Valparaiso High School - Valenian Yearbook (Valparaiso, IN)
- Class of 1961
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PORTER CO LIBRARY SYSTEM - VALPARAISO GEN 977 298 VAL Valeman Valparaiso High School Yearboo 3 3410 00146508 9 VALENIAN The Senior Class of 1961 Valparaiso High School Valparaiso, Indiana presents the YALENIAN Volume 45 THIS IS VHS . . . Contents Academics Activities Faculty Athletics Students This is Valparaiso High School. The building itself hasn’t changed much in the past few years nor have the teachers. They still guide the faltering steps of young people with the patience and per- severance that comes from years of experience. The students themselves haven’t changed much. They still make endless journeys around the halls before school begins. Dances, clubs, and sports are as aliuays the main source of enjoyment for teens at VHS. The burden of homework still presents them with seemingly insoluble problems. The same friendliness, laughter, and excitement that characterizes our school is present from eight in the morning, ivhen 978 students scurry to their classes, till the ringing of the three o’clock bell, telling them that another school day has passed. Yes, this is VHS, our home away from home, and xue like it. . . . Where We Spend l A of Each Day. . . “To eat or not to eat, that is the question.” “Friend or foe?” wonders junior speech student during pantomime. Mastery of oral and written communications is the total purpose of our English courses. Mastering the essentials of composition, underclassmen struggled through short themes, punctuation and capitaliza- tion exercises. Second semester brought a challenge comprehending Great Expectations and the Odyssey for freshmen, and Silas Marner and Julius Caesar for sophomores. English took on a new aspect for juniors as they started practicing the proper public speaking. To apply their new speaking abilities, the juniors staged the Speech Banquet. In literature they studied American writers for the first time. Seniors surveyed English literature. Finally, in preparation for college, seniors completed the well-known term paper for advanced composition. English teachers included Miss Audrey Shauer, Miss Margaret Nelson, Mrs. Linda Bixler, Mrs. Evelyn Conkling, Mrs. Mary Edna Bowman, and Mr. Olen Griesbaum, Mr. Roy Brown, and Mr. Burton Conkling. Jets, rockets— VHS, foreign languages? Yes, present day events have had their effects on VHS: our foreign language department has assumed greater importance. Two years each of Latin, German, and Spanish were offered this year. Roman culture, dress, and language were taught in Latin through some readings from the Odyssey, Aeneid, and Caesar’s Gallic Wars. Frequent oral recitation and translation exercises gave students an introduction to spoken German. By the end of the course German novels and newspapers were part of the students’ reading material. Not only were Spanish customs studied throughout the year, but also a “south of the border” atmosphere was created in Spanish classes by posters, newspapers, and pinatas. Teaching these foreign languages were Mr. Robert Hummel, Mrs. Dolores Bauer, and Miss Florence Craig. Mrs. Ruth Froberg substituted for Miss Craig during her illness. 6 Language — The Basis of Modern Education Caesar stumps another Latin class. Spanish ads add modern touch to modern language. » - The Sciences Build Our Technical Foundations Mathematics is a definite science which requires accuracy and clear thinking. Valparaiso High offered general math, beginning and advanced algebra, plane geometry, and trigonometry. The main problem throughout all the courses seemed to be finding that unknown. In algebra courses this usually involved solving numerous equations. In geometry and trigon- ometry, however, the unknown was found by working with figures. Another phase was the construction and visualization of these figures. This provided a founda- tion for the three dimensional figures of solid geometry. The satisfaction of solving a difficult problem was the reward found in math classes. Math instructors were Mr. William Eiler, Mr. Glen Ellis, Mr. Wesley Maiers, and Miss Sandra Dragoo. Tied closely with math was the Science Department: biology, chemistry, and physics. Biology students studied the plant and animal kingdoms through leaf collections, microscope work, dissections, and indi- vidual projects. Chemistry students discovered the composition of several materials. Playing a major role in this study were laboratory experiments. Finally, students in physics classes studied physical principles combining math know-how and common sense. The biology teachers were Mrs. Carolyn Bush, and Mr. Paul Miller. The chemistry teacher was Mr. Roger Williams, and the physics teacher was Mr. Charles Apgar. Now what’s the tangent of 60 ? Practical Applications for Modern Day Life Where’s the brake? The increasing number of teen drivers made drivers’ training a very popular course at VHS. Once a week each student in that course had an opportunity to practice driving in our 1961 Chevrolet. Besides instructing the art of driving, Mr. John Wiggins taught the basic mechanics of an automobile, and a thorough understanding of safety behind the wheel. Home economics also attracted many students. In cooking classes girls studied about nutrition, economy in food buying, and preparation of food. Efficiency in food preparation increased as the girls realized they were required to sample their cooking. Future seamstresses developed ease in reading patterns and machine operation, while making articles of clothing of varying difficulty. Further domestic skills were taught in home nursing and child care. Along with domestic skills Miss Edith Weems, home economics teacher, stressed qualities which would lead to more mature womanhood. 10 A Healthy Body Requires Care and Exercise Hold on tight! All high school students must earn one credit in physical education or in some athletic activity. Under the direction of Miss Olive Wade girls learned the fundamentals of such sports as speedball, basketball, archery, badminton, and volleyball. In Mr. Virgil Sweet’s classes, boys preferred baseball, basketball, and football. All gym classes emphasized physical fitness and good health practices. Health and safety was a semester course required for all students. It was mainly concerned with the practice of good health habits and caution in every- day living. Besides learning the names of important muscles and bones in the human body, pupils had a chance to observe the dissection of joints, hearts, and lungs of animals. Health and safety teachers included Mr. Sweet and Miss Wade. Health students learn anatomy. 1 1 Musical-minded students can develop their abilities in band or choir. The Valparaiso High School Band consists of marching, pep, and concert bands. The Marching Vikings were led by drum major, Bob Graebner, who attended Smith-Walbridge during the summer for instruction. A guest appearance at Ball State Teachers College highlighted their season. As a closely knit unit, all band members worked to reach perfection in concert band. This group made several fine appearances throughout the year. Private lessons and class instructions given by Mr. Robert Miller, band director, enabled band members to become better musicians. Choir, a music course, is more than just singing; it is a course of learning. Choir members received basic vocal training while studying the works of masters. Memorization of numerous melodies required close attention and practice. Led by choir director, Mr. Philip Dunn, both the Girls Glee Club and the mixed choir performed on several occasions including student convocations. Band and Choir Increase Music Appreciation Mr. Dunn’s musical hands lead the choir as they hum-mm-mm. 12 Mr. Brammell explains the complexities of the drill. Vocational Arts Use imagination in your art work. Industrial Art courses have a very important part in our curriculum. Besides preparing for future jobs, shop boys learn to work with others. Under the guid- ance of Mr. Paid Brarrfmell, boys in wood shop Vor completed such projects wall shelves. In machin required completion of trawl, and pruning saw. presses, and millirtyt mat hjnes that “safety first” mechanical drawing ' were taught. All boy T-square, scale, and guidance of Mr. Ro spice and book racks, and shop Mr. Kenneth Pifer utility ' hammer, garden kjmg with lathes, drill he boys were taught most importance. In r damentals of drafting fecame familiar with the instruments under the dvanced courses irchitecture, and ' talent course, was prepared the boys fo electronics. Electroni taught by Mr. Charle Art classes were alk w elSa lfe " the Industrial Arts building. a|MjMjMgg|£(]2iuiis included ' water colors, charcoal, pW and ink, afifr sepia drawings. Art courses were he W TOeveloping individual expres- sion, and preparing for such fields as interior decoration, advertising, and teaching. 13 Learning of the Past, the Present, the Future Time tells the story. World history pupils often use a time-chart for placing events. Understanding the present comes from knowledge of the past. Dipping far into the past and probing for a more basic understanding of man’s ways, students studied world history. By relating the history and development of all nations, a background for solution of present and future problems was attained. The challenge of some of these problems were pre- sented in the World Week. America has played a part in the world’s history, but she also has a history of her own. This was taught in U. S. history. Map work and frequent films, as well as memorization of dates, names, and places, were part of the course’s study public affairs uiAfc-.n-pd u-ppVU Observer. Teachers of and Mr. Da Roger Schne Current articles on the American Mrs. Linda Bixler, rd Gunner, Mr. 14 An Informed Student Makes a Better Citizen PERSONALITY NEEOS Students in economic classes speculate on the stock market. The study of economics and civics is a basic curricu- lum requirement at Valpo High. Production, distribu- tion, and consumption are the ‘‘big three” that VHS seniors studied while learning about American capitalism under Mr. Roger Schnepf. Seniors gained a broader understanding of our economic system through studies in the Neivsweek, Wall Street Journal , and other related reading materials. Stock market complexities were simplified as each senior studied his “own $1000 investment.” In addition to learning economics, seniors studied government. Civics classes, taught by Mr. Jack Hildreth, endeavored to give our teen-agers a better understanding of their country and encourage them to be good citizens. Also taught by Mr. Hildreth was sociology, an elective open to seniors. After studying human rela- tions, students were able to apply their knowledge to everyday living. “But sir, it says here that Washington was our first presi dent,” argues civics student. 15 Seniors frantically finish term papers. Peace and quiet? Time Is Also Spent in Quiet Study Students Prepare for Complexities of Business World Typing students gain speed and accuracy through practice. Many students took business courses to prepare for future jobs in the business world. Those interested in clerical or secretarial work received training in typing, shorthand, or bookkeeping. Typing students found that constant practice was needed to complete the required manuscript, “dictionary,” and invoices. This was also true in shorthand as students advanced from the formation of simple words to the rapid pace of dictation. Accuracy was the key word for those in bookkeeping. Applying their new knowledge about the different systems of businesses, these students worked on several projects. Business courses were not restricted to merely me- chanical phases. For those interested in obtaining a basic understanding of business terms and practices, the following were offered: business law, business English, and general business. Guest speakers were invited to talk to the classes. So that the students could apply their knowledge to their lives, much time was spent in discussion. Business English students reported on their occupational interests after inter- viewing successful businessmen and secretaries. Business teachers were Mr. Bryce Rohn, Mr. Garth Johnson, Mr. John Wiggins, and Mr. Erwin Rump. “Now, check your proportion, girls,” Mr. Rohn instructs his shorthand class. “Seniors, seniors, full of fun, we’re the class of ’61!” yell senior girls at Homecoming skit. The height of excitement came again to VHS in a never-to-be-forgotten Homecoming, Septem- ber 30, 1960. Included in the afternoon pep session was a hilarious skit given by the senior girls portraying their “perfect” Homecoming. That night the Vikings fought valiantly against Rensselaer. Sitting in white convertibles, the Homecoming court watched our team whip the Bombers 35-13. Victory was followed by a de- lightful evening of dancing during which the Student Council president. Curt Bush, an- nounced the seven girls on the court and their escorts. First to approach the throne on the arm of her escorts was Sharyl Stoltz, followed by Janet Eckert, Pat Wagner, Diane DeGrazia, and Mimi Fitzgerald. Next in the spotlight was the runner-up, Olivia Wallace, followed by the crownbearer, Sandy Sweet, and the scepterbear- er, Curt Corneil. At last, Marcia Koepke, our Queen for 1960, was escorted to the throne. She was crowned— and kissed— by the football co- captains, Keith Stanton and Ken Dowd. The lovely Queen’s dance brought an end to our 1960 Homecoming. Overcome with joy, Marcia Koepke receives the Queen’s roses from Miss Margie Nelson signifying her beginning reign as 1960 Homecoming Queen. 18 M irni Fitzgerald Pat Wagner Marcia Koepke Diane DeGrazia Sharyl Stoltz This is VHS. . . “First and ten— do it again!” cheer happy Viking football fans. Our class rings remain a permanent symbol of our high school years. 20 . . .A Community of Our Own. . . The long line of buses brought by the 3:00 bell completely vanishes by 3:05. Sign on the dotted line, please . . . Hall monitors keep a record of students in the halls during class hours. 21 Candy canes, evergreen trees, and wallflowers form the entrance to the annual Christmas Dance. A dainty array of punch and cookies fill the refreshment table, Smile, please . . . picture-taking is an important part of VHS formal dances. Candy canes in all shapes and sizes could be found in Boucher gym on December 9, I960, the date of the Candy Cane Cotillion. Couples entered through an aisle of evergreen trees and six-foot candy canes into a star-filled wonderland. In the center of the floor silver icicles hung from a large tree on which a blue light reflected. Soft and silk-like angel hair decorated the Christmas trees on the stage. The winter scene there was further enhanced by two seven-foot candy canes which provided the background for the pic- tures taken of individual couples. Along the sides white draped sheets displayed pine branches, colored lights, and small candy canes. The evening’s dance music was provided by the Roger Lines Band. The Christmas Dance was sponsored this year by three capable organizations-the Y-Teens, the Hi-Y, and the Dramatics Club. The officers of these clubs, Suzanne Johnson, president of Y-Teens; Tom Ranck, president of Hi-Y; and Terry Collings, president of Dramatics Club, led the Grand March at 10 o’clock. Following them were the 170 couples in attendance. Hi-Y boys decorate the stage from all heights. Officers of three sponsoring clubs and their dates lead the grand march. 