United Township High School - Skyline Yearbook (East Moline, IL)

 - Class of 1960

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Editor in Chief SUZANNE Hwrs A new era is dawning. This year's Senior Class will be the last one to graduate from United Township High School, as it has been known and understood for many years. The Juniors of this year will have the distinction of being the first class to graduate from the new building which will be occupied in Sep- tember of 1960. The Freshmen arriving in September will find a different environment in this building than previous Freshmen classes found. Although United Township High School was organized in 1912, the first building of United Township High School, on top of 13th Street hill, was built in 1916 and occupied in September of that year. Many hun- dreds of students have come and gone through this building during the 44 years of its existence. Traditions have grown up and many loyalties have developed over this period of time. We will all remember how life was here and all the good associations we have had in United Township High School as it has been. But a new era lies ahead, built on the foundation of a memorable past. The new United Township High School of the future holds promise for expanding and ever richer benefits to the students and the people of the community. May the pleasant memories of the past serve to enrich the future for everyone. This is one of Mr. Dawson's busy times dictating to Mr. Dawson finds a little leisure time at home in the , - ' his secretary. everung. Mr. L. O. Dawson: the 1960 Skyline staff dedicates this year- book to you. Your service to United Township High School has been immeasurable in the past. We thank you from the bottom of our hearts for your devotion to the school and the citizens in this community throughout the years you have spent in this city. May your future years prove to be as fruit- ful and fulfilling as the ones gone by. Table of Contents School Life Faculty . .. Seniors Juniors Sophomores Freshmen . 6- 9 10-27 28-57 58-67 68-79 80-89 Sports .... Clubs ............... Activities ..... Senior Activities Patrons ............. Index ..... 90-117 118-149 150-182 183-186 187 188-192 Foreword Since this is the last year four classes will be housed in this building, our 1960 annual is looking at United Township High School in retrospect. The pictures of our school, the classrooms, cafeteria, halls, and auditorium, although empty, bring back precious memories to each of us in our own special way. This is the new, different 1960 Skyline, we hope you like it. .. if KAREN FRANCIS I'YUl'l'll'UI'f1 Scciion Edilm' if vc ,I W 'ivfaa-Q..,WqQ by it r,,,,.,.. A E .wma N' Remember the fun at the after game dances in the cafeteria. SOPHOMORE ADVISOR These are the offices which make the life of a student easier. 1 I L--.W The General Office is a cog in the wheel which makes the school run smoothly k K N-,... cc Be sure and study hard for that tcst in English. HE 5 I 9 'Y J, .1- 4... in nm -qv .L-H!! No.. M '-1 Faculty Editor VELMA Moosn: N" M 6' 2 rw, ff C. L. McCreight Assistant Principal Administration I Lois Frels School Nurse P. J. Philhower Business Manager C. L. Baily Attendance Officer BOARD OF EDUCATION The board of education guides the administrators. Row 1: Rush Copeland, P. J. Phil- hower fsecretaryj, G. C. McNeal fpresidentj, L. O. Dawson fsuperintendentj, Dr. W. C. Steele. Row 2: Glenn A. Wilson, C. S. Brissman, Durward J. Long, and Al J. Mueller, ed! Class advisors are Helen Grant, junior ad- vlsorg Harvey Pierson, senior advisorg Marg- orie Pierce, sophomore advisorg Harold Collins, freshman advisorg William Yemm, junior advisory Charles McCoy, sophomore advisorg and Merlin Nelson, freshman ad- visor. if Secretaries for the administration are Ruth Kicksey, secretary to Mr. Phil- howerg Carol Gooch, secretary to Mr. McCreightg Alice Paasch, secretary to the Junior and Senior advisorsg and Carol Anderson, secretary to the Fresh- man and Sophomore advisors. Estelle Davidson demonstrates proper oil paint- ing techmques to onlookers of the sixth period art class. teacher. 7' J Mr. Robert L. Minor Mr. Minor is U.T.H.S.'s only art Mr. Donald Faley Driver Education Driver Education is now required under state law for all sophomores. This course must be passed before a diploma will be issued. Two men usually seen on the streets of East Moline are Mr. Jay Mercer and Mr. Joseph Dhont. Mr. Ellsworth Brooks Many different types of courses are offered for the stu- dents of the business department. These include Typ- ing I and II, Shorthand, Stenography, Bookkeeping and Office Machines. Business Departments Three familiar faces in the Business Department are Mr. Robert Fairman, who also manages the Bookstore, Miss Jane Glenn, and Mr. Keith Bare. Miss Eleanor Allen Department Head Teachers in the Business Department are Helen Grant, Harold S. Morgan, Max Man- uel, and Rubijohn Gorby. ,7- English Department Not included in the original English courses were radio speaking and acting. In the earlier years of our school, college preparatory students were not separated from the vocational students. This began with a senior col- lege preparatory course. Later, the same type of course was offered to juniors. A recent change in the English department has been the enriched courses for the more advanced students. Mr. John W. Stevens Department Head It English teachers M3Ig0Ile Pierce Jes -1- sie Frederick Fern McNab LaVona Johnson and James Somerville take a moment to pose for this picture an ':"""'S'ff'v.-v v W , , uf ' ' Q21 I f , wf vu 4-, 5' , - ' s- ' ' z -'Q "x A ' . 1 . I ' H sl? - ' - X.: .. X 4x v r' x , N 1 ff' ,ek , f 3 ., V . M - C I' r W H- 1 'XA fc .NX I A 5 -. X ! 5 MQJJ' f 1, , K ,ea -4 5 f I 4' I " X! Q . 1 , Y f Z .. fff ,f Q,R.QM,h ,f yi! i , 4'-vi . 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Easter and Norma Walker, The use of the word cheese is demonstrated by Earnest Kivisto and William Cloud as the photog- rapher snapped this picture. 10" College preparatory students skim their books for the answer to Mr. Stevens' last question Hazel Schmidt, Daphne Frane, and Beverly Carrington, Department Head, take time from their sewing and cooking for a friendly chat. Home Economzcs All that work and it doesn't fit, sighs Vicke Huyveart as she displays her skirt for the senior girls to see. Industrial Arts , e The Industrial Arts Department offers a great variety of vocational classes. These include drafting, general shop, machine shop, vocational drafting, vocational machine shop, and two years of woodshop, patternmaking, metals, foundry and auto shop. an i v , L -k.,,.4' Mr. Lester Vines Department Head Teachers of industrial arts classes are Row 1: Robert Zesiger, Paul Oliver. Row 2: Edward Drabik, Charles Rainey, John Cavanagh, and Dean Teel, Only a few second year Spanish students know the answer to Mrs. Smith's question. When our language department first origi- nated, the two main languages taught were Latin and French. Spanish later replaced French. Two years of each language are al- ways offered. This year a new addition to the language department was the "language laboratory" in the Spanish room. Languages Mrs. Reba Hester and Mrs. Isabelle Smith 1 Lzbrary Mr. Dale Carrison A period in the Library to rest or study is enjoyed by all. The Library of our high school is one of the iinest to be found. It offers every type of reference a student could need. Also, our library contains many comfortable lounge chairs in which students can relax while reading. Miss Ester McNutt Miss Bernice Howard Department Head "Boys haven't got all the brains," says Nancy Swiatkiewicz as she shows fellow students how to work a simple Algebra problem. Mathematics Department Although the math department has not changed a great deal throughout the years, a recent change which it has undergone is the accelerated math courses the first year student gets in Algebra I, II, and III, the second year student receives Plane and Solid Geometry. The last two years are devoted to more advanced math courses. The geom-o-tree, another addi- tion, is becoming a tradition of the math department. Even math teachers have a chance for a friendly chat around Mr. Lewis's desk. Shown above are Charles Allee, Robert Zimmerman, George Bray, Robert Lewis, Merlin Nelson, and Leonard Engnell. Music Department Mallie Williams Assistant Band Director Practice makes perfect is shown tices formations before a game. as the band prac- Mr. John Thoman Department Head Band Director The music department of our high school presents many concerts and assemblies for the enjoyment of the student body. These include the Armistice Day Assem- bly, the Christmas Vespers, and the Spring Concert which features both choral groups and the band. Vincent Ahnqmst Choral Director Shown hard at work is the Aeolian Chorus directed by Mr. Ahnquist. u 0 Miss Luise Piano Department Head Physical education is a required course which gives M1 of a credit a year. During the year girls have dancing, volleyball, basketball and tennis or field hockey. XX, Girls Physical Education teachers are Dorothy Ward Elaine Ruberg and Nancy Westefer. Physical Education Department Boys physical education classes pro- vide such activities as football, bas- ketball, wrestling and use of the trampolene. '99, filkvw Mr. Ellsworth Brooks Department Head u S, . Ps ,nt Boys physical education teachers are Lou Matykie- wicz and Ray Holmes. 1 , l Science Department Our science department has a large selection of courses from which a student may choose. It offers biology, chemistry, physics, and physics- math, it requires the passing of general math before graduation. Mr. M. W. Pratt Department Head Assorted happy expressions are displayed by the science teachers VVilliam Wheeler, Mary Weller, Helen Buresh, Harold Col- lins, Donald Kell, and YVilliam Campbell while posing for a picture. A History Department Two and one half units of credit from history courses are required before grad- uation. Sophomores are required to take world history, juniors are required to M35 Dorothy galvjrt . . . t take American history, and Seniors must em' ment ea take one semester of Government. in Q Pictured are the teachers of the Social Studies Department. Row I: Glenn Chivers, Marian Dean, and William Yemm. Row 2: Al- bert Zimmerman, Alexander Was- son, Edward Peterhoff, Harvey Pierson, John Wrenn, and Roger C, Aubrey. Cafeteria help this year includes the follow- ing Row 1: Mabel Ziegler, Cleo Krueger, Georgina Williams, Bertha Pancrazio, Alice Gallens, and Ann Wadsager. Row 2: Ra- nilda Belowski, Myrtis Gallaugher, Hazel Allsbrow, Irma Diercks, Nadine Osbourne and Evelyn Little. S tal? This year's janitorial staif is composed of Row J: Loren Borum, Collins Wray, Frank Machu, Rex Martin, and Melvin Hummel. Row 2: Andrew Saey, Fur- man Jones, Ed Johnson, Pete Vermeu- len and Roy Murren. il 2 Bus drivers for the 1959-1960 school year are Row 1: Neal McNeal, Melvin Hummel, Rex Martin, Dewey Oltman, Arthur Miha- lopoulos and Collins Wray. Row 2: Jack Skiles and Seraphin Versypt. Q 'CJ-I 3 XE! W9 17 Helping the advisors this year were Row 1: Karyn Powell, Joanne Leland, Jackie Jones, Willa Wilson, Sharon Gotheridge, Joyce McDanel, and Maureen O'Harrow. Row 2: Kaye Stevenson, Carole Talack, Nancy Boxstall, Linda Livesay, Judy Huff, and Trudy Vines. Row 3: Karen Newenham, Donna Radakovich, Sandra Roach, Ellen Brereton, Student jfice Girls Pat Akers, one of the oflice girls, is doing a typical job of collecting the absence slips during a class period. Wh0's Who of 19?? L. O. Dawson Marian Dean M. W. Pratt Reba Hester Bernice Howard Roger Aubrey sig? Harold "Rip" Collins Vincent Ahnquist Elea nor Allen William Yemm 81: big brother Senior Editor J OANNE Vnnsyrr . 55, a I.. ,gi gm , P. 1 Q , 2 1 H Q x 4 Q '. 5? i i 2 f?Q.vi5'1 m 1 V I gg 5 m f 1373 l 55 in QA ' W 8 -'gs , jf 'K a . ak lf l , ix, I W 4 . J. , 0' 3, A i . ,Q 5 is ' 5 1 3 'x a 4 Q 4 fm , M ,gm , X I , bv," 4 0 is? Tfiij? 19 Q, ,V Vlmf ! . ,. A fs. S+ Q in 1 4 'bA4,,,,. Q1 M 3,3 w 1 I ., , , Q 3 .D y 4 Q. by Q n H A Kam ,Wi ' k'f'5529f I 'X If 7 :L J. 4. we K: A al A 'Q 'VT :Y ,W QM, in V , ,Ht w AM' N ,Fm M fm Q ,WW 7 ? H , rg se. Wyw I gaga 01, .235 'd , ge, wwf 3, J "E' r F agfar',Vtk , 4 WM V. U F 'ab H my WW -,' 'Y V. J A . 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Homecoming royalty, class meetings, senior ball, class pic- tures, ordering announcements, try- ing on caps and gowns, Honor Society, Prom, Senior Day, and fin- ally graduation. For some of us the end of four years of high school was a sad moment and to some it was Pam O'Klock, Sylvia Stockwell and Jennie Peterson seem to be having quite a time. Yes. Seniors had everything in their schedules, from books to early morning breakfast at school. Representing U.T.H.S. at the Rotary Club this year were: Frank Loll, Steve Pyevich, Steve Hofstetter, James Wakefield, David Ray, Rodney Cook, Steve Schroder, and Kenneth Laud. a moment of gay freedom. To all seniors, memories of life on the hill- top will linger and will not fade. We will never forget high school and our last activities together as a class before- Commencement. Graduation was over, SKYLINES were signed, and goodbyes were said. Yes, goodbyes were said, but truly within, we all know that memories can never be forgotten. wwracxmf . T 5:ff5if?2'f1 f ...ff , J , AL. 'dei Members for the year in the Na- tional Honor Society are: First row: Betty McLaughlin, Gerald Curry, Sue Haefs, Virginia Bot- torff, Lynda Benson, Nola Ander- son, Debbie Anderson and Patricia Adams. Second row: Joyce Mc- Danel, Mary Etta Longnecker, Sandra Liedtke, Patricia Akers. Kenneth Laud, Janet Fuller and Joanne Leland. Third row: Karen Komatar. Gary Milen, Richard Harrington, Thomas Guild, William Kaiser. Steve Hofstetter, and Judith Knaack. Ofiicers for the L. O. Dawson Chapter of the National Honor Society, during the year were Trudy Vines, Treasurerg Jo- anne Versypt, Vice-President: Doralee Oakman, Secretaryg Martha Smith, President: and Gary Milen. Historian. Members of the National Honor Society are also: First row: Martha Ann Pugh, Velma Moose, Roberta Mulligan, Wilma Myers, Joanne Marie Versypt, Jeanne Rosczyk, Judith Schadt, and Martha Smith. Second row: Trudy Vines, Mary Jo Van Hecke, Sandra Schultz, Janet Rhodes, Sandra Roach, Nancy Swait- kiewicz, and Sherrie Wilson. Third row: John Steele, Dora- lee Oakman, Norman Wilkins. Steve Schroder, Wayne Miller, Herbert Alvin Wykert, Carol Pelton and Sharon Williams. N E Seniors I N PATRICIA AKERS DEBBIE ANDERSON NOLA ANDERSON LINDA ALDRICH E I -1- Is Jay Newton an instructor now? No, he's just taking the easy way out by watch- P A ATRICIA DAMS ing Ed Sandoval do all the work! E1 EN ' TNn1vr4r A E Awww SAMUEL BRERETON . 14' Q-.,"" f ' A Wk "' A ! LOIS BOLES RICHARD BIDEAUX MAURICE BRADLEY LYNDA BENSON I Ns. I :Fl PATRICIA BUSHNELL GERALD BEART VIOLET BADTKE NANCY BOXSTALL KAY Bo'r'rORI-'F GORDON BILLINGS LOUIS BELMAN RICHARD BROWN LUTHER BAILEY IRENE BOWLING LINDA COLLINS MELVIN BOWKER MARILYN BOWMAN GEORGE Cox ,iii .-A ,gm-ggi--f V fjfyfggg .,,,,,,,,aM, , C -'ff' 23 dz- -,fu-f KATHERINE CLEVENGER DELBERT CLEVENGER SANDRA CLAUW x . I fx I YA ,V I KAREN CONOVER RONALD CASTENS JOHN CRUZ GERALD CURRY Q..mm numm-mmmn FRANCIS CARROLL MICHAEL CARPENTIER my P9 MARVIN DUESTERHAUS W DEANNA DERBY NAOMI DETHERAGE PATRICIA Doxsm: A A ROSALIE Dowls JACK DrxoN KAREN EDDLEMAN Seniors KAY FERRIER -..,k JUDY FARRIS .,, WILMAM FARBELR l Recognize the familiar arm reaching around the 3 door? .Q f- - 1.14 Seniors 1 SUZANNE HAEFS KAREN GREB KENNETH HAKEMAN BRENT HANSON CAROL H K I x W I E i ALL RICHARD HARRINGTON ADELA HERNANDEZ 1 NIE HEMM CURTIS HARSCH JAMES HAYES CON 1 ' ' A,rg1f?iii 5 . if ww , A, . ' 1 - 49 12' - A Y vm- umm Awww KATHLEEN HILL .sf , - V gn 'ink 45 my ,pm f , fiam'i1'ff Q iggggf' ,, f 1 Y am -446' KAREN KOMATAR DENNIS KELLY MICHAEL KIRKPATRICK JUDY KNAACK SANDRA KRAMBECK BARBARA LANG NATHANIEL LAWRENCE Q, se- JWDARD I JS Ask Lily Ann Snyder if it was as warm as toast in the senior class float - A Toast to Victory. A CARSTEN LEMKAU JOYCE LAPEERE K ENNETH LAUD ALvE'rA LASITER 41 , Q F -W ' . .. + -.am LB!!! y V D H N JV EPV I 4 ,:': , , K J 1 . xi of X fx A l GARY MILLEN JOANN MCLEMORE DAVID MILLER JOY MILEM Semors Ask Karyn Powell if sen- iors accomplish much in study hall- well do they? ,,-7" l -A PAUL MILLER! MAXINE MIX DAVID MHILS CAROLYN MI'r'rs SALLY MONSTREY WAYNE MILLER PAT MOLNAR EUGENE MoURIssE VELMA MOOSE GEORGE MUNGER ROBERTA MULLIGAN 4 I SANDRA MURPHY DONALD MURPHY WH,MA MEYERS GARY NATWICK GERALD NEFF DIANE NELSON JAY NEWTON W KAREN NEWENHAM TOM NEILSEN BONNIE ODENDAHL 4 ,Q,..,4mw lkk, mf '99 5. ,U .2 it Q11 mM,, ww -9' 0 WV in AM , gud' SANDRA ROACH LINDA ROMERO PAULINE ROCKWELL RONALD R001- i ki f SHERMAN ROTZ JEANNE RosczYK WARREN ROWE FAYE RITTEL KAREN SADDURIS EDMOND SANDOVAL LESLEY SCHLEETER MGM SANDRA SCHNEIDER DENNIS SCHAVE JUDITH SCHADT MWA 'ex 'nr-"' X ,m4,.. ' 'Y J ,...m'3' M ,wx DUANE STE1-'FE SYLVIA STOCKWELL JAMES SOUCINEK JAMES STONEKING ROBERT STOGDELL NANCY SWIATKIEWICZ Y A . X DON S'ro'r'rs CARL STUELAND FRED STULIR JUDITH SWEET RICHARD SWANSON CAROLE TALAK RONALD TRICE . . .. WM W A 3 1 I0 Q1 cm W -sv if 9 ? MMM F9 H W V I iw I I 1 ' W Senior , l JAMES WAKEFIELD SHERRIE WILSON PAUL WIKLUND g J-vi 1 DEROY WINGERT JAMES WINKELBAUER KENNETH WOMACK VIRGINIA WOOLLEY I V WAYNE WRIEDT CAROL WILSON WADE WOOD A -uw fiyff' A, , STANLEY WILLIAMS BEATRICE WILSON nn-pm-Dm xxzw,.,M U - Pictures were not available for the followlng people as they proved to be camera shy: LEROY ROBERT BALLEGEER JAMES W. BRAET GARY CANFIELD DAVID COOPER DIANE DROZ ALTHA EARNEST CLARENCE W. FORRET THOMAS L. LAKE WALTER LAUD MELVIN L. NIELMLOFF DXVAYNE A. NEAVEILL DAVID PYLAND JOHN SMITH CAROL J. STAUFFER RONALD YOUNG Senior Life Is Homecoming night, October 9th, proved to be a lot of fun for seniors Sherrie Wilson. Ron Pustilnik, Ilana Kean, John Steele. Martha Smith and Wayne Miller. Many seniors ate at the Oaks along with these students caught in the midst of a good meal. ...cz Lot of Fun and cz Lot of Work I l Looks as if the boys worked harder in Mr. Cloud's class than the girls did!! Could that he possxble? ci Time for Growing Up. . . V , A X VXA A h Q . ..If .4 Gerald Curry takes time off to think where the road to - the future is learlmg: him-to success we hope. ld in . x - SENl0R ,ilu ci Time to Aeeomplish. . . Lynda Benson attempts to steady her nerves on the Honor Society Assembly. Mr. Pierson often gave seniors the ever helpful advive they need, Clyde Hostens found it very useful in making out his schedule. ci Time to Wonder... And llast, but not least, the Junior-Senior Prom-it is the blggest dance of the year and the last for the Seniors! cz Time to Realize . . . It's the Best Year of Your Life! Who's Who in the Senior Class??? 3.11. .. ... 1' .Q ' A I l Fred Stulir . . . blonde bombshell Sue Haefs . . . Hmmmf Sandra Jokisch . . . Jim Haiyes . a little man wlth a big mower! curly top ' E . -'!- , Paul Walker . . Butchie fl, Sylvia Stockwell . . . so innocent! it 1 Elizabeth Simpson . . . sweet Pam, O'Klock , . .7' Nancy SWaltk19WiCZ . . all smiles Curtis Harsch . . . hot rod kid Carol Hall . . . Quiet as ever John Steele . . . what a cutie! Vicki Hvyuaert . . . Debbie Anderson . . . the philosopher little miss X , K 1 E Velma Moose . . . what big eyes! Jeanne Van Vliete big d9ClSlO7lS Sandy Liedtke . . .............. Al LLA ...,... New H' 41 - V Lili vi, , 5,55 11,1 A , Q QQ Lyndp Benson . . . i see, she did have blonde hair H 57 Junior Editor JUDY SUMMERS 1 The Juniors run their class smoothly with the help of Janet Sm-, Treasurer: Miss Grant, Class Advisorg Vicki Taylor, Secretary: Joe De Jaegher, President: Donna Knight. Vice President: and Mr. Yemm, Class Advisor. Violetta Anderson, Melinda Row 1: Gerald Anderson, Cecelia Belman, Allen, Barbara Anderson, Zella Bettis, Judith Adams, Katherine Bar- boutis. Row 2: Perry Aukee, James Anderson, Jan Baltzell, Dick Akers, Bill Baker, Dale Armstrong, Larry Batten. Row 3: Gary Bell, Dennis Anderson, Donald Davis, Pete Andon, Roger Belowski, Harry Arvanis, Mark Bare, Kent Ader. WW Row 1: Dorothy Cattoir, C 5 Connie Clark, Azalee Dag- gett, Colleen Covert, Bon- nie Crouch, Florence Coleman, Judy Caulkins, Sherry Craig. Row 2: Bob Casillas, Barbara Culley, Sue Collier, Judy Cutler, Ilene Cassidy, Stella Claver, Dean Clark. Row 3: Dan Cook, Warren Copeland, Neal Damm, Royal Cotton, Ray Clausen, Roger Clarke, Jerry Cunningham, Jerry Chapman. ff W Row 1: Dennis Buchen, Marilyn Brown, Barbara Cabor, Donna Britton, Donald Cabor. Row 2: Lonnie Brewer, Rosemary Borrell, Joyce Blackwell, Ellen Brereton, Carol Blackman, Dick Brewer. Row 3: Ron Burney, Mike Claus, Tom Campbell, John Carpenter, George Blackhouse, John Blair, John Caldwell. fi i' f' 7' ,f an .V an 5 v ' , 5 '66 gg, 'J ' 55 Row 1: Sue Davis, Janice Donder, Martha Dawchin- ski, Karen Duff, Diane Dinneweth. Row 2: Rich- ard Dearborn, Alvin Davis, Joyce DeGrande, Janne DeBoo, Jeff DeMarlie. Row 3: Larry Dobereiner, Rene DeRammelaire, Dean DeGreve, Richard DeMeyer, Eric DeMuynik. Juniors :ay Juniors, remember the pink md yellow egg? Row 1: Irene Garcia, Elaine Ely, Cheryl Foutch, Karen Francis, Judy Erickson, Gail Girt. Row 2: Neil Entrikin, Jim Fairman, Ron Fuller, Spencer Fields, Terry Fel- ter, Jerry Frenell, Dale Frels. Row 3: Dan Duke, Albert Engholm, Arthur F,anter, Bob Fluegel, Clif- ford Finley, Larry Frees. N ,, .g,,N,,, ,V J"'ik ' 1 mag? "HH tri. - i""'Y' c k o ' ffl, ll' 'Z H, H " "H" -. ' f?f'l5x:?'z f- f- I , -f--f H . H335-2 -iilibliiff ififfu. L F ga Row 1: Connie Hart, Mar- ilyn Hipkins, Nancy Hart, Joyce Hayes, Diana Holmes, Sandra Hanson, Sharon Howell. Row 2: Jim Hill, Judie Homan, Juanita Higgerson, Bonita Higgerson, Anita Higger- son, Kenneth Harlan. Row 3: Bob Hamrick, Eugene Held, Dave Herstedt, Jim Hollowell, William Halse, John Holmgren, Pete Hantz. Row I: Rick Freymann, Sandra Griffith, George Gavin, Norma Grosz, Michael Fritz. Row 2: Ar- nold Guerrero, David Griflith, Judy Fisher, Ernie Gerlack, John Gor- don. Row 3: John Gnatovich, John Graham, Jim Gerhardt, Mike Grif- fen, Gary Fulscher. Row 1: Linda Hull, Cathy Hull, Beverly Jefferson, Margie Johnson, Janet Kipp, Rosemary Hyde. Row 2: Jim Janowski, Fred Lueders, Dorothy Flowers, Patty Hurd, Todd Hunter, J. P. Hull. Row 3: Fred Ishmael, Jerrold Isom, Ron- nie Immesoete, Leroy Jones, Ray- mond