrozek, Christine .... 69, Mrozek, Richard .............. Mrozek, Ronald ..............., Mudore, Jeffery ......,....... Mudore, Maureen .... 100, Muehring, Larry ............. 108, 117, Muehring, Nancy .......,... 75, 99. Mulawka, Diane .....,.. 74, Mulder, Darlene .............. Mulder, Larry ............ 95, Mulder, Ron ...................... Mullins, Esther ..,....... 74, Muller, Fred ........ 92, 93, Barbara ............ 203 122, 203 203 218 218 218 203 203 218 155 71 , 171 218 203 72, 208 203 218 218 146 158 189 171 171 189 218 .7 6, 171 .69, 203 203 158 218 189 190 171 Mulroney, Marguerite .... 218 Munro, Judith ................. . 100, 133, Munro, Linda ..,... 86, 96, Munson, Lester .......... 96, Munson, Linda ....,............ 86, 96, Munter, Lori .............. 90, Murdock, Robert .......... Murk, Judy. ............... 100, .74, 218 190 203 .71, 190 203 203 ..171 218 Murphy, Darrell ............ 111, 120, 218 Murphy, Michael ............ 95, 111, 120, 218 Murray, Patricia ........ 99, Murry, Mary .. .............. .. Mussa, Daniel .... , ....... 95, 218 ..218 218 Mussa, David .................... 44, 203 Musson, Genevieve ...... 49, 95, .,146 Myers, Connie ................ ..218 Myers, Eleanor ...,.,...... .... 2 03 Myers, William .......... 77, Myers, Zema ............ 135, Myszkiewicz, Anita ...... N Nabors, Jerry .... 69, 111, Naddy,Jacquelyn .... 101 Nagel, Daniel ................. Nagin, Nancy .............. 97, Nagin, Vicki .................. 8, Naleway, Rose ..........,.... Nape, Patrick ......,.......... Nargis, Roger ................... Nash, Peggy ........... , ....... .. N aszkiewicz, Roy ......... Nattsas, Albert ........ 146 Natzke, Marilyn ............. 203 203 ..190 218 218 .218 190 203 .203 .203 .203 .158 .190 149 .171 Navarre, Charles . ..,........ 203 Nawracaj, Alyce ............ 203 Naylor, Mrs. Barbara... Naylor, David ............ 90, ...90 218 Neal, Lindsay .................. 190 Neander, Robert ............ 190 Nees, Anelia ...... ..... ..203 ' 158 Nees, Marcia ........ . .... . ..,... Nelson, Nelson, Eleanor ........ 146 Nelson, Jack ..................... Nelson, Jean ................ 33 72, 74, 83, 97 Nelson, Joyce ................. Nelson, Stephen ...... 119, Edward ................ 190 152 .218 71, 171 .190 218 Nemeth. James ................ 112, Neu, Robert ........ 99, 111, Newberg, David .............. 218 218 218 Newberg, John .................. 90, 125, 171 Newberry Pat. .................. 218 Newgren, Barbara ........ Newton, Calvin .............. Newton, Patricia .....,...... Nicholson, Bruce .... 113, 203 190 218 190 ..........173 220 Nicholson, Dianna .......... 203 Nieckula, Christine ........ 99, 218 Nieckula, Cynthia .......... 171 Nieckula, James .............. 218 Nieckula, Vicki .,..........,... 171 Niemann, Ralph ........ 77, 171 Noah, Jade ................,, 97, 218 Noah, JoAnn .............. 97, 218 Noah, Mary Jo ........... 85, 203 Noe, Catherine , ............... 203 Noel, Celeste .................... 146 Noetzel, Lauren .......... 71, 73, 96, 98, 190, 195 Noetzel, Richard .............. 96, 122, 204 Nolting, Carol .................. 190 Nootbar, Jane ....,............. 218 Nootbar, Kenneth .......... 218 Norby, William ................ 32, 71, 182, 190 Norene, Edwin .................. 146 Norris, Patricia .............. 25, 31, 47, 69, 81, 96, 190 Norton, Bonnie .......,.. 82, Norton, ' 171 Linda .................. 204 Norton, Mrs. Eleanor ...... 146 Novotny, Richard .....,..... .172 Nutall, Odell .................... 204 Overtoom, Don .......... 77 , 124, Overtoom, Jeanne .... 73, 111, 218 204 Owen, Connie .................. 218 Owens, Paul ,..... 110, 118, 204 Ozment, James ................ 139 P Pacholik, Regina ...... 99, 204 Pacholik, Sandra .....,...... 172 Pacyga, Daniel ................ 218 Pacyga, Ronald ...,............ 15, 190 76, Pagel, Roland . ..,.............. 218 Painter, Mary .................. 190 Painter Sandra ............ . 9. 52, 69, 71, 74, 78, 83, 50, 156, 157, 172, 180, 181 172 Pala, Irene ............ 73, 74, Pala, Janet .... 71, 72, 196, 204 Pala, Steven ................ 90, 218 Palmer, Anne ............., 99, 204 Palmer, Ethel .................. 172 Panichi, Kathy ................ 75, 81, 172 Panozzo, Ed ,......,.. 76, 77, 204 Panozzo, Mary ............,... 190 Panozzo, Robert .............. 218 Paradise, Sherry ......,..... 204 Pardee, Gregory ..... .111, 218 Parham, Jeff .................... 172 Parker, Gary .................. 218 Parker, Marie ...... ........ 1 90 Parker, Mildred .............. 204 Parker, Reginald ............ 77, 110, 120, 204 Parker, Robert ............ 84, 190 Parker, Sherry .... 69, 99, 204 Parkes, Carol ..,.,.,. 83, 90, 204 Parkes, Ruth .................... 190 R ..19o Rago, Madlyne ............ 69, 73, Roberts, Patterson, J ohnie ............ 204 Nyberg, William .............. 69, 95, 218 Nyeholt, Jim .................... 204 Nygren, Kip ..............,..... 111, 122 218 O Oberg, William ........,....... 218 O'Brien, Donald .......,...... 146 O'Brien, Eileen .............. 158 O'Brien, Linda ............ 46, 81, 87, 99, 218 O'Brien, Mary .................. 190 O'Brien, Patricia .... 75, 204 O'Brien, Shirley ....... , ...... 218 Ochoa, Patricia .......... 74, O'Conne1l, Gail Oehmke, 218 Bob .................... 172 Oestmann, Tom .... ...,.. 2 7 Oetjen, Loretta ........ 146, Offdenkamp, Richard .... 218 Ohlert, Elmer 1 172 150 Olczak, Walter ....,........ ...77, 111 218 Oldaker, Sharon .............. 96, 98 172 Older, Beverly ......,......... 204 Oliver, Effie , ..................... 47, 51, 90 172 Oliver. John ..,......... 118, 204 Olling, Ursula ....,,...... 71, 96, 98, 157 172 Olmstead, Barbara .......... 100, 218 Olsen, Janis .............. 101, 218 Olsen, John .................. 77, 190 Olsen, Linda ............., 74, 218 Olsen, Marlynn ........ 101, 218 Olson, Edward .............. 9, 147 Olson, Gail ..................,. 96, 172 Olson, Judith .....,............ .204 O'Neal, Kelly ......... ...... . 218 Perlman. Mrs. Norman..151 Rotkvic, Edward Opatxk, Thomas ,............... 204 Oppelt, Douglas .......... 83, Oppelt, Margaret .......,.... Orcutt. Maureen ............ 218 ..83 190 Ordonez, Evelyn ...... , ....... 190 Orlando, Mary ........ 133, Orman, Ruth ............,. 