Valparaiso High School - Valenian Yearbook (Valparaiso, IN)

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The 1960 Senior Class of Valparaiso High School Valparaiso, Indiana presents THE VALENIAN Volume 44 V. H. S. ON THE MOVE According to the laics of nature, there is movement at all times. This movement is not confined to any particular section of the world, country, city, or toum; neither does it mean any special type of movement. There is movement so ' small that it. is hidden from the human eye; hut, there is also a very noticeable movement: the movement of people going to and from one place and another through the events of everyday life. In school life there are many sights and sounds that prove this. Scurrying feet over the hall floors and up and down stairs in the five minutes break between classes, basketballs bouncing and fans waving -wildly as they ready themselves for plenty of action, pens moving rapidly over paper or fingers busily pecking away on type- writers, shuffling of feet and tapping of pen- cils as the clock nears “bell time,” these and many more movements make up the busy, everyday schedule iti the lives of all at V.H.S. Contents Opening 1-9 Academic 10-31 Album 32-69 Activities 70-79 Athletics 98-117 Index 118-120 “ Which way do we turn next? " Junior and Senior officers frantically ask as they lead the Grand March. Shangri-La Shangri-la, presented by the Class of 1960, was the theme of the Junior-Senior Prom. It was held on May 15, 1959. The couples entered Boucher Gymnasium through a span of cherry blossoms over a white bridge. As they journeyed through the Japanese garden, they saw gaily painted Japanese screens, a gold and black pagoda in the center, and a mural of a small city in the distance. The sky presented a blue mist above the garden. Music was presented by the Phi Mu Cru Band of Ball State Teach- ers College. A happy evening in Shangri-la was memorable to all. 4 Homecoming The annual Homecoming game was held on September 18, against Gary Froebel. After the game the students attended the traditional Homecoming Dance. The court was announced by the 1958 Junior class president, Jim Donley. Barbara Bolles was the first to approach the throne to the tune of " Stardust.” Paula Snodgrass, escorted by Gary Marten and Tom Dean, was followed by Herta Dravininkas who was escorted by Bob Gore and Bob Gahl. Ed Swanson and Jim Loayza escorted Brenda Johnson. Last to step into the spotlight was Lynne Miller, escorted by Bob Boling. Sandy Sweet, Crownbearer, and Lee Black, Scepterbearer, preceded the Queen. Approaching the throne to become the 1959 Homecoming Queen was Marianne McKellips. Football co-captains Jim Donley and Dick Ebersold crowned the Queen. “ Smile for the picture!” Senior girls wait anxiously in the gym lobby for the moment to come when they can perform the annual senior girls’ skit— a pre-Home- coming game amusement. 6 7 ' 4 " W 1 Letitia Lawler, 1959 Spring Beauty Queen, was crowned by co-captains Dave Kreider and Scotty Ward at the annual Valpo Relays, which were held on April 28, 1959. The court, from left to right, is Tish Law- ler, Judy Jolley, Carol Eckert, Susanne deSimon, Pat O ' Mal- ley and Sharon Meyer. It was chosen by the members of the track team. The spectators at- tending the Relays elected the gueen. Colorful corsages of daisies were presented by the Pep Club to the court. Spring Beauty Highlights Track Sectionals QUEEN TISH 8 The last feiv minutes find Seniors reminiscing over their past four years at V.H.S. The Class of 19 " 9 is the first class to hold baccalaure- ate exercises in the new Valparaiso University Chapel. The End of the Beginning Thursday evening, June 4, 1959, V.H.S. bid Success? " The graduation exercises were adieu to 177 seniors, the largest graduating also highlighted by an address, " Forever Dis- class in Viking history. Not only was it the satisfied, " by Dr. R. J. Humbert, President of largest class, but no doubt one of the most DePauw University. Immediately following versatile, for besides boasting four semi-final- Dr. Humbert ' s speech, Principal King Telle ists in the National Merit Scholarship Test, presented the diplomas to the awaiting the seniors were largely responsible for one grads-to-be. of the finest years V.H.S. has witnessed in Then came the moment which signified basketball and cross-country. the passage from seniors to graduate— the The graduating seniors had chosen as their turning of the, tassels. The members of the commencement representative Bob Shank- " class of 1959 were now alumnae, land, who spoke on his topic, " Passport to Valedictorian and Salutatorian 9 ACADEMIC Those hands— what do they do all day long f Xo matter whose they are. you can bet their actions accomplished many, many things throughout the school day. They could be feverishly scribbling out that last-minute as- signment. Or shuffling fiantii alls through the disordered locker as “bell lime " approaches. Perhaps they are deliberately beginning that dreaded unit lest, or hurriedly finishing that “unfair, " unexpected pop quiz. While these hands are doing so many things in a day at V.H.S., there other hands at work, but in a different way. How many times each day do these strong, helfring, teaching hands guide aright the younger, immature one. so that some day, they too may be strong! Mr. Mann Spitler, Jr., president of the board, is an electrician at Faded Electric in Gary. Mr. Morris Groverman, district manager of the Northern Indiana Public Service Company, is vice president. Mrs. Anne Niequist, secretary, is a housewife and former Valparaiso elementary teacher. Mr. Joseph Durand, the treasurer, is vice-president of the First Federal Savings and Loan Association. Mr. Preston Platt, the fifth mem- ber of the board, is district man- ager of the General Telephone Company. Mrs. Jolley and Mrs. Richard serve as receptionist and secretary to the Superintendent, Mr. G. Warren Phillips. 12 Mr. G. Warren Phillips, Superintend- ent of Valparaiso Community Schools, is the executive officer of the Board of Education. He sees to it that the laws of the state and policies of the board are carried out. Other responsibilities include the improvement of curriculum and management of personnel and fi- nances. Mr. Phillips is constantly im- proving the school system and through his efforts the Valparaiso Community Schools have become highly rated in Indiana. Mr. Phillips graduated from De Pauw University where he received his Bachelor of Arts, and from Indiana University where he received his Mas- ter ' s Degree. The Board of Education is chosen from the citizens of the community be- cause of their prominence in civic af- fairs and their special interest in the school system. They are elected for varying terms of two, three, and four years by the City Council. The Board makes the laws concerning the schools, and these laws are enforced by the School Superintendent, Mr. Phillips. Mr. Telle as principal of V.H.S. has endless duties in keeping the school running smoothly. He is eager to help any student with a problem and is ad- mired and respected by the whole stu- dent body for his warm smile and for his support of scholastics, social, and athletic activities. Mr. Telle received his A.B. from Hanover College and his M.S. from Indiana University. Valparaiso High School was indeed fortunate when he accepted the responsibility of becoming its principal. 13 Mr. Roberts as Industrial Coordinator of V.H.S., spends his time supervising the main- tenance of city schools and school construction. He re- ceived his B.S. degree from Ball State Teachers College and his M.A. from Iowa State College. “They Guide Us On.” Working side by side with Mrs. Betty Price, secretary to Mr. Telle, are these girls. From left to right are Paula Jameson, Diane De Grazia, Lynne Miller, Rachel Fischer, and Emily Grubb. 14 Mr. James Mundy, the assist- ant principal, aids Mr. Telle in the solution of administrative problems and has complete charge of attendance. Another of his duties is to keep track of the lockers and their combina- tions. Mr. Mundy is the spon- sor of the Student Council. He also directs the hall monitors. He received his B.S. and M.A. from Ball State Teachers Col- lege. His secretaries are (from left to right): Mrs. Tofte, S. But- terfield, H. Oliver, C. Binder, D. Dierson, B. Bolles, A. Swihart, (seated) S. Kline, I. Zeman. Mr. Henkel, director of the guidance department, acts as an advisor to the students by helping them plan their educa- tional program. Each year he interviews each student to find out his interests and abilities. By using the results of tests and the information gathered from personal interviews, he advises the students in their vo- cational selection. Mr. Henkel al- so collects information from col- lege and universities through- out the country, which is avail- able to all. Mr. Henkel received his A.B. from Valparaiso Uni- versity and his M.A. from North- western University. His secre- taries are (from left to right): Mrs. Tofte, C. Stevens, B. Kuehl, P. Powell, P. Underwood, M. Youngren, B. Brookover, A. Benell, A. Haines. 15 “You should have been at the beach, kids,” says a group of Mr. Conkling’s English 5 students, as they portray “Beatniks” at a beach party, in pantomime. Our Able Faculty “Very very good! " exclaims Miss Black as she grades one of her freshman English student’s pa- pers. “Papers and more papers!” says Mrs. Bowman, who teaches Eng- lish 1 8c 2, 3 8c 4. “Schmoid!” Mr. Brown explains the paper wad as “Schmoid” to his 7 , 8 Senior English classes. Mrs. Conkling has “Great Ex- pectations” for her freshman English students. “Do your stuff” is a famous quo- tation at V.H.S. of Mr. Conkling. He teaches English 3 8: 4, 5 8: 6. “El tu, Grume?” And you too will study “Caesar” if you have Mr. Crum for English 4. In Urging Us On “Schweigen Sie, bitte!” means, “Now class” in Mr. Hummel’s German 1 8: 2 class. Mr. Hum- mel also teaches English 5 : 6. “On your mark, get set, go!” In addition to Personal Typing and Typing 1, Mr. Rump teaches General Business and Business English. “See, English CA : be fun.” Miss Shauer teaches English 1 2, 3 8: 4. 17 “ Pronounce it “O-o-o-o,” says Gallia est omnes divisa in partes Mrs. Bauer who teaches Spanish. tres is commonly heard in Miss Craig’s Latin classes. Donates Extra Time. . Three strikes and you’re out! 3 orvonv. 18 “You must see it in the mind be- “Work with the grain, boys.” Mr. fore you can draw it on paper,” Brammel teaches Wood Shop, says Mr. Rhoda who teaches Me- chanical and Architectural Draw- ing. Guiding and Directing Us. . . Craftsmanship is accuracy! Mr. Pifer, teacher of Machine Shop, checks the drawing for his boys. 19 Conducting Classes . . . “Wliat did you say that answer was?” Mr. Wiggins teaches General Busi- ness, Business Law, and Driver’s Training. “Now let’s back out slowly today.” Stimulating the Pursuit of Learning . . . “A-S-D-F-J-K-L-Semi,” repeats Mr. Johnson hour after hour to his typing classes. He also teaches bookkeeping. 22 Where to go .. . what to do ... is the main thought of these Senior boys as they gaze through college bulletins. Building Character • • • “ Please bring your library boohs bach on time, " is the plea of Mrs. Decker, ' the school librarian. 23 Interpolate is one of the many new expressions heard by Mr. Eiler’s math classes. Sines, cosines, and tangents. These are some of the things taught in Mr. Ellis’s math classes. Lending a Helping Hand to Students 24 Sponsoring Social Activities . Freshman class sponsor, Mr. Wiggins; Junior class Senior class sponsors, Mr. Hildreth, Mr. Schnepf, sponsors, Mr. Hummel and Mr. Brammel; Sopho- and Mr. Williams, more class sponsor, Mr. Conkling. Facts, Figures, and Fun. Miss Green combines all of these into her algebra classes. X-j -Y=Z. Miss Huber taught first semester Algebra. “Now why can zve do this?” asks Mr. Maiers of his goemetrv and general math students. “Let’s see what America is doing today.’’ Mr. Schnepf is a teacher of Economics and U. S. History. “Take this down in your notebook; it’s very important,” says Mr. Hildreth teaches Civics and Sociol- ogy- Combining Classes with “Now close your book and ponder the nature of man. " Mr. Ciciora teaches World History. Facts and Fun “Get the idea? " Mr. Schenck prods his students on in U. S. history class. “When the peace conference met in Paris . . . explains Mr. Rich- ardson to his students of Economic Geography and U. S. History. Grading Papers, Recording Grades Sir, would you please repeal that statement for the benefit of your television audience? • • 27 “This is an example of our next proj- ect ’ points out Mr. Cain, the art teacher. “I was really proud of this one,” smiles Mr. Miller, the Band Director. Is the Guiding Force “Softly now,” says Mr. Dunn U ' ho teaches Choir. “ Some of the better-made blouses will be put on display,” states Miss Weems, readier of Home Economics. Behind the Scenes School’s out, but only for a fire drill. “Students, come take a look at this, " directs Mr. Miller, biology teacher. “No class, that’s not a maple leaf, that’s a sassafras, " smiles Mrs, Bush as she corrects her biology classes Preparing Today’s Youth This plant food really works! 