Immesoete, Earl Johnson. Juniors Row 1: Some lucky upperclassmen. Karen Francis and Judy Summers, seem to have plenty of time to spare. at :TTS f Q Row I: Judith Malmstrom, Joanne Malmstrom. Nigel McCord, Mary Martin, Betty Martin, Nancy Martens, Linda Lundeen, Ella Massa. Row 2: Joe Lucero, Nor- ine Mackey, Sharon Lydom, Carol Littlewood, Jean Lundahl, Sandi Norris, John Lohse. Row 3: Ray McDonald, Steve Martin, Claudia Mayfield, Larry Longnecker, Linda Mayhew, Robert Martel, John Mc- Church. I Row I: Donna Knight, Paula Koehler, Carolyn Lamb, Linda Lange, Lu- cille Lesthaeghe, Dianna Lewis, Ruth Ann Lauritz- son. Row 2: Robert Lar- son, Lavina Leehy, Nancy Lauritzson, Sharon Lau- nius, Carolyn Lancaster, Laura Knox, Richard Leader. Row 3: Frank Komater, Richard Leeper, Raymond Kopatich, Dave Long, Dick Leibovitz, Ron Lampe, Bob Laird. Row 1: Wanda Myers, Kathleen Moody, Terry Mercy, Marilyn Miller, Eugene Mohr, Barb Mur- phy, Patricia Moore. Row 2: Torn Munos, Ronald Murphy, Sharon Murphy, Gene Miller, Georganna Meyers, Bob Milburn, Ron Nolevanko. Row 3: Val Nache, Cecil Murdock, Torn Mosher, Bill Moun- tain, Dwayne Neaveill, Gary Mitton, Denny Meyer. Row 1: Carol Reveal, Sandi Radfore, Karen Ragan, Nancy Ramsey. Mary Rogers, Marilyn Root, Vivian Sanders. Row 2: Sandra Rule, Carolyn Reid, Roselie Rigsby, Carol Robyt, Sandra Ro- bertson, Rosemary Sainer, Virginia Rasso, Carolyn Robinson. Row 3: Ken- neth Rexroth, Earl Rusk. Jerry Rickey, Dalton R0- bertson, Larry Robinson, Donald Sanders, Fred Saucedo, Ernie Rangel, Donald Rylander. Row 1: Mary Jo Picon, Sandi Pul- ver, Judy Perkins, Sheryhl Over- mire, Nola Pardee, Donna Phillips, Karen Norgren, Carol Overby. Row 2: Sherry Noftsker, Sharon Nelson, Pam Nelson, Donna Radokovich, Eva Norin, Paula Powell, Patti Oneth. Alice Potter. Row 3: Jerry O'Bleness, Fred Norton, Steve Pay- tash, Don Nelsen, Don Priebe, Tony Prieto, Wayne Osborne, Jerry Stafford. Row I.' Eleanor Smith. Ann Steele Barb Swails, Cathie Stensvaag Kathy Stoneburner. Judy Summers Anda Stewart. Row 2: James Sum mers, Greta Sutton. Marla Stewart Richard Smith. Carletta Sunken Dan Sprague. Row 3: Wayne Stan: lake, Dale Snapp, Ken Sparrow! grove, Randall Stout, Earl Schwen- neker, John Stevenson. John Stahl mi , .4 ' i-J' ax JL Row I: Barbara Schultz, Linda Skinner, Nancy Scott, Connie Severns, Janet See, Sandy Shipma, Linda Schmooke. Row 2: Ann Schmidtlein, Sandra McMullen, Gary Stone- king, Bill Seidlitz, Orrin Schatteman. Esperanza Sierra, Carol Scott. Row 3: Melvin Shivers, Archie Siirila, Bob Seabloom, Bernard Siirila. Stan Schroder, Joe Smet, Bob Sauser, Martin Schoeller- man. , 15,515 sf. Juniors Kathy Stoneburner provided interesting entertainment on the Homecoming as- sembly. Row 1: Charlene Vaccaro, Vicki Taylor, Karen Thiem, Priscilla Vershaw, Sandra Tweddell, Pat Townsend. Row 2: Dick Van Bell, Larry True, Donna Tipton, Eileen Thomas, Jeanne Verleye, Marsha Swanson, Eugene Wadsager. Row 3: Walter Trice, Denny VanTieg- hem, Larry Tate, Herbert Sweat, Robert Thomas, Gary Swift, Rus- sell Upton, Howard Thompson. KTM? Row 1: Mary Lou Wells, Nancy Wilson, Carol Whipple, Nannette Walton, Janet Walker. Row 2: Carole Wallace, Michele Weekley, Lynn Williams, Linda Williams, Louise Withrow. Row 3: Dean Warren. Keith Ward, Byran Warren, Craig Weisbrook, Bennie White. Row 1: Karen Anders, Jossi Ash, Norma Redman, Nancy Parker, Sandy Griet, Kay Laurityson, Carol Jean Windland. Row 2: Jack Young, Ron Cowser, Nadine Wo- mack, Marjorie Baker, Don Mad- son, Janice Witherspoon, Fred Lemkau, Paul DeGraeve. Row 3: Wayne Yates, John Zukas, Don Brett, John Draper, Travis Wood, Charles Kriegermire, Francis Wood. 5 , Who .S Who Recogmze George Gavin? Hes the little one. Illl bet Barbara Cabor and Me- linda Allen don't remember this one. f ?vv----- ,.,,.W nw ' ' zf Doesn't bear much resem- blanee to the Karen Francls we know, does rt? This basketball team hasn't changed much has it? Sophomore Editor KAREN FRANCIS Keeping the Sophomores organized are their officers and advisors. They are from left to right: Barbara Fender, Secretaryg Mrs. Pierce, Class Advisorg Edwardo Valdes, Presidentg Mr. McCoy, Class Advisory Sally Goodwin, Vice President: and Elaine Valentine, Treasurer. ,,,.f-""' Ar :- ,. MWIE. wavy! , ,'.,. 'W' 'ID A ' if 1. , mif:,,g, - if Y . . sfxwg ka: .. if i . ff 1:, . S .3 ' , till 4: ti Row I: Rose Belman, Sally Beard, Janet Anderson, Judy Bazar, Kaye Bebout, Linda Barton, Judy Alli- son. Row 2: Lee Beasley, Richard Bealer, Marcella Allbritton, Kathy Ballard, Susie Achilles, James Bowers. Row 3: Richard Ander- son, Don Berthoud, Frank Ammer- man, James Bergstrand, Frank Benedict, Terry Anderson, Craig Athorp. Row 1: Ellen Crawford, Rhodella Coleman, Dixie Cook, Marilyn Cook, Linda Craig, Norma Daehler. Row 2: Karen Cant, Sharon Cox, John Cervantes, Dewayne Cre- meens, Virginia Cunning- ham, Charlene Colvin, Jessee Crouch. Row 3: Gary Damm, Bill Coward, John Cropp, Gary Carter, Ralph Clark, Herbert Clark. 'QV Row I: Marilyn Beaudry, Marilyn Breeden, Charlyn Buss, Janet Bell, Gary Britton. Row 2: Kent Brooke, Barbara Sue Bulen, Joylin Bloomberg, Sharon Brown, Geraldine Boblu. Row 3: Mansel Burrell, Russ Caldwell, Kenney Burns, Denls Boling, Ken Bowman. Row 1: Richard Francis, Shirley Fish, Mary Evans, Sandra Frame, Barbara Fender, Milton Elias. Row 2: Sandra Fuller, Janet Evans, Shirley Engelkens, Joan Evans, Sandra Gauker, Bill Fairman. Row 3: Joe Garcia, Larry Finley, Col- leen Flowers, Gary Emmett, Betty Gager, Alice Flowers. Sophomores Row 1: Sharon Daniels, Alice Davis, Pat DeJae- gher, Jean DeRocker, Bev- erly Dzekunskas. Row 2: Pat Eaton, Mary Kay De- Capp, Julie Duff, Cynthia Dillon. Row 3: Frank Dena, Gary Fillmer, Mary Dubuisson, Brad Dunham, Greg DePorter. E3 O 9 a ? ,., s S T A N :mn M , W, Mil h I . ,A H. 1 B ,.,Jf.,s- TH, , , F - 5 - A J 155' 4 - "f Q, ,A in QW-in :T ' -Q, M V , c at , W .4 . J J lg. ,J J au, I J - Q - A Q ss K 5. 1L.s'b1fHT5-'ilfieysaf-few, .aM,+,.,,,.l,n,,. egwwf., I It didn't win any prizes, but the Sopho- more float was orig- inal. Lix W Row 1: Ann Gause, Kathy Goeth- als, Donna Green, Sherian Ham- rick, Gayle Hamerlinck, Steven Garrett. Row 2: William Graver, Mary Goldsberry, Sally Goodwin, Sadie Glenn, Karen Graham, James Franks. Row 3: Kenny Hall, Larry Getty, George Gainn, Lee Gulden- phennig, Eddie Granell, Phil Gra- ham, Robert Haigh. Row 1: Anna Herrera, Juanita Heimburger, Nancy Homon, Donna Hoephner, Janet Harrison, Paula Huggins. Row 2: Ronald Harris, Sheryl Hook, Vicki Hignight, Nancy Hill, Patricia Hill, Lynne Hostens, Ottis Howell. Row 3: Jimmy Hantz, Dixie Henrichs, George Kenny, Virginia Hudak, Sharon Heald, Bill Hawattfe. Everyone enters into cheering with "enthusiasm'?" Sophomores F J 'ff' as V , . i ,, pirgaaz l fi " :'1, I Sally Goodwin added a note of culture to many of our assemblies. Row 1: Dale Johnson, Barbara Johnson, Wanda Jones, Barbara Kilts, Karen Kaskadden, Diane Ishmael, Jack Johnson. Row 2: John Johnson, Steve Kerschieter, Robert Kilts, Carol Kelley, Coral Kelly, Deloris Johnson, Phil Kast- ner, Vemon Johnson. Row 3: Max Hayes, Jim Johnson, John Hurd, Gary Jones, Donald Hunt, Marvin Irwin, Benny Johnson. IT' Row 1: Mary Jo Larvenz, Ruth Kincaid, Dixie Kor- thals, Rayma Lassiter, Sharon Kunkle, Linda Leight. Row 2: Lois Law- rence, Sheila Leahy, Jo- anne Larrison, Karen Lewis, Alice Kraklow, Sandra Lee, Donald Lee. Row 3: George Kundert, Howard Lange,Larry Lee- dom, Arthur Kirklin, Den- nis Lemkau, David Lange, Jim Lavine, Gerald Kipp. Row I: Carol Johnson, Betty McLaughlin, Ber- nice Munos, Janet McCoy. Marjorie Miller, Mary Miller, Melvin Miller. Row 2: George McNeal, Margene Millen, Connie Laud, Marilyn McCorkle, Andrea Lundeen, Donna Maxwell, Sue McLane, Steve Miller. Row 3: Don- ald Miller, Louis Ligeno, Roger Miller, Janet Lind- ley, Jean Mitcham, Den- nis Lingafelter, Danny McMil1en, Elvin Miller. ff Row 1: Mary Ponciano, Joann Paytash, Priscilla Olsen, Rosemary Prieto, Josette Pollentier, Ruth Porter. Row 2: Linda Pet- erson, Dwayne Plumb, Carole Polich, Suzanne Pippert, Carol Phelps. Row 3: Mike Philhower. Billy Pugh, Garold Peve, Earl Paasch, David Pow- ell, Willard Peterson. Row I: John Mohr, Sandra Neff, Vala Nordholm, Gary Carlson, Mary Munger, Nancy Neif, John Neels. Row 2: Linda Neyt, Sandy Nearl, Rita Nixon, Alice Nelson. Linda Nyberg. Linda Newingham. Row 3: Tom McClean. Ronald Mit- tleberger, Steve Myers, Brian Mumma, Larry Nelson, John Moeller, Thomas Mohr. S Dixie Cook seems to be a very brave girl. I wonder how she really feels about her little pet. Sophomores Q, ,s- low I.' Catherine Simp- Jn, Diane Seibert, Polly eys, Sandra Schmooke, 'at Rice, Rita Schatte- ian. Row 2: Robert Sapp, rances Rittel, Gail Sal- lonson, Judy Shipma, idy Sigler. Row 3: Rich- 'd Schmoll, Gary Shed- ihelm, Carl Saunders, like Ruark, Gary Sager. onnie Sanders. Row I: Pat Rasso, Gloria Ray, Judy Ralston, Cheryl Robinson, Betty Reyna, Diane Robbins, Teresa Rangel, Geraldine Rock- well. Row 2: Don Rossi, Rita Rasso, Judy Richard, Sharon Raske, Virginia Payne, Joan Robinson, Carmen Ramirez, Kather- ine Roselle, Sharon Rotz. Row 3: J. D. Ross, Dave Rotz. Richard Pulver, John Robinson. Julius Poppe, Alfonso Ramirez, Jerry Reeser, Ron Rossi. 621: fl Hou' I: Judy Smith. Ella Spurr, Diane Snapp, Phyl- lis Stone, Mary Stahl Roberta Smith, Robert Smith. Row 2: Gerald Snyder, Ruth Ann Smith. Marlene Stirk. Barbara Sloane, Carmelle Snyder, Mary Stogdell. Row 3: Jimmy Stafford, Marshall Spencer, Jim Stickler, Jack Steele, Joe Skowron- ski, Jack Slover, Gary Stoedter. L Sf- Sophomores get caught between assemblies. 8. -'eil' .l H -f4Y"' 5t,fi4f7 mg...-A Lhfhuagig Sophomores P' ."R 15, N if '5"x Yrs, Row I: Steven Tschopp, Edna Turner, Carolyn Stotmeister, Mar- sha Stoneking, Jana Trunnell, Jan- ice Thompson, Mary Thomas, James Teague. Row 2: Ronald Trickett, Gloria Tompkins, John Truitt, Evelyn Strickland, Evelyn Sullivan, Bobbi Sutton, Dean Tal- bot. Row 3: Glenn Sutton, Jim Stopoulos, John Taylor, Troy Clark, Thomas Taulber, Steven Sulzer, John Sullivan. Row 1: Gaylord Vogler, Judie Van- Klaveren, Elayne Valentine, Glenna Turner, Theresa Vallejo. Sharon Tuttle. Row 2: Dennis West, Ed- uardo Valdes, Allan VerBeke, John Wheeler, Terry VanKlavern, Tom VanDeventer, Gary Welch. Row 3: Harry Turrell, Gerald Vogel, Max Weekly, Luther Ward, John Wat- son, George Wainman, Gene Weimer, Paul White. 5 h nI"""'-van,,, ' 5 , L' The Sophomores seemed to make the most of the library this year, Row 1: Debbie York, Larry Williams, Marilyn Wright, Lloyd Duncan, Frances Woods. Row 2: David Ferguson. James Williams, George Fulscher, Rodney Pate, Gerald Winkelbauer, Gary Rum- ler. Row 3: Jeff Williams, Danny Bazor, Gene Wil- dermuth, Bob Burrell, Woody Wilkinson. Row 1: Diane Henyan, Gloria Harker, Shirley Johnson, Marjorie Kelley, Debbie Dergo, Janet Bell. Row 2: Shirley Robinson, Karen Granet, Barbara Hayle, Judy Ward, Jane DeBare, Therese Lopez. Row 1: Roger Fuller, Glenn Schmidt, Joe Womack, Jack Amos, David Lasory. Row 2: Robert Em- mert, Robert Keim, Jesse Wilson, Kenny Weber, Richard Wingert. Row 3: Martin Winthurst, Cliff Woods. Dean James, Alan Gooding. 7 Qi wr. Row 1: Jerry Brewer, Bill Fox, Robert Montieth, Russell Williams, Gary Anderson, Ervan Dolan. Row 2: John Hemphill, Dean Canatsey, Milford Phelps, John Betcher, John Blanchard, Norman Bradley. Who 's Who. , 'ik 'i 1 f .f 2 I fu: ,n Y Recognize the Kelly twins? A 2 'S - J - ,5 - L. .1 i , . 5: -. A-A . " fkffxx I w ' ,- ,, f, uk-, .-- ,A 1 . The Sophomores have another set of twins, Joan and John Robinson. 0 it ixhq-, 40 mg 5 ...M N ,W I, pe, f , M , , 9' - - Ll - . 1 ., . I my .U -. ii '-L' 1, ' ' , ll gg xxx How many of you knew "Poochie" at age Four? fa-va- M 3511 'W' Oh, what a beautiful baby! It s Mary Kaye DeCapp Eddie Valdez, of C0urSe. grade school beauty 4 Freshmen Editor JUDY Sumnms Looking at the new Freshmen President are from left to ri ht Bob M C ' g : c reight, Vice Presidentg Janice Graham, Secretary: Mr. Nelson, Class Advisorg Virginia Vallejo, Treasurer: Mr. Collins, Class Advisory and Bob Bousselot, President. Row 1: Jan Berghult, Karen Cisher, Varla Ber- hult, Donald Benson, Opal Ashcraft, Phebe Anderson, Danny Anderson. Row 2: Janice Ashford, Roberta Baber, Pat Amos, Sandra Arvanis, Deanna Benson, Linda Akers. Row 3: Wayne Allen, Jerry Arm- strong, Bunnie Barnhart, Lynne Beldin, Lois Beeks, Norman Antolik, Bob Ag- new. M... ,. lk! l Row 1: Gerald Buyck derson, Orene Boxrnann Doris Bone, Keith Boles Steven Bostwick. Row 2 Marcia Brown, Sharor Blashack, Jacqueline Boyd, Marlene Bureski Geraldine Bickford, Pa tricia Boss. Row 3: Danie Blashack. John Blunke Donna Blair, Susan Bobl: Alice Brereton, Bob Bous selot, Billy Bessee, Row 1: Mary Cervantes, Shirley Call, Barbara Carlton, Reita Brizendine, Dennis Cabor. Row 2: Eddie Clark, Sandi Calvert, Sharon Campbell, Cathy Chuich. Row 3: Don Buser, Wayne Carter, Gary Chapman, Dave Cass, Danny Carruthers. Harry Bottorff, Linda Ani Freshmen can be proud of their Homecoming fioat which won first prize in the humor division. Row 1: Micheal Daily, Danny Badgley, Barbara Denye, Keith Curry, Jerry Cork, Yvonne Cuoco, Brenda Dagget, Rene Din- neweth. Row 2: Cheri Darling, Francine Covert, Donna DeJaeger, Vicki Crusen, Diana Dergo, Charlotte Dixon, Diane DeJaiger, Ron Denning. Row 3: Catherine Dier- icks, Gary Chuich, Sandy DeFrieze, Janice De- Grande, Sandra De- Grande, James Detherage, Dwight DeMont. Row 4: Dave Diederich, George Christensen, John Coe, James Bettis, Gary David- son, Shelby Collins. Freshmen Row 1: Carlo Ferreri, Mary Edwards, Josephine Garcia, Marcia Gaven, Brenda Farro, Florence Dopher, Carol Eggleston, Victor Dzekunskas. Row 2: Dennis Garner, Leslie Fulscher, Judy Evans, Kenneth Frary, Shirley Down- ing, Virgil Dueyson, Charles Gelande. Row 3: David Finch, George Gillis, Ronnie Frenell, David Fender, Charles England, Richard Gargano, Tim Foutch, Jim Fuller. S Ron' 1: Gloria Gomez, Delores Guerrero, Janice Graham, Bonnie Glenn, Cherlynn Glynn, Linda Guthrie, Pat Guthrie, Nancy Grif- fith. Row 2: Lexy Gober. Lillian Gomez. Diana Griffith, Judy Goer- ing, Martha Gosa. Karen Gremon- priz, Ruth Grant, Tom Gust. Roux 3: Bob Graham. Jerry Graham. Ruben Guerrero, Dennis Griffin. Jeff Green. Ed Guinn, Wayne Gromm. Row 1: Mike Hanson, Shirley Gross, Della Harmon, Phyllis Hailey, Elaine Halferty, John Hawkes. Row 2: Patricia Hibernik, Marilyn Hennel, Joanne Guild. Linda Harris, Nancy Harris. Bidlie Hamrick, Vicki Harlow, Row 3: Jim Hawthorne, Dennis Hanneman. David Hagelin. Bill Hahn, Brad Hanson. Alex Harrison. Row 1: Bruce Hokinson. Edna Jones, Judy Hill, Karen Hoke, Sandra Horn, Shirley Howell, Marty Hope, Rosie Hirst. Peter Hull. Row 2: Joe Lee Jones, Virginia Lang, Nancy Hunk, Carrie Kappas, Linda Huff, Karen Jahn, Eleanor Jones, Russell Hopkins. Row 3: Jim Kaple, Gary Hufford. Ralph Hood, Dennis Ingersoll, Bob Hauman, Craig Hoefliin. Jack Hungate, Gary Johnson. Kenneth Johnson. i Freshmen Gigi seems pleased with her new sur- roundings. Row 1: Larry McCaw, Pon- posa Lopez, Suzanne Leppie, Patricia Lindstrom, Bonnie Licko, Cathy Mahan, Benny Maring. Row 2.' Tom Mix, Colleen Martin, Darrell Matt- son, Sharon Maas, Martha Martin, Don Lewis, Mary Ma- laney, Allen Lohse. Row 3: Andy Martel, Bob McCreight. Scott Lyons, Jim McKee, Michael Ligino, George Lun- dahl, Gene Lora. Row I: Robert Kern, Larry Killian, Kathy Lakner, Glory King. Scott Ketter- ing. Alvin Leone. Roll' 2: -lo Koester, Steve Lee. Bernice Lawrence. Mary -Io Lancaster. Dottie Kight, Connie Knigh, Ar- nold Kershaw. Row Bobbie Kittrell, Jim King, William Keehn, Lee Gra- ham, Ray Krack, Thomas Krantz. Jim Lemaster. Row I: Rita Ortiz. Ann Owens, Bernadine New- berg, Janet Pastwiczak, Elizabeth Norten, Kathy Nickerson. Row 2: Terry Olvera. George Parr, Carol Passno, Carla Norris, Cheryl Newberg, Dick Ovens. Row 3: Jerry Ly- don, Gary Paxton, Richard Paasch, Ronald Owens, Stanley Nelson, Donald Pankey. Row 1: Gary Mohr, Keith McChurch, Judy Murphy. Wendy Nickell, Shirley Murphy, Richard Murphy, Gene Miller. Row 2: Danny Nelson, Dennis Mitchell, Sue McKay. Ruth Murphy, Patricia Mitton, Janice Mink, Sandra Morris, Darrell McLean. Row 3: Larry Natwich, James Moore, James McKeaige, John Myers, Don Mital, Mark Mitchell, Donald Murray. Row 1: Rita Rangel, Mar- guerita Ramirez, Sharon Ragsdale, Angie Prieto, Donna Pendleton, Kay Price, Gordana Radoy- chich, Bernard Rangel. Row 2: Sharon Rohn, Shirley Peterson, Mari- louise Phelps, Margo Ohlsen, Sharon Polich, Lynn Neumann, Cheryl Raymie, Martina Ranurez. Row 3: Gary Larson, Leon Plumb, Larry Powell. Robert Peterson, John Pippert, Jack Penca, Neil Ranger. 4- .rw uf -' ZF' R 'E 'Q Row I: Virginia Reveal, Marilyn Robertson, Sandy Roman, Mary Sauser, Carolyn Rohren, Nancy Schafer, Rita Russell. Row 2: Gary Robertson, Bill Randolph, Claris Schatte- man, Carol Schatteman, Dorothy Sainer, George , ,. Saravia, Dick Redman. - Row 3: David Rinden, Jack Hemm, Ivan Rice, A Mark Plott, Cedric Salis- f bury, Mike Polich, Ran- dell Pusch. , .vi fy i his W M, W ,L ' I I Row I: Mary Schoonover, Larry Soucinek. Mary Skelton, Jack Sin- clair. Bette Sides, Benny Smith, Dianne Smith. R011 2: Donna Standefer. Carolyn Stahl. Geral- dine Smith, Charles Shott, Tamaro Slaith. Sandy Seidlitz. Dick Skillet. Row 3: Jerry Sheenan, Frank Ska- fidas, Douglas Sodeman. Ronald Schmieder, VVillforrl Schmidt. David Springer. Pete Shelton. A ,,, 5,522 V 5- f Clif' HN? A 515 Freshmen The Distributive Education window is entirely new to Me- lanie Wood and Bob Mc- Cvreight. Row 1: Isabelle Tapia, Anna Thompson, Judy Stanton, Linda Tinker, Connie Thompson, Judy Wyman. Row 2: Gary Sutton, Lewis Sutliff, Rosemary Stockton, Linda Stipp, Ruth Stepp, Gary Sherer, Doyle Stewart. Row 3: Larry Sweet, Den- nis Stulir, Aten Thomp- son, Mike Trout, Robert Taylor, John Stotts, Larry Tillberg, Bill Stewart. i , kv a 4 . 'a 5,12 fzeakmea Row 1: Ernest Whitting- ton, Pauline Bowling, Don- ald Winkelbauer, Dorothia White, Mike Zippay. Row 2: George Murphy, Mela- nie Wood, Richey Wrenn, Frances Wissbaum, Keith Zalewski. Row 3: Joe Ybarra, Delbert Wilson, Danny Cook, Warren Mot- zer, Robert Yoel, John Yuskis, Robert Yodis. iiifffi Row I: Ardis Turner, Sandra Wen- dell, Pat Wadsager, Sandra Ware, Virginia Vallejo, Eileen Ward, Sandy Withrow. Row 2: Paul Swift, Carol Wells, Roseanne Tsakanikas, Diane Wells, Judy Wallace, Gene Ward. Row 3: Ron Whipple, Cathy VanHecke, Sharon Vickers, Jere Lynn Whipple, Barbara Stoneking, Kay Welch, Herbie Webster. Row 4: Ray Verrneolen, John Versypt, Tom Vershaw, Don Weideman, Robert Kirby, Jerry Weaver, Bob VanQuathem, David Wise. L , g '22 Who 'S Who? Ruth Murphy looks too timid here to ever become a Freshman cheerleader. Wasn't Tom Mix a little darling? . .,,-if I Bob looks as happy as if he'd already won the elec- tion for Freshman class president. Who'd ever recognize Bill ,. Stewart at age 3 months? 'rr fx. Sports Editor JUDY SUMMIRS va? S-.1 Q-7 C7 The outstanding sports stars at U.T.H.S. this year were: Nola Anderson, girls' tennisg Angie Vallejo, footballg Dave Ray, boys, tennis: Jim Soucinek, golfg Gene Wildermuth, cross countryg Nat Lawrence, wrestlingg Orbie Giles, trackg Jim Wakefield, baseball: and Jerry Hopkins, basketball. Manager Sam Schold. Jim Wakefield, Orbie Giles, Steve Hofstetter. Terry Mahan, Jim Soucinek, Steve Pyevich, Angie Vallejo, John Cruz, manager Micky Williams. Row 2: Coach Jocko Wrenn, Jim Janowski, Jim Gillespie, Bob Holden, Gene Ditch, Harry Arvanis, Gary Carlson, Dick Theuninck, Paul Miller, Paul Cacari, Jim Braet, Coach Al Zimmerman. Row 3: Rlchard Swanson, Neal Damm. Tom Nielson, Phil Bond, Rick Leeper, Dave Herstedt, Earl Johnson, Don Ferrell, John Steele. Coach Lou Matykie- wicz. Row 4: Al Martinez, Steve Paytash, Andy Johnson, Mike Carpentier, Dean Warren. Joe DeJaeger, Ed Valdez, Kent Ader. John Lohse, Rick Freyman. Football With a record of six wins and two losses, this football team made one of the best records in hilltop football history. Losing only to Davenport and Iowa City, they finished third in the Mississippi Valley Conference. Panther Gridders received many honors with four men named to the first and second Valley All-Star teams and four receiving honorable mention. East Moline also had the privilege of placing two men, Angie Vallejo and Orberie Giles, on the Chicago Daily News All-State team. Four other East Mo- liners were granted honorable mention on this team. Awards went to Vallejo as most valuable player, Giles as best blocker, Steve Pyevich as best tackler and Steve Hofstetter as most im- proved player. This Panther team will long be remembered for the extremely fine season they had this year. W T Clinton . . . . . . 21 12 Iowa City . . . . . . 12 18 Alleman... ...14 0 Davenport . . . . . 19 20 Dubuque . . . . . 19 13 c lVlOliIl8 ...... . . . 18 13 Coach Wrenn has every reason to Washingffm - - -- - 27 6 32219 if Ee'liiiXZli21poi?+Z'ifv'Slill'Q Rock Island . . , . . 