74, Ortiz, Rebecca ............ 99, Ortyl. John .................,...... Oryhon, Janet ...,.......... 71, 75, 113, Osberg, Don ................ 77, Osika, Daniel .....,........ 77, 204 204 218 190 74, 190 172 204 Ostaszewski. Geraldine.. 218 Ott. Linda ........,................. 172 Ott. Stephen ........... . ...... 218 Otten. Mar orie .... ...... .... 2 0 4 J Outlaw, Rose ...........,........ 218 Overs, Helen ............ 101, 218 Parkin, Parks, Carole ...... 96, Parks, Donna .............. 97, Larry ......... , ........ 204 97, Parmley, Judy ................ 204 218 ..204 Parsley, Janet .................. 190 Parsley, Judith . ............... 204 Partin, Larry ............ 110, 204 Parton. Ronnie ..... ,.,. ....... 2 0 4 Parton, Walter .,.............. 190 Parzygnot, Voni .............. 190 Pataki, Larry ................. ...87 Patrick, Barbara ...... 97, 204 Patrick, Booker ............,. 218 Patrick, Burton ..,... 108, 190 Patrick, Karen ............ 74, 218 Patten, Brian ....,............. 219 Patten, Lynne .......... 133, 204 Patten. Richard .............. 190 Patterson, George ............ 121 , 190 Patterson, Hattie ,........... 172 Patterson, Trudy ........ 63, 88, 132 172 Patton, Bobby .................. 204 Paul, Gloria ...................... 172 Paulsen, Gregory .....,.... 219 Pavelin, Joan .................. 158 Pavlak, Nancy ............ 11, 55, 69, 86, 172 Pavlowski, Ronald ........ 204 Pawlak, William ...... 95, 190 Payne, John ................ 13, 190 Payne, Margaret ............ 204 Payne, Marsha ............ 90, 190 Peacock, Helen ................ 219 Pearson, Lillie ,................. 190 Pearson, Whitey .............. 155 Pebworth, Mrs. Robert..139 Pecka, Michael .....,.......... 204 Peddicord, Bruce ............ 219 Peerbolte, Judith .......... ..74, 172 83, Peiguss, Richard .......... ..219 Peinc. Ollie ............,........... 219 Pekney, Joyce .. ........ 95, 219 Pell, Florence .................. 147 Penn, Robert ............ 95, Perkins, Gail .............. 219 69, 73, 74, 83, 133, 172 Perkowski, Thomas ........ 77, 204 110, Perlman, Alan ................ 204 190 Perlman, Lynn ........ 132, Perrian. Evelyn .............. 219 204 Perricci, Sharon ............ Perry, Barbara ........ 47, 219 Perry, Carol .,...... .......,. 2 04 Perry, Janice ....,.... ....... 1 72 Perry, Suzanne ..... ....... 2 04 Perry, Virgil ...... . ......,...... 219 Peters, Rudolph ............ 147, 149, 150 Peters, Torn ...................... 172 Peters, William ..,..... 33, 77, 90, 108, 172 Peterson. Gerald .,.......... 219 Peterson, Harold ............ 155 Peterson, James ............ 219 Peterson, Joanne ..........., 172 Peterson, John ................ 139 Peterson, Kathryn ........ 204 Peterson, Kenneth ........ 219 Peterson, Leslie ...... 118, 204 Peterson ' , L1Sl ............ 57 , 69, 204 71, 75, 81, 96, Peterson, Maggie ............ 204 Peterson, Robert ............ 219 Petkus, Frank .................. 76, 113, 172 Petrarca, Virginia..101, 219 Petro, Bill ..................,....... 219 Petrow, Judy .......,.... 69, 219 Petrow, Patrick .............. 204 Petrow, Terry ................ 190 Petrusek, John ........ 93, 219 Petruszak, Marie ........,... 190 Pettice, Ed .,.............,........ 172 Pettice, Phillip ........ 111, 219 Pettinga, Cynthia . ,......., 204 Petty, Virgil ............ 147, 151 Pew, Jim ..........,........... 39, 172 Pfeifer, Thomas .............. 219 Pfeiffer, Susan ........ 100, 219 Pfeil, Thomas .................. 77, 95, 119, 219 Phillips, Beulah ..........,... 219 Phillips, Charles ............ 219 Phillips, Emma ................ 204 Phillips, Harold .............. 173 Phillips, Marcia .............. 204 Phillips, Marilyn ............ 204 Phillips. Mary .,....,........... 204 Phillips, Nancy ......., 100, 219 Phillips, Paul ................ Philpot, John ......,..... 123 , 204 Philpot, Judy ...,................ 74, 86, 99, 204 Philpot, Rosemary ...... .... 2 5, 74, 86, 96, 173 Pick, Richard .......... 147, 150 Piekarski, Diane .............. 190 Piekarski, Frank ...... 99, 219 Piekarski, Judith .... . ....... 219 Piel, Robert ........ 50, 108 Pierce, Gordon ....... , 190 ..147 Piernas, Lawana ............ 204 Pietraszek, Thomas .,................ 119, 219 Pikorz, Diane .................. 190 Ping, Linda ........ 90, 97, 190 Pittman, Betty ........ 100, 219 Pittman, Jimmie ........,... 190 Plazewski, Marie ....., 99, 204 Pleckham, Daniel .....,.... 204 Plucinski, Dan ................ 42, 43, 173 Plucinski, Jack ........ 96, 204 Pniewski, Gerald .......... 204 Pniewski, Kenneth ........ 219 Pochopien, Stanley ........ 219 Podgorski, Carol ............ 219 Podgorski, Ed .................. 173 Podgorski, Karen ...... 99, 204 Podgorski, Patricia ......219 Podgorski, Robert .......,.. 190 Podulka, Janice ............ Podulka, John ................ Pogue, Bill ...................... Pohlhammer, Donald .. Pohrte, Carl ....,..,.... 121, ..173 ..204 ..173 ..147 204 Poindexter,Reuben 117,173 Polanski, ,Donald ..,....... Polka, J im ........................ Polo, Barbara ................ ..204 ..204 ..173 Pomp, Marilyn ......,,.. 75, 173 Pond, Elizabeth ........ 75. 219 Pond, Mary .......... 95, 100, 219 Poole, Marguerite ........ Poole, Roberta .............. ..147 ..190 Poremba, Veronica ........ 57, 96, 173 Porter, Betty .................... 190 Posey, Jerome ......... . ...... 219 Potoski, Norbert .....,...... 219 Potoski, Paul Potts, Eugene Pouilly, Janice ............... Poulos, George Powers, Frank .IIQfIi55,' .190 .190 .173 .219 219 Powers, John ......... ........ Poyezdala, Jim 99, Prater, Linda .................. Prater, Patricia ......... . .... Prather, Jerry ................ Prefer, Thomas ...... 120, Preis, Gary ...,.................. Prete, Robert .....,............ Preston, William ............ Price, Tom ............ 69, 97, Priddy, Wayne .......... 96, 190 219 204 204 155 219 193 219 204 219 204 Prine, Ronald ............,..... 219 Pritchard, Janice ............ 219 Propes, Lorna ............ 69, 82, 83, 112, 173 Propper, Janet ................ 158 Propper, Shaun ........ 71, 204 Pruett, Countess ........... .190 Pruett, David .................. 173 Pruett, Kathy ................ 219 Pruitt, Alice ...,................ 191 173 Pruitt, Willie ........,... 