Anderson High School - Andersonian Yearbook (Cincinnati, OH)

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Say "Anderson, M and a flood of confusing emotions rushes forward. To those who return, it is still vital and distinct, the biggest thing in life for yet another year. To those who have left, the word brings into view a gay kaleidoscope of swirling names and faces, ideas and moods. Slowly, deliberately, the glittering fragments fall into mean- ingful pictures. They form a varied parade of which each part recreates a different mood, perhaps the mood of. . . 21 happy girl just crowned Home coming ueen Each student at Anderson has a place and is a part ofthe large picture. Each is an individual and is treated as such. Students are the lifeblood of Ander- son and are fortunate enough to realize it. Learning is an important process and ample oppor- tunities for learning are available in every field. Home economics, industrial arts, lab. experience, college preparatory courses, and art, all are includ- ed in the kaleidoscope of studies. Learning experiences vary from. . . Lectures. . .to labs, discussions, - Q E '- Lwfkv - 'M Qvwf 1 - - . ,A ai' MAR? ' 1 8 555553 was H 'gif 1 1' fi' ,kg f 'X-'fi ' fy X 5: and cramming ,-'J s,EegQeeQf,5psve44i ,pi-if Rehearsal pays off 10 Anderson provides another kaleidoscope - that of extra-curricular and non-academic activities. Patterns created by the various sports form the larg- est part ofthis kaleidoscope. School and the football season open with the cry of Beat the Rockets' Swimming and basketball are important at Ander- son, too, along with track, baseball, golf, and ten- ms. A variety of activities offer other areas of participa- tion. There are nearly twenty-five clubs, with inter- ests ranging from Red Cross to Pep Club. Most of the dances that so many students enjoy are spon- sored bythe clubs or Student Council. Opportunity for the expression of dramatic talent is not neglected. The Senior Class Play, the annual musical, dramatics contest, and the junior Class Play give opportunities for all the future Barry- mores at Anderson to show their talent. Happiness . . . one p phase of Andersonas personality W Depression before the final triumph. . . Every activity, whether music, sports, bottle drives, or exams, has a point ofexhaustion. Endless re- hearsals, practice every night, and cramming bring a feeling that all is lost. The hnal practice . . . the play wonlt work! Another all-day dress rehearsal . . . the lines are still balkyl At that point of despair, we take oil our shoes, put our heads in our hands, and finally drift into a Nirvana. When all is said and done, victory is ours . . , we win the game, re- ceive a standing ovation, or do better than we had hoped on that mid-term exam. 14 fg ,f , -A-if Hvfsm., fsngym ,. W wt url! gpnlw ffl, . :.: A g 'l Lie! 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Unix' Boclmer, Bopp, lloggettc. lfostcr, lfrerking. Her- say, Wileomlu, Wlmoclriillf Roux' Ylzrwr Darnell, Gilvlirisl, Gruy. Nlzirsligill. ring, Kelly. lfrm' Two: Ludwig, Nlzislowski. Nlcllirren, Miller. Nliltz, Mon- Meyer. Nuetzel. Potischrniclt, Riley, Merit Finalists Perhaps the most brilliant scholars in the school are discovered in the race for the National Merit Schol- arship. The National Merit Scholarship Qualifying Test is given each year to members ofthejunior Class. After long months, the results arrive in Mr. Allread's office where anxious eyes peruse the scores. A few fortunate people are lucky enough to be placed in the top one per cent of all juniors tak- ing the test, and are then considered Semi-Finalists. After further qualifications have been checked, a small percentage of these students become Finalists. This year, Anderson is proud to have four National Merit Finalists in its ranks. Scholarship Team Row Om: Johnson, Hanni, Hinton, Siedentopf. Steele, Kaufmann, Boyd. Row Tum: Wilson, Noble, Lainhart, Beer, Wilkins, fVlcFlhancy, Row Tlzree: Riley. Pusack, Harris, Wright, Shakley, Gilchrist. Corblv. Row l'iozn'.' Harder, Nuetzel, Weber, Lammers, Cuddcbzlck, Stankus. lfozxf Fzizxm Varney, Richards. Brown, Strurhers, Tonnies, Hayes, Doggctte. me fn wr Maw. at 2 Karl: .A - l ff L, S' A I rut: +5 , 2 at Scholarship Keys Signify Academic Excellence SILVER. .S'enz'or.s'.' Bopp, Foster, Frerking Fromm, Kelly, Ludwig, Maslowski, NlcFarrenZ Miller, Miltz, Xlonsey, Richardson, Rollins, C. Shakley, W'hisner, vVO0ClI4L1Hl..fU7ZZ'0I'.Y.' Beer, Beers Boyd, Carter, Darnell, Emmert, Gilchrist, Cray Hanni, Harris, Roger, Lockard, Xlarshall McWilliams, Nleyer, Muller, Nlurphy, Neutzel, Fi Pottschmidt, Reiman, Riley, Russ, Scott, Specht Stevens, Stoepel, Struthers, W. Sullivan, Townsley VanNess, Woolrich, W'orth, Wright. BRONZE SUlZf07'.S'.' Nl, Behrmann, Decker, Emmich, Hahn Hartke, Hermann, Hodge, C. Johnson, Ko man . PP l,avery, Luecke, Maday, lNlarZ, Myers, Pfaff, Tay- lor, Troutman, Wegelin, Weis, Wilkins, WVolf, GOLD KEYS: Row One: Lipe, Lewis, Herring, Pusack, Tischhein, Pfitzenmaier. Row Two: Mackenthun, NIrCollum, Smith, Wilcomb. Row W'ymer.f1mz'or.s.' Chandler, Corken, Dahlheimer Dunn, Blslager, Haller, Hayes, Loescher, Mala ney, XlcCann, Oliver, Paddock, Robertson, Simme link, Sinclair, Stacy, Vogely, Wettstein, Yerino .S'n,!1hfmzm'es: Adams, Anderson, Ayer, A. Behrm ann, Bocsherz, Borman, Brown, Bueg, Chestcr V. Corbly,,I. Corbly, DeSalvo, Drake, Elliott Fairchild, Fletcher, Funke, Hall, Hayes, Hicks, Hinton, Kaps, Kaufman, Koreman, Lainhart, Lammers, R. Maday, D. Martin, McDaniel, D. Miller, W. Miller, Muhlburger, Proske, Pusack, Richey, T. Shakley, Siedentopf, Spriggs, Stankus, Steele, Tiettrneyer, Troutman, Walters, Weber, Whitesides, Wright, Young, Zinga. Three: Doggette, Butler, Bodmer, Hayes, Cudde- hack. lizxrlmzlm Pllilllli !.wf.l11fiw'w11 .Sufwfuz Ylfwfnzl ffffllllflf lflum Smirh l11f!.l11rll1w11 CQvr11'gCliml1 ,S'f144'lV11m ,Mlm lllxl' Top Students Gain Various Scholarships john clL1ClilI'lJllL'li U11lx'!z1ml1f1g .SVUIZIHV ,Sjwcfriznz Linda Frvrking Illllzzmz .ll. fllfflf lizxrcn FIYTIIIIII .llmmz Umm! Maureen clilllZlU Ifnfzzufz Club Cfliilorfl lluyvs .llzamz Gmfzf Inner Hodge lx'z'wmzz.v Voualmmzl lieth Kelly llmfffz Cfrlzwn' Linda licvppman flllfJ7ly77LUllA Robert Luclwig l5'fm.l felis fffub Patricia Mu-Clollum l"l'U Susan X I ycrs IVYLI Zcstu Pflxll' lx'zi1'zmz.x' Xlariannc Phtzenlnzlicr l - I amz lN'nndn l'1'lc'e l'YQ-l Vmvzlzurzaf Robert Svlmctllcer PYQ-l Ivtlbflflllllllf Gayle Shzxklcy fflrlss qf N100 Gilbert Slzxgnuro lflilul 'lhomas vl'ilYlOf .llmrm flrfnzl Linda lN'ilson fill .Iudy xY0f7flI'LlHl Liu' Kfflzfw Mr. Titus sunimarifvs 1966-Cf svhuoi year. Various banquet ilvlivities. Senior Banquet, Bermuda 8 MM!- L Q Cliimldebzick and Class Uziy cast honor' Mrs. Harris. faikh i ,Y . , 'Wm K fi ww: Reporters Olten. Shakley. Gibson. Luclwig, NI4'l"11r'ren. Mason interview ve- iCibI'ily' Wolff ay, Class Day 'fypirzxl BCIKIIHICIII lim' svemrx Newesl illd mlvlf'nrmx'dinq. NYyn1er, Biddle Y Yuz1'H.Yez'er IValk Alone. Wbuld you believe Ihcr6's "No ketchup 25 ivki IAC'XX'iS.41,I'i1dllZ1IC.lJCLiINSXXiI1lIJI'iClC. W'ill IMPQQCIICI4Cl'T1iI'liSCCSK'UIll'0I'IliI1QINOCICTII math lwfkzrzg 1'Vn'i."a1zvl Iwyqjolmn Cludclcback. 3 th Annual Commencement une 8 196 The thirtv-seventh annual Clomnieneement eele- hrated the graduation of two-hundred and eighty- hve seniors from their home awav from home. An- derson Senior High School. Among the honors eol- leeted have heen four National Merit Finalist Cler- tiheates. eighteen gold kevs. and over lortv-live eol- lege and voeational scholarships. Seniors have ex- celled in math, seienee, English, and art. All these talents have led to the aeeeptanee of niernhers of the class hv over eightv-three institutions olhigher learning. Xlemhers olillass ol 196' listen attmntivclv to pit diciions ol l tme ind gloiv ,Nw t Pamela Aarant Stephen Michael Althaus Nancy Sue Armstrong James K. Ashley Edwin Ayres Linda Marie Ayres Candice .joan Balmos Barbara Baysinger Patricia Ann Beatty Michael Mitts Behrm Linda Berry HHH Robert W'oodall Biddle Janice Lee Biller Stevenjay Board George Ray Bodmer Nlary Lou Bolce Richard Lee Bopp Jacqueline Bray Constance Breuer janet Louise Bridges Class of 1967 Looks Forward B'1rbar'1 L Broerman to .Idhn Brokamp Robert Paul Brooks Ioyce Darlene Burbage Ronald Warren Butler Craig Scot Campbell Jorge Caparros Daniel james Caruso Tyler Cleveland Clark Maureen A. Connelly 'Ni - h' inuAs ' 051511121153 hi-uaiuun Allreadr Xlilrzz "You can get in despite your 300 total on the l 29 Spencer Charles Cotton Robert Lee Cox CLASS OFFICERS: Bruce Schingledecker, Pres. Barry Nlarz, Vice-President Nancy Armstrong, Secretary Barbara Henshaw, Treasurer CLASS FLOWER: Li ly-of-the-Va l ley CLASS COLORS: Kelly Green and Cold CLASS MOTTO: MHe that shortens the road to knowledge lengthens life." l il 30 Seniors Provide Class Leadership Patricia A. Craycraft ohn K. Cuddehack Danielllames Curran Ierry C. Dardeen Genevieve Davidson Randall K. Deck David Edward Decker Sharon Nlay Dennler Delores L. Doench Linda Joy Doerr William T. Doggette William Donald Dwyer Grover T. Ellis Allison Sue Emery Linda L. Emmich Gary Kermit Figart David Alvin Fish Raymondklohn Flake, J Richard Russell Forg Barbara C. Foster Virginia Kay Fouch Linda Ruth Frerking Ronald Lewis Friend Karen Leona Fromm jean Ann Fronk Gregg Andrew Fusaro Jeanne M. Gatian .lan Ellen Gibson Io Ann Godbv . 1 Valerie Ann Gramm Sandra Lee Grillis Mark William Griner Sandra Jayne Haeger Douglas Allen Hahn David-Iames Hall Sheryl Lynn Hall Linda Carol Hanson Linda Lee Hart Daniel Wayne Hatfield Ierry Nlartin Hathorn Seniorf l iss xx as honored to hai e IN o loreign students orgef ap lrros lrom Sp un and Lourrle5 I lske from Brazil. Foreign Students Exchange Cultures Barbara S. Henshaw Kathy L. Hensley Dwightjoseph Herald Mickey Hermann Maureen Frances Herring Richard A. Hittinger Janet Rae Hodge Richard C. Holder Clifford Taylor Hayes Craig M. Heneveld Jerome C. Hornseherneier james P. Howell Connie Sue Hubbard Herbert Lewis Hudson Louise Ruth Hylton Christina Ljohnson Cynthia Ann johnson Stephen C. Johnson 33 Seniors Are First in Susan Carolxlohnson S ' - Leslie Donald jones Plflt Ann Kaldmo Beth Anne Kelly James Kessinger Cathy Lynne Kiefel Linda Ellen Koppman Deborah Jane LaFontaine Lynda L. Latham Ellen C. Lavery Michael G. Laycock Carol Jean Lehman Michael Leroy Lemon Lynn Louise Lewis Vicki Lee Lewis Fred Ray Likes Marianne Karen Lion Gretchen Maria Lipe 34 Donna Kit Long Deborah Longhauser Robert William Ludwig Kandace Sue Luecke Richard Easton Lyle Larry William Macke Kenneth Mackenthun Judith Lynne Maday Ronald B. Malaney Linda Marie Marsh Caroljane Martin Gary Scott Martin Noreen M. Martin d uTh Barry Lee Marz David Maslowski Stephen Maslowski David john Mason James Harold Mathews William P. Maynard Morton Fehl McArthur Patty Jane McCollum Patrick McCourt David Lloyd McFarren Margaret A. McLaughlin Donald G. Meinshausen John Robert Meister William Thomas Melia Kathy Ethel Metz Cynthia Miller Donald G. Miller Tina M. Miller Karen Lee Miltz Russell R. Mims Seniors Murder Judy Ellen Monsey Leonard John Nlonsey . . . Bruce does his share. Mary Ann Moore john G. Moriconi Victoria Jean Moss Dennis Michael Murphy Ronald Lee Murphy Susan jane Myers Mark Timothy Neibert Robert Charles Nelson 37 Newcomer Mims learns Anderson's traditions quiekly. 