27 14 Jrberie Giles left end Starting Steve Hofstetter left tackle Angie Vallejo quarterback Steve Pyevich right tackle James Wakefield right end 1 Rod Cook John Cm L ll center fullback ' A1 Matinez Daye Herstedt left guard rlght guard Terry Mahan left halfback Lmeup Jim Braet right halfback B nl as Leading the attack in one of the best seasons of East Moline's football history were these three outstand- ing players, Orberie Giles, Angie Vallejo, and Jim Wakefield. These three were also named on vari- ous All-State teams. Jai Football Highlights WF All smiles, Coach Wrenn wel- comes back Jim Soucinek. Orbie Giles, Bob Holden, and John Cruz. 1959 Panthers in Action VVakefivld doesnt sz-vm to need Gilvsfs assistance in stop- ping his man. Angie- Vallejo holds off. a tacklvr in ons- ol' his many exciting runs. Orbie f50j dives to join Vallejo 1403, Braet 1305 and the rest of the team on the pileup. Giles 1505 - and the rest of the team - bow to Dav- enport in one of the seasons most hard fought games. Hoffstetter 1707 to tho rescue as Mahan 1435 struggles to get away. An extremely muddy field help Wakefield slip away from his tackler on a long pass play. Row I: Garold Peve, Clark Tracy, Earl Paasch, Willard Peterson, Russ Caldwell, John Cropp, Gerald Kipp. Row 2: Max O'Klock, Jim Stopolus, Ron Sanders, Don Leonard, Steve Hernandez, Duane Ash, Dick Bealer. Row 3: Coach Joe Dhondt, John Watson, Kenny Weber, Terry Anderson, Bob Taylor, Louis Ligino, Paul White, John Robinson, Terry Van Klavern, Coach Jay Mercer. Row 4: Harry Turrell, Gary Darnm, Daye Lange, Kenny Hall, Greg DePorter, John Johnson, Gaylord Vogler, Richard Francis. Underclass Football The three underclass football teams did a fine job of representing our high school on the grid- iron this fall. The Skyline sincerely regrets that it was unable to obtain pictures of the Freshmen teams. Members of the Black team are as fol- lows: John Blunke, Don Buser, Dan Carruthers, Gary Chapman, Phillip Chapman, Bill Cord, Jack Hungate, Jeff Green, Arnold Kershaw, Gary Larson, Allen Lohse, Gerome Lydon, Scott Lyons, Andrew Martel, Ralph Hood, Tom Mix, Richard Paasch, Kenny Pankey, Robert Peter- son, Bill Randolph, Carl Rusk, Frank Skaiidas, Bill Stewart, Gary Sutton, John Yuskis, Radell Rusch, Bill Schmidt, Robert Taylor, and Ken Frary. The Orange consisted of Jerry Armstrong, Danny Bagley, Gary Chuich, Rene Dineweth, Ron Frenell, Bob Graham, Wayne Gromm, Bill Hahn, Brad Hanson, Bob Hauman, Alex Har- rison, Bobbie Kittrell, Mike Ligino, Darrell Matt- son, Warren Motzer, Ronnie Owens, Cederick Salisbury, Peter Shelton, Ron Schneider, Doug Sodeman, Larry Soucinek, Bob VanQuathem, Ray Vermeulen, James Detherage. ORANGE BLACK SOPHOMORES Coolidge John Deere Clinton Washington Central Geneseo John Deere Coolidge Alleman Black Orange Davenport Franklin Edison Dubuque Edison Franklin Moline Central Washington Assumption Rock Island Varsity Basketball Row 1: Manager Fred Saucedo, Warren Copeland. Frank Karben. Jerry Hopkins, Angie Vallejo, Jim Wakefield, Jan Baltzell, Larry Dobereiner. Mark Bare. Row 2: Manager Mike Hughes, Orberie Giles, Everett Van Valkenberg, Frank Loll, Jim Gerhardt, Ron Hoff, Bob Taylor, Dick Liebovitz, Coach Ernie Kivisto. 1959-1960 marked another successful season of basketball on the Hilltop. Fine offense was the key to this success. The Panthers finished sec- ond in the Mississippi Valley Conference with a 12 and 4 record and led the Valley in scoring with a 66.8 average. We finished second in the Rock Island Regional Tournament and set a new scoring record for Rocky's gym with our 106 to 46 win over Orion in the first round of play. The Panther's sharp-shooting forward, SCORES W T Aledo ..... . . . 62 57 Dubuque ,.,, , , , Iowa City ...... 54 42 Rock Island ,,,, 55 '72 Frank Loll, led both the Quad City and Mis- sissippi Valley Conferences in individual scor- ing. Frank was the only unanimous choice for the All-Conference Team and also for the All- Quint City Team. Jerry Hopkins made the All-Conference Second Team and Angie Val- lejo was given honorable mention. Jerry also made the Quint-Cities second team and Angie was named to the third team. Alleman . . . Davenport . Washington .... 72 Kewanee ....... 79 Clinton Moline .....,.. . 57 Rock Island Jefferson ....... 82 Assumption Alleman ........ 58 Jefferson . . Washington .... 62 Moline .... Galesburg ...... 42 Assmnption REGIONALS Iowa City . Orion .......... 106 Davenport . Moline . . . . . . . 46 Clinton... Erie... ....62 54 68 53 46 51 46 42 , From the looks of things, the Panthers, le 77 by Coach Kivisto, struck again. WU li Wg." Looks as if Jim were getting ready to punt. The object is to catch it, not hit it, Orbiv. The horrible expression on Ron HolT's face Surrounded by Blue Devils, Wakefield seeks a way out doesn't seem to bother Hoppy a bit as ho stands calmly by. -- kr i This is basketball, not ballet. Angie. No fair kicking, Frank. Panthers Strike The Commando Cats take over against Davenport. 'l . W. For Heavens sake, somebody grab the ball! From the expression on Everett's face, the Pan thers are going to be real sneaky. Orbie Giles demonstrates the ability which earned him the reputation of this year's best rehounder. All Orbie needs is a hurdle. That's the way to fight for it, Mark, Vallejo goes for another layup. something he was very successful at this season. 1h1 102 Manager Milt Elias, Dennis Griffin, Frank Benedict, Brian Murnma, John Hurd, Gene Weimer, Bob VanQuathern, Jerry Chapman, Jerry Vogel. Coach Keith Bare. Row 2: Manager Micky Williams, Brad Dunham, Duane Ash, John Truitt, Terry Anderson, Roger Miller, Gerold Peve, Louis Ligino. Although the Sophomore team didn't have a tremendous season, they did have an exciting one with six of their games being decided by three point margins or less. We all remember the game against Washington which Tito Owens won for us by a free throw in the last second of the third overtime. After getting off to a slow start, the Little Panthers gained momentum and ended the sea- son on a fine note with two big victories over Washington and Galesburg. Since three of the starting lineup were Freshmen, Coach Bare should have some good material for next year's Sophomore squad. SCORES Aledo ..... Davenport . Iowa City . Clinton . . . Alleman . . . Dubuque . . Davenport . Rock Island Clinton . . . Washington Rock Island Kewanee . . Assumption Moline . . . Jefferson .. Jefferson .. Moline .... Alleman . . . Assumption Washington Iowa City . Galesburg . Come, come, fellows, the ball's behind Ligino's back. The Freshman Black team consists of Row 1: manager Jan Berghult, Larry Powell Craig Hoef'H1n Mike Ligino, Jim Moore. Joe Yharra, Coach Joe Dhont. Row 2: Dennis Hanneman, Dave Rlndon Gary John son, Gary Lee, George Christensen, Bob Agnew. ORANGE BLACK Alleman .. Washington Edison .... Alleman .. Washington Assumption J ohn Deere John Deere Assumption Central . . . Franklin . . Coal Valley Coal Valley Coolidge . . Assumption Orange . . . Coolidge . . Allemen .. Alleman . . Edison . . . . Black ..... Central . . . The Orange team consists of, Row 1: manager Larry Soucinek Dan Carruthers Ralph Hood Ron Fre nell, Bob McCreight, Coach Jay Mercer. Row 2: Lexy Goberl Russell Hopkins,,Denn1s Rusk B1llBesse George Saravia. Wrestling ! h G M e Rod Cook Rick Leeper Steve Paytash Dave Coach Robert Zimmerman, Ed Mat ew, eorge ung r, , f , . . Herstedt, Andy Johnson. Row 2: Joe Lee Jones, Nat Lawrence, Jim Teague, Paul Miller, Bob Hama erick, John Caldwell, John Cropp. Mr. Zimmerman explains a few funda- mentals of wrestling to the student body. Wrestling is a sport which is fast gaining in popularity here at United Township High School. The stands were filled for our last exciting match against Rock Island. Our Grapplers had a fairly good season with a record of six wins and seven losses. Four of our wrestlers qualified in the district matches to go on to the sectionals. These four were Nat Lawrence, Joe Lee Jones, Steve Paytash, and Dave Herstedt. SCORES W T Jefferson ................. 10 36 Assumption . . . .... 26 14 Dubuque .... .. 12 27 Geneseo ..... .... 3 0 8 Washington . . . . . 18 23 Clinton ..... .. 28 17 Iowa City . . . . . 14 37 Moline ..... .. 16 28 Davenport . . . . 5 38 Alleman .... .. 43 5 Bettendorf . . . . 25 20 Galesburg . . . . . . 22 20 Rock Island . . . . . 20 24 Andy limbers up for the match against Jefferson. The following are junior varsity wrestlers: Row I: Otha Teague, Steve Hernandez. James Hawthorne, Gary Larson, Tom Mix, Dan Blashock. Row 2: Dick Brewer, Paul DeGrave, Vincent Hill, Russ Caldwell, Earl Paasch, Richard Paasch. Q. 231' I VV ' , ang., r.,, After the match gets under way, Ken Suss racks up some points for East Moline. These boys comprised our Freshmen wrestling squad. Row I: Coach Robert Zimmerman, Ray Vermeu- len, Darrell McLean, Dan Blashock, Harry Bottorff, Mike Fritz, Brad Hanson. Row 2: Alex Harrison, James Hawthorne. Silas Littrell, Allen Lohse, Keith Zalewski. Hou' 3: Gary Larson. Milas Littrell, Tom Mix. Richard Paasch, James Gomez. Douglas Sodeman, Baseball Baseball is a favorite Spring sport of the fans at UTHS. Last year's team won its games in the District and Regional Tournament, but lost in the Sectional Tournament. This year's team hopes to equal and better last year's record. The boys have a practice Angie Vallejo leans low game in the gym when the for a grounder. weather is bad. The promises for this year's baseball team are very good. Standing on the stage are: Jim Braet, Ron Pustelnik, Steve Pyevich, Dennis Schave, Tom Campbell, Stan Schroder, Ron Hoff, and Steve Schroder. Sitting are: Angie Vallejo, Paul Walker, Frank Karben, Gary Carlson, Ernie Gerlach, and Gary Millen. Kneeling are: Denny Meyers, Joe DeJaegher, and Steve Sulzer. On the steps are: Bob Hamrick, Larry Dobereiner, Rod Cook, Jerry Hopkins, Jim Wakefield, man- ager Bill Smith, and Coach Lou Matykiewicz. SPRING - 1959 SCORES WE THEY 2 Loras 4 6 Dubuque 1 4 Davenport 6 14 11 3 Galesburg 0 Galesburg 6 Alleman 1 6 Rock Island 5 11 Davenport 2 10 7 Moline 4 Alleman 5 10 1 1 Jefferson 8 Washington 0 Slugger Jim Wakefield is one of the team's star players for this season. o "I just know this will he a homer," says Stan Schroder, and Ron Pustelnik agrees. The boys look a little downhearted as coach Matykiewicz tells them about all the bat- ting practice they need. Jim Braet has a menacing look as a player tries to make third base. Members of the golf team are. Standing: Coach Leonard Engnell, Gary Johnson, George Gavin, Jim Soucinek, Gary Canfield, Allan Ver Beke, Ron Cowser, and Phil Bond. Sitting: Craig Haefflin, Robert Haigh, Dick Van Bell, Steve Mil- ler, and Bob Agnew. Golf The UTHS Golf team represented our school very well this year. They are under the excellent supervision of coach Leonard Engnell. UTHS was host for the Illinois District tournament in which they placed 5th. Jim Soucinek just can't wait for the snow to melt to practice his swing. 108 Coach Ingnell demonstrates the art of addressing a snowball to the senior members of the Golf team: Jim Soucinek, Gary Canfield, and Phil Bond. Row 1: Coach Glenn Chivers, Glenn E. Schmidt, Carsten Lemkau, Woody Wilkinson, and Gene Wildermuth. Row 2: Bernard Rangel, Dewayne Cremeens, Brad Dungam, Howard Lange, and Jeff Williams. Kenny Laud was absent when the picture was taken. Cross-Country The UTHS Cross-Country team coached by Glenn Chivers completed a very successful year. The team placed 7th in the Mississippi Valley Conference and 6th in the district meet at Geneseo. 1' qH0'WlII'? ffl 9 Coach Chivers lines the team up for a fast start in an early season practice session in the gym- Track This year the track team is composed of Fresh- man, Sophomores, Juniors, and Seniors. For this reason they are looking forward to a great season. Last year's team made 7 points in the District meet at Rock Island and 9 points in the Mississippi Valley meet at Clinton. The Freshman - Sophomore members of the team are: Row 1: Dennis Griffin, Brian Mum- ma, Ronald Schneider, Cedric Salisbury, Ron Owens, Rus- sell Hopkins, Bernard Rangel, Jim Bettis, Mike Ligino, Jim Moore, Gary Johnson, Lexy Gober, Gary Britton, and Asst. Coach John Wrenn. Row 2: Gary Emmert, Karl Wilkin- son, John Hawkes, Bill Hahn, Dennis West, Clark Tracy, Gary Welch, Danny Bodgley, Gary Larson, Benny Smith, and John Moeller. Row 3: Larry Tillberg, Michael Ruark, Dave Rinden, Richard Beaher, Paul White, Earl Paasch, Bob McCreight, Harry Turrell, Larry Gager, Bob Hauman, Jerry Lydon, and Richard Paasch. Row 4: Jimmy Haw- thorne, Dennis Rusk, Brad Dunkam, Glenn Schmidt, Gar- old Peve, Glene Wildermuth, Woody Wilkinson, Jeff Wil- liams, Frank Ammerman, Ed- wardo Valdes, Terry VanKla- veren, and Ken Bowman. The Junior-Senior members of the track team are: sitting, Fred Stulir, Jim Hayes, Ed- ward Huggart, Everett Van Valkenburg, John Cruz, Tear- rance Franklin Mahan, Carsten Lemkau, and Gary Natwick. Standing are Asst. Coach Al Zimmerman, John Mc-Church, Steve Paytash, Jim Gillespie, Richard Leeper, Dave Her- stedt, Jim Gergardt, Dean Warren, Warren Copeland. Jerry Chapman, Dick Brewer. and Coach Glenn Chivers. SPRING - 1959 SCORES WE THEY 38 Galesburg 76 61 Rock Falls 57 52 Rock Island 60 56 Alleman 67 34 Bettendorf 77 58 Assumption 33 I - 1 WMV ' mm xr H" 1 , 5 'X Gary Natwick, Glene Wildermuth, and Jeff Wil- liams are the Team's best prospects in the short distance events. A g. My John Cruz and Terry Mahan practice on sprints. I-.weft ,.,,r,,, . A Coach Wrenn instructs Brian Mumma and Earl Paasch on shot putting, while Dave Herstedt demonstrates. fit' This seems to be a strange way to travel. The boys go through long ses sions of exercise at every practice. 1 YE - Mr. Brooks and Mr. Lewis check over the busy schedule for the next intramural tournament. These two men are responsible for the excellent program in intramural-sports at U.T.H.S. Intramurals Intramural sports are a healthy way for boys to compete among them- selves within the school. Softball, basketball, volleyball, ping pong, and bowling are offered to those boys who do not take part in regular varsity sports. Mr. Lewis and Mr. Brooks do a fine job of keeping the different activities rolling. Fighting their way to victory in the junior-senior intramural basketball tour nament were Tom Lovett, Steve Pye! vich, Dennis Schave, Don Ferrell George Bockhouse, and Tony Prieto. Bagging the freshman-sophomore bas ketball championship were Steve My ers, Woody Wilkinson, Jerry Arm strong, Kenny Pankey. Mansil Burrell. and Gary Davidson. ,puff Af? Coming in a close second in the junior-senior basketball tournament were Dave Lang, Jim Soucinek, Steve Schroder, Ernie Rangel, and Val Nache. 1 K I ll u 175 Q-'GQ' Second place winners in the freshman- sophomore tournament were Robert Burrell, J. D. Ross, Robert Haigh, Deck Skillete, and Gaylord Vogler. Tennis The 1958 Fall and 1959 Spring Boys Varsity Tennis Team enjoyed the best over-all record of wins and losses of UTHS Tennis Teams for the past seven years. They won four and lost two in the Fall and won eight and lost four in the Spring for a total number of twelve wins and six losses for the tennis year of com- petition. This years team consists of members. Standing are coach Peternoff, Rick Carson, Grey I Louis Ligino, Mike Griffin, 'I Lovett, Jan Berghult, and co Steve Morgan. Sitting are Bob I son, Dave Ray, Mark Bare, By Warren, Larry Nelson. and L Gober. SCORES SPRING 1959 TEAM TEAM W Davenport . Sterling ........ 5M Washington Rock Island .... 2 Jefferson .. Moline ......... 6 Clinton . . . Davenport . . . . .8 Moline .... Rock Island .... 3 Dubuque ....... Iowa City ...... 296 FALL 1959 TEAM TEAM W Davenport Davenport ...,. 6 Rock Island .... 2 7 Rock Island .... 3 Moline ......... 7 2 Moline ......... 7 Dave Ray, the only Senior on the Varsity Squad, IS Captain for the 1959-1960 Tennis Season. The top four men og Tennis Team, Dave Lexy Gober, Mark and Byron Warren with coach Morgan. Row 1: Sheila Leahy, Sue Haefs, Kathleen Hill, Jeanne Van Vliet, Karen Conover, Kay Bottorff, Nancy Swiatkiewicz, and Nola Anderson. Row 2: Diane Seibert, Richey Wrenn, Patricia Hill, Gail Salmonson, Nancy Hart, Nancy Scott, Lynda Benson, Jeanne Ros- czyk, and Donna Knight. Judy Cutler was not present when the picture was taken. Although the G1r1s Tennis Team d1d not have an altogether successful season, they deserve the h1ghest of praise for their hard work They are looking for- Q.-. , W 1 111 Cheering for the Sopho- more team this year were: Diane Henyen, Glenna Turner, Ellen Crawford, Judie Van Klavern. and Ann Cause. T XJ' Y V' We A iff' lj? ,V tx x , i V I' , S .Q . Working hard to become good cheerleaders were the freshmen cheerleaders. Virginia Vallejo, Elizabeth Norton, Ann Gutheries. Dottie Kight, Ruth Murphy. and missing, Varla Berghult. Don Miller, well known as "Pete the Panther." pro- vided support to our team and cheerleaders. His fun- ny antics kept the school pep alive. 6 Cheer Leaders Q Lemsxxw si 3 Donna Knight v , V' .. ef 'M' K ,H - ' G e e fy - , W ' K M L ' A1 A9 'fig M-ee .114 we Carol Han If Wg Debbie Anderson I H7 e fy V V Sandra Tweddell if W4 Pam O'Klock 5 ee - 1 Clubs Editor LYNDA BENSON The many Clubs of U.T.H.S. are represented here by the Presidents of some of the various clubs that help to make school life more enjoyable and interesting to hundreds of stlrdents. 170 ff? Row I: David Ferguson. Maxine Mix, Donna Tipton, Estelle Davidson, Dixie Cook, Diane DeJaeger. Row 2: Karen Newenham. John Pippert, Coral Kelley. Tom Guild, Carol Kelley, Marsha Damp, Margo Ohlsen. Art lub The Art Club helps to build the char acter of its members in many ways This year Art Club sponsored a dance. The club gets its income by doing post- ers and decorations for other clubs Commercial artists have come to the club for lectures on commercial art as a career. The year's activities will be brought to a close with a picnic. Mr. Minor, Art Club sponsor, discusses some of the fine points of sculpturing with the officers. They are: Marsha Damp-Secretaryg Coral Kelley-Treasurer: and Es- telle Davidson - President. Benton Johnson looks over one of the masterpieces he drew in Art Club. 0'- .--Q Row I: John Johnson, John Lohse, Jim Lavine, Gene Ditch, Allen Lohse. Row 2: Doug Sodeman, Steve Martin, Art Fanter. Don Mad- son. Bob Seabloom. Hi-Y Club Hi-Y is another worthwhile organization at U.T.H.S. It is affiliated with the YMCA. It helps build a boy's Christian character by giving him a full imaginative outlook on life. The club sponsored a dance as a money making project this year. Looking over some new ideas are the Hi-Y officers and sponsor. They are Jim Lavine, Chapling Gene Ditch. Treasurer: Bob Seaa "---- -un- bloom, Presidentg Mr. Carrison, sponsorg John Lohse, Vice-president: and Art Fanter, Secretary. "Let's drive the right way for Hi-Y." This is the slogan being examined by John Lohse, Lexy Gober, Don Madson. Gene Ditch, and Mr. Carrison. sponsor. vw,-1 , vw, - f ' ' M Wi. V rm yr - K ' mf. Row 1: Diane Seibert, Sue Haefs, Kathleen Hill, Julie Duff, John Mohr. Row 2: Curtis Harsch, Andrea Lundeen, Charles Roberson, Gene Ditch. Row 3: Joe Skowronski, Tom Guild, William Kaiser, John Zukas, Martha Pugh. Bio-Chemics Club The word Bio-Chemics is made from a combi- ics related to these three sciences. This year nation of the words Biology, Chemistry, and Bio-Chemics sponsored a dance and made a Physics. At the monthly meetings, the mem- float for the parade. bers do experiments, see films, and discuss top- John Zukas, Sue Haefs, and Kath- leen Hill try out an experiment be- fore letting the other club mem- bers blow them- selves to bits. Mr. Pratt, sponsor of Bio- Chemics, gathers the officers to work out some experiments. The officers are: Charles Ro- berson - President. Sue Haefs -Treasurer, Martha Pugh - Vice-President, and Kathleen Hill- Secretary. John Zukas and Gene Ditch examine some formulas before starting an experiment WD.. 5 Row I: Linda Aldrich. Jean Davis Janet Fuller Jeanne Rosczyk Gerald Buyck. Row 2: Gene Ditch, bandra Schultz Wllham Halse Jane DeBoo Estelle Davidson, Velma Moose R011 3 Dan Prlehe Judy Knaack Wll liam Kaiser. Craig Athorp, Richard Anderson amera lub Camera Club is a Very worthwhile or- ganization. It helps the members to gain knowledge concerning all types of cam- eras, in developing film, and in printing and enlarging pictures. This year to have held a dance and put out a student telephone and address directory. The club also had a float in the parade. Mr. Pratt, sponsor of Camera Club, gathers the officers to discuss some new camera tech- niques. The officers are: Judy Knaach. President: Linda Al- drich. Secretaryg Dan Prieve, Treasurerg and William Halse, Vice President. ifggijfyy A 1 f?:?i?'af, ,. ,M f 4 l if '32- M,.,Q,f , fl .ik Some of the Camera Club techniques are shown in this pic- ture taken by Judy Knaack of the Shrine of the Little Flower W7 YV' Row 1: Lily Ann Snyder, Rosemary Hyde, Jackie Jones, Roberta Mulligan, Anna Herrera, Mary Lou Wells, Paula Huggins. Row 2: Vicki Taylor, Sandra Huggins, Judy Huff, Karen Cant, Nancy Hill, Sandy Clauw. Row 3: Linda Livesay, Sandi Huston, Barb Swails, Karen Saddoris, Kay Ferrier, Rosemary Sainer, Karen Shull. Row 4: Sharon Green, Jeannie Verleye, Virginia Hadak. Marjorie Baker, Marsha Swanson, Velma Moose. Business Club Business Club offers a real reward for any mem- ber. It gives training in the correct business procedures in many fields of endeavor. As money making projects, the club has sponsored a dance and various other things. are Sandy Liedtke, Marilyn ping ner, Roberta Mulligan, Judy Huff, Sandy Clauw, and Violet Badtke. Practicing some business techniques This year's officers for Business Club are Karen Shull, Presidentg Mary Lou Wells, Secretaryg Paul Huggins, Vice-Presidentg Miss Al- len, sponsorg Karen Saddoris, Past Secretaryg Karen Eddleman, Past Vice-Presidentg and Velma Moose, Past President. Missing were: Sandy Clauw, Past Treasurerg Marge Baker, Treasurer. K Row 1: Sue Ann McLane, Marilyn Brown, Rita Rasso, Sandra Neff, Sandra Rule, Joyce McDanel, Nancy VVilson. Row 2: Carolyn Reid, Jeanne Van Vliete, Nancy Boxstall, Beverly Jefferson. Nancy Swiatkiewicz. Row 3: Pamela Nelson, Bobbi Sutton, Carol Rohyt, Carole VVallace. Velma Moose, Pat Akers. Rau' 4: Delores Lewis, Sharon Heald, Karen Conover. Virginia Woolley, Kathy Hill. Future urses of America Future Nurses of America, a club which field trips, one of which was a trip to trains and instructs girls for the nursing Northwestern University in Chicago. profession, is a very worthwhile organi- They have also sponsored a dance. zation. The girls have gone on various f 522 f 1142- 3 'L' 5 11'3i4ifQ6'.wffgFe. N73 ' , . 1 if ,, "C A fx ' ' 'finfie :QM . G? Mrs. Frels, sponsor of FNA, shows some of the members the proper way to cut a band- Nancy Swiatkiewicz, Secretary, tries a hat on age- Joyce McDanel, Treasurer. while Pat Akers, President. and Nancy VVilson, Vice President, look on. S 2 0 ,,. l Row I: Judy Sweet, Sally Monstrey, Theresa Larson, Dianna Lowe. Pat Doxsee. Row 2: Sherryl Jones, Martty Versluis. Jerry Johnson, Pat Bushnell, Karen Wildermuth. Row 3: Mac Arbeau, Roger Waeyacrt, Luther Bailey, Dick Lippegoes, Warren Rowe, Jack Dixon. Row 4: Jim Williams, Gene Mourisse, Normon Lindley. Stanley Williams. Dave Pyland. Not pictured are: Bud Bradley, Carole Glaudel. and Gene Penner. Future Distributors of America The Future Distributors of America is an organization which prepares students for merchandising and retailing. As proj- ects this year, they sponsored a float in the Homecoming parade, sponsored a dance after a football game, donated to the Foreign Student Exchange, and made visitations to Rock Island and Moline High School. They also made field trips to the Fresh Pack Candy Company, Coca Cola Bottling Company, Village Shopping Center, and Eagle Food Store Warehouse. Looking over the FDA scrapbook are Martty Versluis and Theresa Larson. Learning retailing tech- niques are: Stan VVilliarns, Jim Williams, Jerry John- son, Roger Waeyaert. Nor- man Lindley. and Gene Penne-r. 4 x Showing off some pillows are Warren Rowe and Dick Lippelgoes. 