76, Pryor, Phillip .. ,.... ........... 2 04 Przybysz, Walter ............ 205 Puchalski, Marlene ........ 158 Pucik, Henry ............ ........ 2 05 219 Pucik, Rosemary ...... 74, Puckett, Carol ........ 101, 219 Puckett, Mary Lou ........ 219 Pugh, Penelope .............. 205 ' 147 Purden, Bill .............. 117, Pushala, John .................. 191 Pynakker, Allan ...,......... Quain, Sherrie . ....... 100, Quin, Cullen ................... Quinn, Mari Beth ,, ..... .. Quinzi, Joseph ............... Quinzi, Tony ................... Rabidoux, Robert Radice, ' Radice, Radice, Vincent .... 113, .205 219 .219 .173 .219 .158 .173 Nick ....,............... 123 Richard .......,...... 191 205 Raglin, Orpha ...........,...... 147 74, 81, 181, 191 Rainey. Gary ..,...... . ..,,.... 120, Rains Jim .............. 134, , ' .... 77, Randle El, Donnie..1l9, Randle El, Willy ...... 108, 110, 205 191 219 173 Randol, James ................ 205 Rankin, Ivan ........... ...... 219 Ransom, Claude .............. 205 ' 205 Ransom, David .......... 44, Ranzell, Perry .........,........ 219 Rasplica, 74, Rateree, Bonnie ........ 99, Rauen, Sue ,......,.. 75, 81, Ray, Gregory .... 77, 120, Laurel ............ ..20, 205 219 191 205 Ray, Judith ................... ...205 ' ' 205 Ray, Patricia ...,.......... 82, Ray, Ronald ..................... .219 Rayford, Barbara .......... 173 Read, Norman ................ 173 Read, Robert .................. 205 Reasons, Debbie .............. 219 205 Reblitz, Art ,......... 25, 95, Redmon, Emma ............. .173 Redmon, Michelle .. .,...... 48, 74, 100, 209, 219 Redmon, Williemae .....,.. 205 Redmore, Barbara..10l, 219 Redmore, Margie .......... 191 Redvay, Tom .............. 81, 191 Reed, Arletha .... 48, 99, 205 Reed, Blake .. ................. .. Reed, Henry ..................... Reed, Wilma ................... Reeder, Dennis ........ 99, Reeks, Janice ........ ........ .147 .219 .147 219 .205 Reese. Robert .................. 139 Reeves, Robert ................ 88, 191 96, Rehberg, Carole ............ 205 Rehberg, Kenneth ........ 191 Rehberg, Susan ...,.... 99, Reich, Sandra ....,....... 75, 205 205 Reidy, Darlene ................ 205 Reiland, ,Donald Reill, Mary ............. ........ 2 05 Reill, Robert ......... ........ 1 91 Reilly, Michael .....,.......... 205 Reisbich, Dennis ........... ,205 Reitz, Darryl .................... 205 Reitz, Janet . .,........... 101, 219 Renager, Sheroyl .... 101, 219 Renfrow, Omer ................ 47, 140, 150, 152 173 Renner, Tom ........ 53, 79, Renshaw, Linda .............. 219 Reyelts, Fred ......... ........... 1 73 Reynolds, Marilyn .......... 219 Reynolds, Pam ................ 205 Reynolds, Thomas .......... 92, 95, 219 Rhodes, Arthur ................ 69, 71, 196, 205 Rhodes, Sandra ..........,..... 73, 74, 191, 219 Rials, Patricia ................ 205 Rials, Wallace .................. 191 Ribando, Beverly Ribando, Ellen .............. Ricchio, Sandy .............. Rice, John ....... . ............ 77, 95, 118, Richards, Nancy .......... Richardson, Gerald 111, ..191 219 92, 205 ..173 120 Richardson, Marcus ...... 81, 191 96, 121, Ricks, Yvonne ,. ............. .220 Riddle, Edgar ................. .205 Riddle, Lester .................. 76, 84, 205 Riddle, Nancy .... 96, 97, 173 Riester, Carole ................ 220 205 Riggins, Elaine ........ 97 , Riley, Robert .................. 191 Rinearson, Richard ........ 36, 173 87, Rinella, Paul ...................... 34 Ring, Fred ................ 147, 152 Ring, Merry ....... , .............. 158 147 Rio, Margaret ............ 56, Rissmiller, George .... 77, Rizzuti, Maxine .... ...... 133, 112. 205 Rizzuti, Michael ........,..... 173 Roberson, Laveta ..........220 ..74, 173 Roberts, Edjuana .......... 96, Roberts, Harmon ...... 13, 147, 149, Roberts, James .............. .. Jean ..,......... 97, Robertson, Brian .... 125, Robertson, Rex ........ 122, Robinson, Barbara .... 97, Robinson, Hank ...... 117, 83. 152 220 205 174 220 220 134 Robinson, Juanita .......... 205 Robinson, Lenola ............ 220 Robinson, Richard 95, Robles, Ruth ........,... 100, ..........92, 174 220 Rockett, Crystial ............ 191 Rockett, Duane ................ 220 Rodeghiero, Phillip ........ 220 Rodek, Paul ...................... 205 Rodgers, Susan ................ 191 Roe, Judith ..... ........... 9 9, 220 Rogers, Edward .............. 191 Rogers, Florence ........ 96, 98, 99, 122, 191, 220 Rogers, James .......... 77, 95, 99, 122, 191, 220 Rogers, Ruby ........,......... 220 Rollins, David .................. 205 Romba, Allen .................,.. 77, 111, 119, 209, 220 Romba, Carol ............ 50, 68, 91, 157, 174 Romba, Renee ................, .174 Romba, Ronald ................ 30, 69, 209, 220 Rooney, Kathleen .... 69, 191 Rosolowski, Kenneth .... 174 Rose, Mrs. Betty ......... Roseborough, Roy Rosebrough, Joseph Rosemon, Robert .....90 ....,...205 ...220 .........220 Ross, Betty .........,.. .... 9 6, Ross, Carol ............. 174 .........205 Ross, Evelynn .,.......... 99, 205 Ross, Joan ....... . .................. 147 Rosynek, Sandra Roth, Marian .. ...........,... ..,.........220 ...147 ...174 Rothgeb, Sandra ............ 191 Rothenhofer, Isla . ...........,174 Rottmayer, Paula .... 81. 220 Rouse, Peter ...............,.... 205 Rowe, Dorothy .......... 71, 98, 156, 157, Rowe, Paul ......., 97, 120, 96, 174 220 235 Rowlett, Marlene .......... ..205 Rowls, J eane ...........,...,.... 205 205 Rowls, Lillie . ....... .,.... 9 9, Roy, David ...................... Rozek, Donald ................ Rozek, Paul ..... Rozek, Ronald Rubinic, Marie .......,...... Ruble, Richard ,............. Ruff, Pamela ............ 100, ..221 Sampognaro, Joan ....,... 220 152 Ruhl. Gretchen . ,.... ...... Ruhl, Peter ..,................... Runningen, Lynda ..,. 74, Rush, David .,............. ...... Ruske, Martin .... , ...,...... .. Russell, Robert ............. Russell, Ruth ................. Rutherford, Terri .......... 81, 95, 96, 98, Rutkowski, Alan ........... Ryan, Michael ........ 113, Rycraft, Jeanne ............ . Ryktarczyk, Joseph..76, Ryktarczyk, Judith ..,.... Ryktarczyk, Rose ........... Ryktarczyk, Thomas Rzab, Diane ,. ............ 69, Rzab, Janice ....,.............. 