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

 - Class of 1967

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Dan Huber and Cindy Leahy are puzzled by their new chemistry lab equip- Left: In the busy activities of school life, students still find time for them- A, if tt if W Q ,W Q 2 I wr in 0' 3 Q, 9' Q D K ff I ew ff 5 mfr Eli Q ,' Librarian Mrs. Irene McGaughy relates a humorous incident to Assistant Librarian Mrs. Jenny White. With thoughts ranging from last night's game to next week's date, Debbie Amato looks up for a moment of day dreaming. Sophomore cheerleader Lynn Jack aids the varsity cheerleaders in arousing support from the fans. were ,lil ,M Augustana Choir, directed by Mr. Donald Morrison, performs for UTHS, to hear the choir before their annual tour. Students Find ".- "fi 1 -. ., ' fi . . Q .-mf-Q' K, ' A .,., P i V W I "-' : f---' i rtsti it t X 2 i 2 Q . 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Q ww Linda Larson, Secretaryg Joanne Gelande, Vice-Presidentg and Dan Zora, Treasurer, clear the sidewalk after Ron Miller Drusilla Courtney Rick Sommer Cynthia Smith Kathy Christenson Fifth Seventh Eighth Ninth Tenth 3.870 3.84 3.82 3.79 3.782 for Future Occupations In early September 1966 the halls of UTHS were again filled with tanned, anticipating seniors reminiscing the ex- periences of their final high school summer and looking forward to their reign as the highest upperclassmen. The warm days faded, and autumn brought football. After the first few games it appeared as if the Panthers were going to be the same losing but Hhard playing" team. But to the delight of loyal and rain-soaked fans, a de- termined Panther team won their first Homecoming game in five years on a sloppy field of mud beginning a totally unexpected winning streak. The winning of the game made the festivities of Homecoming complete. As the mercury began to drop, seniors began doing re- search and making initial preparations for their post graduate plans. For some, it was the taking of the ACT and SAT college entrance examinationsg for others it was applying for jobs and apprenticeships or talking to re- cruiters from the Armed Services. Midyear senior activities included attending the first basketball games and wrestling meets of the season, musical concerts, plays, meetings of the various clubs, and frantic studying to achieve the desired semester grades. The seniors found a unique sadness in each activity with the realization that these were their final moments of participation. The second semester was busy with important decision- making and applying to colleges followed by eager waiting for replies. As the warm spring curtain began to close on the seniors' high school career, each one's thoughts were filled with unforgetable experiences and fulfilled goals. Alan Felkner Tenth 3.782 Sue Thoman, winner of the D.A.R. award by the vote of the senior class Arriving from Stockholm, Sweden, Marie Lundgren meets her American family, Doug Johnson, Mrs. and Mr. Charles Johnson, and Carolyn John- son. 1 264' .sux s if x' Seniors Face Graduation ,, in . M,M,,K .... A . Maureen Roth puts finishing touches on her abstract oil painting. Linda Larson accepts the flag presented to the school by US. Representa- tive Tom Rallsback. I Mike Kraus consults counselor Miss Mary Straus about his college plans. Representatives who competed in the Senior Bowl Classic at SIFCHKOY, Illinois are Larry Knox, Dan Zora, Joanne Gelande, Arlis Hasselhusch, and Lois DeVos. ith Mixed Emotions Seniors attending a second semester course at Blackhawk Junior College are John Mullen, Kathy Christen- son, Nancy Sacco, Jana Rotz, Kathy Harrington, Carolyn Anderson, Dru Courtney, and Richard Stodd. Cheryl Adams Lisa Adams Sue Ainslie Elaine Allen Mary Jane Almblade Debra Amato Diana Amato James Leo Anders Alvin Anderson Carolyn Anderson Cathy Anderson Robert Argenbright Linda Ash Keith Asmus Seniors Assume Active CHERYL ADAMS, G.A.A. l,2,4g Declamation 4g Chorus lg Allegro Chorus 2g Glee Club 3g Choir 4g Spanish Club l,2g Youth for Christ 3,4. V LISA ADAMS, G.A.A. l,2,3,4g Plays 3,4g Chorus lg Allegro Chorus 2g Campus Council l,2g Student Council 3,4g Y-Teens l,2,3,4g National Honor Society 3,4g National Thespians 3,4. SUE AINSLIE, G.A.A. 3,4g Chorus l,2g Bio-Chem-lcs l,2g Y-Teens 2,3,4. ELAINE ALLEN, Chorus l. MARYJANE ALMBLADE, Tennis 2g G.A.A. l,2,3,4g Sky- line 4, Clubs Editor 4g Chorus lg Allegro Chorus 2. DEBRA AMATO, G.A.A. l,2,3,4g Chorus lg Allegro Chorus 2g Glee Club 3, Y-Teens l,2,3g Pep Club l,2. DIANA AMATO, G.A.A. l,2,3,4g Chorus lg Allegro 2g Glee Club 3g Y-Teens l,2,3g Pep Club l,2. LEO ANDEBS, Football l,2g Basketball lg Baseball 4g Intra- murals l,2,3. CAROLYN ANDERSON, G.A.A. 2,4g Band l,2,3,4g Pep Band l,2,3,4g Concert Band l,2,3,4g Bio-Chem-lcs l,2g Fu- ture Teachers 4g Art Club 3,4g Library Club l,2g Junior Achievement 2,3. CATHY ANDERSON, G.A.A. l,2,3,4g Cheerleader 2g Band l,2,3,4g Pep Band 3,4g Concert Band 3,4g Spanish Club lg Y-Teens l,2,3,4. ROBERT ARGENBRIGHT, Intramurals l,2g Chorus 2,3g Art Club 4. LINDA ASH, G.A.A. lg Y-Teens I. KEITH ASIVIUS, Football lg Intramurals 2,3,4g Chorus lg Future Teachers Ig Rotarian 43 Library Club l,2,3,4g Youth for Christ l,2,3,4, Vice-President 4. BILL AUSTIN, Basketball l,2,3g Baseball lg Tennis 3,4g Intramurals 4. REGIE BACORN, Wrestling l,2g Band l,2,3g Dance Band l,2,3g Pep Band l,2,3g Concert Band 3. SHARON BALLARD, Glee Club l,2,3,4g Future Homemak- ers l,2g Y-Teens l,2g ,Iunior Achievement 2,3,4. ,IIIVI BARHAIVI, Track lg Intramurals 3g Chorus 3,4. BARBARA BARNES, Chorus lg Y-Teens 2,3,4. JEAN BARTELS, Band 2,3,4g Pep Band 3,4g Concert Band 2,3,4g Y-Teens 2,3. JANET BEALE, G.A.A. l,3,4g Chorus lg Y-Teens 35 Pep Club l,2. iq JT 3 ,Ian De ec er s ture research top Lead in School Life William Austin Reginald Bacorn Frank Baker Sharon Ballard Barbara Barnes Jean Bartels Dianna Baum Donna Bazor ,I t Dk elt f t lfhEg1hlt 'Gig-,uw David Beard Dorothy Beard Joyce Bebout Mary Jane Behrens Jean Bein Karen Belman Sandra Bergman James Bert S B t Th B t Pam fGustafsonJ Best Glenda Betts Kare 16 n Bielema Eugene Billings UZBJIIIB C I' Oma S C I' Assemblies Educate, Entertain, DAVID BEARD, Football 1,2g Chorus 1,2g Bio-Chem-lcs 1,2, 3,4g Future Teachers 1,2,3,4, Treasurer 4, Youth for Christ 1,2,3,4, President 4. DOROTHY BEARD, G.A.A. 3,43 Chorus 2, Y-Teens 1,2,3,4g Business Club 3. JOYCE BEBOUT, Glee Club 4. MARY JANE BEHRENS, Chorus 1, Glee Club 3,4g Future Homemakers 1,2,3, Secretary 3. JEAN BEIN, G.A.A. 1, Future Homemakers 1,2,3. KAREN BELMAN, Chorus 1,35 Spanish Club 1,2,3,4g Future Nurses 1, German Club 1. SANDY BERCMAN, Tennis 1,2g G.A.A. 1,2,3,4g Spring Mu- sical 3g Chorus 1,2g Choir 3,43 Future Nurses 1,25 Y-Teens 1,2,3,4. JAMES BERT, Golf 2,3g Intramurals 1,2,3g Band 1,2,3. SUE BERT, G.A.A. 1,2,3,4g Y-Teens 1,2,3,4. TOM BERT, Band 1,2,3. PAMELA CGUSTAFSONJ BEST, G.A.A. 1, Spring Musical 3, Chorus 1,2g Choir 3,4g Future Homemakers 1, Ensemble 2,3. .SYVFR ,,, . Q 'Y 245413 Q t H k 6 rg? x 3 e ,riff 1 2 my rl 2 Q, .4 xg, . , . 1- 1' i f , -it 2 Q i f i Y , 7 X Judy Black Barbara Block Gerald Blunt Stephen Bond Sue Boorn Joann Bostwick Verna Brandon Florence Branham Anthony Bravo Kenneth Brooks and Honor Students GLENDA BETTS, Panther Parade 4, Chorus 1,23 Future Teachers 2, Y-Teens 1, Business Club 3,4. EUGENE BILLINGS, Band 1,2. JUDY BLACK, G.A.A. 2, Spanish Club 1, Y-Teens 2,33 Pep Club 1. BARBARA BLOCK, G.A.A. 4, Glee Club 3, Choir 4, Y- Teens 1. GERALD BLUNT, Intramurals 3,43 Chorus 1,2. STEVE BOND, Football 1,2,3,4g Track 2, Wrestling 2, lntra- mphiicution murals 1,23 Lettermen,s Club 4. :minted mission LINDA SUE BOORN, G.A.A. 3,43 Homecoming Royalty 4, Pom Pom Girls 4, Y-Teens 3,4, Chairman 4, Exchange As- sembly 3. JOANN BOSTWICK, G.A.A. 1,2,3,4g Chorus 1,2,3. VERNA BRANDON, Band 1,2,3,4g Concert Band 1,2,3,4. FLORENCE BRANHAM, Chorus 4, Red Cross Representa- tive 1. ANTHONY BRAVO, Art Club 4. KEN BROOKS, Basketball 1g Track 2g Cross Country 25 Ten- nis 3g Intramurals 2,3,4. udiution I Having completed her phone call over the Laser beam Diane D p t'f' t f h pl' h t 0 son receives 8. CCI' I ICB C Ol' CI' HCCOID IS ITICII . THOMAS BROWN, Intramurals 4g Rifle Club l,2,3,4, Vice- President 3, President 4. SANDRA BULLER, Chorus l,2,3,4g Future Homemakers 2. DENNIS BURKE, Intramurals l,2,3. CAROL BURNS, Chorus 4. SANDRA BUSENBARK, Key 4, News Editor 4, Spanish Club 2,3,4, Future Teachers 2,3,4g National Honor Society 3,4. SUE BUSENBARK, G.A.A. 2,3,4g Skyline 4, Activities Edi- tor 43 Chorus 25 Bio-Chem-lcs 1,2,3,4, Treasurer 4g Future Teachers 4. CARL BUSH, Track 3, Chorus 4. BEVERLY BUSHONG, Chorus lg Business Club 4. BENITA CACARI, G.A.A. 23 Chorus 1,25 Future Home- makers l,2,3. LONNIE CAIN, Debate 4, Choir l,2,3,4. LORETTA CARLETON, Chorus 2,3,4g Glee Club 3,4g Pom Pom Girls 4. Leading Roles in Fall Play, a Ro tB k S d B ll Dennis Burke Carol Burns B h Beverly Bushong Benita Cacari ,Q-A., . N.: 0I1I'ljC HIFI OIII 8 WC OIC 3 are OH BHC 2l1'I' anic arro L C T Cld ll L ttClt N yC .I eC ll David Carter Michael Carter Carol Cass Hilton Cass Dan Cassell "The Crucible," Held by Seniors NANCY CARR, Chorus l, Allegro Chorus 2, Y-Teens l,2. DAVID H. CARTER, Band l,2, Concert Band 3,43 Bio-Chem- les l,2,3,4, National Honor Society 3,45 National Forensic League 4, Youth for Christ l,2,3,4. MICHAEL CARTER, Baseball 4, Intramurals 3,4. CAROL CASS, Tennis 2, G.A.A. l,2,3,-4, Debate 4, Panther Parade 4, Plays Editor 4, Orchestra for Musical 2,3,4, Band 1, Chorus l, Allegro Chorus 2, Choir 3,4, Campus Council l,2, Student Council l,2, Bio-Chem-los l,2, National Honor Society 3,4, German Club 3,4, National Forensic League 4, Youth for Christ 3,4, Vice-President 4. HILTON CASS, Intramurals 2,4, National Honor Society 3,4. PAMELA CATOUR, Tennis 2, C.A.A. l,2,3,4, Original Ora- tion 4, Chorus l,2, Y-Teens l,2,3,4, Pep Club l. KAREN CAUSEMAKER, Tennis l,2, C.A.A. l,2,3,4, Chorus l,2, Glee Club 3,4. CARMEN CERVANTES, G.A.A. l, Chorus l,2, Future Homemakers l,3,4. 31118 3 3 Olll' HIE! P l Ct K nCausemaker C C L B e Chad k wic 8 H V 41' A 3.3, . -'B' if :ii or ff' aww I 'we p 'mAi .. .ww 4, ,., L, J rsvkf, : s ew ' -. . , Kathryn Christenson Michael Christopher David Churchill Edith Clark Gene Clark Jane Clouw Gloria Coakley Michael Coakley Dennis Colbert Brooking Cole Jlldilll Larry Compton Geraldine COHCY Harriett Conner Weekly Student Produced KATHRYN CHRISTENSON, G.A.A. 1, Chorus Ig Y-Teens lg National Honor Society 3,4. DAVID CHURCHILL, Chorus 1,29 Choir 3,4. EDITH CLARK, Tennis 2, G.A.A. 1,2,3,4g Declamation 4, Chorus 1,2,3g Y-Teens 1,2,3,4g Library Club 1, Pep Club 1. GENE CLARK, Intramurals 1,23 Key 1,2,4g German Club 3,4g Junior Achievement 2,3,4g National Junior Achievement Conference 3. JANE CLOUW, Y-Teens 2,33 Pep Club 1. GLORIA COAKLEY, Chorus l,2g Glee Club 33 Choir 4, En- semble 4g Youth for Christ 3,4. DENNY COLBERT, Football 2, Baseball 2, Intramurals 1,2, 3g Homecoming Royalty 4, King 4, Key 1,2,3,4g Panther Pa- rade 4, Spring Musical 1,25 Chorus 1,2g Campus Council 1,23 Student Council 1,2,3,4, Representative 2,3,4g Quint-City Stu- dent Congress 2g Class Officer, President 2,3g Key Club 4. BROOKING COLE, G.A.A. 1,2,4g Chorus 1,2,3,4g Glee Club 1,33 Future Nurses 4. JUDY COLLIS, Chorus 1,2. LARRY COMPTON, Band 1,2,3g Pep Band 1,2,3g Concert Band 1,2,3g Diversified Occupations 4, Reporter 4. GERALDINE CONEY, G.A.A. 1, Chorus 1, Future Home- makers 1, Future Nurses 4, President 4. MARTHA CORAM, Tennis 1,25 G.A.A. 1,2,3,4, Board 1,2, 3,4, Royalty 25 Cheerleader 15 Plays 35 Panther Parade 45 Spring Musical 35 Chorus 15 Allegro Chorus 25 Choir 3,45 Ensemble 2,3,45 Y-Teens 35 Tri-Mic 35 Business Club 3,45 National Honor Society 45 Library Club 2,3,4, Secretary 45 Exchange Student 3. SONJ A COREY, Y-Teens 45 Business Club 3,4. JIM COSGROVE, Track 15 Choir 3,45 German Club 4. DELORES COSTON, G.A.A. 1,2,3,45 Chorus 1,25 Glee Club 35 Future Nurses 1,2,3,4. DRUSILLA COURTNEY, G.A.A. 1,2,3,4, Board 1, Presi- dent 4, Royalty 2, Camp 35 Cheerleader 1,25 Skyline 2,3,4, Freshman Editor 2, Junior Editor 3, Faculty Editor 45 Chorus 1,25 Bio-Chem-Ics 1,2,3,45 National Honor Society 3,45 Girls State Representative 35 Academic Dinner 1,3. JOHN COVEMAKER, Football 2,45 Baseball 25 Chorus 1,2. TERRY COWLEY, Track 2,35 Cross Country 35 Tri-Mic 3,4. GEORGE CRISWELL, German Club 3,4. MIKE CROTTY, Football 1,2,3,45 Track 1,2,3,45 Intramurals 1,2,3,45 Tri-Mic 45 Lettermen's Club 3,4. Radio Newscast ls Introduced Alan Cook Martha Coram Sonja Corey J C D l C t Drusilla Courtney John Covemaker Terry Cowley G g l C B bara Cuoco Sharon Cuoco Earlene Daggett Delores Daily Diana Dale l M hael Dale Timothy Damm Elaine Danielson Richard Davis Gary Dawson .WMM J l e DeBoo Paul DeBruine DeDecker Donna DeGeeter Dave Carter Represents BARBARA CUOCA, Chorus 1,2. SHARON CUOCO, Chorus 1. EARLENE DAGGETT, Chorus 1,2g Spanish Club 2, Future Teachers 1, Y-Teens 3,4. DIANA DALE, G.A.A. 43 Key 3, Chorus 1,23 German Club 3. MICHAEL DALE, Band 1,2,3,4g Pep Band 1,2,3,4g Concert Band 1,2,3,4. TIMOTHY DAIVIIVI, Rifle Club 1,2,3,4, Secretary 2,3. ELAINE DANIELSON, G.A.A. 4. RICHARD DAVIS, Football 4, Baseball 4, Intramurals 3,45 Tri-Mic 3,4, Sentinel 3g Lettermen's Club 4. GARY DAWSON, Wrestling 1,2g Chorus 1,23 Choir 3,4. JULIE DE BOO, G.A.A. 1,2,3g Plays 35 Debate 4, Chamber Reading 3,45 Key 3,45 Chorus 2, Future Teachers 2, Art Club 3g Pete the Panther 4, Junior Achievement 2,3,4g Junior Achievers Association 2,3,4, Vice-President 4. PAUL DE BRUINE, Intramurals 2,4g Debate 4. arf-exif Barry DeJaeger Robert DeJaegher Linda DeLaRosa Peggy DeMont Phyllis DePaola Cheryl Dergo Lois DeVos Thomas DeWalsche Jania DeWitt Steve Dickinson UTHS at Atom Conference JAN DE DECKER, G.A.A. 2,3,4g Declamation 4, Chorus lg Allegro Chorus 2g Y-Teens 2,3,4g National Honor Society 3,4g German Club 4. DONNA DE GEETER, Chorus lg Future Nurses l,2. LINDA DE LA ROSA, Plays 3. PEGGY DE MONT, Glee Club l. CHERYL DERGO, Chorus l,2,3g Future Homemakers 1,2,3g Y-Teens 2. LOIS DE VOS, G.A.A. l,2,3,4g Cheerleader 1,2,4g Homecom- ing Royalty 4, Key 2,4, Assistant News Editor 4, Campus Council 15 Student Council 1,2g Y-Teens 2,3,4, Treasurer 45 National Honor Society 3,43 Pep Club lg Tennis 3. THOMAS DE WALSCHE, Chorus 1,23 Choir 3,4. JANIA DE WITT, Chorus 1,2. STEVE DICKINSON, Football 1,3,4g Basketball 1,3,4g Track 'Q 3,4g Tennis 1,2g Golf lg Intramurals 4, Plays 2g Chorus 3g Choir 4g Lettermen's Club 3,4g Art Club 1. Larry French checks out tools to his classmates for use in welding class. y Jane Almblade demonstrates a task faced y rers. DEBBIE DIXON, G.A.A. 3,43 Plays 3,43 Spring Musi- cal 3,43 Band l,2,3,43 Pep Band 2,3,43 Concert Band l,2,3,43 Y-Teens l,2,3,43 National Thespians 4. KATHLEEN DOBEREINER, G.A.A. l,2,3,43 Plays 3,43 EX- temporaneous Speech 3g Spring Musical 33 Chorus 1,23 Fu- ture Nurses l,23 Y-Teens l,2,3,4. CI-IERYL DONAHUE, Plays 3,43 Debate 33 Key 3g Future Nurses 43 Y-Teens 3,43 National Thespians 334. DIANA DOPSON, G.A.A. I,2,3Q Key 33 Chorus 1,23 Choir 33 Y-Teens l,2,33 Business Club 33 Art Club l,2,3. BEN DUCKWILER, Football l3 Track l,2,3,43 Intramurals 2,33 Debate 43 Bio-Chem-Ics l,2,3,43 German Club 3. DON DUFFY, Intramurals l,2,33 Plays 3,43 Spring Musical 3,43 Chorus 1,23 Choir 3,43 Campus Council l3 Student Coun- cil 13 Spanish Club l3 Rifle Club 13 Art Club I,2. KAREN DUNNE, G.A.A. 2,3,43 Plays 43 Skyline 43 Chorus 23 Future Homemakers 23 Y-Teens 2,3,43 National Thes- pians 4. DEEANN DUSSLIERE, C.A.A. l,2,3,43 Key 43 Spanish Club 23 Y-Teens l,2,3,4. GARY DZEKUNSKAS, Football 43 Track 2,43 Cross Coun- try 3. WILLIAM EGGERICHS, Intramurals I. Seniors Attend Second Semester D bra Dixon Kathleen Dobereiner Cheryl Donahue Diana Dopson Benjamin Duckwiler D nald Duffy Karen Dunne DeeAnn Dussliere Gary Dzekonskas William Eggerich . cw, . 'Numev 'ff'-Q David Elbow Lynn Engstrom Diana Entwistle Art Erdman Ja e Linda Ewald Donna Feaster Alan Felkner Course at Blackhawk College DAVID ELBOW, Cross Country 2, Tennis 2,3,4g Intramurals 2,43 Bio-Chem-Ics 2,3,4g National Honor Society 3,49 Aca- demic Dinner 2. LYNN ENGSTROIVI, G.A.A. 1,2,3,4g Y-Teens 3,43 Business Club 3,4, Vice-President 43 Pep Club 1. DIANA ENTWISTLE, Chorus 1,2,3g Future Homemakers 1,2,3g Y-Teens 1,2. JAMES EVANS, Football 1,2g Debate 3,4g Spring Musical 3, Plays 2,33 Art Club 1,2,4. LINDA EWALD, G.A.A. 2,3,4g Plays 3,4g Panther Parade 4, Spring Musical 3,4g Band 1,2,3,4g Pep Band 1,2,3,4g Concert Band 1,2,3,4g Spanish Club 1,3,4g Future Nurses 1,3,4g Y- Teens 2,3g National Thespians 4. DONNA FEASTEB, Key 3,43 Junior Achievement 2,3,4g Achievers Association 2,3,4, Treasurer 4. ALAN FELKNER, Vlfrestling 1, Tennis 1,2,3,4g Intramurals 3,45 Debate 3, Spring Musical 3g Band 1,2,3,4g Dance Band 1,2,3,4g Concert Band 1,2,3,4g Campus Council 1,23 Student Council 1,2g Bio-Chem-Ics 1, Future Teachers 1,2g National Honor Society 3,4, Lettermen's Club 4. BRENDA FETTERER, chorus 1,2,4. CINDY FILLIVIER, Chorus 1,2g Clee Club 3, Future Distribu- tors 4. Greg Fellows d l Fet e e MARION FINLEY, G.A.A. 1,25 Chorus 1,2,3g Glee Club 45 Cindy Fume, Ma on F ley Future I-Iomemakers 1,2,3,4. Janet Fitch Melod e F r h JANET FITCH, Y-Teens 4. MELODIE FITCH, Youth for Christ 3,4, Secretary 4. Anna Fleshman Paul Fletcher Michael Foutch Mark Fox Joyce Fraikes Dennis Freeborn Peggy Freeman Jeff Freiburg Larry French Melody Frye Pamela FHICIICT Ronald F ullerlove Betty Fulscher Bennie Garner Seniors Endeavor to ANNA FLESHMAN, Future I-Iomemakers 23 German Club 3. PAUL FLETCHER, Spring Musical 33 Band 1,2,3,43 Dance Band 2,3,43 Concert Band 2,3,43 Junior Achievement 2,4. MARK FOX, Intramurals 1,2, Manager 43 Chorus 1,23 Choir 33 Art Club 43 Youth for Christ 1. JOYCE FRAIKES, Glee Club 3,43 Chorus 1,23 Future Nurses 1,2,3,4, Historian 3, Vice-President 4. DENNIS FREEBORN, Wrestling 1,3 Plays 3g Chorus 1,23 Spanish Club lg Rifle Club 1,2. PEGGY FREEMAN, G.A.A. 1,2,33 Plays 3,43 Key 23 Cho- rus 1,23 Glee Club 3,43 Pom Pom Girls 43 Spanish Club 1,2,43 Y-Teens 1,2,3,4, Board 3,4, President 43 National Thespians 3,43 Pep Club 1. JEFF FREIBURG, Basketball 1, cross Cammy 1,2. PAMELA FULCHER, G.A.A. 1,2,33 Debate 3,4, Treasurer 43 Chorus 13 Future Nurses 13 Library Club 1,2,33 National Fo- rensic League 334. RONALD FULLERLOVE, Track 3g Cross Country 13 Base- ball 13 Intramurals 3,43 German Club 4. BETTY FULSCHER, G.A.A. 2,3,4. JOANNE GELANDE, G.A.A. l,2,3, Board 3, Royalty 2, Prin- cess 2g Homecoming Royalty 43 Plays 33 Band l,2g Pep Band lg Concert Band lg Campus Council l,2g Student Council l,2,3,4g Class Officer, Treasurer l,2, Vice-President 4g Y- Teens l,2,3g Board l,3g Pep Club l. ROBERTA GELANDE, G.A.A. 2, Chorus 2g Glee Club 3g Future Homemakers 3. STEVE GELANDE, Football l,2g Baseball l,2,3,4g Intra- murals 4g Key 4, Tri-lVlic 3,4, Secretary 4. . . . . . . . . . . LUCIA GIOVANIS, G.A.A. 2,3,4g Extemporaneous Speech 3, Original Monologue 3, Humorous Reading 45 Chorus lg Future Teachers l,2g National Forensic League 4. PAUL GLOCKHOFF, Football lg Extemporaneous Speech 45 Band l,2,3,4g Concert Band 3,4. STANLEY GORZNEY, Intramurals 4. DALE GRAHAM, Football lg Basketball lg Key lg Tri-Mic 3. JANIS GRAVES, G.A.A. l,2,4g Chorus l,4g Future Home- makers l,2g Y-Teens l,2,4. CHEBYL GRAU, G.A.A. 2,4g Glee Club 3,4g Chorus 25 Fu- ture Homemakers 23 Y-Teens l,4. Beach Academic Excellence y Senior courses become increasingly difficult. Joanne Gelande Roberta Gelande Steve Gelande Lucia Giovanis Paul Glockhoff Richard Goodrich Ron Goodrich Stanley Gorzney Janis Graves Cheryl Grau Robert Gray Linda Gremonprez Vicki Griffin Delcina Griffith Clara Gross Aneita Gullett Lejeane Haddick Theresa Haegeman Lesly Hagelin Arthur Hahn Michael Haliburton EOHSIBHCS Hall Martha Hall 01111161 Hall Athletic Victories lnspire LINDA GREMONPREZ, G.A.A. l,2,3,4, Board 2,3,4, Secre- tary 4, Royalty 2, Camp 2, Skyline 2,3,4, Business Manager 4, Chorus l. VICKI GRIFFIN, G.A.A. 3, Glee Club 3. DELCINA GRIFFITH, G.A.A. 2, Future Homemakers 2,3,4, Future Nurses 2,3,4. CLARA GROSS, Chorus l,2, Glee Club 3,4. ANEITA GULLETT, G.A.A. 3,4, Plays 3,4, Band l,2,3,4, Pep Band 3,4, Concert Band l,2,3,4, Spanish Club 2,3,4, Future Teachers 2,3,4, National Thespians 3,4. LEJEANE HADDICK, G.A.A. l,2,3,4, Plays 3,4, Chamber Reading 4, Panther Parade 4, Chorus l,2, Glee Club 3,4, Spanish Club 2,4, National Thespians 3,4. THERESA HAEGEMAN, Chorus l, Allegro Chorus 2, Choir 3, Future Homemakers l,2,3. LESLY HAGELIN, Key 2,3,4, Spring Musical 3, Chorus l,2, Choir 3,4, Y-Teens l,2,3. ARTHUR HAHN, Spanish Club l,2,3,4, President 4. MIKE HALIBURTON, Basketball l,2,3,4, Homecoming Roy- alty 4, Key 2, Campus Council 2, Student Council 2,3,4, Pres- ident 4, Bio-Chem-Ics 1,25 Lettermen's Club 3,4, Key Club 4, Teens Against Cancer l,2,3,4. F CONSTANCE HALL, Chorus l. MARTHA HALL, G.A.A. 1,2,3,4, Band l,2,3,4, Y-Teens 1,2,3,4, German Club 4. Kathleen Halligan John Hamerlinck Martin Hamilton Mary Jo Hanshaw Judith Hanson Sally Harker Kathryn Harrington Patricia Harrington Clyde Harris DCIIISC Harris Players and Excite Fans RON HALL, Golf 1,2,3,43 Intramurals 1,2,3,43 Key Club 4. KATHY HALLIGAN, G.A.A. 33 Plays 33 Chorus 1,23 Future Homemakers 1,23 Art Club 4. JOHN HAMERLINCK, Track 1,23 Wrestling 1,2,33 Cross Country 1,23 Intramurals 43 Lettermen's Club 3,43 Art Club 13 Key Club 3,4, President 4. MARTY HAMILTON, Football 1,23 Track 13 Chorus 1. MARYJ O HANSHAW, Plays 13 Original Monologue 13 Cho- rus 1,23 Glee Club 33 Future Nurses 1. SALLY HARKER, Tennis 1,23 G.A.A. 1,2,3,43 Chorus 13 Al- legro Chorus 23 Glee Club 33 Campus Council 1,23 Student Council 1,23 Future Teachers 1,23 Y-Teens 1,2,3,4. KATHY HARRINGTON, Skyline 2,3,4, Freshman-Sopho- more Editor 2, Assistant Editor 3, Editor-in-Chief 43 Chorus 13 Glee Club 33 Choir 43 Bio-Chem-Ics 1,2,3,4, Sec-Treas. 2, Secretary 33 Y-Teens 1, Interclub 13 Bookstore 1,23 Panther Parade 43 National Honor Society 43 Future Teachers 33 Ten- nis 2. PATRICIA HARRINGTON, G.A.A. 1,2,43 Key 43 Spanish Club 13 Y-Teens 3,4, CLYDE HARRIS, Football 3,43 Track 3,4, Captain 4g Base- ball 1,23 Intramurals 2,3,43 Youth for Christ 13 Diversified Occupations 4, President 4. Ruth Stephens, under the guidance of Mrs. Anita Murrens, meets 3,4, PCZTLZIZGI' Parade 443 a graduation requirement by taking Senior Composition. Chorus 1,23 Spanish Club 1,23 Bio-Chem-Ics 1,2,3,43 Future Teachers 2,3,4, Secretary 33 National Honor Society 3,43 Library Club 2,3,4. 29 JANICE HARRIS, Band l,2,3,4g Pep Band l,2,3,4g Concert Band l,2,3,4. ARLIS HASSELBUSCH, Tennis l,2g G.A.A. l,2,3,4, Board l,2g Cheerleader 2g Homecoming Royalty 4g Plays 2,3,4g Contest Play 3,4g Skyline 4, Senior Editor 4g Panther Parade 4g Spring Musical 2,3,4g Chorus lg Allegro Chorus 2g Choir 3,4g Pom Pom Girls 4g Campus Council 2g Student Council 2,3g Quint-City Student Congress 4, Treasurer 4g Bio-Chem- lcs lg Fuure Teachers l,2g Y-Teens l,2,3,4, Board 3,4, Presi- dent l,2, Secretary 4, Bradley Conference 2,3, lnterclub l,2,3,4g National Honor Society 3,4g National Thespians 3,4, Sec.-Treas. 4. JOHN HAYNIE, Football lg Basketball l. MARIANNE HEALD, G.A.A. l,2,3,4g Cheerleader l,2g Play 3g Spring Musical 3g Spanish Club l,2g Future Teachers l,2g Y-Teens l,2,3,4, Vice-President l,2, Treasurer 3. JUNE HEIMBURGER, G.A.A. 2,3g Key 4g Y-Teens l,2,3,4. MARTHA HENNEL, Chorus l,2. BONNIE HENYAN, G.A.A. l,2g Cheerleader lg Chorus lg Allegro Chorus 2g Glee Club 3g Campus Council lg Student Council lg Future Homemakers l,2,3g Future Distributors 4. LAUREL HESS, Tennis 3g G.A.A. 3,4g Key l,2g Band l,2g Concert Band l,2g Y-Teens l,2,3,4, Secretary 2. American Field Service Exchange Arr ,, U Jan ce H r s P m H t A l s H sselb sch John Haynie Marianne Heald Yvonne Hegwo d J e He mbu g Bryan He e Sandra Hemphill Martha Hennel ,,., L. W . . vw mi Bonnie Henyon Fred Hernandez Laurel Hess Linda Hess Craig Hig h Bonnie Hines Jim Hixson Joline Hixson Gus Hooker Linda H Student Arrives From Sweden LINDA HESS5 G.A.A. 2545 Future Teachers 1525 Library Club 15253. CRAIG HIGNIGHT5 Bio-Chem-lcs 15253545 German Club 2. BONNIE I-IINES5 Spring Musical 35 Chorus I5 Allegro Cho- rus 25 Choir 3545 Mixed Ensemble 253545 Y-Teens I. JIM HIXSON5 Track 2 5 Wrestling 2 5 Intramurals 1525 Spring Musical 45 Band 15253545 Dance Band 35 Pep Band 253545 Concert Band 253545 Spanish Club 25 National Thespians 45 Plays 4. ,IOLINE I-IIXSON5 Chorus 1,25 Choir 45 Glee Club 35 Span- ish Club 25 Future Teachers 2535 Y-Teens 25354. GUS HOCKER5 Football 152535 Track l525 Wrestling I5 In- tramurals 2545 Distributive Education Club 354. LINDA HOFREITER5 Plays 3545 Key 35 Band 15253545 Pep Band 45 Concert Band 45 Future Homemakers 25 Y-Teens 253545 Flag Twirler 4. LUCINDA HOLLOWAY5 Skyline 45 Panther Parade 45 Cho- rus I5 Spanish Club 152535 Treasurer 2,35 Business Club 35 Art Club 3. PHILLIP HOPKINS, Track 152535 Intramurals 35 Chorus 152535 Spanish Club 2535 Tri-Mic 354. LESTER HOSTE5 Tri-Mic 4. Lucinda Holloway James Ho Hopkins Lester H Vicki Howard Susan Hoyle Susan Hubbs Geraldine Hudson Deborah Huggins James Hughes Timothy Hull Deborah Humes Richard Hunter Linda Hupto-n James Hurd Holley Huslcey Madeline Ionides Stephen .lack Haliburton and Bollaert VICKI HOWARD, Chorus 1,2, Glee Club 3,4, Y-Teens 3. SUSAN HOYLE, Glee Club 4, Future Homemakers 1. SUSAN HUBBS, G.A.A. 1,2, Future Nurses 1,2. GERALDINE HUDSON, Tennis 1, G.A.A. 1,4, Spanish Club 3, Future Nurses 1,2,4, Secretary 4, Youth for Christ 1, Ex- change Assembly 3,4. DEBORAH HUGGINS, G.A.A. 2, Chorus 2, Y-Teens 3,4, National Thespians 3,4. JAMES HUGHES, Golf 1,2,3,4, Intramurals 1,2,3,4, Key 1, Band 1,2,3, Concert Band 1,2,3. TIMOTHY HULL, Chorus 1,2, Choir 3,4, Rifle Club 1,2,3,4. DEBBIE HUMES, Plays 4, Chorus 1,2,4. RICHARD HUNTER, Baseball 1,2,3,4, Intramurals 1,3,4. LINDA HUPTON, Chorus 1, Glee Club 4. ROBERT HURD, Football 1,2, Basketball 1,2, Chorus 1. HOLLY HUSKEY, G.A.A. 4, Chorus 1,23 Pom Pom Girls 4. MADELINE IONIDES, G.A.A. l,2,3,4g Plays 3,45 Panther Parade 4, Spring Musical 4, Student Director 4, Future Nurses 45 Y-Teens l,2,3, Business Club 3, National Thespi- ans 3,4. STEVE JACK, Football lg Track l,2,3,4g Wrestling 2, Cross Country 2,3,4, Intramurals 4, Homecoming Royalty 4g Sky- line 4, Sports Co-editor 4, Key 3, Campus Council 2, Student Council 2,3,4g Quint-City Student Congress 4, Pekin District Representative 4, Inter-State Exchange 3, Lettermenls Club 2,3,4, Vice-President 4, G.A.A. Royalty Court 23 Key Club 4. STEVEN JAIRETT, Plays 3,45 Spring Musical 3,4g National Thespians 3,4. BARBARA JEWELL, Glee Club 3,4. ISABELLE JOHNSON, Chorus 2, Future Homemakers 3,4g Art Club 3. JOLENE JOHNSON, G.A.A. 3, Chorus 2, Spanish Club 4, Art Club 4. SHERRY JOHNSON, Future Homemakers 3,4g Youth for Christ 3,4. BARBARA JONES, Glee Club 4. KENNY JONES, Track lg Wrestling l,2,3,4. LINDA JONES, G.A.A. l,2,3,4g Chorus l,2g Spanish Club 12 AS 7 - Head Student Council Steven .lairetl Barbara Jewell Bruce Johnson I abelle Joh so .lol John on Shefft' JOIIUSOI1 Barbara Jones David Jones Ke y Jo d o Sherman Jones Tim Jones Donald Karnes Gerald Katrana .loy Keefer Kathleen Keith Michael Kelley Bruce Kellums Jane Kellums Monte Kelly Paula Kester Joanna Killian Marilyn Kinney William Kirk peech Events SHERMAN J ONES, Football l,2,3,4g Basketball l,2,3,4g Track l,2,3,4g Homecoming Royalty 4, Lettermen's Club 2,3, 4, President 4. DONALD KARNES, Tri-Mic 3. GERALD KATRANA, Tennis 1,23 Intramurals 3, Spanish Club 4. ,IOY KEEFER, G.A.A. l,2,3,4g Chorus l,2. KATHY KEITH, G.A.A. l,2,3,4g Chorus l,2g Clee Club 3, Student Council 4, Future Homemakers 3, Y-Teens 4, Busi- ness Club 3g National Thespians 4. MIKE KELLY, Football l,2g Baseball l,2,4g Intramurals l,2, 3,4g Plays 4, Spring Musical 4, Chorus l,2,3,4g Choir 4, Campus Council 2, Student Council 2. BRUCE KELLUMS, Golf l,2, Intramurals lg Plays 3, Chorus 23 Choir 3,49 Rifle Club 2,3,4, Treasurer 4, Tri-Mic 3. JANE KELLUIVIS, G.A.A. l,2,3,4g Y-Teens l,2,3,4, Secretary 2, Vice-President 4, Interclub 4. PAULA KESTER, G.A.A. 2,3,4g Skyline 4, Index Editor 4, Key 2, Bio-Chem-Ics 2, Future Nurses l,3,4g Y-Teens 2, Bus- iness Club 4, President 4. 4v"""' Patricia Knobloch Larry Knox Harry Kohrt Frank Kopel K th J Michael Kraus Kenneth Kremer Vicki Kroeger Richard Kropp G g K y Attract Seniors J OANNA KILLIAN, Chorus 1,29 Glee Club 3g Spanish Club 4. PATRICIA KNOBLUCH, G.A.A. 4, Art Club 1,3. LARRY KNOX, Football 1,2,3,-4, Basketball 1,2,3g Track 1,3g Intramurals 43 Homecoming Royalty 4, Lettermen's Club 3,4. FRANCIS KOPEL, Football 2,3,4g Basketball 1,2,3g Track 1,35 Cross Country 13 Bio-Chem-Ics 1,2,3,4g Lettermen's Club 3,4. MICHAEL KRAUS, Tennis 1,2,3,4g Intramurals 3g German Club 4. A KENNETH KREMER, Chorus 1, Choir 4. VICKI KROEGER, G.A.A. 1,25 Plays 3,41 Key 4, Panther Parade 4g Chorus 1,2, Glee Club 3,45 Y-Teens 1,2g National Thespians 3g Pep Club 1. RICHARD KROPP, Intramurals 1,2,3,4. GREG KRYNSKI, Basketball 1, Intramurals 3,4g Campus Council 1,2, Student Council 1,2,4g Representative 2, Class Officer, President 1. 8.lCl' An upcom g B ll Scogla d deba JANET LACEFIELD, Key lg Chorus lg Allegro Chorus 3,43 Future Nurses 3,4. STEVEN LACKEY, Plays 33 Band l,2,3,43 Key 33 Humorous Reading 4 . JON LAIRD, Dance Band 4. BILL LAIRD, Basketball l,23 Intramurals 43 Homecoming Royalty 43 Debate 2g Original Oration 23 Student Council 3,43 Quint-City Student Congress 33 Class Officer, Vice-Presi- dent 3, President 43 Rifle Club 23 National Honor Society 3,43 Art Club lg German Club 3,43 Rotary 4. IVIACDA LAKNER, Chorus lg Future Teachers 4. SANDRA LANG, Band l,2,3,43 Pep Band l,2,3,43 Concert Band l,2,3,43 Youth for Christ 3,4. JEFF LANGE, Football 33 Basketball l,23 Cross Country 23 Baseball l,2,33 Intramurals 3,43 Tri-Mic 3,4. JAMES LANIER, Football l3 Intramurals 2,4. LINDA LARSON, G.A.A. l,2,3,43 Cheerleader 2,3,43 Cheer- leading Camp 3,43 Homecoming Royalty, Princess 43 Plays 4g Humorous Reading 43 Skyline 43 Key l3 Spring Musical 43 Chorus lg Allegro Chorus 23 Campus Council 23 Student Council 2,3,4, Secretary 2,4, Quint-City Student Congress 43 Pekin District Representative 43 Class Officer, Secretary l,2, 3,43 Future Teachers 23 Y-Teens l,2,3,4, Chairman l,2,4, President 3, Interclub 3,4, Interclub Secretary 43 Bradley Conference 3. eniors Investigate Colleges, Assets 6 Ste e Lackey Jo La d William Laird Magda Lakner She ry L 1 Sa d a Lang .Jef y L ge James Lanier Linda Larson K. me 4 Gene Laud Linda Laud Gary Lavine Jackson Lee James Lerschen Vicki Leslie M., M Linda Layman Daniel Lee Darrell Lewis John Lewis Before Making Final Selection LINDA LAUD, G.A.A. Ig Cheerleader Ig Spring Musical 35 Y-Teens 2,3,4. LINDA LAYMAN, Chorus I,2g Glee Club 3,45 Future Teach- ers I,2,3,4g Library Club 3,4. DANIEL LEE, Chorus 4. JACK LEE, Football 2, Track Ig Intramurals 1,43 Tri-Mic 3, Art Club l,2,3,4. JIM LERSCHEN, Wrestling 2,3. VICKI LESLIE, G.A.A. 2, Y-Teens I. DARREL LEWIS, Intramurals 4g Spring Musical 39 Band l,2,3g Pep Band 2,33 Concert Band 2,3. JOHN LEWIS, Golf I,2,3,4g.Baseball 4, Intramurals l,2,3,-4, Lettermenis Club 2,3,4g Key Club 4. JANET LINDER, G.A.A. l,2,3g Future Homemakers 25 Y- Teens I,2. GERALD LINGARD, Football lg Baseball I,2g Intramurals 2,4. STEVEN LIPES, Spring Musical 2,33 Band l,2,3,4g Dance Band 3,4g Pep Band l,2,3,4g Concert Band l,2,3,4g Spanish Club 3. Janet Linder Gerald Linga Kathleen Lingner Steven Lipes Larry Littig Kay Littlewood Christine Lockhart Katherine Locy William Longueville Laura Lopez William Lopez Timothy Lovestrand Janice Loy Craig Lundeen Advanced Government Classes Compare Judith Lundeen Marie Lundgren Daniel Malmstrom Cynthia Mann LARRY LITTIG, Rifle Club 3, Art Club 1. KAY LITTLEWOOD, G.A.A. 1,2,3g Chorus 1,23 Glee Club 3, Y-Teens 1,2,3,4g Art Club 3,4. CHRISTINE LOCKHART, G.A.A. 1,2g5,4g Key 1, Y-Teens 1,2,3,4, Vice-President 3. KATHERINE LOCEY, G.A.A. 1,35 Y-Teens 2. LAURA LOPEZ, Chorus 1,2,3g Spanish Club 1,2,3,4, Secre- tary 4, Representative 4. WILLIAM LOPEZ, Football 35 Tennis 1, Intramurals 3, Af- ter-Dinner Speaking 2, Band 1, Spanish Club, Treasurer 4, Pep Club 1. TIMOTHY H. LOVESTRAND, Basketball 2,33 Track 2,3g Band 43 Concert Band 4. JANICEXLOY, Library Club 4. CRAIG LUNDEEN, Intramurals 3g Debate 43 Band 2,3g Con- cert Band 3, Youth for Christ I,2,3,4. JUDY LUNDEEN, C.A.A. I,2,3,4g Cheerleader l,2,4g Cheer leading Camp 4, Homecoming Royalty 4, Y-Teens l,2,3,4. MARIE LUNDGREN, Tennis 4g G.A.A. 4, Homecoming Roy alty 4g Choir 4, Student Council 4, Representative 4, Quint City Student Congress 4, Y-Teens 454 Exchange Assembly 4. CYNTHIA MANN, C.A.A. l. DAVE MARCH, Football 2,3g Track l,3,4g Wrestling l,2,3 Lettermenls Club 3,4. MYLES MARSH, Football 2,4g Track l,2,3,4g Intramurals 4 Tri-Mic 4. WILLIAM MARSHALL, Bio-Chem-Ics l,2,3,4g Key Club 4. MARSHALL MARTEL, Football lg Basketball 1. RUTH MARTEL, G.A.A. 4g Key lg Future Homemakers 4 Y-Teens 1. JERRY MASSA, Intramurals 33 Tri-Mic 3,4. SHARON MASSA, Future Homemakers 1,2,3,4, Historian 2, President 3, Membership Chairman 4. 