3 5 - Preparing a window display are: Pat Dciicsee, Sherrie Jones, and Pat Bush' ne . 190 130 This year's F.D.A. of- ficers are as follows: Mr. H. S. Morgan, Sponsorg Dick Lippel- goes, Presidentg Theresa Larson, Treasurer, Roger Waeyaert, Reporter, Warren Rowe, Vice Presidentg Luther Bailey, Librariang Martty Versluis, Sec- retaryg and Sally Monstrey, Historian. Here Mac Arbeau, Jack Dixon, Dave Pyland, Gene Mourisse, and Bud Bradly are preparing to put up a win- dow display. Dick Lippelgoes, President of F.D.A.. has been se- lected to attend a special convention in Kansas City for retailing. Row 1: Mary Ponciano, Judy Ralston, Nancy Neff, Josette Pollentier, Kathy Goethals, Donna Hoepfner. Row 2: Sherian Hamrick, Charlene Colvin, Lois Lawrence, Carol Phelps, Joan Robinson. Row 3: Janet Evans, Rita Rasso, Donna Maxwell, Nancy Hill, Mary Kay De Capp, Linda Neyt, Joan Evans. Row 4: Pat DeJaegher, Virginia Hadak, Sharon Heald. Kathy Ballard. Future Homemakers of America Future Homemakers of America is an interest- bers sponsored the Homecoming Dance, a float ing and educational organization for girls. Girls in the parade, and a Christmas party. They having had one semester of home economics also held a Sectional Convention attended by are eligible to join the club. This year the mem- 700 girls from all over the State of Illinois. Rehearsing a scene from the play they gave at the convention are Sandy Gra- nell, Jackie Jones, Lois Boles, and Mary Jo Van Hecke. .. ii ,,. Row 1: Mary Rogers. Rosalie Vermeulen, Jackie Jonvs, Vicki Huyvaert, Beatrice Wilson, Kathy Barboutis, Sandy Clauw. Row 2: Barb Swails, Joanne- Vvrsypt. Carolyn Mitts, Jvannv Vvrlvye, Nancy Boxstall, Mary Jo Van Ht-cke-. Row I: Sandra Roman. Barbara lk-nys, Flu-riv Darling. Vatliy Van llvulw, Virginia Vallvjo Linda Anflvrson. Hou' 2: Sandra Arvanis, Sanrliv Valvm-rt, Rulwrta Balwr. Sanrli Dm- Grande Carrie Kappas, Choryl Ann N4-wlwrg. While the wind whips around Jackie Jones and Carolyn Mitts, they whip up a cake on the float winning first place in originality. Discussing plans for the F.H.A.'s future projects are these officers: Joanne Versypt, presidentg Mary Jo VanHecke, vice presidentg Lois Boles, sec- retaryg Jackie Jones and Judy Marx, point keepers and re- portersg and Mrs. Carrington. sponsor. Helping Vicki Huyvaert mix a delicious cake are Nancy Neff and Linda Anderson. 34 Row 1: Tom Guild, Carol Wilson, Mary Jo Van Hecke Sharon Murphy Linda Lange Warren Copeland, Janet Rhodes, Cathy Schubert. Row 2 Sheryl Robinson Carolyn Pollch Sandra Schultz, Mike Griffin. Row 3: Ann Gause, Barbara Culley Caroline Malmowskl Row 4 Ruth Klncald, Nancy Hart, Nola Anderson, Vivian Sanders Future Teachers of Amerzca Future Teachers of America is one of the most worthwhile clubs in our school. The main pur- pose of the club is to prepare its members for the teaching profession. Members have at- tended all the Blackhawk Division meetings with good representation. As a club, they have bought a bond to help support a foreign stu- dent. The club's income comes mostly from renting coat racks at dances and selling candy. Vivian Sanders shows some of the braille techniques she studied at Decatur. E Row I: Joe Skowronski, Eugene Sanders, Sharon Williams, Janet Fuller, Karen Komatar, Jeanne Rosczyk. Judy Summers, Ka-ren Francis. Row 2: Cathy Simpson, Paula Koehler, Alice Nelson, Carolyn Lancaster. Ron' 3: Joyce Deflrande, Judy Homan. Barbara Crouch. Ron' 4: Barbara Fender, Betty Mc- Laughlin. Cathy Stoneburner. Giving help and advice is Janet Fuller, a faithful practice teacher. Miss Howard and Mr. Nelson, FTA sponsors, discuss plans for future meetings with the officers. They are: Tom Guild, Presidentg Sharon Murphy. Historiang Linda Lange, Secre- taryg Betty McLaughlin, Treasurerg Nola Anderson, Parlia- mentariag Barbara Fender. Song Leaderg Warren Copeland, Vice President: and Mary Jo Van Hecke, Librarian. IQ! 1'-ll- Making up this years second semester G.A.A, hoard are: lfou' 1: Nancy Wilson, Mike VVeekley, Judy Shipma. Jeanne Van Vliete, Carole Hall. Ron' 2: Nola Anderson. Lynda Benson. Sharon Murphy, Gail Salmonson, Susie Achilles, Jere VVhipple, Riehy Wrenn, Judy Perkins. Girls Athletic Association Holding the honor of having the largest membership of any club is the GAA. This year the GAA had a freshman initiation, inviting all the mothers. However, the fathers were not forgotten for they also had a Dad's Night. Once again highlighting the year was the crowning of the GAA Royalty and the GAA dance that evening. O C These are the happy G.A.A. sponsors. Mrs. Dorothy Ward, Mrs. Elaine Ruberg, Miss Nancy Westifer, and Miss Luise Piano. This year's deck tennis champs are: Sandy Clauw. Marsha Damp, Joyce LaPccre, Judy Huff, XVilla Wilson. The runners up are: Sandi Huston, Jeanne DeClerk. Judy Marx. Placing their winning fingers on the ball are this yearls volleyball champs. They are: Nola Anderson, Nancy Swiatkiewicz, Jeanne Van Vliete, Marsha Damp, Karen New- enham, Jeanne Rosczyk. Kneeling are the runners up. They are: Sandra Schmooke, Frances Woods. Lynne Hostens, Evelyn Stickland, Katheryn Ro- selle, Colleen Flowers, and Gloria Ray. G.A.A. high point girls are: Row 1 Shirley .Peterson, Vicki Harlow, Jere Whipple. Row 2: Diane Hen- yan, Pris Ohlsen, Cheryl Robinson. Row 3: Roselie Rigsley, Judy Cut- ler, Nancy Ramsey. 121 'lil the G.A.A, Freshman initiation is. Introducing some of the speakers. at Jeanne Van Vliete, past president. These Senior girls participated in G.A.A. this year. Row 1: Judy Marx, Jeanne Rosczyk, Nancy Swiatkiwicz, Maureen O'Harrow, Carol Wilson, Kay Bottorif, Lynda Benson, Nola Anderson, Sandra Clauw, Willa Wilson, Linda Livesay, Jacqueline Jones. Row 2: Lily Ann Snyder, Jean Van Vliete, Karen Komatar, Barbara Lang, Karen Newenham, Carol Pelton, Jennie Petersen, Janet Rhodes, Pat Molnar, Sandi Huston, Joyce LaPeere, Nancy Boxstall. Row 3: Sherrie Wilson, Sandra Huggins, Karen Saddoris, Trudy Vines, Vicki Huyvaert, Martha Smith, Pat Akers, Joyce McDaniel. Janet Fuller, Sandra Schultz, Jean Davis. Row 4: Bea Wilson, Vicki Vogelesang, Kathy Hill, Velma Moose, Carol Talak, Martha Pugh. Marsha Damp, Pam O'Klock, Judy Huff. Mary Jo Van Hecke, Judy Shamasko. Deciding on some programs for the G.A.A. program sellers. They are: Row 1: Mary Jo Van Hecke, chairman, Judy Summers, Mike Weekley, Nancy Wil- son, Jana Lee Tranell, Janet Harrison, Kay Bottorff. Row 2: Joyce McDaniel, Judy Shipma, Richy Wrenn, Sharon Murphy, Andrea Lundeen, Debbie York. Q ' V.W.,.. ,, . 4m1..,.I ..sr,...,,M, , w'm'7""""""'g'm--5---Ng.. ,, ,fi x W J , 0 if 'rx WY +I I 1 1 V' J B nh K! .--"J if V' 1 an j .X I, Quan -ing is Jr K 'BU fn. 1, i Freshmen gather to show off the new GAA sweatshirts. -qv ' f as xl Qlipikf 'N Q7 Among this year's gym class assistants are: Row I: Karen Komatar, Rosa- lie Rigsby, Jeanne Van Vliete, Karen Newenham. Martha Smith. Row 2: Diane Eshelman, Jeanne Rosczyk, Judy Huff, Car- ole Hall, Nola Anderson. Row 1: Marilyn Wright, Gail Salmonson, Linda Lange, James Bergstrand, Carl Suhr, Howard Lange. Row 2: Bonnie Crouch, Kay Ferrier, Jackie Jones. Rayma Lassiter, Dennis Buchan, Joan Robinson. Karen Granet. Pat Hill, Janet Rhodes, Row 3: Nancy Wilson, Mary Jo Van Hecke, Mark Bare, Gary Millen, Harry Arvanis, Steve Hofstetter, Gary Fulscher. Row 4: Charles Roberson, Mike Griffin, Larry Finley. Libmr lub Library Club is an organization which provides us with the student assistants we see in the library. Duties of the members include finding magazines, books, and information, and checking out books. There are several conventions which members at- tend. As a money making project this year, the club sponsored a dance. ww T? Janet Rhodes, Secretary to the State Library Club, checks out books for Dixie Karthals and Susan Bobb. Gathering for an informal group shot are this year's of- ficers. They are: Gary Millen, Presidentg Mary Jo Van Hecke, Secretary. The sponsors are Mr. Carrison and Miss Mc- Nutt. Absent for this picture was Ken Laud, Treasurer. These are the Freshmen and Sophomore Y-Teen Members: Row 1.' Pat Lindstrom, Sandra Neff, Sherry Mass, Janet Har- rison. Row 2: Dianne Snapp. Liz Norton, Bonnie Licko, Deane Griffith. Dixie Cook, Coral Kelley, Carol Kelley. Sharon Heald. Row 3: Jean DeRocker, Diane Henyan, Pris Ohesen, Kathy Goethols, Julie Duff, Karen Duff, Karen Cant, Carol Kelley, Mary Jo Lar- venz. Row 4: Melanie VVood. Margo Ohlsen, Jere Whipple, Rickey Wrenn. Vicki Cruser, Francis Wissbaum, Sharon Polich, Elayn Valentine, Barb Fender. Row 5: Andrea Lun- deen, Rosie Stockton, Ruth Stept, Carrie Kappas, Patty Futhrie, Elaine Brown, Pat Eaton, Linda Neyt, Joy Bloom- berg. Row 6: Debbie York. Gayle Hamerlinck, Jana Trun- nell, Charlyn Buss. Paula Hug- gins. In 4.3 7' f 32 f ' f 'fi J' .1 1 Q 7 w . Junior and Senior Y-Teens members are as follows: Row 1: rlene Vaccaro, Janet Kipp, Carolyn Reid, Janet Walker. Row Karan Ragan, Judy Summers, Cathie Stensvaag, Sharon rphy, Nannette Walton, Carol Littlewood, Linda Lange. Row Karen Francis, Joyce De Grande, Donna Knight, Sandy ima, Michele Weekley, Judie Homan. Donna Rae Lipton, Davis, Carolyn Mitts, Roberta Mulligan. Row 4: Barb rphy, Marilyn Root, Karen Shull, Rosemary Hyde, Barbara or, Nancy Scott, Paula Koehler, Judy Perkins, Pam Nelson, Y- Teens Freshmen and Sophomores officers are: Row 1: Debbie York, social chairman, Margo Ohlsen, refreshments, Sandy Neff, Vice-president. Row 2: Pris Ohesen, Secretary, Jan Harri- son, Program chairmang Jean De Rocker, Music, Julie Duff, president, Miss Weller, sponsor, Karen Cant, devotions, Carol Kelley, decorations, Dixie Cook, maintenanceg Coral Kelley, publicity. ri Taylor, Sharon Lyden. Row 5: Ann Steele, Sheryll Overn- 2, Carol Reveal, Barb Swails, Mary Rogers, Wanda Myers, en Conover, Rosalie Kowis, Marge Orlich, Martha Platt. 1 6: Ilene Cassidy, Patti Hurd, Judy Marx, Maureen O'Har- Doralee Oakman, Kaye Stevenson. Marsha Damp, Sandy fgins, Janet Rhodes, Pat Molnar. Junior and Senior officers are: Sharon Murphy, President, Ann Steele, devotions: Karen Francis, decorations, Donna Knight, pro- gram chairman. Row 2: Miss Gor- by, sponsor, Kaye Stevenson, vice president, Doralee Oakman, Secre- tary: Judy Marx, refreshments: D.,..1f. v,.,,1,.x,... +-n..-....n- Row 1: Mark Bare, Joe DeJaegher, Jim Wakefield, Bob Hamrick, Rod Cook, Jim Braet, Angie Vallejo, Terry Mahan, Ron Holf, Jerry Hopkins, Frank Loll, Ernest Kivisto, Coach and Sponsor. Row 2: Ron- nie Pustelnik, Earl Johnson, Mike Carpentier, Dave Ray, Richard Leeper, Phil Bond, Everett Van- Valkenburg, Rick Freyman, Woody Wilkinson, Brad Dunham, Steve Sulser, Mickey Williams. Row 3: Paul Cacari, Al Martinez. John Riez, Jim Hollowell, Jeff Williams, Gene Wildermuth, Neal Damm, Ed- uardo Valdes, Ken Laud, Carsten Lemkau, Bill Smith, Jim Soucinek. Row 4: Ed Mayhew, John Cald- well, Steve Paytash, Harry Arvanis, Byron Warren, Richard Swanson, Steve Pyveich, Steve Hofstetter, Dave Herstedt, Gary Canfield, George Gavin, Sam Schold. Lettermenis Club Again this year the Letterrnen's Club sold Pan- have earned either one major letter or two ther pep pins during football and basketball minor letters. It is a great honor and privilege seasons and held two dances featuring cake for the boys to belong to this club. raflles. To be eligible for the club, a boy must L Gathered around Mr. Kivisto, sponsor, are the oflicers. They are Angie Vallejo, Presidentg Jim Soucinek, Treasurerg Frank Loll, Treasurerg and Carsten Lemkau, Secretary. Jim Braet, Al Marti- nez, and Sam Schold show what they do during the important Lettermen meetings. Jerry Buyck feels the muscle on Everett Van Valkenberg's arm and dreams of the day when he will become a Letterman. ftgfx Coaxing Linda Livesay to buy a pep pin is Joe DeJaegher. Row 1: Donna Knight, Vicki Taylor, Janet Walker, Nancy Wilson, Barb Swails, Ann Steele, Karan Ragan, Cheryl Foutch, Vivian Sanders, Row 2: Roger Laleman, Nadine Womack. Ilene Cassidy, Judy Perkins. Carolyn Reid, Michele Weekley, Pamela Nelson, Janet Kipp, Sharon Lydon, Joyce Hayes, Marsha Swanson, Norine Mackey, John Lohse. Row 3: Carol Littlewood, Paula Powell, Cathie Stensvaag, Sharon Murphy, Linda Lange, Joyce De Grande, Judy Summers, Karen Francis, Kathy Schubert, Karen Shull. Row 4: Dave Griffith, Ron Murphy, Danny Meyer. Gary Carlson, Cecil Murdock, Stan Schroder, Mike Griffin, Dennis Anderson, Jim Gillespie, Dean Warren. Ken Suss. This was the second year for the Pep Club of UTHS. Pep Club was alloted a certain number of seats behind the Lettermen's section at basketball games. All members were required to wear White blouses and shirts. The purpose of the Pep Club is to co-operate with the cheerleaders in producing more school spirit and a better organized cheering section. Pep lub Row 1: Betty McLaughlin, Nola Anderson, Lynda Benson, Diane Ne Sandi Huston, Ilana Kean, Carole Talak, Sandra Murphy, Joyce McD Debbie Anderson, Sylvia Stockwell. Row 2: Ken Laud, Linda Livesay, l Jo Van Hecke, Jeanne Van Vliette, Karen Newenham, Pat Akers, N Swiatkiewicz, Carolyn Mitts, Martha Platt, Kaye Stevenson, Joanne Ver Row 3: Velma Moose, Joyce LaPeere, Curt Harsch, Hervert Wykert, t Rhodes, Jennie Petersen, Jim Flinn, Dick Lippelgoes, Pat Molnar, E: Davidson. Row 4: Jim Hayes, David Mills, Gerald Curry, Don Tallent, sten Lemkau, Steve Hofstetter, Wayne Miller, Steve Schroder, Fred S Bill Smith, Marsha Damp, Row I: Mary Ponciano, Payla Huggins, Marga ret Stockwell, Teresa Vallejo, Barb Fender Kathy Goethals, Rose Ann Belman. Row 2 Geraldine Bobb, Josette Pollentier, Rhodellz Coleman, Rita Rasso, Judie Van Klaveren Karen Cant, Julie Duff, Anna Herrea, Jan: Trunnell. Row 3: Linda Neyt, Kathy Ballard Karen Kaskadden, Donna Maxwell, Barbar: Sloane, Lois Lawrence, Carmen Ramirtz, Rose mary Prieto. Row 4: Mary Kay De Capp, Car ole Polich, Karen Lewis, Sally Goodwin, Marj Dubinson, Sandy Neal, Susy Achilles, Joa' Robinson, Debbie York, Row 1: Sandy Neff, Diane Has- biock. Jan Harrison. Diane Seibert. Charlene Colvin, Pris Ohlsen. Ellen Crawford, Jean DeRocker. Row 2: Elaine Brown, Pat Eaton, Dave Ferguson, George Kindert, Howard Lange, Don Miller, Gaylord Vog- ler. Row 3: Mickey VVilliams, Den- nis West, Bill Coward, Terry An- derson, Carol Kelley, Gene Wei- mer, Coral Kelley, Larry Finley. Row 4: Joe Skowronski. Carl Suhr, Frank Benedict, Earl Paasch, Brian Mumma, Max VVeekly, Carl Sunders, Glenn Schmidt. Howard Laryce, Cliff VVoods, John Hurd. Row 1: Linda Anderson, Varla Berghult, Jerry Buyck, Linda Guthrie, Virginia Vallejo, Dottie Kight, Roxie Hirst. Row 2: Lexy Gober, Janice Graham, Cathy Van Hecke, Margo Ohlsen, Suzanne Leppo, Vicki Harlow, Diane De- Jaeger, Sandra Roman. Row 3: Cheryl Newberg, Sandi DeGrande, Linda Harris, Craig Haefilin, Shar- on Polich, Carrie Kappas, Roberta Baber, Sandie Calvert. This year's Pep Club officers are Joe Skrowonski, Treasurer, Janet Rhodes, Presidentg Mr. Max Man- uel, sponsorg Mickey Williams, Presidentg and Linda Lange, Sec- retary. Ann Steele, Vice-President, was absent. Rifle Club The Rifle Club is a very worthwhile club for those interested in learning the proper techniques of understanding and shooting a gun. Mr. Paul Oliver, sponsor of the club, instructs the members on these techniques. Shooting matches are held between the var- ious schools as a Way of practicing these techniques. Jimmy Dean and Ron Nale- vanko examine some tar ets E after trying their aim. , 5 , 2? ,,,?,u Row I: Gary Welch, Roger Lale- man, Karen Shull. Thomas Krunt, Harry Bottorff, George H. McNeal. Row 2: William Grave, Robert Montieth. Cathie Stensvaag, Janne DeBo0. Row 3: George Kenney, Don Nelsen, Herbert Sweat. Jim Dean, Ron Nalevanko. IO K ,, V, 'lgfiiu 1 Q 1 This year's Rifle Club ofiicers are Ron Nalevanko, Vice-Presidentg Cathie Stensvaag, Presidentg Karen Shull, Secretaryg Mr. Oliver, spon- sorg and James Dean, Executive Officer. Spanish Club Spanish Club is a very fine organization. At the meetings the members discuss Spain and Latin America and the ways of the people and their customs. Anyone can join the club, although it is preferred that they have some knowledge of Spanish. As a money making project the members spon- sored a dance. Row 1: Rose Ann Belman, Angie Prieto, Rosemary Prieto, Barbara Sloane. Row 2: Karen Komator, Larry Finley, Max Weekly, Judy Sigler, Sally Good- win, Sheila Leahy. Row 3: Ella Spurr, Linda New- in ham Katherine Roselle This year's Spanish Club officers are Mrs. Smith, sponsorg Ella Spurr, Presidentg Sheila Leahy, Secretaryg Rose Ann Belman, Treasurerg and Rosemary Prieto, Vice-President. Mike Philhower holds the Spanish "burro" for Mrs. Smith, Spanish Club sponsor, during their Christmas party. E , 1 Robert Sapp, Mike Phil- hower, Dave Rotz, Mickey Williams. Row 4: Clifford Woods, Dennis West. W ,,1 Row I: Debbie Anderson, Trudy Vines, Nola Anderson, Lynda Benson, Carol Wilson. Ilana Kean, Martha Smith, Ann Steele, Jeanne Rosczyk. Row 2: Judy Summers. Pat Akers, Judy Perkins. Janet Rhodes, Pat Molnar, Diane Nelson, Kay Bottorff, Dave Ray. Row 3: Nancy Boxstall, Joanne V1-rsypt, Sally Goodwin, Sandi Huston, John Steele, Fred Stulir, Ken Laud, Curtis Harsch, Frank Karben. Row 4: Bill Reid, Ron Pustelnik, Andy Johnson, Ron Hoff, Frank Loll, Mike Car- pentier, Bill Smith, Mike Griffin. Thespians National Thespian Society has been refer- red to as the honor society of the English department. Its membership consists of ac- tors, actresses, business managers, and back- stage workers. In order to be elected to the National Thespians, a student must have acquired ten points either by acting in a play or helping with production. Officers of this year's National Thespians are Ilana Keane, scribe: Judy Summers, Treasurer, Lynda Benson, Secretary: Joanne Versypt, Vice-President: and Mr. Stevens, sponsor. Mike Griffin, president, was absent for this picture. Tacking up signs for the National Thespian play are Ilana Keane, Lynda Benson, Frank Loll. and Judy Summers, Row 1: Ken Rexroth. Jim Winkelbauer, Chuck Massa, Larry True, Ed Sandoval, Joe Lueero, Robert Martel, Larry Bat- ten, Orin Schatteman. Jim Thiem, Mike Holloman, Pete Hautz, Gary Stoneking, Dean Clark, Dick Brewer, Fred John- son, Terry Mercy. Row 2: Eugene Mohr, Lonnie Brewer, Gary Natwick, Dalton Robertson, Gary Mitton, Ed Johnson, Wayne Osbourne. Allan De-Castecker, Paul Wiklan, Norman Wilkens, Robert Stogdell, Ron Lampe, Dave Griffith, Roger Laleman. Row 3: David Mills, Carl Stueland, Ron Nalevanko, Jerry Rickey, Edward Huggart, Jay Newton, Marty Damp, Jerry Fick, Cecil Murdock, Gary Carlson, Bill Farber, Gordon Billings, Neal Damm, Kent Ader, Larry Long- necker. Row 4: Evan Yeager, Joel Daly, Jim Anderson, Terry Lewis, Ron Castens, Lesley Schleeter, DeRoy Wingert, Robert Jacobs, Pete Andon. Jim Flinn. Richard Swanson, Ron Immesoete, Joe DeMay, Arny Little. Tri-Mic has completed its twelfth active year at UTHS. The aim of the Tri-Mic organization is to better understand the vocational fields, which includes choosing an occupation, improving studies, and safety in work. The sponsor is Mr. Cavanaugh. Working on sheet metal proj- ects are Ed Huggart, Allan De Castecker, Marty Damp, Larry True, and Vincent Hill. Officers and sponsors of this year's Tri-Mic are Mr. Drabik, sponsor: Mr, Cavanaugh, sponsor, Jim An- derson, vice-presidentg Richard Swanson, Secretaryg Norman Wil- kens, Presidentg and Cecil Mur- dock, Treasurer. l Activities Editor MARTHA SMITH Pictured here are just a few of the leaders in the various and extensive fields of activities offered in the ever-expanding program of U.T.H,S. Gathered in the auditorium are a few of this year's leaders: John Steele, Choir president and president of the Stu- dent Councilg Trudy Vines, Panther Parade editorg Joanne Le- land, Music Departmentg Joanne Versypt, Speech Department: Sue Haefs, Band captain and Skyline editorg and Pam O'KloCk. Cheerleader and editor of the Key. 4-if QUEEN PAM KING ANGIE ,, .. . K Xe There is no doubt that Princess Carol Hall and Prince John Steele are pleased with their royal rank. 1 Homecoming Members of the Homecoming Royalty for 1959 were Rou' I: Debbie Anderson. Row 2 Martha Smith. Joanne Versypt. Ron' 3: Joyce La Peere, Pat Molnay, Linda Livesay Row 4: Sherri VVilson, Prince John Steele, Queen Pam O'Klock, King Angie Vallejo Princess Carol Hall, Mary Jo Van Hecke. Row 5: Ken Laud, Steve Pyevich, Ron Hoffl Steve Hofstetter, Frank Loll, Dave Ray, Terry Mahan, and Jim Braet. 'Ili 1lA Student Council The officers for this year's Student Council were John Steele, presi- dentg Mr. McCoy, sponsor, Linda Livesay, treasurer, Joanne Versypt, vice president: and Martha Smith. secretary. Besides its usual activities, such as sponsoring the Homecoming festivities and attempting to improve our school in every way possible, our Student Coun- cil has been kept busy trying to get a Foreign Stu- dent for United Township. After the fund-raising bond sale, which was generously supported by stu- dents and organizations in and outside of school, the Student Council obtained funds to make a Foreign Exchange Student at U.T.H.S. a reality. These people represented U.T.H.S, at the Pekin District Student Council: Bob Bous- selot, Frank Loll, Sally Goodwin, Linda Livesay. Don Miller, Ken Laud, Donna Max- well, Vicki Taylor, and Dave Ray. i NWN la Members of the U.T H.S Stude t C 'I W7 . . n ouncl are: Row I: Varla Berghult, Virginia Vallejo. Donna Knight, Martha Smith Elayne Valentine. Barbara Fender, Nancy Wilson, Vicki Taylor. Row 2: Donna Maxwell, Joanne Versypt, Llnda Live say, Sally Goodwin. Pam O'Klock, Carol Hall, Willa Wilson. Row 3: Craig Hoefflin, Bob Bousselot, Harry Arvanls, Don Miller, Larry Dobereiner. Edwardo Valdez. Ken Laud. Row 4: Joe Deflaegher, Dave Ray, Bob Mc'Cre-ight, Frank Loll Frank Benedict, Mark Bare, John Steele. These people are members of the Quint- City Student Congress: Linda Livesay, Ken Laud, Carol Hall. Joe De Jeagher, and John Steele, who is also president of the Quint-City Student Congress. 1 X 6 Qi TH. 1 13 4.4 N' . W 2 Y-. 