5 s Saari, Mark ..................... ..191 ..174 205 ...76, 110, ..220 ..155 ..174 220 ..205 ..191 220 .205 .191 .205 .147 ..31. 174 .220 191 .191 191 .158 .155 .220 191 .205 .205 Sachnoff, Donald ............ 205 Sachs, Stephen ................ 49, 57, 87, 174 Sachs, Sue ...... 17, 60, 62, 69, 71, 72, 73, 74, 83, 95, 191 Sage, Lewis .,...... 99, 120, 220 Sailors, Shirley ........ 71, 74, 75, 81, 156, 157,174 St. Pierre, Dianne .......... 96, 98, 174 Salamone, Rose .............. 191 Salerno, Bernadine ........ 220 150 Salkeld, Mrs. M ...... ,147, Salters, Anthony ..,.,. , ..... 191 Salvage, Bryan ................ 220 Salvage, Donna ................ 174 220 Samas, Pat .,.......... .... 9 9, Samas, Robert .................. 220 205 Sammons, Loraine ..81, Sampognaro, Pat ............ 174 220 Sams, Yvonne ........ 101, Samuel, Lolita ................ 220 220 Sanders, Anita ........ 101, Sanders, Mischel ...... 97, Sanders, Walter .... 121, Sandifer, Patricia ......... 205 191 .220 Sandling, Margaret .... .... 1 91 Sanek, Lawrence ., ......... .205 Sanford, John .................. 205 Sanford, Karen ..,....,...... 91, Santefort, Alice ........ 99, ..90, 174 205 Saplis, Jim .................... 95, 191 Saplis, Margie .................. 93, 101, 220 Saska, Mary ..,......,....,....... 174 Saska, Michael ................ 112, 124, 205 Saternus, Nancy ............ 220 Saternus, Theodore ...... 191 Sather, Donald ............ ....151 Satterthwaite, Clifton 147, Sauch, Patricia ......,. 99, 205 Saunders, Larry ............ 205 Savage, Alice ............,..... 147 Savage, Danny ....... . ..... . 120, 111, Savageau, Donna .......... 69, Saxton, George ...... ,....... 119. Saylor, Judith .. .......... Scales, James .... ......... Scalon, Jim ..................,.... Schiltz, Kenneth .... 123, Schimmel, Charles ....... Schindler, Barbara ...... 92, 95, Schippits,Christine 75 Schippits, Judy ........,..,... Schippits, Ronald ......... , ..95, 220 ..30, 205 111, 220 .191 .205 .191 205 .220 ..71. 174 . 220 .174 .205 Schlaudraff, J eannette..220 Schlaudraff, Kenneth. Schloss, Peter ..............,. Schlossman, Mrs. N. Schlueter, Nancy ......... 132, 236 ..191 ..147 ..153 .112, 174 Schmall, Tom ......,.......... Schmidt, Mrs. Olive . .... Schmidt, Ronald ........... Schrnidtke, John .... 123, Schneiter, Susan ........... Schnering, James ......... Schnotala, Judy ......... .. .174 .147 .191 205 .174 .174 .220 Schnuckel, Janice .......... 191 Schoenleben, Howard .205 Schoeneck, Bruce ......... ..174 Scholefield, Michael ...... 77, 220 111, Scholten, Carol ........ 41 44, 49, 91, asf 42, 191 Scholz, Jeri .......... 73, 96, 174 Schoning, Terry ............ 220 Schooler, Jim .... 95, 112, 205 Schowalter, Glenda ...... 153 Schroeder, Lois ..,....... 71 86, 156, 174, 181 Schubert, Paul ........,....... 220 Schuermann, Glenn ....,................. 147, 152 Schulthies, Charles ...... 220 Schultz, Franklin ............ 220 Schultz, Patricia ............ 205 Schultz, Ronald ......... ....... 9 6, 112, 124, 205 Schulz, William .,...... 95, 220 Schumpert, Rosetta ...... 205 Schurr, Barbara ............ 175 Schurr, Paul .............. 22, 220 Schurr, Rita .................... 205 Schutz, Alan ........ ,...77, 191 Schwantner, Carol .... 95, 220 Schwartzkopf, James .... 220 Schwartzkopf, Keith .... 206 Schwartzkopf, Robert .... 191 Schwartzkopf, Sandra .... 74, 97, 191 Schwier, Cynthia ....,....... 220 Scivally, Deborah .... 100, 220 Scott, James .... 7, 47, 51, 175 Scott, Sherry ................... Scoville, Larry ................ Scrutchions, Iris ............ Scully, Mary .................... Sebock, Don .........,...... 87, Sedlak, Dennis ................ Seebach, Viola ........ 147, Seehausen, Susanne 69 Seely, Raymond .....,...... Segraves, Mrs. Liona .... Segraves, Norman ........ Seibert, Bernard ............ Seifert, John .................... .206 206 206 220 191 206 152 175 206 153 155 220 220 Seiner, Lawrence .......... 111, 220 119, Seitz, Victor ................,... Seitz, Virginia .,.............. Seliga, Steve .................... Selk, Lorraine .......,.......... Sella, Betty .......... 69, 73, Selle, Ronald ...... 92, 95, Sells, Barbara .. ........... Serbus, Allan .................... Sergott, Theresa ...... 69, Severs, Carole , ......... 83, Severs, Tom ........ 76, 77, Seville, John .................... Seyl, Georgia . ........... 100, Shapiro, Arlene .............. Shapiro, Garry , ............. Shapiro, Gayle .............. Shapas, Ted ...................... Shaw, Joan ..,. 74, 90, 133, Shawl, Gerald . ....,...... 77, Sheahan, Patricia .......... 220 206 191 175 191 206 175 220 206 175 206 175 220 158 206 206 ..89 206 220 206 Sheahan, Sharon ............ 158 Shearer, Doug .................. 76, 77, 125, 191 Shearer, Jerry ..,... 34, 84, 175 Shelby, Catherine .......... 206 Shelby, Michael .............. 191 Shelton, Charles ............ 191 Shelton, John .................. 220 Shemerdiak, Jon ............ 80, 119, 220 Shemerdiak, Karen ........ 72, 73, 112, 206 Shemerdiak, Susan . ..... . .158 Shepard, Shirley ............ 220 Shephard, Mrs. D ....... 8, 147 Shepherd, Carolyn .,...... 191 Sheppard, Beverly ........ 220 Sherman, Joan ........ , ....... 192 Sherman, Ray ..,............ ...147 Sherman, Mrs. Rosalie 10 Sherry, Susan ............ 95 147 220 Shigley, Harry ............... Shilling, Cynthia .......... 73, 74, Shipper, William ........... .220 ..72, 192 .206 Shockley, Joyce .............. 100 Shorts, Susan .................... 69, 221 99, 112, 209, Shuler, Ronald .............. ..192 Sichling, Judith Siddens, Jacklin ........ 93, 221 Siller, Bobby ............ 121, 175 Silski, Frederick ...... 113, 206 Silski, Patricia ................., 45, 100, 221 Silva, Joseph ........,........... 148 Silzer, Robert ...... 43, 91, Silzer, Thomas ,............. Simac, Judy .................. Simac, Tom ........ 81, 110, Simmon, Selina ........... Simmons, Clarence .... . 92, 95, 206 ..175 ..221 206 76, 192 Sirnmck. Janet ...... , ......... 175 Simon, Mrs. Sally .......... 153 Sims, Sims, Patricia ........ 100, Sims, Ray ........ 110, 120, Sims, Stanley .................. Althelcla ..............., 175 221 206 221 Sims William ..............,... 221 Singleton, Edna ............. . Singleton, Virg'inia..95, Sinwelski, David .. ,..... Siorek, Terry .................... Siville, Barbara ........ 