9 V' lr? -L7 """""""'-1 . s 5 .Mi..'1" "W I flu' i"""""'i """"'-vi I V' ' 2 ? PN cf ' 2 1 i I 5 I l E 1 Lisa Adams and Mike Christopher aid in the distributio the Key for a journalism project. American and Foreign oy3ernments A noi X f David March James Marchiando Carmen Marino Myles Marsh William Marshall ' Marshall Martel Ruth Martel Christine Martin Jerry Massa Sharon Massa William McAlpine Richard McCormick Harold McCoy Linda McDanel .Iames McDowell Dennis McGinnis Sylvia McIntosh Linda McKeon Kenneth McKitrick Bonnie McLaughlin Linda McMullen Daniel Medina Mercedis Medina Paul Me YMCA Sponsors Dances at WILLIAM MC ALPINE, Debate 3,4, Officer 4, Forensics 3,43 Youth for Christ 2. HAROLD MC COY, Football 3, Baseball 2,3, Intramurals 2. LINDA MC DANEL, G.A.A. 4. DENNIS MC GINNIS, Tennis l, Distributive Education 4, Junior Achievement 2,3,4, NAJAC Conference, JAMCO Con- ference. SYLVIA MC INTOSH, Tennis l,2, G.A.A. l,2,3,4, Plays 3,4, Key l,2,3,4, North Campus Editor 2, Assistant Editor 3, Co-Editor-in-Chief 4, Panther Parade 4, Band l,2,3,4, Bio- Chem-Ics l,2,3,4, Future Teachers l,2,3,4, Historian 2, Vice- President 3, President 4, Y-Teens I,2,3, Interclub 2, National Honor Society 3,4, National Thespians 4, Library Club 2,3,4, State Historian 4, ISLA Representative 3, Pep Club I, Musi- cal Orchestra 3,4, Exchange Assembly 4. LINDA MC KEON, Chorus l,2, Future Homemakers I. KEN MC KITRICK, Wrestling l,2, Plays I, Chorus I,2, Library Club 2, Youth for Christ l,2, Diversified Occupa- tions 4. BONNIE MC LAUGHLIN, G.A.A. 2,3,4, Chorus 1, Library Club l,2,3,4. LINDA MC MULLEN, G.A.A. I,2,4, Future Teachers I, Business Club 3,4. DAN MEDINA, Football 1,23 Track l,2, Wrestling 2,3,4. Brenda Meincke Joanell Mellady Mary Mellinger Jack Miller Jeffrey Miller Kathleen Miller Fair Cround's Cow Palace PAUL MEIER, Track l,2,3,4g Cross Country 2,3g Intra- murals l,2,3,4g Spanish Club 2. BRENDA MEINCKE, Bio-Chem-Ics l,2g National Honor So- ciety 3,4. J OANELL MELLADY, Chorus l,2g Clee Club 3. JOAN MENDENI-IALL, C.A.A. 2,3,4g Serious Reading 4g Key 2g Panther Parade 4, Assistant Editor 4g Spring Musical 3g Chorus lg Allegro Chorus 2g Choir 3,4g Future Teachers lg Y-Teens l,2,3g National Honor Society 3,43 Forensics 4g Aca- demic Dinner 3. RONALD MEYERS, Intramurals 3g Band l,2,3,4g Pep Band 3,4g Concert Band 2,3,4g Rifle Club 2g National Honor So- ciety 4. JACK MILLER, Football lg Basketball l,2,3g Cross Cotmtry lg Baseball l,2,4g Intramurals 3g Chorus l g Tri-Mic 2,3. JEFF MILLER, Football l,2,3g Wrestling l,2g Intramurals 3. KATHLEEN MILLER, C.A.A. l,2,3,4g Cheerleader lg Key 3,4, News Editor 3, Co-Editor-in-Chief 4g Library Club l,2,3,4g ISLA Representative 3g Pep Club l. RONALD MILLER, Debate 2,3,4g Bio-Chem-Ics l,2,3,4, Vice-President 2, President 4g National Honor Society 3,4, Vice-President 4g Rotary 4g Library Club l,2,3g Forensic Union 4, General Manager 4g National Forensic League 4. SHARON QHOLTJ MILLER, Chorus 1,2g Glee Club 3. ,Jar JoAn Mendenhall Ronald MCYCTS Ronald Miller Sharon fHoltJ Miller Rich Stodd presents Mr. A. T. Berghult with the trophy by the band in the Fourth of Judy Parade. VERNA MILLER, Distributive Education 4. KATHY MINK, G.A.A. l,23 Chorus lg Y-Teens l,2,3,43 Key l,2. DEAN MOHR, Wrestling 23 Baseball 2,3,43 Intramurals l,2, 3,43 Tri-Mic 3,4. PATSY MONTIETH, G.A.A. 2,3,43 Homecoming Royalty, Queen 43 Skyline 3,4, Underclass Editor 4g Pom Pom Girls 43 Student Council 3,4, Quint-City Student Congress 43 Y- Teens 2,3,43 National Honor Society 3,43 Library Club 2. DIANNA MOORE, Plays 3,43 Extemporaneous Speech 43 Chorus l,23 Glee Club 33 National Thespians 3,4. DON MOORE, Rifle Club l,2. JOAN MOORE, Chorus l,2. JACK MORRIS, Football 2,3,43 Intramurals I,2,43 Chorus 2. ROBERT MORRIS, Football 43 Baseball 4. WAYNE MOSHER, Track 2,33 Intramurals l,2,3,43 Diversi fied Occupations 4, Parliamentarian 4. Improved Interschool Relations 5 M t 1 M k D M h Patricia Mohr Patricia Montieth D M D M I M T imothy Morgan Jackson Morris , 3 W .. PM' f WN -fr 'QT ,pf 'WW' Q' Robert Morris Wayne Mosher Kathleen Mueller NHHCY Mu M Robert Mullen David Myers Donna Myers Patricia M t h l Promoted by Exchange Assemblies KATHY MUELLER, Tennis 3,43 G.A.A. 2,3,43 Key 2g Band 1,2,3,43 Concert Band 1,2,3,43 Y-Teens 1,2,3,4. NANCY MUELLER, C.A.A. 2,3,43 Future Homemakers 13 Art Club 3,43 German Club 3,4. JOHN MULLEN, Football 1,2,3,43 Track 23 Wrestling 13 Na- tional Honor Society 3,-43 Lettermen's Club 43 Key Club 4, Secretary 4. DAVID MYERS, Chorus 1,23 Rifle Club 13 Tri-Mic 3. DONNA MYERS, Plays 3,43 Band 13 Future Teachers 23 Y-Teens 33 National Thespians 4. CHARLOTTE NEAL, Chorus 1,23 Future Homemakers 13 Y- Teens 1,2. DOUGLAS NEEDHAM, Intramurals 3g Chorus 1,23 Choir 3,4. DIANE NELSON, G.A.A. 13 Band 1,23 Business Club 4. KATHY NEWBERRY, G.A.A. 1,23 Spring Musical 3g Cho- rus 13 Allegro Chorus 2g Choir 3,43 Y-Teens 1,23 Business Club 3. KAREN NEWMAN, Chorus 1,4. glas Ne Kathryn N B Ot R N wman Jean Nimrick Rick Norris Odendahl Susan Ogle Geoffrey Ohlan Sherry Nourse Lynn Odendahl d William Olds Patricia Ortiz Seniors Honored for High Test Scores s rom Dorothy Owen B Parker Sandra Parker JEAN NIMRICK, G.A.A. 4, Panther Parade 4, Chorus 2, Glee Club 3, Future Homemakers 1, Pep Club 1. RICK NORRIS, Intramurals 2,3,4. SHERRY NOURSE, G.A.A. 2, Chorus 1,2, Choir 3,4, Busi- ness Club 3,4. LYNN ODENDAHL, C.A.A. 2,3,4, Chorus 1, Allegro Chorus 2, Glee Club 3,43 Future Homernakers 2,3, Future Nurses 2, Business Club 3, Secretary 3. TOM ODENDAHL, Intramurals 2,3, Bio-Chem-Ics 1,2, Na- tional Honor Society 4. SUSAN OGLE, G.A.A. 1,2,3, Chorus 1, Spanish Club 4, Y- Teens 1,2,3,4. GEOFFREY OHLAND, Tri-Mic 4. WILLIAM OLDS, Bio-Chem-les 3,4, Key Club 4, Youth for Christ 1,2,3,4, President 2. PAT ORTIZ, G.A.A. 2, Chorus 1, Spanish Club 1, Future Homemakers 3. BONNIE OSTROM, Tennis 1,2,3, G.A.A. 1,2,3,4, Board 4, Vice-President 4, Homecoming Royalty 4, Spring Musical 2,3, Band 1,2,3,4, Head Majorette 4, Future Nurses 1,2, Y- Teens 1,2,3,4, Interclub 3. DOROTHY OWEN, National Honor Society 3,4. BRUCE PARKER, Intramurals I,2,3,4. DEBBY PARR, Plays 4, National Thespians 4. NANCY PASSNO, C.A.A. lg Chorus I,2g Y-Teens I, Pep Club I. TYRONE PATTERSON, Football l,2,4g Basketball l,2g Track I,2,3,4, Captain 45 Intramurals 3,4g Lettermen's Club 2,3,4g Student Council 4. MARLENE PENDERSON, Chorus 1. WILLIAM PENROD, Intramurals 2,45 Spring Musical 3, Chorus I,2, Choir 3,4g Rifle Club Ig Tri-Mic 3,4. CARLOS PEREZ, Wrestling 3g Tri-Mic 3,4. MIKE PETERS, Track I,2g Wrestling 2,33 Cross Country 1,2 3 Intramurals 4, Key Club 4. JEANNIE PHILLIPS, G.A.A. Ig Plays 2,33 Key 3,43 Spanish Club l,2,3g National Thespians 3,4g Art Club I,2,3,4. MARILYN PISMAN, G.A.A. 2,33 Glee Club 3,4. Tom Caldwell discovers that washing the C off the front windows is almost as difficu by American College Testing Program ' . im We We f is ' :lff' 1fzsf'e figs - P f , ' " v vis T! Debby Parr Nancy passno Tymnne Patterson Marlene Penderson William Pen d Betty Peplow Carlos Perez Mike Peters Jeannie Phillips Marilyn Pism ht d 1 lt d t William Pobanz C arolyn Potter Robert Potter Ilglagilyn Powell Brent Price l Ed Price Gregory Prickett ,loyce Prine o ert Purs ey Michael Raes Senior Girls Receive Red Cross BILL POBANZ, Bio-Chem-Ics 2g Rifle Club I. CAROLYN POTTER, Chorus I,2, Glee Club 3,4. ROBERT POTTER, Football I,2,3,43 Track 3,43 Wrestling I,2,3,43 Original Oration 43 Chorus I,2,3. MARILYN POWELL, G.A.A. I3 Chorus I,23 Glee Club 3,43 Business Club 3,4. ED PRICE, Art Club 4. GREG PRICKETT, Wrestling 3,43 National Honor Society 3,43 Lettermen's Club 3,43 Key Club 4. JOYCE PRINE, Glee Club 3,4. Frank Rasso Cheryl Ray George Rasso J ack Redmond ROBERT PURSLEY, Intramurals 2,4. MIKE RAES, Track 2,33 Intramurals 2,3,43 Rifle Club 2. Donna Reed Steve Reese Ri h OIH118 C1 0 Il E1 c ard Reger C R d I ll R d Sandra Reliford David Reynolds Michael Rice Susan R1ce TOIII RISSS Standard First Aid Certificates FRANK RASSO, Intramurals 4, Art Club 2. CHERYL RAY, Panther Parade 4, Chorus l,2g Bio-Chem-Ics l,2,3g Y-Teens l,2,4g National Honor Society 3,4, Secretary 4. JACK REDMOND, Intramurals 3,45 Chorus 2, Choir 3,4. DONNA REED, Y-Teens l,2. STEVE REESE, Baseball l. CONNIE REID, Chorus 1, Key 2, Y-Teens l,2,3,4. JOHN REID, Football 3,4g Basketball lg Track 2,3,4g Intra- murals 3,4g Homecoming Royalty 4g Tri-Mic 3,4, President 4, Lettermen's Club 3,4. DAVID REYNOLDS, Basketball lg Track 1,35 Intramurals lg Tri-Mic 3. SUSAN RICE, Chorus 2, Glee Club 3, Future Nurses 2. TOM RISSE, Football Ig Basketball l,2,3,4g Track 3, Golf 2,3,4g Baseball 4, Intramurals 43 Key Club 4. Th t h f th 1 th Lat p proper ec mques o mou -o-mou FCSUSCI lon are on Rescussa-Anne by Laura Lopez and Jan DeDeck ara ion or I p p t f their class's half-time performance John Reid ke Peters practice a gymnastics stunt JAMES ROBERTS, Bio-Chem-Ics 1,2,3,43 National Honor Society 3,4. LOIS ROBERTSON, Key 43 Band 2,3,43 Chorus 23 Pep Band 3,43 Concert Band 3,43 Spanish Club 1g Y-Teens 1,2. CARY ROBINSON, Intramurals 1,23 Spanish Club 1. ARTHUR ROGERS, Intramurals 33 Distributive Education 4. MAUREEN ROTH, G.A.A. 3,43 Panther Parade Cover De- sign 33 Art Club 3,4. ROBERT ROTH, Wrestling 1. JANA ROTZ, G.A.A. 1,2,3,4, Board 3,43 Key 2g Panther Pa- rade 43 Spring Musical 33 Spanish Club 43 Bio-Chem-Ics 1,23 Future Teachers 23 Y-Teens 2,33 National Honor Society 3,43 Academic Dinner 1. PHIL ROWE, Plays 3,43 Debate 43 Original Oration 43 After- Dinner Speaking 43 Radio Broadcast 43 Spring Musical 3,43 Band 43 Choir 3g Pep Band 43 Concert Band 43 National Thespians 3,43 National Forensic League 4. MICHAEL ROWLANDS, Football 1,2,33 Track 1,2,3,43 Cross Country 33 Intramurals 43 Homecoming Royalty 43 Let- termen's Club 3,4, Secretary 4. RITA RUBY, G.A.A. 1,23 Key 23 Chorus 1,23 Future Home- makers 1,23 Y-Teens 2,3,43 Distributive Occupation 4, Trea- surer 4. Large rowds Drawn by Roady James Roberts Linda Roberts Lois Robertson Gary Robinson A Rogers Maureen Roth Robert Roth Jana Rotz Phil Rowe Michael Rowlands Rita Ruby MHTY RYHT1 Susan Ryan Linda Sacco Nancy S3000 Joanne Saelens Linda Sandberg Patsy Sanquist Stephen Sapato Winter Sports Events MARY RYAN, C.A.A. 2,3,4, Homecoming Royalty 4, Pan- ther Parade 4, Spring Musical 3, Student Council l,2',3,4, Campus Council l,2, Future Teachers l,2, National Thes- pians 3,4, Library Club l,2,3,4, Vice-President 2. SUSAN RYAN, C.A.A. 4, Business Club 4. LINDA SACCO, G.A.A. 3,4, Skyline 3,4, Spanish Club 3,4, Future Nurses 4, Business Club 4. NANCY SACCO, G.A.A. l,2,3,4, Panther Parade 4, Bio- Chem-Ics 1,2, Future Teachers l,2, Secretary 2, National Honor Society 3,4, Library Club 2,3,4. JOANNE SAELENS, Tennis l,2,3, C.A.A. l,2,3,4, Y-Teens 3, Business Club 3,4. LINDA SANDBERG, G.A.A. I, Plays 4, Future Nurses I. PATSY SANQUIST, Youth for Christ 2. STEPHEN SAPATO, Plays 4, Spring Musical 4, Band I, National Thespians 4. STEPHEN SAVAGE, Plays 3,4, Debate 3, Radio Broadcast 4, Spring Musical 3, Student Council 4, National Thespians 3,4, Art Club l,2. RUTH SCHAFER, Chorus 1, Future Homemakers l,2. DENNIS SCHAEF ER, Intramurals 1, Plays I. TODD SCHAVE, Football l,2, Track 3,4, Cross Country 3,4, Intramurals 3,4, Lettermen's Club 4. 'LQ' Stephen Savage Dennis Schaefer Ruth Schafer Todd Schave Jeffery Schilling Alan Schmidt Pamela Schmidt Jerry Schneider Gail Schultz Nancy Schultz William Scogland Necia Scott Reuben Segura Sharon Seidlitz "Little Mary Sunshine" Final Theatrical Phillip Sheahan Philip Shuh Tim Siddons Gilbert Sierra JEFF SCHILLING3 Basketball 1,23 Golf 1323 Intramurals 3343 Student Council 1323 Class Vice-President 1. ALAN SCHMIDT3 Football 13233343 Basketball 13 Wrestling 23 Baseball 13233343 Intramurals 13233343 Homecoming Royal- ty 43 Plays 23 Lettermenis Club 334. PAMELA SCHMIDT3 Chamber Reading 43 Original Mono- logue 33 Declamation 43 Spring Musical 43 Band 13233343 Pep Band 233343 Concert Band 3343 Y-Teens 233343 Board 33 Na- tional Forensic League 4. GAIL SCHULTZ3 G.A.A. 132333 Clee Club 1323 Spanish Club 13 Future Homemakers 132333 Y-Teens 1323334. NANCY SCHULTZ3 Plays 33 Future Homemakers 13 Future Nurses 13 Y-Teens 233343 Business Club 3343 National Thes- pians 4. WILLIAM SCOGLAND3 Debate 233343 Special Activities Manager 43 Bio-Chem-Ics 13233343 Vice-President 43 National Honor Society 3343 President 43 German Club 3,43 Library Club 23 National Forensic League 43 Forensic Union 4. NECIA SCOTT, G.A.A. 233343 Chorus 132,33 Y-Teens 334. REUBEN SEGURA3 Football 13 Basketball 13 Track 1323 Baseball 132. SHARON SEIDLITZ3 G.A.A. 233343 Plays 3343 Y-Teens 1,2,3g Business Club 33 National Thespians 334. PHIL SHEAHAN, Football I,2,3,4, Track I, Wrestling 2, Intramurals l,3,4, Chorus 1, Lettermen's Club 3,4. PHILIP SI-IUH, Track 3. TIM SIDDONS, Track 2 , Intramurals 3. GILBERT SIERRA, Football I,2,3,4, Basketball I, Track l,2, Wrestling l,2,3,4, Intramurals I, Plays 3, Chorus 3,4, Spanish Club l,2,3,4, Rifle Club 2. ,IUANITA TERESA SIERRA, C.A.A. 2,3, Key 3,4, Spanish Club l,2,3,4, Vice-President 4, Future Teachers l,2,3,4. MARY SIERRA, G.A.A. l,2,3, Panther Parade 4, Chorus l,2, Choir 3,4, Spanish Club 1,2, Future Nurses 2,3,4, Trea- surer 4, Library Club l,2. SANDRA SIMMONS, G.A.A. l,2,3,4, Y-Teens l,2,3,4. VIVVIA SIMMONS, Panther Parade 4, Spanish Club 2,3,4, Y-Teens 4. JERRY SISSON, Intramurals 2,3, Chorus l,2, Choir 3,4. KAREN SLONECKER, G.A.A. 3,4. KARLA SLONECKER, Tennis 2, G.A.A. 2,3,4. ,IOLENE SMALL, Plays 4, Key 2,3, Panther Parade 4, Editor-in-Chief 4, Bio-Chem-Ics 2,4, Future Teachers 1, Y- Teens l,2,3,4, National Honor Society 3,4, National Thes- pians 4, Library Club I,2,3,4, President 4. BRIAN SMITH, Football 1. Production for Senior Class ' ' " , .2 ' K me Rf' 'D A M, 2 W ff T630 CS C 011 ter a long wait ln line Dave Elbow finally h th f t Af for a much needed d k Juanita Sierra Mary Sierra Sandra Simmons Vivvia Simmons Jerry Sisson Terry Siverly Karen Slonecker Karla Slonecker Jolene Small Brian Smith Carol Smith Cynthia Smith Linda Smith .lerffld Smith Rick SOIIIIHCF Connie Spencer Jack Spinello ' Debra Stafford Judith Stark Steven St. 101111 Robert Stamp Dave Stauffacher Nancy Steele Larry Streight Montieth andllolbert Reign CAROL SMITH, G.A.A. 1,2333 Spring Musical 1,2,43 Choir 3,43 Y-Teens 1,2,3,4, Chairman 23 National Thespians 3,43 Art Club 3,43 Ensemble 2,43 Allegro Chorus 2. CYNTHIA SMITH, Key l,2,3,43 Panther Parade 4g Chorus 1,23 Bio-Chem-Ics l,2,3,43 Future Teachers lg National Honor Society 3,43 Attended National Science Foundation Science Summer program at University of Illinois on a scholarship 3. LINDA SMITI-I, Future Homemakers 13 Y-Teens 3. RICKY SOMMER, Debate 4g Key 23 Panther Parade 43 Bio- Chem-Ics 1,2,3,43 National Honor Society 3,43 Treasurer 43 German Club 3,43 Rotary 43 National Science Foundation Re- search Program at University of Iowa 3. CONNIE SPENCER, G.A.A. 2g Future Homemakers 3,4 Parliamentarian 4. J ACK SPINELLO, Track 33 Chorus I,2. DEBRA STAFFORD, Chorus 1,23 Campus Council 13 Student Council 13 Spanish Club 13 Y-Teens 1,2,4. 7 -v- ' i ' Q x Darlene Stegenga Ruth Stephens Richard Stepp Russell Stilwell Richard Stodd G t K l K h Dora Sullivan Marvin Sunken ary Stotmeis er enneth Stott er at leen Stumphy Over Homecoming Festivities ,IUDITH STARK, G.A.A. l,2,3,4g Chorus lg Glee Club 3,45 Future Homemakers lg Future Nurses l,2,3,4, Business Club Q 4. STEVE ST. JOHN, Rifle Club 3,4, Secretary 4. ROBERT STAMP, Basketball lg Track l,2, Tennisg Golf S 25 Intramurals 2,3,4. NANCY STEELE, G.A.A. 3,49 Y-Teens l,2,3,4. LARRY STREIGHT, Chorus 1,2 g Tri-Mic 4. DARLENE STEGENGA, Tennis l,2,3g G.A.A. l,2,3,4g Cer- ' man Club 3,4. RUTH STEPHENS, G.A.A. 2,3,4g Panther Parade 4g Library Club 2,3,4, Historian 4. RICHARD STODD, Band 2,3,4g Dance Band 3,4, Student Director 4g Pep Band 3,4g Concert Band 3,4g German Club 4. GARY STOTMEISTER, Intramurals 3,4. KENNETH STOTTLER, Rifle l,2,3,4, Vice-President 45 German Club 3, UICA 4. MARVIN SUNKEN, Chorus 1,2,3,4g Art Club 2,3,4. . Charlotte Neal and Maureen Roth discover one of the of winter FLOYD SUTLIFF, Chorus l,2,3. MARVIN SUTTON, Basketball l,2,3,4g Cross Country 2g Baseball 2g Intramurals 4. JAMES SWANSON, Chorus 3g,Tri-Mic l. DIANE SWAYZE, Chorus 23 Glee Club 3. SUSAN SWEAT, Chorus lg Y-Teens l. J ANICE SWITZER, G.A.A. lg Future Homemakers 4. DON TALBOT, Football l,2,3,4g Basketball l g Track l,2, 3,43 Intramurals 3,4g Tri-Mic 3,45 Lettermen's Club 3,4. JOYCE TALLENT, G.A.A. l,2,3,4g Y-Teens 2,3g German Club 3, Secretary 3. ELENA TERRONEZ, G.A.A. l,2,3g Chorus l,2g Glee Club 3, Spanish Club l,2,3,4g Future Nurses l,2,3,4, Business Club l. LINDA TETER, Chorus 2. Pat Harrington and Judy Lundeen practice toward the skillful operation of IBM punch machine for Secretarial Practice. Seniors Select Courses in Fl0yd Slltliff Marvin Sutton Bernard Swank James Swanson Mike Swarts Diane Swayze Susan Sweat Janice Switzer Donald Talbot Joyce Tallent wt, 1-XX Elena Terronez Linda Teter Gary Thomas Linda Thomas Sue Thoman Judith Thornton Linda Tice Gary Timbrook Brenda Tipsword Deborah Trammel Prepartion for Future ccupations LINDA THOMAS, Chorus 2g Glee Club lg Business l. SUE THOMAN, G.A.A. l,2,3,4g Homecoming Royalty 4g Plays l,2,3,4g Chamber Reading llg Declamation 4g Spring Musical l,2,3,4g Band l,2,3,4g Choir 33 Dance Band 3,45 Bio-Chem-lcs l,2,3,4g National Honor Society 3,4+g National Thespians 2,3,lLg Library Club 2,3,-4. JUDITH THORNTON, C-.A.A. l,2,3g Original Oration 4g Spring Musical 4g Band l,2g Pep Band lg Y-Teens 3. LINDA TICE, Chorus l,2g Choir 4g Glee Club 3. BRENDA TIPSWORD, Y-Teens l,2,3. DEBORAH TRAMMEL, Concert Choir 3,4-. CINDY TURNER, G.A.A. I,2,3,4. DARRELL TURNER, Football Ig Intramurals lg Chorus 23 Choir 4g Tri-Mic 2. Donna Troutwine Ronald Tucke Cynthia Turner Darrell Turner . - -i mas Upton Sharon Utter Patricia VanBruwaene Charles VanDeVoorde Richard VanDeVoorde VanDeWoestyne Cindy VanOteghim Nancy VanTieghem Philip Vaughan Ella Vershaw D nis Versluys Donald P ela Vicliroy Carl Walz Vickers Julie DeBoo Chosen as "Pete SHARON UTTER, Chorus l. PATRICIA VAN BRUWAENE, G.A.A. 2,3,4g Y-Teens 2,3,4g Inter-Club 3,4. CHAR-LES VAN DEVOORDE, Football 2,3,4g Basketball 2g Track l,2g Tennis lg Intramurals 3,4g Plays 3,43 National Thespians 4. RICHARD VAN DEVOORDE, Golf 2g Intramurals l,4. DON VAN DEWOESTYNE, Key 4g Tri-Mic 2,3,4. CINDY VAN OTECHEIVI, Chorus 2g Art Club l,2,3g Dis- tributive Occupations 4. NANCY VAN TIEGHEIVI, G.A.A. l,2,3,4g Chorus l,2g Y- Teens l,2,3,4. ELLA VERSHAW, Chorus l. DENNIS VERSLUYS, Football l,2,3,4g Wrestling l. DONALD VICKERS, Football l,2,3,4g Basketball lg Track 1, Intramurals 3,4. PAM VICKROY, G.A.A. 1,2,3,4g Y-Teens l,2,3g Business 3. ROBERT WARD, Intramurals 4. TIM WARREN, Spring Musical 3,43 Chorus l,2g Choir 3,4g Audio-Visual 3,4. PHYLLIS WASHINGTON, G.A.A. lg Chorus lg Future Nurses 2. BRENDA WATSON, Tennis lg C.A.A. 1,2,3,4g Chorus 2, Y- Teens 1,2,3,4. TERRY WATSON, Football l,2. SUE WEAVER, Tennis lg G.A.A. l,2,3,4, Key 3, Chorus 2, Y-Teens l,2,3,4+g Business 3. ROBERT WEIDMAN, Track lg Intramurals 1,3g Chorus l,2g Choir, 3,4. the Pantherw-UTHS Mascot Robert Ward Ted Ware Jerry Warren ' Brenda Watson Terry Watson Susan Weaver Sandra Weinert Wendy Wells Kenneth Westbrook .IHIHCS W8St6rVCll Michael Whitcanack Sherri Whitmore Kirk Whitney Joyce Wiemers Steve Wiker Marie Wilcox Cynthia Wildermuth David Willaert Pamela Willemarck Charles Williams Aviation Science Added SANDRA WEINERT, G.A.A. 2,3,4g Plays 3,45 Band l,2,3,4g Pep Band 2,43 Concert Band 2,3,4g National Thespians 4g Pep Club l. WENDY WELLS, Chorus lg Future I-Iomemakers l,2. MIKE WHITCANACK, Football l,2,3,4, Basketball l,2g Track l,2,3,4g Intramurals 4, Lettermen's Club 2,3,4. SI-IERRI WHITMORE, Spanish Club l. JOYCE WIEMERS, Future Homemakers 2 g Future Nurses 2,3,4. STEVE WIKER, Intramurals 2,4. MARIE WILCOX, Future Homemakers l,2. CYNTHIA WILDERMUTH, Future Nurses 4. DAVE WILLAERT, Intramurals 2,4. PAM WILLEMARCK, Tennis lg G.A.A. l,2,3,4g Plays 3g Key 2,33 Chorus 1,23 Glee Club 3, Y-Teens l,2,3,4g Chair- man 4g Business Club 3,4g Art 3,4. . sg..-1 nt. zfpmfr Q' ,.. ,, yi: 67" Dan Williams Eddie Williams Ronald Williams Donnie Wilson Mack Wilson Susan Wonderlich John Woner Heather Wood Linda Wriedt Nancy Wright to Senior Electives CHARLES WILLIAMS, Tennis 45 Intramurals 2,3,4g Band I,2,3,4. EDDIE WILLIAMS, Football 4, Basketball l,3g Tennis l,2, 3,43 Intramurals 2,45 Debate 25 Skyline 4, Lettermen's Club 2,3,4g Key Club 3,4. RONALD WILLIAMS, Football 1,2,3,4g Wrestling 1,2,3g Intramurals 4, Lettermen's Club 3,43 Key Club 4. MACK WILSON, Football Ig Track I,2,3,4, Chorus l,2,3. SUSAN WONDERLICH, G.A.A. 1,2g Chorus l,2g Glee Club 3,43 Y-Teens 1. JOHN WONER, Basketball lg Track l,2,3,4g Cross Country I,2,3,4g Lettermen's Club 3,4. HEATHER WOOD, G.A.A. 2,3,4g Y-Teens 2,3,4g Junior Achievement 2,3. LINDA WRIEDT, Chorus 1,2. NANCY WRIGHT, G.A.A. lg Glee Club 3,4 Al Flk l h' h 't llt th e ner gu ps as 15 c emis ry ca y added information from Mr. Phillip cu a ions a LARRY YBARRA, Football lg Basketball lg Track l,2,3g Intramurals 2,43 Lettermenis Club 4. RICHARD YEARGLE, Football l,2,3,4g Basketball l,2,3,4g Track l,2,3,4g Homecoming Royalty, Prince 43 Lettermen,s Club 2,3,4. ALLEN ZAEHRINGER, Track 2,3,4g Intramurals 3,4. MELODY ZANETELLO, G.A.A. l,2,3,4g Chorus l,2g Y- Teens l ,2,3,4. JUNE ZIMMERIVIAN, G.A.A. 3,4g Chorus lg Allegro Chorus 23 Glee Club 3. DAN ZORA, Football l,2,3,4g Basketball l,2,3g Baseball l, 2,3,4g Intramurals 4g Homecoming Royalty 4g Campus Coun- cil 2g Student Council 2,4g Class Officer, Vice-President 2g Treasurer 3,4g Bio-Chem-Ics lg Lettermen's Club 3,4-, Trea- Junior varsity debaters, Ron Tucker and Ben Duckwiler make good use of Mr. Neule-ib's willing assistance. surer 4g Rotary 4. Graduation Opens New get sf f , f M- f- . in tak " ,' Q, WQTQW 3 tag 3, F x gig! " 3:55 mass ,, ,J gf K 4 ff My ig. Wa.. Dwain Wyant Lawrence Ybarra Richard Yeargle Melody Zanetello June Zimmerman Dan Zora Jo Arm Young Allen Zaehringer i - J ,. .. , .A . if 'H 'J is it Junior Rotarians. FRONT ROW: Keith Asmus, Dan Zora, Bill World to Seniors Laird, Ron Miller. BACK ROW: Rick Sommer, Steve Savage, John Mullen, Bill Scogland. KI Qfnnlr Xl Illinois State Scholarship winners. FRONT ROW: Hilton Cass, Rick Som- mer, Ron Miller, Bill Scogland, Jim Roberts, Greg Prickett. ROW 2: John Mullen, Drusilla Courtney, Patsy Montieth, Cynthia Smith, Steve St. John. -Q-um s ,,lJ , BACK ROW: Kathy Muller, Nancy Sacco, Linda Gremonprez, Jana Rotz, Paul Meier, Marvin Sutton, Bill Marshall. nderciassrnen "There is a time for some things, and a time for all things a time for great things and a time for all things." Cervantes 'GA fm' N4 if 1 we-f' ww E sm. is Q v Q. 22 .vxvfwffur vw v Q' K, S fm.m..u.1 , i 'WS ' 1. .2 4, -A., ., we . 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V Bob Lewis expresses satisfaction at his PSAT results. t Surrounded by change, the Juniors managed to create a year of their own. Participation at games, attendance at dances, and other numerous activities provided a time for them to become adjusted. Tradition was altered for the Juniors with the modification of the class ring. Removal of the crest from the top and the lowering of the stone in the mounting were the most sig- nificant differences. A panther and a shield displaying four symbols of education were engraved on the sides. In ad- dition, a sweetheart ring was initiated and offered to the girls. It displayed an oval stone and a finer mounting to give a more feminine appearance. Also on the agenda for the Juniors was the Preliminary Scholastic Aptitude Test. This exam was devised to challenge and acquaint the students with the fields of English and math and prepare them for the Scholastic Aptitude Test. In the spring the National Merit Scholarship Test was given to college-bound students desiring an opportunity for fi- nancial aid. The Juniors came closer to the realization of having to plan a future now. Students interested in going to college began selecting the schools best suited for their particular qualifications. Other students outlined their ca- reers by enrolling in Diversified Occupations which origi- nated this year. The program was designed to encourage students, not planning to further their education, to inves- tigate other occupations through job training. Junior class officers: Treasurer, Beth Sipesg Vice-President, Keene Kruckenbergg Secretary, Debbie Rubyg President Jack Brooks. Juniors Robert Adams, Dale Adamson, Gail Adamson, Robert Ahlgren, Maria Alejo, David Alexander, Mark Almblade, Mary Anders, Phillip Anders. Diane Anderson, Judy Ander- son, Robert Anderson, Rodney Anderson, William Anderson, Beverly Archibald, Sidney Ash- by, Vivian Ashton, Judene As- pelmeier. Ronald Badtke, Larry Baggs, John Baker, Marcia Baker, Ge- nita Barber, James Barber, Di- anna Barnewolt, Thomas Bar- tels, John Baskett. Charles Baum, Steve Bazor, Kay Beachboard, Robert Beale, Mi- chael Bealer, Evelyn Bebout, Marilyn Bein, John Bell, Le- anne Bender. Valerie Bender, Dan Benson, Donna Benson, Susan Berg- strand, Jean Bert, Larry Best, Joyce Bettis, Michael Bevel- heimer, Patricia Beyhl. Michael Blackman, Deloris Bleuer, Jo Anne Blodgett, Bev- erly Bockmiller, Ronald Bolin, Mark Bollaert, Larry Bond, Sally Bonds, Susan Bourque. George Bowen, Patricia Boze- man, Randy Brekke, Charlotte Brennan, Connie Britton, Bren- da Brobst, Charlotte Brokaw, Jack Brooks, Gale Brown. Patrick Buckley, Bill Burke, Greg Burke, Tom Burney, Les- ter Burrell, Donald Buss, Thom- as Bussert, Susan Call, Gary Campagna. 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L 4 4+ -- an 42 V S263 Vive:-SV: gait, aria:-,555 ,A - , p 553, ' Class of 1968 Tony Cardoso, George Carlton, Dan Carpenter, Charles Carr, Lindsay Carroll, Tom Carroll, Thomas Carss, James Carter, Emilene Casey. Donald Caulkins, Joseph Cava- zos, Josephine Cavazos, Jerome Challenor, Charlene Chapman, Gregory Chickris, James Chuich, Richard ClaPPV Carl Clark. David Clark, Dennis Clark, Robert Clark, Pamela Coakley, Roberta Cohert, Polly Coggins, Virginia Colby, Ronald Cole, Georgia Coleman. Kay Collis, Charles Comito, John Conklin, Ralph Conner, Margaret Cook, Nancy Cooper, Julie Coopman, Phil Coram, Diana Cordell. Edwin Cornell, Linda Cove- maker, William Crampton, San- dra Crandall, James Cravens, Jim Crouch, Penny Cruzen, Terry Culley, Bette Cunning- ham. Ronald Curtis, John Daehler, Michael Daggett, Pamela Dag- gett, David Dale, Sharon Daily, Peter Darby, Diane Daubman, Linda Davidson. Arthur Davis, Linda Davis, Jackie Dawson, Jimmy Dawson, Barbara Day, Joseph Debowski, Christine DeCapp, Christine De- Doncker, Nanci DeGrande. Alicia DeLaRosa, Stephen Dempsey, Andrew Dena, Doro- thy Deopere, Janet DeRamme- laere, Celeste DeRoin, Diana DeSpain, Cynthia DeVrieze, Mary DeWaele. Panther enthusiasts express their loyalty by signing the pledge board. Juniors Jorge Diaz, Deborah Diederich, Luanne Dietz, Danny Dillon, Ralph Dobbins, David Dobe- reiner, Margery Dobereiner, Kay Dohogne, James Dokas. Ronald Doose, Rex Doty, Don- ald Dowell, Roy Dowell, Betty Downing, Douglas Downing, Kathy Downs, Jay Dralle, Ken Draper. Michael Drobushevich, Janet Dubuisson, Debra Duffee, Gary Dumolien, Sharon Dumolien, Joanne Duncan, Mary Dzekuns- kas, Valerie Elbow, Mary Jo Eleopulos. Karen E n g s t r o m , Barbara Erichson, Linda Erickson, Lynn Erickson, C a r ol Etheridge, Richard Feaster, Barbara Fer- guson, Donna Ferguson, John Fields. Sherry Fieser, Michael Finley, Sharon Flack, John Flanagan, William Floyd, Nancy Fon- teyne, Linda Fraikes, Diane Franks, Marcia Frazelle. Suzanne Frederickson, John Freeman, Reginald Freeman, James Freiburg, Jean Frels, Kathy Frye, Sharon Frye, Steve Fuller, James Garcia. Rick Garrett, Coleen Garrison, Glenna Giese, Rita Giminez, Theresa Girt, Easter Glass, Di- ane Glendon, Cheryl Goebel, Daniel Gomez. Stephen Gooch, Michael Gra- ham, Kent Granell, Charles Gray, Donna Green, Michael Green, Dan Gremonprez, Jac- queline Guerrero, Jessica Guer- rero. Eager to support their team, students purchase tickets for an away game. KW?fKss1f2iKteasffESes .- H 111 -K-Kff-K111i11 . -. W f . - 1V.fK1-ui-V-tg.:-1.15.11 . - 5 1 1 V . 1 K -:s,1.f:1e Kf2K1, . 1 K1.K.:a.t , .. .1111-K1-1 K 1 V , 1,.1siK1.:f K is ,SS-2523 K . - - irrii3SL?1z K f i" K ?egiegqfii1 rg?z:51i1K 1 K :-We - .- Q .- NK ' bifgifiigg It-SSW 1 .af V 4. 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Linda Harrison, Keene Hart, Donna Harvey, James Hawkins, Robert Hawkins, Sheila Haw- kins, Linda Hayes, Michael Hays, Mickey Haedley. Lynne Heinze, Barbara Hemp- hill, Bob Hemphill, Sandra Henrichs, James Henry, Carlene Hensley, Barbara Hernandez, John Herzfeldt, Bonnie Hess. James Hicks, Peggy Higham, Yvonne Hildebran, Vicki Hill- man, Kenneth Hipskind, Larry Hobbs, Lynn Hooker, William Hoffman, James Hofrieter. James Horst, Teresa Hough, William Houser, Larry Hout, Gwendolyn Howard, John Ho- well, Dan Huber, Deborah Hunt, Kaye Hunt. Mary Lou Hunt, Dennis Hus- ton, Peggy Hutchins, Jannetta Immesoete, Patricia Immesoete, Edwin Irwin, Arlet Jackson, Roger Jacobs, Robert Jamieson. Russell Jennings, Carolyn John- son, Karla Johnson, Sandra Johnson, Sharron Johnson, Jack Johnston, David Jones, Linda Jones, Patricia Jones. Vicki Jones, James Kapalis, Linda Karenke, Lyle Karenke, Michael Karns, Alice Kay, Mi- chael Keay, Connie Keim, Su- san Kelly. 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Henry Nache, Rita Natwick, Gerald Neels, Henry Neels, Carol Neighbours, Mary Lane Neubauer, Brenda Newman, Debra Nicholson, Lawrence Nickell. Alan Nordstrom, Larry Nourse, Sharon Oakland, Daniel Oden- dahl, Don Ogle, Randall Or- nelis, Sharon Ornelis, Eloise Ortiz, Laura Otterness. James Owen, Chris Owens, Joy Owens, Patricia Patterson, Caro- lyn Paul, Myrna Penner, John Perez, Karyn Peterson, Joseph Phillips. Mrs. Glenn carefully checks Andrea Lovestrand's typing technique. Juniors Lorraine Pierce, Marian Pitts, Vicki Plumb, .lohn Polka, Vir- ginia Pompa, George Porter, Deborah Powell, James Powell, James Power. Alicia Propp, Jerry Propps, Nancy Quimby, Gerald Race, Diane Raiche, Augustine Ran- gel, Rebecca Ransom, Kent Rasko, Richard Rasso. Steve Rasso, Charles Raymond, Louise Reed, Patricia Reese, Bonnie Reeves, Curtis Rexroth, Teresa Reyna, Donna Rhoades, Sheila Rickey. Leah Ridenour, Suzanne Rieger, Janice Rigsby, Kenneth Riley, Daniel Roach, David Roberts, Fred Roberts, Lillian Roe, Bar- bara Rohr. Michael Rohweder, Marcella Romero, Donna Rose, Dave Roseman, Charles Roth, Terry Roudehush, Craig Rowlands, Deborah Ruby, Judy Ruggles. Paul Rusk, Barbara Russell, Jack Russell, Jerry Rutledge, Bridget Ryan, Sandra Sande- fur, Pam Sanders, Roger San- ders, Louis Sandoval. Kerry Sansale, Mark Schaaf, David Schave, Daniel Schilling, Frederick Schultz, Barbara Schwartz, David Scott, Sherrie Scott, Angela Seals. Rodney Sellers, Dana Sels, Frank Serra, Vern Serres, Mar- lene Severtsgaard, Donna Sex- ton, Benita Seys, Bonnie Shaef- fer, Susan Shaffer. Latecomers. FRONT ROW: Eileen Moffet, Margaret Ford, Steve Gustaf, Rose Harrington, Peggy Thompson. ROW 2: Dave Harrel, Dennis Harlan, Carol VanTieghem, John East- man, Gary Hart. 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A Y A J J 5 -W e ,P Transfer students, Steve Lifer- man and Rex Stratton casually chat about their new environ- ment. James Sharpe, Pat Sherer, Maria Sierra, Beth Sipes, Wil- liam Skiles, Jan Smet, Leone Smith, Terry Smith, Karen Smolenski. Ronald Smolenski, Claro Soliz, Panels Soucinek, Cathie Soulis Karen Sparrowgrove, T e r r y Spears, Marie Spinello, David Spitler, Jack Sprouse. 7 Allen Stahal, Stephen Stamp, Gary Standefer, Bruck Stark, Pamels Staten, Martin Stearns, Robert Stenzel, James Steven- son, Julia Stewardson. Mardeen Stewart, Mary Stone, Kenneth Stotmeister, Julia Stout, Donald Strang, Daryl Strathdee, Anita Strickland, David Stumphy, Dennis Stumphy. John Suarez, Patricia Sullivan, Linda Swan, Donna Swank, Steven Sweat, Dennis Switzer, Michael Tank, Barbara Taylor, Connie Taylor. Julie Taylor, Kay Taylor, Mar- tha Taylor, Mary Taylor, Mel- vin Taylor, Timothy Terhune, Darrell Terronez, Lawrence Ter- ronez, Michael Terronez. Rosendo Terronez, Victoria Thieme, Paul Thorp, Steve Thorp, Vickie Trammel, James Trask, Mark Tressel, Timothy Tressel, Wanda Trice. Michael Tripp, Marlene Truitt, Beatrice Trujillo, Nicholett Trujillo, Bruce Trunnell, Jef- frey Tuner, Linda Turner, Larry Tysklind, John VanAusdall. y 73 Juniors Therese VanAuwelaer, Loretta VanBunnen, Mary Vandegeest, Sue VanderBeke, John Vande- Ven, Alvin VanDyke, Jerry Van- Hooser, Carol VanHooser, Gary VanHulle. Jeffrey VanThorre, Gregory Voltenburg, Steven Verdick, Larry VerHeecke, Allan Ver- mast, Robert Vermoire, Randall Verplaetse, Patty Versluys, Ro- bert Verstraete. Steve Virnig, Gerald Visconi, Elizabeth Voltz, Francis Vretis, Kathleen Vuckis, Sandra Vync- ke, Therese Vyncke, James Waggoner, Carol Wagner. Charlene Waldron, Carol Was- sell, Dale Weaver, Lois Weaver, Deborah Webb, Rhonda Wen- ert, James Weissmann, Beverly Wellman, Mona Wells. Paula West, Kenneth Wester- velt, Pattian Whitaker, Patrick Whitcanack, Eldon White, Con- nie Whittington, John Wiemers, Sherry Wilder, Cheryl Wilkin- son. Richard Willems, Rick Willey, David Williams, Ricky Wil- liams, Thomas Williams, Ricky Willis, Chuck Wilson, Lee Wil- son, Virginia Womack. Janes Wood, Thomas Wood- worth, Judy Wortz, Cindy Wright, Eugenia Wright, Ron- ald Wright, Virgil Wright, Eliz- abeth Ybarra, Wendy York. Richard Yusk, Harold Zaeh- ringer. After completing the selection of her meal Leah Ridenour stops to pay the cashier. 4, ,A X 1 t H .- . , -. - -. -ex, my-eff Yes. inf-1 f ' , , A 'A A as as f - f 1 , - - t 1 X, C lk, ., pdf I 'jf' E' - rag, 4 I f ' Q V, . . r .ga .. e ---- 1 S - .V ",. - .1-,qw-'1f7,,.'f7g,,g1 - ,, ' -- . - - K H ' , f H -. . Fit A -- 1 by T l. ' lg ..--'-.Q - - - Star t- 1 -' 2 Q - we it at Q35 1, zrftsit .-1 .- A N 4 " jf 3 via .Q y. , 2 ' g M , ' ' ,. X ' Z, 2 x . 5 itz , ' . . ' , - :W . -V 15,5 -- rf- . T - y " A - ,. 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'f-...?'f 1 n ,at ,W ., 3 aw M, e t l 'ig Trying to gain the reputation of a genius, Dennis Huston stealthily erases an ends in confusion. incorrect answer from his math paper. Above: Ellen Smith and Chuck Hughes watch to see that Tom DePauw doesn't misspell any words as he changes the hul- letin board. Right: Sophomore class offi- cers: Secretary, Ellen Srnithg Treasurer, Lynn Jackg Vices President, Tom DePauwg Presi- dent, Chuck Hughes. Far right: Karl Lough catches up on some outside reading for his world history class. Cynthia Yusk pauses from her studies. QC ' "77 Bhthe Sp1r1t An episode in world history 1S brought to life by Mr Damhorsts explanation One of the responsibilities of office girl, Stephanie Jack, is collecting at- tendance slips. Presented as First Frosh Soph Pla Taking an active part in high school life made the sopho- more year at UTHS a time of excitement and expectation. Knowing their Way through the building and seeing old friends again gave the students more assurance than they had had as freshmen. Through the guidance counselors, infor- mation about colleges and vocational training was made available to the students. A testing program, the Iowa Test of Eductional Development, was taken by sophomores to aid them in determining their scholastic abilities. Many students joined the Library Club and gained valuable information concerning the use of library facilities while others worked in the school offices as attendance and errand girls. In addition to scholastic improvement, sophomores an- ticipated driver education courses and behind-the-wheel training. With the successful completion of these activities they were prepared to take their driveris examination and on passing, received a ten percent reduction of insurance costs. Acquiring a driver's license also meant they would have more independence but greater responsibility. A nine-week course in personal health was required in addition to their other academic curriculum. Athletic competition and school spirit became stronger as the sophomores competed in the Missis- sippi Valley Conference for the first time. Sophomores George Abel, Mitchell Abrams, Jeff Achilles, Jerry Adams, Joel Adams, Dianna Ader, Gwen Ainslie, Orest Akulow, Don Al- brecht. Kathy Aldrich, Corla Allen, Julie Allen, Diana Alexander, Linda Amerein, Betty Anders, Mark Anderson, Ray Anderson, Robbie Anderson. Barbara Andress, Sue Anner- son, Greg Archibald, Sandra Arrington, Bill Ashby, Peggy Ashcraft, Candy Atkins, Lil Aukee, Chris Baker. Adrienna Bandy, George Bar- low, Valerie Barnes, Judy Barnes, Paul Barber, Ron Baum, Michael Baumbach, Steve Beale, Dave Bedford. Robert Beechamp, Peggy Bein, Teresa Belman, Jerry Bennett, Mike Benson, Dick Bergstrand, Michelle Bernhard, Dan Bert, Sandy Berthoud. Robert Bertram, David Betcber, Mary Beyhl, Greg Binder, Gary Bishop, Bill Blomgren, Julie Blunt, Debbie Bobb, Kathy Bobb. Mike Bockmiller, John Boh- lander, Todd Bollaert, Kathy Boney, Terry Bonta, Jean Boorn, Richard Bowen, Debra Bowker, Tom Boynton. Doyle Bradley, Janet Brandon, Sheila Brasmer, David Brereton, Arlene Britton, Charlotte Brock, Cheryl Brown, Cynthia Brown, Marian Brown. Student librarians gain valuable experience by assisting the li- brarians in their efforts of con- tinuous book circulation. Yr 2 FE I 'li Q : Q, 'Q' .. . II E zfegw -- -- -raw-. Kass. ...11. rfzrz-fy K 1 ffwfr.---L51 :r-,sr-1' -. :- s:f2?"1' aah? - . - F ,igazsigafig ..if?12.g s1.i,f,,,K1K-M15-gsz. gig- Q, ., -AF -ta Nw---ivwww:-ergw-wwwwff fe-sggsa . fwfr Q . rr f,, rwrir'?s'im 's2M fatsriimlmf . , s ,a .er ,. w1.,,,,,,,,,. Yixzii? 