5 ,xr ,,-'iii 1 X W .X . , A s u 1 X lx X if 'Y Q V. ' Xt Vw X l . A K ,, S.. 1-r"""""'g ,N ll H ,iff an 3,1 4 it 1 ii . - l ' ' ' is L i if 5 3 ,,f 7, i,f,' , L, i , 79. Members of the U.T.H.S. band are: Roll' 1: Lynda Benson, Phyllis Stone, Judy Stanton. Judy Adams, Virginia Reveal. Row 2: Deanna Lewis, Virginia Jackson, Marla Stewart. Karen Anders, Barbara Sloane, Mike Polich, Shirley Fish, Ann Gause. Row 3: Dennis Garner. Curtis McKay, Fred Leonard, Pat Waesager. Ruth Grant, Marlene Bureski, Judy Knaack. Row 4: Carl VVilkinson, Carl Rusk. Carolyn Malinoski, Karen Greb, Judy Erickson, Eugene Penner, Russell Hopkins, Frand Skafidas, Larry Powell, Linda Akers, Judy Homan, Carol Reveal. Row 5: Martin Schoellermann, Wayne Lewis. Charles England. Mark Platt. Tom Courtney, Bill Milburn, Mike Trout. B d This year the U.T.H.S. band sold World's Finest Choc- an olate as a money raising project. During the fall the band entertained audiences at parades and football games. In February and April many band members participated in the district and state music contests. The band also participated in an assembly and in a spring concert and during the halves at U.T.H.S. bas- ketball games. We at U.T.H.S. are both proud and privileged to have such a fine organization, with such competent directors, at our school. During the 1959-60 school year these students served as band officers, Row I: Judy Schadt, Lieutenant: Sue Haefs, Captaing Pat Adams, Lieutenant. Row 2: Sandy Tweddell and Dorothy Cattoir, Sergeantsg Elizabeth Simpson, First Sergeantg Judy Knaack, Carol Reveal, and Wilma Meyers, Sergeants. Row 3: Kay Bottorff, Marla Stewart, Dick Akers, Bob Sauser, Mike Philhower, Carolyn Malinoski, and Judy Homan. Corporals. U. T.H. . Band All the band members seem to be engrossed in their music as Mr. Tho- man prepares the hand for the Spring Concert. N-wa-"HH I mwgnu. J, mi ,Q N on What band wouldn't be glad to follow majorettes as attractive as these? Kathy Stone- burner, Sue Haefs. Phyllis Stone, Karen Greb, and Lynda Benson led the band with clever routines at the football games and in parades. The band's contest representatives this year wereg Row I: Pat Adams, Judy Schadt, Sue Haefs, Ann Gause, Lynda Benson, Elizabeth Simpson, Wilma Meyers, Karen Anders. Row 2: Charlyn Buss, Sandra Tweddell, Jim Janowski, Bob Sauser, Mike Polich, Virginia Jackson, Marla Stewart, Judy Homan, Carol Reveal. Row 3: Alvin Leone, Wanda Meyers, Sandra Morris, Dorothy Cattoir, Kathy Stoneburner, Judy Knaack, Bob Thomas, Phyllis Stone, Judy Erickson, Judy Adams, and Karen Greb. M - f- f v 1 1 1 1 V fy.-,A , su f in -x mn The members of the 1959-1960 Choir are: How 1: Carol Reveal, Loretta Bauwens, Sylvia Stockwell, Vivian Sanders, Jeanne Rosczyk, Maureen O'Harrow, Martha Platt, Ann Steele, Patricia Quinn, Nola Anderson, Carolyn Miller, Nigel McCord, Karen Thiem. Row 2: Sherrie Wilson, Barbara Culley, Pam O'Klock, Jay Hull, Gene Ditch, Darrel Irwin, Galvin Garcia, Curtis Harsch, etta Longnecker. Lois Upton, Don McLean, enson, Velma Moose, Fuller, Carl Stueland Fisher, Janet Rhodes Jack Williams, Larry John Holmgren. Jerry Wise, Mary Jo Van Hecke, Martha Smith. Vicki Vogelgesang. Row 3: Mary- Boles, Estelle Davidson. Lynn Williams, Norman Wilkens, John Steele, Roger Clarke, Russell Sharon Howell, Delores Lewis. Virginia Woolley, Karen Francis. Row 4: Janet Fuller, Kaye Stev- Patti Oneth, Gary Bell, Mike Holloman, Delbert Clevenger, Don Murphy, Clyde Hostens, Ronald Sandra Schultz, Geraldine Bell, Judy Summers, Dorothy Flowers. Row 5: Joyce LaPeere, Judy Marsha Damp Donald Davis, Michael Gritiin, Rene DeRammelere, Dave Lang, Norlin Neaveill, 7Tate, Robert Ballageer, Carol Littlewood, Martha Pugh, Sharon Williams, Nancy SWi3tkiGWlCZ. C hoir The Choral department of UTHS has provided enter- tainment for the school and community many times this year. The Choir, Girls' Glee Club, and Male Cho- ruses provided fine Vespers for the school and the pub- lic at Christmas and Easter during the year. In May of this year the Choral Department and Band com- bined for a Spring Music Festival. Mr, Vincent Ahnquist is head of all vocal music at UTHS. ThlS year s competent choir officers were Norman Wllk9HS, Vice-Presi' dent John Steele, Presidentg Nancy SW1atkl0WlCZ Secretaryg and Patti Oneth Accompanist. I Here is the UTHS Choir in action during the Christmas Vespers. This year the Ten Keys have musically entertained many community organizations. The members are Curtis Harsch, John Holmgren, John Steele, Dave Lang, Karen Thiem, Jo- Anne Leland, Martha Smith, Mary Etta Longnecker, Ami Steele, Sylvia Stockwell, and Patti Oneth, accompanist. The Advanced Girls Glee Club is comprised of junior and senior girls. This year's members are: Row I: Eleanor Smith, Janet Walker, Vicki Taylor, Donna Knight, Cecilia Belman, Dianne Eshleman, Barbara Cabor, Linda Herrera, Virginia Jackson, Sandra Shipma. Barb Murphy, Diane Dinneweth, Sandy Christensen. Linda Romero, Carol Sue Wyatt, Mary- Lou Wells. Row 2: Paula Koehler, Nancy Ramsey, Norma Redman, Nancy Martens, Alvita Lasiter, Norma Grosz, Nancy Scott, Susan Tisdale. Pat Hokinson. Sandi Norris, Judy Perkins. Sandra Rule. Willa Wilson, Nancy Wilson, Melinda Allen, Karan Ragan, Marilyn Brown. Row 3: Sandra McMullen, Judy Sweet, Sherry Noftsker, Rosalie Dowis, Shirley lVlcLean, Carole Talak, Judy Huff, Michele Weekley, Norine Mackey. Pamela Nelson, Linda Livesay, Nancy Hart, Joyce Hayes, Sharon Lydon, Beverly Jefferson. Maxine Mix, Row 4: Nadine Womack, Georganna Meyers, Sharon Green, Jean Lundahl, Mary Fulscher, Joyce DeGrande, Sharon Murphy, Claudia Mayfield, Barbara Lang, Jennie Peterson, Bon- nie Kay Odendahl, Carole Wallace, Carolyn Reid, Kathy Schubert, Paula Powell, Carol Graham. Absent from the pic- ture are Janet See, Rosemary Bouell, Kathy Moody, Valory Kinnamon, DoraLee Oakman, and Carolyn Mitts. Advanced Girls Glee lub Aeolian hams The Aeolian Chorus is a freshmen girls' glee club. This year's members are: Row 1: Marguerita Quintana, Kathy Nicker' son, Judy Hill, Janet Pasturczak, Joyce Kirk, Sandra Wendell, Elaine Half-rty, Brenda Daggett, Shirley Parker, Sandra Roman, Kathy Lakner, Florence Dopler. Row 2: Guadalupe Sierra, Varla Berghult, Jo Koester, Martha Hope, Judy Wallace, Mary Sauser, Jackie Borjd, Vicki Cruser, Della Harmon, Sharon Rahn. Reita Brizendine, Eileen Ward, Anna Thompson. Row 3: Mary Edward, Sandra Hern, Eleine Darling, Joanne Guild, Karen Gremonprez, Ruth Murphy, Vir- ginia Lang, Roberta Baber, Sandie Calvert, Rosie Stockton, Donna Blair, Martha Martin, Diana Dergo, Judy Evans. Row 4: Martha Gesa, Pat Amos, Lynne Beldin, Ruth Stepp, Sharon Polick, Linda Harris, Mary Jo Lancaster, Judy Goering, Cathy Chuick, Sharon Campbell, Deanna Benson, Geraldine Smith, Sandy Arvanis, Nancy Harris. Charlotte Dixon and Carol Wells were not present for the picture. Q A Members of the Freshmen Crescendo Chorus were as follows: Row 1: Iaabelle Tapla, Rita Ortz, Elizabeth Simpson, Delores Guerrero, Rita Rangel, Gloria Gomez, Angie Prieto, Judy Murphy, Donna Taylor, Linda Anderson. R0lll 2: Sandra Ware, Elizabeth Norton, Yvonne Cuoco, Opal Ashcraft, Pomposa Lopez, Carolyn Rohren, Goroane Radojchich, Irene Boxmann. Pat Guthrie, Phyllis Halley, Doris Bone, George King. Row 3: Colleen Martin, Rosalie Hirst, Marcia Brown, Dianne Smith, Linda Tinker. Rosanne Tsakanisas. Janice Ashford, Linda Woodworth, Geraldine Bickford, Vir- ginia Vallejo, Frances Wissbaune, Row 4: Cathy Van Hecke, Sharon Blashack, Alice Brereton, Margo Ohlsen, Lois Beeks. Tamara Slaith, Jean Whipple, Carrie Kappas, Nancy Hunt, Linda Huff, Cheryl Ann Raymie, Cherlynn Clynn. Not present for the picture were Mary Cervantes, Marilyn Robinson, and Lillian Gomez. Crescendo Chorus Allegro horns The Allegro Chorus is an all Sophomore group. This year's members are: Row 1: Carol Johnston, Paula Huggins, Gloria Ray, Carol Coutteau, Jan Harrison, Edna Turner, Mary Jo Laruenz, Vala Nordholm, Nancy Hawkins, Mary Miller, Ellen Crawford, Diane Robbins, Jean De Rocker, Cheryl Robinson, Pat Rasso, Frances Woods, Mary Ponciane, Beverly Dzkunskas. Row 2: Ruth Kincaid, Margaret Stockwell, Barb Fender, Priscilla Ohlsen, Diane Ishmael, Judy Ralston, Te- resa Vallejo, Donna Green, Sally Beard. Carol Phelps, Polly Seys, Judie Van Klaveren, Kathy Goethals, Nancy Neff, Maty Thomas, Nancy Homan, Bety McLaughlin, Bernice Munos. Row 3: Jana Trunnell, Marcella Allbritton, Lois Law- rence, Janet Evans, VVanda Jones. Josette Pollentier, Sue McLane, Carmen Ramirez, Sharon Rotz, FrancesARittel, Mary Stahl, Marilyn Cook, Linda Newingham, Sheryl Hook, Donna Maxwell, Linda Shaeffer, Sandra Fuller, Julie Duff. Row 4: Joan Evans, Linda Nyberg, Nancy Hill, Rhodella Coleman, Sandra Lee, Sharon Hirst, Sandra Gauker, Marilyn Mc- Corkle, Barbara Kitts, Linda Neyt, Deborah York, Marilyn Beaudry, Judy Shipma, Pat DeJaegher, Karen Cant, Gloria Tompkins, Geraldine Bobb, Dixie Cook, Rita Rasso. Row 5: Sandra Neal, Carole Palich, Connie Laud, Karen Kaskadden, Shirley Engelkens, Betty Gager, Ruth Smith, Sharon Heald, Sally Goodwin, Coral Kelley, Carol Kelley, Virginia Hudak, Rita Nixon, Marilyn Wright, Karen Lewis, Suzanne Pippert, Kathy Ballard, Mary Kay DeCapp, Sheila Leahy. Missing from the picture are Andrea Lundeen, Roberta Smith, and Diane Snapp. iq --'L 7 l il ,,. X Y: '1 if W H! 1 z - v 59? 1 1. ,Y is ,n.,,.. ' I v. 'A I4 4 G if 21. Q ffm, l "' T 'V ri ,, L l ' 6 . 3 6 v. , V A , 0 l 'Q ., rl 111 The Boy's Camhiata Chorus, directed hy Mr. Mallie Williams, is for freshman boys. This year's members are: Row 1: -lim Hawthorne. Paul Uchs, George Christensen, Jerry Graham, Ronald Sehneirler, Bruee Hokinson, Ray Vermuellen. Richard Murphy, Jerry Buyek, Jerry Overa, Phil Vhapman, Hou' 23: -lim Gomez, JefT Green, Larry Sweet. Jerry Irydon. Delbert VVilson. Andy Martel. George Parr, Darrell McLean, Holm-rt Hanson. Gerald Skillett, Bill Randolph, Larry Mc- Caw, Divls Redman, Ifllll' fi: Robert Peterson. Thomas Cline, John Pippvrl, Tim Foutcli. Robert Kirby, Ruben Guerrero. Warren Motzer, Dwight DeMont, John Yuskis, VVayne Gromm, XN'ill'rn-cl Sm-luniclt. Danny Nelson, Dennis Griffin, Bob McCreight, Gary Chapman, Bill Stuart, Nor- man Antolik, James Fuller, Carla Ferreri. and Mike Daily harmonize around the piano with accompanist. Dorothy Cattoir. Male Chorus - - A Dx - Members of the Male Chorus under the direction of Mr. Mallie Williams were: Row 1: Joe Jones, John Johnson. Alex Harrison, Richard Anderson, Steve Kershieter, Kenny Johnson, Ronald Denning, Mike Zippay, Tom McLean, Lloyd Duncan. Dennis Cabor. Row 2: Brad Hanson, Gerald Kipp, John Stotts, Jim Stafford, William Stewart, Steve Miller. Herbert Clark. Steve Lee, Dan Blashock, Michael Daily, Carlo Ferreri. Row John Hemphill, William Keehu, Michael Ruark, Billy Hahn, Gary Chapman, Ronald Owens, Russell Caldwell. Robert Kilts, Norman Autolik, David Ferguson, Jim Fuller. Milton Elias, Tom Gust. Row 4: Larry Nelson, Charles Skinner, Scott Lyons. Robert McCreight, Dennis Griflin, Robert Carr, Max O'Klock. Paul Blanchard, Thomas Cervantes. Kenny Hall. David Hagelin, Gary Shedinhelm, James Teague. Peter Hull, Keith Curry. Row 5: Richard Paasch, Earl Paasch, Brian Mumma, Jack Steele, Gary Sager. Dennis Lingafelter. Dean Cavantsey, Garold Peve, Michael Ligino, David Lange, Jim Hantz, Edward Clark, Kent Brook. William Graver. George McNeil. 165 W 4, 5leq,fgi, W Susan Tisdale and Joe Skowronski listen attentively as Jan DeBoo ex- plains the purpose of oratorical declamation while Debbie Andera son looks on. Oratorical Declamation This cheerful group composed the sub-varsity, serious and comedy. Declamation team. Row 1: Linda Lange, Julie Duff, Wanda Jones. Row 2: Gayle Hammerlink, Cathie Stensvaag, Janet Lindley, Mary Jo Van Hecke, Barbara Fender, and Jan Berghult. Sub- Varsity Team J' 54,-5 Senior declamation instructors, Lynda Benson, Martha Smith, and Joanne Versypt, criticize as their freshman students Sandra Roman, Marcia Brown, Varla Berghult, Jan Berghult, and Dianne Smith, try to as- sume characters in their dec- lamation. W Lynda Benson C7 Varla Berghult Barbara Cully Sally Goodwin Varsity Declamation Mrs. Frederich, Coach Joe Skowronski -E-5' l"N Alice Nelson Jeanne Rosczyk Gail Salmonson Barbara Sloane Martha Smith Joanne Versypt 68 f Tom is trying to make his point, but with a group of original orators he is going to have difliculty. Martha Smith, Joanne Versypt, who competed in an American Legion ora- torical contest, Doralee Oakman, Tom Guild, Trudy Vines, and Joanne Leland are all talking at once. Original Monologue Pam O'Klock, who represented U.T.H.S. at the Sec- fi tional tournament, is giving a short scene from her humorous original monologue while the other par- ticipants, Nancy Boxstall, Lynda Benson, and Sylvia Stockwell, listen in. Poetry Diane DeJaeger, Trudy Vines, who participated in both the District and Sectional Speech Contests, and Sid Harrington read poetry under Mrs. Frederick's direction. Original Oration After-Dinner Speaking JoAnne Leland, who represented U.T.H.S. in After-Din- ner Speaking in both the District and Sectional Contests, gives a cutting of her speech for Trudy Vines and Pam O'Klock, the two other After-Dinner Speakers. Debate Cathie Stensvaag delivers part of her debate case from the "5x7'l cards. Mary Dobison. Mr. Cloud, debate coachg Jan- ice Witherspoon, Warren Cope- land, Payl White. Don Leon- ard, and Fred Norton listen, just waiting for a point they can refute. Extemporaneoas Speaking Janice Witherspoon, District and Sectional representative in extemporaneous speaking, earnestly addresses her attentive audience of fellow speakers. Don Leonard and Mary Dobison. Radio Speaking 'Sf- Chosen by Mr. Stevens for their radio ability were Row 1: Joyce LaPeere, Linda Livesay, Janice With- erspoon, Diane Dinneweth, Lynda Benson. Row 2: Jim Soucinek, Dan Duke, Wayne Miller, Norman Wilkens, Dale Frels. Row 3: John Steele, who represented UTHS as radio speaker in both Dlstrlct and Sectional Contests. T s T Q cc. Plays Mike Carpentier, as Van- dergelder's barber in the , Matchmaker, concentrates on his job as he shaves John Steele. This group of characters for Stage Door includes Frank Loll as Frank the Houseman, John Steele as David Kingsley, Ron Pustelnik as Sam Hastings, JoAnne Leland as Mrs. Shaw, Jennie Petersen as Mrs. Orcutt, Frank Karben as Jim- my Devereaux, and Martha Smith as Terry Randall. 110 Costumed for their roles in the Matchmaker are John Steele as Mr. Vandergelder, Joanne Versypt as Mrs. Levi, Dean Warren as Malachi Stach, Lynda Benson as Ermengarde, with her Fiance Ambrose, played by Bill Reid. Jim Gillespie, as the Cab- man, is served a tasty bit bfi the Cook, Sharon How- e . Bill Smith as photographer Billy, Wayne Miller as pro- ducer Adolph Gretzel. Ken Laud as press agent Larry Wescott, Lynda Benson as Hollywood star Jean Maitland, Dave Ray as Lou Milhauser, and Nancy Boxstall as Mattie the maid, partially recreate their roles in Stage Door. W' :za "'7 f X ., , if ,, an -Q.. X I5 This gay dinner party is actually a scene from the Matchmaker. Martha Smith as Mrs. Molloy, Rod Cook as August, Rick Leeper as Cornelius Hackl, Bob Bousselot as Barnaby Tucker, Frank Loll as Rudolf, and Sandy Tweddell as Minnie Fay enjoy champagne in a fashionable restaurant. Scanning newspapers as they would on Sunday morning in the Footlights Club are these girls from Stage Door. Row I: Kay Bottorff, Pat Adams, Ann Steele, Sylvia Stockwell, Martha Pugh, Jeanne Rosczyk, Sharon Murphy, Sally Goodwin. Row 2: Pat Akers, Carol Wilson, Judy Perkins, Nola Anderson, and Marsha Damp. nf" ,vu- Y ,, , Tiff Skyline Keeping accounts and subscriptions in order are' Bonnie Kay Odendahl Alice Nelson Sheila Working hard to make this year's Skyline - ' -. - bigger and better than ever are Mr. Aubrey, Leahy' Warren Rowe- busmess manager? and sponsor, and Sue Haefs, editor-in-chief. Joe Skowmnskl' Scheduling pictures, making layouts. and writing copy keep all the Skyline editors on their toes. Lynda Benson, clubs, Martha Smith, activitiesg Carol Wilson, indexg Joanne Versypt., seniorsl Judy Summers, underclass and sportsg Velma Moose, faculty, Karen Francis. sports and school life: and the Kelly twins, art editors. uncann- D ' . ,Y -A was X 15 3 T77 Generally helping everyone are this year's Skyline assistants, Rasso, Sally Goodwin, Ella Spurr. Row 2: Roberta Mulligan, F Sloane, Tom Campbell, Karen Eddleman, Gail Salmonson. Don Marla Stewart, Rita red Leonard, Barbara Miller. This friendly group, directed by Wade Wood, go out into the business world and find patrons for our yearbook. They are: Diane Siebert, Wade Wood, and Dale Frels. This smiling group inf cludes Linda Romero, Kay Ferrier, Barbara De Graeve, and Carol Gra- ham as typists. Jim Stone- king, Judy Knaack, pho- tography editorg Coral Kelly, and Craig Athorp as photographers. C? HW: V Q Sports Reporters for this year's Key Staff were: Row I: Jack Penca, Sandy Huggins, Andrea Lundeen, Jim Fuller. Row 2: Bob Laird, Jack Young, Bob McCreight, Bob Peterson, J. P. Hull, John Holmgren, Bob Agnew, Craig Hoefflin. Key Looking over one of the issues of this year's Key are Mr. Sommervillv, wsw sponsor, and Pam O'Klock, Editor-in-Chief. N"-Q-I' This year's News Reporters for the Key are: Row 1: Joyce La Peere, Judy Schadt, Lynne Hoslens, Gayle Hamerlinclc. Linda Baker, Anderson, Alice Nelson. Row 2: Jeanne Rosczyk, Nancy Wilson, Mary Jo Larvenz, Joylln Bloomberg, Marjorie Kay Hill, Lynn Neumann, Sandra Arvanis. N-JL Heading the Key Staff this year are: Martha Pugh, News Editor, Jen- nie Petersen, Editorial and Feature Editorg Jim Stoneking, Photographer, and Pam O'Klock, Editor- in-Chief. P76 LW,-ff C G --1 W! Feature and Editorial reporters this year are: Row 1: Willa Wilson, Sandy Neff, Maxine Mix, Judy Huff, Vicki Taylor Row 2: Diane DeJaeger, Gloria King, Janet Rhodes, Pat Molnar, Sandi Huston, Sharon Lydon, Judie Homan, Marilyn Root, Sylvia Stockwell. Checking on how it is done in other papers are the Business and Adver- tising Staff. They are: Jackie Jones, Sue Davis, Vickie Cruser, Judie Ho- man, Barbara Swails. and Diane DeJaeger. G.A.A. Royalty A roaring volley-ball game with a slightly over-sized ball provided entertainment during the G.A.A. Roy- alty Assembly. This talented couple was Prince and Princess of Sports, Princess Jeanne Van Vliete and Prince Angie Vallejo. Members of the '59-'60 G.A.A. Royalty were Row I: Willa Wilson, Marsha Damp, Pam O'Klock, Nola Anderson. Row 2: Sherrie VVilson, Linda Livesay, Prince Angie Vallejo, Queen Carol Hall King Frank Loll Princess Jeanne Van Vliete Mary Jo Van Hecke. Martha Smith. Row 3: Dave Ray, Rod Cook, Jerry Illopkins, Everett Vlan Valkenburg, Orberie Gilesz Steve Hofstetter, Jim Wakefield, and Ed Penca. my ' if ' 3 4' Reading and grading hundreds of papers keeps the editorial board well occupied. This year's board is composed of Pat Adams, Janet Fuller, Lynda Benson, Tom Guild, Pat Akers, Pat Molnar, Sue Haefs, Martha Smith, Debbie Anderson, and Jeanne Rosczyk. The exchange staff was composed of Wayne Miller and Curtis Harsch. Typists were Nancy Box- stall, Joyce McDaniel, Sandy Liedtke, and Nancy Lancaster, The subscription staff and circula- tion staff of this year's Panther Pa- rade were: Roberta Mulligan, Janet Rhodes, Ilana Kean. Steve Hofstet- ter, Steve Schroder, Nola Ander- son, Bill Smith. Dave Ray, and Sylvia Stockwell. Panther Parade Directing the Panther Parade staff this year were Gerald Curry and Carol Wilson, business managersl Mr. Stevens, advisorg Trudy Vines, editor-in-chiefg and Joanne Leland, illustrator. af fl? Remember the exchange assembly with Rock Is- land and these four tal- ented crooners? This peculiar creature ambled across the stage during a num- ber on the junior assembly. Assemblies Wouldn't it be Wonderful to have the coordination and muscle control to be an expert tumbler? This talented twosome proves that commercials can be entertain- ingl The walls nearly cracked during the all-school pep assembly before the tournament games. Assemblies Rocky's choir entertained us with a song about this gay barredero. The serious side of Rocky's music was provided in a beautiful duet by this couple. Moline sent us some talented dancing girls from outer space. X A I X. f -.' A' A ', . by, H M R1 , - 3 -. -1 '.'1 ' ' ,, 'K ww A Lx' KS q ', 2 . 51: 21:1 . :- J: 5: ' . A 5 Tl?k"'Af"x 13955 K? vb 1 x V Y . , ,, gr? ' N '54 I 1 X 'P' 4 8 Q W9 A . ,W - gr! 1" 4 f ,35aT'?if,T15?'T'? Q. 'K Pf?f2-Tif?,'lQj .ug ffmagkf -f 2 E I 'ff 'Jw , rr. -A 2 We really yelled our lungs out during this assembly. 'Sig Who is .this fair damsel? She appeared on the Junior assembly but hasn't been seen since. Flying high Kathy Stoneburner has entertained us royally many times. i Dorothy Cattoir was responsible for the musical beginning for each of our assemblies. Senior Activities ADAMS, PATRICIA: Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Secretary of Band 45 Key Staff 15 Bible Club 1, 2, 3, 45 President 3, 45 Nation- al Thespian 45 Plays 45 Panther Parade 45 Honor Society 4. AKERS, PATRICIA: Band 15 Future Nurses 2, 3, 4, Vice- President 3, President 45 G.A.A. 3, 45 Pep Club 3, 45 National Thespians 45 Panther Parade Staff 45 Play 45 Office 3, 45 Gym Assistant 25 Honor Society 4. ALDRICH, LINDA: Camera Club 4, Secretary 45 Future Teachers 2, 3, 45 Skyline 3. ANDERSON, DEBBIE: Chorus 15 Glee Club 25 Student Council 1, 2, 35 Cheerleader 1, 2, 3, 45 Pep Club 3, 45 Rifle Club 2, 35 Debate 35 Extemp. Speaking 35 Oration 45 National Thespians 45 Play 3, 45 Homecoming Royalty 45 Gym Assistant 3, 45 Office 25 Panther Parade 45 I.S.N.U. Cheerleading Camp 45 Honor Society 4. ANDERSON, NOLA: G.A.A. 1, 2, 3, 4, Assistant 2, 3, 4, Board 3, 4, Camp Representative 25 Gym Assistant 45 Tennis Team I, 2, 3, 45 F.T.A. 2, 3, 45 Parliamentarian 45 Thespians 45 Plays 45 Panther Parade 45 Pep Club 3, 45 Key 15 Honor Society 45 G.A.A. Royalty 4. ARBEAU, DOUGLAS: Football 25 Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4: Wrestling 1, 2, 35 Chorus 1, 25 D. E. 4. BADTKE, VIOLET: Business Club 2, 4. BAILEY, LUTHER: Intramurals. BALLEGEER, ROBERT: Glee Club 1, 25 Choir 35 Retail- ing . BAUWENS, LORETTA: Chorus 15 Glee Club 2, 35 Choir 45 Camera Club 2. BEERT, GERALD: Track 1. BELMAN, LOUIS: Football 15 Basketball 15 Intramurals 2, 3, 45 Tri-Mic 15 Spanish Club 1. BENSON, LYNDA: Skyline 2, 3, 4, Club Editor 45 Panther Parade 45 G.A.A. 1, 2, 3, 45 F.T.A. 2, 35 Majorette 3, 45 Band 1, 2, 3, 45 Thespians 3, 4, Secretary 45 Y-Teens 2, 35 Pep Club 45 Key 15 Plays 3, 45 Declamation 1, 2, 3, 45 Tennis Team 2, 3, 45 Poetry 45 Honor Society 4. BIDEAUX, RICHARD: Tri-Mic 3. BILLINGS, GORDON: Tri-Mic 2, 3. BOLES, LOIS: G.A.A. 25 F.H.A. 2, 3, 45 Business Club 45 Key 15 Chorus 15 Glee Club 2, 35 Choir 4. BOND, PI-IILLIP: Basketball 15 Football 1, 2, 45 Letter- men's Club 2, 3. 