92, Siville, Margaret ............. 73, 78, 89, Siville, Willard ................ Sizer, Jean ......... ,............., Skalka, David .........,........ Skertich, George ............ 206 221 221 221 206 .57, 175 148 206 221 148 Skiscim, Gail ..,............... 206 Skowronski, Karen ........ 206 ' 175 Slager, Dennis .....,.......... Slaughter, Debra .... 101, Slaughter, Eva ......,... 99, Slaughter, Sidney .......... Sliepka, William ............. 117, Slusser, Dennis .... .. ..... Smaga, Carol ...... 85, 97, Smedley, Charles ..........., Smith, Smith, Alfrieda .............. Aura .......... ......... 221 206 221 .76, 192 ..77 206 206 206 221 206 221 221 69, 192 206 221 206 192 Smith, Beverly ................ Smith, Bob ................ 179, Smith, Carl ........................ Smith, Daniel ............ 68, 71, 117 , 181, Smith, Donald ........ 110, Smith, Douglas ................ Smith, Earl .... 77, 90, 192, Smith, Fronse .................. Smith, Gail .......... 83, 96, 175 Smith, James .................. 206 Smith, John ........ . ....,........ 221 Smith, Johnnetta .......... 221 Smith, Kathie .................. 221 Smith, Kathleen .............. 206 Smith, Leroy ........ ......... 2 06 Smith, Lynda ...... ......... 1 92 Smith, Paul ......,... ......... 2 06 Smith, Robert ., .... ...,..... 1 92 Smith, Ronald ....,. ......... 1 75 Smith, Rosetta ................ 206 Smith, Stephen ........ 76, 175 Smith, William .......... 33 71, 121, 157, 175, 192 Smits, Allen .................... ..175 Smock, David ............. ,.,..192 Smolen, Patrick ........ 29, 192 Smothers, Robert ......... .206 Snow, Sandra .....,......,..,.. 175 Snyder, Jean ...... 60, 133, Snyder, Susan ............ 86, 221 175 Sobol, Gary ...................... 221 Sobucki, Barbara ............ 175 Sollitto, Michelle ............ 206 Somkovic, Phyllis..101, Sommerfeld. Gerald 221 .221 Sopko, Linda .................... 192 Sorensen, Daniel ............ 192 Sorensen, Neil ............ 38, Sosovec, Bruce ,..,.... 120, 192 221 Sowa, Albert ............,....... 148 Spangler, Gail .............. 74, 132, 196, Spangler, James ........... Spangler, Sandy ............. Sparenberg, Edwin ....... Sparger, Barbara ........... 90. 206 .206 .175 .221 .192 Sparger, Jerry ................ 110, 112, 125, 206 Sparger, Richard ......... 1.221 Spears, Carlotta..95, 99, 221 Spencer, Charles ...,.. 77, 221 Spens, B111 .................,........ 206 Spens, Michelene .... 75 85, 94, 95, 175 Spindler, Carole ............ 206 Spindler, Diane ...,....... ..... 6 9, 133, 221 Spindler, John ................ 192 Spivey, Dennis ........ 95, 206 Spoor, Pat .......................... 175 Sprehe, Elmer .............. .221 Sprehe, Frank . ........ ....... 2 21 Staat, Bill ...........,....,....... 69, 76 Staat, Cherie .............. 101, 221 Stackman, Sue .....,. ........... 8 2 Stahr, Floyd .................... 155 Stahr, Leroy .... ,.....,... ........ 9 7 , 113, 155, 192 Stalcup, Patricia ...... 101, 221 Stanfa, Frank , ................. 221 Stanfield, Charles .......... 192 Stanfield, Mrs. Wayne..151 Staples, Anthony ............ 221 Staples, Claristine ........ 175 Staples, Marjorie ...... 97, 221 Staples, Ronald ................ 221 Stark, Carole .................... 74, 75, 95, 175 Stark, Douglas ........ 99, 221 Starks, Martha ................ 158 Starzyk, Kathy .............. 192 Steck, Philip ........... ........ 8 7 Steder, Bonnie ,......... ...... 1 92 Steekley, Imogene ........ 206 Steekley, James .............. 206 Steele, Carol ............ 100, 221 Steele, Claude .................. 71, 76, 123, 192 Steele, Shelby ,........ ......... 6 9, 123, 206 Steele, Thomas ........ 111, 221 Steere, Dan ...................... 206 Stefano, Brian .........,...... 221 Stefano, Michael ..,...,..... 192 Stegmier, Clarence ........ 148 Stein, Walter .................. 112, 124, 206 Stejskal, Arthur ............ 148 Stemple, Catherine ........ 192 Stemple, Mary ............ ,... 1 92 Stepek, Ronnie ................ 206 Stepek, Valerie ....,... 89, 206 Stephen, Joe .................... 175 Stephen, Vern ................ 176 Stephens, Mrs. C ..........,.. 148 Stephens, Harold .... 76, 176 Stephenson, Dorothy .... 57, 89, 97, 192 Stephenson, Ewing , ....... 206 Sterkowitz, Barbara .... 176 Sterling, Carolyn .... 99, 221 Stern, Carol ................ 74, 221 Stevens, Douglas ............ 192 Stevens, Nancy ...,.......... 206 Stevens, Patricia ...,...,.. 192 Stevenson, Paul .............. 221 Steves, George ................ 221 Stewart, Beverly ............ 192 Stewart, Geraldine..97, 192 Stewart, Jacqueline . ..... 192 ' 206 Stewart, Jeri .................. Stewart, Patricia .... 100, 221 Stewart, Rosemary ........ 221 Stiegman, Daryl..8l, 86, 192 Stiegman, Warren ......... .77, 108, 192 Stikas, Kathy .................. 192 Stinson, Norma .........,.... 206 Stirn, Gregory .... 95, 96, 206 Stockman, Sue .......... 83, 192 Stoeger, J eanene ............ 192 Stoeger, Jeanette .... 86, 192 Stojak, Joseph ..........,..... 221 Stokes, John ..... , ........... .. Stolarek, Dennis ........... Stolarz, Gloria .... 69, 74, 97 Stone, Glenn ........ 76, Stone, Judy ................ 11, Stone, Robert ................. Stopka, Richard ............. Strahl, Richard .............. 77, 157 Strait, Donald ............... Strassenburg, Terry ..... Street, Susan ............ 95, Stringfellow, Sandra Strobo, Katherine ......... .221 .206 206 206 176 .179 .221 ..71, 176 .206 .221 192 .206 .206 Stroh, Edward ................ 206 Stroh, Roberta ............ 83, 85, 96, 112, 176 Strom, Barbara ...... ...,.. 221 206 Strong, Melvin ........ 77, Struffert, Jerome . ....,.... 112, 124, 221 Struzik, Ronald .............. 192 Stuart, Linda ...... 17, 97, 206 Studenroth, Arthur ...... 176 Studenroth, Frances .. Studenroth, Michael .. Stufflebeam, David ..., .205 .192 ..221 Stufflebeam, Jimmie .... 221 Suas. Sally ................ , ..... 221 Suggs, Victoria ..... ,..81, 206 Sullivan, Joel . ................. 176 Sullivan, Mitchell ........ ..192 Sumega, Bette ................ 176 Sumner, Edward ............ 71, 88, 176 Sundberg, May .......... 69, 2 74, 86, 71, 176 Sundberg, Nikki .............. 176 Surprenant, Judy .... 95, 221 Sutkowski, Annette ...... 