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Carr, Joe Carroll, Jean- nine Carson, Judy Carter, Hal Castens, Mike Castricone, Pat Castricone, Margaret Castro, Phil Catalfano. Betty Catlett, Tom Caulkins, Patty Cervantes, Leland Cham- bers, Becki Chandes, Sue Ann Chapanian, Jackie Chesser, Mike Clark, Jim Clark. Terry Coaklev, Danny Cogdill, Kenneth Collis, Linda Cones, Marilyn Cone, Janice Cook, Robert Cooper, Steve Copelan, Ted Cord. Diane Coussens, Fred Cravens, Gary Crotty, Kim Croxton, Jim Cruz, Penny Curless, Patricia Curlott, Allen Curtis, Arnold Cutkomp. Chuck Davis, Debbie Davis, Debbie Davis, Diane Davis, Dan Davis, Doug Davis, Joyce Davis, Kathy Davis, Paul Davis. Rita Davis, Ramona Davison, Kim Dahlstrom, Robert Dale, Kathleen Dall, Lois Danielson, David Daubman, Marie Day, Sandra Dawson. With the many aches and pains of youth, sophomore life is not all happiness. Sophomores Cheryl DeCapp, Roger Decker, Julie DeClerck, Dennis De- Decker, Debby DeFauw, Renae DeJaegher, Mike DeMeyer, Ber- netta DeMay, Tom DePauw. Stephen Dettmer, Mary DHooge, George Diaz, Luis Diaz, Cindy Dickinson, Jane Dierderich, Steve Dieterich, Tony Dillon, David Ditch. Mary Dorrins, Jon Dobereiner, Kathy Dolleslager, Charley Don- aho, Jim Dopler, Bob Dopson, Toni Dow, Judy Downing, Chris Downs. Bill Doud, Orsbend Drew, Daniel Dueland, James Duke, Cheryl Dunne, Doug Dutcher, Howard Dyer, Marietta Dze- kunskas, Patricia Edmunds. Marion Edwards, Mike Einfeldt, Debbie England, Crystal Ent- whistle, Mark Elbow, Tom Eleopolos, Mark Elmore, Mike Erichsen, Holly Erickson. Jackie Erickson, Priscilla Erick- son, Steve Etheridge, Paul Evans, Linda Farmer, Mark Farmer, Steve Farkas, Joe Feli- ciano, George Fellows. Fred Fender, Debbie Ferguson, Robert Ferry, Rick Fiechter, Ronnie Fitzgerald, Sandi Flack, Mike Flanagan, Maria Flores, Dennis Followwill. Gail Foreman, Ray Foster, Sharon Foster, Greg Frazee, Bonnie Frazelle, Bruce French, Robert Frenell, Ruth Frey, Bill Frye. 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Debbie Gillespie, Bill Girt, Frank Glaub, Gary Glockhoff, Kathy Glenn, Janice Goderis, Judy Goderis, Harry Goeden, James Goodman. Alma Goodrich, Miriam Gomez Denny Gottwalt, Marlene Gould? Pam Graham, Mary Grant, Di- ane Graves, Marsha Griffith, Sara Griffith. Roger Gross, Romona Gross, Karen Gustafson, Lynn Gustaf- son, John Haines, Katherine Hains, Nora Haliburton, Terri Hall, Rich Hammond. Dennis Harker, Pam Harker, Nancy Harrel, Patricia Harris, Patricia Hasham, Norma Hart- shorn, Marsha Hawkins, Jim Haynie, Cindy Hays. Jack Heimburger, Paula Heinze, Kathy Heitman, Sally Hemp- hill, Sharon Hemphill, Steve Hemphill, Charles Hennel, Lynne Henning, Leonard Hens- ley. Pat Herrera, Kent Hildebrand, Mike Higham, Mary Hines, John Hinton, Jerry Hoffman, Michael Hoffman, Terry Holder, Tina Holder. Herbert Holland, Debbie Holt, Vickie Holt, Merlyn Hood, Janice Hook, Rick Hope, Duane Hopkins, Vicki Horn, Brenda Howard. Cathy Shull assists the coun- selors by alphabetizing student schedules. Diane Howard, Diane Howell, Juanita Hubbard, Steve Huff, Barb Hughes, Chuck Hughes, Barbara Hugill, Randy Huggins, Sally Hull. Rubin Hupton, Vicki lngraham, Fonda Ishmael, Mabel Ivy, Lynn Jack, Stephanie Jack, Jennifer Jackson, Jerry Jackson, Paul Jackson. Bill Jacobs, Charley James, Scharla Jamison, Greg Jaques, Phyllis Jerred, Debbie Johnson, Ed Johnson, Glynn Johnson, Maureen Johnson. Regina Johnson, Steven John- son, Steven Johnson, Cecelia Jones, Debra Jones, Larry T. Jones, Linda Jones, Aaron Ka- han, Sue Kannenberg. Gail Katrana, Bruce Kazlauski, Donald Keegan, Marilyn Ke- hoe, Tim Keim, Tom Keith, Holly Kellums, Charlie Kester, Connie Keyes. Janie Kilgore, John Kilgus, Lin- da Killian, Collette King, Mike King, Virginia King, Linda Kinney, Joe Kipp, David Kirk. Roger Kirschenmann, LiAnne Kitchen, JoAnn Kleinschmidt, Sheryl Kleinan, Bev Koenig, Bobbette Kohl, Karen Kopel, Jackie Korthals, Greg Krogman. 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Randy Lee, Dave Leenknecht, Rick Lehne, Mike Lenth, Cheryl Lewis, Donna Licko, Jack Lin- der, Nancy Lineback, Danny Lipes. Tammie Lockett, Andrea Lock- hart, Valerye Loding, Glenda Loete, Mark Loete, Susan Long, Karen Longueville, Marta Loot- ens, Karen Lynn. Bruce Mauis, Jim Machu, Ro- bert Mack, Diane Maertens, Brenda Malinoski, Mike Mal- lory, Jack Malmstrom, Cynthia Mandigo, Leslie Manzo. Diana March, Gary Marineau, Wayne Marshall, Jon Martel, Gigi Martin, Larry Martin, Ron- da Mathews, Janet Mathias, Mary Matthews. Becky May, William McBride, Norma McCaffrey, Chris Mc- Clain, Mike McLaughlin, Cathy McLernon, Bob McNeal, Kurtis McNeal, Becky McKay. Bryan McSparin, Mike Meers- man, Celia Medina, David Meirer, Margaret Meineke, Deb- bie Mellinger, Michael Mene- strina, Alice Miller, Carol S. Miller. Gary Miller, Jay Miller, Linda Miller, Marsha Miller, Pat Mil- ler, Ruth Miller, Terrv Miller, Robert G. Mills, Phil Minard. Pat Mihevie, Ed Minyard, Larry Moens, Gordon Monte, Cherie Montieth, Chuck Morel, Gary Morgan, Steve Morgan, Danny Moore. Students find that taking notes, although sometimes confusing, adds to the information in their textbooks. Sophornores Mary Jane Moore, Brenda Mor- ris, Linda Morris, Colleen Mul- len, Arthur Munos, Greg Mui'- phy, Vicki Myetich, Charles Nagle, Mike Neels. Alice Neely, Dayle Nelson, Noel Newberg, Linda Newborn, Tom Nixon, Ann Nye, Darcn Oak- land, Randy Oakley. Janice 0,De1I. Laurie Odendahl, Mildred Of- ficer, Danny O'Klock, Mike O'Klock, Lupe Olera, Sara Oliva, Dan Oltman, Benny Ol- vera, Steve Orendorff. ,lon Orey, Larry Ornelis, Dave Ortiz, Sharon Paasch, Steve Painter, Daphne Panouses, Don- na Parker, Gail Parker, Kathy Parsons. Diane Pasturczack, Lois Patter- son, Mike Patterson, Linda Paul, Linda Pavesic, Linda Payne, Ron Penner, Bill Per- kins, Bob Perkins. 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Sheila Ryherd, Janet Sacco, Pam Salmonson, Diane Saltz- man, Darrell Samuels, Rick Sandberg, Harold Sanders, Os- bee Sangster, Larry Sandoval. Kris Schilling, Kathy Schmidt, Warren Schmidt, George Schmiers, Gary Schmooks, Mi- chael Schmooke, James Schoo- ley, .l0yce Schroeder, Mark Schumacher. Steven Schweit- Richard Scott, Dennis Sedam, Cindy Sehnert, Alice Schwartz, zer, Jeff Scott, John Seabloom, Linda Septer, Sheryl Seidlitz. Cindy Sellers, Cherri Serres, Jack Setser, Steven Shaner, Gail Sheahan, Roberta Sherlock, Yvonne Shelton, Walter Shew, Cathy Shull. Deborah Shull, Thomas Sierra, Veronica Sierra, Cleta Sim- mons, Debbie Simmons, Anne Smet, Brian Smith, Dianne L. Smith, Ellen Smith. Q 1 srii tsts Sophommjs s -s T M .lames Smith, Jane Smith, Karen Y , 'Q -' if ' T Smith, Marsha Smith, Norreta f y ' " 7 f , i Q if' "' ' Smith, Richard L. Smith, Rich- A,,, . 1 M ' 7' ' ,. , I ff, V ard P. Smith, Wanda Smith, Q I fx ff-' - 'V - , .lohn Smolenski. 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Ama , -' I ' if-H f5f' ,..1-ss.. 1 . ,1" 1, 2 'Z --1-- f s , A AA,, ..A, . f-- ,... ..-, V Class of 1969 Susan Van Dyke, Terry Van Oteghem, Mary Lou VanRaalte, Doug VanThorre, Denise Van- Tieghem, Larry VanWassen- hove, Marvin Vermast, Boletta Berness, Lynda Versluys. Lucia Veryzer, Brenda Veys, Bill Vickers, Dave Vickroy, Michael J. Vidmar, Dino Vozik- is, Barb Vyncke, Bill Wallace, Adrena Walters. Amy Waltman, Mike Ward, Phil Ward, Rita Warden, Ion Warren, Tom Warren, Kay Washington, Pat Watson, Nor- ma Weideman. Donald Weidman, Judy Weller, Dennis Westbrook, Michele Whitaker, Keith White, Tom Whitmarsh, Thomas Whitney, Debbie Wiatt, Richard Wiborg. Lyle Wickham, Cindy Wilder, Mary Wildermuth, Linda Wil- kins, Milton Willcox, Andrea Williams, Corabel Williams, Ronda Williams, Jeri William- son. Bob Wilson, Dennis Wingert, Steve Witt, Barbara Wolfe, Bruce Woodworth, Robert Wood, Jeff Woods, Wayne Woods, Martin Wozniak. Nancy Wray, Sally Wright, Larry Yates, John Yigas, Cheryl York, Libby York, Bill Young, Ricardo Ysais, Larry Yuknis. Cynthia Yusk, Steve Zagert, Pam Zaragoza, Henry Zaragoza, Kathy Zezarac, Deana Zentz, Abiel Zepeda, Larry Ziegler, .lan Zimmerman. Linda Zora, ,lacklyn Zucco. Dawn Pilon and Janet Sacco help teachers by correcting tests during their free period. S Freshman Class officers: Vire- President, Matt Luncleun: Pres- ident, Larry Hicks: 'l'reasurer, Dawn Cubleg Secretary, Sharon Paasch. rig Freshmen Become Active 4 Y if -r . fr 1 f . , , x . z r J, 1 Bill Jones finds lack of height French students become more proficient lllI'0l1g1ll the use of the language lah. is often a hindrance. 'N-as wt 'Y .W , , fr f, 41-rw, fs' -' Wen- if tr? tr TiIjcSigL,l3?J12Ef4Qi?+iYE'Gi,Q-- " 4.5-ww,ills-'G45,2fvf""if WJ 9 M , 6 ' ,W a , t '-,,, . " . LC-7-,lk-ff,l7"4f t L' 7r7fE2-i,11"-- if ' V ' . ' 7 XG , -5, f r W WK ' I 'T , 1 3 ' , "N g The photographer at the top of the stairs is discovered by Chuck Hughes and Joe Laleman. SfUdCI1IS decorate the drafting room with handmade mobiles. embers of Tl-IS Student Bod Howard Schmidt finds definitions for his English vocabulary words. Freshmen found their first year of high school to be a time for new experiences and events. The variety of situa- tions to which they were exposed, evoked many different re- actions from the students. The atmosphere of an unfamiliar building and the large number of students proved to be only a minor obstacle as they simultaneously sought familiar faces and new acquaintances. Freshmen were introduced to the sophisticated life of high school in an orientation program held at the North Campus on August 25, 1966. This program answered many of their questions about regulation dress! school policies, sports schedules and extra-curricular ac- tivities in which they could participate during the year. The counselors, who had arranged the selection of fresh- man courses, were a great asset in helping the students over- come the bewilderment of the first days. The uncertainty ex- perienced by the students was due to the new privileges and responsibilities gained the change from grade school to high school life. Freshman students enthusiastically displayed their Pan- ther spirit by attending the different athletic events and intraclass competition in the form of freshmen Orange and Black teams. The election of class officers and student council members gave the students a representative voice in school affairs. Freshmen found, through taking an active part in school life and extra-curricular activities, a sense of belonging to UTHS. Freshmen Roger Abbitt, Antoinette Aku- low, Adolfo Alejo, Bertha Alejo, Joan Allen, Mike Allen, Phil Allen, Wendy Allen, Mark All- mendinger. Gary Almblade, Denise Alex- ander, Mike Amato, Cindy Anderson, D e b bi e Anderson, Jim Andon, Gerald Andress, Debbie Andrew, Gregory Andrews. Ken Archibald, Sandy Ashley, Stephen Athey, Tim Aultman, Linda Aune, Molly Austin, Russ Austin, Ceorgeanna Axiotis, Teresa Ayers. Martena Baecke, Retha Baggs, Debra Barnes, Billy Barlett, Patty Bartlett, Barry Baumbach, Vicky Bazor, Dianne Behrens, Peter Bein. Kathy Bell, Sharon Belman, Dwight Bender, John Bemjam- in, Tom Bennett, Ralph Ben- way, Joan Bergstrand, Helen Berry, Joan Bert. Mary Jo Bettis, Robert Bettis, Ted Billingsley, Leonard Bis- hoff, Gary Black, Diane Black- man, LaVerne Blackman, Mike Blade, Pat Bloomer. Mike Bloomquist, Harold Bobb, Eric Boggness, John Bollaert, Lynn Boshart, June Bottorff, Nina Bourque, Ronnie Bowers, Sue Bowers. Gary Bowling, Barb Box, Jim Boyer, Judy Boynton, Karen Branch, Debbie Brand, Claire Brandon, Donna Brandon, Judy Brewer. 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' f , eg Qi' ' ' I l l 'Til : ' :H ,Q Qs , - - Ji ' 17',Ji'J"5M J I- 14 3 gg -Q--HJ , , L it s rx .gmt ,V K : y A , gigs . 5 .ez K ,, M .,,, ' PM , ' 324 -A V C 'A' 4'J'?5i.5 J P my ,Ht ww ,wt ,:',Mma,,ag gas, ww , xp Z -I , A IUL ' , l j -tg x j. ji 5 ? v W A ' fl'-if Q K K V rk M. . 1 i s .k,, I , W 5.2: -i s , K t J s -l c, f gwig, 53.13 an yQ,f- , Lf 4 -ff-1 jf, V Ta, Vi' ai, . s ..:,,, li 5 4' J fb ,gi if- , ' ,, S, ' S, , , ' J , aw W' M' ea, .Ma W, 'W ,Y ' Q?f ' A ' z J J I " ' 4- , I ' LV, ef t .J -- "" i , as J. ,. V :::I , -,.V V or 'J B . ,c 'J , J A I suts - E .t 2 Class of 1970 Harry Brinker, Everett Brobst, Linda Sue Brokaw, Curtis Brookhart, Bob Brown, Dan Brown, Dennis Brown, Kent Brown, Debbie Buchanan. Doug Buchanan, Don Burd, Sandra Kay Burden, Kenneth Bureski, Dale Burns, Patty Burns, Eugene Burton, Linda Bushong, Barbara Bustos. Clifton Buttram, Joyce Byrd, Judy Cacari, Don Cardon, Dean Cady, K a th y Call, Michael Cameron, Mike C a r l e t o n , Wuanita Carlson. Cathy Carlton, Bonnie Carpen- ter, Nena Carter, Billie Casey, Jane Casper, Wayne Caulkins, N a n c Y Causemaker, Marsha Cathcart, Mike Cathcart. Judy Chaney, Darlene Chappell, Steve Chenoweth, Denise Chris- tian, Michelle C h u i c h , Rich Churchill, Gary Clapp, Cindy Clark, Tom Clark. Mary Ann Clauw, Dusty Coak- ley, Pattie Coats, John Coggins, Pat Collins, Gary Collis, Car- men Comito, Doug Compton, Jeff Cone. Rov Robert Cones, Debbie Con- ner, Sylvia Conrad, Charles Cooksey, Nancy Coopman, Man- uel Corbin, Tom Cord, Debbie Cordell, Kirby Cordingley. Michael Cosgrove, Mike Cous- sens, Mike Covault, Kathy Cove- maker, Denise Cox, Susi Cramp- ton, Dave Crandall, Teresa Crane, Terry Crane. North Campus halls fill to capacity during the five-minute rush between classes. Freshmen Chris Creckmore, Ken Cruse, Nancy Cunningham, J a n i c e Cummings, D i a n n a Cuoco, David Curlott, Jodee Curtis, Darrel Cutkomp, Carl Daggett. Cindy Dahlstrom, John Daley, Rhonda Danielson, Diane Dar- by, Betty Davis, Craig Davis, Greg Davis, Judy Davis, Sheryl Davis. Tim Davis, Roy Davison, Rose Marie Day, Mike Debowski, Kathy DeCook, Carol DeDonck- er, Leo DeLaRosa, Rick DeLa- Rosa, Ronda DeSplinter. Pamela Deem, Henry Dena, Cheryl A. Dewey, Sharon Dewey, Michelle Dhondt, Deb- bie Dickey, Dan Diederich, Mike Diederich, Shirley Diericks. Geri Dieterich, Jim Dieterimfh, Don Ditto, Ervin Dixon, Sally Dobereiner, Jim Dohogne, Cindy Dooley, Darell Doose, Cindy Downing. Diane Drayer, ,lessee Drew. Mark Drobushevich, B e r t a Dubuisson, Ralph Duffy, Terry Dumolien, T o n y Dumolicn, Robert E a r h a r t , Ginger Edmonds. Richard Edwards, Mike Ekin, James Ellison, Paul Elmore, Dianne Emmert, Brad England, Richard Engwall, Denise Erick- son, Fred Erickson. Richard Erickson, Terry Erick- son, George Erwin, Anita Es- parza, Victoria Esposito, Brenda Evans, Glen Evans, Dave Fal- lon, Pam Fauser. 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' Sw w e 1 M . 21 W. i , ??af5Q1,E3iigiili2Z.1, e S ' , , Q T ' V if Q .- W f ' M ' ii lszli 7 Tired students await their ride home at the end of a long day. Sara Faust, Teresa Ferguson, Deanna Fesler, Marsha Finch, Michael Fix, Steve Fonteyne, Linda Foster, Earl Fox, Darlene Franks. John Frederick, Robert Fred- rick, Kris Fredrickson, Richard Freeborn, Charles Freland, Gary Freeman, Anne Freiburg, Nancy Froeliger, Marlon Fuller. Pamela Fulscher, Dawn Gabel, Daniel Gamel, Elva Gamino, Mike Gant, Dan Garcia, Gerry Gard, Bob Gardner, Estelle Gargano. Cindy Gatrel, Sherry Gean, Debbie George, Charles Gillies, Charles Girt, Debbie Glendon, Linda Glenn, S a l l i e Glynn, Sandra Gnatovich. Duane Goderis, Vicki Goering, Anthony Gomez, Milinda Gomez, Joe Goodman, Naomi Goodrich, Beth Gordon, Hobby Gotthardt, Cindy Gottwalt. Lea Ann Gottwalt, Willis Graham, ,lack Gray, Tim Gray, Pam Green, Paul Green, Brenda Greer, S a n d y Gremonprez, David Griebel. Daryl Griffin, Rox Ann Griffin, Mary Grizzle, Sandy Grudzinski, Adam Grumadas, Dennis Grup, Pete Guenther, Linda Gustaf, Edward Hains. Bennie Haliburton, Don Hall, Charles Hanna, Claude Hanson, Doug Hanson, Steve Hanson, David Hantz, Debra Harder, Bernard Harding. Freshmen Belinda Harper, Lloyd Harper, David Harris, Betty Harrison, Gloria Hart, Wanda Hart, Cynthia Haslam, Cynthia Has- selbusch, Tom Hawkins. Bonny Hawley, Chris Hawotte, Kathy Hays, Mark Heene, William Hemm, Richard Hemp- hill, Robert Hemphill, Nancy Hendricks, Anna Hernandez. Arthur Hernandez, Danny Hen- sley, Bill Hess, Debbie Hey- ninck, Darrel Hicks, Larry Hicks, Marilyn Hildebran, Yo- landa Hildebran, Joe Hignight. Ray Hines, Becky Hoffman, Alan Honn, Joy Hook, Dianna Horn, Claire Horton, Stan Hough, Sheryl Howard, Vickie Howard. Natalie Huber, Dave Huen- nekens, J acki Huggins, Darlene Hunter, Robert Hunter, Debbie Jack, Cecil Jackson, Roy Jack- son, Susan Jaecques. Sherry Jahn, Jennifer Jairett, Tony Jamison, David Jarrett, Skip Jefferson, Louie Jennings, Louis Jennings, Keith Jensen, Dana Johnson. Doug Johnson, Missie Johnson, Neil Johnson, Nick Johnson, Roger E. Johnson, Sherry John- son, S h i rl e y Johnson, Steve Johnson, Bill Jones. Bonita Jones, Dorothea Jones, Edward Jones, Maurice Jones, Dennis Just, Dave Kappas, Gary Karenke, K a r e n Kay, Gary Kelley. Paul Kendal, Kathy Kerns, Rich Kiely, Judy Kilgore, Joe Kincaid, George Kindle, Danny Killian, Christine King, Daniel King. Susan Kirby, Gary Kitto, Tom Kivisto, Daniel Klinginsrnith, Bonnie Knapp, Bernard Knight, Kathleen Knobloch, Pat Knoe- ferl, Steve Koehler. Allen Koker, Don Koontz, Bob Kopel, Mary Kraklow, Ken Kroeger, Bill K r u s e . Sam Kupresin, Larry Lagaisse, Larry Laird. Joseph Laleman, Gail Laman- sky, Teresa Lambert, Anna Lampo, Denise Lampo, Sandi Lampo, Marilyn Land, Greg- gory Lanzen, Darlene Larrison. V2-f n-1 1 ' . .. - 1' .. Zi- ' 1 .15-".."-.J . 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Larry McBride, Diana McCon- nell, Linda McConnell, Rick McCoy, Linda McCormick, Cathy McCreery, Cherie Mc- Cullough, Nancy McDowell, Debbie McGee. Dennis Mclntire, Barbara Mc- Intosh, Danny McKeon, Karen McKinzie, William McLernon, Becky McLaughlin, Torn Mc- Mullen, Tom McNeal, Bruce Meadows. Donna Meineke, Kathy Mekus, Diane Meyers, Susan Meyers, Robert Mickle, Helen Mihalo- poulos, Debra Miller, Diane Miller, Donna Miller. Attempting to keep a neat cafe- teria, Mr. Davis calls an aban- doned tray to the attention of students. Freshmen Jackie Miller, Jane Miller, Martha Miller, Ray Miller, Steven Miller, Trudy Mills, Brenda Mitchell, Robert Mohr, Bev Moline. Michelle Montag, Darryl Moore, James Morris, Gary Mosher, Steve Mourisse, David Mueller, Jane Mueller, Pam Munkirs Monica Munos. 7 Ed Murray, Tim Murray, Jerry Myers, Matthew Myetich, Bruce Naylor, C o n n i e Needham, Donna Neels, G re g Neels, Danny Nelson. Ron Newberg, Linda Newberry, Brenda Newman, David Nichols Dale Nipper, Jim Nipper, Wil- fred Nordholm, Diane Norris, Jim Nye. 1 Robert Officer, Cynthia Ogle, Patty Ogle, Nancy Olds, Joe Olivia, Mario Oliva, Mike Oliver, Sharon Oller, Frances Olvera. Ruth O'Neal, Deb O'Neal, Debra Orendorf, Lynne Orton, Robert Owen, Terry Palmer, Tom Parsons, Duane Passno, Doris Patterson. Joe Perez, Jeff Poelvoorde, Linda Propps, Chris Race, Rick Race, Michael Radford, Ronnie Ramirez, Ramon Rangel, Larry Rasko. Lynda R a s s o , Gary Ream, Charles Reese, Gerald Reese, Mike Reese, Barbara Reger, Debra Reliford, Nici Renner, Sharon Reynolds. Cathy Richardson, Kathy Rich- ardson, Linda Ricketts, David Rigsby, Steve Riley, Barbara Ripper, Gina Roberts, John Roberts, Linda Robinson. 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Wayne Shappard, Kay Sharpe, Charles Shepard, Carl Sherer, Tom Shipman, Cheryl Showal- ter, Diane Shutt, Lucinda Sid- dons, Jimmy Sides. Andrea Sierra, Frank Sierra, Luis Sierra, M a r i 0 Sierra, Matthew Simmons, Greg Sims, Connie Skiles, Bruce Sletten, Kathleen Slininger. Marc Soliz, Tomas Soliz, Diane Sowers, Dave Speer, Don Spin- del, Kris Springer, Michael Staab, Ed Steinhauser, Sandra Stenzel. Freshmen Scott Stevens, Lynn Stephens, Charles Stevenson, Wendel Stevers, Jim Stewart, Marsha Stewart, Patt Stewart, Bruce Stickell, Carol Stirk. Karen Stirk, Mike Stone, Shel- don Stotmeister, Sharon Stott- ler, Gene Strathdee, Mark Struss, Becky Smith, Dave Smith, Pam Smith. Patricia Smith, Paul Smith, Rodney Smith, Chester Smolen- ski, Judity Sullivan, Bruce Sut- ton, Mike Svec, Bill Swanson, Rebecca Swanson. Ronald Swayze, Helen Taylor, John Taylor, Judy Taylor, Car- rell Teague, Vince Terronez, Linda Terry, Floyd Theis, Marion Thomas. Sue Thomas, Nancy Thompson, Pam Thompson, Larry Thore- son, Virgil Thurman, Roy Tim- brook, Sharon Tittle, Ilene Tol- liver, Patrick Trant. Jodie Trego, Ronald Trice, James Trout, Charles Trout- wine, Patty Truitt, Adela Tru- jillo, Melvin Tubbs, Judy Turn- bough, Gayle Turner. Ronnie Underwood, Mary Ann Urbanlak, Charles Vallee, Mike VanBeveren, Laura VandeGeest, Linda Vandel, Eileen VanDe- Walle, R 0 n al d VanCoethem, Josette Hollenbeke. Patrice VanHulle, Janice Van Landuyt, Vic VanOteghem, Diane VanTiegham, Eugene VanWatermeulen, Tim Vaughn, Nancy VerHeecke, Anna Ver- sluys, Diana Versluys. 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"'-' I f ,--' -,-- 7 f i Q ' ' A' V I 1: , I K ,gut . , , a 4 '1 'E ' ' f '- ' , " .. , l gi . ,. ti ' If 5-'V I ,viii-al' , kr IA u.. 4' V ,':1ff-, - I K ,kkrkk E ' : S we, . 1 , W, Q, it W M I X K l 1 Freshmen David Versluys, Kathy Vidrnar, Mary Voltz, Frank Vretis, David Waggoner, Pat Wallace, Peggy Walt, .ludy Walter, Art Walz. Barbara Ward, Steve Ward, Steve Warner, Cindy Warren, Wesley Wassell, Alex Wasson, Gary Watson, Gary Lee Watson, Brian Watters. Sherry Webb, Connie Wleidman, Vince Weinert, Diana Welge, Pam Wendel, Linda Wesolow- ski, Larry Westbrook, Gerald Westerlund, James Whipple. Terry Whipple, Christi Whit- deck, Angeline White, Henry White, Gary Whitmer, Brenda Whittington, Jeff Wieland, Sherry Wiemers, Shirley Wierenga. Debbie Wilburn, Marla Wild, Debbie Nvillaert, Brenda Wil- liams, Joel Williams, Gregory Willis, Robert Willis, Jim VVil- son, Kirk Wilson. Mary Wilson, Darlene Win- chester, Steve Wise, Edward Wisham, Vicki Witt, Gerry Witte, Lela Wood, Lilboum Wood, Marybeth Wood. Mary Lou Wood, Bruce Woods, Allan Wren, Carl Wren, Becky Wright, Mary Wyant, Charles Yates, Mary Ybarra. Delores York, Edward Young, Sue Young, Margie Yuknis, Sue Zaehringer, Gloria Zane- tello, Ruben Zaragoza, Tom Zaragoza, Raymon Zepeda. Stephane Ziegler, Tony Zucco, ,lack Zvonik. The mechanics of English are temporarily neglected as Pat Edmunds concentrates on staying awake. Facult and Academics - ..,-.,.mM.-an- 151321-'f 1 G' 'Z WNW? ....,r"' Mr. James Sandilos Dr. George Pintar Mr. P. J. Philhower Mr. C. L. McCreight Mr. A. T. Berghult Mr. Richard L. Greene Sllpefifltelldefli ASSY- Supefimefldelli Asst. Superintendent Asst. Superintendent Principal Vice-Principal of Curriculum of Business Affairs of Resources North Campus Mr. Jerry Franklin Mr. Robert D. Haddick Director of Guidance Vocational Coordinator Mr. Stanley Sosnouski Vice-Principal South Campus Board President Carl Summers and Superintendent James Sandilos discuss plans for the evening's board meeting. Mr. David Lauridson Mr. Robert Fairman Director of Public Director of IBM Relations Leadership Administrative Council members are Mr. P. J. Philhower, Mr. Jerry Franklin Mr. Richard Greene, Mr. Stanley Sosnouski, Mr. James Sandilos, Mrs: Board of Education members are fseatedl Mr. P. J. Philhower, Mr. George George Pintar, fSIHI1dlI1gJ MY- Sherwood COSUEBYI, MV- William Mille, Ostrom, Mr. Carl Summers, Mr. James Sandilos, Mrs. Lillian Rowlands, Dr. Mr. Alvin Doberiener, Mr. Jack Mullen, and Mr- Glenn WilS0H- Provided b Administration '4Quality education through service to youth and com- munityf, With this motto as its goal the administration of UTHS strove to offer each youth the services with which could develop talents and skills. In this way, students were prepared to meet the challenges of the future. Through a new system of self-evaluation by the faculty and ad- ministration, the entire concept of education was constantly reviewed. By updating the curriculum and adding more vo- cational counseling to the guidance department, the prob- lems of students were met. To keep the students up-to-date on current events, a weekly news broadcast over the P.A. system was instituted. Students were chosen to make the broadcasts. Another new project begun was the United Township Area Vocational Program. When this program is completely developed, it will be housed in its own facility, and will provide and in-depth vocational education program for students of United Township, Riverdale, Rockridge, and Orion school districts. Our administration set a milestone in education in Illinois when it became the first in the state to add an Aviation Science program to its curriculum. By the addition of these courses and programs, UTHS continued Marilyn Samolitis, Mr. A. T. Berghult, Mr. Richard Haddick, Mr. C. L. to Work toward its Obligations to the Community as McCreighl, and Df- George Pintar. a comprehensive high school. Above: John Perez persuades his audience to buy his tacos. Left: The facilities of the language lab increase Kathy Boney's comprehension of her language. ,Ml Yr rl-, l Group discussion creates a tolerance of other's opinions. Language rts l 2 e Q K lf" Journalism increases the studentis power to communicate through newsprint. Mr, Edward Dymek dramatizes the lDevehqJfkunnnuncadon gunhldll reading of Paradise Lost. ltills In order to strengthen the UTHS curriculum, the Speech and Drama courses were separated from the English Depart- ment and formed into a new department. This department was headed by Mr. Robert Neulieb. To maintain the goal of giving as many students as possible an opportunity to im- prove their skill in oral communication, new courses were offered. These were Debate, Advanced Speech, and a re- vised course, Basic Oral Communication Skills. Since this department was new, the year was filled with constant re- viewing, evaluating, revising, and establishing effective techniques and procedures to better aid the students. Two major changes took place in the English Department this year. lVIr. Edward Dyrnek was named to the position of Department Coordinator, and a new text, Warriner's English, Grammar and Composition, was instituted into the English courses. The Warriner's text, used by all four classes at UTHS, gave the English Department a unified approach toward teaching English. Teachers prepared students to be more careful, accurate, interested readers and observers and to express themselves more clearly. In seeking to develop students, knowledge of their chosen language, the Foreign Language Department offered two years of Latin, four years of French, four years of Spanish, and three years of German. The modern languages were pre- sented from the standpoint that language is speech. With the aid of the language labs, students acquired skills neces- sary to fluently speak their language. Mrs. Isabelle Smith illustrates a point in conversational Spanish. Above: Out of the light of the welder,s torch comes the achievement felt in creation. Right: Electricity students re- wire a test board in preparation for an exam. Jackie speckman bility 'L .. 5 l N G E R , ,wc Q works toward speed and perfection on a timed writing After careful planning, Alice Kay begins the tedious dressmaking. tressed b Business and Vocational Fields A new phase in high school education was introduced this year at UTHS. This was the training for a specific job through the Diversified Occupation program. In the pro- gram, the student was required to spend one hour in the D.O. class, a minimum of three hours each day on the job, and the balance of his schedule in other high school subjects. To ready students for the vast job opportunities in busi- ness, the UTHS Business Department presented classes in typing, clerical practice, shorthand, bookkeeping, consumer problems, secretarial practice, commercial arithmetic, and distributive education. These courses were aimed at pre- paring the students of today for the business world of tomorrow. Expanding industry in the Quad City area dictated that the UTHS industrial training program broaden its outlook to encompass new ideas and interests of students planning on entering this field. A new course in building trades was designed to aid students in the ever expanding field of con- struction. Classes offered included woodworking, drafting, metals, welding, electronics, vocational auto shop, and vo- cational machine shop. To give the future homemaker an opportunity to develop her knowledge of practical skills, the Home Economics De- partment offered basic courses in sewing, cooking, family living, and home furnishings. Bonnie Henyan assists Gus Hocker with a display in the Distributive Education window. Aviation Science instructor, Mr. Foust, explains airplane instrumentation. Mr. Tyler sets up equipment in preparation for a physics experiment. Science and ath This year the goal of the Mathematics Department was to meet the needs of all students. To achieve this goal, several new courses were added to the curriculum. One of these was Algebra 3A. This course, offered to outstanding junior math students, covered a normal three semester course in two semesters. Included were Algebra 3, Trigonometry, and Algebra 4. Next year this class will be prepared for Intro- ductory College Math in the first semester, and a new ad- vanced course in the second semester. This class was de- signed to meet the needs of college bound students. Also initiated this year was a remedial math course created to in- crease the math ability of the non college bound student. An intermediate mathematics program was divided into a two- year course in general math and algebra for the student who was not ready to undertake algebra his first year. Under the direction of a new department head, Miss Helen Buresh, the Science Department at UTHS was extended. The expansion was accomplished by the addition of Aviation Science. This course, the first of its kind in the State of Illinois, provided the students with a general background in aviation, aircraft design, and maintenance. With more commercial business and private aircraft in use now than ever before, UTHS gave its students a unique opportunity to understand and capitalize on their environment. ia. John VandeVen, John Fields, and Sue Borque try to find a solution timulate Curiosity Mr. Truelsen performs an experiment for his freshman science class. Mr. Allee solves a difficult problem. W - .J ,f W8 341' 4 if ll 'sis 'Vex , N HM t0 their problem- Completing an experiment in the chemistry lab are Donna Swank and Mary Lane Neubauer. Student Talents Maureen Roth seeks the advice of Mr. Small on the details of sculpture. Becoming a skilled musician requires endless hours of determination kj An Art 1 student experiments with charcoal techniques. Voices of the North Campus Male Chorus echo through the choral room. it fs l Expressed Through Eine and concentration. Connie Taylor gains theory practice. l The Choir rehearses in preparation for another performance. Arts Participation in school activities was a focal point of the year for the Art and Music Departments. The Music Department consisted of two basic sections: vocal and instrumental. Various vocal groups added spirit to assemblies and programs. Along with appearing at all home football games and many home basketball games, the UTHS Band traveled to several away games in support of the Panther teams. Students received basic fundamentals of music theory through the Theory and Harmony course. In the Art Department a fourth year art course was offered to qualified seniors. Students in the art field were exposed to numerous methods and divisions in art. Each of the divisions was covered extensively throughout the year. During National Education Week, a display of stu- dents, work was set up in the main lobby of the South Cam- pus to give parents an idea of work done by the students. Hours of practice are climaxed in the band's halftime show. Georgia Mekus, Tim Mercy, Bob Jamieson, Steve Virnig present their American History panel discussion. dvanced World Histor lntroduced With the continued interest in man, his surroundings, and his past, the Social Studies Department initiated an Ad- vanced World History class. The students who participated in this class were chosen according to interest, English grades, and honor roll. Special aids such as records, tapes, and movies were used extensively in all areas of the depart- ment to stimulate interest in the course. The National Se- curity Seminar, which was held in Moline in November, was attended by the economics classes, Comparative Govern- ment class, Advanced American History class, and Ad- vanced World History class. Through the Seminar students were able to get a better idea of the nationis ideas on current topics. Mrs. Joyce Bentler emphasizes an issue of her lecture. An economics problem is explained to Dave Ford by Mr. Larry Greer. Physical Fitness Challen es Students The use of the tennis courts aid in the PE. program. A P. E. class listens intently to Miss Creenels explanation of volleyball rules. Rigorous exercises precede class activities. The P.E. programs at UTHS this year were designed to provide students with the utmost in physical fitness through exercise and supervised recreation. The boys, P.E. programs which were designed with this purpose in mind were football, weight lifting, and basketball. A new modern dance class stressing physical fitness and co-ordination Was created for the girls' P.E. department in addition to the customary ac- tivities of archery and volleyball. The competitive games in- cluded in the P.E. department also aided in creating school spirit and sportsmanship. Nine-week courses in health and first aid were required in order to provide the students with a more complete hack- ground in personal hygiene. JK. PE. Department Heads, Mrs. Ruberg and Mr. Zimmerman, plan schedules for the 1966-67 school year. Faculty MRS. HALINE AKULOW-North Campus, BA, University of Innsbruck, French I, 2. MR. CHARLES ALLEE-South Campus, MS, Western Illinois Univer- sity, Algebra 3A, 4, Trigonometry, College Math, Varsity Baseball, Freshman Football. MISS ELEANOR ALLEN-South Campus, MS, University of Illinois, Business Education Department Head, Advanced Stenography, Secretarial Practice, Business Club. MR. HARRY ARVANIS-North Campus, BA, Augustana College, Gen- eral Math, Algebra I, Freshman Football, Freshman Wrestling. MRS. MARIAN AUSTIN-North Campus, BA, St. Ambrose College, Librarian. MR. KEITH BARE-South Campus, BS, Bradley University, Book- keeping I, 2, Ticket Manager. MRS. RUTH BARTLESON-North Campus, MA, University of Illinois, Counselor. MR. RICHARD BASSIER-North Campus, MS, Illinois State Univer- sity, General Shop, Metals 1, 2. MR. KENNETH BEAUSANG-South Campus, MA, Columbia University, Acting, Play Production, Director of Theatre, National Thespians. MR. EDWARD BELAN-North Campus, MA, Northern Illinois Uni- versity, English 2, 2A, North Campus Debate, Speech. MRS. JOYCE BENTLER-North Campus, BA, Monmouth College, World History. MISS JUDITH BLIX-South Campus, BA, Wisconsin State University, Public Speaking, Junior Composition A, National Forensics League. MISS LINDA BOLMER-South Campus, BS, Indiana University, P.E. 3, Varsity Cheerleading, G.A.A. MISS JANET BRAKKE-South Campus, BS, South Dakota State Uni- versity, Junior Composition A. MR. GEORGE BRAY-North Campus, MS, University of Wisconsin, General Math, Algebra I, Driver Education. MISS HELEN BURESH-South Campus, BA, State University of Iowa, Biology. MISS CYNTHIA BURKE-North and South Campus, BA, Augustana College, Geography, Advanced Geography, World History. MISS DOROTHY CALVERT-South Campus, MA, University of Michi- gan, Social Studies Department Head, American History A, B, Future Teachers of America. Faculty MRS. LANA CARLSON-South Campus: BS, Central Missouri State College: Journalism: English Literature: Junior Composition B: KEY. MR. JOHN CAVANAGH-South Campus: MS, University of Illinois: Vocational Drafting: Technical Math: Diversified Occupations: Tri- Mic Club. MR. DONALD CHEEVER-North Campus: MA, Central Missouri State University: General Business: Typing 1: Freshman Football. MR. RICHARD COLE-South Campus: BA, State College of Iowa: Vocational Welding. MR. GORDON B. CORNELIUSiNorth Campus: BS, lVestern Illinois University: Algebra 1: Geometry: Assistant Boy's Tennis. MR. LLOYD CORWIN-Solith Campus: BA, Cornell College: Athletiu Coordinator: P.E. 4: Varsity Wlrestling. - if ,.,,f,7,- ...K-W, Q, 2 so pts.:-2 hw xv 's 'f-- f 1-visa? " fi:-V ' "f z't.'7'tt-:iii ilif?Sfl'li?fQ,': J... F n MISS KATHRYN CURRAN-North Campus: BA, University of Illinois: a Latin I, 2. , MR. ROGER DAMHORST-North Campus: MA, Eastern Illinois Uni- versity: World History: North Campus Bookstore Manager. 