23 We Never Lose Our Pep Ability! PEP CLUB OFFICERS Miss Margaret Nelson, Miss Sandra Dragoo, Mr. Leon Boothe, sponsors; Mary Ellen Dayton, secretary; Linda Follis, treasurer; Diane DeGrazia, president; Pat Wagner, vice-president. White shirts and green hats— that’s our VHS Pep Club. The 1960-1961 Pep Club, with over 500 members, played a big part in school activities. The officers, Diane DeGrazia, president; Pat Wagner, vice-presi- dent; Mary Ellen Dayton, secretary; and Linda Follis, treasurer, with the help of the three new sponsors, Miss Sandra Dragoo, Miss Margaret Nelson, and Mr. Leon Boothe, began planning the year’s program early. To begin club activity, a bake sale was held during the summer. During the football season the club decided to make a new addition to the customary football cheers: the junior and senior girls formed a “V” for the boys to run through as they left the field after each home game. The Homecoming Court was sponsored by Pep Club at the annual Homecoming Dance. In November the successful end of football season was celebrated at the Kick-Out Dance at the Junior High. Returning with the excitement of basketball season came the familiar green beanies. The new mascot, wee Bonnie Huff, helped us cheer the team to victory. 26 Front Row: A. Jopes, C. Hill, M. Green, B. Brown, C. Brocksmith, C. Podell, G. Sutherland, R. Char- pentier. Row 2: J. Shain, S. Cooper, P. Laube, S. Kazlauski, K. Swisher, K. Weber, R. Wilson, N. Sher- man, D. Komblith, K. Bucher, N. Flowers, P. Barnes. Row 3: T. Tincher, M. Price, M. Guilford, J. Powell, S. Urschel, L. Gray, S. Jankowski, B. Maudlin, C. Case, J. Fulton, D. Robey, B. Robbins, J. Heinold. Row 4: J. Jolley, M. Holmgren, D. Findling, W. Bartok, J. Frey, S. Sacks, R. Showalter, S. Williamson, J. Grover- man, C. Marrell, J. Johnson, F. Helman, J. Glanders, S. Dayton. Row 5: M. Harris, S. Brown, P. Broton, S. Dorris, A. Kruse, S. Johnson, J. Poehler, S. Kaplan, M. Parry, D. Batchelor, J. Koeppen, L. Stahl, P. Stevens, L. Jones, M. Brindle. Row 6: M. Reed, J. Maguire, C. Bernhart, N. Stockman, S. Anderson, E. White, P. Gray, F. Saar, P. Buxton, S. Kinne, L. Rech- lin, P. Harris, P. Ireland, B. Bush, K. Lightcap, J. Williamson. . Pep Club Seniors Juniors Front Row: P. Hurley, V. Webb, C. Gunder, L. Follis, J. Dresden, S. Backus, R. Adamski, M. Wehner, G. Ellenberger, M. Sabo, S. Stoltz, S. Schultz, J. Fry. Row 2: C. Wheeler, B. Randall, O. Wallace, F. Murvihill, K. Ludington, J. Larcom, C. Beach, M. Neal, R. Fro- berg, P. Schroeder, W. Borger, S. Lambert, J. Raber, J. Fryer, C. Davis. Row 3: K. Rohn, M. Dean, B. Peters, P. Wagner, P. Jameson, D. Eder, M. Fitzgerald, G. McDonald, C. Montoney, M. Dayton, P. Evans, L. Anderson, D. DeGrazia, C. Haley, D. Leets. Row 4: D. Olas, C. Hughart, S. Sexton, S. Johnson, C. Cool- man, G. Biernath. B. Hough, C. Hanchar, J. Mohler. B. Jolley, J. Morris, L. Huff, E. Lite, S. Krause, J. Eckert, S. Henderson. Row 3: M. Koepke, M. Cor- coran, J. Martin, J. Montague, J. Bay, J. Miracle, K. Sells, P. Hawkins, N. Oliver, K. Decker, D. Hoeg, D. Landgrebe, C. Berndt, M. Kaltenbach. E. Stalbaum, J. Kyes, S. Fitch. 27 Front Row: C. Waldschmidt, B. Raines, K. West, P. Hawkins, S. Swanson, L. Newell. Row 2: L. Hill, D. DeArmitt, JL. Kroenke, M. Stinchfield, P. Smith, J. Peck, B. Lamberson, S. Linton, D. Follis, S. Rowland, L. Harkin, S. Babcock, P. Anderson. Row 3: S. Weichert, J. Binder, S. Pierce, P. Hennessey, M. Campolattara, M. Jain, L. Powell, C. Liggett, R. Johnson, G. Chri stman, S. Troxel, J. Marsden, L. Atwell, P. Blachly. Row 4: G. Foote, P. Sievers, M. Fischer, M. Cole- man, R. Fulton, P. Burrus, K. Hart, J. Getz, M. Front Row: M. Daniel, P. Hanner, P. Fitzgerald, S. Lawrence, J. Dean, M. Loayza, L. Trulock, P. Linton, R. West. Row 2: M. Howser, K. Nielsen, S. Grundell, J. Skinner, P. Laube, K. Dowdell, J. Deu, M. Miller, S. Partlow, D. Husband, J. Lor- ing, R. Witters, C. White. Row 3: R. Beck, P. Reading, E. Brady, J. Beck, S. Pancini, N. Wach- holz, B. Chelf, S. ' Sheetz, E. Bernhart. J. Swisher, L. Hudgins, S. Brown. Row 4: L. Linkimer, T. McAfee, S. Simmons, V. Deckro, C. Lammers, B. Underwood, J. Jopes, J. Frye, E. Biggs, V. Hoeg, Schroeder, J. Ebersold, S. Pierce, S. Zywanoski, C. Doelling, B. Sefton, I. McMeans. Row 3: L. Cunningham, C. Boron, C. Benton, M. Saar, C. Makovsky, P. Slavey, S. Underwood, D. Fischer, P. Greorgry, V. Crook, A. Cole, J. Nelson, M. Cluck, J. Froberg, S. Nielsen, B. Williams. Row 6: S. Brown, M. Weideman, S. Hanna, E. Honzik, P. Hewlett, F. Peters, C. Urschel, E. Urschel, B. Jones, B. Harvey, S. Eckley, M. Millet, V. Town- send, S. Copper, I. Haggerty, P. Miracle. K. Westbrook, B. Engel, S. Froberg, P. Falls, R. Barrett. Row 5: J. Pfledderer, P. Morris, P. Pierce, J. Hudgins, V. Harrison, R. Hampson, P. Barthold, J. Kriston, K. Washburn, D. Young, D. Heffernan, P. Barkley, P. Barkley, J. Bowman, A. Williamson, V. Kriston. Row 6: C. Leetz, N. Lightcap, L. Herman, N. Findling, S. Eustis, S. Shook, V. Saunders, K. Sheffield, S. Smith, P. Brock, K. Mahon, P. Kane, B. Knott, D. Toelke. J. Urschel, M. Phillips. Pep Club Sophomores Freshmen 28 T-Teens Serve School and Community Y-TEENS BOARD Front Row: S. Johnson, president; C. Coolman, vice-president; J. Glanders, secretary; S. Dayton, treasurer. Row 2: M. Koepke, P. Ireland, C. Bernhart. Row 3: Mrs. Ruth Froberg, sponsor; S. Krause, S. Stoltz, J. Flowers, Mrs. Carolyn Bush, sponsor. Y-Teens opened its membership drive on October 3. Prospective members were invited to the Mixing Bowl held in the cafeteria. After the impressive Candle-Light Service, Y-Teeners began their work in the service-minded organization. In November members participated in a paper drive to collect funds for the year’s activities. As co-sponsor of the Christ- mas Formal, Y-Teens was in charge of the bids, band, entrance, center, refreshments, and ticket sales. The King of Hearts Dance was also sponsored by the club to raise money for the Heart Fund. On St. Patrick’s Day Y-Teeners gave t he children of the Shults-Lewis Children’s Home a special treat by giving them a party. A year of fun and service was brought to a close by the Mother-Daughter Banquet. Plans for next year were begun with the choice of two girls for Y-Teen summer camp. Pastor Edward Wcssling gives entertaining yet thought-pro- voking talk on religion and morals of teen-agers at the Y-Teens Induction. 29 T-Teens Seniors Front Row: L. Follis, C. Gunder, P. Hurley, R. Adam- ski, J. Fry, M. Neal, M. Wehner, G. Ellenberger. Row 2: L. Huff, O. Wallace, C. Wheeler, W. Borger, S. Backus, S. Stoltz, S. Schultz, C. Davis, J. Larcom. Row 3: D. DeGrazia, S. Krause, M. Dayton, S. Hen- derson, M. Sabo, S. Lambert, V. Webb, B. Randall, C. Haley, C. Beach, P. Jameson. Row 4: J. Montague, P. Hawkins, B. Hough, J. Eckert, P. Wagner, M. Dean, B. Jolley, M. Fitzgerald, F. Murvihill, L. Anderson, D. Eder, C. Hanchar. Row 5: N. Oliver, J. Kyes, C. Bemdt, G. McDonald, E. Lite, K. Rohn, M. Koepke, J. Morris, S. Fitch, S. Johnson, C. Coolman, G. Bier- nath, C. Decker. Juniors Front Row: K. Weber, N. Sherman, S. Villaume, K. Bucher, N. Flowers, C. Hill, B. Brown, M. Green, A. Jopes, P. Barnes, R. Charpentier. Row 2: D. Batchelor, j. Poehler, J. Frey, M. Guilford, P. Laube, R. Sho- walter, J. Johnson, B. Bush, T. Tincher, M. Price, J. Powell, G. Sutherland, C. Podell. Row 3: D. Findling, P. Broton, J. Koeppen, S. Sacks, J. Groverman, M. lolmgren, S. Dayton, F. Helman, J. Glanders, L. Gray, . Kaplan, C. Marrell, C. Case. Row 4: J. McGuire, Harris, S. Anderson, A. Kruse, K. Lightcap, reland, C. Bernhart, E. White, J. Williamson, farris, L. Stahl, S. Brown, M. Reed, S, Dorris, •arry. 30 Front Row: L. Cunningham, C. Waldschmidt, P. Blachly, T. Urbahns, S. Swanson, L. Newell. Row 2: S. Babcock, D. DeArmitt, J. Binder, J. Peck, B. Raines, C. Peirce, P. Anderson, I). Follis, L. Hill. Row 3: C. Doelling, P. Hennessey, M. Campolattara, S. Pierce, M. Stinchfield, P. Smith, B. Lamberson, S. Rowland, C. Boron. G. Christman, E. Kroenke, L. Harkin. Row 4: J. Froberg, J. Getz, V. Crook, S. Brown. P. Slavey, C. Makovsky, P. Sievers, R. Johnson, S. Linton, S. Copper, K. Hart, B. Sefton, G. Foote. Row 5: M. Saar, D. Fisch- er, B. Haggerty. P. Hewlett, J. Marsden, C. Urschel, E. Urschel, B. Jones, B. Harvey, S. Eckley, C. Benton, M. Weideman, M. Cluck, E. Honzik, J. Nelson. Freshmen Front Row: V. Deckro, J. Loring, R. Witters, K. Niel sen, D. Brown, M. Daniel, S. Partlow, M. Howser, D Husband. Row 2: C. Lammers, R. Barrett, S. Froberg L. Trulock, J. Gingerich, M. Miller, M. Loayza, L Hudgins. Row 3: J. Swisher, B. Underwood, J. Frye S. Simmons, R. Beck, E. Biggs, S. Sheetz, J. Dean, B Knott, T. McAfee. Rotv 4: D. Heffernan, D. Me Donald, J. Beck, S. Grundell, S. Millspaugh, J. Jopes. B. Engel, K. Dowdell, L. Herman, N. Findling, J. Urschel, J. Bowman. Row 5: P. Kane, N. Lightcap, C. Leetz, P. Barthold, P. Brock, K. Mahon, R. Hamp- son, J. Pfledderer, B. Chelf, M. Phillips, P. Pierce, S. Eustis, V. Kriston, P. Falls, K. Sheffield, S. Shook, V. Saunders. 31 GAA is Centered Around Sportsmanship G.A.A. BOARD Front Row: R. Adamski, president; G. Ellenberger, vice-president; C. Berndt, secretary; S. Henderson, treasurer. Roxv 2: B. Brown, J. Glanders, F. Helman, J. Eckert, C. Gunder. Row ): Mrs. Linda Bixler, L. Rechlin, C. Bernhart, J. Huber, S. Fitch, Miss Olive Wade. G.A.A. bulletin board keeps its members informed of its activities. The 1960-1961 Girls’ Athletics Association, under the new guidance of Miss Olive Wade and Mrs. Linda Bixler, got underway with the traditional coke-tail party. There the officers— Roberta Adam- ski, president; Greer Ellenberger, vice-president; Charlene Berndt, secretary; and Sandra Henderson, treasurer— presented the functions and goals of the club. These were explained by a skit put on by the board to arouse interest in the sports schedule. Soon all new members were put through their paces at the Big and Little Sister wiener-roast followed by a scavenger hunt. The club then settled down to its normal schedule of major and minor sports. Special events sponsored by the club included a Slave Day, playdays, and the Sadie Hawkins Dance. The club brought to close its activities by a banquet. The evening program included a skit put on by the senior girls, announcement of award winners, and finally, the announcement of the incoming officers. 32 Front Row: S. Lambert, G. Ellenberger, M. Wehner, S. Stoltz, C. Davis, S. Schultz. Row 2: C. Guilder, L. Follis, J. Dresden, M. Sabo, S. Henderson, S. Backus, P. Hurley, R. Adamski, J. Fry. Row 3: G. McDonald, F. Murvihill, C. Hanchar, O. Wallace, B. Randall, J. Eckert, S. Krause, S. Johnson, G. Biemath, L. Anderson, M. Dayton, P. Wagner. Row 4: M. Koepke, J. Martin, N. Oliver, M. Kaltenbach, P. Hawkins, M. Dean, C. Berndt, D. De- Grazia, L. Huff, B. Jolley, S. Fitch, M. Fitzgerald, C. Coolman. Front Row: N. Flowers, C. Hill, M. Guilford, B. Brown, M. Green, G. Sutherland. Row 2: J. Powell, S. William- son, B. Bush, J. Johnson, M. Brindle, L. Jones, P. Laube, J. Groverman, M. Price, K. Swisher. Row 3: J. Huber, D. Findling, S. Kaplan, M. Parry, J. Koeppcn, D. Batche- lor, F. Helman, C. Marrell, J. Glanders, S. Urschel, S. Dayton, P. Biggs. Row 4: J. Maguire, S. Anderson, C. Bernhart, S. Kinne, L. Rechlin, M. Harris, A. Kruse, K. Lightcap, P. Ireland, L. Stahl, J. Williamson, M. Reed, S. Dorris, R. Showalter, S. Sacks. 33 GAA Seniors Front Row: J. Binder, J. Peck, B. Raines, P. Anderson, L. Hill, S. Swanson, L. Newell, P. Blachly, M. Phares. Roxv 2: D. Follis, S. Linton, G. Christman, E. Kroenke, R. Fulton, L. Harkin, P. Smith, M. Stinchfield, S. Row- land, B. Lamberson, J. Getz, L. Shufflebotham. Row 2: B. Williams, L. Berrier, S. Nielsen, L. Atwell, S. Pierce, S. Troxel, J. Marsden, K. Hart, M. Fischer, M. Coleman, C. Liggett, C. Boron, R. Johnson. Row 4: P. Slavey, D. Fischer, S. Brown, V. Crook, S. Hanna, P. Miracle, P. Hewlett, B. Jones, B. Harvey, E. Urschel, S. Eckley, M. McCasland, V. Townsend, B. Haggerty. Freshmen Front Row: J. Skinner, S. Simmons, M. Loayza, J. Dean. K. Nielsen, S. Mandernach, C. Prahl, R. Witters, M. Daniel. Row 2: J. Bowman, M. Miller, E. Biggs, K. Westbrook, D. McDonald, T. McAfee, B. Underwood, J. Frye, J. Havling, S. Hoback, F.. Bernhart. Row 2: B. Engel, J. Kriston, M. Phillips, V. Harrison. M. Stratton, S. Berrier, D. Heffernan, P. Pierce, J. Hospers, S. Sheetz, S. Froberg, A. Williamson, B. Knott. Roxv 4: R. Cleve- land, V. Saunders, P. Hanner, P. Kane, C. Leetz, N. Lightcap, T. Sheffield, S. Smith, S. Shook, D. Toclke, K. Mahon, J. Pfledderer, P. Barthold, I.. Herman, N. Findling. 34 Boys Seek to Better Their Ideals Through Hi-T Front Row: L. Lane, R. Howard, P. Kautz, V. Toming, E. Boling, J. Anderson, B. Hildreth, D. Davis. Row 2: J. Ferguson, D. Whitler, F. Ehnes, J. Wilson, J. Cavan, J. Colburn, J. Ron- neau, J. Foncannon, C. Hill. Row 3: C. Schwanholt, T. John- ston, F. Miller, J. Stoner, E. Millspaugh, R. Sievers, D. Dun- can, S. Wermcrantz, T. Ranck. Row 4: J. Kretzmann, J. Miller, D. Telle, B. Kitchen, J. Prentiss, C. Bush, B, Humphrey, L. Huber, T. Lambert, P. Shively. Row 5: J. Nelson, G. Sullivan, I,. Will, D. Kahney, J. Heffernan, J. Davies, L. Biggs, D. Wieg- gel, B. Sievers, C. Parsons, K. Dowd. Hi-Y, the oldest club at VHS, is an organization of young Christian men. Each member pledges to “promote standards of Christian character throughout the home, school, and community.” And in an effort to promote their own Christian characters, the boys of Hi-Y attended local churches as a body. The group was kept busy, too, by its various other activities— the Christmas Formal was planned in conjunction with the Y-Teens and the Dramatics Club; the Father- Son Banquet was held. Yes, the Hi-Y boys and their sponsors, Mr. Charles Apgar and Mr. Guilford Gun- ner, have shown that this club is worthwhile in in- stilling higher ideals and better Christian characters. HI-Y OFFICERS Sitting: Mr. Guilford Gurtner, sponsor; Jim Fergu- son, treasurer; Tom Ranck, president; Joe Fon- cannon, vice-president. Standing: Jim Heffernan, secretary; Curt Bush, chaplain; Mr. Charles Apgar, sponsor. FT A Members Gain Insight into Teaching Field Front Row: J. Fry, M. Wehner, S. Stoltz, J. Raber, G. Ellen- berger, V. Webb, M. Neal, R. Froberg, J. Morris. Row 2: J. Binder, M. Holmgren, C. Haley, S. Lambert, L. Follis, M. Day- ton, J. Mohler, C. Beach, B. Jolley, M. Guilford, S. Babcock. Row 3: G. Weinstein, C. Wheeler, K. Hart, C. Montoney, G. McDonald, S. Nielson, C. Peirce, E. Biggs, J. Gingerich, M. Savage, M. Reed. Row 4: P. Hurley, P. Smith, S. Underwood, C. Coolman, E. Honzik, J. Froberg, C. Berndt, K. Sells, J. Nel- son, M. Cluck, M. McCasland, M. Fitzgerald, L. Anderson. CADET TEACHERS Front Row: S. Stoltz, J. Raber, G. Ellenberger, V. Webb, M. Neal. Row 2: L. Follis, M. Dayton, J. Mohler, C. Beach, B. Jolley. Row 3: C. Montoney, G. McDonald, C. Berndt, C. Coolman, L. Anderson. Future Teachers of America is a club designed for those students interested in a teaching career. During the course of the year there were panel discussions on teaching and colleges. Guest speakers also told the group about the different phases of the teaching field. Senior members gained practical experience through cadet teaching. These members assigned a class in one of the surrounding elementary schools assisted the teachers by grading papers, decorating bulletin boards, and in some cases, taking care of the whole class. F.T.A. of 1960-61 was headed by Marilyn Wehner, president; Martha Neal, vice-president; and Rogene Froberg, secretary-treasurer. Miss Audrey Shauer was the club sponsor. F.T.A. OFFICERS Rogene Froberg, secretary-treasurer; Martha Neal, vice- president; Miss Audrey Shauer, sponsor; not pictured, Marilyn Wehner, president. Front Row: L. Trulock, S. Brown, K. Nielsen, R, Lasko. Row 2: M. Schroeder, E. Stal- baum, P. Biggs, J. Pfledderer, B. Chelf, P. Schroeder. Row 3: I. Ferguson T. L ' rschel. M. coran, D. Hoeg, J. Morris, D. Affeld. Librarians Projection Club The librarians, sponsored by Mrs. Carol Derner, followed a busy schedule. In the fall they participated in the Hoosier Student Librarians Conference at Pur- due. A successful Christmas party and a -trip to the theater in the spring completed the group’s social activities. The librarians have also accomplished their part in school life by helping with displays, circula- tion of books, selling paperbacks, and in general promoting an interest in reading. As a service organization the Projection Club took the responsibility of showing films and caring for the audio-visual equipment. The club was composed of volunteers who were instructed on how to run the projectors. As sponsor, Mrs. Ruth Froberg took all orders, arranged the showing schedule, and informed other teachers about available films. PROJECTION CLUB Jim Bernhart, vice-president; Mrs. Ruth Froberg, sponsor; Jim Bevan, president. Kneeling: Rav Auble, secretary-treas- urer. Front Row: J. Stalbaum, T. Roberts, R. Auble, D. Bloe- man. Row 2: J. Bevan, J. Dye, D. Gingerich, J. Bernhart, G. Walsh. Row 3: R. Maudlin, G. Miller, L. Biggs. D. Dye. K. Froberg, P. Kautz. 