45 Golf 1, 2, 3, 45 Tri-Mic 35 Intra- murals 2, 3, 45 Pep Club 45 Key Staff. BOTTORFF, KAY: Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Officer 3, 45 Bible Club 3, Vice-President 35 G.A.A. 1, 2, 3, 4, Secretary 2, Board Member 3, 45 Plays 45 Thesgians 45 Tennis Team 2, 3, 45 Gym Assistant 35 Pep Clu 45 Honor Society 45 G.A.A. Assistant 3. BOWKER, MELVIN: Baseball 2, 35 Intramurals 2, 3. BOWLING, IRENE: Glee Club 2, 3, 45 Chorus 1. BOWMAN, MARLYN: Bible Club 4. BOXSTALL, NANCY: Y-Teens 1, 35 Cheerleader 1, 2, 35 Student Council 1, 25 G.A.A. 1, 2, 3, 45 Band 1, 25 Busi- ness Club 2, 35 Camera Club 2, 3, 4, Secretary 35 F.N.A. 2, 3, 4, Secretary 35 Pep Club 35 Office 45 Panther Parade 45 Thespians 45 F.H.A. 35 Plays 4. BRADLEY, MAURICE: Intramurals 25 Cross Country 2. BRAET, JAMES: Football 1, 2, 3, 45 Basketball 1, 25 Baseball 1, 25 Wrestling 3, 45 Lettermen's Club 45 Tri- Mic 2, 3, Vice-President 3. BRERETON, SAMUEL BROWN, RICHARD: Football 15 Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4. BUSHNELL, PATRICIA: F.H.A. 15 G.A.A. 2, 35 Bible Club 35 F.D.A. 45 Glee Club 35 Pep Club 3. CACARI, PAUL: Football 1, 2, 3, 45 Wrestling 2, 3, 45 Intramurals 1, 3, 45 Lettermen's Club 45 Basketball 1. CANFIELD, GARY: Lettermen's Club 45 Golf 1, 2, 3, 45 Intramurals 2, 35 Pep Club 4. CARPENTIER, MICHAEL: Football 1, 2, 3, 45 Basket- ball 15 Track 25 Plays 3, 45 Speech Dept. 3, 45 Letter- men's Club 45 Thespians 45 Junior Rotarian 4. CARROLL, FRANCIS CASTENS, RONALD: Boys Glee Club 2. CHRISTENSEN, SANDY: Chorus 1, Glee Club 2, 3, 4. CLAUW, SANDRA: G.A.A. 1, 2, 3, 45 F.H.A. 1, 2, 3, 4, Historian 25 Pep Club 35 Business Club 3, 4, Treasurer 35 Y-Teens 45 Office 3, 4. CLEVENGER, DELBERT: Football 15 Baseball 15 Bible Club 2, 35 Choir 3, 45 Chorus 1, 25 Plays 25 Thespians 3, 4, Treasurer 3. CLEVENGER, KATHERINE: Y-Teens 15 Business Club 2, 85 Bible Club 2, 3, 4. CODER. DAVID: Tri-Mic 3, 4. COLLINS, LINDA CONOVER, KAREN: G.A.A. 1, 2, 3, 45 Tennis 1, 2, 3, 45 F.N.A. 2, 45 F.H.A. 15 Key 25 Pep Club 3, 45 Y-Teens 45 Office 2, 4. COOK, RODNEY: Football 1, 2, 3, 45 Basketball 1, 25 Wrestling 3, 45 Track 1, 2, 3, 45 Lettermen's Club 3, 45 Key 3, 45 Pep Club 4. COOPER, DAVID COX, GEORGE: Band 1, 2, 3, 45 Rifle Club 1. CREMEENS, WILLIAM: Ride Club 1, 25 Wrestling 25 Track 3. CRUZ, JOHN: Football 1, 2, 3, 45 Basketball 15 Track 1, 2, 3, 45 Intramurals 2, 3, 45 Lettermen's Club 3, 45 Tri- Mic 35 Student Council 1. CURRY, GERALD: Intramural 1, 45 Play Staff 45 Tri-Mic 35 Panther Parade 45 Honor Society 4. DALY, JOEL: Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 45 Tri-Mic 3, 4. DAMP, MARSHA: Glee Club 2, 35 Choir 45 G.A.A. 2, 3, 45 Art Club 2, 3, 45 Pep Club 3, 45 Y-Teens 45 Chorus 1. DAMP, MARTY: Football 25 Wrestling 35 Tri-Mic 3, 4. DAVIDSON, ESTELLE: G.A.A. 1, 25 Glee Club 1, 2, 35 Choir 45 Art Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Pres. 45 Pep Club 3, 45 Camera Club 4. DAVIS, DARLENE: G.A.A. 45 F.H.A. 1, 2, 3, 45 Pep Club 3, 4. DAVIS, KAREN: G.A.A. 3, 45 Camera Club 45 Business Club 45 Bible Club 35 Chorus 15 Glee Club 2. DECASTECKER, ALLAN: Tri-Mic 3, 45 Intramurals 3, 4. DeCLERCK, DONNA DeCLERCK, JEANNE: Declamation 15 G.A.A. 3, 4. DeGRAEVE, BARBARA: Business Club 15 Chorus 1, Glee Club 2, 3, 45 G.A.A. 1, 2, sg Pep Club 3. DERBY, DEANNA DETHERAGE, NAOMI DIXON, JACKIE: Rifle Club 15 F.D.A. 45 Band 1, 2. DOWIS, ROSALIE: G.A.A. 15 Chorus 15 Glee Club 45 Y-Teens 3, 45 Pep Club 35 F.N.A. 3, 4. DOXEE, PATRICIA: G.A.A. 1, 2, 35 Pep Club 35 D. E. 45 Band 2. DUESTERHAUS, MARVIN: Wrestling 1, 25 Intramurals 1, 25 Basketball 15 Tennis 25 Cross Country 25 Key 15 Pep Club 4. EDDLEMEN, KAREN: Band 1, 2, 35 Majorette 25 Busi- ness Club 3, 4, President 45 Skyline 35 Y-Teens 3, 45 Office 3. f FARBER, WILLIAM: Tri-Mic 3, 4. FARRIS, JUDY: Chorus 15 F.A.A. 2, 3. FERRIER, KAY: Chorus 15 F.H.A. 15 Spanish Club 25 Y-Teens 1, 25 Library Club 2, 3, 45 Business Club 2, 3, 45 G.A.A. 3, 45 Skyline 3, 4, Typing Editor 45 Pep Club 3, 45 Homeroom Chairman 4. FICK, JEROLD: Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 45 Tri-Mic 45 Pep Club 45 Cross Country 15 Basketball 1. FLINN, JAMES: Tri-Mic 3, 45 Football 25 Intramurals 1, 25 Pep Club 45 Basketball 15 Cross Country 1. FLOWERS, CAROL: G.A.A. 1, 2, 45 F.H.A. 45 Y-Teens 4. FORRET, CLARENCE FREEMAN, ALMEDA: G.A.A. 1, 2, 3, 45 F.H.A. 45 Y- Teens 45 Art Club 25 Chorus 1. FULLER, JANET: G.A.A. 1, 2, 3, 45 F.T.A. 2, 3, 45 Camera Club 2, 3, 45 Panther Parade 45 Chorus 1, 2, 3, Choir 45 Observation Teaching 45 Honor Society 4. FULSCHER, MARY: G.A.A. 2, 35 Pep Club 35 F.N.A. 45 Chorus 15 Glee Club 2, 3, 4. GARCIA, GALVIN: Cross Country 15 Football 25 Track 15 Key 25 Choir 3, 45 Glee Club 25 Chorus 15 Tri-Mic 3. GAUKER, RUSSELL GILES, ORBERIE: Track 1, 2, 3, 45 Football 1, 2, 3, 45 Basketball 1, 2, 3, 45 Key 35 Lettermen's Club 1, 2, 3, 4. GLAUDEL, CAROLE: G.A.A. 25 Chorus 1, Glee Club 2, 35 F.D.A. 4. GOTHERIDGE, SHARON GRAHAM, CAROL: F.N.A. 15 Skyline 45 Chorus 1, Glee Club 2, 3, 4. GRANELL, SANDRA: Student Council 15 G.A.A. 15 Key Staff 35 Pep Club 35 Business Club 45 F.H.A. 45 Office 3, 4. GREB, KAREN: Band 1, 2, 3, 4: Majorette 45 Debate 2, Declam. 1, 25 G.A.A. 1, 2. GUILD, THOMAS: F.T.A. 2, 3, 4, Vice-President 3, Presi- dent 4, Practice Teaching 4: Art Club 3, 4: Bio-Chemics 3, 4: Debate 3: Extemp. 3: Original Oration 4: Thes- pians 4: Intramurals 4: Panther Parade 4: Honor Society 4. HAEFS, SUZANNE: G.A.A. 1, 2, 3, 4: Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Officer 2, 3, 4: Majorette 2, 3, 4, Captain 4: F.T.A. 2: F.N.A. 4: Bio-Chemics 1, 2, 3, 4: Panther Parade 4: Tennis 2, 3, 4: Skyline 2, 3, 4, Editor in Chief 4: Honor Society 4. HAKEMAN, KENNETH: Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4: Pep Club 4. HALL, CAROL: G.A.A. 1, 2, 3, 4, Board 2, 3, 4, Vice- President 4: Student Council 2, 3, 4: Pekin District Rep. 2, 3: Quint-City Rep. 4: Homecoming Princess 4: Class Secretary 4: Office 2, 3, 4: Cheerleader 2, 3, 4: Pep Club 3, 4: Glee Club 2, 3, Secretary 3: G.A.A. Queen Royalty 4. HANSON, BRENT: Key 2: Skyline 1, 2, 3, 4: Thespians 4: Rifle Club 1, 2: Camera Club 1: Plays 3, 4: Pep Club 4. HARRINGTON, RICHARD: Track 1, 2: Cross Country 2, 3: Intramurals 2, 4: Honor Society 4. HARSCH, CURTIS: Boy's Glee Club 2: Choir 3, 4: Ten Keys 3, 4: Bio-Chemics 2, 3, 4: Skyline 3: Play 4: Panther Parade 4: Thespians 4: Cross Country 1, 2: Baseball 3: Track 2: Intramurals 2. HAYES, JAMES: Football 1, 2, 3: Wrestling 4: Intra- murals 1, 2, 3: Baseball 1, 2, Manager 3: Pep Club 4. HEMM, CONNIE: Choir 1: Bible Club 3, 4. HERNANDEZ, ADELA: Spanish Club 2, 3: G.A.A. 3, 4: Y-Teens 4. HERNANDEZ, ALICE: G.A.A. 1, 2, 3: Spanish Club 3: Band 1, 2, 3, 4: Y-Teens 4: Art Club 4. HERRERA, LINDA: G.A.A. 1, 2, 3: Spanish Club 2, 3: Y-Teens 3, 4: Pep Club 3: Chorus 1: Glee Club 3, 4. HILL, KATHLEEN: Key Stal-I 1, 2, 3, 4, Newspage Co- Editor 4: G.A.A. 1, 2, 3, 4: Tennis 2, 3, 4: F.N.A. 2, 3, 4: Bio-Chemics 3, 4, Secretary 4: F.H.A. 1: Debate 2: Quill and Scroll 3, 4. HOFF, RONALD: Student Council 1, 2, 3: Quint-City 2, 3, Pekin District 1, 3: Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4: Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4: Lettermen's Club 4. HOFSTETTER, STEVE: Football 1, 2, 3, 4: Basketball 1. 2: Baseball 2, 3, 4: Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4: Panther Parade 4: Lettermen's Club 3, 4: Library Club 2, 3, 4: Class Treasurer 4: Honor Society 4: G.A.A. Royalty. HgKgN4SON, PATRICIA: G.A.A. 2: Chorus 1, Glee Club HOLDEN, ROBERT: Football 1, 2, 3, 4: Lettermen's Club 4: Intramurals 1, 2, 3. HOLLOMAN, MICHAEL: Choir 3, 4: Tri-Mic 4: Bible Club 2, 3. HOPKINS, JERRY: Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4: Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4: Lettermen's Club 2, 3, 4: G.A.A. Royalty. HOSTENS, CLYDE: Chorus 1: Choir 2, 3, 4. HUFF, JUDITH: G.A.A. 1, 2, 3, 4: Chorus 1, Glee Club 3, 31, 4: Pep Club 3: Business Club 4: Key 2, 3, 4: Office HUGGART, EDWARD: Football 1, 2, 3: Track 1, 2, 4: Tri-Mic 3, 4: Intramurals 1, 2, 4. HUGGINS, SANDRA: F.H.A. 2: G.A.A. 1, 2, 4: Y-Teens 4: Key 4: Business Club 4: Chorus 1. HUSKEY, TERRY: Chorus 1: Y-Teens 3. I-IUSTON, SANDRA: F.H.A. 2: G.A.A. 2, 3, 4: Y-Teens 3, 4: Key 2, 4: Pep Club 3, 4: Business Club 4: Thes- pians 4. HUYVAERT, VICKI: F.H.A. 4: G.A.A. 3, 4: Pep Club 3, 4: Y-Teens 4. IRWLN, DARREL: Chorus 1, 2, Choir 3, 4: Intramurals 1, . JACKSON, VIRGINIA: Chorus 1: Bible Club 1, 2, 3: Glee Club Accom anist 2, 3, 4: F.T.A. 2, 3, 4: Band 2, 3, 4: Spanish Club 1. JACOBS, ROBERT: Tri-Mic 3, 4. JOHNSON, BENTON: Art Club 3, 4: Track 3: Basketball 1: Band 1, 2, 3, 4: Key 2: Wrestling 2. JOHNSON, DOUGLAS: Tri-Mic 3. JOHNSON, GARY: Band 1, 2: Football 1: Intramurals 2. JOHNSON, JERRY: D. E. 4. JOKISCH, SANDRA: F.H.A. 1: G.A.A. 1, 2, 3: Pep Club 3: Y-Teens 3: Office 2. JONES, J ACQUELINE: F.H.A. 2, 3, 4, Treasurer 3, Public Relations 4: G.A.A. 2, 3, 4: Business Club 49 Library Club 2, 3, 4, Public Relations 4: Key 3, 4: Pep Club 3: Olfice 4: Homeroom Chairman 3, Secretary 4. JONES, ROBERT: Bowling 2, 3, 4: Pep Club 4. JONES, SHERYL: G.A.A. 2, 3: Pep Club 3: F.D.A. 4. KAISER, WILLIAM: Bio-Chemics 1, 2, 3, 4: Radio Club Treasurer 4: Camera Club 4: National Honor Society 4. KARBEN, FRANK: Thespians 4: Glee Club 1, 2: Cross Country 2: Tri-Mic 3: Plays 3, 4: Baseball 4: Basket- ball 1, 2, 3, 4. KEAN, ILANA: Band 1, 2, 3: Majorette 2, 3: Student Council 1: Panther Parade 4: Thespians 3, 4: Pep Club 4: Debate 3: Key Staff 3, 4: Play 3, 4: Extemp. Speak- ing 3: Spanish Club 2. KELLY, DENNIS: Bowling 2: Football 1, 2: Debate 4: Wrestling 4: Intramurals 3: Play 2. KIQKPATRICK, MICHAEL: Intramurals 2, 3: Rifle Club KNAACK, JUDITH: State Music Contest 1, 2, 3, 4: Adv. Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Officer 3, 4: Bio-Chemics 1, 2, 3, Vice- President 3: Camera Club 2, 3, 4, President 3, 4: Sky- line 3, 4, Photography Editor 4: National Honor Society 4. KOMATAR, KAREN: G.A.A. 1, 2, 3, 4: Spanish Club 4: F.T.A. 4: Pep Club 3, 4: Chorus 1: Tri-Mic 3: Office 4: Honor Society 4. KRAMBECK, SANDRA: Chorus 1: Glee Club 2: F.H.A. 1. LAKE, THOMAS: Tri-Mic 3: Baseball 3: Intramurals 2, 3. LANCASTER, NANCY: G.A.A. 1, 2: Pep Club 1, 2: Stu- dent Council 1, 3: Cheerleading 1, 2, 3: Key 1, 2, 3: Panther Parade 4: Art Club 3. LANG, BARBARA: G.A.A. 1, 3, 4: Chorus 1, 2: Glee Club 3, 4. LaPEERE, JOYCE: Student Council 2: Y-Teens 3, 4: Pep Club 3, 4: Key 3, 4: G.A.A. 1, 2, 3, 4: Freshman Chorus 1: Glee Club 2, 3: Choir 4: Office 2, 4: Homecoming Royalty 4: Play Staff 4: Homeroom Secretary 3. LARSON, THERESA: Key Staff 3, 4: D. E. 4, Treasurer 4. LASITER, ALVETA: Chorus 1: Glee Club 2, 3, 4: Pep Club 4. LAUD, KENNETH: Student Council 1, 2, 3, 4, Quint-City Congress 4, Pekin District 4: Library Club 2, 3, 4, Treas- urer 4, State Rep. 3: Cross Country 4: Lettermen's Club 4: Thespians 4: Panther Parade 4: Play 4: Pep Club 4: Homecoming Royalty 4: Class President 4: Honor Society 4. LAUD, WALTER LAWRENCE, NATHANIEL: Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4: Wrestling 1, 2, 3, 4. LEE, CLARA: Chorus 1. LELAND, JoANNE: Art Club 3: F.T.A. 2, 3: Chorus 1: Glee Club 2: Choir 3, 4: Band 1: Ten Keys 3, 4: Panther Parade 4: Original Oration 4: Play 4: Honor Society 4. LEMKAU, CARSTEN: Track 1, 2, 3, 4: Cross Country 1, 2, 3, 4: Play Staff 4: Pep Club 4: Intramurals 4: Letter- men's Club 2, 3, 4, Secretary 4: Homeroom Chairman 4. LEWIS, TERRY: Band 1, 2: Tri-Mic 3, 4. LEWIS, WAYNE: Band 1, 2, 3, 4: Intramurals 3. LIEDTKE, SANDRA: G.A.A. 2, 3: Business Club 4: Panther Parade 4: National Honor Society 4. LINDLEY, NORMAN: D. E. 4: Football 1: Tennis 1, 2, 3. LIPPELGOES, RICHARD: Glee Club 1: Business 2, 3, President 3: Pep Club 4: F.D.A. 4, President 4: Key 3. LIVESAY, LINDA: G.A.A. 1, 2, 3, 4, Assistant 1: Chorus 1, 2: Glee Club 3, 4, Vice-President 4: Business Club 4: Y-Teens 3:'Office 2, 4: Student Council 2, 3, 4, Treas- u'rer 4: Quint-City Rep. 4: Pekin District Representa- tive 4: Homecoming Royalty 4: Homeroom Chairman 2, 4: Pep Club 3, 4, President 3: G.A.A. Royalty 4. LOLL, FRANK: Football 1: Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4: Base- ball 2, 3: Lettermen's Club 2, 3, 4, Vice-President 4: Thespians' 4: Student Council 4: Pekin District Rep. 4: Homecoming Royalty 4: G.A.A. Royalty King 4: Plays 4: Junior Rotarian 4. LONGNECKER, MARY ETTA: G.A.A. 1, 2, 3: Business Club 3: Pep Club 4: Chorus 1, Glee Club 3: Choir 4: Ten Keys 4: Honor Society 4. LOWE, DIANNA: Chorus 1: Glee Club 2, 3: G.A.A. 1, 2, 3: Business Club 2, 3: F.D.A. 4, LYSELL, WALT: Student Council 1: Intramurals 2, 3, 4. MAHAN, TERRY: Football 1, 2, 3, 4: Basketball 1, 2: Wrestling 3: Track 1, 2, 3, 4: Lettermen's Club 3, 4: Intramurals 43 Key Staff 1, 2: Homecoming Royalty 4. MALINOSKI, CAROLINE: Band 1, 2, 3, 4: Business Club 4: F.T.A. 3, 4: Pep Club 3, 4: Band Officers Club 4. MALMLOFF, MELVIN: Pep Club 3: Tri-Mic 2, 3. MARX, JUDITH: G.A.A. 2, 3, 4: F.H.A. 2, 3, 4: Y-Teens 4. MASSA, CHARLES: Tri-Mic 4. MATHIAS, PHILLIP MAYHEW, EDMOND: Wrestling 2, 3, 4: Bio-Chemics 4. McDANEL, JOYCE: Chorus 1, G.A.A. 2, 3, 4, F.N.A. 2, 3, 4, Treasurer 4, Pep Club 3, 4, Office 4, Homeroom Recorder 3, Honor Society 4. McFARLIN, BILL McKAY, SAMUEL: Bio-Chemics 2, 3. McLAIN, JUDITH: G.A.A. 2. McLAUGHLIN, BETTY: F.T.A. 1, 2, 3, 4, Treasurer 4, Chorus 1, Glee Club 2, 3, Camera Club 3, Pep Club 4, Honor Society 4. McLEAN, SHIRLEY: G.A.A. 1, Business Club 4, Chorus 1, Glee Club 2, 3, 4. McLEMORE, JOANN: F.N.A. 3, 4, Y-Teens 3, 4. MILBURN, WILLIAM: Advanced Band 1, 2, 3, 4. MILEM, JOY MILLEN, GARY: Library Club 2, 3, 4, President 4, Bio- Chemics 4, Baseball 1, 2, 4, Basketball 1, Intramurals 4, Honor Society 4, Historian 4. MILLER, CAROLYN: Bible Club 1, Pep Club 3, F.T.A. 3, 4. MILLER, DAVID MILLER, PAUL: Football 1, 2, 3, 4, Wrestling 1, 2, 3, 4, Lettermen's Club 3, 4. MILLER, WAYNE: Adv. Band 1, 2, Debate 3, Extemp. 3, Panther Parade 4, Pep Club 4, Plays 4, Honor Society 4. MILLS, ALBERT: Tri-Mic 3, 4, Pep Club 4. MITTS, CAROLYN: G.A.A. 1, 2, F.H.A. 2, 3, 4, Y-Teens 3, 4, Pep Club 3, 4, Chorus 1, Glee Club 2, 3, 4. MIX, MAXINE: Y-Teens 3, Art Club 3, 4, G.A.A. 2, Chorus 1, Glee Club 3, 4. MOLNAR, PATRICIA: G.A.A. 2, 3, 4, Key 2, 4, F.T.A. 2, 3, 4, Band 1, 2, 3, Accompanist 3, 4, Business Club 4, Debate 4, Thespians 4, Office 1, 2, 3, 4, Homecoming Royalty 4, Homeroom Secretary 3, 4, Y-Teens 3, 4, Pep Club 3, 4. MONSTREY. SALLY: G.A.A. 2, 3, F.H.A. 2, 3, F.D.A. 4. MOOSE, VELMA: Chorus 1, Glee Club 2, 3 Vice-Presi- dent 3, Choir 4, G.A.A. 1, 2, 3, 4, Pep Club 3, 4, Busi- ness Club 2, 3, 4, President 4, F.N.A. 2, 3, 4, Correspond- ing Sec. 3, Camera Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Y-Teens 2, 3, 4, Skyline 3, 4. Faculty Editor 4, Quill and Scroll 4, Honor Society 4. MOURISSE, EUGENE: D.E. 4. MULLIGAN, ROBERTA: Band 1, 2, 3, Officers Club, F.T.A. 2, 3, Business Club 4, Y-Teens 3, 4, Skyline 3, 4, Panther Parade 4, Office 1, 3, 4, Honor Society 4. MUNGER, GEORGE: Football 1, 2, Cross Country 4, Wrestling 2, 4, Library Club 2, 3, Track 4. MURPHY, DONALD: Chorus 1, 2, Choir 3, 4, Camera Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Electronists Club 4. MURPHY, SANDRA: G.A.A. 1, Chorus 1, Glee Club 2, Y-Teens 4, Pep Club 4. MYERS, WILMA: Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Pep Band 1, 2, 3, 4, F.T.A. 2, 3, 4, Camera Club 3, 4, Business Club 4, Band Officers Club 2, 3, 4, Honor Society 4. NATWICK, GARY: Cross Country 1, 2, 3, Wrestling 1: Track 1, 2, 3, 4, Tri-Mic 4, Lettermen's Club 2, 3. NEAVEILL, DWAYNE: Tri-Mic 3. NEFF, JERRY NELSON, DIANE: Pep Club 4, Play 4, Thespians 4. NELSON, HOWARD NEWENHAM, KAREN: G.A.A. 1, 2, 3, 4, Assistant 3, 4, Rifie Club 2, Pep Club 3, 4, Office 4, Art Club 4, Camera Club 3. NEWTON, JAY: Tri-Mic 3, 4, Homeroom Chairman 3, 4, Football 2. NIELSEN, THOMAS: Football 1, 4, Gym Assistant 3, 4. OAKMAN, DORALEE: G.A.A. 2, Spanish Club 2 3, Y-Teens 4, Secretary 4, Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4, Pres. Adv. Glee Club 4, Original Oration 4, Debate 3, Extemp. 3, Honor Society 4, Secretary 4. ODENDAHL, BONNIE: Chorus 1, Glee Club 2, 3, 4, Sky- line 3, 4, Quill and Scroll 4, G.A.A. 1. 0'HARROW, MAUREEN: F.N.A. 3, G.A.A. 2, 3, 4, Chorus 1, Glee Club 2, 3, Choir 4, Office 4, Pep Club 3, Y-Teens 4. O'KLOCK, PAMELA: F.H.A. 2, 3, F.T.A. 2, 3, Key 2 3, 4, Editor-in-chief 4, G.A.A. 1, 2, 3, 4, Business club 2, 3, Cheerleader 1. 2, 3, 4, Chorus 1, Glee Club 2, 3, Choir 4, Y-Teens 1, 2, 3, 4, Pep Club 3, 4, Homecoming Queen, G.A.A. Assistant 4, Rep. to ISNU Camp, G.A.A. Royalty 4. ORLICH, MARGERY: G.A.A. 1, 2, 3, 4, Y-Teens 4. PARK, STANLEY PELTON, CAROL: Student Council 1, G.A.A. 2, 3, 4, Chorus 1, Gym Assistant 3, 4, Pep Club 4, Honor Society 4. PENCA, EDWARD: Football 1, 2, 3, 4, Track 1, 2, Sky- line 2, 3, Bio-Chemics 2, 3, Lettermen's Club 4, G.A.A. Royalty 4. PENDLETON, YVONNE: G.A.A. 3, 4, Business Club 3, 4, Pep Club 3, Camera Club 2, 3. PENNER, EUGENE: Declamation 1, 3, Band 1, 2, 3, 4, F.D.A. 4. PETERSEN, JENNIE: G.A.A. 1, 2, 3, 4, Assistant 3, Pep Club 3, 4, Chorus 1, Glee Club 2, 3, 4, Plays 4, Thes- pians 4, Quill and Scroll 3, 4, F.T.A. 3, Key 3, 4, Y-Teens 2, 3, Rifle Club 2. PINNER, MARILYN: G.A.A. 2, 3, 4, Bio-Chemics 2, 3, Bible Club 1, Business Club 4, Debate 2, Declamation 3, Office 4, Art Club 2, Glee Club 2. PLATT, MARTHA: F.H.A. 1, G.A.A. 2, 3, 4, Y-Teens 4, Pep Club 4, Chorus 1, Glee Club 2, 3, Choir 4. POTTER, PATRICIA: F.H.A. 1. POZWFLL, KARYN: Band 3, Office 4, Homeroom Recorder PUGH, MARTHA: G.A.A. 1, 2, 3, 4, Bio-Chemics 1, 2, 3, 4, Business Club 3, 4, Chorus 1, Glee Club 2, 3, Choir 49 Art Club 2, Key 4, Honor Society 4. PUSTELNIK, RONALD: Lettermen's Club 4, Plays 4, Intramurals 2, 4, Thespians 4, Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4, Junior Rotarian 4. PYEVICH, STEVE: Football 1, 2, 3, 4, Basketball 1, 2, Track 1, 2, 3, 4, Plays 4, Lettermen's Club 3, 4, Pep Club 4, Homecoming Royalty 4, Intramurals 3, 4, Junior Rotarian 4. PYLAND, DAVID: Band 1, 2, 3, 4, F.D.A. 4. QUILLIN, CAROLYN: F.H.A. 1. RASKE, ROBERT: Football 2, 3. RASMUSSEN, WILLIAM: Intramurals 1. RASSO, RUDOLPH: Spanish Club 3. RAY, DAVID: Tennis 3, 4, Captain 4, Lettermen's Club 43 PIHYS 3, 4, Thespians 4, Homecoming Royalty 4, Intramurals 4, Student Council 4, Jr. Rotarian 4, Home- iC:0gig.lx1rir::?1a Pzkin District Rep. 4, Panther Parade RAYMOND, MARY LOU: G.A.A. 1. REED, SHARON: G.A.A. 1, 2, 3, Chorus 1, Glee Club 2, 3. REESER, CONNIE: F.H.A. 2, - , , - 4: Office 4. 3' GAA' 2' 3' Pep Club REID, WILLIAM: Cross Country 3, 4, Track 3, 4. RHODES. JANET: Chorus 1, Glee 1 2" - ' - GA-A. 1, 2, 3, 4, Assistant ag F.T..g.ui af i,Sg2r?aii:'a:y 3i Llbfafv Club 2, 3, 4, State Vice-President 4, Thes- Plans 47 Y-Teens 2, 3, 4, Business Club 3, Key 3, 4, Play' Staff 42 POP Club 3, 4, Pres. 4, Honor Society 4. RITTEL, FAYE ROACH, SANDRA: G.A.A. 1, 2, a 4 Assistant 3- GA A Bossa 3 4, F.N.A. 2 3- P Cl'b,3- off- ' ' 4, Panther Parade 4,, H,on:rpSocliety,4. me 4' Y Teens ROBERSON, CHARLES: Library Club 2 3 4- Bio. Chemics 2, 3, 4 Pres. 4, D b t 3, E t l3',D ' - tion 2, Cross Cbuntry 1, Fixollzlfall 2. X emp i eclami ROCKWELL, PAULINE ROOT, RONALD ROMERO LINDA: St d t C 'l 1 2, Ch 1 f Spanish, Club 1, choiusmig Gll:cClub 2, a, fir eade' 2' ROSCZYK, JEANNE: G.A.A. 1 2 3 4' Gym A ' ta t 3, 4, Tennis 4, F.T.A. 2, 3, 4, Camera Club 2, 3, iilllulll and Scroll 4, Y-Teens 3, Pep Club 4, Panther Parade 4, Thespians 4, Plays 4, Chorus 1, Glee Club 2, Choir 3, 4, Declamation 4, Key 3, 4, Honor Society 4. ROTZ, SHERMAN: Band 1, 2. ROWE, WARREN: Glee Club 1, Skyline 3, 4, Business gialrgager 3, 4, Quill and Scroll 3, 4, F.D.A. 4, Vice-Presi- SADDORIS. KAREN: Cheerleader 1, Chorus 1, G.A.A. 1, 3. 4: Business Club 2, 3. 4, Secretary 4, Y-Teens 2, 3, Pep Club 3, 4. SANDOVAL, EDMUND: Cross Country 1, Tri-Mic 4. SCHADT, JUDITH: Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Pep Band 3, 4, Band Officers 2 3, 4, F.T.A. 2, 3, 4, Business Club 3, 4, Camera Club 4, Y-Teens 4, Key 1, 3, 4, Quill and Scroll 3, 4, Honor Society 4. ' SCHAVE, DENNIS: Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4, Football 1, 2, Basketball 1, 2, Intramurals 3, 4, Hi-Y 4, Vice-Presi- dent 4. SCHLETER, LESLEY: Basketball 1, Track 2, Cross Country 2, Rifle Club 1, Tri-Mic 4. SCHNEIDER, SANDRA SCHRODER, STEPHEN: Baseball 1, 2, 3, 45 Football 15 Rifle Club 35 Intramurals 45 Pep Club 45 Play 45 Panther Parade 45 Honor Society 4. SCHULTZ, SANDRA: Camera Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Treasurer 35 G.A.A. 2, 3, 45 F.T.A. 2, 3, 45 Chorus 15 Glee Club 25 Adv. Glee Club 35 Choir 45 Honor Society. SEGURA, MARY: G.A.A. 2, 3, 45 Spanish Club 2, 35 Y-Teens 45 Pep Club 3. SHAMASKO, JUDITH: G.A.A. 1, 2, 3, 45 Business Club 45 Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 45 Gym Assistant 3, 45 Chorus 15 Homeroom Chairman 4. SHANNON, J ULYLE: Glee Club 1, 25 Choir 3, 45 Student Council 15 Football 15 Baseball 1, 25 Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 45 Business Club 4. SHEDENHELM, WAYNE: Radio Club 45 Bio-Chemics 45 Rifle Club 3. SIMPSON, ELIZABETH: Band 1, 2, 3, 45 Pep Band 1, 2, 3, 45 Crescendo 3, 45 Accompanist 3, 45 F.T.A. 2, 3, 45 glamera Club 3, 45 Business Club 45 Y-Teens 45 Aeolian SIX. RONNIE SMITH, JOHN: Track 4. SMITH, MARTHA: Class Secretary 2, 35 Student Council 3, 4, Sec. 45 Declamation 1, 2, 3, 45 Debate 35 Quill and Scroll 3, 45 Skyline 3, 4, Faculty Editor 3, Activities Editor 45 Glee Club 1, 2, 3, Pres. 35 Choir 45 Ten Keys 45 G.A.A. 1, 2, 3, 45 Plays 3, 45 Gym Assistant 45 Home- coming Royalty 45 Panther Parade 45 Honor Society 4, Pres. 45 G.A.A. Royalty. SMITH, WILLIAM: Thespians 45 Pep Club 45 Lettermen's Club 3, 45 Plays 45 Panther Parade 45 Intramurals 45 Band 15 Baseball Mgr. 45 Football Mgr. 4. SNYDER, LILY ANN: G.A.A. 1, 2, 3, 45 Glee Club 2, 3, 45 Business Club 4. SOUCINEK, JAMES: Football 1, 2, 3, 45 Golf 1, 2, 3, 45 Lettermen's Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Treasurer 45 Intramurals 2 3, 4. SOUCINEK, RONALD STAUFFER, CAROL STEELE, JOHN: Football 45 Wrestling 45 Choir 3, 4, Pres. 45 Student Council 4, Pres. 45 Ten Keys 45 .Thes- pians 45 Quint-City Rep. 4, Pres. 45 Junior Rotarian 45 Plays 3, 45 Honor Society 45 Homecoming Prince 4. STEFFE, DUANE STEVENSON, KAY: Office 45 G.A.A. 1, 2, 3, 4, Board 2, 35 Y-Teens 1, 2, 3, 4, Vice-President 45 Pep Club 3, 45 Chorus 15 Glee Club 2, 35 Choir 4. STOCKWELL, SYLVIA: Chorus 15 Glee Club 2, 35 Choir 45 Ten Keys 45 Spanish Club 2, 35 F.T.A. 2, 35 Key 1, 2, 3, 45 Pep Club 3, 45 Plays 45 Quill and Scroll 3, 4. STOGDELL, ROBERT: Tri-Mic 3, 45 Rifle Club 1, 2. STONEKING, JAMES: Camera Club 1, 2, 35 Bio-Chemics 1, 2, 35 Key 2, 3, 45 Skyline 3, 45 Band 1, 2, 3, 45 Bible Club 1, 25 Art Club 2, 3, 45 Pep Club 45 Radio Club 4. STOTTS, WILLIAM: Rifle Club 2, 35 Intramurals 45 Wrestling 4. STUELAND, CARL: Glee Club 1, 25 Choir 3, 45 Tri-Mic 3, 45 Rifle Club 3. STULIR, FRED: Tri-Mic 3, Sec. 35 Thespians 45 Pep Club 45 Play Staff 4. SWANSON, RICHARD: Football 1, 2, 3, 45 Rifle Club 25 Tri-Mic 3, 4, Sec. 45 Lettermen's Club 4. SWEET, JUDY: Chorus 15 Glee Club 2, 3, 45 Pep Club 35 G.A.A. 1: Key 1, 25 Skyline 15 F.H.A. 15 F.D.A. 4. SWIATKIEWICZ, NANCY: G.A.A. 1, 2, 3, 45 Tennis 3, 45 Glee Club 2, 35 Chorus 15 Choir 4, Sec.