|Glenwood High School - Class of 1976|
Aries school newspaper-senior edition
Here are some excerpts from the May of 1976 edition. Sit back, relax and inhale deeply the faint scent of mimeograph paper.
Class Colors: Green and Yellow
Motto: “We shall not forget our past, but use it as a key to open the doors to our future.”
There will be 107 students graduating out of the Class of 1976
Graduation. It’s hard to believe that the seniors are really going to be graduating. It doesn’t seem long ago that they first came to G.C.H.S. The friends they’ve made during their first years have been the ones that have meant the most to them. We have all shared many happy times together, and with each passing year they’ve added more memories to recall with pleasure and nostalgia.
After graduation they will go their separate ways, perhaps never to see many of their friends again for years.
Therefore, it is important to realize the many friends that one does have and to value those friendships.
They will be making many new friends but the SENIOR CLASS OF ’76 will always mean something special to us.
(This was actually written in 1976..who knew)
Staci W.: Being with people that have a good sense of humor and that like to cause trouble.
Vickie J.: Being a senior, my last year!
Julie N.: Riding around with Hopp! And also causing trouble.
Crystal H.: Riding around with Nixon and causing more trouble.
Patty N.: Terrorizing the square with Sandy.
Jeff G.: My lunch breaks with some of the work-study students.
Wendell H.: Doing anything I want and not giving a damn!
Marcia J.: The thought that we don’t have to come back next year.
Mike K.: Raising a little _ _ _ _!
Geri H.: Working
Joni L.: From January 9th on.
Stacy A.: Knowing I get to get out before the sophomores and juniors.
Neil H.: raising _ _ _ _!
Charles L.: Freedom
Keith H.: To be able to be burnt in school.
Dean S.: Getting out!
Duane O.: Nothing.
Jane H.: Knowing it’s my last year.
Sherri M.: Snow days!
Terri M.: When Dick came to school.
Kevin Y.: The pot.
Mark O.: Nothing
Burk A: Going to Mr. Jackson’s work-study.
Chuck C.: seeing how many dumb things I can do without being caught.
Mark M.: Having J.G. call me a pervert.
Bill B.: The end of it.
Joe B.: Seeing what I can get away with and not caring.
Scott K.: Graduating.
Karen R.: Goofing around and having a good time, also not having to worry about grades.
Louann M.: Knowing that it’s your last year in school and being able to spent it with friends
Melissa S.: Counting the days until I get out.
Randy B.: Seeing strange things.
Susan P.: It’s your last year!
Phillip S.: Enjoy getting good grades.
Doug H.: Doing anything you want because you’re a SENIOR!
Jim P.: Not anything
Larry L.: Listening to Pat G. babble endlessly about nothing.
Jeff E.: Being a member of the superior class.
Daniel N.: Telling Hunt secrets.
Patti B.: Not being here
Leanne K.: The weekends
Tim M.: The excitement of almost being in college.
Lisa P.: Not being here
Vonnie G.: Sitting next to Kathy V. in band.
Vernon B.: Being sure you’ll get out for sure in the spring.
Jacque Y.: Being less concerned at what I do.
Steve H. : Fine Arts Night
Kim P.: Nothing really
Anthony B.: The KAT!
Greg S.: Running the mile in my underwear!
Bill T.: Being my last year.
Phil S.: Getting my diploma at the end of the year.
Mike S.: Skipping
Jim P.: The Holidays
Debbie K.: Bossing the other underclassmen around.
Sheryl R.: Getting out.
Dan K.: Not going to afternoon classes.
Anita V.: Passing your history class to graduate.
Mark M.: Not having to do very much of anything.
Terry P.: Just being a senior.
Leann C.: Finding out you don’t have to do nothing!
Teresa M.: Only going half the day.
Ed W.: Being my last year in high school.
Patti H.: Graduating
Mike C.: Not being married.
Roxanne H.: Going to work.
Bryan M.: The Art Department.
Mickey A.: The play M.A.S.H.
Bob S.: Getting out
Mike B.: Raising _ _ _ _!
Tom H.: The puny sophomores.
Cindy G.: Only going half the day.
Ron P.: Having Seniority!
Roger R.: Senior Skip Day
Chris P.: Playing cards in second period study hall.