38 Sandra Ann Nerl Edna Luzetta Newman James William Nienaber Naneyjane Noell Irene Lucia Nowak Bonnie Lou O,Connor Albert George Otten William Everett Owen Pamela Knox Paddock Jeanne Karen Palm Vicki Lynne Palmisano Kenneth Pennington Seniors Take Time Out for Snooze John Charles Pfau Marianne Pfitzenmaier Gregory Paul Pond Wanda Lee Price Dale Lee Pullum Barbara Lucy Pusack Melody Anne Ramey Thomas Blaine Rainier Douglas William Reed Richard John Reed, jr. Roy Thomas Reeves Paula Louise Reuscher Marcia Marie Richardson Frank Bentley Ricketts Ronald William Ringler Paul William Roberts Thomas Lee Pennington Cynthia Diane Petersman l K 39 c It xi an dS pl g mippn Seniors Excel in Ronald Dean Rogers y. Nelle Carolyn Rollins Douglas S. Rothwell Cynthia Sue Sanders Francis Paul Saraceno William Henry Schilling Bruce E. Schingledecker Robert Schoettker G. William Schulzhlr. Barbara Ann Scott Paul Edward Seibel Gayle Judith Shakley June Ann Sheatzley Teriesa Diane Shore Susan Kay Short Albert Walter Smith Flora Ann Smith Shelley Ann Smith Roger D. Spitzmiller Gilbert Ray Stagnaro Donnie F. Stamper Albertjoseph Sullivan R. William Sweet,Jr. Andria Bernice Switzer Theodore Thomas Taylor Gary Lee Thomas William Mark Thomas Heather C. Tischbein Susan Jean Titus ylton doesnat know uthr d Lee Ann Tostevin Mary Ellen Troutman Rosa Linda Uebel Janet Sue Unverzagt Gail Ann Van Ness Donna Marie Ventura Stanley Lee Wagner Brett Woodrow Wamsley Susan Weas Kittie Louise Wegelin Frederick A. Weis Brenda Joyce Wells 7 Q i N Spring Brings Senior Restlessness Roxana Whisner Gayla Lee Whitesides Frank junior Wikette Mary Jean Wilk Kristine Jane Wilkens Bonnie Lee Williams Connie Dee Williams James F. Willoughby Linda Diana Wilson Andrew Harley Wolf Alma Lou Wolfangel Judy Faye Woodruff Corneliaj. Woodward Geraldine Wymer Douglas William Young David Merrell Zeter Beverlyj. Wendell Ganelle Ann Werner 43 E. WAYNE TITUS Principal ROBERT C. WOLF - Assistant Principal Administration Principaljs Message to Seniors Someone has said that we are a product of all that we survey. We are living in a world of moods. A mood may be loosely defined as a frame of mind for the moment M sometimes it isn't much more than a passing fancy. We need to learn to differentiate between those things which are of a fleeting nature and those which have an enduring quality -those things which are fundamental to the enjoyment of a rich and rewarding life. Somehow we become pretty insignificant when compared to all eternity. Our lives may be likened to a pebble in a brook. just as the pebble is destined to sink and become inactive, so also are we. But be- fore that time comes, let us resolve to become more thanjust a ripple upon the water. Let's learn to live abundantly and drink deeply of the good and endur- ing things of life. As we face future problems and uncertainties, letis remember there is a Divine Power that is only a prayer away. E. if JL MARTHA SILVER JO RICHARD Secretary Secretary KENNETH FURRIER - Assistant Principal ROBERT M, GOFORTH ROYAL .-X, lIAl,I,,jR, CiliR'I'RL'DE I.,AlJDIC1OT'I' Superintendent Assistzini Superintendent Clurriculum Coordinator 1"URljST HILLS BOARD 01515111 'f,'flYYO.Y.' Paul Y. Palmisuno, Clerk ' ' Cornell Secosan, Donald C. Adzinls, Presidentg Robert A. Wlilker. Vice Prcsidentg Donald F. Papner,VVilliz1mC1.Sanncr. l 45 PAMELA AARANT-College Prep. Course-Student Council 2.3.4. Rec. Secy. 4: Pep Club 3.4: CAA 2: Y-Teens 3.4. .AFS Club 3. Color Cuard 3.4. 'I'IMO'I'HY XYAYNE AICHOLZ-Industrial Arts Course. STEPHEN MICHAEL ALTHAIQS-College Prep. Course-Mc-Nicholas Iligh School 2. AY Club 4. Stage Crew 3.4, NANCY SLE ARMSTRONG-College Prep. Course-4Class Ollicer. Sec. 2.3.4. Student Council 2. t-lA'lJER.5'OA'IA.Y 4. Cheerleader 2. Capt. 2: Pep Club 2.3.4. CAA 2. Y-Teens 2.3.4. AFS Club 4. Clee 2. JAMES K. ASHLEYACollege Prep, Course-Amelia High School 2.3. Key Club 41 Safety Council 4. RICHARD DALE AUSTIN-College Prep. Course. EDWIN AYRES4-General Course. LINDA MARIE AYRES-Business Course-FBLA 4. CANDICE JOAN BAI.MOSACeneral Courst-Am! I21- . l-fl 1 mm 3. Latin Club 2.3. FBLA 3.4. BARBARA ANN BAYSINCER-College Prep. Course-Pep Club 2.3.4. CAA 2.3.4. Y-Teens 3.41AFS Club 3. Red Cross 2.3.4. Pres. 4. Health Ca- reers 2.3.4. PATRICIA ANN BEATTYiBusiness Course, MICHAEL MITTS BEHRMANN-College Prep. Course-.Slbectrtmi 4. Varsity Club 4. Swimming 2.3. Co-Capt. 4. Key Club 4. French Club 2. AFS Club 4. Mixed Chorus 2.3.4. Nlusieal 3.4. LINDA BERRY-Business Course-Librarian 4. FBLA 4. RL'DY VVAYNE BERRY-Industrial Arts Course. ROBERT NVOODALL BIDDLE-College Prep. Course-Student Council 4. Pep Club 2.3.4. Key Club 3. Pres. 4. Latin Club 2.3. V.-Pres. 2. Mixed Chorus 3.4. Band 2.3.4. Drama 3.4. Nlusical 3.4. JANICE LEE BILLER-Business Course-Librarian 3.4. STEVEN JAY BOARD-College Prep. Course-Basketball 2.3. Pep Club 4. Rey Club 2.3.4. CEORCE RAY BODNIER-College Prep. Course-Student Council 2.3.4. Cflzitjlrtztz 3.4: -SJ'1i'Cf7'll77l 2.3. Editor 4. German Club 2: AFS Club 3.4. Band 2.3.4. Orchestra 2.3. Y.-Pres, 4: Nlusical 3.4. Drama 3.4, Myers displays three years of accomplishment. MARY LOL' BOLCE-College Prep. Course-.Sjavclrtmi 3. Art Editor 4. Latin Club 2.3. RICHARD LEE BOPP-College Prep. Course-Pep Band 2.3.41 Key Club 3.4. French Club 2. Latin Club 3. V.-Pres, 41 AFS Club 3. Band 2.3. Y.- Pres. 4. JACQIQELINE BRAY-Business Course. CONSTANCE BREIQER-Home Economics Course-Pep Club 43 GAA 2. Y-Teens 2.3.4. Glee 3, JANET LOUISE BRIDGES-Business Course. BARBARA LEE BROERINIAN-College Prep. Course-Pep Club 2. GAA 2.3. Latin Club 3. JOHN KENNETH BROKAMP-College Prep. Course. ROBERT PAUL BROOKS-Industrial Arts Course4Football 3.4. ROBERT HUNTER BROWN-General Course-Withrow 2. JOYCE DARLENE BURBAGE-Business Course-FBLA 4. Miller trips after Schingledecker in Alacbeih, RONALD WARREN BUTLER-College Prep. Course-Student Council 3.41 Tennis 4. Pep Club 2.3.4. Key Club 2.3.4. Latin Club 2. CRAIG SCOT CANIPBELL-College Prep. Course-W'ithrow 2. Chief! lain 3.43 Pep Club 3g Drama 3,4 JORGE CAPARROS VALDERRANIA-College Prep. Course4Colegio de San Estanislao, Malaga. Spain 3. Student Council 4. Swimming 4. Pep Club 4. Key Club 4. French Club 4. AFS Club 4. Swim Team 4. MICHAEL DAVID CARROW-College Prep. Course4York Community High School 2.3. Pep Club 4g AV Club 4. DANIELJANIES CARUSO-College Prep. Course-Union Catholic High School 2.3. Varsity Club 45 Key Club 4. TYLER CLEVELAND CLARK-College Prep. Course-Student Council 2.3.4. Pep Band 2.3.4. Key Club 4. Mixed Chorus 3. Y.-Pres. 4. Band 2.3.4. Orchestra 2.3. Pres. 43 Musical 2. MARK ALLEN CLENIENTS-College Prep. Cl0L1I'SCf.'l7ldUl'.YU7ZZ-HVI 3. Chzeftczirz 4. AY Club 2.3.4. MAIQREEN ANN CONNELLY-Business Course-Pep Club 33 FBLA 4. Oflice Aid 4, McDermott vs. Monsey and McCourt in Notehand. CAROLYN SUE CONSTINER-College Prep. Course-Withrow 2,35 Chieftain 45 Spectrum 45 GAA 45 Y-Teens 45 German Club 4. SPENCER CHARLES COTTON4College Prep, Course-Glee 2,3,45 AV Club 2,3,4. ROBERT LEE COX-Industrial Arts Course-Chieftain 45 Baseball 2.4, PATRICIA ANN CRAYCRAFTfBusiness Course-Pep Club 25 FBLA 4, Secretary 4. JOHN K. CUDDEBACK-College Prep. Course!-Student Council 2,3,45 Spectrum 3, Co-Editor 45 French Club 2535 Band 2,3,45 Musical 2. DANIELJAMES CURRAN-College Prep. Course-Chieftain 45 Track 2. JOHN RICHARD DAHLHEIMER-Business Course-Andersontan 35 Pep Club 2. JERRY CHARLES DARDEENACollege Prep. Course. GENEVIEVE DAVIDSON-Business Course4Pep Club 2,35 FBLA 4, Treas. 4. WILLIAM REX DAVIDSON-College Prep, Course. RANDALL K, DECK-Business Course!Pep Club 25 Key Club 4. DAVID EDWARD DECKER4College Prep. CoursefChampion High School 25 Key Club 3,45 AFS Club 3. JOHN ROBERT DELONG-College Prep. Course-Glee 25 Mixed Cho- rus 354. SHARON MAY DENNLER-Business Course-Chieftain 35 Spectrum 35 Pep Club 2,35 Y-Teens 25 FBLA 45 Glee 35 Mixed Chorus 4. JAMES MARK DODD-General Course-Pep Club 45 Key Club 4. DELORES LOUISE DOENCH-College Prep. Course-Pep Club 3,45 GAA 2,3,45 German Club 2,3,45 AV Club 253,4. Seniors In and Out of Action LINDA JOY DOERR-Business Course-Pep Club 35 GAA 25 Glee 35 Health Careers 2. WILLIAM THOMAS DOGGETTEfCollege Prep. Course-Slbectrunz 2, 3,45 Pep Club 45 French Club 2,35 AFS Club 35 Drama 4, WILLIAM DONALD DWYERACollege Prep. Course-Key Club 3,4, GROVER T. ELLIS-College Prep. Course-Student Council 25 Varsity Club 45 Pep Club 45 Key Club 4. ALLISON SUE EMERY-College Prep. Course-Pep Club 3,45 GAA 25 Y-Teens 2,3,45 Glee 4. LINDA LOU EMMICH-College Prep. Course-GAA 2,45 Y-Teens 35 French Club 2,35 FTA 2,3,45 AFS Club 3. GARY KERMIT FIGARTfBusiness Course-Brookville High School 25 Chieftain 3. CARLA FISCELLA-General Course. DAVID ALVIN FISH-Industrial Arts Course. CHALNIER FISHER-General Course. RAYMOND JOHN FLAKE, JR.4General Course-Varsity Club 25 Pep Club 2,3. RICHARD RUSSELL FORG-College Prep. Course-Varsity Club 45 Key Club 4. BARBARA CHRISTIAN FOSTERfCollege Prep. Course4French Club 2,3,45 AFS Club 3,45 Glee 25 Mixed Chorus 4, Accompanist 45 Health Ca- reers 3545 Treas. 4. VIRGINIA KAY FOUCH-Business Course-GAA 2. LINDA RUTH FRERKING-College Prep. Course-Student Council 45 GAA 253,4, Treas. 45 Y-Teens 3,45 Mixed Chorus 2,3545 Band 2,3,45 Or- chestra 2,3,45 Health Careers 2,3,4, Pres. 45 Safety Council 4, Treas. 4, RONALD LEWIS FRIENDYCollege Prep. Course. KAREN LEONA FROMM-College Prep. Course!GAA 2,3,45 Latin Club 2,35 FTA 35 Health Careers 4, V.-Pres. 4. JEAN ANN FRONK4College Prep. Course-Anderxonian 25 Pep Club 2, 3,45 GAA 25 Y-Teens 2,3,45 Latin Club 3,45 FTA 4. GREGG ANDREW FUSARO - College Prep. Course - Student Council 2,3,4, V.-Pres, 45 Varsity Club 45 Key Club 45 French Club 2,35 Mixed Cho- rus 2,3,45 Band 2,3,45 Orchestra 2,3. JEANNE MAUREEN GATIAN!College Prep. Course-.Sjuectrum 45 Pep Club 2,3545 GAA 2, French Club 2, Pres. 354, Pres., FTA 2,3,45 AFS Club 3, 45 Mixed Chorus 2,3,45 Musical 2,3,4, JAN ELLEN GIBSON-College Prep, Course-Student Council 2,3,45 Cheerleader 25 Pep Club 2,3,45 GAA 25 Y-Teens 2,3,45 French Club 25 FTA 2,3, Glee 45 Drama 3,45 Musical 4. JO ANN GODBY-College Prep. Course. VALERIE ANN GRAMM-College Prep. Course-Chillicothe 25 Chief tain 45 Pep Club 3,45 GAA 45 Y-Teens 45 Mixed Chorus 4. RONALD CHARLES GRAY-Business Course. SANDRA LEE GRIFFIS-Business Course. MARK WILLIAM GRINER-Industrial Arts Course. SANDRA JAYNE HAECER4Collcge Prep. Course, DOUGLAS ALLEN llAHN4College Prep. Course4 Chieftain 45 Pep Club 35 German Club 2.3.45 Drama 45 Chess Club 3.4. DAVID JAMES HAI.I,4Collcge Prep, COUFSCYNIHFSIIJ' Club 2.3.45 Pep Club 25 Key Club 45 Glee 2.3,4: Mixed Chorus 4. SHERYL LYNN IlALl,4Business Course4Pep Club 3.43 GAA 2: Y- Teens 2.3.4. LINDA CAROL HANSON4College Prep. Course4'lialawanda High School 25 Pep Club 354: Y-Teens 3,45 AFS Club 35 Glee 4. LINDA LEE HAR'l'4Business COUFSCYPSQ Club 45 Y-Teens 45 French Club 25 FBLA 45 Orchestra 2,3.4, Musical 3,4. ALAN ROBERT HARTKE 4 College Prep. Course 4 McNicholas High School 2,3. I Karen's government class pays oil' 4gjudiciary system works! DANIEL WAYNE HATFIELD 4 College Prep, Course 4 French Club 3, 4. JERRY MARTIN HATHORN 4 College Prep. Course 4 Varsity Club 2, 3,45 Key Club 45 Glee 2,35 Band 2,3. CLIFFORD TAYLOR HAYES 4 College Prep. Course 4 Tinley Park High School 25 German Club 3,45 Drama 3,4. CRAIG M. HENEVELD 4 College Prep. Course 4 Varsity Club 3,45 Pep Club 2,3,45 Key Club 2,3,4, BARBARA SUE HENSHAW 4 College Prep. Course 4 Student Council 2,3545 Pep Club 2,3,45 GAA 25 Y-Teens 2,3,45 German Club 45 AFS Club 25 FTA 35 Drama 3,4. KATHY LORETTA HENSLEY 4 Business Course 4 Y-Teens 4, DWIGHTJOSEPH HERALD 4 Business Course. MICKEY HERIVIANN 4 College Prep. Course 4 Spectrum 45 Pep Club 2, 35 French Club 25 German Club 3,4, V.-Pres. 45 Glee 2535 Mixed Chorus 4. MAUREEN FRANCES HERRING 4 College Prep. Course 4 .Spectrum 45 French Club 2, Treas. 3,4, V.