-Treas. 45 F.N.A. 3, 4, Sec. 45 Pep Club 45 Y-Teens 45 G.A.A. As- sistant 35 Honor Society 4. TALAK, CAROLE: G.A.A. 1 2 3 4' Chorus 1' Glee Club 2, 3, 45 Office 45 Y-Teens 35 'Pep Club 3,,45 G.A.A. Assistant 3. 1 ALLENT DONALD: F tb ll 15 Tennis 15 Intramura s T 1, 2, 3, 45 Tri-Mic 35 Iain? Club 35 Pep Club 45 Play Staff 4. THIEM, JAMES THOMPSON, WAYNE TISDALE. SUSAN: G.A.A. 1, 2, 35 Skyline 1, 25 F.N.A. 45 Pep Club 35 Glee Club 2, 3. TOWNSEND, DARLENE: Camera Club 2. TRICE, WILLIAM: Football 1, 2, 45 Basketball 15 Base- ball 1, 25 Lettermen's Club 45 Wrestling 1, 2, 3, 45 Glee Club 1, 25 Intramurals 1, 2, 3. VALLEJO, ANGIE: Football 1, 2, 3, 45 Baseball 1, 2, 3, 45 Basketball 1, 2, 3, 45 Lettermen's Club 2, 3, Q, Presi- dent 45 Class President 1, 2, 35 Class Vice-President 45 Student Council 1, 2, 35 Homecoming King 45 G.A.A. Prince 4. VAN DE VELDE, BETTY: Chorus 1. VAN HECKE, MARY JO: G.A.A. 1, 2, 3, 45 F.H.A. 1, 2, 3, 4, Treas. 2, F.H.A. Leadership Camp 4, Vice-President 45 Library Club 2, 3, 4, Sec. 45 Chorus 15 Glee Club 2, 35 Choir 45 F.T.A. 45 Declamation 45 Student Council 2, Pekin District Rep. 25 Homecoming Royalty 45 Pep Club 3, 45 Panther Parade 45 Homeroom Recorder 45 Honor Society 45 G.A.A. Royalty 4. VAN KLAVEREN, PATRICIA: Spanish Club 1, 2, 3, Sec. 35 Cheerleader 1, 25 Student Council 1, 25 Chorus 15 Glee Club 25 G.A.A. 1. VAJIII bNORWAY, ANNETTE: G.A.A. 1, 2, 3, 45 Business u 4. VAN VALKENBURG, EVERETT: Basketball 1, 2, 3, 45 Track 1, 2, 3, 45 Football 15 Lettermen's Club 45 Tri- Mic 3, Treasurer 3. VAN VLIETE, JEANNE: G.A.A. 1, 2, 3, 4, President 45 F.N.A. 45 Pep Club 45 Tennis Team 2, 3, 45 Gym Assist- ant 35 G.A.A. Royalty Princess 4. VAN ZUIDEN, RICHARD: Football 2. VERMEULEN, ROSALIE: Chorus 1, F.H.A. 1, 45 G.A.A. 1, 25 Pep Club 35 Business Club 45 Key 3. VERSLUIS, MARTHA: G.A.A. 1, 2, 35 F.H.A. 1, 25 Art Club 2, 35 Pep Club 35 Cheerleader 25 F.D.A. 45 Glee Club 2, 35 Chorus 15 Y-Teens 2, 3. VERSYPT, JOANNE: F.H.A. 1, 2, 3, 4, Vice-Pres. 3, Pres. 45 Declamation 1, 2, 3, 45 Oration 2, 35 Original Oration 3, 45 Plays 1, 2, 3, 45 Quill and Scroll 3, 45 Thespians 2, 3, 4, Vice-Pres. 45 Class Vice-Pres. 35 Student Council 3, 4, Vice-Pres. 4, Pekin District Rep. 45 Pep Club 3, 45 Y-Teens 3, 45 Homecoming Royalty 45 Skyline Staff 2, 3, 4, Senior Editor 45 Key Staff 15 Chorus 15 Glee Club 35 F.H.A. Leadership Camp 35 D.A.R. Award 45 Honor Society 4, Vice-Pres. 4. VINES, TRUDY: Band 1, 25 Bible Club 15 Bio-Chemics 1, 2, 3, Historian 2, Treasurer 35 Debate 35 G.A.A. 2, 3, 45 Homeroom Chairman 45 Original Oration 45 Poetry 45 Panther Parade 4, Editor 45 Office 45 Honor Society 4, Treasurer 45 Plays 45 Thespians 4. VOGELGESANG, VICKI: G.A.A. 1, 2, 3, 45 Y-Teens 45 Glee Club 2, 35 Choir 4. VOORHIS, HENRY WAEYAERT, ROGER: D.E. 4. WAKEFIELD, JAMES: Baseball 1, 2, 3, 45 Basketball 1, 2, 3, 45 Football 1, 2, 3, 45 Lettermen's Club 2, 3, 4. WALKER, PAUL: Basketball 15 Baseball 1, 2, 3, 45 Intra- murals 2, 3, 4. WESTBROOK, ROCHELLE: G.A.A. 1. WIKLUND, PAUL: Tri-Mic 3, 4. WILDERMUTH, KAREN: F.H.A. 15 G.A.A. 1, 2, 35 Pep Club 35 F.D.A. 45 Chorus 1. WILKENS, NORMAN: Chorus 1, 25 Choir 3, 4, Vice- President 45 Tri-Mic 3, 4, Vice-Pres. 35 Pres. 45 Honor Society 4. WILKINSON, DELORES: F.N.A. 1. WILLIAMS, JAMES: D.E. 4. WILLIAMS, SHARON: G.A.A. 1, 2, 35 F.T.A. 2, 3, 45 F.N.A. 35 Chorus 15 Glee Club 2, 35 Choir 45 Practice Teaching 45 Honor Society 4. WILLIAMS, STANLEY: Football 15 Basketball 15 Track 15 D.E. 45 Intramurals 3. WILSON, BEATRICE: G.A.A. 1, 2, 3, 45 Girls Glee Club 1, 25 Y-Teens 45 F.H.A. 1, 45 Debate 45 Art Club 45 Tennis Team 1. WILSON, CAROL: Skyline 45 Panther Parade 45 Plays 45 G.A.A. 1, 2, 3, 45 F.T.A. 2, 3, 4, Treasurer 45 Stu- dent Teacher 45 Student Council 25 Class Vice-Pres. 25 Poetry 45 Office 2, 35 Pep Club 45 G.A.A. Assistant 3. 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Larson, Theresa-42, 128, 130 Al -41 162 Index Editor CAROL WILSON SENIORS Adams, Patricia-32, 156, 158, 159, 171, 178 Akers, Patricia-25, 32, 127, 138, 144, 148, 171, 178 Aldrich, Linda-32, 124 Anderson, Debbie-32, 117, 144, 148, 166, 178 Anderson, Mable Anderson, Nola-32, 91, 115, 134, 135, 138, 139, 144, 148, 160, 171,177 Arbeau, Douglas-32, 128, 130 Badtke, Violet-32, 126 Bailey, Luther-33, 128, 130 Ballegeer, Leroy-160 Bauwens, Loretta-32, 160 Beert, Gerald-33 Belman, Louis-33 Benson, Lynda-33, 54, 57, 115, 119, 138, 144, 148, 157, 159, 166,167, 168, 169, 170, 171, 172,178 Bideaux, Richard-33 Billings, Gordon-33, 149 Boles, Lois-33, 131, 133, 160 Bond, Phillip-32, 92, 108, 142 Bottorff, Kay-33, 115, 138, 148, 156, 158, 171 Bowker, Melvin-34 Bowling, Irene-33 Bowman, Marlyn-34 Boxszgg, Nancy-25, 33, 127, 132, 138, 148, 168, 171, Bradley, Maurice-33, 130 Braet, Jim-92, 93, 106, 107, 142, 143, 153 Breretan, Samuel-32 Brown, Richard-33 Bushnell, Patricia-33, 128, 129 Cacori, Paul-35, 92, 142 Index Hanson, Brent-38 Harrington, Richard-38, 168 Harsch, Curtis-38, 57, 122, 144, 148, 160, 178 Hayes, James-38, 56, 110, 144 Hemm, Connie-38 Hernandez, Adele-38 Hernandez, Alice-38 Herrera, Linda-38, 162 Hill, Kathleen-38, 115, 122, 123, 127, 138, 174 Hoff, Ronald-39, 98, 99, 106, 142, 148, 153 Hofstetter, Steve-29, 39, 92, 93, 96, 140, 142, 144, 153 177, 178 Hokinson, Patricia-39, 162 Holden, Robert-39, 92, 94 Hollomon, Michael-39, 149, 160 Hopkins, Gerald-39, 91, 98, 106, 142, 177 Hostens, Clyde-39, 54, 160 Huff, Judy-25, 39, 126, 162, 175 Huggort, Edward-39, 110, 149 Huggins, Sandra-39, 126, 138, 141, 174 Huskey, Terr -39 Huston, Sondra-39, 126, 138, 144, 148, 175 Huyvaert, Vicki-18, 39, 57, 132, 133, 138 Irwin, Darrel-39, 160 Jackson, Virginia-40, 157, 159, 162 Jacobs, Bob-40, 149 Johnson, Benton-40, 121 Johnson, Douglas-40 Johnson, Gory-40 Johnson, Jerry-40, 128, 129 Johnson, Howard-40 Jokisch, Jones, J Sandra-40, 56 ackio-25, 40, 126, 131, 132, 133, 130, 140, 175 Jones, Robert-40 Canfield, Gary-108, 142 Carlson, Carole Carpentier, Mike-34, 92, 142, 148, 170 Carroll, Francis-34 Castens, Ronnie-34, 149 Christensen, Sondra-34, 162 Clauw, Sandro-34, 126, 132, 138 Clevenger, Delbert-34, 160 Coder, David-35 Collins, Linda-34 Combes, Stephen Conover, Karen-34, 115, 127, 141 Cook, Rodney-35, 93, 104, 106, 142, 170, 177 Cooper, David Cox, George-34, 156 Cremeens, Bill-35 Janes, Sheryl-40, 128, 129 Kaiser, William-40, 123, 124 Karben, Frank-40, 98, 106, 148, 171 Kean, llana-40, 54, 144, 148, 1 Kelly, Dennis-41 Kirkpatrick, Michael-41 78 Knaack, Judith-41, 124, 157, 158, 159, 173 matar Karen 41 135,139,147 Ko , - , Krombeck, Sandra-41 Lake, Thomas Lancaster, Nancy-42, 178 ara 41 138 162 Lang, Barb - , , LoPeere, Joyce-41, 138, 144, 153, 170, 174 Cruz, John-34, 92, 93, 94, 110, 111, 142 Curry, Gerald-34, 54, 144, 178 Daly, Joel-35, 149 Damp, Marsha-35, 120, 138, 141, 144, 160, 171, 177 Damp, Marty-35, 149 Davidson, Estelle-14, 35, 120, 124, 144, 160 Davis, Darlene-35 Davis, Karen Jean-35, 124, 138 Decastecker, Allan-35, 149 DeClerck, Donna-35 DeClerck, Jeanne-35 DeGraeve, Barbara--35, 173 Derby, Deanna-36 Detherage, Naomi-36 Dixon, .Jackie-36, 128, 130 Duesterhause, Marvin-36 Eddleman, Karen-36, 126, 173 Ely, Katherine-34 Farber, Bill-36, 149 Farris, Judy-36 Ferrier, Kay-36, 126, 140, 173 Fick, Jerold-37, 149 Flinn, James-37, 144, 149 Flowers, Carol-37 Ferret, Clarence Freeman, Almedo-37 Fuller, Janet-37, 124, 134, 135, 138, 160, 178 Fulscher, Mary-37, 162 Garcia, Galvin-37, 160 - Gouker, Russell-37 Giles, Orbie-37, 91, 92, 93, 94, 96, 98, 99, 101, 177 Glaudel, Carole-37 Gotheridoe, Sharon-25, 37 Graham, Carol-37, 162, 173 Granell, Sondra-37, 131 Greb, Karen-38, 157, 158, 159 Guild, Thomas-120, 122, 134, 135, 168, 178 Haefs, Suzanne-38, 56, 115, 122, 123, 150, 156, 158, 159, 172, 178 Hakemon, Kenneth-38 Hall, Carol-29, 38, 56, 117, 139, 153, 176, 177 Lositer, veto , Loud, Kenneth-29, 41, 109, 142, 144, 148, 153, 154, 155, 171 laud, Walter Lawrence, Nathaniel-41, 91, 104 Lee, Clora-42 Leland, Joanne-25, 42, 151, 168, 171, 178 Lemkau, Carsten-41, 109, 110, 142, 144 Lewis, Terry-42, 149 Lewis, Wayne-42, 157 Liedtke, Sondra-42, 126, 157, 178 Lindley, Norman-42, 128, 129 Lippelgoes, Richard-42, 128, 129, 130, 144 livesoy, Linda-25, 42, 126, 138, 143, 144, 154, 155, 162, 170, 177 Loll, Frank-42, 98, 100, 142, 148, 153, 154, 155, 170, 171, 176, 177 Longnecker, Mary-42, 160 Lowe, Dianna-42, 128 Lysell, Walter-43 Mahan, Terry-43, 92, 93, 96, 110, 111, 142, 153 Malinoski, Caroline-43, 133, 138, 141 Malmlotf, Melvin Morx, Judith-43, 133, 138, 141 Massa, Charles-43, 149 Mathias, Phil-43, 129, 130, 144 Mayhew, Edmond-43, 104, 142 McDonel, Joyce-25, 43, 127, 138, 144, 178 McFarlin, William-43 McKay, Samuel-43 McLain, Judy-43 McLoufgIin, Betty-43, 135, 144 McLean, Frank Mclean, Shirley-43, 162 Mclemore, JoAnn-44 Milburn, William-43 Milem, Joy-44 Millen, Gary-44, 106, 140 Miller, Caroly-160 Miller, David-44 Miller, Paul-44, 92, 104 Miller, Wayne-44, 54, 114, 171, 178 Patrons Editor WADE WOOD Mills, David-44, 144, 149 Mitts, Carolyn-44, 132, 133, 141, 144 Mix, Maxine-44, 120, 162, 175 Molnar, Patricia-44, 138, 141, 144, 148, 153, 175, 178 Monstrey, Marcella-44, 128, 130 Moose, Velma-10, 45, 57, 124, 126, 127, 138, 144, 160, 172 Mourise, Gene-45, 128, 130 Mulligan, Roberta-45, 126, ul, 173, 17a Munger, George-45, 104 Murphy, Donald-45, 160 Murphy, Sandra-45, 144 Myers, Gary Myers, Wilma-45, 156, 158, 159 Numark, c-my-45, no, 111, 149 Neal, Wayne Neaveill, Dwayne-160 Neff, Gerald-45 Nelson, Diane-45, 144, 148 Newenham, Karen-25, 45, 120, 138, 139, 144 Newton, Jay-32, 45, 149 Nielsen, Thomas-45, 92 Oakman, Doralee-46, 141, 168 Odendohl, Bonnie Kay-45, 162, 172 O'Harrow, Maureen-25, 45, 141, 143, 160 O'Klock, Pam-46, 117, 138, 151, 152, 153, 155, 156, 167, 174, 175, 177 Orlich, Margery-46, 141 Park, Stanley-46 Pelton, Carol-46, 138 Penca, Edward-46, 174, 177 Pendleton, Yvonne-46 Pennor, Eugene-46, 129, 157 Petersen, Jennie-46, 138, 144, 162, 175 Pinner, Marilyn-25, 46, 126 Platt, Martha-46, 141, 144, 160 Poelvaorde, Dennis Potter, Patricia-46 Powell, Karyn-25, 44, 46 Pugh, Martha-47, 122, 123, 138, 160, 171, 175 Pustelnik, Ronald-47, 54, 106, 107 142, 148, 171 Pyevich, Steve-47, 92, 93, 106, 142, 153 Pyland, David--128, 130, 156 Quillin, Carolyn-47 Quinn, Patricia-160 Roske, Robert-47 Rasmussen, William-47 Rosso, Rudolph-47 Ray, David-47, 91, 114, 142, 148, 153, 154, 155, 171, 177, 178 Raymond, Mary Lou-47 Reed, Sharon-47 Reeser, Connie-47 Reid, William-47, 148, 170 Rhodes, Janet-47, 134, 138, 140, 141, 144, 145, 148, 160, 175, 178 Rittel, Faye-48 Roach, Sandra-25, 48 Roberson, Charles-122, 123, 140 Rockwell, Pauline-48 Romero, Lindo-48, 162, 173 Root, Ronald-48 Rosczyk, Jeanne-48, 115, 124, 135, 138, 139, 148, 160 167, 171, 174, 178 Rotz, Sherman-48 Rowe, Warren-48, 128, 129, 130, 172 Saddaris, Karen--48, 126, 138 Sandoval, Edmund-32, 48, 149 , Schadt, Judy-48, 156, 158, 159, 174 Schave, Dennis-48, 106, 112 Schleeter, Lesley-48, 149 Schneider, Sandra-48 Schroder, Stephen-49, 106, 113, 144, 178 Schultz, Sandra-49, 124, 134, 138 Segura, Mary-49 Shamasko, Judy-49, 138 Shannon, Julyle-49 Shedenhelrn, Wayne-49 Simpson, Elizabeth-49, 56, 156, 158, 159, 163 Six, Ronnie-49 Smith, John Smith, Martha-49, 54, 138, 139, 148, 151, 154, 155, 166, 167, 168, 170, 171, 172, 178 Smith, William-49, 106,1142, 144, 148, 171, 177, 178 Snyder, Lily Ann-41, 49, 126, 138 Soucinek, James-50, 91, 92, 94, 108, 113, 142, 170 Soucinek, Ronald-49 Stouffer, Carol Steele, John-49, 54, 57, 92, 148, 151, 153, 154, 155, 160, 169, 170, 171 Steffe, Duane-50 Stevenson, Kaye-25, 49, 141, 144, 160 Stockwell, Sylvia-50, 56, 144, 160, 168, 171, 175, 178 Stogdell, Robert-50, 149 Stoneking, James-50, 173, 175 Stotts, William-50 Stueland, Carl-50, 149, 160 Stulir, Fred-W, 56, 110, 144, 148 Swanson, Richard-50, 92, 142, 149 Sweet, Judy-50, 128, 162 Swiotkiewicz, Nancy-20, 50, 57, 115, 127, 138, 144, 160 Tolak, Carole-25, 50, 138, 144, 162 Tallent, Donald-51, 144 Thiem, James-51, 149 Thompson, Wayne-51 Timbrook, Lonna Tisdale, Susan-51, 162, 166 Townsend, Darlene-51 Trice, William-50 vermin, Anya.-29, 51, 91, 92, 93, va, wo, 101, noe, 142, 152, 153, 177 VanDeVelde, Betty-51 VanHecke, Mary Jo-51, 131, 132, 133, 134, 135, 140, 144, 153, 160, 166,177 Vanlilaveren, Patricia-51 VanNorway, Annette-51 VonVaIkenburg, Everett-51, 98, 100, 110, 142, 143, 177 VanVliete, Jeanne-51, 57, 115, 127, 138, 139, 144, 177 Vanluiden, Richard-51 Vermeulen, Rosalie-51 Versluis, Martha-52, 128, 130 Verlypt, JoAnne-28, 52, 132, 133, 144, 148, 150, 153, 154, 155, 166, 167, 168,170, 172 Vines, Trudy-25, 52, 138, 148, 150, 168, 178 Vogelgesang, Vicki-52, 138, 160 Voarhis, Henry-52 Waeyaert Roger-52, 128, 129, 130 wqu.fa.1J, Jam-ss, 91, 92, va, 94, va, va, 99, wa, 142, 177 Walker, Paul-52, 56, 106 Wiklund, Paul-53, 149 Wildermuth, Karen-52, 128 Wilkens, Norman-52, 149, 160, 169 Wilkinson, Delores-52 Williams, James-52, 128, 129 Williams, Sharon-52, 135, 160 Williams, Stanley-53, 128, 129 Wilson, Beatrice-53, 132, 138 Wilson, Carol-53, 134, 138, 148, 171, 172, 178 Wilson, slime.-sa, 54, isa, wo, 177 Wilson, Willa-25, 52, 138, 155, 162, 175, 177 Wingert, DeRoy-53, 149 Winkelbauer, Jim-53, 149 Womack, Kenneth-53 Wood, Wade-53, 173 Woolley, Virginia-127, 160 Wriedt, Wayne-53 Wykert, Herbert-50, 144 Young, Ronald Zimmerman, Virginia-53 Westbrook, Rochelle-52 JUNIORS Adams, Judith-60, 157, 159 Ader, Perry-60, 92, 149 Akers, Richard-60, 156, 15 Allen, Melinda-60, 67, 162 Ammermon, Gloria Anders, Karen-66, 157, 159 Anerson, Barbara-60 Anerson. Dennis-60, 144 Anderson, Gerald-60 Anderson, James-60, 149 Andon, Pete-60, 149 Armstrong, Dale-60 Arvanis, Harry-60, 92, 140, 142, 155 AuKee, Perry-60 Ash, Josie-66 Baker, Mariorie-66, 126, 174 Baker, Williams-60 Baltzell, lan-60, 98 larboutis, Katherine-60, 132 Bore, Mark-60, 98, 101, 114, 140, 142, 155 Batten, La -60, 149 Bell, Danally Bell, Gary-60 Bell, Geraldine-160 Belman, Cecelia-60, 162 Belowske, Roger-60 Bessee. Robert Bettis. Zella-60 Blackman, Carol-60 Blackwell, Joyce-60 Blair, John-60 Bockhause, George-60, 112 lomell, Rosemary-60 Bradley, Janet Brereton, Ellen-25, 60 Brewer, Lonnie-60, 149 Brewer, Richard-60, 105, 110, 149 Britt, Donald-66 Britton, Donna-60 Brooks, Rita Brookhart, William Brown, Marilyn-60, 127, 162 Buchen, Robert-60, 140 Burney, Ronald-60 Cabar, Barbara-60, 67, 141, 162 Cabar, Donald-60 Caldwell, John-60, 104, 142 Campbell, Thomas-60, 106, 173 Carlson. Gary-92, 106, 144, 149 Carpenter, John-60. 156 Carson, Myron-114 Carteo, Joseph Casillas, Robert-60 Cassidy, llene-60, 141 Cattoir, Dorothy-60, 156, 158, 159, 164 Caulkins, Judy-60 Chapman, Jerry-60, 102, 110 Clark, Connie-60 Clark, Dean-60, 149 Clarke, Roger-60, 160 Claus, Michael-60 Clausen, Raymond-60 Clover, Stella-60 Coleman, Florance-60 Collier, Sue-60 Comins, William Cook, Daniel-60 Copeland, Warren-60, 98, 110, 134, Coronell, Nellie Catton, Royal-60 Covert, Colleen-60 Cowser, Ronald-66, 108 Craig, Sheryl-60 Crouch, Ronnie-60, 135, 140 135. 169 Janowshi, James-62, 92, 156, 159 Jefferson, Beverly-62, 127, 162 Johnson, Andrew-92, 104, 148 Johnson, Earl-62, 92, 142 Johnson, Edmund-149 Johnson, Frederick-149 Johnson, Jones, Da Margo ret-62 vid Jones, LeRoy-62 Keel, Mary Kincaid, James Culley, Barbara-60, 134, 160, 167 Cunningham, Jerry-60 Cutler, Judy-60, 115 Doggett, Azalee-60 Damm, Neal-60, 92, 142, 149 Davie, Alvin-61 Davis, Donald-60, 160 Davis, Sue-61, 141, 175 Dawchinske, Martha-61 Dearborn, Richard-61 Deloo, Janne-61, 124, 146, 166 DeGraeve, Paul-66, 105 DeGronde, Joyce-61, 135, 141, 144, 162 DeGreve, Dean-61 Delaegher, Joe-59, 92, 106, 142, 143, 155 DeMarlie, Jeff-61 DeMay, Joseph-149 DeMoyers, Maurice DeMuynck, Eric-61 Deliammelaere, Rene-61, 160 Diericks, Alfonso Diericks, Robert Dinneweth, Diane-61, 162, 170 Ditch, Gene-92, 120, 121, 122, 123, 124, 160 Dobweiner, Larry--61, 98, 106 Donder, Janice-61 Draper, Barbara Draper, John-66 Duff, Karen-61, 141 Duke, Dan-61, 170 Dzchunskas, Anita Edmunds, William Ely, Elaine-61 Engholm, Albert-61 Entrikln, Nell-61 Erickson, Judith-61, 157, 159 Eshelman, Dianne-139, 162 Fairman, .lames-61 Fanter, Auther-61, 120, 121 Felter, Clairce Fenno, Frank Ferrel, Don-92, 112 Fields, Spencer-61 Finley, Clifford-61 Fisher, Judith-62, 160 Flowers, Dorothy-62, 160 Fluegel, Robert-61 Ford, Clifford Foutch, Cheryl-61, 144 Francis, Karen-6, 61, 63, 67, 68, 135, 141, 144, 160, 172 Frederickson, William Frees, Larry ' Frels, Dale-61, 173 French, Eugene Frenell, Gerald Freyman, Richard-62, 92, 142 Fuller, Ronald-61, 160 Fulscher, Gary-62, 140 Fulscher, Robert Gabriel, Edmond Garcia, Irene-61 Gates, Leland Garvin, George-62, 67, 108, 142 Gerhardt, James-62, 98, 110 Gerlach, Ernie-62, 106 Gillespie, Jim-92, 110, 144, 170 Gillespie, Mike Girt, Gail-61 Gnatovlch, .lahn-62 Garden, John-62 Graham, John-62 3'3" s',1"i,"'Ei'i 'fi r en, ic ae , 4,134, 140, 144, 1 , Griffith, David-62, 144, 149 48 mo Griffith, Sandro-62 Grosz, Norma-62, 162 Guerrero, Arnold-62 Guerrero, Carmen Halse, William-62, 124 Hamrick, Robert-62, 104, 106, 142 Hanson, Sandra-62 Hontz, Peter-62, 149 Harlan, Kenneth-62 Hart, Connie-62 Hart, Nancy-62, 115, 134, 162 Hayes, Joyce-62, 144, 162 Held, Eugene-62 Hernandez, Robert Hfflfidt, David-62, 92, 93, 104, 110, 111, 142 Hrgoerson, Anita-62 Higgerson, Bonita-62 Higgerson, Juanita-62 Hill, James-62 Hill. Vincent-105 Hines, Dan Hinton, Lincoln Hipkins, Marllyn-62 Hoepfner, lorry Hallowell, James-62, 142 Holmes, Diana-62 Holmgren, John-62, 160, 174 Hornan, Judith-62, 135, 141, 157, 158, 159, 175 Howell, Sharon-62, 170 Hughes, Michael-98 Huff, Katherine-62 Hull, J. P.-160, 174 Hull, Lindo-62 Hunter, Todd-62 Hurd, Patty-62, 141 Hyde, Rosemary-62, 126, 141 Immesoete, Raymond-62 lmmesoete, Ronald-62, 149 Ishmael, Fred-62 Isom, Terry-62 Jaecques, Paul Kipp, Janet-62, 135, 141, 144, 162 Knight, Donna-59, 63, 115, 117, 141, 144, Knight, Sandra Knoh, Laura-63 Koehler, Paulo-63, 135, 141, 162 Komatar, Frank-63 Kopatich, Raymond-63 Kriegermeier, Charles-66 Laird, Robert-63, 174 Lond, Carolyn-63 Lampe, Donald-63, 149 Lancaster, Carolyn-25, 63, 135 Lang, David-113 Lange, Linda-63, 134, 140, 141, 144, 145, Larson, Robert-114 Launius, Sharon-63 lauritzson, Katherine-66 Lauritzson, Mary Lauritzson, Ruth-63 Leach, Ronald leader, Richard-63 Leehy, Lovina-63 Leeper, Richard-63, 92, 104, 110, 142, 170 Leiborietz, Richard-63, 98 Lemkanu, Fred-66 Lesthaeghe, Lucille-63 Lewis, Deanna-63, 157 Lewis, Delores-127 Little, Arnold-149 Littlewood, Carol-25, 63, 141, 144, 160 Lohse, John-63, 92, 120, 121, 144 Langnecker, Larry-63, 149 Lovett, Robert-112, 114 Lucero, Joseph-63, 162 Lueders, Fred-62 Lundahl, Jean Lee-63, 162 Lundeen, Diana Lundeen, Linda-63 Lydon, Sharon-63, 141, 144, 162, 175 Mackey, Norine-63, 141, 144, 162 Madson, Donald-66 Malmstrom, Joann-63 Malmstrom, Judy-63 Martel, Joseph-63, 149 Martens, Nancy-63, 162 Martin, Betty-63 Martin, Mary-63 Martin, Steve-63, 121 Martinez, Alfred-92, 93, 142, 143 Massa, Ella-63 Mayfield, Claudia-63, 162 Mayhew, Linda-63 McChurch, John-63, 110 McCord, Nigel-63, 160 McDonald, Raymond-63 McKee, Thomas-157 Mclean, Donald-160 McMullen, Sandra-65, 162 Mercy, Terry-64, 149 Meyer, Dennis-64, 106, 144 Meyer, Violetta Meyers, Georganno-64, 162 Milburn, Robert-64, 157 Miller, Gene-64 Miller, George Mitton, Dennis Mittan, Gary-64, 149 Mohr, Eugene-64, 149 Moody, Kathleen-64 Moore, Patricia-156 Mosher, Thomas-64 Mountain, William-64 Munos, Thomas Murdock, Cecil-64, 144, 149 Murphy, Barbara-64, 141, 162 Murphy, Ronald-144 Murphy, Sharon-134, 135, 138, 141, 144, 1 Myers, Wanda-64, 141, 156, 159 Noche, Valentine-64, 113 Nalevanke, Ronald-64, 146, 149 Neaveill, Norlin-64 Nelson, Donald-64, 146 Noftsher, Sherry-64, 162 Nergren, Karen-64 Norin, Eva-64 Norris, Sandro-63, 162 Norton, Frederick-64, 169 Obleness, Gerald-64, 156 Ohrberg, James Oneth, Pattie-64, 160 Orendoff, Daniel Osborn, Patricia-64 Osbourne, Thomas-64, 149 Overby, Carol-64 Overmire, Sheryl-64, 141 Pardee, Nela-64 Parker, Nancy-66 PGYNSH, Steve-64, 92, 104, 110, 112, 142 Pease, Bruce Perkins, Judith-64, 141, 144, 148, 162, 171 Phillips, Donna-64 Picon, Mary Jn-64 Pollentier, David Potter, Mary-64 Powell, Paula-64, 144, 162 Priebe, Dan-64, 124 Prieto, Anthony-64, 112 Pulver, Sandra-64 Radokovich, Donna-25, 64 Radford, Sandra-64 Rogan, Karen-64, 141, 144, 162 RGIYISOY, Nancy-64, 162 Rangel, Ernest-64, 113 Rosso, Virginia-64 Rosso, Janet Redman, Norma-66, 162 1 1 62 171 Reid, Carolyn-64, 127, 141, 144 Reveal, Carol-64, 141, 15, 15B, 159, 160 Rexroth, Kenneth-64, 149 Rickey, Jerrold-64, 149 Ridenour, Carl Rigsby, Rosalie-64, 139 Robertson, Dalton-64, 149 Robertson, Sandra-64 Robinson, Carolyn-64 Robinson, Garry-64 Robyt, Carol-64, 127 Rogers, Mary-64, Root, Marilyn-64, Ross, Yvonne Rae Rule, Sandra-64, 127, 162 Rusk, Earl-64 Rylander, Donald-64 Sainer, Rosemary-64, 126 Sanders, Donald-64 Sanders, Vivian-64, 134, 144, 160 Sandoval, Henry Saucedo, Frederick-64, 9B Sauser, Robert-65, 156, 155, 159 Schattemon, Orrin-65, 149 Schmidtlein, Ann-65 Schmooke, Linda-65 Schoellermann, Martin-65, 157 Schold, Sam-92, 142, 143 Schroder, Stanley-65, 106, 107, 144 Schubert, Kathleen-162 Schutz, Barbara-65 Schwenneker, Earl-65 Scott, Carol-65, 162 Scott, Nancy-65, 115, 141 Seabloom, Harold-65, 120, 121 See, Janet-65, 159 Seidlitz, William-65 Severns, Connie-65 Sheese, Dixie Shipma, Sandra-65, 141, 162 Shivers, Melvin-65 Shull, Karan-126, 141, 144, 146 Sierra, Esperanza-65 Siirila, Archie-65 Siverly, Ronald Skinner, Linda-65 Smith, Eleanor-65, 162 Smith, Richard-65 Snot-DP. Dale-65 Sodeman, George Sparrowgrave, Kenneth-65 Stahl, John-65 Stanlake, Wayne-65 Steele, Janet-65, 141, 144, 145, 148, 160, 171 Stensvagg, Cathryn-65, 141, 144, 146, 166, 170 Stevens, Richard Stevenson, John-65 Stewart, Marla-65, 157, 158, 159, 173 Stirratt, Donna Stoneburner, Kathleen-65, 135, 156, 159, 177 Stoneking, Gary-65, 149 Stout, Randall-65 Summers, James-65 Summgas, Judith-58, 65, B0, 90, 141, 144, 149, 160, 1 132, 141 141, 175 Sunken, Carletta-65 Suss, Kenneth-105, 144 Sutton, Greta-65 Swoils, Barbara-65, 126, 132, 141, 144, 156, 175 Swanson, Marsha-66, 126, 144 Sweat, Herbert-66, 146 Swift, Gary-66 Tate, Larry-66, 160 Taylor, Vicky-59, 66, 126, 141, 144, 154, 155, 162, 175 Theunlnch, Richard-92 Thiem, Karen-66, 160 Thomas, Eileen-66, 156 Thomas, Robert-66, 156, 159 Thompson, Howard-66 Tipton, Donna-66, 120, 141 Towsen, Patricia-66 Trice, Walter-66 Tweddell, Sandra-66, 117, 156, 15B Upton, Russell-160, 166 Vaccaro, Charlene-66, 141 Valdes, Felipe Vanbell, Richard-66, 10B Van Vorren, Harold Verleye, Jeannie-66, 126, 132 Vershow, Priscilla-66 Wadsoger, Eugene-66 Walker, Janet-66, 127, 162 Wallace, Carole-66, 127, 162 Walton, Nannette-66, 100, 141 Walton, Ralph Ward, Keith-66 Warren, Byron-66, 114, 142 Warren, Deon-66, 110, 170 Webster, Charles Weekley, Michele-66, 138, 141, 144, 162 Weisbrook, Craig-66 Wells, Gary Wells, Mary lou-66, 126, 162 Wheeler, Marvin Whipple, Jean-66 White, Bennie-66 Williams, Jock Williams, Lindo-66, 160 Wilson, Nancy-66, 127, 138, 140, 144, 155, 162, 174 Windland, Carol-66 Wise, Gerry Wise, Jerry Witherspoon, Janice-66, 169 Withrow, Louise-66 Womack, Nadine-66, 144, 162 Wyatt, Carol-162 Yates, Wayne-66 Yeager, Evan-149 Young, Jack-66, 174 Zukas, John-66, 122, 123 SGPIIOMORES Achilles, Suzanne-70, 144 Allbritton, Marcella-70, 163 Allison, Janice Allison, Judlth-70 Ammermon, Frank-70. 