37 Front Row: J. Dresden, G. Ellenberger, J. Fry, M. Sabo, C. Davis. Row 2: D. Bernard, J. Lawrence, P. Wagner, P. Stevens, C. Gunder, P. Evans, S. Lambert, M. Wehner, R. Auble. Row 3: S. Cooper, M. Dayton, P. Jameson, S. Sexton, E. Lite, J. Larcom, B. Hough, O. Wallace. Row 4: S. Krause, J. Eckert, L. Follis, J. Eades, F. Murvihill, J. Kyes, C. Hanchar, G. McDonald, C. Haley, S. Henderson. Row 5: A. Anderson, C. Hughart, D. Hoeg, C. Moneypenny, D. Landgrebe, J. Brown, C. Montoney, B. Peters, J. Van Asdall, P. Hurley, L. Huff. Row 6: J. Broadhurst, K. Rohn, J. Bay, D. Olas, C. Berndt, C. Marshall, J. Montague, M. Green, K. Sells, B. Jolley, D. Leets, J. Miracle, B. Randall. Student Secretaries All members of Mr. Bryce Rohn’s ad- vanced typing classes gained experience as student secretaries. Among the many services they performed were the tasks of typing tests, letters, and grading papers. Spending much of their time at the type- writer and mimeograph machine, the stu- dent secretaries proved indispensable to the faculty. Nurse’s Office Girls in the Nurse’s Office took care of all minor illnesses and kept an accurate record of all the patients. They reported all illnesses to the office and if the illness was serious the student’s parents were called. Under the guidance of Mrs. Do- lores Bauer, the 14 girls— regulars and as- sistants— received training which will be helpful for those girls planning to enter Nurse’s Training. Virginia Webb, Pat Gregory, Mrs. Dolores Bauer, sponsor, Debbie Leets, Linda Anderson, Pat Hurley. Sitting: Gale Christman, Nancy Stockman. Standing: Jeanette Binder, Peg Anderson. Sally Keehn, Nancy Sherman, Judy Brajcki. 38 Speech-Debaters Practice Parliamentary Procedure Front Row: J. Chester, M. Stratton, V. Harrison, L. Shuffle- Weichert, G. Krause. Row 3: T. Codings, R. Crum, J. Davies, botham, H. Risto. Row 2: G. Good. J. Miller, B. Witters. R. D. Telle, M. Zulich, J. Ferguson. Realizing the importance of free speech in a democ- racy, the Oratorical Society of Valparaiso High School learned, by usage, the principles of parliamentary procedure. Usually referred to as the Speech-Debate Club, this society met once a week under its sponsor, Mr. Robert Hummel. Every other week a business meeting was conducted by president Herb Risto. Other officers were Gene Good, vice-president; Dick Weichert, secretary; and Mike Zulich, treasurer. This year members participated on the four standing com- mittees to organize all activities. Both informal and formal debates were given as well as speeches. As a member of the Indiana High School Forensic Associa- tion, the club could compete with other state schools. ORATORICAL SOCIETY OFFICERS Herb Risto, president; Mike Zulich, treasurer; Dick Weichert, secretary; Mr. Robert Hummel, sponsor: Gene Good, vice- president. 39 Front Row: C. Bull, R. Zulich, G. Krause, B. Witters, D. Magid, G. Good. Row 3: J. Ferguson, W. Seelig, D. Dye, B. Meyero- R. Howard, R. Nelson, P. Biggs. Row 2: H. Risto, J. Dye, H. witz, L. Astrologes, C. Frogge, C. McKean, T. Ranck, D. Telle. Pietsch, J. Foncannon, M. Zulich, J. Colburn, C. Schwanholt, Pawns, Kings, Bishops Form Chess Club Vocabulary The Chess Club got on the move early this year by adopting a constitution. Its 24 members were led by Mike ' Zulich, president; Jim Ferguson, vice-presi- dent; Jim Dye, secretary; and Herb Risto, treasurer. Meeting once a week under the sponsorship of Mr. Wesley Maiers, the members attempted to improve their power of thought and concentration as well as their skill in the game. These were tested by the club tournament held during the year. t CHESS CLUB OFFICERS Front Row: Jim Dye, secretary; Mike Zulich, president; Herb Risto, treasurer. Row 2: Jim Ferguson, vice-president; Mr. Wesley Maiers, sponsor. Two Clubs Join to Widen Activities Front Row: D. Bradney, J. Raber, V. Webb, C. Wheeler, G. Krause. Row 2: J. Ferguson, B. Randall, M. Corcoran, P. Schroeder, M. Beebe. Row 3: D. Magid, J. Miller, P. Kantz, J. Cavan, C. Schwanholt, K. Froberg, C. Mc- Kean. Row 4: J. Anderson, T. Lambert, C Bush, C. Doelling, P. Schuessler, B. Meyero- witz, B. Humphrey, T. Ranck. D. Telle. The Science Club and Biology Club of former years merged this year into the Science-Biology Club with a total membership of 25 students headed by officers Jerry Colburn, president; Cheryl Wheeler, vice-presi- dent; and Jennie Webb, secretary-treasurer. Function- ing to give interested students further experience be- yond that gaine d in the classroom, special programs for the year were distributed among the biology, chemistry, and physics committees. Besides viewing films and working on individual projects, the mem- bers enjoyed lectures by Mr. Glen Ellis and Mr. Wes- ley Maiers of the VHS Math Department, and Mr. Richard Fryer of the Purdue Extension Services. The year was highlighted by a visit to the Valparaiso University Science Departments. Mr. Roger Williams and Mrs. Carolyn Bush, faculty co-sponsors, helped the students organize a more dy- namic club whose interests were broadened to include the physical and the natural sciences. SCIENCE-BIOLOG V CLUB OFFICERS Sitting: Cheryl Wheeler, vice-president; Jerry Colburn, presi- dent; Virginia Webb, secretary-treasurer. Standing: Mr. Roger Williams, Mrs. Carolyn Bush, sponsors. 41 “All the World ’ s a Stage ” DRAMATICS CLUB OFFICERS Mary Kaltcnbach, libraria n; Margaret Corcoran, vice-president; Pat Schroeder, secretary; Mr. Burton Colliding, sponsor; Terry Collings, president; not pictured— Keith King, treasurer. Open to all students, Dramatics Club provided practice and study in drama. Be- fore presenting plays to the student body and other local clubs, members studied plays, lighting, makeup, and proper acting. One of the practice plays, a modern-day version of King Midas, was written by club member Jon Bankert. Actual presentations for the year were Rich Man-Poor Man for freshman. The Women Folk for sopho- mores, Ugly Duckling for juniors, and Door Mat for seniors. The young thespians planned a variety of activities. Besides helping as a sponsor of the Christmas Formal, the members at- tended Flower Drum Song in Chicago. Combining the year’s experience and ob- servations made at V.U. rehearsals, mem- bers attended a dramatics contest in Gary. Front How: T. Doolittle. P. Fitzgerald, K. Baines. D. Hassel. J. Jolley, L. Atwell, C. Peirce, J. Peck, J. Binder, S. Zywanoski, C. Prahl, K. Carlson, S. Miskimins, K. Ludington. How 2: M. Schroeder, L. Powell, J. Morris, P. Schroeder, M. Corcoran M. Kaltenbach, E. Stalbaum, M. Coleman, S. Nielsen, M. Cluck, B. Williams, I. Hennig, L. Shufflebotham. How 3: C. Cropper, R. Auble, J. Hill, T. Collings, J. Bankert, D. Herron, R. Crum, L. Biggs, K. King, J. Williams, J. Bevan, T. Worden, J. Stal- bauin. 42 Choir Sings in Concerts, Contests, and Convocations Front Row: D. Newell, S. Stoltz, K. Swisher, S. Backus, G. Mc- Donald, M. Guilford, M. Allison, M. Neal, T. Tincher, M. Parry, P. Wagner, B. Fulton, M. Holmgren, C. Case. Row 2: M. Koepke, P. Biggs, J. Fulton, B. Hildreth, P. Laube, D. Fryer, S. Lamberson, S ' . Lambert, C. Montoney, K. Rohn, R. Adamski, S. Johnson, S. Johnson, Mr. Phillip Dunn, Director. Row 3: P. Ehnes, K. Larson, C. Coolman, J. Hall, S. Dorns, P. Keefer, J. Miracle, P. Harris, J. Kyes, J. Williamson, F. Spruitenburg, P. Ireland, M. Reed, S. Sexton. Row 4: E. Millspaugh, G. Miller, B. Knopp, J. Sanford, J. Eckert, G. Dowd, D. Chester, L. Biggs, B. Marten, K. Dowd, N. Dygert, P. Hawkins, C. Benton, C. Gunder, L. Stahl. NINENOTES Front Row: S. Lamberson, M. Holmgren, R. Adamski. Row 2: J. Fulton, K. Swisher, P. Biggs. Row 3: C. Montoney, P. Haw- kins, C. Gunder. GIRLS GLEE CLUB Front Row: C. Johnson, S. Miskimins, G. Foote, N. Sherman, D. McDonald, R. West. Row 2: P. Sievers, R. Fulton, C. Irvin, S. Troxel, S. Millspaugh, S. Hoback. Row 3: J. Jolley, P. Barkley, I. Henning, S. Shook, B. Chelf, M. Schumacher. Row 4: P. Barkley, R. Cleaveland, P. Gregory, D. Toelke, S. Smith, B. Spruitenburg, J. Kriston. 43 Choir and Band CHOIR OFFICERS G. McDonald, vice-president; S. Sexton, treas- urer; M. Neal, president; S. Backus, secretary. Front Row: R. Froberg, C. Haley, S. Froberg, J. Lamb. Row 2: H. Hart, M. Guilford, R. Klein, C. Boron, P. Deters, J. Frye, J. Fryer, V. Webb. Row 3: K. Mahon, S. Nielsen, S. Underwood, T. Worden, M. Brindle, D. Arnold, C. Beach, J. Heinold, L. Rosenbaum, J. Oesting. Standing: B. Kuster, Band Director Mr. Robert Miller. Marching , Concert , and Pep CAROLERS Front Row: M. Neal, P. Laube, N. Dygert. Row 2: J. Eckert, S. Backus, C. Coolman. Row 3: S. Johnson, G. McDonald, S. Dorris. Row 4: E. Millspaugh, J. Sanford, D. Chester, G. Miller. 44 Front Row: C. Makovsky, J. Loring, J. Froberg, K. Swisher, L. Powell. Row 2- M. Phillips, F. Ehnes, R. Swisher, E. Honzik, D. Holst, G. Bucher, J. Johnson, A. Ehnes. W. Kroenke. Row 3: J. Bankert, D. Babcock J. Morris, R. Fryer, R. Parsons, R. Coolman, C. Schwanholt, R. Graebner, J. Bernhart, P. Ehnes. Standing: G. Ulsh, L. Huber, R. Perry. BAND OFFICERS J. Fryer, senior librarian; C. Haley, secretary- treasurer; R. Swisher, president; F. Ehnes, vice- president; R. Graebner, senior publicity; J. Lamb, recording secretary: K. Swisher, junior librarian; J. Bernhart, senior property. Bands Provide Entertainment MAJORETTES Drum Major Robert Graebner, Jackie Morris, Caryl Makovsky, Pat Hurley, Debbie Leets, Cherie Peirce, Carol Davis. 45 Governing Body F unctions on Democratic Principles STUDENT COUNCIL OFFICERS Sitting: Linda Huff, secretary; Curt Bush, president; Chuck Parsons, vice-president. Standing: Mr. James Mundy, spon- sor; Dennis Magid, treasurer. This year the Student Council performed its duties as the governing body of VHS under the direction of president Curt Bush, vice-president Chuck Parsons, secretary Linda Huff, and treasurer Dennis Magid. Made up of representatives from each homeroom, it served as the axis around which all other organizations rotated. Its responsibilities to the student body were varied— regulation of the school calendar, collection and expenditure of the Flower Fund, collection of money for plays and special convocations, finding bulletin boards for all the clubs. This year the Student Council helped sponsor the foreign exchange student from Ger- many, Gerda Biernath. It also began revising the V.H.S. Student Handbook for 196S. The organization was assisted by its sponsor Mr. James Mundy and Mr. Erwin Rump. Front Row: S. Rowland, L. Trulock, N. Flowers, S. Johnson, N. Lightcap, J. Williamson, P. Stevens, L. Huff, J. Peck, E. Kroenke, P. Fitzgerald. R.ow 2: J. Dommer, B. Carmichael, T. Linkimer, D. Magid, D. Pierce, B. Hildreth, T. Copper, E. Stipp, R. Parsons, B. Betts, W. Comeford, C. Boyd, D. Davis. Row ): A. Bucci, C. Bush, J. Prentiss, C. Parsons, F. Miller, S. Collins. T. Johnston, J. Kretzmann, B. Hamilton, D. Diersen, J. Burrus, A. Gott, T. Wood, B. Eiler, W. Sears. 46 Two Papers a Month Keep Valpost Staffers Busy Sitting: L. Hill, S. Johnson, T. Ranck, P. Jameson, S. Kaplan, S. Rowland. Standing: P. Slavey, J. Foncannon, D. Pierce, J. Last summer four members of the 1960-1961 Valpost staff attended Indiana University to study the man- agement and editing of a school newspaper. They were Bob Kitchen, editor-in-chief; Doug Pierce, as- sistant editor, P iula Jameson, business manager; and Wayne Kroenke, sports editor. Under the direction of Mr. Olen Griesbaum and Montague, J. Williamson, A. Bucci. P. Ireland. B. Brown. D. Leets, P. Anderson, B. Raines, L. Anderson. Mr. Garth Johnson, our school paper came out every two weeks on Tuesday. To boost subscription sales, a series of ingenious posters attracted new interest in the Valpost. The Polaroid Land Camera also made the Valpost a modern paper and allowed “on-the-spot’ coverage. The addition of a new third page topped off the success of a fine school paper. The work is never done. One edition completed, Valpost staffers start on the next. Sit- ting: Bob Kitchen. Joanne Bay. Standing: Doug Pierce, Barb Peters, Wayne Kroenke, Paula Jameson, Suzie Johnson. Valenian Captures the Spirit of Student Life at VHS Seated: S. Schultz, S. Backus, M. Koepke, S. Fitch, S. Thorgren. Standing: M. Stinchfield, D. Kornblith, M. Price, J. Lamb, J. Jolley, L. Rechlin, B. Brown, S. Collins, G. Ellenberger, P. Murphy, P. Evans, D. Telle, M. Dean, Mr. Roy Brown, sponsor; J. Eckert, M. Fitz- gerald, D. DeGrazia, not pictured: M. Parry. The sorting of underclass pictures creates temporary confusion among staff members. Bleed, gutter, and dummy were among the words often heard in the Valenian room. A staff of 21 was constantly at work to produce a book that would accurately represent life at VHS. Six senior editors supervised the work of the whole staff. Dick Telle took care of all business matters. Susie Schultz, Sharon Fitch, and Sue Backus were responsible for photos, copy, and page lay-outs, respectively. Sheryl Thorgren made pen and ink drawings for all art work. Marcia Koepke, as editor-in-chief, organized, supervised, and edited all material. Work on the book began in the summer when Marcia and Sharon returned from the yearbook divi- sion of Indiana University’s Journalism Institute. Initial work involved decisions on the page allotment, theme, and cover. In October a successful subscrip- tion drive brought in about 800 sales. The next major hurdle the staff encountered was the schedul- ing of senior and underclass pictures. Another big day for Valenian involved taking group pictures of all organizations in school. Attempting to catch all things unique of VHS life, the staff spent many hours planning and working to meet the five deadlines. Valenian Day brought a climax to a year of hard work and anticipation for all staff members and their capable sponsor, Mr. Roy Brown. Sharon Fitch Copy Editor Richard Telle Business Manager Sheryl Thorgren Art Editor Susie Schultz Photo Editor Marcia Koepke Editor-in-Chief Susan Backus Layout Editor iaiM 11 • • » I II II X II Mrs. Anne Niequist, vice-president. 