-Pres.5 AFS Club 4, Historian 45 Mixed Chorus 2,3,4, RICHARD ALAN HITTINGER 4 College Prep. Course. JANET RAE HODGE 4 College Prep. Course 4 Anzierronian 35 Spec- trum 4, Assistant Art Editor 45 GAA 2,35 Y-Teens 45 Latin Club 25 Musical 2,3,4. PALLJ. HOEMMELMEYER4General Course RICHARD OPPT HOLDER 4 Business Course 4 Chieftain 45 AV Club 2. JEROME GEORGE HORNSCHEMEIER 4 General Course 4 Marie- mont 2. JAMES PAUL HOWELL 4 Business Course. CHESTER RAY HUBBARD 4 Industrial Arts Course. CONNIE SUE HUBBARD 4 Business Course 4 Pep Club 2,45 FBLA 2, 4. HERBERT LEWIS HUDSON 4 College Prep. Course 4 Glee 25354. LOUISE RUTH HYLTON 4 Norwalk High 25 Student Council 25 Ander- ronian 45 Chieftain 45 Spectrum 45 Pep Club 3545 Y-Teens 3,45 AFS Club 35 Glee 2,45 Health Careers 45 Musical 2,354. KENNETH RAYJACKSON 4 Business Course 4 Hughes 2. CHRISTINA I. JOHNSON 4 College Prep. Course 4 Chieftain 45 Pep Club 2,3545 GAA 25 Y-Teens 2,3,45 Glee 25 Mixed Chorus 3. CYNTHIA ANN JOHNSON 4 College Prep. Course 4 Pep Club 2,35 GAA 25 French Club 25 German Club 3,45 Glee 253. STEPHEN GIRARDJOHNSON4Industrial Arts Course. SUSAN CAROLJOHNSON 4 College Prep. Course 4 GAA 25 Y-Teens 2,45 French Club 2,3, V.-Pres. 35 FTA 45 AFS Club 3,45 Band 2,354 LESLIE DONALDJONES 4 Industrial Arts Course. ANN KALDMO 4 Business Course 4 Pep Club 2,35 GAA 2,3,45 Y-Teens 2,3,45 FTA 2. BETH ANNE KELLY 4 College Prep. Course 4 Andersonian 25 Pep Club 253,45 Y-Teens 35 French Club 25 AFS Club 3,45 Librarian 253545 Mixed Chorus 2,3545 Health Careers 2,3545 Musical 2,3,4. JAMES BRADLEY KESSINGER 4 College Prep. Course 4 Key Club 3, 45 Latin Club 25 Safety Council 3,4. CATHY LYNNE KIEFEL 4 College Prep. Course 4 French Club 25 Or- chestra 2,3,4, Treas. 45 Health Careers 45 Musical 3,4. LINDA ELLEN KOPPMAN - College Prep. Course 4 Student Council 25 Pep Club 2,3545 GAA 25 Y-Teens 2,3,45 French Club 25 Drama 45 Musical 4. ROBERT BRUCE KUHNEN 4 College Prep. Course 4 Wyoming High School 25 Varsity Club 45 Key Club 3,45 Latin Club 45 Safety Council 3545 Pres. 3,45 Musical 4. GARY LEE KUPER 4 Industrial Arts Course. DEBORAH JANE LAFONTAINE 4 College Prep. Course 4 Student Council 35 Andersonian 2,35 Pep Club 2,3545 GAA 25 Y-Teens 2535 Latin Club 3,45 FTA 45 Health Careers 45 Spanish Club 2. LYNDA LUELLA LATHAM 4 College Prep. Course 4 Latin Club 35 Librarian 3545 Health Careers 4. ELLEN CASTLEY LAVERY 4 College Prep. Course 4 Pep Club 35 GAA 25 Y-Teens 3545 French Club 2,35 AFS Club 3,45 Glee 25 Nlixed Chorus 3,45 Musical 254. NIICHAEL GEORGE LAYCOCK 4 College Prep. Course 4 Chieftain 45 Pep Club 45 Key Club 3,45 Latin Club 2. 4 as CAROL JEAN LEHMAN 4 College Prep. Course 4 Student Council 3,45 Treas. 45 Pep Club 2,3545 GAA 25 Y-Teens 3,45 Glee 25 Band 253,45 Secy. 45 Orchestra 253,45 Majorette 253,4. MICHAEL LEROY LEMON 4 College Prep. Course 4 Pep Club 35 Key Club 35 Mixed Chorus 2,354. LYNN LOUISE LEWIS 4 Business Course 4 Gallia Academy 25 FBLA 3545 Red Cross 4. VICKI LEE LEWIS 4 College Prep. Course 4 Water Ballet 45 Y-Teens 45 French Club 2,35 AFS Club 3545 Mixed Chorus 25 Band 2,3545 Orchestra 3,45 Secy. 45 Red Cross 2,45 Musical 3,45 National Honor Society 3.45 Scholar- ship Key- Gold. FRED RAY LIKES 4 College Prep. Course 4 Key Club 3. MARIANNE KAREN LION 4 Business Course 4 Pep Club 2,35 GAA 25 Y-Teens 2,35 FBLA 2. GRETCHEN MARIA LIPE 4 College Prep. Course 4 Water Ballet 3,45 GAA 253545 French Club 25 German Club 3545 Swimming 45 National Honor Society 354. LOURDES LISKE 4 College Prep. Course 4 Mackenzie 253. JAMES RICHARD LOCKRIDGE 4 College Prep. Course 4 Key Club 45 Chess Club 2535 German Club 2,35 Swimming 45 Mixed Chorus 2,45 Musical 2,4. DONNA KIT LONG 4 Business Course 4 Angola High School 25 Pep Club 25 GAA 25 Y-Teens 2545 Latin Club 25 Mixed Chorus 2. DEBORAH JEAN LONGHAUSER 4 College Prep. Course. ROBERT WILLIAM LUDWIG 4 College Prep. Course 4 Student Coun- cil 45 Pep Club 25 Key Club 3,45 French Club 3,45 Glee 2. KANDACE SUE LUECKE 4 College Prep. Course 4 Felicity-Franklin 2, 35 Y-Teens 4. RICHARD FASTON LYLE 4 College Prep. Course 4 Key Club 3. LARRY WILLIAM MACKE 4 Business Course. KENNETH MARSH MACKENTHUN II 4 College Prep. Course 4 Spectrum 35 Key Club 45 French Club 2. Determined Ellis evacles Wyoming cager. ....,wBq JUDITH LYNNE MADAY 4 College Prep. Course 4 Student Council 35 Pep Club 2,3,45 GAA 25 Y-Teens 253545 French Club 2,35 FTA 25 AFS Club 2,35 Glee 25 Mixed Chorus 3,45 Drama 3545 Musical 25354. RONALD BRUCE MALANEY 4 College Prep. Course. LINDA MARIE MARSH 4 College Prep. Course 4 Pep Club 253545 GAA 25 Y-Teens 354. CAROL JANE MARTIN 4 College Prep, Course 4 Student Council 2.41 Pep Club 2.3,4, V.-Pres. 45 GAA 25 Y-Teens 253,45 French Club 25 Band 2,3. 4, Treas. 45 Orchestra 2,3,4. GARY SCOTT MARTIN 4 Business Course. MARY NOREEN MARTIN 4 Business Course 4 Pep Club 25 Y-Teens 45 FBLA 2,4. BARRY LEE MARZ 4 College Prep. Course 4 Class Ofhcer, V.-Pres. 25 3,45 Football 253,45 Basketball 2,35 Baseball 2545 Wrestling 45 Varsity Club 2,3,4, Treas. 45 Pep Club 2,3545 Key Club 253. '66-'67 sees beginning of new industrial arts wing. DAVID MAS LOWSKI 4 College Prep. Course. STEPHEN MASLOWSKI 4 College Prep. Course 4 Student Council 45 Chieftain 45 Football 253, Co-Capt. 45 Varsity Club 3,45 Pres. 45 Key Club 3, 45 AFS Club 35 Drama 3. DAVID JOHN MASON 4 College Prep. Course 4 Glee 2,35 Mixed Cho- rus 4. JAMES HAROLD MATHEWS 4 Industrial Arts Course. WILLIAM PAULI MAYNARD 4 College Prep. Course 4 Pep Club 35 AV Club 2,3,4. NIORTON FEHL MCARTHUR 4 College Prep Course 4 Varsity Club 45 Pep Club 3545 Key Club 45 Glee 25 Football 25 Basketball 2,3545 Track 2,35 AV Club 3545 Safety Council 4. PATTY JANE MCCOLLUNI 4 College Prep. Course 4 Student Council 3545 Chieftain 45 Pep Club 35 Y-Teens 3,45 FTA 2,3545 V.-Pres. 45 Librarian 2,3545 Band 253,45 Orchestra 45 Safety Council 354, V.-Pres. 45 Musical 45 National Honor Society 354. PATRICK MCCOURT 4 College Prep. Course. DAVID LLOYD MCFARREN 4 College Prep. Course 4 Key Club 3,45 French Club 25 Mixed Chorus 2,3545 Treas. 45 Band 2,35 Drama 354. Bill - k'No matter what shape . . . M Bruce - 'iWait a minute, stupid. Thatys my tie, not my stomach." MARGARET ANN MCLAUGHLIN 4 Business Course 4 Amelia High School 35 GAA 25 FB LA 45 Band 2,3545 Red Cross 4. DONALD GEORGE NIEINSHAUSEN -4 College Prep. Course 4 W'ood- ward High School 2. JOHN ROBERT MEISTER 4 Industrial Arts Course 4 AV Club 2,3,4. WILLIAM THOMAS MELIA 4 College Prep. Course 4 Purcell 2. KATHY ETHEL INIETZ 4 College Prep. Course 4 Pep Club 25 Y-Teens 45 NIusical 4. CYNTHIA NIILLER 4 College Prep, Course 4 Pep Club 45 GAA 25 French Club 2,35 FTA 2,3,45 AFS Club 3,45 INIixed Chorus 253,45 lVIusical 2, 3,4. DONALD GREER NIILLER 4 Industrial Arts Course 4 Pep Band 3,45 Key Club 35 Band 2,3,45 Safety Council 45 Musical 4. TINA M. NIILLER 4 College Prep. Course 4 Pep Club 2,35 GAA 25 Y- Teens 2,3,45 AFS Club 2. KAREN LEE MILTZ 4 College Prep. Course 4 Memorial 25 Anderso- rzzan 4, Co-Editor 4, Szbecmmt 45 Pep Club 45 Y-Teens 3,45 FTA 45 AFS Club 4, Treas. 4. RUSSELL R. MINIS 4 College Prep. Course 4 Hillwood High School 2,35 Student Council 2,35 Varsity Club 2,3,45 Pep Club 2,35 Key Club 2,3545 Football 2,3545 Latin Club 2,35 Drama 3. JUDITH ELLEN MONSEY 4 College Prep. Course 4 Colerain 25 Stu- dent Council 25 Pep Club 253,45 GAA 2,3,45 Y-Teens 2,45 Latin Club 25 FTA 2. LEONARDJOHN IWONSEY 4 College Prep. Course 4 LaSalle 2. MARY ANN MOORE 4 Business Course 4 Pep Club 2, GAA 2,3,4. JOHN GEORGE MORICONI 4 Industrial Arts Course 4 Glee 253,45 Football 2. VICTORIA JEAN MOSS 4 Business Course 4 Pep Club 2,3,45 Y-Teens 3,45 Latin Club 25 FBLA 4. DENNIS INIICHAEL IVIURPHY 4 College Prep. Course 4 Varsity Club 3,45 Key Club 3,4. RONALD LEE MURPHY 4 Business Course. MARK JAMES MYERS 4 College Prep. Course. SUSANJANE MYERS 4 College Prep. Course 4 Pep Club 2,35 GAA 2,45 Y-Teens 3,45 FTA 253,45 Mixed Chorus 2,3,45 Band 2,3,45 Musical 2,3545 Bronze Scholarship Key 253. MARK TIMOTHY NEIBERT 4 College Prep. Course 4 Rich Twp. East 2,3 ROBERT CHARLES NELSON 4 Business Course. SANDRA ANN NERL 4 Business Course 4 Student Council 2,45 Pep Club 2,3545 GAA 25 FBLA 4, Color Guard 4. EDNA LUZ ETTA NEWMAN 4 Business Course 4 Pep Club 2,3. JAMES WILLIAM NIENABER 4 Industrial Arts Course 4 Football 253, 4. NANCY JANE NOELL 4 Business Course 4 Anderronian 45 Chz'eflaz'n 45 Pep Club 2,3,4, GAA 2,35 Y-Teens 2,3,45 FBLA 4, V.-Pres. 45 Glee 2. IRENE LUCIA NOWAK 4 College Prep. Course 4 Y-Teens 3,4. DENNIS EDWIN OBERMEYER 4 Industrial Arts Course. BONNIE LOU OICONNOR 4 Home Economics Course 4 Pep Club 2,3, 4, Y-Teens 2. Steve - hDid I tell her 8:00 or 7:0073 2 E ALBERT GEORGE OTTEN 4 College Prep. Course 4 Pep Club 2,3,4, Treas. 45 FTA 2,35 Librarian 4. WILLIAM EVERETT OWEN 4 Industrial Arts Course. PAMELA JANE KNOX PADDOCK 4 College Prep. Course 4 Pep Club 2,35 GAA 25 Y-Teens 3,45 French Club 25 AFS Club 3, Health Careers 4. JEANNE KAREN PALM 4 Home Economics Course 4 Y-Teens 4. VICKI LYNNE PALNIISANO 4 College Prep. Course 4 Pep Club 2,35 Y-Teens 2,3545 Drama 4. BARBARA ANN PARROTT 4 Business Course 4 GAA 2,3,4. KENNETH PENNINGTON 4 General Course. THOMAS LEE PENNINGTON 4 General Course. CYNTHIA DIANE PETERSMAN 4 Business Course 4 Pep Club 4, Y- Teens 25 FBLA 4. ZESTA ANN PFAFF 4 College Prep. Course 4 Withrow 2,35 Pep Club 45 Mixed Chorus 45 Mixed Ensemble 45 Orchestra 45 Drama 45 Musical 4. JOHN CHARLES PFAU 4 Industrial Arts Course. MARIANNE PFITZENMAIER 4 College Prep. Course 4 Student Coun- cil 2,3,45 Pep Club 2,3545 GAA 25 Y-Teens 2,3,4, Treas. 3, Pres. 45 Latin Club 3,45 German Club 25 FTA 25 AFS Club 3,45 Girlsl Chorus 2,3, Sec, 35 Mixed Chorus 45 Musical 25354. DOUGLAS EDWARD POE 4 Business Course 4 Amelia 2. GREGORY PAUL POND 4 College Prep. Course 4 Dondero High School 25 Key Club 2,35 German Club 25 Band 2. DONNIE CLYDE POWELL 4 Industrial Arts Course. MICHAEL JOSEPH PRAGER 4 General Course 4 Lansdowne High School 35 Student Council 2,35 Varsity Club 35 FTA 2,3. WANDA LEE PRICE 4 Business Course 4 Glee 2. DALE LEE PL'LLL'M 4 Industrial Arts Course. BARBARA LUCY PUSACK 4 College Prep. Course 4 Anderrrmian 3,4, Copy Editor 45 Spectrum 354, Business Mgr. 45 Pep Club 45 GAA 25 French Club 2,3545 FTA 3,45 AFS Club 3,4, Pres. 45 Mixed Chorus 253,45 Orchestra 2,35 Drama 45 Musical 3,4. .. Lyle, Siegel, and Caldwell improve on helicopter. MELODY ANNE RAMEY 4 College Prep. Course 4 Andersonian 2,3,45 Speclrum 45 Pep Club 2,35 GAA 2,3545 Y-Teens 2,3,45 Latin Club 2,35 FTA 2,3,45 AFS Club 35 Health Careers 4. THOMAS BLAINE RAINIER 4 College Prep. Course 4 Key Club 45 German Club 25 Glee 2. DOUGLAS WILLIAM REED 4 General Course. RICHARD JOHN REED, JR. 4 Business Course 4 Key Club 3545 Band 2,3545 Safety Council 3,4. ROY THOMAS REEVES 4 General Course. PAULA LOUISE REUSCHER 4 Business Course 4 Swimming 45 Pep Club 45 GAA 25 Y-Teens 25 Latin Club 2,35 FBLA 3,45 Water Ballet 2,3,4. GEORGE ALAN RICHARDSON 4 College Prep. Course 4 Glee 25 Mixed Chorus 3,45 Musical 254. MARCIA MARIE RICHARDSON 4 College Prep. Course 4 Student Council 2,45 Chieftain 45 Cheerleader 2,3,45 Pep Club 253,45 GAA 25 Y- Teens 3,45 Band 2. FRANK BENTLEY RICKETTS - College Prep. Course 4 French Club 25 Glee 25 Mixed Chorus 3,45 Orchestra 25 Musical 2. RONALD WILLIAM RINGLER 4 College Prep. Course 4 Key Club 3, 4, V.-Pres. 45 Latin Club 2,35 Glee 2,3545 Musical 3, PAUL WILLIAM ROBERTS 4 Business Course. KATHERINE ANN ROBERTSON 4 Business Course - Student Council 45 Cheerleader 253,45 Pep Club 2,3,45 FBLA 3,4, Treas. 