192 Sutor, Robert .................. 148 Sutsh, Linda .................... 221 Suttles, Velma .......... 97, 176 Sutton, Ernest ........ 122, 221 Sutton, Jack .... 110, 120, 207 Sutton. Roger ............ 87, 176 Swan, Vera ...................... 207 Swanberg, Mary ...,.... 92, 95, 96, 97, 221 Swanberg, Mrs. M. ...... ..148 Swanberg, Roy ................ 151 Swanson, Edward ............ 92, 95 176 Swanson, Diane .............. 221 Swanson, Joan ..............., 221 Swanson, Lewis ................ 93, 111, 120, 221 Swarens, Brenda ............ 95, 97, 207 Swarens, Larry .............. 176 Swearengin,Judith 97 207 Sweatt, Cleophos ............ 221 Swedler, John .................. 111 Sweeney, Donald ............ 96, 98, 176 Sweeny, Sharon ........ 99, 221 Sweet, Sandra ................ 221 192 Swiatek, Jim .... 76, 108, Swiderski, Rose Swietlik, Robert ....111, 221 Swietlik,Rosemarie 90176 Swinford, Linda ........ 69, 221 Swinney, Jethro .............. 221 Swinney, Sandra ........ ....222 Swoger, William ...... 87, 192 Sypien, Edward .............. 222 Szczelina, Dorothy ........ 192 Szkaradek, Bernice ...... 192 Szlaius, Bob ...... 76, 108, 192 ..27 Szwet, David .................... Szymanski, Eleanore .... 148 T Talaga, Frank .................. 222 Talaga, Paulette .... 101, 222 Talaga, Ronald ................ 207 Talaga, Susan .........,........ 192 Talbert, Wanda ...... ....... 2 07 Talley, Eugene ..., ....... 2 07 Taylor, Arthur ...... ....... 1 10 Taylor, Barbara ..... ,...... . .69, 74, 75, 176 Taylor, Chinta ,......... ...... 1 92 Taylor, Erma ............ 99, 222 Taylor, Lauralene .......... 222 Taylor, Michael .............. 222 Taylor, Paula .... 39, 90, 176 Taylor, Sally Jo . ..,....,..... 153 Taylor, William ,............... 77, 95, 222 Teeter, June ...... ........... 1 76 Tellis, Melvin ............ 76, 192 Tellis, Wayne .................. 135 Ten Hoven, Cheryl .... 95 222 Terandy, Douglas .... 77, 176 Tesar, Richard ................ 158 Thiel, Dorothea ...... 148, 152 Thoma, Terry ............ 97, 207 Thomas, Barry ................ 108 Thomas, Charles ............ 222 Thomas, Cheryl ........ 90, 207 Thomas, Homer ..,..... 69, 71, 76, 77, 96, 121, 192 Walsh, James ....,............... 208 Wojtanowski, Robert .... 193 Wickham Waterhouse. Paul .......... 207 ..176 Timmann, Carol Wrobel, .....99 .178 Zeimetz, Caryl ................ ,.17 8 .177 158 208 Walencik, Rita ................ 177 Thomas, Lois ................ Thomas, Minnie ........ 96, Thomas, Terrence ......... Thomerson, Roy , ......... . Thompson, Barbara ..,... 100, 207, Thompson, Doris ........... Thompson, James .... 119, Thompson, Mary P. ..... . 150, Thompson, Michele ...... 68, Thompson, Richard .... Thomson, Pamela ........ Thoren, Bryan .............. Thoren, Candice ........... Thornton, Sara ........ 97, Thornton, Ralph ...,.. 87, Thorstad, Patricia .... 73, Threets, Beverly .......... Throw, Otto ...,.... 46, 99, Throw, Ray .................... Thulin, Sandra ............., Thurman, Carol ........ 73, 98, 132, Tienstra, Myrna .....,...... 90, Tillery, Mrs. D. ........... . Tillman, Richard ........,. Tilton, James .............. 26, Tilton, Mary .............. 86, Tipton, William ............ Tishey, Robert .............. Tocco, Martha ................ Todd, Jack ,...................., .154 176 .207 .192 ..74, 222 .176 222 148. 154 ..17, 207 .207 .222 .222 .207 176 207 207 .222 222 .192 .222 96, 193 ..75. 193 ..148 ..207 207 ..148 ..222 ..207 ..207 Todd, Kathleen ........... 222 Tomal, Judy .................. Tompkins, Pamela .,.... Tompkins, William ..... 124, Toppel, Lynda ................ Torrence, Donna ...... 50 53, 54, 68, 75, 157, 176, Toth, Ron ........................ Towns, Ann ................ 19 M193 ..176 111, 222 ..207 , 52. 156, 180 ..222 . 69. 87, 113, 132, 177 Townsley, Joyce .......,.. Trainer, Darlene .......... Tromp, Mrs. Jasper ...... Trotter, Dolores ............ Trowbridge, Evelyn ,... Trykall, Bill .................. Tucker, Gerald ............ .. Tucker, Howard .... ,.96, ..148 ..207 ..151 ..222 ..222 ,.177 .207 207 Tucker, Jacqueline ........ 207 Tucker, James.. .,.. . ...... . ..222 Turek, Judy ...................... 74, 75, 133, 193 Turek, Robert ...... 40, 41, 43, 48, 49, 77, 91, 96, 177 Turner, Frances ............ 207 Turner, Gail ...,,............... 100, 207, Turner, Reatha ......,....... Turner, Riley ......,......... Turner, Wayne .... 31, 81, Turner, Wilfred ............ Twining, Stephen ......... Twyman, Cynthia ....,.... U Unser, Diane ................... Uphues, Richard ........... Uptmor, Linda ,....... 69, Upton, Mrs. Joyce .... 14, Urban, David ................. Ustian, Joyce , ............... . Ustian, Patricia ........ 90, ..69, 222 ..222 ..177 193 .193 .158 .222 .193 222 148 .193 .193 207 V Valbert, G. R. ........ 140, Vallow, Vallow, Vallow, Vallow, Vallow, Vandal, Gail ...,................ Kenneth ........... 113. Ronald ................ Tim ................ 87, Tom .............. 76, B111 ................ ...... Van Dam, Richard ........ 69, 123 193 Vandenberg, Henry ...j..139 Vander Aa, Alan .............. 11, 77, 118, 207 Vanderbok Charles ...... Vanderbok, Joyce .......... 207 Vanderbok, William ...... 76, 77, 177 Van Der Heiden, George ............................ 193 Vanderlinden, Penny .... 158 Vander Veen, David .... 97, 111, 120, 222 Van Dommelen, Lois .... 96, 98, 177 Van Drunen, Gerald 76,193 Van Eck, James ...,.......... 193 Van Eck, Vicki ................ 51, 71, 73, 74, 79, 96, 98, 156, 177 Van Etten, Mrs. Bertha..82 Van Etten, Marilyn 83,207 Van Laningham, Gary 125, 177 Walker, Jacqueline ........ Walker, James ................ Walker, Marlene .... 100, Wallace, Louis ................ Wallace, Mrs. Marie ...... Waller, Marsha ............... 101, Walsh, Dorothy .............. Walters, Douglas ........... 122, Walters, Pat ...................... Walton, Beverly ...... 99, Ward, Joseph .................. Ward, Terry ,................. .... Ward, William ................ Wardell, Gwendolyn 101 222 222 222 222 148 .74, 222 222 207 .97, 123 158 222 177 222 193 122 Warnaar, Paul .......... 89, 193 Warnell, Joseph ......,....... 76, 106, 108, 177 Warner, Lynn ...........,...... 207 Warns, Norman ........ 84 177 Warren, James ................ 