45:-C MR. DONALD DAVISvNorth Campus: BA, Northern Illinois Univer E sity: World History: Varsity Football: Freshman Basketball. MR. CHARLES J. DE TAEYE-North Campus: BS, Western Illinois M., Y , J University: P.E. 1: Health: Driver Education: Freshman Wrestling: Q' 35 5+ it -we 'iff Assistant Sophomore Football. MR. JOSEPH DHONDT-South Campus: MA, University of Iowa: P.E. 3: Driver Education. MISS MARY LOU DISHINGER-North Campus: MS, Illinois State University: English 2. pri' , mfs.. Mr. Richard Greene makes the North Campus announcements. New Vice-Principal, Mr. Stanley Sosnouski checks a change in program. Faculty MISS DONNA DORAN-North Campus, BS, Western Ilinois University, General Math, Algebra I. MR. JAMES R. DUNCAN-North Campusg MS, Southern Illinois Uni- versityg Driver Education Department Headg Driver Education. MR. EDWARD M. DYMEKkSouth Campus, MA, DePaul University English Department Head, Honors English Ag Senior Composition A American Literature A. me .--. aa,-.,r5..,a....,.1s,,-..:-rm,-.L-21.1.-,..,, f2r -SM . - wt.-1s Hff1.e'ss t t .J ...l-: .,... MRS. MARY B. EASTER-North Campus, BA, State College of Iowag .'. w-'it 'tt English 1, 2. , , glzy, A MR. ROBERT ECKERMANN-South Campusg BA, Augustana cot. v 1 . e legeg American Historyg SKYLINE. 5 MISS LORYANN M. EIS-North Campus, M.Ed., University of Illinoisg tiiii Mathematics Department Headg Algebra I, IAQ General Math, Future Teachers of America. ' A V. - 1:9 -fs: ft.. ...wr MRS. GENE M. ERICKSON-South Campusg BS, Illinois State Uni- versityg Typing 23 Clerical Practice. MR. LEO H. FOUST-North and South Campusg BS, Illinois State Uni- versityg Vocational Machine Shop: Aviation Science. MISS DAPHNE FRANE-'North Campus: BS: Iowa State University, Home Economics Department Headg Home Economics. Hfiigfv.ff.fiisw,,g.-,..f- 1. -gg :fs::f.sg2,f.,. ,.-,-., -ff.-'.,. . f. MRS. LOIS FRELS-North Campus, MA, University of Iowa, Counselor. MRS. JANE GLENN-South Campus, MS, Western Illinois University, Personal Typing: Bookkeeping I: Shorthand I. MISS RUBIIOHN GORBY-South Campusg MS, Northeast Missouri uvqv U sifzzp My State Teachers Collegeg Typing 1: Shorthand I. , , -. .. X 'gi g' 'A iii . -an 553 5 2 Yan ' S K Y . '...f:1 .11 1: :Effiiifjiq fi, . ' ,,, .... 1.-1, ,511 fill ,gi . xp , 5 .,,.. Sa es. . -1,. 11...-1. .. .E . , , V. . ., .,-f-f on ,,., .,., .... ,.. ,p, s ,J Mr. Leo Foust instructs Phil Shea- han in the use fo a lathe. Faculty V MISS PATRICIA GREENE-South Campus, BS, Millikin University, P.E. 4: Girl's Tennis. MR. JERRY GREER-North Campus, BA, Monmouth College, English I, Sophomore Baseball, Freshman Basketball. MR. LARRY GREER-South Campus, BA, Monmouth College, Eco- nomics, Consumer Economics, Business Math. MR. RICHARD GREKO-North Campus, BS, University of Illinois, Algebra I, Geometry. MRS. MARY ANN HALL-South Campus, BS in Ed., Northern Illinois University, P.E. 3, G.A.A., Teens Against Cancer, Senior Class Sponsor. MR. J. BERT HANLIN-North and South Campus, M.Ed., University of Illinois, Health, P.E. 4, Trainer, Sophomore Wrestling. MISS HOLLISTER HIBBERT-North Campus, BA, University of Iowa, Spanish 1, 2. MRS. JANICE HOANE-South Campus, BA, Augustana College, Junior Composition B, Senior Composition B, Debate, Extemporaneous Speak- mg. MRS. ARDELL JOHNSON-North Campus, BA, State College of Iowa, Typing 1, General Business. MRS. NANCY JOHNSON-North Campus, BS, University of Illinois, Home Economics. MRS. IRMA L. JONES-North and South Campus, BS in Ed., Uni- versity of Missouri, Homemaking I, Family Furnishings, Future Home- makers of America. MRS. SHARON JORANDBY-South Campus, BS, Illinois State College, Foods, Clothing, Home Furnishings, Future Homemakers of America. MR. CARL KILLAM-South Campus, BA, Colorado State College, Distributive Education, Salesmanship, South Campus Bookstore Manager, Future Distributor's of America. MR. ERNEST KIVISTO-South Campus, MA, Marquette University, Junior Composition B, Varsity Basketball, Letterman Club. MR. CHARLES T. KNUDSEN-South Campus, BS, Western Illinois University, Sociology, Varsity Football, Varsity Track. MRS. GLEE KOHN-North Campus, BS, Augustana College, English I. MRS. MARY KRAMBECK-North Campus, BA, University of Illinois, English 1. MR. CLAUDE KRAMER--North Campus, MS, University of Illinois, Algebra 1, General Math, Future Teachers of America. Faculty MRS. PAMELA K. KRAMER-South Campusg AB, University of Illinoisg American Literature A, B3 Future Teachers of America. MR. KENT LASIK-South Campus, BS, Illinois State University, Earth Scienceg Bio-Chem-Ics Club. MRS. SONJA LAURIDSEN-North Cam us' BA Monmouth Colle e' P 1 1 2 1 Beginning Public Speakingg English 2. MR. ROBERT D. LEWISv-North Campusg MA, Northeast Missouri State Teachers College, Geometry, Geometry Ag Driver Education. MR. JAMES S. LODICO-North Campus, Western Illinois University, Special Education: Freshman Footballg Assistant Varsity Wrestling. MR. JAMES R. LOULA-North Campusg MA, University of Notre Dame, English IA, 2g Varsity Footballg Varsity Track. MR. DUANE LOVESTRAND-North Campus: MA, University of Illinoisg Biology: Driver Educationg Varsity Footballg Varsity Track. - MR. KENNETH LOWENBERG-North and South Campusg MM, Uni- versity of Southern California, Choirg Mixed Chorusgg Glee Club, Cres- cendo Chorusg Aeolian Chorusg Vocal Ensembles. MRS. HELENE LUNDEEN-North Campusg BA, Parsons Collegeg English I, 2. MR. JOHN D. LUNDGREN-North Campusg MA, Northeast Missouri State Teachers College: World History. MR. TOM MARANVILLE-North Campus: BA, Western Illinois Uni- versity: English I. MR. DAVID MARR-North Campusg MA, Kirksville State Teachers Collegeg Driver Educationg P.E. Ig Sophomore Basketball. MRS. PATRICIA MARR-North Campus, BS, Northeast Missouri State Teachers College, Typing lg General Business. MRS. CORNELIA MATERNY-North Campusg BA, South Central Iowa Universityg German 1, 2. MR. EUGENE D. MC CARTER-South Campus, MS, University of Arizona, P.E. 43 Varsity Footballg Director of Intramurals. MR. D. JOHN MC CLURE-South Campusg BA, Southern Illinois Universityg American Historyg American Government. MRS. IRENE MC GAUGHY-South Campusg MS, Western Illinois Universitvg Library Coordinatorg Librariang Library Club. MRS. FERN MC NAB-North Campusg MA, University of Ilinoisg English 1. -'T?E?i ? Slit Suri? f ':. .IIf5"55fa .iirt-,f:::"' .::: 'x"E-I5:1- .af-g,.fars,,55 G ,, ' ' . -- f5fZ5sff'4f2.i2f - '?5 5Qg::,ff.f:.:.si. .,.. ,,-.5 M. . fR .1f..f.,f.1.w 5' 'Q -- t..- - --M V ,fe ,.-. t -1-1 . sffwtiwafwxsz-gf S, W - - .. 5.:.afs.-. wats.. 'da rg, .-1 1 t fi. ":E.522i.s-Has, ef"'tfg,fia1rv3f:.vg5f,2', -- . 1,5 - 11 7- ..: 15" 5if5.iSs545r5?g5,1 t . .: . fri' ui2S?s::- - .f.,5.f5.-::'fSit':ggf'.vias -n South Campus Cafeteria Staff are Delores Collis, Evelyn Little, Renal- da Belowski, Agnes Yaeger, Delores Stogdell, Winifred Green, Bertha Pancrazio, Dorothy Malaney, Mary Weinert, Ann Wadsager, and Helen Colbert. 6' 'B JAY MERCER-North Campus, BS, Illinois Wesleyan University, . . 2. MR. ANDREW MILLER-North Campus, MA, Colorado. State College, World History, Advanced World History. MISS RITA MILLER-South Campus, Ed.M, St. Louis University, Counselor. ' MRS. ANITA J. MURRENS-South Campus, AB, Augustana Colleg, American Literature A, Junior Composition A, Senior Composition A. MR. ROGER NAYLOR-North and South Campus, BA, State College of Iowa, General Music, Cadet Band, Stage Band, Musical. MR. MERLIN A. NELSON-North Campus, MA, State University of Iowa, Freshman Science Survey, Chemistry, General Science. MR. ROBERT NEULEIB-South Campus, BS, Illinois State University, Speech and Drama Department Head, American Literature B, Junior Composition B, Debate, Advanced Speech, Director of Forensics. MRS. IDA NITZ-North Campus, BA, Augustana College, P.E. 1, G.A.A. MISS CAROL OLESEN-South Campus, BA, University of Iowa, Ameri- can History. MR. PAUL OLIVER-North Campus, BS, Northeast Missouri State Teachers College, Woodworking 2, Building Trades, Rifle Team. MRS. BETTY PERSON-North Campus, MM, Northwestern Univer- sity, Male Chorus. MR. EDWARD PETERHOFF-South Campus, BA, St. Ambrose College, American History A,B, Comparative Government, Varsity Tennis. South Campus custodians, Mr. Bob Lewis, Mr. Ivan Nelson, and Mr. Paul Lange, work on new cabinets. MR. GARY PHILLIPS-South Campus, BS, Bradley University, Chem- istry, Assistant Cross Country, Assistant Track. MR. JOHN PICCO-North Campus: BA, St. Ambrose College, English 2, German 1, Freshman Class Sponsor. MR. MILLARD W. PRATT-North Campus, MA, Colorado State Col- lege of Education, Director' of Audio-Visual Aids, Freshman Science Survey, Physics. MR. GARY PREGRACKE-North Campus, BS, Southern Illinois Uni- versity, General Shop Drafting, Drafting 1, 2. MR. CHARLES RAINEY-North Campus, BE, Colorado State Uni- versity, Industrial Arts, Auto Mechanics, Vocational Auto Mechanics. MISS SYLVIA REISENBIGLER-North Campus, BS, Bradley Univer- sity, English 1, Sophomore Class Sponsor. MR. DENNIS RINGERING-North Campus, BS, Eastern Illinois Uni- versity, Art I, Advanced Art. MR. DAVID ROSE-North Campus, BA, State College of Iowa, Bio- logy, Freshman Survey Science, Earth Science, Bio-Chem-Ics, Fresh- man Class Sponsor. MRS. ELAINE RUBERG-South Campus, BS, Western Illinois Univer- sity, P. E. 4, G.A.A. MR. RONALD RYERSON-South Campus: BA, Augustana College, Sociology, American History, Government, Junior Class Sponsor. MR. JEROME W. SAMOLITIS-North Campus: MS, Illinois State Uni- versity, Counselor. MR. CHARLES SLENTZ-South Campus: BS, Western Illinois Univer- sity, Government, American History, Junior Class Sponsor. Faculty MR- JAMES SMALL-South Campus, BS, Western Illinois University, Art 1, 2, 3, 4, Art Club: Golf Team, Play Production, Scenery. MRS. ISABELLE SMITH-South Campus, BA, Augustana College, Foreign Language Department Head, Spanish 1, 2, 3, 4. MR. E. B. SOULES-South Campus, BA, French 1, 2, 3, 4. MRS. MARY STEFFENS-South Campus, MA, State University of Iowa, Counselor. MISS MARY JANE STRAUSE-South Campus, MS, Purdue University, Counselor. MRS. KARIN STRUM-South Campus, BS, Illinois State University, Senior Composition B, National Honor Society. Wzglgnf fl , . Clwyd! ' KLM fcbwwffyfdgg WL! . A , 62 Z, ,K , ,. ff ,gg fam 5? MR. ROGER STURM-North Campus, BS, Illinois State University, Electricity 1, 2, 3, Electronics. MR. LES TRUELSEN-North Campus, BS, Southern Illinois University, General Science. MR. TED 'TYLER-South Campus: BS, Western Illinois University, Physics A, B, Algebra 1, 3, Junior Class Sponsor, Bio-Chem-Ics. MR. I... C. VAN VALKENBURG-North Campus, BA, Southern Illinois University, Freshman Science Survey, Biology, Bio-Chem-Ics. MR. ANTHONY H. VELIZ--North Campus, BA, University of Arizona, Spanish 1, 2, Sophomore Football, Sophomore Class Sponsor. MRS. DOROTHY WARD-North Campus, BS, Northwest Missouri College, P. E. 2, G.A.A. MRS. .IERRIS WARNER-South Campus, BS, Arkansas State College, Secretarial Practice, Shorthand, Typing 2. MR. ALEXANDER W. WASSON-South Campus, MA, University of Illinois, American History. MR. MAX D. WESSEL-South Campus, BA, University of Iowa, Plane Geometry, Algebra 3. MR. W. E. WHEELER-South Campus, BS, University of Missouri, General Science. MISS ELEANOR ANNE WHITE-North Campus, MS, Western Illinois University, Algebra 1, Intermediate Mathematics. MRS. FLORENCE WICKISER-North Campus, BS, Berry College, P.E. 1, Freshman and Sophomore Cheerleaders, G.A.A. 121 Faculty MR. MALLIE M. WILLIAMS-South Campusg MA, University of Iowag Music Department Headg Concert Bandg Orange Bandg Marching Bandg Theory and Harmony. MR. WALLACE WILSON-North Campusg MA, Missouri State Teachers Collegeg Counselor. MR. DORN W. YOUNGER-North Campus: MM, Redlands Universityg Male Chorusg Allegro Chorusg Crescendo Chorusg Aeolian Chorusg Camhiata Chorus. MISS JAN ZACHA-South Campusg BA, University of Illinois, German 1, 2, 34 Senior Composition Ag American Literature A. MR. ROBERT ZESIGER-North Campus, MS, Bradley Universityg Wood- workingg Metalworking. MR. AL ZIMMERMAN South Cam us' MS Universit of Illinois Bo s' L p 9 1 i Physical Education Department Headg P.E. 3. y y MRS. NORINE HALL-North Campus, BSN, Augustana Collegeg School Nurse. MRS. FRANCES LEAHY-South Campus, RN, East Moline State Hos- pital, School Nurse. MR. C. L. BAILEY-Truant officer. MRS. VIRGINIA BUCHEN-North Campusg Library Assistant. MRS. ,IENNIE WHITE-South Campusg Library Assistant. MRS. CEORGIANN ARCHIBALD-South Campus, Study Hall Super- visor. MRS. MARILYN CARNEY-South Campusg Study Hall Supervisor. MRS. .IACQUELINE SCHILLINC-North Campusg Study Hall Super- v1sor. MRS. JOYCE VAN AUSDALL-North Campusg Study Hall Supervisor. MRS. CYNTHIA CORNELIUS-North Campusg Secretary. MRS. ,IO ANN CURLOTT-Administrative Secretary. MISS KAREN EILERS--Administrative Secretary. yr' 55.1 5 ,K- JV' 17" A gn .Y tw,-.,,::.f. nw 5, 'fw-4' Staff MISS PATRICIA JOHNSON-Administrative Secretary. ' 'A"P" ?' MRS. ELAINE KRUCKENBERG-Registrar South Campus. ag n MRS. EARLENE FOWLERHSouth Campus Anendnncn. -5' 1:53 fj. Y m,,A MRS. ALICE PAASCH-South Campus General Office. I ' MRS. VIRGINIA PETERSON-Administrative Secretary. if A ' MRS. MINTA RAINEY-Administrative Secretary. Z. .. , SC. I R' r. .2351- MISS SANDRA RAYBURN-North Campus General Office. MISS CHARLOTTE RIES-Administrative IBM. MRS. MARGARETA SAMOLITIS-Secretary to Mr. Sandilos. .www ,ww 3 if ,A,A V V MISS MARGARET SIMOENS-Atlministrative Secretary. may ' fin MRS EVA VANHOUTTE ACIHIIHISIFHIIVC Secretary. A p ., p Mnsf MARY W1-xlwlanrinfetenn Administrator. n. :K sz! " , 1 - Wg., H is ,- - - . 3 'gf 2-rp-Gif? H A A TS .15 rr V V, . P f A .3 .:iu.,e ,fn ,ff in . -, I . Miss Rayburn and Mrs. Cor- nelius, in the North Campus General Office. Barb Vyncke assists secretaries, Aeti ities "A little time for laughter, a little time to sing. . ." p Bourke M WWW XX ,111 ...1 A M-A ,J -4- nv X I , ,Iv A-L I 5 1 4 dd L Q. I W f. Xi J 5 'Ma fl is fifi Q 'L',' ' vp- -mx Assuming the leadership responsibilities of the senior class, Bill Laird consults Mr. Sosnouski about a pressing problem. M on If ational Honor Society The L. O. Dawson Chapter of National Honor Society, organized in 1956, continued to maintain its high position of esteem as the top scholastic organization of United Town- ship High School. Members are chosen on basis of scholar- ship, character, leadership, and service. Because of their qualifications, these students have received honored distinc- tion in an impressive and symbolic induction ceremony pre- sented before the student body. At this time the inductees are presented a membership card and awarded a gold ping nationally recognized as the official pin of the society. Mem- bership in the L. O. Dawson Chapter of National Honor Society is considered one of the highest honors bestowed upon a United Township student by the school. Preceeding United Township's own induction, the Society traveled to Rockridge High.School to induct the initiates of that school. At the initiation ceremony Mr. Alvar Berghult spoke and placed a challenge before the Bockridge student body. Leading the 1966-67 Honor Society were Bill Scogland, Presidentg Bon Miller, Vice-President, Cheryl Ray, Secre- taryg and Rick Sommer, Treasurer. Denise Harris offers her assistance as a student librarian. FRONT BOYV: Dorothy Owen, Deb- bie Huggins, Sylvia Mclntosh, JoAn Mendenhall. Sands' Busenbark, Patsv Montieth. BOW 2': Arlis Hasselhusch, Cherry Ray, Sue Thotnan, Carol Cass. Kathy Christenson. ROW 3: Cynthia Smith. Jana Rotz. Lisa Adams, Bren- da M Denise Harris. BOW 4: Drusilla Courtney, Lois DeVos, Nancy Sacco. Jolene Small. ROW 5: Jim Roberts. Alan Felkner. Bill Laird. Dave Elbow, Ron Miller. BACK ROYY: John Mullen. Dave Carter. Rick Sommer, Bill Sc-ogland. 'b..f' ,Q ,,, Alan Felkners serious application while studying results in high grades Kathy Christenson discoxers that Mr Charles Allcds help is useful. 3 .1 a t Q, ta an ri 3 . ,, 1966 HOMECOMING ROYALTY. FRONT ROW: Joanne Celande, Sue Tho- BACK ROYV: Al Schmidt, John Reid, Mike Rowlands, Dan Zora, Mike man, Mary Ryan, Lois DeVos, Marie Lundgren, Prince Rich Yeargle, Princess Haliburton, King Denny Colbert, Queen Patsy Monteith, Skip Jones, Larry Linda Larson, Judy Lundeen, Arlis Hasselbusch, Sue Boorn, Ronnie Ostrom. Knox, Steve Jack, Bill Laird. Homecoming Victory Excites Spectators The Homecoming dance climaxes the weekend's festivities. Rain, determination, and victory combined to make the 1966 Homecoming a success. The opening event of Home- coming Weekend, the coronation, was preceded by weeks of preparation. The dominant question in everyoneis mind was answered as the 1966 Homecoming Royalty was announced. Reigning over the festivities were King Dennis Colbert, Queen Patricia Monteith, Prince Richard Yeargle, and Princess Linda Larson. The rain on Friday night failed to dampen the Panther spirit. Shouts of 'aVictory Tonighti' echoed throughout the stadium as hundreds watched the spirited Panther eleven fight through mud and rain to win a 7-6 victory over Rock Island-the first taste of victory for UTHS in 18 games. Climaxing the events was the Homecoming dance, ending another Homecoming filled with accomplishment for the students, triumph for the team, and memories for the alumni. Homecoming spectators seek shelter from the pouring rain. y .Ji Marie and her American sister, Carolyn, discover a confortable position to relax with their homework. In her American home Marie chats with her hostess, Mrs. Charles Johnson Foreign Exchange Student Arrives From 2 Beginning with a small group of young people in the early days of World Wai' I, the American Field Service program was organized and has grown to include over three thousand students from fifty-seven countries and an additional num- ber of college and university students. Marie Lundgren, United Township's A.F.S. student this year was one of these three thousand students. Through Marie, United Township students learned about the customs and way of life of the Swedish people. During her stay in America Marie resided with the Charles Johnson family. Through their patience and co-operation, Marie became adjusted in the American home. Coming from a tennis minded family and being an avid sports fan, Marie proved her capabilities as a tennis player and captured the top position on the girl's tennis team at United Township. Marie participated in many activities during her year at United Township High School. Included in these activities were the exchange assemblies and Student Council. Marie represented Sweden and United Township in the exchange assemblies by singing two Swedish folk songs. The Student Council provided her with an idea of the student part in school administration. Mrs. Johnson listens to the duet played by Marie and Carolyn. I ww . 5 Marie seeks Mr. Robert Neuleib's advice on a poem interpretation for a speech contest. Stockholm, Sweden The library provides Marie with a quiet place for study. Marie prepares Swedish Christmas cookies for the Johnson family. 131 V Y 2 Reverend Parris and Judge f s 1 m E1 C Mercy Lewis and Mary Warren watch as Abby threatens to beat her cousin, Betty. wllhe Cruciblel' Betty Parris ........... Reverend Samuel Parris Tituba .............. Abigail Williams Susanna Wlallcott .... Mrs. Ann Putnam Thomas Putnam Mercy Lewis ..... Mary Vifarren .... John Proctor Rebecca Nurse .... Giles Corey ......... Reverend John Hale Elizabeth Proctor .... Mary Easty ........ Ezekiel Cheever .. John Willard ............ Judge Hathornc ....... Deputy-Governor Danforth ................ Director ......... Assistant Director . . Production Staff . . Cyndi Hasselbusch .. . . . . Patrick Stout . . . . . .. Cindy Leahy . . Arlis Hasselbusch . . . . Chris Tschopp . . . Sylvia Mclntosh Tom Rivas Lisa Adams . . . . . . Linda Larson . . . John VanAusdall . . . . . . Jolene Small . . . . Riley Means . . Steve Sapato . . . Sue Thoman . . . . . Diana Moore Steve Lingner . . . Jamie Horst Jim Owen . . . Steve Savage Kenneth R. Beausang Ginny Colby State Manager ......... ........................... P hil Rowe Business Co-managers . . . . . . . . . . Madeline Ionides, Mary Ann Ryan Costume and Makeup Chairman ................ LcJeane Haddick Properties Chairman .. .............. ........... D ebhie Dixon Lighting Chief ......... ...... . . . . Jay VandeVoorde Reverend Hale expounds his knowledge of witches to Hathorne look on as Checver hands Danforth the list of the accused. Tituba cowers in fear as Abby condemns her of witchcraft. Witch Trials Theme of Fall Play Rebecca Nurse, Reverend Parris, and Mr. and Mrs. Putnai Intense drama and extreme hysteria dominated "The Cruciblew by Arthur Miller, presented October 27 and 29 in the South Campus Auditorium by the UTHS Players. Salem village was the location for the action that occurred in 1692. As a result of the witchcraft delusion, within four months hundreds were arrested and tried, and 20 were executed. The play began as a group of young girls led by Abigail accused Tituba, the West Indian slave of Reverend Parris, of bewitching them. In desperation and under the questioning of Reverend Hale, Tituba confessed that she had sold herself to the Devil. Encouraged by the interest of Reverend Parris and others, the girls' hysteria increased as they called out hundreds of innocent people, including Rebecca Nurse, the town matriarch, and Elizabeth Proctor. During the courtroom scene tempers flared and truths were revealed as John Proctor told of his affair with Abby. A climatic moment occurred when Johnas wife Elizabeth re- fused to acknowledge this affair for fear of damaging her husband's reputation. One of the most dramatic parts of the play came with the evident Hfiti' of the girls and the final breakdown of Mary Warren. Rating given by local newspapers acclaimed the accom- plishment of the players, the director, Mr. Beausang, his as- sistant Ginny Colby, and the crew. Charles Condomine encounters difficulty as he attempts to introduce his deceased wife, Elvira, to his living wife, Edith. First Freshman-Sophomore Play Presented John VanAusdall offers last minute advice to Cindy Brown before the curtain. A new addition to the theatrical productions of United Township High School was the Freshman-Sophomore play 4'Blithe Spirit." Directed by Mrs. Mary Krambeck and assisted by Chris Tschopp and Patrick Stout, this play gave new drama talents a chance to emerge and combine to pro- duce a play which received high acclamations. Guided by the helpful advice of upperclassmen, the cast of the light- hearted comedy provided an enjoyable evening for their audiences. HBlithe spifiw Edith .....,.. .... Ruth Condomine .... Charles Condomine . . . Dr. Bradman ....... Mrs. Bradman .... Madame Arcati Elvira .......... Director . . . ......... . . Assistant Directors .... Technical Director .. Stage Manager' ..... Production Staff Business Manager . . . . . . Properties Chairman Lighting Chief ........ . . Sarah Griffith . . . . Gail Katrana . . Larry Sandoval . . . Matt Lundeen . . . . Cindy Brown . . . . Maria Rea . . . Sharon Paasch . . Mary Krambeck . . . Chris Tschopp Patrick Stout Kenneth Beausang . . . . Steve Jairett Sylvia Reisenbigler . . . . . Debbie Parr . . . . . ,lamie Horst Nlmpromptuw Chosen for Contest Play :film Winifred fArlis Hasselbuschi watches as Lora fSue Thomanb worries about the reaction of the stage manager. Tad lVlosel's Hlmpromptun was chosen by Mr. Kenneth Beausang for this yearis contest play. The abstract one-act play dealt With the question, 'GHOW much pretense does life contain and does anyone achieve true reality?', The four UTHS players presented ulmpromptuu at com- munity programs. In the Illinois State Speech Contest com- petition they placed third in the district giving them the right to advance to sectional competition. Ernest fSteve Sapatol and Tony Uohn VanAusdalll consider themes for their play. Tony flohn VanAusdalll tries to express his inner feelings to Yvinifred fArlis Hasselbuschi. Mr. Kenneth Beauszinfr offers valuable advise Io uswirin vounv talents. Theswians. Arlis Hass:-llmiisvll. Sue Thoman. and Steve Savage. nlav leadinfr F' I 1 I' I Z' f Nl' . 2' roles in "The Crucible." Lasting Memories Produced Sue Thoman and Steve Lingner spend many hours of hard work at rehearsals, a standard requirement for Thespian membership. FRONT ROW: Donna Meyers, Sylvia McIntosh, Ginny Colby, Madeline lonides, Karen Dunne, Sandy Weinert, Lynn Heinze. ROW 2: Debbie Dixon, Peggy Freeman, Sue Thoman, Debbie Parr, Linda Larson, Mary Ryan. ROW 3: Dan Huber, Dianna Moore, Mary Hunt, Carol Smith, LeJeane Haddick. by Thespian ctivities The silken sheen of a lovely costume . . . the penetrating odor of hairspray and pancake make-up . . . the tears after a performance . . . the hours of rehearsal . . . these for the National Thespians are lasting and cherished memories of high school years. Points are awarded by the Troup Sponsor to deserving stu- dents. ln awarding these points, the sponsor takes into con- sideration the amount and quality of the work performed. Ten points are required for membership and with each addi- tional ten points a star is awarded. The ability to perform well before an audience is not the only way in which one may obtain membership. Because of the importance of the student director, backstage crew, and business management, the Troup Sponsor awards points for their work also. The main activities of this yearis Thespians under the direction of Mr. Kenneth Beausang, were associated with the theater department and the production of two plays, '6The Cruciblen and '4Blithe Spirit," and a spring musical comedy, '4Little Mary Sunshine." The officers for the Thespian group of 1966-67 were Pete Darby, President, John VanAusdall, Vice-President, and Arlis Hasselbusch, Secretary-Treasurer. Dave Kappas and Jamie Horst remedy a lighting difficulty. ROW 4: John VanAusdall, Jeanne Phillips, Joline Small, Cindy DeVrieze, Linda Ewald, Steve Jairett. ROW 5: Jay VandeVoorde, Pete Darby, Phil Rowe, Lisa Adams, Jamie Horst, Riley Means. BACK ROW: Tom Caldwell, Steve Savage, Jeff Womack, Steve Sapato, Steve Lingner. 137 FRONT ROW: Andrea Lovestrand, Penny Schmidt, Carolyn Johnson, Pain Clockhoff. BACK ROW: Larry Sandoval, Pat Stout, ,loAn Mendenhall, Judy Fulcher, ,lody Trego, Carol Cass. ROW 2: Ben Duckwiler, Bill McAlpine, Thornton, Lucia Giovannis, Mary Jo Hanshaw, Jim Trego, Dave Carter. Steve Savage, Dan Huber, Mike Clark, Bill Scogland, Rick Sommer, Paul Speech Department Hosts This year the Speech program grew to be a very active organization participating in many tournaments and con- tests. During the summer four United Township students, Sue Thoman, Bill Scogland, Ron Miller, and ,lim Trego, attended university summer workshops to study in various areas of speech. Debate teams participated in numerous tournaments and placed first in the novice division at the Second Annual United Township High School Invitational Debate Tourna- ment. Individual events consisted of extemporaneous speaking, prose reading, poetry reading, radio speaking, humorous reading, serious reading, original monologue, oratorical dec- lamation, after dinner speaking, and original oratory. The speakers hosted an individual events festival in February, and traveled to other contests throughout the state. The debate and individual events programs were merged into a Forensics Union this year. By expanding the program at the North Campus, more students were encouraged to "1--., participate in extra curricular speech activities. Included in the activities initiated by the forensics pro- gram were the Varsity Speech Night during which individual speakers performed before the public, and the weekly school newscast which also broadcasted over KWNT-FM radio at r S basketball half-times was presented. Kathy Halligan and Mary Jo Eleopolos revise their speech contest entries. p -C A: , 4 Afz., -1-,-iza- Junior varsity debaters Carol Cass and Pam Fulsher discuss a new approach After careful editing and reporting Steve Savage presents an edition of the to their debate topic. UTHS news-broadcast. Individual Events Festival Ci' unsung, Outstanding speakers. FRONT ROVV: Judy Thornton, Sue Thoman, Carol Cass, Lucia Giovannis. ROW 2: Dave Carter, Bill Scogland, Ron Miller, Rick Som- mer. BACK: Steve Savage. FRONT ROW: John Bollaert, Mike Radford, Steve Beale, Marie Lundgren, Linda Larson, Arlis Hasselbusch, Lisa Adams, Mike Haliburton, Bill Laird, Denny Colbert, Louie Sandoval. ROW 2: Larry Hicks, Gail Porter, Sandra Gurd, Judy Carcari, Mark Bollaert, Bob Stenzel, Steve McNinch, Dan Zora, Rich Stepp, Diane Glendon, Carol Etheridge. ROW 3: Joanne Kleinschmidt, Marlene Gould, Sally Hull, Marilyn Kehoe, Bev Archibald, Beth Sipes, Lois DeVos, Mary Ryan, Patsy Monteith, Kathy Keith, Dave Jones. ROW 4: fN..rJM4:w Diane DeDoncker, Brenda Whittington, Matt Lundeen, Tom Kivisto, Steve Fontaine, Debbie Glendon, Janet Mathias, Ruth Frey, Lynn Jack, Ellen Smith. ROW 5: Sherry Webb, Susie Sinatra, Harry Brinker, Ray Perkins, John Fields, Tom DePauw, Chuck Hughes, Debby Ruby, Amy McKaufsky, Renee DeJaegher. BACK ROW: Steve Jack, Mike Christopher, Craig Rowlands, Steve Savage, Todd Bollaert, Mike Patterson, Brian Smith. Student ouncil Designates Mrs. Lillian Rowlands speaks to the Student Council on the benefits of the A.F.S. program. Distribution of duties to permanent committees made the 1966-67 Student Council different from those of previous years. Each member was assigned to a committee by Presi- dent Mike Haliburton. This practice gave each member a greater interest in Student Council activities and lessened dependence on the President to do the work. The commit- tees, finance, publicity, entertainment, legality, school spirit, merit, intra-school, inter-school, and research, each fulfilled the different aspects of council work. The committees were headed by chairmen elected from the South Campus mem- bers and appointed assistant chairmen from the North Cam- pus. Each month seven members attended Quint Cities Student Congress meetings. The purpose of these meetings was to promote understanding among the area schools and to par- ticipate in activities aiding the community. In order to raise money to sponsor next year's foreign ex- change student, Student Council Week was held in the spring. Proceeds from the American Field Service Dance, the climax of Student Council Week, also provided funds for this purpose. A memorial fund for Richard Stevens, a 1966 UTHS graduate, was used to purchase a dictionary and bookcase stand for the South Campus library. Student Council also designated dress-up days and Ntrue blue daysi' at various times throughout the year to promote school loyalty. A Student Council member votes for the nominee of her choice. Council officers are Mike Haliburton, Presidentg Debbie Ruby, Treasurer Mark Bollaert, Vice-Presidentg and Linda Larson, Secretary. School Spirit Days Ellen Smith and Foreign Exchange Student, Marie Lundgren, listen intently to the Council proceedings. Co-Editors Kathy Miller and Sylvia Mclntosh discuss 11 page plan with Stow C1-land:-. Key Acquues New 9 .ss .Q it . , . 7 i EEG?-'QQ 2 Reporters are Cseatedl Denny Colbert, Ruth Martel, Cindy Smith fstandingl Viewing a display of old newspapers are Theresa Sierra. De Ann Dussliere. Dave Dnbereiner. Bridget Ryan, and Bob Lewis. Scott Mason. and Jim Power. 2 5 E ! Checking a paste-up for the next Key are fseatedb Julie DeBoo, Sandy Busenbark, fstandingl Penny Cruzen, and Lois DeVos. Masthead The Key staff produced a bi-monthly newspaper which kept UTHS students informed with news from both cam- puses. Although scotch tape, glue, and even gum was sometimes needed to "put the paper together" the co-editors, Sylvia McIntosh and Kathy Miller, and page editors, all working under the guidance of sponsor Mrs. Lana Carlson, met the deadlines necessary to print the Key. The masthead attained a new and more professional ap- pearance. News stories, features, editorials, sports stories, cartoons, and extra attractions including the "Guess Whov picture contest were all compiled to form a new Key for 1966-1967. Members of the staff not only met deadlines and fitted stories but also traveled to the ISHSPA convention held on the University of Illinois campus in the fall. To aid the Key staff the journalism students distributed the Key issues in the subscribers' lockers. Through the journalism classes students learned about newspaper work and from these classes many staff members were chosen. Tom Caldwell confers with sponsor Mrs. Lana Carlson on a layout problem. Mike McMillin focuses his camera on Lesly Hagelin for a Key picture 3' t , tuttyutu it 2 rf. i'i' i l,ii " i ' Readers and Editors. FRONT ROW: Joline Small, Cherry Ray, JoAn Men- Ruth Stevens, Mary Ryan. BACK ROW: Cindy Holloway, Linda Ewald, denhall, Carol Cass. ROW 2: Arlis Hasselbusclr, Jean Nimrick, Mary Sierra, Leleane Haddick, Nancy Sacco, Jana Rotz. Kathy Harrington, Vivvia Simmons. ROW 3: Glenda Betts, Sylvia Mclntosh, Typists are Sandy Bergman, Theresa Sierra, Lois DeVos, Marty Coram, and Denise Harris. fWWwM MUQ9W3Qg New Distribution System Adopted 5559 ' .'.. N K by Panther Parade The 1967 Panther Parade staff spent many hours read- ing, editing, and publishing the creative writing and art work of the United Township High School students. The staff included twenty-six seniors headed by Editor- in-Chief Jolene Small, Assistant Editor JoAn Mendenhall, and Business Editor Carol Cass. Sections were headed by Short Stories Editor Cherry Ray, Poetry Editor Cindy Smith, Essays Editor J ana Rotz, and Art Editor Cindy Holloway. Although the l967 Panther Parade itself may not have appeared different, minor changes occured. Included in the innovations were the co-ordination of the art work with the written material and the establishment of a new dis- tribution system. This year the Panther Parade was dis- tributed through the homerooms to avoid the confusion of cafeteria distribution. Much more time was spent on the ubackstage productionv of the book this year than in past years, and it ultimately showed the wide and varied talents of the United Township students. Poetry Editor Cindy Smith and reader Rick Sommer evaluate a poem. Editor-in-Chief Joline Small, Assistant Editor ,loAn Mendenhall, and Sponsor Mr. Edward Dymek review a selection to be printed in the Panther Parade. fm 'aim' Assistant Editor Ginny Colby and Edltor in Chief Kathy Harrington discuss The approaching deadline requires extra hours of work for Mark Almblade, possible layout plans Drusilla Courtney, and Steve J ack. mnesota Summer Workshop After attending yearbook conferences at the University of Minnesota, lllinois State University, and the University of Illinois the staff of the 1967 Skyline began the tedious Work required to produce a yearbook. Under the supervision of Advisor Mr. .Robert Eckermann, Editor-in-Chief Kathy Harrington and Associate Editor Ginny Colby the staff worked toward the goal of receiving the coveted All- American yearbook rating. Members of the staff, combining their efforts, initiated many new ideas among which were the individual under- class pictures, alphabetical faculty section, and a combined index of all students and faculty members. Late at night the Skyline staff could be found cropping pictures, drawing layouts, and Writing copy for the com- pletion of their deadlines. The Skyline room became the second home to the staff members as countless hours were spent in the production of the book. ln the spring, after the distribution of the book, each member felt the satisfaction of a job well done. Business staff, Linda Sacco, Ed Williams, and Linda Gremonprez check the receipts from the day's sales. 