3, Pres. 4. RONALD DEAN ROGERS 4 General Course. WILLIAM JOHN ROLLER 4 General Course. NELLE CAROLYN ROLLINS 4 College Prep. Course 4 Chiejiain 4, Bus. Mgr. 45 Pep Club 253,45 Y-Teens 253545 AFS Club 45 Glee 25 Health Careers 3,4. DOUGLAS STEPHEN ROTHWELL 4 College Prep. Course 4 Key Club 3,4. CYNTHIA SUE SANDERS 4 Business Course 4 Pep Club 253,45 GAA 2, 35 Y-Teens 25 FBLA 4. FRANCIS PAUL SARAC ENO 4 Business Course. WILLIAM HENRY SCHILLING 4 College Prep. Course 4 Student Council 2,3,45 Key Club 45 French Club 25 Mixed Chorus 2,3,4. BRUCE EDWARD SCHINGLEDECKER 4 College Prep. Course 4 Class Officer Pres. 2,3545 Key Club 3,4. ROBERT RICHARD SCHOETTKER 4 College Prep. Course. GURTH WILLIAM SCHU LZ, JR. 4 College Prep. Course 4 Key Club 35 Orchestra 2,3,45 Musical 4. BARBARA ANN SCOTT 4 Business Course 4 Water Ballet 2,35 Red Cross 4. PAUL EDWARD SEIBEL 4 College Prep. Course 4 Latin Club 45 FTA 4. GAYLEJUDITH SHAKLEY 4 College Prep. Course 4 Student Council 45 Anderxonian 3,45 Editor 45 Chieftain 2,45 Pep Club 2,45 Y-Teens 45 French Club 253,4, Secy. 45 FTA 2,3,45 AFS Club 3,45 Glee 25 Mixed Chorus 45 Red Cross 2,35 OfF1ceAid 3. Pusack and pictures: her favorite CFD pastime. JUNE ANN SHEATZLEY 4 College Prep. Course 4 Student Council 2,3, 4, Corres. Secy. 45 Pep Club 2,3545 Secy. 3, Pres. 45 GAA 25 Y-Teens 25354, V.-Pres. 45 Glee 2,35 V.-Pres. 35 Mixed Chorus 45 Musical 2,354 TERIESA DIANE SHORE 4 Business Course 4John Adams High School 2535 Student Council 45 Pep Club 45 Y-Teens 45 Mixed Chorus 2. SUSAN KAY SHORT 4 General Course. MICHAEL WAYNE SIEGEL 4 College Prep. Course. ROGER SIMPSON 4 Industrial Arts Course. ALBERT WALTER SMITH 4 College Prep. Course. FLORA ANN SMITH 4 College Prep. Course. SHELLEY ANN SMITH 4 General Course 4 Pep Club 25 GAA 25354, Recorder 35 V.-Pres. 45 Y-Teens 354. ROGER DEAN SPITZMILLER 4 College Prep. Course 4 Varsity Club 4. GILBERT RAY STAGNARO 4 College Prep. Course 4 Class Officer 2, Treas. Student Council 45 Pep Club 45 Key Club 3,45 Secy. 45 Latin Club 253, Pres. 25 Glee 25 Band 253,45 Pres. 45 Orchestra 2,3545 Musical 253,4. DONNIE FRANCIS STAM PER 4 Business Course. ALBERT JOSEPH SULLIVAN 4 College Prep. Course 4 Pep Club 45 Key Club 4. ROBERT WILLIAM SWEET, JR. 4 College Prep. Course 4 Glee 35 Mixed Chorus 3,45 Drama 4. ANDRIA BERNICE SWITZER 4 Business Course 4 San Juan High School 2535 AFS Club 2,3, Pres. 3. BRUCE PHILIP TAPPE 4 College Prep. Course 4 Wheaton High School 253. THEODORE THOMAS TAYLOR 4 College Prep. Course 4 Key Club 45 Glee 35 Band 2,3,45 Musical 4. ALICE DELORISE MARIE THOMAS 4 College Prep. Course 4 Li- brarian 4. Gramm adjusts hockey sockies for BIG GAME! GARY LEE THOMAS 4 Business Course 4 Glee 25 Mixed Chorus 3,45 Band 253,45 Orchestra 3,45 Drama 4. WILLIAM MARK THOMAS 4 Business Course. HEATHER CHRISTINE TISCHBEIN 4 College Prep. Course 4 Stu- dent Council 3,45 Historian 45 .Spectrum 45 GAA 25 Y-Teens 3,45 French Club 25 AFS Club 354, Secy. 45 Mixed Chorus 25354. SUSAN JEAN TITIQS 4 College Prep. Course 4 Student Council 45 An- dersrmzan 45 Pep Club 35 GAA 35 Y-Teens 35 FTA 2,3,4, Pres. 45 AFS Club 3,45 Mixed Chorus 253545 Musical 25354. LEE ANN TOSTEVIN 4 College Prep. Course 4 GAA 45 FTA 25 lNfIusi- cal 354. RONALD THOMAS TRABISH 4 Industrial Arts Course, MARY ELLEN TROUTMAN 4 College Prep. Course 4 Pep Club 35 Y- Teens 3,45 FTA 2,4 ROSA LINDA UEBEL 4 Business Course 4 Withrow High School 25 Chieftain 35 FBLA 4. "Do you mean to tell me there's a difference between the Neo-Classic and Romantic periods in Yugoslavian literature?" JANET SUE UNVERZAGT 4 College Prep. Course 4 German Club 25 Band 2,3545 Health Careers 4. GAIL ANN VAN NESS 4 College Prep. Course 4 Student Council 3,45 Chieftain 3,45 Pep Club 253,45 GAA 253,45 Recorder 35 Pres. 45 Y-Teens 253, 45 FTA 253,45 AFS Club 35 Glee 253,45 Musical 4. DONNA MARIE VENTURA 4 General Course. STANLEY LEE WAGNER 4 College Prep. Course 4 Track 25 AV Club 2. BRETT VVOODROVV VVANISLEY 4 College Prep. Course 4 Band 2,3545 Orchestra 25354, DALE ROBERT WARFORD 4 College Prep. Course 4 Latin Club 2. DAVID LEVVIIS VVARFORD 4 College Prep. Course 4 Latin Club 2. SUSAN WEAS 4 College Prep. Course 4 Pep Club 25 Y-Teens 253,45 FTA 25 AFS Club 3. KITTIE LOUISE WEGELIN 4 College Prep. Course 4 Swimming 45 Nlixed Chorus 253545 Nlusical 354. FREDERICK ADANI IVEIS -V College Prep. Course - Cross Country 2. ALMA LOL W'OI.I"ANCEL -4 Business Course -- Latin Club 21 FBI X 3.41 Trask 2.31 Kev Club 3.4: AX' Club 2.3.41 Mixed Chorus 2.3.41 Chess 41 Band 2.3. tzltlh 3.4. A ROBERT XVOLIJE - General Course - Withrow 2 BRENDA JOYCE IYELLS - College Pre 1. Course - C.'l1zt'f!rm1 4: SJet'- . 1 2 . . . . . . . 1 . .. . mlm 2.3. rep Club 3. all 2. x'.'1'Qm 2. Llitin Club 2.3.41F3l'A 41Clde 2. -Bm "M I' IIOOPRL Ili 7 Utllm Prep' mum' 7 I ' I Cm 4: .mn 3-4. Health Careers 3-4. Club 41 Latin Club 2.3.42 I' IA 41 Band 2.3.41 Health Careers 3.4. Bet-y. Musical 4. BEVERLY AIOAN XYENDELI. - Business Course - XYooclwarrl 3: Pep CORNELIA .IANIC IYOODXYARD - College Prep. Course - AVS Club Club 2.31 CAA 21 Y-Teens 4: Musical 3. 3.4. .b 1 4. D 4 4 Y 4 , . Y 1 i . 1 4 CERALDINE YYYMIZR - College Prep. Course -V Cheerleader 2.3.41 Pap course Pep club 23' X - Club 2.3.4. Sery. 4: CAA 21 Y-Teens 3.41 l"renrh Club 2: Latin Club 3 4 l i' ' 3' 3 ' Pres. 41 Mixed Chorus 2.3.41 Mixed Ensemble 4: Orrhestrzi 2.31 Ilea Careers 41 Drama 3: Musirul 2.4. ROXANA XYHISNER f- College Prep. Course - CAA 21 Y-Ieens 2.3.41 Bimd 254- DOLCLASS IYILLIAM YOLNC - College Prep. Course - It-nnis 3 4 Key Club 31 Clee 2.3: Mixed Chorus 41 NIL1SIi'Ill3, CAYLA LEE XYHITESIDES - College Prep. Course - Student Counril 3.41 Pep Club 21Y-Teens 3.41 Ifreneh Club 21 APS Club 31 Musical 4. I-'RANKiIL'NIOR XYIKE'I"I'E 4 College Prep. Course. Bill - k'lYhy ran 't we take ti senior trip to Apple Hill2"' DAYID ALAN XYILCOMB -V College Prep. Course V- Norman Iligh School 2.31 Band 2.3.41 Orchestra 41 Musical 4. MARY .IEAN IYILK -A Business Course - CAA 31 Y-Ieens 31 FBLA 41 AV Club 31 Nlixecl Chorus 2,3.41 Musieztl 2. KRISTINE AIANE YYILKENS - Business Course - Syosset High Srhool 21 Y-Teens 4. BONNIE LEE WVILLIAMS H- Business Course CONNIE DEE WILLIAMS Y Business Course. -IAMES FRANKLIN WILLOLCHBY - Industrial Arts Course - Mixed Chorus 2. LINDA DIANA IYILSON - College Prep. Course -- Pep Club 41 CAA 2. 3.4, Seq: 33 Water Ballet 2,31 Latin Club 3,41 l"'l'A 4: Clee 3.4: HealthCa- reers 41 Musical 4. ANDREW' HARLEY VVOLF - College Prep. Course - Student Council 2.3.4. President 41 Varsity Club 3.41 Basketball 2.31 Track 2.3.41 Cross Country 3.41 Key Club 3.41German Club 2.4: AY Club 2.3.4. Pres. 3. EDWARD YOUNG 4 Business Course. DAYID MERRELL ZETER - College Prep. Course - Band 3.4. Senior Parents Mr. and Xlrs. Mr. and Mrs. hir. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs Mr Mr Nlr Mr Mr Mr Mr Mr Mr Mr Mr Mr Nlr Amor Althaus Robert Armstrong Edwin Ayers Victor Balmos Charles A. Beatty R. A. Behrmann . Maynard Berry .and Xirsjohn M. Biddle . and Mrsxjack B. Board .and Mrs. .and Nlrs. .and Mrs. .and Mrs .and Mrs. .and Slrs. . and Mrs . and Mrs , and Klrs. . and Mrs George A. Bodmer Robert L. Bolce Calvin Bopp Wilbert L. Broerman Gerald A. Burbage Kenneth W. Butler D. M. Caruso Cyrus Cary F. M. Gonstiner Homer Edward Cotton Mr and Airs. W'illiatn O. Goxnjr. Mr and Mrsujohnlj. Guddeback Mr and Mrsljohn Curran Mr and Mrs. Chas. F. Dardcen Mr. and Mrs. Robert Davidson Mr and Mrs. Warren Dennler Xlrs. I.illian Mae Doench Nlr. and Mrs. Geo. WL Dwyer Mr. and Xlrs. Gliflord T. Ellis Mr. and Mrs. Richard Emery Mr. and Mrs. Russell Forg Nlr, and lNlrs. Wfinthrop H. Foster Nlr and Mrs. Aaron R, Fouch Mr. and Mrs. Robert Friend Xlr. and Mrs. Garl E. Fromm Mr. and Mrs. Donald Fronk Mr. A. G Fusaro Mr. and Mrs. Glenn F. Gatian Mr. and Mrsqjames R. Gibson Mrs. Evelyn Gilbert Xir. and Nlrs. Herbert L. Godby Mr. and Mrs. Lee Val Gramm Mr. Mr. Mr. Mr. Mr. Mr. Mr. Mr, and Mrs. Mr. Mr. Mr. Mr. Mr Mr. Mr. Mr. s. Verna I Mr. and Mrs Mr. and Mrs Mr. and Mrs Mr. and Mrs Mr Mr Mr Mr Mr Mr Mr Mr Mr Mr . and Xlrs . and Mrs . and Mrs . and Mrs . and Mrs .and Mrs . and hlrs . and Nlrs . and Blrs . and Mrs Y x .QM as 'ai and Mrs. Chas. R. Griner and Mrs. Rudolph Gruber and Mrs. Russell W. Haeger and Mrs. Fred H. Hahn lall and Mrs. George D. Hart and Mrs. Richard Hathorn and Nlrs. Norman L. Hittinger . Lester E. Hodge .Clifford P. Howell . William E. Hutcheson . james A. Hylton . Donaldson E. jones . Byron T..johnson . Howard johnson .Stephen Dxjustice . john Kaldmo .john H. Kelly Leonard Kessinger Richard Koppman . Earl Kuper Roy Latham ...if IEP, , .... jane, Doug, and Sandy - relaxation in library. Bill vs. concession stand - Guess who won? Roger K. Lavery and Mrs. George Laycock and Mrs. and Mrs. and Mrs. W'illiam YV. Lehman Leroy Lemon Arnold Lewis and Mrsxjohn R. Lewis.Ajr. and Mrs. and Mrs. Donald E. Likes Bruce R. Lipe Mrs. Robert XY. Lovkridge Nlr. Nlr, Dr. Mr. Mr. and Mrs. and Mrs. H. D. Long,jr. Carl Longhauser and Mrsxjohn H. Ludwig and Mrs. .james B. Macke and Mrs. Eugene Maday Mrs. Roy Hughes Mr. Robert Marsh Richard L. Martin and Mrs. Thomas O. Martin Mr. and fvlrs. Xlr. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Nlrs, VVilliam hir. and Xlrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. Loraine Mr.john W. Mr. and Blrs, Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. George Nlarz Karl H. Maslowski john L. Mason Ralph Mathews xj. blaynard Carl H. fXIcArthur Dan McCollum Craycraft Meister Meister Wm. A. Metz Ben Miller Don H. Miller Ray Miltz Mrs. lmona May Moore 54 Nir. Mr. Nlr. Mr. Blr, Mr. Mr. Mr. Mr. Mr. Mr. hir. Mr. Mr. Mr. and Mrs and Mrs. William Moss and Blrs. Paul N. Murphy and Mrs. Dean Myers and Nlrs. William H. Nerl and Mrs. ljos. Nienaber and Xlrs. W'alenty Nowak and Mrs. William S. Paddock and Mrs. Simon G. Palm and Mrs. and Mrs. and Nirs. james H. Parrott David Pusack M. Blaine Rainier and Mrs. Rennie Raniey and Nlrs. and Mrs. Richard Reed Paul E. Reuseher .Walter L. Ric-hardson.,jr Nlrs. .jayne Ringler .. -.5 and Mrs. .james R. Robertson ind Mrs, Kent Rollins and Mrs. H, B. Rothwell , Robert Sfhoettker Earl li. Shakley Robert Sheatzley .jerry Schingleclecker Russell Shore Robert W. Short Elmer Smith Mr. Mr. z Mr. ' Mrs. Alice Sanders Mr.andN1rs Mr. and Mrs Mr. and Blrs Mr. :incl Mrs Mr. and Mrs Mr. and Mrs Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs Edward Stagnaro Mr. and Nlrs , Francis Sullivan 'incl Mrs. Harryllames 'lisehlaein E. Wayne 'l'itus Donald C. 'liostevin Thomas lralmish, Alr. Archie Troutman Xlr. . Mr.anrlN1rs. Mr. ztncl Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. Mr. and Mrs Mr. and Mrs Mr. and Mrs Mrs, Thelma Mr. and Mrs Mr. and Nlrs , Lynn R. YztnNess . Charles Ventura . Llnvd Wagner L. Nkegelin . Marvin Wells . Russell Wlemlell Main Lobby after hours. Ralph YY. Whisner I. William NYhitesides Karl il. Wilkcns Bill W'illiams L. W'ils0n Frank Whlli Carl XYnlliztngel Ralph XYtioclrtifli llsther Cl. W'onClwarcl Mr. and Mrs. -,li Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. .incl Mrs. Mrs. lilenora Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. Mr. :intl Mrs. Xlerrell l l. Zeter M yy Awmutxkz. ' . ... I . ,,.,..,., L N., I fs 5. 2 I' '1 55 s'frt1. uniors Lead Active Lives Row Unix' Ahlcs. Adams, .-Xirhollx. Alexander, Anderson, Baehner. Baeucr- lin. Baker. Bally. Barhery. Barnes. lfwzc' Yiwo: Beer. Beers. Beitenhaus. lien- edict. Brrgert. Betz. Bevinglon. Birkman. Borkhorst. Bolton. Bowers. Roz." Tlzrucr Boyd, Brafllord. Brallier. Brim. D. Brovk. R. Brock. Don Brown. K. Brown, Brunn. Buder. Rozf'l'?11u': Bumgarner. Bunch. G. Burbage, S. Hur- hage, Burger. B. Burton, C. Burton, P. Burton, Campbell, Carroll, Carter. Row 1"z'zw.' Caruso, Chandler, Christen, Churchill. Ciofli. Claxton, Cleve- land.Clii'1,Close. Cole, Collopy. Roz-f' Six: D. Cookxl. Cook. Cooke. Corken. Cornelison. Cornuelle. Corum. C. Cox. XV. Cox. Cravrraft, Razr' .S'f'z'wz.' Cumby. Cummins. G. Cunningham. Xl, Cunningham. Curtis. Dahlheimer. Darnell. Daughetee. Davidson. Davis. Deming. Rm." lfzglzl: Dierks, Dornzi. Duggan. Dunn. Edwards. Eldridge, Elslager. Emmert, Estes. England, Ojjliif-'V-Y-' LOFSUICF- V106-PFCS-Q Riley, SCCFCIHFYQ T0WflSlCy, TFCHSUFCF Evans' lhrlcy. Pottschmidt, President. .sfr , r s .. . '-f-,A , 4-J' V .lfmpkx K . T V., V I S 4 h A s ' .' . - ' ' . - x --.. . 