30 For Tomorrow’s Challenge “The atom is made up of neu- trons, protons, and electrons,” explains Mr. Williams, chemis- try teacher. Mind over matter! Light is considered to be a form of energy .... Mr. Apgar teaches Physics and Algebra. ALBUM It seems as though all the kids in Valpo can be found at Brownies after a V.H.S. football, or bas- ketball game! So many kids, in fact, that it’s a real problem to locate a seat. These teens obviously don’t spend all their time at Brownies , though. No sir, they’re a busy group, for there is school, plus that part-time job, a Saturday night date, and countless other things to keep a high-schooler mov- ing. But that’s the real story of students today, we guess— Teens on the Move. At First Just out tor a breath of fresh air. The class of 1963 got into the swing of things by electing their class officers who are as follows: A1 Gott, president; Dave Carlson, vice-president; Cherie Pierce, secretary; and Bob Eiler, treasurer. A bit bewildered at first, they stepped into our hearts by participating in the various ac- tivities and by proving their scholastic ability. As usual they encountered many prob- lems such as getting acquainted with the school and its members, learning how to use their lockers, and the leaf searching which is required for biology. Though they ' ll always remember their freshman year, they are now ready to take the role of sophomores. Dean Affeld Bill Allison John Anderson Peggy Anderson Michael Anselm Steve Archer Jimmy Asztalos Linda Atwell Sharon Babcock David Bach Sara Barry Michael Beebe David Bennett Robert Bennett Carol Benton Ralph Berrier Ronald Biggs Thomas Biggs Jeanette Binder Patricia Blachly Bruce Bogan Carol Boran Charles Boyd Barbara Brookover 34 The Freshmen Faltered Ralph Brown Shirley Brown Phyllis Burrus David Butterfield Mary Campolattara Thomas Carlin David Carlson Jerry Casbon Ronald Casbon James Chester Ralph Chester Gale Christman Carry Christman Mary Jo Cluck Arlaine Cole Glenn Cole Mary Coleman Robert Conteford William Comeford Gary Conner Ida Cooper Sandra Copper Verna Crook Samuel Culp l.inda Cunningham Theodore Cuson Richard Daly Chris Davison Diann DeArmitt John Deckro Rebecca Denison Steve Denison Philip Deters Cheryl Doelling Larry DuBois Jane Ebersold Sharol Eckley Joseph Edwards Paul F.hnes John Eichenseher Robert Eiler Donna Elsten Diana Fischer Mary Fischer Sharon Fitzgerald Larrv Fivecoat Noritta Flitter Diane Follis Wf | 35 Before the Open Doors n c. Gretchen Foote Parrill Forbes Phil Frailey Janet Froberg David Froenicke Donald Fronek Richard Fryer Ruth Fulton Thomas Furr Alan Gaines James Gant jim Getz Joanne Getz Patricia Gillespie Dennis Gloff Allan Gott Dennis Grady Gerald Graham Patricia Gregory Isabel Haggerty Richard Haines Gerald Hall Jacquelyn Hall Ronald Hanna Sandra Hanna Judy Hardesty Linda Harkin Elsie Harrell Patrick Harrington Hal Hart Kathleen Hart Betty Harvey Patricia Hawkins Robert Hemmersbach Patricia Hennessey Ingrid Hennig Patricia Hewlett Lawrence Hicks Barbara Hill Linda Hill Judith Hofferth Daryl Holst Elaine Honzik James Hoover Janet Horak Joan Horak Thomas Hutton Shirley Hyatte 36 Of V.H.S. Melodye Jain Jean Jensen Constance Johnson Rosemary Johnson Beth Jones Diane Jones Harold King Dennis Kitchen Richard Klein Ralph Knoblock Karen Knudsen Phebe Kolasinski Hans Kratz Eunice Kroenke Bonnie I.amberson Walter Lamberson Sharon Lambert Karen Larson Charles X.arue Allan Lawrence Glenn Lawrence Gerald I.egler Karen Lemstcr Carol Liggett Thomas Ling 1 nomas Linkimer Julie Lintner Sharon Linton Dave Long Allen Ludington Carol Makovsky Denzil Manago Rosemary Maple |ari Marsden truce Martin Gene Meller.thin Douglas Mertz Arthur Miller Phyllis Miracle Morris Mohler David Moser John Murvihill Mary McCasland Charles McMeans Irma McMeans Jane Nelson Lynn Newell Vinent Nicholas 37 But Now They Are Susan Nielsen David Niendorf Jackie Peck Cheri Peirce Donna Peters Frances Peters John Pinkerton Stephen Platt Leah Powell Colin Racette Barbara Raines Stephen Randall Ronald Reed ' Cecil Richards Mike Rickman Christine Robinson David Robinson Sharon Rowland 38 A Part Of Us Suzanne Rucker Mary Saar John Sanford Margaret Savage David Schau Craig Schenker Madelon Schroeder Dale Schultz Bonnie Sefton Laurieanne Shufflebotham Patricia Sievers Richard Sims Pat Slavey Pam Smith Edward Soliday Barbara Spruitenburg John Steel Mary Stinchfield Sara Swanson Jack Swelsted Tom Swihart Laura Sybicki Gene Taiclet Charles Tally Carol Tilton Glenn Todd Valerie Townsend Terry Tracy Sharon Troxel Suzanne Underwood Theresa Urbans Cinda Urschel Elena Urschel Carol Waldschmidt Sandra Weichert Marsha Weideman Garnet Weinstein Kathern West James White Richard White Bill Wickersham Thomas Wienke Barbara Williams Glen Wilt Terry Wood Virginia Woods Dianne Zulich Sandra Zywanoski 39 Sophomores At the completion of a success- ful year, the members of the class of 1962 are waiting anxiously for their class rings and becom- ing upperclassmen. During the year the sophomores took an active part in the various organ- izations of V.H.S. and also con- tributed many athletes to various sports. Heading this year ' s class was president, Steve Werm- crantz; vice - president, Brenda Brown; secretary, Mary Green; and treasurer, Nita Flowers. Hot off the press! Reading a copy of the Valpost are the Sophomore class officers from left to right: Juanita Flowers, treasurer; Steve Wermcrantz, president; Mary Green, sec- retary; and Brenda Brown, vice president. Sandra Anderson Don Arnold Judy Ashbaugh Larry Atwell Frank Ball John Ballmer Barbara Berlin Beverly Berndt Carol Bernhart Jim Bernhart Robert Berrier William Betts Jon Bankert Pat Barnes Winifred Bartok Diane Batchelor Doris Bednar Elizabeth Bentley John Bevan Loren Biggs Pauline Biggs Richard Bilic Robert Bird Karen Blastick Better Acquainted . . . Ed Boling Ron Boyer Mary Brindle Charlotte Brocksmith Pat Broton Brenda Brown Kay Brown Sarah Brown Elmer Brumbaugh August Bucci Geoff Bucher Kathleen Bucher Barbara Bush Pamela Buxton Carolyn Case Eenora Chandler John Christman Jerry Cleveland Mike Clifford Anna Clouse Dale Cole Sharon Cooper Walter Cropper Betty Crum Sheila Dayton Michael Decker Steven Denison Judy de Simon Paul Doelling Susan Dorris James Douglas Richard DuFallo David Duncan Dennis Duncan Roger Dunkelbargcr Norman Dygert James Eckert Edward Eddingtom Jelene Eick Donna Emerson John Ferrar Edward Fetla Donna Kindling Robert Fleming Juanita Flowers Judith Frey Kim Froberg Mary Ann Frogge 41 More at Ease . . . Joann Fulton Ray Gaedtke David Gingerich Judy Glanders Marvin Good Thomas Goede Lois Gray Patricia Gray Mary Green Steve Gregory Ted Griffith Jacki Groverman Marcia Guilford Pamela Gustafson William Haefling Margaret Hall William Hamilton Kathleen Harrington Marcia Harris Phyllis Harris Diane Hassel Charles Hayes Wayne Heimberg Janet Heinold George Heinz Gayle Heiser Frances Heltnan William Hildreth Carole Hill Charles Hill Martha Holmgren Dennis Howard Anna Howe Janet Huber Edward Ihnat Pat Ireland James Irons Kenneth Jankowski Sharon Jankowski David Jensen John Jessep Charles Johnson Jill Johnson Roy Johnson Sarah Johnson Terry Johnston Jane Jolley Judith Jones 42 Eager to Participate l.inda Jones Robert Jones Annette Jopes Sheric Kaplan Mike Karamesines Philip Kautz Sails Kazlauski Sails Kcehn Keith King Sharon Kinne William Knopp Janet Kocppcn Dasida Kornblith James Koselke James Krachey Karl Kratz John Kretzmann Charles Krieger Arlene Kruse Bill Kttehl Jane Lamb Sue l.amberson ( ieorge Landgrebe Patricia Lattbe Kathleen l.ightcap Ralph Lindholm Juds Maguire Theodore M akossks Fred Manage Arlene Mandernach What are they looking at? Members of the sophomore class are gazing at the styles of class rings which they are about to order. 43 Look Ahead . . . Cathy Marrell Barbara Maudlin Richard Maudlin Donald Mead Frank Miller Fred Miller Gerald Miller James Miller Earl Millspaugh Larry Mitchell Neal Molengraft Marlin Monroe Sally Myers Jerry Nelson Donna Newell Denise Nicholas Sandra Nichols Ralph O ' Keefe James Olin Robert O’Malle; Steve O ' Neill Marsha Parry David Perry Robert Perry Diane Peterson David Peuquet Douglas Pierce Connie Podell Janet Poehler Josette Ponader Joan Powell Stephen Powell David Prahl Marilyn Price Clyde Prowant Margie Pullins Flenry Quintero Linda Rechlin Mary Reed James Richmond Edward Rickman Ronald Ripley Terry Ripley Betty Robbins Donna Robey Pat Rockwell Diane Rugg Frances Saar 44 to the Future Sharon Sacks Thomas Schneegas Donald Sechler Martin Seeiig Judy Shain Nancy Sherman Pete Shively John Shook Reginald Short Rusta Showalter Mike Shurr Jeffrey Sievers Georgia Snyder Linda Stahl Paul St. Clair Glenda Stevens Nancy Stockman George Sullivan Gay Sutherland Kathleen Swisher Ronald Thompson Toby Tincher Chuck Tomczak Vendo Toming Thomas Topper Rodney Townsend Paul Trinosky Ron Villeneuve Susan Villiaume Allen Vinikour Terry Vitoux Stephen Vogt Gregory Walsh Karin Weber Steven Wertncrantz Jody Wheele Eileen White Marilyn White Dan Whitler Janet Williamson Sally Williamson Rosemary Wilson William Witters 45 Juniors. . . The election of class officers .started off a year filled with many activities for the Class of 1961. Bob Kitchen was chosen as president, Jerry Prentiss as vice-president, Janet Eckert as secre- tary, and Sharyl Stoltz as treasurer. Class rings arrived right on schedule in the first part of September. As 1959 drew to a close the Juniors began planning the great event of 1960 — the Prom. Class spirit was at its highest peak as the Juniors discussed themes, made arrangements, and finally decor- ated the gym for the biggest formal dance of the entire year. As the school year ended, the members of the Junior class reflected fond memories of their first three years of high school, and anticipated, somewhat regretfully, their last year at V.H.S. Roberta Adamski Marian Allison Alice Anderson Jeffery Anderson Linda Anderson Harold Andresen Paul Ashbaugh Lawrence Astrologes Ray Auble Richard Babcock Susan Backus Norma Barnett Joanne Bay Charlotte Beach Dennis Beach Bruce Benninghoff David Bernard Charlene Berndt William Biggs Judith Billings Ronald Boling Alice Boyd Judith Brajcki Jerry Britton 46 Excitement of Class Rings Jeanette Broadhurst Janet Brown Allen Buchanan Dave Burrus Curt Bush William Callahan Richard Carmichael William Carmichael Dennis Casbon James Cavan Michael Cavinder Dan Chester Jim Chester Harold Christman Brian Christy Terry Church Steve Claussen Jerry Colburn Terry Collings Harley Collins Clara Coolman Margaret Corcoran Larry Crisman Raymond Crum Christy Csaba John Davies Carol Davis Mary Ellen Dayton Mary Ann Dean Caryn Decker William Deckro Diane DeGrazia Clara deSimon Fred Deters Clarence Doelling Jim Dommer Glenn Dowd Ken Dowd Jessie Dresden Douglas Dye James Dye Janice Eades Janet Eckert Diann Eder Fred Ehnes Gene Eldridge Greer Ellenberger Patricia Evans 47 Participation in Activities Qll ' NIA £L v James Ferguson Sharon Fitch Mary Ellen Fitzgerald Linda F ' ollis Joe Foncannon Richard Foreman Dave Frailey Rogene Fro berg Charles Frogge Janice Fry Judy Fryer Arthur German Philip Goede Eugene Good Robert Graebner Robert Graham Martha Green William Guillautn Carole Guilder Jack Gutt Cheryl Haley William Hall Robert Hallbcrg Cynthia Hanchar Paul Hathaway Margaret Hawkins Jim Hcffcrnan Sandra Henderson David Herron Gorden High Ian Edwin Hill Donald Hodsdcn Dawn Hoeg John Holmgren Diane Horak Bonnie Hough Roger Howard Charlotte Huber Lawrence Huber Linda Huff Carol Hughart Robert Huniphrei Patricia Hurley Richard Hygh William Ihnat Fred Ingram Paula Jameson Dennis Johnson 48 Suzanne Johnson Bertie Jolley Daniel Jones Tim Jones Dean Kahney Mary Kaltenbach Robert Kitchen Marcia Koepke George Krause Susan Krause Wayne Kroenke Vincent Kuebrich Judith Kyes Sue Lambert Thomas Lambert Donna Langrebe Larry Lane Jeanette Larcon James Lasko Rita Lasko Carl Lawrence Joann Lawrence Debra Leets Judith Leib Larry Linton Elizabeth Lite Kathryn Long Catherine Ludington Marvin Ludington Dennis Magid Standing on the corner Planning the Junior- Senior Prom Preparing Themselve Marie Mandernach Gilbert Mankin Carole Marshall Judy Martin Barry Meyerowitz Norman Miller Terry Miller Judy Miracle Bennie Mitchell Judith Mohler Cathy Moneypcnny Joanne Montague Carolyn Montoney Jackie Morris Patrick Murphy Frances Murvihill Georganne McDonald Charles McKean Renee Nallenweg Martha Neal Robert Nelson Sharon Nichols Diane Olas Nancy Oliver 50 for Their Final Year Charles Parsons Richard Partlow Emil Pedersen Roger Pedersen Ronald Perkins Barbara Peters Lawrence Pierce Thomas Pierce Herbert Pietsch Jerry Prentiss Thomas Prentiss Jamelyn Raber Thomas Ranck Barbara Randall Robert Rhodes Lawrence Ricketts Jerry Ripley Herbert Risto Karen Rohn John Ronneau Michael Rusch Millicent Sabo Patricia Schroeder Paul Schuessler Elizabeth. Schultz Gerald Schwaller Charles Schwanholt Wyckham Seelig Karlene Sells Sarah Sexton Richard Shearer Orville Shearhod Richard Short George Shull Barbara Shupe Sandra Sievers William Sievers Edward Silhavy John Silhavy LarTy Smith Robert Smith Fiona Spruitenburg Peter Stager Edith Stalbaum Jerry Stalbaum Keith Stanton Gilbert Stephens Loretta Stevens 51 at V.H.S. Robert Stinnett Sharyl Stoltz John Stoner Judith Stowers Robert Swisher Rose Tamer Richard Telle Sheryl Thorgren Janice V ' an Asdall Pat Wagner Olivia Wallace Charles Washburn Virginia Webb Marilyn Wehner Richard Weichert Jerry West Cheryl Wheeler Earl Wheeler Paul White Sharon Whitton David Wieggel Larry Will John Williams Harold Wilson Jeffrey Wilson John Witters Michael Zulich 52 “Gee! is that what we did last meeting?” asks Jim Donley, treasurer, Gary Marten, vice president and Ed Swanson, President as secretary Sally Jox, reviews the minutes. As the members of the Class of 1960 de- part from the halls of V.H.S., they will take with them many memories of their four years in high school. As freshmen, the Class of 1960 spent most of their spare time searching for leaves and pondering over first year algebra. Bewildered at first, they soon got acquainted with the school rou- tine and began joining clubs. The big mo- ment in their sophomore year was the se- lection of class rings. As juniors, the Class of ' 60 became responsible upperclassmen who were busy with many various activi- ties. They attended the annual Speech Ban- quet and planned the Junior-Senior Prom. Finally, the class became Seniors with all the honors that belong to a graduating class. The Senior class was led by its offic- ers; President Ed Swanson, Vice-President Gary Marten, Secretary Sally Jox, and Treasurer Jim Donley. Ellen Flood and Bob Brown, through their efforts, were chosen Valedictorian and Salutatorian, respective- ly. When Spring came, it brought Bacca- laurate and Graduation. With the turning of the tassels, the Class of 1960 became gradu- ates and now belong to the future. Dave Anderson: Pep Club 3,4; Student Council 1; Basketball Manager 1,2; Golf 1,2, 3,4. Lloyd Anderson; V-Club 3,4; Science Club 4; Speech- Debate Club 3,4; Swimming 1,2, 3, 4. Marlene Banks: Pep Club 1,2,3, 4; Student Secretary 4; Choir 1,2, 3, 4; Choir Ensembles 4. Ruth Barnes: Student Secretary 4; Choir 4; La- Porte High School 1,2. Linda Bauer: Pep Club 1, 2,3,4; Y-Teens 2,3,4; G.A.A. 1 ,2,3,4, Board Member 3,4; F.T.A. 1,3,4, Secretary 4; Student Council 2; Valpost 1; Valenian 4, Associate Edi- tor 4; Choir 1,23,4, Secretary 3, Treasufer 4; Choir Ensembles 3,4; J. V. Cheerleader 2. Jack Beach: Hi-Y 4; Choir 4. 53 Lawrence Beach: Pep Club 3.4; President of Boy ' s 4; Hi-Y 4; V-Club 4; Choir 1,4; Football 4. Esther Bedner: G.A.A. 1,2; Student Secretary 4; Librarians 3,4. Ronald Belford: No Activities. Ann Benell: Freshman Class Secretary; Sopho- more Class Treasurer; Pep Club 3,4; Y-Teens 3,4; Guidance Office 4; Choir 1, 2,3,4. James Ber- enthal: V-Club 4; Science Club 4; Projection Club 1; Swimming 1,2, 3, 4; Track 1; Spanish Club 2.3. Edward Berndt: Cross Country 1,2; Basketball 1,2; Track 1,2, 3, 4. Kaylene Berndt: Pep Club 1, 2,3,4; Y-Teens 1,2, 3,4; G.A.A. 1,2, 3, 4; Cadet Teaching 4; Student Secretary 3.4; Spanish Club 2.3. Connie Berrier: No Activities. Robert Biggs: V-Club 2,3.4; Cross Country 1; Football 1; Wrestling 1,2,3, 4; Spanish Club 1. Here come the Vikings! Fans cheer as Vikes cut the net after winning the sectional. Marie Brehmer: Pep Club 3,4: Y-Teens 1,4: F T. A, 4: Dramatics Club 2; Band 1, 2.3.4; Jr. Libra- rian 1.2. Senior Librarian 3. Secretary-Treasurer 4. Jim Broadhurst: No Activities. Beverly Brook- over: Pep Club 3.4; Y-Teens 3; G.A.A. 3.4: Stu- dent Secretary 4: Guidance Office 4; New Castle High School 1. Seniors Ed and Dick sweep the floor during the half. Carol Binder: Pep Club 1.2.3: Y Teens 1.2,3: G. A.A. 1,2.3; Student Council 1: Student Secretary 4; Attendance Office 4; Choir 4: Girl ' s Glee Club 4, Vice-President 4. Barbara Bolles: Pep Club I. 2,3,4, Vice-President 4: Y-Teens 1,2. 