1 1 i ' M Mlrn r 1 The Board of Education sets up school policies which will best promote education in our community. Elected by the City Council were Mr. Morris Grover- man, president; Mrs. Anne Niequist, vice-president; were selected for their leadership, capability, and personal interests in education. Due to the Board’s constant awareness of future needs, Valparaiso has kept ahead in its school program. Plans for the junior high school opening in 1962 were discussed and Appointed by the Center Township Advisory Board worked on this year. The Board also planned the ■ was M. Joseph Durand, secretary. These members conversion to a 6-3-3 system. Mr. Preston Platt, treasurer; and Mr. Mann Spitler. ADDointed bv the Center Townshin Advisory Board nembers Guiding Today ' s Youth Mr. G. Warren Phillips, superintendent of Valparaiso Community Schools, enforces the school policies set up by the Board of Educa- tion. Under his supervision is the progress of nine elementary schools, a junior high school, and the high school. He also manages personnel and finances. Constantly striving to improve our educational program, Mr. Phillips keeps abreast of new teaching developments. This year through his efforts, two new movie pro- jectors , an opaque projector, more laboratory equipment, an improved testing program, bet- ter math and science teaching techniques, and a new television instruction program were at- tained for the high school. He also spent much time working on the junior high project for 1962. Mr. Phillips received his B.A. from DePauw University and his M.A. from Indiana Univer- sity. Mr. G. Warren Phillips, superintendent. Mr. King Telle serves Valparaiso High School as principal. He has held this executive posi- tion for 15 years. As principal he supervises the organization of athletic and social events. He assumes the responsibilities of all personnel problems and student affairs. Through constant effort, Mr. Telle endeavors to raise and main- tain the academic standards of Valparaiso High School. He is especially noted for his keen inter- est in all educational affairs. Mr. Telle received his A.B. from Hanover College and his M.S. from Indiana University. Mr. King Telle, principal. Mr. Thomas Roberts serves the Val- paraiso Community Schools as industrial coordinator. Besides supervising building maintenance and construction, Mr. Roberts solves those problems coming under his jurisdiction as director of school tranpor- tation and vocational director. He received his B.S. degree from Ball State Teachers College and his M.A. from Iowa State College. Mr. James Mundy has been the as- sistant principal at Valparaiso High School for four years. During that time he has managed attendance records, locker com- binations, the hall monitors, and faculty problems. He also acts as the sponsor for our Student Council. He is known for his friendliness and willingness to lend a help- ing hand. Mr. Mundy received his B.S. and M.A. from Ball State Teachers College. Mr. Alfred Henkel, our guidance direc- tor, we lcomes any student with a problem. In charge of arranging the schedule for teachers and students, he meets with all students to discuss their high school pro- gram and future plans. He is then able to advise them on their choice of courses. Much of his time is also spent giving apti- tude, achievement, and scholarship tests. To help seniors, he collects information about many colleges, universities, and careers. Mr. Henkel received his A.B. from Valparaiso University, his M.A. from Northwestern. 54 OFFICE GIRLS Front Row: P. Ireland, D. DeGrazia, B. Jolley, D. Leets. Roiv 2: S. Stoltz, J. Eckert, J. Glanders, S. Henderson, M. Wehner. Row 3: A. Kruse, C. Marshall, C. Wheeler, J, Raber, M. Savage. Row 4: ). Dresden, C. Hughart, J. Martin, M. Fitzgerald, C. Berndt, J. Fryer. Charles Apgar— electronics, freshman algebra, physics, Hi-Y sponsor. His ultrasonic vibrations seem to be too much for son Lee. Dolores Bauer— Spanish, Nurse’s Office sponsor. A little more practice and she’ll be giving a concert in Spanish. Linda Bixler— freshman and sophomore English, world history, G.A.A. sponsor. Nothin’ relaxin ' like readin’ and rockin’. Mary Edna Bowman— senior English. Even teachers are down to earth. 56 Paul Brammell— wood shop, junior class sponsor. His hobby is an intensive study of the Civil War. Robert Cain— art. A thoughtful father trains his daughter’s horse. Roy Brown— junior and senior English, Valenian sponsor. Landscape painting seems to be very absorbing. Carolyn Bush— biology, Y-T eens and Science-Biology sponsor. Thinking ahead to summer, she repairs family boating equipment. Dale Ciciora— world history, junior varsity Burton Conkling— junior English, Dra- basketball coach. matics Club and sophomore class sponsor. Could it be lie’s going to mow the lawn ? He’s a do-it-yourself car mechanic. 57 Evelyn Conkling— freshman and sophomore Eng- Carol Derner— librarian. ls ‘ She enjoys records as well as books. The girls are interested in the home-made scrap- book, but the dog seems to be daydreaming. Sandra Dragoo— freshman algebra, geometry, Pep Club sponsor. She follows Benjamin Franklin’s proverb, “A stitch in time saves nine. " Philip Dunn— choir director. The boys may be looking at the music, but they’re really playing chopsticks. 58 William Eiler— freshman and advanced algebra, V-Club sponsor, assistant basket- ball and track coach. Wonder if he caught anything? Glen Ellis— freshman algebra, geometry, advanced mathematics. He relaxes at the drums after a hard day of solving equations. Ruth Froberg— Latin, Y-Teens and Pro- jection Club sponsor. Her sewing skills are greatly appreciated by her family. Olen Griesbaum— sophomore and junior English, Valpost sponsor. A teacher’s working day doesn ' t end at four o’clock. Jack Hildreth— civics, sociology, F.T.A. and senior class sponsor. His roses are the entry of all the neigh- bors. Guilford Gurtner— U.S. history, Hi-Y sponsor. Books provide an interesting background for his teaching. 59 Robert Hummel— German, Speech-Debate Club and junior class sponsor. Hr ref hushes many antiques including this spinning wheel. Garth Johnson— typing, bookkeeping, Valpost sponsor. His now enjoyable hobby of collecting coins may someday prove profitable. Wesley Maiers— freshman and advanced algebra, geometry, Chess Club and junior class sponsor. After making ice-cream, he’s a popular man! Paul Miller— biology, football and wrestling coach. Don ' t worry; they’re all empty . 60 Margaret Nelson— freshman and sopho- more English, Pep Club sponsor. She discovers what’s vogue in Vogue. Robert Rhoda— machine, mechanical, and architectural drawing, swimming coach. Building comes naturally to our Industrial Arts instructor. Bryce Rohn— shorthand, student secretaries’ spoil sor. He has always wished that magazines were writ- ten in shorthand. 61 Erwin Rump— beginning typing, general business, business English, personal typ- ing, Student Cxnincil sponsor. Would you believe it? He’s a camera bug. Roger Schnepf— U.S. history, economics, senior class sponsor and golf coach. . . . " and along came the big, bad wolf. " Audrey Shauer— freshman and sophomore English, F.T.A. sponsor. Home slides recall many past experiences. Virgil Sweet— health and safety, boys’ physical education, assistant football and varsity basketball coach. His constant companion— the magic slate. Olive Wade— health and safety, girls’ physical education, G.A.A. sponsor. Her many hobbies make it difficult for her to decide how to spend her leisure time. 62 Edith Weems— home economics, school treasurer. A teacher with a helping hand. John Wiggins— drivers’ training, general business, business law, freshman class sponsor. He keeps thinking about “the one that got away. " Roger Williams— chemistry, Science-Biol- ogy Club and senior class sponsor. Polishing his gun, he anticipates the big pheasant he’s going to shoot. Long assignments sometimes mean late hours for the industrious student. Our Athletes Wear “The Varsity V ” r n n n a Front Row: B. Hildreth, B. Smith, R. Townsend, D. Telle, K. Stanton, C. Parsons, E, Witters, T. Hutton, J. Ripley, B. Nelson. Row 2: Mr. William Eiler, E. Boling, J. Foncannon, P. Kautz, C. Krieger, P. Shively, J. Miller, T. Johnston, Mr. Paul Miller. Row 3: J. Prentiss, D. Kahney, C. Bush, T. Lambert, W. Seelig, B. Kitchen, J. Stoner, S. Collins, D. Whitler, D. Wieggel. Row 4: L. Astrologes, K. Jankowski, E. Rickman, F. Miller, J. Heffer- nan, R. Boling, T. Prentiss, D. Jones, J. Davies, L. Will, K. Dowd. " I, ‘VHS Letter Winner,’ do solemnly swear that I will wear the ‘Varsity V’ with distinction. I will not smoke nor drink while a member of the Varsity Club. I will cooperate with my team and coach and will do my best to improve myself for the good of the school and my team. I will be a good school citizen.” This was the pledge of the V-Club, founded to promote athletics and sportsmanship at VHS. Spon- sored by Mr. William Eiler, V-Club sold basketball schedule pencils. Also the senior members of the football team ushered for all home basketball games. The school was well represented by these boys, who proved that “a letter” denotes not only excellence in sports but also exc ellence in conduct. 66 Front Row: J. Prentiss, C. Frogge, J. Foncannon, F„ Boling, B. Hamilton, D. Whitler, B. Jones, T. Johnson, W. Seelig, C. Parsons, T. Lambert. Row 2: W. Cropper, manager; K. Dowd, T. Prentiss, J. Stoner; S. Gregory, D. Gloff, K. Stanton, P. Shively, A. Gott, C. Davison, C. Talley, J. Murvihill; T. Swihart, H. Pietsch, managers. Row y Coach Robert Rhoda, J. Heffernan, D. Wieggel, R. Boling, P. Murphy, C. Bush, P. Schuessler, D. Kahney, J. Davies, L. Will, C. Krieger, F. Miller. S. Collins, Coach Paul Miller. Gndders Post Best Record Since ' 53 Front Row: T. Rhodes, D. Craig, R. Parsons, M. Hanchar, R. Podell, D. Davis, T. Wood, E. Whitton, J. Murvihill, S. Archer. E. Stipp. Roxv 2: D. Henderson, R. Sievers, D. Hill, T. Cuson. C. Talley, H. Hart, C. Davison, S. Platt, R. Biggs. V. Nicholas, B. Cornelison. Row y R. Wilson, H. Krieger, D. Gloff, K. Blaney, J. Tudor, D. Niendorf, K. Young, C. Case, R. Hanna. R. Steele. Row 4: Z. Cole, T. Hutton, D. Butterfield, P. Deters. R. Cool- man, R. Daly, T. Cooper, S. Vickers, J. Pinkerton. Row 5: Coach Newton Brown, G. Johnson. A. Gott, G. Graham, T. Furr, R. Hewlett, J. Swelstad, T. Wheele, manager; Coach Virgil Sweet. — Hard-hitting Vikes Close With Winning Streak The 1960 edition of the varsity football Vikings was one of the most successful and potent of recent years. Led by Coaches Paul Miller and Robert Rhoda, the Vikes posted a 5-4 record. The gridders opened the year with a win over the Bulldogs of Crown Point. Then came a streak of misfortunes as the Vikes lost three in a row by narrow margins. But on Homecoming night, the team rose to the occasion and battered the Bombers of Renssalaer by the lopsided score of 35-13. The Vikings closed fast by winning four out of their last five encounters. The twenty graduating seniors, led by co-captains Ken Dowd and Keith Stanton (who scored five touchdowns in the game), made their last ■game one to remember as they smashed the Indians of Portage by a score of 45-6. Underclassmen, coached by Mr. Newton Brown and Mr. Virgil Sweet, saw football action on three differ- ent teams. These were the freshmen, freshmen-sopho- more, and junior varsity teams. These teams together recorded a 4-5 season. At the beginning of the football season, fans noticed a new addition to the facilities. This was the press box above the bleachers completed in the sum- mer of 1960. This project was undertaken and financed by the Athletic Department. 68 Seniors Spur Squad to Spectacular Season Front Row: P. Schuessler, D. Wieggel, D. Kahney, J. Prentiss, C. Frogge, L. Will, P. Murphy, J. Davies, K. Stanton, ( absent ) C. Bush. Row 2: T. Prentiss, J, Stoner, W. Seelig, J. Foncannon. J. Heffernan. C. Parsons, S. Collins. Row y R. Boling, K. Dowd, T. Lambert, SCOREBOARD Valp 0 Opponents 12 Crown Point 7 7 Lew Wallace 20 12 Froebel 18 7 Horace Mann 12 35 Renssalaer 13 19 Hammond Clark 27 27 Tolleston 6 19 Emerson 13 45 Portage 6 “I don’t care how big they are. Get in there and fight!” instructs Coach Paul Miller. 69 Muscled Matmen Meet and Master Opponents Kneeling: A. Ehnes, B. Nelson, B. Hildreth, C. Prowant, J. Ripley, D, Cole. Standing: Coach Paul Miller, B. Baird, J. Foncannon, B. Biggs, T. Lambert, C. Bush, K. Dowd. Wrestling, in its fourth year at VHS, provided many thrilling moments for its growing number of sup- porters. The team, under the direction of Coach Paul Miller, posted a 5-7-1 record. This year the matmen were led by six seniors: Bob Nelson, Jerry Ripley, Joe Foncannon, Tom Lambert, Curt Bush, and Ken Dowd. Bob Nelson, wrestling in the 106-pound class, became Valpo’s first sectional champion; Jerry Ripley also earned honors by placing second in the sectional meet at Gary Edison. A season of hard-fought matches and tough competition was brought to a close as the wrestlers honored Curt Bush as captain. Jerry Ripley seems to have opponent well under control. Trophy case stands as a symbol of our athletic prowess. Valpo Vikings Are Trophy Winners and Record Breakers SWIMMING Valpo Opponents WRESTLING 76 Portage 18 Valpo Opponents 45 LaPorte 50 33 Muncie Burris 62 34 Portage 18 58 Thornton Fractional 28 19 Hammond Tech 29 42 Penn Twp. 53 13 E. C. Roosevelt 33 61 Howe Military 34 27 Hammond Noll 16 38 South Bend Central 57 24 Hammond Clark 24 68 Gary Lew Wallace 27 16 Crown Point 30 68 Gary Froebel 26 39 Gary Emerson 15 43 South Bend Washington 52 23 Dyer 24 64 Whiting 31 18 LaPorte 26 53 Gary Horace Mann 42 34 Horace Mann 12 53 Hammond High 42 10 Lowell 30 43 South Bend Adams 52 23 Hammond High 25 58 Gary Roosevelt 27 27 Merrillville 17 41 South Bend Riley 54 71 Front Row: D. Butterfield, T. Makovsky, R. Townsend, J. Sanford, T. Tracv, P. Deters, H. Hart. Row 2: L. Hicks, T. Hutton, K. Frobere, B. Schuessler, B. Hamilton, T. Anderson, N. Molengraft, P. Kautz, B. Fritts. Row 3: Coach Robert Rhoda, S. Kautz, B. Carmichael, B. Bird, J. Jessep, J. Johnson, F. Miller, B. Kitchen, B. Schoenbeck Aquamen Are In The Swim The VHS swimmers were again victorious under the direction of Coach Robert Rhoda. With a sea- sonal record of 9-7, they finished first in the Western Division of the NIHS Conference. In the western conference meet, however, they lost to Hammond High to place second. The Vikes later placed sixth in the NIHSC meet at South Bend. The aquamen proved to be strong not only as a team, but also indi- vidually. Setting records were Bob Kitchen in the breaststroke— 1:14.6, Phil Kautz in the 40 yard free- style— : 19.5, and Rod Townsend in the 160 vard indi- vidual medlev— 1 : 53.8. Nine Vikes qualified for the state meet held in the Purdue Fieldhouse at Lafavette. The medley relay team, consisting of Phil Kautz. Fred Miller, Rod Townsend, and Tom Hutton, tied for twelfth place. Leading the team throughout the year was Bob Kitchen, who was elected captain. Unknown Valpo diver heads for the bottom. Vikings Capture Fifth Straight Sectional Crown SCOREBOARD Valpo Opponents 60 Crown Point 38 54 East Chi. Wash. 61 59 Michigan City 82 59 Portage 48 67 Chesterton 44 77 Hammond Tech 53 58 Gary Froebel 62 57 Fort Wayne C.C. 56 57 Fort Wayne South 56 64 LaPorte 69 63 Hammond Clark 58 62 Hammond High 71 67 Gary Tolleston 51 53 Whiting 57 59 Gary Horace Mann 71 68 Gary Emerson 61 51 East Chi. Roos. 52 57 Gary Lew Wallace 51 47 Chicago DuSable 50 65 Lafayette Jeff 79 Sectionals: 80 Hebron 61 68 Portage 57 52 Chesterton 44 Regionals: 50 Michigan City 52 Skip Collins 73 VARSITY Kneeling: K. Jankowski, S. O’Neill, S. Vogt, D. Jones, C. Krieger, Coach Virgil Sweet, S. Collins, A. Gott, D. Gloff. Standing: L. Astrologes, manager; J. Nelson, W. Seelig, manager. The hardwood Vikings had a fine year under the expert guidance of Coach Virgil Sweet. Although the final won-lost tally was not outstanding, the Vikes played well and were seldom outscrappecl. The team proved its tournament ability by winning the Fort Wayne Holiday meet and by capturing the Sectionals. At Fort Wayne the team won two exciting contests by 57-56 scores. In the Sectionals they pulled away from Chesterton in the championship game to win comfortably, 52-44. After winning Sectionals, the Vikes traveled to play their last game— the best and most exciting. To Viking fans the two point loss to Michigan City, 52-50, seemed “so close and yet so far.” T he seniors— Dan Jones, leading rebounder, and Skip Collins, leading scorer— were co-captains for the year. The junior varsity had an unlucky season of 4-14. Frosh teams posted seasonal records of 12-7 for the A team and 12-4 for the B team. JUNIOR VARSITY Kneeling: T. Linkimer, R. Hanna, D. Long, D. Carl- Astrologes, managers; S. Platt, J. Swelstad, E. Soliday, son, M. Carlin, B. Eiler. Standing: W. Seelig, L. D. Gloff, R. Krieger, T. Carlin, Coach Dale Ciciora. 