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Forest View High School class of '66 reunion PP presentation "Then and Now"

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  1. 1. WELCOME TO THE 43RD REUNION OF FOREST VIEW HIGH SCHOOL’S CLASS OF 1966
  2. 2. Forest View High School Class of 1966 43rd Reunion Friday July 17, 2009 Wyndham-O’Hare
  3. 3. PROGRAM 6:00 PM – 7:00 PM RECEPTION Open Bar Appetizers 7:00 PM GATHER IN THE DINING ROOM 7:15 pm WELCOME Bruce Werner Shari Worrell INVOCATION Louie Tosto SENIOR CLASS SONG REUNION COMMITTEE INTRODUCTION TABLE BLESSING Louie Tosto 7:30 PM DINNER Open Bar 9:00 PM SPEAKER John Courrtwright – Class Vice President 9:15 PM MEMORIAL SERVICE Louie Tosto Shari Worrell FOREST VIEW SCHOOL SONG BENEDICTION 9:30 – 11:00 pm DOOR PRIZE DRAWING DANCE, SOCIALIZING Tonight’s Music by DJ Express
  4. 4. FOREST VIEW HIGH SCHOOL CLASS OF 1966 SENIOR CLASS SONG No class ever could be better than the class of ‘66. Since we came, we’ve earned our name—Senior ‘66. No class made, has got a shade on Spirit of ‘66. I’ll tell ya’ why—You know I don’t lie—Not me! We come and go, always in the know, we’re Swingers ‘66 We lead the school and there ain’t no fools in Spirit of ‘66. Step aside—all of you, Senior Class is coming through. FV named us—Fame has claimed us—Class of “66! (Borrowed from Class of ‘65 and sung to “Sweet Georgia Brown.”)
  5. 5. InSandra Baikie Latuszek Me moriam Linda Christiansen Walker Fred DeFalco Jacque Djus William Farber Victor Giammarrusco Jorlyce Gunkel Wange Rick Henderson Howard Hientzelmeier Robert Hughes Kurt Koentopp Dennis Konieczski Ray Miller George Money Lorene Ott Ralph Perrigo John Pruneda Linda Vand der Vliet Shatwell William Schindler Dorothy Schultz Loughlin Melvin Sias George Smith Tony Stark Rudy Perez 2009
  6. 6. In Me moriam Victor Giammarrusco 2002
  7. 7. In Me moriam Sandra Baike Latuszek Linda Christiansen Walker 2008 Fred DeFalco Jacque Djus 1972
  8. 8. In Me moriam Jorlyce Gunkel Wange William Farber 2002 Rick Henderson (no picture available) Howard Hientzelmeier
  9. 9. In Me moriam Robert Hughes Kurt Koentopp Dennis Konieczski 2000 Ray Miller
  10. 10. In Me moriam Lorene Ott George Money 1965 Ralph Perrigo John Pruneda 1966
  11. 11. In Me moriam William Schindler Dorothy Schultz Loughlin George Smith Melvin Sias 1967
  12. 12. In Me moriam Tony Stark Rudy Perez 2009 Linda Van Der Vliet Shatwell 2004
  13. 13. Forest View High School SCHOOL SONG Forest View, our Forest View We will always remember you For the friends we have known these years For the laughter and the tears. For the goals achieved with pride Foes we've conquered side by side We'll remain forever true To our alma mater Forest View. (Fred Elliot, band director)
  14. 14. Forest View High School 2121 Goebert Road Arlington Heights, Illinois
  15. 15. Forest View High School FIGHT SONG Talk up the spirit Falcon spirit We're gonna win this game, Silver gold and black our colors We're proud to shout our name. Forest View High School You are my school I'll do my best for you. Falcon fly high Put your wing to the sky And bring victory to Forest View. (Fred Elliot, band director)
  16. 16. Then and Now
  17. 17. Then and Now Ken Andrews
  18. 18. Then Lynn Andreasen Freeman
  19. 19. Then and Now Cheryl Appleton Crates
  20. 20. Then Omar Aviles
  21. 21. Then Dennis Barfus
  22. 22. Then Tom Bartels
  23. 23. Then and Now Jim Baumgardt
  24. 24. THEN AND NOW LINDA BETCHNER MAGIERA
  25. 25. Then Jamee Blakely Strobel
  26. 26. Then and Now Chris Blomberg Clarke-Epstein
  27. 27. Then and Now Chuck Boesenberg
  28. 28. Then and Now Char Bowman Holbrook
  29. 29. Then and Now John Brennan
  30. 30. Then Suzie Brown Pedersen
  31. 31. Then and Now Jack Budz
  32. 32. Then Dennis Bulawa
  33. 33. Then and Now Gary Burlette
  34. 34. Then Diane Byrom Simon
  35. 35. THEN AND NOW SUSAN CHASE FELTON