3.4; G.A.A. 1,2, 3, 4; Valpost 4; Student Secretary 4; Nurses Office 3; Attendance Office 4; Homecoming Court. Robert Boling: Pep Club 4; V-Club 2,3.4; Football 1.2, 3, 4; Basketball 1.2; Track 1.2.3. Barbara Bond: Pep Club 1. 2.3.4; Y-Teens 1 .2.3.4: Student Secretary 4 John Bowman: Sophomore Class Vice-President: Student Council 1.3; V- Club 2.3.4: Cross Country 1 ,2.3.4; Basketball 1,2. 4; Track 1, 2, 3, 4. Bernard Brady: Pep Club 3,4. John Broton: No Activities. Donald Brown: Pep Club 3,4; Track 2,3,4; Science Club 4; Spanish Club 2; Glenbard High School 1. Kathleen Brown: Pep Club 1,2; Student Secretary 4; Choir 1,2; G.A.A. 15. Robert Brown: Science Club 3,4; Speech Debate Club 3, Secretary 4, Treasurer; Valpost 3,4; Salu- tatorian. Sharon Brown: Pep Club 1 ,2,3; Y-Tecns 2; G.A.A. 1,2, 3, 4; Biology Club 3,4; Speech-De- bate Club 2; Dramatics Club 3; Student Secre- tary 4. Wesley Bucher: Junior Class Treasurer; Pep Club 1 ,2,3,4; Hi-Y 1 ,2,3,4; Valenian 2,3,4, Business Manager 4; Projection Club 15; Choir 15,3,4; Cross Country 1. Michael Butterfield: Pep Club 3,4; F.T.A. 1,2; Student Council 1; Hi-Y 2,3,4, Treasurer 4; Val- post 15,3,4; Valenian 2,3,4; Projection Club 1,2, 3,4; Band 15,3,4, Publicity 2, Recording Secre- tary 3, Drum Major 3,4, President 4; Pep Band 2,3,4; Choir 4; Choir Ensembles 4. Michael Cam- Polattara: Pep Club 4; Football 1,2; Basketball 1; Wrestling 2 Track 3. Lawrence Caprous: Pep Club 1,2,4; Student Council 4; V-Club 2,3,4; Football 1,2; Basketball 1; Swimming 2,3,4; Track 1. Sandra Carlson: Pep Club 15,3,4; Y-Tcens 1,2, 3,4; Student Secretary 4; Spanish Club 3. Joel Carpenter: Projection Club 2; Swimming 3, Manager. Susan Claudon: Pep Club 15,3,4; Y- Teens 15,3,4; G.A.A. 15,3,4, Board 2,3,4; Libra- rian 1. Thomas Cochran: No Activities. Marlaine Cole: Student Secretary 4; Band 15,3. Dorothy Cor- dell: Student Secretary 4. 56 Elaine Cordes: Pep Club 2,3,4; G.A.A. 1,2,3, 4; F.T.A. 2,3,4; Chess Club 1. Ellen Corley: Pep Club 1 ,2,3,4; G.A.A. 2,3,4; F.T.A. 1, 2,3,4; Science Club 3,4; Librarian 1,2, 3, 4. Kenneth Corneil: Projection Club 1,2,3 ,4; Band 1,2, 3 ,4; Choir 1,2, 3,4. Terrence Cornwell: No Activities. Robert Daly: Pep Club 1,2, 3, 4; Hi-Y 4; V-Club 4; Football 1, 2,3, Statistician 4; Wrestling 1,2,3 Track 3. James Daniels: V-Club 1,2; Football Manager 1,2; Track 2 . Wilma Danielson: Pep Club 4; G.A.A. 1; Student Secretary 4. John Adams, South Bend 2. Thomas Dean: Hi-Y 1,2, 3, 4; Biology Club 1,2; Speech-De- bate Club 3; Dramatics Club 3; Projection Club 1,2,3, 4; Football 4; Swimming 1. Jean DeHaven: Pep Club 2,3,4; F.T.A. 3,4; Y-Teens 1; Speech- Debate Club 3,4; Cadet Teaching 4; Principal ' s Office 4; Choir 1,2, 3, 4. Wayne Dickson: No Activities. Fred Deters: Pep Club 1,2,3; Student Council 2; V-Club 3; Science Club 3; Valpost 1,2,3; Football 2; Swimming 1, 2,3. Donna Diersen: Pep Club 1,2, 3, 4; Y-Teens 1,2, 3,4; G.A.A. 1,2, 3, 4, Vice-President 4; F.T.A. 4; Student Council 3; Cadet Teaching 4; At- tendance Office 4. Joyce Dodd: Pep Club 1,2, 3, 4; Y-Teens 1,2,3, 4; G.A.A. 1,2, 3, 4; F.T.A. 4; Student Secretary 4. Judy Dodd: Pep Club 1, 2,3.4; Y-Teens 1,2,3, 4; Student Secretary 4. Jim Donley: Freshman Class President; Junior Class President; Senior Class Treasurer; Student Council 1 ,2 ,3 , Treasurer 3; Hi-Y 2.3,4, Vice-President 4; V-Club 3,4; Foot- ball 1.2, 3 .4, Co-Captain 4; Basketball 1,2; Wrest- ling 3,4; Track 1,2, 3,4. Melva Drake: Lamar Junior High School 1; Pep Club 2,3.4; G.A.A. 2; Speech-Debate Club 3; Cor- responding Secretary; Dramatics Club 2,3,4; Choir 2,3,4; Nurses Office 4; Librarian 4. Herta Dravininkas: Pep Club 1,2, 3, 4; Y-Teens 1,2, 3, 4; G.A.A. 1,2, 3, 4, Secretary 4; Student Secretary 4; Homecoming Court; Varsity Cheerleader 3,4; Junior Varsity Cheerleader 2; F.T.A. 4. Lana Dygert: Pep Club 1,2, 3, 4; Y-Teens 3,4; G.A.A. 1,2, 3, 4; F.T.A. 4; Cadet Teaching 4; Choir 1,2, 3,4, Secretary 4; Choir Ensembles 2,3,4. Richard Ebersold: Pep Club 1,2, 3, 4; Student Council 4; Hi Y 4; V-Club 1,2, 3, 4; Chess Club 1; Valenian 4; Football 1 ,2.3,4; Basketball 1,2; Track 2,3,4. William Eckert: Pep Club 4; Biol- ogy 2,3; Projection Club 1,2, 3,4; Band 1,2, 3, 4; Pep Band 4; Swimming 1,2, 3, 4; Student An- nouncer 3,4. Donna Eggleston: Pep Club 2,3; Science Club 4; Speech-Debate Club 3,4; Treas- urer 3, Secretary 4; Vafpost 4. Richard Evans: Speech -Debate Club 1,2: Choir 1, 2,3,4; Choir Ensembles 2.3.4. Richard Fabing: Pep Club 2,3.4; Student Council 4; Biology Club 2,3,4, President 3; Science Club 2,3,4; Chess Club 1,2,4; Vice-President 1, Treasurer 4; Speech-De- bate Club 1,2,3, 4; Valpost 2; Projection Club 4. Mark Fifield: Track 1. We finally won! exclaim the senior girls who won the class basketball tournament. 58 John Flynn: V-Club 1 ,2,3.4; Cross Country 1,2, 3,4; Basketball 1,2,3, 4; Golf 1,2, 3, 4. Dean Follis: Pep Club 2,3,4; Hi-Y 3,4; Valpost 2,3,4, Sports Editor 3,4; Band 1, Cross Country 1,2, 3, 4; Bas- ketball 1; Track 1,2, 3, 4. Roane FolJis: Hi-Y 4; Choir 1,2, 3, 4; Choir Ensembles 4; Cross Country 1, Track 1. Thomas Frailey: No Activities. Charles Freeman: Pep Club 2,3,4; Basketball 1, Golf 1,2, 3, 4. Brent Froberg: Chess Club 1,2, 3, 4; Treasurer 1,2, Presi- dent 3,4; Speech-Debate Club 2,3,4, Vice-Presi- dent 3; Valpost 1,2; Band 1,2,3, 4; Student Train- er 3,4; Boys’ State 4. Ed Swanson, crowned King at the King of Hearts Dance, runs over the keys while the court, Bob Gahl, John Worsted, and Chip O’Neil, look on. Rachel Fisher: Pep Club 1,4; Y-Teens 1,2, 3, 4; G.A.A. 1; Cadet Teaching 4; Student Secretary 4; Principals Office 4. Ellen Flood: Valedictor- ian; Pep Club 4; F.T.A. 3; Science Club 3; Speech-Debate Club 1,2,4; Secretary-Treasurer 1, 2; Choir 1. Donna Flowers: Pep Club 1, 2,3,4; Y-Teens 1,2, 3 ,4. Robert Gahl: Student Council 3,4, President 4; V-Club 2,3,4; Football 1,3,4; Basketball 1,2, 3,4; Track 1; Baseball 2,3,4. Kenneth Gingerich: Cross Country 2,3; Swimming 3,4; Track 1,2,3. Michael Goehring: Pep Club 4; Science Club 4 President 4. Robert Gore: Pep Club 3,4; V-Club 4; Science Club 4; Valenian 4; Football 3,4; Danville High School 1,2. Jon Gramhofer: Speech-Debate Club 1.3,4, Treasurer 3, Vice-President 4; Wrestling 1. Nancy Groverman: Pep Club 1,2, 3, 4; Y-Tcens 1, 2,3,4; G.A.A. 1,2, 3, 4; Valpost 1,2, 3, 4; Ass ' t Editor 3, Editor 4; Girls ' State 3. Emily Grubb: Y-Teens 2,3,4; Principal’s Office 4; Choir 2,3,4. Ellen Guild: Pep Club 1,2, 3, 4; Y- Teens 4; G.A.A. 3,4; Valenian 3,4, Art Editor 4. William Hackcnsmith: West High School 1,2,3. Alice Haines: Pep Club 2,3,4; Y-Teens 1,4; G.A. A. 1,2, 3, 4; Speech-Debate Club 3,4; Guidance Of- fice 4. Joy Hall: Pep Club 1,2, 3,4; G.A.A. 1,2,3, 4; Board 2, Biology Club 1,2; Projection Club 3; Band I ; Pep Band 1 William Harbeck: Student Council 3; V-Club 2,3,4; Science Club 4; Cross Country 1 ,2,3,4; Basketball 1; Wrestling 2,3,4; Track 1,2, 3, 4. Robert Harding: Student Council 1,3; Hi-Y 2,3, 4; V-Club 1,2, 3, 4; Science Club 4; Cross Country 1,2, 3, 4; Basketball 1,2, 3, 4; Track 1,2, 3, 4. Mary Jo Hargrave: Pep Club 2,3,4; Y-Teens 1,2, 3 ,4; Val- post 1,2,3; Choir 1,2, 3, 4. Walter Harper: Pep Club 3,4; Science Club 4; Speech-Debate Club 1; Wrestling 1. James Hawkins: Cross Country 2. Earl No Activities. John Helman: V Club 3; 1,2.3. Hayes: Football Dorothy Hodsen: Pep Club 1. 2.3.4. Hugh How- ard: Pep Club 3,4; V-Club 2.3,4; Science Club 3 Valpost 1. 2.3.4; Valenian 1.4. Photographer 4 Projection Club 4; Swimming 1 .2.3 .4; Track 1,2 Sharon Huber: Pep Club 4; C.A.A. 1.2.3, 4; Board Member 2,3. President 4; Band 1,2, 3,4. Cossctte Jarvis: Pep Club 2,3.4; G.A.A. 3,4; Dra- matics 1, 2.3,4, Secretary 3, President 4, F.T.A. 2,4; Cadet Teaching 4; Choir 1,2, 3.4; Choir En- sembles 3.4. Brenda Johnson: Pep Club 1.2,3, 4: Y-Teens 1. 2.3,4. Program Chairman 4; G.A.A. 1, 2,3,4; F.T.A. 1,2,3; Dramatics Club 3; Valenian 4, Layout Editor 4; Homecoming Court; Girl’s State 3; J. V. Cheerleader 2; Spanish Club 2. Charles Johnson: V-Club 1, 2.3.4; Cross Country 1,2, 3, 4; Swimming 1,2, 3, 4; Track 1,2,3. Don Johnson: No Activities. Edwin Johnson: Pep Club 1,2, 3, 4; V-Club 1,2, 3, 4; Science Club 1,2, 3, 4; Band 1,2,3; Pep Band 2,3; Swimming 1,2, 3,4. Patricia Johnson: Pep Club 1,2, 3, 4; Y-Teens 1,2, 3,4; G.A.A. 1,2, 3, 4; Student Council 1; Valen- ian 4, Copy Editor 4. Jim Jones: No Activities. Sarah Jox: Sophomore Class Secretary; Senior Class Secretary; Pep Club 1,2, 3, 4; Y-Teens 4; G.A.A. 1 ,2,3,4, Board Member 3,4; Student Council 2; Valpost 1,4; Choir 1,2, 3,4, Vice-president 4. Deborah Keeley: Pep Club 2,3,4; Y-Teens 1,2, 3, 4; Student Secretary 4; Libra- rian 1,2, 3,4. 61 Donna Keely: Pep Club 1,23,4; Y-Teens 1,23,4; G.A.A. 4; Student Secretary 4; Nurse’s Office 4; Librarian 23. William Keene: Pep Club 3,4; Hi- Y 1,23,4; V Club 1,3,4; Science Club 4; Projec- tion Club 1.23.4; Band 1,23,4, Senior Property 3.4; Pep Band 1, 2.3.4; Football 1,23.4; Basket- ball 1; Wrestling 23. Brian Kenti Basketball 1. George Kendt: Radio Club 1,2,3- Larry Klemi: Sophomore Class President; Pep Club 1,23,4; Student Council 2,4, Treasurer 4; Hi-Y 1,23,4, Chaplin 3, President 4; Valpost 23; Projection Club 23,4; Choir 1,3,4, Treasurer 3, President 4; Choir Ensembles 3,4; Cross Country 1,2; Basket- ball 1: Track 1.2. Sandra Kline: Pep Club 1,2, 3,4; Y-Teens 1,23,4; Valpost 4; Student Secretary 4; Attendance Office 4; Guidance Office 4. York Knudsen: Chess Club 3; Projection Club 3,4; Band 1,23,4; Pep Band 3. Orma Kolasinski: Choir 4; Chesterton High School 1, Kouts High School 1,2. Lucille Koselke: Student Secretary 4; Choir 2. 62 Bonnie Kuehl: Pep Club 1.2.3, 4: Y-Teens 1. 2.3.4; G.A.A. 3.4; Student Secretary 4; Guidance Of- fice 4. Linda Kuehl: Pep Club 2,3.4; Y-Teens 1.2; Student Secretary 4. Carole Lansing; G.A.A. 2,3, 4. Jo Ann Linkimer: Pep Club 1,2, 3 ,4; Y-Teens 1,2, 3,4; G.A.A. 1,2, 3, 4; Student Secretary 4; Princi- pal’s Office 4: Choir 1.2: Spanish Club 2. James Loayza: Pep Club 3,4; Hi-Y 4; V-Club 4; Foot- ball 1,2,3, 4; Basketball 1,2; Golf 1.2,3; Spanish Club 2. John Loring: Pep Club 3,4; Biology Club 1, 2,3. 4; Science Club 3,4; Projection Club 1,2, 3, 4; Band 1,2, 3, 4; Junior Property 2, Senior Property 3, Senior Publicity 4; Pep Band 1,2, 3, 4; Wrestling 2; Radio Club 2,3. Alan Magnason: No Activities. James Maple; No Activities. Gary Marten; Senior Class Vice-Presi- dent; Pep Club 3,4; Student Council 4; Hi-Y 4; V-Club 3,4; Football 3,4; Wrestling 3,4; Bloom- ington University High School 1 ,2. ‘‘Oh! give me your picture and a card!” 63 Nancy Morris: Pep Club 2; Dramatics Club 3,4. Katie McAtee: Pep Club 2,3,4; Y-Teens 2,3,4, Sec- retary 4; G.A.A. 2,3,4; Student Council 3; Stu- dent Secretary 4; Schulte High School 1. Phyllis McCracken: Pep Club 2,3,4; Y-Teens 2,3,4; G.A. A. 2,3,4; Parkview High School 1. Marianne McKcllips: Pep Club 1,2, 3,4, Presi- dent 2; Y-Teens i, 2,3,4; G.A.A. 1,2, 3, 4; F.T.A. 4; Valpost 2,3,4; Cadet Teaching 4; Choir 4; Home- coming Queen; Varsitv Cheerleader 2,3.4. Ger- aldine Nielsen: Pep Club 1,2,3, 4; Y-Teens 1,2,4; G.A.A. 1,2,3, 4; F.T.A. 3; Biology Club 3, Secre- tary-Treasurer 3: Dramatics Club 3; Student Secretary 3. Helen Oliver: Pep Club 2,3,4; Y- Teens 4; G.A.A. 1,2; F.T.A. 4; Cadet Teaching 4; Attendance Office 4; Choir 1,2,3, 4; Choir En- sembles 3,4. Patricia Olson: Pep Club 1,2, 3, 4; Y-Teens 1; G. A.A. 1, 2.3,4; Dramatics Club 1; Student Secre- tary 4. Martin O’Neill: Sophomore Class Vice- President: Student Council 2; Hi-Y 2.3.4. Secre- tary 4; V-Club 1. 2.3.4; Science Club 4; Valpost 2,3.4; Football 1, 2.3,4; Basketball 1,2, 3, 4; Golf 1,2,3, 4. Thomas Parsons: Pep Club 4; Student Council 4: Hi-Y 4; Science Club 4: Band 1,2.3, 4, Vice-President 4; Pep Band 3,4; Cross Country 1,2; Basketball 1; Track 1,2; Baseball 2,3,4. Jill Martin: Pep Club 2,3,4; Y-Teens 4; G.A.A. 1, 2,3,4, Board 2,4; Science Club 4. Betty Meyer: Student Secretary 4; Choir 2,3,4; Choir Ensem- bles 3.4; Waynesfield High School 1,2. Chester Michaels: Pep Club 4; F.T.A. 3,4; Science Club 3,4; Speech-Debate Club 2,3,4, Secretary 3; Dra- matics Club 1. 2.3.4. Treasurer 3. Vice-President 4; Choir 1, 2,3,4; Librarian 2,3; Valpost 1. Christy Miller: Attendance Office 2; Student Secretary 4. Lynne Miller: Junior Class Secre- tary; Pep Club 1,2, 3,4; Y-Teens 1,2,3; G.A.A. 1,2, 3,4; F.T.A. 3; Student Council 1,2,4, Secretary 2, 4; Dramatics Club 3,4, Secretary 4; Valpost 3; Valenian 2,3,4, Assistant Editor 3, Editor 4; Prin- cipal’s Office 4; Homecoming Court; Spanish Club 2. Louana Milzarek: No Activities. Marjorie Peace: Pep Club 2,3,4; Student Secre- tary 4, Sturges High School 1. Don Phillis: No Activities. Judy Pifer: Pep Club 1,2,3, 4; Y-Teens 12,3,4; GA.A. 1,2,3, 4, Board 3,4; F.T.A. 3,4, President 4; Valpost 3,4, Business Manager 4; Student Secretary 4. Carol Podell: Pep Club 2,3,4; Y-Teens 2,3,4; G. A.A. 2,3,4; Biology Club 3, Vice-President 3; Dra- matics Club 3,4; Cadet Teaching 4, Student Secretary 4, Attendance Office ' 3, Prejection Club 2,3. Lesley Jo Ponton: Choir 1. Patricia Powell: Pep Club 12,3,4; G.A.A. 12,3,4; Student Secre- tary 4; Guidance Office 4. Robert Randle: Pep Club 3,4; Hi-Y 12,3,4; Dra- matics Club 1,2; Bank 12,3; Pep Band 1; Cross Country 1,2: Basketball 1: Track 2,3. Renate Rathmann: Pep Club 12,3,4; Y-Tcens 12,3; G. A.A. 12,3,4; Student Secretary 4. Frank Rick- man: Cross Country 3. Janet Robinson: Pep Club 1,2, 3,4, Secretary 4; Y-Teens 1,2, 3, 4; G.A.A. 12,3,4; Student Secretary 4; Spanish Club 2. Sandra Rosenberg: Pep Club 12,3,4; Y-Teens 12,3,4, Vice-President 4; Val- post 1,3,4; Valenian 4, Associate Editor 4; Cadet Teaching 4; Spanish Club 2. Judith Schau: Pep Club 2,3,4; Student Secretary 4. Carol Sedgwick: Pep Club 12,3,4, Treasurer 4; Y-Teens 12,3,4, Secretary 3, Board 4; G.A.A. 1,2, 3,4; Student Council 3; Valenian 4, Photography Editor 4; Cadet Teaching 4, Spanish Club 2. Robert Sellers: V-Club 2,3,4; Cross Country 1; Wrestling 1,2, 3, 4. Sandra Shaar: No Activities. 