74 FRESHMEN Kneeling: T. Cooper, Z. Cole, J. Tudor, S. Vickers, V. Keeley, B. Coolman, P. Doyle, R. Parsons, E. Stipp. Standing: Coach William Eiler, E. Whitton, D. Craig, J. Burrus, E. Deal, K. Blaney, R. Sievers, C. Koeppen, R. Zulich, C. Schwanholt, manager. Tall Viking “Stanley” buckets a bucket. Coach is carried away with winning spirit. Cross Country Team is Western Division Champ Front Row: R. Comeford, M. Carlin, G. Wilt, T. Ripley, . Comeford. Rote 2: J. Dommer, R. Smith. D. Heinmersbach, I). Arnold, E. Deal, C. Lawrence. Row 3: Coach Kenneth Pifer. J Casbon, K. Jankowski, E. Rickman. S. O ' Neill. B. Kitchen. A familiar sight at Forest Park Golf Course — VHS cross country runners winning another meet. The thinly-clad cross country team, under the able tutoring of veteran Coach Kenneth Pifer, ended an- other successful season posting an 11-0 conference record and total 16-1 dual meet record. Undefeated in conference, the team won their third West NIHSC victory in four years. This also brought their four year standing to an impressive 43-1. The unexpected victory at the 31-team Hobart Invitational highlighted the season. Led by co-captains Jerry Ripley anti Bob Smith, the Vikes placed second in the conference meet in which 22 teams participated, and second in the sectional, competing with 29 teams. Having qualified for the state meet, the team placed sixteenth at Indianapolis. The junior varsity’s 11-0 record for the season par- alleled that of the varsity. Throughout the season the barefooted-runners practiced at Valparaiso University’s track. Home meets were held at Forest Park Golf Course. At practices and meets, ex-Viking John Worstell ably assisted Coach Pifer. 76 Hill and Dale Men Learn Endurance Front Row: G. Miller. C. Koeppen, R. Masterson, C. Racette, M. Anselm, K. Johnson, R. Zulich. Row 2: R. Ronco, D. Whitman. J. Rayder, J. Wilson. R. Eiler. Row y T. Ogg, J. Asztalos, S. Kautz, J. Burrus, P. Doyle, G. Ulsh, E. Solidav, D. Long. Row . . D. Burrus, J. Sanford, V. Keeley, L. Lindberg. J. Getz, T Carlin, J. Nelson, T. Goede. Row y J. Eckert. S. Vogt. J. Jessep Coach Kenneth Pifer. Daily practice trains runners in stamina and speed. 77 Vivacious Viking Cheerleaders . . . VARSITY CHEERLEADERS Mimi Fitzgerald, Diane Batchelor, Sally Williamson, Olivia Wallace, Barbara Bush, Linda Huff. The halls of VHS resound with cheers as yell leaders practice. Iff 1 gg| : w V [ i 1 1 VI 1 ¥ i 1 n Cheerleaders— the stimulus of student participation at athletic events. They were seen throughout the year cheering the Vikings on to victory. Clad in green and white were thirteen Valpo yell leaders; Julie Frye, Taffy Sheffield, Jane Dean, freshman; Linda Hill, Pat Slavey, Carol Makovsky, Mary Stinchfield, junior varsity; Sally Williamson, Diane Batchelor, Barbara Bush, Olivia Wallace, Linda Huff, Mimi Fitzgerald, varsity. A new addition to the squad was Linda Huff’s tiny sister Bonnie, who was our mascot. These girls spent hours practicing the formation of cheers which encouraged school loyalty and good sportsmanship. . . . Form Backbone of School Spirit JUNIOR VARSITY CHEERLEADERS Mary Stinchfield, Caryl Makovsky, Pat Slavey, Linda Hill. FRESHMAN CHEERLEADERS Taffy Sheffield, Julie Frye, Jane Dean. 79 FRESHMEN September brought, as usual, a new group of stu- dents to VHS— this year, the class of 1964. The fresh- men soon lost their “greenness” and were caught in the swing of high school life. Getting off to a good beginning, they proved their scholastic ability early by having the largest number of students on the honor roll. This they maintained throughout the year. Besides academic studies, the freshmen took a lively interest in sports and the various extra-cur- ricular activities. Because of their large membership and energetic participation, the freshman class was able to make itself heard and felt. To head the class the freshmen chose Tom Copper, as president; Pat Doyle, vice-president; Rosemary Hampson, secretary; and Barbara Knott, treasurer. FRESHMAN CLASS OFFICERS Pat Doyle, vice-president; Barbara Knott, treasurer; Tom Cop- per, president; and Rosemary Hampson, secretary. Freshmen Realize Success Starts with a Good Beginning Richard Affeld Steven Ashbaugh Robert Ashton Dennis Babcock Thomas Baird Richard Barber Patricia Barkley Peggy Barkley Karen Barnes Ramsey Barrett Marguerite Barthold Ronnie Beach Joan Beck Ruth Beck Carolyn Beike Dan Bell Ellen Bernhart Susan Berrier Elaine Biggs Kenneth Blaney William Bloeman Joy Borsch Roger Bowen Judy Bowman Donald Bradney Elizabeth Brady Phyllis Brock Charles Brookover David Brown Diana Brown Susan Brown Charles Bull James Burrus Sandra Callahan Michael Carlin Kathryn Carlson Charles Case Roger Chapel Barbara Chelf Richard Church Donald Clark Ruth Cleaveland Steve Clemens Wayne Clendenin William Clifford Gerald Cole Zane Cole • Robert Cool man Joyce Cooper Nila Cooper Thomas Copper William Cornelison Janis Coulter Douglas Craig Cabell Cropper Ronald Crum Meredith Daniel David Davis Earl Deal Jane Dean Valeurie Deckro Linda Derflingei Janice Deu Sue Dibkey David Diersen Susan Dittmer Thomas Dittmer James Doolittle Kay Dowdell Pat Doyle Ronald Dunbar Randall Eckley 83 Cinda Edwards Alan Ehnes Barbara Engel Sharon Eustis Phyllis Falls Ralph Fifield Nancy Findling John Fischer Andrew Fitzer Patricia Fitzgerald Robert Fritts Dale Froberg Sheri Froberg Patty Frogge William Fry Julie Frye William Fulton Janet Gaedtke Joanne Gingerich Dietmar Gross Sandra Grundell Rosemary Hampson Mike Hanchar Patricia Hanner Donald Harden Vicki Harrison Judith Havling Larry Hazelton Delores Hcffernan Darrell Henderson Herbert Henze Linda Herman Kay Hess Ray Hewlett Robert Hildreth David Hill James Hill Jack Hines Sharon Hoback Vayle Hoeg Robert Hosford Janet Hospers Mary Jo Howser Robert Huball Judy Hudgins Louana Hudgins Donna Husband Wayne Husmann 84 Mickey Ingman Charlene Irvin Brian Irvine Gregory Johnson Jay Johnson Kent Johnson Walter Jones Jeanne Jopes James Jungjohan Patricia Kane Stephen Kautz Vernon Keeley Barbara Knott Charles Koeppen Ralph Kriegcr Jane Kriston Vicki Kriston Dennis Kucinski William Kuehl William Kuster Carol Lammers Carl Landgrebe Paul Landgrebe Lois Laube Shirley Lawrence Cynthia Leetz Nancy Lightcap Larry Lindberg Lynn Linkimer Patsy Linton Mary Lou Loayza JoAnne Loring Darlene Ludington Peter Lutze Karen Mahon Sandra Mandernach Freshmen girls dis- cuss the latest gos- sip between classes. Judy Mann Lynn Maple Donna Marsh Richard Masterson Beverly Maudlin DuWayne Michaels Robert Milianta Gene Miller Janies Miller Mary Ann Miller Susan Miller Sharon Millspaugh Sarah Miskimins Irvin Morgan Charles Morris Patricia Morris April Myers Christine McAfee Donald McCasland Marshall McDaniel Delores McDonald William McNabb Faith Nelson Terry Newson John Nicklas Kathryn Nielsen Ronald Oelling Jonathan Oesting Otis Ogg Paul Olszewski John Pancini Sharon Pancini Rowland Parsons Sandra Partlow Dale Peterson Jolene Pfledderer Margaret Phillips Peggy Pierce Ronald Podell Carol Prahl Mike Raber John Rayder Priscilla Reading Rod Reimer Verna Reinhardt Thomas Rhodes John Riggs Thomas Roberts 86 Freshmen girls eagerly ex- change class pictures for the first time. Sharon Robinson Ralph Ronco Lawrence Rosenbaum Richard Rusch Steven Saez Vicki Saunders Robert Schoenbeck Robert Schuessler Martha Schumacher Denisa Scott Wayne Sears James Shapard Sherry Sheetz Ann Sheffield James Shinabarger Susan Shook Roger Sievers Suzanne Simmons Judith Skinner Cheryl Small Shirley Smith Victor Smith Jerry Soliday William Spears Wilberta Spencer Randall Steele Martin Steinbach Michael Stephens Eddie Stipp Mavis Stratton 87 Kenneth Stump Jackie Swisher Cheryl Taylor Richard Taylor Edward Thomas Larry Thompson Katherine Todd Doris Toelke Lawrence Tomecko Joy Toth Ellen Trulock John Tudor Arthur Tuesburg Gordon Ulsh Bonnie Underwood Janet Urschel Scott Vickers Nancy Wachholz Karen Washburn Dennis Wermcrantz Roberta West Karen Westbrook Thomas Wheele Carolyn White Donnie Whitman Allen Whitton Edward Whitton Ann Williamson Raymond Wilson Reita Witters Bill Womacks Thomas Worden Diane Young Randall Zulich NOT PICTURED James Barnett Jill Keefer John Slingerland Charles Spencer Kenneth Young 88 SOPHOMORES Returning to high school life with more assurance, the sophomore class began to actively participate in studies and in sports. In athletics the sophomores formed the backbone for various junior varsity teams. Academically the sophomores branched off into col- lege-bound students, business students, and vocational students. Late in the year the class took the National Education Development Test. The class of 1963 elected class officers which were uniquely all boys: Bob Hemmersbach, president; Terry Wood, vice-president; Bob Eiler, secretary; and Dave Long, treasurer. Highlighting the year was the selection of the style for their class rings by these of- ficers and a class committee. As a class the sopho- mores took on one last responsibility before the close of school— the decoration of the VHS gym for gradua- tion exercises. SOPHOMORE CLASS OFFICERS Sitting: Bob Hemmersbach, president; Bob Eiler, secretary. Standing: Dave Long, treasurer; Terry Wood, vice-president. Sophomores Seek Supremacy in Studies and Sports Dean Affeld William Allison John Anderson Peggy Anderson Michael Anselm Stephen Archer James Asztalos Linda Atwell Sharon Babcock Mike Beebe Dave Bennett Robert Bennett Carol Benton Linda Berrier Ralph Berrier Ronald Biggs Tom Biggs Jeanette Binder Patricia Blachly Bruce Bogan Carol Boron Charles Boyd Barbara Brookover Ralph Brown 89 Shirley Brown Phyllis Burras David Butterfield Mary Campolattara Thomas Carlin David Carlson Jerry Casbon Ronald Casbon James Chester Ralph Chester Gale Christman Larry Christman Ailene Clayburn Mary Jo Cluck Arlaine Cole Glenn Cole Mary Coleman Robert Comeford William Comeford Gary Conner Ida Cooper Sandra Copper Verna Crook Linda Cunningham Theodore Cuson Richard Daly Chris Davison Diann DeArmitt John Deckro Rebecca Denison Philip Deters Marilynn Deviney Cheryl Doelling Jane Ebersold Sharon Eckley Joe Edwards Paul Ehnes John Eichenseher Robert Eiler Diana Fischer Mary Fischer Sharon Fitzgerald Gene Fivecoat Noritta Flitter Diane Follis Gretchen Foote Parrill Forbes Philip Frailey 90 Janet Froberg David Froenicke Fred Fronek Richard Fryer Ruth Fulton Thomas Furr Allan Gaines James Getz Joanne Getz Patricia Gillespie Dennis Gloff Allen Gott Dennis Grady Gerald Graham Patricia Gregory Belle Haggerty Carleton Haines Gerald Hall Ronald Hanna Sandra Hanna Judith Hardesty Linda Harkin Elsie Harrell Hal Hart Kathleen Hart Betty Harvey Patricia Hawkins Robert Hemmersbach Patricia Hennessey Ingrid Hennig Boucher Gym is well-populated at noon. Patricia Hewlett Lawrence Hicks Linda Hill Judith Hofferth Daryl Holst Elaine Honzik Janet Horak Joan Horak Thomas Hutton Shirley Hyatte Melodye Jain Jean Jensen Rosemary Johnson Beth Jones Diane Jones Eugene King Dennis Kitchen Richard Klein Ralph Knoblock Phebe Kolasinski Hans Kratz Eunice Kroenke Arlene Kyrsa Bonnie Lamberson Walter Lamberson Sharon Lambert Karen Larson Charles LaRue Allan Lawrence Rayburn Lawrence Gerald Legler Karen Lemster Carol Liggett Tom Linkimer Julie Lintner Sharon Linton Dave Long Allen Ludington Caryl Makovsky Denzil Manago Rosemary Maple Jari Marsdcn Bruce Marten Gene Mellenthin Douglas Mertz Arthur Miller Mary Ann Millet Phyllis Miracle 92 Morris Mohler John Murvihill Mary McCasland Charles McMeans Irma McMeans Jane Nelson Lynn Newell Vincent Nicholas Susan Nielsen . David Niendorf James Of ford Jacqueline Peck Cherie Peirce Donna Peters Frances Peters Mary Phares Patricia Pierce Sandy Pierce Sharon Pierce John Pinkerton Stephen Platt Leah Powell Colin Racette Barbara Raines Stephen Randall Ronald Reedy Cecil Richards Mike Rickman Christine Robinson Sharon Rowland Suzanne Rucker Mary Saar John Sanford Margaret Savage David Schau Craig Schenker Madelon Schroeder Dale Schultz Bonnie Sefton Laurie Shufflebotham Patricia Sievers Richard Sims Patricia Slavey Pam Smith Edmond Soliday Barbara Spruitenburg John Steel Mary Stinchfield 93 Sara Swanson Jack Swelsted Thomas Swihart Laura Sybicki Eugene Taiclet Dean Tabor Charles Talley Carol Tilton Glenn Todd Valerie Townsend Terry Tracy Sharon Troxel Suzanne Underwood Theresa Urbahns Cinda Urschel Elena Urschel Carol Waldschmidt Sandra Weichert Marsha Weideman Garnet Weinstein Kathern West James White Richard White William Wickersham Gary Widiger Tom Wienke Barbara Williams Glen Wilt Terry Wood Virginia Woods L A Dianne Zulich Sandra Zywanoski NOT PICTURED Sam Culp Connie Johnson Dennis Ray Pamela Walmsley Junior Varsity cheerleaders display vim, vigor, and vitality as they sup- port their sophomore team. JUNIORS “Juniors, juniors, real fine crew; we’re the class of ’62!” This was the chant heard wherever the juniors gathered. Leading the class were Jody Kretzmann, president; Steve Wermcrantz, vice-president; Cathy Marrell, secretary; and Nita Flowers, treasurer. September brought the excitement of class rings. Arriving right on schedule, the rings soon became the main topic of conversation as everyone admired the different styles their classmates had chosen. As confident upperclassmen, juniors initiated their own fad— Sweatshirt Day. February 2— the day of reckoning for all junior speech students. This year the Speech Banquet, spon- sored by both Mr. Roy Brown’s and Mr. Burton Conk- ling’s classes, was held in the Methodist Church. To preside as Toastmaster the speech classes elected Bob Jones. As May 19 drew near, frenzied activity was noted among the juniors as they made final secret plans for the big event of the year— the Junior Prom. At the year’s close juniors began preparing themselves for positions as seniors, leaders of the school. JUNIOR CLASS OFFICERS Steve Wermcrantz, vice-president; Nita Flowers, treasurer; Cathy Marrell, secretary; Jody Kretzmann, president. Juniors Close Ranks as Prom Work Begins Sandra Anderson Don Arnold Judith Ashbaugh I.arry Atwell Frank Ball Jon Bankert Patricia Barnes Winifred Bartok Diane Batchelor Doris Bednar Beverly Bell Barbara Berlin Beverly Berndt Carol Bernhart James Bernhart William Betts John Bevans Loren Biggs Pauline Biggs Richard Bilic Robert Bird Karen Blastick Ronald Boyer 95 Mary Brindle Charlotte Brocksmith Patricia Broton Brenda Brown Kay Brown Sarah Brown Elmer Brumbaugh August Bucci Geoff Bucher Kathleen Bucher Barbara Bush Pamela Buxton Carolyn Case Lenora Chandler Roseanne Charpentier Michael Clifford Anna Clouse Dale Cole Sharon Cooper Walter Cropper Betty Crum Sheila Dayton Steven Denison Paul Doelling Susan Dorris James Douglas Richard DuFallo David Duncan Dennis Duncan Norman Dygert James Eckert Edward Eddington Edward Fetla Donna Findling Robert Fleming Juanita Flowers Judith Frey Kim Froberg Mary Ann Frogge Jo Ann Fulton Ray Gaedtke David Gingerich Judith Glanders Marvin Good Thomas Goede Lois Gray Patricia Gray Mary Green 96 Stephen Gregory Ted Griffith Jacki Groverman Marcia Guilford Karen Gumbert Pamela Gustafson William Haefling Margaret Hall William Hamilton James Hannon Kathleen Harrington Marcia Harris Phyllis Harris Diane Hassel Charles Hayes Janet Heinhold George Heinz Gayle Heiser Frances Helman William Hildreth Carole Hill Charles Hill Martha Holmgren Anna Howe Janet Huber Patricia Ireland James Irons Kenny Jankowski Sharon Jankowski David Jensen Juniors seem to be bubbling over with ideas and anticipation at prom committee meeting. John Jessep Jill Johnson Sarah Johnson Terry Johnston Jane Jolley Judith Jones Linda Jones Robert Jones Annette Jopes Sherie Kaplan Mike Karamesines Philip Kautz Sally Kazlauski Sally Keehn Keith King Sharon Kinne William Knopp Janet Koeppen Davida Komblith James Krachey Karl Kratz John Kretzmann Charles Krieger Arlene Kruse Vincent Kuebrich Rill Kuchl Jane Lamb Carolyn Lamberson George Landgrebe Patricia Laube Kathleen Lightcap Ralph Lindholm Judith Maguire Theodore Makovsky Fred Manago