  36. 36. THEN NEIL CHILDRESS
  37. 37. Then John Clevering
  38. 38. Then and Now Art Conforti
  39. 39. Then and Now John Courtwright
  40. 40. Then Chris Curry Hibbard
  41. 41. Then and Now Nordene Donarski Halloran
  42. 42. Then and Now Ken Dubs
  43. 43. Then and Now Bruce Dunker
  44. 44. Then and Now Joyce Ehlert Nichols
  45. 45. Then and Now Steve Eitzenhoefer
  46. 46. Then Garth Freeman
  47. 47. Then Bruce Gargano
  48. 48. Then Kathy Gersdorf
  49. 49. Then and Now Mike Gersie
  50. 50. Then and Now Peggy Gillespie Winghardh
  51. 51. Then and Now Bob Glaser
  52. 52. Then Jeff Grismer
  53. 53. THEN AND NOW SHARON HANSEN BREE
  54. 54. Then Sandy Hogle Gevurtz
  55. 55. Then John Horvath
  56. 56. Then and Now Bill HUGHES
  57. 57. Then and Now Cathi Hurley Beazley
  58. 58. Then Fred Isberner
  59. 59. Then and Now Susan Jacobsen D’Avanzo
  60. 60. Then and Now John Janett
  61. 61. Then and Now Betty Jo Johnson
  62. 62. THEN AND NOW Chuck Jubert
  63. 63. THEN AND NOW JIM KASZUBA
  64. 64. Then and Now Shari Kelley Worrell
  65. 65. Then and Now Alison Kisch Dedrick
  66. 66. THEN SUSAN KIVLEHAN SHERRITT
  67. 67. THEN AND NOW GARY KNUDSON
  68. 68. Then and Now Karyn Kozak
  69. 69. Then and Now Marcia Kratky Navinovich
  70. 70. Then and Now Kathy Kunze Turner
  71. 71. Then Keith Kutch
  72. 72. Then Brian Lampert
  73. 73. Then Bruce Lampert
  74. 74. Then Tom Larkin
  75. 75. Then and Now Mike Langston
  76. 76. Then and Now Ed Lauing
  77. 77. Then Steve Leider
  78. 78. THEN AND NOW Bob Mackey
  79. 79. THEN AND NOW KATHLEEN MADALINSKI MACKEY
  80. 80. Then Vicki Muehl Simone
  81. 81. Then Steve Mueller
  82. 82. THEN AND NOW JACKIE MUHR SWIDER
  83. 83. Then Mike Nolan
  84. 84. Then and Now John Norberg
  85. 85. Then and Now Darryl Oberg
  86. 86. THEN AND NOW LYDIA PARKINSON GREENE
  87. 87. Then and Now Jim Patenaude
  88. 88. THEN AND NOW SUE PAYNE
  89. 89. THEN AND NOW CHARLOTTE POULIS KEANE
  90. 90. Then Tom Rainey
  91. 91. Then Barbara Rectoris Hollow
  92. 92. Then and Now Dagmar Reimann Helgage
  93. 93. Then Alicia Salazar Maier
  94. 94. Then and Now Sue (Schwerin) Andrews
  95. 95. Then and Now Judie Siewenie Wells
  96. 96. Then Michael Sippel
  97. 97. Then and Now Louis Tosto
  98. 98. THEN AND NOW TERRY WABICH
  99. 99. THEN AND NOW PEGI WACHTEL STRMEL
  100. 100. Then Bob Walters
  101. 101. Then Ron Wayda
  102. 102. Then and Now Wendy Wegner Ribner
  103. 103. Then Suzanne Wesolek Hunter
  104. 104. Then and Now Bruce Werner
  105. 105. Then Jack White
  106. 106. Then and Now Richard Zapfel
  107. 107. OUR PRESENT LIVES
  108. 108. Peggy Gillespie Winghard and her husband, Chris at their daughter Sandra’s Wedding
  109. 109. Betty Jo Johnson and husband
  110. 110. Bob and Kathy Mackey and grandchildren
  111. 111. Shari Kelley Worrell Active in many groups
  112. 112. Karyn Kozak and Bob Glaser
  113. 113. Dagmar Reimann Helgager and husband
  114. 114. Gary Burlette and wife Kathleen (Turcotte) ‘67
  115. 115. Jim and Linda (Schira –’67) Patenaude
  116. 116. Wendy Wegner Riber with husband Kris, two of their sons and daughter-in-laws
  117. 117. Hip Teacher
  118. 118. Steve and Tanya Eitzenhoefer
  119. 119. Suzanne Wesolek Hunter and husband Frank
  120. 120. JUDI SIEWENIE The Skater
  121. 121. LINDA BETCHNER MAGIERA AND FAMILY
  122. 122. Sue (Schwerin) and Ken Andrews
  123. 123. JIM, KERRI AND CLARE KASZUBA
  124. 124. FATHER LOUIE
  125. 125. LYDIA PARKINSON AND FRIEND
  126. 126. JACKIE MUHR SWIDER AND GRANDCHILD
  127. 127. BRUCE WERNER AND DAUGHTER JACKIE
  128. 128. KEN DUBBS WITH GRANDSON
  129. 129. Cathy Hurley Beazley and husband
  130. 130. SUSAN KIVLEHAN SHERRITT AND FAMILY
  131. 131. Jim and Sharon Baumgardt with their son Ty and his wife Trish
  132. 132. GARY KNUDSON WITH SONS
  133. 133. LIFE AT FOREST VIEW HIGH SCHOOL
  134. 134. IS THIS WHAT THEY WERE TEACHING BACK IN THE DAY?