65 Jeffrey Shain: Choir 1,2; Radio Club 2. Robert Shcdd: Pep Club 4; Hi-Y 4; Band 4; Cross Coun- try 4; Baseball 4; Pennsbury High School 1,2,3. Mary Siemion: Pep Club 3,4; G.A.A. 1,2, 3 ,4; F.T.A. 4; Choir 1. Brenda Simmons; Pep Club 3,4; Y-Teens 3,4; G.A.A. 4; Nurse ' s Office 4; Ellville High School 1,2. Larry Simon: Pep Club 1,2,4; Science Club 4; Projection Club 1: Cross Country 2; Basket- ball 1,2; Track 1,2; Miami Beach High School 3; Spanish Club 2. Carol Slack: Pep Club 1,2,3, 4; Y-Teens 2,3,4; G.A.A. 2; Spanish Club 2. Diane Slavey: Pep Club 1,2, 3, 4; Y-Teens 1,2, 3, 4; G.A.A. 1,2,3, 4; F.T.A. 2,3,4; Cadet Teaching 4. Virginia Smith: G.A.A. 1; Band 1; Student Sec- retary 3; Spanish Club 2. Paula Snodgrass: Pep Club ' 2,3,4; Y-Teens 3,4; G.A.A. 2,3,4; F.T.A. 4; Cadet Teaching 4; Band 1,2, 3,4; Pep Band 1; Homecoming Court; V. Cheerleader 2,3,4. Marcia Sommers: Pep Club 1 ,2,3,4; G.A.A. 2,3,4; Student Secretary 4. Roger Steele: Cross Country 1; Basketball 1. Carol Stephens: Pep Club 1,2, 3,4; Y-Teens 1,2,3; G.A.A. 1,2, 3, 4; Biology Club 2; Student Secretary 4; Guidance Office 4. Patricia Stevenson: Pep Club 1; G.A.A. 1,2, 3,4; Student Secretary 4. Mary Stockman: Pep Club 2,3,4; Y-Teens 2,3; G.A.A. 2,3,4; Student Secre- tary 4; Band 2; Choir 3.4; Hebron High School 1. Walter Story: No Activities. Michael Sullivan: Pep Club 2.3,4; Cross Coun- try 1; Basketball 1. Richard Sutter: Choir 1. Pat- rick Sutton: No Activities. Edward Swanson: Junior Class Vice-President; Senior Class President; Student Council 1,2,4; Hi-Y 2,3,4; V-Club 3,4; Cross Country 1; Foot- ball 2,3,4; Basketball 1,2; Wrestling 3,4; Track 1.2. 3.4. Ronald Swelstead: Biology Club 2,3,4; Science Club 3,4; Band 1; Football 2: Wrestling 12. Ann Swihart: Pep Club 1,2, 3,4; Y-Teens 1. 2.3.4, Board 2. Vice-President 3, President 4; G.A.A. 1,2, 3, 4; F.T.A. 3; Student Council 3; Attendance Office 4; Homecoming Court; J. V. Cheerleader 2. Lawrence Taylor: No Activities. Kirt Thayer: Pep Club 1,2, 3, 4; Hi-Y 2; V-Club 2,3,4; Projec- tion Club 2,3; Cross Country 1,2,3; Basket-ball 1; Track 1, 2,3.4. Judy Thorgren: Pep Club 1.2; Y- Teens 1,2; Nurse’s Office 2,3,4; Guidance Office 4. Anne Vendl: Pep Club 3.4; Y-Teens 3; G.A.A. 2,3,4; Student Secretary 4. Robert Vendl: Pep Club 4; Cross Country 12; Basketball 1; Track 1. Once we shyly paused before these doors; now as seniors we have gained re- spect. Each senior will always remember his high school days. Paul Toelke: Pep Club 3,4; Hi-Y 3,4; Choir 4. Janice Tucker: Pep Club 1, 2,3,4; Y-Teens 1; G. A.A. 12,3,4. Patricia Underwood: Pep Club 12, 3,4; Y-Teens 12,3,4; Biology Club 3; Cadet Teaching 4; Student Secretary 4; Nurses Office 2; Guidance Office 4. 68 Carol Walton: Pep Club 1,2,3; Y-Teens 1,2; G.A. A. 1,2,3; Student Secretary 4. George Warnock: No Activities. Richard Wehner: Pep Club 2,3,1; Hi Y 3,4. Owen Weideman: Choir 3,4. John White: Pep Club 3,4; Hi-Y 3,4; Projection Club 1; Swim- ming 1,2,3; Spanish Club 3. Carolyn Williams: Pep Club 1; Y-Teens 1,2,3, 4; Nurses Office 2. Jim Wilson: No Activities. Joe Wilson: Pep Club 2,3,4; Hi-Y 1,2,3, 4; Cross Country 1; Basketball 1; Golf 1,2,3; Boys’ State 3. Walter Wilson: Pep Club 4; V-Club 2,3,4; Swimming 1 ,2,3,4. Donald Woods: Football 2. Charles Worden: Pep Club 3,4; F.T.A. 2,3,4, Treasurer 3,4; Hi-Y 1,2, 3,4; Biology Club 1,2, Secretary 2; Valenian 4. Business Manager 4; Choir 1,4; Golf 1. John Worstell: Pep Club 3.4; Student Council 1,2: Hi- Y 2,3,4; V-Club 2,3,4; Science Club 4; Projection Club 2,3,4; Cross Country 1,2,3, 4; Basketball 1 ,2,3,4; Golf 1,2, 3, 4. Mary Ann Youngren: Pep Club 1. 2,3.4; Y-Teens 1,2, 3, 4, Treasurer 4; G.A.A. 1,2, 3, 4, Board 3,4; F.T.A. 1,2,4; Student Council 3; Guidance Of- fice 4. Iantha Zcman: Pep Club 2,3,4; Y-Teens 1,3,4; G.A.A. 4; F.T.A. 2,4; Student Secretary 4; Attendance Office 4. Donctta Zulich: Pep Club 2,3,4; Y-Teens 3,4; G.A.A. 1,2,3; Student Secretary 4. ACTIVITIES The room is hushed; the atmosphere is tense. It’s a big moment for some V.H.S. girls, for this is the moment when they shoulder responsible positions in Y -Teens, a service - minded club at Valpo High. The male counterpart of this group is the Hi-Y xvhich tries to mold the good character of its members. Yes, clubs and activities play an important role in the life of the V.H.S. student. He or she can find many enjoyable hours as a part of some extra-curricular group. All students can find activity xvhich appeals to them as the clubs are organized for quite varied purposes and objectives. So alxuays keep in mind that high school has much to offer besides that xvhich is found in the classroom. HI Y H nr I: I’. Parsons. J. Foncunnon. B. Poling, I . Beach. I Kaiuk. J. I.nay a. (.. Marten. B. Kitchen. 1). Kahney, B. Hildreth. I). Ehersold. B. Daly. J. Ferguson. Row 2: |. Don- lev. I Dean. M. Butterfield, J. Wilson. W. Bucher. C. O ' Neill, j. White. B. Randall. F.. Swanson. C. Bush. (1. Worden. Rote 3: 1). Idle, K. Dowd. I.. Huber, B. Keene. B. Harding. J. Worsted, P. Toelke, J. Wilson. I). Wehner, 1). Follis, F. Klein . R. Follis. The Hi-Y, the boy ' s Christian organiza- tion, is a worthwhile and industrious club. Among its activities ar e the annual Father-Son Banguet, swims at the local " Y, " and attending the different churches iy. This year for the first time, the Hi-Y with the Y-Teens sponsored the Christmas Formal. Its sponsors, . Mr. Schenck and Mr. Apgar, along with the members had a very busy year. Chip O’Neill, secretary, Mi. Apgar, co - sponsor, Mike Hutterlield, treasurer, Larry Klein , president, and [iin Donley, vice-president, discuss the procedures of the next Hi-Y meeting.. OFFICERS: Carol Sedgwick, treasurer; Janet Robinson, secretary; Barbara Bolles, ice-president; Mari- anne McKellips, president. SPONSORS: Mr. Crum. Miss Black. Sir. Richardson. Pep Club . . . At the beginning of the year, Mrs. Schiek turned over her duties as sponsor of the Pep Club to Miss Black, Mr. Richardson, and Mr. Crum. This year the Pep Club had more than four hundred members, all of whom sup- ported the teams consistently. At the home football games, the goal posts were deco- rated. The Pep Cub made the traditional paper football through which our team burst onto the field. During the basketball season the Pep Club forms a block section. This year the girl members exchanged their green pep hats for white ones. When the Vikes played at home the Pep Club also made the traditional paper basketball and the large sign behind the block section. Tick- ets were sold for out - of - town games and buses were scheduled to transport the cheering block. Throughout the year, post- ers in the halls informed students of all sports activities. The Pep Club sponsored the Kick-Off, Homecoming, and Basketball dances. “ Let’s get this poster wade!” 73 Pep Club Freshmen lime I: B. Lamberson, S. Linton, C. Makovskv, P. Anderson, C. VValdschmidt, S. Weichert, L. Cunningham, M. Slinchfield, J. Peck, C, Pierce, I.. Hill, J. Horak. How 2: P. Gregory, S. Hanna, 15. Jones, P. Slavey, S. Babcock, K. Knudsen, S. Swanson, (.. Christman, J. Froberg, C. Benton, E. Honziks, S. Pierce. Roiv 3: S. Rowland, 15. Raines. D. Fischer, S. Eckley, 15. Hag- gerty, P. Hewlett, S. Copper, S. Underwood, G. Foote, S. Nielson, 15. Brookover. How 7 : M. Savage, M. Coleman. N. Flitter, J. Binder. J. Marsden. S. Troxcl, B. Williams, S. Zywanoski, P. Hawkins, k. West. M. Jain, S. Brown. Row 5; M. Cluck, P. Burrus, P. Pierce, L. Powell, R. Fulton, C. Doelling, V. Crook, K. Hart, I.. Harkin. P. Smith, C. Boron. How 6: R. Johnson, J. McMeans, I.. Newell, 1). Peters, J. Hoffcrth. D. Follis, E. Kroenke, S. Barry, (. Horak, 11. .ulich. To Win With Dignity . . . Kneeling: T. Tincher. M. Parry, B. Bush. F. Hclman. How I: J. Frey, M. Green, 15. Brown, C. Hill, A. Jopes, D. kornblith, G. Sutherland. J. Johnson, C. Podell, 11. Newell, C. Case, P. Barnes, N. Flowers, C. Brocksmith. How 2: S. Keehn, J. deSimon, J. Glanders, J. I.amb, S. Kaplan, A. Kruse. K. Lightcap, P. Ireland. J. Koeppcn, J. Williamson, II. Batchelor, W. Bartok, K. Blastick. How 3: M. Guilford, S. Sacks, I.. Stahl, S. Williamson, M. Reed, II. Findling, S. llavt ' on, J. Groverman, M. White, E. White. How 3: S. Kaslauski, P. Broton, F. Saar, R. Wilson, M. Harris, J. Fultoft, J. Heinhold. K. Bucher, N. Stockman. How 5; S. Dorris, J. Jolley, M. Brindle. S. Anderson, P. Gray, J. Poehler. S. Johnson, 1. Pierce, K. Swisher, P. Laube. Row 6: C. Marrcl. I.. Maguire, P. Harris, C. Bern hart, L. Rechlin, S. Kinne, K. Harrington, L. Jones, S. Brown. 15. Berlin, J. Powell. How 7: K. Froberg. C. Tomzak, P. St. Clair. V. Toming, I.. Chandler, 1). Robey, 15. Robbins, S. Villiaume. Pep Club Juniors Kneeling: Clara deSimon. Mima Fitzgerald, Olivia Wallace. How I: C. Davis, G. Ellenbcrger, M. Weliner, P. Hurley, J. Larcom, M. Neal, J. Lawrence, S. Backus, S, Stoltz. S. Thorgren, C. McDonald. Row 2: J. Webb, 1). I.eets, J. Eckert, S. Johnson, C. Wheeler, C. Halcv. M. E. Dayton, C. Hanchar, C. Reach. P. Jameson, D. DcGrazia, D. Eder. Row 3: C. Decker, S. Lambert, R. Adamski, J. Bay, B. Randall, B. Peters, K. Sells, J. Dresden, J. Fryer. I„ Huff, M. Koepke. Row 4: P. Hawkins, K. Rohn, J. Raber. S. Henderson, S. Krause, D. Olas, K. Long, P. Evans, M. L. Decker, L. Follis, E. Lite, B. Hough. Rozv 5: B. Jollev, C. Guilder, J. Money- penny, J. Broadhurst, J. Kyes, N. Oliver, C. Montoney, S. Nichols, P. Wagner, D. Landgrebe, D. Hoeg. Row 6: M. Sabo, J. Fry., C. Hughart, S. Sexton, S. Fitch, C. Berndt, M. A. Dean. I ' - Murvihill, L. Anderson. Row 7: E. Stalbaum, A. Anderson, R. Froberg. |. Morris, M. Kaltenbach, J. Martin, J. Mohler. Row 8: B. Rhodes, B. Swisher, P. Stager, B. Carmichael, J. Ferguson, J. Foncannon, K. Dowd. Row 9: I. Williams. D. Chester, G. Eldridge, D. Kahnev! B. Kitchen, C. Bush. To Lose Graciously Kneeling: Marianne McKellips, Herta Dravininkas, Paula Snodgrass. Row I: M. Sommers, L. Miller, C. Sedgwick, J. Linkimer, C. Jarvis, B. Johnson, P. I’nderwood, S. Rosenberg, A. Benell, M. Drake, A. Swihart, P. McCracken, P. Johnson. Row 2: M. Peace. F,. Cordes, M. Banks, J. Hall, M. Hargrave, D. Diersen, B, Bolles, K. McAtee, D. .Slavey, J. Robinson, N. Groverman. Row 3: C. Podell. L. Kuehl, J. Schau, I). Zulich, S. Carlson. B. Brookover, P. Powell, A. Haines, L. Bauer, J, Pifer, C. Slack. Row 4: D. Hodsdcn, D. Brehmer, N. Morris, J. DeHaven, S. Kline, B. White, S. Butterfield, S. Shaar. L. Howard, C. Miller. C. Dhuivetter, D, Flowers, C. Stephens. Row 5: J. Tucker, A. Vendl. B. Simmons, J. Dodd, F-. Guild, R. Fischer, G. Nielsen, B. Bond, I. Zeman, B. Kuehl, C. Binder, H. Oliver, S. Jox. Row 6: S. Claudon, E. Corley, M. Siemeon. J. Martin. M. Youngren, M. Stockman, D. Keelev, K. Berndt, J. Dodd, I.. Dvgert, P. Olson, R. Rathman. Row 7: H. Howard, T. Parsons, M. Butterfield. J. Loring, R. Fabing, B. Keene, D. Brown. I„ Klemz. D. Follis. R. Swelsted. Row 8: G. Marten, F.. Johnson, E. Campbell, J. Loayza, B. Boling, C. Freeman. W. Bucher. C. Worden. Pep Club Seniors lime I: K. King. I.. Miller, C. Jarvis, M. Drake, C. Podell, C. Podell, 1$. Shupe. (,. Weinstein, P. Gustafson. R. Auble, R. Pairing. Row 2: NT. Fitzgerald, C. Reach, A. Mandernach, I). Hasscl. M. Neal, L. Shufflebothem, M. Schroeder, J. Bank- ert. M. Cluck, J. Bcvan, N. Morris. Row 3: L. Huff, P. The plays presented by Mr. Conkling and the club were " Now That April ' s Here, " " The Importance of Being Earn- est, " " Stolen Identity, " and " A Woman ' s Privilege. " In addition to presenting plays, the club witnessed two plays in Chicago and visited Purdue ' s Loeb Play- house and saw " Annie Get Your Gun. " This year the Dramatics Club made a The Dramatics Club officers look over the minutes of the last meeting. Lynne Miller, secretary; Melva Drake, librarian; Mr. Conk- ling, sponsor; Mike Butterfield, treasurer; Cosette Jarvis, president; Chester Michaels, vice-president. Kolasinski. B. Hill. 1). F.lsion. I.. Atwell. M. Coleman, P. Schroeder. F.. Slaibaum. G. McDonald. P. Jameson. Roxc V: R. Crum, M. Butterfield, C. Michaels, T. Codings, C. Mc- Kean. D. Herron, T. Pierce. M. Corcoran, M. Kaitenbach. study of the fieL of lighting, make-up, and other elements of scene design. Extra experience was gained when the cast of " The Importance of Being Earn- est " presented its play at the Memorial Opera House as well as for the Junior Class at the High School. " The Wed- ding " was presented in a contest at Calumet High School. 76 Y-TEENS BOARD Sitting. Ann Swihart, picsidcnt; Sandra Rosenberg, vice-president. Standing from left to right: Sliaryl Stoltz, publicity; Suzic Johnson, ways and means; Brenda Johnson, program; Katie Mc- Atee. secretary; Mary Ann Youngren, treasurer; Carol Sedgwick, serv ice; Marcia Koepke, devo- tions. Sponsors: Miss Craig, Mrs. Bush. r To Grow as a Person . . . Y-Teens The Y-Teens this year have new sponsors, Miss Craig and Mrs. Bush. These two and the board led the club through a year filled with activities. The mixing bowl welcomed new members who were later inducted at an impressive candle-light service. The Y- Teens sponsored the King of Hearts Dance in February. Together with the Hi-Y, the Y- Teens helped in sponsoring the Christmas Formal. The year ended traditionally with the Mother-Daughter Banquet and the an- nouncement of the officers for next year. 77 Row I: 1). Follis. P. Anderson, H. Raines. C. Makovskv, S. I’nderwood, B. Lamberson. S. Swanson, L. Hill. S. Troxel. M. Stinchfield, P. Blackly Row 2: R. Johnson, S. Row- land. B. Jones, P. Slavey. J Horak, G. Christman. R. Fuulton, S. Babcock, L. Harkin, M. Scbroeder. J. Peck. Row 3: P. Kaslauski, I. McMeans, F. Peters. B. Haggerty, D. Fischer, K. Knudsen, D. nlich, S. Copper. K. Hart. J. Getz. Row 4: B. Harvey, J. Horak, I). Peters, M. Weideman, S. Pierce, S. Eckley, S. Barry, M. Saar, P. Miracle, S. Hanna. In Friendship . . . . Row I: S. Williamson, N. Sherman, K. Bucher, C. Podell, C. Hill, A. Jopes, G. Suther- land. N. Flowers, B. Brown. M. Green, J. Johnson. Row 2: L. Gray, S. Sacks, M. Guilford, J. deSimon, T. Tincher, M. Parry, J. Koeppen, S. Kaplan, D. Findling, W. Bartok, P. Barnes. Row 3: J. Ashbaugh, P. Laube. J. Glanders, B. Bush, M. Price, A. Kruse, P. Ireland, I.. Stahl, J. Williamson. K. Blastick, J. Jolley. Row 4: F. Saar, J. Heinhold, S. Dayton, J. Groverman. K. Lightcap, M. Reed. D. Robey, 1). Emerson. P. Gray, F. Hclman, D. Batchelor. Row 3: C. Marrell, J. Maguire, D. Bednar, J. Keehn, J. Ponader, J. Brown, S. Anderson, C. Bernhart, B. Robbins. C. Case. Row 6: P. Harris, N. Stockman, M. Harris, J. Powell. S. Villiaume, S. Dorris. M. White, F.. White. Y -Teens Juniors l{mv 1: S. Henderson, J. Webb. M. Weliner. (.. Ellen bcrger, ]. Lawrence, P. Evans, D. De- Grazia, O. Wallace. E. Lite, B. Hough, S. Stoltz, C. I.iulington, C. Davis. Row 2: A. Boyd. C. Wheeler, M. Sabo, J. Fry, M. Dayton. R. Adamski, S. Lambert. D. F.dcr. S. Backus, S. Schultz, L. Follis. Ron • 3: C. Csaba, B. Jolley. S. Wbitton, P. Hurley, C. deSimon, M. Neal. C. Beach, S. Thorgren, I Jameson, G. McDonald. Row I : S. Johnson. P. Schroeder, J. Montague, C. Montoney, D. Olas. M. Dean, J. Eckert, P. Wagner, C. Haley. Row 5: R. Tamer, C. Moneypenny, J. Kyes, C. Hanchar. M. Koepke. F. Murvihill. S. Krause. M. Fitz- gerald, L. Anderson. Row 6: K. Rohn. A. Anderson. E. Stalbaum. N. Oliver. M. Kaltenbach, J. Martin. S. Fitch, C. Bcrndt. I.. Huff. In Knowledge Y -Teens Seniors Row I: J. Linkimer, C. Sedgwick, C. Jarvis, E. Grubb, I.. Miller. B. Johnson. P. Snodgrass, A. Swihart, B. Bolles, P. Johnson, C. Dhuivetter, C. Binder, N. Groverman. Row 2: S. Rosenberg, C. Podell, P. I ' nderwood, H. Dravininkas. D. Diersen. F. McAtee. M. McKellips, P. McCracken. D. Slavey, J. Robinson. I.. Bauer. Row 3: E. Guild. B. Simmons, J. Dodd. S. Kline. S. Claudon. S. Carlson, B. Kuehl, R. Fischer, B. Bond. A. Benell. Row I : N. Morris, M. Hargrave. I. Zeman, D. Kecley J. Dodd. D. Zulich. K. Berndt. P. Newell, B. Brookover. C. Slack. J. Pifer. Row 3- M. Breluncr. D. Keelev, M. Stockman. M. Youngrcn. S. Jox. I.. Dygcrt. H. Oliver, A. Haines. Bells " Silver Bells " was the theme of the 1959 Christmas Formal, held in Boucher Gym on December 19. The Y-Teens and Hi-Y Clubs co-sponsored the dance for the first time. A large flocked tree in the center of the floor could be seen as couples entered the gym through a path lined with Christ- mas trees and a small pool. Michael Golden and his orchestra provided the music for dancing. Santa Claus directed the Grand March, led by Y-Teens President Ann Swi- hart and her date, and by Hi-Y President Larry Klemz and his date. Couples had their pictures taken in front of a gigantic silver bell on the stage. Covering the rest of the stage was an enormous Winter scene de- picting a church and a couple silhouetted in black. 