Arlene Mandernach Catherine Marrell Barbara Maudlin Richard Maudling Donald Mead Frank Miller Frederick Miller Gerald Miller James Miller Norman Miller Allan Miller Earl Millspaugh Larry Mitchell 98 Neal Molengraft Marlin Monroe Jacklyn Morris Lawrence Milzarek Sally Myers Jerry Nelson Donna Newell Sandra Nichols Ralph O ' Keefe James Olin Steve O ' Neill Marsha Parry Robert Perry Diane Peterson Dave Peuquet Douglas Pierce Connie Podell Janet Poehler Josette Ponader Joan Powejl Stephen Powell David Prahl Marilyn Price Clyde Prowant Margie Pullins Linda Rechlin Mary Reed James Richmond Edward Rickman Ronald Ripley Terry Ripley Betty Robbins Donna Robey Patricia Rockwell Diane Rugg Frances Saar Sharon Sacks Thomas Schneegas James Sch waller Donald Sechler Martin Seelig Judith Shain Nancy Sherman Pete Shively John Shook Rusta Showalter Mike Shurr Jeffrey Sievers VALPARAISO ' ?LfC UBxnv Marilyn Smutko Linda Stahl Glenda Stevens Peggy Stevens Nancy Stockman Judith Stowers George Sullivan Gay Sutherland Kathleen Swisher Gloria Taylor Toby Tincher Charles Tomczak Dennis Magid presents silver Toast- master’s cup to Bob Jones, Toastmaster of the Junior Speech Banquet held at the Methodist Church. The tables are turned at the Speech Banquet as teachers enjoy being listeners instead of speakers. Vendo Toming Thomas Topper Rodney Townsend Paul Trinosky Susan Urschel Ronald Villeneuvc Susan Villiaume Allen Vinikour Terry Vitoux Stephen Vogt Gregory Walsh Karin Weber Steven Wermcrantz Jody Wheele Eileen White Dan Whitler Janet Williamson Sally Williamson Harold Wilson John Wilson Rosemary Wilson William Witters NOT PICTURED Paul Ashbaugh Sandra Barnhart Beverly Bell Elizabeth Bentley Alice Boyd John Christman Sandra Hall Wayne Heimberg Paul Hopkins Patricia Keefer Ronald Michaels Charles Smith Elizabeth Stalbaum Ronald Thompson Keeping VHS clean. Bob Kitchen, vice-president; Pat Murphy, president; Sharyl Stoltz, secretary; Bill Carmichael, treasurer. Seniors . . . Looking Toward New Horizons The end of four years at VHS— the sunset of one life and the dawn of another. This was the feeling of the seniors as they walked the halls of VHS for the last time before graduation. It was a time of remem- bering for the 238 graduating seniors. As freshmen the class of ’61 entered high school with a certain awe and respect. By their sophomore year they had become well-established in the academic and extra- curricular routine. The junior year was occupied with class rings and its “Hawaiian Holiday” prom. In the fall of 1960 the seniors returned once again to school life. Awaiting them were positions of club leadership and responsibility of setting a good example. Home- work became a pressing issue with the advent of term papers and critiques. Sectionals, Regionals, and prom highlighted their final year. The end of the begin- ning, Baccalaureate and Commencement climaxed four years of fun and work. ROBERTA ADAMSKI: Y-Teens 1,2, 3, 4; Pep Club 1 ,2,3,4; Choir 3,4, Ensembles 3,4; G.A.A. 1, 2,3,4, Board 2,3, Pres. 4. MARIAN ALLI- SON: Choir 3,4. JEFFRY ANDERSON: Hi-Y 4; Biology Club 1; Science Club 2,3,4; Projectionist 1; Valpost 3; Band 1,2; Swim- ming 2,3; Track 1,2. LINDA ANDERSON: Y-Teens 1,2, 3, 4; Pep Club 1,2, 3, 4; Valpost 2,3,4; F.T.A. 3,4; Cadet Teacher 4; Nurse’s Office 3,4; Band 1,2; G.A.A. 1 ,2,3,4. HAROLD ANDRESEN: Pep Club 3,4; Biology Club 1; Science Club 3; Choir 1; Football 2; Radio Club 1,2, Treas. 1. LAWRENCE ASTROLOGES: Chess Club 1,2, 3, 4, Treas. 2; Basketball Manager 1,2,3, 4; V-Club 2,3,4. NORMA BARNETT: Norwood High School, Cincinnati, Ohio 1,2. JOANNE BAY: Pep Club 1,2,3, 4; Valpost 4; G.A.A. 1; Student Secretary 4. CHARLOTTE BEACH: Y-Teens 1,23,4; Pep Club 1,23,4; Student Council 13; F.T.A. 3,4; Principal’s Office 4; Dra- matics 3; Band 1 ,23,4; Student Secretary 4. DENNIS BEACH: Cross Country 1; Basket- ball 1; Track 1. BRUCE BENNINGHOFF: Cross Country 1,2; Track 1,2. PAMELA BERG: Thornton Fractional High School, Lansing, Illinois 1,2,3. DAVID BERNARD: Student Secretary 4; Wanatah High School, Wanatah, Ind. 1; Boone Grove High School, Boone Grove, Ind. 1. CHARLENE BERNDT: Y-Teens 1,23,4; Pep Club 1,23,4; Valenian 4; F.T.A. 3,4; Cadet Teacher 4; Guidance Office 4; Choir 2; G.A.A. 1,23,4, Sec. 4; Student Secre- tary 4. GERDA BIERNATH: Y-Tcens 4; Pep Club 4; G.A.A. 4; Foreign Exchange Student, Munich, West Germany. WILLIAM BIGGS: Cross Country 1; Wres- tling 4; Baseball 1. JUDITH BILLINGS. RONALD BOLING: Football 1.23,4; Basket- ball 12 ; Track 1,23,4; V-Club 3,4. RAY AUBLE: Projectionist 3,4, Sec.-Treas. 4; Dramatics 1,23,4; Student Secretary 4. RICHARD BABCOCK: Pep Club 2,3,4, Vice- Pres. 4; Biology Club 1; Science Club 3,4; Projectionist 1,2; Librarian 1; Valpost 1,2; Band 1,23,4, Pep Band 2,3,4. SUSAN BACKUS: Y-Teens 1,23,4; Pep Club 1,23,4; Speech-Debate 2; Valpost 2,3; Valenian 4, Layout Editor 4; F.T.A. 3; Choir 1,23,4, Sec. 4, Ensembles 3,4; G.A.A. 1,23,4; National Merit Finalist. WANDA BORGER: Y-Teens 4; Pep Club 4; Rocky Grove High School, Franklin, Pa. 1 .2,3. DANIEL BOWLBY: Basketball 3; Baseball 3; Clover Bend High School, Clover Bend, Ark. 1,2. JUDITH BRAJCKI: Pep Club 12; Nurse’s Office 4; Dramatics 2. GERALD BRITTON: Biology Club 1; Pro- jectionist 1,2; Cross Country 12, J.V. Captain 2; Basketball 1,2; Baseball 2,3,4. JEANETTE BROADHURST: Y-Teens 1,2; Pep Club 1,2,3; Nurse’s Office 1; G.A.A. 1,2; Student Secretary 4. JANET BROWN: Y-Teens 1; Dramatics 3; Band 1; Student Secretary 4. RICHARD BUCHANAN: Pep Club 3,4. DAVID BURRUS: Pep Club 2.3,4; Valpost 2,3; Band 1,2; Cross Country 4; Track 1,4. CURTIS BUSH: Hi-Y 3,4; Pep Club 2.3,4; Science Club 2,3,4, Vice-Prcs. 3; Student Council 12,3,4, Pres. 4; Football 12,3,4; Wres- tling 12,3,4; V-Club 4; King of Hearts Court 4. WILLIAM CALLAHAN: Wheeler High School. Wheeler, Ind. 1. RICHARD CAR- MICHAEL: Pep Club 2,3,4; Swimming 1. WILLIAM CARMICHAEL: Pep Club 2,3,4; Science Club 1; Projectionist 3; Student Coun- cil 2,3,4; Band 1,2; Swimming 12,3,4; Golf 4; Boys’ State 3; Class Vice-Pres. 4. DENNIS CASBON: Football 2. JAMES CAVAN: Hi-Y 4; Pep Club 4; Science Club 3,4. MICHAEL CAVINDER. “Thank you and good afternoon,” says Mimi Fitzgerald at the close of the afternoon announcements. DAN CHESTER: Pep Club 2.3,4; Choir 3,4, Ensembles 4; Football 1; Basketball 1; Track 1; Baseball 1,2. JAMES CHESTER: Pep Club 4; Speech-Debate 4; Cross Country 1 .2; Basket- ball 1; Swimming 2. BRIAN CHRISTY. STEPHEN CLAUSSEN: Pep Club 3,4. JERRY COLBURN: Hi-Y 4; Pep Club 3,4; Biology Club 1,2; Science Club 1,3,4, Pres. 4; Chess Club 4; Band 1,2; Pfep Band 2; Swimming 1,2,3; National Merit Finalist. TERRY COLLINGS: Pep Club 2,3,4; Speech- Debate 2,3,4; Dramatics 2,3,4, Pres. 4; Band 1. HARLEY COLLINS: Student Council 1,2,4; Valcnian 4; F.T.A. 4; Foo tball 1,2, 3,4; Basket- ball 1,2, 3, 4, Captain 4; Baseball 1,2, 3, 4; V- Club 1,2 3,4; Class Pres. 12; Toastmaster 3; King of Hearts 4. CLARA COOLMAN: Y- Tccns 1,2, 3, 4, Vicc-Pres. 4; Pep Club 1,2, 3, 4; F.T.A. 3,4; Cadet Teacher 4; Band 1; Choir 1,2, 3,4, Ensembles 3,4; G.A.A. 1,2,3,4. MARG- ARET CORCORAN: Y-Tecns 4; Pep Club 4; Biology ' Club 2,3; Science Club 2,3,4; Librar- ian 3,4; Dramatics 2,3,4, Vice-Pres. 4. LARRY CRISMAN: Pep Club 2,3,4; Cross Country Manager 2; Track Manager 1,2. RAYMOND CRUM: Pep Club 2,3; Speech- Debate 2,3,4; Dramatics 2,3,4; Football 1,2; Track 1,2. JOHN DAVIES: Pep Club 3; Speech-Debate 4; Football 1 ,2,3,4; Basketball 1; V-Club 4. CAROL DAVIS: Y-Teens 1,2,3 ,4; Pep Club 1,2, 3, 4; Choir 3; G.A.A. 1,2, 3, 4; Student Secre- tary 4; Majorette 1,2, 3, 4. MARY ELLEN DAYTON: Y-Teens 2,3,4; Pep Club 1,2, 3, 4, Sec 4; F.T.A. 3,4; Cadet Teacher 4; Guidance Office 4; Choir 1; G.A.A. 1,2, 3, 4; Student Secretary 4. MARY ANN DEAN: Y-Teens 1,2, 3,4; Pep Club 1,2, 3, 4; Valenian 3,4; Choir 1; G.A.A. 1,2, 3, 4. CARYN DECKER: Y-Teens 1,4; Pep Club 2,3,4. WILLIAM DECKRO. DIANE DE- GRAZIA: Y-Teens 1,2, 3, 4; Pep Club 1,2,3, 4, Pres. 4; Cheerleader 2; Valpost 1; Valenian 4; F.T.A. 3; Principal’s Office 2,3,4; G.A.A. 1 ,2,3,4; Homecoming Court 4; Girl’s State 3. CLARENCE DOELLING: Pep Club 2,3,4; Biology Club 3; Science Club 2,3,4; Student Council 1; Basketball 1; Baseball 1,2,3, 4. JAMES DOMMER: Pep Club 2,3,4; Student Council 4; Cross Country 1,2, Manager 3,4; Wrestling 3,4; Track 1; Baseball 2,3. GLENN DOWD: Pep Club 2,3,4; Choir 3,4, Ensembles 3,4. KENNETH DOWD: Hi-Y 2,3,4; Pep Club 2,3,4; Choir 4; Football 1,2, 3, 4, Captain 4; Wrestling 1,2, 3, 4; V-Club 2,3,4. JESSIE DRESDEN: Y-Teens 4; Pep Club 1 ,2,3,4; G.A.A. 4. DOUGLAS DYE: Pep Club 2,3,4; Projectionist 1,2, 3, 4; Chess Club 2,3,4; Foot- ball 2; Basketball 1. JAMES DYE: Projectionist 3,4; Chess Club 2.3.4, Treas. 4. JANICE EADES: Student Secretary 4. JANET ECKERT: Y-Teens 1,2, 3, 4; Pep Club 1,2, 3, 4; Valenian 3,4; At- tendance Office 4; Guidance Office 4; G.A.A. 1.2. 3.4, Board 2,4, Treas. 3; Class Treas. 2; Class Sec. 3. DIANN EDER: Y-Teens 4; Pep Club 2.3,4; Biology 3; Wheeler High School, Wheeler, Ind. 1. FRED EHNES: Hi-Y 3,4; Science Club 3; Band 1 ,2,3,4, Vice-Pres. 4, Pep Band 3,4. GREER ELLENBERGER: Y-Teens 1,2, 3,4; Pep Club 1,2,3, 4; Valenian 3,4; F.T.A. 3,4; Cadet Teacher 4; G.A.A. 1,2,3, 4, Board 3, Vice-Pres. 4; Student Secretary 4. PATRICIA EVANS: Y-Teens 2,3; Pep Club 2,3,4; Valenian 4; G.A.A. 1; Student Secretary 4. JAMES FERGUSON: Hi-Y 3,4, Treas. 4; Pep Club 2,3,4; Speech-Debate 3,4; Science Club 1,2, 3, 4; Librarian 2,3,4; Chess Club 3,4, Vice-Pres. 4. SHARON FITCH: YTeens 1,2, 3 ,4; Pep Club 1,2, 3 ,4; Science Club 3; Valenian 3,4, Copy Editor 4; F.T.A. 3; G.A.A. 1,2, 3, 4, Board 4. MARY ELLEN FITZGERALD: Y-Teens 1 ,2,3,4; Pep Club 1,2, 3, 4; Cheerleader 2,3,4; Valenian 4; F.T.A. 3,4; Principal ' s Office 4; G.A.A. 1,2, 3, 4; Homecoming Court 4. LINDA FOLLIS: Y-Teens 1,2,4; Pep Club 1 ,2.3,4, Treas. 4; Librarian 1; F.T.A. 3.4; Cadet Teacher 4; Choir 2; G.A.A. 1 ,2.3,4; Student Secretary 4. JOHN FONCANNON: Hi-Y 2,3,4, Vice-Pres. 4; Pep Club 2,3,4; Cheer- leader 3; Student Council 3; Valpost 3,4; Chess Club 4; Football 1,2, 3, 4; Basketball 1; Wrestling 2,3,4; Track 1,2; V-Club 4. RICHARD FOREMAN: Student Council 1. DAVID FRAILEY. ROGENE FROBERG: Pep Club 2.3,4; Speech-Debate 3; F.T.A. 3,4, Sec.-Treas. 4; Band 1,2, 3, 4; Book Store 4. CHARLES FROGGE: Pep Club 2,3,4; Chess Club 4; Football 1,2,3, 4; Wrestling 1,2; Track Manager 1,2,3. JANICE FRY; Y-Teens 2,3,4; Pep Club 2,3,4; F.T.A. 4; G.A.A. 1,4; Student Secretary 4. JUDY FRYER: Pep Club 2,3,4; Speech-Debate 3; Guidance Office 4; Band 1,2, 3, 4, Librarian 3,4. ARTHUR GERMAN: Pep Club 3,4; Science Club 3; Football 1,2,3; Basketball 1. PHILIP GOEDE: Science Club 2. FOSTER GOOD: Pep Club 4; Speech-Debate 4, Vice-Pres. 4; Chess Club 3,4, Treas. 4; Radio Club 1. ROBERT GRAEBNER: Pep Club 2,3,4; Biology Club 1,2,3; Science Club 1,2; Band 1,2, 3,4, Drum Major 4, Pep Band 3,4; Basket- ball 1,2; Track 1,2. ROBERT GRAHAM: Cross Country 1,2,3; Basketball 1,2; Track 1; Basebal l 3. MARTHA GREEN: Band 1,2; Student Secretary 4. CAROLE GUNDER: Y-Teens 4; Pep Club 2,3,4; Choir 2,3,4, Ensembles 4; G.A.A. 1,2, 3, 4, Board 4; Student Secretary 4. JOHN GUTT: Pep Club 2,3,4; Projectionist 2,3; Wrestling 3. CHERYL HALEY: Y-Teens 1 ,2,3,4; Pep Club 1,2, 3, 4; Student Council 3; Valpost 3,4; F.T.A. 4; Band 1, 2,3,4, Sec.-Treas. 4; Student Secretary 4. ROBERT HALLBERG: Pep Club 3,4; Cross Country 2; Track 2. CYNTHIA HANCHAR: Y-Teens 1,2, 3, 4; Pep Club 1,2, 3, 4; G.A.A. 1 ,2,3,4; Student Secretary 4. PAUL HATHA- WAY: Football 1; Track 1,2,3. MARGARET HAWKINS: Y-Teens 4; Pep Club 2,3,4; Choir 1,3,4; G.A.A. 4. JAMES HEFFERNAN: Hi Y 3,4, Sec, 4; Pep Club 2,3,4; Football 1,2, 3, 4; Basketball 1,2; Track 1,2,3, 4; V-Club 3,4. SANDRAJEAN HEN- DERSON: Y-Teens 1,2, 3, 4; Pep Club 1,2.3, 4; Cadet T eacher 4; Guidance Officer 4; Choir 1,2; G.A.A. 1 ,2,3,4, Treas. 4. DAVID HERRON: Dramatics 3,4. EDWIN HILL. RICHARD HINES: Washington Township High School, Ind. 1,2,3. DONALD HODSDEN. DAWN HOEG: Pep Club 15.3,4; Librarian 2,3,4; Student Secre- tary 4 JOHN HOLMGREN: Choir 4; Wheel- er High School, Wheeler, Ind. 1,2. DIANE HORAK: Y-Teens 1,2,3; Pep Club 1,2; G.A.A. 1. BONNIE HOUGH: Y-Teens 1,2,4; Pep Club 1,2,3, 4; Student Secretary 4. ROGER HOWARD: Hi-Y 4; Pep Club 23,4; Science Club 3,4; Chess Club 4. 109 CHARLOTTE HUBER: Pep Club 2; Band 1; G.A.A. 1,2. LAWRENCE HUBER: Hi-Y 2,3.4; Pep Club 2,3,4; Band 1,2, 3, 4; Basket- ball 1; Wrestling 3; Track 1,2,3. LINDA HUFF: Y-Teens 1,2, 3, 4; Pep Club 1,2, 3,4; Cheerleader 2,4; Student Council 4, Sec. 4; Dramatics 3; G.A.A. 1,4; Student Secretary 4. CAROL HUGH ART: Pep Club 1,2 ,3 ,4; Guidance Office 4. ROBERT HUMPHREY: Hi-Y 4; Pep Club 3,4; Science Club 4; Cross Country 1,2; Basketball 1; Track 1. PATRI- CIA HURLEY: Y-Teens 1,2, 3,4; Pep Club 1.2, 3, 4; F.T.A. 4; Nurse’s Office 3,4; Major- ette 1,2, 3,4; G.A.A. 1,2, 3, 4; Student Secretary 4. RICHARD HYGH: Lincoln High School Vincennes, Ind. 1,2. WILLIAM IHNAT. FRED INGRAM: Pep Club 3,4. PAULA JAMESON: Y-Teens 1,2,3, 4; Pep Club 1,2,3, 4; Student Council 1; Valposi 1 ,2,3,4, Bus. Manager 4; Principal’s Office 3; Dramatics 3; G.A.A. 1,2; Student Secretary 4. SUZANNE JOHNSON: Y-Teens 1,2, 3,4, Board 3, Pres. 4; Pep Club 1, 2,3,4; Science Club 3; Student Council 4; Valpost 1 ,2,3,4; F.T.A. 3; Choir 1 ,2,3,4, Ensembles 3,4; G.A.A. 12,3,4; Girls’ State 3. BERTIE JOLLEY: Y-Teens 1,2, 3, 4; Student Council 1,2; F.T.A. 4; Cadet Teacher 4; Principal ' s Office 4 ; Nurse’s Office 2,3; G.A.A. 12,3,4; Student Secretary 4. DANIEL JONES: F.T.A. 4; Cross Country 3,4; Basketball 3,4, Captain 4; Track 3,4; V-Club 3,4; Wheeler High School, Wheeler, Ind. 1,2. TIM JONES: Pep Club 2; Projec- tionist 2,3; Choir 3; Football Manager 12; Wrestling 12; V-Club 2,3. BONNIE KADO: Pep Club 4; Student Council 1; G.A.A. 1,2- DEAN KAHNEY: Hi-Y 3,4; Pep Club 2,3,4; Football 1,2,3, 4; Basketball 12; Wrestling 4; Track 1,2,3; V-Club 3,4. MARY KALTEN- BACH: Y-Teens 2; Pep Club 2,3,4; Speech- Debate 2; Dramatics 3,4, Librarian 4; G.A.A. 1, 2,3,4. ROBERT KITCHEN: Hi-Y 3,4; Pep Club 2,3,4; Science Club 3; Student Council 3; Valpost 2,3,4, Editor 4; Band 1; Football 2,3; Cross Country 1,4; Swimming 123,4, Captain 4; Track 123,4, J.V. Captain 2; V-Ciub 1,23,4; Class Pres. 3; Class Treas. 4; King of Hearts Court 4. MAR CIA KOEPKE: Y-Teens 123,4, Board 3,4; Pep Club 1,23,4; Valpost 1,2; Valenian 2,3,4, Editor 4; F.T.A. 3; Choir 1,23,4, Ensembles 3; G.A.A. 1,23,4; Homecoming Queen 4. GEORGE KRAUSE: Pep Club 3,4; Speech-Debate 4; Science Club 4; Chess Club 4; Swimming 2; Concordia College, Milwaukee, Wis. 12. SUSAN KRAUSE: Y- Teens 3,4, Board 4; Pep Club 3,4; G.A.A. 3,4; Student Secretary 4; Luther South High School, Chicago, 111. 12- WAYNE KROENKE: Pep Club 2,3,4; Biology Club 1; Science Club 23; Projectionist 2; Valpost 3,4, Sports Editor 4; Band 1,23,4, Pep Band 3,4; Swimming 2. JUDY KYES: Y-Teens 123,4; Pep Club 123,4; Guidance Office 4; Choir 1,3,4; Student Secretary 4. SUE LAMBERT: Y-Teens 2,3,4; Pep Club 1,23,4; F.T.A. 4; G.A.A. 123,4; Student Secretary 4. THOMAS LAMBERT: Hi-Y 4; Pep Club 4; Science Club 3,4, Sec.-Treas. 4; Student Coun- cil 3; Football 123,4; Basketball 1; Wrestling 3,4; Swimming 12; Baseball 3,4; V-Club 3,4. DONNA LANDGREBE: Pep Club 3,4; Guidance Office 4; G.A.A. 1; Student Secre- tary 4. LAWRENCE LANE: Hi-Y 4; Pep Club 23,4. JEANETTE LARCOM: Y-Teens 12; Pep Club 123,4. JAMES LASKO: Projectionist 1,23,4; Golf 3. RITA LASKO: Librarian 4. Suzie Johnson, Y-Teens president, bestows a post-coronation kiss on Skip Collins, the 1961 King of Hearts. CARL LAWRENCE: Pep Club 4; Cross Country 4. JOANN LAWRENCE: Y-Teens 1,2,3; Pep Club 1 ,2,3,4; Student Secretary 4. DEBRA LEETS: Pep Club 2,3,4; Guidance Office 4; Nurse ' s Office 4; Student Secretary 4; Majorette 1,2, 3, 4. LARRY LINTON: Pep Club 2,3,4; Football 2; Track 1. ELIZABETH LITE: Y-Teens 1,3,4; Pep Club 1,2,3, 4; G.A.A. 1,2; Student Secretary 4. KATHRYN LONG: Y-Teens 1; Pep Club 3; Choir 1. CATHERINE LUDINGTON: Y-Teens 2,3; Pep Club 4; Valpost 4; Dramatics 4 . MARVIN LUDINGTON. DENNIS MAGID- Pep Club 2,3.4; Science Club 3,4; Student Council 4, Treas. 