3 ff y 7'f5:"i ff ,Q 7 W in , ., at .f-SQPW' Skyline period provides extra time for Paula Kester and Sue Busenbark to , Work on their sections. 4. -W Wm A ,M ,,.,---"" U I wr XLCGAK' Insputes New Ideas , , , I, , hd1I01' Kathy Harrlngton prepares the pages for mallmg the last deadline. ttlllli North Campus staff Lynn Jack, Pat Edmunds, Cherie Montieth, and Karen Karen Dunne, Marijane Almblade, Karen Kerckhove, and Patsy Montieth Smith await the noontime Skyline customers. select pictures to complete their sections. FRONT ROW: Joyce Schroeder, Syl- via Mclntosh, Verna Brandon, Kathy Mueller, Linda Ewald, Leah Ridenour, Debbie Dixon, Sandra Crandall, An- drea Lockhart, Sara Griffith, Diana Howard, Chuck Williams. ROW 2: Paul Fletcher, Mike Dale, Linda Davidson, Mary Ann Stone, Pat Har- ris, Linda Fraikes, Carmella Harris, Orest Aukulow, LeAnn Kitchen, Vicki Jones, Paul Jackson, Debbie Webb, Deane Daubman, Jean Bartels, Ron Meyers, Sue Long, Carolyn Anderson, Gary Campagna, Cindy Hayes, Bill Anderson, Linda McGinnis, Sue Tho- man. ROW 3: Alvin Anderson, Mike Green, Barbara Andress, Ron Pinner, Larry Hobbs, Scott Mason, Tim Ter- hune, Randy Tank, Ed Khite, Brenda Melanowski, Jim Hixon, Tom Bartels, Bob Perkins, Carol Wassell, Dave Rosenberger, Penny Schmidt, Pat Stauffacher, Marta Lutens, Charles Loeting, Sandra Weinert, Glena Riley, Pom-Pom girls are Cfrontl Bonnie Henyan, fkneelingh Patsy Montieth, Sue Boorn, Holly Husky, istandingl Peggy Freeman, and Arlis Hasselbusch. Absent from picture are Alicia Propp and Loretta Carlton. Concert-Marchin Band Encouraging school spirit with the combination of rousing music and two hundred eager and enthusiastic students has been one of the main objectives of the United Township High School Band program. Dedication is one word which describes the attitudes of these students who participated in the Concert, Orange, and Black bands. Sloshy fields, cold weather, strenuous exercise, and complicated formations were among the many trials which they endured to attain perfection. But, through the hard work of the students and the direction of Mr. Mallie Williams, accomplishment of well-played performances was their ultimate reward. Approximately eighty students were involved in the State Solo and Ensemble Contest. This, the largest participation from United Township, consisted of thirteen soloists and twenty ensembles. ln the spring the entire band participated in the Organizational State Contest and for their final public performance presented the Spring Concert. The band contributed much to the school by actively participating at all home games and traveling to two away games. The UTHS Concert Band provided musical enter- tainment at home basketball games and were aided in this venture by the Black Band, Glenview Junior High School Band, Silvis Junior High School Band, and the East Moline Grade School Band. if Encourages School Spirit Flag twirlers are fkneelingl Linda Hofreiter. Linda Jones, fstandingl Mary Lou Hunt, Beth Sipes, and Mickey Headly. X Don Buss, Janice Harris, Wlanda Trice, Sandra Speer, Diane March. ROW 4: Miky Simms, Barbara Rusle, Dave Carter, Pete Darby, Richard Stodd, Al Felkner, Bruce Trunnell, YVarren Schmidt, ,lim Carter, Steve McNinch, Barb Hughes, Paul Clock- off, Dave Kirk, Dave Harrel, Dennis DeDecker, Doug VanThorre, ,lim Hicks, Dick Baum, Charles Comito, Pat Haslam, Cindy Mandigo, Connie Taylor, Martha Hall, Crystal Enta wistle, Cathy Anderson, Cheryl Kleinau, Colleen Mullen, Julie Ste- wardson, Ellen Ulery, Anita Gullet, Cathy Harris, Cheryl Goebel, Sandra Lang. BACK ROYV: Steve Lipes, Lee Meredith, Nancy Harrel, Don Hanson, Dean Cady, Bill Khrone, Tim Love- strand, Kurtis Rexroth, Mike Minnes- tena, Phil Rowe, Richard Hammond, Al Nordstrom, Dan Lipes. L55 ,, ,, Band Maforettes are fkneelingl Kathy Frye. fstandingl Bette Cuninghain, Bonnie Ostrom, and Cindy Leahy. FRONT ROW: Sandra Parker, Beth Lambrick, Carol Smith, JoAn Menden- hall, Gloria Coakley, Martha Coram, Ginny Colby, Margaret Cook, Virginia Pompa, Janice Rigsby, Sherry Noursc, Louise Recd, Marilyn McGee, Lynn Heinze. RONV 2: Pamela Best, Carol Cass, Linda Karenke, Cindy De- Vrieze, Peggy Higham, Lesley Hage- lin, Connie Whittington, Kathy Hara rington, Arlis Hasselbusch, Mary Sier- ra, Deborah Trammel, Bonnie Hines. ROYV 3: Bryan Heinze, Barbara Block, Janet Lacelield, Linda Tice, Kathy Newberry, Andrea Lovestrand. Entire Choir Travels to GIRL,S GLEE CLUB. FRONT ROW: Bev Backmiller, Penny Cruzen, Jean Bert, Peggy DcMont, Marion Finley, Joyce Fraikes, Nancy Wfright, Carolyn VanTicghem, Kay Taylor, Joyce Prine, Clara Gross. ROW 2: Pat Reese, Linda Covemaker, Donna Harvey, Joan Moore, Carolyn Potter, Lynn Oden- dahl, Kathy McMahon, Marilyn Powell, Linda Davis, Karen Causemaker, Sandra Sandefur. ROW 3: Marcia Baker, Sally Bond, Marilyn Pisman, Lon- nye Lodging, Marion Pitts, Mary Mellinger, Margy Dobereiner, Barb Taylor, Bonnie Hess, Barbara Jewell, Jenita Barber. BACK ROW: Loretta Carlton Sharon Ballard, Sue Wonderich, Cheryl Grau, Judy Stark, Brenda Neuman Peg Freeman, Mary Jane Behrens, Sheila Ricky, Sue Eastman, Julie Stout: Peg Hutchins, LeJeane Haddick. 1 r anizational State Contest The darkened auditorium was hushed by the candlelit procession of choir members whose voices were raised in unison to HO, Come, Emanuel? This Christmas Vesper Assembly was just one of the impressive moods the sixty- five member choir created for the public under the direction of Mr. Kenneth Lowenberg. The choir, after many hours of hard work, attended for the first time in its entirity, the Organizational State Con- test. Thirty choir members also gained experience by sing- ing with the Tri-City Youth Orchestra and chorus. Many different kinds of music were studied and greatly expanded the choir student's appreciation of music. Through the sacred numbers, folk tunes, broadway selections, and Negro spirituals, studied, the students learned enjoyable songs other than popular tunes. Much time was spent on individual progress by the form- ing of quartets which helped build the students, confidence in themselves. By focusing attention upon the individual the strength of the entire group was increased. Through participation the students learned not only mu- sical theory but also developed the ability to co-operate with their fellow students. Choir members Carol Smith and Marty Coram relax between numbers. Jolene Hixson, Kathy Mueller, Cheryl Adams. ROW 4: James Power, Gary Dawson, Darrell Turner, John Flana- gan, Bruce Kellums, Larry Best, Doug- las Needham, Jack Redmond, Donald Strang, Timothy Warren, Steve Demp- sey, James Henry, Stephen Dicken- son. BACK ROW: Jorge Dias, Thomas DeWalsche, Timothy Hull, James Powell, Michael Kelly, John Conklin, Jerry Sisson, Steve Lingner, David Churchill, William Penrod, Dan Dillon, James Cosgrove, Lonnie Cain, Robert Weidman, Mike Karns. llegro Chorus FRONT ROW: Paula Heinze, Becky VanBuskirk, Sandra Arrington, Cindy Brow, Cleta Simmons, Anne Smet, Debbie England, Becky May, Debbie Ferguson, Teresa Belman, Rita Davis, Cindy Stotmeister. ROW 2: Barb Stout, Rita Warden, Becky Chandes, Diane Saltzman, Yvonne Turner, Pam Zaragoza, Lynn Jack, Vickie Holt, Sue Anderson, Candy Gause, Sue, Cham- panian. ROW 3: Fonda Ishmael, Bonnie Frazelle, Diane Howell, Corabel Williams, Alice Schwartz, Debbie Wiatt, Dawn Pilon, Linda Retzlaff, Pam Salmonson, Sue Kannenberg, Pat Tompkins, Andrea Williams, Dianna Ader. ROW 4: Debbie DeFauw, Kathy Zegarac, Kathy Boney, Mary Rasko, Car- men Propp, Bev Koenig, Gail Sheahan, Pat Miller, Linda Killian, Marlene Gould, Vicki Ingraham, Joann Kleinschmidt, Gail Katrana, Linda Zora, Penny Curless. outh Campus Mixed horus FRONT ROW: Marcy Romero, Charlotte Brokaw, Dorrie Deopere, Sharon Johnson, Bonnie Reeves, Pam Soucinek, Linda Layman, Myma Penner, Lor- raine Pierce, Florene Branham, Sandra Buller, Micholett Trujillo, Linda Hupton. ROW 2: Sharon Flack, Eugena Wright, Josephine Cavazos, Gwen Howard, Easter Glass, Pat Patterson, Sue Shaffer, Lynn Hocker, Judy An- derson, Loretta VanBunnen, Marie Spinello, Brenda Fetterer, Barbara Jones. ROW 3: Carol Burns, Pam Hart, Betty Martin, Elijah Lucas, Gary Dzkuns- kus, Gilbert Sierra, Sharon Kirklin, Valerie Bender, Sharon Moline, Vicki Thieme, ,lackie Dawson, Pam Daggett. BACK ROW: Ron Goodrich, Mike Marlof, Dennis Clark, Marvin Sutton, Rick Willis, Dan Lee, Melvin Taylor, Arthur Davis, Steve Bazor, .lim Owen, Ken Kremer, Charles Gray, John Freeman, Janis Graves, Mary Jo Eleopulos, Debbie Humes, Georgia Coleman, Joe Phillips. Combined ale and Cambiata Chorus FRONT ROW: Tim Murray, David Ditch, Jack Grey, Kent Brown, Roger Gross, Steve Copeland, Rod Smith, Tony Dillon, Gary Block, Gary Mosher, Dwayne Hopkins, Mike Resse. ROW 2: Ray Jefferson, Tom Warren, Fred Fender, Greg Krogmen, Steve Johnson, Bob Martinez, Bert Lavine, David Fallon, Aldopho Alejo, Vic VanOteghem, Mike Rutledge, Dan Strang, Greg Gaskens, Larry Sandoval, Rob McNeal. ROW 3: Steve Ward, Bernard Hard- ing, Duane Passno, Mark Allmenlinger, Ron Underwood, Phillip Allen, Darryl Moore, Robert Officer, Bob Betts, Allen Sheppard, Geroge Schild, Luis Sierra, Bill Sayman, Neal Johnson, John Bolander. BACK ROW: Bob Dopson, Dan Davis, Kenneth Droger, Ross Austin, Tom Witmarsh, Mike Lenth, Mike McLaughlan, Charles James, Richard Fiechter, James Taylor, George Schmiers, William Davis, Harold Cutkemp, David Brereton, Kenneth Brock, Gary Karenke, Raymond Hines. orth Campus Black Band FRONT ROW: Retha Baggs, Gloria Hart, Sharon Paasch, Shirley Wierenga, Elva Gamino, Antoinette Akulow, Dave Harris. ROW 2: Sandra Lampo, Nina Bourque, Harry Brinker, Diane Prayer, Michelle Polich, Pam Green, Tom Zaragoza, Jeff Poelvoorde, Paul Green, Mark Struss, Marcia Cathcart, Doug Buchanan. ROW 3: Donna Brandon, Barbara Mclntosh, Nancy Cun- ningham, Steve Wise, Matt Lundeen, Christine Hawotte, Gene Strathdee, Paul Kendall, Joe Hignight, Mike Linn, Terry Crane, Bobb Sandilos, Roger Abbitt, Virgil Thurman, Nancy Saltzman, Bruce Naylor, Nancy Olds. ROW 4: Kathy Mekus, Connie Skiles, Diane Darby, Debbie Orendorff, Jim Stewart, Mary Ann Urbanick, Bob Earhart, Nancy Thompson, Harold Bobb, Greg Sims, Steve Engwall, Roger Kirschemnann, David Mueller, Randy Mason, David Daubman, Gary Ream, Tony Dumolien, Steve Hanson, Greg Davis, Gary Andress, Doug Compton. BACK ROW: Mike Marshall, Doug Han- son, Fred Roden, Bill Perkins. NOT PICTURED: Diane Meyers, Kedrick Knight, Eric Bogguess, Paul Elmore, Jon Brewer. Crescendo Chorus FRONT ROW: Virginia King, Vicki Sneed, Cheryl Dunne, Valerie Barnes, Corla Allen, Rita Bustos, Debbie Johnson, Debbie Fulton, Judy Barnes, Patricia Smith. ROW 2: Kathy Aldrich, Kathy Land, Marion Edwards, Gail Parker, Margaret Castro, Veronica Sierra, Cheryl Lewis, Lois Patterson, Pat Watson, Linda Wilkens. ROW 3: Shirley Allison, Gwen Ainslie, Chris Baker, Sue Caldwell, Judy Goderis, Mary Hines, Mary Ann Vallejo, Cecelia Rangel, Cindy Dickinson, Mary D'Hooge, Holly Race. BACK ROYV: Janice Goderis, Norma McCaffrey, Gail Burlingame, Priscilla Erickson, Linda Ziegler, Nona Haliburton, Libby York, Debbie Shull, Peggy Bein. Aeolian Chorus FRONT ROW: Adela Trujillo, Teresa Ferguson, Joy Hook, Nancy Verhecke, Sue Bowers, Jackie Huggins, Sandy Gremonprez, Cheryl Dewey, Cynthia Ogle. ROW 2: Jacqueline Searl, Connie Wiedeman, Gloria Zanetello, Sandy Stenzel, Karen Branche, Pam Thompson, Sherry Johnson, Pat Knoeferl, Jane Miller. ROW 3: Marcia Scott, Janice Cummings, Cynthia Haslam, Pat Stewart, Brenda Whittington, Martha Miller, Brenda Williams, Ilene Tolliver, Sally Dobereiner, Naomi Goodrich, Mary Ybarra. BACK ROW: Joyce Byrd, Cynthia Downing, Beverly Moline, Vickie Goering, Marion Thomas, Karen Plympton, Rebecca Swanson, Ilene Van de Walle, Helen Berry, Linda Foster, Debbie O'Neil, Judy Chaney. Crescendo Chorus FRONT ROW: Joan Bert, Diane Behrens, Debra Kuehnel, Sharon Belman, Valerie Pompa, Diane Versluys, Patricia Barlett, Mary Bettis, Esther Garriott, Diane VanTieghem, Ruth McNeal, Patricia Lofgren. ROW 2: Penny Roh- weder, Sherry Webb, Marcia Lee, Patricia Bloomer, Linda Jones, Jennifer Jairett, Linda Mankoski, Pamela Fauser, Judith Sullivan, Romona Gross, La- wanda Lee, Coletta King, Nancy Causemaker, Cynthia Hasselbusch. ROW 3: Nancy Troeliger, Patricia Coats, Sally Schumaker, Debra Cordell, Dawn Gabel, Lucia Veryzer, Gail Lamansky, Becky McLaughlin, Pamela Deem, Natalie Huber,,Helen Mihalopulos, Deborah Dickey, Denise Erickson. BACK ROW: Kathy Call, Pamela Wendel, Linda Newberry, Cindy Anderson, Debra Miller, Sandra Gnatovich, Georgeanna Axiotis, Anna Vallejo, Marybeth Wood, Joyce Leemon, Gail Porter, Joy Mason, Kathryn Covemaker, Deane Porter, Sally Vanbeveren, Karen McKenzie, Phyllis Ruby. Aeolian Chorus FRONT ROW: Rita Peterson, Sharon Oller, Josett VanHollebeke, Kris King, Barb Box, Sharon Dewy, Cathy Carlton, Sherry Gean, Ginger Edmunds, Cheryl Showalter, Sherry Jahn. ROW 2: Nena Carter, Chris Lessard, Anita Esparza, Bertha Alejo, Marv Kraklow, Debbie Jack, Christi Whitbeck, Darlene Hunter, Diana McConnell, Kathy Richardson, Cindy Dahlstrom, Diane Nipper, Sue Young. BACK ROW: Rebecca Hoffman, Catherine McCreery, Patricia Truitt, Judy Tuenbough, Darlene Winchester, Nancy Hendricks, Sheryl Howard, Shirley Diericks, Nici Renner, Marilyn Land, Debie Brand, Lela Wood, Debbie McGee, Debbie Lewis, Debbie Conner, Deanna Fesler. I xf , of 5: Lv oy Q51 ffl M J AQ - SJ N. AN 1 e N 4537 if Ny o Co 2 X f fx , I A3 A J X ws C' F , . gf .,A. , , ' J' LQ L j fxx 1' N ' R: QL . 8, A F VM V1 , A . Xxx e "W w "A time to be joyous and a time to be sad X L- . . . ,, N ' a t1me to Wm and a tlme to lose. 4 Q JV -W a, Lf eg, 156 x fx 2 IPB 45 .xl I f , : X f v x ' , li, . 'ri 'cf- 1 ,. 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' 153' '4- -ff .vga-w?!?iIgi54fi'if, fl ily 93.15 ' - , !qy 4- - ,e"-Ziff, , ta ' : .. LL1-, ,qggge I-Li,.Jw ' K ta.. 1511? Qxy Jes? 1 '?iQL'f ,v '1L','i Y . Y' ,L ' ,fftx A " .D ' r :E fgikfa? gaviwi PQ' "R H .' fv fiffffwfhf- ' if ' ff' 1+-A , f .., + Hf2vv1"MW" -e'Ww..n,,, -2',.Q,-xi , ffghw 9 , 'M' .Ti-iw ' ' w'+,2i"3fp'4w?w fx y ., , , KA X A Q f, K f, QQ-xv X wwlp-0 . -wma! E N ii QQ! , W vs " xwh, wg' WV 'L,,'W1'sn MM W wh W M W A W' 1 P .Q5+U"'P,m. m!?'HoALwfv?x' ,TW W gg A -, if u. , 4 1 m . , .M ,,, . 2' -, F . .Q LI? '19 rf ox ,i FRONT ROW: Al Schmidt, Don Talbot, Larry Knox, Gary Van Hulle, Chuck Tank, Mike Drohushevich, Craig Rowlands, Tyrone Patterson, Daryl Strath- Wilson, Mike Rowlands, Ed Williams, John Perez, John Freeman, John dee, Jack Morris, Gary Dzekunskas, Ron Anderson, Jim Hofreiter, Larry Mullen, Phil Coram, John Reid, G. G. Sieria, Rich Stepp, Mike Whitcanack, Terronez, Henry Nache, Mark Bollaert, Mgr. Phil Sheahan. BACK ROW: Alvin Anderson. ROW 2: Mgr. Rich Davis, Dennis Versluys, Jim Power, Mike Larry Hobbs, Myles Marsh, Jack Brooks, Steve Verdick, Paul De Bruine, Panther Coaches are Ted Knudsen, D o n Davis, Duane Lovestrand, Head Coach Gene McCarter, and Jim Loula. Panther Eleven Ends 18 Game 915 Mike Rohweder, Mike Crotty, John Covemaker, Rich Yeargle, Dan Zora, Skip Jones, Clyde Harris, Dan Schilling, Ron Williains, Jay Van De Voorde, Don Vickers. Losing Streak The 1966 Panther football season opened with a 7-6 loss to Davenport West. The one East Moline touchdown was scored by Rich Yeargle on a run from the three yard line during the second quarter. The Dubuque game again brought disappointment. The Panthers led 7-6 with only four minutes left in the fourth quarter. The Rams then scored their thirteen points to win the game. The Panther touchdown was made by Dan Zora on a run from the ten yard line. The football game with Washington of Cedar Rapids lifted the spirits of the UTHS players and fans. The final score of the game was a 6-6 tie with the East Moline touchdown made by Dan Zora. Highlighting the game of October 7 with the Moline Ma- roons at Browning Field was the 45 yard pass from Dan Zora to Tyrone Patterson. Although the Panthers lost this game, their desire to win was increased. Through the rain, mud, and slop came the Panther eleven to defeat the Rock Island Rocks. In this game the Panthers ended the 735 day winless drought. The fourth quarter touchdown made by Dan Zora tied the score. Coach Gene McCarter then instructed Zora to run the ball in rather than attempt a kick. Rich Yeargle,s run to the end zone gave East Moline the one point margin needed to win the game. The United Township defense held the Rocks for the rest of the game. The Central Blue Devils, holding 3rd rank in Iowa, de- feated the Panthers by 33-0 margin. The Imps were held to one touchdown in the first three quarters, but then over- powering the Panthers they scored four touchdowns in the f0l11'il1 quarter. fcontinued on page 1613 .LV as ..-swa--- Coach Gene McCarter discusses pre-game strategy with Tyrone Patterson Dan Schilling and Chuck Wilson pull down a Falcon. Varsity Football Scores UTHS 6 S 7 Davenport West UTHS 7 S 19 Dubuque UTHS 6 - 6 Washington UTHS 0 - 26 Moline UTHS 7 - 6 Rock Island UTHS 0 - 33 Davenport Central UTHS 13 - 22 Alleman UTHS 20 - 6 Iowa City UTHS 18 - I4 Clinton Rich Yeurgrle gains another yard with the help of expr-1'ie-ricecl Panthers Finish Coach Gene lllcffurter is helped off the field by Don Vickers and Larry Hobbs after the Iowa City victory. 83 ' ff P p J P. l P s Tyronne Patterson is pulled down despite the blocking efforts of Skip Jones. The Panthers hold their opponents at the line once again. X . .A team blocking. The grid men listen to the coachis strategy during half time of the Rock Island game. 6th in Mississippi Valley Conference The following week the Panthers battled the Alleman Pio- neers. The Pioneers, after a hard fought game, came out on top with a score of 22-13. Yeargle, in the second quarter, scored a touchdown on a 31 yard run. Henry Nache's kick was good. In the fourth quarter, Yeargle threw a 13 yard pass to John Reid who also scored a six pointer. The Iowa City Hawks traveled to Soule Bowl and were defeated hy the East Moline gridders 20-6. The first score came as Dan Zora made a plunge from the one yard line. A1 Anderson also scored in that same period on a four yard scamper around left end. The kick hy Henry Nache was good. Witli 2:16 left in the game, Skip Jones scored his first touchdown of the season on a 17 yard play. Nache again hroke the uprights. In the final game of the season the Panthers struck for 18 points in the first half and then held on for a l8-14 decision over Clinton,s River Kings. The first touchdown came on the opening kickoff as Tyrone Patterson scampered 85 yards for the 6-0 lead. During the second quarter the Panthers struck paydirt twice again. Dan Zora pushed over the one yard line and completed a 27 yard pass to Yeargle in the end zone. This game ended the season for the Panthers with a 3-4-1 mark, taking sixth place in the Valley. As the clock ticked off the final seconds of the final game, the fans went wild, cheering with all their might. When the buzzer sounded the end of the game they became a screaming mob. Tears could he seen in the eyes of the cheer- leaders, players, and fans alike, as everyone, including Coach lVlcCarter, hugged everyone else. Dan Zora plunges over the line for a score against Cedar Rapids Washington YS Sophomores FRONT ROW: Mgr. Gary Crot- ty, Terry Bonta, Will Frye, Den- nis Followwill, Jon Martel, Dave Kirk, Larry Moens, Kenny Collis, Chris McClain, Mike King, Bob Wilson, Ronald Rivera, Mike Castricone, Mike Lenth, Pat Castricone, Bill Wallace, Mgr. Jim Sorenson. ROW 2: Phil Catalfano, Steven Johnson, Tom Sierra, Milt Wilcox, Frank Glaub, Jim Cruz, Chuck Hughes, Alan Curtis, Bob Perkins, Rick Ramirez, Joseph Tingle, Paul Laethem, Merlyn Hood, Todd Bollaert, Doug Davis, Rick Sand- berg. BACK ROVV: John Risse, Jeff Scott, Paul Stumphy, Jim Goodman, John Dobereiner, Brian Smith, Wayne Woods, Phil Ward, Phil Minard, Mark Loete, Dan Bert, Howard Sutliff, Leon- ard Hinsley, Doug Dutcher, Doug VanThorre. Black FRONT ROVV: Randy Serra, Gary Clapp, Bill Perkins, Sam Kupersin, Luis Serria, Thomas Zarragoza, Ernie Manrrique, Mike Radford, Mike Ekin, Chuck Val- lee, Art Hernandez, Randy Ma- son, Mike VanBeveron. ROW 2: Mgr. Doug Hanson, Joe Martel, Jim Martel, John Sierra, George Kindle, Larry Rasko, Larry Lig- gett, Bill Hess, Ken Cruse, Steve Fonteyne, Vic VanOteghem, Mike Lynn, Randy Porter. BACK ROW: Doug Johnson, Steve Mourisse, Bob Mickle, Bruce Sut- ton, Jerald Scott, Dwight Bender, Joe Perez, Ken Kroeger, Steve Athey, Jim Nye, Steve Betts. Orange FRONT ROW: Mgr. Paul Green, John Lockhart, Carl Daggett, Steve Sandoval, Darrell Doose, Gary Freeman, Bill Layman, Tom Shipman, Tony Jamison. ROW 2: Dan Klinginsmith, Frank Sier- ra, Vince W'einert, Rick DeLa- Rosa, Dennis Just, Charles Han- na, Charles Cooksey, John Bol- laert, Dave Kappas, Dana Row- lands. ROW 3: Howard Schmidt, Gene Burton, Mark Drohushe- vich, Eric Bogguess, Mike Gant, Paul Smith, Dick Linn, Dave Hantz, Mike Carleton, Duane Goderis. BACK ROW: Dwayne Passno, Mike Marshall, Ed Wis- ham, Howard Latter, Cliff But- tram, Chris Fredrickson, Don Burd, Greg Lanzen, Harry Brin- ker, Ed Jones. Sophomore Football Team Black Wins Annual Compiles 2-5 Record Freshman Class Came nl UTHS 20 UTHS 21 UTHS 12 UTHS 14 UTHS 0 UTHS 7 UTHS 13 Sophomore Football Davenport West Dubuque Washington Moline Rock Island Davenport Central Alleman Sophomore Coaches Mr. Tony Veliz and Mr. Charles DeTaeye check the game statistics from the season. Missing from the picture is Mr. Jay Mercer, Head Coach. BLACK 14 BLACK BLACK 13 BLACK 7 BLACK 0 BLACK 14 Freshman Black Edison Coolidge Allenian NVashington John Deere Orange Freshmen Black Coaches Mr. Don Cheever and Mr. Jim Lodico check the pregame drills of their team. OVEI' Freshman Orange ORANGE 26 - 7 Central ORANGE 14 - 13 Alleman ORANGE 6 - 7 Wilson ORANGE 7 - 20 Franklin ORANGE 6 - 6 Edison ORANGE 7 - 31 Coolidge ORANGE 13 - 14 Black Mr. Charles Allee and Mr. Harry Arvanis, Freshmen Orange Coaches prepare for another football game. Team Effort Produces FRONT ROW: Ken VVeste1'velt, Tony Cardoso, Dennis Houston, John Woner, Dave Schave, Steve Jack, Todd Schave. BACK ROW: Head Coach Mr. Larry Greer, Mgr. Augie Rangel, John Fields, A1 Nordstrom, Steve Virnig, Dale Adamson, Al Cook, Coach Gary Phillips. The Harriers get off to a good start in another practice race. Right: Top runner, Dave Schave, prepares for another race. 4-4 Cross Country Season Varsity UTHS 4Ih West-CentAMoline UTHS 47 16 Rock Island UTHS 20 43 Alleman " UTHS 36 19 Moline UTHS 21 38 Ceneseo UTHS 6Il1 MVC Team Race UTHS 3111 Central-XYest 1 UTHS 20 36 Bettentlorf UTHS 12th Sterling Meet UTHS 4ll'1 Quad City UTHS 5th MVC UTHS 47 16 Rock Island UTHS 47 36 Alleman UTHS 48 15 Moline UTHS 9th District in LM Sophomore UTHS 2nd WYCSI-CQIII-31011110 UTHS 43 17 Rock Island UTHS by forfeit Alleman UTHS by forfeit Moline UTHS 24 33 Geneseo UTHS 5th MVC Team Race UTHS 2nd Central-West UTHS 24 31 Bettendorf UTHS 4th Quad City UTHS 6th MVC UTHS 46 15 Rock Island UTHS 21 34 Alleman UTHS by forfeit FRONT ROYV: Irving Dixon, Charles Sheppard, Stew ROXY: Cary Andress, Dave Ortiz, Steve Shatter. Mike- Beale, Joe Higzhnight, Jim Percy, Mitch Robinson. BACK PHUCYSOH, Fred R0dCH, TOIH Soliz- E R X TM ., ,W The exhaustion of a long race shows on the face of Steve Jack. new ,, V4 Y,YV,, M 165 East Moline fans cheer as another bucket is scored against Moline in the final seconds of play. Panther Teamwork Vercomes I W -- . ,... ,kkl A I V ..... ...' .,. W.. , . Xstiv .W W, V.., . ,,,,,.m.,,.M,,, ..,.,,., ,-.. SEATED: Dan Schilling, Dale Adamson, Reed Mayfield, Bob Kivisto, Rich Vickroy, Mike Haliburton, Dick Yusk, Al Nordstrom, Skip Jones, John Yeargle, Marv Sutton, Al Cook, Tom Kivisto, Manager Steve Dickinson. Fields, Assistant Coach Tom Maranville. STANDING: Coach Ernie Kivisto, Keene Kruckenburg, Bob Gardner, Dave Dan Schilling screens for Bob Kivisto as he drives for a layup. Height Deficit East Moline opened their season with a thrilling game with The Assumption Knights. Bob Kivisto hit 45 points and in doing so set an Assumption gym record. The final score of the game was 93-89. Early in the season the East Moline Panthers traveled to Debuque to score an easy win. Reed Mayfield came off the bench in the second period and scored 12 points by hitting six of seven attempts. Davenport West gave the Panthers a fight as the game ended in an overtime Win. Bob Kivisto, Rich Yeargle, and Mike Haliburton accounted for 60 of the Panther,s 78 points. In a return meet on January 6 the East Moline Panthers again defeated the Falcons of Davenport West. This game proved to be a contest of free throws. The East Moline play- ers hit many important shots from the charity line and Sophomore Dave Vickroy came through with the vital points needed to win the game. Vickroy converted five of six free throws and sunk seven field goals making a total of nineteen points. The starting Panthers finished the game with a balance of scoring. r With one minute and 38 seconds left in the game West was in the lead 68-67. Then Vickroy stole the ball and drove in for a lay up. The basket was good, but Vickroy was fouled. He then made two free throws and regained East Moline's winning lead with 45 seconds left on the clock. East Moline battled Moline in one of their greatest per- formances of the year. The Panther's center, Mike Hali- burton, kept the game alive with remarkable shooting and fcontinued on page 1691 Bob Kivisto is rewarded with two points after running a hard play a ers Compete in 1 Games fx tl' Mike Haliburton tries to steal the ball during tense seconds of the Moline game. 'Uh-,A AE' ' Q -""""-55 H' N. ,.,, With his teammates ready to assist, Skip Jones gets the ball in a scramble. Another scoring attempt is thwarted by Skip Jones in the 64-63 home 168 game with Moline. to Compile 10-12 Record 5 , as 'lt 5 11 ' fs 'lv I Al Cook takes a jump shot as Mike Haliburton and Bob Kivisto look on. VARSITY BASKETBALL SCORES UTHS 93 - 89 Assumption UTHS 77 M' 97 Jefferson UTHs 80 - 64 Clinton UTHS 50 N 71 Moline UTHS 53 - 61 Rock Island UTHS 69 -' 71 Iowa City UTHS 72 S 83 Washington UTHS 80 - 59 Dubuque UTHS 71 - 68 West UTHS 73 E 90 Jefferson UTHS 61 - 71 Central UTHS 60 - 53 Alleman UTHS 63 - 64 Moline UTHS 66 - 51 Washington UTHS 71 - 70 Assumption UTHS 69 - 80 Rock Island UTHS 94 - 79 Iowa City UTHS 78 - 70 West UTHS 62 - 73 Alleman UTHS 66 - 64 Central UTHS 65 3 84 Galesburg fcontinued from page 1675 rebounding. Haliburton would score then Brooks, then DeVilder, then Kivisto and back to 1-Ialiburton. Maroon player, Doug Wise, hit a bucket and tied the score 58-58 with only seconds left in the game. East Moline lost the ball, but a foul was made just as the buzzer sounded. Bob Kivisto came to the line on a one- and one, the free throw that would have won the game for East Moline, but fell short. During the over-time both teams exchanged points, but in the final seconds of the game Moline triumphed 64-63. After the Moline game East Moline played Davenport Central to a tie ball game, then went on to win on Rich Yeargleis 40 foot jump shot with seconds remaining in the second over time. Rich Yeargle goes in for a score against the Central Blue Devils. ... 11. lt I 2' KNEELING: Manager Gary Crotty, Brian Smith, Ken Peterson, Alan Machu, John Risse, Paul Stumphy, Steve Shanner, Mike Patterson, Coach Curtis, Jim Cruz, Dan Cogdale, Jim Clark, Matt Simmons, Manager Ron Dave Marr. Penner. STANDING: Wayne Woods, Darrell Samuels, Leo Johnson, Jim Samuels Top Sophomore Valley Scorer Sophomore Coach Dave Marr discusses a play with two players, Steve Shan- ner and Mike Patterson. The Sophomore Basketball Team finished its season with a 11-6 record for 1967. The high point of the season with their 71-70 double overtime victory against Davenport Central. The East Moline Cubs led during most of regula- tion time until the beginning of the fourth period when Central scored six points. With nine seconds left in the first overtime period, Jim Cruz made a charity toss and sent the game into another three minute period. At the end of the second overtime, Samuels scored two free throws making the score 71-68. The Panther team won in a one point victory as the Blue Devils sank a basket at the buzzer. SOPHOMORE BASKETBALL SCORES UTHS Assumption UTHS Washington UTHS Dubuque UTHS Iowa City UTHS Moline UTHS Clinton UTHS Central UTHS Alleman UTHS Washington UTHS Assumption UTHS Moline UTHS R o C k Island UTHS Iowa City UTHS West UTHS Alleman UTHS Central UTHS Galesburg Freshmen Basketball Teams FRONT ROW: Bob Sandilos, ,lim Martel, Malcolm Samuels, Randy Serra, Sheldon Stotmeister, Bennie Haliburton, Dan Brown, Gary Karenke, Daryl Tom Shipman, Greg Sims. ROW 2: Bob Mickle, Alex Wasson, Bob Officer, Griffin. Carnell Teague, Khris Fredrickson. BACK ROW: Coach Jerry Greer, ORANGE SCORES BLACK SCORES UTHS 56 - 53 Assumption UTHS 67 - 53 Alleman UTHS 63 - 55 Black UTHS 55 - 63 Orange UTHS 84 - 46 Coolidge UTHS 72 - 25 Franklin UTHS 73 - 25 Central UTHS 59 - 60 Washington UTHS 61 - 52 Alleman UTHS 42 - 61 Assumption UTHS 78 - 45 Edison UTHS 68 -4 48 Wilson UTHS 56 - 31 Alleman UTHS 48 - 67 Assumption UTHS 49 - 50 Black UTHS 50 - 49 Orange UTHS 69 - 72 John Deere UTHS 64 - 61 Edison UTHS 61 - 50 Assumption UTHS 49 - 53 Alleman UTHS 53 - 43 Washington UTHS 56 - 57 Coolidge UTHS 56 - 30 Franklin FRONT ROW: Roger Abhitt, Steve Sandoval, Bill Perkins, Joe Martel, Lucas, Craig Davis, Greg Naylor, Dean Cady, Scott Stephens, Coach Don George Schild, Tom Zaragoza. ROW 2: Robert Hunter, Mark Drobushevich, Davis. Sam Kupresin, Dan Klinginsmith, Harold Lerschen. BACK ROW: Mel Varsity Wrestlers Advance Seven FRONT ROW: G. G. Sierra, Greg Priekett, Dan Medina, Mark Bollaert, Art Munos, Jerry Propps, Augie Rangle. BACK ROW: Craig Rowlands, Fred Schultz, Bill Wallace, Bob Potter, Bill Burke, Larry Hobbs, Ed Kight, Rich Nerin. Right: Greg Prickett gets into temporary trouble but rallies to win 2-0, Far Right: Moving in, Mark Bollaert ties up his man. Q.. . Men to Sectional at Bock Island The East Moline W1'estling team opened their season with a Quadrangular match at the South Campus. The Panthers Won a third place honor. Larry Hohss won first place, while Jerry Propps and C. G. Sierra fought for second place honors. The wrestling meet with Alleman gave the grapplers their first win in the seasonal matches. Seven of the twelve wrestlers were victorious, with Tom Caulkins, Greg Prickett, and C. G. Sierra all pinning their opponents. In the United Quadrangular Tournament the Panther wrestlers dug in and came out in the first place, with five UTHS matmen earning first place status. At Sterling the E. lVI. wrestlers fought to a 28-17 victory. At this meet Bill Wallace at 154, Bill Burke at 180, and Larry Hohhs, heavyweight, battled their contenders into falls. Varsity Scores UTHS 3rd United Quadrangular Tournament UTHS tie for 5th Davenport Invitational Tournament UTHS 19 S 25 Davenport West UTHS 29 - 17 Alleman UTHS 11-29 Jefferson UTHS 2 - 30 Moline UTHS 15 -27 Davenport Central UTHS Ist United Quadrangular Tournament UTHS 5 - 32 Washington UTHS 28 -17 Sterling UTHS 10 -33 Iowa City UTHS 33 - 14 Savanna UTHS 28 - 12 Rock Island UTHS 8 - 31 Bettendorf UTHS 21 - 21 Clinton UTHS 8 - 31 Dubuque UTHS 27 - 14- Calesburg UTHS 2nd District Wrestling Below: Seconds later Bollaert gets the takedown and receives two points N , l l . . 3 2 it l Jumof VUSUY , W , JJ A J A . . l A . Q f, f :'- , -: "Z- QV l Jaa on w e 2 ' J QNAMS L K U ii L,,. , I f. ' Q, ,- VL I I LL ' t 'ln '1'lH JH 3 'Y Hr, 1 21 XlT.fH.S tra T.: . T.,H. FRONT ROW: Steve Lipes, Don 0. - , T ' In 4 ., B ' . s i Q Caulkins, Steve McNinch, Carl A A 6, ' A - "- , f 5, Clark, Dick Baum, Frank Glaub. gig Q VA. 3 L1 , i ' V rivu , . BACK ROW: Abe Zepeda, Rodney T3 -H xv 3 fzg I Anderson, John Freeman, John ',,,' 1 ' r,,, ,'v' . W g' ' A ,,,,, ft . i ,,,:,::,::.,,E.E,V Perez, Bob Dale, Dan Dueland. 1 -f I a ' , r,g, .::,x., ., e K , .mt in ..,, J K I Q, mi Y , V MAF ? 6 E 7 ' i T ,J l i 2, it . 1, T, Hy bT,H,F ST-fi U'-:H-5 2 W ,rro ,rr R -,,, J .,-A 'orn J A on' r Record 6-8 AZC A -lil A 174 Sophomores Take Jerry Propps applies the cradle and is rewarded with a pin. Reversing his opponent, Bill Burk receives two points and a 3-0 win. Freshmen Black FRONT ROW: Art Hernandez, Chuck Cooksey, Ernie Manrique, Vic Van Oteghen, Bruce Woods, John Bollaert, Henry White. ROW 2: Larry Westbrook, Frank Sierra, Russ Austin, Duane Goderis, Larry Hicks, Glenn Evans, Luis Sierra. BACK ROW: Coach Harry Ar- vanis, Bill Bosley, Chuck Yates, Chuck Girt, Bob Brown, Tom Scott, Larry Rasko, Tom McNeal. Missing from this picture were wrestlers Wayne Caulkins, Rich Burkeyville, Bill Hess. The record of this team was 7-2. Record 7-2 Sophomore " FRONT ROW: Bob Perkins, ,lohn Martel, Todd Bollaert, Steve Cope- land, Jeff Woods, Steve Beale, Tom Caulkins, Jack Setser. ROW 2: Rick Lehne, Warren Schmidt, Rick Ramirez, Bill Jacobs, Abe Zepeda, Frank Glaub, Dan Dueland. BACK ROW: Coach Hanlin, Mgr. Bob E Mack, Mark Loete, Phil Minaro, , Bill Frye, Dan Davis, Phil Ward, 1 ' Doug Van Thorre, Coach Lodico. Record 9-1 Second in First U.T.H.S. lnvitational Fred Schultz sets himself in the referee's position. Later in the season the Panther wrestlers defeated the Rock Island Rocks in a dual meet. This meet was the best match of the season. The underclass dominated Panther grapplers, consisting of two seniors, seven juniors, and three sophomores, made a strong showing at the district tournament. East Moline took second place and brought seven wrestlers thought the district tournament. The first place winners were Craig Rowlands and Larry Hobbs, and second place winners were Art Munos, Greg Prickett, G. G. Sierra, Bill Wallace, and Bill Burke. ln the Illinois State Sectional matches Bill Burke won a third place while Larry Hobbs won first in the heavyweight division and a trip to the state finals at Champaign. Freshmen Orange FRONT ROW: Chuck Gillies, Adolfo Alejo, Darryl Moore, Mike Coussens, Mike Radford, Tim Dav- is, Dan Diederich, Ervin Dixon. ROW 2: Larry Liggett, Rich Mc- Coy, Bruce Stickell, Eric Bogguess, Mike Cant, Tom Hawkins, Harold Bobb, Greg Neels. BACK ROW: Chuck Stevens, Ed Jones, Jim Vaughn, Gary Freeman, Jim Nye, Randy Porter, Dana Rowlands, Tony Jamison, Mr. De Taeye. Record 3-5 olfers Compete in Spirit Season K 19298. Jim Mohrman watches to make sure Jim Hughes keeps his head down in a practice stroke. Under the direction of Coach Jim Small the United Township Golf team competed in a split season with both fall and spring meets scheduled. The fall season opened with the start of school and ran through October. In the fall season the team was in last place in meet competition. The spring season opened in March with 18 meets on the schedule and ended in May. Coach Jim Small talks with Jim Hughes. Jack Russell, Demo Mekus, and Jim Mohrman before practice. I A 1967 Golf Team members are: FRONT ROW: Don Dowell, Lee Merideth, Jim Hughes, Darrell Strathdee, Jim Mohrman, Deno Mekus, Jack Russell. ROW 2: Dave Meier, Kenny Archibald, Jeff Scott, Paul Lathem, John Warren, Pat Castricone, Paul Davis. BACK ROW: Dwayne Pasno, Jim Dobson, Mike Hayes, Mike McMillin, Jerry Stevenson, Pat Trant. Netmen Split Season .G 9 rm-'ss 9,""'--w-. STANDING: Steve McNinch, Dave Elbow, Keene Kruckenberg. Boys' Tennis Scores UTHS O - 5 Rock Island UTHS 4- - 1 Davenport West UTHS 0 - 5 Moline UTHS 3 - 2 Davenport Central UTHS 0 - 3 Rock Island UTHS 3 - 0 Davenport West UTHS 0 - 3 Moline UTHS 6 - 3 Clinton UTHS 2 - 1 Davenport Central UTHS 1 - 8 Clinton Coaches Ed Peterhoff and Gordon Cornelius confer on the match results. 