81 I)nun Majorettes, left to right : Cheryl Pierce, Jackie Morris, Pat Hurley, Carol Davis, Carol Makovsky and Debbie Leetz. Performance with . . . The Valparaiso High School Marching Vikings, under the direction of Mr. Robert G. Miller, had a very busy season. The band started pre-school practices three weeks before school started and marched in the Riverview Mardi Gras Parade. The Vikings marched at all of the home games and provided a different type of entertain- ment for each one. The band, led by Drum Major Mike Butterfield, received a first award in the V.U. Homecoming Parade. They also won a first Division award and a Sweepstakes " award at the state march- ing contest. The Concert Band also had an eventful year. It presented a winter concert, a school convocation and a spring concert. In Feb- ruary, many of the band ' s members entered the state solo and ensemble contest and received awards for their ability. The con- 82 High stepping Mike Butterfield! Perfection Left to right: 15. Keene, property; M. Brehmer, secretary; M. Butterfield, president; T. Parsons, vice-president: K. Swisher, librarian; |. Poring, publicity; R. Graebner, recording secretary. cert band also ranked high in the state contest. The Pep Band performed at all of the VHS home basketball games, and at several of the V.U. games. The band closed the season by perform- ing " Pomp and Circumstance " at the 1960 graduation exercises. lion’ I: T. Parsons, B. Froberg, M. Butterf ield, P. Deters, J. Lamb, M. Brehmer, C. Makovsky, L. Powell, K. Swisher, J. Froberg. Row 2: R. Froberg, H. Hart, M. Guilford, R. Klein. |. Heinold, C. Haley, F. Ehnes, J. Fryer, 1. Scelig, D. Holst. E. Honzik. K. King. V. Webb, W. Kroenke, 15. Swisher. Row J: S. Nielsen. S. Jankowski, C. Boron, S. t ' nderwood, M. Brindle, C. Beach, D. Parry, L. Anderson, P. Arnold, J. Morris, J. Ranker!, D. Babcock, S. Huber, P. Snodgrass, J. Loring, J. Anderson, C. Schwanholt. 15. Graebner, j. Bern- hart G. Shull, 15. Keene. Row -I: K. Froberg, T. Makovsky. 15. Parry. D. Burrus, 1 . Huber. 83 CHOIR: Row 1: S. Jox, accompanist, M. Drake, M. Me- J. Graham, C. Coolman, M. Koepke, M. Hawkins, J. William- Kellips, K. Swisher, C. Case, P. Laube, R. Barnes, C. Mon- son. P, Harris, A. Anderson, I. Stanford, D. Chester, O. Weid- toney, M. Holmgren. P. Batchler, T. Tincher, F.. Grnbb, C. Jarvis, M. Neal, C. Davis. Row 2: J. DeHaven, J. Mon- ler, C. Guilder, G. McDonald, S. Johnson, B. Meyer, M. Stockman, H. Oliver, L. Dygert, R. Nenewelag, M. Hargrave, M. Banks, L. Bauer. S. Backus, A. Benell. Row }: J. Hall, Practice GIRLS QUARTET M. Guilford. P. Ireland. P Harris. I). Batchelor. BOYS QUARTET J. Kretzman. W. Knopp. L. Klcmz, J. Hall. man, G. Miller, J. Kretzman, T. Griffin, T. Jones. Roxu 4: K. Gingerich, J. Beach, E. Millspaugh, N. Dygert, L. Beach, L. Klemz, B. Knopp, J. Eckert, D. Evans, T. Biggs, T. Pren- tiss, J. West. R. Follis. M. Butterfield, P. Ehnes. Makes CHOIR OFFICERS Lana Dygert— Secretary, Sally Jox— Vice-President, Larry Klemz— President, Linda Bauer— Treasurer. 84 NINENOTES Row I : K. Swisher, C. Jarvis, S. Backus, C. Case. Row 2: R. Adamski, M. Koepke. M. Banks, I.. Bauer, B. Meyer. Perfect GIRLS’ GI Row 1: M. Guilford. M. Price, D. De Armitt, P. Biggs, L. Cunningham. J. Stowers, S. Stoltz, P. Wagner, C. Liggct, C. Bcrrier, C. Waldschmidt. Row 2: K. Lightcap, V. Town- send. S. Lambert, K. Larson, I,. Stahl, P. Ireland, S. Johnson, CAROLERS Row 1: M. Neil. L. Dygert, H. Oliver, S. Jox, G. McDonald, S. Johnson, C. Coolman. Row 2: N. Dygert, L. Klemz, J. Eckert, D. Evans, M. Butterfield, R. Follis. Harmony EE CIT B J. Fulton, R. Adamski. E. Krtjcnkc, L. Chandler. Row 3: R. Fulton, F. Spruitenburg, J. Miracle, C. Urshel. C. Benton, S. Sexton, J. Hall, K. Rohn, O. Kolansinski, S. Troxel, S. Lambert. G. Foote. 85 Seated: B. Williams, W. Seelig, P. Biggs, H. Pietsch, R. Crum, C. Sehwanholt. Standing: VV. Knopp, J. Dye, D, Dye, B. Frobcrg, J. Ferguson, K. Frobcrg. M. Zulich, H. Risto, j. Beven. rn ?n leji ro rignr: mem rroocrg, presiuent; ivncnaei Zulich, vice-president; Mr. Maiers, sponsor; Rick Fa- bing, treasurer; Kim Froberg, secretary. “Checkmate!” This is the cry that has issued forth from Room 207 on Friday afternoons. Under the sponsorship of Mr. Maiers, the Chess Club has had an active year with the regular games, and a club tournament. The purpose of the Speech Debate Club is “to preserve and advance the art of public speaking.” Under the sponsorship of Mr. Hummel, its activities were limited mainly to roundtable discussions and informal debates. Through this club, students begin to actually speak and debate in front of an audience. Row 1: R. Froberg, A. Haines, J. Ferguson; Row 2: J. Fryer, D. Eggleston, B. Brown, R. Fabing; Row 3: B. Swisher, H. Risto, R. Crum, K. Froberg; Row 3: L. Anderson, B. Frobcrg. 86 By following a purpose which is to create an interest in Biology among the students of V.H.S., the Biology Club performs many interesting functions under the guidance of Mrs. Carolyn Bush. A main project this year was experimenting with protozoan culture. The club heard two speakers from Valpa- raiso University and saw many educational films. In the spring it took a field trip to the dunes. BIOLOGY Kneeling: T. Topper, M. Beebe. Standing: R. Fabing. J. Bankert, M. Corcoran, Mrs. Bush, sponsor, E, Stalbaum. Row 1: B. Carmichael, D. Telle, D. DeGrazia, J. Fryer, S. Backus, S. Schultz, C. Wheeler. D. Magid. F. F.hnes, J. Ferguson, E. Johnson, Row 2: E. Stalbaum, D. Eder, S. Krause, G. McDonald, V. Webb, S. Thorgren, J. Anderson, W. Harbeck, R. Fabing, D. Brown, W, Wilson, R. Daly. Row 3: S. Johnson, S. Fitch. E. Flood, S. Claudon, W. Harper, R. Graebner, R. Babcock, E. Corley, J. Cavan, B. Mitchell, C. Michaels. Row ■ : M. Corcoran, M. Fitzgerald, M. Koepke, J. Colburn, G. Nielsen, J. Martin. M. Goehring. B. Brown, D. Eggleston, C. Bush, T. Parsons, C. Schwanholt, W. Kroenke. Row 3: P. Schuessler. R. Crum, B. Swisher, J. Berenthal, E. Wit- ters, C. Frogge, L. Anderson, J. Prentiss, J. Loring, R. Kitchen, D. Wieggel. Row 6: C. Doelling, T. Lambert, A. German, P. Stager, B. Keene, J. Worstell, R. Harding, M. O ' Neill, I.. Simon, R. Swel- sted, F " . Deters. The purpose of the Science Club is to bring together the students interested in science and help them in gaining extra knowledge of the subject. This year be- sides having speakers who spoke about many interesting fields of science, they also took some field trips around Valparaiso. Through the work of the sponsor, the offi- cers, and the members themselves, the year was very successful. 87 Row 1: from left to right: C. Jarvis, L. Miller, L. Hill, M. Wehner, G. Ellenbergcr, P. Snodgrass, M. McKcllips, L. Follis, S. Schultz, S. Stoltz, M. Neal, L. Bauer. Row 2: N. Sherman, l.. Gray, M. Guilford, S. Underwood, D. Diersen. H. Dravininkas, 1). Slavey, C. Beach, J. Pifer. Row 1: J. Morris, M. Dayton, E. Cordes, K. Lightcap, P. Ireland. V. Townsend, J. DeHaven, M. Brelnner. I,. Anderson. S. Backus. The students of V.H.S., who are inter- ested in becoming teachers belong to the Future Teachers of America Club. At the meetings, the club holds discussions of the teaching profession, has panels of students and teachers, and has special speakers from the different schools. Pres- ident Judy Pifer and Vice-president Pat Ireland planned the meetings and were Row 1 : P. Savage, M. Holmgren. R. Showalter, S. Keehn, X. Morris, G. McDonald, E. Flood. M. Reed, C. Bernhart. Rou 5: J. Mohler, B. Forberg, L. Dygert, J. Dodd. I. Zeman, M. Fitzgerald, E. Corley, D. DeGrazia, M. Koepkc, S. John- son. Row 6: C. Berndt, S. Fitch. H. Oliver, S. Jox, M. Youngren, C. L ' rschel. E. Urschel. C. Michaels. C. Worden. assisted by Secretary Linda Bauer, and Treasurer Chuck Worden. Most of the Senior members of the club have gained practical experience through the club ' s most important function — cadet teaching. These students have gone to the different grade schools of the school system and assisted the teachers in their classes. CADET TEACHERS Kneeling: S. Rosenberg. Hitting: C. Jarvis, P. Underwood, M. McKellips. P. Snodgrass, D. Slavey. I.. Miller. B. [ohnson. Standing: E. Corley D. Diersen, J. Pifer, J. DeHaven, C. Sedgwick, C. Worden. E. Cordes. PROJEC1 Rmv 1: J. Bernhart, J. Dye, C. Richards, R. Auble. B. Shupc, J. Stalbaum, J. Bevan, G. Walsh. Rou ' 2: R. Maudlin. T. Pierce, G. Shall. B. Eckert, S. Butterfield, D. Semento. I.. The Projection Club, under the lead- ership of Miss Craig, is a great service to the school. It helps to provide audio- visual aids to class work by taking over the job of showing the film. 1.1 Row I: J. Morris. J. Marsden, Mrs. Decker sponsor, E. Ci nar, M. Corcoran. D. Bcdnar. IONISTS Biggs. P. Kautz. Row ?: 1.. Astrologes. D. Dye, B. Keene. (. Worsted, M. Butterfield, J. Coring, Y. Knudson, K. Corneil. Beginning last summer at the Stu- dent Librarian ' s Workshop at Indiana University and ending with a group trip in the spring, the Student Librar- ians had a very busy year. Under the direction of Mrs. Decker, three enter- taining books night were held by a group that boasts officers in state and district library associations. I A RIANS sy, J. Fcrgcson. P. Kautz. Row 2: I. Xcman, D. Keelev, E. Bed- 89 “Will you please run off 100 copies of this test?” is frequently heard by student secretaries. How l: M. Sommers. P. Stevenson, L. Kuelil. S. Brown. B. Bolles. H. Dravininkas, C. Walton, C. Podell. P. Underwood. D. Flowers.- Row 2: I). Cordell. P. Barnes, S. Shaar, J. I.inkimer, D Zulich, E. Grubb, B. Bond. R. Fischer, J. Robinson, K. McAtee. J. Piter. Row 3: I). Semento, J. Tucker. C. Binder, M. Banks, S. Carlson. S. Kline, S. Butterfield. L. Koselke. M. Cole, C. Stevens, E. Bednar. Row 4: J. Dodd, J. Schau, N. Westbay, J. Hall, P. Powell, K. Brown, B. Keuhl, C. Miller, C. Dhui- vetter, J. Nielson, V. Smith. Row 5: G. Kindt. W. Story, I. Zeman, D. Keeley, D. Keeley, M. Stockman, B. White, B. Brookover, W. Danialson, J. Dodd, K. Berndt, P. Olson, R. Rathman. Mrs. Bauer supervises the girls who each spend an hour every school day in the nurses office to take care of anyone who might feel ill. Sitting: C. Wheeler, Mrs. Bauer, V. Webb; Standing: M. Drake, J. Flowers, J. Thorgren, D. Keeley. 90 G.A.A. BOARD Row 1: Mrs. Wiechman, J. Eckert, H. Dravininkas, D. Dierscn, S. Huber, Miss C. Black. Row 2: L. Bauer, J. Pifer, J. Martin, M. Youngren, S. Claudon, B. Brown. Row 3: F. Helman, L. Rechlin, S. Schultz, G. Ellenberger, R. Adamski, J. Martin. Girls on the Move Seniors and new members of G.A.A. enjoy punch, cookies, and “stuffed teddy bears” at the annual big and little sister party. The annual coke-tail party started the G.A.A. year. The officers presented the aims and activities planned for the club, while the board members presented a skit to get the prospective members interested in their sport. At the weiner-roast, highlighted by a scavenger hunt, all freshmen and new members became ' ' little-sisters " of the sen- ior members. After this, things settled down and the nicks and bruises began. The year ' s sport schedule provided fun as well as help- ful knowledge in getting along with others. In March, the club sponsored the Sadie Hawkins dance, at which all members and their beaus were married by the Marr ' in Sams. The year was finally closed with the G.A.A. Banquet. The seniors presented a skit; awards were given to the members with the highest points. The evening was concluded with the announcement of the new officers. 