4; Chess Club 4; Cross Country 1,2; Basketball 1,2; Track 1; Base- ball 1,2, 3,4. GILBERT MANKIN: Pep Club 2,3. CAROLE MARSHALL: Pep Club 1,2; At- tendance Office 4; G.A.A. 1; Student Secre- tary 4. JUDITH MARTIN: Y-Teens 1,2,3; Pep Club 1,2, 3, 4; Speech-Debate 2; Science Club 1,4; Attendance Office 4; Nurse’s Of- fice 1; G.A.A. 1,2,3, 4, Board 3. BARRY MEYEROWITZ: Pep Club 3,4; Science Club 4; Chess Club 4; Cross Country 1,2; Basket- ball 1,2; Track 1. TERRY MILLER: Pep Club 2,3,4. JUDY MIRACLE: Y-Teens 1,2; Pep Club 4; Choir 3,4; Student Secretary 4. BENNIE MITCH- ELL: Pep Club 3,4; Science Club 3; Radio Club 1, Vice-Pres. 1. JUDITH MOHLER: Pep Club 2,3,4; F.T.A. 12.3,4; Cadet Teacher 4; Choir 1,2,3; G.A.A. 1,3. CATHERINE MONEYPENNY: Y-Tcens 1,2,3; Pep Club 2,3,4; Student Secretary 4. JOANNE MONTAGUE: Y-Teens 1 ,2,3,4; Pep Club 1,2,3, 4; Student Council 2; Valpost 4; Choir 1; Student Secretary 4. CAROLYN MONTONEY: Y-Teens 2,3,4; Pep Club 1 ,2,3,4; F.T.A. 4; Cadet Teacher 4; Choir 1,2, 3 ,4; Student Secretary 4. JACKIE MORRIS: Y-Teens 1,2; Pep Club 1,2,3 ,4; Librarian 1,2,3; Valenian 2,3; F.T.A. 12; Band 12,3,4, Majorette 12,3,4. PATRICK MURPHY: Hi-Y 2,3,4; Student Council 2,3,4; Valenian 4; Football 12,3,4; Basketball 1 ,2,3,4; Baseball 12,3,4; V-Club 3,4; Class Vice-Pres. 2; Class Pres. 4; King of Hearts Court 4. FRANCES MURVIHILL: Y-Teens 1,2, 3, 4; Pep, Club 1,2, 3, 4; Student Council 3; G.A.A. 2,4; Student Secretary 4. PATRICIA MURVI- HILL: Y-Teens 1,2; Pep Club 1,2,3. GEORG- ANNE MCDONALD: Y-Teens 1,2, 3, 4; Pep Club 1,2, 3, 4; Valenian 4; F.T.A. 3,4; Cadet Teacher 4; Choir 1,3,4, Vice-Pres. 4, En- sembles 3,4; G.A.A. 1,2,3, 4; Student Secretary CHARLES McKEAN: Pep Club 4; Science Club 1,4; Chess Club 4; Dramatics 2,3; Foot- ball 1; Basketball 1. MARTHA NEAL: Y- Teens 1,2, 3,4; Pep Club 1,2, 3,4; F.T.A. 3,4- Vice-Pres. 4; Choir 1 ,2,3,4, Pres. 4; Ensembles 3,4. ROBERT NELSON: Pep Club 3,4; Speech-Debate 4; Science Club 4; Valpost 3; Chess Club 4; Cross Country 1,2; Basketball 1; Wrestling 2,3,4; Track 1; V-Club 4. SHARON NICHOLS: Pep Club 3, Cadet Teacher 4; Attendance Office 2; Choir 1. DIANE OLAS: Y-Teens 1,2,3; Pep Club 1,2, 3,4; " Student Secretary 4. NANCY OLIVER: Y-Teens 1 .2,3,4; Pep Club 1,2, 3, 4; Biology Club 1; Valenian 3; Choir 1,2; G.A.A. 1,4. EUGENE PAGE: Terrel High School, Terrel. Texas 1,2,3. CHARLES PARSONS: Hi-Y 4; Pep Club 2,3,4; Student Council 4, Vice-Pres. 4; Band 1,2; Football 4; Baseball 1,2,3, 4; V- Club 2,3,4; King of Hearts Court 4. RICH- ARD PARTLOW: Pep Club 4; Rogers High School, Grand Rapids, Mich. 1. EMIL PEDERSEN: Hi-Y 2; Football 2. ROGER PEDERSEN: Pep Club 2; Football 2. RONALD PERKINS. BARBARA PETERS: Y-Teens 1; Pep Club 1,23,4; Valpost 4; G.A.A. 3; Student Secretary 4. THOMAS PIERCE: Pep Club 2,3,4; Pro- jectionist 3,4; Dramatics 3; Cross Country 2. HERBERT PIETSCH: Chess Club 13,3,4; Football Manager 13,3,4; Basketball Man- ager 1; Baseball Manager 2,3,4; V-Club 4. JERRY PRENTISS: Hi-Y 4; Pep Club 4; Science Club 3; Student Council 13,3,4, Vice Pres. 3; Chess Club 3; Football 1,23,4; Basket- ball 1,2; Track 1; Baseball 2,3,4; V-Club 3,4; Class Treas. lj Class Vice-Pres. 3. TOM PRENTISS: Pep Club 2,3,4; Football 13,3,4; Wrestling 1,2,3; Track 13,4; V-Club 2,3,4. JAMELYN RABER: Y-Teens 3; Pep Club 3,4; Science Club 4; F.T.A. 4; Cadet Teacher 4; Attendance Office 4; M.A.A.G. High School, Cambodia 1 ,2. TOM RANC.K: Hi-Y 2,3,4, Pres. 4; Pep Club 2,3,4; Science Club 4; Valpost 23,4. BARBARA RANDALL: Y-Tccns 4; Pep Club 23,4; Science Club 4; Valpost 4; G.A.A. 1,23,4; Student Secretary 4. ROBERT RHODES: Pep Club 2,3,4; Projectionist 133; Chess Club 1,2; Radio Club 1. LAWRENCE RICKETTS: too (ball 1; Wrest- ling 1. JERRY RIPLEY: Cross Country 1,2, 3,4, Captain 4; Basketball 1; Wrestling 23,4; Track 13,3,4; V-Club 2,3,4. HERBERT RISTO: Pep Club 2,3,4; Speech-Debate 2,3,4, Pres. 4; Chess Club 3,4, Sec. 4. 115 KAREN ROHN: Y-Teens 2,3,4; Pep Club 1 ,2,3,4; Choir 3,4; Student Secretary 4. JOHN RONNEAU: Hi-Y 3,4; Pep Club 2,3,4; Pro- jectionist 2,3; Football 1; Swimming 2; Track 1. MICHAEL RUSCH: Pep Club 3,4; Pro- jectionist 2; Bremen High School, Bremen, Ind. 1. MILLICENT SABO; Y-Teens 1 ,2,3,4; Pep Club 1 ,2,3,4; Attendance Office 2; G.A.A. 1 ,2.3,4; Student Secretary 4. PATRICIA SCHROEDER: Y-Teens 3; Pep Club 2,3,4; Science Club 4; Librarian 4; Dramatics 3,4, Sec. 4. PAUL SCHUESSLER: Speech-Debate 1,2,3; Biology Club 2; Science Club 3,4; Projectionist 2; Band 1; Football 3,4; Track 2; V-Club 4. ELISABETH SCHULTZ: Y-Teens 1,2, 3, 4; Pep Club 12.3,4; Science Club 3; Student Council 1; Valenian 2,4, Photo Editor 4; F.T.A. 3; G.A.A. 1,2, 3, 4, Board 3. CHARLES SCHWANHOLT: Hi-Y 4; Pep Club 2,4; Science Club 3,4; Chess Club 3,4; Band 1.2, 3, 4; Basketball Manager 3,4. WYC.KHAM SEELIG: Chess Club 3,4; Band 1; Football 1,2, 3, 4; Basketball 1,2, Manager 3,4; Track 1,2, 3, 4; V-Club 3,4; National Merit Finalist. KARLENE SELLS: Pep Club 2,3.4; F.T.A. 4; Student Secretary 4. SARAH SEXTON: Pep Club 2,3,4; Choir 2,3,4, Treas. 4: Student Secretary 4. ORVILLE SHEARHOD. RICHARD SHORT: Pep Club 2,3.4. SAND- RA SIEVERS: Pep Club 1.2, 3, 4. WILLIAM SIEVERS: Hi-Y 4; Pep Club 3,4. JOHN SILHAVV: Pep Club 3. ROBERT SMITH: Hi-Y 4; Pep Club 1,2,3, 4, Sec. 3, Pres. 4; Student Council 2; Cross Country 2,3,4, Captain 4; Basketball 1; Swimming 2; Track 1,2, 3, 4; V-Club 3,4. FIONA SPRUIT- ENBURG: Choir 3,4; Washington Township High School, Ind. 1,2. PETER STAGER: Pep Club 2,3,4; Biology Club 1; Science Club 2,3; Football 1,2,3; Radio Club 1. EDITH STALBAUM: Y-Teens 1,2, 3, 4; Pep Club 1,2, 3, 4; Biology Club 1,2,3; Science Club 2,3; Librarian 3,4; Dramatics 2,3,4. GERALD STALBAUM: Projectionist 3,4; Dramatics 4. KEITH STANTON: Football 1,2,3 ,4, Cap- tain 4; Track 2,3; V-Club 3,4; King of Hearts Court 4. GILBERT STEPHENS: Pep Club 2; Projectionist 1,2, 3,4. ROBERT STINNETT. Seniors use “spare” moments to order senior cards. SHARYL STOLTZ: Y-Teens 1,2,3 ,4, Board 3,4; Pep Club 1,2, 3, 4; F.T.A. 3,4; Cadet Teacher 4; Attendance Office 4; Guidance Office 4; Choir 3,4; G.A.A. 1,2, 3, 4; Home- coming Court 4; Class Treas. 3; Class Sec. 4. JOHN STONER: Hi-Y 3,4; Pep Club 2,3; Football 1,2, 3, 4; Basketball 1; Wrestling 3; Track 1; V-Club 2,3,4. ROBERT SWISHER: Pep Club 2,3,4; Speech-Debate 2,3; Science Club 3; Band 1,2, 3, 4, Pres. 4, Pep Band 2, 3,4; Swimming 2. CHARLES TAICLET. ROSE TARNER: Y- Teens 1; Pep Club 3,4; Nurse’s Office 4. RICHARD TELLE: Hi-Y 2,3,4; Pep Club 2,3,4; Speech-Debate 4; Science Club 2,3,4; Valenian 2,3,4, Bus. Manager 4; Chess Club 4; Choir 1; Cross Country 2; Basketball 1,2; Golf 1,2, 3, 4; V-Club 4; National Merit Finalist. SHERYL THORGREN: Y-Teens 1,2, 3, 4; Pep Club 1,2, 3,4; Science Club 3; Student Council 1; Valenian 4, Art Editor 4; Choir 1. LON- NIE TINCHER: Cross Country 1,2; Basket- ball 1,2; Track 2,3. JANICE VAN ASDALL: Student Secretary 4. PATRICIA WAGNER: Y-Teens 2,3,4; Pep Club 2,3,4, Vice-Pres. 4; Choir 3,4; G.A.A. 2,3,4; Homecoming Court 4; Student Secre- tary 4; Rensselaer High School, Rensselaer, Ind. 1. OLIVIA WALLACE: Y-Teens 1,2, 3, 4; Pep Club 1,2, 3,4; Cheerleader 2,3,4; G.A.A. 1,2,4; Homecoming Court 4; Student Secre- tary 4. CHARLES WASHBURN. VIRGINIA WEBB: Y-Teens 2,3,4; Pep Club 2,3,4; Science Club 3,4, Sec.-Treas. 4; F.T.A. 4. MARILYN WEHNER: Y-Tcens 2,3,4; Pep Club 1,2, 3, 4; Valenian 3,4; F.T.A. 3,4, Pres. 4; G.A.A. 1 ,2,3,4. RICHARD WEICHERT: Pep Club 4; Speech-Debate 4, Treas. 4; Cross Country 2; Track 2. JERRY WEST: Pep Club 2,3; Choir 2; Foot- ball 1; Basketball 1. CHERYL WHEELER: Y-Teens 1,2, 3, 4; Pep Club 2,3,4; Science Club 3,4, Vice-Pres. 4; F.T.A. 4; Attendance Office 3,4; Nurse’s Office 1,2,3. JAMES WHEELER Wrestling 1. DAVID WIEGGEL: Hi-Y 4; Football 1,2,3 ,4; Swimming 1,2, 3, 4; Track 2; V-Club 2,3,4. LARRY WILL: Hi-Y 4; Pep Club 1 ,2,3,4, Sec. 4; Football 1,2, 3 ,4; V-Club 3,4. DENNIS WILLIAMS: Pep Club 3; Dramatics 4. JEFFREY WILSON: Hi-Y 2,3,4; Pep Club 2,3,4; Student Council 1,2,3; Valenian 2; Golf 1,2; Class Vice-Pres. 1. EVAN WIT- TERS: Pep Club 2,3,4; Science Club 3; Dramatics 4; Cross Country 1,2, 3, 4; Basket- ball 1; Track 1,2, 3, 4; V-Club 3,4. MICHAEL ZULICH: Pep Club 4; Speech-Debate 4, Sec. 4; Chess Club 2,3,4, Vice-Pres. 2,3, Pres 4; Choir 1. “Hey! Hey! Ho! Ho! Valpo’s goin’ to the Regionals!!” FRESHMEN Afield, Richard 82 Ashbaugh, Steven 82 Ashton, Robert 82 Babcock, Dennis 82 Baird, Thomas 82 Barber, Richard 82 Barkley. Patricia 28,43.82 Barkley, Peggy 28,43,82 Barnes, Karen 42,82 Barnett, James 88 Barrett, Ramsey 28,31,82 Barthold, Marguerite . . 28,31,34,82 Beach, Ronnie 82 Beck, Joan 28,31,82 Beck, Ruth 28,31,82 Beike, Carolyn 82 Bell, Daniel 82 Bernhart, Ellen 28,34,82 Berrier, Susan 34,82 Biggs, Elaine . .28,31,34,36,82 Blaney, Kenneth 67,75,82 Blocmen, Dee 37,82 Borsch, Joy 82 Bowen, Roger 82 Bowman, Judy 28,31,34,82 Bradney, Don 41,83 Brady, Elizabeth 28,83 Brock, Phyllis 28,31,83 Brookover, Charles 83 Brown, David 83 Brown, Diana 31,83 Brown, Susan 28,37,83 Bull, Charles 40,83 Burrus, James 46,75,77,83 Callahan, Sandra 83 Carlin, Michael 76,83 Carlson, Kathryn 42,83 Case, Charles 67,83 Chapel, Roger 83 Chelf, Barbara . . 28,31,37,43,83 Church, Richard 83 Clark, Donald 83 Cleaveland, Ruth 34,43,83 Cooper, Jovce 83 Cooper, Nila 83 Clemens, Steve 83 Clendenin, Wayne 83 Clifford, William 83 Cole, Gerald 83 Cole, Zane 67,75,83 Coolman, Robert 45,67,75,83 Copper, Thomas . . .46,67,75.82,83 Cornelison, Bill 67,83 Coulter, Janis 83 Craig, Douglas 67,75,83 Cropper, Cabell 42,83 Crum, Ronald 83 Daniel, Meredith 28,31.34.83 Davis, David 35,46,67,83 Deal, Earl 75,76,83 Dean, Jane . . .28,31,34,79,83 Deckro, Valeurie 28,31,83 Derflinger, Linda 83 Deu, Janice 28,83 Dibkey, Sue 83 Diersen, David 46,83 Dittmer, Susan 83 Dittmer, Thomas 83 Doolittle, James 42,83 Dowdell, Kav 28,31,83 Doyle, Patrick 75,77,82,83 Dunbar, Ronald 83 Eckley, Randall 83 Edwards, Cinda 84 Engel, Barbara 28,31,34,84 Ehnes, Alan 45,70.84 Eustis, Sharon 28,31,84 Falls, Phyllis Fifield, Ralph 84 Findling, Nancy 28,31,34,84 Index Fischer, John Fitzer, Andrew 84 Fitzgerald. Patricia . . 28,42,46,84 Fritts, Robert Froberg, Dale 84 Froberg, Sheri 28,31,34,84 Frogge, Patty 84 Fry, William 84 Frve, Julie 28.31,34,44,79,84 Fulton, William 43,84 Gaedtke, Janet 84 Gingerich, Joanne . . 31,36,84 Gross, Diet mar 84 Grundell, Sandra 28,31,84 Hampson, Rosemary. . . 28,31,82,84 Hanchar, Mike 67,84 Hanner, Patricia 28,34,84 Harden, Donald 84 Harrison, Vicki 28,34,39.84 Havling, Judith 34,84 Hazelton, Larry 84 Heffernan, Delores . . 28,31,34,84 Henderson, Darrell . 67,84 Henze, Herbert 84 Herman, Linda 28,31,34,84 84 Hewlett, Ray 67,84 Hildreth, Robert 84 Hill, David 67,84 Hill, James 42,84 Hines, Jack 84 Hoback, Sharon 34,43,84 Hoeg, Vayle 28,84 Hosford, Robert . 84 Hospers, Janet 34,84 Howser, Mary Jo 28,31,84 Huball, Robert 84 Hudgins, Judy 28,84 Hudgins, Louana 28,31,84 Husband, Donna 28.31,84 Husmann. Wayne 84 Ingman, Mickey 85 Irvin, Charlene 43,85 Irvine, Brian 85 Johnson, Gregory 67,85 Johnson, Jav 45,72,85 Johnson, Kent 77,85 Jones, Walter 85 Jopes, Mary 28,31,85 Jungjohan, James 85 Kautz, Stephen 72,77,85 Kane, Patricia 28,31,34,85 Keefer. Jill 88 Keelev, Vernon 75,77,85 Knott, Barbara 28,31,34,82,85 Kocppen, Chuck 75,77,85 Krieger, Howard . 67,85 Kriston, Jane 28,34.43,85 Kriston, Vicki 28,31,85 Kucinski, Dennis 85 Kuehl, William 85 Kuster, William 44,85 Lammers, Carol 28,31,85 Landgrebe, Carl 85 Landgrebe. Paul 85 Laube, Lois 28 85 Lawrence, Shirley . 28 85 Lcetz, Cynthia 28,31,34,85 Lightcap, Nancy 28,31,34,46,85 Lindberg, Larry 77,85 Linkimer, Lynn 28,85 Linton, Patsv 28, 8 r Loayza, Marylou 28,31,34,85 Loring, Jo Anne 28,31,45,85 Ludington, Darlene 85 Lutze, Peter : 85 Mahon, Karen 28,31,34,44,85 Mandernach, Sandra. . . 34,85 Mann, Judy 86 Maple, Lynn 86 Marsh, Donna 86 Masterson, Richard 77:86 Maudlin, Beverly 86 Michaels, Du Wayne 86 Milianta, Robert 86 Miller, Gene 77,86 Miller, James 39,86 Miller, Mary Ann 28,31,34,86 Miller, Susan 86 Millspaugh, Sharon 31,43,86 Miskimins, Sarah 42,43,86 Morgan, Irvin 86 Morris, Charles 86 Morris, Patricia 28,86 Myers, April 86 McAfee, Christine 28,31,34,86 McCasland, Donald 86 McDaniel. Marshall 86 McDonald, Delores 31,34,43,86 McNabb, William 86 Nelson, Faith 86 Newson, Terry 86 Nicklas, John 86 Nielsen, Kathrvn . .28,31,34,37,86 Oelling, Ronald 86 Oesting, Jonathan 44,86 Ogg, Otis 77,86 Olszewski, Paul 86 Pancini, John 86 Pancini, Sharon 28,86 Parsons, Rowland 45,46,67,75,86 Partlow, Sandra 28,31,86 Peterson. Dale 86 Pfledderer, Jolene . . .28,31,34,37,86 Phillips, Margaret . . 28,31,34,45,86 Pierce, Peggy . . . 28,31,34,86 Podell, Ronald 67,86 Prahl, Carol 34,86 Raber, Mike 86 Rayder, John 77,86 Reading, Priscilla 28,86 Reimer, Roderick 86 Reinhardt, Verna 86 Rhodes, Thomas 67,86 Rigg, John 86 Roberts, Thomas 37,86 Robinson, Sharon 87 Ronco, Ralph 77,87 Rosenbaum, Lawrence. . . 44.87 Rusch, Richard 87 Saez, Steven 87 Saunders, Vicki 28,31,34,87 Schoenbeck, Robert . 72,87 Schuessler, Robert 72,87 Schumacher, Martha 43,87 Scott, Denisa 87 Scars, Wayne 46,87 Shapard. James 87 Sheetz, Sherry 28,31,34,87 Sheffield, Ann . .28,31.34,79,87 Shinabarger, James 87 Shook, Susan . .28,31,34,43,87 Sievers, Roger 67,75,87 Simmons, Suzanne 28,31.34,87 Skinner, Judith 28,34,87 Slingerland, John 88 Small, Cheryl 87 Smith, Victor 87 Smith, Shirley 28,34,43,87 Soliday, Jerry 87 Spears, William 87 Spencer. Charles 88 Spencer, Wilberta 87 Steele, Randall 67,87 Steinbach, Martin 87 Stephens, Michael 87 Stipp, Eddie 46,67,75,87 Stratton, Mavis 34,39,87 Stump, Kenneth 88 Swisher, Jackie 28,31,88 121 Taylor, Cheryl 88 Taylor, Richard 88 Thomas, Edward 88 Thompson, Larrv 88 Todd, Katherine 88 Toelke, Doris 28,34,43,88 Tomecko, Lawrence 88 Toth, Joy 88 Trulock, Ellen . .28,31,37,46,86 Tudor, John 67,75,88 Tuesburg, Arthur 88 Ulsh, Gordon 45,77,88 Underwood, Bonnie 28,31.34,88 Urschel, Janet 28,31,37,88 Vickers, Scott 67,75,88 Wachholz, Nancy 28,88 Washburn, Karen 28,88 Wermcrantz. Dennis 88 West, Roberta 28,43,88 Westbrook, Karen 28,34,88 Wheclc, Thomas 67,88 White, Carolyn 28,88 Whitman, Donnie 77.88 Whitton, Allen 88 Whitton, Edward 67,75,88 Williamson, Ann 28,34,88 Wilson, Raymond 67,88 Witters, Reita 28,31,34,88 Womacks, Bill 88 Worden, Thomas 42,44.88 Young, Diane 28,88 Young, Kenneth 67,88 Zulich, Randall 40,75,77,88 SOPHOMORES Afield, Dean .89 Allison, William 89 Anderson, John 89 Anderson, Peggy Lou 28,31,34,38,47,89 Anselm, Michael 77,89 Archer, Stephen 67,89 Asztalos, James 77,89 Atwell, Linda 28,34,42,89 Babcock, Sharon 28,31,36,89 Beebe, Mike 41,89 Bennett, Dave 89 Bennett, Robert 89 Benton, Carol . . 28,31,43,89 Berrier, Linda .34,89 Berrier, Ralph 89 Biggs, Ronald 67,89 Biggs, Tom 89 Binder, Jeanette 28,3 1 ,34,36,38,42,89 Blachly, Patricia . .. .28,31,34,89 Bogan, Bruce 89 Boron, Carol . .28,31,34,44,89 Bovd, Charles 46,89 Brookover, Barbara 89 Brown. Ralph 89 Brown, Shirley 28,31,34,90 Burrus, Phyllis 28,90 Butterfield, David 67,72,90 Campolattara, Marv Anne 28.31,90 Carlin, Tom 74,77,90 Carlson, David 74,90 Casbon, Jerry 76,90 Casbon, Ronald 90 Chester, James 90 Chester, Ralph 90 Christman, Gale . .28,31,34,38,90 Christman, Larry 90 Clayburn, Ailene 90 Cluck, Mary Jo 28,31,36,42,90 Cole, Arlaine 28,90 Cole, Glenn 90 Coleman. Mary 28,34,42,90 Comeford, Robert 76,90 Comeford, William 46,76,90 Conner, Garv 90 Cooper, Ida 90 Copper, Sandra 28,31,90 Crook, Verna 28,31,34,90 Culp, Samuel 94 Cunningham, Linda . 28,31,90 Cuson, Theodore 67,90 Daly, Richard 67,90 Davison, Chris 67,90 DeArmitt, Diann 28,31,90 Deckro, John 90 Denison, Rebecca . 90 Deters, Philip 44,67,72,90 Deviney, Marilynn 90 Doelling, Cheryl 28,31,90 Ebersold, Jane 28,90 Eckley, Sharon 28,31,34,90 Edwards, Joe 90 Ehnes, Paul 43,45,90 Eichenseher, John 90 Eiler, Robert . . . .46,74,77,89,90 Fischer, Diana 28,31,34,90 Fischer, Mary 28,34,90 Fitzgerald, Sharon 90 Fivecoat, Gene 90 Flitter, Noritta .90 Follis, Diane 28,31,34,90 Foote, Gretchen 28,31,90 Forbes, Parrill 90 Frailey, Philip 90 Froberg, Janet 28,31,36,91 Froenicke, David 91 Fronek, Fred . 