110 Amos, Jack-78 Anderson, Gary-78 Anderson, Janet-70 Anderson, Richard-70, 124, 165 Anderson, Terry-70, 96, 102, 145 Ash, Robert-96, 102 Athorp, Craig-70, 124, 173 Ballard, Kathy-70, 131, 144, 163 Barton, Linda-70 Bazor, Danny-77 Bazar, Judith-70 Beale, La Verne Bealer, Richard-70, 96, 110 Beard, Sally-70, 163 Beasley, Lee-70 Beandry, Marilyn-70, 163 Bebout, Kaye-70 Bell, Janet-70 Belman, Rose-70, 144, 147 Benedict, Frank-70, 102, 145, 155 Bergstrand, James-70, 140 Berthoud, Donald-70 Betcher, John-7B Benens, Dixie Blanchard, Paul-7B, 165 Bloomberg, Joylin-70, 141, 156, 174 Bobb, Geraldine-70, 144, 163 Bowers, James-70 Bowman, Kenneth-70, 110 Brakley, Norman-78 Breeden, Marilyn-70 Brewer, Jerry-78 Britt, Dean Britton, Gary-70, 110 Brooke, Kent-70, 165 Brown, Sharon-70, 145 Bulen, Sue-70, 156 Burns, Kenneth-70 Burrell, Mansel-70, 113 Burrell, Robert-77, 113 Buss, Chorlyn-70, 141, 156, 159 Caldwell, Russell-70, 96, 105, 165 Canatsey, Dean-78, 165 Cant, Karen-70, 126, 141, 144, 163 Carlson, Gary-74 Carter, Gary-70 Cervantes, John-70 V Cervantes, Thomas-165 Clark, Herbert-70, 165 Clark, Ralph-70 Cline, Karen Coleman, Rhodella-70, 144, 163 Columbia, Shirley Calwin, Charlene-70, 131, 145 Cook, Dixie-70, 75, 120, 141, 163, 177 Courtney, Thomas-157 Coward, William-70, 145, 156 Cox, Sharon-70 Craig, Linda-70 Crawford, Ellen-70, 116, 145, 163 Cremeens, Dewayne-70, 109 Cropp, John-70, 96, 104 Crouch, Jesse-70 Cunningham, Virginia-70 Caehler, Norma-70 Dahm, Carol Damm, Gary-70, 96 Daniels, Sharon-71 Davis, Alice-71 Dean, James-78, 146 De Barre, Jane-7B De Bord, Reed De Capp, Mary-71, 79, 131, 144, 163 De Jaegher, Patricia-71 Dena, Frank-71 Dennhardt, Doris De Peape, Larry De Porter, Greg--71, 96 Dergo, Degorah De Rocker, Jean-71, 141, 145, 163 Dillon, Cynthia-71 Dolan, Ervan-7B Downing, Terry Dubuisson, Mary-71, 144, 170 Duff, Julie-71, 122, 141, 144, 163, 166 Duncan, Lloyd-77, 165 Dunham, Bradley-71, 102, 109, 110, 142 Dzekvnskos, Beverly-71, 163 Eaton, Patricia-71, 141, 145 Elias, Milton-102, 165 Emmert, Gary-71, 110 Emmert, Robert-7B Englkens, Shirley-71 Evans, Janet-71, 131, 163 Evans, Joan-71, 131, 163 Evans, Mary Fairman, William-71 Fender, Barbara-69, 135, 141, 144, 145, 155, 163, 166 Ferguson, David-77, 120, 145, 165 Fillmer, Gary-71 Finley, lorry--71, 140, 145, 147 Fish, Shirley-71, 157 Flowers, Alice-71 Flowers, Colleen-71 Fox, Bill-78 Frome, Sandra Francis, Richard-71, 96 Franks, James-72 Frazelle, Scott French, Larry Fuller, Roger-78 Fuller, Sondra-163 Fulscher, George-77 Gager, Betty-71, 163 Gager, Larry-110 Garcia, Joe-71 Garrett, Steven-72 Gause, Ann-72, 116, 134, 157, 159 Getty, Larry-72 Glenn, Harold Glenn, Sadie-72 Goethols, Kathleen-72, 131, 141, 144, 163 Godsberry, Mary-72 Gooding, Alan-78 Goodwin, Sally-69, 72, 144, 147, 148, ' 170, 173 Graham, Karen-72 Graham, Phillip-72 Gronell, Eddie-72 Granet, Karen-78, 140 Grover, William-72, 146, 165 Gray, Stanley Green, Donna-72, 163 Guinn, George-72 Guldenpfennig, Lee- 72 Haigh, Robert-72, 108, 113 Hall, Gobert Hall, Kenneth-72, 96, 165 Hommerlinck, Gail-141, 166, 174 Hamrick, Sherian-72, 131 Hansen, Robert Hontz, Jimmy-72, 165 Hantl, Stanley Harker, Gloria-78 Harris, Ronald-72 Harrison, Janet-72, 138, 141, 145, 163 Hasselman, Sandra Hawotte, William-72 Hayes, Max-73 Heald, Dharan--72, 127, 131, 141, 163 Heimburger, Juanita-72 Heist, Sharon-163 Hemphill, John-78, 165 Hendrix, Irvin Henricks, Dixie-72 Henyon, Diane-78, 116, 141, 145 Hernandez, Joseph Hernandez, Stephen-96, 105 Herrera, Anna-72, 126, 144 Hignight, Vicki-72 Hill, Nancy-72, 126, 131, 163 Hill, Patricia-115, 140 Hintz, Robert Hoepfner, Donna-72, 131 Hoffmier, Gary Homon, Noncy-72, 163 Hook, Sheryl-72, 163 Hastens, Lynne-174 Howell, Ottis-72 Hoyle, Barbara-78 Hudak, Virginia-72, 126, 131, 163 Huggins, Paulo-72, 126, 141, 144 Hunt, Donald-73 Hurd, John-73, 102, 145 Irwin, Marvin-73 Ishmael, Diane-73, 163 Jackson, Ben'amin-73 Johnson, Barbara-73 Johnson, Dale-73 Johnson, Delores-73 Johnson, Jack-73 Johnson, James-73, 156 Johnson, John-73, 96, 121, 165 Johnson, Vernon-73 Johnston, Carol-74, 163 Johnston, Shirley-78 Jones, Gary-73 Jones, Wanda-73, 163, 166 Kaskodden, Karen-73, 144, 163 Kastner, Phillip-73 Kaufman, Ronald Keim, Robert-78 Keim, Rodger 154, 163, 167 Kelley, Carol-73, 79, 120, 141, 145, 163, 172 Kelly, Coral-73, 79, 120, 141, 145, 163, 172, 173 Kelley, Mariorie Kenney, George-72, 146 Kershcieter, Steven-73, 165 Kilts, Barbara-73, 163 Kilts, Robert-73, 165 Kincaid, Ruth-73, 134, 163 Kipp, Gerald-73, 96, 165 Kerklin, Arthur-73 Korthals, Dixie-73, 140 Kraklow, Alice-73 Kundert, George-73, 145 Kunkle, Sharon-73 Laethem, Bob Laleman, Roger-104, 146, 149 Lange, David-73, 96, 160, 165 Lange, Howard-73, 109, 140, 145 Larrisan, Joanne-73 Larvenz, Mary .lo-73, 141, 163, 174 Lassiter, Rayrna-73 Lassuy, Donald-7B Loud, Constance-74, 163 lavine, James-73, 120, 121 Lawrence, Lois-73, 131, 144, 163 Lawson, Elmo Leahy, Sheila-'73, 115, 147, 163, 172 Lee, Donald-73 Lee, Sandra-73, 163 Leedom, Larry-73 Leight, Linda-73 Lemkaw, Dennis-73 Leonhard, Donald-96, 157, 170, 173 Lewis, Karen-73, 136, 145 Liedtke, Karrel Ligeno, Louis-74, 96, 102, 114 Lindley, Janet-74, 166 Lingafeller, Dennis--74, 165 Lopes, Theresa-78 Lundeen, Andrea-74, 122, 138, 141, 174 Macwill, Donna-74, 131, 144, 154, 155, 163 McCarkee, Marilyn-74, 163 McCoy, Janet-74 McCoy, Marilyn Mclollen. Kaniel-74 McLane, Sue-74, 163 McLaughlin, Betty-74, 163 Mclean, Tommy-74, 165 McNeal, George-74, 146, 165 Meadows, Sharon Miller, Morhene-74 Miller, Donald-74, 116, 145, 154, 155, 173 Miller, Elvin-74 Miller, Mariorie-74 Miller, Mary-163 Miller, Melvin-74 Miller, Roger-74, 102 Miller, Steven-74, 105, 165 Mindham, Stephan Mitcham, Jean-74 Mittleberger, Donald-74 Moeller, John-74, 110 Mohr, John-74, 122 Mohr, Thomas-74 Montieth, Robert-73, 146 Muma, Brian-74, 102, 110, 111, 145, 165 Munger, Mary-74 Munos, Bernice-74, 163 Myers, Steven-74, 113 Neal, Sandra-74, 163, 144 Neels, John-74 Neff, Nancy-74, 131, 163 Neff, Sandra-74, 127, 141, 145 175 Nelson, Alice-74, 135, les, mf 172, 174 Nelson, Larry Nelson, Nels-74, 114 Newingham, Linda-74, 147, 163 Neyt, Linda-74, 131, 141, 144, 163 Nixon, Rita-74, 163 Nordholm, Vala-74, 163 Nyberg, Linda-74, 141, 145, 165 Ohlsen, Priscilla-96 O'Klock, Max-74, 96, 105, 145, 165 Paaxch, Earl-110, 111, 165 Pate, Rodney-77 Payne, Virginia-75 Paytash, Joanne-74 Perez, Mary Perry, David Peterson, Linda-74 Peterson, Willard-74, 96 Peve, Garold-74, 96, 102, 110, 165 Phelps, Carol-78, 163, 131 Phelps, Melford Philhower, Michael-74, 147, 156, 158 Pippert, Suzanne-74, 163 Plumb, Dwayne-74 Polich, Carole-74, 131, 144, 163 Pollentier, Josette-74, 131, 144, 163 Poncano, Mary-74, 131, 145, 163 Poppe, Julius-75 Porter, Ruth-74 Powell, David-74 Prieto, Rosemary-74, 144, 147 Pugh, Walter-74 Pulver, Richard-75 Ralston, Judith-75, 131, 163 Ramirez, Alfonso-75 Rangel, Teresa-75 Ramirez, Carmen-75, 163, 144 Raske, Sharon-75 Rasso, Patricia-75, 163 Rasso, Rita-75, 78, 127, 131, 144, 173 Ray, Gloria-75, 163 Reeser, Jerry-75 Reyna, Betty-75 Rice, Patricia-75 Richard, Judith-75, 156 Rittel, Frances-75, 163 Stolmeister, Carolyn-76 Strickland, Evelyn-76 Suhr, Carl-140, 145 Sullivan, Evelyn-76 Sullivan, John-76 Sulzer, Steven-76, 106, 142 Sutton, Barbara-76, 127 Sulton, Glenn-76 Swemline, Lawrence Swift, Robert-76 Talbot, Dean-76 Taulbee, Thomas-76 Taylor, John-76, 104 Teague, Jim-165 Teague, Otha-105 Terronez, Jim Thomas, Mary-76, 163 Thompson, Janice-76 Tompkins, Gloria-76, 163 Tracy, Clark-76, 96, 110 Trickett, Ronald-76 Trout, Donald Truitt, John-76, 162 Trunnell, Jana-76, 138, 141, 144, 163 Tschopp, Stephen-76 Turell, Harry-77, 96, 110 Turner, Edna-76, 163 Turner, Glenna-77, 116, 156 Tuttle, Sharon-77 Valdes, Edward-69, 77, 79, 92, 110, 142, 155 Vallentine, Elaine-69, 77, 141, 155 Valleio, Pedro Valleio, Teresa-77, 144, 163 Van Deventer, Thomas-77 Van Klavern, Judith-77, 116, 144, 163 Van Klavern, Terry-77, 96, 110 Van Tieghem, Dennis Ver Beke, Allan-77, 108 Vogel, Gerald-77, 102 Vogler, Gaylord-115 Vrban, James Wainman, Gear e-77 Ward, Judith-70 Ward, Luther-77 Watson, John-77, 96 Wever, Kenneth-78, 96 Weekly, Max-77, 145, 147 Weiner, Gene-77, 102, 145 Welch, Gary-77, 110, 146 West, Dennis-77, 110, 145, 147 Wheeler, John-77 White, Paul-77, 96, 110, 170 Whitehair, Sharon Wildermuth, Gene-77, 91, 109, 110, 111, 142 Wilkinson, Karl-110 Wilkinson, Wlllard-77, 109, 110, 113, 142, 157 Williams, James-77, 92, 102, 142, 145, 147 Williams, Jeffrey-77, 109, 110, 111, 142 Williams, Lawrence-77 Williams, Russell-78 Wilson, Jesse-7B Wingert, Richard-78 Roady, Arthur Robbins, Diane-75, 163 Robinson Cheryl-75, 163 Robinson, Jaan-75, 79, 131, 140, 144 Robinson, John-75, 79, 96 Robinson, Shirley-78, 134 Rockwell, Geraldine-75 Rockwell, James Roselle, Katherine-75, 147 Ross, J. D.-75, 113 Rossi, Donald-75 Rossi, Ronald-75 Rott, David-75 Rotz, Sharon-75, 163 Ruark, Charles Ruark, Michael-75, 110, 165 Rumler, Gary-77 Sager, Gary-75, 165 Salmonson, Gail-75, 115, 140, 167, 173 Sanders, Ronald-75, 96 Sapp, Robert-75, 147 Saunders, Carl-75, 145 Schatteman, Rita-75 Schmidt, Glenn-70, 109, 110, 145 Schmoll, Richard-75 Schmaoke, Sandra-75 Scott, Linda Scott, Raymond Selbert, Diane-75, 115, 122, 145, 173 Seys, Paulette-75, 163 Shaeffer, Linda-163 Shedenhelm, Gary-75, 165 Shipma, Judith-75, 138, 163 Sierra, Simon Sigler, Judith-75, 147 Simmons, James Simpson, Catherine-75, 135 Six, Gordon Skinner, Charles-165 Skowronski, Joseph-76, 122, 135, 145, 166, 167, 172 Sloane, Barbara-76, 144, 147, 157, 167, 173 Slaver, John-76 Smith, David Smith, Gary Smith, Judy-76 Smith, Robert-76 Smith, Roberta-76 Smith, Ruth-76, 163 Snapp, Dianne-76, 141 Snet, Joseph Snyder, Carmelle-76 Snyder, Gerald-76 Spencer, Marshall-76 Spurr, Ella-76, 147, 173 Stafford, Jimmy-76, 165 Stahl, Mary-76, 163 Steele, Jock-76, 165 Stewart, Anda Stickler, James-76 Stirk, Marlene-76 Stoedter, Gary Stogdell, Mary-76 Stone, Phylis-157, 159 Stoneking, Marsha-76, 96 Stopolus, James-76 Winkelbuaer, Gerald-77 Winthurst, Martin-78 Womack, Joseph-78 Womble, Philip Wonderlick, William Woods, Clifford-78, 145, 147 Woods, Frances-77, 163 Wright, Marilyn-77, 140, 163 York, Devorah-77, 138, 141, 144, 163 FRESHMEN Agnew, Robert-82, 103, 100, 174 Akers, Linda-82, 157 Alexander, Harrison Allen, Wayne-82 Allison, Ronald Amanette, Judith Amos, Patricia-82, 162 Anderson, Danny-82 Anderson, Linda-82, 132, 145, 163, 174 Anderson, Phebe-B2 Antolik, Norman-82, 164, 165 Armstrong, Jerry-82, 113 Arvanis, Sandra-82, 132, 162, 174 Ashcroft, Opal-82, 163 Asher, Karen Ashford, Janice-82, 163 Baber, Roberta-82, 132, 145, 162 Badgley, Daniel-83, 110 Bartelli, Hellen Beeks, Lois-82, 163 Beldin, Lynne-82, 162 Benson, Deanna-82, 162 Benson, Donald-82 Berghult, Jan-82, 103, 114, 166 Berghult, Varla-82, 145, 155, 162, 166, 167 Bernhart, Bunnie-02 Bessee, Billy-82, 103 Bettis, James-83, 110 Bickford, Gerald-82 Blckford, Geraldine-163 Billingsley, Larry Blair, Donna-82, 162 Blashack, Daniel-82, 105, 165 Blashack, Sharon-32, 163 Blunke, John-82 Babb, Susan-82, 140 Bales, Keith-82 Bone, Doris-82 Boss, Patricla-82 Bostwick, Steven Bottarff, Harry-82, 105, 146 Bousselot, Robert-Bl, 82, 89, 154, 155, 172 Boxmann, Orene-82, 163 Boyd, Jacqueline-82, 162 Brassfield, Kenneth Breretan, Alice-82, 163 Brewer, Marilyn Brinton, Betty Brlzendine, Reita-82, 162 Brown, Marcia-82, 163 Bureski, Marlene-82, 157 Busen, Donald-82 Buyck, Gerald-82, 124, 145, 164 Cabor, Dennis-82, 165 Coll, Shirley-B2 Calvert, Sandra-82, 132, 145, 162 Campbell, Sharon-82, 162 Carlson, Barbara-82 Caro, Robert-165 Carroll, Vickie Carruthers, Danny-82, 103 Carter, Wayne-H2 Cass, David-82 Cervantes, Mary-82 Chambers, Rickie Chapman, Gary-164, 165 Chapman, Phillip-82, 164 Christensen, George-83, 101: 164 Chuich, Catherine-162 Chuich, Gary-83 Clark, Edward-82, 165 Cline, Thomas-164 Collins, Shelby-83 Cook, Danny-88 Cook, Jerry Cord, William Coutteau, Carol Covert, Francine-83 Cox, John-83 Cruser, Victoria-83, 141, 164, 175 Cuoco, Yvonne-83, 163 Curry, Keith-83, 165 Doggett, Brenda-83, 162 Daily, Michael-83, 164, 165 Davidson, Gary-83, 113 Darling, Clarie-83, 132, 162 DeFrieze, Kay-83 DeGrande, Janice-B3 DeGrande, Sandra-83, 132, 145 DeJaeger, Diana-03, 120, 131, 145, 168, 175 DeJaegher, Donna-83 Demant, Dwight-83, 164 Denning, Ronald-165 Denys, Barbara-83, 132 Dergo, Diana-83, 162 Detherage, James-83 Diederick, David-83 Diericks, Catherine-83 Dinneweth, Rene-83 Dinning, Ronald-83 Dixon, Charlotte-83 Dopler, Florence-83, 162 Downing, Shirley-B3 Dueysen, Virgil-83 Dzekunskas, Victor-B3 Edwards, Mary-83, 162 Eggleston, Carol-83 England, Charles-83, 157 Evans, Judy-83, 162 Farra, Brenda-83 Fender, David-83 Ferreri, Carla-83, 164, 165 Finch, David-83 Foutch, Timothy-83, 164 Frary, Kenneth-03 Frenell, Ronald-83, 103 Fritz, Michael-105 Fuller, James-83, 164, 165, 174 Fulscher, Leslie Noel-83 Garcia, Josephine-83 Gargano, Richard-83 Garner, Dennis-83, 157 Gavin, Marcia-B3 Gelande, Charles-83 Gillis, George-83 Glenn, Bonnie-84 Glynn, Cherlynn-84, 163 Gober, Carlex-04, 103, 121, 145, 110, 114 Goering, Judith-84, 162 Gamez, Gloria-84, 163 Gomez, James-105, 164 Gomez, Lillian-B4 Gosa, Martha Ann-162 Graham, Janice-Bl, 33, 145 Graham, Jerry-84, 164 Graham, Robert-B4 Grant, Ruth-84, 157 Green, Jeffrey-B4, 164 Gremonprez, Karen-162 Griffin, Dennis-B4, 101, 110, 164, 165 Griffth, Diana-84, 141 Griffith, Nancy-84 Gromm, Wayne-84, 164 Grass, Sherley Ann-84 Grubbs, Lawrence Guerrero, Ruben-84, 164 Guild, Marie-84, 152 Guinn, Edward-84 Gust, Tom-84, 165 Guthrie, linda-84, 116, 145 Hagelin, David-B4, 165 Hohn, Billy-84, 110, 165 Hailey, Phyllls-84, 163 Halfertl, Elaine-84, 162 Hamric , Billy Mae-B4 Hanneman, Dennis-84, 103 Hanson, Bradley-84, 105, 165 Hanson, Robert-04, 164 Hacker, Donald Harlow, Vickie-04, 145 Harmon, Della-84, 162 Harris, linda-84, 145, 162 Harris, Nancy-84, 162 Harrison, Alex-84, 105, 165 Hauman, Robert-84, 110 Hawkes, John-84, 110 Hawthorne, James-04, 105, 110, 164 Hemm, Arthur-07 Hennel, Marilyn-34 Hibernik, Patricia-84 Hill, Judith-84, 162 Hirst, Rosalie-84, 145, 163 Haefflin, Craig-84, 103, 108, 145, 155, 174 Hake, Karen-84 Hokinson, Bruce-84, 164 Hood, Ralph-84, 103 Hope, Martha-04, 162 Hopkins, Russell-84, 103, 110, 157 Horn, Sandra-B4 Howell, Shirley-34 Dnnuld-86 Allsbrow, Hazel-24 Plumb, Huff, Linda--84, 163 Hufford, Gary-84 Hull, Peter--84, 165 Hungate, Jock-84 Hunt, Nancy-84, 163 lngersoll, Dennis-84 John, Koren-84 Johnson, Gary-84, 103, 108, 110 Johnson, Kenneth-84, 165 Jones, Edna-84 Janes, Eleanor-84 Jones, Joe-84, 104, 165 Kaple, Jimmy-84 Kappas, Carolyn-84, 132, 141, 145, 163 Keehn, William-85, 165 Kern, Robert-85 Kershaw, Arnold-85 Kettering, Scott-85 Kight, Dorothy-85, 116, 145 Killian, Larry-35 King, Gloria-85, 163, 175 King, James-85 Kirby, Robert-88, 164 Kittrell, Bobbie-85 Knight, Connie-85 Koester, Jo-85, 162 Knock, Raymond-85 Krantz, Thomas-85, 146 Lokner, Katherina-85 Lancaster, Mary Ja-85, 162 Lane, Herbert Lang, Virginia-84, 162 Larson, Gary-86, 105, 110 Lawrence, Bernice-85 Lee, Graham-103, 114 Lee, Steve-85, 165 Lemaster, James-85 Leone, Alvin-85, 156, 159 LePPO, Suzanne-85, 145 Lewis, Donald--85 Licko, Bonnie-85, 141 Ligino, Michael-85, 103, 110, 165 Lindstrom, Patricia-85, 141 Lohse, Allen-85, 105, 120 Littrell, Milos-105 Lopez, Ponposa Mary-85, 163 Lara, Eugene-85 Lundahl, George-85 Lydon, Gerome-86, 110, 164 Lyons, R. Scott-85, 165 Maas, Sharon-85, 141 Mahan, Cathy-85 Maloney, Mary-85 Moring, Beniomin-85 Martel, Andrew-85, 164 Martin, Colleen-85, 163 Martin, Martha-85, 162 Matlson, Darrell-85 McCaw, Larry-85, 164 McChurch, Keith-86 McCreight, Robert-81, 85. 37, 165, 174 McDanel, Larry McKay, McKay, McKee, Curtis Sue Ann-86 James-85 McKeoige, James-86 Mclean, Darrell-86, 105, 164 Miller, Gene-86 Mink, Janice-86 Mitol, Donald-86, 156 Mitchell, Dennis-86 Mitchell, Mark-36 Mitten, Patricia-86 Mix, Tom-85, 89, 105 Mohr, Gary-86 Moore, Morris , Motzer, James-86, 103, 111 Sandra-86, 156, 159 Warren-88, 164 Murphy, George-88 Murphy, Judi -86, 163 Murphy, Richard-86, 164 Murphy, Shirley-86 Murphy, Ruth-86, 89, 116, 162 Murray, 103, 110, Myers, John-86 Notwick, Larry-86, 156 Nelson, Daniel-86, 164 Nelson, Stanley-86 Neumann, Lynn-86, 174 Newbery, Bernadine-86 Newberg, Cheryle-86, 132, 145 Nickell, Wendy-86 Nickerson, Kathryn-86, 162 Norris, Carla-86 Norton, Elizabeth-86, 116, 140, 163 Ochs, Paul-164 Ohlsen, Margo-86, 120, 141, 145, 163 Olvera, Jock Olvera, Jerry-86, 164 Ortiz, Rita-86, 163 Ovens, Richard-B6 Owens, Ann-86 Owens, Ronald-86, 110, 165 Paosch, Richard-86, 105, 110, 165 Pankey, Donald-86 Pankey, Kenny-113 Parker, Shirley--162 Parr, George-86, 164 Passno, Ca rol -86 Pastvrcak, Janet-86, 162 Paxton, Pelton, Gary-86 Donna-86 Peterson, Robert-86, 164, 174 Peterson, Shirley-86 Phelps, Marilouise-86 Pippert, John-86, 120, 164 Platt, Mark-87, 157 Leon-86 Polich, Sharon-86, 141, 145, 162 Powell, Larry-86, 103, 157 Prieto, Angelo-86, 147, 163 Quintana, Marguerite-162 Rada chlch, Gardana-86, 163 Ragsdale, Sharon-86 Rohn, Sharon-86, 162 Ramirez, Martina-8 154, 155, 164, Randolph, William-164 Rangel, Bernard-86, 109, 110 Rangel, Rita-86, 163 Rangen, Berry Raymie, Cheryl-86, 163 Redman, Richard-87, 164 Reveal, Virginia-87, 154 Rice, Ivan-87 Richardson, Shirley Rinden, David-87, 103, 110, 156 Robertson, Gary Robertson, Marilyn-87 Rohren, Carolyn-87, 163 Roman, Sandra-87, 132, 145, 162, Root, Dennis Rusch, Randell Rusk, Carl-157 Rusk, Dennis-103, 110 Rusk, Rex Russell, Rita-87 Rylander, Romer Sainer, Dorot y Ann-87 Salisbury, Cedric-110 Sandoval, Michael Sarovin, George-37, 103 Sauser, Mary Ellen-87, 162 Schafer, Nancy-87 Schotteman, Carol-87 Schotteman, Claris-87 Schmidt, Wilfred-87, 164 Schneider, Ronald-87, 110, 164 Schoonover, Mary-87 Seidlitz, Sandra-87 Sheehan, Jerry-87 Sherer, Gary Shields, Laura Shuh, Charles Sides, Betty-87 Sinclair, Jock-87 Skatidas, Frank-87, 157 Shelton, Mary-87 Skillett, Gerald-87, 113, 164 Slaeth, Tamara-87, 163 Smith, Beniamin-87, 156, 110 Smith, Dianne-87, 163, 166 Smith, Geraldine-87, 162 Snyder, Larry Sodeman, Douglas-87, 105, 121 Soucinek, Larry-87, 103 Springer, David-87 Stafford, Jerry Stahl, Carolyn-87 Standefer, Ladonno-87 Stanton, Judy-88, 157 Stepp, Marie-141, 162 Stewart, Dayler Stewart, William-88, 89, 164, 165 Stipp, Linda-88 Stockton, Rosemary-88, 141, 162 Stoneking, Barbara-B8 Stotts, John-88, 165 Stulir, Dennis-88 Sutliff, Lewis-88 Sutton, Gary-88 Sweet, Lawrence-88, 164 Swift, Paul-BB Tapio, Isabelle--88, 163 Totman, Marion Taylor, Danna-163 Taylor, Robert-88, 96, 98 Thompson, Anna-88, 162 Thompson, Aten-88 Thompson, Connie-88 Tillberg, Larry-83, 110 Tinker, Linda-88, 163 Trout, Michael-88, 157 Tsakanikas, Roseann-88, 163 Turner, Arid:-88 Valleio, Vir inia-81, 88, 116, 132, VanHecke, Catherine-88, 132, 145, VanQuathem, Robert-88, 102 Vermeulen, Raymond-88, 105, 164 Vershaw, Thomas-88 Versypt, John-88 Vickers, Sharon-88 Wadsoger, Patricia-88, 157 Wallace, Judith-88, 162 Ward, Eilleen-88, 162 Ward, Virgil-88 Ware, Sandra-88, 163 Weaver, Gerald-88 Webster, Herbie-88 Weideman, Donald-88 Weissmann, Frederick Welch, Kathryn-88 Wells, Carol-88 Wells, Diann-88 Wendel, Sondra-88, 162 Whipple, Jere Lynne-88, 141, 163 Whipple, Ronald-88 Whittington, Ernest-88, 156 Williams, Gary Wilson, Delbert-88, 164 Winkelbouer, Donald-88 Wise, David-88 Wissbaum, Frances-88, 141, 163 Withrow, Sandra-88 Wood, Melaniel-83, 141 Woodworth, Linda-163 Wrenn, Richey-88, 115, 138, 141 Wyman, Judith-88 Ybarra, Joseph-88, 103 Yuskis, Jhn-88, 164 Zoleswski, Keith-88, 105 Zippay, Michael Robert-88, 165 FACULTY Ahnquist, Vincent-21, 27 Allee, Charles-20 Allen, Eleanor-15, 26, 126 Aubrey, Roger-23, 26, 172 Bare, Keith-15, 102 Bentler, Joyce-17 Bray, George-20 Brooks, Ellsworth-14, 22, 112 Buresh, Helen-23 166 145, 163 155, 163 Calvert, Dorothy-23 'CampbeIl, William-23 Carrison, Dale-19, 121, 140 Carrington, Beverly-18, 133 Cavanagh, John-18, 133 Cloud, William-17, 168 Collins, Harald-13, 23, 27, 81 Chivers, Glenn-23, 109, 110 Dawson, L. 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W.-16, 148, 170, 178 Tell, Dean-18 Thoman, John E.-21, 156, 158 Vines, Lester-18 Walker. Norma-17 Ward, Dorothy-22 Wasson, Alexander-23 Weller, Mary-23, 141 Westefer, Noncy-22, 115 Wheeler, William-21, 23 Williams, Mollie-156, 164 WYOHH, John-23, 92, 110, 111 Yemm, William-13, 23, 27, 59 Zesiger. Robert-18 Zimmerman, Albert-23, 92, 110 Zimmerman, Robert-20, 104, 105 CUSTODIANS Borum, Loren-24 Hummel, Melvin-24 Johnson, E. S.-24 Jones, Truman-24 Machu, Frank-24 Martin, Rex-24 Murrens, Roy-24 Saey, Andrew P.-24 VandeVoorde, Cyriel Vermeulen, Clara Vermeulen, Pete-24 CAFETERIA Belawski, Ranilda-24 Diercks, Irma-24 Gallaugher, Myrtis-24 Gallens, Alice M.-24 Gronet, Alice Hicks, Linda Krueger, Cleo-24 Little, Evelyn-24 Monstrey, Mor oret Osbourne, Nadgne-24 Poncrozio, Bertha-24 Polich, Mrs. Wadsager, Anna-24 Williams, Georgina-24 Ziegler, Mabel-24 BOARD MEMBERS Brissman, Chester-13 Copeland, Rush-13 Lang, Durward-13 McNeal, George-13 Mueller, Albert-13 Steele, Dr. W. 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