5 N., kr, 1,,.,.W My ,,,,.,.,-w"'l Y swf r""'WMJ 1.2 FRONT ROW: Al Felkner, Kim Dahlstrom, Mike Kraus, Keene Krucken- Johnson, Bill Jacobs. Kent Brown. BACK ROW: Jim Ellison, John Kilgus, berg, Bob Lewis, Dave Elbow, Steve McNinCh, Ron Penner. ROW 2: Dave Mark Elbow, Ken Brooks, Don Davis, Bruce Naylor, Curtis Rexroth, Bill Curlott, Warren Schmidt, Jim Dokas, Ralph Duffy, .lon Garner, Dana Blomgren. TOP SIX PLAYERS. SEATED: Bob Lewis, Mike Kraus, Kim Dahlstrom. , FRONT ROW: Bobbie Cobert, Marie Lundgren, Therese Vyncke, Signe Kaye Hunt, Lynn Henning, Jan Zimmerman, LuAnne Petersmith, Barb Hakemian, Gail Katrana, Barb Vyncke. BACK ROW: ,ludene Aspelmeier, Hughes, Kathy Mueller. AFS Student Leads Girls Tennis UTHS 1 - 6 Rock Island UTHS 6 - 1 West UTHS 6 - 1 Moline UTHS 7 - 0 Central UTHS 2 - 3 Rock Island UTHS 3 - 2 West UTHS 4 - 1 Moline UTHS 3 - 2 Central Girls' Tennis Scores TOP SEVEN PLAYERS. FRONT ROW: Therese Vyncke, .ludene Apel- meier, Marie Lundgren, Gail Katrana. BACK ROW: Signe Hakemian, Barb Hughes, Barb Vyncke. Miss Pat Greene shows pleasure at the improvement in a player's game If The winning team ofthe Intramural basketball tournament, the Sanddogs, included Paul Rusk, Jay VandeVoorde, Tom Rjsse, Bill Laird, John Lewis, and Ed Williams. New Programs Added to lntramurals A The intramurals of 1967 initiated two new activities while still retaining the ones of former years. Those added to the program were handball and ping pong. Both of these activities began in January and continued through spring. The sports of previous years consisted of basketball and bowling. Basketball was made up of the American and National leagues, each consisting of ten teams. The Ameri- can league champions were the Hogheads, while the Rattlers took first place in the National league. A tournament in Distributing eq Gene McCarter. which the Sanddogs were victorious was played at the end of the season. After intramural basketball ended, bowling teams were organized. uipment for Intramural activities IS a responsibility of Coach Coach Gene McCarter demonstrates the proper wrist position when holding a bowling ball to Dan Malmstrom and Steve Sweat. if ,Zim Yi, . ::h 95 5 ft j, ,,,,,,, , e ,k K, , , 'ig fkneelingl Ken Stottler, Vice President, Bruce Brown, President: Steve St. John, Treasurer. Rifle Team officers are Kellums, Secretary, Tom Ken Stottler demonstrates concentration and control, important aspects of marksmanship. U.T.H.S. Rifle Team Gompetes FRONT ROW: Johnny Massarlo, David Mueller, Lyle Leader, Ronald Van- Goethem, Ray Miller, Mike VanBeveren, Tom Zaragoza, Dennis Gryp, Ronnie Ramirez. ROW 2: Terry Miller, George Pitcher, David Nichols, Yolanda Hildebran, Bertha Alejo, Marilyn Hildebran, Vince Terronez, Tom Bennett, Tom Seidlitz, Paul Garcia. ROW 3: Robert Frenell, Jerry Myers, Steve Stanforth, Greg Murphy, Luis Diaz, Priscilla Erickson, Steve Urbaniah, Bruce Stickell, Alex Wasson. BACK ROW: Gerald Reese, Tom Whitmarsh, Bob Brown, Dan Brown, Jim Stewart, Mark Heene, Wendel Stevers. RSM FRONT ROW: Yvonne Hildebran, Demos Mekus, Bill Skiles, Maria Alejo. BACK ROW: Steve St. John, Tim Hull, Lynn Erickson Tom Brown Ken Stottler, Tim Damm. ' ' as a Varsity Sport if The Rifle Team was one of the most active organizations at UTHS. At the start of the 1966-67 school year the Rifle Club was re-christened and the Rifle Team. Under its new position the Rifle Team was presented with two new rifles, a telescope, and a set of four shooting jackets by the Ath- letic Administration. The Rifle Team consisted of many members all of whom were offered the chance to fire. The rifle range was located in the basement of the North Campus. Here the members t ya fired live ammunition at small, pasted targets fifty feet 6 Q down range. The sponsor, Mr. Paul Oliver, acted as range officer and coach. The many teams which formed the organization fired alternately on a week by week basis. During these firings any person scoring high enough won a position on the first team. The first team composed of five people, represented the club at matches. These matches were governed by the National Rifle Association QNRAJ rules. Demands as- sociated with the first team were frequent practice and special rifles. The other members not actively competing U for the top team, shot for ratings given by the NRA. Cita- tions and medals were given to the persons achieving various levels of shooting accuracy. 5 E A bull's eye is proudly pointed out by Tim Hull. Captain Lois DeVos Junior Beth Sipes Varsity Cheerleaders Lead Q Senior Linda Larson Junior Sue VanderBeke VARSITY FOOTBALL CHEERLEADERS: Sue VanderBeke, Linda Larson, Judy Lundeen, Lois DeVos, Judene Aspelme er Crowds in Supporting Panther Teams This year the UTI-IS varsity cheerleaders attended a cheer- leading clinic at Normal, Illinois. The clinic lasted one week. Each day the cheerleaders participated in three classes where instructors taught them new cheers, tumbling tricks, and pcm-pcm routines. They also participated in nightly competitions. Out of five competitions, UTHS cheerleaders won three first place awards. ln the last few years wrestling has become a major sport at UTHS. Therefore a new group of cheerleaders were chosen this year to represent the wrestlers. These girls also backed up the varsity squad by cheering at the junior varsity football games. Try-outs were held in the spring to choose the varsity and wrestling cheerleaders for the following year. The girls were judged on Hpunchf' expression, footwork, rhythm, and voice quality. The five with the highest scores were chosen varsity cheerleaders. The next four in line were named as wrestling cheerleaders. An intricate sixth member of the cheerleading squad was Pete the Panther. Julie DeBoo was the regular, and Amy lVlcKaufsky acted as alternate. Amy attended all underclass games, while Julie assumed her duties at varsity games. To 'crewardn the crowd for cheering, Pete handed out suckers before games. Junior Judene Aspelmeier WRESTLING CHEERLEADERS. KNEELING: Leah Ridenour, Jean Frels. STANDING: Beth Sipes, Cindy Leahy. Pete the Panther Julie DeBoo and Alternate Amy McKausky ? 'Pi ' Sophomore cheerleaders await the playing of the school song. Pete lhfi Panther HFOUSCS Spirit before T116 game- Sophomore Cheerleaders KNEELING: ,lan Zimmerman, Chris Tschop, Lynn Jack. STANDING: Gail Katrana, Debbie Simmons, Judy Theu- nick. Freshman Black Cheerleaders KNEELING: Debby Jack, Sandy Gremonprez. STANDING: Phyllis Ru- by, Karen McKenzie, Cindy Anderson. Freshman Orange Cheerleaders Becky Wright, Mary Ann Clauw, Cyn- di Hasselbusch, Vicki Esposito, Barb McIntosh. um X "A time to learn and a time to use what is learnedf, y-.....,, , Q--., wwf - 4 fwvsfsgga- 'f - UIQQYQ ' Hn' Awiill' H A-fm -a 'X in '- me ' I , 4 6 M A..,. . , U -F W, .3.V.,,.fm,1q,w Q wb ..,.,,, ,Q in Y '-fm-..4.,,,,,E,N' 'Q is V K 1 N,i....,,.,,,im bf, A Q Q 3 . wg--...,,,7N-1 Hg ff- -Q--......:,,n ' ' ' Q-...,,,.,-M 41, . -... : M? .. . 1 V. Vi 2m,w:g.,,g akin-ff-..,,,,,5L 'f1:fg3,..At,,,A I 4 ,WE i'? i s 5 FRONT ROW: Theresa Cirt, Sherry Nourse, ,loanne Saelens, Marilyn Powell, Sandy Reliford, Diane Nelson. BACK ROW: Bev Bushong, Julie Coopman, Sharon Frye, Lynn Engstrom, Vicki Jones. ROW 2: Linda Thomas, Linda Marty Coram, Sherry Kiely, Mary Ann Stone, Bridget Ryan, Nanci DeGrande. McMullen, Christine DeCapp, Paula Kester, Nancy Schultz, Peggy Hutchins, Business Club ids in ffice Worli The basic goal of the Business Club was to socially ac- quaint its members with other students who were interested in entering the same occupational fields. This included any- one from those interested in becoming bookkeepers to those interested in becoming secretaries. The club began its year with the election of officers. Those elected were Paula Kester, President, Lynn Engstrom, Vice- Presidentg Theresa Girt, Secretary, and Sharon Frye, Trea- Club officers are Paula Kester, President, Theresa Grit, Secretaryg Sharon Frye, Treasurer. surer. Under the guidance of Miss Eleanor Allen, the club met to discuss business careers and occupations. One of their most important functions was the promotion of an awards program which gave recognition to those who were outstand- ing in specific business fields. Other activities included listening to guest speakers and having a pizza party and a picnic later in the year. Diane Nelson teaches Marty Coram the procedures of operating an IBM Keypunch machine. 3, is if 53 . 2 Y-iff' FRONT ROW: Carlos Perez, Russell Jennings, Rodney Anderson, Rich Stepp, Rick Feaster, Henry Nache. BACK ROW: Al Stahl, Bill Penrod, Geoff John Reid, Steve Gelande, Bill Skiles, Dean Mohr, Larry Straight. ROW 2: Ohland, John Conklin, Myles Marsh, Bob Hawkins, Bob Vermeire, Darrell Chuck Gray, Don Talbot, Jerry Massa, Rick Norin, Mike Crotty, Rick Davis, Turner, Lester Hoste. Tri-Mic Joins Vocational Industrial Club Tri-Mic Club is a school organization designed to promote better citizenship among the boys in the vocational classes of United Township High School. It has been active for twenty-five years. Its purposes are to promote a better spirit of craftsmanship, provide a better understanding in voca- tional fields, aid students in intelligent choices of occupa- tions, improve scholarship, and promote safety in work habits. The club was sponsored by Mr. John Cavanaugh and held many activities during the year, among which was the sale of pencils and stationary. In the spring the club went on several field trips. The club also held a Christmas party in St. Anne's gym. Each year the state organization holds a convention which is attended by the sponsor, officers, and as many members as possible. This year the Tri-Mic Clubs of America was a newly formed state and national organiza- tion. 5 R Tri Mic Club officers are Steve Gelande, Secretary: John Reid, presidentg Bob Hawkins, Vice Presidentg Rodney Anderson, Treasurer. FRONT ROW: Ken McKitrick, Marilyn Kinney, Donna Ferguson, Dora Sullivan, Celeste DeRoin, Vicki Griffin, Cindy VanOtegham, Dave Myers. BACK ROW: Ken Stottler, Tom Miller, Howard Crampton, Elden White, D.O This year the Diversified Occupations Club was a new program for UTHS. The club was closely connected with the Distributive Education program. As a first year club they joined the state and national association, Vocational Industrial Club of America. The highlight of the year was the D.O. dinner held in April and attended by the students, their parents, and the administrative staff. Clyde Harris, Larry Compton, Wayne Mosher, Duane McQueery, Ron Doose, Martin Stearns. and DE. Students Form Distributive Education is a work experience program in retailing. This year the club went on several field trips and heard guest speakers. They attended the state conference inhwhich they were tested in sales demonstrations, public speaking, advertising layouts, and heard speeches by lead- ing retailers. 'EERIZVE E QIZZIEPFZUGQRS JST' Pa an no -N , , , , D. O. Club officers are Clyde Harris, Presidentg Larry Compton, Vice President: Wayne Mosher, Recorderg SEATED: Dora Sullivan, Secretaryg Rita Ruby, Treasurer. K E 1 , f Rss xr me I 9 u .if I ' ' lff1t'K?fi'9' rv J' FRONT ROW: Bonnie Henyan, Cindy Fillmer, Diana Entwistle, Verna Miller, Pat Mohr. BACK ROW: Dennis McGinnis, Gus Hooker, Tom Bert, Bennie crrrrrr, Arthur Rogers, Sponsor, Mr. Krllarrr. Ctive Vocational Clubs u,ix vw- '-' DIG EA R l r r'fi':i j A i'r l if One of the many jobs that D. O. finds for its students is meat cutting, which is performed by Dave Myers. it . .J 5 ,gt In classroom practice Mike Foutch applies the fundamentals of good sales- manship as he completes a sale to Art Rogers. 191 FRONT ROW: Kathy Downs, Linda DeLaRosa, Alicia DeLaRosa, Arcely Manrrique, Loretta Van Bunnen, Carol Smith, Marie Spinello, Paula West. ROW 2: Jim Henry, Jeannie Phillips, Mary Vande Ceest, Carolyn Anderson, Josephine Cavazos, Maureen Roth, Beth Lambrick, Kathy Halli- gan. ROW 3: Bruce Harding, Leota Causey, Barb Hemphil, Kathy Frye, Signe Hakeman, Jolene Johnson, Pam Willemarck, Kay Littlewood, Susan Call, Loreen LaFountain. ROW 4: Mark Fox, Larry Best, Art Davis, Dan Dillon, Barb Rohr, Carolyn Johnson, Marian Pitts, Marlene Severtsgaard, Barb Lannan, Louis Schultz. BACK ROW: Bob Ahlgren, Jack Lee, Jeff Turner, Jim Evans, Tom Caldwell, Michael Keay, Keene Hart, George Milburn, Bob Argenbright, Charlie Brown. rt Club Creates urals for Library indows On April 22, the Art Club rented a bus and journeyed to Chicago to tour the Chicago Art Institute. The trip was financed by fund raising projects and by the money left in the treasury from the previous year. During the Christ- mas season the club created in the main lobby symbolic windows consisting of a nativity scene, a choir scene, the bells of Christmas, and Santa Claus scene. In February the Art Club officers are Carolyn Johnson, Secretary: Barb Lannon, Treasurer, Jack Lee, President. 192 Art Club created educational murals on the library Win- dows. The murals reduced the glare of snow and added to the library's educational appearance. Throughout the year the Art Club created pledge boards for important athletic events. The boards were signed by the students and en- couraged school spirit. tr Md HF 59,5 s - rf v is ,5 . ,X f . .... , If rat , Q Oi Q fi su... The artistic talents of Phyllis DePaola and Bob Argenbright along with the signatures of enthusiastic students are shown on the Panther Pledge Board. GERMAN CLUB, FRONT ROW: Nancy Mueller, Carol Cass, Darlene Jones, Gary Hart. BACK ROWY: Mike Kraus. Gene Clark. Richard Stodd. Stegenga. Sherry Fieser, Kathy Mueller. Carolyn Johnson, Jan Decker, Craig Hignight, Tom Stewart, Steve Thorpe, Mike Rohweder. Jim Powell. Martha Hall, Judi Thornton. ROW' 2: Jim Hicks, Bill Laird. Ken Stot- meister, Ron Fullerlove, Jay Vande Voorde, Don Buss, Demos Mekus, Dave John Polka. George Criswell, Bill Scogland, Rick Sommer. Mickey Simms. Language Clubs Make Use of Class Study The main goal of the German and Spanish Clubs was to create a further interest in the language courses offered at United Township High School. The background and cus- toms of the Spanish and German nationalities were the clubs' main interests, and each club gained a better under- standing of language arts. One of the highlights of Spanish Club year was the annual Christmas Party, complete with pinatas, and Mexican food. In classroom discussion, Ger- man Club students learned about the background of Ger- many. Through the travel experiences related by the club sponsor, Miss Jan Zacba, they were also able to know about the modern Germany of today. Both of the clubs were aided by the use of films and audio-linguo equipment. ' 1 Vg Y t ,Z '1 SPANISH CLUB, FRONT ROW: Vivvia Simmons, Maria Estela Sierra, F6I'g11SOI1, .Jan Rvtz, Alleila Gllllell, Lynn Erickson. WLCJHHIIP Hi1ddiCk, Aracely Manrrique, Maria Alejo, Teresa Sierra, Laura Lopez, Karen Belman. Teresa Hough. P051 Ffemant M317 Taylor. BACK ROW: Dean IXPTSDBW. ROW 2: Ginny Colby, Jolene Johnson, Linda Szcco, Teresa Reyna, Angie Ken Draper, Bill Lopez, Art Hahn, Jerry Katrana, Louie Sandoval, Mike Seals, Elena Terronez, Sandy Busenbark, Linda Ewald. ROW 3: Barbara Terronez. FRONT ROW: Sylvia Mclntosh. Judy Lyon. Sue Thoman. Sue Bourque. Mary DeW'aele, Georgia Mekus. Kay Beachboard. Janice Rigsby, Maria Sierra. ROW 2: Lonnye Loding. Kathy Harrington. Cindy DeYrieze. Charlotte Bren- nan. Sue Bergstrand. Teresa Hough. Donna Swank. Julie Stewardson. Sue Busenbark. Denise Harris. ROW 3: Greg Burke. Mike Terronez. Leone Smith. Julie Coopman. Judy Wortz.. Val Elbow. Dru Courtney. Mary Taylor. Janet Dubuisson. Chuck Loading. Chuck Olds. ROW' 4: Jim Hicks. Ronald Miller. Bill Marshall. Frank Kopel. Ken Draper, Daryl Strathdee, Ken Stot- meister, Jim Roberts. Rick Sommer, David Beard. BACK ROW: David H. Carter. William Scogland, Tim Stewart, Dave Elbow, John YandeYen, Donald Buss. Dave Jones. Pete Darby. Scientific Minded Students I 1 w t Jim Roberts and Rick Sommer experiment with producing electricity. Bio-Chem-ics South Campus officers are Bill Scogland, Vice President: Ron Miller, President: Sue Bourque, Secretary: Sue Busenbark. Treasurer. Science represents an important part in the industry of America. The Bio-Chem-Ics club encourages the scientific minded students of United Township High School and is composed of students from both the North and South cam- puses. The name Bio-Chem-Ics represents the first three basic sciences taught at United Township-Biology, Chem- istry, and Physics. Different speakers highlighted the meetings and heavy January snows prompted a tobogganing party for the North Campus group. Officers heading the South Campus club were Ron Miller, Presidentg Bill Scogland, Vice-Presidentg Sue Bourque, Sec- retaryg Sue Busenbark, Treasurerg and at the North Campus were Sally Hull, Vice-Presidentg Andrea Williams, Secre- taryg and Donna Licko, Treasurer. FRONT ROYY: Barbara Wlolfe, Donna Licko, Linda Pauesic, Patricia Cur- Kester, Mabel Ivey, Sally Hull, Bill Frye, Gail Katrana, Joann Kleinschmidt, lott, Marilyn Kehoe, Anne Smet. BACK ROW: Mike Meersman, Charlie Andrea Williams, Steve Huff, Patrick Stout. Challenged b Bio-Chem-les Club OVW Bio-Chem-lcs North Campus officers are Andrea Wlilliams, Secretaryg Donna Licks, Treasurer: Sally Hall, President. Dave Carter explains the method of producing sound with a laser beam FRONT ROW: Carmen Cervantes, Isabelle Johnson, Mary VandeCeest, QFOVC- BACK ROW! Brenda Minofs POHY Coggillsn MHFY TaYl01', AHCC Ka! Charlene Chapman, Kathy Downs, Penny Cruzen. ROW 2: Magda Lakner, KHUIY MUCHCY, Delcina Griffith, .lHHiCC SWHZCF- Ruth Martel. Leanne Bender, Pam Sanders, Carol Mathis, Karen Sparrow- Future Homemakers lnitiates Dues play an important part toward financing the group's activities. Penny Cruzen, Karen Engstrom collect F.H.A. dues from Kath Mueler. J f i ,umm Learning the proper way to hold and use electric appliances are Gay Roth and Chris Baker. FRONT ROW: Karen Lynn, Kathy Bell, Marilyn Hildebran, Retha Baggs, Veryzer, Lynda Versluys, Amy Waltman, Diane Maertens, Gay Roth, Dorothy Marcia Lee, Debbie Heyninck, Jacki Huggins, Marlow Laoud. ROW 2: Mary Lane, Cindy Wilder, Gerry Witte, Sheila Ryhand, Cindy Dahlstrom, Kay Hines, Debbie Kuehnel, Chris Baker, Pat Tank, Laura Vande Geest, Wanda Sharpe. Hart, Kathy DeCook, Connie Needham, Roxann Griffin. BACK ROW: Lucia New ortb Campus Members The Future Homemakers of America Club provided ex- periences that helped its members to grow individually. Such experiences included helping to plan the chapter's work, presiding at meetings, serving as hostesses, taking parts in skits, and making decorations for banquets. Through these experiences the members developed poise and self-confi- dence. During the previous summer the club elected to send Kathy Mueller to the F.H.A. state convention at Normal. At a picnic in September, new members were welcomed into the club, and initiation was held in February. The club was very active during the year. The members held a hayrack ride, saw films, and heard guest speakers, one of whom was Marie Lundgren, A.F.S. student. Also, this year Future Homemakers supported an orphan in Oklahoma. In April, to terminate a successful year, a sectional rally which was at- tended by over 500 students was held at UTHS for area homemakers. F.H.A. officers are fkneelingl Ruth Martel, lst Vice President, Penny Cruzen, President: fstandingl Karen Engstrom, Treasurerg Mary Taylor, I Public relations, Kathy Mueller, Secretaryg Alice Kay, Historiang Sharon , Massa, Membershipg Leanne Bender, 2nd Vice President. T FRONT ROW: Sylvia Mclntosh, Sandy Busenbark, Carolyn Anderson, Joyce Kuhn, Denise Harris, Linda Layman, Georgia Mihalopoulos, Kathy Vuckis. BACK ROW: Keith Asmus, Fran Vretis, Teresa Hough, Janet Dubuisson, Therese VanAuwelaer, Aneita Gullett, Valene Koker, Sue Busen- bark, David Beard. Future Teachers Visit Western niversity l One of the highlights of the Future Teachers of America Club this year was the Blackhawk District Meeting in January. While the teachers of the Blackhawk division met in the cafeteria, the Future Teachers met in the auditorium and listened to the Foreign Exchange Students of the area talk on school in their countries. The Club was very active this year, holding a bake sale at the bank, attending Blackhawk District meetings, travel- ing to the fall Workshop and the spring convention held in Peoria, Illinois. Held in October, the Club initiation was a Halloween party with a scavenger hunt as entertainment. After the groups returned from the scavenger hunt they were sub- jected to dunking for apples and then taking the F.T.A. pledge. Officers were Sylvia McIntosh, President, Joyce Kuhn, Vice-President, Dave Beard, Treasurer, and Marlene Gould, Secretary. Sponsors were Miss Loryann Eis and Mr. Claude Kramer from the North Campus and Miss Dorothy Calvert and Mrs. Pamela Kramer from the South Campus. FRONT ROW: LiAnne Kitchen, Karen Smith, Donna Licko, Marilyn Kehoe, Kay Togami, Andi Lockhart, Anne Smet, Michelle Polich, Marcia Cath- cant, Susie Jaecques. ROW 2: Andrea Williams, Pam Deem, Pattie Coats, Debbie Jack, Diane Howard, Cindy Sehnert, Joyce Schroeder, Gina Roberts, Julie Blunt, Cindy Hays. ROW 3: Debbie Wiatt, Linda Lora, Vicki Ingra- ham, Marlene Gould, Bev Laleman, Marilyn Cone, Joann Kleinschmidt, Becky Chandes, Joan Bergstrand, Michelle Dhondt, Nancy Causemaker. BACK ROW: Tony Dillon, Jerry Bennett, Patrick Stout, Mike Stone, Joe Hignight, Steve Wise, Noel Newberg, Mabel Ivey, Ethel Miller, Josie Smith, Bertha Dubisson. Q ii FRONT ROW: Carmella Harris, Joyce Fraikes, Maria Estela Sierra, Geral- dine Hudson, Linda Sacco, Linda Jones, Mary Jo Hanshaw, Brookie Cole. ROW 2: Loretta Van Bunnen, Cheryl Donahue, Jeannie Philips, Gwen How- ard, Paula Kester, Geraldine Coney, Pat Paterson, Charlene Waldron. ROW 3: Judith Stark, Easther Glase, Carolyn Paul, Delcina Griffith, Julie Stout, Linda Ewald, Cynthia Wildermuth, Elena Terronez, Angie Seals. LAST ROW: Mary Sierra, Pam Staten, Janet Lacefield, Delores Coston, Rita Giminez. .N.A. Volunteers Services at Area Hospitals The purpose of the Future Nurses of America Club is to interest students in personal and community health, and to encourage them in finding out the requirements and ad- vantages of nursing. This year the Future Nurses Club was very active and had a total of over 35 members. Several guest speakers were entertained and films on nursing and related careers were rented. A field trip to the Lutheran Hospital and School of Nursing was financed by the sale of shakers. A field trip to Iowa City was planned for the spring. As a club project, the girls made and distributed cookies to invalid and shut-ins during the Christmas season. A group of girls from the club volunteered their services as Candy Stripers at the local hospitals every other Saturday. Officers for the Club were Geraldine Coney, President, Joyce Fraikes, Vice-President, Gerry Hudson, Secretary, Mary Sierra, Treasurer, and Maria Sierra, Historian. ii FRONT ROW: Yvonne Shelton, Adrienna Bandy, Kathy Stottler, Judy Sul- lilan, LeAnn Gottwald, Gina Roberts, Jacqueline Searl. ROW 2: Dwan Pilon, Shirley Wiereng, Marlene Gould, Joann Kleinschmidt, Sally Van Beveren, A Q! ijt, Ziff, Karen Kopel, Cindy Gottwalt, Patricia Curlott. BACK ROW: Joyce Byrd, Gail Porter, Vicki Ingraham, Sharon Foster, Joan Allen, Karen Mathes, Karen Kay, Kris Springer, Dianne Emmert. FRONT ROW: Chuck Olds, John Hamerlink, Louis Sandoval, Mike Peters, Greg Prickett, Mark Bollaert. ROW 2: Bob Stenzel, Ron Williams, John VanAusdall, John Mullens, John Perez, Craig Rowlands, Rich Stepp, Mike Rowlands, Ron Hall. BACK ROW: Bill Marshall, Keene Kruckenberg, Jack Brooks, Mike Haliburton, Doug Downing, Steve Verdick, Eddie Williams, Steve Jack, Mark Alrnblade. Key Club Develops School Leadership At the opening of the 1966-67 school year a group of 25 boys received a charter that officially made them members of UTHS's first Key Club. Key Club is a service organiza- tion for boys from the grades 10, ll, and 12. lt operates under school regulation and draws its membership from the stu- dent body, but its sponsorship, aims and programs make it unique. The club is sponsored by the East Moline Kiwanis Club, but is operated entirely by the student members. The Key Club officers are John Mullen, Secretaryg Pete Darby, Treasurer, Mark Bollaert, Vice President, John Hamerlinck, President. purpose of the club is to develop initiative, leadership ability, and good citizenship. These aims are achieved as members accept responsibilities in the administration and activities of the club. Four elected officers and three directors con- duct the business meetings and initiate the activities of the club. Key Club planned a swimming party and a week-end ski trip in addition to their service activities. Craig Rowlands makes a suggestion about the topic being discuss. FRONT ROW: Bonnie McLaughlin, Janice Loy, Linda Layman, Sue Borque, Beth Lambreck, Mary DeWaele, Kathy Vuckis. ROW 2: Joyce Kuhn, Linda Covemaker, Gwen Howard, Georgia Mihalopoulos, Marty Coram, Denise Harris, Sue Bergstrand. ROW 3: Sylvia Mclntosh, Sue Thoman, Cindy De- Vrieze, Jolene Small, Kathy Miller, Mary Ryan, Ruth Stevens, Bridget Ryan, Nancy DeGrande, Kay Beachboard. ROW 4: Tim Tressel, Ken Stotmeister, Sue F redrickson, Roseanna Knowles, Judy Wortz, Cindy Lahy, Sharon Du- molien, Carolyn Johnson, Chuck Comito, Gary Compagna. BACK ROW: Ron Badtke, Bob Lewis, Keene Kruckenberg, Mark Almblade, Keith Asmus, Lewis Sandoval. Library Club ls Service Organization During the 1966-67 school year, approximately eighty-five busy young people could be seen shelving books, passing attendance lists, working at the desk, and helping other stu- dents in the North and South Campus libraries. These stu- dents were members of the UTHS Library Club, one of the school's most important service organizations. As library assistants, these students helped the librarians conduct the FRONT ROW: Jackie Korthals, Yvonne Timbrook, Linda Farmer, Donna Licko, Kathy Schmidt, Nancy Lineback, Karen Lynn. ROW 2: Lynn Cus- tafson, Debbie Wiatt, Mary Wildermuth, Linda Zora, Kathy Dolleslager, library as an efficient, serviceable aid to the student body and faculty. Each assistant gave up two or three study halls each week to help keep the library facilities in order and in- struct others in library use. The reward for their work was the satisfaction in being of service to their school and the knowledge of library operations and procedures gained through their experiences as assistants. 'Vw 8 if if? Vicki Ingraham, Noel Newberg, Mabel Ivey, Pat Tompkins. BACK ROW: Alice Miller, Karen Longueville, Nancy Wray, Rick Ramirez, Jim Machu, Mike Clark, Patrick Stout, Diane Maertens, Bernetta DeMay, Diana Saltzman. X 201 ' Lettermen's Club officers are Steve lack, Vice Presidentg Mike Rowlands, Secretaryg Dan Zora, Treasurerg Skip Jones, President. Lettermeifs lub Leads School Admiring the new varsity letter are Mark Bollaert and John Lewis. Ed Williams and Rich Stepp pay their fines for failure to comply with Let- termen's Club rules. -OVW .!' iw FRONT ROW: Sponsor, Mr. Kivisto, Greg Prickett, Dave Shave, Rodney Anderson, John Hamerlinck, Mark Bollaert, Jerry Propps, Al Felkner, Rick Davis, Bryan Heinze, Henry Nache, John Reid. ROW 2: Don Vickers, Steve Gelande, LaVern Madison, Mike Rowlands, Don Talbot, Mike Kraus, Ron Williams, Bob Stenzel, Eddie Williams, Todd Schave, Larry Ybarra, Tyrone iii? rr Patterson. ROW 3: Steve Jack, Frank Kopel, Dave March, Greg Chrickris, Dan Zora, Larry Knox, John Woner, Steve Bond, As Schmidt, Jim Wester- velt, Skip Jones, Al Anderson. BACK ROW: Rich Stepp, Bob Lewis, Clyde Harris, Bob Kivisto, Larry Hobbs, Mike Haliburton, A1 Cook, Tom Caldwell, Mike Crotty, Ed Knight, John Lewis, Angie Rangel. in Fund Raising Activities Lettermenis Club is composed of boys, each having a varsity letter in a sport. The objective of the club was sup- porting the athletic teams by making contributions of equip- ment and service. This year the Lettermen's Club's main un- dertaking was the purchase of athletic team sports coats. The new, plain black coats with orange and black athletic emblems, were worn by all athletic teams to and from their contests. Complimenting the jackets were orange and black striped ties. The coats were financed mainly by profits re- ceived from the KSTT Good Guy basketball game. The club also adopted new varsity athletic awards this year. These letters were larger than the previous letters by one inch and three dimensional in appearance. The customary six-inch letter became the new Junior Varsity award. Lettermen's Club also awarded college scholarships of three hundred dollars to deserving members. In addition, the Lettermen took care of ushering and program selling at the football and basketball games. They also took charge of the sale of pep pins and the raising ceremonies at football games. The highlight of the Lettermen's year was the annual Lettermen-Faculty basketball game. Fifteen senior members of the club, after weeks of practice, went on the floor Feb- ruary 20 to compete against their teachers and coaches in a spirited athletic contest. Attired in the athletic blazers purchased by the Lettermen's Club Mike Haliburton, and Bob Kivisto await the departure of the team bus. 203 FRONT ROW: Paula Kester, Joy Keefer, Barb Block, Jean Bert, Lisa Adams, Carolyn Anderson, Cathy Anderson, Holly Huskey, Janis Graves, Karen Causemaker, Judy Stark, Ruth Martel, Sandy Bergman. ROW 2: Karla Slonecker, Linda Hess, Judy Lundeen, Nancy Steele, Sue Ainslie, Bonnie Ostrom, Lynn Odendahl, Sylvia Mclntosh, Sue Thoman, Sandy Weinert, Linda Sacco, Maureen Roth, Elena Terronez. ROW 3: Marie Lundgren, Pat Harrington, Betty Fulscher, Laurel Hess, Chris Lockhart, Heather Wood, Joyce Tallent, Kathy Mueller, Joan Mendenhall, Carol Cass, Jan DeDecker, Ruth Stephens, Kathy Miller, Bonnie McLaughlin. ROW 4: Pat Knobloch, Sue Weaver, Jane Kellums, Dru Courtney, Marijane Almblade, Sue Busen- bark, Denise Harris, Marty Coram, Lois DeVos, Linda Gremonprez, Nancy Sacco, Jana Rotz, Necia Scott, Patsy Montieth. ROW 5: Karen Dunne, Peg Freeman, Arlis Hasselbusch, Kathy Dobriener, Sue Boorn, Sandy Sim- mons, Linda Larson, Linda McDaniel, Aneita Gullett, Linda McMullen, June Zimmerman, Diane Dale, Marilyn Powell, Linda Jones. BACK ROW: Darlene Stengenga, Diane Amato, Debbie Amato, Cindy Turner, Joanne Saelens, Karen Slonecker, Lynn Engstrom, Geraldine Hudson. .A.A. Sponsors Freshman r June Zimmerman displays her bowl- Mindy Taylor and Maria Sierra spot while Judene Aspelmeier executes SEATED: Retiring Secretary Linda ing ability in senior G.A.A. a shoulder stand on the parallel bars. Gremonprez, retiring Vice-President Get-Acquainted Picnic Bonnie Ostrom. STANDING: Incoming Secretary Bev Archibald, retiring President Drusilla Courtney, incoming President Cindy Leahy, incoming Vice-President Mardeen Stewart. Cy Hart presents trophies to sopho- more bowling tournament winners, Re- nee Delaegher, Karen Kopel, Debbie Bobb, and Sue Long. Through varied activities, the Girls' Athletic Association this year encouraged sportsmanship among participants. Some of the activities, offered to the girls were bowling, basketball, volleyball, and net games. During the volleyball unit, winners from the North Campus, and winners from the South Campus, took part in an all school tournament. The senior squad was victorious. To introduce G.A.A. to freshman girls, a get-acquainted picnic was held in the fall. The picnic was held at Butter- worth park where Board members roasted hot dogs for those in attendance. After the meal the girls participated in a variety of games. This year the North Campus hosted the Initiation-Installa- tion Tea. At the Tea the new members were initiated, awards were presented, and new officers and Board members were installed. At this time the G.A.A. Board was increased from three to five representatives per class. Each year G.A.A. spends some of its money earned in selling candy for equipment to be used inl the P.E. classes. The purchases of two dozen scooters for the P.E. classes and a typewriter for each P.E. office was authorized. During the summer of 1966, Therese Vyncke and Linda Gremonprez attended Northern Illinois G.A.A. Camp on Lake Geneva, Wisconsin. These girls were chosen because of high points and leadership ability. 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So, let me build it with such care, such tools, such wisdom, And with such a rugged firmness, That all the fiercest thrusts Of host or elements Cannot destroy it. Aye, I've a future I must build . . Let me rise, then, to the task! -Bernard I. Patrick JOHN DEERE Moline HMVNOIS HIGHLAND MOTORS VOLKSWAGEN SALES AND SERVICE 42 AVENUE 81 I. F. KENNEDY DRIVE PHONE 755 0638 CONGRATULATIONS SENIORS Admiring: the new class rings are Sue Ainslie and Jim Roberts. SABLEIS JEWELRY STORE 908-I5 Avenue East Moline THE DIFFERENCE WALKER INSURANCE SERVICE 910-16 Avenue East Moline, Ill Phone 755 4587 ',.---..,, N A ,I I: I .... -..isn- l,,f l E ..-msg vf' gi , E I f . i z s S755 5' ' ' W .. " f S 5 s Q- 2, ' 'fr 'T 2 viz: Q , 5 :I I El li I ' M51 '2Ww....---Q-- Wilwws ' -vw A 'vm MW-X-aka-nv-3, M5L.,.LLZ.LL.v..,.,,.L'n" '1...JSM.,f.l! I I f1l1,..,.........r,.w"i0 I r""'54'Q'4"'1. ON SAVINGS CORNER EAST MOLINE, ILLINOIS STATE BANK OF EAST IVIOLINE QUINT CITIES LARGEST AND FINEST SPORTING GOODS STORE MEMBER or F.D.I.C. I CONGRATULATES 1524 Sixth Avenue Moline, CLASS or 1967 mms Bookstore sponsors and assistants are Craig Taylor, Leon Carr, Jane Mueller, Mr. Damhorst, Bruce Chadwick, Craig Hignight, and Mr. Kellum. U.T.H.S. BOOKSTORE THE 1967 GRADUATES Lfaufrcnca fud 21 "YOUR SENIOR PORTRAIT PHOTOGRAPHERM 922-15 Avenue East Moline 111111015 THE UNITED TOWNSHIP BOARD OF EDUCATION CONGRATULATES THE CLASS OF 767 CARL SUMMERS, PRESIDENT GEORGE OSTROM GLENN WILSON LILLIAN ROWLANDS WILLIAM MAZE ALVEN DOBEREINER JACK MULLEN Th Spect of hot fudge sundaes from Dan's brings smiles to the Frank Perez and Karen Dunne get a taste of Latin American f d f I G L d d S S h f d h ene au an teve apato. t ey sample tacos rom A olp 's. DAN,S DAIRY ADOLPH'S TACO KREAM HOUSE F 317-24 Street Rock Island 702-17 Avenue East Moline 1231 Fifth Avenue Moline East Moline 754 - 15th Ave. Moline 4212 - 23rd Ave. Silvis 1122 - lst Ave. TRI-CITY F000 CENTERS The Moline-East Moline and Silvis Area and Now Giving S8.H Green Stamps HIGHLAND PARK BOWL 4204 TWENTY-TI-IIBD AVENUE IVIOLINE, ILLINOIS Twin-24,5 48 Lanes Sava's Lower Level Long Branch Room Stage Shop Pro Shop Junior Bowling Pool Tables for Banquets and for Balls, Bags 3 for 31.00 Everyday ,til 6 Private Parties Fine Food Shoes, Etc. Everyday SAM GNATOVICH-YOUR HOST AND A FORMER PANTHER The display lot exhibits many of the models available at Rcynold Motor Company. REYNOLD'S MOTOR COMPANY HOME OF "GOLD CARPET SERVICEM EAST MOLINE, ILLINOIS WRIGHTIS PHOTO SUPPLIES Finest Foto Finishing - Fast 1605 S d A R kI I d III Ph 788 3419 Ron Hall dcspairs at the bowling form of his partner Marijane Almblad REGAL LANES Fon THE FINEST IN BOWLING for her. . . o iqi-rl l .1 ...