91 Fryer, Richard 43,45,91 Fulton, Ruth 28,34,91 Furr, Thomas 67,91 Gaines. Allan 91 Getz, James 77,91 Getz, Joanne 28,31,34,91 Gillespie, Patricia 91 GlofT, Dennis 67,74,91 Gott, Allen 46,67,74.91 Gradv, Dennis 91 Graham, Gerald 67,91 Gregory, Patricia 28,38,91 Haggerty, Belle 28,31,34,91 Haines, Carleton 91 Hall, Gerald 44,91 Hall, Leslie 28,91 Hanna, Ronald 67,74,91 Hanna, Sandra 28,34,91 Hardesty, Judith 91 Harkin, Linda 28,31,34.91 Harrell, Elsie 91 Hart, Hal .... 44,67,72,91 Hart, Kathleen . . . .28,31,34,36,91 Harvey, Betty 28,31,34,91 Hawkins, Patricia 28,91 Hemmersbach, Robert 76,89,91 Hennessey, Patricia 28,31,91 Hennig, Ingrid 42,91 Hewlett, Patricia 28,31,34,92 Hicks, Lawrence 72,92 Hill, l.inda . . . .31,34,47,79,92 Hofferth. Judith 92 Holst, Daryl 45,92 Honzik, Elaine . .28,31,36,45,92 Horak, Janet 92 Horak, Joan 92 Hutton, Thomas 66,67,72,92 Hyattc, Shirley 92 Jain, Melodve 28.92 Jensen, Jean Johnson, Constance 94 Johnson, Rosemary 28,31,34,92 Jones, Beth 28,31,34,92 Jones, E. Diane 92 King, Eugene 92 Kitchen, Dennis 92 Klein, Richard . 44,92 Knoblock, Ralph 92 Kolasinski, Phebe 92 Kratz, Hans 92 Kroenke, Eunice 28,31,34,46,92 Kyrsa, Arlene 92 Lambcrson, Bonnie 28.31,34,92 Lamberson, Walter 92 Lambert, Sharon 43,92 Larson, Karen 43,92 LaRue, Charles 92 Lawrence, Allan 92 Lawrence, Rayburn 92 Legler, Gerald 92 Lemster, Karen 92 Liggett, Carol 28,34,92 Linkimer, Tom 46,74,92 Lintner, Julie 92 Linton, Sharon 28,31,34,92 Long, Dave 74,77,89,92 Ludington Allen 92 Makovsky, Caryl 28,31,45,79,92 Manago, Denzil 92 Maple, Rosemary 92 Marsden, Jari 28,31,34,92 Marten. Bruce 43,92 Mellenthin, Gene 92 Mertz, Douglas 92 Miller, Arthur 92 Millet. Mary Ann 28,92 Miracle, Phyllis 28,34,92 Mohler, Morris .93 Murvihill, John 67,93 McCasland, Mary 34,36,93 M( Means, ( Varies 93 McMeans, Irma 28,93 Nelson, Jane 28,31,36,93 Newell, Lynn 28,31,34,93 Nicholas, Vincent 67,93 Nielsen, Susan 28,34,36,42,44,93 Nicndorf, David 67,93 Offord, James 93 Peck, Jacqueline 28,31,34,42.46,93 Peirce, Cherie 28,31,36,42,45,93 Peters, Donna 93 Peters, Frances 28,93 Phares, Mary 34,93 Pierce, Patricia 93 Pierce, Sandy 28,31,34,93 Pierce, Sharon 93 Pinkerton, John 67,93 Platt, Stephen 67,74,93 Powell, Leah 28,42,93 Racette, Colin 77,93 Raines, Barbara 28,31,34,47,93 Randall, Stephen 93 Ray, Dennis 94 Reedy, Ronald 93 Richards, Cecil 93 Rickman, Mike 93 Robinson, Christine .93 Rowland, Sharon 28,31,34,46,47,93 Rucker, Suzanne 93 Saar, Mary 28,31,93 Sanford, John 44,72,77,93 Savage, Margaret 36,93 Schau, Dave 93 Schenker, Craig 93 Schroeder, Madelon 28,37,42,93 Schultz, Dale 93 Sefton, Bonnie 28,31,93 ShufTlebotham, Laurie .34,39,42,93 Sievers, Patricia 28,3 1 ,93 Sims, Richard 93 Slavey, Patricia 28,31,34,47,79,93 Smith, Pam 28,31,34,36,93 Soliday, Edmond 74,77,93 Spruitenburg, Barbara 93 Steel, John r . 93 Stinchfield, Mary 28,31,34,48,79,93 Swanson, Sara 28,31,34,94 Swelstad, Jack , 67,74,94 Swihart, Thomas 67,94 Sybicki, Laura 94 Taber, Dean 94 Taiclet, Eugene 94 Talley, Charles 67,94 Tilton, Carol 94 Todd, Glenn 94 Townsend. Valerie 28,34.94 Tracy, Terry 72,94 Troxel, Sharon 28,34,94 122 Underwood, Suzanne 28,36,44,94 Urbahns, Theresa 31,94 Urschel, Cinda 28,31,94 Urschel, Elena 28,31,34,94 Waldschmidt, Carol 28,31,94 Walmsley, Pamela 94 Weichert, Sandra 28,94 Weideman, Marsha 28,31,94 Weinstein, Garnet 36,94 West, Kathern 27,94 White, James 94 White, Richard 94 Wickersham, William 94 Widiger, Gary 94 Wienke, Tom 94 Williams, Barbara 28,34,42,94 Wilt, Glen 76,94 Wood, Terry . 46,67,89,94 Woods, Virginia 94 Zulich, Dianne 94 Zywanoski, Sandra 28,42,94’ JUNIORS Anderson, Sandra 27,30,33,95 Arnold, Don 44,76,95 Ashbaugh, J udith 95 Ashbaugh, Paul 101 Atwell, Larry 95 Ball, Frank 95 Bankert, Jon 42,45,95 Barnes, Patricia 27,30,95 Barnhart, Sandra 101 Bartok, Winifred 27,95 Batchelor, Diane 27,30,33,44,78,95 Bednar, Doris 95 Bell, Beverly 95 Bentley, Elizabeth. 101 Berlin. Barbara 95 Berndt, Beverly 95 Bernhart, Carol 27,29,30,32,33,95 Bernhart, James 37,45,95 Betts, William . . 46,95 Bevan, John . . 37,42,95 Biggs, Loren 35,37,42,43,95 Biggs, Pauline 33,37,40,43,95 Bilic, Richard 95 Bird, Robert 72,95 Blastick, Karen 95 Boling, Edward 35,66,67,95 Boyd, Alice 101 Boyer, Ronald 95 Brindle, Mary 27,33,44,96 Brocksmith, Charlotte 27,96 Broton, Patricia ' 27.30,96 Brown, Brenda 27,30,32,33,47,48,96 Brown, Kay 96 Brown, Sarah 27,30,96 Brumbaugh, Elmer 96 Bucci, August 46,47,96 Bucher, Geoff 45,96 Bucher, Kathleen 27,30,96 Bush, Barbara 27,30,33,78,96 Buxton, Pamela 27,96 Case, Carolyn .27,30,43,96 Chandler, Lenora 96 Charpentier, Roseanne 27,30,96 Christman, John 101 Clifford, Michael 96 Clouse, Anna % Cole, Dale 70,96 Cooper, Sharon 27,38,96 Cropper, Walter. . 67,% Crum, Betty % Dayton, Sheila 27,29,30,33,96 Denison, Steven % Doelling, Paul % Dorris, Susan 27,30,33,43,44,% Douglas, James 96 DuFallo, Richard 96 Duncan, David 35,96 Duncan, Dennis 96 Dygert, Norman 43,44,96 Eckert, James 43,44,77,96 Eddington, Edward 96 Fetla, Edward Findling, Donna Fleming, Robert ... Flowers, Juanita Frey, Judith Froberg, Kim Frogge, Mary Ann . Fulton, Jo Ann Gaedtke, Ray Gingerich, David Glanders, Judith Good, Marvin Goede, Thomas Gray, Lois Gray, Patricia Green, Mary Gregory, Stephen Griffith, Ted Groverman, Jacki Guilford, Marcia Gumbcrt, Karen Gustafson, Pamela Haefling, William Hall, Margaret . . Hall, Sandra Hamilton, William . . . Hannon, James Harrington, Kathleen 96 27,30,33,% 96 .27,29,30,33,46,95,% 27,30,% 37,41,72,96 % 27,43,% 96 37,96 . . . .27,29,30,32,33,% % 77,% 27.30,96 27,% 27,30,33,% 67,97 97 27,30,33.97 27,30,33,36,43,44,97 97 97 97 97 101 46,67,72,97 97 97 Harris, Marcia 27,30,33,97 Harris, Phyllis 27,30,43,44,97 Hassel, Diane 42,97 Hayes, Charles 97 Heimbcrg, Wayne 101 Heinold, Janet 27,44,97 Heinz, George . 97 Heiser, Gayle ‘ 7 Helman, Frances . . .27,30,32,33,97 Hildreth, Wi lliam 35,43,46,66,70,97 Hill, Carole 27,30,33,97 Hill, Charles 35,97 Holmgren, Martha 27,30,36,43,97 I lopkins, Paul 101 Howe, Anna 97 Huber, Janet 32,33,97 Ireland, Patricia 27,29,30,33,43,44,47,97 Irons, James 97 Jankowski, Kenny 66,74,76,97 Jankowski, Sharon 27,97 Jensen, David 97 Jessrp, John 72,77,98 Johnson, Jill 27,30,33,98 Johnson, Sarah 27,43,98 Johnston, Terry 35,46,66,67,98 Jolley, Jane 27,42,43,48,98 Jones, Judith 98 Jones. Linda . .27,33,98 Jones. Robert 67.98.1(H) Jopes, Annette 27,30,96 Kaplan, Shcrie 27,30,33,47.98 Karamesines, Mike 98 Kautz, Philip 35,37,4 1 ,66,72,98 Kazlauski, Sally 27,98 Keefer, Patricia 43,101 Keehn, Sally 38,98 King, Keith 45,98 Kinne, Sharon 27,33,98 Knopp, William 43,98 Koeppen, Janet 27,30,33,98 Kornblith, Davida 27,48,98 Krachey, James 98 Kratz, Karl 98 Kretzmann, John . . 35,46,95,98 Krieger, Charles 66,67,74,98 Kruse, Arlene 27,30,33,98 Kuebrich. Vincent 98 Kuehl, William 96 Lamb, Jane 44,45,46,96 Lamberson, Carolyn 43,98 Landgrebe, George 98 Laube, Patricia 27,30,33,43,44,96 Lightcap, Kathleen 27,30,33,98 Lindholm, Ralph 98 Maguire, Judith 27,30,33,98 Makovsky, Theodore . 72,98 Manago, Fred 98 Mandernach, Arlene. 98 Marrell, Catherine . . 27,30,33,95,98 Maudlin, Barbara . . . 27,98 Maudlin, Richard . . . 37,98 Mead, Donald 98 Michaels, Ron 101 Miller, Frank 35,98 Miller, Frederick . . . 35,46,66,67,72,98 Miller, Gerald 43,44.98 Miller, Norman 98 Miller, James 35,39,41,66,98 Millet, Allan 98 Millspaugh, Earl 35,43,44,98 Mitchell, Larry 98 Molengraft, Neal 72,99 Monroe, Marlin 99 Morris, Jacklyn 99 Milzarek, Lawrence . . 99 Myers, Sally 99 Nelson, Jerry 35,74,77,99 Newell, Donna 43.99 Nichols, Sandra 99 O’Keefe, Ralph 99 Olin, James 99 O’Neill, Steve 74,76,99 Parry, Marsha ....27,30,33,43,48.99 Perry, Robert 45,99 Peterson, Diane 99 Peuquet, Dave 99 Pierce, Douglas 46,47,99 Podell, Connie 27,30,99 Poehler, Janet 27,30.99 Ponader, Josette 99 Powell, Joan 27,30,33,99 Powell, Stephen 99 Prahl, David 42,99 Price, Marilyn 27,30,33,48,99 Prowant, Clyde 70,99 Pullins, Margie 99 Rechlin, Linda 27,32,33,48,99 Reed, Mary . .27,30,33,36,43,44,99 Richmon d, James 99 Rickman, Edward . . . 66,76,99 Riplev, Ronald 99 Ripley, Terry 76,99 Robbins, Betty 27,99 Robev, Donna 27,99 Rockwell, Patricia. . . 99 Rugg, Diane 99 Saar, Frances 27,99 Sacks, Sharon 27,30,33,99 Schncegas, Thomas. . 99 Schwaller, James 99 Sechler, Donald 99 Seelig, Martin 99 Shain, Judith 27,99 Sherman, Nancy 27,30,38,43,99 Shivelv, Pete 18.35.66,67,99 Shook, John 99 Showalter, Rusta 27,30,33,99 Shurr, Michael 99 Sievers, Jeffrey 35,99 Smith, Charles 101 Smutko, Marilyn 100 Stahl, Linda 27,30,33,43,100 Stalbaum, Elizabeth . . 27,37,42,101 Stevens, Glenda 100 Stevens, Peggy 27,38,46,100 Stockman, Nancy. . . . 27,38,100 Stowers, Judith 100 Sullivan, George 35,100 Sutherland, Gay 27,30,33,11X1 Swisher, Kathleen .... 27,33,43,45.100 Taylor, Gloria 100 Thompson, Ronald . 101 Tincher, Toby 27,30,43,100 Tomczak, Charles 100 Toming, Vendo 35,101 Topper, Thomas 101 Townsend, Rodney. . . 66,72,101 Trinosky, Paul 101 Urschel, Susan 27,33,101 Ellenbcrger, Greer. 27,30,32,33,36,38,48,107 Mitchell, Bennie. . 113 Villeneuve, Ronald 101 Evans, Patricia .... 27,38,48,107 Mohler, Judith 27,36,113 Villiaume, Susan 30,101 Ferguson, James . . 35,37,39,40,41,107 Monevpenny, Catherine 38,113 Vinikour, Allen ... 101 Fitch, Sharon . . .27,30,32,33,48,49,107 Montague, Joanne . 27,30,38,47,113 Vitoux, Terry 101 Fitzgerald, Mary Ellen. . . . 19,27,30,33,36,48 Montoney, Carolyn . 27,36,38,43,113 Vogt, Stephen 74,77,101 78,105,107 Morris, Jackie . .27,30,36,37,42,45,113 Walsh, Gregory . . . . 37,101 Follis, Linda . . .26,27,30,33,36,38,107 Murphy, Patrick . . . 48,67,69,113 Weber, Karin 27,30,101 Foncannon, Joe . . . .35,40,47,66,67,69,70,107 Murvihill, Frances . 27,30,33,38,114 Wermcrantz, Steven 35,95,101 Foreman, Richard 107 Murvihill, Patricia. 114 Wheele, Jody 101 Frailey, David .... 107 McDonald, Georganne. . . .27,30,33,36,38,43 White, Eileen 27,30,101 Froberg, Rogene . . 27,36,44,107 44,1 14 Whitler, Dan 35,66,67,101 Frogge, Charles . 40,67,69,108 McKean, Charles . 40,41,114 Williamson, Janet . . 27,30,33,43,44,46,47,101 Fry, Janice 27,30,33,36,38,108 Neal. Martha 27,30,36,43,44,114 Williamson, Sallv. . 27,33,78,101 Fryer, Judy 27,44,45,108 Nelson. Robert ... 40,66,70,1 14 Wilson, Harold . . . . 101 German, Arthur. . . 108 Nichols, Sharon . 114 Wilson, John 77,101 Goede, Philip 108 Olas, Diane 27,38,114 Wilson, Rosemary . 27,101 Good, Eugene 39,40,108 Oliver, Nancy 27.30,33,114 Witters, William . . . 39,40,101 Graebner, Robert . 45,108 Page, Eugene 114 SENIORS Graham, Robert 108 Parsons, Charles . . 35,46,66,67,69,114 Adamski, Roberta . . 27,30,32,33,43,102 Green, Martha ... 38,108 Partlow, Richard 114 Allison, Marian .... 43,44,102 Gunder, Carole . .27,30,32,33,38,43,108 Pedersen, Emil 114 Anderson, Alice. . . 38 Gutt, John 108 Pedersen, Roger. . . 114 Anderson, Jeffry . . . . 35,41,102 Haley, Cheryl . . .27,30,36,38,44,45,108 114 Anderson. Linda. . . . .27,30,33,36,38,47,102 Hallbcrg, Robert . . 108 27,38,47,115 Andresen, Harold . . 102 Hanchar, Cynthia . 27,30,33,38,108 115 Astrologes, Lawrence 40,66,74,102 Hathaway, Paul . . . 108 40,67,115 Auble, Ray 37,38,42,103 Hawkins, Margaret 27,30,33,43,109 35,46,66,67,69,115 Babcock, Richard 45,103 HefTernan, James . 35,66,69.109 66,67,69,115 Backus, Susan 27,30,33,43,44,48,49,103 Henderson, Sandrajean. . .27,30,32,33,38,109 Raber, Jamelyn . . . . 27,36,41,115 Barnett, Norma . . 103 Herron, David .... 42,109 Ranck, Tom 35,40,41,47,115 Bay, Joanne 27,38,47,103 Hill, Edwin 109 Randall, Barbara . . 27,30,33,38,41,115 Beach, Charlotte . 27,30,36,44,103 Hines, Richard . 109 Rhodes, Robert 115 Beach, Dennis 103 Hodsden, Donald . . 109 Ricketts, Larry 115 Benninghoff, Bruce 103 Hoeg, Dawn 27,37,38,109 Ripley, Jerry 66,70,115 Berg, Pamela 103 Holmgren, John . . . 109 Risto, Herbert 39,40,115 Bernard, David 38,103 Horak, Diane 109 Rohn, Karen 27,30,38,43,116 Rerndt, Charlene . . .27,30,32,33,36,38,103 Hough, Bonnie . . 27,30,38,109 Ronneau, John 35,116 Biernath, Gerda . 27,30,33,103 Howard, Roger . . . . 35,40,109 Rusch, Michael 116 Biggs, William 70,103 Huber, Charlotte . 110 Sabo, Millicent ... 27,30,33,38,116 Billings, Judith . . 103 Huber, Larry 35,45,110 Schroeder, Patricia 27,37,41,42,116 Boling, Ronald 66,67,69,103 Huff, Linda . . .27,30,33,38,46,78,110 Schuessler, Paul . . 41,67,69,116 Borger, Wanda .... 27,30,104 Hughart, Carol . . 27,38,110 Schultz, Susie 27,30,33,48,49,116 Bowlby, Daniel ... 104 Humphrey, Robert . 35,41,110 Schwanholt, Charles 35,40,41,45,74,1 16 Brajcki, Judith 38,104 Hurley, Patricia . . . . . .27,30.33,36,38,45,110 Seelig, Wyckham . , 40.66,67,69,74,116 Britton, Gerald . 104 Hygh, Richard . 110 Sells, Karlene 27,36,38,116 Broadhurst, Jeanette 38,104 Ihnat, William ... 110 Sexton, Sarah ... .27,38,43,44,116 38,104 no 1 16 104 Jameson, Paula . . . . 27,30,38,47,110 1 16 Burrus, David 77,104 Johnson, Suzanne. . . . . .27,29,30,33,43.44,46 Sievers, Sandra 116 Bush, Curtis 35,41,46,66,67,69,70,104 47,110 Sievers, William 35,116 104 27,30,33,36,38,1 10 117 Carmichael, Richard 104 Jones, Dan 66,73 74,1 10 Smith, Robert . . 66,76,117 Carmichael. William 46,72,104 Jones, Tim 110 SDruitenburg, Fiona 43,117 104 110 117 Cavan, James 35,41,104 Kahney, Dean 35,66,67,69,111 Stalbaum, Edith 27,37,42,117 Cavinder. Michael . 104 Kaltenback, Mary. 27,33,42,111 Stalbaum, Gerald . . 117 Chester, Dan 43,44,105 Kitchen, Robert . . 35,47,66,72,76,111 Stanton, Keith 66,67,117 Chester. James 39,105 Koepke, Marcia . . . . 18,19,27,29,30,33,43,48 Stephens, Gilbert . 117 Christy, Brian 105 49,111 Stinnett, Robert . . . 117 Claussen, Stephen 105 Krause, George .... 39,40,41,111 Stoltz, Sharvl 19,27,29,30,33,36,43,1 18 Colburn, Jerry 35,40,41,105 Krause, Susan .... 27,29,30,33,38,111 Stoner, John 35,66,67,69,118 Collings. Terry .... 39,42,105 Kroenke, Wayne . . . 45,47,111 Swisher, Robert . 45,118 Collins, Harley 46,48,66,67,69,73,74,105 Kyes, Judy 27,30,38,43,111 Taiclet, Charles. . . 118 Cool man, Clara . 27,29,30,33,36,43,44,105 Lambert, Sue 27,30,33,36,38,111 Tarner, Rose 118 Corcoran, Margaret 27,37,41,42,105 Lambert, Thomas. . . . .35,41,66,67,69,70,111 Telle, Richard 35,39,40,41,48,49,66,118 Crisman, Larry ... 106 Landgrebe, Donna . 27,38,111 Thorgren, Shervl . . . 48,49,1 18 Crum, Raymond 39,42,106 Lane, Larry 35,111 Tincher, Lonnie . . . 118 Davies, John 35,39,66,69,106 Larcom, Jeanette . 27,30,38,111 Van Asdall, Janice . 38,118 Davis, Carol 27,30,33,38,45,106 Lasko, James Ill Wagner, Patricia 19,26,27,30,33,38,43,118 Dayton, Mary Ellen .26,27,30,33,36,38,106 Lasko, Rita 37,111 Wallace, Olivia . . .19,27,30,33,38,78, 118 27,30,33,48,106 76,112 1 18 Decker, Caryn . . ' 27 30 j 06 Lawrence, Joann . 38 112 Webb, Virginia .... . . .27,30,36,38,41,44,1 18 Deckro, William . . . 106 Leets, Debra 27,38,45,47,112 Wehner, Marilyn . . 27,30,33.36,38,118 DeGrazia. Diane . . . . .19,26,27,30,33,48,106 Linton, Larry 112 Weichert, Richard 39,118 Doelling, Clarence 41,106 Lite, Elizabeth ... 27,30,38,112 West, Jerry 119 Dommer, James . . . 46,76,106 Long, Kathryn ... 112 Wheeler, Cheryl . . . 27,30,36,41.119 Dowd, Glenn 43,106 Ludington, Catherine 27,42,112 Wheeler, James . . 119 Dowd, Kenneth . . . . .35,43,66,67,69,70,106 Ludington, Marvin 113 Wieggel, Dave 35,66,67,69,119 Dresden, Jessie 27,33,38,106 Magid, Dennis ... 40,41,46,113 Will, Larry 35,66,67,69,119 Dye, Douglas 37,40,106 Mankin, Gilbert . . . 113 Williams, Dennis. 42,119 Dye, James 37,40,107 Marshall, Carole 38,113 Wilson, Jeffrev 35,119 Eades, Janice 38,107 Martin, Judith . . 27,33,113 Witters, Evan 66,1 19 Eckert, Janet 19,27,30,32,33,38,48,107, Meyerowitz, Barry . 40,41,113 Zulich. Michael . 39,40,119 Eder, Diann 27,30,107 Miller, Terry 113 Ehnes, F red 35,45,107 Miracle. Judy 27,38,43,113 124 - yearbooks L , cXiUf o 1 -
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