'gif ag. - if ji K I 2 1 , . "1" 3 -Q A . -A 'vf frs s s . Y f il i I F - . '-.ff . Q. ' 5... -I nf ::" . irrr l D. ?i'3 5 I N ' ' Q i f.. iffgfi Y s Y. 5 ' ,, . , 4 " ' Q ' if .A ,. R V L . g ' C ' h V' l Wil , lk . 4 r . 1 s- . -.'-- A - s saifi l s ij 's QQ if ..,.1 if fi .I Q . s sf,s In A 5 7 I E i .. N E f, .vii X A an .. R k,.. S -K U . J . r"' - i -- :.- ,C is Q. 3 . -I X . E .K 1 K Z M k wiv is i . Q --1 V ' L V 5 'Q' . i 1 . 'T 1 il , ,Q l 1 S ? 'ri K D r ig.: A -1 A .. . , . X' . K . . eser s oe.s sri . f A ,. e ,. . .,.. , . s x E' - . f L . . li ir is L 7 A K .. 7: 2 A ..., C X . .' 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Horney. Houchen. Hughes. L. Hurst. R. Hurst..1ac'kson. James. Roz." .S'1x: Jansen. CL. Johnson. L. Johnson. Sharon Johnson. Susan johnson. A. jones. tloncs. Jordanujulien. Kattelman. Kattenhorn. Rolf' .S'Uz'en: Kawoski. Kayata. Keat- ing, Keifer. Kern, Kersting, Kindle, King. Kirby, Kirchen. Kleinfeldt. Row Eight: Kleinfelter. Kline. Knorr. Koger. Koller. Kuhl. Ladd. Latimer. Law- rence. LeClaire. Lester. Reppert. Myers. Brunn: This is work? L1 I ' if y 'i ' '. H xl lf in 'E' . Ex K' - . i .fi ' 7 . ., t ey bf :. :::"'.E:' .im Q5 Ki3?f?EIf U, Y 1 ft' wil ..-A ' if by . tg . ,,.g,,,M. was , R y 5 '-1:1 .e.:6fgf.' - f- A , Q, . 1 , is ..,, . ""N Yi l " X . . . w. . P . . K. ' -- N sf t. --In ,Q , - y, ix.: jg.. .H 1 , ggi.: H V V W 'v:r"1a.::1-.a :-we '-ns.-f.. W t :. : 'f1::'1:f'E:? i9WU'9?lif'lI1f,, L '-.'. , 4S1Hggvg9rf..1.yi,L, ::g,.:5:,,1:1:--,J-fy.-1.-wg,--,, V .. . ...,, 3 .. .. H I V i,. wE.r .A Hwy: Q . lg, , E Q , A Egg . . . . ". 3? i ' ' ' : X i W . 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Moss. Xlueller. Mullins. E. Murphy. Roni' Four: P Murphy. R. Murphy. Myers. Nam, Nash. Neligan, Nelson. Nilsen. Noble Norton. Nuetzel. Rum' l"Lz'e: Nunn, Oaks, O'Connor. Oliver, Oppenheimer Ornella. Paddock. Parkins, Parks. Patterson, Patton. Rim' Six: Pedersen Peebles. Peeno. Pennington, Phipps, Pierce. Potter. F. Pottschmidt, W Pottsvhmidt. Price. Pryor. Rom' Sez'u1z.' Pummill. Rabe. Ramundo. Randall Reed. Reese. Reiman. Reppert. Richards. Rieke, P. Riley. lbw' Eight: W' Riley, Rishel. Robertson. Rollins. Rowekamp, Rumble. Russ. Russell, Ryan Sahatina, Sanflker. Xu! Pzicluredr Combs. Currv. Forman, Gilchrist. Hageman. Ketchum. Lee llefl'Nels0n. Dianne Richards, Ritchie. Tappe. Townsend. Wentz. Row One: Schall, Schleieher, Schmid, C. Schmitt, ll. Schmitt, Schneider Schueneman. Schultz, Schwab, Scott, Seibert. Row Illllllf Shamblin, Sheets Shimler, Silz, Simmelink, Simmonds, Sinclair, Smythe. Somboretz, Sparrow, Speaks. Row Thrcc: Spencer. Stacy. Stambaugh. C Stevens. KI. Stevens. S Stevens, Stewart, Stoepel, Strunk. Struthers, Stump. Rau' lfour: Sullivan Swan, Switzer, Terlescki, Thuman, lostevin, Townsley, Uebel, Vandergrifl. VanNess, Varney. Row Five: C. Venturaul. Ventura, Vogely, Wade Wahlke, VVallace, vVZ1lVOOYd, VVarford, Watkins, Weas, Weil. Row Szx: Wettstein, VVhite, lNiggeringl0h, W'ilce, Cheryl NVilliams. Christine lVil- liams, D. lNilliams. K. Williams. P. Williams, K. NYilson. WV. Wilson. Roz: Seven: Wlittmeyer. lYolfer, Vfoolrich. l'Vorth. Wfright. Yerino, Yuhasz. Ze- manek, Zingg. Robin Reiman and favorite CEU class - Sir. Grooms's American History. -.-Www waive, ..., .,., , .sez f 'wfwta-arte .f,21,,. . . 5 k' E7 V "71l if 7 7 7 ii S 7 ' 'eg' - . . t saw ,r 7 V X 7 '- . We .W ' . " -W : . T ..--1. 'V 7 ii 'Ft ' S ' at me ' tym- 'k .1 is I ' K 5. ml N-0? mv.. 7523. at ,. -. f' ' W A W N D .- ' '- 'ii" "i' et K S ,.k- Z g -M Y, : I ,V If it ,Q 5 H ,L . ft- . 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Lflfvr, and Class Rings OlrY4'ICERS: Miller, Pres., Fairchild, Sec., Bellamy, Treas., Richey, Vice- Pres. so i Sophomores Find New World Row One! Adams. Allen. Anderson. Anthony, Applegate, Ashlcy. Ayer. Bagby, Baker, Barbour, Barleis. Rom' Two: Barrmess, Bates, Bauer, Baumgart, Behrmann, Bevington, Bellamy, Benzzi, Berger, Donnaxl. Berry, Donna S. Berry. Hou' Wires: Benson. Bickel. Biller. Black. Blackwell. Boat- man, Boeshers, Borman, B. Bowman, L. Bowman. Brzlley. Ir'm4.VF01ir.' Brock, G. Brown, R. Brown, Brunsman. Budai, Buder, Bueg, Burck, Bur- ton, Bushman, Cameron. Row 1"z'z.Ve.' Carl Campbell, Claudia Campbell, D. Carr, P. Carr, Carson, Chester, Chilton, B. Clark.,I. Clark, Clements, Cof- fey. Row Six: Cole, Connelly, Cook, Cooley, Coomer, S. Cooper, T. Cooper, YY. Cooper, Corbly. V. Corhly, Corcoran. Row Seven: Cox. Cropper, Crosby, Cumby,'VC'unningham, Curee, CUFFISS, Curry, Danilo, C. Davis, H. Davis. Row Eight Decker, DeSalvo, Doerr, Drake, East, Ecton, Elliott, Emery. 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Steve and Ptttti examine program at their iirst Christmas Formal. ,,,.,,w 65 Faeult Promotes New Classroom Techniques. NIR. PHILIP ADANIS - Peabody College, NI.A. English, History. NIR. DUANE ALLREAD 3 Nliami University. NI. Ecl. College Counselor. NIR. .IOHN BAGOT x Xavier Un- iversity. NI. Ed. History. NIR. ARTHUR BRADFORD - Eastern Kentucky University, B.S. Boys' Physical Education. NIR. CHARLES L. BROVVN - Nliami University, B.S. Athletic Di- rector. History. NIRS. LAURA CALDWELL - Lander College, B. A. Mathematics, Science. NIRS. NIILDRED H. CLARKE - University of Georgia. B. A. English. NIR. NIARVIN COLLINS - Georgetown College. BS. Chemistry. NIR. DENNIS DEYINE 3 Universi- ty of Cincinnati, B.S. Business, COE Coordinator. NIRQIERRY DUNN - Eastern Ken- tucky University. B. S. Graphic Arts. NIRS. DOROTHY ESSEX - XYash- ington State University, B. A. Art, Humanities. NIISSJUDIE I-'RAKES - University ofCineinnati. B. S. English. Business. NIR. WOODROW' FRANCE - Eastern Kentueky University, B. S. Nlathematics. NIR. ROGER GROONIS - Wil- mington College. B. S. Speech. Dra- ma, History, Humanities. NIR. CARLOS HAMILTON - Nliami University. NI. Ed, History, Geography. NIR. PAUL HANIILTON - NVil- mington College, B. S. Business. NIRS. JEAN SAWYER HARRIS - Columbia University. NI.A, English. Humanities. NIR. WILLIAM HARRIS - Nflar- shall University, B. History, Driver Education. NIISS NIYRTLE HEID - Nlilligan College, B. A. English. NIISS ,IUDY HINCHIXIAN - Han- over College, B. A. English, .journal- ism. MISS ANABE'I'Il HUDSON - Ball Stats' Ilnivvrsity. li. .-X. Frcnvh, Spam- ish. MR, IZlJW'.-XRD IIOFFER --- Xavier University. B. A. Ilnqlish. MISS S.'XNDR.'X LINDSAY - Bowl- ing Grown State L'nivcrsin'. B. S. Eng- lish. MR. MICIHAEI. MANNILRINO - Xavier Liniversity. M. Ed. Instrumen- tal Xlusicx MR. .IAMES MCIBRAYIQR --- Mi- ami University. Ii. S. Biology. MRS. SII.-XRON MCDERMOTT - Uhio Sigue Linivcrsity, B. S. Business. MISS DORIS IIICAN Mlilifili W Uniwisity of Cincinnati. B. S. Art. NIR USFPII XIII LIQR Ifnixer sity uliliinttinntiti, M. Ed. Boys' Physi- Cal Ecluvzition. "W ' onel " . i I 'GN-1 I X :7 Z. :I C 75 :J r: -1 rs .21 -1 fa fu 2 JE :V 'U Q 'J Z 5 3 rv 'I WWW . wc-f:m?!'fii-'SCPEYS inclwiches for vvcry- s N frfe- 'il' MRS. PAUI.INIi MINIJICR 4 Ohio Linivcrsity. M. S. Homt' I'it'o1iomic's. "RCmCmber. kiclrlics. tlonit sniztck your lips!" ri 3 , MISS DORIS Ml'l'CI-IEI.L - Ohio State Lhiversity, M. A. Mathematics. MR. JOSEPH MOLER - VVilming- ton College. B, Drawing. MR. ROBERT MOORE - Univer- sity offlincinnati, B. S. Mathematics. MRS. 'IHELMA MORGAN - Col- lege of Nursing and Health, Universi- ty of Cincinnati, R. N. School Nurse. MRS. JANET MORRISSEY - University of Cincinnati, M. Ed. Counselor MISS VERA M. NASH - Universi- ty of Cincinnati, M. lid.g University of Kentucky. School ol' Library Science. Librarian. MR. DON PARKS - Morehead College. B. S. History. MISS PEGGY ANN PORTER - Miami Lfniversity. B. S. Nlathemzitics. Miss Mitchell to class - 'lkrc you listening?"! i l . 68 .. . Q. 'YQ vi . .1 ,tm if MR. IVILSON ROSEBRAUGI-I A Nliami University, B. S. Business. MISS MARY .IO RUGGIERI - Kent State University. B. Girls' Physical Education. MRS. DOROTHY SCOTT - Miami University, B, S. Girls' Physi- cal Education. MR. JOSEPH SHAFER - Ohio State University, M. Ed, Chemistry, Physics. MR. PARKER SLAVEN A Eastern Kentucky State College, B, S. Wood, Power Mechanics. MR. WAYNE SOMMER - Ohio Northern University, B. Biology. MRS. DORTHA STEARNS - Ash- land College, B. A. English. Latin. MR. CHESTER R. STORER - Xavier University, M. Ed. Industrial Arts. MRS. MARY STRUKE Y Miami University, B. Spanish. MR. DALE SWISHER - Ohio State University, B. S. Music. MR. RICHARD TOBIN - Xavier University, B. S. English. MR. KIOHN VANGORDEN f Hillsdale College, B. A. Business MR. KIAIVIES WALKER 4 Cincin- nati Bible Seminary, B. A. Special Education. MR. RICHARD WALTERS 4 Miami University, M, Ed, Counselor. MR. JERROLD WARD - George- town University, School of Foreign Service, B. S, F. American Govern- ment. MR. RICHARD WESP W Universi- ty of Cincinnati, B. S., College Con- servatory ofMusic.g Vocal Music. X. 01 it SJW' WW ii While i MR. BERNARD WHITEHOUSE - Indiana University, M. Ed. Ameri- can Government. MR. WAYNE WILLIAMS - Ohio University, B. S. German, MR. VIRGIL WILSON - Xavier University, M. Ed. Ecole Practique de L'Alliance Francaise, French. Athletics E Yiiflf Spirits sour: Redskins 21 voiniiigd SCOIQCS .iliflflliw Cllizirgef lf'IJHl777lf Geri is up in the ziir Zlilfllll something, Anderson NIeNicholas Anderson Anderson Anderson Anderson Anderson Anderson Anderson Anderson Q 5 Loekland Reading Taylor Greenhills Glen Este Norwood Wfyoming Princeton Guth carries as team mates provide encouragement ,xii Tift Football r Row One: Richardson, Capt., Schueneman, Worth, Row Two: Hons, Wym- Coaches: Callahan, Hoffer. Bradford, Harris, MillerK.Yo1f Pzdzlmff er, Row Y7zr'ee.' Robertson, Vogely. Rom' One: Ornella, Oiflonnor, King. Townsley, Long, Darnell, Maslowski, Brim, Terlesclci, Guth, Keating. Pedersen, Henveld, Row Two: Coaches Miller and Holler, Kattelman, Nienaber, Ellis, Rothwell, Murphy, 'VIar7 Rimhirds W' Pottsehrnidt Ludlow Hoffrogge, Schingledecker, F. Pottschmiclt, Houchen, Locsvher, ' i ,, ' 4 , . , , Mims, Coaches, Harris, Bradford, Callahan. ig is 1 El E7 12 6,31 R Row Omar McDaniel, Carter, Esslinger, Curfiss, Foster, Hughes, Carr, Morra, Row Two: Strief, Hall, Schmid, Chilton, Braley. Pedersemjustice, Harris, Kantz, McCann, Matthews. Kaufman. Coach Holler. 73 'Ullman-.L. L 5 Basketball l?E.5'1L'Hl'l:' C,'lll:'l:'Rl.!:'i-111151655 Borman Hall Capt ' Kirby H Campbell. . . .1 v. anni. Wolf l.,lW,.,,l.,, 1 ll. 1, ,.l, 5 .W,l.-, I1-1R.S'1Y'l'fjll1:'1fRLEAD1il6.S': Hons. lVymer. Srhueneinan. Worth. Voge- lv. Robertson. Varsity Basketball Record Anderson 56 Glen Este 50 Anderson 54 Nlariemont 52 Anderson 59 Lockland 60 Anderson 65 Batavia 60 Anderson 50 Lincoln Heights 52 Anderson 48 Withrow 70 Anderson 46 Greenhills 52 Anderson 80 Amelia 61 Anderson 71 Reading 57 Anderson 61 W'yoniing 55 Anderson 80 Norwood 77 Anderson 77 Princeton 57 Anderson 44 lNlcNicholas 46 Anderson 68 Colerain 69 Anderson 86 Xlilford 48 Anderson 104 Taylor 63 Anderson 63 Oak Hills 84 Anderson 67 lN1t. Healthy 64 Varsity tg,-Qs lefil-Q' Ona: llzill. Klgrg Sliimler. Ellis. Brzillier. Latimer. Mgr. Rom' Tzw: Clnacih P. Hzimilion. Davis. Xlillcr, Xlc.Xrthur. Rainier. Scliinglerleclcer, Sei- i Reserve l Miller rushes 'lliylor player in critirzil moment, Ruff' Uma' Potter. Mgr.: Jones. Xliller. Klurfiss. Yziiiglin. Norton. Rui," fznfi. Clone-1161. Hamilton. Nlzillliews. Blzirli. lfcrgusnn. Hans. XY4ilters. Giniiin. Pzirentsi Night - l96i. c 4 , . X A . 