  135. 135. Peggy Gillespie Winghard and class of ‘64 Leslie Scharf and Mary Willie
  136. 136. JIM MORONI
  137. 137. Can you guess who this is?
  138. 138. TYPING CLASS BILL HUGHES, ALISON KISCH, KEVIN LOUCKS
  139. 139. JIM BAUMGART AND STEVE MUELLER
  140. 140. Jim Moroni, Bob, Mike, Tom Johnson, Bill Hughes and Naoki Saito
  141. 141. JACK BUDZ, LARRY RAUTENKRANZ, BRUCE LAMPERT
  142. 142. FALL FESTIVAL ‘65 LINDA MEYERS, LANA PASLEY, KATHY HURLEY, MARY KENNEDY, KAY HESTER
  143. 143. FALL FESTIVAL ’65 JUDIE SIEWENIE AND PENNY SODERBERG
  144. 144. JUNIOR PROM AND TRIP
  145. 145. SENIOR PROM JUDIE SIEWENIE
  146. 146. Senior Prom
  147. 147. CLASS OF ’66 EXTRA CURRICULAR ACTIVITIES
  148. 148. THE CELLAR TEEN DANCE CLUB • Located in Arlington Heights, Illinois, The Cellar teen dance club provided consistently good live musical entertainment in the 1960s. Founded in 1964 by Paul Sampson (a local record store owner who later became a music promoter and manager), this music venue primarily featured Rock and Roll music acts, although some Blues acts performed as well. Originally begun in the basement of the former St. Peter's Church administration building (hence its moniker), it moved to an unused warehouse on Davis Street, along the Chicago and Northwestern railroad tracks. It closed in 1970 [1]. • The Cellar became a notable venue for several reasons. Most importantly, it provided teenagers from the region with a place to congregate and to dance. • It was also notable because of its talented regional house / repeat bands, such as: the Shadows of Knight, The Mauds, H.P. Lovecraft [2] , Saturday's Children, Ted Nugent[3] [with the] Amboy Dukes, The Huns, The Other Half[4], and Little Boy Blues [5]. • Additionally, given the its modest warehouse venue in a northwestern suburb of Chicago, The Cellar proved to be truly remarkable because of the extraordinary national and international Rock acts that also made appearances there, such as: • The Who [6] [7] , The Cream [8] , The Byrds [9], Buffalo Springfield [10] , and The Spencer Davis Group[11]
  149. 149. SHADOWS OF KNIGHT
  150. 150. OUR PLACE TO MEET AND CRUISE
  151. 151. Cruisin’ at Mickey D’s after Young Life
  152. 152. SPORTS
  153. 153. Cheerleaders Cindy Boddy, Meredyth Buckholz, Kim Garrity, Cathy Hurley, Lana Pasley and Laurie Barish
  154. 154. GYMNASTICS
  155. 155. Girls Senior Leaders
  156. 156. WRESTLING BRIAN LAMPERT
  157. 157. COACHES SCOTT AND OHL
  158. 158. Girls Tennis Team
  159. 159. CHUCK BOESENBERG, PAT DUNNIGAN, JERRY ADAMS, JIM KUBIK, MIKE SEVERNS, JIM BAUMGART
  160. 160. YOUNG LIFE WAS A MAJOR PART OF MANY OF OUR LIVES
  161. 161. Young Life Camp Frontier Ranch, Colorado 1965
  162. 162. Young Life Frontier Camp Colorado, 1965
  163. 163. Young Life Frontier Camp Colorado, 1965
  164. 164. Young Life Frontier Camp Colorado, 1965
  165. 165. Young Life Frontier Camp Colorado, 1965
  166. 166. Young Life Frontier Camp Colorado, 1965
  167. 167. Young Life Frontier Camp Colorado, 1965
  168. 168. Young Life Frontier Camp Colorado, 1965
  169. 169. Young Life Frontier Camp Colorado, 1965
  170. 170. Young Life Frontier Camp Colorado, 1965
  171. 171. Young Life Frontier Camp Colorado, 1965
  172. 172. Young Life Frontier Camp Colorado, 1965
  173. 173. Young Life Camp Castaway Minnesota, 1965
  174. 174. GRADUATION 1966
  175. 175. GRADUATION 1966
  176. 176. Salutatorian and Valedictorian

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