207 Warrer, Bruce .......,...,,... 207 Washburn, Dorothy..78 148 Washington, Herbert ..,. 222 Wasilkoff, Peter .............. 71, 177 76, 156 Wasilkoff, Sue ................ 193 Wasso, Richard .,.............. 193 Waterman, Florence .... 148 Waterman, John ......... Waters, David ............. ...193 ...222 Waters, Douglas ............ 207 Van Laningham, Sandy 193 90, 97, Van Milligan, Karyn .... Van Milligan, Michael 76, Van Offelen, Carol ........ Van Pelt, Ann ........ 100, Varnadoe, Carole .... 100, Varnadoe, Donald .... 99, Watkins, Watkins Beverly .... 101 , Evelyn .,......... Watkins, Jack ............... Watkins, Karen ........... Watkins, Keith ............ 97 Watkins, Lawrence ..,.. Watkins, Reginald ..... Varner, Margie ........ 90, 177 Varner, Ronald .............. 112, 222 124, Veld, Judy ..... .............. 1 93 Veile, Janet ..... .......,.. 2 07 Velon, John ........ .......... 2 07 Velon, William .............. 177 Venson, Phillip .............. 193 Verkinder, Laura .,.. 74, 207 Verlinden, Patricia .....,.. 222 Ver Wey, Tom ........ 118, 207 Vest, Jack ............ 36, 84, 193 Vetterick, David ............ 69, 95, 207 Vetterick, Mildred ........ 177 Viehweg, Sherry ...... 84, 177 193 Donna ............... , ,..50, 81, 156, 157 Virgin, Heather .............. 207 Visser, Janice ........ 100, 222 Vinyard, Eugene .... 92, Virgil, Vlach, Elaine .........,,....... 207 Voils, William .................. 222 Voss, Dale ........... .......... 2 07 Wawro, Joseph ............. 222 ...100 ...193 ...222 ....69, 222 ...222 ...193 Weaver, Glenn ................ 106, 177 108, 121 Weaver, Sylvia ............. Webb, Les ....................... Weber, Kenneth ......... ...193 177 Webb, Jack ..,.,........,.... 87 ...177 ...222 Webster, Armeatha ........ 70, 73, 74, 83, 99 193 Webster, Leonard .......... 99, 120, 222 Webster, Thomas ..,......... 76, 108, 193 Weglarz, Joseph .............. 222 Weglarz, Veronica ........ 207 Weiderman, Linda .... 93 222 Weinstock, Pat .... ...... 7 1, 75, ' 85, 112, 193 Weise, Rich .......... ...... 7 6 177 Weisgerber, Joe ..........,... 177 Weiss, Marie .... 74, 100, 222 Weller, Bille Wells, Clyde ....... ,..... . 77, Wells, Elaine . ........... 97, W Wadolny, Mickey .......,.. 158 Wagner, George .............. 155 Wagner, Judi .................... 193 Wagner, Karen ................ 222 122 207 Wells, Peter . ..................... 17 7 Walczak, Bill ........,........... 177 Walczak. Gerrie .............. 158 Waldschmidt, A. F. ........ 139 Walenga, Marilyn .... 69, 193 Walker, Delores ...........,.. 177 Wells, Shirley .................. 207 Wentler, Ray ..........,..,.... 207 Wentworth. Vickie ........ 207 Wentz, Steve ............... ,.... 1 79 Weseloh, Roger ................ Weseloh, Ronald ............. 43, 97, Wesse, Diane .................... Wesse, Larry .................,.. Wessel, Mrs. K. ............. , Wessel, Paul ....... .......... .42, 222 207 207 148 148 Wheatley, Janet ........... .74, 222 100, Wheatley, Sylvia ............ 177 Wheeler, Era .................... 158 Wheeler, Sharon .... 95, 222 Whipple, Ralph .......... 92, 95, 112, 124, 222 Whitaker, Jeffrey ...... 77, 207 White, Beverly ........ 101, 222 White, Gordon ................ 178 White, Jack .,.... 77, 110, 207 White, Karen ,... 71, 112, 207 White, Maria .................... 207 White, Monte ...... 21, 69, 222 White Richard ................ 207 White, Robert .... 98, 207, 222 White, Vernell ........ 108, 193 White, Warren ................ 193 Whitlock, Donna ............ 158 Whitlock, James ............ 207 Whitlock, Linda ...... 99, 222 Whitlock, Steve .............. 71, 91, 125, 193 Whitlow, Howard ...... .... 2 07 Whitney, Joseph ........,.., 193 Whitted, Charles ............ 193 Whitted, Kenneth .......... 95, 119, 222 Whitted, Kipley .... 1.20, 222 , Eugene .......... 207 Wiegand, Donald Wiegand, Kenneth .......... 54, 76, 77, 124, 125 178 ..........222 Wielgorecki, Joan .......... 193 Wiener, Mrs. Leona ...... 153 Wilhoit, Earl ...,.................. 16 Wilken, Janice ............. .193 Wilkens, Edwin .............. 110, 207 118, Wilker, Karen ................ 207 Wilkerson, Jim ............,... 77, 106, 193 Wilkins, Marcelle .... 95 222 Wilkins, Mike .................. 207 Wilkins, Nancy ........ 88, 193 Wilkinson, Michael ........ 193 Willey, Richard .............. 193 Willey, Roger .................. 193 Williams, Allen .............. 193 Williams, Arthur ............ 222 Williams, Beauton .......... 155 Williams, Benny .... 120, 223 Williams, Bernard .... 95, 193 Williams, Bruce .........,.... 193 Williams, Carol ...... 100 223 Williams, Carolyn .......... 207 'Williams, Darnell ............ 99 Williams, Dianna .... 69, 193 Williams, Donald .... 119, 148 Williams, Floyd ........ 39 223 Williams, Fred .,.............. 223 Williams, Mrs. Irene .... 155 Williams, Jasper ........... ...223 223 Williams, Jo Ann .... 100, Williams, Kathleen ........ 207 Williams, Linda .,.............. 208 Williams, Michael .......... 208 Williams, Susan .............. 223 Williams, Tom ...........,.... 178 Williams, Ulric ............., 223 Willoughby, Lorna ........ 223 Wilson, Curt .................... 155 Wilson, Donald .............. 155 Wilson, Etta ...................... 155 Wilson, Iler ...................... 194 Wilson, James ........ 120, 223 Wilson, Margaret ............ 178 Wilson, Ronnie ........ 77, 223 Wilson, Theresa ...,.. 101, 223 Windt, Sandra .......... 61, 208 Winebrenner, Lauren 74, 194 Winebrenner, Maxine 90 Winfree, Carl .................. Winter, Glen .......... ..... Wiseman, Luella .......... Withgott, James ........... 95, Withgott, John ............. 122, Witt, Mary J. ............ 99, Witt, Kevin ........,. 77, 99, Wojtanowski, Bill ........ Wojtanowski, Edward Wojtowicz, Jo Ann ...,.... Wojtowicz, Stanley . .,.... . Wolf, Crystal ............ 97, Wolf, Hal , ................... 99, 223 223 208 154 .92, 194 .95, 223 223 194 208 194 223 208 194 223 Wolf, Mrs. Ronald .......... 151 Womack, Kenneth .......... 223 Wood, Patricia ................ 194 Wooden, Emerson .......... 208 120 223 Wooden, Hiram ...... Woods, Jacqueline..101: 223 Work, Mrs. Marilou ...... 148 148 Wray, Velma .............. 34 Wright, Barbara .............. 69, 73, 74, 194 Wright, Carol .................. 