Memories from High School

Senior Awards

BEST DRESSED BOY

Jim Hauerwas

 

BEST DRESSED GIRL

Barb Bachand

 

ROMERO AND JULIET

Debbie Charney and Brad Gleason

 

MR. ATLAS

Dale Polster

 

MISS ATLAS

Barb Grueschow

CLASS BRAIN

Lynn Esch

 

CLASS HARD GUY

Pat Francis

 

CLASS JESTER

Jeff Cayne

 

CLASS FLIRT

Sandy Zimmerman

 

CLASS CASANOVA

Ken Tehan

 

BEST FEMALE ATHLETE

Jackie Kreel

 

BEST MALE ATHLETE

Scott Stridde

 

BEST PAIR OF LEGS

Mike Hallman

 

MOST POPULAR GIRL

Debbie Malak

 

MOST POPULAR BOY

Daryl Greatinger

 

RIP VAN WINKLE

Dave Johnson

 

CLASS BULL THROWER

Dario Brisighella

 

BOY MOST LIKELY TO SUCCEED

Ken Pamperin

 

GIRL MOST LIKELY TO SUCCEED

Nancy Grode

 

CLASS ARCHIE BUNKER

Dan Henry

 

INTERNATIONAL FRIENDSHIP

Piru Ciampi

Seniors Give Advice

Sue McCoy

Enjoy our last years here but don't forget about the studying. Think your future out for yourself and don't let people push you into college if that's not what you want.

 

Chris Williams

Hang in there! Keep the faith! Make decisions and stick to them, for decisiveness is the mark of an adult

 

Jan Lemmer

You're in high school only once, so get more involved; be active in school and outside activities. 

 

Sandy Zimmerman

Study and learn for your own benefit, not just for the sake of pleasing others or for a good report card. 

 

Dean Honadel

Stick it out; you only have a few years left. If society wants you to go through this school, you may as well because a high school graduation is pretty important in our lives

 

Rita Demby

Be concerned with your grades; go to school to learn something, not to show off or see how popular you can become

 

Kathy Slamka

Watch our for Miss Jeske's hurdles. (If you don't have a medical excuse by then, you'll get one"

 

Paula Pitchford

It's time to stop being a class in a building. It's time to become a school. There is too much competition in classes and it's time for it to end.

Kathy Heidtke

Try to get rid of cliques and work for the good of the entire student body.

 

Carolyn Nesseth

Colleges are very fussy, so keep your grades high. But most important, keep your absences low. Not just for college entrance, but for working.

 

Amy Dorn

Have confidence in yourself.

 

Gail Arsend

Get involved! So may seniors I talk with are saying how much they wish that they had gotten into everything. You're only in school for four years. Have a good time.

 

Mark Teloh

Decide what you are going to do now. Priying might help; but sudying will help more

 

Jim Scholtz

You get out of it only what you put in and no more

 

Gay Przanowski

Take better care of school property

 

Scott Martain

Study and pay attention.

 

Debbie Garbe

Make the best of your remaining years in school, for before you know it, they'll be gone.

 

Debbie Brodzeller

Don't drop out and don't make trouble. Just do well so you can graduate.

 

Rob Porter

Get your diploma! Even though it may not seem important now, later it will probably mean a lot. When I went down to enlist, they wanted to know whether I have was was going to graduate.

Post-Graduation Plans

Bob Dostalek

Two years at MATC, then a few more years at a different college. The area: acrchitecture

 

Patti Pacquin

I will attend Oshkosh majoring in English or history. I will become a teacher.

 

Greg Burgey

Joing the Coast Guard on July 10. Before that, have a good time.

 

Donna Fucile

Go to Barber School at MATC

 

Debbie White

I would like to get a job as a dental assistant

 

Doug Edwards

Going into the Army to become a machinist

 

Jay Fewless

Work! Work! Work!

 

Tom Lewandowski

Major in Business Administration or Marketing at Whitewater

 

Dave Daugherty

Attend WSU-Platteville

 

Jim Homolka

I plan to go to college for six years for a doctorate in math and science and architecture

David HIntze

Hang loose for a while and take it as it comes. 

 

Mark Christensen

Work for a year and then join the Air Force ROTC

 

Gregg Pasky

To go into a technical school for two year and then move into an apprenticeship

 

Bill Bauer

Enter the military

 

Sue Bush

College part time; work part time.

 

Mark Lutz

Join the Navy, reporting on August 25. Make a career of the Navy

 

Mel Buchholz

Play baseball. Maybe own a filling station. Who knows?

 

Terri Pankaratz

Work and save money

 

Robin Rogowski

Go into the army, most likely and see some of the world.

 

Marge Jolitz

I hope to go on and become a nurse

 

Virginia Weller

I'm going to Whitewater U

 

Debbie Charney

Go to college and become a teacher

 

Russ Bukovic

Look around, try and find a job; but ideally, try to be self-employed

Suggestions to Improve OCHS

Pam Joncas

Teachers should be more open minded and stop picking favorites. When kids are bad and you have conflicts with them, give them a chance. We know you're not perfect, but why flunk a kid cause he doesn't meet standards set by you. Quit giving credit to the brains. Start an effort honor roll. The students should open their minds too!

 

Wanda Hills

Have more subjects students can choose from.

 

Toni Trezeniewski

The rules shouldn't be so strict

 

Diana Fons

All in all, OCHS is okay the way it is

 

Lynn Esch

I would like to see modular scheduling here. This is a great system wich would allow the students much more freedom.

Deborah Wulf

Be more liberal in the way students are treated. The last years o high school should prepare you for whatever you plan to do. Kids are not learning to be responsible because theay have to follow the same rules they did in junior high.

 

Craig Hetzel

Have an open lunch hour and an open campus

 

John Rogers

Senionr classes should be made more interesting

 

Tom Lepak

Have a Student Union

 

Doug Faulkner

To the faculty: Work on a more personal and informal relationship with yourself and your students.