4 Q V l 75 'f 3 Q is aj! Pep Club Perks Up School Spirit Pep Club members refute rumor that Anderson lists no school spirit -- we have spirit? Pep Band-Incentive for Action Bocsherz, Boatman. Bopp. NIiller,lN'ilc't1ri1lm,Schroerlcr, Biflctle,C1l:trk,Scott. 76 Cross Countr Runners Need Both Speed and Endurance Row Uma' Bueg. Sullivan. Potter. Taylor. Kern. Firth. Dunn. Mgr l ttimer Rout Tz.'w.' Coach Hamilton.Blac'kentht1n,lVeis. Schultz. Httthorn Lixtotlt Capt. XYoll'. l,uclwig. Patterson, Mgr. Scliniiclt, Norton. Patterson, Btieg - Nlercurys sans wings! Record of The Season MEET Reading Anderson H.C,S,L. H.C.S.L. Nlizimi Lniversity H.CI.S. L. fxlt. Healthy District Regional State PLAC Ili l Z 8 l 24 4 1 3 7 40 Andy in twelvevmile race -W it brisk morning stroll 'QI' Q ,r-ff ,ff ,. A,-vw Wrestling Although considered 21 minor sport, wrestling this year had more members than any other winter sport. ln the state contest Craig Henevelcl upheld the honor ol'.iXnflerson in the heavyweiglit class. fourh ll ui is to R imunrlo und X offs-lv: "Cm in there and whop 'cm Nor." Uma' Pgirhzim. Dunn. Yogely. Ciox. Rzindzill. Rll'i1I'fi. Roz" Y'zw: Koller. Rush. li. Caruso, Kern, Lguhnm. l"oslc'11 Russell. Roz." 'llmw : Clozich Hzirris. Xloorc. Cluriiso, Pottschmirlt, Nlllfl, llenevelcl. lliirwfivld. Sn'hr'occler', Rgirnunrlo. 41411115112 From umlc-rflog to winner, .5 'V ' ' 6 x me -"ns,.,u.f ee ,E i ,Q ,, V gs Q4-nlsznsfs-f ii? ein' Ei 1 wwfwfwilw- H ,I W g? 'mails 'gswgf f 3- ij Q :gf , , ,.m f bi K Roz." One: Burttncss. Spriggs. lflmer. Proctor. Clztpttrros. Morgan. fiiles ' Rui." Yizuof Clozich lnimmert. Brchm. Hartke. Laycock. Patton. l-light. lfusa ro, Mackenthun. lfuw Y77rt'u.' Clollzthon, Spitzmillcr, Lockriclge, 'llhuman Cooke, Nlurphy, liehrmann. Pottschmidt. Coordination and Endurance Swimming is a sport, which not only developes endurance, but also aids our boys in remaining in condition throughout the winter months. Gregg's championship form places him fifth in state meet. Over ,. clown . , kick . pull? On your mztrk . . . relay licgins. u- av 'M '.DFin4le-,wrt - - - -"' WW , lim , -P-f H ' -er x S Guth beats throw to first. Murphy and O'Connor keep eyes on first. ,L i, w if VARSITY. R ow One: Guth, Gray, Cox, Reed, Deming. Row Two: McCann, Bally, Keating, Murphy, Ellis, Forg, Ornella, tured, Corken. . . Coaches Harris, Holler examine batting averages. Olflonnor, Coach Harris. Nu! Pzc F' 4 -3 80 Baseball: Major Spring Sport Although inclement weather postponed many games this year, the Varsity and Reserve baseball teams attained good won-lost records. With excel- lent pitching and high batting and fielding averages both teams did a superbjob of whipping their oppo- I'1C1'1lS. Hall anticipates pitch, RESERVE, Row One: Hall, Curry, Silz, DeSalvo, Claxton,Jones. Row Two Matthews Woodwird Ross C hilton Pederson McD1n1els Watson Brtllle Kaufmann, Coach Holler, Track, Tennis, and Golf . .Spring Sports Emil " Jffvifiifigflg Better lurk next lima: Seihcrt. Pottschlnidt shows rorrert form used when hc posed for th? "Discus 'fhrmv cr". Rm" Umm' 'l'u5lexin. Mgr: Burg. Bfilll. I.r1c'kr'idgc. XYhisrwr', Ifoster. YYiIhs, Sciherl. If Prrrlschrniril. XY, Ponbrhrnidt. Rglinirr. Schulll, Kt'SSiI1QCI'. Thu- Dunn. Kvrn. 'l'ims. Rivkalrri. Hull. Sxvgln. Mgr. Rm" l':.'w.' KI. Hmnihnn. rnunn. IJ.Hull.Swir7ex',jm1s1iw.Willinnls, l5mciILnI'ci. Ciozlvh, CI0g1L'h1 W'z1rlLorcl. Xloorr. l'11lIersnn, YVUIY. Hznhnrn. Bulngzlrncr. Hoffroggc. 82 'E for Active Andersonians. Ty Clark eflectively wards off attack, Row One: Young, Malaney. Ludwig. Razz' Two: Clark, Doggette, Sommer, Coachg Ferguson, While. Monsey in rough - please replace all divols, Brunsman, Wahlke, Vogely, Monsey, Patton, Miller. Coach ll' l ls H, ls,l4 fl' lx Activities f . I ' x . 5 L QE:--w ' ' ' In .5512f'T :" I "ii:" l f flu Am 'X 'xt ' , Q ,Q "' A - . I A ' A 'L ,wafi g ?-2 fw A 'li ,X H Y PX 'V' hyd' l A 'iz il L-me Cl.f1RI.Y1jY' CHOIR. Rffzf' Ona: Bodmcr. Hurst. NIV Elhaney. YYhisn0r'. Hulhi Put ter. Rm." Y'zm.' Vvlbflfifllflh. Kir chcn. Oberrncyer. Xlcflollum. Rlyers. Williams. L'm'crzz1U,t Cuddeback. 5 M01 C,'l.,,llx'l.YlfTQI '1XY'l1'Y'. Pusuck. Harris, Bodmer.Hz1rder. Frerking. BR.-lS.S' CIIOIR. Rm." Umz' Norton, Schroeder Band Miller. Rua." l'z.'w.' NIZIFIIII. Hglrdcr, Iulcirmigc' Gilchrist. BOLHIHLIN. F71 -aw if 87 RIF. Mannerino puts body English' into his work. r I ' i Q i H 3 K E , f 5: V, 4 E , . F . W9 SYYfl.YCl CIIUIR. Roz." Una: Nfiihlbergvr, Fcnstermmher. Boyd, Hart, .5'YY3lNfl QI vfiR'l'1t'Y'.' Hart, Boyd. Ciilrhrist, l'f:ii'T Bommiin. Pfziiff lffm' 'l'zsw.' Cllcmvrits. Schultz, Nfilcs, Kiefcl, Gilchrist, Arithcviiy, Hzirdcr. Qrchestra Lewis, W'ilc'onib await cues at Christmas Concert, 88 use '- , K an 0' i . . 1 ' -"' , m, .A ' Q, I if Rur."U114'.' LiflI1.ZiIlgg.RfJZNI' Y':."o: Clollopy. .'Xg1r'z1nt. Clzxplg Nerl. 5. ' fb ,, ffm . Q W ,f ' Mil A - M ,f.,, -X ..,,.,..,:,l,.. .,:,,.:.Z., ...6. ,.., . ,:, . ., . .W I 4' f I W' - ' ' ' ' . 4,. A. .. ,,,,.fifLm M , - laws. Waf- ly .. .A S.. 1 ,gyfp IWW:-ex M A . .4 - Q . gig, A. A . ,. ,, ,A 51-'YN mf? if-' , - -' , H A V, , ,. :wwf . -E f' 4 ' Vi L f N rg ,, . , ' 'I Y , fic," V i H Z ' 5,51-I-. ,, , - A M, .I ry 5 , v- -X L M- M ,A by :,-Y, E W I . ,. f u. f 4 f ' . .5 ' k 5 - ' i ' G V 72 ANDERSON . ' 2 K E. if K ' I I f in MARGHINCL if ' s 5 P' 1 , JH "4 mg, L 'M e -1 , 1 f , 4 1' - 1593 -fi T "-'Q " V ' V ' ' Q Q t It .,., it W A A V, , V W Ml gvqakf . . 4 .ZZ .WA-'f 2 ?aY:g'21,g,'gq!4": f k - M -fi-gm,-:E-Ay? fig 1.3-,imyfw Q--H5-.,x --T2 . -- .- -ff ,- 5320, 3.-Jap if-4.,.,',f -ff: -fm ,Mn -' : 6 3:44 , lx vw il-'mg-",:', -.ff xfx-.L-ge, .. , - u, Q, xy ' 1. .v -if-2, ' g Q fr -1-kg 1 9s.f,'mf1J'r--'V-4-az gm V fxlilf' ' .gfa glg 2 ff 'MTS X f S A arching Band Hayes. Vetlerhoffbr, Lester, Lehman. Hzxllrr, Capt 7 K wr. 90 Girls' Chorus Adams, Aicholtz. fXlex:incler', Bzigliy. Beers. Brlirmzinn Betz. Bcvinqion. Blackwell, liormiin, Bowers, lirork Cameron, Gzirr. fllzirk. Clilt, Clollopy, Cooley, Clrop per. Dziughetee. Davis, llocrr. lillioil. lf. liniery, S Emery, Englnml, lfuirchilcl, lfinnen, Fisher. l"lrtc'liei' Funke. Gerwe, Gibson. Gilchrist. fiooclrirh. Cliiynn Hall. Hamm. Hanson, Heller. Hihner, Hicks, Hill Hoover. Hurst. Hylton. Qlenncmgin, ulohnson. Kzipps Kirby. Martin.NIc'Bee,lNIelyin.Nlit1'hell,Nzish,Ohcr meyer. Petrey. Pierce. Poppr. Powell, Prcwilt, Puszick Reese, Riehiirdson, Richey, Rishel, Rollins, Simms link, Smith. Smythe. Yaindcrhill, YzinNcss, Ycilerliol' ler. Wlillace, Wlirfl. Wells. YN'hitC,-I, W'illizims, K Williams, P. YN'illiams. K. Wilson, l,. Wilson, Xyoll' Zemanek. Zinga, Zingg. Debbie Collopy: Sloles look better thu- way! U lianzlmzo, mm llwzriu 4, .. W vi Q A if YQ! 3 f , lh N ' q H Q I ' 74 Je A Q ' i 6 M ,, V VM .,i5,, W , A 9 ' 1 ' Q ' iff sf ' . ' . ' Q 4 li I in iw.a"" , f Wesper at work . . . reason for his ulcer. Mixed Chorus ,XIIXEIJ 1f.N'Sli,XIHI.E: Hamilton, NVymer, Pfafjf, WVOrth, Timmons, Harris, Y'RlPLlf TRIO: Kelly, l'li1Hi, Mziclny, W'cgclir1 Boatmnn, Smit, Biclclle Qnot OCTEYT 'l'erlesc'ki, NlCl"zirrc'n, liumgurner. Wiggcringloh. liovkriflgfy Miller, Cornuclle, Hanni, Wlorth, Vogcly Knot pic' picturcclb. Brock. Shaklsy, Biddle fllfll picturcflb, luredb. 93 Boys' Chorus A fairly new organization, Boys' Chorus has parti- cipated in many projects during the year. These in- clude the Christmas greens sale, the Thanksgiving assembly, and the Christmas concert. Dave Mclfarren, Heather Tischbein at lhtinksgiving Assembly. lfp to new heights - Boys' Chorus receives lixcellent rating at District lion- l NNI. ICM." flmz' Cllgixton. Silz. Ptirham. Ringler, Yogcly. Ruff' fzfw: l'ivrt-c, liiitt- rnrss. 1605" l"oz,tr,' Carson. Corum. Knorr. Nilsen, Cotton, Sicgcl, llttve Hall. ilo, Sloriconi, Hudson, Laycock. DeSzilvo, Hopp. llcc lltill, lfnzw 'l7m't'f Chilton, Black,Curry. Lltncr. Owens. Bockliorst, Nlatlhews, Brim, Cluth, Xlilclirll, Clziliztn, liiirt- ,. 1, ft-vf .W f-t- Mmmnwnng w Homecoming 1966: Homecoming 1966 proved to be another delightful and romantic evening, The new Homecoming Queen, Nancy Armstrong, began her reign, and music filled the air. Blclfarren. JXLIFKIHI. Xlonsev. Armstrong. Ashlev. Riley. Ringler crowning Ui-f,2L1L'CH. Ylflflf Junior Class steams to victory with Von Millers Express. Bottom: Anclersons pride and joy - Homecoming victory! 1965 Quccn Phyllis Lyman crowns successor, Nancy Armstrong. Q! 'l:'lf.Y,-l.Y1J CO1 'HY.'llanc Bcllamy. Patti Rilcy, Pamcla Aarant, Queen Nancy Armstrong. Carol Lehman. Barbara Hall. Linda Nunn. i 'f L an x - - ai 11 i . . T3 wg fi. is mi 'Q 5 'il' 'Z fm' 1-6 f If Q Q Q M W 1 ,ff l A f 1: fr i -T . . . r--- : 96 Autumn Tradition . . Homecoming Laughter and enjoyment fill the air . . . a gala event . . . all anxiously await the crowning ofthe Home- coming Queen for 1966 . . . court is presented . . all the girls are lovely . . , game must continue , . . Nancy wins . . . Juniors grab float trophy . . . we win . . . follow the leaves to the dance . . . dreamy music . . . wonderful moments . . . twelve olclock . .. time to go. ..there's moreto come . . . ah, it was a marvelous evening. Editor Shakley entertains Bunch with her skill at marbles. fx --,--, ,aw K, ,, Queen Nancy and escort, Craig Heneveld, smile proudly during presentation. Symbols of fall lend romantic glow to evening, HONIECONIING 66 1-li .,- Anita V. and What's His Face: 'tNummy num num?" l pl-'f rg 2 , , , My SWEETHEARTAND COL'RY'.' Carol Lehman, Carol Martin, June Sheatzlev, Heather Tischbein, Linda Frerking. Nlaririnne Pfiwenrnaier.-judy Monsey. Sue limery. Band ight Band Night, 1966 a memorable night! Everyone arrived early for the game against Norwood. As they marched through the Hourglass, the Marching Band Seniors realized that this would be their hnal performance, and tears came to their eyes. Band President, Gil Stagnaro, Crowned Sweetheart Carol Lehman and bestowed the traditional bouquet and kiss. The Band Sweetheart Dance topped the even- ing - a romantic, gala night. Little Boy Thomas, come blow your hornl Candles sct mood for Formal. llonngl to Santa: L'lN'liat a liinny-looking beard you haveln fp-M y it its x ffm' z.fvn'fff fIU7I.X . . Christmas Formal On December three and twenty the Christmas Formal was held, the first really dress-up occasion of the year . . . beautiful girls and their dates . . . Santa Claus early for the festivities , . . the white doggy door prize . ,. red and white theme ... flocked tree with ribbons on its branches . . . spin- ning crystal ball . . . a perfect evening . , . the per- fect way to end 1966 and begin 1967. For Barney and Gay , . . another happy memory. ty f f: 1+ S, siwzet f "7fFlfi'5ji SiiY ta' 'sis mggisiffzf is ' .. 9 A A g h ,wa -.aw Holiday laughter. A H ls calm 'ICH' and Debbie exchange nulcs 49 101 unior-Senior Prom Q T? gi, if s LE ti? - 2 PROM l.'A.YDIlJA 7'Iz'.S', Rim' Ona: Tisrhbein, Pfitzenmzucr, Queen Mon- Sweet musicand romantic' evening. sry, Shezitziey. Martin. lfllff' Yt."f1: Nlaslowski. Henevt-ld, King Schingledeck- rr. Whlf. I I I O'Conner to Gerwe: 'kYou say the Orientzils have strange-looking garbage cans Andy and Ueellcc discuss the eventful trip over the bridge. 