223 Wright, David ..... ........ 1 94 Wright, Selevan .............. 223 Wright, Zelethxa ........... ...154 Carole ................ 194 Wunderlich, Florence 148 152 Wynarczyk, Walter ...... 208 208 Wyngarden, Gary .... 97, Y Yadron, Jerry .............,. Yarbrough, Annie .... 82, Yates, Janice ............ 88, Yates, Linda .....,....,...... Yatsak, Joyce ............ 41, 83, 132, 178 Yerkovich, Marilyn Young, Chloe .....,...... 99 Young, Chris ................... Young, Edna ..... ........ Young, Ellen .....,........ 81 Young, Jerry ................... Young, Paulette ........... Young, Ramona ............. Young, Sue ,..... ..... .....,. Yzbicki, Donald ............. Z Zablocki, Shirley ........... Zahler, Susanne Zaksas, Joseph ........ 77, Zaksas, William ........ 69, Zaller, Rita ..................... Zanders, Larue ..,............ Zapchenk, Frank ........... Zawisza, Ted ................. .178 208 178 .223 72, 179 .148 208 .208 .154 194 .208 .208 .223 .208 .194 .178 194 223 .223 .208 .155 .208 Zboreak, Lorranie ........., 208 Zechel, Robert .....,...... ....l48 Zevenhouse, Henry ........ 148 Zirkle, Zmuda Diana ..............,... 194 Carol ..,............... 178 Zmuda: David .... 99, 124, Zmuda, Zornig, 223 Patricia .............. 223 Walter ................ Zuithoff, Sandy ........... 69, 92, 95, 178, Zukauskas, Joseph ........ Zumm, Norma ................ .54. 181 208 208 Zweifel, Arnold ................ 76, 77, 90, 178 237 A Academics ...... 6, 14, 20-39, 45, 58-61 Administration .... 138-141, 150, 152 Advisory Committee ..............,... 150 Art .........,............................ 7, 38, 39, 46 Audio-Visual Center ........ 36, 37, 84 Attendance desk .................,...... 9, 82 B Bands .........,.................... 12, 92, 94, 95 Baseball .................................... 126, 127 Basketball .............. 104, 105, 114-119 Biology ........................................ 22, 23 Club .................................................. 88 Board of Education .... ..... ........ 1 3 9 Bookstore .......................... Boys Club ......................,............. 76, 77 Boys P.E. ..... . ...,.... . Building Supt. .... . Bus Guards .............. Buses ....... Business Education Business Manager ........ C Cafeteria ................ 3, 13, Camera Club .... . ............. .. Cheerleaders .... .......... ,..... Chemistry .............. Club .....,.................... Choral Groups ...,. .........11, 58, 59 ........7, 18 .........34, 35 ...........139 14, 15, 154 19, 57, 112 25 .........96-101 Index of Pictures Department Heads .............,........ 152 Distributive Ed. .............,................ 84 Diversified Occupations ............ 87 "Doctor in Spite of H1rnSe1f" .............................,.... 48, 49 Dramatics ,....... 40-44, 48, 49, 64, 65 E English ........ ..,.......... . .....,.. S , 32 F Faculty ......,. 13, 14, 143-149, 150-152 Faculty Assn. .. .,......,.................... .151 Father-Son Stag ............................ 64 Flag Day .......................................... 159 Football ........................ 18, 19, 106-111 Footlighters ,...............,..................... 91 Freshman Stand-Up ............ 16, 17. 194, 195, 223 Freshmen ...,............................ 209-223 Future Teachers . .........................., 89 G Game Ushers .....,........ ........... 5 6, 112 General Science ............,........... 22, 23 Girls Athletic Assn. .... 63, 132, 133 Swim Show .........................,...... 133 Girls Club ........................ 49, 56, 72-75 Dance .....................,......... : ........ 50, 51 Girls P.E. ................ 10, 15, 47, 60, 61 Glee Clubs ...... ....,............,.. 4 6, 96-101 I Industrial Ed. ........ . Assistants .......... Intramurals ....,..... J Junior Red Cross ..... Juniors .... K Key Club .................. ........26-29 ........132-135 ........182-194 K.I.P. ........................... .......,.. 8 , 68-70 L Language Councils ................ 80, 81 Languages ....................,....... 30, 31, 47 Lettermen's Club ..... .............,. 1 O6 Library ...................... ........ 8 , 12 Liberets .................. .....,.... 9 0 Lost 8: Found ...... Loyalty Day ............ M Maintenance Staff Maj orettes ............... 19, 56, 112 Mathematics . ............................, 20, 21 Math Club ...........................,............ 88 May Queen Court ......................... .50 Music ............ . ...... ..... . "My Three Angels' N 41. 92-101 43 Christmas ............... .......... 4 6, 47 Coin Club .... .... . .. ........... ..87 Color Guard .................. ............ 2 Commencement ............................ 159 Counsel CBd. of Ed.J .................... 139 Counselors CC1assJ .......... 12, 37, 142 Assistants ...............................,...... 83 Cross Country .......... ............... 1 31 D Dad-Daughter .......... .......... 6 2 Deans ................... ........ 1 41 Debaters .,....,.. .......... 9 1 Staff thanks 238 , Golf .................................................... 131 Graduation Ushers ...................... 157 Gym .Tam .................................... 56, 57 Gymnastics ................ . ....... 124, 125 Club ........................... H Hall Guards ................... . ............ 15, 77 Harvey Hoofers .......,...................... 85 Homecoming ............ 5 Homemaking ............. 2-57, 180, 181 45 Honors Day ........ ........................ 1 58 National Honor Society .... 156, 158 Newspaper ............................ 9, 13, 79 Nurses' Office ................................ 10 0 Office Staffs ........... ......... 1 53, 154 Orchesis ,.... . .............,. ....... 1 1, 46, 85 P Parent-Teacher Assn. .............. 151 Pep Club ......... ....... .............. ....... 8 6 Perigon Club ...... ....... 8 8 Physics ........................... Plays ...................... , ........ Play Chairmen ............ Principal ...........,... Projectionists ..... Prom ............,...... Purple X ........ ....... R Radio Club ........,......... Rental Library ...,. "The Robe" ................. S Scholarship Day ....... Science ...,................, Club .................... Seniors .................. 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