- ' I 4 - 3 - X l 1 - -1 -1 l1 1- The Loff, creafed because if's fun fo be young! Peiersen Suuings und lnun llssnriutinn "Cornerstone for the Building of Your Future" CONCRATULATES THE CLASS OF 1967 e ,ooo 'F 51" I 4 J-Z' 'L 44? yflat 5 l93,irv.ona 5 fini? 0, Fifteenth Aven t S th Str t EAST MOLINE, ILLINOIS 61244 LETTERMENIS CLUB ERNIE KIVISTO - SPONSOR "No Man Ever Stands So Tall as When He Stoops To Help a Boyv NEWSFOTO PUBLISHING COMPANY SAN ANGELO TEXAS Y Y book Pulilil ROBERT E. MULLINS IR. 6 CO. REPRESENTATIVE RO B l45 B1 t Newsfoto representatives-Bill Mullins, Betty Mullins, Robert E M ll Sr., and Robert E. Mullins Jr. 2 The newl located and modern d B y k of Silvis promotes easier and more efficient banking. BANK OF SILVIS CONGRATULATES THE CLASS OF '67 HOUSE OE RECORDS 844 15 A East Mol C CrisweH's dark, curly locks fall under Chuck pert 5. 9 Your Favorite Records- CHUCK S S O K TT T P 30 BARBER SHOP coUNTRY WESTERN 3537-13 Street EZIST Moline RHYTHM BLUES 755-8575 CONGRATULATIONS TO THE CLASS OF 1967 WILSON 'S TVand APPLIANCES MOLINE CONSUMERS 3615-23 AVENUE MOLINE 313-16 street Moline ILLINOIS Compliments of A. D. HUESINC CORPORATION Dave Beard is fitted with a pair of shoes from NorIin's. NORLIN'S BOTTLERS OF: PEPSI-Com-TEEM SHOE STORE MOUNTAIN DEW 31 755-4351 KIST FLAVORS . 830-I5 Avenue East Moline ---n-..........,.....,,!. ,, 5 M' " 'PPV' " I f p t tfw, "Y QT? , I Sandy Busenbark and Art Halln admire a '67 Camero from Warren Sales. Lounging on quality IllCI'K'lll1l'lLllSl5 from People'S are Kathy Mueller and Marv Sutton. WARREN SALES CO. PEOPLES FURNITURE 755-3421 n 1533 Seventh Avenue Moline 734015 Avenue EHStM011HC Instant Credit Free Delivery MOSENEELDERS THE STYLE HEADQUARTERS FOR THE TRI- CITIES OPEN MON. 12:00 TO 8:30 TUES. THRU FRI 10:00 TO 8:30 SATURDAY 9:30 TO 5:30 KING PLAZA With the help of Bonnie Ostrom, Dave Elbow Selects a sport coat from Mosenfeldefs wide Svlvrtion. VAN DEN BERCI-IE SL INSURANCE I" ACENCY E' THE I DIFFERENCE 4 OF MOLINE Marcel Kemkhove-Agent COMPLETE BANKING SERVICE 638-I5 Avenue 3535-23 Avenue East Moline, Illinois Moline, Illinois Phone 755-5513 Phone 762-0757 .v- 1 ii F A li ! I A " " A 1 I Tk I n l 'EE f A""E'E"O 1, Il gl 5 u in N 'j 'i i ' l"5-sfitfi Congratulations, Class of 1967! The more than 900 employees of AIVIETEK, Inc. compliment your splendid achievement. You will become the leaders of tomorrow and we have watched with great pride as you developed into our outstanding young citizens of today. Best of luck in your new careers. Hvldgrdfulafivu i:252?5:12E:s5iE2:Z:iEsEi:5m' I- Ei::2E:a5f:i5252?EQq. V l ' 'I TT: ,,,, L, 7 z:s:z:z:s:2:s:s:s:s:s:s:z:a:s 5:5:11f111f212121222:a:s:2:s:s:s:f:s:s:s:s:2jX f ii eEEE e tiie O- e U Graduation from High School represents the attainment of an important goal. But it is only the beginning. ' Where you go from there, how much you accomplish, depend for the most part upon careful planning, hard work, and a continuing effort to improve. At Iowa-Illinois the same principle applies. We continually plan and work to improve our facilities-to keep ahead of increasing customer requirements. "Service to Our Customers is Our Prime Objective." We expect to continue to accomplish this objective. BEST OF LUCK IN THE YEARS AHEAD! yours for better living N 9 IowA- ILLINOIS Cas and Electric Company Mr. Robert Styles H IICW C0iffur6 fOr L0iS DeV0s. John Lewis and Nancy Sacco are awed by the Wide selection of sweaters at Coberfs. HOUSE OF ROBERT BOB COBERT M N93 WE E 755-6233 3337-13 Street East Moline 597-42 Avenue East Moline JOHNSOTNVS SHEET METAL INCORPCRATED CONCRATULATES THE CLASS UF 1967 9 4-25-55 Street Moline BEST OF LUCK to the 1967 Graduating Seniors ROCK ISLAND Where Quali Has Built COHHSZHCC DENTAL SOCIETY 1 L -A CONGRATULATIONS, CLASS OF '67 H 34, H W' " ,ws " rt.. I are-' 4, 5 -..,,.. In 1' . 1 A .P "H M 1, wwf' N I H 6 is nf I .dn N54 ar W1 International Harvesteris more than 3,500 East Moline Works employes join the community in of- fering congratulations to the U.T.H.S. Class of IQ67 on this achievement. Your high school diploma is one of the first im- portant keys you will need to open the challenging doors which lie ahead of you. We wish you the hest of luck and urge you to continue your education or training so that you will he ahle to match strides with the fast-paced world of tomorrow. INTERNATIONAL HARVESTER CO. East Moline Works l I ii: C3151 An Equal Opportunity Employer ,5i'?1' A N I qi' 5 ' '4 071 .. l i 3 "tiff .1 , -L Q ,, ' - - 14' 'z' 4 Y. gr Z,- E h H K xx 5, . .4 It 5 'x ,, - ' ': 3 sql , .r D U der the supervision of instructor Carol Schryver, former UTHS students da Watters and lean Rusk learn new skills. STERLING COSIVIETOLOGY SCHOOL CONGRATULATIONS TO THE CLASS OF 1967 FROM THE KEY! United Township High School, East Moline, Illinois 'GYOUR KEY TO THE NEWSM Congratulations! Class of '67 The Eagle Signal Division of E. W. Bliss Company is pleased to have this opportunity to offer its Best Wishes for your Continued Success . . . and to assure your continued success, we invite you to investigate employ ment opportunities and additional educational opportunities offered by Eagle AN EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER MANUFACTURERS OF DIVERSIFIED PRODUCTS FOR A WORLD MARKET ,4 g Vp g The most complete 451 W ik 9 tr oy ? ,Ty line of Traffic Signals ! MQ if T if :i i H S I and Traffic Control S stems. ' y I ,E , if . ,, Rig V sl, A complete line of a , Ball Valves and ggi ' y Pipe Unions. itis f WorId's largest N -- i-ily, ,:Y,g'3igf7,5 ' 1 if ' manufacturer of rf- '.,- "' ' ..,,r -, ' . a !5!llLL ' is's "t, Time-Count Controls. f ,, ,R fk -'f-,'r'z","'?ifiE"t gf V '-22.1 1-. 't 1 D ' A ' ' A-, Q . 5 L, so i s is ,,r, L Tilfwf . 7 , P reci s n ti m i ng eq u i pme nt A ' Vrst j . irr' T ,'rt L for Military and Aerospace A complete line of General Purpose and Medium Power Relays A DIVISDON Of THE I W ILISS COMPANY 736 FEDERAL STREET X DAVENPORT, IOWA 52803 proiects APPAREL The Fashion Rock Island - Moline Davenport BARBER SHOPS Gibb7s Barber Shop 15 Avenue East Moline Munos Barber Shop 836 16 Avenue East Moline BEAUTY SHOP Kopel's Korner 2058 Third Avenue East Moline CLEANERS Gardner Drive-In Cleaners 817 15 Avenue East Moline VanderBeke Cleaners 1152 15 Avenue East Moline DRUG STORES Agnew Drug Stores Seventh Street 81 16 Avenue East Moline Cosgrave Pharmacy Inc. 908 First Avenue Silvis Schlegel Drug Stores 712 15 Avenue East Moline FOOD Chicken Delight Moline Phone 762-3551 Pizza Castle 18 Avenue 81 Tenth Street East Moline Spot To Eat 1620 Seventh Street East Moline PATRONS FLOOR COVERING Corey Sz Root Floor Covering 1818 18 Avenue East Moline FLORIST Palmeris Florist 238 17 Avenue East Moline FUNERAL HOME Wendt Brothers Funeral Home 609 15 Avenue East Moline FURNITURE Almquist Bros. Furniture 81 Appliance 804 16 Avenue East Moline GROCERY STORE Harold,s Market 1164 13 Avenue East Moline ICE CREAM Baskin - Robbins 4201 23 Avenue Moline INSURANCE McGehee Agency 820 First Avenue Silvis .IEWELERS Tatman Jewelry 916 First Avenue Silvis VandeVoorde's Jewelry 1511 Seventh Street East Moline LUMBER COMPANY Silvis Cash Lumber Co. 1301 First Avenue Silvis PERSONAL Mr. James C. Sandilos Superintendent United Township High School PHOTOGRAPHER Warner-Medlin 202 Reliance Building 1518 Fifth Avenue Moline PRINTER East Moline Herald 822 15 Avenue East Moline SERVICE STATIONS Bordner Shell Service 706 16 Avenue East Moline Compliments of Glen Wilson 655 17 Avenue East Moline SPORTS EQUIPMENT Sportsland Inc. HYour Store for Sport" Moline Sz East Moline UPHOLSTERING Copeland Upholstery Shop 816 First Avenue Silvis UTILITIES Corey Electric Contractors 915 First Avenue Silvis Roman Heating Seventh Avenue 81 Colona Avenue East Moline VARIETY STORES Ben Franklin 818 15 Avenue East Moline Ben Franklin 1026 First Avenue Silvis Birley's Variety Store 834 15 Avenue East Moline Acknowledgments The 1967 Skyline is a combination of efforts. Without the assistance of others not on the staff, this book could not have been created. And so it is with sincere gratitude for their patience and willingness to help that the staff of the 1967 Skyline wishes to acknowledge the following: Skyline Advisor, Mr. Robert Eckermann, the Administration, the Faculty, Mr. Robert Mullins of Newsfoto Publishing Com- pany, lVIr. Robert Lawrence and Mr. Chuck Davis of Lawrence Studio, Wright's Studio, the Moline Daily Dispatch, and the Times Democrat. The 1967 Skyline Staff Kathy Harrington Ginny Colby Arlis Hasselbusch Karen Kerckhove Patsy Montieth Drusilla Courtney Sue Busenbark Steve J ack Mark Almblade Marijane Almblade Paula Kester Linda Larson North Campus Staff Karen Smith Cherie Montieth Pat Edmunds Lynn J ack Editor-in-Chief Associate Editor Senior Editor Junior Editor Underclass Editor Faculty Editor Activities Editor Sports Co-Editor Sports Co-Editor Clubs Editor Index Editor Typist Business Staff Linda Cremonprez Linda Sacco Ed Williams Karen Dunne FOREWORD Title Page Contents Introduction SENIORS Division Senior Class Leaders Senior Class UNDERCLASS Division Junior Class Sophomore Class Freshman Class FACULTY and ACADEMICS Division Board of Education Administration Academics Teachers Office Personnel ACTIVITIES Division National Honor Society Homecoming Foreign Exchange Student Freshman-Sophomore Play Fall Play Contest Play Thespians Forensics Student Council Key Panther Parade Skyline Music Department rganizational Index 1-7 1 3 4-7 8-61 8-9 10-1 1 14-61 62-99 62-63 64-75 76-87 88-99 100-123 100-101 102 103 104-114 114-122 123 124-155 124-125 126-127 128-129 130-131 134 132-133 135 136-137 138-139 140-141 142-143 144-145 146-147 148-155 SPORTS Division Football Cross Country Basketball Wrestling Tennis Intramurals Golf Rifle Team Cheerleaders CLUBS Division Business Tri-Mic Future Distributers Distributive Occupations Art I German Spanish Bio-Chem-Ics Future Homemakers Future Teachers Future Nurses Key Library Lettermen G. A. A. ADVERTISING Division Patrons ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS ORGANIZATIONAL INDEX GENERAL INDEX CLOSING 156-185 156-157 158-163 164-165 166-171 172-175 176-177 178 179 180-181 182-185 186-205 186-187 188 189 190 191 192 193 193 194-195 196-197 198 199 200 201 202-203 204-205 206-224 206-207 224 225 226 227-236 238 Ahhitt, R oger 90,153 Abel, George 78 Abrams, Mitchell 78 Achilles, Jeffrey 78 Adams Che l 14,151 Adams Adams 1 TY , Jerry 78 Adams, Joel 78,98 , Lisa 14,39,127,137,140,204 Adams, Robert M. 66 Adamson, Dale 66,164 Adamson, Gail 66 Ader, Dianna 78,152 Ahlgren, Robert 66 Ainslie, Gwendolyn 78,154 Ainslie, Sue 14,204,209 Akulow, Antoinette 90,153 Akulow, Haline 114 Akulow, Orest 78,148 Albrecht, Don 78 Aldrich, Kathy 78,154 Alejo, Adolpho 90,153,175 Alejo, Bertha 90,155,180 Alejo, Maria 66,181 Alexander, David 66 Alexander, Diana 78 Alexander, Denise 90 Allee, Charles 109,114,127,163 Index Aune, Linda 90 Austin, Marian 114 Austin, Molly 90 Austin, Russell 90,153,174 Austin, William 15 Axiotis, Georgeanna 90,155 Ayers, Teresa 90 Badtke, Ronald 66,201 Baggs, Larry 66 Baggs, Retha 90,153,197 Bacorn, Reginald 15 Baecke, Martena 90 Bailey, C. L. 122 Baker, Christine Z8,l54,196,197 Baker, Frank 15 Baker, John 66 Baker, Marcia 66,150 Ballard, Sharon 15,150 Bandy, Adrienna 78,199 Barber, Genita 66,150 Barber, James 66 Barber, Paul 78 Bare, Keith 114 Barham, James 15 Bartlett, Patty 90,155 Bartlett, William 90 Bert, Jim 16 Bert, Joan 90,155 Bert, Sue 16 Bert, Tom 16,191 Bert oud Sandra Ba rnew Allen, Carla 78,154 Allen, Elaine 14 Allen, Eleanor 114 Allen, Joan 90,199 Allen, Julie 78 Allen, Michael 90' Allen, Phillip 90,153 Allen, Wendy 90 Barlow, George 78 Barnes, Barbara 15 Barnes, Debra 90 Barnes, Judy 78,154 Barnes, Valerie 78,154 olt, Dianna 66 Burlingame, Gail 79,154 Allison, Shirley 154 Allmendinger, Mark 90,153 Almblade, Gary 90 Almblade, Mark 66,200,201 Almblade, Mary Jane 14,24,204,214 Amato, Debra Sue 14,204 Amato, Diana Lynn 14,204 Amato, Michael 90 Amerein, Linda 78 Anders, Betty 78 Anders, Mary 66 Anders, Phillip 66 Anders, James Leo 14 Anderson , Alvin 14,148,158,203 Anderson, Carolyn 14,148,204 Anderson, Cathy 14,149,204 Anderson, Cindy 90,155,185 Anderson, Debra 90 Anderson, Diane 66 Anderson, Judy 66,152 Anderson, Mark 78 Anderson Raymond 78 Anderson: Robert s. 66 Anderson, Robbie 78 Anderson, Rodney 66,174,189,203 Anderson, Ron 158 Anderson, Susan 152 Anderson, William 66,148 Andon, Jim 90 Andress, Barbara 78,148 Andress, Gary 153 Andress, Gerald 90 Andrew Deborah 90 Bartels, Jean 15,148 Bartles, Thomas 66,148 Bartleson, Ruth 114 Baskett, John 66 Bassier, Richard 92,114 Baum, Charles 66 Baum, Dianna 15 Baum, Dick 149,174 Baum, Ron 78 Baumbach, Mike 78 Baumbach, Barry 90 Bazor, Donna 15 Bazor, Steve 66,152 Bazor, Vicki 90 Beachboard, Kay 66,194,201 Beale, Janet 15 Beale, Robert 66 Beale, Steve 78,140,165 Bealer, Michael 66 Beard, David 16,194,217 Beard, Dorothy 16 Beausang, Kenneth 114,136 Bebout, Evelyn 66 Bebout, Joyce 16 Bedford, David 78 Beechamp, Robert 78 Behrens, Dianne 90,155 Behrens, Mary Jane 16,150 Bein, Marilyn 66 Bein, Peggy 78,154 Bein, Peter 90 Bein, Zoa Jean 16 Belan, Edward 114 Bell, John W. 66 Bell, Katherine 90,197 h , 78 Bertram, Robert 78 Best, Larry 66,151 Best, Pamela 16,150 Betcher, David 78 Bettis, Joyce 66 Benjamin, John 90 Bennett, Jerry 78 Bettis, Mary 90,155 Bettis, Robert 90,153 Betts, Glenda 16,144 Betts, Steve 162 Bevelheimer, Mike 66 Beyhl, Mary 78 Beyhl, Patricia 66 Bielema, Karen 16 Billings, Eugene 16 Billingsley, Ted 90 Binder, Greg 78 Bishoff, Len 90 Bishop, Gary 78 Black, Judy 17,57 Blackman, Diane 90 Blackman, La Verne 90 Blackman, Michael 66 Blade, Michael 90 Blever, Deloris 66 Blix, Judith 114 Block, Barbara 17,150,204 Block, Gary 90,153 Blodgett, JoAnne 66 Blomgren, Bill 78,177 Bloomer, Pat 90,155 Bloomquist, Mike 90 Blunt, Jerald 17 Blunt, Julie 78 Bobb, Deborah 78,205 Bobb, Harold 90,153,175 Bobb, Kathy 78 Bockmiller, Beverly 66,150 Bockmiller, Michael 78 Bohlander, John 78,153 Bolin, Ronald 66 Bollaert, John 90,140,162,174 Bollart, Mark 66,140,141,l58,200, 202,203 Bollaert, Todd 78,140,162 Bolmer, Linda 114 Bogguess, Eric 90,153,162,175 Bond, Larry 66 Bond, Steve 17,203 Brekke, Randy 66 Bra' nan, Charlotte 66,194 Brueton, David 78,153 Brewer, Jan 153 Brewer, Judy 90 Brinker, Harry 153 Britton, Arlene 78 Britton, Connie 66 Brobst, Brenda 66 Brobst, Everett 91 Brock, Charlotte 78 Brock, Kenneth 153 Brokaw, Charlotte 66,152 Brokaw, Linda 91 Brookhart, Curtis 91 Brooks, Jack L. 65,66,158,200 Brooks, Kenneth 17 Brown, Cheryl 78 Brown, Cynthia 78,137,152 Brown, Daniel 91,180 Brown, Dennis 91 Brown, Gale 66 Brown, Kent 91,153 Brown, Marian 78 Brown, Robert 91,174,180 Brown, Sherry 79 Brown, Tom 18,180,181 Browne, Terry 79 Buchanan, Deborah 91 Buchanan, Douglas 91,153 Buchen, Virginia 122 Buckley, Patrick 66 Buckley, Theresa 79 Buker, Robert 18 Bullet, Sandra 18,152 Bultnick, Nancy 79 Burbridge, David 78 Burd, Donald 91,162 Burde n, Sandra 91 Buresh, Helen 114 Bureski, Kenneth 91 Burke, Bill 66,172,174 Burke, Cynthia 114 Burke, Dennis 18 Burke, Greg 66,194 Burkeybile, Robert 79 Burke ybile, Richard 79 Burney, Tom 66 Burns, Beverly 79 Burns, Carole 18,152 Burns, Cathleen 79 Burns, Dale 91 Burns Patricia 91 Burrell Lester 66 Boney, Kathy 78,104,152 Bonds, Edna 66,150 Bonta, Terry 78,162 Boorn, Jean 78 Boom, Linda Sue 17,129,148,204 Boshart, Lvnn 90 Andrews, Gregory 90 Annerson, Sue 78 Archibald, Beverly 66,140,205 Archibald, Georgiann 122 Archibald, Greg 78 Archibald, Kenneth 90 Argenbright, Robert 14 Arrington, Sandra 78,152 Arvanis, Harry 114,163,174 Ash, Linda 14 Ashby, William 78 Ashby, Sidney 66 Ashcraft, Peggy 78 Ashley, Sandra 90 Ashton, Vivian 66 Asmus, Keith 14,201 Aspelmeier, Judene 66,178,183,204 Athey, Stephen 90,162 Atkins, Candace 78 Aukee, Lillian 78 Aultman, Tim 90 Belman, Karen 16 Belman, Sharon 90,155 Belman, Teresa 78,152 Bender, Dwight 90,162 Bender, Bender, Leanne 66,196,197 Valerie 66,152 Bennett, Thomas 90,180 Benson, Dan 66 Benson, Donna 66 Benson, Mike 78 Bentler, Joyce 112,114 Benway, Ralph 90 Berghult, A. T. 41,102 Bergman, Sandra 16,144,204 Bergstrand, Joan 90 Bergstrand, Richard 78 Bergstrand, Susan 66,194,201 Bernhard, Michelle 78 Berry, Hellen 90,154 Bert, Dan 78,162 Bert, Jean E. 66,150,204 Bosley, William 174 Bostwick, JoAnn 17 Bottorff, June 90 Bourque, Nina 90,153 Bourque, Susan 66,108,194,201 Bowen, George 66 Bowen, Richard 78 Bowers, Barbara 90,154 Bowers, Ronald 90 Bowker, Debra 78 Bowling, Gary 90 Box, Barb 90,155 Boyer, Jim 90 Boynton, Judith 90 Boynton, Thomas 78 Bozeman, Patricia 66 Bradley, Doyle 78 Brakke, Janet 114 Branch, Karen 90,154 Brand, Debbie 90,155 Brandom, Claire 90 Brandon, Donna 90,153 Brandon, Janet 78 Brandon, Verna 17.148 Branham, Florene 17,152 Brasmer. Sheila 78 Bravo, Tony 17 Bray, George 114 1 , Burton, Eugene 91,162 Busenbark, Julie 79 Busenbark, Sandra 18,127,142,218 Busenbark, Susan 18,194,204 Bush, Carl 18 Bushong, Beverly 18,188 Bushong, Linda 91 Bushong, Lyle 79 Buss, Donald 66,149,194 Bussert, Thomas 66 Bustos, Barbara 91 Buttram, Clifton 91,162 Byrd, Joyce 91,154,199 Brinker, Harry 91,140,162 Cacari, Benita 18 Cacari,'Judith 91,140 Cady, Dean 91,149 Cain, Lonnie 19,151 Caldwell, Susan 79,154 Caldwell, Tom 19,45,137,143,203 Call, Kathryn 91,155 Call, Susan 66 Calvert, Dorothy 114 Cameron, Michael 91 Cameron, Patricia 79 Capagna, Gary 66,148,201 Carden, Donald 91 Cardoso, Antonio 67,164 Carev. Terry 79 Carleton, Loretta 19,150 Carleton, Michael 91,162 Carlson, Lana 115,143 Carlson, Nita 91 Carlson, Randy 79 Carlton, Catherine 91,155 Carlton, George 67 Carpenter, Bonita 91 Carpenter, Dan 67 Carr, Alfred Leon 79,210 Carr, Charles 67 Carr, Earl 79 Carr, Nancy 19 Carroll, Janice 19 Carroll, Joe 79 Carroll, Lindsay 67 Carroll, Tom 67 Carson, Jeannine 79 Carss, Thomas 67 Carter, David 19,127,138,139,149, 194,195 Carter, Judith 79 Carter, James 67,70,149 Carter, Michael 19 Carter, Nena 91,155 Casey, Billie 91 Casey, Emilene 67 Casper, J aney 91 Cass, Carol 19,127,138,139,144,150,204 Cass, Hilton 19 Cassell, Dan 19 Castens, Hal 79 Castricone, Michael 79,162 Castricone, Patrick 79,162 Castro, Margaret 79,154 Catalfano, Phillip 79,162 Cathcart, Marcia 91,153 Cathcart, Michael 91 Catlett, Betty 79 Catour, Pam 19 Caulkins, Donald 67,174 Caulkins, Tom 79 Caulkins, Wayne 91 Causemaker, Karen 19,150,204 Causemaker, Nancy 91,155 Cavanaugh, John 115 Cavazos, Joseph 67 Carney, Marilyn 122 Cavazos, J osephene 67,152 Cervantes, Carmen 19,196 Cervantes, Patty Ann 79 Chadwick, Bruce 19,112 Challenor, Jerome 67 Chambers, Lee 79 Chandes, Rebecca 79,152 Chaney, Judy 91,154 Chapanion, Sue 79,152 Chapman, Charlene 67,196 Chappell, Darlene 91 Cheek, Gary 72 Cheever, Donald 115,163 Chenoweth, Steven 91 Chesser, Jackie 79 Chickris, Gregory 67,203 Christenson, Kathryn 20,127 Christian, Denise 91 Christopher, Mike 20,39,140 Chuich, James 67 Chuich, Michelle 91 Churchill, David 20,151 Churchill, Richard 91 Clapp, Gary 91,162 Clapp, Richard 67 Clark, Carl 67,174 Clark, Cynthia 91 Clark, Dave 67 Clark, Dennis 67,152 Clark, Edith J. 20 Clark, Gene 20 Clark, James 79 Clark, Michael 38,79,201 Clark, Robert 67 Clark, Tom 91 Clauw, Mary 91,185 Clauw, Jane 20 Coakley, Dusty 91 Coakley, Gloria 20,150 Coakley, Michael 20 Coakley, Terry 79 Coats, Pattie 91,155 Cobert, Roberta 67,178 Cogdill, Danny 79 Coggins, John 91 Coggins, Polly 67,196 Colbert, Dennis 20,129,140,142 Colby, Virginia 67,137,150 Cole, Brooking 20,199 Cole, Richard 115 Cole, Ronald 67 Coleman, Georgia 67,152 Collis, Gary 91 Collis, Judith 20 Collis, Kay A. 67 Collis, Kenneth 79,162 Collins, Patricia 91 Comito, Carrnella 91 Comito, Charles J. 67,149,201 Compton, Douglas 91,153 Compton, Larry 20,190 Cone, Jeffrey 91 Cone, Marilyn 79 Coney, Geraldine 199 Coney, Carolyn Cones, Linda 79 Cones, Robert 91 Coney, Geraldine 20,199 Conklin, John E. 67,151,189 Conner, Debra 91,155 Conner, Harriett 20 Conner, Ralph 67 Conrad, Sylvia 91 Cook, Alan 21,164,203 Cook, Janice 79 Cook, Margaret 67,150 Cooksey, Charles 91,162,174 Copelan, Steven 79,153 Cooper, Nancy 67 Coopman, Julie 67,188,194 Coopman, Nancy 91 Coram, Marsha 21,144,150,151,188, 201,204 Coram, Phil 67,158 Corbin, Manuel 91 Cord, Theodore 79 Cord, Thomas 91 Cordell, Debbie 91,155 Cordell, Diana 67 Cordingley, Kirby 91 Corey, Sonja 21 Cornelius, Cynthia 122,123 Cornelius, Gordon 115,177 Cornell, Edwin 67 Corwin, Lloyd 115 Cosgrove, James 21,151 Cosgrave, Michael 91 Costigan, Sherwood 103 Coston, Delores 21,199 Courtney, Drusilla 21,127,194-,204-,205 Coussens, Diane 79 Coussens, Mike 91,175 Covault, Mike 91 Covemaker, John 21,158 Covemaker, Kathryn 91,155 Covemaker, Linda 67,150,201 Cowley, Terry 21 Cox, Denise 91 Crampton, Howard 190 Crampton, Susie 91 Crampton, William 67 Crandall, David 91 Crandall, Sandra 67,148 Crane, Teresa 91 Crane, Terry 91,153 Cravens, Fred 79 Cravens, James 67 Creekmore, Chris 92 Criswell, George 21,216 Crotty, Gary 79,162 Crotty, Mike 21,158,189,203 Crouch, Jim 67 Croxton, Kim 79 Cruse, Kenny 92,162 Cruz, James 79,162 Cruzen, Penny 67,143,150,196,197 Culbert, Jay Culley, Terry 67 Cummings, Janice 92,154 Cunningham, Bette 67,149 Cunningham, Nancy 92,153 Curless, Penny 79,152 Curlott, David 92,177 Curlott, Jo Ann 122 Curlott, Patricia 79,195,199 Curran, Kathy 115 Curtis, Allen 79,162 Curtis, Judith 92 Curtis, Ronald 67 Cutkomp, Darrel 92 Cutkomp, Harold 79,153 Cuoco, Barbara 22 Cuoco, Diana 92 Cuoco, Sharon 22 Daehler, John W. 67 Daggett, Carl 92,162 Daggett, Earlene 22 Daggett, Michael 67 Daggett, Pamela 67,152 Dahlstrom, Cindy 92,155,197 Dahlstrom, Kim 79,177 Daily, Delores 22 Daily, Sharon 67 Dale, David A. 67 Dale, Diana 22,204 Dale, Michael 22,148 Dale, Robert 79,174 Daley. John 92 Dall, Kathy 79 Damhorst, Roger 77,115,210 Damm, Timothy 22,181 Danielson, Elaine 22 Danielson, Lois 79 Danielson, Rhonda 92 Darby, Diane 92,153 Darby, Peter 67,75,137,149,194,200 Daubman, David 79,153 Daubman, Diane 67,148 Davidson, Linda P. 67,148 Davis, Arthur G. 67,152 Davis, Betty 92 Davis, Craig 92 Davis, Charles 79 Davis, Dan 79,153 Davis, Debbie 79 Davis, Diane 79 Davis, Don 95,115,158 Davis, Douglas 79,162 Davis, Gregory 92,153 Davis, Joyce 79 Davis, Judith 92 Davis, Kathleen 79 Davis, Linda E. 67,150 Davis, Paul 79 Davis, Richard 22,158,189,203 Davis, Rita 79,152 Davis, Sheryl 92 Davis Tim 92,175 Davison, Ramona 79 Davis, William 153 Davison, Roy 92 Dawson, Gary 22,151 Dawson, Jackie A. 67,152 Dawson, Jimmy D. 67 Dawson, Sandra 79 Day, Barbara 67 Day, Marie 79 Day, Rosemarie 92 De Boo, Julie 22,143,184 Debowski, Joseph 67 DeJaegher, Robert 23 DeLaRosa, Alicia M. 67 DeLaRosa, Leo 92 DeLaRosa, Linda 22 DeLaRosa, Richard 92,162 DeMa Bernetta 80 201 Y, , DeMeyer, Michael 80 DeMont, Peggy 23,150 Dempsey, Stephen 67,151 Dena, Arthur 67 Dena, Henry 92 Deopere, Dorothy 67,152 DePaola, Phyllis 23 DePauw, Tom 76,80,140 DeRammelaere, Janet 67 Dergo, Cheryl 23 DeRoin, Celeste M. 67,190 DeSpain, Diana 67 DeSplinter, Ronda 92 DeTaeye, Charles 115,163,175 DeHmer, Stephen 80 DeVos, Lois 23,127,129,140,143,144, 182,183,204,220 DeVrieze C thia 67 137 150,194,201 5 yn 7 1 DeWaele, Mary 67,194,201 DeWalsche, Thomas 23,151 Dewey, Cheryl 92,154 Dewey, Sharon 92,155 DeWitt, J ania 23 Dhondt, Joseph 115 Dhondt, Michelle 92 D'Hooge, Mary 80,154 Diaz, Jorge 0. 68,80,151 Diaz, Luis 80,180 Dickey, Deborah 92,155 Dickinson, Cindy 80,154 Dickinson, Steve 23,151 Diederich, Daniel 92,175 Diederich, Deborah 68 Diederich, Jane 80 Diederich, Michael 92 Diericks, Shirley 92,155 Dieterich, Geri 92 Dieterich, Jim 92 Dieterich, Steven 80 Dietz, Luanne R. 68 Dillon, Danny 68,151 Dillon, Tony 80,153 Dishinger, Mary Lou 115 Ditch, David 80,153 Ditto, Donald 92 Dixon, Debra 24,137,148 Dixon, Ervin 92,165,175 Dobbins, Mary 80 Dobbins, Ralph 68 Dobereiner, Alvin 103 Dobereiner, David 68,142 Dobereiner, Jon 80,162 Dobereiner, Kathleen 24,204 Dobereiner, Margery 68,150 Dobereiner, Sally 92,154 Dohogne, Jim 92 Dohogne, Kay 68 Dokas, James 68,177 Dolleslager, Kathy 80,201 Donaho, Charles 80 Donahue, Cheryl 24,199 Dooley, Cindy 92 Doose, Darrell 92,162 Doose, Ronald 68,190 Dopler, James 80 Dopson, Diana 17,24 Dopson, Robert 80,153 Doran, Donna 116 Doty, Rex A. 68 Doud, William 80 Dowell, Donald 68 Dow, Toni 80 Dowell, Roy E. 68 Downing, Betty 68 Downing, Cynthia 92,154 Downing, Douglas 68,200 Downing, Judy 80 Downs, Chris 80 Downs, Kathy 68,196 Dralle, Jay C. 68 Draper, Kenneth 68,153,194 Drayer, Diane 92 Drew, Jesse 92 Drew, Orshend 80 Drobushevich, Mark 92,162 Drobushevich, Michael 68,158 Dubuisson, Berta 92 Dubuisson, Janet 68,194 Duckwiler, Benjamin F. 24,60,138 Dueland, Daniel 80,174 Duffee, Debra 68 Duffy, Don 24 Duffy, Ralph 92,177 Duke, James 80 Dumolien, Anthony 92,153 Dumolien, Gary 68 Dumolien, Sharon 68,201 Dumolien, Terry 92 Duncan, James 116 Duncan, Joanne 68 Dunne, Cheryl 80,154- Dunne, Karen 24,137,204,212 Dussliere, DeeAnn 24,142 Dutcher, Douglas 80,162 Dyer, Howard 80 Dymek, Edward 105,116,145 Dzekunskas, Gary 24,152,158 Dzekunskas, Marietta 80 Dzekunskas, Mary 68 Earhart, Robert 92,153 Easter, Mary 116 Eastman, John 72 Eastman, Sue 150 Eckerrnann, Robert 116 Edmunds, Ginger 92,155 Edmunds, Patricia 80,99 Edwards, Marion 80,154 Edwards, Richard 92 Eggerich, Bill 24 Eilers, Karen 122 Einfeldt, Michael 80 Eis, Loryann 116 ' Ekin, Michael 92,162 Elbow, Dave 25,51,177,194,218 Ml Elbow, Mark 80 Elbow, Valerie 68,194 Eleopulos, Mary 68,138,152 Eleopulus, Tom 80 Ellison, James 92 Elmore, Mark 80 Elmore, Paul 92,153 Emmert, Dianne 92,199 England, Bradley 92 England, Deborah 80,152 Fraikes, Joyce 26,150,199 Fraikes, Linda 68,148 Frane, Daphne 116 Franklin, Jerry 102,103 Franks, Darlene 93 Franks, Diane 68 Frazee, Greg 80 Frazelle, Bonnie 80,152 Frazelle, Marcia 68 Frederick, John 93 Frederick, Robert 93 A Goodrich, Ron 27,152 Gorby, Rubijohn 116 Gordon, Elizabeth 93 Gordon, Monte 83 Gorzney, Stanley 27 Gotthardt, Hobby 93 Gottwalt, Cindy 93,199 Gottwalt, Lea Ann 93,199 Gould, Marlene 140,152,199 Graham, Mike 68 Graham, Willis 93 Harrel, David 72,149 Harrel, Nancy 149 Harrington, Kathy 29,144,150,194 Harrington, Rose 72 Harrington, Patricia 29,54,204 Harriot, Sonja 69 Harris, Carmella 69,148,199 Harris, Clyde 29,158,190,203 Harris, David 94,153 Harris, Denise 29,126,127,144,194 201,204 9 Engstrom, Karen 68,196,197 Engstrom, Lynn 25,188,204 Engwall, Richard 92 Engwall, Steve 153 Entwistle, Crystal 80,149 Entwistle, Diana 25,191 Erdman, Art 25 Erichsen, Barbara 68 Erichsen, Michael 80 Erickson, Denise 92,155 Erickson, Gene fMrs.J 116 Erickson, Holly 80 Erickson, Jackie 80 Erickson, Linda 68,181 Erickson, Lynn 68 Erickson, Priscilla 80,154,180 Erickson, Richard 92 Erickson, Terry 92 Erickson Fred 92 Frederick son, Kris 93,162 F rederickson, Suzanne 68,201 Freeborn, Dennis 26 Freeborn, Richard 93 Freeland, Charles 93 Freeman, Gary 93,162,175 Freeman, John 68,152,158,174 Freeman, Peggy 26,137,148,150,204 Freeman, Reginald 68 Freiburg, Anne 93 Granell, Kent 68 Grau, Cheryl 27,150 Graves, Janis 27,152,204 Gray, Charles 68,152,189 Gray, Jack 93,153 Gray, Robert 28 Gray, Timothy 93 Green, Donna 68 Green, Michael 68,148 Green, Pamela 93,153 Green, Paul 93,153,162 Harris, Janis 30,149 Harris, Kathryn 69,149 Harris, Pat 148 Harrison, Betty 94 Harrison, Linda 69 Hart, Gary 72 Hart, Gloria 94,153 Hart, Keene 69 Hart, Pam 30,152 Hart, Wanda 94,197 Freiburg, James 68 Freiburg, Jeff 26 Frels, Jean 68,184 Frels, Lois 116 French, Bruce 80 French, Larry 23,26 Frenell, Robert 80,180 Frey, Ruth 80,85,140 Greene, Patricia 113,117,178 Greene, Richard L. 102,103,115 Greer, Brenda 93 Greer, Jerry 117 Greer, Larry 112,117,164 Greko, Richard 117 Gremonprez, Dan 68 Harvey, Donna 69,150 Haslam, Cynthia 94,154 Haslam, Patricia 149 Hasselbusch, Arlis 30,127,129,135 136,140,144,148,150,204 Hasselbusch, Cindy 94,155,185 Hawkins, James 69 Hawkins, Robert 69,189 F eSha Erwin, George 92 Etheridge, Carol 68,140 Etheridge, Steve 80 Esparza, Anita 92,155 Esposito, Victoria 92,185 Froeliger, Frye, Bill Nancy 93 80,162,195 Frye, Kathy 68,149 Frye, Melody 26 ron 68 188 Gremonprez, Linda 28,204,205 Gremonprez, Sandra 93,154,185 Griebel, David 93 Griffin, Daryl 93 Griffin, Roxann 93,197 Hawkins, Sheila 69 Hawkins, Thomas 94,175 Hawley, Bonny 94 Hawotte, Christine 94,153 Hays, Cynthia 148 Evans, Brenda 92 Evans, Glen 92,174 Evans, Jim 25 Evans, Ewald, Paul 80 Linda 25,137,144,148,199 F airman, Robert 102 Fallon, Dave 92,153 Farkas, Steve 80 Farmer, Linda 80,201 Farmer, Mark 80 Fauser, Pamela 92,155 Faust, Sara 93 Feaster, Donna 25 Feaster, Richard 68,189 Feliciano, Joe 80 Felkner, Alan 25,59,127,149,177,203 Fellows, George 80 Fellows, Greg 25 Fender, Frederick 80,153 Ferguson, Barbara 68 Ferguson, Deborah 80,152 Ferguson, Donna 68,190 Ferguson, Teresa 93,154 Ferry, Robert 80 F esler, Deanna 93,155 FeHerer, Brendalee 25,152 Fiechter, Richard 80,153 Fields, John 68,108,140,164 Fieser, Sherry 68 Fillmer, Cindy 25,191 Finch, Marsha 93 Finley, Marion 25,150 Finley, Michael 68 Fitch, Janet 25 Fitch, Melodie 25 Fitzgerald, Ronnie 80 Fix, Michael 93 Flack, Sandra 80 Flack, Sharon 68,152 Flanagan, John 68,151 Flanagan, Michael 80 Fleshman, Anna 26 Fletcher, Paul 26,148 Flores, Maria 80 Floyd, William 68 Followwill, Dennis 80,162 Fonteyne, Nancy 68 F onteyne, Stephen 93,140,162 Ford, Dave 112 Ford, Margaret 72 Foreman, Gail 80 Foster, Linda 93,154 Foster, Ray 80 Foster, Sharon 80,199 Foust, Leo 108,116 Foutch, Mike 26,191 Fowler, Earlene 123 Fox, Earl 93 Fox, Mark 26 YY s , Fulcher, Pam 26,138 Fuller, John Fuller, Mailon 93 Fuller, Steve 68 Fullerlove, Ron 26 Fulscher,-Betty 26,204 F ulscher, Pam 93,139 Fulton, Deborah 154 Gabel, Dawn 88,93,155 Gamel, Daniel 93 Gamino, Elva 93,153 Gant, Michael 93,162,175 Garcia, Dan 93 Garcia, James 68 Garcia, Paul 180 Gard, Gerry 93 Gardner, Robert 93 Gargano, Estelle 93 Garner, Bennie 26,191 Garner, Jon 177 Garrett, Rick 68 Garriot, Esther 155 Garrison, Coleen 68 Gaskens, Greg 153 Gatrel, Cindy 93 Gause, Candace 152 Gean, Sherry 93,155 Gelande, Joanne 27,129 Gelande, Roberta 27 Gelande, Steve 27,142,189,203 George, Debbie 93 Giese, Glenna 68 Gillies, Charles 93,175 Giminez, Rita 68,199 Giovanis, Lucia 27,138,139 Girt, Charles 93,174 Girt, Theresa 68,188 Glaub, Frank 162,174 Glass, Easter 68,152,199 Glendon, Deborah 93,140 Glendon, Diane 68,75,140 Glenn, Jane 71,116 Glenn, Linda 93 Glockhoff, Paul 27,138,149 Glynn, Sallie 93 Gnatovich, Sandra 93,155 Goderis, Duane 93,162,174 Goderis, Janice 154 Goderis, Judith 154 Goebel, Cheryl 68,149 Goering, Vicki 93,154 Gomez, Anthony 93 Gomez, Daniel 68 Gomez, Melinda 93 Gooch, Stephen 68 Goodman, James 162 Goodman, Joe 93 Goodrich, Naomi 93,154 Goodrich, Richard 27 Griffin, Vicki 28,190 Griffith, Delcina 28,196,199 Griffith, Sara 148 Grizzle, Mary 93 Gross, Clara 28,150 Gross, Ramona 155 Gross, Roger 153 Grudzinski, Sandra 93 Grumadas, Adam 93 Gryp, Dennis 93,180 Guenther, Pete 93 Gue rrero, Jacqueline 68 Guerrero, Jessica 68 Gullett, Aneita 28,149,204 Gurd, Sandra 140 Gustaf, Daniel Gustaf, Linda 93 Gustaf, Steven 72 Gustafson, Lynn 201 Had dick, Lejeane 2a,137,144,1s0 Haddick, Richard 102,103 Haegeman, Theresa 28 Hagelin, Lesly 28,143,150 Hah n, Art 28,218 Hains, Edward 93 Hak Hali Hali emian, Signe 69,178 burton, Bennie 93 burton, Mike 28,129,140,141,200, 203 Hali Hall Hall Hall Hall Hall Hall Hall Hall burton, Nona 154 , Connie 28 , Donald 93 , Martha 28,149 , Mary Ann 117 , Norine 122 , Ralph 69 ' , Ron 28,200,214 igan, Kathleen 29,138 Hamerlinck, John 29,200,203 Hamilton, Martin 29 Hanlin, John 117 Hanna, Charles 93,162 Hanshaw, Mary Jo 29,138,199 Hanson Hanson , Claude 93 , Donald 69,149 Hanson, Douglas 93,97,153,162 Hanson, Judy 29 Hanson, Steven 93,153 Hantz, David 93,162 Hantz, Doris 69 Harding, Bernard 93,153 Harding, Bruce 69 Harker, Mike 69 Harker, Sally 29 Harlan, Dennis 72 Harper, Belinda 94 Harper, Debra 93 Harper, Lloyd 94 Harper, Steve 72 Hayes, Gary 72 Hayes, Linda 69 Haynie, John 30 Hays, Kathleen 94 Hays, Michael 69 Headley. Mickey 69,149 Heald, Marianne 30 Heene, Mark 94,180 Hegwood, Yvonne 30 Heimburger, Jack Heimburger, June 30 Heinze, Bryan 30,150,203 Heinze, Lynne 69,137,150 Heinze, Paula 152 Hemm, William 94 Hemphill, Barbara 69 Hemphill, Bob 69 Hemphill, Richard 94 Hemphill, Robert 94 Hemphill, Sandra 30 Hendricks, Nancy 94,155 Hennel, Martha 30 Henrichs, Sandra 69 Henrv, James 69,151 Hensley, Carlene 69 Hensley, Danny 94 Hensley, Leonard 80,162 Henning, Lynne 178 Henyon, Bonnie 31,107,148,191 Hernandez, Anna 94 Hernandez, Arthur 94,162,174 Hernandez, Barbara 69 Hernandez, Fred 31 Herzfeldt, John 69 Hess, Bonnie 69,150 Hess, Laurel 31,204 Hess, Linda 31,204 Hess, William 94,162 Heyninck, Deborah 94,197 Hibbert, Hollister 117 Hicks, Darrell 94 Hicks, James 69,149,194 Hicks, Larry 88,94,140,174 Higham, Peggy 69,150 Hignight, Craig 31,210 Hignight, Joseph 94,153,165 Hildebran, Marilyn 94,180,197 Hildebran, Yolanda 94,180 Hildebran, Yvonne 69,181 Hillman, Vicki 69 Hines, Bonnie 31,150 Hines, Mary Ellen 154,197 Hines, Ray 94,153 Hipskind, Kenneth 69 Hixson, Jim 31,148 Hixson, Joline 31,153 Hoane, Janice 117 Hobbs, Larry 69,148,158,l60,172,203 Hocker, Gus 31,107,191 Hacker, Lynn 69,152 Hoffman, Bill 69 Hoffman, Rebecca 94,155 Hofrieter, James 69,158 Hopkins, Dwayne 153 Hofreiter, Linda 31,149 Holloway, Cindy 31,144 Holt, Vicki 152 Honn, Alan 94 Honn, James 31 Hood, Merlyn 162 Hook, Joy 94,154 Hopkins, Bruce 31 Horn, Dianna 94 Horst, James 69,137 Horton, Claire 94 Hoste, Lester 31,189 Hough, Stanley 94 Hough, Theresa 69,194 Houser, William 69 Hout, Larry 69 Howard, Diane 82,148 Howard, Gwendolyn 69,152,199,201 Howard, Sheryl 94,155 Howard, Vicki 32 Howard, Vicki 94 Howell, Diane 82,152 Howell, John 69 Hoyle, Susan 32 Hubbard, Juanita 82 Hubbs, Sue 32 Huber, Dan 69,137,138 Huber, Natalie 94,155 Hudson, Geraldine 32,199,204 Huennekens, David 94 Huff, Steve 82,195 Huggins, Deborah 32,127 Huggins, Jacquelyn 94,154,197 Jensen, Keith 94 J erred, Phyllis 82 Jewell, Barbara 33,150 Johnson, Ardell 117 Johnson, Bruce 33 Johnson, Carolyn 69,130,138,201 Johnson, Dana 94,177 Johnson, Debrah 82,154 Johnson, Douglas 94,162 Johnson, Ed 82 Johnson, Glynn 82 Johnson, Isabelle 33,196 Johnson, Jolene 33 Johnson, Karla 69 Johnson, Maureen 82 Johnson, Melissa 94 Johnson, Nancy 117 Johnson, Neil 94,153 Johnson, Nicholas 94 Johnson, Patricia 123 Johnson, Regina 82 Johnson, Roger 94 Johnson, Sharon 69,152 Johnson, Sherry 33 Johnson, Sherry 94,154 Johnson, Shirley 94 Johnson, Stephen 94,153 Johnson, Steven 82,162 Johnson Steven Ray 82 Johnston, Jack 69 Jones, Barbara 33,152 Jones, Bonita 94 Jones, Cecelia 82 Jones, David 69,194 Kight, Edward 70,14-8,172,203 Kilgore, Jane 82 Kilgore, Judy 94 Kilgore, Tom Kilgus, John 82 Killam, Carl 117,191,210 Killian, Danny 94 Killian, Diana 70 Killian, Joanna 34 Killian, Linda 82,152 Kincaid, Joe 94 Kindle, George 94,162 King, Carl 70 King, Christine 94,155 King, Coletta 82,155 King, Daniel 94 King, Debra 70 King, Michael 82,162 King, Virginia 82,154 Lackey, Belvia 82 Lackey, Steven 36 Laethem, Paul 82,162 LaFountain, Loreen 70 Lagaisse, Larry 94 Laird, Bill 36,126,127,129,140 Laird, Fred 70 Laird, Jon 36 Laird, Paul 94 Lakner, Magda 36,196 Laleman, Beverly 82 Laleman, Joe 94,89 Laleman, Sherry 36 Lamansky, Gail 94,155 Lambert, Carlo 82 Lambert, Jeffrey 70 Lambert, Teresa 94 Lambrick, Beth 70,150,201 Lampo, Albert 70 Huggins, Randall 82 Hughes, Barbara 82,149,178 Hughes, Charles 76,82,89,140,162 Hughes, James 32 Hugill, Barbara 82 Hull, Sally 140,195 Hull, Sara 82 Hull, Tim 32,151,181 Humes, Deborah 32,152 Hunt, Deborah 69 Hunt, Kaye 69,178 Hunt, Mary 69,137,149 Hunter, Hunter, Hunter, Hupton, Hupton, Darlene 94,155 Richard 32 Robert 94 Linda 32,152 Robin 82 Hurd, James 32 Jones, David Michael 33,140 Jones, Debra 82 Jones Dorothea 94 Jones, Edward 94,162,175 Jones, Irma 117 Jones, Ken 33 Jones, Larry 82 Jones, Linda 33 Jones Linda 69 149 199 Jonesf Linda 8231553204 Jones, Maurice 94 Jones, Patricia 