102 , hsfzpim J, Mx- ., .iv ew 1 Q ,em ,fm QW um Grooms Improves on Christie In accordance with his more or less sadistic nature, Roger Grooms, drama director, made a few alterations on Ten Lilzfe ln- dians. Those who had read the play were electrified to see, not the downfall of the madman, but his triumphl ., s , w er? Fmuiilfw' Now wc know. my darling? N Phillip tSweetD begins to suspect Vera tlienshawl. Sybil Marston Cfiibsonj discovers that her evil deeds are known Rogers tMcl"arrenj, Narracott QI-lahnb. and Nlrs. Rogers tPusackj discuss problems olithe day. 104 3 :.E , A Blore fliuhnenj. Armstrong Cliodmerl. l.ombard CSweetD. Lind Vera Qldenshawj discover sixth Teetotziler Emily Brent Cljfafll portrays disgust with tt hivarre murder. dai' 5 youth. XYargrave to Yera: "I Il1LlSl haxe my hanging Class of 1967 Presents Agatha Christiejs Ten Little Indians Cast Fred Narraeott . . . .,.... . , . Doug Hahn Mrs. Rogers .... ,.,... B arb Pusaek Rogers ........., . . , Dave NleFarren Vera Glaythorne .... .... B arb Henshaw Phillip Lombard ..... ...... B ill Sweet VVilliam Blore ......... . . Bruce Kuhnen Dr. George Armstrong . . . . . . George Bodmer Sybil Xlarston ..ii..... ..... X Ian Gibson General MacKenzie .... . . . Will Doggette Emily Brent ........ .... Z esta Pfatl 'Iusticte Wargraxfe . . . .... Glifl Hayes 11 Helf'11XYz1clcQfiilvllrislllrivsmsnlxepreclifnment OllXlSlIlIlQII117lllt'I'. Eileen Qlllnmij und Ruth QSc'huCnemanj stock up on lJI'C2llil-2151 llnncls. M l lr? :L Y. f Brazilian consul Qfiaparrosj wishes ship captain fWhi1eD to be as humble as crew QBrock, Marshall, Terlescki, Scott, Schmidtbg Ruth, Eileen and Mrs. Sherwood Chleyerl agree. Class of 1968 Presents My Sister Eileen bv Joseph Fields 81 Jerome Chodorou Mr. Appopolous . . Ruth Sherwood . . . Eileen Sherwood . . Jensen .,....,... Pair of drunks . . i Lonigan .... The Wreck ..,. Mr. Fletcher .... Helen Wade ..... Frank Lippencott . Chic Clark ..... Cossack .,..... Violet Shelton . , . Mrs. Wade ...... Robert Baker .... Six future admirals Mrs. Sherwood . . . Prospective Tenant Brazilian Consul ..... . . CAST Jeff Wfiggeringloh Holly Schueneman . . . . . . Kris Hanni . . . Brian Terlescki . . . Carl Schmidt Paul White Roger Bumgarner . . . Pearl Varney KenScott . . . Andy Gilchrist . . Pete Struthers . . . Mike Loescher . . Brian Terlescki Patlieifer . Diane Daughetee . . Chip Townsley . . Scott, Marshall, White, Schmidt, Terlescki, Brock. . . . . Nancy Meyer . . . . Karen Kirby . . ,Jorge Caparros w - , Nlariy loves of Eileen Sh d Robert Baker Qlownsleyj, Chic Clark Cluoesrherj d Frank Lippencott CStru '1 Mr. Appopolous QW gg gl hh begs sisters to return his artistic masterpiece, 107 Book Voice Finch .... Catch . . . jenkins .. Johnson . . . Tackaberry Biggley Rosemary . Bratt ..... Smitty . , . Frump .... Miss Jones Top: Opening tabl How to Succeed in Business Without Cast Bill Sweet . . . . . Chip Townsley . . . . Don Reppert . . . Carl Schmitt . . . ..... Gary Granger . , . .... Mike Behrmann . . . . . . Jeff Wiggeringloh . . . ....... Judy Maday . . . Niike Loescher . . . Holly Schueneman , .... Brian Terlescki . . . . . Geri Wymer Mr. Twimhle . Hedy LaRue . . Scrubwomen . . Miss Krumholtz Toynbee ..... Ovington ..... Wickette Girls Policeman ..., Womper ..... T.V. Announcer linllnmf g'Collce Breakfl , . . .....,,.. Ken Scott Krisha Fairchild Linda Koppman Nancy Meyer Ann Behrmann . . . . . . Bruce Kuhnen . .... Pete Struthers . . . .Ian Gibson Patti Riley . . . . Pearl Varney . . . . . . . . Jim DeSalvo . . . . Nic Valle R, 108 Reall Tr ing. Yhfn: lfrump t'l'crlcsckil aml lwimhle lwoilh clclmate xaluc oi' thinking "l'hc Clompany Wan lgflfffllflf l'icr'rc t'uwI11zI3ztt111tm llllfflflllf ffwzflx 'fry pom lfllllill tvliowuslcyl am mg, The Frank Loes Director . Producer ,... Yocal Director Orchestra ..., Choreographer lfix ser and Abe Burrows Musical. . . Roger Grooms . . . Ken Ftirrier . ...,. Richard Wesp . . Michael Nlarmcrino A A ...r... Jane Nliles fu---an Bratt Clmescherj and Smitty fSCl'1L1CIlCITNlI'1D meet ncw secretary UD llccly l.aRuc thairchilclb. "Groumlhogl" from Clmml UM Ivy pcrlormed by Bigglcy OYiggeringlohD and Finch Qlowrisleyj. W F lf sf. 5l1Ht'xN lx 1n1v1e1I11pu1'IKul1I Ill I'1m'l1 Illglll Rmz'11mr'x. r!wz.f'.' Big liucl l"r'L1n1pilul1w vc1'ylittlc'jrmlw. e az V . , . .. X I IM: BIALlTI..1i'I1klI14. 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Lffavf-'i5!: 1:"9Q--mv , ,...,,,....-. , ' 4 gb 'I I O N 4 wg, if 1' H, :Eff f 11 4 'M' to V X f 91 xg. mr ' ffm Student Council During the 1966-67 school year, Student Council has bought lights for the flagpole and trees for the circle, had A-Day, held bottle drives, helped AFS raise funds, given the Outstanding Member Award to Carol Martin, sold fire extinguishers, sponsored dances, changed election procedures, promoted a smash musical, awarded a scholarship, donated Mr. Furrierls time and talents to the school, and provided tons of hard work and fun for both mem- bers andthe rest ofthe students alike. Row One: Lehman, Treasg Tischbein. Histg W'oIf. Pres. lfllif' Y'z."n.' Aarant. Rec, Sec., Sheatzlev. Cor. Sec.: Fusaro. Yice-Pros. Row One: Fusaro. Wolf. Roz." Y'wu: Biddle. Sheatzley. Stagnaro. Frerking. Clark. Riley. Roz," 7'hrw.' Claparos. Aarant, Lehman, Nerl. Schingledecker Shore. Pfitzenmaier, Tischbein, Gibson. Richardson. Cuddeback. Shakley Xlaslowski. Roy' Four: Pottschmidt. Varriey, Pierce. johnson, Henshaw Nash. Loescher. Whitesides. Nlcflollum. Titus. Robertson. Hall, Bodnicr. Rav' Fz'z'a.' Miller. Corken. Xlcllziniels. Parhzim. Richey. Adzirns. Hurst. Kaps, Funke.Vanderbilt.Daughetec.Chjohnson,K.XN'illiams.N.XN'illi1ims. Worth, Corcoran. Brock. F as Chess Club Chess Club, now in its second year, is designed for those who are interested in complicated strategy. Under the direction of Mr. Shafer, members can relax after school with at good chess match. .S'zmng: llziyes, YV:-is, Hahn, hlellc..S'l1z1zflzf1g.' Decker, Harris, Neutzel. Horn' Uma' Hurt. liziysingcr. Clonslincr, 'l'r'outmzm, Mitchell. Kneidl, Wells, Noble. Horn' Y'z,f1o.' Olmslezid. ixl2lIll'1CYVS, Nlcllzmicls, iXll'l,2lUgllllH. Schmidt. Hayes, jordan, llntliorn. , 'i 1 - ', :gf 'YZ' Spectrum Each year students from sophomore, junior, and senior English classes create original pieces of liter- ature. Some of these masterpieces hnd their way, after careful scrutiny and elimination, into the An- derson anthology, Spectrum. Through the efforts of Mrs. Harris and the Spectrum stall, the entire school can share the feelings and expressions of their fellow students. Bodmer, Co-Editorg Harris, Adviser: Cuddeback, Co-Editorg Pusack, Busi- ness Chmn.g Bolce, Art Editor. Row One: Herring, G. Shakley, Klennem Hodge, Constiner, Cuddeback, Behrmann, Struthers, Doggette. 117 an, Davis, Pusack, Heller. Row Two: Gatian, T. Shakley, Harris, Foster, Hermann, Bodmer. Row 7-I'!I'f'if.' Tischbein, Iqnalgy-KS-Onian The record of a year, the picture ofa school -its varying moods and changing patterns of activity - this is the 1967 Ander.s'onz'an. Under the guidance of Miss Vera Nash, your year- book staff has sought to produce a book of memo- ries, to give you a picture of yourself, in order that in years to come, as you scan these pages, you may say, HOh, that was the year that I won a scholar- ship . . . participated in the musical . . . sang in the Christmas concert . ., helped in the library . .. wrote that long term paper . . . made a new friend. What a glorious year it was! 'l AD VERYYSERS: Martin, Kaps, Korcman, Funke, Ncligan. Cropper, Hath- orn, Cooper. i l ,lack - our dedicated OD photographer. Karen Miltz and Gayle Shakley, co-editors, plan introductory section. Ramey, G. Whitesides. 'llitus rush for dead- D. Whitesides, Heller, Simmonds, Neligan lay out ling, Pusack and Gilchrist, copy editors, are inspired. sophomore pages. 118 4 Row One: Lipps, Rieke, Hubbard, Lewis. Row TMJ: Petersman, King, Laughlin, Kayata. Nerl, Balmos, Burbage, Latimer. R. bebel. lNilk, Wol- Martin, Connelly, Moss, Berry, Hart, A. ljcbel. Razz' Y7zrac: McDermott, liangel. Adviserg Miles, Dennler, Reuscher, Sanders, Noble. Fitzpatrick. Mc- FBLA Efficient office personnel are hard to find, but An- derson annually contributes her share to the busi- ness world. Through the in-school and on-the-job training programs, girls ofthe Future Business Leaders of America become experienced in the use of many types of office machinery as well as in the techniques required both for seeking and for hold- ing ajob. President Robertson exhibits key punch machine to Treasurer Daviclson. Sec- retary Craycraft, and Vice-President Noell. L I 4 I I I i I I I 1 I 5 Q 'Hhs . ' I X 'lla' Girls' Sports . Physieal fitness is a Mmustw in todayas world. Exer- cise through games and calisthenics provides grace, health, and poise, as well as the added enjoyment of relaxation with friends. Through the Anderson sports' program, girls also learn the art of coopera- tion and develop a spirit of sportsmanship which will mark their conduct not only in school hut also in out ofschool activities. Blues vs. Whites: Ventura, Greer go for two points while Fouch and Stevens attempt block. Yblbf Looks like CAA -luniors take more time to rest than to play field hockey. illzdffle' Safer version of Miss Ruggieris favorite sport. l7,UflfINIf Sophomores vs. Seniors - guess who won? and GAA 3 Girls' Swim Team members time at meets. Raw One: Crayeraft, Cor. Sec., Daughetce, Rec. Sec., VanNess, Presg S. Smith, V,-Pres.g Frerkirig. Treas. Row Two: Clements, Baysinger, Monsey. Vngely, Kindle, Thomas, Row Three: Richardson, Bevington, Hurst, Seiclen- topf, Borman, Cooley, Doeneh, Obermeyer. Row Four: Fisher, Reagh Pam thinks marching dandy pastime. Pierce.Holle,Collopy.Char1cller.Fenstermticher.Row1"z'z'e. Iohnson, Blyers, Behrmzmn, Wilson, Xloore. Steele. XlcYVilliams. How Six: Kalclmo, Rzimey, T. Smith, Bagley. l 121 Aint X,-N Z HUM 'T Fromm. Frerking. Woodruff, Rollins. Foster and The Patient: 'lHere's to your healthl " Ro:."Orzu.'WN'ootlrt1lli.Sct'.:Uvells.lflflllfrerking,Pres.gR0llins.Pgm. Chmn.: Fromm. YP: lfoster. Treus, Qnot picturcdj. Rozy" Tz1'o.' Johnson, Lat- ham, Paddork. Keifel, Zingq. Wilson. Rott' Y'lzrct'.' LaFontaine. W'ymer, Rainey. L'nx'erzagt, Hylton. Haeger. F 122 Health Careers In Health Careers Club professionally minded stu- dents gain valuable information concerning medi- cine and nursing and the many related occupations. They often have opportunities to observe those who practice in their particular Field of interest and are enabled to gain much useful experience. arsity Club Of the athletes, for the athletes, by the athletes -the Varsity cheers in victory and encourages in defeat. It inspires both team and individual athletic effort and honors all boys who have represented Anderson in an outstanding manner in the field ofsports, thereby earning a Varsity letter. Headed this year by Steve Maslowski, the club has again helped Fight basketball season confusion by means of the coat check. Nlaz shows oHiYarsity Club muscles and weights Rua' Uma' Spilzniillcr. Pottschmidt. Sec.: Brim. YPQ Xlaslowski. Presz Outh. lYahlke. Ramundo. Kleinfeldt. Razr' Nzrrcx lforg. llenexct C H ll ll Pie ce Xlui hy. Ludlow. F. Pottschmidt. Hathorn. Behrmann. Xlarz, Treasg Wloll. Kuhnen. Roar' Y'U,'o.' 'aruso. a . 'usaro. r' . . 'p I , X Future Teachers Teach mel Thejoys and problems to be experienced in the field of education may be met First hand by members of the Future Teachers of America. Op- portunities for assisting in both secondary and ele- mentary schools increase wisdom and understand- ing in dealing with children and enable students to understand themselves and their own potential in their chosen Field. Row Umm' Johnson. Treasg Titus, Presg fXlcCTolluin, V.-Pres., W'oolrich. Scc. ffm." 