Mark J.: The senior parties.
Melodye R.: The week before and after state wrestling.
Laurie M.: It would be your last year.
Dennis F.: Graduating
Ken D.: Being taller than everybody else.
Carleen G.: Just being around my friends.
Pat G.: Nothing in particular
David G.: Knowing that I’ll get to go to the marines.
John Y.: Watching the patio dry up after it’s rained.
Jose Alvarez: Tennis Champion of the World
Burk Anglin: Owner of a Laundromat
Stacy Anglin: A Nun?
Anthony Barton: Owner of a cat store
Joe Bussey: King of Candy World
Ken Doocy: Maytag repairman
Dana Crouch: A go-go dancer
Chuck Coffey: Owner of the Butternut Corporation
Jeff Evans: A kneecap washer
Scott Kruse: A painter
Mike Kent: A mortician
Jeff Goos: Psychiatrist
Geri Hindman: Secretary
Vonnie Grudle: An opera singer
Joni LeFever: A bubble gum taste tester
Teresa McGinnis: All-American mother
Laurie Maiers: Miss USA
Mark Osler: Roach farmer
Daniel Nutting: Director of porno flicks
Melodye Rohrberg: A cheerleader
Calvin Weber: A typing teacher
Phil Stinard: President of the US
Greg Stoppel: Mile runner
Wendell Hunt: A soap opera star
Mike Carlson: Owner of Pizza Hut in Malvern
Pat Ginavan: Marriage counselor
Scott Kisby: War hero
Mark Jones: Mad scientist
Ron Palmquist: Rock singer
Chris Pazderka: Switchboard operator
Evie Phillips: The time that Mark Jones decided to become a poet.
Cindy Lindstrom: The time Greg Stoppel ran the mile in his underwear.
Dan Pazderka: The time Keith Hansen wrecked his car.
Deanne Lincoln: The times in Publications when Calvin Weber got blamed for talking when most of the time it was Evie and I.
Shelley Young: The time Keith Hansen’s pants ripped at the dance after the play.
Betty Hindman: The time Mark Jones’ locker was sabotaged.
Cheryl Ginavan: The time Jeff Evans mooned the whole square.
Daryl Hartley: The time Jeff Goos dropped his drive shaft going 140 MPH!
Jeanette Djureen: The time both Calvin and I farted at the same time.
Steve Wignall: The time Keith Hansen put his hand through the window.
Steve Jacobsen: The 4-play between Brian Miller and Julie Mingo
Joanna Osler: The time Leanne Carlson shot Genelle Sieck in the behind with an arrow.
Carla Hansen: When Keith moved away from home.
Lorraine Lundy: The time I helped Marsha Johnston and John Delashmutt get back together
Kerri Kulbum: The time Steve Henry directed the band.
The following students have been in the Glenwood school system since first grade:
Being around friends
Getting to school at 8:35
To Phillip and Steve it meant the honor roll with schemes along the way
To Mike C., it was nothing more than just a skipping day
To Gary M., it meant sports and girls and cutting up in class
To Kent it was seeing how many girls to whom he could make a pass
To Melodye, it was happy times and watching all the boys
To Anthony, it meant being frivolous and making lots of noise
To Nixon, it was lots of giggles and lots of funny laughs
To Crystal, it was yearbook staff and taking photographs
To Mike S., it was cattle and taking FFA
To Teresa, it was being coach while in the Junior play
To Dean S., it was something extra added-being married
And Jacque will never forget all the books she had to carry
To Chuck, it meant discovering what Algebra is all about
To Burke, well he just couldn't wait until the time that school was out
To Laurie, it meant being Homecoming queen and having lots of fun
And Keith created arguments which of course he always won
To Sherri and Terri, it meant always being stereotyped as 'a twin'
To Doug, it was the same routine over and over again
To Bryan, it was being the best artist of all
To Rich, it meant wishing that he were really tall
To Todd, it was having a Caprice while striving for a Corvette
To Mark, it meant acting up with his ever-present wit
To Karen, it was being engaged and playing in the band
To Larry, it was walking with Kris down the hall
And Bussey was quiet and solemn (ha!) but really a demon a heart
And you think you've seen the last of us but this is just the start!
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