91 SOPHOMORES Row 1: M. Guilford, L. Gray, N. Sherman, M. Green. B. Brown, C. Hill, I. Flowers, S William- son, J. Johnson, P. Laube, D. Batchelor. Row 2: A. Howell, B. Bush, j. Lamb. M. Parrv A. Mandernach, J. Helmen, J. Koeppen, D. Findling, K. Swisher, J. Groverman. Row 3: T. Tincher. J. Glanders S. Sacks, S. Dayton, A. Kruse, K. Lightcap, L. Jones, M. Pierce, S. Kaplan, I. de Simon, S. Brown. Row • . C. Case. P Ireland I Tn11 »v M i n: i r ' . , c , 2 1’ 1X1 usc ’ Li mcap, l. jones, M. Pierce, S. Kaplan, I. de Simon S. Brown u Row 4: C Case, P. Ireland, J. Jolley, M. Brindle, P. Biggs, P. Gray, L. Stahl, X Huber, J. W illiamson, S. Dorris, M. Harris, J. McGuire, K. Marrell, S. Kinne, L. Rechlin, K Harrington, S. Anderson, C. Bernhart. G.A.A. Freshmen FRESHMEN Row 1: D. Follis, C. Makovsky, P. Anderson, J. Getz, P. Blackly, G. Weinstein, R. Fulton, G Christman, S. Swanson, K. West, L. Hill, L. Harkin. Row 2: B. Lamberson, L. Atwell, B. Raines S Rowland, E. Harrell, E. Kroenke. C. Pierce. P. Smith, S. Linton, K. Knudsen. Row 3- S Nielsen, R. Johnson, M. Coleman, V. Liggett, M. Stinchfield, C. Boron. Working Together G.A.A. Sophomores JUNIORS Roto I: A. Boyd, S. Stoltz, S. Schultz. S. Henderson. S. Krause, M. Wehner, G. Ellenburget, C. Davis, M. Neal R. Adamski, P. Wagner. Row 2: S. Whitton, S. Thorgren, S. Lambert. C. Beach, C. de Simon, S. Backus, M. Ko -pke, I). DeGrazia, O. Wallace, P. Hurley. Row 3: C. Csaba, B. Randall, B. Peters, M. Dayton, M. Fitzgerald, S. Johnson, J. Eckert, M. Dean, L. Follis, B. Jolley. Row 4: Fr. Murvill, C. Guilder, C. Hanchar, L. Huff, G. McDonald, J. Mohler, M. Kaltenbach, J. Martin, L. Anderson, S. Fitch. C. Berndt, Developing Their Skills SENIORS Row 1: J. Linkimer, L. Miller, B. Bolles, P. Snodgrass, A. Swihart, P. Stevenson, S. Brown, A. Vendall, B. Johnson, K McAtee, D. Slavey, J. Robinson, J. Pifer. Rote 2: C. Lansing, A. Haines, B. Simmons C. Sedgwick, D. Dier son, H. Dravininkas, P. McCracken, M. McKellips, P. Johnson, N. Groverman, L. Bauer. Row 3: E. Guild, M. Sommers, S. Claudon, J. Dodd, S. Rosenberg, S. Huber, B. White, B. Kuehl, C. Binder, P. Powell. Row 4: M. Siemion, E. Cordes, E. Corley, L. Dygerl. J. Dodd, G. Nielson, I. Zeman, K. Berndt, J. Tucker, C. Dhuviwetter, B. Brookover. Row 5; S. Jox, J. Hall, J. Martin, M. Stockman. M. Youngren, D. Keeley, R Rathmann, P. Olson. Row I: lr. Weidemon, J. Glanders. J. deSimon, C. Swisher. I. Miller. J. Marsclen, M. Stinchfickl, 1$. F.iler. C. Beach, F. Murvihill. Rote 2: S. Rucker, L. Caprous, R. Fabing, T. Furr. S. Platt, B. Hagerty. I.. Hill, C. Haley, J. Jolley. Row 2: STUDENT COUNCIL OFFICERS Silting: Boh Gahl, President. Standing: Mr. Mundy, Sponsor; Jerry Prentis, Vice-President; Mr. Rump, Sponsor; Lynne Miller, Secretary; Larry Klcnu, Treasurer. E. Swanson, B. Carmichael, J. Wilson, B. Hamilton, B. Gaul, H. Hart, T. Parsons, J. Foncannon. Hou’ V: S. Wermcrantz, L. Kletnz, J. Bernhart, F. Miller, I). Ebersold, T. Lambert, J. Prentiss, C. Bush, S. O ' Neil. The Student Council of 1959-1960 headed by President Bob Gaul, Vice-President Jerry Prentiss, Secretary Lynne Miller, and Treas- urer Larry Klemz had various important functions to perform. Its members are rep- resentatives of the entire student body and have to approve every school function be- fore it can even be considered. The council served as a means for solving many prob- lems arising within the school during the year. Besides attending to routine duties, this year ' s council amended the Constitu- tion and adapted it more to existing condi- tions. The above, and many other worth- while undertakings were successfully car- ried out by the Student Council, aided by its sponsors, Mr. Mundy and Mr. Rump. 94 Assignments! Research! Deadlines! Re- writing! Correcting! Spacing! Many more words such as these are heard each day by the 1960 Valpost staff as they endeavor to publish the bi-weekly copy of the school paper. Under the direction of the Editor-in- chief Nancy Groverman and sponsor, Mr. Crum, the editorial staff spent long hours at work so that the Valpost could go to press. VAI.POST EDITORS lion 1 1: A. lined, P. Slavey, S. Kline, M. McKcllips. B. Bolles, B. Hildreth, S. Rosenberg. S. Backus. N. Groverman, J. Pifer. How 2: J. Colburn, J. Anderson, D. Parry, D. Pierce, J. Foncannon. J. Williamson, P. Jameson, S. Johnson, L. Standing; left to light: J. Pifer, V. Kroenke. 1). Bonus. D. Follis, N. Groverman. Stated: B. Bolles. Anderson, C. Haley. How 2: K. Deters. M. Butterfield. S. [ox, I). Follis, T. Ranck, W. Kroenke, B. Brown, D. Eggel- son, H. Howard, 1). Btirrus, B. Kitchen. 95 Sitting from left to right: J. Lamb, M. Price, B. Johnson, E. Guild, S. Rosenberg, L. Miller, L. Bauer, C. Sedgwick, P. Johnson, J. Eckert, C. de Simon. Standing: M. Wchner, R. Adamski, J. Morris. A. Kruse, D. Ebersold, K. King, B, Gore. C. Worden, W. Bucher, M. Koepke, H. Howard, G. Shull, M. Butterfield, D, Telle. M. Dean, N. Oliver. S. Fitch, G. Ellenberger. We Met Our Final Inspection! Mr. Brown with Layout Editor Brenda Johnson, Copy Editor Pat Johnson, and Assistant Editor Marcia Koepke. The 1960 Valenian Staff, under the direc- tion of Mr. Brown, first began to take shape a year ago when the new editor-in-chief Lynne Miller, and her staff were chosen. This summer Lynne and Art Editor Ellen Guild attended the Indiana Journalism Insti- tute where they gained valuable informa- tion for production of the yearbook. Pat Johnson, head of the copy department, and Carol Sedgwick, Photo Editor, com- pleted their work with the assistance of Associate Editor Linda Bauer. Associate Editor Sandra Rosenberg assisted Brenda Johnson, Layout Editor, and Ellen Guild in their departments. Photography is credited to Mr. Sutton of Sutton ' s Studio and students Hugh Howard and Mike Butterfield. Wes Bucher and Chuck Worden were selected as co-business managers, with Chuck handling the bookkeeping and Wes directing the sale of subscriptions. 96 Sandra Rosen burg Associate Editor Brenda Johnson Layout Editor Ellen Guild Art Editor Lynne Miller Editor-in-chief Chuck Worden Business Manager Wes Bucher Business Manager Linda Bauer Associate Editor Carol Sedgwick Photo Editor Pat Johnson Copy Editor 97 ' •4 ATHLETICS Probably the only silent moment the Pep Club experiences at any basketball or football game is during the playing of the Star-Spangled Banner. Otherwise, it is enthusiastically prod- ding the Viking squads on to victory, and there is a good reason behind its spirited approval of the Vikes, for many fine teams have borne the standards of V.H.S. Many are the students- ' who have, besides developing physically, found hours of great enjoyment, teamwork, and self-disci- pline in basketball, football, or any of the other available sports. Go You Vikings Go! Every spring many eager girls practice for hours each night so that they may become cheerlead- ers and represent the school. If they gualify and are chosen they must practice for many more hours. Last summer the Varsity and Junior Varsity practiced early in the morning on an average of three days a week to get ready for the coming season. Of the Varsity cheerleaders, Marianne McKellips and Paula Snodgrass have been on the squad since their soph-year. Herta Dravininkas was a Junior Var- sity cheerleader in her sophomore year and was chosen for Varsity when she was a junior. Clara de- Simon, Olivia Wallace, and Mimi Fitzgerald completed their first year as Varsity cheerleaders. The Junior Varsity cheerleaders were Toby Tincher, Marsha Parry, Frances Helman, and Bobbie Bush. 1959 was the second year that V.H.S. had Freshmen cheerlead- ers; the three girls chosen were Diane Fischer, Peggy - Anderson, and Linda Hill. 100 Freshman Cheerleaders, left to right: P. Anderson. D. Fischer, L. Hip-hip-hooray! Joe Foncannon, new boy Hill, cheerleader, leads the boy’s pep section at the Sectional. 101 Row I: L. Beach, G. Marten, E. Swanson, B. Biggs, L. Cap- rous, W. Wilson, B. Keene, L. Anderson, B. Kitchen, J. Pren- tiss. Row 2: K. Jankowski, M. Decker, B. Hildreth. T. Lam- bert, C. Parsons, B. Gahl, P. Murphy, T. Prentiss, J. Heffer- man, J. Louyza. Row 3: B. Eckert, J. Stoner, K. Dowd, E. Rickman, B. Smith, L. Will, S. Collins, L. Astrologes, J. Don- ley. Row 4: H. Horvard. D. Ebersold, D. Follis, E. Johnson, C. Johnson, R. Townsend, D. Wieggel, T. Hutton, j. Miller. Row 5: F. Miller, P. Kautz, J. Berenthal, B. Nelson, Sponsor Mr. Eiler, B. Harding, J. Bowman. Row 6: B. Harbeck, K. Stanton, K. Thayer, M. O’Neil, J. Worstell, P. Shively, J. Flynn, T. Johnston. Letters, we get letters” The V-Club was organized in 1947 to promote a greater interest in ath- letics at V.H.S. Its members must be varsity letter-winners in any major sport. If a member of the club is found guilty of undesirable conduct, the V-Club has the authority to take his letter away and discontinue his membership. o J02 Row I: J. Miller, J. Foncannon, P. Murphy, G. Marten, R. I). Ebersold, H. Collins, B. Gore, L. Beach, W. Seelig. J. Boling. L. Simon, J. Loayza. D. Whitler, T. Johnston, J. Prentiss, C. Kreiger. Row 4: P. Schuessler, A. German, J. Stoner. A. Vinicor. Row 2: E. Swanson, J. Donley, H. Pietsch, Davies, T. Dean, M. O’Neil, K. Dowd, D. Kahnev. L. Will. C. P ' rogge. B. Gahl, W. Keene, T. Lambert, F. Miller, P. T. Prentiss. Shively, K, Stanton. Row 3: C. Bush, D. Weiggel , R. Kitchen, Some of the highlights of the 1959 football season were a 97 yard run by halfback Ed Swanson at Tolleston, and a fumbled ball which was recovered in midair by tackle Gary Marten who ran 1 5 yards for the second touchdown of the Penn High game. According to Coach Miller, the team was plagued with in- juries throughout the entire season. Coach Miller also commented that the Lew Wallace game was the best played game from a coaching standpoint. The Vikings fought hard, but lost the game 14 to 12 to the Lew Wallace Hornets. The Vikings ended the grid season with a record of 2 wins and 8 losses. For the first time in the past years the Vikings broke tradition by electing two co-cap- tains for the entire season. The elected co-captains were fullback Dick Ebersold and quarterback Jim Donley. Row 1: A. Gott, D. Butterfeld, T. Hutton, J. Richmond, B. Jones, S. Gregory, J. Chester, L. Biggs, S. Platt, C. Prowant. Row 2: P. Deters, J. Murvihill, S. Ancher, D. Daly, D. Nien- dorf, H. Hart, J. Douglas, D. Glaff, B. Wickersham, C. Tal- ley, J. Jessup. Row 3 ' : D. Bach, M. Shurr, M. Seelig, L. Du- Getting the boys in shape for the games are J. V. coaches Mr. Sweet and Mr. Brown. bios. T. Anderson. J. Graham, C. Davison, D. Meed, R. Han- na, T. Wood. Row ■): F. Miller, E. Boling, C. Kreiger, D. Whittier, C. Dennison. M. Clifford, J. Casbon, V. Nickolas, C. LaRue, B. Hamilton, D. Kitchen (Manager.) Senior lettermen, talking over the strate- gy of the next play with Coaches Rhoda and Miller, are G. Martin, B. Gaul, B. Boling, E. Swanson, L. Beach, M. O ' Neil, T. Dean, B. Keene, I. Loayza, J. Donley, D. Ebersold, B. Gore. 105 Row 1: P. Deters, M. Monroe, T. Hutton, A. Bucci, P. Kautz, H. Howard, R. Townsend, T. Anderson, B. Hamilton, L. Hicks, Coach Rhoda. Row 2: J. Sandford. C. Haines, J. Col- burn, D. Butterfield, L. Caprous, E. Johnson, J. Berenthal, The 1959-60 Swimming Team, under the coaching of Mr. Rhoda, had a record breaking year. Five individual records and two relay records were broken dur- ing the season. Three of these five indi- vidual marks were broken by Senior Ed Johnson. The Viking Aguamen finished J. Graham, T. Makovsky, J. Anderson. Row 5: H. Hart, W. Wilson, J. Jessup, F. Miller, B. Carmichael, K. Gingerich, B. Bird, N. Molengraft. L. Anderson, D. Wieggel, B. Kitchen, C. Johnson, F. Deters, B. Eckert. the season with 14 wins and 4 losses. They also won the Western conference and placed third in the NIHSC confer- ence. At the beginning of the season the team elected two honorary co-captains, Wally Wilson and Ed Johnson. Swimmers Make Their Marks New Records 400 yd. free style-4:35-E. Johnson 200 yd. free style-2:02-E. Johnson 100 yd. free style-53.8-E. Johnson 100 yd. breast stroke-1 : 1 5.5-C. Johnson 160 yd. individual medley-1 :57.2-R. Townsend 240 yd. medley relay-2:26.7-D. Wieggel, C. John- son, T. Hutton, F. Miller. 160 yd. free style relay-1 :20.5-H. Howard, P. Kautz, L. Caprous, E. Johnson. 106 Rota I: P. Shively, D. Whitler. E. Roling, F. Manage. J Nelson. A. Gott. Row 2: H. Pietsch, C. Krieger, K. Jankowski, S. Vogt, S. O’Neil, J. Eckert, S. Gregory, Coach Ciciora. the Regionals VARSITY SCHEDULE Valpo - 59 Crown Point - 38 Valpo - 47 Gary Tolleston - 86 Valpo - 65 Portage - 49 Valpo - 68 Hammond Clark - 73 Valpo - 75 Chesterton - 60 Valpo - 61 Gary Horace Mann - 55 Valpo - 68 Michigan City - 86 Valpo - 64 Gary Emerson - 69 Valpo - 45 East Chicago Washington - 55 Valpo - 72 Whiting - 61 Valpo - 61 Hammond Tech. - 59 ’ " O 0 1 .7 East Chicago Roosevelt - 55 Valpo - 67 Gary Frobel - 62 Valpo - 43 Gary Lew Wallace - 41 Valpo - 59 LaPorte - 66 Valpo - 91 Chicago DuSable - 76 Valpo - 69 Hammond High - 58 Valpo - 72 Lafayette Jefferson - 75 (OT) Row 1: Coach Eiler, D. Carlson. B. Comeford. B. F.iler, R. Hanna, B. Comeford. Row 2: T. Carlin. S. Platt. A. Gott, T. Linkimer, D. Bach, J. Deckro. Row 3: M. Rickman, J. Getts. J. Swelstad, D. Gloff. E. Solidav, D. Long. Row 1: Bob Bird, Herb Pietsch, Dennis Magid, Jim Dorn- Gahl, Clarence Doelling, Jerry Nelson. Row }: Coach Bob mer, Tom Parsons, Bill Betts. Row 2: Dale Gott, Chuck Rhoda, ' Skip Collins, Chuck Kreiger, Bud Heimberg, Jerry Kriston, Warren Rayder. Pat Murphy, Chuck Parsons, Bob Britton, Butch Jones, Dennis Parry. Jerry Prentis. In the spring of 1959 the Viking baseball team opened its season with six seniors, two juniors, nine sophomores, and two freshmen. The Vikings participated in an eleven game schedule in the West NIHSC. By beating East Chicago Washington and Gary Horace Mann, they ended up with a record of two wins and eight losses. With this second season, under the coaching of Mr. Rhoda, the Vikings gained valuable experience. no Left to Right: B. Nelson. B. Hildreth. B. Biggs. J. Ripley, B. Harbeck, T. Ripley, B. Sellers, J. Foncannon, F„ Swanson, J. Donley, K. Dowd, T. Prentiss. Wrestling, celebrating its third year on the roster of Val- paraiso ' s sports, had another successful season with eight wins and three losses. Under the coaching of Paul Miller, the wrestling squad defeated Portage, Washington Clay, Gary Edison, Hammond Noll, Hammond Clark, Hammond Tech, Lowell, and Merrialville; and suffered losses at the hands of Crown Point, La Porte, and Hammond. Bill Har- beck, captain of this year ' s wrestling squad, Ed Swanson, Bob Sellers, Bob Biggs, and Jim Donley are the only grad- uating lettermen. ill CROSS COUNTRY - VARSITY Sitting: B. Harbeck, M. Decker, B. Smith, B. Shedd, Coach Manager J. Dommer, C. Johnson, J. Flynn, E. Rickman, R. Pifer, T. Ripley, J. Bowman, D. Jones, J. Ripley. Standing: Warding, J. Worsted, S. O ' Neill, R. Graham, D. Follis. After winning the conference cham- pionship in 1957 and 1958, the V.H.S. cross country varsity finally went down in defeat to Emerson for the conference championship at the Forest Park Course. Previous to this meet, Valpo had won thirty - two consecutive victories in the conference. During the season Valpo defeated such teams as Michigan City, Worstell receives his placement number. Hobart, LaPorte, Knox, East Chicago Roosevelt, Froebel, Hammond, and East Chicago Washington. Led by co-captains, John Worstell and Bob Harding, the Vikings placed nine- teenth in State after qualifying in the Valpo Sectional with fourth place. Coach Pifer has commented that the prospects for the next years are fine. Among the crowd at the relays is Principal King Telle. 112 Working out with Coach Pifer are senior runners Bill Har- beck. Dean Follis, Chuck Johnson, Bob Shedd, Bob Harding, and John Worsted. Anxious to know results is Coach Pifer. The J.V. Cross Country team, coached by Mr. Pifer had a very successful year as shown by their record. They had eleven wins to one loss, placing second in the conference. Their only defeat was by East Chicago Washington, ending a chain of thirty-two straight victories for the jayvees. This proved to be their only defeat in three years. Steve O ' Neil served as honorary captain. CROSS COI NTRY - J. V. Silling: Manager It. Chester. J. Dcckro, 15. Betts, C. Boyd, M. Nelson, t Ball. l. Rickman. |. Get . I). Arnold, |. Swelsted. Good. Kneeling: J. Hall. C. Schcnker, 1). Fryer, D. Carlson, J. Krachcy. J. Eckert . S. Vogt. F. Manago. | Sanford. | C. Racette, T. I.inkiincr. M. Anselm. 15. Coineford. E. Soli- Asstalos. J. Olient. I’ Harrington. Coach Pifer dav. 15. Filer, I), long, I). Haines. 15. Coineford. Standing: J. 113 ’ ; . k. I li;i cr. B. Boling Sln i lick. S. W ard. C. W hile. K. M (.nod. I) 1 1 owe. !•. Miller. 1 . Swanson. J. Donley. |. Winers. Coach Eilcr. Row 2: ! Hefrernan. 