69 Jones, Sherman 34,129,158,160,202, 203 Jones, Tim 34 Jones, Vicki 69,148,188 Jones, William 88,94 J orandby, Sharon 117 Just, Dennis 94,162 Kahan, Arnon 82 Kinney, Linda 82 Kinney. Marilyn 34,190 Kipp, Joseph 82 Kipp, Richard 70 Kipp, Robert 70 Kirby, Susan 94 Kirk, David 82,149,162 Kirk, William 34 Kirklin, Sharon 70,152 Kirkpatrick, Joyce 70 Kirschenman, Roger 82,153 Kitchen, LiAnne 82,148 Kiho, Gary 94 Kivisto, Ernest 117,203 Kivisto, Robert 70,203 Kivisto, Tom 94,140 Kleinav, Sheryl 82,149 Kleinschmidt, JoAnn 82,140,152, 195,199 Klinginsmith, Dan 94,162 Knapn, Bonnie 94 Knight, Bernard 94 Knight, Frederick 153 Knobloch, Kathy 94 Knobloch, Patricia 35,204 Knobloch, Shirley 70 Knoeferl, Pat 94,154 Knowles, Roseanna 70,201 Knox, Harry 70 Knox, Larry 35,129,158,203 Knudsen, Chas. 117,158 Koenig, Beverly 82,152 Koehler, Steven Kohl, Bobette 82 Kohn, Glee 117 Lampo, Anna Marie 94 Lampo, Denise 94 Lampo, Sandra 94,153 Land, Kathy 83,154 Land, Marilyn 94,155 Lane, Dorothy 83,197 Lang, Sandra 36,149 Lange, Lange, Jeff 36 Nancy 83 Langston, Jim Lanier, James 36 Lanier, Judy 70 Lannan, Barbara 70 Lanzen, Greg 94,162 LaPorte, Peggy 70 Larrison, Bill 95 Larrison, Darlene 94 Larrison, Jeanine 70 Huskey, Holley 32,148,204 Huston, Dennis 69,75,164 Hutchins, Peggy 69,150,188 Immesoete, J annetta 69 Immesoete, Patricia 69 Ingraham, Vicki 82,152,199,201 Ionides, Madeline 32,137 Irwin, Edwin 69 Ishmael, Fonda 82,152 Ivey, Mabel 82,195,201 Jack, Deborah 94,155,185 Jack, Lynne 76,82,140,152,185 Jack, Stephanie 77,82 Jack, Steve 21,32,129,140,164,165, 200,202,203 Jackson, Arlet 69 Jackson, Cecil 94 Jackson, Jennifer 82 Jackson, Jerry 82 Jackson, Paul 82,148 Jackson Ro 94 Q Y Jacobs, Roger 69 Jacobs, William 82,177 Jacques, Greg 82 J aecques, Susan 94 Jahn, Sharon 94,155 Jairett, Jennifer 94,155 Jairett, Steve 33,137 James, Charles 82,153 Jamieson, Bob 69 J amisen, Anthony 94,162,175 Jamison, Bob 112 Jamison, Scharla 82 Jarrett, David 94 Jefferson, Raymond 94,153 Jennings, Louis 94 Jennings, Russell 69,189 Kannenberg, Susan 82,152 Kapalis, James 69 Kappas, David 94,137,162 Karenke, Gary 94,153 Karenke, Linda 69,150 Karenke, Lyle 69 Karnes, Donald 34 Karns, Michael 69,151 Katrana, Gail 82,152,178,185,195 Katrana, Gerald 34 Kay, Alice 69,107,196,197 Kay, Karen 94,199 Kazlauski, Bruce 82 Kearns, Katherine 94 Keay, Michael 69 Keefer, Joy 34,204 Keegan, Donald 82 - Kehoe, Marilyn 82,140,195 Keim, Connie 69 Keith, Kathleen 34,140 Keith, Thomas 82 Kelley, Gary 94 Kelley. Mike 34,151 Kelly, Susan 69 Kellums, Bruce 34,151,180 Kellums, Holly 82 Kellums, Jane 34,42,204 Kelly, Monte 34 Kelm, Tim 82 Kendall, Paul 94,153 Kerckhove, Karen 70 Kershaw, Dean 70 Kesler, William Kester, Charles 82,195 Kester, Paula 34,188,199,204 Keyes, Connie 82 Khrone, Bill 149 Kiely, Richard 94 Kiely, Sherry 70,188 Kohrt, Harry 35 Koker, Allen 94 Koker, Valene 70 Koontz, Donald 94 Kopatrick, Kathryn 70 Larson, Karen 83 Larson, Linda 36,129,137,140,141 182,183,204 Lasik, Kent 118 LaHer, Howard 95,162 Laud, Danny 70 Laud, Gene 37,212 Laud, Linda 37 Laud, Marlow 95,197 Lauridsen, David 102 Lauridsen, Sonja 118 Lauritzon, Linda 83 Lavine, Bert 95,153 Lavine, Gary 37 Lawrence, Leavera 70 Lawrick, Ronald 83 Layman, Bill 95,153,162 Layman, Linda 37,152,201 Leader, Lyle 95,180 Leaf, Robert 83 Leahv, Cindy 70,149,184,201,205 Leahy, Francis 122 Kopel, Francis 35,194,203 Kopel, Karen 82,199,205 Kopel, Robert 94 Korthals, Jackie 82,201 Krajewski, Katherine 35 Kraiewski, Linda 70 Kraklow, Mary Ann 94,155 Krambeck, Mary 117 Kramer, Claude 117 Kramer, Pamela 118 Krantz, Joyce 70 Kraus, Mike 35,177,203 Kremer, Ken 35,152 Kroeger, Kenneth 94,162 Kroeger, Vicki 35 Krogman, Greg 82,153 Krogrnan, John 70 Krohn, William 70 Kropp. Richard 35 Kropn. Sharon 70 Kruckenberg, Elaine 123 Kruckenberg, Keene 65,70,177,200, 201 Kruse. William 94 Krynski, Daniel 82 Krynski, Gres: 35 Kuehnel, Debra 82,155,197 Kuelthau, Eugene 70 Kuhn, Joyce 70,201 Kupresin, Sam 94,162 Kyser, Robert 82 Lacefield, Janet 36,150,199 Lacefield. John 82 Lackey, Barbara 82 Leanhart, Cheryl 70 Leanhart, Mark 83 Leasenby, Mike 95 Leathers, Dennis 70 Lee, Daniel 37,152 Lee, Jack 37 Lee Lawanda 95,155 Lee, Marcia 95,155,197 Lee, Mary 70 Lee, Perry 83 Lee, Randy 83 Lee, Vicki 70 LeenKnecht, David 83 Lehne, Rick 83 Leeman, Joyce 95,155 Le Master, Elzita 70 Lenth. Michael 83,153,162 Lerschen, Harold 95 Lerschen, James 37 Leslie, Vicki 37 Lessard. Christine 95,155 Lewis, Bill 95 Lewis, Cheryl 83,154 Lewis, Darrell 37 Lewis, Deborah 95,155 Lewis, John 37,202,203,220 Lewis, Mercy 132 Lewis, Robert 118 Lewis, Robert 65,70.142,177,201,203 Licko, Donna 83,195,201 Liferman, Steve 73 Liggett, Larry 95,162,175 Lindell, Randy 95 Linder, Jack 83 Linder, Janet 37 Miller: Jacqueline 96 Nixon, Lineback, Nancy 83,201 Lingard, Gerald 37 Lingner, Kathleen 37 Lingner, Stephen 70,136,137,151 Linn, Michael 95,153,162 Lipes, Danny 83,149 Lipes, Steven 37,149,174 Lipes, William 70 Littig, Larry 38 Littlewood, Kay 38 Lockett, Tamara 83 Lockhart, Andrea 83,148 Lockhart, John 95,162 Lockhart, Christine 38,204 Locy, Katherine 38 Lodico, James 118,163 Loding, Chuck 70,148,194 Loding, Lonnye 70,150,194 Loding, Valerye 83 Loete, Glenda 83 Loete, Mark 83,162 Loete, Wyn 95 Lofgren, Patricia 95 Lofgren, Robert 95 Long, Edward 95 Long, Jimmy 70 Long, Susan 83,148,205 Longueville, Bill 38 Longueville, Karen 83,201 Lootens, Marta 83,148 Lopez, Bill 38 Lopez, Gabriel 70 Lopez, Laura 38,47 Louck, James Lough, Karl 76 Loula, James 118,158 Love, Brenda Love, Carole 70 Lovestrand, Andrea 70,71,138,150 Lovestrand, Duane 118,158 Lovestrand, Tim 38,149 Lowenburg, Kenneth 118 Lowery, Linda 95 Lowery, Ralph 70 Loy, Janice 38,201 Lucas, Elijah 70,152 Lucas, Mel 95 Ludin, Steven 95 Lund, Donald Lund, Linda 95 Lundeen, Craig 38 Lundeen, Helene 118 Lundeen, Judy 38,54,129,183,204 Lundeen, Matthew 88,95,140,153 Lund ren ohn 118 g , J Lundgren, Marie 30,38,129,130,136, 140,141,178,204 Lynn, Karen 83,197,201 Lynn, Richard 95,162 Lyon, Judith 70,194 Mabis, Bruce 83 Machu, James 83,201 Machu, Michael 70 Mack, Robert 83 Madison, Lavern 70,203 Maertens, Diane 83,197,201 Mallder, Sandra 95 Mallinoski, Brenda 83 Mallory, Mike 83 Malmstrom, Daniel 38 Malmstrom, Jack 83 Mandigo, Cynthia 83,149 Mankoski, Linda 95,155 Manley, Sally 95 Mann, Cynthia 38 Manrrique, Aracely 70 Mannrique, Ernest 95,162,174 Manzo, Cheryl 95 Manzo, Leslie 83 Maranville, Tom 118 March, David 39,203 March, Diana 83,149 I Marchiando, James 39 Marineau, Gary 83 Marino, Carmen 39 Marino, Sue 95 Markem, Carolyn 70 Markin, Donald 70 Marolf, Michael 70,152 Marr, David 118 Marr, Patricia 118 Marsh, Marlene 95 Marsh, Myles 39,158,189 Marshall, Bill 36,39,194,200 Marshall, Michael 153,162 Marshall, Pamela 70 Marshall, Wayne 83 Martel, James 95,162 Martel, Joe 162 Martel, Jon 83,162 Martel, Joseph 95 Martel Marshall 39 Martel: Ruth 39,142,196,197,204 Martin, Betty 152 Doris Christine 39 Martin, Martin, Gigi 83 Martin Judy 70 Martini Larry 83 Martin, Robert 95,153 Martin ez, John 70 Martinez, Mary 70 Martinez, Robert Martin Martin ez, Rosemary 95 ez, Twyla 70 Marx, Krista 70 Mascaro, Carmella 70 Mascaro, Steven 95 Mason, Joy 95,155 Mason, Randy 153,162 Mason, Scott 70,142,148 Massa, Dave 95 Massa, Jerry 39,189' Massa, Sharon 39,197 Massarolo, John 180 Matherny, Cornelia 118 Mathes, Karen 199 McNeal, Kurtis 83 McNeal, LeArta 71 McNeal, Ruth 96,155 McNeal, Tom 95,174 McNinch, Steven 71,14-0,149,174,177 McNulty, Gary 71 McSparin, Bryan 83 Meadows, Bruce 95 Means, Riley 71,137 Medina, Celia 83 Medina, Dan 40,172 Medina, Mercedis 40 Meersman, Michael 83,195 Meeske, Linda 71 Meier, 'David 83 Meier, Paul 40 Meincke, Brenda 41,127 Meincke, Donna 95 Meincke, Diana 71 Meincke, Margaret 83 Mekus, Demos 71,181 Mekus, Georgia 71,112,194 Mekus, Katherine 95,153 Melanowski, Brenda 148 Mellady, Joanell 41 Mellinger, Debbie Sue 83 Mellinger, Mary 41,150 Mendenhall, JoAn 41,127,138,144, 145,150,204 Menestrina, Michael 80,83 Mercer, Jay 119 Mercy, Timothy 71,112 Meredith, Dan 71 Moore, Danny 85 Moore, Darryl 96,153,175 Moore, Dianna 42,137 Moore, Don 42 Moore, Joan 42,150 Moore, Stanley 71 Morel, Charles 83 Mathews, Ronda 83 Mathias, Janet 83,140 Mathis, Carol 70,196 Mathis, Darrell 70 Matthew, Glenn 70 Matthews, Mary 83 Meredith, Lee 71,149 Meyers, Diane 95,153 Meyers, Ron 41,148 Meyers, Susan 95 Mickle, Robert 95,162 Mickel, Sandra 71 Morgan, Gary 83 Morgan, Steve 83 Morgan, Tim 42 Morris, Brenda 84 Morris, Jack 42,158 Morris, James 96 Morris, Robert 43 Morrison, Dee 71 Mosher, Gary 96,153 Mosher, Wayne 43,190 Mourisse, Steve 96,162 Mueller, David 96,153,180 Mueller, Jane 96,210 Mueller, Kathleen 43,151,178 196 204,218 Mueller, Kathleen 71,197 Mueller, Nancy 43 Muellen, Colleen 84,149 Mullen, Jack 103 Mullen, John 43,127,158,200 Mullen, Robert Paul 43 Mulry, Mattie 71 Mundt, Paula 71 Munkirs, Pam 96 Munos, Arthur 84,172 Munos, Monica 96 Murdock, Carla 71 Murphy, Greg 84,180 Murphy, Paula 71 Murray, Edward 96 Murray, Tim 96,153 Murrens, Anita 29,119 May, Becky 83,152 Mayberry, Karen 70 Mihalopoulos, Georgia 71,201 Mihalodoulos, Helen 95,155 Mayberry, Sharon 71 Mayfield, Reed 71 Maze, William 103 McAlpine, William 40,138 McBride, Larry 95 McBride, William 83 McCaffrey, Norma 83,154 McCarter, Eugene 118,158,l59,160 McClain, Chris 83,162 McClure, Deena 71 McClure, Diehl 118 McConnell, Diana 95,155 McConnell, Linda 95 McCormick, Linda 95 McCormick, Nancy 71 McCormick, Richard 40,71 McCoy, Harold 40 McCoy, Rickey 95,175 McCreery, Catherine 95,155 McCreery, DeWayr1e 71,190 McCreight, C. L. 102,103 McCullough, Cherie 95 McDanel, Linda 40,204 McDanel, Susan 71 McDowell, James 40 McDowell, Nancy 95 McFarlin, Guy 71 McGaughy, Irene 118 McGee, Deborah 95,155 McGhee, Marilyn 71,150 McGinnis, Dennis 40,191 McGinnis, Linda 71,148 Mclntire, Dennis 95 McIntosh, Barbara 95,153,185 Mclntosh, Sylvia 40,127,137,142,144, 148,194,201,204 McKaufsky, Amy 71,140,184 McKay, Rebecca 83 McKeon, Daniel 95 McKeon, Linda Sue 40 McKinzie, Karen 95,155,185 McKitrick, Kenneth 40,190 McLaughlin, Becky 95,155 McLaughlin, Bonnie 40,201,204 McLaughlin, Michael 83,153 McLernon, Kathy 83 McLernon, William 95 McMahon, Catherine 71,150 McMillin, Michael 71,143 McMullen, Linda 40,188,204 McMullen, Tom 95 McNab, Fern 118 McNeal, Bob 83,153 Mihevic, Patricia 83 Milburn, George 71 Miller, Alice 83,201 Miller, Andrew 119 Miller, Carol 83 Miller, Debra 95,155 Miller, Diane 95 Miller, Donna 95 Miller Gary 83 Miller, Jack 41 Miller, Jane 96,154 Miller Jay 83 Miller: Jeanine 71 Miller, Jeff 41 Miller, Kathleen 41,142,201,204 Miller, Linda 83 Miller, Marsha 83 Miller, Martha 96,154 Miller, Pat 83,152 Miller, Ray 96,180 Miller, Rita 119 Miller, Ron 4l,127,139,194 Miller, Ruth 83 Miller, Sharon 41 Miller, Steven 96 Miller, Terry 83,180 Miller, Thomas 71,190 Miller Verna 42 191 Myers, Myers, Daphne 71 David 43,190 Myers, Donna 43,137 Myers, Myetic Myetic Jerry 96,180 h, Matthew 96 h, Patricia 43 Myetich, Vicki 84 Nache, Barbara 71 Nache, Henry 71,158,189,203 Nagle, Charles 84 Natwick, Rita 71 Naylor, Bruce 96,153 Naylor, Roger 119 Neal, Charlotte 43,53 Needham, Connie 96,197 Needham, Douglas 43,151 Neels, Neels, Donna 96 Gerald 71 Neels, Gregory 96,175 Neels, Henry 71 Neels, Michael 84 Neely. Alice 84 Neighbors, Carol 71 Nelson, Daniel 96 Nelson, Dayle 84 Nelson, Diane 43,188 Nelson, Merlin 119 Neuleib, Robert 60,119,131 Newbaver, Mary Lane 71,109 Newberg, Noel 84,201 Millizer, Kathryn 71 Mills, Robert 83 Mills, Trudy 96 Minard, Philip 83,162 Minas, Deno 71 Minas, Diane 71 Mink, Kathleen 42 Minnestrena, Mike 149 Minor, Brenda 71,196 Minyard, Eddie 83 Mitchell, Brenda 96 Mitola, Michael 71 Moens, Larry 83,162 Moffet, Eileen 72 Mohr, Dean 42,189 Mohr, Patricia 42,191 Mohr, Robert 96 Mohrman, James 71 Moline, Beverly 96,154 Moline, Sharon 71,152 Montieth, Cheryl 83 Montieth, Patricia 42,l27,l29,14-0, 148,204 Montag, Michele 96 Newbe Newbe N ewbe rg, Ronald 96 rry, Kathryn 43,150 rry, Linda 96,155 Newborn, Linda 84 Newman, Brenda 96,150 Newman, Brenda 71 Newman, Karen 43 Newman, Rex 44 Nichols, David 96,180 Nicholson, Debra 71 Nickel, Lawrence 71 Nimrick, Jean 44,144 Nipper, Carolyn Diane 155 Nipper, Dale 96 Nipper, James 96 Nitz, Ida 119 Tom 84 Nordholm, Wilfred 96 Nordstrom, Alan 71,149,164 Norin, Richard 172,189 Norris, Diana 96 Norris, Rick 44 Nourse, Larry 71 Nourse, Sherry 44,150,188 Nye, Anne 84 Nye, James 96,162,175 Oakland, Karen 84 Oakland, Sharon 71 Oakley, Randy 84 O'Dell, Janice 84 Odendahl, Daniel 71 Odendahl, Laurel 84 Odendahl, Lynn 44,150,204 Odendahl, Tom 44' Officer, Mildred 84 Officer, Robert 96,153 Ogle, Cynthia 96,154 Ogle, Don 71 Ogle, Patty 96 Ogle, Susan 44 Oherness, Laura 71 Ohland, Geoffrey 44,189 O'Klock, Danny 84 Olds, Nancy 96,153 Olds, William Charles 44,194,200 Philhower, P. J. 102,103 Phillips, Gary 59,120,164 Phillips, Jeanne 45,137,199 Phillips, Joe 71,152 Picco, John 120 Pierce, Lorraine 72,152 Pilon, Dawn 87,152,199 Pintar, George 102,103 Pisman, Marilyn 45,150 Pitcher, George 84,180 Pitts, Marian 72,150 Plumb, Vicki 72 Plympton, Karen 154 Pobanz, William 46 Poelvoorde, Jeff 96,153 Poelvoorde, Patricia 84 Polich, Michelle 153 Polka, John 72 Pompa, Valerie 155 Pompa, Virginia 72,150 Ponce, Linda 84 Ponce, Steve 84 Olesen, Carol 119 Oliva, Jose 96 Oliva, Mario 96 Oliva, Sara 84 Oltman, Daniel 84 Olvera, Frances 96 Olvera, Benny 84 Olvera, Lupe 84 O'Neil, Deborah 96,154 Orendorff, Debra 96,153 Orendorff, Steve 84 Orey, Jon 84 Porter, Deane 155 Porter, Dianne 84 Porter, Gail 152,155,199 Porter, George 72 Porter, Randy 162,175 Potter, Potter, Powell Powell Power, Carolyn 46,150 Robert 46,172 Deborah 72 Gerald 84 James 72,151 Powell, Powell, , Marilyn 46,150,188,204 James 72,142,151,158 Reger, Richard 47 Reger, Ruth 85 Reid, Connie 47 Reid, John 47,48,129,158,189,203 Reisenbigler, Sylvia 120 Reliford, Debra 96 Reliford, Sandra 47,188 Renner, Nicolette 96,155 Retzlaff, Linda 85,152 Rexroth, Curtis 72,149,177 Reyna, Teresa 72 Reynolds, Barbara 85 Reynolds, Dave 47 Reynolds, Sharon 96 Rhoades, Donna 72 Rice, Michael 47 Rice, Sue 47 Richard, Leonard 85 Richardson, Cathy 96 Richardson, Kathy 96,155 Richardson, Larry 81,85 Ricketts, Linda 96 Rickey, Sheila 72,150 Ridenour, Leah 72,148,184 Rieger, Suzanne 72 Ries, Charlotte 123 Rigsby, David 96 Rigsby, Janice 72,150,194 Riley, Glena 149 Riley, Gloria 85 Riley, Kenneth 72 Riley, Steve 96 Ringering, Dennis 120 Rios, Umberto 85 Ornelis, Larry 84 Ornelis, Randall 71 Ornelis, Sharon 71 Ortiz, David 84,165 Ortiz, Eloise 71 Ortiz, Patricia 44 Orton, Lynne 96 Ostina, James Ostrom, Bonnie 44,129,149,204,205, 218 Owen, Dorothy 44,127 Owen, James 71,152 Owen, Robert 96 Owens, Chris 71 Owens, Joy 71 Oliver, Mike 96 Oliver, Paul 119 Oller, Sharon 96,155 Paasch, Alice 123 Paasch, Sharon 88,153 Painter, Steven 84 Palmer, Terry 96 Panouses, Daphne 84 Parker, Bruce 44 Parker, Donna 84 Parker, Gail 84,154 Parker, Sandra 44,150 Parr, Debby 45,137 Parsons, Kathy 84 Parsons, Tom 96 Passno, Duane 96,153,162 Passno, Nancy 45 Patterson, Delois 84,154 Patterson, Dorothy 96 Patterson, Michael 84,140,165 Patterson, Nathalia 71,152,199 Patterson, Tyrone 45,158,159,160,203 Paul, Carolyn 71,199 Payesic, Linda 84,195 Penderson, Marlene 45 Penner, Myrna 71,152 Penner, Ron 84,148,177 Penrod, William 45,151,189 Peplow, Betty 45 Percy, Jim 165 Perez, Carlos 45,189 Perez, Frank 212 Perez, John 71,104,158,174,200 Perez, Joseph 96,162 Perkins, Ray 140 Perkins, Robert 84,148,162 Perkins, William 153,162 Person, Betty 119 Peterhoff, Ed 119,177 Peters, Mike 45,48,200 Petersmith, LuAnn 178 Peterson, Karyn 71 Peterson, Rita 155 Peterson, Virginia 123 Pratt, Millard 90,120 Prayer, Diane 153 Pregracke, Gary 120 Price, Brent 46 Price, Ed 46 Prickett, Greg 4-6,172,200,203 Prine, Joyce 46,150 Proesch, Pamela 84 Propp, Alicia 72 Propp, Carmen 84,152 Propps, Jerry 72,172,174,203 Propps, Linda 96 Pursley, Robert 46 Race, Christopher 96 Race, Gerald 72 Race, Holly 84,154 Race, Richard 96 Radford, Michael 96,140,162,175 Raes, Mike 46 Raiche, Diane 72 Rainey, Charles 120 Rainey, Minta 123 Ramirez, Louis 84 Ramirez, Richard 84,162,201 Ramirez, Ronald 96,180 Ramos, Jose 84 Rangel, Augustine 72,164,172,203 Rangel, Cecelia 84,154 Rangel, Ramon 96 Rangen, Ray 84 Ransom, Rebecca 72 Raske, Steve 84 Rasko, Kent 72 Rasko, Larry 96,162,174 Rasko, Mary 85,152 Rasso, Frank 46 Rasso, George 46 Rasso, Linda 96 Rasso, Linda 85 Rasso, Richard 72 Rasso, Steve 72 Ray, Cheryl 46,127,144 Rayburn, Sandra 123 Raymond, Charles 72 Rea, Alicia 85 Rea, Maria 85 Ream, Gary 96,153 Redmond, Jack 46,151 Reed, Donald 85 Reed, Donna 47 Reed, Louise 72,150 Reed, Reginald 85 Reese, Charles 96 Reese, Gerald 96,180 Reese, Michael 96 Reese, Patricia 72,150 Reese, Steve 47 Reeves, Bonnie 72,152 Reger, Barbara 96 Ripper, Barbara 96 Risse, Earl Tom 47 Risse, John 85,162 Risse, Mike 153 Rivera, Ronald 85,162 Roach, Daniel 72 Roady, Roger 48 Roberts, David 69,72 Roberts, Fred 72 Roberts, Jim 48,127,194,209 Roberts, John 96 Roberts, Linda 48 Roberts, Regina 96,199 Robbins, Bobby 85 Roberson, Tim Robertson, Dennis 85 Robertson, Lois 48 Robertson, Tom 85 Robinson Gary 48 Robinson, Linda 96 Robinson, Mitchell 97,165 Robinson, Susan 97 Robinson, Sue 85 Rockhold, Karen 85 Roden, Fred 97,153,165 Roe, Lillian 72 Roegiers, Julie 97 Rogers, Arthur 48,191 Rogers, Lana 85 Rohr, Barbara 72 Rohweder, Michael 72,158 Rohweder, Penney 97,155 Romero, Marcella 72,152 Rose, David 120 Rose, Donna 72 Roselle, Ray 97 Rosenberg, Kimball 97 Rosenberg, Marianne 85 Rosenberger, David 85,148 Ross, Henry 85 Roth, Charles 72 Roth, Gay 85,196,197 Roth, Maureen 48,53,110,204 Roth, Robert 48 Rotz, Jana 48,127,144,204 Rotz, J ill 97 Roudebush, Terry 72 Rowan, Rick 97 Rowe, Phil 48,137,149 Rowlands, Craig 72,140,158,172,200 Rowlands, Mrs. Lillian 103,140 Rowlands, Mike 49,129,158,200,202, 203 Rowlands, Owen fDanaJ 97,162,175 Ruberg, Elaine 113,120 Ruby, Deborah 65,72,14-0,141 Ruby, Phyllis 97,155,185 Ruby, Rita 49,190 Rude, Marsha 97 Ruggles, Judy 72 Rusk, Barbara 85 Rusk, JoAnn 97 Rusk, Paul 72 Russell, Barbara 72,149 Russell, Jack 72 Russell, Norburt 97 Rutledge, Jerry 72 Rutledge, Mike 97,153 Ryan, Bridget 72,142,188,201 Ryan, Mary Ann 49,129,137,140,144, 201 Ryan, Susan 49 Ryan, Steve 85 Ryerson, Ronald 120 Ryhand, Sheila 197 Ryherd, Sheila 85,96 Sacco, Janet 85,87 Sacco, Linda 49,199,204 Sacco, Nancy 49,144,201,204,220 Saelens, .Joanne 49,188,204 Salmonson, Pamela 85,152 Saltzman, Diane 85,152,201 Saltzman, Nancy 97,153 Samolitis, Jerome 120 Samolitis, Margareta 123 Samuels, Darrel 85 Samuels, Malcom 97 Samuelson, Becky 97 Sandburg, Linda 49 Sandburg, Richard 85,162 Sandefur, Sandra 72,150 Sanders, Harold 85 Sanders, Pam 72,196 Sanders, Roger 72 Sandilos, James C. 102,103 Sandilos, Robert 97,153 Sandoval, Larry 85,138,153 Sandoval, Louis 72,140,200,201 Sandoval, Manuel 97 Sandoval, Stephen 97,162 Sandquist, Susan 97 Sangster, Osbee 85 Sansale, John 97 Sansale, Kerry 72 Sanquist, Patsy 49 Sapato, Steve 49,135,137,212 Savage, Steve 49,136,137,138,139,140 Schaaf, Mark 72 Schaeffer, Dennis 49 Schafer, Ruth 49 Schaffer, Sue 152 Schave, David 72,164,203 Schave, Todd 49,164,203 Schild, George 97,153 Schilling, Daniel 72,158,159 Schilling, Jacqueline 122 Schilling, Kristine 85- Schilling, Jeff 50 Schmidt, Alan 50,129,158,203 Schmidt, Howard 89,97,162 Schmidt, Kathleen 85,201 Schmidt, Pamela 50,138,148 Schmidt, Warren 85,149,177 Schmiers, George 85,153 Schmooke, Gary 85 Schmooke, Michael 85 Schneider, Jerry 50 Schneider, Mary Louis 97 Schooley, .James 85 Schultz, Connie 97 Schultz, Frederick 72,172,175 Schultz, Gail 50 Schultz, Nancy 50,188 Schroeder, Joyce 85,148 Schumacher, Mark 85 Schumacher, Sally 97,155 Schwartz, Alice 85,152 Schwartz, Barbara 72 Schweitzer, Steven 85 Scogland, William 35,50,127,138 139 194 Scott Christopher 97 Scott, David 72 Scott, Jeff 85,162 Scott, Jerry 97,162 Scott Jim 97 Scott, John 97 Scott, Marcia 97,154 Scott, Necia 50,204 Scott, Richard 85 Scott, Ross 97 Scott, Sherrie 72 Scott, Tena Mae Scott, Thomas 97,174 Seabloom, Deborah 97 Seabloom, John 85 Seals, Angela 72,199 Seams, Darrell 97 Searl, Jacqueline 97,154,199 Sedam, Dennis 85 Segura, Reuben 50 Sehnert, Cynthia 85 Seidlitz, Sharon 50 Seidlitz, Sheryl 85 Seidlitz, Tom 97,180 Sellers, Cindy 85 Sellers, Rodney 72 Sels, Dana 72 Sels, Debra 97 Senatra, Susan 97,140 Smith, Jane 86 Smith, Jerry 52 Smith Karen 86 Smith, Leone 73,194 Smith, Linda 52 Smith, Marsha 86 Smith, Norreta 86 Smith, Pamela 98 Stotmeister, Cindy 86,152 Stotmeister 7 Stotmeister, Stotmeister, Stottler, Ka Gary 53 Kenneth 64,73,194,201 Sheldon 98 thy 86,199 Smith, Patricia 154 Smith, Paul 98,162 Smith, Richard L. 86 Smith, Richard P. 86 Smith, Rodney 98,153 Smith, Terry 73 Smith, Wanda 86 Smolenski, Chester 98 Smolenski, John 86 Septer, Linda 85 Serra, Serra, Se rres Serres Frank 72 Randy , Cherri 85 , Vern 72 Setser, Jack 85 Setser, Kathy 97 Severt sgaard, Marlene 72 Sexton, Donna 72 Seys, Bonnie 72 Shaeffer, Bonnie Shaffer, Susan 72 Shaner, Linda 97 Shaner, Steven 85,165 Shapp ard, Wayne 97 Sharpe, James 73 Sharpe, Kay 97,197 Sheahan, Gail 85,152 Sheahan, Phillip 50,116,158 Shelton, Yvonne 85,199 Shepard, Charles 97,165 Sheppard, Allen 153 Sherer, Carl 97 Sherer, Pat 73 Sherlock, Roberta 85 Shew, Walter 85 Shipman, Tom 97,162 Showalter, Cheryl 97,155 Shuh, Philip 50 Shull, Cathy 82,85 Shull, Deborah 85,154 Shutt, Diane 97 Siddons, Lucinda 97 Siddons, Tim 50 Sides, Sierra Jimmy 97 Andrea 97 Sierra, Frank 97,162,174 Sierra, Gilbert 50,152,158,172 Sierra, John 97,162 Sierra, Juanita Teresa 51,142,144 Sierra, Luis 97,153,162,174 Sierra, Maria 73,194,199,204 Sierra, Mary 51,144,150,199 Sierra, Thomas 85,162 Urbania Sierra, Veronica 85,154 Simeons, Margaret 123 Simmons, Cleta 85,152 Simmons, Deborah 85,185 Simmons, Matthew 97 Simmons, Sandra 51,204 Simmons , Vivvia 51,144 Sims, Greg 97,153 Sims, Michael 149 Sipes, Beth 65,73,140,149,182 Sisson, Jerry 51,151 Siverly, Terry 51 Skiles, Connie 97,153 Vallee, Charles 98,162 Skiles, William 73,181,189 Slentz, Charles 120 Sletten, Bruce 97 Smolenski, Karen 73 Smolenski, Ronald 73 Sneed, Deena 86 Sneed, Vicki 86,154 Soliz, Claro 73 Soliz, Marc 97 Soliz, Thomas 97,165 Sommer, Rick 52,127,138,139,14-5,194 Sorensen, James 86,162 Sosnouski, Stanley 102,103,115,126 Soucinek, Pamela 73,152 Soules, Elmer 75,121 Soulis, Cathy 73 Sowers, Diane 97 Sowers, Diane 97 Sparks, Gary 86 Sparrowgrove, Karen 73,196 Spears, Terry 73 Speckman, Jackie 86,106 Speer, David 97 Speer, Sandra 86,149 Spencer, Connie 52 Spindel, Donald 97 Spinello, Jack 52 Spinello, Marie 73,152 Spitler, David 73 Speth, Susan 86 Springer, Kristina 97,199 Sprouse, Jack 73 Staab, Michael 97 Stafford, Debra 52 Stahal, Allen 73,189 Stamp, Robert 52 Stamp, Stephen 73 Stadnefur, Gary 73 Stanforth, Stephen 86,180 Stark, Bruce 73 Stark, Judy 52,150,199,204 Staten, Pamela 73,199 Stauffacher, Dave 52 Stauffacher, Pat 86,14-8 Stearns, Martin 73,190 Steele, Nancy 52,204 Steele, Sally 86 Steffens, Mary 121 Stegenga, Darlene 53,204 Steinhauser, Edward 97 Stenzel, Robert 73,140,200,203 Stenzel, Sandra 97,154 Stephans, Ruth 29,53,144,201,204 Stephens, Scott 98 Stephenson, Lynn 98 Stepp, Richard 53,140,158,189,200, 202,203 Stevens, Chuck 175 Stevenson, Charles 98 Stevenson, James 73 Stevenson, Wendi 86 Stevers, Wendel 98,180 Stewardson, Julia 73,149,194 Stottler, Ken 53,181,190 Stottler, Sharon 98 Stout, Barbara 86,152 Stout, Julia 73,150,199 Stout, Patrick a6,13s,195,2o1 Strang, Daniel 86,153 Strang, Donald 73,151 Strathdee, Daryl 73,158,194 Strathdee, Gene 98,153 Stratton, Rex 73 Strause, Mary Jane 121 Streight, Larry 52,189 Strickland, Anita 73 Strickland, Twyla 86 Struss, Mark 98,153 Stumphy, David 73 Stumphy, Dennis 73 Stumphy, Kathleen 53 Stumphy, Paul 86,162 Sturm, Karin 121 Sturm, Roger 121 Suarez, John 73 Sullivan, Dora 53,190 Sullivan, Judy 98,155,199 Sullivan, Patricia 73 Sullivan, Sue 86 Summers, Carl 102,103 Summers, Charles 86 Summers, Joy 86 Sunken, Marvin 53 Sutliff, Floyd 54 Sutliff, Howard 86 Sutton, Bruce 98 Sutton, Marvin 54,152,218 Svec, Michael 98 Swan, John 86 Swan, Linda 73 Swank, Bernard 54 Swank, Donna 73,109,194 Swank, Linda 86 Swanson, Jim 54 Swanson, Rebecca 98,154 Swanson, William 98 Swarts, Mike 54 Swayze, Diane 54 Swayze, Ronald 98 Sweat, Steven 73 Sweat, Susan 54 Switzer, Dennis 73 Switzer, Janice 54,196 Talbot, Don 54,158,189,203 Tallent, Joyce 54,204 Tank, Michael 73,158 Tank, Patricia 86,197 Tank, Randall 86,148 Thomas Thomas , Charles 86 Gary 55 Thomasi Linda 55,188 Thomas, Marion 98,154 Thomas, Mary 86 Thomas, Roger 86 Thomas, Sue 98 Thompson, Gary 86 Thompson, Nancy 98,153 Thompson, Pam 98,154 Thompson, Peggy 72 Thoreson, Larry 98 Thornton, Judy 55,138,139 Thorton, Peggy 86 Thorp, Paul 73 Thorp, Steve 73 Thurman, Virgil 98,153 Tice, Larry 86 Tice, Linda 55,150 Timbrook, Gary 55 Timbrook, Roy 98 Timbrook, Yvonne 86,201 Tingle, Joe 86,162 Tipsword, Brenda 55 Tisdale, Lynne 86 Tittle, Sharon 98 Togami, Kay 86 Tolliver, Ilene 98,154 Tompkins, Patricia 86,152,201 Townsend, Joan 86 Trammel, Deborah 55,150 Trammel, Vickie 73 Trant, Patrick 98 Trask, James 73 Trego, James 86,138 Trego, Jodie 98,138 Tressel, Mark 73 Tressel, Timothy 73,201 Trice, Michael 86 Trice, Ronald 98 Trice, Wanda 73,149 Tripp, Michael 73 Troeliger, Nancy 155 Trout, James 98 Troutwine, Charles 98 Troutwine, Donna 55 Truelsen, Les 121 Truitt, Carlene 86 Truitt, Charlene 86 Truitt, Marlene 73 Truitt, Pat 98,155 Trujillo, Adela 98,154 Trujillo, Beatrice 73 Trujillo, Nicholett 73,152 Trunnel, Bruce 73,149 Tschopn. Christine 86,185 Tubbs, Melvin 98 Tucker, Ronald 55,60 Turnbough, Judy 98,155 Taylor, Barbara 73,150 Taylor, Connie 73,111,149 Taylor, Craig 86,210 Taylor, Helen 98 Taylor, James 86,153 Taylor, John 98 Taylor, Judy 98 Taylor, Julie 73 Taylor, Kay 73,150 Taylor, Martha 73 Taylor, Mary 73,194,196,197 Taylor, Melvin 73,152 Taylor, Mindy 204 Turner, Cynthia 55,204 Turner, Darrell 55,151,189 Turner, Gayle 98 Turner, Jeff 73 Turner, Turner, Linda 73 Yvonne 86,152 Tyler, Ted 121 Tysklind, Larry 73 Ulery, Ellen 86,149 Underwood, Ronnie 98,153 Upton, Tom 56 k, Mary Ann 98,153 Teague, Carnell 98 Teague, Elizabeth 86 Terhune, Timothy 73,148 Terry, Li Sliniger, Kathy 97 Slonecker, Karen 51,204 Slonecker, Karla 51,204 Small, James 110,121 Small, Joline 51,127,137,144,145,201 Smet, Anne 85,152,195 Smet, Jan 73 Smith, Becky 98 Smith, Brian 85,140,162 Smith, Brian 51 Smith, Carol 52,137,150,151 Smith, Cynthia 52,127,142,145 Smith, Dave 98 Smith, Diane 85 Smith, Ellen 76,85,140,141 Smith, Isabelle 105,121 Smith, James 86 Stewart, James 98,153,180 Stewart, Mardeen 73,205 Stewart, Marsha 98 Stewart, Pat 98,154 Stewart, Tim 194 Stickell Bruce 98 175 180 Stiwell, Russell Stilwell, Russell 53 Stirk, Carol 98 Stirk, Karen 98 Terronez, Alvino 86 Terronez, Celestine 86 Terronez, Darrell 73 Terronez Elena 55 199 204 7 9 9 Terronez, Gunter 86 Terronez Lawrence 73 158 Terronez: Michael 73,194 Terronez Rosendo 73 Terronez: Vincent 98,180 nda 98 Stivers, Elizabeth 86 St. John, Steve 52,180,181 Stodd, Richard 41,53,149 Stone, Charles 86 Stone, Mary Ann 73,188,148 Stone, Michael 98 Stoneburg, Edward 86 Terry. Nancy 86 Teter, Linda 55 Theis, Floyd 98 Theunick, Judy 86,185 Thieme, Victoria 73,152 Thoman, Sue 18,55,127,129,135,136, 137,139,148,194,201,204 Urbaniak, Stephen 86,180 Utter, Patricia 86 Utter, Sharon 56 Vallejo, Anna Marie 86,155 Vallejo, Mary Ann 86,154 VanAusdall, John 73,134,135,137,200 VanAusdall, Joyce 122 VanAwelaer, Theresa 74 VanBeveren, Michael 98,162,180 VanBeveren, Sally 86,155,199 VanBruwaene, Patricia 56 VanBunnen, Loretta 74,152,199 VanBuskirk, Rebecca 86,152 Vandegeest, Laura 98,197 VandeGeest, Mary 74,196 Vandel, Linda 98 VanderBeke, Sue 74,182,183 VandeVen, John 74,108,194 VanDeVoorde, Charles 56 VanDeVoorde, Jay 137,158 VanDeVoorde, Richard 56 VanDeWalke, Eileen 98,154 VanDeWoestyne, Don 56 VanDeWoestyne, Ted 86 VanDyke, Alvin 74 VanDyke, Charles VanDyke, Sue 87 VanGoethem, Ron 98,180 VanHollebeke, J osett 98,155 VanHooser, Carol 74 VanHooser, Jerry 74 VanHooser, Nellie VanHoutte, Eva 123 Wallace, Bill 87,162,172 Wallace, Pat 99 Walt, Peggy 99 Walter, Judith 99 Walters, Adrena 87 Waltman, Amy 87,197 Walz, L. Carl 56 Ward, Dorothy 121 Ward, Mike 87 Ward, Phillip 87,162 Ward, Robert 57 Ward, Steven 99,153 Warden, Rita 152 VanHulle, Gary 64,74,158 VanHulle, Pat 98 VanLanDuyt, Janice 98 VanOteghem, Cindy 56,190 VanOteghem, Terry 87 VanOteghem, Victor 98,153,162,174 Van Raalte, Mary 87 VanTieghem, Carolyn 72,150 VanTieghem, Diane 98,155 VanTieghem, Nancy 56 VanThorre, Douglas 87,149,162 VanThorre, Jeff 74 VanTieghem, Denise 87 VanValkenburg, L. C. 121 VanVoltenburg, Gregory 74 VanWassenhove, Larry 87 VanWatermeulen, Eugene 98 Vaughn, Jim 175 Vaughn, Philip 56 Vaughn, Tim 98 Veliz, Anthony 121,163 Verdick, Steven 74,158,200 VerHeecke, Larry 74 Verheecke, Nancy 98,154 Vermast, Allan 74 Vermast, Marvin 87 Vermere, Robert 74,189 Verness, Boletta 87 Verplaetse, Randall 74 Vershaw, Ella 56 Versluys, David 99 Versluys, Dennis 56,158 Versluys, Diane 98,155 Versluys, Linda 87,197 Versluys, Patty 74 Verstraete, Robert 74 Vervenne, Anna 98 Veryzer, Lucia 87,155,197 Veys, Brenda 87 Vickers, Bill 87 Vickers, Don 56,158,160,203 Vickro David 87 Ware, Ted 57 Warner, Jerris 121 Warner, Steven 99 Warren, Cindy 99 Warren, Jerry 57 Warren, Jonathan 87 Warren, Mary 132 Warren, Rita 87 Warren Thomas 87 153 Warreni Tim 57,151, Washington, Kay 87 Washington, Phyllis 57 Wassell, Carol 74,148 Wassell, Wesley 99 Wasson, Alexander 121 Wasson, Alex 99,180 Watson, Brenda 57 Watson, Gary 99 Watson, Gary Lynn 99 White, Henry 99,174 White, Jennie 122 White, Keith 87 Whitmarsch, Thomas 87,153,180 Whitmer, Gary 99 Whitmore, Sherri 58 Whitney, Kirk 58 Whitney, Thomas 87 Whittington, Brenda 99,140,154 Whittington, Connie 74,150 Wiatt, Deborah 87,152,201 Wiborg, Richard 87 Wickham, Lyle 87 Wickiser, Florence 121 Wieland, Jeffrey 99 Wiemers, Joyce 58 Wiemers, Sherry 99 Wierenga, Shirley 153,199 Wiker, Steve 58 Wilburn, Deborah 99 Wilcox, Gloria Maire 58 Wild, Marlo 99 Wilder, Cynthia 87,197 Wilder, Sherry 74 Wildermuth, Cynthia 58,199 Wildermuth, Mary 87,201 Wilkens, Linda 87,154 Wilkinson, Cheryl 74 Willaert, David 58 Willaert, Deborah 99 Willcox, Milton 87,162 Willemarck, Pam 58 Wood, Mary Beth 155 Wood, Mary Lou 99 Wood, Milburn 99 Wood, Robert 87 Woods, Woods, Bruce 99,174 David 99 Woods, Jeff, 87 Woods, Wayne 87,162 Woodworth, Bruce 87 Woodworth, Thomas 74 Wortz, Judith 74,194,201 Wozniak, Martin 87 Wray, Nancy 87,201 Wren, Allan 99 Wren, Carl 99 Wriedt, Linda 59 Wright, Cindy 74 Wright, Eugenia 74,152 Wright, Nancy 59,150 Wright, Rebecca 99,185 Wright, Ronald 74 Wright, Virgil 74 Wright Sally 87 Wyant,,Dwain 60 Wyant, Mary 99 Yates, Charles 99,174 Yates, Larry 87 Ybarra, Elizabeth 74 Ybarra, Larry 60,203 Ybarra, Mary 154 Ya Vickroy, Pam 56 Vidmar, Kathy 99 Vidmar, Michael 87 Virnig, Steve 74,112,164 Visconi, Gerald 74 Voltz, Elizabeth 74 Voltz, Mary 99 Vozikis, Dino 87 Vretis, Frank 99 Vretis, Francis 74 Vuckis, Kathleen 74,201 Vyncke, Barbara 87,123,178 Vyncke, Sandra 74 Vyncke, Therese 74,178 Wagner, Carol 74 Waggener, James 74 Waldron, Charlene 199 Waltman, Amy 87 Waldron, Charlene 74 Watson, Patricia 87,154 Watson, Terry 57 Watters, Brian Weaver, Dale 74 Weaver, Lois 74 Weaver, Sue 57,204 Webb, Deborah 74,148 Webb, Sherry 99,140,155 Weber, John Weideman, Norma 87 Weidman, Constance 99,154 Weidman, Donald 87 Weidman, Robert 57,151 Weinert, Frank 57 Weinert, Mary 123 Weinert, Sandra 58,137,149,204 Weinert, Vincent 99,162 Weissmann, James 74 Welge, Diana 99 Wellman, Beverly 74 Weller, Judy 87 Wells, Mona 74 Wells, Wendy 58 Wendel, Pam 99,155 Wesolowski, Linda 99 Wessel, Max 121 West, Paula 74 Westbrook, Dennis 87 Westbrook, Ken 58 Westbrook, Larry 99,174 Westerlund, Gerald 99 Westervelt, Jim 58,203 Westervelt, Kenneth 74,164 Wheeler, William 121 Whipple, Terry 99 Whitaker, Michele 87 Whitaker, Pattian 74 Whitbeck, Christi 99,155 Whiteanack, Mike 58,158 Whitcanack, Patrick 74 White, Angeline 99 White, Eleanor 121 White, Eldon 74,190 Willems, Richard 74 Willey, Rick 74 Williams, Andrea 87,152,195 Williams, Brenda 99,154 Williams, Charles 58,148 Williams, Corabel 87,152 Williams, Daniel 59 Williams, David 74 Williams, Eddie 59,158,200,202,203 Williams, Joel 99 Williams, Mallie 122 Williams, Ricky 74 Williams, Ronald 59,158,200,203 Williams, Ronda 87 Williams, Tom 74 Williamson, Jeri 87 Willis, Gregory 99 Willis, Ricky 74,152 Willis, Robert 99 Wilson, Chuck 74,158,159 Wilson, Donnie 59 Wilson, Glenn 103 Wilson, Jim 99 Yeargle, Richard 60,129,158,160 Yigas, John 87 York, Cheryle 87 York, Delores 99 York, Libby 87,154 York, Wendy 74 Younge, Dorn W. 122 Young, Edward 99 Young, JoAnn 60 Young, Sue 99,155 Young, William 87 Yuknis, Larry 87 Yuknis, Margaret 99 Ysais, Ricardo 87 Yusk, Cynthia 76,87 Yusk, Richard 74 Zacha, Janet 122 Zaehringer, Allen 60 Zaehringer, Harlod 74 Zaehringer, Sue 99 Zagert, Steve 87 Zanatello, Gloria 99,154 Zanetello, Melody 60 Wilson, Lee 72,74 Wilson, Mack 59 Wilson, Mary 99 Wilson, Robert 87,162 Wilson, Wallace 122 Winchester, Darlene 99,155 Wingert, Dennis 87 Wise, Stephen 99,153 Wisham, Edward 99,162 Witt, Steven 87 Witt, Victoria 99 Witte, Geraldyne 99,197 Wolfe, Barbara 87,195 Womack, Jeff 137 Womack, Virginia 74 Wonderlich, Susan 59,150 Woner, J Ohn 59,164,203 Wood, Heather 59,204 Wood, James 74 Wood, Lela 99,155 Zaragoza, Zaragoza, Zaragoza, Henry 87 Pamela 87,152 Rueben 99 Zarrogoza, Thomas 99,153 162 180 Zegarac, Kathy 87,152 Zentz, Deana 87 Zepeda, Abiel 87,174 Zesiger, Robert 122 Ziegler, Larry 87 Ziegler, Linda 154 Ziegler, Stephanie 99 Zimmerman, Al 122 Zimmerman, Janice 87,178 185 Zimmerman, June 60,204 Zora, Dan 60,129,14-0,158 161 202 203 Zora, Linda 87,152,201 Zucco, J acklyn 87 Zucco, Tony 99 Zvonik, Jack 99 Millard W. Pratt ln Memoriam Mr. Millard W. Pratt was for 36 years an energetic and devoted teacher in the UTHS science department. Mr. Pratt received his Bachelor of Science degree from Wesleyan University in 1927 and his Master of Science degree from Colorado State College in 1940. He began his teaching career at UTHS in 1930 and influenced the lives of many of his students. At the time of his death on November 2, 1966, Mr. Pratt was a teacher of Freshman Science classes and the director of the audio-visual department. In the fall of 1966 he intro- duced the Kiwanis Club at UTHS and was functioning as its sponsor. He was one of the founders of the Bio-Chem- Ics Science Club and was for many years its sponsor. Active in the community, Mr. Pratt was a member of the East Moline Lodge No. 969, the East Moline Kiwanis Club, and the Rock Island-Scott County Science and Mathematics Teachers Association. Time to Remember Concern shows on the face of Sue VanderBeke during a tense moment in the game. But so quickly, our year, with its problems and joys, comes to an end. Before we realize it, the gates to the foot- ball field are locked, the last chapter in the textbook is completed, the final edition of the newspaper is out and the yearbook is distributed. Many of us will be back again next year with new prob- lems and new goals, with another chance to fulfill dreams. Others of us have completed our final year at United Township High School and will go on to undertake new responsibilities and face new challenges. The strains of Pomp and Circumstance fill the audi- torium, the line moves slowly but quickly as the seniors proceed through the commencement ending not only their high school days but also their days of adolescence. Now We move on to colleges and jobs and our separate Ways, tied together through common experiences. But we will never forget this year at United Township, a time of chal- lenge, laughter, study, and accomplishment, a time for us. The 1967 Skyline staff. 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