'l'z."o,' lfminich. Campbell. Shaklcy. Sicrlcntoplf Rim' Hirtfcr Coop- cr. Ricliartlson, Trotitmaii. Gatian. Yan Ness, Hinton, Kirchen, Croppcr, Kaufmann, Ron' l"oi1r.' Burck, Lion. Shell. Davis, lfishcr. Obcrmeyer. Bauer. Woolrich, Titus seem to enjoy new project. Rcad. Hzttborn, Holle. ,elif-" Fzzifr Galloway, Fronkulones, Nliltz, Clrgtycralit Kern. Lcster, Hicks. Koller. Rnzf' Sir: Drake. Nlillcr. Rarncy. Y. florbly Myers. W'ootli'tilli. NN'ilson..I. Corbly. La Fontaine. Goodrich. i Students Aid Efficient Uperation of School Summoning absentees, filing excuses and vocational material, pasting pockets, typing cards and letters, running errands, taking library attendance, shelving books, answering phones - these are a AI'YE.YDA.YCE AIDS: Row One: Hanson. Bray, Nloore. H0211 Two: Hart, Tostevin. Fronk, Doerr, Burger, Connelly. L. Latham and A. Otten: Librarians ofthe Year l l few ofthe duties undertaken by the various school aids. Seeking neither recognition nor Financial re- ward, these students give outstanding assistance in the administrative offices and in the library. OI"I'ICIf AIDS: Xladay. Sheatzley. Pfitzenmaier, Fitzpatrick. lfebel. LIBRARY AIDS: Row One: Berry, Hylton, lfebel, Mclntyre, Thomas, Latham, VVilsori. Row Two: Noble, Ventura, Kleinfeldt, Doerrg Otten, Hiller tnot picturedj AFSers discuss membership clrive. meriean Field Service Higliff Andy Lind Jorge rlispliiy typiral AFS lriemlship. Rm" One: Kirchen. King, Koppmziri. Titus, Bliltz, Trrzisg Herring. Puszick Pres.g Tischluciri. Sectg Capgirros. Yogrly. V. Presg G. Shakley. Rum' Ybfio' Lewis, Foster, lfromm, Lainliairt, Rirhey, A. Behrmann, Yerino, Myers, Funke, Gatian, Pfitzenmaier, Lavery, Collopy, Kirby. Row Three: W'ood- ward, Loescher, Drake, M. Behrmann, Chesier, Whiiesides, Follins, Miller Rieke, Williams, Kaps, Bodmerxlones, T. Shakley. R.O. . Romans of The Modern Era The old saying, HVeni, Vidi, Vicifl might well ap- ply to members of the Latin Club as well as to Klu- lius Caesar. VVhile conquering the intricacies of this classic language, they enjoyed frequent gatherings for songs and games, and collected money for their yearly scholarship. Displays in various show cases of the school attested to their ingenuity in demon- strating their interest in their foster language, Members, moreover, will long remember that night which compensated for all their hours of arduous study. For them the so-called udead languagej' be- came alive as they dressed in the latest styles of twenty centuries ago, adorned their hair with wreathes of flowers, and proceeded by modern con- veyance to the annual club banquet. There they re- clined at table, sampled the sumptuous foods which customarily appeared on a true Roman menu, and enjoyed the antics of their slaves and entertainers. Rott' Um: Bopp. Hamm, W'ymcr. Meyer, Run' Tzfvr' Heller. lfronk, Tos- Iwzn R ssell Xl nl nglx 1 1 1l'ont unc oociu ison tevin, Steele. Bevington. Cooley. Latimer. Roz." Y7zru'.' Stearns. .Xclviserg WWI- s Spencer lx 1 I o xen e xex c c tin liams, Bellamy, Hayes. Hoover. DeSalvo, Walters. Olmstcacl. Martin. Rom' man Drike C min li Six Broun Nliller Tonnies llctlvcr Der Deutsche Verein Did you see those kids go by in those funny-looking costumes? Chances were that they were members of the German Club. On April 20 peasant frocks and Alpine Lederhosen invaded classrooms from soph- omore history to Mrs. Harris, Humanities lectures. Other German Club activities were the arranging of a display case near the counselors' offices and carol- ing in the community during the Christmas season. Roz." Unix' Clements. Hathorn. BICDaniels. Presg Boeshcrz. 'l't'czts.: Her- mann. YP.. Hensliaw. Ser.: Yogely. Brock. Row Y'z."o.' Hughes. Holler. Stoepel. ll. Hughes. Kirchen. Randall. Emmert. lYettstein. Nlucller. lloench. Rift." Hzreu: Rossow. Benza. Whisner. Kern. Norton. Young, Lew- iggqggwz, :sa 5, . if i vfws.vs-Q A ,3,, was-.if 35 The Herr oversees German Club activities. is. Xladay. johnson. BIC.-Xllister. Zingg. Roz." l"oztr.' Lammers. Scbald. Riley Nlorra. Xlatthews. Strief. Constantine. Williams. Nliltz. Slvliee. l?r1L"I"zz'if.l lidwards. Chilton. Buder. Hayes. Wolf, Hahn. Wioolrich. Scherm. Justice Proske. 128 l Key Club Key Club. an alliliate of Kiwanis International. seeks to serve both the school and the ronintunity. 'l'he members have parked cars. served at the an- nual Kiwanis dinner. mended toys. distributed Christmas baskets. and raised money to be used in various worthwhile projects, Nlass conl'usion.' l"usaro. Keating. Kuhnen. RlllQlt'I'l'l1llil rlt-rifle. Redskins dill. but Kei' Club didnit. Rot"U11t'JStau1iaI'o.504.3 Ringler. Y.P.g liiddlr. l,l'C'S.1 Sullixan. lrras. Rot Y'r."o.' Xlulanry. l,ot'liridge. Cox. laylor. liorliliorsl. Xluss. Xlaslowslii lirini, Reed. Ricketts. lfusaro. Caruso. liopp. Kuhl. Swan. l,it'l't'v. Dunn lostex in. Randall, Noi." Ytfl7'L'U.' Caruso. Wiolli. liarnes. lirork, Ciuth Kleinlk'ldl. lliglilulohnson.lJierks.llursl.Clark.'l'e1'lrsrl4i. Ludwig. llalter irk. Butler. Claparros. Jansen. Hopper. Razr' lfozuz' Nlarz. Rothwell. He ,,.f---.. ,.,,b4nown-avwfv neveld. Nlurpliy, lillis. Stuart. Kesslnger. .X. Sullixan. llollahon. llwyei Curry. Nilsen. cil'USSllL'lIll. llathorn. Board. Schilling. ll llall. lioru. Wig geringloh. Kuhnen. Nor" 1"II't2' 5li'.XI'lllLlI'. XY. ljUllSl'lllllllll, xl1ll'lil'lllllllIl D Rainier. XVLIFIICY. Sc'lii11glt'clt't'lw1'. Weis. llecker. Xlinis. llavis, lf, lollscl niidt. Hourhen. l Clziwain Scoop the news and print the facts! The staff ofthe Chzlejifczin records bimonthly the antics of the ln- dians round about Anderson. Their material covers the many interests of the school community from scholarship, music, and drama to wrestling, swim- ming, and special events. The Chztfjlain has the special distinction of being both written and printed by students. Miss Ilinchman owisees liditor-in-Chiefhlohnson's varitypiiiq. Presses roll onl lfhz'rjfZaz'rz arrives once more. ll,l.X'.lfil:'lf.S', Holder. Baysinger. Rollins. lifllflf lflJ1TOR.S'.' Riley. XYiggeringloli. Haeqer Clurran. Keifer and Rollins caught in act. Bockhorsth Keifer, 130 Roz" Ozzy: 'lf ulohnson, S. johnson, Richardson. Hamm, Gerwe. 'lf Shakley. Yogely. CS. Shakley. Claudia Campbell. Laycock. Roz." Y'z.fw: Kcilcr. Riley. Lucas. Bziysinger. Bodmer. Reagh. Gramm. Timmons. Roz." Y'lm'w.' Kirby jill N11 Ogetroll G I1h1IrrnatinnalF,unnmrpShrir1g hrEi,gh Srhnnl Elmimaliata' Iournalists of excellence are honored with member- ship in Quill and Scroll, national student journal- ism society. Their election is celebrated with a ban- quet each spring. Present members include Gayle Shakley and George Bodmer. This year's initiates are Karen Miltz, Barbara Pusack, and Jacque Neligan fAnder.i'onz'anj,' John Cuddeback, Willizim Dog- gette, Mary Lou Bolce, Patty McCollum, .jan Hodge fiSyJ6CfI'Ll77Zj,' Patricia Keifer, Michael Lay- cock, Sandra Haeger, Diana Herald, Patricia Riley Kjhiejlczinj. Bockhorst. Herald. Rollins. Xlcflollum. Curran. Holder. Hoff- l'?mr.' Cihcs- ter. Haeger. Craig Clamphcll. Hahn. lloggette. Wiggeriiigloli. Hylton. Yallc. Kzips. Zinga. Schmitt enjoy "What lim. l'llllil'T I 1193 Stage Crafters Amid noise and confusion, the blare of transistors and the wail ol' vocal accompani- ment, the Stage Crafters bring order out of choas and artistic etlqects from lumber, cloth, and paint. wilth ham- mer, brush, and rope they produce the magnificent sets for Andersonls great dramat- ic events. ll lllltll Il X14 l1oltz set light cues 11111111 C UIKOI 1n lnuilcl NV2iSllI'00Ill. lxcn Scott paints set on which hc will later perform Projection Club Safety Council '44 Bruce and Ron insure Nlr. Adams' safe parking. 5953 mme Roz" Una' .-Xrlviser Parks. lfairrhilrl. Rivhey. Doench. Kneicll. B. Wolf. Car- row.Rr1z1' 7.1-"III.XlIl"lIlUS.liL1lll. Hudson. Reeves.NlCis1c'1'.lfwzf' Tl11'w: Xlark Clements projects his beaming personality. Curlclelnavk. fialian. Naehbauer. Nlarlin. Clements. Roz." I'-IIIHI' Clookg Flake. Reppert. l'l!l2lI'lI Thomas. Roz." l'1aw.' Brunn. lXCFlllII!'. Watson. Brown. Wolfe. 1Cw:.".S'1.x.' Campbell. Maynard. NlC'.'XI'll'1L1I'. Colton. lYvis. Roy' Umm' Halllelcl, Nliller. Reed, Kuper, Kessinger. Hopper. Rua' Y'zm.' Bloss. Tostcvin, Baysinger, lfrerking, 'l'reas.g Mrflollurn. V.-l'res.g Cox, Schmitt. Kuhncn, Pres. Row Throw: Reagh, Thomas. Campbell. Wolfe, Stoc- pel, Holle. 5 'Q -4 Q 4 ls French Club and Y-Teens: Sadie Hawkins Day. .FRI tum. l,I't'S.1 Shakley. SCC.. llc'rr'ing. V. Pres. Row' Yiwu: Hughes, lim-lon. Stk. liormgm. Sicdentopl. cl1lIIlIJlli'll, Ciornuellr. lfffzf' vfylffftl' Rlulllln-r'Qx'I'. llmmruns. lfuuke. Hurst. lfrrslvr. Rczlgh. Lucas. Ruff' l"f11n'.' Kaps. Krmrcmzm. :'.Yf,'ll f,'l.l H. Razr' Um: IS. Puszlck, Pqm. Clhmnq Beers, Treus.: Kin- Clllzlpvmncs, Porter, lNflilrl1cll,W'ils0r1, wish f!I1'j'K'ULllfl get in on the lun H I .I , , , l , V N f W- ' . V l L. l'us11n'k. llslmer. Behrmzlml. Rlvc. C-llchrlsl. Rm" l'1:'fx' l,cwesr'he1'. YN lute- Mm cmumfl Bmu -lmnnels ll-'PW mo' 5151 es. lJI'Lll'il'. XYm1cl1'ull. Baqlny. xlllI'IDlU'. Riley. CIapg1r'ms.XYilson.Acixisc1'. xVllZlIlS RanCly's SIZIIC ol Hindi' Y-Teens, afhliated with the Young Womenis Chris- tian Association, is designed to promote brother- hood and fellowship among high school girls. The major load of Y-Teens' projects is born by the various squads into which the girls are divided. Each month every squad is expected to complete one service and one money-making project. Y-Teens annually sponsors the Easter assembly and, for the second year, has combined with French Club to promote the Sadie Hawkins Day Dance. The high light of this gala occasion is the crowning of the Beau, chosen from the senior representatives of the various organizations. Top. Row One: Codby, Drake, VanNess, Daughetee, Johnson, Sec., Pal- misano, Plitzenmaier, Pres., Koppman, Vogely. Sheatzley, VP., W'oolrich, Treas., Haeger, Campbell. Row Two: Cradolf, Eldredge, Collopy, Haller. Rishel, Hanni, Hart, Zinga, W'ettstein, Monsey, Hanson, Obermeyer, Shak- ley, Harvey, Siedentopf, Hensley. Row Three: Betz, Stambaugh, Simmelink, Beer, McAllister, W'oll'. Richey, Gramm, Lavery, Bates, Davis, Kaps, Tim- mons, Funke, N. Williams, Richardson, Aieholtz. Row Four: Wfymer, Gre- gory, Vetterhofier. Nloss, Xlurphy, G. Johnson, Kirby, R. W'illiams, Wolfer, P. Williams, Lockard, Hodge, Vanderbilt, Walters, Rice, Spencer. Row FZiL'l?,' Shore, Ramey, Smith, Zingg, Goodrich, Adams, Riley, Hylton, F. Emery, Beers, S. Emery, Wlallace, Bellamy, Wfoodruli, Schoettle, NlcBee, Read, Nienaber and Fusaro: LLCome on, now you canit be lim! hungry!" Kaldmo, W'right, Hayes, Hicks, Lester. Everhart, Row Tivo: Noell,J.,jones, Kirchen, Cornuelle, Fisher, Guynn, Cooley, Keck, Borman. Bevington, Nlyers, Fenstermacher, Troutman, Boyd. Alexander, Nladay. Row Tlzrcc: Lewis, Frerking, B. Nlartin, A. Jones, Neligan, Gregory, Schleicher, Blat- thews, Henshaw, W'illiams, S. Johnson, Holle, Crosby, Linda Nunn, Leslie Nunn, Gibson. Row Four: Craycraft, Stoepel, N. Nlartin, Lehman, Arm- strong, Nlarsh, Gerwe, Hamm, C. Nlartin, Tischbein, Nliltz, Thomas, Nic- Collum, Myers. Row I'iZiZf!:'f Wilkins, Reagh, Hurst, Pierce, Lucas, Reese, C. W'hitesides, Bagby, Constiner, W'hisner, D. Whitesides, Behrmann, Rollins. Paddock, Brown, Schneider. Nluller. Cropper. Botlom. Row Una: Hons. Stacy, Yuhasz. Pusack, Fiscella. Advertising STUDENT COUNCIL BOCKSTORE ' i 2 1 U E Q Q i n i f I 1. 1 things gg better Wlth oke wwf urwqfg BOTTLED UNDER AUTHORITV OF THE COCA-COLA COMPANY BY The Coca-Cola Bottling Works Company Cincinnati, 0hio HEIMERDINGER 81 CO. Fresh Dressed Poultry Home Dressed Quality Meats Cinoy's Best Ground Beef 1216 Vine Street Cincinnati 10, 0hio Phone: 241-3008 Frozen Foods ANDERSON BOCJSTERS CLUB Good Luck Class of 67 Bruce Sching1edecker,Pres,, Nancy ArmsIror1g,Sec.3 Barry Marz, VP.: Barbara Hemshavv, Treas KING PIN LANES "You have a Friend at Central Trust" ANDERSON TOWNSHIP OFFICE Milon J. Mitter Asst. 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