1). Ehersold. B. Maiding. E. Bi-indl. | Ri| lc . Tifer. | Miller. I). Kreider. ( W. Seelig. R Boling. B. kitchen I ( risnian. Row ?: (loach krision. I), (.oil. B. Jones, ( I rogge. The 1959 Track team, under the coach- ing of Mr. Pifer, had a very successful season. The Vikings held a record of five wins and one loss in the dual meets. The season was highlighted by the win- ning of first place in the Valparaiso Re- lays. The scores of the Relays were: Valparaiso 50; East Chicago Washington 35; Crown Point 22; Hammond Clark 13; Chesterton 9; South Bend Adams 3. The Vikings also won second place in the Hobart Relays. t ' l and over. Letterman Donlev clears the bar. Shenick makes a long jump. 114 Row I: B. Harbeck, D. Cole, J. Olin. C. Tomezak. B. Smith T Riplev, M. Decker. B. Bcnninghoff. J. Anderson. D. Jensen. Ron’ 2: B. Hamilton. B. Kuehl. E. Boling. K. Jan- kowski. F. Manago. D. Whitlcr. M. Seelig. N. Dygcrt, D. Arnold. Coach I’ifer. Row ?: B. Randle. T. Johnston, K. Gingcrich. D. Oesting. S. Gregory. J. Krachev. D. Wiechert. S. O ' Neill. S. Vogt. Row ■!: Mr. Filer. B. Gnilliam. I Huber, D. Follis, P. Shively. C. Johnson. E. Rickman. J. Eckert. B. Hallberg. Cindermen of Y.H.S. Set Records Scotty Ward Mile in 4:36.5 Dave Krieder $80 in 2:01 Gott, Kl iston, Krieder. Ward Distance Medley 8:03.:) Krieder, Howe, Gott, Swanson Sprint Medley in 1:42 Sherrick, Thayer, Donley, |ones Shuttle Hurdles 48.7 115 Knrrling: IV Nelson. IV 1 1 i 1 I ret Ii . D. Butterfield. T. Riplev. J. Flvrtn. M. O’Neil. J. Worsted. F. Miller, F. Ball. R I.ind- O Pierre, foie 2: ]. I.asko. D. Telle. H. Hart. D. Duncan. holm, n. Jensen. R. Sievers. Coach Srhneph. ?oie 5: D. Anderson, Pars, Birdies, The 1959 V.H.S. Golf Team had a tough schedule but with five returning letter- men, John Flynn, Chip O ' Neil, John Wor- stell, Malcolm Duncan, and Tom Zimmer- man, they succeeded in winning 16 out of 19 meets of the Northern Indiana High and Eagles . . . School Conference. The team was under the experienced leadership of its coach Mr. Roger Schnepf. They tied for the con- ference championship, but in the play-off they lost to Gary Lew Wallace. Valenian Day . . . 1960 VARSITY TRACK Row 1: G. Graham, K. Thayer, E. Swanson, T. Prentiss, E. Witters, D. Whitler, W. Seelig, D. Kahney, R. Boling, Coach Pifer. Row 2: Coach Eiler, P. Hathaway, D. Ebersold, P. Shiveley, S. Gregory, E. Boling, J. Ripley, J. Hefferman, L. Huber. Row 3: L. Simon, J. Donley, D. Carlson. B. Hamilton, P. Kautz, M. Decker , B. Smith, E. Rickman. Row 4: D. Jones, F. Miller, T. Johnston, C. Frogge, S. O ' Neil, R. Dunkelbarger, R. Comeford, B. Kitchen. Valpo Relays Honors The 1960 V.H.S. Track team had another fine season under the coaching of Mr. Pifer. The Vikings won four, tied one, and lost one in dual and triangular meets. They placed 8th in the indoor meet, 3rd in the Hobart Relays, 6th in the Hammond Relays, and for the third year in a row the Vikings won the Valpo Relays. Junior Dan Jones was the only representative to the state meet, participating in both the high jump and the pole vault. At state, Dan tied for sixth place in both competi- tions. The elected co-captains for the sea- son were Ed Swanson and Kirt Thayer. J. V. TRACK Row 1: W. Comeford, R. Memmersbach, R. Haines, G. Hall, M. Anselm, J. Krachey, T. Carlin. Row 2: Coach Eiler, J. Davidson, F. Manago, S. Vogt, T. Goede, J. Getz, J. Murvihill. Sanford, G. Walsh, K. Jankowski, D. Sechler, D. Arnold, Row 4: B. Kuehl, J. Eckert, D. Niendorf, J. Swelsted, M. S. Wermcrantz, E. Soliday, Coach Pifer. Row 3: T. Furr, C. Rickman, B. Eiler. Up and over at 6 ft. in., Dan Jones set a new school and field record in the high jump. For the second track record broken this year, Dan brought the longest broad jump to 21 ft. 91 2 in. Spring Beauty Katie McAtee was crowned 1 960 Sprinq Beauty at the Valpo Relays on April 26. The Court was chosen by the Varsity Track team earlier in the month. This year for the first time a " Spring Spring Beauty Katie McAtee Rhapsody Dance " was held to announce the Court which is from left to right: Carol Slack, Dianne Slavey, Katie McAtee, Phyllis McCracken, Donna Dierson. Row 1: A Gott, H. Pietsch, D. Magid, B. Jones, J. Prentiss, B. Betts, B. Hackensmith, B. Dommer, T. Parsons, B. Shedd, J. Louyza. Row 2: Coach Meet Me at The 1960 Viking Baseball team, under the coaching of Mr. Rhoda, had its most successful season since the return of base- ball to V.H.S. in 1958. The team won eight out of eleven games and placed second in the conference, losing first place to iLL TEAM Rhoda, B. Graham, C. Doelling, B. Nelson, T. Lam- bert, C. Parsons, P. Murphy, S. Collins, B. Gahl, C. Krieger, J. Britton. the Ballpark Gary Horace Mann. One of the main highlights of the season was that the Vikes had a night game at East Chicago Washington which was the first night baseball game in V.H.S. history. Ste-e-e-rike one! Go Babe! GOLF TEAM Kneeling: Coach Schnepf. Standing: D. Duncan, F. Ball, J. Flynn, F. Miller, D. Anderson, D. Telle, M. O ' Neil. Off to the Greens The 1960 V.H.S. Golf team had a winning season under the coaching of Mr. Roger Schnepf. The Vikings won 15 out of 16 con- ference meets and placed first in the Western Division of the Northern Indiana High School Conference. The team began their season with three returning lettermen, John Flynn, Chip O ' Neil, and John Worstell. John Flynn led the golfers in scoring with an outstanding average of 39 for his conference meets and a low of 70 for the season. Coach Schnepf gives last minute instructions to team John Flynn, leading scorer, hits a long drive, members D. Telle, D. Anderson, J. Worstell, J. Flynn, and M. O’Neil as they prepare for the next meet. Time out for primping. " Hawaiian Holiday " was the theme of the annual Junior-Senior Prom, held in Boucher Gymnasium on May 20, 1960. Two hundred and fifty couples entered the gym through a trellis entwined with colorful and erotic Hawaiian flowers In the center of the floor was an island sur- rounded by swaying palm trees. A pale Swish and sway. blue ceiling represented the misty sky. anyone. Covering the length of one wall was a mural depicting life in , the South Seas. The other walls were decorated by silver fish nets and shells. A large white sea- shell presented the background for pic- ture taking. Enjoyable music was pro- vided by the Roger Lines Orchestra. Taking the first step in leading the Grand March are class presidents Bob Kitchen and Ed Swanson. Baccalaureate — the spiritual preparation for graduation into a new phase of life. The 87th commencement exercises of the Valparaiso High School were held on June 9, 1960. This marked the completion of four years of hard work for the largest graduating class in V.H.S. history. The 199 graduating seniors chose Valedictorian Ellen Flood to be their representative speaker. Her address, " Dependent Superstructure, " revealed the high quality of the school ' s scho- lastic training. The address to the grad- uates-to-be was given by Mr. Phil N. Eskew, superintendent of public schools at Huntington. Immediately following Mr. Eskew ' s speech entitled " Batters Up, " Principal King Telle pre- sented the long awaited diplomas to the Class of ' 60. With the turning of the tassels the seniors became grad- uates and now belong to the future. The Alpha and the Omega Index SENIORS iderson, David 53.116 iderson, Lloyd 53,102,106 inks, Marlene 53,75,84,85,90 lines, Ruth 53 ivier, Linda 53,75,79,84,85,88,91,93,96,97 ■ach, Jack 53,84 •ach, Larry 54,72,75,84,102,103,105 :dnar, Ester 54,89,90 ■lford, Ronald 54 ■nell. Ann 54,75,79,84 irenthal, James 54,87,102,106 ;rndt, Edward 54,114 ■rndt, Kaylene 54.75,79,90,93 :rrier, Connie 54,85 ggs, Robert 54,102,111 •nder, Carol 55,75.78,90,93 dies, Barbara 6,7,55,73,75,79,90,93,95 ding, Robert 55,72,75,105,114 nd, Barbara 55,75,79,90 iwman, John 55,102,108,112 ady, Bernard 55,75 rchmer, Marie 55,75,79,83,88 oadhurst, Jim 55 ookover, Beverly 55,75,79,90,93 oton, John 56 own, Donald 56,75,87 own, Kathleen 56,90 own, Robert 56,87,95 own, Sharon 56,90,93 icher, Wesley 50,56,72.75.96.97 itterfield, Michael 5,56,72,75,76,82.83,84, 85,89,95,96 itterfield, Sally 56,75,89 90 impbell, Edward 75 impolattara, Michael 56 iprous, Larry 56.94,102,106 irlson, Sandra 56,75,79,90 irpenter, Joel 56 audon, Susan 56,75,79,87,91,93 ichran, Thomas 56 )le, Marlaine 56.90 irdell, Dorothy 56,90 irdes, Elaine 57,75.88.93 irlcy, Ellen 57,75.87.88,89,93 rneil, Kenneth 57.89 irnwell, Terrence 57 aly, Robert 57,72,75,87 aniels, Ronnie 57 aniels, Wilma 57.90 ean, Thomas 57.72,75,103,105 eHaven, [ean 57,75.84.88 huivetter, Carol 75,79.90,93 ickson, Wayne 57 iersen, Donna 57.75.79.88.91,93 odd, Joyce 57,75,79.88,90.93 odd, Judith 57,75,79,90.93 onley, James 4, 6„57 .72, 102, 103,105,1 1 1 ,1 14 rake, Melva 58,75,76.84,90 ravininkas, Herta 5,6.7,58,75,79.88.90.91, 93,100 vgert, Lana 58.75,79.84.85.88.93 bersold, Richard 6,58,72,75,94,96,102.103, 105,114 ckert, William 58.89.102,106 ggleston, Donna 58,87,95 vans, Richard 58.84.85 abing, Richard 58,75,76,86,87,94 ifield, Marc 58 ischer, Rachel 59,75,79,90 lood, Ellen 59,87.88 lowers, Donna 59.75,90 lynn, John 59.102.108,112.116 ollis. Dean 59.72.75.95.102,1 12,1 13,1 15 ollis, Roane 59,72,84,85 railey, Thomas 59 reeman, Charles 59.75 roberg, Brent 59.83.86,88 108 ahl, Robert 60,94,102,103,105,108,110 Gingerich, Kenneth 60,106,115 Goehring, Michael 60,87 Gore, Robert 60.75,96,103,105 Gramhofer, Jon 60 Groverman, Nancy 60,75,79,93,95 Grubb, Emily 60,79,84,90 Guild, Ellen ' 60,75,79,93,96,97 Hackensmith, William 60 Haines, Alice 60,75,79,93 Hall, Joy 60,75,90,93 Harbeck, William 60,87,102.111.112.113,115 Harding, Robert 60,72,87,102,108,112,113, 115 Hargrave, Mary Jo 60,75,79,84 Harper, Walter 60,87 Hawkins, Jim 61 Hayes, Earl 61 Helman, John 61 Hodsdcn, Dorothy 61.75 Howard, Hugh 61,75,95,96,102,106 Hosvard, Lynne 75 Huber. Sharon 61.83,91,93 Jarvis, Cossette 61,75.76.79 84 85 88 Johnson, Brenda 6,7,61,75,79,93,96,97 Johnson, Charles 61,1 02, 1 06, 1 12,113,115 Johnson, Donald 61 Johnson, Edwin 61,75,87,102,106 Johnson, Patricia 75,79,93,96.97 Jones, Jim 61 Jox. Sally 61.75,79.84,85,88.93,95 Keeley Debor ah 61.75.79.89,90 Keeley, Donna 62,79.90.93 Keene. William 75,83,87,89,103.105 Kent, Brian 62 Kindt. George 62.90 Klcmz. Larry 62.72,75,81.84,8.3,94 Kline. Sandra 62.75,79,90,95 Knudsen, York 62.89 Kolasinski. Orma 62.76,85 Koselke, Lucille 62.90 Kuehl, Bonnie 63.75.79,90.93 Kuehl, Linda 63,75,90 Lansing, Carole 63.93 Linkimer. Joann 63.75.79.90.93 Loayza, James 63,72.73,102,103,105 Loring, John 63,75,83,87,89 Magnuson. Alan 63 Maple, James 63 Marten, Gary 63,72,75,102,103,105 Martin, Jill 64,75,87,91,93 Meyer, Betty 64,84,85 Michaels, Chester 64,75,76,87,88 Miller, Christy 64,75,90 Miller, Lynne 4,6,7,64,75,76,79,88,93,94,96, 97 Milzarek, Louana 64 Morris, Nancy 5.64.75.76.79.88 McAtee, Katie 64,75,77,79.90,93 McCracken, Phyllis 64,75.79.93 McKellips, Marianne 6,7,64,73,75,79,84,88, 93,95,100 Nielsen, Geraldine 64,75,87.90,93 Oliver, Helen 64,75,79.84,85,88 Olson. Patricia 64,75,90,93 O’Neill, Martin 5,64,72,87,102,103,105,108, 116 Parsons, Thomas 64,72,75,83,87,94,110 Peace Marjorie 65,75 Phillis. Donald 65 Pifer, Judy 65,75.79.88.90.91,93,95 Podell, Carol 65,75,76,79,90 Ponton, Lesley 65 Powell. Patricia 65,75,79,90,93 Randle, Robert 65,72,115 Rathmann, Renate 65,75,90,93 Rickman, Frank 65 Robinson. Janet 65.73.75.90.93 Rosenberg, Sanda 65,75,77,79,93,95,96,97 Schau, Judith 65,75,90 Sedgwick, Carol 65,73,75,77,79,93,96,97 117 Sellers, Robert 65,111 Semento, Dominic 89,90 Shaar, Sandra 65.75,90 Shain, Jeffery 66 Shedd, Robert 66.112,113 Siemion, Mary 66,75,93 Simmons, Brenda 66,75,79,93 Simon, Lawrence 66,75,87,103 Slack. Carol 66.75.79 Slavey, Dianne 66,75,79,88,93 Smith, Virginia 66.90 Snodgrass. Paula 6.7.66,75.79.83,88,93,100 Sommers, Marcia 67,75,90,93 Steele, Roger 67 Stephens, Carol 67,75.90 Stevenson, Patricia 67.90.93 Stockman Mary 67,75,79,84,90,93 Story, Walter 67,90 Sullivan, Michael 67 Sutter, Richard 67 Sutton, Patrick 67 Swanson, Edward 68,72,94,102,103,104.105, 111,114 Swelstad, Ronald 68.75.87 Swihart, Ann 6,7,68,75,77,79,81,93 Taylor, Lawrence 68 Thayer, Kirt 68,102.114 Thorgren, Judith 68,90 Toelke, Paul 68,72 Tucker, Robert • 68 Tucker, Janice 68,75,90,93 Underwood, Patricia 68,75,79,90 Vendl, Anne 68,75,93 Vendl, Robert 68 Walton, Carol 69,90 Warnock. George 69 Wehner, Richard 69,72 Weideman. Owen 69,84 Westbay, Nancy 90 White, Barbara 75,90,93 White, John 69,72 Williams, Carolyn 69 Wilson, James 69 Wilson, Joseph 69,72 Wilson, Walter 69,75,87,102,106 Woods, Donald 69 Worden, Charles 69.72.75,88.96.97 Worsted, John 69,72,75,87,89,102,108.112. 113.116 Yotingren, Mary Ann 69.75.79 88 91.93 Zeman, Iantha 69.75.79.88,89,90,93 Zulich Donetta 69,75,79,90 JUNIORS Adamski, Roberta 46,75,79,85,91,93,96 Allison, Marian 46 Anderson, Alice 46,75,79.84 Anderson, Jeffery 46.83.87.95.106.1 1.3 Anderson, Linda 46,75,79,83,87,88,93,95 Andresen, Harold 46 Ashbaugh, Paul 46 Astrologes, Lawrence 46,89,102,108 Auble, Ray 46.76,89 Babcock, Richard 46.83,87 Backus, Susan 46.75,79,84,85,87,88,93,95 Barnett, Norma 46 Bay, Joanne 46,75 Beach, Charlotte 46,75,76,79,83,93,94 Beach, Dennis 46 Benninghoff, Bruce 46,115 Bernard. David 46 Berndt. Charlene 46,75,79,88,93 Biggs, William 46 Billings, Judith 46 Boling, Ronald 46,103,114 Boyd, Alice ,46,79,93 Brajcki, Judith 46 Britton, Jerrv 46,110 Broadhurst, Jeanette 47,75 Brown, Janet 47 Buchanan, Allen 47 Index Burrus, Dave 47,83,95 Bush, Curt 47,72,75,87,94,103 Callahan, William 47 Carmichael, Richard 47 Carmichael, William 47,75,87,94,106 Casbon, Dennis 47 Cavan, James 47,87 Cavinder, Michael 47 Chester, Dan 47,75,84 Chester, Jim 47 Christman, Harold 47 Christy, Brian 47 Church, Terry 47 Claussen, Steve 47 Colburn, Jerry 47,87,95,106 Codings, Terry 47,76 Collins, Skip 47,50,102.103,108,110 Coolman, Clara 17,84,85 Corcoran, Margaret 47,76,87,89 Crisman, Larry 47,114 Crum, Raymond 47,76.86,87 Csaba, Christy 47.79,93 Davies, John 47.103 Davis, Carol 47,75,79,82.84.93 Dayton, Mary Ellen 47.75.79.88,93 Dean, Mary Ann 47,75,79,93,96 Decker, Caryn 47,75 Decker, Mary Lou 75 Deckro, William 47 DeGrazia, Diane 47,75,79.87,88,93 deSimon, Clara 47.75 7 9.93.96,100 Deters, Fred 47,57,87,95,106 Doelling, Clarence 47,87,110 Dommer, Jim 47,110,112 Dowd, Glenn 47 Dowd, Kenneth 47,72,75,102,103,111 Dresden, Jessie 47,75 Dye, Douglas 47,86,89 Dye, James 47,86,89 Eades, Janice 47 Eckert, Janet 46,47,7.5,79,84,91,93,96 Eder, Diann 47,75,79,87 F.hnes, Fred 47,83,87 Eldridge, Gene 47,75 Ellenberger, Greer 47.75,79,88,91,93,96 Evans, Patricia 47,75,79 Ferguson, James 48,72,75.86,87.89 Fitch, Sharon 48.75,79,87,88.93,96 Fitzgerald, Mary Ellen 48,75,76,79,87,88,93, 100 Follis, Linda 48,75,79,88,93 loncannon. Joe 48,72.75,94,95,101,103,111 Foreman, Richard 48 Frailey, Dave 48 F ' roberg, Rogene 48,75,83 Frogge, Charles 48,87,103,114 Fry, Janice 48,75,79 Fryer, Judy 48,75,83.87 German, Arthur, 48,87,103 Goede, Philip 48 Good, Eugene 48 Graebner, Charles 48.83,87 Graham, Robert 48,112 Green, Martha 48 Guillatim. William 48,115 Gunder, Carole 48,75,84,93 Gutt, Jack 48 Flaley, Cheryl 48,75,79,83,94,95 Hall, ' William 48 Hallberg. Robert 48.115 Hanchar, Cynthia 48,75,79,93 Hathaway, Paul 48 Hawkins, Margaret 48,75,84 Heffernan, Jim 48,102.114 Henderson, Sandra 48,75,79,93 Herron, David 48,76 Highlan. Gordon 48 Hill, Edwin 48 Hodsden, Donald 48 Hoeg, Dawn 48,75 Holmgren, John 48 Horak, Diane 48 Hough, Bonnie 48,75,79 Howard, Roger 48 Huber, Charlotte 48 Huber. Lawrence 48,72,83,115 Huff, Linda 48,75,76,79,93 Hughart, Carol 48,75 Humphrey, Robert 48 Hurley, Patricia 48,75,79,82,93 Hygh, Richard 48 Ihnat, William 48 Ingram, Fred 48 Jameson, Paula 48,75,76,79,95 Johnson, Denis 48 Johnson, Suzanne 49,75,77,79,84,85,87,88,93, 95 Jolley, Bertie 49,75,79,93 Jones Daniel 49,108,112 Jones, Tim 49,84 Rahnev. Dean 49.72.75.103 Kaltenbach, Mary 49,75,76.79,93 Kitchen, Robert 46,49,72,75,87,95,102,103, 106,114 Koepke, Marcia 49,75,77,79,84,85,87,88,93, 96 Krause, George 49 Krause, Susan 49,75,79,87,93 Kroenke, Wayne 49,83.87,95 Kuebrich. Vincent 49 Kyes, Judith 49,75,79 Lambert, Sue 49,75,79,85,93 Lambert, Thomas 49,94,102,103 Landgrebe, Donna 49,75 Lane, Larry 49 Larcom, Jeanette 49,75 Lasko, James 49,116 Lasko, Rita 49 Lawrence, Carl 49 Lawrence, Joann 49,75,79 Leets, Debra 49,75,82 Leib, Judith 49 Linton, Larry 49 Lite, Elisabeth 49,75,79 Long, Kathryn 49,75 Ludington, Catherine 49,79 Ludington, Marvin 49 Magid, Dennis 49,87,110 . Mandernach, Marie 50 Mankin, Gilbert 50 Marshall. Carole 50 Martin, Judy 50,75,79,91,93 Meyerowitz, Barry 50 Miller, Norman 50 Miller, Terry 50 Miracle, Judy 50,85 Mitchell, Bennie 50.87 Mohler, Judith 50,75,84,88.93 Moneypenny, Cathy 50,75,79 Montague, Joanne 50,75,79 Montoney, Carolyn 50,75,79,84 Morris, Jackie 50,75.82,83.88 89.96 Murphy, Patrick 50,102,103.108,110 Murvihill, Frances 50,75,79.93,94 McDonald, Georganne 50,75,76,79,84,85, 87,88,93 McKean, Charles 50,76 Nallenweg, Renee 50.84 Neal, Martha 50,75,76,79,84,85,88,93 Nelson, Robert 50.102,111,116 Nichols, Sharon 50,75 Olas, Diane 50,75.79 Oliver Nancy 50.75.79.96 Parsons, Charles 51,102,110 Partlow, Richard 51 Pedersen, Emil 51 Pedersen. Roger 51 Perkins. Ronald 51 Peters, Barbara 51,75,93 Pierce, Lawrence 51 118 Pierce, Thomas 51,7 6,89 Pietsch, Herbert 51,86,103.108.110 Prentiss, Jerry 46,51,87.94,102,103,110 Prentiss, Thomas 51. 84,1 12, 103,1 11 Raber, Jamelyn 51,75 Ranck, Thomas 51.72,95 Randall, Barbara 51,75,93 Rhodes. Robert 51,75 Ricketts, Lawrence 51 Ripley. Jerry 51,111.112,114 Risto, Flerbert 51,86 Rohn, Karen 51,75,79,85 Ronneau. John 51 Rusch, Michael 51 Sabo, Millicent 51.75.79 Schroeder. Patricia 51.76,79 Schuessler. Paul 51.87,103 Schultz. Elizabeth 51.75,79,87,88,91,93 Schwaller, Gerald 51 Schwanholt. Charles 51.83, 86.87 Seelig, Wyckham 51,86,103,108,114 Sells, Kariene 51,75 Sexton, Sarah 51,75,85 Shearer, Richard 51 Shearhod, Orville 51 Short, Richard 51 Shull. George 51.83.89.96 Shupc, Barbara 51,76,89 Sievers, Sandra 51 Sievers, William 51 Silhavy, Edward 51 Silhavy, John 51 Smith, Larry 51 Smith. Robert 51,102,112,115 Spruitenburg, Friona 51,85 Stager, Pete 51,75,87 Stalbaum, Edith 51.75,76,79,87 Stalbaum. Jerry 51.89 Stanton, Keith 51,102,103 Stephens, Gilbert 51 Stevens, Gilbert 51 Stevens, Loretta 51 Stinnett, Robert 52 Stoltz, Sharyl 46.52.75.77,79,85,88,93 Stoner. John 52,102.103 Stowers, Judith 52,85 Swisher, Robert 52,75,83,87 Tamer, Rose 52,79 Telle, Richard 52,72.87,96.116 Thorgren, Sheryl 52,75,79,87,93 Van Asdall, Janice 52 Wagner, Pat 52,75.79.85,93 Wallace, Olivia 52,75.79,93,100 Washburn, Charles 52 Webb, Virginia 52,75,79.83.87.90 Wehner, Marilyn 52,75,79,83,87,90 Weichert, Richard 52, 115 West, Jerry 52,84 Wheeler, Cheryl 52,75,79,87 Wheeler, Earl 52 White, Paul 52 Whitton, Sharon 52.79.93 Wieggel. David 52,87,102,103,106 Will, Larry 52,102,103 Williams, John 52,75 Wilson, Harold 52 Wilson, Jeffrey 52,72,94 Witters, John 52,87,114 Zulich, Michael 52,86 SOPHOMORE- Anderson. Sandra 40,74,78,92 Arnold, Don 40.83,113,115 Ashbaugh, Judy 40,78 Atwell. I.arrv 40 Ball. Frank ' 40,113,116 Ballmer, John 40 Bankert. Jon 40.76,83.87 Barnes, Pat 40.74,78.84,90 Bartok, Winifred 40,74,78 Index Batchelor, Diane 40,74,78,84,92 Bednar, Doris 40,78,89 Bentley, Elizabeth 40 Berlin, Barbara 40,74 Berndt, Beverly 40 Bernhart, Carol 40,74,78,88,92 Bernhart. Jim 40,83,89,94 Berrier. Robert 40 Betts, William 40,110,113 Bevan, John 40,76,86,89 Biggs, l.oren 40,84,86,105 Biggs, Pauline 40,85,89,92 Bilic, Richard 40 Bird, Robert 40,106,110 Blastick, Karen 40,74,78 Boling, Ed 41,105,109,115 Boyer, Ron 4 1 Brindlc, Mary 41,74,83,92 Brocksmith, Charlotc 41,74 Broton, Pat 41,74 Brown, Brenda 40,41,74,78,91,92 Brown, Kay 41 Brown, Sarah 41,74,78,92 Brumbaugh, Elmer 41 Bucci, Auggie 41,95,106 Bucher, Geoff 41 Bucher, Kathleen 41,74,78 Bush, Barbara 41,74,78,92,100,101 Buxton, Pamela 41 Case, Carolyn 41,74,78,84,85,92 Chandler, Lenora 41,85 Christman, John 41 Cleveland, Jerry 41 Clifford. Mike 41,105 Clouse, Anna 41 Cole, Dale 41,115 Cooper, Sharon 41 Cropper, Walter 41 Crum, Betty 41 Davton, Sheila 41,74.78.92 Decker, Michael 41,102,112,115 Denison, Steven 41,105 deSimon, Judy 41,74,78,92,94 Doelling, Paul 41 Dorris, Susan 41,74,78,92 Douglas, James 41.105 DuFallo, Richard 41 Duncan, David 11.116 Duncan, Dennis 41 Dunkelbarger, Roger 41 Dvgert, Norman 4 1 ,84,85,1 1 5 Eckert, James 41,85.109,113,115 Eddington, Edward 41 Eick, Jolene 41 Emerson, Donna 41,78 Farrar, John 41 Fetla, Edward 41 Findling, Donna 41,74,92 Fleming, Robert 41 Flowers, N’ita 40.41.74,78,90,92 Frey, Judith 41,74 Froberg, Kim 41,83,86 Frogge, Mary Ann 41 Fulton, Joann 42,74,85 Gaedtke. Ray 42 Gingerich, David 42.84 Glanders, Judy 42.74,78,92,94 Good, Marvin 42,113,114 Goede, Thomas 42 Gray, Lois 42,78.88,92 Gray, Patricia 42,74.78.92 Green, Mary 40.42.74.78.92 Gregory, Steve 42.105,109,115 Griffith, Ted 42.84 Groverman. Jackie 42,74,78.92 Guilford, Marcia 42,74,78,83,85.88,92 Gustafson. Pamela 42,76 Haefling, William 42 Hall, Margaret 42 Hamilton, William 42,94.105.106,1 15 Harrington, Kathleen 42,74,92 Harris, Marcia 42,74,78,92 Harris. Phyllis 42,74.78,84 Hassel, Diane 42,76 Hayes, Charles 42 Heimberg, Wayne 42 Heinhold. Janet 42,74,78,83 Heinz, George 42 Heiser, Gail 42 Helman, Frances 42,74,78,91,92,100,101 Hildreth, William 42.72,95,102,111,116 Hill, Carole 42,74,78,92 Hill. Charles 42 Holmgren, Martha 42,84,88 Howard, Dennis 42 Howe, Anna 42,92 Huber, Janet 42,92 Ihnat, Edward 42 Ireland. Pat 42,74,78,84,85,88,92 Irons, James 42 Jankowski, Kenneth 42,102,109,115 Jankowski. Sharon 42,78,83 Jensen, David 42,115,116 Jessep, John 42.105,106 Johnson, Charles 42 Johnson, Jill 42,74,78,92 Johnson, Rov 42 Johnson, Sarah 42.74,85 Johnston. Terry 42,102,103,115 Jolley, Jane 42.74,78,92,94 Jones, Judith 42 Jones, Linda 42,74,92 Jones, Robert 43,105 Jopes, Annette 43,74,78 Kaplan, Sherie 43,74,78,92 Karamesines, Mike 43 Kautz. Philip 43,89,102,106 Kazlauski. Sally 43.74 Kechn. Sally 43,74,78.88 King, Keith 43.76.83,96 Kinne, Sharon 43,74,92 Knopp, William 43,84.86 Koeppen, Janet 43,74,78.92 Kornblith, Davida 43,74 Koselke, James 43 Krachey, James 43,113,115 Krats, Karl 43 Kretzmann, John 43,84 Krieger, Charles 43,103,105.109,110 Kruse, Arlene 43,74,78,92,96 Kuehl, Bill 43,115 Lamb, Jane 43,74,83,92,96 Lamberson, Sue 43 Landgrcbe, George 43 Laubc, Patricia 43.74,78,85.88.92 Lightcap, Kathleen 43,74,78,85,88,92 Lindholm. Ralph 43.116 Maguire, Judy 43,74,78,92 Makovsky, Theodore 43,83,106 Manago, Fred 43,109,113,115 Mandernach, Arlene 43,76,92 Marrell, Cathy 43,74,78,92 Maudlin, Barbara 44 Maudlin, Richard 44,89 Mead, Donald 44,105 Miller, Frank 44,116 Miller. Fred 44.94.102,103,105,106,114 Miller, Gerald 44,84 Miller, Jim 44,102,103,114 Millspaugh, Earl 44,84 Mitchell, Larry 44 Molengraft, Neal 44,106 Monroe, Marlin 44,106 Mvers, Sally 44 Nelson. Jerry 44,108,109,110,113 Newell, Donna 44,74 Nicholas, Denise 44 Nichols, Sandra 44 Oesting, David 115 O ' Keefe, Ralph 44 Olin, James 44,1 13,1 15 O ' Malley, Robert 44 O’Neill, Steve 44,94.108.109.112,115 Parrv, Marsha 44.74.78,92.100,101 Perry, David 44,83,95 Perry, Robert 44.83 Peterson, Diane 44 Peuquet, David 44 Pierce, Douglas 44.95,116 Podell, Connie 44,74,78 Poehler, Janet 44,74 Ponader. Josette 44,78 Powell, Joan 44,74 Powell, Stephen 44 Prahl, David 44 Price, Marilyn 44.74.78,84,92,95 Prowant, Clyde 44,105 Pullins. Margie 44 Quintero, Henry 44 Rechlin, Linda 44,74.91,92 Reed, Mary 44,74,78.88 Richmond, James 44,105 Rickman. Edward 4,102,112.115 Ripley, Ronald 44 Ripley, Terry 44.111,116 Robins, Betty 44, 78 Robey, Donna 44.78 Robinson, David 44 Rockwell. Pat 44 Rugg. Diane 44 Saar, Frances 44.74,78 Sacks. Sharon 44.74.92 Schneegas, Thomas 45 Sechler. Donald 45 Seelig, Martin 45,83.105.115 Shain, Judy 45 Sherman, Nancy 45.78.88.92 Shively, Pete 45,102,103,109,115 Shook, John 45 Short. Reginald 45 Showalter. Rusta 45.88 Shurr, Mike 45,105 Sievers, Jeffrey 45,116 Snyder, Georgia 45 Stahl, Linda 45,74,78,85,92 St. Clair, Paul 45 Stevens, Glenda 45 Stockman, Nancy 45,74.78 Sullivan. George 45 Sutherland. Gav 45.74.78 Swisher, Kathleen 45,74,83.84.85.92,94 Thompson, Ronald 45 Tincher, Tobv 45.74.78.84.92,100,101 Tomczak, Chuck 45,115 Touting, Vendo 45 Topper. Thomas 45,87 Townsend. Rodney 45,102,106 Trinosky, Paul 45 Villancuve, Ron 45 Villiaume, Susan 45.78 Vinikour. Allen 45,103 Vitoux, Terry 45 Vogt. Stephen 45,109.113,115 Walsh. Gregory 45,89 Weber, Karin 45 Wermcrantz, Steven 40.45.94 Wheele. Jody 45 White. Eileen 45. 74.78 White. Marilvn 45.74.78 Whitler. Dan 45,103.105.109.115 Williamson, Janet 45.74.78.84.92,95 Williamson. Sails 45,74 78,92 Wilson, Rosemary 45.74 Witters, William 45 FRESHMEN Affeld, Dean 34 Allison, Bill 34 119 Index Anderson, John 34,105,106 Anderson, Peggy 34,74,78,92,100,101 Anselm, Michael 34,113 Archer, Steve 34,105 Asstalos, Jim 34,113 Atwell, Linda 34,76,92 Babcock, Sharon 34,74,78 Bach, David 34,105,109 Barry, Sara 34,74,78 Beebe, Michael 34,87 Bennett, David 34 Bennett, Robert 34 Benton, Carol 34,74,85 Berrier, Ralph 34 Biggs, Ronald 34 Biggs, Thomas 34 Binder, Jeanette 34,74 Blachly, Patricia 34,78,92 Bogan, Bruce 34 Boron, Carol 34,74,83,92 Boyd, Charles 34,113 Brookover. Barbara 34,74 Brown, Ralph 35 Brown, Shirley 35,74 Burrus, Phyllis 35,74 Butterfield, David 35,105,106,116 Campolattara, Mary 35 Carlin, Thomas 35,109 Carlson, David 34,35,109,113 Casbon, Jerry 35,105 Casbon, Ronald 35 Chester, James 35,105 Chester, Ralph 35,113 Christman, Gale 35,74,78,92 Christman, Larry 35 Cluck, Mary Jo 35,74,76 Cole, Arlaine 35 Cole, Glenn 35 Coleman, Mary 35.74,76,92 Comeford, Bob 35,109.113 Comeford, William 35,109,113 Conner, Gary 35 Cooper, Ida 35 Copper, Sandra 35,74,78 Crook, Verna 35,74 Culp, Samuel 35 Cuningham, Linda 35,74,85 Cuson, Theodore 35 Dalv, Richard 35,105 Davison, Chris 35,105 DeArmitt, Diann 35.85 Deckro, John 35,109,113 Denison, Rebecca 35 Deters, Philip 35,83.105,106 Doelling, Cheryl 35,74 DuBois, Larry 35,105 Ebersold. Jane 35 Eckley, Sharon 35.74,78 Edwards, Joseph 35 Ehnes, Paul 35,84 Eichenseher, John 35 Eiler, Bob 34,35.94,109,113 Elsten, Donna 35.76 Fischer. Diana 35,74,78,100,1001 Fischer, Mary 35 Fitzgerald, Sharon 35 Fivecoat, Larry 35 Flitter, Moritta 35.74 Follis, Diane 35.74.78.92 Foote, Gretchen 36,74,85 Forbes, Parrill 36 Frailey, Phil 36 Froberg, Janet 36,74,83 Froenicke, David 36 Fronek. Donald 36 Frver, Richard 36.113 Fulton. Ruth 36.74.78,85,92 Furr. Thomas 36,94 Gaines, Alan 36, Gant, James 36 Getz, Jim 36,109,113 Getz, Joanne 36,78,92 Gillespie, Patricia 36 Gloff, Dennis 36,105,109 Gott, Allen 34,36,105,109 Grady, Dennis 36 Graham. Gerald 36,84,105,106 Gregory, Patricia 36,74 Haggerty, Isabel 36,74,78,94 Haines, Richard 36,106,113 Hall, Gerald 36,84,113 Hall, Jacquelyn 36,85 Hanna, Ronald 36,105,109 Hanna, Sandra 36,74,78 Hardesty, Judy 36 Harkin, Linda 36,74,78,92 Harrell, Elsie 36,92 Harrington, Patrick 36,113 Hart, Hal 36,94,105,106,116 Hart, Kathleen 36,74,78,83 Harvey, Betty 36,78 Hawkins, Patricia 36,74 Hemmersbach, Robert 36 Hennessey, Patricia 36 Hennig, Ingrid 36 Hewlett, Patricia 36,74 Hicks, Lawrence 36,106 Hill, Barbara 36,76 Hill, Linda 36,74,78,88,92,94,100,101 Hofferth, Judith 36,74 Holst, Daryl 36,83 Honzik, Elaine 36,74,83 Hoover, James 36 Horak, Janet 36,74,78 Horak, Joan 36,74,78 Hutton, Thomas 36,102,105,106 Hyatte, Shirley 36 Jain, Melodye 37,74 Jensen, Jean 37 Johnson, Constance 37 Johnson, Rosemary 37,74,78,92 Jones, Beth .37,74,78 Jones, Diane 37 King, Harold 37 Kitchen, Dennis 37,105 Klapp, Steve 37 Klein, Richard 37,83 Knoblock, Ralph 37 Knudsen, Karen 37,74,78,92 Kolasinski, Phebe 37,78 Kratz, Hans 37 Kroenke, Eunice 37,74,85,92 Lamberson, Bonnie 37,74,78,92 Lamberson, Walter 37 Lambert, Sharon 37,85 Larson, Karen 37,85 Larue, Charles 37,105 Lawrence, Allen 37 Lawrence, Glenn 37 Legler, Gerald 37 Lemster, Karen 37 Liggett, Carol 37,85,92 Ling, Thomas 37 Linkimer, Thomas 37,109,113 Lintner, Carl 37 Lintner, Julie 37 Linton, Sharon 37,74,92 Long, Dave 37,109,113 Ludington, Allen 37 Makovsky, Caryl 37,74,78,82,83,92 Manago, Densil 37 Maple, Rosemary 37 Marsden, Jari 37,74,89,94 Marten, Bruce 37 Mellenthin, Gene 37 Mertz, Douglas 37 Miller, Arthur 37 Miracle, Phyllis 37,78 120 Mohler, Morris 37 Moser, David 37 Murvihill, John 37,105 McCasland, Mary 37 _ McMeans, Charles 37 McMeans, Irma 37,74,78 Nelson, Jane 37,74 Newell, Lynn 37,74 Nicholas, Vincent 37.105 Nielsen, Susan 38.74,83,92 Niendorf, David 38,105 Peck, Jackie 38,74.78 Peirce, Chcri 34,38.74,82,92 Peters, Donna 38.74,78 Peters, Frances 38,78 Phares, Mary 38 Pierce, Patricia 38,74 Pierce. Sandra 38,74,78 Pierce, Sharon 38 Pinkerton, John 38 Platt, Stephen 38.94.105,109 Powell, Leah 38,74.83 Racettc, Colin 38,113 Raines. Barbara 38,74,78,92 Randall. Stephen 38 Reedy, Ronald 38 Richards, Cecil 38.89 Rickman, Mike 38.109,113 Robinson, David 38 Robinson, Christine 38 Rowland, Sharon 38.74,78,92 Rucker, Suzanne 39,94 Saar, Mary 39,78 Sanford, John 39,84.106,113 Savage, Margaret 39,74,88 Schau, David 39 Schenker, Craig 39,113 Schroeder Madelon 39,76,78 Schultz, Dale 39 Sefton, Bonne 39 Shufflebotham, Laurieanne 39,76 Sievers, Patricia 39 Sims, Richard 39 Slavey, Patricia 39,74,78,95 Smith, Pam 39.74,92 Soliday, Edmond 39,109,113 Spruitenburg, Barbara 39 Steel, John 39 Stihchfield, Mary 39.74.78,92,94 Swanson, Sara 39.74.78.92 Swelstad, Jack 39,109,113 Swihart, Tom 39 Svbicki, Laura 39 Taiclet, Gene 39 Talley, Charles 39,105 Tilton. Carol 39 Todd, Glenn 39 Townsend, Valerie 39,85,88 Tracey, Terry 39 Troxel, Sharon 39,74,78 85 Underwood. Suzanne 39,74,78,83,88 Urbahns, Theresa 39 Urschel. Cinda 39.85.88 Urschel. Elena 39.88 Waldschmidt. Carol 39,74,85 Weichert, Sandra 39.74 Weideman, Marsha 39.78.94 Weinstein, Garnet 39,76,92 West. Kathern 39,74,92 White, James 39 White. Richard 39 Wickersham, Bill 39,105 Wienke, Tom 39 Williams, Barbara 39,74 Wilt. Glen 39 Wood, Terry 39,105 Woods, Virginia 39 Zulich. Dianne 39.74 78 Zywanoski, Sandra 39,74


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